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July 22, 198t-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 FULLER COUPON CLIPPER &apos;Buy one, get one free' rang on at about 10 June. This is announced my at the super- I have a little a big sign cake mixes that free.' I cashier the two boxes and a 20- but she use the coupon. have indicated on the shelf at the supermarket, in news- for a moment sign that it wouldn't accept paper and magazine time recently coupons on this sale item. advertisements and from friend tried to "But remember that trading with friends. Mean- "buy one, get one stores honor coupons as a while, start collecting the and a 25-cents- service to their customers, needed proofs of purchase as ton the purchase They are free to make the detailed below. Remember, ;of frosting, rules. If they don't want to some offers are not avail- use the cash- honor the cake-mix coupon, able in all areas of the coun- because she was they don't have to." try. the free-item When I saw Wendy yester- These offers are worth can that she day, I asked her how she did $I0. Only one with the cake mix and her Meat, Poultry, coupon can coupon. Seafood, Other purchase. "Oh, I did fine," she said. Main Dishes (File 6) problem was "When the store manager wasn't trying came over, I said, 'What do -- Armour Beef Stew on a sin- you mean by not taking my Refund Offer. Receive a $1 coupon?' -- and he told the refund. Send the required one, get one cashier to take it." refund form and three corn- was being made Here are two refund plete labels from Armour and the forms you can write for: Beef Stew. Expires Dec. 31, was a Sun-Land Marketing Inc., 1981. by the 3000 Sand Hill Road, Menlo -- Chicken of the Sea Those two Park, Calif. 94025. This is a Tuna Refund. Receive a $I not normally $I refund offer on Sun Maid refund. Send the required "Nature Snacks. Send for the refund form, three labels this to Wendy form by Oct. 1, 1981. from 8.5-ounco Chicken of her this addi- Pick Daisy Offer, P.O. the Sea Tuna and the regis- Box 1441. Maple Plain, ter tape with the price store manager Minn. 55348. This is a $I circled. Expires Dec. 31, should be any refund offer from Gillette. 1981. accepting the Send for the form by Aug. -- Fisher Boy Refund the manufac- 31, 1981. Offer. Receive a $1 refund. reimburse the Here is this week's list of Send the required refund 20 cents plus a refund offers. Start looking form and the end flap listing fee. Also for the required refund ingredients from 64-ounce store should forms, which you can obtain Fisher Boy Fish Sticks or 36- ounce Fisher Boy Batter Fillets. Expires June 30, 1982. -- Kraft-Underwood Refund Offer. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form, two complete Underwood Meat Spread wrappers, two back labels with Universal Product Code symbols from 6-ounce Kraft Sandwich Spread or one back label trom 1g- ounce Kraft Sandwich Spread and the brand name cut from one bread label. Expires Sept. 30, 1981. -- Libby's. Receive a refund of 80 cents or $2. For 60 cents, send the required refund form and two labels from any Libby's canned meat products. For $2, send the form and six labels. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. -- On-Cor. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and the ingred- ient panels cut from two 2- pound cartons of On-Cor Deluxe Entrees. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. -- Ronzoni. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and three Uni- versal Product Cede sym- bols from any Ronzoni Fro- zen Entrees. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. Bonus! This offer doesn't require a form: -- Plumrose, P.O. BOx R- 7892, E1 Paso, Texas 79975. Receive $1 to $2 in coupons. For two 50-cent coupons, send three empty packages of Plumrose Ham. For three 50-cent coupons, send,4our empty packages. For four 50-cent coupons, send five empty packages. Expires March 1, 1982. Copyright, 1981, United Feature Syndicate, Inc. ants will make two !, pieces of pottery 11 be glazed and fired. is open to children as adults, and the !i15. Loeffler will offer in building pinhole using commonly nmterials on three Thursday beginning Aug. 6 P.m. at the United of Chelsea. Par- Will use the cameras of stationary and will process the aake contact prints. must be at least old unless they are by an adult. The materials. Chelsea Public register for these size is limited. are partially a Title IV-C grant by the Vermont acation. DAUGHTER Mark Barrett are the parents of Christine Lynn, Hitchcock July9. offered -Stephanie !Will teach a class in )f handhuilding by JOANNA GILBRIDE on four Tuesday 28, Aug. 11, 18, 7-9 p.m. at the PEACHAM--Quite small but Across the river in Piermont, really delightful is a good way N.H. you'll find the HaUocks' to describe this village and shop on Rte. 10 (Old Dart- last Saturday's flea marketin mouth Highway). Further :: a centrally located Peacham north on this road you'll find field. Sue Bruckner's 1812 House in A good selection of antiques the picturesque village of and collectibles were at-Haverhill. In N. Haverhill  tractively displayed and there's Marjorie Barry's Attic ........ : priced by about 30 dealers. We Treasures. Continue up to noted two leather covered Woodsville, tour Red Mill document boxes with stud antiques and cross back into trim for $35 and $40, several Vermont and stop at Harley wick trimmers-candle Kaiser's Village Trader an- snuffers for $8-$15, a hand- tiques. some hanging late Empire Actually there are any Youth lLldi cabinet for $200, period brass number of options. You might baluster andirons for $200, tin want to continue to upper horns for $3-$6, a homespun Bath, N.H. and see Penny coverlet for $200 and early Nichols' shop and travel on to 20th century blouses and Karen's Antiques in Littleton, WELL NG tY HAMMER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE TF W T[ I ,tt[D FREE ESTIMATE OR WRITE Thomas Rathburn at Boston U. S. NEWBURY--Thomas Rathburn, son of Otis and Sylvia Rathburn of S. children's clothing for $6-$25. N.H. Newbury, is currently a Other interesting items Pack a few garage, shed, student at the Boston noted included c.18608 St. and barn sales into your University Theatre lnstitute. Johnsbury tin bubble pipes, a touring schedule and you have A junior at Oxbow High convertible lap desk, a at least one full day of an- School, he is a member of the kerosene peg lamp, a wicker tiquing, if not two, or more. Oxbow Drama Club and has stroller, a c. 1840-60 pine If you are planning to head participated in high school dressing table ($45), an eaHy south, there are shops in drama festivals and theatre Victorian swing leg parlor Thetford, Vt., and Lyme, workshops at Johnson State table ($200), miniature N.H., Ode Chapman's and the College. pressed glass candlesticks, railroad depot in Fairlee, Vt., Initiated in 1980, the Boston postcards, a bag of carpet the Colonial Plaza Flea University Theatre lnstitute is balls ($35), chocolate fish Market and Mac's shop in a six week program offering mold, primitive tin snuff box, Lebanon, N.H., and two new precollege, professional and a wide selection of forged antiques centers in Windsor training in the basic skills Cracker Barrel Bazaar scheduled next week NEWBURY--The 29th annual Cracker Barrel Bazaar will be held Wednesday through Friday, July 29-31, on the Newbury Village Common. The Cracker Barrel, begun in 1952, has become a major tourist attraction for the Connecticut River Valley and many visitors return frequently to share the day with family or friends. The annual event, organized and presided over by volun- teer townspeople, offers three days of exhibits, demon- strations and performances, concluding with the annual Old Time Fiddlers' Contest which starts at 8 p.m. Friday on the Village Common. Shows and sales will be held each day on the common and in adjacent buildings. The booths and exhibits will display and sell antiques, crafts, art and food from local kitchens. Vermont artisans and craftsmen will display their products, and some will even set up shop and demonstrate the creation of their finished products. The Cracker Barrel Antique Show will be a two-day event in the village hall on Wed- nesday and Thursday; opening at 10 a.m. The Antique Show, managed by Marjorie Barry, will display the wares of over a score of selected dealers. The Cracker Barrel is of_ fering an opportunity to discover whether those priceless heirlooms handed down from great Aunt Ida, or hiding in shed or attic, are really worth something. On Friday morning, beginning at 10:00 a.m., auctioneer Archie Steenburg of Haverhill will provide verbal appraisals of antique items. A fee of $2 per item, or $5 for three, will benefit the Cracker Barrel. At 1 p.m. on Friday there will be an antique auction conducted by Archie Steen- lau:g. The art exhibition will be downstairs in the Village Hall, directly below the antique show. A collection of pain- tings, drawings and photographs by New England artists will be shown. Most works will be for sale. The exhibition is free and open from 10:30 a.m. daily. Opening the musical events PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM--This is Sam Moffat, who will perform at Cracker Barrel Bazaar. is the Fyre and Lightning Consort who will perform a program of renaissance Spanish music and songs of the Sephardic Jews. The music will be sung and played on Fyre and Lightning's large collection of historical in- struments. The concert will begin at 8 p.m., July 29 at the Congregational Church. Special entertainment for this year's Bazaar includes Mary Ann Samuels, singer of folk music for children, on Wednesday afternoon and a performance of the North Country Chorus at 8 p.m. Thursday and the Old Time Fiddlers' Contest on Friday. Beginning at 6 p.m. Wed- nesday, the St. Johusbury Jazz Band will perform on the Common until 8 p.m. A puppet show, "The Enchanted Cloak" by the Wildwood Marionette Theater, will be held in the First Congregational Church at 2 p.m., Thursday. The Moose Mountain Morris Dancers will perform at 3 p.m. on Thursday on the Common. Thursday from 5:30 - 8 p.m., will find Vermont's out- standing German Band on the Village Common, Cook's Musical Krauts. Friday at 2 p.m. will bring the Two Penny Theater with a New England Clown Chowder -- a hot stew of deliciously exciting circus acts -- feats of magic and acrobatics -- clowns getting in and out of trouble. Grants from the Vermont Council of the Arts, the Rivers Reach Council of the Arts, the Bradford National Bank and the Wells River Savings help make special entertainment programs possible. Church suppers will be held each evening in the First Congregational Church Vestry. Sittings will be at 4:45 p.m., 5:45 p.m. and 7 p.m. Call 802-866-5637 for reservations. A roast beef dinner will be served Wednesday, chicken pie supper Thursday; and a buffet featuring ham, assorted salads, baked beans, brown bread and pies on Friday night. In addition to the church suppers, homemade fond will he on sale on the Common on Friday by the Ladies of West Newbury, and on Wednesday and Thursday by the Cottage Hospital Auxiliary. A snack bar operated by the Pulaski Homemakers will be on the Common daily offering grilled hamburgers, frankfurters, french fries, homemade doughnuts, cookies and brownies. A variety of hot and cold drink will also be available. The Newbury Historical Society will have an exhibit in the schoolhouse, on the west side of the village common. The Society will occupy the first room on the right. The theme, "Time Was", an exhibit of Vermont clothing and household gadgets spanning more than a century of Vermont memorabilia on loan from the University of Vermont. Across the hall from the i historical exhibit will be the Tenney Memorial Library book sale, open each day at 10:00 a.m. D.A.R. meets NEWBURY'--The regular meeting of the Oxbow Chapter D.A.R. took place at their Chapter House July 11. Madam Regent Ruth Webster conducted the regular meeting. Newbury's own Hope R. Kjellerup, authoress, reviewed her most recent highly successful book, "Molly, the Mule," to an extremely appreciative audience. Mrs. Kjellerup's review of her book takes one back to the magical world of children and so tantalizing   /mr- autosra of "Molly, the Mule." Following the presentation, an informal social hour, in- cluding refreshments, was enjoyed by all. Masons hold fandly picnic BRADFORD--A family picnic was enjoyed by Charity No. 43 Lodge F. & A.M. Sunday. This annual event was held at Ken Fuller's and Dick Sweuson's camps at Round Pond, W. Newbury. All brought picnic FUNNY--EnJoying performance of "You're a lunches. VERY Good Man, Charlie Brown" at Bonnie Oaks are, from Mrs. Swenson furnished left, Suzanne Tomlinson, James Culligan, Layla some special treats, enjoyed by all. Tonic and watermelons Perry. were supplied by the lodge. Horse-shoe pitching was Charlie Brown plays at Fairlee enjoyed, with some close matches. Many also enjoyed FAIRLEE--"You're a Good Elizabeth Soychak as Lucy the excellent swimming Man, Charlie Brown" is and Andrew Livernois as facilities. presented every Tuesday at ChorlieBrown. 8:30 p.m. in the Bonnie Oaks Barn Theater by Summer iron hooks, hinges, and tools, and Hartland, Vt. required by the craft of acting. The flea market benefitted There are so many shops Classes are offered in acting, the North Country Chorus. along the way it's difficult to mention them all. We have vmce and movement as well For those of you touring the visited the ones mentioned in as in such specialized areas as mime, stage combat, im- area, you have arrived at the this column and found them to provisation and circus right time! All up and down have a good selection of techniques. The program is the Connecticut River Valley country furniture and ac- . unique in that it is staffed by there are a number of flea cessoriesandcoilectibles, too. many well known theater markets, antique shows and For additional Vermont and sales and a full schedule of New Hampshire antiques shop professionals from the Boston and New York areas and by auctions planned for the latter listings consult "Antiquing in outstanding teachers from part of July. You'll want to Vermont," a directory both college and secondary visit the Newbury, Vt. 29th prepared by the Vermont levels. Annual Cracker. Barrel Antiques Dealers' Ninety,eight students from Bazaar and drop in to the Association, Inc. and twenty states and England, ilAMSUPPER antique showthereJuly29-30, available at a number of Austria and Canada are WAITS RIVER--A ham and You can have your antiques Vermont antiques shops, or enrolled in this intensive bean supper will be held at the appraised July 31 from 10-12 the Directory of Now Ham- program, which meets seven Wails River Fellowship ttall Store by area auctioneer Archie pshire Antique Dealers hours a day, five days a week July 25 with settings at 5-6-7 'IMes..Thurs. E Steenburgh ($2 for one item, prepared by .the New Ham- from July 29 until August 7. All p.m., adults $3.50, children 12 $5 for three). At 1 p.m. pshire Antique Dealer's 10-5:30 classes are held at the Boston and under $1.50, pre-schoolers Steenburgh will gavel an Association. Fri, 10-8 auction into action. University Charles River free. Theatre Arts for Youth, Inc., and Bonnie Oaks Resort. It is the opening production of the theater group, which is a non-profit independent organization. Director is Robert Stevenson, who earned his Bachelor of Music and Master of Art degrees at the .University of New Hampshire. Stevenson's cast of six present a lively two-hour performance. They include Largest selection of calicos in Upper Quilting Valley Butterick ' Supplies patterns including hoops New Peter Placema{ Pan fabrics Kits are in USED FURNITURE AT HALE'S Brown 2 cushion sofa .............. : #... $100.00 Colonial winged highback Loveseat . .". , $150.00 Green winged back chair ................. $40.00 Full size hide-a-bed (rough) ............... $20.00 Swivel patchwork rocker ................. $45.00 Twin size mattress ....................... $25.00 2 pc. green livingroom set ................ $170.00 Rust colored nylon velvet chair ........... $85.00 HALE FURNITURE & CARPET Bradford, Vermont SAX SALE NO W IN PROGRESS DRESSES & GOWNS *39 - '49 DOWNTOWN MALL, LACONIA - ROUTE 25. WENYtK)RTH Mort lht*u Sat 9 30 5 30 7 Bays a Week 10:0G6:00 Thu's & Frl. lilt 9 O0 o I Mm The Evangelical Free Church believes: "That the shed blood of Jesus Christ and His resurrection provide the only ground for justification and salvation for all who believe, and, only such as receive Jesus Christ are born of the Holy Spirit, and thus become children of God." H a dDsj?OI q; birth at; Bmdfo fvangelil Free Clmr ,l o,',,hi I) ,er it'e I 1:00 HOt TE 5 Sunday School 9:45 I.()'V El{ PI,AIN Bill V,ick, M. Div.. Pastor IX,)'2,"""" /r ...-1. I i i ii I II . IL Summer Clearance MOST ALL SUMMER MDSE. OFF OR MORE, AS TAGGED Ako---- SIDEWALK SALE Check the newspaper and Campus inBoston. Sat. 10-5 Woodsville, N. H, St. Johnsbury, Vt.. Well Co local bulletm boards for other B $ IC, ill I . ". , ATHTuBRACE V/ THE TAYLOII-PALM|II A , 1 ,, ( auctmn not!CTshAndtood.ont BRADFORD--A bathtub race [( ____ /4 II I III I I I I . ' O ,,, torget to see me ps,, will be held on Bradfords I,) t--.. 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I cashier the two boxes and a 20- but she use the coupon. have indicated on the shelf at the supermarket, in news- for a moment sign that it wouldn't accept paper and magazine time recently coupons on this sale item. advertisements and from friend tried to "But remember that trading with friends. Mean- "buy one, get one stores honor coupons as a while, start collecting the and a 25-cents- service to their customers, needed proofs of purchase as ton the purchase They are free to make the detailed below. Remember, ;of frosting, rules. If they don't want to some offers are not avail- use the cash- honor the cake-mix coupon, able in all areas of the coun- because she was they don't have to." try. the free-item When I saw Wendy yester- These offers are worth can that she day, I asked her how she did $I0. Only one with the cake mix and her Meat, Poultry, coupon can coupon. Seafood, Other purchase. "Oh, I did fine," she said. Main Dishes (File 6) problem was "When the store manager wasn't trying came over, I said, 'What do -- Armour Beef Stew on a sin- you mean by not taking my Refund Offer. Receive a $1 coupon?' -- and he told the refund. Send the required one, get one cashier to take it." refund form and three corn- was being made Here are two refund plete labels from Armour and the forms you can write for: Beef Stew. Expires Dec. 31, was a Sun-Land Marketing Inc., 1981. by the 3000 Sand Hill Road, Menlo -- Chicken of the Sea Those two Park, Calif. 94025. This is a Tuna Refund. Receive a $I not normally $I refund offer on Sun Maid refund. Send the required "Nature Snacks. Send for the refund form, three labels this to Wendy form by Oct. 1, 1981. from 8.5-ounco Chicken of her this addi- Pick Daisy Offer, P.O. the Sea Tuna and the regis- Box 1441. Maple Plain, ter tape with the price store manager Minn. 55348. This is a $I circled. Expires Dec. 31, should be any refund offer from Gillette. 1981. accepting the Send for the form by Aug. -- Fisher Boy Refund the manufac- 31, 1981. Offer. Receive a $1 refund. reimburse the Here is this week's list of Send the required refund 20 cents plus a refund offers. Start looking form and the end flap listing fee. Also for the required refund ingredients from 64-ounce store should forms, which you can obtain Fisher Boy Fish Sticks or 36- ounce Fisher Boy Batter Fillets. Expires June 30, 1982. -- Kraft-Underwood Refund Offer. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form, two complete Underwood Meat Spread wrappers, two back labels with Universal Product Code symbols from 6-ounce Kraft Sandwich Spread or one back label trom 1g- ounce Kraft Sandwich Spread and the brand name cut from one bread label. Expires Sept. 30, 1981. -- Libby's. Receive a refund of 80 cents or $2. For 60 cents, send the required refund form and two labels from any Libby's canned meat products. For $2, send the form and six labels. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. -- On-Cor. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and the ingred- ient panels cut from two 2- pound cartons of On-Cor Deluxe Entrees. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. -- Ronzoni. Receive a $1 refund. Send the required refund form and three Uni- versal Product Cede sym- bols from any Ronzoni Fro- zen Entrees. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. Bonus! This offer doesn't require a form: -- Plumrose, P.O. BOx R- 7892, E1 Paso, Texas 79975. Receive $1 to $2 in coupons. For two 50-cent coupons, send three empty packages of Plumrose Ham. For three 50-cent coupons, send,4our empty packages. For four 50-cent coupons, send five empty packages. Expires March 1, 1982. Copyright, 1981, United Feature Syndicate, Inc. ants will make two !, pieces of pottery 11 be glazed and fired. is open to children as adults, and the !i15. Loeffler will offer in building pinhole using commonly nmterials on three Thursday beginning Aug. 6 P.m. at the United of Chelsea. Par- Will use the cameras of stationary and will process the aake contact prints. must be at least old unless they are by an adult. The materials. Chelsea Public register for these size is limited. are partially a Title IV-C grant by the Vermont acation. DAUGHTER Mark Barrett are the parents of Christine Lynn, Hitchcock July9. offered -Stephanie !Will teach a class in )f handhuilding by JOANNA GILBRIDE on four Tuesday 28, Aug. 11, 18, 7-9 p.m. at the PEACHAM--Quite small but Across the river in Piermont, really delightful is a good way N.H. you'll find the HaUocks' to describe this village and shop on Rte. 10 (Old Dart- last Saturday's flea marketin mouth Highway). Further :: a centrally located Peacham north on this road you'll find field. Sue Bruckner's 1812 House in A good selection of antiques the picturesque village of and collectibles were at-Haverhill. In N. Haverhill  tractively displayed and there's Marjorie Barry's Attic ........ : priced by about 30 dealers. We Treasures. Continue up to noted two leather covered Woodsville, tour Red Mill document boxes with stud antiques and cross back into trim for $35 and $40, several Vermont and stop at Harley wick trimmers-candle Kaiser's Village Trader an- snuffers for $8-$15, a hand- tiques. some hanging late Empire Actually there are any Youth lLldi cabinet for $200, period brass number of options. You might baluster andirons for $200, tin want to continue to upper horns for $3-$6, a homespun Bath, N.H. and see Penny coverlet for $200 and early Nichols' shop and travel on to 20th century blouses and Karen's Antiques in Littleton, WELL NG tY HAMMER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE TF W T[ I ,tt[D FREE ESTIMATE OR WRITE Thomas Rathburn at Boston U. S. NEWBURY--Thomas Rathburn, son of Otis and Sylvia Rathburn of S. children's clothing for $6-$25. N.H. Newbury, is currently a Other interesting items Pack a few garage, shed, student at the Boston noted included c.18608 St. and barn sales into your University Theatre lnstitute. Johnsbury tin bubble pipes, a touring schedule and you have A junior at Oxbow High convertible lap desk, a at least one full day of an- School, he is a member of the kerosene peg lamp, a wicker tiquing, if not two, or more. Oxbow Drama Club and has stroller, a c. 1840-60 pine If you are planning to head participated in high school dressing table ($45), an eaHy south, there are shops in drama festivals and theatre Victorian swing leg parlor Thetford, Vt., and Lyme, workshops at Johnson State table ($200), miniature N.H., Ode Chapman's and the College. pressed glass candlesticks, railroad depot in Fairlee, Vt., Initiated in 1980, the Boston postcards, a bag of carpet the Colonial Plaza Flea University Theatre lnstitute is balls ($35), chocolate fish Market and Mac's shop in a six week program offering mold, primitive tin snuff box, Lebanon, N.H., and two new precollege, professional and a wide selection of forged antiques centers in Windsor training in the basic skills Cracker Barrel Bazaar scheduled next week NEWBURY--The 29th annual Cracker Barrel Bazaar will be held Wednesday through Friday, July 29-31, on the Newbury Village Common. The Cracker Barrel, begun in 1952, has become a major tourist attraction for the Connecticut River Valley and many visitors return frequently to share the day with family or friends. The annual event, organized and presided over by volun- teer townspeople, offers three days of exhibits, demon- strations and performances, concluding with the annual Old Time Fiddlers' Contest which starts at 8 p.m. Friday on the Village Common. Shows and sales will be held each day on the common and in adjacent buildings. The booths and exhibits will display and sell antiques, crafts, art and food from local kitchens. Vermont artisans and craftsmen will display their products, and some will even set up shop and demonstrate the creation of their finished products. The Cracker Barrel Antique Show will be a two-day event in the village hall on Wed- nesday and Thursday; opening at 10 a.m. The Antique Show, managed by Marjorie Barry, will display the wares of over a score of selected dealers. The Cracker Barrel is of_ fering an opportunity to discover whether those priceless heirlooms handed down from great Aunt Ida, or hiding in shed or attic, are really worth something. On Friday morning, beginning at 10:00 a.m., auctioneer Archie Steenburg of Haverhill will provide verbal appraisals of antique items. A fee of $2 per item, or $5 for three, will benefit the Cracker Barrel. At 1 p.m. on Friday there will be an antique auction conducted by Archie Steen- lau:g. The art exhibition will be downstairs in the Village Hall, directly below the antique show. A collection of pain- tings, drawings and photographs by New England artists will be shown. Most works will be for sale. The exhibition is free and open from 10:30 a.m. daily. Opening the musical events PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM--This is Sam Moffat, who will perform at Cracker Barrel Bazaar. is the Fyre and Lightning Consort who will perform a program of renaissance Spanish music and songs of the Sephardic Jews. The music will be sung and played on Fyre and Lightning's large collection of historical in- struments. The concert will begin at 8 p.m., July 29 at the Congregational Church. Special entertainment for this year's Bazaar includes Mary Ann Samuels, singer of folk music for children, on Wednesday afternoon and a performance of the North Country Chorus at 8 p.m. Thursday and the Old Time Fiddlers' Contest on Friday. Beginning at 6 p.m. Wed- nesday, the St. Johusbury Jazz Band will perform on the Common until 8 p.m. A puppet show, "The Enchanted Cloak" by the Wildwood Marionette Theater, will be held in the First Congregational Church at 2 p.m., Thursday. The Moose Mountain Morris Dancers will perform at 3 p.m. on Thursday on the Common. Thursday from 5:30 - 8 p.m., will find Vermont's out- standing German Band on the Village Common, Cook's Musical Krauts. Friday at 2 p.m. will bring the Two Penny Theater with a New England Clown Chowder -- a hot stew of deliciously exciting circus acts -- feats of magic and acrobatics -- clowns getting in and out of trouble. Grants from the Vermont Council of the Arts, the Rivers Reach Council of the Arts, the Bradford National Bank and the Wells River Savings help make special entertainment programs possible. Church suppers will be held each evening in the First Congregational Church Vestry. Sittings will be at 4:45 p.m., 5:45 p.m. and 7 p.m. Call 802-866-5637 for reservations. A roast beef dinner will be served Wednesday, chicken pie supper Thursday; and a buffet featuring ham, assorted salads, baked beans, brown bread and pies on Friday night. In addition to the church suppers, homemade fond will he on sale on the Common on Friday by the Ladies of West Newbury, and on Wednesday and Thursday by the Cottage Hospital Auxiliary. A snack bar operated by the Pulaski Homemakers will be on the Common daily offering grilled hamburgers, frankfurters, french fries, homemade doughnuts, cookies and brownies. A variety of hot and cold drink will also be available. The Newbury Historical Society will have an exhibit in the schoolhouse, on the west side of the village common. The Society will occupy the first room on the right. The theme, "Time Was", an exhibit of Vermont clothing and household gadgets spanning more than a century of Vermont memorabilia on loan from the University of Vermont. Across the hall from the i historical exhibit will be the Tenney Memorial Library book sale, open each day at 10:00 a.m. D.A.R. meets NEWBURY'--The regular meeting of the Oxbow Chapter D.A.R. took place at their Chapter House July 11. Madam Regent Ruth Webster conducted the regular meeting. Newbury's own Hope R. Kjellerup, authoress, reviewed her most recent highly successful book, "Molly, the Mule," to an extremely appreciative audience. Mrs. Kjellerup's review of her book takes one back to the magical world of children and so tantalizing   /mr- autosra of "Molly, the Mule." Following the presentation, an informal social hour, in- cluding refreshments, was enjoyed by all. Masons hold fandly picnic BRADFORD--A family picnic was enjoyed by Charity No. 43 Lodge F. & A.M. Sunday. This annual event was held at Ken Fuller's and Dick Sweuson's camps at Round Pond, W. Newbury. All brought picnic FUNNY--EnJoying performance of "You're a lunches. VERY Good Man, Charlie Brown" at Bonnie Oaks are, from Mrs. Swenson furnished left, Suzanne Tomlinson, James Culligan, Layla some special treats, enjoyed by all. Tonic and watermelons Perry. were supplied by the lodge. Horse-shoe pitching was Charlie Brown plays at Fairlee enjoyed, with some close matches. Many also enjoyed FAIRLEE--"You're a Good Elizabeth Soychak as Lucy the excellent swimming Man, Charlie Brown" is and Andrew Livernois as facilities. presented every Tuesday at ChorlieBrown. 8:30 p.m. in the Bonnie Oaks Barn Theater by Summer iron hooks, hinges, and tools, and Hartland, Vt. required by the craft of acting. The flea market benefitted There are so many shops Classes are offered in acting, the North Country Chorus. along the way it's difficult to mention them all. We have vmce and movement as well For those of you touring the visited the ones mentioned in as in such specialized areas as mime, stage combat, im- area, you have arrived at the this column and found them to provisation and circus right time! All up and down have a good selection of techniques. The program is the Connecticut River Valley country furniture and ac- . unique in that it is staffed by there are a number of flea cessoriesandcoilectibles, too. many well known theater markets, antique shows and For additional Vermont and sales and a full schedule of New Hampshire antiques shop professionals from the Boston and New York areas and by auctions planned for the latter listings consult "Antiquing in outstanding teachers from part of July. You'll want to Vermont," a directory both college and secondary visit the Newbury, Vt. 29th prepared by the Vermont levels. Annual Cracker. Barrel Antiques Dealers' Ninety,eight students from Bazaar and drop in to the Association, Inc. and twenty states and England, ilAMSUPPER antique showthereJuly29-30, available at a number of Austria and Canada are WAITS RIVER--A ham and You can have your antiques Vermont antiques shops, or enrolled in this intensive bean supper will be held at the appraised July 31 from 10-12 the Directory of Now Ham- program, which meets seven Wails River Fellowship ttall Store by area auctioneer Archie pshire Antique Dealers hours a day, five days a week July 25 with settings at 5-6-7 'IMes..Thurs. E Steenburgh ($2 for one item, prepared by .the New Ham- from July 29 until August 7. All p.m., adults $3.50, children 12 $5 for three). At 1 p.m. pshire Antique Dealer's 10-5:30 classes are held at the Boston and under $1.50, pre-schoolers Steenburgh will gavel an Association. Fri, 10-8 auction into action. University Charles River free. Theatre Arts for Youth, Inc., and Bonnie Oaks Resort. It is the opening production of the theater group, which is a non-profit independent organization. Director is Robert Stevenson, who earned his Bachelor of Music and Master of Art degrees at the .University of New Hampshire. Stevenson's cast of six present a lively two-hour performance. 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