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Page 2A-The Second Opinion-July 22, 1981 i The second Mad River Canoe rally Come to northern Vermont 25 lean-tos which hold up to six VISIT for a weekend of family fun! people each at Kettle Pond.  .... Two days of canoe events, Quaint old-fashioned water / i lectures, clinics and races, pumps and "primitive" toilet . / OUR FOLK ART ANNEX Try out the Mad River Canoe facilities are located nearby, r,.  . : i&apos;! BROWSE THROUGH OUR DISPLAY of your dreams. Be part of a There is also room to set up :+ + . OF MEXICAN POTTERY, twelve man paddling crew in tents and parking available i the 29 foot long "war" canoe, for motorized campers. For  + WEAVINGS AND BASKETS See sailing canoes in action, those who prefer more formal A IOI, il MIW, INONDIllqJL 'W(NUJ Learn about canoe safety, solo lodging, there are hotels and paddling, what bent shaft motels in Montpelier, Barre, CHILDREN'S paddles can do for you. The St. Johnsbury, and Wells  IHO . . . people of Mad River Canoe River. A listing of area m(els will be on hand to give in- is available onrequest.   na struction on technique and Groton State Forest is =: answer any questions you can located midway between , ...... you  altd think of about canoes and Montpelier and St. Johnsbury .... canoeing. There will be some For the north entrance: take ...... ........ Ix)ok over our custom framing and antiques fun family canoe races, a tug Exit 8 off 1-89 in Montpelier, m' Fmina cA,at,, of war with canoes, paddling 20 miles east on US 2, 6, lUIA ff',4,1  "6 ,,,uu, clinics, a cook-out around a miles south on the Groton- [ ', \\; lvl,,,..,..,. o & Antique Salon big campfire, and evening Marshfield Highway to Kettle t \\; CRFATIUF .... ',,',' i entertainment with movies Pond area. For the south If I \\; lZt lIT-- ..............  TI and slide shows! entrance: take Exit 17 off L91  [ !  ( , \\;, 2.14.DNS, ]]] FRAMECRAFTERS [[] The great event will take at Wells River, 9miles west on c,.T., ,rffi.,,- .......... J place on Saturday August 1 US 302, approximately 6 t., ( LEVI D/UUIL, =::  and Sunday August 2 on Kettle miles north on Groton'- " SIL[::E[ ............................. Pond n Groton State Forest Marshfield Highway to=Kettle /,[ ' lttttv, ut,rtz, tL,u,ua..'tttul Kettle Pond is a beautifui Pond area. See enclosed map i : ..... ,: . 8EALT i'alrl,, Vm'm,,t s*,,.,', .... large natural glaciated pond for more details i,: : "" ": 1' CARTE [.,- .... , "'--'__-'" --v,,o-,-z,, 9-5 The group camping area has Registration f,e for $5.00 for  ! .... rnone 802 333 9210 per week ............................. _ o,,,;-.,o.,-,,., a,,-- ....................... been reserved. There are  maximum charge of $18 00 perVer undereach adult,16 years$3"50offOrageeaChwithChilda . '   ' " " I O O h    [ [ [ D   O .... family. Registration includes ii ' t-at.H null,Ul. ,rll,LII, use and camping fees for ii i  ? "  - / fo)r. e A' Ulln LL, T-shirt for every participant. , . , .by A IMTI 00lnr" uN.,00n to be a River Canoe. + * BILLY ,  U LI While in a boat everyone will :i:!  ....  V'j'_  be required to wear a Coast  DON  OII/|AI O OAt r" Guard approved Type Ill ,- " (' .'r'lu ]I/V u; _J[lllP" (over the shoulder) personal HF.] ",,, m u , w ,A ,/I IlL--m--- flotation device. NFWRIIRY VI:I)MflNT Return your completed Sizes 2-100. e BLUE .......... p -,,...,.,v,.. registration form today to: .,1!, V Zq to AM  PM Mad River Canoe, PO Box 610, k,, . USE YOUR CHA.RqE ACCOUNT .... ", ......... "--"" Waitsfield, Vermont 056731 JUL 30 10 AM-6PM For further information, write CHANGING OF THE GUARD--U.S. Navy Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval to the above address or Forces Europe, Vice Admiral Ronald J. Hays, USN (left) congratulates the ADMISSION  11.50 WITH AD $1.25 telephone: 802-496-3127. The commander of the U.S. Sixth Fleet, Vice Adm. William H. Rowden, USN, during a Second Mad River Canoe Change of Command ceremony held aboard the U.S. Sixth Fleet flagship, the MARJORIE BARRY, MGR. 603-787-6212 Rally will be even bigger and NO. HAVERHILL, N.H. 03774 better than last year! Come destroyer tender USS Puget Sound (AD 38) in port Gaeta, Italy, June 5. The Woodsville, N.H. St. Johm join us and have a super fun outgoing Fleet Commander, Vice Adm. William N. Small (center) looks on. time! HAVERHILL FA'IR 37th ANNUAL NORTH HAVERHILL, N.H. FIREWORKS JULY 30, 31, AUG. 1 &2 THURSDAY, JULY 30 (Pre-View Day) 9:00 a.m. All exhibits (except livestock) must be in place by Thursday by I0 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Pony Pulling 6:30 p.m. Water Polo 7:00 p.m. Pony Pulling 8:00 p.m. Stage Program-- Chrome Forest Band 9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00p.m. 3:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. FRIDAY, JULY 31 (Old Home Day) Gates open to the public, all exhibits in place 4-H Beef, Sheep and Swine Show Tractor Pulling 4-11 Dairy, Sheep and Beef Cattle Show Continued 4-H Dairy Show--Fitting and Showmanship 4-H Dairy Calf Type Classes Stage  Reunited (Bob Hanley) Greased Pole Contest Tractor Pulling Contest 8: 00 p.m. Stage Reunited (Bob Hanley) 11 : 30-12: 00 p.m. Gigantic Fireworks Display SATURDAY, AUGUST I (Family Day) 9:00 a.m. Gates Open to the Public 9:00 a.m. Youth Horse Show I0:00 a.m. 4-H Dairy Show I0: 30 a.m. Open-to-the-World Ox Pulling 1:30 p.m. Kiddie Parade 3:30 p.m. Stage Show-- Strawberry Farm Band 4: 00 p.m. Close of voting for Fair Queen 6:30 p.m. Calf Catching Contest (Children 9 thru 14 only) 7:00 p.m. -H Style Show 8: 00 p.m. Open-to-the-World Specia I Three-Horse Hitch 9:00 p.m. Queen Coronation, Raffle Drawing & Stage Show Strawberry Farm Band I I : 30-I 2 p.m. Annual Fireworks Display SUNDAY, AUGUST 2 (Governor's Day) 9:00 a.m. Open Horse Show 9:30 a.m. "Come-as-you-Are" Church Service, No. Haverhill Methodist Church I! :00 a.m. Horseshoe Pitching 12:15 p.m. Arrival of Governor 12:30 p.m. All units form for parade (Floats at 11:30) 1:30 p.m. Parade--Horse Pulling After Parade 2:30 p.m. Horse Pulling 3,000 & under, 3,400 & under 3:00 p.m. Stage Show -- Shaw Brothers 8:00-11:00 p.m. Raffle Drawing and Parade Prizes; Stage Show; Fireworks; Shaw Brothers GATE ADMISSION PRICES Children under 12, FREE Tickets Adults: Thursday, $2.00; Friday, Saturday and Sunday, $3.00 ca. day Parking on Grounds $I .00 MONDAY, AUGUST 3 I0:00 a.m. Black & White Show Sponsored by N.H. Holstein Club "Admission Free" Avoid buying on impulse There are some suggestions or would someone else be a which may help you avoid overbuying, especially if you often buy food on impulse. Shop after eating when you are full instead of when you are hungry. When hungry, food is much more tempting and you may buy more on impulse. Shop alone unless someone in the family aids you in shopping. Are you the best food shopper iJe hotmehold, better choice? Shop when you have time to check labels and prices. By reading labels, you can be more sure of getting an ac- ceptable product. Comparison shopping takes time but can save you money. Shop when stores are well stocked and offer good buys. This can be determined through observation. And above all'ue ,: shop- ping list. Sewing with border prints When folding the fabric before laying out the pattern, line up the border so that corresponding parts of the print on each layer are placed over each other. Pin the fabric every six inches to prevent slipping. Place pattern pieces on the fabric with the border in the desired position. Match the print at seamlines rather than cutting lines so that, once sewn, the design will match. Fabrics with heavy em- Registered herds little different A recent Cornell University study compared a group of 103 registered herds with 234 grade herds with respect to several business indicators. Registered herds had slightly fewer cows, on the average, then grade herds (65 versus 72). In general this study in- dicates few startling contrasts between registered and grade herds. Little real differences are seen in milk production. Registered herds show higher returns in cattle sales. Expenses per cow are about $100 more per cow for registered herds. Labor and management income per operator were about $1,200 more for registered herds than for grade herds. broidery or complicated motifs should be cut in a single layer with fabric right side out. Cut the pattern piece once printed side up, then flip, match motifs at seamlines, and cut again printed side down. When stitching use plenty of pins to stabilize seamline so that the layers do not shift while stitching. Basting the seam first or slipstitching along the seamline on the right side are other ways to help prevent shifting. Bi TS OF I N! *ORMATION It was once believed that if a person dreams of a river, it means that something stands beiween him and his wishes. ESTEE & ARAMIS at As lime goes by, you'll know why. UP TO ALL MOWERS! + 333-9590 NEWTON EQUIPMENT Main Str. Fairlee, Vermont CLOSED SUN & cNow a chance to to your Lottery OO00Z- O0 VOIDIF REMOVED The popular Instant Green Mountain Game is back with more prize money:+ and more winning tickets....and a chance to Double your instant winnings. There is no Grand Prize Drawing in the Green Mountain Double. For a chance at $50,000, play the Instant 7,11,21 Game. ONE way to play Anyone over 18 can It's easy and fun -- could win a cash prize t to $500 Instantly. Ask at any of our locations for a ticket I only $1. Here's how to play: Scratch off the 6 pine prize spots and check are a winner. ways to win! , if you uncover the amount on 3 prize win that cash prize --- to $250. OR YOU COULD YOUR CASH PRIZE If you uncover the amount on 2 prize a pine tree on any Mi you win twice that amount -- up to 11[ The odds < a cash pri; on th than odd; all s Page 2A-The Second Opinion-July 22, 1981 i The second Mad River Canoe rally Come to northern Vermont 25 lean-tos which hold up to six VISIT for a weekend of family fun! people each at Kettle Pond.  .... Two days of canoe events, Quaint old-fashioned water / i lectures, clinics and races, pumps and "primitive" toilet . / OUR FOLK ART ANNEX Try out the Mad River Canoe facilities are located nearby, r,.  . : i'! BROWSE THROUGH OUR DISPLAY of your dreams. Be part of a There is also room to set up :+ + . OF MEXICAN POTTERY, twelve man paddling crew in tents and parking available i the 29 foot long "war" canoe, for motorized campers. For  + WEAVINGS AND BASKETS See sailing canoes in action, those who prefer more formal A IOI, il MIW, INONDIllqJL 'W(NUJ Learn about canoe safety, solo lodging, there are hotels and paddling, what bent shaft motels in Montpelier, Barre, CHILDREN'S paddles can do for you. The St. Johnsbury, and Wells  IHO . . . people of Mad River Canoe River. A listing of area m(els will be on hand to give in- is available onrequest.   na struction on technique and Groton State Forest is =: answer any questions you can located midway between , ...... you  altd think of about canoes and Montpelier and St. Johnsbury .... canoeing. There will be some For the north entrance: take ...... ........ Ix)ok over our custom framing and antiques fun family canoe races, a tug Exit 8 off 1-89 in Montpelier, m' Fmina cA,at,, of war with canoes, paddling 20 miles east on US 2, 6, lUIA ff',4,1  "6 ,,,uu, clinics, a cook-out around a miles south on the Groton- [ ', \\; lvl,,,..,..,. o & Antique Salon big campfire, and evening Marshfield Highway to Kettle t \\; CRFATIUF .... ',,',' i entertainment with movies Pond area. For the south If I \\; lZt lIT-- ..............  TI and slide shows! entrance: take Exit 17 off L91  [ !  ( , \\;, 2.14.DNS, ]]] FRAMECRAFTERS [[] The great event will take at Wells River, 9miles west on c,.T., ,rffi.,,- .......... J place on Saturday August 1 US 302, approximately 6 t., ( LEVI D/UUIL, =::  and Sunday August 2 on Kettle miles north on Groton'- " SIL[::E[ ............................. Pond n Groton State Forest Marshfield Highway to=Kettle /,[ ' lttttv, ut,rtz, tL,u,ua..'tttul Kettle Pond is a beautifui Pond area. See enclosed map i : ..... ,: . 8EALT i'alrl,, Vm'm,,t s*,,.,', .... large natural glaciated pond for more details i,: : "" ": 1' CARTE [.,- .... , "'--'__-'" --v,,o-,-z,, 9-5 The group camping area has Registration f,e for $5.00 for  ! .... rnone 802 333 9210 per week ............................. _ o,,,;-.,o.,-,,., a,,-- ....................... been reserved. There are  maximum charge of $18 00 perVer undereach adult,16 years$3"50offOrageeaChwithChilda . '   ' " " I O O h    [ [ [ D   O .... family. Registration includes ii ' t-at.H null,Ul. ,rll,LII, use and camping fees for ii i  ? "  - / fo)r. e A' Ulln LL, T-shirt for every participant. , . , .by A IMTI 00lnr" uN.,00n to be a River Canoe. + * BILLY ,  U LI While in a boat everyone will :i:!  ....  V'j'_  be required to wear a Coast  DON  OII/|AI O OAt r" Guard approved Type Ill ,- " (' .'r'lu ]I/V u; _J[lllP" (over the shoulder) personal HF.] ",,, m u , w ,A ,/I IlL--m--- flotation device. NFWRIIRY VI:I)MflNT Return your completed Sizes 2-100. e BLUE .......... p -,,...,.,v,.. registration form today to: .,1!, V Zq to AM  PM Mad River Canoe, PO Box 610, k,, . USE YOUR CHA.RqE ACCOUNT .... ", ......... "--"" Waitsfield, Vermont 056731 JUL 30 10 AM-6PM For further information, write CHANGING OF THE GUARD--U.S. Navy Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval to the above address or Forces Europe, Vice Admiral Ronald J. Hays, USN (left) congratulates the ADMISSION  11.50 WITH AD $1.25 telephone: 802-496-3127. The commander of the U.S. Sixth Fleet, Vice Adm. William H. Rowden, USN, during a Second Mad River Canoe Change of Command ceremony held aboard the U.S. Sixth Fleet flagship, the MARJORIE BARRY, MGR. 603-787-6212 Rally will be even bigger and NO. HAVERHILL, N.H. 03774 better than last year! Come destroyer tender USS Puget Sound (AD 38) in port Gaeta, Italy, June 5. The Woodsville, N.H. St. Johm join us and have a super fun outgoing Fleet Commander, Vice Adm. William N. Small (center) looks on. time! HAVERHILL FA'IR 37th ANNUAL NORTH HAVERHILL, N.H. FIREWORKS JULY 30, 31, AUG. 1 &2 THURSDAY, JULY 30 (Pre-View Day) 9:00 a.m. All exhibits (except livestock) must be in place by Thursday by I0 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Pony Pulling 6:30 p.m. Water Polo 7:00 p.m. Pony Pulling 8:00 p.m. Stage Program-- Chrome Forest Band 9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00p.m. 3:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. FRIDAY, JULY 31 (Old Home Day) Gates open to the public, all exhibits in place 4-H Beef, Sheep and Swine Show Tractor Pulling 4-11 Dairy, Sheep and Beef Cattle Show Continued 4-H Dairy Show--Fitting and Showmanship 4-H Dairy Calf Type Classes Stage  Reunited (Bob Hanley) Greased Pole Contest Tractor Pulling Contest 8: 00 p.m. Stage Reunited (Bob Hanley) 11 : 30-12: 00 p.m. Gigantic Fireworks Display SATURDAY, AUGUST I (Family Day) 9:00 a.m. Gates Open to the Public 9:00 a.m. Youth Horse Show I0:00 a.m. 4-H Dairy Show I0: 30 a.m. Open-to-the-World Ox Pulling 1:30 p.m. Kiddie Parade 3:30 p.m. Stage Show-- Strawberry Farm Band 4: 00 p.m. Close of voting for Fair Queen 6:30 p.m. Calf Catching Contest (Children 9 thru 14 only) 7:00 p.m. -H Style Show 8: 00 p.m. Open-to-the-World Specia I Three-Horse Hitch 9:00 p.m. Queen Coronation, Raffle Drawing & Stage Show Strawberry Farm Band I I : 30-I 2 p.m. Annual Fireworks Display SUNDAY, AUGUST 2 (Governor's Day) 9:00 a.m. Open Horse Show 9:30 a.m. "Come-as-you-Are" Church Service, No. Haverhill Methodist Church I! :00 a.m. Horseshoe Pitching 12:15 p.m. Arrival of Governor 12:30 p.m. All units form for parade (Floats at 11:30) 1:30 p.m. Parade--Horse Pulling After Parade 2:30 p.m. Horse Pulling 3,000 & under, 3,400 & under 3:00 p.m. Stage Show -- Shaw Brothers 8:00-11:00 p.m. Raffle Drawing and Parade Prizes; Stage Show; Fireworks; Shaw Brothers GATE ADMISSION PRICES Children under 12, FREE Tickets Adults: Thursday, $2.00; Friday, Saturday and Sunday, $3.00 ca. day Parking on Grounds $I .00 MONDAY, AUGUST 3 I0:00 a.m. Black & White Show Sponsored by N.H. Holstein Club "Admission Free" Avoid buying on impulse There are some suggestions or would someone else be a which may help you avoid overbuying, especially if you often buy food on impulse. Shop after eating when you are full instead of when you are hungry. When hungry, food is much more tempting and you may buy more on impulse. Shop alone unless someone in the family aids you in shopping. Are you the best food shopper iJe hotmehold, better choice? Shop when you have time to check labels and prices. By reading labels, you can be more sure of getting an ac- ceptable product. Comparison shopping takes time but can save you money. Shop when stores are well stocked and offer good buys. This can be determined through observation. And above all'ue ,: shop- ping list. Sewing with border prints When folding the fabric before laying out the pattern, line up the border so that corresponding parts of the print on each layer are placed over each other. Pin the fabric every six inches to prevent slipping. Place pattern pieces on the fabric with the border in the desired position. Match the print at seamlines rather than cutting lines so that, once sewn, the design will match. Fabrics with heavy em- Registered herds little different A recent Cornell University study compared a group of 103 registered herds with 234 grade herds with respect to several business indicators. Registered herds had slightly fewer cows, on the average, then grade herds (65 versus 72). In general this study in- dicates few startling contrasts between registered and grade herds. Little real differences are seen in milk production. Registered herds show higher returns in cattle sales. Expenses per cow are about $100 more per cow for registered herds. Labor and management income per operator were about $1,200 more for registered herds than for grade herds. broidery or complicated motifs should be cut in a single layer with fabric right side out. Cut the pattern piece once printed side up, then flip, match motifs at seamlines, and cut again printed side down. When stitching use plenty of pins to stabilize seamline so that the layers do not shift while stitching. Basting the seam first or slipstitching along the seamline on the right side are other ways to help prevent shifting. Bi TS OF I N! *ORMATION It was once believed that if a person dreams of a river, it means that something stands beiween him and his wishes. ESTEE & ARAMIS at As lime goes by, you'll know why. UP TO ALL MOWERS! + 333-9590 NEWTON EQUIPMENT Main Str. Fairlee, Vermont CLOSED SUN & cNow a chance to to your Lottery OO00Z- O0 VOIDIF REMOVED The popular Instant Green Mountain Game is back with more prize money:+ and more winning tickets....and a chance to Double your instant winnings. There is no Grand Prize Drawing in the Green Mountain Double. For a chance at $50,000, play the Instant 7,11,21 Game. ONE way to play Anyone over 18 can It's easy and fun -- could win a cash prize t to $500 Instantly. Ask at any of our locations for a ticket I only $1. Here's how to play: Scratch off the 6 pine prize spots and check are a winner. ways to win! , if you uncover the amount on 3 prize win that cash prize --- to $250. OR YOU COULD YOUR CASH PRIZE If you uncover the amount on 2 prize a pine tree on any Mi you win twice that amount -- up to 11[ The odds < a cash pri; on th than odd; all s