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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-July 29, 1981 Ruth Nelson in finals ,1 Do IDo&apos; Thetfi,rd Hill Fair -is set Satu d of N.H. teen pageant playing at aM00nd00y0000?:fnh00aY0000e00 ? ...... - lt ............ .ent ,, J NWelEsLLSb, dRaltighSeRr-oRr h. Junction Saturday, Aug. 1, with the The annual historical and Mrs. William Nelson of Skirted and canopied the Carl Anderson years at Vt.-NJ[-I' pagemat set in October Wells River, has been selected annual ThetfordHillFair. exhibit this year will feature The Miss Teen All American Pageant has announced that the state finals for New Hampshire and Vermont have b¢n scheduled for the first weekend of October. The pageant will be hosted in a regional location by one of New Hampshire's finer hotels. Contestants must be bet- v'een the ages of 14 and 17 as of December 31, 1981. They must be a resident of the state in which they are competing, never have been married nor have been a parent. Contestants will he judged Co-feature Fri.. Sat., Sun. in the following eatagories: Poise and personality, physical appearance and achievement in community and school activities. There is no talent competition. Winners of the Miss Teen New Hampshire and Miss Teen Vermont titles will receive a cash award, crown, trophy, sash and an all- expense paid trip to Miami Beach, Fla., where they will stay at the Konover Hotel from Nov. 18-21. The winner of that title will receive $5000 in savings bonds, a fur jacket and many other prizes, The reigning Miss Teen All American is Sue Waiters of Chamblee, Ga. For more information about the Miss Teen All American Pageant state finals, write to Miss Teen All American Pageant, 94 Nichols Street, Lewiston, Maine 04240, or" phone (207) 7S4-9446 days and (207) 933-4282 evenings and weekends. BATTING CHAMP to be a state finalist in the 1981 Miss United Teenager Pageant to be held at Colby- Sawyer College in New London at 7:30 p.m., Aug. 5. The Pageant is the official state-wide finals for the Miss United Teenager Pageant, Contestants from all over the state will be competing for the titlt. All contestants are between the ages of t4 and 18 and have at least a B average in school. Miss Nelson's four- year average of high school was ove r 9o. Contestants are requested to participate in the Volunteer Community Service Program of the Miss United Teenager Pageant. Through this program, many young people are becoming involved in community activities by contributing at least eight hours to some worthwhile charity or civic work of their choice. The Winner of the Slate Finals of the Mis United Teenager Pageant--' will receive an all-expense paid trip to compete in the National Ruth Nelson Mini-Mart. Wells River. tler interests include art, music, reading, roller skating, biking, traveling, children, Ruth graduated from Blue Mountain Union School this sprmg and is currently at- tending Johnson State College with an Art major. "I do! 1 Do!", the joyous and "charming ode to marriage, is playing at the Junction Playhouse. This musical kaleidoscope of a couple's 50 years of life together will play through Saturday, Aug. l. The original play, by Jan de Hartog, and entitled "The Fourposter', opened in 1951, with the husband and wife team of Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy. Tbe musical version was created by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt, the team that wrote the longest running musical hit ever, "The Fantastics". "I Do! I Do!" opened on Broadway in December, 1966, with Mary Martin and Robert Preston, and ran for a record 584 performances. This version, produced by the Green Mountain Guild, will have Deborah Grove and Ken Graham as Agnes and Michael. For information and reservations call 295-6228 between 1 - 10:00 p.m. booths,-a colorful children's Thetford Academy, the town Merry-Go-Runnel (with proprietors, photos and stationary horses), children's games and competitions, a snack bar, hay rides and train rides will dot the Green. Garden produce and plants will be offered for sale, along with foods, gifts, books, and knitted and other handmade articles. An antiques booth will sell articles on commission (call 785-2539 to make arrangements). NATURAL FOOD PICNIC The Vermont Natural Foods and Gardening Association will hold its annual summer picnic on Saturday, Aug. 1 from noon to 4 p.m. at the Vermont Institute of Natural Science in Woodstock. It is open to the public. There will.be a pot luck lun- cheon, a talk by author Adele Dawson and a tour of the Vt. Institute of Natural Science. There will be no admission fee. stereoscopic views of Thet- ford. The major excitement at the opening at I p.m. will be the outdoor rummage sale with table after table of clothes, white elephants, and household goods. Later, there will be a Children's Parade of costumed children. An elegant tea at umbrella tables will be served on a neighboring lawn. Near the end of Fair time at 5 p.m. and into the dinner hour, the Norwich-Hanover Community Band will present. a concert• The dinner of barbecued chicken prepared by the Thetford Lions Club will be served beginning at 5 p.m. At 7 p.m., the day's events will close with a candlelight vespers service at the church. The lovely setting and homey nature of this hilltop fair account for its nickname: "The Quiet Fair." Rain location will be Thetford Academy. TALL IN THE SADDLE---This young rlder  ii:' for the rides at Thetford Hill Fair on Saturday. Eddie Matz is batting Finals. a three-phase pageant champion of the Triangle in Hollywood, Calif.; Waikiki GRUBBY By Warren SaLtier Babe Ruth League with an Beach, Hawaii; and average of .551. Washington, D.C.. where she (  SHOT AM /t . _- __ "_ --: "" . , will compete for $15,000 in [  //3. _.--1[€# -'€ 4 INTO TIE AIR...ITFF. l -  .' wPil y] cash scholarships, a new / M.\\;k,," "--L-': l-"-. TO F.AITIT/. r KNO IP' ;ffk.l-'P,a-..e "l D ill STARSCOPE ¥, contestanlWardrobePearanceaUt°m°bile' a $5,000 ap ]¢ContestantsandCOntraCt,other .'ill writebePrizeS.judged$2'°00 ¢ ,--{'\\;'  -IL' ',i_ ------- .--------.. NOT t0HF-J?/, t;<//A;M---? ]" ". -----.€ll  - . i]] . . bY C|or AJWII$., ..., 1 ':]I'IOVER O Fri ay on scholastic and civic ]//J/ I __  voo  df through Thursday achievements, beauty, poise, I& ,oomu, and personality. There is no I I ! ' swimsuit competition, Each k "k "7 " "'" -', -" . . .'." STRIP , will and - " or: =, ,., recite on stage a ]00-word &(]LIP,[IU$- Jamuult21-Flmul 19 ll a, j, 6eud || StarringRatedBillRMurray l| essay on the subject of "My RURAL DY " By L  I'adacht.[te may beLlatbtetcheduled' tuulffiin opinlomt;a  chttO,wld a$ i I -.,n.,.z:.,uxwtP'" ! 7.00&9.00' . $ Country".Miss Nelson is sponsored by [- " ROE, "rN rlSN WARDEN 15' \\;' f R'O X , ] I - -1 ur rove.., ot no to the litot. .j.[ kmh.  MVSW,aVSVnVV t:w J Spear Insurance Agency. IN [ ON TM. DOCK.t '40 RE ALLOWK"  BELIEES . /A [ .  I PISCI - Fg41mm O-Mmch 20 Woodsville: Randall I)airv I*.[ SIX ISH'NOTHINGOVER  vw.m,,.JI I! "W  I s,,tto,,,,ot,,.,a.x,,,,m,, II Fquipment, Bradford. |'rWLVEINCNS'YOUSTTER I  k_ Ikl..f#'/ It A.T.4h /.._i  nedlt'oreducatonalpursuits--avoiddrt-uts. R HROW I: BACK t HIM Thomas' Pharmacy, Wells • - " sweeter than ev -- for ns and .  {0 Decide upon your destination.  Vocal concert " investaflv. Pay debts prornpfly and meet as many sodal oligatiom aSwod( Is 9our speda now. Y famflV tatter, can bring out your best qualities. :l'i N  singl or with  tour, , set in Thettord 0 r  w t(} )e sure° o THETFORD--The haunting Honimptomanttaccantlnow,ianllylfyoumony sounds of southern harmony Frlndip  are Ixhmnin¢ More discIL Is n"lll l t  HallWill fill Thetfordthis Tuesday,Hill's GrangeAugust 4, ars a nm and dt. 'e " present the Western Wind Grandpa's Boy . By Brad Andern idet trot  and colleagum are ubbotn. FanlYmo ' of music from The ,acred I 'ii'{  ti i 0T'. 1 tantthmanh.tatthisttnm.. , The New York-based sextet, |' 002.O HOUSE MAtNS'r. boseAmericanrecordingmusicOf earlY, was i JTI' tkalLlV'lY toctal ,k; you can have Iot.h of tun, mutt oi It on =ievei. , (:) '2. O4"|O  n0minated for a Grammy U LIEO- Jull$-&utlt2" _a,l award in' 1973, will also Cultural and crti cu-'tl can provide a Ith to .lrollm,l i oO.  ,.( N|¢H, vlr.J present a concert of medieval ture. Communicon Ixukdown is ltch by tuma. 'lJ and Renaissance music i ,,  ! "m''-'-'' " J   August 7, and a workho p in VIilIOO -- &uflmt $-llldlla 22 th choral singing the morning of I Aug. 8. Communication Immkthtough happan bdo th The Western Wind is pntch-upwlthlodoneisllk¢lybyTutay. Tmvd . composed of six singers whose ,.(11_    JeP alllil carefully blended voices have NAPOLEON By Mcllrlde mid Moore  h tos no - avoid thodon . £ II.[.U' been heard extensively ] throughout the United States 1l,¢l,l[.-Ol"4.'t''l"M'tlNl$ | I]] [ .[f. _: | conltnutobioom'--niflovedorlm't.l -'I1111 111 Central St. and Europe as well as in the . cct u' o t VSN"r C,T , I I]lll I P' I SCOIPIO -- OLolMerflk-Nmbr Itl  Players will begin at 8 p.m., 'lll. / .  ,  - ff loed on is d, Its  not m ask quatio. faqon. Buin nturs mqul  -- and  ' . ,.  1 j¢_  . with the workshop scheduled k" " "  €@  " "'. forl0:30a.m. Aug,8,  i, ! VoluntwotkaccentedthmughwNkend. I • ¢  event is $5. Anyone who ..- , S&GrrI'ARIUS- Don't be subtle in making requests;  can t expect ,t .  subscribes to all the events ;=Z.=  .----'- :  I;pstotmdurmind--thismk. N tam , 4'---..'tr#'. before Tuesday night's con- ] L '. A neirntdsh_isttlYfottakt" " * A*..L* ".;/fil For reservations or sub- ,- ==- II 7-.-'1 -'.'''--"  /  "'-' .lr IL nandtravaar. fa.otl;anndtnacounttyfatt ¢,_NY. L .' '.."'r _.vd'@l).o , . scriptions, call The Parish nlce b)and of the two. Argument get out of hand quiddv, ° to bed a.s.a.p. OX * i *" ' :'::.T Playersat (2)785-4344. TWITCH '  _ By How Ra.d$ mr .]1 ,€€@ .¢'J ,' ,,,  Mr. and Mrs. Stephen  _CRABS FRESH?,/ I / \\; o__ustmm. ! _ I ,h..,..Z...t. Co.m.no. is =.. |. an ,mm  l -.%; .' X _ %.*.6' "" N\\; :: ttewes of Lyrne are the  . . -_ , i and tt my pray. worlhwhlle -- and uirnate profitable " / ski[Is in this anm. :¢ lW_ ,,.w-,,,'':t'% ll#ll,'Ifi¢ %%' . parents of a baby girl, Keri l[  .'- ." /..''*:.e.." x'°:' Ann, born July 13 at Mary ( BORN THIS  . • " ."%'€" Jlt" _1 .1  ,o.%. , nitchcock Memorial ttospital. t_ '. July 30th. ringer Paul &nka; 31st, actot Don Murray; A u tor Geoffrey Holder; 2nd, actor  O'Connor;  SOn. g) k ,'s" ** ..... 1,000 s. s, IT JUST SO HAPPENED by K@r 111 f " Dill 'snow nlctr ___¢-:j.ii d/tRK _ : J [ .... Unrnix the letters in the boxes to lorm a - , "J l  word. Then circle A, B or C for the cot- P([O < '->-'1 i I ,  rectmeaning(ordefinRioa). [oy,)\\; 13: R',- " 42: Abounds .. ([Ir. ' | ' 5"XR Score yourself as follows:  ation 44. l.rmon. ¢'W 17 Engrave toms lllW"4 I'I U,u I amtTr". I I ' 3Correct-Good l-ouorveet-roor  19' Di----'- 17. Slav rAqts." at/g,/,v , , ,aNy 1/TE . . soo e AT£R . 27. KindofOos 4. Inlike • ,t'rs,¢,v . L v°cK 5. Metr: r WI44t z. Thngh .mosure l00'llil0000 I,-----I I =. I-KIAILITISI 34. C.atch sight of 6 However 35. French 7: Dark wood lmB\\;kX\%lm//////B I r,u.,,a I l "-" l l I I I--1 ,€ MR , Animals in the wild do, for f • - " t [_NIOIRIEIDI /2115|1 r,J3r" l;:Td,,T.:? l / 0-"" ..... """ "' "" 4, j 00tUIBI I IDIOlUI_00 7,.o"-'ff.,¢---,zTea, / r  ,,,,-",'*,: I l ?.,,,,t Page 2-The Journal Opinion-July 29, 1981 Ruth Nelson in finals ,1 Do IDo' Thetfi,rd Hill Fair -is set Satu d of N.H. teen pageant playing at aM00nd00y0000?:fnh00aY0000e00 ? ...... - lt ............ .ent ,, J NWelEsLLSb, dRaltighSeRr-oRr h. Junction Saturday, Aug. 1, with the The annual historical and Mrs. William Nelson of Skirted and canopied the Carl Anderson years at Vt.-NJ[-I' pagemat set in October Wells River, has been selected annual ThetfordHillFair. exhibit this year will feature The Miss Teen All American Pageant has announced that the state finals for New Hampshire and Vermont have b¢n scheduled for the first weekend of October. The pageant will be hosted in a regional location by one of New Hampshire's finer hotels. Contestants must be bet- v'een the ages of 14 and 17 as of December 31, 1981. They must be a resident of the state in which they are competing, never have been married nor have been a parent. Contestants will he judged Co-feature Fri.. Sat., Sun. in the following eatagories: Poise and personality, physical appearance and achievement in community and school activities. There is no talent competition. Winners of the Miss Teen New Hampshire and Miss Teen Vermont titles will receive a cash award, crown, trophy, sash and an all- expense paid trip to Miami Beach, Fla., where they will stay at the Konover Hotel from Nov. 18-21. The winner of that title will receive $5000 in savings bonds, a fur jacket and many other prizes, The reigning Miss Teen All American is Sue Waiters of Chamblee, Ga. For more information about the Miss Teen All American Pageant state finals, write to Miss Teen All American Pageant, 94 Nichols Street, Lewiston, Maine 04240, or" phone (207) 7S4-9446 days and (207) 933-4282 evenings and weekends. BATTING CHAMP to be a state finalist in the 1981 Miss United Teenager Pageant to be held at Colby- Sawyer College in New London at 7:30 p.m., Aug. 5. The Pageant is the official state-wide finals for the Miss United Teenager Pageant, Contestants from all over the state will be competing for the titlt. All contestants are between the ages of t4 and 18 and have at least a B average in school. Miss Nelson's four- year average of high school was ove r 9o. Contestants are requested to participate in the Volunteer Community Service Program of the Miss United Teenager Pageant. Through this program, many young people are becoming involved in community activities by contributing at least eight hours to some worthwhile charity or civic work of their choice. The Winner of the Slate Finals of the Mis United Teenager Pageant--' will receive an all-expense paid trip to compete in the National Ruth Nelson Mini-Mart. Wells River. tler interests include art, music, reading, roller skating, biking, traveling, children, Ruth graduated from Blue Mountain Union School this sprmg and is currently at- tending Johnson State College with an Art major. "I do! 1 Do!", the joyous and "charming ode to marriage, is playing at the Junction Playhouse. This musical kaleidoscope of a couple's 50 years of life together will play through Saturday, Aug. l. The original play, by Jan de Hartog, and entitled "The Fourposter', opened in 1951, with the husband and wife team of Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy. Tbe musical version was created by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt, the team that wrote the longest running musical hit ever, "The Fantastics". "I Do! I Do!" opened on Broadway in December, 1966, with Mary Martin and Robert Preston, and ran for a record 584 performances. This version, produced by the Green Mountain Guild, will have Deborah Grove and Ken Graham as Agnes and Michael. For information and reservations call 295-6228 between 1 - 10:00 p.m. booths,-a colorful children's Thetford Academy, the town Merry-Go-Runnel (with proprietors, photos and stationary horses), children's games and competitions, a snack bar, hay rides and train rides will dot the Green. Garden produce and plants will be offered for sale, along with foods, gifts, books, and knitted and other handmade articles. An antiques booth will sell articles on commission (call 785-2539 to make arrangements). NATURAL FOOD PICNIC The Vermont Natural Foods and Gardening Association will hold its annual summer picnic on Saturday, Aug. 1 from noon to 4 p.m. at the Vermont Institute of Natural Science in Woodstock. It is open to the public. There will.be a pot luck lun- cheon, a talk by author Adele Dawson and a tour of the Vt. Institute of Natural Science. There will be no admission fee. stereoscopic views of Thet- ford. The major excitement at the opening at I p.m. will be the outdoor rummage sale with table after table of clothes, white elephants, and household goods. Later, there will be a Children's Parade of costumed children. An elegant tea at umbrella tables will be served on a neighboring lawn. Near the end of Fair time at 5 p.m. and into the dinner hour, the Norwich-Hanover Community Band will present. a concert• The dinner of barbecued chicken prepared by the Thetford Lions Club will be served beginning at 5 p.m. At 7 p.m., the day's events will close with a candlelight vespers service at the church. The lovely setting and homey nature of this hilltop fair account for its nickname: "The Quiet Fair." Rain location will be Thetford Academy. TALL IN THE SADDLE---This young rlder  ii:' for the rides at Thetford Hill Fair on Saturday. Eddie Matz is batting Finals. a three-phase pageant champion of the Triangle in Hollywood, Calif.; Waikiki GRUBBY By Warren SaLtier Babe Ruth League with an Beach, Hawaii; and average of .551. Washington, D.C.. where she (  SHOT AM /t . _- __ "_ --: "" . , will compete for $15,000 in [  //3. _.--1[€# -'€ 4 INTO TIE AIR...ITFF. l -  .' wPil y] cash scholarships, a new / M.\\;k,," "--L-': l-"-. TO F.AITIT/. r KNO IP' ;ffk.l-'P,a-..e "l D ill STARSCOPE ¥, contestanlWardrobePearanceaUt°m°bile' a $5,000 ap ]¢ContestantsandCOntraCt,other .'ill writebePrizeS.judged$2'°00 ¢ ,--{'\\;'  -IL' ',i_ ------- .--------.. NOT t0HF-J?/, t;<//A;M---? ]" ". -----.€ll  - . i]] . . bY C|or AJWII$., ..., 1 ':]I'IOVER O Fri ay on scholastic and civic ]//J/ I __  voo  df through Thursday achievements, beauty, poise, I& ,oomu, and personality. There is no I I ! ' swimsuit competition, Each k "k "7 " "'" -', -" . . .'." STRIP , will and - " or: =, ,., recite on stage a ]00-word &(]LIP,[IU$- Jamuult21-Flmul 19 ll a, j, 6eud || StarringRatedBillRMurray l| essay on the subject of "My RURAL DY " By L  I'adacht.[te may beLlatbtetcheduled' tuulffiin opinlomt;a  chttO,wld a$ i I -.,n.,.z:.,uxwtP'" ! 7.00&9.00' . $ Country".Miss Nelson is sponsored by [- " ROE, "rN rlSN WARDEN 15' \\;' f R'O X , ] I - -1 ur rove.., ot no to the litot. .j.[ kmh.  MVSW,aVSVnVV t:w J Spear Insurance Agency. IN [ ON TM. DOCK.t '40 RE ALLOWK"  BELIEES . /A [ .  I PISCI - Fg41mm O-Mmch 20 Woodsville: Randall I)airv I*.[ SIX ISH'NOTHINGOVER  vw.m,,.JI I! "W  I s,,tto,,,,ot,,.,a.x,,,,m,, II Fquipment, Bradford. |'rWLVEINCNS'YOUSTTER I  k_ Ikl..f#'/ It A.T.4h /.._i  nedlt'oreducatonalpursuits--avoiddrt-uts. R HROW I: BACK t HIM Thomas' Pharmacy, Wells • - " sweeter than ev -- for ns and .  {0 Decide upon your destination.  Vocal concert " investaflv. Pay debts prornpfly and meet as many sodal oligatiom aSwod( Is 9our speda now. Y famflV tatter, can bring out your best qualities. :l'i N  singl or with  tour, , set in Thettord 0 r  w t(} )e sure° o THETFORD--The haunting Honimptomanttaccantlnow,ianllylfyoumony sounds of southern harmony Frlndip  are Ixhmnin¢ More discIL Is n"lll l t  HallWill fill Thetfordthis Tuesday,Hill's GrangeAugust 4, ars a nm and dt. 'e " present the Western Wind Grandpa's Boy . By Brad Andern idet trot  and colleagum are ubbotn. FanlYmo ' of music from The ,acred I 'ii'{  ti i 0T'. 1 tantthmanh.tatthisttnm.. , The New York-based sextet, |' 002.O HOUSE MAtNS'r. boseAmericanrecordingmusicOf earlY, was i JTI' tkalLlV'lY toctal ,k; you can have Iot.h of tun, mutt oi It on =ievei. , (:) '2. O4"|O  n0minated for a Grammy U LIEO- Jull$-&utlt2" _a,l award in' 1973, will also Cultural and crti cu-'tl can provide a Ith to .lrollm,l i oO.  ,.( N|¢H, vlr.J present a concert of medieval ture. Communicon Ixukdown is ltch by tuma. 'lJ and Renaissance music i ,,  ! "m''-'-'' " J   August 7, and a workho p in VIilIOO -- &uflmt $-llldlla 22 th choral singing the morning of I Aug. 8. Communication Immkthtough happan bdo th The Western Wind is pntch-upwlthlodoneisllk¢lybyTutay. Tmvd . composed of six singers whose ,.(11_    JeP alllil carefully blended voices have NAPOLEON By Mcllrlde mid Moore  h tos no - avoid thodon . £ II.[.U' been heard extensively ] throughout the United States 1l,¢l,l[.-Ol"4.'t''l"M'tlNl$ | I]] [ .[f. _: | conltnutobioom'--niflovedorlm't.l -'I1111 111 Central St. and Europe as well as in the . cct u' o t VSN"r C,T , I I]lll I P' I SCOIPIO -- OLolMerflk-Nmbr Itl  Players will begin at 8 p.m., 'lll. / .  ,  - ff loed on is d, Its  not m ask quatio. faqon. Buin nturs mqul  -- and  ' . ,.  1 j¢_  . with the workshop scheduled k" " "  €@  " "'. forl0:30a.m. Aug,8,  i, ! VoluntwotkaccentedthmughwNkend. I • ¢  event is $5. Anyone who ..- , S&GrrI'ARIUS- Don't be subtle in making requests;  can t expect ,t .  subscribes to all the events ;=Z.=  .----'- :  I;pstotmdurmind--thismk. N tam , 4'---..'tr#'. before Tuesday night's con- ] L '. A neirntdsh_isttlYfottakt" " * A*..L* ".;/fil For reservations or sub- ,- ==- II 7-.-'1 -'.'''--"  /  "'-' .lr IL nandtravaar. fa.otl;anndtnacounttyfatt ¢,_NY. L .' '.."'r _.vd'@l).o , . scriptions, call The Parish nlce b)and of the two. Argument get out of hand quiddv, ° to bed a.s.a.p. OX * i *" ' :'::.T Playersat (2)785-4344. TWITCH '  _ By How Ra.d$ mr .]1 ,€€@ .¢'J ,' ,,,  Mr. and Mrs. Stephen  _CRABS FRESH?,/ I / \\; o__ustmm. ! _ I ,h..,..Z...t. Co.m.no. is =.. |. an ,mm  l -.%; .' X _ %.*.6' "" N\\; :: ttewes of Lyrne are the  . . -_ , i and tt my pray. worlhwhlle -- and uirnate profitable " / ski[Is in this anm. :¢ lW_ ,,.w-,,,'':t'% ll#ll,'Ifi¢ %%' . parents of a baby girl, Keri l[  .'- ." /..''*:.e.." x'°:' Ann, born July 13 at Mary ( BORN THIS  . • " ."%'€" Jlt" _1 .1  ,o.%. , nitchcock Memorial ttospital. t_ '. July 30th. ringer Paul &nka; 31st, actot Don Murray; A u tor Geoffrey Holder; 2nd, actor  O'Connor;  SOn. g) k ,'s" ** ..... 1,000 s. s, IT JUST SO HAPPENED by K@r 111 f " Dill 'snow nlctr ___¢-:j.ii d/tRK _ : J [ .... Unrnix the letters in the boxes to lorm a - , "J l  word. Then circle A, B or C for the cot- P([O < '->-'1 i I ,  rectmeaning(ordefinRioa). [oy,)\\; 13: R',- " 42: Abounds .. ([Ir. ' | ' 5"XR Score yourself as follows:  ation 44. l.rmon. ¢'W 17 Engrave toms lllW"4 I'I U,u I amtTr". I I ' 3Correct-Good l-ouorveet-roor  19' Di----'- 17. Slav rAqts." at/g,/,v , , ,aNy 1/TE . . soo e AT£R . 27. KindofOos 4. Inlike • ,t'rs,¢,v . L v°cK 5. Metr: r WI44t z. Thngh .mosure l00'llil0000 I,-----I I =. I-KIAILITISI 34. C.atch sight of 6 However 35. French 7: Dark wood lmB\\;kX\%lm//////B I r,u.,,a I l "-" l l I I I--1 ,€ MR , Animals in the wild do, for f • - " t [_NIOIRIEIDI /2115|1 r,J3r" l;:Td,,T.:? l / 0-"" ..... """ "' "" 4, j 00tUIBI I IDIOlUI_00 7,.o"-'ff.,¢---,zTea, / r  ,,,,-",'*,: I l ?.,,,,t