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FULLER COUPON CLIPPER Rev. Bagley to preach at W. Fairlee Center Church How to enjoy refunders' conventions Rev.W FAIRLEEArthur E.CENTERBagley will-- conduct the Sunday evening --i at w -- Pepperidge Farm Old Center Church Aug. 2 at 7:30 COUPON " Fashioned Muffins $1 p.m. --I am excited Refund Offer. Send the Mr. Bagley is presently to my first !  | • required refund form and minister of the Fairlee convention. What [ the package flaps listing Federated Church, where he with me? Do ingredients from any four served previously from 1968 to any advice for a ! packages of Pepperidge 1974. His father, the late Rev. Rioneer?- Farm Old Fashioned James H. Bagley, Sr., was Vacaville, Muffins. Expires March 31, pastor of Grace Methodist I    1982. Church in Bradford from the RA -- Most i• _. dlbl:. | -- Pillsbury $1 Refund time he retired from the Army Offer. Send the required in 1959 until 1974. go to conventions --. " " " --" -" " ,--| refund form, one box top / After completing 10 years of :hat we trade in photo from Pillsbury Plus Cake[service in the Navy, Arthur The see-through Mix, one label from Pills-,Bagley concentrated the forms: refund offers in my column, envelope to Sharon Semic, bury Ready-to-Spread Frost- 6115 Parson Lane, Harris- through the forms that around a lot at convention. sit down next to you look you find forms can use, you make of the usual "one name" restric- our extra deals" to the These are to which we the required Corn- are traded for take a large of coupons to | is done on a very I'll hand some- and et return. we need." new friends is one important parts a conversation another refunder kind of forms That usu- writing down names and so that we can forms by mail. to face helps to good trading rela-" to make up a "request list" leave for the As you look thousands this will remember the need. You can the Refunders' conventions are so much funI I am sure that you will enjoy yourself. For those readers who are interested in attending a convention, here are some upcoming ones and where to write for information: Indiana: Second Annual Indy Refunder's Convention, Sept. 25-26 at the Sheraton Motor Inn in Indianapolis. For information, send a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope to Jean Laad, 3619 Hearthstone Court, Indianapolis, Ind. 46227. Massachusetts: Central Massachusetts Third Annual Refunders Convention, Sept. 18-19. For information, send a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope to Loret- ta Bissonnette, 60 Ellen St., Leominster, Mass. 01453. Michigan: Tri State Refunders Convention (Michigan, Ohio and Indiana), Aug. 15 in Hills- dale, Mich. For information, send a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope to Sue Petrie, Box 51, Hillsdale, Mich. 49242. New York: New York State Refunders Convention, September 18-19, at the Genessee Plaza Holiday Inn. For information, send a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope to Judy Caruso, 11 Jewel St., Rochester, N.Y. I4621. Pennsylvania: First Annu- al Harrisburg Refunders Convention, Aug. 15 at the Hershey Convention Center. For information, send a stamped, self-addressed burg, Pa. 17111. Here's a refund form to write for: Consumer Affairs, Personal Products Co., Van Liew Avenue, Milltown, N.J. 08850. Ask for the Stayfree $2 refund form. This offer of a 50-cent refund and three 50-cerR coupons from Stay- free expires Jan. 31, 1983. Here is this week's list of refund offers. Start' looking for the required refund forms, which you can obtain at the supermarket, in news- paper and magazine advertisements and from trading with friends. Mean- while, start collecting the neededproofs of purchase as detailed below. Remember, some offers are not avail- able in all areas of the coun- try. Baked Goods, Desserts (File 7) -- Brick Oven Refund Offer. Receive a 50-cent refund. Send the required refund form, the words "Brick Oven English Muffin Toasting Bread" and-or "Brick Oven Raisin and Cin- namon Tea Loaf" cut from two Brick Oven packages and the proof-of-purchase seal from any tea. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. -- Johnston's Reddi-Wip Refund Offer. Receive a $I refund. Send the required refund form, the lock tab from any Reddi-Wip Topp- ing and the Universal Prod- uct Code from the back pan- el of tart-size Johnston's Ready-Crust. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. ing Supreme and a register tape with the price of a par- ty item (such as ice cream, candy, nuts or paper party supplies) circled. Expires Oct. 31, 1981. -- Old London Melba Toast and Jelly Refund Offer. Receive $1 refund. Send the required refund form, one jelly label and two box tops from any combina- tion of flavors of Old London Melba Toast. Expires Sept. 30, 1981. -- Rhodes Variety Bread Refund. Receive four 25- cent coupons. Send the required refund form and the front panels from four Rhodes Variety Bread wrappers. Expires March 31, 1982. -- Sara Lee-Florida Department of Citrus. Receive $1 in coupons. Send the required refund form and the ingredient list from any package of Sara Lee All Butter Coffee Cake. Expires Sept. 30, 1981. Bonus! This offer doesn't require a form: -- Keehler Sandwich Cookie Coupon Offer, P.O. Box NB-327, E1 Paso, Texas 79966. Receive two $1 coupons. Send five proofs of purchase from Keebler Fudge Nutty and-or Elfwich Sandwich Cookies, the words "Keebler Fudge Nutty and Elfwich Sandwich Cookie $2 Coupon Savings Offer" from one package and your name, address and ZIP code writ- ten on a 3-by-5-inch piece of paper. Expires Aug. 31, 1981. Copyright, 1981. United Feature Syndicate, Inc. on s'tudying theology, first in Boston. There he received a degree from the Pastors' School at Boston University and also was graduated from the Leland Powers School of the Theatre. Later he com- pleted his theological training at the University of London. In this connection he travelled in many countries all over the world, with special emphasis on following in the footsteps of St. Paul. On Jan. 1, 1981, Mr. Bagley joined the Conservative Congregational Christian Churches of America and was subsequently called to serve the Federated Church in Fairlee. His Sermon Aug. 2 will be entitled "A Con- temporary Thought with St. Paul". All are invited to attend this service. The W. Fairlee Center Church is four miles north of Lake Fairlee on Middle Brook Road. Thefford Hill Vesper Concert THETFORD The Tbetford Hill Congregational Church Vesper Concert will be held Sunday, Aug. 2 at 4 p.m. A program of baroque music will be presented by Hanley Daws on the violin and Mildred Leonard. harp- sicherdist, playing works of Corelli, Scarlatti, Bach, Handel and Leclair. The concert will be followed by refreshments. in Connecticut Valley Fair t Wend way through Bradford. :lCf  % a ALONG---American Field Service float in parade. •  ..... !? :: PARADER--Just being In the parade was this youngster. Snoopy float follows. PARADE FLOAT--Kids from Valley Cooperative Pre-Schoolride fifth-place float in fair parade.  ! : ................ I  ........ " ;e Connecncut" Valley Faw" : " Parade Winners ' HORSES AND RDERS of Bradford and Woodsville. Ist--Jade Huntington Another year the committee  2nd--JasminHuntington is planning -- for an added 3rd--DebbiePeterson attraction -- a Queen's FLOATS lst--Jones and Otterman 2rid--Cobblestone Alley Kids 3rd--Perry Family 4th--AFS (American Field Service) 5th--Valley Co-op Pre-School BEST OF SHOW Jones-Otterman CHILDREN IN COSTUMES 1st--Bill Fisher 2nd--D.J. Maxwell 3rd--Bethanne Hathaway 4th--Tammy Piper 5th--Katie Piper DECORATED BICYCLES 1st--Seth Bean 2nd--Sarah Coffin 3rd--Travis Perry 4th--Lori Bean 5th--Jamie Kingsbury ODDITIES lst--Jaycees 2nd--Tina Benzie 3rd--Senior Citizens 4th--Bradford Fire Truck Engine No. 2 ANTIQUE CARS 1st--Dan Perry 2rid--Cliff French 3rd--Paul Sargent Judges were Mabel Hum- phrey, Ken Vittum and Larry Coffin. The music for the parade was provided by "Cook's Band Wagon" (with Reginald D. Bagley as one of the members) followed by a concert on the fair grounds Color Guards: Bradford American Legion, North Haverhill V.F.W. and Auxiliary and National Guard Contest. For any girls ages 14 to 18. Details will be announced at a later date. The Chairman for the ON PARADE---4-Her's parade was Mrs. Dean march with cattle in Larabee. Valley Fair parade. Wednesday, July 29 WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon, reservations 757-2206. Thursday, July 30 W. TOPSHAM: Tri-Village Thrift Shop on Rte. 25 open from 1-4 p.m. with consignments of fall and winter clothing, household goods and collectible items. Saturday, Aug. l FAIRIEE: Lord's Acre Auction, for benefit of Federated Church Sunday School, on the common, 10 a.m. Sunday, August 2 FAIRLEE: Rev. William Atkinson will conduct summer Eucharist at St. Martin's Chapel, Lake Morey Rd. East, 9:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 3 BRADFORD: Upper Valley , As.s..iation for. HandicaorPd Citizens monthly meeting, Life Skills center oenlna uramor Academy, 7: 30 pm. Tuesday, Aug. 4 THETFORD HILL: Music from The Sacred Harp .performed by Western Wind Vocal Sextet, sponsored by t'arisn-rlayers, Thefford Hill Grange Hall, admission $5, 8 p.m. (Reser- vations 785-4344). Wednesday, Aug. 5 Community Health Services town nurse will check for hypertension, weight and diabetes at Bradford Senior Center, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., and at E. Corinth Library, 1-4 p.m, S. Ryegate-Groton Homemakers, "Learn to Listen," leader Winnie Frost, at Maydene Bone's. July 29, 1981.The Journal Opinion-Page 3 Patricia Kinghorn plans to wed in September BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. the late Mrs. Taylor, and Mrs. S. Robert Kinghorn of Glen Clement Kinghorn of Pier- Arm, Md., have announced mont and the late Mr. the engagement of their Kinghorn. daughter, Patricia Lynn Mr. Carrington is a Kinghorn, to William J. graduate of East Catholic Carrington III, son of Mr. and High School in Manchester Mrs. William J. Carrington, Connecticut and received his Jr.,ofS. Windsor, Conn. B.S. Degree from Bryant Miss Kinghorn is a graduate College. His grandparents are of Freedom High School in Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Smith Bethlehem, Pa., and received of North Port, Fla., and the her B.S. Degree from Bryant late Mr. and Mrs. William J. College in Rhode Island. Carrington, Sr. Her grandparents are Mr. A September wedding is Leo Taylor of Bradford, and planned. This year New Hampshire will celebrate "an Antique August." The calendar of events will include auctions, antique shows and sales, historic displays, exhibits and tours. For collectors and dealers the highlight of the month-long celebration will be the 24th annual New Hampshire Antique Dealers Association show and sale at the Highway Hotel in Concord Aug. 6-8. The show draws serious collectors of period country furniture and accessories. Antique pewter, porcelain, jewelry and glass will also be exhibited. The show opens at 11 a.m. on all three days and closes at 9 p.m. on the first two days and at 6 p.m. on the final day. Show visitors might also want to visit the New Ham- pshire Historical Society, just a few blocks away from the Highway Hotel, where there is a special exhibit on Concord Coach painters. Not far from the Historical Society is the Franklin Pierce Manse, the home of the 14th U.S. President, now operated as an house museum by the Pierce Brigade. Head to Portsmouth, just one hour away, and you find Strawberry Banke restoration where there will be a revolutionary era war en- campment on the grounds, Aug. 8 and 9. Children are invited to attend a special event at the Bailey Aldrich Memorial, sponsored by Strawberry Banke. Children will be invited to play 18th and early 19th century games. Other activities include tours at the Shaker Village in Canterbury, a unique saw mill demonstration Aug. 16 at Taylor Mill in Derry (the only "up and down" sawmill in the northeast), 18th century cooking demonstrations at Old Fort No. 4 in Charlestown, and old home day and lunch in Sutton, "Old Time Farm Day" (Aug. 8) in Milton. There are at least 100 an- tique dealers spread out throughout the state. Antique August in New Hampshire will keep you busy. Don't forget the antiques exhibit in the Town Hall at the Cracker Barrel Bazaar in Newbury, Vt. today and tomorrow 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Antique appraisals are scheduled for Friday, from 10 a.m.-12 noon with auctioneer- appraiser Archie Steenburgh. At 1 p.m. Steenburgh will hammer the auction into action. Stuffed in the seat of an old "make do" were found old 18708 newspapers, 18808 dress patterns, 18608 copies of The Scientific American and an 1860s insurance manual. What a delightful find for the collector ! Social .€ TO WED--Kenneth Blaisdell, Vickey Tatro. BiaisdelI.Tatro wedding planned N. HAVERHILL--Mr. and School in Wells River and is Mrs. Stanley Tatro of Barnet currently employed by have announced the MeDonalds of St. Jotmsbury. engagement of their daughter, Kenneth is a 1980 graduate Vickey J. Tatro, to Kenneth D. of Woodsville High School and Blaisdell, son of Dr. and Mrs. is employed at Fadden Edwin Blaisdell of N. Automotive of North Haverhill. Haverhill. Vickey is a 1980 graduate of A spring 1982 wedding is Blue Mountain Union High planned. Cynthia Chase is engaged W. TOPSHAM--Mr. and Mrs. The prospective bridegroom Lloyd Chase of W. Topsham is a graduate of Spaulding have announced the High School and is employed engagement of their daughter, by Ray Spaulding Inc. in E. Cynthia Lou, to Gordon Barre. Francis Perry, son of Mrs. A spring 1982 wedding is Lucille Ryan of Barre, and the planned. late Dean Perry. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Spaulding High School in Barre. and The Fanny Allen School of Practical Nursing in Winooski. She is employed as an LPN at Central Vermont Hospital in Berlin. J DIAMONDS. WATCHES [ We Repair AC, CUTI:, TIMEX. J and All Makes. I ----GOfl. NH' 031 L. _(0.) 444-3351 A Woman', Po,o! o, V,ew | S Poin f View , I Life on the Farm |l ,rouu:00a.r , byFRANHYDE ' " 11  't  Horray! The second cutting of grass is in and once more l • .:s • ’o,,,, • --,,,,-s f.  IK', that dirtiest job on the farm is done again.., for a while. | ,",=,r";.',L."" .. , L', • "What's the dirtiest job?" you ask. In my opinion, the I [  ,o,-,, |'  A [ dirtiest job is putting old tires on to hold the black plastic [----//Y/#I$ l' French jppERVALLEYPLZA J which covers the haylage or silage in the bunker silo. Each • # J' \\;"" cutting is covered and then the plastic and tires moved back [ d /t,f. h WEST LEeANON N H i to make room for the next cutting, so we get to handle the I k  ----=,lw M,.,,t,,,noL mO,t SW,,:. j tires a number of times through the growing and harvesting season. If you think of "old tires" just as you may have taken them off your car, think again. These tires have been used over and over, have been out in all kinds of weather and so a large percentage of them will have an accumulation of water and silage trapped in them. (Rodents have even been known to take up residence in them.) As the tires are moved about by tossing, carrying and rolling, it is easy to imagine the con- tents might be thrown about impartially "perfuming" the tosser or catcher. Little wonder we're all glad when the job is done once more and we all head home for showers t But as I helped with the job on Friday, my mind was still up in the clouds. That was where I had actually been the evening before when I had realized one of my dreams.., that of flying over this beautiful Connecticut valley and seeing our farm from the air. As we were the last passengers on a charter flight, the pilots were willing to adjust their course from Auburn, Me., to Lebanon and to fly over this area. What a thrill to see the pattern on our corn fields created by the round and round planting. Also to see just where the heifers were grazing! There was a neighbor mowing grass, there the pond behind our farm, Bradford Main street with the church spires staading out, 1-91 and then Lake Morey and Lake Fairlee and on to the airport ! As we flew over this familiar area, I couldn't help but wish others who live here.., farmers or non-farmers.., could see it from the air. I'm sure it would give them a lasting thrill as it has me. FURTHER MARKDOWNS HAVE BEEN TAKEN On Mint All Summer Mdse. FARM FLOAT--Parade float demonstrates joys of WOODSVILL.E, N, H. ST. JOHNBURY, VT, farm life. I "' "" ' ' - -"- • JM LANDSCAPING J AND NURSERY I  River Road. Plermont, N.H. __ ,h !V ! I g Give Us A Call For Your Landscaping Needs 001,1t i , Talk Direct,At O00oSn00l ? With {_| Experienced P " e _l00l, - CALL:._(603)272-5864.00_ , I oe00. ! I Shade Trees Flowering | '''' Shrubs, Crabapples, Evergreens, Perennials, Roses FULLER COUPON CLIPPER Rev. Bagley to preach at W. Fairlee Center Church How to enjoy refunders' conventions Rev.W FAIRLEEArthur E.CENTERBagley will-- conduct the Sunday evening --i at w -- Pepperidge Farm Old Center Church Aug. 2 at 7:30 COUPON " Fashioned Muffins $1 p.m. --I am excited Refund Offer. Send the Mr. Bagley is presently to my first !  | • required refund form and minister of the Fairlee convention. What [ the package flaps listing Federated Church, where he with me? Do ingredients from any four served previously from 1968 to any advice for a ! packages of Pepperidge 1974. His father, the late Rev. Rioneer?- Farm Old Fashioned James H. Bagley, Sr., was Vacaville, Muffins. Expires March 31, pastor of Grace Methodist I    1982. Church in Bradford from the RA -- Most i• _. dlbl:. | -- Pillsbury $1 Refund time he retired from the Army Offer. Send the required in 1959 until 1974. go to conventions --. " " " --" -" " ,--| refund form, one box top / After completing 10 years of :hat we trade in photo from Pillsbury Plus Cake[service in the Navy, Arthur The see-through Mix, one label from Pills-,Bagley concentrated the forms: refund offers in my column, envelope to Sharon Semic, bury Ready-to-Spread Frost- 6115 Parson Lane, Harris- through the forms that around a lot at convention. sit down next to you look you find forms can use, you make of the usual "one name" restric- our extra deals" to the These are to which we the required Corn- are traded for take a large of coupons to | is done on a very I'll hand some- and et return. we need." new friends is one important parts a conversation another refunder kind of forms That usu- writing down names and so that we can forms by mail. to face helps to good trading rela-" to make up a "request list" leave for the As you look thousands this will remember the need. You can the Refunders' conventions are so much funI I am sure that you will enjoy yourself. For those readers who are interested in attending a convention, here are some upcoming ones and where to write for information: Indiana: Second Annual Indy Refunder's Convention, Sept. 25-26 at the Sheraton Motor Inn in Indianapolis. For information, send a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope to Jean Laad, 3619 Hearthstone Court, Indianapolis, Ind. 46227. Massachusetts: Central Massachusetts Third Annual Refunders Convention, Sept. 18-19. For information, send a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope to Loret- ta Bissonnette, 60 Ellen St., Leominster, Mass. 01453. Michigan: Tri State Refunders Convention (Michigan, Ohio and Indiana), Aug. 15 in Hills- dale, Mich. For information, send a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope to Sue Petrie, Box 51, Hillsdale, Mich. 49242. New York: New York State Refunders Convention, September 18-19, at the Genessee Plaza Holiday Inn. For information, send a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope to Judy Caruso, 11 Jewel St., Rochester, N.Y. I4621. Pennsylvania: First Annu- al Harrisburg Refunders Convention, Aug. 15 at the Hershey Convention Center. For information, send a stamped, self-addressed burg, Pa. 17111. Here's a refund form to write for: Consumer Affairs, Personal Products Co., Van Liew Avenue, Milltown, N.J. 08850. Ask for the Stayfree $2 refund form. This offer of a 50-cent refund and three 50-cerR coupons from Stay- free expires Jan. 31, 1983. Here is this week's list of refund offers. Start' looking for the required refund forms, which you can obtain at the supermarket, in news- paper and magazine advertisements and from trading with friends. Mean- while, start collecting the neededproofs of purchase as detailed below. Remember, some offers are not avail- able in all areas of the coun- try. Baked Goods, Desserts (File 7) -- Brick Oven Refund Offer. Receive a 50-cent refund. Send the required refund form, the words "Brick Oven English Muffin Toasting Bread" and-or "Brick Oven Raisin and Cin- namon Tea Loaf" cut from two Brick Oven packages and the proof-of-purchase seal from any tea. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. -- Johnston's Reddi-Wip Refund Offer. Receive a $I refund. Send the required refund form, the lock tab from any Reddi-Wip Topp- ing and the Universal Prod- uct Code from the back pan- el of tart-size Johnston's Ready-Crust. Expires Dec. 31, 1981. ing Supreme and a register tape with the price of a par- ty item (such as ice cream, candy, nuts or paper party supplies) circled. Expires Oct. 31, 1981. -- Old London Melba Toast and Jelly Refund Offer. Receive $1 refund. Send the required refund form, one jelly label and two box tops from any combina- tion of flavors of Old London Melba Toast. Expires Sept. 30, 1981. -- Rhodes Variety Bread Refund. Receive four 25- cent coupons. Send the required refund form and the front panels from four Rhodes Variety Bread wrappers. Expires March 31, 1982. -- Sara Lee-Florida Department of Citrus. Receive $1 in coupons. Send the required refund form and the ingredient list from any package of Sara Lee All Butter Coffee Cake. Expires Sept. 30, 1981. Bonus! This offer doesn't require a form: -- Keehler Sandwich Cookie Coupon Offer, P.O. Box NB-327, E1 Paso, Texas 79966. Receive two $1 coupons. Send five proofs of purchase from Keebler Fudge Nutty and-or Elfwich Sandwich Cookies, the words "Keebler Fudge Nutty and Elfwich Sandwich Cookie $2 Coupon Savings Offer" from one package and your name, address and ZIP code writ- ten on a 3-by-5-inch piece of paper. Expires Aug. 31, 1981. Copyright, 1981. United Feature Syndicate, Inc. on s'tudying theology, first in Boston. There he received a degree from the Pastors' School at Boston University and also was graduated from the Leland Powers School of the Theatre. Later he com- pleted his theological training at the University of London. In this connection he travelled in many countries all over the world, with special emphasis on following in the footsteps of St. Paul. On Jan. 1, 1981, Mr. Bagley joined the Conservative Congregational Christian Churches of America and was subsequently called to serve the Federated Church in Fairlee. His Sermon Aug. 2 will be entitled "A Con- temporary Thought with St. Paul". All are invited to attend this service. The W. Fairlee Center Church is four miles north of Lake Fairlee on Middle Brook Road. Thefford Hill Vesper Concert THETFORD The Tbetford Hill Congregational Church Vesper Concert will be held Sunday, Aug. 2 at 4 p.m. A program of baroque music will be presented by Hanley Daws on the violin and Mildred Leonard. harp- sicherdist, playing works of Corelli, Scarlatti, Bach, Handel and Leclair. The concert will be followed by refreshments. in Connecticut Valley Fair t Wend way through Bradford. :lCf  % a ALONG---American Field Service float in parade. •  ..... !? :: PARADER--Just being In the parade was this youngster. Snoopy float follows. PARADE FLOAT--Kids from Valley Cooperative Pre-Schoolride fifth-place float in fair parade.  ! : ................ I  ........ " ;e Connecncut" Valley Faw" : " Parade Winners ' HORSES AND RDERS of Bradford and Woodsville. Ist--Jade Huntington Another year the committee  2nd--JasminHuntington is planning -- for an added 3rd--DebbiePeterson attraction -- a Queen's FLOATS lst--Jones and Otterman 2rid--Cobblestone Alley Kids 3rd--Perry Family 4th--AFS (American Field Service) 5th--Valley Co-op Pre-School BEST OF SHOW Jones-Otterman CHILDREN IN COSTUMES 1st--Bill Fisher 2nd--D.J. Maxwell 3rd--Bethanne Hathaway 4th--Tammy Piper 5th--Katie Piper DECORATED BICYCLES 1st--Seth Bean 2nd--Sarah Coffin 3rd--Travis Perry 4th--Lori Bean 5th--Jamie Kingsbury ODDITIES lst--Jaycees 2nd--Tina Benzie 3rd--Senior Citizens 4th--Bradford Fire Truck Engine No. 2 ANTIQUE CARS 1st--Dan Perry 2rid--Cliff French 3rd--Paul Sargent Judges were Mabel Hum- phrey, Ken Vittum and Larry Coffin. The music for the parade was provided by "Cook's Band Wagon" (with Reginald D. Bagley as one of the members) followed by a concert on the fair grounds Color Guards: Bradford American Legion, North Haverhill V.F.W. and Auxiliary and National Guard Contest. For any girls ages 14 to 18. Details will be announced at a later date. The Chairman for the ON PARADE---4-Her's parade was Mrs. Dean march with cattle in Larabee. Valley Fair parade. Wednesday, July 29 WELLS RIVER: Senior citizens luncheon, United Church of Christ vestry, serving at noon, reservations 757-2206. Thursday, July 30 W. TOPSHAM: Tri-Village Thrift Shop on Rte. 25 open from 1-4 p.m. with consignments of fall and winter clothing, household goods and collectible items. Saturday, Aug. l FAIRIEE: Lord's Acre Auction, for benefit of Federated Church Sunday School, on the common, 10 a.m. Sunday, August 2 FAIRLEE: Rev. William Atkinson will conduct summer Eucharist at St. Martin's Chapel, Lake Morey Rd. East, 9:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 3 BRADFORD: Upper Valley , As.s..iation for. HandicaorPd Citizens monthly meeting, Life Skills center oenlna uramor Academy, 7: 30 pm. Tuesday, Aug. 4 THETFORD HILL: Music from The Sacred Harp .performed by Western Wind Vocal Sextet, sponsored by t'arisn-rlayers, Thefford Hill Grange Hall, admission $5, 8 p.m. (Reser- vations 785-4344). Wednesday, Aug. 5 Community Health Services town nurse will check for hypertension, weight and diabetes at Bradford Senior Center, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., and at E. Corinth Library, 1-4 p.m, S. Ryegate-Groton Homemakers, "Learn to Listen," leader Winnie Frost, at Maydene Bone's. July 29, 1981.The Journal Opinion-Page 3 Patricia Kinghorn plans to wed in September BRADFORD--Mr. and Mrs. the late Mrs. Taylor, and Mrs. S. Robert Kinghorn of Glen Clement Kinghorn of Pier- Arm, Md., have announced mont and the late Mr. the engagement of their Kinghorn. daughter, Patricia Lynn Mr. Carrington is a Kinghorn, to William J. graduate of East Catholic Carrington III, son of Mr. and High School in Manchester Mrs. William J. Carrington, Connecticut and received his Jr.,ofS. Windsor, Conn. B.S. Degree from Bryant Miss Kinghorn is a graduate College. His grandparents are of Freedom High School in Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Smith Bethlehem, Pa., and received of North Port, Fla., and the her B.S. Degree from Bryant late Mr. and Mrs. William J. College in Rhode Island. Carrington, Sr. Her grandparents are Mr. A September wedding is Leo Taylor of Bradford, and planned. This year New Hampshire will celebrate "an Antique August." The calendar of events will include auctions, antique shows and sales, historic displays, exhibits and tours. For collectors and dealers the highlight of the month-long celebration will be the 24th annual New Hampshire Antique Dealers Association show and sale at the Highway Hotel in Concord Aug. 6-8. The show draws serious collectors of period country furniture and accessories. Antique pewter, porcelain, jewelry and glass will also be exhibited. The show opens at 11 a.m. on all three days and closes at 9 p.m. on the first two days and at 6 p.m. on the final day. Show visitors might also want to visit the New Ham- pshire Historical Society, just a few blocks away from the Highway Hotel, where there is a special exhibit on Concord Coach painters. Not far from the Historical Society is the Franklin Pierce Manse, the home of the 14th U.S. President, now operated as an house museum by the Pierce Brigade. Head to Portsmouth, just one hour away, and you find Strawberry Banke restoration where there will be a revolutionary era war en- campment on the grounds, Aug. 8 and 9. Children are invited to attend a special event at the Bailey Aldrich Memorial, sponsored by Strawberry Banke. Children will be invited to play 18th and early 19th century games. Other activities include tours at the Shaker Village in Canterbury, a unique saw mill demonstration Aug. 16 at Taylor Mill in Derry (the only "up and down" sawmill in the northeast), 18th century cooking demonstrations at Old Fort No. 4 in Charlestown, and old home day and lunch in Sutton, "Old Time Farm Day" (Aug. 8) in Milton. There are at least 100 an- tique dealers spread out throughout the state. Antique August in New Hampshire will keep you busy. Don't forget the antiques exhibit in the Town Hall at the Cracker Barrel Bazaar in Newbury, Vt. today and tomorrow 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Antique appraisals are scheduled for Friday, from 10 a.m.-12 noon with auctioneer- appraiser Archie Steenburgh. At 1 p.m. Steenburgh will hammer the auction into action. Stuffed in the seat of an old "make do" were found old 18708 newspapers, 18808 dress patterns, 18608 copies of The Scientific American and an 1860s insurance manual. What a delightful find for the collec tor ! Social .€ TO WED--Kenneth Blaisdell, Vickey Tatro. BiaisdelI.Tatro wedding planned N. HAVERHILL--Mr. and School in Wells River and is Mrs. Stanley Tatro of Barnet currently employed by have announced the MeDonalds of St. Jotmsbury. engagement of their daughter, Kenneth is a 1980 graduate Vickey J. Tatro, to Kenneth D. of Woodsville High School and Blaisdell, son of Dr. and Mrs. is employed at Fadden Edwin Blaisdell of N. Automotive of North Haverhill. Haverhill. Vickey is a 1980 graduate of A spring 1982 wedding is Blue Mountain Union High planned. Cynthia Chase is engaged W. TOPSHAM--Mr. and Mrs. The prospective bridegroom Lloyd Chase of W. Topsham is a graduate of Spaulding have announced the High School and is employed engagement of their daughter, by Ray Spaulding Inc. in E. Cynthia Lou, to Gordon Barre. Francis Perry, son of Mrs. A spring 1982 wedding is Lucille Ryan of Barre, and the planned. late Dean Perry. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Spaulding High School in Barre. and The Fanny Allen School of Practical Nursing in Winooski. She is employed as an LPN at Central Vermont Hospital in Berlin. J DIAMONDS. WATCHES [ We Repair AC, CUTI:, TIMEX. J and All Makes. I ----GOfl. NH' 031 L. _(0.) 444-3351 A Woman', Po,o! o, V,ew | S Poin f View , I Life on the Farm |l ,rouu:00a.r , byFRANHYDE ' " 11  't  Horray! The second cutting of grass is in and once more l • .:s • ’o,,,, • --,,,,-s f.  IK', that dirtiest job on the farm is done again.., for a while. | ,",=,r";.',L."" .. , L', • "What's the dirtiest job?" you ask. In my opinion, the I [  ,o,-,, |'  A [ dirtiest job is putting old tires on to hold the black plastic [----//Y/#I$ l' French jppERVALLEYPLZA J which covers the haylage or silage in the bunker silo. Each • # J' \\;"" cutting is covered and then the plastic and tires moved back [ d /t,f. h WEST LEeANON N H i to make room for the next cutting, so we get to handle the I k  ----=,lw M,.,,t,,,noL mO,t SW,,:. j tires a number of times through the growing and harvesting season. If you think of "old tires" just as you may have taken them off your car, think again. These tires have been used over and over, have been out in all kinds of weather and so a large percentage of them will have an accumulation of water and silage trapped in them. (Rodents have even been known to take up residence in them.) As the tires are moved about by tossing, carrying and rolling, it is easy to imagine the con- tents might be thrown about impartially "perfuming" the tosser or catcher. Little wonder we're all glad when the job is done once more and we all head home for showers t But as I helped with the job on Friday, my mind was still up in the clouds. That was where I had actually been the evening before when I had realized one of my dreams.., that of flying over this beautiful Connecticut valley and seeing our farm from the air. As we were the last passengers on a charter flight, the pilots were willing to adjust their course from Auburn, Me., to Lebanon and to fly over this area. What a thrill to see the pattern on our corn fields created by the round and round planting. Also to see just where the heifers were grazing! There was a neighbor mowing grass, there the pond behind our farm, Bradford Main street with the church spires staading out, 1-91 and then Lake Morey and Lake Fairlee and on to the airport ! As we flew over this familiar area, I couldn't help but wish others who live here.., farmers or non-farmers.., could see it from the air. I'm sure it would give them a lasting thrill as it has me. FURTHER MARKDOWNS HAVE BEEN TAKEN On Mint All Summer Mdse. FARM FLOAT--Parade float demonstrates joys of WOODSVILL.E, N, H. ST. JOHNBURY, VT, farm life. I "' "" ' ' - -"- • JM LANDSCAPING J AND NURSERY I  River Road. Plermont, N.H. __ ,h !V ! I g Give Us A Call For Your Landscaping Needs 001,1t i , Talk Direct,At O00oSn00l ? With {_| Experienced P " e _l00l, - CALL:._(603)272-5864.00_ , I oe00. ! I Shade Trees Flowering | '''' Shrubs, Crabapples, Evergreens, Perennials, Roses