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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-August 12, 1981 I aad 00Varied concert set in Bradford lnment .J i!!gaArDiiS:bgee pt//im  ioayde!:ndy, SnmsPiOTVge; ri i hrrit:re,ofnigg::otf ithumereSnlaYlsSii ! Concert is set at Thetford Hill fall and this country, as well as some Of their own music. A special feature in the concert will be two new residents to this area, Mary Ann Samuels and Jerry Rock- well, who play mountain and hammered dulcimers, psaltery, guitar and recorder They are well-known musicians in the Burlington area, where they have resided and taught for several years They have performed old music and original com- positions in Vermont, on the east coast, and in the British Isles. Jerry is also the author of two books on the mountain Congregational Church, with composers representing a range from J. S. Bach to Ned Rorem of our day. Jeffrey Fullerton, flutist, with Katrina Munn at the piano, will play "Introduction and Variations," by Franz Schubert. Becky Ewing will perform four songs by Ned Rorem, accompanied by Miss Munn. Fullerton and Miss Munn will next play the "Sonata for Flute and Piano," by Francis Betty LaWhite of South Royalton. Becky Ewing, soprano, began her voice studies under Katharine De Boer of Haverhill while in high school. Mter attending Hartt School of Music, Hartford, Ct., she continued herstudies with Bouman. Gall Powers, former Oxbow She has been a participant student, graduated cum laude of many music groups in- "last May from the University eluding the Bel Canto singers, of Vermont with a degree in Dartmouth Summer Chorus, Music Education, piano North Country Chorus, major. She studied piano there productions with NCCT and with Elizabeth Metcalfe and the Bradford Repertory Irene Vogelmaun. She has Theater. In the summer of sung in the North Country TIIETFORD HILL-- The duo Wintergreen and two musical friends will present a concert of 2 and 4-part music Aug. 14 at 8 p.m. in the Grange Hall at Ttmtford Hill. Sam Moffatt and Phil Thorne have been playing together for a year, both in this area and cross-country, where they took an extended trip last spring. Many people are familiar with Sam for her hammered dulcimer playing -- she has performed and taught in schools in the Upper Valley for the past three years. She and Theme combine the dulcimer Susan Spaulding of Royalton is a Senior at the Hartt School of Music and studied French horn with Paul Ingraham. She was a finalist in the 1981 Concerto competition at Hartt. She also toured Europe with American Youth in Song. She will bring her own ac- companist, Betty LaWhite, of S. Royalton. Jeffrey Fullerton, a native of Woodsville, will be graduated this year from the University of New Hampshire where he has studied flute The admission charge is $3. following Children 12 and under may Profits fromthe( attend without charge, go to the Refreshmentswillbeserved Chorus 111 gr. 111 Central St. Woodsville, N.H. Just Back From A Short Musical And Ready To Help You The Night Away. accepted to participate in an exchange program at San __ Diego State University in [illl--,,I, California the first semester DlilUK := .... of last year and studied with Karen Reynolds. While in San Diego, he played flute in a Velvet musical theatre company which tours annually in California. He has also been a participant in the Julius Baker master classes. Katrina Munn, a Bradford native, is active as organist, For Reservations Call Before 7:00 choir director and piano (603)747-2505or747-2840 teacher, and is accompanist of Becky Ewing the North Country Chorus. and harp with his flute, pennywhistle, guitar and hand-drums to play melodies and songs from Ireland, northern Europe, West Africa dulcimer. A $2.50 donation will be requested at the door, $1.25 for children under 12 and senior citizens. HELDOVER 2::00 p.m., 7:00 p.m. & 8:45p.m. The Great Muppet Capers ( To avoid exasperation Decide upon your destination. Poulenc. Gall Powers will play "Prelude" and "Sarabande," from "Pour le Piano" by Claude Debussy, followed by the brilliant "Toccata," by Khatchaturian. Miss Ewing and Fullerton will join forces in an aria from the "St. John Passion" by J. S. Bach and a special treat will be the "Sonata for French No Name Revue i set at Thetford , ,. , THETFORD--The Parish Gail Powers Jeffrey Fullerton Players' production, "The No Name Revue," an evening of comedy in songs and sketches GRUBBY created and performed by a K cast of 12, will play two per- formances at the Thetford / GRUB./ Grange Aug. 21-22 at 8 p.m. "The No Name Revue" comprises original material, much of it developed in the c '" Parish Players' im- I provisational comedy "'" Traveli singly or with a tour, workshop which started in June. Additional written songs and sketches have come from ) Book [lOW to be sure. _ X the castandlocal writers, k_-----a ravet. "The No Name Revue" .0 touches many bases in the Rural Delivery "  course of more than 20 pieces r dealing with the White House budget process, a monkey in I K,ND o AN/k PA,NTs,) I E 3ald  an ice cream stre' handguns' ' A'TI'T "9 /  - raw a dancing lesson, space in- vaders addiction, |6bO HOUSE JIN ST, 0) andACetylchline'more, office sexism, ; (lK)Z) 649-170  Performers in "The No Name Revue" include Ryegate, Rebecca Beattie of Hanover, Robin Ellison of F E.  White .River Jet., Christine Hemp of Newbury, Paul Lojeski of Burlington, Sandria B Mclntire of Etna, Belinda Ray of Thetford Center, Louis ' I: Dean Whitlock of Pest :MIS, "The No Name Revue" and FOB IISCULAR DYS11tOPIP/ the comedy workshop are '&lad CYSTIC IFROIS directed by Bill aoardman, director of Vermont Public Radio's comedy show, the "Panther Program." Tickets for "The No Name Revue" are $3.50 reserved, $3 general admission. Phone (802) 785-4344 for reservations. I I featuring Bob Hanley and Reunited TWITCH SATURDAY, AUGUST 15th, 1981 9 P.M. 111 1 A.M, F'riday through Thursday FIF/"( )OLLARS FRON " BRADFORD ARMORY, Bracttord, Vt.  v e,v,,s, PLEASE ! DooaSou - S4.00 pr pmm I L,'%7,,. CHINESE AUCTION Co-fealure For Donating Items: Call 802-222-5758 Fri.-Sat,-Sun.Only dl I[I L II I I II JI IIIIIIIII GOING, PE! COICC'UT V&LI.] JAYCE ]. . .............. Cc MCMUOI '-"-...-- IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern $R',V oV ,V/.# $OLIEI T'Y tRg /P/m'5 7"//. ,, -" %,, .#EV"5 7"o WII Titllt NOS6$ ttOTlmeS eW oH CIk,C*,Bk, s-oot,9..oo 802-333"9140 "" "" ""= By Warren Sattler By AI Smith By 1 J. Coates Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a word. Then circle A, B or C for the cor- rect meaning (or definition). Score yourself as follows: 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-Fair 3 Correct-Good 14) Correct-Poor N!OMK ,,--7 A. DNA  RttC, ULE C. EX POSK CLUE: Make fun Of 2. RtI,O R 1 --1 A BI/ 8 HoNoR C. SF_.VERtTy CLUE= Rule with an iron hand 3 NOSERD I . 00Ke a. ooze outer CLUE= SNZZZZZZZZ'ZZZ 4. [-]li= AIZI s O Ui A. ICA61ER 8. HqPP', C. AHPy CI.UZ* Let's get going! STARSCOPE lay Clore Annswell WEEK OF: AUGUST 13, 1981 AQUARIUS - January 21 February 19 Differences of opinion can work to your favor if you learn s from "opponent." Romance may lag a little, but it soon ! that department. PISCES -- February 20 March 20 Partnership arrangements need review and perhaps an ion. Psychic instincts can be sharp now. Financial delayed; perhaps you should issue reminders. ARIES - March 21-April 20 Sympathetic friend may get in your hair and you may him/her -- politely -- to back off a little. Competitive sharp; use them creatively. TAURUS - April 21-May 22 Plans go away and the trick now is to hold fast to humor. A little nostalgia is enjoyed when a reminder breezes through your life, GEMINI -- May 23-June 21 Unhappy acquaintances try their hardest to bring you cheerful plateau. Boredom at work suddenly turns to you're in the heart of the action. CANCER- June 22-July 22 Family disputes will not solve themselves, so mediate as possible. Creative work has its financial rewards, in and understatement are favored. LEO - July 23-August 22 New hobby can hook you, but don't forget may need to be knocked out of their shells. may be entering the friendship arena. VIRGO - August 23-September 22 Hosting is your game this week, and it's worth special touches. Any trip taken or planned now will pected forays and finds. LIBRA - September 23-October 22 It's tempting to offer oodles of advice, but try to may suddenly feel outspoken. New relationship is steadier course. SCORPIO - October 23 Noember 21 Luck is on your side where career and community volved. You come out the winner -- though you may Make the effort to accept apologies graciously. SAGITTARIUS - November 22 December Cash may arrive from unexpected sources and A troublesome relationship may not be improving, obstacles are appearing. CAPRICORN - December Sports are accented, especially partnership activities, too, is emphasized this week. Weekend's tiring than anticipated. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK Magnanimous, enthusiastic and a spectacular sometimes snobbish and fixed in your opinions. proves through the year while domestic BORN THIS WEEK August 13th, actor Neville Brand; 14th, actress 1Sth, actress danice Rule; 16th, actor Robert Culp; Maureen O'Hara; 18th, actor Robert Redford; 19th, John. ACROSS 32. Furnished with shoes 1. Apex 33. Comments 4"ldql 4. Head 35. Permit coverings 37. Heavenly 8. Woter borrier being l|. Auricle 39. Requires 12. Warmth 42. Ventilate 13. High priest 43. Peruse 14. Girl's name 45. Mouth port 16. Battered 46. Things in low 18, Tr,nslote 47. Shode trees 20. Compels 48 Oceon 22, Bind DOWN 25. Paid notice 7. 26. Note of stole 1, Golf mound 8, 27. Eoter 2. Rowing 9. 28. Song thrush implement 10. 30. Harden 3. Cost 15. 31 Internotionol 4. Opportunities 17. language 5 Diphthong 19, 6. Separates Page 2-The Journal Opinion-August 12, 1981 I aad 00Varied concert set in Bradford lnment .J i!!gaArDiiS:bgee pt//im  ioayde!:ndy, SnmsPiOTVge; ri i hrrit:re,ofnigg::otf ithumereSnlaYlsSii ! Concert is set at Thetford Hill fall and this country, as well as some Of their own music. A special feature in the concert will be two new residents to this area, Mary Ann Samuels and Jerry Rock- well, who play mountain and hammered dulcimers, psaltery, guitar and recorder They are well-known musicians in the Burlington area, where they have resided and taught for several years They have performed old music and original com- positions in Vermont, on the east coast, and in the British Isles. Jerry is also the author of two books on the mountain Congregational Church, with composers representing a range from J. S. Bach to Ned Rorem of our day. Jeffrey Fullerton, flutist, with Katrina Munn at the piano, will play "Introduction and Variations," by Franz Schubert. Becky Ewing will perform four songs by Ned Rorem, accompanied by Miss Munn. Fullerton and Miss Munn will next play the "Sonata for Flute and Piano," by Francis Betty LaWhite of South Royalton. Becky Ewing, soprano, began her voice studies under Katharine De Boer of Haverhill while in high school. Mter attending Hartt School of Music, Hartford, Ct., she continued herstudies with Bouman. Gall Powers, former Oxbow She has been a participant student, graduated cum laude of many music groups in- "last May from the University eluding the Bel Canto singers, of Vermont with a degree in Dartmouth Summer Chorus, Music Education, piano North Country Chorus, major. She studied piano there productions with NCCT and with Elizabeth Metcalfe and the Bradford Repertory Irene Vogelmaun. She has Theater. In the summer of sung in the North Country TIIETFORD HILL-- The duo Wintergreen and two musical friends will present a concert of 2 and 4-part music Aug. 14 at 8 p.m. in the Grange Hall at Ttmtford Hill. Sam Moffatt and Phil Thorne have been playing together for a year, both in this area and cross-country, where they took an extended trip last spring. Many people are familiar with Sam for her hammered dulcimer playing -- she has performed and taught in schools in the Upper Valley for the past three years. She and Theme combine the dulcimer Susan Spaulding of Royalton is a Senior at the Hartt School of Music and studied French horn with Paul Ingraham. She was a finalist in the 1981 Concerto competition at Hartt. She also toured Europe with American Youth in Song. She will bring her own ac- companist, Betty LaWhite, of S. Royalton. Jeffrey Fullerton, a native of Woodsville, will be graduated this year from the University of New Hampshire where he has studied flute The admission charge is $3. following Children 12 and under may Profits fromthe( attend without charge, go to the Refreshmentswillbeserved Chorus 111 gr. 111 Central St. Woodsville, N.H. Just Back From A Short Musical And Ready To Help You The Night Away. accepted to participate in an exchange program at San __ Diego State University in [illl--,,I, California the first semester DlilUK := .... of last year and studied with Karen Reynolds. While in San Diego, he played flute in a Velvet musical theatre company which tours annually in California. He has also been a participant in the Julius Baker master classes. Katrina Munn, a Bradford native, is active as organist, For Reservations Call Before 7:00 choir director and piano (603)747-2505or747-2840 teacher, and is accompanist of Becky Ewing the North Country Chorus. and harp with his flute, pennywhistle, guitar and hand-drums to play melodies and songs from Ireland, northern Europe, West Africa dulcimer. A $2.50 donation will be requested at the door, $1.25 for children under 12 and senior citizens. HELDOVER 2::00 p.m., 7:00 p.m. & 8:45p.m. The Great Muppet Capers ( To avoid exasperation Decide upon your destination. Poulenc. Gall Powers will play "Prelude" and "Sarabande," from "Pour le Piano" by Claude Debussy, followed by the brilliant "Toccata," by Khatchaturian. Miss Ewing and Fullerton will join forces in an aria from the "St. John Passion" by J. S. Bach and a special treat will be the "Sonata for French No Name Revue i set at Thetford , ,. , THETFORD--The Parish Gail Powers Jeffrey Fullerton Players' production, "The No Name Revue," an evening of comedy in songs and sketches GRUBBY created and performed by a K cast of 12, will play two per- formances at the Thetford / GRUB./ Grange Aug. 21-22 at 8 p.m. "The No Name Revue" comprises original material, much of it developed in the c '" Parish Players' im- I provisational comedy "'" Traveli singly or with a tour, workshop which started in June. Additional written songs and sketches have come from ) Book [lOW to be sure. _ X the castandlocal writers, k_-----a ravet. "The No Name Revue" .0 touches many bases in the Rural Delivery "  course of more than 20 pieces r dealing with the White House budget process, a monkey in I K,ND o AN/k PA,NTs,) I E 3ald  an ice cream stre' handguns' ' A'TI'T "9 /  - raw a dancing lesson, space in- vaders addiction, |6bO HOUSE JIN ST, 0) andACetylchline'more, office sexism, ; (lK)Z) 649-170  Performers in "The No Name Revue" include Ryegate, Rebecca Beattie of Hanover, Robin Ellison of F E.  White .River Jet., Christine Hemp of Newbury, Paul Lojeski of Burlington, Sandria B Mclntire of Etna, Belinda Ray of Thetford Center, Louis ' I: Dean Whitlock of Pest :MIS, "The No Name Revue" and FOB IISCULAR DYS11tOPIP/ the comedy workshop are '&lad CYSTIC IFROIS directed by Bill aoardman, director of Vermont Public Radio's comedy show, the "Panther Program." Tickets for "The No Name Revue" are $3.50 reserved, $3 general admission. Phone (802) 785-4344 for reservations. I I featuring Bob Hanley and Reunited TWITCH SATURDAY, AUGUST 15th, 1981 9 P.M. 111 1 A.M, F'riday through Thursday FIF/"( )OLLARS FRON " BRADFORD ARMORY, Bracttord, Vt.  v e,v,,s, PLEASE ! DooaSou - S4.00 pr pmm I L,'%7,,. CHINESE AUCTION Co-fealure For Donating Items: Call 802-222-5758 Fri.-Sat,-Sun.Only dl I[I L II I I II JI IIIIIIIII GOING, PE! COICC'UT V&LI.] JAYCE ]. . .............. Cc MCMUOI '-"-...-- IT JUST SO HAPPENED by Kern $R',V oV ,V/.# $OLIEI T'Y tRg /P/m'5 7"//. ,, -" %,, .#EV"5 7"o WII Titllt NOS6$ ttOTlmeS eW oH CIk,C*,Bk, s-oot,9..oo 802-333"9140 "" "" ""= By Warren Sattler By AI Smith By 1 J. Coates Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a word. Then circle A, B or C for the cor- rect meaning (or definition). Score yourself as follows: 4 Correct-Excellent 2 Correct-Fair 3 Correct-Good 14) Correct-Poor N!OMK ,,--7 A. DNA  RttC, ULE C. EX POSK CLUE: Make fun Of 2. RtI,O R 1 --1 A BI/ 8 HoNoR C. SF_.VERtTy CLUE= Rule with an iron hand 3 NOSERD I . 00Ke a. ooze outer CLUE= SNZZZZZZZZ'ZZZ 4. [-]li= AIZI s O Ui A. ICA61ER 8. HqPP', C. AHPy CI.UZ* Let's get going! STARSCOPE lay Clore Annswell WEEK OF: AUGUST 13, 1981 AQUARIUS - January 21 February 19 Differences of opinion can work to your favor if you learn s from "opponent." Romance may lag a little, but it soon ! that department. PISCES -- February 20 March 20 Partnership arrangements need review and perhaps an ion. Psychic instincts can be sharp now. Financial delayed; perhaps you should issue reminders. ARIES - March 21-April 20 Sympathetic friend may get in your hair and you may him/her -- politely -- to back off a little. Competitive sharp; use them creatively. TAURUS - April 21-May 22 Plans go away and the trick now is to hold fast to humor. A little nostalgia is enjoyed when a reminder breezes through your life, GEMINI -- May 23-June 21 Unhappy acquaintances try their hardest to bring you cheerful plateau. Boredom at work suddenly turns to you're in the heart of the action. CANCER- June 22-July 22 Family disputes will not solve themselves, so mediate as possible. Creative work has its financial rewards, in and understatement are favored. LEO - July 23-August 22 New hobby can hook you, but don't forget may need to be knocked out of their shells. may be entering the friendship arena. VIRGO - August 23-September 22 Hosting is your game this week, and it's worth special touches. Any trip taken or planned now will pected forays and finds. LIBRA - September 23-October 22 It's tempting to offer oodles of advice, but try to may suddenly feel outspoken. New relationship is steadier course. SCORPIO - October 23 Noember 21 Luck is on your side where career and community volved. You come out the winner -- though you may Make the effort to accept apologies graciously. SAGITTARIUS - November 22 December Cash may arrive from unexpected sources and A troublesome relationship may not be improving, obstacles are appearing. CAPRICORN - December Sports are accented, especially partnership activities, too, is emphasized this week. Weekend's tiring than anticipated. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK Magnanimous, enthusiastic and a spectacular sometimes snobbish and fixed in your opinions. proves through the year while domestic BORN THIS WEEK August 13th, actor Neville Brand; 14th, actress 1Sth, actress danice Rule; 16th, actor Robert Culp; Maureen O'Hara; 18th, actor Robert Redford; 19th, John. ACROSS 32. Furnished with shoes 1. Apex 33. Comments 4"ldql 4. Head 35. Permit coverings 37. Heavenly 8. Woter borrier being l|. Auricle 39. Requires 12. Warmth 42. Ventilate 13. High priest 43. Peruse 14. Girl's name 45. Mouth port 16. Battered 46. Things in low 18, Tr,nslote 47. Shode trees 20. Compels 48 Oceon 22, Bind DOWN 25. Paid notice 7. 26. Note of stole 1, Golf mound 8, 27. Eoter 2. Rowing 9. 28. Song thrush implement 10. 30. Harden 3. Cost 15. 31 Internotionol 4. Opportunities 17. language 5 Diphthong 19, 6. Separates