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COUPON CLIPPER North Country Cht,rus supper MONROE--The North has also been a participant in amateur singers under the August 12, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 reHOW tO trade - and save - proofs of purchase back into my Ving three emp- • "'.[ms. packages that I Cash Refund Offer. Send the required refund form and the front panels from any three bags of Baker's Coco- nut. Expires June 1, 1982. before she -- Kraft Frosty Caramel- g ding there in Banana Offer. Receive a $I about the fate coupon. Send the required ious collection of refund form, proof-of-par- i abels that her chase seals from two 14- d ordered her to ounce bags of Kraft Country Chorus will sponsor a a number of choral festivals, a fund-raising Baked Bean highlighted one being its at- supper in the Monroe Town Hall, August 15 from 5 p.m. until all are served. The menu will consist of baked beans, ham, cole-slaw, brown bread, and home made pies. Prices for adults are $3.50, children under 12 are $1.50, and pre-schoolers, free. The North Country Chorus, which draws its membership from both sides of the Con- necticut River, is fast ap- proaching its 30th year as a Northern Vermont and New tendance at the Cork (Ireland) Chorus and Folk Dance Festival four years ago. This year and through next spring the Chorus members are undertaking" fundraising activities to help underwrite some of the costs of a Summer. 1982 choral tour of England. This tour will culminate in a joint concert with the Harlow Chorus, whose members gave a series of concerts in the New York-New England region one year ago. The North Country long-time direction of Mary Rowe of Wells River• It also owes its existence to a core of devoted friends and families whose attendance at concerts and donations of time and money have enabled the Chorus to continue to offer high quality performances to the area communities and schools. The number of members in the North Country Chorus fluctuates with the seasons with as few as 40 or so per- formers for light summer programs to over 100 singers Social 4 • :{ Rev. Atux00r will preach are Caramels and a register the Ch,,ejios receipt with the price of 1 ly said. Now, pound or more of Dole i to tell me how nananas circled. Expires [ down on the size cents and should be traded being asked for by the cam- Sept. 30, 1981. • r [Proof-of-purchase for other box tops and labels panies offering refunds," I -- La Choy Soy Sauce J[  Where do we of about the same trading advised. "An example would Offer. Receive a bottle of Pa value." be the Green Giant ingred- soy sauce. Send the required de proofs," I "I have saved up 30 lent statement. That is the refund form and one com- . UYOu sent for the Cheerios boxes," said proof that 99percent of the plete label from any La th Anniversary Wendy. "How many should I Green Giant offers ask for• Choy Sweet and Sour GrEen- trade?" Readers who would also tal (with chicken or pork). ' !, bet my kids "Keep about 10 of them like to save space can make Expires Oct. 31, 1981. 'ltJ and trade the rest," I up their own lists of popular -- Oven Fry $1 Pork Refund. Send the refund form, two empty pouches from Oven Fry Coating for Hampshire cultural in- stitution. It has over these years performed a huge variety and number of concerts in various communities in both states. It Chorus members and their friends hosted the Harlow Chorus at that time. The North Country Chorus in a large part owes its existence to a membership of Burndy sets open house at N. Haverhill plant N. HAVERHILL--Burndy Corporation, worldwide manufacturer of electrical and electronic connectors, will hold an open house Aug. when such classic works as "The Messiah" are performed at Christmas and Easter. Membership has always been open to anyone with no in- dividual tryouts. Simply showing up at the beginning of a season's rehearsal schedule and sticking it out have been the only requirements. The Chorus is recognized by the IRS as a non-profit organization, thus any con- tribution to its support is tax- deductible, and although any help is gratefully appreciated, the membership expects to do all it can to help pay its way. Steaks were cooked to order enjoyed both before and after by the GLENCLIFF--Glencliff Durgin. Corn was donated by rolls and Home for the Elderly is Dick Swenson. Many ears of Sanborn, recruitment corn were steamed in the Dick Swenson and Noel Gaiser R.S.V.P. husk. Joe Adrian and Dick Rosen tight contests. volunteers Aug• 18, starting at and Larry @')mnell had The weather was ideal and I p.m. in the front part of the major parts  in the all attendees are • looking arrangements for this long forward to next year's picntc. established yearly event• IN. Haverhill student dted W. FAIRLEE CTR. -- Rev. Jeffery Atwater of Lyme will lead the evening service at W. Fairlee Center Church Aug. 16 at 7:30 p.m. The subject of his sermon will be "Jesus calms the storm." Atwater, who grew up in Agwam, Mass., was educated at Tufts, Andover-Newton Theological School, and Colgate-Rochester Divinity School. He holds a doctorate of Ministry in Pastoral Coun- seling from Andover-Newton, and is licensed as a Pastoral Counselor in New Hampshire. In 1958 he served as a student pastor in W. Newbury, and began his first full time pastorate the following year in Franeonia. He has served as pastor of the Lyme Town Ministry since 1970. INTERESTING FACT The painter Whistler LCD rt o time, 0ay date, month and year ChronOgraph with elapseO and intern',ia time Night t. lmagne A watt. h made esp : (holly for oggers Ar C ar,qv-)tte makes t, with the k3test *r ucftz utility, industrial plants, red her three advised. "You can save proofs based on the listings aerospace, computers, office technobgV s eaures J:,,de Corn Flakes side space by folding those that in this column, copiers, hand-held a stopwatch moOe that'oiOs calculators, appliances, home to /00 of a second o sp: Oap] .change for the you keep flat." Here's a refund form to 30 entertainment systems and road,n 0 teature b record Times [her three Cheer- Wendy asked whether write for: First Aid Kit Pork Chops and a register from 1-4 p.m. at its new many others, for two runners dun! t,me zone .Which I needed for there were any other meth- Offer, P.O. Box 14813, Balti- tape showing a pork facility on Benton Road in N. Burndy's domestic sales This results in such activities sometimes signed his work capab,lities, and. a hghtwe!ght I 1agffr Deputy Kit ads that she could use to cut more, Md. 21268. Send for purchase. Expires Sept. 30, Haverhill. organization consists of direct asthe Monroe Bean Supper. with a small butterfly, thafsmperviousfol:,rsp,rot,onblack case and plasf'.c strap Now you can (::/ways slav down on the space needed the form required by this 1981. PlantprovideManagereveryoneROy SnOWfrom aboutSales 60°fficeSlocations.and These,manufaC'in [i'" idl" .w ...... .,--... ' ....... ahead of tho paCkO.ly EV keep,ng$9.94. " La deal," said for her proof collection. $1.25 offer from Johnson -- Pillsbury Free Frost- said the open house is being turers' representatives in ,n ste'w,th t.Laravete .t do I need a "Thebig family-size boxes and Johnson by Oct. 1, 1981. ing Supreme Coupon. held to  l'rl to get the still take up a lot of room Here is this week's list of Receive a can of Pillsbury Haverhill and the surronnding turn, work with over 1,100 [ fftllf L, CA even if you fold them flat," I refund offers. Start looking Frosting Supreme. Send the area an opportunity to learn electrical and electronic RAVELLE of theKellogg's said. "For most of them, you for the required refund required refund form and more about Burndy, its distributors in addition to I | ,Ic .4 1. Offers require can save just the'big four.' forms, which you can obtain three labels from Pillsbury products,this new, andmodernSee first-handmanufac_ 7,5000sellingendandusers.servicingInternational°Ver | . ,.. ,*r-- • -o,.. . ,,. McAIli°*"°'00" d her. "Just cut Cut out the box tops, net- at the supermarket, in news- Ready to Spread Frosting g stel ['['urchaSeKellogg's sealsside salWeightproductStatementS'code symbolsUniver- advertisementsPaper and magazineand from Supreme.1981. Expires Dec. 31, turing facility, manufacturing operations are . .... . ........ ,..,., € _ ,a, I • ,,,,os * co-,,,,o, .... ,,,,- /1" lrA, " " The open house will inclide located in Canada, Belgium, ' " ,ffi, QUALITY JEWELERS I ! ! .o ,o .-, o - Ik"' "% ) ,ld them to P.O. and proof-of-purchase seals, trading with friends. Mean- -- Smucker's Message a plant tour, product displays, France, Germany, Italy, I I/L ,. " "*°" ,,' , . "x- J] -- v˘,.mW00duilla, - :llamazoo, Mich. Be sure to write down the while, start collecting the Board Offer. Receive a mes- N.H. product name and size on needed proofs of purchase as sage board. Send the strations and refreshments. Brazil, Japan and Australia. tBa WEST LEBANON. NHVA YPLAZ&-- I 747.3482 L | Ore March I, manufacturing demon-Spain, England, Mexico, If't/if/' *0 French 0,, \\;'% each of these proofs. Then detailed below. Remember, required refund form, one Burndy's Haverhill plant Of the over 4,500 employees, [' IT'S BULOVA WATCH  never traded use a paper clip or staple to some offers are not avail- Universal Product Code manufactures military more than 250 are engineers l .... Ik. J ==I Mu,^notmoAtmv,n. .[b._a  Ptlrchase before,"to the fromkeep them together.the able in all areas of the coun-, symbol from the front label connectors.Cylindrical and aircraft offeredand scientists.its stockBurndYto the publicfirst ll-'------'-------- ll ll 'L" TIME sT' ' this the way "You can save even more try. of any Smucker's Pickles space by carefully peeling Today s refund offers are and a check or money order I trade proofs one the label portion of the proof worth $11.11. for $1.. Expixs Dec. 31, Headquartered in Norwalk, in 1956, and was listed on the Ct., Burndy manufactures New York Stock Exchange in s,,Leeordxn cardboard behind Miscellaneous Food 1981. over 80,000 different types of 1961. It is now owned by more '*'*offers, I said. it." • Preducts (File g) -- Welch's Grape Savings. electrical and electronic than 3,000 shareewners of OESIGN YOUR OWNI € tlle Anniversary "That should help me get Receive $2.05 In coupons. connectors for use in such record in almost all the states aJust about equal rid of about three cartons of -- Bac-O Lettuce Refund Send the required refund unnecessary cardboard," Offer. Receive two heads of form and one jar label or Wo'li hip you dosilu yeur best furuituro leyt. Tkon wo'li build it for yeu. .Kthe Lone Ranger diverse markets as electrical and many foreign countries. said Wendy. "DO you have lettuce. Send the required net-weight statement from Welch's Grape Jelly, Jam or Lodge holds picnic Preserves. Expires Sept. 30, BRADFORD--Charity Lodge Larry made many trips in and 1981. No. 43 F. & A.M. of Bradford out the camp road and helped Copyright, 1951. Vnited Feature Syndicate. Inc. held a picnic Aug. 9 at the a great deal with the camp of Gary Moore and his organization of the event. father inFairlee. Horse shoe pitching was vere o ,ked to o er enjoyed both before and after new vohmteers Chef, George E. the feast of steak, corn, salad, rolls and beverage. Bill ' rlt . Sanborn, Butch Donnelly, Dick Swens(  and  el aiser contributed points in some . tittle easier to fie- any other ways that I can refund form and two "fresh- Cash refunds f save space? hess seals" from any jars of ]ps bring you a If you want, you can col- Bat-as. Expires Feb. 28, .  each of them lest just the popular proofs 1982. f , -- Bakers Coconut $1 Glencliff seeks GLENC [FF. Home f( the hosting a program for |]XB|'- URY-- More #--':' avid bidders and athered here last  the much publicized  an Simpson estate e to view some .s including what ur described as erful collection of qlaets" as well as a 00-volume book lacquered boxes, as well as European and American furniture. A Chilicote Indian chief's blanket sold on the first day for $20,500 while an 18-karat gold cigar trimmer brought $155. Indian baskets and pottery brought op bids of $1,000 or more while a photo sent to Miss Simpson by French sculptor Auguste Activity Building. The Home is located off Rte. 25 in Glencliff. RSVP, the Retired Senior Volunteer Program, is an agency that assists men and women 60 years and older to obtain meaningful and productive volunteer assignments in the com- munity. The program will outline the advantages of RSVP mem- bership and the many ways that prospective volunteers can help the residents of the Gteneliff Home. The one hour program will he followed by refreshments. You need not reserve a seat, however, it would be ap- preciated if you would contact the Glencliff Home to indicate your interest. For further information and-or tran- sportation contact Judy Lupien, Volunteer Coor- dinator, at (603) 989-5821, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. I'vpson loved to 4Uan Carlisle Baker, [," Umeroos antiques id. She loved {t ef.Pecial mementoes eial places she o,Was her passion, ,e added. i,  a lot of people -- I y  who knew her t to own something r • [10,,, croon. I'm sure ne said before the Rodin in 1904 fetched $375. A round hutch table brought $1,400 while a 156-piece French service was bought for $6OO. For months, auctioneers Fred Elliot, Lawrence Earle and David Whitcomb have promoted this auction as the biggest and the most im- portant of the 1981 Vermont antiques season. But don't despair if you missed last week's ex- For the wee Grandparents are special of the richness of family. people tolittle ones. For some children, Gran- A generation ago most of us dma and Grandpa live man] had grandparents who lived miles away. They are stfl nearby. "Over the river and very important to their through the woods to grin- grandchildren. A recent dmother's house we go . . ." survey of children's attitudes stated that grandparents ranked high on the children's list of priorities, even when they lived at quite a distance. Personal experience confirms this. With school vacations and beautiful weather in the north country, summer is usually a time for exchanging visits with relatives. It is important that both children and grandparents (or aunts and uncle, etc.) have a realistic impression of what to expect from one another; that the adultS can plan activities • that are appropriate to the age and development of the child; and that the child can be somewhat considerate of the interests and health of the older adult. GrandparentS should know approximately what rules and methods of discipline the parent uses with the child. When visits occur frequently, these things are known through expemence. But in a shorter vacation visit, if some basics are explained in advance there is more time for fun. My children's grandparents live a long day's travel away from Vermont, but they are still an important part of their travaganza. Earle says that at was not just a nostalgic Y has the desire least two more two-day sales refrain but was woven into the tl°ne thing here, one of Simpson estate furnighings pattern of our days. It might ,Yi,. an cherish from and artifacts will be held later have been around the block, or iUrdibleauction, '' this month, in the next town (and it |is aUrlington dealer - usually wasn't the horse that Chernyehow. r auctioneer Duane knew the way), but grandma and grandpa were there. ! 't. LOBSTER SUPPER Everything tasted so good at a-l °n estate was FAIRLEE--A Lobster and grandma's house• My gran- " f anh ues and lss o 'q Clam Supper will be held on dma was a Pennsylvania -.. train her many the Fairlee Common Aug. 14 Dutch cook; Grandpa was t eores of Indian starting at 5 p.m. for the devoted to his garden. Yankee 'dtchwork quilts, benefit of the Federated traditions are not too dif- -"nerware, Russian Church. ferent. | MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE I --- 1 vvv Vll ll l I Grandma usually had a remedy for making it better. And she was always making such pretty things: a rainhow colored afghan, or one that looked like rose-colored sea shells; dainty doilies; or a practical but pretty cross- stitched apron. For some little ones, HANOVER--A Dartmouth College sophomore from N. Haverhill has been eited by a Professor of English for outstanding academic achievement during the past term. She is Dianne J. Ingalls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ingalls. In citing Ms. Ingalls, her professor noted her "eager- ness and enthusiasm in this course have been refreshing!. • . she did a splendidly researched and elegantly written term paper on the Air Force (continued from page 1 ) impact statement on the Air Force proposal. Heckler said "There are no environmental requirements (at present) that prevent a plane flying at 100 feet at up to 250 knots (287 miles per hour)." Steven Rice of the Appalachian Mountain Club said people who come to the White Mountains do so to get away from disturbances such as noisy jet planes and that an environmental impact study should be made before any further consideration of the Air Force proposal for a military operations area. Gregg said in arranging the meeting that "The purpose of the meeting is to first identify the specific objections to the existing Yankee II Military Grandma is still a part of their changed. daily lives. Grandma buys them little Whenever I visit a favorite dresses that match. neighbor in Piermont, there is Everytime someone cam- at least one (usually more) pliments them, the proud 14 I'EAI OF EXPERIENCE child visiting "Grandma's answer is "They're from my house". There are swings and Grandma". J lk 1-603-448-3787 a sandbox in the back yard, Grandpa's visit occassioned and a magical cookie jar that the comment, "Even someone $4RVICE BAGS & SUPPLIES. never seems to getempty, great big like Grandpa can When the generations live play sometimes." close-by, there is the oc- Knowing Grandma and casional need for patient lives. Letters, photographs, Grandpa is one of the [ | T E II II A T I II II, I I G. diplomacy; but that too is part drawings, packages are ex- treasures of childhood. IL  dltlr, it..1 p Io. 444-2742 Call €ollect. I CLEANERS i .,,,,.,.w..,,.,..... WELLS RIVER LANDROMAT, Wells River, VI. PIKE STORE, Pike, H.H. McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt. . FAIRLEE GENERAL, Folrlee, Vt Sh'$ Yot::;|::t::?;.::n.:: r ORFOROVKL' ,TOll[, Orfordvilie. N.H. traditions of quilting in New England." Ms. Ingalls is a 1980 graduate of Woodsville High School. Citation winners are quite unusual among the 4,000 undergraduates on the Dar- tmouth campus, as members of the faculty are invited to submit Citation Reports only when a student's work is sufficiently distinguished to merit special recognition. Such citations are rare, and relatively few are submitted each term. Operations Area, and second, to arrive at a workable solution for all parties in- valved." Others at the meeting in- eluding U.S. Sen. Gordon J. Humphrey; Fred Kosher, an aide to Sen. Warren Rudman, Brig. Gen. James.Cuddihee of the New Hampshire Air National Guard, and a number of tourism businessmen, state forestry representatives and others. * BMU bored (continued from page !) The appointment will expire on Town Meeting day when the post will be filled by election. The board at its Aug. 5 meeting also accepted a purchase and sales agreement with the Herman Clark family for a parcel of land to be used as a source for sand for a new culvert. HAVE YOU SIIN OUR TAILIS YET? Admired cur buffets9 Set in our cemf|lrtekle ckeirs? ln/ey • drive dewu to cur uow skowrooml At Pomlmuoon˘ Mills wo can kelp you ckooso the boot sizo, skapo, end Netla| ˘opecity for your tble. We tea skew yeo somples ef kuodrods of fabric ˘kelces aud solid eek, kirck, ckorry, malde, or walnut pieces witk diffornt finiskes. Tken we u bvild whet yoo ckooeo ut direct-utlet prkol. Wo also bMId u cemploto line of living roem, offko, kitcken, mad bedreom furMturo. Cain wo bu*lid unythinll for your komo? J.de POMPANOOSUC MILLS Ito. 5, East Tkotfd, VI. [102] 715-4110. Moa..Sot. l-S 1 Thinking about back to school? 0 Holy St. Jude, Apostle and Martyr, great in virtue and rich in nirerJes, near [dnsmm of Jesus Christ, fateh - tercessor of oil who invoke your sppcbl I in t Of md, to yo I Ive rounm m  d,pth of my h*mq n, humbly beg to whm God has give such  power to cane to my cestan. [9 me in my ffent and orge petition, in return, I prm m me p mine Imown, ond cMe you to be mvekud. md thnm Ow Fmtrs, fl' Hut tM Cdorins. ttlk:m'i must I pmnsud. St. de /fer m ond d invoke Ww kl,Am. This Ho .m. hns never bve imovm to fail. I hove my mqnt gl. C.A.t. OSHKOSH OSHKOSH DENIM PAIN' BIB SKIRTS "' " In denim and are t,,m and dur,ble *', * Sizes4-16 $':2L,,, q;, / slim anO regular. "  ,˘ ti i M#ny other sl qes ava/'able. " // ..... W,odvlo. N H { i:! ! 0 COUPON CLIPPER North Country Cht,rus supper MONROE--The North has also been a participant in amateur singers under the August 12, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 reHOW tO trade - and save - proofs of purchase back into my Ving three emp- • "'.[ms. packages that I Cash Refund Offer. Send the required refund form and the front panels from any three bags of Baker's Coco- nut. Expires June 1, 1982. before she -- Kraft Frosty Caramel- g ding there in Banana Offer. Receive a $I about the fate coupon. Send the required ious collection of refund form, proof-of-par- i abels that her chase seals from two 14- d ordered her to ounce bags of Kraft Country Chorus will sponsor a a number of choral festivals, a fund-raising Baked Bean highlighted one being its at- supper in the Monroe Town Hall, August 15 from 5 p.m. until all are served. The menu will consist of baked beans, ham, cole-slaw, brown bread, and home made pies. Prices for adults are $3.50, children under 12 are $1.50, and pre-schoolers, free. The North Country Chorus, which draws its membership from both sides of the Con- necticut River, is fast ap- proaching its 30th year as a Northern Vermont and New tendance at the Cork (Ireland) Chorus and Folk Dance Festival four years ago. This year and through next spring the Chorus members are undertaking" fundraising activities to help underwrite some of the costs of a Summer. 1982 choral tour of England. This tour will culminate in a joint concert with the Harlow Chorus, whose members gave a series of concerts in the New York-New England region one year ago. The North Country long-time direction of Mary Rowe of Wells River• It also owes its existence to a core of devoted friends and families whose attendance at concerts and donations of time and money have enabled the Chorus to continue to offer high quality performances to the area communities and schools. The number of members in the North Country Chorus fluctuates with the seasons with as few as 40 or so per- formers for light summer programs to over 100 singers Social 4 • :{ Rev. Atux00r will preach are Caramels and a register the Ch,,ejios receipt with the price of 1 ly said. Now, pound or more of Dole i to tell me how nananas circled. Expires [ down on the size cents and should be traded being asked for by the cam- Sept. 30, 1981. • r [Proof-of-purchase for other box tops and labels panies offering refunds," I -- La Choy Soy Sauce J[  Where do we of about the same trading advised. "An example would Offer. Receive a bottle of Pa value." be the Green Giant ingred- soy sauce. Send the required de proofs," I "I have saved up 30 lent statement. That is the refund form and one com- . UYOu sent for the Cheerios boxes," said proof that 99percent of the plete label from any La th Anniversary Wendy. "How many should I Green Giant offers ask for• Choy Sweet and Sour GrEen- trade?" Readers who would also tal (with chicken or pork). ' !, bet my kids "Keep about 10 of them like to save space can make Expires Oct. 31, 1981. 'ltJ and trade the rest," I up their own lists of popular -- Oven Fry $1 Pork Refund. Send the refund form, two empty pouches from Oven Fry Coating for Hampshire cultural in- stitution. It has over these years performed a huge variety and number of concerts in various communities in both states. It Chorus members and their friends hosted the Harlow Chorus at that time. The North Country Chorus in a large part owes its existence to a membership of Burndy sets open house at N. Haverhill plant N. HAVERHILL--Burndy Corporation, worldwide manufacturer of electrical and electronic connectors, will hold an open house Aug. when such classic works as "The Messiah" are performed at Christmas and Easter. Membership has always been open to anyone with no in- dividual tryouts. Simply showing up at the beginning of a season's rehearsal schedule and sticking it out have been the only requirements. The Chorus is recognized by the IRS as a non-profit organization, thus any con- tribution to its support is tax- deductible, and although any help is gratefully appreciated, the membership expects to do all it can to help pay its way. Steaks were cooked to order enjoyed both before and after by the GLENCLIFF--Glencliff Durgin. Corn was donated by rolls and Home for the Elderly is Dick Swenson. Many ears of Sanborn, recruitment corn were steamed in the Dick Swenson and Noel Gaiser R.S.V.P. husk. Joe Adrian and Dick Rosen tight contests. volunteers Aug• 18, starting at and Larry @')mnell had The weather was ideal and I p.m. in the front part of the major parts  in the all attendees are • looking arrangements for this long forward to next year's picntc. established yearly event• IN. Haverhill student dted W. FAIRLEE CTR. -- Rev. Jeffery Atwater of Lyme will lead the evening service at W. Fairlee Center Church Aug. 16 at 7:30 p.m. The subject of his sermon will be "Jesus calms the storm." Atwater, who grew up in Agwam, Mass., was educated at Tufts, Andover-Newton Theological School, and Colgate-Rochester Divinity School. He holds a doctorate of Ministry in Pastoral Coun- seling from Andover-Newton, and is licensed as a Pastoral Counselor in New Hampshire. In 1958 he served as a student pastor in W. Newbury, and began his first full time pastorate the following year in Franeonia. He has served as pastor of the Lyme Town Ministry since 1970. INTERESTING FACT The painter Whistler LCD rt o time, 0ay date, month and year ChronOgraph with elapseO and intern',ia time Night t. lmagne A watt. h made esp : (holly for oggers Ar C ar,qv-)tte makes t, with the k3test *r ucftz utility, industrial plants, red her three advised. "You can save proofs based on the listings aerospace, computers, office technobgV s eaures J:,,de Corn Flakes side space by folding those that in this column, copiers, hand-held a stopwatch moOe that'oiOs calculators, appliances, home to /00 of a second o sp: Oap] .change for the you keep flat." Here's a refund form to 30 entertainment systems and road,n 0 teature b record Times [her three Cheer- Wendy asked whether write for: First Aid Kit Pork Chops and a register from 1-4 p.m. at its new many others, for two runners dun! t,me zone .Which I needed for there were any other meth- Offer, P.O. Box 14813, Balti- tape showing a pork facility on Benton Road in N. Burndy's domestic sales This results in such activities sometimes signed his work capab,lities, and. a hghtwe!ght I 1agffr Deputy Kit ads that she could use to cut more, Md. 21268. Send for purchase. Expires Sept. 30, Haverhill. organization consists of direct asthe Monroe Bean Supper. with a small butterfly, thafsmperviousfol:,rsp,rot,onblack case and plasf'.c strap Now you can (::/ways slav down on the space needed the form required by this 1981. PlantprovideManagereveryoneROy SnOWfrom aboutSales 60°fficeSlocations.and These,manufaC'in [i'" idl" .w ...... .,--... ' ....... ahead of tho paCkO.ly EV keep,ng$9.94. " La deal," said for her proof collection. $1.25 offer from Johnson -- Pillsbury Free Frost- said the open house is being turers' representatives in ,n ste'w,th t.Laravete .t do I need a "Thebig family-size boxes and Johnson by Oct. 1, 1981. ing Supreme Coupon. held to  l'rl to get the still take up a lot of room Here is this week's list of Receive a can of Pillsbury Haverhill and the surronnding turn, work with over 1,100 [ fftllf L, CA even if you fold them flat," I refund offers. Start looking Frosting Supreme. Send the area an opportunity to learn electrical and electronic RAVELLE of theKellogg's said. "For most of them, you for the required refund required refund form and more about Burndy, its distributors in addition to I | ,Ic .4 1. Offers require can save just the'big four.' forms, which you can obtain three labels from Pillsbury products,this new, andmodernSee first-handmanufac_ 7,5000sellingendandusers.servicingInternational°Ver | . ,.. ,*r-- • -o,.. . ,,. McAIli°*"°'00" d her. "Just cut Cut out the box tops, net- at the supermarket, in news- Ready to Spread Frosting g stel ['['urchaSeKellogg's sealsside salWeightproductStatementS'code symbolsUniver- advertisementsPaper and magazineand from Supreme.1981. Expires Dec. 31, turing facility, manufacturing operations are . .... . ........ ,..,., € _ ,a, I • ,,,,os * co-,,,,o, .... ,,,,- /1" lrA, " " The open house will inclide located in Canada, Belgium, ' " ,ffi, QUALITY JEWELERS I ! ! .o ,o .-, o - Ik"' "% ) ,ld them to P.O. and proof-of-purchase seals, trading with friends. Mean- -- Smucker's Message a plant tour, product displays, France, Germany, Italy, I I/L ,. " "*°" ,,' , . "x- J] -- v˘,.mW00duilla, - :llamazoo, Mich. Be sure to write down the while, start collecting the Board Offer. Receive a mes- N.H. product name and size on needed proofs of purchase as sage board. Send the strations and refreshments. Brazil, Japan and Australia. tBa WEST LEBANON. NHVA YPLAZ&-- I 747.3482 L | Ore March I, manufacturing demon-Spain, England, Mexico, If't/if/' *0 French 0,, \\;'% each of these proofs. Then detailed below. Remember, required refund form, one Burndy's Haverhill plant Of the over 4,500 employees, [' IT'S BULOVA WATCH  never traded use a paper clip or staple to some offers are not avail- Universal Product Code manufactures military more than 250 are engineers l .... Ik. J ==I Mu,^notmoAtmv,n. .[b._a  Ptlrchase before,"to the fromkeep them together.the able in all areas of the coun-, symbol from the front label connectors.Cylindrical and aircraft offeredand scientists.its stockBurndYto the publicfirst ll-'------'-------- ll ll 'L" TIME sT' ' this the way "You can save even more try. of any Smucker's Pickles space by carefully peeling Today s refund offers are and a check or money order I trade proofs one the label portion of the proof worth $11.11. for $1.. Expixs Dec. 31, Headquartered in Norwalk, in 1956, and was listed on the Ct., Burndy manufactures New York Stock Exchange in s,,Leeordxn cardboard behind Miscellaneous Food 1981. over 80,000 different types of 1961. It is now owned by more '*'*offers, I said. it." • Preducts (File g) -- Welch's Grape Savings. electrical and electronic than 3,000 shareewners of OESIGN YOUR OWNI € tlle Anniversary "That should help me get Receive $2.05 In coupons. connectors for use in such record in almost all the states aJust about equal rid of about three cartons of -- Bac-O Lettuce Refund Send the required refund unnecessary cardboard," Offer. Receive two heads of form and one jar label or Wo'li hip you dosilu yeur best furuituro leyt. Tkon wo'li build it for yeu. .Kthe Lone Ranger diverse markets as electrical and many foreign countries. said Wendy. "DO you have lettuce. Send the required net-weight statement from Welch's Grape Jelly, Jam or Lodge holds picnic Preserves. Expires Sept. 30, BRADFORD--Charity Lodge Larry made many trips in and 1981. No. 43 F. & A.M. of Bradford out the camp road and helped Copyright, 1951. Vnited Feature Syndicate. Inc. held a picnic Aug. 9 at the a great deal with the camp of Gary Moore and his organization of the event. father inFairlee. Horse shoe pitching was vere o ,ked to o er enjoyed both before and after new vohmteers Chef, George E. the feast of steak, corn, salad, rolls and beverage. Bill ' rlt . Sanborn, Butch Donnelly, Dick Swens(  and  el aiser contributed points in some . tittle easier to fie- any other ways that I can refund form and two "fresh- Cash refunds f save space? hess seals" from any jars of ]ps bring you a If you want, you can col- Bat-as. Expires Feb. 28, .  each of them lest just the popular proofs 1982. f , -- Bakers Coconut $1 Glencliff seeks GLENC [FF. Home f( the hosting a program for |]XB|'- URY-- More #--':' avid bidders and athered here last  the much publicized  an Simpson estate e to view some .s including what ur described as erful collection of qlaets" as well as a 00-volume book lacquered boxes, as well as European and American furniture. A Chilicote Indian chief's blanket sold on the first day for $20,500 while an 18-karat gold cigar trimmer brought $155. Indian baskets and pottery brought op bids of $1,000 or more while a photo sent to Miss Simpson by French sculptor Auguste Activity Building. The Home is located off Rte. 25 in Glencliff. RSVP, the Retired Senior Volunteer Program, is an agency that assists men and women 60 years and older to obtain meaningful and productive volunteer assignments in the com- munity. The program will outline the advantages of RSVP mem- bership and the many ways that prospective volunteers can help the residents of the Gteneliff Home. The one hour program will he followed by refreshments. You need not reserve a seat, however, it would be ap- preciated if you would contact the Glencliff Home to indicate your interest. For further information and-or tran- sportation contact Judy Lupien, Volunteer Coor- dinator, at (603) 989-5821, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. I'vpson loved to 4Uan Carlisle Baker, [," Umeroos antiques id. She loved {t ef.Pecial mementoes eial places she o,Was her passion, ,e added. i,  a lot of people -- I y  who knew her t to own something r • [10,,, croon. I'm sure ne said before the Rodin in 1904 fetched $375. A round hutch table brought $1,400 while a 156-piece French service was bought for $6OO. For months, auctioneers Fred Elliot, Lawrence Earle and David Whitcomb have promoted this auction as the biggest and the most im- portant of the 1981 Vermont antiques season. But don't despair if you missed last week's ex- For the wee Grandparents are special of the richness of family. people tolittle ones. For some children, Gran- A generation ago most of us dma and Grandpa live man] had grandparents who lived miles away. They are stfl nearby. "Over the river and very important to their through the woods to grin- grandchildren. A recent dmother's house we go . . ." survey of children's attitudes stated that grandparents ranked high on the children's list of priorities, even when they lived at quite a distance. Personal experience confirms this. With school vacations and beautiful weather in the north country, summer is usually a time for exchanging visits with relatives. It is important that both children and grandparents (or aunts and uncle, etc.) have a realistic impression of what to expect from one another; that the adultS can plan activities • that are appropriate to the age and development of the child; and that the child can be somewhat considerate of the interests and health of the older adult. GrandparentS should know approximately what rules and methods of discipline the parent uses with the child. When visits occur frequently, these things are known through expemence. But in a shorter vacation visit, if some basics are explained in advance there is more time for fun. My children's grandparents live a long day's travel away from Vermont, but they are still an important part of their travaganza. Earle says that at was not just a nostalgic Y has the desire least two more two-day sales refrain but was woven into the tl°ne thing here, one of Simpson estate furnighings pattern of our days. It might ,Yi,. an cherish from and artifacts will be held later have been around the block, or iUrdibleauction, '' this month, in the next town (and it |is aUrlington dealer - usually wasn't the horse that Chernyehow. r auctioneer Duane knew the way), but grandma and grandpa were there. ! 't. LOBSTER SUPPER Everything tasted so good at a-l °n estate was FAIRLEE--A Lobster and grandma's house• My gran- " f anh ues and lss o 'q Clam Supper will be held on dma was a Pennsylvania -.. train her many the Fairlee Common Aug. 14 Dutch cook; Grandpa was t eores of Indian starting at 5 p.m. for the devoted to his garden. Yankee 'dtchwork quilts, benefit of the Federated traditions are not too dif- -"nerware, Russian Church. ferent. | MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE I --- 1 vvv Vll ll l I Grandma usually had a remedy for making it better. And she was always making such pretty things: a rainhow colored afghan, or one that looked like rose-colored sea shells; dainty doilies; or a practical but pretty cross- stitched apron. For some little ones, HANOVER--A Dartmouth College sophomore from N. Haverhill has been eited by a Professor of English for outstanding academic achievement during the past term. She is Dianne J. Ingalls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ingalls. In citing Ms. Ingalls, her professor noted her "eager- ness and enthusiasm in this course have been refreshing!. • . she did a splendidly researched and elegantly written term paper on the Air Force (continued from page 1 ) impact statement on the Air Force proposal. Heckler said "There are no environmental requirements (at present) that prevent a plane flying at 100 feet at up to 250 knots (287 miles per hour)." Steven Rice of the Appalachian Mountain Club said people who come to the White Mountains do so to get away from disturbances such as noisy jet planes and that an environmental impact study should be made before any further consideration of the Air Force proposal for a military operations area. Gregg said in arranging the meeting that "The purpose of the meeting is to first identify the specific objections to the existing Yankee II Military Grandma is still a part of their changed. daily lives. Grandma buys them little Whenever I visit a favorite dresses that match. neighbor in Piermont, there is Everytime someone cam- at least one (usually more) pliments them, the proud 14 I'EAI OF EXPERIENCE child visiting "Grandma's answer is "They're from my house". There are swings and Grandma". J lk 1-603-448-3787 a sandbox in the back yard, Grandpa's visit occassioned and a magical cookie jar that the comment, "Even someone $4RVICE BAGS & SUPPLIES. never seems to getempty, great big like Grandpa can When the generations live play sometimes." close-by, there is the oc- Knowing Grandma and casional need for patient lives. Letters, photographs, Grandpa is one of the [ | T E II II A T I II II, I I G. diplomacy; but that too is part drawings, packages are ex- treasures of childhood. IL  dltlr, it..1 p Io. 444-2742 Call €ollect. I CLEANERS i .,,,,.,.w..,,.,..... WELLS RIVER LANDROMAT, Wells River, VI. PIKE STORE, Pike, H.H. McLAM's STORE, E. Corinth, Vt. . FAIRLEE GENERAL, Folrlee, Vt Sh'$ Yot::;|::t::?;.::n.:: r ORFOROVKL' ,TOll[, Orfordvilie. N.H. traditions of quilting in New England." Ms. Ingalls is a 1980 graduate of Woodsville High School. Citation winners are quite unusual among the 4,000 undergraduates on the Dar- tmouth campus, as members of the faculty are invited to submit Citation Reports only when a student's work is sufficiently distinguished to merit special recognition. Such citations are rare, and relatively few are submitted each term. Operations Area, and second, to arrive at a workable solution for all parties in- valved." Others at the meeting in- eluding U.S. Sen. Gordon J. Humphrey; Fred Kosher, an aide to Sen. Warren Rudman, Brig. Gen. James.Cuddihee of the New Hampshire Air National Guard, and a number of tourism businessmen, state forestry representatives and others. * BMU bored (continued from page !) The appointment will expire on Town Meeting day when the post will be filled by election. The board at its Aug. 5 meeting also accepted a purchase and sales agreement with the Herman Clark family for a parcel of land to be used as a source for sand for a new culvert. HAVE YOU SIIN OUR TAILIS YET? Admired cur buffets9 Set in our cemf|lrtekle ckeirs? ln/ey • drive dewu to cur uow skowrooml At Pomlmuoon˘ Mills wo can kelp you ckooso the boot sizo, skapo, end Netla| ˘opecity for your tble. We tea skew yeo somples ef kuodrods of fabric ˘kelces aud solid eek, kirck, ckorry, malde, or walnut pieces witk diffornt finiskes. Tken we u bvild whet yoo ckooeo ut direct-utlet prkol. Wo also bMId u cemploto line of living roem, offko, kitcken, mad bedreom furMturo. Cain wo bu*lid unythinll for your komo? J.de POMPANOOSUC MILLS Ito. 5, East Tkotfd, VI. [102] 715-4110. 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