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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-August 19, 1981 I Arts and Entertainment CtliCKEN PIE SUPPER E. CORINTH--An old fashioned chicken pie supper will be held at Union 36 School on Rte. 25 in E. Corinth at 5 p.m. Aug. 22; adults $4, children under 12, $2.00. Digby scheduled at free movies WELL; I{IVEI{-. "l)igby .... The World's Biggest Dog" will be the feature at the free movies next door to the Wells River Laundroma! at 7 pm Aug, 23, The color film is ) minutes long and is rated "G." Also to be shown is i,aurel and ttardy in "Night Owls." a com*:ly short. Coming to lhe free movies in two weeks is "Don'! Give [ip the Ship" starring Jerry Lewis. The free movies arc sponsored by a grant from lhe Wells River Savings Ban August is Family Movie Month. (ALA X Y TRAVEL, INC. 103 S. Main St. W. Lebanon, N H 603-298-8782 I t OKI,AHOMA.'--Ron Ostrow, Carrie Lund and Tim Goodwin are featured in the Green Mountain Guild's production of "Oklahoma!" at the Junction Playhouse in White River Jct. playing tonight through Aug. 22, with each evening's performance beginning at 8 p.m. I. i INTRODUCING OUR 00NEW& EXCITING00 PORTRAIT PACKAGE Thetford performance "strange, wonderful" THETFORD--Two acts of figure David Lasagna of Thetford Center as a Space $3 general admission, phone strange and wonderful Thetford, who promise to take Invaders machine, Robin (802) 785-4344 for reservations. the audience beyond humor. Ellison of White: River Jun- Carryings on in Act One etion as a post-punk-chic include Paul Lojeski of vocalist, Christine Hemp of Burlington doing his im- Newbury as a potential Mensa behavior make up this weekend's offering from the Parish Players, "The No Name Revue" at the Thefford Grange on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 21-22 at 8 p.m. An evening of comedy in songs and sketches, "'The No Name Revue" comprises a wide range of original material, much of it developed by the cast, with additional pieces contributed by Lucy Grey of Norwich and Sheila Brannon of Claremont. The entire second act of "The NO Name Revue" is being prepared in secret by astro-physicist Steve Stahler of Ithaca, N.Y., and cult- pressions of several God- fathers, Sandria McIntire of. Etna, N.H., giving a seductive tour of her very special hotel room, Robyn Gaigan of Thetford describing a childhood terror, William Arrand of E. Ryegate going into business with a monkey, and Rebecca Beattie of Hanover reacting to a professional wrestler as a potential son-in-law. Also romping through the first act of "The No Name Revue" are Belinda Ray of member, Louis Semprebon of Hanover as a man who sleeps with his gun, Poem of Hanover as the accordion player, and Dean Whitlock of Post Mills as a White House aide. Directed by Bill Boardman of Woodstock, "The No Name Revue" is supported by a grant from the Vermont Council on the Arts. Tickets are $3.50 reserved, PLAYHOUS[ AUG. 18 - 22 AT 8 P.M. "OKLAHOMA" COMING AUG. 25 - 29 AT 8 P.M. "KISMET" THEATRE FOR CHILDREN 11 AM. TUESDAYS AUG. 18& 25 "APPLES AND KISSES 111 Central St. Woodsville, N.H. - Come Have The Time Of Your Life And Listen To The Great Sounds Of.. Saturday, Aug. 22 Aq.ll -- AIIf r/ 7din 9=e0 Melhme= Set.  2=eO "fiRST MONDAY Co-feature AND SHOES" Located at the Gates Opera House adjacent to the Hotel Coolidge in downtown White River Junction. IN OCTOBER" ,., Stcrrlng Jill Cloyburgh al Wolter Ma.hau. ENDS THURSDAY TIre Tie AltMm hN 9=00 Special= Matinees cm rainy doys 2:00 AIII CONDITIONID Fri. - Sat. - Sun. Only I , . Smokq and ' -] the Bandit I For reservations and information, call (802) 295-6228 between 1 P. M. and 10 P. M. Produced by the GRUBBY By Warren Sattler Rural Delivery By A! Smith ULIE, OH, JULIE!) ! DD ' /.1" FINALLY' DID \\;1 ll /,T. BOUGHT \\;// , Z FINALLV / iWHA'r?.J'--, / SOMETHING IVE 11 ( A  I / '(' , GRANDPA'S BOY By BRAD ANDERSON For Your Reservation, Call Before 7:00 Tel. (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840. STARSCOP00 by Clare Annswell WEEK OF: AUGUST 20, 1981 AQUARIUS -- Janunry 21-February 19 Social life peaks this week -- the busiest so far this Balance is an important word; balance pride with humlliW, with ;estraint, rest with athletics. PISCES - February 20-March 20 Accent is on budgeting with your financial advisers favodJ Work proceeds on a matter-of-fact basis. Friendships, Platonic ones, are accented all week. ARIES - Mach 21-April 20 Reunions are accented, and you may discover that wallflower has blossomed remarkably. Business up; be a little more subtle than usual. , TAURUS - April 21-May 22 Question motives (but not out loud) of overeager Healthwise, throat is a sensitive area; teeth, too. tention. Whatever the situation, don't procrastinate. GEMINI - May 23-June 21 A lovely week fo new business ventures. portunities. In fashion and decor, consider striking "'I'IIE--..  I1=,-   rHAT (.Jt (JHT" TO " _ ,| /  PUT ALL Y VlTMtNJ,' 1 bizarre -- styles, shades and combinations. Ne R'": L- 1' " i.LOFIP NOW;P50yzl 'T'AIL'T': I/q'r'HE{: / CANCER ' June 22-July22  KNOW  "FAN K- ! It may be hard to get away from it all with the love of your I ;J"r " , [*/'1" W' 1.,. /t-'" ,I LEO'actst an unexl:ected third PartY" Credibility may behandy,_ July 2-Au.ult 92 Small financial bonus brightens the week, but a he   /'   s I yu frm celebrating Older relatives need specialViRGO may be too_ proud Auguit to ask 23-Septemlr directly. 99 A good week for outings that bring together friends from , , , -3-gl terest groups Moderation is a must, especially in areaS { 95 /1aCk.95 .. ' N,IP?Ly2N j ........ ByM.BFideIIldMool'e diet and wardrobe. ,E,,T/.' s _, -l I  -  \\;\Y" / -- 111 Education and romance share your attentions this week" EOUI4T T4tS WADINg" POOL. 1' IMLIII. \\; ,It I I !-------/. --.-.../. E "qL //I a d specifically as relates to career, a new study can lead o.,o.,,/To,, o, I !00II I y/00I N sco..,o_ oc,o.,,,.,o...,,, i \\; I 24 Professional Color Portraits II ,,L.___, " "- '.l I I q V  I J(;  . ---7..f'l/Jl Home repairs take lots of time but prove a wise invest 1-8x lO 3-SxTs 1 5-Wallets & II ..... /*-,  ' .--J.,..L ,/ before present verdicts, 4olor Portrait Charms in Traditional Pose I [   lxlO Cia&slc Oval Portrait [] / , SAGITTARIUS - November 22-Decemb' . TI-m Classic Oval l ortrait ts available for single subjecLs only. No I I   Moneymaking ideas are sparkling but it's hard to get d addiUonal charge for groups, Pos our slection. Backgrounds may I i  : \\;\  serious business of putting them to work, It may be time x:casionally cha!L- Additional portraits available for purchase [ I  partner, manager or agent with no oblition. You must be satisfied with portraits or deposit ,,   -'\\;\\\\ CAPRICORN December 23-Jnnunry 20 chc'zrfully refunded. I ] ," - -" - - - -"""" -" """ "" """ "" I I I --  IV / ' ' ,' --4 Be alert to changing trends in work and community envi" : , FREE 8x10 PORTRAIT OF PARENT(S) AND CHILD I I I severe than they seem, cannot be ignored. 7, o, ,v " W.h,,,,p.,-,,ooo, S.Po.,=tPa II TWITCH _ by How' Rands take advantage of your observations. Domestic disputeS, ' " ]"ISC:OLIFNMUSTBEPRESEN'IEDTOTH[PHOTOGRAPHE" " ,I I C:.*.] ..l(w'n.tss.) If-ITWILLPROIE,I..Y  BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK I FULL PACKAGEORDEONtY I I I I Lilrit one spe'al per family ValidAug. 26|hruAug, 29,1981only' II [ \\;' '" ''''; .. i ;''';'''''''r*''/ I" ' i ' -,T I DESTROY'I'HEWORLD, You can go to infinite pains to keep in touch with otherS, """"'"' i II [ --  ; l  1/{ ANOTHER ONE OF ] [  / ..." .... through the six months beginning around December d I AMES DEPARTMENT STORE ' I '"'-''",'- "'"/'-'', / } //'[ ]'THINK ITS \\;1 } "'7/-' ,, touch withyourself. Partnershpactvtesareemphasir I  .: : / J/\\;'IWtTcH's LOVE / I ) / ": '""  BORN THIS WEEK r i ,da, HillR0ad N0rth, Na.rhill. N.H. I I I  :// " :; ............ .", 0 August20th'actrVanJhnsn;2]st bandleader'22nd'actressValerieHarper;23rd'acrGeet" n Kelly', .......... Photographer HoUrs: 10AM-8PM II ':,'i'/: "': Durward Kirby; 2Sth, actress Ruby Keeler; 26th, auth' 26 28 29 - - ...... Croa0000rord ___ I .............. lira IT JUST SO HAPPENED by-Kern ACROSS 37. Volcano SO] ,]UI" fi 1 Musical 39. Footlike port 40 Rowing composition . ," . j[ll  J[ 7 f0/(Of /l     Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a - ' 1 6,. Principol_ 42 Atoptmp'emenrs -- II _nsE,Dy,e /U'' -;.y word. Then circle A, BorCfortheeor- tF"/ 1:2" )uimckemC? e 431Amythicol IPI" , II //VT//4/::'Z.//// I 1 )'/JX':& coreyoursellastonows:  14 &' n.a..4 44. Bond of color ---i ......... I) II z/r/#E3#Das ! .. l   4Correct-ExCellent 2Correct-Fair ]"  16. SunGod 46. Hypothetical ] A force II "'" 7.:,=;:'- 2t'"_"f"'"" 1 ..i..   t, 3C0rrect-6ood l-0Correct-Poor  17 Ether .1,,, T"  '1. NIAIEIFI__ 19, ForPe b ,?:Appetizer "20' Wine v ^'-  51. Precipitation I I I I__1 . tHE55 23 Ne ,iv =='=. ,52 Compositions . go e ,...... ,., 5. Kmdof 24. Network I, Reverl:ro- 6. Bard !2. / ..,,v..,.X  "q' )JW '  REHOOH . IOHF-.V C.,H P word t..'vwN cheese 27. 5moll pond 2. Jeweled 8. Within /Y. "  .'  2. I E S 3.5.34"32 5urns UPAndDry (Fr.) 4,3" Guid"s nte I 0' Rub ut 2'"Morningmoisture 26/'' L. 3. -, --TiZ  / A N C i D !ili!ii:" ";:':"'i::::::.:i:;::::.:!:!!- [ / '"" -': ,! .... A U CK. 8 SLy ., HOI"IIEST ,,, ,,, ,.. 00IAIFIAIClYILI "1 r--" " " 7" vr #rra.on00C,d/ I , , , , , "--I" " 5.OO,o9,Oo #02-333"9140 . . 27- : :: "'ff,,,,v s.zo-,  :" ' L... 50. Page 2-The Journal Opinion-August 19, 1981 I Arts and Entertainment CtliCKEN PIE SUPPER E. CORINTH--An old fashioned chicken pie supper will be held at Union 36 School on Rte. 25 in E. Corinth at 5 p.m. Aug. 22; adults $4, children under 12, $2.00. Digby scheduled at free movies WELL; I{IVEI{-. "l)igby .... The World's Biggest Dog" will be the feature at the free movies next door to the Wells River Laundroma! at 7 pm Aug, 23, The color film is ) minutes long and is rated "G." Also to be shown is i,aurel and ttardy in "Night Owls." a com*:ly short. Coming to lhe free movies in two weeks is "Don'! Give [ip the Ship" starring Jerry Lewis. The free movies arc sponsored by a grant from lhe Wells River Savings Ban August is Family Movie Month. (ALA X Y TRAVEL, INC. 103 S. Main St. W. Lebanon, N H 603-298-8782 I t OKI,AHOMA.'--Ron Ostrow, Carrie Lund and Tim Goodwin are featured in the Green Mountain Guild's production of "Oklahoma!" at the Junction Playhouse in White River Jct. playing tonight through Aug. 22, with each evening's performance beginning at 8 p.m. I. i INTRODUCING OUR 00NEW& EXCITING00 PORTRAIT PACKAGE Thetford performance "strange, wonderful" THETFORD--Two acts of figure David Lasagna of Thetford Center as a Space $3 general admission, phone strange and wonderful Thetford, who promise to take Invaders machine, Robin (802) 785-4344 for reservations. the audience beyond humor. Ellison of White: River Jun- Carryings on in Act One etion as a post-punk-chic include Paul Lojeski of vocalist, Christine Hemp of Burlington doing his im- Newbury as a potential Mensa behavior make up this weekend's offering from the Parish Players, "The No Name Revue" at the Thefford Grange on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 21-22 at 8 p.m. An evening of comedy in songs and sketches, "'The No Name Revue" comprises a wide range of original material, much of it developed by the cast, with additional pieces contributed by Lucy Grey of Norwich and Sheila Brannon of Claremont. The entire second act of "The NO Name Revue" is being prepared in secret by astro-physicist Steve Stahler of Ithaca, N.Y., and cult- pressions of several God- fathers, Sandria McIntire of. Etna, N.H., giving a seductive tour of her very special hotel room, Robyn Gaigan of Thetford describing a childhood terror, William Arrand of E. Ryegate going into business with a monkey, and Rebecca Beattie of Hanover reacting to a professional wrestler as a potential son-in-law. Also romping through the first act of "The No Name Revue" are Belinda Ray of member, Louis Semprebon of Hanover as a man who sleeps with his gun, Poem of Hanover as the accordion player, and Dean Whitlock of Post Mills as a White House aide. Directed by Bill Boardman of Woodstock, "The No Name Revue" is supported by a grant from the Vermont Council on the Arts. Tickets are $3.50 reserved, PLAYHOUS[ AUG. 18 - 22 AT 8 P.M. "OKLAHOMA" COMING AUG. 25 - 29 AT 8 P.M. "KISMET" THEATRE FOR CHILDREN 11 AM. TUESDAYS AUG. 18& 25 "APPLES AND KISSES 111 Central St. Woodsville, N.H. - Come Have The Time Of Your Life And Listen To The Great Sounds Of.. Saturday, Aug. 22 Aq.ll -- AIIf r/ 7din 9=e0 Melhme= Set.  2=eO "fiRST MONDAY Co-feature AND SHOES" Located at the Gates Opera House adjacent to the Hotel Coolidge in downtown White River Junction. IN OCTOBER" ,., Stcrrlng Jill Cloyburgh al Wolter Ma.hau. ENDS THURSDAY TIre Tie AltMm hN 9=00 Special= Matinees cm rainy doys 2:00 AIII CONDITIONID Fri. - Sat. - Sun. Only I , . Smokq and ' -] the Bandit I For reservations and information, call (802) 295-6228 between 1 P. M. and 10 P. M. Produced by the GRUBBY By Warren Sattler Rural Delivery By A! Smith ULIE, OH, JULIE!) ! DD ' /.1" FINALLY' DID \\;1 ll /,T. BOUGHT \\;// , Z FINALLV / iWHA'r?.J'--, / SOMETHING IVE 11 ( A  I / '(' , GRANDPA'S BOY By BRAD ANDERSON For Your Reservation, Call Before 7:00 Tel. (603) 747-2505 or 747-2840. STARSCOP00 by Clare Annswell WEEK OF: AUGUST 20, 1981 AQUARIUS -- Janunry 21-February 19 Social life peaks this week -- the busiest so far this Balance is an important word; balance pride with humlliW, with ;estraint, rest with athletics. PISCES - February 20-March 20 Accent is on budgeting with your financial advisers favodJ Work proceeds on a matter-of-fact basis. Friendships, Platonic ones, are accented all week. ARIES - Mach 21-April 20 Reunions are accented, and you may discover that wallflower has blossomed remarkably. Business up; be a little more subtle than usual. , TAURUS - April 21-May 22 Question motives (but not out loud) of overeager Healthwise, throat is a sensitive area; teeth, too. tention. Whatever the situation, don't procrastinate. GEMINI - May 23-June 21 A lovely week fo new business ventures. portunities. In fashion and decor, consider striking "'I'IIE--..  I1=,-   rHAT (.Jt (JHT" TO " _ ,| /  PUT ALL Y VlTMtNJ,' 1 bizarre -- styles, shades and combinations. Ne R'": L- 1' " i.LOFIP NOW;P50yzl 'T'AIL'T': I/q'r'HE{: / CANCER ' June 22-July22  KNOW  "FAN K- ! It may be hard to get away from it all with the love of your I ;J"r " , [*/'1" W' 1.,. /t-'" ,I LEO'actst an unexl:ected third PartY" Credibility may behandy,_ July 2-Au.ult 92 Small financial bonus brightens the week, but a he   /'   s I yu frm celebrating Older relatives need specialViRGO may be too_ proud Auguit to ask 23-Septemlr directly. 99 A good week for outings that bring together friends from , , , -3-gl terest groups Moderation is a must, especially in areaS { 95 /1aCk.95 .. ' N,IP?Ly2N j ........ ByM.BFideIIldMool'e diet and wardrobe. ,E,,T/.' s _, -l I  -  \\;\Y" / -- 111 Education and romance share your attentions this week" EOUI4T T4tS WADINg" POOL. 1' IMLIII. \\; ,It I I !-------/. --.-.../. E "qL //I a d specifically as relates to career, a new study can lead o.,o.,,/To,, o, I !00II I y/00I N sco..,o_ oc,o.,,,.,o...,,, i \\; I 24 Professional Color Portraits II ,,L.___, " "- '.l I I q V  I J(;  . ---7..f'l/Jl Home repairs take lots of time but prove a wise invest 1-8x lO 3-SxTs 1 5-Wallets & II ..... /*-,  ' .--J.,..L ,/ before present verdicts, 4olor Portrait Charms in Traditional Pose I [   lxlO Cia&slc Oval Portrait [] / , SAGITTARIUS - November 22-Decemb' . TI-m Classic Oval l ortrait ts available for single subjecLs only. No I I   Moneymaking ideas are sparkling but it's hard to get d addiUonal charge for groups, Pos our slection. Backgrounds may I i  : \\;\  serious business of putting them to work, It may be time x:casionally cha!L- Additional portraits available for purchase [ I  partner, manager or agent with no oblition. You must be satisfied with portraits or deposit ,,   -'\\;\\\\ CAPRICORN December 23-Jnnunry 20 chc'zrfully refunded. I ] ," - -" - - - -"""" -" """ "" """ "" I I I --  IV / ' ' ,' --4 Be alert to changing trends in work and community envi" : , FREE 8x10 PORTRAIT OF PARENT(S) AND CHILD I I I severe than they seem, cannot be ignored. 7, o, ,v " W.h,,,,p.,-,,ooo, S.Po.,=tPa II TWITCH _ by How' Rands take advantage of your observations. Domestic disputeS, ' " ]"ISC:OLIFNMUSTBEPRESEN'IEDTOTH[PHOTOGRAPHE" " ,I I C:.*.] ..l(w'n.tss.) If-ITWILLPROIE,I..Y  BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK I FULL PACKAGEORDEONtY I I I I Lilrit one spe'al per family ValidAug. 26|hruAug, 29,1981only' II [ \\;' '" ''''; .. i ;''';'''''''r*''/ I" ' i ' -,T I DESTROY'I'HEWORLD, You can go to infinite pains to keep in touch with otherS, """"'"' i II [ --  ; l  1/{ ANOTHER ONE OF ] [  / ..." .... through the six months beginning around December d I AMES DEPARTMENT STORE ' I '"'-''",'- "'"/'-'', / } //'[ ]'THINK ITS \\;1 } "'7/-' ,, touch withyourself. Partnershpactvtesareemphasir I  .: : / J/\\;'IWtTcH's LOVE / I ) / ": '""  BORN THIS WEEK r i ,da, HillR0ad N0rth, Na.rhill. N.H. I I I  :// " :; ............ .", 0 August20th'actrVanJhnsn;2]st bandleader'22nd'actressValerieHarper;23rd'acrGeet" n Kelly', .......... Photographer HoUrs: 10AM-8PM II ':,'i'/: "': Durward Kirby; 2Sth, actress Ruby Keeler; 26th, auth' 26 28 29 - - ...... Croa0000rord ___ I .............. lira IT JUST SO HAPPENED by-Kern ACROSS 37. Volcano SO] ,]UI" fi 1 Musical 39. Footlike port 40 Rowing composition . ," . j[ll  J[ 7 f0/(Of /l     Unmix the letters in the boxes to form a - ' 1 6,. Principol_ 42 Atoptmp'emenrs -- II _nsE,Dy,e /U'' -;.y word. Then circle A, BorCfortheeor- tF"/ 1:2" )uimckemC? e 431Amythicol IPI" , II //VT//4/::'Z.//// I 1 )'/JX':& coreyoursellastonows:  14 &' n.a..4 44. Bond of color ---i ......... I) II z/r/#E3#Das ! .. l   4Correct-ExCellent 2Correct-Fair ]"  16. SunGod 46. Hypothetical ] A force II "'" 7.:,=;:'- 2t'"_"f"'"" 1 ..i..   t, 3C0rrect-6ood l-0Correct-Poor  17 E ther .1,,, T"  '1. NIAIEIFI__ 19, ForPe b ,?:Appetizer "20' Wine v ^'-  51. Precipitation I I I I__1 . tHE55 23 Ne ,iv =='=. ,52 Compositions . go e ,...... ,., 5. Kmdof 24. Network I, Reverl:ro- 6. Bard !2. / ..,,v..,.X  "q' )JW '  REHOOH . IOHF-.V C.,H P word t..'vwN cheese 27. 5moll pond 2. Jeweled 8. Within /Y. "  .'  2. I E S 3.5.34"32 5urns UPAndDry (Fr.) 4,3" Guid"s nte I 0' Rub ut 2'"Morningmoisture 26/'' L. 3. -, --TiZ  / A N C i D !ili!ii:" ";:':"'i::::::.:i:;::::.:!:!!- [ / '"" -': ,! .... A U CK. 8 SLy ., HOI"IIEST ,,, ,,, ,.. 00IAIFIAIClYILI "1 r--" " " 7" vr #rra.on00C,d/ I , , , , , "--I" " 5.OO,o9,Oo #02-333"9140 . . 27- : :: "'ff,,,,v s.zo-,  :" ' L... 50.