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WITH THIS COUPON September 23, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 5A . - . $2 Off Any purchase of $I0.00 or more $5 Off Any purchase of $40.00 or more COMPLETE MEN'S FURNISHINGS PURITAN--GLE NEAGLES--ARROWS 000mnt Toggtr00 69 MAIN STREET, LITTLETON, NH COUPON PER PURCHASE FINEST SELECTION OF WINE AND CHEESE THE "UPPER CONNECTICUT RIVER VAbLEY THE VINTAGE YEARS, The Village Square Mo!! St. Johnsbvr, Vt. Select Fresh Coffees - Teas - Wine & Cheese Accessories - Gifts COMPARE OUR PRICES ! A 10% DISCOUNT ON ANY $19 PUtCHAS| 011MOki WITH THIS AD one od per customer. Offer through October, 1981--(802) 1-3529 WE JIL0 @t/P, SIO5 Wlllt FVlILY V0U WiLt. BE SATISFIED.. C.)ME SEE  I:ISHER YOU'LL WkHT k I:ISHER WE DELIVER WE SERVICE R*zte , LWOCm Rd, LffTLI'ON INCORPORATfD Ilia Weekdays 9O-S:30 Friday Nite l"il 9:00 Saturday 9:OO-4:00 lll,:ama COME SEETHE i:ISHER F4Z.l LX OF WOOTOV TODAY! y's Gun Shop 111 Meadow St. Littleton, NH 444-6261 SPECIALS 12 GAUGE |tm, lye oz., 7Y2 Shot.. $3.99/box WINCHESTER 30-30 i70 gram, ......... $6.99/box Ikm Iqmmon, 0mtN COMPOUND  BOWS Models $75.00 on. BLAI POWDER $7oo.D. ALUM. ... $2.00/ca. DISCOUNTS ON ALL AMMUNfflONS In Stod Now Buck & Schrade Knives Tadde & Shootin S Supplies Cheese additions-a new edition (continued frompagelA) made from either fresh or variations now include vegetables with shredded or thee all-time favorite desserts. tractive addition to an ap- leftover foods, contain pasta, mushrooms, onion, green grated cheese along with other Though it's often made with T he petizer platter, rice or potatoes with peppers, olives, anchovies, There's a little more work in vegetables, meat, fish, ham, salami and sausage. mixing one or two cheeses and chicken or eggs and sauce in Fruits and Vegetables seasonings with a cream addition to cheese. cheese base, but cheese balls, candles or logs rolled in chopped nuts or parsley can be prepared in advance to be whisked out the last minute to the oh's and ah's of your friends. The same reaction can be expected with peppy dips made from softened, blended cheeses and seasonings. Soups, Fondues Basically there are two kinds of soups made with cheese. The most famous one is Onion Soup. Sliced onions, are first browned in butter and then simmered in seasoned beef broth. The finishing touch is provided by topping with a slice of toasted rye or French bread, sprinkled with Par- mesan and-or other cheeses and running it under the broiler. The other type is known as a cream soup. It starts with a thin or medium white sauce base to which you add cheese, pureed vegetables and oc- casionally, fish. Thick hearty soups in this category are also known as bisques and chowders. Fondues can be used as a first course, main dish, snack or dessert. Although fondues started with Swiss cheese, they've branched out to in- clude two or three kinds of cheese. You can even collect several end pieces of cheese and make them into a fondue for dipping with bread, vegetables or fruits. Raclette is related to fondue: it is a Swiss cheese dish in which cheese is melted. The softened parts are scraped off on boiled potatoes or bread, and eaten with pickles. Casseroles, Pizza Using cheese in casseroles stretches from the simplest ones with a cheese sauce to layering, stuffing and sprinkling on top for the golden-brown crust. Usually these entrees, which can he POTTED CHEESE 'N' PEANUTS Yield: 2 cups  cup (1 stick) butter 2 cups (8 oz.) shredded Cheddar cheese, at room, temperature  cup dairy sour cream l/z teaspoon each rika and Worcestershire sau % teaspoon each garlic salt and celery salt /2 cup chopped salted peanuts Beat butter in small bowl until light and fluffy. Add cheese and mix well. Blend in sour cream and seasonings. Stir in peanuts. Pack into a cheese crock; chill, covered, 2 to 3 hours to allow flavors to blend. Allow to stand at room temperature 30 minutes before serving. Serve with crackers. fIRE YOO REflDY .* . TO FflCE THIS " WIHTER? * ENERGY 575 SPECIAL , BLOCK PLANT seasonings or add it to white sauce. As an almost instant dessert, consider fruit and cream or cottage cheese or both, some are now made with shredded Cheddar or Gouda Many fruit, vegetable and more than 200 varieties of cheese. Pizza with a thin or thick green salads take on a new cheese. You can combine cheese A free public lecture j" on Christian Science / Logical Ortainty of Christian Healing First Church f Christ, scientist MASTER ili , YOU can enjoy the economy of multi-fuel !rag (coal or wood) with your present gas or hot air heating plant Simply add a Energy Master III supplemental savings in home heating typical of the results you can expect. automatic.., leave the coal/wood fire oil or gas burner will take over So easily installed, you can do it BLOCK PLANT $1 O0 DIVISION OF ARTHUR wmTCOMn. INC. , Olk][ Jll[' ,_OnOn, N.H. 50 years of Depemble Service MonJr/ 7:30-4 - "=me, t603| 29e-5959 IS31-HI! .Sot 4bOO- IL1hO WE NOW. HAVE BAGGED COAL IN STOCK crust, or even stuffed, may contain several kinds of cheese, the most popular of which are Mozzarella, Provolone, Cheddar and Parmesan. Earliest pizza was simply a bread dough plus tomato sauce and cheese, but dimension with cubes or strips of cheese. Others, such as macaroni or noodles are complementary with shredded American cheese. The famous Caesar's salad uses grated Parmesan cheese. You can sprinkle cooked Pie and Cake Quiche is an appetizer or main dish pie, depending upon how you slice it: six or eight healthy wedges or small pieces to make bite-sized squares for appetizers. Cheesecake rates as one of Cheese provides nutrients in a small package Cheese is a concentrated either whole, lowfat or skim source of many of the nutrients found in milk. In fact, it takes about 10 pounds, or five quarts, of milk to produce one pound of cheese. Cheese is actually many different products, depending on how it is made and the kinds of combinations of milk used. For example, cottage cheese curds are made from skim milk, cheddar cheese from whole milk, cream cheese from milk plus cream and Monterey Jack from milk. The flavor and texture of cheese are due primarily to its milkfat, which also contains the fat-soluble viatmins A and D, found in many dairy products. An excellent source of protein and calcium, cheese also contributes significant amounts of phosphorous and riboflavin to the diet. It also provides such nutrients as vitamin B-12 and magnesium. In fact, cheese furnishes about APPLES & CIDER CORN MILL APPLE STAND Route 10 (Near Newbury Bridge) . #d , d OPEN DAILY-11AM TO 6PM INDAY-12 NOON TO 7174$ 6.2 percent of the protein we eat, 15.7 percent of the calcium and 4.2 percent of the riboflavin. The amounts of these nutrients remain relatively constant, although those figures tend to vary with the variety of cheese, type of milk, processing methods, season and even the locality of production. In manufacturing cheese, the curds are separated from the whey, with nutrients divided between these two components. In the case of skim-milk cheese, for example, about one-third of the nonfat solids found in the milk remain in the cheese, the remainder in the whey. Most of the water-soluble vitamins in milk stay in the whey, making it an in- creasingly important by- product of cheese manufac- turing. Whey is used in baked goods, beverages, flavorings, confections, frozen foods and a host of other food products. When milk is made into cheese, the milk protein, casein, becomes con- centrated: Additionally, small amounts of the soluble proteins (lactoglobulins and lactalbumins) remain in the curd. That means cheese retains about four-fifth of the original protein found in the milk. An excellent example of this is a half cup of low-fat cottage cheese, which contains one- third of most people's needed daily protein. Yet this cheese contains only about one- twentieth of our required calories for the day. The tantalizing variety of tastes and uses afforded by theme and its high-qualit protein, vitamins and minerals make it not only a versatile food but a valuable source of primary nutrition. TIPS ON IIOME SECURITY WHILE ON VACATION Pause at the last door as you're leaving and go back to double-check that all gas outlets, electric appliances and water taps have been turned off. This can help prevent possible fire or damage and can keep anybody from worrying all through vacation--"Did I turn off the oven?" QUANTITIES LIMITED WHILE SUPPLIES LAST novv ,7Vew,]_lavew WICKER-LOOK OVAL MIRROR You'll find that any area will appear brighter and more spa- cious with this distortion-free plate-glass mirror. The 30x19 inch frame is made to look like natural wicker, but it can't warp or ravel like real wicker can. 2,125-6 SMILES Suggestive "What makes you think your wife is getting tired of you?" "Every day this week she's wrapped my lunch in a road map." INTERESTING FACet S In ancient Rome, unmarried girls were prohibited by law from wearing pearls. Instead, the pearls were worn by young men, who placed the pearls in tiny hells which, hanging from their ears, tinkled gaily. 1 School St., Hanover with all these foods, but if you're just plain hungry and '-J: Sept 28th,730 p.m. - need immediate satisfaction, . how about simply having a .., " ....... cube or slice of cheese? . Child Care YOl/g INVITED TO EE TILE... MARK YOUR 00198 CALENDAR' SepL 24 - 26 CHEVROLET Thurs.- 8 - 8 ...... FrL-8 - 8 Sat.-8 - 12 BRI Yourself, Your Family, Your Friends and Your Kicking Shoes (for the tires) COFFEE AND DONUTS SERVED H.O. TAYLOR IS HAVING AN OPEN H USE -'ou'00NEW '82 . Trucks . Monte Carlo . Impala . Caprice . Malibu AND CHEVY's NEW 6.2 LITER DIESEL Ill I I III [ _ |TII IIIIIII111$1 II11 Interested in a NEW '81 Car or Truck? We have a good selection offered at substantial savings! I I III I IIIIII I H.O. Taylor Chevrolet Railroad St. (802) 757-2311 Wells River Vt. I ill[rl II F[|I ilUl I CRISP BILLS t With Each $10 Purchase - Cash or Charge it! SEPT. SHOP EARLY FOR WINTER SAVE! WHAT ARE ALL SAVERS CERTIFICATES? Beginning October 1, 1981, savings banks may offer a one-year certificate of deposit, paying 70% of the current interest rate on 52-week U.S. Treasury bills. Up to $1,000 of the interest is exempt from federal income tax ($2,000 Is exempt if you file jointly). And unlike other high interest-bearing notes, the certificate is insured by the FDIC. For all the details, stop in and talk with the people at Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank. 'Guax00ntq rigs Rank I FDIC rren/ & Monroe, N.H. Robert Miller, treasurer at the Woodsville Banking Center WITH THIS COUPON September 23, 1981-The Second Opinion-Page 5A . - . $2 Off Any purchase of $I0.00 or more $5 Off Any purchase of $40.00 or more COMPLETE MEN'S FURNISHINGS PURITAN--GLE NEAGLES--ARROWS 000mnt Toggtr00 69 MAIN STREET, LITTLETON, NH COUPON PER PURCHASE FINEST SELECTION OF WINE AND CHEESE THE "UPPER CONNECTICUT RIVER VAbLEY THE VINTAGE YEARS, The Village Square Mo!! St. Johnsbvr, Vt. Select Fresh Coffees - Teas - Wine & Cheese Accessories - Gifts COMPARE OUR PRICES ! A 10% DISCOUNT ON ANY $19 PUtCHAS| 011MOki WITH THIS AD one od per customer. Offer through October, 1981--(802) 1-3529 WE JIL0 @t/P, SIO5 Wlllt FVlILY V0U WiLt. BE SATISFIED.. C.)ME SEE  I:ISHER YOU'LL WkHT k I:ISHER WE DELIVER WE SERVICE R*zte , LWOCm Rd, LffTLI'ON INCORPORATfD Ilia Weekdays 9O-S:30 Friday Nite l"il 9:00 Saturday 9:OO-4:00 lll,:ama COME SEETHE i:ISHER F4Z.l LX OF WOOTOV TODAY! y's Gun Shop 111 Meadow St. Littleton, NH 444-6261 SPECIALS 12 GAUGE |tm, lye oz., 7Y2 Shot.. $3.99/box WINCHESTER 30-30 i70 gram, ......... $6.99/box Ikm Iqmmon, 0mtN COMPOUND  BOWS Models $75.00 on. BLAI POWDER $7oo.D. ALUM. ... $2.00/ca. DISCOUNTS ON ALL AMMUNfflONS In Stod Now Buck & Schrade Knives Tadde & Shootin S Supplies Cheese additions-a new edition (continued frompagelA) made from either fresh or variations now include vegetables with shredded or thee all-time favorite desserts. tractive addition to an ap- leftover foods, contain pasta, mushrooms, onion, green grated cheese along with other Though it's often made with T he petizer platter, rice or potatoes with peppers, olives, anchovies, There's a little more work in vegetables, meat, fish, ham, salami and sausage. mixing one or two cheeses and chicken or eggs and sauce in Fruits and Vegetables seasonings with a cream addition to cheese. cheese base, but cheese balls, candles or logs rolled in chopped nuts or parsley can be prepared in advance to be whisked out the last minute to the oh's and ah's of your friends. The same reaction can be expected with peppy dips made from softened, blended cheeses and seasonings. Soups, Fondues Basically there are two kinds of soups made with cheese. The most famous one is Onion Soup. Sliced onions, are first browned in butter and then simmered in seasoned beef broth. The finishing touch is provided by topping with a slice of toasted rye or French bread, sprinkled with Par- mesan and-or other cheeses and running it under the broiler. The other type is known as a cream soup. It starts with a thin or medium white sauce base to which you add cheese, pureed vegetables and oc- casionally, fish. Thick hearty soups in this category are also known as bisques and chowders. Fondues can be used as a first course, main dish, snack or dessert. Although fondues started with Swiss cheese, they've branched out to in- clude two or three kinds of cheese. You can even collect several end pieces of cheese and make them into a fondue for dipping with bread, vegetables or fruits. Raclette is related to fondue: it is a Swiss cheese dish in which cheese is melted. The softened parts are scraped off on boiled potatoes or bread, and eaten with pickles. Casseroles, Pizza Using cheese in casseroles stretches from the simplest ones with a cheese sauce to layering, stuffing and sprinkling on top for the golden-brown crust. Usually these entrees, which can he POTTED CHEESE 'N' PEANUTS Yield: 2 cups  cup (1 stick) butter 2 cups (8 oz.) shredded Cheddar cheese, at room, temperature  cup dairy sour cream l/z teaspoon each rika and Worcestershire sau % teaspoon each garlic salt and celery salt /2 cup chopped salted peanuts Beat butter in small bowl until light and fluffy. Add cheese and mix well. Blend in sour cream and seasonings. Stir in peanuts. Pack into a cheese crock; chill, covered, 2 to 3 hours to allow flavors to blend. Allow to stand at room temperature 30 minutes before serving. Serve with crackers. fIRE YOO REflDY .* . TO FflCE THIS " WIHTER? * ENERGY 575 SPECIAL , BLOCK PLANT seasonings or add it to white sauce. As an almost instant dessert, consider fruit and cream or cottage cheese or both, some are now made with shredded Cheddar or Gouda Many fruit, vegetable and more than 200 varieties of cheese. Pizza with a thin or thick green salads take on a new cheese. You can combine cheese A free public lecture j" on Christian Science / Logical Ortainty of Christian Healing First Church f Christ, scientist MASTER ili , YOU can enjoy the economy of multi-fuel !rag (coal or wood) with your present gas or hot air heating plant Simply add a Energy Master III supplemental savings in home heating typical of the results you can expect. automatic.., leave the coal/wood fire oil or gas burner will take over So easily installed, you can do it BLOCK PLANT $1 O0 DIVISION OF ARTHUR wmTCOMn. INC. , Olk][ Jll[' ,_OnOn, N.H. 50 years of Depemble Service MonJr/ 7:30-4 - "=me, t603| 29e-5959 IS31-HI! .Sot 4bOO- IL1hO WE NOW. HAVE BAGGED COAL IN STOCK crust, or even stuffed, may contain several kinds of cheese, the most popular of which are Mozzarella, Provolone, Cheddar and Parmesan. Earliest pizza was simply a bread dough plus tomato sauce and cheese, but dimension with cubes or strips of cheese. Others, such as macaroni or noodles are complementary with shredded American cheese. The famous Caesar's salad uses grated Parmesan cheese. You can sprinkle cooked Pie and Cake Quiche is an appetizer or main dish pie, depending upon how you slice it: six or eight healthy wedges or small pieces to make bite-sized squares for appetizers. Cheesecake rates as one of Cheese provides nutrients in a small package Cheese is a concentrated either whole, lowfat or skim source of many of the nutrients found in milk. In fact, it takes about 10 pounds, or five quarts, of milk to produce one pound of cheese. Cheese is actually many different products, depending on how it is made and the kinds of combinations of milk used. For example, cottage cheese curds are made from skim milk, cheddar cheese from whole milk, cream cheese from milk plus cream and Monterey Jack from milk. The flavor and texture of cheese are due primarily to its milkfat, which also contains the fat-soluble viatmins A and D, found in many dairy products. An excellent source of protein and calcium, cheese also contributes significant amounts of phosphorous and riboflavin to the diet. It also provides such nutrients as vitamin B-12 and magnesium. In fact, cheese furnishes about APPLES & CIDER CORN MILL APPLE STAND Route 10 (Near Newbury Bridge) . #d , d OPEN DAILY-11AM TO 6PM INDAY-12 NOON TO 7174$ 6.2 percent of the protein we eat, 15.7 percent of the calcium and 4.2 percent of the riboflavin. The amounts of these nutrients remain relatively constant, although those figures tend to vary with the variety of cheese, type of milk, processing methods, season and even the locality of production. In manufacturing cheese, the curds are separated from the whey, with nutrients divided between these two components. In the case of skim-milk cheese, for example, about one-third of the nonfat solids found in the milk remain in the cheese, the remainder in the whey. Most of the water-soluble vitamins in milk stay in the whey, making it an in- creasingly important by- product of cheese manufac- turing. Whey is used in baked goods, beverages, flavorings, confections, frozen foods and a host of other food products. When milk is made into cheese, the milk protein, casein, becomes con- centrated: Additionally, small amounts of the soluble proteins (lactoglobulins and lactalbumins) remain in the curd. That means cheese retains about four-fifth of the original protein found in the milk. An excellent example of this is a half cup of low-fat cottage cheese, which contains one- third of most people's needed daily protein. Yet this cheese contains only about one- twentieth of our required calories for the day. The tantalizing variety of tastes and uses afforded by theme and its high-qualit protein, vitamins and minerals make it not only a versatile food but a valuable source of primary nutrition. TIPS ON IIOME SECURITY WHILE ON VACATION Pause at the last door as you're leaving and go back to double-check that all gas outlets, electric appliances and water taps have been turned off. This can help prevent possible fire or damage and can keep anybody from worrying all through vacation--"Did I turn off the oven?" QUANTITIES LIMITED WHILE SUPPLIES LAST novv ,7Vew,]_lavew WICKER-LOOK OVAL MIRROR You'll find that any area will appear brighter and more spa- cious with this distortion-free plate-glass mirror. The 30x19 inch frame is made to look like natural wicker, but it can't warp or ravel like real wicker can. 2,125-6 SMILES Suggestive "What makes you think your wife is getting tired of you?" "Every day this week she's wrapped my lunch in a road map." INTERESTING FACet S In ancient Rome, unmarried girls were prohibited by law from wearing pearls. Instead, the pearls were worn by young men, who placed the pearls in tiny hells which, hanging from their ears, tinkled gaily. 1 School St., Hanover with all these foods, but if you're just plain hungry and '-J: Sept 28th,730 p.m. - need immediate satisfaction, . how about simply having a .., " ....... cube or slice of cheese? . Child Care YOl/g INVITED TO EE TILE... MARK YOUR 00198 CALENDAR' SepL 24 - 26 CHEVROLET Thurs.- 8 - 8 ...... FrL-8 - 8 Sat.-8 - 12 BRI Yourself, Your Family, Your Friends and Your Kicking Shoes (for the tires) COFFEE AND DONUTS SERVED H.O. TAYLOR IS HAVING AN OPEN H USE -'ou'00NEW '82 . Trucks . Monte Carlo . Impala . Caprice . Malibu AND CHEVY's NEW 6.2 LITER DIESEL Ill I I III [ _ |TII IIIIIII111$1 II11 Interested in a NEW '81 Car or Truck? We have a good selection offered at substantial savings! I I III I IIIIII I H.O. Taylor Chevrolet Railroad St. (802) 757-2311 Wells River Vt. I ill[rl II F[|I ilUl I CRISP BILLS t With Each $10 Purchase - Cash or Charge it! SEPT. SHOP EARLY FOR WINTER SAVE! WHAT ARE ALL SAVERS CERTIFICATES? Beginning October 1, 1981, savings banks may offer a one-year certificate of deposit, paying 70% of the current interest rate on 52-week U.S. Treasury bills. Up to $1,000 of the interest is exempt from federal income tax ($2,000 Is exempt if you file jointly). And unlike other high interest-bearing notes, the certificate is insured by the FDIC. For all the details, stop in and talk with the people at Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank. 'Guax00ntq rigs Rank I FDIC rren/ & Monroe, N.H. Robert Miller, treasurer at the Woodsville Banking Center