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December 2, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 TOUR EQUITY-- The Association of New Hampshire Law recently toured the editorial and book manufacturing facilities of ig Corporation. Equity publishes the statute and case law for both kmpshire and Vermont. Pictured above from left: Meldrim Thomson, Jr., of Equity; Dave Washburn of New Hampshire State Hospital Library; Constance Rinden, New Hampshire State Library Law Thomas Thomson, Vice President of Equity; Jane Lyman, Assistant Law Librarian; Cindy Landau, Cataloguer at Franklin Pierce Robb Thomson, Vice President at Equity; Hilase Thomas, Librarian Phinney, Bass and Green; Thomas Steele, Librarian at Franklin CHECK SWEET SALE A Community INTERESTING FACT BRADFORD--The Orange Inc. Town Mineral oil should not be East Senior Citizen&apos;s Club will be checking used to make salad dressing, hold a sale at the Colatina weight, and It interferes with absorption of Bakery on Friday, Dec. 4 from at the E. fat-soluble vitamins like A, D 10 a:m. to 4 pm Items 1 p.m. to and K and should not be used featured will be handicrafts, on or in foods, gifts, baked goods, Christmas items and attic treasures. COLLEGE LINC PROGRAM-- LINC undergraduate have finished their first term in Littleton. First row: Ray Burton (in- Judy Newell, Rosemarie Turner, Karen Bembridge, Genelle Grant and Dick Shine (instructor). Standing, left to right: Mona Chase, Shirley Peterson, Mary Montgomery, Gerald Winn, Sandra Gould, Emma Cardin, Mickey Patten, and Norinne Mossy. People in- beginning the November class should call New Hampshire College, Services, at 485-8411. COUPON CLIPPER ST. winning poet, Hayden Carruth, a resident of John- son, Vt., since the early 60's will read from his work on Sunday, Dec. 6 at 3 p.m. at the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, 30 Main St., St. Johnsbury. Carruth's reading is being presented by the Catamount Arts Co., with grant support Free reading by St. Johnsbur00 poet .... JOHNSBURY--Award Council on the Arts. The reading is free and open to the public. Carruth has been praised as "one of the finest poets now at work in the United States." He is the author of fourteen volumes of poetry, a novel, and two poetry anthologies which he edited. His book, From Snow and Rock From Social :, _; lona.Lafavette meet at N. Haverhill N HAVERHILL-- A meeting supper at 6=30 p.m. Following of Iona-Lafayette Chapter No. the meeting there will be a 39, O.E.S. was held at the Christmas Party, members Masonic Temple in N. should bring a gift for the tree i from the National Endowment Chaos (New Directions) was a Haverhill on Nov. 10, at 8:00 also a gift to put in the box for for the Arts, and Vermont nominee for the National Book p.m. Presiding, at the meeting the Masonic tIome. Award in poetry. Carruth's latest collection of poems were Worthy Matron, Edith !   L,u i "Nutcracker" Brothers, 1 Loved You All, Hammond and Worthy FOR THE LOVE was published in 1978 by Sheep Patron, Dean Hammond. be llOWn Meadow Press. The Worthy Matron OF YOUR LIFE Carruth is the first of four reported on the School of in Hanover poets who will read at the Instruction, which was heid at Athenaeum as part of the N. Conway on Nov. 4 HANOVER--On Sunday, Dec. Catamount Arts poetry series. Attending this meeting were 4, the stage at Hanover High Forthcoming readings by Edith and Dean Hammond will be transformed into the Lucille Clifton, Louise Gluck, Lowell B. Messer and Debra Kay Fontaine and Marjorie Bylaw It was land of the Sugar Plum Fairy and Kit Hathaway will be PaOTO BY DEXIER M. PI[ICE voted by the Chapter to serve St. Paul's School of Concord, announced shortly. For more D bra K F tain an Oyster Stew supper for the N.H will be presenting information call Catamount at e av on e Masonic Lodge on Nov. 14. variations fromthesecondact (802)633-2603. d Lo ell M Following the meeting, of The Nutcracker. Also on ensase to w esser refreshments were served in stage will be eight children the dining room by Ethel from the Whirligig Dance FAIRLEE--Mrs. Dorothy B. School and is employed at Bartzis and her committee Studio in the roles of Mother " Town report Knox, of Fairlee, and Mr. Mary Hitchcock Memorial and then a Craft Sale was Ginger's Polichenelles Maurice C. Fontaine of Hospital in Hanover. held. St Paul's School has a awards 00iven Hartford announce the Mr. Messer, a graduate of The next meeting will be excellent dance program (continued from page l) engagement of their daughter, afford High School, recently beldonDec. 8, with a Pot Luck which is under the direction of Debra Kay Fontaine to Lowell completed active Army Duty, Richard Rein. Mr. Rein EXCELLENT -- Bethel, B. Messer, son of Mr. and Mrs. and is now employed by . Ve danced with American Ballet Bradford, Brattleboro, Paul B. Messer of Orford. Richard Hastings of Bradford rmont Theatre and the Pennsylvania Castleton, Fayston, Hartford, Miss Fontaine is a 1980 A June 12, 1982 wedding is fa la d Ballet for 10 years before Marlboro, Mount Holly, graduate of Oxbow High planned . r going to st. Paul's. The Norwich, Randolph, St. (continued frompage I) students are also taught and Johnsbnry, Shelburne, and supporting farmers. You coached by Suzanne Taylor, a Starksboro, Townshend, C YM I/'outh students participating from don't have to be a farmer to former soloist with the Boston Westminster, Wilmington, (continued frompage 1) Woodsville High School are: realize how important Ballet. Most of the students in and Windsor. this production have spent Award of Merit program segments (currently Denise Hudson, Kim Overton, agriculture is to all of us in summers studying at the Andover, Braintree, being offered in Lancaster and Lewis Bancroft, ScottSimano, Vermont. schools of this country's major Canaan, Cavendish, Lisbon). Jim Kinder, Joan Aldrich, We need to take a good look ballet companies, many on Charlotte, Corinth, Danville, The fall Youth Outreach Tammy Harry, Melissa at what we are doing to our Program will close the second Marrow, Esther Cowler and farmland and how this loss is scholarship. Derby, Dorset, Dover, week in December. Those MelanieMay. going to affect us down the The production is being Dummerston. - - road: We need to create a sponsored by the Whirligig Also, Fairlee, Grafton, I I strong and effective policy to Dance Studio of Norwich. Grand Isle, Guilford, I A Woman's Point of View l help preserve some of this Local children in the Highgate, Johnson 00owo, i Lif e on the Farm| imprtant land" Our petition is I production are Sarah Johnson Village, Lon- Davenport, Christina Jen- donderry, Ludlow, Lyndon, being circulated to shake the nings, SkyNorton, Erinsokol, Manchester, Middlesex, - state loose from its S.F. McALLISTER and Mira TaylorqNorwich, Newport City, Peeham, l hyFRANHYDE | singlemindedness about Quality Jewelers Sarah Qhell of Thetford, Pittsford, Putney. economic growth coming only Rebecca Biotin of S. And also, Richmond, As I write on.thelast day of November, I'm reminded that through commercial and Since 1923 Royalton, and Shannon Roxbury, Royalton, Ryegate, this month ending has been National Farm Women's Month industrial development even ,Phone 747-34_ Shrewsbury, South Hero, and feel that I should point out the change in the name. at the cost of loosing all our Woodsvilie, N. H. Originally it was National Farm Wife's Month, but because farms," he said.    , I t llu JctCutermarsh of White River Tunbridge, Underhill, not all farm women are wives, it was changed. Now women " The performance is at 2:00 Vergennes, Vernon, p.m. Tickets are $1.00 for Wallingford, Wells, Weston, who farm on their own, whether single, married or widowed children under 12 and $200 for Windham, Winooski, and can feel equally included. (Another aspect of the name that STM/00S adults. Tickets are available Worcester. has been bronght up is the fact that the women are married to CHRI hT at the Magic Troll of Hanover The James P. Taylor the farmer, not the farm.) o[[ie " From the agricultural point of view other women on farms and at the door For further Annual Town Report Contest deserve praise and appreciation, too In this area a number S s,.lu u, st. rcdrleo, Vermom 060454 information call the Whirligig ]s sponsored by the UVM of women are employed on farms on a full-time basis. BEAUTY SHOPPE 333-9740 Dance Studio at S02-649-5168 or Extension Service and the Jane Papale of Greenfield, Mass., is a field research 603-448-5594. Agency of Administration- supervisor for Agway and is known on a number of farms in SIGN UP NOW FOR OUR Public Records Division. the area. She was at our farm in the Spring to supervise the CHRISTMAS DRAWING planting of some test plots of corn; checked the growth --WIN 1 FREE Permanent, or HANDEL'S MESSIAH during the summer; and about three weeks ago was here for -- WIN 1 FREE Wash & Set, or PEACHAM--The North picking to make tests on plant population, downed corn, Country Chorus presents . Tax moisture content and weight. -- WIN 1 FREE Haircut Handel's Messiah on Sunday cuts She graduated from the University of Vermont with a (Winners must use prizes in December) degree in soil science and expected to go to work for some soil Names to be drawn on December 23rd afternoon, Dec. 6at4p.m. in (coutinuedfrompngel) conservation district, but before an opening became the Peacham Congregational percent in 1983, and 20 percent available she had a job with Agway running a fertilizer plant Church; Friday evening, Dec. Give a Gift Certificate on the next $25,e00 to 19 per- in Pennsylvania. Though she may not qualify as a farm 11 at 8 p.m. in the Bradford cent in 1982 and 18 percent in woman, she certainly makes her contribution to agriculture. For Christmas Congregational Church; and 1983. I recently attended a baby shower at which I sat quietly on - also - Sunday afternoon, Dec. 13,at4 Small Business one side of the room and listened with pleasure to the en- p.m. in the St. Jobnsbury So. Depreciation -- Small thusiastic conversation of three young farm women across We Give Men's Haircuts as Congregational Church business can now immediately from me. This was not the usual baby shower talk of labor well as other Family Members .. Audience participation in the deduct the cost of new and pains, toilet training, first words and steps. These women WALK INS AND BY APPOINTMENT :' familiar choruses of this used machinery and equip- spoke of calves, blood lines, showing cattle, treating sick favorite Christmas music will ment up to $5,000 in 1982 and animals, farm jobs they did while their husbands were busy be in order at each of the 1983, $7,50o in 1984 and 1985, with others, etc. cn'erts" and $10,000 after 1985 says To share with readers the optimism, enthusiasm and stick- " .... theseGregg'GreggcutsSaidis tothecreatePUrpsean in- of future columns.t'it'iveness of young farmers, I plan to inverview some for Iii- u(J , centive for greater produc- - ,r, EE Refund offers,help stuff the stockings insure that there will be a closet full of presents for the 1982 holiday season. Smart Shopping Award: This week's award goes to a smart refunder who knows that we never throw away an empty national-brand package until we have used it twice -- to send for at least two offers. Mrs. V. Sehmidt of Brook- field, Ill., purchased 10 box- es of Scottissues and used the seals from the plastic overwrap to get two free decks of playing cards. Then she used the Universal Prod- uct Code symbols to send for a coupon organizer filled with Scott coupons. Finally, she used the "Safe for Septic Systems" red flags from the same pack- ages to send for a set of free Christmas cards. "Refunding is in my life to stay," says Mrs. Schmidt. Readers whose smart shopping experiences appear in this column receive a copy of the refund- "g publication, The Nation- 1 Supermarket Shopper. Vrite to me in care of this newspaper. Here is a refund form to write for: Tylenol Free Soft Drink Offer, P.O. Box 4132, Monticello, Minn. 55365. This offer of a soda coupon worth up to $2 expwes Jan. 31, 1982. Here is this week's list of refund offers. Start looking for the required refund forms, which you can obtain at the supermarket, in news- paper and magazine advertisements and from trading with friends. Mean- while, start collecting the needed proofs of purchase as detailed below. Remember, some offers are not avail- able in all areas of the coun- troday's'" refund offers are worth $8.98. Personal Products (File 1 I-B) -- Depend Refund Offer. Receive a refund equal to the purchase price of any box of Depend absorbent shields. Send the required refund form and one Univer- sal Product Code symbol from any Depend box. Expires June 30, 1982. -- Just Whistle Refund Offer. Receive a $I refund. Send the required refund form and the proof-of-pur- chase seal from one Just Whisle razor package. Expires Dec. 31, 1982. -- Pepsodent I Cent Sale Offer. Receive a family-size COUPON Christmas get a Texas watch offer I sent Children receive free will from Mix 'n' from Seat- Homes and -- a very add -- and a Flip Glad. of items for such as spoons, Hound Lit- and the book and for a half, amazed the good and the cash-in! -- Ga. I hope Will be read over that Year long. about need to and con- and the their for all stocking prices have send for to will t00ty--rt00spr'ram I ...... -- i you will be able to keep more 00i#1, CASUALS of your hard-earned dollars, a great fashion name with a great new look Further, 71 percent of the fF[#l //'r taxes saved on the across-the- board cut will go to people ,1 Especially tailor- whose income is between $10.000 and $50.000 said Gregg. " t. " " i.: '""' Od by Queen (8.5-ounce) or super-size (8.3- [ , ...'.,. .d. " [ ounce) tube of Pepsodent .o.,,,,o..,..,.. Casual in knits of Toothpaste. Send the Nuclear arms #,, , required refund form. the I0--.///I,;,,,.-,, French jppERVALLI=pLAZA ... Universal Product Code .free,e campa ] /V{"/" mll WEST LEBANON. N H acrylic and f I   --=-vld, M,.,,E. ^nO^L m^.v,c symbols and net-weight / under way , , statements from two car- polyester bearing .... tons of family-size or super- BRADFORD--The Town / size Pepsodent Toothpaste Meeting '82 Mutual Nuclear i and 1 cent taped to the form. Arms Freeze campaign is a wear-dated ' Expires Feb. 28, 1982. underway. There will be a -- Free Reach Toothbrush meeting in Bradford on Braidcd beauty is "' .... t Offer. Receive a Reach or Friday, Dec. 4 and in Ran- all yours in a Monsanto tag. Reach Plus toothbrnsb. Send delph wednesday, Dec. 9. The luxurious robc by  - the required refund form purpose of the meetings is to and the front panel from one establish a network of con- V_APITY FA_II=L ,i Reach or Reach Plus pack- tacts within each Orange Lo,ese elem cloc. It   plush tn age. Expires March 31, 1982. County town, and to review flc.,tos,w. spirant Refund Offer. ting the Mutual Nuclear Arms (do*.ooWo,e,oe,.oo Proportioned length Receive a 50-cent refund Freeze proposal on a town =,vioz,.ov pull onpont. $16. and a 50-cent coupon. Send meeting agenda. Also, the dmrdsce"V"czedCc<,coc.Sos,,rc the required refund form movie The Last Epidemic by ccoco and the register receipt with the Physicians for Social o. Blouses, $18 - $19. ; ; the price circled. Expires Responsibility will be shown. 7 June 30, 1982. The meeting in Bradford on Braid trimmed -- Ultrex Disposable $1 Dec. 4 will be held in the mandarin necked Refund Offer. Receive a $1 Conference Room in The refund. Send the required Bradford Academy Building := jacket, $37. refund form and two Uni- at 7 p.m. Dr. James Watt of . verbal Product Code sym- Ely from the Physicians for Classic blazer (not bols from Shick Ultrex Social Responsibility will be shown), $31, Disposable two-packs, present to answer questions Expires March 31, 1982. about the movie I Bonus. This offer doesnt Skids (not shown). $17. require a form: -- Flex Summer Shape- Up!, P.O. Box 7718, Maple Robin Greenwood Plain, Minn. 55348. Recewe completes AIDe a $1 refund. Send one of the following proofs of GLENCLIFF--Army Pvt. purchase: the Universal Robin A. Greenwood, Product Code number from daughter of Richard A. 12-ounce Flex Creme Rinse Greenwood of Glencliff and and Conditioner, the UPC Dorothy M. Greenwood of N. number from 12-ounce Flex Haverhill has completed an Set, the box top from 5.5- automatic data processing ounce Flex Concentrate (ADP) machine operator Open nites till Christmas Conditioner or the box top course at Fort Benjamin from 4-ounce Flex Penetrat- Harrison. Ind..,,qil,.O #'' " iffjlF. y [ ing Conditioner. Also send Students learned to operate the register recipe with the and wire control panels for l price circled. Expires May ADP equipment, work the  ([Jrlle 31,1982. card processor system and the Open nites till . st. J dr"'\\;'-"*l'',---.-...,, .,. - _v....,-,,,.. VtlSU I. auxiliary computer equip- ,,sTo, Christmas N.H. ment. st. }ohmbury, Vt. Woodsville, N.H. December 2, 1981-The Journal Opinion-Page 3 TOUR EQUITY-- The Association of New Hampshire Law recently toured the editorial and book manufacturing facilities of ig Corporation. Equity publishes the statute and case law for both kmpshire and Vermont. Pictured above from left: Meldrim Thomson, Jr., of Equity; Dave Washburn of New Hampshire State Hospital Library; Constance Rinden, New Hampshire State Library Law Thomas Thomson, Vice President of Equity; Jane Lyman, Assistant Law Librarian; Cindy Landau, Cataloguer at Franklin Pierce Robb Thomson, Vice President at Equity; Hilase Thomas, Librarian Phinney, Bass and Green; Thomas Steele, Librarian at Franklin CHECK SWEET SALE A Community INTERESTING FACT BRADFORD--The Orange Inc. Town Mineral oil should not be East Senior Citizen's Club will be checking used to make salad dressing, hold a sale at the Colatina weight, and It interferes with absorption of Bakery on Friday, Dec. 4 from at the E. fat-soluble vitamins like A, D 10 a:m. to 4 pm Items 1 p.m. to and K and should not be used featured will be handicrafts, on or in foods, gifts, baked goods, Christmas items and attic treasures. COLLEGE LINC PROGRAM-- LINC undergraduate have finished their first term in Littleton. First row: Ray Burton (in- Judy Newell, Rosemarie Turner, Karen Bembridge, Genelle Grant and Dick Shine (instructor). Standing, left to right: Mona Chase, Shirley Peterson, Mary Montgomery, Gerald Winn, Sandra Gould, Emma Cardin, Mickey Patten, and Norinne Mossy. People in- beginning the November class should call New Hampshire College, Services, at 485-8411. COUPON CLIPPER ST. winning poet, Hayden Carruth, a resident of John- son, Vt., since the early 60's will read from his work on Sunday, Dec. 6 at 3 p.m. at the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, 30 Main St., St. Johnsbury. Carruth's reading is being presented by the Catamount Arts Co., with grant support Free reading by St. Johnsbur00 poet .... JOHNSBURY--Award Council on the Arts. The reading is free and open to the public. Carruth has been praised as "one of the finest poets now at work in the United States." He is the author of fourteen volumes of poetry, a novel, and two poetry anthologies which he edited. His book, From Snow and Rock From Social :, _; lona.Lafavette meet at N. Haverhill N HAVERHILL-- A meeting supper at 6=30 p.m. Following of Iona-Lafayette Chapter No. the meeting there will be a 39, O.E.S. was held at the Christmas Party, members Masonic Temple in N. should bring a gift for the tree i from the National Endowment Chaos (New Directions) was a Haverhill on Nov. 10, at 8:00 also a gift to put in the box for for the Arts, and Vermont nominee for the National Book p.m. Presiding, at the meeting the Masonic tIome. Award in poetry. Carruth's latest collection of poems were Worthy Matron, Edith !   L,u i "Nutcracker" Brothers, 1 Loved You All, Hammond and Worthy FOR THE LOVE was published in 1978 by Sheep Patron, Dean Hammond. be llOWn Meadow Press. The Worthy Matron OF YOUR LIFE Carruth is the first of four reported on the School of in Hanover poets who will read at the Instruction, which was heid at Athenaeum as part of the N. Conway on Nov. 4 HANOVER--On Sunday, Dec. Catamount Arts poetry series. Attending this meeting were 4, the stage at Hanover High Forthcoming readings by Edith and Dean Hammond will be transformed into the Lucille Clifton, Louise Gluck, Lowell B. Messer and Debra Kay Fontaine and Marjorie Bylaw It was land of the Sugar Plum Fairy and Kit Hathaway will be PaOTO BY DEXIER M. PI[ICE voted by the Chapter to serve St. Paul's School of Concord, announced shortly. For more D bra K F tain an Oyster Stew supper for the N.H will be presenting information call Catamount at e av on e Masonic Lodge on Nov. 14. variations fromthesecondact (802)633-2603. d Lo ell M Following the meeting, of The Nutcracker. Also on ensase to w esser refreshments were served in stage will be eight children the dining room by Ethel from the Whirligig Dance FAIRLEE--Mrs. Dorothy B. School and is employed at Bartzis and her committee Studio in the roles of Mother " Town report Knox, of Fairlee, and Mr. Mary Hitchcock Memorial and then a Craft Sale was Ginger's Polichenelles Maurice C. Fontaine of Hospital in Hanover. held. St Paul's School has a awards 00iven Hartford announce the Mr. Messer, a graduate of The next meeting will be excellent dance program (continued from page l) engagement of their daughter, afford High School, recently beldonDec. 8, with a Pot Luck which is under the direction of Debra Kay Fontaine to Lowell completed active Army Duty, Richard Rein. Mr. Rein EXCELLENT -- Bethel, B. Messer, son of Mr. and Mrs. and is now employed by . Ve danced with American Ballet Bradford, Brattleboro, Paul B. Messer of Orford. Richard Hastings of Bradford rmont Theatre and the Pennsylvania Castleton, Fayston, Hartford, Miss Fontaine is a 1980 A June 12, 1982 wedding is fa la d Ballet for 10 years before Marlboro, Mount Holly, graduate of Oxbow High planned . r going to st. Paul's. The Norwich, Randolph, St. (continued frompage I) students are also taught and Johnsbnry, Shelburne, and supporting farmers. You coached by Suzanne Taylor, a Starksboro, Townshend, C YM I/'outh students participating from don't have to be a farmer to former soloist with the Boston Westminster, Wilmington, (continued frompage 1) Woodsville High School are: realize how important Ballet. Most of the students in and Windsor. this production have spent Award of Merit program segments (currently Denise Hudson, Kim Overton, agriculture is to all of us in summers studying at the Andover, Braintree, being offered in Lancaster and Lewis Bancroft, ScottSimano, Vermont. schools of this country's major Canaan, Cavendish, Lisbon). Jim Kinder, Joan Aldrich, We need to take a good look ballet companies, many on Charlotte, Corinth, Danville, The fall Youth Outreach Tammy Harry, Melissa at what we are doing to our Program will close the second Marrow, Esther Cowler and farmland and how this loss is scholarship. Derby, Dorset, Dover, week in December. Those MelanieMay. going to affect us down the The production is being Dummerston. - - road: We need to create a sponsored by the Whirligig Also, Fairlee, Grafton, I I strong and effective policy to Dance Studio of Norwich. Grand Isle, Guilford, I A Woman's Point of View l help preserve some of this Local children in the Highgate, Johnson 00owo, i Lif e on the Farm| imprtant land" Our petition is I production are Sarah Johnson Village, Lon- Davenport, Christina Jen- donderry, Ludlow, Lyndon, being circulated to shake the nings, SkyNorton, Erinsokol, Manchester, Middlesex, - state loose from its S.F. McALLISTER and Mira TaylorqNorwich, Newport City, Peeham, l hyFRANHYDE | singlemindedness about Quality Jewelers Sarah Qhell of Thetford, Pittsford, Putney. economic growth coming only Rebecca Biotin of S. And also, Richmond, As I write on.thelast day of November, I'm reminded that through commercial and Since 1923 Royalton, and Shannon Roxbury, Royalton, Ryegate, this month ending has been National Farm Women's Month industrial development even ,Phone 747-34_ Shrewsbury, South Hero, and feel that I should point out the change in the name. at the cost of loosing all our Woodsvilie, N. H. Originally it was National Farm Wife's Month, but because farms," he said.    , I t llu JctCutermarsh of White River Tunbridge, Underhill, not all farm women are wives, it was changed. Now women " The performance is at 2:00 Vergennes, Vernon, p.m. Tickets are $1.00 for Wallingford, Wells, Weston, who farm on their own, whether single, married or widowed children under 12 and $200 for Windham, Winooski, and can feel equally included. (Another aspect of the name that STM/00S adults. Tickets are available Worcester. has been bronght up is the fact that the women are married to CHRI hT at the Magic Troll of Hanover The James P. Taylor the farmer, not the farm.) o[[ie " From the agricultural point of view other women on farms and at the door For further Annual Town Report Contest deserve praise and appreciation, too In this area a number S s,.lu u, st. rcdrleo, Vermom 060454 information call the Whirligig ]s sponsored by the UVM of women are employed on farms on a full-time basis. BEAUTY SHOPPE 333-9740 Dance Studio at S02-649-5168 or Extension Service and the Jane Papale of Greenfield, Mass., is a field research 603-448-5594. Agency of Administration- supervisor for Agway and is known on a number of farms in SIGN UP NOW FOR OUR Public Records Division. the area. She was at our farm in the Spring to supervise the CHRISTMAS DRAWING planting of some test plots of corn; checked the growth --WIN 1 FREE Permanent, or HANDEL'S MESSIAH during the summer; and about three weeks ago was here for -- WIN 1 FREE Wash & Set, or PEACHAM--The North picking to make tests on plant population, downed corn, Country Chorus presents . Tax moisture content and weight. -- WIN 1 FREE Haircut Handel's Messiah on Sunday cuts She graduated from the University of Vermont with a (Winners must use prizes in December) degree in soil science and expected to go to work for some soil Names to be drawn on December 23rd afternoon, Dec. 6at4p.m. in (coutinuedfrompngel) conservation district, but before an opening became the Peacham Congregational percent in 1983, and 20 percent available she had a job with Agway running a fertilizer plant Church; Friday evening, Dec. Give a Gift Certificate on the next $25,e00 to 19 per- in Pennsylvania. Though she may not qualify as a farm 11 at 8 p.m. in the Bradford cent in 1982 and 18 percent in woman, she certainly makes her contribution to agriculture. For Christmas Congregational Church; and 1983. I recently attended a baby shower at which I sat quietly on - also - Sunday afternoon, Dec. 13,at4 Small Business one side of the room and listened with pleasure to the en- p.m. in the St. Jobnsbury So. Depreciation -- Small thusiastic conversation of three young farm women across We Give Men's Haircuts as Congregational Church business can now immediately from me. This was not the usual baby shower talk of labor well as other Family Members .. Audience participation in the deduct the cost of new and pains, toilet training, first words and steps. These women WALK INS AND BY APPOINTMENT :' familiar choruses of this used machinery and equip- spoke of calves, blood lines, showing cattle, treating sick favorite Christmas music will ment up to $5,000 in 1982 and animals, farm jobs they did while their husbands were busy be in order at each of the 1983, $7,50o in 1984 and 1985, with others, etc. cn'erts" and $10,000 after 1985 says To share with readers the optimism, enthusiasm and stick- " .... theseGregg'GreggcutsSaidis tothecreatePUrpsean in- of future columns.t'it'iveness of young farmers, I plan to inverview some for Iii- u(J , centive for greater produc- - ,r, EE Refund offers,help stuff the stockings insure that there will be a closet full of presents for the 1982 holiday season. Smart Shopping Award: This week's award goes to a smart refunder who knows that we never throw away an empty national-brand package until we have used it twice -- to send for at least two offers. Mrs. V. Sehmidt of Brook- field, Ill., purchased 10 box- es of Scottissues and used the seals from the plastic overwrap to get two free decks of playing cards. Then she used the Universal Prod- uct Code symbols to send for a coupon organizer filled with Scott coupons. Finally, she used the "Safe for Septic Systems" red flags from the same pack- ages to send for a set of free Christmas cards. "Refunding is in my life to stay," says Mrs. Schmidt. Readers whose smart shopping experiences appear in this column receive a copy of the refund- "g publication, The Nation- 1 Supermarket Shopper. Vrite to me in care of this newspaper. Here is a refund form to write for: Tylenol Free Soft Drink Offer, P.O. Box 4132, Monticello, Minn. 55365. This offer of a soda coupon worth up to $2 expwes Jan. 31, 1982. Here is this week's list of refund offers. Start looking for the required refund forms, which you can obtain at the supermarket, in news- paper and magazine advertisements and from trading with friends. Mean- while, start collecting the needed proofs of purchase as detailed below. Remember, some offers are not avail- able in all areas of the coun- troday's'" refund offers are worth $8.98. Personal Products (File 1 I-B) -- Depend Refund Offer. Receive a refund equal to the purchase price of any box of Depend absorbent shields. Send the required refund form and one Univer- sal Product Code symbol from any Depend box. Expires June 30, 1982. -- Just Whistle Refund Offer. Receive a $I refund. Send the required refund form and the proof-of-pur- chase seal from one Just Whisle razor package. Expires Dec. 31, 1982. -- Pepsodent I Cent Sale Offer. Receive a family-size COUPON Christmas get a Texas watch offer I sent Children receive free will from Mix 'n' from Seat- Homes and -- a very add -- and a Flip Glad. of items for such as spoons, Hound Lit- and the book and for a half, amazed the good and the cash-in! -- Ga. I hope Will be read over that Year long. about need to and con- and the their for all stocking prices have send for to will t00ty--rt00spr'ram I ...... -- i you will be able to keep more 00i#1, CASUALS of your hard-earned dollars, a great fashion name with a great new look Further, 71 percent of the fF[#l //'r taxes saved on the across-the- board cut will go to people ,1 Especially tailor- whose income is between $10.000 and $50.000 said Gregg. " t. " " i.: '""' Od by Queen (8.5-ounce) or super-size (8.3- [ , ...'.,. .d. " [ ounce) tube of Pepsodent .o.,,,,o..,..,.. Casual in knits of Toothpaste. Send the Nuclear arms #,, , required refund form. the I0--.///I,;,,,.-,, French jppERVALLI=pLAZA ... Universal Product Code .free,e campa ] /V{"/" mll WEST LEBANON. N H acrylic and f I   --=-vld, M,.,,E. ^nO^L m^.v,c symbols and net-weight / under way , , statements from two car- polyester bearing .... tons of family-size or super- BRADFORD--The Town / size Pepsodent Toothpaste Meeting '82 Mutual Nuclear i and 1 cent taped to the form. Arms Freeze campaign is a wear-dated ' Expires Feb. 28, 1982. underway. There will be a -- Free Reach Toothbrush meeting in Bradford on Braidcd beauty is "' .... t Offer. Receive a Reach or Friday, Dec. 4 and in Ran- all yours in a Monsanto tag. Reach Plus toothbrnsb. Send delph wednesday, Dec. 9. The luxurious robc by  - the required refund form purpose of the meetings is to and the front panel from one establish a network of con- V_APITY FA_II=L ,i Reach or Reach Plus pack- tacts within each Orange Lo,ese elem cloc. It   plush tn age. Expires March 31, 1982. County town, and to review flc.,tos,w. spirant Refund Offer. ting the Mutual Nuclear Arms (do*.ooWo,e,oe,.oo Proportioned length Receive a 50-cent refund Freeze proposal on a town =,vioz,.ov pull onpont. $16. and a 50-cent coupon. Send meeting agenda. Also, the dmrdsce"V"czedCc<,coc.Sos,,rc the required refund form movie The Last Epidemic by ccoco and the register receipt with the Physicians for Social o. Blouses, $18 - $19. ; ; the price circled. Expires Responsibility will be shown. 7 June 30, 1982. The meeting in Bradford on Braid trimmed -- Ultrex Disposable $1 Dec. 4 will be held in the mandarin necked Refund Offer. Receive a $1 Conference Room in The refund. Send the required Bradford Academy Building := jacket, $37. refund form and two Uni- at 7 p.m. Dr. James Watt of . verbal Product Code sym- Ely from the Physicians for Classic blazer (not bols from Shick Ultrex Social Responsibility will be shown), $31, Disposable two-packs, present to answer questions Expires March 31, 1982. about the movie I Bonus. This offer doesnt Skids (not shown). $17. require a form: -- Flex Summer Shape- Up!, P.O. Box 7718, Maple Robin Greenwood Plain, Minn. 55348. Recewe completes AIDe a $1 refund. Send one of the following proofs of GLENCLIFF--Army Pvt. purchase: the Universal Robin A. Greenwood, Product Code number from daughter of Richard A. 12-ounce Flex Creme Rinse Greenwood of Glencliff and and Conditioner, the UPC Dorothy M. Greenwood of N. number from 12-ounce Flex Haverhill has completed an Set, the box top from 5.5- automatic data processing ounce Flex Concentrate (ADP) machine operator Open nites till Christmas Conditioner or the box top course at Fort Benjamin from 4-ounce Flex Penetrat- Harrison. Ind..,,qil,.O #'' " iffjlF. y [ ing Conditioner. Also send Students learned to operate the register recipe with the and wire control panels for l price circled. Expires May ADP equipment, work the  ([Jrlle 31,1982. card processor system and the Open nites till . st. J dr"'\\;'-"*l'',---.-...,, .,. - _v....,-,,,.. VtlSU I. auxiliary computer equip- ,,sTo, Christmas N.H. ment. st. }ohmbury, Vt. Woodsville, N.H.