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Page 4A-The Second Opinion-December 2, 1981 5th Annual Workbench Christmas Bazaar t., at the "/ 'L//'"  t (  \\;" / U-36 School, Waits River, Vt. .[: .t\\; Saturday, Dec. 5- / ":  ' Santa's Visiting _ Hours: 11 AM-1 PM ltOMEMAE FOODS -- FINE HOME-MADE GIFTS BY LOCAL CRAFTSPEOPLE. ! M ..,,Lt.s , i [ Orange County Mental Health | YOUR Consumer thoughts on holiday, THE SUPF00MAR00T $HOPPF00 by MARTIN SLOANE One of the greatest problems for people on new diets is supermarket shop- ping. All of the familiar products that have been regulars on the shoppling list must be carefully investigated. Many are discovered to he "off limits." Now begins a slow and painstaking search for new items that meet the dietary requirements. Supermarkets can help their customers colle with these and development into problems. This is what several thoughtful chains are doing: Kroger's "Nutrition Data" program provides important nutritional information on more than 100 fresh produce and meat items. Shelf signs in the produce and meat sections list the calories, vitamins, minerals, fat, protein and sodium in the various products. Schnucks' Supermarkets, a Missouri-based chain, put more than a year of research GARY'S GAS & FUEL Main Street N. Haverhill, N.H. (603) 787-6118 HOME HEATING FUEL ,-,11s per gallon Minimum 100 gallon drop Ask about volume discounts No. 2 Diesel $1.22 gal. tax paid S&H GREEN STAMPS GIVEN ON HEATING FUEL NOW 00ift bu00,in00 DELIVERING . 500 gal. sales and over i by PAMELA LAFERRIERE deliver up to 25 miles. ONLY DAYS 'TI The Holiday season is here ALSO AVAILABLE: - "'---C----?-- "" ings P.I::NTI:::H 'CHRISTMAS! - and the thought of Christmas shopping has probably entered your mind; ,,,--,-----,, . STRICTLY CASH ON DELIVERY SALES ONLY and if you've done any , Burner Service Available Through James Hood shoppingnoticed how moneylately' isn't you'Vegoing -- 603-787-6600 ; as far as it used to. So here are some consumer thoughts taken from the Extension publications, "Let Me Do It" -- maybe they might be of some help to you when shopping for yourself or others this holiday season. What makes you Buy? Who decides what you buy? Manufacturers, me, retailers, advertisers, my friends, -It FREE! ......... family. All these people have some influence on your decision to buy. Holding your FREE LAY-AWAYS AE MC VISA IN THE  OF DOWNTOWN LITTLETON Christmas Cards FREE Address Book! with purchase of 2 boxes of Christmas Cards FREE Key Chatnl with any purchase during the month of December. PAM'S kasual klothing s LYCRA STRETCH JEANS For guys & gals LADIES' DESIGNER JEANS & FASHION PANTS WOOL & CORDUROY SHIRTS s CORDUROY & VELVETEEN BLAZERS s SHIRTS & SWEATERS "Everything for your Holiday Wear" Specials This Week 10%o. Ladies' & Men's WESTERN SHIRTS HOODED SWEATERS ALL TURTLENECKS 20% o. CHAMOIS SHIRTS! 20% Off Paint-by-#'s & String Art One of the LARGEST To), Stores in the area!! FISHER.PRICE at our low, low rices! own against these pressures requires a great deal of in- telligence, education and a strong sense of personal identity. Buy what you enjoy and enjoy what you buy. Here are some things to think about. Are you in- fluenced by friends and fashion into buying things you neither need or want? Do you buy things simply because "all the other kids have one"? Do you like to be first among your friends to buy the newest records or latest fashions? Do you try to develop a certain kind of self-image by buying certain kinds of clothes, records, or recreational equipment? Does having the same things and dressing the same as your friends give you a sense of security? Write down: What makes you buy the things you do? Try looking around and find something you bought but haven't used in a long time. Now, answer these questions: Why did you buy it? Why aren't you using it? Was it durable? Was it popular when you bought it, but not now? A bargain is only a bargain if you need it and can afford it. A sale item isn't a bargain if (please turn to page 6A) NEW FORMAL WEAR FOR ALL OCCASIONS the design of its "Nutri Guide" program. Color-coded shelf tags assist shoppers who are on special diets to locate foods within the store. There are different codes for fat-modified, calorie- controlled and sodium- restricted diets. The same coding is used in brochures that list each Nutri Guide- identified item in the store. Giant Food in the Washington, D.C., area uses a special word code on shelf price labels to identify foods that are low in calories, sodium, fats and cholesterol. The chain also provides shoppers with a special brochure that lists all foods in these ca tegories. Byerly Foods in Minnesota's Twin Cities has prepared eight "Special Foods Shopping Guides." Among them are guides for those on gluten- restricted and high-fiber diets. Each booklet offers a program of recipes and shop.ping list of items available in the store. In addition, color-coded shelf markers identify appropriate foods. In Boston, Stop and Shep has developed a line of vegetables canned without salt. The varieties include, peas, corn, green beans, carrots, beets and mixed vegetables. These products, which are packed in water without additives or sugar, were introduced in response to consumer con- cerns after two years of research and testing. These supermarkets" and others that have introduced similar programs should be applauded for their thoughtfulness to their customers. I hope that others (please turn to page 6A) REGULAR CLASSIFIED RATES $3.00 for 20 words per week. 10' for each additional word over 20 ,' $1.00 for each additional week ad is to run (up to 8 weeks) ,i $1.00 billing charge will be added to each classified that we bill out. Corirrt'H PLEASE ENTER MY CLASSIFIED AD AS FOLLOWS Woodavllle, N. IL St. Johmsbtwy J3 34 35 36 3/ 38 B 40 Don't forget our "Baby's First Christmas" Items! WE HONOR GREEN MOUNTAIN PASSES Gifts Galore I. Luxurious Fk:ldcresl Bath Towels in 19 deorat(,r olors. 2. Bath acessorie in wker & lucite, we have the rainbow! 3. Shower curl,tins for fun, wilh lions, pandas, umbrellas, puzzle and flo,er. 4. Padded toilet fc-als, colorful and practical, 5. Stocking tuffe from 75' - $5;" "'The Unique Boutique" - HEAT ROOM Most of the area's larger busi- esses rely on Ward Mechanical Contractors for their plumbing. heating needs. This same exper- tise is awjllable to the home- owner as well at The Plumbery. We're very helpful with sound advice & quality products for the Do-It-Yourselfer. .: z Santa's HERE at Ward's Emporium/ Balloons & Candy Cane Goodies For All! FRI. 3 p.m. to Closing; SAT. 10 a.m. . Closing SANTA WILL BE WITH US OFTEN THRU X-MAS & LISTEN FOR OUR X.MAS MUSIC ON MAIN STREET! Pick Up Your Senior Citizen 10% Discount Card For Use In All Our Stores GIFT CERTIFICA TES & LA Y.A WA YS AVAILABLE IN ALL OUR STORES VISA MASTERcHARGE AM. EXPRESS ,, III lPam's  'n kasoal klo,him t Fos t(iosOsL open: H PM Mor Thurs.; 'l P FrL; 9,$ PM SIt. INTERF0000 START MY CLASSIFIED AD ON .......... RUN MY CLASSIFIED AD ........ TIMES MY CHECK IN THE AMOUNT Of $ ....... ENCLOSED Fairle e, E.TerP CARD OF I would like to thank the local family, friends and customers who opening days at Connie's a success. A very special thanks to my three Vicky, Shelly, and Michelle. Happy Ruth B. Our Christmas Gift To You! off all maior brand dishwashers in stock, with this ad. Compare & Save!, Offer good now through Christmas. See why we're no. 1 in appliances Free home microwave trial! Our specialty is satisfaction & savin CENTRAL V'q ,I ,m,,t,,iCe JP ,pm.tAci 12 Water Str. Lebanon, N.H. DO IT SELL in the Second I O; P.O. BOX 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 hlo ro e iO .hiLL / OVER 33,000 Page 4A-The Second Opinion-December 2, 1981 5th Annual Workbench Christmas Bazaar t., at the "/ 'L//'"  t (  \\;" / U-36 School, Waits River, Vt. .[: .t\\; Saturday, Dec. 5- / ":  ' Santa's Visiting _ Hours: 11 AM-1 PM ltOMEMAE FOODS -- FINE HOME-MADE GIFTS BY LOCAL CRAFTSPEOPLE. ! ' ..,,Lt.s , i [ Orange County Mental Health | YOUR Consumer thoughts on holiday, THE SUPF00MAR00T $HOPPF00 by MARTIN SLOANE One of the greatest problems for people on new diets is supermarket shop- ping. All of the familiar products that have been regulars on the shoppling list must be carefully investigated. Many are discovered to he "off limits." Now begins a slow and painstaking search for new items that meet the dietary requirements. Supermarkets can help their customers colle with these and development into problems. This is what several thoughtful chains are doing: Kroger's "Nutrition Data" program provides important nutritional information on more than 100 fresh produce and meat items. Shelf signs in the produce and meat sections list the calories, vitamins, minerals, fat, protein and sodium in the various products. Schnucks' Supermarkets, a Missouri-based chain, put more than a year of research GARY'S GAS & FUEL Main Street N. Haverhill, N.H. (603) 787-6118 HOME HEATING FUEL ,-,11s per gallon Minimum 100 gallon drop Ask about volume discounts No. 2 Diesel $1.22 gal. tax paid S&H GREEN STAMPS GIVEN ON HEATING FUEL NOW 00ift bu00,in00 DELIVERING . 500 gal. sales and over i by PAMELA LAFERRIERE deliver up to 25 miles. ONLY DAYS 'TI The Holiday season is here ALSO AVAILABLE: - "'--C----?-- "" ings P.I::NTI:::H 'CHRISTMAS! - and the thought of Christmas shopping has probably entered your mind; ,,,--,-----,, . STRICTLY CASH ON DELIVERY SALES ONLY and if you've done any , Burner Service Available Through James Hood shoppingnoticed how moneylately' isn't you'Vegoing -- 603-787-6600 ; as far as it used to. So here are some consumer thoughts taken from the Extension publications, "Let Me Do It" -- maybe they might be of some help to you when shopping for yourself or others this holiday season. What makes you Buy? Who decides what you buy? Manufacturers, me, retailers, advertisers, my friends, -It FREE! ......... family. All these people have some influence on your decision to buy. Holding your FREE LAY-AWAYS AE MC VISA IN THE  OF DOWNTOWN LITTLETON Christmas Cards FREE Address Book! with purchase of 2 boxes of Christmas Cards FREE Key Chatnl with any purchase during the month of December. PAM'S kasual klothing s LYCRA STRETCH JEANS For guys & gals LADIES' DESIGNER JEANS & FASHION PANTS WOOL & CORDUROY SHIRTS s CORDUROY & VELVETEEN BLAZERS s SHIRTS & SWEATERS "Everything for your Holiday Wear" Specials This Week 10%o. Ladies' & Men's WESTERN SHIRTS HOODED SWEATERS ALL TURTLENECKS 20% o. CHAMOIS SHIRTS! 20% Off Paint-by-#'s & String Art One of the LARGEST To), Stores in the area!! FISHER.PRICE at our low, low rices! own against these pressures requires a great deal of in- telligence, education and a strong sense of personal identity. Buy what you enjoy and enjoy what you buy. Here are some things to think about. Are you in- fluenced by friends and fashion into buying things you neither need or want? Do you buy things simply because "all the other kids have one"? Do you like to be first among your friends to buy the newest records or latest fashions? Do you try to develop a certain kind of self-image by buying certain kinds of clothes, records, or recreational equipment? Does having the same things and dressing the same as your friends give you a sense of security? Write down: What makes you buy the things you do? Try looking around and find something you bought but haven't used in a long time. Now, answer these questions: Why did you buy it? Why aren't you using it? Was it durable? Was it popular when you bought it, but not now? A bargain is only a bargain if you need it and can afford it. A sale item isn't a bargain if (please turn to page 6A) NEW FORMAL WEAR FOR ALL OCCASIONS the design of its "Nutri Guide" program. Color-coded shelf tags assist shoppers who are on special diets to locate foods within the store. There are different codes for fat-modified, calorie- controlled and sodium- restricted diets. The same coding is used in brochures that list each Nutri Guide- identified item in the store. Giant Food in the Washington, D.C., area uses a special word code on shelf price labels to identify foods that are low in calories, sodium, fats and cholesterol. The chain also provides shoppers with a special brochure that lists all foods in these ca tegories. Byerly Foods in Minnesota's Twin Cities has prepared eight "Special Foods Shopping Guides." Among them are guides for those on gluten- restricted and high-fiber diets. Each booklet offers a program of recipes and shop.ping list of items available in the store. In addition, color-coded shelf markers identify appropriate foods. In Boston, Stop and Shep has developed a line of vegetables canned without salt. The varieties include, peas, corn, green beans, carrots, beets and mixed vegetables. These products, which are packed in water without additives or sugar, were introduced in response to consumer con- cerns after two years of research and testing. These supermarkets" and others that have introduced similar programs should be applauded for their thoughtfulness to their customers. I hope that others (please turn to page 6A) REGULAR CLASSIFIED RATES $3.00 for 20 words per week. 10' for each additional word over 20 ,' $1.00 for each additional week ad is to run (up to 8 weeks) ,i $1.00 billing charge will be added to each classified that we bill out. Corirrt'H PLEASE ENTER MY CLASSIFIED AD AS FOLLOWS Woodavllle, N. IL St. Johmsbtwy J3 34 35 36 3/ 38 B 40 Don't forget our "Baby's First Christmas" Items! WE HONOR GREEN MOUNTAIN PASSES Gifts Galore I. Luxurious Fk:ldcresl Bath Towels in 19 deorat(,r olors. 2. Bath acessorie in wker & lucite, we have the rainbow! 3. Shower curl,tins for fun, wilh lions, pandas, umbrellas, puzzle and flo,er. 4. Padded toilet fc-als, colorful and practical, 5. Stocking tuffe from 75' - $5;" "'The Unique Boutique" - HEAT ROOM Most of the area's larger busi- esses rely on Ward Mechanical Contractors for their plumbing. heating needs. This same exper- tise is awjllable to the home- owner as well at The Plumbery. We're very helpful with sound advice & quality products for the Do-It-Yourselfer. .: z Santa's HERE at Ward's Emporium/ Balloons & Candy Cane Goodies For All! FRI. 3 p.m. to Closing; SAT. 10 a.m. . Closing SANTA WILL BE WITH US OFTEN THRU X-MAS & LISTEN FOR OUR X.MAS MUSIC ON MAIN STREET! Pick Up Your Senior Citizen 10% Discount Card For Use In All Our Stores GIFT CERTIFICA TES & LA Y.A WA YS AVAILABLE IN ALL OUR STORES VISA MASTERcHARGE AM. EXPRESS ,, III lPam's  'n kasoal klo,him t Fos t(iosOsL open: H PM Mor Thurs.; 'l P FrL; 9,$ PM SIt. INTERF0000 START MY CLASSIFIED AD ON .......... RUN MY CLASSIFIED AD ........ TIMES MY CHECK IN THE AMOUNT Of $ ....... ENCLOSED Fairle e, E.TerP CARD OF I would like to thank the local family, friends and customers who opening days at Connie's a success. A very special thanks to my three Vicky, Shelly, and Michelle. Happy Ruth B. Our Christmas Gift To You! off all maior brand dishwashers in stock, with this ad. Compare & Save!, Offer good now through Christmas. See why we're no. 1 in appliances Free home microwave trial! Our specialty is satisfaction & savin CENTRAL V'q ,I. ,m,,#,,.4 JP pm.t,t, 12 Water Str. Lebanon, N.H. DO IT SELL in the Second I O; P.O. BOX 378 BRADFORD, VERMONT 05033 hlo ro e iO .hiLL / OVER 33,000