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December 20, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 ,teverl, the Mouse 'HRISTMAS STORY Thomas J. Riley New mouse book gnawing at readers VERMONT-NEW HAMP- SHIRE -- Thomas J. Riley has written a wonderful Christmas story entitled, "Noteven, the Mouse." It was published earlier in the month by The New England Press in Shelburne, Vt. Possibly the best Christmas story since the advent of the Christmas Carol or some of the more mode:n material, such as Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer, the 6X9, saddle- stitched book is selling like hot cakes, so to speak. "Noteven the mouse" has become famous for his letter to Senator Robert Stafford. Stafford issued a newsletter to workers, saying they had to move out of their present offices in the District of Columbia because mice SCOUT FEATURED WELLS RIVER-- Charlie Stevens of Williston, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. David Stevens of Wells River, is one of the scouts featured in the current Vermont Life article about winter camping at Groton there were bothering them. "Noteven" wrote a letter to Stafford, expressing his dismay over his mouse feelings, telling him that some of "Noteven's" cousins visited his Senatorial office recently. "They are earnest, hard working mice and when constituent mice come calling on the Vermont Senator, they should be treated better." "Noteven" said mice are loyal sup- porters of the Senator. In the book, "Noteven" is a friendly mouse who gets involved with the Christmas season and pulls a rather surprise ending. It is a happy story and is guaranteed to make those who jump on a chair whenever a mouse enters the room, a little calmer. Some selected parts of the story follow. On the eastern slope of the Worcester Range of Ver- mont's Green Mountains there is a little red far- mhouse. Some years ago, around Christmas, the house was unoccupied except for a lady mouse who gave birth to seven little mice. To her this was unfortunate for she was a very orderly mouse and liked things even. She would not have minded two or four or even eight, ten, or twelve children. But seven was, well, different .... So Noteven got off to a rather unfortunate start. For one thing, he had to eat alone after the other six mousekids had eaten. This was so dull that sometimes he would just go hungry. And because he was not eating properly, he never quite grew as large as his brothers and sisters. So his ears appeared to be too large for his head and everybody made fun of him. He became very lonely and would often go off by himself and hide .... His favorite hiding place was an other- wise unused stocking that had been left lying around by some child. It was a very small stocking. But then, Noteven was a very small mouse .... He began to wonder why he had been left in the house all alone. The more he explored, the more he thought. Finally, it dawned on him -- obviously, he had been left behind as caretaker. With this new sense of responsibility Noteven changed. He began to straighten up and throw his shoulders back, which isn't easy for a mouse under the best of conditions .... Time passed, and Noteven noticed that the days were getting shorter. The green hills around the little red far- mhouse changed. They became ablaze with flaming scarlet, bright yellow, orange, and purple .... Then one morning Noteven awoke to find the ground com- pletely covered with snow. The Christmas season had aga in arrived. The story continues in this manner and follows "Noteven" through a series of crises, until Christmas Eve, when the story builds to a climax.., and ends with a wonderful and clever fidish. But we won't tell that part. We suggest instead you venture down to the Dart- mouth Bookstore and get a copy of this Christmas book. . . tell them "Noteven" sent you. State Forest. n nmtChehaedtdth 9 counts fraud RESENTS TWO-WEEK PRIME TIME NETWORK "IV Raymond J. to Department of employed as a wholesale NBC TELEVISION NETWORK '. 28 of Brentwood, Employment Security. In florist while being paid total was charged with addition, he was disqualified unemployment benefits. of Unemployment from receiving unemployment Harris noted that the Ition fraud was benefits for 52 weeks. The department has a full-time Exter District other eight counts were staff devoted to following Patricia McKee. continued for sentencing, leads related to possible fraud Ided guilty and was The court action was the in connection with Unem- t. result of DES investigation ployment Compensation first count, he was after learning of possible Claims. He reminded those TUES., JAN. 4 MaN, DEC, 20 .00, and was sen- fraudulent claims from an filing for benefits that it is Bob Hope hosts his annual Lo D days in the House informant, said Dave Harris, their responsibility to provide )n, suspended, and Chief of Investigations. It was full and accurate information Yuletide special ed to repay $189.00 found that Evans was self- to thedepartment. .,,  8-9 PM NBC NBC L,VE tHE--0000Ter 1  ill= IIpB i The Member o,,we,,,n,.. J.,t (r, Jc,,4r, C4AL0000hme to Christmas shop !- for the outdoorsman! NEW YEAR'S )AY NEW YEAR'S DAY t H, ;'11 appreciate these ... i 9.,,PMNBC /CHANNEL3, BATTLE BEYOND THE STARS Richard Thomas and George Pep-  SAEEW HAT 9 ! pard in a low-budget space flick "\\; Jonse,eds/- With face screen and ear protectors. Reg. $34. 5 1) .....  I111111 S )95  9-11PM NBC /CHANNEL 31 - ,  SKE=ER he true story of a dog .=1 used by therapists to help children at PJk) / LOGGER/HUNTER SHIRT  a home for the emotionally disturbed. 9-11:15PM ABC (8Central/Mountain) ;= To uallty wool Nylon outer shell on back and "" // chPesQt'2x. Reg.Wind$34.45.and' water repellent. Stzes A,=,=S'M'L'XL'  PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. 9.11PM CBS (8 Central/Mountain) MISS ALL.AMERICAN BEAUTY A behind-the-scenes look at a beauty pageant, focusing on a naive 18-year- old lass whose life changes dras- tically when she wins the coveted crown. Diane Lane, Cloris Leachman, David Dukes, Jayne Meadows, Alice Hirson and Brian Kerwin 8:30-1ount 3 s'rlu00oN MICKEY RN00 S:bcV, Oe"v2: ' courageous lad mO  wild Aiabian stallion -T--- 9-11PM NBC /CHANNE--E-- COCAINE AND BLUE EYES. O.J 9-11PM CBS (8 CentraltMountain) LISTEN TO YOUR HEART Kate Jackson and Tim Matheson are a young couple trying to make their love affair work, BLABKETS NTED Blanket Drive for Bradford FASTSquad. Please NO electric blankets! May be left at Century 21 or call Bill Rose at 802-222-5544 * * * * * port.s, OVll001=00pecmm 4-6PM NBC /CHANNEL 31 SPORTSWORLD 5-6:30PM ABC (4 Central/Mountain) 9-11PM CBS (8Central/M0untain) WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS. I TAKE THESE MEN. Susan Saint James shocks hubby James Mur- 12:30PM-? NBC /CHANNEL31 taugh as they prepare to go out for NFL: Regional telecasts starting at... their 15th anniversary dinner: she 1PM NYT: N.Y. Jets at Minnesota tells him their marriage has grown Cleveland at Houston stale and she wants out. New England at Pittsburgh Seattle at Cincinnati 4PMNYT: Baltimore at San Diego Denver at L.A Raiders CHRISTMAS D 12:0PM.?CBS (11:30AMCent/Mt.) 8-10PM CBS (7 Central/Mountain) NFL: Regional telecasts starting at.. THE KENNEDY CENTER HONORS: A Celebration of the Performing Arts. The fifth annual gala tribute to five distinguished artists: George Ab- bott Lillian Gish, Benny Goodman, Gene Kelly and Eugene Ormandy. A black.tie event hosted by Waller Cronkite with an array of top stars NEW YEAR'S EVE 8-9PM NBC /CHANNEL 3! 4gTH ANNUAL" KING ORANGE JAMBOREE PARADE. Live. 11:30PM.1:30AM CBS (t0:30Ct./Mt) HAPPY NEW YEAR, AMERICA. Danny Osmond, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Eddie Rabbitt, Donna Mills, 1PM NYT: New Jersey at St. Louis Susan Anton and Lee Brown and his Detroit at Tampa Bay Band of Renown. Green Bay at Atlanta S.F. '49er's at Kansas City --Y-- Washington at N Orleans 11AM.l:30PM NBC /CHANNEL 31 4PM NYT: Chicago at L.A. Rams Philadelphia at Dallas 11:30AM-l:30PM CBS (10:30Ct./Mt.) ines (8-3, i9th ranked AP; 17th UPO. 8PM.? NBC /CHANNEL 31 ORANGE BOWL. Big Eight cham plan Nebraska's Cornhuskers, 10-1 and 3rd ranked (AP, UPI), try to "hold that Tiger" against 13th ranked (AP, UPI) Louisiana State University (8.2-1). 3 12:30PM.? NBC /CHANNEL 31 FOOTBALL DOUBLEHEADER NFL Regional telecasts starting at.. 1PM NYT: N.Y. Jets at Kansas City Buffalo at New England Cincinnati at Houston Cleveland at Pittsburgh MAN., DEC. 27 NEW YEAR'S )AY t; WARREN BEATTY Simpson takes a break from running 2PM NYT: Miami at Baltimore : /  GOLDIE HAWN MAN., DEC. 27 ./ t through a rport lobbies. '11 "ILP  gPM-? ABC (8 Central/Mountain) 4PM NYT .... i"-r ...... 9-11:30M ABC (8Central/Mountain) / ')=' NFL FOOTBALL: The Buffalo B,IIs n.nv.r nt .tt|= ." IN  ,: JULIE CHRISTIE " , :L..nu,anL),ego L LIVE AND LET DIE. Roger Moore's ..,.v,v.=,=,,,, ,.,. v .. behind the strong arm of Quarterback ............... SULATED i "-"--- first outing as 007, and a nifty one " I " ll |L) li A,,, Joe Furgeson c a g ' ' ' F: " : " ) " h r e into Mmam to 1230PM ?CBS (11 30AMCent/Mt alil: NYLON WINTER PANT  : 9-11PM CBSountain) aboutabeautifulpsychic, mistressto 1 lIjJl-ll  confront the Dolphins with alterna- OOTBALL DOUBLEHEADER - rt rbacks Don Strock and NFL Reg onalteecastsstartm at }i- !I  Tough nylon outer shell. Resists abrasion, Water , }i RONA JAFFE'S MAZES AND MaN- a voodoo leader who is also an inter 11, rlr-m'lk lrP'l i"lr- tiny qua e : " ' g . }f ancl wind repellent. Snaps for safety paa system STERe. Tom Hanks, Wendy Crew- nationalcrimeking I/I i--, I\\;1/Ir I1-, DavidWoedley 1PMNYT:NewJerseyatPhiladelphia . liJll Reg. $35.60.  il son, David Wallace and Chris Make- I_  1  JLL. j[ 1L i)'J[ TUES., DEC 28 - Atlanta at New Orleans , St Louis at Washington }i, peace are college students whose in- 9-11M NBC /CHANNEL 31 l'"f'l r '  11"30PM.? CBS (1030 Cent/Mount.)  ..... ll $3160!creasinginvo,vement,ntfantasy THE KID FROM NOWHERE Susan ,UOr-- O COLLEGEBASKETBALL. Louisville Chicago at Tampa Bay i- .... Lreen ay al uelroit vvorld of a game leads to tragedy. Saint James and Loretta Swit. - takes on UCLA at Pauley Pavilion. 4PM NYT L A Ram a " ll LOC-ER'S WOOL PANT ! :  -- : .. S tS.F. '49er's . ' ; for safety pad system. Reg. $35.50,  . s31so i : , , ,  PAD CHAPS  : ]k .j Full groin and leg protecIlon of KE.LVAR fiber. ' N ! ; ' , Protects against saw kickback. Intercnangealole 9_ ]I l l" with ALL pants. Reg $24.50 S2095  :l BOOTS W/FIBERGLASS TOE I ' * " The tough KELVAR fibers will fill and block the : ,q. chain allowing the operator additional reaction p , time thus preventing injury in most cases. Reg. II x l : ' ' i .:;, __, = , -,-. =- end other great values. ' ': : ' _'_ __1/I / ! ,! ...... "" ""'='=='=" ff 1 IN OUR SHOWROOM ... {t l ...... : Chainsows. PowerEqulpment.Apparel  .  I SCR00GE- ,..,,.-aDecember SPECIAL! SAVE s80 . 1 IDITH s CHRISTMAS STORY .f/: ,, ......... S timeless classic, *; JONSEuREDS 4p  : II Carl'Ec;n ' *  ILl Join me uunKers 10r a very special I I ,,, ,,,_._. * ..: .d; ''C.--" g s   :  I 1 "A Christmas Carol", : ,.:- ,' ,, ;'i..,," CHRISTMAS SPECIAL ONLY t * " ' " "  .... All m the Family s " " * I 1 comes to life as a musical. * ':i':"._.; ;' WHlUlHEYLASTI''=O" - . _. _ .. m,= I 1 Starring Albert Finney lal : "  J '!i HI., uec. z4 "ILl ., I  ---- , IgLL COOK ENTERPRISES i : "  7:30 ,,m ilil00ml0000_00 i I Taturda,, I:. 25 lil I! r .: . "We're Gearel to Sel,e You !),ef' I  : rl I ' -"11  t-  ,_  FOIls, Vt. - 802-633-44'13 I! ' : Church 7-5 Dolly J I I II I [ II I I IIIII II I IIIIII I I -..,.,.=.=,,=,.,,=,=,.,Jonse , ,'eas ******************************************************************************************* TUES., DEC. 28 MAN., IAN TUES., DEC 28 December 20, 1982-The Journal Opinion-Page 5 ,teverl, the Mouse 'HRISTMAS STORY Thomas J. Riley New mouse book gnawing at readers VERMONT-NEW HAMP- SHIRE -- Thomas J. Riley has written a wonderful Christmas story entitled, "Noteven, the Mouse." It was published earlier in the month by The New England Press in Shelburne, Vt. Possibly the best Christmas story since the advent of the Christmas Carol or some of the more mode:n material, such as Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer, the 6X9, saddle- stitched book is selling like hot cakes, so to speak. "Noteven the mouse" has become famous for his letter to Senator Robert Stafford. Stafford issued a newsletter to workers, saying they had to move out of their present offices in the District of Columbia because mice SCOUT FEATURED WELLS RIVER-- Charlie Stevens of Williston, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. David Stevens of Wells River, is one of the scouts featured in the current Vermont Life article about winter camping at Groton there were bothering them. "Noteven" wrote a letter to Stafford, expressing his dismay over his mouse feelings, telling him that some of "Noteven's" cousins visited his Senatorial office recently. "They are earnest, hard working mice and when constituent mice come calling on the Vermont Senator, they should be treated better." "Noteven" said mice are loyal sup- porters of the Senator. In the book, "Noteven" is a friendly mouse who gets involved with the Christmas season and pulls a rather surprise ending. It is a happy story and is guaranteed to make those who jump on a chair whenever a mouse enters the room, a little calmer. Some selected parts of the story follow. On the eastern slope of the Worcester Range of Ver- mont's Green Mountains there is a little red far- mhouse. Some years ago, around Christmas, the house was unoccupied except for a lady mouse who gave birth to seven little mice. To her this was unfortunate for she was a very orderly mouse and liked things even. She would not have minded two or four or even eight, ten, or twelve children. But seven was, well, different .... So Noteven got off to a rather unfortunate start. For one thing, he had to eat alone after the other six mousekids had eaten. This was so dull that sometimes he would just go hungry. And because he was not eating properly, he never quite grew as large as his brothers and sisters. So his ears appeared to be too large for his head and everybody made fun of him. He became very lonely and would often go off by himself and hide .... His favorite hiding place was an other- wise unused stocking that had been left lying around by some child. It was a very small stocking. But then, Noteven was a very small mouse .... He began to wonder why he had been left in the house all alone. The more he explored, the more he thought. Finally, it dawned on him -- obviously, he had been left behind as caretaker. With this new sense of responsibility Noteven changed. He began to straighten up and throw his shoulders back, which isn't easy for a mouse under the best of conditions .... Time passed, and Noteven noticed that the days were getting shorter. The green hills around the little red far- mhouse changed. They became ablaze with flaming scarlet, bright yellow, orange, and purple .... Then one morning Noteven awoke to find the ground com- pletely covered with snow. The Christmas season had aga in arrived. The story continues in this manner and follows "Noteven" through a series of crises, until Christmas Eve, when the story builds to a climax.., and ends with a wonderful and clever fidish. But we won't tell that part. We suggest instead you venture down to the Dart- mouth Bookstore and get a copy of this Christmas book. . . tell them "Noteven" sent you. State Forest. n nmtChehaedtdth 9 counts fraud RESENTS TWO-WEEK PRIME TIME NETWORK "IV Raymond J. to Department of employed as a wholesale NBC TELEVISION NETWORK '. 28 of Brentwood, Employment Security. In florist while being paid total was charged with addition, he was disqualified unemployment benefits. of Unemployment from receiving unemployment Harris noted that the Ition fraud was benefits for 52 weeks. The department has a full-time Exter District other eight counts were staff devoted to following Patricia McKee. continued for sentencing, leads related to possible fraud Ided guilty and was The court action was the in connection with Unem- t. result of DES investigation ployment Compensation first count, he was after learning of possible Claims. He reminded those TUES., JAN. 4 MaN, DEC, 20 .00, and was sen- fraudulent claims from an filing for benefits that it is Bob Hope hosts his annual Lo D days in the House informant, said Dave Harris, their responsibility to provide )n, suspended, and Chief of Investigations. It was full and accurate information Yuletide special ed to repay $189.00 found that Evans was self- to thedepartment. .,,  8-9 PM NBC NBC L,VE tHE--0000Ter 1  ill= IIpB i The Member o,,we,,,n,.. J.,t (r, Jc,,4r, C4AL0000hme to Christmas shop !- for the outdoorsman! NEW YEAR'S )AY NEW YEAR'S DAY t H, ;'11 appreciate these ... i 9.,,PMNBC /CHANNEL3, BATTLE BEYOND THE STARS Richard Thomas and George Pep-  SAEEW HAT 9 ! pard in a low-budget space flick "\\; Jonse,eds/- With face screen and ear protectors. Reg. $34. 5 1) .....  I111111 S )95  9-11PM NBC /CHANNEL 31 - ,  SKE=ER he true story of a dog .=1 used by therapists to help children at PJk) / LOGGER/HUNTER SHIRT  a home for the emotionally disturbed. 9-11:15PM ABC (8Central/Mountain) ;= To uallty wool Nylon outer shell on back and "" // chPesQt'2x. Reg.Wind$34.45.and' water repellent. Stzes A,=,=S'M'L'XL'  PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. 9.11PM CBS (8 Central/Mountain) MISS ALL.AMERICAN BEAUTY A behind-the-scenes look at a beauty pageant, focusing on a naive 18-year- old lass whose life changes dras- tically when she wins the coveted crown. Diane Lane, Cloris Leachman, David Dukes, Jayne Meadows, Alice Hirson and Brian Kerwin 8:30-1ount 3 s'rlu00oN MICKEY RN00 S:bcV, Oe"v2: ' courageous lad mO  wild Aiabian stallion -T--- 9-11PM NBC /CHANNE--E-- COCAINE AND BLUE EYES. O.J 9-11PM CBS (8 CentraltMountain) LISTEN TO YOUR HEART Kate Jackson and Tim Matheson are a young couple trying to make their love affair work, BLABKETS NTED Blanket Drive for Bradford FASTSquad. Please NO electric blankets! May be left at Century 21 or call Bill Rose at 802-222-5544 * * * * * port.s, OVll001=00pecmm 4-6PM NBC /CHANNEL 31 SPORTSWORLD 5-6:30PM ABC (4 Central/Mountain) 9-11PM CBS (8Central/M0untain) WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS. I TAKE THESE MEN. Susan Saint James shocks hubby James Mur- 12:30PM-? NBC /CHANNEL31 taugh as they prepare to go out for NFL: Regional telecasts starting at... their 15th anniversary dinner: she 1PM NYT: N.Y. Jets at Minnesota tells him their marriage has grown Cleveland at Houston stale and she wants out. New England at Pittsburgh Seattle at Cincinnati 4PMNYT: Baltimore at San Diego Denver at L.A Raiders CHRISTMAS D 12:0PM.?CBS (11:30AMCent/Mt.) 8-10PM CBS (7 Central/Mountain) NFL: Regional telecasts starting at.. THE KENNEDY CENTER HONORS: A Celebration of the Performing Arts. The fifth annual gala tribute to five distinguished artists: George Ab- bott Lillian Gish, Benny Goodman, Gene Kelly and Eugene Ormandy. A black.tie event hosted by Waller Cronkite with an array of top stars NEW YEAR'S EVE 8-9PM NBC /CHANNEL 3! 4gTH ANNUAL" KING ORANGE JAMBOREE PARADE. Live. 11:30PM.1:30AM CBS (t0:30Ct./Mt) HAPPY NEW YEAR, AMERICA. Danny Osmond, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Eddie Rabbitt, Donna Mills, 1PM NYT: New Jersey at St. Louis Susan Anton and Lee Brown and his Detroit at Tampa Bay Band of Renown. Green Bay at Atlanta S.F. '49er's at Kansas City --Y-- Washington at N Orleans 11AM.l:30PM NBC /CHANNEL 31 4PM NYT: Chicago at L.A. Rams Philadelphia at Dallas 11:30AM-l:30PM CBS (10:30Ct./Mt.) ines (8-3, i9th ranked AP; 17th UPO. 8PM.? NBC /CHANNEL 31 ORANGE BOWL. Big Eight cham plan Nebraska's Cornhuskers, 10-1 and 3rd ranked (AP, UPI), try to "hold that Tiger" against 13th ranked (AP, UPI) Louisiana State University (8.2-1). 3 12:30PM.? NBC /CHANNEL 31 FOOTBALL DOUBLEHEADER NFL Regional telecasts starting at.. 1PM NYT: N.Y. Jets at Kansas City Buffalo at New England Cincinnati at Houston Cleveland at Pittsburgh MAN., DEC. 27 NEW YEAR'S )AY t; WARREN BEATTY Simpson takes a break from running 2PM NYT: Miami at Baltimore : /  GOLDIE HAWN MAN., DEC. 27 ./ t through a rport lobbies. '11 "ILP  gPM-? ABC (8 Central/Mountain) 4PM NYT .... i"-r ...... 9-11:30M ABC (8Central/Mountain) / ')=' NFL FOOTBALL: The Buffalo B,IIs n.nv.r nt .tt|= ." IN  ,: JULIE CHRISTIE " , :L..nu,anL),ego L LIVE AND LET DIE. Roger Moore's ..,.v,v.=,=,,,, ,.,. v .. behind the strong arm of Quarterback ............... SULATED i "-"--- first outing as 007, and a nifty one " I " ll |L) li A,,, Joe Furgeson c a g ' ' ' F: " : " ) " h r e into Mmam to 1230PM ?CBS (11 30AMCent/Mt alil: NYLON WINTER PANT  : 9-11PM CBSountain) aboutabeautifulpsychic, mistressto 1 lIjJl-ll  confront the Dolphins with alterna- OOTBALL DOUBLEHEADER - rt rbacks Don Strock and NFL Reg onalteecastsstartm at }i- !I  Tough nylon outer shell. Resists abrasion, Water , }i RONA JAFFE'S MAZES AND MaN- a voodoo leader who is also an inter 11, rlr-m'lk lrP'l i"lr- tiny qua e : " ' g . }f ancl wind repellent. Snaps for safety paa system STERe. Tom Hanks, Wendy Crew- nationalcrimeking I/I i--, I\\;1/Ir I1-, DavidWoedley 1PMNYT:NewJerseyatPhiladelphia . liJll Reg. $35.60.  il son, David Wallace and Chris Make- I_  1  JLL. j[ 1L i)'J[ TUES., DEC 28 - Atlanta at New Orleans , St Louis at Washington }i, peace are college students whose in- 9-11M NBC /CHANNEL 31 l'"f'l r '  11"30PM.? CBS (1030 Cent/Mount.)  ..... ll $3160!creasinginvo,vement,ntfantasy THE KID FROM NOWHERE Susan ,UOr-- O COLLEGEBASKETBALL. Louisville Chicago at Tampa Bay i- .... Lreen ay al uelroit vvorld of a game leads to tragedy. Saint James and Loretta Swit. - takes on UCLA at Pauley Pavilion. 4PM NYT L A Ram a " ll LOC-ER'S WOOL PANT ! :  -- : .. S tS.F. '49er's . ' ; for safety pad system. Reg. $35.50,  . s31so i : , , ,  PAD CHAPS  : ]k .j Full groin and leg protecIlon of KE.LVAR fiber. ' N ! ; ' , Protects against saw kickback. Intercnangealole 9_ ]I l l" with ALL pants. Reg $24.50 S2095  :l BOOTS W/FIBERGLASS TOE I ' * " The tough KELVAR fibers will fill and block the : ,q. chain allowing the operator additional reaction p , time thus preventing injury in most cases. Reg. II x l : ' ' i .:;, __, = , -,-. =- end other great values. ' ': : ' _'_ __1/I / ! ,! ...... "" ""'='=='=" ff 1 IN OUR SHOWROOM ... {t l ...... : Chainsows. PowerEqulpment.Apparel  .  I SCR00GE- ,..,,.-aDecember SPECIAL! SAVE s80 . 1 IDITH s CHRISTMAS STORY .f/: ,, ......... S timeless classic, *; JONSEuREDS 4p  : II Carl'Ec;n ' *  ILl Join me uunKers 10r a very special I I ,,, ,,,_._. * ..: .d; ''C.--" g s   :  I 1 "A Christmas Carol", : ,.:- ,' ,, ;'i..,," CHRISTMAS SPECIAL ONLY t * " ' " "  .... All m the Family s " " * I 1 comes to life as a musical. * ':i':"._.; ;' WHlUlHEYLASTI''=O" - . _. _ .. m,= I 1 Starring Albert Finney lal : "  J '!i HI., uec. z4 "ILl ., I  ---- , IgLL COOK ENTERPRISES i : "  7:30 ,,m ilil00ml0000_00 i I Taturda,, I:. 25 lil I! r .: . "We're Gearel to Sel,e You !),ef' I  : rl I ' -"11  t-  ,_  FOIls, Vt. - 802-633-44'13 I! ' : Church 7-5 Dolly J I I II I [ II I I IIIII II I IIIIII I I -..,.,.=.=,,=,.,,=,=,.,Jonse , ,'eas ******************************************************************************************* TUES., DEC. 28 MAN., IAN TUES., DEC 28