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Page 8--JOURNAL OPINION--January 22, 2014 T'-T'-I--r- m m ~ ~ r m m - r-- ~ w F i F i m m m m Across Down 1. Rock or ore splinters 1. "No problemF 7. Flower part 2. Detective (2 wds) 13. Excessive amount 3. Fling 14. Charge for the transportation of 4. "Fantasy Island" prop goods 5. Spank 15. Hole in the head 6. Appropriate 16. Baseball has nine of these 7. Hospital for chronic diseases 17. Traitor, Hispanic slang 8. Dig 18. Middle Eastern full-length 9. "Aladdin" prince garment 10. Challenge for a barber 20. "C' la vieF 11. Baker's dozen? 21. Order between "ready" and"fire" 12. Home, informally 23. Hang around 13. Costa del __ 25. Natural bone cavity 14. Get along well together (3 wds) 28. Bewildered (3 wds) 19. Equine offspring 31. __ v. Wade 22. Pungent glandular secretion used 32. Popeye, e.g. in perfumes 34. A novel person 24. Beat badly 36. Register at a hotel (2 wds) 25. Bow 38. XV 26. In no way, slang 40. Georgetown athlete 27. Apartment on two floors in a 41. Immoral larger house 43. "Gimme !" (Iowa State cheer, 29. One who steals without breaking 2 wds) in or using violence (2 wds) 44. Greet cordially 30. Brouhaha 46. Sell 33. Hostile 48. Crackpot 35. "Don't bet !" (2 wds) 50. "Sesame Street" watcher 37. Pacific 51. Cooking meas. 39. Apartment 54. Terminal section of the large 42. "CoolF intestine 45. __ Daly, TV host 56. The Beatles'" Leaving 47. Dais (pl.) Home" (contraction) 49. Nursery rhyme food 59. Coffee maker 51. Alpine transport (hyphenated) 61. Despicable sort 52. Old German duchy name 63. Larval salamander of Mexico 53. Egg on 64. Honey 55. Convene 65. Fixed 57. "... or !" 66. Attack by plane 58. Undertake, with "out" 60.1969 Peace Prize grp. 62. When it's broken, that's good (golf) ANSWERS ON PAGE 14 Area hair salon representatives were recently invited by River Bend Career and Technical Center cosmetology students to have breakfast and a manicure as a thank you for allowing the students to do a job shadow at Shear Animal, Dragonfly, Smart Style Salon, Tranquilities, Oxbow Hair Design, Carmen's, Oxford Hair Care, Sleek Design and Images. Students visited the businesses on 10 Fridays to see how the salons operate, observing the technicians at work, learning new techniques and seeing what future employment in that industry would be like. Pictured at the breakfast are (front row) Bailed Gravlin, Alexis Roberts, Molly Thompson, Patti Eaton; (back row) Madison Pryer, Amanda Parker of Smart Styles in Woodsville, Ashley Boyce, Ashley White Griffin of Dragonfly's Den in Wells River, Alona Martin, Meghan Poor and Crystal Aldrich of Dragonfly's Den. 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UNLINI= I"AI"I::N VI:::R 51UN $25 fu, * yCtO/ $47 for 2 years COMBO VT/NH: $35 (Seniors $32) 2 for I ear COMBO OUT OF STATE $40 Senior Rate: $2 y (Seniors $37) $42 for 2 years i r uH Et ,E a! iiilq m ,: tlli" Out-of-State Subscriptions: $30 for 1 year ONLINE NEWSPAPER! , $57 for 2 years JO Online Subscription Out-of-State Senior Rate: $27 for 1 year $25 per year facturers, Melts, Milky, Myths, Nailed, Obeys, Oceans, Peeps, Photo, Price, Proved, Rejected, Rescued, River, Roast, Rules, Sailor, Season, Shorts, Snowmen, Stores, Story, Tales, Title, Tying, Untie, Volcanic, Weave, Worry. Student achievements Courtney Stevens of Bradford was named on the Dean's List for the fall 2013 semester at Clemson University for the fall semester. A 2010 graduate of Oxbow High School, Stevens is a senior majoring in elementary education. She is the daughter ofCarissa Thurston. ### Ashleigh Stearns, a freshman majoring in nursing, has been namedto the Dean's List at the University of New England in Biddeford, ME for the fall 2013 semester. She is the daughter of Sarah Martin of East Corinth. ### Darren Sherburne of Newbury has been named to the Dean's List for the fall term at Johnson & Wales University. He will cam an associate's degree in culinary arts in 201.4 and will pursue a bachelor's degree m business management. Sherburne graduated from Oxbow High School and the River Bend Career and Technical Career Center in 2012. He is the son of Rodney and Michelle Sherburne. ### Ami Norton ofNewbury, a senior majoring in environmental science at Lyndon State College, is a President's List recipient for the fall 2013 semester. For inclusion on the President's List, students have to complete at least 15 letter-graded credits with no incomplete or failing grades and have a perfect 4.0 grade-point average. ### Sarah Molt of East Corinth, a junior; Ian Brown ofFairlee, a sophomore; and Joshua Lemay ofNewbury, a sopho- more, have been named to the Dean's List at J ohnson State College for the fall 2013 semester. ### Hallie Huntley, a 20 l 3 graduate of Woodsville High School, has been named to the Dean's List for the fall semester at Keene State College. ### The following students have been named on the Lyndon State College Dean's List for the fall 2013 semester: --Hillary Bonasera of Chelsea, a junior majoring in human services, --Jenna Carpenter of Barnet, a sophomore majoring in early childhood elementary education, -~Carole Clark of Thetford Center, a sophomore majoring in animation/ illustration, --Brandon Flood of South Ryegate, 6 1 4 a junior m aj oring in elementary educa- tion, --Amanda Follensbee of Thetford Center, a freshman majoring in applied psychology and human services, --Julie Gaul of Bradford, a junior majoring in applied psychology and human services, --Hayle Lund ofNewbury, a junior majoring in physical education, --Aimee Thompson of McIndoe Falls, a sophomore majoring in elemen- tary education, --Hanna White of West Newbury, a junior and is majoring in elementary How'd You Sleep Last Night? education, ~ 9~fiO~ ~ a~ ~ttOwhi~t R iv r ~ n. VT --Benjamin YelleofWelisRiver, a ! ~~ sophomore majoring in criminalj ustice. For inclusion on the Dean's List at ~ LSC, a student must have completed at 83G esS., "e "e Ju c'o, least 12 graded credits with no Downtown charm with a personal touch :'i~: ~ " 802-359-4069 thewhiteriver'unctionbeadstore.com incomplete or failing grades and a minimum grade-point average of 3.50. ### Samuel Finley of Fairlee, who is majoring in mathematics at State University of New York at Potsdam, was named on the President's List for his academic excellence during the fall 2013 semester. To achieve the honor of being on the President's List, a student must have satisfactorily completed 12 numeri- cally-graded semester hours with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. ### Briana Alexander of Fairlee has successfully completed Colby-Sawyer College's internship requirement at Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire in Concord. A sociology major, Alexander is a member of the class of 2014. Internships are field experiences designed to provide a student learning opportunity under collaborative supervi- sion between Colby-Sawyer College faculty, staffand work site professionals. Internships offer the opportunity for students to enhance their academic programs with work experience related to career interests. VSO c tor prepares to retire BURLINGTON--The Vermont Sym- phony Orchestra recently announced that founding director and conductor $50 for 2 years 2 3 5 5 1 7 7 3 1 3 8 6 2 7 4 2 8 4 5 4 2 1 8 2 8 3 2 PLEASE SEND THIS FORM TO: Journal Opinion, P.O. Box 378, Bradford, VT 05033 Or Drop It Off at Our Office, 172 North Main St., Bradford Academy Bldg., 2nd Floor, Bradford, VT [ illl i lllllllllllllll I lllllllllllll ] NAME: STREET ADDRESS: P.O. BOX CITY, TELEPHONE: - EMAIL ADDR I PAYMENT: CHECK CREDIT CARD: F'-']NH/VT r--] out of state I [--] Senior Rate CREDIT CARD# Exp. Date: Security Code: i--]ONLINE ONLY MAIL ONLY I1]COMBO I MUST HAVE EMAIL ADDRESS, STREET ADDRESS & PO BOX I 1 I llllllllllllllll lllll I 1 I lllll Please allow 2 weeks for processing subscriptions. THE JO...IN YOUR MAILBOX OR I I I I I I ILl of the VSO chorus Robert De Cormier, 91, will retire from his positions after 20 years. De Cormier will conduct his final concerts on Jan. 25 and 26, which commemorate the 20th anniversary celebration of the VSO chorus. One concert will be presented at the Flynn PINION I! Theater on Jan. 25. The performance will be repeated at the Paramount I Theatre in Rutland on Jan. 26. A Vermont resident for over 40 years, De Cormierhas also served as music director of the New York Choral Society for 17 years. He graduated from the Juilliard School of Music and his other conducting engagements have taken him from Broadway and opera to numerous concert tours throughout the United States and Canada with his own professional group, the Robert De Cormier Singers. He spent many years as conductor and arranger for I Harry Belafonte andhas been music | director for the folk trio, Peter, Paul andMary. In 2000, De Cormier established Counterpoint, a nine-member vocal ensemble made up of VSO Chorus members. In 2002, he was recog- nized by the New York Choral Society at a concert in New York's Carnegie Hall and was presented the Governor's Award for Excellence in the Arts by the Vermont Arts Council, in recognition of his 80 birthday. AT YOUR FINGERTIPS! @ @