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October 27, 1982-The Journal Oplnion,Page 9 Thoughts onthe by Gary W. Moore . J ANTLERS, NOT HORNS antlers. They do not have horns. Cows have ' season many people are thinking of antlers. There is a great deal of raisin- regarding antlers, some of which should be in fact bone. Horns are made of material fingernails. Antlers are shed yearly. unting Ground, the official publication of the of Fish and Wildlife Resources of Kentucky, with the following: 'starts in the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus substance called luteinizing hormone releasing' ch triggers the adenohypophysis to release I  hormone. This hormone when released into the rulates certain cells of the testes called Leydid Cells  tesosterone and testosterone primes the antler ,i - e. enderstand all that you can call yourself an expert. move on to what we all know The antlers grow y and are covered with velvet until late summer. .Vet carries a rich blood supply to the bony antis[ UlWhich provides the nurishment needed for grow.. AS, ivt degenerates the blood flow lessens and tbe:, "lcome more dense. By fall the velvet has dried nd "#crapes it off and polishes his antlers. - ! is because they do more fighting. l of the rack has nothing to do with age. Repeatedly ,.,have shown that genetics and nutrition are the key " was conducted at Mamoth Cave National Park . hunting is allowed and there was an over population #Jand a lack of suitable browse. Many bucks were found ;iao antlers or antlers still covered with velvet far into settee T,e over popo00a.o., co00eq00en00 0ton resulted in delayed puberty, reduced body aS and hormonal deficiencies which resulted in the lack development. :of 15o pounds needs about 9,900 calorles a day for s1.owth and development. This is about twelve to :nds of good browse. Qt development and antler growth the browse should ,n protein and also provide ample calcium and S. repeatedly shown with good food antler lent usually peaks at five years of age and declines it r. i tthe antlers are shed after the breeding season the "tes__.x much of its agressiveness and becomes more tlXperiments have shown that a very aggressive buck aueWn and is a different animal in temperment if its are cut off. r-- , DEER SEASON NEARLY UPON US  Hampshire deer season opens Wednesday, Nov. 3. ont season opens Saturday, Nov. 13. 'Weekend is not too soo.n to sight in the rifle and cheCkn ittogrg Storremn;mCneo ?Je tYoernd ThsPle "dtlt:n or %n m00Z00vermont h and Game Department for some materials. le are: deer and bear season totals by town, T  Guidebook (lists lodging and restaurants), Bed akfast Program (lists private homes that take in 13] aM a list of public and private campgrounds.  ANTLERLESS PERMITS OUT haven't got yours you mt !ik ely shouldn't hold your _,,ot mailed out the permits on Oct. 15. In New e where a permit is needed in the specialex- it,l zone in west-central part of the state thae  vrmitspe " -Ttiled on Oct. 12. ii,[it:  feeling badly about not setting one you are not tPJlt.Was not chosen again this year. I have never been .ky which is why I seldom gamble. I failed to receive t to hunt geese in the Addison Refuge for the sixth . a row. Maybe next year. BOW KILL CONTINUES TO LAG the total of deer reported was 486. This compares to Same day last year. County had 53 deer reported vs 89 last year. , had 31 vs 45 and Windsor 79 vs 139. [tatewide  total is down 37 percent. Vermont wardens tops in nation State Fish and Game Wardens returned recently from the National Police Revolver Championship in Iowa as the top Conservation Officer in the nation. The Championship match, sponsored by the NRA and hosted by the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy, was held Sept. 13, 14, 15, and 16 at Camp Dodge, the Iowa National Guard Headquarters outside Des Moines. Over 800 federal, state, county, municipal and industrial law enforcement officers from all over the U.S were present to compete for a variety of awards. The Vermont Game Warden Association Pistol Team recaptured the Mary C. Camp Trophy which is awarded yearly to the high scoring conservation officer team. Using custom revolvers team members Herb Conly of Underhill, Phil Howland of Springfield, John Kapusta of Craftsbury and Eric Nuse of Johnson shot a score of 2340- 107x out of a possible 2400. This same team of shooters held the trophy in 1980 and lost it to California in 1981. Con- servation officers from Wisconsin placed second with 2310-92x, and Missouri was third with 2396-92x. The wardens competed l m N00E--wBURY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL I by JENNIFER HOLMES, llm00liiS0000 00mmil TARA SABIN AND GREG ALLEN l  The students of Newbury Elementary School are going to attend a Heritage Festival. The Heritage Festival is designed to give the students an idea of how life was in the E1 past. The Festival will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1982. Some of the workshops the children will be choosing from are stenciling, cornhusk dolls, cider pressing, and patchwork quilting. There are 15 workshops in all. The children pick four out of the 1,5 workshops. The Historic Walk will go all over Newbury Village. They will be walking to the Bailey Club and many more places The open house will be from TOPS IN U.S.--Vermont Fish and Game wardens returned as victors from the shot a 2354-131x to take the First High Master Four Man Team at the NRA Northeast Regional Championship Match held Sept. 25 and 26 in Simsbury, Conn. Top place went to a Nassau County, New York team who outshot the wardens by just eight points. Croton man enlists in National Guard GROTON-- Darryl Hatch, Groton, recently enlisted in the Vermont Army National Guard and is a member of Company A, 2rid Battalion, 172d Armor Bradford, Vt. Darryl will be attending Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Knox, Ky and will be trained as an Armour Crewman. Anyone requesting in- formation on the Vermont ................. JUDY AUGUSTINE $ ................... LISA FARNHAM KATHERH41E HARTLEY SANDY PERRY KIM STOCXWKL BETHANNE WRh?d4T AdldHt ................ ARNOLD SHIELDS Cmtrlfmol ........... NORMA O0U6T J00Y PRATT DWAYNA ,TAI TH JIM URQUHART tom Fenmr Senior of the Week Senior of the week is Cyn- thia Underhill. Underhill has been an active student at Oxbow, involved in Student Council, Softball, One Act Plays, Band-Chorus, Basketball, Ski Team, American Field Service (A.F.S.) and has also served two terms as class president. In the spring of her sophomore year, Underhill went to Minnesota as an A.FS. student. She really enjoyed herself in Minnesota nciXstill remains in contact with friends she met out there. Underhill plans for the future are to go to college and her goals are to learn as much as she can. Colleges that Underhill plans on applying to are: Hartford College for Women, Endicott College and White Pines. Underhill thinks that she would like to major in Liberal Arts. Underhilrs hobbies are skiing, softball and drawing. Her favorite class at Oxbow was her 9th grade English class because she says, "Mr. Moore made the class very National Police Revolver Championship in Iowa. against all participating of- miles at their own expense ficers as well as conservation assisted only by fundraising officers and won several in- activities to represent Ver- dividual awards. High Con- mont at the National Cham- servation Officers and High pionship. State Master went to Herb From the nationalstheteam Conly with a score of 1485-84 went on to win their class for out of a possible 1500. the third consecutive year at The team traveled over2500 the Regionals. The wardens Concerning the school dress code, (no shorts), 4 favored the dress code and 44 disagreed with it. This survey reflects the opinion of only 11 percent of the school's total student population (440). Student response was solicited at random. The results, of course, are not to be con- sidered as being the "official" view of the students. ' Mr. Jones, VocationalCoordinator Mr. Robert Jones, Oxbow Vocational Coordinator, recently spoke about his new job and said, "this job is different from teaching." This year Jones switched from being a Forestry teacher for seven years to his new job as Oxbow's Vocational Coordinator. When asked why the switch, he replied, "I got my master's degree in Public School Administration and it gave me the background for this job." Jones added, "It's a good chance to work one to one with students and career choice in * all vocational di, nob just Forestry." Jones wants students to become more aware of op- portunities available to them in the vocational center and for their career choice. Jones' schedule is flexible and varies daily When he was asked if he liked his new job, he answered, "Love it! It's great! It's a challenge. It's frustrating and very rewar- ding." Mrs. Pat Bonazzoli previously held the job of a vocational director for the last two years. She recently moved to Colorado, where her husband has been transferred. This year's'yearbook staff consists of: Penny Wark, Darlene Page, Randy Hun- tington, Nell Piper, Tim Grow, Doreen Smith, Lynne Daniels, Laurie Williams, Tom Bouffard, Kim Stockwell, Mike Burnham, Amy Eiler- tsen, Judy Augustine, and Katherine Hartley. The editors of the 1983 yearbook are Judy Augustine and Katherine Hartley. The advisor and supervisor of the 1983 Olympian yearbook is Mr. Joseph Hadley. Mr. Louis Lavin is .in charge of ads and the business department. Several members of the yearbook staff are busy at work selling ads, yearbooks, and raffle tickets to raise enough money to purchase eight pages of the 128 pages in color. Because of the expense of the color pages, the year- book this year will cost $3.50 down (deposit) and $5.00 when the books arrive. The theme for the Olympian '83 yearbook is a magazine format. The dedication has not been decided yet. The staff is consider a spring sup- plement/ . "Olympian '83 yearbook," being published by Hunter publishing company, is a memory book that will have a lot of copy, supported by pictures. The staff believes that it will not have too much difficulty in meeting its deadlines and hopes for a delivery date of May 28, 1983. U.S.S.R. After seven weeks of the Uninterrupted Sustained Silent Reading (U.S.S.R.) at Oxbow High School, most of the students who were Guard may reach SSG Dick Odette at the Bradford Armory or call 802-222-4611 or 802-674-2096. FALL ANTIQUE SHOW AND SALE LEBANON-- The Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital Auxiliary is sponsoring a Fall Antique Show and Sale to benefit the hospital and its extended care unit. The event will be held on Sunday, Nov. 7, at Lebanon High School, exit 18 off Interstate 89. The sale will run from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. There will be a $2.00 admission. A Snackbar will be ayailable featuring homemade foods. High School are meeting with principal Richard Rothenberg once a week for a student- principal luncheon to discuss problems, thoughts and ideas associated with Oxbow. Each week, homeroom teachers choose a student who shows good academic effort. His or her name is sent to the front office. Letters are then sent out to each student in- forming them of the details. The purpose of the luncheon is to open communication between the students and Rothenberg. Also, it is to get rid of the idea that students can only talk to the principal when they have done something wrong. The idea for the student- principal luncheon was Rothenberg's. He says "I hope that this does open com- munication at Oxbow High School. person with the best costume. The Student Council will then award those six people a prize. Survey Questions on School Rules The students of Oxbow High School returned this year to f.ind tome school rules had changed. More rules were added. In previous years, there was a smoking area, which was open to students 16 years of age who had a smoking permit Signed by their parents. This year the smoking area was closed and student smoking is not per- mitted at school. Also last year, and the years before, students were permitted to play music in the cafeteria and courtyard. This year no music is allowed. Last year, shorts were worn by a few people. A rule was made this year which states that shorts are not to be worn at school. A recent survey of 48 Oxbow students was conducted. The following questions were asked: Do you think the new rule prohibiting music is fair?; Do you think it's fair for teachers to smoke while students are forbidden to?; Do yon think the new rules have helped the school for better?; Do you think the school needs newer, stricter rules?; Do yon think the dress code-- no shorts -- is fair? Concerning the first question: Do you think no music is fair? 6 yes; 42 no. 7:15 to 8:30 in Newbury exhibits the children have Elementary. The parents and made in the day. The P.T.O. friends will go to the students will have coffee downstairs in classrooms and look at the the library. llii lid I m I I|innall|l| 00VACUUM CLEANEB 14 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Call J0e I)ePal 1-603.448-$781 SALFS & SERVICE BAGS & SUPPLIES. liimiiBiil I HiD mliliniimlllll The Family Chain October 31, 1981 - 1982 Our family chain was broken One year ago today The safety clasp came open When Dad was called away. The year has been so lonely We love and miss him so, An empty void remains at home But in our hearts we know. We'll be together someday And happiness will reign. The broken link will be attached To the Simpson family chain. Dear Dad we're thinking of you As you watch usrom above We send to you mid tearful prayers Our everlasting love. We Miss You Dad, Marguerite & Family THE PERFECT SETTING FOR YOUR DIAMOND S. F. MeA///ste00 Quality Jewelers Since 1923 Woodsvilie, N.H. Tel. 747 3402 ia [ _ II re'k_ . WARDENS WIN NATIONAL SHOOT interesting." She evaluates The next question asked the In order to get this job, questioned about it by the sgame wardens have a strong reputation as ac- her years at Oxbow as Students if they favored the Jones had to qualify Oxbow News like it. '0Oters in law enforcement firearms competition. "Boring at the end, butokay." new smoking area rule In educationally, become state The most widely stated atl previous feats, however, a four-man team of Her advice to younger response: 23 voted yes and 25 certified, interviewed and complaint is that the program game wardens recently attended the "National students is, "Obtain good voted no. approved by the school board, is too short. A few students Volver Championships" in Iowa and wa!ked away study and listening habits and The third question: Do you Jones' goal for this year is also said that it would be 'COnservation Department Team Award. have fun." think it is fair for teachers to "to get to know all the better to have it in the af- diem, Wardens Eric Nuse of Johnson, John Kapnsta of Oxbow Student Council smoke while student smoking students." . .. ternoon, as they do at Brad-. ::'Y, Herbert Conly of Jericho, and Philip Howland of The Student Council at is prohibited? 3 students Yearboo rews ford Elementary. "ll,t, shot their way to First Place in a highly Oxbow High School has many favored the rule, while 25 Several seniors and a few Some reasons " why the 'bd of conservation officers from throughout the activities it is working on now. disagreed, faculty members are students enjoy the program ates and Canada. Warden Thomas Stearns of The Oxbow Student Council Twelve voted yes and 36 currently hard at work in are: it gives people who don't Oached the Vermont team for the win. is working on a Haunted voted no for the questions preparation for this year's read at home a chance to do so .tly n9 t satisfied, Warden Conly, also decided to go House to beheld on Oct. 29 and asking if they thought the new yearbook "The Olympian in school and lets people who " .... 30. The matinee will be held rules have helped the school '83." ,30-some other wardens m one-on-one compehtmn otherwise wouldn't read do it, e "Individual Conservation Officers" award with Oct. 30 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in for the better. Among the many areas of as well as making for a more :aOting. the old horse barn behind Voting for new, more strict work are: selling ads, selling literate school. Oxbow High School along with rules for the school's yearbook subscriptions, doing Student-Principal k LAST WEEK OF TROUT FISHING Y Will mark the last day of the season for trout and t nost .reports that I have indicate that the cool [t,s caused the fish to move into the shallows and !i,--ng. Many nice fish have been caught from shore. 't Want to give it a try as I plan to. soccer highlights I from page 8) four shots on goal..against The lone White Mountain the in the final Engineer's lost a tough 2-1 Mark game. WoodsvilIe's goal, off the body of Larry Shute, on a penalty kick. It was the first hhhts goal scored against" White A win, a loss Mtns. this year. The winning the week's work goal came at the 17 minute soccer team. mark of the final quarter, just a 04} encounter beating goalie Del Doyle Woodsville Wondsville had their scoring throughout, shoes on against Newfound,. towards the blistering the opponent's net goalie and for eight goals. Pat Riggie and Del Doyle Larry Shute scored two apieCe turning back as Dave Nickerson, Mike Freselone, Craig Roy, and Chris Finley scored one apiece. Dave Patten was credited with two assists while Dave Pomplan, Freselone, Roy, and ,Ted Nickerson got one each. ries. Division of QUOTE "Advice is seldom welcome; and those who want it the most always like it the least." Lord Chesterfield the Haunted House. Included in the matinee are dunking for apples, donuts on a string, a pinata and a "toned-down" haunted house. Apple cider will also be available. The Student Council is also holding a raffle which will be drawn at the Haunted House on Oct. 30. They are raffling off a pinata. The Student Council is also holding a dress-up day at Oxbow. Students will dress up in costumes on Friday, Oct. 29. Each class will pick the discipline were 4 voting yes layouts, and copy, and all while 44 responded no. phases of photography. Luncheon Some students at Oxbow FINAL SOCCER STANDINGS WLT WoodsvilleEng.- 9 3 2 OrfordWildcats- 8 5 1 ThetfordPanthers- 8 5 1 Oxbow Olympians- 8 5 1 BMU Bucks 0 12 0 Results Through Oct. 21 .Danville 1 Thetford 0 Oxbow 4 U-32 3 Lisbon 5 Orford 3 Lisbon 5 Blue Mt. 2 Woodsville 0 Berlin 0 Sunapee 2 Theffo|:d 1 So. Royalton 4 BMU 0 Oxbow 9 Randolph 1 Sunapee 4 Orford 3 Thetford 1 Chelsea 0 White Mtn. 2 Woodsville 1 Woodsville 8 Newfound 4 - In Piayoffs PATROL IN BEIRUT--Marine Sergeant Dana C. Stockman, son of Gerald Stock- man, Jr. of Bradford, Vermont is serving with the 8th Battalion, Second Marine Division in Beirut, Lebanon. Stockman, an assault platoon leader, is a member of the US peacekeeping force who have been on duty in Lebanon for three weeks. This is the 2rid time Sergeant Stockman has been in Lebanon, for he was a member of the flint expeditionary peacekeeping force which was withdrawn and recalled later. He indicated recently that the landing team iS ready for any problems, in that they are armed with tanks, mortars, and helicopters. Think about it! Who makes the Journal Opinion - The publisher - The advertising staff - The editorial staff - The production staff - The office staff possible? The people involved in the making of a newspaper are  a dedicated group of individuals, each having a particular job to do, and all pulling together in the same direction so that you, the reader, may have a newspaper each and every week of the year, When you think about it, that's a very good reason to subscribe to the -Journal I1 Opinion The Newspaper For Everydy pimimm -"  :m:_ .... Immmmmmllll l Send the Journal Opinion right ! mm away! l l I 1 ' NAME | l l CITY STATE ZIP j iiiLtlt TO, Joumol Opinion, P,O, I 376, Ikodford, Vemnt 05033 mmmimmiiimmimm immmmummmmmii ! October 27, 1982-The Journal Oplnion,Page 9 Thoughts onthe by Gary W. Moore . J ANTLERS, NOT HORNS antlers. They do not have horns. Cows have ' season many people are thinking of antlers. There is a great deal of raisin- regarding antlers, some of which should be in fact bone. Horns are made of material fingernails. Antlers are shed yearly. unting Ground, the official publication of the of Fish and Wildlife Resources of Kentucky, with the following: 'starts in the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus substance called luteinizing hormone releasing' ch triggers the adenohypophysis to release I  hormone. This hormone when released into the rulates certain cells of the testes called Leydid Cells  tesosterone and testosterone primes the antler ,i - e. enderstand all that you can call yourself an expert. move on to what we all know The antlers grow y and are covered with velvet until late summer. .Vet carries a rich blood supply to the bony antis[ UlWhich provides the nurishment needed for grow.. AS, ivt degenerates the blood flow lessens and tbe:, "lcome more dense. By fall the velvet has dried nd "#crapes it off and polishes his antlers. - ! is because they do more fighting. l of the rack has nothing to do with age. Repeatedly ,.,have shown that genetics and nutrition are the key " was conducted at Mamoth Cave National Park . hunting is allowed and there was an over population #Jand a lack of suitable browse. Many bucks were found ;iao antlers or antlers still covered with velvet far into settee T,e over popo00a.o., co00eq00en00 0ton resulted in delayed puberty, reduced body aS and hormonal deficiencies which resulted in the lack development. :of 15o pounds needs about 9,900 calorles a day for s1.owth and development. This is about twelve to :nds of good browse. Qt development and antler growth the browse should ,n protein and also provide ample calcium and S. repeatedly shown with good food antler lent usually peaks at five years of age and declines it r. i tthe antlers are shed after the breeding season the "tes__.x much of its agressiveness and becomes more tlXperiments have shown that a very aggressive buck aueWn and is a different animal in temperment if its are cut off. r-- , DEER SEASON NEARLY UPON US  Hampshire deer season opens Wednesday, Nov. 3. ont season opens Saturday, Nov. 13. 'Weekend is not too soo.n to sight in the rifle and cheCkn ittogrg Storremn;mCneo ?Je tYoernd ThsPle "dtlt:n or %n m00Z00vermont h and Game Department for some materials. le are: deer and bear season totals by town, T  Guidebook (lists lodging and restaurants), Bed akfast Program (lists private homes that take in 13] aM a list of public and private campgrounds.  ANTLERLESS PERMITS OUT haven't got yours you mt !ik ely shouldn't hold your _,,ot mailed out the permits on Oct. 15. In New e where a permit is needed in the specialex- it,l zone in west-central part of the state thae  vrmitspe " -Ttiled on Oct. 12. ii,[it:  feeling badly about not setting one you are not tPJlt.Was not chosen again this year. I have never been .ky which is why I seldom gamble. I failed to receive t to hunt geese in the Addison Refuge for the sixth . a row. Maybe next year. BOW KILL CONTINUES TO LAG the total of deer reported was 486. This compares to Same day last year. County had 53 deer reported vs 89 last year. , had 31 vs 45 and Windsor 79 vs 139. [tatewide  total is down 37 percent. Vermont wardens tops in nation State Fish and Game Wardens returned recently from the National Police Revolver Championship in Iowa as the top Conservation Officer in the nation. The Championship match, sponsored by the NRA and hosted by the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy, was held Sept. 13, 14, 15, and 16 at Camp Dodge, the Iowa National Guard Headquarters outside Des Moines. Over 800 federal, state, county, municipal and industrial law enforcement officers from all over the U.S were present to compete for a variety of awards. The Vermont Game Warden Association Pistol Team recaptured the Mary C. Camp Trophy which is awarded yearly to the high scoring conservation officer team. Using custom revolvers team members Herb Conly of Underhill, Phil Howland of Springfield, John Kapusta of Craftsbury and Eric Nuse of Johnson shot a score of 2340- 107x out of a possible 2400. This same team of shooters held the trophy in 1980 and lost it to California in 1981. Con- servation officers from Wisconsin placed second with 2310-92x, and Missouri was third with 2396-92x. The wardens competed l m N00E--wBURY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL I by JENNIFER HOLMES, llm00liiS0000 00mmil TARA SABIN AND GREG ALLEN l  The students of Newbury Elementary School are going to attend a Heritage Festival. The Heritage Festival is designed to give the students an idea of how life was in the E1 past. The Festival will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1982. Some of the workshops the children will be choosing from are stenciling, cornhusk dolls, cider pressing, and patchwork quilting. There are 15 workshops in all. The children pick four out of the 1,5 workshops. The Historic Walk will go all over Newbury Village. They will be walking to the Bailey Club and many more places The open house will be from TOPS IN U.S.--Vermont Fish and Game wardens returned as victors from the shot a 2354-131x to take the First High Master Four Man Team at the NRA Northeast Regional Championship Match held Sept. 25 and 26 in Simsbury, Conn. Top place went to a Nassau County, New York team who outshot the wardens by just eight points. Croton man enlists in National Guard GROTON-- Darryl Hatch, Groton, recently enlisted in the Vermont Army National Guard and is a member of Company A, 2rid Battalion, 172d Armor Bradford, Vt. Darryl will be attending Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Knox, Ky and will be trained as an Armour Crewman. Anyone requesting in- formation on the Vermont ................. JUDY AUGUSTINE $ ................... LISA FARNHAM KATHERH41E HARTLEY SANDY PERRY KIM STOCXWKL BETHANNE WRh?d4T AdldHt ................ ARNOLD SHIELDS Cmtrlfmol ........... NORMA O0U6T J00Y PRATT DWAYNA ,TAI TH JIM URQUHART tom Fenmr Senior of the Week Senior of the week is Cyn- thia Underhill. Underhill has been an active student at Oxbow, involved in Student Council, Softball, One Act Plays, Band-Chorus, Basketball, Ski Team, American Field Service (A.F.S.) and has also served two terms as class president. In the spring of her sophomore year, Underhill went to Minnesota as an A.FS. student. She really enjoyed herself in Minnesota nciXstill remains in contact with friends she met out there. Underhill plans for the future are to go to college and her goals are to learn as much as she can. Colleges that Underhill plans on applying to are: Hartford College for Women, Endicott College and White Pines. Underhill thinks that she would like to major in Liberal Arts. Underhilrs hobbies are skiing, softball and drawing. Her favorite class at Oxbow was her 9th grade English class because she says, "Mr. Moore made the class very National Police Revolver Championship in Iowa. against all participating of- miles at their own expense ficers as well as conservation assisted only by fundraising officers and won several in- activities to represent Ver- dividual awards. High Con- mont at the National Cham- servation Officers and High pionship. State Master went to Herb From the nationalstheteam Conly with a score of 1485-84 went on to win their class for out of a possible 1500. the third consecutive year at The team traveled over2500 the Regionals. The wardens Concerning the school dress code, (no shorts), 4 favored the dress code and 44 disagreed with it. This survey reflects the opinion of only 11 percent of the school's total student population (440). Student response was solicited at random. The results, of course, are not to be con- sidered as being the "official" view of the students. ' Mr. Jones, VocationalCoordinator Mr. Robert Jones, Oxbow Vocational Coordinator, recently spoke about his new job and said, "this job is different from teaching." This year Jones switched from being a Forestry teacher for seven years to his new job as Oxbow's Vocational Coordinator. When asked why the switch, he replied, "I got my master's degree in Public School Administration and it gave me the background for this job." Jones added, "It's a good chance to work one to one with students and career choice in * all vocational di, nob just Forestry." Jones wants students to become more aware of op- portunities available to them in the vocational center and for their career choice. Jones' schedule is flexible and varies daily When he was asked if he liked his new job, he answered, "Love it! It's great! It's a challenge. It's frustrating and very rewar- ding." Mrs. Pat Bonazzoli previously held the job of a vocational director for the last two years. She recently moved to Colorado, where her husband has been transferred. This year's'yearbook staff consists of: Penny Wark, Darlene Page, Randy Hun- tington, Nell Piper, Tim Grow, Doreen Smith, Lynne Daniels, Laurie Williams, Tom Bouffard, Kim Stockwell, Mike Burnham, Amy Eiler- tsen, Judy Augustine, and Katherine Hartley. The editors of the 1983 yearbook are Judy Augustine and Katherine Hartley. The advisor and supervisor of the 1983 Olympian yearbook is Mr. Joseph Hadley. Mr. Louis Lavin is .in charge of ads and the business department. Several members of the yearbook staff are busy at work selling ads, yearbooks, and raffle tickets to raise enough money to purchase eight pages of the 128 pages in color. Because of the expense of the color pages, the year- book this year will cost $3.50 down (deposit) and $5.00 when the books arrive. The theme for the Olympian '83 yearbook is a magazine format. The dedication has not been decided yet. The staff is consider a spring sup- plement/ . "Olympian '83 yearbook," being published by Hunter publishing company, is a memory book that will have a lot of copy, supported by pictures. The staff believes that it will not have too much difficulty in meeting its deadlines and hopes for a delivery date of May 28, 1983. U.S.S.R. After seven weeks of the Uninterrupted Sustained Silent Reading (U.S.S.R.) at Oxbow High School, most of the students who were Guard may reach SSG Dick Odette at the Bradford Armory or call 802-222-4611 or 802-674-2096. FALL ANTIQUE SHOW AND SALE LEBANON-- The Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital Auxiliary is sponsoring a Fall Antique Show and Sale to benefit the hospital and its extended care unit. The event will be held on Sunday, Nov. 7, at Lebanon High School, exit 18 off Interstate 89. The sale will run from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. There will be a $2.00 admission. A Snackbar will be ayailable featuring homemade foods. High School are meeting with principal Richard Rothenberg once a week for a student- principal luncheon to discuss problems, thoughts and ideas associated with Oxbow. Each week, homeroom teachers choose a student who shows good academic effort. His or her name is sent to the front office. Letters are then sent out to each student in- forming them of the details. The purpose of the luncheon is to open communication between the students and Rothenberg. Also, it is to get rid of the idea that students can only talk to the principal when they have done something wrong. The idea for the student- principal luncheon was Rothenberg's. He says "I hope that this does open com- munication at Oxbow High School. person with the best costume. The Student Council will then award those six people a prize. Survey Questions on School Rules The students of Oxbow High School returned this year to f.ind tome school rules had changed. More rules were added. In previous years, there was a smoking area, which was open to students 16 years of age who had a smoking permit Signed by their parents. This year the smoking area was closed and student smoking is not per- mitted at school. Also last year, and the years before, students were permitted to play music in the cafeteria and courtyard. This year no music is allowed. Last year, shorts were worn by a few people. A rule was made this year which states that shorts are not to be worn at school. A recent survey of 48 Oxbow students was conducted. The following questions were asked: Do you think the new rule prohibiting music is fair?; Do you think it's fair for teachers to smoke while students are forbidden to?; Do yon think the new rules have helped the school for better?; Do you think the school needs newer, stricter rules?; Do yon think the dress code-- no shorts -- is fair? Concerning the first question: Do you think no music is fair? 6 yes; 42 no. 7:15 to 8:30 in Newbury exhibits the children have Elementary. The parents and made in the day. 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She evaluates The next question asked the In order to get this job, questioned about it by the sgame wardens have a strong reputation as ac- her years at Oxbow as Students if they favored the Jones had to qualify Oxbow News like it. '0Oters in law enforcement firearms competition. "Boring at the end, butokay." new smoking area rule In educationally, become state The most widely stated atl previous feats, however, a four-man team of Her advice to younger response: 23 voted yes and 25 certified, interviewed and complaint is that the program game wardens recently attended the "National students is, "Obtain good voted no. approved by the school board, is too short. A few students Volver Championships" in Iowa and wa!ked away study and listening habits and The third question: Do you Jones' goal for this year is also said that it would be 'COnservation Department Team Award. have fun." think it is fair for teachers to "to get to know all the better to have it in the af- diem, Wardens Eric Nuse of Johnson, John Kapnsta of Oxbow Student Council smoke while student smoking students." . .. ternoon, as they do at Brad-. ::'Y, Herbert Conly of Jericho, and Philip Howland of The Student Council at is prohibited? 3 students Yearboo rews ford Elementary. "ll,t, shot their way to First Place in a highly Oxbow High School has many favored the rule, while 25 Several seniors and a few Some reasons " why the 'bd of conservation officers from throughout the activities it is working on now. disagreed, faculty members are students enjoy the program ates and Canada. Warden Thomas Stearns of The Oxbow Student Council Twelve voted yes and 36 currently hard at work in are: it gives people who don't Oached the Vermont team for the win. is working on a Haunted voted no for the questions preparation for this year's read at home a chance to do so .tly n9 t satisfied, Warden Conly, also decided to go House to beheld on Oct. 29 and asking if they thought the new yearbook "The Olympian in school and lets people who " .... 30. The matinee will be held rules have helped the school '83." ,30-some other wardens m one-on-one compehtmn otherwise wouldn't read do it, e "Individual Conservation Officers" award with Oct. 30 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in for the better. Among the many areas of as well as making for a more :aOting. the old horse barn behind Voting for new, more strict work are: selling ads, selling literate school. Oxbow High School along with rules for the school's yearbook subscriptions, doing Student-Principal k LAST WEEK OF TROUT FISHING Y Will mark the last day of the season for trout and t nost .reports that I have indicate that the cool [t,s caused the fish to move into the shallows and !i,--ng. Many nice fish have been caught from shore. 't Want to give it a try as I plan to. soccer highlights I from page 8) four shots on goal..against The lone White Mountain the in the final Engineer's lost a tough 2-1 Mark game. WoodsvilIe's goal, off the body of Larry Shute, on a penalty kick. It was the first hhhts goal scored against" White A win, a loss Mtns. this year. The winning the week's work goal came at the 17 minute soccer team. mark of the final quarter, just a 04} encounter beating goalie Del Doyle Woodsville Wondsville had their scoring throughout, shoes on against Newfound,. towards the blistering the opponent's net goalie and for eight goals. Pat Riggie and Del Doyle Larry Shute scored two apieCe turning back as Dave Nickerson, Mike Freselone, Craig Roy, and Chris Finley scored one apiece. Dave Patten was credited with two assists while Dave Pomplan, Freselone, Roy, and ,Ted Nickerson got one each. ries. Division of QUOTE "Advice is seldom welcome; and those who want it the most always like it the least." Lord Chesterfield the Haunted House. Included in the matinee are dunking for apples, donuts on a string, a pinata and a "toned-down" haunted house. Apple cider will also be available. The Student Council is also holding a raffle which will be drawn at the Haunted House on Oct. 30. They are raffling off a pinata. The Student Council is also holding a dress-up day at Oxbow. Students will dress up in costumes on Friday, Oct. 29. Each class will pick the discipline were 4 voting yes layouts, and copy, and all while 44 responded no. phases of photography. Luncheon Some students at Oxbow FINAL SOCCER STANDINGS WLT WoodsvilleEng.- 9 3 2 OrfordWildcats- 8 5 1 ThetfordPanthers- 8 5 1 Oxbow Olympians- 8 5 1 BMU Bucks 0 12 0 Results Through Oct. 21 .Danville 1 Thetford 0 Oxbow 4 U-32 3 Lisbon 5 Orford 3 Lisbon 5 Blue Mt. 2 Woodsville 0 Berlin 0 Sunapee 2 Theffo|:d 1 So. Royalton 4 BMU 0 Oxbow 9 Randolph 1 Sunapee 4 Orford 3 Thetford 1 Chelsea 0 White Mtn. 2 Woodsville 1 Woodsville 8 Newfound 4 - In Piayoffs PATROL IN BEIRUT--Marine Sergeant Dana C. Stockman, son of Gerald Stock- man, Jr. of Bradford, Vermont is serving with the 8th Battalion, Second Marine Division in Beirut, Lebanon. Stockman, an assault platoon leader, is a member of the US peacekeeping force who have been on duty in Lebanon for three weeks. This is the 2rid time Sergeant Stockman has been in Lebanon, for he was a member of the flint expeditionary peacekeeping force which was withdrawn and recalled later. 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