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Page 16-The Journal OpipJou-December 8, 1982 do00-n on ski e00ipment's high CROSS COUNTRY PACKAGE DEAL Track Pacer No-Wax $109.95 Rossignoi Mohair $ 99.95 Voltoen $ 89.95 Package includes *Leather A|pia Boots ::.,Excel fiberglass poles :3 pin bindings installation Holiday gift wrapping at no charge Open 7 days a week / Roe McDanolds awarded Mar+ Lee Ware trop, Roe McDanolds of North majored in Agricultural Haverhill was recently Economics at the University ', awarded the 1982 Mary Lee of New Hampshire and the Ware trophy, presented by the Iowa State College of Putnam Agricultural Foun- Agriculture and Mechanic dation for distinguished Arts, graduating from Iowa in 1926. He worked for a year as a D.H.I.A. milk tester in Sussex County, N.J., then transferred to Grafton County, N.H. In July, 1927, he bought his present farmq, in North III I service to agriculture and rural community life. Mr. McDanolds has owned and operated a dairy farm in North Haverhill since 1927. A native of Branchville, N.J., he [II I Take a Closer Look So, what do you see? More excellent photos. More solid local reporting and more hard news, too. No puff pieces.., just the news. The Journal Opinion staff is dedicated to bringing you the local news, the local commentary and strong editorials. So, take a closer look. We think you'll like what you see. "TAKE A CLOSER LOOK" To subscribe S IIIIIIB il •lillll tl llm lib mil  I Ill Ilia imln iiiim Ins IIII IIIli Mm IIIliIBII  Save s60 to slOe for a Name Address Roe McDanolds (left) and son Richard. Haverhill, in partnership with Agricultural Research Policy his mother, Kate Roe Advisory Committee, and the McDanolds. Grafton County Dairy Policy Roe was married to Althea Committee. He served as Town Stole Zip " Gilchrist from 1928 until her president of the Grafton " ' ' ' ' ' " " '' - death in 1936. Their son. County D.H.I.A. for about 30 Richard, a U.N.H. graduate in years and the Grafton County Agriculture, has remained on Holstein Club for 15 years. He the farm, handling most of the has been called on many times repairs and field work. Roe as the featured speaker or as a took care of the milking, with panel member for various the help of his mother, who agricultural meetings had returned to the farm to throughout New England. take over the housekeeping Locally, Roe served for 18 and gardening duties. She died years on the School Board, 12 in 1966, but Richard's three years as chairman, and for sons have come along to help many years was treasurer of on the farm. the North Haverhill Methodist Roe comes from a farming Church, besides many other family. His grandfather, community activities through EvervthLng you need for Frank Roe, and uncle, Harry theyears. Roe, were well known in New Roe has always been an avid Holiday Sewing Jersey for their worh,'s record reader of history, biography -- DOUBLE-FACE QUILTS --WOOLS& CCOS -- VELOURS & SUEDE KNITS -- NEW PLAID TAFFETAS k POLY-SILKS - METALLICS & CORDUROY - CHAMOIS & VELVETEEN L Many Christmas Print Fabrics Craft & Quilt Books & Patterns 'n Sew Fabrics GLOBE SHOPPING CTR. LITTLE'ION, N.H. Mcm., Tues., Wed. 10-6; Thurs. & Fri. 10-9 PM; Sat. 10-5:30 Sunday 12:30-5. limited time on selected styles priced from producing Holsteins. His and geography, with a special sister Martha and husband, interest in railroading. This Frizzell (parents of dates [r_ ':!ollegedays, K a t h ari n e B I a i s d e I 1 ), when heWas reting home a poult:nd dairy from Iowa. for his father's farm, Peachblow Farm, in funeral, via motorcycle, and Charlestown, N.H. Roe's was struck by a truck, sister Margaret's husband, seriously crushing one leg. Forrest Hardy, was plant During his many months of manager for New England recuperation, he had time for Dairies at Orleans, Vermont extensive reading, starting a and later for Ethan Alien lifetime hobby. Creamery of Essex Junction. Roe's family and friends Althea's sister, Ethelyn, was were all happy for him when married to Clyde Hall, he was remarried in 1980, to Extension Dairyman at Doris Welch of Groton. U.N.H. and later at Penn Congratulations to Roe State. McDanolds for the Mary Lee Roe's farming activitiesare Ware trophy, from all his characterized by economical family and friends. production of high quality (submitted by Richard milk. He has been a pioneer in McDanolds and Katharine haylage vs. wet grass silage, Blaisdell) covered manure storage, FOOT PROBLEMS? I! you have fool problems and need special shoes, pre$ lions from your doctor, or any otrmr problem with comfortable shoes, come in and see me or call for an i pointment anytime 141.2tI$ or my home 1e41-2|97. DEAN C. REED DEAN'S SHOE STORE 1 Poqla.d St. St J lacrOSS trom Byron's Se.v,ce St'Jo,  Hours: 10 to 4 Mon.-Fri / 10-2 Saturday Other Times By Appointment FOR MEN / WOMEN / CNILOR|N ST. J01mMUlH. SUITS and NO SALES TAX ON N.H. DELIVERI CARPETING Ova, 30 IImW ¢.d ta  fnm • SAXONY & SCULPTURED • • SOLIDS & TWEEDS • Some FNA aq'oved Some with $-yeer warrenty AI beet Nt nybm fr SALEM CARPET BILLS & w,.,,.0Ds, $[' :95 in T'me for O_J" $-WA¥ VINY U.S Route 2 East St. Johnsbur% Vermont 802-748-51 I ( OPEN MON TNRU mU 9 TO 5 ml 9 TO 9 SAT * TO 5 SUN NOON TO I   Also Avatlalde ca THE FURNITURE BARN, Route 2, hst Vt. starting at ||| Savings Bond direct from Singer! Reg. $419 $185.00 NEW DAUGHTER Ill or RUMNEY-- Cheryl and Ill Forrest Hinkson are parents of a new da.Shter born m IS it because Sewln' in Vermont sells the Sh00er 00010 recently at the Mary Hit- [|| chcock Memorial Hospital. !II For 0nly s829 = New baby'snameisElizaheth, l|, Who KO? Dawn. Ill DIAMONDS, WATCHES] Ill .... ::,;; t,! I-,,.., IS Sewin in Vermont 1 II! , , Comer of Portland & Concord Avenue SINGER Iil I ,.,,o,., St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819 We Repa,r ACCUTRON TIMEX and All Makes HASKELL JEtILER$ Llttteton. NH 03561 lSO) 44.-3351 e. t' eve " ,, '. ,,9 -..e  , oudodhavcDImy, ancw • V 7l DEUVERI ROUTE 302, LISBON ROAD 601-444,.2053 LffTLETON. N.H. HourtWlNikaoy$9amtoS:3Op:m • FtRIcIyblll'Hlgl.m, • ScutcIQy9om,fo4:3OiD,m. t *er,.,.a.on o* 0r.., '" Whydid th00August 10 balancing of minerals in the Ill diet of the dairy cow, and high production with low grain I1| feeding made possible by high ||| issue of Family quality roughage. The farm has often been featured in ||| articles in agricultural III 11 journals, was winner of the ||| Green Pastures Contest in |||  in V 1956 and the Goodyear award for New Hampshire Soil ||| -AND- Conservation in 1961. In 1937 || as the  p the farm proved one of thell highest rated sires in the |||  1 [-- ' country. Through the years ill O Oily  /  ' the farm has hosted many II! i others, from throughout New ]! \\; ,, England and Quebec. i|l \\; ' : WALL SAVERS ' OR I LARGE[ The McDanolds farm 111 " ": started with 20 head and 45 Iil "---"="-----=-"----'--==C--'-==. ROCKER RECLINERS] ' aJ[,bY ® ] S TOCK ! acres oftillage, andhas groWnto 170 headand 176acres (with Ill "--"--"--"'"-- a total acreage of 372).There '"Is it because of the Sir00er 2010 _.nd is nearly one and a half miles ill of open drainage, besides tiles, and there has been lit S. '° considerable obstruction ||| ' • removal, thegrading'New and ill .Mich.-Computer co.trois all handles'1 stp buUonholCrsheer to , ,,t,,.makes lmt- !O streambank work, also the ;i aC-Y e||| clearing of 56 acres of ,, onal fiam'ons with tonholes that fit your button in !! woodland. Roe has served a great Ol  sy step. variety of county, state and national agricultural Iii .Touda Tronic memory ImncL _ . , s 2 N;,Y Upholstered Farm°rganizati°nsBureau,SUChthe Holstein as the i11!11 Select your stitch with .Universal pressure system Association, England sa, .lst the touch of a finger ,,ca,.,--c Ill SWlVEt rankeeMak ProducersMilk, MilkASSociati°n'Promotion !11 on the panel without operator adjustments ROCKERS Services, Inc., the U.S. I!! Note: Buy a Singer 2010 between now and Dec. 25 & Get a $100 , , Page 16-The Journal OpipJou-December 8, 1982 do00-n on ski e00ipment's high CROSS COUNTRY PACKAGE DEAL Track Pacer No-Wax $109.95 Rossignoi Mohair $ 99.95 Voltoen $ 89.95 Package includes *Leather A|pia Boots ::.,Excel fiberglass poles :3 pin bindings installation Holiday gift wrapping at no charge Open 7 days a week / Roe McDanolds awarded Mar+ Lee Ware trop, Roe McDanolds of North majored in Agricultural Haverhill was recently Economics at the University ', awarded the 1982 Mary Lee of New Hampshire and the Ware trophy, presented by the Iowa State College of Putnam Agricultural Foun- Agriculture and Mechanic dation for distinguished Arts, graduating from Iowa in 1926. He worked for a year as a D.H.I.A. milk tester in Sussex County, N.J., then transferred to Grafton County, N.H. In July, 1927, he bought his present farmq, in North III I service to agriculture and rural community life. Mr. McDanolds has owned and operated a dairy farm in North Haverhill since 1927. A native of Branchville, N.J., he [II I Take a Closer Look So, what do you see? More excellent photos. More solid local reporting and more hard news, too. No puff pieces.., just the news. The Journal Opinion staff is dedicated to bringing you the local news, the local commentary and strong editorials. So, take a closer look. We think you'll like what you see. "TAKE A CLOSER LOOK" To subscribe S IIIIIIB il •lillll tl llm lib mil  I Ill Ilia imln iiiim Ins IIII IIIli Mm IIIliIBII  Save s60 to slOe for a Name Address Roe McDanolds (left) and son Richard. Haverhill, in partnership with Agricultural Research Policy his mother, Kate Roe Advisory Committee, and the McDanolds. Grafton County Dairy Policy Roe was married to Althea Committee. He served as Town Stole Zip " Gilchrist from 1928 until her president of the Grafton " ' ' ' ' ' " " '' - death in 1936. Their son. County D.H.I.A. for about 30 Richard, a U.N.H. graduate in years and the Grafton County Agriculture, has remained on Holstein Club for 15 years. He the farm, handling most of the has been called on many times repairs and field work. Roe as the featured speaker or as a took care of the milking, with panel member for various the help of his mother, who agricultural meetings had returned to the farm to throughout New England. take over the housekeeping Locally, Roe served for 18 and gardening duties. She died years on the School Board, 12 in 1966, but Richard's three years as chairman, and for sons have come along to help many years was treasurer of on the farm. the North Haverhill Methodist Roe comes from a farming Church, besides many other family. His grandfather, community activities through EvervthLng you need for Frank Roe, and uncle, Harry theyears. Roe, were well known in New Roe has always been an avid Holiday Sewing Jersey for their worh,'s record reader of history, biography -- DOUBLE-FACE QUILTS --WOOLS& CCOS -- VELOURS & SUEDE KNITS -- NEW PLAID TAFFETAS k POLY-SILKS - METALLICS & CORDUROY - CHAMOIS & VELVETEEN L Many Christmas Print Fabrics Craft & Quilt Books & Patterns 'n Sew Fabrics GLOBE SHOPPING CTR. LITTLE'ION, N.H. Mcm., Tues., Wed. 10-6; Thurs. & Fri. 10-9 PM; Sat. 10-5:30 Sunday 12:30-5. limited time on selected styles priced from producing Holsteins. His and geography, with a special sister Martha and husband, interest in railroading. This Frizzell (parents of dates [r_ ':!ollegedays, K a t h ari n e B I a i s d e I 1 ), when heWas reting home a poult:nd dairy from Iowa. for his father's farm, Peachblow Farm, in funeral, via motorcycle, and Charlestown, N.H. Roe's was struck by a truck, sister Margaret's husband, seriously crushing one leg. Forrest Hardy, was plant During his many months of manager for New England recuperation, he had time for Dairies at Orleans, Vermont extensive reading, starting a and later for Ethan Alien lifetime hobby. Creamery of Essex Junction. Roe's family and friends Althea's sister, Ethelyn, was were all happy for him when married to Clyde Hall, he was remarried in 1980, to Extension Dairyman at Doris Welch of Groton. U.N.H. and later at Penn Congratulations to Roe State. McDanolds for the Mary Lee Roe's farming activitiesare Ware trophy, from all his characterized by economical family and friends. production of high quality (submitted by Richard milk. He has been a pioneer in McDanolds and Katharine haylage vs. wet grass silage, Blaisdell) covered manure storage, FOOT PROBLEMS? I! you have fool problems and need special shoes, pre$ lions from your doctor, or any otrmr problem with comfortable shoes, come in and see me or call for an i pointment anytime 141.2tI$ or my home 1e41-2|97. DEAN C. REED DEAN'S SHOE STORE 1 Poqla.d St. St J lacrOSS trom Byron's Se.v,ce St'Jo,  Hours: 10 to 4 Mon.-Fri / 10-2 Saturday Other Times By Appointment FOR MEN / WOMEN / CNILOR|N ST. J01mMUlH. SUITS and NO SALES TAX ON N.H. DELIVERI CARPETING Ova, 30 IImW ¢.d ta  fnm • SAXONY & SCULPTURED • • SOLIDS & TWEEDS • Some FNA aq'oved Some with $-yeer warrenty AI beet Nt nybm fr SALEM CARPET BILLS & w,.,,.0Ds, $[' :95 in T'me for O_J" $-WA¥ VINY U.S Route 2 East St. Johnsbur% Vermont 802-748-51 I ( OPEN MON TNRU mU 9 TO 5 ml 9 TO 9 SAT * TO 5 SUN NOON TO I   Also Avatlalde ca THE FURNITURE BARN, Route 2, hst Vt. starting at ||| Savings Bond direct from Singer! Reg. $419 $185.00 NEW DAUGHTER Ill or RUMNEY-- Cheryl and Ill Forrest Hinkson are parents of a new da.Shter born m IS it because Sewln' in Vermont sells the Sh00er 00010 recently at the Mary Hit- [|| chcock Memorial Hospital. !II For 0nly s829 = New baby'snameisElizaheth, l|, Who KO? Dawn. Ill DIAMONDS, WATCHES] Ill .... ::,;; t,! I-,,.., IS Sewin in Vermont 1 II! , , Comer of Portland & Concord Avenue SINGER Iil I ,.,,o,., St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819 We Repa,r ACCUTRON TIMEX and All Makes HASKELL JEtILER$ Llttteton. NH 03561 lSO) 44.-3351 e. t' eve " ,, '. ,,9 -..e  , oudodhavcDImy, ancw • V 7l DEUVERI ROUTE 302, LISBON ROAD 601-444,.2053 LffTLETON. N.H. HourtWlNikaoy$9amtoS:3Op:m • FtRIcIyblll'Hlgl.m, • ScutcIQy9om,fo4:3OiD,m. t *er,.,.a.on o* 0r.., '" Whydid th00August 10 balancing of minerals in the Ill diet of the dairy cow, and high production with low grain I1| feeding made possible by high ||| issue of Family quality roughage. The farm has often been featured in ||| articles in agricultural III 11 journals, was winner of the ||| Green Pastures Contest in |||  in V 1956 and the Goodyear award for New Hampshire Soil ||| -AND- Conservation in 1961. In 1937 || as the  p the farm proved one of thell highest rated sires in the |||  1 [-- ' country. Through the years ill O Oily  /  ' the farm has hosted many II! i others, from throughout New ]! \\; ,, England and Quebec. i|l \\; ' : WALL SAVERS ' OR I LARGE[ The McDanolds farm 111 " ": started with 20 head and 45 Iil "---"="-----=-"----'--==C--'-==. ROCKER RECLINERS] ' aJ[,bY ® ] S TOCK ! acres oftillage, andhas groWnto 170 headand 176acres (with Ill "--"--"--"'"-- a total acreage of 372).There '"Is it because of the Sir00er 2010 _.nd is nearly one and a half miles ill of open drainage, besides tiles, and there has been lit S. '° considerable obstruction ||| ' • removal, thegrading'New and ill .Mich.-Computer co.trois all handles'1 stp buUonholCrsheer to , ,,t,,.makes lmt- !O streambank work, also the ;i aC-Y e||| clearing of 56 acres of ,, onal fiam'ons with tonholes that fit your button in !! woodland. Roe has served a great Ol  sy step. variety of county, state and national agricultural Iii .Touda Tronic memory ImncL _ . , s 2 N;,Y Upholstered Farm°rganizati°nsBureau,SUChthe Holstein as the i11!11 Select your stitch with .Universal pressure system Association, England sa, .lst the touch of a finger ,,ca,.,--c Ill SWlVEt rankeeMak ProducersMilk, MilkASSociati°n'Promotion !11 on the panel without operator adjustments ROCKERS Services, Inc., the U.S. I!! Note: Buy a Singer 2010 between now and Dec. 25 & Get a $100 , ,