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Page 12-The Journal Opinion-December 30, 1981 WOODSVILLE FFA-- The Woodsville chapter of the Future Farmers of America. 1 ! Lisbon honor roll is named by principal LISBON--Glenn Stillings, principal's list :in the sophomore class. Regina Dexter, Joy Goudie and Carolyn Northrop received high honors. Receiving honors are Nancy Ardolino, Tammy Carbonneau, Tara Hutehins. Ninth graders with honors are Tammy Beasley, Todd Landry, Pamela Laramie and Michelle Mardin. principal of Lisbon Regional Schools has announced the honor roll for the first marking period. A senior on the principal's list, (all A's) is Francesca Peters. Those with high honors, (3.5 average, no grade lower than C) are Shirley Bunnell, Darla Dion, Wendy Hutchinson, Richard Jesseman, Beth Landry, Bethany Towle, Sandra Longchamps. Receiving honors, (3.0 average with no grade lower than C) are Kimiko Aldrich, Anthony Ardolino, Betsy Bean, Kimmy Bean, Shelly Carbonneau, Bonnie Locke, Sharon Meserve and Cheryl Spaulding. A junior with high honors is Amy Heywood. Receiving honors are Darin Jewell, Douglas Robar, Michael Stewart, Erich Toohey and Susan Winslow. Louis Heathe is on the VERMONT LOTTERY WINNER WELLS RIVER-- Elmer Mace of Wells River was a $100 winner in November drawing of the Vermont State Lottery. Mace purchased his winning ticket at the Four Seasons Store in Bradford, Vt. DECK THE HALLS-- The Piermont Public Library is nicely decorated Christmas trim. The decorations were the handiwork of Librarian Underhill and admired by a kindergarten visitor. NOTES & COMMENTS INTERESTING FACT You have much to be thank- The New York Sun, the first ful for in 1981, so why not be successful penny daily, began thankful? publishing in 1833, continuing until 1950. W oodsville FFA d,00l]bles its membership I Oxbow FFA goes to Kansas City WOODSVILLE--The reporter; Rob Derosia, Roy, John Saffo, Steve Smas, Marc was third high in- Woodsville chapter of the Sentinal; andMr. VanGuilder Lee Waterhouse, David dividual and Nick was second Future Farmers of America is is the new advisor. off to a great start this year This year the chapter has 40 and have already doubled members. Most of the new their membership, say an members are from the fresh- organization spokesman, man class. These new The officers for this year members include: Tim include Steve Lackie, Bailey, Sue Bixby, Barry president; Jeff Keith, vice- Brooks, Jack Chamberlin, president; Donna Vogt, Chris Dennis, Lisa Driscoll, secretary; Marc Fabrizio, Don Drew, Troy McKean, Jeff treasurer; William Page, Page, Jared Peters, Craig HOVEY'S SHOPS STILL HAS A VERY GOODrSELECTION OF MERCHANDISE. To Best Serve You We Suggest Blake, Don Vogt, Felicia Beattie, and Jay Germain. The second year members include Doug Basnar, Nick Cote, Ron Lackie, Rich Crapo, Del Doyle, Stuart Tetrealt, Fay Richardson, Peter Thayer. The third year members include Maurice Ash, Debbie Poor, Larry Shute, Rich Rice, Jim Kinder, Donna Vogt, Rob Derosia, and Mare Fabrizio. The fourth year members include Steve Lackie, Jeff Keith, Shawn McKean, and Mike Hudson. The first competition that Woodsville competed in was at Deerfield" Fair. About 20 members competed in the Dairy Judging, Livestock Showmanship, and Dairy high individual. The Woodsville Dairy Judging team of Mike Hudson, Steve Lackie, Shawn McKean, and Peter Thayer pulled through a landslide victory. Steve was second high in- dividual and Mike Hudson was first high individual making him the top judge in all of New Hampshire this year. Next November these individuals will be going to the National contests in Kansas City. Craig Roy was third high individual in the Dairy Showmanship. The Woodsville fund raising committee must raise $4000 by next November to send the Interscholastic winners to Kansas City next year. hang Showmanship. In order to do this the That Christmas Exc es The Woodsville Junior and chapter will he doing a Be Completed This Week Senior Judging teams both number of fund raising won second place trophies, projects. The first of which ,, Mike Hudson and Jack was the annual calendar sale. : NJM:* If Possible. Chamberlin were sixth high Advertisement space was sold individuals in both teams, to local businesses for $20, $30, The Woodsville Forestry $40, and $50. When the team placed sixth out of 11 calendars return from the printers each sponsor is given I0 complimentary copies. The next activity was a firewood sale. Six cords of teams: Jimmy Kinder placed fifth in the pulpwood throw. In log rolling the team of Jimmy Kinder and Maurice Ash placed fourth, wood were purchased, cut Up, The other individual awards and sold All of the cutting was done by the Vo.,Ag. students, m The chapter is also selling Judging and Nick Cate as Christmas trees and wreaths. fourth place in the Dairy The kind of trees sold were Showmanship. On Saturday, Oct. 17, 1981, the Woodsville FFA competed in the Interseholastics in Durham, N.H. , The Horse Judging team of Jim Kinder, Maurice Ash, and Felicia Beattie took second place. Felicia was third high individual in the contest. The Poultry Team of Marc Fabrizio, Nick Cate, and Steve Smas finished first. These individuals will be going to the National FFA competitions in Kansas City next November. balsom fir, white spruce, scotch pine and blue spruce. The current project is the sale of Ag-Revtew Magazine. The chapter members will be calling around to see if anyone wants to renew their sub- scription or start a new one. INTERESTING FACT Dusty shades, reflectors and glass fixtures can absorb as much as one-fourth of an electric bulb's light. Keep 'em clean! 54 NATIONAL FFA CONVENTION VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE ROW,NG FOR AMERICA i OXBOW HIGH SCHOOL FFA-- Pictured left to right are: Sponsor Manley Winterfeld -- Associated Milk Producers, Danny Gilson, Erie French, Glen Larkham, Kevin Stever and FFA Advisor Joseph Button. BEST OF PRESS Abun$at $upply Talk Is cfap because the supply is greater than the demand. -Courier, Ottumwa, la. HAPPY ": FOR NEW YEARS CLOTHES ACCOOIW el DECEMBER 30 TO JANUARY = ( !! , , ......... .802-866-5547 . ay your house rock with happiness the year long! We're tingling with exciting plans to serve you better than ever ! Thank you ! Kuralt Bradford, Vermont 15% OFF ON ALL SWEATERS FASHIONS fantastic at our lear-t racks . SLACKS . BLOUSES ii rn, N ST:. PPJ)FORD, VT OBERT . NuTT/#G toz)zzz-..7 FOUR S ER$ ONS CHOOSE THIS 3-P. MAPLE BEDROOM FOR VAIUI Look at the double dsser ...the interesting tall chest a.d panel poster bed. Visu- alize it with gay colors and smart acl,vssories. EverlOhi in store at k S-Pc. COLONIAL MAPLE DINETTE SET lllld lip b Choose this group for quality, charm, and its sturdy features. Table is slain proof, T"' 7 .; and expands witlt one leaf. Chairs are large and comfortable. COMPLETEROOM GROUPINGS... MANY STYLES... ALL LOW PRICED! Assembled as o decorator would assemble them.., with tables, lamps, accessories. Quality upholstered pieces in beoutiful fabrics." Choose o room to make your home smort...luxurious...and right. 'FURN R 000000NITURE CLEARANCE Save in this trodition0l January Event! Complete rooms.., single pieces ... bedding.., floor coverings. Everything at special savi,gfl CONNIES Ruth B. Clements, Prop. Bradford, Vt. . SKIRTS by such famous Queen Casuals, Fire & Pandora Page 12-The Journal Opinion-December 30, 1981 WOODSVILLE FFA-- The Woodsville chapter of the Future Farmers of America. 1 ! Lisbon honor roll is named by principal LISBON--Glenn Stillings, principal's list :in the sophomore class. Regina Dexter, Joy Goudie and Carolyn Northrop received high honors. Receiving honors are Nancy Ardolino, Tammy Carbonneau, Tara Hutehins. Ninth graders with honors are Tammy Beasley, Todd Landry, Pamela Laramie and Michelle Mardin. principal of Lisbon Regional Schools has announced the honor roll for the first marking period. A senior on the principal's list, (all A's) is Francesca Peters. Those with high honors, (3.5 average, no grade lower than C) are Shirley Bunnell, Darla Dion, Wendy Hutchinson, Richard Jesseman, Beth Landry, Bethany Towle, Sandra Longchamps. Receiving honors, (3.0 average with no grade lower than C) are Kimiko Aldrich, Anthony Ardolino, Betsy Bean, Kimmy Bean, Shelly Carbonneau, Bonnie Locke, Sharon Meserve and Cheryl Spaulding. A junior with high honors is Amy Heywood. Receiving honors are Darin Jewell, Douglas Robar, Michael Stewart, Erich Toohey and Susan Winslow. Louis Heathe is on the VERMONT LOTTERY WINNER WELLS RIVER-- Elmer Mace of Wells River was a $100 winner in November drawing of the Vermont State Lottery. Mace purchased his winning ticket at the Four Seasons Store in Bradford, Vt. DECK THE HALLS-- The Piermont Public Library is nicely decorated Christmas trim. The decorations were the handiwork of Librarian Underhill and admired by a kindergarten visitor. NOTES & COMMENTS INTERESTING FACT You have much to be thank- The New York Sun, the first ful for in 1981, so why not be successful penny daily, began thankful? publishing in 1833, continuing until 1950. W oodsville FFA d,00l]bles its membership I Oxbow FFA goes to Kansas City WOODSVILLE--The reporter; Rob Derosia, Roy, John Saffo, Steve Smas, Marc was third high in- Woodsville chapter of the Sentinal; andMr. VanGuilder Lee Waterhouse, David dividual and Nick was second Future Farmers of America is is the new advisor. off to a great start this year This year the chapter has 40 and have already doubled members. Most of the new their membership, say an members are from the fresh- organization spokesman, man class. These new The officers for this year members include: Tim include Steve Lackie, Bailey, Sue Bixby, Barry president; Jeff Keith, vice- Brooks, Jack Chamberlin, president; Donna Vogt, Chris Dennis, Lisa Driscoll, secretary; Marc Fabrizio, Don Drew, Troy McKean, Jeff treasurer; William Page, Page, Jared Peters, Craig HOVEY'S SHOPS STILL HAS A VERY GOODrSELECTION OF MERCHANDISE. To Best Serve You We Suggest Blake, Don Vogt, Felicia Beattie, and Jay Germain. The second year members include Doug Basnar, Nick Cote, Ron Lackie, Rich Crapo, Del Doyle, Stuart Tetrealt, Fay Richardson, Peter Thayer. The third year members include Maurice Ash, Debbie Poor, Larry Shute, Rich Rice, Jim Kinder, Donna Vogt, Rob Derosia, and Mare Fabrizio. The fourth year members include Steve Lackie, Jeff Keith, Shawn McKean, and Mike Hudson. The first competition that Woodsville competed in was at Deerfield" Fair. About 20 members competed in the Dairy Judging, Livestock Showmanship, and Dairy high individual. The Woodsville Dairy Judging team of Mike Hudson, Steve Lackie, Shawn McKean, and Peter Thayer pulled through a landslide victory. Steve was second high in- dividual and Mike Hudson was first high individual making him the top judge in all of New Hampshire this year. Next November these individuals will be going to the National contests in Kansas City. Craig Roy was third high individual in the Dairy Showmanship. The Woodsville fund raising committee must raise $4000 by next November to send the Interscholastic winners to Kansas City next year. hang Showmanship. In order to do this the That Christmas Exc es The Woodsville Junior and chapter will he doing a Be Completed This Week Senior Judging teams both number of fund raising won second place trophies, projects. The first of which ,, Mike Hudson and Jack was the annual calendar sale. : NJM:* If Possible. Chamberlin were sixth high Advertisement space was sold individuals in both teams, to local businesses for $20, $30, The Woodsville Forestry $40, and $50. When the team placed sixth out of 11 calendars return from the printers each sponsor is given I0 complimentary copies. The next activity was a firewood sale. Six cords of teams: Jimmy Kinder placed fifth in the pulpwood throw. In log rolling the team of Jimmy Kinder and Maurice Ash placed fourth, wood were purchased, cut Up, The other individual awards and sold All of the cutting was done by the Vo.,Ag. students, m The chapter is also selling Judging and Nick Cate as Christmas trees and wreaths. fourth place in the Dairy The kind of trees sold were Showmanship. On Saturday, Oct. 17, 1981, the Woodsville FFA competed in the Interseholastics in Durham, N.H. , The Horse Judging team of Jim Kinder, Maurice Ash, and Felicia Beattie took second place. Felicia was third high individual in the contest. The Poultry Team of Marc Fabrizio, Nick Cate, and Steve Smas finished first. These individuals will be going to the National FFA competitions in Kansas City next November. balsom fir, white spruce, scotch pine and blue spruce. The current project is the sale of Ag-Revtew Magazine. The chapter members will be calling around to see if anyone wants to renew their sub- scription or start a new one. INTERESTING FACT Dusty shades, reflectors and glass fixtures can absorb as much as one-fourth of an electric bulb's light. Keep 'em clean! 54 NATIONAL FFA CONVENTION VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE ROW,NG FOR AMERICA i OXBOW HIGH SCHOOL FFA-- Pictured left to right are: Sponsor Manley Winterfeld -- Associated Milk Producers, Danny Gilson, Erie French, Glen Larkham, Kevin Stever and FFA Advisor Joseph Button. BEST OF PRESS Abun$at $upply Talk Is cfap because the supply is greater than the demand. -Courier, Ottumwa, la. HAPPY ": FOR NEW YEARS CLOTHES ACCOOIW el DECEMBER 30 TO JANUARY = ( !! , , ......... .802-866-5547 . ay your house rock with happiness the year long! We're tingling with exciting plans to serve you better than ever ! Thank you ! Kuralt Bradford, Vermont 15% OFF ON ALL SWEATERS FASHIONS fantastic at our lear-t racks . SLACKS . BLOUSES ii rn, N ST:. PPJ)FORD, VT OBERT . NuTT/#G toz)zzz-..7 FOUR S ER$ ONS CHOOSE THIS 3-P. MAPLE BEDROOM FOR VAIUI Look at the double dsser ...the interesting tall chest a.d panel poster bed. Visu- alize it with gay colors and smart acl,vssories. EverlOhi in store at k S-Pc. COLONIAL MAPLE DINETTE SET lllld lip b Choose this group for quality, charm, and its sturdy features. Table is slain proof, T"' 7 .; and expands witlt one leaf. Chairs are large and comfortable. COMPLETEROOM GROUPINGS... MANY STYLES... ALL LOW PRICED! Assembled as o decorator would assemble them.., with tables, lamps, accessories. Quality upholstered pieces in beoutiful fabrics." Choose o room to make your home smort...luxurious...and right. 'FURN R 000000NITURE CLEARANCE Save in this trodition0l January Event! Complete rooms.., single pieces ... bedding.., floor coverings. Everything at special savi,gfl CONNIES Ruth B. Clements, Prop. Bradford, Vt. . SKIRTS by such famous Queen Casuals, Fire & Pandora