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Page 22 Lubec High School honor roll Allen E. Brown, Assistant Principal of Lubec High School, has announced the honor roll for the second period and the first semester as follows: Second period-Seniors, honors: Cathy Bums, Paul Cook, Beth Hickey, Scott McPherson, Carolyn Rier, Barbara Wilcox. Juniors, honors : Daralene Archer, Debra Case, James Doherty, Tim Eves. Sophomores, high honors: Kim Mann; honors: Randy Archer, Austin Dinsmore, Larry Hall, Florence Hoar, Tamara Jones, Junia Olson, Shawn Tinker, Tammy Tucker. Freshmen, honors: Holly Anthony'7 Joseph Cox, Johnny Rice, Fred Stone, Maureen Thompson. 8th grade, high honors: Laura McFad- den; honors: Patty Brown, Larry Jones, Xsyki Toles, Teresa Woodruff, Tina Wormell. 7th grade, honors: Doreen Denbow, Noreen Denbow, Dallas Hood, Angela Lyons, Todd Lyons, Janet McLean, Molly Stone, Julianne Thurlow, Tina Trott, Stephana Wolf. First Semester-Seniors, honors: Cathy Burns, Paul Cook, Beth Hickey, Scott McPherson, Wendy Ramsdell, Carolyn Rier, Barbara Wilcox. Juniors, honors: Daralene Archer, Debra Case, Lee Cox, James Doherty, Tim Eves. Sophomores, high honors: Kim Mann; honors: Randy Archer, Austin Dinsmore, Larry Hall, Florence Hoar, Tamara Jones, Luke Mahar, Junia Olson, Frank Theri- ault, Tammy Tucker. Freshmen, honors: Holly Anthony, Joseph Cox, Fred Stone, Maureen Thompson. 8th grade, high honors: Laura McFad- den; honors: Patty Brown, Larry Jones, Elizabeth McCurdy, Xsyki Toles, Teresa Woodruff, Tina Wormell. 7th grade, honors: Doreen Denbow, Noreen Denbow, Dallas Hood, Angela Lyons, Molly Stone, Julianne Thurlow, Tina Trott, Stephana Wolf. All "A" students at UMO from Quoddy area A total of 336 University of Maine at . Orono undergraduate students, residing from as near as the town of Orono and from as far away as Tokyo, Japan; posted THE QUODDY TIDES A MEARL CORIRATION CHECK in the amount o1"$400 is presented to team coach Kendrick Mitchell by Mearl employee Freda Call. The money will be used to purchase new uniforms for the Shead High School girls basketball team. Co-captains Paula Mitchell and Betsy Forsyth watch the presentatfon. (Photo by Marie Jones) Shead High School ' honor roll The Shead Memorial High School. W;Aliam Gardella, Katy Iibby, Pauta honor roll for the second quarter is as follows: Seniors: Honors-Joanne Avery, Gary Buzzell, Louise Camick, Susan Cook, Susan Davis, Camela Deschene, Betsey Forsyth, William Gardella, Katy Libby, Paula Mitchell, Martina Newell, Kevin Raye, Diane Sprague, Linda Sprague, Elizabeth Trott, Stephen Wilson and Paul Woodman; Juniors: Honors-Cindy Cox, Kim Lehigh, Rachete Phillips, An- drea Ramsdell, Susan Trott and Gretchen Vogelsberg; Sophomores: Honors-Kevin . Clark, Julie Emery, Patricia Phillips and Rodney Trott; Freshmen: High Honors- Alton Jones and Tammy Stevens; Honors- Gladys Curtis, Brett Guisinger, Lori Hay- ward, Laurie Magoon, Peter Miliano, Jo- Anne Phillips, Teresa Pottle, Paul Pulk, Pauline Pulk, Signe Ramsdell and Carolyn Tibbetts. The honor roll for the first semester is as follows: Seniors: High Honors-Bet- sey Forsyth; Honors-Gary Buzzell, Susan Cook, Susan Davis, Camela Deschene, Clark School honor roll The Clark School of Perry announces the honor roll for the second quarter of 1978-79 as follows: Grade l-Honors: Eric Bechard, Tammy Bishop, Lisa Bul- meT, Marlene Bulmer, Paul Mitchell and Jason Smith;Grade 2-Honors: Hannah _ Leavitt, Jerry McPhafl, Shawn Phinney, Sharon Pottle and Bonita Smith; Grade 3 Honors: Bobble Kim Bechard, Bobbi Jo Bishop, Patricia Libby, Diana Lincoln and Heather Morrison; Grade 4-High ! Mitchell, Martina Newell, Diane Sprague, Linda Sprague, Elizabeth Trott and Stephen Wilson; Juniors: Honors-Cindy Cox, Kim Lehigh, Frank Magoon, Rachele Phillips, Andrea Ramsdell and Gretchen Vogelsberg; Sophomores: Honors-Kevin Clark and Scott Howard; Freshmen: High Honors-Alton Jones and Tammy Stev- ens, Honors-Gladys Curtis, Loft Hay- ward, Laurie Magoon, Peter Miliano, JoAnne Phillips, Teresa Pottle, Paul Putk, Pauline Pulk, Signe Ramsdell, Bonnie Sprague, Richard Sullivan and Carolyn Tibbetts. Edmunds School honor roll The Edmunds School honor roll for the second ranking period 1978-79 is as follbws:-Grade I: A's-Heidi Brown, Tammy Higgins and Joseph Gardner; A's and B's-Travis Cushing, John Lingley and Craig Seeley; Grade II: A's and B's- Darcy Robinson, Sarah Smith, Debra Sprague and Shelley Touchette; Grade Ill: A's and B's- Jason Tohchette; Grade IV: A's and B's-Karen Bridgwood, Janet Cox, Frank Gardner, Cheryl Lyons, Stac- ey Robinson, Joey Seeley, Oliver Smith and Cindy Spear; Grade V: A's and B's- John Bridgwood, Chris Lyons and Rob- ert Higgins; Grade VI: A's and B's-Dean Preston and John Cox; Grade VII: A's and B's-Me Trill Hallowell; Grade VIII: A's-Shawn Seeley; A's and B's-Wendell Jones, Michael Bridgwood, Thor Noyes and Todd Noyes. Honors: Penny Guisinger and Sarah Lea- ' 9 Febn Campobello Golf Club notes On the evening of January Mother Nature vented her wrath the area but despite the blizzard.ll ditions, the Campobello Can-i Club held their meeting. Atten remarkably good, espe6ially since i civic functions hereabouts were Edmund Breton had plowed the road to the clubhouse, but due to] certain areas, the road still' resemblance to an Olympic However, the proof that those', love golf and will not be deterradl foulest of,weather, was well exea by those present. Phil Chisholm, E Sec.-Treas., elaborated upon the re nition and financial gain the club derive from the proposed CampoI0 Invitational Tournament, scheduk early August. It is hoped that SOT ite word giving a "GO" signal on tll tournament will be forthcoming sd It will take a concerted effort the club members to make this a as it entails a lot of At the last meeting, films were by Tom Hen'dershott and stilling thoughts of better times - booming tee shots and approacl on the pin, will become a spring, ii Pembroke honor roll The honor roll at the Pembro solidated School for the second q: ! 1978-79 is as follows: Grade 3:/I[W  B rown, B' S,I Frost; A's & B's-Randy Bs Knox and Russell Leighton, Jr.; A's& B's-Dawn Cummings, Scoth'l Ruth Sawyer and Brenda Seeley ;1 t; Itsel Brian Leighton. . .... |lr Grade 5: A's-Robert Whelan;  B's-Kelly Barnes, Ruth Daley, I Hersey, Joe, lie O,en, and Tina Stlii-i Grade 6: A s & B s-Branda Ashb err Barnes, Gregory Johnson, Be Leighton, Arthur Mahar III, Brialr' and Stephen Seeley, Jr. 11 Grade 7: A's-Helene Cushing,.iiJL. thy Frost, Barbara Granville anc[ Whelan ;A's & B's-J. R. Leighton"-j = W Little and Trevor Owen,. Grade 8:  Julie Leighton; A's & B s-Michel Paula Brown, Juanita Carter, Rho  Clement, Linda Cook, Lisa C l Doreen Lingley, Christine Lun vcr Mahar, Lynn Miller, Gregory Owe  Ann White; B's-Mark Stanhope. perfect 4.0 grade point averages, all A's, ] during the 1978 fall semester. There vitt; Honors: Julie Mitchell and Diana I were more than 9,000 fulltime undergrad- Morrison. uate students enrolled at UMO during the Grade 5-Honors: Jacqueline Pottle, semester. . Rachael Schofield, Ada Trott and Max Among the all A students from Wash- Trott; Grade 6-High Honors: Jo Ann ][ ington County were Mary L. Howard of Brown; Honors: Eugene Newcomb, Ange- l Dennysville, Elsie I. Dinsmore and Bonnie la Phinney, John Stanhope and Julie L. Trott of Eastport. Ramsdell. Grade 7-High Honors: Robert DoTe; Honors: Amy Ferson and Sanford Morrison, Jr. i Grade 8-High Honors: Tammy DoTe and Amy Pottle; Honors: Ronda Bishop, Ouoddy area Joyce Humphries, Carol Lincoln, Lisa .. Schreck, SheflaSmall, JamieStanhope Vil 'ng 'ariety I ' winter graduates and Nancy Trott. he. at U.M.O. -------------:------'---- 9 A total of 483 students have qualified THE ROUTE NO. I * ROBBINSTON, ME. TEL,. 454-3573 -. for associate, baccalaureate and advanced SANDWICH MAN ' VALENTINE degrees at the conclusion of the fall, 1978 SPECIAL semester, at the University of Maine at 17 JEWE L H E ART SHAPE WATCH ES : Orono. There will be no winter graduation | (pendant or wrist style) -- less than $17.00 ceremonies but those qualifying for de- | Many other Valentine gifts for that snecial someone ? grees may attend the May 26 commence- Featuring Hot & Cold i Also, Ladies & Men's Panasonic LCD Watches $19.95 i- ment. -- , Included among the degree candidates SANDWICHES Cassette & 8 track recorder tapes - from $2.99  i are students from 20 states and the'Dis- Open Daily 10 - 10 ]t CB's from $39.95 CB Antennas from $6.95 ' '" trict of Columbia as well as from four Sunday 11 - 9  Scanners (8 ch.) from $69.95 :; foreign countries. The degree candidates  Men's and Ladies Slacks from $9.95 " from the Quoddy area include Robert E. 269 North St. - Calais, Me. STOP IN FOR YOUR FAVORITE SNACKS ,=m' Dinsmore, Richard C. Emmert and Gall J. Tel. 454-2460 Gardner-all of Eastport. ---------.------------------ m,! "" i --- ' L' _ :z I _ t: -- ;a t':_ . ti14. I