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ma -- I I I ! ' to DELEGATES NAMED -- Shown following selection of delegates to rrprcsenl Now Hrinip- shirr abroad in the 1967 International Tarm Youth Exchange good will program arc lefl lo right: John E. Salurley, Sunconk, I.F.Y.E. chairman; Miss Helen E. JlcGclligan. Wilton. dc cgate (o Peru; Dwight W. Barney. Tilton, an alternate; Miss Pauline M. Allen. Hollis, delcgale; Carl \V. Casllclon, Seabrook. l'JG6 delegate (o Brazil, and Miss Mailcne E. Strafham, 1M7 deli-gale. Also an alternate 1ml nol prcsenl for the picture is Miss Dorothv Knox, Newington. I Stratham Student Picked Delegate 3 i LOS . DURHAM - The Stale's 1967 International Farm Youth Exchange Exchange delegates and alternates have been selected and now await assignment l o r u r a l homes abroad as r c p r e- -Mrs. Albert Barney, Tilton, while second alternate is Miss Dorothy J. Kno\, 20, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Granville S. Knox, Newinglon. .--......^ .,, .,,,, u , n, v w Re-elected chairman of tlie nations taking part in the good-.I.F.Y.E. Committee was John will program. F. Satnrlov Sim^nni- v n ci^i« Chosen from a field of nine applicants by the Stale I.F.Y.E. Committee were the Misses sentatives to of the 68 Barney, 22, son of Mr. and delegates, lite committee E. Saturley, . N.H. Slate . , . .. Grange representative of the selecting selecting group which is composed of members of New Hampshire of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Since 1950, when I.F.Y.E. was a , ld in farms overseas. .Stratham. First alternate is.Dwight W. Rye Court RYE -- Two teen-age boys Edgar C. Hirst. Concord. The committee has re-elected iis chairman and treasurer and ils secretary, Robert A. Stevens, 4-H youth development program specialist, UNH, Durham, and elected Mrs. Theodore Bonneau, Claremonl, as vice chairman. Taking part in the selection were committee m e m b representing: F e d e r a Women's Clubs, Grange, Stale ·1-H Leaders' Association, N.H. Sixty foreign guests have lived in the State with farm families. Returned delegates have spoken lo over 350,000 during scheduled were fined S350 each fri Municipal Court today when they did not contest charges of having mutilated lobster meat in their possession. John A. McMahon. 18 : North Iload, North Hamplon, and Stephen R. Schmilt, 17, of Yardley, Pa., were arrested on the charge Aug. 4. A second charge'of rnolestin tours. Miss Allen, who is a junior at the University of New Hampshire, Hampshire, plans to be an elementary stiiool teacher. She was raised on a 140-acre dairy {arm, is was was placed on file. Joseph P. Tivnan, 19, of West Boykton, Mass., was fined $25 after nol contesting a charge of being a minor in possession of alcoholic beverages on Aug. In a companion case, Donald E. Johnson, 19, of Rutland, -Mass., also was fined $25 after not contesting the charge. William Barbieri, 21, of Milford, Milford, Conn., was defaulted on a solid line violation on Ocean Blvd. Aug. 7. John W. Goodwin, 22, of Kit- Icry. pleaded .guilty to a sob'd line violation Aug. 18 on Central Road and was fined 515; Richard S. Cabral, 18, of Cambridge, Cambridge, Mass., was fined 315 after pleading guilty lo a solid line violation on Ocean Blvd Aug. 20. ' / Kathy J. Tober, 19, of 120 a graduate of HolJis High School and has been active in 4-H Club of (work, Youth Fellowship and the in, N'.H. Jersey Cattle Club. Miss Scamman, also a junior it UNH, hopes (o study psy- ·nology in graduate school. A 4-H member, she hails from dajry farm and is lobsler traps against both youths' I 2 \ 2 ^ Te ?*?? . f a TM, a n d j s was placed on file. a m !, mb . er of PU ?, mn Fcl1 °»'ship and Christian Fellowship groups. Hillside Drive, Portsmouth, did not contest a stop sign violation on Sagamore and Pioneer Roads Aug. 20 and paid a $10 fine. A charge of driving while under learned from ils treasurerl c:ir is TT.J f - t I T - . . r, I 1 Ttl 1-trdUUZA nbSOClaUOU. 1\ II Farm Buream Federation, N.H. Dept. of Agriculture and UNH wi Cooperative Extension Service. Assignments of countries to which two New Hampshire delegates delegates will be sent will be later this year by the National 4-H Club Foundation, Washington, Washington, D.C., which cooperates with She N.H. Dept. of State and the UNH Cooperative Extension Sen-ice in administering the program. Barney, a senior at UNH, ma- oring in anmial science, plans jraduate work and a teaching ir Extension career. He comes rom a 45-acre farm raising dairy cattle and sheep and is active in Youth Fellowship, Boy Scout, Hi-Y and 4-H work. Miss Kno.x plans a medical secretary career.and has studied at Boston University. She lives on the-home farm of 40 acres which raises dairy and livestock and is a member of Pilgrim Youth Fellowship, 4-H and the \.H. State Youih Ministry. V Assisting the I.F.Y.E. Committee Committee in making Ihe selections were former delegates, .' Miss Helen E. McGeitigan, .Wilton, j who visited Peru and Carl W. ^astleton, Seabrook, delegate to Brazil, both of whom took part 'in the program last year. · The I.F.Y.E. fund currently has a balance on hand of $3,079 collected from supporting nonpublic nonpublic organizations, largely at appearances o f r e t u r n e d Pliant J-!J1I 105 Congress St., Portsmouth _ - ^ _ _ i n TOPS Name Brands 1 W" *J VALII VALUE STAMPS ITS A BIG * FREEZER!

Clipped from The Portsmouth Herald25 Aug 1966, ThuPage 16

The Portsmouth Herald (Portsmouth, New Hampshire)25 Aug 1966, ThuPage 16
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