Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Apr 3 1963, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 3, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Hoosick Falls the graders in play a Indian love Calls last Arlington Sunderland Bennington Banner wednesday april 3, 19639 Hoosick Falls n. Y. A a India s love Call Quot a dramatization produced by the seventh Grade class at St. Mary s Academy won such acclaim that the class was invited to present the play during a special program thursday night when seniors gave presentations of three one act plays. The Young thespians delighted the unsuspecting audience with their unusual Talent for memorization and their display of poise. The Story was based on a Mission Convent in India and a Young nun who was lonesome for America and receives encouragement from the other Sisters and of the pastor of the mls Sidh who is concerned about the Lack of funds and the members of the Mission club in America who offered prayers for help. Scenery and other facets of the production were prepared by the students in the class. Those taking part included Charles Carelli and David mortal As priests Beth Sulland Shar Ron Mcdonough Corrine Ellis and Susan Nowik As Sisters and Nancy Wilbrant William thur Ber Sharron Hoag Pamela Ryan Stanley Butkas and James Sennett As members of the Mission club. Posing As Sisters in a India s love Call Quot a play presented by the seventh Grade of St. Mary s Academy in Hoosick Falls Are left to right Beth Shiland Sharron Mcdonough Corrine Ellis and Susan Nowik. Mission Cli b members appearing in the St. Mary a Academy play a a India a love Calls a presented in Hoosick Falls Are left to right Nancy Wilbrant w Illiam Thurber Sharron Hoag. Pamela Ryan Stanley Butkas and James Sennett. West Arlington a Sandgate Betty trac Lite sp4 William Skidmore has returned to fort George Meade Maryland after spending a 10-Day leave with his family in Sandgate. A a Willie a is finishing his third year in the army and expects to be released in june. Mrs. Fred Lomberg or. Is Back at her Home again after surgery at the Bennington Hospital. While the out of states were cruising the Highway Over the weekend in search of Deer we wonder if they were impressed by the Industry of the Vermont people. Some of the people were out raking their lawns and picking up debris accumulated under the Snow through the Winter others were boiling syrup while some have set up Road Side stands to sell their product. And some people were seen starting their gardens anxiously planting peas spinach and lettuce. Ann Pelham is at Home with her family enjoying a Spring vacation from her work at Douglass College. Particia Hess is finishing her the. Or 5 2223 Home economics course at the University of Vermont. She has just completed a session of practice teaching in the school system in Barre and has now returned to Burlington where she and her Friend Judy Tucker who was a recent visitor Here will be in charge of the Home management House for a month. This is a requirement for All seniors in the school of Home economics and a most worthwhile experience. Miss Marge Trachte expects to leave saturday by plane for Louisville by. With her Roommate Gwen Busch Neyer and another Friend Shala Ansara where she will visit at the Busch Neyer Home for a week. Marge expects to return to her Home in time for easter. Or. And mrs. Richard Stolz have returned from their trip to Washington . And report Lovely hot weather. They were a Little Early for Cherry blossoms however. Mrs. Florence Smith and or. Clifford Henry Are both patients at Putnam Hospital. South Cambridge Margaret Aiken mrs. Edwin Pill More has returned Home from the Mcclellen Hospital. A meeting of the Lay leaders of the Northi Hoosick circuit will be held Friday evening. Pleasant Valley Granges will hold a regular meeting Friday at 8 . Ai the Hall. Miss Marion Dick and Irving Dick of Johnsonville called recently fhe Home of mrs. Gertrude Aiken. Residents of this Community attended the senior play at the Cambridge Central school Friday and saturday evenings. The Crystal Clover 4-h club will hold a monthly meeting saturday at 8 . At the town Hall in Center Cambridge. Or. And mrs. William stank Hoosick Ada m. Breer the. 6h6 7275 four Corners flub will meet april 15, at the Home of or. And mrs. James h. F Rost. All saints Parish club will have a regular meeting april 15, with or. And mrs. Carl a. Stevens. All saints Parish Guild will not meet until april 18, in the Parish Hall. Mrs. Walter Winney and miss Mary a. Bovie will be hostesses. The. H77-2549 or. Of Schenectady accompanied by or. And mrs. William Spink or. Of Charlton were sunday dinner guests of or. And mrs. Malcolm Hamilton and family of Whiteside Road. The youth convocation for the senior High youth in the Troy conference will be held at Barre vt., april 2g-27. The registration fee is $4 and must be in by april to. An additional sum of $4 or $5 will be needed for the bus. At the card party held recently at the pleasant Valley Grange nine and one half tallies were in play and the following received awards men and women High a Clarence Moon and mrs. Lillian Coon second a Grover Rogers and mrs. Alf Steen special prizes to Ralph Stevens and John Ashton. Or. And mrs. Victor Royal were in charge. Several events Are scheduled for the area churches for the last few Days of the lenten season. The final service of the methodist and Reform lenten service program will be held thursday at 8 15 . At the South Cambridge methodist Church with Rev. Raymond Vedder of fort Miller Reform Church As the speaker. The average attendance at these services has been 60. A goal of too is set for the final service. Sunday a laymen a communion breakfast will be held at the Valley flails methodist Church at 7 . With Rev. Lawrence Lar Rowe of Bennington superintendent of the Troy District As the speaker. Robert Shuffleton miss Gertrude Bates is Leav Ding Early this week for a few weeks in the Carolinas and Florida where she will visit relatives and friends. Mrs. Josephine Clark of Bennington and mrs. Lila Bronson of Shaftsbury were in town sunday visiting their sister mrs. Miner c. Clark also or. And mrs. Raymond Clark and family of Spofford . And or. And mrs. Addison Clark of Manchester were Here visiting their parents the Miner c. Clarks. The protestant youth association of Albany . Came Here saturday. Fifty one members visited the Candle Mill James Edgerton is Maple sugar House and other Points. At Clyde Dunlap s they ate the food they had brought and also had sugar on Snow for dessert. Forty five members visited Here last year and the As Tel. Or 5-6637 Socia Tion now makes an annual event. The trip or. And mrs. Deforrest Jones or. And four children Wayne Keith Jerry and Karen of Wallingford conn., spent the weekend in town with their parents or. And mrs. Deforrest Jones or. Federated Church on Palm sunday morning worship is at to . The subject of the Sermon is a an there will be children a and infants baptisms at this service. At 7 30 . A movie a the King of Kings Quot will be shown. Hill and Borough miss Marilyn Dunlap of Albany ., spent the weekend at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Clyde Dunlap. Mrs. Jerome Hill is confined to her Home with a virus infection. 736 e. Main St. Bennington open 8 30 am to 9pmwed thurs., Fri Opin 8 30 am to 6 pm mon., tues., sat with lots of meal appear a u 5 Choice or Lue Rie Eom Cal cd Bim Mast sme Shank half Circle pc a i a a a Al la Juma Stew Bacon it a a mix or match a Van Camp red kidney Beans Fol 4 mix or match a Greem i amt Nible to form ,i0 a Omar peaches hearts Delight rears 03 is a 303 Caw for hoods Brae Burn ice Cream a 79 i c Orange or grape Prink. Of Vic i 0cans v Kroft chocolates Assid Al ads 4 i Kem i ration dog poop 7 to cams a a Rivera fruit bread loaf of Crest tooth past Reg tube 53 Lipton Chicken Noodle soup t554 Nabisco Graham Crocker fat 35 Gren acres grass seed dml9 owe. A Ascot hark. Grass seed or extra to Stamps free with the punch Uttof pkg eur pm ates Frozen pizza with this Coupon expires 4/c/g.3 a t of a a a a i a a i a i to in a v i. R extra Stamps free with to a Pusc Hosfor i 3 la Bacall pcs of Gross seed with this Coupon expires 4/y/3 in i in i in i in Lulu in i in i in i in i in in. A extra Crisp produce California fresh Green asparagus 2 39< . A i Grade Mcintosh apples 3 29 Florida Vine ripened luscious tomatoes la 29< Frozen foods waffles 2 25f Birds eve a Tea of chapped of in sch 2.��39v it f Sorto is Grade a. Ish Sticks 2s� i too a with Ivie Purchase or i-21 of Bot t be first prize syrup with this Coo to null sex pikes / 0 / of i it it of of i t a of Fri it it mall quantities limited prices thurs. Sat. Effe Gimel apr it a 4 Luau Pupil it Stamps f ree with the Purchase of 4\cf or More. Exuc/0/a/& a Gantt test peer with this Coupon expires double Stamps wed. And sat. The cast for a emr. Berry s etchings Quot presented by the Wilmington High school seniors at memorial Hall Friday and saturday evenings. Left to right. John Mot Ufi Dorothy Bills Marie Brassor Janet Borkman Arnold Bernard James Boyd Marianne Lackey Carl Boyd Susan Boyd Alan Davis Maxine Faulkner Edward Aldrich and Erie Stenson. Staff photo Edmunds

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