Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Apr 15 1965, Page 6

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 15, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 6-Bennington Banner thursday april 15, 1965 Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont a 686-9103 South Cambridge cmdr. D. W. Kennedy . Navy will be guest speaker at the regular meeting of the Lions club tonight at Iricks restaurant. He will show a coloured film a United states arriving a which concerns highlights of the late president Kennedy a visit to the Pacific Fleet the Marine recruit training depot at san Diego and the naval ordinance test station at China Lake Calif. The visit took place just before the president was assassinated. William g. Burns is chairman. Milton Duross a former resident until he moved with his family to Delmar . A month ago underwent surgery monday at Albany medical Center. The town of Hoosick Lions club will hold its annual easter Hunt for children in Woods memorial Park saturday at 1 30 . Prizes will be offered winners in the following groups two and three year Olds 5,6, and 7-year-Olds and 8, 9, and 10-year-Olds. Robert Hall is general chairman. Mrs. Gordon Salle has been a patient at the Mary Mcclellan Hospital. Mrs. Burton Welling has returned Home from the Glens Falls Hospital. John Hamilton of Cornell spent the weekend with his parents or. And mrs. Malcolm Hamilton. Or. And mrs. Norman d. Bott of Philadelphia pa., spent the weekend at their farm. Their guests were misses Marguerite and Anna judge and Herbert Johnson of Troy. Margaret Aiken a 677 31,49 on thursday at 7 45 . A communion service for the North Hoosick circuit Buskirk reformed and Easton methodist churches will be held at Eagle Bridge methodist Church. A prayer Vigil will be held at South Cambridge methodist Church Good Friday from 9 15 . To 2 . Anyone who wishes to participate will find the schedule to sign in the Back of the Church. The Good Friday service sponsored by the Hoosick Valley coun cil of churches of Christ will be held at 7 45 . At the Schaghticoke United presbyterian Church with the Rev. Gordon m. Clark speaker. Or. And mrs. Malcolm Hamilton and family attended an open House at the Home of or. And mrs. Lincoln Spink in Schenectady sunday where 30 members of the Spink family assembled. During the afternoon they listened to tapes sent Back to the United states by or. And mrs. William Spink jr., from India. Chunks special new England s largest retailer of Fine food 000aaa a Voll for Quality value Courtesy and first National stores Ocean Spray Cranberry juice cocktail Chren Stamps save 7c easter dinner specials Kodiak King salad favorite a a 13 a of. Cans Sweet save up to finast Green or whole save 6c whole 3% of. Cans sardines save 27c norwegian bristling finast Large Goy or foods a Sod toys a Large selection of Quality easter candies for every taste valued priced also a Fine assortment of or a easter toys f a our Large markets have a wide variety of passover foods films sliced enriched i la. Loaves hot Cross buns a Mast easter bread Quot Hast skin bracer Arlington panellists discussing a what is expected of your High school at monday night s meeting of the Arlington parents and teachers organization were left to right William tonne principal of Arlington High Don Trachte a senior mrs. Louise Coulman representing parents John Whalen representing the town mrs. C. Lee Marsh Moderator Carl Fortune hidden teacher and John Moore school Board member. Photo Doyle Apt panel discusses role of High schools Arlington a a extra curricular activity is More important to a freshman than a senior a remarked Donald Trachte president of a Mhz student Council and a member of the panel discussing a what is expected of your High school at monday nights meeting of the Arlington parents and teachers. Viewpoints were Given at the meeting in a Mhz study Hall by a Parent school Board member towns per son administrator student and teacher. The panel was introduced by mrs. C. Lee Marsh Moderator. Trachte a senior also said that Good teachers Are particularly appreciated when they provide guidance. Mrs. Louise Coulman representing the Parent said she expected each child be Given an equal Opportunity for learning according to his or her ability. Also she expects respect Between teacher and student that the students will know How to use the knowledge Learned to become better citizens and that High school will help form a basis of education that will make the students curious and hungry for a desire to keep learning. The school boards is to provide a Quality education John Moore chairman of the Board pointed out. In doing this the Board asks principals and superintendents to plan a program of courses and activities for the school keeping in mind its size and the towns financial resources. The local Board is fully aware of the fact that Arlington cannot finance a full program of studies and special services similar to that being offered by larger schools he said. Good teaching must come from the teacher Moore continued but conditions that make it possible must be provided by the Community. Atty. John Whalen representing the townspeople expressed the Hope that every student would be a better citizen More contented and Happy and satisfied because of going to High school. Education is too competitive he continued with too much racing struggle and mental and emotional problems. Citizens would rather that seniors graduate with a better understanding of his fellow men and How to live with them the lawyer said. Carl Fortune jr., a Mhz teacher hoped parents and pupils would work together to achieve a common goal. It is very important to a teacher to have parents expect High standards from their children and in turn demand High standards from their school he said. The teacher expects the administration to help provide a Good climate for learning to coordinate curriculum and to help teachers work toward a common goal and make sure this is achieved Fortune said but the teacher also expects the school Board and townspeople to provide adequate room keep classes within a reasonable number and to provide adequate materials and salaries to obtain qualified teachers. Principal William Towne said the administration Hopes to develop in each student the Best citizen possible for democratic life. The goal is to have a Good curriculum moving along with the times and employment of qualified personnel with Good working conditions he said. Rules and regulations for operation of the school must be followed with a guide line provided for students Towne continued. Parents should have sin Active interest in seeing that students Are ladles and gentlemen and the school boards in general should have an awareness of the needs in education As Well As a continued interest in the school he added. A new educational Law relating to transportation books and supplies for secondary students was brought to the attention of members by town rep. Marjorie Doyle. Most favored the old plan of each student buying his own books. These could serve As a reference Library for later years next texts can be added whenever necessary without waiting for financial Aid through taxes and students would be Able to make notations in these books. At the business meeting before the special program mrs. Doyle president of Apt urged those interested in adult education to watch for a Manchester area Survey to be released in the near future. A form will be available for indicating what types of courses might be of interest. It was voted that Apt would sponsor a girl to girls state this year. Members of the nominating committee who will select a new slate of officers for next season Are mrs. Mary Pratt mrs. Marjorie Macksey and mrs. Clara Vaughn. Mrs. Herbert Douglas room Parent for the freshmen class reported that the class sold enough stationery to buy a much needed Globe and thanked All the parents for their cooperation. Parents of seniors were excused to attend a meeting in the senior classroom to discuss senior problems. Next month will be the final Apt meeting for this semester. At this time there will be a panel discussion evaluating the years program and also election of officers. Shaftsbury f ran Stacy 442-6524 mrs. William Center and mrs. Kenneth Cornell joined 36 other vermonters in a trip to Chevy Chase my. Last week where they attended a 4-h leaders forum at the 4-h Center there. Classes and assemblies were held throughout the week at the conclusion of which each Leader received a certificate. Several trips were made into Washington where the group visited the smithsonian Institute the Capitol Kennedy a grave it. Vernon Lincoln memorial and the Jefferson memorial. The pow mils Vera Langlais 823 7716 mrs. Charles w. Rounds co chairman with mrs. Cleveland e. Dodge jr., of the annual easter Seal drive has announced that $210 is the amount received to Date. The goal for the Pownal is hoped to exceed $233, the amount received during the 1964 Campaign. An easter letter issued by the Vermont association for the crippled inc. Says a your easter Seal dollars in Vermont fill an outstanding need for physical therapy and special help that put children on their feet and on the Good hard Road to contributions May still be made to mrs. Rounds now and throughout the easter season. Leaders also met with sen. George Aiken and vice president Hubert Humphrey. Easter sunday officially concludes the Vermont association for crippled drive for funds it has been announced by mrs. William Center local chairman. Those who have not mailed their envelopes to mrs. Center Are asked to do so As soon As possible. The regular meeting of the 1-40 club has been postponed due to Good Friday. The next meeting will be april 30 at the Home of mrs. Chester Denlo. Cancer crusade since the first of april volunteers have been calling on residents in Shaftsbury in behalf of the annual cancer crusade for funds. This Campaign will continue throughout the entire month. Mrs. Edward Horst local chairman was assisted by misses Stella Hawkins and Len Cre Bradley mrs. Barton Jenks mrs. Alvin Metcalfe mrs. William Castle and mrs. Fred Stacy in getting workers in the various areas of town. Mrs. Bernard Harris is handling correspondence this year. Last year 170,000 were saved from cancer deaths through Early detection and prompt treatment. But this year there will be about 520,000 new cancer cases. As a killer of americans cancer is second Only to heart disease

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