Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Apr 15 1965, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 15, 1965, Bennington, Vermont In late evening easter service at Williams Williamstown mass. A an easter eve communion service will be held this saturday night at 11 15 in Thompson memorial Chapel of Williams College. The Rev. John d. Eusden chaplain of Williams and the Rev. John h. Westerhoff minister of the first congregational Church will officiate. The service will be based on the Liturgy of the Church of South India. Cambridge Ruth Bates 677-3421 West Arlington Sandgate Bennington Banner thursday april 15, 1965�?7 Betty Trachte a 375-2223 on wednesday evening the Rev. Clinton Carter of Embury methodist Church preached in the Village United presbyterian Church on a the Beautiful Church in the last of the weekly Community lenten services. Tonight at 8 protestants in the Cambridge area will join in a service of holy communion at the first presbyterian Church. A the office of tenebrae will be the service with elders of each Church in the area serving communion. In Observance of holy week organists of the protestant churches Are playing the Bells of the first Church each evening at 7 30. Participating Are mrs. Donald Presler from St. Luke s episcopal mrs. Watcyn Griffith Baptist mrs. Victor Maxwell methodist mrs. Dayton Maxwell first presbyterian and miss Evelyn Holden of the Village United presbyterian. Good Friday services will be held in the first Baptist Church from i to 3 . Easter services at West Arlington methodist Church will be held at to . Instead of the regular time. Special music will be presented by children of the Bible classes. Or. And mrs. Vernon Davies of Maplewood . Were guests of or. And mrs. Richard adz Over the weekend. The Davies Are looking Forward to a trip in Early summer to Europe where they will visit with their son an officer in the . Navy air Force who is studying in eng land under an Raf program. The John Brinkerhoff who live in Sandgate in the summer Are vacationing in it. Lauderdale Al and will leave soon for California where they will visit with their daughter Gay Goff and family in Berkeley. Or. And mrs. Leroy Lacrosse have moved to Bethel Conn. Where Lacrosse has secured employment. Mrs. Lacrosse is the former Eleanor Skidmore daughter of or. And mrs. Harry Skidmore of Sandgate. The Arlington Eagle Honor Roll fourth marking period High school All As Mary Margaret Henning As and is John Bearden Neil Knapp Dian Mckeighan Patrick o Neil Thomas Poulin John Secor Judy Codman Barbara Garrecht Donolyn Hagelberg Thomas Macksey Sharon Snow Nancy Aaron Pamela Blair Steven Kenny Millyn Moore Thomas Pelham Constance Radzi jew eastes feast most it Green greatest Over a value face portion la 49 Shank half face half la la Shank 49 portion 59 la . Grade a turkeys 16 lbs and up All oven ready Broad breasted a perfect for your easter feast la fresh shoulders Here s a real family treat. Tender Young pork for roasting. Value priced la canned Ham specials Swift s Hormel colonial Pullman style lean and mildly smoked 3 la can 4 la can finast polish easter sausage Armour sausage meat Armour Bologna la la Roll la 79 39 43 delicious hot 5 la or cold can halibut delicious Steak like pieces la Price effective in All supermarkets in this Vicinity we Reserve the right to limit quantities apples to of Mcintosh u. S. No. I 2 Quot and up new England s favorite eating Apple washed and cleaned ready to Cook spinach delicious Rich tropical flavor pineapples Ltd Frozen foods specials spinach to a Yoh Quot Garden Reg or crinkle c Savi 10t French Fries 2 pigs 29 Quot Yoh Quot Garden whole save 10c strawberries is 39 ii Yor Garden Leaf or chopped save 15t King size bag i la cello each a new England largest retailer of Fine foods this Coupon redeemable for too Stamps with $5. Purchase 150 Stamps with $10. Purchase 200 Stamps with $15. Purchase 250 or Mort Stamps with $20. Purchase at your first National stores Good thru wednesday april 21, 1965 exclusive of items not authorized by slate ruling ski Diane Sherwin Joanne Walsh Candace Wiley Dorothy Douglas Christine Lindsey Susan Mahler and Mary Ann Hall. B average a no Mark below c Margaret Holland prudence Kuhl Donald Marsh Donna Mcintyre James Webb Diana Wyman Linda James Jordan Ulery Wayne Hagelberg Karen Hert Lein Roy Holton Debbie Hoth and Phillip Richards. Donaly Hagelberg Junior High All As Stephen Coulman Sandra Corey Barbara Macksey Stephanie Mahler and Betsy Moody. All As and is Lee Greenwold Diane Grout Susan James Anne Kendall Linda Pike Nancy Poulin Kathleen Christiansen Harvey Halbur Michael Keough Michael Lindsey Paul Lundeen William Moore Keith Rice and James Ulery. B average a no Mark below c Kathy Clayton Joanne Doyle Katherine Elwell Glenn Totten Anna Webb Shirley Howard Molly Pratt Mark Riley and Linda Wilcox. Note award Arlington High school s Junior nominated this year for citation in the 1965 National Council of teachers of English award is Donalyn Hagelberg. Purpose of the note award is to Grant Public recognition to some of the Best High school English students in the United states. 1965 will Mark the eighth consecutive year that the National Council of teachers of English has sponsored this program. Although the awards carry no direct Cash value they helped Many winners and runners up in the first five years of Competition to gain scholarship Aid. In addition almost without exception winners and runners up were admitted to the College of their Choice. The number of awards from each state will be the same As its number of representatives in Congress. Each award finalist will receive a scroll plus recommendations to colleges and universities that she be considered for scholarship Aid. Reps in Burlington social studies teacher Carl Fortune and one of his history students Donalyn Hagelberg attended the Vermont citizenship conference in Burlington last week. It was the first time an Arlington High school student had the Opportunity to take part in this conference. Both representatives reported a spirited and worthwhile meeting. One student from each of the High schools in Vermont is chosen to attend. From this conference to schools Are chosen to Send representatives to Tufts College in june. Donalyn reports that the discussions were the highlights of the meeting. A everybody entered into the discussion very animatedly a Donalyn reported. Case studies were handed out to the students then read and discussed. These Case studies were More in the form of stories than psychiatric studies. The problem was to solve the complications in the Best Way the students saw fit. Another year Arlington High Hopes to be Lucky enough to attend the new England conference. Play Ball baseball coach Henry Coley has started practice warm in the gym while the White covering of Snow remains outside. It May be diamonds for the skiers but it is just cold wet Snow to the baseball nine. The boys Are taking laps around the gym and the pitchers Are exercising their throwing arms. During All this the Loyal fans Are waiting for the Snow to melt. Cha prepares that mount Snow trip in t very far off now members of the future homemakers of America Are busily trying to earn Money to finance the two Day meeting at it. Snow april 23 and 24. Advisor Jane Aaron and about 13 girls Are preparing to attend. The girls have helped to put on dinners for various organizations in the area and have about met their quota for funds. Two of the local girls Are running for state offices Pamela Blair and Linda James. Suzanne Garneau is running for a miss congrats to or. Zukov congratulations and Best wishes were extended to French instructor Marke Zukov who received a cablegram from his wife in Yugoslavia that their first child a girl Marya was born. Or. Zukov is anxiously looking Forward to seeing his daughter when he returns Home in june. Drama thoughts the thespians Are relaxing again after a Long Busy schedule with the contest play a Box and during preparation of costumes for the play designers and stage managers found that it was a struggle to find certain articles needed like lace curtains or boots worn in the 1800s. If anyone has any costumes or clothes that would serve As costumes any Good sturdy old furniture please Check with the school drama department before burning or carrying to the dump. Sore Muscles at Early morning gatherings around the Halls moans and groans abound As the gymnasts compete to see who has the greatest cause for complaint. Physical education instructor David Fredrickson is getting his gym show program ready. The Mats parallel bars and rings Are popular every free night after school. Long lines form in front of the rings and bars while serious business of tumbling is carried out on the Mats. It s fun while it lasts but the next Day tells the tale College talk Arlington High school s 1963 valedictorian Home on her Spring vacation spoke to Junior and senior girls about College life. Alice May Norris a Sophomore at Simmons College in Boston and a major in education discussed the problems a freshman meets As she struggles through her first year away from the Home atmosphere and the Well known High school Walls. She stressed the importance of taking notes correctly of Good study habits of cutting classes and of preparing Well for her classes. A was a freshman one must plan her philosophy of life take a definite View on major issues and be original a Alice told the group. She talked about social life clothes roommates and Money needs. The hardest problem for freshmen is that they Are on their own she said. Her advice is to a take it slow the first year feel your Way around until you establish a base then stay there for the four years. Her closing remark was a Don t let any upperclassman scare you with her Sage athletic awards thursday was a award Day at has As coaches presented letters pins and certificates to those students who had taken part in athletics since the beginning of the school year. Officers of the Arlington athletic association planned and sponsored the program under the direction of principal William Towne coach David Fredrickson coach Carl Fortune coach Christine Lawlor and coach Sally Lanphear. The program was opened by the Flag Salute and the singing of the National Anthem. Dorothy Douglas accompanied the singing on the piano. Aaa president Donald Trachte vice president Russell Holden and Secre tary treasurer Helen Aaron introduced the speakers. Coach Carl Fortune who is leaving has this year said he was moving from the coaching Field. Also leaving the school this year Are several seniors who had made up the greater part of the team he said. He urged younger students to get out and fill the shoes of those graduating. Coach David Fredrickson called up his basketball Molly Stark league champions and amid great applause presented his High scorers with trophies and commented upon the reputation each of his team had made for himself a Tom Poulinos rugged guarding Stanley Grover a comics Tony Jewell and Jim Webb a patience under pressure Don Coreys prowess at stealing the Ball and the loyalty of others who had kept the games working smoothly. Girls basketball coach Sally Lanphear presented awards to both her Junior varsity and varsity teams saying that though Many games were lost the Points of All the games scored Over the has girls were Only 36. She commented upon the improvement and hard practice of the teams and their Good showing against teams from larger schools. Coach Christine Lawlor whose cheerleaders faithfully followed the varsity teams from game to game and kept the fans rooting for the Home teams gave out awards to the three senior girls Donna Radziejewski Donna Crofut and Mary Margaret Henning and to the other three members of the group Donna Mcintyre Diane Sherwin and Connie Radziejewski. Junior varsity cheerleaders Sheila Wade Christine Lindsay and Mary Jean Walsh received certificates. Letters were Given to those students who had earned them and who had not received one previously. To those who had received a letter in former years pins and bars were presented. Certificates were awarded to students who had participated in games or who had worked for the games. Or. Towne paid tribute to coach Jon Orvis for his work with the Junior High boys and to those students who had worked in the ticket Booth at the door to those who had served refreshments to visiting teams and especially to those two students who had operated the scoreboard. The four soccer a fall a taters were Given Honor and the Molly Stark league trophy was presented to coach Fredrickson and his three basketball captains a Stan Grover Russ Holten and Tom Poulin

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