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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 22, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Scouters ask More aul with t re importation Shaftsbury a scoutmaster Henry freely and troop committee chairman Philip poach have reiterated a plea for More assistance with transportation for the special activities of troop 331, . The scoutmaster together with members of the activity subcommittee plan to take scouts on one weekend Cam out per month but in order to do this it is necessary to have Ade quate transportation to and from the campsite and to take scouts to churches of their Choice sunday. Church attendance is a must while the scout is on his Camj it out freely said. In vie of this fact Ute number of scouts that will be Able to participate will be limited to the transportation available. It was recently announced that each patrol will be responsible for its own transportation but it is earnestly hoped that All parents will be willing to take their turn in furnishing transportation the scout official said. Music teacher to lecture at Marlboro Marlboro a will Clark teacher of his Toi sic at Marlboro colies be the Shaker for the evening lecture series College at 8, april 25. Her subject will be horrors Quot an analyst \ by Reading a enjoying one of four new Maple finish tables in n Roe Hawkins memorial Library at Shaftsbury Are from left Mik Rian student librarian Kathy Flynn Susan Ware student librarian to Quot Man Sandra Gallant Alvin Reed Mark Hamilton student librarian student librarian Lois Buak and Mark Harrington. The tables were it a classes at North Bennington High school under John James in Stacy North Bennington fat plans food Sale musical of de uni Fri vices used by Compo achieve a mood of fear a boding in music. Ope rat ror scenes will be of interest. Miss Clark received a degree from Briarcliff College her . Degre the University of in Enn Sylv an . Degree from it University in music tory and her . From University. In 1955-66 miss Clark Ai de the University of a Elge glum on a rotary internal Fellowship. In 1959-60 Slit at Ludwig Maximilian Urive Munich Germany on a full Grant. Miss Clark joined tin Marlborough faculty in 1963 and is a year round resident of Marlboro. A 1957 publication of miss Clark s is Quot a contribution to the sources of Musica i v or Vata a in revue Reb Quot de my Sico Ogle. I not on a the an Pat is plan a at the firehouse residents will be Ilion. Are from noon food should be firehouse before e voting. Challie is mrs. Don Rote this ear that is the Mem Bers have been asked for Money raising contributions to help balance the budget and they Are hoping for a Good response. The april Pat meeting was held in conjunction with a paperback Book Sale at the school. Sale chairman mrs. Arthur Wick Enden reports that students and parents showed great interest in the exhibit of paperbacks from which orders were taken. Children in elementary grades had Philathea society Hollis dinner it Hoosick Falls Baptist Church sity right a he Phi Baptist k Falls . A the a society of the first Hurch held its annual a Quot Desdy evening in h i All with 70 persons allows help c Ouglas Sherr of dinner was senors of the men s Ortland Cottrell and san provided dinner irs. Tohn Elliott presided at installation of officers when mrs. C Arleton Roberson was seated As president mrs. Lames f. F office president miss Haz while it rec mrs. How and Mary it celebrate daughter. Or. And mrs. Entertained or. And Don Byars and or. Aru Ard Robinson Duane sunday a Venin to he the birthday of their Mildred. Or. And mrs. John of Glens Falls were re of or. And mrs. A i Wood. Thomas Nesbitt Phelps spent last we in ton dx., at Tendon by Blossom festival Para a they also joined other member of the society of american Mill tary engineers from Norwic University at i Ort Belvoir Foi a tour of the base. Or. And mrs. I Arl Tudor o Pownal were weekend vests o the John tudors. A group of the rid e rider a Idle Lull enjoyed their first Piai of the season sunday at their Field. White Crek Grange met at a ii Ter main Hall april 15. Theme c the pro ram was a Spring a a i Idee were Amos songs Al Hill Secretary mrs. Bertha Baker treasurer. Mrs. Edward Nolt paid special tribute to miss Ida Van Wert who has served Many years As teacher of the Philathea sunday school class and mrs. Bertha Baker a tribute to the president mrs. Hazel Hill. A program of entertainment was presented including trumpet solos by Bill Cottrell duet by Sally Stetson and Martha Elliott Mary poppin me Ody by Geraldine Carnell and Solo by Susan Elliott. Those in charge of arrangements included mrs. Duncan my Martin mrs. John Calhoun and mrs. George Scott sr., decorations and favors and mrs. James Smith entertainment. Rhe Pownal Vera 823-7716 made out a wishing sheets alter seeing the books and indicated their Choice of books they would particularly like to own. The chairman reports that Many wishes would doubtless be filled. She noted that parents were enthusiastic about the Sale and expressed Hope it could be an annual event. Sale profits will be used to buy books on the Dorothy Canfield Fisher prize list which the Pat purchases each year for the school Library. A nominating committee including mrs. E. A. Riley mrs. Harold Mcdonald and mrs. R. In Van Der Linde has been named to find Pat officers to be elected at the May meeting. The april attendance award was won by Grade 5. John j. Herlihy director of the co operative project for curriculum development spoke to the Pat and outlined ways in which the Cpd set up under a Ford foundation Grant is working to provide better education in area schools both Public and private. Herlihy outlined plans for this years summer school project and noted that the school is designed to help teachers investigate innovations in education and develop interest in new courses and ideas. He announced that Phillip Viereck will be principal of the summer session this year. A Lively discussion followed Herlihy s talk entered around some of the newer techniques in the approach to education. Id readings. Will be May the next 20 at the mrs George Lobdell Lyra Sisson have re a a 1,225-mlle Auto rip to the South. In Delray,fla., a slated Margaret and Walter i mrs. Lyle Sutton. Tal a is see and Pensacola were a Ber Florida stops. The French a ? t r in new Orleans they renal As a very interesting visit. the Quot a went to see the George it jell or family at Ohio uni a m it in Athens Ohio before returning Home. Have us do ail the work on your heritage Home and still save Money i tent age Oil the Umof a the thl Ani. Ding today featuring windows needed. Adi or hard if in v Lino ii i uh1 ii i huh directions phone 442-5685 set plans for Complete see crease in Price brochure is Krek at Model. By mail no i Iko t St. Right. A signs from to xxi to $50,000 d the exciting extras at no in i net i rials to Page Home we will plans or custom build i in Petely from your building Lorn available t Homes local custom builder Merritt Hewitt North Bennington Vermont a record hop sponsored by the Pownal fire department auxiliary will be held tonight at the firehouse from 7 30 to 10 30. Prizes for dance contests will be awarded and All area Young people to years of age and older Are Welcome to attend. Serving on the committee will be mrs. David Ricker jr., mrs. Edward Pratt mrs. Otto Raetz mrs. Anson Pratt mrs. George Renner and mrs. Glenn Sweet. A Talent show to Benefit the summer camping Hind of the Pownal pioneers 4-h club will take place saturday night at 8 in the Pownal fire House. John Foster master of ceremonies will introduce Talent from Readsboro Bennington and the Pownal. Mrs. Harry Andrews general chairman has announced that three prizes Are to be award. Of in addition to a special door prize. Tickets will be available at the door. Mrs. Henry w. Bassen South Pownal chairman for the annual cancer drive will be assisted in Home visitations by mrs. Wll ired Labonte Francis Haley Peter Roy Susan Casey Pamela George Robert Dorman mrs. Siegfried Tolle mrs. William Paradise and Allison and Alice Pratt. Hoosick fulls Edith Beaumont 686-9103 a Standard american red Cross first Ald course currently being conducted at the West Hoosick fire department began monday night and will continue for four More weeks. The course consists of training in wounds bleeding Shock a oficial respiration transportation poisoning fractures Burns and common emergencies. A total of 12 participated in the opening session and More Are expected next monday when the second class will begin at 7 30 . Registration will close on that Date. James Hunt c. William Pine Warren Pine Lillian Everly Ruby Pine Dorothy Piritz Helenb. Filkins Sandra Pine Rita Hunt Frank Gifford Lloyd Pine and Edward Baker attended the first class. The course is timing conducted under the Rensselaer county chapter american red Cross with Richard a. Severson Royal Howard Robert Hebert Walter Hoffman sr., and Mary Morin certified instructors As instructors. North in landscape architect urges a More Beautiful Arlington Bennington Banner Friday april 22, 1966-7 new Pownal Arlington a a we can have a much More Beautiful Community in which to live a h. Stuart Ortloff local writer and landscape architect told members and friends of the Arlington Garden club tuesday night at Fisher school. Ortloff who spoke on Quot civic beautification and preservation of open space urged All local organizations to get together to Survey what needs to be done in Arlington and How it can be accomplished. All towns should be concerned in looking Over such areas As school grounds approaches to town Roadside signs and stands he said. People should think about a Park. Where can anyone have a picnic or sit under a tree to enjoy the View except on private property he asked. Ortloff said he Hopes new highways will have Quot halts that Are really attractive but he believes something can also be done on the old roads. Concerning the conservation of open space Ortloff pointed out that outside of National forests open space in Vermont is largely privately owned. In a period of rapid population growth building of new highways and spread of cities into the country people in Urban areas Are looking to Vermont new Hampshire and Maine for escape. Quot we Welcome these people to our state and Community a Ortloff commented Quot but unless we set aside open space for definite purposes we will soon find our Fields and forests Are we cannot he added maintain our attraction for people from the cities unless we retain some of the conditions that brought them. In Arlington the Garden pm has fenced in open space in the Center of the Village and the speaker commended the club most heartily. Many towns he said have lost similar Beauty spots to parking areas. The Arlington town Forest is a step in the right direction he remarked and commented on the area owned by the Lions club now used As a swimming Pool for Young people of the Community. He urged further development of this area. Quot it is too bad Stream Banks Are not protected a he continued and suggested that in the Long run towns will probably have to buy land to achieve such Protection. Education and cooperation these were key words spoken by architect and author h. Stuart Ortloff right in a discussion tuesday on civic beautification and preservation of open space at a Public supper meeting sponsored by the Arlington Garden club at Fisher elementary school. Mrs. Theodore Weinz Board of gardeners is at left and mrs. Richard f. Stolz club president has Back to camera Ortloff was particularly emphatic concerning the need to educate people As to Why it is important to conserve open space. With understanding comes cooperation he believes and everyone but especially children needs to have civic Pride. We can he pointed out begin at Home with concern for our own places. The anti Jitterbug gang Campaign of the National federation of Garden clubs should be stressed in our schools the speaker said. Everybody needs to know about the millions of dollars spent by National state and local governments to clean up the trash people throw out of cars a or just throw. We need too an ordinance of some sort to protect Street Trees he added. Many have been removed because of disease or decrepitude. Ortloff said he would like to see a committee formed for the Protection of those that remain and Hopes All local organizations will cooperate in a program to re Plant Trees. Thompson club opposes junkyard Pownal a a Public meeting to hear the petition of Paul Mason and Henry Hurley to conduct a junkyard in North Pownal was attended by seven residents thursday afternoon in the town office. The proposed junkyard location is described As being in a secluded area in the Lime Kiln Hill Section of North Pownal not visible from the Road and enclosed on three sides by natural Rock Cliff barriers 20-to30 it. High. Opposition on a a aesthetic grounds was voiced by representatives of the newly formed Pownal Garden club or. And mrs. Byron Barber and or. And mrs. John Patterson. Robert e. Rudd sr., who has a right of Way in the area appeared to assure that abandoned vehicles would not be placed near the Highway but kept within the enclosure. It was reported no immediate decision can be made by the Board of selectmen As proof of lease from Kate Hart of Williamstown owner of the property must first be presented by the applicants after which the Board will determine of All official regulations for junkyard operation have been followed. It Quot j m i Popw we a Javery memorials 517 South Street Bennington Vermont cull mrs. Ernest la. Javery mrs. Alan la. Page portable to m49.95 Zenith e. T. Williams opposite Vermont soldiers Home phone 2-6858 Millington Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 the local fire department had a Busy time thursday in coping with a stubborn grass fire along Railroad tracks beyond the station. Another fire broke out in Brush along the South Bank of Lake paran and the fire chief and several Volunteer helpers spent More than an hour keeping it under control. Raceway the Vermont state racing commission May not be aware of it but the racing season on Prospect Street opened and closed in one Day thursday. The curving driveway of the Fred Welling Home was the scene of a big race on homemade coasters. Owned and built this week by their daring fathers the racers were piloted by George Welling of Mattapoisett mass., who is visiting his grandparents this week and his neighbor Tommy Calabro. The boys had issued a Challenge to All others in the Village but there were no takers. The race was a breathtaking affair. After considerable discussion of the ground rules and allowance for the curve of the course Tommy was named win Ner a by one second and was awarded the Blue ribbon. Georges racer is sporting a red ribbon and other races May possibly ensue in the future according to our sources of information. We by Rorr can report that the ice at Lake paran is officially broken. Milton Pinsker of Bennington who swims a mile or More almost Dally at paran from april into october says he took his first swim last weekend at the Lake. He said he did not linger Long however. The ice is gone but the memory lingers in tile Chilly Waters. Mott ii to in Tow us Carlo Wolter to 4-3993 Wilmington Lions club will hold its next meeting april 27 at 6 30 . At the White House instead of at the Long Jim restaurant. Miss Muriel Barber of Hinesburg is spending a vacation at Home this week. Tim space contrib oct d by the publisher As a Public so evict going on four More than 2,000 children die each year of leukaemia a cancer of the blood forming tissues. Important discoveries in research laboratories Are helping to extend the lives of Many Young victims by precious months. So far there is no cure. Many scientists believe however that cures will be found for leukaemia sooner than for any other cancer. Research will save children in the future. But research is expensive. Give today. That they May have tomorrows. American cancer society

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