Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Apr 24 1965, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 24, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner saturday april 24, 1965-5 Takin i to i if airways it was Good flying weather As these two boys with their Model plane attest. James Cook of 130 Scott St. Puts the Craft through manbevers while his Friend. Ruck Noyes of 121 Coolidge ave., looks activities sprout like buds As Spring arrives Spring if you Hadnot already noticed seems to have arrived in Bennington. Certainly taking note of the change of seasons this week were Bennington a younger citizens who were enjoying an easter weeks vacation from school. The combination of warm weather and free time resulted in a multitude of different outdoor activities which for the most part have been dormant since last fall. The photos Here provide a sampling of How the younger generations springtime energies were being expended. Ill Fri in a ii i a with a Little Mutual assistance these three youngsters take to climbing a tree which stands in memorial Park. Susan Hoisington of 99 Coolidge ave. Serves As the mainstay first giving a seat of the Pant boost above to Jeffrey Marcoux of 118 Safford St my then providing a foothold for Donny Wassick of 104 Coolidge ave. Below All three peer Down irom their Perth at the grounded photographer. Not All play some youngsters use the weeks warm weather for Odd jobs. Here Timmy Wager and Paul Schultz Rake the Lawn of or. And mrs. Charles Jensen of Convent Avenue. Will of or wont he a the greens wards Are riot yet Green but Balmy temperatures brought out croquet balls and wickets. In this game a tense moment develops As Ronald Pembroke right prepares to shoot hoping to both go through the wicket and also hit the Hall of his opponent Donna Shepard. Looking on is Michael rushed. The children All live on pageant Street. Bicycle built out of two an out of the Ordinary Bike these Days is not out of the Ordinary what with the variety of handlebars seats and assorted other accessories now available to kids to customize their two wheelers. This one is a bit noteworthy however since it has two rear wheels. The Rig was put together by Kenneth Allard of 109 Charles St. Whose son Mark is perched on the handlebars. Providing the locomotion is Paul Hurley of 225 Grove St. Staff photos by Bob Hagerman it s a hit baseball of course is much in evidence. Working out Here in a driveway off Safford Street Are from the camera Back Ernie Hoisington of 99 Coolidge ave., Eddie Lother of 111 Safford St., Wink Lother eddies brother and Steve Wassick of 104 Coolidge ave. Groundhogs watch out using one of his vacation afternoons to take the Fields with a Rifle is Terry Bishop of Morgan Street. He has his Eye open for woodchucks As he works his Way along the old trolley right of Way near his Home. J

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