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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 27, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Al Bennington Banner tuesday april 27, 1985 state helping teacher accepts Pennsylvania Job Montpelier a mrs. Elizabeth Tessler state helping teacher and elementary school specialist for southwestern Vermont who has worked closely in Bennington county with superintendents Allan Heath Leon Wagner More than steam in this Sauna Sandgate a eight firemen and two trucks of the Arlington fire department responded to a fire Here monday noon which destroyed a Sauna and dressing room at the Home of or. And mrs. John Mccarthy. Mccarthy had started a fire in the building a few hours earlier in anticipation of using the steam Bath later in the Day. According to fire chief c. Lee Marsh his men were unable to save the two room building because of a delay in phoning the fire department directly 375-2500. The building burned so quickly that it was impossible to save it and firemen concentrated pm keeping the fire from spreading to the adjacent main House. And Nell Cross and former supt. Robert b. Vail leaves the state department of education saturday. Mrs. Tessler who has worked 17 years in education in Vermont will be director of elementary education in Bristol township of lower Bucks county a. Bristol township school District is a Large comprehensive District with a Pupil population of More than 14,000. In addition to directing and supervising the present elementary program mrs. Tessler has been charged with encouraging innovation and additional research in methodology. One of her first projects will involve the no graded elementary school As an organizational pattern. Considered a leading authority on the subject in Vermont mrs. Tessler will work in Bristol with or. Portem botel nationally known for his work in the structural approach to Reading and mathematics in elementary schools. She will continue advanced graduate study at Temple the past two Summers she has taught at Ulm and will return this summer. To sing at Manchester the first congregational Church at Manchester will be the scene May 2 of a performance by the 40voice Castleton state College choir under the direction of or. Robert Aborn chairman of the Csc music dept. The featured work will be the a requiem a by Faure accompanied by or. Robert English on the Organ. Mrs. Harold re Mann of North Bennington will be guest speaker wednesday night Between 6 30and Otis Arlington float one of several floats with a Kennedy theme in Manchester a 15th annual loyalty Day Parade sunday was entered by the Yankee doodles drum and Bugle corps of Arlington under the direction of Walter Crawford. Left to right Are Debbie Hayes Brian and Edward Hawley of Arlington and Gregory and Wendy Brown of Eagle Bridge . The Arlington contingent stopped before gov. Hoff at the reviewing stand to allow its Little twirler Princess Crawford to perform several routines. Manchester Jackie Breen 362-2259 9 30 when a Church school workers conference will be held at the first congregational Church Here. A covered dish supper will be served at 6 30 to be followed by devotions led by the Rev. Jerome j. Hevey jr., pastor of the Church. Or. And mrs. Stanley Hinkley and family of East Manchester visited Washington . Last week. Terry Lynn son of or. And mrs. Fred Stacy of Shaftsbury is spending a few Days with his aunt and Uncle or. And mrs. Theodore Maher of Manchester Center. Miss Alice Rowe and mrs. Donald Mattson plan a Short vacation in new York City this week. They expect to return to their duties in the Manchester Center and Manchester Village Post offices after the weekend. Or. And mrs. Donald Riker and family were visitors at the world s fair last week. Joseph e. Farnum 20, son of or. And mrs. Edward Farnum of Manchester depot has enlisted in the air defense command of the . Army. After Basic training he will be assigned to the 5th missile bn., Tappan ., according to Sec. Donald Medoln Recruiter for the area. William Fleisch of Manchester depot is a patient at Rutland Hospital. Ecclesiastical Council an ecclesiastical Council of Manchester Oes installs each of the churches of the Ben or Nln ton county Council of Church in Etc it flyers is will Convene in executive ses j j ministers and delegates from Sion Early thursday afternoon at the first congregational Church Here to act on a recommendation of the committee on the ministry to receive the Rev. Jerome j. Hevey or. As a member and to proceed on plans for his installation. The Rev. Or. Hevey pastor of the local congregational Church since Early March was formerly minister at Alpha Baptist Church Philadelphia a. Following the executive session of the Council the meeting will be open to the Public at 2 30 to hear the Rev. Or. Hevey present a paper on a subject of Christian significance. Accident reported Richard Coburn son of or. And mrs. Francis Coburn sustained Only minor injury to his knee last weekend when a car in which he was a passenger hit a soft shoulder on Vermont 30 near Pawlet went out of control and rolled Over three times before coming to a Stop. He is presently on crutches but was Able to resume his studies at Norwich University. Although the car was completely demolished in the Accident none of the other occupants was seriously Hurt. State police said the vehicle was operated by Mark Binman _ 18, of Meshanic . Other Pas by Cit i by y till sengers were Bernadette Lyon a 1mii& 17, and Nancy to Howard 17, both of Manchester. Manchester merchants be have just received $800.00 Worth of products we can now say without qualification that we Are the most Complete cosmetic Center within 21 Miles of the greater Manchester area. We carry the entire line always 21 hour pre striation service Whipple s pharmacy Manchester Center 362-1101 hate that grass mow your Lawn while sitting on your wonder boy"400�?� 4 he 4 Cycle Briggs amp Stratton engine easy spin starting free floating Mower action heavy duty tubular steel Frame a soft action clutch with Spring loaded idlers soft pneumatic stud tread tires for better traction. Anthony Lombardy Locke Cooper eclipse Power mowers simplicity tillers Riding mowers tractors Manchester it. 362-1629 North on . Route 7 no Rush shop As you Are. Pleasant shops easy parking g Urpin Center Cut rate Manchester Center Vermont Flash bulbs we carry in our Stock a Complete line of general electric Flash bulbs including ag-1, Agib 5, 5b, m-2, m-2b, and m-3. Be Flash bulbs Are performance proved. Color Aid Block i Okito do you have a vie have the Polaroid. Film Quality developing service prints of the highest Quality open daily 8 30 to 8 30 sunday 8 30 to 12 30 Leos motors tour authorized Chrysler amp Plymouth dealer Manchester Center it. Tel. 3621318 1962 Volvo big motor stand. Trans and Heater. 1958 jeep a new convertible top radio amp Heater 24,000 actual Miles. Isaac 1961 Chevrolet Wagon 6 pass., v-8, Auto. Trans., radio amp is Oil Heater. 134 j 1964 Ford station Wagon 9 passenger v-8, stand. Trans., with Soroc overdrive 13,000 Miles. A Jed 1963 rambler 4 door Wagon Auto. Trans., 6 cyl., Low mileage. If see the Apache camper Inow on display electronic service co. Manchester it. Rte. 7 a at the sign our Good name and Long time experience is your guarantee Nassri i Badio i a radios appliance Auto Damo red Mountain chapter Oes holds annual installation Manchester a new officers were installed at ceremonies of Adoniram chapter no. 22, Oes Here saturday night. They Are Marjorie Porter worthy Matron Oakley k. Porter worthy Patron Ada Rumney associate Matron Austin r. Rumney associate Patron Christine Waller Secretary Mary Brown treasurer Veronica Mcfall conduct Ress Laura Storrs associate conduct Ress Madeline Harwood chaplain Jeanette Lawrence marshal Laura Harwood organist Patricia Dorr Adah Dorothy to Brophy Ruth Dorothy g. Bro Phy Esther Mary Waters Martha Katherine Johnson Electa Nadine Hayes warder and Robert Mcfall Sentinel. Installing officers were Frances Scott installing Matron Stanley Hinkley installing Patron Phyllis Wilcox installing marshal Elizabeth Johnson installing chaplain Beatrice Powers installing organist and Evelyn Parker installing soloist. Geoffrey Gregory and Scott Porter sons of the new Matron and Patron Sang an original song composed by Jennie Griffith for the occasion and presented their Mother with Pink sweetheart roses and their father with a boutonniere. Arlington a a Large number of guests from neighbouring chapters and friends of the local chapter attended a Public installation of officers of red Mountain chapter no. 41, Oes at the masonic Temple Here sunday afternoon. Installed were mrs. Mary Best worthy Matron Clyde Putnam worthy Patron mrs. Edith hard associate Matron Max Grout associate Patron mrs. Luretta Putnam Secretary mrs. Marie Disque treasurer mrs. Anne Secor conduct Ress mrs. Nellie Pike associate conduct Ress mrs. Ruth Grout chaplain mrs. Ingrid Flrsch marshal mrs. Ella Pike organist mrs. Amelia Lawrence Adah mrs. Lillian Henderson Ruth mrs. Doris Fisher Esther mrs. Karen Putnam Martha mrs. Louise Koenig Electa mrs. Nellie Hayden warder and Harold Best Sentinel. Installing officers were mrs. Barbara Mahler installing Matron the Rev. Clement Belcher installing Patron mrs. Agnes Belcher installing marshal mrs. Nellie Bentley installing chaplain mrs. Ella Pike installing organist mrs. Ethel Benjamin installing soloist. Gifts from the chapter and officers were presented to mrs. Best in appreciation of her work As worthy Matron during the past year and an bouquet of red and White carnations was presented to her with the Good wishes of members for a successful second term. Mrs. Best invited the support of her officers and announced that her watchword will be a peace and Harmony Quot the scripture the 121st psalm the hymn a my Faith looks up to thee Quot and the Flower the red and White Carnation. Refreshments and a social hour followed the meeting. Family again fire victims Hoosick Falls . A a former Hoosick Falls family who had the misfortune four years ago of being fire victims while residents Here lost everything in a fire which swept their apartment Over the former Jones amp Jones store in Petersburg Early monday morning. Or. And mrs. Earl Stevens and their five children ranging in age from infancy to 12 years who moved from Fisk Street after fire damaged part of their House were forced to flee to safety at 3 . Monday. The family fled with Only the clothing they could immediately reach. Cause of the fire is As yet undetermined. Mrs. Stevens and three of the children Are staying temporarily with her sister and brother in Law or. And mrs. Silas Kimball 42 Carey ave. Here. West Arlington Sandgate Betty Trachte 375-2223 mrs. Margaret Webster of East Northport . Is spending the week with mrs. Bertha Stearns while she is moving things from her Camp by the Green River to her new Home Ober Warroad. Mrs. Webster is a teacher in East Northport and spends her Summers in West Arlington. Phillip King son of mrs. Louise King of Sandgate left recently for great lakes 111. For recruit training in the . Navy. The West Arlington Home dem group will hold its regular meeting wednesday at i . At the Home of mrs. George Hess. Mrs. Ralph Tudor will Lead the group in making a botanical notes Quot a novel Type of note paper. Refreshments will be served by mrs. Robert v. Jones. The opening of fishing season brought much activity to this area. William Harriman of Waterford . Was among successful fishermen in the Bat ten kill. Harriman writes a fishing column for the Albany newspapers. Andrew Woodcock of Peru was out trying his Luck in the Green River near where he was born and brought up. He said he was t fishing seriously but was enjoying the walk along the River thinking about the old Days when he was a boy living in Sandgate. Or. And mrs. Sheldon Jaffee and Burt Hansen were at their Home in Sandgate during easter week and have now returned to their Home in new York. Promotion announced John Stanton son in Law of or. And mrs. Robert Warner of Arlington has been named an associate new York advertising manager for look Magazine. On the Magazine s advertising sales staff for eight years. Stanton was formerly associated with Mccall a woman s Home companion and today s woman. He lives in Fairfield Conn. Heidemarie Eilert Arlington Exchange Pupil plans to wed Arlington a of interest to residents of Arlington is the announcement of the engagement of miss Heidemarie Eilert of Al Feld Germany to Horst Muller also of Alfeld. No Date has been set for the wedding. Miss Eilert was an Exchange student during the school year of 1959-60, living at the Home of or. And mrs. Don Trachte in West Arlington. She was a member of the group of 30 foreign students in the International Christian youth Exchange project and was sponsored by the East Arlington Federated Church. Since leaving Arlington where she graduated from the Arlington memorial High school in the class of 1960, she has continued with her education and is planning to be a pharmacist. It is expected that miss Eilert will visit the Trachte family this summer for two months. She plans to arrive in new York aug. La on the Otis built for two or. And mrs. Milton King of Manchester Riding Karl Kilburn s Rentable tandem Drew cheers As they passed in review during the loyalty Day Parade sunday at Manchester Center. John Balch of Harned Fowler Post vow was loyalty Day chairman. East Arlington Sunderland Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 or. And mrs. Ellery Lawrence and family motored to the Northern part of the state saturday. One visit they made was at the Eastern Star Home in Randolph to visit the Rev. Mabel Winch who was 90-years-old april 3. Miss Winch seemed quite Alert and doing As Well As can be expected in spite of two bouts with surgery within a few weeks. Mrs. Gerald Monroe and children spent last week with her parents or. And mrs. Frank Labadie. On sunday Gerald Monroe came for his family who had to return for school this week. Or. And mrs. Charles Thomas of Springfield mass. Spent the weekend with her sister and family or. And mrs. Paul Matteson in the Borough. Mrs. Louis Dondero former residents in the Borough and now of Rutland spent the weekend at their Home Here. Dick Lucky Davis got his limit in fish both Days Over the weekend. Mrs. Ralph Bentley is in new York this week attending the world s fair. Mrs. Nellie Bentley a daughter and husband or. And mrs. Leo Paulin of Troy ., were visitors this weekend. Or. And mrs. Edmund Beagle expect to leave tuesday for new Britain Conn. To attend the funeral of a Friend. The evening Fellowship will meet thursday at 8 at the Home of mrs. Thomas Weakley. The topic for discussion a the Christian View of Man Quot will be led by mrs. Lyle Salter. Members Are asked to Call mrs. Jack Evans if transportation is needed. Some were sad and some were glad but school Ells rang just the same in All area schools this week. With Spring around the Corner and oily a few weeks of studying left enthusiasm is running High these Days. Boys Are looking Forward to a summer of baseball and All Are hoping for Early swimming weather. Grafton Church plans sirloin Steak dinner Grafton . Or. And mrs. Merritt Wagar and or. And mrs. Donald Boomhower Are serving on the preparation committee for the chopped sirloin Steak dinner being sponsored by the methodist Church Here saturday. Servings will be at 5, 6 and 7 . In the Church Hall

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