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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 28, 1966, Bennington, Vermont To inning ton Banner thursday april 28, 1966 i re tout psychological association to meet Tucker chapter Oes installs new officers a Ling ton a the annual meeting of the Vermont psychological association will be held i Rilday and saturday at the West Mountain inn Here. The meeting is for members of the organization and friends from Allied professions. However a few additional reservations May be available for the Dii it and address by or. Siegfried i. Gerathewohl of the Bio science program National aeronautics and space administration who will speak on a a behavioural sciences in the space program findings and their implications Friday evening at 7 30. Dinner is at 6 . Anyone outside of the association who is interested should Telephone West Mountain farm. Lucien Hanks professor from Bennington College is chairman. Time to change shop Oneida North Bennington a mrs. Opal Lindsey and Ralph Lindsey were installed As worthy Matron and worthy Patron of Tucker chapter no. 38, Oes at masonic Temple Here saturday night. Other officers installed were mrs. Marjorie Porter associate Matron Kenneth Porter associate Patron mrs. Eileen Barton Secretary mrs. Ethel Poljacik treasurer mrs. Bertha Denio marshal mrs. Martha Williamson chaplain mrs. Mildren Harrington conduct Ress mrs. Edna stanley., associate conduct Ress mrs. Jean Powers Adah mrs. Pauline Knapp Ruth mrs. Fran Ces Whitman Esther mrs. Alice Harrington Martha mrs. Anna Caracciola Electa and mrs. Marlon Colvin warder. Officers absent and to be Liv stalled Are organist miss Thelma Gaul and Sentinel Bernard Knapp. Installing officers were mrs. Eileen Barton Matron David Barton Patron mrs. Pauline Knapp marshal mrs. Lura Goe Wey chaplain mrs. Grace Cher Bonneau organist mrs. Ethel Hamilton soloist. The North Bennington Baptist Church Junior choir Sang under the direction of mrs. Alfred Scott. Receptionist for the evening was mrs. Sue Briggs. Refreshments chairman was mrs. Marilyn Kenyon with mrs. Powers mrs. Cherbonneau and mrs. Irene Overlook assisting. Poplin poplin . Shirts Adams clothes shop a shoes too Bennington girls a pret tying up the Hoosick Grange Hall last weekend at a Grange Talent show were these Bennington ans from Cecelia Greene a school of dance front Row from left Jane Kipp Cindy Colvin Barbara Russ Back Row Teddy Van orman Sandra Racicot and Kathy Griswold. Lloyd Stock a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a up and save r it it to a War Arar Arar Utar our rift of fabulous May White Iii big 3-Day Sale thursday Friday saturday limited quantities Hale 4 4 4 4 packed with colourful values twin or full Che Niue bedspreads 100% Rayon Viscose tufting wont shed or pull out in smart 3 16&Quot vertical wave pattern. Heavy Bullion fringe. White Pink Blue yellow at our Low Sale Price White fitted bed sheets twin size 99$ hic colourful Bath towels sturdy Long lasting Muslin. 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Of Fol i sul Mac a big 24&Quot x 48&Quot Cotton Loop scatter rugs Hilo Loop Box pattern. Avocado spice Brown Rose beige antique Gold purple Aqua Al Pink. Fishmann a Bennington Vermont daily 9 30-5= 30, Fri. 9 = 30-9 i. I i \ a j everything but ufos at Dorset science fair Dorset a parents and friends who visited the Dorset elementary school science fair monday night could t have been less than delighted at the variety and ingenious Ness of individual student and class displays. The Only subject probably not covered was ufos which As a matter of fact caused some question among adults that night. Using tin cans string tin foil rubber tubing spools and balloons students created models that proved they d been using science books for More than Reading. From Grade l s simple collection of rocks weather charts and display showing what magnets can and can t do to Grade 8 s complicated aircraft display each class showed the result of open eyes and Busy hands. From other classes skeletons skulls Earth strata Wood samples and volcanoes sliced in half were to be seen. The annual event carries an added attraction of prizes awarded by the it a for Best individual projects. This year judges were Edwin l. Bigelow and supt. Neil Cross of Manchester. In Grade 8, prizes were awarded to Dennis Burden for his dam and Turbine Model Anita Rosencrantz for her study of the brain Lucy Erdman for her study of the ear Theda Mcwayne for her a study of the lungs Judy Janas for her Skeleton display and Richard Sprague for an Auto motive engine display. In Grade 7, Tom Beebe received a prize on a study and display of Coal and a prize was awarded to a three Man team in grades 3 and 4 who fashioned a geological display showing How soil is formed from rocks. The boys were Douglas Tarbell Steven Paskiewicz and Jimmy Abbot. So fascinating were the children s original projects that visitors almost overlooked the commercial display of science kits which could be purchased during the evening. A ii u i i Jour science show a individual aeronautics projects done by Grade 8 students at the Dorset elementary schools science fair monday show various parts of planes and offer explanatory drawings. Skinner prizewinner a eighth grader Dennis burdens prizewinning Model of a dam with Turbine and report were a Boon to a mechanical mothers viewing the Dorset elementary schools science fair. Quot a Turbine is a wheel turned by Force of a moving liquid into Energy that can be used for work a a said Burden. Skinner Marl buro president offers f financial Progress report Marlboro a Thomas b. Ragle president of Marlboro College has announced that $34,628 has been received following an Appeal last fall for $39,276 to balance the school s operating budget for this fiscal year. President Ragle in a Progress report said he was a a pleased to report that 245 persons had made donations. A a a have until june 30 to raise the balance a he pointed out. The colleges administration also reported receipt of $47,894 in restricted gifts from 69 donors including $12,000 for the general building fund $8,939 for books $7,876 in payment of pledges on the Library building $7,880 in special Grants for a variety of purposes from a language Laboratory to pianos and loan funds and $6,000 for a lecture series. President Ragle also reported receipt of More than $13,000 in material gifts including a paint ing some $3,000 Worth of furniture and More than $5,000 Worth of books and journals. Draft proposal Washington up a a peace corps official suggests that Young americans exempt from military service be enrolled in the peace corps the Job corps or similar government service for two years. Speaking to the seventh annual National policy conference of the american Israel Public affairs committee sunday peace corps associate director Harris Wofford said the United states might imitate israelis National service system under which All Young israelis men and women Are required to make a contribution to the National Effort. Leonard a 506 main St. Dial 2-4571 meats introducing . Prime beef highest Grade in Quality amp finish

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