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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 20, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Manchester pilgrimage awards Kraeuter ensemble will perform at the Southern Vermont Art Center Manchester sunday at 3 30 . Above left to right Phyllis Kraeuter and her Fine Stradivarius cello her brother Karl Kraeuter violinist and Belas Ila i pianist. Brother and sister violin cello duo will play at Art Center sunday Manchester a Karl and Phyllis Kraeuter brother sister violin and cello duo will present a program of chamber music at the Southern Vermont Art Center in Manchester sunday at 3 30 . It will Mark the second appearance of the Well known duo at the Art Center where they were received last season by an appreciative audience. They will be assisted at the piano by Bela Szilagi. The Kraeuter will open the program with Baches sinfonia Harte theatre Bennington it. Dial 2-4490 or condition it not a last times tonight eve. 6 30 amp 8 40 . Rock Hudson a Catherin of eagles wed. Thru sat. 30 amp 8 1 9 sat. Mat 2 . The fabulous Dolphin in met Colora i. I s 0 my a pics ones a Offiah v color adult prices eve 7 5c sat mat 50c All children shows 35c concertante in a major. It will be followed by suite populace Espagnole for cello and piano by Manuel de Falla. The duo will then present a so Leggio k. 395, no. 2�?� by Mozart a in autumn and a Uncle Remus from Mac Dowells Woodland sketches and a a finale from Sonatina by Honegger. The program will end with a Trio in c major of. 87,�?� by Brahms. Of particular interest will be the Fine Stradivarius cello which miss Kraeuter will play. She acquired it about a year ago from an estate in England. Made in Cremona Italy by Antonio Stradivari in 1726, it was in private Art collections and had never been played by a professional musician. Not Only is it still in a Fine state of preservation but the Mold on which it was made has been discovered to be still i existence in the museum of the Paris conservatoire. Concert goers Are invited to visit the Art gallery at no charge one hour before curtain and during intermission. The big event of the labor Day weekend will be performances of Swan Lake act ii and la Fille Mal Gardee by the Svetlovs Ballet company. Mme. Marina Svetlovs director and Star will be partnered by the russian dancer Oleg Briansky. There will be two performances at 8 30 on sunday sept. I and 8 30 Mon sept. 2. Tickets Are now on Sale. North Bennington faculty listed Bennington drive in last time Tonitte the thrill of it All Anc 40 pounds of trouble . Aug. 21 -24 Samuel Bronston Chatto Ava by of Avo 55 Days at peking super tech Irama technicolor a so Walt Dis so y olympic Kik North Bennington a the Complete faculty of the local graded and High school has now been announced by the office of supt. Leon e. Wagner. Principal of the school is miss Catherine Corcoran and the remaining faculty of the High school includes mrs. Millicent Cross Home making mrs. Alice Watson commercial subjects Raleigh Fleetwood science and mathematics Harold Mcdonald returning to after a year of advanced study at the University of Pennsylvania science Bernard Leamy social studies. Teaching latin and English will be miss Marion Tifft French and English mrs. Aline Sandrin. Mrs. Frances Woodcock and Stanley Zovistaski will teach Junior High subjects. The elementary school faculty includes mrs. Lillian Van sur dam in kindergarten mrs. Florence Beebe Grade i miss Mary Meagher Grade 2 mrs. Shirley Salter and mrs. Catherine Al Well two sections of Grade 3 mrs. Beatrice Gilman Grade 4 Robert Bush Grade 5 and Robert Nolan Grade 6. Physical education instructor will be Ronald Reeves of Kensington md., who will teach three Days a week Here and 2 Days in Shaftsbury. Music education will be in charge of Alfred g. Scott Savage of Montreal. The school nurse is mrs. Madalyn Green the Secretary mrs. Phoebe Crosier and part time librarian mrs. Arthur Wickenden. Newcomers to the faculty include mrs. Beebe in Grade i. A graduate of Castleton state College she has had More than 15 years experience in elementary education most of it Inthis area. She comes to North Bennington from Pownal where last year she was teacher and principal at the Pownal Center school. A resident of North Benning ton mrs. Catherine Elwell is a graduate of Wheaton College with an . And has had six years teaching experience in Vermont new Jersey and Massachusetts. Robert Bush will teach Grade 5 in the absence of mrs. Madison who is on leave of absence this year. A 1962 graduate of Castleton College with a , Bush taught last year in Schuyler Ville . The new music instructor or. Alfred Scott Savage received his certificates in music from the Dale school Derby England and the College of music London in 1948. He has had 3 years teaching experience in Montreal prior to coming to North Bennington. 21 girl scouts be girl lamp Lour la 111&Quot to. It 17 North Hoosick Mew York last time tonight a a summer Placky Richard Egan Dorothy Mcguire Quot no time for sergeants Quot Andy Griffith Nick Adams starts wed. Aug. 21 a amp metro Goldwyn Mayer ism by fat Pena the fabulous Dolphin die Zeh i Mil North of Latham Circle Box office open to . To to . Phone 785-8559 tonight thru sunday de Dir Rich presents Carla Alberghetti in . Critics award k bist musical Carni. Also starring rav Danton Kves. 8 40, sat. 5 30 a 9 15, Sun. 8 . T Icke to at Box office t by mail or phone 785-8559, child free with Kach paid ticket for sat. 5 30 she. T tickets also Bennington bookshop next week Hon Caulfield of go y Cass in a new play prior to Broadway she did no to say yes Hoosick Falls a a group of 24 girl scouts and five adults of Hoosick Falls left today for girl scout Camp Little notch near fort Ann ., where they will Camp for four Days in the Sherwood Forest Section under their own government. Mrs. Edwin Brenenstuhl troop Leader is in charge of the unit. Other adults accompanying Are mrs. Wesley Durkee and mrs. Theodore Lukas. Meg Wirmusky and Lee Ann Thurber were selected to attend Camp Council while there to receive instructions and regulations for their scheduled Outing. The group of scouts representing five local troops will be divided into three patrols each sharing equally in the housekeeping tasks with leaders of each to see that their duties Are carried out. They include patrol i with Claire Lukas Leader and Marie Myers assistant Betsy Cullen Betty Gefken Diane Percy Meg Wirmusky Helen Wirmusky Kathleen Kempf. Patrol 2 with Janice Lassor Leader and Debby Marchand assistant Lynn Well Marilynne Frazier Karen Kovage Jayne Zilinskas Monica of Brien emmy Highfield Jane Brenenstuhl. Patrol 3 with Lee Thurber Leader and Sharon Yure Witch assistant Rosemary Danforth Marie Hanselman Ellen Myers Susan Nowik and Carol Brenenstuhl. Persons offering to provide transportation include Benedict Nowik mrs. Walter Wirmusky mrs. Edward Zilinskas mrs. Irving Stevens Charles Frazier and mrs. Brenenstuhl. Manchester Miry Dillmann 362-1366 airman first class g. Thoma of Manchester has started a five month tour of duty at Moron air base in Spain. The airman a graduate of Burr and Burton Seminary is the son of or. And mrs. Ferdinand Thoma of Manchester. Manchester a the decor Tive Floral arrangements in the seven houses on the House and Garden tour in Manchester and Dorset thursday August 15, were judged according to House rather than by class. The most coveted award the Tri color Given to the Over All Winner went to mrs. Ray Foote of Dorset for her Mantle arrangement in the contemporary Home of or. And mrs. Clyde Zollars of Dorset hollow. First Jalue ribbon second re third yellow and honorable mentions were Given by three sets of three judges each. One set judged the four houses Here another the three in Dorset and a third the horticultural exhibit at the Zion Parish House. The arrangements were classified in six categories As follows i a Mantle arrangement of Flowers suitable to the decor of the House 2 a Hall an antique Container of colourful fresh Flowers 3 a dining room a luncheon table with fresh Flowers and fruit 4 a Coffee table a dramatization of the use of roses 5 a breakfast tray 6 a occasional table an All White arrangement of fresh Flowers in a White Container. The awards in the Manchester houses were As follows mrs. Henry f. Wolff s House a first went to mrs. Wolff herself for her Coffee table mrs. Harold h. Boswell received a second for her occasional table and mrs. Robert w. Higbie or. A third for her breakfast tray. In the House of mrs. Edward tinker mrs. Tinker received a first for her dining room and mrs. Roy Horan a second for her Coffee table. In the House of or. And mrs. Royal g. Cannady mrs. Horan received a first for her occasional table mrs. Henry Robinson a second for her Coffee table and mrs. Lawrence p. Pennell a third for her Hall arrangement. In the remodeler school House Home of or. And mrs. Lewis Brown mrs. Brown was awarded a first for her dining table. Mrs. T. P. Hastings and mrs. Henry Robinson both got seconds for their Hall arrangements. In the three Dorset Homes in addition to mrs. Footers prize winning Mantle arrangement of twin Lalique vases containing plume poppies yellow roses purple monks head and purple Gladiolas flanking a Crystal Mirror in the Zollars Home she also won a third for her Hall arrangement there. Mrs. Mortimer Addoms won a second for her breakfast tray. At Mettawee Brook farm the Home of mrs. Henry Barlow the awards were As follows a first went to mrs. Josiah Allen for her dining room and a third to mrs. Erwin Jennings for her breakfast tray. Mrs. Oma Gouert was awarded two prizes at the Bassetts namely a first for her Coffee table and a third for her Mantle. Mrs. Alfred Yates received a second prize for her occasional table. At the horticultural exhibit in the Zion Parish House mrs. Harold h. Boswell walked off with most of the honors. She received an award of Merit the highest for a fungi and Fern Quot exhibit All of which came from the Boswell s own place in East Dorset. She received first awards in five classes including those for ferns Cosmos giant Zinnia Calendula and a japanese honeysuckle. Two other awards of Merit were also Given one going to mrs. Helgi Metz of Peru for her White Lily and the other to mrs. H. B. Childs for a White and Gold Gladiolus. Three special awards went respectively to mrs. T. P. Hastings and mrs. Boswell for their conservation exhibit to miss Anne Mauger for her a past and present Quot display and to miss Rachel Mauger for her Birds Christmas tree and collection of nests. A Junior achievement award was received by mrs. Louis Soderberg for her work with the it. Laurel school for mentally retarded children. First awards were won for House plants by mrs. Boswell spider Plant mrs. Murray Campbell it in a Back miss Rachel Mauger tuberous Begonia and mrs. Paul Todtschinder received a second for an african Violet. Blue ribbons for annuals went to mrs. Boswell mrs. James Glenn mrs. Robert Higbie jr., miss Margaret Mcguire and mrs. Todtschinder. Firsts for perennials Gladioli and roses were received by mrs. Campbell mrs. Childs mrs. Metz mrs. Robinson mrs. Soderberg and mrs. Todtschinder. Mrs. Glenn and mrs. Higbie were cited for their Herb collection and Home grown vegetables respectively. Specimens for the1 horticultural exhibit were fewer than usual because the hard Rains on the two Days preceding the Flower show damaged Many gardens. Mrs. William Erney of East Dorset was in charge. Winners in the three Junior arrangements classes were As follows an animal made from one or More vegetables 6 to to years Salley Shaw Lisa Johnson and Pamelia Beattie plus honorable mentions to Ivan Beattie Gertrude Fowler Dana Market and Timothy Markey. Arrangement of wild Flowers in a decorative tin can la to 15 years Anne Broun Deborah Fisk Roger Fowler and Susan Miller. The nine judges who came from far and near were mrs. Frederick Beecher Bennington miss Louise Clancy Riverside Conn. Mrs. Robert n. Graham Larchmont . Mrs. Carlisle Graves Springdale Conn. Mrs. A. Haywood Hovey Long Meadow mass. Mrs. Earl Horsford Charlotte it. Mrs. Gould Steb teacher Assi it in intents Complete the roster of teachers for the North Pownal graded school and the Pownal town school District is now Complete and assignments have been made by supt. Leon e. North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4319 Oes pilgrimage the annual pilgrimage to the Eastern Star Home in Randolph vt., will be made by members of the order sunday. Divine service at la . Will be followed by a picnic lunch. Each member attending is to bring his or her own lunch Coffee and soda will be sold by Beulah chapter Oes. Donations for the Home maybe left with mrs. Anna Caracciola Hunt Street Bennington mrs. Lura Goewey 250 be Mont ave., Bennington or Walter h. Whitman Hall Street North Bennington. Any donation will be appreciated but gifts of Money Are especially useful which will buy needed supplies at a wholesale Price. Mrs. Charles Harris has returned to her upper main Street Home after spending several Days in Boston. Fred and Marjorie Simmons Are enjoying the role of grandparents this week while they have their Little twin granddaughters Pamela and Polly with them. The twins parents or. And mrs. Frederick Simmons jr., of Amherst n.h., with their older children Brenda and Bill Are off on a trip to Boothbay Harbor Maine. Mrs. Louise Powers has returned after spending a few Days visiting her sister in Cambridge. While there she attended the wedding of her Nephew Leo Cooley of Schaghticoke to miss Dolores Senecal. The wedding took place last sunday in St. Josephus Church in Cohoes . The Charles Parsley family is spending this week in Clinton mass. As guests of the Rev and mrs. Richard Duncanson at their summer Camp. Rev. Walter Miller of St. Johns Church was called to Lowell mass. Last week by the death of his aunt mrs. Catherine Rourke whose funeral took place saturday. Wagner As follows North Pownal a mrs. Florence Harries of Bennington grades i and 2 mrs. Terry Landau of Bennington grades 3 and 4 Richard Worden of North Pownal grades 5 and 6 Harold Pratt of North Pownal grades 7 and 8. Pownal town schools Oak Hill a mrs. Shirley Kelly of Bennington Grade i miss Florence Field of Arlington Grade 2 miss Carole Bonneville of North Adams primary. Miss Field will also serve As principal at Oak Hill. Center school a principal Mae Bostwick of Bennington Grade 3 mrs. Doris Lille of East Pownal Grade 4 mrs. Ruth Mason of Williamstown Grade 5 mrs. Sondra Schoenfeld of Williamstown Michael Bowiec or. Of North Adams and James Gallagher of Bennington will teach grades 6, 7 and 8 under the department ligation system. Music will be taught in both school systems by Theodore Cook of Manchester and French in Pownal District by mrs. Rolande Bruneau of Bennington. Mrs. Madelyn Green of North Benning ton win again serve As school nurse in both districts. Miss Bonneville is a 1863 graduate of notre Dame College Manchester n.h., with .a. Degree and Bobowiec is a 1963 alumnus of North Adams state College with .s. Degree. Mrs. Kelly has had four years experience teaching previously in the Southwest District and holds .s. Degree from Castleton state College. Cook a graduate of the Union theological school of music in new York has had 25 years experience teaching in both private and Public school systems. Lighting strike Chicago up a during 1962, a total of 330 farm Homes that were struck by lightning sustained More than a nuisance damage and almost a third of them were totally destroyed. Bins Stamford Conn. Mrs. E. Van Dyke Wetmore Essex Conn. And mrs. Adelaide Wilson North Ferrisburg. The tour was sponsored by the Garden club of Manchester for the Benefit of Flowers and services veterans Hospital White River jct. And for pure beautification. Bennington Banner tuesday August 20, 1963-5 kiddy Kar designer 93, visits Kin at Woodford Woodford a four out of five generations were gathered Here unexpectedly last week when Charles Frazer of Rensselaer . Paid a Surprise visit to his Wilmington Dover Carlo Wolfer a vice president Janet Brown presided Over the meeting of the american legion auxiliary at the legion Home wednesday. Plans for the Deerfield Valley Farmers Day were discussed. Installation of officers will be held at the next meeting at the legion Home wednesday aug. 28. Elected officers Are Lucille West Arlington Sandgate Betty trac Lite 375-2223 or. And mrs. Fred de Peyster and daughters Valerie and sue of Woodbury Long Island have come to their Home in Sandgate to spend the balance of the summer. The John Brinkerhoff have As guests for the month their daughter mrs. John coff and children Stephen and Susan from California. A letter from Jimmy Linkletter who was formerly a resident of West Arlington tells us that he is now with the . Air Force based at Lowry air Force base at Denver Colorado. Marge Trachte had a Surprise when she landed at the Airport in Hanover Germany. Besides being met by Heidi Eilert there were Jessie and Peter Ehrich of Arlington to Greet her. The four classmates. Of Arlington High school Are having a great reunion in Germany. Visitors this week at the Trachte Home were or. And mrs. Victor Donahue and their sons Brian and Kelly who now reside in Tucson Ariz. Donahue is connected with an advertising firm in Tucson and is also illustrating books. The Donahue lived in Arlington for several years and Are Well acquainted in the town. Hoosick Falls a Edith Beaumont 686-5518 provide their own Hoosick Falls a youngsters of the second Ward where no playground is provided took it upon themselves to procure their own with the cooperation of Edward Gleichowski who gave them permission to use Aper Tion of his land on Carey Avenue. Boys in the neighbourhood cleared the area for a Ball Park at the site of the former Hoosick Falls lumber co. Working like beavers the boys cleared the overgrown Brush which the Village Street department then took away bases and base lines for a Riffle Ball games and collected 25 cents from each boy who indicated an interest in playing. The Money paid for the initial Cost of purchasing a Riffle balls and bats and every Day since weather permitting the Young athletes can be found at the playground engaged in an enthusiastic game of a Riffle Ball. Elks meet exalted ruler Arnold h. Kuebler of the Hoosick Falls Lodge of elks gave a report on the National convention at san Francisco which he attended last month at the regular meeting of the Lodge tuesday night. He outlined highlights of the grand exalted rulers program and message to the Lodge. The new grand exalted ruler is Ronald j. Dunn a member of the Oneida , Lodge. Plans were announced for a Steak roast to be held september 7 on the club grounds. Elks and friends Are invited. Tickets Are available from the officers. Tentative plans for fall and Winter social activities were discussed and past exalted ruler William e. Burns speaking for the Board of trustees presented various recommendations regarding club procedures and maintenance. The next meeting will be sept. To starting the regular schedule of meetings on the 2nd and 4th tuesday of each month. Sister Monica William the former Janet Sherwin of Hoosick Falls took her final vows As a nun tuesday at the new provincial House of St. Joseph of Carondelet in Latham . A 1953 graduate of St. Mary a Academy sister Monica is the daughter of or. And mrs. William Sherwin of Elm Street in Hoosick Falls. Bigelow "0 or room size g jq5 464-3993 Rice president Janet Brown first vice president Hannah Sullivan second vice president Alberta Coleman treasurer Kitty Mills Secretary Elaine Brooks chaplain Bunny Johnson sergeant at arms Marjorie Johnson historian Lettie Wheeler Marie Maynard and Vera Auber Tine executive committee. The Baptist evening Guild has postponed its meeting from tuesday aug. 20, to tuesday aug. 27, 7 45 at the Home of mrs. Ken Worth Kimball on Castle Hill. Realty transfers the following real estate transfers were recorded during july in the office of town clerk Russell Fitch David b. Leggett property to g. William Hamilton of saucers mass. Ralph l. And Charlotte b. Smith property to Robert a Milan and Terrance j. Larney of Livingston no. Louise and Elsie l. Brown property to Stewart a Kean far Hills . Edward f. And Helen a. Wood of Pittsford ., and John f. And Patricia d. Manton of Westfield ., property to Alex h. And Joan y. Colman of new York City. Lawrence Farmer of new York City property to Frank r. And Jean c. Warner of three Rivers Mich. Joost Dankelman of Heem stede Holland property to Minlu corporation of Brattleboro. Golden anniversary will be observed by the Mayflower chapter . On thursday aug. 22, at the masonic Hall. There will be a regular meeting and reception of grand officers. A cleaning Bee will be held by volunteers at to . Wednesday before the meeting. The next meeting of the Victory Grange will be a neigh born a night a wednesday aug. 21. In spite of the Cool weather the annual summer Sale of the Baptist ladies Ald society wednesday afternoon reports a fair attendance. Success lies also in the cooperation of its members. Those working on the committees were mrs. Gertrude Batch elder and miss Jean Fitch kitchenware mrs. Alice Robinson mrs. Barbara look and mrs. Edna Carpenter fancy work mrs. Hazel Nelson mrs. Doris Adams and mrs. Rena Wheeler Home cooked foods table mrs. Doris Rice and miss Eva Wheeler Tea and refreshments mrs. Gertrude Carpenter mrs. Marjory Johnson and mrs. Claire Woods aprons mrs. Earlene Fitch and miss Marion Corbett miscellaneous gifts mrs. Daisy Marsha Flowers and plants and mrs. Rosie Howe grabs. Cold and rain did no to Dampen the enthusiasm of the 79 swimmers who registered for lessons with miss Janet Maclaughlin at Lake Laponda since monday. The swimming lessons annually sponsored by the red Cross will be held daily through aug. 24. The planned family cookout of the Lions club was changed to a Buffet supper at the Snow Lake Lodge wednesday night because of inclement weather. Eleven members attended accompanied by wives and guests. The next regular meeting will be held at the Long Jim a Rea Turant aug. 28. Granddaughter mrs. Marion Martin of Carle place l.i., who is vacationing with her family at Blueberry Hill in Woodford. There he also met his great grandchildren and his great great grandchildren. Frazer who is a former Ben Nin tonian is nearing his 93rd birthday thus following his Scot american fathers footsteps who lived to be 101. And like his father he s never been Idle. As a life Long devotee to music and Wood carving he has taken to the restoration of old violins and to Wood sculpture in his retirement. While employed by . White in North Bennington during his Long time Bennington residence he designed and constructed the Well known a kiddy car Quot and obtained several patents for designs in his Field. Reminiscing about family outings to Mountain Mills of Billings Pond in two a tin Lizzie Quot barely making the Mountain Frazer expressed his pleasure about the Billings Pond project. Frazer was accompanied by his wife Lillian his daughter mrs. Carrell Mccoy of Albany ., and his granddaughter mrs. Walter Yam Eric of Tupper Lake . Mountain town Carlo Wolfer Tel. To 4 3993 Brien and Cynthia Olsen son and daughter of or. And mrs. Norman Olsen of Newtown pa., Are spending a week with their grandparents or. And mrs. Anders Olsen while their parents Are in Canada. Or. And mrs. Vincent Nesci and sons of Meriden Conn. Are spending a vacation at their nes ski Lodge in Searsburg. Thomas Sheehan and Susan his Bride of three weeks spent a two week vacation in Woodford. He teaches biology at Westbury and coaches the basketball and track teams. 1960 Chevrolet Biscayne 6 cyl., local owner m195. 1959 Chevrolet Impala v-8, Auto. Trans., Ivory Sharp m495. Eddington inc. 239 main St. Bennington it. Double to Stamps wed. Super Pupek mar7 a a Faaao 434 main St. Bennington it. The one place to Call for Money the minute you want it # yes Call beneficial. Get Cash fast for vacation for any Good reason. Get International credit folks at beneficial like to say Quot yes just Call up and Taal beneficial finance system Loans $20 to $600 a Loans Lifa insured at Low Cost beneficial finance Ca. Of Bennington 449 main Street Bennington phone 25441 a ask for the yes manager open evenings by appointment a phone for hours g Dalef Cal finance co

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