Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Aug 20 1965, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 20, 1965, Bennington, Vermont My racing 6000 free seats monday thru saturday Alt con Omond Ciu Nous owing room the Best racing in the area Post time 745 pm daily double a a o twin double no minors admitted Quot Green my maj a mum a mite Omi will i bom Lull is it own Wass Ion no is Rwm ions both la i a is a Sandgate Betty Trachte 375-2223 mrs. Haymond Hadlock a former resident of West Arlington visited relatives in the area for a few Days last week. She is the granddaughter of the late a o. Wilcox of Sandgate. She and her late husband have been living in Morrisville. Melinda Welliam daughter of or. And mrs. . Pelham is working in a Large Law firm in Boston and is living on com i wealth Avenue Brighton with two friends. She graduated from Katherine Gibbs secretarial school last june parkas Green Adams clothes shop a is of Soo Only Vermon i appearance Marina Svetlovs a Bennington county resident and director of the Svetlovs school of Ballet will make her Only Public appearance in the state this season aug. 30 at the Weston playhouse. S ret Lorn to Danee at Lles ton Weston a the world renowned Ballet artist Marina Svetlovs will make her Only Public Vermont appearance this season aug. 30 at 8 30 . At the Weston playhouse under the sponsorship of the Weston Community club. Miss Svetlovs will appear with a corps de Ballet of 25 students of the Svetlovs school of Ballet about half of whom Are Vermont artists. The program is entitled a a an evening of the Prima Ballerina will dance the Snowflake scene from Quot Nutcracker suite Quot excerpts from Quot naughty and the dying Swan from Quot Swan also featured in the program will be Spanish dancer Jose Barrera accompanied by his guitarist David Bernardo dancing Quot Zapata Teado Quot Quot Farruya Quot and miss Svetlovs whose artistry has been heralded by audiences and critics from Bombay to Rome and in hundreds of . Communities has Prol ably been seen in person by More people than any other living dancer. In her own words she is Quot russian by blood French by birth and american by Choice Quot and she has been dancing All her life since she was enrolled by her parents in the famed Paris Ballet school of Vera Tref Ilova. Before she was to she began winning prizes. She has been garnering accolades Ever since in concert recitals All Over the world As Prima Ballerina of the metropolitan opera company and the Dallas civic opera for which in 1964 she conceived and executed Quot a tribute in dance to the memory of John Fitzgerald Kennedy Quot termed Quot one of the significant dance events of the now a resident of Manchester a Vetlovas a appearance at Weston aug. 30 will Mark her second annual performance at the playhouse. Tickets Are on Sale now at the Box office and proceeds from the event will go to the building and maintenance fund of the new Community Center. Lunch a dinner Remi Iii Toni 442-5257 l \ in he dam a if i. Frt Oneida Martlet i a we 736 main Strai Grande notes sgt. Andrews at Bennington armory Arlington Helene Thompson 375-2325 beatlemania hit Arlington and five Grade 8 girls Anne Kendall Lisa Ruland Helen Henning Susan James and Joanne Doyle made their Way to Shea stadium in new York City to hear and see their idols. Mrs. Donald s. Kendall or. Did the driving leaving at 9 30 . Sunday and arriving Home at 4 . Monday. Sunday afternoon was spent at the worlds fair. Kathy Doyle daughter of or. And mrs. Edward Doyle is spending some time at Cape cod. East Arlington Summerland Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 staff sgt. William Mason and family have returned to Limestone Maine after visiting cousins mrs. Frank Grover of Sunderland for to Days. Sunderland a Board of selectmen has posted a 35 mph. Speed limit on All roads. German teachers a a two week seminar in american civilization ended sunday at Williams College for 30 High school teachers from Baden Wurtemburg Germany in the first such educational venture sponsored by the american hosts program. All spoke fluent English and All but one were teachers of English in their own schools. The a a hosts program has been operating for several years bringing German teachers for stays with american families. Or. Robert Gaudino was director of the seminar and Williams was selected through prof. John g. Sproat who formerly taught history there. Bennington Banner Friday August 20, 1965-7 Shaftsbury health holds annual Mel Shaftsbury a the annual membership drive for the Shaftsbury health association is now under Way according to miss Ruth Martin chairman. Solicitations Are scheduled to continue until sept. 3, and canvassers will Call on All residents of Shaftsbury. Organized in 1941, the association continues to offer Home nursing services to Shaftsbury residents at a nominal fee and the health nurse mrs. Madalyn Green is at the elementary school each morning that school is in session. Purpose of the visiting nurse service is to give nursing care to those in need of it and through practical demonstration and instruction to Correct defects prevent disease and promote health. Health inspection including weight and height vision and hearing tests immunization pro Gram and diabetic detection Are available to the school pupils. The association sponsors the milk program at the school and the health nurse assists at All pre school clinics. Association nine ship drive Kelley Nancy Bull and mrs. John Scarey. Also mrs. Ardella Morin miss Nora Breen mrs. Richard Madison mrs. Rudolph Elwell miss Marlon Hardy mrs. Barton Jenks mrs. Thomas Morgan mrs. Sue Briggs mrs. Grace Reed miss Dale Whitman mrs. Milton Mackey mrs. Morton Howe and the Riley Earls. Also mrs. John Cross mrs. Theresa Wood mrs. Paul Cross mrs. Mabel Burke mrs. Bradford Smith mrs. E. H. Gorton mrs. Fred Bishop mrs. Albert Robinson mrs. Lincoln Rice mrs. Charles Myers mrs. V. J. Shultz and mrs. Elsie Ehrich. Manchester Jackie Breen 362-2259 mrs. Helen Hayford of Orleans a former resident associated with Burr and Burton Seminary received a master of arts degree tuesday at commencement exercises of Middlebury College. Mrs. Hayford was in the French school. J. Kenneth Cagney of West Hartford conn., a former resident of this town and brother of mrs. Stephen Breski Seminary Avenue has been elected vice president of St. Michael a College alumni association in a contested election. Cagney is an insurance Public relations director. Selectman and mrs. Ferdinand Bongartz and their children Are spending this week on a camping trip to Maine. In conditioned for your Comfort i lice s restaurant hours 8 of . To 1 00 . Closed sunday 714 main St Bennington it. A dance on the Green will be sponsored by Batten kill Grange saturday evening. Those working on the committee will be Jesse Harrington Richard King and Clarence Decker Iii outside Elaine Decker Elsie Sprague and Beverly King inside. The dances will continue if supported by the Public until further notice. A regular meeting of the Batten kill Grange was held wednes Llo Osick Falls Richard Severson 686-9594 faculty members from Hoosick Falls Central school attending a state education dept sponsored English language arts workshop at Vassar College Poughkeepsie Are miss Margaret Sura William Peckham Bertram stretch and George Sura. Dorset patience Brooks 362-2123 the second meeting of the Dorset Republican women was held tuesday at the Home of Lee Robinson and Ann Brink Harris. The meeting was attended by 90 per cent of the membership. Subject of the meeting was the town caucus which will be held in september. Day evening with Clarence Decker sr., worthy master presiding. Mrs. Viola Coolidge Home economics chairman held the needlework contest with misses Beverly and Theodora Petrellis and mrs. Lillian Petrellis judges. Winners were mrs. Abbie Baker Bedspread mrs. Marie no ventry afghan mrs. Elizabeth Cullinan doily mrs. Katherine Mccrea mittens. An invitation was extended by the Stamford Valley Grange to neighbors night aug. 23 at 8 ., it. Equinox will bring the travel program. A Washington newsletter was read from Cong. Robert Stafford. Sympathy cards were sent to Clayton fish. Orin Wilcox and mrs. Jennie Mckee. The program in charge of past lecturers began with the singing of Quot quilting a poem was read by Jesse Harrington Quot done to mrs. Clarence Decker or. Reported on the new England conference and the state Grange youth Camp. The program closed with the song Quot Church in the Wildwood and a thought for the Day by Mabel Crofut. Bingo followed the regular program. Next meeting will be held sept. I with election of officers. The master urges a Large attendance to select All officers for the coming year. Refreshments will be served by or. And mrs. George Cooledge and Everett Randall. Special you bet he is you have to be More than just Good in the Friend or employee. Look again and you see the National guard. You have to a that s face of a Man who has voluntarily taken on a because today a guard is meeting tile toughest Tough demanding assignment. Military skills Challenge in its 300-year history. Mean very Little unless they Are kept up to Date it takes a special kind of Man. And that a where the Challenge of the National in his spare time he studies and trains so that he guard comes into the picture. Is ready should the nations Security he threat make no mistake. He a meeting the Challenge ened. When you see him on the Street in Church when he a in the guard. Get behind the guard in at a fat meeting you Only see a neighbor or your town or City. Your National guard 0 Herman student returns to Lier a american Barents West Arlington a former foreign student who lived in Arlington has returned after five years for a visit. Miss he Demarte Ellert of Al Feld Leone Germany arrived on the . Hanseatic recently. She is staying with her american parents or. And mrs. In Trachte. Heidi spent the school year of 1959-1960 Here through the International Christian youth Exchange program. She was sponsored by the congregation of the Federated Church of last Arlington. She attended Arlington memorial High school graduating with the class of 1960. Upon returning to Germany she continued with her schooling and is now taking a pharmacy course which requires three More years of study. Miss Ellert will be a bridesmaid at the forthcoming wedding of Marjorie Trachte to George o. Linkletter sept. 6, thus fulfilling a Promise she made when she left. North lion Mutton p Elizabeth Dwyer 44 2-4519 mrs. Jennie Clark and miss Thelma Gaul Are visiting friends in Cleveland Ohio. Those who will be assisting in the canvassing Are mrs. Almon Wetherell mrs. Kenneth Corey miss Wanda Harwood mrs. Athur Jones mrs. Joseph Crossman miss Pamela Thompson mrs. Laura Montgomery mrs. Lew Levin mrs. Ezekiel Cross jr., mrs. Virginia Dooley mrs. Walter Hyjek miss Kathy Prouty mrs. Howard Stevens mrs. George Delaney miss Linda available at

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