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Acton Free Press

May 1, 1958, Page 6

Acton, Ontario, CA

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 31, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Manchester Jackie Breen 362-2259 Zion pre school is opening for its fifth year sept. 8. Both Nursery school and kindergarten will be held monday wednesday and Friday from 9 to 11 30 . And scholarships Are available. To Register parents May Call the Parish House. The office of the town clerk will be closed on monday. Miss Geraldine Lynch is a patient at Rutland Hospital. Tile remainder of the Burr and Burton school year schedule is As follows oct. 12 tuesday Columbus Day Holiday get. 21-22, teachers convention nov. Ii thursday veterans Day Holiday nov. 24.29 not inclusive thanksgiving holidays dec. 17-Jan. 3 not inclusive Christmas vacation Jan. 24.28, mid year examinations Jan. 31 monday classes resume february 18-28 not inclusive Winter vacation March i tuesday town meetings april 8-18 not inclusive Spring vacation May 30 monday memorial Day june 5 sunday baccalaureate and Princi w i min Toni Iii \ it Poi nor it to Toller pos Alfred A Alpheus it. Streeter of Wilmington a graduate of Wilmington High school and St. Joseph business College in Bennington has received an appointment As assistant professor of mathematics at the state University agricultural and technical College at Alfred. He received his . Degree in business education at the University of Vermont in 1933 and his . Degree from Harvard University in 1959. He has done Grad at Siena College Lou-.y., and Russell Sage Troy. I years Streeter has ssi stunt professor atn.y., Community rom 1933 to 19c3 he Ber of the faculty and principal at Crown Central school five year army Veteran served in the european theater from 1941 to 1940. Or. And mrs. Streeter and their two sons will be living in Wellsville ., after sept. I when Streeter a appointment is effective. Uate work Don Ville College in for to it been an a Jamestown College. I was a Mer assistant Point Streeter open every night this week till 9p Nufi i or wow Palms reception june to Friday termination of classes june la saturday alumni banquet and senior dance june 12 sunday commencement exercises. Peter Bermudez is currently doing Volunteer work in the John Lindsay Campaign for mayor of new York. He will return in time to attend Middlebury College As a freshman. The Manchester Bow will hold its regular meeting at 6 30 . Wednesday at the Colburn House. When cold Gusty winds made it uncomfortable outside a local teen group held its Quot Street d Rice indoors saturday night at the Grange Hall. The Young people Are raising Money to establish their own club. \ District meeting of the a s held at the elementary school monday night with District director mrs. Thomas Martin presiding. Mrs. Pat Rogers dispatcher at the town office has flown to Detroit to spend a week s vacation with her Mother who lives there. Real estate transfers the following transactions were recorded recently at the town clerks office the estate of George and Marion Gordon on Taconic Avenue has let Een sold to or and mrs. F rank Calvin of Hollywood Calif. Or. And mrs. Fred p. Kirk have sold a House and lot on Barnumville Road to Ruth b. Steele. Marlon Healey has deeded to the Manchester firefighters association a triangular piece of land adjoining the lot on which the new firehouse is let eing built on the Flat Road. Or. And mrs. Eugene list have sold land on the West Side of the West Road to miss Dorothy l. Grant of new York City and mrs. Suzanne b. Allen of Scarsdale The estate of mrs. Helen m. By a lev on River Road has let Een sold to or. And mrs Ronald Jeancon. William c. Wetherilljr. Has sold a House and lot on the f ast Manchester Road to or. And mrs. Ray Wilbur. The Wilburs former Home on the Richville Road was extensively damaged by lire a Lew weeks ago. Mrs. Ethel Wells mrs. Elizabeth Beckwith and mrs. Mary Winslow have sold a House and lot lie Hind the Home of mrs. Theresa Campbell on the West Side of . 7 in the Village to Elsie la. Bangs and Adalaide h. Beefier of Hartford Conn. Ellis and Alice Parker have sold the property known As Quot Bushel t so on main Street in the Village to or. And mrs. John a Mccarthy. Mrs Sarah Given has sold land on the West Side of Highland Avenue to mrs. Harriett Dobson of Winhall Donald and Florence Mylott have sold a House and lot on it. To to Frederick s. Malone and Malone has sold a House and lot it. 30 to Beckwith amp Witt inc. I Orsu it patience Brooks 36 2-2123 Bernard Johnson of i Ort Handel , i la., formerly of Manchester depot visited or. And i s. John Stannard of South Dorset last week. Let us estimate the Cost of installing a new heating Plant in your Home or business h. Greenberg amp son inc. 321 main St. Rennington it. Dial 2,6324 Antiques auction i a a til i in St it o i. .1 o la my of i Nina a Hen of a iban it with f jul \ . A ii Fri. A Home anti from the Churchill i a in in of now Lebanon. Saturday 4-10 . For convenience moved to my Home a preview 9 am route 22�?austerlitz, Sale Limiter tent a it Nard in of weather a lunch available a since prohibits but a partial listing a furniture provincial settee Anil c1 Cir int a a to tie i up Hoard excellent phyfe get i to Iahlo apr. V e ton an stools chairs incl. Shaker a i it ii to a it Are by ire lr.-. Hitch or is. Victorian Chick a ii cop win of Sheraton . Hair. Hight a Ira. Others rare is i. Am. Pipe Hove Mirror in. I. Gilt convex. Pie Kaaea 0 \ it r in ,. N t in Luce. It. Sex. Client Empire Secretary a vote lydian a i Iti ii i Ibler 4 old t orn11 Cut i Empire e tens Ion table a c opt a it h. I much other antique i mature plus repro. Corner aph. , Chippendale chairs , Etc. A cams and China dinner Servi. E Tor i service plates a Tea sets a Iron ton e. Royal Vienna Wedgewood a Ila Villand Bouillon Demi 1 Tram. Mrs hand a cited Sandwich Glass incl. Waffle an i Ami print decanter. I amps excellent Cut Glass and Crystal a Many other prs. A ? a itll5v a e x i sent Girandola sets bras s tin scatter and pc As relator Bronze Pewter Silver Quot in Ariot i be us quilts hooked and Oriental n the inc c at Hydra i Iron stove and More re i i a i Ine Sale dont miss it1 clip this notice As a reminder re i i t Herron auctions Austerlitz new York title search a officials of the state Highway dept search title to land along it. Khz Between heart Bellville and Readsboro scheduled for reconstruction this coming year. The Section served As a a crooked platform Quot for Readsboro representative mrs. Kenalene j. Collins who vowed when she first ran for office in 1963 to get some 22 Sharp curves in the five mile Section straightened. From left Are mrs. Collins Lawrence Bliss in charge of the title search former motor vehicle commissioner Robert c. Schwartz George Kellogg and Joseph of Leary All of Montpelier. It. Too reconstruction Date set Readsboro the five mile Section of it. Too Between Readsboro and Heartwellville got the Green Light thursday by vote of the state Highway dept and has been placed on the critical path for reconstruction next year at an estimated Cost of nearly s800.-000. Called a the worst Highway in the state by department officials the Section served As the a crooked platform for mrs Kenalene j. Collins. Readsboro town representative when site first ran for election to the House in 1963. She vowed to get the 22 curves in the Uve Nlle Section straightened. Scene of main accidents two during the past months Hen automobiles fail to negotiate a curve and plunge into the adjacent West Branch of the Deerfield River the Section has been moved up twice in the past two years on the critical list of highways for reconstruction. Highway dept right of Way agents Are now at the town office searching title along the Highway prior to a final hearing on the project before construction starts next year. Helping on title search is the departments newest Legal assistant. Former motor vehicle commissioner Rollert c. Schwartz of Montpelier. The indomitable a Hillside comes to Iii ii Are As season Dorset a the caravan theatre closes its a the season at the Dorset playhouse with the Madcap sophistication of Kaufman and Harts a the Man who came to playing sept. 2,3.4 and 3, it stands with a George Washington slept Here and a you can t take it with you As the famous teams was of showing America How to laugh at itself. Fred Carmichael is Sheridan Whiteside the Man who comes to the Stanley Home for dinner slips on some ice and stays to recuperate. This a critic lecturer wit and intimate Friend of the great and near great sets up Headquarters for his Many activities assisted by Phyllis Nierendorf As his Secretary Maggie Cutler. Before their eyes the Stanley a played by Mary Carter and David Siever a see their Home turn into a veritable three ring circus. Eliza Lieth Franz is featured As the glamorous Lorraine Sheldon in her return to Dorset after a season As leading lads at the Centennial theatre Lexington Tkv. Also included in the thundering Herd of visitors Are George Blanchard As Matine idol Beverly Carlton John Secor As Banjo a the irrepressible practical joker and Peter von Mayr Hauser As the cockroach collecting prof. Metz. Sydney Meachem and Reichert portray the doctor and nurse whom Whiteside tyrannies and terrorizes As they try to Speed his recovery. Add elated Harriet Stanley played by Patricia Carmichael flits Over and around the excitement while Warren Knowlton Faith Catlin Michael Brett and Sally Forbes As other members of the Stanley household Are impressed by the indomitable White Side and his entourage of celebrities. Adding to the riotous confusion Are Ronald l. Savoy As Newspaperman Bert Jefferson Donna Lee Wilson and Carney As neighbors Arthur Jones As Baker the prison guard David Mchenry As a radio Engineer and Hap Lawrence As a Young labor organizer. Steve Dunn stages a the Man who Carrie to currently program director for a Hartford Conn., radio station he also reviews productions of the Hartford stage company. Judith Page Murray designed the living room set and George Blanchard the lighting for a the Man who came to following the thursday evening performance cast and audience will meet informally on Hie theater Patio for the final Coffee hour of the 1965 season. Hoosick tails you per Haiti of Naii ital so Hoosick Falls .�? or. And mrs. Joseph a Barber of 40 High St. Celebrated their 25th w edding Anniv Ersary w Ith an open House at their Home sunday. Attending were More than 200 relatives and friends including their daughter. Barbara and three sons. Michael. Bertram and John. The couple were married aug. 27, 1940 in Greenwich by the Rev. William Cotter. Osa with mrs. Cornelia Mahar and Bertram f. Barber As attendants. Barber is Well known throughout the area As an equestrian. Now an artist by profession he began painting As a Hobby. Mrs. Bar tier has been a Grade school teacher in the Hoosick Falls Central school District for a number of years. A it a liar i i in White Creek A the children grandchildren and great grandchildren of mrs. Edith Gulley surprised her with a birthday party at her Home Here sunday afternoon. More than 45 attended the party at which mrs. Gulley was presented with a television set and a dozen red roses. Mrs. Edward Cross made the birthday cake. East Arlington Sii Lerland Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 or. And mrs. Roy Grout of East Arlington Are Home after a weeks camping at Papoose Pond in Maine with their son and family or. And mrs. Freeman Grout of Randolph. Or. And drs. Joseph Barber wed �5 years North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 or. And mrs. Norman Hauck have returned from a leisurely two week trip by car that took them to the St. Lawrence Seaway and through Maine and new Hampshire. Bill Hayes son of mrs. Betty Hayes of Sage Street flew from Kennedy Airport saturday night to Rome where he will be studying next year at the Center of humanistic studies conducted by Loyola University of Chicago. Bill is a 1963 graduate of chs and has completed two years at Providence College. As a part of the year abroad the Young men in the Rome Center will spend several weeks before the opening of the new term in a tour of european countries. Representing Nuhs at the annual conference for High school student Council leaders last week at St. Michael a College Winooski Park were two juniors Dail Riley and Robert Nowak. Or. And mrs. Warren Jones and children of Detroit mich., have been in town for a visit at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Myron Jones. Bennington Banner tuesday August 31, 1985-5 drawings of three centuries shown at Clark Art Institute mrs. Collins running for a third term is campaigning in seven town District 32 on a Promise to apply the same Effort to other critical highways in Southern Vermont if re elected. Clerk of highways a Bridges committee during the past two sessions she is promising to accelerate where possible Highway reconstruction on it. Too from Dover through Whitingham it. 9 Between Wilmington and Brattleboro and .7 through Bennington county. She also says she will work for a by pass through Wilmington to take care of the extra traffic loads on Southern Vermont highways. Williamstown mass. A fifty selected drawings of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries went on View sunday at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in the second of a series of presentation exhibitions. The series offers the second comprehensive showing of the several Hundred drawings acquired Over four decades by the late Robert Sterling Clark Confounder of the Clark Art Institute. In the exhibition which will continue into the fall Are the earliest drawings in the Clark collection dating from the Early 1500s. There Are 20 italian drawings 17 French seven dutch three German and three English. They Range in Date from a 1503 work by Durer including drawings by Rembrandt and Rubens executed during the 17th Century to 18th Century works by Watteau Fragonard and Boucher. Selection of drawings was made by or. Harold Joachim curator of prints and drawings at the Art Institute of Chicago. In announcing the new exhibition Peter Gull in director of the Clark Art Institute said a the drawings should be of great interest not Only for their Quality but because Many have not been exhibited for several decades and their whereabouts were known to Only a few persons since they were acquired by or. three highlights among the show s 17th Century drawings Are those by Peter Paul Rubens including the a Venus and cupid bought in 1919. Another is a Large Early red Chalk drawing Quot Hercules strangling the demean lion a subject done repeatedly by Rubens. The third is a Brush drawing with Brown and Black Ink or Oil depicting Thomas Howard Earl of Arundel a compositional study for the portrait now in the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum Boston. From the 39 drawings of the 18th Century in the Clark collections the new exhibition offers a selection of 19 by French and English artists. Highlights in this group include a Thomas Gainsborough work in Brown Chalk and Watercolour a Herdsman and cattle a landscape by Louis Moreau and three Quick and delicately drawn colourful Chalk studies of women by Antoine Watteau. Special exhibitions continuing at the Clark include ones of Continental porcelain old Silver dining accessories and the Quot curator s choices show of 36 etchings lithographs woodcuts and monotypes. The Clark Art Institute always free to the Public is open tuesdays through sundays from to . To 5 . It is closed mondays including labor Day but remains open for All holidays not falling on mondays. Woman in Black a this drawing in Black and red Chalk done by Antoine Watteau 1684-1721 is among 50 selected drawings in an exhibit that opened sunday at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown. The works Span three centuries the earliest dating from about 1500. The Mountain towns Carlo Wolter to 4-3993 a caucus of the Republican party will be held sept. 13 at 8 ., at the Grange Hall in Wilmington for the election of a town committee for a term of two years. Richard Day son of or. And mrs. Rudolph Day of Searsburg writes from fort Dix that he is fortunate to be in the company of four buddies from Bennington. Danny Gates Richard Pierce Jay Stratton Gary Mattison and Day graduated simultaneously from Bennington High. Now they help each other Over the bumps of their new Way of life. Day would like to hear from some of his Home friends. His address is pvt. Richard Day Ng-2287-30-80 company 5 a 2d but brigade fort Dix . 08640. Or. And mrs. Parker Wheeler and son Chip of Wayland mass., met with their friends or. And mrs. Norman Olsen and children of new City pa., at the Home of Olsen a parents or. And mrs. Anders Olsen. They arrived wednesday night and left for Home sunday. Troubleshooters for the new England Telephone company were kept Busy the greater part of saturday tracing an interruption of Telephone service in Searsburg. Service was disrupted Sev eral times during the Day but thanks to the promptness of the Telephone company was restored fully by afternoon. I lie Pownal Vera Langlais 823-7716 five members of the Pownal Center fire department and Rescue squad attended a 10-hour seminar saturday at Norwich University for advanced fire training. Specializing in various Fields were Robert Thomps it a first Aid and Rescue Bert Trudeau fire pumps Dave Walsh sr., arson George Rogers and Charles Betit scuba diving. While the Pownal ambulance was being used at Norwich for training purposes the local area was covered by the Bennington Rescue squad. Miss Sally Dodge daughter of or. And mrs. or. Of Quarry Hill farm will enter Wells College Aurora ., As a freshman. She is a graduate of the american school in Lugano Montagnola Switzerland. She is scheduled to arrive in Aurora sept. 8 for an orientation program before the colleges official opening sept. 12. It May not be much but to Many its Home. Our Little House on wheels is called a Volkswagen Camp Mottle. Its for knocking around in the Brush or for playing House away from your House. The vow Camp Mottle comes with All the simple comforts of Home. You get an icebox bed mattress. Wafer tank hand clothes closet dining table seats windows and curtains. Or you can sink a Little Money into it a f make some Home improvements. You can add a stove. Land be perfectly at Home on the Range i on the inside you can bed Down two 6-footers and a couple of kids. And if you re having weekend guests we have a 4x8 tent for the Fop that sleeps two More 6-footers. You con own a vow Camp Mottle for thousands of dollars less than the House you re living in now. And the House you re living in now does no to even have wheels. A Chauk Monument motors inc. Hunt Street Bennington Vermont ;