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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 10, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 10�?Bennington Banner Friday december to 1965 Moi Loys pass North Bennington trustees at h Hoosick Falls Washington bar exams deplore Village vandalism North Bennington a although the Village has so far escaped any great accumulation of the White stuff of Winter North Bennington trustees have issued a reminder that a local ordinance Arlington a a graduate of Arlington memorial High school and his wife have been admitted to the bar in Washington after passing the District of Columbia bar association examination. They Are or. And mrs. John Paul Molloy of West Hyattsville md., who also received their Bachelor of Law degrees from / i it ii the Catholic University of Amer map pal do or till duis Lea school of Law together ticket sales for a a Streetcar last june 6. Mrs. Molloy is the former Jane b. Wells daughter of or. And mrs. Robert o. Wells of 91 Marion ave., North Adams mass. She was a member of the class of 1957 at Drury High school and had a tuition scholarship at Catholic University. Molloy is the son of or. And mrs. John p. Molloy of Arlington. They were married in january. 1960, while both were students at the University of Vermont and received their Bachelor of arts degrees therein 1961. They have two children. Mrs. Molloy is employed with the Washington corporate Law firm of Feldman and Warner. Her husband is with the civil service commission. Dorset Marchen Skinner 867-4490 or. And mrs. Osborne Halsted returned monday from Cincinnati Ohio where they had driven to attend a marriage of a son of one of their Long time friends in Plainfield . Their junket of almost a week via Buffalo . Included a first viewing at Niagara Falls for Halsted which they both declared a was really or. And mrs. Ray Foote left thursday to spend the holidays in Missoula Mon. With their son Geoffrey and his family. They plan to return before new year s. Miss Melanie Sheldon daughter of or. And mrs. Rex Sheldon left wednesday for Stowe where she will work for her aunt a photographer before going to Edson Hill inn near of. Mansfield where she will be employed this Winter. Fat to meet the Dorset Pat meeting monday at 7 30 . At the Dorset elementary school will offer a combination of attractions both entertaining and instructive. The program should Appeal not Only to parents but to the rest of the Community which is invited. In True Christmas spirit a mixed chorus under the direction of miss Linda Langworthy music instructor will present a selection of songs to be followed with a talk by mrs. John Mccullough a member of it. Anthony Union High school Board in Bennington. Mrs. Mccullough will speak on the importance of Art in the elementary school curriculum. It is not by Accident that the program committee has invited mrs. Mccullough since a Short business meeting will be concerned with voting whether to underwrite the services of a Bennington College student who during her nine week non resident term would teach Art and physical education at the Dorset school. Mrs. Diaries Smith a member of the committee said such a student was available this Winter. A such a project was undertaken in Peru last year and was a smashing Success a she added. Williamstown mass. A the Box office of Adams memorial theatre has announced that tickets for the january performances of Tennessee Williams a a Streetcar named desire Are now on Sale. Admission to the show is free for Williams students and $1.50 for the general Public. Reservations May be obtained at the amt Box office or by phoning 458-3023 weekdays Between 9 30 . And 5 . Special group rates Are available upon request. Streetcar named desire had its premiere performance in new York City dec. 3, 1947, and received unanimous critical Praise from new York newspapers. In recent years it has been acknowledged As one of the genuine masterpieces of Modem american drama. The original cast featured Jessica Tandy and Marlon Brando in the leading roles of Blanche Dubois and Stanley Kowalski. The production was directed by Ella Kazan Williams 30. Subsequently Kazan directed the film version of the play starring Vivien Leigh and Marlon Brando. The amt production of a a Streetcar will be directed by John Vonszeliski. Scenery will be designed by Jack Watson with costumes by Rita Bottomley. Performances Are scheduled for Jan. 13, 14 and 15. Yankee Dat Allers plan Kris i in As. Al e Brail on Arlington a the Yankee doodles drum and Bugle corps will hold its annual Christmas party tuesday at the Community House. A Buffet supper will be served at 6 30, followed by movies and other entertainment. A visit from Santa Claus has been promised. Each member is asked to bring a gift to Exchange. Forbids All night parking of automobiles on the Village streets from dec. I to april i. If and when the streets do require blowing they Point out that parked autos on the streets in the wee hours Are troublesome and slow Down the removal of Snow. Village trustees also report that a rash of Light bulb destruction has broken out in the Village. They find that bulbs in Street lights and a number of lights being used on Mechanic Street where the new Village garage is in process of construction have been broken by shots from by guns and from rocks thrown for the purpose. Trustees said today that they will not tolerate this Wanton destruction of Village property. They note that shooting of any sort of gun including the by variety within the Village limits is forbidden. They believe the vandalism to be the work of careless youngsters and said they plan to take Steps to apprehend. They have asked that parents take the responsibility of seeing to it that their children Are not involved in the wrong doing. Troy Bank awarded Bond Sale for Central school addition Hoosick Falls . A the Marine Midland mfg. Bank of Troy formerly known As lie manufacturers Bank of Troy has been awarded the Bond sales for the addition to the Hoosick Falls Central school with their bid of 3.5 per cent interest on a Premium of $612,145.20. Other bidders were National com Mer Leal Bank amp Trust company with 3.5 per cent interest on $611,070 banker s Trust company with 3.5 per cent on $610,244 and George g. Gibbons of new York City with 3.6 per cent on $612,807. The Board of education at its meeting tuesday approved payment to Corina construction company for $13,860 and Hanson plumbing for $3,672, for work already completed. The Board discussed the possibility of a ski program whereby the school would furnish free bus transportation to and from a nearby ski resorts for interested students who will pay for their own admission instruction and ski rentals of needed. The matter was tabled pending further investigation by supt. Leonard who was asked to get More information As to the number of students actually interested to help determine the number of buses needed. After a discussion of Long trip school bus transporting during the Winter months which resulted from a report on an invitation for the wrestling team to go to Springfield mass., Leonard was asked to set up a policy As a safety measure for travelling during the Winter months. The policy deemed Wise by Board members concerned with increased danger of Winter travelling would limit the number of Miles for trips during specified Winter months possibly nov. 15 to april 15. Another subject under consideration by the Board is permanent storage for buses now stored under temporary arrangements. It was decided to make a request for construction of additional space in present rental quarters. Also being considered is next years salary schedule for teachers. Supt. Leonard explained the minimum salary schedule and new state Laws passed and commented on their relationship financially with next years school budget. Leonard has already met twice with a salary bargaining committee of the local teachers association exploring possibilities for arranging the new schedule. Approval was Given for mrs. Christine Spence school dental hygienist and miss Barbara Porter of the girls athletic faculty to attend the new York state association of health physical education and recreation in Rochester Jan. 21-23. Arlington chorale has proved its Worth West Arlington a when an organization runs successfully for to years it has proven its Worth that Many years ago four couples the Walter Finney the Robert Macksey the Arthur Moodys and the Richard Pelsue All of Arlington discussed Many times How much fun it would be to Start a choral group to sing for pure pleasure and entertainment. They muttered and schemed about this for a Long time and finally set about organizing it. They retained Theodore Cook of Manchester a capable and Well liked musician to direct the North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer a 442-4519 local basketball fans won t want to miss the games tonight in the school gym when the Nuhs faculty will play the schools Jav squad and in a second game the varsity team is being challenged by a team of school alumni. The first game starts at 6 30. Saturday afternoon is a time to get an Advance touch of the Christmas spirit in the social rooms of the congregational Church. The women a Fellowship of the Church is sponsoring a Holiday food Sale and Tea from 2 to 5 . The Community is invited. Walloomsac Bertha Hoag 486-7212 or. And mrs. J. Henry Wheeler and son Morris accompanied by or. And mrs. John Frier and son Larry of Hoosick Falls attended the wedding of their Niece miss Barbara Jean Frier to or. Henry Heldie on Long Island saturday. Miss Frier is the daughter of mrs. . Frier and the late Rev. . Frier formerly of Hoosick Falls. Word has been received of the Friendly i at he dog Selma Calif. Up a restaurant owner Ray Aspesi told sheriffs deputies he was Rob bed of $228 Early monday by a gunman who came to his trailer House and forced him to open a Strong Box. Aspesi said his watchdog approached the robber and stood by contentedly while the gunman petted him As the robbery progressed. W in bal 1-Bond Ville John o. Slade 824-6619 or. And mrs. Walter Crowninshield of Brocton mass. Spent the weekend at their place Here. The regular quarterly meeting of the Winhall memorial Library Board will be held tonight at 8 at the Home of or. And mrs. Caroli Ford. Miss Sandra Coleman visited her sister Sheila for the weekend at the University of Vermont. Miss Nancy Ameden accompanied by her classmate miss Barbara Lowe of Wardsboro went to new York City where As Little As $1.00 will Lay away your new watch Foh Christmas choose from they spent last weekend. Or. And mrs. Jackie Connolly moved their Mobile Home to the Boondocks motor court in raw Sonville last week. Harold Roberts of Huntington ., is visiting his Mother mrs. Lola Roberts Here. Pater Sala is employed at lifeline Lodge on Stratton Mountain. The Home economics committee of Mountain Home Grange under chairmanship of miss Harriet Coleman is featuring games every saturday night in a project to raise funds to carry out proposed plans of the committee and Grange. The annual Grange Christmas party will be held dec. 20. Everyone is requested to bring a gift. Death of miss Bee Mcdonald at 15109 Vose St., Van Guys Calif. Miss Mcdonald was a graduate of Hoosick Falls High school and a member of the first Baptist Church. A former Telephone operator in Yonkers ., she was employed As an operator in Van Guys at the time of her death. St. Mary a auxiliary and helpers Are proud of the Success of its 1965 Bazaar held dec. 4 in the Parish Hall. Already plans Are being made for the 1966 Bazaar. The groups Christmas party is to be held at Sharkey s hotel dec. 16 at 7 . A roast beef dinner will be served. Gregory Luke son of or. And mrs. P ton Luke is still a patient at Putnam memorial Hospital. A son was born at Putnam memorial Hospital dec. 8 to or. And mrs. Robert Morrison. They have another boy Carl 5 years old. Mrs. Morrison is the former Joan Marker of West Hills. Miss Margaret Hoag a Ray technician at Mary Mcclellan Hospital Cambridge enjoyed the weekend with her parents or. And mrs. James Hoag. Mrs. Leo Moore or. Of Hedges Lake formerly of Walloomsac who has been visiting mrs. Arthur Loman at Ann Arbor Mich for the last month fell and fractured her hip the Day before she was to return Home. Mrs. To Man and mrs. Moore were neighbors in Walloomsac. Mrs. Moore is now a patient at St. Joseph s Hospital Ann Arbor Mich where mall for her would be appreciated. The Northern livestock 4-h club will hold its Christmas party tuesday at 7 30 . At the Home of John Calhoun the Leader Abbot Street Hoosick Falls. Lookout planned on sunday afternoon the venerable gentleman in the red suit has promised to appear magically at the firehouse when the fire department auxiliary will sponsor a Christmas party for All children of firemen and auxiliary. The affair will Start at 2 ., and there will be refreshments and presents distributed by Santa. A member of the fire department is planning to Post himself atop the old firehouse v Here Sarita Claus has been coming to these parties in past years. Like some voters who absentmindedly tried to cast their ballots at the old fire station Santa Claus May have to be reminded that the fire department activities and most Village affairs now take place across the Street in the new building party time among the Christmas parties that were is the dinner held earlier this week at the rain barrel and attended by 30 members of the Baptist women a Fellowship. Following a dinner served by restaurant proprietor Alain Midiere a Short business meeting was conducted by the Fellowship president mrs. Carl Joli Vette. A devotional service by candlelight was led by mrs. Alfred Scott and mrs. Waltrude Pierce and the evening closed with an Exchange of Small gifts. And members of the distaff Side of the first National Bank staff managed to find their Way a not without some difficulty a to the Heartwellville Lodge wednesday evening for a dinner and evening of relaxation away from the world of debits and credits and machines and Money. _ chorus. The Finney opened their studio for weekly practice. Invitations were sent out and approximately 40 members joined. Through the years some members left others took their place and the number remained pretty Static. Many of the charter members still belong and enjoy it As much As Ever. Accompanists have changed too mrs. Edward Powers of Brookline mass., formerly of Sandgate was one of the first. Mrs. Eugene Pelham has held the Post for several years. Nyoka Grout Little and Stephen Kenney have been assistants. The Arlington chorale now practices at West Arlington Grange Hall tuesday evenings. It continues to Welcome new members. Sunday evening at 7 30 at memorial High school the chorus will present the round table Christmas concert it gives annually with the High school chorus which Cook also directs. Records Are being made available of some of the groups featured work. Arlington Helene Thompson 375-2325 new juvenile books added to the Martha Canfield Library include a a Jenny a adopted Brothers a a a Jenny a bedside Book a a a Jenny a birthday Book a Averill a the True Book of dinosaurs a Clark a Hannibal a Johnston a tales of Don Quixote a Palazzo a the mouse and the motorcycle a Cleary a the Alligator Case a Dubois and a Dinny Gordon senior a Emery. Also a Susan and Jane learn How to ride a self a the big sea a Armstrong a the secret of the simple code a Faulkner a the twelfth night san tons a Garth Waite a Emo Sekins Christmas eve a Miller a mystery enters the Hospital a turn Gren and a dinosaurs a Block. Also a Andrew Jackson a Coit a Kate Douglas Wiggin a Mason a i had trouble in getting to Solla sol Lew a or. Seuss a whet berths space trip a Wilson a the Green Mountain to makers a Wilson and a James Fenimore Cooper a Winders. Weekend special grilled liver amp Baron $1.95 veal Gullet with Spaghetti $2.25 Complete dinners Vermont restaurant Horth Street Bennington. It. This year give a Motorola 8 i i 3ul0va Benrus Croton Fienberg 447 main St. Bennington it. In in of so Mai my pm of country War Antiques gins imports Koval Copenhagen porcelains Blue Chelsea Bone China Bing amp Grondahl porcelains Royal Chown Derby Bone China Sweden Kosta Crystal m Olle f Ai e n c e open monday thru saturday 9 30 . Till 5 .0 . Scott amp Bratton cold Spring Road Williamstown mass. On Koutela 2 and 7 a a ii i i la Ala a stereo one portable two 5�?� speakers angled in Robnet for wide Angle sound dispersion. A swing Down Quot automatic record changer. Dual Sapphire Styli. Tone. $69.95 Model pp200h radio 5fj7 stereo Babcock electric Morgan St n i dial 2 1248 1961 Buick Lesa re 4 door automatic transmission Powar steering other extras. 1963 Mercury custom 2 door Hardtop Power steering Power brakes air conditioned. See this car for sound enjoyable transportation. $1995 1962 Pontiac Bonneville convertible Power steering Power brakes other extras. See this popular Model no $1785 1960 Ford thunderbird White with red Interior in excellent condition. See this sporty unit. $1095 Choice of makes and models 1958 up. See us for selected values. Tuott Tao Amitio k Knox gift certificate i i 8 i i 8 gloves i i i i i i i i i i i i i i lined unlined leather Palm knits scarfs w00l-ray0ns cardigans for warmth and Good cheer select his today at the \ Adams clothes shop j i Quot shoes Quot i Wool Worth a Deoca two i i 4 Speed changer it amplifier with 3 tubes including rectifier it 2 speaker system your Money 5 Worth mom at use our Lay Way Pian 4 wonderful ways to enjoy this handsome Norfolk i Model. Consoletti table top portable legs detach room divider or Hung on a Wall. All hardware and instructions for hanging included available mahogany or Walnut finish. 28x28x9&Quot. Woolworth

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