Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Dec 13 1963, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 13, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Chs teacher visits schools in Pittsburg by Ann Savela chs Saber sister Mary Elizabeth ssh chs religion teacher and guidance Counselor recently participated in a Ford foundation trip to Pittsburg a. She viewed teaching methods of various classes Large and Small fast medium and slow. Sister saw the newest visual aids in use such As the television overhead projector and flannel boards. A flannel Board looks like a Small bulletin Board and is covered by a piece of flannel. The teacher can put anything on the piece of flannel and it will stay one of the most important things sister witnessed was the new team teaching setup already used in some schools. Team teaching consists of All the teachers of a certain subject meeting to discuss the material at hand and the Best methods of teaching it. The most outstanding teacher is chosen to instruct All of the students in that particular subject. Then the other teachers take various groups to answer questions and the like. Sister Elizabeth thinks that team teaching is a Fine method and that if enough teachers adopted it it would Lead to better organization and cooperation among educators. Sister thinks that this new setup would improve teaching greatly stimulate the teachers to do a Good Job and improve the relations Between teachers and students. Coin ration new York up a the shortage of coins is worsening As the big Christmas shopping season nears. Federal Reserve Banks say they Are rationing distribution to other Banks of All coins except 50 cent pieces. Chubby checker will marry former miss world Philadelphia apr Chubby checker the negro Rock n Roll Singer who gained International Fame for the twist announced his engagement to Day to 21-year-old Catharine Lodders who is White and a former miss world from Holland. Announcement of the impending marriage was made at the 12-room Home of checker s parents Raymond and Hartie Evans at a news conference arranged by Check s agent. Speaking in faltering English miss world of 1962, disclosed she and checker 22, a former South Philadelphia Chicken Plucker first met in Philadelphia last Jan. 29. At that time she and six other beauties were in a show in which checker was the Star. No Date was announced for the wedding. Young gang a rocks Bennington Banner Friday december 13, 1963�?5 wr5 to make a Long Story Short Greene a Mobil weather Matic Oil service is Quick and efficient Call Greene s Oil service today and inquire about the Mobil weather Matic Oil service they offer its the ultimate in Oil heating. Robert Greene roaring Branch trimmed to size Burgess Bros equipment has been at work for the last week or so shaping the Channel of the roaring Branch River Between u. S. 7 and Park Street Extension. Removal of Trees growing in the Stream bed in some areas is also part of the flood prevention project authorized by Bennington selectmen and being carried out under the supervision of Engineer Burton l. Winslow. Staff photo Hagerman i sober quilts May be Home for christinas Bennington 912 county St. Dial 442-2705 Aberdeen . Apr the Fischer quintuplets three months old next saturday probably will All be Home for Christmas. Arrangements Are being made for two of the four girls to go Home saturday noon. James Andrew the Only boy went Home nov. 30. The other girls should go Home soon too. James Andrew went Home when he weighed to pounds 5 ounces. He has been described by the family As a a very Good Fischer has said there have been no problems at the Fischer Home cars they stole Atlanta apr police have rounded up a gang of 21 youngsters Only one of whom said he could drive in connection with the theft of at least 50 automobiles. Detectives reported thursday that 18 of the cars have been recovered but All were wrecked. A 14-year-old who boasted he could drive officers said caused a three car wreck wednesday night and fled the scene. Others of the group worked in teams of three with one operating the Gas pedal another the gearshift and a third steering. Cold Deer Lassord Pueblo Colo. Apr Winter sent a Deer scurrying through a residential area thursday. Subzero cold froze the water in a Moat surrounding the City Deer Park. The Deer bounded across it and into a Busy Street. A police officer Lassord the Critter. Festival of lights rite tonight at Temple Beth Al the festival of lights service will be conducted tonight at 9 by rabbi Leopold Kagan with the assistance of the sisterhood of Temple Beth Al. Mrs. Jerald Greenberg president of the sisterhood will open the service with a prayer and the following members will take part mrs. De Levin mrs. Harold Kramer mrs. Charles Flen Berg mrs. Charles Shapiro mrs. Benjamin Sorkin and mrs. Harry Fink. Mrs. Ulenberg and mrs. Fink will present a dramatic Reading of the significance of Light. Hanukah is a Home Holiday when families in All jewish Homes Light special candles. The Holiday will be observed for eight Days beginning at Sunset last tuesday night and continuing until dec. 18. The period commemorates the Victory of the Macca Bies in 365 . A social hour will be held after the service in the vestry. Hostesses will be mrs. Saul Miller and mrs. Norman Alper. City a bridal gift Springfield mass. Up a this City gladly passes on a promotional a bridal Pax Quot to each couple which crosses the City Hall threshold for a marriage License. City clerk William Sullivan reports receiving a note from one couple thanking Springfield for the thoughtful gift of soap soup detergent cleaner shampoo deodorant mouthwash. And headache remedy. The note concluded a that was the Best wedding gift we since the boy left St. Luke a Hospital. The Fischer have five older children so if the girls make it Home by Christmas it should be a Lively Holiday. Or. And mrs. Fischer recently picked out $100 in toys donated by a Chain store. The four girls still in the Hospital Nursery Are growing. Latest Hospital reports list Mary Annas weight at 6 pounds 13 ounces Mary Magdalene 8-5 Mary Catherine 7-13 and Mary Margaret 8-1. All Are reported doing Fine. A Efin Mie m my me be i a Auto exp automatic Telephone list finders with built in memo pad and area code directory. A necessity for Home and office. In Telephone colors of Brown Black Ivory beige Grey Green. 9a�?slarffiie�?extra Large sic. Heavy base. Gold or Silver trim. Fop up Pencil. 8 95 9b�? i Dan crisply styled in extra Large Sie. Gold or Silver trim pop up Pencil. Also in White Turquoise. 6.95 9c�?galaxie�? with pop up Pencil. 2.95 9d�?v Vanguard for phone numbers in a Flash 5.95 Bennington bookshop inc. 416 main Street Bennington it. Free parking in rear of store 317 main Street better to. 442-9395 Bennington Vermont

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