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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 27, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Beni Catamount engaged essay winners by Diane Leblanc winners of the second George Mason essay contest were announced thursday morning at Beni a a Christmas Assembly by Richard Caswell of the history department. Carol Watkin daughter of or. And mrs. Keith Watkin of the West Road was named this year s Winner. Joan Monica daughter of atty and mrs. John Mollica of Walloomsac Road and Laurie Doxsee daughter of or. And mrs. Arthur Doxsee of Putnam Street were second and third place winners respectively. George Mason a Delegate from Virginia to the constitutional convention in 1787, refused to sign the Constitution because it had no Bill of rights. It is mainly through his efforts that we now have the first to amendments to the Constitution. Mrs. L. Alden Graves of Bennington a trustee of Gunston Hall George masons Home in Virginia offered Cash prizes for the Best essays written by juniors in the american history classes. Contestants could choose either some phase of George masons life or Gunston Hall itself for their essay topics. A cat Chat by Carol Watkin All school spirited students at Beni Are now Reading the second Issue of a cat Chat a Bennington High schools Pep paper which was issued last wednesday by the student Council. A cat Chat not Only features sports stories but also contains articles about the Many upcoming events at Beni. A usual feature of a cat Chat is a profile of a teacher and two student personalities from the senior class. One important feature of cat Chat is an editorial concerning problems within the student body. In the second Issue of a cat Chat a the editorial encourages More students to take an interest in what a happening at their school and to attend More of the Pep rallies and basketball games. Actually this is the whole object of publishing a cat Chat to build up spirit and Pride among the students at Beni. Many amusing features also appear in a cat a a a peanuts comic strip a a dear Hilda Section and a hilarious gossip column a a the cat squeals keeps the students laughing. Many readers Are now using their spare time to figure out the crossword Puzzle which features coming events and senior personalities. A poem concerning initiation and an article about the plays presented by Beni a a drama class appeared in the literary Section of a cat More literature and possibly a Short Story will be used in the next Issue of a cat Donald Ziter Beni mathematics teacher and coach initiated the a cat he and other publishers of a cat Chat deserve the congratulations of the whole school for such a Fine Effort. What a cooking by sve Hall this weeks a a what a cooking is a bit Short because last week was a Short week. Home projects Are being completed in the Home economics laboratories this week As Well during the past few weeks. These projects May be a garment or some other form of hand work. Actually their projects in sewing can be anything and everything from knitting Maiden form s it dream Aire lace fiber fill in in i i age r Iasi rafts Brief Bare Lovely Nylon lace cups and Back. Whisper thin fiber fill delicately lines the Low Cut cups for softness and shaping. Dainty lingerie straps have elastic inserts in Back for stretching ease. On Sale i v save $1 Drysdale free parking in rear of store. Making a Blanket or even a Blouse. For a project in cooking it May be making a cake preparing a meal or helping in any other Way at Home. Walk Down around the cooking department some Day during the third period. It s the time for the boys Home economics class and Ever time a female comes near the premises they Start to complain maybe mrs. Wager should lock the door. Ifs Only a suggestion but the boys would agree. Some of the teachers who use the cooking Laboratory during the noon hour sometimes get a taste of a specially of mrs. Wagers. One Day last week Judy Boise from the Home economics ii class made pumpkin bread. Not one of the girls had heard of it before. But mrs. Wager thought it would be better to make the pumpkin bread because she had forgotten the bananas for making banana bread and Judy was desperate As you All know when we come Back to Good old Beni after vacation it will be the end of the first half of the school year. For the Home economics department that Means a this Means that the girls who Are now with mrs. Wager will have mrs. Goyette for a teacher the rest of the school year. The same change awaits mrs. Goyette a girls. The Only exception is the boys cooking class. The Home economics department wishes you All a Happy vacation. Remember there Are mid year exams a week after you All come Back. So study hard during the vacation Home for Christmas by Davi Peterson a a there a no place like Home for the holidays a this is the tune Beni graduates might be singing during the Christmas season. It seams everyone a Home several �?T65 graduates of Beni Are attending the University of Vermont and made their Way Home for the yuletide season. Coming Home to Bennington were Doug Watkin son of or. And mrs. Keith Watkin Linda Sibley daughter of or. And mrs. Tarrant Sibley Joanne Vallee daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph Vallee Gall Winn daughter of or. And mrs. Fred Winn Paul Woodard son of or. And mrs. Paul Woodard or. And Bob Walker son of mrs. W. Philip Walker All of whom Are freshman at Ulm. Bill Garrison son of or and mrs. Gordon Garrison a �?T64 graduate of Beni and a Sopho Mont at Ulm is spending Christmas at Home this year. Bill recently won the Cadet of the month award in the Roth program. Ann Marie Goyette daughter of or. And mrs. Willard Goyette also a �?T64 graduate of Beni and a Sophomore at Ulm is Home for the holidays. Joe Paresky son of mrs. Paul Paresky Gail Horst daughter of or. And mrs. George Horst of West Road and Stuart Eldred son of or. And mrs. Leon Eldred All �?T63 graduates of Beni and juniors at Ulm Are spending Christmas at their Homes in Bennington also. Castleton state College students graduates from Beni started their vacations wednesday dec. 15. Home on vacation Are Sharon Becker daughter of or. And mrs. Rolland Becker and Trisha Powsner daughter of or. And mrs. Michael Powsner Trish is a �?T64 graduate of Beni and a Sophomore at Castleton. Glenn Gershaneck son of or. And mrs. Harold Gershaneck Richard Bird son of mrs. Mary Nash both freshmen at Castleton and �?T65 graduates of Beni Are also Home for the holidays. Two �?T65 graduates of Beni Are now attending Missouri state College Are Home in Shaftsbury for the holidays. They Are Bob Baldwin son of or. And mrs. Harold Baldwin and Dave Ordway son of or. And mrs. Albert Ordway. Spending their Christmas vacations in Bennington. Joan and Anne Are freshmen and�?T65 graduates. Three �?T63 Beni graduates Are not As Lucky As some. Sammy Cameron son of mrs. Florence Cameron Chris Williams son of mrs. Claire Williams and Steven Hansen son of or. And mrs. Henry Hansen Are All spending their christmases in Viet Nam where they Are stationed with various branches of the military service. We re thinking of you boys so far away from Home. Its impossible to mention All the graduates from the hallowed Halls of Beni so if we be missed any of you please forgive us. Sincere wishes from the Beni Catamount staff May All of you have a very merry Christmas and the Best of new years dances galore by Jeanne Waite Cowboy and Pioneer dances such As hulls Victory Portland fancy Fineman a dance Washington Quick step Cincinnati hornpipe Golden slippers and progression jazz dances were taught in All girls physical education classes last week. The first group of dances Date from approximately 1750 to 1850, including the revolutionary War and Gold Rush periods and symbolizing just about every event in Early America. They Are extremely vigorous dances which prove again that our ancestors were extremely vigorous energetic people it seems that this generation is becoming a trifle weak. We just can to seem to keep up with our a Pioneer progression jazz dances Are being demonstrated and taught by willing students who want to share their Talent. Diane Leblanc and Diane Hanson Are teaching a Jazzy number to the rhythm of a Harlem Dale Purdy Amy Gillins and Susan Gilmore Are also teaching Jazzy routines in their classes. Just to change the Tempo a Little Andrea Kapetan taught her gym classes a popular greek dance which she Learned while vacationing in Greece last summer. This week the boys and girls gym classes Are being combined and Are learning traditional Square dances. Next year Chi return from vacation we will be playing basketball followed by tumbling. Math award by Kenny Kramer Judith Eurbin a 6th period algebra class has adopted the idea of a student of the the idea originated in the 3rd period math class. The first Winner Paula Dowd was chosen for the same reasons friendliness Courtesy honesty Industry helpfulness studious Ness and dependability. Paula is the daughter of or. And mrs. Paul e. Dowd of 3 Bradford place. Besides studying algebra she is taking Earth science Western civilization English French and gym. There is no eighth Grade Winner this week. Both classes we Hope will have winners after the Christmas vacation. Norwich sophomores and 1964 graduates of Beni who Are spending the holidays in Bennington Are Stephen Peterson son of or. And mrs. Edwin Peterson Charles Wood son of or. And mrs. Charles Wood and Scott Davis son of or. And mrs. James Davis. Penny Bergquist daughter of or. And mrs. Roy Bergquist is a freshman at Grinnell College Grinnell Iowa. Penny was a �?T65 graduate of Beni and is Home for the Christmas season. Samaritan Hospital is the school of nursing in Troy for during two Beni graduates. Joan Sibley daughter of or. And mrs. Edward Sibley and Anne Fairman daughter of mrs. Ina Fairman Are Holiday work by Leslie Winn Marianne Reeves english1 teacher at Beni seems to be focusing at present on literature for most of her classes. Her ninth Grade classes Are currently Reading a great expectations a a novel by Charles Dickens. In relation to the novel her students Are doing a project Over the Christmas vacation to help them to see More clearly the time and setting of the novel. Some suggestions were made As to what the project could be including Salt and flour maps models of characters or some other original plan to achieve the same objectives. An outline stating the materials needed the directions used and the expected results have been collected by mrs. Reeves. The students have a great expectations for their projects. Androk Linda Anne Beninati Beninati Eldred Hoosick Falls or. And mrs. Dominck Beninati of Hoosick Falls have announced the engagement of their daughter Linda Anne to John Albert Eldred of Potter Hill son of or. And mrs. Kenneth Eldred. Miss Beninati is a graduate of St. Mary s Academy Hoosick Falls and now is attending Albany business College. Her Fiance is a Hoosick Falls Central school graduate is now in the army stationed at fort Hood Texas. No Date has been set for the wedding. Guess who Washington up a the Odds will be heavily in your favor if you bet somebody he cannot name the persons whose pictures appear on Bills of $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000 de nominations. Answer Grover Cleveland James Madison and Woodrow Wilson. Married Allen Harris Suffern . A announcement has been made of the marriage on dec. La of mrs. Tommie Harris of Chapel Hill n.c., and f. Ellwood Allen of Dorell farm Bennington. The ceremony was performed at the Home of or. And mrs. John i. Kennedy of Suffern. Mrs. Kennedy is or. Allens daughter Barbara. The Bride is assistant administrator for the graduate dental school at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. Or. Allen president of Allen organization in Bennington is one of the country a leading landscape architects and Park planners and has Long been connected with outdoor recreation facility design. The couple spent to Days in new York City. Mrs. Allen will come to Bennington permanently in april after she completes her duties in Chapel Hill. Allen Warner Rutland a miss Joan f. Warner daughter of or. And mrs. Harold c. Warner of Bennington and Thomas f. Allen son of or. And mrs. Raymond Allen of Middlebury were married dec. 18 at 2 . By Justice of the peace John w. Barrett at his Home at 36 Hazel St. They were attended by the brides parents. After the Cere Money a reception at the Home of or. And mrs. Sidney Tricell 119 Baxter St., was attended by relatives and friends from Middlebury and Bennington. The bridegroom is employed by Swift amp co. Of Rutland. The couple will live in Clarendon. Bennington Banner monday december 27, 1965-3 15th White House wedding will Star Luci Baines Austin Tex. Up a Luci Baines Johnson the presidents daughter May be the Star attraction in the fifteenth White House wedding a spokesman indicated monday. A she will be married while she lives in the White House a said the first lady a press Secretary mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter a and in a sure it will be a Good newly engaged Luci 18, and her Fiance Patrick j. Nugent 22, headed Back to the lbs ranch after spending part of the Christmas weekend with his parents in Waukegan 111. An air Force Basic trainee Nugent had to be Back at Lackland air Force base at san Antonio Tex., today. Nugent is a roman Catholic and Luci is a convert to that Faith. They would have to get special dispensation from archbishop Patrick 0boyle of the Washington diocese to have their ceremony in the late summer take place in the White House instead of a Church. Romance was bursting out All free haircut Ventura Calif. Up a Richard Tracy serving a 50-Day sentence for a traffic violation has petitioned Superior court for a wig claiming a jail Barber Cut his hair Short. Tracy maintained in mondays petition that the haircut was deliberate and in retaliation for his writing a series of Hareas Corpus petitions from the Ventura county jail. Over the Johnson ranch. Lynda Bird Johnson 21, the presidents older daughter planned to Fly to Evanston Wyo., today to spend some of her Holiday a through thursday a with her boy Friend Brent Eastman 25, a medical student she met last summer at Jackson Hole Wyo. Eastman is a senior and president of the student body at the University of californians medical school at san Francisco. There have been 14 weddings in the White House the last in 1942, when president Roosevelt s aide Harry Hopkins married Louise Gill Macy. Preparing children for tooth removal Berkeley Calif. Up a a member of the Harvard medical school faculty said today that withholding information from children who Are about to have a tooth extracted is a psychologically or. Dewitt c. Baldwin jr., made the statement in an address to the Section on dentistry of the american association for the advancement of science. Baldwin told the Section that a Survey of 45 children ranging in age from 8 to 14 showed that a a moderate degree of pre operative anxiety is a Normal and healthy method for meeting the threat of dental extraction. A children require an Opportunity to prepare themselves psychologically a he said. A experience has shown As Little As one to two Days prior to traction to be exp the pills its Impact on american morality Berkeley Calif. Up a a social scientist says that with widespread use of the birth control Pill a sex has become recreational rather than productive and the whole basis of our morality has others at the annual meeting of the american association for the advancement of science alas at the University of California did not agree wholly but none questioned the effectiveness of the Pill. The speaker who called modern sex recreational was Martin b. Loeb director of the school of social work at the University of Wisconsin. Loeb said that despite the profound implications in worldwide use of the Pill there is so far a Little sense of revolution but simply the sense of Progress that shocks grandparents puzzles parents and intrigues scientists in sundays symposium on psychological control in Conception and its implications expressed these views a in All medical history there has been no potent drug used regularly for Many years by so Many people. A it has become socially acceptable to discuss the Pill in mixed company whereas open discussion of other methods of contraception Are not acceptable. A there is a on the Distant horizon possible genetic control that would prevent some diseases. Moscow hints space rendezvous Moscow up a Moscow radio saying Russia would not be ashamed to a imitate something Good from the americans a hinted sunday the soviet Union might try a gemini style rendezvous in space. In a summary of russians 1965 space achievements commentator Alexei Yermilov said the United states sent six experts to talk with it. Col. Alexei Leonov after the colonel became the first to walk in space. A this afforded the americans the possibility of fulfilling a flight almost identical to Leonovs a he said. A we will not be ashamed of in the future we in turn can imitate something Good from the americans a Yermilov said. A women May someday take a Pill to get pregnant rather than vice versa. A the time May come when a the Boss a As the employer of women May have a say in family planning in order to facilitate the setting up of work schedules. Myca notes schedule of activities regular scheduled programs of the Bennington area Myca will not be held this week. The Pool tables Ping Pong table chess checkers Reading television weight room and showers will be available from 9 . Until to . The Bowling alleys and gym will be available for the same hours except during the following times monday a girls Bowling tournament to . Noon. Tuesday a girls Bowling tournament to . Noon girls hike a Wear clothing to keep warm and dry �?1 30 . At the Myca. Wednesday a girls volleyball tournament a to . Noon. Thursday and Friday a All facilities open. Saturday a closed All Day. Gash just Call up or come in. Get the Cash you want fast to do your shopping to pay your Bills to enjoy the holidays. You pick the terms. You pick the payments. At beneficial where you get that big . For Cash Call up and see beneficial finance system a 1600 offices coast to coast Loans $20 to $600 a Loans life insured at Low Cost beneficial finance co. Of Bennington 449 main Street. Bennington phone 442 5441 a ask for the yes manager open evenings by appointment a phone for hours beware of Trees Oakland Calif. Up a a gunman escaped with $309 from a service station Early monday after a a losing a special policeman in a running gun Battle a two Block Chase. Police said the special officer apparently was knocked unconscious when he ran into a tree in Defremery Park. Away rth eur e a in automated . Fogger buying Power super duper Merkel depot Street Bennington it. The new Way to total Home heating Comfort away Petroleum corp. Max Perrotta mgr. Dial 2-6800 a Burlington a Barre Bennington Newport a Winooski i so Albans s Emi a annual clearance Sale women s shoes win pm socialites and Bobbi stack Heel to 13.00 hush puppies Mma sit Stocki to 11 Over support tonally famous brands priced at $5.95 in Semi annual Sale colors and Heel Lerica s most famous name Loose several pair of dress sport or casual shoes for every occasion. Sizes 4 toll widths 4a to d. 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