Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Feb 16 1966, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 16, 1966, Bennington, Vermont The Arlington Eagle Bennington Banner wednesday february 16, 1966-9 faculty at conferences principal William Towne journeyed Over the weekend to Cleveland Ohio to attend the National convention of secondary school principals. He reported a very interesting conference which included an address by vice president Hubert Humphrey. He stated that Humphrey gave a Fine address discussing National and International involvement in education As Well As current worldwide issues. Mrs. Marsh journeyed to Rutland on monday feb. 7 to attend an All Day school librarian workshop. Mrs. Marsh reports that it was a very worthwhile Day and that several personnel from the state Library were present to Lead the discussions answer questions and give help when asked. Mrs. Marsh says school librarians were advised to discard any books Over five years old that might be definitely labelled Quot behind the Philip George and mrs. Carl b. Henning attended a conference of teachers in the Ford foundation area in Bennington monday. Liberate some help not Only Are the students working in the Library but interested townspeople As Well Are contributing their time and Effort to help mrs. Marsh improve our school Library or. And mrs. Allan Robertson have been coming to the Library several times a week after school Lias closed and have been giving valuable help by working on Hie files and card catalogues. This Effort on the part of the Robertsons is very much appreciated by both faculty and students recently added to Library i cold to help relieve it and reduce the risk of lung congestion try per rotate the Only cold capsule containing a specific bronc Hodi a for you can buy without a prescription. 1.30 Carroll drug slurp main St. Dial 2-6713 Bennigton shelves is Truman capote a Quot in cold blood a and Barbara w. Tuchmann a Quot the proud Junior High basketball Stephen Coulman hitting from the outside for eight Points led the Arlington Junior High to a 24-16 win Over North Bennington Here feb. La. It was the teams fourth win of the season. Also scoring was Steve Zimmer Keith Rice John Ulery and Billy Moore. With two minutes left coach Nicholson sent in some of his Bench. Cirl basketball Gail Marckres netted 28 Points out of 39 in a Molly Stark league contest with Leland and Gray Seminary of Townshend on feb. To. The win was the third Victory for the team and kept the eaglet Tes tied for first place with a 3-1 league record. The visitors were behind the whole game As Gail kept sinking the Ball from every Corner of the floor. Donna Mcintyre and Judy Coulman scored six and five Points respectively making up the remaining total of 39 Points. Arlington made one of 9 free throws third period Honor Boll honors Grade la c. Rice. Grade 9 Scorey b. Mack sey and b. Moody. A s and b a Grade 12 v. Andrews d. Hagelberg j. Coulman t. Macksey d. Marsh and b. Garrecht. Grade la n. Aarons Garneau l. James s. Kenny to w. Hagelberg s. Mahler p. Richards and r. Holton. Grade 9 s. James a. Kendall s. Mahle a b. Walsh and a. Webb. Grade 8 l. Hanson m. Keough a Pratt k. Rice l. Wilcox and g. Wright. Grade 7 j. Buck n. Corey a Hagelberg m. Infante s. Jennings r. Stroffoleno and j. Wilcox. T. Pelham d. Sherwin and c. Wiley. Grade to d. Douglas m. Hall and c. Lindsey. Grade 9 d. Grout. Grade 8 k. Christiansen s. Coulman s. Howard h. Hoyt and m. Lindsey. Grade 7 m. Albee k. Burro f. Hirsch j. Keene l. Knox e. Kreel and t. Laskey. B average fro Mark below by Grade 12 d. Mcintyre and s. Snow. Grade la p. Blair m. Moore and c. Moody. Grade Honor Boll first semester honors Grade 12 b. Garrecht. Grade to d. Douglas s. Mahler. Grade 9 b. Macksey b. Moody. Grade 8 s. Coulman. Grade 7 k. Budre. A s and b a Grade 12 v. Andrews j. Coulman d. Hagelberg t. Macksey d. Marsh d. Mcintyre and s. Snow. Grade la n. Aaron p. Blair l. James s. Kenney t. Pelham c. Rice and d. Sherwin. Grade to m. Hall and c. Lindsey. Grade 9 a. Kendall s. Corey d. Grout c. Howard s. Mahler b. Walsh and a. Webb. Grade 8 k. Christiansen h. Hoyt a Lindsey and k. Rice. Grade 7 m. Albee f. Hirsch l. Knox j. Keene e. Kreel and t. Laskey. B average fro Mark below c Grade la s. Garneau m. Moore and c. Wiley. Grade to w. Hag Elberg and r. Holton. Grade 9 c. Howarth l. Crawford and s. James. Grade 8 l. Hanson s. Howard m. Keough f. Langlois w. Moore and j. Ulery. Grade 7 j. Buck d. Hagelberg m. Infante s. Jennings and r. Stroffoleno. Students see play Othello wednesday afternoon at the close of school about 70 students parents and faculty set off for Bennington to see Shakespeare s Quot Othello in which Lawrence Oliver starred. Previous to this trip the students had read the play in class and had discussed what they might see in the movie version. It is interesting to know that an entirely different presentation of Othello is being played on Broadway a a version in which Othello is played As a villain instead of a rather Nice hero who is too naive to know that he is being destroyed by Iago the villain. The following members of the faculty and parents drove the student group to Bennington mrs. Barbara Marsh mrs. Ann Marsh mrs. Louise Coulman and mrs. Mary Henning of the faculty and miss Mattson mrs. Jeanne Walsh mrs. Jeanne Kendall mrs. Barbara Mahler mrs. Lorraine Moody mrs. Marjorie Macksey or. And mrs. Douglas or. Philip George and mrs. Greenwold parents. Annual banquet held for alb Seoul pack 64 the new Way to total Home heating Comfort away Petroleum corp. Max Perrotta mgr. Dial 2-6800 Hoosick Falls . A the annual Blue and Gold banquet of cub scout pack 64 was held sunday evening in the immaculate Conception Church Hall when parents and families were guests. A pot Luck supper was enjoyed by about 130 who attended George Lajeunesse Modican Council District scout representative was guest speaker and told of the activities of the Council and How the Council and the individual troops within it work together. He presented the troop charter to William Gorman sr., institutional representative who accepted it in behalf of the local Church which sponsors the troop. Thomas Downey chairman of the pack committee gave recognition to Loren Mccabe William Sargood and Arthur Hyde pack committeemen to Leroy Baker cub master and James Cusack assistant cub master and to mrs. John Delurey mrs. Bernard Fleming and mrs. Anthony Wirmusky Den mothers. Richard Severson scoutmaster of troop 64, presented Donald Fleming Peter Sennett and Daniel Delurey with special awards in appreciation of their efforts As Den chiefs and complimented the cub master assistant cub master and the Den mothers for their accomplishments. Cub master Baker presented awards to the cub scouts As follows William Frazier a Bear badge and Gold Arrow Mark Folgert a Gold Arrow Edward Andrick a Bear badge and Gold Arrow Stephen Wirmusky a Gold Arrow and Silver Arrow James Baker a Gold Arrow Anthony Deluca a Wolf badge Stephen Downey a Wolf badge and Gold Arrow Mark Fleming a Wolf badge and Gold Arrow Arthur Hyde a Wolf badge and Gold Arrow Donald Mccabe a Wolf badge Gold Arrow Silver Arrow and Denner bars Michael Mcdonough a Wolf badge and Gold Arrow Kevin Mcguire a Wolf badge and Gold Arrow William Sargood a Wolf badge Gregory Restino a lion badge James Nowik a Wolf badge Keith Dooley a Wolf badge and Gold Arrow Jeffrey Delurey a Wolf badge and Gold Arrow Paul Graney a Wop badge Curt Kaukas a Gold Arrow and two Silver arrows Philip Fabiano a Bear badge two Gold arrows and two Silver arrows Michael Graney a Bear badge and Denner bars Robert Brott a lion badge Gold Arrow and Silver Arrow Donald Hebert a Denner bars. Spencer p. Kennard is named new director at Pine cobble school Williamstown mass. The appointment of a new director of Pine cobble school was announced last night at the schools annual Pat dinner by h. William Oliver chairman of the trustee selection committee. Spencer p. Kennard or. Of Maul Hawaii will become director in july succeeding mrs. Frederick c. Copeland who is retiring As head of the school after five years As director. A native of Boston Kennard has Long been associated with education in Berkshire county. A 1934 graduate of Lenox school he returned to the Lenox Campus As a faculty member from 1938 until 1958, except for four year service with the . Army in world War ii. Kennard graduated in 1938 from Trinity College Hartford. He did Post graduate study at Columbia University and teachers College during the Summers of 1939 through 1941, and also studied at the University of Chicago with the . Army military government training program in 1942 and 1943. He was recipient of a Westinghouse science Fellowship in 1939, studying under it at Massachusetts Institute of technology. During his Long association with the Lenox school Kennard served As instructor in latin English French mathematics physics and Art history. He also was housemaster business manager head of the science depart ment alumni Secretary and trustee representative. Kennard left Lenox to become the founding headmaster of the Harbor country Day school in Long Island in 1958. He remained in that position until 1964, building the school from an initial enrolment of 40 students to 105. Since 1964, he has been associated with Seabury Hall a new Hoosick Ada m. Breer 686-7275 All saints Parish club will meet with mrs. Paul b. Cipperly monday night feb. 21, Breeze hollow. Four Corners Klub will meet with or. And mrs. Raymond Sharkey tuesday night feb. 22. Crusaders will sponsor a roast beef supper in the dining room of the Baptist Church on thursday night feb. 24, at 5 30 . All saints Guild will sponsor annual suppers on the following dates May 7, Turkey supper june 4, Strawberry and Ham july 14, Chicken Barbecue oct. 8, Turkey nov. 8, election Day Chicken at noon and Ham at night. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Ylfen Burg and son Jack or. And mrs. George Rifenburg and daughter Carol of Brunswick and mrs. Paul Campbell of Tamarac were sunday dinner guests of or. And mrs. George Rifenburg. School on the Island of Maul Hawaii serving As director of studies and As a member of the Board of trustees. Or. And mrs. Kennard and their two sons will remain in Maul until the conclusion of the school year and expect to arrive in Williamstown around july i. Mrs. Kennard is a graduate of Miami University of Ohio and of the Cincinnati conservatory of music. She also has studied at the Juilliard school in new York and at the Berkshire music Center. She has served As director of music at Bennett Junior College in Millbrook ., and As director of music at Lenox school. In the latter capacity she led the schools exceptionally Fine glee club and choir. Mrs. Copeland was named director of Pine cobble school in 1961, after serving As a member of the faculty since 1949. During her la years As a teacher she initially taught English in grades 5 through 7, and was for eight years fourth Grade teacher. She announced her intention to retire last november. The Pine cobble school was founded in 1937. It is a coeducational Day school with classes in Nursery through ninth Grade. Its emphasis is on individual development and academic excellence with a Strong arts and sports program. Date Nisto Ric a historic savings starting today All clothing drastically reduced Shaffer men s shop 475 main Street next to theatre coming soon Cable to i another Mukk. Quot u. Channel $ i Iii better to inc. Of Bennington 317 main Street dial 2-9395 big savings in family fashions ladies Coats trimmed amp untrimmed Sale priced io50 s4350 values to $65.00 ladies dresses and knit suits Sale priced s650. 1650 $ ladies skirts and Slacks Sale priced 2 75 a a $g50 boys flannel shirts $1.50 up Corduroy pants �?$3.00 c sweaters. Sno pants $2.88 up ladies Bench warmers and ski jackets Sale priced 1350 16oo flannel pyjamas and Nite gowns Sale priced s 2/5. $300 ladies stretch ski pants Reg. $17. 95 $200 Short a med. A tall $ menus flannel or Cotton Long sleeve sport shirts Sale priced 175� $275 boys and girls Sno suits ski jackets Bench warmers Sale priced menus 5 550. 1q00 s girls Coats Sale priced 6 00 st200 girls dresses Sale priced $28 $388 sizes 3 t o 14 menus sweaters Sale priced 675 a a $1200 Coats pm tin or zip out Sale priced 26 �?T3711 values to $5 5.00 menus suits Odd lot a one of style so k do styles Reg. Up to $55.00 now 20�?o each sizes 35 to 40 menus Bench warmers and car Coats Sale priced 1700 9100 menus sport Coats Sale priced 2350. $2950 shoes for the family Sale priced for Quick Sale Fienberg a it Maissi isl , it. Lulv�ipf1 3 ways to pay Cash charge budget plan j

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