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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 17, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Beni Catamount a Rea student councils meet by Diane Leblanc area student Council members met at Beni on feb. 8 for a regional meeting. Susan Bitensky a Beni Junior presided Over the meeting. Sister Ancilla of chs first addressed the group and told them of the plans being made for the state student Council convention to be held at chs in March. Sister also gave the group some ideas on How to make the state meeting a Success. George Sleeman acting principal and guidance director at Beni then spoke on the pros and cons of extracurricular activities. Sleeman spoke of the importance of extra curricular activities for College admission. He also said that a student with too Many outside activities is Apt to neglect his studies and lower his class rank. Before he concluded his talk Sleeman mentioned the importance of the councils becoming organized so that next year even though it. Anthony Union High school will meet in three separate buildings the student councils could function As one. The group then discussed problems of their own councils and then other councils made helpful suggestions. The boys Home economics class prepared a dinner for the group with the assistance of Ben his Fua chapter under the supervision of mrs. Mary Jane Wager. Myca Board 8ch�o1 and you hears fund drive report Bennington Banner thursday february 17, 1966-5 so you want to go to College student councils meet representatives of area student councils met at Beni recently to discuss plans for a state meeting to be held at Bennington Catholic High school in March. At the far right is James Colvin Beni Council president. Students take time in a by Diani h Anson congratulations Are in order Tor the Beni students who recently received the highest scores on a current affairs test printed and distributed by time magazines educational department. The winners Are senior june Wolf Junior Martha Wolf Sophomore Richard Moskovitz freshman Dale Wilson and Wayne Buhl from the Junior High. The test was made up of to separate sections covering such areas As Viet Nam Congress the world the nation and business sports science and the arts. Objective questions True and false maps and photographs of important men were included in the too item test in a. Discussion of the test in David Jareckie a second period non Western civilization class it was the general opinion of the class that the test showed How Many important facts can be overlooked. Discussions were also held in the history classes of Sandra King Jane Nissen Richard Caswell Vav. Lawrence Gardner and John Duval whose students also took the test. Deep that by Erk Pete Uson congratulations to or. And mrs. Ronald k. Reeves who Are the proud parents of a baby girl Maria Ann. Mrs. Reeves was a Beni English teacher until quite recently and or. Reeves is Beni a a football coach. Winter vacation is Only a Short time away and we know of at least one Beni senior who should enjoy himself. Lucky David Wilkinson will be going to sunny and warm Florida. With the weather Vermont has been having it can to be too much warmer Down there. We can to even ski. Beni Driver education teacher Kendall Rich has an interesting new addition to his collection of License plates. A License plate with the words a governor of Vermont printed on it was Given to or. Rich by mrs. Hazel wills. The License plate was used in the third inauguration Parade of Franklin d. Roosevelt. Mrs. Wills remembered that the car was soundly booed on Pennsylvania Avenue that Day probably because Vermont and Maine were the Only two new England states to go Republican that Alf Lan Den times have changed Haven to they gov. Hoff cat staff writer Barbara garrisons Viet Nam article is certainly causing considerable comment. It seems Beni has As Many experts As the Senate foreign relations committee. Wrestling in boys gym classes ends this week and no one is quite As Happy As this a a Tiger is i was almost killed coach a Beni a a Jav coach John Wilkinson was very interesting and informative in Dave Alcorta a Watn basketball interview. We think John got a few pointers from head coach Barrie Byrne who was interviewed two weeks ago. Bennington Catholic coaches Frank and Joe Bizzarro have also been interviewed by or. Alcorta. After hearing All four coaches on the show it is evident that Bennington is Lucky to have four informed articulate coaches who Are As interested in their players As they Are in winning. Senior Jim Colvin recently has been seen wearing an extremely interesting fur coat. We Arentt sure what the fur is but we heard that the animal begged to be killed Jim that coat should be obscene and not heard but unfortunately ifs a Little loud the basketball season is quickly drawing to a close. Beni plays its final game Friday. Beni a a season May not have been too successful but we do have the finest guard in the state Steve Greenslet. All Beni wishes the chs sabers the Best of Luck in their quest for their second straight state title although we predict that they wont need too muck Luck. The Beni drama club has started rehearsals for its contest play entry a a weird we repeat weird comedy titled last year Beni came in third in the state with its play a the ugly duckling a an uproarious play with a great cast. We especially remember the a Star a Rick Peterson student teachers from Albany state teachers College and the University of Vermont can be seen walking the Halls of Beni. Because of these student teachers there is one modern history class with six count pm six teachers pretty soon there will be More teachers than students and its crowded enough Here already Friday night after basketball games dances Are becoming very popular in Bennington it has come to our attention that a number of adults have been tempted to come. We would simply like to announce that there is no age limit. If you re Young enough to do the frug Monkey Duck or Watusi come along Many people have asked this writer of late of they could be mentioned in deep Thot. We regretfully inform these people that due to Lack of space it is impossible to mention everyone and so in order to be fair 8 i Hor parties for birthdays or just for atmosphere a you la find the right Candle to suite your fancy. Stop in and see our vast array of Novelty and everyday candles. Evans 7 news office equipment 431 main St. Bennington it. We can to mention anyone. Sorry mrs. A we will close on a Happy note. After Winter vacation there Are Only 3v2 months until the end of school. Whew All Beni can hardly wait. Right teachers senior class notes by Barbara Garrison Beni seniors Are looking Forward to meeting with the Junior class to discuss the coming Junior senior prom. June Graves is the Junior representative and Diane Hanson is senior representative and head chairman. At the meeting the students will choose Between two bands. Twelfth Grade English classes saw a film on the novel and what it is composed of on Friday. Several quotes from five famous books were read and the different styles were com pared. This was the first film in a series of three that will be shown. Monday was Valentines Day and the senior class decided to sell flecked carnations. All the boys in school were cornered by a Friendly senior Salesman and had to buy carnations for their girls. Eighteen seniors have been accepted at different colleges and universities. Six seniors have been accepted at Ulm four at Castleton one each at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine arts Grinnell College the University of Maine Dean Junior College Wake Forest College Vermont technical College and St. Joseph College. Leslie Heald has been accepted at Peter Brent Brigham Hospital school of nursing in Boston. On tuesday miss Bonhams 11-12, 12a, and or. Byrness 12 a a class heard a lecture by mrs. Catherine Foster concerning the background of a twelfth the regular monthly meeting of the Bennington area Myca Board of directors was held tuesday with James f. Davis president presiding. The routine reports were Given and accepted by the Board. Davis presented a list of committee assignments for the coming year and stated that . Jeff Griffin would be chairman of the advisory Council giving this group direct Access to the Board of directors. Chairman Robert d. Stout gave a report of the 1966 Myca finance Campaign that showed that $8,588 had been raised to Date and urged that everyone Complete their part of the Campaign within the next week. The area world service meeting scheduled for March 9 at Hartford conn., was announced and plans for a delegation from Bennington was made including members of the or. Fly club. James w. Merunowicz chairman of the investment committee brought in a recommendation for some changes in Stock holdings were were acted on. Loomis g. Dana associate Secretary gave a report of the work he has been doing during the past two weeks since he has been a member of the staff. Leonard j. Black general Secretary gave a report on the program and activities of the association since the last regular Board meeting adjourned at 7 40 . Looking Forward to the Progress the association would be making during the next month. By George a. Sleeman acting superintendent Bennington South supervisory Union going to College is an important decision. Any reason a to prepare for a profession to further an athletic interest to participate in dramatics or music activities or journalistic endeavours or to make a fraternity or sorority a is a Good reason. One Basic understanding is necessary in order to enjoy participation in the Many and varied activities one must succeed academically. This May involve some new adjustments both in attitudes and habits of study if this big experience is to be a successful one. This article contains a number of suggestions intended to help a student improve study skills and habits and to further guarantee Success As a Happy College student. R. C. Barret is to nest Durham . A Richard Carter Barret director curator of the Bennington museum is George Michael a guest on Antiques american Art Glass i and ii thursday feb. 24, and again on March 3, at 8 . I Channel la. Barret will display Many valuable pieces of american Art Glass from the Bennington museum collection formerly the collection of or. And mrs. Joseph Limric of Medfield mass. The collection displayed in the museum is considered to be the most Complete in any Public building today. The pieces displayed on this program Are examples of every important Type of Art Glass of the period Between 1880 and 1910, including a Wheeling peach glow vase called the Morgan vase which was sold after the death of Charles morgans widow in 1886 for $18,000. Barret is author of the Book a identification of american Art Glass a and a some notes on american Art when asked the question a what do you think is the most important asset a student brings to College a Counselor agree on this general answer a the capacity ability and maturity to be an Independent this answer involves habit of studying on ones own without any a outside prodding Good level of self discipline to maintain creditable academic performance when other exciting activities compete for study time Best Reading skills and habits including a Good vocabulary a system of note taking which is effective in supplementing memory and exam taking skills which Are flexible and techniques of reviewing which Are selective in terms of major ideas. Evidences of immaturity Are seen in a student who is trying to just barely get by with minimum grades a one who has never gained the satisfaction in any academic performance which comes in feeling one has really done ones Best misses class because there was no one to insist that he go gets so involved in social affairs fraternity or sorority or in practice for some activity that he lets class work slide. Living up to measurable Promise most of the time is the goal held by the mature student and he does it a on his a of since a student will Likely need to budget his time More carefully in College in order to get everything done it is Well to make a reasonable and workable schedule. Plan a spaced schedule of classes so that a Good part of required studying can be done during Daylight hours. Starting with a class schedule plan a limited time Only save on All flavors half gallon now Sale priced at a checker boards too Here a your Chance to try All the exciting new a checker boards flavors at special Price. Look for them. You la love pm exciting variety All the wonderful creamy Rich sea test flavors you like Best Are on Sale. From old time favourites to delightfully Lively newcomers. Take advantage of this special offer at your store today study hour fur each class right after the class meeting or As soon after As that Days schedule to permit making immediate use of what went on in class before there is an Opportunity to forget it. A of concentration is some thing of an attitude. If one looks for something definite with an attitude to remember it rather than Rea Ding a text Book As a la verite mystery Story would be read then time Given to Reading a College assignment can be much More effective. This procedure is suggested go through the entire chapter quickly in a preview fashion sizing up what there is in a very general sense now going Back to read carefully turn the topic heading or the opening sentence of a paragraph into a question and push to get the answer pause to recite the answer to the question and then go ahead to another question on the next paragraph having completed the entire chapter go Back through it to definitely tie up the main ideas of there Are two major sources for learning College work effective Reading and efficient listening. Evidence of efficient listening is the kind of usable notes you take. It is Wise to take Good and legible notes the first time because it does no to add much to understanding or remembering to spend time in copying them. Done to be afraid to think during the lecture and write Only summary statements with illustrations. Use some outline form whenever it is possible a use word abbreviations of you will understand them later. Be sure to review notes very soon after taking them. Frequent reviews Are needed in order to remember course materials for later testing. Unless some refinements Are utilized in Reading and possibly re Reading textbook materials a student will find that forgetting begins very soon after a class lecture or the Reading of an assignment. A of the dreaded announcement of an exam has been made. First turn the question list and see How Many of these questions can be answered. Mentally do the answers to these Short questions and look up again Only those questions which seem to be unclear or which have been forgotten. Last minute All night a a Jam sessions Are unsatisfactory techniques for any student. A student must be rested and Clear headed. Regardless of Type of item Short answer or essay question prepare the same Way. Good answers to essay questions include As Many details As any other quiz items. In order to Lessen the nervousness caused by the test situation itself these suggestions will be useful quickly go Over the entire test sizing it up to see what is required note any special directions As to scoring and the like in Case of an essay examination read All the questions before starting to Ai. Ser any. Note the key words list compare contrast discuss illustrate define Etc. Jot Down in the margin or on a sep ate Sheet words representing ideas to be included in each answer. Plan a Brief outline to each question before writing. Now Start writing the answer to the question Best known. This strengthens Confidence. In True false multiple Choice Matching or similar items go through the entire test answering All of the items known immediately. Continue this screening procedure until the test period is completed with questions about which is known the least. You pay $1.00 for the Box of your Choice. 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