Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jul 9 1965, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 9, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Gail Voss Bennington Burlington a three Bennington girls miss Dolores Mcdermott miss Nancy Turner and miss Gall Vose were among 34 members of the senior class of Jeanne Mance school of nursing to receive their diplomas and pins in ceremonies june 27. Miss Mcdermott who resides at 817 main St., is a daughter of mrs. Catherine Mcdermott of Bennington. For the past two years she has been a member of the so Dally of the blessed Virgin Mary. She was a member of the glee club. Miss Mcdermott plans to serve on the staff of the Putnam memorial Hospital this summer. She Hopes to continue her education earning credits for a Bachelor of science degree in the fall. Miss Turner is the daughter of or. And mrs. G. M. Turner of 113 Adams St. She has been a member of the glee club and has held the office of pres Al Doloris Mcdermott Nancy Terner girls gel nursing degrees Dent of her class in 1965. She the most Rev. Robert f. Joyce was also a member of the sex Bishop of the roman Catholic ecu Tive Board this past year diocese of Burlington present miss Turner plans to become de the diplomas to the 34 Grad a staff nurse at the University nates. Hospital of the Good Shephard miss Alice Robinson Assoc in Syracuse n.y., this August late editor of nursing Outlook she also plans to attend the was guest speaker. University of Syracuse and will he studying for her Bachelor j a ,.rjnes of science degree in nursing in february. Washington up a gov mass Vose is the daughter Ern ment officials say the birth of or. And mrs. William Vose rate has been declining slowly of Willow court. Since birth control pills went on during her three years at Jean the general Market in the unit be Mance she participated in de states five years ago. The glee club and modality. She the current birth rate for this held the office of class pres year is the lowest in about 19 Dent in her freshman year and years according to Arthur a. Was vice president in her Jun Campbell head of birth inferior year. Mation for the National Center miss Vose will begin work for health statistics. He said at the Putnam memorial hos wednesday that total births Pital this month. She will be May be less than four million married in october and will re this year compared with a turn to Panama with her Hus Shade Over four million last band. Year. Bennington Banner Friday july 9, 1965-5 Lumberjack Hon ii i up aug. 20-21 Montpelier the 14th annual Lumberjack Roundup is scheduled aug. 20 and 21 at Banbury state Park on Lake Dunmore sponsored by the state forests and Parks department is cooperation with Vermont Wood using industries. Purpose of the Roundup is to promote Wise use of natural resources to emphasize and pro Mote Vermont Forest industries and to finance the annual conservation Laboratory for Vermont teachers. According to . Heitman More than $1,000 from Roundup income was channelled to this cause last year. Other Revenue finances the annual Forest essay contest for 7th and 8th graders. Hanging his show Dorset artist Arthur Jones selects from among his paintings while hanging his one Man show at the Bennington gallery. The show opens saturday and will run until july 19. Next month Jones will have two shows at the Chaffee gallery in Rutland and at the stage two gallery in Woodstock. Prandini . Shindig dancing tomorrow night Bennington High school music by Thi Continentals the Continentals dancing 8 15 to 11 15 the Continentals Mhz i co Quot a do 11 nut Loo to i 1 00 . 5 Academy awards Technics or i Mem Jim emm u. To Oum e at 1 00-3 30-6 00-8 30 shown it lowest prices Ever adults mat and Eva 1.25 children under 12 yrs 50 Sou f Iken Ogk Mont sort Center Manchester Vermont Tel. 362-1405 sunday july la 8 30 of of Ole Maria Alba Ramon de los Reyes Ana their Spanish dance co Pany Ria steal nor Flo Eneo lances of Spain and South America ail seals reserved 14 c si.56 write or phone 362-140c coming Survey july 13, 3 1 liner Preble flute payment Toubman one d11vies Toubman Ello daily 10-5, Sun 1-5, closed Mon. 4-ii news notes on a a to be Pill pied and Patricia a Mic amp ail present the innocents from Henry James Quot turn of the screw by William Archibald thurs., fri., sot., Sun. July 8, 9f Roll i Dorset playhouse Call 887-5777 to Reserve curtain 8 40 pm one Man exhibition Arthur Jones Shiy loth through in Lemont Jim Dopa a ones it. 7 North St., Mannington a better kitchens / a Imam a Quot Mem a my the All electric Way consult your electrician builder or Call your cd office Central Vermont Public service corp. By James a. Edgerton county by club agent Bennington county a 4-h Camp Onawa will have a record attendance this year. Junior Camp has 114 enrolled including the counselling staff and adult staff. Teen age or senior week has 58. The adult resident staff will include your club agent As director a. C. Mason assistant manager mrs. Daniel Denecola Camp nurse mrs. Edward Houghton Camp Cook mrs. Vera Barnes assistant Cook mrs. Arthur Pierce crafts instructor and Bob Williams senior Counselor. The Counselor will be aria Crosier Susan Torrill Anne Horst Karen Maroni Linda simmer Maye Lourie Margaret Lourie Anita Parks Deborah Peacock Duncan Pierce and Donald Lourie. Counselor in training its Are Kathy Hayden Marcia my Wayne Betty Clawson Jennifer rounds Roberta Baldwin and Wayne Hagelberg. The Counselor and its Are an important part of 4-h Camp. We operate without them. Counselor average 17 years of age. Its Are at least 15. We re proud to have such a dedicated staff on hand in �?T65. Camp custodian for the 1965 camping season is Erie Hill of Sunderland. The Camp directors have several improvement projects for �?T65. A new roof has been put on Hardy Lodge. A Well House has been built to cover the deep Well. New screens have been put on All the windows. Six picnic tables have been constructed for the campers and Camp visitors. There will be new siding on Many of the buildings. Following is a list by town of campers for the coming camping season at 4-h Camp Onawa for Junior week july la to 17. Arlington area a Theresa Laskey Cheryl Laskey Deborah Ann Cole Jacqueline Hoth Darlene Whitman Christie Whitman Kathy Brown Patricia Hawley Tarrie Graves Kathryn Kreel Peter Pratt Michael Hayden Frederick Hawley and James a. Edgerton or. Bennington a Kevin Murray James Torrill Martin Betts Teddy Betts Walter Dunham Guy Dunham Dorset a Beverly Miller emmy Sheldon Rise Wells Marilyn Wells Cynthia Tarbell Anncar Bell Belinda Barrows Brent Edgerton Manchester a Mary Kil Burn Nancy Capen Louise Zou Faly Dean Cadoret Rodney Ca Doret Peru a Wanda Norse Gayle Norse Teresa Daley Katherine Crandall Roberta Baker Deborah Rockwell Dale Norse Douglas Clark James Daley Daniel Crandall Steve Farnum Bernard Baker Pownal a Colleen Sweet Alice Sweet Linda Ricker Bonnie Rhodes Cheryl Andrews Pamela George Deborah Chenaille Christine lamp Man Readsboro a Anna Bologna Rupert a Judy Carpenter Diane Leach Blair Edgerton Robert Sargent him Mckeighan Jeffrey Lourie Joseph Dunham Robert Lourie Douglas Leach Shaftsbury a Brenda Howe Bonnie Leamy Kathy Fuller Laura Mackey Melissa Jones Lynn Rice Marlene Knapp Karen Lee Pratt Susan Williamson Linda Williamson Wanda Greene Penny Bouplon Evyonne Loomis Alicia Hyjek mama Whitman Rebecca Hulet Joann Wade Kimberly Cross Donna Daley Wanda Mooney Donna Morgan Jeanne Morgan Gail Cross Chrystal Jones Virginia Moffitt Joanne billow Sandra Kohutich Peggy of Dell Mary Shea Aileen Shea and Charles Peacock. Campers for senior week july 18 to 24 by towns Are Arlington a Molly Pratt Linda Crawford Connie Walsh James Wiley David Hagelberg John Hayden Jeffrey Brown Bennington a Joann Marcoux Evelyn Rac lot Rita Torrill Michael Stratton Dorset a Theda Mcwayne Peggy Abbott Bonnie Baker Barbara Towslee Suzanne Sheldon Teresa Reed Brian Edgerton Readsboro a Eunice Crowell Nancy Bologna sue Bolognani Erie Marchegiani Anthony Caruso jr., Gary Birch Frederick Howard Martin Howard Carl Marchegiani Frank Caruso jr., Richard Codogni Michael Bartosewcz Shaftsbury a Lois Buak Linda Lee King amp Alexis Breese Stamford a Diane Beverly Sandra Berard Dianne Sweet Diane Maroni and Ernest Dunham of Rupert. Ii dry is our Middle name say Quot Canada dry Gin you la see Firestone fold ing aluminium webbed chair s444 24-Inch Grill with Hood and rotisserie Only �1395 a Cia Arr motor pit with a nit Ira and two met Fork a tubular Atar if a Chrome end a rubber urea on Back or croquet sets s495 to Chor Coa i l i the 19< a wonderful game for family fun 100h Grain Neutral spirits. 90 proof Canara Ory ols tilt ing co my Chol As Vii l f. A Economy Auto stores inc 530 main St. Dial 2-6226 Sparky says Check Horn fir hazards with a fir a apartment inspection done to five fire a place to Start special gifts Washington up a the National Cathedral school class of 1965 has some unique souvenirs of one of its members. Luci Baines Johnson the presidents 17-year-old daughter was graduated from the fashionable episcopal girls school tuesday. Her father spoke at the graduation exercises and Luck presented each of her classmates with a lithograph of the White House signed a with fond to her special Friend Helen Linde she gave a photograph of the first family autographed by each member. Woolworth s buy.0 Wenix 4-piece tray table ensemble indispensable for . Dining mighty Handy for other needs. Brass finished tubular stand with casters has plastic leg tips and clips. A a Hibiscus a a Solitude and a Luau patterned trays. Usu him your Money s Worth More at Woolworth a when Money Means More than a weekly allowance. As soon As a boy has a newspaper route Money takes on a new meaning ifs no longer simply a handout from dad. From his route experience he learns the value of Thrift the logic of saving. And when Christmas or birthday time comes around he can proudly use his own Cash to Purchase gifts. In addition to learning the basics of Money management the boy with a newspaper route gains other rewards that will stay with him for the remainder of his life. He develops skills on his route that Many boys May never acquire. He Sable to put classroom theory into actual practice. And by working with men who Are trained to develop his Hest potentials he a often a couple of jumps ahead of his classmates. Bennington Banner being a new paperboy is a great experience for any Young Man. If you have a son or know of any lad that you think might Benefit from newspaper route experience give our circulation department a Call

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