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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 13, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 6-Bennington Banner tuesday july 13, 1965 i Liaise Board school District meet tonight at Hoosick Falls Hoosick Falls the annual election of the Hoo separate meetings of two govern sick Falls Central school Board ing agencies will be held Here to-1 of education will be held and night. In c combat j raining Lames b. Campbelljr. Of Manchester is undergoing a sex week program of intensive combat training at fort Devens mass. As a Roth Cadet. He will be commissioned a second lieutenant following graduation from Dartmouth College in june i Abb particular interest has been shown in whether or not a gentlemen s agreement of seven years standing will be honoured by voters of the District. The agreement formed when the District was organized has no Legal basis according to the state education dept. The gentlemen s agreement was drawn up so that five members would represent the District area outside the Village and four within for a total of nine members. Charges and counter charges of violation of the agreement the illegality of it and whether a member of the Board serves the entire District or a segment thereof have been aired. Voting at the school will begin at 2 . Arthur e. Smith current member of the Board is seeking another term and is unopposed. However the candidacy of Charles l. Frazier Veteran Board member is being contested by Stanley Arasom of North Hoosick. The polls will close at 8 . And action on the annual budget will be taken at a meeting scheduled to be held at the same time for All voters of the District. The regular monthly meeting of the Village Board will be held at 7 30 . In the municipal building. Ready for round up Betty Riley Barbara Riley and Meridyth Whitman North Bennington senior scouts embarked sunday night for the 1965 International Roundup in Idaho. They Are due Back in Vermont july 30. Hoosick Ada m. Breer 686-7275 in cooking with a nameless electric Range see the new models Stop in today Central Vermont Public service corp. Or. And mrs. Paul b. Clip Erly and son Paul spent the weekend in Rivervale . With or. And mrs. William Stofick. Mrs. Louise Cipperly and mrs. Leona Webster of Petersburg will leave saturday on a nationwide tour for California. Or. And mrs. Carl Walker of Waltham mass. Spent saturday with their Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Leon Brown of Cropseyville or. And mrs. Harold Beebe and granddaughter Dianne of Pittsfield mass. Were recent visitors at the Brown Home. Or. And mrs. Edward Lohnes and two sons from Canon City Colo Are vacationing with their Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Harold g. Lohnes. Mrs. Floyd Canfield of Pittsfield mass. Is spending some time with the misses Mary and Helen Bovle. Or. And mrs. Harry w. Blair of Loudonville and miss Hazel Hill of Eagle Bridge were recent visitors . Or. And mrs. John Bristol of Eagle Mills visited their Cousin mrs. Charles e. Breer Here last weekend. Mrs. Grace 111 and cousins of Rockville Conn. Visited her sister mrs. May Herrington Here last weekend. Mrs. May Herington has sold her Home on main Street to mrs. Verda Philpott and will make her Home with her sister in Law mrs. Alta Brownell at 53-Hooslck St., Hoosick Falls. Watch for our bigger n better Midnight madness Quot specials Quot in wednesdays Banner Drysdale free parking armory lot door it takes All kinds to make a world. Accountants. Administrators. Agricultural economists. Agricultural educators. Agricultural engineers. Agricultural Extension lists. Agriculturalists. Agronomists. Air-conditioning1technicians. Anaesthetists. Animal husbandry men. Anthropologists. Architects. Arts and crafts instructors. Audio visual technicians. Bacteriologist. Baseball instructors. Basketball instructors. Beekeepers. Biologists. Blacksmiths. Botanists. Boxing instructors. Bricklayers. Business administrators. Cabinetmakers. Carpenters. Cataloguers. Ceramic its. Chemists. Child care instructors. Citrus growers. City planners. Coaches. Commercial artists. Communications specialists. Community development teachers. Conservationists. Constructors. Cooperative planners. Credit Union administrators. Dairy Farmers. Dairy improvement planners. Dental hygienists. Dentists. Craftsmen. Dramatists. Driving instructors. Dry land Farmers. Dry Rice cultivators. Economists. Educational psychologists. Electricians. Electronics instructors. Elementary schoolteachers. Engineers. English teachers. Farm machinery operators and maintenance instructors. Farm managers. Fishermen. Food Market specialists. Forage croppers. Forestry men. French instructors. Fruit Farmers. General science instructors. 1-h leaders. History instructors. Home economists. Home industrialists. Horticulturists. Hospital corpsmen. Industrial arts instructors. Industrial design instructors. Irrigation lists. Jewelry makers. Journalists. Laboratory technicians. Latin instructors. Lawyers. Librarians. Literacy instructors. Livestock husbandry men. Mathematics instructors. Mechanics. Medical records librarians. Medical technicians. Mental health workers. Metallurgists. Metalworkers. Motor boat mechanics. Museum curators. Music instructors. Nurses. Nurses aides. Personnel administrators. Pharmacists. Photographers. Physical education instructors. Physical therapists. Physicians. Physics instructors. Plant pathologists. Plasterers. Plumbers. Political science instructors. Postal clerks. Poultry production instructors. Printers. Psychologists. Public works instructors. Radio engineers and technicians. Radio programmers. Radio repairmen. Radio to instructors. Recreation specialists. Remedial English teachers. Resettlement workers. Rock Drill operators. Rural Community action developers. Sanitation engineers. Savings and loan association planners. School lunch programmers. Scientists. Secondary education teachers. Secretaries. Sheep Farmers. Shoemakers. Small industries technicians. Social science instructors. Social workers. Sociologists. Soil conservationists. Speech therapists. Statisticians. Stenographers. Surveyors. Swimming . Teacher education instructors. Teachers for the operators. To radio producers. To repairmen. Track coaches. Truck Farmers. Typists. University instructors. Veterinarians. Vocational education instructors. Volleyball instructors. Welding instructors. Well drillers. Woodcutters. Woodworkers. Wrestling instructors. A Ray technicians. Youth workers. A by Quot workers. Zoologists. The peace corps takes All kinds. La. Gov. Daley sees senti is off at station North Bennington a a Good sized contingent of parents and friends journeyed to Pittsfield sunday night to old a Happy Farewell to the group of Vermont girl scouts on their Way to the 1965 International Roundup in Idaho. The Vermont scout group is made up of 24 girls from All Over the state including three from North Bennington a Barbara and Betty Riley and Meridyth Whitman. Also in the group is Patricia Daley of Rutland daughter of Vermont set. Gov. And mrs. Daley. At ceremonies at the Pittsfield railway station it. Gov. Daley was introduced to the Large crowd on hand and was made a kind of honorary Roundup participant for the evening. Daley spoke briefly to the crowd which included Many scouts and parents from Eastern Massachusetts and sent regards from Vermont to the new England delegation As Well to to the thousands of other girls from All Over the world who will be at the Roundup. The group will arrive Back in Pittsfield july 30 at 6 30 . And Vermont a lieutenant governor said he planned to make no speeches at that hour. North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer 44 2-4519 mrs. Bess Woodlock who has been a patient at Putnam memorial Hospital for More than a month has recovered sufficiently to return to her Home on Mechanic St. Extension Here. Miss Catherine Corcoran principal of Nuhs left last weekend by plane for Honolulu where she will spend about six weeks visiting at the Home of her brother it. Col. Edward w. Corcoran. News from the boy scout expedition to Philmont . Indicates that the local contingent taking part which includes Leader Bob my Waters Alan my Waters and Dave Wickenden is enjoying every moment. The group travelled by bus with overnight Campous scheduled along the Way. One hitch in the schedule developed when a campsite in Garden City Colo was found to be under two feet of water a a Little too much even for intrepid boy scouts. Nicholas . Hanks was among some 700 Young men and women who visited the University of Wisconsin Campus in Madison Wise. During this past week to Register for University studies to be started with the opening of the University a school year in it four businesses destroyed Cambridge Eire department answered a three Siren alarm monday for a fire on main Street in Greenwich. Cambridge Laid 900 feet of Hose from the River and other departments from Easton Argyle Cossayuna fort Edward and Middle Falls Laid approximately 4,000 feet. Mac s lunch a Beauty parlor air land motors and the Shamrock Grill were gutted As Well As the apartments adjoining the buildings. Residents were evacuated without incident according to Ernest Raemer chief of the Greenwich police department. Members of the Cambridge firemen s auxiliary made 20 Gallons of iced Tea on the main Street of Cambridge for the refreshment of hot and weary firemen. Woodruff the pow a is Vera Langlais a 823-7716 a Strawberry supper sponsored by the women s Fellowship of the Pownal Center Community Church was Well attended saturday night at the Center firehouse. The affair was a financial Success with proceeds of $181.63 received. Mrs. Zuron Huse Clair Man was assisted by Niles mrs. John Barber mrs. Kenneth Gile mrs. Ira Chaffee mrs. Charles Gates miss Frances lamp Man mrs. Ernest Roberts mrs. Floyd Patterson and mrs. Ralph Mattison. Serving As waitresses were april Mattison Carol Ryder and Christine . A grass fire which broke out at 3 45 monday afternoon near the Frank l. Haley Home on River Road was quickly extinguished by the Pownal fire department. Cause of the fire was attributed to Sparks from burning rubbish. Or. And mrs. Charles w. Rounds and family have returned from a weeks stay at their Camp in West Chesterfield . The Rev. David Johnson of Nottinghamshire England was the guest monday of or. And mrs. Thomas p. Hurley. Sponsored by the world Council of churches he has been studying at a California theological Seminary under a Fulbright scholarship. The Rev. Or. Johnson is returning to England this week w Here the family farm is located in the heart of Sherwood Forest scene of the famous tales of Robin Hood. Or. And mrs. Fletcher Hall of Pownal Center have returned from several Days tour of the new York worlds fair. Or. And mrs. Rolland Roy and family Are camping tills week in various parts of Northern new York state and Canada. Mrs. Wilbur Hansen of Shelton Conn., has been visiting or. And mrs. Sanfri Kauppi of Pownal Center. Eight new York City youngsters will be arriving in Bennington at 12 36 . Wednesday for vacation periods with seven Pownal hosts participating in the Herald Tribune fresh air fund program. Or. And mrs. Alfred Chenaille and family Are spending a week at their Camp at i Ake St. Catherine. Bible school graduates at Cambridge Cambridge , a More than 150 children have completed the Cambridge vacation Bible school held Here for two weeks. Teachers included mrs. Charles Clark mrs. Lawrence Tate mrs. Milton Cross mrs. Harold Ehrenfreund mrs. Kenneth Goltry mrs. Clinton Carter miss Joy Andrews mrs. Paul Bellemare Clement Crowe the Rev. Clinton c Ter the Rev. Neil Ramsaroop miss Suzanne Gottry miss Suzanne Ehrenfreund miss diary Tate miss Deborah Mcgeoch mrs. William Mcgeoch and miss Jerry Hall. Ivar. Cheney Samuel Weller and Louis Center held woodworking classes for the older boys. Mrs. Henry s. Batesjr. Was director of the school. Graduation exercises were held in the Village Church Friday evening july 9. Barnstormers to sin Quot Here North Bennington a a pleasant summer interlude of music is in store Here saturday evening at 8 . In the school gym. At that time the North Bennington Baptist Church is sponsoring the appearance of the barnstormers a group of male choral singers. The barnstormers is a group made up of businessmen from several northeastern states who enjoy singing together and who spend their vacation each summer giving these informal concerts. They Are appearing in West Rutland on thursday and in fair Haven Friday before coming Here for the saturday concert. The group was founded in 1946 in Waterbury Conn. And has been giving these concerts each year since then. The Public is invited for saturdays program Here. No admission is charged but donations received Are shared with the local sponsors. The Baptist youth Fellowship is sponsoring a smorgasbord supper preceding the concert which will Start at 6 . Saturday in the social rooms of the Baptist Church. This will be a donation supper and the Public is invited to come and enjoy it. Love song r Gillingham eng. Up a the Telephone rang at the police station. A noise in the next door Garden a said a worried voice. A sounds like a file or a Hacksaw. Break in i should police met the caller and went swiftly and silently to the address. Surrounded the Garden. Turned on thief flashlights and pounced a on a pair of amorous hedgehogs singing love songs with their deep rasping voices. It Eston Craft demonstrations Fly lying Marble jewelry off to Philadelphia Arlington High schools representatives to the National convention of future homemakers of America Linda James Pamela Blair and Rose Anne Henning left Arlington by bus at 2 . Monday with other Vermont Iha members. Miss James is state reporter miss Blair state recreation Leader and miss Henning will be a participant in Vermont a Talent entry. All Are juniors at a Mhz. League draws 7. Vermont w filers write the peace corps Washington . 20525 a a by it shed at a Public service in cooperation with the adverting Council. Amp to Jui Ferenee of Burlington a about 75 writers from every Corner of Vermont attended the summer Institute of the league of Vermont writers at Ulm thursday and Friday. President Shannon Mccune of Ulm welcomed the writers and Ronald Rood president of the league introduced the speakers. Charles Paul May renowned writer of juveniles and reviewer of children a books for the new York times advised the writers to a write what you like to read. Others like the same. People read to find answers they cannot find themselves As Well As for he stressed the Point of research. Brainstorming with radio women a editor Mary Pearl was interesting and inspiring suggesting More than 150 article ideas in about to minutes. This was followed by an extensive Dorset patience Brooks 362-2123 mrs. George Streeter or. And children of Millville . Have been spending a Days in South Dorset with or. Streeter smother mrs. George Streeter or. Burlington account by Eleanor Clark on How her award winning Book a Oyster of Lama Raquer a was conceived. A talk on photojournalism accompanied by explanatory slides was Given by Horace b. Eldred head of photojournalism at Champlain College and formerly of the Ulm faculty. A round table discussion with the speakers ended the first Days meeting and the evening was devoted to a banquet at hotel Vermont with author and lecturer Thyra Bjorn As guest1 speaker. The second session opened with a talk by copy editor of Little Brown and co., Mary Rackliffe on what happens to a manuscript until it appears in Book form. Marguerite Wolf spoke about her Book a anything can happen in Vermont a which was followed by an informative round table. The afternoon was devoted to criticism and awarding of prizes for a Short Short Story contest by Faith prior and Elizabeth Kirkness. The next writers convention May be held in Bennington in october according to Carlo welter Searsburg correspondent for the Bennington Banner who attended the meeting from Southern Vermont. Weston a Craft demonstrations at the old grist Mill Here this weekend will be Given by or. Raymond Harris of land Grove and Francis Laliberte of Rutland sponsored by Vermont craftsmen inc. Or. Harris a dentist who practices in Springfield is an ardent Fisherman who will show the Public the Art of tying flies saturday from 2 to 4 . On sunday from 2 to 4 ., Laliberte will demonstrate How he makes the Marble jewelry which has become increasingly popular among vermonters and tourists Over the past nine years. Laliberte will be accompanied by his wife who was responsible for his taking up Marble work. A what started out to be a pair of earrings for me a she says a turned into a paying Hobby. Incidentally he never finished that first pair he started a since that beginning Laliberte has designed and built his own machinery and built his Hobby into a lucrative sideline but he and his wife limit the production so that his work remains a a pleasurable Craft not a business that would dominate our Happy his jewelry has been exhibited at the Rutland fair where it won several Blue ribbons he considers Marble a a nature a work of Art a and he derives his greatest pleasure from bringing out the Beauty of the natural formations in the Stone. Or. Hrris has been tying his own Filles since he was a Small boy and is his friends attest a singularly successful Fisherman a the Man who catches the ones that get away. A native of Nutley ., he attended Lafayette College and the up dental school. After four years in France with the air Force he settled in Landgrove and began practising dentistry in Springfield. In season he Hunts and skis. He is married has one daughter and is the owner of a Brittany Spaniel named Ella who is he claims the be St Hunting dog in Vermont. Sam Madison n. J. Up a women seek suntan for motives which differ according to age John ten Eyck sociology student at Farleigh Dickinson University found during a Survey he said women from 20 to 40 years tend to value suntan for its Beauty living properties. Women Between 41 and 60 Are More Likely to seek the Tan for health reasons. Of those interviewed All Ages 54 per cent sustained his theory that a suntan is highly valued by contemporary american females. Last Ali Wigton Bazaar. A to frat un1 go untre \ net Ion. Yankee doodler East Arlington the summer Bazaar and Tea of the Enterprise society of East Arlington Federated Church will be held july 21, starting at 2 . Mrs. Harry Hayden is in charge. Heading her committees Are mrs. Harold Best food is i i in in a stripped Boise Idaho up a miss fortunes Good Fortune deserted her at a Boise night club where she works As a stripper. Somebody stole her clothes right in the Middle of her act. The show went on however miss f Ortune had another set of clothes. Police say they find a scrap of evidence leading to the thief. Mrs. Max Grout needlecraft mrs. John Ouhl Flowers mrs Roy Grout White elephant mrs Warwick Todd Surprise pack Ages. Mrs. Clyde Dunlap and he committee will serve Tea. In the Early evening then will be soda ice Cream pop Corn Coffee and hot dogs. The Yankee doodles drum Bugle and Baton corps will entertain. There will be a fish Pond Anc Pony rides for the children the latter in charge of Diane Grout the country auction will Star at 7 30 . Wilford Wallace and Francis Owen will have charge. Residents who have pick up items for the auction Are asked to Call either 375-2235 or 375-2222. T i

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