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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Bennington, Vermont 2 a Bennington Banner tuesday july 18, 1967 playground chatter animals on leashes and in cages descended on memorial Park and Stark Street playgrounds Friday morning As the annual pet shows got under Way. At memorial Park 50 youngsters registered their pets for the event and the entries ranged from such common pets As dogs and cats to such bizarre ones As squirrels and turtles. Mrs. Dean Hanson and miss Jane Pello judged the contest amid the Barking of dogs and a Swift tree climb by an anxious cat. The following youngsters were the proud owners of ribbon win Ning cats most markings Glen Sere and Kathy Peterson most unusual Terry Cummings most Beautiful pain Robinson and Kathy Walker smallest Darlene Bentley largest Margaret Mcdermott Linda Mallette Susie Corriveau Riskiest Brenda Kent Cindy Bently Cudd Liest Danny Houran and Gall Noyes. In the dog category the following were winners Cudd Liest Donna main Sheila Prue and Donna Berley liveliest Dave Martin Steve Riddle cutest Scott Smith and Jimmy Lacrox smallest Debbie Davis Randy Gelty and Robbie Hayes friendliest Barbara Burke Bor Tell and Tom Clifford largest Erie Fisher and Linda Beauregard shortest tall Mary Tieman loudest Laureen hard Brian Thayer Best groomed Bobbi Fisher Kathy frailer Carla Burke calmest Brenda King Erie Lacrox Mary tier Nan longest haired Jenny Carroll Kathy Smith Eddie Kinney most unusual Lisa Ripley. The Best cat in the show War. That of Robin Harrington while the Best dog in the show belonged to Carl Mattison. Both boys re Crescent Manor wins award at meeting Bolton Valley Crescent Manor of Bennington was among the nursing Homes receiving plaques thursday As member of the Vermont nursing Home association held their monthly meeting at Bolton Valley Lodge. The plaques were presented to to nursing Homes with extended care facilities. They were honoured by the social Security administration for providing thes facilities for the state s elderly. William Dom District Man Ager of the sea presented the medicare plaques. He explained that Hospital insurance under medicare helps pay for covered services a patient receives in an extended care facility for up to too Days during an illness and allows treatment in cases where patients should not return Home after hospitalization. The i perfect gift Timex watches Best selection in town. Frosts pharmacy 198 Mouth St. Bennington it. Cei Ved stuffed animals for prizes. Perhaps the most interesting part of the show was the awarding of prizes to the miscellaneous pets. The most unusual animal in the show was a Gray Squirrel owned by Carol Mould. The most colourful animal was a parakeet owned by Cindy Heman Clay Taylor s Turtle was judged the quietest while Debbie Babcock s Rabbit was awarded a Blue ribbon for the largest. The funniest pet was a mouse owned by Julie Weaver and the liveliest was a Hamster owned by Rosemary Maxton. Regis Mayhew s Pekinese Quot Jin Jin of Cavo Noch Quot received the Honor of the Best entry at Stark Street. There were two categories a dogs and miscellaneous pets with 12 prizes taken the first Section and seven in the second. Gary Buhl and his toy Fox terrier Quot snoopy Quot and Heidi Winger with her Collie Quot Goldie took first prize in the dog category. Second prize went to Stanley Rowe and his toy Fox terrier Quot Rascal Quot and Chris comps Dachshund Quot Tessie Quot. A Beagle Quot cuff Bert Quot belonging to John Graves and a Collie German Shepherd Quot Ted Quot the Possession of Ronnie Myers earned the two third prizes. Six other prizes were Given the dog category longest Tail Chris barrys Labrador German Shepherd Quot Brandy Quot smallest dog Lisa Lampron s Quot Sam Antha Quot shag Giest dog Rose sche Neski s Shepherd Collie Quot lady Quot shortest legged pan Krawczyk s Dachshund Quot Ginger Quot most obedient Quot Sambo Quot owned of Stephen Lampron longest eared a Beagle Quot Chipper a owned by Mary Morrissey. Winners in the miscellaneous category were the following first prize Dodge Fraher s Hamster Quot fifi Quot second prize Margaret Ottavrano s mouse Quot Zelda Quot fourth prize Steve Garand s salamanders fifth prize Jamie Lamb s goldfish sixth prize Peter Garand s ant Quot Blackie Quot seventh prize Tommy Gar Lana a Caterpillar next wednesday s special event at memorial Park will be a balloon painting contest which will begin at i . The Park will belong to the cowboys and indians next Friday As wild West Day will take place beginning at 9 30 Ann dancers attend convention leaving sunday for new York City to attend the annual dance educators of America convention was a group of students from the Cacelia Greene Callahan school of dance accompanied by their instructor mrs. Callahan. The students were Kathy Maloney Mary Corcoran Charlene Kittel Christine Rice Shirley Ranzona Jeanne Clark and Jay Seaman. Making the trip also was Jeanne Clarks Mother mrs. Marie Clark. The Young dancers will take instruction during the convention from some of the Topflight teachers in All phases of the dance and with their instructor will be learning the most up to Date techniques. The convention is being held again this year at the Waldorf Astoria and the group will at tend the sessions through Friday. I expected support c i c ago u Pic an angry mob formed when robbery suspect Frank Ross 34, was shot by a policeman. But they went away when Ross said Quot shut up. They could have killed the Bennington Banner telephones business. 442-6300 newsroom.442-2800 advertising. 442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Dally except sunday and Legal Holiday at 425 main St., Bennington vt., 05201 by the Banner publishing corporation. Members at United press International which is entitled exclusively to use Tor republication of a1 local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 10c per Day j rates by mail for 50-mlle radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30. 6 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington it. 05201 a sincere dignified service 4 a a a Leat a to miss i Ibi it funeral director a. Sen i Hemici Rifchin my surrounding Arent for Over 30 years under the same ownership. A member of the . A. Vej Weir i p Moi. A s on fungal Home Bennington a father Sanderson named chaplain at Hoosac school exhibits at Svac a fat Adams Art instructor at Bennington College greets Well wishers at a saturday showing of her work at the Southern Vermont Art Center in Manchester her works will be exhibited until aug 7. Miller Morgan Hoise breeders slate 4-1 Lay program Montpelier a four Days of varied activity entering on mor Gan horses will be offered As a vacation attraction for mid August by the Moi Gan horse breeders of Vermont the program will begin with a two Day tour of seven outstanding Vermont Morgan horse farms on aug 15 and 16. On aug 17 a Quot Morgan familiarization Day Quot will be held at four Breeding farms. On the fourth Day a Morgan photography Day will be held at the Helicon farm of John Hamlin in Shaftsbury. Morgan familiarization Days offer the Public an Opportunity to see horse handling procedures demonstrated and to actually handle the horses arid practice the procedures on Champion morgans. The photography Day will see the horses presented in a variety of roles to a com m of ate picture taking Enthus a lasts. Quot we Bailey that with the possible exception of the human figure no subject surpasses the spirited horse As a subject for said Hamlin chairman of tile program. During the seven stops on the two Day tour Morgan horses will be presented in action in harness and under Saddle the tour begins it 9 . On aug. 15 at Helicon farm later in the Day stops Are scheduled Iii Abington Manchester and Pitts Ford. The program for the second Day begins with a to . Exhibition at the University of Vermont Morgan farm near Middlebury and continues with scope near the towns of Richmond and Rochester visitors will be the guests of Morgan breeders for All activities at no charge but Are requested to make Advance reservations in order that the group May be held to a convenient size. Reservations and informal lion can be obtained by contacting Vermont Morgan owners flux 80, route 2, Bennington. David Peterson to attend scout Jamboree Rutland David r. Peterson of troop 353 of the second congregational Church Bennington is among five scouts specially selected to represent Ethan Allen Council boy scouts of America at the Xii world Jamboree to be head at Farragut state Park in Idaho aug. I to 9 he is a son of or and mrs. Edwin Peterson of Harrison Avenue. The other scouts named were Robert a Griffin of saxons River f Lee b. Harris of Proctorsville Jeffrey t. Robinson and Douglas Lombard both of Windsor. They will leave july 25 and will travel As part of a contingent from Region one which includes the states of Vermont new Hampshire Maine Rhode Island Massachusetts and Connecticut. On the Way they will visit san Francisco see the largest Redwood Forest in the world tour Portland Oregon and travel the Columbia River Gorge Highway to Spokane wash., and then to the Jamboree. Robert e. West of Rutland has been assigned As an assistant scoutmaster of Jamboree troop 32 at the 13,000 scout Encampment. He is the Ethan Allen Council explorer advisor and is states attorney of Rutland county. Carlos f. Zezza of Chester will serve As Host troop scoutmaster the Jamboree. He is a member of the a Council s executive Board and president of the Connecticut Valley broadcast i a corporation. In a Ray school miss Bette sue Thompson daughter of or. And mrs Charles w. Thompson of Willow Road has entered the school of a Ray technique at Mary Fletcher Hospital Burlington the two year course began july 5,miss Thompson graduated in june with the first class from it. Anthony Union High school where she had been Active. Lloyd St is sati ois Al 12 piece Argus super Light movie outfit cat Ridge loading movie camera projector Light bar carrying Case Many other items Only 2 50 weekly Fienberg a 447 main St. Baiting ton it. Automated . Bigger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. The Rev. Herbert w. Sanderson assistant Rector at St. Peters episcopal Church will become chaplain at the Hoosac school in Hoosick . In september. He will also Quot look into the possibility of establishing some kind of guidance program Quot and teach theology and music. His wife also will become organist at the 78-year-old episcopal preparatory school. Father Sanderson came to St. Peters in november 1965 and worked in a wide Range of Parish activities. He proposed that St. Peters sponsor the teen age Coffee House that uses the Church every Friday night. Father Sanderson graduated from Boston University in 1953 with a bachelors degree in music. He was then immediately drafted into the army and served mostly in Korea. He was a trombonist in the army band and later a chaplains assistant where he was both an organist and a Typ 1st. From 1955 to 56 he studied music at the Harvard graduate school and in 1959 graduated from the Berkely divinity school an episcopal Seminary in new Haven father Sanderson a first Parish was St. Peters in Lyndon Ville where he was Vicai to a sunday attendance of Between "35 and 65 people Quot and also served a Church at Island Pond 20 Miles away Quot it was a 7 15 sunday service at St. Peters Over the Moun he is married to the former Elizabeth Fickenger whom he Calls Quot the one fruit of my Harvard graduate school miss Fickenger attended the Church where the Rev. Sanderson played the Organ. He met her there he relates. The couple has three children Margaret 8, Rebecca 7, and Catharine 3. Quot All kinds of things made me want to be a minister Quot father Sanderson says. Quot most important i guess was a belief that christianity is fundamentally True my particular interest in the ministry and the belief i could do some sort of Job of he is a Quick witted and very approachable cleric with distinctly Liberal theological views and he is full of Praise for the dynamism within his Church. Quot the Church is really a very alive very exciting place Quot he says. Quot and its changing All the computers used Washington up a the nations railroads Are setting up a computer system to help keep track of and make More efficient use of their 1.8 million freight cars. The association of american railroads announced the new system wednesday noting that of it managed to increase freight car Quot turnaround Quot or reuse after destination is reached by to per cent it would be comparable to adding 150,000 new cars to service. Rev. Herbert Sanderson Tain to Island Pond for 9 15, and Back to St. Peter s for 11 15. It was a Long cold drive in the Winter Quot father Sanderson recalls. In 1961, father Sanderson became Rector at St. Paul a in Vergennes which then had Over too communicants. He also taught music at the weeks school in Vergennes for delinquent minors and stayed in Vergennes four years before he came to Bennington. Now 36, father Sanderson decided to go to the Hoosac school because he says Quot i like adolescents and i like colourful but practical serving dishes. Something new at. Nov Eck a see our window or come in and browse around our gift display. Quot your gift h e and quarters Quot Noveck Shultz inc 411 main St. Bennington it. J the big new 5<yb interest at the Vermont Bank amp Trust now earn 5% interest on certificates of Deposit at the Vermont Bank and Trust. Minimum $1,000. Minimum time period six months. Your Money is fully insured by f. . Up to $15,000. No other Bank in the state is so interesting. 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