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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 5, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 8-Bennlngton Banner wednesday june 5, 1983 the Pownal Vin Tel a s-7719 six Young people will be graduated thursday night from the North Pownal graded school a Gall King Betty Ann Buck Nancy Richter Donna Harrington Steven lessor and Roger Pratt. Graduation ceremonies will be held in the school auditorium starting at 7 30 with traditional commencement selections music and awards. Seventh Grade pupils will assist in the singing of the graduation songs a Vermont Quot and the program has been arranged under the direction of Harold Pratt grammar room teacher with mrs. Marcel Langlais serving As pianist. Following the ceremonies a reception has been planned for the graduates their parents and teachers at the North Pownal firehouse. Residents of the Pownal a wig with other towns in Bennington county have the Opportunity of being a Friendly town hosts Quot under the program sponsored by the Herald Tribune fresh air fund. Under the plan needy children in Good health and ranging in age from 5 to 12 years Are Given a Brief respite from the new York City streets and the Chance to enjoy a few weeks of fun in the Sun at a country Home. The costs of transportation any medical emergency which might arise and administration Are paid through the fund which was established in 1882. Hosts who May specify As to age religion race and sex Are asked Only to open their Homes for a Short period of two weeks or More to the youngsters who will be arriving in Bennington county on july 16 and will be returning to the City july 30, aug. 13 and aug. 27. It is hoped that the Pownal will be counted among the a Friendly. Towns Quot who will a give summer to a further information May be obtained by contacting the county chairman mrs. Fred Stacy of South Shaftsbury or the local chairman mrs. Marcel Langlais. Although formal ceremonies for eighth Grade amp pupils in the Pownal town scow amp a District will not be held this year a reception is being planned for graduates parents and invited guests june to in the Pownal firehouse. The annual picnic arrangements for All grades Are being made for tuesday june la. Seventh and eighth Grade students made a trip to Montpelier this week where they had the Opportunity of viewing the legislature in session. The Pownal fire department auxiliary held its final meeting of the season last night when they voted to contribute $250 to the fire department. The group will also sponsor a reception at the firehouse for Pownal eighth Grade graduates their parents and invited guests monday night assisted by members of the Pownal Parent teacher group. The auxiliary will be in charge of a food table at an auction scheduled for saturday morning at the former Dunn Homestead in South Pownal starting at to. Mrs. Henrietta Langlais was appointed chairman for the project. Monthly meetings of the auxiliary will resume in september. Nuhs grads will hear sen. Prouty North Bennington a sen. Winston l. Prouty Vermont s Junior member of the us. Senate will be the speaker at graduation exercises of North Bennington High school to be held thursday evening june 13, at 8 in the school gymnasium. A class of 39, the largest in history will receive diplomas from the local High school at that time. At Nuhs the members of the graduating class vote Early in their senior year for North Bennington ohm Dwyer some ideas for father s Day dress Slacks by botany 9.95 and 19.95 Wash Slacks 4.95and 5.95 shop Church St. Dial 686-9031 Hoosick foils hey. Switch to the Best rent nameless electric water Heater just phone our nearest office Only i l2-6.il 6 per month Central Vermont Public service corporation Early Bird service one Day round trip spend 6 hours in new York for visiting or shopping la. Bennington 7 20 . To Only. City la. New York 6 00 . On return today chuckle one thing that should keep America rolling is the shortage of parking places. Vermont transit lines bus terminal 126 Washington St. Phone 442-4808 new Low prices a hit Point r space saving deluxe to cd. It. Refrigerator a Only 28 inches wide a full Width Glide out crisper . Rudd co. 201 South St dial 442 9056 sen. Winston l. Prouty their Choice As a commencement speaker and sen. Prouty was chosen in this Way by the class of 1963. The Start of a Busy week for the graduating class comes Friday afternoon of this week when the members of the class and the school faculty will be guests of the Home economics department at the senior Tea. Rev. Alfred Scott of the local Baptist Church will be the speaker at the baccalaureate program on sunday evening june 9, at 8 in the gym. Although discontinued for several years in the local school the traditional a class night Quot program is being revived this year by the seniors and will be presented tuesday at 8. The final event of graduation week is the alumni association dinner saturday evening at 7 when the members of the class of 1963 will be guests of the Nuhs alumni association at its annual meeting. The Public is invited to the baccalaureate and class night programs. However because of the size of the class and the need for seat for their family and friends school officials regret that admission to the commencement program on thursday will be limited to those who have tickets. In. Bennington student earns b. A. Degree Wooster Ohio a Deborah Phoebus Elwell daughter of mrs. George Elwell Prospect Street North Bennington is a candidate for the degree Bachelor of arts at the College of Wooster. The College s 93rd commencement will be held june to at to . And baccalaureate is at 10 30 ., sunday. The 250 graduates represent 24 states and seven foreign countries with largest groups from Ohio Pennsylvania new Jersey and new York. Ohioans represent 38 per cent of the total number. Miss Elwell an English major did her Independent study on world War i As portrayed in a representative sampling of american fiction. She was president of women s self government association and belonged to Phi Alpha Theta history honorary. Miss Deborah p. Elwell lasting work new York up a workmen building the egyptian pyramids looped wire through the Back of Ceramic tiles to fasten them to the Walls. The tiles Are still there almost like new even though they Lack the finesse modern tile men would use to attack. Them such As epoxy resin adhesives or a a dry set Quot Portland Cement. School almost out this is the last week of school for the children in the elementary grades Here. There will be class picnics thursday and on Friday one last appearance must be made at school to finish up the housekeeping duties before that glorious moment when the whole wide wonderful summer stretches ahead. The Only Fly in the ointment is that one final report card that everybody must bring Home Friday. Or. And mrs. Bernard Mccarthy or. And mrs. . Blu to or. And mrs. George Dona Van or. And mrs. Bernard Loamy and Robert Keough represented the no Shaft Lions club at the annual District Lions convention held last weekend at Bonnie Oaks at Lake Morey in Fairlee. Children s Day will be observed at the congregational Church Here sunday june 9, with members of the Church school taking a part in the service. Three Arlington Lions attend District meet Arlington a the eighth annual convention of Lions District 45 was held at Fairlee vt., this. Past weekend with three delegates and their wives attending from the local club. They were president John and mrs. Whalen treasurer Harry and mrs. Burgess and Deputy District governor Robert and mrs. Buck. The convention held at Bonnie Oaks on Lake Morey was a mixture of business and pleasure. Awards were made at the saturday banquet. Buck had the Honor of presenting the Paul w. Laskey trophy to the Norwich club for their attendance at local and zone meetings membership development and prompt payment of All required dues. Laskey had been a very Active member of the Arlington club until his accidental death a year ago. Chuck Flanders Secretary of the local club received a too per cent award for a Job will done. Tours of Hopkins Center at Dartmouth College and the new England Power co., Wilder dam were taken. Arlington Ann ennui Tel or 5-2sm scoutmaster Kenneth Clayton would like to remind the parents of scouts who plan to go to Camp Sunrise that the fees should be in his hands by june to. Local 1199 of the machinist Uhlon helped to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Union with a meeting entertainment and anniversary cake. Held at the Fisher school a Large group attended with Many guests including Bill Bradt of Selkirk n.y., grand Lodge representative Raymond Hannon Rutland Matthew Demore new York general vice president James Cross Secretary treasurer of Vermont Al Cio and several delegates of the Bennington Central labor Council. The entertainment included a Reading by Lester Brush entitled a Nineteen men who knew what they wanted Quot mrs. Nora Lester who presented a Reading a Liams 75 a pantomime depicting conditions before and after the joining of a Union was enacted by Ernest Reed it Ilian Jack Wilkins Union worker Henry Hall new employer and James Rae. Clark Stone entertained with accordian music As did mrs. Emerson Mclenithan. Donald Reed and his Cornet added to the program. A standing ovation was Given Henry Markey who is retiring after 20 years of service. Shutout stars new York up a Bob Friend of the Pittsburgh pirates and Bob Gibson of the St. Louis cardinals each pitched five shutouts last year. Bennington Dri it in Heater today thru sat. Paul Newman Hud a Paramount release in a Ltd trs and Quot girls girls girls a technicolor Elvis Presley of Tel Mimsi families will have their children baptised during this special service. A feature of this year s children s reprogram will be the introduction of the new curriculum to be used in the Church school next year. The North Bennington graded school Board is most anxious to have All those interested in the local school and in school taxes on hand tonight in the school gym at 7 30 ., when a meeting has been called to discuss in detail the crowding problem Here. Wilmington a memorial Day Wilmington memorial Day services Here began in the memorial Hall with the advancing of the color guard Stewart Brown Eugene Sullivan Leonard Boyd and Kenneth Sullivan. An invocation by Rev. Henry Peck followed. Michael Raymo was the announcer of the program. Lincoln s Gettysburg address was delivered by Michael Morgan and Lincoln s a tribute to women Quot by sue Clough. Musical selections were a Onward Christian soldiers Quot by the Wilmington High school band and a America Quot by the congregational Church Junior choir. A recitation a we deck their Graves alike today Quot was Given by Deborah Brown and Mary Pike followed by a Flag Drill of the girl scouts. Retiring of the colors and a Benediction by Rev. Peck closed the first part of the services. The Parade program opened at the Bridge with a prayer by Rev. Peck. As the band played a nearer my god to thee Quot the boy scouts tossed a Wreath on the water. A Salvo by the firing squad Joseph Spirka Robert Maynard Martin Rose Alfred Soupart Harold Rice Earl Brown Clinton Hall or. And George Dixon under the command of George Kershaw rang through the town. Taps were played by Isabelle Raymo and John Vansantvoord. At the Library wreaths were placed at the Veteran s Monument by the boy scouts. Edmund Lahar spoke on the Day s significance. The High school band played the National Anthem and the Parade advanced to the rest land cemetery. Here Percy Haskins gave the legion prayer and Peter Johnson and Isabelle Raymo blew taps followed with a Salute by the firing squad. The Parade dissolved after the boy scouts placed a Wreath at the memorial Tablet on the school grounds. Thelma Lamorder and Jeannette Brown were responsible for the program. Leo Emery George Streeter Alberta Coleman Jeannette Brown Hannah Sullivan and Joanne Ward were in charge of the Graves decorations. The Flag committee consisted of Ralph Medbury and Leo Emery. Credit for decoration of the memorial Hall goes to the Victory Grange and Wreath were made by Jeannette Brown. Russell Hanson was officer of the Day and Wayne Timmerman and George Streeter Parade marshals. Harte theatre phone 442-4990 Bennington tonight thru sat. Eve. 6 30 amp 8 40 . Salem Dover no Ouck a Melvyn Patricia Brandon Douglas Neal Dewilde Panay Talon is Ritt. Irving Ravitch Wun Ritt who to a Milf Irving raw tech Harry i Frank a urn we Emo i Eimer Bernstein a a Paramount Kusell 11&Quot Tina ii. It 47 North Hoosick How Tork i tonight thru sat. \ also Yin >v.w,v,. a r ii min Mitt i i Bui plus Burn Witch Burn Janet Blair Wilmington ans attend Lions meet in Fairlee Wilmington a or. And mrs. Robert Lamorder of Wilmington were among the 212 persons who attended the three Day Lions District 45 convention at Bonnie Oakes in Fairlee. A banquet and dance was Given in Honor of Chet Page of the Whitingham a Jacksonville Lions club who was elected District governor of the Lions of Veffa Mont. Rev. Crew of Norwich said the invocation and Charles Kelton of the White River club acted As master of ceremony. The Norwich club presented a minstrel show under the direction of Stan Harrington and Lamorder showed coloured a slides of last years convention at mount Snow. He also assisted Earl Gilbert of Woodstock Lions at the school for presidents elect. A necrology service in memory of Lions deceased during the past year was conducted by father Doherty of Bradford and Rev. Lauren House of Norwich. Charles Fellows of the White River club was chairman of the convention while the Norwich and Bradford clubs served As hosts. District governor de Handley of St. Albans gave the welcoming speech and the invocation was by Rev. , George of Bradford. Whitney Burnham athletic director of Dartmouth and inter National director Carl Koessler of Woburn mass., were principal speakers. Lamorder said that Chet Eaton of the Rutland club gave the convention an excellent Start As master of ceremony. Various gifts were presented to a number of members and clubs in recognition of their outstanding work for the convention. A yearling stallion Shetland Pony raised on the Charles Kelton farm in Norwich was presented to International director Carl Roessler by the Norwich and Bradford clubs. Arthur Brown of Presque Isle Maine International representative was in attendance throughout the convention and a steady companion of the Lam orders. Arlington youth degree candidate Boulder Colo. A Andrew b. Smith of Arlington will be a candidate for a Bachelor of architecture degree at the University of Colorado s 125th commencement exercises to be held Here Friday afternoon in Folsom stadium. Nearly 2,000 degrees will be conferred during the ceremonies. This year s tentative list includes 1,491 candidates Forback Elor s degrees 325 master s degrees 80 doctors of Medicine 51 Law 46 doctors of philosophy and 19 doctors of education. Quigg Newton who will step Down As president of the University july i to become president of the Commonwealth fund will give the commencement address. By a. Miha Quot my Cabot sir Vuk i he a got everything for Home improvement except the Money. That a Why hell make a Low Cost Home improvement loan at the Vermont Bank and Trust company. You should too. The Vermont Bank and Trust co. 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