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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 7, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Assault Rock lab report inconclusive Manchester a a police Laboratory report on a Rock allegedly used in an assault against mrs. Joyce Hurley Here May 25 indicates that it possibly but not positively May have been the weapon involved. Because of the Type of Rock fingerprints did not show up in the analysis police chief Dana l. Thompson said today. Bloodstains and skin were not in evidence either Thompson said although hair on the Rock May have been mrs. Hurley s. The Rock had been sent to the new York state police lab in Albany. On the night of the reported assault mrs. Hurley said she was struck on the head by an recognizable assailant who entered her Home after she and her two children had gone to bed. Her husband was in Burlington where he has established a business office and where the Hurley intend to move As soon As a new Home is completed for them. Chief Thompson also reported that he is Quot checking on a sus fact Quot in connection with a Seres of Anonymous nuisance phone tails made to a number of local women during which the caller has nothing to say. A Arlington alumni hold 40th dinner 1 Arlington a More than 200 attended the 40th annual banquet of the Arlington alumni association which was held May 29 at the town House in Cambridge . The Dorothy Canfield Fisher Progress award presented to prudence Kuhl and Russell Holton is Given annually to the senior boy and girl showing the most improvement scholastically and socially during four years of High school the attendance cup for the class having the most members present went to the class of 1964. A outgoing president William Finney presided Over the business meeting. New officers elected Are Dorothy Grout president Arnold Wilcox first vice president Joyce Wyman second vice president Sandra Andrews Secretary Philip Bahan treasurer William Finney Beatrice Mattison Thurston Hulett trustees. Mrs. Anna Trawle was banquet chairman this year and will continue in the Post for another year. Is bus baccalaureate Beaumont Down the Hatch the cast of Quot county fair Quot a play on dental Hygiene presented during the elementary department s Spring program Friday night in Hoosick Falls Central school sing Quot we drink our first Row from left Are Jean Stetson Craig Reopel Arthur Nash Joseph Springer Bernard Zilinskas Marti Niles second Row Juanita Therriault Patricia Sherman Barbara Sharkey Jeanette Hall Beverly Kalinowski Susan Brandalik Connie Stevens Karen Hall Susan Williams and Sherry Bennett. Director was mrs Christine Spence dental hygienist. Pownal Church dedicates Flat is Pownal a a dedication service for memorial flags was held sunday at North Pownal congregational Church with the Rev. John a Hatch in charge. Ushers were Dean Dixon and William Church and Flag bearers were Mary Burdick and Gary Church representing the youth group. Salutes to the Christian and american flags were led by Earl and John Grusendorf of troop 47, Bra. Members of the Gold Star mothers were welcomed. Accompanied by John Riddle of Bennington mrs. Rupert Young guest soloist Sang Quot sheep May safety Graze Quot by Bach and special hymns included Quot Onward Christian soldiers Quot Quot America the Beautiful Quot Quot of lord our god thy mighty hand Quot and Quot Faith of our the Rev. Or. Hatch spoke on Quot flags to follow Quot and outlined the historical background of the memorial flags. Quot the flags dedicated today speak of the Devotion of the Whipple family to our Church Quot he said. Quot mrs. Arthur c. Heublein daughter of Marcus and Frances Whipple has Given gifts in memory of her parents and sister which have helped in the Purchase of our Organ made possible the modernizing of the parsonage Kitchen and provided a major share in the Furnace fund for the Church building. May these flags Ever remind us to serve god faithfully in our generation As others have in the the Pownal Vera Langlais 823-7716 Pownal Pioneer 4-h ers Are planning a picnic supper july 29 at the Mason Home on Carpenter Hill. The annual 4-h Field Day is scheduled for july 31 at Camp Onawa Sunderland. Airman 3.c. Robert l. Buck of the us air Force who has been stationed at Ellsworth fab rapid City so. Since last november is spending a 30-Day leave with his parents or. And mrs. Robert j. Buck at their Home in North Pownal. He will return to Ellsworth where he is a Jet engine Mechanic june 28. Arthur e. George chairman of the Board of selectmen has announced that the june allotment of government surplus food has arrived and will be distributed to residents registered for the her Mitrius Hor my Las Adams hollies Shoji Quot shoes too Quot free parking in rear of store Price our tigers at your own risk. Coming into a Pontiac dealer s and not expecting to drive out with one of our cars is a Little like tweaking a Tiger s Tail and not expecting to be devoured. Take our tempests for instance. We not Only Load them with scads of Standard equipment but Price them so Low you la probably want to buy two and go into show business. The wide track Pontiac tigers Cowe to Tiger country. See the new Bonneville. Star chief. Grand Pru. Catalina. 2-2, be mans. To and tempest at your authorized Pontiac dealer. Walter l. Barber inc. 114 North Bennington re. Bennington it. Rev. Abernethy warns seniors on True nature of the enemy Quot Bennington Banner monday june 7, 1965�?5 Arlington Helene Thompson 375-2325 by Elizabeth Dwyer North Bennington a the class of 1965 at North Bennington High school was last night challenged to make sure they knew the True nature of the enemy if they meant to carry with them into the world their class motto Quot armed with truth and the Challenge was issued by the Rev. William b. Abernethy of the North Bennington congregational Church in a baccalaureate address in the school gym attended by a Large gathering of relatives and friends of the class. The Rev. Or. Abernethy suggested that everyone believes that he is to a certain extent armed with the truth. However in today s troubled and changing world he noted that it becomes More and More difficult to know which is the right Side of Many questions. Quot in the complicated War in Viet Nam both sides believe they Are right. The americans believe that the Battle is to free the South vietnamese for political democracy the communists believe they Are fighting to give the people a kind of economic democracy a and Freedom from what they believe to be the imperialistic Aims of the United states Quot he said. The Armor of Hope the Rev. Or. Abernethy told the seniors comes from a firm belief in the rightness of a cause or an idea and without Hope men fail prey to despair. He cited a number of men who Quot had made a Dent in history Quot because they refused to give up their belief in the truth As they saw it and their Hope that one Day All men would accept it As the truth. He listed Galileo Copernicus and later Darwin among those who suffered ridicule ostracism and persecution because they would not give up their belief in certain scientific principles later accepted As the basis of modern thought. In the contemporary world he listed or. Martin Luther King As an example of those who fight for a belief in the rightness of a cause. Quot Only to years ago or. Kings efforts to implement his belief that All men Are created equal were considered too Radical too premature too dangerous Quot the Rev. Or. Abernethy said Quot but because he would not abandon his belief he has helped the negro race to take at least a few giant Steps toward a fulfilment of the belief in the speaker warned the seniors that they must engage the True enemy they must fight not people but the forces that hold men in bondage. Quot your fight must be against communism not communists segregation not segregationists racism not racists poverty not the poor against hatred fear and prejudice not those who hate who Are afraid who Are prejudiced Quot he emphasized. He challenged the seniors to stick to their beliefs and to Trust themselves to put their Armor of truth and Hope into constant practice. Quot do that and these words will be not your motto but your Banner Quot he said. The Nuhs string ensemble Shaftsbury r fran Stacy 442-6524 the lecturer has announced that Taconic Grange will not meet june to due to graduation and the Date of neighbors night will be announced later. Program tuesday at the town office from 4 to 7 . A cub scout and boy scout round table for Taconic District Green Mountain Council inc., has been scheduled for wednesday at 7 45 . In the Manchester Grange Hall. Scoutmaster cub masters assistants troop committees Den mothers and parents Are All invited to attend for an evening of Quot fun and Joseph w. Hart District scout executive will be in charge. Graduation nine students will be graduated from Grade 8 at North Pownal graded school thursday night at 8 in the school auditorium. The class has chosen As its motto Quot learners today leaders tomorrow Quot Flower american Beauty Rose and colors american Beauty and White. A program will be presented by grades 7 and 8 with music under the direction of Theodore Cook. Diplomas will be presented by a member of the school Board and special awards Given by principal Harold Pratt. Graduates Are Jerry Bellville Barbara Burdick Gary Church James Danforth Patrick Danforth Bruce Hurley Linda Jacobsen Sharon Jelley and Richard Pudvar. Lyndonville doctor Heads slate vied Leal society Manchester a or. Ralph r. Jardine of Lyndonville was installed As president of the Vermont state medical society at that organization s 152nd annual meeting held at the Equinox House Here last weekend. Or. Jardine was born in Toronto can., and received his undergraduate education at Amherst. He received his . Degree from Harvard and interned at Rhode Island Hospital Providence. He has practice in Lyndonville since 1939. He is a past president of the Caledonia county medical society and the Vermont chapter american Academy of general practice. For Many years he served As chairman of the Rural health committee of the Vermont state mrs. Soil lieu Heads sea association Hoosick Falls . A mrs. James Sennett was elected president of the Home and school association of St. Mary s Academy at its regular meeting wednesday night. Other officers elected include mrs. Haswell Sweet vice president mrs. Charles Leeseman Secretary and mrs. William Thurber treasurer. Installation ceremonies will take place at the first meeting in september. Wednesday night s meeting was conducted by mrs. Richard Powers sr., retiring president who expressed gratitude to her fellow officers and members of the faculty and association for their cooperation special recognition was Given to mrs. Gabriel Crucetti. The administration represented by the Rev. Thomas Cook Osa sister Mary Sheila Csc and sister Mary Jude Obj expressed appreciation to the association for support of school activities. Shaftsbury school sets graduation Shaftsbury a the eighth Grade graduation program of Shaftsbury elementary school will be held in the Multi purpose room wednesday at 8 . Thirty two pupils Are in the class this year and the theme of the program will be Quot the negro in american parents and friends of the school Are invited. Medical society. Or. Jardine is Active in Community affairs serving on the executive committee of the Board of trustees of Lyndon Institute and As senior Warden at St. Peter s Church. Or. Jardine succeeds or. Clifford b. Harwood of Manchester who presided throughout the session. Lake paran fireworks Sei North Bennington fireworks and a band concert will Mark the official opening of Lake paran next sunday evening. The recreational facility will open saturday but the Celebration is set for sunday to give More people a Chance to enjoy it. The band concert to be held in the new shelter at the Lake is scheduled to get under Way about 8 ., and the fireworks exhibition will Start As soon As it is sufficiently dark. Paran has had a fireworks display to celebrate its opening for the past few years and events have attracted Large crowds of onlookers to watch the pyrotechnics in their unusual Lake setting. Dan Fager and Sanford Buxbaum of the paran directors Are in charge of the event and report that the fireworks Are Here and so far they have nobly resisted the temptation to set off even one tiny roman Candle. Menus Wash la Wear sport shirts Short sleeve 1.69 451 main St open thur k Fri. N i t e s. Til i 9 Call now for a free estimate Burnham Jubilee wet base a cast Iron Oil fired boiler lifetime efficiency. Vertical flue travel Complete heating service Jos. A. Nadeau inc. No. Bennington phone 2-4006 directed by Harold Rohinsky played the traditional processional for the 29 seniors garbed in Caps and gowns of Blue and White. Junior marshals were Carlene Fuller and Kenneth Harrington. The Brief but solemnly effective service also included Pezel s Quot sonata no. 2&Quot played by a brass choir made up of George Plue Gary Briggs David Wick Enden Dale Whitman and George Elwell. The girls glee club Sang Quot the Green Cathedral Quot by Hahn As their Salute. Or. And mrs. Robert and family spent the weekend in Bolton conn., with Macksey s sister and family or. And mrs. F. W. Miner. On saturday evening they attended the Manchester Conn High school alumni banquet of which Macksey is a member. Calendar monday a 8 ., ladies Aid West Arlington Church Community rooms. Tuesday a 7 ., Yankee doodles drum and Bugle corp rehearse kindergarten rooms 7 30 ., Arlington choral group Community rooms West Arlington 7 30 ., special meeting american legion Post 69, request of John Hannon commander legion rooms 8 ., american legion auxiliary legion rooms. Wednesday a 6 ., indians is. Red sox Little league Field North Bennington 8 . Red it. Chapter Oes meets in the masonic Temple. Thursday a 6 ., pirates is. Braves in North Bennington. Friday a 8 ., red it. Lodge 63 meets in the masonic Temple. Saturday a pirates is. Indians in Arlington. Grand Union and grand Way double Stamps every wednesday a in mild cure lean Short Shank smoked picnics a a % i % amp a a f h. It jul tender flavorful cubed veal steaks Armour Star sliced beef liver la la 79< 39< cup this Coupon a a i free 200 is Stamps with this Coupon and the Purchase of one j be Hickory smoked canned Ham Pudt Mabl at your Friendly. Grand Union or grand Way Coupon Good monday june 7 thru wednesday june 9 limit one Coupon per customer j7/777 Bing California luscious it Western Sweet Juicy Honeydew California Lemons Sunkist 39 a 49< 12 29< j All vegetable shortenings Crisco-79 banquet Frozen meat dinners 2 it 79< Imperial 4%#% Margarine quarters is .0-. Nam. 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