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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 8, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Woman98 world bachelors beware june a the traditional month of brides. Notice that they never say june the traditional month of grooms right at this moment predatory females everywhere Are making plans to hurl thousands of bachelors into Matrimony and paternity. Chances Are that you bachelors who Are suddenly finding yourselves on the Way to the altar even of you can t remember whose idea it was Are still in the euphoric mood where you smile at stray dogs. While you Are in this Good mood i feel it is my duty to Tell you some things you ought to know about married life. Resides you Haven t got anything else to do anyway. All the attention is focused on the Bride to be who is Busy with gowns and Silver and showers and does t have time to talk to you now a of this is not female propaganda this is the straight dope. I will not Only Tell you what your bewitching Bride is going to say i am going to pull out All the stops and Tell you what she Means. Soon after you return from the honeymoon and get settled into your apartment you will have to Stop living on love and Start Back on food. She will say Quot ill run into the Kitchen and whip up something she does not mean whip up she Means thaw out. And because her tone implied that you would soon be eating you envision a Short lapse of 15 minutes or so. Relax. That is not your Mother out there at the stove. In All those boxes and bags of Shower loot that you lugged in there was not one paring knife. She is peeling your potatoes with a Steak knife. Read the paper. All of it including the classifieds. When she finally Calls you to the table you must conceal your Shock. It wont be hard since the dining area will be illuminated by two candles. This is your first meal. But cheer up. Things will get better eventually. A of the next Little ritual you will run into is known in be Malese As Quot rinsing a few things which May sound innocuous but. Well to put it bluntly she is going to turn the bathroom into a steaming Jungle of Drippy Nylon Hose panties slips and other Dainty Lacy items. They Are going to drip cold drips on your Back if you take a Bath and they Are going to twine themselves around your if you try to navigate a Shower. Good Luck. The imminent arrival of your first guests is going to throw the woman you married into a Tizzy. She will say Quot this place travel kits styled by Trina fitted and unfitted Zipper top and clutch style 81.00 to 87.50 Nichols use our convenient Union St. Customer parking lot amp Entrance by Jean Wass in is a mess i must clean it this is no i time for honesty so you do not say Quot for gosh Sakes it s Only the Jones a not the your Best bet is to Retreat into the Quot Library Quot under the wet stockings. When you come out the place will be sparkling. Gone will be the pile of newspapers that you Haven t read yet gone will be the sports Magazine you picked up on the Way Home from work gone will be the pack of cigarettes you threw on top of the Teepee set. Done to mourn the loss you can to smoke until the company arrives. You might dirty the ashtrays. Just stand around. And Hope they hurry up. You can to sit Down because she plumped up All the pillows. All that has gone before is minor Here s the one to watch out for Quot dear i our bit for Charity it will not be a Manly gesture of you burst into tears and throw a Tantrum but you will have reason to. Before you Ware married you probably bought it few new things like underwear. But you not invest in a whole new wardrobe. Because you like the old sweater and that was your Lucky fishing hat and there was absolutely nothing wrong with that old sport coat that new buttons and some leather patches on the elbows cure. They will be gone so Don t go look in the closet. You will have done Quot our Quot bit for Charity. I have to run to the store for a few Well Don t just plan to sit there. Yes. You. She will not mean that she is going. She will be telling you that she a already spent the household Money and that she certainly can to admit that its gone and ask you for More and that the bread and milk and cigarettes of yes a dozen eggs will have to come out of your allowance. Incidentally this will not be your clue to asking where the Money has gone she will say that you Are accusing her of being a bad manager and you will have to reassure her and by the time you kiss and make up the store will be closed and you wont have any eggs for breakfast. Fortunately in a running out of space. I mean i done to want her to blame me of you done to show up at the Church. And in spite of what in be said the married state is a Good life. Just ask any happily married Many ask my Well i wonder what he a laughing at. George Smalls to Mark 50th anniversary or. And mrs. George e. Small of 119 West main St., who observe their Golden wedding anniversary tuesday will hold Quot open House Quot at their Home of tuesday from i to 8 . They have extended an invitation to All their neighbors and friends. Or. Small and the former in Bells Carson were married at the methodist parsonage on school Street by the Rev. , Dow on june la 1913. They have resided Here since thetas marriage and Are Long time members of the first methodist Church. Or. Small is a skilled harness maker by Trade one of the few left in the state. He is still working some after More than 60 years. Mrs. Small is a native of Northern Ireland and or. Small of Scotland. They have three children Carson a chemist at Republic steel in Troy . Janet a registered nurse with the education department of Concord . State Hospital and mrs. Margaret Shepherd a professional Singer who makes her Home in the South. Women of Moose regular meeting of the women of the Moose was held wednesday at the Moose Hall. Doris Devlin was enrolled As a new member. She was sponsored by Marne Church. Chapter night program was held and mrs. Church chairman spoke on ways to raise funds for the Academy of Friendship. Anna Bahan received the Surprise gift. Helen Galipeau will again this year be chairman for the preparing of envelopes and pamphlets for the multiple sclerosis Campaign. Election of officers took place and the installation will be held june 19 at 8 . Installing officer will be Gordon Moore. Participating also will be Junior gov. Sylvester Babson and installing guide Carlton Bahan. Chaplain will be George Burgess. The outgoing officers will be on the committee for the social to follow. Grace Ford will bring the Surprise gift. Co worker Theresa Crowe has recently been hospitalized. Recorder Anna Bahan reminds co workers that quarterly dues Are due. a dinner dance sat. June 15 charcoal steaks lobsters reservations for lobster by 12th dinner 6 30 8 30 dance 9-12 music by the keynotes miss Mary Mavilla miss Mary Marilla . Percey engaged or. And mrs. Ralph Mavilla of 312 weeks St. Have announced the engagement of their daughter Mary Elizabeth to Robert o. Percey son of or. And mrs. Leon a. Percey of West Road. Both Are seniors at Bennington High school and will be graduated next week. No Date has been set Tor the wedding. Miss Pamela w. Smith Pamela Smith receives diploma miss Pamela Wildes Smith daughter of mrs. Fred e. Stocking of Fairview Street and Lincoln Smith of Charlotte n.c., was graduated from Stoneleigh Prospect Hill school in Greenfield mass., with the class of 1963. Miss Smith ranked High scholastically and was in Many extracurricular activities. She served on the Junior prom committee As chairman of decorations on the committee for fathers weekend. She joined the glee club and became its president and Sang with the Madrigal group in special concert work. As a member of the dramatic and glee clubs she was selected for a leading role in the opera Quot and Aeneas Quot which was part of the commencement program. In her Junior year she was a reporter on High times school newspaper and served As assistant editor on Liber Anni senior yearbook. She will enter the University of Vermont in september. Slate Flower Salt Lake City up a the Sego Lily was chosen As Utah s state Flower because it once saved the mormon pioneers from starvation. The desert Flower has a Root which served As food in 1848 when settlers in the Salt Lake Valley ran out of provisions before their first crops matured. Engaged Allen Pokines Hoosick Falls . A or. And mrs. Burton s. Allen of Hudson ., have announced the engagement of their daughter Judith c., to John f. Pokines son of or. And mrs. John Pokines of Hoosick Falls. Miss Allen is a graduate of College of education at Oswego where she was a member of Kappa Delta i National education honorary society Ana i Neta Chio rho social sorority. She is teaching first Grade in the Rochester City District. Or. Pokines is a graduate of St. Mary s Academy class of 1952, served four years in the . Coast guard and will be graduated from the College of education at Oswego in june. He is a member of Psi Phi fraternity. An August wedding is planned. Beni seniors to take part miss Susan Jannicky miss Susan Jannicky to wed in fall Arlington a or. And mrs. E. Ellsworth Jannicky have announced the engagement of their daughter miss Susan Sloane Jannicky to Richard Vincent Ellington son of or. And mrs. Kenneth Ellington of Lake Success . A september wedding is planned. Miss Jannicky is a 1962 graduate of Colby Junior College in new London . Her Fiance is a graduate of Williston Academy Dartmouth College 1962, and is currently attending the graduate school of business at Columbia University. Married Hogan Plourde Santa Barbara or. And mrs. Gilbert m. Graves of Santa Barbara have announced the marriage of their daughter Jean Fay Plourde to John Joseph Hogan of Santa Barbara son of James e. Hogan and mrs. Aurelia Hogan of Bennington it. The ceremony was performed March 23, in Santa Barbara. The bridegroom is a graduate of Bennington High school and is now an apprentice electrician on the West coast. He formerly was employed at Warren wire in Pownal it. Survival Saga new zealand publisher claims coup by Joy Miller a women editor new York apr Esther Fai Gan has been a Book published in new zealand 16 years. So when she opened an Auckland newspaper last fall she knew from Long experience what she had to do. Here was the Story of 12 men who had survived 101 Days after Shipwreck without food or Ruml on the Minerva reef kept alar As much As anything by the heroic capt. David Fifita and his daily prayer meetings for the castaways. This was the kind of courageous survival that stirs Public imagination a and sends hopeful prickles up the spine of any publisher Worth his hardcover bindings. Obviously the thing to do was to get publication rights. As mrs. Faigan related it Here on her Way to the american booksellers association convention in Washington next week she flew immediately to Fiji. That s where the survivors were hospitalized. There British born mrs. Faigan pulled one of the year s memorable coups. The resulting Book Quot Minerva reef Quot by writer Olaf Ruben will appear in new zealand in late summer bearing the imprint of mrs. Faligan s publishing House. It will be published Here next year. Quot it s a fantastic Story Quot she says. Quot they had one match with which they lit a fire to distil sea water for drinking and their lives depended on keeping the fire burning for the next three months. Quot they managed to catch a few fish their Only food. Five died. But i honestly believe the other 12 lived because the Captain a Man of great Faith got them together every Day for mrs. Faigan started her publishing House As a Hobby 16 years ago and in time her husband joined her in it. Now that she a a widow she s thinking of spending part of her time in this country. Quot this is my first trip to the United states and ifs so wonderful i wonder Why i waited so Bennington Banner saturday june 8. 1963-3 in worship Garden clubs project planted 175 Trees twelve Bennington High school seniors who Are members of the first methodist Church will be recognized in a special program sunday at the la . Worship service. They Are Robert Babson Elaine Cameron Mary Ellen Potter Gary Harbour William Hickok Keith l. Watkin Raymond Prouty Barbara Henry Philip and Kathleen Hollister Stephen Noyes and Dale Macdonald. The service will Start with processional by the seniors in Cap and gown. They will be presented new testaments. Seniors taking part in the service will be Gary Harbour William Hickok Keith Watkin Philip and Kathleen Hollister. Permanent show new Tork up the West Virginia Pavillion to be set up at the new York 1964-65 worlds fair will be moved to West Virginia for installation at the Capitol As a permanent state Archive when the fair closes. The 15,000-Square foot exhibit will occupy a site of 34,409 Square feet in the fair s Federal and states area. Some 175 Trees were planted in the Bennington area As a result of the Bennington Garden clue s 1963 tree planting project mrs. Thomas p. Brockway reported tuesday at a meeting of the club. Interest ran so High she said that civic plantings in North Bennington and at Lake Par an area have also resulted. The club made available to anyone interested five kinds of Trees of Good Nursery Stock at Low Cost. Baccalaureate service sunday for Beni seniors the baccalaureate service for this years Bennington High school graduates will be held in the elementary school All purpose room at 5 ., sunday. This will Mark the first Public appearance of the seniors in their Caps and gowns. The Rev. Melvin r. Mcgaughey first methodist Church pastor will deliver the baccalaureate address entitled Quot life with a the Rev. Robert p. Bell of the old first Church will give the invocation and the Rev. H. Glenn Payne of the first Baptist Church will give the closing prayer. A senior Tea which has been arranged by the parents will follow the service with All those attending invited. Mrs. Keith Watkin and mrs. Walter Noyes Are chairmen. The program processional Quot War March of the priests Quot Mendelssohn Janet Hayes pianist invocation the Rev. Robert p. Beu selection Quot bless be the lord Quot Hovhan eff a chorus address Quot life with a purpose Quot the Rev. Melvin r. Mccaulley selection Quot the lord bless you and keep you Quot Lutkin chorus Benediction the Rev. H. Glenn Payne recessional Quot War March of the priests Quot the club officially opened activities for the year at a meeting at the Home of miss Caroline Darlington in old Bennington. The mornings program was Given by mrs. L. Alden Graves who read a paper on Quot drying Flowers with Silica gel Quot and then illustrated her talk with several samples of dried Flowers materials for drying them and containers in which they could be dried. Mrs. Brockway and mrs. T. Garry Buckley club president were delegates from Bennington to the 50th anniversary meeting last month of the Garden club of America held in Philadelphia and each gave reports of activities during the annual meeting. A financial report was made by . Kunzelmann on the recent Home and Garden tour resulting in a substantial contribution by the club to Flowers and services of the veterans Hospital of Vermont. Two new members were accepted a mrs. Waldo Holden of old Bennington and miss Stell Andersen of North Bennington. The next activity of the club will be a Flower arrangement lecture and workshop june 18-20 by mrs. Elizabeth r. Reynolds. These will be held at the old Bennington school. Mrs. Reynolds noted in her Field was awarded the Katharine Thomas Cox memorial award for outstanding achievement in Flower arranging at the annual meeting of the Garden club of America held last year in Lenox. Elections new York up a Robert h. Bishop Iii of the Cleveland Musi carnival and David m. Holtzmann of the Cape cod Melody tent have been reelected president and vice president respectively of the musical Arena Heaters association Arena Heaters association for 1963, a year that brings the 15th season for the musical tent business. Fan club for Blind a special attention la Given to William d. Myers of Wilmington mass., after he received the George Washington medal As Blind father of the year in new York thursday. His sons Wesley 6, left and Russell 4, kiss him on the Cheeks while daughter Teresa 3, watches the photographer and his wife Rose Marie shares his Joy. Myers a systems Engineer was cited for contributions to his country Church and children. A photo our Fine jewellers amp silversmiths 409 main St. Bennington it. Miss Linda Moninger miss Moninger receives degree miss Linda e. Moninger daughter of or. And mrs. T. Reed Moninger of 334 Elm St., received her Bachelor of science degree sunday in the College of Home economics and education at the 109th commencement exercises at Syracuse . University. Miss Moninger graduated with cum laude honors and also was one of 28 marshals selected to Lead her class of 1,500 at the ceremonies. The main addresses were Given by Adlai e. Stevenson and sir Charles p. Snow both of whom received honorary degrees. During her four years at Syracuse University miss Moninger has been Active in University chorus association of women students Home economics student Board intramural sports and panhellenic association. She was a member of Phi Kappa Phi and vice president of Omicron no both National Honor Aries. As a member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority she served As House president and scholarship chairman and received the senior scholarship award. She has accepted a teaching position at Bethlehem Central Junior High school in Delmar . Bennington briefs the Prudential committee of the greater Bennington schools inc. Will meet at 4 . Monday at Molly Stark school. The senior methodist youth Fellowship will meet at 7 ., sunday of the Keith Watkin Home on Troy Road. Members should Wear sports clothes and bring lunch and beverage. Joseph Handy vocational rehabilitation representative of Rutland will be at the Vermont employment service office monday from i to 2 30 . Gold Star mothers will hold an important meeting Mon. At7p.m. At the Home of the president mrs. Ethel Vance of 117 Mckinley St. Workday will be held at Camp sugar Bush tomorrow at 2 . All girl scout fathers Are asked to attend. Or. . Armstrong a office will be closed saturday june 8. Open As usual june 18. Adv. June 8. M. E. Rudd co., 201 South Street will close at i . Saturdays starting june 8. Adv. June 8 Iron Kettle weekend special 2 broiled loin Lamb chops Complete dinner $1.85. Roast Young Tom Turkey Complete dinner $1.85. Adv. June 8 miss Carol m. Mcgurn a Ltd miss Mcgurn i Honor graduate \ at Trinity miss Carol Martha Mcgurn a daughter of or. And mrs. James j r. Mcgurn or. Of Bank Street was graduated from Trinity col i lege in Burlington monday and re j celled her Bachelor of arts degree. The most Robert f. Joyce \ d.d., Bishop of Burlington con j feared degrees on 55 seniors. I a graduate of Bennington Cath die High school in 1959, mis Mcgurn majored in English at i Trinity. She was class treasurer at College and her other activities r included modality Ems aristos choir pfc is and Tau Kappa r yearbook staff. Twelve of the 55 graduates including miss Mcgurn received certificates of academic achievement for the period ending maj 19. The Rev. R. Erie of Connor s.j., president of Thomas More Institute of adult education in Montreal Canada delivered the commencement address. High mass was celebrated sunday by the Rev. Thomas j. Beary with the baccalaureate Sermon by the Rev. J. Richard Quinn s.t.d.,. Of St. John s Seminary in Brighton mass. At the parents a senior luncheon sunday the faculty presented each graduate with White Rosary beads in a mortar Board shaped Box. At the Tassel ceremony on saturday at Ohleh awards and gifts were presented miss Mcgurn presented the class gift which consisted of two 5 foot Brick pillars with plaque inscribed Quot Trinity College founded 1925.&Quot these will be placed at the Entrance to the administration Hall. Attending the Cermon Les were miss Mcgurn s parents her brother James Mcgurn jr., and her Fiance Donald e. Pacher. Gipper a erne my a a a St. A Brand new wedding gowns leading manufacturers samples re ailing up to 1300. Sold from $39 a to 199. Latest styles As shown in brides magazines and Best shops. All perfect dresses. Many Beautiful designer s originals at 1/3 off retail pm ice in this area s largest collection of. Bridals. Wonderful Opportunity for Bride to be. Also latest bridesmaids gowns and formals. Hundreds of satisfied customers. By appointment phone 442-5814. 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