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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 9, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Al Bennington Banner wednesday june 9, 1965 Hoosick Falls superintendent to head Athens College Greece Hoosick Falls . A announcement was made today by the Board of trustees of Athens College in Greece of the election of James h. Beaverson superintendent of schools Here As the new president of the College. According to the announcement Beaverson will leave for Athens in the next few weeks to take Over the presidency from or. Homer Davis founder who has been acting president of the College in the past year. Beaverson was bom dec. 31, 1922 in Jersey City . And was graduated from Lyndhurst . High school. After doing cry pfc graphic work in the us army signal corps from 1942 to 1945, he earned his . From Hamilton College in Clinton . In 1949. He received his . From Cole University in 1953. Beaverson taught English and coached baseball for one year Bolles school in Jacksonville Fla., and also worked briefly in a family music printing business. He taught English in Earlville . Central school from 1951-53, then was supervising principal from 1953-58. In 1958, he assumed his present Poulton. that time the school system consisted of 13 different school buildings Many of which were antiquated. Three Frish fillets j fresh fillet j fresh Haddock sole la 59c la 69c Salem a i clams Doz j 49c super Market James h. Beaverson years later Hoosick Falls Central school was opened after funds had been secured from a $2v2 million Bond Issue. A new Bond Issue of $565,000 has just been approved to build an addition to the school. The school now serves 1,450 students with a staff of 75 teachers and three administrators. Beaverson is married to the former Margaret Burman of Baltimore my. And they have two children Arthur James la and Lisa Gene 9. Athens College is an american sponsored school in Greece which was founded in 1925. The College has a student body of 1,200 boys ranging from age nine to 19, both Day and boarding students. The curriculum includes a course in English for every boy from the Day he enters the age of nine. Nearly half of the students have scholarship Ald. In the last three years the . Government has granted More than $500,000 for the erection of a new Library and science Hall for a language Laboratory and for scholarships. The College is governed by an american Board of trustees and a greek Board of directors. Beaverson s resignation As superintendent of the local school will become effective aug. I. An announcement of his successor is expected in a few Days. celebrating its with this big value for you. ,.t a a a. A new 80-Inch Cabinet Range with slide out Teflon coated oven Walls that Wash like dishes the Range or the sink a an important hotpoint first Model rb840 23900 a Griffin electric co., inc. 473 main . Dial 447-7733 Bennington . The Pownal Vera Langlais 823-7716 graduation ceremonies will be held tomorrow night 8 in the school auditorium. The Public is invited. The women a Fellowship of the Pownal Center Community Church will meet tonight 7 30 in the town Hall. All women of the Community interested in assisting with Church affairs Are Welcome to join. Annual school picnics for pupils of the North Pownal graded school have been listed tuesday with Richard Singleton in charge grades 5 and 6 went to Saratoga Park grades 7 and 8 headed by principal Harold Pratt will go Friday to Clarksburg Park for a Day of swimming and sports mrs. Iva Rudd teacher of grades 3 and 4, has arranged a picnic thursday for her classes the Wash tubs in North Pownal mrs. Florence Harries teacher of grades i and 2 has arranged activities for thursday on the school grounds. Finale Grade 8 of the North Pownal graded school enjoyed a class finast Tomato juice 32 of. Jar. 4 for with a very special gift lightweight portable typewriters pure huh i Rill return option you can Purchase any naw Olympia typewriter for Only. $050 or Par month the end of three months you can either pay the balance in Cash or finance the difference. Or return the typewriter to us with no further obligation on your port. I year warranty priced from $59. 50 to $126. 67 / 4 models to choose from i Evans news office equipment inc. 431 main . Dial 2-6326 trip saturday to Cooperstown ., where they visited the Fen Imore House Farmers museum Woodland museum and baseball Hall of Fame. The trip was arranged by principal Harold Pratt with Richard Pudvar and mrs Earle v. Church assisting with transportation. The group which left North Pownal 7 30 . And returned la ., included Jerry Bellville Barbara Burdick Gary Church James Danforth Patrick Dai fort Bruce Hurley Linda Jacobsen Sharon Jelley and Richard Pudvar. Lawn sprinkler ban continues North Bennington a the North Bennington water Board has issued a reminder to water users Here and in Shaftsbury that the use of Lawn sprinklers is absolutely banned. Water Board chairman Fred Welling said today that although the North Bennington water Supply is not critically Low the Board is anxious to have users make every Effort to conserve water during the summer months. Welling said that currently the Board will permit the use of a Hose held in the hand for Lawn sprinkling and car washing but is asking residents to use such devices sparingly. Welling also noted that the Board expects to adopt a a a get Tough policy with any residents who disregard the ban on automatic Lawn sprinkling. He said a Check will be made from time to time and Odd hours of the Day and night. Any water users found ignoring the ban will be warned of the possibility of further action on the part of the Board Welling said. The water Board chairman said however that last Summers spirit of cooperation on the part of water users resulted in a significant saving of water and the Board is hopeful that residents will continue to save water in every possible Way and in this Way avoid a shortage and More stringent water regulations later North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 the meeting of the Lake Par an homemakers Extension group originally scheduled for june to has been postponed to june 24, to be held the Home of mrs. Alfred Scott. Or. And mrs. Joseph Cecilo and two Small sons of Miami Fla., have been in town for a visit the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Peter Panos. Alan Campbell has completed his Junior year . Hermon school and returned to the Home of his parents or. And mrs. J. Duncan Campbell. The parents of the class of 1965 have been working for several months to prepare for a graduation night party for the seniors and have held several events to help raise the funds to make a memorable occasion. They have announced that prize recipients Are Merton Snow or. Of Shaftsbury a Tablecloth mrs. Dewitt Lewis of Bennington an electric knife and mrs. William e. Dailey or. Of North Bennington a camera. Miss Patricia Woodcock daughter of or. And mrs. Rudolph Woodcock played a supporting role in the Macmurray College theatres last major production of the season. Bertold Brecht so the threepenny a special graduation performance also was Given during the commencement activities the last of May. Miss Woodcock is a student Macmurray a four year Liberal arts College located in Jacksonville 111. I amp a a -. Woodruff Cambridge Junior prom court a highlight of saturday nights pcs Junior prom was the crowning of Janet Tully As Queen by last years Queen Daughn Austin. Shown the old gym disguised As a Plantation House Are members of the court and their escorts from left Donna Waite Laurelyn Langer Merrilyn Hendrickson miss Tully miss Austin Susan Ganser Bonnie Pratt and Susan Warren. Hoosick Falls Board okays pay raises for of a ploys by Edith Beaumont Hoosick Falls . A the Village Board of trustees its monthly meeting last evening approved pay raises retroactive to june i to Village officials and employees totalling some $8,000 annually. These included annual raises As follows Village clerk $400 police chief $500 two police sergeants $400 each municipal building and Park custodian $200 water works operator $300 superintendent of highways $500 six Street committee workers 17 cents per hour or approximately $400 each yearly chief janitor of firehouse $500 two assistants $400 each treasurer $200 attorney $400 assessor $400 police Justice $400 building inspector $200. The Money is provided in the budgets contingent fund. In other business a letter was read from the state department of Commerce notifying the Village that the department is unable to enter into consultant contract with the firm of John c. Burdis associates for work under the Urban planning assistance program and advising that another consultant be selected. The Board moved to take the matter up with the Village planning commission. Alex Schmigel submitted a bid of $500 for tearing Down the vacant House 3 first ., which has been in deplorable condition and under discussion by the Board for some time. Schmigell a offer which was approved by the Board includes a provision of certificate of insurance. Mayor Leo Albowicz on the recommendation of the Board appointed Samuel Scaglione to serve As substitute police sergeant for the coming year. Two contracts were awarded including one to Bulson Bros. Garage for a new Chevrolet police car a Cost of $1830.33, or $164.55 less than a bid submitted by Haynes Bros. Delurey sales and service was awarded a contract for a 1959 International dump truck $7,382, or $1,730.24 less than one from Haynes Bros. West Arlington Sandgate Betty Trachte 375-2223 or. And mrs. Walter Finney have received a cablegram from Sutton Canfield England informing them of the recent death of their Friend James m. Butler. Butler was associated with British Industrial plastics and visited the Finney Many times when he was in the states on business. Walter Finney is a patient Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Hanover n.h., where he is recovering from surgery. He has been there a month but is making Good Progress. Phillip King who has been visiting his Mother mrs. Louise King in Sandgate has finished his naval recruit training great lakes 111., and is assigned to electronics work Pensacola Fla. Airman 2.c. Keith Squires is spending a three Day leave with his parents or. And mrs. Bernard Squires in Sandgate. He is stationed Travis fab Calif. After much discussion about leasing a needed Bulldozer for the proposed Landfill operation the Board voted to advertise for bid specifications for a reconditioned machine no older than a 1962 Model for lease or possible Purchase. Norman Stahlman of the Southworth machinery of Albany presented a proposal to lease a 1962 machine $500 a month with a contract for 40 months. Trustee James of Neil favored the proposal which included coverage of All maintenance Cost of the machine Over the period but the other members were in favor in seeking other offers before taking action. Bids Are returnable june 24. In response to a request by trustee of Neil the Board approved the Purchase of a new a mud sucker Type pump to replace an inadequate smaller pump now in use the water works. Trustee Richard Severson registered a complaint on numerous structures throughout the Village which Are dilapidated unsafe eyesores. While was decided that no action could be legally taken was proposed that doors and windows be boarded up for safety reasons. Mayor Albowicz instructed a letter to be sent to members of girl scout troop 364 who under the leadership of mrs. Edwin Brenenstuhl have completed a voluntary project of planting Flowers on the Island on upper main Street. No contests for Pownal school vote Pownal a there will be no candidate opposition for the posts of a director for the Pownal town school District and Pownal director on the . Anthony Union High school Board when the annual school meeting takes place june 22. deadline time tuesday night Only two residents had filed certificates of nomination for the three year terms. Warren Mason is seeking re election to the local school position the two other members of the Board being Charles rounds and John Foster. Donald Rogers has filed for the Post of High school Board director. There Are two directors from Pownal on the . Anthony Union Board. David adlers term does not expire this year and Jackson Ostrander did not seek re election. On june 22 the local District will vote on 12 ballot articles from i to 7 town Hall with the business session to Convene 8 Checklists have been posted in Powell a store South Pownal Gardner a store in Pownal Center and in the town office. Applications for Absentee ballots must be received by the town clerk by june 18. The second meeting of the Board of civil authority will be held in the town office saturday 7 With the last meeting set for june 19 8 When a final revision of the checklist will be made. White reek gymkhana set o White Creek .�?sunday will Mark the first gymkhana of. The year for the Ridge riders a. Saddle club Here. The show is scheduled to Start 12 30, and ribbons and prizes will be awarded to the four top winners in each event. Time. Permitting there will be 12 Quot events. The Day will Start with the Ball and Chain and potato race followed by the ribbon race for couples and the Izzy dizzy for those under 14. Next will be the stake race Bloomer race and pie eating for those under 14, jumping musical chairs Cloverleaf barrel water race and finally the Pony express for couples. Refreshments will be on Sale during the Day. In Case of rain the gymkhana will be held june 20. Hampton Beach Sola resort Motel a the most Beach Pool putting Green. Bikes shuffleboard. Games to. Coffee shop. Resort living sensible rates write for free color brochure spindrift Hampton Brach n h. Quinlan 463 main . Drug store dial 2-6256 Drysdale free parking armory lot next Doo remember dad with stouts candies assorted chocolates i la. $1.60 2 lbs. $3.15 father s Day a sunday a june 20th Yardley sets $2.00 old spice sets /$2.00 English leather lotion $2.00 amp $3.50 Jade East Cologne for men $3.50 slim tailored slender easy hanging skirt. Self belted shirtwaist in abstract print. Beautiful half size fit by Martha Manning. Dacron polyester crepe print. Sizes 11% to 24%. $14.98

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