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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 9, 1966, Bennington, Vermont College offers program school and Vou for High school seniors a College workshop for exceptional High school juniors a a special program for students of outstanding ability a will be offered at Bennington College this summer. Sponsored by the Vermont state department of education under an appropriation from the legislature this program will enable 20 such Vermont students both boys and girls senior year in Cora b. School wins Treasury program award the Cora b. Whitney school has received an award from the . Treasury for making the school savings stamp Thrift program available to its students in the 1965-66 school year. A special Treasury award was sent to mrs. Florence r. Kinsley school principal by Thomas w. Eddy state savings Bonds director who expressed Treasury appreciation for a helping Young people develop sound savings habits which they will continue As the savings program for students Calls for weekly stamp Days when pupils can Purchase . Savings Stamps in denominations As Low Asio cents. Students Exchange filled stamp albums for . Savings Bonds. Mrs. Kinsley announced that the program will be resumed in the fall for the 196 67 year and said that the program will be continued to be carried on by mrs. Alice White and mrs. Ethel Hamilton with All teachers at the school cooperating. L Ime to think fort Worth Tex. Up a prosecutors offered tuesday to let sex convicted Wellborn Alcorn or. Plead guilty to robbery and accept a 25-year prison term. He agreed at first but later turned Down the offer and pleaded innocent. When a jury was Impan eled to try him Alcorn changed his mind again and pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to 40 years. High school to participate in an unusual program. This program designed by the College in collaboration with the department will run from july 6 to aug. 3. The studies planned Are not intended to substitute for or to duplicate any regular High school or College course rather they will introduce these students to College level work combining High intellectual standards and Levels of abstraction with creativity and imagination. The program will revolve around four Broad areas a science social science Art and music a which will be explored through a combination of seminars laboratories individual study occasional Field trips and studio work in music and Art. One primary purpose of this workshop is to develop new curricular materials and teaching approaches under favourable conditions which offer some Promise of being adapted by secondary school teachers for similar work during the regular academic year in the Public schools. Students in this program will be selected from throughout the state and will be offered full scholarships including tuition room Board and necessary materials. They will live on the College Campus during the entire four week period. All High school principals have been informed of this program through a letter signed by Richard a. Gibboney commissioner of education and Leonard Rowe director of the workshop. This letter invited each principal to participate in this program by nominating one student from his school boy or girl now completing the Junior year As a candidate. Final selection of student participants will be made by a special committee composed of members of the College faculty and the department by june 18. Constituting the faculty of the workshop Are Robert Woodworth Louis Calabro William Sherman and Leonard Rowe As director. Three Bennington College students will be assisting in this project. Or. John Yeo and his wife Anne will be residence directors. Miss Molly Coye will be a special assistant. Willy a variety 300 Gage St. Bennington it open daily 8a.m. 10p.m. Complete meat department new Frozen food department Large drug department Waul .12 Vara i inns a Vea r Crossmun i it sure i inc of Riel s have them Hind out with i i of i colourful i ensure Home brochure from Gross mans ask for ii hulas on the Coupon below cup Ano mail today please Forward of colourful Leisure Home i s Home representative can to to Rossman Hom owner Pian a ill is to 9 before you buy any Home investigate Grossman s Braintree. Mass. 02184 Comfort. For every member of your family with Steu Jerrt a Jurner Winkler questions and answers by George Sleeman Beni guidance c Counselor Many of our readers have sent in various questions that they would like answered. We have saved these questions and thought that it would be a Good Way to conclude the column for this school year. We look Forward to continuing our articles in the Banner next lied Cross if liter safety i ram set crop swimming and life saving classes offered by the Bennington county chapter american red Cross will open at the Laskey Pool in Arlington for a three week period starting june 27, according to mrs. Dean Osgood chairman of the local red Cross water safety program. Classes will open at Lake Par an in North Bennington july 18 for a thre week period ending aug. 5. Miss Ann Brush of Arlington will be the red Cross instructor at both places. Miss Brush is attending the red Cross aquatic school at Brookline . This month. She will be assisted by miss Nancy Bell a senior life Saver and by Deborah Abrams Bonnie Hanson and Betsy Jones the latter three having volunteered their help at Lake paran. All classes Are free of charge. The minimum age for children receiving instruction is six years. Children under eight years of age must be accompanied by an adult. The instructor is responsible for the children a safety Only while they Are receiving instruction. Parents must assume the responsibility at All other times. Registration Blanks have been distributed to the schools this week and should be returned to the schools before the closing Date. If preferred they May be mailed to the red Cross office 550 main St., not later than june 20. In Arlington extra Blanks will be available at Cul Linann a store and Wayside country store in West Arlington. Parents should be sure to fill in All necessary information and sign the registrations before returning them. Year and would like to inform our readers that the guidance office will remain open throughout the summer months and should anyone desire information pertaining to schools scholarship Ald equivalency tests Etc., please phone the office for an appointment. Here Are the questions is it possible at this late Date to get into College yes it is possible to get into College now. Many colleges have now what is called the rolling acceptance plan which Means that they will accept students As Long As they have a place to put them. We have the latest bulletin showing Over 400 accredited colleges in the United states which still have openings for next september. Can College boards be taken during the summer yes they can be taken during the month of july. We have the necessary application forms but we Are not a testing Center for the july testing c Ite. They can however be taken in neighbouring cities. Exactly what is your position starting in july my position in july will be assistant superintendent in charge of Pupil personnel services. Actually it is the same position As director of guidance except i will be working for the Bennington school District inc. And the it. Anthems Union school District coordinating All of the students needs in special services from grades kindergarten through Grade 12. I will still be meeting with parents and various students in an Effort to help them with their programs and future plans after graduation. How Many sections of Grade 7 and Grade 8 will you have next year we will have five sections of Grade 7 and five sections of Grade 8. Due to the Large number of students that will be attending school next september will there be 40 or 50 students in each class absolutely not. We Are constructing three extra classrooms and we will be using every Inch of available space so that we will not have to overcrowd any of our classes. We Are going to try to maintain a per class Load of 30, however in some cases this May go to 32 or 33. Additional staff has been hired to take care of the increased student enrolment. Is there going to be a teacher to work with the remedial Reading problem we expect to hire a teacher to work with those new books Bennington free Library so. Of you re planning to build remodel or replace your Furnace. See us u u to its Henry m Tuttle co inc. 113 depot St. Dial 2-6343 Bennington fiction Horgan a a memories of the future a chronicle of two Sisters who marry Navy men. Keyes a a i the King historical novel regarding Philip in of Spain. Mosley Nicholas a a Accident had Good reviews. Soman a a picture of Success which is Only a facade. Tolstoi count Leon a a Sebastopol replacing our 1887 copy of this classic. Wakeman a a the flute across the Pond Sonya was his second wife though he did no to know it general Crowther a a Highway robbery automobile car repair rackets Etc. Hutchinson a a Standard handbook for secretaries deals with work not fun with the Boss. Ter the Guyer a a animal biology a classic in its Field. Of Neill a a whale of a Mitory a biography of founder of general tire. Williams a a master poems a collection of English and american poetry. Worth a a cooking without recipes a like frying an egg juvenile Bradbury a a two on an Island a Fisher award Book about a brother and sister marooned three Days. Keith a a Skom Anelcia a Fisher award novel about Comanche indians. Lindgren a a a springtime in noisy Village seven children and three farms in Sweden. Stahl a a a blackboard a ghost who returns to a Carolina tavern. Remember if the books Are out the Library will Reserve them for you. Tru Val sport shirts Short sleeve shirts in a wide variety of colors and patterns. Broadcloth knit sizes so a Al 2.29 to 3.50 noon a next to North Street parking lot students that need remedial help in Reading. Will another foreign language be offered next year in addition to French and latin latin is not now presently offered to Junior High students however we will add Spanish to the curriculum next year and this will be offered to 7th Grade students As Well As senior High. French is also available to Junior and senior High students. Will you have a hot lunch pro Gram in the old Bennington High school building for next september no. Present facilities will not allow us to offer a hot lunch program however milk will be available to Purchase and students who must bring their lunch will have a supervised lunch room where they May eat their lunch at school. If a student is presently enrolled in Bennington High school from the Shaftsbury area would he have to go to the present North Bennington High school next september or can he remain at Bennington High school if he is presently taking classes at Bennington High school he May remain in his present school. Will transportation be provided for the students living in Pownal Woodford North Bennington Shaftsbury yes transportation will be provided and also some transportation will be provided for the students living in the greater Bennington school District. The transportation committee is presently working on this problem and the routes that the bus will follow. This will be published in the Banner As soon As it is completed. Will there be a late bus to take students Home if they go out for various activities that will keep them in school after the regular school bus leaves yes transportation will be provided to various drop off Points. This problem is also being worked on by the transportation committee. What is the school Calendar for next year the school Calendar for 1966 67 is As follows conferences new teachers sept. 2 staff meetings sept. 6 school opens sept. 7 schools close dec. 22 schools open Jan. 3 schools close feb. 17 schools open feb. 27 schools close april 14 schools open april 24 and schools close june 16. Days of no school october 13 14, Vea convention november la veterans Day november 24 25, thanksgiving recess May 30, memorial Day. Single sessions wednesday morning nov. 23, thanksgiving recess and Friday morning March 24, Good Friday. High school graduation sunday june la 5 ., baccalaureate and june 15, 8 ., commencement. What Are the various courses offered to the Junior High school students for next september Basic academic courses English social studies mathematics and science. Optional academic courses French and Spanish. Other courses Industrial arts boys Home economics girl Sart music Reading and physical education. Co curricular activities inter. Math and science club Cha student Council boys athletics inter school football basketball and girls athletics. We appreciate All the interest shown to our articles during the school year and should we be Able to help you with any kind of information please do not hesitate to Call the guidance office at Bennington High school. Wellesley grails attend reunion Bennington Banner thursday june 9, 19h8- faculty members protest j intolerable Viet War Marten h h adland a Lear tied dam degree at Tufts Medford mass. A Tufts University school of dental Medicine conferred a doctor of dental Medicine degree sunday on Marten w. Quadland son of or. And mrs. M. Warren Quadland of Bennington vt., and Hampton Beach . Formerly of Williamstown mass. At graduation or. Quadland received an award from the american dental society of Anaesthesiology in recognition of proficiency in Anaesthesiology and pain control in dentistry. He was also made a member of the american dental society of Anaesthesiology. Or. Quadland has been Active in research in dental anaesthesia at the new England medical Center and his paper on this subject was presented at the International association for dental research in Miami fla., in March of this year and was put it listed. Or. Quadland graduated from Williamstown High school in 1958 and entered Dartmouth College in september of that year. At Dartmouth he was president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and a member of the ski team. He is married to the former Patricia Mahoney formerly of North Adams and Anchorage Alaska and they have one daughter Kara. Or. Quadland has been commissioned As a Captain in the . Army and is to report for duty in August at fort Carson Colorado Springs Colo. Area outline graduate from i. Hermon school mount Hermon mass. A among the 184 candidates for graduation from mount Hermon school at the 80th commencement Here saturday Are j. Tracy Adams ii son of or. And mrs. Caryl t. Adams of Bennington Alan Lucas Campbell son of or. And mrs. J. Duncan Camp Bell of North Bennington and David h. Greenberg son of or. And mrs. Norman h. Greenberg. Greenberg is among 34 cum laude students. Commencement speaker is or. Eugene h. Wilson executive vice president of the University of Colorado. Gilbert and Sullivan s a iolanthe will be presented by students of Northfield and mount Hermon schools june to and la. Twenty one members of the Bennington College faculty Are among approximately 5,600 College faculty members and professional persons from throughout the nation who signed a statement which appeared in sundays new York times deploring the a intolerable situation in Viet Nam. The statement called upon the government a to cease All bombing North and South and All other offensive military operations immediately to indicate that it will negotiate with the National liberation front and All other interested parties for a peaceful settlement to encourage in every Way and in no Way to interfere with the free exercise of popular sovereignty in Viet Nam and to evaluate seriously whether self determination for the vietnamese As Well As our own National interests would not be Best served by termination of our military presence in Viet Nam. A the interests of our country and the strength of our belief in the right of self determination demand that ways be immediately found to disengage ourselves from this intolerable situation. We Are convinced that such a course is in Accord a Ltd the mood of increasing numbers of americans the statement asserted. Signers from Bennington col lege were Frank Baker Henry Brant Louis Calabro Louis Carlin Julian Degray George Finckel Claude Fredericks Paul Gray George Guy Mary Hopkins a. Norman Klein Lionel Nowak Orrea Pernel r. Arnold Ricks Leonard Rowe Bert Salwen Gunnar Schon Beck Wallace Scott William Sherman and Reinhoud Van Der Linde. Twenty six faculty member s of Goddard College in Plainfield also signed the statement in addition to nine other faculty members of Vermont institutions. Lost Rison London up a a North american Buffalo was born monday at the London zoo. Y peaceful Valley . Routt 7 a Pownal Center it. I Kadi k for i Al ii Ken Complete dinner $�?~2.25 other dinners $1.75 to $3.50 Mon. A fri., 4 30 8 30 Sot. Sun., noon 8 30 soc xxz5 us a Choice beef cube top round Steak steaks i it 99c i it $109 i Boneless Rump beef roast ,. 99c Salem a super market831 main St outstanding selection. Girls bathing suits by Alleg he by knitwear and canters infants thru 14 pre teens s3 to is summer shifts shorts play Wear Southland Lionial shopping Center Williamstown open Friday nights a Iii 9 Mrs. Clarence e. Howard 134 Monument ave. Mrs. Herbert w. Sanderson jr., 211 school St., Bennington mrs. Edwin s. Wheeler sugar Bush Hill Peru were among 1,200 alumnae from 38 states Canada Guam Mexico and the Virgin islands who returned to commencement reunion weekend at Wellesley College Wellesley mass., last week. Members of 16 classes from 1891 to 1961 joined 392 graduating seniors their parents and guests at the june 4 commencement exercises addressed by the honorable Eugene r. Black former president of the world Bank and now special advisor to president Johnson. Presiding at commencement for the last time As president of Wellesley was miss Margaret Clapp who has resigned effective june 30, and will become principal of lady Doak College in Madurai India. Easy excuse Las vegas Nev. 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