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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 10, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Cutting the cake members of boy scout troop 53 Cut birthday cake at a party bars Day evening celebrating the first anniversary of the reactivation of the first methodist Church troop. Earlier in the evening badges were presented at a court of Honor. Dividing up the cake Are left to right John Rogers of East Road who received his second class badge Alan Hollister of 131 Beech St., Gary Jones of 103 county St., Steven Brookman of 3 division place and Thomas Crowe of 210 Beech St., All of whom were presented 1st class badges. Staff photo Buckler Extension St tells rotary revolution under Way among county a Farmers Vermont s Farmers Are becoming increasingly dependent on business policies and on other businessmen for goods and services William Stone of the Vermont Extension service told Bennington rotarians Friday noon at it. Anthony country club. Stone speaking on a june is Dairy month Quot and Rural Urban relationships suggested that Agri business is going through a the same revolution As other businesses a a Way of life is becoming a business he told the club comprised largely of business and professional men that Vermont Farmers face the same problems As other businessmen farms Are becoming larger production and labor efficiency on farms is increasing capital investment is climbing the Quot Price squeeze Quot is tightening with both income and expenses soaring to new highs. Quot As dairymen meet new Competition new technological demands and new regulatory controls they become More and More dependent on sound business policies and operations Quot the University of Vermont Extension official said. This will tend to make them partners with businessmen in their own communities Stone suggested. Many of the factors which have caused Farmers and Urban businessmen to be on opposing sides on various issues will disappear he said. As examples of this he cited common interests Between Farmers and businessmen in Educa Middlebury alumni elect four officers Middlebury a the Middlebury College alumni association at its annual meeting saturday elected John m. Kirk 39, of Lynnfield Center mass., National president and Hamilton Shea 36, of Harrisonburg va., alumni trustee of the College for a term of five years. Philip a. I sell of Middlebury a member of the class of 1942, was chosen president of the Northern new England District. Gordon e. Emerson jr., 40, of Pigeon Cove mass., was made president of the Massachusetts District. Shea president of the Shenandoah Valley broadcasting co., is vice president of the Rockingham Industrial development corporation and Heads the Virginia association of broadcasters. Wisell who is advertising manager for the Addison county Independent and a director of the Addison press inc., Heads the Phil Wisell insurance co. In Middlebury. Emerson is associate director of the City mortgage and real estate department and chairman of the City mortgage loan committee for the John Hancock Mutual life insurance co. In Boston. Austine parents elect new officers Brattleboro a the newly formed parents association of the Austine school for the deaf Friday elected officers for the 1963-64 school year. The meeting was held on the Austine Campus at Brattleboro. Those elected were rabbi Solomon Goldberg of Rutland president John Williams of Brattle Boro vice president mrs. Roland Gadreault of Greenfield mass., Secretary and mrs. Edward Cloran of Springfield vt., treasurer. The executive committee will consist of the officers and supt . Far Man miss Grace s. Wilson Julian Jackson and Bole Slaw Boduch. Tion highways medical facilities and other Community assets. Prior to his talk Stone led the club in a 10-question quiz designed to increase members knowledge of agriculture in their own county. His questions revealed that there Are 247 commercial Farmers in Bennington county who contribute $3v2 million annually to Vermont s Economy a 61 per cent of it coming from the county s Dairy operators. Approximately 3 per cent of Bennington county s state income tax returns Are from Farmers who pay about i per cent of the county s total contribution to the state tax department. There Are however about half the number of Farmers in Bennington county As were counted to years ago and these farms now comprise Only 22 per cent of the total land in the county. Half of Bennington county s towns All of them the Rural communities have lost population during the past to years Stone added. Vermont senator joins trustees at St. Mikes Winooski Park a state sen. Samuel w. Fishman of Vergennes and Raymond f. Kolowich Detroit Mich industrialist will join the Board of associate trustees at St. Michael s College. Announcement of their election and the re election of three others was made today by St. Michael s president the very Rev. Gerald e. Dupont . Re elected for four year terms Are Edward j. Killackey Westbury . Victor Lemieux Manchester . And Vincent c. Ross Greenwich Conn. Fishman Long time municipal court judge is an Addison county senator in the Vermont legislature. Kolowich general chairman of the Chapel Campaign and an alumnus class of 1945, is in the real estate and trucking business at Detroit and Denver. For. Dupont told the associate trustees they had furnished Quot inspiring leadership Quot As the College passed the half Way Mark toward its goal of $1 million for a new Chapel and Library. Girl scout Day Camp sign up on registration Blanks for Camp sugar Bush the Bennington Council girl Scott Day Camp in Pownal have been mailed to All registered scouts in the Bennington area. The Camp will open july 22 and operate under the direction of mrs. Robert Mcwaters until aug. 2. Fee for the two week Encampment is $8 and is to be sent with a completed application to mrs. Bernard Whitman North Bennington by june is. The Camp can accommodate 80 girls and is open to children of scout age 7-17 whether or not they belong to a girl scout troop. Mrs Mcwaters will return As director for the third year. She will supervise a group of Counselor and program aides who will conduct arts and crafts sessions nature walks hikes cookouts and primitive cooking skills. The director has received special training at the Edith Macy training school in new York state. The Camp Day runs from 9 30 . To 3 30 . Transportation to and from the site on the Jackson Road in Pownal will be provided by Camp parents. Mrs. Milton Mackey and mrs. Napoleon Pietryka will coordinate the car pools. Camp chairman Raymon Betit has scheduled a work Day for sunday at 2. Volunteers Are needed to prepare the sugar Bush site to erect tents and assemble equipment. A work Day scheduled this past sunday was postponed due to rain. Extra registration Blanks Are available at the Mccullough Library in North Bennington and the Bennington free Library. Youth becomes drum major Warrensburg to. Up a Joe Smith never thought of being a College drum major or Baton twirler until he suffered two broken and watched a Parade i when the doctor removed tile casts Smith then a High school student at Odessa mo., was told to keep his wrists flexible with physical therapy. Smith borrowed a Baton to strengthen his but when he watched a drum major in a Parade Smith knew that s what he wanted to do. He has been drum major for four years at Central Missouri state College Here. A on saturday College to award 75 degrees Bennington College will graduate. Its 32nd class on saturday. It is the second largest class in the College s history numbering 75, and it includes two men. Two masters degrees will be conferred and the predominant number of candidates wily receive their . Degress in literature and social science. The two advanced degrees Are in music and dance. F in the Crossett Library senior theses will be on exhibit and the work of Art majors will be on display in the Carriage barn. The ceremonies begin Friday evening when the graduates their guests trustees College faculty and administration meet at Buffet dinner. The commencement address at 8 30 . Will be Given by David Riesman Henry Ford n professor of social science at Harvard University. At to ., saturday the degrees will be conferred and the president s reception for the graduates will follow. In Bennington Banner monday june to 1963�?3 iat anything in natural Comfort with false Teeth soft pm igbo. Or form a pop a a Sial tit dental cushions. Mold perfectly to rid end Low spot in denture a Cushion fonder gum completely. Shunted dental cushions is lower or 11 upper $1.00 at your drug counter done to be Blind to your cards needs. Done to be confused by a Tubeless car a a extended Oil Drain intervals. By so called Quot service free Quot cars. Read.�. In your car manual and you will agree that for safety a Sake every car needs a careful Check up every 60 Days i take the 39 Steps to motoring safety Only Richfield dealers offer you this new exclusive safety service i. Horn steering Geer play ?. Emergency Brake foot pedal 3. Clutch adjustment shift 4. Heater defroster 5. Safety belts 6. Mirrors 7. All windows i. Windshield wipers 9. All lights 10. Automatic transmission fluid 11. Hood lock Latch door Locke latches hinges 12. Generator 13. Starter 14. Fan fan belts 15. Radiator hoses pressure Cap. Heater hoses 16. Battery 17. Oil filter la. Crankcase breather and or positive crankcase vent 19. Air cleaner 20. Brake fluid Power Brake hoses 21. Steering gear lubricant or fluid 22. Windshield Washer 23. Wheel alignment 24. Steering gear. Linkage Ball joints 25. Seals prepacked fittings 26. Wheel bearings 27. Shock absorbers 28. Motor. Transmission mounts 29. Tail pipes mufflers exhaust pipes gaskets 30. Gear Oil level conventional transmission 31. Differential 32. Springs shackles 33. Brake lines Hydraulic hoses 34. Universal joints 35. Tiros and pressures 36. Bumper Jack lug wrench 37. Clean Windshield 38. Oil pressure 39. Gasoline gauge for your safety a Sake see your Richfield area youths receive degrees Burlington a Twenty four Bennington county residents were among 294 Vermont seniors receiving degrees at the University of Vermont sunday afternoon. The senior class numbered 595. Or. Mary Bunting president of Radcliffe College delivered the commencement address while the it. Rev. Leo a. Rudloff Abbot of dorm ton Abbey Jerusalem and Superior of Weston it priory gave the baccalaureate talk. Bennington county youths receiving degrees included Arlington a Richard a. Ang son of or. And mrs. A. B. Angney or. . In agriculture Patricia m. Hess daughter of or. And mrs. Lawrie Hess . In Home economics George c. Randall son of or. And mrs. Everett Randall . In agriculture. Bennington a Joseph v. Agresta son of or. And mrs. Ernest Murray of 107 Charles St., . In mechanical engineering Barbara j. Clayton daughter of or. And mrs. Kenneth r. Clayton 223 Union St., . In education Arlene Shutts Cleary daughter of or. And mrs. Floyd Shutts East Road . In nursing James p. Hammond son of or. And mrs. James Hammond Monument Circle . Degree Paul j. Saus Ville son of or. And mrs. C. J. Sausville 128 Beech St., . In civil engineering. Dorset a Nancy a. Nichols daughter of or. And mrs. Carl c. Nichols Nichols Hill certificate in dental Hygiene Kae Gleason daughter of or. And mrs. Sherman Gleason East Dorset . Degree. Manchester a Charlie a. Bentley son of or. And mrs. Gordon Bentley Manchester Center . Carl j. Buffum jr., son of or. And mrs. Carl Buffum Manchester Center . Fred g. Stone son of or. And mrs. Blanchard Stone Manchester Center . In agriculture Douglas l. Marks son of or. And mrs. Leon Marks of Manchester depot . North Bennington a Edward j. Nadeau son of or. And mrs. Joseph Nadeau Mechanic Street . In Commerce and economic William a. Sandryn son of or. And mrs. Anton Sandryn Oversea Road . In electrical engineering Antoinette a Vince daughter of or. And mrs. Stephen Vince Mechanic Street . In education. Pownal a Mary l. Palmer daughter of or. And mrs. P. A. Palmer . In nursing. Rupert a Caroline n. Mckeighan daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Mckeighan . Shaftsbury a Daniel Batonick son of or. And mrs. Sam Batonick . Lawrence a. Sherwin see area youth continued on Page to i double to Stamps wed. Miss Lucille Weichert receives . Degree Alfred . A miss Lucille Weichert daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Weichert a Seo Silver St., Bennington vt., was awarded a Bachelor of arts degree by Alfred University at the commencement convocation Here sunday. Or. M. Bills Drake president of Alfred University presided at the convocation and presented diplomas to the graduates. Miss Weichert majored in music education in the College of Liberal arts and was a member of Theta Theta Chi sorority. Double discounts for ., tues., amp wed. Freshly ground Quality controlled ground beef Swift s Premium daisies California Long White w potatoes . No. I size Borden a chateau or Kraft velveeta double Stamps every wed. We Reserve the right to limit quantities prices effective monday tuesday and wednesday. June to. Ii and 12

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