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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 10, 1965, Bennington, Vermont School and you Susan i. Winn Peter r. Donavan Stanley Kemmerer Bennington ans get Middlebury degrees Middlebury a three students from Bennington Are among 24 vermonters who Are candidates for the Bachelor of arts degree from Middlebury College to be awarded at commencement exercises monday june 14. They Are miss Susan d. Winn daughter of or. And mrs. Maurice s. Winn of 244 Grandview Street Stanley c. Kemmerer son of or. And mrs. . Kemmerer of 103 Short St., and Peter r. Don Avan son of or. And mrs. Peter Donavan or. Of Crescent Boulevard. Miss Winn majored in English and was a member of the soil expert will address Garden club the Bennington Garden club will meet tuesday june 15, at 10 30 . In the old Bennington schoolhouse to hear or. Louis f. Michelson speak on the present scientific concepts relating to soil organic matter and Plant or. Michelson is an assistant professor at the University of Massachusetts in the department of Plant and soil sciences. The meeting is open to the Public and All those interested Are invited. Middlebury College Chapel choir and Madrigal singers for four years. Kemmerer a philosophy major served on the Middlebury conference committee and has been a member of the Canterbury association for four years. Following his graduation he will study at the Hartford theological foundation Hartford Conn., preparatory to taking holy mrs. Daniel p. Casey something different. Graduation cakes All sizes 241 main St. Dial 2-4469 you need plenty of hot water so Why heat it with the High priced fuel when it costs so much less with Gas new rates ? ? ? with Gas the average family saves up to 2t/i% Over the High priced fuel per month rental is All you pay with Gas you get the Best Perma Giat pal m la made by o. Smith co. 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Just Tell us where to install it free delivery free Normal installation free service Vermont Cas corp. 487 main St. Dial 2-6318 and uti Gas for sulk and bottled Gas beyond the City Mains testing at Beni this summer for High school equivalent orders in the episcopal Church. Donavan majored in geography. He was treasurer of Sigma Epsilon fraternity and has been a member of the Middlebury College varsity Golf team for the past three years. Miss Winn and Kemmerer Are graduates of Bennington High school. Donavan prepared for College at it. Herman school it. Herman mass. Sex resident earns decree in con neet Lieut new Haven Conn. A mrs. Daniel p. Casey of Hamden Conn., the former Claire Marie Lacrox daughter of or. And mrs. Gedeon Lacrox of 232 Park St., Bennington will receive a Liberal arts degree in science from the Southern Connecticut state Tea tiers College Here saturday. A graduate of Bennington High school in 1943, she was graduated from St. Luke a Hospital school of nursing in Pittsfield mass., in 1947 and served on the staff of St. Raphael Hospital in new Haven. A registered nurse she has been Active in the pro Fesson until she returned to College. This summer mrs. Casey will begin study on her masters degree and in the fall will Start teaching in the Field of health or science on the Junior High school level. Peppery Peppard Hollywood up a George Peppard still embattled after quitting Quot Sands of Kalahari Quot has signed to Star in Quot the Blue by George a. Sleeman guidance director Bennington High school due to the great response to our article earlier this year on High school equivalency tests we have decided to reprint the article again. Twenty five people have taken the equivalency test at Bennington High school this year and 24 passed it successfully. It is not necessary to study before taking this test there is no writing required but you must be Able to read. Many of the people taking this test have been out of school for More than 20 years. We will continue to test throughout the summer months Aux this testing can be arranged at the convenience of the individual. For More specific information Contact the guidance office we will be open All summer. We would be Happy to sit Down and talk with you about the test and give you details. Me general education development test is not at All like Ordinary school tests. They try to measure direct experience first hand observation self directed Reading and study and mental maturity. Actually a wellhead person will do better on these tests than a poorly Quot educated Quot High school graduate. Lack of a High school education will not in itself be a be time inc. Chief named a trustee of the College Andrew Heiskell chairman of the Board of directors of time inc., has been elected to a seven year term As a trustee of Bennington College. Re elected a trustee after a sabbatical year was mrs. Stanley g. Mortimer of new York n.y., a daughter of ambassador w. Averell Harriman. An Alumna of the College mrs. Mortimer originally became a trustee in 1951. Acceptance of the positions was announced today by Oscar m. Ruebhausen chairman of the College Board of trustees. Both terms will begin in August. Heiskell has been associated with time inc., since 1937, when he joined the staff of life Magazine As science and Medicine editor. He has served successively As assistant general manager general manager and publisher of life Ami As a vice president a director and chairman of the Board of directors of time inc. Long interested in education Heiskell is a member of the visiting committee of the joint Center for Urban studies of the Massachusetts Institute of technology and Harvard University the Board of visitors of the graduate school of Public and International affairs of the University of Pittsburgh and the Institute of International education. He also is chairman of the executive committee of action inc., a member of the executive committee of the inter american press association a trustee of the Boston symphony and a director of the Council for latin America the Atlantic Council the inter american foundation of the arts and the actors studio. A graduate of the University of Paris he also attended the Harvard school of business. Mrs. Mortimer a 1940 graduate of Bennington College served As an alumnae representative on the Board of trustees from 1948 to 1951, then became a regular trustee. She was re elected in 1957. A newspaper woman prior to her marriage in 1947, mrs. Mortimer was a wartime reporter in England for International news service and after the War an assistant editor of Newsweek. She acted As her fathers hos Tesi when he was ambassador to the soviet Union. As a Volunteer worker she has been interested in the arts and Public education and has participated in a teacher Helper program conducted by the Public education association of new York City. Cub scouts pow wow Rutland a the Green Mountain Council Bra will hold a cub scout pow wow saturday june 12 from i to 4 15 . At the Rutland Fairgrounds. Entrance to the Fairgrounds will be from Park Street Only. The pow wow is a fun filled training session for leaders and parents of scouts from 8 toll years old. It is an Opportunity for All leaders experienced and new to share ideas. The pow wow will begin with registrations at 25 cents per person a review of exhibits and a formal opening. Following the opening participants will go to their assigned stations for games skits and crafts. The pow wow is under the direction of Carroll Reed assisted by Carl Frankiewicz Maurice Pease Emery White and Joseph Siliski of Rutland. Vere Handicap on these tests. However informational background is important. The tests assume a Good Deal of knowledge without which Clear thinking would be impossible. For this reason the tests Are Good As measurements of your ability to carry on a program of general education. The tests ask for definite generalizations concepts and ideas for critical evaluations for Clear thinking. They Are not concerned with detailed Content exact definitions and dates or formal facts. Scope of examination the High school equivalency examination consists of a series of five tests. They Are tests of Power and maturity with emphasis on understanding and interpreting printed selections. They Are not primarily tests of memory and knowledge of specific subject matter. They do not Call for writing on the part of the candidate. The candidate is required to select the Best answer out of several choices that Are Given him. Each test takes approximately two hours. A Brief description of each examination follows test i correctness and effectiveness of expression emphasis in this test is on spelling punctuation capitalization and grammar. Test ii interpretation of Reading materials in the social studies this test measures ability to understand and evaluate Reading selections concerning social political economic and cultural problems. Test i interpretation of Reading materials in the natural sciences this test emphasizes the ability to pay close attention to detail and to reason logically. Test in interpretation of Reading materials in literature this test is based on a variety of selections from world literature and emphasizes the ability to interpret figures of speech Cope with unusual sentence Structure and meanings and to recognize mood and purpose. Test v general mathematical ability this is a test of problem solving of a practical nature including such things As the mathematical aspects of life insurance instalment buying taxes the ability to estimate costs of simple Home construction and repair projects As Well As Ordinary arithmetical skills addition subtraction division multiplication with whole numbers percents fractions and Decimals. Final column this will be our last article of Quot school and you Quot until next september. We Are very pleased with the Many letters and phone Calls pertaining to the various articles we have written. The guidance office will be open this summer from 8 to 3, monday through Friday. If we can be of any service to you do not hesitate to Stop in and see us. Bennington Banner thursday june to. 19fl5-ft Judith Mammay to get degree sunday at Una Durham . A mrs. Judith Moore Mammay daughter of or. And mrs. James a. Moore of 115 Hicks ave., Bennington will receive a . Degree from the College of Liberal arts of the University of new Ham it Shire sunday at the 95th commencement exercises Here. A graduate of Bennington High school mrs. Mammay a major was in physical education at Una. She has been appointed to the physical education teaching staff at Exeter ., High school for the coming school year. Nearly 1,000 degrees will be conferred sunday four honorary More than 150 advanced and nearly 850 baccalaureate. G. Keith Funston president of the new York Stock Exchange and former president of Trinity College in Connecticut will deliver the commencement address. Graduation is scheduled for 2 . In the new sylvely Arena on the Durham Campus. Mrs. Judith Mammay Yul Wayne specials Hollywood up a Yul Brynner and John Wayne will make special Cameo appearances in Quot cast a giant Shadow Quot starring Kirk Douglas. Sport shirts sport shirts Adams clothes shop a shoes too free parking in rear of store lunch dinner phone 442-5257 Chicken legs breasts la. Swifts Premium protein Boneless chucker oven or pot roast la Hamburg All made patties Del Monte special Catsup Cut Wax Beans pineapple Grapefruit 14 of. 303 for for 46 of. For for 303 303 vagal. For for 1.00 1.00 89< 1.00 1.00 1.00 sliced beets Cut Green Beans pineapple slices Clorox cello tomatoes 2for45c bananas 2 for 25 barbeque chickens hot or cold Oach $1.29 hot Apple pies 59< Blueberry Cherry mince 69< Ivory personal size soap Bouduc re paper plates 40 count by sea test butter i la. 65< no Home style cookies b and b sliced mushrooms i la. 302 for for 1.00 1.00 fresh i fillet Haddock swordfish Steak fresh scallops fresh air conditioned for your shopping Comfort food open thursdays amp fridays till 9 . School Street Market

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