Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 11 1965, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 11, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Is. M my is la luck1 Mitrik i hurs Hek Ulm strike Nim in Back rut taste others take away try new Lucky strike filters a Roburt of my. Liuz Ltd n a amp two 32 of Jar 5 for $1.00 20,000 sweaters in Stock 20,000 sweaters in Stock for father s Day. Sweaters s350 a Mon a 1005 Wool or orlon a Alpaca a Aust Ultan Zephyr Wool a Kodel a mohair amp Wool Charlestown Mill store 915 e. Main St. Pm 20.000 sweaters in Stock 20,000 sweaters in Stock North Bennington re. Bennington Vermont Quot doom finast Apple juice sport shirts Adams lollies shop Quot shoes too Bennington Banner Friday june la 1965-5 free parking in rear of store make it fathers Day 52 weeks a year. Send Quot his shirts to Bennington Bell laundry ring �?o6767�?� picking posies Deborah Southworth a second grader at Bennington elementary school gathers together both a smile and a bouquet of Flowers while stopping in a Shady Glen. Deborah daughter of or. And mrs. Truman Southworth of 114 Jefferson ave., was one of a group of youngsters visiting the farms of George and Albert Horst of West Road on an Outing this week. After the perfect wedding hold the wedding reception at the jew englander it restaurant no. Bennington re. 442-9787 galaxies 500 Hardtop Union Board accepts advice for Oil heat the formal acceptance of a report recommending Oil heat for the it. Anthony Union High school was among several details decided thursday night by the school Board. The Board voted on a motion by members Franklin d. Frantz and or. Arthur s. Farts to abide by the report of the architects Engineer that a medium no. 4 or 5 Grade of miss Dorsum is honoured at showers miss Patricia Dockum of North Branch Street Extension who will become the Bride of Harold c. Warnerjr. Saturday at la . In St. Francis de sales Church has recently been honoured at two pre nuptial showers. A miscellaneous and personal Shower was held at the Home of miss Betsy Stockman of Silver Street. This was Given and attended by miss Dockum a classmates of St. Joseph College class of 1965. Miss Dockum received two bridal cakes one the gift of miss Bonnie Barber and the other made by misses Mary Helen and Mary Susan Jerusavage of Norwalk Conn. She has also been guest of Honor at a bridal Shower held at the old Bennington schoolhouse. This was Given by her maid of Honor miss Bernadette Sausville and her bridesmaid miss Christina Dockum sister of the Bride to be. Miss Dockum was presented with a Pink variegated Carnation Corsage. Tho bridal cake was made by her aunt mrs. Pauline Morse. Girl graduate Lane Cedar Chest Headquarters $499s Haynes amp Kane inc. Dial 7-7133 434 main St. Bennington it. 5ince you can count a amp a for sport shirts i Oil would be most economical for the new building. A letter to the Board from the architects representative Colin Smith said that the Cost of electricity was not yet Low enough to justify designing the building for that kind of heat. Smith will be notified of the Board s decision to accept the recommendation. The Board also voted to authorize its finance committee headed by Barton l. Jenks to Start looking for a candidate for the full time Job of bookkeeper. The Board is considering either setting up an office in the school if there is room or renting temporary space for a while. Jenks said there will be plenty of work for a full time Job. John p. Morrissey reported for the site committee that the deed turning Over the soldiers Home property to the Board has been approved by the state attorney general and is in the hands of attorney Robert e. Cummings jr., who is on vacation. The Board s counsel Eugene v. Clark is drawing up a contract for Purchase of the land which must be signed by july 3, a month after expiration of the option. The Board agreed to change its meeting time to twice a month for Public sessions the first and third thursdays of each month. Committee meetings which Are closed will be called As needed. A closed session was held following thursday night s meeting with rail s. Kates who last week was hired As principal of the new Union school. The Board also received a letter from Rupert j. Spencer of the state department of education enumerating a number of questions raised about design details of the cafeteria and Kitchen of the proposed school. Up Pope visits Pisa Pope Paul i acknowledges the cheers of a welcoming crowd As he passes the historic leaning Tower of Pisa. The Pope made a Short four hour visit Othis was estimated some 300,000 persons flocked to see the pontiff. Red Cross drive nets Waites observe $16,865 goal is $19,500sih<�?Tr a a a a Mina the annual fund drive of the Bennington county chapter of the american red Cross has raised a total of $16,865 so far this year according to Gerald d. Nelson of Shaftsbury county chairman. This is a gain of about $2,700 since the last report at the end of april. Nelson said that an All out Effort will be made to reach the $19,500 goal by the end of the fiscal year june 30. He also announced that three other towns have a gone Over the top in Arlington solicitors have collected $1,068, $68 Over the goal. Co chairmen for the drive there Are mrs. Thomas b. Coleman and mrs. Allan p. Robertson. The co chairmen for Dorset mrs. Francis Monroe and mrs. Terry Tyler and their workers have collected $2,037, $387 higher than the town s quota. East Dorset contributors have Given a total of $175. The goal there was $150. Mrs. Harold b. Glans is heading the drive. Towns that had previously been reported As exceeding their quotas Are old Bennington Peru Shaftsbury Stamford and Woodford. Nelson noted however that collections in Bennington Village and from Industry Are still lagging. The red Cross chapter s water safety classes throughout the county which Are paid for by Money raised during the drive will begin june 28, according to Nelson. Nurse aide course is announced the Bennington office of the department of employment Security has begun recruitment for trainees for a nurse aide course which will be held at the Crescent Manor convalescent Home in Bennington. It will include such instruction As simple treatment of patients Dally nursing care and solving special nursing care problems. Eight to to trainees will be accepted for this Section of the course which begins on june 21 and continues for five weeks 30 hours per week. A second and third Section will be conducted with the dates to be announced in the near future. The course is sponsored jointly by the Vermont department of employment Security and the Vermont department of education under the manpower train ing act with funds supplied by the act. According to Ray Lovely manager of the Bennington office of the Vermont department of employment Security course applicants May be either male or female must be 18 years of age and up and must have a minimum of an eighth Grade education. Experience is not necessary but applicants must successfully Complete a Short general examination and have a medical screening. There has been a shortage of trained nurse aides in Bennington county. If pressed demand continues graduates will find the employment service can assist them to find jobs with Little difficulty. Interested persons should Contact the local office of employment Security at 604 main Street Bennington. Or and mrs. Burt l. Waite of 316 Elm St. Who observed their 25th wedding anniversary May 30, recently hold open House and were greeted by More than too friends and relatives. Mrs. Waite is the former miss Ethel Vallencourt who is on the nursing staff of Putnam memorial Hospital. Or. Waite for Many years an employee of the old Cooper Needle shop Here is retired. They were married May 30, 1940 in St. John s episcopal Church in Williamstown mass. A Buffet lunch was served by mrs. Stanley Cleveland mrs. Ethel Vance mrs. Rose Hall and mrs. Rose Mattison. A feature was an anniversary cake which had been prepared by mrs. Edna Seymour. Mrs. Martha Roy and mrs. Louise Dunham presided Over the Coffee table. Miss Janet Mcgaughey circulated the guest Book. Or. And mrs. Waite Are past worthy Patron and past worthy Matron respectively of it. Anthony chapter order of Eastern Star. Several members of this group and also nurses from the Hospital attended the gathering out of town relatives were included from new Hampshire and Massachusetts. Our Fords now have americans biggest new six just one reason Why �?T65 Fords have scored an get largest youth corps allotment two of the three summer projects Are for Rhode Island. The Central Falls school department will conduct a program for 140 in school enrollees while the City of Cranston will sponsor a project for 191 youngsters 140 of them in school and 51 out of school. The other summer project will be in Farmington Maine where school administrative District 9 will sponsor a program for 30 enrollees 26 of them in school and four out of school. Total Cost will be $15,700 with the Federal govern inept contributing $14,000. The conventional nyc project not restricted to the summer months will be in East Providence r. I., where the school committee will sponsor a work program for 75 in school youngsters. The . Will provide $15,-700 of the total Cost of $17,-700. The nyc administered by the Wilson Ford inc. 748 main Street Bennington it. Washington a four summertime neighbourhood youth corps nyc projects for Rhode Island Maine and Vermont and one regular program for Rhode Island were announced today by Secretary of labor w. Willard Wirtz. Largest of the summertime projects is slated for Vermont where the sponsoring Agency the state Board of education at Montpelier will conduct a $271,300 program for 575 youngsters 555 of them in school and 20 out of school. The government will contribute $243,-800 of the total Cost. . Labor department is designed to place unemployed youth from Low income families in Par time jobs that will enable them to stay in school or in jobs of up to 32 hours per week where they will receive constructive and rewarding work experience that will increase their it employability. Summer time nyc programs Are in addition to the regular projects. Secretary Wirtz explained Quot through this summertime employment we plan to give boys and girls the Opportunity to earn the Money needed to resume or continue their education in the fall or to prepare for further training and full time new England now has 33 nyc projects 28 regular and five summer at a total Cost of $5,-941,055. The five summer projects costing a total of $532,-700, will provide summertime work for 1046 youngsters 991 of them in school and 155 out of school. Save on big Fords too at your Ford dealers Loo Puu. <03 Sale All time sales record Ford s new 240-cu. In. Big six outperformed Chevy and Plymouth a Sixes Quot in Gas mileage acceleration and passing. Tests certified by the automobile racing club of America

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