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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 10�?Bennington Banner monday june 14, 1965 39 to make Arlington trip to world s fair Manchester a thirty nine students of grades 7 and 8 of the Manchester elementary school Here will leave at Dawn tuesday for three exciting Days in new York City and the world s fair under arrangements made by Sita student International tour association mrs. Berry Wall and Burton Brown of the school faculty. It was Learned today that Brown and his Fiancee miss Patricia Martin of the Dorset elementary school faculty who were to accompany the group will be unable to chaperone the trip because of the death of Brown s brother Burdett of Wardsboro in a six fatality Accident sunday night in Townshend. Mrs. Wall said she was attempting to find new chaperones and that the trip would go on As planned. A local bus owned and operated by Austin Rumney of Dorset will take the children to new York where they will be met by a Sita guide. Activities on the first Day include visits to the u.n., the statue of Liberty the planetarium window shopping through Rockefeller Center among other experiences. The group is scheduled to leave Early on both wednesday and thursday mornings for the fair where a carefully planned schedule has been arranged for the children by Sita. The nationwide organization will take Over All details including Chaperon age As soon As the local group reaches new York City. Students will stay at a hotel boys and girls on separate floors. Cost per student for the three Days including hotel transportation and fair expenses was set at a Low $27.50. Students making the trip Are Jacqueline Bell Patsy Boardman Patricia Greene Suzanne Kelleher Judy Malone Jill pen Nock Virginia Ritchie Cheryl Smith Nancy Wall Sandra Yrsha Agatha Zentz Sally Ameden Charlene Bacon and Cathy Clay. Also Arlene Cole Donna Edson Shara Lyn Fowler Donna Johnston Anne o Leary Melanie Otis Debbie Stacy Michele Zou Faly and Judy Cherbonneau. Also David Bushee Clarence Chittenden Gregory and James Comar Edward Campbell Harvey Keyes James Martin James Messe Michael Nicholson Michael Smith Joseph Bushee Richard Clayton Jeffrey Kilburn William Roberts James sessions and David Wall. Memorial fund for pastor at Readsboro Readsboro a a memorial fund to Honor the late Rev. Andrew p. Demasi who was pastor of St. Joachim s Church Here for 18 years has been started by members of the Parish. Father Demasi died suddenly in Pittsford last april. The Rev. Martin Clancy father Demasi s successor Here said the fund will be used to provide for electrical operation of the present Church Bell which will permit ringing of the Angelus each Day at 7 ., noon and 6 ., and also will ring automatically each sunday before the 8 and to And the 6 Masses. The Bell weighing 400 pounds was installed in november 1898, and is dedicated to St. John. Those wishing to contribute to the fund have been asked to notify father Clancy. Helene Thompson 375-2325 no Shaft Arlington Little league will have a House to House canvass monday night to raise Money for equipment and maintenance for the Field for the season. Or. And mrs. Joh Molloy have returned from Hyattsville md., and Washington d.c., where they attended the graduation of their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Paul Molloy from Catholic University. Or. And mrs. Ernest Woelber of Bogota n.j., Are spending the week with the Molloy after attending the wedding of Thomas Molloy saturday in Dorset. Mrs. Margaret dulls spent a few Days last week with her Niece mrs. Ralph bevels of Bennington. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Smith and family of Ludlow spent the weekend at the Home of or. And mrs. Donald Keough to attend the wedding of Smiths sister Cynthia saturday morning. Choral concert the Arlington choral group has set june 19 As the Date for its Spring concert. Arrangements will be handled by mrs. Lorraine Moody and Lawrence Brush co chairmen. Others on the committee mrs. Marjorie Macksey Dean Osgood mrs. Dorothy Grout mrs. Mathilda Kenny and miss Florence Burggraf. The chorus Aas Long had plans to have a record made to include some of its Best selections from tapes of past is hoped that such records will be available by fall. Anyone interested in purchasing such a record is asked to Contact any member of the chorus. Calendar monday a 6-8 ., Arling ton no Shaft Little league House to House canvass 8 ., Wei veterans Arlington Manchester Barracks 3117, legion rooms. Arlington. Tuesday a 7 30 ., Arlington choral group rehearsal for Spring concert Community rooms West Arlington 8 ., Arlington Garden club open meeting Fisher elementary school h. Gleason Mattoon will speak on a the Wise use of our natural heritage Public is invited. Wednesday a i ., Enterprise society covered dish picnic luncheon at the Home of mrs. Edward Curran 6 ., giants is. Pirates Little league Field Arlington 7 ., Battenti Lagrange mystery ride and picnic starting from Grange Hall West Arlington. Thursday a 6 ., indians is. Braves North Bennington. Saturday a i ., doubleheader in Arlington dodgers is. Pirates followed by red sox is. Indians 8 ., Arlington choral group annual Spring concert Amus gym. Shaftsbury j fran Stacy 442-6524 tonight there will be a House to House Campaign for funds for the no Shaft Little league. The Money raised will be used to buy equipment and for work on the Little league Field this year. New officers named for medical groups Rutland a Roy v. Buttles m j Montpelier pathologist was elected president elect of the Vermont state medical society at that organizations annual meeting recently completed at the Equinox House Manchester. Or. Ralph r. Jardine of Lyndonville took up his duties As president. Other officers elected were or. Walter w. Buttrick jr., Bellows Falls vice president or. Roger w. Mann Jeffersonville treasurer or. Armand Archambault Barre treasurer or. Richard e. Bouchard Burlington speaker and or. Dewees h. Brown Bristol vice speaker. Getty Page of Mendon was continued As executive Secretary. Mrs. Bernard j. Hubenet of Mendon was installed As president of the woman s auxiliary to the society. Other officers elected were mrs. Abraham a mos Kovitz Bennington first vice president mrs. Richard e. Bouchard Burlington second vice president mrs. Robert p. Dar Row Mendon recording Secretary mrs. Gordon b. Smith Rutland corresponding Secretary and mrs. William w. Brislin Rutland treasurer. The state medical society s a i. Robins Community service award to a the Vermont doctor who has actively been engaged in Community service and activity Quot was presented to or. Henry a Farmer of Burlington. Retiring president of the society or. Clifford b. Harwood of Manchester read the citation. East Arlin Iton is indie hand Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 or. And mrs. William Assiter were Here last weekend to attend the wedding of a Cousin miss Dona Best to Stephen Malik at the Union Church in Sunderland. Enterprise society of East Arlington Federated Church will hold a picnic luncheon at the Home of mrs. Edward Curran on wednesday at i Members Are asked to bring their own place setting. In Case of rain the meeting will be held in Bailey Hall. Hostesses will be mrs. Curran mrs. Roy Grout mrs. Norris Tibbetts and mrs. Miner Clark. Luncheon will be followed by a a show and Tell session for which each member is asked to bring a collectors item or conversation piece and Tell its Story. Heads society mrs. Nancy Paulin Larkin granddaughter of mrs. Richard Bentley and a Niece of or. And mrs. Ralph Bentley of Sunderland is the new head of the Chicago society of medical technologists. Mrs. Larkin daughter of or. And mrs. Leo Paulin of Troy ., is an associate scientist and supervisor of research and clinical Haematology at the american cancer research Hospital at the University of Chicago. Her photo appeared in a recent Issue of the Troy record As she was being congratulated by her predecessor mrs. Melba Robson. Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont 686-9103 Strai Sherry festival set for june it North Bennington a if All this tiptoeing about in space by our astronauts has t disturbed its Normal course there should be nearly a full Moon to add to the attractions of the 10th annual Strawberry festival scheduled for june 17 at the Home of or. And mrs. Bernard Whitman on Mattison Road. Serving on the spacious Lawn of the Whitman Home will Start at 5 30 ., and patrons will have a Choice of Strawberry Shortcake with homemade biscuit sundaes milk shakes Etc. There will be entertainment by 4-h Talent and a new feature this year will be a food Sale. On june 23, St. Mary s Academy will graduate its largest class with 33 students receiving diplomas. According to the Rev. Thomas Cook principal two thirds have already received acceptances into various colleges and schools of higher learning. Ten will enter four year colleges nine will enter schools of business two schools of nursing one will enter a Community College and three Are still making a Choice. The modern language association of the Albany diocese has awarded certificates of Merit to local students including Constance Kovage and Patricia Greenwood for projects rated As excellent and to Barbara Powers Andrea Hoag William mar Cox Mary Kay Dorr Caroline Martelle Sharon Sweet and Margaret Kempf for projects rated As Good. On june 7, father Cook sister John Berchmans and sister Jeanne Monica represented the faculty of St. Mary Sas invited guests at the concluding to program of a Little red the president of Albany 40 quart cooler All plastic foam clean lightweight rugged a odor free 2 49 Economy Auto stores inc 532 main St _ dial ,2 6226 open for i til 9 All Day saturday savings Bank interviewed and congratulated captains of the three time winners on the current years programs who included William Gorman of the local school. Gorman attended the program accompanied by his father William Gorman and other faculty members. On june 3, the Sisters of St. Mary s Convent were treated to a viewing of slides by or. Harry Harrison of his recent european trip. In a recent math tournament sponsored by the mathematics teachers of the Albany diocese Myla Delurey of St. Mary a Academy was individual High scorer for the school. She will be awarded a Silver medal in recognition of her achievement. Certificates will be presented to the other 14 participants who included Linda Delurey and col Een Fitzpatrick. They received honorable mention. Falls executive returns from Europe Hoosick Falls A or. And mrs. William Mcmartin of 7 John St., returned wednesday from a three week trip abroad where they visited in England France Belgium Italy and Switzerland. It was a combination business and Holiday trip for Mcmartin an executive of the Dodge fibres corp. Here who visited Tyga Dure co., in Littleborough England and Caraef co. In Tourcoing France both licences of the local company also angst and pres ter companies in Milan Italy and Zurich Switzerland distributors for the company and the packaging exposition in London. While in Switzerland or. And mrs. Mcmartin attended the graduation last saturday of miss Sally Dodge from the american school in Switzerland in Lugano. Miss Dodge is a daughter of or. And mrs. Cleveland e. Dodge or. In Manchester Judith Pennock Burr and Burton Board of civil authority sets three tax sessions this week Russell Holton Arlington High Vyff names scholarship winners Judith Pennock of Manchester and Russell Holton of Arlington Are winners of the 1965 Vermont Forest and Farmland scholarship reports Robert fish executive director of the Vyff. Scholarship funds Are made available from the management of 60 acres of the Merck memorial Forest which Are set aside As typical farm Forest operations. The net income from the two harvests in 1965 was $338.67 and $264.32. The purpose of the scholarship is to help deserving students and to demonstrate the value of income that May be derived from an intensively managed woodlot. The income from the 60 acres of management has ranged from $230.00 to $338.67. Miss Pennock will receive scholarship a which is $338.67. She is 18 and a current graduate of the Burr and Burton Seminary. She plans to enter Castleton state College this fall and prepare for a career in elementary education. Russell Holton 17, is a current graduate of Arlington memorial High school. He will receive scholarship b which is $264.32. This will be applied to his educational expense at Castleton state College. He plans to eventually teach secondary education. Vyff director fish reports that eight Bennington county youths have received Vyff scholarships since the scholarship initiation in 1958. The scholarship selection committee includes or. Julia Shipman retired College professor of Arlington James Bud Edgerton Bennington county 4-h club agent John c. Page country agricultural agent and fish director of Vyff. Cambridge Ruth rates 677-3421 admissions to Mary Mcclellan Hospital for the weekending june 6 include mrs. Joan r. Blanchard mrs. Elizabeth Center mrs. Janet a. Cummings mrs. Lorraine a. Frisbee mrs. Grace d. Hamilton Lodis j. Peters Dianne Wilkie and Albert Prin dle of Cambridge Ronald w. Eddy of Buskirk mrs. Marcia Holbritter and James f. Mcguire of Hoosick Falls and mrs. Dorothy n. Moore of Poultney. Discharges for the same period include Holly c. Brace West Pawlet mrs. Emily v. Starr mrs. Marion Carr mrs. Clara Hayden Hoosick Falls mrs. Elizabeth Center mrs. Janet a. Cummings Gene Furfuro mrs. Vera Harris and Lodis j. Peters of Cambridge Ronald w. Eddy Buskirk mrs. Bertha Gates Eagle Bridge mrs. Margaret i. Mars Pawlet and mrs. Geraldine i. Sherman West Rupert. Little theatre group elects Joseph Walsh Hoosick Falls A Joseph Walsh was elected president of the Little theatre at a meeting wednesday evening at the Home of mrs. Anthony Sal Luzzo 157 Church St. He succeeds mrs. Charles Turner. Other officers elected were Ash Crosby Vic president mrs. Carlton Shaw Secretary and Harry Fink treasurer. Mrs. Turner and mrs. Benjamin Sor Kin were named trustees. The annual meeting and banquet with installation of officers will be held june 23 at state line House. F a Manchester a when Walter s. Clemons chairman of the Board of listers said Hee a quote there would be a some Quot appeals following grievance meetings that ran three nights during the first week in june he was making the understatement of the tax year. As of saturday night when the Board of civil authority met on the last Legal Date to begin hearing tax contests Between listers and appellants More than 35 of the nearly 60 original complainants had made a new Appeal. And it looked like More were coming. The Board however met Only briefly. Seven members took their oaths then recessed until tonight when they expect to have state tax dept advice on a proposal to return appealing prop mane Bester Jackie Breen 362-2259 members of the Manchester Garden club last week set out a number of attractive red Flower boxes filled with a variety of blooms on the Wall of the Mill Pond in Manchester Center. Contents of one of the boxes was dumped into the River sometime Early sunday afternoon. The matter is under investigation by police. A new baby sitting service for children Ages three to to called the a Jack amp Jill club a will be operating Here tuesdays wednesdays and thursdays from to To 4 Starting june 29. Pamela Bouton and twins Kathe and Lisa Dillmann with the Aid of their mothers in an advisory capacity will be in charge at the Bouton residence on the West Road. Riding lessons will be available for the youngsters by appointment and activities will include swimming Pony rides walks picnics and automatically to the 1964 grand list except those which Are new or have been substantially changed. The Board emphasized that it would not deny an Appeal to anyone and agreed to hear any taxpayers who made requests to the town clerk on the basis of the nine Days allowed by the notice sent out Over the listers signatures. However in View of the tax dept s recommendations made at pre town and other tax meetings last Winter that the town keep the 1964 property assessment in Force until the Knowles system went into effect 1967and because the Board Felt this tacit understanding was responsible for approval of the Knowles system by the voters it was decided to seek Legal opinion on reducing the grand list to the figure set by the county Appeal Board last year. One Board member pointed out Chat the town voted $6,000 in March to cover listers expenses in setting up the Knowles system. Instead the listers got Busy and upped a lot of assessments he said. As All hearings must be completed and decisions placed by july 12 in town clerk Clara May Hemenway a hands the Board agreed to begin hearing appellants tonight with the Board set to meet at 7 for discussion and at 8 for hearings. Miss Hemenway said she would try to line up owners of new properties who would not be affected regardless of what the state had to say by a Blanket reduction. Several on the Board said they Felt such a move would not be allowed. A the state tax dept and gov. Hoff Are watching Manchester very closely Quot miss Hemenway commented As she urged that the group walk on solid Legal ground throughout the hearings. Further sessions with appellants were set for thursday and saturday nights. Though no hearings were scheduled for saturdays meeting several Motel owners showed up to see what was going on. Eight motels appealed for and won reduction in taxes last year from the county Board but one owner indicated saturday that he still would t be satisfied with a Blanket reduction. His comment Drew groans from several officials frustrated with the local tax strife. A it looks like another Long hot summer in Manchester Quot one said. Writes history Wilmington a local lion has compiled a 30-Page history of District 45, Lions International of Vermont. Robert m. Lamorder historian for the District dedicated his compilation the first Ever written to International Counselor Earle a. Rice of Windsor Nasa boys Cotton Denim tapered dungarees machine washable sturdy to of. Denim. 4 pockets. Black Blue Green charcoal. 8-18. Tuesday Only baloney 2 5100 lbs. I it local froth eggs 2 m00� a to our Chicken Roll 79< submarine sandwiches 69<madkour s Central Market 517 main St. Dial 2-9246 you will cherish your wedding forever. With professional portrait photos Lloyd a studio Tel. 442-55 16 439 main St. Bennington it. In Charlo >1. Schulz peanuts dear mom and dad taints Are 60in6 better Here at Camp. Tokuo Klel a act he was ver lonesome but i think i have helped him. Ihil Kiwi arho a it mfg o in. By Joh mix liar Asi _ 2 a v. It Shell a the sea has taken w Blomlie in Chic of Iii Quot Steve Calix on by Milton Cahill life a triple Plav in baseball Steve leads per Dua Rune to the chair of tub head of state.1 2 one of the actors atoms toward them As if to order her to Pirc the zip Oun a. Sot. Lafe Wood starts a flying tackle at the actor i but when the empty zip gun does not fire As Deeta triggers it with her left fingertips. It heart of Juliet Jones by stall Drake when i was sentenced to Twenty years at hard labor i told aay wife to get As far away As she could and to think of me As her Quot late

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