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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 16, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 8-Bennington Banner thursday june 16, 1966 Chapin exhibit to open saturday at Art Center Manchester a the second major exhibition of the 1966 festival of the arts at Vermont s a Center Here will open saturday with 55 oils and Watercolours by Francis Chapin. Until his death last year Chapin was the acknowledged Dean of Chicago painters and one of americans greatest masters of color. Over the years the Art Institute of Chicago honoured him with every prize they could bestow and his work is included in the permanent collections of Many museums. The artists widow mrs. Vivien Chapin of Chicago will attend the reception from 3 30 to 5 saturday to open the exhibition. Hostesses at the reception will include mrs. G. Hobart Agnew mrs. Frank Calvin mrs. Orland Campbell mrs. James Glenn mrs. Oliver Jennings mrs. James Montague and mrs. William Resor. The Spring meeting of sva members will also take Flace saturday. Officers and committee chairmen will present Progress reports at 2 and at 2 30, members As Well As guests and the general Public Are invited to see the Art film Quot the Titan Quot to accommodate visitors the exhibition of work by Ivan Albright will remain until july 13. Jessica Bonds exhibition of documentary designs May be seen until june 22. E his so of Anil i Xuhui is Mas Chester Vermont dining. Dancing sports. Activities 1 swim suits i 2 = infants boys girls men s women s think i. Quot Fly fishing father give him an Orvis Fly line custom made to our specifications All popular sizes guaranteed the Orvis company inc. Mum , Vermont 05254 Carriage Trade enjoy a Beautiful table Freedom from polishing and modern living with the stainless steel specials now at Carriage Trade. From to to 25� off regular prices. Quality and design Are tops. Buy them for yourself and wedding gifts All manner of gifts. The Appeal is Universal. Carriage Trade is on . Of. 7, 2 Miles North of Manchester Center nine to five six Days a week. Closed on sunday Manchester elementary school class of 1966 57 promoted from Grade 8 at Manchester exercises Manchester a diplomas were Given to 57 Manchester elementary school students wednesday night at Grade 8 graduation exercises in the school gymnasium. Douglas j. Collette was presented four awards by principal Donald r. Shanks. Collette won the Dar award the Manchester elementary school award for mathematics the Manchester its Barbecue band and antique cars at Weston disc no of we Al to j a y v 7 Garrow a i Manchester Center it. 5illlllllhiilllllthiiiilimilllllllllllllllllltllllmlllllllllllllllllllllltllimillllltlllllllllltlllllllllliiillllllllli rhe Jon Ette 0 dress and Gifis shop Conter of Arlington Vermont a a 82.98 dresses my soon to be arriving a sieeveie46 dress a hip Hugger skirts a More summer Slacks of in and look or r Many of our other sleep Wear i Street cajun is q Weston barbecued Chicken band music and antique cars will vie for attention on the Green Here saturday afternoon and evening As the Weston Community clubs Spring program comes to a close. At 3 30 ., the Valley band conducted by Richard Perry of Brattleboro will commence to play in the bandstand. One of the most travelled musical organizations in the state the band last year represented Vermont in a performance at the new York worlds fair and will play this fall at the Eastern states exposition at Springfield mass. Antique cars and antique car buffs from throughout the state will converge on the Village Green at 4 for inspection by interested visitors. At 5 30 Rex Doane of Londonderry and Asahel Waite of Weston will begin serving dinner on the Green. Among those assisting will be Deus Lavallee Glen Foster mrs. Grace Cramm, mrs. Paul Gawenus Sam Lloyd Fernando Parker and or. And mrs. Andrew Mchugh. Among the political luminaries to attend the festivities will be it. Gov. Jack Daley Sec. Of state Harry Cooley and rep. J. Allan Chalmers of District 21. The republicans Side of the Fence will be presented by candidates Thomas Hayes Perry Merrill and Byron hat Horn. At 8 Quot Genevieve Quot a technicolor comedy about an antique car race will be shown in the playhouse and at 10 30p.m. Jack Straw will entertain at the inn. The playhouse Box office will be open All Day for Purchase of season tickets to the summer play season opening on june 30. North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer a 442-4519 a these Home baked goodies wont last Long and people jul be hungry again by saturday. The Baptist women a Fellowship future of Tri Alley eyed Arlington a members of the school Board Here met tuesday evening with members of boards from school districts now involved in discussions within the Tri Valley regional school study committee and the Board of trustees of Burr and Burton Seminary in Manchester. The informal unpublicized meeting was apparently held to determine the position of Seminary trustees and Arlington a relation to eventual construction of a regional school under auspices of the Tri Valley committee. According to John m. Moore of Arlington co chairman of the Tri Valley group there jul be a statement issued on results of the meeting and. Moore hinted the nature of the Tri Vauney committee May have to be altered in the future because of Arlington a determination to make additions to its High and elementary schools As soon As possible without waiting for possible Tri Valley action. One school director who attended the meeting but who declined to be identified said Quot unless Burr and Burton changes its official position of determination to remain a private school privately governed or until there is a genuine education crisis in this Community caused by the refusal of All new York schools to accept students from our area or for some other reason the chances for an affirmative vote on the regional school Issue Are very for relaxed summer Reading. Try our mystery suspense Section 580 titles to choose from get your school Reading lists in to us As soon As pus in Bif Mao Tom books Manchester Center it. The i. 362 i 126 is sponsoring a Sale of pies cakes Etc. Saturday in the Park from to . To noon. Mrs. Arthur Pierce and mrs. Bernard Whitman Are co chairmen of this weeks Sale the first of a series planned for every other saturday throughout the summer. Vacation classes in Christian doctrine Are being sponsored Here this week by the confraternity of Christian doctrine of St. Johns Church. Mrs. John Laslo chairman of this phase of cd work reports that an average daily attendance of 120 children has been on hand for the classes. Teachers include sister Mary Philip . In Grade i mrs. Laslo Grade 2 mrs. Edward legacy jr., Grade 3, mrs. Robert Flynn Grade 4, mrs. William e. Dailey jr., Grade 5, for. Francis Kane Grade 6, and sister Kevin s.s.j., Grade 7. It has been announced that the Glossy pictures of this years graduating class Are available in the school office and May be picked up there by students who wish to have them. The women a auxiliary of the local fire department will appreciate donations of food or Cash in lieu of it from All interested people in the Community when they hold a food Sale in the Village Park Friday from to . To 2 The auxiliary is one of the hardest working groups in the Village and its efforts have contributed to Many attractive features in the new firehouse Hall which is used More and More often by local residents. For that reason they Are soliciting Community wide support. The food Sale is held in connection with the annual firemen a fair scheduled for this weekend in the Railroad station lot on main Street when a fun time for one and All is promised. Give dad. Bass Quot wee Junso for Patter 4 Day elementary school award for Reading and the schools award for general scholarship. Two awards in science and in English went to Lauren b. Bon Gartz. Sharon l. Ryan was Winner of the vow award for citizenship. Louise n. Zoufaly won the Manchester Chet ring ii Eiser to not a it i �73 at jul ims Nora Scott Wright daughter of mrs. Edna t. Wright will leave Madrid june 30 for Florence Italy where she will study italian at a summer school prior to her return to the . Where she will teach Spanish at Western College in Oberlin Ohio. As a result of filling and draining operations at the rear of the town office building a Start has been made on a Road connecting the rear of the firehouse with Center Mill. Town manager James l. Woodard said there Are no plans to Complete the Road at this time however. The beginning of the Road was graded primarily As a result of the scraping operations at the rear of the town office Woodard said. Members of it. Equinox Home makers group met at the american legion rooms tuesday to celebrate National Flag Day. The program was devoted to a discussion on the Flag of the United states. Mrs. Helen l. Pearson chairman of the Flag committee Ormsby chapter Dar read a history of the Flag. Selectmen will meet monday night instead of tuesday due to meetings of the Board of civil authority scheduled for tuesday and wednesday of next week. Purdy s inc Manchester Center Tel. 362-1226 schools award for showing the most improvement. Prizes for the vow essay contest on the subject Quot what does America mean to me Quot went to Louise m. Zoufaly first prize Suzanne a. Sheldon second prize and Roger b. Harwood third prize. Miss Zoufaly read her prizewinning essay after she was awarded the prize. All diplomas except one were presented by Eugene v. Kayatta chairman of the Manchester school Board. School director or. Clifford b. Harwood presented a diploma to his son Roger. crowded Peru a graduation exercises will be held tonight at the Peru school at 7 30 when Community interest will be focused pm Grade 8. Sharing All the attention will be Gayle Norse and Bernard Baker jr., the towns Only eighth graders. a special certificate of appreciation was Given by former supt. Edwin l. Bigelow to miss Albina Perry and miss Florence Kelton who Are retiring this year after 95 years of combined service in elementary education. A certificate was also Given to the teachers from the student body by Eddie Campbell president of the student Council. Is bus alumni compile roster of graduates North Bennington a a valuable memento of North Bennington High school has been made available through the efforts of two of its alumni. A Quot list of graduates of nah so has been compiled by miss Catherine Corcoran and printed by w. Kendall Rich. The Booklet includes the Complete roster of each class graduated from the school from 1879 with four graduates to 1966, with 46 members. Altogether 1,269 people were graduated from the High school during the 87 years of its existence. The Booklet neatly bound with a Blue cover on which the school building is pictured has already been circulated among some ii it Terestea people Here who have found it a delightful conversation piece As to Quot who was in whose class a Quot who married whom a a Etc. A Small fee of 30 cents will cover Cost of the paper for the Booklet and postage for mailing. Orders for the booklets should be sent to the school in North Bennington and will be available As Long As the Supply lasts. Mrs. Kennedy again Heads congregational Fellowship North Bennington a the women a Fellowship of the congregational Church completed a successful year with a covered dish supper held tuesday at the Home of mrs. J. Duncan Campbell. The hostess was assisted by mrs. Maurice Ball and mrs. Cathryn Miles. New officers and committee chairmen were elected at this annual meeting and include mrs. John Kennedy re elected president mrs. George Randall vice president mrs. Campbell Sec Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont 686-9103 the women a Republican club of the town of Hoosick will meet tuesday evening at the summer cottage of mrs. John Murphy at Hedges Lake. A covered dish supper will be served at 6 30 before the meeting. Miss Ethel Van Wert and miss Norma Brenenstuhl will assist the hostess. Members Are asked to bring their own table place settings. asked to co easy on water i Supe North Bennington a the North Bennington water Board believing that Quot an ounce of warning is Worth a Pound of strict regulation has issued a reminder to All water users that automatic sprinklers perforate no parking Manchester a the Highway department has drawn White lines on the North and South sides of it. 11-30, at the intersection of . 7 in preparation for the erection of Quot no parking a signs. According to town manager James l. Woodard the signs will be put up soon. The no parking area extends from the Corner to cottage Street and was designated by the Highway department after a request to the department by selectmen for advice on How to improve traffic flow at the Busy Corner. Selectmen said they first asked to have the Center line moved to provide More passing room in the East bound Lane then according to selectmen other suggestions were made. The Only alternative acceptable to the Highway department was the Quot no parking designation selectmen said. Mountain towns Carlo Wolfer to 4-3993 or. And mrs. John Day and son Joseph of Smyrna . Were weekend guests at the Home of mrs. John Clement and his sister mrs. Clara Day. A More local visitor was mrs. Dorothy Slater mrs. Days daughter of Bennington. Pot Luck the Wilmington Home demonstration group held its annual pot Luck supper tuesday night at the vestry of the Baptist Church. Fourteen members and husbands attended. On the serving committee were mrs. Ellen Cimonetti mrs. Gertie Carpenter and mrs. Mildred Berry. A Short business meeting followed with mrs. Berry presiding. Flowers for the Bridge boxes were taken care of by mrs. Helen Worden mrs. Barbara look and mrs. Berry. The project sponsored by the Home demonstration group is an annual undertaking supported by contributions from town organizations. Next meeting will be held july 8. De or soaker Hose Are forbidden by water department regulations to be used at any time. A spokesman for the water Board said today that while the present water Supply is adequate for Normal use they have no guarantee that a spell of dry weather May not deplete it. For that reason they have asked water users to continue the sensible and conservative measures that have proved successful in past years. They note that while any Type of automatic water sprinklers Are forbidden use of Hose held in the hand is permitted. In he Pownal Vera Langlais 823-7716 sixteen students from the Pownal have been graduated this week from Bennington High schools from chs a William Lounsbury Susan Pudvar Marcia Buck Barbara Roy Beverly George Nola Campbell and Susan Pratt from Beyhl a Wesley Foster Clifford Barber Stephen Kauppi Stephen Woodcock Burt Ware Craig Snow Conrad Chaffee Martha Littlefield and William Rowe. Members of the Pownal unit league of women voters who met last week to work on the first editing of the Quot know Pownal a Booklet were mrs. Thomas p. Hurley miss Fannie Collins mrs. Charles w. Rounds miss Sarah Morrison and mrs. Edward Mckeever. Final editing is expected to be completed by the end of the month. Mrs. Melinda Tanzman has been appointed finance chairman of the Pownal unit and mrs. Jane Cha May has been welcomed As anew member. Accepts position miss Kathryn Salluzzo daughter of Anthony Salluzzo of Church Street who graduated from new York state University at Geneseo sunday with a bachelors degree in Library science has accepted a position at the Williams College Library. Miss Salluzzo who worked two Summers at the Bennington College Library will begin her new work july i. Open House open House will be observed at the new masonic Temple at 148 main St. Here sunday from 2 to 4 During those hours a band concert will be held on the Lawn in front of the Home. Band members will include Many from the shr ners band. Members of the local order of Eastern Star and Lodge of masons will be hosts. Painting is a Quot snap when you use Qutb Khots pc Riti choose Oil base or Latex both priced the same Kilburn a hardware plumbing amp heating supplies Manchester Vermont Opportunity Bor plus bail Ltd la ice garage fully equipped a plus variety store paying business in Active Vermont Village illness forces Sale priced below actual value at $33,000 Northgate realty Williom h. Turner a Park place a Manchester ctr. Tel. 802-362-1717 rotary and mrs. David Barton treasurer. Committee Heads include mrs. Kendall Rich program mrs. Randall spiritual life mrs. Jennie Clark and miss Thelma Gaul ways and Means mrs. Walter Whitman worthwhile service mrs. Harold Rte in Ann material aids. Also mrs. Lorenzo Sanborn social chairman mrs. Ball and mrs. Miles hospitality and mrs. Miles chairman of Lions club suppers. Others include mrs. Hans Friederich Christian education mrs. J. Edward White Kitchen mrs. Milton Mickey parsonage mrs. Arthur Jones publicity and mrs. R in in Ann key woman. Annual reports Given at this meeting showed that the local Fellowship has extended its interest and funds into All Corners of the Globe this year from puerto Rico to Viet Nam. Special contributions were made to the Mother and child welfare Center near Poona West India and a directed gift to the Ryder memorial Hospital puerto Rico. In response to an Appeal from the United Church Board for world ministries the women voted a gift of $100 to a fund for famine Relief in West India. Fellowship meetings Are not held during the summer months. Bromley a to guide Shaft at Equinox House route 7, Manchester it. In in Orr in we

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