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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 17, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Awards Assembly honors Arlington High students Falls cancer second Section drive Coes Page eleven Arlington William Towne principal of Arlington memorial High school at an Assembly Friday morning of Junior and senior High school students encouraged students who were completing eighth Grade to work hard in their High school studies. A the time to begin is at the beginning of High school a Towne said a not in the Junior or senior years. The following students were presented certificates for completion of the eight grades Edward and Pamela Baldwin Anthony Blair Daniel and Kathryn Clayton Sandra Corey Chris Davis Patrick Derola Joann Doyle Katherine Elwell Lee Greenwold Dianne Grout Avis Harrington Sterling Harrington John Hayden Helen Henning Richard Hess Gordon Howard Carol Howarth Anne Kendall Susan James Robert Jenning Barbara Macksey Stephanie Mahler Betsy Moody Maureen Park Gerald and Linda Pike Nancy Poulin Cheryl Salter Paula Squires Patrick Thompson Glenn Totten David Trachte Robert Vaylle William Wade Barbara Walsh Anna Webb James Wiley Walter Wilkinson David and Donna Woodard Jerry Woodard Arthur Wyman and Steven Young. The mathematics award for the highest score on a Ulm mathematics examination for the Best paper in amps was won by Thomas Poulin. Henry Coley baseball coach gave out letters pins and certificates to his 1965 squad Kenneth Clayton Jeffrey Gribbin James Hayden Russell Holton Richard Marckres Thomas Poul in Keith Clayton Robert Carneau Donald Marsh John Martin Alan Mears Walter Rice James Webb Donald Corey Robert Curtis Elllyn Moore Eugene Pelham Roy Holton Richard Hoyt and Michael Knox. Deanna Gould girls softball coach also gave letters pins and certificates to her victorious squad who became champs after beating Burr and Burton last week. Mrs. Jane Aaron Home economics teacher presented the Betty Crocker award to prudence Kuhl. This award is Given each year to the senior girl getting the highest Mark in the Betty Crocker homemaking test. Barbara Gar rec it received a trophy for a Best homemaking student of 1965 at Arlington High. The Dar medal Given to the Junior High student who had done Superior work in history went to Glenn Totten Grade 8 student. Elllyn Moore and Thomas Pelham received certificates for turning in the Best papers in amps in the United nations contest. Certificates were presented to the following students who had placed in the top to per cent of the nation in National educational development tests Pamela Blair Suzanne Garneau Linda James Stephen Kenny Christian Moody Elllyn Moore Diane Sherwin Jordan Ulery Candice Wiley Dorothy Douglas Wayne Hagelberg Karen Hertlen Michael Knox Christine Lindsey Susan Mahler Jerome Whitman. Honor award pins awards based on participation in extra curriculum activates excluding sports and Scholastic work went to Helen Aaron John Bearden Mary Margaret Henning Margaret Holland Russell Holton Nell Knapp j. Patrick 0neu, Thomas Poulin John Secor Fay Stroffoleno Judy Coulman Barbara Garrecht Sharon Snow Don Olyn Hagelberg Donald Marsh Linda James and Paela Blair. Elizabeth Tallarico English teacher announced that Pamela Blair had won the District first prize for her Edmunds essay a abolition in Vermont which enables her to enter the state contest. Band awards were presented to the following second year members Alan Mears Cheryl Rice Sheila Wade Robert Vaslie Richard Hess James Wiley John Davis Stephen Zimmer Paula Wade Maureen Labatt Shirley Howard and Kelly Owens first year awards Gordon Howard Peter Kendall and Jerry Lane. Students with perfect attendance for the school year 1964-65 were Jeffrey Brown Stephen Coulman Virginia Hall Shirley Howard Frances Langlois William Moore Thomas Pike Larry Shoff David Smith Frederick Squyers Steven Zimmer Sandra Corey John Hayden Barbara Macksey Patrick Thompson James Wiley Steven Young Barry Buck Kathryn Hayden to Holton Christine Lindsey Susan Mahler Philip Richard Frances Welsh Robert Curtis Stephen Kenny Joanne Walsh Edward Erickson Barbara Garrecht Darrell Longtin Donald Marsh Donna Mcintrye Allen Mears and Kathleen Kenny. Caravan theatre announces new actors apprentices staff Dorset a Fred and Patricia Carmichael co producers of the caravan theatre have returned to Vermont to open their 17th summer season at the Dorset playhouse. Mrs. Carmichael is producer director of museum productions which presents historical plays in old Sturbridge Village mass., each summer. This past Winter she spent four months As the National tour stage manager of the award winning documentary a in White Carmichael is the author of several three act plays and of the 1965 museum productions script a a question of during the Winter months his work took him to the Caribbean while writing and entertaining aboard the Home lines cruise ships. Judith Page Murray will again design the majority of stage set let us estimate the Cost of installing a new heating Plant in your Home or business h. Greenberg amp son inc 321 main St. Bennington it. Dial 2�6324 for dad w his my a new attache Case from $6.39 to $36.00 its something he probably wouldst buy for himself. So Why done to you Surprise him with one for father s Day eve a alg news office cd Aims equipment 431 main St. Dial 2-6326 Bennington better than Sunshine a electric clothes dryer Stop in today Cin Mal Vermont Public service corp. Over the top Hoosick Falls . Charles Frazier general chairman of the town of Hoosick 1965 cancer drive has announced that the drive is ended with a grand total of. $2180.63, an increase of $350 Over last year. This years goal was $2000, an increase of $500 Over last year. With captains for each Section the area collection is broken Down As follows mrs. Raymond Delurey Ward i $100.-10 mrs. Bernard Davock Ward ii $178.11 mrs. Harold Doyle Ward in $301.15 mrs. William Bohmer Ward in a $76.-25 mrs. Robert c. Lewsey Ward in a $127.68 mrs. Herman Marsh North Hoosick Walloomsac $163.97 mrs. Arthur Moseley Eagle Bridge Buskirk $95. Mrs. Irving Stevens Hoosick $157.15 mrs. Edwin Brenenstuhl River Bovle Pine Valley roads $58.42 Milton Cross West Hoosick $146.50 mrs. Earl gooder Mote Potter Hill Babcock Lake Road $49.75 mrs. Gilbert e. Green East Hoosick $40. John Delurey business $239.55 Richard Cuddihy Industry $330. Or. Harry Harrison professional $30. And mrs. Frazier organizations $70. Contributions sent directly to the american cancer society in Troy amounted to $17. Mrs. Frazier has expressed appreciation to All captains and their solicitors with a special mention for mrs. Harold Koeppe of Buskirk mrs. George Smith miss Patricia Moore miss Patty Crucetti and mrs. Anne Pappas. Bennington Aliner thursday june 17, 1965 Bennington county women receive certification As braille transcribers by Marchen Skinner Dorset a the Blind division of the Library of Congress has recently notified both mrs. Brenda Parsons of Dorset and mrs. Seaward Woodard of Peru of their certification As braille transcribers. Even with their certifications the areas official transcribers Are still limited to Only three the third being their instructor mrs. Leon Marks of Manchester who was certified in 1954 and has been teaching braille since 1955. The rarity of the accomplishment May be explained by the Many patient careful hours the work demands requiring a High degree of perfection and All done on a completely Volunteer basis. Certification is received after a student completes the 20-lesson braille course and submits to the Library of Congress division of the Blind a 50-Page trial manuscript which must be almost braille perfect. Certain errors Are considered More serious than others. Accomplishment of the course generally takes a year from lesson to the submission of a manuscript though students working at their own Speed May shorten or lengthen completion time. Students Are supplied from the state division of the Blind with a machine and the heavy Manila like paper on which braille is printed. Braille is a system of printing or transcribing for the Blind in which the characters Are represented by a combination of Only six raised dots that Don t lend themselves to erasure. It is written on a slate or a machine similar to a typewriter but with Only six keys a Dot for each key. It was invented in 1829 by Louis braille. Though much material for the Blind is now taped the need for braille continues particularly for student textbooks in the subjects of mathematics science and foreign languages. In fact so great is the need that even before their certification mrs. Parsons and mrs. Woodard under their teacher s supervision were actively transcribing requested assignments which were received by the state division of the Blind directed by miss Virginia Cole. All Vermont transcribers work in cooperation with this division mrs. Parsons has been working on an emergency Job of transcribing an economics textbook for a Vermont student at Swarthmore College who had found the Book too difficult to follow on tape. To keep up with the students Progress mrs. Parsons even took her braille machine with her on her Winter trip. Mrs. Woodard has done a pamphlet for the state being used by teenagers. It is titled a understanding yourself by Menninger. The area women became interested in braille after being introduced to it when mrs. Marks with her machine demonstrated its use and explained the need at a Manchester area Trade show. Both women declare it is one of the most satisfying Volunteer interests they have. Their teacher mrs. Marks is now beginning with three new students from the Northern part of the state who Send their lessons to her by mail. The Pownal Vera Langlais 823-7716 Nineteen from the Pownal Are graduates this month from three area High schools. The class of 1965, chs includes John Welch Ann Pizzano Craig Campbell Marion Clayborn and Elizabeth Pellern and from Benld Linda Niles Gary Patterson Donna Strobridge april mat Tison Linda Potter Dean Dixon John Evans David Woodcock Milton Pratt and Linda Pudvar. Four North Pownal students will be graduated june 27 from Hoosick Falls Central school Linda Zimmer Anne Pudvar Susan Smith and Ernest Langlais. Tings. This will be the 15th season for mrs. Murray. Anthony Dingman will design As he did last season the sets of four productions including the musical a once upon a Susan Richardson returns As business manager with Phyllis Restaino in her second year with the car Avaner As assistant. George Blanchard just returned from the National tour of a in White America a begins his third season As lighting designer and will also be production manager. Assisting him will be Pat Carney a recent graduate of Wheaton College. She has appeared in As Well As performed technical duties for such shows As a a taste of Honey a a a Thurber carnival a and a no appearing in the june 24 opening production of a the pleasure of his company Are Mary Carter and Phyllis Nierendorf new resident actresses for the season. Miss Carter has played with the metropolitan opera touring company theatre East and theatre on the Lake in new Jersey. Miss Nierendorf has appeared at the Oval theatre Farmington Conn. Atthe Spring Field theatre in Missouri and with the Fuzari Marionette company As Well As Les toupees de Paris at the new York world s fair. Also in a the pleasure of his company Are new resident actors of the company Ronald l. Savoy and David Siever. Savoy comes from Bangor Maine where he was Active at the University and with the Savoyards. Siever has appeared in Stock at theatre la homme Dieu in Minnesota Denison summer theatre and tent by the Lake in Pittsburgh Kan. A graduate of Kansas state College he also studied at the famed Cleveland playhouse. Returning for his second season of apprenticeship is Peter von Mayrhauser of Worcester mass. Since last summer he has appeared As Elwood p. Dowd in his High school production of new apprentices will include Sally Forbes a student at Converse College Faith Catlin of Troy n.y., who is currently attending Emma Willard school Donna Lee Wilson a Northwestern undergraduate and Pam Reichert who has worked with producer Patricia Carmichael at the Rye drama workshop in Westchester. New male apprentices Are Warren Knowlton a Brooks school student who was recently seen As the Lead in . Eliot s a the cocktail party Hap Lawrence an Arlington summer resident attends St. Lawrence University and has participated in the Colorado Shakespeare festival and Michael Brett a student at state University Fredonia n.y., where he won an award for his portrayal of Tom Lee in a Tea and East Arlington us rider Laius Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 children a Day was observed in the Federated Church sunday. The building was packed with parents and children. One of the highlights of the morning service was a Junior choirs rendition of Quot Hosannah to our the choir was under the direction of mrs. John Evans. For slimming summer sandwiches enjoy rite diet with Low calorie spreads of you think the great taste of Light rite diet of highest Quality ingredients with highest Quality bread just can to be beat we agree. That a Why you protein in every slice. So try dark rite diet ought to try dark rite diet bread. Its wonderful and you won t know which is your favorite anymore flavor makes it the Only other bread that can compare for sheer eating happiness. Rite diet is baked without shortening thanks to our special formula see ingredient listing on the Bright yellow fashion rite wrapper baked by free get your Handy Quot calorie counter where you buy rite diet bread. Keep tabs on your calories �1964 Bakers franchise corp. There i is difference

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