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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 17, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 18�? Bennington manner thursday june 17, 1965 Burr and Burton Seminary placement hits All time High while Creek Williamston theatre opens season july 2 Eleanor Niles Manchester a the greatest number of seniors from the a largest class yet to graduate from Burr and Burton Seminary have been accepted for education beyond High school according to e. H. Henry headmaster. Eighty four per cent of the class will continue their formal education. In addition to the High placement average the class gained the greatest number and the highest figure in scholarships Henry revealed. Over $10,000 in scholarship funds have been awarded to members of the class. Of the 84 per cent who will continue schooling approximately 41 per cent will attend four year colleges and universities some 20 per cent will attend two year business schools and colleges and the remaining portion will attend miscellaneous vocational schools and institutes for technical training. Over one third of those who have not been placed will enter the armed forces. Graduates and their plans Are Nancy Abbott new England Baptist school of nursing Donna Adams Garland Junior College Brenda Ameden Champlain College Norman Ameden National meat cutting school Toledo Ohio Christine Bacon Putnam memorial Hospital Laboratory technician course one of three students accepted Robert Belanger Academy of aeronautics at Queens Laguardia Airport William Belanger Sullivan county Community College hotel technology South Fallsburg . Peter Bermudez Middlebury College Susan Bingham Gordon College Carroll Bowen National heavy machine school Charlotte Bonnie Brooks Boston University patience Brooks gym Eugene Butler Rutland business College Pauline Campbell Newcomb College Tulane University new Orleans la. Lucille Campney work Richard Cepela Usan Dorothy Clough Albany business College Anita Cook Elie Beauty Academy Burlington Shirley Cook Northampton mass business College Theodore Day Heidle Burg College Tifton Ohio Lyman Dean service Kathleen Dugan Ulm Patricia eaves Castleton state College Sandra Edgerton Elie Beauty Academy David Edson Harvard University a Roth award Sandra Eggleston Castleton state College David Fielding Albany business College Charles Fleming Ulm Ellen Gleason Mary Hitchcock Hospital school of nursing Dorothy Goodell Ohio Northern University Ada Ohio Robert got shall work Cheryl Grover Castleton state College. Also Sylvia Hartwell Ulm Hamilton Hayes Ulm Angelin Higuera Albany business College Erie Hill work Paul Hill St. Joseph business College prudence Humphreys Greenbrier College Lewisburg w. A. Edward Ingraham Paul Smith col lie off recipient Philip f. Falwell son of mrs. Phyllis Falwell of fast Arlington was one of 475 seniors who received an associate in applied science decree saturday at state Ltd verify agricultural and i a c ii ii in a i College Alfred . A major in landscape development Falwell i a 1963 n has graduate. Mountain towns Carlo holler to 4-3993 the Searsburg 1945 Chevrolet ire truck which was purchased by the Searsburg Volunteer fire department about to years ago for $500, was sold recently to Lanesboro mass., for $50. Lanesboro which intends to use Hie truck As an auxiliary engine transported it on a Flat top because it had stood Idle for Many years. The truck which was largely paid for with donations with the town paying the balance was voted to the town about two years ago. The towns Volunteer fire department which is still in existence owns a portable pump several Hundred feet of Hose and a nozzle and other hand equipment which has been used occasionally in preference to the truck. Lege Vincent Kayatta Dean Junior College Patricia Kloman Castleton state College Judith Lamontagne Stevens College Columbia to. Bernadette Lyon Champlain College Cynthia Marvin Champlain College Ernest Marvin Rutland business College Robert my fall Ulm Kathleen my Wayne Ulm Michael Nawrath Ulm Howard Nichols Albany business College Howard of Donovan Ulm Eva Parks Dion a Beauty school Rutland Sharon Peck Keene state College Judy Pennock Castleton state College Linda Prates work Roland read Usa Michael Rogers Usan George Ruba Deau Albany business College Thomas Rumney Norwich University Susan Saunders Ulm Catherine Smith Ulm Douglas Solari work Nancy Spaulding Ulm Linda Twyne work Pauline Wade work John Waite new England College Ann Waters Albany business College William West Ulm William Whitman funeral service inc., new York Marcia Wilcox Champlain College. There will be a family night covered dish supper at Jermain methodist Church Friday night at 7 30. The committee will furnish Strawberry Shortcake for dessert. There will also be a Short program. Mrs. Catharine Harrington has been a patient at the Mary Mcclellan Hospital. Or. And mrs. Jerome Robertson and Donna Are vacationing in their camper trailer at the worlds fair. Or. And mrs. Richard Bugbee and family have reported Back to Camp in Kentucky after spending some time at his parents Home Here. The Maurice Taber family and Richard Niles attended a Ball game in new York sunday. Earl Tudor spent the weekend with the John Tudor family. Mrs. Robert Niles attended the St. Joseph College graduation at which her grandson Robert m. Niles was a graduate. Or. And mrs. Donald Niles and Linda were in Cobleskill . Saturday when Ben Niles graduated from the Cobleskill agricultural and technical College. Raymond Niles is Home for the summer from Cobleskill agricultural and technical College. Williamstown mass. A a balanced schedule of three comedies four dramas and one musical will make up the Lith season of the Williamstown theatre to be presented in Adams memorial theatre of Williams College from july 2 through aug. 28, it was announced today by Elkos spa Haropoulos the executive director. The season will open july 2 with . Shawls comedy a car is and the Man a to run Friday and saturday a special performance on monday and then will follow the regular run of tuesday through saturday with performances at 5 . And 9 . Saturday. Offered july 13-17 will be a a who a afraid of Virginia Woolf a Edward Albee a award winning controversial drama this will be the first release outside of new York City and the Road production. Curtain time for this production will be 8 . Instead of the usual 8 40 . Scheduled for july 20-24 is a private ear and the Public Eye a Peter schaffers amusing tender play. A few years ago Williamstown did his a a five Finger next will be Chekov so three Sisters a july 27-31, which Means that Williamstown will have done Chekov a four major plays. The fifth show aug. 3-7, will be a special release of Arthur Millers a after the fall the controversial award winning Story of Marilyn Monroe. Slated for aug. 10-14 is a comedy to be announced later. On aug. 17-21 will be a revival of a cat on a hot tin roof or a death of a the season will close aug. 24-28 with a pal Joey a a Rogers Hart musical. North be ii Mutton Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 miss Barbara Russ and mrs. Robert Russ of George Street have been recent visitors at the worlds fair. If you want Quality and Thrift too. A pcs own brands Ari for you buy air brands save on dependable Quality there a no if about getting Good value for your Money when you buy a amp a brands. These Fine products Are Quality All the Way. Find out for yourself. 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