Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 17 1966, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 17, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Win nursing scholarships a two officers of the women a auxiliary at the Putnam memorial Hospital present scholarship awards to three Bennington High school graduates to undertake further education in the Field of nursing. The three girls Are from left Leona Boutin a Bennington Catholic High school graduate who will be entering the University of Vermont Lee Buak a North Bennington High school graduate who will study at the Stamford Conn. Hospital and Pat Arrison a Beni graduate who will enrol for study at the Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington. The two women a auxiliary officers Are mrs. J. Philip Hall left treasurer and mrs. William c. Sennett Secretary. The auxiliary makes the scholarships available through its annual membership drive with this years drive currently under Way. Hagerman school District vote scheduled july 12 polls for the election of officers for the new Bennington school District will be open the Date of the districts annual meeting on july 12 from 2 until 8 . Replacing the present combined boards of the two merging districts will be a new Board of seven directors All elected at Large. To put the directors regular three year terms on a staggered basis initially three directors will be chosen for three year terms and two each for two year and one year terms. Announcing that they will seek election to the new Board have been several members of the present joint Board. They Are its present chairman Stewart e. Allen who said last night lie would a a probably seek election mouse notes Friday a from 6 to to ., fish Fries will be served. Ernie Caron will be at the piano. Sunday a the women of the Moose will hold an installation of officers. The Lodge is invited. Wednesday a regular membership meeting will be held. Saturday. June 25 a dance with the wonder Valley gang 9 to 12. Snacks will be served at to . For three years. Richar Sleeman and John p. Riddle who have said they will seek three year term posts or. James Shea who said he would probably go for one of the two year term spots and Ronald r. Knapp who will seek election for one of the one year term posts. With one exception All other members of the present Board several of them Long time veterans have indicated they will not be seeking election to the new District s Board. The exception is director anthems Pello who said he had not yet made up his mind on whether or not to run for the new Board. In addition two non incumbents have also announced their candidacies for Board positions mrs. Frances Gibney and mrs. Marie Condon at last Contact they had not decided on what length terms they would seek. To have their names placed on the election ballots All candidates for All districts offices must file nominating petitions containing at least 50 signatures. The petitions Are to be filed some time Between june 21 and june 28 with town clerk miss Mary Hodeck who until the annual meeting is held is serving As the school districts clerk. It was noted at the District Board meeting wednesday that to take part in the meeting District residents must be on the checklist for the meeting but that contrary to longtime Vermont Law payment of their poll Terrace restaurant t route 7 Shaftsbury business mans luncheon special $001 special served b Kom 11 30 to 2 . And cd a n to e d every Day Choice of juice or soup Fried fish Sticks w tartar sauce veal pot pie w dumplings Melet w Chicken amp mushrooms includes potato vegetable hot Rolls dessert amp beverage a use Winyall Ley Al re re Ray est fruit a amp a Awn a rec ribbon nylons 2 a a i 99 a Dryad ales free parking armory lot next door expecting your first baby receive a valuable Stork Pak free a Stork Pak contains everything a baby needs from doctor Spock a Book to disposable diapers. And its absolutely free. Nothing to buy. No obligation. Just Complete Coupon below and mail today your name address _ City _ Telephone no. I expecting first baby a yes a no month due Friend expecting their first Send their name too. Friends name i address City Telephone no. Expecting first baby a yes a no month due notice a Supply limited a a St rvs the right to Dii Continuo off a without notice Send name to Stork Pak International . Box 503 East Longmeadow mass. Taxes is no longer a prerequisite of eligibility to vote. The Board will meet Between 7 and 8 . Saturday july 9 for purposes of determining eligibility of any voters whose status is question and to add names of voters who have turned 21 since the most current checklist was prepared. The meeting will be held at the administrative offices at 604 main St. Two More teachers for the coming school year were hired by the Board on the recommendation of its administration. They Are miss Nancy Joseph of Proctor who will teach a third Grade class at the Bennington elementary school and mrs. Jean Brighton of North Bennington who will teach a second Grade class at the Beech Street school. The graded school District trustees meeting separately signed the warning for the District s final annual meeting on june 28. The warning consists of just two articles one a to take appropriate action on District reports a a the other for any other a proper business found necessary when jury awards $3,500 Iii i Ell dispute Manchester a a county court jury Here deliberated tuesday for More than three hours before it awarded $3,500 to Donald and Doris Fisher of Sunderland for the use of a Well on their property by the Arlington water co. The original award made by the Vermont Public service Board who heard the Case More than a year ago was $2,000. The original owner of the Well was Winfield Secoy Fishers father in Law who later transferred the property to Fisher. An Appeal on the pub award was scheduled but not heard at the last session of county court in Bennington. The Well is on the Fisher property and faces the property of the Arlington water co., Reservoir in Sunderland. The Well was drilled at water company expenses and it was agreed by the company and Secoy who was then the owner on record of the Well that a Price for using the water would be negotiated. Secoy and the water company were never Able to come to an agreement so the Case was brought before the pub for a determination of award. The Arlington water co. Is now legally Able to make use of the new water source. Fishers attorney was Waldo c. Holden of Bennington. Attorney for the Arlington after co. Was John d. Carbine of Rutland. Gas clean burning silent economical that s Why so Many modern people Cook with Gas heat with Gas and heat hot water with Gas. Go modern go Gas Vermont Gas corp. Main St. A Bennington dial 442-6318 Flower show w Inners announced by Plain dirt gardeners Bennington Banner Friday june 17, 198h Long Range forecast the Standard Flower show presented by the Plain dirt gardeners was attended by Over 300 persons wednesday at St. Peters Parish Hall where they viewed the arrangements the conservation Corner and the results of the first efforts of the Green thumb gardeners. Of note was the sign on school Street guiding the guests to the show done by James Wolfe As Well As the Welcome created by mrs. Breard Hawks with her arrangements of geraniums. The theme a Days of recall was Well carried out in the various classes. The gift shop arranged by mrs. Frederick Burnham jr., and mrs. Robert Holden was visited by All As Well As the Tea table a the Centrepiece being a Lovely Spring arrangement fashioned by mrs. Loyal Nash. This was in memorial for mrs. Thomas Beach who for Many years was an Active member of the Plain dirt gardeners and an ardent lower Arranger and Flower enthusiast. The 6 judges for the show Are nationally accredited by the Nae tonal Council of Federated Garden clubs and consisted of mrs. Winslow Crowell Needham mass., mrs. Wyatt Bragg Wollaston mass., mrs. Alfred Cole Hingham mass., mrs. Myrick Crane Tamworth ., mrs. Alvin Helme Center Ossipee And mrs. Vernard Gardener Claremont The list of award winners Are artistic division a a unspoiled Vermont a 1776 1st prize mrs. Eugene Clark 2nd, mrs. Harold Riemann 3rd, mrs. Thomas Coe honorable mention mrs. John Clausson. Class i a the Iron Era 1786-1842 a 1st prize mrs. Robert Nadeau 3rd, mrs. Richard Leake Iii honorable mentions mrs. Townsend Wellington and mrs. Loyal Nash. Class 3 a heyday of Ben Ningpo pottery 1846-1860 a 1st prize mrs. John Clausson 2nd, mrs. Raymond Polley 3rd, mrs. Alfred Thibodeau honorable mentions mrs. Donald Hemery Way mrs. Thomas Thomas and mrs. Leon Jacobs or. Class 4 a victorian memories a 1st prize mrs. Christopher Buckley 2nd, mrs. Thomas Coe 3rd, mrs. James Mckee honorable mention mrs. Mark Honey. Class 5 a Gay Days a play Days roaring �20s a 1st prize mrs. Raymond Aja 2nd, mrs. Weston Hadden 3rd, mrs. Paul Bohne jr., honorable Mentz a mrs. Benjamin Vail. Class 6 a today a i Ling a 1st prize mrs. Breard Hawks 2nd, mrs. Frederick Burnham 3rd, mrs. Thomas Thomas and honorable mention mrs. Arthur Dewey. Class 7 a new horizons a 1st prize mrs. Breard Hawks 2nd, mrs. Frederick Burnham 3rd, mrs. Arthur Dewey Toiv Oracle mentions mrs. H. J. Wallace mrs. Edward Cumpston and mrs. Robert Nadeau. Junior division a footsteps in the Sands of time a 1st prize Denise Preston 2nd, Betsey Killian 3rd, Barbara Pratt and honorable mention Betty Clausson. Well designed table a 1st prize mrs. Breard Hawks 2nd, mrs. Thomas Thomas honorable mention mrs. Arthur Dewey. Horticultural division class i a roses a 2nd prize mrs. Robert Nadeau and 3rd, mrs. Thomas Thomas. Class 2 a perennials a Day lilies 1st prize mrs. Harold Riemann 2nd, mrs. Alfred Thibodeau 3rd, mrs. Frederick Welling honorable mention mrs. Paul Bohne or. Oriental poppies a 1st, mrs. Harold Riemann 2nd, mrs. Paul Bohne or. 3rd, mrs. . Wallace. Longer recess Washington up a the Senate is going to get longer recess Over the fourth of july Holiday. Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said wednesday he and gop Leader Everett m. Durksen agreed the scheduled july 1-6 break was not Long enough and probably would be extended to at least july la. Willy a variety 300 Gage St Bennington it open daily 8 . To . Complete meat department new Frozen food department Large drug department Washington up a be Low average temperatures Are in Prospect for the Eastern half of the nation during the next 30 Days according to the . Weather bureaus monthly forecast. The extended forecast made Public wednesday said above Normal temperatures would prevail for the area West of the Rockies except for the Northern Border states and the California coast where Normal temperatures Are predicted. Above Normal rainfall is expected for the East Gulf coast states. Pct pee plea sin Dacron amp c Otton under Wear clothes shop is Oes i of a Iron Era a arrangement this Flower arrangement by mrs. Robert Nadeau copped first prize among six entries in its class wednesday at the Plain dirt gardeners Flower show a Days of arrangements in the heavily attended show held in the Parish Hall of St. Peters Church were suited to different historical and Industrial eras evident in Bennington a growth through the years. Arrangements in mrs. Nadeau a class were to use a Container of Black Iron typifying Bennington so Iron Era 1786-1842.�?� Hurlburt peonies a 1st i Bloom double mrs. Robert Nadeau 2nd i Bloom double mrs. Alfred Thibodeau 3rd i Bloom double mrs. Frederick Welling honorable mention mrs. Harold Riemann 1st i Bloom single mrs. Thomas Thomas 2nd i Bloom single mrs. Frederick Welling 1st i Bloom any other mrs. Philip Giddings. Iris a 1st in Bronze mrs. Thomas Thomas 1st in White mrs. John Clausson 1st in Orchid mrs. Thomas Coe 1st in Blue mrs. Donald a. Hemen Way 1st in yellow mrs. Lloyd Oppenheimer 2nd in Bronze mrs. Franklin Frantz 2nd in yellow mrs. Weston Hadden 3rd in Bronze mrs. . Wallace honorable mentions in Orchid mrs. Eugene Clark and mrs. Robert Nadeau in Blue mrs. Leon Jacobs or. And mrs. Philip Giddings in yellow mrs. Harold Riemann and mrs. Alfred Thibodeau. Bachelor buttons a 1st, mrs. Frederick Welling 2nd, mrs. . Wallace 3rd, mrs. Lloyd Oppenheimer. Class 3 a annuals and perennials a pansies 1st, mrs. Eugene Clark 2nd, mrs. Harold Riemann 3rd, mrs. Frank Silver Nail. Any other annual a 1st mrs. Frank Silvernail. Class 4 a flowering shrubs a mock Orange 1st mrs. Donald Hemenway 2nd, mrs. Maynard Jenkins. Beauty Bush 1st, mrs. . Wallace 2nd, mrs. Frederick Welling 3rd, mrs. Philip Giddings. Rhododendron 1st, mrs. Loyal Nash Viburnum 2nd, mrs. Donald Hemenway nine bark 3rd, mrs. Frederick Welling. Lilacs a 1st, mrs. Frederick Welling 2nd, mrs. Frank Silvernail 3rd, mrs. H. J. Wallace honorable mention mrs. Alfred Thibodeau. Class 5 a flowering vines a Large flowered clematis 1st, mrs. Harold Riemann. Class 6 a House plants a african violets White 1st mrs. Benjamin Vail foliage plants 1st, mrs. Waldo Holden 3rd, mrs. Robert Nadeau to Plant 1st, mrs Leo Brimmer 2nd, mrs. , Herrmann. Begonias 1st, mrs. Harold Riemann 2nd, mrs. Frank Silvernail Orchid Vine 1st, mrs. Franklin Frantz Gardenia Plant 1st, mrs. James Wolfe. In the artistic division the Tri coloured ribbon highest award for the Blue ribbon Winner was awarded to mrs. Raymond Aja and the sweepstakes ribbon for receiving most Blue ribbons went to mrs. Breard Hawks. For horticulture mrs. James Wolfe won the award of Mel it for reaching better than 95 per cent score for a Blue ribbon Winner and the sweepstakes ribbon was awarded mrs. Harold Riemann. The show chairman was mrs. Frederick Welling. Visit our new we department time to change shop Oneida Fri ii ring 100% human Ipi her his anti / w Ilik i s $18.00 to $ 129 .00 Ray on our convenient Lay a Way Plas Hollywood millinery main Street North Adams open thurs. Till 9pm i his Obi it Irr barn. Is called the Flower ii or n it is called the Flower barn because its main purpose in lift to to give you the Best selection of permanent a fancy word for a a fake Flowers Ever to by offered anywhere this Side of the British Crown Colony a fancy phrase for Bong Kong. It you like Flowers that areas Frosh after 5 months As they were the moment you picked them then you will be visiting this old Grey barn a lot. The Flower barn will open to the Public on june Isle this saturday you can to miss it it is right next door to Candle Mill edit Arlington Vermont daily 9-5 sundays 1-5 a distinctive ring of singular design a a fiery Diamond in a massive contemporary setting. A memorable father s Day gift from our special group of Man s jewelery. Atli tis and Gould jeweler main St Bennington j Breeze into summer action no Mem Stisi a Sam opens tonight of amp a daily double a twin double a Perfecta go i cml in Only minutes away to no minors admitted Green Nam racing rain or Shine a monday thru saturday Rte. 7 Between Benny ton it. End Williamstown mass. Completely Glass enclosed air conditioned dining room

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