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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 18, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Dry Wall f products inc. 3 easy Steps 1 press water plug into cracks 2 Dampen Walls 3 Brush on Tho Roseal to Complete the sealing that Sall there is to it and. The Ost is Small Gal. One White patronize your local contractor a Bennington it of Nils taste partners n Choice blended whiskey it or Rte Tum and 7 to tort Ami Poorte a f by by Bellows St compas a Hoh 0�td Kame i Kat Khuu summer school prepares for opening on tuesday Bennington at Bennington or Abu Atess most College pose for but not All candidates for degrees i senior picture attired in gowns and Bare feet Grees saturday Are names of those listed below. Seniors who Are to receive de 64 Bennington seniors graduate saturday degrees will be awarded 64 Bennington College students this saturday at exercises climaxing two Day commencement activities. One student each will receive the master of arts and master of Fine arts two students will be awarded the degree of Bachelor of arts. Though Bennington is primarily a women s College three of this year s graduates Are men. One will receive a master of arts degree in physics. Two will receive , one in dance and one in drama. Bennington students receive no Marks in their studies and there is no numerical accumulative of credits. Students Chart their own courses of study in consultation with Counselor and degrees Are awarded by vote of the faculty on the basis of a cumulative record of achievement. The conferring of degrees will take place at to . Saturday in open air ceremonies in the barn quadrangle at the College. Principal participants will be Harry w. Pearson acting president of the College and Oscar m. Ruebhausen of new York chairman of the Board of trustees. Presenting the candidates will be faculty representatives of the seven academic divisions. They Are Jack d. Moore dance William m. Sherman drama Howard Nemerov literature and languages Gunnar i. Schonbeck music Robert h. Woodworth science and Bert Salwen social science. Wallace p. Scott Dean of studies will present inter do vis Lonal candidates. A group of instrumentalists under the direction of Henry Brant will play a processional and a recessional by Hall Overton. The processional was commissioned for the occasion by the Isabelle Baker Woolley committee of faculty student alumnae and administration representatives. The committee seeks by the use of its endowment to enrich the musical life of the College. A student commencement committee includes Carol Mun ter Marjorie Perloff and pril Smiley. An informal Lawn reception for graduates and their guests will follow the ceremonies. In the event of rain ceremonies will be conducted under a Large marquee which has been erected on the commons Lawn. Commencement activities will begin with a senior concert at 4 . Friday in the Carriage automatic transmissions rebuilt or repaire also general automotive repairs All work guaranteed Babson a Sinclair .e442-2419 Afred Babson prop do you enjoy seafood then you la just love our deep sea scallops a la chef Carter a chilled swedish fruit cup Crisp Green salad with roquefort dressing oven Brown potatoes a Choice of vegetables a beverage a parfait new englander. Complete dinner other Complete dinners from $2.50 to $3.95 a la carte $1.95 to $3.50 May we suggest you celebrate fathers Day at the. New englander restaurant barn. Performing will be Betsy Walker and Nancy Newton piano and violin Isabella Holden Soprano Wendy Erdman mex to Soprano Deborah Chaffee 67 piano and Lionel Nowak a member of the music faculty. The program will include compositions by miss Walker miss Newton and pril Smiley All seniors and Louis Calabro faculty member As Well As Bela Bartok and Johannes Brahms. A Buffet supper for seniors their guests faculty and administration and their families trustees and students will be served on the Lawn at Jennings Hall after the concert. The commencement address will be delivered at 8 30 tonight under the marquee on the commons Lawn by Gene Baro poet critic and a former member of the College faculty. Baro arrived in this country wednesday from England to participate. Baro who taught at Bennington from 1958 to 1962, has been engaged in freelance writing in England. He is the author of several books and has made British broadcasting company broadcasts on american subjects. He is a graduate of the University of Florida. Throughout the commencement activities the annual senior exhibition of paintings sculpture graphics and work in various other Media will be on display in the Carriage barn gallery. The work of 18 seniors is represented. Candidates for degrees this year Are master of arts Derwin Hubbard Stevens master of Fine arts Sophia Warner Healy. Bachelor of arts dance Anna Miriam me Coffey Moss l. Cohen Selina Schroeder Croll Rima Faber Glt in and Kathryn Olive Posin. Drama Stephen Karl Bick Ann Mary Kelley Alice Flores Ruby and Reed Meredith Wolcott. Literature Lois Banuls Claire Thoron Crosier Roberta Elzey Ruth Judith Jacobs Simone n. Juda Joan Louise Kass Man Cynthia Laine Keyworth Lucy Corey Kostelanetz Caryn nne Levy Gall s. Mayer Barbara Nachamis Carol Ann Peckham Roberta Cheryl Robbins and Judith Rosenberg. Inter divisional mar Garet Frew Donald Art drama Carolyn Abigail Sprogell lit Patch. Music Wendy Mary Victoria Erdman Barbara Audrey Glasser Isabella Noyes Holden Nancy Ellen Newton pril Smiley and Elizabeth Walker. Science Dale g. Kostka Roberta Judith Paule Ross and Janet Moore Warner. Social science Renee Lynn Engel Joan Enis Golden Abby Goldstein Nancy Susan Marshall Jane Newton Mccormick Inez Ingle Oberteuffer Marjorie Perloff Holly Long Sheller Kathryn Wendy Slote Julie Hills Snow Joyce Jean Sunila and Maria Taranto. Vocational foods course weighed by Union Board the it. Anthony Union school Board thursday night attempted to resolve a planning detail which has been pending for some time. The question is whether the new High schools course in vocational foods should be carried out in the Kitchen and cafeteria facilities or should be included in the vocational education Wing that will be added later. Board chairman Marian Taylor read a letter from Rupert j. Spencer director of special services at the state department of education to one of the school boards architects Colin Smith. Spencer raised several questions about the proposed Kitchen and cafeteria facilities. Smith has suggested mrs. Taylor reported taking the vocational foods course out of the regular Kitchen and putting it in the vocational Wing. The latter is More assured of becoming a reality mrs. Taylor noted now that the Vermont House this week finally approved Matching funds to set up area vocational centers. The chairman and other members also raised the possibility of setting up Kitchen and cafeteria facilities at the Benh bunching which will by a a used for 7th and 8th grades. It would be possible though not preferable several Board members said to put the vocational foods course there. As present plans stand there will be no Kitchen at Beni but students there will be offered hot lunches prepared at the new Union High school. Spencer a letter objected to a proposed a snack bar Quot in the Union school plans because he said it tends to reduce participation in the hot lunch program and is generally not satisfactory in a High school. Principal Ralf s. Kates explained that it would not be a snack bar in the sense that it would provide a la carte lunches sandwiches or desserts. It would be More like a milk bar he said to provide milk and ice Cream for the students who bring their own lunches. Mrs. Taylor said she will try to set up a meeting in Bennington next Smith and Board members concerned with this question. Kates said it would be possible but difficult to have the vocational foods program operate in the regular cafeteria. But it would be preferable he added to keep them separate to ease tension Between teachers and cafeteria personnel and to prevent confusion Over the use of equipment and storage space. Given Little i Hance Washington up a a state department for Eastern affairs expert sees Little Chance that peking will permit . Newsmen into red China in the immediate future. Marshall Green now Deputy assistant Secretary of state for far Eastern affairs was questioned on red China tuesday at a hearing b y the Senate foreign relations committee on his nomination to be ambassador to Indonesia. He said the red chinese were a taking a completely intransigent Quot attitude on the question possibly because the presence of americans might undermine their intense a hate America Quot propaganda Campaign at Home. Is Cable already in your apartment ? of it is. The connection to the Cable is now. Only previously $7.50 better to of Bennington visual arts Frances Ann Abel Elizabeth Hoyt Boulware Mary Gurney okie Brown Susan Hadary Cohen Susan Crile Liuda Dovydenas katrina Jane Edwards Elizabeth Coolidge Gallatin Elizabeth Hallowell Judson Loma Katz Dale g. Kostka Stephanie Levanda Tonia Barbara Noell Suzanne Stanton Susan Victoria Tarlov Patricia Thomas and Elizabeth Rowan Underwood. Plans Are Complete for the opening next week of Bennington s second annual summer school for High school and elementary students according to principal w. Philip Walker. Classes in most subjects will begin june 22. Special workshops in humanities and non Western civilization and the typing course will begin june 28. The final Day on which registration is possible is june 25. The drama course will meet from june 22 to 25 at Bennington High school and not As originally scheduled at Molly Stark. Walker also released the following transportation schedule 1. A bus will leave the Shaftsbury store at 7 30 ., the Mccullough Library in North Bennington at 7 40 ., and the Molly Stark school at 7 50 . F 2. A bus will leave North pow i Nal school at 7 15 . And Pownal Center at 7 30 . 3. Arlington students will be contacted individually. 4. Return trips will be made at the end of classes at 12 20 . Students must pay the balance of their tuition at the first class Walker said. Checks Are payable to Cpd summer school. Walker announced that 235 students have registered to Date. There is a total of 318 course registrations including 18 in Driver education la in drama and to in typing. One student will attend the summer school from each of la schools outside of the 10-Dis-tricts that Are participating in a Ford foundation curriculum improvement project the schools sponsor. They Are Burr and Burton Seminary in Manchester Cambridge school in Weston mass., Hotchkiss school Howey Academy Kurn Hattin mount Hermon new York military Academy Northampton school for girls Pine cobble school Smith College and the University of Wisconsin. Foster graduates from course sgt. In. Robert l. Foster son of or. And mrs. Lewis t. Foster of Morgan Street Extension Bennington was graduated from the noncommissioned officer Academy at fort Riley kan., june la. Sgt. Foster received training in leadership responsibilities exercise of command map Reading and military teaching methods. 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