Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 18 1965, Page 8

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 18, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 8-Bennington Banner fridays june 18, 1965 Buskirk teacher named football coach at rfcs Hoosick Falls . A Anthony j. Turi of Buskirk who is a teacher in Mechanicville High school and who has previously been appointed As Junior High school science teacher at Hoo sick Falls Central school for next year to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Edward p or Chard was appointed by the Board of education tuesday to serve As football coach for the 1965 season. Turi is a graduate of Paterson state teachers College . And has done graduate work at Union and Drake universities. He has also taught at both Midland Park and Park Ridge . And he has had coaching experience at Mechanicville and in new Jersey. The Board formally accepted the resignation of supt. James h. Beaverson effective aug. I and that of Harold c. Kenyon physical education teacher football and basketball coach effective july i. Other appointments approved include that of Philip Leonard High school principal As superintendent of schools effective aug. I and that of Alfred Falcone instrumental music teacher of South Colonie or. High school As director of the summer music program for july. Still to be appointed Are a physical education teacher and varsity basketball coach a Junior High school mathematics teacher and a High school principal. Peru Alice Dibble 824-540? last Friday the children a theater from Burr and Burton Seminary directed by Peter Schoff stall presented a the dreadful dragon and the squeaking Squire in the basement room one Reacher signed i p at Dorset Dorset a the Dorset school Board has announced the appointment of one new teacher. She is miss Elizabeth s. Wheelwright of Weston who will teach Grade 2 at the Dorset elementary school. Miss Wheelwright received her Bachelor of arts degree from Newton College of sacred heart Newton mass., and also holds a diploma from graduate House Florence Italy. She has done graduate work at graduate House and Butera school of Fine arts Boston Fitchburg state teachers College Tufts University Rivier College Boston College Harvard graduate school of education and Ulm. Miss Wheelwright has been teacher of grades i and 2 at Danby Borough school since 1963, but has taught in mass., pa., ., and . Schools. Other members of the faculty who will be returning Are mrs. Marion Jones of West Pawlet Grade i mrs. Dorothy Weber of East Dorset Grade 3 miss Patricia Martin of Montpelier Grade 4 mrs. Beverly dressier of East Dorset Grade 5 Jonathan Corbin of Manchester social studies Charles Boyce of Arlington science and math mrs. Audrey Mach Pawlet English miss Linda Langworthy of Manchester music and mrs. Helen Mach principal. Three one Man shows for Dorset artist Dorset a Arthur Jones Dorset artist has three one Man shows planned for the summer. He is also showing his work in three new galleries All outside Vermont. Now being shown at Sharon Until june 25 is an exhibition of Jones Vermont paintings at the Sharon Art Center. The show opened sunday. In july a show of his work will be seen at the Bennington gallery 125 North St., Bennington which is operated by artist Richard Comins. In August Jones will have a one Man show at the Chaffee Art gallery Rutland. Paintings by the local artist Are being seen this year in the Sneed gallery Rockford 111. Hanover gallery Hanover And the two Twenty two gallery Elpaso Tex. Give dad. Motorola solid state portable Model mp61a no tubes. To replace every plays Xii 4 spec i 095 Vul Siz a he Rord a i or or. Motorola pocket radios si9� picture window tuning a 7-transistor Placid Chassis a Golden voice speaker a scuff resistant Case in Black or Blue. Babcock electric radio amp television Morgan St. Tel. 2-9243 of the Peru school. The audience of Peru and Landgrove children and a few teachers and parents were fascinated with the play and its characters and with director Schoffstall who introduced the actors and scenes with funny puns along the Way. So convincing was the Witch sue Smith that one four year old afterwards wished she had touched her to see if she was real. As this was the final performance of the year Peru school children became the recipients of the dragons head made of papier mache. Graduation news a picnic and roller skating party for the upper five grades of Peru school took place tuesday. On wednesday the first three grades made a trek to Santa a land near Bellows Falls and invited some pre school children. Last night was graduation at which time songs were Sung by the upper grades speeches made by the two graduates Linda John son and Lynn Holton and assist. Supt. Larson. This years marshal was Gregory Miller Grade 6. Miss Linda Rohr teacher for the first three grades is in charge of All these activities As mrs. Cole upper grades teacher was ill. Children a Day exercises were held in Peru congregational Church sunday. Kermit Reilly superintendent of Church school conducted the service and delivered the Sermon. Upper and lower grades Sang hymns and award pins were distributed. Pen women hear artist in peril Peru a featured at wednesdays meeting Here of the Southern Vermont Branch National league of american pen women was a demonstration in Watercolour painting by Deus la Vallee of Weston president of West River artists. The artist explained technique of the medium As he painted from a sketch he had previously prepared As 17 members sat on the Terrace of mrs. Hazel Kitts wires a Brush and palette the demonstration followed a luncheon meeting of the Branch at Bromley House with mrs. Wires As hostess and mrs. Katharine King Johnson president of Rutland presiding at the business session. Lavallee a commercial As Well As landscape artist is a graduate of Rhode Island school of design. He is a member of the Art committee of Southern Vermont artists Manchester and is president of the Providence . Water color artists. His studio on the Hill in Weston is open to the Public. Lavallee has lectured in Maine new Hampshire Rhode Island and Vermont. Attending the meeting were mrs. Dorothy Mccoy and mrs. Virginia Webb of Manchester mrs. Claire Weinz of Arlington mrs. Frances Lovell of Ludlow mrs. Naida Miller of Simons Ville mrs. Melissa Mather of Hartland mrs. Kate Murdock Heanue and mrs. Ryth Royce of Townshend mrs. Florence Karpin and guest miss Helen Evans of Grafton miss Dorothy Schumann mrs. Gail Koch mrs. Dorothy Mccoy and guest miss Margaret Bassett of Rochester mrs Marion Farnsworth mrs. Peggy Pratt or. Emelie Perkins and mrs. Johnson of Rutland. South Cambridge Margaret Aiken 6773049 communion will be observed at the methodist Church service sunday morning at 11 30 with the Rev. Oswald a. Muller pastor in charge. Children a Day will be held during the worship service june 27. Twenty girls and their leaders of the Crystal Clover 4-h club attended the Washington county 4-h clubs dress revue at Argyle Central school saturday evening. Bonnie Pratt of the local club was one of seven county girls Over 14 years of age who was especially commended for the excellent Job of sewing. The majority of the girls received Blue ribbons on their sewing efforts. In other business the Board approved the use of one elementary classroom during july and August for instruction of pupils in the federally sponsored a project head Donald Foster present resident of North Hoosick was appointed school custodian. A tentative budget was adopted for the school year 1965-66, subject to minor revisions which May be necessary after the final balance of the 1964-65 budget is computed and after receipt of notice of final state Aid is received. The Board announced that the annual school District meeting will be held july 13, at which time the proposed budget will be acted upon and election of Board members will be held. The terms of Charles l. Frazier and Arthur e. Smith or. Will expire at the end of this school year. Petitions of candidates for election to the Board must be received by the District clerk by june 29. The next meeting of the Board will be held june 22, at which time construction bids for the school addition will be opened. Graduate miss Judith Gay Hill daughter of or. And mrs. Stuart m. Hill of Sunderland received an associate degree in business science saturday from Champlain College Burlington. Miss Hill received the Chandler s. Page memorial award for the highest Type of school spirit. She was a member of Alpha Iota honorary sorority and student Council and was House president two years. Central school to graduate 85 Hoosick Falls . A or. Walter Crew son associate commissioner for elementary secondary and adult education of the state education department will give the commencement address at graduation exercises of Hoosick Falls Central school june 27 at 2 30 . A class of 85 will receive diplomas presented by Charles l. Frazier president of the Board of education. The Rev. Wesley p. Miles of first United Church presbyterian will offer the invocation and Benediction. Philip Leonard High school principal will present honors and awards. Because of limited seating capacity it has been announced that admission will be by reserved ticket wily. Manchester Jackie Breen 362-2259 mrs. Thomas Martin and daughter Michele have returned from a trip to Canada. Mrs. Maurice Pennock returned thursday night to Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington. Passed by the House in Montpelier last week and sent to the Senate was a Bill introduced by rep. George j. Heaslip on the basis of a Resolution regarding abolishment of fire District no. I which was passed at town meeting. The fire District will hold its annual meeting june 28 and at that time vote on the enabling act now in the legislature. The article Calls for dissolution to be effective june i 1966, if also approved by the town in March. Arlington Helene Thompson a 375-2325 the women of St. James episcopal Church will hold their monthly meeting at the Home of mrs. Francis f. Dunbar Manchester on monday at 8 . Guest speaker will be mrs. William Flanders of Essex Junction who is devotions chairman for the episcopal Church women of the Vermont diocese. Her talk will Deal with the importance of devotions in daily life. Or. And mrs. Edward Reed and family of Hudson Falls ., were guests last weekend at the Home of or. And mrs. Donald Keough and family. Or. And mrs. George Cullinan and family of Portland Maine spent the weekend with Cullinane a parents or. And mrs. Gregory Cullinan. Their daughter Carolyn is spending the week with her grandparents. Peter Lopes of Brighton mass. Is spending a few Days with his sister and family or. And mrs. Earl Labatt. Frying chickens fresh killed Cut up or split 3 la. Avg. La. 35< rib roast. 69 it Daisy hams a j5< walkers i food Market 20,000 sweaters in Stock 20,000 sweaters in Stock i a s c/9 pm for father s Day. Sweaters $350 sjq95 10095 Wool or orlon Alpaca Aua Trollan Zephyr Wool Kodel mohair amp Wool Charlestown Mill store 915 e. Main St. Cut s 20,000 sweaters in Stock 20,000 sweaters in Stock Sears Roebuck and co k ifs fantastic enjoy big Frost less system. Ice Price Cut save col spot 14.2 cd. It. 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