Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 1 1965, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Hagerman British sculptor shown in his studio on the Bennington College Campus is Anthony Caro an English sculptor who recently joined the College Art faculty. He is discussing i work with mrs. Van Vechten Graves and mrs. Frederick Burnham jr., co chairmen of the Quot living with arts open House tour to be held next saturday. A Pioneer in new ways of using space color and form carols welded Metal sculptures Are Bright Lively abstract works. His first museum show in America was held in March at the gallery of modern Art in Washington . Sister John Berchmans Csc chemistry and physics teacher at St. Mary a Academy attended a science workshop april 19 and 20, held at Cardinal Mcclosky High school of Albany. St. Mary a Academy has received word that Kenneth Kennedy won a certificate of award from the National High school poetry press California. To attend College Lawrence Galvin son of or. And mrs. John Galvin 57 Center St., has been accepted at St. Joseph College in Bennington where he will study business management. Lawrence has been a member of the glee club an altar boy participant in the senior play and a prom committee member. He served As class president in his Sophomore year worked on the Sophomore float and played baseball his freshman year. Stanley Rimkunas son of or. And mrs. Stanley Rimkunas has been accepted at Cornell University where he plans to study agriculture. He has served As class treasurer for three years is chairman of the prom and will be in the senior play. He was a member of the glee club newspaper staff has played baseball and been basketball manager. James Andrick son of or. And mrs. William Andrick of Eddy place has been accepted at Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica where he plans to study business management. He was assistant photographer for the �?T65 Echo. He will be in the senior play and is presently working on the prom committee. James Bulson son of or. And mrs. Kenneth Bulson of Barton Avenue has also been accepted at St. Joseph College where he will study business management. He has been a member of the basketball and baseball teams and participated in various class activities. He is Secretary of the senior class and will be in this years senior play. Hold Blue and dinner Shaftsbury a More than 120 cub scouts Rebelos and their families attended the annual Blue and Gold dinner tuesday at the methodist Church. All boys Are members of troop 31. Cub scoutmaster William Bell presented shoulder patches to mrs. Audrey Jones mrs. Eliza Harrington mrs. Shirley paddock and mrs. Mary Moriarty All Den mothers. Den mothers then presented awards to the boys. Included were Den i Stephen Paull Bobcat pin Gordon Mooney and William George Gold Arrow Keith Matti son Wolf badge Keith Harrington Steven Hyjek Gregory Farls and Christopher Farls Silver Arrow Keith Harrington one year pin and Keith Harrington Gregory farts Steven Hyjek and Gordon Mooney perfect attendance awards. Den 2 awards included Thurston Madison Wolf badge Stanley Jones Gold Arrow David Crossman Douglas Crossman Silver Arrow Terry King one year pin Den 3 Michael Green Wolf badge Gold and Silver arrows James Robinson one year pins Den 4 Toby Bodenstab Chris Henning sen Wolf badges Chris Henning sen Silver Arrow Glenn Ruggles Michael Moriarty and Harold Henningsen one year pin Rebelos Michael Dailey Wolf badge Bruce Gabrus lion badge Michael Dailey Bruce Gabrus special Dresser sets a most wanted Mark Stratton Myron Green William Robinson David Mattison and Thomas farts one year pin. Cub master Bell reminded the scouts they would be marching or. The memorial Day Parade. He said a family picnic was planned for june. Members of the senators youth group served at the dinner. Cambridge Ruth Bates 677-3421 a special dental care period of two weeks has been observed by the lower grades of Cambridge Central school. The idea was to raise successfully the interest of the children in caring for their Teeth. A special Quot pills of a tempting red color was dissolved in the Mouth to show the amount of tartar and dirt accumulated on the Teeth. After a week of intensive care during which the children kept a Day by Day record of brushing a second Quot pills was used to show the difference in the amount of accumulation on the Teeth. It was noted that no child can do his Best work in school if he is bothered by dental problems. A letter from principal Charles Bowler advised parents of the program. Parents Day this sunday Al weeks school Vergennes weeks school will hold its annual parents Day on sunday May 2, combining it with the official dedication of the Turrel cottage a new girls dormitory made possible through a gift of the Turrell fund a private foundation dedicated to services to children. S. Whitney Landon president of the Board of the Turrell fund and mrs. Landon will be guests of Honor for the dedication which will be followed by a Buffet luncheon. Members of the state Board of institutions Board of state buildings and other state officials Are expected. The dormitory which houses up to20girls, was built As a Vermont memorial to the founders of the Turrel fund Herbert and Margaret Turrell and completed earlier this year. A Parade and Drill by the schools drum and Bugle corps and an exhibition by members of the elementary school physical education classes will highlight the parents Day program. All classrooms shops and depart ments of the school will be open with teachers and staff members on duty to Greet parents and explain the program of the school. Parents Day annually attracts Many parents and relatives of students to the weeks school Campus. Invitations have gone out for the program which starts at i Madkour scentral Market open sunday 8 to i Ull amp Lac Tua amp paperd seen Aid to int Only easy terms Fienberg s 447 main St. Bennington it. e St amps every wednesday grand Union Empire no minimum Purchase necessary done to grown ups know Hoosick Falls . A William Folgert guidance director of Hoosick Falls Central school has issued another list of seniors who have been accepted and will attend higher institutions of learning next fall. They include Sandra Reynolds daughter of or. And mrs. Frank Reynolds of 68 Wilder ave., who will enrol in the state University of new York at Cortland with a major of chemistry in a Liberal arts program. Sandra was an alternate regents scholarship Winner and a member of the National Honor society. She has been Active on the student Council French club and on the yearbook staff. Regina Hanselman daughter of or. And mrs. Henry Hanselman of 7 Barton ave., will enrol at St. Catherine a Hospital Albany in a one year paediatric technician program. While in High school Regina has been Active in intramural and chorus All four years and has been a me Rube of the prom committee and the yearbook staff. Donna m. Andrew daughter of or. And mrs. Ralph Andrew of River Road will enrol in Mil dred Elley secretarial school in the executive Secretary course. She has been a member of the Library club chorus intramural cheer leading and a member of the prom committee. Cynthia Peterson daughter of or. And mrs. Andrew Peterson or. Of Walloomsac will enrol at Wells College Aurora . In a Liberal arts program with a major in language. Cynthia was awarded a scholarship Grant of $1,200 per annul. She was also a regents scholarship Winner which could provide up to a maximum of $700. In addition she was also the recipient of a letter of commendation based on her High performance in the National Merit scholarship qualifying test. During High school she has been Active in chorus intramural All four years and has been a member of the National Honor society French club future teachers of America the prom committee and the yearbook staff. Larry Baker son of or. And mrs. William Baker of 9 Fiske St., will enrol in Hudson Valley Community College in an accounting program. Larry has played on both varsity football and baseball while at rfcs and a member of the Bowling team. Ernest Langlais son of or. And mrs. Ernest Langlais of North Pownal will enrol at St. Joseph College in Bennington. He will enrol in business administration with a major in management. Ernest participated on varsity baseball and football his first and second years at rfcs and intramural his first year. George Pine son of or. And mrs. Lloyd Pine will enrol at Hudson Valley Community College in the two year automotive technician program. George who is presently president of the Baptist youth Fellowship club of West Hoosick has been Active in varsity football wrestling and Jav baseball. Dale Rosenberg of 152 main St., will enrol in the two year secretarial science program at the Junior College of Albany which is a division of Russell Sage College of Troy. Dale has been Active in intramural a homemaking club year Book staff and drama club. She was also business manager of the Magazine drive which helped provide funds for the senior trip to the worlds fair. Walloomsac Bertha Flag 686-7282 mrs. Edward Sullivan has received word of the birth of a daughter to or. And mrs. Robert Knowlton of Cambridge. This is her fourth grandchild. A son Erie Kenneth was born easter sunday to or. And mrs. Kenneth Cottrell of Centre Hall a. Former supervisor and mrs. Edward Cottrell Are the paternal grandparents. Or. And mrs. John Hoag attended the annual meeting of the Dhia wednesday at the White Church in Eagle Mills. Jim Hoag or. Showed slides of his european tour. Mrs. George Wolfrum mrs. Robert Brott mrs. James Hoag and Sharon were recent guests of or. And mrs. Bruce Andrews in Adams mass. Harry Shaw is a patient at the Putnam memorial Hospital in Bennington. Javery memorials 517 South Street Bennington Vermont Call mrs. Ernest h. Javery mrs. Alan h. Page its time for your car s Spring Check up its time to lubricate change Oil and filter adjust brakes Drain anti freeze and flush Radiator. Do it today at. Bul Inq curl Chevrolet Cadillac inc. 239 main St. Phone 442-5451 Bennington it. Every litter bit hurts a living with Ari artists in the parking lot or along the Highway grown ups know that every litter bit hurts. But they forget. And that show it All begins. Bit by bit the litter piles up and America the Beautiful becomes America the ugly. The Jitterbug is a Usa Ipoh itt a keep America Beautiful in is catching too. Done to let it spread. Help stamp out littering by setting the right example. Always carry a litter bag in your car. Always use it. Of mom and dad remember the youngsters wont forget to keep America Beautiful published As a Public service in cooperation with the advertising Council. . Rfcs lists More seniors who will continue study Hoosick Falls Bennington Banner saturday May to 1965-5 Edith Beaumont Shaftsbury a families artist and family artist Jules Olitsky of Shaftsbury on the Bennington College faculty is shown with his wife Andrea and daughter Laurie in his new studio which will be open for the Quot living with Art Quot open House tour May 8. Olitsky is the Winner of a Carnegie International prize in 1961, and in March held a one Man show at the Poindexter gallery in new York City. Some of his works Are in the permanent collection of the new York museum of modern Art. One artist to another a englishman Peter Stroud right an instructor of painting at Bennington College chats with William Sherman instructor of theater design before one of Stroud a paintings. The works of both men Are among those to be seen during next saturdays Home and Art tour which will Benefit the faculty salary fund of Pine cobble school in Williamstown. S

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