Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 8 1965, Page 3

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 8, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Just poking around i a prandial sweetly smocked the a baby doll Loake is gaining prominence this Spring with smocked dresses getting a Large share of the attention. Here miss Betty Fonteneau of North Bennington Road is contemplating some Spring Flowers in a Floral Smock from children s Bazaar. The sandals and Triangle Scarf add to the Charm of the dress. Locally smocks run about 6 to $14. K of c convention mass to be in Saratoga Park Saratoga Springs . A arrangements Are Complete for the convention mass of the 70th annual new York state knights of Columbus convention in Saratoga Springs. More than 1,400 reservations have been received for the convention May 20-22. The mass is scheduled for 9 . May 21 at an altar in the bandstand in Congress Park. This will be the first time an outdoor mass has been celebrated at the state conclave and the Public is invited. In the event of inclement weather it will be at St. Peters Church. A processional from the Casino in the Park led by a color guard of k of c fourth degree members will open the program. The mass will be a solemn High mass of votive of our lady Sung in latin. The choir of St. Peters Academy will assist with miss Eileen m. Hayner at the Organ. Celebrant will be the it. Rev. Aloysius Nagle o.c., state chaplain with the it. Rev. Msgr. Daniel r. Burns presiding. The Rev. George w. Brucker chaplain of the Scotia Council will be the Deacon the Rev. Joseph Lav erty o.s.a., chaplain of Waterford Council sub Deacon the Rev. Gerald Tierney of St. Peters master of ceremonies the it. Rev. Msgr. Joseph p. Conway vice Chancellor of the Albany diocese preacher. Nearly 5,000 Are expected to attend the mass at which communion will be served. James e. Benton of Saratoga Council 246 and Stephen p. La Sak of Scotia Council 4360 Are co chairmen assisted by Denis a. Mansfield Richard m. Hickey Edmond n. Amyot Joseph Folts William l. Ford William p. Cummings William a. Leroux Charles j. Labelle John s. Macevoy Edward j. Holohean and John f. Henzel. Automated . Bigger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. For that decorator look psf lotto select fabrics in your Home Many to choose from free estimate Charles Elwell of Leonard Street was pictured in the Albany times Union wednesday As he attended the annual dinner meeting of the circus fans of american Felix Moralis tent no. 85 held a week ago at St. Claros restaurant. Elwell is tent president. Poodles Hanneford of Kat skill Bay Warren county was also pictured. He was the originator of comic bareback Riding and was made an honorary member of the tent. A number of area residents went to Albany monday night to hear concert pianist Stephen Manes play with the Albany symphony orchestra. According to Edgar s. Vanolinda in the Albany times Union there was a capacity audience. He reported that the former Bennington Ian scored a big hit. He also said of Manes performance a emr. Manes is a pianist in the finest traditions of the romantic school. This became exceedingly evident As the concerto progressed to its final lilting cadences in the last movement. What really cultivated his audience was the freshness and brilliance of his Art. Delicate gradations of touch in the More lyrical passages a secure sense of tone and a Fine perception of lyrical values Are the indisputable assets of this Superb artist. He has the Power to create color sounds and emotions with Rich and imaginative effects. He is one of the younger virtuosos on the contemporary scene and Albany was exposed to a Talent which is bound to elevate the Young Man to the upper echelons of the pianistic Hierarchy. He was accorded a veritable ovation. A David w. Kirkpatrick native of Bennington and a 1947 graduate of Bennington High school has won a Fellowship in history at Stanford University in California. He is a son of mrs. Norman Minerva Shartrand of North Adams mass., formerly of Bennington. He is now located in Easton pa., where he is a history teacher at Easton area High school. He and 15 other teachers in the United states were selected to participate in an eight week Reading and discussion program beginning june 21. Fellows were chosen on the basis of intellectual maturity personal accomplishment Promise of successful careers and dedication to teaching. Kirkpatrick enlisted in the air Force shortly after his graduation from High school and was sent to a radio school. He served As a radio operator until his discharge in 1950. He was with the former radio station Waw of North Adams As an announcer in 1951 and then attended radio engineers school in Boston. Later he worked for station we eve in Waterbury it. From 1952 to 1959 he was an by Agnes Rockwood announcer Engineer at a mob North Adams where he was responsible for the popular record rack program. While continuing his full time Job at the station he entered North Adams state College in 1955 and carried a full course for four years winning highest honors rank membership in the Frank Fuller Murdock Honor society the president of the senior class and a biography in who a who in american colleges and universities. Two months after his graduation he resigned his position at a mob and entered Lehigh University in Bethlehem pa., to study for his . Degree which he received in 1964. In the meantime he was serving on the staff of a radio station in Allentown area. He then joined the faculty at Easton. His wife is the former Marie Gibson of North Adams. They and their four children live at 417 Clinton Terrace Easton. Mrs. George Vansantvoord wife of town rep. Vansantvoord was pictured in the times Argus last week As she appeared in a the Senate that was a a humorous skit depicting a Vermont Senate session of 1853. The skit was presented by a group of Loyal legislative women at the closing Tea of the season held at Montpelier tavern motor inn. The women from Bennington and Addison counties were hostesses for the program and Tea. Mrs. Vansantvoord As town crier introduced the participants. Mrs. Norman fair of Winhall made a cake an exact replica of the old state House which burned Down and it was Complete with Golden dome and stately pillars. Pouring at the Tea were mrs. George Heaslip of Manchester also in a Century old costume and mrs. Allan b. Angney of Arlington who was attired As an Indian which she played in the skit. A of news has been received Here that it. Col. Albert f. Lucas husband of the former miss Mabel Shanahan of Bennington has retired from the . Marines after More than 29 years of service. He has been director of the 1st Marine corps Reserve and recruitment District with Headquarters at Garden City . He has accepted the Post of town manager of Selma ., and assumed his duties there several Days ago. He also plans to take graduate courses in Public administration at North Carolina University during his off duty hours. A graduate of Rensselaer polytechnic Institute in Troy ., he is a chemical Engineer. Col. Lucas entered the Marine corps in 1935 under the platoon leaders class program at rpm and was commissioned a second lieutenant on his graduation in 1937. Two weeks ago col. Lucas was honoured at a testimonial dinner Given by the Marine corps in the grand ballroom of the hotel new school lunch menus Pownal monday a grilled hot dogs on buns Catsup Mustard and pickles Orange beets Gingerbread with applesauce. Tuesday a Spanish Rice whole wheat Rolls buttered peas dessert. Wednesday a beef Stew baking powder biscuits Carrot Sticks fruit jello. Thursday a Turkey awaking on buttered Rice Orange juice buttered Corn Peanut butter cookies. Friday a hot fish Sandwich with Cole Slaw and tartar sauce Date pie squares. Milk is served with All meals. Money for All or part of the week is due each monday morning. Arlington monday a hamburger on Roll Corn pears milk. Tuesday a Spaghetti meat sauce Peanut butter sandwiches peaches milk. Wednesday a beef Stew with vegetables cheese sandwiches Apple squares milk. Thursday a hot Turkey Sandwich Cranberry Green Beans fruit milk. Friday a potato salad eggs tuna and celery sandwiches Carrot and celery Sticks cake milk. Chs monday a goulash with chopped meat peas italian bread and butter Pear milk. Tuesday a baked Chicken mashed potatoes bread and butter pineapple milk. Wednesday a hot dog on Roll pickles scalloped potatoes peach milk. Thursday a pizza with meat and cheese Corn potato chips applesauce milk. Friday a Macroni salad with tuna fish stewed tomatoes Apple Bette cheese stick milk. Molly Stark monday a baked hash Corn Peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches mixed fruits. Tuesday a hot dog on Bun potato chips cabbage salad cake with Cherry sauce milk. Wednesday a beef and Gravy mashed potatoes carrots and peas sliced pineapple Date and nut bread milk. Thursday a meat sandwiches pickles vegetable soup crackers jello with Topping milk. Friday a Macaroni and tuna salad spinach Apple pie and cheese Rolls milk. 5ince can count a amp a for to amp in 4 Complete fishing sets everything you need for family fishing including 3 Glass Rod and 3 reels Only $1995 $1.00 weekly Fienberg 447 main St. Bennington it. Yorker. About 250 attended including his wife his Mother mrs. Albert f. Lucas or. Of Pittsfield mass., and his sister Marguerite also of Pittsfield As Well As officers of the my my Reserve National guard and other branches of the service. Also on hand was the Marine corps band and col. Lucas was Given a plaque the first to be Given by the marines to a retiring officer and a key to the City of new York. A letter from Gen. Wallace m. Greene jr., commandant of the Marine corps cited the officer s service to corps and country. During world War ii. Col. Lucas served with the 9th defense battalion at Guadalcanal and new Georgia in 1942 and 1943. He also served As assistant chief of staff of the 3rd amphibious corps at Guadalcanal Pelleu and Okinawa. Following cessation of hostilities he served at Guam and North China until returning to this country lnl946. Between 1946 and the korean conflict he served with the Marine Barracks at Washington . There in the office procurement Branch at Marine corps Headquarters and with the 2nd combat service group at Camp Lejeune During the korean War he was on the staff of the commander in chief of the Pacific Fleet. After Korea he attended the Industrial College of the armed forces again served at Marine corps Headquarters in Washington and then for two years was in command of staff billets at Camp Lejeune before being assigned to duties with the 3rd Marine division. He became director of the Marine corps Reserve District in 1962. He and his wife have one son it. Albert f. Lucas of the . Marine corps stationed at Parris Island And two grandsons. His wife is a daughter of mrs. William f. Shanahan or. Of Sarasota fla., formerly of Bennington. Bennington Banner saturday May 8, 1966-3 woman s w or it Twenty acres More or less 29 a a horse named by Carlo Wolter late april Rains took the last Frost from the Stony Fields and rocks pushed up where none had been before. Charles pointed to the big stones and said a Well Well have to dig them out before we Spade the a Why bother a i said hopefully a a let a Plant around them. Its a no they have to come out a Charles insisted. So we strained our backs and Bent our shoulders to rocks As big As barrels. We pried them up with crowbars and Iron pipes and while Charles held a Rock suspended i propped stones underneath Only to see it slide Back in the Hole again. But with endless endurance and barely escaping Many squashed toes we got them out. The warfare against a Rocky Hillside Garden was accompanied by an annual bout with crab and Witch grass. The grass sprouted Lush and Green before we could Spade the Fields and weaved Yards and Yards of spidery underground nets. From the tiniest Root fragment a new Plant grew in an amazingly Short time regardless of the weather. The vagaries of the weather that Spring were As provoking As the grass. First it was too wet then too dry then too cold then too hot. Weeds sprung up like mushrooms and tilling the soil by hand was Back breaking. One morning while Charles was away i stabbed a grass choked Field with my spading Fork making Little Progress. And to think that there was a time when i complained about skating rehearsals. Red Brick monday a Chicken and Rice soup Peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches fresh vegetable salad peach upside cake milk. Tuesday a pineapple grape fruit juice meat loaf mashed potato Corn bread and butter pears milk. Wednesday Turkey Gravy Rice peas bread and butter pineapple sauce milk. Thursday a pineapple Grapefruit juice roast beef and Gravy sandwiches mixed fruit milk. Friday a fish Sticks boiled potatoes stewed tomatoes bread and butter chocolate pudding milk. Drops of perspiration smarted my eyes. A if Only we had a horse a i grumbled wiping my forehead. A maybe we should be accepted one offered to us. We sure could use it imagine my Surprise when i looked up and saw a big Gray Mare contentedly grazing nearby. I must be Sun struck i thought. But when my eyes cleared the horse was still there. She came slowly toward me. Frightened i backed against the cellar door. There she turned and keeping me Between her and the Wall ate the creeping Phlox from the Rock Garden. She paid no attention when a Short toothless Man came running around the barn shouting a Milly Milly a a a done to know what in hell to do with her a he said. A she always runs away. Kicked the Side of the barn in last that s How we met Bart and Milly who fulfilled my wish for a horse to plow the Fields. Bart and Milly came that sunday towing an old fashioned hand plow. Charles guided Milly in the Fields while Bart Clung to the plow. Everything went Fine until they went to dig up part of the old pasture. Going East Milly slowed willingly but going West she bounded for the Road. She threw her head High and handsome with Charles hanging on her neck like a Pendant and Bart bouncing up and Down behind the plow like a basketball. A hold her Charles a yelled Bart Between bumps a she s a rearing to and go she did. She took off like a rocket until the plow tangled in hardtack and caught under a Rock. Controlling Milly was harder than digging the Garden. Milly was a very contrary horse. While trying to get away from blowing our land she developed a liking for it. That summer i met her often strolling around in our Back Yard Whin Nying with Delight when she saw me while i dashed for the cellar. But Butch our Irish setter who had paid no attention to her when she dragged two men and a plow around chased her in the Woods from where she emerged further Down the Road to wait for Bart to pick her up. Since then my wish for a horse to till the Fields has switched to machinery but so far we Haven to met. Our planting operation is still muscle powered. Continued next week mothers Day Dairy Queen la . Toll p homemade biscuit 25�?T for second one after first at Reg. Price of 504 no. Bennington Road Bennington Utah mothers Day by Jean Wassick mothers Day would slip right by of it weren to for the concerted Effort of the publicity men. In be already had a Bunch of the first dandelion blossoms with three violets thrown in and what More could a Mother ask it is a sort of a Public secret a around Chez Wassick that the children Are planning to take Mommy fishing As a special treat for mothers Day. I daresay it has become Krown through these pages Over the years that i am something less than an avid sportswoman. My idea of Active participation is to sit in a Lawn chair under a tree. Occasionally to flex my Muscles i will get up and move the chair either into or out of the Sun depending on my mood. However this fact has so far escaped the notice of the children since they rarely read my column and they Are too Young to take any interest in looking around for an example of the flabby american. Chi not that they a have to look far in a around most of the time. The last time i tried to do a sit up i Only made it As far As seeing my toes not touching them a seeing them. In be never been on a pair of skis i swim a Little in a afraid of horses up close i a chop Wood with a baseball Bat and i can to throw a snowball three feet. You be already heard about my adventure on ice skates i believe. And the one who knows has on occasion pointed out that Lam one of the world s most unskilled Badminton players. He also says that about my checkers game so you can see that i am singularly untalented in All areas. As a matter of fact in one of the recent issues of a popular woman a Magazine there was a set of exercises designed to fir in up Milady a flabby Muscles. Actually in be never seen and evidence that i even have Muscles but you just have to take some things on Faith. A of Well anyway i gave the whole thing up when i discovered i do any of the darned things. I remember one mothers Day when the children decided i should have fun on my Day and they let me dig up a plot of ground and Plant some pumpkin seeds. Certainly fishing can to be any More strenuous than that. In a Way in a rather looking Forward to it. I done to think i will mind waiting while someone untangle my line from a trip Branch. 9999ww if i should fall in so what i doubt that ill melt. If a Hook should find a Way to the seat of my pants ill try Grin and Bear it. Pc a i wont even complain of i done to get a bite. In a not expecting any i done to think in a going to look right to the fish a cause i done to have any old disreputable fishing hat with Hooks and feathers and stuff sticking out of it ill pack a lunch for us of they like. Ill even go so far As to provide a can for the Worms. There a the catch. The Worms. I just know i wont be Able to reach in pull out a fat worm and impale it on a Hook. As a matter of fact i Don t even want to try. It sounds so a so a icky i think is the word. So i m working up a Little Deal one Apple pie in Exchange for himself sneaking Worms onto my Hook tomorrow. After All it do for a Mother to expose her foibles on her special Day. Now would it Good pictures deserve color processing by Kodak you can mail your color film to Kodak for processing. And get it Back by mail too buy Kodak prepaid processing mailers Here. Noveck Shultz inc is Iii in in Street a it it cace4$dial �-6926 % Cio s 411 main Stree t Bennington it. ??5??w5? Caracciola real estate a Iff hum a a Quot attention investment groups a we have commercial property on main Highway. Also restaurants gift shops ski lodges motels grocery a a a stores Etc. Homes in All Price ranges this weeks Best buys in-Village-4 apartment tenant excellent condition All apartments now rented want a duplex in Village a a we have one of the finest. In a Good neighbourhood a both sides now rented. Joe Caracciola a Georgia a. 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