Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 14 1965, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 14, 1965, Bennington, Vermont First girl scout thanks badge Given to mrs. Arthur Wickenden the first thanks badge Given by the Vermont girl scout Council in recognition of outstanding service among adult scout personnel was presented to mrs. Arthur Wickenden of North Bennington at a meeting of girl scout neighbourhood 12 leaders thursday night in St. Peters Parish Hall. On hand for the presentation of the badge were mrs. Walter Higgins Field vice president of the state Council and mrs. Madeline Gifford Field director. Mrs. Wickenden was president of the Bennington girl scout Council for four years prior to its merger into the one state organization. In making the award mrs. Higgins noted that the state Council had reviewed the Long and dedicated service of mrs. Wick Nichols open t it it ii i ii i till 9 an Apple for the teacher. It so right for summer. From wond Ralls sizes 2-4 3-fix 4.98 Enden in the Bennington area and throughout the state. A in her years As Bennington Council president Jane Wickenden also served As vice chairman of the Vermont girl scout organization committee which was constantly motivated by her in reaching the sound decisions that have provided the framework of the Council. Her constant appraisal of the benefits to be derived by All girls from an area Council was the inspiration needed to Complete the project. The badge is being awarded to a gracious lady and inspired Leader Jane Wickenden a mrs. Higgins said. The neighbourhood meeting attended by leaders from throughout Bennington county was conducted by neighbourhood chair divorces doubled Honolulu up a ninety one divorces were granted in circuit court in Honolulu last week a More than twice As Many As Normal. Gov. John a. Burns has a Bill on his desk which requires couples with children to wait at least a year before receiving a final decree. There is no wait now. Casual lounge and i cepe to s v i / j 4visco i a his pc. A .1 ii \ i w sizes so a s3.98 Drysdale a shop tonight til 9 Toro makes the difference Power up Quot wind Tunnel Quot action in Torous new 21&Quot whirlwind you just steer. Torous 21�?� whirlwind rotary Mower does the rest. Pulls you up Hills pulls you through heavy grass. Front wheel pow a drive makes cutting your Lawn As easy As taking a walk. Extra Power More durability because of automobile Type positive gear drive Quot when service counts. Count on is to Jos. A. Nadeau inc. Man mrs. Charles w. Thompsonjr. Day Camp chairman mrs. George Randall reported that mrs. Sandy Dunham of Bennington will direct the Day Camp sponsored by the Catamount neighbourhood this summer. The program will take place at the Rod and gun club in Shaftsbury the first two weeks in August. Mrs. Randall said that mrs. Robert Peckham will serve As Camp nurse and mrs. Bernard Whitman will be registrar. She said that brochures describing the Camp and giving information about applications Are now in the hands of the troop leaders to be distributed to the scouts. Other items in a Long session of scouting business included a a report from mrs. John g. Irons jr., Trainer for the round up troop who noted the extent of preparations the girls Are making in preparation for the International gathering this summer. Twenty girls from Vermont will be in the party including three from the Catamount neighbourhood. The neighbourhood was thanked for its support in helping these girls finance the Cost of the trip. The neighbourhood contributed $150 per girl from its restricted funds and a total of $200 has been added to the fund by the various troops in the neighbourhood. A announcement by mrs. Bruce Lavigne neighbourhood organizer of the first joint girl scout and 4-h Camporee scheduled for aug. 3 to 5 at the Forest and Farmland foundation area in Rupert. She said a committee including mrs. Robert my Waters mrs. Harold Riemann and herself was working with 4-h officials on details of the event designed to Combine girl scout camping techniques with the 4-h program in conservation. The Camporee will be open to Cadette scouts entering Grade 7 and will Cost Only $3 per girl including meals. A the boy scouts have done this very successfully and we Hope to make ours just As valuable a she said. A a decision to buy four new snare Drums slings and cymbals for the girl scout band Here. A a suggestion that Bennington be the site of the fall meeting of the Vermont girl scout Council to be attended by leaders from throughout the state. A a Model court of awards ceremony was conducted by mrs. Lavigne and mrs. Riemann to give leaders present a visual presentation of the Correct Way to handle this scouting ceremony. A a report from mrs. Lorenz Kemmerer detailing the Agenda of the state Council meeting on april 27 in Barre. A awards of service pins to leaders in the neighbourhood and with the astonishing total of 480 years service to girl scouting among them All. A certificates of appreciation for special help in the girl scout program to Raymond b. Bowen chairman of the finance Campaign last fall to mrs. Joseph Fowler of Manchester fund chairman there mrs. Robert Parker and mrs. Earl Hamilton for their work with the girl scout Agency sister evangelist is a for great help with the girl scout band and for publicity to mrs. Gordon key Worth of station Watn and mrs. Richard Dwyer of the Banner. Bennington Banner Friday May 14, 19655 it. Academy of arts sciences is organizing in Burlington dance team Patty Kate Carmody of Bennington and Dick Hess of Arlington who have appeared on the barn television show will be among performers at the 10th annual dance revue of the Cecelia Greene school of dance sunday night at the state armory. Here they shown performing an adagio number. Are Loti dance revue at armory on sunday no. Bennington phone 2-4006 sought i o Iii Iii Lull Chatsworth Calif. Up a Floyd Alexander 32, recently ran an advertisement in a los Angeles area newspaper seeking return of his stolen Tommy gun a no questions state and local authorities called on Alexander with a few questions of their own. He finally convinced the officers that his Tommy gun shoots plaster not bullets. Alexander is a plastering contractor. Cecelia Greene a Bennington school of dance will present its 10th annual dance revue a Stair Way to Success a sunday starting at 8 . At the state armory sponsored by the Vermont National guard. A colourful fast moving show with Bob Harrington of Watn As audio Engineer is scheduled for two hours. Tap dance routines Ballet adagio modern jazz toe pantomime and specialities will be featured. The Bennington senior and Junior rockette will demonstrate their precision dancing. One of the dance schools senior rockette is now a radio City rockette at radio City music Hall. On the program again will be solos duos and several groups. Several students have appeared on the barn seen Here Friday nights Over Wrob to and some Are now regulars on the show produced by Tommy Stern it afer safety school planned by lamp Aimar i North hero a Camp Abnaki the Vermont Myca summer Camp has announced it will sponsor a three Day Small Craft safety school june la to 13 at the Camp waterfront in North hero in grand Isle county. Participating agencies will be the Marine division of Vermont state police the third coast guard District and Chittenden county red Cross. Director will be William Stone of Watertown n.y., who is assistant director at Camp Abnaki. A physical education teacher and graduate of Cortland College he spent four years in the coast guard As a Small Craft safety expert. The program will include discussion of state Laws Inland waterway Laws approved equipment and safety requirements for rowboats sailboats canoes and motorboats. It. Richard Curtis director of the state police Marine division and one or two Marine troopers will be on hand and it. Carl d. Brossard of the coast guard will participate and conduct workshops. The program is geared for adults and College students men and women. Cost of the entire three Day event will be $13 per person including meals. Application Blanks and further information can be obtained by writing Camp Abnaki Box 806, Burlington. Miss Vermont pageant postponed to june Burlington a the miss Vermont pageant has been postponed to saturday june 5, according to an announcement received from mrs. Marion Sargent pageant producer director. At the same time mrs. Sargent said the deadline for entries has been moved up to May 14. No reason for the changes was Given. The pageant was originally scheduled to be held saturday May 15. The pageant sponsored by the Vermont sunday news fund will begin at 8 . On the new Date at the memorial auditorium Here. Young ladies who wish to enter the Competition must be Over 18 years old have graduated from High school and have been a resident of the state for at least the six months preceding the pageant. Judging will be based on Talent intelligence personality and Beauty. Miss Vermont 1965 will receive a $1,000 Pepsi cola scholarship and will represent the state in the annual miss America contest in Atlantic City. She will also have the use of a new convertible will receive a $500 wardrobe and will make guest appearances throughout the state during her reigning year. Additional information May be obtained by writing the miss Vermont pageant Box 1008, Burlington. Hedstrom shopper stroller Reg. 9.95 $788 7 Haynes amp Kane inc. Dial 7-7133 434 main St. Bennington it. Feld. Ted Mack television show Talent will also be seen in this 10th annual production. Miss Greene mrs. Arthur Callahan operates her Bennington studio on main Street. She has taught dancing for to years Here in Arlington for five years and in Williamstown for one year. A member of the dance educators of America who has danced with the june Taylor dancers she also offers an instructors course at her school. These diplomas Are awarded at the annual show. Tickets will be available at the door or from any of the dance students. A charter meeting of a new Vermont Academy of arts and sciences is being held tonight at 6 in the i hat restaurant in Burlington. The group is being spearheaded by or. Lucien m. Hanks professor in anthropology at Bennington College. About 30 persons Are expected tonight to draw up a charter and arrange for a governing organization. A this is a group that is going to work toward bringing the values of learning and make them More accessible to Vermont and increase participation in them a said Hanks. A it will seek out funds to improve the materials that Are available at colleges and other locations in the Hanks added that the group will be interested in such events congregational Retreat set a t Yew by Newbury a the Retreat held annually for the wives whose husbands serve churches of the Vermont congregational conference As ministers will be May 18, 19 and 20 at the Atkinson House in Newbury. Guest Leader for the three Day Retreat will be Josephine Moffat Benton a prominent writer who makes her Home in Philadelphia. Mrs. Benton is author of a space of a Hen and a gift of a Golden her new Book a a door ajar a is just coming off the press at this time. The topic for study during the Retreat is a wrestling with our Faith with particular attention directed to prayer discipline Devotion and Bible study. Ministers wives from allover the state will come to the Atkinson House for this Retreat. This is its loth anniversary. As performing arts and lecture series arranging conferences helping to conduct research on Public affairs stimulating local enterprises such As local drama or choral societies where they do not now exist. The emphasis he said will be particularly on local events and working with Vermont a various colleges. Gov. Philip h. Hoff is expected to attend tonight a meeting along with rep. J. Alan Chalmers of Weston and Carleton g. Howe of Dorset president of the Southern Vermont artists inc., and a former state senator from Bennington county. Members of the faculties from colleges in Vermont who Are expected include the following a Bennington College Richard Blake Lionel Nowak and Reinhold Vanderlinde Middlebury Charles l. Hoag and Roland ii Lich Ulm Paul Oren George Dykhuisen and . Miles St. Michael a Dean Paul Morin and Henry Fairbanks Johnson state Selma Guttman Norwich Gordon Willey and Albert Norman Green Mountain Alice c. Brown and Robert w. Leonard Lyndon state prof. And mrs. 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