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Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 25 1966, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 25, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 4-h news notes Camp Onawa is ready for another Campi no season Camp Onawa is receiving a face lifting this year in preparation for the 44th annual camping season. Bartlett Hall is in the process of having new siding put it i it and of course the new and much needed administrative building is presently under construction. Camp on Daw is a 12 acre Camp located in Sunderland along the Banks of the Batten kill River. The program at the Camp offers swimming crafts first Aid hiking outdoor cookery games Camp fires and leadership a All of which add up to a lot of fun and companionship. The Camp is administered by a Board of directors representing Arm Bureau 4-h leaders and former 4-h Camp counsellors. This years Board members include a. Coleman Mason president Henry steel vice pres ident and Marion Hardy treasurer. Also on the Board Are Howard Hiu Ira Whitney Everett Lillie Mary Lour in Donald Lorie Harry Hayden Merritt Morey and Clarence Decker. Former Camp counsellors serving on the Board include Rachel Mason Doris Mason Norma. Cadoret and Avis Wittman. The Camp program this year will be under the guidance of a director assisted by a Camp Mau it Ager and counsellors. Candidates for counsellors this year include Wayne Hagelberg John Spencer Brian Pierce Susan Torrisi Rita Torrill Eunice Crowell and sue Bolognani. Also Joann mar Cox Molly Pratt Dianne Haddad Debbie Peacock aria Cro sier and Betty Clawson. Mrs. David Berry has agreed to serve As nurse and mrs. Edward Houghton will again be our Cook. Erie Hill will be our custodian. With the staff positions filling up the Camp receiving a face lifting and registration cards starting to come in we anticipate another successful campling season. If you have not received your registration card yet see your 4-h Leader for it. Senior week this year is from july to in. Junior week is scheduled for july 17 23. School and you Bennington Banner wednesday May 2b, 19bb a educational placement Chow time a National guardsmen take time out for a noon meal during the weekend bivouac on the Long Trail in Woodford held by the 86th Engineer company. National guard notes we a Wpm Javery memorials 517 South Street Bennington Vermont f ill or. Pm i la. Ivory or. Altin in Page the 8gth Engineer company held its monthly Drill on saturday and sunday May 14 and 15. The training for the regular members of the unit consisted of combat operations. This training dealt with the Rifle platoon in the attack and also defensive tactics. The recruit training for the weekend consisted of a bivouac at the boy scout Camp on the Long Trail in Woodford. The recruits arrived at the Camp 10 30 saturday morning and returned to the armory at about 12 30 sunday. Activities scheduled a t Collare Hills Brothers j canned Coffee soda a Case 2l$149j" 1177 in Box Schuler s potato chips l 49c Salem s super Market 831 main St go it your i it s i. To i .i.i, permanently pressed pants shirts amp shorts ii de step shoes re is Shortl Short tapered underwear Shaffer a men s shop 475 main St. Bennington it. The Public science series of Bennington College will present or. Samuel Sutton in a lecture on thursday at 8 . In Bam i. Or. Sutton whose lecture will be concerned with recent currents in brain research is Well known As a professor of psychology at Columbia University Anda project director at psychiatric Institute. He is currently working on biometric a a research with the state of new York department of mental Hygiene. Or. Sutton a lecture will Deal with measurement of the electrical activity of the brain. In another scheduled program miss Olivia Koppell will present her senior concert in partial fulfilment of work required for the awarding of a Bachelor of arts degree in music at Bennington College tonight at 8 15 . In the Carriage barn. Miss Koppell travelled this past non resident term with the Bennington College music tour As violinist. Her concert will include works by Alice Webber Bennington College �?T66bach Manuel de Falla and Beethoven. Assisting her in this presentation will be George Finckel Michael Finckel Marianne Finckel Robert Nowak George ii Man John Brecher Deborah Chaffee and Celia Hudson. Family Breaks to Denver up a the members of Mauree Prinzing a family get All the Breaks. First mrs. Prinzing fell in the living room and broke her right leg. Next her Nephew slipped on ice and broke his right leg. Then her grand Nephew tried skiing for the first time. He broke his left leg. 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Allowance a budget terms free service and installation the training during the weekend consisted of a familiarization course on the m60 machine gun orientation of the Browning machine gun .50 Caliper and orientation of the 3.5-Inch rocket launcher. Two night problems were conducted for the Benefit of the recruits. During the first problem All of the recruits were required to go through a Compass course which had been set up earlier in the Day. The purpose of the course was to give the recruits practice in Reading the Compass. The recruits were harassed by aggressors during the Compass problem. The aggressors were led by Sec. John Stratton. During the second problem the recruits set up a perimeter defense and the aggressors attempted to penetrate the defense. One Man did manage to penetrate the defense. Blank ammunition was used during the training to make exercises More realistic. On the Job training was conducted in the maintenance and operations sections. Meals were served to the troops saturday noon and evening and sunday morning and noon. The next Drill will be the memorial Day Parade May 30. 4 directors to be named to Union Board candidates for election or re election to the it. Anthony Union school Board will be required to file nominating petitions before the annual meetings of member school districts. The petitions which must be signed by i per cent of the last gubernatorial vote in the candidates member school District have become mandatory this year because of the sizable population total of the Union school District. Affected by the requirement will be four of la Union school directors who will be seeking re election for 3 year terms at annual District meetings next month John p. Morrissey Bennington Village Norman Stratton Bennington Rural mrs. Jane Mccullough North Bennington and or. Arthur s. Farts Shaftsbury. Morrissey and Stratton will for the first time As a candidates at Large a rather than As Village and Rural candidates respectively. And they will be seeking re election at the first annual meeting of the Bennington merged school District rather than at the last meetings of the greater Bennington and Bennington graded districts. The merged District meeting is set for july 12. Shaftsbury will be held june 28, and North Bennington a june 29. By George Sleeman Beni guidance c onus Al or we thought that perhaps our readers would be interested in the educational placement of our senior class this year. We have broken this Down As follows a 53 per cent of the graduating class of 116, will continue their education beyond High school in four year colleges Junior colleges nurses training Trade schools business colleges and schools of Beauty culture a 31 per cent of this years senior class have been accepted at four year colleges a 12 per cent have been accepted at two year colleges a 3 per cent have been accepted for nurses training a 7 per cent have been accepted at Trade schools schools of Beauty culture and other schools a 16 per cent of the senior class have already secured full time employment a to per cent will join the armed forces after graduation and a 21 per cent of the graduating class Are still not definite As to their future plans. The seniors that have been accepted at four year colleges and two year colleges Are As follows Ann Arnold a Central Connecticut state College new Britain Conn. Peter Austin a Vermont technical College Randolph Center Lynn Baker a St. Joseph College old Bennington Clifford Barber a Vermont technical College Kathleen Berry a University of Vermont Karen Bowmaker a Castleton state College Castleton Janice Burt a Junior College of Albany Albany by. James Colvin a Central Missouri state College Warrensburg to. Cheryl Cook a University of Vermont Lynne Davis a Dean Junior College Franklin mass. Mary Washington College Fredericksburg Virginia and University of Vermont Marjorie Dean a Castleton state College Bruce Faller University of Vermont Richard Fothergill Vermont technical College Barbara Garrison a Castleton state College Susan Gilmore a University of Vermont Lodie Ann Graves a University of Vermont Charlotte Greer a University of Vermont Edith Greer a Castleton state College Faye Hamilton a Berk Lee school of music Boston Diane Hanson a Chamberlain school of retailing Boston Janet Hayes a University of Vermont and University of Potsdam Potsdam . Also Susan Hilchey a state University of new York at Cobleskill Gloria Hollister a University of Vermont Lycoming College Williamsport a. Bruce Howe a Ricker College Houlton Maine and Barrington College Barrington . Andrea Kapetan a University of Vermont and Dean Junior College James Kerr a University of Maine Virginia Kemmerer a Keystone Junior College la plume a. Patricia Killian a Pennsylvania Academy of Fine arts Philadelphia David Krug a University of Vermont and University of Maine Neil la chant a University of Vermont Peter Lanfair a St. Joseph College Stephen Mcgaughey a Lycoming College Williamsport a. And University of Vermont Stephen Mattson a St. Joseph College. Also Alan Mears a Vermont technical College Cheryl Minke a Castleton state College David Palmer a University of Vermont Joanne Pello a Boston University Cheryl Pratt a Castleton state College Cheryl Preston a state University of . At Cobleskill Ann Rapallo a St. Joseph College Jacqueline Reynolds a University of Vermont William Rowe a University of Vermont John Santar Cangelo University of Hartford Dan Shultz a University of Vermont Jacqueline Smith Castleton state College and University of Vermont Janis Vince Wake Forest College Winston Salem . And University of Vermont Burt Ware a St. Joseph College David Wilkinson a University of Miami Coral Gables Fla. And University of Vermont Mary Julietta Wolf a Grinnell College Grinnell Iowa Alan Woodard a University of Maine Orono Maine University of Vermont and Clarkson College of technology Potsdam . The following seniors have been accepted at schools of nursing Patricia Arr son a Mary Fletcher Hospital Burlington Evelyn Hathaway a Putnam memorial Hospital Leslie Heald a Peter Bent Brigham Hospital Boston. A of the following seniors have been accepted at other schools Gall Babson a Vermont Beauty Academy Rutland Arthur Eastman a Berkshire Community College. Pittsfield mass. Roy Jordan a new Hampshire vocational Institute Manches Ter . Linda Lathrop a Eli Academy Burlington Martina Lemieux a Putnam Hospital school of a Ray technician Dale Palmer a Post graduate course Beni Tanice Robinsons Houles Beauty Academy Manchester . And Craig Snow a Post graduate course Beni. A of the following seniors Are joining the armed forces Ronald Ballance William Cone Tom Cushman Stephen Corbett Michael Derola Ralph Greenawalt Michael Hayes Richard Longtin John Mayhew Donald Myers Richard Prentiss and Stephen Woodcock. This is Vermont state nursing Home week we now have one vacancy available excellent nursing care pleasant atmosphere Beautiful grounds meeting All state standards member state amp National nursing Home associations Prospect nursing Home 34 Prospect St. N. Bennington it. Dial 447-7144 or. Norman Hauck administrator mrs. Marie Hauck . Program set for retreading Washington up the labor department and the nations tire dealers Are launching an on the Job training program in tire retreading for 1,000 men half of whom Are unemployed. Fifty programs Are planned in 33 states under the National manpower training act the department said wednesday. The programs will be sponsored by the National tire dealers and retreaded association which says the retreading Industry is shorthanded. Each training session will last 16 weeks and trainees will be paid the prevailing wage rate in their areas. Ii a kick Mese Means Sale but a food i any language h special a a a to Clen Reg. 79c Gillette super Silver stainless Blades \ 4 4 Ltd a special Reg. $1.39 maalox 98� j Guerlain Shalimar Cologne $ eve ready batteries St Ioc j sick it it l Keg. $1.50 Clairol Loving care 94c Carroll drug store main Street dial 2-6713 Bennington it. Turf builder makes the difference spread turf builder now and you la enjoy a Greener Lawn in to Days or Well gladly refund your Money. How can we make such a guarantee because turf builder is the Only fertilizer that a Trioni Zed. Helps grass take full advantage of every available drop of moisture. Makes your Lawn grow Greener and stay that Way longer. 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