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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 7, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Hoosick Falls Beard rules on taking mentally retarded Hoosick Falls , a the boar d of education of the Hoosick Falls Central school passed a Resolution at its meeting tuesday to refuse any More mentally retarded students on a tuition basis because of a Lack of room. Present enrolment of 33 for two classes is the maximum number allowed by state Law for fro classes. Vav Hole the ruling goes into effect today it was further decided that As of sept. I 1966, those already enrolled As tuition students would not be accepted. In other business the Board gave permission to House five new buses for which there is no room in the present bus garage in a new building owned by Kenneth Lester in Back of the l amp s lumber company on the River Road Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont 6869103 officers St the rfcs High school have been elected As Fellows freshmen David waterhouse president Dennis Lebar Ron vice president Jayne Zilinskas Secretary Janice lessor treasurer sophomores William Miller president Paul of Brien vice president Patricia Scaglone Secretary Walter Robson treasurer juniors Frank Reynolds president Robert Whittet vice president Helen Hayes Secretary Sally Stetson treasurer seniors Frank Carelli president Barbara Sausville vice president Thomas Beckstein Secretary Betsy Cipperly treasurer. Edward Graney of 65 classic St., is a patient at the Putnam memorial Hospital where he was taken saturday by the town of Hoosick Rescue squad. George e. Harrison son of or. And mrs. Harry Harrison of 3 Richmond ave., has been awarded a letter of commendation As a result of his High score on the National Merit scholarship qualifying test taken last March. His score placed him within the top 2 per cent of the students across the country who will Complete High school in 1966. Fire prevention week a fire Buff since he could recognize the color red col. Charles Raymond of Cambridge and some interested onlookers inspect a Model Tanker he built. Children of or. And mrs. George Robertson of West main Street Are David Bottom step Susan and Jimmy second step Judy and Alan third step. No fires Are expected in that Home with five fire marshals on tap. Bates Cambridge observes fire prevention week Cambridge . A col. Charles Raymond a fire Buff since he could recognize the color red spoke wednesday to grades 4, 5, and 6 at the Cambridge Central school on the history of firefighting. In Observance of fire prevention week the Jerome e. Wright insurance Agency has presented fire marshal hats and badges to these grades and certificates Cambridge Ruth rates s77-3421 a dinner and dance at the town House at 7 . Oct. 9 will Honor mrs. William Peabody of Interlaken department president of new York state legion auxiliary. Reservations May be made by calling 677-2716 c 2767. Church news a special meeting will be held sunday at 2 . At the Village . Church for the congregation. Families May bring their lunches to Church and stay through the dinner hour. Study theme of the meeting will be a the Mission of the Church in Cambridge n. five outstanding Layment will speak on Christian education Community witness and stewardship and evangelism of the Church. Included will be judge John o Brien of Whitehall and Charles Geer of Burlington it. The Rev. George Morgan of Albany presbytery will be Moderator and Opportunity will be Given to ask practical questions regarding the merger of the Village United presbyterian Church and the first United presbyterian Church. Hospital news patients from the area at Mary Mcclellan Hospital for the week ending oct. 3 include admissions Homer j. Benson Eagle Bridge mrs. Alice e. Devine James b. Dunigan Chester j. Dusha Rose e. Parente and Henry e. Roberts Cambridge Hugh p. Dorr mrs. Mary Ann Hyde and mrs. Helen j. Kristiansen Hoosick Falls Julie but Kas of Petersburg. Discharges included Dianne a. Bingham and mrs. Anna Marsh Egle Bridge mrs. Grace Bass mrs. Viola Carelli mrs. Mary Rita Downey mrs. a. Hyde John w. Mac Murray Hoosick Falls Robert f. Bloom Dan j. Col lamer Chester j. Dusha Rose e. Parente Susan e. Schnell and Valerie o. Scriber Cambridge Charles h. Jackson Buskirk and mrs. Dorothy n. Moore Poultney it. Of fire inspection in the Homes have been Given out to All children. These papers include such questions As a Are your cellar stairways free and Clear of debris a parents and children Are to inspect the Home and answer the questions about things pertaining to fires then return papers to the school and an award Given for the Best return. Or saturday the fire department will have a tag Day at the Corner of main and Park streets to assist the fund for the county convention. Shaftsbury fran Stacy 44 2-6324 the woman a society of Christian service of the first methodist Church will sponsor it annual Chicken pie supper saturday. Co chairmen Are mrs. Mary Stevens mrs. Shirley Sanders and mrs. Julia Booth. The first serving will be at 5 30 ., and the second serving will be at 6 30. Tickets can to purchased in Advance or at the door from John Millington. South Cambridge Margaret Aiken 677-3049 Leon Galloway is a patient at Leonard Hospital in Troy. John Hamilton was Home from Cornell University to spend the weekend with his parents or. And mrs. Malcolm Hamilton. The pleasant Valley Grange will sponsor a Public card party at the Hall on get. 12 at 8 . Services at the methodist Church Are held sunday at 11 30 . With the Rev. Oswald a. Muller pastor in charge. Sunday school is at 10 30 . Miss Damp ugh Austin who is a member of the nursing class at Mary Hitchcock Hospital Hanover n.h., spent the weekend with her parents or. And mrs. James d. Austinjr. Or. William Stata is Apat Lent at Mary Mcclellan Hospital where she is receiving treatment for injuries sustained in an Auto Accident last wednesday afternoon. White Creek Eleanor Niles i s. Vora Mccart of Easton a former resident Here spent several Days last week with mrs. Ernest Allen in Shaftsbury. Or. And mrs. Arthur Newth and her father Raymond Brewer of Connecticut were weekend guests of the James lakes. Permission was granted for school representatives to attend the following conferences ups Mer stempel., new York state association of elementary school principals Syracuse oct. 30-nov. 2 William waterhouse new York state association of secondary school administrators mrs. Eleanor Kelly . State Library association Buffalo oct. 28, 29 and Bruce Wheeler wrestling clinic oct. 19. Six members of the Board will attend the school Board conference in Syracuse oct. 24, 25 my 26. They include supt. Philip Leonard clerk John Frier and members Charles Frazier Harry Harrison Ralph Moll and Earl Goodermote. The Board approved a proposal by supt. Leonard to engage the Lincoln Center . Shows through Herford Smith District superintendent who will make arrangements. The shows Are educational through teaching students. Those to be sought for the local school Are first lessons in Ballet where pupils in the upper grades of the elementary division will be taught with later demonstrations by dancers from the Lincoln shows and second a comedy through the a est for secondary grades. In the latter the history of comedy through the Ages will be taught and later demonstrations will be Given by players from the shows. The proposal Calls for students from Berlin and Hoosac Valley Central schools to be transported to the local school by bus to join in the program for which they will share the Cost. No Shaft Lions make awards Shaftsbury a Theno Shaft Lions had no special program for their tuesday night meeting in Shaftsbury but various items of business were transacted and several awards made. A guest miss Andrea Kenyon received a pin from Danny Fager in appreciation of her help with the no Shaft fair. Key awards were presented Chuck Bate use Danny Fager Merritt Hewitt and Brud Riley for bringing in new members. A special award was Given Jim Bow for his tireless Effort As program committee chairman Over the past years. Barney Mccarthy membership chairman welcomed new members Francis Kenyon Lloyd Pratt and Dave Moriarity. Distinguished lion Jess Archibald presented membership pins and plaques to new members and introduced them to zionism. Archibald also presented awards to no Shaft officers Nelson Payne Dave Barton Brud Riley and Bob Peckham who served in the last Calendar year. Team captains for the annual Light bulb Sale oct. 18 have been appointed by Mccarthy. No Shaft members will be calling on residents in North Bennington and Shaftsbury on that Date. Members who will be attending the annual Lions fall con Terence at Jay Peak Montgomery Center oct. 9 Are by Bluto Dave Barton Charles Thompson Barney Mccarthy and Bob Keough. It was announced that Edward Keough fish and game commissioner will speak to the club at the oct. 19 meeting in North Bennington. School of As water dept. Makes repairs North Bennington a water service in a Large Section of North Bennington was interrupted for several hours this morning in order to repair a break Iii the water main. The break was discovered by the local water department several ays ago when an unusual loss of water was noted on the Autu Matte water usage Register at the East Road station. The break was pin pointed on main Street opposite Percey s newsroom. A William a Dailey inc. Steam shovel was put into service to dig up the Street in the break area wednesday. Repairs were made to the main this morning under the direction of water. Dept. Supt. Kenneth r. Couch and water service restored. Because the North Bennington school is in the area affected by the water shut off school sessions today did not commence until 10 30. No. On it 7 a a the greater Manchester merchants Bennington Banner thursday october 7, 1965-7 a a shop As you Are r the Only one 7<k to Ceu a nil a Daub que hand knit double knit 100% woo four ply yarn by Susan Gallagher $29� s.m-1. Only Manchestl Cinti vf01 Tel. Man. 362-2105 Reg. $39.00 to $50.00 or. T. mph bpm is Alu a to site 12mi to 18 Starlet Sheet step Manchester Village it. On a Good used car �?T62 Ford Falcon m095 econ line station Wagon 22,000 Miles. �?T62 Chevrolet $1795 2 door Hardtop super sport v-8, Auto trans., Power steering 26,000 like new Miles. Maroon amp White. �?T60 Chevrolet conv air $ 4 door Auto. Trons., clean car. Good buy. �?T64 Ford Fairlane 500 $1a0c Auto. Trans., v-8, Power steering radio amp Heater Low mileage one owner exceptional buy. �?T63 rambler ambassador Fri 4 dour Sedan v-8, Auto. Trans., Power e steering Excel ten t condition. �?T64 jeep pick up trn Mil j200, 4 wheel drive 14,000 Miles i jul Book �?T63 Ford Fairlane Soo Auto. Trons., a to Rodio amp Heater Low mileage like new. �?T57 Chevrolet pickup truck Utility body no rust 6 cyl., std. Trons., Good Point Batten kill Dodge sales amp service we . He Hunt we e in Wmk res Richville rd., Manchester depot it. Tel. 362-206? a a a a i . In 1965 Mustang or. Save save i 1964 Chev v a., do., 1995 1963 Ford country Sedan v-8, std. Trans., radio amp Lewe a Heater. 1963 vow s295 radio amp Heater. % t 1963 Corvair a m395 f1 u s e Manchester motors inc. Ii d Monza a Speed trans. 1962 rambler a. $ 95 Manchester Center it 362-1808 x x x x x x x x x x roasted Chicken signalling savings Vav dinners something new and different bring the family this weekend Bischofs resultant it. 7, i mile North of Manchester it. A a a a a x x x x x x x x x x used cars a a a a a a a a a a a a a x �?T61 Chevrolet Corsair 2 door Coupe Power Lirie radio a Heater. Extra Nice. �?T62 Chevrolet cl40. Corvair convert. Spider equip. Flarv �?T62 Chevrolet Chevy-2 station Wagon 6 cyl., Power Glide radio a Heater. $1095 61 Oldsmobile Wagon air cond., Power steering and brakes radio a Heater. $1395 �?T59 Chevrolet station Wagon v-8, Power Glide. Trucks a1962 Chevrolet 2-ton platform w hoist. 60 Chevrolet Vij ton pick up b. M. Toomey inc. Chevrolet s Alks 4 service 24 hour towing service nights 362-2351 Manchester Center Tel. 362-7624 Nal plex the Latex Wall paint with the built in second coat. So High in hiding. So smooth in leveling one coat looks like two now. You can Roll on new Wall Beauty with a single coat. New dutch boy Nal plex is made especially for roller use. Virtually eliminates roller Marks splatter or Spray. No unpleasant odor either. Dries in a Jiffy. And no mess a clean up hands brushes or rollers w Ith soap and wafer. Try it you la like it More years to the gallon r Kilburn a -1 a hardware this Coupon when presented at the store named hereon entitles the bearer to Purchase dutch boy Nal plex at this special gallon Price. This offer expires nov. 15, 1965. Kilburn a hardware plumbing amp Keating supplies open daily 7 30 .-5 30 ., Friday a til 9 depot St. Manchester Center it

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