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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 21, 1965, Bennington, Vermont School and you Myca Board sets Bennington Banner thursday october 21, 1965-5 guide for parents students plans for coming year Money approved flood Wall study by George a. Sleeman guidance director Bennington High school Here Are some suggestions to help you prepare for the future a and particularly for College or vocational training. Discuss your plans and problems with your parents teachers and Counselor. 1. Plan for your vocation As Early As possible the Sophomore year of High school is not too Early to Start planning for your future. Get some experiences in the various occupations which interest you. Find out All you can about these occupations. Talk to people actually doing the work in which you Are interested. For instance talk to your teachers about choosing teaching As your profession. 2. Select your College or vocational school investigate the schools which offer training in the Field of your Choice. Talk to people who have attended these hot lunch Benn. Elementary monday a Macaroni and cheese cabbage pineapple salad Peanut butter sandwiches chocolate pudding milk. Tuesday a meat loaf Apple celery Raisin salad potato chips Corn muffins prunes milk. Wednesday a Chicken soup celery Peanut butter Sticks pressed Ham sandwiches cake with Cherry Topping milk. Thursday a Chicken fricassee buttered Rice buttered peas buttered Rolls Apple Crisp milk. Friday a Spaghetti Tomato cheese casserole French bread string Beans pears milk. Mental care Chicago up a the number of psychiatric patients admitted to general hospitals is estimated to let a As great As the number admitted to state and county mental hospitals reports the american Hospital association. Institutions of possible. Find out the Cost of your proposed course and what scholarships the school you selected offers. 3. Plan your High school program certain courses Are required for Entrance to College. The catalogue of your chosen school will Tell you what courses you should take. Your Counselor will help you. 4. Learn to study your teachers can help you learn Good study habits for various subjects. Work hard to constantly improve your study habits. You will be glad that you did. 5. Make Good grades grades of Quot a Quot or better Are called a recommended you must have recommended grades to be eligible for most scholarships. Good grades Are important. If you Are not getting recommended grades talk to your teacher about your difficulty. Make frequent visits to your Public Library. 6. Become a Well rounded individual develop hobbles and participate in school Community and Church activities. Broaden your Fields of interest through Reading and contacts with people. 7. Planning finances parents and students should consider the combination of savings scholarships Loans and part time student jobs when planning the financing of higher education. 8. Learn about scholarship requirements you will have to take some tests for most scholarships. The College Entrance examinations Board celeb is the main test. 9. Prepare for scholarship application Early get references transcripts and other material in order Long before the deadline. Obtain scholarship application Blanks by december 1st of the year before you expect to Start College. 10. Ask questions if you Nave any questions or problems seek advice. Counselor teachers and your parents will be glad you asked them. They wont make your decisions for you a that is your responsibility. They will provide you with facts which will help you make your own decisions. The Board of directors of the Bennington area Myca had its regular monthly meeting tuesday with James f. Davis president presiding. Ladies of the Myca auxiliary served a full course Turkey dinner to the members in the Board room at the a by a with mrs. Frederick t. Butler in charge assisted by mrs. Alan e. Evens mrs. Schuyler h. Vanderveer mrs. Frank Snow or. And mrs. Leonard j. Black. The reports of the recording Secretary s. Whitney Dickey and treasurer James were accepted As printed. J. Philip Hall chairman of the 1965 Myca finance Campaign presented the Progress to Date. The president said that Progress was being made on plans for the 1966 Campaign. The resignation of John p. Riddle associate Secretary since sept. 1955, to become effective oct. 30, 1965, was accepted with regret. At this time president Davis presented to Riddle on behalf of the Board a sap bucket Magazine rack As expression off their appreciation for his service and loyalty to the Myca Over the past nine years. They also extended him their Best wishes in his new position. Riddle states the decision to change positions was hard to make. The executive committee reporting on their oct. La meeting also recommended that Frank l. Oktavec retired of Shaftsbury Stuart e. Murphy of Broad Brook press and living in Shaftsbury and Eugene f. Griffin of the Union Carbide Consumers products co., be elected to membership on the Board of directors of the Bennington area Myca. They were duly elected and welcomed to the Board. Information on the Myca retirement fund and group insurance plan was presented and explained. Herbert h. Leonard chairman of the Myca planning committee reported his group is meeting weekly on the future of the Bennington Myca and that Jonn a. Appleton of the new England area Council of my can a staff would be Here to consult with the committee on oct. 27. Arthur j. Dewey chairman of the facilities committee reported that some new treads had been put in on the stairway of the building that the ladies auxiliary had been doing some work on window drapes that a new bed had been purchased for the dormitory rooms and in general had overseen the sprucing up of the a by a building under the leadership of mrs. George r. Jenkins. He also reported that an area for two Tennis courts had been Laid out at memorial Park and one at the Rye Pool so they could be levelled and a base Laid this fall so it could Settle Over Winter and be ready Tor the finished construction next Spring. Summer study program in Italy is announced Amherst mass. A the University of Massachusetts will initiate a summer program of studies in Art literature history and political science in Bologna Italy next year it has been announced by or. Oswald Tippo University Provost. To be called the us summer school in Bologna the seven week program will take advantage of Bologna a location in the heart of Renaissance Italy to offer College credit courses in italian Renaissance Art history of the Renaissance romantic poets in Italy and european political and economic integration. Next Summers Pilot program is open to a limited group with the deadline for enrolment dec. 15. Any student graduate or undergraduate in Good standing at his University or College May apply according to prof. Howard h. Quint program director. Bologna is a to Valley City of about 500,000 famed for its palaces and Basilicas and for the ancient columned porticoes that line its streets. Information May be obtained by writing prof. Quint 352 Bartlett Hall University of Massachusetts Amherst. Fresh killed 3 la. Avg. Frying chickens swifts Premium Proton beef Boneless s ant Rump roast ust homemade sausage69 swifts Premium sliced Bacon la. Pkg a lettuce Large head oranges 59 Hills Bros. Coffee i la. Tin Reg. Or drip 69< without Coupon with 30< Coupon 39< los fillet sole halibut Steak oysters solid pack muss Lemons applesauce dash detergent scotties facial tissue 400 it Peter pan Peanut butter krafts velveeta or 303 size slices yellow cling peaches peas 303 size pineapple Grapefruit drink fruit cocktail sos Cream style Corn 303 in 4s i 6s51 2 la. Blue Bonnet Margarine Kee Biers chocolate drop cookies swifts Brookfield butter or i la. I la. Bog hot mince Rie Apple Cherry Straw Berry rhubarb barbeque Chicken. $1.29 4,. H.00 45 59< 69< re a. I Lulu cd dope thursdays amp fridays till 9 . School Street Market funds for further study of a proposed flood Wall Extension along the roaring Branch River in Bennington have been included in the Public works appropriation recently approved by Congress according to a Telegram received by Bennington selectmen from Vermont sen. George d. Aiken. According to Aiken s wire $15,000 has been included in the appropriation for a preliminary engineering study of the project. The flood Wall Extension of and when it goes up would protect Low lying lands along the River which include the site of the soon to be built it. Anthony Union High school. Selectmen in cooperation with the Union school Board had the help of sen. Aiken in getting the necessary planning appropriation approved. Selectmen have also reported boy Safe Albuquerque . Up a two year old Jimmy hand was hospitalized in a fair conditions a today after spending a night lost in a snowstorm in the Manzano mountains Southwest of Here. Jimmy was found sunday by members of a 400-Man search party. He had wandered away from his parents or. And mrs. William hand m of Albuquerque saturday afternoon while gathering Pinion nuts. That they have received word from the Vermont water resources Board that the Vermont tissue paper co. Inc. Has submitted to the Board the names of several engineering firms one of which will be engaged by the company to prepare plans for facilities to Deal with pollutants presently being discharged by the company a Plant into the Walloomsac River. The web will first approve one or More of the firms and the company will then have plans for treatment facilities prepared for submission to the Board. In its order issued earlier this year the web set nov. 15 As the deadline by which the company is supposed to submit the plans. The effluent now going into the River contains Fine Clay particles and paper fibres from its tissue producing process. Weekend special Kaz Vaporizer St retail special-548�. Special in m la n e n n n in a frosts pharmacy Ujj z Tai. 2.5980 North St. Bennington limn Ai better than Sunshine a Leif Ciric clothes dryer Stop in today Central Vermont Public service corp. Where can you see the �?T66 cars the big 3�?�should have built but did no Tau inti of at your Friendly giant killer Friendly crowds Are flocking to Friendly giant killer Headquarters to see the 4 new lines of 66 cars that Challenge the a big 3�?� with Quality built in not added on. And they come out smiling every time. Come join the Friendly bedlam at your american motors rambler dealer Moat the rogue. New dazzle dazzle rambler Yea rambler outperforms every other car in its last. 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