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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 7, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Woman s world of for a Good nights sleep there Are any number of ways to get a Good night s sleep. You can take nembutal have someone conk you on the head with a length of Lead pipe or hit the bottle until it transports you into oblivion. But since i can t testify personally to the Efficacy of the aforementioned methods i can t very Well write a column about their Worth. However i am an expert on How not to get a Good night s sleep. Enforced insomnia i am familiar with. Every time i announce a tonight i am going to bed and get a Good nights sleep a a something happens to make me out a liar. Perhaps i do go to bed Early. Like during the commercial Between the news and Johnny Carson. . The phone. A Chi. I know you never go to bed Early so i thought id Call and ask about Quot sometimes the phone does not ring for me. It just rings. For someone else. If there is anything More maddening than getting out of bet for a wrong number i Haven to run across it yet. If it Isnit the Telephone its the fire Horn. The Bennington fire Horn defies description. Suffice it to say that it is loud. It is wonderful for arousing firemen. It is equally As efficient As dragging out firemen a wives. If i go to bed at to of clock it is sure to spew its eerie sound Over the Village As soon As i close my eyes. Momentarily i am expecting an offer of a vast sum from the insurance companies in Exchange for my Promise to never get a Good night s sleep. A of if by some quirk of Fate both the Telephone and the fire Horn miss their Cue i can count on the Fly. You know the one. That a right the one i chased around All Day and finally lost. He a had a change of heart and decided to look me up. At 5 . Vav Avrom. He streaks around my head. Zoom. He dive bombs right across the tip of my nose. The last time the Fly looked me up i roused up enough to look around to see what i could grab to launch a counterattack. The Only Magazine Handy was a readers digest on the bedside stand and ill have to admit it w As rather like going after a Bear i. I. Min k vol Al double Thuma it a by k it i wipe or we in Hgt i grand Union Empire i no minimum pure has necessary Reeme fir rid new we it loading manuf it pie.-, retailing sold from $3 9 to it inn no Quot. tutors Sam up to $300. $99. Latest styles As a a magazines All perfect Beautiful Des at i 3 off i Kis Ark Hown my be dress inner re tit i i a a i brides t shops s Man it Rini a is Price in largest collection of bridals wonderful Opportunity for Bride to be. Also latest brides maids a gowns and formals hundreds of satisfied customer. By appointment phone 442-5814 Suzanne Coe w \ l looms a c Koa i be n Kington. \ or most by Jean Wassick with a Cap gun. It is very embarrassing to be outwitted by a Fly. I suspect that he has a thwarted sense of humor. He Carousel around until in a wide awake and then he goes off in a Corner where i can to find him and laughs. I done to know. Maybe that a the Way he makes his living. He Sells tickets to other flies and they All laugh. To last but not least in the Long line of devices Bent on keeping the circles under my eyes Are the kids. The Basic division in the human race is not Between woman and Man or Rich and poor or Saint and sinner. Its Between the parents of Young children and everyone else. It does no to count if you once had Small children. Time has a Way of mercifully dulling the Sharp Edge of reality. You have to have them now and we have. Whatever the disease is that a the opposite of sleeping sickness my kids have it. Especially Between 2 and 5 a in the morning. So consequently have their rapidly aging parents. If i am supposed to be touched and flattered by the love and Devotion that leads them straight to our room and makes our bed their favorite nocturnal stamping ground i am not. At those hours my foggy brain is not capable of being either touched or flattered by any emotion known to Man. As in be been sitting Here typing this in be been trying to think of some Happy note to end on. I think in be found one. I should count my blessings. I complain. At least in be never had a Good nights sleep interrupted by a burglar. Miss Bohne w de to James Garrison or. And mrs. Paul w. Bohne or. Of Harwood Hill have announced the marriage aug. 31 of their daughter Cherry Esther to James Garrison of Burlington. The double ring ceremony was performed at the Home of the brides parents by the Rev. Earl Vincent of Morrisville Uncle of the Bride. The garrisons will make their Home at 24 Loomis St. In Burlington. School louche s Arling ton monday a Spaghetti and meat sauce Peanut butter and Jam sandwiches pineapple milk. Tuesday a beef Stew cheese sandwiches Pear milk. Wednesday a Macaroni salad meat sandwiches Green Beans chocolate pudding milk. Thursday a hog dogo Roll relish Corn applesauce milk. Friday a Tomato soup crackers egg salad sandwiches peach cottage cheese salad milk. Toothy Chicago up a the american dental association says a recent government report shows that More than 51 million americans were drinking fluoridated water As of dec. 31, 1962. Communities with controlled fluoridation at that Date numbered 2,317 with a population of nearly 44 million. More than 4,-000 communities had natural or controlled fluoridation. Miss Ann Esther Carter wed to Gary p. Frost l3ennington Banner saturday september 7, 1963�?3 mrs. Gary p Frost mrs. Louise Thompson by Auris i. Murray to w re this fall Arlington a mrs. James h. Thompson of sugar Bush farm Here has announced her engagement to Francis a. Murray of new Rochelle . Mrs. Thompson is president of the Manchester molding co., which manufactures a line of Early american Pine items nationally known under the name a designed by Louise she is also a lecturer and designer of Floral arrangements and has been Active in Garden clubs in Arlington and Manchester Larchmont and new York ., and has just completed four years As president of the Federated Garden clubs of Vermont. She has been National chairman and member of the executive Board of the National Council of state Garden clubs a member of the Manchester business and professional women a club and Larchmont women a club and the Kwan of country club in Manchester. Or. Murray until recently was vice president and member of the Board of the Powers regulator co., manufacturer of automatic temperature control systems. He is a native of Westchester county ., As was mrs. Thompson until she moved to Vermont. He is a member of the Westchester country club of Rye ., and the Seaview country club Absecon. N.j., and for Many years has maintained a summer Home at the Shore in Lavallette . A fall wedding is planned. Lot of Shine new York up a sales of Sterling Silver Are expected to total $190 million a year by 1965, predicts one executive. John d. Shaw of International Silver said the figure would represent a 31 per cent increase. Miss Grzann w eels Guy c. Neff miss Cecilia Grzanowicz daughter of or. And mrs. Henry a. Grzanowicz of new Hartford n a. And granddaughter of mrs Nellie Dunican of South Stream Road became the Bride of Guy c. Neff in ceremonies aug. 17 at St. John the evangelist Church in Utica . The bridegroom is the son of maj. And mrs. Charles f. Neff of Handsboro miss. The brides maid of Honor was Lier sister miss Mary Elizabeth Grzanowicz. The couple will make their Home in Handsboro miss. The Bride attended Buffalo state teachers College and her husband is a student at the University of Southern Mississippi. Attending the wedding from this area were or. And mrs. Alfred Dunican of Roxbury or. And mrs. Clarence Vadakin of North Bennington mrs. William Stroh Maier and granddaughter Gretchen Strohmaier of Middle Pownal Road mrs. Alden Harwood also of Middle Pownal Road and miss Sheila Pettibone of Pownal. South Lancaster miss Ann Esther Carter daughter of or. And mrs. David g. Carter of Buckland mass., became the Bride last sunday of Gary Preston Frost of South Lancaster and formerly of Bennington son of Gilbert p. Frost of Bennington and mrs. Mackey Frost of Canaan Conn. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. George e. Rice of Rochester ., in the Rochelle p. Kilgore Chapel at Atlantic Union College in South Lancaster. The Church was decorated with White Gladioli and asters in baskets on the platform and vases of Pink rosebuds in window niches. All Flower arrangements were made by the Bride and mrs. Norman Charlestream formerly of Bennington. The soloist at the ceremony Earl Charlestream of Bennington Sang a to perfect escorted by her father the Bride wore a floor length gown of White embroidered silk organza Over taffeta with bouffant skirt High rounded neckline three Quarter length sleeves fitted bodice with pointed Torso in Back and trimmed in front with a Row of Small self covered buttons from neck to dropped Waistline. Her Elbow length veil was of White tulle with a seed Pearl Tiara. She wore Short White gloves and carried a White Bible with an arrangement of Pink rosebuds and trailing Ivy on top. The maid of Honor was miss Dorothea Upson of Cheshire Conn., a Friend of the Bride. Miss Vernetta Butterfield of Rome ., was the bridesmaid. The attendants wore Waltz length Aqua silk organza gowns fashioned like that of the Bride. They carried fall Flower bouquets with streamers Matching their dresses. Frederic Frost of Arlington was Best Man for his brother. Ushers were John Carter of South Lancaster former Bennington Grade school teacher and brother of the Bride Blake and Trenton Frost of South Lancaster formerly of Bennington Brothers of the Groom. The Flower girl was Debbie Hallock daughter of Milton Hal lock of South Lancaster and formerly of Bennington. She wore a White knee length dress with embroidered bodice and Headpiece of daisies. Miss Hallock scattered Pink Rose petals from a White Basket. The Bible boy was Michael Allen Frost son of Frederic Frost of Arlington and Nephew of the Groom. A reception was held on the Lawn of Thayer Hall in South Lancaster. Cookies punch and wedding cake were served. A guest Book was circulated by mrs. Frederic Frost. The Mother of the Bride received in a Royal Blue dubbed silk dress with hat to match and Navy accessories with harmonizing Corsage. The bridegrooms Mother wore a Taupe Leaf patterned fall print Sheath with Brown accessories and harmonizing Corsage. The couple left on a week Long wedding trip through new England. They will live in South Lancaster where both Are students at Atlantic Union College. The Groom is the grandson of mrs. James w. Mackey of Shaftsbury. Miss Linda Ruth Houran wed to Donald e. Harvey Elifia Rietl k la ii Leen Joseph f la hit new Hurley mrs. John j. Whitney of 107 Spring St. Announces the engagement of her daughter Kathleen to Joseph e. Harvey son of the late Joseph w. Harvey of Nottingham Miss Whitney is a graduate of Bennington High school and St. Joseph business College and or. Harvey is a graduate of Nottingham High school and attended the University of new Hampshire. A fall wedding is planned. Miss Linda Ruth Houran daughter of or. And mrs. Charles Houran of 229 Elm St., became the Bride aug. 24 of Donald e. Harvey son of or. And mrs. James Welch of Shaftsbury. The double ring ceremony was performed in St. Peters episcopal Church with the Rev. Donald a. Webster associate Rector officiating. The Church was decorated with Gladioli and carnations for the candlelight service. Given in marriage by her brother William Houran the Bride wore a silk taffeta gown with a Sabrina neckline embroidered with sequins and a bouffant skirt with embroidered sequins Down the front and a Chapel train. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion fell from a Crown of cry Siul and Pearl. She carried a colonial bouquet of White carnations. Mrs. Shirley Maguire a sister of the Bride was Matron of Honor. She wore a Street length dress of Gold Nylon with Matching lace jacket and a Halo Headpiece of Blue carnations. Mrs. Maguire carried a colonial bouquet of Blue carnations. Best Man was Peter Leshane. Ushers were Fred Harvey and William Hurley. A reception was held following the ceremony in the Shaftsbury fire House. Mrs. Donna Bourdon a Cousin of the Bride circulated the guest Book. A sister of the Bride mrs. Jill Hurley served at the punch bowl. A Buffet lunch courage of boy scout keeps him alive during skin grafts for Quot fatal Burns Richmond a. Apr a if Only head complain a said a nurse. A the never wants anything. He cries in silence. No grown Man could Ever have Benny s in a room at Richmond s medical College of Virginia Hospital Benny Tyson 15, Lay in silence thursday. Tears had stained his Cheeks. Old method used to teach foreign wives English los Angeles up a an old but very simple method of English language instruction is in use at the University of Southern California to help the wives of foreign students feel at Home in strange surroundings. The informal program was started by a group of faculty wives headed by mrs. Milton Klo Etzel wife of the graduate school Dean. A half dozen non English speaking wives of students enlisted for the program and mrs. Kloetzel reported they had great Success in learning Basic words of English and adjusting to shopping and social life. The method used is the a each one teach one system devised by Frank Laubach an american order r class rings now. I rom jewellers amp silversmiths 409 main St Bennington it. Missionary who taught English to Jungle people in the philippine islands 30 years ago. The faculty wives who volunteered As teachers attended classes to learn the method. Then they paired off with the students wives a one from Iran two from Egypt and others from South America. A the teachers do not have to learn the foreign language of the Pupil a mrs. Kloetzel said. A the teaching is done with charts and simple drawings and the pupils learn to speak read and write English simultaneously. The charts Are really very effective. The letter Ltd a for example is illustrated with a Bird. The teacher repeats the sound and Points to the Bird. The system is based on the idea that if you hear a thing repeated five times it is yours. From the letter sounds the students Progress to a simple sentence like a this is a Bird and so on through the a the method is fascinating a mrs. Kloetzel said. A person following it will have a Basic speaking and Reading vocabulary of the 800 most used words in the language a enough to read signs and labels on cans and to participate in simple moments earlier he had been wheeled into the room after a second major skin grafting operation to repair damage inflicted when Benny was burned Over most of his body july 22. It was hot and muggy that july morning when Benny went into the backyard of his Winchester Home for Bow and Arrow practice. He coveted a boy scout badge in Archery. Benny had the Day to himself. His parents or. And mrs. Charles Benjamin Tyson sr., were at work. About to ., Beinley shot an Arrow but it missed its Mark and pierced a gasoline can. Gingerly he pulled on the Arrow taking care not to damage the steel tip. Somehow the Point caused a spark. Fumes in the All but empty can exploded. Benny dropped to the ground his clothes in flames. John David Brisco 14, a negro who also is a scout saw what had happened. He pulled off Benny a shirt then carried the White youngster to the Tyson Home and telephoned mrs. Tyson. Emergency treatment was performed at Winchester memorial Hospital. A doctor said Benny must be sent to the Richmond Hospital at once. A but a said mrs. Tyson a the told us there was no Hope for him at by 5 ., Benny was at the Richmond Hospital a 153 Miles away. He had lost most of Anear part of a thumb and had second blot Don t bub Washington up done to try to rub a spot or stain from summer Silks warns the National Institute of dry cleaning. If you rub silk while it is Damp or even garments of part silk the surface fibres Are easily broken or stretched. Blot done to rub a spill. And third degree Burns Over most of his body. But in a week the Good news came Benny would live. A Benny meantime lies perfectly still. The skin grafts Are you make a Wisecrack and Benny will smile. It hurts too much to talk but when he Speaks he tells you a i feel was served. Music was provided by Devenow a orchestra. The brides Mother wore a gown of Pale Blue Chiffon. The Mother of the Groom wore a Blue Paisley print Jersey Sheath. The couple left for a wedding trip to Maine and new Hampshire the Bride travelling in a three piece Brown suit with accessories. Mrs. Harvey attended schools in Bennington. The Groom attended schools in North Bennington and Shaftsbury and served four years in the . Air Force. Out of town guests attended from Massachusetts Connecticut new York and the surrounding area. Boston Flower show to he held Ort. 17-2 i Boston mass. A the most colourful Flower show of the year the annual Harvest and chrysanthemum show of the Massachusetts horticultural society will be held at horticultural Hall 300 Massachusetts ave., Boston from oct. 17 to 20. All the Bountiful Harvest at the end of the growing season a Flowers vegetables and fruits a will be displayed in this Floral event which is a fall highlight for Plant lovers. Emphasis will tie on chrysanthemums. Hardy outdoor types will be shown in attractive Garden settings around patios terraces in Borders and other key Garden areas. Mouth watering will be the tables of naively grown vegetables a tomatoes cucumbers carrots beets cabbages peppers radishes lettuce Leeks onions and others. Fascinating patterns will be created with squares and pumpkins of various sizes and colors. Gourds in variety will also be included. A major feature will be the fruit of the season with stress on new England grown apples. There will be pears and grapes in Quantity also peaches and plums each carefully labelled for visitors to study their characteristics and qualities. Record freshman class enrolled at Middlebury Middlebury a a record freshman class of 385 arrive at the Middlebury College Campus sept. 12 for a four Day orientation program before academic classes open sept. 16. New students who represent 33 states District of Columbia puerto Rico and la foreign countries will meet upper class Counselor and faculty and Greet Middlebury new president or. James Armstrong. The class of 1967 will be greeted by Blue key and mortar Board men and women a Honor societies. Junior Fellows for the men and Junior Counselor for the women will assist in the orientation program and in getting the new arrivals settled. President Armstrong in his first official address since taking Over the reins at Middlebury sept. I will speak to new freshman students at the annual convocation 10 45 . Sunday sept. 15 in Mead memorial Chapel. Freshmen will meet with Dean of women Elizabeth Kelly and Dean of men Thomas Reynolds sept. 12, at Mead memorial Chapel and Wright theater. The Agenda next Day will include testing orientation and group meetings with faculty Counselor. A panel discussion a origins and beginnings a will be held that night at Wright theater. Freshmen men will meet the Roth personnel and women will Register for physical education sections saturday morning. A Mountain club picnic and Outing will tx1 held saturday afternoon at the bread loaf Mountain Campus for the Early arrivals and a dance is planned that night by Blue key and mortar Board. Following convocation will bt1 the presidents reception for new students from 3 30 to 5 45 The College players will provide entertainment that night at the theater. The recent completion of a new language dormitory Allen Hall makes possible the record enrolment. Another addition to the College physical Plant is the Arthur m. Brown Pool scheduled for use this fall. Close to 1,000 upperclassmen will return to Campus Over the weekend to join the freshmen at classes 8 . Monday. Indians paid Muskogee okla. Up All living cherokees who were on the tribal Rolls in 1907 have received their shares of a $12 million supplemental land payment for land bought by the Federal government in 1880. J \ in Xander How Vik and mrs Austin j de in in Sandra Anne Turner Bride of Austin James Debell old Bennington a miss Sandra Anne Turner daughter of or. And mrs. James a. Turner of Beech Street ext., became the Bride of Austin James de Bell son of or. And mrs. Austin h. Debell of 119 Bradford St. In double ring ceremonies at 4 Saturday aug. 31, at the old first Church in old Bennington. The Bride was Given in marriage by her father. The Rev. H. Glenn Payne pastor of the first Baptist Church in Bennington officiated at the candlelight Ere Mony. The organist mrs. John g. Irons or. Played the traditional wedding March and accompanied the soloist mrs. Rupert Young who Sang a i love thee a and a to perfect the Church was decorated with White Gladiola tapered candles in wrought Iron candelabra stood at either Side of the altar. The brides gown was of brocade silk Over taffeta with a fitted Bailee embroidered with seed pearls a Batteau neckline and pointed Long sleeves. The skirt was full with a triple Bustle and softly caught up Pouf Back ending in a Cathedral train. She wore a double Queen Crown of seed pearls and crystals to which was attached a silk illusion bouffant veil. She carried White roses with Green Ivy arranged in Cascade. Miss Gail Ann Horst was the maid of Honor. Other bridesmaids were miss Cindy Jane Stratton miss Dawn Muriel Hunt and miss Martha Jean Wallace. The maids of Honor each wore a silk Satin floor length gown fashioned with Watteau Back. The maid of Honor was attired in mint Green the other bridesmaids in hot Pink baby Blue and Light Turquoise the group presenting a Rainbow of colors. The gown of each was a lighter Shade and the Watteau Back a Darker Shade of each color. Each wore a hat of a Matching Darker Shade decorated with pearls on the veil and carried a bouquet of two toned carnations. Joseph Arthur Cleveland was the bridegrooms Best Man. Ushers were Lawrence Johnson Joseph Michael Vince and Nelson Craig Van. A reception followed at the Williams inn in Williamstown mass., where a Buffet supper was served. The receiving line included the bridal party and the Bride and grooms parents. Miss Virginia Kemmerer took care of the guest Book. The couple left on a honeymoon trip to an undisclosed destination with the Bride dressed Iii a red and White checked Sheath and Light Blue Denim coat Matching red and White accessories and White Pompon Corsage. The Bride attended area schools graduating from Bennington High school this year. The Groom also attended local schools graduating from Bennington High school in 1962. The Bride will join her husband at Keester air Force base miss., where he is completing training in october. He entered the service last september. No Down payment charge it your Way take 30 Days or months to pay 210 North Bennington Road Chuck Bone in North Bennington r d. A ills Bennington it. The treat supreme three Mounds of country fresh Dairy Queen head red High on Chou right a bananas and combined with it it or favorite toppings com n for a trial today triple treat from the Tropia Dairy Queen split be he 35< amp 50< Dairi Queen next to a a w Root Hoer

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