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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 10, 1965, Bennington, Vermont It Bennington Banner Friday september to 1965 distaff candidate of Bald serve state with Shaftsbury interests in mind Shaftsbury a mrs. Wenonah Powsner in announcing her candidacy As a Democrat for representative to the House from District 42, is unopposed for the primary nomination. She will however face Republican Tracy e. Kenyon or. In the contest in november for the districts Lone legislative seat. Mrs. Powsner is the first democratic candidate to run for the office of representative in several years. A i was motivated to seek the candidacy because i strongly believe that the important Job of District representative should not be uncontested a she says. Although mrs. Powsner has not held Public office before she is not unfamiliar with Community service connected positions. Locally she has worked at Putnam memorial Hospital and Bennington College As a registered nurse. She has served seven years on the hot lunch committee for the mrs. Wfnon4h Powsner a District 42 candidate red Brick school Here mainly helping with the buying of food and planning of menus. Salem is super Market j 9 to 9 we4., thurs., Pri. 9 to 6 mon., tues., Sot. Benmore North St. Shopping Plain Bennington a prices Are bom Here.,.raised elsewhere save 100s of dollars a Quot a a available at Oneida Quot a a a a flail &Quot"1 Cru Market 736 main Street she is a member of the league of women voters and the Shaftsbury democratic town committee. Last Christmas she served As Community chairman for placement and entertainment of 20 foreign students who stayed with local families during the holidays. During world War ii mrs. Powsner served in the women a army corps and was assigned to duty at three different hospitals in the country. She attended Geneseo teachers College in Geneseo ., and is a graduate of the Bellevue school of nursing in new York City. Since moving to Vermont and Shaftsbury to years ago she and her husband Michael have been co directors of a children s summer Camp in Shaftsbury called Quot Trumbull they have two children Trisha and David. Powsner teaches at Pine cobble school in Williamstown mass. Mrs. Powsner says she looks Forward to being an Active legislator serving the state with Shaftsbury interests in mind. If elected she also believes it will be important to inform her electorate of state issues affecting their interests. Full House at Hoosick fulls Currul school Hoosick Falls Falls Central school opened tuesday with an enrolment of 1465. Final enrolment figures will be established monday. With an increased enrolment added to that of last year crowded conditions exist throughout the school. Extra chairs have been added to several of the High school classrooms and the elementary Section which will remain overcrowded until the addition now under construction is completed. In the meantime two High school rooms one teachers room and the elementary Library Are being used in addition to the 26 rooms in the elementary Wing for k-6. Because of locker space shortage some students Are required to share lockers with friends until the situation can be remedied. Buses Are loaded to capacity and some bus routes have been changed to meet requirements. Handbooks containing eight pages of information instructions and rules of the school were distributed to each High school student on opening Day. One of the new changes instituted in the system this year is the rotation of class periods with assigned first period classes starting the Day monday second period class beginning the Day tuesday and on to Friday when the fifth period class will begin the Day. This is expected to Benefit students and teachers alike. There is no sixth period. Heritage Homes open House m it vip i saturday and sunday a 4. Sept. La and 12 i to 6 . 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This is a guarantee to it Gnu that there will be no exp pensive surprises along the Way even greater savings available heritage will completely finish your Home o it Gnu a do some of the work yourself and save Eddita rial Dollar no Compromise w Ith Quai it whether you build a $10, or >0,0 1 Herd a Hong you will find Only the top grades of Brand name materials for we want you to to proud of your heritage today and fifty year from n w. See photographs plans and Complete prices for 34 models. See display of Brand name materials and Basic parts. See Many More extras found Only in heritage Homes. Directions turn left on Tim St. Off upper main St. In no. Bennington turn let. Right. 40 Page Book of Homes Erfe at Model a Fry mail Send $1. Heritage can offer you top notch value because of a modern approach to construction. Kraic component Are built in the heritage Plant under Ideal conditions. Heritage Manu facture Only what can be done beat there the component Are then delivered to your lot and swiftly a ambled. The aiding rooting and Fine Interior Foniah work Are completed by local craftsmen. The re Ault a dint motive Home on your lot that a built better Looka better yet Coata Lesa. Building lots available we aae Homes local custom builder Merritt s. Hewitt Harvest Hill development no. Bennington Vermont mde Freene in Manchester National science teachers to hold new England con Ference pedigreed a Spicewood enchanted Nutmeg of Woodford poses proudly with two of her three Pup litter whelped aug. 16. The miniature Schnauzer won companion dog at the Schenectady dog show the Day before. Wolter b nod Ford dog breeder achieves a Vermont first9 Manchester a a number of area educators will take an Active part in the new England regional conference of the National science teachers association scheduled for sept. 23-25 at the Equinox House Here. Banquet speaker on the opening night will be or. Irving Adler of North Bennington who will talk on Quot no sacred cows in or. Adler is a writer teacher and lecturer who is not Only interested in science and mathematics but also in educating the citizen along those lines. He has written More than 40 i tilted nations Day planning session set Peru a one of two United nations Day planning meetings will take place late today at big Bromley according to mrs. Walter h. Stockmayer state . Day chairman. Sponsored by the Vermont Council on world affairs this afternoons meeting will begin at a memorial Reading in the late a dial Steven Woodford a a local Man is raising one of the most popular Small dog Breeds. The miniature Schnauzer is favored by Many dog lovers who have restricted living space or live in zoned residential areas. Raymond Hurley explains that this Friendly Pooch is known for its intelligence willingness to learn and lacks Pugna City or a Hasty temper yet it is fiery enough to Appeal to terrier Loving folks. The Schnauzer stands a maximum of 14 inches High. His coat is hard and wiry Salt and Pepper color or Black and Tan or pure Black which is a rarity much desired by breeders. Recently an All Black litter of three the first in Vermont was whelped out of Spicewood enchanted Nutmeg owned by Hurley. They were sired by a solid Black English import to Vilnius Rodin owned by Anne Eskrigge of Needham mass. At present his parents Are the Only living Black miniature schnauzers in England and Are holding the English Challenge certificate which is equivalent to our Best of Breed. Spicewood is the first Black miniature Schnauzer bom in Vermont out of spice tritons Pep per and spice another of Hurley a Stock. Spice is the Holder of a companion dog degree. Spicewood too won her companion dog degree just one Day before whelping at the aug. 15 Schenectady dog show. The Hurley have been Breeding miniature schnauzers for about three years and raised four litters. Latest addition is an English stud jul Vilnius Royal rogue imported from England who is 4 30 with Honor of son. Dinner program students a full brother terms sire. To the Black lit is at 6, followed by a arranged by african attending the Experiment school of International training at Putney. Anyone interested is invited. The 20th anniversary of the founding of the United nations is oct. 24, and it will be celebrated in almost All parts of the world. The second planning meeting is saturday at the Montpelier tavern motor inn starting at 1 30 . Gov. Philip h. Hoff will attend. The Pownal Vera languid a 823-7716 Arthur e. George chairman of the Board of selectmen has announced that the september allotment of government surplus food has arrived and will be distributed to residents registered in the program saturday from i to 3 . In the town office. Monday at 8 . In the town Hall is the time and place for the Pownal Republican town caucus. Principal order of business will be the election of a town committee followed by the election of a chairman vice chairman Secretary treasurer Cambridge Ruth Bates 677-3421 according to supervising principal George Brown total enrolment for the first Day at Cambridge Central school was 1,212, with an expected increase. This is a gain of about 34 Over last years first Day figures. Village Board meets Cambridge Village Board meeting tuesday evening heard Hugo Hjalmarsen in regard to a Cement sidewalk in front of his House. The superintendent of Public works was directed to go ahead with the work. The Board agreed to sign papers for participation in the state Snow and ice control program. Mrs. Burton Gillis was appointed substitute librarian upon recommendation of the Library Board. One sealed old was received for a used Street sweeper by the Mott Manbeck company inc. Kings of w Dodford w de 25 years Woodford a or. And mrs. Joseph William King of Shelton Conn. And Woodford celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary at their Home Here sunday. To help them celebrate were Gene Nason and Friend and or. And mrs. Arthur Fanton of Shelton or. And mrs. Raymond Harrington and family or. And mrs. Norman Stratton mrs. Lucinda Tripp and daughter Melissa Anne of Bennington mrs. Theda Lee Tripp and family of Lee mass. Lynn Wood and mrs. Ruth Straub of Tupper Lake Was accepted for out of the for $3750. This and will be paid current budget. Or. Donald Presler trustee and atty. Everett Updike will at a later Date present to the Board a detailed report of the visit they made to the Public service commission in regard to the water situation and new fire insurance classifications. A Tariff schedule was obtained from the commission and commission representatives will meet with water works officials at a later Date. Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont 686-91q3 a dance for Junior Nign school students of Hoosick Falls Central school will be held Friday in the school cafeteria from 7 30 to to . Proceeds will Benefit the International Exchange student fund. A dance for senior High school students will be held saturday evening from 8 toll for the Benefit of the year Book. Three local Quot sports were among the to women and men who participated in a spectacular elephant ride when the group mounted the animal and Rode him during the wild animal show Friday evening at the Schaghticoke fair. They included John Delurey Raymond Delurey and Roy hand who were Manning the Delurey sales and service display held at the fair. It has also been Learned that the Trio braved the Ostrich race in which hand was Winner of the second race. Come to the place. Where Good friends get together breakfast luncheon dinner Prince s restaurant closed sunday Bennington Vermont j in. A 1 00 . 71 a main St. I and two delegates to serve on the Bennington county committee. Hoosick Falls Central school resumed classes wednesday with the following North Pownal students enrolled in the High school division John Danforth Laura Langlais seniors Bruce Lingner Junior Barbara Smith Sophomore and James and Patrick Danforth freshmen. Hyland Pratt of South Pownal is a patient at Putnam memorial Hospital. Pratt 86, fell and broke his hip while walking in his Yard tuesday. Fluoride program the topical fluoride dental program sponsored by the Parent teacher group will be conducted in the Pownal town school District september through november. Mrs. K. Hicks registered dental hygienist will be in charge. Teeth Are cleaned and dried followed by the application of sodium fluoride solution which is considered to be a practical method of preventing 40 per cent of tooth decay. Four applications of the solution applied at intervals of two Days to a week Are essential. A tentative starting Date of the program has been set for sept. 15, and permission slips have been issued to parents with the request they be returned to the teachers along with a service fee of $3 for the four treatments. Fall dinner discussed by Falls auxiliary Hoosick Falls .�? the ladles auxiliary of the Hoosick Falls Lodge at elks held its first meeting at the season wednesday night with mrs. Joseph Hayden presiding. Plans were discussed for a past presidents dinner tentatively scheduled for late october. Eight past presidents will preside in the officers chairs and conduct an initiation of new members. It was decided to hold the event on a saturday evening together with a regular monthly social planned by men of the Lodge if it can be arranged. Mrs. William Rourke or. Was named chairman. In other business mrs. Elwin Armstrong chairman reported on the recent initiation dinner served to the men and mrs. Robert Lewsey or. Along with her assistants mrs. Charles Frazier and mrs. Hayden were complimented and thanked for their efforts this summer in redecorating the ladies lounge of the club. Following the meeting refreshments were served by mrs. Albert Reopel mrs. Robert Harrington mrs. Albert Deluca mrs. Raymond Albowicz and mrs. Howard Shaw. Mrs. William Bohmer conducted a Brief program of entertainment. Shaftsbury fran Stacy 442-6324 William f. Allen and daughters Robin and Jill returned to their Home in Bridgeport Conn. Wednesday after spending a Brief visit with his parents or. And mrs. William Allen. Books and has collaborated with his wife in writing More than 25 others. He is consultant for the program for pre College centers of educational services inc. Evan a. Sweetser of Montpelier state consultant in mathematics and science is conference chairman assisted by Don b. Otis registration chairman Foster Aaron audiovisual chairman Burton Brown and Gordon Mcclure exhibits chairmen Ralph Simpson of Bennington High school Tours and George Dean of Spaulding High school Barre publicity. Otis Aaron and Mcclure Are faculty members at Burr and Burton Seminary and Brown la a science teacher at the Manchester elementary school. A highlight of the conference which is co sponsored by the National science teachers association and the Vermont math and science teachers association will be astronomy viewings at the Burr and Burton Seminary a Robert Todd Lincoln Observatory. These will be direct rep. Greene to speak at w Limington caucus Wilmington a at the Republican caucus to be held monday evening at 8 in Grange Hall a discussion of the Republican party and its Workings at town level will be held. Rep. Merrill k. Greene will speak on the recent session of the legislature and what it accomplished. Refreshments will be served and All interested persons Are invited. De by Frederick Mold director of the Fairbanks museum of natural science St. Johnsbury. Other chief speakers will be or. Robert e. Brill administrator of scientific research at the Corning museum of Glass Corning Or. Philip Johnson professor of science education at Cornell University or. Philip Morrison professor of physics at Mit and or. John g. Kemeny chairman of the math dept at Dartmouth College. Leaves sunday Susan Lynn Wolfe daughter of or. And mrs. James Wolfe of North Bennington starts her first year sunday at Green Mountain College. A luncheon and reception for students and parents will Honor More than 400 freshmen. W00iw0kths in the tank Tom in Trot cd smooth fitting f dish a Quot Valu teens and misses enjoy smooth sleek fit from Waist to toe in these specially proportioned All Nylon stretch tights. Great sports in Black Camel or Royal. Choose from Petite average and tall. Affair Hir Tny mod Conn a Nylon tues �59 h pair girls enjoy stretch ability during All their sport and Leisure hours. \00% machine washable Nylon. Black Camel Royal 8 to to. Teens sizes 12 to 14. Toil Prim Tylo Streich tues i pair Nylon. Toddler size fits White Blue red Black Royal. Children a fit 6x. Red Royal Camel Black. Infants fits to 18 Pink Blue White. Tou mounts Worth Mok it w00lw0rths

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