Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Sep 26 1963, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 26, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 76 Beni students see 4henry v9 at Stratford by Sara Pike Beni c at amount seventy six Beni students visited the american Shakespeare festival theater at Stratford conn., on sept. 18. Several parents and faculty members escorted the group who saw the shakespearian production of a Henry an estimated 15 to 20 schools from various Eastern states saw the play. It was interesting to note the various styles of clothing and speech. There were Many interesting things to look at while waiting to View the play. The students browsed through the museum that had costumes and pictures of earlier theater productions. They could also visit the Art museum which had Many and varied types of pictures some abstract and some modern paintings. The students had visitors while eating their lunches outside on the grounds. Swarms of bees bothered the girls and annoyed the boys. Mark Donavan was stung on the Back of the neck by one of the intruders. Tables and chairs have been added to the upper porch. The porch overlooks the picnic area and Long Island sound. Traffic on the Long Island sound consisted of several tugboats pulling freight up and Down the waterway. A several moments of the trip were picked up at the gift shop located in the Art gallery. Freda Betts bought a grecian Bracelet Allison Aja Sheri Zync and Carolyn Hall each bought a string of hand carved wooden beads that were made in India. Sara Pike and Eleanor Johnson both bought rings. Kathy Graham bought a Silver pin shaped like a fish. Miss Eupha Bonham trip Chap Erone purchased a grecian medallion stamped with a Viking ship. Many of the travellers were sorry they had t taken a Little More Money so that they could share in the shopper s spree. The student production next Spring will be adults Lait learn in a reel Iii a a on lop per mrs. Barbara Robbins of the to bin studio announced this week that the 1963 enamelling on Copper classes for Junior High High school students and adults will Start next week and continue through the week of nov. 18. All classes will be held at mrs. Robbins Home on Marilyn Street. Enrolment May be made by calling mrs. Robbins at 2-5024. New kilns Copper shapes and bowls and new colors of enamels have arrived. Hours of the classes Are 3 3g to 5 30 . On monday 7 30 to 10 30 . Tuesday and the same hours on thursday. There is a limit of six to a class so it is expected that classes win be filled soon a Jimmy fund contributions Edward l. Sliver left Bennington Village police chief thanks Daniel Holland for his work during a recent fund raising Campaign sponsored by the Bennington police department for the Jimmy fund which every year contributes to support the children s cancer research foundation. Holland William Warner and Bennington school children succeeded in raising a total of $375 for the fund. Holland is presenting Silver a certified Check for the amount which will be forwarded to the foundation s Hospital in Boston mass., where children from All Over new England Are treated. Bennington s contribution will be announced saturday during a broadcast of the sox baseball game. Amp m Tan , Kio Campit soft vice he a got everything for Home improvement except the Money. That a Why hell make a Low Cost Home improvement loan at the Vermont Bank and Trust company. You should too. The Vermont Bank Ano Trust co. Mum Smial a posit a Taiki cml of Tom a iat to Fox Tuplano mini Niton Milow fails Guisto Rural fire dept. Sale nets $65 a total of $65 was realized from the food Sale sponsored Friday by the Rural fire dept. Auxiliary at the Vermont Gas corp store. Proceeds will go toward the Purchase of chairs and tables for the Beech Street fire station. The auxiliary has previously furnished the Willow Road fire station and now will make an Effort to do the same at the Beech Street location. Chairman of this event was mrs. Marie Turgeon assisted by mrs. Cecile Watson mrs. Grace Hurley and Janet Madison. Another project was held saturday. It was the food Concession at the David Harrington auction on Woodford Road. Mrs. Lillian Rice and mrs. Olive Macau Ley who supervised report that $25 was cleared. A annual league open House seeks new local members the Bennington league of women voters will hold its annual open House at the Home of mrs. Danforth Geer Seminary Lane old Bennington at 8 . Monday. All women interested in Good government Are invited. The league is a National and non partisan organization established in 1920 and now has More than 1,120 local leagues in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. The purpose is to Foster education in citizenship to promote Public discussions of civic reforms and to support needed legislation. The league observes at first hand the Way the town is run and then shares the information Learned. It will gladly assist would be voters who want to know about eligibility new fashions for the cold weather ahead registration or election Laws. The league also makes studies and publishes the results and supplies objective non partisan information regarding candidates so voters May make up their own minds. At present the Bennington league of women voters at the local level is examining the adoption of town and Village fire and safety regulations and is also following the present study of regional planning for Bennington. At the state level it is interested in the problems of reapportionment of the Vermont legislature. The members will continue at the National level their support of the United nations with an evaluation of Means to strengthen that system under present Day conditions. Members support . Foreign policy to promote world economic development. Under the presidency of mrs. L. William Gillette the Bennington league is looking Forward to an interesting and Active 1963-64. Dresses for All occasions starting at 995 ski jackets at Down to Earth prices $12.95 stretch ski pants $17.95 Coats solids a plaids a fur trimmed and fake furs specially priced $2995 t0 $5750 miss Barbara Petrelis of Valentine Street was honoured at a Surprise Farewell party saturday night at the Home of or. And mrs. Roger White of . 2. About 20 co workers and other friends gathered to extend Best wishes. The Honor guest was presented with a purse of Silver dollars. For the past five years miss Petrelis has been associated with Sears Roebuck a co. As manager in Troy n y., and As credit manager in the local office. Bennington Banner thursday september 26, 1963-5 change Means courage state principals told Montpelier a a those who focus on change also must focus on courage Quot or. J. Lloyd Trump associate Secretary of the National association of secondary principals told Vermont High school principals at their annual fall meeting Here monday at the state House. Or. Trump a National authority on High school organization discussed a problems. Faced in organizing a school a problems Are encountered when schools try to improve educational Quality through such changes As better staff utilization team teaching altered use of school time numbers spaces and funds introduction of technical devices curricular modifications and the development of More student responsibility for learning Quot he said. Among problems listed was the departure from the conventional school schedule the need to View time in larger blocks the changing role of the teacher creating and sustaining understanding by parents and students flexibility finding time to plan and prepare materials taking the Long View on the achievement of goals and a Mami Jim a Elm Swift s Premium Chuck boast learning to live and act in a goldfish bowl situation. Other participants in the morning session included education commissioner or. A. John Holden jr., or. Michael Maschkowski and or. Karlene v. Russell. Following a luncheon the Vermont headmasters association held its annual fall meeting. Loan Library Washington apr the Community facilities administration has approved a $12,297 Advance for planning a Public Library in Salem . Where parking is always a Flea Hurt ssi main St. Tender flavorful pot roast la. 43 swifts Premium Chuck Steak All the Best Center cuts at this Low Price la. 59 Swift s Premium Boneless beef roast All solid meat lean tender save 30 a la. La. Salem a super All beef Hamburg Salem a Home made sausage la colonial Brand Franks fresh solid pack oysters Del Monte fruit cocktails Del Monte sliced peaches 3 a can juice 4 Del Monte pineapple Grapefruit Cream Corn 6 tuna is 4 tall cans Del Monte i chunk style minced cans fur trimmed All weather Coats $1 a 95 18 ladies Slacks latest colors and fashions $ 3 95 up sweaters Fine knits or Bulky $ 3 95 up boys1 or girls Sno suits latest styles As $ Low As 7 95 up Coats styled in the British manner with zip out linings or Plain 42 50 to suits outstanding buys deftly tailored with Many outstanding features $39 so to $j5 men s car Coats 22 50 up boys car Coats some pile lined starting at All weather Coats Zipper lining $3250 of $095 up girls jackets Mon Only no charge for credit shoes smart set poll Parrot trim tred easy terms to fit your budget 447 main St. Bennington. It. Dial 2-2451 7?Mogen, Vita ult any move. Toward glowing health Means at least 3 glaces of Fairdale farms milk every Day g/t7n� jut a thai run i Hull Lull i r to m e in b e san i ton Quot

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