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Waterbury Capacity Crowd Sees Gym Show WATERBURY - "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow at Waterbury High School" was the title of the second annual gym show held Thursday evening in the high school gym-n a s 1 u m before a capacity crowd. , Ellis Severance gave the welcome and announced all the events of the evening. A demonstration dance "Ilora Porpor-ri" by the boy and girl students, opened the program. Free exercise demonstrations were presented by sisters, Polly and Pam Sabin and by Ced-ric Tucker. The girls side horse vaulting event involved Polly Sabin, Pam Sabin, Mary Ellen Pickett, Marion Chase, Linda Jacobs and Marcia Thurston. The long horse vaulting event featured Joe Raymond with Roland Therrault, George Clement and Alan Dunster. Trampoline Event One of the favorite events was the trampoline presentation by Chris Joyal, Michael Grecnway and David Gile. Harold Chase as a clown lent a comic routine to the event. The mini-trampoline gave the grade 8 boys an opportunity to show various jumps and vaults. . A novelty number called "Beach Party" featured boys end girls using the mini-trampoline in a series of quick jumps. On the parallel bar, Ray Smith, Alan Dunster and Roland Therrault demonstrated sever-el types of swings and rolls. "Chicken Fat" presented by the 7 and 8 grade girls showed how to exercise to music. Wonders of the human body was the theme of Karen Breen's presentation of Yogi poses. Boys In grade 7 gave a resume of a physical education class led by John Magnus. Flying Tigers Thrill The Flying Tigers thrilled the audience with events on the Swedish Vaulting Box and the mini - tramp. Demonstrating were Joe Raymond, Cedric Tucker, David Gile, Roland Therrault, Ray Smith, Bill Smith, Mike Greenway, Tim Stark, Alan Dunster, George Clement and Phil Tracy. Gifts of appreciation were presented to Miss Nancy Five Motorists Fined in Essex Municipal Court ISLAND POND - Five cases were heard last Monday in Essex Municipal Court, with Judge Harold Kennedy presiding. Norman J. Charest, 21, a laborer from St. Hermengilde, Que., pleaded guilty to driving without a license and operating Canaan Maneely, assistant director of the show and to Coach Henry Huntington, director. Joe Raymond presented the gifts on behalf of the students. Following intermission, an exhibition on the still rings were given by Roland McNeil and Leo Constant. A routine on the balance bean was given by Karen Breen. Three sixth graders did an excellent routine on the beam. Girls demonstrating were Peggy Lamere, Mary Gibson and Donna Irish. Solo routines were presented by Dean-na DunskT and Donna Irish. Lorraine King did a jump rope routine to conclude that portion of the balance beam events. A dance demonstration was given by a group called the "Mixed - Up Mexicans" in appropriate attire. Demonstration of basic skills on the side horse were given by Dennis Merchant and George Clement. High jinks on the high bar were presented by Mike Wood, Roger Grenier and Bill Smith. To the tune of "The Daring Young Man on the Flying Tra peze" Marion Chase, Charles Sayah and Joe Raymond, each did a solo routine on the flying rings. Judo Demonstrated A inovation to this year's show was a judo demonstration featuring Kazuo Ihara of Japan, the school's AFS student. Assisting in the various moves and falls was Roland McNeil. A spectacular tableaux de picting the past his"' try of the high school was presented in trie darkened hall with effective use of colored lights on the silver - painted figures. Sever ance narrated the past history and sporting awards of the school while a girls chorus fur nished a background of music including the school song. Memorial Service Planned A memorial service will be held Thursday at 8 p.m. at a meeting of the American Le gion Auxiliary, Harry N. Cutting Unit 59 in the legion hall. The charter will be draped in mem ory of a recently deceased member, Mrs. Annie J. B. Har vey. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. James Butterfield and her committee. CPA To Sponsor Benefit Court St. Theresa 551, CDA, will sponsor a traveling benefit Saturday beginning at 1 p.m. Mrs. Marjorie Remeny is general chairman assisted by Mrs. Alice Rowland, Mrs. Eleanor Desmaris, Mrs. Adele Yandow, Mrs. Patricia Towne and Mrs. Claire Littlefield. Sugar-on-Snow Party Mrs. Frank Guild was hostess to the Past Matrons Club Wednesday evening at her home in Waterbury Center. Mrs. Ed Whalley, president, conducted a brief business meeting. Sixteen members en joyed the sugar-on-snow party. Mrs. Kathleen Forbes ore- vehicle with defective equip- sentcd a program on Chile, the mcnt. He was fined $25 and costs of $5.10. Serge Yves Dostic, 23, a technician of Coaticook, Que., pleaded guilty to speeding and to a violation of a law of the road at Canaan April 2. He was fined $15 for each count, totaling $30, and court costs of $5.10. William Charles Duhart, 41, a Canadian Air Force man from Trenton, Ont., was charged with ' speeding at Canaan April 21. He pleaded guilty and was fined $15 and costs of $5.10. Hughes Duclos, 21, an electrician from Charny, Que., pleaded guilty to speeding in Canaan April 16. His fine was $15 and costs of $5.10. David Ernest Therrien, 18, of Beechw Falls, with C. F. Maw as guardian ad litem, was charged with speeding at Canaan April 23. It was alleged that he operated a motorcycle in excess of the posted speed limit of 30 miles an hour in the village of Canaan. He pleaded guilty and was fined $20 and costs or $5.10. Two Marshfield Women Complete Medical Course MARSHFIELD - Mrs. John Ennis and Mrs. Mervin Spoon-er were among 22 students connected with Civil Defense work In the state who took part in a two-day course in medical self-help at St. Johnsbury last Saturday and Sunday. They were taught lifesaving techniques in connection with a program of free courses promoted by the state Civil Defense Division of the Department of Public Safety. The program's goal is to provide instruction forone person in each Vermont family in first aid, child care and shelter living in the event the family is faced with a disaster situation where no help is available. ine two Marshfield women will now be available to con duct classes for organizations or interested groups of individ uals. Anyone interested mav call Mrs. John Ennis at 426-3244. country where she taught school. She showed slides and articles from Chile. Mrs. Edgar Jewett will be hostess to the May meeting at wnicn time the new junior past matron will be initiated into the club. Mrs. Wayne Lewis will be in charge of the program. Plainfield Town Recreation Group Discusses Program PLAINFIELD - The Plain- field Town Recreation Commit tee met Sunday afternoon at the home of chairman Mrs. Albina Hamel to discuss plans for the coming year, Kenneth Russell is secretary-treasurer of the committee and newly-elected member this year is Dick Fair of the East Hill Road. Plans for the summer include repair of fireplaces, picnic benches, swings and existing backstop. Estimates will be obtained on setting up the ball field in a different manner and also on building a bandstand at the field, which has been requested by a number of residents. Other meetings of the committee will be arranged as information is obtained and any one interested should contact a member of the committee. It was voted at Town Meeting to allocate $200 to the committee if matched by individual effort. These additional funds have not been raised to date. Accepted as Student Cynthia Burbank, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burbank of Plainfield, has been accepted and will attend the International Summer Session of Phillips Academy at Au-dover, Mass., this summer. This summer program for talented high school students lasts six,! weeks. Cynthia will pursue a course in Russian, She is a sophomore at Marshfield-Plain-field High School. A large part of the expense of this course has been met by a scholarship from Phillips Academy. Homemakers Discuss Safety, Beauty in Home CANAAN Mrs. Perley Fear-on presented .. a program en titled "Home Inventory for Safety and Beauty" at a meet ing Tuesday of the Survivors Club here. Members of the homemakers' group noted that May has been proclaimed "Clean-up Month" in Vermont, and discussed t h e litter problem. Checklists for safety inside and outside the home were marked and discussed, and each member took home skull-and-crossbone markers to pin up at home wherever changes need to be made for safety's sake. Mrs. Guy Wiswell entertain ed the seven members at her home, serving springtime refreshments. During the business session, President Joan Cowan urged members to attend the County Advisory Board's annual meet ing in Island Pond May 2, and the Homemakers Spring Festival in Guildhall May 5. Members who are able to attend the all-day Festival, will take lunches, a friend and an item for the benefit table, as well as any artistic creations they have made during the year which can be displayed with others from the county. , A folksinger and an artist have been invited to attend the Festival for a program to en courage creativity. lona Chapter installs Officers In Bradford BRADFORD - Mrs. Adella South worth was installed worthy matron and the Rev. James H. Bagley worthy patron, of lona Chapter 31, OES at a semipublic installation held Tuesday night in the Masonic hall. Other officers installed were: Mrs. W. Arthur (Frances) Anderson, associate matron; W. Arthur Anderson, associate pa tron; Mrs. Phoebe Welch, conductress; Mrs. Dorothy Humph rey, associate conductress; Mrs. Nancy Perry, secretary; Mrs. Meda Kinehorn, treas urer; Mrs. Edna Cramer, chap lain; Mrs. Helen McLam, marshal; Mrs. Myra Adams, organist; Mrs. Pearl Tyler, Ada; Mrs. Isabel Bagley, Ruth; Mrs. Elizabeth Miller, Esther; Mrs. Meryle Morrill, Martha; Mrs. Cecile Smith, Electra; Mrs. Dorothea Terrill, warder; and W. Howard Smith, sentinel. Officers were installed by Mrs. Nancy Perry, worthy matron; Morris D. Perry, worthy patron; Mrs. Meryle Morrill, chaplain; Mrs. Lois Renfrew, organist; and Mrs. Helen Mc Lam, marshal. Mrs. Elizabeth Miller, a past worthy matron, presided at the opening ceremony in the absence of Mrs. Shirley Godfrey, retiring worthy matron. A buffet lunch was served at the close of the installation by a committee consisting of Mrs. Nancy Perry, Mrs. Lessie Judd, Mrs. Dorothea Terrill and Mrs. Frances Anderson. . Senior Citizens To Meet The Senior Citizens Club will meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the National Guard Armory for its regular meeting and card party. Refreshments will be served. Irasburg Water Cooperative Inc. Is Organized IRASBURG - The Irasburg Water Cooperative Inc. meeting at the Irasburg town hall, recently, elected five members to the Board of Directors. They are Homer S h e 1 1 r a, Harvey Sanville, John Paul La-fleur, Raymond Powers and Dean Kennison. The board then elected as officers, President, Homer Shel- tra; vice president, Harvey Sanville; secretary. Dean Kennison; treasurer, Homer Sheltra. The agreement entered into on Jan. 28, 1966, between H.C. and P. Healey and the Iras burg Water Cooperative Inc was ratified. Peter Benedini, representa tive of the B&B Artesian Well Co. of Montpelier, was present and the board of directors voted to authorize Benedini to drill the artesian wells for the Village of Irasburg. This project will begin soon. fht Burlington Fr tttn A MONDAY, MAY I IN ! ' , few f?i 9- Jb 1 North Troy High Honor Students Are Announced NORTH TROY - Honor students for the class of 1966 have been announced by Prin. Harry Clark. Frederic Phillips is valedictorian; Maxine Morse and George Douglas are cosaluta-torians. Frederic is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Phillips. He is presently class president; . was class j treasurer three ;j years; presi dent or tne national Honor Society; a member of the high school band and chorus. He has also attended the Frederic Northeast Mu sic Festival several years; is president of trie Science Club; a member of the French Club and Rifle Club; active in dra matics and FFA; fire patrol member and a delegate . to Boys State in 1965. He Is an active member of the United Church of Christ. Frederic expects to continue his education at the University of Vermont. George Douglas is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Douglas He is a member of the National Honor Society; a Student Coun cil representative to the State Council for two years. George is a member of both the high school band and chorus; a member of the Science Club and French Club. He is a member and treasurer of the Rifle Club; an FFA member; also on the Fire Patrol. George has attended the Vermont Music Festival one year and the Northeastern Music Festival four years. He expects to continue his education in the fall although plans are not complete. Miss Maxine Morse is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Morse of Jay, Maxine was the delegate to Girls State in 1965; a member of the National Honor Society; production manager of the school paper "The Trojan"; a member of the high school chor us and will participate in the All State Music Festival in Bur lington, Miss Morse is an active 4-H club member and will attend the National 4-H Club Congress in Chicago this fall. She is a member of the United Church of Christ; sings in the choir and teaches in Sunday School. Maxine expects to further her education this fall. End of the Season LAY-AWAY NOW and SAVE! A SMALL DEPOSIT HOLDS YOUR SELECTION 'TIL JUNE 1. CHECK THESE "EXTRA" SAVINGS! mm 9'X9' - 7 FT. CENTER SLEEPS 4 or 5 Nylon screen window in rear Sewn in floor , Zippered nylon screen door Heavy duty willow green tent duck Spring lock Stakes Outcide Aluminum frame Awning poles Ropes w JOT g 4i"l llBfe 1 M i rwM ilimmmMMmil - Ml 1 It ! I St SJT -Manfl Groton WSCS To See iSlides of Far East . GROTON - Lt. Col. John Evans of Roxbury, a retired Methodist Air Force chaplain, will speak at the May meeting of the Groton WSCS at 7:30 D.m. Tuesday in the Methodist Church. He will show slides and speak about his travels and ex periences in the far eastern countries. Morrisville Women Hold Dinner Tonight MORRISVILLE - The Mor risville Woman's Club will hold its last meeting of the season, Monday, commencing with a 6 p.m. buffet at Charlmont Restaurant. Mrs. Thomas Dowd will pre side. Mrs. Bedell Delorme of Es sex Junction, president of the Northwestern District, will be the guest speaker. Mrs. -Adrian West, first vice president, has charge of the music, Brighton Band Spring Concert This Evening ISLAND POND - The Brighton Band, directed by Bernard Kelley, presented its spring concert Saturday at 8 p.m. in Municipal Hall. Sponsored by the Brighton Home and School Association, arrangements were made by Mrs. Winfield Dalley. Proceeds from admission will help defray the co?t of having the band go to Burlington on May 7 to march in the parade at thi All State Music Festival. Waterbury Center Community Church Trustees To Meet WATERBURY CENTER -There will be a special meeting of the trustees of the Communi ty Church at the vestry at 8 p.m. Monday. LAKESIDE 10'xl0'x7'6 SIZE 7 or. orange and sand 72(rf tent twill, sewn in floor, (((( I M two 2x8' screen win- dows with flaps. Dutch (( n ) door type flaps over 3'x3' doors. Outside aluminum frame complete with stakes, poles and ropes. 10'xl4'x8'6 10897 BIG 12x12 DINING CANOPY 997 0 8 ft. center, 6 ft. eave height, complete with ropes, steel stakes, aluminum poles and adjustable center pole. IAAD.N1 HOT 10 ft. x 10 ft. x 7 ft. 6 in. high 9 oz. "real dry blue" fine line twill top. Orange colorfast tent twill. 3 large 22"x30" nylon screen windows, large nylon screen canvas door. 3 reversible brass zippers-one down, two across bottom. SLEEPS 5 or 6. 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