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8 Th Burlington ff Pftt THURSDAY, NOV. 25, IMS Decapping Ceremony 275 Vermont College Freshmen Retire Their Beanies MONTPELIER - In an impressive candlelit ceremony Tuesday night in Alumni Hall, more than 275 Vermont College freshmen officially retired their blue and white beanies as they became members of the junior class. In welcoming the new members to the two - year college for women, Dr. Ralph E. Noble, president of Vermont College, advised them io be ready to find new opportunities and to take on new responsibilities. "Take the opportunity to do 'little good things," " he advised the students, "These are the things which happen every day but which have a cumulative effect that can mean . a great deal." Dr. Noble also expressed (hanks to members of the student body, faculty and administration for promoting the college's new freshman orientation program, now in its second year, Also welcoming the students was Senior Class president Molly M a y o c k of Ingmeadow, Mass. Before the decapping, cere mony at which each member of the senior class removed the beanie from a freshman and wished her good luck, the dean ding, announced winners of the orientation competition awards. Winners of $250 scholarships for the highest individual scholastic averages during the first quarter of the college year were senior Carol Watkins, 1041 Mountain Road, Bloomfield, Conn., and junior Nancy Tuft-erly, 24 Mills Road, Windsor, Conn. In presenting the scholarship certificates to the girls, Dean 0 6 6 9 ft 0 VH'- 4siir S3lUtGS Ilia VSS) the III BOOT! 1 Pi ISf 1 llliii $15$ 7 Wv; y ft ft 1 ! Come see our boot parade . . . it's better than ever! Boots playful or dressy, high or low (and in-between) . . . so warm and becoming, baby, you're glad it's cold outside! Colors TANWAX BRONZANA BLACK Sizes 4-10 Norrow and Medium 30 Church St., UN 4-4735 Open Friday Until 9:00 P.M. It'i good tame to buy FASHION SHOES . . . FROM A FASHION-MINDED STORE Harding notd that Miss Wat-kins won the scholarship in her freshman -year. Turning to Miss Tutherly, he added that her mother was a member of the Vermont College Class of 1943, and her father was a graduate of nearby Norwich University. He also said that two $250 scholarships will be awarded later in the year to members of each class who show the most scholastic improvement from the first quarter to the end of the first semester. The senior class won the in-ter-cLass scholastic competition and Jones Hall was awarded the plaque for having the highest average among freshmen dormitories. Winner of the science award was senior Irene Johnson Newlngton, Conn., and Cynthia Lawrence, Greenwood, Mass., won the mathematics prize. Sharyn Wilkinson, Montpelier was presented a cup for win-nine individual honors in the ' freshman talent show and a 1 singing group composed of Eliz-i abeth Shanholtzer, Nassau, -N. Y. Miss Tutherly, Ruth Furu-holmen, San Francisco, Calif., and Sharon Masseth, Pittsford, N.Y., took place in group competition. In Athletici . Winners of awards in athletic competition held during 'the orientation period Included the following: tennis doubles, Jane Evers, Augusta, Maine, and Roberta Pace, Hamden, Conn.; tennis singles, Laura Cum-mings, Schenectady, N.Y.; inter-dorm volleyball, the team from Bishop - Hatch, composed of Susan Wein, Newton Centre, Mass.; Patricia Moses, White Plains, N.Y.; Eda Jacobs, West Orange, N.J.; Leslie Ann Wilkinson, Snyder, N.Y.; Heather Jones, Laconia, N.H.; Patricia Albofonte, Racine, Wis.; Linda Mahoney, Larchmont, N.Y., and Laura Cummings. Placing second in the tennis doubles competition were Barbara Chandler, Weymouth, Mass.; Elizabeth Ann Laudin, Melrose, Mass.; Susan Fein, Scarsdale, N.Y. was runner-up I 'in singles competition. f! Certificates for Good Students Dean aaraing aiso presented certificates to members of the senior class who attained dean's list averages in the second semester of last year. Frank Chatterton, director of Vermont College music department, played several selections during the program, and the Rev, Donald Howard, chaplain of the college opened the ceremony with a prayer. The recognition night was part of the college's convocation program, scheduled throughout the year by Dorothy M. Collins, dean of admissions. Awards presented at the program were arranged by Richmond A. Young, assistant to Dr. Noble. The annual production of natural gas in Canada, now more than 1,100 billion cubic feet, has doubled within four years. HPW WlFhmb TUP BLR an E 11 11 he- 11 EirifHv imH n 11 unit-. x mm mm mm Wmmm Uk m u u m gjr mm ti f j? -7 , ' A v . S ' 1 Fv Hero Dad's Uniform Mrs. William A. Ferrell, Columbus, Ga., shows husband's uniform to daughter,. Cassia Jean, 4, after learning that Sgt. William A. Ferrell had been killed in Viet Nam battle. 'He did everything for his family, but we were second to the Army said Mrs. Ferrell. (AP Wirephoto) State Wants Look At Irasburg Water MONTPELIER - The Vermont Public Service Board will travel to Irasburg next Tuesday, Nov. 30, to investigate the quality of the water and the service provided by the Irasburg Water Co. to its cus tomers. PSP Chairman Ernest W. Gibson, III, said the hearing A Burlington fr Prtfi CAPITOL BUREAU will be at 10 a.m. in the Irasburg Town Hall. Customers of the water company have not filed a formal petition with the PSB. However, there have been a number of individual complaints. Rates charged by the Young and Emslie Water Co. Inc. to 62 customers on the Barre-Montpelier road, will be examined at a hearing set for Monday, Dec. 6 at the PSB offices here. The Berlin water company Cancer Crusade Poster Girl Licked Disease NEW YORK (AP) - Six years ago a girl from Santa Rosa, Calif., was treated for cancer. Julie Dillard, now 9, is one of 1.4 million Americans cured of cancer. The American Cancer Society has announced Julie is the 1966 poster girl foV the national cancer crusade next April. Julie is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. James Dillard. LAWRENCE LECLAIR, INC. Interior CEDAR CHESTS by LANE 6950 1 'STV' L. k r, Vv v 54 1 U H !, i Vs v MODERN AND COLONIAL STYLING ON DISPLAY f - (? OVER 200 CHAIRS Rockers, Recliners, Swivel Rockers and many other styles & fabrics fo select from From $5995 to $19995 ff ' base Decoration COLONIAL MODERN EM3 LRUJBEKCELECSJ5.2 1 52 Cherry St., Burlington Terms can be arranged 864-6582 862-2744 Brighten your rooms with LAMPS Table and Floor to suit any peroid. from $1595 Lamp, end and coffee TABLES from 2495 Governor Winthrop solid rock maple. Full Colonial A desk that will compliment any room. 7450 Others from 49.50 Wide Assortment of Wall Plaques, Mirrors, and Sconcies for any room setting. Decorated or undecorated. From $1295 TO $7500 We invite you to see our collection of floor lamps, draperies in all periods. Especially priced. TAILORMADE Draperies and Slipcovers in a wide selection of patterns and designs. EARLY AMERICAN Bed Room and Dining Room Furniture by Hey-wood Wakefield. BIGELOWRUGS 14 colors in each range Priced from 8" to 12" a square yard including in stallation. Approx. 5 days delivery. was given a temporary rate hike this year by 'the PSB, so that flat rates to home customers are $30 annually; to public buildings, $50 annually; and metered rates for commercial establishments, 30 cents per cubic foot for the first 10,000 feet; 20 cents for the next 15,000 cubic feet; 15 cents for the next 25,000 cubic feet; 12 cents for the next 50,000 cubic feet; and 10 cents for all water over 100,000 cubic feet. A hearing scheduled Tuesday in the petition for the sale of the Crystal Spring Water System of East Montpelier by Raymond L. C 0 p-ping to Paul R. and Mary P. Andrews of East Montpelier, and Edward C. and Ruth G. Andrews Sr. of Plainfield, was canceled. It was canceled after the Andrews indicated they were no longer interested in purchase of the system. Planned Parenthood Inaugurates Telephone Referral Service At a program last week sponsored by the Planned Parenthood Association of Vermont Inc., Mrs. Naomi Gray, field director of Planned ParenthoodWorld Population, stressed the continuing need of low income families for family the establishment of a telephone referral service. Information concerning contraceptive services available in the Burlington area may be obtained by calling UN 2-9706 or by writing to Planned Parenthood, P.O. Box 2014, South Burlington, said State President planning services. While a Planned Parenthood: Mrs. George W. Welsh. Clinic is not yet in operation inj About 90 per cent of the Vermont, an attempt to meet world's grapefruit is grown in local needs is being made with I the United States. Service Notes ; Douglas L. Titus, son of Mr, and Mrs. Leon Titus of Charlotte, has enlisted in the Coast Guard and has been transferred to the Coast Guard Re' ceiving Center at Cape May, N.J., where he will undergo nine weeks of recruit training. He is a graduate of Vergennes Union High School. " Read "the Free Press Want Ad pages daily for big bargains 1 ' Good thitiRS come m Beverly Pearl packages . Our Pure Wool Shaker -by Darlene Skiing, skating or just for the outdoor life, our Shaker knit is the perfect go-with-everything fully fashioned too. White, black, midnight blue 34 to 40 12L 1 Charge it: Open your charge account -either 30 day or 90 day extended terms. They Do Sell nice -things at. 7 aeven 61 Church St. , 4 l eVen if it 1 t isn't ours! 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