The Times Argus from Barre, Vermont on June 5, 1961 · 7
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The Times Argus from Barre, Vermont · 7

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THE TIMES-ARGUS BARRE-MONTPELIER MONDAY JUNE 5 1961 Seven Capitol Comments Before S 90 (relating to obtaining drugs for which a prescription is required) was read a third time and passed Thursday Rep Walter Kennedy Chelsea opposed a proposed amendment in words approximately as follows: “We trust our physician with our health If instead of following his advice we buy just any drug there’s no point in getting prescriptions "If there is collusion between doctor and druggist there is no better person than the customer to iron that out "If you seek quality you had better pay the price I oppose this amendment" Committees in the House have come to the point not quite recognized by every member of the House where they think measures up for third reading have had all the consideration they need and should be passed or voted down Mostly they should be passed after all this advancement following serious hours of deep study and argument A sample on Thursday was H135 relating to labels on maple products Rep Carl G Scott Montgomery wanted to amend t h e measure to require a statement of locality where the syrup was produced — New York Quebec Vermont After minutes of harangue the vote was a loud NO and the bill passed without amendment dale Bennington noted that the bill did not apply only to his town but to any town where the situation might arise "I have complete confidence in the governor and highway board on this subject” Drysdale said Roque’s amendment was cjefeat-ed Manchester Middlebury V e r-gennes Rutland and Bennington were named as being particularly interested in S 81 It is an act to authorize the state highway board to designate and construct certain sections of state highways as limited access highways Rep John Roque thought t h e board should not be permitted to build such limited-access roads without first having a local vote on it in each municipality concerned Others felt it would defeat the purpose of the measure to tag it with that limitation Rep Edward C Melby Ferris-burg felt the amendment would "throw a monkey wrench into the procedure” Rep Alexander Drys- Wells River Party Honors Mrs Come WELLS RIVER — Twenty-o n e friends feted Mrs Audrey Come at a stork shower Monday evening Hostesses for the party at the Come home were Sylvia Lefebvre 1 1 a Mitchell and Carlene Dunn Gifts were arranged in a crib decorated in pink and blue B Michael Fitzsimons Patrick J Lehy Happy Gift Idea 7220 VC X L1 9i‘ J t96lZ ha1 ‘lull' M i Vfl tyQ&eH nJtU Precious gift! 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Our 1961 Needlecraft Book Over 125 designs for home furnishings for fashions— knit crochet embroider weave sew quilt —toys gifts bazaar items FREE —six designs for popular veil caps Spec 4 Richard Sherwin of West Point and his sister Ann of Burlington were called home by the death of their grandfather Scott Gibson Mr and Mrs Herbert Sherwin and family attended the funeral Thursday at Newbury Center Mrs Mary Booth has returned to Peterboro Ont after two week’s visit with her cousins Mr and Mrs James Thomas Roland Leavitt of Arlington Va called on friends here Monday The Leavitt family lived here about 40 years ago Mrs Elsie Whitney of Albany N Y recently visited her niece Mrs Herbert Sherwin and husband Mrs Whitney was here to attend the funeral of her brother Scott Gibson Mr and Mrs Ernest Lamere of Claremont NH formerly of town were Tuesday visitors here Miss Amy Duren Mrs Charles Morse and Miss Doris Hovey were in Lyndonville Monday The Alumni Banquet will be held Saturday June 17 at the Congregational Church Church School Day will be observed at the church June 4 The sermon will be "The Wonders of God in Our World” Classes are writing prayers compositions and dialogues for the service Prin Carroll Stoughton and Thomas Ketcham attended a science meeting at Goddard College in Plainfield Monday night Mr and Mrs Henry Bergeron i and daughters Barbara and Dodo-thy of Marlboro Mass visited her brother Lawrence Lamarre Sr j Sunday Mr and Mrs Lawrence j Lamarre Jr and son of Groton also called Two Montpelier Youths Receiving Degrees Today At St Michael’s Former Fairlee Resident Active In Calif Education FAIRLEE — Mrs Wilfred L Dennke the former Pat Kenyon daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Walter Kenyon who lived here many years is active with her husband in education in Carpinteria Cailf She was her husband's campaign manager when he was recently re-elected to the five-man school board from a field of 10 candidates Both have been active in the Carpinteria Exchange Student Committee and sponsored students from Germany Italy and Denmark Their aim now is to send two students abroad Her husband is fund chairman Roy Long Returns To Warren Home WARREN — Roy Long was dis-charged Monday from Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington Mr and Mrs Van Ohman and Mrs Florence Wentzel of Worcester Mass were recent guests of Mr and Mrs Cloise Robinson Mrs Robinson and her mother Mrs Wentzel are here for an indefinite stay Mr and Mrs Y P Brundin of New York City are at their summer home Mr and Mrs Donald Pearce and family have moved to Plainfield Mr and Mrs Clifton Pearce and three children of Greensboro Bend spent Sunday at the Roger Downs home Mrs Madge O'Ryan and son Joseph of New York City are at their summer home Mr and Mrs Ronald Barton and son Lewis of East Calais called on his aunt Mrs H 1 e n Blake Monday The body of Fred Leno of Pittsfield Mass was brought here for burial Saturday Mrs Lyle Cota Mrs Peter Brooks and Miss Suzanne Sutherland attended a stork shower for Mrs Terry Healey in Rochester Sunday Two From Area Return After Navy Cruise Two area men both in the Navy have returned to Norfolk Va following a six-month tour to South America and Africa aboard the dock landing ship USS hermitage They are Richard P Herring radioman second class son of Mr and Mrs Lucius E Herring Elm Street Montpelier and Cecil F Berno engineman second class son of Mr and Mrs Forrest D Berno of Waterbury CASH? Jusf-say Me mortfi The minute you want money phone for READY-CASH from Beneficial Get the cash you want when you want it Get READY-CASH from Beneficial It’s the instant way to clean up left-over bills buy the things you need do the things you want Phone today! “You’re the boss” at Beneficial Loans J20 to $600 — Loans life-insured at low cost 182 NORTH MAIN STREET 2nd FI BARR Phone: GRanite 6-3103 Ask for the YES MANager OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL 8 PM leant modi to rosidonti of all wrroundmg town A subsidiary of BENEFICIAL— FINANCE CO O St BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO WINOOSKI PARK-B Michael Fitzsimons and Patrick J Leahy both of Montpelier will be among the 191 seniors to receive bachelor’s degrees from St Michael's College today at its 58th commencement in Burlington's Memorial Auditorium Michael W McCarthy Manhas-set N Y chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner and Smith Inc world’s largest investment firm will be the commencement speaker The Most Rev James J Na-vagh bishop of Ogdensburg was the baccalaureate speaker Sunday Sen George D Aiken of Vermont and Rep Edward P Boland of Springfield Mass and t h e speakers will receive honor ary doctorates in law Presiding will be the Most Rev Robert F Joyce bishop of Burlington Fitzsimons is the son of Mr and Mrs Bernard Fitzsimons 9 Summer St and a graduate of St Michael’s High School Montpelier At St Michael’s College he concentrated in English was secretary-treasurer of the Mystic Knights representative to the student council a dean's list student on the editorial board and columnist for The Michaelman a member of WSSE the Outing Club NFCCS on the staft of The Shield co-chairman of special events for Junior weekend vice president of the Young Republicans Club and participated in interclass tennis Fitzsimons will enter advertising in New York Leahy is the son of Mr and Mrs Howard Leahy 136 State St and a graduate of St Michael’s High School in Montpelier While in college Leahy concentrated in government was on the staff of The Shield a member of the NFCCS the Knights of Columbus Glee Club Pre-Law Society Politics Club radio station WSSE and was active in the ROTC Rifle Team and the varsity rifle team After graduation he plans to do graduate work in law Waits River Mrs Mary Andross returned home Wednesday evening after visiting her sister and husband Mr and Mrs Warren Martin in Pier-mont N H Mr and Mrs Gene Tomlinson of Newbury called on Mr and Mrs H L Tomlinson Monday Mr and Mrs Jo Martine of Essex Jet Miss Joan Schwartz of Long Island Mr and Mrs Deane Page of Grotpn called on Mr and Mrs H L Tomlinson Tuesday Mr and Mrs Ernest Lock of Bradford called on Mrs Gertie Bell Batten at the home of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Batten Monday Mr and Mrs Erwin Batten of Belmont Mass visited Mr and Mrs Kenneth Batten and Mrs Gertie Bell Batten also Arthur and Hale White at the camp at Groton Lake Mrs Catherine Bliss and friend Mrs Bertha Crocker of Plymouth Mass are at the Bliss home for the summer Mr and Mrs William Tillotson recently called on Harry Downing a patient at the Veterans Hospital in White River Jet Family Budgets Discussed Seven Busy Bees and Miss Mary Burbank Chelsea Home Demonstration agent enjoyed a dessert luncheon at Mrs William W Godfrey’s in West Fairlee Wednesday afternoon Mrs Ralph Colby president led the Homemaker’s Creed and Prayer for Peace "Family Account Book Procedures" was discussed and Miss Burbank conducted a quiz relative to the subject Miss Burbank distributed a Home Economics leaflet containing recommended budget methods Plans to attend the state meeting at Burlington were discussed and Mrs Godfrey secretary Mrs Colby president and Mrs Gordon George of Ely expect to attend June 13 the club will meet at Mrs Francis O’Brien’s cousins Nancy Jan and Craig Walker Mr and Mrs Gardner Walker came for their children Tuesday Mr and Mrs Henry G Scruggs and his sister Mrs Ethel Scruggs Daniels visited Mr and Mrs Paul Scruggs In Woodsville Friday1 Wednesday Mr and Mrs Scruggs took Mrs Daniels who had been their guest for eight days to White River Jet from where she went to East Falmouth on the Cape Dr Jean Henderson who spent the winter in Tucson Ariz has returned and is with her mother Mrs A C Henderson and sister on Dame Hill Orford Mr and Mrs Raymond Allen of Hartford Conn have arrived at Ding Hoa Lake Morey for the summer Mr and Mrs Brooks Low of Philadelphia have been at Heron Hollow Lake Morey for a week Gil Low Pete Holland and Larry Holden of Dartmouth College are at Pine Lodge Lake Morey Shirley Fay and Nancy Farn-ham report the primary room went for a walk Monday to see wild flowers and had lunch outdoors Friday the entire school presented Walter Snow the music instructor the History of Fairlee as a surprise farewell gift Snow is returning to Maine 'ill Award Seven Honorary Degrees June 1 1 BURLINGTON-The University of Vermont will confer honorary degrees upon seven persons at the 157th commencement exercises on June 11 f Those being honored include Sen Norris Cotton of New Hampshire who will deliver the Commencement address and Maurice Friedman professor of philosophy at Sarah Lawrence College the Baccalaureate speaker Other recipients are Julius Ru-del general director of the New York City Opera Co William D Hassett Northfield author Dorothy Collins assistant dean at Vermont College William C Fels president of Bennington College and Donald A Gannon vice president of Stop and Shop Inc who is a UVM graduate class of 1925 and a former trustee of 'the university Rumney School Presented Flag Denise and Joel Walker of Barre were three day guests of their Citizens of the Bahama islands of San Salvador aren’t fishing as much since the United States established a missile-tracking station there American personnel of the station are enthusiastic spear fishermen and are happy to sell their catches East Corinth Airman Will Serve Six Months In Iceland ! EAST CORINTH — AT-2 Joseph Longo son of Mr and Mrs Louis Longo left Tuesday with his flight ! squadron for Iceland He will serve there for the next six months with the U S Naval Air Force Mutuel betting records kept by the Delaware Steeplechase and Race Association for 1960 show that 8688 per cent of each dollar wagered was returned to the public Mrs Harold Parker and M r s Marie Cavalier attended the fu- neral service for George Slack in Newbury Monday afternoon Miss Gail Johnson accompanied her class at Lyndon Institute to the Granby Zoo in Canada Wednesday Mrs John Eaton of Bradford was a guest Thursday of her daughter and family Mr and Mrs Robert Sweet Mrs Eugene Eastman was admitted to Barre City Hospital Friday Mrs W Edwin Fehrs and daugh ter Laura Jane of Armonk NY arrived by plane Tuesday evening to visit her parents Sen and Mrs Lawrence Jackman Mr and Mrs Elmer Johnston of Rouses Point N Y were overnight guests Friday of their daughter Mrs Harry Holland and family Miss Mary Anne Holland returned to Rouses Point for a week's visit with her grandparents Mr and Mrs Harry Hoi land were in Boston Wednesday and Thursday on business Their younger daughter Judy stayed with her grandparents Mr and Mrs Bert Holland Mr and Mrs D B Wright of I Concord N H called Tuesday on her sister Miss Vetha Holland and ! her brother Bert Holland and family Herman Clark Groton Farmer Injured In Fall GROTON — Herman Clark local dairy farmer fell recently fixing a fence His foot caught on a stubble branch He injured his left arm cutting the muscles and ligaments which necessitated 10 stitches SHADY RILL — In a Memorial Day program the Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War Auxiliary presented a flag to the Rumney School Making the presents-' Mon speech was Mrs Bessie Persons past president Mrs Edna Ladd principal accepted the flag Others of the auxiliary pre s e n t were Mrs Jennie Hemond Mrs Velda Porter Mrs Lena Roya Mrs Henrietta Pierce and Mrs Minnie James all past department presidents and Mrs Riue Dubois chaplain of Auxiliary 7 of Montpelier A memorial program was held with Grades 1-2 singing "There Are Many Flags” Grades 3-4 gave daughter of Starksboro and Mr and Mrs Seth Eastman of Woodsville N H were Tuesday visitors of Mr and Mrs Walter Main and family Mr and Mrs Sewell Page and J Donna of South Newbury were Thursday night supper guests of Mr and Mrs Lyle Edwards and I family They were also callers of his father Burns Page and Mr and Mrs Elmer Page and family Mr and Mrs Wendell Legare of Hartford Conn were Tuesday callers in town Miss Ardell Vance was in Barre Thursday Trooper Newell Freer spent Wednesday night with his mother Mrs Linnie Freer Mrs Susie Bartlett accompanied by Miss Pearl Keenan were in Plainfield last week at the former's home Tuesday callers of Mrs Olive Crown were Mr and Mrs William Crown of West Barnet Her brother Orlo Meteall of Peacham also spent the weekend with his sister Mrs Crown The St Johnsbury regional book-wagon will be at the library Monday June 12 Past due books must be returned Mrs Donald Wetmore and twin daughters of Woodsville N H spent Thursday afternoon with her I parents Mr and Mrs Vern Frost i Sr Mr and Mrs Lloyd Stearns and a special rendition of the flag sa-lute and singing Grades 7-8 gave the Gettysburg Address and four students Gloria Murray Susan and Cheryl Winters and Frances Lillie played marches on their saxophones Grades 5-6 reproduced a tomb of the Unknown Soldier with Carl French in Army attire standing guard A wreath was placed on the grave and ghosts of the Civil World War I and World War II appeared to tell how they died and what price our country paid in men and money for each war A field of crosses and poppies representing Flanders was shown with two girls repeating “In Flanders Fields” A skit “Memory Day” was given by several students Diana Plante an eighth grader entertained with some of her tap-dance routines Mr and Mrs Burton Berno of Northfield spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Margaret Wall There will be a dedication and open house at the Rumney Memorial School June 12 at 8 pm There will be guest speakers T NO NEED TO HURRY If you are unable to make a deposit during regular banking hours our night depository is available for use at any hour day or night Ask about the special letter slot which can be used for important or confidential papers Montpelier Savings Bank & Trust Company The Old Bank On The Corner Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatioh VERMONT SHOPPING CENTER Barre-Montpelier Road i mm NANETTE STEALS THE SCENE AT GRADUATION IN Put your tittle foot right out into the great wide world! Our new Nanette Original graduation pumps are destined to glide beautifully through your entire summer social whirl V-throat or round throat High medium or jet heel Only 399 499 tf: Smart as any thriftier than mostt ENDICOTT JOHNSON MERIT SHOE COMPANY INC 151 N Main Street Barre — 67 Main Street Montpelier Early week -r MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY First National Stores GROUND Warm weather time that's the time for tasty hamburgers so tempting for indoor or outdoor barbecue meals Save time save money serve that warm weather favorite - hamburgers ALL WEEK SPECIAL! SLICED — Mildly Smoked Lean Sugar Cured Armour Star bacon :: (Wt Reswv the Right to Limit Quantities) NATIONAL 0 I

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