Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Apr 1 1965, Page 11

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 1, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Preliminary hearing at Arlington Arlington a about 25 persons met with atty. Hilton h. Dler or. Of Brattleboro monday morning Here to discuss grievances and offer solutions to the Community a water problems. Dler has been appointed by the state to represent Arlington ans and he will take his findings on the water and water rate problems to the Public service commission in Montpelier. On monday he heard discussion of the condition of the water which ranged from comment on Low pressures to the finding of Worms in the water As it flows from the tap. Because of Stormy weather and the attorneys late arrival the meeting occupied most of the morning and Drew a sparse attendance at the Community House. Selectmen Orange r. Baker and Keynith Knapp were present during the information session. On april 21 a Public hearing on a request for increased water rates by the Arlington water co. Will be held at the Community House at to ., according to an announcement from the Public service Board. Arlington dealer honoured 1� to Iii pan Arlington a Sun Oil co. Tuesday night honoured Ralph m. Wyman of main Street Arlington for 15 years of service to motorists As a Sunico dealer. Wyman received suns dealer loyalty award from Caleb l. Hodsdon manager of Sun Oil Albany sales District at a dinner meeting of Sunico dealers at the Gideon Putnam hotel in Saratoga spa. Wyman operates a Hwy Many a Sunico service station on main Street Here. He is a sponsor for the menus town Bowling league. A he is married and has two children John and Arthur. Arlington Helene Thompson 3752325 the Rev. Gerald t. Buckley pastor of St. Margaret Mary a Church has announced that there will be no morning mass Friday at the Church. The evening mass will be As usual at 5 30 with confessions heard beforehand by a holy Cross father. The Arlington Board of selectmen will open bids april 21 for a Concrete slab Bridge to replace he old wooden one Over the roaring Branch in East Arlington. Located next to the supermarket the new 24-foot Bridge will have a 5-foot sidewalk and aluminium railings selectman Keynith Knapp said today. East a r i i ii a to ii Sunderland Amelia Lawrence 3752580 the Enterprise society of Federated Church will hold a production Day meeting april 7 beginning at to Those attending Are asked to bring your own Sandwich. There will be a business meeting at i . Materials and ideas for making of articles for the july Bazaar will be Welcome. The Rev. Mabel t. Winch former pastor of congregational Church for 25 years will have a birthday april 3. Her address is Eastern Star Home Randolph. She has recently undergone surgery but seems to be progressing satisfactorily. The annual meeting of Sunderland schools association will be held monday at town House. Election of officers will take place. Or. And mrs. Paul Wescott have returned from Florida to their Home on the Borough Road. Mrs. Edward von Sitas of Essex Junction has been spending a few Days with her grandmother mrs. . Mattison. The Happy five met recently at the Home of mrs. John Lake to help celebrate mrs. Tom Mattison a birthday. Mrs. Loretta Clark of East Arlington has announced the birth of a grandchild on March <29. The parents Are or. And mrs. Warren Clark of fort Johnson . F Mountain towns Carlo Molter to 4-3993 i j j George Briggs of Jacksonville a former town clerk of Searsburg was admitted to the Putnam memorial Hospital tuesday. Hearing set n residents and property owners a of Searsburg have been informed by the state Highway Board that a Public hearing will be held at a the River Valley schoolhouse May 4, at 2 . J the hearing concerns Resi a dents and property owners along i Vermont 9 Between the end of the present Highway construction to about 0.8 of a mile West of the Wilmington Searsburg town line to consider All objections suggestions and recommendations by interested persons in connection with the proposed Highway project. Bennington Banner thursday april i 1905-11 you be just got to save at. Support your easter Seal Campaign the styles you want for Spring. The prices you want to pay it they were in our discount stocks up to 11.47 misses Spring rain no Shine Coats reversible Poppins Chester Fields bal macans a wanted prints solids in Black beige Olive Willow a sizes 8 to 18 misses cozy Capri Slacks Breezy fresh Spring styles Cotton Sailcloth Oxford cloth Cotton Shantung self Belt permanent stitched crease and Zipper front pocket styles 1/3 below our regular discount Price of whore this a a for boys girls sizes 4 to 14 polished Cotton bouffant full slips adjustable shoulder straps Worth much much More girls sizes 7 to 14 a Spring skirts Dacron Cotton Amel fabric Coachman styles Box Pleat styles All the Spring colors r a s�5 it thl a it is Ayon flan. Ess a Stu 144 menus leather lined custom Quality dress shoes 7m selected leather uppers Black Brown Cordo Many cushioned Heel to toe oxfords or Sli Pons sizes 6/2-12 North Adams always plenty of free parking open daily to to to . Massachusetts

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