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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 2, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 6-Bennington Banner Friday april 2, 1965 Arlington Helene Thompson a 373-2325 although to still looks like Winter Spring moving has begun. Or. And mrs. Thomas b. Man Gan have moved from town to the Condon apartment in West Arlington or. And mrs. Paul Bohne and Small daughter Jill have rented the former Thomas Delaney Home on . 7 and or. And mrs. Stone have taken Over the apartment formerly occupied by the Maugans. Judy Pike daughter of or. And mrs. George Pike and Cheryl Blair daughter of or. And mrs. Edgar Blair both students at Ulm spent this week with their parents. Miners Gulf service is 1 South St. Bennington dial 442-9868 y v v Sunkist so oranges Indian River Pink Grapefruit no. I potatoes �1w3, Brandy distil. Frs co. N y c. To prot Coronet Esq Brandy smooths any drink in the House versatile Coronet Esq makes 32 different mixed drinks and improves every one of them for new enjoyment mix with Coronet a Sqq Only the taste is costly save 800 on the new half gallon size half gallon 10 fifth $4 pint s2 15 40 85 Coronet Esq the prize winning Brandy i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a it to Vermont diocese takes title to 17-acre property for new Catholic Church at Manchester Center site for new Manchester Church announcement has been made of the Sale of 17 acres plus a House and outbuildings by or. And mrs. Eugene v. Kayatta to the roman Catholic diocese of Vermont inc. In making the announcement the Rev. Donald c. Kelly pastor of St. Paul s Church said he was hopeful that occupancy could be made by 1966. The property is located on Vermont 11-30 at Manchester Center. Photo Otis old edifice St. Paul a roman Catholic Church on Seminary Avenue in Manchester Village built in 1896, is expected to be put on the Market along with a 13-room rectory following completion of a new Church on property recently purchased at Manchester Center by the roman Catholic diocese of Vermont inc. By Nancy h. Otis Manchester a roman catholics Here can look Forward to a new Church which is hopefully expected to be ready for services of worship in 1966, according to the Rev. Donald c. Kelly pastor of St. Paul a Church. Father Kelly said negotiations have been completed for acres of land a House to serve As a rectory and other outbuildings on Bonnet Street Vermont 11-30, at Manchester Center. The property has been owned by or. And mrs. Eugene v. Kayatta. In announcing the land Transfer from the Kayatta to the roman Catholic diocese of Vermont inc., father Kelly said no plans were definite yet for the new Church. He pointed out that the new edifice will have to conform to legislation according to the Vatican Council and that any building specifications must be submitted to a diocesan building commission and then to a diocesan liturgical commission before work can proceed. He added that he was already in Contact with architects. The Kayatta Home will be a rectory for the priest in charge father Kelly said and plans Are also in the making for a Parish Hall. Quot if everything works out All right Well Hope to get going on the building program As soon As father Kelly noted that a local committee had helped him in the Fellowship to Aid March of dimes Shaftsbury a As Long As birth defects continue the March of dimes will work to find the cause and cure. Mrs. Fred Stacy local chairman for March of dimes announces that members of the meth con youth Fellowship will be calling on residents of the Village sunday evening and each solicitor will be wearing a badge saying Quot teens Are proud to help the March of Many have no doubt already mailed their contributions mrs. Stacy says but this will give those who neglected to do so or simply forgot an Opportunity to donate to this organization which is doing so much work to combat birth defects. Search for suitable property. In cd used in the group were Walters Clemons George l. Markey and b. J. Connell. The priest indicated that he would not be leaving his Franklin Avenue rectory to move into the Bonnet Street House until the entire project is completed. Quot after we get into the new Church the old property including the Church will be for Sale a he said. Father Kelly pointed out that More room is needed for teaching the children of his Parish. He said that it was generally Felt in the expansion program that a new building would be preferable to continual renovation of the smaller Church. Quot Manchester is going to grow a he stressed. Quot Only 25 families in the Parish come from the Village and 90 per cent have to come up Here from Manchester Center and father Kelly has made temporary changes in the present edifice in keeping with the new Liturgy but he notes that growth in the size of his congregations especially during ski season makes the need for larger quarters imperative. He has had an Quot auxiliary Chapel set up in the basement of the Church to take care of Quot overflow worshippers during certain times of the year. The new location selected by the Church lies on the East Side of the Highway going out of Manchester Center. In the 1880s a Western approach to the Manchester fair grounds passed through the property which was then owned by the Batten kill Valley Industrial society operators of the fair. Fair goers entered the grounds through the barn leaving carriages on the outside and horses within. The House itself was occupied by or. And mrs. Almon Smith and mrs. Smith rented rooms and provided dinners for persons going to the fair. The present Entrance to the fair grounds lies about a Block North. Following occupancy by the Smiths the House was purchased by or. And mrs. Fred Stone of Dorset who Farmed the property. Mrs. Stone sold it to the Kayatta in 1960. The new Church will have been preceded Only by St. Paul son Seminary Avenue As an official dict Tycus that the new englander restaurants rally room is now open be the first in your group to enjoy an evening in our recently expanded dining room new englander restaurant North Bennington re. 4 42-631 1 in in for the finest Brake work replacement of worn Brake shoes or Brake Cylinder repair use Only the Best tic Kukic factory authorized parts Chevrolet Cadillac inc a after we sell we serve99 239 main St., Bennington �?o24 hour towing service99 edifice for Catholic worship in Manchester. It is difficult to establish when the mass was first offered Here As Vermont was originally under the diocese of Boston. The Rev. John d. Daley who is believed to have been the first to celebrate the mass in the Bennington county court House at Manchester Village began to care for missions in Southern Vermont in 1837. In 1868 the Rev. T. J. Gaffney became Parish priest at Dorset and Arlington taking charge of missions Here. Later Between 1890 and 1896, the Rev. Frederick Paquet travelled from Arlington to Manchester to assume charge of the Parish. The first Catholic families Here As a Rule attended mass in East Dorset the Center for All catholics living Between Rutland Manchester Jackie Breen 362-2259 town clerk Clara May hem Enway addressed the regular meeting of the rotary club tuesday at the worthy inn. Her talk entitled a from the Cradle to the grave a covered the duties of her office. David Newton of the Burr and Burton Seminary faculty is attending a meeting of the new England classical association at the Hotchkiss school Lakeville Conn. He will return to his Home ii. Windham saturday after the Thiee Day session. Accompanying two students from brr and Burton Seminary Margaret Phillips of Dorset and Lynda Beattie to the citizenship conference yesterday and today is William Bell of Shaftsbury a faculty member. Ban concert the Manchester school band under the direction of Napoleon Ianni of Rutland will give its annual Spring concert at 8 . Sunday in the elementary school gymnasium. A selection of marches among them the favorite Quot colonel bogey a will be played. Ann Waters will be featured in a drum Solo Quot downfall of Paris a and majorettes Jean Bowen Bernadette Lyon Nelle Ryan and Marcia Wilcox will entertain with a twirling performance. North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 homemade bread hot from the oven Licking Good cake plump cookies baked Beans to suit All tastes a All these and Many other items of lip smacking Good food will be available at the food Sale saturday morning sponsored by the women s Fellowship of the Baptist Church. The Sale will be held at the rain barrel and will Start at to . It a members who forgot to make fudge Friday to be sold at the no Shaft Lions show can still help the cause by making some to be sold at saturday night s performance. Candy should be brought to the Home of mrs. Donald Knapp on school Street for packaging. The West Shaftsbury homemakers Extension club is sponsoring a Public card party monday at 8 . At Mccullough Library Hall. Proceeds from this event will Benefit 4-h Camp Onawa. The Harold Williams family moved this week from school Street to the Vadakin duplex on Sage Street. Mrs. Earl Marsh flew Westward on thursday and will spend the month visiting friends in Portland Ore. And Bennington. That Church was established in 1853. An edifice for local catholics however was being considered As Early As the summer of 1893. In 1896 the Rev. John Dwyer arrived As first resident pastor. He lived in the Home of a parishioner while construction of the Church was being undertaken at the Corner of Seminary and Franklin Avenue. The Cornerstone was Laid by the very Rev. Thomas Lynch vicar general. When the first mass was celebrated in the new Church in september 1896, the Church was called Quot a Beautiful Structure finely in the fall of 1898, a special 13-room rectory was built for father Dwyer on Franklin Avenue next to the Church. The Parish took so much Pride in its accomplishment that by 1907 All indebtedness for both buildings had been completely paid off. The Rev. Bernard Kelly who ministered Here from 1906-1916, carried through an original plan to add an extensive Sacristy for which construction was begun in 1911. The Only other major renovations inside St. Paul a and outside on the grounds have been under the progressive Eye of father Kelly since his arrival Here in 1953. Bennington county educators to speak on District it a panel a number of Bennington county residents will carry out the theme. Quot Pursuit of excellence in education a in a panel discussion at the Bennington county District Pat meeting to be held at the Manchester elementary school next wednesday. With the recent formation of a study committee on a regional High school in the Bennington Rutland District and the Green Light focused on the it. Anthony Union High school in Bennington Pat members and other let erected people from All Over the county Are urged to attend the meeting. Panel speakers have been chosen As representative of school administrators teachers school Board members parents and legislators. Bennington county sen. Robert m. Wilson will make a special trip from Montpelier to participate in the discussion other members of the panel from Bennington will be Paul e. Kirsch assistant superintendent of schools in Bennington mrs. Frederick Wolf As a Pat Parent and Lionel Nowak school Board member from North Bennington a member of the tripartite committee and a professor at Bennington College. Rfcs Board accepts bids i on Parsons Street school Hoosick Falls . A the Hoosick Falls Central school Board of education is accepting bids tor the Purchase of the old Parsons Street school. Upon receiving offers a meeting will be called for the voters of the old Union free school District to approve the Sale. Bids Are being received by John Frier school clerk. The Board approved salary increases averaging 5 per cent for the 40 non instructing personnel of the school to be effective in september. The Pownal Vera Langlais 823-7716 a total of 293 dogs were registered by Pownal owners by the april i deadline. Following this Date a penalty of 50 per cent is added to the regular fee for licensing pets and on May 15 the list of delinquent owners will be turned Over to Martin g. Linger dog Constable for Dis position. Mrs. William Strohmaier has been named chairman in East Pownal for the annual cancer fund drive which will be conducted throughout the month of april. Assisting the chairman will be mrs. Alfred Davis mrs. David Adler mrs. Fred Babcock and mrs. Kenneth Allen. A Green bar school for scouts of troop 47 will be held sunday afternoon at the scout hut starting at 2 with scoutmaster Rolland Roy in charge. Commission meets the first meeting of the commission appointed by the Board of selectmen to plan for a municipal swimming and recreation area was held last night in the town office. Joseph Tornabene was named chairman of the group and several future prospects for recreational develop ment locally were discussed. Attending were Joseph Tornabene mrs. Eurton Peckham mrs. Virginia Pellerin John Armstrong John Black Mer Marcel Langlais and selectmen Arthur George Burton Peckham and a. Coleman Mason. The next meeting of the study group is scheduled for april la at 4 . In the town office. The Hastings and Teal auditing firm of Albany one of four submitting bids has been engaged to audit the school books in keeping with a new Law. Supt. James. H. Beaverson and Board members or. Harry Harrison and Ira Fisk attended the capital area school boards Institute at the state University of new York in Albany thursday. Next week Board members including supt. Beaverson Arthur Smith jr., Ralph Moll and or. Harrison will attend the annual conference of the National school boards association in Boston. Donald r. Shanks principal of the Manchester elementary school mrs. Edna t. Wright Manchester social studies teacher also a member of the tripartite committee and or. Clifford b. Harwood Manchester school Board member Are the other panel members. Eugene v. Kayatta Manchester school Board member will act As Moderator. Registration will be at 5 30 . And a Ham dinner served at 6. Reservations should be made by monday with mrs. Edmund Goodell or mrs. Thomas Martin District director both of Manchester Center. The invocation will be Given by the Rev. Jerome j. Hevey minister of the first congregational Church in Manchester. Those unable to attend the supper Are Welcome to come to the evening session starting at 7 30. Boys and girls clothing and pad Patton shoes for your Spring and easter selections easy terms Fienberg 447 main St. Bennington it. Cars 1961 Chevrolet Cor Vai ii l a k e w of i station a con. Very clean Auto. Trans., r amp ii. S1095 1960 Plymouth fury Hardtop Jet blk., fill Power r amp ii Auto. Trans., tint class. S895 Liggett b0sw0rth sales service North Bennington Rood Bennington it. Mcgregor Mcgregor jackets Adams clothes shop a shoes too free parking in rear of store a nato hmm Mem Quot my. Pm. Quot a a a a the All electric Way in 1 Aan. A n Mam consult your electrician builder or Call your cd office Central Vermont Public service Torp

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