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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 13, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 6�?Bennington Banner tuesday april 13, 1965 Manchester Jackie Breen 362-2259 the town clerk s office will close at noon Good Friday and reopen monday. Lost is found when a Canadian trailer truck lost two of its rear wheels while travelling through town recently the first wheel was not found at the time of the Accident. The second however was located near the porch of the Colburn House. According to Village police chief George Hill the first wheel has now also been found. It apparently came off on the curve near the Leonard Tenner residence at Manchester Center he said rolled across the property of Leo Charbonneau and hit one of Douglas Caine a greenhouses smashing two windows before it came to rest. Alice Reilly daughter of mrs. Dorothy Reilly celebrated her fifth birthday with a party saturday at the Home of her grandparents or. And mrs. H. J. Mer Cler of the Barnumville Road. Alice was presented with a Corsage of Pink roses by neighbors or. And mrs. Theodore Cook and mrs. Joan Zollar baked the birthday cake. Young gues included David Elaine and k a Casey Darcy Cherbonneau Ada and Susan Cook Kimberly and Catherine Frost Charlene and Marjorie Harrington Laurie Hathaway Dianna and Judy Johnson Margaret Kilpatrick Cynthia Shanks Sandra Waller Susan Zoufaly and Jeffrey Casey who was also celebrating a birthday his sixth. Sage of swamp acres Clarion of Spring for the family on easy credit terms poll Parrot for children miss w wonderful for ladies Rand for men Fienberg a 447 main St. S Bennington it. Seb1 new big versatile capacity. Another reason you won t be switched from Kitchen Aid dishwasher the All new Imperial designed to let you Load any Way anything you like takes tallest glasses. Trays. Fourteen 12&Quot plates. Deep bowls pots and pans. Cups. Saucers. Silverware. Small items Basket. You also get 7 Cycle push Button selection Van fronts let you match Kitchen decor new exclusive 4 Way Hydro sweep Wash see them at exclusive new Flo thru drying stainless steel Sam guard filters and Many Many More Kitch Enaid advantages Model kid 15 320 Elm Street furniture inc Bennington. Vermont phone 442 5131 want to know what you be been missing by staying away from i be Candle Mill for so i Long 1. We candid 2. Have to Jar for our scented have a new Quot princesses. Very feminine. You seen the dramatic new �?~1 Eagle apothecary an american Eagle spreads across front and Bic k of this new Candle. For patriots. 3. I he Quot Eagle also comes in a taller Jar. For zealots. 4. We have rasp Beith baskets with every thing but raspberries in them. Like easter Flowers candles and butterflies for instance. 5. Of can now buy our own candles Higland in two Quot most asked for colors a bittersweet and Avocado 6. Sparkling Rod geraniums in a Teapot. You la lose your heart to this one. 7. After a 6-month struggle we finally succeeded in smuggling in some More of those cheap Clay Floral taper holders from Switzerland. 8. Everyone from the Boss on up has been having fun making up new arrangements and Eye catchers Vav till the fake Spring Flowers that arrived last week. There Are Bright eyed daisies peeking around every Corner and geraniums hanging from a cry candelabrum. 9. We re not sure what to Call it but we have started a new Quot fun selector or Quot Ideal boxy or whatever. In it we feature 32 new and different fresh ideas for your Homo for gift giving and for just Plain fun. 10. I Ehn too there Are the Robins wedding Bells German teardrops forsythia and even the raspberries that never got into the boxes. So come on Over to the Candle Mill this week and step into Spring. Things have changed around this Dusty old Mill and you re missing some of the fun of springtime if you done to Hie yourself Over and Peak in. Come soon and see this Ever changing Garden of color before some Rich old Hen walks in and buys up All these pretties. Open easter sunday i -5 Candle Mill East Arlington Vermont. Daily 9 5 sundays 2-5 by Carl t. Ramsey Dorset. Our special Robin Ludwig arrived one morning last week shortly after breakfast. Edith cried aloud Quot there a our Ludwig singing in the obviously it was a special Celebration from the top of the Larch to the Southeast. I had to open the front door to get the full volume of this joyous caroling. Like a Little boy i whistled my Best imitation. Just How perfect i done to know. Anyway there was a slight pause in his song with As much As to say Quot of i know you As of old and i came Here first thing to let you know that i appreciate your no he did no to have a number on his leg but i recognized him As our Bird. This was not the first time we had had a rehearsal of this Spring greeting. Always i have a picture of the Bird giving his initial Clarion from his singing limb of the wild Cherry tree a number of years ago. This tree is a dozen Yards South of our cottage. Over Ludwig a head that first occasion Hung a half Moon and with raised head he sent Forth with gusto his Good morning i. Of a could anything be More thrilling to a Bird Lover than the song this morning of Wolfgang our song Sparrow in duet. He must have been affected by the Robins glorification of the creative urge. We had seen Wolfgang for Over a week nervously twitching his tall while at the Peanut butter. Now he was inspired to sing. Yesterday when i called our dear Friend Nicklewhite of Manchester on the phone he immediately launched into a Happy greeting and question. Quot did you hear the geese going Over at to o clock this morning a this indeed was according to Hoyle for by the description i assumed they were following their Well established Fly line through Sandgate notch which adjoins Equinox in a somewhat triangular position to Myrick to the Southeast where they have been frequently re Mountain towns Carlo Wolter to 4-3993 or. And mrs. Joseph Day and their three children of Smyrna ., visited Days Uncle and family or. And mrs. Rudolph Day of Searsburg Friday and saturday. The Joseph Days also visited his grandmother mrs Clara Day. Mrs. Doris Rice and mrs. Marjory Rice of the Searsburg school Board attended the annual meeting of the Windham South West supervisory Union at Wilmington High school Friday. A roast beef dinner preceded the business meeting. Rupert Spencer director of special services of the Board of education was unable to attend. Daniel of Connor of Wilmington was re elected superintendent. Another re election was Fred Whitt an of Whitingham chairman of the Union. Mrs. Betty Wolf of Wilmington was elected new clerk. Business reports were Given by of Connor. Ported by other observers in fall and Spring. Anyone who has heard the Clarion Gaggle of their leaders who Are obviously giving directions to the flock in their triangular formation a 50 in number As reported by Nicklewhite a must experience a sense of the Happy anticipation of their arrival at their old nesting grounds in the North. A of Day before yesterday we had a typical weather breeder sunny and warm. This i fancy must have started a general push of Northern migratory. I started downstream along the South Bank of our Brook to see of i could flush a Woodcock. I was of the opinion that All the signs were Ripe for the Birds arrival and probably i could find the worm probing perforations in the soft humus Banks so typical of this glacial hollow. There was a bit of Snow Bank left in the Lea of the immediate embankment. Slowly with the Aid of my two canes i worked toward the Simmons lot where they had marked with stakes and Cord their pro night at 7 30 . At the masonic posed new House. It was a sunny Temple for Tucker chapter no. Spot and i decided to have a Sun Oes in preparation for in Bath. I sat Down where two re spallation of officers gently Cut Pine Boles were lying All Pat members Are remind together. Here i awaited the pos it meeting tonight at j Sivility of migratory singing in pm at school. The speaker the Upland Field. A haunting Ronald Reeves physical silence pervaded and finally i started Back with the thought of Pat clinic set for babies preschoolers North Bennington a the annual infant and pre school clinic sponsored by the North Bennington Pat will be held april 20, starting at 9 30 a.m., in the North Bennington school gym. Mrs. Bruce Lavigne Pat health chairman has announced that physical examinations will be Given also the initial Dpt immunization series and vacations where required. Mrs. Mad Alyn Green of the Shaftsbury health association will be present at the clinic and or. Dorothy Hager will be the attending physician. Mrs. Lavigne has announced that permission slips for children in the North Bennington kindergarten Are being sent Home Shaftsbury children in the kindergarten May attend the clinic either in North Bennington or later in Shaftsbury. In order to avoid waiting parents of children in the eligible age group Are asked to Call mrs. Bernard Leamy at 2-6720 or mrs. Lavigne at 2-2686 for an appointment North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 there will be a rehearsal to finishing the raking of the Daffodil Beds that had exhausted me in the morning. As i came to the opening to our Western Garden site where a copse of red Osier had pushed through the glacial cobble and made a prominent splash of color suddenly the Thunder of a grouse s wings burst on the air and it flew along the nearby Brook. It made me Happy to think that this Bird had survived the Winter. A week or so previously i had found a collection of droppings at the base of a nearby Pine tree which apparently was a regular roosting spot. While i was not sure whether it was a male or female it was Good to think that we might be treated to a Spring mornings drum beat so typical of this season of the year. One could hear two or three males exchanging amorous puff beats in this general neighbourhood a decade ago. A of in crossing the upper Bridge around the great White Pine or Quot peace tree i was startled by a pair of fresh Deer tracks leading through the Garden. There were still a few hours left in the sunny afternoon. I had completely exhausted myself by yanking at the tangled Tough dead foliage of the siberian Iris that morning. Now i took fresh heart with pocket knife and Rake to clean up the balance of the mess. I had to take off my coat. After i had had a few More pulls and Cut the last Tufts of rotted Iris i decided to Call it a Day and fell into a nearby Rocker. It was Good to see the Pale Green shoots of the daffodils an Inch and a half higher than they had been in the morning poking from the dark Brown Earth. This was a fitting sequel to my Spring Day while the joyous song of a purple Finch rang from the Handrail of our front porch. Education instructor. Palls elks install Hayden Hoosick Falls A installation of officers of the Hoosick Falls Lodge of elks was held saturday evening with j. Joseph Hayden installed As exalted ruler. Other officers seated were Franklin Tate esteemed leading Knight t. Fred Casey esteemed Loyal Knight John Delurey esteemed lecturing Knight Thomas Wysocki Secretary Richard Cuddihy treasurer Edward Laporte inner guard John Bil Lert tiler William Stevens chaplain Charles Frazier Esquire Larry Lassor trustee for five years. A team from the Mechanicville Lodge of elks served on the installing suite. Past District Deputy Leo Fairbanks presented Lassor retiring ruler with a past exalted rulers pin and mrs. Lassor was presented with a dozen roses. A Chicken dinner was served by the ladies auxiliary prior to the installation which was witnessed by the women for the first time in accordance to a new ruling by the grand Lodge which permits the Public to attend. Hoosick palls Edith Beaumont 686-9103 announcement has been received by relatives Here of the birth of a son Kevin Michael on april 7 to or. And mrs. Robert w. Doyle o. Hohage la. Doyle is the son of the late Walter f. Doyle and mrs. Dorothy Doyle and Nephew of or. And mrs. Harold Doyle of River Street. Or. And mrs. Doyle plan to attend the christening in Long Island april 25. Breen career Day at bus among 30 speakers Friday at a career Day for students at Manchester a Burr and Burton Seminary were upper left . Peyrot of Manchester Engineer upper right mrs. Mary d. Torrey of Manchester nurse lower left John Page of Bennington county agricultural agent and lower right mrs. Ann Bovey Beattie cosmetologist or. Eugene Winslow president of Windh am College Putney was keynote speaker. Manchester service brings new sense of brotherhood by Nancy h. Otis Manchester a four local churches brought eastertide and a renewed sense of brotherhood to the Community sunday night As they joined in a Quot lenten service in music that proved thrilling to protestants and catholics participants and congregation alike. The first congregational Church Manchester a largest had standing room Only As it hosted for the first time the interfaith offering of the Community. More than too voices participated nearly All of which Are heard regularly sundays in their own choirs a at St. Paul a roman Catholic the first Baptist Zion episcopal and the congregational. Every voice or heart in the building joined the choristers in their Majestic processional As Quot All glory Laud and Honor resounded through the Church a a marked contrast to the Stark but equally spine tingling silence of the recessional following conclusion of the larger work of the evening sir John Stainer a cantata Quot the Exa tingly directed by mrs. Doris Eastman Rigney of South Dorset Quot the crucifixion a presented by an adult and Young adult group was testimony to hours of rehearsal and marked a High degree of sensitivity to the dramatic work being Sung. Especially noteworthy was the rendering by the entire chorus of the familiar Quot god so loved the world and Quot the Appeal of the crucified a As Well As special portions requiring Tenor and Bass voices Quot Jesus said a father forgive them a and Quot so thou likes thy divine a High Point came during duets Sung by Gordon Hurley Tenor of Zion episcopal Church and Roy w. Barstow Bass of the congregational. Soprano solos Sung by mrs. Constance Jordan were outstanding and the voice of James West Tenor was most pleasing. Other soloists were Kenneth Stacy or. Clifford b. Harwood and Guy Campbell. Half of the service included selections by the Junior choirs of each Church. Each Little troupe Robed in varying colors took its place in the Chancel then Side by Side offered in Masse Quot Hosanna to the son of David a a moment to Rouse the deepest emotions. Eugene v. Kayatta of St. Paul a Church directed. Solo parts in the children a selections were taken by Mary Ella Stannard from St. Paul a and Linda Day and Melanie Otis from the first congregational the latter two Pinch hitting for fellow choir members who were ill. Notable throughout the concert were solos and accompaniment by organists mrs. Orrin Beattie of Zion episcopal Church and mrs. Blanchard Stone of the first congregational. An added treat As he assisted with the postlude was the playing of John Riddle jr., 15, of Bennington. A special guest in the congregation was mrs. Beatrice Powers now of Yarmouth Maine who initiated the idea of annual interfaith concerts in Manchester and was director of the last two. Following the service asocial hour was held during which mrs. Rigney was presented a gift a special cake and an equally proficient of not so dignified rendition by her chorus of Quot Happy birthday to its easy to shop greater our easter sped it cake easter eggs cake bunnies hot Cross buns Manchester merchants no Rush shop As you Are. Pleasant shops easy parking it wow birth i a wedding cae and special orders by Arran Gen eat. Call for regular Home delivery in Bennington Arlington and Manchester. Fiske food shop Manchester Center it. Tel. 802-362-1209 does the grass look Greener on the other Side of the Fence they must use Mil Granite the organic non burning fertilizer wonder Awn Weed killer wonder Awn grass seed Call us for delivery to your door Anthony Lombardy Locke Cooper eclipse Power mowers simplicity tillers a Riding mowers tractors Manchester it. 362-1629 Stop in at electronic service co. Manchester it. 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