Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Apr 14 1965, Page 13

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 14, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Shaftsbury fran Stacy 442-6524 the regular meeting of the 1-40 club has been postponed due to Good Friday. The next meeting will be held april 30 at the Home of mrs. Chester Denlo. Shaftsbury teens collect for a March Shaftsbury a a total of $58 was realized by the meth con youth Fellowship in its teens March of dimes conducted Here recently it has been announced by mrs. Fred Stacy local chairman. Due to a Lack of workers however it was not possible to visit Homes on Eagle Street or Twitchell Hill mrs. Stacy said. Anyone who was not contacted or not at Home when the Young people called can mall their contribution to her. Members of the youth group who worked on the drive were Sally Barney Linda Dean George Elwell Kathy Farnham Ann Hall Jan Macdonald Gwen Montgomery Laura Pratt and Dave Wickenden. Rehearsal the Murphy Brothers Bob Rock and Bulsons of town Justice of peace William j. Murphy Are pictured rehearsing Friday night for their Western number for the fun a pop inn show to be presented by the Hoosick Falls Lodge of elks Friday and saturday nights april 30 and May i in the Central school auditorium. In the background Are some of the other performers. Photo Beaumont Church to show special film North Bennington a North Bennington Baptist Church has arranged a special treat for Beautiful bathrooms stari w us fixtures a mitc come in and prove to yourself that Quality need not be expensive. A 3-piece bathroom installed. Costs less than you think. Our free estimate can prove it Henri a re Ojni. 113 depot Street dial 2-6343 Bennington. It. Men s dress oxfords Quot. Loafers menus dress socks 95 r \ menus dress pants s6,5�s1095 Ivy or slim style Truval White dress shirts menus dress $3.25 and $3.95 Felt hats $6.95 3f�. 2.05 Short sleeved sport shirts 2.95 fruit of the Loo noon a Hoosick Falls Jaycees seek another physician for town Bennington Banner wednesday april ,1965-13 Hoosick Ada m. Breer 686-7275 Hoosick Falls . A at a Board of directors meeting of the Hoosick Falls chapter of the Junior chamber of Commerce last week it was announced that a four Point works program had been enacted featuring various Community projects. Local a Jaycees Quot have assumed sponsorship of Unicof a worldwide program aimed at helping needy children of All countries. The directors also approved releasing information concerning a project which has been under Way since the chapters inception that of attempting to secure the services of another physician for Hoosick Falls. Richard Fairbanks chairman has been in Contact with several Hospital staffs As Well As members of the Ama and his committee has been working closely with various agencies for the past several weeks. Another task still in the format be stage but with far reaching implications is a Community development Survey. Jaycees Are now setting up a door to door canvass of All Homes Here for delivering a questionnaire relating to what the residents would like to see accomplished in this Community. Following completion and tabulation results will be made Public and presented the Village Board for action. To secure funds the club has arranged to stage a Benefit concert May 22 at the Central school. It will be the first local Public appearance of the Beers family since their appearing on the Johnny Carson to show last summer and in december. Pfc. William Ely returned from Korea and is spending a month with his wife and daughter in Breese hollow. All saints Parish club will meet with or. And mrs. Irving Stevens on monday night. Four homers Klub will meet with or. And mrs. Clarence Hall monday night. There will be a Brush party in All saints Parish Hall on thursday night april 22, sponsored by All saints Guild. The Public is invited. Visitors at the Home of mrs. Harrison j. Philpott last weekend were or. And mrs. Henry Lowry and mrs. Ethel Austin of Wynantskill or. And mrs. John Jenkins and mrs. Kathryn Quigley of Hoosick Falls Herbert Fields of Athol mass., and or. And mrs. George Sigmund. Area residents easter morning when a filmed showing of world famed stained Glass windows will be presented in the Church at 9 45 . Windows to be shown will depict the life of Christ from the annunciation through the ascension. Included Are two types of a Rose windows Quot one 52 inches in diameter installed in St. Andrew s episcopal Church Breckenridge Tex. Another 12 i feet in diameter in the dutch reformed Church in Schenectady . Many windows in the collection May be seen in churches of nearly All denominations throughout new England. A Fine example of the stained Glass Art is a the Good Shepherd Quot to be seen in the newly built Chapel in new England Baptist Hospital Boston. Another a portrait of Jesus Moses and Peter is in St. James Chapel at the . Naval Academy Annapolis my. The Public is invited to the showing easter morning from the Baptist As Well As All other churches. Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont 6869103 both schools of the Village Are closed for easter vacation. St. Mary a Academy closed last Friday and the Central school closed today. Both will reopen april 26. The Rev. Thomas Cook Osa principal of St. Mary a Academy is in Norristown a. This week visiting his parents or. And mrs. Thomas Cook. Next week he will attend the National Catholic education association convention which will be held in new York City All week. Men dress up for easter just Large assortment of new Sty Les shop. Where your clothes Are fitted by an expert tailor a a suits sport Coats a pants a Van ii Busen dress amp sport shirts a Adam hats Shaffer shop 4 75 main St. Next by the theater routes 2 and 7 Williamstown mass. Good cheer Good food visit the longhorn room Steak or roat beef with salad potato garlic bread $2.95 a you la never have it a so Good for a so Little Quot easter sunday dinner reservations now being taken open 6 Days a week a closed mondays Only known for values easter corsages s fret try tit till 9 except sat. Potted Flowers comb idiom Frish Orchid corsages for easter outfits r a Grants makes it easy to give her the most prize of All Flowers at a sensational Low Price. Complete with ribbon gift Box. Easter lilies make perfect seasonal gifts 4 Bloom 2.50 5 Bloom 3.00 6 Bloom 3.50 delicately shaded regally tall heartily fresh symbols of easter. Low Money saving Price makes them easy to buy. Of w i or 1 a a tall Graceful Hardy growing hyacinth plants 3 bulb 6 Inch $ i bulb 790 1.50 choose from Beautiful Pink White or Blue Cluster of color. Dew fresh for lasting loveliness. Perfect for gift giving. 4 bulb 6�?o 2.00 childrens Corsage Carnation and Bunny Rose Carnation wrapped in foil african violets 39< 2�?� pot All varieties roses 6 Inch pot $2.50 Large 6inch pot. $3.50 two carnations assorted Glovinia daffodils geraniums begonias 7 Inch pot 6 Inch pot. 4 Inch pot. 5 Inch pot mums 5 Inch pot 150 6 Inch pot. % i potted tulips in colourful Bud and Bloom 5 bulbs 6&Quot 1.50 0 Ideal easter gift or decoration. Reds Whites or and mixed. Save bulbs for fall. Foil wrapped Container. To bulb 7&Quot 3.50 Graceful healthy Young hydrangeas 2 Bloom 3.00 colourful luxurious blossoms to brighten Home or Garden with the touch of Spring. Make Ideal easter gifts for All your friends. 3 Bloom 3.75 4 to 5 Bloom.5.00 $4.00 $2.00 79< 1.50 Lovely azaleas in a riot of Spring color 5 Inch pot. 1.50 plants profuse with foliage and blossoms from Pale to deep Pink. Heavy Root systems for lasting Beauty with proper care. Svi Inch pot 2.50 6-nd a Ca 6 it Inch pot vow free parking for 100�?Ts of cars North Street next to North Street parking lot Bennington Vermont charge it no Money Down 30 Days or months to pay co vo�7u pc Usu amp a Filby 210 North Benn Inkton Road Bennington it

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