Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Apr 14 1965, Page 14

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 14, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 14-Bennington Banner wednesday april 14,1965 Hast Arlington-811 Iuler Lanil Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 the Enterprise society of Federated Church will hold its annual Spring rummage Sale april 23 at Bailey Hall and residents Are asked to note the change or time from i to 7 . Anyone having donations for this Sale is asked to bring them to Bailey Hall april 21, of possible. If transportation is needed for these contributions please Call mrs. Clyde Dunlap a 375-6428. Among children baptized sunday morning by the Rev. Gran Ville Greenwold were Jennifer Bell Wilcox William Bree Boyce Betsey Leah Knapp John Bradley Coley Susan Lyn Wilcox and Donna Marie Wilcox. The Maundy thursday communion service will be by candlelight at 8 . On easter sunday there will be no Church school classes. Instead it is hoped All children will a. Tic Pate in one of the regular services at 9 or la a.m., with Coffee and doughnuts served to the congregation Between these two services a Nursery will be provided for the very Young in the 3-year-Olds classroom at Bailey Hall. Mississippi project recently a group of girls who sew met at Bailey Hall under the guidance of mrs. Granville Greenwold and mrs. Lyle Salter to make Spring dresses for needy families in the Cotton Belt of Mississippi. Mrs. Horst Rodies also helped with patterns and creating interest in the project. Her Appeal in the Banner for help in sewing received some response and in turn interest was shown at a Church Fellowship meeting when word sent out for All interested girls and mothers to gather for a Day of sewing. Cheryl Salter Lee Greenwold Kathy Clayton Paula Squier Sand Dianne Grout came to sew at the Hall while Maryanne Lawrence and tar Rie Graves took Home something to work on. Most of the garments went to one family although the Church did not a adopt Quot this family. Anyone interested in helping is asked to Call mrs. Rodies or mrs. Greenwold for information. Mou ii to in to w n a Carlo Wolter to 4-3993 the arrival of the first Robin of the season is always eventful. We heard about six singing in the Woods sunday. But it Wasny to until evening that we saw one singing jubilantly and sitting on the upmost tip of a slender Young Maple. Although their arrival is about two weeks later than last year their present food Supply is almost nil. have to manage on the Multi Flora Rose hedge berries until a Patch of ground thaws out enough to enable them to pull some Worms up. Seaman apprent. John Morgan son of or. And mrs Henry Morgan of Searsburg left for Oakland Calif. Sunday after spending a two week furlough with his parents. John boarded a plane in Albany nyx from Oakland he will be transported by the coast guard to Honolulu where he will be stationed for the next two years. Or. And mrs. William Brais Ted of Closter n.j., spent their first Spring weekend at their summer Home in Searsburg. Or. And mrs. Walter Krach of Sandgate were visitors at the Home of or. And mrs. Charles Dearcopp of Searsburg thursday. The traches returned recently from Florida where they sold their Winter Home. They re waiting now to move into their new farm Home in Caglesville n.y., where they will become year round residents. Pock table transistor radios featherweight but rugged this All transistor pock table has the sound output you a expect in larger sets. The tuning dial is Large for easy station selection and controls Are grouped for effortless operation. In Black red or White. Complete with Battery Case Power Supply 9v Battery. Size 2<6"w x 4�?�h Ivo $14.95 Bennington garage corp. 324 main dial 2-5496 sup. My super duper s fill your easter Baskel depot Street Bennington it. Warn in i Al tender a delicious a Hilly cooked a easter skinless thankless skinless thankless Ham butt portion it Rath 3 la. Can 5 la. Can Rath Black Hawk canned hams 2.99 4.99 la. La. Red amp White 6 of. Sliced Che Kos. For Betty Crocker cake mixes Devil White yellow 219 of pkg. Dewey a fresh a delicious easter Candy Kosebud a Rano chocolate a hollow 2% of. Peter rabbits 29 foil wrapped tray pack 0f8 tomatoes chocolate marshmallow eggs 29 a a 35�?~ fruit amp nut egg easter banded a 9 of. Pkg. Hershey miniatures 12 of pkg. 6�?T/j of. Pkg. Foiled Coconut Cream eggs easter Jelly eggs 12 of. Pkg. Panned marshmallow eggs 49 29 29 29 its Kwe Bud week Rosebud vegetables Are the pick of the Dewey fresh and delicious. A Rosebud celery0 hearts49c a Rosebud Ipi Sach 29 a 33 rosebuds. 19 Rosebud salad bowl 29 Plush Tov Eister bunnies "79< a. Nabisco cookies a cashews a Choc. Chip a Choc. Almond 2 Kab. 79 sudden Beauty Spray Bot. Red and White cottage cheese i la. Pkg. French a Mustard 9 of. Jar hawaiian punch 3 46 of Ca r. A w yellow White sliced cheese 2

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