Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Apr 21 1966, Page 10

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 21, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner thursday april 21, 1966 Art Center announces schedule convert unwanted items into Cash with a. Banner classified and Banner classified ads work wonders. People use them to sell household items that Are no longer used but Are too Good to throw away. Other people use them to find lost articles fill rental vacancies make announcements offer a service to others hire help sell a House or do Many other important tasks. Make a list of not needed household items Yov Cor Var fills list of a starter. Ski equipment. Pool tables a sleds toboggans a typewriters. Appliances. Building materials. Workshop tools. Antiques a furniture. Musical instruments. Cameras a toys and pets. Ice fishing outfits then dial 442-2684 til classified and let a Banner classified and turn those unwanted items into Cash Manchester a mrs. Bartlett Arkell chairman of the music committee of the Southern Vermont Art Center announced this week that the Vermont symphony orchestra Alan Carter musical director will open the 1966 music series at the Center july to at 8 30 . Soloist will be Ena Bronsteyn a Young chilean pianist now studying in new York with Claudio Arrau. Miss Bronsteyn is the first recipient of a $500 award from the Claudio Arrau a Southern Vermont Art Center performing fund for Young musicians to help defray the Cost of concert appearances. On july 24 the Ballet Granada starring Estrellita and Raul will appear with a company of Spanish dancers musicians Anda Singer. The Pownal Vera Langlais a 823-7716 mrs. Benjamin l. Powell left wednesday morning by plane for los Angeles Calif to visit her son Benjamin l. Powell or. Mrs. . Grant Pownal Center chairman for the cancer fund drive has announced the addition of another worker miss Judy Kelyer to the roster. Boy scouts of troop 347 will be visiting Homes in All four sections of the Pownal on sunday afternoon conducting the annual Candy drive. Proceeds will assist with summer camping sex Pownal Ite reaches 90th birthday Pownal a a Well known and Well loved life Long resident of the Pownal mrs. Irene d. Mason has reached her 90th birthday. Tuesday evening her Home grand View farm was the scene of a Surprise dinner party to celebrate the occasion. Table Centrepieces were two cakes made by mrs. Charles f. Mar son and mrs. Warren Mason one in the form of a Raspberry Angel and the other a Flower cake decorated with the numbers 90 in a Halo of 90 lighted candles. A special dessert was ice Cream Home made according to a recipe handed Down from Grandfather Anson mar songs Day. The guest of Honor received Many gifts and cards and when the 18 persons present had signed the guest Book she expressed her pleasure with the gathering by saying a i Hope the remaining pages in my Book May be filled with similar future hostesses for the dinner were Gladys Rhoda Ruth Shirley and Jacqueline Mason. Mrs. Mason widow of Frank Mason is Mother of five children a. Daniel Mason Charles f. Mason and Warren Mason of Pownal Frank Mason of Williamstown and the late mrs. Ruth Rall and has several grandchildren and great grandchildren. She takes an Active interest in Community affairs and was present sunday for the deciles Tion ceremonies at the new Solomon Wright Public Library. Lenses. William Frost chairman has announced those help Long with transportation will be or. And mrs. Donald Rogers Marcel a. Langlais c. Nicholas Kokoras Leonard Duval mrs. Charles w. Rounds mrs. William Frost and mrs. Rolland Roy. Plans Call for the group to leave from the scout hut at 2 . North Hen ii Hilton Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 you re missing a real taste treat until you try Barricini chocolates from frosts pharmacy North St. Tel 2-5980 registration and try outs for the no Shaft Arlington Little league will be held saturday at 2 . At the Little league Field on Houghton Street Here. All boys who will be nine years old by aug. I and have not reached their 13th birthday Are eligible. Each boy should be accompanied by a Parent. Friday evening will be family night at the North Bennington congregational Church. Those attending Are asked to come at 6 for supper and to bring either a casserole dish or salad. Beverage and dessert will be furnished. The program will include entertainment and group singing. All Are Welcome. Graduation party everything Points to a memorable evening to Mark the graduation of the last class from North Bennington High school As plans Are shaping up for the graduation night party being planned by parents of the class of 1966. Or. And mrs. John Clawson Are general chairmen and at the latest of a series of planning meetings reports from other chairmen indicated that the party will be most successful. The wrapping of gifts is being handled by mrs. Bernard Knapp and mrs. Henry Buak who will be calling on others for assistance. Arrangements for a Buffet Tobe served by the it. Anthony country club at la . Were reported by mrs. Milton Mackey and mrs. Bernard Whitman reported plans for the breakfast to be served at 4 . By her committee. Entertainment is in the hands of or. And mrs. E. A. Riley and they advised the meeting that an orchestra has been hired and plans Are going ahead for some interesting surprises. Mrs. Carl Fuller Heads the decorations committee and she will be calling on other parents for help. Hosts and hostesses will be receiving Calls soon from or. And mrs. Gerald Harrington requesting them to sign up for two hour Tours of duty during the evening. Finance chairman Ralph Prouty reported he Hopes to have final results from ticket sales by May i. Treasurer Ray Crosier reported a balance of $410.81. The gift chairman reported that Fine co operation has been received from All business people who had been contacted. The following names were added to the list of contributors Dairy Queen a amp a Oak Erwood Golf course first National Bank of North Bennington new englander motor inn Mcdonald Sbarber shop or. J. G. Irons Shea Wood products Bennington potters Farnham and Farnham Century restaurant Harrington s country store and e. L. Nichols. It was noted that some concerns have been contacted and had agreed to mail their contributions these should be sent to Crosier in North Bennington. Or. And mrs. Clawson have expressed appreciation on the part of the parents and class members for the wonderful co operation that has greeted the efforts to make this final party a the Best one the Lake George opera festival will return aug. 7 in Puccini a opera a Madame Butterfly title roles will be Sung by David Lloyd who is also general manager of the company Lila Gage and Robert Paul. Several members of the polyphonic choir of Cardiff Wales were with the group of Welsh singers who performed at the Art Center in 1961. The choir will sing aug. 28 under the direction of Roy Chana. The choir is made up of 28 welshmen All under 30. Plans Are being made to entertain the group in private Homes in the area. Climaxing the series will be Peter Serkin of Marlboro who will give a piano recital sept. 4. It will Mark the first appearance at the Art Center of the Young pianist who is rapidly gaining Fame As soloist. Tickets May be purchased for the five concerts in the series or for single performances and a reservations should be made by calling 362-1405 from to . To 4 . Weekdays. Mrs. Arkell pointed out that the series is made possible by contributions from generous friends of sva. In addition to the music series the Art Center will offer three chamber music concerts and a jazz concert. To the rapidly growing number of chamber music enthusiasts served by the Art Center the return of the Toubman Trio july 31 will be Good news. Elinor Preble will play flute Raymond Toubman oboe and Olivia Toubman cello. Aug. 21 the Gabrielli Trio will perform. The Trio includes members of the Boston symphony orchestra a Alfred Schneider violin Earl Hedberg Viola and Richard Kapuscinski cello. July 17 the quartet from the Bennington composers conference will include Max Pollikoff first violin Sonia Monosoff second violin Luigi tavello Viola and George Finckel cello. Jazz this season will be by the Dukes of Dixieland aug. 13. The Art Center will reopen May 28. Full service banking a Man needs full service banking when he has the responsibility of a Home car and family ,. Get full service at the Vermont Bank and Trust company Bellows Falls Chester Brattleboro Rutland a Bennington Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance corporation Dorset Marchen Skinner 867-4490 miss Joyce Stickney assistant director of Public health nursing in the state department of health met tuesday with members of the Board of trustees of the Dorset nursing association at the Home of mrs. Edith d. Snare. She discussed various aspects of medicare with those present. Miss Stickney is an advisor to Home health services of medicare. Safe at Home with his parents or. And mrs. Charles Gaiotto of North Dorset after six months in Viet Nam is spec. 4 Dens More Gaiotto 23, who served with the first division of army infantry there. He flew Home on the Tiger air lines to san Francisco from there to Boston and then on to North Dorset. He has received his discharge after two years of serving and is now deliberating what to do. One thing he will be doing this sunday however will be to share the Honor of serving As grand marshal of the loyalty Day Parade in Manchester with Leroy Dupree also recently returned from Viet Nam. Home from England mrs. Dennis Roberts drove to Maguire fab . Monday to meet mrs. Roberts daughter mrs. James Christman the former Bertha Payne and her two children. They returned to Dorset tuesday. Mrs. Christman with her children had flown from England where she has been living in Suffolk with her husband who is in the air Force there. She expects to remain Here until her husband returns in 11 months after completing his military service. Asked whether she enjoyed England mrs. Christman replied a not really the weather was always Rainy and the food lacking seasoning was her brother spec. 5 Francis Payne who has been visiting for a week in town left thursday for it. Lewis. Wash. Madkour scentral Market main St. Bennington. It weekend specials Armour Franks amp sausage one la. Pkg. 1.00 Clove Bloom butter la. 654 boiled Ham 77 for Home or farm. Hest buy plumbing and heating Supply co. Red depot St. Bennington it. Dial 442-6308 attention bargain Hunters Thomson manufacturing co. Is offering factory rejects to you on sat., april 23rd, 9 . To 4 . Underwear for boys girls ladies and men. Some Are not mended May be slightly stained but serviceable. Enter through shipping room door on Ben Mont ave

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