Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Apr 21 1966, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 21, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Manchester to receive Ety Channel Manchester a Justin Mueller president of Manchester to corp., said today that the company s to Cable will now carry Channel 17 what the educational television station from Schenectady . Since Channel 17 will represent a sixth Channel on the five Channel Cable system Channel 17 will be carried on Cable 3 daily from 7 la . Cable 3 carries lbs programs As does Cable to so there will be no loss of programs from those who choose to watch lbs rather than Channel 17. Mueller said that a Quot computer like clock Quot has yet to be hooked into the system and warned that switching times Between Cable 3 and 17 May not be exact. I installation of the new switching clock is expected shortly he said. Channel 17 was added to the Cable system As a response to Many requests Mueller declared and added that when the Manchester school system begins to use Etc cooperation with the schools will be provided. The Vermont Etc system when it becomes operational will also be carried on the Cable Mueller said. Hoosick i1 All. Edith Beaumont 686-9103 spec. 5 Kenneth Smith son of or. And mrs. James f. Smith of Bovle Hill Road has completed his three years of military duty with the army As of april 14. During Active duty he spent 13 months in Korea. After spending a week with his parents Here he left today for Hartford Conn. Where he will resume his former position As technician with the Connecticut Highway construction department f riday. Shaftsbury firemen elect officers committees Bennington Banner thursday Prii 21, 190h�?9 Orange news Shaftsbury a at the regular meeting of the fire company last thursday officers for the coming year were elected. They Are fire chief Charles Becker first assistant chief Henry Buak second assistant Wesley bump Captain engine i John Wood lieutenant engine i Almon Wetherell Captain engine 2, Gerald Madison and lieutenant engine 2 Howard Stevens. Also president Arthur Jones vice president Richard Gallant Secretary Ralph Prouty treasurer John Wood and custodian Robert Booth. Elected to the House committee were Gerald Mattson Charlie Becker and Robert Booth membership committee Edward Armstrong Howard Cor by and w Inston Beebe auditors Richard Borden and Gerald mat Tison dance committee Charles Becker Edward Armstrong and Wesley bump and publicity Ralph Prouty. Chief Becker reported he is making a list of All known water sources throughout the Shaftsbury area. He requests that All residents who have any water source on their property that could be used for firefighting to notify the department of the location. This information will be registered in a card file and kept in each fire truck. Paul Harris was presented a 10-year service pin by chief Becker. Robert Booth was appointed to Purchase Flowers to be put on deceased firemen s Graves for memorial Day. At the april 14 meeting of Taconic Grange it was voted to charge $35 for the rental of the Grange Hall and $10 of this amount will be collected at time of rental. Mrs. Merton r. Snow has charge of renting the Hall. It was reported that John Wood has been working on water pipes at the Hall. The youth committee reported a profit of $61.25 on the easter Basket. Taconic Grange went to neighbors night in Manchester april 18. There will be a regional meeting at the local Hall on May 6. Demits were granted to or. And mrs. Fred Humphrey and Hilda and Clarissa Peacock. The next meeting will be april 28 with or. And mrs. Burton Cross or. And mrs. Harold Cross and James Cross on the lunch committee. Hitting the books a six prospective contestants for org by so Little red schoolhouse a All Burr and Burton Semina Quot a students Bend Over the books As they Bone up for their contest with Margaretville . Central High school Friday. Alternates have not yet been picked Only four Are on the panel. Pictured from left Margaret Phillips of Dorset Paul Bullock of Manchester Nancy Carman of Manchester Steve Rosencrantz of Dorset Peter Moore of Winhall and John Finlay of Dorset. Bus bus onto schoolhouse Manchester a six Burr and Burton students Are vying for positions on a team of four to represent the Seminary on Wrob tvs Quot Little red schoolhouse Quot Friday at 7 30 . The Peru Alice Dibble 824-3407 the annual meeting of the Peru fire department will be held tonight at 7 30 at the Peru school. All Are Welcome and urged to attend. Peru school children Are having a Holiday this week. Returned Home from Winter quarters Are mrs. Helgi Mats and or. And mrs. James Neefus from Florida. Or. And mrs. Alden wires re automated . \ bigger buying Power i super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. Pine Crest boarding Kennel. 7 or i Renil Lisl Piner in i on ii Tel. 447-71 19 clip 3 Miles South of Bennington on . 7 so main womb a Hill tiling baskets Iii now open r Nail old barn la i by with t boil Sands a arts. And size Tor Ain or of exciting a or s Bapt bask Vilk inc. Loeut e &4et Stere the Basket barn phone 362-1609 . Route 7 Sunderland Vermont opposite Equinox Skyline drive turned monday from a 10-Day trip including a visit to one of their sons in Rockport mass. And another in Portland Maine. Mrs. Lewis de Schweinitz and her daughter Elizabeth Are visiting her Mother in Milton mass. This week. Trapper High spot of a trip to new York City last weekend taken by mrs. T. R. Dibble with Susan and Tommy or. Was a trek through the fur District where Young Dibble marketed his three Muskrat pelts which he trapped this past Winter. He was offered $3.50 for one Large and two Small Quot rats Quot by two furriers and was urged to come next year with Beaver and Mink. A Happy coincidence during the trip was meeting Cathy Smith a Cousin and a 1965 graduate of Burr and Burton Seminary in Central Park saturday. Also of special interest were the Barnum and Bailey circus and the Bronx zoo. Science fair a Lively science fair took place last week at Peru school with both rooms participating and All grades 1-8. An interested audience of parents attended As Well As asst. Supt. Larson of Chester. Colourful posters drawn and painted by the students covered the blackboard to illustrate their subjects. A wide variety of subjects was briefly covered including in the lower three grades a weather vane thermometer snowflakes and weather Chart in the upper grad3s, Volcano parts of a Bee How seeds travel Salt Snow Cave men peanuts causes of water pollution parts of the Flower beavers Eye and ear animal camouflage earthquakes Newton s Laws of motion yellow fever polarized lenses solar system and reflecting Telescope. Mountain l of us team with two alternates will be selected thursday morning at an informal Assembly in Burr and Burton s gymnasium. The students include seniors Nancy Carman of Manchester Margaret Phillips and Steve Rosencrantz of Dorset and Peter Moore of Winhall Paul Bullock a Junior and John Finlay of Dorset a Sophomore. The Burr and Burton scholars will confront a team from Margaretville . Central High school. Remember you get double triple a a so Blue Stamps every wednesday at grand Union Empire no minimum Purchase necessary Admiral freezers 3 sizes upright 1966 models up to 3 years to pay furniture co. Main St., Bennington it. Dial 442-5346 Leonard a 506 main St. Dial 2-4571 meats list. A. Top Choice Chuck Steak i it \ 59 la. Blade Chuck Boneless s Chuck Cross rib Roll ground Chuck roast roast la. La. La. Carlo bolter to 4-3993 mrs. Gilbert Boyd of Wilmington was surprised and elated monday morning when David Allen of Quot pick a show Quot called her to play the game. Mrs. Boyd said she was so nervous she think straight. But that did no to Stop her from picking the right answers straight Down the line without a miss except for the Jackpot. This was mrs. Boyds first entry in the game and she sent Only two cards. Green Mountain lassies 4-h club of Wilmington will participate in a style show together with the Whitingham Jacksonville 4-h groups at Jacksonville High school wednesday at 7 . The girls will display their aprons Coats shifts and suits made during the Winter months. Missionary life mrs. Lucy Smith of Brattleboro Mother of the Rev. Catherine Wood of Wilmington addressed 17 members of the Baptist evening Guild and ladies Aid society at the Church vestry tuesday night. She spoke of her life As a missionary in China from 1911 1932. Mrs. Smith spoke of a chinese culture Little known Here. Refreshments were served after the meeting. The meeting is slated for May 17 at 8 . At the Home of miss May Carpenter of Brattleboro. An inspection tour of the Baptist Home is planned. Arlington Helene Thompson 375-2325 mrs. Marjorie Canfield and mrs. Sarah Doyle and miss Inez Smith left tuesday on a five Day tour of Washington . 4 plastic riot laundry Basket sure grip handles dish pan rounded Corners bowl set a Trio of Sixes included waste Basket Diamond pattern shoe Box Clear Vinyl Utility pail 10-qt. Site Canvas twill plaid. Plane train or car 24 26 of ii Pullman Pullman at these Low prices you la want a whole set Waterproof Cotton Canvas twill laminated to plastic for Long no Strong Wear. Sturdy wooden Frame. Double stitched protective bumper heavy gauge Zipper goes round 3 sides for easy opening. Cups on Jiffy ceiling fixture Check our Low Price Good looking plastic fixture clips on to Light bulbs up to 150 Watts. Washable assorted pastel colors. Proctor Silex adjustable ironing boards 3 44 Dupont Teflon coated aluminium Fry pans 9 a Quot with non stick Teflon coating on aluminium. 33 i a by household aids easy on or a Spray i starch Spray _ _ Ess 58�?~ i ii Tasy off. Spray oven cleaner 88c a or a w to Ihu �0�r St window Spray 19 easy off window Spray 38c v. All Metal. Sturdy construction full 54&Quot length. Easily adjusts to comfortable sitting position. Y ���3 "27-01. Acro Wax floor Wax 5-lb. Box Para Moth nuggets Fishmann a Mand i Dittl values open daily 9 30 . 5 30 . Fridays 9 30 . 9 00

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