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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 26, 1963, Bennington, VermontWest Hoosick Jean Pine Scott Moseley son of or. And mrs. Paul Moseley is in Sam Aritan Hospital Troy. Or. And mrs. Lisle Cottrell Are visiting relatives in Cort land and Homer. They will also spend a few Days with friends in Wellsville Alfred and Roches Ter. Or. And mrs. Donald Moseley Hoosick Falls United Church fellow skip Day Hoosick Falls family under god with genuine and full participation will be the theme of the May Fellowship Day sponsored by the United Church women of the Hoosick Falls area to be held Friday May 3, at St. Mark s Episco pal Church at 8 . With mrs. Joel Miller As general chair Man. The Rev. Joel Miller Rector of the Church will give the Call to worship and the Benediction otters who will participate Are mrs. John mrs. How Ard Thompson mrs. Clayton Sherman mrs. Rudolph mar shall mrs. Roger Moseley mrs. Gordon Rockwell mrs. Howard Reynolds and mrs. Hugh Morri son. Miss Gertrude Darby will serve As organist and the Epis Copal Church choir will offer an Anthem. Following the worship service a film strip will be shown in the Parish Hall. The film titled United Church women at work will stress Christian social relations. Refreshments will be served at the close with mrs. George Eck Weiler mrs. George Dodge and mrs. Henry Wheeler As hostesses. Participating Are All protes Tant churches of Hoosick Falls Hoosick North Hoosick West Hoosick Buskirk and Eagle Bridge. Mrs. James a. Beaverson is chairman of publicity for the group. By popular demand ii sat. April 27 Tel. 686-9810 and family of Silver Springs md., were recent guests of or. And mrs. Clarence Moseley. Or. And mrs. Charles Moseley and family spent the weekend with them. Mrs. William Pine and Chil Dren and mrs. Lloyd Pine and daughter Barbara visited or. And mrs. Awrence Wenzel and family in Scotia sunday after noon. A supper for All the ladles of the Community sponsored by the United class was held at Fellowship Hall monday evening with mrs. Edward Baker As chair Man. This was followed by a talk on Japan by mrs. Gordon lock Row. Steven Mitchell a former West Hoosick resident died april 20 at Putnam memorial Hospital Bennington. Funeral services were held on tuesday morning from the Leo j. Mahar funeral Home 43 main Street Hoosick Falls and from the Church 01 the immaculate Conception. Interment was in St. Mary s Ceme Tery Hoosick Falls. Or. And mrs. Lloyd Pine at tended the annual antique show and Sale at Seton Hall Troy ., last wednesday night. Hoosick fulls legion dinner Hoosick Falls All is in readiness for the american legion anniversary dinner and party to be held saturday night in the legion rooms. Response to reservations indicate that Many old time members will be present according to Francis j. Murphy commander. A Turkey dinner will be served at followed by dancing and entertainment. A special presentation of a lifetime member ship will be made. According to reports there Are still openings to be filled for the legion baseball team being formed. Interested persons Are asked to leave their name at Don s Barber shop the regular monthly meeting of the legion will be held tues Day april 30 at . When important business matters will be discussed. At the 21 special roast prime of a jus All you can eat 3.95 Complete dinner served 5-9 pm. Arlington Ann Marsh Tel. Do 5-2355 modality to meet an important meeting of the modality of St. Columban s Church will be held monday april 29, 8 ., at the f Isher school. 21 main Street Bennington remember you get double triples c Blue Stamps every wednesday at grand Union Empire no minimum Purchase necessary weekend special 6-transistor radio with magnetic earphones so much for so Little this Fine transistor radio Lias ear phones Battery and a Rich looking cowhide leather carrying Case. Main Street 998 your Money s Worth More at Woolworth s Bennington Vermont fishermen should spread fire danger word Bennington Banner Friday april 26, -1963-7 sgt. Charlie Havis completes of school or. And mrs. Ernest t1lley of Hoosick who were married 25 years ago april 16 in Hoosick Falls were feted by More than 12fi friends and relatives at an open House saturday in the Hoosick Grange Hall. Attendants were Merrill Wager of or Nylon and mrs. Tilley s Sisler mrs. Sherman Cottril of Hoosick Falls. The Tilley s children Are Jane 19, Gary 16, Danny 10 and Holly 8. The Mountain towns pitching Samson opens this weekend. Please do your part and Smokey Bear by helping to prevent Forest Days Sidney b. Davis District Ranger with the Forest service in Manchester Center. I ask that everyone note the prevailing fire danger and explain it to their families and friends and fire danger on the Green Mountain National Forest and elsewhere in the state of ver Mont lie says May increase in the next couple of weeks unless it Rains. Grass and Forest fires Are frequent from Maine to Maryland endangered by High winds and Luck of rain. And this situation includes the Green Mountain Range. Dried out bottomlands says Davis have kept local firemen on the run. Now while the bottomlands Are greening and the Snow is gradually receding from the slopes the fire danger is creeping steadily to higher elevations. If a fire starts on a Steep Hillside it spreads rapidly and cannot be controlled easily before Many acres Are destroyed. And we he adds want to keep our Green mountains the Green Mountain National Forest coordinates closely with the state of Vermont in Forest fire prevention and control. National Forest fire wardens have been informed that no Brush Burn ing permits will be issued be fore May 12, unless it Rains. North Bennington Estabeth Dwyer Tel. 2-4818 Colleen Townsend Evans stars in the film great discovery at the old Stone Church in North Bennington saturday at 7 . Church spokesmen say this film provides Christian answers to the questioning of the film is presented free and is open to the general Public. Refreshments will be served. Barksdale fab Nical set Charlie e. Halls of Penelope tex., has graduated from the second air Force senior noncommissioned officer Academy Here. Sgt. Halls son of mrs. . Parker of Penelope received advanced training in leadership and management. The course included study in military Justice air Force history human relations world affairs and related subjects. Halls a statistical data cup or visor in returning to permanent unit at Mcconnell fab Kan. The sergeant entered the ser vice in 1946. Carlo Wolter Tel to 4-39s3 it s raining Down said and unhappy Robins. In fact the whole Countryside looked like january. The a Mouncer on tuesday nights television weather report. Some areas have Snow. But nobody got very much maybe half an Inch or he must have forgotten to put the six in front of it for at that very moment we measured inches at our place and this morn ing it was seven. Winter is Back on a Busman s Holiday and the Sno plow and Sander had a Field Day. It began to Snow at about 10 . Tuesday and at 10 . Wednesday it was still spitting although the Sun was trying to break through and the tempera Ture had risen from 28 to 40. A flock of evening grosbeaks Hung from the big Maple like Lemons. The Bird feeders were mob scenes of purple finches tree sparrows Chipping spar rows red polls Juncos song sparrows Field sparrows red winged blackbirds chickadees Dawny and hairy woodpeckers cowbirds Grackles and Blue jays District ptas meet May 1 in in. Bennington North Bennington the North Bennington Pat will be Host to Bennington county units at their annual District meeting next wednesday at the North Bennington school. Registration will Start at . Following supper at 6, representatives from the Pat units in the county will give Brief re ports on their past year s activities and discuss Mutual prob lems in a workshop Type session which will be presided Over by District director mrs. Fritz Dill Mann of Manchester. Scott Mahoney of Newbury president of the Vermont con Gress of parents and teachers with Headquarters in Montpelier will be on hand to meet and talk with members of the local units and to report on Pat activities around the state. The meeting should give Bennington county members and newly elected officers an Opportunity to Benefit from others experiences. Local officers and members Are encouraged to attend As Well As members of other Parent groups. All those interested in attending should Contact their local presi Dent or mrs. Biilmann before monday. Pat units and their presidents in the county Are Arlington John Harmon Bennington Elemen tary school or. And mrs. John Miller Bennington High school mrs. Roy Berquist Molly Stark mrs. William Jones or. North Bennington mrs. Charles pars Ley or. Manchester mrs. Thomas Martin and Dorset mrs. Ralph Gleason. West Sandgate Betty Trachte Tel. Drb-2223 or. And mrs. William Harri Man of Waterford ., have been spending a week in Sand Gate at the Home of miss Marie Briggs. Or. Harriman has been gathering material for his Fisher Man s column which appears in in Albany newspaper and mrs. Harriman was resting from her guidance work in the Cohoes High school. Or. And mrs. Edgar Reynolds spent the weekend at their Camp on the Sandgate Road. They had a Busy time restoring their drive Way to Normal after the heavy snows and run off. Or. And mrs. Eugene Pelham spent last weekend in Darlen conn., As guests of their old friends the Carters. They re port warm weather and lots of Flowers Blooming there. Munk danish pastries imported from Denmark 5 varieties newest first in the area Madkour s Central Market peae Fitt established 1947 . Roulo 7 Pownal Center it. 823-7353 opening aturday-april2 specialising in Golden Fried Chicken fresh from our farm Complete dinner a la carte 2.00 bread lovers n this offer can open a new freshness Era for you x a texture. I la give you Crisp new Dollar Bill the details below. Millbrook new Miracle mix bread with this 99 guarantee if after you compare. Millbrook new Miracle mix with a slice of Ordinary bread you Don t agree that Millbrook has a smoother no holes texture write a note explaining Why in your own words. Send it with the wrapper to Maestro Millbrook Box Isa it. Vernon 10, n. Y. And Well Send you a Crisp new Dollar Bill. Limited to adults one to a family and ends june 15th, 1963. How can you lose next time you go shopping get fresher tasting Millbrook new Miracle mix. See for yourself Why Maestro Millbrook makes this offer

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