Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Aug 1 1963, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 1, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Hoosick Ada m. Breer Tel. 686-7275 mrs. Wesley Herrington and mrs. Sidney Brownell of Hoosick Falls Are guests of mrs. Eva Woods in Connecticut. Or. And mrs. Jacob Meder and or. And mrs. Thomas Sturges of Troy were recent visitors at the Herrington Home. Mrs. Edward Eldredge of Greenwich and mrs. Dorothy belly of Albany were recent guests of miss Annette l. Mclaughlin. Mrs. Harrison j. Philpott is the guest of mrs. Jessie Tatro for a few Days in Troy. Earl w. Kipp or. Accompanied Richard Guilbault of Green Island to new York City Over the weekend. Harte theatre Bennington it. Phone 2-4990 anti com Tio mag today thru sat. Eve. 6 30 amp 8 40 her att pour him John we the Pownal Vera labial Shaftsbury Manchester club sponsors tour Bennington Banner thursday August i 1963�?7 Field Day several members of the local 4-h clubs will be attending the annual Bennington county 4-h Field Day at Camp Onawa in Sunderland saturday where they will exhibit samples of the project work accomplished during the year. Exhibits must be in place by to . And will be judged according to Quality of workmanship excellent Good and fair. Judging will take place from to to 12. Other events of the Day will include a Chicken Barbecue pie eating contest for youngsters under 7pony rides Floral arrangements Morgan show Home and Garden machinery exhibits Dairy show safety demonstrations races Rabbit exhibits and farm organization exhibits. A special feature this year will be a combined White elephant and food Sale for the Benefit of the Camp improvement fund. An invitation has been extended by the county agent James a. Edger fluoridation Chicago up a tooth decay reduction up to 75 per cent has been reported in Philadelphia school children As a result of seven years of fluoridation reports the american dental association. Sandgate i Marvin mum Mim a a Romero an Foran an dmm $100 Reward for information leading to the recovery of a 5 month old male German Shepherd. Dog is Black and Tan wearing a leather Collar a red rabies tag. Name Duke. Dog is missing from the Sandgate area. Phone 375-2880 or Contact the Bennington county humane society. Adv. August i Bennington priv in i in drive in today thru saturday of. 67. No. Hoosick . Today thru sat. Aug. 3 a Delmer Daves presented by wapl6� Bros Henry Maureen _ a Fonda o Hara wary Cox Mims y Farmer a to to in or re drawl St Kihm is Imp or in. No to i tuft 3 or t pm go a mme and a Hithe on. Of the Day in Pana vision1 and Peter Jane Angela Finch Fonda Lansbury plus Hurt Mem knows no ago us los to ouch k. In a Mem my tar Vaal won no m eff Troa Maraire a. Row Calhoun William Bendix plus the Law and Jack Wade Robert Taylor Richard w id Mark Tel. A 8-7716 ton to the general Public to join in the Field Day fun. Return although no tears were shed it was an evident reluctance at departing combined anticipation of the homeward trip that 85 fresh air youngsters boarded the buses for new York City tuesday noon. There were Many physical evidences of a two weeks Well spent on the part of the six children staying or. The pow Nail and apparent Complete rapport Between hosts and guests. The local program has proved to be a definite Success this year and both the children and their a temporary families Are looking Forward to next summer. Transportation to Bennington was provided by mrs. Gordon Ware mrs. Walter Bartlett mrs. Ronald Paul mrs. John Biondo and mrs. Marcel Langlais town chairman. Rev. James h. Bagley has announced that his topic for sunday will be a not everyone a idea of aug. 9 the Wesleyan class will hold its annual Cook out and picnic meeting at 7 . At the Home of or. And mrs. Charles Mason in South Pownal. A cultural program has been planned for later in the evening. Rev. And mrs. Bagley will spend August at their summer Home in Wallingford and the following schedule of guest preachers has been arranged aug. La a Lay speakers Charles Mason and mrs. James Quinn aug. 18 and 25 a Rev. Paul Lohnes pastor of Tom Hannock methodist Church sept. I a retired pastor from new Jersey. Band concert North Bennington a the sound of band music will be heard at Lake paran sunday night when the North Bennington band under the direction of Gunnar Schonbeck will present another in the series of summer band concerts. The concert will Start at 7 30 . There is no admission charge and the Public is invited to come to paran sunday night to enjoy both the View and the band concert. Ari Hilton where parking is always a a pleasure 831 main St. Cut from . Choice a tender aged beef save 30< a la. Lean tender no waste la. Or roasts 89 Rath a Black Hawk Daisy hams lean la to Boneless 3lb-avg. Delicious Barb a a dub. 69 Rath Sra Corn sliced Bacon Barbo la. A. Salem a super All beef Hamburg 59< chickens�?T�$1.29 Salem a Home made fresh sausage 9< clams a a 45< c a i i f o r a ripened cantaloupes 3 is enriched Eva. Milk Pine Cone tomatoes i Calo cat food drs. Arthur and Elizabeth farts will be out of town aug. 3 through 18. Adv. Aug. I $100 Reward for information leading to the recovery of a 5 month old male German Shepherd. Dog is Black and Tan Wear it ing a leather Collar a red rabies tag. Name Duke. Dog is missing from the Sandgate area. Phone 375-2880 or Contact the Bennington county humane society. Adv. August i Manchester a under the auspices of the Garden club of Manchester a a House and Garden pilgrimage a will take place aug. 15 for the Benefit of Flowers and services inc. At the veterans Hospital at White River Junction and for civic beautification. Five gardens four houses and three churches in Manchester and three houses in Dorset will be on display from la . To 5 . A horticultural show exhibit and Tea at the Zion Church Parish House will be a part of the program and allow visitors a few moments of rest. The houses some old and some More recent their Lovely gardens and rare old furniture have a Charm and graciousness Well Worth the trip. Tickets for the tour and Tea May be obtained at the 1811 House in Manchester Village the chamber of Commerce information Booth in Manchester Center and the Zion Church Parish House in Manchester Center or any of the houses on display. Pre Ltd and Icca Faiet present a legend music by Howard Richardson amp William Berney thurs., fri., sat., Sun August i 2, 3, 4 Dorset playhouse dial 867-5777 curtain 8 40 . Classified ads bring results gig Iii im0 More Low Low first National prices valuable Stamps 2 la cello $100 Reward for information leading to the recovery of a 5 month old male German Shepherd. Dog is Black and Tan wearing a leather Collar a red rabies tag. Name Duke. Dog is missing from the Sandgate area. Phone 375-2880 or Contact the Bennington county humane society. Adv. August i Orange Orange pineapple Grope fruit punch hic drinks 3 79 assorted Sandwich cookies Vista Pak cremes Brookside a All flavors ice Cream evaporated a in the Handy 6-pack Evangeline milk 6 solid White in Oil tuna fish finast perfect for salads shrimp amid sea Bartlett halves in Sweet syrup pears Richmond Fino to White or coloured facial tissues a delicious blend of Mellow apples applesauce finast 2 cans 27 finast a pm Apple Grapefruit 49�?~ 69 79 2 x 49 3 4vi of m cans i 4 1 lbs a a cams of 4pkcs a of 400 of i Cal cont 14vi of cans fully cooked fully cooked to bring out All the natural luscious Ham flavor you wont a for picnic Patio party or anytime ready cooked Reody to la eat and value priced too1 face portion a a 49 Shank half 49 Shank portion face half a a 59 roasting chickens -39 4-5 la. Average All oven ready plump and meaty Boneless a All Good eating London Broil Steak la 89 Bone in a Cut from heavy steer beef Chuck Steak a 49 Armour a am meet a no wast. Armour a expertly seasoned 4 la c i o in in in juice drink 2 act r 55 four delicious varieties Welch s candies 4 1 finast a a Jumble Pac a Large or smog stuffed olives 65 shoestring finast beets 2 a amp 25 finast a a smooth Peanut butter 2 /ar0/ 69 finast waxed paper 2 Rolls 45 canned Ham Caj 3�?� Frankfort. A a 59 meat Bonus Stamps Loo Susansr so Arar a too ss3�?~kr la or 35 a a a is so -St.jgyjytafe. As taste the Quot fresh catch Quot flavor Frish swordfish la 45 Broad Jerico Bown i finast bread 21 la loaves enriched a White sliced cantaloupes 35c tender Sweet and luscious jumbo size a tomatoes of no Ripe Vine mutated Cillo a salad for onto pkg 23 ice cubes 5 la. Bag 29< Bonus stamp Spocia is extra Stamps oni pkg of too too Golden Rose Tea bags _ _ extra Stamps one pkg of too Ira Homeland Tea bags extra Stamps one 14 i pkg finast instant dry milk non fat a extra Stamps one Ovon Frich 50 finest Apple Fie extra Stamps six 12 of bots hand. Pak All flavors a extra Stamps is 25 finast beverages 0m m extra Stamps one i la loaf 25 finast Raisin bread 0m my extra Stamps one oven fresh 25 finast Plain Pound cake 0m a a extra Stamps to of pkg Frozen 25 Seiler s Scallop amp lobster croquettes 0m extra Stamps one to of pkg Frozen 25 Seiler s Chicken croquettes 0m a a extra Stamps one 9 of pkg Frozen 25 Toste Oseo Haddock dinner 0m a a extra Stamps one 8 it pkg 25 finest instant dry milk Low. Low Biseo unt by Loos Frozen food specials Mari Pac lobster meat 1.99 i i 3/a of. Can drained weight Birds Eye Fanci Fries 2 Jig 49�?T tiny taters pc 29 Gold medal flour French a Mustard Gulden s Mustard Cut rite Wax paper Campbell s t0� Clorox 55s 59c Libby s Hershey minute Rice 9 of Jar 8 of Jar .25 it Roll 15� 15c 24c 8 10 a of pfc cans 0/ in Oil corned beef chocolate syrup i la 8 of pkg 69c 1/2 Gal Jug 12 of can 2 1 la cans 14 of pkg 37c 47c 35e 43c Libby s Tomato juice Welch s Tomato juice v-8 cocktail Maine sardines finast flour Pink Salmon Margarine Tomato paste i it 14 of can it Bot i it 14 of can 29 27c 36� Kitchen tested sack 25 la $25 can i 0 sub bag Richmond Cloverdale quarters and solid finast i la can i la pkg 6 of cans 55c 15c 29c Pil Uhlir oven ready biscuits in 8 of in in c rms Dury Sweetmilk or Buttermilk a cans Swift s Prem Fonda Willow cold cups Royal Chine Swift s corned beef Statler paper towels veg All compartment plates 12 of 4qc can 25-9 of m0c cups at 15 to00c plates 44 12 of 4qc can jumbo oo0 Roll if 2 8 of cans a

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