Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Aug 5 1965, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 5, 1965, Bennington, Vermont North limn in it Ron Elizabeth Dwyer 44 2-4319 miss Pamela Holley daughter of or. And mrs. Douglas Holley of Elm Street will leave this week for England where she will spend a year living with relatives and going to school there. Last saturday evening or. And mrs. Edward legacy or. Entertained a group of Young people at a Farewell party for ram. Guests included Many of her friends who were in the 8th Grade with her at the local school. Or. And mrs. Francis Elwell have re opened their Village store Here which was closed for two weeks while they were on a vacation trip to Newfoundland. Manchester Jackie Breen William c. Nawrath or. Of Ridgefield Park n.j., father of Manchester Center postmaster William c. Nawrath jr., died on monday after a period of falling health. Or. Nawrath was 77 years old at the time of his death. In addition to his son he is survived by a daughter mrs. William Mcdowell with whom he made his Home four grandchildren and one great grandchild a brother a sister nieces and nephews. The August vestry meeting of Zion Church will be held at 7 30 . On monday. With the slogan a help the teens help themselves a a group of Young people aiming to establish a teen Center in town Are sponsoring a Street dance on memorial Avenue from 8 to 12 . On saturday. Live Arlington Helene Thompson 3752325 or. And mrs. Robert Gulden tops of Princeton n.j., spent the weekend with or. And mrs. Wilford b. Wallace Guldenzoph is a Nephew of Wallace. Jean and Geraldine Knox and Kathleen Thompson Are among the girl scouts at the Day Camp on the Rod and gun club grounds in Shaftsbury. Mrs. Richard Knox is a Counselor with a Junior group. Books added to the Martha Canfield Library during july were adults a the keepers of the House Quot Grau Quot War in the Golden weather Quot Longstreet Quot the second mrs. We Quot Sanford Quot fruit of the poppy Quot Wilder Quot of Canda Quot Wilson Quot countryman Quot Borland Quot the Story of laser Quot Carroll Quot the Enzo Ferrari Story Quot Ferrari Quot mrs. Arris goes to parliament Quot Galileo Quot Don t go in alone Quot Holden Quot a Book of country things Quot Needham Quot homicide blonde Quot Procter Quot myster Louser and Mysterio user Quot Bagby Quot curtain Call for a Corpse Quot Bell Quot the gun Garden Quot Stanton Quot Catherine the great Quot Olden Bourg Quot the founding father Quot Whalen Quot who lies Here Quot Peters Quot Jim Clark at the wheel Quot Clark Quot the world of bees Quot Hoyt Quot the making of the president 1964,&Quot White Quot Valparaiso Quot Freelong. Young people Quot the Nightingale Quot Anderson Quot son of the Black stallion Quot Farley Quot Basic baseball strategy Quot Freeman Quot skin diving Quot Frey Quot we were there with Ethan Allen Quot Webb Quot training a companion dog Quot Broderick worst enemy Quot Burch Quot the House by the River a Derleth Quot Here come the Cottontail Quot Goudy Quot Honker Quot Mcclung Quot three men on third Quot Olson Quot the robber Hotze Plotz Quot Preussler Quot George Carver Quot Stevenson Quot Paul Revere Quot Stevenson Quot Wells Fargo Quot Moody Quot the magic tree Quot Mccrea Quot horses fund Raisin Quot Hor arthritis brains aug. 12 Montpelier announcement was made tuesday by president a. Wilson Barstow of Burlington that the annual fund raising Campaign of the Vermont chapter of the arthritis foundation inc. Is scheduled to begin on aug. 12 in Dorset Manchester Peru Landgrove Weston Londonderry and South Londonderry. Frederick j. Burghard will again head the so lactation in Dorset and the Manchester chairman will again be or. Robert j. Fisk. L. L. Ranney state Campaign chairman will co ordinate the fund drive in Peru South Londonderry Londonderry and Landgrove. Statewide and District quotas have been increased Over 1964 because of the greatly stepped up service now available through the organization. Arthritis is rated As the nations no. I crippler. An estimated 30,000 vermonters Are afflicted according to Barstow. Rem Alice Dibble 824-5407 or. And mrs. Alexander read of Long Island ., owners of the Hampshire sheep farm in Winhall Are spending August at their Home near the farm. Their daughter Sandra is with them. Visiting their cousins mrs. . Pitcher of Landgrove and mrs. T. R. Dibble last week and staying at the Bromley House Peru were or. And mrs. John Avirett of Baltimore my. Mrs. James Hedges of Rowan ton conn., sister of Blair Mac Farlane and daughter of the late capt. Scott Macfarlane of Peru arrived sunday to spend part of August in her brother s Home in Peru and to bring her son Michael to the Ogden Camp in Landgrove. Or. And mrs. . Dibble of Peru and their children and animals Are enjoying August in their Landgrove House where mrs. Dibble spent Summers for Many years As a child and where the Dibbles lived year round for several years before buying their present Home in Peru. Twenty paintings by . Dibble Are at the Weston playhouse and will be on exhibit there until next wednesday. Of Long ago Quot Ipcar Quot Shaun and the boat Quot Molloy Quot master detective Alan Pinkerton Quot or Mont Quot your career in journalism Quot Stein Quot Crispus attacks Quot Millender. 362-2259 music will be provided by a the in Case of rain the dance will be held at Burr amp Burton gymnasium. Tickets Are $1 per couple 75 cents per person. Refreshments will be available. New bunk to open aug. To in Manchester Manchester a the grand opening of the Manchester office of the first National Bank of North Bennington has been scheduled for aug. To. The new Branch Bank located on main Street across from the grand Union shopping Center will offer off Street parking a night depository and drive up window As Well As the usual banking services. The banking window will remain open until 5 . Except on fridays when it will be open until 7 . Oakley k. Porter former Manchester town manager will be manager of the new Branch. Harold Cross will be assistant manager. Walloomsac Bertha Hoag 686-7282 Bennington Banner thursday August 5, 1905-9 or. And mrs. Frank Sittner of Schenectady and mrs. Kenneth Coonley and family of Maryland have returned Home after spending several Days with their sister and aunt mrs. Oscar Steward or. John Arnold Daniel Scott and Fred Thomas returned Home thursday after spending five Days at the Diamond state football Camp in training. Harold Luke of Utica and Forrest Luke of Schenectady were called Here by the death of their sister mrs. Jennie Weir. Fred s. Stewart and son Thomas and Friend miss Pearl Van Heizer of Patterson ., spent several Days with or. And mrs. Oscar Stewart or. Howard l. Richardson Industrial consultant and mrs. Richardson of new Britain conn., were recent guests of or. And mrs. Fred Luke. As a result of the youth show held at the Schaghticoke fair grounds july 30, the 4-h ers Are to have a special meeting at John Calhoun a aug. 12 at 7 30 . The meeting will Deal with trimming hoofs and clipping in preparation for he Schaghticoke fair sept. 2-7. Mrs. Molly Hoag who under went surgery at the Putnam memorial Hospital july 23, is convalescing at the Home of her sister in Law mrs. Alan Hoag of Hoosick Falls. Or. And mrs. Gordon Hoag spent Friday night at Barringer Camp at crooked Lake. On saturday they attended the bos sly mass at St. Henry a Averill Park. Present were m. Sgt. William Bossidy and Patty who had just returned from an assignment in Turkey. They Are leaving for California on wednesday where sgt. Bossidy is to be stationed for three years. Mrs. Ralph Phillips of Rock City Falls the former Ella Telford of Walloomsac had several paintings hooked rugs and fancy articles on display at White Creek old Home Day. W hit Creek Eleanor Niles or. And mrs. John Olsen and family of Newburgh ., were guests of or. And mrs. George la Dell for several Days last week. Misses Anita and Cella Niles Are spending this week at the 4-h Camp near Averill Park Manchester merchants a North on route 7 0 shop As you Are no Rush Quot what Luck Quot Marian sighed. We had strolled the worn Marble sidewalks and discovered the woodcarver Tom Fitz Simons in his workshop gilding one of those Golden eagles that Grace so Many of the old houses of new England. Quot this is it Quot i replied Quot we be quote red Book you a a Welcome to visit an exhibition of current Wood carvings at his studio located next to the Deeley gallery. Tom Fitz Simons Manchester Vermont Stout uhf Pool Side shop at Equinox House Manche Stet it. Co Njau of of x the finest shop in the area plenty of free parking in hear jute Fine food cocktails in the Quot Lair Quot Fine food in the Quot Cougar Quot Quot Catamount Quot and Quot Puma Quot rooms. Start your meal by having an unusual hours d oeuvre along with Green salad and homemade bread to keep you company. Then on to a palate raising soup Fri Lowed by one of these entrees a Steak and skewer a veal cordon Bleau a stuffed lobster Tail a smoked loin of pork a Fondue Bour Vignonne a Brook Trout a a Dine a frogs legs Provencal a prime strip sirloin Steak a Imperial stuffed game Hen end your dinner with a selection from the dessert tray and fresh ground Coffee. Serving dinners from 6-9 p. In. Every Day of the week. Dinners from $4.90manchester Village it. I Block North of the Equinox House opposite the Library just off route 7. Reservations requested area code 802 362-2568 annual summer clearance Sale 20%�?To30%.ff ill summer if ear for infants and boys amp girls to size 14 Tyx up Ridden Price Gaudette a children shop Manchester Cir. House Litz gifts unique hand crafted imports from All Over the world including jewelry which we just received from Mexico Spain and Siam our fabulous Semi annual clearance Sale tremendous savings for our customers styles by natural Bridge casual and dress shoes How $6.95 to $8.95 w 00 original Price up to s�?T4 95 american girl shoes now 4.95 to 6.95 orig. Or. Up to $9.95 Saddle of now 5.75 to 7.95 orig. Or. Up to 12.95 Puri Guys inc. Member of the Man. chamber of Commerce John and Mary Hawkins Ranchester Center it. Tel. 362-1226 in the grand Union stopping Center the first National Bank of North Bennington comes to Manchester on August 10th we invite you to come in adequate off Street parking for your convenience and inquire about the Many services we offer to fit your needs. A i rive up it window a night depository a savings accounts a commercial banking a Fua and conventional a mortgages a Loans personal Auto business a travellers Cheeks life insurance and Accident amp health insurance for the Protection of our borrowers banking hours weekdays 9 00 . To 3 00 . Friday 9 00 . To 3 00 . 4 00 . To 7 00 . I rive a p w window open from 9 00 . To 5 00 . Daily and on fridays until 7 00 . Oakley k. Porter. Branch manager Harold l. Cross assistant cashier big enough to serve you Small enough to know on member of the Federal Deposit insurance corporation

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