Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Aug 17 1966, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 17, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Old Home week a minstrel players at Whitingham who will Cut Capers in show to be presented saturday night in the High school Are mrs. Roy Betit screaming into makeshift ear trumpet held by Eugene Morse while Nelson Burnett looks on. Collins help minstrels need old time ear trumpet Whitingham a has anybody got an old fashioned ear trumpet stashed away in an attic mrs. Nelson Burnett of Jacksonville director of old Home minstrels has been scouring Southern Vermont for the loan of a hearing Aid needed in the show scheduled for saturday night during Whitingham sold Home week. Just in Case an ear trumpet does no to turn up the director with True Vermont ingenuity has fashioned a a stand in from the Back end of a a morning glory speaker of an old Edison record phonograph. Cutting off the Flower part she gilded the remainder and wrapped it with tape to protect the ear of Eugene Morse who plays the part of the deaf oldster. Sponsored by the son Ville Lions club the Man Stream show in which 35 local residents will entertain with rollicking songs and jokes is one of some 25 events scheduled for the tour Day Celebration from thursday through sunday. Other highlights include Parachute jumps at the High school grounds on thursday at 11 30 ., Tours of local Homes on thursday and Friday starting from Lakeview inn at 2 ., a Parade saturday at 10 30 ., sports suppers and band concerts. Wind up of the Celebration a which occurs every to years in this Vermont Village a will be held sunday. Special attractions will be prize awards and Brief greetings from returning natives. Wendell p. Morse of Whitingham is general chairman assisted by 80 local residents serving on to special committees. Mary Mcclellan lists patients Cambridge . A admissions and discharges for the week ending aug. 14 have been announced by Mary Mcclellan hos. Petal Here. Bennington area admissions included John Bakatis North Hoosick Madeline Cookfar Donna m. Sablano Christian j. Good Remote Philip d. Mcguire Brian j. Lucas Kevin j. Lucas mrs. Mabel Robson Roger a. Shaw All of Hoosick Falls Robert e. Dewey mrs. Mildred s. Eddy mrs. Shirley m. Gardam mrs. Martha Hjalmarsen David p. Roewer All of Cambridge Kenneth l. Jones jr., Berlin and mrs. Geraldine i. Sherman of West Rupert. Bennington area patients discharged were Hazel g. Anderson Robert e. Dewey Martha Hjalmarsen or. Katharine Miller David p. Roewer Cambridge Francis t. Bowman mrs. Rose a. Curtis Donna m. Fabiano mrs. Marion Haynes Philip d. Mcguire Arthur a. Mclinden Brian j. Lucas Kevin j. Lucas mrs. Mabel Robson mrs. Rosemary Diane Shaw Henry j. Whitney jr., All of Hoosick Falls Kenneth l. Jones jr., Berlin mrs. Luella r. Parks Eagle Bridge mrs. Doris m. Philpott Petersburg. A Hoover Quality Home care appliances whereas the bag in Hoover dial a Matic the throw away bag now hides inside a streamlined housing. The motor s Back and Down Low out of the Way. The dial. Well that s the secret of this exciting new kind of cleaner that handles every cleaning Job. Better than an upright a better than a canister. There s More Power lots More Power and More cleaning ease than Ever before. See a demonstration soon Griffin electric co., inc. 473 main St. Dial 447-7733 Bennington Arlington East Arlington Helene Thompson 375-2325 or. And mrs. John Ouhl and mrs. James Mann spent the weekend in Poughkeepsie . With the Ouhl so daughter and family or. And mrs. David Hinkley and two sons. Another daughter miss Ellen Ouhl was Able to come from new York City and visit with them while they were there. Mrs. Leonard Nacy and children of upper Derby a. Have left for their Home after spending a month with mrs. Nacym a parents or. And mrs. Gordon hard. Bennington Banner wednesday August 17, 1966 Turtle Hunting Maple syrup Charm Dorset visitor from the Bronx rid in in style Kathie Hughes of the Bronx rides in style in the Model t Ford of her Dorset fresh air Host. Leon Edgerton. Skinner you can to go wrong if you shop at Dorset a miss Kathie Hughes a fresh air child who has been the guest of the Leon Edge tons Here since july 20, returns today to her Home in the Bronx. Her older sister Margaret who has already returned Home was visiting at the Home of the Edwin c. Kidneys on the West Road. This summer has been tie second Vermont visit for 10-year-old Kathie who was introduced to Dorset last year when she was a guest at the Home of or. And mrs. Ernest Edgerton in South Dorset. If this did no to indicate her enjoyment enough a Chat with this conversational Young lady did. Between swimming in the edger tons Pond with four Young Edge tons about her age and dining on some of Dorset a fanciest Maple syrup made by or. Edgerton himself she found Little time for homesickness. High on her list of fun activities she said were Turtle Hunt ing Days the trip to see a covered Bridge in Arlington a visit to the Candle Mill and two barbecues hardly tilings to be done in the Bronx. Kathie is among the three fresh air children who returned to new York today. Included also were Nancy Wong a 12-year-old who has made her visit with the Robert Mcfalls in South Dorset for the second year and Norma who has been with the Julian Huffman in East Dorset. Oneida and you wont go wrong buying your meat at Oneida plus savings up to 30% we carry Tobinus Blue ribbon beef Only steaks top round save 40c cube save 20c top sirloin in. Save 20t everyday Low prices Circle k Bacon save 20c la. 69 mild sugar cured corned beef brisket save 15c 18. 69 i All beef lean Jyh i ground beef 2 i save 19 i ground i a t i i Chuck lean 2 i 5139 1 lbs. I i i save 39t i shop amp compare hygrade boiled Ham lean 5 of. Pkg 594 Fosters tasty skinless Franks 2��.99 Macaroni and tuna fish c salad slightly seasoned in 394 jumbo cultivated blueberries potatoes fresh Young tender Crisp . #1 size a washed to in. Bag 59�?T i carrots Oneida bra/4d beverages All flavors 7 it bots $ 10o plus Dep Del Monte sliced or halves peaches pineapple juice Corn Cream style this week Only list 1 cans 46 of cans. 303 a cans 89c 89c 59c Oneida Brand bread 2 jumbo loaves 47 vinegar pure cider Gal. Jug 63 toilet tissue Ragu sauces Plain mushroom meat 3 15 of cans of briquet charcoal to in. Bag Giora Brand Spaghetti or Macaroni 2 j 5 $ 59c 35 ice Cream georgian to Roll bag Tomato paste 69 cont Adina this week 4 12 of cans hoods Riviera it Gal. 59c Frozen foods Morton a beef papi a Chi it Keb r a a Rui Rich Turkey cd pk9 sliced strawberries 5 93 ii Bluebird a i 4 a Orange Juke i 41v Oneida markets 736 e. Main St. Bennington it. Store hours mon., tues., wed. 9 To 6 Thurs., fri., sat. 9 To 9 Health amp Beauty aids ii my s right guar a 51.00 size q i8c Clairol hair co Lornice in easy i l Lustre Creme hair Spray save in 88

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