Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Aug 20 1963, Page 3

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 20, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Time out for minor repairs willing male volunteers help campers from amp Romaca in Hinsdale mass., prepare their Craft for a sail on Lake Whitingham. Girls who Are judged Campos Best sailors Are annually rewarded with a Day s execution on the Lake. Banner photographer happened by recently As the girls enjoyed their 1963 sail trip. Miss Greene is honoured and a Low Bow you know what a red carpet Means. Courtesy service and Welcome. And the Vermont Bank and Trust company a symbolic red carpet stands for All of those things. You know you re an important guest or a cherished member of the family whenever you walk in or drive up whenever you borrow or save or write a Check whenever you ask our advice. The Vermont Bank and Trust co. Thimi mar Houri Vipont insurance corporation Brattleboro a Rutland a Bennington Bellows Falls a Chester Bank with red carpet service learning the ropes this sailing business can present a few problems As the girls indicate in this picture. The rigging does t always work the Way the manual says. Included in the group Are sue Rubinroit sue Smith Margie Mallimson Laura Blumenson Alicia Brachman Jane Grant and Janet Colann along with Counselor Valerie Eves Sally Mcelveen and Sally Sullivan. All Are from out of state. A Hearty shove helps in spite of a brisk Breeze the afternoon the campers attempted to put in their sailing time it took a firm shove to get the boat Clear of the Shoreline. Amt Ira ii legion notes Post 13 to install officers wednesday by Joseph a. Lee newly elected officers of american legion Post 13 will be installed at a meeting at 8 . Wednesday in the legion Post rooms on the White Chapel Road. Department officers from various Vermont towns will be the installing suite. Refreshments will be served and All members Are invited to attend. The executive Board will erect a membership roster containing the names of All members As their dues Are paid. A White card will be placed in front of the name indicating dues Are paid and a red card will signify dues not paid. A purple card will indicate the member has died. At a special meeting of the executive Board aug. 16, it was voted to sponsor a show by Pete Williams Wrob to Quot country music personality in the state armory Here in october. The event has been endorsed by the greater Bennington association and Bennington merchants Are helping to sponsor an advertising Campaign in its behalf. Joseph and Spencer Lee Are co chairmen for the show. Other committees will be announced later. To Date 77 businesses have promised to assist in advertising the show. Businesses which have not been contacted but wish r doubles amp a Stamps wednesday North Bonnington re. Bonnington it. To assist the legion in this project May Contact Joe Lee 2-9129, or Spencer Lee 2-6375, Between 8 . And 4 . The legion Post is planning to sponsor a series of record hops after the Pete Williams show in october. The hops it is hoped will provide a wholesome form of entertainment for area teenagers. Funds raised through the project will be added to the posts building fund and will also be used for Community service projects. Students must show student passes issued by the schools to be admitted to the legion hops at student prices. The hops will be held on a regular basis if students show sufficient interest. On aug. 8, legion Post 13 and the vow Post met at the Alanson Walbridge funeral Home to conduct joint memorial services for departed Comrade Avon j. Gregory of 234 Silver St. The american legion is a National organization of veterans of world War i incorporated by act of Congress on nov. 8, 1919. Public act 767 1942 made veterans of world War ii eligible. Later veterans of the korean conflict who served Between june 25, 1950 and july 27, 1953, became eligible. Purposes of the legion Are to uphold the Constitution of the United states to maintain Law and order to Foster americanism to preserve memories and incidents of the world wars and the korean conflict to combat the autocracy of both the classes and the masses to make right the master of might to promote Good citizenship. Allex soldiers sailers marines airmen and the women who served with the various branches of the . Armed forces and United states citizens who served with our allies Are eligible except those Dis honorable discharged and those whore fused to submit to unqualified military discipline. Dues Are paid annually or for life and the 1963-64 dues of Bennington Post 13 Are $5.50, subject to possible increases voted at the 45th annual convention in Miami Beach fla., sept. 6-12. The american legion National Headquarters is located in Indianapolis ind., with a membership of Over 2,887,000 in 58 departments and Over 10,500 posts. The Paris Post reports about 1500 ref veterans in France in a Quot never come Home Bat new from Mere so. Is horsepower 2 Cylinder. In line Mercury s most powerful two new super Magneto Power dome combustion Chambers. Many parts patterned Atter and interchangeable with powerful Mere 1000. Options electric starting. Black trimmed in Chrome. Recommended for skiing fishing cruising runabouts work boats houseboats Pontoon boats barges and general Utility. Bennington garage corp. Main Straat Bennington Bennington Banner tuesday August 20, 1963-3 Vermont historical society plans summer conference Success girls Are All smiles As their sail boat drifts along with a gentle Breeze billowing its sail. Water level indicates Craft is carrying More weight than most serious sailors will contend with. Staff photos Grimm Cook mrs. Elwell teach at Woodford Theodore Cook of Manchester will teach music at Woodford hollow school during the coming year Leon e. Wagner superintendent of the Bennington Southwest school District has announced. Cook a graduate of the Union theological school of music has taught in Public and private schools for the past 25 years. Returning to the school As a teacher this year is mrs. Edith Elwell of 103 Observatory St. Long runic new York up a a game of pitch has been going on without interruption for 52 years on the Boston amp Maine Railroad s commuter train to Reading mass., believed to be a record for any Railroad says card commentary. One of the layers in the four handed version Irving Austin of Reading has been playing for 40 years. For 12 years before that he was a kibitzer. Montpelier a the Vermont historical society has scheduled its 13th summer session at the Pavilion hotel Here thursday and Friday. Following greetings by the rep. Franklin Swift Billings jr., speaker of the House a panel on Quot the face of Vermont Quot will discuss the Flora and Fauna of the Green Mountain state. Mrs. Lloyd Bugbee conservationist and wildflower expert will discuss vegetation and Ronald l. Rood author of Quot land alive Quot will discuss the animals found in the state. This session will be followed by a luncheon in the Pavilion hotel at which Roland w. Robbins an archaeologist will speak on Quot hidden America Quot the Story of his excavations at sleepy hollow in new York. The afternoon will be devoted to a consideration of various types of history such As business Church and military history. Robert Lovett of the Harvard business school will state Quot the Case for business Horton Dean emeritus of the Harvard divinity school will argue for the importance of Church history and or. Louis Morton of Dart Mouth College and formerly of the office of the chief of military history in Washington will expound the various traits of military history. The society a annual dinner will meet in the hotel at 6 . With the John p. Clement of Rutland president of the society As toastmaster. There will be a showing of the Robert Frost motion picture by Frank Lillie of the free Public Library service. The address will be Given by or. Philip b. Gove of the g amp c. Merriam co. Of Springfield mass. On Friday morning a session will be devoted to Vermont civil War governors. The chairman will be the state sen. Graham s. Newell Junior senator from Caledonia county. Kenneth Moore of Middlebury College will discuss gov. Frederick Holbrook while his colleague Albert b. Dowden also of Middlebury College will discuss the career of j. Gregory Smith. This panel will be followed by the annual meeting of the Vermont historical society. The speaker at the luncheon will be or. Walter Muir White Hill of the Boston athenaeum and a resident of Starksboro. His subject will be Quot Independent historical the Public is invited to All of the sessions. For luncheon and dinner reservations write the Vermont historical society state administration building Montpelier. Out of sight Richmond a. Up a an tone Hondo no a famous statue of George Washington the Only one the first president posed for will be hidden from Public View this summer at the Virginia state Capitol. The six foot Marble statue is encased in a wooden Box to protect it from damage during extensive renovations at the Capitol. Auction Wilmington Vermont wednesday August 21, to the following personal property will to sold at auction from Deer Meadow auction barn 1% Milos Oast of wit. Mington 17 Milos wast of Brattleboro on route 9. In part a la. Quantity ski equipment including skis boots Etc. A All kinds fleece lined slippers and other footwear in child and adult sizes old lamps and Glass Ironstone a Vic. F flatware buggy wheels a commodes Chest of drawers a Oval d. L. Table chairs a Many other pieces Nice old furniture a kerosene Wick Burner space Heater like new other stoves and Many More excellent items. Bring chairs lunch at barn promptly at to . Note this week s auction is on wednesday a auctioneer iop Nevasse it going Back to College ? jewellers a . A has travel alarms pen and Pencil sets watches Many other items you la find when you shop a to ans Talion. Most of them married and none has renounced United states citizenship. The legion Emblem indicates service for god and country. Eligible veterans who wish to join the Post May Contact Joseph Lee at 442-9129. A Legionnaire will Call on you with an application and leave with you an official receipt making you a member of the largest veterans organization in the United states. Fish beware Rome apr last year la japanese fishing fleets totalling 400 boats sailed the seas of the world to catch Salmon the food and agriculture organization reports. Forty five other japanese fishing fleets totalling 2,000 boats fished for tuna. % i hit when do the tires give up in of Ami Wica inc some owners never find out. We advertise 35,000 Miles to a set. Some get closer to 60,000. You can safely expect 15,000 Miles More than you get with a regular truck the tires on a Volkswagen Arentt loaded Down with heavy fenders Frame or Hood. Vow welds its truck into one solid hunk to make it Light and solid. This takes nearly a half ton off the fires. Which is also one half ton you Don t buy Gas for even the engine saves you weight. If s made of aluminium magnesium Alloy. Lighter and stronger than aluminium itself and you never need water or Antifreeze so you Don t even have to haul a Radiator. When you Load the Volkswagen the cargo sits in the Middle because the engine s in Back. The tires share the Load equally. Even at that though some vows won t get 35,000 Miles. A lot depends on the roads Volkswagen does t build those. Liggett Bosworth motor sales inc. Hunt St. Bennington it. Princess posture edic lulls you to sleep on a luxury layer of the healthful support you need with amazing d u Roll be Coil construction. The smart new cover to match this totally new a a Lullaby touch Quot is pamper Pink. Button free top of course. Mind if few edition Sam poet $7950 full or twin it. The comfortably firm Standard posture edic $79.50 f it Ltd or it we # 3 irk a amp pc it a. A miss Cecelia Greene of Bradford Street who is to become the Bride of Arthur Callahan pm sept. 28, was honoured at a Surprise miscellaneous Shower on sunday night. About 60 friends and relatives attended. Hostesses were mrs. Beverly Mccoy who is to be Matron of Honor and the rockette of the Greene dance studio misses Eleanor Harvey Barbara Lawless Dolores Heiner Nancy Finnegan Amy Gillins and Mary Shippey. Pink and White were featured in the decorations at the Catholic daughters rooms where the festivities were held. Miss Greene was escorted to a specially trimmed chair and seated before a gift Laden table. Following opening of the gifts refreshments of cake ice Cream Coffee and punch were served. Along with the special Shower cake presented by mrs. Mccoy Bell shaped cakes had been prepared by misses Lawless and Heiner and the other cakes by members of the rocket test families. Dunhams 320 Elm St inc. 0a _ 2.5131 no Down payment charge it your Way take 30 Days or months to pay 210north Bennington Road

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