Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Aug 27 1966, Page 44

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 27, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Antique shops in Southern Vermont Horseshoe barn or. And mrs. Larry Squires West Townshend general line guns. Wallingford a Maud Cary at the Paul Cary fixer shop route 7, Glass China furniture 446-3726 Mary e. Taylor 40 n. Main St. Route 7banks Bells bottles buttons Glass and China Phyllis Frew South Wallingford refinished and rough furniture primitives China 446-2728 Golden Chance Antiques sugar Hill Road East Wallingford 18th Century English furniture Silver and Silver plate european accessories 259-2723 Mill River Antiques route 155, just off route 103 in East Wallingford old dolls Flint Art and pattern Glass Indian relics old guns. 259-2301. Weathersfield a Patricia w. Stevens route 5, five Miles South of Ascutney. Wells a Gavan s Antiques a Quarter mile off route 133 Between Pawlet and Middletown furniture paintings rugs 325-2117. Westminster a cold Spring Antiques Henry and Julia Thompson on Road to rum hat tin Homes country things Ironstone China primitives brass Copper tin. Weston a the brows Erie Louise Mervin route too South of the Green books lamps furniture China Glass and brass 824-6420 or 824-3316 with Rene Pond Road Vernon . 802-254-8000 residential farms commercial year round and summer Homes Gay Meadow farm Antiques Trout club Road furniture and Interior accents for country living 824-6386 Riverside Antiques mrs. Harold c. Pennicke general line 824-5903. White River Junction a sue s Shoppe 73 Maple St., general line Glass China. Williamsville town 0f Newfane a the Betty lamp Betty Pancoast furniture and accessories 348-6329 the perrys Antiques general line China Glass furniture books scrapbooks cards paper items. Wilmington a Deerfield Valley Antiques Henry and Cato Logcher three Miles East of town on route 9, general line clocks jugs lamps China Glass. Woodstock a Marion Field 2 Church St. Route 4new England furniture and accessories primitives jewelry and Sil ver 457-2740 Hillary Underwood 21 pleasant St., paintings primitives decorative items 457-1750 Wigren amp Barlow 29 pleasant St., general line the Wood shed Emerson Johnstone two Miles North of town on route 12, refinished country furniture also repairs refinishing Morrill s Antiques Taftsville route 4 East of Junction with route 12, furniture Glass China. So Miles South of Bennington 2h Miles North of Green Mountain race track just off it. 7 in Pownal Center 15 unit Motel and motor court in Scenic Pownal v Alley owned amp operated by de amp Sara mckeever%2 red door motels the rugged Man of Early America was an Independent cuss. He had to be. Miles from his nearest neighbor he was even further from the nearest settlement. He did everything for himself from curing his own Ham to making his own furniture. The furniture made in Early America was not a fancy sort. It was pure simple made of native Wood. But since the Independent Early american Man has vanished you might think this hand made functional furniture has vanished too. It Hasni to. From the Pine forests of Vermont Townshend furniture fashions by hand Rich warm furniture True to Pioneer styling. Its available Only through the factory showroom in Townshend it. Its one of the most appealing trips in All new England. Through the West River Valley on route 30 from Brattleboro it. Come visit or write for a free catalogue. Townshend furniture will ship direct to you from the America revisited Townshend furniture company incorporated Townshend it Telephone 365-7720 Southern Vermont summer August 27. 1966-33

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