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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 4, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 6-Bennington Banner wednesday december 4, 1963 Manchester Nancy Otis 3 62-1044 members of the United women s group of the first congregational Church will top off their annual Christmas Bazaar thursday with a Buffet supper beginning at 6 p. No mrs. Kenneth Hill is in charge of arrangements. Committee chairmen for the Sale which begins at 3 . Are mrs. Harold Childs aprons mrs. Milton Rockwell and mrs. Carl Keatsch gifts mrs. Oscar v. Johnson jr., children s shopping Center mrs. Edwin k. Treat decorations mrs. Francis Coburn greens mrs. Stanley Hinkley snack bar and publicity mrs. E. A Nickerson mrs. G. Murray Campbell food Booth. Tickets for the Buffet will be priced at $2 for adults and $1 for children under 12. Those under six will be admitted free. Roger Harwood son of or. And mrs. Clifford b. Harwood underwent surgery tuesday morning at the Massachusetts general Hospital Boston. His parents took him to Boston monday. A sixth grader at the elementary school Roger expects to be at the Hospital for about five Days. Mrs. Sarah Jackson of Manchester Center has rented her Home on cottage Street to Malcolm Pennington of new York . She will live this Winter in quarters adjoining mrs. Ann lip a s antique shop which she plans to operate in the absence of the proprietor. Mrs. Luppa has gone to Lincoln mass., where she will be until mid april with the exception of some time this Winter in St. Petersburg Fla. Concert sunday committees have been named by Theodore Cook director for the forthcoming concert sunday night of pro Musica the new choral group. Kenneth Stacy and mrs. Donald Raker will arrange the setting and decorations in the elementary school gym for the 8 . Performance. Kathy Mcwayne is in charge of Ushers. She is assisted by Dorothy Goodell Sylvia Hartwell Pat Coleman Nina Lee Susan Saunders and Nancy Howard. In charge of publicity Are mrs. Theodore Cook Barbara Bardin mrs. Bruce Graham and mrs. Peter Schoffstall. Mrs. Ray Pelham will be the accompanist. Pro musics s voices include five sopranos five Altos four tenors and three Bass. The singers Are Roy w. Barstow Rufus Gilbert Kenneth Hilliard Gordon Hurley mrs. Bruce Graham mrs. Joann Johnson mrs. Robert Jordan mrs. Edwin Kinney miss Linda Langworthy mrs. Dan Noble mrs. Donald Raker mrs. Peter Schoffstall Kenneth Stacy Earle e. Storrs mrs. Robert treat James West and mrs. E. Roger Wilcox. Hoosick Ada m. Breer 686-7275 mrs. Harrison j. Philpott was thanksgiving Day guest of or. And mrs. John Jenkins of Hoosick Falls. Or. And mrs. George Sigmund and brother Herbert Fields of Athol mass., spent thursday and a few Days with their Mother mrs. Fannie Haskins in Wilkes Barre a. Fred Hammond of Hayneville Horace Hammand Helen Crandall and mrs. Eugene Hammond of Grafton were thursday dinner guests of or. And mrs. George Rifenburg. Or. And mrs. Irving Stevens and daughter Elinor spent thursday with or. And mrs. Morton Hoffman in Eagle Bridge. Mrs. Ellsworth Stevens and Mother mrs. Florence Smith were thanksgiving dinner guests of Ralph Prebble in Petersburg. Or. And mrs. Donald Hillman and family were thursday dinner guests of mrs. Helen Cantelo. Or. And mrs. Harry Blair were visitors at the Cantelo Home. Watson White and sister mrs. Charles Rudd were thanksgiving Day dinner guests of or. And mrs. Edward Stevens of Watervliet. Philip Byrun of Cambridge mass., the Rev. William s. Barrett and Mother from Albany were thursday guests of Rev. And mrs. Phillip a. Lewis at All saints rectory. Mrs. May Herrington and mrs. Alta Brownell of Hoosick Falls were thursday dinner guests of or. And mrs. Edmund Lillie in West Hoosick. Mrs. Herrington left saturday to spend the Winter with her sister in Law mrs. Alta Brownell in Hoosick Falls. Or. And mrs. James Lohne Sof Pittsfield mass., mrs. Harry e. Cipperly miss Blanche capper by and or. And mrs. Dean Cipperly were thursday dinner guests of or. And mrs. Robert Kipp of Pine Valley Road. Buskirk Helen c. Hall 686-7290 or. And mrs. Percy a. Hall spent the Holiday weekend with their daughter and son in Law or. And mrs. Elmer Swan of North Reading mass. Phyllis Baker was Home for the weekend from Newport Hospital. Newport. . Or. And mrs. Perrin Cornell entertained at a family dinner with guests or. And mrs. N. Clifford Cottrell of Boyntonville. Or. And mrs. Harry Mcclellan together with or. And mrs. James Badger of Schaghticoke spent the Holiday with the Richard Rowes of Granville. Miss Donna Pratt has returnee to the University of Massachusetts Amherst mass., after a Holiday vacation with her parents or. And mrs. G. Webster Pratt. Or. And mrs. C. Chester Dumond or. And two daughters Barbara and Judith from Ulster Park were wednesday overnight guests of mrs. Mary Rudd. Mrs. Rudd thursday accompanied them to Johnstown for the wedding of her grandson Robert to miss Diane Davis. Robert Dumond graduated from Clarkson College in Potsdam. Miss Mabel Rudd of Troy was the recent weekend guest of mrs. Ellsworth Stevens. Mrs. Robert Cottrell of Scotia visited on saturday at the Stevens Home. Katherine Prebble of Schenectady was the weekend guest of her grandmother mrs. Florence Smith. David Prebble spent the weekend with his sister mrs. Joseph Cazzallo in North Adams mass. Mrs. Rose Talbert of Bennington was thanksgiving Day guest of or. And mrs. Carl Stevens. Or. And mrs. William Dougherty and sons of Brunswick and or. And mrs. Daniel Webster of Groves de were thursday dinner guests of mrs. Harold c. Prebble. R Edward Cloke of Schenectady spent the weekend at the Home of his grandmother mrs. Alice l. Cipperly. All saints Parish Guild and All saints sunday school along with their families will have their annual Christmas party thursday night dec. 12, at 6 30 in the Parish Hall. There will be a covered dish supper entertainment gifts and a grab bag. A drum. Weil Supply the Cash of you novo o Droop of a Homo of Yogi own Woll Supply Tho financing to Molto that dream com Truo. Our Home loons Art Liberal it in Cost Ond re payment terms Ore geared to your income. Bennington Coop. Savings amp loan Assn. 116h South St. Dial 2-5811 of Nier of everything you Wane to see Ano of in Boston modern spadotto rooms it moderate rates a and no charge for children under 14. Air conditioning 21 to and plenty of parking a Lac lading Ece far 1450 cars la Tho a rests Clurn underground garage. Hoon of Tho famous Salle deem Bostons most glamorous cocktail lounge the ten Atoe bar the chess item. The Cen. A Mim Ream and the ten Rahm restaurant featuring traditional new England fare at popular prices. To diners club american express and carte Blanche for reservations write to themas j. Walsh general mgr. Hotel Touraine Tremont i Boylston sts., Boston a Tel. Hancock 5-3500 overlooking Boston common Handy to a subways a theatres a shopping a historic Sites a business districts Possum playing cat shot in car trunk Manchester a John Bourn an East Manchester logger is one Man who really let the cat out of the bag. Bourn ran into a Bobcat erne night last week on Bromley Mountain and not knowing what else to do threw the lifeless Critter into his trunk and went along to Brattleboro. Many hours later on their Way Home Bourn and his son de heard some prancing and pawing in the Back of the car. They judged Kee restly that his nibs was t dead at All. There seemed to be Only one solution. Their Friend Martin Cummings has a Gas Sta ton garage on . 7 a a place big enough for backing into and for taking a shot if necessary behind closed doors. When the trunk of the car was gingerly lifted the Bourns were greeted with a snarl. They reciprocated with a Bullet. Four feet seven inches and 30 pounds of Yellowish Gray Wildcat Are now stretched out at the Bourn Home. They d rather have him there than As a passenger in their car. East Arlington a Tinderland the a Arlington Eagle Robert Shuffleton 375-6637 Arlington Helene Thompson 375-2325 or. And mrs. C. Lee Marsh had As their guests thanksgiving Day or. And mrs. William Rye and son Dan and mrs. Grace Butler of Canton conn., or. And mrs. L. Waldo Bigelow or. And son Robert of Warner nj., mrs. Robert Pye of Cambridge . Their sons Charles Marsh of Dartmouth College and Peter of it. Hermon school Are spending the Holiday at Home. Or. And mrs. Spencer mat Tison went to Virginia to spend the Holiday with or. Mattison s daughter and family or. And mrs. John Daley. mrs. Walter Crofut have moved into their new Home on the Sandgate Road. Or. And is. Vej. Curran spent thanksgiving with their son Edward and family in old Bethpage , . Or. And mrs. Conrad Metcalfe and family of Farmington conn., spent the thanksgiving weekend with or. Metcalfe s parents or. And mrs. Alvin Metcalfe. Or. And mrs. William Day and family spent thanksgiving with mrs. Day s parents or. And mrs. Walter Vogt in new York City. Or. And mrs. Wesley Ruland and family spent thanksgiving White Creek Eleanor Niles master James Lake is confined to his Home with the Chicken pox. Raymond and Harold Taber were guests at the Home of or and mrs. Warren Taber for thanksgiving. Or. And mrs. Howard Robinson entertained or. And mrs. George Robinson of Bennington or. And mrs. Gordon Byars and or. De was Niles for thanksgiving. At the last regular meeting of the Ridge riders Saddle club it was voted to have a Christmas banquet. The time and place will be announced at a later Date. Or. And mrs. George Lobdell spent thanksgiving and the weekend with or. And mrs. John Olsen and family ,. Or. And mrs. Gordon Nesbitt entertained mrs. Charlotte Nesbitt and or. And mrs. Michael Okerman Bethany and Mark of Hoosick Falls on thanksgiving. College students who spent the thanksgiving vacation at their respective Homes Here included Rose Marie Niles and Michael Mccoubrey of state University at Plattsburg Thomas Nesbitt of Norwich University Thomas Hunt and William Gulley from Cornell Richard Niles Alfred University and Donald Niles from Cobleskill technical Institute. Or. And mrs. C. David Niles and sew of Chatham ., were with the Charles Niles family last thursday. Weekend on Long Island . Or. And mrs. Leo Paull and son Richard and Felix Paull of Troy . Spent the Holiday with their sister and family or. And mrs. Ralph Bentley. In and mrs. Fred Bressette of Windsor were also guests of the Bentley. Mitchell Dondero student at Castleton state College was at his Home Here for the Holiday recess. Col. And mrs. . Hastings spent the Holiday with their family in Poughkeepsie . Miss Susan Pennock student nurse at Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington was at her Home Here for the Holiday weekend. Miss Judy Hui student at Champlain College in Burlington spent the thanksgiving weekend with her parents or. And mrs Stuart Hui. Alan Hui who attends Vermont technical Rouege at Randolph spent the weekend with his parents or. And mrs. Julius Hui. The Christmas lights wore Strung across Sunderland streets saturday. Or. And mrs. Michael Keough and son Richard and or. And mrs. Louis Bahan had thanksgiving dinner with their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Wulliam Bahan. Or. And mrs. Joel Grout and Camuy mrs. Annie Grout and Ricky Moody of Manchester conn., or. And mrs. Arthur f. Moody and Camuy and mrs. . Moody sr., were thanksgiving dinner guests of or. And mrs. Fred Grout and Camuy. Or. And mrs. Henry Maguire and Camuy of Howard Beech ., spent the weekend with or. And mrs. Harold Grover and Camuy. Mrs. Ivah Arnold of Washington d.c., is visiting her parents or. And mrs. Everett Squires. Life at Arlington memorial High school has not regained the buoyancy and the High spirits usually found around the Halls and classrooms especially on fridays when everyone is looking Forward to a Busy weekend. Last Friday was no exception and the usual Happy smiles were obvious. As in All Corners of the Earth this buoyancy these High spirits the usual smiles and expectations were Cut Short with one smashing blow. President John f. Kennedy was dead. Following the Long harrowing weekend students were asked to write their feelings and reactions. One freshman boy wrote Quot i never thought much about the president being so important to so Many people but the More i saw and heard the More i realized i did not know about a freshman girl poured out her feelings Quot i had to keep getting up from the television to have a Good cry. I Don t see How his wife kept Back her tears. I could a Junior boy admitted that he still can t make it seem real Quot it keeps coming Back to me and i keep hoping that it in t a senior wrote Quot he was Young and appealed to us teen agers. I already miss his voice and smile Over the to news. I know Johnson will make a Good president but he does t have that attraction the former president had. When president Kennedy smiled we Felt like smiling this week the future homemakers of America will drape the flags in the building and arrange a Small shrine in the Library. These demonstrations of reverence and respect will remain throughout the 30-Day period of mourning. Holiday travellers members of the faculty and students did some travelling Over the thanksgiving weekend. Thomas Ranney spent the Holiday in White River Junction with relatives Gerald Browe drove to his Home in the Northern Corner of the state. He reported that there was no More Winter up there than in Arlington. Coach Fredrickson and mrs. Fredrickson were at shop tonight thursday and Friday til 9 . Give a gift of Corning Ware. It keeps on giving All year Long see our Many other pieces gifts for the Home Percolator 6 cup 6.95 9.95 9 cup Saucepan set Complete with i. In. To quart saucepans 3 covers i handle i Cradle 14.95 ii ii Sis in 5 53 electro Matic Skillet 11 Inch size i no other looks so Nice on the table no other washes so clean 29.95 open tonight thursday and Friday til 9 . Use our convenient Union Street customer parking and Entrance shop value packed downtown Bennington their Homes in Massachusetts. Carl Fortune has just returned from a Ford foundation trip to Concord and Exeter n.h.,so was glad to relax at Home. Cheryl Cullnan accompanied her parents to Minneapolis minn., via train for a visit with Cheryl so sister Joyce and family. Richard Coulombe Jeanne Leonard and Suzanne Hoth All made their Headquarters in new Jersey. Into Massachusetts went Judy Coul Man and Donalyn Hagelberg. To the Christmas town of Bethlehem conn., travelled school nurse Betty Tynan and Mary Margaret Henning. The Metropolis of new York attracted Kathleen Kenny. Custodian Ralph Sherwin trudged off into the Woods with his Bow and Arrow. Cheerleaders Quot Rah Rah Rah Quot the cheerleaders Are practising after school for their first appearance. This year the teams boast of four veterans and two new members. Back again in top form Are Diana Keough Cheryl Blair Bonnie Wilkins and Fay Stroffoleno. Try ing their wings for their first varsity work Are Donna Crofut and Donna Radziejewski. Athletic officers two seniors and a Junior will finish out the year As Arlington athletic association officers. A slate of names of those nominated by the student Council was published. The voting took place monday. Elected to the presidency was Ann Brush to the vice presidency Don Trachte to the office of Secretary and treasurer Diana Keough. Library replenished the Martha Canfield Library Book shelves in the High school Library have been refilled with too fresh books of fiction and non fiction. A trip to the Martha Canfield Library on monday by librarian Mary t. Henning and students Frank Hall Gary Mcintyre and Richard Coulombe accomplished this much needed renewal of additional books. Mrs. Helen Congdon assisted in checking out the books at the town Library. A this wily for car Coats Santa a big news this year the Fox Hunter coat in the new 38&Quot length. Styled by Davis in Cotton Corduroy with a ring of Fox Tail fur at the neckline. Leather trimmed double stitched Yoke and pocket flaps. And the news inside is just As Good. A thick Tri tone a Rilan acrylic pile lining to keep her truly warm. In every detail the Young smart look she adores. Loden Green or Blue

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