Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Dec 9 1965, Page 10

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 9, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 10-Bennington Banner thursday december 9, 1965 West Arlington Sand Gale nors Hafl Lions hear student describe her african summer Betty Trachte 375-2223 Matthew Carl is the name Given to the baby born last week to it. . And mrs. Harold Zimmerman of Yerba Buena Island Calif. The baby smother is the former Patricia Hess daughter of or. And mrs. Law Rie Hess and Zimmerman is the son of mrs. Thurston Hulet of East Arlington. He is assigned to the . Cahokia based at san Francisco. Or. And mrs. George Hughes of Sandgate spent last weekend in Cambridge mass. Paying a Christmas visit to their daughter and son in Law or. And mrs. Anthony Mastrobuono. Mastro Buono is studying this year at Harvard University. Shaftsbury a miss Carol Lazarus a Bennington College student who was affiliated with a operations Crossroads Africa a was guest speaker tuesday evening at a meeting of the no Shaft Lions club. Miss Lazarus introduced by lion Fred Wohnus explained the program of a operation Crossroads Africa a then gave a Brief description of the country of 195 million Washington up a the population of the United states reached 195 million on aug. 26, 1965, according to estimates of the census Bureau. This was an increase of about 2.5 million since aug. 26, 1964. Shaftsbury fran Stacy a 442-6524 the Rev. . Macdonald spent tuesday in Glens Falls n.y., As a member of the curriculum consultation committee of the Troy conference of the methodist Church. A regular meeting of the Shaftsbury school association will be monday at 8 . In the elementary school. President Joe Crossman reports that this will be an important meeting As pertinent information on fund raising projects will be discussed. Harold Shepard teacher at the red Brick school will be guest speaker teeing about the mentally retarded child and the program carried on at the red Brick school. Or. And mrs. William Squires of East Street Are parents of a son James Paul born thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Squires is the former Rose Helen Hall daughter of or. And mrs. William Hall and the Young Man has one brother William Floyd. The women a society of Christian service will hold its regular meeting tuesday at 6 30 . In the Church social room with the executive committee in charge of the covered dish supper. Everyone is asked to either a salad or casserole and a gift for her Friendly sister. All without Friendly Sisters Are asked Friendly Sisters will be announced at that time. Mrs. Hazel Macdonald mrs. Ardella Morin and mrs. Jessie Peters Are on the committee for Christmas decorations for this meeting. Troop 31 the troop committee of boy scout troop no. 31 will meet with the boys monday evening and a member of the Bennington Rescue squad will show a movie on first Aid. Every boy has volunteered to go to Pownal sunday to Cut Christmas Trees which the troop will sell. Proceeds will go into the troop Treasury. The project will be under the direction of scoutmaster Alan Hess and Edwin Colvin of the outdoor committee. Boys will also do a recording for Watn in an Effort to solicit recruits for the troop. This will be under the direction of Arthur Jones and Robert Fletcher. At the committee meeting plans will be made for the troop Christmas party dec. 20. Charter Senegal where she spent last summer. She outlined its location major crops and exports described her trip and areas she worked in living conditions and differences she found Between countries colonized by French and English. The program is privately sponsored to senti students to Africa to work with african students she said and under it 300 students from All Over the United states annually go to Africa. Miss Lazarus showed coloured slides of the country and culture to further explain the program and what it is trying to accomplish. The next regular meeting of the no Shaft club will be dec. 21 at North Bennington congregational Church. The ladies have been invited to this dessert meeting and Carol sing which will Start at 7 30 . The no Shaft club has been invited to join with other clubs in the area for a meeting Jan. 18 at it. Anthony country club. James Dupont guest speaker will talk on a Patent for beaming teacher mrs. Susie Cole teacher at Peru school smiles proudly with prizewinners Bernard Baker and Diane Alden who have Learned they took second and third in the annual forestry essay contest sponsored by the Vermont dept of forests and Parks in their District. Dibble two winning essayists announced at Peru school White Creek Eleanor Niles Jolly Janes 4-h club held its december business meeting saturday at the White Creek schoolhouse. It was voted to Send $25 to the 4-h club swimming Pool fund and $25 was Given to the White Creek firemen a auxiliary. Mrs. Charles Clark assisted members in making Christmas decorations. Group Iii will meet at the Home of Laurie George saturday at 1 30 . For the meeting on a a let a sew Francis Murphy is confined to his Home by illness. He expects to enter Putnam memorial Hospital soon for observation and possible surgery. Airman Frank Tanner of Pease fab . Spent the weekend with his parents or. And mrs. Frank Tanner. Grange notes a state Home economics committee meeting called by mrs. Clarence Decker sr., was held at Batten kill Grange sunday afternoon. Fifty members attended representing Killington Washington Allen District and Ethan Allen Pomona Granges also Everett Willard of Newport state Grange master mrs. Viola Wilcox Manchester Center state Junior Grange supt. And Deputy Charles Mason of Pawlet. The meeting consisted of instruction in Home economics work on National and state Levels. A pot Luck supper was served following the meeting with Batten kill Home economics committee chairman mrs. Viola Coolidge in charge. Mrs. Theresa Wood was recipient of a birthday cake. Automated bigger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. Peru a news arrived at the Peru school wednesday that two upper Grade pupils at the two Peru Alice Dibble 824-5407 night Jan. Cussed. To will also be Dis a rehearsal for the Christmas pageant will be held at first methodist Church saturday at 2 30 . Under the direction of mrs. Virginia Dooley. All sunday school pupils and faculty Are urged to attend. Or. And mrs. Willard Riggins of Landgrove Are in their Winter Home at Cape Haze Placida Fla. Here for the weekend were several families or. And mrs. Payson Coleman of Lawrence . At their Home in a Woods and water Peru getting ready for Christmas which will be spent Here with their four children or. And mrs. Robert Myhrum of Bedford Village n.y., who enjoyed with their two sons skating on their fire Pond created last summer and or. And mrs. Clarence Michalun of Long Island n.y., who were in their newly finished Home in Peru designed by Fritz Dill Man Manchester architect waiting for the arrival of their new swedish furniture. Teachers from Londonderry Weston and Landgrove met with supt. Charles Nasson of Chester tuesday afternoon to order supplies for next year when these separate schools will be joined in the new Union District no. 20 elementary school now being built on Vermont la Between Landgrove and Londonderry. On tuesday evening the View of Stratton Mountain from ver Salem s Home cured corned beef Salem a super All beef Hamburg lean Boneless la ground fresh every hour la. Wilson s Corn King sliced Bacon Colomal 3rand cold r Pimento a of a a Roni cuts cheese la 79 2 79 59 Salem s Horr made italian hot sausage link 99 Salem a homemade Vii Nib sausages ,.79�?~bologna 59�?~ oysters a a colonial Brand fresh order now for Christmas local Vermont Butterball honeysuckle turkeys turkeys turkeys Indian River Pink m of Ai Sweet _ Wal . No. I Grapefruit 10-s1l tangerines 25,? potatoes 50 Chase and san born a in in e a a a Hal i Jemmy 2 a 1 in i a 20c 49 Corn of i Del Monte mazola 59 save 10c Tomato sauce 6 59 Duncan Hines Jessica pure a you n cake mix 3-i 22 la i of Strawberry Jam a Pion Way pizza mix Blue Bird sweetened Grapefruit juice of you Cream Corn 6 fireside you Fia bars is 3 Mont la near Peru was Beautiful with a full Moon Clear starlit sky and of lights for the Snow making activity which has been going on there since the cold weather tuesday. Snow making at Stratton continued wednesday and it is hoped there will be enough for skiing next weekend. Deans and Deaconesses of Peru and Londonderry congregational churches met last thursday for regular Church business. During the meeting the Rev. Richard Pryce minister of both churches and in charge of a operation Friendship from Springfield to Bennington stressed the desire of the foreign students who come to Homes Here dec. 26-31 to be with an american family. They have Little desire to be entertained with lots of plans he said room school have received prizes for their essays a what Vermont forests mean to Bernard Baker Grade 8, son of or. And mrs. Bernard Baker of the Russell inn who would like to be in the forestry service when he grows up won second prize in the District. Diane Alden Grade 7, daughter of mrs. David Farnum won third prize in the District. Cash awards will be made after the Christmas holidays. Top prize of $10 was won by a Pupil in Proctorsville. Other prizes Are $5 and $2. Mrs. Susie Cole of Londonderry teacher for the five upper grades 4-8 at Peru school is beaming. A this happens in other schools but it has never happened to us let before a she said today. The Vermont dept of forests and Parks annually sponsors an essay contest in which pupils of grades 7 and 8 Are urged to participate by supt. Charles p. Nasson of the Windsor Southwest District. Of a Iuria hotel in Boston two blocks from mass. Turnpike exit \ thy Friendly hot amp a All rooms with private Bath television radio rooms with air conditioning a 3 Poy fuck or let a on write or plan a special student rates Walter j. Carney of neral manager free overnight Auto parking a air a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 4 exciting Houda y savings in our m a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a he a a i Jurn comi choose from our tremendous selection of Mem Kenners new easy show movie projector of my. Tow met with 6 movies of to and cartoon favorite. Repeat without rewinding. For fat free better cooking every Day love Dupont Teflon griddle with Nylon Spatula Christmas tree �6" Teardrop a ornaments h5 assorted colors to Box two tone aluminium foil Garland 29< i i so in glittering Silver foil icicles 25< too itian01 to Mimi 15�?o red Plush Christmas stockings Topper s Chic Penny Brite 8-Inch doll for delicious griddle cakes Bacon sausage eggs hamburgers and you Cook without a drop of fat soap a my Christmas filled Chip n dip set Rich Grope Ond Vine de Ign glad bowl and dip Ira plated clip. Ideal Botte gift. Aladdin tops in vacuum bottles hot Piht 399 colourful Paskier Christmas lard a tarted Holiday design the a Bas. Save naw. Colourful foil�?3 Rous Box gift paper 26�?� wide x 90 Long Box jumbo assortment seals tags cards 25 200 piece to package big savings from our Sweet shop Mattu s a life like Quot skipper 9 i Inch poll Ohr Blende he Ninette l0w or a Titian half j 4, Hairbrush comb wire stand included. Large 2 la. Fruit cake Panov reusable tin. Fine Quality i rum and Brandy j Flavoured. Deran miniature chocolates 1 i la. Light i dark chocolates Box Christmas a Nard candies 24o. Bog glamorous Holiday toiletries at gift budget pleasing prices evening in Paris gift in leu de Tollette end Cologne a meekly gift boned dusting powder a perfume gift set a to Al. Container end i1/, it. Perfume. Ladies Brush a comb set gift seed a peer i Pink a or Mue i Bend let b ladies 3-pc. Dresser so Nylon Brush Mirror and a comb gift i my a a it l�jfe7 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a it

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