Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Dec 13 1965, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 13, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Tri Valley Union study names chairmen Manchester a members of the steering committee of the Tri Valley regional school study met Friday night for a Brief session and decided to meet again Jan. 26. The committee heard prelim Inary report from the curriculum committee by mrs. Eleanor Raf Tery and formally appointed chairmen toothed subsidiary committees. Arlington Helene Thompson a 375-2325 monday a 8 ., Wei veterans of Manchester and Arlington meet in the legion rooms Arlington 8 ., Arlington school band officers and committee members meet at the Community House. Tuesday �?630 ., Buffet supper and Christmas party for the Yankee doodles drum and Bugle corps at the Community House. Members Are asked to bring a gift to Exchange 8 ., american legion auxiliary meets in the legion rooms. County planners meet tonight Arlington a two representatives from each Bennington county town in the form of an a had Hock planning committee will meet tonight at 7 30 at the Fisher elementary school Here. Purpose of the meeting is to formulate costs and procedures for the presentation of an article in town meeting warnings requesting funds and participation in a county wide regional plan association. The meeting is sponsored by the Arlington planning commission. Wednesday a 6 Annual drive for association of retarded children will be conducted by the West Arlington Junior 4-h club throughout the town. Wednesday a 7 ., Arlington Home demonstration club will hold a banquet and Christmas party at the Green Mountain diner. Everyone is asked to bring a gift for the grab bag. 7 30 ., Batten kill Grange meets at Grange Hall West Arlington 7 30 ., Enterprise society of the Federated Church will hold a Christmas party in Bailey Hall to which All women of the Church Are invited. Thursday a 7 ., grades 1-8, Arlington schools will present their annual Christmas program at the amps gym. Friday a to ., Enterprise society meets at Bailey Hall to pack Christmas cheer baskets. Saturday a 2 ., a Christmas party for All veterans children will be held at the legion rooms. Those attending Are asked to bring a gift for Exchange marked boy or girl and the appropriate age. Sunday a 6 30 ., modality members of St. Margaret Mary a Church meet at the Home of mrs. Wilbur Corey to pack Christmas baskets. Carleton g. Howe a Burr and Burton Seminary trustee was named head of the finance committee and John m. Moore chairman of the Arlington school Board was made chairman of the physical Plant and location committee. Neil e. Cross superintendent of the Bennington Rutland supervisory District agreed to coordinate reports of the enrolment committee. Because conclusions reached in each report will depend on facts derived in the others the committees will distribute copies of their findings am alg themselves. Distribution will be coordinated by Eugene v. Kayatta committee co chairman. The purpose of the reports is to bring to the attention of the Public facts concerning the value of establishing a regional school Union in the Tri Valley area. The reports will eventually be presented in Booklet form by the committee. Also attending fridays meeting was mrs. Emily Kim Johnson publicity director of the Southern Vermont Art Center who will edit the forthcoming presentation. East Arlington Sunderland Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 the Enterprise society will hold its Christmas party wednesday at 7 30 At Bailey Hall. Each woman is reminded to bring a gift for the Elizabeth Lund Home and also to bring a favorite Christmas poem or prose to offer on the program. Bennington Banner monday december 13, 1965-0 the Pownal Vera 823-7716 the december meeting of the Pownal Parent teacher group will be held tuesday night at 8 in the Center school. Guest speaker will be Alan Page mathematics coordinator of Bennington graded school District who has been giving a series of talks to Parent teacher groups in the Bennington area. Proceeds of $115 were received saturday from a Christmas Bazaar sponsored by the we omens Fellowship of the Pownal Center Community Church. All members of the group assisted with arrangements. Carol singing will once More be heard throughout North Pownal Village dec. 22. All Young people of the Community grades 5 through High school Are invited to participate and Are asked to meet at the congregational Church at 6 30 Fol lowing the Carol sing refreshments will be served at the Church. Anyone wishing to assist has been asked to Contact mrs. Earle v. Church mrs. Richard e. Champney or the Rev. John c. Hatch. Cpl. And mrs. Joseph e. Sebas Tino and their eight month old twin sons Matthew and Mark of Kittery Maine visited mrs. Sebastino s parents or. And mrs. Edward King of North Pownal Over the weekend. Cpl. Seb Astino is chief Cook at the Portsmouth . Naval base and has served three and one half years of a five year enlistment period 18 months of which he was on duty overseas. Pic in Pac reasonable sensible prices open la To to Closed wednesday and Christmas i la. Maxwell House Coffee free with $10.00 Purchase below Chain store prices 201 South St., Bennington Christmas class a first Grade sunday school children of the first congregational Church Manchester stand before a creche in the Sanctuary of the Church they had just filled with figures of the nativity last week with the assistance of the pastor the Rev. Jerome j. Hevey or. The White China figurines were a gift to the Rev. Or. Hevey from the sunday school in his former Church in Philadelphia a. From left front Row Are Debbie Townsend Cheryl Townsend Bonnie Barstow second Row Thomas Hevey and Laurie Barstow third Row David Lawrence David Barney and Kimberly Frost. Ringheiser Pownal pastor Amidon Hedges on status As gubernatorial candidate latest patterns by Armstrong and Gold Bond ceiling a a tiles i y a Quot Cash amp carry h. Greenberg amp son. Inc. 321 main St. Dial 2-6325 Bennington perfect gifts for Christmas wines. Champagne imported and Domestic in fancy gift Cartons receives Call to North Adams Pownal a the Rev. Isabel g. King of Pownal Center has been called to serve As permanent pastor of the Blackinton Union Church Massachusetts Avenue North Adams. She was in charge of her first service there during the la of clock worship sunday morning. A native of Glasgow Scotland where she was a student in the foreign missionary Field the Rev. King came to the United states in 1932 and was ordained in 1934 by the Grace and Hope Mission Council in Baltimore my. She has served in several states including new York Maryland new Jersey Massachusetts Pennsylvania and Virginia and she has conducted evangelistic campaigns in Boston and Vicinity. She resigned in 1963 after serving As pastor of the Pownal Center Community Church for lll/2 years. Gallon kegs of Beer with tap fancy fruit baskets made to order Heartwell Ville a former state treasurer George h. Amidon said a a it a a Little too Early to answer this questions Friday night when he was queried on his possible candidacy next year Tor governor during a District 32 gop Victory dinner Here. Amidon called for continued vigilance on the part of republicans and outlined future planning including Highway construction in the Western part of the state. He said Vermont was in sound financial condition. Amidon was introduced by James w. Lounsbury master of ceremonies who called him a dedicated Man still serving and giving his time and Effort for the Best interests of Vermont. The dinner held in a Christmas setting at he amp it Bellville Lodge was attended by representatives of All seven towns in the District. Lounsbury also introduced victorious candidates sen. Allan b. Angney or. Of Arlington sen. Salvatore Santarcangel of Bennington rep. Kenalene Collins of Readsboro and Ira d. Whitney of Stamford. Madkour s Central Market modern a Dove the Symbol As Well As the design is strengthened by the use of Jet Black Ebony and glistening Metal. Sterling $12 workshop 6c Knirs i Votow it. The buckle this buckle does not Bend Delft Sitf or otherwise Wear your leather. Price includes fide Belt Sterling $11 Dorset Marchen Skinner a 8674490 after spending several Days at her Home in Dorset hollow mrs. T. Wylie Kinney returned to new York City where she and or. Kinney Are spending several months. The annual Christmas Chicken pie supper held at the United Church of Dorset and East Rupert proved As successful As anticipated. Mrs. Raymond Park chairman reports she thought the supper netted around $240 for the Benefit of the women a Fellowship. Comments of a a overindulgence seemed to prove the nastiness of the food. One diner was so delighted with his piece of Coconut Cream pie for dessert that he is still hoping to find its Baker. It Isnit hard to guess Whyl a new source of lights will sparkle through the Trees pm the hollow Road when the Robert leonards move into their new skidding car hits pole at Manchester Manchester a despite hazardous driving conditions this weekend there was Only one Minoi Accident reported in the Manchester area this weekend. At 7 20 this morning a car operated by Willard Charles Washburn 22, of Rutland and owned by Wilbur a. Milker of Middletown Springs skidded Chi . 7 North of Manchester Center and spinning and travelling in a backward direction smashed into a Utility pole. According to Manchester police there was approximately $ 150 damage to the rear of the car but no injuries to the Driver or passengers John Wiliker of Middletown Springs and Edward Weatherbee of West Rutland were reported. The pole was undamaged. Officer Louis Nicholson investigated. On Friday night a late Model station Wagon driven by Sammy Greenberg of Manchester Center struck and killed a Doe on Danby Flats on . 7. There was extensive damage to the right front of the Greenberg car. Greenberg who was alone at the time was uninjured. The Accident was reported to game Warden James Williams of Dorset. Home this week atop a Bluff on the Albert Evans property known As the Denot Beck estate. Hoosick fulls Post office lists schedule Hoosick Falls n. Y. A postmaster a. J. Wirmusky has announced the following window services for the Christmas period. Mon., dec. 13 a Fri dec. 17, parcel Post and stamp window 7 45 To 6 Sat., dec. 18, parcel Post and stamp window 7 45 To 5 Sun., dec. 19, parcel Post and stamp window 9 To i Mon., dec. 20 a wed., dec. 22, parcel Post and stamp window 7 45 To 6 Thurs. Dec. 23 a Fri. Dec. 24, parcel Post and stamp window Back to regular hours 8 15 To 5 30 No service will be Given dec. 25, Christmas Day. Ail parcels will be delivered dec. 24, including special deliveries of any class. The Post office lobby will be opened from 9 To 5 North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyet 442-4516 a workshop session in Christmas decoration will occupy the villagers homemakers Extension club at their meeting tuesday at 8 At the Library. Members will be working on wreaths Centrepieces and other decorating ideas for Christmas. Mrs. Clarence Barney will be on hand to help those who May wish to learn to make wreaths. Interested women should bring All materials including wire coat hangers and greens to the meeting. The villagers instead of exchanging Christmas gifts will be contributing gifts in the share program for the Brandon training school and these should be brought to tuesdays meeting. Mrs. Robert Mcwaters and mrs. Arthur Wickenden will pro vide refreshments for tired decorators and mrs. C. E. Bluto will furnish the mystery article. A tits to land preview shop now while stocks Are Complete credit terms to suit you blackboard i buddy l Cement mixer has colourful card Chart with alphabet and numerals Chalk and Eraser. Mixes Quot Concrete Quot in route. Hopper drum 1 hours mix Down Chute. Sturdily suspension. Length 16 a it inches loading Tilting built with Spring tem. Y. 4fabulous Bride doll a a with Trousseau giant Dozer 7 99 gorgeous 20-Inch Beauty in a Complete elegant bridal costume. Fully jointed. Stunning six piece Trousseau. All steel. Olive drab color. I Blade is controlled by 3 i position lever. Length. 12vi inches. Custom car kits i Mort parts. Builds dozens of intricate models. A a includes modern girders and Bright bar coloured panels. La c 264 Economy Auto stores inc. 530 main Street Bennington Vermont

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