Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Dec 20 1965, Page 6

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 6�?Bennington Banner monday december 20, 1965 free Large lifelike Plush Santa doll v \ with each Cable to connection ordered Between now and Christmas special connection fee during this offer. Order Cable to for yourself or As a gift. Well Supply a handsome gift certificate that can be tucked in Santa s hands for presentation to your friends or relatives. Place your order now Call 2-9395 better t v inc. Of Bennington main St. Dial 2-9395 Manchester pupils to feature Folk songs in annual program Jav hopping Busy Falls Santa a Long Winters Manchester a the annual Christmas program under the direction of miss Linda Langworthy will be held at the Manchester elementary school tuesday at 7 45 . Many of the numbers will be american Folk songs. A boys chorus will sing a to come Allye faithful a a some children see him and Quot the Friendly beasts with soloists Michael Hill Allen Markey Dale Tifft and Harold Wessner also Quot of come o come classes of mrs. Patricia Graham mrs. Sara Smith and mrs. Virginia Wilkins will perform a Model children a a telephoning Santa a a oranges apples nuts and Candy and a the Angel soloists and instrumentalists will be Christopher Fendel Trevor Vasey Melissa Bongartz Judith Comar. Robert Markey Michele Ameden Karen Cadoret Lee Bushee Wendy Zecher Michele Martin Rockwood Norse Ronald veg gue Catherine Casey Erin Cor Manchester the annual children a Christmas party Given by the rotary club will be held at the worthy inn tuesday afternoon. Or. Clifford b. Harwood is chairman. Mrs. R. W. Higbie or. Of Manchester showed slides she made during her trips to East Africa to parents and children at it. Laurel school at a Christmas party Friday night. Mrs. Hig Bie has spent the past seven Winters in East Africa where she photographed Many of the continents wild animals. New students who have transferred to Burr and Burton Seminary include John Paskiewicz a Junior from Acton Box Borough regional High school mass. Christine Tetreault a freshmen from Philadelphia a. And three local boys who transferred from Granville . High school Mark Roberts George Hoard and John Benson. Residents of the Equinox nursing Home will be entertained tuesday afternoon at 2 by members of the United women a group of first congregational Church. The boys choir will sing during the Holiday program and party and All women of the Church have been invited to attend. Benmore North St. Shopping polio Bennington Price Arr bom Herr. ,. Raised elsewhere a phone 867-4481 Dorset Vermont Dorset country store re opens dec. 3 thru 24 for Christmas shopping we have homemade Fruitcake. Jams aged Cheddar Sage and Hickory smoked cheese. Combination packages cheese and Maple syrup Fruitcake Appl butter Maple syrup. Vermont life calendars and Vermont eng ement books. We gift wrap and mail. These packages ship beautifully. Nell and Nikki Harrington. Pupils of mrs. Shirley Boyce and miss Annabelle Ellison will present a Christmas dances a a child of god a a seven Joys of Christmas and a classifying special instrumentalists will be Joseph Charbon Neau Trudy Fowler Merrick Counsell David Mccooey Patrick porch Edward Thompson Gregory Parker Michael Casey Gary Lorenzo Scott Krenz Marlene Grant David Casey and Susan Scribner. Classes under James Shea and Edward Thompson will be heard in a Shepherd Shepherd a a Mary had a baby a a Cradle hymn and a one for the Little bitty soloists will be Dorothy Bushee Keith Ellis Jodi Harrington and Alan Kelleher. Instrumentalists will be Susan Counsell Stephen Zoufaly and Jodi Harrington. Mrs. Leona Mcclellan and miss Albina Perry Are the teachers of classes presenting a to Mary where is your baby a a Jesus born in Bethlehem and a the twelve Days of instrumentalists and soloists will include Gary Ameden Allen Markey Timothy Baker Sean Breen Peter Cone William Lafarge Lucy costello James Fisk Gregory Fleming Roger Parker Donna Rosenburg William Secoy and Desenburg William Secoy and Deborah Ward. Lucy Kent and Alison Otis on flutes and Joan Ellis on the violin will accompany sixth Grade classes of Sven Erickson and miss Joyce Keough in a Christmas other numbers to be offered will be a i saw three ships a a go Tell it on the Mountain and a Rise up the Grade 7 and 8 chorus will present a around and round the Christmas tree a a Lulla Bye of the Bells and a Jesus Jesus rest your other special numbers will be a bring those Christmas Bells by a girls chorus a Christmas Bell Carol by a mixed select group and a using we now of Christmas by the chorus. Accompanist will be Joseph Stannard usher ettes Kelly naw Rath Cheryl Parker Jill pen Nock and Louise Zoufaly and stage hands Edward Campbell Clarence Chittenden Gregory Comar and Rex Sheldon. Hoosick Falls n. Y. A there s one Santa who is going to be ready for a a Long Winter s Nap when the season is Over. Walter w or Musky who has been playing Santa Claus a a Superb Here for the past 17 years was kept Busy Over the weekend a playing his favorite role. On saturday afternoon he provided a special treat for children and adults alike As he Rode through downtown a spectacular sight in his Bright red Sleigh tossing Candy bars to the children. Then he made an appearance at the annual Christmas party for children sponsored by the town of Hoosick Lions club at the Community Center. The popular gentleman was forced to cancel invitations to appear at parties held Early saturday evening when he was serving in another capacity at the St. Mary s basketball game Here but he resumed his Santa role late saturday night when he accompanied members of the local Lodge of elks to Albany to make an appearance pm the cerebral palsy telethon and personally present its donation. Sunday s commitments began at 1 30 . When he appeared at the annual family Christmas party of first United Church. He then entertained Brownie girl Santa drops cheer on Way Hoosick Falls . A Hoosick Falls Santa Walter Wir Musky decked in his St. Nicholas garb appeared pm the cerebral palsy telethon television broadcast shortly before i . Sunday during the beginning of the i is hour program. A past exalted ruler of the Hoosick Falls Lodge of elks Wirmusky was requested by the local Lodge to present personally its contribution of $100 during the broadcast. He was accompanied by other Lodge members to the Washington Avenue state armory in Albany late saturday night. Greeting emcee Jack Smith with a cheery merry Christmas the local Santa explained that he a was asked by the Hoosick Falls exalted ruler to drop off the local elks donation in Albany on his Way to the North pole. Guess who a Back with us sleepy Santa that a who. He a sitting Here on the Edge of our shelf snoozing until you come to claim him for Only $1.25. I i i i Shu Candle Mill Eist Arlington. Vermont i daily �-5 sundays 1-3 banquet game table a Ideal for the entire family Quot. All Wood Quality construction natural or Walnut finish. 45 inches a Overall Width. 8 Large pockets by chips. 8 Large receptacles Tot glasses and or Ash trays. Regulation size 33%&Quot diameter playing surface. Double Locking leg Brace absolute stability. Fine Grade of Green Gold red or beige Felt. Also available in Green Dur Hyde. Lifetime guaranteed Masonite pre so Wood top. Sturdy heavy duty legs. Folds away in a Jiffy Reg. $24.95 �?T16�?o open till 9 . 434 main St. Dial 7-7133 Dennington Man about town a traffic was tied up in Hoosick Falls saturday afternoon when the towns own Santa chucked the Little ones under the Chin and promised All manner of goodies for Christmas. Scouts at their Christmas party at the municipal building and from this engagement went to the Hoosick Falls health Center where his Surprise appearance proved to be an exciting treat for the appreciative patients each of whom he greeted with a merry Christmas and a Chat. Also sunday afternoon Wirmusky did the honors at a Nancy shoe company party held at the Community Center. Santa was then driven to Watervliet for a scheduled engagement at the Polaski Hall where youngsters of the parochial elementary school were awaiting his arrival then to Mechanicville where he wound up the Days visits with an appearance at a Christmas party for children sponsored by the Hempstead Park fire department. Tonight the celebrity is scheduled for another appearance in Watervliet where he will play Santa at a Christmas party for nurses at the Welcome inn. On wednesday he is expected to visit youngsters at St. Mary a Academy and the Central school at their scheduled parties. Am alg out of town appearances last week was one at the Troy country club and another at St. Brig it a school in Watervliet. This special Santa who has been known to cause an unbelieving child to regain Faith is realistic to the nth degree. His Good appetite keeps him physically fit and in perfect shape his Jolly disposition and gift of gab Are unsurpassed. To Complete a perfect picture the spirited personality has gone to great lengths and personal expense to fill the Bill with an authentic Santa wardrobe. Wirmusky a suit and Cap of Rich red velvet and White trim was tailored made by a local seamstress and his luxurious White Beard with a Brand new erne purchased this year comes tailor made from new York. The extra wide Belt of leather for his suit was specially made at Nancy shoe company Here and his buckle was made at Noble amp Wood company. To Complete the ensemble his boots were also specially detailed at the Nancy shoe. And Luries department store has provided the civic minded gentleman who donates his services just for the Joy of serving with a special carrying Box for carrying his Holiday outfit on tour Santa to visit Dorsa Smau Fry Dorset a the Community Christmas tree for Dorset and East Rupert children Between the Ages of two and la will be held tuesday at 8 . At the Dorset playhouse. Besides a visit from St. Nick Jack Straw Weston a Well known entertainer and innkeeper will be around to provide some musical amusement which will entertain the parents As Well As their offspring. The Pownal Vera Lang la is 823-7716 a Christmas party for children of employees at the Warren wire co. Was held sunday afternoon at the Pownal firehouse. Host was local 6614 of the United steelworkers at the general Cable corporation s Warren wire Plant. Included were children of both Union members and management. Presents were distributed to some 300 children and movies were shown. Starting monday night december 20th thru 5 30 Christmas Ive we will Start marking Down prices on toys to give last minute shoppers some real bargains he sure to Stop in Bennington bookshop 416 main St. Dial 2�?5136 Bienko whisky m proof ask Grain Neutral spirits c 966 Schenley Olst co Etc Schell ice. Holiday get gift a let Schenley Reserve reflect your gift Lur giving a the Best of spirits a Schenley the season s most tasteful gift comes to you in the magnificent Starlight decanter. Together they Are the brightest note of Good cheer for the Holiday season. Starlight decanter beautifully gift wrapped with our compliments. Fifth 9 a in Voo pint in

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