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Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Dec 23 1963, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 23, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont 686-910j Bennington Banner monday december 23, 1963-7 troop 64, sponsored by the Church of the immaculate Conception conducted their annual yuletide cd Urt of Honor and parents recently in the Parish Hall. A Tenderfoot investiture ceremony was conducted and John Sennett was formally received into the troop. The Den chiefs installation ceremony was also conducted and William Thurber William Rasch Michael Scarey and Charles Frazier were presented their Den chiefs warrants and Den chiefs cords. Henry j. Marcoux chairman of the Board of review presented advancement awards to Philip Dwyer for advancement from second to first class scout and Merit badges to John Barber canoeing Charles Frazier swimming Michael Scarey hiking James Gorman pioneering animal Industry gardening scholarship woodcarving and citizenship in the nation and Dennis Shaw for woodcarving. Patrol leaders of the Hawk and Eagle patrols who received patrol leaders warrants were Dennis Shaw and Gary Crucetti. Raymond Morin was presented a warrant to serve As troop librarian. Other awards made were two five year service stars to the two remaining charter members of the troop Michael Rice and William Marcoux. Four years service was awarded to John Barber William Gorman and . Wirmusky three years to Raymond Morin two years to d. Shaw David Morin Albert Peg Low and James Sennett one year service stars to James Morin Joseph Martelle Stanley Butkas Michael Scarey w. Rasch p. Dwyer William Thurber c. Frazier r. Wrubleski t. Crowley j. Dwyer j. Gorman g. Crucetti m. Burns b. Valentine a. Butkus and b. Daven dolls. Members of the troop brought canned fruit in the meeting in lieu of exchanging gifts and this was delivered to the Hoosick Falls health Center. Refreshments for scouts and parents attending were served at the close. Tin cow mils \ Ora i. Langlais i j 77 i Rev. John c. Hatch announced there will be a candlelight service at la of clock Christmas eve at the North Pownal congregational Church with meditation an appropriate message and traditional carols. Mountain towns Carlo Wolter to 4 3993 fridays temperatures dropped to the coldest night in the area on Searsburg Mountain when the thermometer hit 16 below Zero. It remained at to below almost All Day saturday. Seaman apprent. John Morgan was a weekend visitor at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Henry Morgan. Sunday afternoon he returned to Portland Maine where he is stationed. He is scheduled to leave for Bermuda on the . Coast guard Cutter Cook Inlet. George Briggs former town clerk of Searsburg now a resident of Jacksonville was a visitor at the Home of his brother Allen Briggs thursday. He was accompanied by his daughter mrs. Byron Morse. Assisting in the ceremonies were Michael Rice and . Wirmusky Junior assistant scoutmaster William Marcoux senior patrol Leader John Barber assistant senior patrol Leader and Richard a. Severson scoutmaster. Band plans members of the holy Namei society of the Church of the immaculate Conception held their regular monthly meeting in the Parish Hall. John Galvagno of the Tan Sitor electronic Plant was the speaker and intrigued the members with the scientific operation of a Little Black Box. Members of the society have begun a reorganization of the bands and have elected the following to serve As band leaders Raymond Rogers will Lead St. Philips band James Hewson St. Matthews John Button St. Matthias James Sennett St. Andrewes William Allard St. Bartholomew a Raleigh Tatro St. James the greater a Frank Martelle St. James the less Henry j. Marcoux St. Johns band and Richard Severson St. Thomas. Reports on the Progress of the bands will be made at the regular meeting of the society in january. Joseph Buckley is securing new membership cards for the members of the society and they will be available at the january meeting also. Manchester Nancy Olin 362-1044 the Lions club held its annual Christmas ladies night thursday at the worthy inn with a banquet and dance. Community singing was led by Roy w. Barstow and accompanied by mrs. Barstow. Gifts were presented to All the wives. During the evening King lion Kenneth Hill presented Barstow with a past presidents pin. Visiting until Friday with or. And mrs. E. Roger Wile of is their son Keith of Pittsburgh pa., and their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Ian Wilcox of Cleveland Ohio. Miss Betty treat a teacher in Granby mass., is spending the holidays with her parents or. And mrs. Edwin k. Treat of Manchester depot. A the nativity a a pageant was presented by the Young people of the first congregational Church sunday night during the annual Candle lighting service. Directed by mrs. Alton Hicks the pageant cast included Judy Pennock Susan Saunders Kyle Johnson Melanie Otis Alison Otis Jill Pennock Dennis Edson Herbert Smalley berthing Ley Aaron Hill Richard Coburn David Edson and Hamilton Hayes. The Rev. E. H. Nickerson was in charge of music and Melanie Otis was soloist. Christmas refreshments were served in the vestry at the close of the service by mrs. Kenneth Hill and mrs. E. H. Nickerson. Brian and Joann Hill son and daughter of or. And mrs. Kenneth Hill arrived thursday from Catawba College Salisbury n.c., where they Are students. They will return by Jan. 3. Also visiting at the Hill Home Over the weekend were or. And mrs. . Raban and son William of Hamden Conn. Mrs. Blanchard Stone who has been a patient at the Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington for Over a month has returned to her Home at Manchester Center. Arlington Helene thompson�?375232. Or. And mrs. Frank Murray of new Rochelle n.j., Are spending the holidays at sugar Bush farm. Christopher and Kent Guida of it. Harmon school North Hampton mass., Are with their grandmother mrs. Ernest Kent for the holidays. Their parents or. And mrs. James Guida daughter Susan and son Peter will join them for Christmas. School vacation is now under Way and the following teachers have left Arlington for the holidays or. And mrs. Gerald Browe went to Alburg vt., or. And mrs. Carl Fortune to Greensboro and Craftsbury vt., miss Elizabeth Tallerico to North Adams or. And mrs. John Orvis will spend part of their vacation in Claremont n.h., and or. And mrs. Fredrickson in Westfield mass. At St. James episcopal Church Midnight eucharist will Start at 11 30 Christmas eve and at to . Holy eucharist will Start Christmas Day. Or. And mrs. James Kelly arrived saturday. The following College students have arrived Home Mary Whelan of Emmanuel College Boston mass., Thomas Whalen from St. Louis University Law school John Whalen of . Law school Alice Mae Norris of Sim Mons College Boston mass., Charles a a Chuck Marsh of Dart Mouth College and James Keene of u.v.m., Terry and Peter he Rich of Harvard and Jessie he Rich of Smith College. Frederick a a Ricky Moody is Home from Cheney technical school Manchester Conn., Donald a a chips Kendall from the Berkshire school Sheffield mass., Peter Marsh and Alan Coulman from it. Herman school. The Arlington fire dept will hold its annual meeting and election of officers tonight at the East Arlington fire House at 8. Or. And mrs. Ralph Wyman and son Arthur and or. And mrs. Ralph Sherwin and daughter Dianne Are motoring to fort Wayne Indiana and Chicago in. Andy Livingston is on his Way Home from his base in Alaska for a 30<lay leave. Amp Wmk with Quot my Cak pct scr ski he a got everything for Home improvement except the Money. That a Why hell make a Low Cost Home improvement loan at the Vermont Bank and Trust company. You should too. The Vermont Bank and Trust co. We umm m Fout mum ski Apo Mumm a thimm a Rutland Mem Hurm Iau a Okstel hours open a til 9 mon., dec. 23rd. Closed at 6 tues., dec. 24th closed Christmas Day free strawberries buy of a gallon _ of red amp White ice Cream f6 pm Piatt savings and receive a 120. Pkg. Of r. A w. Frozen strawberries. Free Del Monte Butterfield fruit cocktail Grade a 28 of. Can 39< turkeys Tom 1822 lbs plump Broad breasted la. A Ocean Spray Cranberry sauce i ii Shank portion 6 of. Can 2 39< ham35< California Navel Lieym a Tomato juice oranges 59< 4 la. Bag 8 of. Can 27< Green giant peas red amp White Coffee new blend la. Can celery hearts lettuce red amp White butter heavy duty-18�?� x 25�?T Reynolds wrap Scott dinner napkins Betty Crocker pie crust mix Kellings mixed nuts jumbo Large head 29 19c la. Pkg. Large pkg. 20 of. Pkg. 14 of. Can 69< 16 of. Can 2 for wan a 39 super duper just off main Street on depot Street mtg no coupon30000q in. Too Bonus . Double eff Stamps Withof Texas Stamps each wed. Nylons a thru dec. 24, one Coupon i per customer heres last weeks winners in a plays a vet Here Are 1,000 top value stamp winners 10,000 top value Stamps at in super mph i markets Jack Stevenson 110 county Street Kathryn Brooks red #1 Bennington mrs. James Morrisey 246 depot Street other top value stamp winners mrs. Anna Billert i 06 pleasant St. Mrs. Arnold Revett no. Pennington Road Gertrude Bishop no. Bennington mrs. Joan Reil 301 depot St.�?i�?.-. George Regan 123 r Iver St. Mrs. Donald Phillips Lyons District have you played save yet a very merry Christmas to All

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