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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 30, 1963, Bennington, Vermont The Pownal Vera Langlais 823-7716 the Pownal Reservoir which has a capacity of 100,000 to Iso too Gallons when full has now dropped two feet below the Ordinary level according to Murray f. Lewis owner of the Pownal water co. Or. Lewis stated last night that the Only plausible explanation for the drop would be that residents Are leaving faucets open in an Effort to prevent freezing pipes during the current cold spell. He made a tour of South Pownal Homes on saturday asking for cooperation in not letting the water run. During the prolonged drought of last summer when other area reservoirs were dry the one in South Pownal maintained a High level. The annual Holiday dance for Pownal fire auxiliary department members and guests was enjoyed by 50 people saturday night at the firehouse with music from 8 30 on provided by Carsons orchestra of Clarksburg mass. A Buffet supper was served by the committee including mrs. Rolland Roy mrs. George Renner mrs. Glenn Sweet mrs. Grace Hill mrs. Lloyd Rath Bun and mrs. Ralph Bishop. Skiers fourteen Pownal Young people have enrolled for skiing instruction sponsored by the it. Prospect Junior ski club of Woodford. This is the first time the Pownal have participated in the program and mrs. John Barber is serving As Community representative. Parents of the enrollees Are providing transportation and mrs. James Quinn and mrs. Joseph Watt Are assisting with instruction. Mrs. Walter Patterson is also enrolled in an adult course for instructors. Classifications have been made according to beginners and Sno plow with beginners meeting each saturday morning at it. Anthony country club and those in the Sno plow class also permitted to ski at it. Prospect. Pownal students include Sandra Patterson Jennifer rounds Donald Armstrong Randall Bates Jonathan Adler Debr Chenaille Jonathan rounds Donald Roy Jean Rogers Alan Strobridge Richard Rogers Joseph Watt Linda Ricker and Curtis Campbell. Car hits woman Bennington Banner monday december 30, 1963-5 meet the ski teens shown is this year s gathering of teen age skiers who Are brought to Greenwood Lodge in Woodford by Edward Shea son of Joseph a. Shes of Bennington. Young Shes is a teacher at the Junior High school in Scarsdale ., and each year brings groups of his students to his Lodge where they ski at nearby Prospect Mountain. Shea is at far right in photo. Staff photo Grimm fractures leg at Manchester Manchester a an Accident sunday on Taconic Avenue in Manchester Village sent two victims to Putnam memorial Hospital in Bennington. Operator of the 1962 Pontiac which carried three passengers was Gerald Vogel 27, of Riverdale The car struck two pedestrians. Madeline Garafelo 23, of Queens l.i., was treated at the scene of or. F. E. Harrygan before being taken to the Hospital. She sustained a bad laceration on the Back of the head and a fractured right leg. The other victim was Robert Buschkamper 24, of Yonkers ., who had a Cut on his forehead which required several stitches. Police chief Howard s. Brophy who investigated the mishap said that Snow prevented More serious injuries to the two pedestrians. All those involved in the Accident were members of a skiing club staying at the same place on Taconic Avenue. Hoosick Falls Manchester extra Bonus double world Green wednesday saturday ii a a a Waban 736 main Street Holiday visitors or. And mrs. Louis Cullen and children James Jean Ann Edward and Sharel of firebough calif., Are spending the holidays with or. Cullen s Mother mrs. Anna Cullen of 40 River Street. Or. Cullen is a native of Hoosick Falls. The family will return Home after new years. Or. And mrs. Robert Bosworth and children of Slingerlands spent the weekend with mrs. Bosworth Mother mrs. Freelove Neuschwander Wilder Avenue. Or. And mrs. Larry Lassor and family of Saratoga Street left yesterday for Binghamton where they will be Holiday guests of her sister and family or. And mrs. Michael Marx. Or. And mrs. Harold Freedman of Albany were weekend guests of or. And mrs. William Mcmartin John Street. Among College students Home for the holidays Are Allan Armstrong son of or. And mrs. David Armstrong from Baldwin Wal lace in Berla Ohio Sandra Chamberlain daughter of mrs. Helen Chamberlain from Virginia interment College Clinton Freeman son of or. And mrs. William Freeman from state University College in Brockport Ellen Jones daughter of or. Mary Jones from Syracuse University Glen Eytinge son of mrs. Marjorie Eytinge from Marietta College in Ohio. Alfred Liotta of new York City College Roommate of Stephen Sor Kin will spend new years and the remainder of the week As his guest at the Home of or. And mrs. Benjamin Sorkin Richmond Avenue. 25th anniversary or. And mrs. Benjamin Sorkin of Richmond Avenue were pleas Antly surprised saturday night when Over 40 friends and relatives dropped in to help celebrate their Silver wedding anniversary which took place Christmas Day. A smorgasbord dinner planned and provided by the assembled guests was served. They were presented with numerous gifts including Money. Among those attending were mrs. Sorkins sister and brother switch to the Best rent flin Eleu electric water Heater just phone our nearest office Only i 12-6316 per month Central Vermont Public service corporation Edith Beaumont a 686-9103 in Law or. And mrs. Gerald Ludwig of Brooklyn. Other out of town guests were present from Chatham ., and Bennington it. Or. And mrs. Sorkin were married in new York City in 1938 and came to Hoosick Falls shortly after where they have resided since. Or. Sorkin is associated with the Barclay Home products of Cohoes They Are the parents of three children mrs. Barbara Dibble of new York City who with her husband Gary spent the weekend As their guests Stephen Sorkin a student at state University College in Oneonta who was also Home for the occasion and another son Joel Sorkin a Pupil at the Central school Here. Holly hop students of St. Mary s Academy High school and their guests enjoyed a Christmas record hop Friday night in the school gymnasium from 8 to 11 30. The Hall was elaborately decorated for the dance by members of the Sophomore class. A 26-foot Christmas tree stood in the Tenter of the Hall highlighting the decorations. The students were forced to Cut the tree in three sections to get into the building. Or. And mrs. Walter Wirmusky and or. And mrs. Benedict no wik were chaperones. Refreshments were served during the evening. Recogn1ton luncheon a luncheon and reunion for College students Home for the Holiday was Given Friday noon in the Baptist memorial Hall for Young people of the first United St. Mark s episcopal and the Hoosick West Hoosick and Hoosick Falls Baptist churches. Rev. Joel Miller of St. Marks Church introduced Warren East Wick teacher at the Hoosick Falls Central school who was guest speaker. He chose As his topic the subject of communism and Means of fighting it. He emphasized the value of the peace corps. An open discussion was held at the close. Each student present was introduced and gave the name of the school he is attending the year and major of his studies. James h. Beaverson superintendent of the Central school was a guest and spoke briefly. Other guests included Rev. John Elliott of the Host Church Rev. Taylor Light and Rev. Wesley Miles. The luncheon provides an Opportunity for students to renew friendships in addition to honouring them. It is hoped to make it an annual event. A similar luncheon was held last year in the first United Church. Mrs. Elliott was in charge of the luncheon which was served by the Philathea society. Coach ill Harold Bud Kenyon athletic coach of the Hoosick Falls Cei it trial school Learned of the Vic tories of his basketball team on both Friday and saturday nights at his Home where he was called from Mechanicville where the games were played in a Christmas tournament. Kenyon is confined to his bed with illness. Superintendent James h. Beaverson accompanied the team to the games for moral support. Ari i a ton Helene Thompson 375-2329 monsignor Lynch of Rutland mrs. Ella Kelley and mrs. Nellie Dalton of Bennington miss Helen Kelley of Brattleboro or. And mrs. Robert Lynch and children Nora Edward and Gall of Burlington were guests for Christmas dinner at the Home of or. And mrs. William Kelley. Sunday guests of or. And mrs. Ora Converse of Munn Terrace were or. And mrs. Thomas Dro Han and Thomas Fitzsimons of East Dorset or. And mrs. Harry Sparks of so. Londonderry. On Christmas Day they enjoyed the presence of their three daughters and their families Rev. And mrs. Ernest Foster and children David and Lyle of Corinth ., or. And mrs. Leland Mathews and children Melvln Marcia and Marie of so. Londonderry airman 1st class and mrs. Patrick Ryan and children to Keith and John of so. Hampton mass. And Lyle Tuttle and son Gary of Bondville. During the Day they All enjoyed a Telephone conversation with their son and brother and family or. And mrs. Lyle Converse of Waukegan 111. Mary Humphreys Gall and Paul Kelly Are spending part of their vacation with or. And mrs. Robert c. Benedict. The 12th annual c to Snow Ball dance was held Friday in the Arlington memorial High school gym with Burt Rockwood and his orchestra playing the dance music in a ski Lodge setting. Or. And mrs. Edward Doyle or. And mrs. Gerald James and or. And mrs. Walter Corey chaperoned an enthusiastic crowd of boys and girls. Or. And mrs. Paul Molloy and daughter Elizabeth of Washington d.c., or. And mrs. Lawrence Molloy and mrs. Margaret dulls of Bennington had Christmas dinner sunday with or. And mrs. John Molloy. Or. And mrs. Arnim Bergere enjoying the Sunshine in Orlando Fla. Where they expect to be for another month. . Andy Livingston a member of the special forces airborne has had his Christmas leave cancelled but Hopes to be Home Early in january. Corp. Michael Ouhl and his family of fort Wolvier va., mrs. Gifford Crampton with her son Brian and daughter Fay of a Stop at Madkour s Central Market full line of imported Champagne wines and Domestic Beer finest food and hours d Oev res of All kinds for a Happy new year make your gift exchanges Early Burt Bros. Or sri Iva Quot to carpet in vier he s got everything for Home improvement except the Money. That s 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. A Umi huh offcuts mum ski mfg Otmen Mattu Iem a turn it Nam to Kum mus Okum members of it. Aeolus Junior Rifle club will open their 1964 season with shooting on wednesday at 8 . At quarters the Manchester Rod and gun club building on the fair grounds. Boys and girls from 12 to 18 years of age Are eligible to join. George Hoard is president. Young people of the Dorset Church and their pastor the Rev. Robert Dana were recent guests of the Young people of Zion Church for supper and the presentation of a skit. Mrs. Thomas Dibble was in charge of the meal. Over 45 were in attendance. The skit produced by Peter of Connell and John Amato featured Nancy Howard sue Smith Dorrler Campbell and Grace Parker. Roger Griffith managing editor of the Montpelier Barre times Argus and son of mrs. William a. Griffith of Manchester Center was one of the panel of newsmen interviewing senator George d. Aiken on a you can quote me a a we a to program from Burlington Friday night. Nancy Otis a 362-1944 or. And mrs. John flood and children Nancy and Bob of Stamford Conn. Are spending a week with mrs. Floods parents or. And mrs. Duncan Miller of Manchester depot. Charles j. Sarchi reassigned Lackland fab Tex. A airman Charles j. Marchl son of or. And mrs. Edmund j. Sharkey of North Hoosac Road Williamstown mass., is being reassigned to Chanute fab 111., for technical training As a United states air Force aircraft mechanical equipment repairman. Airman Marchl who enlisted in the air Force a Short time ago has completed his initial Basic military training Here. Th3 airman is a 1962 graduate of Miami Fla Edison senior High school. North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 special congratulations go today to mrs. Clara Bot turn Hathaway who is quietly celebrating her 93rd birthday at her Home on West Street. Mrs. Hathaway is the oldest living Alumna of North Bennington High school and until frail health slowed her Down a bit was always interested and Active in Community life Here. Word has been received Here of the serious illness following a heart attack of mrs. Marlon King a former resident. Mrs. King is a patient at Putnam memorial Hospital in Palatka Fla. Members of Tucker chapter order Eastern Star of which she was a member Are asked to Send cards. New years Day masses at St. John the Baptist Church will take place at 8, 9 30 and 11 30 and 5 30 . There will be confessions tuesday at 7 30 . Reds Lead peasants Lima Peru apr the newspaper la Prensa reported Friday that 8 persons were killed and 22 Hurt thursday in an attempt by Indian peasants to seize a Plantation near Cuzco in Southeastern Bolivia. La Prensa said communists led the peasants cars smash moderate damage to two vehicles was reported Friday As the result of a collision on us 7 at the Manchester Center Bridge. Police said a 1961 Corvair Coupe owned and operated by William j. Mattson 21, of East Dorset was involved As a result of Slippery Road conditions with a 1957 Chevrolet four door Sedan owned by or. And mrs. James Kennedy of Brookfield Center Conn. And operated by Cardell w. Shaw 17. The Accident which occurred at 8 17 a.m., caused no injuries. Police estimated damage to the Chevrolet at $225 and to the Corvair at $175. Mattson was accompanied by Howard of Donovan also of East Dorset. Passengers in the Connecticut car were Robert Hatcher Thomas Fowler Stephen Dumser and Ricky Fowler All of Brookfield. Mrs. Russell Souville is a patient at the Hospital in North Adams mass. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Bresko and their Young son and daughter have been guests for a week of his parents or. And mrs. Stephen Bresko. Tick mass., and or. And mrs. Howard Ouhl and family of Bennington were All guests of or. And mrs. John Ouhl. Or. And mrs. Stephen Congdon and son of Cambridge visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. Herbert w. Congdon. Or. And mrs. We. Wager and children of Shushan,. And or. And mrs. Ernest Bott in and children of Amherst Spent Christmas with mrs. Harold Bott in. Baby Bruce Arthur Bottum was baptized on Christmas Day. Or. And mrs. Manfred w. Eldrich or. Were in Providence,. Saturday dec. 21 where the announcement of the engagement of their son Terry to miss Gillian Ewing daughter of or. And mrs. Bayard Ewing was made. Or. And mrs. James Putnam and family have left for Florida. . And mrs. Milo Rose were the parents of a daughter Christmas Day. Mrs. Rose is the former Linda Squyers. . Rise is stationed in Okinawa. Fire in Hanger at Barnstable municipal Airport sunday destroyed one plane and heavily damaged another. Tripamer in foreground Burns fiercely As one at rear smolders. A East Arlington Sunderland Robert Shuffleton 375-6637 miss Jenny Hughes of Chatham Hall school Chatham va., and miss Lynn Hughes assistant to the Dean of the Manhattan school of music in new York spent Christmas with their parents or. And mrs. George Hughes. Robert Shuffleton Banner correspondent returned to his Home from Putnam memorial Hospital and has since been transferred to the Equinox nursing Home in Manchester. Or. And mrs. . Crawford of Charlottsville va., spent Christmas with their daughter and family or. And mrs. George Hughes. Miss Mary Beth Hayden and William Hayden students from Ulm spent Christmas with their parents or. And mrs. Harry Hayden w. F. Hayden of the nursing Home Man was also a Christmas advertise in the classifieds new years dance to to 2 iatchelder1 barn Peru it. Pat Lake and his rhythm ranchers All rights reserved clearance Vinyl remnants 69 so. To. Sleds 3,s up set of 4 to trays 7�?� i 525 Mai n St. Bennington dial 442-5326 Equinox Chester guest. I or. And mrs. Warwick Todd have gone to Troy To spend the Winter. Or. And mrs. John Hanlon spent Christmas Day visiting their daughters or. And mrs. Burdette Bills and family in Wardsboro and or. And mrs. John Bushee in Manchester. Miss Susan Pennock student nurse at Mary Fletcher Hospital Burlington is spending the vacation with her parents or. And mrs. Malcolm Pennock. Miss Judy Hill student at Champlain business College Burlington is spending Christ Mas with her parents or. And mrs. Stuart Hill. Mrs. Loretta Clark visited her son or. And mrs. Warren Clark jr., in fort Johnson For Christmas. Used candles wanted bring a your old Candle stubs any sixfold Candle holders any kind old Container candles that once had scanned candles inside. For ovary one of Tho above you bring in you will got 20% off regular prices of candles hold Orr and Container candles you select them. Trade a month starts january 2 and lasts through february 2. Trade in Early for Best selections. % Candle Mill but Arlington a Troat daily t-5 sundays 2-5 work r All makes of cars Auto painting 24 or towing service Liggett Bosworth Sale amp service phone 442-4266 North Bennington Road Bennington it

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