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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 2, 1966, Bennington, Vermont To limn in Pion Banner he Dnn it Jax. February 2, 1966 Manchester selectmen i continue work on warning a Manchester a the final wording of a town meeting article on the question of regional planning will be drawn up after selectmen meet with the planning commission Here town fathers said at their weekly meeting tuesday night. Several towns have used the warning prepared by the and hoc regional planning committee which specifies that their towns joining a commission is contingent on an affirmative vote for regional planning in the a key towns of Manchester Shaftsbury Arlington Pownal and Bennington. In other business selectmen will request town agent John Hutton to take necessary Legal Steps to Clear up several questions regarding the proper boundaries of several town roads. Hoosick Halls i Lith Beaumont 686-9103 James Pokines infant son of or. And mrs. Walter Pokines of a by Jot Street was taken to the Putnam memorial Hospital Friday where he is suffering from pneumonia. Wymans Lane in Manchester Center was named specifically in the request. Wymans Lane was taken Over and Black topped by the town after Long litigation but selectmen said the actual Legal location was never determined by Survey. In accordance with town policy town fathers turned Down several requests to have parts of private land slowed by the town Crew. They did however give their permission for the town to remove piles of Snow from parking lots and other parts of private lands in Manchester Center when slowed Snow gets so High it becomes a Lizard to the Public or blocks motorists visibility. Mitchell Syrkin of the chem search corp. And a Manchester resident was approved As the supplier to the town of paper Towel and soap dispensers in the new town office building. Selectmen requested town manager James l. Woodard to prepare and publish specifications for a new police Cruiser. The present Cruiser was considerably damaged in an Accident saturday night. Selectmen will meet again thursday night to continue work on the budget. I i Al Arlington republicans democrats line i p tickets new librarian mrs. John Stannard became the librarian at the Dorset Village Public Library tuesday. Her appointment was made by Library trustees to fill the vacancy left by miss Katherine child who held the Post 28 years. Skinner mrs. Stannard named Dorset librarian Arlington a democrats and republicans both caucuses Here tuesday night. Orlando Cullinan acted As chairman for the democrats caucus and Raymond j. Carroll Secretary. Following nominations. The group discussed medicare and How the program May affect town welfare. Gregory Cullinan was named chairman to make an investigation. Named to run on the democratic ticket were Manfred Ehrich Moderator r. Emmett Smith town clerk Gregory Cullinan town treasurer Keynith Knapp selectman three Yeai term Clarence Nichols Road commissioner Charlene Hilliard overseer of the poor Hermon Benjamin Lister three year term Terrance Riley auditor three year term and Edward Doyle auditor two year term. This office is regularly a one year term but Doyle would replace Gerald James who has resigned. Also Alan Mattison first Constable Leo Budro second Constable and tax collector Allan b. Angney Gregory Cullinan and John l. Whalen grand jurors Manfred Ehrich town agent Allan b. Angney trustee of Public funds three year term Roy Grout cemetery commissioner three year term mrs. Mildred Jannicky school director three year term Walter Corey school director two year term Arnold Wilcox mrs. Janet Keough and mrs. Jean Kendall school director All one year terms. At the Republican caucus Manfred Ehrich was chairman. Ernest Mattison or. Spoke on county wide planning and lengthy discussion ensued concerning a new town office building and vault also listers salaries. Named to run on the gop ticket Are Ehrich Moderator Smith town clerk Gregory Cullinan town treasurer Knapp selectman three year term Nichols Road commissioner Charlene Hilliard overseer of the poor Ernest Mattison sr., Lister three year term Riley auditor three year term and Doyle auditor two year term. Also Mattison first Constable Budro second Constable and tax collector Angney Gregory Cullinan and Whalen grand jurors Ehrich town agent Angney trustee of Public funds three year term Grout cemetery commissioner three year term Charles Canfield school director three year term Corey school director two year term Wilcox mrs. Kendall and mrs. Muriel Linde school directors one year term. Manchester members of the Manchester Bow will meet tonight at 6 for a social hour at the Colburn House. Dinner will follow at 6 30 Sharp. Mrs. Jean Schramm of Dorset will be in charge of a program on personal development. She will be assisted by mrs. Jean Noble mrs. Ann Beattie mrs. Cecile Brewster and mrs. Betty Mckinley. Kevin Beattie son of or. And mrs. Orrin Beattie broke both Bones in his lower left leg skiing at Bromley saturday. Charles Thompson is a patient at Rutland Hospital. Back to Normal principal Donald r. Shanks said monday that roads were in very Good shape and pupils arrived at school on time in spite of the additional snowstorm. Absentee rate was approximately 5 per cent which Shanks said a is the principal also reported that the rear Springs of one of the Johnson school buses broke Friday but were quickly repaired and the bus was ready for action. You pay $1.00 for the Box of your Choice ll-0 value in each Box Glt of a rth less than of Guam c anole Mill fast arli ton Vermont daily 9-5, san Days 1-5 Dorset a the Board of trustees of the Dorset Public Library have announced the appointment of mrs. Emma Stannard As new librarian to fill a vacancy caused by the recent death of miss Katherine child librarian for 28 years. The appointment took effect tuesday. Mrs. Stannard plans to be at her desk on a weekly schedule which will be from 3-5 . In the afternoon and from 7-9 . Monday wednesday and saturday. The Library will continue to be open Friday afternoons for Dorset school children Creamery w holds a n Nual meeting Manchester a Guy Herrick and William d. Leach of Pawlet and Robert Graf of Rupert were re elected to three year terms on the Board of directors of the Bennington county cooperative Creamery inc. At the organizations annual meeting at it. Equinox Grange Hall saturday. Reed Rexford state commissioner of agriculture who was to have been the guest speaker was unable to attend because of illness. Dinner was served at noon by the Grange to More than too members and guests. Auditors elected were mrs. Olive Williamson of Shaftsbury James h. Leach of Pawlet and i. Stanford Zecher of Manchester. The Creamery a annual report showed that $567,043.70 Worth of milk was sold to hoods Dairy inc., the cooperatives Market outlet. From 3-5 with mrs. Brenda Parsons serving As the children a librarian. Mrs. Stannard who is Dorset born has been a resident of the town All her life except for a Brief period in los Angeles calif., when her husband John was in the service in world War ii. A graduate of Burr and Burton Seminary she attended com for two years before her marriage. Mrs. Stannard has been Active in Community life which Lias included Over the years being Pat president manager of the Dorset hot lunch program for several years and sunday school superintendent and teacher. She is now treasurer of the Dorset historical society and was appointed a deaconess in january at the annual meeting of the United Church of Dorset and East Rupert. A year ago she entered the real estate Field after receiving her License. She has been operating her own business Ever since. For a number of years mrs. Stannard has been a substitute postal clerk in the Dorset Post office where she gives the extra hand needed when one of Dorset a regulars is ill or during the frantic Christmas Rush. Her new position she says will not conflict with this Endeavor. Besides a Strong interest in books a Long familiarity with Dorset residents and the Library mrs. Stannard will bring to her new Job added experience Learned when handling books at the mad Tom bookshop where she Lias been assistant or manager in the absence of the owners or. And mrs. Carl Parsons. The standards Are the parents of two children Jack who is connected with his grandfathers plumbing business the Stannard co. Inc. In South Dorset and Sally Stannard a senior at Burr and Burton Seminary. St. Mary s alumni May put Man on Moon before Russia annual antics fabulous foot to Mark 12th Smorga Stord Hoosick Falls . Members of St. Mary a alumni association Are Busy working on preparations for their forthcoming 12th annual smorgasbord to be held monday evening feb. 21 in the immaculate Conception Church Hall. On sunday three hard working committee members including James Nealon Harry Landry and Walter , braved the cold and Snow to erect a sign next to the Church As a reminder of the event to All passersby. With la successes in the past to its credit the alumni expect that the limited 260 tickets will be sold in Advance of the Date. According to reports leaking out concerning the entertainment which has always been a highlight of the smorgasbord and which again will be headed by Walter Wirmusky notorious As an originator of novel ideas it looks As though the alumni association will be putting a Man on the Moon before Russia. In charge of the smorgasbord menu and planning is mrs. Wir Musky and mrs. Joseph Fleming. A. J. Salluzzo is chairman of waiters and Joseph Cullen of Arlington Helene Thompson 375-2325 red it. Chapter no. 41, Oes has received two invitations. The St is from Tucker chapter 38 of North Bennington for tonight when there will be entertainment of grand officers. Supper will be at 6 30 with the meeting at 8 at the it. Anthony chapter rooms. The second invitation is for a Friendship night Adoniram chapter no. 22 in Manchester feb. 8 at 8 . Firs no. Run run this is the. Big one run Sau now come on at your super. \ \ duper j v Mark we War a it i a a k ,. Imm m a Mcmumm Mem watch your Small thin dime grow into a great big giant the moment you enter super duper we have mailed you an 8 Page circular. Filled with hundreds of food items priced at Only to. Savings beyond compare now through sat feb. 5th. Super duper depot Street Bennington we re redemption Headquarters for Hills brother a Coffee 150.see Page 5. Soliciting patrons for the program schedule. is chairman of tickets which Are on Sale now by her or alumni. Proceeds of the affair chief fund raising of the organization will Benefit St. Mary a Academy athletic activities. The i Owna is Vera i Langlais 823-7716 Eye Catcher Eddie Andrick son of ick Falls photographer and mrs. William stops on main Street to read a sign for itself and was erected sunday a Hoos Andrick which Speaks Beaumont an Eye for an Eye As Shaftsbury democrats caucus Shaftsbury a not to be outdone by republicans Here. 26 democrats braved wintry weather to attend a caucus tuesday night at Cole Hall. On monday night exactly 26 members of the Shaftsbury gop turned out for the same purpose. Bernard Mccarthy acted As chairman and mrs. Mccarthy clerk for the democrats. The following candidates were elected to run on the democratic ticket Mccarthy Moderator mrs. Elizabeth King town clerk Clinton Mcdonald town treasurer Spencer Haynes overseer of the poor Guy Mattison first Constable and Lew Levin second Constable. Also Louis Moriarty selectman three year term Chester Montgomery selectman two year term Leo Harrington Road commissioner Joseph Crossman collector of taxes Joseph Murphy Lister three year term Edna Riley Lister one year term George Shea grand juror John billow town agent James King tree Warden. Nominations for candidates for the offices of auditor cemetery com in missioner and trustee of Public funds All three year terms will be filled by the town democratic committee. Charles b. Lack chairman of the town planning commission was on hand to discuss an item to be included in the warning which if approved will pave the Way for Shaftsbury a participation in a county wide planning program. Total Cost to the town would be $895 Over a two year period Lack said. Services in the Pownal Center Community Church sunday were conducted by Young people in Observance of youth sunday. The Call to worship invocation and Benediction were Given by Jeffrey rounds and the Sermon was delivered by miss Linda Patterson. The offertory duet was Sung by Barbara and Linda Patterson and miss Jennifer rounds read the scripture or. And mrs. Cecil Greene have purchased a building lot in the West Meadow development from or. And mrs. Harry e. Niles through the rounds Agency. Construction has been started for the Home they plan to occupy in the Pownal Center location. During this a worst storm of the Century a Pownal ites spending the Winter months in Florida have been experiencing unusually cold temperatures according to word received from mrs. Harold Andrews of it. Dora. Scout news Michael Lewis scribe for Pownal boy scout troop 347, has announced that classes for boys enrolled in Home repairs will be held tonight at 7 with Alfred Chenaille in charge and in Model designing and building at 3 . Sunday with William Frost in charge. Both will take place in Pownal Center firehouse. It was also announced at tuesday s meeting that the troop will visit the Williams College Observatory feb. 8. John pud Var and Bruce Harris having successfully passed Tenderfoot tests have been officially welcomed As members. Bennington thurs., fri., sat., feb. 3, 4, 5 Joe Shaffe says Quot the entire Large Stock of men s and boys clothing furnishings and shoes Are to be sold at bargain prices Quot suits were 49.50 to 69. 50 now 35 topcoats were 22.95 to 89.50 15s�s4950 now car Coats were 24.50 to 49.50 16�?o s29� now sport shirts were 3. 50 to 5 95 now s2 to $3 20% 50% off on sweaters Caps were i.49 to 2 50 now 39< sport Coats were 29.50 to 45.00 now is to $30 ski jackets were 14.95 to 25.007� a a 12� no dress shirts were 4.00 to 5.00 now 2.50 20% off on menus hats socks were 59<-69c-79< now 39< permanent press pants were 5.95 7.00 7.95 now $450 so Sam 20% off on pyjamas some pants were 14.95 now 5 475 main St. Save dollars. Shop at Shaffer men s shop next to theatre

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