Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Feb 3 1966, Page 10

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 3, 1966, Bennington, Vermont To Bennington Banner thursday february 3, i960 w bite Creek Mountain towns Carlo Wolter to 4-3993 while All local ski areas reported Good to excellent ski conditions tuesday it. Snow also reported Only four lifts in operation and advised the use of face masks for Protection from the wind. Haystack said chairlifts would be closed until the wind subsided. But at Hogback All facilities were in operation. All three areas reported an increasing Sale of weekly ski tickets from stranded skiers who go Home because of the snowstorm. North Hon ii in ton Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 Theodore Midurski who is enrolled in the mechanical engineering technology course at Vermont technical College is one of 21 freshmen at the school who achieved the academic Honor Roll during the first semester. Midurski was among students who received a honors. Eleanor Niles West Arlington Sandgate the announcement feb. I by president ter or. Was made . Keif wite Creek Grange no. 1390 will meet Friday night at the Arthur May Home at 8. Purpose of the meeting is to elect officers and to decide on raising dues which is seen necessary because of the raise in state dues. The applesauce cake contest will be held at this meeting and the women Are asked to enter a cake. These will later be served for refreshments. Further information on the contest can be obtained from mrs. Leonard Black or mrs. Ray Andrew. Ralph Hunt is improving at Putnam memorial Hospital after undergoing surgery last week when he was rushed there by the Hoosick Rescue squad ambulance. Thomas Nesbitt returned to Norwich University sunday after spending several Days at his Home. The a pcs of Jermain methodist Church will meet thursday at the Home of mrs. Dewey Mccart with mrs. James Mccarr the Leader. Mrs. Frank Hulihan is a patient at the Putnam memorial Hospital. Mrs. Maida Bascom of Hoosick Falls is recuperating at the Frank Bouplon Home after spending some time at Mary Mcclellan Hospital with an injured shoulder. Betty Trachte 375-2223 Harry Pickering or. Of West Arlington is spending a 20-Day leave from the Marine corps at Camp Lejeune . When he returns he expects to be assigned to another Camp. The enterprising Young Man is spending his time working with the Highway work Crews. Mrs. Elsie Sprague the usually rugged vermonter has been confined to her Home because of illness just when Snow is the greatest. Elsie has a Long list of people for whom she keeps driveways cleared and this is probably the first time in her career that she has t been Able to get out to do it. Forsythia is Blooming gaily now in the window of the Wayside country store. Everyone but the skiers wish the Flowers were Blooming outside. Charles Lindsey of West Arlington is the Man responsible for forcing blooms on shrubs in Winter. He is probably spending the rest of his time studying seed catalogues As he is a Foremost Gardener in the area. Snowshoeing is becoming a sport around Here since it is less risky to life and limb than skiing and it still offers Good exercise out in the Snow. More and More people in the area restless from being indoors Are taking up the sport. County teachers attend Montpelier Board meeting Montpelier a several women from Bennington county attended the Winter Board meeting for the department of classroom teachers of the Vea saturday at the tavern Here. Attending were mrs. Edna t. Wright president of Manchester Marie Farnham president elect of Shoreman Rosemary Lewis treasurer of Burlington mrs. Ann Wilkins Secretary of Manchester Greta England auditor of Orleans Mary Naylor Nea representative Ai Burlington May Willard Vea director of Derby Bernard Dubay Vea of Golden Ripe none priced higher bananas 2 is 29 Sunkist Navel none priced higher c on 3 la. Bags of Asp who in bean Coffee Rich Hill boiled vigorous Winey red oranges 10�59 Vine ripened Circle Bokar Coffee none priced higher c tomatoes >39 Ann Page salad dressing 49< quart Jar Ann Page a Fine Broad extra wide egg noodles 29 Grapefruit Green peppers carrots pineapples Indian River fresh Sweet fresh Crisp Large sugar loaf la _ 4 of. 49c 3 29< 2lb bag of 49c each Hig. I 44 Hig. 7 14 Hig. 7 75 fresh roved flavor nov Cas t get .4 is double Stamps w e d n e s d a in <2two Sale Ann Page pure Apricot or Plum preserves or grape Jelly 3 la. Jar 79 your Choice Fine Quality Frozen fish and seafood can John 4 of jars just heat and serve shrimp cocktail 3for95 Fried fish fillets ,4p��?~ 59 v i a Complete meal Scallop dinner Boz pkg can John 59 Haddock fillets 9 of pkg 65 to i a super right Quality Boneless top or Bottom. No fat added round roasts 89 super right Quality. Heavy Western Corn fed steer beef oven roast Lou Icax la i v71 i i a u Ali la a a a i Ilaa a i t l j i Lim to top sirloin 99 Moo is in it Quot i Stamps i j $ with this Coupon and $1 1$ Purchase of $5 of or More a Good thru sat., feb. 5, 1966 $ a limit one Coupon per Purchase j not Good for tobacco products and a j items prohibited by Law. A a a. Super right Quality heavy steer beef Back Rump roast ,99c super right Quality Juda. Insp. Cut up la 37c Large fowl 33 super right skinless cooked Boneless Ham ,1.39 cube Steak or top round la 1.19 cute Al ground round 3 lbs or More qty i Emit lesser quantities la 99c la Quot beef liver xxx 1b49 pork liver sliced l649 fancy a pc jul Mitis 36-42 count la 7 delicious Golden cake buttery Streusel sugar Topping i la to of c Golden dessert cakeea59 Jane Parker 14 of Almond braid ring ea59 Jane Parker enriched i la 6 of loaf n _ j made with a Mac bread Buttermilk 3 for 79 Green giant vegetable Sale Green peas Green Beans Wax Beans your Choice Young tender Kitchen sliced Kitchen sliced i la can 15 j of can 15 j of can 3 o.67 Nutley Margarine in quarters 41lb ts1 pkg in 9 terrific value Ann Page imitation Maple syrup i1. It. Decanter 69< Apple pie Jane Parker ties of 49 breakfast buns Quot be ��?~,35c Gold layer cake mss Quot 79 Frozen a amp a Leaf or chopped spinach Looz inc pkg in a amp a Frozen peas 4 a a 69 i a amp a Frozen French Fries 2 la of bag a amp a Beans Statler tissues Tomato paste Hunt s Catsup Jiffy mixes Ann Page with Tomato sauce 3 Curz 1.00 Calo 6 1 la a pc cans or fluoride toothpaste jumbo Roll a 29 200 2-ply pkg firenze Hickory or pizza Flavoured cake or frosting 99c 76�z Doc cans 07 2 Moz it Juc bots 07 2 pkg 25c dog food Scot towels Kellogg s Cereal lilies pineapple june Dole s from the great Atlantic i Pacific Tea company inc. 71/4 01 tube it special 6v2 of 2 pkg 2 6 of a pc cans of instant Coffee cat food Pream Apple sauce Kitty Salmon for your Coffee Mott s prices shown in this and guaranteed through sat.,feb. 5 and effective at All Aap super makes in this town. All tobacco Ami alcohols by Wales from plaid stamp offer we Reserve the right to limit quantities Borden s 5 of Jar 85c 2 4 of cans 29c 7 of Jar i la 9 of Jar 33c Mel of bit cheese slices White coloured Pimento a Swiss 12 of pkg i it fab Ioc off Label giant size rec pkg of chef boy Ardee e l 4 meat is 3 of Mac Spaghetti balls can 29 beef Ravioli un02 33 be Faroni can 29 Gold medal flour 4c off Label sub cac bag or Gerbers baby Cereal 9 8 of a pc pkg or Blue Bonnet soft Margarine. La 47c pkg red heart dog food 9 15 a of a pc cans of Knorr soup mixes 3 of a pc pkg or Beech nut baby Cereal 9 8 of a pc pkg or tender Leaf Tea bags Coupon pack pkg of c 48 s a i Maxwell House instant Coffee x 99c of idol detergent giant size pc pkg of cheer Reg size a pc pkg of Joy liquid detergent quart Mac Bot o Fleer of Montpelier Ruth Simpson vice president elect of St. Johnsbury and Vidt directors Patricia Stanley of Milton Harriet Cushman of fair Haven Shirley Aitcheson of South Barre Frank Wilbur of Barre and Aline Sandrin of North Bennington. After reports of the officers and department Heads plans were made for the Spring Assembly to be held at Middlebury March 19. Marie Farnham state chairman of the Nea million Dollar fund gave a report on the amount collected to Date and suggested ways to step up the Campaign. Dubay announced that the annual instructional conference will be held at the Montpelier tavern March 25 and 26. This years topic is to be a the reluctant it was also announced that mrs. Wright and Marie Farnham had accepted an invitation to be members of a state wide advisory committee for the teacher education program at the University of Vermont. Editor to speak on Coleridge at Marlboro Marlboro a David v. Erd Man editor of publications of the new York Public Library since 1956, will be the speaker for the monday evening lecture series at Marlboro College at 8 feb. 7. His subject will be a Coleridge s political journalism. The Public is invited. Or. Erdman received his . Degree from Carleton College and his . From Princeton. Prior to going to the new York Public Library or. Erdman taught at the University of Minnesota the University of Wisconsin and Duke and Temple universities. Or. Erdman is the author of a Blake Prophet against Empire published by Princeton University press in 1954. Doubleday has just published his edition of a the poetry and prose of William he is a resident of Princeton . Shaftsbury fran suey 442-6324 the woman a society of Christian service of the first methodist Church will hold its regular meeting tuesday at 7 30p.m. At the Home of miss Stella Hawkins on Cleveland Avenue. The discussion based on the fifth chapter a one people with one witness a will be led by mrs. Blanche Center. Co hostesses will be mrs. Hazel Macdonald and mrs. Mary Stevens. Annual dues can be paid at that time and those wishing to pay their Penny a Day collection will have an Opportunity to do so. Every woman is invited. The Rev. . Macdonald has returned from a week at rolling Ridge Andover mass., where he was a member of a team of to from Troy conference who participated in a regional seminar comprised of teams representing eight conferences of the methodist Church and several members of the editorial staff of the general boards Nashville Tenn. Theme of the seminar was a the new Day in Camp out troop 31, is a enjoyed its first Winter Camp out of the year last weekend when 15 boys scoutmaster Henry freely and his son Steve travelled to the Plymouth scout Camp in Tyson. The boys left Shaftsbury Friday afternoon arriving at their destination about 8 30 where Camp Ranger vie Randolph directed them to the two Cabins they were to occupy. On saturday morning the boys participated in a service project a cleaning heavy Snow off Cabin roofs. A hike and sliding session highlighted saturday afternoon and in the evening the troop was invited to the rangers House for a campfire hot Cocoa and Popcorn. The troop returned to Shaftsbury sunday afternoon in a heavy snowstorm. Those taking part were senior patrol leaders Allan Sands and Lynn bunk patrol leaders Doug Richards Rick Harrington and Dave Mattison and scouts Bruce Gabrus Mark Bull Mark Gates de Corey Pete Cross George Sandquist Chris Denio Tim Viereck Tom farts and Terry King. Hoosick Ada m. Breer 686-7275 mrs. Verda Philpott has returned Home from Valley Falls. She is slowly improving. Ladies Aid society of the Baptist Church will meet Friday in the Church. All saints Guild will meet thursday night feb. To with mrs. Helen Cantelo. Al

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