Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Feb 15 1966, Page 32

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 15, 1966, Bennington, Vermont A a a in vhf Iii Iii Vav Vui us avg one of the longest seism anywhere. And when ifs dark. The youngsters swing. Me Darling i sleep then there a ski school. Much better than Bridge. We even enjoy Tea on skit. And there Are trails my dear that make the most dashing men concentrate and not on those daring Young ladies. Certainly All this lets of ski Betta. And the better we ski. The better we like it a Boom Montpelier a record snowfalls continue to accumulate a White Gold in the Green Mountain state and Vermont skiing is enjoying the greatest Boom year in the history of the Industry. Part and parcel of the accelerated activity on Vermont slopes is a broadly expanded Calendar of competitive events running through the first of May. The schedule reads like a tasty smorgasbord menu for those interested in the sport and has much to offer competitor and Spectator alike. February is carnival time in Vermont and the Norwich University Winter carnival in Northfield kicks Aff the season with three Days of festivities beginning feb. 18. Bromley a annual Washington a birthday festival gets underway on the 19th while feb. 24 Marks the opening of the popular Middlebury Winter carnival. This annual gala features four Days of compe Tion in Alpine and nordic events an ice show. Also pm feb. 24 the University of Vermont in Burlington launches the 69th annual Kake walk with four Days of colourful festivities. In the Southeastern Corner of the state Brattleboro is the site of the use As a jumping and Cross country combined championships pm feb. 19 and 20. The Competition tops off a full week of carnival activity in that area. On March 5 the exciting annual parachute6ki race will be staged at mad River Glen. This unique and unusual event features competitors parachuting into a target area on the slopes then donning skis and racing downhill against time. March 18 thru 20 Mark the dates for the National senior Alpine championships to be held at Stowe. The meet sanctioned by the United states ski association and sponsored under the auspices of the it. Mansfield ski club will present Competition cat a scale second Only to the olympic games. The feature events will be the downhill slalom and giant slalom pitting for the first time the finest Amateur skiers in the United states against the Cream of International Competition. Teams from France Switzerland Austria and Canada have already accepted. Others Are expected to follow. The lbs television network will present two hours of a live coverage of the event to viewers across the nation on sunday March 20. Television receipt will be used to defray the Cost of inviting the european and Canadian teams. The races will also serve As tryouts in the selection of the . Team to compete in the world championship Fis ski races scheduled for Chile next August. Glen Ellen Bromley killing ton it. Snow mad River Glen and Stowe have All scheduled special easter festivities for april to. Some of the colourful and Madcap events include easter parades costume races sugar slalom and easter egg Hunts. The season winds up officially with the fifth annual May Day slalom at Killington on May i. Tuesday february 15, 1966 year for skiers lots of love for dogs amp cats at Pine Crest heated kennels too Pine Crest ,0ktsar Tel. 447-7119 3 Miles South of Bennington on . 7 we ski better at Killington. Killington Dent he Vermont 05751 dept. By Vermont 05751 Tione 802 422-3333 want to know More write for free brochures. Hero Are some reasons four interconnected mountains. 32 trails. To lifts. East s highest chair lift. Ski weeks ski school Nursery rentals lodging social entertainment Snow friends fun. Ski weeks lifts lessons social programs offer great value adults $25-30, juniors $18-22. A o a Lamina Lin place to \ Isit if you think that All the Swiss do is Yodel ski and make cheese you re crazy. They also make some of the most unusual candles in the world All decorated with a skill that has come Down through centuries of tradition. At this fascinating place you will find candles not Only from Switzerland but from Spain Holland Japan Sweden Mexico Denmark Ireland Germany Belgium America Etc. And the Best scented candles in the world Are made right Here in this old Grey weathered Mill just 1% Miles off route 7. Come and sniff. We Are Here All through the ski season As Well As the rest of the year. Drop in and treat yourself to one of the most fascinating shops you have Ever stepped into. A Candle Mill East Arlington Vermont d4ilv 9-5 a sundays -5

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