Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jan 4 1966, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - January 4, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Regional planning meets tonight in Arlington Manchester Arlington a represent Alves of the and hoc regional planning committee will meet tonight at Fisher elementary school Here to consider next Steps toward establishing a regional planning Riley named Shaftsbury Lister Shaftsbury a selectmen meeting Here monday night appointed Edma a. Riley to the Board of listers to fill out the term of Arthur s. Jones recently named acting postmaster. Under Federal regulations postmasters cannot hold office. Jones had been appointed Lister last summer to Complete the term of the late Charles j. Scarey. He resigned As Lister following his Post office appointment last week. The new Lister is a demo Erat and an employee of William e. Dailey inc. He was formerly a member of the it. Anthony Union school Board. He is a member of the no Shaft Lions club. Also monday night local selectmen received the resignation of fire Warden Paul Harris effective Jan. 15. Selectman Ezekiel Cross or. Was named to Contact state fire Warden Junior Harwood and Shaftsbury fire chief Charles o. Becker for recommendations to fill the Post. Commission in Bennington county. Temporary chairman Robert Graf of Rupert will Lead a discussion with two members from each Bennington county town from an Agenda formulated by a planning subcommittee at a meeting dec. 21. Among Agenda items scheduled is a discussion of ways to bring the idea of regional planning before the voters and a determination of Cost for planning for each town and for the county As a whole. Costs have been estimated so far on a per capita basis. The Bennington planning commission which has a comprehensive plan partially completed for that town and its three villages has indicated however that of Bennington is to join in the regional commission Effort that town should have some financial credit for the planning work it has already done. Manchester selectmen and planning commission members however elected last week to bar any credit for partially or completed plans but added that of Cre it lit is Given to one town Manchester would want credit too. Manchester completed a Long Range town plan at a Cost of $4,-000 in 1962. Another $4,500 of the total Cost of $9,000 was provided by funds from the housing and Home finance Agency. Credit of granted a would be the subject of negotiation Quot according to a Bennington planning commission policy statement. Pawlet Board consider land Purchase Pawlet a the school Board Here is meeting tonight at 7 30 at the West Pawlet school to consider the Purchase of land for a new elementary school. The Board is scheduled to vote at 8 15 . On Purchase of land at the Crawford site for future use for an elementary school building. The Board will also discuss and vote on teachers salaries and will go Over the school budget for 1965. None injure in Manchester Holiday Manchester a a third Holiday Accident occurred Here sunday at 5 50 ., but no injuries were reported. According to police a 1951 Ford operated by Pauline Wade and owned by James Charbon Neau both of South Dorset collided near the five flys on it. 11-30 with a 1959 Oldsmobile owned and operated by Francis e. Lewis of fair Haven. The Wade car was travelling East police said and the Driver a apparently Quot attempted a left hand turn into the eagles club driveway when the mishap occurred. Extensive damage to the right front fender Grill and Hood of the westbound Lewis car was estimated by police at $400-$500. Passengers in the Lewis car were Edward Lewis la Catherine Lewis 17 and Henrietta Lewis 44. Hoosick Ada m. Greer 686-7273 Arlington Helene Thompson 375-2325 Alan Coulman son of . Malcolm p. Coulman has been listed on the Honor Roll at mount Hermon school mount Hermon mass. Kitchen planning amp remodelling ii specialize in Complete let our trained personnel plan amp quote you on Wood steel or Formica kitchens h. Greenberg amp son. Inc. 321 main St. Dial 2-6325 Bennington automated . Bigger buying Power per duper Market depot Street Bennington it. Cutie commended a Princess Marta sue Crawford Baton twirling Champ is shown with her brother Shane shortly after gov. Philip h. Hoff commended the Little East Arlington Ian at the state House last week for her Christmas performances for shut ins and residents at Caverly child health Center children a Home in Burlington Rutland Home for the aged and Brandon training school. R. And . Ralph Howe celebrate 50 \ ears wed the Rev. And . Phillip a. Lewis have been spending a few Days with her parents or. And . Alfred e. Blumenthal in Amityville . Whose 35th wedding anniversary was new year s eve. Or. And . Paul trl Etoff of Brooklyn were recent guests of the lewites at the rectory. The annual Parish meeting of All saints Church will be held in the Church on Jan. La at 7 30 . All saints Parish Guild will have its annual meeting on thursday night Jan. 6, with . Verda Philpott . Alice Phil Pott and . Blanche Pietz who will be hostesses. Ladies Ald society will have its annual meeting in the Baptist Church Friday. Or. And . George Ylfen Burg were thursday overnight guest of or. And . Edward proof in Brunswick. Hiram Jones of White Creek has been spending a few Days at the Edward Goodermote Home. Or. And . George e. Clarke of Schenectady spent a few Days during the holidays with her Mother . Alice g. Cipperly. Or. And . Leonar Trexler and family or. And . Edward Teel and family of Troy and . Anna Bradley of North Adams mass. Spent a few Days recently with or. And . Joseph Clancy. Wilmington a nearly 150 friends and relatives attended an open House party at the Home of or. And Leonard Johnson Here sunday afternoon honouring or. And . Ralph w. Howe of new Smyrna Beach Fla. On their Golden wedding anniversary. Guests came from Boston Greenfield and Hadley mass., Claremont n.h., and from the Vermont towns of Thetford Whitingham Jacksonville Brattleboro Wilmington and Dover. Howe who was born in East Dover and his wife the former Kathleen Parmelee of Wilmington were married in Wilmington Jan. I 1916. They lived in Wilmington All their Ives until five years ago when they moved to Florida eight months of the year. They return to Wilmington Summers. Among those attending the Celebration were the couple s three children Ralph Howe or. And . Leonard Mary Johnson of Wilmington and . Virginia Chebsey of Easton a. The couple s nine grandchildren were also present. The party included Lucian Howe the bridegroom s brother who was Best Man at the Howe a wedding and miss Christine Boyd of Greenfield mass., maid of Honor. Besides the traditional wedding cake the Howes received Many gifts and Flowers and some 200 anniversary cards telegrams and numerous phone Calls from As far away As Florida. The Howes also report they cherished the fact that it was the first time in Many years that 20 family members attended Church together. Mrs. Charles Smith miss Bertha Johnson and . John Willard prepared and served refreshments for the gathering. To make the special two week trip to Wilmington for the occasion the Howes drove As far As Rocky mount . Where they left their car with a former cumin tonian . Jim Long then continued by train to Albany where they were met by their daughter Mary Johnson. They left for their Florida Home tuesday returning the Way they came. The Pownal Vera Langlais a 823-7716 a new years party was enjoyed by too persons at the North Pownal firehouse. Sponsored by the firemen the affair included dancing to recorded music and a catered Buffet supper. Joesph Buck son of or. And . Robert Buck was guest of Honor sunday afternoon at a birthday Celebration held at his Home in North Pownal. Twelve friends and classmates enjoyed games and refreshments. Gifts and a birthday cake were presented to Joseph who was eight years old new years Day. The Pownal fire department auxiliary will hold its january meeting tonight at 8 at the firehouse when . George m. Renner president and other newly elected officers will be installed. Refreshments will be served by . Grace Hill . Frank l. Haley and . Henrietta Langlais. Women s Reserve nine members of boy scout troop 347 executive committee met monday night at the Home of scoutmaster Rolland Roy and made plans for a combined court of Honor and father son banquet to be held feb. 12 at 6 . In the Pownal Center firehouse. They will be assisted in arrangements by the women s Reserve which is expected to be formed this week. Any Mother of an Active scout May join by fining out a regulation card application. Further details May be obtained by contacting . Donald Rogers. On Jan. 18, scouts working for first and second class badges will attend a class at the Williams College planetarium and on Jan. 19 two who have completed requirements for Star scout will be examined by a Board of review at Bennington High school. The kindergarten changeover in Manchester Manchester a elementary school principal Donald r. Shanks announced today kindergarten morning and afternoon sections would reverse classroom times Jan. 27. The shift had been planned earlier this year. In a letter to kindergarten parents today Shanks said the shift was ordered to Quot be fair to All the children As Well As the parents bus schedules to accommodate the changed classroom arrival times will be Forward j to parents next week Shanks said. Committee also decided that the annual Candy drive would be held after the easter holidays this year. Following the business session refreshments were served by . Roy. Committee members attending in addition to scoutmaster Roy were William Frost Fletcher Hall Marcel Langlais Dexter Moore Robert Pudvar Lyle Grusendorf and Stanley Darling. A new member Nicholas c. Kokoras was Welcome. The next meeting is Jan. 31. All members Are requested to attend for the annual signing of the charter. Mountain towns Carlo Molter to 4-3993 or. And . Emilio Lauren a and son Joseph of Wallingford Conn., spent the Holiday weekend with or. And . Vincent Nesco and sons Ralph and David of Meriden Conn. At their vacation House in Searsburg. But new year s eve they were All guests of or. And . Ernest Chapeau of Meriden at their ski Cabin in West Dover. Old family doctor not so old now Kansas City to. Up a the american Academy of general practice asks a whatever happened to the old family doctor Quot and then answers a a he a not old any the organization of family doctors said in a recent computer tabulation of Ages of its 29,000 members showed More than 54 per cent Are under 50 years old. The highest percentage 17 per cent Are Between 40 and 44. The next highest 14.1 per cent Are Between 35 and 39, and the second runner up 13.7 per cent is age group 45-49. The single age with the greatest number of Academy doctors is 41. The Academy second largest National medical group lists three members who Are 25 or younger and eight who Are 90 or older. The organization s patriarch is or. Homer Davis of Genoa neb., who is 97. Davis practice until he was hospitalized recently by a stroke. News items May he Tele phoned to Manchester Bureau chief Chet Ringheiser at 362-2073, or if no answer 375-2545. Readers Are also urged to Send items to the Banner . Box 506, Manchester Center. Or. And . Allan Pash and their four children of Springfield mass., spent the Holiday week with her parents or. And . Henry Cherbonneau. Susan Posthauer of Boston has returned Home after spending the holidays with her Mother . Richard Posthauer at Manchester Center. Miss Cheryl Tuttle of the Katherine Gibbs school in Boston entertained Judy Skudlark of a school Friend during the Christmas week at the Home of her Mother . Earl Russell. Or. And . Kenneth Bresko and two children of Brooklyn . Spent new years weekend with his parents or. And . Stephen Bresko. Miss Jill Pennock of Manchester depot spent several Days last week visiting her grandmother in Wallingford. Tom Osmer a student at Ulm is at his Home for the Christ new years recess. Tom Parsons son of or. And . Carl Parsons has returned to Franconia College following a vacation at his Home Here. Visiting friends in town this week is h. Alan Wood son of or. And . Clifford Wood former residents of South Dorset. Pole snaps lights oui at Manchester Manchester a Manchester depot and East Manchester were plunged into darkness monday night about 7 15 when powerful winds snapped a pole near Peterson a Mill on the Dufresne Pond Road according to cups officials this morning at Lincoln Street substation in Bennington. Because of the tangle in Power lines a second Crew was put on the Job and a portion of the substation had to be opened in order to disconnect the line before repair could begin. The Bennington station did not know How Long the blackout existed and local cups authorities were unavailable for comment this morning. Wood who is doing graduate work in the dept of botany and Plant pathology at Purdue University Lafayette ind., was the recent co author of a paper on Plant virology printed in the september Issue of John Gaudette now in Framingham mass., has been visiting friends and relatives in town. Manchester a venerable Robert grandpa Purdy who will be 101 in february was Able to visit with relatives and friends Here recently. He now lives at the Fairview nursing Home on Elm Street in Bennington. Public relations chairman . Kay Guidera will have charge of wednesday nights program when the Manchester business and professional women meet at 6 c0 Sharp for dinner at the Colburn House wednesday. A social hour will precede the meal at 6, and the business meeting with president . Irma Zentz will begin at 8. Special services there will be services of holy communion at Zion episcopal Church Manchester Center at 7 and 9 30 . Thursday to Mark the festival of Epiphany. Epiphany commemorates the manifestation of Christ to the gentiles in the persons of the magi. Hot lunch menus for the remainder of the week at Manchester elementary school and it. Laurel school include wednesday american goulash Green Beans Vienna bread peaches thursday beef Stew biscuit fruited jello Friday fish Sticks mashed potato Cole Slaw Jam Sandwich butterscotch pudding Faut talkers Boston up a the average Telephone caller who uses up All three minutes of a a Sta Tion to station Quot Call requires 450 words the new England Telephone amp Telegraph co. Says. Really fast gabber use 750 words. Lincoln s Gettysburg address totalled 267. Bennington Banner tuesday january 4, Williams professor to study at Stanford on sabbatical Williamstown mass. A aided by a National science f foundation Grant and a six month sabbatical leave granted to selected assistant professors at Williams College or. William t. Fox will be on sabbatical leave during the 1966-67 academic year. Or. Fox has been Given a science faculty Fellowship for research which he will undertake at Stanford University in Palo Alto Calif. He will work on application of computers in geological research. This involves mathematical simulation of Geo logical processes in particular the relationship of ancient organisms to their environment. The research will be continuation of work or. Fox has been doing under a $21,900 three year Grant from the psf on Fesili Ferous Limestone from Southern Indiana. Title of his research is a quantitative paleo ecological analysis of the Richmond a native of Oak Park 111., or. Fox received his . From Williams in 1954, and then spent two years in military service before going to Northwestern University where he earned his . In 1960 and his . In 1961. He was a graduate assistant at Northwestern from 1957-59, a University fellow there in 1959 Manchester Marine of f to training Rutland a it was announced today by m. Sgt. . Camp local Marine Recruiter that Leslie c. Cole 18, son of or. And . Everett n. Cole of Manchester has enlisted in the . Marine corps for four years. Pvt. Cole was sworn into the marines at Albany . And immediately departed for recruit training at Parris Island . He will receive eight weeks of intensive recruit training followed by four weeks of individual combat training at Cample Jeune . He will then return Home to spend a 20-Day leave. Pvt. Cole attended Burr and Burton Seminary and was employed in Manchester prior to his enlistment. Or. William t. Kox 60, and the following year held a National science foundation cooperative Fellowship at Northwestern before joining the Williams faculty in 1961. Or. Fox has written several papers for Learned publications. He is married to the former Norma Hel zen of Colorado Springs colo., and has one son Stephen. His family will accompany him on the sabbatical. East Arlington Sunderland Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 East Arlington Federated Church will hold its annual meeting thursday at 8 . At Bailey Hall. The Enterprise society will hold its annual meeting wednesday beginning with a covered dish luncheon under hostesses . . Williams . John Moore . Abide Baker and . Max Grout. Greetings have been received from the Rev. Granville Green welds who Are enjoying a two week vacation. They motored to Florida with their trailer and Are seeing that state before returning to duties Jan. 16. Their daughter Lee Anna is staying with friends in town so As not to miss school. Statement of condition Vermont National Bank december 31, 1965 helping you your family and your business that a our theme. Because we gauge our Success As much in terms of helping people and the Community As in financial growth. Over the past year thousands of families have used the Vermont National Bank a services to buy their Homes educate their children increase their savings and build their businesses. We Are proud to have had a part in helping these people provide for their needs today and plan for tomorrow. But we have no intention of resting on our laurels. We look Forward in 196fi to an even better year of serving you your family and your business. Resources Cash on hand and in Banks . Bonds and notes obligations of states and political subdivisions other Bonds and securities Loans and discounts banking houses and fixtures other resources total resources liabilities deposits reserves taxes interest and expense dividends other liabilities including unearned discount total liabilities valuation reserves Reserve for possible loan losses capital accounts preferred Stock 13,440 shares of $50 Par common Stock 108,000 shares of $10 Par surplus undivided profits Reserve for retirement of preferred Stock total capital accounts total liabilities valuation reserves and capital accounts $ 4,554,225.18 9,577,336.54 4,769,861.69 262,146.66 33,541,123.31 821,001.95 167,273.88 $53.692.969.2 $48,623,612.21 121,659.53 46,620.00 878.079.12 $49,669,970.86 $ 273,499.47 $ 672,000.00 1,080,000.00 1,228,000.00 753,498.88 16j3q Liq $53,692,969.21 eur Vermont National Bank every modern banking service for you your family and your business main office Brattleboro a branches in Bellows Falls a Bennington a Chester Jamaica a Newfane a Proctorsville a Springfield a Wilmington a Windsor a Woodstock member Federal Deposit insurance corporation member Federal Reserve system

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