Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jan 13 1966, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - January 13, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Shaftsbury scout year starts w with a bail Quot new scoutmaster says Shaftsbury a troop 31, Esa committee chairman Philip Roach has announced that the troop has started the year with a bang and he has thanked his committee and new scoutmaster Henry Freeley for their cooperation. Roach holds great Hope for the coming year he says. It was announced at the monday night meeting that More than $100 was realized from the Sale of Christmas Trees. Edwin Colvin reported on the Community tree which was erected on the main Corner of town and noted that the tree has been taken Down and lights turned Over to Henry Buak for safekeeping. Charter night will be feb. 7 at the firehouse and a tentative program was presented for the committee s a up Royal. The boys Are requested to Wear their scout uniforms during scout week feb. 7 a 13. The Rev. A. J. Macdonald extended an invitation to scouts to attend the first methodist Church on scout sunday feb. 13. A new patrol has been formed in the troop with Ricky Harrington patrol Leader. There Are now three patrols of eight members each. Two new members who joined monday night were Clayton Kip and Michael Dailey. Scoutmaster freely requested the Purchase of two More camper tents which would mean two tents for each patrol. There will Arlington school Hoard ponders District Bange Arlington a school directors meeting Here wednesday night voted to table a vote on changing Arlington s District affiliation until their next Meed ing. Board clerk Walter Corey said the directors at this Point Are Only discussing a change from the Bennington Southwest supervisory Union school District to the Bennington Rutland supervisory Union school District. If they agree a change should be made a Public meeting on the subject will follow he approval would have to follow local approval. A change in districts would be in order should Arlington decide to Region Alize later with schools North of the town in the trl Valley area. The school directors spent most of their meeting working on the budget. The Pownal Vera Langlais 823-7716 be one overnight trip or hike each month regardless of weather but it was announced that the boys must be properly equipped to participate. Chairman Roach was appointed to investigate the Cost of insurance covering scouts when they Are involved in scout activities. Scoutmaster freely reported that he has put in a bid for one week at the world exhibition in Montreal in 1967, representing Vermont. He also reported on proposed cooperation in camping with the Arlington troop. Arthur Jones was delegated to ask Andre Betit to set up a class or first Aid As soon As possible. The course will consist of three meetings of one half hour each on successive monday nights. Jones also reported on the recruiting program. All boys approaching la years of age will be sent an invitation to attend a scout meeting. He and Robert Fletcher Are working with the boys in making recruiting tapes for broadcast on Watn radio station. Roach said he had discussed the proposed heritage Trail program with Richard Barret of the Bennington museum and reported Barret As most enthusiastic offering to help the committee in any Way he can. Committeemen at the meeting were Roach scoutmaster freely assistant scoutmaster Alan Hess Henry Buak Robert Fletcher Edwin Colvin John Clawson Dale Sands William Stufflebeam Arthur Jones and Donald r fran Stacy 442-6324 Seaman 3.c. Thomas Burke son of mrs. Mabel Burke returned to Norfolk a. Sunday after spending five Days leave Here. On Jan. 17 he will sail for Viet Nam aboard the Luzerne county an list boat. Members of Tucker chapter Oes Are reminded to have articles for saturday s rummage Sale at the Temple Friday afternoon or evening for sorting and marking. Those needing items picked up Are asked to Call 447-7365. Baked goods for the food Sale should be at the Temple by la . Saturday. The i Hopes 4-h Dairy club met Friday at the Home of Myron Greene. Wanda Lawrence presided at the business meeting Kathleen Flynn gave the treasurer s report Gail Bishop the Secretary a report and an Oral quiz on lice and mastitis and Sandra Green the news report. The next meeting will be held at the Home of Bernard Harris in West Shaftsbury. Cook out despite Snow and sub freezing weather saturday morning nine members of boy scout troop 31 and their new scoutmaster Henry freely participated in a Cook out. The group hiked to the troop s land on West Mountain and after being Given instruction in foil cookery tried their hand at it. Hardy souls who made the trip were Allan Sands Bruce Gabrus Peter Cross Tom Faris Tim Viereck Terry King Mark Gates Edward Corey and Lynn Buak. Bennington Banner thursday. J Annary 1986 9 Arthur e. George chairman of the Board of selectmen has announced that the january allotment of Federal surplus food has arrived. Distribution to residents registered in the program will take place this evening at the town office Between 630 and 7 30. The Rev. John c. Hatch has announced that the annual meeting will be held at North Pownal congregational Church parsonage Tan. 18 at 8 . The annual meeting of the first a test Church will take place fan. 19 at 7 30 . In the social rooms. It elects the annual election of officers of the Pownal Parent teacher group was held tuesday night. John Mason was chosen president. Other officers elected Are mrs. Lames Quinn vice president mrs. Robert e. Rudd jr., treasurer and mrs. Burton Peck Ham Secretary. Attendance awards were a Quot three Way tie Quot going to the rooms of miss Florence Field George Daley and mrs. Doris Lillie. The group voted to sponsor Purchase of a portable skating rink to be installed Chi the Center school grounds. A committee named to look into the feasibility of the plan includes mrs. James Quinn Charles Vav. Rounds George Daley and Dennis Joy. The meeting closed with the showing of a movie titled Quot impressionable years Quot by Kenneth Gale depicting the very Young becoming acquainted with the use of libraries. Winhall Bondville John o. Slade 824-6619 or. And mrs. Henry Pacquette of Chicopee Falls mass. Were at their place the former Slade schoolhouse on it. 30, during the weekend. Larry Slade son of or. And mrs. Carrol Slade left sunday for Manchester . Where he will Fly to Lackland fab Tex. Slade has enlisted for four years. David and his Mother of Bridgeport conn., were at the family Home Quot Stratto Wald Quot during the weekend. Or. And mrs. David Petke of Terryville conn., were at their place the former Jasper Benson property in the Village during the weekend. It a super Market has the Best meat in town ask anyone Tobin s first prize fresh pork Rolls Boneless 4 to 6 i is. Makes a delicious roast la. a. Choice beef cube Steak Steak sliced Bacon lean Boneless save 40c a la. This week la. U s d a. Choice beef top round Wilson s Corn King Boneless tender save 40c a in. This week la. La. Pkg. La. $4 09 Salem a super All beef Hamburg 59 colonial Brand cold cuts veal Pickle Pimento Macaroni and cheese 21 first prize fresh Side pork 79 colonial Brand Franks 2s. S1. Alemy homemade sausage n. T9 colonial Brand Bologna ,59 Salem a homemade links i Tai i an hot sausage,99 Barb cd Chicken n fresh clams Doz. 49 . No. I Indian River p Ink potatoes 50�?o.s1m Grapefruit to i. J Duro bleach big gallon plastic Jug a a Duflot ammonia v it. Plastic j i bottle j Wash Day Miracle tide giant 69 de i Monte pineapple Grapefruit i m in a juice a Quot 3"� s5$ my cans 1 vol cake mixes by 3 p Ard dog foods Quot 7 Betty Crocker pkg. Tai i cans Blue Bonnet Oleo Blue Bird Orange juice 3 Campbells you Tomato soup a a a 10� c. Theodore Henshaw of Lexington mass., visited his father Chester p. Henshaw during the weekend. The next regular meeting of Mountain Home Grange will be held Jan. 17 at the Grange Hall. All members Are reminded to bring their Quot Waist Money and other contributions for the mile of pennies. There were Many guests and skiers at the Quot red setter the former Flora Burbank and Lyle Tuttle property on the River Road and at Quot wind hams Quot the former Lincoln Maples during the weekend. Walter Raim and Frederick Kantor of new York City with t skiing friends spent the weekend at their place the former property owned by or. And mrs. George Marr. Library news through the Courtesy of the free Public Library service regional Bookmobile Good selection of books on various topics have been left at the Winhall memorial Library. The Library has closed during the Winter months but anyone interested in selecting further Reading or reference books May make an appointment with John Slade. For those who Are interested the Library has a collection of Standard paperback books available on Many different subjects and by Many authors that can be borrowed. The Library has also recently received additional books from donors which were added to the collection. The weather world saturday and sunday were the coldest Days of the Winter season Here to Date but skiers were out in full Force. After snowstorms and freezing weather last week Trees and other vegetation were glazed with a glistening cover of Snow and ice and the branches drooped under weight of the heavily Laden cover of Snow. Dorset Marchen Skinner 867-4490 the women a Fellowship of the United Church of Dorset will hold a business meeting next wednesday at 2 . In the vestry. No program has been sched-1 used. Miss Gladys Lodge will be devotional Leader. Hostesses Are mrs. Ada Rumney and mrs. Ada Towslee. With uncanny foresight mrs. Blanche Park and her sister mrs. Edna Harrington of Indian Lake ., chose monday before the cold spell to leave the Northeast to Fly from Albany to Arizona where they will spend several months. The annual meeting of the United Church of Dorset and East Rupert will begin at 730 tonight in the vestry. There will be no supper proceeding the meeting As previously announced but there will be dessert served by members of the women a Fellowship. Leigh Perkins owner and president of the Charles f. Orals co., purchased the Home of or. And mrs. Harold Carnie on it. 30 in Dorset Village Jan. 7. The Home formerly owned by or. And mrs. Ernest Mills was occupied by the Perkins family during the holidays. Carleton Howe of Manchester has sold his Apple storage barn and adjacent Home to or. And mrs. Ivan Combe of Scarsdale The Combes who own a Home on the Dorset Hill Road Are summer residents of the town. Of ii Vileor Siri in Muslin sheets a % twin or double fitted or regular 81 x 108 72 x 108 a Iii menus knit gloves that sold for st.17, leather Palms warm and comfortable. I Vav Al a a Fain Yon Eon i % floss of i mens amp boys knit ear flaps. Wools and plastic. Values to s2.97. On h0> a in sir a 9e jackets 34 a a it a a. So a 51.97 Nall yer Ety of St i. Poplar Fahr and Eyer nto by is. R 0 tiered. Re test "or<1uroys 0,1 lined in a a x x a. A or fabulous savings on boys jackets h Ere is a Large variety f jackets at Low Low rices. Corduroys wools y ions. Clues to $15.87 v. A 7 is in we a a a open wed., thurs., Fri. Till 9 mon., tues., sat

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