Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jan 28 1966, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - January 28, 1966, Bennington, Vermont The Manchester fire fighters association and i to Manchester fire department an non m e an open House of the new for your inspection fire House sunday Ian. 30tl.4,.8p.m to wish to take this Opportunity to publicly announce our deep appreciation and gratitude to each and every person whose generosity made our venture possible. We Are particularly grateful to the following business corporations and individuals for their cooperation and consideration in the actual construction of our building Howard Dufresne inc. William e. Dailey inc. Morse c&6 Block company Milton Rockwell inc. Brown amp Hitchcock inc. R. K. Miles inc. Wilcox fuels inc. Kilburn hardware Markey electric Earl Fisher and son Central Vermont Public service corporation town of Manchester Brewster furniture Van Loon associates Manchester water company Wall letterpress Daley Rizio Monument roofing inc. The Bader corporation overhead door corporation g. And h. Construction Valley Homes inc. Monarch Auto body inc. Ted Hopkins shop Swezey lumber inc. Dudley Griffis Gene Bovey Terry Tyler Orrin Beattie Howard Dailey Fred Malone John Long John Batchelder Lawrence Grant we also wish to thank the entire membership of the association through whose combined efforts the entire venture has been accomplished within one year of its inception. North Bennington scouts prove Mettle camping out in Pittsford snowstorm North Bennington a if Winter comes boy scout troop 328 in North Bennington will be right there to meet it. A group of 13 scouts and two scoutmaster chose the Sto Miest weekend of the Winter for their annual Winter Camp out and travelled Jan. 22 to a campsite at lems camping grounds a few Miles North of Pittsford. The boys needed no urging to get their gear up to the campsite in record time and were undaunted by the seven inches of Snow that had to be cleared off the ground before the tents could be set up. In no time tents were up in a hollow Square formation with a fire in the Center for cooking and warmth. Senior patrol Leader Pete Stoothoff and assistant senior patrol Leader Alan Mcwaters tried a bit of even More primitive camping by building a Brush lean to shelter and living in it the entire weekend. Scouts Eddie Paquin Peter Perkins and Fred Driscoll were working for second class cooking requirements and practice their skills As Camp Cooks with it is reported excellent results. An afternoon of tobogganing was followed by a hot supper of Hobo Stew with songs and ghost stories around the campfire. Sunday morning proved the Mettle of these scouts when they prepared a hot breakfast of Cereal Rolls and Cocoa and then broke Camp for the return trip Home a All in the midst of a violent snowstorm. In addition to Stoothoff and Alan Mcwaters other scouts who made the trip included Bruce exam time a ninth graders take an algebra exam at Burr and Burton Seminary in Manchester wednesday under the supervision of John w. Eckhardt mathematics instructor left foreground. Mid term exams at the Seminary started Jan. 24 and will continue until Friday. Ringheiser Mcwaters Eddie Paquin Peter Perkins Ronnie Shepard Fred Driscoll Chi Henningsen Jim Gratton Scott Tinney Gerry Cook Jim Wickenden and Keith Carroll. The troop was led by scoutmaster Harold Shepard and Bob Mcwaters. The troop has expressed its appreciation to Arthur w Icken Den and Bill Carroll for help with transportation and to Art Mcwaters for the use of the Camp grounds. Vav pinball John o. Slade 824-6619 or. And mrs. Melvin wort Hiem and family of Hartford Conn., were at their place the former Smith property on the Ameden Road during the weekend. Or. And mrs. Theodore Bro Phy and family of cos cob Conn. Were at their place formerly owned by Charles Mccurdy on Taylor Hill during the weekend. Or. And mrs. Robert Guttroff returned last week from Bermuda where they spent their honeymoon. They will reside at a Stratton Valley on it. 30. Or. And mrs. Edward Waters and family of Farmington mass. Were at their place on Taylor Hill during the weekend. Gus Heinze and friends of new York City were at his place in the Village during the weekend for skiing. A trailer truck loaded with lumber turned Over at four Corners on it. 30 Friday even Irig As the result apparently of weak Springs. The Accident was investigated by state police. Bennington Banner Friday january 28, 1966-7 Manchester shopping Center station mrs. Virginia Szirbik of Dorset president of the Silvir corporation which is planning a shopping Center on it. 11-30 at Manchester has released an architect s Conception of a new Texaco station to be included with construction a probably in the the colonial Brick design will conform to other shopping Center plans and to the design of the new town office building next door mrs. Szirbik said. Do you know any elephants who give people peanuts. And b. C Blondie Steve Canyon heart of Juliet Jones this elephant does for the fire fighters association h. In a in Brose. President for the fire department l. W. Bourn chief

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