Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jul 15 1965, Page 8

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 15, 1965, Bennington, Vermont By Bennington Banner thursday july 15, 1965 bu8-Wfary rut Happy the first of 20 fresh air children Are shown alighting at Manchester wednesday for their country Holiday. They Are being helped by mrs. Donald Mattison Center who is in charge of the local program. Mechanical trouble necessitated a change Over to another bus at Albany before continuing on their trip. Mrs. Mattison reports the children were Quot just Breen society receives Ethan Allen notes Manchester a the Manchester historical society recently added two accessions to its collection of Manchester items of historical interest. Mrs. Sue Isham Hardyman presented the society with antique documents including two notes signed by Ethan Allen in 1783, two court summons ordering Allen to appear in court for failure to pay certain notes signed by him and a receipt signed by Gidoen Ormsby one of the towns Carlist and most illustrious citizens. Also received by the society from Hubbel Lathrop its Secretary were items of the Lathrop family dating from Early years. Among these Are a foot War Mer used by Pamela Hill Lathrop in the congregational Church in the Village a pair of Indian arrowheads found in the Lathrop Meadow near the Bate Nelll a hand forged Candle snuffer and Lead bullets cast at the Lathrop farm in the Early 19th Century. Also a set of apothecary Scales used by a local physician and Given to Lathrop a Farmer a wrought Iron handle from the Lathrop House which was built in 1785 an Early Stone Ink Well a 19th Century snuff Box used by Hubbel Lathrop i wooden door handles from the Jim Rule House in Sunderland More than 133 years old ancient stirrups and a Shell fragment from the Saratoga Battlefield. Presented and loaned recently by the hard family were a wedding dress gloves and lace shoulders worn by Harriet Fay at her wedding in 1829 a medallion of Areta hard at age 21 taken in new York City in 1827 and a a a Friendly table cover made about 1850 by friends whose names appear on the Back of the sections of which the cover is made. Also some Silver shoe and knee buckles worn by the Rev. Zachariah Walker in 1678 two Walker Silver spoons and a Lambskin used on the Edge of mantelpiece shelves made by Tolian Ful Stevens Wilcox great grandmother of the Rev. Abraham Pierson the first president of the items have been placed on display in the cabinets of the society s room in the basement of the new Given Wing at the Mark Skinner Library. Brand Nam of a do i a ref rss the trailer Bank used temporarily by the Vermont rank and Trust to. On Bonnet Street in Manchester has been hauled away from in front of the newly completed Bank revealing a red Brick office of colonial effect. The new Bank has drive up Teller service left and also Large parking facilities in the rear. It is fully air conditioned. Breen Easl Arlington Sunderland Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 or. And mrs. Frank Labadie have their two grandchildren with them for the summer and neighbourhood children Are welcoming Lauren and Andre Rogers again this summer. Sydney Bustard who was boarding at the Home of mrs. Daisy Schwarzkopf and sister miss Edna Green in Sunderland has employment in Walpole . Near his Home. Great Day coming july 21 is the great Day for Manchester Jackie Breen 362-2259 or. And mrs. Justin Mueller of electronic service co. Visited the 1966 general electric to preview in Burlington last week. Mrs. Robert Johnson was soloist As the annual hymn sing held at the St. Paul a Church in Wells sunday. She Sang a selection of american spirituals accompanied on the Organ by Joseph Stannard. Ken Johnston is holding the formal grand reopening of his sports shop located next to Kil Burn hardware on Vermont 11-30. The Federated Church of East Arlington. Not Only will there be a Tea and Bazaar in the afternoon but in the evening a concert by the Yankee doodles drum and Bugle corps will be followed by children a attraction and a country auction. Wilford Wallace and Francis Owen Are co chairmen for the auction and they wish to announce that in Case of rain this evening event will be held on Friday july 23. These men have a truck ready and will see that donations Are picked up and cared for until the auctioneer arrives on july 21 at 7 30. Anyone having a donation and wishing it picked up May Call Wallace at 375-2235 or Owen at 375-2222. Arlington Helene Thompson 375-2325 there will be a special meeting of Post 69, american legion tonight at 8 at the legion rooms. 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