Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jul 15 1965, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 15, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner thursday july 15, 1965-9 Lamb legs oven ready is 75< 45 Lamb tasty chops and pieces for Stew combination luscious flavor easy to carve Boneless Lamb roast la q j Lamb a Thrifty tasty Choice Mimi or i in Mij i Aal y shoulder chops a 75 89 45 now at the Peak of flavor rib chops freshly ground for flavor Lamb patties la la Chuck Stea Bone in perfect for Back Yard Cook out la Steak Boneless London Broil la 98 Gem flavorful live Wurst finast sliced Salami 8 of pkg 49 49 5 of pkg Nesco a serve hot or cold pastrami finast sliced Bologna pkg 49 39 Haydock fillets59 prices effective in All Sun a rms Rke a in the. Vicinity a found tits rials reserved fresh delicious seafood favorite v a Fry / Frozen food specials a a Yob Garden French Fries a Loo h save 32c Howard Johnson s Fried clams pkg 59 onion rings Vor Garden 5 pros euphrates Pina 49�?~ wbk a a \ \ a a regular or crinkle Cut 4 lib. Pros. 11 is a n. 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Cellist and Raymond Toubman oboist will give a concert of contemporary and baroque music with the third member of their Trio Elinor Preble flautist sunday at 3 30 at the Southern Vermont Art Center Manchester. North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 the ambitious ladles of the Baptist Church will be standing Over hot stoves to bake the Good food available at their saturday food Sale scheduled for to . In the Village Park. In Case of rain the Sale will be held in the Library. The Rev. Walter Miller of St. John s Church returned sunday to his duties As pastor after spending several weeks at notre Dame convalescent Home in Norwalk Conn., recuperating from illness. Calendar time the women s auxiliary of the North Bennington fire department is again sponsoring the Community Calendar and solicitations for listings Are now being started by the women. Mrs. Gordon Sweet is general chairman for the Calendar. The women will try to Contact All residents who May wish to have birthdays anniversaries Etc. Listed on the 1966 Calendar but any who Are missed and would like to be listed should Call mrs. Sweet or the auxiliary president mrs. Sanford Buxbaum. Plans for the Calendar made up the chief order of business at a covered dish supper held by the auxiliary in connection with its july meeting last week at the firehouse. This is the last meeting of the group until september. The Mountain towns Carlo Wolter to 4-3993 a statistical school report was discussed at a recent school Board meeting of Searsburg at the town clerk s office. A second item of business was the renewal of the school bus contract with Wallace Barnard of Wilmington. The meeting was attended by school director Doris Rice chairman Marjorie Rice and Bessie Becker and supt. Daniel o Connor. Newlyweds or. And mrs. Ole Larsen of new City . Spent a week of their vacation with their friends or. And mrs. Anders Olsen of Searsburg. Before returning Home the Larsen drove to Chester to visit his son assistant school supervisor Roy Larsen. The misery opening ton let at the Dorset Pla Boose is Moliere s farce performed by the caravan theatre. Patricia Carmichael stages the production which stars Fred Carmichael in the title role. With their representation of one of the greatest comic dramatists of All time the car Avaner join repertory groups All Over the nation who have rediscovered the Appeal of Moliere s witty dialogue farcical situations and Sharp perception of human nature. Sargent pern Alice Dibble 824-340? attending Southern Vermont Art Center Art and dance classes in Manchester from this area Are mrs. Butler Hoge of Londonderry and mrs. Cesar Bertheau of Peru sculpture Anna Dibble drawing Beth Mcwilliams and Susan Dibble of Peru dancing. Rep. Daulton Mann and Dalton Mann or. Of Peru sailed from Montreal last week on a Small Cunard line ship for the British Isles where they will spend some time touring fishing and playing Golf this summer. Mrs. Mann and son Seth drove them to Montreal and continued on to Quebec for a few Days visit before returning to Peru. Seaward m. Woodard of Peru won the men s doubles in the july 4 weekend Dorset Field club Tennis tournament and mrs. Robert Myhrum of Bedford Village n. Y. And Peru the women s doubles. Jay Gwinn of Lander eve and Darien Conn., won the july 4 open menus tournament in Chester. Or. And mrs. Thomas Merna of Sarasota fla., drove last week to their Peru Home where mrs. Merna will remain for most of the summer with her two children. Merna flew Back to work in Sarasota wednesday but will join his family Here again in August. Elizabeth flatterer of Morristown n.j., is now living in her Home in Peru. Mrs. Edgar Mead of new York City is spending the summer with her two children in their new this year tech built Home in Landgrove. Her husband will spend weekends Here. The children attend mrs. S. R. Ogden s Camp Dally in Landgrove. Or. And mrs. Marcel Bolin of new York City Are spending the summer in their Landgrove Home. Mrs. Bolinas daughter mrs. Renssalaer Vanwyck of Wilton Conn. Is also spending the summer at her Landgrove Home

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