Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jul 19 1963, Page 3

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 19, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Mete lass set 85 area youths win swimming certificates just pokin9 around the first swimming and life saving program conducted by the Bennington county red Cross chapter was completed july 12 with 85 class members completing All skills required to receive their certificates. The next period of lessons at Lake paran will open aug. 5 and continue for two weeks. These additional two weeks at paran Are primarily for children unable to attend the first program and for Pownal children who have had no Opportunity for lessons in that area this year due to the closing of Barber s Lake. Registration Blanks will be available at Powers store and Lake paran in North Bennington and at the red Cross office in Bennington after july 23. Henry w. Coley will be the in 1961 Volkswagen Micro bus a very clean m795 1957 Oldsmobile station Wagon Auto. Trans., r amp compare Complete new motor Job j895 Liggett Bosworth sales amp service North Bennington Road Bennington it Struc Tor in charge of this program. Those receiving certificates in the various classes of swimming and life saving which closed last Friday were beginners a Gail Bishop Penny and Perry Bouplon Michael Breen Paul Brundage John Carriere Gale and Peter Cross Terry Dailey Rita Driscoll Tom Faris Diane Harris Clara and Darlene Hazelton Malcolm Hewitt Brenda Howe David and Rachel Kariel Terry King Arditi Lawson Gregory Marsha and Edward Paquin. Also Alan Pratt George Sand quist Aileen and Tim Shea Mark Stratton Debby and Kathy Thomas John Van orman Meg and Viereck Brian Wade Carol Williamson and Susan Willis. Advanced beginners a Elaine Curran Frederick Driscoll Pamela Erickson Toby Mamis Donald Matatt Susan Porter Jane Rice Patti Sweet sue Sorensen and mama Whitman. Intermediates a Nancy Booda Kian Richard and Thomas Dailey Lynn Driscoll Kathy Fuller Erwin Gates Marty ii James Gratton Sheila Harris Carlene Hedding Marlene Knapp Wanda Lawrence Gary Matteson Scott paddock Karen Pratt Barbara Sweeney Spencer Sweet Linda Williamson and Amy Worthington. Swimmers a Edward Chahan Ovich Marilyn and William Dailey Mark Dwyer Joseph Martha and Robert Erickson Gary and Patricia Marsha Christine Powers Sharon Reed Griffin Smith Terry Toomey and Jennifer Viereck. Advanced swimmers a Laura Pratt and Mark Tetrault. Junior life savers a Cheryl and Debra Crosier Bruce Knapp Karin Schonbeck and Philip Wilson. Addison county sheriff and mrs. Allen j. Chandler of Middlebury were honoured last sunday on their Silver wedding anniversary. Sheriff Chandler was located in Bennington several years ago with the state motor vehicle department. More than too friends and relatives including officers of Addison county court municipal court Middlebury police and the Middlebury Barracks of the Vermont state police attended the a open mrs. Chandler is the former Mary Elizabeth cools of Fletch playground youngsters hold scavenger Hunt Taskin furniture company 33 Eagle St. Phone n. Adam 3-3784 drap cries to order at terrific savings from cd. Enormous selection no charge for labor All was relatively quiet at memorial Park wednesday afternoon for at least one hour when nearly 50 boys and girls participated in the special week event a scavenger Hunt. Participants eight years old and older invaded surrounding neighbourhoods Hunting for such items As a Bennington Bicentennial wooden Nickel a Hula hoop and a president Kennedy Campaign Button. The team of Francine befit Linda befit and Dorothy Hathaway checked in first with All 21 articles at 2 34 ., just minutes shy of being a full hour ahead of the deadline. Each Winner received a scramble picture Puzzle. Taking part in the Hunt were James Kittel Michael Vince Rod Cameron Jean Crawford Roberta Bates Charlene Bates Michael Pinsonneault Sheila Pinsonneault and Kathleen Raina. Debby Sachau Dawn Thibodeau Valerie Pinsonneault Francine Beth Linda Betit Dorothy Hathaway Peter Piscopo Peggy Hathaway Sheila Betit Francis Morin Ralph Qualkenbush Walter Hall Cheryl Comstock Mary Burgess Joann Burgess Charles Kinney Michael Babcock Joseph Lacroix John la Croix Keith Parizo Richard my Sherry Ronald Myers David hol Booty Booty Cox do in Mills Maine up a mrs. Ella Ross helps raise funds for her Church by knitting baby booties which Are sold to parishioners. Shell be 104 next birthday. A neat attractive desk top addressing machines systematic let the Elliott 808 systemized your daily by. Heading up statements direct mail prepare labels in Type writable Elliott data print stencils the heart of every Elliot system. Anyone who can Type can Type an Elliott Stencil on any Standard office typewriter. You can get up to 10,000 impressions from each data print Stencil. Compact Elliott data printing right at you Finger tipi data filing system the 808 Campanion styled Stencil conditioner and Matching filing Cabinet holds up to 3,000 Stencil is. Addressing machines prices from 97 you Cut Here a i would like More information on the Elliott 808 i i would like a demonstration i name address City signature Cut Here Evans news office equip., inc. 431 main Street dial 2-6326 Bennington it. Lister Peter Gadue Richard Kuhn and William Cone. The five six and seven year Olds engaged in a merry Hunt of their own combing the grounds for among other things an ant a Green Apple and a White Stone. The Trio of James Lacroix Michael Allard and Richard Rowe returned quickly with All of the to required items and each received a set of push Button puppets. Lacroix s prize seemed especially timely As it coincided with his seventh birthday. Other Small Fry participating in this Hunt were Danette Parker Mary Crawford Kathleen Bates Michael Raina Jean Raina Katherine Raina Marjorie Bates Michael Harrington Barbie Jean Burke Kathleen Walker Robert Gerity Randy Sweet James Lacroix Michael Allard and Richard Rowe. Children at both Stark Street and memorial Park playgrounds will be Given an Opportunity to take part in president Kennedy a physical fitness program As they hike to the Deer Park at 10 30 . Tuesday. Each child must bring his own lunch and to cents for a soft drink if he desires. After lunch the hikers will set out for the a by Quot Pool. Games Are being planned for the boys and girls All of whom must be at least six years old. Hike permit slips must be signed by parents and turned in to the playgrounds by i Monday. The shuffleboard and foursquare courts at the Stark Street playground have been completed and Are now in constant use. At the present time Zell Ball and four Square Ball Are the most popular games at memorial Park. A visitor to memorial Park this week has been Janice step Light 7, from Brooklyn . She is spending two weeks with Beverly Galvin of Bradford Street. Roasts Chuck Bone in North Bennington Road Bennington by Agnes Rockwood or and sheriff Chandler then lived in Fairfax. The couple was married in St. Albans methodist Church on july 12, 1938, by the Rev. D. L. Livingstone. He is a former Security policeman at general electric co. In Burlington and formerly a Campus policeman at Middlebury College. He was elected Addison county sheriff i november 1960, taking office in february 1961. Or. And mrs. Chandler have three sons twins Alton and Allen and Philip. They have four grandchildren. A of miss Charlotte Mccartney formerly on the news staff at the Banner and now editor and publisher of the Rural vermonter spoke on the problems of a new Magazine at a two Day Institute of the league of Vermont writers last week in Burlington. With a circulation of 8,000 after less than a year the Magazine is published mainly through her efforts alone although there Are contributing editors. She was pictured in the Burlington free press As she discussed editorial Content of the Magazine with St. Albans poet Richard Barry. A new exhibit on display at Boston s museum of science has a series of seven Large colourful panels depicting advances in Medicine surgery research education and care of the sick. Produced and sponsored by the John Hancock Mutual life insurance co., it pays tribute to Bostons third largest Industry citing the City s 97 hospitals 3 medical schools 26 schools of nursing and 4,000 practising physicians. Shown Are on the spot scenes of Beth Israel Hospital Boston dispensary and rehabilitation Institute Boston floating Hospital for infants and children Boston University school of Medicine children s Hospital medical Center Harvard medical school Massachusetts general Hospital Massachusetts memorial Hospital Pratt clinic new England Center Hospital and Tufts University school of Medicine. The exhibit can be seen daily except mondays in the museums second floor Pierce Hall of medical science. It will be on View through Jan. 7. The annual tour of Newport mansions at Newport ., will be held aug. 7 from la . To Garden club Tours Center a motor caravan of Bennington Garden club members tuesday visited the Berkshire Garden Center in Stockbridge mass., one of new England s outstanding horticultural centers. After a picnic lunch under the Shade Trees on the Edge of the experimental gardens c. Roy Boutard of the Garden Center took the Bennington party on a tour of the gardens naming the Plant material and outlining its growing habits and characteristics As he reached each Flower bed. The luxuriant Blooming begonias raised from seed a new Rose planting and the nearly 400 Day lilies most of which were in Bloom were the highlights of the gardens. An attractively planted Herb Garden also held the attention of the visitors. The Center also has an attractively planned Pool planted with water lilies and edged with wild material Many varieties of shrubs and Trees and numerous clematis that Drew much attention. Mrs. T. C. Thomas Bennington was in charge of the trip and arranged transportation for members of the club. Clearance of better shirts prints embroideries plaids Ivy and regular collars assorted colors. So a Al. Men a oxfords boys1 dungarees s3.92 88< boys1 shorts girls Sun dresses 88< 59< 5 30 For the Benefit of the preservation society of Newport county. The tour is planned rain or Shine. The five private estates to be open to the Public for the first time Are a Beacon Rock Quot summer Home of or. And mrs. Felix de Weldon of Washington a Ebay House Quot summer place of mrs. J. Edward Hudson of Houston Texas a the ledges Quot summer Home of or. And mrs. Howard g. Cushing of Boston a Ocean View Quot summer residence of mrs. J. Gordon Douglas of Washington and new York and the former Harold Brown estate now the summer Home of or. And mrs. John j. Slocum of new York. Additional information May be obtained from the preservation society Washington Square Newport Frederick c. Vogell m.d., son of or. And mrs. Frederick w. Vogell formerly of Bennington and now of Troy ., has become an associate member of the Ellsworth medical group and began practice this week in Springfield and Chester it. Or. Vogell who has been appointed to the Springfield Hospital medical staff will specialize in obstetrics and gynaecology. His father was formerly pastor j of the Bennington first methodist i Church. His wife and five children plan to remain temporarily in Caribou Maine where the doctor has practice since 1953. A of another Thrist quencher for these hot humid Days is suggested by the Hood homemaker Kitchen Orange Cream float a i pint Vanilla ice Cream i quart milk v2 Teaspoon Peppermint extract i quart Orange soda i quart Gin Gerale v2 Teaspoon Salt 2 pints Orange sherbet. Whip together ice Cream and milk. Stir in Peppermint extract Salt Orange soda and Ginger ale. Float scoops of Orange sherbet on punch and Garnish with mint. Makes about 24 four ounce Servings. Bennington Banner Friday july 19, 1963-3 Bennington storybook Parade prize winners Are announced the Bennington Village playground s storybook Parade fronted by members of Janet Flynn a school of Baton marched Down main Street thursday morning presenting a variety of Story themes. Upon returning to memorial Park Parade participants were Given Popsicle and prizes were awarded to Best fairy costume Dody frailer and Mary Crawford most like Cinderella Nancy Lackey Cindy Salem and Danette Parker Best Mother Goose character Michael Greene wee Willie Winkle Jean Crawford and Pamela Mears Best family group Cindy Gregory and George Salem Steven Richard and Patricia Dufresne. Also most Complete costume Martha Hicks Peter Colby and Patty do item bait plop a tume Kathy Fraher and Barbara Hurley Best historical costume Ronald Myers Johnny Reb Best Nursery rhyme character Martha Hicks Mary quite contrary Gregory Babcock rumple dump Toad Jacqueline Rowe old crooked Man. Also Best musical character Randy Sweet tinkerbell Best cartoon character Michael Babcock Popeye Best television character Brian Hurley Zorro and Chris Colby Bozo Best Hobo Richard Dufresne russian Hobo and Steven Dufresne. Baton twirlers who led the Parade were Gayle Racicot Mary Burgess Patty Farnum Theda Sausville Susan fair Connie fair Katherine Pinsonneault Judy Flynn and Judi to Aurby fresh from Dorrell farms peas la. 29c or. Or Wax Beans la. 29c Sunkist Sweet Juicy oranges 35 for 1.00 Salem a Market he a got everything for Home improvement except the Money. That a Why hell make a Low Cost Home improvement loan at the Vermont Bank and Trust company. You should too. The Vermont Bank and Trust co. Twi Emmial mp4wt Umeki comm atom �?�mttub0m a Lute aug Muneton Milow Tous Cost

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