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Bennington Banner wednesday july 21, 1965-7 Cambridge Ruth Bates 677-3421 Henrik Ibsen so an enemy of the people a will be presented by the Bishops company of California in the first United presbyterian Church Corner of Park and main thursday at 8 . Everyone is invited. An offering will be taken. One Hundred and sixty one would be swimmers have been boarding buses in front of Cambridge Central school to participate in the annual swim program provided by the Village of Cambridge recreation commission at Hedges Lake. Morning playground is for children Over five years of age and . Baseball games Are also on the Agenda for the next six weeks. Archery and softball for girls Are also available in the evening. On thursday Friday and saturday from 3 to 5 . At the Cambridge historical House on Broad Street members of on Dawa Cambridge chapter Dar will display Antiques in an area of such important Early historical significance the show is bound to bring together for the first time and All in one place items of great interest for historians and Antiques everyone is invited. No admission will be charged but a donation toward a Dar scholarship will be appreciated. The american heritage committee in in charge but hostesses will be from the entire chapter. Hinh monday August 2 Biff wind proves one More Blote to disheartened Buskirk Farmer Early application i red on new state scholarships by Ruth Bates Buskirk . A a a it san ill wind a the saying goes and to George Cronk a resident Here the saying is True. A tour of the Cronk property shows a High amount of damage from the whirlwind which hit the area around Buskirk and Eagle Bridge late sunday afternoon. Two silos a one Only two years old a were completely demolished and pieces of barn doors which were facing the Road were Slung Over a Quarter of a mile Down the Road and Over the next hedgerow. Cows grazing in the pasture several Hundred feet away from the Bam were injured by splinters Cronk said and one splinter 14 inches Long was removed from the hip of one cow while several others were treated for bruises and cuts caused by flying debris. Cronk was entering his bedroom late sunday he said when he heard a sound which made him think of someone whipping a rope. He went to the window and saw his com bowed to the ground and pieces of Wood being tossed in the air. Some of this Wood he later Learned was from the rear of the barn some from the barn roof and some from the silo. Immediately after the a will wind passed Over hailstones of an Inch or More in diameter began to fall Cronk said and a neighbor Roger Fillmore verifies the fact that hailstones were Tient. Two years in a Row other ill winds which always seem to hit hardest near his House and Bam have demolished his property. One of his few rays of Sunshine is Kim Lee a Small granddaughter who lives nearby. In commenting pm sundays storm Cronk looked at his manure spreader that had Bern moved 50 feet at the height of the wind. He said he hoped next years blow would go in some other direction. Arlington a new scholarships have been made available to Vermont students according to rep. Marjorie Doyle who As a member of the House education committee helped in reporting and revising a Bill to make them possible. Mrs. Doyle Points out that two types of scholarships Are available i of Honor scholarships valued at $100 each which Are made available to this years High school graduates on the basis of Scholastic ability and incentive Grant scholarships which Range from $200-$400 and Are based on both need and ability. The lat the Pownal Vera 823-7716 three troop 47 Kay of Sunshine granddaughter Kim Lee comforts George Cronk Ruskirk Farmer after his property was disastrously damaged sunday afternoon by a High wind. They Sund beside a Wagon which was carried about 75 feet from an adjoining Field and dashed against the ground. Bates extremely Large. A shovel Ful held shape for an hour after the storm. It was these stones which ripped leaves of the Corn to shreds. After the Hall Cronk said he examined the damage and found that the silo had fallen on the loader which will have to be repaired. The barn cleaner seemed to be working but two wagons had been thrown around and Slung up against a barn while another was tossed from one Field to another. The barn roof the Back of the barn the doors and two silos will have to be replaced the disheartened Cronk reported. Cronk came to Buskirk from new Jersey for health reasons about six years ago and the last three years have been something of a trial. More than two years ago his wife became ill and has made a number of trips to Albany medical Center where she is now a papa trois of boy scout elected leaders tuesday Beaver patrol Michael Walsh Leader Thomas Frost assistant Raven patrol Alan Strobridge Leader Michael Pratt assistant flaming Arrow patrol Peter Roy Leader John Grusendorf assistant. Thomas Langlais was named senior patrol Leader to supervise and advise the groups. Scout master Rolland Roy an Manchester Jackie Breen 362-2259 grand master Nathan Kamber of the grand Lodge at Vermont Toof who was honoured Here saturday at a reception has been hospitalized at Bennington. Bounced that the final test for scouts working for Merit badges in marksmanship will be Given Friday night at 7 at the scout hut. Nine boys Are enrolled and must be present to qualify for successful completion of the course. Roy said the next two weekly meetings will be held at 6 30 . At the Pudvar Camp to prepare the site for the August Camporee. A work Bee has also been scheduled for saturday afternoon july 31. Ter scholarships mrs. Doyle stresses Are available to qualified students who have been accepted at approved colleges both in state and out. The local representative says Bennington county students who Are interested in these scholarships should write As soon As possible to Vermont student assistance corp., Montpelier for information but she adds that she would be Happy to answer any questions. Phone 375-6056. H. Reed Saunders of Burlington an instructor at Ulm was named chairman of the student assistance corp. Monday. Also elected were Eugene Winslow president of Windham College vice chairman or. Max Barrows Deputy education commissioner Secretary Conrad Doyon St. Johnsbury banker treasurer and Richard Mcdowell financial Aid officer at St. Michael a College chairman of awards committee. Mrs. Doyle also Points out that senatorial scholarships Are still available for All Vermont colleges with the exception of Ulm. Bennington county senators Robert Wilson of Bennington and Allan Angney should be contacted for information on these she said. Scoop these new Fau fashion wonders at our famous tiny Price tags what sleet sunday s big wind in Buskirk did this to a two year old silo belonging to Farmer George Cronk. The practically new building was demolished along with a second silo and parts of his barn. A 14-Inch silo splinter had to be removed from one of his cows. Bates Ari i Tigon Helene Thompson a 375-2325 airman Phillip a. King us son of mrs. Louise King is serving with training Squadron four at the naval air station Pensacola Fla. The Squadron conducts training for student aviators in Hoosick Kalis Richard Severson 686-9594 weekly band concerts will resume in Wood memorial Park tonight at 8. The weekly concert was cancelled last week As members were out of town. Ralph and Robert Metcalfe 15, twin sons of or. And mrs. Alexander Metcalfe of 33 Carey ave., will appear on the barn at 8 Friday night. The twins will perform with electric guitars and a stick with me baby will be their featured number. The Metcalfe will also appear in another number teaming up with another set of twins Betty and Barbara Siegel of Ali any 12, in a breezing along with the this will not be the first time both sets of twins have been on at the same time As they appeared together in May 1964. Hoosick Ada v Lineer 686-7275 or. And mrs. Ronald Piritz and sons Evan and Gerald of san Francisco Calif Are visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. Otto Piritz Pine Valley Road and or. And mrs. Harold Andrew of Eagle Bridge. It air to air gunnery and Carrier Landing qualifications. Or. And mrs. Val Clifford and children of Freemont. Ohio Are visiting or. And mrs. Robert c. Benedict. George Benedict who had been in Ohio visiting the Cliffords returned with them. Registration Day registration for All children entering Grade i in september and new students in grades 1-6 will be held tuesday july 27, 9-12 ., 1-4 .and 7-8 . At the Fisher elementary school. Those children not listed in the Arlington town report must submit birth certificates. Those finding it impossible to Register on this Day Are asked to Contact Dale Lanphear principal before tuesday. Registration for All new students who plan to attend Arlington memorial High school grades 7-12 this coming school year will be held monday and tuesday july 26 and 27 at the High school during the following hours 8 30 . To 12 noon i to 4 . It is desirable that a Parent accompany their son or daughter according to school officials. Evening appointments May be made by calling the school it was pointed out and any student who has previously registered and desires to discuss changes in his program should also come to the High school on the same Days. Students should Check the Book list at the school before purchasing second hand Call no. 454 charter no. 2395 report of condition of the county National Bank of Bennington in the state of Vermont at the close of business on june 30, 1965 published in response to Call made by comptroller of the currency under Section 5211, . Revised statutes assets Cash balances with other Banks and Cash items in process of collection United states government obligations direct and guaranteed net of any reserves obligations of states and political subdivisions net of any reserves other Bonds notes and debentures including $410,000.00 securities of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by . Net of any reserves Loans and discounts net of any reserves Federal funds sold direct lease financing fixed assets customers liability to this Bank on acceptances outstanding other assets total assets liabilities demand deposits of individuals partnerships and corporations time and savings deposits of individuals partnerships and corporations deposits of United states government deposits of states and political subdivisions deposits of Banks certified and officers checks Etc. $ 1,059,540.42 1,927,434.38 4.185.477.62 414,088.60 5.068.718.63 none none 230,188.14 none 117,307.42 $13,002,755.21 2,895,794.91 8,066,948.30 177,768.85 125,678.12 none none total deposits $11,266,190.18 a total demand deposits 3,136,891.99 b total time and savings deposits 8,129,298.19 re discounts and other liabilities for borrowed Money Federal funds purchased acceptances executed by or for account of this Bank and outstanding other liabilities none none none 100,475.69 total liabilities $11,366,665.87 capital accounts debentures 250,000.00 preferred Stock Par value per share none no. Shares outstanding none total Par value none common Stock Par value per share $25.00, no. Shares authorized 10,000 no. Shares unissued none no. Shares outstanding 10,000, total Par value 250,000.00 surplus 750,000.00 undivided profits 300,383.68 reserves for taxes and interest 85,705.66 $ 1,636,089.34 $13,002,755.21 i Arthur f. Cronin cashier of the above named Bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is True and Correct to the Best of my knowledge and belief. Arthur f. Cronin cashier we the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the Best of our knowledge and belief is True and Correct. K. R. Clayton Ward l. Lyons Van Vechten b. Graves directors total capital accounts total liabilities and capital accounts see the new freezers Stop in today Central Vermont Public service corp. Fish in a n s urn Siam values

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