Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 3 1965, Page 3

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 3, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Funeral mrs. Milo Surdam funeral services for mrs. Milo e. Surdam the former Izena Bell Carpenter of school Street who died at Putnam memorial Hospital saturday night was attended by Many at Mahar St son funeral Home tuesday afternoon. The Rev. H. Glenn Payne first Baptist Church pastor officiated. Bearers were six grandsons Milton Surdam jr., Ronald Hall Nell Hoag Donald Holland Meredith Surdam and Wilfred Dyke. Burial was in the family lot in Park Lawn cemetery with the Rev. Or. Payne offering prayers. Relatives attended from Milford Conn. Hoosick Falls and Cambridge . Christening too late Christchurch England up a the guest of Honor was reaching for the Champagne bottle when a Workman hit the wedge too hard. And the new luxury yacht Slid Down the ramp unnamed. Boatyard workers then towed the yacht to a jetty and the Champagne christening went on As planned. New England travel promotion9 topics for publicists newsmen Bennington Banner thursday june 3, 1965-3 trustees Ponder various Highway plans Whitefield . A some of new England s leading journalists will discuss techniques of preparing travel promotion publicity at a vacation travel session of the 40th annual new England Council mid year meeting at the Mountain View House Whitefield . June 17-18. According to John p. Dunfey president of the Dunfey family hotels St motor inns Ham it ton .,and Nec vacation travel committee chairman the panel will consist of Norman c. Gray City editor Boston traveler Don Guy photo editor associated press Boston Gerald m. Healy feature editor Springfield Republican and Alan b. Wade division broadcast news manager United press International Boston. Stephen w. Winship publisher of the new England guide Concord ., will serve As Moderator. John s. O Brien Nec director of vacation travel said the panel will present general information to All who Are interested in publicity because it will outline Basic procedures and describe what Pitfalls should be avoided. The vacation travel session is part of the councils annual midyear meeting proceedings that will feature addresses by Allen g. Barry president of the new England Telephone St Telegraph and Sidney r. Rabb chairman of the Board of Stop St shop inc. A Highway construction project scheduled for this year was one of several Highway problems that came up for discus boxing easier Springfield 111. Up a rep. Henry m. Lenard had a potent argument tuesday in discussing a Bill that would ban boxing in Illinois. Quot fighting is easier than politics Quot said Lenard a former pugilist. Quot i d go Back to the fight game but i would t go Back into politics of i had the Choice Slon at the Semi monthly meeting of Bennington Village trustees tuesday evening. Highway commissioner Leo Nash reminded the Board that the Village Highway department plans to extend Gage Street East to East main Street and will receive state Aid for the project. But he noted selectmen had indicated at one Point that the town would be willing to pay part of the Cost of a Culvert across Barney Brook. Work cannot begin however he added until the offer is confirmed. Village president Salvatore Santarcangel paid a Brief visit to the selectmen in the next room and reported that town fathers have a plan on file to divert Barney Brook so that it flows into the roaring Branch. This would not Only make a Culvert unnecessary but would eliminate five other Bridges in the Village he said. The Board also briefly discussed a plan to route through North South traffic around Putnam Square by Way of Washington Avenue and weeks Street and a proposal to build a traffic Circle or other Type of Island at the Junction of Ben Mont Avenue and . 7. Quot the idea Quot commented Santarcangel Quot is to do a lot of Little things to help traffic get around congested areas and to make it As easy As possible for local traffic to move around the in other action the Board a authorized the payment of about $9,400 in Bills. A noted that the police departments motorcycle had been sold to Clifford Denio for $500. A agreed to turn the three Watt two Way radio that was removed from the motorcycle Over to the Bennington fire department. L. Alden Graves l. A. Craves tog rat ii Alef rom Vermont Academy Luther Alden Graves in son of mrs. Helen a. Hansen of West Road Bennington is one of 61 seniors who will be graduated from Vermont Academy next weekend june 5 and 6. Graves has received a manager s letter in varsity track has been editor in chief of the school yearbook Art editor of the school literary Magazine and a member of the drama science and Outing clubs. He has also been on the staff of the school newspaper. Graves plans to attend Ulm next year. As editor of the yearbook Graves will present the Book to the class during the weekend ceremonies and announce to whom it is dedicated. Graves is a third generation student at Vermont Academy his late father and Grandfather having been graduates of the saxons River school. The Rev. Daniel Leavitt class of 1941 and minister of the first Church of Christ of Longmeadow mass., will deliver the baccalaureate sunday morning. John g. Mackechnie chairman of the Board of trustees will present the diplomas sunday afternoon. St. Michael a playhouse opens july 5 Winooski Park a St. Michael a playhouse opens its season july 5 with Quot auntie the six week season will again feature the St. Michael s players who have been at the Campus theater for the past 15 seasons. The touring company of players is currently in Europe with its longest stay in Israel. A number of the touring company will join the St. Michael s group according to manager Donald Rath Geb. The company is made up of the speech and drama department of the Catholic University. They also operated the Olney md., theater. Plays Are Given tuesday through saturdays in the air conditioned theater on St. Michael s College Campus. The season coincides with the summer session of the College and also attracts Many vacation visitors to Vermont. Starring As Quot aunt Marne Quot will be Joanne Rathgeb. The play was the most frequently requested in the season and poll of last season. An extra Benefit is scheduled opening week. The full schedule Quot auntie Marne Quot by Jerome Lawrence is Robert e. Lee july 5-10 Quot pools Paradise Quot by Philip King july 13-17 Quot a hateful of rain Quot by Michael v. Gazzo july 20-24 Quot love and kisses Quot by Anita Rowe Block july 27-31 Quot enter laughing Quot by Joseph Stein aug. 3-7 Quot never too late Quot by Sumner Arthur Long aug. 10-15. Choose a a values serve goodness on the table Ano. If a ii Mytr heavy Western Corn fed steer beef is Jane Parker Large 8-Inch, i la 8 of size Lemon pie l r 45 r Jane Parker 100% whole or cracked Jane Parker Gold or Marble wheat bread 2 la los 45� Pound cake 1l3 02 49 Jane Parker Plain or sugared twin pack Jane Parker Home style donuts 2 w a 59c Bubka Coffee cake �?o14 01 89 mix or match Sale Jane Parker Crisp Sandwich Creme cookies1 vol 3 for $1 Chuck Boneless pot roast roast Boneless shoulder Boneless Stew beef ground Chuck under 3 lbs la 6s Rock Cornish hens la 3 lbs or c More la in a to 2 lbs a it i la Choice of chocolate Peanut butter Orange butterscotch Strawberry or combination Calif. Roast b 59c Calif. Steak from Chuck la 69c Chuck Steak Bone in la 59c London Broi i ib99c super right Bacon a a 75 Allgood Bacon sliced la 73c la a 1.41 canned Ham plumr0se imported 2 a to Quot 2.29 Fried fish cakes a a 45 Blade Steak Boneless la 99c roulade shoulder la 1.09 Chuck roast Bone in la 49c Chuck roast Blade Cut la 59c fresh Steak cod a a 35 fresh swordfish a a Quot a cur. 85c i. 75c Bologna super right sliced la 65c pork liver super right sliced la 39� fancy Sweet ship0 fro Florid ears 2,29 3 by of 59 Apple just to 2 carrots nutritious bananas s no . Government inspected Frozen Chicken legs breasts 2 boo Box Crsp la 35 pkg save on these flavor to a in Mhz id Trox eighth o c lock a a a no to too Coffee double Stamps wednesday canned vegetable Sale a amp a Cut or French style Green Beans a amp a Cut Wax Beans a amp a Corn Cream style 15vh of can 15 a of can i la can your Choice o Roe 1.00 Westfield fruit drinks assorted flavors a amp a whole beets Jessica Brand preserves Strawberry 3 varieties High in protein quart cans i la cans Sag 2. 13 red Wirht bb#9j.?f v. of Vav Bokar 9 a a 1 to my Jjck i lb.13 of. Cans la 25� 1.00 a amp a Brand Large or Small curd cottage cheese pict Ripe salad Cut Bartlett pears 3 carnival Rou Dies snack crackers 2 Yukon assorted varieties canned soda 6 Isi 49c 12 of pkg 49 Wisconsin dog food 2 la Jar i la cans vero0 Sharp cheese daily it Lucky strike solid pack albacore in brine or to is pvt Cheddar la 79 a so so so Salt a it so so so Salt a it so so so Salt a it i too extra plaid Stamps j with Coupon and your $5.00 or More Purchase a i Coupon Good through saturday june 5, 1965 a Wieff limit one Coupon per customer. Not Good for tobacco prod 4n wets and items prohibited by Law. Alb a a a a it a a it Ltd it Ltd it Ltd a Ltd it a it Ltd it the great Atlantic i Pacific Tea company inc. White meat tuna 7 of can prices shown in this and guaranteed thru sat., june 5 a Efi Ettre at All Aap super makes in this town All cigarettes to Mcco and alcoholic beverages exempt from plaid stamp offer. America s dependable food merchant since iss big top Peanut butter 55 Jar Maxwell House instant Coffee Pillsbury flour All purpose Pillsbury flour All purpose Blue Bonnet Margarine Gerber s baby Cereal metrical liquid t 1.59 25 la a a bag 5bag63c quarters 2 65c a 8 of Mac 4 pkg 4 class 99c

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