Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 15 1966, Page 19

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 15, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Only on the Cable Channel la a a when it comes to quenching can Bennington manner wednesday june 15, 1966-19low Low prices. Another Way you come first with us i first National stores the finest mat you can buy for your Money a Young frying and broiling free Bonus Stamps this Coupon redeemable for too Stamps with $5. Purchase 150 Stamps with Sio. Purchase 200 Stamps with $15. Purchase 250 Stamps with $20. Purchase Good thru wednesday june 22, 1966 limit i Coupon per customer exclusive of items not authorized by state ruling Stamps Given at Lima of Purchase Only frat National stores Bumble be tuna 7 of can solid White classmates a miss Inez Smith and mrs. Charles Irene la Batt twin Sisters shown to the left and right of mrs. Mabel Cullinan were North Bennington High school graduates class of 1923, who with her later attended Castleton state teachers College. Miss Smith who still teaches Grade 2 at Fisher elementary school and mrs. Labatt were among the Many persons who paid tribute to mrs. Cullinan in Arlington sunday on her retirement from teaching. Thompson French s finast noodles Fine medium wide planter s a a a a 49�?~ fabric softener 59�?~ finast a does wonders it Gal for your laundering Jug a re Iii of on la oho is r it iring 7 Ench e r Lawn furniture come see the selection now in Stock. Chairs lounges umbrella tables. All designed for Cool Comfort furniture incorporated 320 Elm Street phone 2-5131 Bennington it. Continue up from new Post office Chuck Steak Bone in extra tender Juicy and la full of flavor London Broil Steak so extra Stamps with each 2 la pkg or More ground Chuck "5t a 89 prepared Mustard i la 8 of Jar flour special finast canned Ginger ale also All popular flavors Stock up at this Low Price by Helene Thompson Arlington a a a it a not every retiring teacher that is asked at least once a week if she would like to change her mind about supt. Leon Wagner said sunday afternoon at a reception Here honouring mrs. Mabel Cullinan who retires this year after 33 years service. Many of mrs. Cullinane a former students local boy scouts school associates and other members of the Community were on hand at the Arlington memorial High school gym for the memorable occasion. Supt. Wagner who was introduced by mrs. Edward Doyle Apt past president commended mrs. Cullinan for her dedication in the Field of education and told of the helping hand she had Given him in his Early years As superintendent. Daniel Zimmer and John Doyle representing the boy scouts of America presented the honoree with a scroll penned by mrs. George Walsh listing More than 300 names of those who had contributed toward gifts for her. Then Harry w. Hayden who was one of mrs. Cullinane a first pupils represented All her students throughout the years and presented her with a Silver pin engraved with her initials and appropriate wording on the occasion of her retirement. Prosper Deschenes a leading citizen of the Community and Orch Slenning toning la ins Sil Lily i us it air North Bennington a Allen d. Noyes of Hillside Street is one of 40 Junior High school teachers of mathematics to be invited to participate in a six week summer Institute in mathematics at the state University College at Potsdam . Sponsored by the National science foundation the Institute will be held june 26 to aug. 5, and will include participants from 15 states including California and Oregon. Noyes is a teacher at the . Plunkett Junior High school Adams mass. One time member of the Arlington school Board thanked mrs. Cullinan for her Many years of service to the town and presented her with an Oil painting of a Scenic View of the mountains As they can be seen from the school building. The painting was done especially for mrs. Cullinan by Gene Pelham Well known Arlington artist. In appreciation mrs. Cullinan said she was overwhelmed to think so Many people would take the time to Honor her in such a Way and she spoke of the great meaning the occasion held for her. The room was decorated with artistic arrangements of june Flowers As were the tables in the four Corners of the gym where refreshments were served. Wednesday a june 15 to . A the death of a dictator Mussolini a lost Days thursday june 16 8 00 . Yankees is i eve i and i Beiter in inc. Of Bennington 317 main St. Dial 2-9395 Cool Comfort in Webber i Green Stamps breast quarters 39 breast and Wing delicious White meat leg quarters drumsticks and thigh prices effective in All our supermarkets in this Vicinity Quant to rights reserved summer s Early crop iceberg perfect for salads lettuce California jumbo size cantaloupes head 19�?~ Quot 33 finast All purpose enriched 25 la bag first Choice Quality so fresh meaty and tender 2va to 3 la average up la 33< Pepper beef steaks 79�?~ tray Opak also chopped veal la Wilson certified canned picnics it $1 99 also live Wurst Bologna Columbia ss1 extra Stamps with one 1 la pkg finast skinless Frankford extra Stamps with one 8 of pkg finast sliced Bologna extra Stamps with one 8 of pkg finast sliced Salami fresh Mackerel whole 19

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