Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 15 1966, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 15, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Shaftsbury fran suey 4426324 or. And mrs. Jesse Strong were in Schuylerville . Sunday to visit his Cousin mrs. Lena Cady. Mrs. Cady the former Lena Closson used to visit Here frequently. The ladles auxiliary of boy scout troop 331 will meet Moi Day evening at the elementary school at 7 45. All scout mothers and other interested women of the Community Are urged to attend As final plans will be made for this group s participation in the july 4 Celebration. Grange news As june is Dairy month Dairy products were featured at a covered dish supper that preceded the meeting of the Hoosick Grange june 8. Mrs. Wesley Hall was in charge. In a program that followed mrs. Almon Hewitt offered a Reading Quot a s tools Quot Ralph j. Griswold directed a recreational number Kathy Griswold and William Brownjr. Sang a duet and Quot nearer my god to thee Quot was Sung by All at the close. During the business session for father on his Day june 19th few a new. Attache Case it s something he probably buy for himself. So Why Don t you Surprise him with one for father s Day $7.98 of $35.00 Evans news and office equipment inc. 431 main Street Bennington it. Dial 442-6326 Ralph Griswold chairman of the building and maintenance committee reported on Progress of the painting project of the Interior of the Hall. Mrs. Almon Hewitt of the Community Progress committee reported that numbering of the new Road Eagle Bridge and a portion of the Tate Road have been completed. It was announced that the needlework contest will be conducted july 13. Those wishing to enter Are asked to Contact mrs. Wesley Hall chairman who will furnish rules of the contest. A card party will be held june 24 in the Grange Hall with or. And mrs. Almon Hewitt chairmen. Several members attended the enter county meeting at Salem in Washington county june 4 at which time the local Square dance group entertained with Square dance routines and mrs. Hewitt first place Winner in the Novelty acts group performed. It was announced that the Grange entered a float in the annual memorial parades in both Hoosick and Hoosick Falls. Summer activities listed include a hot dog roast in july and the annual picnic in August. A covered dish supper will precede the next meeting at 7 . At the meeting William Brown state Engineer will be principal speaker on Quot Road june birthday members will present the remainder of the program. Strawberry titties again North Bennington a the annual Strawberry social for the Benefit of Camp Onawa is scheduled for june 23 from 5 to to . At Avard Haven the Home of or. And mrs. Bernard Whit Man just outside North Bennington. In Case of rain the social will take place the following evening. This annual social has become one of the delightful traditions of june in this area and each year attracts a Large clientele who come to enjoy the View the various Strawberry dishes and a pleasant evening. Proceeds Benefit Camp Onawa the 4-h Camp in Sunderland. Stratton youth makes Dean s list Stratton a Jeremy d. Cole 18, made the Deans list in the division of general education at Boston University it was Learned Here today. The award Given for High academic standing is attained by Only 5 per cent of the de students according to associate Dean William f. Perry. The Stratton youth also received word of his selection As a Laboratory teaching assistant at by for the coming year. The appointment according to or. Ernest h. Blaustein chairman of by s biology dept., is based on an outstanding record in biology during the freshman year. Church to observe Centennial Shaftsbury a the 100th anniversary of the first methodist Church Here will be observed june 26 with worship at the usual time 10 45 . The Rev. Elmer Benn minister of this Church 43 years ago will be guest preacher. It is also hoped that the Rev. Theodore Bundy another former minister will participate As Well As dist. Supt., the Rev. Or. Lawrence Larrowe. Mrs. Julia Young will be guest soloist. Invitations Are being sent out to former parishioners and friends. Following the service a smorgasbord dinner will be served in the Church dining room with mrs. Hazel Macdonald chairman. Tobin s first prize loin roast fresh la. Frying chickens sliced Swift s Premium Bacon Oil made for your cookout la. La. Hamburg patties so a 79 39 89 65 i Green giant peas Doles Pink pineapple Grapefruit juice 303 size 7 Moz. 25 Ideal dog food i la. Can i o i Scotts Bath tissue 10< i Bor teem Coe giant it Ajax detergent giant j9 Wishbone dressings it in 29< Sealemon juice i App Ian Way it pizza 24 of. 43< a. 39< 1 Sau sea shrimp cocktail n a i 3 pack 7 i Montc Cut Wax Beans i Keebler dutch Apple cookies 303 size t 9 i la. Bag 45 re fillet sole fillet Haddock la. 79 65 lettuce in. By. 19 Tomato =.29 59 69 Barbecue Chicken a. 1.29 Apple pie Cherry Blueberry mince sea test butter granulated sugar is 4 s 5 lbs. 69 49 Iris e food open thursdays amp fridays till 9 . Air conditioned school Street Market North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer a 442-4519 Bennington Banner wednesday june 15, 19f�6 a 7 firemen s fair set i Bis weekend miss Pamela Holley daughter of or. And mrs. Douglas Holley of Elm Street returned saturday to her Home Here after spending the past year with relatives in England. She was met at Kennedy Airport in new York after a flight via Boac. Mrs. Betty Hayes and son j. T. Spring concert presented Hoosick Falls . A the elementary department of Hoosick Falls Central school held its annual Spring concert Friday evening in the school auditorium with instrumental music under the direction of h. Luther Everly and William Galliard and vocal choirs under the direction of mrs. Eloise Canterl and Calvin Pederson of the music faculty. The program included selections by Grade 3, 4, 5 and 6 choirs and the Grade 6 elementary band. A play Quot Jim helps his dentist dad Quot presented by pupils of the elementary department under the direction of mrs. Christine Spence dental hygienist of the school was staged in conjunction with the elementary program. Art work for settings was provided by Peter Smith elementary Art instructor. Manchester Chet Kinch Eise it which everyone knows is Short for John Thomas Are spending a week in Washington with miss Carole Hayes. Rudolph Woodcock left saturday for summer study at Creighton University Omaha neb. Miss Adrienne Wickenden flew to Europe last week for a three week Lour that includes London Switzerland and Paris. Miss Wickenden the daughter of or. And mrs. Arthur Wickenden is a teaching assistant at the University of Connecticut where she is studying for her doctorate in i the Field of chemistry. North Bennington a the annual fair sponsored by the North Bennington fire department is scheduled for this weekend. The auxiliary is holding a food Sale in the Park Friday from to . To 2 . For which the fire department and auxiliary would appreciate donations of either food or Money. Anyone wishing food or other donations picked up is asked to Call mrs. Richard Corcoran at 2-4365. The auxiliary will also have for Sale some attractive pillows with hand knit covers As Well As stuffed Snake pillows. The ladles have been hard at work on these for several months and will take Advance orders for pillows in specific colors Etc. Those wishing to order pillows prior to the fair May Call mrs. Norman Hauck or mrs. Robert Bierworth. Funds raised will be used for fire department equipment and for additional furnishings in the firemen a Ball in the new firehouse. F o in Semi m73 or tis ims in a Story tuesday on monday night s meeting of the school Board it was reported that the Board heard a letter from mrs. Althea l. Barstow requesting new equipment for the Reading development room at Burr and Burton Seminary. The equipment requested is for mrs. Bar Stow s room at Manchester elementary school not at bus As noted. F joker carpet refresh your Home decor with this luxurious contemporary matched 2-piece suite sofa $229.50 chair $109.50 Here ii to upholstered furniture style of appealing Beauty that at comfortably into toy setting Crisp Dean lines and smooth curves Combine to give in t lasting smartness neatly tailored in select Quality fabrics. Super soft to Cushion seat of Firestone Pule brei foam rubber s thick deep Loose reversible Pillow backs fabric covered cml wring base with Spring Edge Kiln dried hard two double do weled Frame. Warmly wished exposed Wood base. Protective sleeves included lightly priced for so much luxury. Al adv Ciumo in House Ano Saa on oooo housekeeping. Ano House Beautiful 434 main St. Dial 7-7133 Bennington it. Tru Val no Iron dress shirts a great buy White pastels keep dad Cool Crisp and neat this summer. Polyester and Cotton Short sleeve shirts with spread Button Down or Tab collars White or solid colors. Short sleeve sport shirts just right for dads Leisure hours. Short sleeve styles in plaid stripes Paisley and solid colors. Small medium and Large sizes. Hurry 4.95 2.29 to 3.95 permanent press dress pants no ironing required Black Tan Black Olive $r95 5 Straw hats 1.98 and 2.95 dress Hose 59c to $1.00 Biucey shoes All latest styles Mon m49i Broadcloth pyjamas Siv �?~2.98 noon a next to North Street parking lot

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