Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 17 1965, Page 15

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 17, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner thursday june 17, 1985-15 you be just got to Savi at. If Artl Una 1 the off own fathers Day is just a few Days away come in for these through saturday giant values Yott min Soud color ,eri0�a Sho a so comfortable Long wearing Zantrell Cotton menus polished Slacks 2.1 2.59 each Sanford Zed for better fit popular Ivy Model Waist sizes 29-42 leg sizes 29-31 the gift that dad always appreciates Black a Black Olive Tan v n aft if in a i v amp Al. A Awn to amp a it Lesi i a a his pc Kuirt ill Sis 9 to the shirt he can Wear casually or for dress up. Convertible sport shirts c in guaranteed Wash no Wear White Broadcloth convertible Collar Pearl Zed buttons so a made in . H manufacturer s c10se out on regular 1.98 to 2.59 values famous town topic Short sleeve sport shirts Jac shirts embroidery styles regular Collar Button Downs Woven plaids Woven Cotton gobbles tapered models authentic ivys one and two pocket models with cuffed sleeves. Sixes so a Al save As much As $1 Fer shirt Sot. Vien s coot meat b extra Wesh 0<orda or Stipo. 6lo"c l rubber Sou Hood wo.hob1 Worth Stoeh More cushioned Sond a handle both a like Upp cushioned in of Sixes i m 12 in wanted Tan. Comes in Quot an North Adams always plenty of free parking open daily to . To to . Massachusetts hero shuns same Brush As beatles London up a a British Veteran who won the order of the British Empire for heroism in world War d sent the medal Back to Buckingham Palace wednesday in disgust. He said the award was debased last week when it was Given to the beatles. A i done to want to be classed with the beatles a said Paul Pearson 64. A i feel that when people like the beatles Are Given the be the whole thing becomes debased and Pearson was the second Holder of the award to return it in the past 24 hours. Hector Dupuis 69, of Montreal a former member of the Canadian parliament said monday a English Royalty wants to place me on the same level As those vulgar Nincompoop. I do not want to be in the same order that recognizes such stupidity and hysteria As that longhaired Mersey group the beatles care less. A i done to care if he eats it a Ringo Starr said of Dupuis medal. A people Are being childish. We never asked for the award. For sice Young people get an award. What a wrong with that a employers offer 4,400sn in in new engl anti Boston mass. A new England employers have offered 4,-400 jobs for Young people in response to the president s youth Opportunity Campaign it was announced today by Arthur c. Gernes new England regional administrator of the . Labor department s Bureau of employment Security. The number of Jot offers by states Breaks Down As follows Connecticut 1,947 Massachusetts 1,160 Rhode Island 887 Vermont 541 new Hampshire 487 and Maine 378. During the first two weeks of the Campaign new England employers wrote and telegraphed their summer Job offers to officials of the Campaign in Washington. In addition Many others contacted local offices of state employment services for Young Job seekers. Summer Job offers by employers Are continuing to mount according to Campaign officials. These jobs and pledges of support resulted from president Johnson s May 23 Appeal to Public and private organizations to develop work and training opportunities for the More than 2 million youth who will enter the labor Force this month. A some of these 2 million will be looking Only for temporary summer jobs a the president said. A but getting those jobs May be the difference Between being Able to go Back to school or not going he also pointed out that a almost a million of these Young americans will be trying to find their places in life trying to become Independent Shower Given miss Lawrence a Surprise bridal Shower was held tuesday night at old Bennington schoolhouse in Honor of miss Joanne r. Lawrence daughter of Oliver Lawrence or. Of 228 Park St., who will become the Bride of Leo Butch Farrington of 128 Branch St. July to. Hostesses for the evening were misses Bobbi Jean Lawrence Carol Farrington and Jackie Senecal. One of the Honor guest s aunts and a girl Friend assisted. The Bride to be was first presented with a Corsage of Pink and White Tea roses. She was the recipient also of numerous gifts including Money from Many friends and relatives. Refreshments of cake punch and ice Cream were served. Miss Lawrence is a june graduate of Troy school of Beauty culture. Her Fiance is now employed at Salem a super Market. Thrift shop beginning next week these notes will be written by mrs. Daniel r. Sargent who has been on leave of absence for several months. The shop paperback Box is almost empty and the jewelry display is a pitiful sight. Customers Are also asking for Camp gear tents sleeping bag playground equipment Beach balls Small Lawn pools and outdoor toys and games. There Are however Many attractive articles on hand including a collection of Pink Glass a Box of spectacle cases Mirro kettles rub boards a Large size lady s hand knit sweater pillows menus Straw hats an Agate roaster a Box of ballpoint pen nibs a vacuum Jug a gooseneck lamp an old tailors Iron and several copies of Blackwood magazines 1917. Workers last week were mrs. Charles p. Hayward miss Willamina Hicks mrs. Clifton s. Phillips and mrs. Charles Fien Berg

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