Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 18 1965, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 18, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Hoosick Halls i Dith Beaumont 686-9103 Circle 3 of the United women a society of the first United Church held a picnic monday night at the Home of mrs. Howard Reynolds on Webster Avenue with 22 members attending. Mrs. Harvey Baker who is moving with her family in August to make their Home in Florida was presented with a remembrance from the group. William Tisdale choir director of the first Baptist Church who is leaving Hoosick Falls this month was guest of Honor at a Church family dinner thursday evening in the Church Hall. Give dad. More Leisure time with Toro Power lip front old Chatham House tour the John Williams Homes built in 1873 using architectural plans drawn prior to 1830 will be among houses open to the Public saturday in Chatham . During a House and Garden tour sponsored by the old Chat Ham improvement association. The tour will be conducted from la until 5 . And in the event of rain will be postponed until sunday. South Cambridge Margaret Aiken a 677-3049 h Tores new 2t whirlwind you just steer. Torous 21&Quot whirlwind rotary Mower does the rest. Pulls you up Hills pulls you through heavy grass. Front wheel pow a drive makes cutting your Lawn As easy As taking a walk. Extra Power More durability because of automobile Type positive gear drive. See a demonstration today at a Jos. A. Nadeau inc. No. Bennin Gion dial 2-4006 the official Board will meet at the methodist Church monday at 8 . Or. And mrs. Donald Soltis and children of new Jersey spent the weekend with his parents or. And mrs. John Soltis. John Hamilton attended the wedding of a classmate Jerry Call to miss Susan Rooney at Batavia saturday afternoon. Pleasant Valley subordinate and juvenile Granges will hold meetings tonight at 8 30 at the Hall. Mrs. Louise Wien of Poughkeepsie is spending the month with her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Nels Jacobson. 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In addition Bonds Are loss proof the Treasury department gives you new ones free if yours should be misplaced stolen or destroyed. They offer certain tax advantages you pay no state or local income tax and can defer Federal tax until you Cash them. And they convert easily into Cash when you need it. Tens of millions of smart americans buy savings Bonds regularly. Do the smart thing and join them. The u. S. Treasury a Hewett ambassador i s. Adaline Lieberg of Pocatello Idaho has been chosen a mrs. U. S. Savings Bonds of 19g4.�?� a Busy wife and Mother of 2 children mrs. Lieberg is even busier this year As she Tours the country on behalf of u. S. Savings Bonds. Keep Freedom in your future with u. S. Savings Bonds the . Government dote not Fay for this advertising. Hit Treasury dept. Thanks the advertising Council and this uses paper lot their patriotic support. West Arlington Sandgate Richard Stolz or. And his son Richard returned to their Home in Washington . Stolz was commencement speaker at Arlington High school. Mrs. Stolz and Sarah and Robert did not accompany them to Vermont As school is still in session in Washington. Miss Ann Smith is Home with her parents or. And mrs. Robert m. Smith in West Arlington. Ann works at Remunda ranch in Wickenburg Ariz. Or. And mrs. James Mccabe returned this week to their Home in West Arlington after a trip of several weeks through England Betty Trachte 373-2223 Ireland and Scotland. The Mccabe travelled with or. And mrs. Albert Shaw or. Of shush an . George o. Linkletter n graduated with distinction from Dartmouth College sunday where he majored in geology and glaciology. He has received an assistant ship to continue his work in Dartmouth graduate school. Linkletter leaves thursday for Greenland where he will work with Crell at Camp Century making studies of samples of ice hundreds of feet below the surface. He expects to return sept. I. The graduating class at Cambridge Central school has received a regents scholarship. Mrs. Kenneth Aiken and mrs. Peter Matcovich received word last week of the death of their Stepfather Henry Street of West Hoosick. Shaftsbury couple wed fifty years Al Shaftsbury a or. And mrs. Jesse Strong Long time and Well known residents Here will celebrate their Golden wedding anniversary saturday. An open House from 2-5 . In the multipurpose room of the Shaftsbury school has been planned to Mark the occasion. Long Active in Community affairs Strong is a Veteran member of the Shaftsbury school Board and also serves As treasurer of the Shaftsbury fire and Light District. Until his retirement a few years ago he was for Many years associated with the office staff of Eagle Square mfg. Co. Mrs. Strong is the former Bess Sisco and the couple were married in Arlington. They have four children Donald of Detroit mrs. Arthur Dorcas Robinson of Framingham mass. William of Pittsfield mass. And a. 2.c. Neil Strong who left last week for duty in Formosa. An invitation has been issued to the Many friends of or. And mrs. Strong to attend the open House. Shaftsbury fran Stacy 442-6524 members of the Hilltop 4-h club Are reminded of the picnic at Lake paran on saturday. There will be a Short business meeting starting at to . At the school before leaving for the Lake. Ill a 451 main St. Bennington it. Lords auction at the regular meeting of the ladies Aid society of West Arlington Church june 7, plans were made for the annual a a lord a auction to be held july 30 at 7 30 . Mrs. Walter Finney and mrs. Curnel Vaughn will arrange to pick up articles donated for the Sale. It is hoped that friends and neighbors will contribute As generously As in the past. Refreshments were served by mrs. Finney which included a birthday cake for mrs. Jenny Mckee a 91st birthday. Mrs. Mckee was made a gift of a window Box filled with petunias. Bania Bennington Banner Friday june 18, 1965�?9 state Highway department reports construction Sites Montpelier a major construction under Way Between june 15 and sept. 15 in Bennington county and adjacent areas has been announced by the state dept. Of highways. In Readsboro one tenth of a mile South of Vermont too on the state Aid Road one Way traffic is being maintained on one tenth of a mile of construction. Two Miles of Vermont 9 Are under construction with no delays in traffic in Woodford and Searsburg. South from the Stratton town line in Dover 1.8 Miles on ver Mont too Are under construction with no traffic delays reported. Traffic is being maintained through two Miles of heavy construction on . 7, 3.3 Miles in North Dorset. Travellers in the Weston and Over Ludlow Section will find More than two Miles under construction Northeast of the Junction of Vermont 155 on Vermont too. 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