Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 1 1963, Page 10

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 1, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 10-Bennington Banner Vul Unesda May i 1963 South Cambridge East Arlington Sunderland Quot Tzi. Fez Robert Shuffleton mrs. Charles Colden wife of supreme court judge Colden of new York City and two granddaughters spent a few Days last week with or. And mrs. Frank Mcfarland. Mrs. Andrew Webb spent the weekend at White River Junction visiting her husband who is a patient at the veterans administration Hospital. She also visited her sister in Law and husband or. And mrs. Alford Tanner at Woodbridge. Ensign Harold Zimmermann stationed at Newport r.i., who has just returned from a Mediterranean tour spent the weekend Here with his Mother mrs. Thurston Hulet. Sharon Cross 10-year-old granddaughter of mrs. Anna Thayer who underwent an appendectomy at Putnam memorial Hospital in Bennington is reported to be convalescing satisfactorily. Or. And mrs. Roy Baker of Brandon were in town sunday visiting or. Baker s sister mrs. Robert Shuffleton. Their sister miss Lottie Baker who had been spending two weeks in town returned to her Rutland apartment with than. Or. And mrs. Jeri Gabrielle of Albany . And sons Mark and Gary were in town recently visiting mrs. Gabrielle s parents or. And mrs. George . Mrs. Martin Clark and children John and Pat of Boston mass., returned Home sunday. Or. Clark came after them after they had spent the week with his Mother mrs. Oscar Clark. Miss Sandra Mattison student at Castleton College spent the weekend at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Philip Mattison or. Tel. Or 5-6887 Kelly Young daughter of or. And mrs. Joel Grout of Manchester conn., who has been spending the past week Here with her Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Fred Grout returned Home sunday. Her parents came after her. Walter Keough a patient at Putnam memorial Hospital in Bennington where he underwent major surgery is reported to be in a somewhat improved condition Early this week. Or. And mrs. John Canfieldjr. And family were Here sunday visiting or. Canfield s Mother mrs. Marjorie Canfield. Or. Canfield has for several years worked for the Vermont transit co. Out of Rutland. Federated Church morning worship is at to . And sunday school at la. The youth Fellowship meets at 6 30 . On thursday at 8 . The con Side of the Federated Church will hold its annual meeting in Bailey Hall. Other friends and members of the Church Are invited. Sunderland Borough mrs. Cella von slats who has been on a weeks vacation in Florida returned Home saturday. Thomas Mattison or. And mrs. Albert Lawrence have been confined to their Homes with prevailing illness. Mrs. Richard Bentley has returned to Windsor after spending a week with relatives in town. Mrs. Donald Davis spent sunday in great Barrington mass. With or. And mrs. Charles Davis. Catholic women will meet in Arlington next monday Arlington a the Bennington District of the Vermont Council of Catholic women will meet Here at St. Columban s Church monday evening May 6 at 7 30. The ladies of the modality of St. Columbanus with their pastor the Rev. Gerald Buckley will Host this meeting which will begin with Benediction of the blessed sacrament. The business meeting will follow at the Fisher elementary school in the All purpose room with the president of the Bennington District mrs. Leo Char Bonneau of Manchester and the Moderator Rev. Donald Kelly pastor of St. Paul a Church in Manchester presiding. The committee chairmen win give yearly reports on the following family life mrs. Paul of Leary Manchester confraternity of Christian doctrine mrs. Edgar Blair Arlington civil defense mrs. William Erny East Dorset Library and literature mrs. Theodore Sayville Bennington Rural life mrs. Robert Flynn North Bennington Catholic charities mrs. Frank Cummings Bennington and social action mrs. Charles Toomey North Bennington. A panel discussion on ethics will be held with the Rev. Vincent Dwyer of Middlebury acting As Moderator with the following easy to sew butterick patterns. Over too styles a sizes self service for fast selection. I Moin St. Bennington it. Panellists miss Ruth Gates night supervisor of Putnam memorial Hospital or. William flood of North Bennington attorney John Whalen of Arlington and Eugene Kayatta of Manchester Center. The ladies of the modality of St. Columbanus will serve refreshments following the program. All women belonging to Catholic parishes in Bennington county Are invited to this meeting. West Hoosick Jean Pine Tel. 688-9810 Scott Moseley returned Home from Samaritan Hospital saturday. Or. And mrs Harold Pine or. And mrs. Lloyd Pine and family or. And mrs. Warren Pine mrs. Melvin Ingraham or. And mrs. Perry Pine and family and mrs. Hulda Eddy attended the wedding of Elena Matcovich and Donald Thompson saturday at St. Patrick a Church Cambridge also the reception held at the Cam Brick inn. Or. And mrs. Carl Piritz formerly of West Hoosick Are the parents of a son born at the Putnam memorial Hospital Bennington last week. Sandra Pine Laverne Davis and mrs. Lloyd Pine attended the Aqua spectacular held at the rpm Field House Friday night. Rev. And mrs. Taylor Light celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary sunday. Arlington Ann Marsh Tel or 5-23m local boy makes Good a Home town boy makes May be an old and worn but it is still just As sex when it happens. Bob Keene son of or. And mrs. Joe Keene has been doing some pretty interesting things in his work with the United states steel corporation. Bob has been in charge of a project which has developed new techniques for better steel making one that May revolutionize the . Steel Industry. The technique is the continuous casting process where molten steel is formed into sem finished slabs in one unbroken step. Originally molten steel from furnaces was poured into holds making ingots which when cooled were placed into pit Type furnaces reheated then rolled into Semi finished slabs. This took hours sometimes Days. Continuous casting takes less than an hour. A Furnace sets on a Tower above a tall vertical water cooled Mold. The molten steel is poured into the Mold slowly makes its Way downward and comes out of the Bottom of the Mold a glowing Sheet of steel. By steadily adding molten steel to the Mold at the top a continuous Stream of steel is produced. This continuous casting process can be almost automatic and produces a uniform High Quality steel. This project was written the 1962 annual report of United states steel corporation and time Magazine of March 29. A movie has been made of the process and will be seen on the . Steel hour lbs May 15. Bob is a graduate of Arlington memorial High school and Mit of Cambridge mass. He is married to the former Donna Sherwin daughter of or. And mrs. Ralph Sherwin. The couple who live in Chicago Heights 111., have two children Bruce and Kimberly. Tel. 677-2549 or. And mrs. Norman d. Bott spent the weekend at their Home Here. Or. And mrs. Hollise. Cornell Are on a trip in the South and were in Mississippi sunday. The pleasant Valley Granges will hold their regular meeting at the Hall Friday evening. The Crystal Clover 4-h club will hold their meeting at the town Hall saturday at 8 . The note owls Home demonstration unit will hold a meeting May 8 at 8 . At the town Hall. Miss Bonnie Pratt of the local my attended the youth convocation at Barre vt., on Friday and saturday. The Hoosoc Valley Rescue squad began their annual fund drive on april 29. Canvassers will be through this Community during the month of May. The a pcs of the methodist Church still has Moth cakes to sell. If anyone is interested they May Contact mrs. Burton Welling or miss Mary Aiken. Mrs. Malcolm Hamilton has received word that her father William Spink or. Of Charlton a former resident of this locality is a patient at the Ellis Hospital in Schenectady. Recent callers at the Home of mrs. Gertrude Aiken include miss Marion Dick and Irving Dick of Johnsonville misses Lois Ann and Dorothy virtue of Colla miss Donna Aiken of Schenectady and mrs. Allen Hayner of Bald Mountain Road near Troy. Or. And mrs. Michael Matcovich and son Micky of Baltimore my. And or. And mrs. John Mogul and son Johnny of North Brookfield mass. Spent the weekend with or. And mrs. Peter Matcovich and attended the Thomp son Matcovich wedding at Cambridge on saturday afternoon. Miss Joy Hamilton Albert Tol Lisen and Richard Eddy each entertained a member of the Lynnfield mass. Band in their respective Homes Friday night. Several residents of this Community attended the Exchange band concert at the Cambridge Central school on Friday evening. Miss Donna Aiken of Schenectady spent the weekend with her parents or. And mrs. Kenneth Aiken and was an attendant for her Cousin miss Elena Matcovich whose marriage to Donald Thompson took place at Cambridge saturday afternoon. Other residents of this Community attended this wedding. The South Cambridge Home demonstration unit will hold its May meeting May 8 at 2 . In the town Hall. Mrs. Nels Jacobson will give the second half of the lesson of a fabric each member is asked to bring to this meeting swatches of material magnifying Glass Needle matches and a Metal Ash tray. Tests will be made on the material. Mrs. William English will be the hostess. Hoosick Ada m. Breer Tel. 686-7275 mrs. Jared Peckham has Moed to Johnson Hill Hoosick Falls where she will make her Home with her Nephew Harry b. Shaw. Watson White was installing officer for the ladies auxiliary of the Hoosick fire District at its baked Ham supper monday night in All saints Parish Hall. President Barbara Breese vice president Jessie Stevens Secretary Phebe James treasurer Jane Winegard chaplain Hazel Rudd and one trustee Alice Mcneilly were installed. Mrs. Harrison j. Philpott and mrs. Charles e. Breer visited mrs. Albert Sabin on sunday. Or. And mrs. Robert Cipperly and family of Wynantskill visited mrs. Harry Cipperly on sunday. Or. And mrs. Arthur Burdick Aad sons Roger and William of Hudson and miss Florence m. Cloke of North Bennington were sunday guests of mrs. Roscoe Pierce. The ladies Aid society of the Baptist Church will meet Friday in the Church. Fred Hammond of Raymertown passed the weekend with or. And mrs. George Rifenburg. Shaftsbury fran Stacy Tel. 442-6524 or. And mrs. Hiel Reed and daughter Sharon arrived Home saturday r?.teht from Lincoln neb., after spending a two week Holiday with their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. John Petelle. Mrs. Petelle is the former Roberta Reed. The Petelle do not plan to come East this summer but will spend the summer in Colorado. A Buskirk Helen Hall Tel. 686-7290 master Howard Jones celebrated his 7th birthday sunday with 3a party and to guests. Games were played and prizes awarded. Refreshments were served including a cake trimmed in Blue and White. Elinor j. Wilson has returned from the National association of College stores annual meeting at Chicago. She went As Book store manager representing Cazenovia College. Meth con youth visit sen. Prouty in Washington. D of the meth con youth of the North Bennington congregational Church and the Shaftsbury methodist Church were photographed with sen. Winston Prouty in the vice president s office located behind the . Senate in the Capitol building during their recent tour of the nation s Headquarters. Left to right front Row Rev. Charles Parsley Martha Parsley Joan Gates Rev. Angus Macdonald. Back Row Carl Stacy Judith Houran Dianne Peters Linda Peters George Plue Penny Rich. David Henderson sen. Prouty Gordon Thomas Gwenn Montgomery David Disque Alison Nowak Ricky Haynes and Joseph Plue. The Pownal Vera i Langlais Tel. A 3-7716 school Bond vote voters of the Pownal town school District along with the five other member districts of Union school District no. 14, will go to the polls on May 7 to vote for a second time on the $1.65 million Bond Issue which with state Aid would finance the construction and equipping of the proposed it. Anthony Union High school. The new building to be located on a 50-acre site and to contain facilities for grades 9 through 12, would initially have a capacity of 900 which could be expanded to accommodate 1,200 pupils. District voters on March 12 Defeated the proposal in the first referendum by 192 votes out of 4,500. All persons who were eligible to vote at town meeting on March 5 with the exception of North Pownal school District and those who became 21 years of age Between March 5 and May 7 will be eligible to vote on tuesday. A checklist of voters is posted in the town clerks office in Pownal Center. The deadline for obtaining applications for Absentee voting is Friday May 3, at 9 . Applications May be obtained by contacting Catherine Dermody in Bennington clerk of the Union High school District. Voting will take place in the Pownal town Hall from 12 noon to 8 . 4-h awards awards have been announced for demonstrations made by Bennington county 4-h members on demonstration Day held at the Taconic Grange in Shaftsbury. Taking part were members from Manchester Peru Dorset Bennington Pownal Shaftsbury Arlington North Bennington and w. Pawlet. A total of 26 demonstrations with 45 participants were Given with the following ratings excellent 20 Good 19 and fair 6. Fifteen members of the Pownal pioneers 4-h club attended accompanied by mrs. A. Coleman Mason mrs. Martin g. Lingner and miss Doris Mason. Awards of red ribbons went to Jennifer rounds Laura Langlais and Margaret Niles and White ribbons to Gail Ware Linda Niles Lynda Labonte Judy Labonte and Judy and Jean Johnson. Judges were or. And mrs. I. N. Bartlett for the North District and or. And mrs. Clarence Decker or. For the South District. Ria Victor s performance proved the Bridgeport Mark 8 Sarita 213-g-19-m 265 a. In. Picture Ria Victor Mark 8 color to a Power boosted new Plata color Cheetie a Glare proof High Fidelity color tube a twin speaker sound system a super powerful Quot new Plata Quot tuner a Ebay tuning Only two color controls Ria color to As Low As $495.00 Dave a to 308 main St. Dial 442-2320 airman Galvin goes South for training training As a Usan radio and radar maintenance specialist. Galvin who recently enlisted in the air Force has completed his initial Basic military training Here. Lackland fab Tex. A airman Michael e. Galvin son of or. And mrs. John f. Galvin or. Of 57 Center St., Hoosick Falls ., is being reassigned to Keester fab miss., for technical fresh fillet Haddock �59 fresh ready to eat Fried scallops ie89 ready to a Fried Haddock 79 Salem a special Sale on minds and boys clothing save dollars buy now at Shaffer 506 main St. A plenty of parking in the rear remit v x in. A a y of a it i a ends sat i May 4 Rexall rubbing alcohol full pint Reg 79c 7 of 80c finest Quality contains Glycerine to kelp prevent skin dryness unbreakable plastic bottle. Rexall pan0vite Quot Faaet i Multi vitamins bottle of too Reg $2 98 12 of Panovitz chewable. 60 s 2 for 2 of $4 95 Panovitz with minerals 100 s 2 for 4.96 Rexall aspirin too tablets Reg 64t 2for65c none finer none faster acting 5-Gram. 39c 5 or. 50 s �?�9c 10-gr. 100 s 39c ivs or. 50 s 35c 1-gr. 50 s 2 for 40 2 for 90 2 for .40 2 for 36 31 i 31 two imf1 Rexall Mi-31 Antiseptic mouthwash Oil pint Reg. 89t m my no a it Fuff kills contacted germs sweetens breath tooth brushes adult s by on by Sale brushes Fine j nil us or hard textures. Sanitary f plast a c3ses Reg 49c z of j it rag $1 of pm it in hair Rollas v Brush screen bouffant j / y sleep re magnetic Jim picks pc i 50 a in. S., hair Spray sets hair right i cd i 11-oz aerosol f Al a Rexall milk of magnesia \ effective antacid gentle laxative action ii ii for children or adults Plain or mint flavor. J a �1 12 of Reg 63c a for Vii a i i 59c tablets 85 $ 2 for 60 Monaret pc tablets for pain Relief. 100 s of c i 42c shoe pc for / b 25 s 2 for .43 Rexall a a Grain saccharin other sizes a bottle of too 2 for the Price of a re Sti j a a i 2 for i20 j in Sale toiletries Roball deodorant to a a ii 2 i 4 70c \ i underarm pro Union Goldin Lilac Reg $2 so Mist Cologne Eli be Tai for 251 2 of Spray bottle $2 Cologne or ousting powder 2 for 2.01 a Sale values in vitamins Rexall Vitamin c ctr 77, 2 a 78c 50 my. 100 s other Vitamin c sizes 2 for the Price of i plus a Penny. Pexa. Vitamin by thiamine hydrochloride Reg. $2.25 2u,2h 50 mg., too s other Vitamin by sizes 2 for the Price of 1 plus a Penny. 3.25 Ai Phacas nit Gnu Loo 2 for 3.26 6.39 Ai Phacas a so. Too 2 for 6.40 1.39 Brewer s yeast 250, 2 for 1.40 1.59 Coo liver Oil i 2 for 1.60 1.39 dial. Phosphate 100, 2 for 1.40 2.19 Multi Vitamin tonic i 2 for 2.20 5.95 Mineral Zed p Complex Loos 2 for 5.96 4.79 Ger rite tablets nos 2 for 4.80 2.09 p0lydr0ps 30cc 2 for 2.10 3.89 p0lymulsi0n i 2 for 3.90 7.39 theremins m Loo. 2 for 7.40 2.59 Vitamin 8 Complex 100. 2 for 2.60 89c "8480&Quot Talcum Pound 1.19 Bath Oil Sequoia Pine 1 of hand Cream Cara Nome 1 25 compact powder Cara Noi i 50 fab powder Cara Nome 1.50 Liq. Foundation Cara Nome 1.50 cold Cream theatrical Pound 1.50 cleansing Cream theatrical Pound 1.00 deodorant stick Cara Nome 2 for i 49c deodorant Cream Dainty 1.19 space fragrance Adrienne 98c shampoo Adrienne Coconut Oil 98c shampoo Adrienne Liq Cream 79c hair Oil Rexall 8 of 69c shave lotion Lavender 69c shave lotion re by shave 98c tooth paste Rexall aerosol 98c doral plate Cream 89c Bat rum Scull 35c lip Aid sen 39c Nail polish remover 2 for .40 2 for 90 2 for 1.20 2 for 1.01 2 for 1.26 2 for 1.51 2 for 1.51 2 for 1.51 2 for 1.51 2 for i of 2 for .50 2 for 1.20 2 for .99 2 for .99 2 for .80 2 for .70 2 for .70 2 for .99 2 for .99 2 for .90 2 for .36 Quinlan a 463 main St. Bennington it. Store Tel. 442-6256

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