Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 1 1963, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 1, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 0 Friendly folks too a fresh air Welcome kids by fran Stacy Shaftsbury a what is a a Friendly town of the Herald Tribune fresh air fund its a Community exactly like All those in Bennington county. As Ere a fresh air youngster wrote to his Mother a a Friendly town is a Friendly town because All the people Are kind citizens open their hearts and their Homes letting thousands of new York City s tenement children experience first hand the Man wonders of living and playing in the country instead of dodging traffic in the Cement playground of hot City streets. The Herald Tribune fresh air fund meets transportation medical and administration costs of this program. Host families Are asked to furnish sleeping accommodations Good food fresh air and Sunshine and most of All affection and understanding for these needy youngsters. Fresh air children will arrive in Bennington county july 16, returning to the City on july 30, August 13 and August 27. Hosts May specify age race religion and sex of their guest. Although invitations will be accepted until july 2, there is less Chance of disappointment if the request is placed Early. Re invitations that is invitations for children returning to the same Home they visited last year must be in by May 16. It is the Hope of mrs. Pfad Stacy Bennington county chairman that too children will be invited to spend two weeks or longer in Friendly towns in the county and surrounding areas Dorset Marchen Skinner Jack Standard a senior at Burr and Burton Seminary who is the son of or. And mrs. John Stan Nard jr., has received word of his acceptance for the summer course at Paul Smiths College Paul Smiths . The College located to the North of Saranac Lake ., is a two year College offering three major courses in Liberal arts hotel management and forestry which is jacks interest. After successful completion of the summer course beginning july6, Jack Hopes to enter As a Froshman in the fall. Or. And mrs. R. S. Fenn have returned after a ten Day trip which included a visit to Williamsburg va., a visit in Maryland where they viewed the Maryland Hunt cup races and a Short Stop with their daughter and husband or. And mrs. Richard Mckee of new Haven Conn. They Learned that their son in Law a Yale music major had been elected president of the Yale glee club for next year. Mrs. Sue Fenn wife of Bruce Fenn jr., a senior at Colby College Waterville Maine was notified that she had been elected a member of the Phi Beta Kappa society of the College. Sunday brought the return of or. And mrs. Alan Chapman from their two months trip in England where they visited relatives. They arrived in Dorset late enough to allow the persistent Drift of Snow in front of their door to melt but Early enough to see the Daffy Blooming in their Garden. Mrs. Chapman said England was Chilly and had Snow too which is unusual. Mrs. Ruth Hinze has recently sold her Home located next to the Dorset Pond in the Village to or. And mrs. Philip f. Burnham from Scarborough . Mrs. Hinze has now purchased a Home in South Dorset formerly owned by f red Kirk of Manchester Center. Or. And mrs. Burnham plan to occupy their new House throughout the year. Or. Burnham has been connected with the new York Central Railroad co. Mrs. June Geyer of East Dorset has left for a trip to Tucson Ariz. Or. And mrs. David Forrest of East Dorset have purchased the Home and store owned by Roy f. Wilbur and plan to take Over the store management today. At this time or. And mrs. Wilbur will move to Tinmouth where they have built a new Home. Stanley Piontek of Danby who purchased a building site from j. Wilbur sectors on the Morse Tel. 122 re Hill Road is now building a Home on the land. Guy Stone of East Dorset is the contractor. Miss Lena Cochran of Boston mass., and miss Marion Schu Macker of Schenectady ., have returned and opened their Homes for the season in East Dorset. Dorset people participating in the recent Lions club minstrel show included Rex Sheldon As an end Man and aiding the chorus were miss Melanie Sheldon daughter of the Rex Sheldon and miss Patricia Kloman daughter of the Henry Klomans. To the members of the Dorset players clean up weekend at the playhouse has been changed to saturday May la and sunday May 12 at 1 30 . Each Day. Col. Alfred Yates requests that each person himself with their favorite implement a any useful tool needed to tidy grounds. The recent pot Luck supper sponsored by the Maplewood 4-h earned $70.25 toward the Camp Onawa summer tuition for its members. Mrs. John Stannard or. Is optimistic that this sum will be adequate for their needs. Susan Rogers at Lions meet in Hoosick Falls Hoosick Falls,.�?Lions club members Are in for an entertaining program at their regular dinner meeting thursday evening when they will meet at the old Byars House in North Hoosick at 6 30. Susan Rogers a syndicated columnist whose a for men Only column offers advice to the lovelorn of both Canada and the u.s., will be guest speaker for the All male audience. She will offer her expert advice to Lions club members. To avoid embarrassment it has been suggested that questions May be submitted in writing by persons unsigned assuring an interesting if not informative evening. Miss Rogers who lives in new York City is at present at the Williams inn in Williamstown. An invitation is extended to any Lions members in the area who wish to attend. No reservations will be required. William Sigalos and Pulliam Are co chairmen in charge of the program. Cool fair new York up a the Gas Industry who festival of Gas exhibit was the first to contract for space at the new York 1964-64 worlds fair reports 80 per cent of All exhibit buildings at the exposition will be air conditioned by Gas. A Sale dress Flats Reg. Now Mil. A Black Tigre and it smooth malt Tigre and be smooth White Tigre and old Smoky smooth store hours Mon. To . To 5 30 . Thurs. Tues. To . To 5 30 . Fri. Wed. To . To 9 00 . Sat. To . To 5 30 . To . To 9 00 . To . To 5 30 . Monument shoes inc Bennington shopping plat North Bennington Road Quality for l.css-0�f pro ice Comfort and fun our business Oum tonight a til 9 . This summer. With the appointment of new chairmen in towns which have not actively participated in this program previously and new co workers in other towns this goal should be met. Persons wishing More information or who have questions regarding the fresh air program Are invited to Call any of the town chairmen listed below or the county chairman at Bennington 442-6524. In Bennington mrs. . Woodward 442-5298 mrs. Joseph Shea 442-2569 mrs. Vincent Bartholdi 442-2903 North Bennington mrs. Rose Sweet 442-4558 mrs. Bruce Lavigne 442-2686 mrs. Fred Ester 442-9427 Pownal mrs. M. A. Lang Lais a 3-7716 Readsboro mrs. J. Foster Collins Garfield 3-5398 Manchester mrs. Howard Thompson 193 mrs. Walter Hayes 655 mrs. D. L. Madison 346-w Arlington mrs. Elk legion Post 40 anniversary night observed Hoosick Falls . A the Hoosick Post no. 40, America legion celebrated with an anniversary party saturday night with approximately 75 persons attending. The evening began with a social hour followed by a Turkey dinner. Adjutant Thomas Restino served As toastmaster. Continuous membership certificates were presented to legionnaires present. A certificate of meritorious service was Given to Martin o Malley in appreciation of 25 years served As treasurer. Sgt. At arms Francis red Fox received a citation for his outstanding activity in the legion blood program since its Start. Following the dinner mrs. Benjamin Bakaitis president of the auxiliary presented a birthday cake in Honor of commander Francis j. Murphy. St. Martha a Guild meets thursday in Cambridge Bennington Banner wednesday May i 1983�?9 Hoosick Falls Lery Lawrence or 5-2580 mrs. Allan Mattison or 5-2250 mrs. At the conclusion a travelogue Robert Stroffoleno or 5-2736 on the Netherlands was present Shaftsbury mrs. Fran Stacy 442 de after which dancing was enjoy-6524 and Hoosick Falls ., de for the remainder of the mrs. Edith Beaumont 686-9103. Evening. Cambridge . A Saint Martha s Guild of St. Luke s episcopal Church will meet thursday at the Home of the president mrs. Irwin Perry. Dessert will be served at 1 30 and the business meeting will follow. The Guild plans again to Send a group of choir girls to episcopal summer Camp for a week eligibility being based on length of service and faithfulness in attendance at services and rehearsals. Mrs. Winston Potter president of the Troy Deanery Board gave an april luncheon at her Home in Rock City Falls for her officers. It was attended by two members of St. Martha s Guild who Are on the Board mrs. Victor l. Dowdell being Secretary and mrs. Irwin Perry being chairman of Christian social relations. The car project for this year is to establish a scholarship for girls wishing to study for Church vocations in the Mission Field in Hospital and welfare work in Christian education and As Camp Counselor. The Rev. Norman a. Sieme of Springfield Center conducted a preaching Mission for St. Luke s Parish the evenings of april 21, 22 add 23. After the informal services refreshments were served in the Guild rooms by the Mission committee senior Warden Graeme Parish and vestry Man Clement Crowe and their wives. Father Sieme was celebrant at 8 o clock communion services each morning. He is now conducting a preaching Mission at St. Paul s Church in Salem All part of a Spring program throughout the Albany diocese to reach the lapsed and the unchurched and to reassure the faithful that the gospel is relevant to life in the 20th Century. Pesticide Aid Philadelphia up0 a an electro chemical approach combining an element that detects tiny residues of pesticides adhering to fruits and vegetables and a device to measure quantities is being used to help overcome concern about the residues harmful effects. This method says Leeds ii Northrup co., manufacturers of scientific instrumentation can detect impurities that Are no More than a fraction of one part in a million. Edith Beaumont or. And mrs. Daniel Shaughnessey of Hoosick Street observed their 46th wedding anniversary sunday. Or. And mrs. William Rourke m of Hicksville Long Island were sunday guests of or. Rourke s parents on Hong tick Street. The younger Rourke Fiad just returned from a two week vacation through Arizona Mexico and Nevada. The american legion auxiliary will meet thursday at the Home of mrs. Arthur Cutler on first Street when plans will be made for the annual poppy Sale to be held this month. Tel. 686-9103 the Home school association of St. Mary s Academy will hold its final meeting of the year May 6 at 7 30 . In the Library of the Academy High school. The Junior class of St. Mary s Academy will hold a car Wash saturday in front of the municipal building Between 9 . And noon. Malcolm Hershey president of Dodge machine and tool company and mrs. Hershey have moved from Bennington to Babcock Lake to the Bateholts cottage where they will remain through the Sumner. Fillet sole ii i it ,.69 re Lect Haddock l. 59c Walker s food Market known for values. Open Ivery night except sat. Until 9 pub. Spruce up your Home with these flowering shrubs and Trees from our Garden shop Kraft wrapped flowering shrubs 18"-24" selected Grade Flower my shrubs forsythia Golden Bell spirea Houtte Althea red White Blue Weigela Pink red flowering quince Hydrangea to. 2-3 foil wrapped a Complete planting instructions forsythia Golden Bell Yel spirea Houtte White Lilac Lavender Althea red White Blue Weigela Pink red flowering quince red Hydrangea White Low to co 210 North Bennington Road

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