Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 2 1966, Page 3

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 2, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Approximately 20 members of the Arlington High school alumni association met thursday night to make plans for their annual banquet which will be held june 18 at the town House Cambridge . It was voted that parents of the class of i960, who Are not members of the alumni May attend the banquet if they wish. Calendar tuesday a 8 ., joint meeting of american legion Post 69 and auxiliary at legion rooms. Wednesday a 3 .,Grade 3 brownies meet at the Home of mrs. Richard Knox 7 30 ., meeting of the Enterprise society of the Federated Church East Arlington guest speaker mrs. Blanchard Stone of it. Laurel school. Anyone interested is Welcome 8 ., regular meeting of Bat ten kill Grange Grange Hall West Arlington. Thursday a 2-5 ., Well baby clinic at the Community House. For transportation Call 375-6616 before noon thursday. Saturday a 6 ., Ham supper sponsored by american legion auxiliary at legion rooms for members and guests 7 ., Arlington girl scout rally at Fisher elementary school. Everyone invited. Dorset work to by Donk a Bishops fund committee makes preparations for a drive May 1-8, in Hoosick Falls thursday night in the immaculate Conception Church f Arish Hall. Seated from left mrs. Robert Shiland mrs. Robert Hebert Leo Hewson John Burton Jerry Deluca. James Mcguire general chairman miss Anita Brazen miss Ann Brazen mrs. William Fitzpatrick miss Nancy Driscoll Harry Crayon mrs. Stanley Arasim miss Bernice Brazen. Standing from left Richard Powers sr., James Cusack Raleigh Tatro the Rev. Alfred k. Kills . In charge of local drive Joseph Cullen William Fitzpatrick John Jenuskevice Harry Landry Ralph Hoffman and Frank Leary. Marcher Skinner a 867-4490 Hoosick formers it Inners in conservation Farmer awards Raymer town by. A conservation f Armer 1965, Rensselaer county was named at the recent 13th annual Cooperator dinner of the Rensselaer county soil and water conservation District. Walter c. Baker of Hoosick Masi or inst Aki eds Robert Lindsey new master of red nit. Lodge 63, of amp am Arlington shown with Robert Young installing marshal during his installation saturday night at the masonic i Emple in Arlington. Thompson Heil Mountain i Edgo installs new officers Arlington a new officers of red it. Lodge 63, of amp am were installed at Public ceremonies saturday night at the masonic Temple. Robert Lindsey was installed As worshipful master. Other new officers installed include the Rev. Clement Belcher chaplain Gilbert Wilcox senior Deacon Homer Shaver senior Steward David Mckeighan Junior Steward Lester Brush Secretary Earl Trout treasurer and f red Lyons senior Warden. Installing officer was Frank Brownell and installing marshal Robert Young. Mrs. Max Grout was at the piano. Donald Johnson of e ast Dorset Nichols for Mont. Hand bags in Denim Nova weave Patent Black White. Entertained with a newspaper skit played the Banjo and Sang accompanied by his wife at the piano. Ellery Lawrence mystified the audience with feats of magic. Refreshments were served following the program. New King lion named Wilmington a Porter Farwell was elected new president of the Wilmington Lions club wednesday night at a meeting at the Wilmington White House. Other officers elected were Lensey Cole first vice president Frank Childs second vice president John Munford third vice president Howard Hosmer Secretary Wayne Timmerman treasurer Max Jarvis Tail twister Eugene Karwoski lion Tamer Paul Allen and Russell Hanson directors. Or. Eugene Winslow president of Windham College gave a talk on the school. Club members voted to buy Gold basketball Cli arms to be presented to the senior High school players. The next meeting will be held May 14 at 6 30 at the White House in the form of a zone social with Whitingham Jacksonville Readsboro and Brattleboro lion clubs. Cooperating with the District since 1957, received a plaque from District chairman Oliver a. Hyatt of Cherry Plain for Progress made in establishing planned conservation practices on his 257-acre Dairy farm. Runner up award was presented to Sherman w. Herrington of Hoosick operating the a usher mar farm. C. Warren Filkins of Hoosick a District director for 16 years was honoured on his retirement for distinguished service by testimonials from cooperating agencies. Donald a. Thompson cooperative Extension agent and assistant District Secretary related the promotion and use of conservation practices on Filkins farm and John Zweig of Averill Park master Pomona Grange related Filkins activities in Hoosick Grange and Pomona Grange that he had represented on the District Board. George a Eyer of Hoosick office manager Rensselaer agricultural stabilization and conservation service told of Filkins efforts to service and coordinate Conger a in programs and n. Clifford Coreil former District director and life Long Friend spoke of experience shared with Filkins As directors on the Hoard. Hyatt in presenting a Engrav de plaque and Lapel service pin reviewed Filkins service not Only in Rensselaer county but with the state and area District association As Well. John Demers Rensselaer county conservation Alliance also presented a plaque to Filkins in behalf of outstanding conservation service. A this is the first time the Alliance has honoured an individual outside of the Active Alliance group a Demers said. The District annual report was presented As a coloured slide talk by Harry e. Potter soil conservation service who pointed out the total Progress of landowners protecting and improving their lands Potter also noted Progress in developing the Poestenkill watershed application the general soil map and the newly initiated District newsletter. Bakery a Progress on his Bovie Hill farm a 56-cow Dairy operation included such practices As strip cropping 39 acres cover cropping 20 acres diversion ditch 400 feet tile drainage,450 feet Woodland Protection 24 acres pasture and Hayland renovation 46 acres wildlife area maintenance 12 acres and a farm Pond. Herrington has established practices which include strip cropping grassed waterway tile drainage and obstruction removal. The program with Hyatt As master of ceremonies followed a roast beef dinner enjoyed by 134 cooperators and friends of the District at Raymertown evangelical lutheran Church. Door prizes awards and the presentation of Colorado Blue Spruce seedlings to everyone present concluded a pleasant evening. Drive in c claims Shelby Ohio up a an Auto insured by state farm insurance crashed into the office of the firm s agent Here causing nearly $900 in damage. Agent tack Stickney said a i think ill move a this is the second time this has mrs. Ann Holan and her three sons who have been living in the Home of miss Mary Ames on the Dorset hollow Road have moved temporarily into the Home of the Rev. And mrs. Robert Green on the Danby it. Road. Mrs. R. B. Tompkins has been Home a week from the Rutland Hospital where she had been a patient. Mrs. Gillespie Armstrong who has been at her Home in the hollow for the past week has returned to her Home in Philadelphia. Or. And mrs. Codman Hislop have returned from a visit in new York where they found the food a a expensive and the theatrical production a Luv a a Good Deal of fun. Mrs. William Belknap was in town briefly for a few Days last week but Long enough to report that she is about to have a two week trip to the scandinavian countries. Lulu re Dorset duties to i Uke peek it school Dorset a the annual visiting Day for prospective Grade i children is scheduled for Friday May 13 at the Dorset elementary school. Parents Are asked to bring the children Between 9 30 and to . After a tour of the building to see its facilities giving them an Opportunity to visualize what a school Day is like the children will be served lunch followed by a bus trip Home at 12 15 The bus will go first to East Dorset and then to Dorset. He smells Mem cooking five year old Tommy Thompson of Arlington patiently awaits his first fish saturday at warm Brook. His equipment a a stick a piece of string a Hook and a hunk of bread. T he Mountain towns Carlo Molter to 4-3993 a 2.c. James Brissette son of or. And mrs. Albert Brissette of the b amp b Bowling alleys in Wilmington left for Arlington va., wednesday after spending a 30-Day leave at Home. He had been stationed at Kara Mursel fab Turkey before being transferred to Arlington. Robert Reeb of Nanuet ., is the new Lookout at mount Olga fire Tower. He started his duties last thursday. Green Mountain lassies will resume regular meetings thursday at 3 30 At the Home of their Leader. Mrs. Doris Stengel of the twin silos Wilmington. Manchester ult in it the we Nahs a Shaftsbury cub scouts who took top awards in a Pinewood Derby last week included Erie Henningsen front grand Champ and Back Row from left Patrick Shea Thomas Mattison and Christopher Paris. Otis Erie Henningsen wins cubs Pinewood Derby files suit Camhout planned fourteen girl scouts attended a meeting at Wilmington High school with their Leader mrs. Robert Porter wednesday evening. Linda Maynard senior scout assisted. Juniors worked on drawing and painting badges and Cadette on hiking badges. The group made plans for an a overnight a with a three meal cookout scheduled for May 20 and 21 at fort Dummer state Park sponsored by Brattleboro girl scouts. Two International guests have been invited. The next meeting will be held thursday at 7 At the High Chook Shaftsbury a a Pinewood Derby highlighted a meeting wednesday of cub scout troop 31 at the Shaftsbury elementary school. Erie Henningsen of Den 4 was grand Champion. Each Den held run offs with the following winners selected Den i Christopher farts Den 2, Thomas Mattison Den 4, Erie laconic i Alley gardeners plan Hon or Shote Beglin a tune 18 is the Date set for the first Flower show sponsored by the Taconic Valley Branch of the women s National farm and Garden association. Mrs. David s. Duncombe is general chairman. The show will be held in Berlin Community Hall and mrs. Charles f. Fitzpatrick of Cherry Plain has been appointed by the committee to act As supervising chairman. Success of the show will depend entirely upon its exhibits and plans Are being made for wider participation by invitation of non member area residents to enter one or More exhibits according to the officials. A regular monthly meeting of the Branch will take place May 12 at 1 30 At the Home of mrs. Albert Seagroatt . 22, Here. A workshop will be conducted by mrs. Fitzpatrick. Big barrister Dallas up a associates of Michael n. Buckley an assistant District attorney consider him quite a bit of lawyer. He is 6-7 tall and weighs around 270 pounds. Mil in i or in it mrs. Dwight j. Dwinnell of Reading mass., former president of the Massachusetts Fellowship of congregational Christian women and vice president of the National Fellowship of congregational women will speak tuesday at a Church women a workshop at the first congregational Church. The United women a group of the Church will Host area and state leaders at the 9 . To 3 45 conference and All Church women Are invited to attend the sessions especially officers of the first Church group. East Arlington still Elaml Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 the Enterprise society will hold its evening program wednesday at 7 30 at Bailey Hall. Following the devotional service mrs. Blanchard Stone a teacher from it. Laurel school in Manchester will Tell about the school and its program. This should be of special interest in this area As several students from Here Are enrolled there. Mrs. Roy Grout is chairman of the refreshment committee. Chaise lounge with exterior finish wooden arms $12.00 choir $6.89 by t ele scope Bellemare amp sons i 13 North Bennington Road phone 2 Good automated . Bigger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. For a happier Home fixtures for style Beauty and Urabi i try. Nothing beats nationalize fixtures. And remember. A a Quality need not be expensive. Why not Stop by and let us help you with your plans. Co inc Henningsen and Den 5, Patrick Shea. Donald Dailey was in charge of weighing. Gordon Mooney was official starter and judges at the finish line were John Scarey and cub master Ira Manross. Following a Flag ceremony led by Den i the following awards were presented Keith Mattison Den i Bear badge and Gold Arrow Timothy Dailey Den 2,Wolf badge Duane Peacock and Melvin Lawrence Wolf badge Gold and Silver arrows Patrick Shea Bryan Gallant and Daryl Wetherell All Den 5, Silver arrows on Wolf badge. It was announced the cubs will March in the memorial Day Parade in Bennington. L i dits 113 depot Street dial 2-6343 Bennington Sandgate a mrs. Helen Ferris Secor 70. Mother of Clifford la. Ferris of Sandgate has filed suit in Palm Beach e la., county circuit court against the owner and Driver of a car in which she was a passenger last feb. 16 when it was involved in an Accident. Mrs Secor resides at 549 Tallulah Road Lantana Fla. The suit seeking More than $25,000 damages for injuries mrs. Secor allegedly suffered is against Sylvester Parker of 3620 Tallulah Road the owner and his wife Alice Wright Parker the Driver. The Parker car was reported in collision with a car driven by James Steven Burren 25, of the Everglades club Beach at s. County Road and peruvian Avenue in Palm Beach mrs. Secor said. I i dips j ant zen swim suits Adams clothes shop a shoes Loo 2w Samd shift dresses of rotate and Cotton. Select from checked Gingham in assorted colors. Sake. $4 other shifts s3 up Dryad ales free parking Emory lot next door Arlington Helene Thompson 375-2325 t

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