Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 7 1966, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 7, 1966, Bennington, Vermont New business specializes Bennington Banner saturday May 7, 1966-7 Manchester real estate t transfers in wrought Iron items hallmark resulted in furniture with a maximum function and twin Beds Roll top desks kidney shaped tables Seymour Wilkins has sold the property East of the Batten kill locker to Enver and Ruth Cook. A chamber inc. Has sold what was formerly known As the flood House on old . 7 to or. And mrs. Kurt a. We Lvir corp. Has sold the balance of its holdings to the Ivow corp. Or. And mrs. Carl Muench of Forest Hills . Have sold their property on the East Manchester Road to James and Virginia Amaro of Seldon . Ann Bushee has sold a lot on the East Manchester Road to Frank and Grace Squires. The Rutland Railroad corp., has sold the Railroad station in Manchester depot to r. K. Miles inc. Well custom build your dream Home and lend you the Money to buy it no Down closing or settlement costs Long term permanent you own your own lot now you can choose your dream Home alter its plan to suit your family and secure Low interest permanent financing All in the same place its justas easy and pastas buying a car Only much better Well give you All the help you want and the architect Send today for free full color dream Home Catalon for fast return mail to Hilco Headquarters ii co Homes Tural experts at Hilco Headquarters Are at your service at no extra charge nobody else can make Home buying so convenient. You la save thousands of dollars and you la get More Home for your Money. Monthly payments less than rent Hilco Homes a St a f Essin quote Philadelphia a. 19153 by -913 1 i i please Rush your new free full color dream Home Catalon i showing new models plans and specifications. I name address. City state. Zip code. Phone. A i own a lot a i need a lot Carl Capella 107 main St. Bennington it. Phone 802-442-9259 dial 442-4018 Johnson Oil co. 99 to. Bennington re. Bennington it. Free estimates and planning service by fran Stacy Shaftsbury a two big operations Whittier enterprises and the Shaftsbury forge both under the same management have opened business in a Little building Here. Located on . 7 in front of newtons Milestone Motel the Shaftsbury forge specializes in hand wrought Iron items manufacturing a Complete line of fireside and colonial lighting equipment. One fireside item is a unique wrought Iron Holder and Carrier styled by Lawrence v. Whittler owner of the business to fit any decor he says from a Park Avenue to Possum it not Only comes in a variety of sizes but is so designed that one can Load it with logs at the woodpile then carry it inside to the fireplace while chips dirt and dust stay outside instead of on the Hearth. Under Whittier enterprises Youthful Venezuela Caracas up a almost 56 per cent of venezuelans population is under 18 years of age according to latest government statistics. Venezuela also has one of the highest birth rates in the Western hemisphere. Whittler also manufactures and Sells i con unite rigs portable machines for mixing and spraying Concrete. These Are used mainly for building swimming pools water storage tanks or covering Earth full dams. Whittier now has three under construction but says he a been delayed because the War is making machinery difficult to get. Although portable the rigs have a capacity to mix and deliver to the five sack Batch Hopper nine to to tons of unite mix per hour. Whittler enterprises will also sell Ara rent log splitting machines. Used for splitting firewood or Wood for spilt rail fences the machines can spilt the toughest Woods faster than six to 12 men using axes Ana wedges Whittier says. They Are invaluable to the person dealing in fireplace Wood. Whittler now works alone in his shop but he plans to hire help in the future. Although at the moment he has a wholesale business he is setting up a retail Saleroom at the Plant. Whittler his wife and two sons students at North Bennington High school recently purchased the Lovejoy Home on Maple Hill. They formerly resided on Long Island where Whittler operated his own business the manufacture of machine parts for aircraft and electronics industries. First steel a first steel beams Are raised at the site of a new shopping Center in Manchester on it. 11-30. The first building at the Center is scheduled to be completed in june. Contractor is the Ivow corp. Architect is Fritz Dill Mann of Manchester. Ringheiser live easier in a new Kitchen. Ifs easy to have that Kitchen of your dreams. Just give us a Call Well be glad to give you a Complete estimate covering the entire Job. One Call does it All inn at Glen Ellen ski area will be year round facility re roof 115 fratt St. Roofing of All types easy terms phone 442-2317 Monument roofing amp Sheet Metal co. Bennington portable to -.149.95 re Nith e. T. Williams opposite Vermont soldiers Home phone 2-6858 Gerald e. Morrissey inc. General contract engineering commercial residential Industrial 312 Beech St. Phone 2-5701 or 2-2321 Bennington it. Tho Roseal for masonry and Concrete above and below Grade exterior and Interior a Quick Seal pre fab going up a a third Section of a pre fab garage is shown being lowered thursday at the rear of the St. Paul a Catholic Church rectory on Bonnet Street in Manchester. The garage will be attached to the House. The garage was built by Harvest Homes of Delanson ., and was put up by contractor Howard Dufresne. The rectory is at the site where a new Church is scheduled to be built. Ringheiser casual but ornate furniture is predicted we. X. Finish of a a. Distinction and Beauty orse c amp b Block inc. Shaftsbury re. Dial 442-2260 Chicago up a a furniture designer of 30 years agrees with something we be known All along a a furniture design today is in Brilliant reinforcement of our prejudices John Boukma a designer for american of Chicago a division of Shelby Williams industries inc., says today a furniture design a has no sense of a a we re now in a Lull a he says before a More ornate traditional furniture comes on the scene. The seeming contradiction Between Boukma a statements that design is a floundering a yet going toward More ornamentation May serve As support for both ideas a in that he both reflects the a no sense of directions and can see Only the opposite of what has so Long dominated the Field and front room. Boukma knows where contemporary furniture has been. A we have just been through an Era in which modern styling with its severe and clean lines was a ventures a guess As to where its going. Enjoy easier living modernize your Kitchen a but the pendulum is swinging and people Are looking for styles with More ornamentation yet with a casual the juxtaposition of a a pendulum and a a people would seem to indicate that they Are a to Boukma a one and the same swinger. He says today a styles Are a filling the Gap Between trends. Is Boukma exasperated with the Peoples refusal to be anything but capricious and like Only what they like a people have shown a considerable interest in the country look which is somewhat like vegetable soup in that it is a combination of everything including English Early american French and Mediterranean Boukma predicts that future economic religious social and political developments will have some influence on future trends and Points to history to show that it has happened. A for instance a he says a gothic designs which flourished Between 1180 and 1509 were inspired by religious influences. A a lot of the furniture was even made in monasteries and the ornamentation represented religious symbols. The furniture designs themselves were Large straight and a an age of influence during the reign of Louis Xiv made furniture a More feminine a More ornate smaller luxurious curvy Beautiful. It was even comfortable. The georgian Era in which the a individual craftsman was the and dual purpose furniture of All sorts were first designed by Thomas Sheraton. What is worthy from the past will show up in contemporary furniture Boukma says. A no design that is any Good at All has Ever been dropped. Designing furniture is an evolutionary process. Fayston a a new and exciting Green Mountain resort the inn at Glen Ellen will be built this summer according to Walton s. Elliott general partner of Glen Ellen associates the group which will develop this project. The contract for this facility has been awarded to Hall construction company inc. Of Little Silver new Jersey specialists in this Field having built several important resort and Motel complexes in Vermont and a Large number at other locations in the Northeast. Located at the base of the rapidly growing Glen Ellen ski area the inn is conceived As a year round facility catering not Only to the Glen Ellen ski clientele but also to the summer vacation and convention business. Initially there will be constructed 42 living units which will comfortably accommodate too guests and a number of the rooms will be adaptable for utilization either As suites or private rooms. All rooms will have spacious balconies overlooking either the main Ridge of the Green mountains or mad River Valley and Many will feature Franklin fireplaces. The initial design of the inn has been created for the ready addition of 24 living units which could then provide accommodations for 160 guests. In addition to these sleeping accommodations the inn will provide parking for 75 cars a spacious cocktail lounge and deck which should prove to be a popular Rendez Vous for the after skiing or golfing crowd a second cocktail lounge which will seat More than too guests and be the Center of evening entertainment a comfortable living room and Library and a dining room overlooking it. Ellen which normally will seat 150 but May readily be converted by an unique arrangement of moveable partitions to accommodate up to 300. On a lower level there will be a ski tack room that is accessible from the parking lot so that guests May come right into the building from skiing and leave their skis boots and poles in locked storage prior to returning to their rooms. On this same level will be the main lounge area Beauty Salon and a separate recreation room for Ping Pong and similar games. All of these rooms and facilities Are so designed to permit simple conversion into convention room As required. While there Are very few Days in the summer when temperatures in this Section of the Green mountains become uncomfortable the inn will nevertheless be fully air conditioned to guarantee absolute year round Comfort. A new inn a this is an artists Conception of the new inn to be built this summer at the Glen Ellen ski area in Fayston. Architect for the resort is Marcel Beaudin of Burlington. Total Cost of the project is estimated at $500,000

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