Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 13 1965, Page 8

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 13, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner thursday May 13, 1965 Lea Don t Par Mort Yea psf get More you get Quality Cash savings plus triples Blue Stamps grand Union supermarkets Boneless round corned beef California Chuck roast Blade Cut no waste All solid meat excellent for pot roasting shoulder Lamb chops chops Ano Stew 2 meals in one Lamb Fores genuine sliced calves liver Early morn sliced Bacon colonial Brand cheese a Bacon skinless Franks la. La. La. La. La. I la. Pkg. I la pkg 69c 65c 69c 39e 89c 69 59 Southern grown fresh hot House facial tissue kleenex pre o 200 2 ply 19 kleenex towels pkg of 39< All varieties Jiffy cake mixes All flavors . Fruit drinks j Loo w cans a strawberries tomatoes Bsat. 39 la. 39 priority or Carnation Light tuna mature with blooms geraniums a assorted colors Mastic tray petunias great lakes Brand briquettes 69 79c 20 a a 99 Neumannn a Mayonnaise grand Union Elbow Macaroni 5 to 5 mixture fertilizer 50 1064 eix fertilizer 50 Michigan peat humus 50 bag 99 $ $ 59 99 Michigan peat humus 100b�?~g $189 50 bag 59 soil conditioner Limestone Tea a climbers i Grade a e of Rose bushes99c i or. Reg., n and thin a Spaghetti pkg. Your Choice realem0n Lemon juice i it. Boz. Bot. Grand Union Gold or yellow Mentor tuna pies hawaiian punch 6 $1�� 3 49< g. U. Halves amp sliced peaches e, y. All purpose Wesson Oil treasure Cave Blue cheese Kraft natural Swiss slices 3 1.00 Royal 1 puddings u Aap Salada Deal Label 39 Tea bags 4 of. Pkg. Pkg. $4 05 of too taste 0 sea i _ c seafood platters55 Grano Union All butter in cinnamon Onwu test a 69 whipped Topping 4 3 Grano Union sliced a in a strawberries 2 49 Grano Union m a my c waffles 4 a 45 Sunshine nvdr0x cookies grand Union saltines Armour beef Stew Armour potted a i25 dry bleach beads of bleach we Reserve the right to limit quantities mrs Smith Diec Apple or r in Coconut custard Birdseye Green peas Birdseye baby Lima Beans Grano Union Golden taters grand Union White or Pink lemonade 289 255 2 49 2 49�?~ 4 39 49 31e i �>0/ri/ food a a grand Union 8 of. J a a us Cream cheese p�?T9 Zug . Individually wrap. 12 of. J a 43 cheese Whsle 45 moist figure for fro motts a,5oz�?Tjio� motts yellow cling al5or Jan applesauce Zuj Quot 4u peaches Lac a l a Quot 49 motto a a iso., a Fie Mott s Strawberry i., a. Fruitc0cktail l a Quot 49 preserves a of lib. 34-00 Royal 13 of. Cans i of. 8 of. Bot. 4 of. Pkg. 8 of. Pkg. Islip this Coupon too Stamps extra Bonus with this Coupon and the Purchase of $5.00 or More redeemable at your Friendly. Grand Union super Market Coupon Good thurs. May 13 thru sat. May 15 it 1-Coupon per customer i la. Pkg. I la. Pkg. I lb.8 of can 2 5 of. Cans i la. 2 of pkg. 45 25 51 39 49 new./p.0t Saver Book for Large triples Blue Stamps get yours today at grand Union was Day Miracle tide a Deal Label top Job mild toilet soap zest 33 3 la. M/4 of. Pkg. 3 15 of Bot. 4 of. Bars Juc slb.3%0,. $j.35 32�?T 56 49 2 45�?~ to mama Cross bib Asten or pot roasting fro breaded shrimp Orton s i la. J i pkg j breaded shrimp 00"0ni 2z 2 iced with Gray Freezer Queen Turkey free Fie pkg. 2 lbs 69 Oka i bullheads fillet of sole clams fresh caught 49 b 89 fresh Ler Rystone fresh 3ibsm of Jun King beef 2 la. Oft chop suey i-89 mushroom 2 la. Quot fac chop suey "79 Chun King 51/2 pm. Acc noodles to Chun King 5 of. Soya sauce free too a to a Bonus with this Coupon and the Purchase of one i it. 14 of. Can Klear floor Wax redeemable at our Friendly grand Union or grand Way Coupon Good thru saturday. May 15 code g room Hoit oni Coulon Micu Sto-1 a i a half u i or free Ioor. Stamp with thu co own and the Purchase of one 4-lb Jer All varieties glory Hiu preserves redeemable at our Friendly grand Union or grand Way Coupon Good thru saturday May 15 code g hoi oni Coupon i c Umon a with this Coupon and the Purchase of one it. Bot. Pink or Clear grand Union liquid detergent redeemable at our Friendly grand Union or grand Way Coupon Good thru saturday May 15 code g 1-1 Hoit oni Coulon a la Cus 0��� i Grandi a a a i i free 50 amp Stamps with this Coupon end the Purchase of one k Gal. Bot. Deal Label Bonnie fluff fabric softener redeemable at our Friendly grand Union or grand Way f Coupon Good thru saturday May 15 co Ltd g Grandi li�it0nc0u�0n�l�cui0�>m Healths Beauty aids regular 59c listerine Antiseptic regular 87c Modess 5anitai&Quot napkins 49 67 7 of. Bot. P19 c7 of 24 Armour treet luncheon meat 49 Armour corned beef hash 2� 85 Armour Chili with Beans 35�?T free ioo.-. Stamps with this Coupon Ano the Purchase of one any size or Type hidden magic hair Spray redeemable at your Friendly grand Union or grand Way Coupon Good thru saturday May code of limit oni Coulon i cu��0�m we Are not responsible for typographical errors prices and offers effective thurs. Fri., sat., May 13, 14, 15 committeemen named for bus Manchester a a master committee composed of nine members of the Burr and Burton Seminary advisory committee the Board of trustees and the faculty met monday night to decide committee appellations and assignments on the heels of the first meeting of the trustees and faculty with the advisory committee late in april. The master committee is composed of Ferdinand Bongartz Roy w. Barstow James b. Campbell George Clay headmaster . Henry William a Wrath Donald Powers Peter Schoffstall and Roger Wilcox chairman of the Board of trustees. Schoffstall and Barstow Are faculty members. Areas defined for investigation include curriculum statistical projections physical Plant planning correspondence funds and Public relations. All committees will be asked to meet in a general session to be followed by separate planning meetings May 31 at the Seminary. Hit Creek Eleanor Niles Michael Mccoubrey son of or. And mrs. . Mccoubrey has enlisted in the air Force. He left monday for new York where he will leave by Jet for Texas for his training. Mrs. Walter Greenwood was called to Hoosick Falls last week to care for her daughter mrs. John Griffin who is ill with pneumonia. The Maurice Taber family spent last weekend in Hopewell n.j., visiting mrs. Tabers parents or. And mrs. Charles Wallen. Paul and Geoffrey Jones spent last week at their Home Here. Mrs Jones joined them for the weekend. Kevin and Denise Pepe of Mechanicville spent the weekend with their grandparents or. And mrs. Frank Bouplon. Mrs. William Foster has been called to Florida because of the illness of her Mother. Airman Frank Tanner is spending a three week leave with his parents or. And mrs. Frank Tanner. He has just completed a six month training course at Lackland Field Tex. His next assignment will be at Pease air Force base . Or. And mrs. Charles Niles Anita and Celia were in Cobleskill . Sunday to attend parents Day at the Cobleskill agricultural and technical College. Raymond Niles is a freshman at the College. There will be a covered dish supper at Jermain Church May 21. This is a family night supper for Church members and others in the Community Are invited. Movies of White Creek taken in the late 1930s will be shown and also several movies for the children. Linda and Anita Niles Linda and Ann Marie Ogert and Donna George were local girls who participated in the new York state school music festival Friday at the Cambridge Central school. They attend Hoosick Falls Central school. Or. And mrs. Donald Niles and Linda attended parents Day at Cobleskill agricultural and technical College sunday where Ben Niles is a senior. Peru Alice Dibble 842-3407 Richard Pryce of Hartford conn., has accepted a Call from the Peru and Londonderry churches and will assume the pastorate Here during the latter part of july. He will graduate from Hartford Seminary foundation in june. Or. And mrs. Pryce will come to Peru for a get acquainted weekend june 5, and or. Pryce will preach in both churches on june 6. Since the Rev. Jordan Dickinson concluded his pastorate Here easter sunday the pulpit has been supplied by the Rev. Roland leu Rich of Landgrove the Rev. Earl Ballou of Chester and Kermit f. Reilly of Peru superintendent of the Peru Church school. The Rev. Or. Luerich will conduct the worship service again next sunday. Hoosick fails e Dith Beaumont 686-9103 the winning poppy poster in the recent contest conducted by the Hoosick Post american legion auxiliary and belonging to Thomas Lebanowski won first prize at the county meeting tuesday night at sgt. Walter Adams Post Averill Park according to local delegates who attended the meeting. Young Lebanowski is a Grade 6 student at St. Mary a Academy. His poster will be judged at the District conference at Liberty May 22 from which winning posters will be sent to the National convention. Local members who attended the county meeting included mrs. Thomas Restino president mrs. Dorothy roys mrs. John Waddington mrs. Victor Barrier and mrs. Roy Draper

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