Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 28 1966, Page 10

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Bennington, Vermont I0-Bonnington Banner Friday May 27, 1966�if a. A a _ �?-----------------------1�?--------r classifieds legals crossword television radio classifieds legals crossword television card of thanks we wish to extend our Heartfelt thanks to our Many friends and neighbors and or. O Neil for their Many acts of kindnesses during the recent loss of our beloved Mother Ethel Smith. The Beautiful Flowers cards and All other acts of kindness will never be forgotten. Or. And mrs. Earl Contin mrs. Hazel Bruso miss Janette Smith or. Amp mrs. John Woodcock or. Amp mrs. Leon Smith or. Amp mrs. Donald Smith. Community action making Way for a new playground on the Norman Greenberg property first Street Hoosick Falls Are interested citizens who began the task tuesday evening. Adults include scoutmaster Richard Severson Luther Rasch William Gilchrest Charles Scarey William Grennen James Cusack and Albert Deluca. Scouts Manning shovels Are among members of troop 64, Dsa. Village trucks and equipment have been volunteered for assistance. Second Ward the largest in the Village is the Only Ward without a Nlay in it we wish to extend our Heartfelt thanks to our Many friends and neighbors for their Many acts of kindness during our recent bereavement for Beautiful Flowers donation of cars and Many other acts of kindness. We Are truly grab Ful. The family of mrs. Annie Vince. Ifor select used cars see Williams amp Bugbee inc., 442-5320, e. Main St., Bennington. Monuments cemetery lots 5 a Ock of Ages Granite Barre Guild Seal. D. E. Carver. Call 2-4808. Display at 126 Washington Avenue. By appointment appreciated. Ground. Beaumont Manchester bows bul for file Mountain towns c Arlo Molter to 4-3993 off ice Manchester a a number of local women will participate june 3, 4 and 5 when the Vermont federation of business and professional women convenes at the toll House in Stowe. Mrs. Frances k. Lenox of Vernal Utah Pei Sonal development chairman of the National Bow federation will be guest speaker. State president Reitha to Gaughan of Burlington will preside. Gov. Huff will bring greetings. Valerie Crane of Manchester will be the local Bpwe a Delegate in the Young careerist Competition to select a Young woman to represent Vermont at the National convention in Atlanta a. July 24-29. Arrangements for this part of the program Are being made by mrs. Ethel Wells of Manchester state personal development chairman and mrs. Helen Ingram of Brattleboro and among others mrs. Leah Jones of the local organization. Mrs. Jones is candidate for the office of treasurer in the state Bow and mrs. Wells auditor. Mrs. Mae Winslow of Manchester who is candidate for first vice president will preside Over an Emblem breakfast june 5. Ten members of Baptist ladies Aid society Wilmington met at the vestry wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Ethel Southworth presided. Plans were discussed for a food Sale to be held on the Lawn of the Home of mrs. Edna Carpenter june 19. A summer Sale planned for aug. 19, was also discussed. Money was voted for contribution to the Flowers on the Bridge. The women a association of the Wilmington congregational Church will hold a work meeting tuesday at to . At the Home of mrs. Wayne Timmerman. Lions hear engineers Wilmington Lions club met at the Long Jim inn wednesday night when Henry Meyer presided Over 16 members who heard Reginald Arnold chief Engineer state Highway department and Nelson William assistant District Highway Engineer. The visitors spoke about highways in Vermont re location safety factors and beautification programs. They called particular attention to the possibility of a Wilmington bypass and Access roads running up the Westside to Haystack ski area and mount Snow it. Too. It was voted to raise the annual dues from $15 to $20. Next meeting is scheduled for june 8 at the Long Jim inn. Memorial rites plans for Observance of memorial Day have began in w Ilmington. Leo Emery is in charge of placing flags on cemeteries and mrs. Jeannette Brown is taking care of wreaths. Flowers at the memorial Hall will be placed by the american legion Nelson e. Pick Well Post. Grant Moyer is officer of Day and Wayne Timmerman and Leo Emery marshals. The firing squad includes Harold Rice Joe Spirka Clinton Hall Linsey Emery Frank Brooks Robert Maynard Earl Brown George Dixon and Jim Kershaw members of the color guard Are Leonard Boyd Kenneth Sullivan Eugene Sullivan and Marty Ray. Prayers will be offered at the Bridge and Library. The program begins at 10 30 at the memorial Hall. Sally Anne poor will recite Quot Lincoln a tribute to women and Grant Moyer or. The Quot Gettysburg the Junior choir of the congregational Church will sing and there will be a duet by Bunny Ray to and Debby Canedy As Well As an instrumental number by Mark of Connor and Creg Olmstead. Ceremonies will be followed by a Parade and boy cub and girl scouts Are readying to take part. Bennington lanes open every Day at 6 . Moonlight Bowling every Friday night. Downer 4-h Camp Sharon Camp openings for boys girls age 9-14, and special Camps age to 18. Your child need not be a 4-h member to apply to one of the least expensive summer Camps in Vermont. Contact Stephen Springer director Box 38, Woodstock it. Personals special four weeks 4 visits per week $20. Stay trim studio 442-4771. Wedding invitations announcements cake decorations imprinted napkins and matches Guestbooks. Bennington bookshop 416 main St., phone 2-5136. Automobiles for Sale la bargain Sale 1963 Plymouth fury one owner 28,400 Miles warranty still Good for 27,000 Miles or 2 years. Price $1,475. Buying a station Wagon. Carl Centerbar North Bennington 442-2796._ Monument motors a authorized Volkswagen sales and service dial 447 7 561 route 7, South of Bennington Bennington Vermont for May state inspection. See Hurley Bros. 155 North i. Street. I business services offered 18 notice Havink sold the rear portion of our land to the Quot hopping we will continue to operate w the a i arse inventory of late wreck Quot and part Quot at another location. Our office will be at la blocs car amp truck Hunt St. From Johnson Oil for parts Tel. 442-2308 Leblunc s Auto wrecking Hunt St. 442-2308 Ucros 1963 rambler classic 770, 4 door Sedan excellent con oltion 33,000 Miles Standard reclining seats padded dash Day and night Mirror Back us lights radio and Heater $1,000. Call North Adams 663-8128. Repairing 15 cesspool amp septic tank cleaning. Reasonable rates. Leonard Wells 442-6919. Piano tuning voicing action regulation demoting Complete service. Burt Rockwood Plano technician. Telephone 442-6587. Well drilling All Winter free estimates. Carlson 4 Lundin Artesian Wells inc. So. Londonderry it. 824-5283. Val Erb 4 son builders. All types repairs alterations Mason work new Homes porches additions garages Snow plow. No Job too Large or Small. Telephone 447-7149. Professional services 22 electrolysis treatments permanent removal of superfluous hair from face and body including permanent styling of eyebrows. Consultations and treatments by appointment. June l. Moses r.e., 85 main St., North Adams mass. M04-9250. Portraits of distinction brides children men and Glamor photography. And Ricks studio Hoosick Falls 686-9161. Help wanted 23 Kitchen help 6 Days per week 8 to 5, apply in person to or. Rallis four chimneys rest., Bennington. Sanitary trucking. Rubbish garbage removal. Cellars cleaned. Bernies trucking.1. Tel. 442-9645. Aluminium windows doors siding 4 awnings. Milton Mack by. No. Benn. 442-5355. Sports equipment advisor Anthony Tomasi wheelers sporting goods Call 442-6217. Heating and plumbing 19 Call Johnson Oil co. For All your plumbing and heating needs. We specialize in remodelling. Call 442-7311. Moving trucking storage 21 strayed lost found found Golden retriever Vicinity of Woodford Mountain. Also Small female Beagle Collar Shaftsbury. Call humane society shelter 375-2898. Berkshire sports cars inc. Your area and Mercedes Benz dealers. New and used cars. 207 state Road North Adams Call 664-6388. 1965 Dodge a ton pick up with Chrysler guarantee $1600. James Leonard 442-5044. Mullen Mayflower moving crating storage. Free estimates. Call collect North Adams mass. 663-3775. Professional services 22 professional fitting a trusses belts braces supports and other surgical appliances at frosts pharmacy by a certified surgical appliance technician. 198 North St. Benn. Ism trainees wanted Start your career in the computer Field. Experience with ism machines desirable. But not necessary. Contact personnel office Ben Mont Bennington Vermont Telephone 802-442-6331 a a in equal Opportunity employer automotive agencies test drive the 4-wheel drive Toyota at spikes. Call 442-9884. Automobiles for Sale test drive a Tiger today t2tv couple to care for House and grounds on Small estate in Southern Vermont. Comfortable two bedroom cottage As living quarters. Good salary and benefits. Telephone 802-823-7355. Help wanted male 24 Good Opportunity for sales minded Man in lightning Protection Field. Full training provided. Electra Protection co., inc., 127 no. Lake Avenue Albany 6, . Phone 518 Ho-4-4149. College students summer work available. Pol graphic company of America inc. W ant a business of your own Tor am run Gulf in Tho Good in interest Gulf is looking bilious Man to service station Bennington area come Fine future ing outdoor work no experience necessary., Gulf will train you. Call or write or. R. J. Burke Gulf Oil corp., 156 Granger Street Rutland Vermont 77.3-6344 Days evenings 773-8636. Or. Mechanic we have an opening for a Good Auto Mechanic. Many fringes including paid holidays and vacations Blue Cross and shield income insurance life insurance plus top pay. Stop in and see or. H. Evans service manager Stapleton inc. 1450 East Street Pittsfield. College students High school grads now being interviewed for summer Sale work. Car necessary. Write Box a cd Bennington Banner. Automobile sales manager for responsible position with Dodge car and truck dealer. Experienced in used car merchandising important. Salary and benefits. Please reply to Shapiro motors inc., 631 North Street Pittsfield Massac Chusett. Cook steady work excellent pay. Many extra benefits Bright future for the right Man. Telephone Williamstown 8-3455 for information. By Harlem m. Schulz Ali ri6ht nou Cowe y s is ves Down off the Mound j i think it a itha4 stopped hurtig7 to 1 or the 1966 tempest is so new be copying it for years. See the new Pontiac at. Walter l Barber inc Pontiac a Buick authorized sales amp service 114 North Bennington Road open evenings til 9 1957 Fairlane Auto shift Power steering Good tires $45. Telephone 447-7193. Used cars fair dealing Fine service 748 main St. Bennington 442-6373 Challenge a members of girl scout troop 368 Are pictured As they work at Cheney Public Library in Hoosick Falls where they dusted All books and washed bookshelves As part of their Active citizenship Challenge. From left Are Anne Stetson Helen Nugent Marilynne Frazier and Claire Lukas. Troop leaders Are mrs. Charles Frazier and mrs. Robert Stetson. Beaumont 1961 Oldsmobile 2-door har Ltd top excellent condition. Power steering. Call 2-4793 after i 5 shop at your convenience we Are now open 7 Days a week 8 . To to . A new Frozen foods dept. Large drug amp sundry dept. A Complete meat department Willy s variety formerly Pratt amp Riley 300 Gage St. A Bennington Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont a 686-9103 the altar Rosary society of the immaculate Conception Church motored to Wilmington ladies blouses too prints Floral sol ids sizes 32-40 it. Monday to our lady of Fatima Church where the Rev. Robert j. Powers led the recitation of the Rosary. Father Powers took the members on a tour of the grounds and talked about his pastorate. Upon their return the society enjoyed a roast beef and Turkey dinner at it. Anthony country club. Manchester mrs. Clifford b. Harwood president of the Vermont federation of Republican women spoke wednesday at the annual luncheon meeting of Addison county women a Republican club at dog team tavern Middlebury. The person who chooses not to become involved in political issues of the Day has the Ostrich for a National Bird not the Eagle she said urging her audience to form Small gop clubs in their own communities and spend time becoming informed on the party a political philosophy and program. Mrs. Harwood shared the speaking platform with Richard Snelling gop gubernatorial candidate. Bul adrift. Chevrolet Cadillac inc. 1964 Monza spider 2 door Coupe 4 Speed red with White bucket seats$1495. 1963 Chevrolet Impala 4 door Hardtop 6 Cylinder automatic transmission Power steering. $1595 1960 Chevrolet Bel air 4 door $595. Quot after we sell we serve Quot 239 main St., Bennington. 442 545 1. Theres Moor trouble five cent Vaeafe or Hje a t. Ii . By Job in v Hart wish i Coo to remember the Rector the win a a Blondie by Chic Young Steve Canyon by Milton Caitiff its a Beauty 1961 White 2 door Comet radio and Heater Auto trans., red White Interior clean As a whistle 20-000 actual Miles. Phone Bennington 442-2641 after 5. Heart of Juliet Jones Berkshire spots car inc your area Austin Healy my and Mercedes Benz dealers. New and used cars. 207 state Road North Adams Call 664-i 6388. By Start Drake notice pie ase Check your and the first Day it is published. The Banner will assume responsibility Only for the first Days Erro i i

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