Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 28 1966, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance corporation interest paid from june i on deposits made by june to per annul compounded Semi annually june 30 and december 31 effective this period announcing new interest rate transfers Dorrit Stanford has sold her property on . 7 across from Carriage Trade to or. And mrs. August Schramm. Or. And mrs. Harold Purdy have sold their Home on it. Ll-30 to or. And mrs. Mitchell Syrkin. Or. And mrs. Duval Broun have sold their land on Richville Road to Valley Homes inc. Mrs. Margaret Luders has sold her land on the West Road to mrs. Mary Forrester. Or. And mrs. Bernard Dow have sold a lot in the Dufresne Pond area to or. And mrs. Morris Martell. Ith Nail Pittsburgh up a a new fully twisted Nail designed to eliminate the Home building Industry a problem of a a Loose framing and Nail popping has been introduced by United states steel corp. A the new Nail has a helical or spiral design which accounts for its Superior holding Power Over the smooth Shank common Nail a says Robert j. Ritchey general manager residential construction marketing. The spiral Nail is easier to drive and offers More count per Pound according to Ritchey. Ritchey said tests of holding Power showed the new nails have a delayed withdrawal resistance of 336 pounds compared with 101 pounds for common nails. Mrs. Arvanese Penn has sold her land on the West Road to mrs. Isabel Wilkins. Valley Homes inc. Have sold a lot on . 7 to Harry Barber or. James Mccooey has sold his land West of the former to Naughton inn to or. And mrs. Charles Thomas. Robert c. Brewster and Howard Dufresne have sold the former w Hipple property at the Cor % Ner of Bonnet and school streets to or. And mrs. William Turner. Valley Homes inc. Have sold a lot in the Hill Vale develop Merit to mrs. Colin Tunison of new York City. A lease has been recorded in the town clerks office Between John Mccullough of North Bennington and the first National Bank of North Bennington concerning the Bank a offices in the old grand Union building on main Street. Or. And mrs. Doyle Frost have sold their property in Richville to or. And mrs. Keith Barrows of Manchester. Or. And mrs. August by la have sold their land on Taconic Avenue to Walter Vogt of Woodha it Ven n.y., and his daughter mrs. Violet Bay of Sunderland. Or. And mrs. John Essex of Westbury n.y., have sold a portion of their land in Manchester depot to or. And mrs. Leon Dol Derer of Greenwich Conn. A lease has been recorded with the town clerk Between Mary j. Hanley and the Bennington Rutland supervisory District for the former town managers office on main Street. Are talking boil i Baptist Church addition a this is the View from main Street of the recently completed addition to the first Baptist Church of Bennington known As the Nichols Christian education building. Open House and dedication ceremonies for the new Wing will be held june 4 and 5. Hagerman got enough for the weekend table Model Brazier Handy economical Only 99 a 4-position Chrome cooking Grid with handle a steel fir bowl with 5-Inch High wind screen a three tubular steel legs Economy Auto stores inc. 530 main Street Bennington Vermont Sprague it a it. Reports sales increase North Adams mass. A net sales of Sprague electric co. And consolidated subsidiaries in the three months ended March 31, 1966 totalled $35,098,134, the highest quarterly sales figure in the company a history it was announced by Robert c. Sprague chairman of the Board and Ernest l. Ward president in the company a quarterly report to shareholders. Net profit after taxes increased to $1,907,475 from $963,095 in 1965. Net profit from operations per share amounted to $1.17 on the 1,629,723 shares outstanding compared with $0.61 on 1,-582,433 shares outstanding at March 31, 1965. A reflecting continuing Strong demand for our products in All major markets our shipments for the three months increased 40 per cent while earnings were nearly double the 1965 result a the two officers said. A demand for components for the rapidly growing production of color television sets and electronic computers was especially Strong but higher sales Are being recorded in virtually All of our products for the consumer Industrial and military markets. Incoming orders Are continuing to run approximately 50 per cent ahead of this time last year and our open order backlog at the end of april was $18 million higher than in april 1965.�?� they added that a further increases in shipments Over the balance of the year should result from our recently enlarged facilities for capacitors at Lansing . And Sanford Maine and for resistors at Nashua and from the beginning of production of integrated microcircuits at a new Plant at Worcester mass. A it now appears probable a they told the stockholders a that 1966 volume will reach and May possibly exceed $140,000,000, and that earnings should be materially above those reported for 1965.�?� is it seasoned new York up a seasoning a drying process that pre shrinks lumber improves the Woods grip on nails and other fastenings building experts say and is a must for Home building. Do it yourself with. Miracle Brick transforms a Wall into a conversation piece Are decor Miracle bricks the most authentic masonry substitute that has Ever been developed. These individual Brick like facings Are plastic composition Only Van thick color fast Light weight non porus and will not support fire. Big advantages for the professional or the do it yours Elfer results from decor Miracle bricks lightness which eliminates any need for special foundation work or the extra support required for read masonry. Decor Walls Are water proof and can be washed with any detergent. Density of the product prevents any grease or dirt penetrations. These exact duplications cannot be detected by Eye or touch even by most professionals under the shop tuttles for sound values a new York up a Home owners who plan to remodel often draw a Blank when they hear the professional Lingo used by builders and Home remodelling experts. Here Are some Basic words in the construction vocabulary a Batts rectangular sections of Rock Wool or other Low density fiber enclosed in heavy duty paper of aluminium foil which Are used for insulation. A sheathing fibreboard or Gypsum a often impregnated with Asphalt a which covers the exterior Frame of a House. A furring strips of Wood or Metal applied to Wall ceilings or roofs to provide even surfaces for installation of Wallboard acoustical tiles or shingles. A framing the wooden supports that make up the framework of a House. A studs the vertical part of the framing usually Toby four inches thick. A joists horizontal beams used to support ceilings or floors. A Sills Large horizontal beams upon which rest the studs of the framework. A i Intel a horizontal beam Over a doorway or a window. A siding the exterior finish of a House generally Wood pressed Wood Brick aluminium Asphalt or Asbestos singling. A Square a unit of measurement consisting of an area to feet by to feet too Square feet used to determine the amount of materials and labor required to cover a roof. The roof of an average House measures approximately 25 to 50 squares. A Damp proofing the application of a water resistant pitch or Asphalt base coating to the outside Wall of a houses foundation to prevent the penetration of moisture. A drywall Gypsum Wallboard nailed or cemented to the Interior Side of Wall studs. A wet Wall plaster Over lath. Boneless round r0ast�,99t Hamburg patties i 65t frankfurters 79 walkers food Market Church lounge a this is the spacious and warmly panelled and furnished Church lounge which is another facility located in the first Baptist churches new Nichols Christian education building. Bermudas Adams clothes shop a shoes a Church school classroom a this is. One of the number of classrooms which Are a Basic part of the new Nichols Christian education building at the first Baptist Church. Folding door seen at right can be closed to Divide room into two smaller rooms. Toll Gate Lodge now open for the season dinner from 5 30 . Sunday and memorial Day from i . 4 Miles East of Manchester Center on route i i phone 362-1779 attractive Kitchen helps entertaining 113 depot St. Dial 2-6343 Bennington Chicago up a the etiquette of entertaining includes making sure your Kitchen is As attractive As your living room. It has to be so a your guests will see to that. A except for very formal occasions the tendency has always been for the family and guests to gather in the Kitchen a says Henry o. Radloff vice president of the Dinette division of the b. Brody seating co. Of Chicago. Radlo Fps idea of a Kitchen etiquette is heavily slanted to the appearance of the room so the duty is on the shoulders of the owner to make sure that things like old Kitchen tables and chairs inadequate lighting cooking doors visible pipes old paint and Bare windows done to disco fit your guests. A a you la be a happier hostess when you re not constantly apologizing for the Way things look a he adds. A so Why not be sure your Kitchen is As attractive to guests As your living room a Radloff suggests that of you want to keep your guests and yourself Happy you ought to a add lighting such As a fixture Over the sink to avoid a a unsightly shadows. A replace scuffed wobbly and worn Kitchen furniture so your guests done to get seasick. A install a Hood and fan Over the Range to vent away Kitchen doors. A fix or replace worn Loose flooring. A put up shutters instead of curtains for the windows and a Bright Valance across the top if there is a View. Play picture Bingo Over $350,000 in prizes a including pan am Jet vacations for two in Hong Kong and Tokyo and 1200 major appliance prizes use your june 4th Post picture Bingo card or ask for free sealed Carch off Chi Pic turf Waco i Aquah this s cum amal. We Notum Iii automated . Bigger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. A serial shares a full paid income shares a sating share Bennington co operative savings amp loan association 116�?T/i South St. Dial 2-511 Manchester real estate Bennington Banner. Saturday. La 28, 1966 7 know what builders

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