Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Nov 10 1965, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - November 10, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Shaftsbury Dorset frail Stacy 442-6524 i Hopes 4-h Dairy club met Chaser for Friday at the Home of Richard Matt son. Wanda Lawrence presided Over the meeting which was attended by 13 members and three guests. Christine Flynn led the Flag Salute and 4-h pledge Kathy Flynn read the treasurer s report and Gail Bishop presented the Secretary s report it was voted that a scrapbook would be purchased for the news reporter to keep newspaper and other 4-h clippings. It was also voted that two flags a United states and a 4-h Flag will be Pur the club. Members Drew names for the gift Exchange at the Christmas party. The next meeting will be at the Home of Susie Williamson. The woman s society of Christian service of the first methodist Church will hold a Bazaar workshop fridayat7p.m. In the Church social room. Everyone who has nonperishable items for the Bazaar is asked to bring them to the Church at that time. All chairmen and workers Are also urged to attend and set up Booths. Marchen Skinner 867-4490 Midwest tourist Trade sought by Green my resort association lest be forget All of our stores and offices veterans Day closed thursday in Obi of veterans Day i l in to Al Edward Thompson of York . Has sold a Small piece of land on Church Street in Dorset to his neighbors the Joseph whiteheads nov. 5. Thompson is owner of the former Quot Fife and drum Quot House on Church Street. Or. And mrs. David Gilbert former owners of Gilbert s hardware store left monday for Art Zona where they will spend the Winter. Or. And mrs. Herbert Simmons of West Road have gone by plane to make a two week visit in Oregon with mrs. Simmons parents. Miss Anna Gilbert who is a patient at Rutland Hospital is reportedly making a speedy recovery from a leg fracture. She is allowed up and learning the intricacies of a Walker. Or. And mrs. T. Wylie Kinney who took off last Friday for new York and a visit in new Jersey which included viewing another football game Are anticipated lome this thursday. Off the ground the proposed Dorset nursing association project successfully took another hurdle monday night when it received approval of the Bennington Rutland Opportunity Council at a meeting at the Manchester elementary school. The project now must win approval from a regional office in new York City which will review the plans which must be sent to them before nov. 15. Following this if Good Fortune holds the project will be submitted to the Federal office in Washington . East Arlington Sunderland Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 the committee a mrs. Howard Sherman mrs. Burton Snow mrs. Paul Matteson and mrs. Nellie Colvin a in charge of a rummage Sale to be held Friday have been Busy contacting people and getting plans under Way. Volunteers Are needed however for marking and getting articles ready on thursday evening. Room mothers have been contacting As Many parents As they could get for donations and if someone has Good clothing to give they Are asked to bring it thurs Day for you Cive your family Jvn i r More pleasure this Christmas than if you gave them the All new 1966 Zenith world s finest performing 8-speaker solid state Complete with transistor pm am stereo pm radio adjustable Louvere sound directors that can be opened and closed to direct sound genuine veneers and select Hardwood solids the Bach a Model mn2604w a attractive modern styling in genuine Oil finished Walnut veneers and select Hardwood solids handsome Louvere doors Mas $34995 8 High Fidelity speakers eight Zenith Quality High Fidelity speakers two Ion woofers six 3vi&Quot tweeters. New Zenith solid state amplifier Zenith 2g a stereo precision record changer provision for radial Extension speakers stereo built As Only Zenith would build it Micro touch 2g tone army the most perfectly balanced tone Arm in Home console stereo uniquely balanced for greater tracking and stability greater compliance. E. T. Williams Hunt St. We done to talk service. We give it Unni notch presenting the project was mrs. Edith d. Snare who submitted the plans for the Council s consideration. With her was mrs. Nelle Williams one of the organization s original sponsors who read a prefatory statement explaining the need for such a nursing service in Dorset. Also attending to show their support were a number of trustees and interested members. Weston a William Johnson of Peru director of the Green Mountain resort association reports approval of a Basic brochure thursday evening at Quot one of the Best turnouts to Date Quot of Lodge owners and managers. In expressing purposes of Gera the organization said it is seeking support from local business persons who Deal directly with tourists for promotion of no injuries reported following Potter Hill trailer explosion Potter Hill . A a travel trailer used for vacations owned by or. And mrs. David Towne of Babcock Lake Road was disintegrated tuesday night when it blew up during the Power failure. Explosion of a Gas Heater was Given As the reason for the blast. The incident occurred when the Townes were about to enter the trailer in which they were planning to sleep if Power was t restored. When they opened the door the stove apparently exploded. The Hoosick fire department was reached by phone As were firemen who succeeded in saving the Townes Home located nearby. Tourist Trade. It does not see the bringing in of Industry As a chamber of Commerce attempts to do As its function. Also discussed was pm Ray a unique promotion in Vermont of midwestern tourist ski Trade particularly from Chicago 111. And Pittsburgh a. Cooperating with Gera in this promotion Are Mohawk airlines and Hertz company also Eastern airlines from Washington . To new York City and Newark . Where ski passengers May connect with Mohawk. Participating lodges will also provide transportation to local ski areas for those who need it. Big Bromley will be particularly featured in the Midwest pro motion Gera said. Bennington Bannat wednesday november to 1965�?7 Buxton players to appear in . Eliot play at Arlington Arlington a the Arling ton memorial High school drama club will be Host to the Buxton players of the Buxton school of Williamstown mass. Thursday at 8 . In the High school gymnasium Here. Mrs. Virginia Hall Smith will direct t. S. Eliot a play a murder in the Cathedral Quot which will be accompanied by the Buxton school orchestra. Members of the amps drama club will bring the 78 members of cast and Crew and five faculty members to their Homes for Din Ner before the performance. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Arlington club. West Rupert youth receives Jim award West Rupert a James Pelton of this Community is one of 16 University of Vermont Roth seniors who have been awarded the distinguished military student badge. Firefighters stand by in blackout North Bennington Short candles and burned out flashlight batteries Are the Only evidence in the Village of the blackout emergency tuesday evening. Fire chief Martin Percey reports that local fire department members were on hand at the firehouse throughout the emergency to Render assistance if needed. He also said the Mutual Ald plan among area fire departments was immediately activated. Communications Between fire stations were maintained by Battery powered radios. 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