Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Nov 23 1965, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - November 23, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Worm notes senior Regent Nancy Livingston has expressed her appreciation to the co workers who helped to make the annual Christmas project a Success and also for the generous donations to the thanksgiving Basket. The Basket was presented to Wendell Carey. Eileen Noble and Marion Knapp were accepted for membership solid Pine Hutch $305 Haynes amp Kane inc. 434 main St. Bennington dial 7-7133 and will be initiated on dec. I. At the most recent meeting refreshment chairman was Gladys Knapp. The Surprise gift was Given to Anna Bahan. The next regular meeting and initiation will be dec. I at 8 . At Moose Hall. Refreshment chairman will be Mary Hier. Virginia Leger will bring the Surprise gift. Plans will be completed for the Christmas social on dec. 15. Tentative plans Call for a covered dish supper at 6 30 . With Exchange of gifts to follow. Anna Balian recorder reminds co workers that quarterly dues Are due in december. Thrift shop since most of our volunteers Are Deer Hunting the shop is closed this week reopening dec. 3 with Many new articles. There Are some very Good window screens Many pictures with real old frames menus shoes venetian blinds a slide trombone a couple of pairs of children a overshoes package of paper plates with knives and Forks children a records and Coffee urn. Requests have come in for a Snow shovel a baby a crib men s Arctic warm Hunting pants warm shirts underwear night shirts and pyjamas books mainly fiction paperbacks. C a a1 if Al i no it h if i in red Cross luncheon a among those present at the annual meeting of the Bennington county red Cross chapter last week were from the left mrs. Dean f. Hanson Gerald Nelson Dean Hanson Raymond b. Bowen and s. Whitney Dickey. Bowen will be county chapter chairman for 1965-66, and Dickey will serve As general fund chairman. Hamilton name Bowen red Cross chairman the Bennington county chapter of the red Cross at its annual meeting last thursday at the Paradise restaurant elected a new slate of officers for one and three year terms As Well As conducting a variety of other business. Elected officers for one year terms were Raymond Bowen chairman Dean f. Hanson Maurice a. Douglass and Gerald d. Nelson vice chairmen Eugene v. Clark Secretary and Frank Hogel treasurer. Slides depicting red Cross activities throughout the county were shown by Leonard Black. Included were pictures of the water safety program conducted by red Cross instructors at the Manchester swimming Pool Lake Par an the Myca Pool and Barbera a Pond pictures taken at the Bloodmobile of the Gray ladies canteen workers and nurses aides and of the fire Gladstone shoes a Burlington a Barre a Newport o Winooski a Bennington a St. Albans Eric hush puppies for the family Start your own Quot slush fun Quot this Winter your hush puppies casuals Are different. Unique tanning methods Combine fluorocarbon resins into the soft breathing brushed pigskin to resist water stains and soil. And that Means softness. Even after soaking. But that s Only half the Story a lightweight Comfort a clean with brisk brushing a steel Shank for extra support a Micro cellular non marking crepe soles. Chief a new hush Puppy lined boots $13.00 to $16.00 just in time for Christmas Winthe giantrplush7/doggie-in-the windrow1 you la love it just Register no Purchase necessary fill in Coupon below and Deposit at our store i Quot a a a a j giant hush puppies free entry Blank soft cuddly easy to win pigskin hush puppies j name j Street. I City i Telephone. Stale. If Uncertain use Gladstone s gift certificates talk about next Christmas and a Vermont National Christmas club they say Christmas is mostly for women and children and poor old dad a the has to pay the Well. When you save ahead by joining Vermont nationals Christmas club you can make it one of the happiest Days in the year for dad too. All you do is Deposit a set amount each week from 25c on up and receive a Christmas club Check for the full amount in time for Christmas spending. So. Join the most popular club in the world the 1966 Christmas club at Vermont National. We guarantee next year you la have the merriest Christmas Ever. Vermont National Bank every modern banking service Tor you your family and your business. I a main office Brattleboro a branches in Bellows Falls a Bennington a Chester Jamaica a Newfane a Proctorsville a Springfield a Wilmington a Windsor a Woodstock member Federal Deposit insurance corporation member Federal Raa Erve Statem in the Huling Block on North Street. Slides of other Redcross projects will be added to this collection and it will be made available for future use by interested civic groups it was decided. Hanson who conducted the luncheon meeting thanked Nelson on behalf of the charter for his work in organizing last years fund raising Campaign. Although the Campaign did not reach its goal Hanson noted the amount raised was greater than last year and enabled the red Cross to continue Many worthwhile projects. A because the red Cross is Here and has been Here for so Many years Quot Hanson said a Many of us take for granted its establishment and forget its needs and costs of operation. Because we Are a service organization publicity cannot be Given in reference to help extended to individual cases through the service to military families program for re elected for three years were directors Maurice a. Douglass Theodore n. Goddard Hanson mrs. Clifford b. Harwood Herbert h. Leonard James w. Merunowicz and mrs. Gerald d. Nelson. Joining the directors for three year terms were s. Whitney Dickey mrs. Allan p. Robertson and Arthur e. Wickenden. Old first i Macli thanksgiving service wednesday the annual thanksgiving eve service will be held in the old first congregational Church on wednesday at 7 30 . The following churches participate in the service Bennington hebrew congregation first Baptist Church first Church of god first methodist Church second congregational Church Shaftsbury methodist Church and old first congregational Church. Rabbi Meyer Minkowich Rev. W. Earle Forman Rev. Glenn h. Payne Rev. Angus j. Macdonald Rev. Melvin r. Mcgaughey and Rev. John Ward Vandergroef will share the hour of thanksgiving. Mrs. John h. Mason and or. Richmond Page will sing a duet a make a Joyful noise unto the sofas a kiss o $ 120 �4j6 it Imp it i re i Scisci him met Filiti Unicof collections set record at the final meeting of the committee on Unicof held at the Home of miss Florence Moore it was reported that the collection for the 1965 Campaign amounted to $356.05. This amount sets a record in the Bennington area. In Bennington the program is sponsored to the United Church women. Through the generosity and response of children and the people in this area the Unicof program can not Only provide milk penicillin and school supplies in Many poverty stricken areas of the world but for american children it widens horizons and gives a special understanding and knowledge of the problems of millions of children now living in other countries the committee said. More than 250 children participated in the collection this year. The committee was composed of miss Moore chairman mrs. Bernard Miller publicity chairman representing the first methodist Church mrs. Morris Hughes second congregational mrs. Gerald Finnegan St. Peters episcopal mrs. Marjorie Hayes first Baptist mrs. Albert Ray ordered the materials needed. The committee has expressed its appreciation to the county National Bank Fairdale farms the Myca station Watn and the Banner the old first Church and the parochial schools for the cooperation Given. Myca notes the area Industrial products display at the Myca lobby to show youth and adults what takes place in area industries this week is by the pol graphic company of America inc. Many were surprised that pol graphic made More than cards when they saw the books pictures Box coverings and the Large variety of cards displayed. Displayed Are a variety of books Large pictures of the Canada Goose a steam engine and train three master sailing ships and Many types of greeting cards. This display will be in the lobby until Friday when it will be taken out to make room for another company display. The Myca building will be closed All Day thursday thanksgiving Day. Bennington Banner tuesday november 23, 1965-5 on nationwide to thursday Lori Heiner of Bennington with the famed radio City Rock ettes since August 1964, will be seen thanksgiving morning performing with the High kicking troupe in the annual Macy Parade. She will be seen sixth in line to the left of the television screen according to word received by her former instructor mrs. Cecelia Greene Callahan. Telephone co. Distributes Booklet twelve Hundred copies of the Booklet a Green Mountain citizenship Quot have been obtained by new England Telephone from the league of women voters of Vermont it was announced by mrs. Ward Phelps of Montpelier state league Preis Dent. A copy of the 108-Page Book on Vermont government is being Given to every employee of the company in the state. Asked for comment a Telephone company official made this statement a the Telephone company is using this As a Means of stimulating the interest of its employees in Good citizenship voting and knowledgeable participation in the affairs of their Community and fish Story Bournemouth England up a Fisherman Rod Pearce who had not had a nibble for several hours was about to Call it a Day when a four Pound Mullet suddenly leaped out of the sea and landed in his boat. It. Turkey59 roasting chickens a. 59 Capone .69 Walker a s Market Start it up and it turns into a Volkswagen twist the key of the Karmann Ghia and All kinds of wonderful things happen. For one thing the motor starts. Done to Lough a lot of other conventional engines might not. Especially on a miserably cold Winter morning. The reason the Ghia revs right up is because its got one of those air cooled Volkswagen engines in the Back. Drive a Ghia for a while and your Gas and Oil Bills will fall info that economical Volkswagen tradition. Tires will take you some 40,000 Miles Volkswagen style. You la get that remarkable Volkswagen traction. The easy availability of Volkswagen parts. The reasonably priced Volkswagen service. Ditto for everything else Volkswagen. But there is one thing that s a far cry from our Beetle nosed Job the Karmann Ghia s Beautiful italian designed body. So you can Start it up turn into a Little Bug and nobody will know you re undergoing a Ujj metamorphosis. Except you. 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