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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - November 26, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Wilmington Dover Denise Allen to 4-8892 Green Mountain lassies met at the Home of mrs. Doris Adams. Barbara Howe presided at the meeting. Fifteen girls were present. Topics discussed were How to act in Public Good posture How to make a Raggedy Anne salad for a shut in and diapering a baby. Next meeting will be dec. 4 at Grange Hall. Refreshments were served. John Rogers returned from Putnam memorial Hospital wednesday after being confined for 18 Days As a result of fall which injured his Back. It will be necessary for him to conv Alesce at Home for a few weeks. Mrs. Charles Smith was admitted to Brattleboro Hospital thursday for observation and treatment. Baptist ladies Aid will not meet this wednesday due to the thanksgiving Holiday. The meeting has been postponed to wed. Dec. 4. Social Lodge no. 38 will hold its regular meeting tuesday at 8 . At masonic Temple. About 35 attended Mayflower chapter Oes meeting thursday evening at masonic Hall with worthy Matron Margaret Dary presiding. Initiation degree was exemplified to one candidate. Two members were taken into the chapter by affiliation. At the business meeting it was voted to donate $2 to the it. T b Assoc and $25.00 was donated to the Deerfield Valley health Center building fund. After some discussion it was voted to donate $120 to the worthy grand officers project�?$60 allocated to Oes Home in Randolph and the remainder to be divided Between the arthritis and est aral projects. An invitation was read from the balance Rock chapter of Readsboro to attend their open Golden anniversary Celebration dec. 14. A covered dish supper will proceed the occasion. It was decided to appoint a committee of three to investigate Money making project with Candy. Plans for the Christmas meeting dec. 19 were discussed. It was voted to have a pot Luck family supper before the meeting. Members Are requested to furnish a pair of hand made or commercially made mittens for a Mitten tree in lieu of a gift Exchange. The mittens will be packaged and sent to the Kurn hatt4n Home. It was noted that a representative will be present at the december meeting to answer questions on sponsoring a Rainbow girls group. Refreshments were nerved by Lina Emery Catherine Mills and Bernice Sullivan sp-4 Douglas Duncan has returned to his Home after his discharge from the army. He served for two years. He was stationed at it. Dix and Camp drum new York and was awarded the Good conduct medal. Hoosick fulls i Lith Beaumont 686-9103 Richard Comins of West Hoosick has returned to his Home from the Putnam memorial Hospital. Kitty Areson Ellen Gavagan John Helft and Stephen Ingraham with Gerald Moseley As alternate Hoosick Falls Central school quiz team will appear on the a Little red school House television program at 7 ., dec. 2, Channel 6. Cow Rilling rates firing squad in Cuba Miami Fla. Apr you May face a firing squad for killing your cow in Cuba or serve 20 years if you Butcher your pig a refugee said Friday. The exile Victorio Fernandez 26-year-old farm worker said courts in Las Villas province where food shortages Are extreme Are imposing these penalties. A permit hard to obtain is needed for slaughtering animals he said. Fernandez arrived in Miami recently in a 23-foot boat with his wife and daughter. Turkeys hens 8-14 lbs. 43< 16-22 lbs. 3 7< 22 lbs. And up 35< North Bennington re. Bennington it. Bennington Banner tuesday november 26, 1963-7 North Adams. Massachusetts a Sayles is your bargain store a Sayles must. Sell for less a no Purchase final you must be satisfied a every item unconditionally returnable a no charge. For Lay away a thousands of unadvertised items daily \ special Purchase of menus $55.00 i pants suits. 100% Wool worsted from famous a a Pacific and Quot Stevens Mills. Union made by american craftsmen. 16 Points of construction 1. 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