Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Oct 30 1963, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 30, 1963, Bennington, Vermont The Pownal Manchester Home dem session the fall meeting of the Bennington county Home demonstration Council will be held this year on oct. 31 at the methodist Church in Pownal. Hostess clubs Are Pownal Center Carpenter Hill Hoosac Valley of South Pownal and roaring Branch and Green Mountain of Bennington. Registration will take place at to followed by a miscellaneous Sale. Money raised goes into the Council fund. Lunch will be served at noon with the hostesses furnishing Coffee dessert and hot Rolls. Members attending from other groups Are asked to bring a covered dish or a salad. Mrs. Edward Sweet of Bennington is serving As chairman and mrs Marion Harris will be in charge of programming. A report on the Vera Langlais 823-7716 state meeting will be a Ven As Well As demonstrations in various categories. Mrs. Helga Metz of Peru who will be the guest speaker will show movies and slides of Luigi a Little italian boy being sponsored by the Home demonstration groups. Through funds donated by the groups Luigi is provided with food clothing medical assistance educational fees and special treats for birthdays and Christmas. He is now an apprentice in a tailoring school with one More year of study to Complete. Upon graduation the groups plan to furnish him with the necessary tailoring equipment for his Trade. Mrs. Jennie Fowler is president of the Pownal Center Carpenter Hill group and mrs. Wilfred Labonte oath Hoo Bennington Banner wednesday october 30, 1963-9 Federated sportsmen to meet in Chester nothing a so relaxing As Money in the Bank. That s especially True if your savings Are earning daily dividends in the Vermont Bank and Trust co. A Umi Nijiu Mew Mimi mum hmm Hattie my a re Tiano Man Ctm a Hows fills Coutu fan in the no Campit Surv Kcf Sac Valley group in South Pownal. Scoutmaster Rolland Roy of boy scout troop 47 has announced that a Board of review will be held during tonight a meeting which starts at 7 in the town Hall. Scouts who now have Tenderfoot status will be examined for advancement to the rank of second class scout. David Sarkis of North Pownal joined the local troop last week and it is expected that More boys will be joining the group tonight. Pownal residents wishing to attend the testimonial dinner for James b. Dash Gibney being held nov. I at the it. Anthony country club May Contact Marcel Langlais. Among guests planning to attend Are . Sen. Winston l. Prouty . Rep. Robert t. Stafford it. Gov. Ralph a. Foote and former gov. F. Ray Keyser or. The evening will be strictly a social affair with no political speech making on the Agenda. The meeting of the Wesleyan class of the methodist Church originally scheduled for nov. 8 has been changed to saturday nov. 2, at the Home of or. And mrs. Warren Mason starting at 8 . Mrs. Ernest Welch has returned to her Home in North Pownal from the Putnam memorial Hospital where she has been a patient for several Days for treatment and observation. Ronald Smith was elected president and Kyle Johnson named Secretary treasurer at the organizational meeting sunday afternoon of a new group at the first congregational Church the Junior High Pilgrim Fellowship. Or. And mrs. Fred Colclough have closed the worthy inn until the beginning of the ski season. Joseph Lopiccolo executive director of the Bennington county United counselling service was guest speaker monday night at the rotary club. He was introduced by Howard Manley. The rotary will meet monday nights at the Quality restaurant until the worthy inn re opens. Pupils of the mount Laurel school and their teacher mrs. Evelyn Beattie will go to Springfield Friday immediately after classes to receive instruction in Folk and Square dancing and musical games designed for children in special schools. Their instructor will be miss a Dis Stevens of Chester who did her practice teaching in Manchester last year. She is now student teaching at Brookside school in Springfield As part of her senior year at Castleton state College. Or. And mrs. W. Eugene Mac lean have left their Home in the Village for an extended tour which will bring them ultimate Nancy Otis 3 62-1044 by to their destination Pompano Beach Fla. Mrs. Ethel Robbins housekeeper at the Equinox House has gone to her Home in Hancock Maine before spending the Winter in Florida. Others who have closed their Homes Here for the season and departed for Florida Are mrs. . Noah who went to Ormond Beach and or. And mrs. Carl Gaarn and daughter Shirley who have gone to Vero Beach. Potentials inc. Welcomed members of the Community at an open House in its new offices on main Street Friday from 7-9. Partners Thomas Martin and George Breen moved from their first location on the Corner of us 7 and rates. 11-30 last March Manchester a a program for developing fish and game department acquired Access areas to state Waters and new impoundments in Bennington Windham and Windsor counties will be discussed nov. 6 when the Southern Vermont federation of sportsmen meets in Chester. Leslie Snow of Brattleboro will preside at the 8 . Program at Tyve legion Hall. Hosts will be members of the Chester Rod and gun club. Also to be reviewed by the sportsmen is the status of a promised radio system for wardens and development of the Winhall station recreational area. Fire department Frankfort by. Vap a As a precaution against fire the Kentucky Pioneer built the Chimney of his log Cabin so that if it caught fire he could pull out a log and collapse the burning Chimney. Fashions for the family one Stop shopping Low prices easy terms Coats exciting assortment of furred and untrimmed Coats 95 $ to 59 95 ladies suburban l Coats 11 95 up fur Coats at Down to Earth prices starting at $125 of . Dresses see our Large selection for a fashionable Winter. Sizes 7 to 15 to to 20 14% to 26%. A $ to 27 95 no charge for credit car Coats Only sri up boys amp girls girls girls Coats Sno Winter starting i t suits jackets $895 Low $ 7 95 As $995 free alterations mens suburban Coats priced $ from 22 50 up Coats Plain or zip out for Winter weather ahead 4250$55�?o shoes for the family pole Parrot for children trim Trei for ladies Rand open Friday til 9 suits for that Well pressed Man so be e of to 55 mens heavy Hunting jackets$l49i Hunting pants $16 for Man Many other items to select from budget terms to fit your budget pay weekly or monthly nothing spooky about our values get the advertised in our Irwi Riu a Page direct mail to pm of plus you did not receive yours ask for one in our store savings Low prices plus Exira top value Stamps Supra \ v duper i w map kit prices in effect thru nov. 2nd. Chuck coast a Chuck Steak 45 rolled i ground a a a White Chuck i Chuck i Bacon roast 69 5 red amp White reef Chicken chopped sirloin Ham. Swiss Steak Turkey Frozen Inners 39 . Be. I potatoes re sure potatoes Are in your diet they re Rasic. So Good so Many ways from Maine pfc in the Delicatessen department a Blued Chicks 2 a-7 a lbs. Precooked weight double top value Stamps every wednesday wonderful eating Quick and easy to serve Yoinne Rolfs free too Bonus Stamps with Purchase of $5 or More Rei a White Ani Supe re u per stores Coupon void after november 2-1. 5 limit one Coupon to a customer sex cent on Mai i Hever a Jas. It it a co a is or Dairy products = a package Boodoo of valuable Coli it it tar to la a a it la a Ruth Lii a 7ltollll�llm.l.l>, free200ss? Stamps with Purchase of Jio or More if i i a who i i \ in or Phr dip i storks a i Coupon void after november 2nd. S limit one Coupon to a customer 530 1 to Ipi on Mali Hever Acks l of acct ii or Dairy Pilod act s la a we Reserve the right to limit quantities a just of main Streit on depot Street Bennington Fienberg a 447 main St. Bennington. It. Dial 2-2451

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