Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Oct 31 1963, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 31, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Explorer Cabinet is organized in Arlington Arlington a a a meeting washout last week in Arlington to organize a District explorer Cabinet for the 44 boys in explorer scouting in this area were representatives from explorer posts in fair Haven Wallingford Manchester and Arlington. Norman Williams of Post 18, fair Haven was chosen chairman. Also elected were Alton Coolidge vice chairman and Todd Morse Secretary both of Post 12, Wallingford. Representing their posts at the Cabinet meeting were Michael Nawrath and Bert Hinkley Post 33, Manchester skip Holton and Frank Hall Post 34, Arlington their advisor George Walsh Bill Lapham and Jack Young Post 18, fair Haven and their advisor Ray Little Jack Macfarlane and Dick Stewart Post 12, Wallingford their advisor James Dewitt. Ray Lovely of Manchester Green Mountain Council scout executive also attended the organizational meeting. Cabinet representatives will meet again nov. 20 in Wallingford. Their meetings Are for planned selected activities of abroad scope in which All the boys can accomplish together what they could not achieve in their separate posts. Mountain town Carlo Molter to 4-3993 Ole Larsen of new City n.j., a Friend of or. And mrs. Anders Olsen was a visitor at their Searsburg Home for several Days. The Olsen left wednesday for a Short trip to new York. We All know what the weather is like these Days. But besides being Spring like nature is actually acting that Way. Mrs. Elting Burchelle of Westfield Conn. Has harvested a second crop of raspberries from her Garden. On a Short country ride we saw a Rose Bush in full Bloom in a front Yard. And Here on our own Mountain the Pussy Willows Are breaking into Bud before the old leaves have fallen off. Vincent Nesci and son David spent the weekend at their ski Cabin in Searsburg. North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 Bennington Banner thursday october 31, 1963-7 some of us prefer to keep birthdays a secret but there comes a time when a Community can take Pride in marking milestones Tor some of its Long time inhabitants. For this reason we think it should be no secret that on nov. I mrs. Cora m. Welling will be celebrating her 96th birthday at her Home on main Street. Before her health became a Little frail mrs. Welling was for Many years a most interested and helpful citizen in our midst and her Many Good deeds and kindnesses in the Community Are especially remembered. Rev. Charles j. Parsley of the congregational Church was in Killington last Friday and saturday where he took part in a workshop on civil rights arranged by the Vermont congregational conference. Merritt Hewitt sr., who has been a patient at Putnam memorial Hospital and a Bennington nursing Home for More than a year has been transferred to the Hoosick Falls health Center and will of course Welcome visits from his Many old friends in the area. Or. And mrs. Webb Phillips formerly of Pine Bluff ark., who have been in town for several weeks at the Home of his father Edward g. Phillips left last weekend for Louisville ky., where they will visit mrs. Phillips sister. Shaftsbury fran Stacy 442-6524 fifteen area firemen Are enrolled in the Vermont state fire training program now being held Here. Under the direction of state instructor Charles Becker the men Are being taught the Correct use of extinguishers and appliances protective breathing apparatus Hose and ladders fire pumps and equipment and about Salvage and fire prevention. In addition to classroom instruction and discussion movies on the various subjects Are shown As Well As actual practice the equipment. This is a 15 week course meetings being held one night each week three hours per session. They have marked the completion of the sixth week of train ing. The class is comprised of nine firemen from Shaftsbury three from Bennington Rural two from North Bennington and one from Arlington. Mothers you May dispose of your children a outgrown boots shoes skates skiis and heavy outer clothing by donating them to the Shaftsbury school association for its Sale saturday. This will also be an excellent Opportunity for you to get these items in the Correct size for a nominal sum. Clothing and other items May be left at the Home or mrs. Audrey Jones on Cleveland ave. Anytime this week and baked goods for the food Sale should be at the school where the Sale will be held by i . Saturday. Dorset Marchen Skinner a 867-4490 Jawor Lesof potion Leat pm to Favant we a own a or Mac to in i in Iway Lulu i Ina Aal of Vaasa a tartar unit crag rpm Field House Troy . Sun., nov. 3 3 00 . Prices $1.50-2.00-2.50-3.00 few Choice at $3.50 Box office As 4-0900 open Mon thru sat 9 -9pm Sun. 12n-9pm mrs. Dana Hart and her daughter Edna of p Street flew on monday from Albany . To Florida where they will visit mrs. Harts son and family or. And mrs. Christopher Morris and their year old son Edward Christopher. They left Dorset at 8 ., being driven to Albany by James Lee a in time to catch a plane which Fegan their trip that reached its destination by 3 of clock in the afternoon giving them plenty of time to join Christopher Morris birthday celebrations in the evening. Off in another direction on monday were or. And mrs. Eugene Bond who will be attending the Boston antique show this week As Well As visiting mrs. Bonds Mother in Providence . Or. And mrs. Ernest Mills waved Goodby to Dorset until some time after Christmas. Monday they set off for new York to catch the Queen Elizabeth sailing for England wednesday where they plan to visit mrs. Mills sister. A later on Quot mrs. Mills said British by they May a try Spain and Majorca before Foi the Mills both born in England this will be a trip Home. But More accustomed now to americans heating methods they Are prepared warm clothes to combat England s drafter systems. Last weeks rummage Sale held by the Dorset women a Fellowship and directed by mrs. Ernest Edgerton has proved to be the most financially successful one in recent years. It was Well attended and the key attractions the wide selection of menus clothing and children a toys sold quickly to the interested buyers. The five cent table Drew customers As Honey does bees. Treasures were discovered that ranged from children s nod Winter underwear to delicate pure silk scarfs. But the find of them All was a handmade Light weight flannel receiving Blanket Feather stitched in Green. It was bought and now there is a new baby in Dorset that will spend a cozy Winter in it. Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont a 686-9103 Harte theatre Bennington it. Phone 2-4990 eve. 8 80 amp 8 53 Sun. Mat. 2 . Now showing Euzabeth / Richard Taylor i Burton Louis Jourdan Elsa Martinell Margaret Rutherford Mamie Smith Rod Taylor Ano _ Orson the v i is pm Miaw ii a it Mcm a i Quot strive in la 1 of i Heil i in to Houth Hoosick min Yonaka starts Friday Randolph Scott a a John Ericson Ciao Tot or the Hoosick Falls eagles auxiliary recently initiated the following into membership mrs. Eleanor Akin mrs. Agnes Gorman mrs. Joan Hoffman mrs. Mary Martin and mrs. Margaret of Dell. Members were requested at their meeting to bring canned food to the next meeting for a donation to the health Center. The women assisted the men of the aerie serving a dinner saturday night for the Benefit of the town of Hoosick Rescue squad and provided refreshments for the Midnight Buffet. President mrs. Francis Guber accepted a certificate for the donation of the organization to the 1962 muscular dystrophy in behalf of mrs. Mary Brenenstuhl past president. Members of boy scout troop 63 will conduct a paper drive saturday starting at to Persons newspapers to donate Are asked to Call Gerald Mclnerney 686-5242. At the regular meeting of the Hoosick Falls Lodge of elks Joseph Hayden chairman for the annual new years party announced that arrangements have been made to hold the party at the old Byars House in North Hoosick which will be reserved exclusively for the affair. A delegation of the organization attended the District Deputy visitation at the Troy Lodge yesterday afternoon. The local Lodge will be Host for the District Deputy visitation on nov. 12 when a dinner will be served by the auxiliary prior to the meeting. Delegations from sister lodges of the District will attend and a class of candidates Hoosick Ada m. Breer 686-7275 mrs. Edward gooder Mote and mrs. Forrest Brimmer of Petersburg spent tuesday in Ray Merton mrs. Charlesey Cle Skymer. Mrs. Gooder Mote mrs. James Frost and mrs. John Jones accompanied mrs. Lucinda Barber of Petersburg to visit mrs. Philip Munday and Mother mrs. Mary Springstead in Schenectady. Miss Alice Brown of Elizabethtown spent the weekend and or. And mrs. Marshall gooder Mote were sunday dinner guests at the gooder Mote Home. Will be initiated in the local club. Or. And mrs. Raymond Cuddihy of John Street were guests of Honor at a Surprise Farewell party saturday night Given by friends at the elks club in Hoosick Falls. About too persons attended the affair at which dancing was enjoyed and refreshments served. Or and mrs. William Hastings made the presentation of a purse from the group. Or. And mrs. Cuddihy and their four daughters will leave in the near future to make their Home in Utica . Where has accepted a position Walloomsac Bertha Hoag 686-7282 Donnie Hall celebrated his 9th birthday oct. 26 a party. His grandmother mrs. Frank Kostenblatt of North Hoosick was an honoured guest. Or. And mrs. William Brooks and children of Boston were weekend guests of or. And mrs. Burton Luke. Teresa Sullivan has Chicken pox. Or. And mrs. William Luke and Billy or. Visited their Grandfather Edward Sullivan at the Nightingale nursing Home in Troy sunday. Mrs. Burton Luke accompanied by mrs. George Mattson and mrs. Charles Holden visited their father Frank Hoyt a patient at the a Hospital in Albany. Tracey Jones was taken to Putnam memorial Hospital sunday. He has pneumonia. Miss Kay Carelli student at the Columbia county memorial Hospital Hudson spent the weekend her parents or. And mrs. John Reilly Boyntonville. Several from this Vicinity attended the annual meeting and supper of the Independent Coop. Association in Salem oct. 29. East Arlington Sunderland Robert Shuffleton -375-6637 or. Anti ifs. Andrew Paffen p. In of hit Dorf of Hokett town n.j., were in town for the weekend. They visited mrs. Mary Hall at sour diff nursing Home in Bennington and relatives in Arlington and Sunderland. 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