Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Sep 2 1966, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 2, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner Friday september 2, i9h6-7 new books new year a seniors registering at the Burr and Burton Seminary gymnasium in Manchester wednesday were flanked by stacks of new books for Issue. Other classes signed up thursday. Bus and schools in the Bennington Rutland supervisory Union open sept. 6. Ringheiser Blanchester Chet Ringheiser to Bot a i 073 or 3t9 2m3 anyone who is to be out of town Over election Day sept. 13 must apply by letter for Absentee ballots. If a citizen is in town and wishes to vote Absentee because of illness he should Call the office of town clerk Clara May Hemenway and request Absentee applications be mailed. This application must be returned no later than sept. 9 at 9 . Justices will then Call upon the voter either the following monday or tuesday for his vote. Those planning to be out of town should come to her office and vote anytime before sept. 9 at 9 . If a resident cannot come turkeys 5�.r a a 63 Boneless Rump r0as7 95c sliced Bacon it 89c walkers food Market xxi peaceful Valley . Route 7 Pownal Center it. Tender Fried Chicken Complete dinner $2.25 Chr Broi be i ten Der loin a of Tel. 823-7353 sex xxx to. Complete dinner Mon. A Fri 4 30 to 8 30 . Sat. �?sun., noon to 8 30 . Xxix pc xxx xxx it pc for the 12th season in our newly remodeler studio Cecilia g revue Callahan a Bennington school of dance upstairs Cone bldg. 439 main St. Classes in. Tap Ballet toe modern jazz acrobatics amp pantomime Cecelia Greene has produced a radio City rockette Ted Mack dancers she trains students to be dance instructors and she has travelled throughout the United states both As a performer and an instructor. Miss Greene was formerly a june Taylor dancer and is a member of the dance educators of America in new York City. Register in person 3 years amp up tues., sept. Goth 3 . To 7 30 . Thurs., sept. 8th a 3 . To 8 . Register in person these hours or Call 823-5674 before noon in during office hours he is asked to Call the town clerk for an evening appointment. Polls sept. 13 will be open from to aum. To 7 . These hours were set by selectmen so citizens working out of town might be Amble to get to the polls. Voters will be asked to state if they wish Republican or Democrat ballots As the primary election is to determine the candidates to run on their respective party tickets in november. Hunters Doe applications were scheduled to be at the town clerk s today. The office will be open Friday until 4 30 . It will reopen at 9 aum. Tuesday. The town clerk will not be available Over the weekend but it is planned to leave a Supply of Applier tons with dispatchers at the town manager s office. Town clerk Hemenway cautions Hunters to read instructions and follow them to the letter. Many who apply will lose out for a permit because they were not careful to read the directions miss Hemenway said. Do not mail them in Early As the application postmarked before sept. 15 or after sept. 22 will not be considered she warned. Town clerk offices or Deputy clerks do not Issue permits nor do they fill out application forms. This is the Hunter s responsibility miss Hemenway pointed out. There is no charge for the application but the permit must be paid for and sent to Montpelier with the application. Shaftsbury fran Stacy 442-6524 Shaftsbury was Well represented in the Western states this summer. Miss Stella Hawkins and miss Lenora Bradley have just returned from a month s trip to Washington. They made the trip West via the trans Canada Highway and returned by Way of . 2 through the Northern states. Some highlights of their trip were visits to Glacier National Park in Montana Lake Louise and Jasper National Park. They returned to Canada by Way of Sault Ste. Marie where they picked up William Gleason at Black Lake ont. Bill had been spending the month with his son Bradley and family there and his daughter and son ii Law or. And mrs. Lloyd Dunn in Toronto. Stella and Lenore said that several people noticing their Vermont License plates made it a Point to Chat with them. Most had at one time visited Vermont and had nothing but Praise Quot for our Beautiful state which made the ladies proud. Or. And mrs. Lloyd Spaulding and mrs. Isabella Blackman of Stamford Conn. Are re sting from a 15,000-mile trip which took them through 22 states and Canada. They started their seven week trip through Canada coming Back into the United states by Way of Sault Ste. Marie and then took the Northern route across the states and Down the coast of California. They called on former residents of Shaftsbury misses Ruth Douglas and Yolanda Thez in Napa Valley Calif and then toured South to Gallup . For Indian ceremonies. In route Home they stopped in Campbellsville ky., to Call on or. And mrs. Roy Dunham a brother of mrs. Spaulding. The Only Vermont car they saw on the entire trip after leaving the new York thruway was at Rocky it. Park and they were surprised and pleased to find it was another Shaftsbury resident Pamela Hoy and her Girlfriend who were also touring the West. This was a combined business and pleasure trip for the Spaulding. While enjoying the Beauty of our country Spaulding was gathering material which he will use in a thesis for his master s degree in social studies. Misses9 very special values on Sale one Day. Tomorrow Only fiber filled coloured bras Dacron Cotton a amp b cup sizes 32 38 Only. Pink Blue Maize White. In ii it Low Price Complete with Battery earphone amp carrying Case. Extra sensitive reception

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