Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Sep 6 1966, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 6, 1966, Bennington, Vermont And Altare Dei awards to be presented sunday Bennington Banner tuesday september 6, 1966-7 Shaftsbury a the awarding of the and Altare Dei medals successfully earned by boy scouts John Cole and Timothy Wansbury of troop 331 Here will take place during the 8 . Mass sept. La at St. John the Baptist Church in North Bennington. The two scouts together with their parents or. And mrs. Charles Cole and or. And mrs. Edward Wansbury will be called to the Sanctuary where the Rev. Walter f. Miller pastor will bless the medals and present them to the mothers to pin on their sons uniforms. The and Altare Dei award is authorized by the respective Catholic Bishops in the United states to be Given to Catholic boy scouts. In this state the award to these boys was authorized by the most Rev. Rob Emma Bailey Emma Bailey auctioneer at Benefit Manchester a author and lady auctioneer Emma Bailey of Brattleboro will hold an auction at the Pearl s. Buck foundation Benefit dance at the Equinox House Here thursday night. Mrs. Bailey wrote the Book Quot sold to the lady in the Green miss Buck and the staff of the foundation will be present for the occasion which is to Benefit amerasian children of american servicemen. All proceeds from the dance and auction will go to the foundation a tax exempt organization. The following will be auctioned during intermission at the dance a chopping Block donated by j. K. Adams a fishing trip for two on Lake Champlain by private amphibian aircraft piloted by Host George Breen an imported coordinated Slack and sweater set from the Bromley shop an antique pin Given by or. And mrs. Robert Brewster a Pitcher from Egidio a Antiques and a seasons Golf privileges for two offered by the Equinox Golf course. Also a carving donated by Tom Fitzsimons two Cortina sweaters from four seasons sport shop an autographed copy of a Walter hard Book donated by mrs. Hard a porcelain Hunting Pitcher from the House of Litz a porcelain breakfast set Given by ice Pond farm a Mirror and comb set donated by Arthur James auction gallery a Rose Pitcher from Ann Lippa Antiques a Wall rack made at Manchester moulding a Large dough Board Given by Manchester woodcraft and a slate top Coffee table donated by mrs. Thomas Martin and mrs. George Breen. Also a Lawrence Mccoy painting Quot Equa nok a a milk Glass dish from Ann Lippa Antiques dinner for two at la Auberge a sculpture Given by Samuel Ogden an Orvis fishing Rod a Gene Pelham painting donated by the artist Reindeer rugs fro South Wicks and both a Wall Mirror and a painting Quot White houses in autumn Quot by artist Virginia Webb. Ert f. Joyce Bishop of Burlington after they completed certain religious requirements established by the Catholic scouting committee. This is the first time that such an award has been earned by scouts in Shaftsbury a troop and the first time for communicants of St. Johns Church. Members of troop 331 in uniform the scoutmaster assistant scoutmaster committeemen and friends of the boys Are invited to attend the service. Grange news Taconic Grange at the aug. 25 meeting of to conic Grange the charter was draped in memory of the late mrs. Ada Allen. It was announce. De that the membership now numbers 71. Mrs. Effie Mattison was reported ill at that time. The next regular meeting will be sept. 8 with the Landon girls and mrs. Effie Madison in charge of refreshments. Those wishing to donate articles for the Grange social oct. 15 Are asked to leave them with mrs. Theresa Wood master or mrs. Eunice Myers lecturer. Also a plea has been issued for card tables of anyone has a spare one they would care to give the Grange. Batten kill Grange Batten kill Grange held annual Booster night aug. 31 with a Large attendance. Guests were present from it. Equinox Grange which included mrs. Viola Wilcox Junior Grange superintendent also guests from Hoosick and South Cambridge . The program opened with a Welcome from master Roy Oro fut and lecturer Clarence Decker or. The Booster night message from National master her Shel Newsom was read by Secretary mrs. Belle Decker. Community singing followed with mrs. George Wright pianist. Reports of the years accomplishments were Given by mrs. Viola Cooledge Home economics mrs. George Wright youth mrs. Roy Croft it Grange in general mrs. Richard King Sunshine baskets and Junior Grange Jesse Harrington Community Progress. Mrs. Curnel Vaughn offered Quot bits of humor Quot and mrs. Wright accordion selections. A humorous monologue that was a Winner in new York state was presented by mrs. Almond Hewitt of Hoosick Grange who is now eligible to enter the National contest in Minnesota in november. Jerome Viault of Orwell was presented a 25-year certificate by mrs. Viola Wilcox. Viault was escorted to the altar by or. And mrs. Decker and mrs. Decker presented him with a 25-year Button on behalf of Batten kill Grange. A tableau depicted Grange values and what the Grange Story tells. The Grange the oldest fraternal farm organization was organized in 1867 and is celebrating its 100th anniversary in Syracuse in nov. 1967. Those taking part in tableau were Liberty mrs. Mabel Crofut founder of the Grange Oliver Hudson Kelly and his wife Temperance or. And mrs. George Cooledge Junior Grange Matron mrs. Richard King Junior members Debbie King and Steven Matteson subordinate Grange Roy Crofut Pomona Grange Clarence Decker or. State Grange Jesse Harrington. Quot god bless America Quot was Sung during the tableau by All participants. A display of Garden vegetables Canning and handcraft was on exhibit with judging by mrs. Walter Finney mrs. Ann Nolan and mrs. Robert Jones Harry Hayden and a Junior 4-h Leader. Ribbons were awarded. A tour of the holy Cross novitiate will leave the old Bennington Church at 1 30 . Sept. La and anyone interested is Welcome to attend. The next meeting will be an election of officers sept. 7, at 8 . Refreshments will be served by or. And mrs. Clarence Decker. Arlington East Arlington Helene Thompson 375-2325 Enterprise society of East Arlington Federated Church will hold a family night wednesday starting with a covered dish supper at 5 30 in Bailey Hall. Rolls and Coffee will be provided by the hospitality committee mrs. Mary Best chairman. Miss Elizabeth Johnston program chairman has prepared special film strips for the evenings entertainment. Starting sept. 6 the Arlington Community swimming Pool will be open from 3 to 5 . Weekdays and i to 5 ., weekends weather permitting. Calendar tuesday �?6 30 ., american legion Post 69 and auxiliary will hold a supper and joint installation of officers at the legion rooms 8 ., democratic and Republican caucuses at Community House. Wednesday a 5 30 ., family night covered dish supper at Bailey Hall 8 ., Batten kill Grange meets at Grange Hall West Arlington. Thursday a 2-5 ., Well baby clinic at Community House. Anyone in need of transportation Call 375-6616 before noon thursday. Friday a 8 ., red it. Lodge 63 meets at masonic Temple. Saturday a 8 ., Bingo at the Grange Hall West Arlington. North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 the North Bennington elementary school will be in session one half Day Only wednesday the first Day of school. Do you want Bennington county Black topped or do you want common sensible improvement of our highways do you want to inflict serious damage deterioration and even bankruptcy upon a business segment that accounts for about 25% of Bennington county income and do you want to help pay for another expressway within 35 Miles of interstate 91 so that traffic to Rutland Burlington and Canada can be shunted around Bennington areas attractions do you want much of Bennington county a Best Forest land butchered and even More Forest land made inaccessible for tree harvesting Hunting camping vacationing boating Etc and do you want to disrupt Bennington county a Best water resource area an area that must soon be tapped if this county is to continue its Normal growth do you want Vermont to Bond for 35 to 50 million dollars for an expressway that May be needed in 1990 a if the Highway dept computer is capable of forecasting 20 years in the future. And Are you Gullible enough to believe that Uncle Sam will eventually pick up the Tab for a Highway project that has not had any Federal approval or commitment a when the Federal govt is having trouble Anding funds to Complete presently committed interstate routes Bennington county voters you now have an Opportunity to protect your Homes your friends your Scenic and historic attractions your land your water resources your forests and sports areas _ vote in september a primary for adequate Safe. Common sense improvement of the present . Route 7 i Anes on so Vermont Hoff forces our a i a. To pm the we with Roll governor urn ver to the. Fish of the candidate cop Santoria Richards Quot Elk by Calls to mind visit last Satur n. And gov. Hots recent Htun ill tempered of Rob a to ing raised q general As real let Ftp eng construction of Sembly in v0_?Way to replace a four Lane my y Pownal the present . To the governor s seems to lamp y etude once and controversy la press Tor All. 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Pay Arlo or George h. Spargo. Old Bennington. U. S. 7 associates a non profit organization vote for Snelling As Republican candidate for governor Why not join us if you agree with our program for a sound Safe and sensible Imp o Vesej , improvement of present u. S. Route 7? donations May be made try i / a John Griffin

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