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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 18, 1963, Bennington, Vermont The Haugstad. I Mark 9 series 14-g-73 m u Ria Victor Mew Vista color to a 265 Square Inch Glare proof picture a All Wood danish modern compact Consoletti a 24,000-Volt factory adjusted Chassis a super powerful Quot new Vista Quot tuner a two keyed color controls make tuning easy Dave a to 308 Moin St. Dial 442-2320 Shaftsbury youths plan to further their education Shaftsbury a several of the Shaftsbury Young people who graduated from North Bennington High school in june Are planning to continue their education. Some have already left for their chosen places of learning and others will be leaving soon. Donna Peters daughter of or. And mrs. Francis Peters and Ralph Lindsey son of or. And mrs. Ralph Lindsey Are attending St. Joseph business College in Bennington. Barbara Browe the fashion for fall daughter of or. And mrs. Lawrence Browe sr., has enrolled in the school of nursing at Putnam memorial Hospital Roberta Kline daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Kline is attending state teachers College in Castleton and Elizabeth James daughter of or. And mrs. John James jr., is at Trinity College in Burlington. Gilbert and Gale Harrington twin sons of or. And mrs. Gerald Harrington have parted ways for the first time in their education. Gilbert has chosen Vermont technical College at Randolph while Gale will be attending Norwich University. Arthur Whitman son of or. And mrs. Bernard Whitman will also be attending Vermont technical College at Randolph. Ronald Gratz son of or. And mrs. Ernest Gratz is enrolled at . At Troy n. Y., Richard Haynes son of or. And mrs. Spencer Haynes Springfield College Springfield mass. And Philip Elwell son of mrs. Rudolph Elwell sr., will be a student at the University of new York agricultural Branch at Alfred . Brent Peacock son of or. And mrs. George Peacock is taking a Post graduate course at Burr and Burton Seminary at Manchester. Saddle dub elects White Creek . A the Ridge riders Saddle club held its annual meeting at the club grounds sept. 16. The meeting was to elect officers for the 19g3-g4 year. Albert Gulley was elected president and Ralph Hunt vice president. Maurice Andrew was re elected Secretary and Dorothy Bouplon re elected treasurer. Marilyn Robinson and Alice Gulley were elected to the Board of directors to serve with the president vice president and past president Stephen Bouplon. The committees for the coming year will be announced by president Gulley at the next meeting oct. 21. he Coupon Clove Bloom j clip Coupon Madkour s Central Market mrs. Mary Ambrose Mother of mrs. Roland Borkman left to take residence in the Lorretta rest Home in Rutland. Or. And mrs. Borkman accompanied mrs. Ambrose to Rutland and visited their daughter Janet at Castleton on their return Home. Brief pays off see and hear the a Ned series on big color to private dump in Manchester is operated by Arrie Squires shown above with her rat catching dog. Ted her immaculate office building and eur ally clean pickup truck. Wilmington Dover Denise Allen to 4-8892 Donald and Kenneth Faufaw sons of or. And mrs. Donald Faufaw have returned to Randolph technical College after spending the weekend with their parents. Donald is studying Highway engineering and Kenneth is studying mechanical drawing. The Wilmington school soccer team travels to North Bennington tuesday for its first game of the season. The first Home soccer game will be held at bakery a Field thursday at 4 . With Arlington. The first Home Field hockey game is scheduled for wednesday oct. 2, at bakery a Field with North Bennington. Wednesday Victory Grange will meet at 8 . At Grange Hall. The program is designated Booster night. Cologne $2.00 and $3.00 new Cologne Spray Mist $1.75 and $2.50 perfume purse Flao Onette $3.00 bubbling Bath Oil $2.00 it a perfumed dusting powder $2.50 skin perfume Sachet $2.00 prices plus tax Carroll drug Bennington it. 8�?Bennington Banner wednesday september 18, 1963 Shaftsbury a the pro Sand cons of the value of a a a briefs have been argued Many times but occasionally a correspondent is rewarded for the time spent collecting these personal news items As was my experience recently. A Brief which appeared a few weeks ago about or. And mrs. Dennis Mccarthy of the Bronx spending their vacation Here renovating their recently purchased Home was read by a school mate of Mccarthy a in Bennington. The two men had not seen each other in Many years but alter Reading the Brief Harry Cordes called on the Mccarthy. An old Friendship was renewed and both Are looking Forward to More frequent visits in the future. R quires dump frn the sunday to 12 a a we Dill sea 7 Sio of ease Chii i in a mais c n by Nancy Otis hates a a sneaky new yorkers Carrie Squires the Dorset dump mistress cheery9 attractive a particular Manchester a if Success can be attributed to hard work there a a woman Here who a headed for the top of the ladder. She a mrs. Carrie Squires who keeps the neatest private dump this Side of the Dorset line. Directing the operation from a shipshape office right at the site Carrie Squires says she a loves her Job a you get to meet lots of so far the Only ones she can to abide Are a the new yorkers in their big Black cars who try to sneak in a and out a without paying the fee. Carrie recalls the Day when her husband de had to Chase one woman Clear into town before he got the Quarter. Even then it was a struggle. A the idea a protested the yorker a of having to pay to get rid of your rubbish a Carrie Squires is a Pink cheeked tanned Little woman with Bright Blue eyes. You a half expect to hear her speak with a Cockney accent but she Sall Vermont. She awaits her customers every sunday morning and All Day wednesday in her a uniform of the Day a a starched apron Over a pretty print dress. On off Days she dons the same and Heads in her Blue truck for the Home of James b. Campbell Manchester attorney where she a been a helping out for nearly 20 years. While she sat the dump carriers capable hands Are Busy every minute. She ties newspapers to go to Manchester molding and magazines for the salvation army. She nurtures House plants on her windowsills and hitches up a Posy Beans on runners outside her door. Organdy curtains Grace the office windows a red checked cloth her table and a Welcome mat is at the door. Here and there she a planted perennials in discarded Wash tubs and stove drawers. And on the Wall Over this cozy place of business hangs her husbands motto a god made Earth and rested god made Many and rested then god made woman and since then no one has keeping mrs. Squires company is Ted the rat chasing dog who needs Only a word of warning to go sniffing off n frantic circles after vermin. And if Teddy Isnit enough All she has to do is go Down the Road to her Home where the family keeps a is Hep of Collie Spitz ancestry two horses four Milch cows five heifers and a Black Angus Bull one Donkey six cats seven Guinea hens three geese and assorted ducks. A a we be also got two old hens and a rooster a she chuckles a but they re just also residing under carriers capable Wing is their grandson Tommy Ouellette eighth grader at the Manchester school. Carrie Squires a South Dorset girl was one of seven Stan cards. She and de who works for the Swezey lumber company rented a Large part of their 38 acres to the town several years ago for a dump. Free Access by patrons unfortunately made things difficult so five years ago the Squi Reses took it Over. This Way they could control shooting and burning and could make their own regulations. Last Winter however some trigger Happy kid shot carriers office window full of holes. The lands been posted Ever since. A i try to stay Here whenever the dump is open a she says a but this Winter we re going to close on wednesdays at six. It gets dark so Early. That a when people try to get out without she also stays at her Post except in coldest weather to prevent people from dumping in any old place. One night she came Home to find a Load of trash on the doorsteps of her own cottage Down the Road a piece from the dump itself. A folks Are More Apt to cooperate if in a Here at the office a she says with a twinkle. But even so de has to come to her Rescue sometimes when dumpers heave their rubbish in Unac oried spots. A the told one w an shed have to pick All her scuff up a a laughs Carrie. A and she something else that tickles her fancy is the number of men who accidentally lock their keys in the trunk or toss them Willy Nilly along with the rubbish. The Squires biggest customer is the Equinox House another is David Baker who does collections in Dorset. A they have their own keys to the Gate a explains Carrie. A you know a she added a people think we re making a pile of Money Here. A our old Bulldozer kept breaking Down so we just bought a new one a $7000. That a a lot of the Squires Arentt alarmed Over animal life that frequents the dump. In fact there does no to seem to be too much. A we get an awful lots of crows a Carrie says. A even my mothers pet pigeons Fly Over sometimes from South one might wonder what a Busy lady like Carrie does in her a a spare time. A Well i have two grown daughters and six grandchildren a she explains a and on your Way out take a look at my Carrie Squires keeps a Host of exotic plants in a the fireside a her greenhouse which is warmed by a pot bellied stove until late october. Then she moves her treasures including an unusual variety of cacti into her cellar for the Winter months. A National Magazine not Long ago ran an article entitled a you meet the nicest folks at the dump extolling the lasting friendships made during the weekly disposal of trash. The publication could not help but strike a responsive chord in the hearts of Manchester a dumpers. For the excursion out the a a Crossroads to the dump of a sunday morning May bring Forth Many Small Joys a a Chat with an old or new Friend a glimpse of a Deer or most assuredly a cheery smile from the Jolly proprietress Carrie Squires. Ridge riders East Arlington Sunderland gymkhana held Robert shuffle ton 3736637 at White Creek White Creek . A the Ridge riders Saddle club had a very successful fall gymkhana riders came from Whitehall fort Ann Wallingford Mechanicville and various other towns to spend the Day. There were twelve events and the winners of each were presented ribbons and Money prizes. The winners in the twelve classes were pie eating Gary Saunders Curt Leroy or. And George Edmonds or. Soda race Gary Saunders again came in first with Tommy Saunders and Edward Gulley finishing second and third. All the other events were open. The winners in the musical chairs were Wayne Bouplon Harry Floud and Bud Gulley. Wayne Bouplon placed first again in the obstacle race with Bud Gulley and Tom Mcbride in second and third places. Maurice Andrew Gary Bouplon and Tom Mcbride were victors in the Bloomer race and Robert Ruane Donald English and Gary Bouplon placed in the jumping event. Wayne Bouplon came in first in both the stake race and the Cloverleaf barrel race. Other winners in the stake race were buddy Lane and Bobby Harrington and in the barrels Bud Gulley and Daniel Herrler. Two events were doubles and the winners were Maurice Andrew and Bob Harrington Wayne and Gary Bouplon Bud Gulley and Don English in the Pony express Robert Harrington and Bud Gulley Gary and Wayne Bouplon and Tom Mcbride and David Saunders in the Izzy dizzy race. The winners in the Flag race were Robert Harrington Harry Floud and Albert Gulley. Patricia Osburn placed third in the water race and was the Only girl who won any ribbons during the Day events. Donald English and Tom Mcbride were first and second place winners in this event. Mountain towns Carlo Wolfer Tel. To 4-399s this is Fern picking time and with their loads of Fern the pickers bring out of the Woods stories of adventure. One was Bent Over engrossed in gathering Fern when he heard branches crackling. Believing it to be his partner he called out a what Are you doing breaking but when he got no answer he straightened and came face to face with a big Black Bear. Each took off in the opposite direction. Another picker piled some of his Bunches on top of a dead tree stump and went on picking. He returned just in time to see a Beaver make off with a couple of Bunches. He then covered the Fern with his coat and the beavers left them alone. Or. And mrs. Ralph Leyrer new owners of the Christmas tree inn and Cabins in Woodford left for their Home in Bright Waters la. Monday. The Leyers operated the business for about a month assisted by their son Ralph or. Leyrer who is in Republic aviation and mrs. Leyrer a nurse expect to retire from their profession in May when they plan to return to Woodford to run their business the year round. Their son Ralph will join them after completing his last year at Syracuse University. The Leyers have three other children Joan a nurse at Mary Hitchcock Hospital in Hanover ., Susie 13, and Deborah 5. Or. And mrs. Maynard Grout have received word from Idaho Falls Idaho of the birth of a grandchild on sept. 15. A daughter was born on that Day to or. And mrs. Robert Yost. Mrs. Yost is the former miss Deronda Grout. Or. And mrs. Raymond Clark and family of Spofford,. Were in town sunday visiting their parents or. And mrs. Miner c. Clark and or. And mrs. James Edgerton. Mrs. Bertha Bromley is a patient at Putnam memorial Hospital. Mrs. William Webb who fell and broke her hip thursday was taken by ambulance to Putnam memorial Hospital in Bennington. The hip has been pinned and her condition is reported As satisfactory. Or. And mrs. Oliver Harvey and daughter of North Adams mass. Were Here sunday calling on William Safford. Miss Marilyn Dunlap of Albany . Joined her parents or. And mrs. Clyde Dunlap of Sunderland Hill Road and they spent the weekend at their Horton a Lake Camp. Mrs. Liza Frost of Bennington spent the weekend with her sister in Law mrs. Harriett Harwood of Sunderland Hill Road. G. A. Warner has received word from his son Oliver of Gardner mass., that his wife is seriously ill at the Gardner Hospital. Robert per sell of Egypt mass., called on or. And mrs. Robert Shuffleton thursday. His wife is the former Sally Shuffleton who was born in Arlington daughter of or. And mrs. Phillips Shuffleton. Businesswomen meet saturday at Manchester Manchester business and professional women from All Over Vermont will converge on Manchester saturday for a fall get together and luncheon at the Equinox House. Mrs. Ethel Bennett is chairman of the affair. Welcoming the group at 1030 . Will be mrs. Ethel Wells president of the Manchester Bow. State program chairmen will then carry on workshops although these will differ from those of other years. Special entertainment will follow the luncheon. State officers who will attend Are miss Alice Anderson of St. Johnsbury president mrs. Reitha Mcgaughan of Burlington 1st vice president mrs. Mary Winslow of Manchester 2nd vice president mrs. Marilyn h. Bixby of Burlington recording Secretary mrs. of St. Johnsbury corresponding Secretary and mrs. Matalena Robinson of Windsor treasurer. Or. And mrs. Norman o. Mat Tison were in Hoosick Falls . Monday on business. Or. And mrs. James Mcguire of West Pawlet were guests recently of or. And mrs. Normano. Mattison. Of the Arlington fire co. Was it i called monday to help extinguish it a Brush fire East of the Bessell farm. The Power company was stringing wires cutting and Burn y ing Brush along the line and a it patently the fire got out of control. The Blaze was reported out. But not for some time. The rain tuesday helped wet Down the it. Tinder Bow of Tamarack Pines a and Brush. A or. And mrs. Hoffman Beagle n of Manhasset l.i., were week-7 end guests of or. Beagles Par ends or. And mrs. E. J. Beagle. Other recent guests of the beagles were or. And mrs. George fake of Glens Falls . Or. And mrs. Elmer Smith of 4 round Lake . Mrs. Edith. Stockwell and mrs. Maud Peters of Shaftsbury. Or. And mrs. George Albe drove their daughter Judith to Medford Over the weekend for her return to Jackson College. Sunderland Borough or. And mrs. Fred Lyons and son Craig and daughter Brenda spent the weekend in Essex june Tion with mrs. Lyons sister mrs. Roy Cone. Mrs. Donald Davis and son Richard spent the weekend in great Barrington mass. With or. And mrs. Charles Davis. Or. And mrs. Thomas Mattison Are spending a few Days in i Essex Junction with their daughter and family or. And mrs. Edward von slats. Mrs. Benjamin often was taken to Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington. 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