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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 20, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Haddock sole clams Salem a super Market Al Bennington Dunner Friday August 20, 1965 4-h horse show to Benefit county humane society assigned Phi. How arc c. Dailey Iii son or. Anc mrs. Howard c. Dailey of Manchester depot has graduated from cartographic drafting school at the Engineer Center it. Belvoir a. He is now attached to 21st base photo mapping Engineer co., 30th battalion it. Belvoir. He is a graduate of Burr and Burton Seminary. Shaftsbury the Bennington county humane society will Benefit from an open horse show sunday sponsored by Ace High 4-h horse club and 25 classes will be offered at the event. A ring has been prepared by 4-h�?Ters from several area towns at Whitman a acres on the East Road in Bennington. The show is scheduled to Start promptly at 9 . Mrs. Luella Stuart a Leader of the club will be Steward for the affair. A second Leader mrs. Betty Johnson is a member of the committee. Serving with her Are miss Alice Miller and mrs. Pat Pradon. All Are from Shaftsbury. John c. Macfarlane vice president in charge of agricultural education for the Massachusetts pc a and Field consultant of the new England livestock conservation league inc., will be the judge. Quot he does no to know very Many people in the area a a says mrs. Johnson Quot and he will be an impartial Macfarlane who spoke at the last annual meeting of the humane society has done widespread humane work in Africa. He has also judged 4-h club and National Morgan shows. Other officials for sundays events Are Tony Wigger of North Bennington and George Chandler a a Ston it. Rout too phone 824-5288 aug. 19-22 Matin Benefit Auk. 23, Rutland Gertrude Herd s joyous Roadway hit majority of one it Urt Aln limn s30 . K Venn of 3 00 Matin sat. Enid bag nuts s the Chin use prime minister Ted and a patted ?an0iictitl present tile Bill of two plays by Peter Shaffer Quot the private earn and Quot the Public Eye thurs., fri., sat., Sun. A aug. 19, 20, 21, 22 Dorset playhouse curtain 8 40 . Call 867-5777 to Rolt Erve Bromley lie Sun fun Mountain Square dance saturdays special prices food amp beverage 9 . Til Midnight caller Buster Wright daytime and nighttime til to Low Low prices Golf equipment special purchased name brands 5 state View double chair lift ride picnic lunches for Mountain Tnp 9 . Til 7 . Bromley shop excellent selection of gifts souvenirs and imports boutique shop casual cloths toy it children Shear baby gifts open 9 . Til 7 . Rout j0 Ranchester Center 6 Miles fast on route #11 beneficiary ringmaster and Miles Rice of Stamford Blacksmith. Classes available Are 4-h fitting and showmanship for both seniors and juniors senior equitation Saddle and Stock seat horsemanship Hunt seat Western pleasure Lead line 4-h Trail horse Junior equitation Saddle seat and Stock seat parents class open Trail Maiden horsemanship Saddle Hunt and Stock seat Trainer to ride Marble game 4-h pleasure class command class English pleasure open Pinto and bareback. Fees Are either 50 cents or a Dollar. High Point horse will receive a trophy donated by the humane society the High Point rider will receive one Given by the Ace High club. 4-h members Are warned they must show membership cards to enter any of the 4-h classes and any rider under 18 must have his parents signature to show. Juniors have been designated As under 14 years of age with seniors 14-17. A Junior 4-h member however is 10-13, and a senior 4-h member 14-18. Officials for the show have announced that there will be no admission charged at the Gate. However one who has already benefited from the Bennington county humane society will by on hand to take a collection in her saddlebags. She is High Hope a Shetland Mare which under the care of the society during the last few months has recovered from the effects of emaciation neglect and other mistreatment. A Manchester first shown unloading one of 192 appliances from the first full Carload of any product Ever to be dropped off at Manchester depot Are Thomas j. Cochrane right and Philip Zandy. The Large shipment an indication of Prosperity in this area consists of refrigerators stoves dishwashers disposals and Range hoods destined for installation by Cochrane in the three apartment buildings under construction at the Stratton Mountain ski area. Breen arms by chapter Dail holds lunch meeting in Manchester p Manchester a a Large number of members and guests of Ormsby chapter Dar met tuesday for a pot Luck luncheon at the Home of mrs. . Soderberg on Taconic Road. Following luncheon and a Short business meeting mrs. Frank l. Pearson Flag chairman told the group that the oldest Flag in existence carried at the Battle of Bennington aug. 16,1777, is now preserved at the Bennington museum. Mrs. Bernard d. Dooley of Poultney a National vice chairman and honorary state Regent of Peru Alice Dibble 824-5407 visitors from the deep South in Landgrove Are mrs. Byrd Laprade a Nephew James Poole of Memphis tenn., and from new Orleans la., or. And mrs. Calvin Williams sister and brother in Law of Fontaine Martin of Darien conn., and Landgrove. The Martins son Ted and daughter Bettina will return to new Orleans tuesday with their aunt where Ted will continue his studies at Tulane Law school Vermont urged the chapter to Purchase a number of Flag codes telling about the proper Way to display the United states Flag and to distribute them to schools libraries and Post offices. Mrs. G. Murray Campbell National chairman of americanism and Dar manual and vice Regent of Ormsby chapter informed the gathering that since 1921 More than 9,000,000 manuals published by the National society have been Given free to All foreign born persons studying to become citizens of the United states. Miss Erminie Pollard of Proctorsville state Regent gave a review of the Book Quot Grace Coolidge and her Era Quot by Isabe Rossand revealed several personal anecdotes about the Coolidge family. Miss pollards father and Calvin Coolidge smother were cousins. Mrs. . Bartlett chairman of National defense gave a report on current events. Also present at the luncheon was mrs. George c. Skillman past vice president general from new Jersey who has a summer Home in Middletown Springs and is an associate member of Heber Allen chapter of Poultney. Mrs. Edwin Wheeler was program chairman. Surrounded a Lynnette Mettey guest performer this weekend at the Dorset playhouse sits surrounded by actors of the caravan theatre who will play tonight through sunday in Peter Shaffer so the private earn and a the Public left to right Ronald l. Savoy Fred Carmichael David Siever and Peter von Mayrhauser Register varying reactions. Rinehart play review Carava ners Shine i p twin Bill trite gems at Dorset of the private ear and the Public Eye a Bill of two Playa by Peter Shaffer opened last night at the Dorset playhouse presented by the caravan theatre to fun tonight saturday and sunday staged by Patricia Carmichael settings by Judith Page Murray lighting design by George Blanchard with the following cast in the or Iva the ear Ted Peter von Mayrhauser Chalk David Siever Doreen Lynnette Mettey and in the Public Eye Julian Fred Carmichael Charles Ronald l. Savoy Belinda Lynnette Mettey by William Gil bar t Dorset. There a been such a spate of one act plays in the last few years a keyed to violence a lastingly satiric or obsessively topical a that it comes As a refreshing Surprise to realize Well before the final curtain on the double Bill by Peter Shaffer now at Dorset that a Well made play dealing with a unique dramatic reality of its own can be written these Days and when Well acted become a highly enjoyable evening of theater. Quot the private ear Quot and Quot the Public Eye Quot both Well made plays Are actors Joys in the genre of everyday life viewed with unassuming accuracy As a contest Between differing but not necessarily destructive values. The caravan actors and guest Star Lynnette Mettey play them fully with a minimum of tricks and a maximum of actuality. They work so Well it is almost possible to believe that a bounteous two course meal has been served up or at least a Hearty double picnic. Unfortunately both plays repeat cliches and depend for their Impact on the endlessly tried and True of pathos almost Heartbreak and a. A. Milne style whimsy. The picnic is alas the same old hot dog potato salad Watermelon jazz. Unfortunately for or. Shaffer both these plays have been done before by masters a first by Ibsen and most recently by Clifford Odets. The current Vintage does not compare in Quality of observation or perfection of craftsmanship with the originals. A of enough for Content. The performances Are the Best balanced and the most natural of the summer. Peter von Mayrhauser is a Fine Young actor whose characterization of the Cool cat Type is flawlessly accurate. David Siever who never works in cliches is Able to make the most cliche part come alive and stay alive and exciting. How i do not know. Is it his intense sincerity or is it his essentially ethical concern in everything he does or says Fred Carmichaels Gamut of comic characterizations is broadening into a rogues gallery of lovable scoundrels each with its own inner and outer differences and similarities which become the pleasurable Marks of a style not the Boring repetitions of mannerism. Ronald l. Savoy is certainly the final word in Bland handsome banality until he wishes to show another facet of the character he is miming when the Edge of satire the Cut of comedy and the ring of deeper feeling surprises the viewer with its almost unexpected revelation. These actors work these plays As though they were playing the Best of the worlds writing with gusto emotional truth accuracy of detailing and an unbreakable respect for the writers line. Lynnette Mettey a double characterization is charming to watch. The limited Little girl of the first play focuses almost exclusively on the immediate and endless menu tue of life. The effect is comic and very appealing. The dissatisfied Young wife of the second play focuses almost exclusively on the broadest of emotional and intellectual aspirations yet the sense of the immediate is still there. Miss Mettey a playing is quiet warm and assured. In both plays she create a wayward and wonderful Galatea to two of the most impossible pygmalion on record. Patricia Carmichael directed these Fine of trite plays for the gems they Are. The double set by j. P. Murray is excellent and George Blanchard a lightning never strikes twice where once is enough. But is life really like that even in not so merry old England Carl m. Baldwin Richard v. Cup Al a Ron Ald Galy acini area oaths Complete Basic training san Antonio Tex. A completing Basic military training at Lackland fab Here Are airmen 3.c. Carl m. Baldwin and Richard v. Copelia both of Dorset it. And Ronald b. Galvagni of Hoosick fans . Baldwin son of or. And mrs. Joseph c. Baldwin Danby Mountain Road Dorset has been designated for training and duty As an accounting and finance specialist at Travis fab Calif. Galvagni son of or. And mrs. Caesar j. Galvagni of 20 Elm St., Hoosick Falls will receive training and duty As an accounting and finance specialist at Maxwell fab. Ala. Copelia son of or. And mrs. Vincent Cepela or. Of the Dorset hollow Road Dorset has been selected for technical training at Sheppard fab Tex. As a . Air Force communications specialist. Shaftsbury w scouts set award night Shaftsbury a troop 31 boy scout committee has announced that award night will be monday and the program will include a family picnic starting at 6 on the school grounds. Each family is to bring its own lunch. Joseph Hart District scout executive will address the group. Awards will be presented by Donald Farrar assisted by Edwin Colvin institutional representative. No awards will be presented to a boy at this time unless a Parent or guardian is present according to the committee. A coloured movie Quot the Beaver its environment and habits Quot will be shown. An Opportunity will be Given committee members to speak to parents and scouts. Members of troop 31 will hold opening and closing ceremonies. In the event of inclement weather the program will be held in the elementary school. The pow mils Vera Lang la is 823-7716 the annual Community picnic which has been enjoyed for Many years at the Home of or. And mrs. A. Coleman Mason on Carpenter Hill will take place sunday afternoon. Mrs. Jennie Fowler will serve As co hostess with her daughter mrs. Mason and All neighbors and friends in the Pownal Are Welcome to attend. Land transfers the following transfers of deeds have been recorded in the Pownal town clerks office for May i a aug. 17 Francis and Linda Heisler to Herbert and Theresa Eastman lot in West Meadow development Charles and Mary Morse to Joseph and Mildred Luciano lot in Morse development Joseph Kathleen and Emma Watts to Carl Capella and Robert Pollock lot in South Pownal Earl and Jeanette Campbell to David and Jane Walsh one acre William Henry and Jean Laflamme to Mary Rowe House and one and seven tenths acres in North Pownal Harold and Anne Hathaway to Paul and Delilah Clark House and one half acre Jackson Road Theresa Woodward to Philip and Margarlt Thompson House and one acre Norman and Evelyn Dickinson to Albert and Maude Dickinson building lot in North Pownal Kenneth and Jeanette George to Hugh and Mary Nash House and 118 acres Barbera a Pond Road. Also John and Jacqueline Campbell to Harry and Esther Niles one and five sloths acres Charles Gray to Raymond and Arietta Coulter trailer and one half acre Raoul and Viola suprenant to Victor and Leona Damour lot in West Meadow development Clarence Sweet to Karl and Lee Markin 75 acres Paul and Dorothy Foster to Augustine and Barbara Baker piece of land Karl and Lee Markin to Boudinot Stimson piece of land William and Dorothy Joly to Abel Leblanc building and one acre Charles and Mary Jane rounds to Richard and Jeannette Brodeur House and three acres Alma White to Walter and Eileen Patterson piece of land. Also Ned and Dorothy tows Lee to Robert Morgan 16 acres Walter and Eileen Patterson to Marshall and Violet Cross House and six and five eighths acres James and Philomine Pratt to Philip and Pauline Frost Hillside Cabins and Brookside diner Robert and Karen Parkes to Leonard and Helen Horton and Charles Goodrum jr., lot West Meadow development Murray and Kathleen Lewis to Richard and Jessica Dziadul House and lot William and Kathleen Deery to Richard and Amos Powers cottage Barbera a Pond Fred and Barbara Bishop to Thomas and Margery Hurley lot Bee Hill Road development. Third largest Mexico City is the third largest City in North America after new York and Chicago. Pc Benny Qto paintings a graphics a sculpture a pottery it. 7, North St. Bennington it. Southern Vermont Center Manchester garment Tai. 362-1405 sunday August 22, 8 30 . Michael Maule and Colleen Corker in their classical and popular Quot two go dancing Quot Joan Watson Maul guest narrator special number Quot the toy maker shop presented by students of the Southern Vermont Art Center school of the dance Sybil Deneergaard director. Tickets $4-$ i -50 thru sept. 7-36th annual exhibition by member artists a a a sunday August 28, 8 30 Claudio Arrau in a special Benefit for the . Performing fund for Young musicians.$6-$2 sin cd come see. Auction real estate farm machinery household goods Moody form Jacksonville it. Friday August 27, 1965 11 00 . Watch next tuesdays newspaper for a Complete listing of this auction. The real estate which will be offered for Sale subject to prior Sale consists of a 140 acre farm 16 room 200 year old Cape with 24 Baths Fine Artesian Well and other amenities. This property May be inspected at any time prior to Friday August 27, 1965, by appointment with the owner or. Roger Moody of Jacksonville it. Telephone Jacksonville 368-2450, or Wilmington it. 464-5675. This auction will consist of All the farm machinery real estate and a Quantity of household furnishings. Paul w. Lawton auctioneer Chesterfield . A i i

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