Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Feb 15 1966, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 15, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Re the director a Dick Pelsue is directing the Arlington Lions club Winter variety show scheduled Friday and saturday. Piano accompanist is miss Louise Harris. The performers a just a few of the chorus for the show shown Here Are from the left Jeanne Walsh Louise Coulman Nellie Pelsue and Marjorie Macksey. Winter variety show program set Arlington a everything is in readiness for the Arlington Lions Winter variety show scheduled for Friday and saturday of this week starting at 8 . At Arlington High school. Proceeds for this project Are Given to the Arlington swimming Pool and the sight conservation funds. Directed by Richard Pelsue piano accompanist will be miss Louise Harris. Lawrence Brush is chairman and Edward Doyle Hoosick a ran emr. And mrs. Carleton Phil Pott Hoosick Grange deputies of Rensselaer county Pomona and the state Grange made their official visitation to the local Grange at its meeting wednesday night when they brought greetings from the state Grange and spoke briefly explaining the manner used in scoring the respective Granges. Mrs. Phil Pott As Junior Deputy exhibited various projects listed for the Junior Grange to undertake for the coming year. They include a signboard for boys and girls age 12 to 15 a Model air plane or car for boys 12-15 recipe Holder for boys 9-11 Pencil Holder for boys 5-8 decorated jewelry Box for girls 5-8 painted trays for girls 9-11 decorated waste baskets for boys and girls 9-11 Bible markers for boys and girls 5-8 knitted mittens for girls 12-15. It was announced that the National Grange project is to be any animal made out of corks sizes 1-15 to be painted and decorated. The project is open to grandchildren of Grange members As Well As the Junior members. The special project of the Deputy will be making homemade fudge. It was announced that the Talent contest to be held at the next Grange meeting on March 9 will be divided into four classes and that the winners will particulate in the regional contest to lie held at Brunswick on april 2. The deadline for entries is March 2. The third and fourth degrees will not be conferred at the next meeting As East arli Wigton title hand Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 mrs. Keynith Knapp with her committee of mrs. Max Grout mrs. Clyde Dunlap and mrs. Alvin Metcalfe Are getting ready for the card party to be held at Bailey Hall on tuesday feb. 15 at 8 . This affair is sponsored by the Enterprise society for the Benefit of the woman s auxiliary at the Putnam memorial Hospital. The Public is invited. Miracle whip Lamb patties walkers it. La. 49 49�?~ food Market Firestone specials shop Firestone and save License plate frames Leader Model 3b-48 $8< or. Better Grade 3b-984 $1.79 or Best Grade 3b-161 $2.25 each License plate bolts 25< pm. Truck flares 3h 124 with flags .95economy Auto stores inc. Bennington it. Dial 2-6226 open All Day saturdays will be master of ceremonies. Doyle and John Whalen Are taking care of programs and advertising. Others on the committee Are Gregory Cullinan tickets Gerry markers stage Lee Marsh lighting Ann Secor june Laskey Ruth Zimmer and Claire of Neil makeup. The chorus consists of Mimi Woodard Marjorie Macksey Connie Hoyt Louise Coulman Joan King Nellie Pelsue Virginia Andrews Jeanne Walsh Carolyn Kreel Edward Doyle George Albee John King. Herbert Douglas Lawrence Brush Lester Brush John Mason George Zimmer Scott Campbell Harold Grover Guy Kagey Robert Blair and Jack Secor. Previously planned but will be re scheduled for a later Date. Plans were made for a card party to be Field in the Hall on feb. 19. Mrs. Fred Schmigel was named general chairman of All card parties for the coming year to name arrangement committees. The Grange will sponsor a Public dance in the Hall on feb. 20 when Johnnie Bridgewater and his orchestra will furnish music and Call for the Square dances. Mrs. Omer Brenenstuhl will be in charge of the refreshments which will be served during intermission. Ralph Griswold Ernest Haas and Harold Prebble were named As a committee to plan for an auction to be held in March. Mrs. Wesley Hall was named As third member to the finance committee. Mrs. Almon Hewitt of the Community Progress committee reported that the committee was recessing for the Winter months during which time they Are preparing the final charts to be presented in late March or Early april. It is expected that As soon As weather permits the committee will Complete the numbering of the houses on the Rural roads still remaining to be done. The first and second degrees which were previously scheduled for this meeting were postponed to be conferred at degree time in August. Malcolm Hewitt legislative committee chairman reported on several Bills which had been discussed at state Grange that will be presented in the new York state legislature. He urged members to write to their senators or assemblymen for their voice in the measures when they come up for action. It was announced by mrs. Wesley Hall chairman of the service and hospitality committee that the sewing contest will be held in the near future and that the applesauce cake contest will be held at the next regular meeting on March 23. Refreshments included a birthday cake for master Omer Brenenstuhl to whom greetings were Sung. Or. And mrs. Ralph Griswold were in charge of refreshments. To Lar Mii j. Oli i it ton la. Cam pin y or. Manchester youths enlist under a Ruddy program Rutland a it was announced today by msgt., . Camp the local Marine Recruiter that Laramie j. Cole age 17, the son of or. And mrs. Everett n. Cole Arlington Helene Thompson 375-2325 or. And mrs. Robert poutre and son Norman spent the weekend in White River Junction with or. And mrs. Edward Williamson. Mrs. Lester r. Handville son Jack and daughter Barbara of Parlin n.j., were guests of or. And mrs. James Thompson Over the weekend. There will be no taxi service in Arlington until further notice. Or. And mrs. Gordon Woodard left this week for Florida where they will spend some time with relatives and friends. Of Manchester and Burton h. Campney jr., age 18, the son of or. And mrs. Burton h. Campney sr., have departed for Marine corps recruit depot Parris Island . The new marines were sworn into the Marine corps at Albany ., and immediately departed for Parris Island ., where they will undergo eight weeks of intensive recruit training followed by four weeks of individual combat training at Cample Jeune . This phase of their training will be followed by a 20-Day leave at Home with family and friends prior to their first permanent assignment. They selected the three year period of enlistment and elected to join under the buddy program. Under this program they will be assured of being assigned to the same recruit training platoon and will normally return Home on leave together. Dorset school production sheer musical Delight by Janet Gilbert Dorset a for an evening of sheer musical Delight the Dorset elementary schools production of Humperdinck so Hansel and Gretel should be a first on everybody a list if you missed the show on the Lith by All Means see it on the 18th. Or go a second time this Little opera which by the Way is also a visual Delight combines Solo voices which Are pure and Sweet choral singing which deserves bouquets speaking parts and dancing. Thomas Cooper and Frances Baird As Hansel and Gretel Start the dancing with the Lively music a brother come and dance with me a. The Nasty old Witch comically portrayed by Lisa Madeira does a wicked old Witch dance in which she displays striped stockings Only a teens bit above the ankle and special credit is due those Gingerbread children who after standing motionless and mute for an entire act a real feat for anyone burst into song and dance with a Hurrah the Witch is dead a. Perhaps the most loved of All the songs in a Hansel and Gretel a is a evening prayer a. The fourteen Angels in this production Are a credit to their heavenly counterpart s and to Linda Langworthy who not Only directed this singing of 6th, 7th and 8th grades but manges to be an entire orchestra on one piano. Though sharing less of the limelight As far As plot is concerned the other characters in this opera Are unique in themselves. Denis Burden As Peter the Broom maker has brought into his part a Subtle humor which is an additional Delight. His solid figure and poise remind me of a substantial May pole around which everyone else dances with abandon. Anita Rosencrantz As Gertrude Peters wife adds the necessary ingredient of Domestic harassment and though the Sandman William Cairne does no to speak or dance or sing he moves about the stage gracefully doing what Sandman Are supposed to do. Put people to sleep. Ann Tarbell As the Dawn fairy follows in his footsteps with a Lovely Solo and doing what Dawn fairies Are supposed to do. Wake people up this is a fairy tale production but behind it All Are real Young people who in portraying these various parts have Given us a Cross Section of life and perhaps voiced for us the Hope that Good May still Triumph Over evil. Automated . Bigger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. A i Loo Iii Bertha Hoag 686-7282 the Northern livestock 4-h club met feb. 8 at 8 . At the Home of Albert and Gary Slocum in Buskirk. A business meeting was held with Terry Hoag president presiding. Under the leadership of John Calhoun the club worked on their hoards Dairyman judging sheets. Mrs. Roscoe Austin entertained feb. 6 with a family dinner in Honor of the 76th birthday of her husband. Guests included or. And mrs. John Austin and family of White Creek or. And mrs. Harvey Baker and son of Greenwich or. And mrs. Robert Austin and family of Center Brunswick or. And mrs. William Austin and family of Center Cambridge and James Austin. The afternoon was spent in reminiscing. Roscoe received Many gifts and Good wishes. Albert Wright returned Home monday from the Putnam memorial Hospital in Bennington where he was rushed saturday suffering from a kidney Stone. Mrs. Fred Luke is a patient at the Mary Mcclellan Hospital in Cambridge. Her condition is improved. Or. And mrs. Gordon Hoag were sunday guests of her sister mrs. Alice b. Fitzgerald of Berlin. Mrs. Fitzgerald is leaving feb. To to spend a week with her daughter mrs. Henry Cerwinski in Keansburg. . The Wallop Sacer cancer sewers met thursday with mrs. Gordon Hoag. Garden 4 Lull \ news f ilm Oil conferral Ion Petersburg A Norman Stahlman of Southworth machinery inc. Of Albany ., presented the film a water Bill for viewing to members of the Taconic Valley Branch of the woman a National farm and Garden association on thursday evening Here in Petersburg,. Water Bill .a., a sound and color motion picture was produced by Caterpillar tractor co. In cooperation with the . Department of agriculture and narrated by Walter Cronkite. This important film tells the Story of our nations growing water problem. Following the film presentation an horticultural talk on a easy Steps to landscaping a was Given by mrs. Charles Fitzpatrick. Members then participated in a general discussion. Hospitality hostesses mrs. Leyton Hewitt and mrs. Dewitt Snyder provided refreshments from a St. Valentines table. Bennington Banner tuesday february 15, 1966�?7 the Mountain towns Carlo Wolter to 4-3993 the Wilmington Lions club met wednesday evening at the Long Jim restaurant. Or. Lynden Kimball spoke about his autumn 1965 trip to Mexico and showed coloured slides. His emphasis was on life in Rural Mexia and places where the general tourist does no to go. Carl l. Adler sponsored by Robert Lamorder was inducted into the club by International commander Leonard Brown a Short directors meeting followed. About 20 Lions attended the meeting. The next one will be feb. 23. About ten members of the Baptist ladies Aid attended the meeting held last wednesday at the Home of mrs. Gertie Carpenter of Wilmington. Mrs. Doris Rice of Searsburg was co hostess. An auction of Small items donated by each member brought $8. A for the club fund. Plans were made for the annual dinner to be served on town meeting Day by the ladies Aid and evening Scuilli la Mari Ltd it Ltd p Margaret Aiken 877-3049 George Cronk is Home from the Putnam Hospital. Mrs. Harvey Bailey is Home from the Mcclellan Hospital. Mrs. Mazella Skalwold fell at her Home on Durfee Road and sustained a Cut on her head. The official Board will hold a meeting at the methodist Church on monday feb. 21 at 8 . Gary Austin of Cambridge son of or. And mrs. James d. Austin jr., was inducted into the armed forces recently. Gerald Aiken spent Friday night and saturday with his brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Dale Macneil at Salem. Miss Daughn Austin has returned to her studies at Mary Hitchcock Hospital school of nursing at Hanover . After spending the weekend with her parents or. And mrs. James d. Austinjr. The pleasant Valley Grange will serve their annual Ham supper at the Hall in South Cambridge on saturday feb. Starting at 5 30 . Until All Are served. Tickets Are available from members. Students from this Community at Cambridge Central school who made the second Quarter Honor lists include High Honor a Bonnie Pratt Honor a Clifford Darfler Joy Hamilton and Diane Skiff Merit a Kenneth Aiken David Hamilton Barbara Rodman and Pauline Wilmot. Guild at the Church vestry. A cleaning Bee is scheduled for wednesday afternoon feb. 23 in preparation for the world Day of prayer on the 25th, when members of various churches of neighbouring towns will congregate. Russell Hanson and Richard Lang principals of Wilmington and Whitingham High schools respectively returned wednesday from Cleveland where they attended the annual convention of the National association of secondary school principals. Vice president Hubert h. 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