Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jul 22 1965, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 22, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner thursday july 22, 1965-7 Wei come to our new Manchester Center Branch a col i banking i Kur Lilio Mancl Iotch up oni of Stop Bankin a Chtrki Iii a i ill it. I savings Aminia i a a if Lii i a Nisi Torya Safe l it it a posit in ars a Onmon racial hums j a. Ill to i atolls alm60j a or son a 11 a tons an area first a it left ii Ute parking a i rive ii it Teller a Tuisl a Rivee dual in Ion Al dunce Lull service Hanking Nuli i Ester Center a Wotch the cot Tel unroll the Vermont Bank amp Trust it o. Member . Indians at Weston theater Weston spines will Tingle at the Weston playhouse this week As the spotlight turns on one of the theater a superlative thrillers Agatha Christie s classic Quot ten Little opening tonight to play through sunday the mystery features a cast of la players and suspense enough to keep even the actors nervous. A the spiral staircase Quot previously scheduled for this week is not being presented because of contract difficulties adapted by the author from her own novel Quot and then there were none Quot the Story of Quot ten Little indians Quot is set in a weird country House on an Island off the coast of Devon. It takes its Cue from the old Nursery rhyme in which each Little Indian meets his end until there Are none. Am no the Holt assorted guests each one accused of a former hidden crime Are Young Secre tary gov mess Vera Claythorne played by Elizabeth Davison adventurer and sex army cants in Philip Lombard played by Hugh Cameron and wealthy Playboy Anthony Marston portrayed by Fred Ewers. Actor Stephen Brown of Boston who appeared at Weston last summer in Quot photo finish Quot plays former Scotland Yard Man William Blore William Lacey appears As retired army officer general Mackenzie Marian Blake As wealthy spinster Emily Brent Tom Divoll As Quot hanging judge Quot sir Lawrence Wargrave and Arthur Boatin As Harley Street nerve specialist or. Armstrong. Ends session a Manchester pro paring for Vermont Allan Boone Leader of a group of 200 English boys and girls age 12-18, who will visit the Manchester area this summer explains itinerary and Points of interest in Vermont to part of the first group of 70 scheduled to arrive wednesday at Long Trail Camp owned and operated by John Brockdorff of Sita world travel in Winhall the students will participate in swimming at hapgood Pond overnight trips on the Long Trail Day trips to Points of interest and visits to Camp Wanakee in Benson and the Shaker Village work Camp in Pittsfield mass. A Day is also set aside for the students to visit with Manchester families. Any families interested in having an English boy or girl for the Day should Contact mrs. Betty Mendel at Manchester 362-2483 or mrs. Janet Wall at 362-1485. ,. Leaves for dancers convention Cambridge g. Seaman Veteran entertainer for his years and a regular pm Quot the barn Quot Wrob television show leaves today for new York City where he will attend the dance educators of America com mention. He will be enrolled in several of the classes taught by some of the country a Best dance instructors and including some of International renown. , will be accompanied by his Mother mrs. Joyce Seaman both of whom Are attending under the membership of mrs. Cecelia Greene Callahan of Bennington. The dancer has been a student at the Cecelia Greene dance studio in Bennington since he started to dance. T jmj him one of them was in the i so what Manchester a vacation Church school a regular summer event at Zion episcopal Church completed a two week session Friday with closing exercises to which parents were invited. The nearly 50 children who were enrolled together with their parents took part in a worship service in the Church before going in a procession to the Parish House. Parents were entertained by skits illustrating some of the information the children had acquired during the session and an informal rendition of the songs Learned. A feature of the program was a trumpet duet by two Young members of the Man Pownal dump to operate i in regular hours Pownal a regular hours effective immediately have been announced by Joseph Sarkis operator of the Pownal dump. Sarkis told town officials this week that the dump will be open monday through Friday from 7 . To 5 . Only. It will be closed saturday and sunday. Other operators maintain a regular time schedule Sarkis noted adding that persons other than Pownal i tee had been depositing junk in his dump when their own dumps Weye closed. The local dump has previously been open seven Days a week at All hours. Sarkis also announced that junk cars and Small items such As papers which can be disposed of in a Home incinerator can no longer be left at the site. Nearly half the Drivers in fatal accidents Are in the right. But being in the right Isnit enough. You be got to watch out for the other Guy. 0 published to save lives in cooperation with the advertising Council and the National safety Council. Chester school band Doreen Peters and Virginia Ritchie who also provided the accompaniment to Quot Onward Christian soldiers Quot for the earlier procession. Pupils whose Ages ranged from three to eight years spent two hours and a half each weekday morning in classroom study listening to stories of missionary work in Asia viewing filmstrips learning songs and recreation. Every morning the entire group joined in a worship service with hymns in the Church. Director of the school was mrs. Marshall Peters. She was assisted by the Rector the Rev. Robert Clayton by three teachers mrs. Eugene Maclean miss Grace Parker and mrs. Robert l. Clayton organist mrs. Or run Beattie Donald Mck Ubben registrar and mrs. Edward Jaeckle who arranged for the regular appearance of a special guest Quot Peter the assistants to the teachers were mrs. Ronald Ritchie and the misses Linda Thompson Marjorie Wall Merllee Vasey Kim Gilbert Doreen Peters Virginia Ritchie Jacqueline Bell Suzanne Sheldon emmy Lou Sheldon and Lucy Erdman. Sam Ogden sculptures in exhibit Northfield a Bennington county sculptors work will be included in Norwich University a second annual Vermont Art exhibit aug. 19-22. He is Sam Ogden of Manchester and Landgrove. Sculpture is an added attraction in the exhibit this year and will be set up As a separate exhibit. All works on exhibit except the sculpture however will be entered Tor Cash prizes. In addition to the exhibit Roy Harris of Arlington will present a display of some to Tombstone rubbings. The show which is located at Plumley armory is free and open to the Public. Hoosick l urls Richard Severson 686-9994 troop 63, sponsored by the Hoosick Falls kiwanis club will leave sunday for its annual tour at Modican Council Camp Wak nominee West fort Ann. Sixteen members will participate. Gerald Mclnerney scoutmaster and Ronald Tate assistant scoutmaster will accompany them. Oes meets Twenty of the 33 past matrons of the Van Rensselaer chapter Oes attended a Coverd dish supper and meeting tuesday night in the new masonic Temple on main Street. Mrs. George Scott sr., the former Freelove Neuschwander was presented a gift on the occasion of her recent marriage. A donation was made for the masonic building fund. Mrs. Fred Whittet president was chairman of arrangements assisted by or. Mary Jones. The next meeting will be held in the fall. The pow no is Vera Lang lain 823-7716 a picnic supper for members of Pownal pioneers 4-h club and their families will be held july 29, at the Home of club Leader mrs. A. Coleman Mason. Each member is asked to contribute a covered dish or salad for the supper and May also bring Frankfort and Hamburgs for their own families of they wish to Cook. Mrs. Mason is being assisted in arrangements by Junior leaders. All members planning to exhibit during the annual Field Day july 31, at Camp Onawa Are requested to bring their items to the Mason Home the evening of the picnic. La in Bridge Ruth rates 677-3421 or. And mrs. George Hastings or. Were visited last week by their daughter mrs. Roger Jarvis of Duxbury mass., and grandchildren Jonathan and Jenifer. Saratoga raceway s Cambridge night is tonight and several parties of Cambridge residents plan to attend the affair. Vav Walloomsac Bertha Hoag 686-7282 mrs. John Tudor entertained in Honor of her son Timmy a fifth birthday july 15. Guests included Robin and Amy Snyder Donna and Shellye Green Norene Hulihan Billy Luke Duane and Mary Beth Robinson and his sister Jane. The children enjoyed games on the Lawn and ice Cream and cake. Or. And mrs. Gordon Hoag attended a birthday party sunday in Honor of the 10th birthday of Kurt Gutbrodt the 13th birthday anniversary of or. And mrs. Roy Barringer of Hudson Ana the 24th wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. George Barringer of Troy held at the Barringer Camp at crooked Lake. Vacation Chur Cli school a ten Lillie

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