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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 8, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Exclusive limited seven Days Only engagement eve. 7 30 special mat.2p in Wei. June 22 sat. June 25 is n. June 26 Eorge Stevens v4< von saw is ifs so a. The greatest Story Ever told because of the anticipated heavy demand we suggest you buy your admission tickets in Advance to guarantee you a seat at the performance of your Choice on want is the Centurion j vow hmm Buji pm and j Charlton it Stan Lobo la Bip Tisi cd Audi Rains is of of the Eit technicolor released by United remember Days Only a buy tickets now adults $1.25, children soc ail shows Williamstown mass. A the june Issue of Holiday Maga Zine has an eight Page feature on the Williamstown theatre which will offer its 12th sea son in Adams memorial theatre of Williams College from july 1-aug. 27. The author Jeff Brown spent several weeks last summer gathering material for the piece which is entitled a the Williamstown East Arlington us tide hand Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 friends and relatives gathered at the Home of or. And mrs. Fred Sargood in Sunderland saturday for a picnic in Honor of Dale weeks who left sunday for Active service in the . Air Force. There were about 60 people in attendance and weeks was presented with a decorated cake and a sum of Money. At the same event weeks sister mrs. Donald Secoy of Ludlow was honoured with a birthday cake honouring her birthday june la. Sunderland school children presented a program of singing dancing and instrumental rhythms to a Large audience of friends relatives and teachers at amps gym monday night. Highlight of the evening for one group of children was the presentation of certificates by teacher James West to his Grade 8 graduates. a subhead states a summer Stock in Massachusetts bans the banal in favor of ambitious the 12th season will open on july 1-9 with Nikos is Achar apollos directing a you can to take it with other productions will include a incident at Vichy and Marat Sade a both of them by special permission a revival of a Yondine a Given in 1955, the theatres first season a Choice Between a peer by nth and a the Trojan women a and two of the following a Luv a a lion in Winter a a the subject was roses a and the season will close with a Cole Porter musical of a my fair the Bennington Bank teff telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., 15201 by the Banner publishing corporation. Members of United press inter anon Al which is entitled exclusively to use Tor Reub Catlon of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well Asau up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery Ioc per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-mile radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington it. 05201 something new has been added at fhe Hollywood millinery a j main Street North Adams a fabulous wig and for an opening special of v arc offering. Ioo7 human hair wigs for the Man who has everything. Grad or dad boxed $1 Coo per pair International Sterling is Noveck Shultz inc. Registered do writer 411 main St. Dial 26926 Bennington unbelievably Low prices. No need to Wail any longer now in Black Brown Auburn or blonde of y m i it i i a. I. W in form Wica Kin inc cask extra added attraction i it or Vav in it consult Una or. Daniel will he available All Day thursday to help you choose just the right one for you so come help us celebrate and enjoy free refreshments too companion specials full shoulder length machine made human hair wigs. S 15.1 0 also a Fine selection of Petter wigs on hand ise of ii con i Emem /. I open thursday night ill. . Your fashion Headquarters for exciting accessories North Adams Good deed unrewarded one car passed another in the a no passing a zone in death Valley near Arlington tuesday. To avoid hitting them with his a big Rig a a Jesse Reed of Bennington who has been driving heavy equipment for . Morse construction co. For More than 20 years went through a soft shoulder. One Way traffic was maintained for nearly three hours while sweaty Crews struggled to get the vehicle Back or the Road. Otis Manchester a evidence was heard by Superior court judge William c. Hill at county court Here tuesday on a request by Mario and Barbara Berry of toll Gate Lodge to enjoin Samuel and Anita Hatcher of the toll Road motor inn from using the word Quot toll As a Des ignation of their place of business. Berry a attorney was Waldo c. Holden of Bennington. R. Marshall Witten of Bennington represented Hatcher. It was the Contention of the plaintiff that the use of the word Quot toll in the title of the newly opened Motel on it. 11-30 is confusing to potential customers of the Well known res Harte theatre tuning la wednesday june 22 for Bennington a distinguished event Tau rant and that the motels name is damaging to his business. Though testimony by both or. And mrs. Berry failed to reveal the exact amount of dam age which might result from the like named Motel they did say that packages letters and phone Calls had been misdirected to the toll Gate Lodge instead of to the Motel because of the confusion Over names. Berry said his restaurant which has been widely publicize de in National magazines was opened in 1952. The Motel opened shortly before Christmas 1965. Though Hatcher was present at the trial he was not called to the witness stand. Each attorney will file memoranda within to Days with judge Hill who will decide the Case. The Hoth Sisters Pamela and Susan daughters of mrs. Blanche Hoth of Arlington and p. Finias Hoth of new York City graduated sunday Pamela from Catholic University Washington,. And Susan from St. Joseph College Bennington. Pamela a Navy Ensign will be stationed in Oakland Calif. Her sister is going with her to seek employment there. Timothy Lindsey son of or. And mrs. Robert Lindsey graduated from St. Joseph College sunday. Or. And mrs. Frank l. Irvin have returned from Waterville Maine where Irvin attended his 50th class reunion at Colby College. Red it. Lodge 63 has postponed its meeting scheduled for this Friday to june 17. National Magazine up of Illi Aniston n theatre mini stain towns Carlo Molter to 4-3993 John Mollie Heads bar Bennington Banner wednesday Jun its 1966-3 Cambridge to celebrate seven of its to members participated when the Higley Hill Home demonstration group of Wilmington went on a mystery ride thursday. They visited the Book press in Brattleboro and Margolino a handbag company the Molly Stark gift shop on Vermont 9 and had lunch at the Skyline restaurant. In the afternoon they went to Coombs Candy Kitchen in Jacksonville where every Nody received samples of Maple sugar. Mrs. Evelyn Brassor and mrs. Thelma Boyd were in charge of arrangements. A family picnic is planned for july with mrs. Henry Wheeler and mrs. Thomas Moore in charge. Junior prom mrs. Porter Farwell reports that the Junior prom held at the school gym saturday was a huge Success. Dick Perry of Brattleboro and his five piece band supplied music. Crowning of the King and Queen Douglas Boyd and Gail Warner preceded the grand March and the ceremony was highlighted by first graders Kelly Barten As Flower girl and Roy Moyer As Crown bearer. In the receiving line were Junior class president Sally poor and her escort Grant Moyer or. Senior class president John Boyd and his partner Melanie Pike principal and mrs. Russell Hanson and or. And mrs. Milton Wolf representing the school Board. Decoration theme was Quot Isle of the Blue the whole ceiling of the gym was covered with dark Blue dyed Gold and Silver starred netting resembling the sky. In the Center of the Hall was a replica of an Island Complete with Palm Trees forget me not pansies Moss covered stones and a tiny Pond. Refreshments consisted of punch and cup cakes. Association 100th birthday this weekend Manchester collision a there were no injuries but police report damage to two vehicles tuesday night about 9 when a station Wagon operated by David Stevens of South Londonderry and owned by Shattuck garage Springfield collided with a pickup truck owned by a amp a Artesian Well co., North Smithtown . And operated by b. A. Bodreau of Woonsocket. The mishap occurred police said when the truck attempted to turn into a driveway of a House owned by a amp a near Swezey lumber co. Ringheiser Buxton school to graduate Manchester record somber of students Chet Rin Cill Lisek p o Box Sot it we in i m int is Williamstown mass. A three Young people from Northern Berkshire will be among the graduates saturday at Buxton school. They Are David e. Bergmark son of or. And mrs. David a. Bergmark of Bennington Paul r. Cooper son of the Rev. And mrs. Henry g. Cooper of Adams and Barbara l. Davis daughter of or. And mrs. Robert k. Davis of Oblong rd., Williamstown. The class of 21 is the largest in the schools history. Nine teen members Are already enrolled in College for next year. They Are William b. Atwood Calif. Institute of technology David e. Bergmark Brandeis University John t. Burgess Boston University Leslie a. Burke Bennington College Michele s. Carrier Laval University Paul r. Cooper Boston University Roderick p. Duell Yale University Barbara l. Davis Sarah Lawrence College Mignonne climbs Washington University Arthur James Hoe jr., Boston museum school Georgia Lee Albany College University of the state of . Ruel c. Ley Antioch College Ruth Ordway Beloit College Al Eron Kramer Williams College William s. Plettner University of . Also on waiting list at Williams Thomas l. Salton stall Harvard University Mark s. Steynman Goddard College Edward l. Stockman new Elkland College and Philip c. Stone Franklin and Marshall College. Graduation exercises will be on the senior Lawn where each member of the class will make a Short speech recite an original poem or play an original composition which sums up his Buxton experience. Benjamin g. C. Funcke school director will address the graduates and mrs. Ellen Geer Sangster founder will present diplomas. On tuesday shortly after i . A trailer truck owned by the Colony transportation co. Of new Bedford mass., driven by Lawrence Stark of Granville ., rolled from its parked position in front of Kilburn a hardware Bent a Telephone pole and knocked Down the five flys sign on the South Side of it. 11-30. According to a police report. The Driver was not in the vehicle at the time police said. The vestry of Zion episcopal Church will meet monday june 13, at the Zion Parish House. Church women of Zion will hold its annual meeting tonight at the Parish House. Officers will be elected and reports on the past years work read. Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont 686-9103 mrs. James m. Brahan was hostess at her Home on Wilder Avenue monday evening for a card party of la tables proceeds of which will Benefit the altar and Rosary society of immaculate Conception Church. Moosic a Alley Art association will hold a i important meeting thursday evening june 9 at 7 30 at the Home of mrs. Sadie Daniels 25 Church St. All members Are urged to attend. Manchester a John r. Mol Lica a partner in the Bennington Law firm of Ehrich and Mol Lica was named president of the Bennington county bar Assoc la Hon at a Brief luncheon meeting of the association at the Colburn House Here following the opening session of the Spring term of Bennington county court. Named vice president was Bennington atty. F. Ray paddock who was not present. Harvey Carter of Bennington was elected Secretary treasurer. Mollie replaces outgoing president mrs. Rose m. Morrissey of Bennington. The officers names were placed in nomination by George h. Plumb county clerk. Superior judge William c. Hill of Monkton presiding officer at this session of county court was also at the luncheon. The Pownal Vera i Langlais 823-7716 a meeting of the editorial Board of the Pownal unit of the league of women voters scheduled for 8 30 thursday night at the Home of mrs. Thomas p. Hurley will be held instead at the Home of miss Fannie Collins in Pownal Center. The Board will be completing work on the Quot know Pownal Booklet. Mrs. Jane Walsh of Pownal Center has been compiling a history of the Pownal for the past two years and has written a Book titled Quot Little Book of Pownal �?� Complete with foldout map. The publication is now on Sale in several local places of business including Gardner a store the country store and the Pownal View barn. Two More Pownal families have invited Young guests from new York City for two and four week periods under the Herald Tribune fresh air program. Earl Holman will be staying with or. And mrs. Leon Conquest of Middle Road and oujda Kirkland with or. And mrs. Thomas p. Hurley of South Pownal. The youngsters will be arriving in Bennington county this year july 20 for a maximum of four weeks. The deadline for placing invitations will be july i and further information regarding the program May be obtained by contacting mrs. Marcel a. Langlais local chairman or mrs. Fred Stacy of Shaftsbury county chairman. Court to determine toll Arlington Helene Thompson 375-2325 Cambridge . A the Calendar was turned Back too years sunday afternoon when the Cambridge firemen a auxiliary opened an anniversary week of festivities celebrating the Cambridge Village and Cambridge fire company a Centennial with a Tea. Waitresses and members were appropriately dressed in period costumes which represented the total female population of the area in 1866. From barmaids to Hussers and ministers wife to Bride each was costumed in the Correct dress. Many items were actually worn by the girls of that Day. Ninety auxiliary members from other area fire departments were guests. George Rouse and his daughter Susanne entertained with songs and several selections on guitar and accordian. Mrs. Grace Eaton of Shushan gave a pantomime entitled a a perfect 42.�?� m is. Stephen Ashton president of the local group welcomed the guests mrs. Leroy Portwine announced the entertainment and mrs. George Burch was in charge of the Buffet. Other festivities planned to celebrate the Centennial will take place thursday evening when a Large combined band will give a concert on the grounds adjacent to the old school and Village Library. The Public is invited. Kenneth Bovio school conductor will direct the firemen and school bands which will Combine efforts in this concert. Seats will be available and there is no charge. On Friday evening at the a a Green in front of the hotel Cambridge a fashion show of garments worn in grandmas Day will be offered. On saturday Cambridge will Host the Washington county firemen a Parade at 1 30 . And the line of March will end at the new school grounds. A concert will be held at the grounds immediately following the Parade and a barbeque supper by reservation will be held by the Mary Mcclellan Hospital auxiliary at the school picnic grounds. During the weekend an Antiques display will be held in Hubbard Hall location of which for the Benefit of those under 20, is Over Belles Village store formerly John Henry a. Some major work has been done on the Hall in order to open it to the Public. In Days gone by this Hall was the social Center for the Village of Cambridge. An invitation has been extended to All to attend the Public events june 9, to and la in the Village of Cambridge on its 100th anniversary by Village fathers the fire department town supervisors and businessmen. A Century old mrs. Paul Stefanovich Center displays a Well turned ankle shoe following a Tea last weekend that opened the Celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Village of Cambridge and the Cambridge fire department. Front Row from left mrs. Leroy Portwine mrs. Leroy Mac Dougal mrs. Harry Arnold mrs. Leon Gibbons mrs. George Burch mrs. Paul Stefanovich mrs. James Mccarty mrs. Arthur Jordan mrs. William Hatch mrs. Theodore Williams jr., mrs. Harold Fairbanks and mrs. John Mccarty Back Row mrs. Irving Mclenithen mrs. Donald Dusha mrs. Donald Watkins. Bates v i

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