Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 15 1966, Page 10

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 15, 1966, Bennington, Vermont To Bennington Banner Widne Day june 15, 1966 a Flarv. Mary to Start Dorset s 18th Slimmer theater season Dorset a Fred and Patricia Carmichael have announced their 18th season of summer theater at the Dorset june 23 and running until labor Day weekend the schedule features a resident company in productions ranging from comedy to drama wit to intrigue revival to premiere. Jean Kerry so Mary Mary a starts the season june 23, 24, 25 and 26. The Broadway hit is the saucy tale of a a quite contrary Divorcee who reenters her former husbands life and turns it Topsy Turvy. The sparkling dialogue and hilarious situations miss Kerry a hallmark a Are at their height. To prelude the fourth of july Celebration the car Avaner Are reviving a a Thurber previously done in Dorset in 1963, it is a merry melange of skits featuring the sardonic wit of James Thurber As he looks at various aspects of american life and finds humor in All of them. A you can to take it with you enjoyed a successful Broadway revival this past season proving that Kaufman and Hart Are As topical and funny today As they were when they first wrote the play in the 30s. The Story of the Zany but loveable sycamores and their bump with the conventional world will be at Dorset in july. Following this classic american comedy comes erne of american drama. When Arthur Miller wrote a death of a Salesman a he not Only established himself As an important playwright but also jolted the world of dramatic criticism into a re evaluation of its standards. The play which caused All this juror however remains the touching portrait in depth of a Many a impotence in his own world. A never too late a by Sumner Arthur Long c it nes to int Dorset boards with Broadway and National tour rave notices behind it. When a Middle aged couple find themselves once More expectant parents the results Are hilariously wonderful and provide the Best in Light summer entertainment. Mid season brings a Guys and dolls a Frank Loesser a musical fable of Damon Runyon a Broadway for nine consecutive performances july 30-aug. 7. The comedy and tunes arise when the world of a smooth Gambler meets that of a determined soul saving lass from the salvation army. Neither world can resist the other and the unlikely combination yields delightful musical fare. For a change of Pace Joseph Hayes a the desperate hours is the tense suspenseful Story of a family held captive by three ruthless criminals As the police frantically attempt to locate them. Following it is a Billy liar a the wry character study of a Young Man who fabricates a dream world and causes endless confusion to family and friends. Next an aging show business couple find themselves engaged in a Battle of wits with unscrupulous foreign authorities in a the great their Spry Energy and Wacky mind Reading act Supply Many laughs in this old Lunt and Fontanne hit by Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse. The final show of the season selected for labor Day weekend festivities is a double in diamonds a premiere of Fred Carmichaels newest gambit into the world of sophisticated comedy. Quot double in diamonds Marks the 50th Premier in As Many years for Carmichael co producer of the caravan theatre. Shop Oneida steaks and save every Day top round top sirloin cube save 30< la. I Grade Bologna Salami Pickle Pimento Olive loaf Chicken Qai p parts Oral i breasts Back 59 legs amp thigh no in 49 backs wings livers backs gizzards 19 ground beef age 2 lbs. Lean Juicy ground Steak save 39< 2 lbs. 1.39 in 79 Ibio in 29 for your outdoor Barb que Center Cut Chuck Steak ,595 Blade Cut Chuck Steak j9t save 20< in new crop Golden cooking a a a onions 4 1.39 4 butter tj.�7 9 California Sweet Juicy Ripe cantaloupes California new crop Long White $1 of i potatoes io65 Georgia Golden Ripe peaches 414 9 Swift s Brookfield in. 75 Margarine 4 $��00 lbs. I Oneida bread 2 45 Rolls hot dog j or . 245 Wesson s Blue boy All flav ors aunt Jane s polish Dills mayonnaise49 beverages 6" r 47c i pickles 3$1 $100 Geisha mandarin oranges 2 -z69c 11 dog food tasty buy a dozen and get one free Del Monte Hunt s whole prize corn4�,8 5 apricots 3r 85lpot. Chips 45 Sterling Reg. Or iodized Salt 3.,. 25 sugar this week Only Domino Fox or Brown mix pm 6 .ii00 hoods All flavors off ice Cream you pay Coupon inside l/2 Gal. 88 Frozen foods Libby s lemonade 6i i59c awake a 9 spa Orange drink 3< �,75c Morton Cream pies each 29c Oneida markets 736 e. Main St. Bennington it. Store hours mon., tues., wed. 9 . To 6 . Thurs., fri., sat. 9 . To 9 . Health amp Beauty aids listerine Antiseptic Large Reg. 98< save 20< size Alka Seltzer Reg. 67< save 12< size vaseline hair Cream Reg. 49< save 30< 780 55c 190 co producers a Pat and Fred Carmichael producers of Dorset a caravan theatre will open the 13th summer season of the players this month. Their play Bill closes labor Day weekend with the Premier of another thriller by playwright Fred. West Arlington Sandgate Betty Trachte 375-2223 miss Fay has finished her first year of College and is now working for three weeks at the Brattleboro Retreat to meet the psychiatric requirement of her nurses training at Castleton nursing school. Miss Edith Edgerton of Albany n.y., and or. And mrs. Raymond Clark and family of Ludlow were at Home with their parents or. And mrs. James Edgerton to attend the reception for mrs. Mabel Cullinan sunday. They had their family fathers Day Celebration a week in Advance to be Able to Combine the events. The wedding of Sarah Woodman to John Morton Stopford saturday brought Many visitors to the area. The parents of the bridegroom the right Rev. R. W. Stopford lord Bishop of Lon Don and mrs. Stopford and the bridegrooms sister Catherine Stopford flew Here from London and returned sunday. Other wedding guests came from As far away As Japan and new Delhi India. Frequent local visitors who came for the Woodman Stopford wedding were or. And mrs. Birchard Hays and son from new York City who stayed with their parents or. And mrs. Manfred Ehrich. Hays is starting another summer of study at Columbia University. Or. And mrs. Watson Wykoff have come from Fairfax and or. And mrs. Sanford Kauffman from their Home in old Greenwich Cain. They have opened their Sandgate Home and expect to be Here often throughout the summer. 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