Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 16 1966, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 16, 1966, Bennington, Vermont On furlough Arthur Magoon son of mrs. Vera Magoon is spending a 10-Day furlough at his Home in Winhall having completed seven months of training at fort Bragg n.c., with the 519th military intelligence. He is scheduled to be shipped to Viet Nam Early next month. Murry of Hoper wry Lio ear Rotert a or. And mrs. Merritt e. Morey will celebrate their 40th anniversary june 19 at an open House Given by their children at the Rupert congregational Church from 2-4 . All friends and relatives Are invited. A purse will be presented at the Celebration. The moneys were married Here june 24, 192g by the late Rev. J. D. King. Shaftsbury troop 331 news notes but John Ole troop scribe at a recent meeting of troop 331 attended by 21 boys Arthur Jones spoke on american hags and Tom farts quoted writings on the life of the Flag. Since the troop is Selling flags to raise Money for much needed camping equipment scoutmaster Henry freely announced that the patrol Selling the most flags will go on a camping trip to fort Ticonderoga. The flags incidentally Are three feet by five feet with a six foot aluminium pole an Eagle and a Holder which Sells for $4.70. Those interested in further information Are asked to Call 442-9425. All orders will be delivered before july 4 and the buyer is asked to pay upon delivery. The Catholic convocation will be held near Burlington this weekend. Boys who will attend Are Timmy Wansbury Mark Boutin Joseph Baldwin Tim Baldwin Searle Allen and John Cole. Bishop Joyce is expected to be present. Cole will appear before a Board of review for the Catholic award and Altare Dei badge. Scoutmaster freely said our Catholic boys Are to make a shrine at the convocation but Only from natural materials. A rope and a knife can be used. Registration for Camp Sunrise has started and Green bar Camp Money paid. Perry Boup Ion and Keith Harrington received registration cards for this year. It was announced that David Mattson will take the place of Ronald Stufflebeam at Green bar Camp. The meeting was att journey by the service patrol headed by Ricky Harrington who had the troop form a Circle and recite the scout Laws. Following the meeting Robert Fletcher took members to boners Observatory. Automated . Bigger buying Power super super Market depot Street. Bennington it. Help support the. Boy scouts Only the Shaftsbury boy scouts Are making a House to House canvass soliciting orders for american Flag sets the proceeds will be used for much needed camping equipment. This set contains. Fast color Cotton Valley forge 3 x 5 Flag with 50 stars amp sewed stripes. 2 piece aluminium poles mounting brackets and Eagle. For phone orders dial 2-9597 notice Bennington Lions club annual auction will be held saturday june 18th, 10 . At the Johnson Oil co. Lot 99 no. Bennington re. New and old merchandise will be offered refreshments will be served Winhall Bennington Banner thursday june 16, 1966-9 Joan Pape David Ackroyd Philip Polito Williamstown non kit july actors named Williamstown mass. A the three non equity members who will be part of the 15 equity and non equity actors of the Williamstown theatre s resident company will be Joan Pape David Ackroyd and Philip pol to it was Anik it unwed today by in Kos spa Haropoulos executive director. They Are among the 4,000 who applied for the company. Of these 200 were auditioned and 30 were called Back for final readings before that number was Cut to half. They will arrive in Williamstown saturday with the first rehearsal scheduled for sunday in preparation for a you can t take it with you Quot july 1-9, under the direction of spa Haropoulos. Miss Pape joins the Williamstown company after stage experience which began at the age of 13. She has had leading roles at the wiil Way theatre and Black Hills playhouse and has gained television experience on Colw to Ontario woj to Detroit and in he to new Haven. Miss Pape has a . From Purdue University and has most recently studied at the Yale school of drama. She holds the distinction of having been directed by both Guthrie Mcclintock and Harold Clurman. Ackroyd an acting student at the Yale school of drama graduated from Bucknell University in 1962. After a Brief stint at Rutgers University school of Law he entered the . Army with his wife and devoted the majority of his off duty hours to the fort Hua Chuca Ariz entertainment workshop. During the past year at Yale he appeared in Quot the Good lieutenant Quot Quot the beggars opera Quot As Ber aide in Quot the imaginary invalid Quot and Montano in pol to has a number of diverse roles behind him such As the cowardly lion in Quot wizard of of Quot Fancourt Babberl in Quot Charley s aunt Quot Anton Schill in Quot the visit a argan in Quot the imaginary invalid Quot and Tartuffe. Earlier he appeared with the Mcpherson theatre in Illinois and had extensive experience in nightclubs and revue performances. He has a . In Fine arts from Illinois Wesleyan University and is a Cai it dilate for the master of Fine arts at the Yale school of drama where he first acted for spa Haropoulos in a production of Quot peer John o. Slade 824-6619 or. And mrs. William Connolly had a Camuy dinner party sunday in Honor of their son Dennis Fenno who recently came from Viet Nam to spend a furlough with his family. Also attending were or. And mrs. Jackie Connolly mrs. Richard Root of Bennington and miss Bernice keys of Manchester. Benjamin s. Douglas and his sister miss Sarah Douglas of Wolcott Conn., were at their place in the Vul age which has recently been sold to mrs. William t. Andrus of East Hartford Conn. Or. Douglas is getting belongings in readiness for an auction Here july 2. Guests of or. And mrs. Wll Liam Connolly during the weekend were James Chounard or. Of Chicopee Falls mass., or. And mrs. John Bushee of Manchester and or. And mrs. Mer Rul Roberts. Norman fair chairman of the Winhall Board of selectmen has reported that Elmer Argast has been appointed to the office of selectman on a temporary basis to Ful a vacancy caused by the resignation of Carrol Ford. Chester p. He Sham reports a Reading of one and one Quarter inches of rain was registered in the rain gauge at his place As a result of last Friday s Shower. This is the most rain he has registered in the gauge for any Shower in the past three years he says. Summer residents who have returned recently Are mrs. Ethel Van Emden of Brookline mass. Who arrived at her place in the Village Friday. Mrs. Josie Armani and her companion mrs. Maria Barros of new York City have arrived at her place on the River Road. Peru Alice Dibble 824-340? the Turkey shoot sunday in Ray Farnum s gravel pit sponsored by the Peru fire dept., was a great Success netting the fire department $100 from participants and $29 from refreshments sold by the women. Mrs. Avail Crandall was in charge of the food assisted by Evelyn far Ming. David Farn urn was in charge of the shoot. Stewart Beattie graduated from Burr and Burton Seminary sunday. His plans for this year Are to spend the summer on the farm in Peru and in the fall to enter Vermont technical College at Randolph. Madkour s i Central Market main St. Bennington it. Weekend specials. F 1.99 39 89< 69< . Wilson ,. In Franks a i Armour picnic hams i local fresh med. Size eggsd.,. Armour Chicken breasts to a Turkey breasts not. Open sunday 8 . To i travellers or. And mrs. Robert Gibbs of North Bennington stride up the gangplank of the . Nieuwe Amsterdam on the first leg of their Continental tour. Tour the Netherlands Scandinavia gift suggestions for fathers Day watches electric razors rings portable to clothing shoes slippers radios Many other items to select from easy payment plan Fienberg 447 main St. Bennington it. True no Frost refrigerator of in outstanding Price in is a r i i 14.2 cd. It. Refrigerator Freezer no defrosting mess in the refrigerator or the 105-lb. A Zero degree Freezer a Bushel size sealed twin crisper a Handy Glide out shelf e super storage door with Hilt in butter keeper and egg Racks. Run item i no Pok and 320 Elm Street phone 442-51 31 Bennington it. Continue up from new Post office North Bennington a or. And mrs. Robert Gibbs of College Road Are on an extended vacation trip abroad. They embarked in new York aboard the . Nieuwe Amsterdam May 20 and expect to end their tour in London july 2. Word received from the Gibbs sent to the Bennington travel Agency who arranged the tour reports they had a smooth voyage with Only two foggy clays and one Rainy morning. They arrived in Rotterdam memorial Day and were in Amsterdam at the time the letter was written. They expected to arrive in Copenhagen june 3 and on june 9 were to take the four Day Quot fairytale tour of Denmark Quot by motor coach from Copenhagen to Aalborg. This week they were to take another coach a gota canal boat tour starting in Gothenburg and terminating at Stockholm. Their itinerary then includes the Quot swedish Lakeland tour Quot from Stockholm to Oslo and afterwards the six Day Viking tour of the fjords Oslo Bergen. They depart from Bergen july i aboard the . Leola and will arrive at Newcastle the next Day going by train to London. Action pos Timi 7 45 pm daily double twin double cock wow cat Ween Nom pm i. 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