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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 26, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Just poking around by Agnes Rockwood top recipe last year was a Chip preme Ham ingredients needed 2 c. Finely crushed potato chips 2 to sons. Salad Oil a c. Crisp Bacon minced vac sliced onion sauteed until soft i c. Cooked Ham Cut in thin strips i c. Swiss cheese grated a c. Raisins 3 eggs a tsp. Dry Mustard i c. Light Cream heated a tsp. Nutmeg. Preheat oven to 350. Mix i i cups potato chips with salad Oil and place in 8-Inch pie pan forming a crust. Mix Bacon onion Ham cheese and raisins and place in pie crust. Beat eggs and Mustard add hot Cream and beat Well. Pour into pie Shell and let stand to minutes. Sprinkle Nutmeg and remaining potato chips on top. Bake until the custard is set. Bennington Banner saturday june 28, 1985-3 Wornan s Oriel an artist and his work m. Joseph Midiere an Amateur artist with a seria Lity sits before one of his murals in the rain barrel. The picture is humorous French Post card. Unique per a copy of a Prandini m. Midiere s Art brings authenticity to a a Frances Corner of Bennington by Patricia Prandini North Bennington part of the unique atmosphere of France s Corner of Bennington the rain barrel is due in no Small part to the artistic efforts of Joseph Midiere father of the restaurant s owner Alain. Nearly anyone in the rain barrel for the first time immediately notices the fascinate murals and begins to study them. Yet few realize that the murals As Well As the menus Are painted by the senior Midiere who says he is but a an Amateur the murals Are copies of humorous French Post cards but the menus Are original. M. Midiere was born 70 years ago in Algiers where he lived until 1921 when he married his wife mme. Paula Valerie Midiere. He attended the College of Algeria until enlisting to serve in world War i. With mme. Midiere assisting this reporter s shaky French and her husband s rough English Monsieur managed to explain that his painting is Only a Hobby in which he has had More time to indulge since his retirement in 1961 from the French Bureau of finance in Paris. He had worked there since 1926. M. Midiere said he studied painting a Only in the College. After College i paint because i enjoy painting. I never paint in Oil Quot he continued. A i want to learn Oil m. Midiere also paints a number of cards with the rain barrel menu on them. These Are decorated with inked pictures of Chateaux in the famed Valley of the Loire River in France and Are Given As favors to Many rain barrel customers. A i prefer to paint nature Quot commented m. Midiere. A they Are not difficult like the portrait. It is difficult to paint the the Midler is Are an artistic family. Alain who runs the rain barrel is known for his artful pastries especially for the Vermont state cake which was presented to gov. Philip h. Hoff at the democratic Victory dinner april to. Monsieur s granddaughter Dominique Frassati the suf Cne this is the View of paran Creek from the Midiere front porch. M. Joseph Midiere captured the Tranquility in Watercolour. The Watercolour this is the Watercolour of paran Creek executed by m. Midiere from his porch on Prospect Street in North Bennington. The Amateur artist has improved nature by deleting several cables across the horizon. On enjoys drawing and painting too. She was a member of the Art class at Bennington Catholic High school before her graduation this month. M. And mme. Midiere had four children Alain John Rosette Trasatti and Monique who died when she was 22 years old. They have seven grandchildren. They said they like North Bennington and Vermont. M. Midiere thinks the atmosphere is perfect a for someone like me who is retired. You have the peace no noise everyone is Friendly. Paris in t possible now. It s for the Young people not the retired people. We like very much Vermont and these the Midiere Don t have any plans to return to France to live in the immediate future. A we have now our cards of immigrant Quot Monsieur said. A we can stay in America for the rest of our French Institute begins at Burlington French teachers from 16 states and the District of Columbia will arrive on the University of Vermont am pus this weekend for the Start of the seven week intermediate French Institute. The Institute runs from june 28 to aug. 13 and is sponsored by the language development program of the National defense education act of 1958. Or. Roy Julow associate per lessor of Romance languages at Ulm will direct the program. Or. Julow said that while 86 summer language institutes Are scheduled at various colleges and universities this summer to help improve the teaching of foreign languages the Institute at Vermont is one of less than a half dozen at the intermediate level since All participants have attended a previous summer French Institute. North Bennington Road Bennington it. Finast Spaghetti thin and regular lib. Pack 2-39 Call us for Motel furnishings and carpet let us give you an estimate furniture co. Dial 442-5346 825 main St. Bennington it. Forty teachers were accepted at Vermont from More than 250 applicants. Participants attending Hail from As far West As Hawaii and California As far South As Florida and from All of the new England states. Eleven vermonters Are enrolled. Or. Julow said the Institute will emphasize a total immersion Quot in the language with formal classes in conversation and composition civilization and linguistics. Modern teaching techniques supplemented by demonstration classes will be one of the features. French is the Only language that is to be spoken outside the classroom As Well As in. Participants will live in a University residence with native speakers and will speak Only in French. Colonie to open with a came Latham summer theater opens its eighth season july 6 with the Lerner Loewe production of a Camelot Quot starring Igors Gavon Judith Hastings and Jay Stuart. A Camelot Quot is the first of nine shows at Colonie this summer including a Ngigi Quot a a funny thing happened on the Way to the forum Quot a everybody loves Opal Quot a Mary Mary Quot a nature s Way Quot and a West Side from Falls Village Conn. Comes word that George Henry Soule jr., 78, of South Kent formerly on Bennington College faculty where he taught economics was presented the Community award of Merit in graduation exercises of Housatonic Valley regional High school recently. The award is presented annually to an outstanding citizen of the regional area. Soule was editor of the new Republic Magazine for 23 years. He is an economist and the author of a science of economics Quot of which a half million copies have been sold. Last tuesday a number of Federal excise taxes were slashed. Levies ended pm such items As handbags wallets cosmetics Luggage jewelry furs phonographs records radios and television sets musical instruments cameras and film household appliances and lighters and matches. Retroactive to May 15, the Federal tax on new automobiles was slashed from to to 7 per cent and the to per cent Levy on room air conditioners was eliminated. A of this was part of president Johnson a package of ways to give the Economy a boost and to stimulate business. Now i hate to be the one to throw a pair of Northern overalls into a tamale pie but i looked All around and i did t come up with one person who had rushed right out to buy a few diamonds a couple of rubies an Emerald brooch a Mink coat a Sable stole or for that matter a Skunk handled Bac scratcher. I did run into a couple of match buyers but neither they nor i had known there was a tax on matches in our livestock increases metropolitan papers this week announced that Mary Martin instead of Carol Channing will appear in the London production of a hello Dolly Quot to be presented Early next year at the Drury Lane. Carleton Carpenter of Bennington is with the touring company of the production which stars miss Martin. Announcement was made by Ben Washer miss Martins spokesman who said a the contracts have been the office of David Merrick producer of the musical confirmed it. Before going to London the touring company will play in Tokyo in september and in Moscow in november. The show was a sell out in Indianapolis where it played this week. Miss Channing who attended Bennington College had been slated to Start the London engagement in May or june of next year according to her husband and business manager Charles Lowe. He however acknowledged that miss Channing had not been signed for the London run. A of Ralph e. Snow of Batesburg s. C., formerly of Bennington son of mrs. Pauline Snow of main Street who is work standards Engineer at Westinghouse air Brake Plant in Batesburg was recently named a senior member of the american Institute of Industrial engineers with an a a Quot rating. This is the highest classification attained in the Aue. The former resident was located in Pittsfield mass., with a Runny a a Ltd a a a Mari fir i ass the general electric co. More i of in for it h Hoin Oil less. Than 25 years before joining Waco More than two years ago. A of As we mentioned once before the 8,000 girls who Are employed As waitresses at the More than 720 Howard Johnson restaurants Are going to have new uniforms based on a dior design. Howard b. Johnson president plans to reveal the new uniform in an Early autumn Issue of Vogue Magazine. This would be the first time in 20 years that the Howard Johnson uniform has had a change in design. In letters from Paris the girls were notified of the change and a second letter contained a Petite Bouteille of perfume a mme. now they Are anxiously waiting to see and Wear the new uniform inspired by a dior design. A of a let s have a Luau Quot is the title of a new handbook which includes recipes for hawaiian food and drinks that can be made from groceries available in markets Here. It also tells How to decorate the Home or Patio How to costume your guests and How to entertain hawaiian fashion. It is available from orchids of Hawaii International inc., 305 seventh ave., new York ., 10001, for a dime. A of it s that time of year again. Entries Are now being received in the 27th annual mrs. America contest and pageant but the postcard entry must be in the mail by july i. Applications will be received by return mail. The announcement from mrs. Amilee Thompson managing director of mrs. America inc., reads a any married woman who is 21 years or older and a citizen of the United states is eligible to compete for the title of mrs. America of 1965.&Quot women who do not know where to enter their state contests can facilitate matters by writing directly to National Headquarters 333 n. Michigan ave., Chicago 111., 60601, but it must be by july i. Mrs. Charles w. Rounds the former Mary Jane Andrews of Pownal Center is a former a mrs. and 93-year-old mrs. Rose Lindley Kent now of Manchester but a longtime resident of Dorset had the distinction in 1962 of being the oldest Ever to enter the mrs. America contest. As a result she received scores of messages from All Over the country and from abroad. Mrs. America of 1965 will be picked from among the state winners at the National pageant the week of aug. 22-29 in san Diego Calif. She will be chosen on the basis of homemaking ability participation in Community activities poise personality character and Good grooming the same As state winners. She will receive $20,000 in prizes and enjoy an exciting year of celebrity travel and glamorous activities. The sixth annual menus National cooking championship to find the country a Best male Amateur Cook and Crown him 1966 National Champion is now open. Sponsor is the potato Chip Institute International. Any adult male May compete for the coveted title which brings with it a $1,000 Cash award. Or the runner up awards of $750 for second place $400 for third and $200 for fourth. Cooks May enter As Many recipes As they wish for original dishes using potato chips As an ingredient. Professional chefs Are barred. More than 179,000 recipes were entered last year. All recipes must be sent in before dec. I to the menus National cooking championship 331 Madison ave., new York 10017. 36 by Carlo Wolter there were still patches of Snow on the ground when i returned from new York and the Winter clean up work which i had hoped to escape had t even begun. In fact i was left alone with the greatest part of it when Charles was recalled by the forestry department for Spring conservation planting of red Pine seedlings in open Fields and on tree Bare slopes. Because of constant stooping he came Home evenings Bent like a sapling. But we would t have exchanged the calluses growing on our hands for the most exciting evening in the City. Nor could anything have replaced the fascinating experience of lady s motherhood. Lady had grown into a Glossy furred Silky feathered Beauty. She was Strong and healthy and we Felt that nothing could go wrong. One afternoon in May she retreated quietly to the tent it it Vered platform Charles had built for her in a Corner of the garage and by night our livestock had increased by seven one Pound Irish setters. Two hours later there were eight. Nothing happened during the next four hours. Eight was the score we thought. A guess that s All Quot i said to Charles a lady can have some warm milk now. She s lady drank hastily whining softly As she emptied the bowl. Then sweeping her Brood into a Corner with erne Brush of her Paw she settled Down to have another Pup. But the Puppy did t move. She nosed it and pushed it like a cat playing with a mouse. The Puppy however remained lifeless. A that one is dead Quot i said regretfully a a lets take it however As my hand reached for it we were privileged to witness How a dumb animal copes with the intricacies of birth. Guide Hook of Liechtenstein new York a de scrip be photo guide and map of the principality of Liechtenstein printed in three languages English German and French is available by writing to the Swiss National tourist office to West 49th St.,new York City or 661 Market Street san Francisco. The guide lists landmarks historical information and its map clearly shows the network of roads within the 65-Square-mile principality. Work stoppages decline Iii 196a Boston mass. A fewer Man Days were lost As a result of work stoppages in new England during 1964 than in any year since the close of world War n. Wendell d. Macdonald regional director of the us. Department of labor s Bureau of labor statistics announced today that there were 273 strikes involving 63,930 workers and accounting for a loss of 700,000 Man Days Over the 12-month period. In Vermont there were 11 work stoppages involving 1,210 workers and 63,700 Idle Man Days. The excise slash by Jean Kassick lady moved the Puppy quickly to one Side. Then her front Paw shot out and tossed the Little body against the Wall. It was just like a doctor slapping a Newborn baby for the minute old Puppy cried loudly and darted for erne of his Mother s nipples. We knew nothing about raising dogs. As in gardening and Canning we consulted books on the subject. The books said puppies should be weaned at six weeks. But we weaned them at five. Maybe it was instinct. Because three Days before the weaning was completed lady suddenly grew ill and died. All that afternoon and night we watched helplessly As she slipped away despite a veterinarian s persistent efforts. We missed her terribly and the bewildered pups looked for their Mother everywhere. Luckily the new diet of Oatmeal pablum chopped beef diluted canned milk and eggs agreed with them. The pups dabbled about on unsteady legs falling Over each other. Playfully they grabbed a Long ear belonging to a brother or a sister and pulled it like a rubber band. They were comical As clowns. And they thrived. As they grew bigger they also grew harder to manage became More mischievous and eased the pain in our hearts for lady with their never ending antics. I la never forget the morning Charles let them in the House for the first time and 36 soft padded feet tumbled up the attic stairs and nine mahogany coloured pups bounced on my bed like Tennis balls licked my face pulled Down the covers bit my toes and snuggled up in my arms. And in time we became More and More attached to them. As a result we refused Many a Sale because the offered Home seemed unsatisfactory and i shed big tears whenever a Little setter departed with a new owner. We sold them All but one. Green Mountain lady was the image of her Mother. So we kept her. Butcher boy however resented her and growled whenever she came near him. But Little lady did t mind. She fraternize with the cats instead knowing that Butcher boy would fall for her sooner or later. Continued next week Eva starts to raise funds for Welcome Center Montpelier a statewide fund drive was organized this week to help raise Money to build a Vermont Welcome and information Center on the interstate Highway near Brattleboro. chairmen Are former state sen. James l. Oakes of Brattleboro and town rep. Lawrence e. Franklin of Guilford. Oakes said the project is spearheaded by the greater Vermont association and that division chairmen of the fund drive will set a goal and target Date at a meeting on Rutland july 7. No division chairman is listed for the Bennington area. The first place so that did no to count. I had been thinking of a Black Cadillac with Pink Interior myself but that darn tax held me Back every time. Actually the Only two that Ever bothered me particularly were the ones on handbags and on cosmetics. If they had labelled them As a taxes to raise Money to support the government Quot i might not have noticed. After All one does get conditioned to taxes in this Day and age does no tone but when they went and labelled them As a luxury Quot taxes that hit me right in the female solar plexus. A of i ask you what is so luxurious about a handbag where is a woman supposed to carry her stuff the women a ready to Wear Industry has never been kindly disposed toward pockets. Some years they put them All Over blouses jackets skirts Coats and Slacks but when you get them Home you discover they Are All fake. Other years they make them a mandatory fashion note but they Are either so Small that they would make an ant feel Claustrophobic or they Are positioned with the unerring judgment of an inebriated Grasshopper a up on a shoulder or Down around the hem. In All cases the Page of a fashion Magazine showing a dress with pockets will be followed by another Page warning women not to put anything in their pockets lest they either spoil the line automated . Bigger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. Of the garment or make unsightly bulges. What can really make you mad is when some a Friend Quot says you should take the stuff out of your pockets because its making an unsightly bulge a and you Don t have anything in the pockets to begin with they be never considered taxing men s trousers pockets and that s the same thing As a woman s purse. Well almost. A Csc and cosmetics. A luxury they had to be kidding. If we women had gotten together we probably could have repealed that erne years ago. A legislative sit in of a few Hundred women All without makeup would have probably convinced the solons of the absolute necessity of cosmetics. After All its not for ourselves that we smear that gook on our faces it s for the rest of the world that has to look at us. On the occasions that i have forgotten my lipstick i have had to fight off the offers of do goobers who insisted that they should Call an ambulance or at least a doctor and that certainly i should not be allowed out in Public in my weakened condition. When people just look at you and then walk off shaking their Heads it does make you wonder. A a a a i have no idea what actually makes the Economy run in this country of ours but of the president thinks that saving me a dime on my lipstick will help i m All for it. Now racing 6000 free seats monday thru saturday Aib c0n0ition10 club House dining room Only Flat racing in area no minors a omitted Green it on rsm nee., of wik Row Rhuia Moth we is a Ohhi striations 80? 823 7311 Post time 7 45 . Daily double twin double jockey jockey briefs to shirts Adams clothes shop a shoes too Quot free parking in rear of store save 100s of dollars available at Oneida Market 736 main Street routes 2 and 7 Williamstown mass. Good cheer Good food visit the longhorn room Steak or roast beef with salad potato garlic bread $2.95 a you never Hove it a so Good for a so Little open 6 Days a week a closed mondays Only

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