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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 4, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 6-Bennington Banner Friday october 4, 1963 boy scout Law to lost what it has. Harte theatre Bennington it. Dial 2-4990 now thru sat. Eve. Only at 6 30 amp 8 30 Doris James Day Garmer i Ross Hunter Artif Ifie thrill of it a in Eastman color unman a Arlene Francis special sat mat. At 2 of clock �?owatus1&Quot Bennington drive in . Oct. 4-6 Mads Samu a at 8f it d no Colt Bob Hope Anita Ems lolis Iordan also amazons of Rome Sylvia Syms coming oct. 11-13 for love or Money Kirc Kong is. Godzilla f n Iii a i i \ Al ii . North Hopeck win in. I tonight sat. Amp sunday Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont 686-5318 the town of Hoosick lions1 club will hold an auction on october 19. Donations of any articles for the Sale Are being sought. Anyone having donations to contribute is asked Socall William Sigalos 686-9500 and it will be picked up. John Keough is chairman of the Sale. Proceeds from the Sale will Benefit the organizations Community endeavours. Frank Buswell president of the group has announced committee appointments for the coming year As follows boys and girls work a Michael Mahoney William Rourke Harry Highfield Robert Hall. Civic improvement and Community betterment a George Scott Paul Laporte John Keough Leo Albowicz. Attendance a William Sigalos Edward Baker. Constitution by Laws and incorporation a George Dougherty George Holbrook finance a Joseph Buckley Donald Smith membership a Ben Harrison William g. Burns Michael Mahoney program and entertainment a Donald Bogardus Donald Bradley Eye Glass collection a Donald Bogardus Howard o Brien Parade float a Robert Hall Michael Mahoney tiny Sargood inter club a John Liporace. At last nights meeting Robert Mihuta of Hoosick personnel manager of the Union Carolda parents can put it to sneaky use restraining recalcitrant youth jailed in Hoosick Falls for murder in the court trial Story of the play a night of january 16th�?o which will be presented tonight and saturday night in the Hoosick Falls Little theatre Peg Fleming of the Little theater stars As the accused Karen Andre posing Here in her character role. The three act play directed by Bon Badgeley unfolds the happenings of the night of january 16th through the accounts of witnesses who appear to testify. A jury of 12 persons will be called from the audience on a voluntary basis each night to decide the verdict and the ending of the Story offering a unique audience Appeal. Happy with Eagle Square the Eagle Square co., is a the Good relations that have predated up Stockbridge Way. Apparently existed Between Here a what the White River townspeople and the Eagle Square Valley Herald of Randolph. It. Company were evident in the tone had to say in a recent editorial of the remarks by company of Stockbridge citizens and the facials present at the meeting and Eagle Square manufacturing by townspeople. Company gave a Good Demon fair proposals were made on Stratton of constructive co opera both sides they were endorsed Tion in solving a Community and by the special meeting and As a a business problem in Stock result there is an excellent Bridges special town meeting Chance that the company will relist Friday night. Build in Stockbridge where it will the question was As to what continue to contribute to the area the town of Stockbridge could Economy. Within reason do to encourage Hie the company declined a Sug Eagle Square company a subs Gest Ion of tax exemption which diary of the Stanley tools com at least some in the town were Pany to rebuild a Plant in Stock ready to Grant. It asked Only Bridge to replace that destroyed that the company s property tax by fire three weeks ago. Be stabilized for a ten year period the Plant was a Small one at the $1300 annual tax which the but the 20 to 30 jobs it provided company has been paying. In the Woods and in the Plant on their Side Stockbridge Vot Are important in the Stockbridge ers authorized the selectmen to Pittsfield area. There Are not so spend up to $5000 to Purchase Man employment opportunities a new location for the Mill in a Rara area that it can afford Grade it and Drill a Well. Stockbridge is a Small town and the Eagle Square company is not a Large company but both last Friday night demonstrated How a common problem of importance to the Community can be solved in a constructive Way. Dorsi Soldier i to Lotc r iou a St army pvt. James b. Shields 23, son of mrs. F. D. Giddings East Dorset completed a five week helicopter maintenance course at the aviation Center fort Rucker ala., sept. 20. During the course Shields received instruction in the maintenance of single engine helicopters. Son of John m. Shields Pittsfield Maine he entered the army last april and completed Basic training at fort Dix . Shields is a 1958 graduate of Burr and Burton Seminary High school Manchester and attended the University of Vermont in Burlington. Before entering the army he was associated with . Giddings plumbing and heating in Manchester Center. North Bennington a with the annual fund Campaign of the Green Mountain Council boy scouts of America about to be launched on sunday it is in order to assess the value of the scouting program to those who perhaps Are most concerned with turning enthusiastic Little boys into mature and useful citizens their parents. In the years the boy scout program has been in operation in America no doubt millions of mothers and fathers have listened with Pride and maybe a Little Lump in the Throat to court of Honor ceremonies and cub scout pack North Village school Pat meets tuesday North Bennington a parents and friends of the North Bennington school will have an Opportunity to meet All the teachers in the school at the first meeting of the local Parent teacher association scheduled for next tuesday at 8 . In the school gym. A feature of the evening will be a pie auction and faithful Pat members have been asked to bring pies for the auction. Funds realized will go to the association Treasury. The program for the evening has been titled a where did we get our school a and promises those attending some interesting and valuable information presented in a novel Way. Parents of All children in the school Are invited to attend this first Pat meeting. It is hoped that Shaftsbury people whose children attend will feel themselves a part of the North Bennington Pat group and come Down to meet and Greet their neighbors. North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4518 car Wash anyone among us who would like to drive out to look at the foliage sunday in a clean and shining car can do so by leaving said car to the tender mercies of the new senior girl scout troop Here who will conduct a car Wash saturday from to to 4 at Moriarty a filling station on Bank Square. This is the first of several projects the girls Are planning to raise Money for their uniform fund. The North Bennington congregational Church will observe world wide communion sunday at la . The meth con youth Fellowship of the North Bennington congregational Church and the Shaftsbury methodist Church will have a special youth communion sunday evening at 6 30 . In Shaftsbury to commemorate world wide communion sunday. North Bennington members should be at the congregational Church by 6 15 . For transportation. Church school classes at the congregational Church began last sunday with classes for adults youth and children. Anyone who will have had his fourth birthday by Jan. I is Welcome to attend the school which this year is using an entirely new curriculum prepared by the United Church of Christ. Besides the Church school there is a Nursery for Small children of parents attending the regular la . Service of worship. Linda Briggs was welcomed Back to the second Grade in the local school this week. Linda is on crutches because of a leg injury she suffered two weeks ago when she had the misfortune to run into the Side of a moving car on her Way Home from school. Or. And mrs. Virgil Nadeau have sold their Sage St. Home and gone to live in Alton va., mrs. Nadeau a former Home. The new owners Are or. And mrs. Alan Dunklee of Bennington. Or. Dunklee is manager of the Prospect it. Ski area in Woodford. Miss Catherine Corcoran principal of spent last weekend at Wentworth by the sea in Portsmouth n.h., where she attended the october conference a gathering of invited educators in the entire new England area. The theme of this years conference was a education for 1980,�?� which miss Corcoran said she found a refreshing change from Day to Day coping with education in 1963. A til Akcel present Norman Krasnay a Madcap comedy hit Quot sunday in new York thurs Fri sat october 3,4,5 Dorset playhouse Call 867-5777 to Reserve curtain 8 40 pm campfires in which their offspring stand straight and tall and clean without Advance urging on the part of the parents. Smart parents might listen More carefully to the traditional scout promises and scout Laws repeated on these occasions and put them to sneaky use in their own efforts at proper upbringing of the a recalcitrant Young. A a scout is trustworthy and this one the Wise Parent can find useful in Many a situation. A the is helpful Friendly a that one can be held Over the head of the scout in the event that chores need to be done some semblance of manners and civility required. A a scout is kind obedient cheerful a that part of the Universal Law to which Young scouts Promise fealty opens whole new avenues of coercion to parents whose children get caught hitting Little Brothers kicking the cat or perhaps perpetrating forbidden deeds. A a scout is most of them Are Thrifty with their own Money but this part of the scout Law might be useful to parents in persuading their youngsters to be a Little careful with Papas hard earned dollars too. A a scout is they All think they Are but a lot of them Are pretty scared Down deep inside when faced with some situations and parents could perhaps quote the scout Law along with other Means of encouragement. A a scout is clean a that one should be greeted with Joy by parents who have struggled for years to convince Young males that clean hands and face Are not required just out of whimsy. And finally a a scout is could Point the Way for parents in guiding their children toward adherence to their own particular Faith and also toward a respect and understanding of the beliefs of others in their world. Parents have cause to be grateful not Only for the guidelines set up for their boy children to follow in scouting but to All those volunteers who give hours of precious time As scoutmaster troop committeemen and adult leaders of a nation a children. A boy scout does not spend All his time helping Little old ladies across the Street nowadays most Little old ladies Are driving their own cars nor rubbing two Sticks together to make a fire the match was invented some time ago. They do however learn Many useful and Joyful things a How to take care of themselves in the Woods and forests How to Cook How to enjoy handcrafts How to a a belong to a group of boys Bent on learning but having fun while learning. The boy scout program is not necessarily a sure cure for potential delinquency or waywardness a it fortunately cannot reach All the children who need a healthy outlet for their energies. However instead of hand wringing and moaning about the terrible conduct of Young America those in the boy scout program Are attempting to do something constructive about it. Parents and All friends of our nations future manpower could at least do their part by supporting the program in any Way they can. A red carpet supper at Readsboro Readsboro a first Baptist Church members will Roll out the red carpet to Welcome All travellers who Are passing through to enjoy the vivid foliage in the area. Tomorrow a from la . To 7 . The first Baptist Church on main Street will hold a Church fair featuring Sale of jams jellies handmade and hand knit items potted plants vegetables crafts and Driftwood Etc. There will be a snack bar open All Day in the basement manned by the teen agers of the Church where the fair will be held and Pony rides will be Given to children by Willard Christensen on ponies donated for the Day by Wendell Morse of Whitingham. A Ham supper will be served beginning at 5 . And another serving at 6 30. All proceeds of the fair and supper will be used to pay for the churches new red carpet just Laid in the Church proper this past week. Those who wish to donate or learn details May Call any member of the committee which includes general chairman mrs. Gilbert Sprague mrs. Donald King mrs. John Birch sr., mrs. Richard Phelps mrs. Llewellyn Sprague mrs. Forrest Hicks and mrs. Willard Christensen. The Pownal Vera l Langlais 8237716 the Wesleyan class will meet on Friday oct. La at 8 . At the Home of or. And mrs. Harry w. Beals or. Arlington Eleanor Albee 3756883 Fred and Adeline Naes who have been in the mercantile for the past five years today held a grand opening of their new variety store purchased from mrs. Wilbur Corey. The grand opening will continue tomorrow and sunday. Wilmington Dover Denise Allen All boy scout solicitors Are requested to meet in the Baptist Church vestry sat., oct. 5 at 2 . Rev. J. Reginald Martin Campaign director and boy scout Leader announced that All soliciting will be done during the hours 2 . And 4 30 . On sat. Mothers club will meet monday at the Baptist Church vestry at 8 . The program will be a birthday party. All members Are requested to bring baby or child snapshots of themselves and an article birthday gift wrapped to be auctioned off. Plans Are being made for the Home demonstration annual autumn tour for Friday morning. Village trustees will hold their monthly meeting monday at 8 . At the town offices. At Middleton Hospital Middle to 48892 ton Conn. A son Alan Sherwood v As born sept. 30 to Martha crafts and Sherwood Pardee of Guilford Conn. And Londonderry it. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. J. Burton crafts of Wilmington and mrs. Marian Pardee of old Saybrook Conn. Mrs. Meda crafts is the baby a great grandmother. Thirty five attended a Surprise Shower honouring mrs. Reginald Martin tuesday night at the Baptist Church vestry. The party was sponsored by the Baptist ladies Aid and the evening Guild. Refreshments were served by Bertha Boyd Marie Taylor Thelma Boyd Helen Worden and Barbara look. A Cradle decorated by Phyllis Dunn filled with gifts was presented to mrs. Martin. There will be an episcopal service sunday at 8 . At Grange Hall. Rev. Donald Webster Bennington will officiate. Girls open tonight skirts it a 7 a a wrap arounds Kilts pleated coordinated skirt sets drysdale5 free parking armory lot next door s0uth6rn Vermont a a it it la wifi it y Manchester be or Vermont presents two spectacular Art shows 7 the annual exhibition by new England and new York state artists also natures annual f All exhibition featuring the Eastern slope of Equinox Mountain galleries open daily 10-5, Sun. 1-5 _ admission fifty cents sunday seduction scene from a sunday in new York Quot at Dorset playhouse this weekend starring Lynette Mettey and Tony Aylward. Photo Foster play review play at Dorset refutes Coffee times history sunday in new York by Norman Krasna opened last night at the Dorset playhouse presented by the caravan theater to run tonight saturday and sunday nights staged by Patricia Carmichael with the following cast Adam Taylor Eileen Taylor Man w Oman Mike Mitchell Russell Vilson Barry Dunleavey Lynette Mettey Patric Lozzo Judith Booth Tony Aylward Fred Carmichael by William Gilbert Wuen this fantastic Century is Over and anthropologists turn to us to find out How we lived thought mated and died they might do Well to examine a persistently mindless and endlessly fascinating theater piece currently on View in Dorset called a sunday in new a Hundred years from now there still May be a persistent Rumor Well documented i am sure that sunday is the then thriving Metropolis of new York were usually spent Over endless cups of Coffee and the times fighting the perhaps accurate illusion that life in the biggest City in the world had for one Day out of seven totally disintegrated. Norman Krasnay a hilarious expose of the Day of rest and gladness should be exhibit i in any historical period study too years from now. It shows conclusively that Many people particularly the Young spend sunday in new York developing a variation of an Art which has come to be thought of As the exclusive property of 17th Century England or France or Bali for that matter. I refer to the Art of seduction better known As the incredible amazing frightening exhilarating and thoroughly novel experience of falling in love. No theme is of course so Central in the social Structure of an age and no age has let its own particular contributions go unrecorded. Thanks to or. Kresyna the 20th Century at mid Point will be Well represented and a charming addenda to the american Way of life will live forever. Lynette Mettey plays the puzzled Virgin in this frankly unsophisticated Paylette As though the part were written for her. She is fresh natural charming engaging attractive slightly confused eager and besides this Young Gay provocative and entirely capable of Loving and being loved. The sunday she Falls in love and the Guy who unexpectedly hitches his Wagon to her Star plus a brother who Over protects and a Fiance who Over clutches Are All part of this not so sociological study which makes one wonder Why Margaret Mead Ever set out for Samoa. Barry Dunleavey is the brother a Pilot of planes and of virtuous Sisters in a pure unabashed characterization of uninhibited concern. Tony Aylward is the perfect embodiment of a Young Man who does not intend to wrong anyone particularly not a pure Type of girl who nevertheless celebrates his Way into an apparently lifelong relationship. He too is completely charming casual occasionally distraught and always moment by moment believable. Fred Carmichael is the Over muscular boy Friend who loses and Judith Booth and Patric Lozzo Complete the cast with Gem Quality bit characterizations which both they and the audience thoroughly enjoyed. Patricia Carmichael staged this miniature extravaganza with a wide open imagination and a Battery of lights and sound effects that would do Justice to a to spectacular. Hoosick Ada m. Steer 688-7275 mrs. Harrison j. Philpott and mrs. Charles e. Breer visited mrs. Albert Sable in Boyntonville on saturday. The crusaders class of the Baptist Church enjoyed its annual dinner and meeting at Wal lies restaurant wednesday night in Greenwich. Or. And mrs. Harmon Madison and daughter Lois of Buffalo visited mrs. Madison a sister mrs. Anson r. Norcutt sunday at the Home of mrs. Harry c. Bratt. Millard Foland and son Larry Mother mrs. Ethel Foland of Jonesville mrs. Eugene Hammond son Horace and Helen Crandall of Grafton were sunday dinner guests of or. And mrs. George Rifenburg. The Hoosick Grange will sponsor a dance saturday. M anniversary Sale 9�?T or 12�?Twidth carpet twist fabric charcoal Gray 95 a q. Cd. 5 Home furniture co. Dial 2-5346 525 main St. Bennington of Xii Adda touch of spice. Emphatically i a a to i i a a to your life with our Peppery Herb Garden print. A too drip dry Cotton with pointed Collar and Long barrel cuff sleeves. In oregano Green Curry Brown poppy seed Gray or Peppermint Blue. Sizes 8 thru 18. Rho emphatically. A shapely classic. Of of we Tjui but Ukiu hotel Putnam bldg. I Bennington Jtb colonial shopping ctr. Williamstown. Mass. Its the most Robert Greene a Mobil weather Matic heating service its As even As the screen pattern at the right nothing erratic about it. Robert Greene Mobil Miff a bl1 111 jul sol Lur Volt us 912 county St. Dial 442-2705

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