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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 2, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Ftp Bennington Banner in rid a september 2, Dorset Marchen Skinner a 867-4490 1966 or. And mrs. Michael Fay have begun trekking their goods and chattels to Hardwick where Fay will commence teaching High school English the Day after labor Day. Miss Sarah Winter returned wednesday evening from Philadelphia a. Where she has been employed during the summer. She will spend several weeks with her parents or. And mrs. Gibson Winter before returning graduate Susan Ellen Pennock daughter of or. And mrs. Malcolm Pennock of Sunderland received her nursing degree aug. 21 from Mary Fletcher school of nursing where she is now employed. Miss Pennock is also a graduate of Burr and Burton Seminary. To her studies at Bryn mawr College. Or. And mrs. Kent Moore with their son Peter who have been visiting for the past week with mrs. Underhill Moore left Friday morning for their Home in Carbondale 111. Mrs. Samuel Earl who spent the summer in town left this week for Maine where she will be for the next to Days. Work session a japanese afternoon of fashioning 60 paper Flowers thursday was the project of the decorating committee for a an eve Nin with Pearl Buck at the Home of decorating chairman mrs. Frederick Taylor in Dorset hollow. Coloured tissue and crepe paper Staples paste and scotch tape were the materials used that will transform the Equinox hotels convention Hall into a vibrant fantasy Garden the committee included mrs. Michael Powers of Manchester mrs. William Gilbert of Dorset and mrs. John Shroder who is visiting from Utah with mrs. Taylor the chairman. Businessmen to discuss track formula Pownal a at the request of Pownal and other area businessmen a meeting with the legislative Council s subcommittee investigating the parimutuel racing tax formula has been called for thursday sept. 8, at 7 . At the Pownal Center town Hall. Anyone interested is Welcome. Pownal businessmen and others in the Green Mountain Park area desire to bring before this committee the Impact of the tax formula As it affects the economic development in the town of Pownal and its environs. Play reviews 4you can to take it with you cast at Weston needs to dig in you can to take it with you a play by George s. Kaufman and Moss Hart opened thursday night at the Weston playhouse to run through sunday at 8 30 with a matinee saturday at 3 directed by we Illiam Lacey setting by Charles Schneeweis with the following cast Penelope Sycamore Marian Blake Essie Rheba Paul Sycamore or. De Pinna de Donald Martin Vanderhoff Alice Henderson Tony Kirby Glenne Grant Deborah Cole Ted Henning Lee Sparks Peter Dee f red Ewers Harlan Grant Karen Carbone Robert Alfred Calvert Erie Forsythe Boris Kole Khov Gay Wellington or. Kirby mrs. Kirby three men Olga David Murray Linda Licklider Paul Menzel Jean Goodale Steve Pentek Gilbert Spaulding Craig Swart Jean Goodale Happy Welcome a new teachers in the Bennington Rutland supervisory Union Are shown holding a Welcome baskets contributed to them by Manchester area merchants after a luncheon at the Avalanche motor Lodge thursday of the Taconic teachers association. From left mrs. Karen Duffy Manchester elementary school Philip Lidstone Union District 23 John Schomacker it. Laurel school Robert Northrop West Rupert school Wendy Wadsworth Manchester elementary Mary Taillon Dorset elementary school William Barry Manchester elementary Seldon Brown Dorset elementary Roy it. Pleasant school Sunderland. By and Jeanette Ringheiser baskets Ful of Good wishes Welcome new North Shire teachers Paul Hurlburt Weston. George s. Kaufman and Moss Harts famous depression Era comedy a you can to take it with you a opened thursday night at the Weston playhouse. This play was masterminded strictly for laughs and no doubt was just what the doctor ordered for depression audiences. Even today however the play is frequently performed Weston is the third area theater to produce it this season with its cleverly contrived situations simple everyday humor and an entire cast of inherently funny characters a you can to take it with you remains a classic of its kind. Weston does a respectable lob in its rendition of the play though faults which have plagued Many Weston productions returned to afflict this one too. For one thing a play so full of fun and laughter Calls for spontaneity on the part of the performers but the Weston players take themselves too seriously and the result is a generally restrained performance. The lines Are faithfully rendered but somehow the spirit seems to be lacking. Another fault was self conscious acting by several performers. A a in a still me this is Only a part i am performing a the feeling is betrayed the minute these individuals walk on stage. The players should forget about what the audience thinks of them and try More to lose themselves in their roles. A of a Erich Forsythe As the Boyfriend whom Alice must introduce to her eccentric family was unconvincing in his proposal to the girl. If he loves Alice More than All the Rice in China either he a joking or there really Isnit much Rice in China. Forsythe will have to be the gushing excited Lover the Roll Calls for and less of a Gallant Prince charming at least in this scene if he is to fulfil the authors comic intention. The failure to exploit comic or poignantly dramatic situations is nothing new to Weston. It was repeated again thursday night. When Boris Kole Khov lands Alice s Boyfriend s father on the living room Rug he should tussle with him first and when Glenne Grant grabs hold of the Boyfriend to demonstrate dance step she should do it with verve. Some of the players failed adequately to convey the subtleties of their roles. Alice loves her family dearly even though they Embarrass her tremendously. This Cwi filet of feeling needs to be brought out. Olga the russian Duchess who works As a waitress in child a restaurant though fallen from her Royal status retains her regal Carriage but at the same time reveals Graceful humility and a warmth toward others a including Alice s unconventional no status seeking clan. These feelings too need to be More fully developed. _ of though nobody stole the show there were a number of Fine performances. Linda Licklider As the Drunken Gay Wellington performed convincingly Ina diff cult bit part. Fred Ewers and Deborah Cole As servants Donald and Rheba managed to Cap Ture the spirit of the play More than most of the others. Harlan Grant presided Over the clan in an accomplished fashion. And Jean Goodale and Paul Menzel developed their stereotyped roles As the sophisticated parents of Alices Boyfriend to a highly amusing degree. A you can t take it with you is the last show of Weston a 30th anniversary season. North Bennington Rood Bennington it. Fin a St instant Coffee to of. In a c Back to school shoes for boys and girls poll Parrot miss wonderful hand Fienberg 447 main St. Bennington it. Manchester a the Taconic teachers association of the Bennington Rutland supervisory District had its first meeting of the year thursday at the Manchester elementary school Here. Afterwards the teachers met for luncheon at the Avalanche motor Lodge where new teachers in the District were presented with a Welcome baskets from Manchester merchants. According to James West association president another organization meeting of the teachers group will be held at the end of september. According to West. The Mer the Pownal Vera Langlais 823-7716 weekend special Fried seafood combination 1.95 grilled liver amp Huron #1.95 both Complete dinners Vermont restaurant North Street Bennington it. I All photo finishing developing and enlargement work 20 off Kodak prices 6 different sizes 620 127 120 126 616 828 chairman William Frost of boy scout troop 347 executive committee has asked volunteers for the scrap Metal drive to meet at the Pownal tanning co. In North Pownal at 6 . Tuesday. Several parents and Pownal members of the Williamstown Little league attended the annual banquet tuesday night held at Baxter Hall Williams College. Francis Mcdonald District administrator for Little league in Berkshire county addressed the group and de Connolly of Pittsfield popular red sox Pitcher attended As a special guest. The following Pownal Young men have played on league teams during the past season Ted Church Perry a Agency Randy Moore Howard Johnson John Pudvar holy name Gar a Niles Howard Johnson Gerald Lacroix Lions and John rollers Lions. Or. And mrs. Richard Worden Hoosick Ealus Edith Beaumont 686-9103 school supt and mrs. Philip Leonard were guests of Honor saturday night at a dinner at Elway Pines in Williamstown hosted by their 12 neighbors on Estabrook Avenue. The leonards have purchased the Charles Hutton Home on Richmond Avenue where they will be moving later this month. The couple were presented with a handmade table Centrepiece. Or. And mrs. V. Briggs Shaw or. Of Church Street have ret Riv de from a two week vacation at Lake Bomoseen. The Weston Community club inc Weston Yaj playhouse to Ole too Weston Vermont thurs. Thru Sun. Sept. 1�?4 a you can to take it with you the celebrated Kaufman amp Hart masterpiece with Harlan Grant and another All Star cast have returned from Randolph to make their Home in North Pownal. Worden who has accepted a position at it. Anthony Union High school was a former instructor at North Pownal school and head of the physical education department in the Randolph school system. Chants who donated gifts to the Welcome baskets were Brewster and sons inc., Caine a Flower shop combination Cash store inc., Dellwood greenhouses factory Point National Bank first National Bank of North Bennington Garrow a variety store Heinelt a Horton plumbing and hardware co., e. J. Markey inc. And Mcwayne jewellers. Also the grand Union Purdys inc., Reeds store South Wicks ltd., the Hub Walker hardware Hill and Dale Vermont Bank and Trust co., Mark Skinner Library Gaudette a children a shop mad Tom books Quality restaurant and Center Cut rate. West said he was gratified at the generous responses. Record enrolment in Pownal As school opens too Early Pownal a school opened Early this year in the Pownal town District with a record enrolment of 304 pupils kindergarten through Grade 6. But Many expressions of dissatisfaction have been heard from parents teachers and students alike at the Early summer Start preferring if necessary for school to be extended a week later in june to cover the necessary 175 Days attendance. However All Are anticipating a North Bennington cub scouts in North Bennington a pack 328 have some tall fish stories to Tell these Days. Last week 23 boys with cub Mas Ter Joseph Curran visited the state fish hatchery in Bennington. Through the Courtesy of the hatchery manager Robert Kier the boys had an Opportunity to explore the Ponds and hatching basins and a look but done to touch to their hearts Content. Curran reports that a number of the boys who made the trip were new cubs who will join the pack when new Dens Are formed this fall. Any parents who have boys of cub scout age 8 to iov2 who May wish to get into scouting this fall Are asked to Civ tact the cub master at 4-9177. The boys have expressed their appreciation to mothers who provided transportation. Including mrs. Paul Becker mrs. Robert Lerner mrs. Robert Mackeand mrs. Mary Madison. Camp honors other news from the world of scouting includes the annual Camp week that troop 328, is a enjoyed at Camp Sunrise in Orwell this summer. Many of the boys who had a Chance to concen Elizabeth Dwyer a 442-4519 trate on scouting and fun for a full week earned a Large collection of Merit badges and other honors. Completing the mile swim were Alan Mcwaters Scott Tinney Jim Gratton Fred Driscoll Eddie Riley and Harold Henning sen. Those who earned the tote in Chip badges were Michael Moriarty Jerry Cook Keith Carroll and Riley. Most of the boys who took part in the expedition were Tenderfoot scouts who gained valuable skills that will see them Well on the Way to the next step in scouting. The local troop did Well in the aquatic races and were proud of their senior patrol Leader Alan Mcwaters who was tapped out for the order of the Arrow an Honor reserved for those whose contributions to scouting Are considered especially outstanding. In addition to those mentioned other scouts in Camp included Ronnie Shepard Bruce Mcwaters and Leslie Ester. They were accompanied by scoutmaster Harold Shepard. Sales person a full time Job a fringe benefits salary plus commission a will train furniture co main St. Bennington it. Dial 2-2540 Viet Nam hello Marine Lance Cpl. Bruce Mears of Arlington shakes hands with War touring Arthur Godfrey at Oran air strip in South Viet Nam where Mears is stationed As a Marine aviation technician. Mears sent this photo to his parents or. And mrs. Philip Mears of Arlington and noted on the Back that Godfrey was a a Nice frosts pharmacy North St. Dial 2-5980 Bennington it. Pied Cinel Patricia Fiat Micaael Cul Tahiti Tad amp Oudt a present thurs., fri., sat., Sun. Sept. I 2, 3, 4 Dorset playhouse Call 867-5777 to Reserve curtain in 8 40 . Manchester c i i Binghi Isi k p o Box Joe 362-2073 or 373-2m5 mrs. Lynn Averill former Community service chairman for the department of Vermont auxiliary vow and wife of the past commander of Harned Fowler Post 6471 Here won a Cash award last week at the National vow convention in new York City. Mrs. Averill won the award for leading the Only department in the country with a too per cent documented record of Community service work. She also won two other awards for Vermont auxiliary in the Northeast. Sunderland cd caucus set Sunderland John Keough chairman of the Sunderland town democratic committee announces that there will be a democratic caucus at his Home at 7 . Sept. 6. Harte theatre now thru sat. Show at 6 . Amp 9 46 Only daily mat. 2 . Double feature Mem presents am Ivan fors production Jim show at 7 58 Only a f ref most exc Iima took1 in fashion amp fun. M g m presents Vul in Pabis in pan vision Ano of trocolor a a breather Over labor Day. Seventh and eighth graders will be attending classes for the first time at Bennington High school As part of the it. Anthony Union District starting wednesday. An innovation this season in the local system is a kindergarten at the Center school taught by mrs. Patricia Gil with 52 youngsters enrolled. Attending the morning session from East Pownal and Pownal Center Are Paul Clark Joseph Houran Maryanne Brassard Dennis Brodeur Ricky Hayes Kimberly Roberts Bonnie Vien Wendy Mclenithan Peggy Barber Michele Freeman John Armstrong Danny Lucier Joanne Comar Pamela Gile Casey Mattison Robin Greene Kathy Lacroix Colleen Andrews Clifford Gaudette Lynn Hattat Cathy Gallant Leslie Ware Anna Shays Debbie Patterson Sidney Dufresne and Colleen Gray. Afternoon session pupils from North Pownal and South Pownal include Mark Andrews Pete Miller Alesia Beals Laurie Harrington Jennifer Tornabene Angie Lingner William Thomas Roberta Hurley Gail Hewson Brenda Burdick Lisa Bull Tammie Burdick Annette Pratt Paul so ii so in do Fie min Ting hanged Shushan . A a meeting called for sept. 6 to discuss Laws on dope has been changed to sept. 12, according to the Shushan Grange sponsor of the affair. Participants in the panel discussion which is open to the Public Are or. George Digman judge John Day Briggs the Rev. Robert Gardam All of Cambridge the Rev. Oliver j. Warren of Shushan and assemblyman Lawrence e. Corbett of fort Edward. Bennington drive in tonite-sat., sept. 3 ii their redo is violence their god is hate. The most terrifying film of our time they All themselves Quot the wild Angels starring Peter Eonda and Nancy Sinatra with members of Hellas a n gels of pc Nic California also Chris Steven Terri Terr Tifft Angela Messina Wright Jeffrey Miller Sweet Michael Harris Mason Terri Niles Baker Brenda Wilcox Chris George Irene Baker and William Freeman. At mid term the process will be reversed with North Pownal and South Pownal attending in the morning and East Pownal and Pownal Center in the afternoon. At Oak Hill two first grades and a special class taught by mrs. Margaret Rosenburg mrs. Barbara Roberts and mrs. Doris Guilmette have 54 pupils at North Pownal two second grades and two third grades taught by miss Florence Field mrs. Florence Harries mrs. Irma Shoff and mrs. Lynda Mosher have 84 enrolled at Center school two fourth grades with 44 pupils will be taught by miss Mae Bostwick and Richard Singleton grades 5 and 6 with 70 pupils on a rotating class basis with principal George h. Daley in charge of social studies and science mrs. Martha Rudd mathematics science and Reading and mrs. Ruth Mason English Reading. Spelling and penmanship Are also included in each of the classes. Special courses include physical education by Dennis Joy French mrs. Rolande Bruneau and music Theodore Cook. Mrs. Madalyn Green will again be school nurse. Shaftsbury fran Stacy 442-6524 town clerk Elizabeth King has announced that her office will be closed labor Day. I min 5 Lori to in it Thrall. Quot the girl getters j j a generation. Who try not to fall in love because its a a Square a. Who fall in love Beca use they re Young. These pictures Ark rec command i for adults. One Complete show at dusk . Feature first . Feature last Hal . Al Mil tonight thru tues. Euzabeth to Flor to in Ernest Lehman s production of Edward Albee s narnia of Virci Neinl la Algol 3 by i in it f \

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