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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 13, 1963, Bennington, Vermont News standoff for 36 years miss Marguerite a. Reid has managed the newsstand at the Equinox House in Manchester. Last night she was honoured by the hotel for her Long service. F nature was a three tiered cake Model of her stand made by Jacques Ngoua pastry chef at the hotel. Four other Veteran employees were also honoured total service 135 years. Equinox honors gracious lady by Nancy Otis Manchester a miss Marguerite a. Reid gracious newsstand manager at the Equinox House was honoured thursday by the hotel for 36 years of Bennington drive in open weekends . Sept. 13-15 two t ech co Loh hits Edgar Allan poems the haunted Palace Vincent Debra Price Page it Lon Chaney also Battle beyond the Sun incredible meteorite from Mars smiling service to its patrons. She was presented with a giant three tier cake an All edible replica of her place of business by Thomas Farley president who told miss Reid that a there is no one who deserves the Honor the cake perfect in every detail right Down to identifiable Candy newspapers was the work of Jacques Dugoua pastry chef at the hotel. Four other Veteran employees were present for the occasion. A you represent 135 years of service to the Equinox House a Farley told them. They Are mrs. Lillian Gardner auditor mrs. Ethel Robbins chief housekeeper Harry Mercier chief Engineer and George Anderson superintendent of service. Miss Reid who Hopes Shell never have to retire came to the Equinox House in 1927 after working at the Bon air Van Harte theatre Bennington it. Dial 2-4490 or condition by wed thru sat. Eve. 6 30 amp 8-38 p a. Columbia Pool up Wisest a i a Kohlman Nip of auction Birdie Toa a s drive ill la till f then re hot lunches the Dorset elementary school s hot lunch program is scheduled to begin on tuesday sept 24, following the school Holiday monday sept. 23. The program will be managed by mrs. John Kelleher assisted by mrs. Harry Sheldon jr., both of South Dorset. The two women have been associated with the program at various times during the past few years and Are familiar with the details involved in operating the lunch program. The Cost of the lunches will be 26 cents per Day or $1.30 per week unless there Are four or More children in one family when the lunches will be lowered to 20 cents a Day or $1 a week. Mrs. Kelleher is hoping that anyone who May have surplus vegetables in their Garden will remember that the hot lunch program could use them to full advantage. Such vegetables As tomatoes cabbages carrots beets potatoes or apples could stretch the meager budget. The vegetables would turn to Gold rather than be blackened by a Frost. Or. And mrs. George Coughlin arrived last Friday from Binghamton . To be at their Home in the hollow. Mrs. Coughlin More familiarly known As mos to Hootch this dictum is Tor adults Only tonight thru tue s., 7 Miesch company., Edward l Alperson jb6k Shirley Lemmon a Elfline Billy Wilder s Frima Douge technicolor pan vision Macasco thru in Ted artist Sophia Anthony Loren Perkins Amole leak s Hlls to Midnight co Stabb gig Toung Jean Pierre Aumont of to if thru Ulm to artists now open daily Imp Putney it where Santa Claus and his Reindeer spend the summer 20 acres of fun for the children min. Rr., roller coasters 18 attractions. . 5 interstate 91 Putney exit country dining Al its bes Jonfa fac Tea it the \ re a one is est a largest a and most modern restaurant country style Servings Humour Buffet it it before dinner a i thy s 15 it tree orc he s to full course Dinne i exception i 4 i e Al a us Oose from saturday y after dinner cordial up Wilities to 700 on Hie. 22 Debilt Augusta ga., one Winter for the late Andrew Martin manager at the Equinox for Over 60 years. She has also worked Here under Arthur e. Langdon a. Rea Ball and John j. Dewey. A they All treated me Well a she says. A i look Forward to my Job each for 15 years miss Reid operated a Winter newsstand at the Flamingo club Miami fla., but she is now associated with the Princess Martha hotel in St. Petersburg. She especially loves seeing the same customers year after year. A this Way i keep in touch with my miss Reid spends her off duty time in Manchester at the Home of or. And mrs. Paul h. Bullock where she s had a room a and privileges and been a like one of the family for Over 20 years. The neighbors All know when Spring has come because word gets quickly around that a Margie s Back a 302 Frosh due sunday at Williams Williamstown mass. A when the 302 members of the freshman class arrive at Williams College sunday for a six Day orientation they will have read three books following a custom initiated several years ago. The compulsory Reading books Are a the Oxbow incident by Walter v. T. Clark a the noise of solemn assemblies by Peter l Burger and a nature and Many a Fate by Garrett Hardin. The freshmen As a group will hear a talk on each of the books to be followed by discussions in Small groups As they meet later in their entries. A the Oxbow incident will be considered by or. Fred h. Stocking the Morris professor of rhetoric at a meeting monday night at 7 30 in Jesup Hall. Considering a the noise of solemn assemblies will be or. John w. Chandler associate professor of religion in a talk scheduled for 9 30 wednesday morning in Jesup Hall. A nature and Man s Fate will be the subject of a panel discussion at 7 30 . In Jesup Hall that evening by a panel which includes or. G. Lawrence Vankin assistant professor of biology or. J. Hodge Markgraf assistant professor of chemistry and John l. Pfaltz instructor in mathematics. The discussions replace the old system of wasteful trudging around the Campus and a Marathon of speakers. Retained Are essentials such As meetings with their Junior advisers All Day sunday and the first dinner meeting at 6 30 sunday night in Baxter Hall. They will hold individual conferences with their faculty advisers monday morning and then will report to the swimming Pool for tests in swimming proficiency. Other tests will be administered tuesday morning and that afternoon they will be free to watch a football game scrimmage at 2 30 against Bates. Dorset Marchen Skinner the former mrs. Edith Furbush plans to remain until the Middle of october though her husband must return to his Law practice at the end of the month. Miss Melanie Sheldon daughter of or. And mrs. Rex Sheldon of South Dorset left thursday for her first year away at school. Melanie will begin her Junior year of High school at the Rockport school for girls whose headmistress is miss Doris Wright. The school is located outside of Burlington on the shores of Lake Champlain. She will be one of the approximately 50 girls enrolled in the school and plans to continue the College curriculum which she pursued at Burr and Burton Seminary for the past two years. Also enrolled for her second year in the same school is miss Gret Chen Zentz daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Zentz of Manchester. Bayard Halsted son of or. And mrs. Osborne Halsted is spending a few Days in Dorset after his summer of working in a new York Law firm. On sunday he will leave for his third and final year at Harvard Law school. Miss Anne Shroder and her brother Jack Are Home for a few Days with their family or. And mrs. J. Ford Shroder. They have returned from their summer jobs in Montpelier and the Mojave desert respectively. Monday they will head West together dropping Anne at Northwestern University in Evanston 111. To Complete her senior year majoring in cartography while Jack will continue on to the University of Utah in Salt Lake City to begin his work toward a doctorate in geology. Tape week for some mothers this week has been name tape week As their sons prepare to return to their studies at the various boarding schools. Peter Skinner son of or. And mrs. Calvin Skinner with some misgivings As to the Date left today for his third year at the Berkshire school in Sheffield mass. Michael and Bruce Fay sons it or. And mrs. John Fay depart Over the weekend. Michael will Start his third year at the University of Vermont while Bruce returns on sunday for his Junior year at Phillips Academy at Andover . Robert Vassar son of mrs. Frederick Whittemore and William Parsons son of or. And mrs. Carl Parsons leave together tuesday for Exeter . David is to attend Emerson school and William Phillips Exeter Academy. Both boys return for their second year. 867-449u or. And mrs. Merwin Wells Are the parents of a baby son born monday at the Granville ., Hospital. The new baby brings their family enrolment to a total of six a four girls and two boys. Mrs. Wells and the baby Hope to return to Dorset today. Last weekend was a red letter Day for Albert Evans on the Dorset Field club Golf course where he made a Hole in one on the eighth Green. Or. And mrs. Peter Blodgett who recently purchased the Wallace Fahnestock Home in Dorset hollow Are Busy with paint brushes and Carpenter tools while waiting for a water pump to arrive. They have luckily discovered an adequate water Supply Only 8 feet under the ground and when their pump is installed next week they will move into their new Home. Mrs. Blodgett was the former Judy Mccormick of Manchester. Miss Gladys Lodge and Friend miss Myrtle Young took full advantage of wednesdays Bright Blue skies and brisk september air. They left Dorset at 8 . With a bag full of fresh Corn to visit miss lodges brother at their Adirondack Camp on Eagle Lake. Or. And mrs. Henry Kloman who have been living in Dorset for the last few years have recently purchased a trailer Home in the Richville area of Manchester. They with their daughter Patricia plan to remain in Dorset until november while making changes to their new Home. Core film to be shown Shaftsbury a the commission on Christian social concerns of the Shaftsbury methodist Church has invited the Public to a showing of a documentary film on the 1961 crusade of negroes and religious leaders to desegregate buses in Birmingham Ala. The film a Freedom ride a will be presented at 7 . Sunday at the Shaftsbury Church. The film was produced by the Congress on racial Equality and is narrated by Core National director James Farmer recently jailed in Louisiana during demonstrations in connection with a drive to Register negro voters. Also on the program will be films taken by local photographers during their participation in the aug. 28 civil rights demonstration in Washington. Poet William Jay Smith of Pownal will discuss the demonstration and its significance. A Good will offering will be taken. Counselling Aid education plan to be outlined Manchester a the first step in an Effort to educate the Community concerning the role of the Bennington county United counselling service in helping local people with mental and emotional illness will be taken next tuesday afternoon when or. Dorothy Hager of Bennington Speaks at a Tea at the Home of mrs. Berry Wall. Or. Hager president of the us will prepare citizens who will canvass the town in an october solicitation to interpret what is available to Manchester people in terms of help from the organization. Us officials feel that Manchester has not Only been remiss in bearing its share of the us financial Burden but also that townsfolk have not fully realized the benefits available to them. Everyone approached in the solicitation is urged to give the solicitors a fair hearing. As All human beings have mental and emotional problems anyone should feel free and a embarrassed to make an appointment with the us. A Counselor has been available weekly to Manchester and Dorset residents at the office of the Manchester welfare and nursing association and other help is readily available in Bennington. Zoning group completes draft North Bennington a the North Bennington zoning commission wednesday night completed the initial draft of a proposed zoning ordinance and map for the Village chairman Lawrence f. Powers has reported. Powers said the commission is now having about too copies of the ordinance reproduced for distribution to Village families. The commission he said will hold two Public hearings on the proposed ordinance probably within a month. On the basis of the hearings the zoning commission will prepare its final recommended draft for submission to Village trustees. The legislative body in turn will hold its own Public hearing after which it will prepare and adopt a final draft of the ordinance for submission to voters for their approval or rejection. The commission has been working on its draft since Early 1962 when it was created by trustees following voter authorization in 1961. Other members besides Powers Are mrs. Henry Gratton Carl Jolivette Lional Nowak and Arthur e. Wickenden. Manchester Nancy Otis 3621044 the Board of selectmen has called a meeting of the zoning commission for sept. 26 when the towns zoning ordinance will again be studied and revised for Public hearings in november and december. Anyone interested is Welcome to attend. At the meeting wednesday night selectmen gave official names to two More streets. The Road by the Homes of or. . Reoher and Bennett Beattie which extends from the crossroad Between its. 7 and 30 to the Morse Hill Road East Dorset will be called a wind Hill the Street in East Manchester extending from Rte. 11-30 to the Home of selectman Ferdinand e. Bongartz will be known As a Butternut Joe Heaslip son of town rep. And mrs. George Heaslip went on monday to Boston University where he will major in business administration. The four winds Motel on . 7 has been sold to Richard c. Bartholomae of Chatham . Bennington Banner Friday september 13, 1963-5 at Dorset Barry Dunleavey Fred Carmichael Tony Alyward and Elizabeth Franz Star this weekend at Dorset in photo by Carol Foster play lev Lew lighthearted a Miranda opens at Dorset theater by William Gubert Miranda a comedy opener last night at the Dorset playhouse presented by the caravan theater to run tonight saturday and sunday nights staged by Anthony Dingman with the following cast Betty Susan Kavalow Isobel Lambert Dorothy Lancaster lady Marten Judith Booth s in Paul Marten i red c Armie bae i Charles Barr Dunleavey Miranda Trewella Elizabeth Franz nurse Cary Patricia Carmichael Nigel Bood Tony Alyward a lighthearted comedy called a a Miranda is taking the fall chill from the air at Dorset this weekend. It s done in the quietly manic British manner slyly suggestive and casually witty and passes the time Well enough to be called amusing but not Well enough to be much More than just Worth the Effort. Miranda of the title is a Mermaid Only half human. In Betty Franz a hands she becomes something super human a fascinating Nymph woman with the Only real grasp of life a possibilities to be seen. The temptation is Strong on viewing this mediocre piece of lukewarm drama to wire Miranda wherever she is to come at once via the Hudson and Batten kill to a charming Vermont Quarry full of delicious Trout and Well populated by a vast assortment of people ready willing and Able to appreciate her unique Irres stability. Those Stuffy britishers squabbling Over the invasion of their Petty private morality Are hardly the proper introduction to humanity for a free swimming soul from one of the seven seas. A number of familiar car Avaner and three new additions to the company struggle manfully and woman fully with the current of a sluggish dialogue but the effect is Flat and there is a sigh of Relief when Miranda escapes Over a Handy embankment into the thames. Susan Kaslow is outstanding As the maid Barry Dunleavey of the sly worried look and gravely voice first rate As the Butler. Fred and Patricia Carmichael each contribute believable ii unexciting characterizations. Dor Othy Lancaster As the woman upstairs has a carefully controlled abandon and a Fine flair for the comic moment. Judith Booth As lady Marten carries almost the entire weight of the evening with Assurance and conviction especially noteworthy As the lines she is permitted to say have about As much imaginative writing per hour As a first Grade Reader. Tony Alyward As the artist Bachelor has a Fine naturalness and contagious by humorous Grin. What even the Best actors could do with scenes of such minuscule importance is debatable so Why worry. Relax and enjoy a pleasant two hours. Miss Franz almost makes it All seem worthwhile. Anthony Dingman directed As Well As anyone could and j. P. Murray created a simple colourful not unimaginative set. Patric Iozzo stage managed the show. Just follow the Atlantic Cable Miranda and done to worry about our Long cold Winters. You la be the hit of the ski season. I know a couple with an indoor heated Pool. Have you Ever tried Champagne with your goldfish the pow nub Vera Lingual 823-7716 27�?�x54 in scatter rugs�?~4.88 Levi Heo i 434 main Street Bennington phone 7-7133 the North Pownal fire department auxiliary held its first meeting of the season wednesday night when plans for the coming year were outlined. A food Sale will be held at the firehouse on sept. 28 starting at 2 . With All members to assist with the project. A drive for new members is underway and present members Are asked to each bring a Friend to the next meeting oct. 9. Refreshments will be served by mrs. James Mccaffery and mrs. Robert e. Rudd or. Rev. James h. Bagley pastor of the Pownal methodist Church has announced that his topic sunday will be a real Devotion can laugh away Church school classes will be resumed sunday morning at 10 30, following the regular worship service. There will be a choir rehearsal at the Church sept. 19 at 8 . And Friday sept. 20 the Christian advocates will meet at 8 . At the Home of or. And mrs. Jackson Ostrander. Sunday afternoon a group of official Board members plan to attend a training school for commission members to be held at the methodist Church in Bennington from 3 to 5 30. A caucus of the Pownal Republican party is scheduled for monday night at 8 in the town Hall. A chairman vice chairman and Secretary will be elected As Well As county delegates. Pharmacy is our profession serving you is a privilege Carrol drug store phone 2-6713 Bennington it. Boys 8 through 11 enter our punt passo kick Competition now october 11 is the last Day to sign up big prizes for boys 8 through la. You compete Only with boys your own age. No body Contact. free its fun free instruction folder a action pictures ring and Ford Tele viewer when you sign up bring dad. Get full details Wilson Ford fair Naum a Fini sir vice y Hunt strut it Nhi no on it i till Honi 441-6 75 he a h sip ill

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