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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 14, 1963, Bennington, Vermont A woman s world overheard at the track a my that a a pretty a Honey you done to bet on a horse because he s a see i told you he was a pretty a yeah i know. But according to the a Telegraph a he do a kick me. Go ahead. Be my guest. I liked that horse All along. According to the charts he was a dog. But darn it i liked him. But did i play him of no. $48.40. Ohhi huh. Kick me will you a a there Aren t any a what a a a they re All a gee we re not that late. You a think a big outfit like this would print enough programs on a saturday whee. Goody a whoopee a what Are you jumping up and Down a a that was our horse that just won Wasny to it you said you were going to play him. You did did t you dear a a Well a i a you see a i changed my mind when i got up to the a touch. What re you poking me a a look Over there. To your right. What a wad a a a wowed Sam Jones he ought to have an armed guard with a Roll like that. Why he seven got $100 a shall we split one Mabel a a wok Alice. Here a my Dollar. Which horse shall we take a a a let a see. That jockey on number four has pretty Blue Silks a i used to have a dress that color too. That ought to be a they Harry i got a tip on no. I the next a a hmm. Jake says it la be the three horse sure. Here comes Sam. Hey Sam what a the word on the next one a a i got a Good tip a no. 8.�?� a do you know that by the time s torn mum Brand new wedding Nowns leading manufacturers Sam pie.-, retailing up to $300. Sold from $3 9 to $99. Latest styles As shown in brides magazines and Best shops. All perfect dresses. Many Beautiful designer s original at i 3 off retail Price in i his areas largest c collection of bridals. Wonderful Opportunity Bride to be. Also latest bridesmaids Yowns and formals. Hundreds of satisfied c us Hooters. By appointment phone 442-5814 Suzanne Coe w \ blooms act Hoa i by n non it on Vermont by Jean Wassick we reach the windows Well have a tip on every horse that a running a a Mabel look at that a where a a right Over there. In front of the Guy in the red shirt with the Blue Sheet in his a ooh yes. Alice do you think that coat is real Leopard a a no it looks Man made. I done to like her a me a of a Chi. How a it going a a ooh so so. How re you doing a a a Haven to cashed a ticket All a Tough a you said a Honey do you think the horses Are cold a a cold what have you flipped or something a a Well in be got a Blouse and a sweater and a Winter coat and in a not even a Why done to you go sit in the grandstand a a i done to know it seems More exciting Down a those jockeys Are real Friendly Arentt they a a what do you mean a a Well they All wave those Little Sticks at the crowd after the race before they weigh a Honey they Are signalling that there is no objection no protest or a ooh. That a too a a what a too bad a a i liked it better when i thought they were waving at miss Mulvihill becomes Bride of . Morandi Hoosick Falls . A announcement has been made of the marriage of miss Margaret Jane Mulvihill daughter of or. And mrs. 15 fourth St., Hoosick Falls ., and Francis Ralph Morandi son of or. And mrs. Eugene Morandi of 9 Latham St., on aug. 24, in immaculate Conception Church in Hoosick Falls by the Rev. William Hayden Cousin of the Bride. Miss Gloria Morandi sister of the bridegroom was maid of Honor and Frank Mulvihill jr., brother of the Bride served As Best Man. Misses Sandra Harrington Ann Marie Nowak Diane Hayden and Beth Shiland All of Hoosick Falls were bridesmaids. Shawn Kirkpatrick Ray Wright Michael Steele and Louis Demayo were the Ushers. A reception followed by old Byers House North Hoosick after which the couple left on a wedding trip to Canada. They Are residing at 41 Hoosick St., Hoosick Falls. The Bride is employed by the grand Union store in Hoosick Falls and or. Morandi is employed by Anken filman chem ical co. Here. Mrs. William j. Murphy Andruck miss Susan e. Is Bride of William j. Murphy Hoosick Falls . A the wedding of miss Susan e. Mcevoy daughter of or. And mrs. George a. Mcevoy of 36 Wilder ave., and William j. Murphy son of or. And mrs. Lawrence a. Murphy of 32 Willow St., took place at the Church of the immaculate Conception Here last saturday. The Bride was escorted by her father. The Rev. Kenneth Kennedy o.s.a., officiated. Church organist mrs. Raleigh Tatro played the wedding music and accompanied the soloist Walter Beckstein who Sang a on this Day a a have Maria and a to lord i am not mixed White Flowers adorned the Church altar. The brides gown was in silk organza and Klencon lace with Chapel train. Lace enhanced the scoop neckline and there were motifs on the full skirt with lace also outlining the train. A double Bow accented the Lack of the Long sleeved gown. Her Crown of lace and pearls was caught by Butterfly veil of imported illusion and she carried White Gladioli White pompous and red roses. Bridal attendants were miss Patricia kempt As Maido Honor miss Sylbil Pappas miss Barbara Wrubleski miss Judith Leonard and miss Sharon Al Bowicz. Flower girl was Kathryn Mcevoy sister of the Bride. The attendants gowns were in red brocade designed in scoop neck chs launches new year with enrolment of 420 by Patricia Prandini chs Saber Bennington Catholic High has launched another school year with a record enrolment of 420. Students readjusting to classes during the first week have discovered the addition of four new faculty members. Rev. Henry Bourgeois Csc miss Marcoux riven bridal Shoner Hoosick Falls .�?miss Judy Marcoux daughter of or. And mrs. Henry Marcoux who will become the Bride of Nick Flynn son of or. And mrs. Edward Flynn of Walloomsac on sept. 28 at the Church of the immaculate Conception Here was honoured last weekend at a Kitchen Shower. Mrs. Clarence Sausville was hostess to 25 guests and was assisted by her sister mrs. Richard Irick. Among the guests attending was miss Marcoux a grandmother mrs. Ernest Marcoux Over 80 years of age. Games were played and prizes won by miss Pat Greenwood mrs. Edson door mrs. William Greenwood and miss Ann Marie Flynn. How to say Happy new year in hebrew 66 1 99 vib when it comes to chocolates and pastries Rosh has Hanah Bartons Speaks everyone a language teaches French general business and religion and also functions As band Moderator. From it. St. Joseph Academy in Rutland sister John David is a latin French English and religion teacher. Sister is Moderator of the Saber and will co moderate the a jugglers a Catholic highs drama organization. Sister William Marie instructs office Law economics and religion and will also moderate the yearbook. Prior to her assignment to chs sister was stationed at Msj. The new Lay member of the faculty is mrs. Kathleen Toomey of North Bennington. Mrs. Toomey teaches English and moderates the cheerleaders. The High school neophytes the freshmen have struggled through their first week. Initiation consisted of carrying seniors books and purses. Frosh were seen lunching with seniors and singing tunes ranging from a Mary had a Little Lamb to a we love the they will have their turn to be honoured saturday night at a Frosh follies a the freshman reception when they will be entertained at the seniors expense. Dance time is 8 toll. Admission will be 35 cents single and 60 cents a couple. Freshmen Are admitted free. Bridal Shower miss Hart miss Carolyn Hart who is to become the Bride of Steven Spencer on sept. 21, was guest of Honor at a pre nuptial Shower recently. Hostess was mrs. Gail Sawyer sister of the future bridegroom. A Buffet lunch of salads sandwiches pickles olives cake and Coffee was served. Line with natural Waistline and controlled front skirt. Small bows trimmed the build in Back. The maid of Honor carried a Cascade of variegated carnations and the other bridesmaids had cascades of red and White carnations. The Flower girls gown was in White taffeta with red Sash and she carried a Basket of red and White carnations. Eugene Murphy brother of the bridegroom was Best Man. James Shaw Robert Sheridan Dennis Casey and John Mcauliffe were Ushers. A reception 225 guests was held at old Byars House. The brides Mother received in a Cranberry Wool dress while the bridegrooms Mother chose a White and Gold dress. Both had Matching accessories. After a wedding trip to new York City and Washington d.c., the couple will reside at 55 Hoosick St., Hoosick Falls. The Bride travelled in a Gold Kint suit with Matching accessories. Both Are graduates of St. Mary s Academy Hoosick Falls. The Bride is presently employed by grand Union co. The bridegroom is in his senior year at the state University in Albany. Out of town guests were included from Stamford Conn. Holyoke Springfield mass. Mechanicville and Schenectady . School lunches Bennington Catholic High monday a Spanish Rice with meat peas bread and butter pears milk. Tuesday potato salad Ham bread and butter Cherry cake milk. Wednesday a pizza Bun Cracker and Peanut butter potato chips Apple sauce milk. Thursday a meat Loa mashed potatoes sliced tomatoes Corn bread and butter milk. Friday a tuna on Bun buttered carrots mixed fruit with Orange cheese stick milk. Arlington school monday a american chop suey Jam sandwiches Pear and milk. Tuesday a Chicken Noodle soup crackers meat sandwiches cheese wedges Green Beans Gingerbread Topping and milk. Wednesday a baked luncheon meat mashed potatoes bread and butter Corn pineapple and milk. Thursday a barbecued beef on Roll peaches and milk. Friday a no lunch. Molly Stark school monday Spaghetti with meat sauce Green Beans pears Vienna bread and butter and milk. Tuesday a baked hash spinach Peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches peaches milk. Wednesday a submarine Sandwich French Fried potatoes Corn applesauce and milk. Thursday a roast beef with Gravy mashed potatoes peas and carrots pineapple Rolls and butter milk. Friday a no school. Evans news Orski equipment inc. A Diamond from. Jewellers Plain dirt gardeners season starts the Plain dirt gardeners met at the four chimneys on tuesday their first meeting of the year. Mrs. Philip Giddings president introduced mrs. Robert Parmelee special guest. Members voted to be co hosts with the Bennington Garden club the annual meeting of the Federated Garden clubs of Vermont to be held in Bennington next summer. Mrs. Arthur j. Dewey jr., program chairman presented the guest speaker mrs. Hollis Newton of Reading vt., who outlined the mechanics making a Shady or woodsy Garden which could contain species of wild Flowers As Well As special varieties of cultivated plants. In her enthusiastic presentation mrs. Newton urged gardeners to observe the Basic Rule of conservation by always making a twofold return to the Woods of any plants used to Start a Shady Garden. Mrs. C. Thomas Beach october program chairman asked members to bring a collection of 75 Large and medium size Pine Cones the workshop to he held at the old Bennington Flower arrangements the tables were done by mrs. Fredrick Burnham or. And mrs. Raymond Aja. A Lamb legs regular dressed �591 la. Oven ready it la. 69< ital North Bennington re ,111 i n special 3 pcs. 188 it l4mt ��?~9�?z i i a rap to. Re Dorset game Bird farm gourmet a Delight Vaar la annul a. J by Marchen Skinner Dorset Bird beast or fish. But ifs Birds this time. They Perch Over at the West Brook poultry farm in Dorset at the North end of the West Road out toward East Rupert 6,000 of them altogether. Not an aviary but a farm producing chickens and game Birds the table. Ring neck pheasants Embden geese Pekin ducks Chukar partridges cackling Guinea hens but mostly White Rock Cornish game chickens Are being raised by Frederick l. Kennedy and his partner William e. Mcwayne. A gourmet would Delight at the sight of such delicacies scratching around in the various cages. His mind could easily transform the Small partridges walking on wire to Small squares of buttered Toast. It is not the Quantity of Birds so much As the Quality and variety that draws ones attention to this six acre poultry farm tucked against the Side of West Mountain. Nevertheless it is still the largest poultry Endeavor in Dorset and concentrates on meat Birds rather than eggs. The owners Start with baby Chicks and have to buy their own breakfast eggs like the rest of us. Though their 6,000 chickens this year will be some of the record two billion that authorities say will be produced in the . This year they Bear Little resemblance to the More familiar 29 cents a Pound Birds seen in the bargain markets this summer. Despite falling Chicken prices Ever since the Birds flew into the Tariff discussions in the common Market this Spring the West Brook poultry farm has maintained its same Price of $1.05 per Pound game chickens. The fancy Price has proved to be no deterrent to the even increasing popularity of the product. The Rock Cornish Chicken actually very similar to those raised and sold by Victor Borge in Connecticut is a relatively new Breed. It is a Cross Between a White Rock Hen and a White Cornish rooster developed about 12 years ago. The dressed weight of the Birds is usually iv4 to v/2 pounds. But so plump is the breast a characteristic inherited from the Cornish rooster and combined with the Small compact Bone Structure that what the Bird May Lack in size is More than made up in meat. Squab like with their drumsticks tucked to their sides browned and Crisp they decorate a Platter and brighten a hungry Eye. A Bird per person is a generous serving but frequently two May feast adequately. At the end of March it is not unlikely to hear Small Cheep Ings in the Dorset Post office some morning announcing the arrival of the first shipment of Day old Chicks from Rhode Island the West Brook poultry farm. From then until the end of december when the farm shuts Down a Winter respite Birds continue to arrive at the rate of 800 a month. They Are raised in a scientifically timed manner. During the six week period of growth until a spot time a the Birds have been transferred from three types of Cage conditions fed approximately four pounds of Grain and have been cooled by exhaust fans to keep them Calm and tranquil. Poultry lacking sweat glands have no built in Cooling systems and when overheated tend to fight and pick at each other. So uniform Are the conditions and so accurate the feeding that few Birds weigh More or less than the desired amount. The few Mavericks that done to Are allowed to grow to broiler Fryer Small roasters or on to fricassee size. Some Birds Are Camponi Zed at 5 weeks and grow to a Small Turkey size weighing a minimum of seven pounds. If you have Ever cleaned and picked a Chicken by hand glance at the equipment in the processing room is a Delight. Processing is the More delicate term what Grandfather did out behind the barn in preparation sunday dinner and might be described As Wood stump a and feathers. The processing room at the West Brook poultry farm is More of a Kitchen. The Birds Are plunged into an electrically heated vat of scalding water before the wet feathers Are picked off on a rubber pronged picking machine that picks at the rate of a Bird a minute. Electric refrigeration cools the Birds to body temperatures after which they Are eviscerated and packaged in vacuum sealed plastic bags ready either freezing or immediate Sale. The Only processing done by hand is the cleaning of the Birds but with plenty of water and a stainless steel sink the Job is made As simple As it can. Fascinating As the Rock Cornish game chickens Are even More alluring Are the farms other Birds. Where can you see 16 White Embden geese craning their necks or talking Goose talk to each other. Poor things they grow each Day nearer to the Christmas dinners which they have already been ordered. Forty Chukar partridges cousins to our native grouse cling in timid groups together. The Chukar is a native Bird in the Dakotas and West and differs from the Eastern Partridge with his Bright Orange feet and beak his Circle of Orange about the eyes and Orange strips on his wings. However after 16 weeks of growth larded Well with a slice of Bacon basted with a bit or red wine and gently roasted he will be As indistinguishable As any Wood Partridge that Vermont Hunters May shoot after get. I. A Partridge thou Bird of Paradise. Surprising to Kennedy has been the great demand their peking ducklings. He finds that the 215 Birds the most he has Ever raised cannot keep Pace with the orders he receives. The yellow billed and footed White ducks Wade about in their pen Complete with a Small Brook until they reach ll/2 weeks of age and weigh four to four and a half pounds. The pheasants 135 of them the sauce in this recipe was described by one Dorset woman As being so tasty she would even eat it on a turkish Towel. Rock Cornish sour Cream u est Brook farm s own recipe v2 cup crumbled Blue cheese Salt garlic Salt Pepper v2 cup butter saute Birds in butter until All sides Are Brown. Place in casserole. Combine remaining ingredients with butter left from Browning Birds. Pour Over Birds cover bake at 350 degrees until tender about i to i a hours. Game Chicken in 2 Rock Cornish game chickens i cup sour Cream Green Mountain ducklings photo by Grimm Frederick l. Kennedy William f. Mcwayne Emden geese feathered in muted shades of rust and Brown hide in their Long Low cages filled with Brush. Their iring Tail feathers drag carelessly on the ground. So timid Are they that a visitor sends them in a flurry to the nearest Bunch of dried leaves or Corn stalk to camouflage themselves in safety. Though both men went into the poultry business with Little experience the old theory that one can learn by doing. Fred Kennedy born in Hertfordshire England came to Dorset when ill health forced him to give up the boys Camp and Dairy farm he operated in Wallingford it. Combing in with Dorset born William Mcwayne in february of 1953 they began their farm with 200 Chicks and Little equipment. Today finds the formerly shabby farm House painted a tidy red and fenced from the Road with a White Board Fence. A vegetable Garden and Flowers flourish beside it nourished with the by product of Chicken manure. If you ask they will sell you some their Home serves both As living quarters As Well As an office them. Except one part time Helper Robert my fall a Junior at Burr and Burton they do All the work of the business themselves with even some time left Over the Best Way to lag some f the farms Birds is to drive to Dorset and buy them directly at the though they May be purchased at Healey s grocery store in Manchester depot or at Hie West Side grocery in Dorset. Many Are found on the menus of the better restaurants both in Vermont As Well As new York state. Bird Hunters after oct. I might find Hunting easier and More productive at the farm than in the Woods. Canadian Goose pheasant m Mac i Ink imported hoi Hind suede 100�?~y> Cotton was a me spot resistant water repellent crime Rry. I St. Lodi. C adet $1.98 Nichalis l a our convenient Union Street customer parking lot amp Entrance Saddle Tom Birch finish Bennington Banner saturday september 14, 1963-3 Imer l u k

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