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Page 2-The Journal Opinion-April 8, 1981 .... , .... ,,, Arts and 00_mertalnment Tabor Valley Players set readings .for play E. CORINTH--There is Corinth. Guys and Dolls play is at Oxbow this week BRADFORD--Oxbow High Community members and be presented by special School will present its annual parents who have provided permission of Music Theatre their talents to make the show International of New York. spring musical, "Guys and a good one are Helen Elder, NEW ARRI , Mr. and Mrs. Rid Chelsea are parents son, Travis Rich March 24 at Alice, Memorial Hospital iPLI Wells River girl to give recital WELLS RIVER--Miss Gall E. Powers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Powers of Wells River, will perform her Senior Piano Recital Saturday, April 11, at 4:30 p.m. at the Recital lta]l Music Building on the University of Vermont Campus. A reception will follow. This recital is presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Bachelor nothing more exciting for The comedy, "Anybody Out Dolls," April 9- 10 at 8 p.m. in ..... Bonnie Tomlinson, Frank springtime than doing There," is all fun. It's a great the school auditorium. "Guys and Dolls," a Peters, Bruce Taylor, Bar- I something new, different, and play for those who have musical fable of Broadway, is bare Brainerd, Anita Perry, i  D of Science degree in Music fun. hesitated to become involved based on the story and Carol LeBarron, Phyllis Education. Tabor Valley Players can in thepast. There are parts forThe story is about a meek Frank Loesser. Henley, SuSanvargasHOOtS,helpingMaryull Nwl:0ggh:Ari116 II 2 7.00&. ,,m a,?aa; l0 with music and lyrics by Jane Smit with teachers BettY l "l give you that opportunity this ople, many small, but all characters by Damon Runyon The public is invited to Thursday and Friday evening fun:pe Belch and Bill attend. April9-10. The story revolves around with program and tickets. These are the dates that and unfortunate man who on many of "Runyon,s favorite Students Sue Ledwith, Keeli THE FNAL } Eveff MI I SWEEPSTAKES WINNER readings will be held for learning, erroneotjsly, that he Pratt, Karen Johnson and Rex CONCORD--TheSweepstakes TVP's Memorial Day has only six mo?iths tolive Broadway types, such as I C0NFUCT [ F n":: I Commission has announced Burroughs will usher for the or ,ca winners of $5,000 in the 3 Of A production, "Anybody Out turns into an undefeatable Harry the IIorse (Tom Ruth- Kind Instant Sweeps, in- There." The readings will be hero whose episodes are as burn), Nathan Detroit tBrian performances. This show will eluding Jeannette B. Battis of held at 7:30 p.m. both ridiculous as they are Emerson) and Sky Masterson 7 Holly Street, Woodsville. evenings in the Blake hilarious. All the other roles ToddPerry). ACTRESSES--Sharyn Maple syrup RatedR . RatedR THEFU.ct., I Memorial Library in E, are characters that add They are all gamblers, and a l hilarity to the plot. the play revolves about them Ober as Adelaide and This is the playtofinallysay and their girls -- and the Debbie Balcom as Sarah cones se$ I "I'11 do it". Anyone interested trouble which follows when a are the female leads in Let's see who has the best should come to the readings to between the pounding of his There's a new person the scene; ANTIQUE have the joy of reading a play that keeps you laughing and heart and the rolling of the presentation of "(;uys and area.,lohnsburyArthur Dahlbergh,has probablyf St. Iv0 Susan Metzger has joined our team. | I[ll get involved. The director is dice. Dolls." judged more maple than  She knows her stuff; she's up to date.tASu ' ' , tr .,r', SHOW & SALE Peggy Halsey. Female Leads in the play will be played by Sharyn Ober anyone in the area. He isthe We think you ll find that she s firs and Debbie Balcom. Other St. Johnsbury Maple Festival Male leads are played by maple judge. 0  CI Sun. April 12th Louise Plante, Robert Gaiser Bring the half pint of Fancy ,._ 10:00am - 4:00pm andMichaelStever, syrup to Green Mountain mall / 1," [,''Tr"avel  Supporting cast include on Friday morning, April 24, Laura Bagley, Mary Billings, between9a.m, and noon. You  0000'zlT"seasone;=ra0000r,0000, The Woodstock lnn Jodv Hodge, Heidi HOOd, will get $2.00 per pint but stand Woodstock; Vt. Denni Pratt, Mark Pike. Chris a chance to win $15, $10, or $5 Jacobs, Una Smit, Mike for first, second, or third Manager: Admission: $1.50 Munson, Sand,, Perry, Anne place, i l ,,O HO USE |N S'r. marjorie Barry with card: $1.25 Ford, Kris Search, Remi Silt, "When putting the syrup in  . ! tteidi Smit, Christie Thurston, a glass pint container, be sure O, O 1 No. Haverhill, N.H. 03774 Laurie Williams, Gayle the top doesn't give the syrup i 603-787-6212 Balcom, Lisa Farnham, Julie .an off flavor taste." Have your .O. O.. 2--50 NOIW| Kulikowski, Lisa Kulikowski, name and address on a tag or Sharon Randall, Valerie label on the jar," Dahlbergh , Gilson, Tract Wilson, Karin said. Dwyer and Leslie Kasprzak. A nine-piece band under the Irfi direction of Edward "Pete" Ledwith will accompany the cast. Band members are Becky Ledwith, Lorraire Ill Chubbuck, Marisa Fatherley, Beth Anne Wright, John Grow, Sheri Osgood, Megan Drew, tJ 2Gq : " Tim Grow and Ryan Grow. t' o 'lr-- k''- Many people have helped cust, " "" bring Runyon's characters to /" g/,. OUNTR .785 BlueMountain CS00R Modern dance l,orraine Neal/ great  the life" The Productin is under CO/TPO ''/Pk  direction of Anne Taylor, " ,.,._._ ,..- o00,oo, o,_ ,00 1 i Italian CldM & o_ REST AUR towl Seafood Specializing OBO,& St LO irl  dial, erx, carl: calls fo physic # bY OW f. Mario D. Lorenzini and Robat C. BraUlt! cert by PIIYLLISNEMIIAUSER "I think I can relate to i.iWlllltlUffl Your Hosts  late BRADFORD--The en- people who are starting to 276 N. Main St., Barre, Vt. For Res IOW Ee 802 - 47 I BANQUET FA( thusiasm of Lorraine Neal dance at a later age, because I 05641 carried the initial modern did," she said. . dance classes in Bradford Before opening the studioin Payi through their lumbering first Montpelier, she and Francis years. Joseph had a studio in Barre. Cho( ' , fro As an original member of Joseph taught exercise, GUY AND DOLl-Debbie THE ORIENTAL the class, I remember being children's classesandTaiChi. Balcom, as Sarah Brown, struck with how out of shape Lorraine taught modern -1 dance. "It was a little scary, and Todd Perry, as Sky we all were, even though we "  e lead active and physical lives. No one knew what it was, what Masterson, have leading [ * 25 on Morley Electronics Effects "Modern dance is a great to expect. The '70's brought a parts in Oxbow ltigh 111 , form for physical fitness," dance resurgence and now it is School's performance of * Specials on rings says Lorraine. And as the a well accepted art form," [ast elass stretched and pushed we shesaid, l)amon Runyon's "Guys 4$$N.MtSt.,IktmhVt. discovered the smiles that Modern dance was a andl)olls." Op6Da*ChlmttkmlwD }"far statement of freedom from the , Ne and many other items accompany a limber body. rigid structures and lovely Mary Musty and Janet So. ] It began for Lorraine Neal Dance,perfectin required bY ballet' Warner-nshleY'asa medium of ex- :::C-:UiME'S'" ,'  PINF " ^ RTE 12A childwith somedreamingOf theofrOmancebecomingOfaa Student director, Heidi Smit  ,. -, 1  -- '!" Turl}S'l ballerina, but began prac- pression expresses a whole has assisted with many of the tically at a much later age. range of experiences and preparations of the show along LOUNGE ' WEST LEBANON 1 H She starteddancingat the age movements, with, Alan Jesserman, Shelly "Said To Be One Of The Flneat Whi, .... Modern dance is what's Morgan, Laurie Williams, Chip Nightclubs In New England" of 18 but had to stop due to a VO 2 q 8 -- 5 8 Z q leg injury. She began again at going on today. Its disco, jazz, Wakefield,Larry RuSS,correnaBen FOX,underhill,KUrt Fish & S 21, then got married and politics and blues," says Dwavna Smith, Greg Hines All You Carl Eat SATURDAY n APRIL llth moved to California. Having Lorraine. "As a movement it been raised in New England, continues to explore." andMichelleClough. $3.50-- Adults .ADY -- With she and her husband came Goddard had three per- $2.50 -- Children  orl e back to Vermont to visit. "It formances per year. With a --LIVE bow High Present5 was summer andso beautiful, great deal of experience in well worth watching. For ENTERTAINMENT Chec we decided to stay," she says. choreography, The Con- more information on classes TIlURSDAY eXC]" She began studying dance at temporary Dance Co., under you can call the School for Dick McCormack "We Now Boast The Fact That We toda Goddard College under the the direction of LorraineNeal, Contemporary Dance, 18 FRIDAY direction of Mark Rider and will perform at Goddard Langdon St. Montpelier, or Marcus Schulkind. College, April 10 - 11 at 8 p.m. phone 802-229-4676. Spare Parts 'the 111 Club Has 7 Air Condi You DOLLS "Markreallypushed, giving ThefutureoftheDaneeCo. me more responsibility in is to expand to a large SATURDAY For Your Dancing Comfort .... teaching. It still did not seem repertory group that would Reunited ,ed on afor), chordcra by Damon Runyon to be a real possibility at that tour the State bringing SINGLES WELCOME I ! I t time." modern dance to local schools. We are diseontinuin " " "This is very exciting, it will our Ladies' Nite to serve: El. Y. O. B. 8ot-LTpa Available But dance seems to be the mean that students can begin " ......... s" N I t you better by offering a .exciting medium for Lorraine . IP rtl.-L/k/.-t L . at an early age m the ballet, l  buck a drink nite on ! =or Your Reservatl0n,Calli jazz or tap dance classes and l P-:- "- a--'---:- " Wednesdays. Tel will have the continuity of the ][ ,[llrdI onlnmln (603) 747-2505 or school available to them, with ,. w-Goldiellawn t Check Our Dail I I II I I I ' the possibility of joining the Dance Co.," Lorraine said. it co-feature [ Bar Specials She also hopes to form a junior - m -::::::: ................ repertory group for students - Up The II ,, ,, ,, ,,, in High School. -- - Ul "I love to perform", she  acaoemy r says and the performance is Illllllqnll[llll p [ i II BAN/] APRIL 25th O ,st 9:00 p.m. -- ". | and her enthusiasm is cat- ehing. The Bradford classes grew from an initial five students to over 70 in two years. Dance Co.," Lorraine said. She now has well over 300 She also hopes to form a junior students at her Montpelier studio and is the director of repertory group for students in High School. the School for Contemporary "I love to perform", she Dance. says and the performance is FREE DRA WING FOR A SIGMA DM3 GUITAR!! * Up to 40 off on Martin Sigma Guitars SPACE GIVEN BY THE sooe I The Chimes- rj & [0 : m. FLOOR Offeringa varietyo/ dining & loungespecials. Oxbo difori w u urn ,ooo AIIVouCaneat-Aduls, $4.95.Ch,ldren, $2.95 11:30 Tuesday & Wednesday Night Special. Buy One L I R d u If s -'2 50 ., the Get ,'Another Of Equal Value At Half Prive t. BRADFORD ARMORY Sfuden-l-s .00 rOA...S..V^T,ONS Fish Fry on Fridays All y0ucan eat , CALL: s Adults s2.50 Children '  Irene Starace -- 222-9o9a 3.50 ..... TABtlE ro= a z -- 'z" Lunch is 11:30 to 4:30- Dlnneris 5 to 9. " " TABLE FOR 4 / 6 -- 1'* Wells River Savings Bank. We also serve a special sandwich menu in our bar,from ll,i ! to 9:00P.M. Friday & Saturday tl 11 "OO P: OXBOW CHAPTER AFS i lllll II I ii I I III IIII I III {' Page 2-The Journal Opinion-April 8, 1981 .... , .... ,,, Arts and 00_mertalnment Tabor Valley Players set readings .for play E. CORINTH--There is Corinth. Guys and Dolls play is at Oxbow this week BRADFORD--Oxbow High Community members and be presented by special School will present its annual parents who have provided permission of Music Theatre their talents to make the show International of New York. spring musical, "Guys and a good one are Helen Elder, NEW ARRI , Mr. and Mrs. Rid Chelsea are parents son, Travis Rich March 24 at Alice, Memorial Hospital iPLI Wells River girl to give recital WELLS RIVER--Miss Gall E. Powers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Powers of Wells River, will perform her Senior Piano Recital Saturday, April 11, at 4:30 p.m. at the Recital lta]l Music Building on the University of Vermont Campus. A reception will follow. This recital is presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Bachelor nothing more exciting for The comedy, "Anybody Out Dolls," April 9- 10 at 8 p.m. in ..... Bonnie Tomlinson, Frank springtime than doing There," is all fun. It's a great the school auditorium. "Guys and Dolls," a Peters, Bruce Taylor, Bar- I something new, different, and play for those who have musical fable of Broadway, is bare Brainerd, Anita Perry, i  D of Science degree in Music fun. hesitated to become involved based on the story and Carol LeBarron, Phyllis Education. Tabor Valley Players can in thepast. There are parts forThe story is about a meek Frank Loesser. Henley, SuSanvargasHOOtS,helpingMaryull Nwl:0ggh:Ari116 II 2 7.00&. ,,m a,?aa; l0 with music and lyrics by Jane Smit with teachers BettY l "l give you that opportunity this ople, many small, but all characters by Damon Runyon The public is invited to Thursday and Friday evening fun:pe Belch and Bill attend. April9-10. The story revolves around with program and tickets. These are the dates that and unfortunate man who on many of "Runyon,s favorite Students Sue Ledwith, Keeli THE FNAL } Eveff MI I SWEEPSTAKES WINNER readings will be held for learning, erroneotjsly, that he Pratt, Karen Johnson and Rex CONCORD--TheSweepstakes TVP's Memorial Day has only six mo?iths tolive Broadway types, such as I C0NFUCT [ F n":: I Commission has announced Burroughs will usher for the or ,ca winners of $5,000 in the 3 Of A production, "Anybody Out turns into an undefeatable Harry the IIorse (Tom Ruth- Kind Instant Sweeps, in- There." The readings will be hero whose episodes are as burn), Nathan Detroit tBrian performances. This show will eluding Jeannette B. Battis of held at 7:30 p.m. both ridiculous as they are Emerson) and Sky Masterson 7 Holly Street, Woodsville. evenings in the Blake hilarious. All the other roles ToddPerry). ACTRESSES--Sharyn Maple syrup RatedR . RatedR THEFU.ct., I Memorial Library in E, are characters that add They are all gamblers, and a l hilarity to the plot. the play revolves about them Ober as Adelaide and This is the playtofinallysay and their girls -- and the Debbie Balcom as Sarah cones se$ I "I'11 do it". Anyone interested trouble which follows when a are the female leads in Let's see who has the best should come to the readings to between the pounding of his There's a new person the scene; ANTIQUE have the joy of reading a play that keeps you laughing and heart and the rolling of the presentation of "(;uys and area.,lohnsburyArthur Dahlbergh,has probablyf St. Iv0 Susan Metzger has joined our team. | I[ll get involved. The director is dice. Dolls." judged more maple than  She knows her stuff; she's up to date.tASu ' ' , tr .,r', SHOW & SALE Peggy Halsey. Female Leads in the play will be played by Sharyn Ober anyone in the area. He isthe We think you ll find that she s firs and Debbie Balcom. Other St. Johnsbury Maple Festival Male leads are played by maple judge. 0  CI Sun. April 12th Louise Plante, Robert Gaiser Bring the half pint of Fancy ,._ 10:00am - 4:00pm andMichaelStever, syrup to Green Mountain mall / 1," [,''Tr"avel  Supporting cast include on Friday morning, April 24, Laura Bagley, Mary Billings, between9a.m, and noon. You  0000'zlT"seasone;=ra0000r,0000, The Woodstock lnn Jodv Hodge, Heidi HOOd, will get $2.00 per pint but stand Woodstock; Vt. Denni Pratt, Mark Pike. Chris a chance to win $15, $10, or $5 Jacobs, Una Smit, Mike for first, second, or third Manager: Admission: $1.50 Munson, Sand,, Perry, Anne place, i l ,,O HO USE |N S'r. marjorie Barry with card: $1.25 Ford, Kris Search, Remi Silt, "When putting the syrup in  . ! tteidi Smit, Christie Thurston, a glass pint container, be sure O, O 1 No. Haverhill, N.H. 03774 Laurie Williams, Gayle the top doesn't give the syrup i 603-787-6212 Balcom, Lisa Farnham, Julie .an off flavor taste." Have your .O. O.. 2--50 NOIW| Kulikowski, Lisa Kulikowski, name and address on a tag or Sharon Randall, Valerie label on the jar," Dahlbergh , Gilson, Tract Wilson, Karin said. Dwyer and Leslie Kasprzak. A nine-piece band under the Irfi direction of Edward "Pete" Ledwith will accompany the cast. Band members are Becky Ledwith, Lorraire Ill Chubbuck, Marisa Fatherley, Beth Anne Wright, John Grow, Sheri Osgood, Megan Drew, tJ 2Gq : " Tim Grow and Ryan Grow. t' o 'lr-- k''- Many people have helped cust, " "" bring Runyon's characters to /" g/,. OUNTR .785 BlueMountain CS00R Modern dance l,orraine Neal/ great  the life" The Productin is under CO/TPO ''/Pk  direction of Anne Taylor, " ,.,._._ ,..- o00,oo, o,_ ,00 1 i Italian CldM & o_ REST AUR towl Seafood Specializing OBO,& St LO irl  dial, erx, carl: calls fo physic # bY OW f. Mario D. Lorenzini and Robat C. BraUlt! cert by PIIYLLISNEMIIAUSER "I think I can relate to i.iWlllltlUffl Your Hosts  late BRADFORD--The en- people who are starting to 276 N. Main St., Barre, Vt. For Res IOW Ee 802 - 47 I BANQUET FA( thusiasm of Lorraine Neal dance at a later age, because I 05641 carried the initial modern did," she said. . dance classes in Bradford Before opening the studioin Payi through their lumbering first Montpelier, she and Francis years. Joseph had a studio in Barre. Cho( ' , fro As an original member of Joseph taught exercise, GUY AND DOLl-Debbie THE ORIENTAL the class, I remember being children's classesandTaiChi. Balcom, as Sarah Brown, struck with how out of shape Lorraine taught modern -1 dance. "It was a little scary, and Todd Perry, as Sky we all were, even though we "  e lead active and physical lives. No one knew what it was, what Masterson, have leading [ * 25 on Morley Electronics Effects "Modern dance is a great to expect. The '70's brought a parts in Oxbow ltigh 111 , form for physical fitness," dance resurgence and now it is School's performance of * Specials on rings says Lorraine. And as the a well accepted art form," [ast elass stretched and pushed we shesaid, l)amon Runyon's "Guys 4$$N.MtSt.,IktmhVt. discovered the smiles that Modern dance was a andl)olls." Op6Da*ChlmttkmlwD }"far statement of freedom from the , Ne and many other items accompany a limber body. rigid structures and lovely Mary Musty and Janet So. ] It began for Lorraine Neal Dance,perfectin required bY ballet' Warner-nshleY'asa medium of ex- :::C-:UiME'S'" ,'  PINF " ^ RTE 12A childwith somedreamingOf theofrOmancebecomingOfaa Student director, Heidi Smit  ,. -, 1  -- '!" Turl}S'l ballerina, but began prac- pression expresses a whole has assisted with many of the tically at a much later age. range of experiences and preparations of the show along LOUNGE ' WEST LEBANON 1 H She starteddancingat the age movements, with, Alan Jesserman, Shelly "Said To Be One Of The Flneat Whi, .... Modern dance is what's Morgan, Laurie Williams, Chip Nightclubs In New England" of 18 but had to stop due to a VO 2 q 8 -- 5 8 Z q leg injury. She began again at going on today. Its disco, jazz, Wakefield,Larry RuSS,correnaBen FOX,underhill,KUrt Fish & S 21, then got married and politics and blues," says Dwavna Smith, Greg Hines All You Carl Eat SATURDAY n APRIL llth moved to California. Having Lorraine. "As a movement it been raised in New England, continues to explore." andMichelleClough. $3.50-- Adults .ADY -- With she and her husband came Goddard had three per- $2.50 -- Children  orl e back to Vermont to visit. "It formances per year. With a --LIVE bow High Present5 was summer andso beautiful, great deal of experience in well worth watching. For ENTERTAINMENT Chec we decided to stay," she says. choreography, The Con- more information on classes TIlURSDAY eXC]" She began studying dance at temporary Dance Co., under you can call the School for Dick McCormack "We Now Boast The Fact That We toda Goddard College under the the direction of LorraineNeal, Contemporary Dance, 18 FRIDAY direction of Mark Rider and will perform at Goddard Langdon St. Montpelier, or Marcus Schulkind. College, April 10 - 11 at 8 p.m. phone 802-229-4676. Spare Parts 'the 111 Club Has 7 Air Condi You DOLLS "Markreallypushed, giving ThefutureoftheDaneeCo. me more responsibility in is to expand to a large SATURDAY For Your Dancing Comfort .... teaching. It still did not seem repertory group that would Reunited ,ed on afor), chordcra by Damon Runyon to be a real possibility at that tour the State bringing SINGLES WELCOME I ! I t time." modern dance to local schools. We are diseontinuin " " "This is very exciting, it will our Ladies' Nite to serve: El. Y. O. B. 8ot-LTpa Available But dance seems to be the mean that students can begin " ......... s" N I t you better by offering a .exciting medium for Lorraine . IP rtl.-L/k/.-t L . at an early age m the ballet, l  buck a drink nite on ! =or Your Reservatl0n,Calli jazz or tap dance classes and l P-:- "- a--'---:- " Wednesdays. Tel will have the continuity of the ][ ,[llrdI onlnmln (603) 747-2505 or school available to them, with ,. w-Goldiellawn t Check Our Dail I I II I I I ' the possibility of joining the Dance Co.," Lorraine said. it co-feature [ Bar Specials She also hopes to form a junior - m -::::::: ................ repertory group for students - Up The II ,, ,, ,, ,,, in High School. -- - Ul "I love to perform", she  acaoemy r says and the performance is Illllllqnll[llll p [ i II BAN/] APRIL 25th O ,st 9:00 p.m. -- ". | and her enthusiasm is cat- ehing. The Bradford classes grew from an initial five students to over 70 in two years. Dance Co.," Lorraine said. She now has well over 300 She also hopes to form a junior students at her Montpelier studio and is the director of repertory group for students in High School. the School for Contemporary "I love to perform", she Dance. says and the performance is FREE DRA WING FOR A SIGMA DM3 GUITAR!! * Up to 40 off on Martin Sigma Guitars SPACE GIVEN BY THE sooe I The Chimes- rj & [0 : m. FLOOR Offeringa varietyo/ dining & loungespecials. Oxbo difori w u urn ,ooo AIIVouCaneat-Aduls, $4.95.Ch,ldren, $2.95 11:30 Tuesday & Wednesday Night Special. Buy One L I R d u If s -'2 50 ., the Get ,'Another Of Equal Value At Half Prive t. BRADFORD ARMORY Sfuden-l-s .00 rOA...S..V^T,ONS Fish Fry on Fridays All y0ucan eat , CALL: s Adults s2.50 Children '  Irene Starace -- 222-9o9a 3.50 ..... TABtlE ro= a z -- 'z" Lunch is 11:30 to 4:30- Dlnneris 5 to 9. " " TABLE FOR 4 / 6 -- 1'* Wells River Savings Bank. We also serve a special sandwich menu in our bar,from ll,i ! to 9:00P.M. Friday & Saturday tl 11 "OO P: OXBOW CHAPTER AFS i lllll II I ii I I III IIII I III {'