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Beach ,i - Hampton Historical Society
he B E A C H C O M B E R
10 New Members
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Qualify To Join
Old Salts Club
_ For Your Vacation Pleasure -
Catches of a 50-lb.
Hake and 40-lh. and 42-lb. Cod!
ORGAN CONCERTS
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fish headed the catches made
by persons who qualified for
Tuesday thru Sttt“" 1“y| * A l ' OmHrtte at the organ.
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the Old Salts club during the
Monday evening only, S.dUJ.^o
past week.
f ir e w o r k s
Ten persons had their catc’u.
es certified a t either the Smitfc
w a s
a rc
and Gilmore pier or by the Al
Shell at 9:10 p.mGauron officials a t the stat.
TALENT SHOW
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pier.
Picking up their certificate*,
Mondays to n , u » m »
? ± l£ “ ' S
tS K S y
K w *ID cards and arm patches wtn
the following persons:
Henry Hamel at Chamber of Commerce.
Clayton G rant, Epping witi
SQUARE DANCING
>W a 50-ib. Blue Hake. His cat|
Fridays 8 30 n.m. at the Hampton Beach State Park. Dances
was certified by Smith and GHsponsored by Seacoast Regional Square Dance association.
more.
First dance under the stars June 2b.
risa
Barbara R i c k e r , Raymond,
was credited with catching i
CALISTHENICS
40-lb. Codfish. Her catch wu
Monday through Friday beginning Friday. July 6. on the sand in
front of the Sea Shell begiuning at 10:30 u.m. Miss t oca
certified by Al Gauron officials.
Over a t the Smith and GOCola your director.
1VIIBX I»!SC JOCKEV. Jim Perry, is shown as he works from
more fishing pier, Frieda Bow.
RECORD HOP
Hampton Beach on the weekly broadcast out of the Portsmou
don, Epping, qualified with i
Wednesdays from 2-4 p.m. for young teenagers: College Mixers, Station. Jim is heard each Monday from Hampton Beach
I catch of a 42-lb. Codfish.
Thursday evenings for older teens. Both at Casino Ballroom.
— Staff Photo by Collins
Sue Douglas, 1504 BuckhaiSee the separate schedule of special weekly events each week
elsewhere in the BEACHCOMBER. A complete schedule of sum­
non Pike, N u tter Fort, .Wert
mer events may be obtained for asking at the chamber of com­
Va. pulled in a 31*^-lb. Bin*
merce office in the Sea Shell.
Hake which was certified bj
in old barns .they have collect­ Smith and Gilmore officials.
ed a wide variety of hinges,
Bobby Jands, 11, B o lto i
hardware, barn equipment, and Mass, caught two 4Mi-lb. Had­
a priceless collection of hand­ dock while fishing from an A
made nails, becoming rarer and Gauron craft.
Five other persons quahfie:
rarer as days go by.
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* Tops & Bot t oms
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Vi and “Flip” DeFillippo
Vi's “Ten Penny” doesn’t They were Mary Conlin, <
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# B° t h i n9 Suits
I have done what many would
stop at iron, however, for a Hawthorne road, North Graf­
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# *n *eres*,n 9 ^ o s^ ' on$
I like to do. They’re in the An­ visit to the charming barn, ton, Mass, w ith a Cusk; W
tique business — but with a stable shop, and downstairs W agner, 225 Monastery a*
flair!
showroom is a treat for any nue. W est Springfield. Maft
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That’s why “The Ten Penny” collector of glass, fine furni­ with a 12-lb. Codfish; Edmd
— every visitors gets an an­ ture. and primitives.
S. W agner, W est S p r i n g
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• Je w e lry
I tique ten penny nail as a sou­
Located on Exeter road 101D Mass, with a 1T\4-Ib. Cod^
venir of the visit.
in North Hampton, the “Ten Edward Stanton, o0 CotUF
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In the Sea G ate M o te l
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“Flip” and Vi’s interest in Penny” is easily found: it’s a t street. Newton, Mass, vnttl
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Just a block fro m th e ocean
I New Hampshire and old barns the biggest red barn between 16-lb. Codfish and Barbara*
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9 A shw orth A venue
H a m p to n Beach
I led to the beginning of the North Hampton and the Exe­ Gruebel. G5 Smith T t..
idea — and finally to the shop ter-Hampton Expressway—and lawn. New York with a 9
and its name. As specialists well worth a “ten penny” trip. Codfish.
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^oro^ y c^en ey
Vi’s Antiques
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Has New Flair
Salisbury Beach
p A REASONS TO VISIT
Presenting Highlights From BROADWAY!
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e x c it in g
Presenting the finest in liv e ly e n te rta in m e n t — a s p a r k l ' n 9
revV® ° [ e*cerpts fro m the o u ts ta n d in g hits o f B r o a d w a y
and its fa b u lo u s w rite rs and com posers. Here you w ill re*
Ave m p 9 'c rnoments fro m such s ta r-s tu d d e d musicals o*
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C,c lc d y ' M usic M o n ' H o w e r D rum Song, Take Me
ong, Sound o f Music, O k la h o m a , South Pacific, and score
of others.
Directed a n d S taged b y B uddy Thomas
hour Performances N ig h tly , 9 - 1 0 - 1 1 - 1 2 P.M.
TELSTAR l o u n g e
S° " " Sl" S' ,Winklifl9 " - • > * complete telephone , „ t e t n .
M AC JENNY’ S
PEPPERMINT LOUNGE
SURFSIDE RESTAURANT
s s e s s r a f c r s t t s s i - *• — •
28 Railroad Ave., Salisbury Beach
W here TWIST & SHAKE
a re s till k in g
w ith THE HALLMARKS
Torturing Frank Capri „ig h ,ly
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lis h e d
th ru
e a ch
S ept.
W ednesday
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re s e n ta tiv e .
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17th Annual Beauty Pageant
Set For Tuesday At Beach
Close to 40 girls from sev­
eral sections of the United
States are expected to take
part in the 17th Annual Miss
Hampton Beach Beauty Pag­
eant. This years contest has
attracted girls from as far
away as Oklahoma and Cali­
fornia and yet is interspersed
with more local area girls than
ever before participated.
For three consecutive years,
the home state of New Hamp­
shire has dominated the local
scene. Last year statuesque
Beverly Hebert of Manchester
took top honors. A year earlier
the first Hampton girl to cop
the title in many years, Jonnye
McLeod, and a year earlier
Sandie Kaye of Plaistow walk­
ed off with the honors. All
three girls have or will be of­
ficially representing the Gran­
ite State in the Miss Universe
contest a t Miami Beach. Fla.
This year's contest will pre­
sent another bit of excitement
for another lass. A local girl,
Miss Francis Houlihan of Seabrook, present title holder of
Miss New England, will be
seeking to make history. Only
JU ST RELAXING at the Hampton Beach State Bark prior to their big niBht next Tuesday evening. Five of the contestants
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Bunnies Find Home
D A N C IN G NIGHTLY
Top Off Your Nigh* At
The B e a c h c o m b e r is p u b ­
for tiie Miss Hampton Beach Pageant spent a fe« minutes at the state park where they had their official photographs takeo. New England and Miss HampPictured above are Barbara Bodge, Donna Grahm, Jean Paro. Janet Parker and Linda Mudge.
Staff Phuto by Elliot ton Beach simultaneously. A
Winnacunnet High school sen­
ior, Francis will be endeavor­
ing to duplicate this feat.
Over the years the BEACHPAGEANT
THE NEW BROADWAY.
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To A ll A d v e rtis e rs . . .
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Everything happens at Hampton Beach. One famy, the Francis Jacques’, are beginning to think so.
The owners of the Sand Motel and the Springeld Hotel, the Jacques, approximately two weeks ago,
ecame the “guardians” of new born rabbits.
Late one evening, Mr. Frank Morrissette, man­
ger of the Sand Motel, observed a rabbit m an area
1 the front yard of the motel. Upon ail ei]s^.in£ J n“
estigation, he found live newly born baby rabbits*, roi
couple of evenings the mother rabbit returned to
»ed her young as Mr. Morrissette endeavored to proset the new family.
Suddenly the babies were orphaned when their
lother was killed while attempting to cross busy
shworth avenue.
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It was then that the Jacques children, Reggie and
orraine, stepped in to take over. Making use o i ■
a
Dll’s baby bottle, the children managed to teed the
ungry babies after they were transierred to
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pringfield at 89 Ocean boulevard. Alter 10 da>>,i
F the rabbits were progressing rapidly and had a anced to the eating stage. One rabbit died.
In addition to continued feedings from the bab>
Itle, the rabbits were fed ra b b it food, water and
tuce.
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l i f e SAVING DEEDS, not quite like those performed by the Hampton Beach Life G u a rd s ---wn and black With a white spot on the [ ° > * ne>vertheirtS Ufe saving, made Lorraine and Reggie Jacques heroes recently. The 2 youngsters
The new family was attracting quite a b i t . o r at neve ^
bom in the front yard of a beach motel after they were orphaned,
ition among the visitors to the S p r | n^gheld^and^niar^ t ^ ey are shown above feeding the four surviving rabbits. Lorraine is making use of a dolls
neighbors. Mr. Jacques said there has been no e- babv bottle and Reggie with lettuce which the rabbits had just started to eat.
r>n as to what will be done with the r a b b its once
Staff Photo by ElliaJ
enough to be on their own.
The
G olden Age Bowlers
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At Larayette Lanes, the Col.
den Age Club of PortamouU
takes p a rt in weekly bowling
practice. There are over 200
members and all must be Se­
nior Citizens over 50 years ot
ivre. In the accompanying photo
s Ralph Lessard, who runs an
average of 160 although he U
to tally blind. Mr. Julian Barry,
{ team -m ate, is also blind. They
a steel railing set up beside
h.* aisle to guide them.
Members of the club also taV«
nait in woodcarving, hobby
dn»\v>. card parties, and sbufleboard, to name hut o few
r h e varied interests of this
ively Golden Agers.
Seacoast Area Church Services
Community Clm rct/\ Protestant, * > £ * -
* * - %
* £ &
non-sectnrian) D street and
’
Ashworth avenue, S u n d a y
school, 11 a.m.
morning, 10:30 a.m. Visiting Exeter road, Hampton I*a'Is*
pastors.
9:30 a.m., C h u r c h school;
S t Patrick's Church (Roman 10:30
Worsh,p'
•Catholic) Church street. Sun- Congregational — tt mnaounnet
day masses, G -7 - 7:45 - S:30road. Hampton. 9:30 a.m. m
9:15- 10-10:45-1 J:80 A.M.
June. July and August.
Sept. 22-Oct. 13. 10:30 a.m. Little River Congrcgationnlonly. D o i l y masses. 7:30.1 Christian — Atlantic avenue,
First Friday 0:30-7:30-8:30
North
9:30 n«ivni
n.m.
U •iTU * 4 §*H* •OiMV
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v« % •« Hampton,
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n.m.-5:00 p.m. Benediction. Episcopal—High street, TlnnipSundays. Holy days and First ton. Communion, $ a.m., 3rd
Fridays, 7:30 p.m. Confes- Sunday of the month. Mornsion, Saturdays. E v e s of
ing prayer and sermon at ^
Feasts, First Fridays at 4 9:30 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m.
St. Andrews by - the - sea, Rye. fj
TOWN
8 a.m.. communion; 11 a.m..
Advent — High street, HampMorning Prayer. Communion
jr, ’
ton, 9:45 u n ., Sunday . .-.ooi; Fir*! Sunday each month.
Methodist — Lafayette road, - ' 'J m
11:00 a.m.. sermon.
Hampton. S:30 and 11 a.m.,
Church schiK)!, 11 a.m., July
and August. Dial - a - Devotion
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BY DAY OR WEEK
A ll P ortable Sets
KIMBALL
REAL ESTATE
A v a ila b le 7 Days
A W eek ’ til 10 P.M
12 T S»., Hampton Beach
Tel. 926-2359
Roman Catholice — Lafayette
road, Hampton. Masses: 6:30,
7:30. 8:30. 0:80, 10:45, 11:45.
June 30-Sept. 1st. August’s
hours to be announced. Mass
first Friday 7:30 a.m. and
5 p.in. Confession Saturday
afternoon, LOO p.m. Satur­
day evening 7:30. Noveiia,
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
Route 1-A, Seabrook Beach
Sunday masses hourly on the
hour from 8 to 11:00 a.m.
Non-Sectarian — Union Chapel!
Little Boar’s Head (on Ful­
ler estate) Morning service,!
11:00 a.m. Guest speakers.
Note: Above times of services
subject to change.
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GO!
GO*
GO!
M urray’s
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n e li t l c m
KONE
G o ld
M e d o l Flovon
"The special Rainbow”
P lo y la n d
O coon
B lv d . & X ' ! i
A M E R IC A N
TALENT SHOW LOSERS aren’t losers in all respects. Gail
Pierson, S '2f and Delia Donahuem. 11/2, Medford and Woburn.
Mass, are shown following competition in a recenl Monda\ eve­
ning talent show. The girls failed to place in tht top three hut
are shown with one of Mrs. Margaret Junkins' giant lollipops
which were presented to all participants. Girls arc viewing the
Senior division competition.
Staff Photo by Elliot
H ig h
S t.,
LEGION
H a m p to n
W EDNESDAYS
7 :3 0
P .M .
B ig S p e c ia ls —
D o o r Prizes
THE ONLY OUTDOOR
COURSE O N THE
WATERFRONT !
375 Ocean Blvd
DEEP SEA FISHING
EMERGENCY LOCATION
First aid station — Hampton t
Beach Police station. WAverly i
6-3333. The officer on duty will
CALL A DOCTOR FOR YOU I
IN CASE OF EMERGENCYl
OR DURING THE NIGHT.
In the Sea Shell at the centet
of the beach.
Fire Station—Ashworth ave­
nue between "D” and "F" Sts.
WAverly 6-3316.
Police Station — Office on
Ashworth Ave. WAverly 6-3334.
GENERAL LOCATIONS
Municipal Offices — Town:!
Board of Selectmen, Noel Salo­
mon, chairman. Ri>h*r»
Smith & Gilmore Pier
1964 JOHNSON OUTBOARD
MOTORS
$ome good buys on used boots and outboor
motor*. Let u i h e lp you
enjoy o vole and hoppy bo olin g season.
George A. Smith M a n o g tr
Phone 9 2 6 -2 6 1 1
J is* t as y o u tru s t y o u r D octor, y o u con
Trust y o u r Registered Pharm acist lo f ill a ll
pre scrip tion s w ith p ro fe s s io n a l p re c is io n .
Palmer’s
PHONE
9 2 6 -3 3 4 4
L o cote d in the H ig h Street
P a rk in g Lot, H a m p to n Center
. C losed S u nd ays 4 Holiday*
t a x collector. Hazel Coffin;
treasurer, Norman N. Merrill.
Town office hours: £-5, Mon.
thru Fri., except tax collectors'
desk closed 11:30-12:30 and,
town clerk’s desk closed 12:80
to 1:30. Open 9 -1 2 Saturdays.
Chief of Police, John Roden;
fiTe chief, Perley George. Town
offices located 136 Winnacunnet road.
Precinct—Fred Gagne, Ralph
T. Harris and John J. Foley.
Treasurer ami clerk, A. Roland ,
Lines and Bait Furnished — Radit
ones
Bragg. Offices located a t 64
Ashworth avenue.
PARTY BOATS
C h a m b e r of Commerce —
Leave Hampton River D aily 8 0 0 A.M e
President, Joseph Flynn, Exec.
Tackle Shop — Bait Shop — ?
I Sec., William Ellict. Office hrs.
^are from 9:30 a.m.-9:80 p.m., 7
OUTBOARDS & ROW BOATS FOR RENT
- days a week during the sum­
mer months. Office located on
Ocean boulevard in northerly
• section of Sea Shell.
H a m p to n Beach
Tel. 9 2 6 -3 5 0 3
Public Library — Located at
I Hampton Center on Winnacunnet road. Mrs. Margaret Noyes,
Locoted a t the South i__ '
end o l Homp*on Beach. West c
Ashworth Ave and Ocean 1___
c m Blvd Roved launching ramp
marine gasoline and diesel fuel
manne hardw are o
ond m otor repairs ond storage
propellei and shaft
free poising.
PIENTY OF .FREE PARKING
COMBER has had more than
,4 passing interest in the show
w h ic h has become probably the
greatest single attraction in
the Hampton Beach summer
program. One of the Eastern
seaboard's largest and most
fascinating beauty shows, the
Miss Hampton Beach pageant
Uv, it is known today got its
start on an idea conceived by
the f o r m e r editor of the
BEACHCOMBER. HAMPTON
UNION a n d ROCKINGHAM
COUNTY GAZETTE, the late
Edward S. Seavey, Jr.
During the summer of 1946
and 1947, Mr. Seavey organ­
ized the Miss Cover Girl con­
tests. In 1948, the local cham­
ber of commerce took up the
lead given by Mr. Seavey and
thus was born. 17 years ago,
the Miss Hampton Beach Beau­
ty pageant.
The story of the pageant
down through the years has
been nothing short of fabulous
to say the least. Each year
new history has been made. A
search of the BEACHCOMBER
files has revealed a few inter­
esting statistics worth men­
tioning in conjunction with the
_ 17th annual pageant.
Perhaps one of the most in­
credible stories connected with
AL G AURO N
the contest over the years was
FRANCES HOULIHAN, Winnacunnct High school senior, will
brought to light two years ago
by t h e previous titleholder, be back this year in an attem pt to make history as she tries
Miss Sandie Kaye of Plaistow. for top honors in the Miss Hampton Beach contest. The present
Competing in the program in titleholder of Miss New England. Miss Houlihan placed second
1960, after urging from her in the 1963 Miss Hampton Beach contest.
friends, Sandie placed second.
A month later, she took top
honors in the Miss New Eng­ proud Henry Hamel has seen for the girls. His pre-pageant
land contest and the next year his girls bring honor not only talks each year as he chats
she was back a t the beach to themselves but also to their with the giris just prior to the
again. This time she captured respective states in achieving actual performance have dis­
the hearts of the judges and national fame. All the above pelled much nervousness on the
the audience to become the mentioned girls participated in parts of the girls. Mr. Elliot
first girl to hold both the titles either the Miss America or is a human dynamo of energy
of Miss New England and Miss Miss Universe contests after when it comes to final prepara­
Hampton -Beach simultaneous­ their starts at Hampton Beach. tions for many of the produc­
tions at the beach. Both he and
ly.
Another man who has work­ Mr. Hamel have put in many
Not satisfied with t h e s e ed exceedingly hard on the pro­
achievements. Sandie later be­ ductions a n d promotions at hours to keep the shows mov­
came Miss New Hampshire in Hampton Beach is the execu­ ing.
1962 for the Miss Universe tive secretary, “ Bill" Elliot.
Girls from all sections of the
contest and set a sparkling Mr. Elliot, each year, serves United States. Canada and Cu­
example for other girls to fol­ as a "father” away from home ba have competed over the
low as she placed fifth in the
Miss USA contest.
Equally exciting has been
the story of the first local girl
to rise to local beauty contest
fame. Jonnye McLeod likewise
placed among the top five girls
in two earlier beach contests
prior to taking the coveted
Miss Hampton Beach crown.
At Miami, she was one of the
youngest girls to participate in
the pageant.
This year, a n o t h e r Miss
Hampton Beach winner, Miss
Beverly Hebert of Manchester
is representing New Hamp­
shire at Miami.
Over the years the contest
has been both large and small.
In 1950 only 11 girls competed,
but in 1956 a record high of
44 young ladies took part. The
early contests were held on
the n o w historic bandstand
which was demolished 2 years
Y o u S ave H e re a t M ill Prices
ago to make way for the new
Sea Shell facilities. John Dineen, past chamber president
H o u rs: M o n d a y fh ro u g h S a tu rd a y , 1 0 A .M . to 1 0 P .M
and owner of the Casino Ball­
room, later offered the services
A ir-C onditioned
Free P a rk in g
of the ballroom for the stag­
ing of the pageant.
Perhaps the most incredible
portion of the Miss Hampton
Beach story is the work of the
Production Manager H e n r y
Hamel. In his 12th year with
the local chamber, Henry, year
after year, has persuaded girls
M APLEW O O D AVEN UE
PO R TSM O UTH , N . H.
lo enter the contest with many
From H am pton Confer proceed N o rth on
being a little reluctant and
H O W tO R e a c h
Route ) . Uso Portsm outh by-pass as i f to
scared to do so. But in the
g o to M a in e Just before Toll B ridge use
case of Beverly Hebert, Jon­
S w e a te rv ille , U .S .A .
overpass to reverse d ire ctio n . Proceed 2 0 0
nye McLeod, Sandie Kaye, Di­
yard s le ft on M a p le w o o d A venuo.
anne Lipson. Carolyn Komant,
Sally Ann Freedman, Sandra
Ramsey, Sandra Sadowski, and
Lyla Moran, among others, a
BARBER SHOP
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DEEP SEA FISHING
WEATERVILLE, U.S.A
SWEATERS and SPORTSWEAR
W h y C o o k W h ile O n V a c a tio n ?
Use O u r S p e c ia l C A LL-U P S e rv ic e
C all Us For —
Large & Sm all Pizza
Fried Clams
O nion Rings
SPECIALS
Fried S callop Plate
Fish 'N C h ip Plate
Fried C lam Plate
Chicken in a Basket
Ita lia n Sandwiches
FRIDAY SPECIAL TO GO
'mo L
hom em a^ e Clam & Fish C how der
N O W AITING — H o u r. 11 a m. to , 2 p.m .
V . S. Post Office, Beach —
lo cated
in
the
HOTEL a n d M O TE L A P A R T M E N T S
a.m.
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years. Massachusetts holds the
honor of having the most win­
Summer Festival
ners with eight. New Hamp­
shire now has three winners JULY 16, 10 a .m . - 8 p.m
while Maine, Rhode Island and
C hildren's M id w a y
Canadian girls have all placed
Home M a d e G ifts
once.
Snack Bar
The oldest girl to cop the
Ham & Bean Supper
title was Gaynor Jenkins, a
Canadian lass who won at the
Rum m age Sale
age of 22 in 1952. Seven girls
C O N G R E G A T IO N A L
share the youngest winning
honors at 17. Six girls includ­
CHURCH
ing Jonnye McLeod, Caryle CaN orth H am pton, N. H.
daro, Sally Atkinson. Barbara
Curran, Sally Ann Freedman
and Sandie Kaye placed in the
top five one year and then,
displaying determination, came HAMPTON CENTER
back in following years to take
top honors.
The girls are chosen on a
modified point system modeled
after the Miss Universe con­
4 MASTER BARBERS
t e s t . Following elemination
rounds, the girls continue to
accumulate points for poise,
PROMPT SERVICE
personality, face and form. No
talent is required although
A IR C O N D IT IO N E D
many of the girls have much
talent. Girls are attired in
bathing suits and high heel
2 3 Y e a rs Irt
shoes. Evening gowns are not
displayed until the Coronation
The S am e L o c a tio n
ball.
The pageant will be held
Tuesday evening. July 21 be­ A c ro s s th e S tre e t F ro m
ginning a t 8:30 p.m. a t the
T o b e y ’ s D ru g S tore
Casino Ballroom.
the most unusual store in New Hampshire
librarian.
Lobby open: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.,
Monduy-Friday; 8:30 mm. -12
Saturday. Window service: 8:80
I a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday;
I 8:30 a.m.-noon Saturday. No
I, service
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BEACHCOMBER
3 0 5 O c e a n B o u le v a rd
D i,,C ,ly ° " * • O c a n o p p . M o , in . M .m o r lo l
For The Entire Family
Factory Store
Portsmouth Mills
the
The
Oceon Btvd.
auto
Hompton Beoch
r e p a ir s
Siorog® ond Rood Service
Arthur Bickford 4 Son
Tel. 9 2 6 -3 3 3 8
Officials preparing me gig»« tic Hampton Beach firem ens
Muster celebration which will
take place on August 2!) re­
ported that progress has been
“excellent” from all angles.
Highlighting the pre-muster
festivities will be the Muster
Queen Beauty contest.
Any girl between the ages
of 16 and 19 years of age,
inclusive, is eligible to par­
ticipate. Any girl who is in­
terested in participating should
register with Mr. Ferry Tarle-
Collins View
By DICK COLLINS
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BEACHCOMBER
callers are such persons as
Rock Rockwell, Dick Leger,
Ralph Lowell, Warren Popp,
Dick Steele, Earl Johnston, Ed­
die Vieria, Jim Mayo and Joe
Casey.
On tap for this week, FriSummer square dancing u n -iers of the area are on hand day, July 17, is Dick Leger.
der the stars moved into its to greet those persons who
••SINGING MACS”
14th consecutive season on July | come from fa r and near to
3 with Charlie Baldwin calling, participate.
Each summer thousands of
The event is worth a visit by
persons enjoy dancing a t the newcomers to Hampton Beach
Hampton Beach State park on | even though they might not
SUGAR SHACK
the pine floor. Each Friday square dance. Costumes are
evening under the sponsorship colorful and the dancing pro­
of the Seacoast Region Square vides an interesting spectacle.
Dance association the top call-1 Headlining the list of top 28S O caan B lvd ., H a m p to n Beach
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19K1 — 35 girls competed.
Sandie Kay. 17, Plaistow. 1st;
Sylvia Gustavson, 19, Winches­
ter. Mass.. 2nd; Su Su Smith,
21, Newton Upper Falls, Mass.,
3rd.
I960 — 36 girls competed.
Diane Jezek, 17, Dracut, Mass.,
1st: Sandia Kay, 16, Plaistow,
N early Everyone'
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By DICK COLLINS
HAVERHILL. MASS. RESIDENT, Paula hikades. is eyeing 1k
Miss Hampton Beach crown now held by Miss Beverly An
Hebert. Paula will be among those girls participating at |k
Casino Ballroom next Tuesday evening.
Staff Photo by FJli,
1953 — No data available
other than the fact the first
place winner was Joan Ahearne.
1962 — 1st. Gaynor Jenkins,
22, Montreal, Canada; 2nd. Do­
ris Dionne; 3rd, Beverly Brindamour, 16, Hampton.
1951 — 26 girls. 1st, SonjaBunty Homer, 20, Montreal,
Canada; 2nd Doris Findley, 21,
Dorchester, Mass.; 3rd, Betty
Marshall, 21, Brookline, Mass.
1950 — 11 contestants. 1st,
Sally Atkinson, 18, of Ipswich,
Mass.; 2nd. B itty Marshall, 20,
Brookline, Mass.; 3rd, Barbara
McLeod, 19, Portsmouth.
Stubbs, 20, Cuba.
1948 — 12 girls, 1st, Lorran
H
H | H l 9 , 2nd, Carlyle Oj
Doucette
dario, 17 Arlington, Mass.; 2n
was Dolly Cassone, Lawreou
Mass
The winners of t h e Mi*|
BEACHCOMBER C o v e r Gi:
contest, which directly prec^A
th e
Miss Hampton Bad
shows, were as follows:
— 10 girls, 1st, lid
, Hampton Beach,
Curyle Cadario, 16, Arlington
Mass.;
Waltham
1946 -
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This week we started off
with a look a t the drive - in
theaters in our area. We have
the Salisbury. Mass. Drive - in
wherein one can see ail ‘the
stars under the stars”. Not too
far a drive from Happy Hamp­
ton. Also we have a fine Seacoast Drive-in on Route 1 in
North Hampton. Both of these
“excellent” theaters have all
the comforts of home. So jump
in your car or w hat have you
and enjoy an evening of first
run motion pictures. You can
be certain of being treated like
a king at both of these thea­
ters.
On the local ballroom front
•we see that Peter, Paul and
Mary will be among the record
stars to be coming to the Ca­
sino Ballroom. L o u i s Arm­
strong will be coming along
soon. Jack Dineen’s College
Mixers continue to become pop­
ular with the college set and
should be very well attended
this summer. Also, Jack runs
the Wednesday p.m. edition for
the younger group along with
his duties as manager of the
Casino restaurant.
The new Stagate dance par­
ties continue to draw good at­
tendance. The dance parties are
held Monday, Wednesday,. Fri­
day and Saturday nights with
many fine local rock and roll
dance bands being brought in
to wail away. So, if you like
rock and roll, th a t’s the place
to go — and it is come as you
are.
As the Miss Hampton Beach
contest draws near you will be
seeing many pictures of nice
looking girls. So keep your
eyes on the pages of the
BEACHCOMBER and see if
you can pick a winner or win­
ners.
Time now to c h e c k the
“CIA” file. To Sally a t the Ca­
sino restaurant — “Mixed Lip
Shook Up Girl”. To Gus at the
lockerroom — “1 Like It Like
That,” Bill O’Neil — “ A Hard
Day’s Night”. To Gretchen at
the Casino restaurant — ‘‘I
W ant To Hold Your Hand.”
To Judy Sullivan—"Dang Me.*
To Ed at a local bathhouse —
i “Blue on Blue.”
Well that does it guys for
another week. Have fun in the
eun and all th a t jazz. I can’t
f o r g e t Sharon a t Prestons
wants a “Dream Lover.”
C H O IC E
CHUCK
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DICK COLLINS
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Although the records are not
entirely complete, the BEAC H­
COMBER. in conjunction with
the 17th annual Miss Hampton
Beach contest, has compiled a
list of all previous winners.
They include the following:
1%3 — 37 girls competed.
Beverly Ann Hebert, IS, Man­
chester. 1st; Francis Houlihan.
Seabrook, 2nd; Lynda Rauding,
Manchester, 3rd.
1963 — 88 girls competed.
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PAGE 7
“My Fair Lady” is at the
Hampton Playhouse. For one
of the most delightful evenings
in the American theatre, see
it! “My Fair Lady” needs no
introduction to the American
public. Its record smashing per­
formance in New York for
years, when getting ii ticket
to “My Fair Lady” was a
status symbol of the highest
order—its singable songs that
all of us have warbled in the
shower — its charming love
story — all combine to make
it the greatest, and the most
talked about musical comedy of
the century.
ono of the earliest birds along
the Eastern seaboard to get
it into production — and a fine
production it is, too! The songs
come alive—the barbed Shavian
wit and humor come through
loud and clear—the dance rou­
tines are lively and guy — and
the delightful charm of it all
permeates every scene from
curtain to curtain.
The lovely, British-born sing­
er, Christina Gillespie, brought
great versatility to the role of
Eliza Poolittle. She effected
real metamorphosis from the
"bit of b a g g a g e” peddling
flowers on the London to the
beautifully exciting “princess”
at the queen’s ball. She gave a
real sweetness and tenderness
with her singing of romantic
songs such as, ‘i Could Have
Panci-d All Xiglir" and "Show
It has been released for sum­
mer stock for the first time
and the Hampton Playhouse is
JULY 1 3 - 7 5
TWO WEEKS !
~• f' sl
The Musicol of the Century
s 'i* WOt.D'S
X
n
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P- 14 1
&
GREATEST
A MUSICAL
is part of the pleas nt chore of all contestants entered in the Miss
ageant. Pictured above at the Hampton Beach S tate Park are Juw
Dolores Askamit and Frances Patti.
Staff Photo by Ellict
strictly Harrisonesque with his
handling of the songs. The technique proved highly successful
for Rex Harrison in New York
— a n d equally effective for
Joel Thomas can play is misogyny. In the same position,
is Lucy Landau, who superbly
plays Mrs. Pearce, the understanding housekeeper.
A sparkling gem. of the
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Curlain 8:40
Seals of Price* Mon. - thru Pri.
3.3 0, 3.10, 2.90, To* Inc.
Sol Eve 3.80, 3.50, 3 30, To*
Inc.
Matinee Wed*, at 2:30. A ll le a ti
Reserved, 2 50, T ai Inc
show is
comedia
cellance
stage f(
18 mont
accident
was re*
brace t
his tier
ate a c
Doolitth
HAMPTON
BEACH
ulous. His two songs — “Little
Bit of Luck” and “Get Me To
The Church On Time” -w en
hilariously funny and real aa*
dience pleasers. He was backed
UP by a lively, fast-stcppin$
troupe of dancers and singers
Few summer stock perform­
ers have the g reat capability
of Dennis Draw in bAing abk
to turn with ease from oa*
type of role to another.
Alfred P. Doolittle will bp on
j °} the outstanding comedy
characterizations in the history
of the Hampton Playhouse.
David Canary, can take i
well-deserved bow for his refi*
•fition of "On the Street When
^ ou Live”. His voice
strong and iie gave the wordi
and music the lively, romantif
lilt so necessary to bring it
°tl successfully.
Bay H arrison’s choreography
was simple but most effects
and Robert O’Brien's musical
direction resulted in a smooth
score. The stage settings ereated by Steve Nihda wen
mostly back drops but provided
an adequate background
the perform ers.
SHOWS 2 - 7 - 9 P.M
SHOWS 2 - 7
I
The rest of the large
wa* made up of George P®*
turn, Phyllis Gottesman, Jsim*
^ hittle, Lee Pearce, KatheriW
Helmond, Trent Knepper, Frd
Hoskins, A rt Hahn. S a r a -1
( bristie, Bcttv Froman Bright.
Ed Blake, Daryl! Flam, U *
I K lie n h o lz .
L u c y
D in e s ,
SANDRA SEVERANCE, Hampton, became the sixth local girl
to register for the Miss Hampton Beach contest. For many
years Production Manager Hamel had trouble convincing local
girls to try for the coveted crown. Since Jonnye McLeod took
top honors two years ago, however, many girls have tried for
top honors.
Staff Photo by Elliot
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THRU SATURDAY
JULY
18
V A N JO HNSO N in
A Thousand C low ns
C om edy b y H erb G a rd n e r
w ith Ig g ie W o lfin g to n
JULY 2 0 - 25
LLOYD BRIDGES in
“ A n n iv e rs a ry W a ltz ”
Eves: M o n .-S c t., 8 4 0
M a t: W ed & Fri.. 2 :4 5
Tel. 2 0 7 -6 4 6 -5 5 1 1
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One of the attractions which
w e e k l y receives considerable
attention at the beach is the
“jail on wheels”.
For the second consecutive
week, the weekly talent show
i t the beach sponsored by the
Hampton Beach Chamber of
Commerce was a smash hit
with the large audience.
A 13 year old organ player
and a top pianist copped the
two division trophies.
Joyce Ouellette, 13, *17 Wells
street. Rockdale, M a s s , with a
medley of tunes on the cham­
ber organ took top honors in
‘.he Junior Division competition.
Joyce, playing like u profes­
sional, switched from one num­
ber to another with ease and
had the audience applauding be, fore she was finished.
Paul Montiniere. (JO Gilman
street, Hurtford, Conn., won the
first place trophy in the Sen­
ior Division with one of the
longest consecutive applauses
of the year by the audience.
The top-notch pianist playing
a medley of popular and classi| cal songs had the audience ap| pluuding long before he had
completed his brief perform­
ance.
Second place honors in the
Junior Division went to an
acrobatic dancer who literally
turned herself inside out. Pru­
dence Gray, 10. 02 Adams ave­
nue. Saugus, Mass, danced to
“The Merry Widow Waltz.”
Charlene N. Crall, 11. Harris
a v e n u e , Cohoes, New Y’ork,
gained the third place award CATHERINE BISNETTE. Manchester, sponsored by the Ca*
with a baton twirling perform­ rousel, will be competing for the 1964 Miss Hampton Be^ch
ance to "When the Saints title next Tuesday. Nearly 40 girls are expected to take part
in the program.
Staff Photo by Elliot
Come Marching Home.”
Others to compete in the
Junior Division were Madelyn
in the church vestry on Wed­
Spring, 9, singing "Has "Any­
nesday afternoon, July 22 at
one Seen Kelly?” She was ac­
2 p.m.
companied by her sister Susan.
The
Ladies*
Aid
of
the
Hamp­
There will be home - cooked
13, a t the organ.
ton Beach Community Church food and a tea will be served
Betsy Brain, 10, 18 Union
street, Methuen, Mass, danced will hold a Food Sale and Tea in the church vestry.
to "Buckle Down Woonsocki”.
Her routine was an acrobatic
dance.
Pat Nelson of 150 Nortn 5th
street, Lewiston, N. Y. also did (
an acrobatic routine to "Would i ROUTE 1A, BEACH ROAD
SALISBURY, MASS
The “jail” is set up near
the southerly end ol the Sea
Shell. The bus display is aim­
ed at curbing juvenile delin­
quency.
N O W PLAYING
Inside, the public is given a
run down on how difficult life
can be for anyone with a po­
lice record.
FILMED - KING LUDftIC'S
------AFABU10US CASTLE'
The "jail” is sponsored by
the New Haven, Conn. Sheriff’s
department.
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J u s t a L i t t le D iffe r e n t
The
Fence
T o V ie For Beach Q ueen
Promotion Manager Henry
Hamel continued to accept reg­
istrations this week for the
rapidly approaching 17th An­
nual Mias Hampton Beach con­
test. As of press time for the
BEACHCOMBER, the number
of girls entered had swelled to
32 with more applications ex­
pected to bring the total girls
to close to 40.
With the completion of this
year’s pageant, more than 500
girls will have competed since
its inception 17 years ago.
The latest entrants include
Frances Patti, 20, Methuen,
Mass.; Phyllis Blazonis, 21,
Methuen, Mass.; Doloris Aksamit, W orcester. Mass.; June
D’Duzak, Boston, Mass.; Jean
e t h I Winnacunnet road,
that! Selectmen originally a c t e d
pfitly upon the measure back in Sopjr of temher of 1963. At that time
•each the Hoard drafted a letter
own- which was later forwarded to
th a all lease holders. At that time,
that the selectmen pointed out that
to a the conditions and regulations
feet, pertaining to fences were clear, the ly spelled out in the leases,
one It was further pointed out
ierty that over the years the Board
they members agreed that fences of
The ornamental type not to exceed
gust a height of three feet could be
0 a erected.
ling
Last fall the Board reviewed
the situation and found that
1 is a number of fences exceeding
lots the original heights stated had
ited been erected. The Board then
and took action and last week fob
in- lowed it up with an inspection
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b o a t t r ip s
on the n e w
no more park- meeting last Friday, voted to GALE IMPRESC IA. Fitchburg
Mass., recently registered will
put an ordinance into effect
to eliminate parking on the Production Manager Henry Hamel for the Miss Hampton Betd
Staff Photo by Elite
grounds of town owned parks. contest. Gale will compete on July 21.
Although the ordinance will
cover all town parks, it is
aimed specifically at Sea Shore
H a m p t o n center. Brown, i
Park at North Beach. Town
form er sales and service ms>
Manager Kenneth Boehner said
ager for a local garage, plus
many persons have been park­
a ribbon cutting ceremony ft
ing their vehicles in the area
Friday a t 9 a.m. and a drafdesignated specifically for a
ing on Saturday a t 9 p.ra.
V IM N li
Ceres Wharf (off Market Street)
Portsmouth, N
Tel. 436-7927
Fare $3.50 Round Trip, Children $2.50
Leave Portsmouth 11:00 a.m., 5:10 p.m.
Saturday 11:00 a.m., 2:40 p.m.. 5:40 n m.
Western Auto
Utilizes Old
Center Depot
The new ordinance will give
the police officers authority to
ticket and/or have the vehicles
towed away. These areas will
be posted with signs.
The ordinance will be put
into effect as soon as proper
public notice is given.
GRAND D RAW IN G G IV I
D ra w in g S aturday N ig h t
NAME
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28 DEPOT SQUARE
STREET
TOWN
FRIDAY 9 A .M .
R ib b o n C u ttin g
1 0 A . M . - 4 P.M .
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26” Bicycle
Redwood Picnic Table
Ranger Lookout T o w p t
G IV E N A W A Y :
• 18” Electric lownmower
• Metmac Dinnervrare Set
• 3 H P. Roto-Tiller
SATURDAY 9 P M .
tw in g o f Prize W in n e r
Paro. South Berwick, Maine;
Donnu Graham, Fremont, Cali­
fornia; Barbara Bodge, Ports­
mouth; Janet Parker, Haver­
hill, Mass.; Linda Mudge, Gro­
ton, New York; Paula Kikades,
Haverhill, Ma s s . ; Margaret
Gibbons, 17, Lowell, Mass.;
Catherine Bisnette, 17, Man­
chester; Sandar Severance, 17,
Hampton; Mary Lou Clinton,
Arlington, Mass.; Pat Smith,
Greenfield, Mass.; and Gale
Impressia, Fitchburg. Mass.
Those girls who have been
assigned sponsors include the
following: Jean Paro, Casino;
Janet P a r k e r , Cove Motel;
Sheila Scott, Somersett Lodge;
Phyllis Blazonis, Casino by
John Dineen; Walda Sweeney,
Grads Specialty Shop, Haver­
hill, Mass.; Carol Cook, Hotel
OUTDOOR
Allen; Fran Holihan, Tides Ho­
“ FLE A" MARKET
tel; Sandra Severance, FemOPEN SAT & SUN, 10 o m -6 pm j croft
Recreation Center and
(W a o fh e r P e rm ittin g )
Paula K i k a d e s , Hale Shoe
I Store.
A n tiq u e s o f Every
D esciption
Also Franci Patti. Casino;
Jean Parro, The Wesley House,
Come in a n d b ro w s e o ro u n d , »•«
s o m e th in g d iff e r e n t
B street; Donna Graham, Cot­
tage Grille; Barbara Bodge,
B & J PIN E S H O P
Carousel; Linda Mudge, Ca­
1 2 0 Lefaryett* Kd |Routo 1)
rousel.
l m i. n o rth o f S a lis b u ry S q u o r*
The Miss Hampton Beach
S a lisb u ry
4 6 5 -0 8 6 9
contest will be held a t 8:30
B u rt a n d J»an B oyd
p.m. a t the Casino Ballroom
on Tuesday, July 21.
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THE BIG ONE
Hampton’s old depot is serv­
ing area residents once again.
The depot, which local histori­
ans date back to the 1840’s, is
CO TTO N CANDY
now the new home of Stan
G um & Lifesavers
Brown’s Western Auto.
(NEXT TO PLAYLAND)
“I opened my first store here
George R. M urroy
in 1959/’ Brown said, “but 1
O cean B lv d . n e a r " C " Street
bought the railroad property
two years ago because the old
store was too small and offer­
ed little chance for enlarge­
ment.”
The depot was once the cen­
ter for freight and passenger
actcivity in the area and also
served as the freight shipping
center for the Rye, Hampton,
and North Hampton beaches.
During the gas rationing of
the 1940’s, the depot a l s o
served as the bus station.
"Ralph E. Harris designed
V I ’ S A N T IQ U E S
the new store,” Stan continued,
"and 1 asked him to keep some Vl ° " d " F l i p - DeFillipo at tm
° P* n ," 9
o f - T h e Ten Penny*',
semi-balance of the old depot
in his plans. The store now
A n tiq u e s
on Exeter Road.
*0 , N o rth H a m p to n . V i's ■*
retains the curved arches in
o t th e Red Bam. *
the front and the bay window r,o w
Un,c,ue fe a iu r e is th e collection ol
in the rear/'
rim itiv e h a rd w a re . Each v i l i * »
The new Western Auto will prt-rcivo
g e n u in e a n tiq u e l#n*
be the largest retail store in P «ony sn aail OJ
o m em e nto.
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Near B&M RR Sta.( Linco|n S( _ Exeter
Lloyd Bridges, star of tele­ John Donnelly of H a m p t o n
vision’s top syndicated ’‘Sea Beach as a membet of its resi­
Hunt” series, opens Monday dent company.
As a student a t the Univer­
evening, July 20, in "Anni­
versary Waltz” at John Lane’s sity John was seen on stage
Ogunquit (Maine) Playhouse. in King Lear and Look Home­
Written by two of the more ward Angel. This season he
successful authors of present- will play Tranito in The Tam­
day stage comedies, Jerome ing of the Sherw, Servio in A
Chodorov and Joseph Fields, Servant of Two Masters, and
"Anniversary Waltz” proved as Dr. Rank in A Dolls House.
William Shakespeare’s quadpopular as other hits from the
famed collaboration which pro­ racentennial will be celebrated
duced "Junior Miss”, "My Sis-,
ter Eileen”, "Wonderful Town”
UJ
and "The Ponder H eart”.
THE SHOE HAVEN
>
"Anniversary Waltz” played
131 Lafayette Rd., U.5. l f N o. H am pton, N . H. ^
<
before Broadway audiences for
C ancellation Shoes, Famous Brands
17 months, followed by a sue-1
— DISCOUNT PRICES —
cessful national tour capped
O pe n M on, T u*s, W ed, Sat, 10 o m -6 pm — T h u n . Fri, 10 a m -9 pm
w i t h a record - breaking 13
month run in San Francisco.
Called "outrageously funny” by
the N. Y. World Telegram,
"Anniversary Waltz" relates a
series of surprising upsets in
the marital life of a more-or- J
less average American family
LOBSTER POUND
. . . upsets triggered by th e 1
AND
husband’s champagne - induced
impulse to tell a long-held se­
cret on the couple’s loth wed­
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ding anniversary.
° A liv e
• B o ile d To O rd e r
L l o y d Bridges, portraying
the loose - tongued h u s b a n d ,
Foot o f B rid g e a t S m ith & G ilm o re W h a r f
gained an enviable reputation
as a top young actor in HollyNative Lobsters, Clams and Fish
| wood before he became Ameri­
ca’s best known skin diver on
I “Sea Hunt”. Among his films
j an? "High Noon”, "White TowW e lc o m e
S poken
»
»
of Fury”. "Home
er
^ • V "Sound
—
Q U A L IT Y UNSURPASSED
of the Brave” and "The God­
dess”. On Broadway he was
T e le p h o n e (H a m p to n ) 9 2 6 -3 4 2 4
seen in "Dead Pigeon” and
"Oh. Menf Oh, Women!”.
FRESH DAILY
EVERY WED., FRI. & SAT.
W E D N E S D A Y & FRIDAY
JIM M Y MOSHER
S A TU R D A Y
DONOVAN & FALLON
N
THE FAMILY STORE AT HAMPTON BEACH SINCE 1926
FREDDY SATERIALE
The
TH U R S D A Y N IG H T
JACK DINEEN:S
N o rm a n Parsons & Lin
S ub-C ontractors
John Donnelly
L loyd Bridg es Selected For
To App ear
UNH Theatre
The Summer R e p e r t o r y
at the University of
At O gunquit Theater
New Hampshire has selected
by the University of N. H.
S u m m e r Repertory Theater
when it opens its second sea­
son July 16 with the Bard’3
popular comedy "The Taming
of the Shrew.” The second play
of the season will be Ibsen’s
"A Doll’s House.” Comedy will
again hold the stage July 23
as the company romps through
Goldoni's "The Servant of Two
Masters.”
The last play to be added
to the company’s repertory’ w ill
be a premier performance of
a new adaptation of Haw­
thorne’s "The Scarlet Letter.”
The above people rae pre­
forming with th t company for
the season. They are, from left
to right Chip Skogiund, Dur­
ham; Paul Cilley. Greenland;
John Buksbazen. Durham; John
Donnelly, Hampton Beach.
N. H. LOBSTER COMPANY
CONGRATULATIONS !
T o w n & C o u n try B uilders — Ger
PAGE 9
4 0 C ontestants Are E xpected
Eu forced
Troll
Bridge
BEACHCOMBER
Store
COLLEGE MIXER
A d d e d G u e s t S tars
JUST SO UTH OF THE C A S IN O O N O C E A N BO U LE VA R D
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(C oats a n d Ties R equired)
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Captain John Smith Fished
Margaret’s
The
BEACHCOMBER
P A G E 11
;aged
Off Isles Of Shoals In 1 6 1 4
M
ill.i
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H AM PTO N BEACH
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BEAUTY SALON
ton of Copt John Smith and w o r e self - sustornm*. were
Vi
formed.
Th
his discovery in the following:
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The
London
.Merchants
following................
and Plymouth
Plymou... Companies
v . v . » . , were
----article.
emigrants
Rut for the daring and en- strong backers of enrigra
ew bound for the section north of
SPECIALIZING IN
th usiasm
usiasm of
of one
one man. New
be I Virginia, where Captain J<
John
England today
!1> might well h*
PERSONAL SERVICES
ew Spain
0i«.n or
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I Smith h a d accomplished so
New
New France.
By the early part of the 17th much,
century the scene of the long
This erstwhile sailor, soldier,
power struggle between Eng- mercenary, and adventurer aTHE
Innd and Spain had been trans- gain offered his services to his
ferred to North America. The sovereign. Under the aegis of
MIGHTY B
Spanish were already firmly the London Merchants he set
entrenched in the southern part sail with three ships and a
TAKE-OUT SERVICE
of the continent. In the north crew of about forty men and
Jacques Cartier had claimed boys. His orders were to “make
Southern Fried Chicken
Qu e b e c for France. Other tryalls of gold and copper
Our Specialty
French explorers were pushing mines, and take whales.” If
into what is now Maine, and these failed, wrote Smith in
Open T il 12 30. 7 Day* o Week
westward to Lake Champlain, his Description of New Eng/
CABINS $5 per Couple In Order to keep her two rivals land, “then fish and furs should
from closing the gap between be our refuge.”
Turn Right O ff H O of Ploro,
Florida and the St. Lawrence
Although the crew explored
Salisbury, Mass.
River, England set out to colon- both the coast and inlan.l from
ize it herself.
Newfoundland to the tip of,
Cape Cod, no gold or copper
m:
was found. As for whales, they
saw many, and spent much
time in chasing them, but could
CHINESE
O 0T#
kill any. Smith bartered
with the Indians for furs He
AMERICAN
had thought the fishing around
LH1> DINING ROOM
Newfoundland not much better
than in England. Then, by
• Special luncheon* d a ily 1 1 : 3 0 - 3 p.m.
chance, he came upon a group
“ Chmeie Buffer W e d n e id a y i, 6 to 8 .3 0 p.tn.
of elands, - a heape together, ------ • ■ ■■n
- a ll you can eaf on ly $2.95.
• Dinner Dancing Saturday Evening*.
none neare them, against Ac- BACK FOR ANOTHER TRY is Marv Ion Mint, „ i
commticus
n it
4
,
.
.
,s Har> i-ou Minton. above. ......
Reservations suggested.
in York. Maine)*.” And W o T
a
°n . ^
*" the Mlss .H a« P ton Beach contest last year
• Peg Norton a t the Hammond — W ednesday.
this place, about ten miles off Th - r"
^ T ii
,h p .fe" cir,s r ‘,,,lrninKfor a second chance,
Thursday and Friday evenings.
• Take out service.
what is now Portsmouth. N H i " J ='lnu> ballroom will be a fam iliar sight for her next TuesROUTE 1 — RYE, N H. — 9 6 4 -5 5 4 5
John Smith discovered some': day> Jul> 21'
Staff Photo by ~
Elliot
thing which was to effect the
ives of thousands of his countrymen. The waters around the S t a n d i s h ^ p i " ' (
*^yIes l°n£ as my countrymen pros™
" ere t.eenlin«r with fish
More
and more Englishu fi>?h- L ^
of God be
i'lore and
*u and .the, name
.
whose quantity and quality.
had he not seen for himself. ermen, merchants, and shin there pra,sed» 1 huve ray conbuilders migrated to the new. te n t”
™ „ !7 U “ *
country. By IGGq sjx hundred
Hastiiy the crew set to work. persons were living on* three
H a m p to n B a y
In the Seacoas! Area
1014 , r nths ,ater’ h. July. Of the eight islands th at make
j1®1? ’ t,h®y retur"ed to Eng- up the Shoals. Others were
f rn‘ V. t^ lr ships h e a v i l y penetrating deeper into the in- \
freighted with fish.
y terior of the mainland. By th e'
end of the century New E ng-! For A ll A ges — Young
John .Smith went un
295 a , A S H W 0 R T H H°TE1- DINING ROOM
and."
,,f Devonshire! land was a reality as well as
295 Ashworth Blvd.
Children A Specialty
a name.
RufFoi c
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.
Hampton Beach
£rvor. exhoar t7 ,r tfishermen ‘ to
Buffet Every Tuesday 5 - 8:30 P.M.
Near the close of his brief
C onfo<! B ill G illig a n . 5 “ O ” St.
COME A$ YOU ARE'*
'and wartefrUsrtUneS ‘n NeW E^
H a m p tfo n Beach
9 2 6 -3 2 7 0
at
52. he could
* n te without bitterness, “So
toidHthem awbP°0r fisher” h0
S V - ’ S T S
t a th 3
HUDON-S RESTAURANT
sin:v -•
Western Prime Beef
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hunOcean Fresh Seafood
hc,P.e of the land for have)
W0(
279 n
Hampton Beach, N. H.
wood,
Truites, fowles. L rn
279 ° t t o n Boulevard
Mrs. Charlotte E. Dwyer o f
of 10 Bragg avenue, Hampton
Beach, announces the engage­
ment of her daughter, Barbara
Ann, to Mr. David Alan Goldthwaite .son of Mr. and Mrs.
Golthwaite of Whitehall road,
South Hampton.
Miss Dwyer is the daughter
of the late David A. Dwyer.
A September 12th wedding
is planned.
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926-5441
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Swimming School
Tel. 926-5421
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COVE MOTEL
ond Coffee Shop
9 9 c D a ily Luncheon
285 North S h o re X d .” ^
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Phone 926-2962
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RESTAURANT
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Fountain Service
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Of fish that n et?Cih ,}uantit»®«
their ,oa,
Too ^ ^ e r
to i t
drying 1 J
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the use of saU^Th*’ without
Price was som/ Their market
f 8 hfeh as that dT n " ftimes
lan(l or elsewhere Ne'vfound*
of
hack to EnelUb ^ „ th wen<
Ports. The exo.inani?. F' uroP, an
PilKrims. hopes r e n ^ ^ n- Thc
^ d their don. ,renewed. hasU
den. The p u7 arturc: f™n, Ley.
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lowpri In
venturers sailed up"*thSh padcataqua Rjve
Up the P,3.
•which they
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ffanke) and with C< ®trawbery
number
SOme of their
Pnescnl D.,vJr ‘"if 0ut to the
Ne* Hampsh^e Kan Settlin«
JV** Pstahhsh'e<!'S p tra,iink post
STEAK
tu n ,.
|th* New Engianrf0"1 a 1 ul°ng
tA K — SHORE DINNERS
So™'
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came to buy the C°‘*3t ,nen
Serving f rom 8 Q m f<> }
a.m. ■tobacco, foodstoff, "6' 3UKarmerchandise b r o ' u' other
Hampton Beach
England and Fur * h 1 from
change for
, roPe in exr Shoal!' fish. One of
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H a m p to n C e n te r
descriptions -
Free D e liv e ry
9 2 6 -3 8 6 4
not a
•OEIINE
but
a
p r o f e s s io n
Bruce Dow, 8 Sixth street,
Hampton, hua beer, named to
Dean s List for outstanding
scholastic achievement during
the second semester at Went­
worth Institute in Boston, ac­
cording to an announcement
bv Dr. H. Russell Beatty,
Wentworth president.
V* entworth trains industrial
and engineering technicians in
a program leading' to an As­
sociate in Engineering degree
and is one of the largest ac­
credited technical institutes in
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WORLD S FAIR PERFORMERS from the Hampton area will be participating m the New England pavilion this week, t ictured above with their instructor Marie Patent are Mark Goodnough, Linda Sullivan, Maribeth Neddy, Denise Dupuis, Janice
Palmer. “Bill” Elliot, executive secretary of the local chamber will accompany the group as will Mrs. Ethel Mann. No. Hamp­
ton, pianist.
Staif Phuto by Elliot
along with her students. She
has operated her dance studio
in the Hampton area for seven
years and her students are
well known for their perform­
ances throughout the region.
A member of the Boston Dance
..
.
- Teachers’ club and a member
Hampton Day a t the New Elliot, executive secretory of q( {he Natjonal Council of
York World’s Fair will be rep­ the local chamber of commerce. Dance T(?acher Organizations
The dancers have been re- of America> Mrs Palent has
resented by dancers of the
instructed at teacher’s conMarie Patent Dance studio of hearsing steadily for the past
month and will stage 2 shows ventions and in loeal schoo!s.
Hampton on July 17.
Accompanying t h e dancers on the 17th a t the New Eng- The annua| dance recital of
to New York, and serving as land pavilion with a possibility thg schou, has been held nt
master of ceremonies at the of appearing at the United Winnacunnet High school for
tw0 vears for the
Hampton Day will be ‘Bill” States pavilion the following the
day. Their dance numbers will ( benefit q{ the’ winnacunnet
represent the beach area at ^ h Schoo, Scholarship Fund,
the fair and will include sue 1 Reservations have been made
songs as “In the Good Old
Summer Time”, “By the Sea’
und many others.
w
Special costumes have been J g j j g A 1 0 1 ^ 3 1 1
designed and made for the
u
group by Wolff-Fording then-A
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BEAUTY SALON
trical supplies of Boston.
iV C IU lC D O T t
Those persons participating ‘
1
- O n T h e O c e a n F ro n t will be Janice Palmer, daugh-1 Robert C. Currier announced
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold I
selection
of ‘ rmu La
GREYSTONE HOTEL
Palmer; Denise Dupuis, daugh- Douce” as the musical comedy
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Du-, hit Jan.* Morgan will perform
81 Ocean B lvd., Cor. ‘ K’ St.
puis of Hampton Beach; Mark, a t t h e Kennebun:.port PlayI Goodnough, son of Major ond ,iouse the week cf August 31
O p e n Y e a r R ound
Mrs .David Goodnough of No. through Septemb?r 5.
Hampton; Maribeth N e d d y .
This will be the first time
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don- t h a t Jane Morgan has ever
16 th S eason
aid Neddy of Seabrook Beach: ployed this role from the long
and Linda Sullivan of New- running Broadway musical senW A L K -IN SERVICE
burvport.
sation and her engagement at
9 2 5 -2 4 9 8
Mrs. Patent will also dance t }, e Playhousewill bring
the
i seas n to
aresounding
climax.
The week of August 17 thru
August 22 at the Playhouse will
X. /
find Jane returning to Maine
with her production “An Even­
For th e W h o le F a m ily !
ing with Jane Morgan” using
•
BEACHW EAR
material never before seen or
heard in this area. Other acts
o playw ear
and thc Jane Morgan Orchestra;
E verything fo r Camp & Home
will complete the program for*
this engagement.
N e w b u ry p o rf s Leading
Jane’s opening show at the
D e p a r t m e n t Store
Playhouse, July 2 through 5.
resulted in her usual capacity
plus audiences for every pi*iformance as theatrogo
^ all
cheered her return to t e Ken20 PLEASANT STREET. NEWBURTPORT
nebnnkport Playhouse ..ifter a
“ l 5 M in u t** f r o m Hampton Bvach
two vear absence.
M arie P aten t D ancers At
F air O n Ham pton Day
at E. Elmhurst, New York and
after their performances, the
group will tour the fair. Ac­
companying the performers al­
so will be Mr. Thomas Sulli­
van. Mrs. Henry Shute and
Mrs. M argaret Dupuis who will
serve as assistants backstage.
M a r g a r e t J v n k in s
Dietetic Candies
H am pton Beach
ROCKY BEND SUPERMARKET
Bakery - Meats - Groceries
B o a r’ s H e a d
MARY
ANNETTE'S
H a m p to n B each
STAPLES
F e a tu rin g A C o m p le te A s s o rtm e n t O f
5c to $ 1 .0 0 M e rc h a n d is e & Beach N e e d s
|
beach aids
beach toys
first aid needs
beach supplies
cosmetics
sun tan aids
CLOTHING
H. W. PRAY
CJuly 13-July 22)
July 17 — Square Dancing,
3:30 p.m.. H a m p t o n Beach
State Park.
July 15-25 — “My Fair
Lady”. Hampton Playhouse.
Ia,y 19 — Rev. Strickland,
Melrose, Mass., guest preacher.
H a m p t o n Beach Community
Church.
July 21 — Miss Hampton
Beach Beauty Pageant, 8:30
p.m., Casino Ballroom.
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1 2 - 1 4 - 1 6 4iB” STREET A T THE BEACH
COMPARE
THESE
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PAGE 12
HAM PTON
TIDE TABLE
— For Your Vacation Pleasure —
JULY
HIGH
LO W
22
1 0 :5 7 A M
4 :5 2 PM
band concerts
23
1 1 :3 8 A M
5 :3 4 PM
Tuesday thru Saturday. Afternoons 4-5 p.m. Evenings 7-8, and
8:30-9:30 p.m. Sundays 2-3, 4-5, 7-8 and 8:30-9:30.
24
12 .0 0 N
6 :1 5 PM
25
1 2 :5 7 PM
6 :4 8 A M
26
1 :3 5 PM
7 :2 7 A M
27
2 :1 3 PM
8 07 AM
28
2 :5 4 PM
8 4 7 AM
29
3 :3 8 PM
9 ;3 0 AM
30
4 :2 5 PM
1 0 :1 5 AM
31
5 :1 6 PM
1 1:0 4 A M
ORGAN CONCERTS
Tuesday thru Saturdays, 2 -3 ; Mondays only 3 - 4.
Monday evening only, 8:30*9:30. A1 Ouellette at the organ.
I
FIREWORKS
I
Wednesdays — if weather permits. In front of the Sea Shell
at 9:10 p.m.
A
AND
TALENT SHOW
Mondays from the new Sea Shell stage beginning July (». Finals
to be held latter part of August. Junior Division begins at
7 p.m. Senior division immediately following. Register with
Henry Hamel at Chamber of Commerce.
THE ROCKINGHAM
COUNTY
SQUARE DANCING
Fridays, 8:30 p.m. at the Hampton Beach State Park. Dances
sponsored by Seacoast Regional Square Dance association.
First dance under the stars June 20.
_t
CALISTHENICS
Monday through Friday beginning Friday. July tf. on the sand in
front of the Sea Shell beginning at 10:30 a.m. Miss Coca
Cola your director.
V O L. X X X V I ,
nor
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«■w w uunvo iii aaaiu
Wednesdays from 2-4 p.m. for young teenagers; College Mixers, to acting. Pictured above are Lucy Dines, a Io al helper, and Cathy Rrown.
Thursday evenings for older teens. Both at Casino Ballroom.
Staff Photo by C
See the separate schedule of special weekly events each week
elsewhere in the BEACHCOMBER. A complete schedule of sum­
mer events may be obtained for asking at the chamber of com­
merce office in the Sea Shell.
Old Salts Catch Cod hooked a 20-lb. codfish and hill, Mass. The catch was m:
qualified when her catch was from a Smith and Gilmore p
Codfish were running heavy certified by an A1 Gauron offi­ ty boat.
during the past week and most cial.
Mrs .Sally Michaud, 7 Mi
of the catches made by new
Edward Stanton, while fish­ gan street, Nashua pulled
members of the Old Salts club ing aboard a Smith and Gil­ a lOfe-lb. codfish to quali
*
^ *
were good sized cod.
more party boat, landed an 8- while fishing from a Smith a
Heading the list of newest lb. haddock. Edward resides a t Gilmore craft.
• Tops & Bottom s
members was John Hondrellis, 50 Cottage street. N e w t o n ,
F e 1 i x Oliver Paradis,
• B a th in g Suits
Windham Depot road, Derry. Mass.
Haines street. Nashua caug
John
pulled
m
a
50-lb.
cod
• Interestin g Fashions
Gerald Basnar, 317 Merri­
while fishing from the Ric Roc, mack street, Manchester, land­ a 4V&-Ib. haddock while fishi
• Play Clothes
an A1 Gauron craft operating ed a 28li-'lb. codfish while fish­ from the Ric Roc, an A1 Ga
out of the state pier and cap­ ing from a Smith and Gilmore ron craft.
• U nusual G ifts
Any person may become
tained by Capt. Bill Mahoney. party boat. Also fishing from
• Je w e lry
B r u c e Chamberlaise, 13, a Smith and Gilmore cruft was member of the non - meetii
Chesham, caught a 20-lb. cod. Dr. Theodore A. Kanes, 126 Old Salts club by hauling
In th e Sea G ate M o te l
He, too, was fishing from the Front street. Bath, Maine. He one of the fish as listed
Ric Roc and his catch was cer­ qalified with a catch of a 5-lb. either of the Hampton Riv
Just a block fro m th e ocean
fishing piers or a t the char
tified by officials at the A1 haddock.
9 A sh w o rth A venue
H a m p to n Beach
ber of commerce. The catch
Gauron pier.
Also qualifying with a catch must be sanctioned by the ofl
Mrs. Barney Churest, 288 of a 50-lb. haddock was Jean
Biles street. Lewiston. Maine, Kyroax, 5 Quimby St., Haver­ cials at one or the other •
the piers.
dorothy cheney
Salisbury Beach
REASONS TO VISIT
THE NEW BROADWAY
NO.
5
In c o rp o ra tin g the
H a m p to n Beach A d v e c o tt
W E D N E S D A Y , JULY 2 2 . 1 9 6 4
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Miss Hampton Beach
Miss Sheila Theresa Scott of 12 K Street, Hampton
Eeach, became Miss Hsrouton Reach of 1964
evening at the Casino Ballroom before a large, enthusi­
astic audience which filled the hall to near capacity.
Miss Scott became the fourth consecutive New Hamp­
shire girl to cop the crown and only the second Hampton
girl to take first place honors since the series was re­
newed. This was the 17th annual contest.
Sheila, sponsored by the Somerset Lodge, is a 16 vesr
old Winnacunnet High School senior. The young beauty
is 5 ft. 2 in. tall, weighs 115-lbs., and her vital statistics
read 34-24-36. She is a talented vocalist and is currently
the defending champion of the Senior Division of the
weekly beach talent shows having grand honors in Aug­
ust of 1963.
The first runner-up in the contest was Miss Frances
Houlihan of Seabrook, present holder of the Miss New
England title. Fran, sponsored by the Tides Hotel, also
placed second last year in the Miss Hampton Beach
contest. Alsa a senior at Winnacunnet High, Fran is
17 years old, weighs 110-lbs., is 5 ft. 4 in. tall, and has
statistics of 34-23-34.
Placing third in the contest of 38 girls was Frances
Janes, 18, of 23 Red Rock Street. Lynn, Mass. Weighing
114-lbs., 5 ft. 5 in. tall, and measuring 35-22-34 her viv­
acious personality easily won her the third spot.
Mr. William Elliot, executive secretary of the Hamp­
ton Beach Chamber of Commerce served as the master
of ceremonies during the gala competition. He intro­
duced the judges, Stanley Selib, the New England
manager of the Miss Universe contest; Mr. John Vari,
distinguished TV and stage actor and owner of the
Hampton Playhouse; Arnold Parklow, New England
(CONTEST—Continued on page Two)
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Presenting Highlights From
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Work is progressing rapidly
on the new N.H. State Port
Authority docking facilities at
Nobles Island but Authority di­
rectors are still trying to in­
terest Central New England and
Northern New York companies
in the facility.
Eugene Soles. Port Authority
Chairman, said recently that
dedication ceremonies are plan­
ned for the early Fall but many
who might make use of the
docking facilities are taking a
wait and see attitude.
When completed, the dock
will serve ships carrying fuel,
bulk cargo and containerized
I cargo.
n ig h t l y
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Presenting the finest in liv e ly e n te rta in m e n t •
revue o l excerpts fro m the o u tsta n d in g hits
a n d its fabulous w riters and composers. Hei
live m agic moments from such star-studde
M y Fair Lady. Music M an, F low er Drum S«
A long, Sound o f Music. O klahom a, South Pac
o f others.
Directed and Staged b y D
Four Performances N ig h tly , 9 - 1 0 - 1 1 -
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PEPPERMINT LOUNGE
28 Roilroad Ave., Salisbury Beach
Where TWIST & SHAKE
SURFSIDE RESTAURANT
Pictu/e w in d o w s on the ocean, colored lig h ts on the w a te r
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