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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 5, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 8�?Bennington Banner tuesday july 5, 1986 Deal. Dog food 0 shoulder Lamo chops. 79 Walker s Market newest opening. Pie n Pac no. 4 Pownal it. A watch for new opening in your area medics meet at Manchester Hoosick Falls Royalty a miss Barbara saus Ville Queen of last years Junior prom at Hoosick Falls Central school crowns the 1966 Queen miss Nancy Steller As members of the court their escorts Flower girls and Crown bearer look on during the recent festivities. Beaumont Hoosick Falls High alumni Honor 50-year classmates Hoosick Falls . A More than 340 persons attended the annual alumni reunion dinner of Hoosick Falls High school wednesday night at Mario s Airport inn in Troy. They included mrs. Frannie video Phillips of Utica who was a teacher in the school 50 years ago having taught German language from 1913 to 1918. Nine members of the 50-year class among the honoured guests were mrs. Lena Mcchesney of Troy mrs. Blanche Allen and mrs. Hazel of Brien of Hoosick Falls mrs. Edith Finch of round Lake mrs. Grace Akin of Johnsonville William Shanahan of Bergenfield n.j., miss Myra Sisson of White Creek mrs. Eileen Lawlor of Watervliet and mrs. Sylvia Sutton of Albany. Mrs. Lyda Armstrong of Hoosick Falls class of 1903, represented the eldest class present and Fremont Haswell or. From Florida came the longest distance. Fifteen members of the 25-year class who were in attendance were also honoured. Members of the class of 1966 interest computed from Day of Deposit to Day of withdrawal on All open savings accounts answers to quiz part i 1-b 2-c 3-c 4-b 5-b part la i a 2-e 3-a 4-b 5-c part la i a 2-d 3-a 4-e 5-b Symbol qui i a 2-a 3-j 4-f 5-e 6-h 7-1 8-1 9-c 10-b daily interest compounded quarterly example i i "a1 in Lei Sault Quot i Quot pm National ban i it. A wow Oxon example ii a a a Quot a Quot Bank a a a Quot Fiest Oina National Bank example Iii i Quot a Quot tort. Baal inter Cost at int Blat rat in t f of at Batt balance january i of Rosi Teo february 2b $2,000 of 02,Boon $2,000.00 $700.00 Nen account january 21 000,100.00 000,000.00 $50,000.00 Nith Brann March la to. Aoi. Of $1,400.00 nit Maranal March la ,000.00 ,000.00 $45,000.00 Nen account january 27 11,000.00 St,001.10 $7,000.00 interest earned mar. N him Haji $20.54 interest earned mar Lluu nith0ranal february 20 m.000.m $6,000.00 Deposit March it a to. $4,500.00 interest earned Man. La Mai Hsi 933.ta first National Sank of Orth Ennington with offices at North Bennington and Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance corporation care of a whole patients needed to counteract age of specialists were guests of the alumni. Robert Cathcart alumni member who is announcer for Albany radio station Woko was master of ceremonies. Special decorations in Blue and White were provided under the direction of mrs. Theodore Anderson and entertainment including a German band performance was provided. During the business meeting conducted by Kasmer Stempek retiring president election of officers was held. With Rudolph Marshall heading the nominating committee the following officers were elected Richard Stallmer president mrs. Gay Harter Fairbanks first vice president Robert Lohnes second vice president mrs. Gail Magisano recording Secretary mrs. June Johnson Pine corresponding Secretary mrs. Margaret Cottrell treasurer mrs. Belle Prebble historian mrs. Janice Lebarron Tate ticket chairman Kasmer Stempek Paul Moseley and mrs. Patricia Anderson trustees Rudolph Marshall mrs. Jean Gavagan Harold Robson and Walter Beckstein advisors. Manchester a an eminent medical educator said saturday that some medical schools Are reacting to the a Page of specialization by training medical students to see and treat the a whole or. Jules l. Whitehill was commenting on a seminar conducted Friday at the Midsummer meeting of the new England states and Eastern Canada Region of the International College of surgeons at the Equinox House. Or. Whitehill is professor of surgery at Chicago medical school not affiliated with the University of chicag associate Dean of the school and medical director of it. Sinai Hospital Chicago. Or. Salvatore r. Traina chief of obstetrics and gynaecology at Somerville and Central hospitals in Somerville mass. And at the Kenmore Hospital in Boston moderated the discussion at which or. Whitehill appeared along with or. Douglas Gordon Massey professor of Medicine at the new Sherbrooke University medical school Sherbrooke Canada. Or. Whitehall said that tremendous technological advances forced the trend toward specialization in Medicine because no one Man could know everything about All Fields of medical practice. He said he believed specialization had some deleterious effects on the practice of Medicine and that alternation in methods of medical education is needed to Correct these defects. Though or. Whitehall praised the specialist and academic doctor As sources of major medical discoveries he said the Over specialized and technically oriented doctor was sometimes blinded to the whole problem of the patient by the View of the patient As merely a scientific problem. Or. Whitehall said the doctor of today should be trained in medical school As a a undifferentiated the student should be technically expert he said but he should also be taught to View the patient As a whole series of problems of which the disease is but one manifestation. All of these patient problems a economic social emotional a or. Whitehall said have an effect on diagnosis and treatment and Are medically important. A i done to like to hear an intern Tell me a this is a Case of there is no such thing As a Case of anything lying in a Hospital bed but a human being with a Complex of problems All or some of which May be re North Bennington Elizabeth Dwyer 442-4519 or. Ana mrs. Lucien Hanks of Hillside Street have received word that their son Cpl. Peter Hanks recently landed in Saigon for service with the special services dept., . Army. He recently completed an extensive course in the army a languages Institute at Monterey Calif. His address is he Mac Box 105, Apo san Francisco. Mrs. Charles Harris of main Street is undergoing treatment for a severe Eye infection. Mrs. Betty Hayes with her Cousin miss Theresa Walsh of Brooklyn and her son j.t., spent the Holiday weekend at York Beach Maine while Mary Mosher got her sunburn at the Rhode Island beaches. Other residents Here contented themselves with backyard cookouts and then moved off in Masse to watch fireworks at Shaftsbury monday night. A few went in the other direction to look in on the fourth of july Celebration at Readsboro. Jim Wickenden and Erie Midiere Are keeping Cool alongside Lake Champlain where they Are attending Camp Abnaki the Myca Camp at North hero. Lated to his whole medical condition a or. Whitehall declared. Faculties in medical schools were also changing or. Whitehall added. For some years it was the practice to bring in physicians from outside to teach clinical courses. Today the trend is to use More academically trained doctors As staff teachers and rely on outside doctors to provide experienced based clinical teaching. Classes too or. Whitehall Art review said in some schools Are no longer divided in the clinical specialities but conducted As one class with a specialist in each Field in attendance to describe what part his specially might play in the Case under investigation. Medicare will have an As yet undetermined effect on medical education or. Whitehall added because under medicare a provisions the so called a award patient a who provided a patient source for training doctors in county hospitals will slowly be dried up. Those who were formerly Ward patients will become private patients and some Way for doctors As interns and in the specialities will have to be found to utilize private patient group. Before medicare which went into effect july i patients in county hospitals were treated by training doctors under supervision of the Hospital teaching staff. One Man shows at Svac offer a delicate changes of style by Peter Schoffstall Manchester. The five one Man shows of graphic works which will be a in residence Quot at the Southern Vermont Art Center until july 13 offer delicate changes of style and fortunately not too Many works to digest in an hour or so. The exhibitors include Barbara Comfort William h. Gale Bess Moore Harry Shokler and Virginia Webb. It is perhaps Best to begin with Comfort and end entangled with the Webb. We can take Comfort Barbara Comfort has such a Fine background but she offers us none of the portraits that i would like to have seen Only landscapes close and Hor zonal views and still lifes. They Are pleasant pensive and interestingly done in a style which is confident of not arbitrary and firm. My favorite which is also the most dear of the collection is called a land Grove and depicts quite forcefully for the subject matter the heart of a clump of dense Forest Trees very much Montague to judge Art show Saratoga Springs . A both the practising and the academic sides of Art Are represented in the three Man jury who will judge the Lith annual Saratoga Springs Art fair july to. The three a s. Lane Faison jr., James l. Montague and Matt Phillips a will spend the opening sunday afternoon at the outdoor show in Congress Park deciding on seven Cash prize winners and nearly 60 other works that Are to be exhibited in the Casino during the remaining seven Days of the fair. Faison chairman of the Art department at Williams College since 1940 and former Art critic for a the nation a is author of three books on Art and a reviewer for the new York times and a the saturday Montague executive director of the Southern Vermont Art Center in Manchester has had his paintings shown in exhibitions throughout new England. Phillips of Bard College Annandale on Hudson has had selected exhibitions in France California Pennsylvania new York Maryland Virginia and Illinois. He is represented in the collections of the Library of Congress and the Philadelphia museum of Art. The $800 in prize Money will be awarded without regard to medium. First prize will be $300, the event is sponsored by the Saratoga Springs chamber of Commerce. Mow to change your Back Yard into a night time wonderland. Remember All those Yummy photos in better Homes and gardens that show night views of gardens lit by candlelight bet you thought they were expensive right wrong. We have them at the Candle Mill. The photo Here is a close up so it does not show that the Light is 4-feet High. Place these around your Yard a in or near Bushes and shrubs. When seen from your House or the Stree your Yard will be Beautiful at night. The soft glow among the leaves and evergreens will set your Home apart. Glamour Isnit so expensive after All. Garden Hurricane lights. Four feet tall. Only $1.25 each a Complete with Citronella Candle. A Camble Mill East Arlington Vermont daily 9-5 Sun Days 1-5 like the Landgrove Woods. These Trees Are Strong and despite the fact that Only their staunch bases Are painted we can feel their Vene ability strength age and Solitude they have been executed in firm hard and energetic strokes. Though i now sit far from the exhibit i seem to recall these Are done with a palette knife Gale s work is Slick and illustrative yet it lacks the narrative Quality one expects to find in illustrative material done seriously. It is strongly suggestive of Wyeth not Only in technique but in mood and in that underlying and Connotative empathetic communication which is constantly changing and which insists on presenting itself apart from the pictures. I am very fond of the Geometric and color play and counter balancing and the sense communicated by a rooftops while the Comfort works Are in oils Gale works in Watercolour. A Calendar Art a was a comment overheard. I would agree to the Point that were Shakespeare alive now he would probably be writing scripts for to soap operas. Maybe or. Gale is the Fine excellent and enviable Painter i think he is. Bess Moore paints prettily pretty pastel plants pretty prettily. She tries her hand at a kind of synthesis a and it carries Over to a number of the other works in her exhibit. But for me her work is not so you must judge for yourself. A of Harry Shokler has brought paintings and silk screen material serigraphs is the euphemism to the Art Center. His work is literal and direct and i am especially fond of his Marine subjects. He presents an almost prodigious number of serigraphs and Wood cuts in an accompanying portfolio and in this he excels. A the red Quot coat is perhaps Virginia Webb s most spectacle because the coat is red very red. I like a please Don t eat the apples one Apple present. A Early morning a a a repast and a Judy a a Girk in White and a autumn i Don t like mrs. Webb s tendency toward cliche but perhaps one must discount it As Only a refined sense of Pun in language and a Good sense of humor and perspective about her own work. Such at Svac is refreshing. White Creek Eleanor Niles miss Marti Killmeier of Cherry Valley was a weekend guest of miss Marlon Mccart. Harry Russell has been a patient at the Mary Mcclellan Hospital. De Moynohan of Niagara Falls ., was a recent guest at the Home of his Cousin Dewey Mccart. Opens tomorrow a shown in a scene from a your town a opening wednesday night at the Wilmington playhouse Are Mirror players James Mcdonald Diane Park Ron Dobrin and Kevin of Leary. Curtain time for the Thornton Wilder classic is 8 30. Ware under automotive accessories $2.00 curb feelers easy to install. Fit All cars. Adjust to any Angle. Fender flaps White rubber flaps add new look to any car. Easy to install. Air cooled cushions make warm weather driving More comfortable. Economy Auto stores inc. 530 main St. It / Bennington it

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