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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 18, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Music review spirited music in Midsummer by Lisa Tate Manchester. A perfect Midsummer sunday afternoon was enhanced by the spirited playing of a string quartet at the Southern Vermont Art Center sunday. There were not Many to hear it a again i would suggest that Midsummer sunday afternoons Are not the Ideal time to get people out of their swimsuits and into the Art Center Pavilion no matter How comfortable it is. But Lack of a full audience happily left the Fervour of the musicians undiluted. A of called the Bennington composers conference quartet for reasons i have yet to fathom the group included Max Pollikoff As first violinist and he indeed is very much associated with the composers conference Thomas Machalak who is at Marlboro this summer As second violinist Luigi Tavelli of Williamstown violist and George Finckel of North Bennington cellist. They performed a concert of works by Mozart Ravel and Joaquin Turina a Spanish composer who was born in11882 and died in 1949. His a oracion Del Torero was the Only a a new piece on the program and that not because of its nature which was quite distinctly Spanish in its som rely melodic lines and rhythms but Only because it is relatively unknown. More musically satisfying was Mozart s a a dissonant Quad Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont 686-9103 miss Judy bums daughter of or. And mrs. William e. Bums and miss Beth Ann Salluzzo daughter of or. And mrs. . Salluzzo both of River Street Are spending two weeks at Camp to Wonhas Troy Wyco Camp at Grafton. Or. And mrs. Herbert Walker and children of St. Paul minn., were guests two Days last week of or. And mrs. John Case Burchard Avenue. Mrs. Perry Ford left today for her Home in Coronada calif., after spending the past three weeks Here. Mrs. Ford the former Helen Heffernan a Hoosick Falls native was called Home by the illness of her father the late John Heffernan of High Street who died a week after her arrival. Mrs. Ford also visited her sister mrs. Robert Dailey of Woodstock it. Fund diff the town of Hoosick Rescue squad has issued a reminder to area residents concerning the Coin cards for the annual fund drive which were called april 22 and Are scheduled to be filled by sept. 9. A two week Grace period will be allowed when members of the squad will conduct a House to House Canvas to pick up the filled cards. Miss Shirley Howard treasurer announces that cards already filled May be sent to her or left at the firehouse on Church Street where a locked Box is located for the purpose. Persons who May not have received a card and would like one Are asked to request one at the firehouse or from any squad member. Donations Are tax deductible. The regular meeting of the Rescue squad will be held wednesday evening at 8 in squad Headquarters pm second Street. Only on the Cable Channel la 7 on your dial monday july 18 10 30 zone Grey theater tuesday a july 19 8 00yankees is Kansas City wednesday a july 20 10 00 special of the week a opening night at the ice follies Channel 17 on your dial circus wed. July 20 5 30 what s new a Salmon s struggle for survival better to inc. Of Bennington 317 main St. Dial 2-9395 tet in c major k. 465 a although the dissonance virtually disappears after the first broken chord at the outset. There followed a warm pulsing first movement which had Many Rich colors in sundays performance. The second movement full of Sweet melodies which Lead from the first violin and Are echoed by the cello was sensitively played by a sirs. Pollikoff and Finckel with Subtle but sure support from the second violinist and violist. The dynamic contrasts of the third movement were we a handled the intonation not always perfectly and the demanding rhythms of the fourth movement Only roughly. Ravel s Lone string quartet in f major concluded the program. Its flow and fluidity seemed to break Down at moments especially in the slow third movement where a built in flexibility seemed Over exploited by the performers. They did a zing Long fast Job on the Pizzlatto parts of the second movement despite the fact that the Viola snapped a string Midway. To a All told these musicians were Able to provide enjoyment fresh airs to arrive wednesday Shaftsbury a mrs. Fred Stacy area chairman for the Herald Tribune fresh air fund has announced that the children will be arriving july 20 at the following times Bennington 12 35 . And Manchester 1 10 . Bennington and Arlington buses will Stop at bus terminals and Manchester children will meet their hosts at the Manchester elementary school. All hosts Are asked to be on hand at the aforementioned places to meet their children unless they have made prior arrangements with their town chairman. Escorts who will be travelling with the children Are mrs. D. L. Mattison of Manchester mrs. Joseph Keene and mrs. Alan Mattison of Arlington mrs. William Mccoy of Bennington and mrs. Fred Stacy of Shaftsbury. Through the musical feeling they made Manifest a despite the fact that together in ensemble their tone lacks the unanimity of quartets that play frequently and Long together listening to each other As they play. Worth seeing As i did right after the concert Are a number of Watercolour and Oil paintings by Carl Ruggles of Arlington loaned from the private collections of mrs. William f. Gilbert Clay Bartlett or. And . Miles and mrs. Edith Dulles snare along with first Page of his music score for a men and East Arlington Sunderland Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 excitement mounts at East Arlington Federated Church As the time draws near for the annual Bazaar and auction wednesday. One of the special features of the Day will be the Gingerbread boy appropriately dressed Selling his wares Gingerbread cookies which youth of the Church have helped to make and decorate auction committee members Leland Rudd and Frances Owens report three chairs have been donated by Hale and Hawley companies to sell and Good used Gas floor Furnace plus Many other articles donated by merchants of the area. The auction is planned for the evening. One article that is giving women of the Church a thrill is a new heirloom skill Craft handmade Rug 36 inches by 68 inches which will be on display at Bailey Hall All Day wednesday. Diane Grout and her Pony rides in the evening will help to keep the Little ones Happy. Sold by mistake Oxford England up a a dozen valuable ancient egyptian pots on loan to the London Borough of Haringey from Oxford a ashmolean museum have been sold by mistake to a private buyer. The error was discovered when the purchaser put them up for auction at a London Saleroom. Bennington Bann a monday. July 18. 1966-5 Walloomsac Bertha Hoag 686-7282 what am i offered a Mitchell Syrkin holds up two bowls for the scrutiny of the audience at the Manchester Lions club auction saturday night while auctioneer a a bus Quot Mars reads the reaction of the crowd. The weekend auction held annually for the support of Lions club Community activities was reportedly the most successful in several years. Ringheiser Arlington ans tapped out for order of Arrow Arlington a boy scout troop 334 of Arlington spent the week of july 3-10 at Camp Sunrise with Henry Hall As Leader and Pat Owens and George Walsh assistant leaders. Boys attending Camp were William Hall Lee and Kelly Owen Kevin Walsh John and Harvey Halbur Robert Masi Peter and John Kendall Peter and Fred Hirsch Sterling Harrington Mike Hayden Mark Albee Barry Mattison Peter Woodard John Ulery Fred Hawley John Hess Charles and Gordon Howard Chris James and Andre Rogers. While at Camp they worked on different phases of scouting and the following Merit badges were awarded mile swim John Halbur Mike Hayden Peter Woodard Fred Hawley Mark Albee Peter Kendall Lee Owen Kevin Walsh Fred Hirsch Charles and Gordon Howard Billy Hall John Ulery and Sterling Harrington rowing Sterling Harrington Peter Kendall and Gordon Howard swimming Kevin Walsh Fred Hirsch John Ulery Kelly Owen Peter Woodard John Halbur Peter Kendall Michael Hayden Fred Hawley Mark Albee stoves in Arlington a this is an exhibit of stoves belonging to Douglas Cain of Manchester Center at the Flea Market antique Sale held at the Home of or. And mrs. Charles Canfield in Arlington saturday for the Benefit of the Dorothy Canfield Fisher Library. Ringheiser thursday our big summer clearance Sale see wednesdays Banner Montgomery Ward ii South St. Bennington it. Shaftsbury fran Stacy a 4426524 tomorrow Only Wilson Hen turkeys homemade Macaroni amp potato salad baked Beans amp Cole Slaw Large local fresh eggs to to 12 la. Average la. 39< a. 39< 2 do $1.00 visit our Delicatessen for All your picnic needs Madkour scentral Market mrs. Nettie Russell a former resident of Shaftsbury is recovering satisfactorily at Putnam memorial Hospital. She underwent surgery last week to repair a broken hip which she suffered in a fell at the Home of mrs. Gratia Randall. Before moving to Waterbury she resided in an apartment in mrs. Randall s Home on Church Street. Ronald Gratz and Carl Stacy Shaftsbury scout on Way to top award Shaftsbury a Timothy Wansbury a member of boy scout troop 331 and a communicant of St. John the Baptist Church has successfully completed All three Steps leading up to the and Altre Dei award. The examination was conducted by the Rev. Walter f. Miller his pastor. Timothy will now appear before a Board of review for final examination. This award is authorized by the Bishop of the diocese to boy scouts upon successful completion of requirements established by the Catholic scout chaplain. This will be the second time for a boy scout to compete for this award both for the Parish and troop 331. Returned Home sunday evening after spending the weekend at Carl s trailer Home in Peabody mass. The Stacy so younger son Terry is spending a few Days with his aunt and Uncle or. And mrs. Theodore Maher in Manchester Center. Willy a variety 300 Gage St., Bennington open 7 Days a week 8 . Make us your picnic Supply Headquarters Charles Howard canoeing Lee Owen Billy Hall Peter Woodard Kevin Walsh John Halbur and Fred Hawley camping Fred Hirsch John Ulery and Robert Masi first Aid Fred Hawley Harvey Halbur Sterling Harrington Kelly Owen and Andre Rogers. Robert Masi John Ulery har area girls cited in Lenox contest three area girls Mary Jean Moninger of Bennington Harriet Nellie Howard of Shaftsbury and Christine Rosencrantz of South Dorset were among the fifth place winners in the 12th annual Lenox creative table setting contest. Competing with More than 370,-000 High school and College Home economics students from More than 12,000 schools across the country the girls won recognition for their ability to imaginatively plan a setting and properly coordinate All accessories. Vey Halbur and their Leader Henry Hall were tapped out for the order of the Arrow. Free film with every Roll processed Black amp White and Koda color Roll film 126 127 620 20 plus. 24 hour service on Black amp White Roll film. Fast service on color film. We print and develop All sizes and types of film Bennington photo service 106 no. Street Bennington open daily 9 30 5 30 Fri. Till 8 30 dial 2-534$ Sandra Hoag returned Home sunday after having enjoyed a week at the 4-h Camp in Averill Park. Mrs. Clyde w. Stophel and sons Billy Andy and Michael and mrs. James Hoag and children Paul and Bridget Marie visited or. And mrs. Bruce Andrews in Adams mass. Saturday. Miss Margaret Hoag returned Home with them after enjoying a week with her sister. Or. And mrs. Bill Inghram Dorset Marchen Skinner 867-4490 miss Ilse Wilhelmi of Columbus Ohio and her twin sister mrs. Charles Nesbitt of Tulsa okla. Who have been at the Home of their other sister mrs. Underhill Moore in the hollow left monday after a month s visit. As they departed however mrs. Moore greeted her daughter Jane and Friend who arrived from Washington . Saturday in time to pass the time of Day with her aunts. The girls were accompanied by their Tiger cat who made the trip comfortably in an incinerator Type camper that provided space for a food dish Kitty letter Box and bed. A Home away from Home a important to cats. It was reported she howled for Only too Miles 8 pc. Luggage ensemble 24�?o Pullman Case 21�?o weekender train Case 5 pc. Accessory set colors a red a Blue Grey All this for $2695 $1.25 weekly Fienberg 447 main St Bennington it. Of Detroit mich., Are enjoying a month at twin Brooks rest Home with her sister mrs. Edward Carknard. Mitchell Gardiner of Virginia enjoyed last week with his Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Vincent Leblanc. A regular meeting of the Northern livestock 4-h club was held july 12 at the Sherman farm with Terry Hoag presiding. Plans were discussed for the Black and White show to be held july 30 at Washington county fair grounds in Greenwich. Work was done in preparation for Schaghticoke fair. The annual picnic of the Hoosick Falls health Center auxiliary was held at Battlefield Park june 14 with a covered dish dinner. A Short business meeting followed with mrs. Raymond Hogan presiding. It was announced a Flag has already been donated for the Alice Dodge memorial Flag pole and work is progressing rapidly. More donations Are needed however. Anniversary a perfect Way to Mark that special Day. And nothing bespeaks love like diamonds. One of our new creations designed to Delight a woman a heart. Atkins and Gould jewels is main St. Bennington your news quiz of it part i National and International give yourself to Points for each Correct answer. 1 the. League won its fourth consecutive All Star baseball game last week. A National a american a Continental 2 regarding Viet Nam president Johnson said in a major speech last week that. A Only the in can end the War a the War is nearing an end a the War May last a Long time 3 Lake Michigan bathers were ordered off certain areas of the Beach last week because of a seiche. A seiche is a. A period of unusual pollution a dangerous Jet Stream a great increase and decrease in water depth 4 John w. Young and Michael Collins Are in the news As. A stars of the a fall stars Quot a gemini to astronauts a stir Ike negotiators 5 Canada and the soviet Union signed an agreement to begin direct commercial air flights Between Moscow and Montreal this fall. The . And the soviets already have such flights. True or false part la words in the news take 4 Points for each word that you can match with its Correct meaning. 1.bigotry a withdraw or leave a assemble or prepare 2.evacuate or u8e 3.mobilize a hoping for the Best 4.ethics a intolerance prejudice a rules of right and 5.optimistic wrong part Iii names in the news take 6 Points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. I Arthur Goldberg 2 Mohammed Ayub Khan 3 w. Willard Wirtz 4 Floyd Mckissick 5 Indira Gandhi a Secretary of labor b-. Ambassador to unc Indian p rime minister seeks Viet peace talks a director Congress of racial Equality a president Pakistan a Vic inc., Madison Wisconsin sponsored by Bennington Banner first National Bank of North Bennington Jujj a pm Yum match word clues with their corresponding pictures or symbols. To Points for each Correct answer. I Surveyor revived after Long night Truman peace Center rises in Israel 3, Commonwealth Marks 1952 Constitution on july 25 . Announced Cut in air munitions production German Chancellor Host to president de Gaulle july 21-22 Quot new Quot tie fashion for men 7�?���?�� celebrates 1000th year As nation july 22 h fat Max Namu Seattle s famous pet died puerto Rico visitor to Moscow to. Strike struck stricken family discussion question should political conditions influence cultural Exchange visits Between nations this quiz it part of the educational program which this newspaper furnishes to schools in this area to stimulate interest in National and world affairs As an Aid to developing Good citizenship. How do you rate ? score each Side of quiz separately _ 9 71 to 80 Points Good. 91 to too Points top score 61 to to Points fair. 81 to 90 Points excellent. 60 or under h my save this practice examination.1 students valuable reference material for exams. Answers on reverse Page

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