Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jul 26 1965, Page 8

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 26, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 8 a Bennington Banner monday july 26, 1965 or. Harrison to head Hoosick fall school Board Hoosick Falls or. Harry Harrison was elected president of the Hoosick Falls Central school Board tuesday at an organizational meeting. He succeeds Charles Frazier. Vav a i loom Sac Bertha Hoag 686-7282 or. And mrs. James Baldwin entertained at a party july 20 in Honor of the sixth birthday of their daughter Debra. In addition to her two Sisters and brother guests included Carl Morrison Diane Waite and Cathy Bettis and fresh air guest Michael Chavis. This was Michael a first party and Aljo his first trip to the country. He comes from a family of 20. William Mitchell was rushed to the Mary Mcclellan Hospital in Cambridge saturday by the Hoosick Falls Rescue squad after suffering a severe heart attack at the Home of George Dur Kee. His condition is improving. Word has been received that up. 4 William Starr is now in Viet Nam. His brother Robert will return to fort Walters Mineral Wells tex., Friday and will then be shipped across. Open tonight till up Silver plate flatware service for 8 a s4495 easy terms choose from Rogers Bros. Community Fienberg s 447 main St. Bennington it. Javery memorials 517 South Street Bennington Vermont Call mrs. Ernest h. Javery mrs. Alan h. Page cd ii Vine ripened # local fresh 4 i rasp t i a _ \ fresh every Doy cantaloupes berries i Sweet i i Baske j porn i 31149� us j r i i 1149� Salem a super Market compare All others and you la buy color to Williams opposite old soldiers Home phone2-6858 Sharps and Flats music from Garret to Glass w orld also elected were Earl Goodermote vice president mrs. Jeanne Rowley treasurer mrs. Beatrice Brenenstuhl collector mrs. Lillia Spendiff census or. Robert Maderer physician or. Volney Chapman supervising dentist National commercial Bajik official Des Positora Standard press official newspaper Philip Leonard purchasing agent and John s. Davison attorney. Elected clerk and in charge of attendance for the 25th year was John Frier. Board meetings will be held throughout the year on the first and third tuesdays. On tuesday night the Board filled the last two positions at the school. Miss Marylou Geren will teach Grade 7 math and also Mathio. She received her Bachelor of arts degree from the state University of new York at Buffalo in june 1964 and has taught in Chicago 111. Schools Only recently moving Back to Valley Falls. Joseph Holloway a june graduate of North Adams state College will teach two classes of social studies and three sections of Driver education. He replaces Donald Idleman who will be teaching social studies classes formerly taught by Richard Decker. Orange pineapple fruit drinks Orange Apricot 3 a a 89c walkers Orange banana food Market by Lisa Tate after travelling through the Stark but stunning simplicity of the Vermont Hills and towns Between Here and Hanover n.h., my first step into the Hopkins Center on the Dartmouth College Green could Only produce a disorienting sense of bewilderment. I knew i was in the right with More feeling and As in the songs with musical competence. Stuart Canon violinist and Paul Olefsky cellist performed the duo 1914 with a certain Florid aplomb but with perhaps less sureness or sense of its Structure than when i heard it two weeks ago at Marlboro As performed by Jaime Laredo and Leslie Pamas. The quartet seemed if i have gone to some length about the Hopkins Center it is because i sense that there Eire exciting things Goine on there. And i know that residents of this area have occasional reason to go to Hanover. When they do they should see and sense the Hopkins Center for themselves. Perhaps like me they will be in full service banking a Man needs full banking when he has possibility of a Home c a and family get full service at. Service the res the Vermont Bank and Trust company hallows Falls Chester Brattleboro Rutland Bennington # Manchester a mar e a a Rel Deposit Isuf secs corporation Glass world of music a place a thanks to a rather commercial foot High sign on the Glass facade of the building that read Coaly tonight a Tartuffe tomorrow. But where was the concert i looked in vain for some directive sign then followed r.,y nose instead keeping my attention away from some fascinating photography on the Walls putting one foot after another in a Maze of corridors lined with glassed in studios separated by Glass doors and peopled with All sizes and descriptions who obviously knew where they wanted to go and How to get there. Leaving the Glass world behind i found myself in a world of teak the Wood used in construction of Spaulding auditorium where performances and orchestra rehearsals of the special music program of Hopkins Center take place. I had missed the first piece in a program devoted entirely to Early chamber music by Zoltan Kodaly. Not Only is he in residence at Dart a Quot uth for two weeks july 19-.ug. I but he was sitting in the aisle seat of the Row i had to get into in a hurry. Rather than push or Rush it at that Point i went around to the opposite end of the Row and climbed Over la pairs of feet in order not to disturb the 82-year-old composer. I settled in and caught my breath As Carolyn Stanford Mezzo Soprano gave Forth with hers singing three songs titled exile heart on fire stay Sweet Bird. Her voice projected sonorous by and Richard Wilson accompanied her subtly but the interpretation left me Only slightly moved. The songs Are highly romantic melodic though modal and the passion written into the texts indisputable. They deserved More Fervour than they got although the last one began to get it and perhaps they deserved to be Sung in their original hungarian rather than in English translation. In any Case i had the impression of smoke where there should have been fire. The two instrumental pieces a duo and a quartet were done Hopkins Center a charming fairly simple work played with great affection by the Dartmouth string quartet around a music stand with a single base and four separate music Racks built during the summer in the Hopkins Center woodworking shop by Ralph Hersh vilest. A of any quibble i May have with wednesday nights concert is far outweighed by what is going on in music at Hopkins Center in this its third summer. I know of no other summer musical Center that consistently builds its program around the physical presence of contemporary composers from various a schools a giving resident performers and audience alike a unique Chance to hear the works of that composer in some sort of sequence. Whether one likes that music or not this intelligent approach offers at least a possibility of understanding How the composer works and what he strives for. Concerts this wednesday and next sunday will be exclusively devoted to Kodaly a music composers in residence previous to Kodaly include Vincent Persichetti Walter Piston Henry Cowell Carlos Chavez and just a few weeks ago Ernst Kre Nek. But chamber orchestral and choral concerts for the summer include a wide variety of music not All of it contemporary and a vote should go to the musical director at Hopkins Center Mario do Bona Ventura for the programming of the weekly wednesday and sunday night concerts. I brought Back several concert schedules with me Dartmouth College Trigue into staying a although any real measure of its Impact will not come from a flying visit but must come from those who live and work there a summer or Winter. A flying visit can Only prove that Art is coming out of the Garret into a Glass world where it has a better Chance to get the daily recognition it deserves. Pow us seek to change new District Doyer a petitions went out Here thursday to Legal voters in an Effort to change a new reapportionment formed District which crosses the Windham Bennington county line. According to Charles f. Fredericks chairman of the town of Dover Board of selectmen if signatures of More than five per cent of the registered voters in the entire District of the seven towns concerned can be secured submission of the petition can be made before aug. I and May be heard by the reapportionment Board. Otherwise a we will be prepared for 1966,�?� the selectman said. Towns involved Are Dover Wilmington and Whitingham in Windham county and Searsburg Stamford Pownal and Readsboro in Bennington county. Pow a Lite honoured at bridal Shower Pownal a a bridal Shower Honing miss Dorothy Kokoras was held recently at the North Pownal firehouse. More than 50 guests attended the party from Bennington Salem mass., new York and the Pownal and mrs. Joseph Torna Bene of North Pownal and miss Joann Cross of Bennington were co hostesses. The social Hall was decorated with wedding Bells and streamers following the color scheme of the gowns the bridal party will Wear. The Centrepiece of the Buffet table included three doll cakes made by mrs. Anna Cross which also corresponded to the bridal gowns. The guest of Honor received Many gifts including a Corsage from her attendants. Miss Kokoras daughter of or. And mrs. Charles Kokoras will be married to Joseph Morse of Bennington aug. 7 at our lady of Lourdes Church. The Pownal Mountain l of us Vera Langlais 8237716 another fresh air guest has been invited to remain in the Pownal for the full six week period. Maria Aviles five will continue her visit with or. And mrs. Harry Andrews of Pownal Center. Four youngsters will be returning to their Homes in new York City wednesday after two weeks of vacation fun Here. They will be leaving from the Bennington bus terminal at 12 15 . Four children will be staying until aug. 25. The executive committee of boy scout troop 47 will meet tonight at 7 30 at the scout hut to make plans for the August Camporee and court of Honor. The weekly meeting of the troop will be held tuesday night at 6 30 at the Pudvar Camp. Camp Over two weeks of annual summer fun has been completed at 4-h Camp Onawa Sunderland. Eight girls from the Pownal pioneers attended with miss Linda Zimmer and miss Jennifer rounds As Counselor and Counselor in training and a. Coleman Mason As assistant director. Enrolled for the Junior week were Colleen and Alice Sweet Linda Ricker Bonnie Rhodes Cheryl Andrews Pamela George and Debra Chenaille and for senior week Christine Campman. A total of 118 juniors attended and 60 seniors. A picnic supper for members of the pioneers and their families is being planned for thursday evening at the Home of the club Leader mrs. Mason. Several girls will be exhibiting items made during the past year at the annual Field Day saturday at Onawa. Carlo holler to 4-3993 mrs. Bessie Hager of Sears Burg has accepted the local chairmanship for the Vermont association for the Blind. Literature is being mailed this week. Donations May be made in person or mailed to mrs. Hagers Home Searsburg . Wilmington 05363. Or. And mrs. Walter Dearcopp of West Milford . Were vacation guests at the Home of his brother or. And mrs. Charles Dearcopp of Searsburg from tuesday to Friday. The Walter Dearcopp also visited or. And mrs. Gary Garrison of Bennington. Men s summer dress Slacks now 7�?� of ms95 Burt Bros. Local Sweet Corn from Moses farm Doz. 69< local eggs Large 2 Doz. For $1 Madkour s Central Market is liar in >1. Sellz peanuts if that Blanket of mine lost in the mail its fault Voo Knou v theall have to haul me Aujay kioon6 and screams i can t live u a shoot that Blanket you Knou that u Hon i crack up and Thev haul me a Jav Ion at Are Voo coin6 to cd . By Jol Iii ii \ Mart do Cyl Bel eve. In reincarnation ? Tinc no anymore Quot to the la it to me / tried it i Wal no up As an ant fait Blondie unit \ omit to pres return to wed ii airs Cio j mesday Shaftsbury a mately 70 fresh air will return to new York wednesday after spending two fun filled weeks with Friendly town hosts in the area. Two girls who have reached the age of 16 will no longer be Able to come under the fresh air fund. Marie Casazza is spending her 10th year with or. And mrs. . Woodward on Gage Street in Bennington and Veronica bar Tulis is visiting mrs. Barbara Murdock in Readsboro for the 12th consecutive year. Though their association with the fund will end the affection Between the two families built Over the years will continue they feel sure. Friendly town hosts whose guests will be leaving july 28 Are asked to have the children at bus stops at the following times Manchester 10 30 . Arlington 10 50 . And Bennington 11 15. Youngsters who Are visiting in Hoosick Falls will Board the bus on new York 7 in Hoosick. Twenty children have been invited to stay four weeks and seven will remain for the full six weeks. Escorting the children to new Fork will be mrs. Joseph Keene mrs. M. J. Woodward mrs. Bernard Mccarthy and mrs. Fred Stacy. And any quibble i May have with the architectural appearance of this 7.5 million building in four parts is completely overshadowed by its supreme functionalism. It is built on an incredible number of Levels to serve Many Levels of activity. The principal one is educational a for Dartmouth students in Winter for a wider assortment of students in summer and for five communities always. It serves the individual purposes of its users who use it singly or in concert from music students to Art students to drama students to the audiences for these activities and their results. There Are no less than five Art galleries in the building Art studios for various Media numerous practice rooms an approx Arena theater beneath the More children formal one and All of these handsomely equipped. Steve Aux on in m i11oii it no ill mow thoughtful in Case i Hap forgotten How to us chopsticks Madame Hook has a swinging travel information Bureau Shaftsbury j fran Stacy 442-6524 West Shaftsbury Home demonstration members will hold a picnic at Lake paran wednesday. Lunch will be served and each member is to bring a salad or hot dish and utensils for eating. Dessert will be furnished. Democrats to meet mrs. Bernard Mccarthy has been appointed temporary chairman for the democratic party of Shaftsbury by gov. Hoff. A meeting of local party members will be held Friday at 7 30 . At Cole Hall according to mrs. Mccarthy. It will be open to All democrats. A permanent chairman for the District to be known As District no. 42, will be elected and the new legislative organizational setup will be explained. Mrs. Mccarthy is assistant judge of Bennington county and the wife of Bernard Mccarthy plumbing contractor. Of Steve with All the restaurants in Hong Rong it must be pure Chance that she sent that thing to this heart of Juliet Jones the real tribute to his master is a you Haven t stopped Tal King about him for one minute since he left this look mister guardian it s perfectly All right to daydream if i play the Lead in said by stun Drake ?., sure sure the . / i i

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