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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 15, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Lei Bennington Banner wednesday june 15, 1966 free film with every Roll processed South Cambridge Tao by it i it k a Whit and to Dawlat Roll film 126 127 c20 24-hour service on Slack end White Roll film fast service on color film plaid Stamps Given on developing and printing where free film Isnit Given Bennington photo service 136 North St. Bennington it daily 9 30 5 30, Fri. 9 30 8 30 dial 2 5349 or. And mrs. Nets Jacobson recently visited her Mother mrs. Louise Wien at Poughkeepsie. Pleasant Valley Granges will hold meetings Friday at 8 30 . At the Hall. The official Board will hold its meeting at the methodist Church monday at 8 . Pleasant Valley Grange will sponsor a Public card party at the Hall tuesday at 8 . Several from this Community attended the Fra supper at Cambridge Central school cafeteria monday. Pleasant Valley Grange served the supper. Margaret Aiken 677-3049 Roger Fillmore son of or. And mrs. Edwin Fillmore was graduated from Suny at Plattsburgh and Richard g. Eddy son of or. And mrs. Ernest Eddy from St. Joseph College in Bennington. Children s Day program at the methodist Church will be presented june 26 by sunday school members at the Church service hour. Last sunday members of vigilant Lodge i oof 699 and Poinsettia Lodge Rebekah 458, both of Cambridge and John a. Warren Encampment to of bus Kirk attended a memorial serv ice for five departed members mrs. Elizabeth Wulff mrs. Margaret Barber Clarence to cart John Beadle and Blythe Graves. Assisting the pastor were Rodney Brownell substituting for Theodore Baker who is confined in a Hospital and mrs. Francis Waite. Nine Crystal Clover 4-h girls attended the Washington county dress revue at Argyle Central school saturday evening. They modelled garments they had made in sewing class. Bonnie Pratt and Joy Hamilton were picked to go to the District dress revue. Yale a George heard Hamilton named Clark Institute director Williamstown mass. A appointment of George heard Hamilton of the Yale University Art faculty to be director of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute was announced Here today by the Board of trustees of the Institute. Or. Hamilton will take Over oct. I from Peter Guille whose impending resignation was announced last week. Guille original director of the Institute Vii till Miry now Bride should know let s see 11 is shirts. Starch or no starch 11 is ekes. Sunnyside up or Over lightly his Biton the Strong Side 11 is Steak. Medium rare or rare rare his favorite or Cherry knowing these things is important. Knowing this is important too a amp a is a store you can Trust. Brides have been doing it for Over a Century. As a matter of fact nobody has Ever had More brides walk Down their aisle than a amp a. 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Cheese spread age Brand cottage cheese age Brand Cream cheese 2 23c 2 la. Ctn. 89c 49c cheese slices Mel of bit White coloured Pimento or Swiss 12 of. Pkg. 49 tissue camellia bathroom 1 cd Roll 70� i la package i Ujj Mayonnaise quart Jar 53 Jane Parker pie Sale Cherry cheese la be 8-.n<h peach or pies pineapple lib. 8 of 2 or 99 our own with Lemon or instant Tea chocolate flavor Hershey syrup Ann Page Ketchup Butterfield potato Sticks sugar i4-oz. Jar 1-lb. Can 14-oz. Bots. Fonda 9&Quot White 7 v2-oz.$ cans 59c paper plates 0moo69c age Grade Quot a Quot 19c Tomato juice 2 59c Yukon assorted 39c canned soda 12 it 97c Bright sail i. Insect bomb ,2 age Brand 20-lb bog charcoal briquet Jane Parker 1 potato chips age fruit drink punch 2 1 i2-oz. Box 99c 55c 59c Sultana in pork amp Beans Kraft salad Oil Campbell s pork amp Beans Tomato sauce 2-lb. 9-oz. Con pint Bot i la. Can 29c 31c 14c pears a amp a Bartlett 1-lb. 14-ox. Cans 75 pickles aunt Janes Hamburg Dills 79c Quot a 3 quart s 4 jars prices effective wed. . Thru sat. June 18th in this area stewed tomatoes Oatmeal cookies sugar wafers macaroons Del Monte old tyme Ann Dale Royal Sunshine Coconut 1-lb. Can i2-oz. Pkg. I in. Pkg. 11 i of. Pkg 29c Choc Chip Keebler cookies 39c Margarine a a a a ers 49c Beefsteak Freezer Queen 49c stardust tuna a a a set in 2 i 2-oz. Pkg. 2 1-lb. Pkg pk4r 51.69 6v2-oz. Can 69c 57c 37c six i Beech nut Coffee rec. Or drip Len 816 Nabisco shredded wheel 15 a of. Jac pkg. Lucky whip Topping 9�z Cie Aero can j i heavy duty Reynolds wrap 18"x25 in Roll i Underwood devised Horn 7 3 21 a of can do it jul devised Ham 412-oz.can Chicken spread 3 q 43/4-oz can tender Leaf Tea bags in Sale pk964�f 72c pure vegetable Crisco 6c off lobe 3t 81e Johnson s pledge can it for a wide amp wonderful Choice of gifts. Save plaid Stamps Zimm Mwasi $st88 Johnson s Glt coat 95. It i i of can All purpose spic amp Span i la pkg. 29 has served in the Post since appointment in 1953 by the founder Robert Sterling Clark. Under plans disclosed in the Spring of 1965, or. Hamilton is leaving Yale this month to become associate director of the Clark Art Institute and professor of Art at Williams College affective july i. For the past year he has been a consultant to the two institutions. Or. Hamiltons formal association Here began in the 1963-64 academic year when he was Robert Sterling Clark professor of Art at Williams. The professorship is an endowed erne established in 1960 under a Robert Sterling Clark foundation Grant in the name of the founder of the Institute. This summer direction of the Institute will continue under Guille. Or. Hamilton expects to move from new Haven conn., to take up residence Here Early in september accompanied by his family. Professor in Art history at Mary Eccl Hospital lists area patients Cambridge . A Mary Mcclellan Hospital has listed patient admissions and discharges for the week ending june 12. Area persons admitted included mrs. Lena c. Bowman Christine d. Chapones mrs. Gertrude e. Cottrell mrs. Ruth j. La Magdeleine Charles Liporace mrs. Sybil a. Murphy Paul h. Stewart All of Hoosick Falls Nicholas Canterl mrs. Ann n. Connor Paul a. Dennis mrs. Margaret e. Dunigan Stanley l. Jennings mrs. Addle Mckane mrs. Audrey a. Motsiff mrs. Emma Pat an and mrs. Edith e. Tyler All of Cambridge Laurie a. Moses mrs. Etta c. Russell and mrs. Pamela a. Wer Ger Eagle Bridge and Kirtland f. Stowell Buskirk. Area discharges included Paul a. Dennis Stanley l. Jennings mrs. Violet j. Laverty and mrs. Maude h. Snell Cambridge Charles Liporace Gilbert r. Niles Paul h. Stewart and mrs. Marlon j. Wescott Hoosick Falls mrs. Ruth e. Matt Ison West Pawlet Laurie a. Moses mrs. Etta c. Russell and mrs. Pamela a. Werger Eagle Bridge. Ii us Bun i put Down san Antonio Tex. Up a police were called to a barroom on a complaint by a Man that two men were molesting his wife. When questioned the woman told officer George Wilson a the Only one who Ever bothers me is my Yale since 1956, or. Hamilton has been on the Yale faculty for 30 years. A native of Pittsburgh he received his bachelors degree in 1932, his masters in 1934, and his doctorate in 1942, All at Yale. He was a research associate at the Walters Art gallery Baltimore for two years before returning to Yale in 1936. At the Yale Art gallery or. Hamilton was associate director from 1945 to 1947. His published books include a part and architecture of he has written widely for Art magazines and museum publications especially pm 19th Century european painting and on european and american Art. Or. Hamilton is Active in the College Art association and is current president. He is a member of the International association of Art critics and a former member of the editorial Board of the Art bulletin. 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