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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - March 12, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 0�?Bennington Banner saturday March 12, 1966 Bennington area Church events first methodist Church 10 45 . A worship service in Sanctuary with Sermon by the Rev. William n. Abernethy pastor of the North Bennington congregational Church. Church school classes meet at masonic Temple 504 main St. Nursery age children through Grade 9 included. Nursery workers will be Joyce Mcdonald and Phyllis Armstrong la . A senior High Church school class meets at masonic Temple. Confirmation class for Junior High boys and girls meets at Church. George Jepson will teach the class in the pastors absence. 5 . The Junior my meets at masonic Temple. Mrs. Janet Blackstone will be advisor. Discussion will be led by Carol Christie and Carol Colvin. Refreshments by Mary Merrill and Nancy Boodakian. 6 30 . A senior my meets at masonic Temple. 7 30 .�?living room dialogue groups continue meeting in the Homes through out the Community. Those interested in joining Are urged to Call Church office. Monday a 730 .�?official Board meeting at chuch. Tuesday 12 15 . A time for prayer group meets at Home of mrs. Florence Burke 101 Norton St. Wednesday a 7 30 . A commission on education meets in Back of Church Sanctuary. Thursday a 7 30 .�?choir rehearsal in Church. Saturday a to . A Cherub choir rehearsal at masonic Temple ballroom. 10 45 . A Chapel choir rehearsal at masonic Temple ballroom. The couples club meets at 7.30 tonight in the Sanctuary of the Church. Church of Christ 10 00 . A worship service with Sermon by Charles Chandler on a the holy spirit and the the lords Sun it per will be observed within the hour. 11 00 . A Bible classes for All Ages from two years through adult. Immediately following Bible classes there will be a covered dish Fellowship luncheon for those who wish to participate. 6 30 . A evening worship service with Charles Chandler speaking on a the glory of the Ordinary the worker god tuesday a 10 00 . A fifteen minute lesson by Charles Chandler on Watn. Wednesday a 7 30 .�?midweek Bible classes for All Ages from two years through adult. The adult class is studying the theme a the Christian Home Home saturday a to . A fifteen minute lesson by Charles Chandler on Watn. Insurance for Vermont lutherans Appleton wis. A Aid association for lutherans largest fraternal life insurance society in America has been authorized to conduct business in Vermont and Maine president Walter l. Rugland has announced. The association now is licensed to sell life insurance in 49 states and five provinces of Canada. An application to do business is pending in West Virginia. Lutherans in Vermont and Maine will be served through the Henry Schielke general Agency with Headquarters in Westwood . Ald association for lutherans founded in Appleton in 1902 to serve members of the evangelical lutheran synodical conference of North America has More than $3,276,000,000 of life insurance in Force. Since last Jan. I Aal has accepted applications for membership and life insurance from members of the 2,600,000 a member american lutheran Church and the 3,200,-000 member lutheran Church in America. Missionary Alliance 9 45 . A Bible school. There Are classes for All Ages from Nursery through and including adults la . A worship service. The Rev. Richard Lens Han will minister. Nursery is provided for children under three years of age. 7 30 . A evening worship service the theme will be a holding a Christian service in a communist every Effort will be made to make those attending the service feel that they Are behind the Iron curtain. Tuesday a 7 30 . A midweek service of prayer and testimony. Pastor Lenehan will continue the study on the internal and external evidences that the Bible As we have it is a special divine supernatural communication from god to Man. Wednesday a 6 . A cars leave the Church to attend the special service in Greenfield mass., sponsored by the Nyack missionary College chorale. Friday a 7 . A Junior Alliance youth Fellowship for boys and girls aged 8 to 12, and senior Alliance youth Fellowship for Young people thirteen through senior teens meet at Church. Senior Aye will go roller skating in Pittsfield mass. Unitarian universalist 10 30 . A George Siee in an guidance director and acting principal of Bennington High school will speak on the latest trends in guidance at the Bennington free Library. Visitors Are Welcome at the meeting and at the Coffee hour which follows. Nursery facilities Are provided. St. 7 30 Peters episcopal and 9 15 . A celebrations of holy communion 11 15 . A morning prayer Litany and Sermon. Tuesday a 7 00 . A holy communion breakfast for High schooners. 7 30 . A holy communion. Thursday a 9 45 . A holy communion. 6 . Pot Luck supper followed by lenten program and Evensong in Church. The program will include a filmstrip entitled a two faces of the Friday 12 10 . A holy communion. First Church of Christ scientist Quot 124 Hillside St. 9 . The Bible Speaks to you on Watn. La . Lessons Sermon service sunday school. 7 30 . Wednesday service Reading room open from 2 30 to 4 30 . Wednesday and saturday. The True nature of a a substance As defined first by biblical prophets and later by Christ Jesus will be the lesson Sermon subject in All Christian science services this sunday. Related passages from the denominational textbook a science and health with key to the scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy the discoverer and founder of Christian science will Complete the readings. The Story of Peters Healing of the lame Man at the Gate of the Temple called Beautiful acts 3 will be presented to illustrate the theme that real substance is spiritual. Peters response to the Many a plea for alms was a Silver and Gold have i none but such As i have give i thee in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth Rise up and the account continues a and he leaping up stood and walked and entered with them into the Temple walking and leaping and praising passages to be read from science and health include these lines a when we come to have More Faith in the truth of being than we have in error More Faith in spirit than in matter More Faith in living than in dying More Faith in god than in Man then no material suppositions can prevent us from Healing the sick and destroying teen dancing with the Continentals Bennington armory tonight 8 . To 11 . $1.00 first Baptist Church 8 30 and la . A worship service with the Rev. H. Glenn Payne speaking on a where Are you a mrs. Paul Williams organist will include in her selections a March in do by Bach a lenten meditation by stairs and a lord have mercy by Wilson. Choir selections will be under the direction of Paul Williams. 9 30 . A Church school with dismissal at 10 50 . An expanded session continues until noon for grades 1-3. Care for pre school children at 8 30 will be Given by mrs. Fred Bakerjr. And Linda and John Baker and at la by mrs. Walter my Sherry Jean Mcsherry and mrs. Sooho Han. 6 . A Baptist youth Fellowship meets at parsonage. Monday a 3 30 . A pastor s class in Church membership meets at Church 7 30 .�? Board of Christian education meets at parsonage. Tuesday a 7 . A Friendly Circle meets at Home of mrs. Christine Wright 325 Safford St. 8 . A 8 . A Young women a group meets with mrs. Joan Hoyt 207 Bradford St. 4 . A Junior choir meets at Church. 7 30 . A adult study group meets with mrs. Hammond 337 South St. 8p.m.�? progressive group meets with mrs. Lewie doge 7 Whipstock re. Thursday a 7 $0 . A senior choir meets at Church. Friday a 7 . A graduating group meets at Bennington Library. First Baptist Church North Bennington 9 45 . A Church school. La . A worship service. Subject a the most sought for 6 . A Baptist youth Fellowship meets. Tuesday a 7 30 . A women a Fellowship meets at Home of mrs. Bernard Whitman. Thursday a 8 . A lenten service. Subject a the trial of second congregational 9 30 . A worship service Sermon topic a the nature of the Unity we seek. Church school classes a 3 year Olds through Grade 8. La . A worship service. Nursery at both services. 7 . A Pilgrim Fellowship meets. 7 30 . A living room dialogues. Monday a 9 30 . A Hospital sewing. 7 30 . A Board of Christian education meets. Tuesday a 7 30 . A deacons meet. Wednesday a menus breakfast. To . A communion service. 7 30 . A study group a Cost of discipleship. First methodist Church Shaftsbury 10 45 . A divine worship. Sermon subject a sinners first. The senior choir under direction of Eleanor Lawrence will Lead in service of Praise. Nursery provided for pre school children for convenience of parents wishing to attend Church. Sunday school at same hour. 11 45 . A Bible Reading and interpretation class. 6 30 .�? senior my meets in social room. 7 30 . A living room care passover packages can be sent to Israel Boston a the 1966 care passover food package containing More than 16 pounds of Kosher foodstuffs is now ready for delivery to Israel according to Leon m. Blum new England director of care. It May be sent to friends or relatives or you May allow care to choose the recipient family simply because you want to remember someone this passover. The $12 food package contains four varieties of meat dishes As Well As substantial amounts of chocolate Cocoa dried fruit instant Coffee mixed nuts canned pineapple and Honey. All orders received before March 18 will be guaranteed duty free tax free delivery to anyone in Israel by the Start of passover through cares permanent Mission there. Orders May be placed by mail or in person at care s new England regional office 120 Boylston Street Boston 02116 Hias office 41 Tremont Street Boston or refugee service c.j.p.70 Franklin Street Boston. Hanson Walbridge 82 years of continuous service. Met my of a by a no tat0 q National selected morticians Bennington establish fed 1884 dialogues As scheduled. Tuesday a 6 30 . A Junior my meets with or. And mrs. Eugene Kosche. 7 30 . A annual Church conference with the Rev. Or. Lawrence Larrowe presiding. Thursday a senior choir rehearsal. Old first Church old Bennington 9 30 . A Church Bible school in barn on Monument Circle la . A worship hour the pastor brings a message of strength on the subject of from psalm 55 22. Harold Mcdonald organist plays the prelude a a where or you walk by Handel and postlude a thou whose almighty word by Copley. Mrs. John h. Mason soloist sings a give thanks and sing by Harris and a the voice in the wilderness by Scott. 7 30 . A living room dialogue discussion groups meet throughout Lent. Monday a 9 30 . A ministerial association meets. 7 30 . A Bible study class at barn. Romans 8-9. Fireside chats follow. Tuesday a 7 30 . A choir rehearsal for Palm sunday Vesper service. Thursday a 2 . A ladies Aid meets in barn with sewing for Kurn Hattin devotions and Tea. Book tells of miracles wrought by agricultural missionaries by Louis Cassels up religion editor in his vivid parable of the last judgment Jesus pictures the King of heaven sitting on a throne with All Mankind arrayed before him the righteous on his right hand and the wicked on his left. The King Speaks to those on his right. A come enter and possess the kingdom. For when i was hungry you gave me food a surprised the righteous ask a lord when was it that we saw you hungry and fed you a and the King replies a anything you did for one of my Brothers Here however Humble you did for no one takes this parable More seriously than the Small band of dedicated christians who Are serving the people of undeveloped countries As agricultural missionaries. First in Field More than 50 years before the . Government began sending technical Aid missions abroad american agricultural missionaries were at work in the Backwoods villages of Asia Africa and latin America. With practically no resources except their knowledge and their Bare hands they helped to dig Wells build compost heaps Plant seedbeds Check erosion. They showed Farmers How to increase the yield of each previous plot of land by using better seeds and fertilizers. They introduced protein Rich crops such As peanuts and soybeans. They Learned How to Cope with the plagues which periodically wiped out the Chicken flocks. They organized credit unions to deliver Farmers from the clutches of usurious moneylenders who charged them up to 200 per cent interest on Loans. They founded marketing cooperatives. They taught the Village women How to use local products such As sisal Straw to make handicrafts that could be sold in the cities. Heroic efforts recounted the heroic efforts of the agricultural missionaries and some of the miracles they be achieved in raising living standards among the poorest people on Earth Are recounted in a new Book called a crusade against hunger Harper amp Row by i. W. Moomaw an Ohio Farmer who went to India in 1925 As an agricultural missionary for the Church of the Brethren. In recent years Vatican Council accomplishments related at ecumenism workshop Winooski Park a a Veteran Pau list editor told the workshop in ecumenism at St. Michael s College tuesday that no one of the 16 documents approved by the Council should be considered a a paper a to absolute be a document a the Rev. John b. Sheerin . Declared a is to Lay a dead hand upon it. The Council fathers were not concerned about making the documents the last word in Reform. The Bishops main concern in Many instances was to make sure that the documents kept the doors open to possibilities of further a the texts Are not the crystallization of the Best thinking in the Council but Only a foreshadowing of better things to come. The dynamism of aggiornamento released at the Council was More important than any text especially in View of the fact that Manv texts were the product of Compromise for the Sake of consensus. Father Sheerin editor of the Catholic world and an observer at the Council spoke on a has Vatican ii improved Catholic protestant relations a he said that Compromise was not a betrayal of evangelical honesty. The Bishops he said a were realists anxious to produce documents that could be implemented not grandiose professions of Liberal objectives. We Amer Lucians Are aware that a unanimous supreme court decision has a better Chance of being successfully implemented than does a 5-4 the Central document of Vatican ii he said was the a Constitution on the a the Public image of the Catholic Church has been that of an institution modelled on the absolutist lines of the roman Empire. The second Vatican Council rejected the notion of the Church As an absolute papal monarchy and approved the doctrine of collegiality. It will not Only bring the Pope closer to the Bishops but the Bishops closer to the priests and the priests closer to the people. The Ideal of collegiality is authority exercised in a framework of the decree on religious Liberty father Sheerin said has a Stormy career but its theme is now in Safe Haven As an official teaching of the Catholic Church. It is the Basic founds Tion for ecumenism. There could be no dialogue or collaboration Between catholics and protestants unless the Catholic Church recognized the right of every Man to follow his conscience and to organize his life publicly As Well As privately in Accord with his a the decree on ecumenism a father Sheerin said a builds upon the right of conscience and proceeds to recognize the protestant and orthodox conscience with respect. The decree has helped to convince protestants of the ecumenical sincerity of the Catholic father Sheerin cited some of the decree s major features a i it recognizes that the Catholic Church must Bear some of the responsibility for the breakup of Unity at the time of the reformation. 2, it affirms that All who have been justified by Faith in baptism Are incorporated into Christ have a right to be called Christian and with Good reason Are accepted As Brothers by the children of the Catholic Church. Note that it does not say that All baptized Are members of the Catholic Church. The ecumenical problem is the reintegration of All Christian churches and communities into the Church of Christ. 3, the decree recognizes other Christian churches As churches and ecclesia communities. The decree shows that Christian churches share a common supernatural reality and that god uses these churches As Means of salvation for their members. 4, the decree evinces a genuine ecumenical attitude toward protestants. 5, the decree urges collaboration Between catholics and other christians in the civic and social Fields. It is reluctant to commend common worship and says that the decision Here in each Case lies with the local Bishop but it does Praise joint participation in prayer service with other christians. On dec. 4, 1965, Pope Paul personally participated in a joint prayer service with protestants and orthodox at St. Paul a outside the Walls where Pope John first announced he would Convene the second Vatican Council. 6, the decree urges greater collaboration Between Catholic and other Christian theologians and scripture ecumenical workshop postponed Williamstown mass. A the ecumenical liturgical workshop to be sponsored by the we hams College Chapel has been changed from saturday april 30 to saturday May 14, it was announced today. The change in Date is to accommodate Alexander Peloquin music director of the Cathedral of is. Peter and Paul Providence r. I., who will be conducting a diocesan festival on the earlier Date. On May 14 Peloquin will be joined on the panel by John Ferris organist and choirmaster of Harvard University and Kenneth Roberts assistant professor of music at Williams and organist and choirmaster of Thompson memorial Chapel at Williams in a Day Long series of discussions demonstrations and group activities which Deal with music for a new a a ecumenical Church. The May 14 workshop will be open to the Public and is especially designed for clergy organists and choirmaster and choristers in the Berkshire area. Registration will be handled by professor Roberts from whom a brochure detailing events of the workshop is available. He has kept in close touch with agricultural missionaries in All parts of the world As a Field representative of the interdenominational Agency agricultural missions inc. Moomaw does no to dwell on the hardships of the work. He is absorbed with the results the Well nigh incredible transformations that take place when modern farming technology begins to lift people from the Brink of starvation and introduce them to a new life of Hope and human dignity. But at the end of the Book he Speaks out with the Long suppressed bitterness of a Man who has seen too Many babies starve. A at present the churches have 320 agricultural and Home economics workers in service abroad a he says. A they make up Only 3 per cent of the total number of american protestant missionaries sent abroad. Give Only crumbs a today the protestant churches of in suit port average of member per sents Little America Are giving of this work an ten cents per year. This repro More than the crumbs that fall from our tables. A there is no situation in which a Small investment can do so much to relieve human suffering. Why Are we doing so Little Why this feeble response when the Church is confronted by the greatest Opportunity of the Century does this represent the heart of the american people a in the parable of the last judgment the King turns to the people on his left and tells them they re unfit for the kingdom of heaven because a when i was hungry you gave me nothing to they also Are surprised and ask when this happened. And the King answers a anything you did not do for one of these Humble ones you did not do for sea rings it Kun Al a r v Arlington Between the 12th and 18th centuries the ruling class in Venice cast a ring into the Adriatic sea each year As a Token of their claim to Dominion Over the sea. Remember you get double triple a a so Blue Stamps every wednesday at grand Union Empire no minimum Purchase necessary the other decrees also reflect brotherly concern for those not of the Catholic Faith a father Sheerin said. A the Constitution on the Church in the modern world a he said a constitutes a Clear break with the last remnants of medieval thinking. The text is admirable for its intensely sympathetic attitude toward the world. I think catholics can look upon the Council achievement with realistic optimism. We have to be realistic in admitting the Council left the problems of mixed marriages birth control and nuclear warfare unsolved and we must realize that implementation of Council reforms will require a colossal amount of work. But in the Light of our meager expectations on the eve of the Council the actual achievements now seem just Short of Shaftsbury a pcs meets Shaftsbury a at the March meeting of the woman a society of Christian service of the first methodist Church held in the Church social room it was voted to contribute to the District fund for retired missionaries and Deaconesses. A nominating committee of mrs. Mary Stevens chairman mrs. Edna Prouty mrs. Alice Bronson and mrs. Doris Cornell was appointed to present a slate of officers at the next meeting. It was announced that the churches quarterly conference and annual meeting will be held March 15, in the Church social at 7 30 . All of the women Are asked to bring All of their non perishable articles that Are being made for the pre Holiday Bazaar to the regular june meeting. After the business meeting which had been presided Over by the president mrs. Ardella Morin the co hostesses mrs. Doris Cornell and mrs. Sarah Harrington served refreshments. This meeting had opened with group singing and devotions led by miss Stella Hawkins followed by a discussion led by the Secretary based on the chapter a oneness in the local congregation a in the study Book by Bishop Roy Short. The next a pcs meeting will be held april 12, at 7 30 . In the Church social room when a movie will be shown and both the Junior and senior my groups Are invited. Co hostesses will be mrs. Edna Prouty and mrs. Mabel Mattson and every member is asked to bring a Batch of cookies. Political advertisement we thank you. For your reception to our new Channel and to our Sale offer better to of Bennington 317 main St. 2-9395 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 a 4 4 4 4 4 4 a 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Harte theatre now thru tues. March 15 eve. 6 30 amp 8 40 . Sat. 8. Sun. Mat. 2 . Albert r Broccoli a Harry Saltzman Sean Connery thunderball pan vision Imi Vil Quot a United artists Walden theatre Williamstown mass. Sat. Sun. Mon. Tues. March 12-13-14-15 shown at 7 15 and 9 15 adults Only political advertise me is political advertisement member Bennington fire department 15 years past 3 years chief Bennington fire dept. Dick Hollister for Village president hell do the work. To do the Job represented Benn. Co. At the state fire fighters Assn. Member unification study committee 26 year Ben Mont employee Foreman for to years at Ben Mont Pacific theater will vet co pres. Cora b. Whitney Pat family Man with 6 children. Richard Hollister 13 i Beech St. Bennington it

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