Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 6 1966, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 6, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Castleton chorus to sing Brahms irequiem9 in Dorset Dorset a the Castleton state College chorus under the direction of or. Robert Aborn will perform the Brahms to ulem Sung in German at the United Church of Dorset and East Rupert Here sunday evening at 8. The concert is open to Shaftsbury f ran Stacy 442-6524 girls of the Hilltop 4-h club will hold a rehearsal for the dress review May 14 at Arlington High school tonight at 7 30 at the Shaftsbury school. All sewing projects should be brought to the school at that time. Members will hike to the Home of Jeanne and Donna Morgan saturday morning. They will meet at the school at 10 30, and each girl will bring her own lunch and beverage. Mothers will pick them up at the Morgan Home on East Road at 2 30 . Choose your Mother s Day gins from Fien bergs it Kochi it j Kwh Kuh Sii oks slippers easy by duet plan Fienberg 447 main Street Bennington it. The Public and there is no admission charge. Brahms requiem the exact title is Len Deutscher requiem a a German requiem is addressed to All irrespective of Creed. Completed in 1868, the work remains today As Brahms greatest choral achievement and indeed one of the most universally loved masterpieces in All of music. The text freely chosen by Brahms from scriptures is unique in that it seeks to console the living with the idea of suffering and death. Each of its sections closes in a mood at cheerful Confidence or Loving Promise. The work will be Sung in the original German. Theodore Cook of Manchester is organist and Roland Williams is rehearsal accompanist. W hit Creek Eleanor Niles there will be a card party at the schoolhouse f riday evening. Its always fair weather a u s or 7 Between it. And Williamstown Mast. Night racing heated Glass enclosed Post time 7 45 pm no racing on wednesdays x no minors admitted where g000 friends get together political adv he t ise me in political advertisement to the voters of Shaftsbury thanks for supporting me at the polls i realize that we have an awful mess but i will try to straighten out As much As i can but time is very late. Alfred Vav. Wade East Road Bennington Vermont i bal have you Dune for Ber lately have you surprised her with a one of a kind Flower arrangement on weathered Driftwood shame. Or maybe an imported from England old Pewter candlestick made into a lamp guilt. Not even a feminine scented Candle made especially for her bedroom ingrate. Just think of All the Nice things she has Given you Over the years. Castor Oil spinach nose drops iodine Brussels sprouts Woolen underwear adhesive tape a dime for mewing the Lawn. Make it up to her this sunday. It is her Day you know. Use Candle Mill East Arlington Vermont hours weekdays to 5 sundays i to 5 Bennington Banner Friday May 6, 1968 a 7 Shaftsbury installation set % \y<5 by int Mij. Shaftsbury a officers of the Shaftsbury school association will be installed monday night at 8. To Tiv Are mrs. Jean Miller president mrs. Audrey Jones vice president mrs. Judy Overlook Secretary mrs. Betty Gallant treasurer mrs. Elizabeth King program committee chairman and mrs. Lois Wade play ground committee chairman. Committee reports will be Given concerning the school picnic and the july 4 fair and summer activities at the playground will be discussed. Mrs. King is planning the program. Mrs. Jill Levin and mrs. Claire Mcdonald will be in charge of refreshments. Distinguished guest a talking aboard the uss Enterprise with their congressman. Rep. Robert t. Stafford a it Are these vermonters from left Marcel Gagne of Highgate Center Ralph Percey of Shaftsbury and Alan a. Wing of Island Pond. State photographers to meet for annual convention Montpelier a gov. Philip Hoff and it. Gov. John Daley will attend the annual convention of Vermont professional photographers May 15 and 16 at the Brown Derby. A banquet will be held May 15 when final judging of the organization s Quot miss Vermont photographer of 1966 Beauty contest will take place. The contest is open to professional photographers in the state and contestants will appear in person at the dinner. The Winner will represent Vermont As Quot miss Vermont photographer of 1966 at the photographers association of new England convention at the Lake Tarleton club Pike . In september. She will then compete with other successful candidates from the six new England states for the title of Quot miss new England photographer of 1966.&Quot state chairman of the Quot miss Vermont photographer contest is Clifford a Patch of Randolph. Officers of the organza tier Are mrs. Robert Luzzari of Montpelier president mrs. Eudora l. Patch of Randolph first vice president Jack Holowitz of Essex Junction second vice president mrs. Bernice Burnham of Waterbury treasurer and mrs. Nancy Holowitz of Essex Junction Secretary. A Ion cant take it with you opens Williamstown season Williamstown Mas s. A the Williamstown theatre will open its 12th season with Kaufman and Hart s comedy Quot you can t take it with you Quot july 1-9, it was announced today by Nikos spa Haropoulos executive director. As in past years the theater will have a special show july 4 normally the theater is dark Cool thieves Norwich England up a police said some Cool thieves broke into a shoe factory and stole $16.80 they found hidden in a refrigerator. ? w contestant miss Patricia Bradich of North Bennington is among contestants for the a miss Vermont photographer of 1966�?o Beauty is sponsored by Joel toward North Bennington photographer. Final judging is May 15. A w what next a disposition of the Winhall town Hall at Bondville will again come up for consideration at a second special town meeting May 19 at 7 30 . In the elementary school. Voters will decide if they will accept a bequest under the will of the late William f. Chisholm of Winhall to reconstruct and renovate the old building or to construct a new town Hall if the renovations Are voted Down. Think. Vue savings i Mobil f m0bilheat budget plan Henry m. Tuttle co., inc. Depot St. Oil 442-6343 Bennington it. Monday Sand there will be two performances on the final Day 5 . And 9 . Spa Haropoulos will direct the production. Five More plays and a musical to close the season will be announced soon by spa Haropoulos to Complete the schedule which will run through aug. 28. The questionnaire which the theater circulated this year had Quot you can t take it with you Quot As the second highest Choice the first was a Cole Porter musical and a musical of the 30s, which Are still under consideration for the closing week. North Bennington Rood Bennington Vermont Richmond instant Coffee 6 of. Jar time to change shop Oneida is May 8th lie Merln r Hor a Ith hallmark or Eiting cards stationary items Garden Cook fiction Rooks Bennington bookshop inc. 416 main St. Phone 2-5136 save on every heavy heist London up a nine Church Bells some weighing about 400 pounds were reported stolen from a storage depot. Equipped specially priced styled steel wheel covers special exterior trim Whitewall color Choice tool and extra savings of optional Chuse of Matic specially equipped specially priced ranch wagons wheel covers pleated All Vinyl seats Whitewall new exclusive 2-Way magic door Gate Standard Choice of color. 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