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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 7, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 6 Bennington Banner saturday May 7, 1966 Bishop confirms Large class at Hoosick Falls in laity to participate in Church activities Hoosick Falls n. Y. A the sacrament of confirmation was administered to a class of 163 children including 84 boys and 79 girls and a Small class of adults in the Church of the immaculate Conception Here thursday afternoon. Bishop Edward a. Maginn d.d., apostolic administrator of the Albany Catholic diocese administered the rites assisted by father Scott master of ceremonies the very Rev. Charles Hart . Of Troy and the Rev. Paul Lynch of Greenwich. Assisting the children were the very Rev. Frederick Ryan of Cambridge and the Rev. John Del Conte of Troy. The Rev. George Callaghan . Of the local Church and the Rev. A Ltd Seph Laverty . Of Schaghticoke served in cleansing the holy Oil. Seated in the Sanctuary along with the Rev. Charles a. Bauman pastor of the local Church were the Rev. John Gabelle of Pittstown Rev. Gerald t. Buckley of Arlington the Rev. Thomas Baffa of North Bennington the Rev. Thomas Autch . Of Mechanicville the Rev. Paul Cronin of Waterford and the very Rev. James a. Griffon . Of Greenwich. The children were prepared by sister James Theresa and sister Robert Daniel of the Sis theologian to speak tuesday at Castleton confirmation class Bishop Edward a. Maginn d.d., of the Albany Catholic diocese prepares to administer the sacrament of confirmation thursday in the Church of the immaculate Conception to 79 girls dressed in White Robes with red collars and Caps seated left of the Center aisle and to 84 boys dressed in red Robes seated to the right of the aisle. Beaumont ters of St. Joseph of St. Mary a Academy faculty and the adults were prepared by the Rev. Al Fred Ellis . Of the local Church. The senior girls choir of St. Mary a Academy provided music during the ceremony. Mrs. Raleigh Tatro presided at the Organ. North Bennington a participation of the laity in the work of the Church is being implemented at St. John the Baptist Church Here in a number of Parish committees according to announcement by the pastor Rev. Walter of Miller. The Parish executive Board includes William e. Dailey jr., George e. Shea Lawrence f. Powers George j. Delaney and father Miller. It is noted in the announcement that All other Parish committees will submit ideas and requests to this Board for final solution and determination. The Parish Lay committee made up of members elected by parishioners includes Lawrence f. Powers chairman George j. Delaney mrs. Richard h. Dwyer mrs. M. Leo Keough and John Laslo. Powers is the representative from the local Parish on the Bennington Deanery Lay commission. The Bishops drive for charities and development will be headed by col. . Duhamel assisted by John flood and John Bilicz. The cemetery committee at St. Johns has William e. Dailey or. As chairman and other members Are Louis Moriarty James Mcgovern Richard h. Dwyer Willard Eddy and mrs. Keough Secretary. Bennington area Church events first methodist Church Shaftsbury 10 45 . A divine worship Sermon subject a the senior choir will Lead in service of Praise under the direction of Eleanor j. Lawrence. Nursery provided for pre school children. Sunday school classes will retire to respective rooms following children a hymn. 6 30 a senior my in Church social room. Monday a 7 30 . A anniversary committee at Church. Tuesday a 6 30 . A Junior my in social room. Thursday a 7 . A senior choir rehearsal. First Baptist Church 8 30 and la . A services of morning worship with the Rev. H. Glenn Payne speaking on a the Cost of a Christian mrs. Florence Carlile Payne will be Soprano soloist at the second service and the choir of the primary department of the Church school under direction of mrs. Edgar Killian will sing a selection. A service for dedication of Little children will be held at both services. 9 30 for mom. May we . A Church school classes. Facilities for the care of preschool children will be available during both services of worship. Wednesday a 3 . A Brownie troop meets at Church. 4 . A Junior choir rehearsal at Church. Thursday a 7 30 . A senior choir rehearsal at Church. Second congregational 9 30 . A worship service with Sermon on a what do we mean by woman a 9 30 . A Church school for three year Olds through Grade 8. La . A worship service. Nursery provided at both services. 6 30 . A Pilgrim Fellowship meets. Monday a 7 30 . A Board of Christian education meets. Tuesday a 7 30 . A Board of deacons and Deaconesses meets. Wednesday a 4-5 . A babysitters course. Unit Ari an-un1 vers Alist 10 30 . A the unitarian Fellowship meets at Bennington free Library with the Rev. Brooks r. Walker of mount Kisco ., Wilt speak on a Solitude a the unknown visitors Are Welcome and Nursery facilities Are provided. Methodist Church Sandgate 8 30 a worship service with the Rev. Granville Greenwold delivering Sermon. Mirrors framed pictures Pillois lumps thru is if ret it i or lifting Bellemare amp sons North Bennington Road Tel. 2-6009 automated . Bigger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. First methodist Church 9 45 . A mothers Day a festival of the Christian Home. The Rev. Melvin r. Mcgaughey will preach on a United in Nursery care is provided in the Church parlor. Church school classes for four year Olds through Grade 8 will meet at masonic Temple 504 main Street la . A senior High Church school classes meets at masonic Temple. 5 . A Junior my meets at masonic Temple. 6 30 . A senior my will meet in Church Sanctuary with Marshall Knapp who will Lead discussion on a god in current affairs a especially our position on Viet Nam. Monday a 7 30 . A official Board meets at Church. Tuesday a 9-11 . A Circle v meets at Home of mrs. David Berry Morgan St. Ext. 12 15 . A a time for prayer group meets at Home of mrs. Florence Burke 101 Norton St. Wednesday a Troy annual conference at first methodist Church Burlington continuing through sunday May 15. Thursday a 7 30 . A choir rehearsal at the Church. Saturday a to , a Cherub choir rehearsal. 10 45 . A Chapel choir rehearsal. Vermont soldiers Home Rev. W. Earle Forman chaplain 8 45 . A morning worship with Sermon a mud in his Church of Christ to .�?Bible classes for All Ages from two years through adult. The adult class is currently studying a the life of Christ Jesus at Caesarea la .�?worship service and Observance of lords supper. Sermon a Means of entering the Church a delivered by Charles Chandler minister. 7 30 .�? evening worship during which Charles Chandler will give a lesson on a David and his tuesday to .�?topic for studies in the Bible will be a god is Given by Charles Chandler on Watn radio. 7 30 .�? ladies Bible class meets in Home of mrs. Kenneth Nicholson on it. 7 in Arlington. A guest teacher mrs. Louis Jones of Tyler Texas will speak on the subject a the Christian woman a work in the wednesday 7 30 .�?midweek devotional and Bible study. Bible classes again for All Ages from two years through adult. Study for the adult class will be a the Christian Home Christian saturday a to .�?on Watn radio Charles Chandler will bring a lesson on a concepts of first Church of god to . A morning worship with Sermon a if i were a la . A Church school with classes for All Ages kindergarten through adults. Old first Church old Bennington la . A worship service with the Rev. John Murray Allison of Albany ., conducting service and speaking on a the motherhood of Harold Macdonald jr., organist will play a invocation from St. Cecelia As a prelude. Mrs. John Mason will sing a a beatitudes and a the lord is my wednesday a i . A annual meeting of ladles Aid society in Church barn on Monument Circle preceded by a covered dish luncheon. Thursday a 8 . A annual Church meeting in Church barn with reports by committee chairmen. First Church of Christ scientist 9 . A the Bible Speaks to you on Watn. La . A lessons Sermon service sunday school. 7 30 . A wednesday service Reading room open from 2 30 to 4 30 . Wednesday and saturday. Spiritual versus materialistic views of Many a nature will be explored at Christian service Church services in a Bible lesson on a Madam and fallen missionary Alliance 9 45 , Bible school with classes for All Ages from Nursery through and including adults. La . A worship service. The Rev. Richard Lenehan will minister. The message from the Bible is a a refreshing comprehension of a Nursery provided for children under three years of age. 7 30 . A evening worship service. A study will be made of the Tabernacle in the wilderness illustrated with a Large Model of the Tabernacle. Tuesday a 7 30 . A executive committee meeting at Church. Wednesday a 7 30 . A midweek service of prayer and testimony. Mrs. John Hill will speak on a How to Conducta Bible study in your thursday a 7 30 . A ladies missionary prayer band meets at Home of mrs. Alta Davis. Friday a 7 . A Junior Alliance youth Fellowship for boys and girls aged eight through 12 and senior Alliance youth Fellowship for Young people 13 through senior teens meet at Church. Confraternity of Christian doctrine activity in the local Parish operates under an executive committee made up of mrs. Robert Flynn president Philip v. Roach vice president mrs. William e. Dailey jr., Secretary and miss Helen flood treasurer. This committee meets regularly each month to plan and carry out projects in teaching of Christian doctrine and other areas of interest in Parish work. St. Johns modality is headed by mrs. Lew Levin prefect and other officer Are mrs. Keough vice prefect mrs. John flood Secretary mrs. Flynn treasurer and Rev. Robert j. Baffa Moderator. Father Miller has also announced that a holy name society will be organized in the fall and the committee named to get it under Way includes Edward legacy jr., Charles Toomey and Bernard Mccarthy with father Miller As Moderator. Also to be organized in the fall is a Catholic youth organization group and the committee in charge of this group for Young people includes . Riley chairman mrs. Henry Gratton Daniel Fager Bernard Loamy and father Baffa As Moderator. It is expected that when the new Parish Hall at St. Johns is completed in the fall the scope of Parish activities can be considerably widened and father Miller said that these new and continuing Parish committees will be Able to swing into meaningful action for the future. Castleton a a the age of broken symbols a a new theological approach to religion without a god premise will be the subject of a symposium at Castleton state College Here tuesday. Or. Frederick Hudson chaplain at Colby College in water Ville Maine and a Leader of the new Radical approach to religious teachings will present lectures on the theme of a when and How god die a and a is god dead forever a or. Hudson who will be sponsored by the religious groups on Campus and the philosophy department received his . At Colgate Rochester divinity school and his . At Columbia University. The theologian has previously stated that there Are alternative meanings of the death of god the psychological and sociological for example. A the psychological meaning of the death of god a or. Hudson said a is that Man has lost his inner awareness of god. To say a god is dead is to say that religious experience is a the sociological meaning of the death of god a he continued a is that the Central consciousness shaping institutions of our society no longer utilize or Foster a but according to Hudson he does not mean that he is advocating a new form of atheism or idolatry. Instead he Calls it a a reformulation of the essence of the two lectures will be Given at 1 30 and 7 ., with a panel discussion by theological leaders of Vermont questioning Hudson after his talks. The Public is invited. Anniversary film seen by a Sis j the woman a society of Christian service met tuesday at the old Bennington schoolhouse. Mrs. Roy Sullivan opened the meeting with devotions after which a color movie a portrait of a woman a was shown. This film prepared in Observance of the 25th anniversary of thew pcs highlighted the importance of Christian education for women in Korea Brazil and Rhodesia. Portrayals of several of these women clearly indicated the role that such education has played in enriching their lives through greater personal fulfilment and service to others. Business included the report of the nominating committee and the election of officers. Installation will be held at the next meeting. Rotation of Circle memberships resulted in the formation of two daytime and three evening groups. Organizational meetings for the new circles will be held in the near future. The meeting closed with a social hour. Refreshments were served by members of Circle ii under the direction of mrs. James Merunowicz chairman. How do we worship a is topic of Arlington inter Church panel Arlington a it Isnit often that the standing room Only sign has to be used for a meeting in the area of religion but the All purpose room at the Fisher school Here was filled to overflowing wednesday evening for the Spring meeting of the Bennington District of the Vermont Council of Catholic women. Nearly 200 were on hand for the session which was preceded by Benediction of the blessed sacrament at St. Margaret Mary a Church. The program for the evening was a Model dialogue conducted like those held among people of various faiths in the Bennington area during the lenten season this Winter. The panel included Joseph Latif Moderator and participants from the various Bennington churches were mrs. Life ranges from despair to Hope in famine struck areas of India in Hanson Walbridge what should you expect of a funeral director Assurance of dignity and Quality. Full responsibility for arrangement. Full disclosure of costs. Respect for religious beliefs and customs. Member by invitation Bennington National selected morticians e Abl Zahed 1884 Arlington new York a Village life in indians famine areas is slowing almost to a standstill from hunger a debilitating effects. Desperate parents Are pleading a take our children a keep them alive a we can to. Farmers without food forced to eat Grain normally reserved for seed and unable to get More seed sell their ploughs then their Bullocks finally their land to get Money to buy food on the Black Market. These scenes were among those recalled by two american protestant churchmen returning from indians famine Belt a strip about 150 Miles wide running East to West through the Central part of the sub continent. Failure of the Monsoon periodic rain bearing Southeast wind upon which crop growth and surface water funerals William Guyette the funeral of William Guy Ette of 111 River St., who died wednesday morning at Putnam memorial Hospital was held at Mahar amp son funeral Home on thursday morning with a prayer and then in sacred heart Church where a requiem High mass was offered by the Rev. Joseph f. Wiseman c.s.c., pastor. Wednesday night father Lawrence Mcauliffe assistant to sacred heart pastor led in recitation of the Rosary. Burial was in Park Lawn cemetery with father Mcauliffe offering the committal prayers. Mrs. Edna m. Hurley Pownal a funeral services for mrs. Edna m. Hurley longtime resident Here were held thursday afternoon at Hanson Walbridge funeral Home. The Rev. John c. Hatch North Pownal congregational Church pastor officiated. Bearers were James and Robert Hurley Raymond Greene Edward of Connor Norman and Kenneth Hurley All grandsons of mrs. Hurley. The Rev. Or. Hatch gave the committal prayers for burial in the family lot in Oak Hill cemetery. Supply depend has brought massive crop loss and critical water shortage to the area. A a it a plainly visible from the air As a Sun baked Brown strip a said or. J. Harry Haines general Secretary of the methodist committee for overseas Relief. A it gives you a fore warning of the parched villages you will last sunday the methodist Church launched a major India famine Relief Appeal for one and a half million dollars in its churches throughout the country. Of this sum $750,000 is earmarked for ecumenical programs of famine Relief $500,000 for methodist endeavours and $250,-000 for Relief in Pakistan or. Haines explained. A the methodist Church has a membership of nearly half a million in India located in almost All the famine areas a he said. Concurrently Church world service overseas Relief of the National Council of churches is coordinating an initial Appeal to member denominations for funds to accelerate emergency feeding from 500,000 to one million persons and for measures to increase water Supply and crop yields. A my first impression on visiting a Village in Raj Stan state a where there a a Large desert area and farming is marginal a was that everyone was literally drooping from malnutrition. Actually people May not die so much of hunger in the next few months but they will be so debilitated that they will be an easy prey to disease and epidemics. Thousands May develop rapid to and other diseases because they have no the reverend Teller Mook regional Secretary for Southern Asia of the United Church Board for world Mission returned after a months travel in India to say a a in be been to India Many times a in fact in be lived there for periods of several years in the past. But this time i Felt there was something different a something frightening a in the air. A when i visited the Village of Kharkar in Kala Handi District of Orissa state the staff of our Hospital and Mobile clinic told of the heart breaking experience of parents bringing their children and pleading with the staff to take them. The parents said a if we keep them they will starve. You take them a and keep them alive a a but the picture is not All that grim or. Mook said. In places where food distribution is starting or is being accelerated a children Are getting one Good meal a Day and adults Are Given Grain to take Home. It is exciting to see the mood of villagers actually change from despair to Hope because they have received food and have been assured that food will continue to Marion Smith society of friends Quaker mrs. Flora Gerken an Quaker mrs. Flora Gerken and mrs. Marie Bergquist St. Peters episcopal Walter knights Baptist mrs. Evelyn Petersen and Charles Lack methodist mrs. Jean Irons and mrs. Claire Santway congregational mrs. Mildred Forman Church of god and Robert Roy and mrs. Frances Stockman roman Catholic. The topic for discussion was a chapter a How do we worship a from the text used in these inter Faith dialogues in several areas of Vermont this Winter. In introducing the program Latif explained that while All panel members had taken part in these dialogues previously this was the first time this particular group had met so that the discussion was unrehearsed and spontaneous. The vitality of the program was brought out by the fact that for nearly an hour the audience was held almost spell bound by the dialogue a and the panel itself became so engrossed in the search and sincerity of the discussion that they seemed to forget that this was being done before any audience at All. Each panel member explained briefly the form of worship in his or her particular Church noting variations in postures ritual of absence of it and formality or informality of prayer. Some of the discussion evolved around the attitude to prayer in its various forms. Panel members expressed different reactions to the Impact of prayer As a communal or individual expression. It appeared however that these reactions were a matter More of individual feelings than of denominational beliefs. Other thoughts expressed by the panel dealt with the values of Unity in formal Church services music As a stimulus to religious expression and the need for a a silent time in most Church services. It was noted that these a living room dialogues serve people of All faiths not Only in coming to an understanding of denominational beliefs and forms other than their own but also led to the development of a greater understanding of each ones own religion. Council president mrs. William c. Sennett summed up the reaction to this program by commenting a i no to have a Chance to participate last Winter but i certainly Hope to be Able to take part when the program is there was Complete agreement in the audience with this enthusiastic response to the values of inter Faith communication of this kind. Mrs. Sennett conducted a Brief business session and introduced the pastor of St. Margaret Mary a the Rev. Gerald t. Buckley who spoke briefly to Welcome the Council members to Arlington. The Rev. James b. Murray of St. Paul a Church in Manchester was also on hand and parishes represented included St. Paul a St. Francis de sales and sacred heart in Bennington and St. John the Baptist in North Bennington As Well As the Host Parish. The evening concluded with a social hour and refreshments served by the women of St. Margaret Mary a Church. Methodist women to hear or. Roy Nichols of c. Burlington a the annual meeting of the Troy conference woman a society of Christian service of the methodist Church will be held Here wednesday concurrently with the 134th session of annual conference being held Here May 11-15. According to the Secretary mrs. Earle n. Cooper of Nassau ., the methodist women will meet at the first congregational Church Corner of South Winooski and Buell streets starting at 9 30 . The morning session will confine itself to business matters followed by luncheon. The afternoon speaker will be or. Roy Nichols minister of the Salem methodist Church of new York City. Or. Nichols has served the Harlem Parish since 1964 under appointment of Bishop Lloyd c. Wicke. In training and in work or. Nichols is especially qualified for his Mission. He received his Bachelor of divinity degree at the Pacific school of religion in Berkeley calif., in 1947 and was awarded an honorary degree doctor of divinity from Pacific University and from the Pacific school of religion in 1959 and 1964 respectively. He received his Bachelor of arts degree from Lincoln University in Penna. The methodist minister has been a member of the Board of ministerial training the jurisdictional conference and the committee of conferences reorganization. The Troy conference a pcs speaker was elected to the school Board in Berkeley in 1963 Anco has served As worship Leader or. Such institutions As Fresno state College Williamette University and the University of California. He is widely knows As a minister on radio. W ill dedicate Chimes sunday Hoosick Falls A the newly renovated Chimes of the first United Church will be rededicated sunday during morning worship services at la. The Rev. Edith Craig Reynolds who financed restoration of the Chimes that were originally a gift to the Church from the late mrs. Jessie Clark will be present at the sunday service and is expected to speak briefly. The Chimes which were installed in 1951, have not been in use for several years until three weeks ago because of the need of repair. A Quot i my Javery memorials 517 South Street Call mrs. Ernest la. Javery mrs. Bennington Vermont Alan la. Page

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