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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 21, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 8-Bennington Banner saturday september 21, 1963 missionary Alliance Church holds annual missionary convention this sunday sept. 22, the missionary Alliance Church begins its annual missionary convention. The key note speaker Rev. Robert Cowles will introduce a solid week of inspirational and informative missionary services. Speakers from foreign Mission Fields films slides and special music will highlight services each evening from tuesday until Friday with closing services to be held sunday sept. 29. Also included will be a emissions in the morning a program of films and missionary interviews which will be held for All Young people Ages 9 and Baptist group holds first fall meeting mrs. William t. Eddington presided at the first fall meeting of the progressive group of the first Baptist Church held wednesday night at the Home of mrs. Kenneth Corey on Sycamore Lane in Shaftsbury. Mrs. Ernest Shepard As Secretary gave her report and outlined meetings for the year. The financial report was Given by mrs. Betty Palmer treasurer. Mrs. Dewitt Lewis Lead the group in a devotional service using the text from third chapter of James 13th verse. The group worked on items for the Christmas fair to be held nov. 22 and 23 and watched slides of Points of interest presented by mrs. Osborne Gaines of her Western trip this summer. These included pictures of the South Dakota badlands it. Rush More the Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks. Hawaiian style refreshments were served by mrs. Howard Tudor mrs. Ernest Shepard and mrs. Francis Morrissey. The next meeting will be a covered dish supper at the Church in october. 5inci can a amp a 1/ami 4 transistor portable tape recorder Ideal for a students a business a parties special 88 28 easy terms tape it. Play it. Anywhere Fienberg 447 main St. Bennington it. Up on saturday morning sept. 28. Theme for the entire week is a reaching up for Power a reaching out in witness based on a biblical text in acts 1 8. The local convention similar to those held in every Alliance Church regardless of size has As its purpose the building of Strong missionary interest and the raising of funds for the coming year. Nearly the entire annual missionary budget of the Christian and missionary Alliance comes from the voluntary pledge offerings received through these local conventions. Though Small in membership Only 72,000 members in the . And Canada the Christian and missionary Alliance is sixth in size among All protestant a Roth tests now available applications Are now available for the Navy s 18th annual a Roth qualification test according to Stanley Faryniarz guidance Counselor at Bennington High school. The nationwide examination will be Given dec. 14 and All eligible male High school seniors and graduates May apply. On the basis of this test personal interviews physical examinations and other factors Faryniarz explained More than 2,000 Young men will be Given College education As midshipmen in a Roth units in 52 Well known colleges and universities throughout the country. Registrations for the test will close nov. 22. Informational bulletins and applications Are available from Faryniarz or the nearest . Navy recruiting station. Male citizens of the United states who will be Over 17 but not yet 21 on june 30, 1964 and who Are now High school seniors or graduates Are eligible to apply. Those who attain qualifying Success will be interviewed and Given physical examinations Mission boards. The 1,195 churches in the . And Canada in 1962 contributed Over $4 million to support 876 missionaries abroad. These missionaries along with 3,109 National workers Are preaching and teaching in Over 180 languages on 24 separate overseas Mission Fields. The Public is invited to attend any of the services. Church events methodist Church the senior methodist youth Fellowship under the Leader ship of Wallace Mook president will Start the fall season at 6 30 . Sunday with a dramatic worship service at the Church. The service has been prepared by Steven Mcgaughey and Susan White. At the close of the service the group will leave in cars for an appetizer at the Earl Hamiltons second course and punch at the John books third course at the t. Reed Moninger and dessert at the Lawrence Smiths. Rainer Dagenhardt of Kassel Germany Bennington youth Council foreign Exchange student will be with the group for this first meeting. Old first Church the Rev. Lawrence Larrowe d.d., District superintendent of the Troy conference of the methodist Church will fill the pulpit of the old first Church old Bennington on sunday. The text of his Sermon will be a what is your religion doing for you a special music for the Church service will be rendered by or. And mrs. Gunnar Schonbeck of North Bennington. Mrs. William m. Thomson will preside at the Organ during the next several months. Disaster truck shown Are members of the Bennington seventh Day adventist Church with the Church s disaster truck which stopped in Bennington tuesday to pick up clothing and supplies. From left mrs. Frank Baldwin Dorcas and welfare Leader mrs. Louis Cascio Leader mrs. Ronald Seeley the pastor s wife and mrs. Gerald Coulter. Photo by Herb Post Church trucks collect clothing for needy the seventh Day adventist Church has a number of welfare and disaster trucks located throughout the nation to pick up clothing and supplies for delivery to a Central terminal in new York City. From there articles will be disbursed where the needs arise even Back to Bennington in the event of a disaster. The adventists works in cooperation with the red Cross and in this country with civil defense agencies. During the fiscal year 1,203 articles of clothing were processed at a value of $2,400. And during the first six months Bennington member s donated labor valued at More than $1,700. The local Church has expressed thanks for the contributions of citizens during the recent main Street tag Day and also during the Christmas caroling last year. Service held for workers at Orchards the Bennington Council of churches sponsored the first of its regular tuesday prayer meetings at the Southern Vermont Orchards on tuesday evening under the leadership of the Rev. Charles j. Parsley. Others helping with the service included the Rev. Earle Foreman the Rev. Angus Macdonald and miss Marion Hardy. About 24 workers were present. During the service the Rev. Or. Parsley issued an invitation for the workers to attend this week s sunday morning service at the North Bennington congregational Church at la . Next week s service will be conducted by the Rev. Or. Macdonald. The Rev. Or. Foreman announced that the churches will have a rummage Sale at the Orchards in the near future. Anyone having Good serviceable clothing for adults or children that they would like to contribute should get in touch with his minister or. Foreman or or. Parsley. Bishops will address groups on ministry Schenectady methodist Bishops will travel through the United states this fall in groups of three to address special sessions of annual conferences on the crucial role the Church and Home should be playing in recruiting qualified Young persons for the ministry. New York Bishop Lloyd c. Wicke has called special sessions of the conferences under his jurisdiction As follows Troy conference oct. 9 at first methodist Church Schenectady new York and new York East conferences oct. To at memorial methodist Church White Plains n.y., and Newark conference oct. La at Drew University Madison . Bishops assigned to address these sessions Are Bishop Edwin e. Voigt of Springfield,111. Bishop Everett w. Palmer of Seattle wash., and Bishop Edwin r. Garrison of Aberdeen . Or. Mack b. Stokes professor at Emory University will address each conference on a communicating Jehovah a witnesses meet this weekend in St. Albans Shaftsbury Church plans family dinner movie area women attend Rutland Fellowship congregational women from the Bennington area who attended the annual meeting of the Vermont Fellowship of congregational Christian women in Rutland thursday included mrs. Harold Riemann mrs. Clarice Thomas mrs. J. Edward White mrs. Myron Jones mrs. Clarence Mallory and mrs. Charles Parsley of the North Bennington congregational Church mrs. Elwin Bentley mrs. Frederick Burt mrs. Florence Hadwen mrs. George Jenkins mrs. Caroline Ostrander mrs. Carl Williams and mrs. Hugh Vance of the second congregational Church. Mrs. Thyra Ferre Bjorn swedish born author and lecturer highlighted the afternoon with a talk on heritage a relating her childhood experiences and How she grew in her personal Faith and prayer. Nearly 400 members represented 70 churches at the conference. Mrs. Robert p. Kynoch of Montpelier was installed As president of the Fellowship. Among the other officers named was mrs. Max h. Webster of Burlington As director of stewardship. Mrs. Riemann was chosen District chairman of Bennington. Shaftsbury a the commission on stewardship and finance of the Shaftsbury methodist Church will sponsor a family covered dish supper meeting this sunday in the Church social room starting promptly at 6 . Co chairmen Are mrs. Mildred Millington and Edward Armstrong the chairman of this commission. After the family supper there will be a 16 my sound film a the gift a shown in the Sanctuary. This will be followed by an informal discussion led by the pastor Rev. A. J. Macdonald. The following persons will then speak briefly about the proposed program for next year concerning their designated topics miss Stella Hawkins our world Mission Rev. A. J. Macdonald our ministries our adult program mrs. Alvan Lawrence woman a society of Christian service menus group Raleigh Fleetwood our commission on education John Millington our building and grounds. Each family is asked to bring either a salad or a casserole. There will be a free will offer Bennington area churches Sandgate methodist Church Rev. Charles w. Grande 8 30 ., service of worship Woodford hollow Christian Advent Faith Bible Church Rev. Ruth e. Smith pastor Rev. Albert Center associate pastor 10 30 ., morning service. West Arlington first Assembly of god Rev. W. C. Nelson 11 00 ., worship 7 30 ., evangelistic service methodist Church Rev. Charlesw Grande 11 30 ., worship service Wilmington lady of Fatima Chapel . J. Powers masses at 7 30, 9 and la . St. Johns Chapel 11 00 ., holy communion and Sermon first sunday. Morning prayers and Sermon other sundays. To a flip emf your company is known by the office it keeps we be everything to Complete its look of Success. Success is More than just a Quot look Quot when modern office machines Speed operations and step up efficiency. See adding machines calculators Etc. Our Evans 431 main St. Dial 2-6326 Bennington East Dorset Union Chapel c congregational 10 00 ., sunday school 11 00 ., worship service Pownal ctr Community Church 11 00 ., morning worship Dorset United Church congregational Rev. Robert g. Dana 9 30, 10 30 ., Church school Pownal first Baptist Church of pow a Rev. John c. Hatch 9 00 ., morning worship methodist Church Rev. James Bagley 9 30 ., Church service 7 30 ., youth Fellowship Arlington St. Columbanus roman Catholic Rev. Gerald t. Buckley masses at 6 30, 8 00, 9 30 and 11 00 . Weekday masses at 7 . Confessions saturday at 4 and 7 . St. James episcopal Rev. C. G. Belcher 8 00 ., holy communion 10 00 ., holy communion list and 3rd sundays morning prayer 2nd, 4th sundays. Triple a so a Blue St tips every wednesday grand Union Empire no minimum Purchase necessary Hoosick. N y. All saints episcopal 11 00 ., holy eucharist Baptist Hurch Rev. Taylor b. Light 9 30 ., worship Sermon East Arlington Federated Church Rev. Charles w. Grande 10 00 ., worship service North Pownal lady o f Lourdes 9 00 ., Low mass 9 00 ., saturday catechism class Hoosick Falls. N y. St. Mark s episcopal Church Rev. Joel b. Miller Rector 8 00 ., Early eucharist 9 30 ., family eucharist immaculate Conception roman Catholic Low masses at 6 30, 8 30 children s mass9 45 and la ., sundays. Weekday masses at 7 and 8 . 7 30 ., tuesday Rosary and Benediction. Shaftsbury first methodist Church Rev. A. J. Macdonald mrs. Alvan Lawrence organist director of music 10 30 ., worship service Sermon a is the Shaftsbury methodist Church Christian a 11 55 ., Church meeting. 7 30 ., thursday senior choir. Manchester first congregational Rev. E. H. Nickerson 11 00 ., worship service St. Paul s roman Catholic Rev. Donald c. Kelly masses sunday 6 30, 8 and Ioc . Daily 7 15 . Confession saturday 4 30 5 30. Zion episcopal Church the Rev. R. L. Clayton 8 00 ., holy communion 9 45 ., Church school 11 00 . Morning prayer and Sermon first Baptist Church Rev. Godfrey Parker 11 00 ., worship. Ing taken to help defray expenses of the movie. After supper the Small children will be entertained in another room. The Telephone committee asks All families planning to attend to fill out their acceptance cards and return As soon As possible. Novel religious tools London apr although guitars and Drums May not be the Ordinary instruments of the Church they Are being used by a group of Young theological students at Spurgeon a College Here to arouse religious interests among those outside the Church. Known As a the ventures a the students hold meetings in clubs cafes factory canteens and in the open air with music and Folk singing followed by discussions and a shoot the Parsons sessions in which the audience fires questions at the Young preachers. Bennington is being represented by a delegation of about eight persons from the Bennington congregation of Jehovah s witnesses at a convention to be held in St. Albans this weekend. The event is the Semi annual circuit Assembly sponsored by the watchtower Bible and tract society. Claude f. Church presiding minister of the Bennington congregation of Jehovah a witnesses has announced that All meetings of the local congregation have been cancelled for sept. 19 to 22 so that All who desire May attend. The three Day Bible seminar is expected to attract about 550 delegates from northeastern new York and Western Vermont. The theme for the entire Assembly Church said is a feed my Little sheep a based on the words of Jesus Christ to Peter at John 21 17. The program will consist of Bible talks demonstrations and a ministry school designed to help improve Bible teaching activity. A baptismal service is also being arranged. Several delegates from Bennington will assist in convention activities and Church will serve As head of the parking and traffic department. The highlight of the program Church said will be the featured Public discourse Given on Sun Day at 3 . By Charles w. Henry District supervisor for Jehovah s witnesses of northeastern United states. The talk is titled a the Bible triumphs in a scientific it. Episcopalians urged to protest Alabama slayings the department of Christian social relations of the episcopal diocese of Vermont in response to a request from the National Council of the episcopal Church has urged Vermont episcopalians to take cognizance of local activity to protest against the murder of four negro children in Alabama last sunday. The request originated out of a gathering of 18 Church leaders of All faiths in Washington on wednesday. Bennington area participants in the aug. 28 a March on Washington among others Are also considering action. With this request in mind Reading of the Litany will be in conjunction with the regular service at St. Peter s episcopal Church sunday and to give further attention there will be the holy eucharist for the dead Chil it Dren and those involved and responsible for the Ett Petlon. Bennington Church services St. Peters episcopal 200 pleasant St Rev. Frederick b. Wolf Rector Rev. Donald a. Webster associate Rector t30 holy communion 9 15 Parish eucharist 11 15 morning prayer and Sermon first Hurch of god North Bennington Road at Hicks Avenue Rev. W. Earle Forman 10 00 ., worship service 10 00 ., Junior Church 11 00 ., Church school kindergarten through adult 7 30 ., wednesday worship and Bible study. Methodist Church 440 main St Rev. A r. Mcgaughey 7 45 ., children a division teachers meet. 9 00 ., family worship service. Nursery provided. 9 00 ., Church school for Nursery through 9th Grade. 10 00 ., senior High seminar. 11 00 ., divine worship. Sermon topic a the Promise of 6 30 ., senior my starts progressive dinner sacred heart Church 307 school St roman Catholic Rev. Joseph Wiseman masses at 7 00, 8 30, Roll . And 5 15 . The old first Church congregational 11 00 ., Rev. Lawrence Larrowe d.d., guest minister. Sermon a what is your religion doing for you a St. Francis de sales 207 main St roman Ca Nolle msgr. Francis b. Flanagan sunday masses at 6 45, 8 00, 9 15, 10 30 . Jehovah witnesses kingdom Hall 439 main St 3 00 ., Public Bible talk 4 15 ., Bible education through watchtower study 8 00 ., tuesday service Center meeting 7 30 ., Friday. Free ministry training. 8 30 ., service meeting. First Church of Christ scientist Hillside Street 11 00 ., lesson Sermon service. 11 00 ., sunday school 2 30-4 30 ., wednesday and saturday. Free Public Reading room open in East Wing of Church. 7 30 ., wednesday. Test Mon meeting. Friends meeting 3 00 ., religious society of friends quakers in old Bennington schoolhouse. Missionary Alliance Church Crescent Boulevard Cornelius w. Clarke 9 45 ., Bible school 11 00 ., morning worship Sermon a everlasting 6 00 ., Alliance youth Fellowship. 7 30 ., evening service unitarian Fellowship 10 30 ., Coffee hour 10 50 ., sunday school 10 50 ., speaker Johnl. Handy or. Topic a religion the arts Bennington Church of Christ 524 South St g. W. Kieffer 10 00 ., Bible classes. 11 00 ., worship service 7 30 ., evening worship 7 30 ., wednesday Bible study. Second congregational Hillside Street Rev. S. C. Greene pastor 9 30 ., family worship Sanctuary. Sermon a broken 9 30 ., Church school. Three year Olds through High school. Nursery provided. 11 00 ., regular worship service Sanctuary. Nursery provided. First Baptist Church 601 main St Rev. H. Glenn Payne 8 30 ., morning worship 11 00 ., morning worship 11 00 ., Nursery for Small children. Vermont soldiers Hose Rev. W. Earle Forman chaplain 8 45 ., protestant ser let Sermon seventh Day adventist 105 Burgess Road Ronald Seeley pastor 1 30 ., saturday Sabbath school 3 00 ., saturday Sermon. 7 30 ., tuesday prayer meeting 8 00 ., Friday Young Peoples service. North Bennington old Stone Church Independent Baptist Rev. Elwin m. Ellis pastor 9 45 ., sunday school 11 00 ., worship 6 00 ., Young Peoples Baptist Church Rev. Allred Scott la ., worship service. Congregational Church Rev. Charles j. Parsley 11 00 ., service of worship. Sermon a this i do believe 11 55 ., Church meeting. Special guests and music from the Orchards. St. John the Baptist Rev. Walter f. Miller sunday masses at 7, 9 and la Bishop e. C. Voigt the nature of the Call to modern the sessions will last from 9 30 . To about 4 . Pastor Survey Nashville Tenn. Apr one out of five Southern Baptist pastors spends 30 hours per week at a no Church Job or going to school according to a Survey by a southwestern Baptist theological Seminary. 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