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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 26, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Worm notes Janice Ann Spaulding wed to John c. Koziol Bennington Banner monday september 26, 1966�?5 the women of the Moose auxiliary held its meeting wednesday night at Moose Hall with a Good attendance of coworkers. Publicity chairman Gladys Knapp and Marlon Charest co chairman held a used jewelry Sale with mrs. Charest As auctioneer doing a Fine Job of auction ering. A miniature doll dressed and donated by Christina Potter was Given to Arlene Joseph. A Christmas in october a with Harriet Harrington chapter night chairman will be held at the oct. 5 meeting. At this time co workers Are asked to bring their gifts for Mooseheart. There will be a guest speaker and enrolment will be held. Following wednesdays meeting a social hour was held with Doris Sweet and committee serving refreshments. The Surprise package was won by Gladys Knapp. Some of the cookbooks have been received and another order will arrive soon for distribution. Shaftsbury a St. Peters episcopal Church in Bennington at 2 30 . Sept. 17 was the setting for the wedding of miss Janice Ann Spaulding daughter of or. And mrs. Lloyd c. Spaulding of Shaftsbury and John Charles Koziol son of or. And mrs. John s. Koziol of 223 Grandview St., Bennington. The Rector the Rev. Frederick b. Wolf performed the ceremony. Stanley Pike jr., organist played the wedding music which included a trumpet voluntary by Purcell for the processional and a Praise my soul the King of heaven by j. Goss for the recessional. The Church altar was adorned by Cut Flowers. The Bride who was escorted and Given in marriage by her father wore an a line gown of embossed brocade with detachable train. The Empire Waist was enhanced by seed pearls and in portrait neckline and Elbow length sleeves. Her veil of silk imported illusion was attached to a Pillbox of embroidered seed pearls and she carried a Cascade bouquet of White roses and Ivy. How would you like this in the Middle of your dining room table All you need is the compote bowl or tray to put them in a and we can furnish new England a largest array of fruits and vegetables. It will make your Home the talk of the neighbourhood. Our permanent fruits and vegetables Are durable and washable. But their Best feature is that they look so True to life. Come see our famous a produce department a today. If it comes to that we even have the compotes bowls and trays. The Flower barn a St Arlington Vermont daily 9-5 sundays 1-5 Tel. 375-2802 Matron of Honor for her sister was mrs. Theodore Phyllis w. Bird. The other bridal attendants were miss Betty sue Spaulding another sister of the Bride and Lisa Bird Niece of the Bride Flower girl All of Bennington. The senior attendants were attired in floor length gowns with Moss Green velvet bodices and Vanilla crepe Sheath design. The Empire Waist was accented by a Gold Satin band and both had Gold Satin headpieces. Their Cascade bouquets were of Bronze and yellow pompous. The Flower girl wore a Gold brocade and yellow Chiffon dress. The bodice was in brocade and also in Empire styling with yellow Chiffon skirt and Over skirt. Her Headpiece harmonized and she carried a bouquet of mixed pompous. Best Man was Sam Candle of Bennington. Richard Atwood of North Bennington and Robert Ostrander Nephew of the bridegroom of Granville ., ushered the guests. A reception followed in the Parish Hall of St. Peters Church. The brides Mother received Ina Cranberry crepe dress with beige accessories. The Mother of the bridegroom chose a Light Blue dress with Black accessories. Both had Gardenia corsages. Reception arrangements were by the women of St. Peters under the chairmanship of mrs. Fred Welling of North Bennington. Miss Roberta Kline and miss katrina Koziol sister of the bridegroom presided Over the punch bowls. Bruce Ostrander Nephew of the bridegroom circulated the guest Book. The Bride s cake had been prepared by mrs. Martha Williamson of Shaftsbury. After a wedding trip to the White mountains in new Hampshire the couple will reside at 24 Hayward St., Burlington. The brides going away outfit was a Heather Blue Wool suit with beige accessories and yellow Rose Corsage. Fires pastor who urged desegregation mrs. John Harles Koziol Bird the Bride is a graduate of North Bennington High school and Champlain College in Burlington. She has been employed in the office of the Penn Saver amp press Bennington. A graduate of Bennington High school the bridegroom served three years in the . Army and is studying electrical engineering at the University of Vermont. Out of town guests were included from Brockton mass. Hudson Falls Hoosick Granville Hartford Conn. Points in new Jersey and from throughout Vermont. Macon a. Up a a Baptist congregation fired its pastor and two of his assistants sunday for advocating opening Church services to negroes. At the same time the Church refused admittance to an african student who had been converted to christianity by Southern Baptist missionaries. A i have committed the unpardonable sin of a Southern minister preaching integration in a Southern town a the Rev. Or. Thomas j. Holmes said of his dismissal by vote of the congregation. While the vote was being taken deacons of the Tatnall Square Church turned away Sam Jerry oni a nigerian who came to Baptist oriented Mercer University Here in 1963 despite a the situation in the South. Oni who was detained in a police car for about an hour said the experience nearly shattered his Faith. Fired from the Church staff were or. Holmes the Rev. Douglas Johnson the assistant pastor and Jack w. Jones minister of music. All three have advocated an a open door policy in the Church. A my Faith has almost been shattered a said oni 25. But he vowed he would try again next sunday to attend services at the Church located on the Mercer Campus. The Church is not University affiliated. The Church s Board of deacons in july voted to dismiss the three clergymen for admitting negro College students at june 26 services. The students were part of an upward bound program which gives exceptional Low income High school students College training during the summer. The general membership voted 259 to 89 sunday to dismiss the three according to Jerry e. Rodgers chairman of the deacons. A it has been a test of my Faith in a sense but it has also been a strengthening of my Faith a the Rev. Or. Holmes said. A this has shown me the importance of preaching the truth. A i done to want to belittle my Church a he added. A there Are Many Good people in the Church who honestly believe they Are Are you ready for football la games on Cable each week take advantage of our Quot you pick the Premium Quot installation offer you pay Only q95 for full installation not Tho usual $19.95 and. Get a Sio gift certificate to use As you please for full details a dial 2-9395 better to inc. Main St. Of Bennington dial 2-9395 3enningt0n your news quiz part i National and International give yourself to Points for each Correct answer. 1 our nation will orbit satellites to collect facts about Earth a natural resources. The plan was announced by the department of which deals with Many of our natural resources. A the Interior a labor a state 2 the United nations general Assembly opened its 21st meeting by electing Abdul Rahman Pazhwak of As president. A the United Arab Republic a Burma a Afghanistan 3 the Senate discussed a possible constitutional amendment on prayer in Public schools. After approval by Congress an amendment must be approved by. The states before it becomes part of the Constitution. A three fourths a two thirds a More than half 4 the political Campaign for the november elections is growing hotter. About one third of the Senate seats and All of the seats in the House of representatives will be up for election. True or false 5 the state of Wisconsin and the Federal government quarrelled Over the subject of migrating. A Deerb geese a Perch part la words in the news take 4 Points for each word that you can match with its Correct meaning. 1.agenda 2.enlist 3.deplore 4.meager 5. Amendment a join a very Little a list of things to do a regret strongly a change part Iii names in the news take 6 Points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. Erhard 2.mike Mansfield 3.leopold Senghor 4.adam Clayton Powell 5 Raphael Soyer vol. Xvi no 3 a representative from new York a american Painter a Senegal a president visits . This week a Senate majority Leader a White House greets West German Chancellor a vec inc., Madison Wisconsin sponsored by. Bennington Banner la. Greenberg amp son of North Bennington them pay huh match word clues with their corresponding pictures or symbols. To Points for each Correct answer. C % \ l becomes Independent Botswana Friday _ 2. Soviet foreign min ister Andrei Gromyko St. Lawrence 3. Another Surveyor sent to the Moon 4. Returned to in membership 5. Our in ambassador dominican Republic of. Scientists Hunt traces h of visitor from space 7. Its p e in a n to waving times. Congress began hearings on Seaway tolls 9. Asked for peace prayers during october 1 0. Last american soldiers began leaving Indonesia Techuan Alan d family discussion question what will be the major issues in the congressional elections this quiz is part of the educational Frog ram which this newspaper furnishes to schools in this area to stimulate interest in National and world affairs As an Aid to developing Good citizenship. How do you rate score each Side of quiz separately _ 71 to 80 Points Good. 91 to too Points top score 61 to 70 Points fair. 81 to 90 Points excellent. 60 or under h my save this practice examination students valuable reference material for exams. Answers on reverse Page a i by bring in your valuable coupons 3rd week save 50c toward Purchase of stainless steel veg. Strainer Sale Price. $1.39 Coupon value. .50 with Coupon $ .89 save$1. Toward the Purchase of Hano painted bake in serve in i. Casserole with cover in the a dapple blossoms pattern Sale Price. $1.99 Coupon value. 1.00 with Coupon $ .99 save 3lc toward Purchase of vol. 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