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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 27, 1966, Bennington, Vermont You pay Only #095 for full installation not the usual $19.95 and. Get a $10 gift certificate to use As you please for full details dial 2-9395 Del Monte pineapple chunks a a 29 shoulder Lamb chops 79 walkers food Market 6-Renn in ton Danner tuesday september 27, 1966 state cop women to meet Dorset Extension club plans meeting programs at w Ilmington White house9 Wilmington a a a a strategy for Victory luncheon sponsored by the Vermont federation of Republican women will be held oct. 7 at 12 noon at the Wilmington White House it was announced today by mrs. Sto Yan Chr Stowe of West Dover who is in charge of the event. Mrs. Chr Stowe Windham county co chairman of Thev few added the luncheon is one of a series of five District workshops being held this year by the woman s Republican organization. Following the luncheon a panel of leading republicans will discuss a strategy for Victory in 66. And a question and answer period will conclude the meeting. Those who have been invited to participate on the panel Are congressman Robert Stafford Richard a. Snelling candidate Tor governor Perry h. Mer Rill candidate Tor lieutenant governor James l. Oakes candidate for attorney general state sen. Dorothy Shea chairman of the Vermont almanac and Madeline Harwood president of the a few. A guided tour of the White House will be Given starting at 3 ., mrs. Chr Stowe added. Tickets for the event Are available from mrs. Chr Stowe 464-5070. Deadline for reservations is oct. 5. Hoosick Halls Edith Beaumont 686-9103 sunday guests of or. And mrs. Charles Frazier of Cummings Street were mrs. Frazier s brother and family or. And mrs. Alfred Bradley and six sons of Pittsfield mass., mrs. Isabelle Scott of Pittsfield and mrs. Frazier s sister and family mrs. James Frazier of Eagle Bridge. Mrs. Viola Smith of main Street is a patient at the Mary Mcclellan Hospital Cambridge. The annual Benefit dinner for the town of Hoosick Rescue squad sponsored by the Hoosick Falls aerie of eagles will be held saturday evening in the eagles Hall on first Street. Frank Irick will be master of ceremonies. Miss Christine Sprague daughter of or. And mrs. Douglas Sprague of 28 Willow St., left last week for it. Mcclellan ala., where she will serve Basic training As a wac. Miss Sprague is a 1966 graduate of St. Mary s Academy. Prior to leaving she was guest of Honor at a Farewell party Given at the Home of mrs. Albert Waytkus Willow Street. Mrs. Joseph Allen was co hostess. Anniversary tickets Ernest Malo is handling tickets in this area for the grand Celebration Ball to be held saturday evening at the Hendrick Hudson in Troy in conjunction with the 175th anniversary of Rensselaer county Celebration. Those desiring tickets May Call him at 686-5357. Only 50 souvenir books of the 175th anniversary of Rensselaer county remain to be sold in this area and May be purchased for one Dollar from Malo a first come first sell the Book includes a Brief history pictures and interesting information concerning the towns and cities in the county its Industry schools Etc. Hoosick Ada m. Breer 686-7275 mrs. Harry e. Cipperly and mrs. Leona Webster of Petersburg have been spending a few Days in Agawam mass. With mrs. Lena Mullett. Mrs. Merritt Smith and also Thomas Clancy Are in Putnam memorial Hospital Tor observation and treatment. All saints Guild will have a regular meeting in Parish Hall thursday night oct. 13. Crusaders class of the Baptist Church will have its annual banquet at the town House in Cambridge wednesday night oct. 5. Home demonstration unit and Home Bureau will meet with mrs. Agnes Stevens tuesday night oct. 4. Hostesses Are Esther Wagner and Claudia Church. Ladles Aid society will meet oct. 6, in the Baptist Church. The Rev. And mrs. Phillip a. Lewis spent the weekend at Westhampton Beach . Staying with or. And mrs. H. Crosby or. And several other friends. All saints Guild will serve a Turkey supper at the Parish Hall saturday night with Servings starting at 5 and continuing until All Are served. Mrs. Rudolph Marshall is chairman. Alan Frost has enrolled As a freshman in the 102nd session of Ottawa University Ottawa kans. Frost is the son of or. And mrs. James Frost Here. Lister vacancy still open Manchester a selectmen Here have not yet decided what action to take on the resignation of Henry e. Robinson from his town offices As Lister and auditor. Chairman i. Stanford Zecher indicated today that it is probable the Board will accept Robinson s resignation but no decision has been made on tile appointment of a successor to one or both posts. Zecher said his conversations with the remaining listers Clyde h. Bryantsr. And William Hal Lin indicate they feel it would not be necessary to appoint another Lister. A sincere dignified service no n funeral director. Serving Bennington unit surrounding Tunis. For Over 30 years under the same ownership. A member of the n. F. D. A. Amp was j aha v s on funeral Home 626 main phone 44?-?5l6 Bennington to sermons in Sony Londonderry a a new England pastor who began singing his sermons Here several years ago when he ministered to the Federated Church presented a concert in Jordan Hall Boston sunday afternoon. The Rev. Isaiah Jenkins of the second congregational Church Pittsfield mass. Has studied music at the new England conservatory at Boston University and with Roland Hayes. He got the idea for his unusual ministry from his childhood when he was greatly impressed As a Small boy a Hen the minister either opened or closed his Sermon with 1 hymn. A i thought it would be a Good idea to present the whole Sermon in music he says. A it takes a great Deal of time so i Only do it once a month or once every two months his parishioners Are enthusiastic and he is a More relaxed bringing his message musically. The Rev. Or. Jenkins who has Sung in various areas of the South and in Many new England churches was presented in concert under auspices of the Melrose Council of churches Trinity Church in Bostal and Harvard congregational Church. Grange news Deputy state master Helen Platt of North Bennington installed officers of Batten kill Grange wednesday. Acting As mrs. Platt s sweep were mrs. Viola Wilcox of Manchester marshal mrs. Rose Gleason of Bennington Emblem bearer miss Hazel Hogan of Bennington regalia bearer mrs. Edith Mccarthy of North Bennington chaplain and Sidney Cro fut of Arlington installing master. Installed were Roy Crofut master Richard King overseer Clarence Decker sr., lecturer Jessie Harrington Steward Larry Clayton assistant Steward mrs. Mabel Crofut treasurer mrs. Belle Decker Secretary miss Lois Hilliard gatekeeper mrs. Viola Coolidge Ceres mrs. Louise King Pomona mrs. Linda Hoffman Flora mrs. Beverly King lady assistant Steward Donald Simpson executive committee for three years mrs. Doris Wright pianist. The master announced the Fol lowing committee chairmen and members Home economics mrs. Viola Coolidge chairman mrs. Abbie Baker mrs. Hazel Curran and mrs. Doris Wright youth mrs. Linda Hoffman chairman mrs. Elaine Decker Larry Clayton and Jerome Whitman Community Progress Jessie Harrington chairman Roy Crofut Richard King Fred Quinn Clarence Decker sr., Donald Simpson and Sidney Crofut Junior Grange Richard King chairman Betsey Quinn and Hazel Curran membership Roy Crofut chairman Richard King and Jessie Harrington legislative Jessie Harrington chairman mrs. Belle Decker and George Coolidge. The auditors report was Given by George Coolidge. Alternate delegates to state Grange session will be or. And mrs. George Coolidge. The next meeting will be oct. 4, at 8 Refreshments will be served by or. And mrs. Sidney Crofut and mrs. George Wright. Debut or. Gunnar Schonbeck professor of music at Bennington College directs the clarinet choir above and the string ensemble left of the new Hoosick Falls Community Church orchestra sunday evening at its first Public appearance during a Hoosick Grange service held in the first Baptist Church Hoosick Falls. Dorset Marchen Skinner 8674490 miss Emily Allyn entertained her Junior High age sunday school class of eight at dinner saturday evening at her Home in Dorset hollow. The class which is studying Moses was first fortified by beef Stew and Apple pie a la Mode before viewing miss Allyn s slides of the Nile River. Miss Salina Cardinal is a member of a North Adams mass. Group which left last wednesday by train from Montreal for a two week visit in Alaska. The group went via Vancouver and the inner passage to Alaska. Or. And mrs. Gibson Winter have closed their Home and departed for Chicago 111., where they will spend the Winter. Winter is professor of ethics at the University of Chicago divinity school. Miss Margaret Phillips daughter of or. And mrs. Ernest Phillips is a freshman at the University of Vermont this year. Her parents report that so far she is finding it a Happy experience. Homemakers meet Twenty six delegates of the Vermont county homemakers met last week at the United Church of Dorset and East Rupert to make plans for the fall county meeting to be held oct. 25 at the methodist Church Pownal. Subject of the meeting will be ceramics reports their president mrs. Malcolm Clough of South Dorset. The delegates were also introduced to miss Vasanti Petal Indian Exchange student from the Manchester Chet Ringheiser Box 506 362-2073 or 375-2545 police chief Dana l. Thompson and town clerk Clara May Hemenway Are on vacation. Mrs. Helen Mach of supt. Nell e. Cross office Here accompanied gov. Hoff monday during his inspection tour of the new Danby it. Tabor Union District no. 23 elementary school. The Hub a local department store has announced it is going out of business. International farm youth Exchange program who spoke. Miss Petil who has shared her life in India with Many groups during her visit of several weeks at the Home of or. And mrs. Clough bade Farewell to Dorset and her hosts sunday. The Dorset Junior homemakers were hostesses for the meeting. W est Arlington Sandgate Betty Trachte 375-2223 or. And mrs. James Mccabe returned from a visit to Duluth and Minneapolis minn., where they visited some of the Mccabe relatives. With the imminent Frost Many avid gardeners were Busy in their gardens picking up Squash and pumpkins usually finding More than they dreamed they had. Dorset a plans for coming meetings were under discussion at a recent meeting of the Dorset senior Home Extension club held at the Home of mrs. Florence Dickson in Dorset hollow. Mrs. Evelyn Jones presided. At the october meeting planned for oct. La at the Home of mrs. Mary Nelson in Sandgate the club will hear county agent mrs. Marion Harris Lead the discussion on a what s new in clothing and textiles on nov. 15 at the Home of mrs. Lucy Stannard mrs. Gladys Phillips will present a unusual indoor hobbles a Christmas party will be held dec. 13 at the United Church of Dorset and East Rupert when mrs. Cassie Tobin will be chairman. Mrs. Jones who is also tour chairman noted two Tours being planned for next year. One is a two Day tour to expo 67 in Montreal and the other a one Day tour to Boston to the museum of Fine arts and historical Sites. Further plans will be announced at the fall Extension meeting set for oct. 25 at the methodist Church in Pownal. Those members planning to attend that meeting Are asked to pen women hold meeting at Chester Chester a at the septem Ber meeting of the National league of american pen women at the Home of mrs. Eve Dawson Here mrs. Ruth Richardson noted ceramics artist read a paper tracing the history of pottery through the Ages. Mrs. Richardson maintains studios in Chester and new Canaan Conn. Author of several books on the subject she has a new one which is expected to be published in a few months. Adoree Allan of Chester feature writer for the Connecticut Valley times reporter and Linda Durkee of Rutland feature writer for the Rutland Herald were taken into the organization As new members. Art chairman Hazel Kitts wires of Peru was proposed As a candidate for state Art chairman for 1966-67. A painting safari is scheduled for the group in Chester oct. 6. Writers As Well As artists Are encouraged to attend. Miss Dorothy Schumann president of the Southern Vermont Branch served As co hostess. In october the group will meet with the other Vermont Branch at dog team tavern in Celebration of poetry month. Contact Sadie Aldrick or mrs. Jones. The local club voted to Send a donation to mrs. Hell mets for the Christmas fund for Foster children. Mrs. Jones was appointed treasurer in place of mrs. Edith Ramsey who will be away for the Winter. Mrs. Dickson assisted by mrs. Marion Slanetz served refreshments to the 13 members present. Mrs. Jones reminds All women of the Community that they Are invited to attend meetings of the club. Williams residences featured Williamstown mass. A the new Greylock residential houses at Williams College Are featured in an article in the september Issue of architectural record a professional journal. The Greylock group dedicated last fall includes four residences and a dining Hall designed by Benjamin Thompson of Cambridge. Thompson also designed the Bronfman science Center now under construction on Hoxsey Street and the Pittsfield co operative Bank next to the first Baptist Church on South Street in Pittsfield. The Magazine devotes a color photograph cover and nine pages of pictures and text to the Greylock group. The undergraduates had a significant voice in determining the character of the buildings. Through the student committee on physical facilities they communicated ideas to the architect which were translated into the design of the buildings. The residences Are occupied by upperclassmen. Each student has a separate room of his own and shares a common living room with from four to six others. Shorthand Speed Dallas up a Leonard welders of Poplar Bluff mo., president of the National shorthand reporters association told the group s Dallas convention that a shorthand reporter can keep up with the fastest of talkers a around 250 to 300 words a minute. By contrast elders said a longhand writer goes around 25 words a minute and an office stenographer does Well to keep up with a 150-word-a-minute talker. Dorset workers a heading up the United counselling service fund drive in Dorset this year Are three trustees of the Bennington county organization from left mrs. . Tompkins mrs. Calvin Skinner and mrs. William Gilbert. The goal of us is to provide comprehensive mental health care to All citizens of the county goal of a Host of fund drive chairmen and volunteers Between oct. I and 16 is $12,500. D. Otis Are you ready for football la games on Cable each week take advantage of our you pick the Premium a installation offer better to inc. Of Bennington main St. Dial 2-9395 Bennington planning Campaign Arlington Sunderland chairmen for the United counselling service drive which gets under Way next week Are mrs. William Towne left and mrs. John Keough both trustees of the county organization. During the last five years us has handled some 52 cases from the two towns. Mrs. Kate Scott of Manchester depot was admitted monday to Rutland Hospital. Ends tank course it. William r. Porter 22, son of or. And mrs. Oakley k. Porter of Manchester Center has completed an orientation course at the army Armor school fort Knox by. The nine week course covers training in Armor for newly commissioned officers with special emphasis on duties of a tank platoon Leader. The lieutenant entered the army in june. A 1962 graduate of Burr and Burton Seminary Porter received a Bachelor of science degree from the University of Maine this year. Wipe out Burr and Burton students were delighted saturday when their football team trounced West Rutland 25-7, and they fully believe school spirit helped. During the huge Bonfire rally at the school Friday night bus students phoned radio station Wetr and asked to have a new favorite song a wipe out Quot played and dedicated to West Rutland. The cheering Section was deserted briefly while rooters took to their cars to hear the disc jockey play their request. T Alk set for wednesday at Williams Williamstown mass. A Nevill Coghill Merton professor of English literature at Oxford University will deliver a Public lecture wednesday night at 8 in Jesup Hall Williams College on a directorial imagination in the staging of Shakespeare a prof. Coghill received an honorary doctor of letters degree sunday at the Williams fall convocation. Currently prof. Coghill is directing a motion picture version of a Cdr. Faustus Quot which is being filmed in Rome with Richard Burton As faustus and Elizabeth Taylor As Helen of Troy. Burton was a tutorial Pupil of prof. Coghill when the actor attended Exeter College at Oxford in 1944 As a Cadet in the Royal air Force. Prof. Coghill is a scholar in Chaucer and Shakespeare. He is a past governor of the Shakespeare memorial theatre at Stratford on Avon and has produced and directed Many of Shakespeare s plays. The lecture is open to the Public. Admission is free. carpet remnants just in time for your fall redecorating take your pick for Only furniture incorporate 320 Elm Street phone 2-5131 Bennington it. Continue up from new Post office = \

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