Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Aug 23 1965, Page 3

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 23, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Miss Susan Marshall weds Robert Lohnes in Hoosick Hoosick . A miss Susan Jane Marshall daughter of or. And mrs. H. Rudolph Marshall of Hoosick was wed saturday afternoon to Robert w. Lohnes son of or. And mrs. Carroll Lohnes of Canon City Colo. The Bride was Given in marriage by her father in the saints episcopal Church. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Philip Lewis of a saints. Miss Mary Bovie played the traditional wedding March on the Organ in a Church decorated with White snapdragons and chrysanthemums. The Bride s twin miss Sandra Marshall was maid of Honor. Miss Ellen Jones of Hoosick and miss Sandra Matera of Troy ., friends of the Bride were bridesmaids. Best Man was Charles Lohnes of Hoosick the bridegrooms Cousin. Ushers were John r. Ryd Berg of Rochester ., Cousin of the Bride and Theodore Brogue of Petersburg ., Friend of the bridegroom. The Bride was attired in a full length gown of Linen fashioned with a modified scoop neckline bordered in clustered Venice lace which also embellished the Kabuki a sleeves. The a line skirt was accented at the High Waist by a triple Bow. A wide detachable train completed the ensemble with a Matching open Pillbox Headpiece and double veil. She carried a Cascade of White Gladioli mums Stepha Notis and Ivy. The bridal attendants were identically dressed in floor length Pink Saki Linen with scoop necklines and White modified cummerbunds with Watteau trains. Matching dior bows were their Heads. The maid of Honor was distinguished by a Cascade of deep Pink and White carnations. The bridesmaids carried similar bouquets of Light Pink and White carnations. At the Hoosick Grange Hall the Bride s Mother received in a two piece French Vanilla crepe dress with Aqua accessories wearing a Corsage of White mums and yellow roses. Mrs. Lohnes the bridegroom s Mother wore a beige Linen and lace dress with Rose hat and White mum and Pink Rose Corsage. Mrs. Robfrt w. Lohnes out of town guests were included from Colorado new York Virginia Massachusetts and Vermont. The Bride is a graduate of Hoosick Falls Central school and of Hudson Valley Community College Troy . She is employed As a dental hygienist in the office of or. John Irons Bennington. Her husband is also a graduate of rfcs As Well As of Colorado state University. He is an elementary teacher in the Berlin Central school District Berlin . After a trip through the new England states for which the Bride left in a Green Wool three piece suit with beige accessories and a White Orchid Corsage the couple will reside in Hoosick. Trumpeter Alti ays in i \ if s Lane concerts Burlington a trumpeter Al Birt will be one of the top attractions in the Blue concerts of the University of verum a nth a 1965-66 Lane series while the new Christy minstrels will be one of the highlights of the red concerts. More than 10,000 brochures announcing the concerts for the Lith season of Vermont a major cultural attraction went in the mail Friday. Other series highlights include a pair of Broadway hits the comedy a Barefoot in the Park Quot Blue and a Stop the world a i want to get off Reda musical and the a Baptist men to Conven at Castleton Castleton a the Rev. George w. Peck Baptist missionary to Assam India will be the featured speaker at the annual conference of Vermont Baptist men aug. 28 and 29 at Castleton state College. The Rev. Or. Peck was born and educated in Australia and served As pastor of Albion Baptist Church of Albion Branane. He came to this country in 1963 and is enrolled at Harvard University where he is working toward his doctors degree in theology. Announcing the conference president Harland e. Whitcomb of North Springfield said an added feature this year will be films and a presentation by laymen of Christ Church presbyterian of Burlington. The laymen will de Sertic their new venture in Christian witness As laymen and As a Church to no Church people in Burlington. Whitcomb said there will also lie discussion groups hymn sings recreation and Fellowship. The conference will begin with registrations at la . Aug. 28. He noted the total costs of $9.75 include four meals and room. Saturday s session will be informal. There is a Church service planned for sunday. Whitcomb has asked that each Church let him know As Early As possible the no Miler of men planning to attend. Youths of High school age Are also eligible to Yearance of the Moscow philharmonic red which will be making its first american tour during 19t i66. My two innovations for the Lith season Are seven concerts in each series instead of six and the elevating of the Back seats in memorial auditorium to ensure better visibility. The first regularly scheduled Lane attraction on the 1965-66 program will be the National Ballet on oct. 15. On oct. La a Lane extra is on tap with the 180-member Royal marines Tattoo in British parlance a Tattoo is a military spectacle in addition to the two British Marine bands also appearing in the Tattoo will be the massed pipes Drums and dancers of the scots guards and Royal scots Greys regiments and the British Columbia Highland lassies dancers. University students staff and faculty have first ticket priority for the subscription series while remaining tickets Are equally distributed among alumni and townspeople. Married joins Lorn in la or. And mrs. Bradford g. Jones have returned from a wedding trip through new York state and new England. Or. Jones married the former Amy e. Bennett july 31 at the Embury methodist Church in Cambridge. The 4 . Ceremony was performed by the Rev. Clinton Carter. Best Man was Albert Jones brother of the bridegroom. Mrs. Mary Macauley a close Friend of the couple was Matron of Honor. The couple is now living on Park Street ext. Both Are employed at Ben Mont papers. L of Sumn Lincoln 111. It a tip �?4t was Bright and sunny Here the other Day too darn sunny. With the score tied at 2 2 in the ninth inning of a baseball game Between Peoria and Lincoln the game was called because of Sunshine. The players could t see the Ball. Miss Maureen b. Orr jr., Are wed Bennington Banner monday August 23, 1965�?3 mrs. Allan c. Hill miss Ken von weds . Hill w Iii North v j bedecked with White mums and yellow spider mums North Bennington Baptist Church was the scene saturday of the nuptials of miss Barbara Jean Kenyon daughter of or. And mrs. Gordon Kenvon of North Bennington and Allan Charles Hill son of or. And mrs. Julius Hill of Sunderland. At a ceremony to which the Bride was escorted by her father the Rev. Alfred Scott officiated. Mrs. Alfred Scott Church organist played a to Promise me a a by Dekoven a i love thee a by Beethoven a morning mood by stairs a sch Anallene Nuttail a by Dubois a thee s a meditation Quot by Massenet and a a loves offering by Parker. The brides sister miss Linda Kenyon was maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were miss Andrea Kenyon of North Bennington miss Barbara weeks of East St. Johnsbury and Linda Peters of Shaftsbury. Paul Hill brother of the bridegroom was Best Man. Ushers were James Bishop of Shaftsbury Erie Hill and i to Gould of Sunderland. The Bride was garbed in a floor length gown of Peau de sole with a Bell shaped skirt. The bodice of re embroidered Canduy lace had a room neckline entranced with seed pearls. Chantilly lace also formed the Bell sleeves. A veil of illusion fell to her shoulders from a Pillbox of the same lace. The Bride s attire was fashioned by the bridegroom s sister mrs. Janice Gould. Miss Kenyon carried a Cascade bouquet of White roses White pompous Stepha Notis and Ivy. The maid of Honor wore an Aqua taffeta dress of Street length with a Matching Pillbox. Her colonial bouquet was of White carnations and Aqua pompous. Matching Street length dresses of yellow brocade taffeta with Matching Pillbox headpieces were worn by the bridesmaids. They carried colonial bouquets of White carnations and yellow pompous. A reception followed the wedding at the North Bennington fire Hall. Miss Kenyon received in Blue lace dress with White accessories and a Pink Corsage. The bridegrooms Mother mrs. Hill chose a Green embroidered Cotton dress with Matching accessories and a yellow Rose Corsage. Out of town guests attended from Vermont new York Massachusetts and Connecticut. The Bride is a 1964 graduate of North Bennington High school and is now studying at the University of Vermont. Her husband graduated from Burr and Burton Seminary in 1962, Vermont technical College in 1964, and is now employed at Shelburne farms in Shelburne. After a wedding trip to an undisclosed destination the couple will live in Burlington. \ a mrs. Timothy j. Don Nelly miss Dianne la it a Rue la eds . Donnelly Back to school dresses sizes 3 to i 4 Drysdale a free parking armory lot next door cd Pittsfield Dianne Mary Labarge daughter of mrs. Margaret a Labarge of 64 Stratford ave., and the late Henry j. Labarge became the Bride saturday of Timothy James Donnelly son of or. And mrs. Matthew j. Donnelly of 107 Fountain drive. The brides Mother is the former Margaret Willson of Arlington. The it. Rev. Msgr. Henry m. Burke performed the la . Ceremony in sacred heart Church. A reception followed at the Crane inn in Dalton mass. The Bride was escorted by her brother Paul w. Labarge of new Castle a. Miss Kathleen m. Chiorgno was maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were miss Susan l. Donnelly sister of the bridegroom miss Marie l. Labarge of new Castle the brides Niece and miss Carol a Witter. Best Man was Richard h. Bol Ster. Ushers were Ralph t. Labarge of Delmar ., brother of the Bride Steward Yeomans of Vestaburg mich., and Peter Bowen of Schenectady . The Bride wore an imported Peau de sole gown with fitted bodice Sabrina neckline Long tapered sleeves Empire Waistline with band of sequins and pearls and a line skirt with detachable Chapel train. A double raised Crown of pearls held her Elbow length three tiered illusion veil. She carried a Teardrop Cascade of feathered White carnations and daisies. Miss Chiorgno was dressed in a Nile Green Linen gown trimmed with Moss Green velveteen and a Pouf Headpiece of Flowers to match her colonial bouquet of daisies tinted in shades of Spring Green Aqua and White with Evergreen ribbon. The bridesmaids similar gowns were of jewel Green with their head Upton mass. A miss Maureen Elizabeth Gorman daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph w. Gorman of this town was married sunday to Frank Brock Orr jr., son of mrs. Floyd n. Holliday of Shaftsbury and the late or. Frank b. Orr. Holy Angels Church was the scene of the 2 . Wedding at which the Rev. Thomas j. Tunney officiated. The brides sister mrs. Joan e. Varney of fort Walton Beach fla., was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were Margaret r. Dean sister of the Bride and Rita m. Gorman sister in Law of the Bride both of Upton and miss Nancy v. Orr of Shaftsbury sister of the bridegroom. Richard Watson of Bennington Friend of the bridegroom was Best Man. Paul and Joseph w. Gormanjr. Of Upton Brothers of the Bride and Gary Sweet of Williamstown mass., were Ushers. Escorted by her father the Bride was garbed in a Short sleeved gown of silk organza designed with a Sabrina neckline and trimmed in Klencon lace and seed pearls. Her Sheath skirt with Obi Sash had a detachable Chapel train. A Cluster of lilies accented with seed pearls and Aurora boreal is held the illusion veil which fell to the brides shoulders. She carried a Crescent of orchids surrounded by Poms and Ivy with streamers of Stepha Notis and Ivy. Turquoise silk organza fashioned the gown of the Matron of Honor. It had a scoop neckline and Short sleeves. The Empire a line skirt was enriched with Daisy appliques. Her silk illusion bouffant veil fell from a Cluster of roses. Bridal attendants wore similar gowns in Jonquil. They carried Crescent bouquets of daisies tinted to complement their gowns. During the reception which followed at the Uxbridge inn Elizabeth Hilyard and mrs. Ronald Mack friends of the Bride circulated the guest Book. For her daughter s wedding mrs. Gorman chose a Sheath dress of american Beauty Rose with White accessories. Mrs. Holliday wore a powder Blue Linen Sheath trimmed with White and Navy and White accessories. The Bride is a graduate of Grafton High school and Framingham state College where she received a . In education. Her master of education degree is from Worcester state College and she has done Post graduate work at Okaloosa Walton College in Florida. She has accepted a teaching position in Bennington and will teach third Grade at the Molly Stark school. Her husband attended Wooster school in Danbury conn., and is a graduate of Bennington High school. For nine years he was an air Force weapons and explosives specialist. This fall he will attend St. Joseph College in Bennington where he will major in business management. After a wedding trip to Maine and new Hampshire the couple will reside at 112 Adams St., Bennington. Bever i y la am Mon d becomes mrs. Robert it. Johnson miss Beverly Patricia Hammond daughter of or. And mrs. James p. Hammond of Monument Circle exchanged vows aug. 14 with Robert William Johnson son of or. And mrs. Carl a. Johnson of Lynchburg a. White Gladiolas and chrysanthemums decorated St. Peters episcopal Church where the Rev. Donald a. Webster associate Rector officiated at the 4 . Ceremony. The Bride was Given in marriage by her father. . Van Der Linde played the wedding music. Miss Alice Johnson was maid of Honor. Miss ele Knowles of great Barrington mass., miss Dianne Nunnally of Newport news va., and miss Charlotte Killian of Bennington were other bridal attendants. The bridegrooms father was Best Man. Ushers were Philip c. Johnson of Cape Elizabeth Maine Ensign j. Paul Hammond or. Of san Diego calif., and Clifford n. Hammond of Boston mass. James Kent Liggett was ring bearer and Marleigh Liggett was Flower girl. Both Are of Bennington. The Bride was attired in a floor length gown of silk organza Over taffeta with fitted bodice portrait neckline Short sleeves and Bell skirt. The dress was outlined with appliques of Chantilly lace and seed pearls. A Capelet of Chantilly lace formed a Cathedral train. Her bouffant veil fell from a Headpiece of lace Crystal and pearls. Her bouquet was a Cascade of White roses on a White prayer Book. A reception followed at stuck Redaway a the Hammond a residence in old Bennington. Out of town guests attended from Ohio Lloyd mrs. Robert w. Johnson Virginia Massachusetts California and Maine. The Bride attended Pine cobble school in Williamstown mass., Saint Agnes school in Albany ., and Lynchburg College in Lynchburg a. The bridegroom attended . Glass school in Lynchburg and is employed by Marchant calculator division of Sam corp. He belongs to the rotary club and the Junior chamber of Commerce in Lynchburg. The Bride left Ona wedding trip to Canada garbed in a beige Linen suit with Matching accessories and a White Orchid Corsage. They will reside . Engaged Cam pacy Hoyt Manchester depot or. And mrs. Frank Campney have announced the engagement at their daughter Anna Frances to pfc. Gene Raymond Hoyt son of or. And mrs. Cyril Hoyt of West Arlington. Miss Campney a graduate of Burr and Burton Seminary class of 1962, is now employed in Arlington at Mack molding co. Her Fiance a graduate of Arlington High school is stationed in Munich Germany. No Date has been set for the wedding. Id Anna Campney marring a i a red i Art vows were exchanged aug. 14 Between miss Christine Hart daughter of or. And mrs. Karl a Hart of pleasant St., and Burt Ware son of or. And mrs. Gordon e. Ware of Barbera a Lake Road in Pownal. The ceremony took place at pieces and bouquets like that of the maid of Honor. The Bride a graduate of Pittsfield High school in 1962 and Berkshire Community College in 1964 attended the University of Massachusetts and is now an office clerk at Berkshire life insurance co. The Groom graduated from Pittsfield High school in 1961 and attended u. Of mass. And also. He is manager of classified advertising at the North Adams mass. Transcript. After a wedding trip to Maine the couple will live at 278 Elm St. In Pittsfield. 2 . In sacred heart Church with the Rev. Joseph Wiseman pastor officiating. Attendants were miss Dolores Caron of Bennington and Robert Fields of Williamstown. The Bride was attired in a White Ballerina gown of scalloped lace with sequins. Her shoulder length veil was attached to a Crown trimmed with pearls. She carried a bouquet of Pink sweetheart roses and Lily of the Valley. The maid of Honor wore a Blue Satin and net dress with pearls and White Cape and carried a colonial bouquet. Guests from Bennington Williamstown and the Pownal attended a reception which followed at the knotty Pine restaurant. The couple left for Niagara Falls and Canada following the reception. The Bride travelled in a Green Empire dress with Pink accessories and wearing a Corsage of White roses. Both Are members of the class of 1966 at Bennington High school. Mrs. Edward h. Holden miss Gal limit of j a v i Ell wan Mackenzie i Holden Williamstown mass. A miss Gail Elizabeth Mackenzie exchanged vows saturday morning with Edward Henry Holden at St. Patrick s Church Here. Miss Mackenzie is the daughter of or. And mrs. Harry Nicoll Mackenzie of 19 Glen St. The bridegroom s parents Are or. And mrs. Robert Thayer Holden of West Road Bennington. The Rev. James Holden . E., the brother of the bridegroom performed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass. Matron of Honor was mrs. Stephen b. Rich the brides sister. Miss Susan Mackenzie mrs. Nancy Guare sister of the Groom miss Susan elder of North Adams mass., miss Barbara Hassinger of Stony Point . And miss Gabriel Kelly of Manhasset . Were the other bridal attendants. Howard t. Guare jr., the Bride grooms brother in Law was Best Man. Ushers were William Mackenzie brother of the Bride Stephen b. Rich brother in Law of the Bride Stuart Eldred of Bennington James Collins of North Adams mass. And David Mulbarger of Midland Park . Were Ushers. William Walden of Williamstown was soloist. The Bride was garbed in an Empire gown of Venice lace Over candlelight taffeta. The lace bodice had a Sabrina neckline and Long tapered sleeves. A fitted taffeta band was at the Waist and an a line floor length skirt extended to Creata a Chapel train. Venice lace formed the Bride s Mantilla. She carried Long Stem White roses loosely bound by a Satin ribbon. The bridal attendants gowns were of Brilliant Blue Shantung fashioned with Sabrina necklines and Elbow length sleeves. 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