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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 31, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Miss Martha a. Marsden is Bride of John e. Payne on aug. 25 Bennington Banner saturday August 31, 1961-3 Brilliant color season predicted in this area Manchester a Long time Vermont residents have predicted that this year s fall a Ocolor season Quot will be one of the Best in years. Heavy night fall during july and August has kept the Maple Birch and Hickory Trees in excellent condition and if the first Frost comes quickly the autumn foliage should provide one of the Best a Ocolor Quot seasons in recent years. In this Small Village the Equinox House and lodges one of the most famous hotels in new England. Is expecting an influx of miss Fontana or. Callo Are wed Rutland a miss Patricia a. Fontano daughter of mrs. Marie c. Fontano of 195 state St., became the Bride aug. 24 of Salvatore Gallo son of or. And mrs. James Gallo of 156 South St. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Donald Ritchie at the immaculate heart of Mary Church in Rutland. The Bride Given in marriage by Ler Uncle Edward Keough of Ben Lington wore a Street length gown of White organza Over Satin and carried a bouquet of White sweetheart roses and Stephano tis. Miss Janice Celantano Wras maid of lie nor. Flower girl was miss Lynn Bevis. Best Man was Robert j. Keefe. Ushers were Ralph Bove jr., and James Gallo or. A reception was held in the knights of Columbus Hall. Mrs. Gallo is a graduate of mount St. Joseph Academy and the Lenox Hill Hospital school of nursing in new York City. She is employed As a nurse at the Rutland Hospital. Gallo is a graduate of mount St. Joseph Academy and Springfield College in Springfield mass. He is a teacher at mount St. Joseph Academy. The couple will make its Home in Rutland. Nature Loving visitors Between labor Day and oct. 15. The Equinox Golf course is one of the prettiest in new England in the summer and when fall comes golfers find it difficult to watch the Little White Ball when the rolling Hills in the background provide such a colourful distraction. Manchester Village has been called one of the most picturesque in a state noted for picturesque villages. The area has a number of roads that wander through the Countryside with a Blaze of color in every direction. The daytime temperatures in Southern Vermont usually reach a High of 65 degrees in september gradually dropping in the latter part of the month and Early october a sweater is usually the uniform of the Day with mid Day temperatures reaching 50 degrees. Married miss Apryl r. Bell daughter of or. And mrs. Lyle Bell of Milford conn., and Gerald m. Pierce son of Harold Pierce of Bennington and a grandson of mrs. Belle Surdam of Grove St., were married aug. 24 in Milford. A wedding reception was held in the eagles Hall in Hoosick f alls ., following the ceremony in Milford. Afterwards the couple departed on a wedding trip to viagra Falls ., and Canada. They Are now making their Home in Milford. Bennington briefs the Bennington Rural kindergarten will open sept. 18. Vallies and the state liquor store Arlington it. Will be open from 8 . Until noon labor Day. New tall schedule Bennington lanes open monday Friday 3 . Saturday and sunday i . Csc Kooc Fame cd miss Martha Jane Marsden daughter of or. And mrs. Leroy Marsden of 140 Union St., became the Bride of John Edward Payne son of or. And mrs. C. Edward Payne of Elm Grove wis., in a 2 ., aug. 25 ceremony in the second congregational Church Here. The Rev. Charles j. Parsley pastor of the North Bennington congregational Church officiated and organist . Vanderlinde played selections from Bach and psalm xxx by Benedetto Marcello As the processional and a trumpet tune Quot by Henry Purcell As the recessional. The Church was decorated with White and red Gladioli and the social rooms of the Church where the reception was held were decorated with Coral yellow and Orange and White glads arranged by mrs. Eugene Clark and mrs. E. Ford Robbins. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a White sleeveless Empire Sheath gown of silk Matte Lasse with a Matching Juliet Cap trimmed with seed pearls. The gown and the Cap were designed and created by the Bride. She carried a Corsage of yellow rosebuds with White mums. The brides Only attendant miss Lucille Weichert of Bennington a High school classmate chose a gown of yellow taffeta Sheath with eyelet Over skirt and Matching ribbon headband. She carried a Copper mum Corsage. Best Man was Robert Payne younger brother of the bridegroom and the Ushers were James and Douglas Marsden Brothers of the Bride. At the reception a three tiered bridal cake made by mrs. Rupert Young was served with miss Linda Moninger cutting the cake and mrs. Lucy Marsden grandmother of the Bride pouring Contee. Miss Sarah Lee Bartlett a Cousin of the Bride circulated the guest Book. The brides Mother wore a Champagne beige brocade Sheath with a comb idiom Orchid Corsage. The grooms Mother chose a Blue silk Shantung Sheath and also wore a Pink sweetheart Rosebud Corsage. The brides grandmother wore a Blue print sheer dress with a White Carnation Corsage. After the reception the couple gave personal gifts to their attendants and departed on a wedding top to an unannounced destination. The couple will make its Home at 138 Benefit St., Providence it. The Bride is a graduate of Bennington High school and Pembroke College of Brown University class of 1963. She is now employed at the Rhode Island school of design Library in Providence. The bridegroom is a 1962 graduate of Brown University and is employed As news editor of a Providence radio station. Out of town guests were present from Elm Grove wis., North Adams mass., Providence r.i., Montgomery Rochester Syracuse Troy Albany and Latham Even Bridge succumbs to automation Chicopee mass. Apr the data process shuffle sounds like the name of a new dance but it Isnit. It just Means automation has raised its head in the game of Bridge. All hands for the new England regional Bridge championships in Chicopee beginning Friday and continuing through the Holiday weekend will be dealt the 1,000 competitors from new York Canada and new England with the Aid of a big Honeywell 800 computer. Maurice Braunstein director of the tournament explained that when players done to shuffle properly a we find ourselves with Freak distributions a too Many eight card suits too Many voids the tricks played in the last hand being dealt for the new the result he said is increased player dependence on Guesswork than on individual skills and knowledge. Miss Susan m. Barrows becomes Bride of Harry a. Wood in Dorset Church a a handsome new styling / easy operation finest features /88 character keyboard j convenient a half spacing distinctive Type faces True office a a machine action trouble free performance / Low Down payment easy terms Evans news amp office main St. Equipment co. Inc. Dial 442-6326 hams Shank portion first National stores North Bennington re. Pm a n Bennington it. I amps i. A Lex Andor mow or. Ani mrs. Donald l. Bronk miss Elaine m. Cameron Donald l. Bronk wed Here miss Elaine Marie Cameron daughter of or. And mrs. Welland c. Cameron of 910 county St., became the Bride at la . Aug. 24 of Donald Lawrence Bronk son of the late or. And mrs. Lester Bronk. The ceremony was performed in the first methodist Church Here with the Rev. Melvin r. Mcgaughey pastor officiating. Organist Harold Mcdonald played traditional wedding music. Mixed Gladioli decorated the altar of the Church. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a Waltz length gown fashioned with a High neckline and featuring a Queen Anne Collar. The upper bodice and Long tapered sleeves were of Chantilly lace enhanced with sequins and seed pearls and the lower part of the fitted bodice was of taffeta. A bouffant skirt was fashioned in four tiers of Chantilly lace and illusion Over taffeta. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion fell from a double Crown of Crystal and seed pearls. She carried a fan Cascade of White orchids roses and baby a breath. Mrs. Dianne rushed of Bennington a sister of the Bride was Matron of Honor. She wore a Street length gown of Moss Green Chiffon with a Matching Headpiece and carried a colonial Cascade of Pink and yellow carnations and baby s breath. Best Man was Robert Leslie Bronk a Nephew of the bridegroom and the usher was Emend Bushee a brother in Law of the Bride. A reception for 85 guests was held immediately following the ceremony in the North Bennington fire House. Miss Dianne Peterson a Friend of the Bride circulated the guest Book and miss shereen Croft also a Friend of the Bride served at the punch bowl. Mrs. Lois Weaver assisted in cutting tile wedding cake. Mrs. Rose Hulett catered for the reception and also designed the Floral arrangements for the wedding party. The brides Mother wore a gown of Dusty Rose lace Over taffeta with White accessories and a Corsage of White carnations. Mrs. Lester Bronk jr., sister in Law of the bridegroom wore a dress of Green and White Jersey with White accessories and a Corsage of White carnations. For a wedding trip through the Adirondacks and Northern new York state the Bride wore a Turquoise and beige Linen Sheath dress with a beige Linen coat and Turquoise and beige accessories. Her Corsage was a White Orchid with painted lip. Mrs. Bronk is a 1963 graduate of Bennington High school. The bridegroom is a 1957 graduate of Yorkville High school and spent four years in the . Air Force. He is now employed at the f. Waterbury co. In Oriskany the couple will reside at 2104 Louis St. In Utica Out of town guests attended from Connecticut Massachusetts South Carolina new York and a number of towns in Vermont. Dorset a miss Susan Martha Barrows daughter of or. And mrs. William Gilbert Barrows or. Of Dorset formerly of the Albany Academy and Harry Alan Wood son of or. And mrs. Frank Clifton Wood of South Dorset were married at 4 . Saturday in the United Church of Dorset. The Bride was escorted and Given in marriage by her father. The Rev. Robert Dana pastor performed the ceremony. Theodore Cook organist provided the wedding music. The brides gown was of imported italian silk Linen in Chapel train with lace embroidery. The fitted bodice had a scoop neckline and Elbow length sleeves and was embroidered with Point de Venise lace. She wore an antique Gold necklace worn by four generations of brides in her mothers family. The Ballet skirt was in floor length. Her tiered veil of English silk illusion fell from a Small Crown of pearls and her Cascade bouquet was of water lilies baby s breath and Ivy. Miss Sally Barrows of Dorset was her Sisters maid of Honor. Other attendants were miss Holly Whitehead of Ridgewood . Miss Ann Shroder of Dorset and miss Elisabeth Luykx of Chevy Chase my. Flower girl was miss Belinda Barrows the brides sister. The maid of Honor wore a Watermelon Pink Linen gown with fitted bodice and full length belled skirt. Her Small Crown of Linen with organza veiling matched. Pink marguerites and Ivy comprised her Cascade bouquet. The other attendants were attired in Pale Pink Linen in similar design to that of the maid of Honor. Their Small crowns were of Pink Linen with organza veiling. They carried dark Pink marguerites and Ivy in cascades. The Flower girls gown was identical to that worn by the maid of Honor and also in Watermelon Pink Linen. She carried Pink marguerites and Ivy. Kenneth Wood of South Dorset was his brother a Best Man. Ushering the guests were William English of Beverly farms mass. Francis Shepard of Boston mass., and Frederick Simmons of Amherst nil Uncle of the Bride. A reception followed at a the forge Quot Home of the brides family. The Bride travelled in a Pink Wool suit with White accessories. They will be at Home in Lafayette ind., after aug. 29. The Bride is a graduate of Albany Academy for girls and Green Mountain College. She is a granddaughter of or. And mrs. F. M. Simmons of North Bennington and or. And mrs. A g. Barrows of Dorset. A graduate of Burr and Burton Seminary in Manchester and of Middlebury College the bridegroom is a graduate student at Purdue University Lafayette ind. W Oman s la or i it All makes me Blush by Jean Kassick in be finally decided Why Rouge has More or less gone out of fashion. Or at least Rouge used so it is identifiable As such. Nowadays it is Subtle blended natural a but that a another Story artificially reddened Cheeks have gone the Way of High Button shoes and Nickel cups of Coffee because modern womanhood meets up with so Many embarrassing situations that her face is in a constant state of natural flush. n Caroll Matosin Helen Carole Matosin toll etl in december Arlington a or. And mrs. Roy j. Matosin of Maple Hill have announced the engagement of their daughter Helen Carole to Michael j. Hanley son of or. And mrs. J. Hanley of East Orange . Miss Matosin taught at St. Francis de sales Academy in Bennington before joining the . Penney co. In new York City As a fashion coordinator. She was Queen of the Bennington Bicentennial Celebration in 1961. Or. Hanley is a former Marine and a graduate of Rutgers University. A december wedding is planned in St. Patrick a Cathedral in new York City. I remember full Well one Day when the Welcome Wagon lady came. She sat on the Couch and i in a chair facing her. To my Chagrin sharing the sofa with her was an empty Beer can. To compound the tragedy i dismissed it with a wave of my and a a ooh the kids must have left it it was Only after she had departed that i realized i might have planted some funny ideas in her mind As to what beverage was preferred by the Wassick children. To set the record straight four Beer cans two abreast Are just the right size to be tied onto a Flat bed truck. They Are then hauled to the Sand Box to be a planted Quot As sewer pipes under the boys network of roads. Innocent enough but it was a Long time before i could look a Welcome Wagon representative in the Eye. Recently i havoc Casinto do some shopping out of town. While looking for a particular hard to find item i ended up in a rather Nice department store. One of those quiet carpeted indirectly lighted places where i done to usually drag my three offspring. All of a sudden in a voice fit for memorial Park one of the kids said a i done to like this place. Lets go named a Well known discount House. That Wasny to Rouge on my face that Day either. But the incident that really makes me shudder happened two weeks ago. The refrigerator went on the blink. I opened it one morning to find everything defrosted. An sos went out to the repairman who also happens to be a Friend of ours. So that afternoon the refrigerator was out in the Middle of the Kitchen floor. The Back of it was off and a piece was off the Bottom of the front and that is immaterial. Because All i could see was where it had been. I did no to know whether to laugh cry or walk out the door. And my face would have made Rudolph a nose look As if his Battery lad burned out. I kid you not i am a Slob. There were tinker toys marbles papers pencils crayons uncooked Macaroni screws Bubble gum m amp is and unidentifiable masses which turned out to be dirt. That was Tad enough but the Story does no tend there. Our dear Friend or is it sex Friend who was crawling around in this mess find a Blooming thing wrong with the refrigerator. He finally determined that it had shut itself off when the motor got too hot. And the motor had gotten too hot because the air circulate freely around it. And the air circulate because of the accumulation of dust and dirt. Perry Mason help defend me never mind. You re too expensive. Ill take the stand on my own behalf and proceed with Ligah to do the Job myself. What woman in her right mind is going to move the refrigerator to clean under and behind it even if she could which i can to because in a about As muscular As a wet Noodle. If you want the truth i can to move the stove and the washing machine either. R uth a ondrus mrs la \ Rry Alan Wood Florida Ari is Bride of we i at on airman Homestead Fla. A miss Alice Lillian Marino daughter of or. And mrs. Frank j. Marino of 556 . 7th St., Florida City became the Bride at 4 . Last saturday of airman i. C. Robert h. Boyd Usan Homestead fab son of or. And mrs. Richard w. Boyd of Castle Hill Road Wilmington it. The wedding took place in the Homestead first methodist Church with the Rev. Joseph Smith of Redland methodist Church performing the double ring ceremony. Charles Helgar was organist and soloist. Standards of White Gladioli adorned the altar and standards of Pink and White Gladioli and Palms surrounded. Escorted and Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore an Klencon lace and Peau de some gown with Chapel train. The fitted bodice had a scoop neckline and Long tapering sleeves. Lace appliques enhanced the gown from neckline to hem. The skirt was voluminous. Her Coronet was formed of seed Pearl petals holding place a Multi tiered silk illusion veil. She carried a White Orchid and lilies of the Valley with Ivy streamers on a White Bible adorned by her paternal grandmothers wedding ring. Maid of Honor we As miss Peggy Dyess who wore a Nile Green gown with Over skirt in formal length designed with scoop neckline three Quarter sleeves and Bow streamers in the Back. The other attendants mrs. William Rasulo and mrs. William Kennedy chose powder Blue and Light Pink gowns in cocktail length with Over skirts in similar design to that of the maid of Honor. They had headpieces to match and had nosegay of Pink and White roses with Ivy streamers. Best Man was Junior Lee Canton. James Duggan and Jack Wooten were Ushers. For her daughters wedding the brides Mother wore a Pink silk organza dress with Pink people who Ever looked at her icebox were the in Emend and they neither fixed it nor moved it. You did no to think id Tell Liat Story on myself now did you it All goes to show How Tough up women columnists get some weeks lace Over skirt with harmonizing accessories. The Mother of the. Bridegroom chose a Rose lace dress Sheath. Their corsages were Pink and White baby Rose buds. I a reception followed at the Florida City Community Center with a Buffet luncheon. Musie for dancing was furnished bn.? an orchestra. The couple left on a wedding trip through the Smokey mourn. Gains. The Bride travelled in a three piece Linen suit with Pink a accessories and Corsage of pint orchids. They will reside at 15314t Harding Lane Leisure City Here. The Bride is a graduate of South Dade High school in Homestead and Charron Williams College in Miami. She is an ism operator for the University of Miami. A graduate of Wilmington High school the bridegroom entered the air Force in 1960 and is attached to the 319th fighter interceptor Sydn. At Homestead fab. Among those attending the wedding from out of town were or. And mrs. Richard Boyd of Wil \ Mington vt., parents of the Bride Groom and or. And Fairbanks of Clinton mass., Uncle and aunt of the Bride. Hand melons Are Ripe look for the red hand t trademark route 29 near Greenwich a Diamond from. Jewellers amp Silversmith 409 mom St Bennington it. Grandma needed Rouge because there weren to any w Al come wagons and there was Only one general store and the Only save 20% in All departments on All items 434 main St. Bennington it. Dial 7-7133

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