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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 31, 1965, Bennington, Vermont An or Lek airs Sill Lllan Mouw Grzenda miss Jane Elean is wed to Stephe id Zendo a miss Stephen married h Here Bride is k5 mrs. East Arlington Jane Eleanor Albee and Anthony Green rat were in the Federated Chur saturday at 3 . The a daughter of or. A George a. Albee of last Arlington. The Bride Root a parents or. And or George ii. Green a who Are deceased lived in North Attleboro mass. The Rev. Granville Greenwold pastor performed the ceremony on an alter bedecked with White Gladioli Stock and Pink snapdragons. G. Rouin Bartlett was organist and played the traditional wedding music. Soloist was miss Connie Hopkins who Sang a the lords prayer and Quot Ich Liebe Dick by Grieg. A reception followed at the Home of the brides parents. Garden Flowers decorated the Home. Escorted and Given in marriage by her fatter the Bride wore a full length gown of Ivory antique Satin with appliqued r Quot embroidered Venise lace. The Empire bodice had a Sabrina neckline and Elbow length sleeves. The skirt was in a line and the Deta liable Hapel train fell from an Empire land in Lack of Matching lace appliques. Her three tiered illusion veil was attache i to an antique Satin Pillbox which was also appliqued with Venise lace to match the gown. She wore her grandmothers antique Ilai Nond Lavalier. The brides bouquet was if Pink and White rosebuds with Ivy which she carried on a White attn the a Tam eat which the brides Mother had carried at her wedding. Miss Maribel Albee of last Arlington sister of the Bride was maid of Honor. Other attendants were miss Joan or zen or i ifs for Lite Young Back tit school Croud. Iok it mgt plan Cpl Washington terror Secretary Udall proposed re tons to Tau billboard ing along thousands of highways which pass land owned by the land management. The a1 would affect acres mostly in a last wart l. Entry Regula Vertis Niles of through Bureau of propos millions of far Western 11 a i v ? i is q i a j Iii i 44 a us Ruiu states. They Are lined at preserving Scenic Beauty. Size 412 size 14-lh . R vol it double triple a a no by i e Stampe every wednesday at grand Union Empire no minimum Purchase necessary Ati Dux of Catt Hollywood Complete with Dei headboard 59 Bennington Banner tuesday August is a Arlo t mrs. Willi no 4 14anh Mari in miss Mary Lynne Ever is wed to . Martin Cia sister of the bridegroom of North Attleboro mass., and miss Robin Ann solders of Baltimore md., a Cousin of Hie Bride. All were attired in Pale Pink open Threa i Dimity topped by Floral headpieces in Wreath design. The bodices had scoop necklines with Short sleeves and the Bel shaped skirts in full length i Tad Moss Green velvet ribbons at the Waist. The maid of Honor Arrie a colonial nosegay of deep and Pale Pink rosebuds. The bridesmaids Flowers were also colonial nosegay of Pink Blue and White. Thomas Fennessey of Medford mass., was Best Man. Curtis Albee the brides brother of East Arlington and Paul flip Kowsil of Whately Mas s., were Ushers. The brides Mother chose a Pale Pink raw a ilk Sheath with Matching jacket. The bridegrooms aunt mrs. Clinton Johnson of Warwick ii wore a beige dress with Matching jacket. The couple will reside in West Concord mass., following a wedding trip of undisclosed destination. The Bride travelled Ina Lark Green Linen suit with White accessories and White mum Corsage. \ june 1965, graduate of Jackson College tuft the Lirida will teach in Junior Bagh school in Lexington mass. She was graduated from Arlington High school in 1961. The bridegroom a 1964 graduate of Tufts College is a student it Tufts University school of mad Icline. Gult gets re included from Baltimore my. Boston North Attleboro a Providence . New York City Utica . Washington . Hoosick Falls . A the wedding of miss Mary Lynne Kyer it of White Creek anal William Frank Martin of Akron Ohio was solemnized in the fir at United Church i Hoosick Falls saturday at i . The Bride parents Are or. And mrs. Edward Kyei or. The bridegroom is a son of i. Mid mis. Alfred Martin of Housatonic mass. The Rev. Wesley Miles pastor performed the ceremony. Church organist Ralph Lindsey accompanied the soloist Raymond Calhoun who Sam "0 perfect love and Quot whither thou Coe .�?� Gladioli carnations ibid chrysanthemums decorated tile Church. The Bride was escorted mid Given in marriage by her father. The tirade wore a Chantilly lace gown fashioned w Ith Sabring neckline mid trimmed with sequins pearls. The bouffant skirt tiers and ended in a Chapel and had harried but 434 main Strait Bennington dial 7-7133 Bradbury of. Aud mrs. Anthony John Lomas i Onisi Iii rat Somerville mass. Miss Elisabeth Ann Burke daughter of or. And mrs. Robert e. Burke of Medford mass., id Anthony John to Mas i son of or. And mrs. Rands c. Tomasi of 649 a tilt ., Bennington Ere married in . Clements Church Here aug. 7. The ceremony Aud nuptial mass were celebrated by the Rev. Leonard Burke. A reception for too guests followed at the elks Hall in Malden. Miss Kathleen Burke a sister of the Bride was maid of Honor. Miss Elisabeth Pennington of Somerville and miss Kathleen Shoults of san Pedro calif., were the other attendants. Timothy Tomasi of Bennington was Best Man for his brother. Two other Brothers Thomas Aud Louis Tomasi both of Bennington ushered the guests. The Bride is a graduate of . Clement High school and Lawrence memorial Hospital school of nursing. A graduate of Bennington High school the bridegroom attended the i in Versley of notre Dame for two years and was recently released from the . Army where he was on Active duty for three years. The couple left on a wedding trip to new York City and Canada. They will reside in Bennington. Iii tin dumps get afe Spain up a Luis Quot the conceited Rios Spain a first parachuting Torero planned to jump into the bullring shed his Chute harness and get Down to Earnest bullfighting. On his first jump sunday he missed his Mark by a Miles and landed in the City dump. Joint huns carried of Whitingham for Seal in District 32 Whitingham j olm t. Carrier it Whitingham Lias announced he will be a candidate for democratic nomination for representative from the seven town District 32 in the primary election oct. 19. Carrier has represented Whitingham Foi three terms in the legislature serving As ranking member of inc conservation Aud development committee. In carriers opinion this committee is a vital to the welfare of Vermont in treat it considers legislation relating to water resources forests Aud larks Public utilities Aud Vermont development. Quot actually conservation will tie a tag Issue in the next Sessum �4f the legislature a said Canter. Quot i feel Liat people of background Aud experience in this Field should be elected to posts of responsibility for the Good of the Active in behalf of 36 Bills lout my to conservation of which the majority were passed by the legislature Carrier was either sponsor or co sponsor of seven Bills. One which he cosponsored and which he regards As of great in to Aln. Her Elbow length veil of silk illusion was caught to a Crown of seed pearls and rhinestones. Her Cascade a Junquet a of White Gladioli and carnations with Ivy. A sister of tile bridegroom miss Alice Max tin of Housatonic was maid of Honor. The other attendants were miss Diane Redden and mrs. Thomas Moses both of Hoosick fails and miss Joyce Downing of Troy All had floor length sleeveless gowns of embroidered Tanieta in Garden colors. Tile hied gowns had Semi noun ant skits id Tiblin Back panels. Their headpieces liar to euzed and they car Rind colonial bouquets. The maid of iou or wore Blue miss red Eti Pink mis. Moses Green and Vilas Downing yellow. Best Man was Thomas bar Tau of York a the guests were ushered by Edward Kyer jr., brother a the Bride Peter Martin of Housatonic a Otlien of he bridegroom and Edward Johnston i. Of West Stockbridge moss., the bridegroom Cousin. A reception a Etc at the old Byars House in North Hoosick when e Ico guests were served a smorgasbord luncheon. Ciai Sou Eaton Rand provided music. The brides Mother received Ina Sheath dress of Wiite lace Over beige Nylon wits two trailing. A a panels of Liege Nylon and flite and beige accessories irs. Tax tin or. Ole tiered neat i embroidered Turquoise Chilton with White mid Turquoise accessories. The couple Eft it a editing trip to Sec the t. Lawrence. A Way Niagara All and tier places in thai Tea. The ride travelling ensemble it consisted i a fitted Sheath of be Ai on in teen imported ii mid a line oat with Princess Collar. Their residence will lie at 1469 Alphaba ave., Akron Jud. The Bride is 1965 a Date of Cambridge Central school. Sire is an accomplished Lancer mid Las dancing Iii the Tea. A 1964 i x Adwate. The i no varsity of Massachusetts tile rid Groom is employed Usa tire design Engineer Fox Goodyear fire it i rubber co in Kiou out of town Cuesta were included from Ahi on min York la., new Yolk City us from Points in vex Moat Massachusetts my i Connecticut and the entire local area. Visitors Aal 2wchildren William Wyckoff their a spending Home of grandpa mrs. J. Pleasant turd a Piggy sponsored tank Herb Mich and Jennifer 4, a or. And mrs. H. May hew of n.j., who with in the Lave been t vacation Tine their paternal in the or. And Henry May hew a Street Are Pic they practice Tor Bank Penny party Gay a columnar hah vim j words Hor no Ijo vital Burlington up a the 16-, ear old pm of Public of Hue. ? columnist Samuel a ase leased monday from Mary f fetch a to up Tai when e aset ii undergone treatment Ince fainting Ala summer amp in argue ., aug. In. Lubell wrote a Olumn in which he commended the hos pita for Laving the very nest in Hospital taxi uses my a silent nurses and physicians while Leumi ipg in Quot old fashioned you re fait of the family duality of nursing axe. Kubeil ail in ids column that an it doors in in try hospitals Quot build a ail a tween them axed their i patients a Ause there Are >0 Baxly or asked i Ubell Quot Dona this fact that there Are o any cd them mean hat Nedical efficiency must e Allous id epee soil Ali Zed or is it that we have just Ives in trying to i a serve in personal touch. Aid the columnist Quot Mary Fletcher is free of Many big City Vil Viary Jane becomes irm v w t Iai Tihon miss Mary Jane Percey daughter of or. And mrs. Parry Walter Percey of 306 North Benning ton Road became Hie Bride aug. 26 at 2 . Of William Lawrence Madison of William g. Madison of Chapel Una and mrs. Elizabeth Madison of North Bennington. Performing tile ceremony in the first Baptist Church was the Rev. John c. Hatch. The Bride was escorted and Given in by her father. Mrs. I aul j. Williams Church organist played the wedding music. The altar a decorated with Garden Flowers. The Bride gown was in White Nylon taffeta designed with sweetheart neckline fitted bodice in Short sleeves and with tiered skirt with lace insert and a flowing train. She wore lace mitts. Her fingertip veil of illusion fell from a Pearl studded Cap. She carried a purple Orchid on a White Bible. The maid of Honor miss Beverly Taylor wore a full length Blue gown with fitted Satin bodice and tiered Chiffon skirt embroidered with seed pearls. Her Headpiece matched and her Cascade bouquet was of Light Blue pompous. The bridesmaids miss Deborah Percey sister of the Bride and miss Francine Betit were attired in Matching floor length Sheath gowns of White representatives in the newly apportioned House. Only one other Democrat has announced As a candidate for District 32, Leo Emery of Wilmington who was that towns representative in the 1963 session. Republicans who Are candidates Are mrs. Doris Rice of Searsburg James w. Lounsbury of Pownal of Readsboro and Ira d. Whitney of Stamford. Each represented his or tier town in the 1965 session. Chicago up a two men painting a water tank in suburban Stickney got intoxicated on the Job recently. It was a Case of too much lacquer not liquor. Angola Karra 38, and George Kariotis 44, were working inside the 200-foot High Towel when a co worker peeked in and found them Quot acting both were taken to a Hospital and Given oxygen. Kariotis was admitted in Good condition. Quot he was quite wild a a Hospital spokesman said. Quot it was intoxication not alcohol but from in fact you might say he was All lacquered up. Tkr<wwwssryss5ssssssss5w55sffi5ssf, Vav Fohn i Bakhit k penance to the minimum flow Bill passed this last session. According to this Bill said Carrier water cannot be completely shut off on any Stream. A minimum flow Standard must be maintained which is of Benefit in preventing or lowering pollution. While serving on the committee Carrier was instrumental la the acquisition of water rights to Lake Sadanga by the state in Access to the Lake making it Avail Abic to the Public a a recreation area a % Given i boost to the tour est Industry in this Section. Born Iii Readsboro Carrier came to Whitingham in 19f>2from Heartwellville. He has always lived in the Region of Windham and Bennington counties and says he is therefore familiar with Rittir problems in Xper-ate.his own business ii Timber and real estate. While i resident of Eads buro he Elveu As selectman and Deputy sheriff. Be is now t Lister in Whitingham i Joist he Las held 12 years. Active Iii the Lions club for Many Veals lie i most president of the local Branch. A District 32 deluded hit Ling Ham Readsboro Stamford Pownal Wilmington Dover my Max sour. The strict Lias to Back to school you la find just the right timepiece from Noveck Shultz inc Balche Mart it $ 16 seventeen Jeweh fully guaranteed lock from $,35 \ is it on. Soon. W in leather dept. Have the latest by a or downtown it by a Mai a Ion Niton Vermont j j52s�2525?5s2szs2sm? Mak e us your in Ead q u of Bick in Schnoir a j in a a c it _ r to t a pm a a lace Over Nylon miss Porchey earing iut and miss Betit \ sex Low. Their headpieces atoned and they had Matching bouquets of pompous. Be get Nan As Jesse. Lins of i Cag Island . I tet a Ercey and Harry j. I Ercey Brothers of tile Bride ushered the guests. The brides Mother wore an eggshell Linen dress with Black accessories and Corsage cd yellow pompous. The bridegrooms a other was attired in a Tan Linen dress with White Access a it and had a White pompous or Sage. A reception for More than too guests a held at Tim old Bennington schoolhouse after which the couple left for a v edding i in j to Lake Champlain Aud into Van j Ada. For going away the Bride j chose a Dacron lowered j dress with Black accessories. Upon return they will reside w Ith j the Bride family. A june 1965, graduate of North Bennington High school the Bride plans to enter North a dams state College and is working part time at the new englander motor inn. The bridegroom attended Molly Stark school and is employed at Northeast Wood products in Pownal. Included from out of town were guests from Points in new Jersey Long Island White Creek and other Points in new York Boston mass. Arlington and from the Vicinity. A j pm own Diers compasses in Retif actins Hook folders look lags clip boards lamps erasers Sud idles widens of amp office j Guip vent co. 431 main . Din it 6i26

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