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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 4-h news notes Bennington Banner monday december 20, 1985-3 mrs. Charles Lee Marsh or. Miss Barbara Jane Aaron is wed to . Marsh or. Arlington a miss Barbara Jane Aaron daughter of or. And mrs. Foster e. Aaron of red Mountain Road Arlington became the Bride of it. . Charles Lee Marsh or. U.s.n., son of or. And mrs. C. Lee Marsh of Arlington saturday evening in the Kingston congregational Church Kingston . The Rev. William Miller officiated at the candlelight ceremony. A reception was held at the Larchwood inn in Wakefield. Or. Aaron gave his daughter in marriage. She was attired in a floor length gown of bonded lace with a panel of Irish Linen attached to the Waist. She wore a Headpiece with a Matching Linen dior Bow and imported English illusion veiling and carried a Cascade bouquet of Christmas Holly Holly berries and Stepha Notis. Miss Helen Elizabeth Aaron was main of Honor for her sister. She was attired in a floor length Emerald Green brocade gown with Matching Headpiece and carried a Cascade bouquet of White and red carnations with Christmas Holly Holly berries and Stepha Notis. In a Matching gown was the bridesmaid miss Nancy Lee Aaron who carried a Cascade bouquet of White and red carnations with Christmas Holly and Holly berries. John Lane of Knoxville tenn., was Best Man. Ushers were the bridegrooms Brothers Peter Marsh and Donald Marsh. The Bride was graduated from Arlington memorial High school and will Complete her studies at the University of Rhode Island in Kingston in january. Lieutenant Marsh is an alumnus of married Foster Williams Londonderry a miss Betsey u. Williams daughter of or. And mrs. Maynard h. Williams of Londonderry was married Friday evening to Ernest j. Foster son of or. And mrs. Hugh j. Foster of Weston. The Rev. Richard s. Pryce pastor of the second congregational Church Londonderry performed the candlelight service. Mrs. Linda a. Wilkins of Londonderry sister of the Bride was Matron of Honor. Edward j. Foster of Springfield was Best Man. The Bride attended elementary school Here and graduated from Springfield High school in 1961. The bridegroom attended elementary school in Weston and graduated from Chester High school in 1960. The couple will live Here on Piper Hill. They will be at Home to visit friends after Christmas. Mitchell Young Mabel Young of Bennington and William Mitchell of Berwick Maine were married nov. 27 by the Rev. Frederick b. Wolf in St. Peter s episcopal Church. After a trip through the Western states stopping to visit relatives in Texas Arizona and Nebraska they Are now residing on pageant Street. Counterfeits new York up a state atty. Gen. Louis j. Lefkowtz opens a hearing thursday into the a bogus reproduction of recordings ranging from the beatles to Beethoven a a Racket which Lefkowtz said was increasing at an alarming rate. Lefkowitz said monday his investigators a have disclosed that Sammy Davis jr., the Maguire Sisters Louis Armstrong Brook Benton and Pearl Bailey were among those whose works were Judith a. Brown brow Nho Daman Wilmington a or. And mrs. Leonard h. Brown of Ballon Hui Road Wilmington have announced the engagement of their daughter miss Judith a. Brown to Leonard n. Hodgman son of or. And mrs. Richard Hodgman of Greenfield n.h., formerly of Reading mass. Miss Brown is a graduate of Emma Woulard school and is attending Middlebury College. Hodgman is an alumnus of Holderness school and jul graduate from Middlebury College in june. He is a member of the Chi Psi fraternity. Miss Brown is the granddaughter of mrs. Martin a. Brown of Wilmington and the late Martin a. Brown formerly of Wymington and Boston mass. And of s. Leroy Zeluff and the late mrs. Zeluff of Bridgeport Conn. Hodgman is the grandson of the late or. And mrs. Leonard j. Nodding formerly of Reading mass., and of mrs. Alvah b. Hodgman and the late or. Hodgman of Gardner mass. No wedding Date has been set. Atwood Barber fair Haven a or. And mrs. Charles Edward Grace of fair Haven have announced the betrothal of their daughter Judith Atwood to . Harold Edward Barber son of or. And mrs. Harry r. Barber or. Of Manchester Center. Miss Atwood attended Lasell Junior College in Auburndale mass., and was graduated in june from Green Mountain Junior College in Poultney. Cpl. Barber has been stationed at Camp Lejeune years and has recently received orders to report to the Marine airing in Viet Nam. A late december wedding is planned. Santa reverses usual giving Springfield Ohio up a a sly Santa Claus who gave Hudren his Christmas list instead of listening to theirs jul get out of Jau Christmas eve. Police said Robert Fraley 41, of Paintsville ky., was acting As a Santa for Charity in Dayton Ohio but left Stul in uniform to plead his own cause on the streets of Springfield. A give old Santa a dime so he can have a Good Christmas Quot Fraley allegedly asked youngsters. National 4-h foundation has Busy year Arlington memorial High school and Dartmouth College and is presently stationed aboard Stockell in Newport . Engaged by James m. Edgerton 4rh club agent the National 4-h foundation made Many contributions to 4-h in 1965. This privately sponsored organization was Active in the area of citizenship education leadership development National 4-h Center operation 4-h International programs and in the Field of information to the state land Grant Coue Ges and their 4-h programs. Almost 4,000 4-h members and leaders from 30 states eight round in the 4-h citizenship Short course. Vermont sent 35 delegates and 4 adults to this conference last August. Special citizenship training programs were conducted for the Kentucky older youth con Ference. This proved so successful that an older youth conference is being offered on an invitational basis in february of 1966. Bennington county already has one person interested in attending this session. There Are local 4-h programs in 19 states which Are continuing to Benefit from the citizenship education laboratories developed at the National 4-h club Center. In addition citizenship and action Grants were provided by the National 4-h foundation and initiated in eight states. In the area of leadership development 20 states participated in the 4-h leaders forum. A total of 950 local leaders received leadership training. Four from Bennington county attended in 1965. They were or. And mrs. Richard Hagelberg of Arlington mrs. Kenneth Cornell and mrs. William Center both of Shaftsbury. Miss Dorothy Emerson Plant forum conversationalist and consultant in Public speaking spoke to groups in 19 states. Her consultant services were provided for state regional and National 4-h conferences workshops and other programs. In addition 50 scholarships were granted the Extension personnel for the 14th National work Yule program tonight at Cora b. School the annual Christmas pro Gram at the Cora b. Whitney school will be held at the regular Parent teacher group meeting tonight at 7. All children in grades one and two will participate in the following pro Gram the Cradle hymn Grade i recitation a a Christmas Bells Quot Grade ii a Earth rejoice a child of a to come Allye faithful a Grade ii a we three Kings a the Christmas Start a silent night recitation a a my goodness my goodness a Grade ii. A the toy Man s shop a the elves Christmas even a up on the Housetop a Jingle Bells recitation a a a bundles a Christmas chopsticks a we wish you a merry mail Early or be late with Christmas Washington up a a last minute Avalanche of Christmas mall is threatening to clog the . Postal system. Postmaster general Lawrence f. O Brien said thursday he fears such a Jam because an unusually Low number of Christmas cards and packages has been mailed so far. He said if remaining mall is not posted Early some of it might not be delivered until after the Holiday. Essay contest winners Are announced winners in the essay contest held during the Vermont Forest festival were announced to Day and prizes presented to the three adjudged Best. David Barton Bennington county forester visited three Bennington schools to make the awards. The first prize of $10 was awarded to Susan Pello eighth Grade student at Bennington High school. Second went to Peter Fairley eighth Grade St. Francis de sales Academy who received $5. Third Winner was Gayle Racket also an eighth grader sacred heart school who was Given $2. A total of 85 pupils from the seventh and eighth grades in the Public and parochial schools entered the Competition with essays on a what Vermont forests mean to Thomas w. Hall or. Of Shaftsbury was the county chairman for the Bennington Forest festival. Judges in the essay contest were sister Carl Joseph Bennington Catholic High school mrs. Mary Louise plumb Bennington High school librarian and county forester Barton shop in human development and human relations training. This was held at the University of Colorado. The National 4-h Center is the physical Plant at the National 4-h foundation. One Hundred and fifty conferences and events were conducted at the 4-h Center with a total of 16,000 persons participating. One of the chief functions of the foundations is its promotion of 4-h International programs. The first world i Fye alumni conference in Switzerland was attended by 300 from 32 countries and attracted com ments from president Johnson and other world leaders. The International farm youth Exchange was conducted in 32 countries with 104 . Delegates and 108 exchanges programmed in 38 states. The 4-h peace corps projects in Uruguay was successfully completed. The projects in Brazil and Malaysia continued. There was a total of 120 peace corps volunteers in the peace corps program. A new program was initiated in 1965. 4-h member Exchange started for older 4-h members. Twenty one members from 12 states lived with families in european countries. The National 4-h foundation is a privately sponsored organization dedicated to preparing boys and girls for the future. The donors can take great Pride that their funds Are used in a variety of worthwhile programs. Open tonight tuesday wednesday and thursday until 9 . Your merry Christmas store convenient Union St. Customer parking and Entrance a Lovely gift. Crown jewel lingerie a favorite this Beautiful slip in the Crown jewel group. The Satin knit skirt is topped with a lined bodice every Inch Nylon lace. More Beauty in the generous helping of lace at slashed Hemline. A. Briefs framed in lace with Rose design. $2.50 b. 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