Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Dec 30 1963, Page 3

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 30, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Married Sherwood Baker Hoosick Falls . A miss Ann Marie Baker became the Bride of Jon Sherwood of Bennington dec. 7 in the Church of the immaculate Conception. The Rev. Kenneth j. Kennedy Osa officiated. Robert Blinstrub of Mechanic Street Extension gave his Niece in marriage and organist was mrs. Raleigh Tatro. The Bride was dressed in a beige and White Wool suit worn with beige accessories and an Orchid. Mrs. Charlotte Aleksonis of North Hoosick Road was the map tron of Honor. Best Man was Edward Maroney of Bennington. A reception took place later for 75 in St. Stanislaws Hall. Mrs. Sophie Blinstrub the Bride s grandmother received in a Navy Blue lace dress with Black accessories. The bridegrooms Mother was dressed in red. The couple will live at 213 Union St., Bennington. Or. Shorewood son of or. And mrs. George Pratt is a graduate of Benning ton High school and is employed at Walker s Market Bennington. Mrs. Sherwood daughter of or. And mrs. Elmer Baker of North Adams mass., attended Hoosick Falls Central school. Out of town guests at the wedding were from North Adams Bennington Leominster mass., and Waterbury Conn. Engaged engaged Lloyd Carole a. Cummings Cummings Shortt or. And mrs. Gerald Cummings of Woodford Road have announced the engagement of their daughter Carole Ann to Duane Edward Shortt son of or. And mrs. Clark Rice of Houghton Lane. No Date has been set for the wedding. Engagements Harrington begin North Hoosick . A or. And mrs. William Harrington of North Hoosick announce the engagement of their daughter Dawn Marie to Kenneth a. Begin son of or. And mrs. Raoul begin of Hoosick Falls. Miss Harrington a 1963 graduate of Hoosick Falls Central school now is attending the St. Joseph College in Bennington where she is studying to become a medical Secretary. Or. Begin took an eight week course in welding and electrodes in California and is now using that training in the Navy. He is at present stationed in Portsmouth a. No Date has been set for the wedding. Hahn Weyers Williamstown mass. A or. And mrs. Harold j. Hahn of Hoxsey Street Williamstown have announced the engagement of their daughter miss Jean Dorothy Hahn to John David Weyers of Simonds Road Williamstown. The wedding is planned for next june 27. Miss Hahn and or. Weyers Are both members of the senior class at St. Josephus College in Bennington. She graduated from St. Josephus High school in North Adams and he graduated from it. Greylock regional High school in 1962. It. Farm labor Council looks Back Over 25 years Plainfield a the 25th annual Winter conference of the Vermont labor and farm Council will be held on the Goddard College Campus Jan. To and la. The theme will be a significant developments in Vermont since 1939, As seen in Goddard a 25th anniversary chairman will be Goddard president Royce s. Pitkin. This is the conference schedule Friday morning registration 9 30 10 30 panel discussion of Impact of the labor and farm Council 10 45 -12 15 afternoon session a effects of population changes on Vermont living a Frederick j. Maher jr., department of sociology University of Vermont a problems posed to education by changes in Vermont life a or. A. John Holden jr., commissioner of education and Small group discussions on population and education. Friday evening open discussion and at 8 30 . A Promise for the future based on the history of the past Twenty five years a Paul Guare coordinator of the governors study commission. Saturday morning a effects of tourism a Don Rowen executive Secretary greater Vermont association and a effects of taxation a Jim mereness executive Secretary associated industries of Vermont. A speaker on employment will be announced. The labor and farm conference will wind up with a business meeting of the Vermont labor and farm Council at 2 30 . American legion notes by Joseph Lee Public relations officer on Jan. 6 there will be a joint meeting of the executive boards of Bennington Post 13 and its auxiliary at 8 . In the legion rooms on the White Chapel Road to Complete plans for a giant birthday party to be held Jan. La in the legion rooms starting to 7 . Members who wish to attend Are asked to Contact Joseph Lee at 442-9129 before this Date. Department officials have mailed their intentions of attending. Recently county and Post commander Kenneth Baker and Post adjutant Milton Pinsker received letters from National commander Foley confirming their appointment to the National distinguished guests committee for the american legion by the National executive committee. Their terms of office will run until the closing of the 1964 fall meeting of the National executive committee. This is the first time in several years that anyone from this Post has had a Chance to serve on a National committee. During the year the local auxiliary unit has had several members on the National boards holding various offices. A Holiday message from the department commander a dear Comrade legionnaires a was the holidays and holidays approach it behoves All of us to take a few minutes out of out Busy lives to give thanks for the Many and varied blessings we All enjoy in this great United states of ours. One of our outstanding blessings is the right that we have earned by offering our lives in service of our country to belong to the largest of All veterans organizations the american legion. A five months have come and gone on our legion calender and we Are sorry to report that our membership in Vermont is far behind what it was a year ago at this time. Membership growth depends to a Large extent upon the recruitment of new members. Most posts need from 5 to 15 per cent new members signed up for 1964 just to stay even with last years total. So let each one of us make a new years Resolution to sign up As Many new members for the legion As time and Energy will permit us to. A at this time i have completed 41 of my official visitations to the posts and Hope to visit the remaining 33 in the near future. A was a few of us already know but most of you done tour annual mid Winter conference will be held in Ensberg Falls Vermont on Friday and saturday feb. 14 and 15. On Friday feb. 14 our National commander Daniel Foley will be making his official visitation to Vermont at our mid Winter conference. Our department convention will be held in Rutland on july 24, 25 and 26. A i wish for each of you and your families a joyous Holiday season. Yours in comradeship Albert b. Grazini department commander. A of col. William h. of the department of Public safety has asked that we announce there Are at least eight vacancies within the Vermont state police Force. There is also a possibility that the size of the Force will increase in the near future thereby creating More vacancies. Anyone Between the Ages of 21 and 35 interested in further information May write the department of Vermont american legion in Montpelier or the training and Public information division department of Public safety Montpelier. Signor Nadeau Whallonsburg . A or. And mrs. Philip Signor of Whallonsburg ., have announced the engagement of their daughter Mary Ellen to Edward j. Nadeau son of or. And mrs. Joseph Nadeau of North Bennington. The Bride to be is a graduate of the Westport Central school Westport ., class of 1960, and was graduated from the Mary Fletcher Hospital school of nursing in Burlington in 1963. She is employed As a staff nurse there. Or. Nadeau is a 1959 graduate of North Bennington High school and a 1963 graduate of the University of Vermont where he is a member of Lambda Iota fraternity. He is employed As a management trainee at the Oxford paper co., Rumford Maine. A Spring wedding is planned. Mary Ellen Signor engaged windows Trombley or. And mrs. Ellis d. Winslow of Crescent Boulevard have Ai it bounced the engagement of their daughter Joan Frances to Richard s. Trombley son of mrs. Charles Dewey of West main Street miss Winslow is a graduate of Bennington High school St. Cath erne infant Home of child care in Albany ., and Putnam memorial school of nursing. She is now employed As a nurse at the veterans administration Hospital in Albany . Her Fiance a graduate also of Bennington High school spent four years in the . Navy and is a graduate of state University Bowling Green Ohio. He is now associated As a sales representative with the r. T. French co. In Schenectady. . A july wedding is planned. Bennington Banner monday december 30, 1963-3 miss Mario Bohne in Christmas candlelight rites sister mrs. James Garrison of Burlington who wore a Blue Chiffon and Matte Jersey Street length gown and Matching Headpiece. Her Corsage was of Pink carnac tons. Lloyd Joan f. Winslow the marriage of miss Marian e. Bohne and sgt. Harold e. Andrew both of Bennington was solemnized at 6 Christmas night in a candlelight service at the Home of the Bride s brother Paul w. Bohne or. Of Harwood Orchard Bennington. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Bride s Uncle the Rev. Earl Vincent of Morrisville it. A reception for about 35 guests followed. Escorted by her father Paul w. Bohne sr., the Bride was attired in a Street length frock of Pale Pink Peau de sole with Short sleeves and scoop neckline trimmed with roses of the same fabric. She wore a Matching Headpiece of silk roses and tulle. Her Corsage was of red roses. She was attended by her John Defreest of West Lebanon ., was Best Man. The Mother of the Bride chose a powder Blue Nylon dress with Matching jacket. The bridegroom s Mother selected a wine velvet dress. Both had White car nations corsages. The Bride is employed at the , Tel. Amp Tel. Co. In Bennington. The bridegroom is with the Vermont National guard at the state armory Here. After a Short wedding Tripton unannounced destination the couple will Rosiu at 110 Grant St. Holiday your Best meat buy this week. Carefully trimmed and specially priced to bring you the most Good eating. Super. We party fixings hawaiian punch Philadelphia Cream cheese 46 of. Can 3 99< 8 of. Pkg. Pizza Omar Sci in of. A it a. . Popcorn Palm Beach olives 2 la. Bag 6% of. Jar Chuck roast Chuck Steak economical and of so Good r Boneless full Flavoured Quot i # rolled Chuck roast i.69�?~ new years special i Rath a $4.99 5 la. Can canned Ham Quick and easy to serve 8 la. Can s6.99 our value potato chips social Xci to Delicatessen boiled Ham Reda White Frozen French Fries our value Catsup Alka Seltzer 9 of. Pkg. 4/4 9 it 12 of. Bottle bottle of 25 up Iuah Quot ish i ill Hill for the Green part of the meal Lemons fresh limes Bologna o o live Wurst od1 99< red a White _ _ _ regular or Coffee 2 la. Can drip grind Campbells 46oz. Tomato juice 3/99< monday a til 9 . Tuesday til 6 . Closed now be have a Happy new year

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