Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jan 17 1966, Page 3

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - January 17, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Sandra Marie von Silas is wed in e sex Junction engaged Essex Junction a miss Sandra Marie von Sitas and John Louis Howland were married Jan. 8 in a double ring service. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Edward s. Von Sitas of 12 Grant St. Parents of the bridegroom Are or. And mrs. Elmer f. Howland of Lyn one of 36 Mark Lemieux Young son of or. And mrs. Arthur Lemieux of Bennington who suffers from asthma is among 36 physically handicapped children being cared for at Caverly child health Center in Pittsford. He is shown Here with mrs. Charlotte Wood l.p.n., of Shoreham who As a child was cared for at Caverly for a severe asthmatic condition. Now she is caring for children like Mark who suffer from asthma. The asthmatic children foundation of Florida recently acknowledged the work being done with asthmatics at Caverly. This National foundation Fosters establishes and maintains asthma treatment centers and supports education and research in allergy. Miss Theresa m. Bashaw is administrator at the Caverly Center. The Bennington Banner telephones business. ,. .442-6300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., 052g1 by the Banner publishing Corpora on. Members of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use Tor Republic anon of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well Asau vip news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery Ioc per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-Inlle radius and All Vermont 3 months so 30, 6 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 c months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington it. 05201 Don Vii in. The brides father is formerly of Bennington. Rev. Edward Freeman officiated at the marriage service in he holy family Parish. Escorted by her father the Bride was attired in a gown of Chiffon velvet fashioned with Bateau neckline Long tapered sleeves shirred fitted bodice with Venice lace Motif trim and modified Sheath skirt with Back fullness accented by a dior Bow and terminating in a Cathedral train. Her veil of French illusion was attached to a Princess Crown of pearls and crystals. Her bridal bouquet was a Cascade of yellow sweetheart roses and White carnations. Bridal attendants were miss Barbara Woods maid of Honor and the misses Linda Smith Norma Mace and miss Kelly Greenwood Flower girl. The maid of Honor wore a silk crepe Olive Green full length gown with Bateau neckline and Empire Waist. She carried a bouquet of yellow mums. The bridesmaids wore Gold gowns fashioned to match the maid of Honor a gown. They carried bouquets of Bronze mums. The Flower girl wore a Gold velvet full length frock and carried a White Basket of yellow mums. Gary Cassady served As Best Man. Ushers were Edward von Sitas brother of the Bride Raymond Piccini and Alan Canney. Following a reception held at the Lincoln inn the couple left for a wedding trip to an undisclosed destination. The Bride attended Essex Junction High school is a 1965 graduate of Lyndon Institute and attended Champlain College. The bridegroom is a june 1964 graduate of Lyndon Institute and attended new England College. The couple will reside at 4 Charles Street in Burlington. Miss i frostbite is la ride Robert Chaffee miss Dorothy Elizabeth Dro Sehn of Richmond mass., daughter of or. And mrs. William a. Drosehn or. Of Hinsdale mass., was married Jan. 6 to Robert Throckmorton Chaffee of Lenox mass., son of Roberte. Chaffee of Iowa City Iowa and mrs. Westbrook Van Voorhis of new Milford Conn. Justice of the peace Raymond p. Betit performed the ceremony at 6 . In Bennington. After a wedding trip to Stowe the Cha fees will reside at Pittsfield Road Lenox. Mrs. Chaffee a 1961 graduate of Pittsfield High school is a Secretary and editorial assistant at the Berkshire Eagle Pittsfield. Or. Chaffee a 1958 graduate of Berkshire school Sheffield is a 1962 graduate of Bowdoin College Brunswick Maine where he played varsity hockey for four years and was a member of Zeta Psi fraternity. He is in charge of the Lee Bureau of the Eagle. Bennington Banner monday january 17, 1966-3 Lloyd mrs. Alan r. Hoard miss Brome is wed to Alan Hoard North Bennington a miss Barbara l. Browe daughter of or. And mrs. Lawrence Browe or. Of North Bennington and Alan g. Hoard son of or. And mrs. Rodney Hoard or. Of North Bennington were married Jan. 8 in the North Bennington first Baptist Church. The Rev. Alfred Scott pastor performed the ceremony. Attendants of the couple were miss Mary Ann Thayer of North Bennington and Douglas Green also of North Bennington. The Bride wore a beige Tweed dress with accessories to match and a variegated Corsage. The former miss Browe is a practical nurse at Putnam memorial Hospital in Bennington. She is a graduate of North Bennington High school and the Putnam Hospital school of practical nursing. The bridegroom also a graduate of North Bennington High school has been employed at Pauline a garage in Shaftsbury. He was inducted into the armed forces wednesday. Following a Small reception at the brides Home for the wedding party and families and a few friends the couple left on a Brief wedding trip to an undisclosed destination. Married Green Lansing Wilmington a the marriage of mrs. Charlotte w. Lansing to Merrill k. Greene both of Wilmington took place saturday noon in the Chapel of St. Mary a in the mountains. The Rev. Frederick Wolf Rector of St. Peters episcopal Church Bennington officiated. The immediate families attended the ceremony which was followed by a reception and luncheon at the Home of or. And mrs. Robert l. Greene. The Bride wore a beige dressmaker suit with Matching hat and carried a prayer Book and orchids. She was attended by her daughters misses Leona j. And Minton l. Lansing. Robert l. Greene was Best Man for his father. The couple left for Bermuda. Donna m. Andrew Andrew a Hitman Hoosick Falls . Or. And mrs. Ralph Andrew of Hoosick Falls have announced the engagement of their daughter Donna Maria to Cpl. Albert b. Whitman son of or. And mrs. George Whitman of Bennington. Miss Andrew is a graduate of Hoosick Falls High school and is employed at the Vermont Bank to Trust company in Bennington. Her Fiance attended Bennington schools and is presently serving in the . Marines stationed at Camp Lejeune . No Date has been set for the wedding. Roberts Thoma South Wallingford Archie Roberts of South Wallingford has announced the engagement of his daughter Linda Lou to Endre Thoma son of or. And mrs. Ferdinand Thoma of Manchester. Miss Roberts a 1965 graduate of Wallingford High school is attending Rutland business College. Her Fiance a 1961 graduate of Burr to Burton Seminary in Manchester is employed in Claremont . No Date has been set for the wedding. Ericson a m till Washington Conn. A or. And mrs. Aria e. Ericson of Washington Conn., have announced the engagement of their daughter miss Joan Elizabeth Ericson to Keith h. Smith of Wellesley Hills mass. Miss Ericson attended Endicott Junior College. She is a granddaughter of or. And mrs. Walked Carlson of Washington Conn., and the late or. And mrs. John Ericson of White Plains . Her Fiance attended the Citadel Charlestown s.c., and is now serving in the . Navy on Board the nuclear Polaris submarine George Bancroft. He is a grandson of mrs. Louis Moiler of Washington Conn.,and the late or. Moiler and of the late or. And mrs. Royden k. Smith of Malden mass. Gladstone shoes Burlington a Barre Newport Sioea of 9 % Bennington St. Albans Winooski women s annual Sno Boot clearance 5 99 to 9 99 save up to 50% and More Alpin. Bo.,. Now 9 99 made in England Reg to 23oo Low boots High boots in Between boots Brown and Black leathers Waterproof types imitation Sealskin All in an assortment of colors. Flat stack and dress heels. Narrow medium and wide widths with sizes for everyone. Come Early for Best selection Gladstone. Where i it is first message Tokyo up a communist. China says the United states does no to have enough fighting men to win the War in Viet Nam. Peking radio in broadcasts monitored Here sunday called Viet Nam a a bottomless pit and said the american military buildup is in a dire red China said Only a fraction of 4.4 million american servicemen reserves and potential draftees can be mobilized for combat. Already there is an officer shortage the official communist new China news Agency claimed. A even of the Johnson administration should be Able to recruit several Hundred thousand More men by draft Calls or mobilization of reserves this american Cannon fodder would still be inadequate to meet the needs of the South Viet Nam Battlefield a peking said. Red China said the . Buildup in Viet Nam is leaving other parts of the world vulnerable to communist revolutions. Turning to the soviet Union peking said the russians took another step a along the Road of worsening relations on Jan. To when the soviet embassy refused to accept a protest from communist China. The protest demanded that the russians retract charges that peking was interfering with soviet arms shipments to communist North Viet Nam the broadcasts said. Miss Susan Pello wins 2nd prize in essay contest Lloyd Priscilla l. Hunt Hunt Jelly Valley Falls .�? mrs. Georgiana Hunt of Valley Falls has announced the engagement of her daughter Priscilla Lee Hunt to Keith Raymond Jelly son of or. And mrs. James Jelly or. Of North Pownal. Miss Hunt is attending Hoosic Valley Central school in Schaghticoke . Her Fiance is employed at the Pownal Tannery. The Date of the wedding has been set for March 5. Morgan ram pad i mrs. Cora Morgan of 106 Holden St. Has announced the engagement of her daughter Marion Marie Morgan to Arthur Martin Campbell son of or. And mrs. Richard Campbell of 108 River St. The wedding is planned for sometime in june. Red China throws scare Montpelier a the winning essays in the 1965 state forestry essay contest were written by Jeanne Ellen Cook Proctor Junior High school first place Susan Pello Bennington High school second place and Jan Eastman North Danville school re 7, St. Johnsbury third place. Cash awards in the amounts of $50, $30 and $20 respectively will be awarded to them by the Vermont Forest festival committee. These were the most outstanding of 2071 essays written by 7th and 8th Grade pupils in the various schools in Vermont this year essays were judged in each of 47 supervisory school districts in which they were written and the winning essay entered the state contest. The three top place essays in each supervisory Sci ool District received Cash awards of $10, $5 and $2 respectively from the Vermont Forest festival committee and contributions from local users of Wood products and those interested in forestry conservation. All pupils who wrote essays in the contest received certificates with the governors signature expressing appreciation for their participation. The purposes of the contest Are to stimulate interest and study of the important part that forests play in providing useful products retarding water Runoff and erosion providing habitat for wildlife and conserving the natural Beauty of our state All essays were written on the topic a what Vermont Forest mean to each essay however treated the topic from a slightly different approach and head Start program popular Washington up a project head Start for giving poor children better Send off in first Grade is so popular that demand for Federal Grants is running far ahead of the $150 million earmarked for them. As a result r. Sargent Shriver director of the office of economic Opportunity Leo has ruled that no More than one third of the Antipoverty funds Given to local communities can be used for preschool projects. His office also has asked applicants to try to get head Start Grants from the . Office of education under a 1965 Law that had made $775 million available to school systems for use in poor neighbourhoods. A Republican critic of the Leo rep. Charles Goodell ., said the situation is confusing and illustrates Why the head Start program should be shifted to the office of education for better administration. A spokesman for the Antipoverty Agency conceded there was some mix up Over the dual source of funds for projects of this Type. He said it resulted from too much of a Good thing. The Leo was swamped by applications from come unities seeking funds for year round programs when president Johnson announced last september Money would be allocated for them. This followed the highly publicized summer head Start projects that enrolled about 500,000 children at 2,300 locations at a Cost of More than $85 million. The courses lasted eight weeks. Fall amp Winter women s a skirts a suits a Coats a dresses 1/3-1/2 loner of it Walsh Spring Street Williamstown off Many of them were very unusual and interesting. The judges who placed the essays in the state contest were Robert Farrington department of Forest and Parks Montpelier Andrew Leader Burlington free press and Fremont Fisk principal of the Union school in Montpelier. Their selections were made from the 47 essays entered in the state contest. The forestry essay contest is one of the major activities sponsored by the Vermont Forest festival committee appointed by the governor. Diamond our Diamond Are imported direct from the Cutter to eliminate the Middle Man. See our Lovely collection. Novock Shultz member Amerin Gim society 4h Moil St Diol 2-6926 my in a he special midwinter savings on famous girls blouses we can t advertise the Brand name but we can Tell you of the tremendous savings on them. 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