Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 7 1965, Page 3

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 7, 1965, Bennington, Vermont A and Rock mrs. Bernard j. miss Patricia is wed to by. Laporte or. Hoosick Falls a miss Patricia Ann Sargood daughter of or. And mrs. Robert a. Sargood of Hoosick Falls became the Bride saturday at noon of Bernard Joseph Laporte jr., son of or. And mrs. Laporte of Spring Valley . The ceremony was performed in the Church of the immaculate Conception Here by the Rev. Alfred j. Ellis . escorted his daughter to the altar. Mrs. Raleigh Tatro was Church organist and accompanied the vocal soloist Walter Beckstein. Bouquets of assorted White Flowers adorned the altar. The Bride was gowned in White Peau taffeta and hand clipped Chantilly lace fashioned with a fitted bodice wide mock cummerbund Long tapering sleeves and a modified Bell skirt. From the Back flowed a w Watteau train which continued into a Chapel length. Her open Pillbox with clustered Chantilly lace was caught with Blossom peps from which fell a tiered veil of English silk illusion. She carried a Cascade bouquet of White Glam Ellias and Leath Enlace Fern. Maid of Honor was miss Sybil Ann Pappas. Other attendants were miss Norma Stevens miss Linda Heeran miss Catherine Stapleton and mrs. Joseph Fonda. The maid of Honor s gown was of full length Chiffon crepe with White bodice Empire Waist accented by Moss Green velvet ribbon and a Maize Chiffon modified Sheath skirt appliqued with embroidered tiny Flowers. The other attendants wore identical gowns in Aqua. They had petalled headpieces in Matching color. The maid of Honor s bouquet was of White Lamellia and yellow miniature roses in nosegay design. The other bouquet was also nosegay of yellow Glam Ellias. Best Man was Anthony Laporte. Ushers were Robert Sar sleep right in those baby dolls v o Iii \ i a few drip dry Cotton Batiste $3.00 juvenile shop Good Peter Mincieli Brian and Leonard Post. A reception for 175 guests followed at Taconic Park restaurant in Williamstown mass. The Bride s Mother received in a Coral Chiffon dress with Matching accessories. The bridegroom s Mother chose a blushing Pink ensemble with Matching accessories. Both had White orchids. The Bride is a graduate of Hoosick Falls Central school and has been employed by the new York state education department. A graduate of Spring Valley High school the bridegroom is serving in the . Air Force stationed at Dow fab in Bangor Maine. For a wedding trip of unannounced destination the Bride travelled in a three piece Pink and Green Linen suit with Pink accessories and Pink Rose Corsage. Their future residence will be in Orono Maine. Out of town guests were included from Mechanicville Spring Valley Albany . Silver Spring my. Pittsfield mass., and Bennington. Labor Council May act on j a right to work the monthly meeting of the Bennington county Central labor Council has been scheduled for 8 . Tuesday at the Putnam hotel. On tap is discussion and probable Council action supporting the proposed repeal of Section 14b of the National labor relations act which allows states to enact so called a a right to work Quot Laws. President Johnson has asked for repeal of the controversial provision. Council delegates have been urged to attend the meeting since it May be the last until August. The july meeting has traditionally been suspended because Many workers have vacations during that month. All interested members of locals affiliated with the Council Are also invited to attend. Send graduation cards a by rust Craft Evans news amp office equipment inc 431 main St. Dial 2-6326 married miss re Hiseki is married to Andrew Crosier Wilmington Del. A the marriage of miss Theresa and Andrew e. Crosier took place at la . Saturday inst. Paul s Catholic Church in Wilmington Del. The it. Rev. Msgr. Paul j. Taggart officiated at the ceremony which was followed by a reception at the vow Post on Brandywine Boulevard. The Bride is the daughter of mrs. Rita Rybicki and the late Joseph k. Rybicki. The bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Ray l. Crosier of North Bennington. Escorted by her Uncle John j. Hogan the Bride wore a full length gown of Klencon lace and a Crown of pearls and crystals held her illusion veil. She carried a Cascade of White roses and Stepha Notis entered with a White Orchid. Mrs. Dennis Aamoth of new Brighton minn., sister of the Bride was Matron of Honor. She wore a full length Light Blue Empire Sheath with Over skirt and a Matching Headpiece. She carried a bouquet of Pink roses surrounded by Blue carnations and White snapdragons. Best Man was Joseph k. Rybicki brother of the Bride. Raymond Simpson served As usher. The Bride is a graduate of St. Elizabeth s High school and is employed by the . Court of appeals. The bridegroom is a graduate of North Bennington High school and is employed by the Fuller Brush co. In Wilmington. Following a wedding trip to Canada the couple will live in Elsmere in Wilmington Del. Married Twachtman Braun of h i i a eve i a poll a Hopkinton . A at a ceremony at first congregational Church in Hopkinton ., on May 29, miss Mary Ann Man Golla daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph Michael Mingolla of Pine House Warner ., became the Bride of Mckendree James Whitney son of or. And mrs. Mckendree j. Whitney or. Of Stamford. Or. Harold Haywood Uncle of the Bride officiated assisted by the Rev. Roy Leo pastor. Miss Marilynn Marshall was soloist and mrs. B. B. Paine was organist. The Bride escorted by her father had As her attendants mrs. Robert e. Miller of Jericho vt., As Matron of Honor and miss Kathleen Hagar Alii mrs. John Anderson of Adams mass., sister of the bridegroom As bridesmaids. William Marsland of Burlington was Best Man. Joseph Wood of Stamford and John Andrews of Essex Center vt., were Ushers. A Buffet luncheon and reception followed at the boulders in Hopkinton. The Bride is a graduate of Cushing Academy in Ashburnham mass., and received her Bachelor of science degree in nursing from Ulm where she was a member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority. She is a state Public health nurse for Vermont. Or. Whitney was graduated from Drury High school in North Adams and Ulm where he majored in business administration. He is a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. Whale of Anol timer san Simeon Calif. Up a the 30-rn ill Ion year old fossilized Skeleton of a whale was found on a Hilltop of the army s Hunter Liggett military reservation recently. Army authorities said permission to continue excavation of the Fossil would be granted Toji Earb Penis see the. Newest Whit mrs. Robert p. Curran Curran Griffith Schenectady . A announcements have been received in the Bennington area of the marriage of miss Gaynor Griffith and Robert p. Curran. The Bride is a daughter of or. And mrs. Elvet Griffith of 1526 Rutgers St., this City. The bridegroom is a son of mrs. Margaret g. Curran of 7 Hawks place Bennington and the late Francis j. Curran. The ceremony was performed May 15 at la . In St. Luke a roman Catholic Church in Schenectady. The Rev. Fred j. Duffy officiated and soloist was Francis p. Hession. The Bride was escorted by her father. Attendants of the couple were mrs. Vivian m. Marker sister of the Bride and Raymond f. Wise. Charles m. Marker and Paul Graney were Ushers. A reception followed at the Woodlin club in Scotia . After a wedding trip to the Carolinas or. And mrs. Curran Are residing in Baltimore my. The Bride a graduate of Nott Terrace High school Schenectady has been employed As Secretary in the vacuum products operation of the general electric co. In this City. A graduate of Bennington High school the bridegroom received his Bachelor s degree from St. Michael s College Winooski Park. A us. Air Force Veteran he holds the rank of Captain. He is with the Hartford insurance group of Baltimore. Two from . Die Iii viol Nam Washington up a two new englander were identified today As among six Marine airmen killed in an apparent midair collision of two helicopters saturday off the coast of South Viet Nam. Those listed by the defense department included a capt. Paul f. Mcnally 27, husband of Sally j. Mcnally of Kaneohe Hawaii and son of William Henry Mcnally of 156 Harrison ave., Pittsfield mass. A Cpl. Gary d. Tracey 28, husband of Margaret Theresa Tracey of Kaneohe Hawaii and son of Richard Edward Tracey of route 3, fort Fairfield Maine. The two aircraft collided shortly after Takeoff from the Navy Carrier iwo Jima. Each helicopter had a Crew of four. Two marines were listed As missing. You can buy with Confidence at. Rah Kield jewellers a stir Rran i the Thomas p. Kinney or. Thomas Kinney j vigils up for l a. Army school j sgt. In. Donald Medlin us army Recruiter for this area has announced that Thomas p. Kinney or. Of 257 Union St., Bennington who will graduate from Bennington Catholic High school this month has been accepted for a . Army school under the army a graduate specialist program. Kinney will attend the army s aviation school at fort Rucker ala., where he will be taught maintenance of fixed Wing and helicopter aircraft. For information concerning the opportunities offered by a today s modern army Quot Contact sgt. Medlin on fridays at the army recruiting station in the hotel Putnam. Greenwich Conn. A St. Mary s roman Catholic Church in Greenwich was the setting saturday for the marriage of miss Agnes Braun and Alden e. Twachtman. The Bride is a daughter of mrs. Alwin Braun and the late or. Braun of Wilmington it. Or. Twachtman is a son of mrs. James f. Skinner of Greenwich Conn., and or. Erie Twachtman of Essex Conn. The Bride was escorted by her brother Alwin Braun jr., of Wilmington. The Bride was attended by her sister miss Caroline Braun As maid of Honor and by misses Carol Sweet Candace Mellon and Elizabeth Shaw. David p. Skinner was Best Man. The Ushers were Robert l. Billington George w. Hebard jr., John b. Pearson John j. Braun and Byron e. Woodman. A reception was held at the Home of or. And mrs. James Fletcher Skinner round Hill Road Greenwich for family and friends. Engaged Lauzon Bushee or. And mrs. William e. Lau Zon of 107 Fillmore St., have announced the engagement of their daughter Darlene to to Seaman 3c Bruce w. Bushee . Navy son of or. And mrs. Burton w. Bushee of 116 Oakes St. Miss Lauzon will graduate from Bennington High school class of 1965. She is a qualified dance instructor and also a member of dance educators of America. Or. Bushee is also a graduate of Bennington High school in 1963, is now stationed at Charleston . The wedding is planned for june 19. Lloyd Darlene to Lauzon Deer avoided but sign hit in area weekend accidents extensive damage resulted to vehicles involved in three separate accidents investigated by state police Over the weekend married bed jord brow a Wilmington a miss Janet Carol Brown daughter of or. And mrs. Leonard h. Brown of Ballou Hill Road was married in old first Church old Bennington May 29 to William saxons Bedford jr., son of or. And mrs. Bedford of Wellesley Hills mass. The ceremony performed by Rev. Rodney d. Cart was followed by a reception at it. Anthony country club. Miss Judith a. Brown was her sister s maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were misses Karen a. Brown of new York City and Guilford Cousin of the Bride and Barbara g. Bedford sister of the bridegroom. Walter Stewart jr., of new Canaan Conn., served As Best Man. Ushers were James Dwin Ell of Montpelier Edward Malozzi and Peter Wolcott both of Darien Conn., and Paul Hurley of Boston. Thomas Neil Orange Conn., Cousin of the Bride was ring bearer. After a trip to the West coast or. And mrs. Bedford will reside temporarily in the Boston area. Mrs. Bedford graduated from Emma Willard school Troy ., and the University of Vermont. Her husband is also a graduate of Ulm. But with one exception no personal injuries were reported. About 1 45 . Saturday a 1960 Volkswagen operated by Arthur w. Witt jr., 18, of Manchester was proceeding South on Vermont 30 in South Dorset when Witt told police a Deer ran into the Road. Witt swerved to avoid the animal and missed it but went off the Road and struck a Speed limit sign and some Small Trees. The car was considered a total loss. Witt escaped injury but a passenger with him Richard Bovey or. Of Manchester depot was reported to have suffered a sprained ankle. Two vehicles were extensively damaged in a near head on collision which occurred about 9 45 . Friday on the stretch of . 7 in North Dorset undergoing new construction. Involved were a Bartlett tree co. Truck operated by Maurice Boardman of Woodsville ., and a 1955 Chrysler operated by William f. Howland of Southampton mass. Neither Driver was injured. Another one car Accident occurred just before Midnight sunday on Vermont 9 in Woodford just East of the Bennington line. Police said that a 1960 aus tin Healey operated by Thomas Mulligan jr., 22, of 109 Grant St., was proceeding East and went out of control on a curve to the left and struck some guard posts on the right Side of the Highway. The sports car received moderate damage according to the report but its Driver escaped injury. Full service banking a Man needs full service banking when he has the responsibility of a Home c a end family. Get full service at the Vermont Bank and Trust company Bellows Falls Chester Brattle Boro Rutland Bennington # Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance corporation Jubilee # 418 Bra sizes 32 a-4 of Rice 100�o Cotton. Circular stitched cups tor that firm Youthful look Quot lift straps Quot that lift and support. Center elastic for added _ Comfort. Q Drysdale a free parking armory lot next door Bennington Banner monday june 7, 1965-3 James Tomasi graduates at Boston College Harvard mrs. Alden e. Twachtman after a wedding trip to Bermuda the couple will live in Saugus mass. Chestnut Hill mass. A James l. Tomasi of Bennington received his . Degree today from the College of business administration of Boston College. He was one of 1,847 candidates who received degrees from la schools and colleges of the Jesuit University. A son of or. And mrs. Francis c. Tomasi of 649 main St., he is a 1961 graduate of Bennington Catholic High school where he was most Active. During his High school years he was a member of the student Council a boys state Delegate a member of the science club served on the school paper and yearbook and also played several sports. Commencement speaker today was the Rev. John Courtney Murray s.j., distinguished Jesuit theologian and author from Wood Stock College my. Father Murray was one of nine leaders in Church government business and educational affairs who received honorary doctorate degrees at the annual exercises pm James l. Tomasi from the very Rev. Michael p. Walsh s.j., Boston College president. Dropouts Mil Sacramento Calif. Up a the California Assembly education committee has passed a Bill which would revoke the Driver s licenses of High school dropouts except in cases of hardship. Are not alike a a a and neither Are the stores who sell them. You must rely on your jewelery a knowledge and reputation for honesty. We re different we be earned the title of registered jeweler and that s your Assurance when you buy diamonds Here. A"10 % Noveck Shult Zinc. Cd Tel. 4-42-6926 11 main Street Bennington Vermont Quot All i said was show me a filter that delivers the taste and 111 eat my try new Lucky strike filters nil filters Ihnn Yil it at Var Viivi in a Kiir or the College of Saint Rose Albany new York summer sessions for men and women fully accredited undergraduate and graduate divisions courses offered in Art business education economics education elementary and secondary history and political science languages and literature English French German latin Spanish mathematics music philosophy science sociology. Special programs speech correction and hearing cooperative history program with Siena College graduate student May take up to 12 credit hours in the cooperating institution toward the degree requirement classes in teaching the mentally retarded state education department Grants available in this area. Registration in Alburtis magus science Hall waster Avenue june la 4 00 . 5 30 . 7 00 . 9 00 . June 12, 9 00 . 11 30 . Tuition per semester Hoer undergraduate $27.00 graduate $30.00 classes begin june 25

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