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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Married main a re a Lien engaged Bennington Banner monday june 14, 1965�?3 mrs. Ii \ rold c. W Arner or. Lloyd miss Patricia m. Becomes mrs. . Cartier or. The wedding of miss Patricia Mary Dockum daughter of or. And mrs. Thomas e. Dockum of North Branch Street Extension and Harold c. Warner jr., son of or. And mrs. Warner of Burgess Road was solemnized in St. Francis de sales Church saturday at la . The Rev. Richard e. Mcgowan performed the ceremony. Mrs. Thomas Donovan Church organist played the a have Maria and other wedding music. The Church altar had been decorated with White pompous and Blue Lupine. The Bride escorted by her father wore a floor length Peau de sole gown in scoop neckline tapered sleeves and controlled skirt enhanced by Bow in front and with detachable train. Her fingertip veil of illusion with lace appliques fell from a Crown of crystals and pearls. She carried a White Missal with White roses and lilies of the Valley. Maid of Honor was miss Bernadette Sausville Cousin of the Bride. Miss Christina Dockum sister of the Bride was bridesmaid. Their gowns were in identical styling miss Sausville wearing Pale Pink crepe and miss Dockum in Blue crepe. The attendants floor length sheaths were in Empire Waistline outlined with velvet Flowers and leaves. They wore headdresses and carried colonial bouquets of carnations and baby a breath both of which matched their gowns. Best Man was William min Ogue. Ushering the guests were Duncan Turner of Bennington and Joseph Betit jr., Cousin of the Bride stationed at fort Devens mass. A reception followed at Moose Hall with approximately 150 guests. Mrs. Dockum Mother Kodel Nylon Cotton shift gown 44% Kodel polyester 32�o Nylon 24�o Cotton exclusive of decorations f a Vav it ii zip a a a i Beautiful self embroidery trim on deep round Yoke and Hemline Yoke has Satin ribbon beading and Bow. A deep inverted Pleat front. Lace trim. #4.00 Drysdale s free parking armory lot next door of the Bride was attired in a two piece Light Blue lace dress with White accessories and Corsage of White rosebuds. The bridegroom s Mother wore a Pale Blue lace dress with White accessories and White carnations Corsage. Miss Jeanne Dockum sister of the Bride circulated the guest Register. Marra s orchestra furnished music. The couple left on a wedding trip to new York and the world s fair. For travelling the Bride chose a beige and White suit with a beige Straw hat and White accessories and White rosebuds Corsage. Their future residence will be on Burgess Road. The Bride is a graduate of sacred heart school Bennington Catholic High school and a 1965 graduate of St. Joseph College. She is employed As a Secretary at the Myca. A graduate of Public Grade school and Bennington High school the bridegroom attended Hudson Valley Community College in Troy ., and also St. Joseph College Here. He is a . Navy Veteran. He is now with the St. Johnsbury trucking co. Out of town guests were included from fort Devens Pittsfield mass. Whitingham Stamford and Middlebury Schaghticoke North Hoosick Clifton Park n.j., and North Windham Conn. lunch con Ference set at Johnson state Montpelier a on june 21, 22 and 23 the department of education a division of special services will sponsor the 13th annual Vermont school lunch conference to be held at Johnson state College. This will pro vide opportunities for Public and private school lunch personnel to learn More about food service and lunch program management. The theme is a heat Well think Well live speakers will include gov. Philip h. Hoff or. A. John Holden jr., commissioner of education or. Rupert j. Spencer executive director of special services for the department of education sen. Harold Raynolds of Windsor county and former chairman of the state Board of education brother Herman Zaccarelli director of the food research Center for Catholic institutions North Easton mass., and representatives from the . Department of agriculture. It is expected that some 250 school lunch personnel will participate. School Board directors principals and superintendents of schools Are invited. Registration is scheduled for 9 . June 21. Jacksonville a mus Harriet Mae Allen daughter of or. And mrs. Myron Allensr. Of Jacksonville and Peter j. Maynard son of mrs. Eleodia Maynard of Wilmington and the late or. Maynard were married in Jacksonville Community Church june 5. The Rev. Donald a. Webster associate Rector of St. Peter s episcopal Church Bennington performed the ceremony. Mrs. Charles Robb of Brattleboro was organist. Mrs. Norman Stevens of Chester was her Sisters Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were mrs. Carl Forrest of West Enfield Maine and muses Marlene Brown of Torrington Conn., and Jeanne Deyo of Brattleboro a Niece of the bridegroom. Miss Laura Allen of Sharon Conn., Niece of the Bride was Junior bridesmaid. Carl Forrest of West Enfield was Best Man. Ushers were Roger Maynard of Wilmington and Reginald Maynard of Sudbury mass., Brothers of the bridegroom and his Cousin Robert Maynard of Wilmington. After a wedding trip or. And mrs. Maynard will reside on Castle Hill Wilmington. The Bride is a graduate of Whitingham High school and Keene state College and is currently teaching at the Austine school for the deaf Brattleboro. A graduate of Wilmington High school the bridegroom is also a graduate of the University of Vermont. He served two and one half years in the air Force and is now employed As Plant manager of . Precision inc., Wilmington. Or. And mrs. . M arro Marro Cleary miss Jacqueline Helen Cleary daughter of or. And mrs. John w. Cleary of Woodford became the Bride of Anthony James mar to son of or. And mrs. Francis j. Marro of Rutland june 5 at 11 30 . In St. Francis de sales Church. The Rev. Thomas a. Bransfield performed the double ring Cere Moray and was celebrant of the nuptial mass. Mrs. Thomas Donovan was Church organist. Mrs. Rose Fitzgerald was soloist and Sang a have Maria and a on this Day o Beautiful the Bride was escorted by her father. Miss Jean Cleary was her sister s maid of Honor. Best Man was Daniel f. Collins of Rutland. Ushers were Bruce m. Coffin of Woodstock David m. Cioffi of Rutland and Robert Cleary of Woodford brother of the Bride. A reception for about 70 guests was held at the brides Home following the ceremony. The brides cake in four tiers had been prepared by Felix Castellano of Woodford. The Bride a graduate of Bennington Catholic High school is attending the University of Vermont where she is a member of Omicron no a National Honor society. A i960 graduate of mount St. Joseph Academy in Rutland the bridegroom attended Castleton state College and was graduated from the University of Vermont last month. He is employed As a reporter with the Vermont press Bureau in the state House at Montpelier. After a wedding trip to Canada the couple will reside at 361 South Union St., Burlington. Out of town guests were included from Hudson Waltham Reading mass. Chicago 111. Richmond Hill Colchester Conn. Rutland Burlington and Montpelier. Compare with other sets. No other jewels enhance a Diamond solitaire like flanking diamonds. From our bridal set collection a and truly a brilliance plus. Jewellers amp silversmiths 409 main St. Bennington it. Collection a Ana Iru a ii Kunj. Andrieko mrs. Patrick j. Galvin Calcin slea is Hoosick Falls A the Church of the immaculate Conception Here was the scene of the wedding june 5 at la . Of miss Carol Ann Stearns daughter of or. And mrs. William Stearns of Eagle Bridge ., and Patrick Joseph Galvin son of or. And mrs. John Galvin of 57 Center St., Hoosick Falls. Performing the ceremony was the Rev. Lawrence j. Gerrity Osa and the Bride was escorted by her father. Mrs. Raleigh Tatro was organist and accompanied the soloist Walter Beck Stein who Sang a have Maria and a on this Day o Beautiful baskets of mixed Flowers adorned the Church altar. Miss Gail Sulpizi was maid of Honor. Other attendants were miss Mary Galvin sister of the bridegroom mrs. George Lebarron and mrs. Maurice Andrew Sisters of the Bride. Best Man was Jack Galvin brother of the bridegroom. The guests were ushered by Earl Callahan Lawrence Galvin and Michael Galvin Brothers of the bridegroom. A reception for 150 guests was held at the Cambridge hotel. The Bride a graduate of Cambridge Central school in 1963, is employed by Community enterprises inc. In Cambridge. A graduate of St. Mary a Academy Hoosick Falls the bridegroom is with Wood Long corp. In Hoosick Falls. Following a wedding trip to Lake George they will reside at 24 Academy St., Cambridge,. Out of town guests were included from new York City Whitehall Salem Comstock and Granville Antiques guide prepared by i d Montpelier a Antiques for All tastes will be found in Vermont this summer through regularly scheduled shows and auctions. The 1965 directory of Vermont antique dealers now available includes 130 listings representing about one third of the states villages towns and cities. Each listing gives directions to the location and items in which the dealer specializes. Dry sinks Tole Ware powder horns old clocks and a Host of other Choice authentic items from furniture to glassware can be found in the Many Vermont shops. In addition to regular shops antique bargains can be found at dozens of auctions and shows scheduled during summer and fall. Vacationers will find Many last minute scheduled auctions listed in Vermont Community newspapers. For a free copy of the comprehensive eight a Page guide a antiquing in write the Vermont development dept., Montpelier. Married mrs. Whit Paul Clermont Clermont Richardson Scotia A miss Margaret Richardson of la Willowbrook rd., Scotia and Paul Clermont of Bennington were married june 5 in the Burnt Hills methodist Church Burnt Hills The Bride is a daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph h. Richardson. The bridegrooms parents Are or. And mrs. Paul m. Clermont of 325 Dewey St., Bennington. The Rev. Martin j. Overholser officiated assisted by the Church pastor the Rev. C. Walter Kessler d j. A variety of White snapdragons pompous and Gladioli decorated the Church and music was provided by the Church organist. Miss Madeline Ladd of new York City was maid of Honor and mrs. Howard Small of Hyannis mass. Was Matron of Honor. Stephen Douglas of Chicago 111., was Best Man. The Ushers were William Stine of Schenectady and Roger Hybels of Kalamazoo Mich. A reception was held at the hotel Van Dyck in Schenectady. The couple left on a wedding trip of unannounced destination. Their summer address will be 80 Washington Square East Salem mass. The Bride is a recent graduate of Boston University. A graduate of Massachusetts Institute of technology the bridegroom is pursuing graduate work at Mit where he has a research assistant ship. Snel i i ii a a i a it jes a Vermont Quot Swiss craftsman linage Quot St. Johnsbury a a Vermont is on the threshold of a new National identity As a state of unusual worker skill and creativity a Shelburne manufacturer Richard Snelling told the graduating class at St. Johnsbury Trade school in St. Johnsbury thursday evening. Speaking at commencement exercises Snelling said that Industrial growth in Vermont in recent years has been greatest in Fields which put emphasis on High Levels of skill and technology and where finished products were of a Type which required High tolerances and permitted few errors in manufacturing or Assembly. He said that this gave vermonters a great Opportunity to re establish a National image As having the nations finest craftsmen which he said a would in turn pay handsome dividends by attracting even More of the industries which require skilled and thoughtful workers and by placing vermonters pay rates and Standard of living on a Rise trend toward the highest in the Snelling cautioned however that the Opportunity to build a a Swiss technician image for vermonters could be lost for an other Hundred years if Vermont proved unable to deliver either the Quantity or Quality of employees being sought by producers of sophisticated products in electronic chemical plastic machine tool and Metal working industries. He called it a a urgent for state and local governments to give greater attention to vocational and technical training at the High school level and said that a unless we can Point to Young people coming in to the labor Force equipped to handle the skill Levels which Are required we Are going to Stop attracting that kind of Industry which we need the most and from which All of Vermont will profit the High school careers rewarded at annual chs class night Pamela j. Kearns a earns a i n a ii or. And mrs. James m. Kearns of 127 Putnam St., have announced the engagement of their daughter Pamela Jean to Benjamin Minardi Iii son of or. And mrs. Benjamin Minardi or. Of Patchogue Miss Kearns is a graduate of Bennington Catholic High school and is a senior at St. Vincent Hospital school of nursing Worcester mass. Or. Minardi is a graduate of Patchogue High school and of Nichols College of business administration. The wedding will take place in september. Bennington Catholic High school s seniors won Scholastic and athletic honors at their class night exercises Friday. Here is a list of the prize winners Honor cords highest honors Hallie Sausville and Barry Griffith High honors Patricia prandial and Linda Becerra honors Alberta Thibodeau Christine King Cheryl Sausville Kevin Keams Jacqueline Morin John Burnham Rosemarie de no and Lennora Vandale. Scholastic awards religion William Johnson and Alberta Thibodeau English Patricia Pran Dini French Iii Alberta Tolbo Deau math in Lennora Vandale physics Linda Becerra shorthand ii Diane Myers modern history Patrick Chaloux business Jean Martin economics Kathleen Briody physiology Daniel Higgins Art Elizabeth Fonteneau service Daniel Higgins student Council Barry Griffith. Future teachers of America pins for first year members went to Patricia Connor Michele Sears Christina Hart and Mary Ellen Harvey. Honor guard pins went to Linda Becerra Karen Cufari Rose Hewson Carolyn Johnson and Jean Martin. Lay teacher training course certificates were presented to Jean Fox Rose Hewson Edith Roy Michele Sears and Alberta Thibodeau. A certificate for Ulm math contest was won by Barry Griffith. The Good workmanship in shop award went to Michael Lettre. Certificates of excellence for work on yearbook were presented to Michele Sears Linda Becerra Elizabeth Fonteneau and Elizabeth Pellerin. For. Spinelly announced the following athletic and band awards football William Marsh Thomas Moore Joseph Kraw Czyk Ernest Murray Barry Griffith Daniel toed Harte Stafford Peter toed Armand Patnaude Wayne Rabideau Edward Letourneau Remi Corri Veau William Hurley John Burnham John Dailey and Dennis Stemp. Basketball Peter Lemieux and Peter toed. Baseball Thomas Moore and Gary Harris. Girls basketball Hallie Sausville Christine King and Kathleen Briody. Softball Hallie Sausville Christine King and Beverly Taylor. Cheerleaders Rosemary la Tif. Band Robert Boulet Katherine Purcell Hallie Sausville Ronald Walczak Steven White Barry Griffith Glenn Remington and Bernadette Boutin. Color guard Carol Dunican Captain Karen Cufari Lisa Beaudoin Jean Martin Christina Hart and Wanda Kittel. The following scholarship winners were announced University of Vermont scholarships to highest ranking boy and girl $200 each. Hallie Sausville and Barry Griffith. 86th engineering co. Of the Vermont army National guard award $125 Barry Griffith. Scholarship Given by women s nursing league auxiliary of Putnam memorial Hospital $100 Beverly Taylor. Rotary club scholarship $200 John Burnham. Scholarship for excellence in physics awarded by the Tan Sitor electronics inc. $100 Linda Becerra. Reliable Man or woman to service local stores in spare time replace Mose. Amp collect Money no experience req. Good income Supply fast moving Nat. Adv. Mdse to supermarkets amp drug stores. Can grow to full time. Company solicits accounts. Openings in following Bennington several other areas open $297 req. For Stock if you can devote 2 to 3 hours per week genuinely sincere and have car apply for confidential interview in your City. Airmail few facts about yourself amp phone no. Ultra enterprises inc 527 Lexington ave., nyc by 10017 after the perfect wedding hold the wedding reception at the new englander restaurant no. Bennington re. 442-9787 scholarship Given by St. Joseph College $100 Rosemari Denlo. Scholarship awarded by St. Francis de sales holy name society $200 John Longton. Memorial scholar ship to msgr. Joseph a. Campeau of sacred heart Parish $250 Kevin Kearns. National foundation of elks scholarships awarded by Bennington Lodge Hallie Sausville Hoo Hallie Sausville $25barry Griffith $50barry Griffith $25. National foundation of elks state leadership award $100 Hallie Sausville. Scholarships awarded by the Virgil and Judith Stark foundation $200 Hallie Sausville Barry Griffith Patricia Prandoni Alberta Thibodeau and Christine King. Censure the Day you received your Diamond a remember the glow in your eyes the Happy thought that this is forever and indeed it is. For your Diamond today has the same Beauty that it did then. Perhaps your setting however is not keeping Pace with current fashion. Let us show you How your original Diamond can he made More meaningful with a modern mounting. Stop in soon and discuss this special service with our trained gemologist and designer. J a by . Tel. 44�-69�6 a main Street Mannington jf1 01 cd Vermont open 9 30 to 5 30 . Mon. Thru sat. Till 9 on Fri. For summer relaxing with skirts and shorts. Both by a hip Lahore girls sizes juvenile shop $2oo sizes 30-38 ladies apparel Bandanna print pop top 3.50 b. A. New color magic All american bleeding plaids. The biggest fashion news plaids that bleed and blend subtly when washed. 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