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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 20, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner monday june 20. 19hh 5 miss Judith m. Hour an is wed to . Randall i. Loyd mrs. Rouf it Webb Farnsworth miss Jennie Hall Jerome Bride of . Mrs. John w in Liam spa the Iii Andruck Bowling Green Ohio a miss Jennie Hall Jerome daughter of or. And mrs. William travers Jerome Iii of 625 Hillcrest drive Bowling Green became the Bride june 13 at i . Of Robert Webb Farnsworth son of Frederick Edward Farnsworth american consulate general Hong Kong British Crown Colony and mrs. Roble Webb Farnsworth of 1219 Randolph ave., Topeka kans. Officiating at the double ring ceremony at the Bride s Home was the Rev. Greer s. Imbrie minister of the first presbyterian Church. The Bride was escorted and Given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Eldon Snyder of Bowling Green was organist and played several Bach selections. The Bride wore an Ivory silk gown with Matching family heirloom veil. She carried Cymbio Lum orchids. Maid of Honor was miss Roxanne Mccormick of Manchester Middlebury College Roommate of the Bride. Seven year old Kate Jerome sister of the Bride was Flower girl. Best Man was Charles e. Farnsworth of Topeka brother of the bridegroom. A luncheon reception was held at the residence of the Bride s parents for the family and Bowling Green friends following the ceremony. The Mother of the Bride received in a Lavender and Blue silk jacket dress while mrs. Farnworth chose a Blue silk dress. The couple will spend two weeks at Grayling Mich. For the wedding trip the Bride wore a Pink Linen dress with harmonising accessories. Their future residence after june 27 will be Slocum Heights Syracuse University Syracuse . The Bride s father or. Jerome is president of Bowling Green state University and former Dean of the College of business at Syracuse University 1958-1963they formerly lived in Fayetteville . The Bride is the granddaughter of or. And mrs. Eugene g. Bewkes of 20 Beekman place new York City. Or. Bewkes is president emeritus of St. Lawrence University Capon . She is also the granddaughter of mrs. John Sloane of 1107 fifth ave., new York City and the late William travers Jerome or. Of new York City and old Bennington. She is also the great granddaughter of William travers Jerome District attorney of new York City from 1902 to 1910, and the great granddaughter of James Colby Colgate of new York City and Bennington. She is named for her forebear Jennie Jerome Mother of sir Winston Churchill. The bridegroom a great great grandson of Jefferson Davis president of the confederacy is the grandson of the late or. And mrs. Gerald Bertram Webb of Colorado Springs colo., and the late or. And mrs. F. Drexel Smith of Colorado Springs. Among the out of town wedding guests were the grandparents of the Bride or. And mrs. Bewkes and or. And mrs. Sloane All of new York City and the Uncle and aunt of the bridegroom or. And mrs. Charlesw Farnsworth of Lancaster mass. Miss Kathleen Mcwayne Bride of diehard Goodell Dorset a the wedding of miss Kathleen Marie Mcwayne of Dorset and Richard Edward Goodell of Manchester was solemnized saturday at 2 . In the United Church of Dorset and East Rupert. The Rev. Robert g. Dana pastor performed the ceremony. The Bride is a daughter of or. And mrs. Leroy Mcwayne and the bridegroom is a son of or. And mrs. Edmund Goodell. Theodore Cook was organist and played the wedding music including a prelude. Mrs. Thyra Stannard was vocal soloist. A reception followed at the Home of the Bride. Escorted and Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a floor length gown with White lace fitted bodice and tulle Over taffeta skirt. The Long sleeves tapered at the wrist and the bodice had a a neckline. Her shoulder length veil of tulle fell from a Pearl Coronet and she carried a colonial bouquet of White carnations. Attendants of the Bride were miss Sylvia Hartwell maid of Honor of Manchester miss Dorothy Goodell sister of the bridegroom miss Roberta Baldwin of Dorset Cousin of the Bride and Flower girls Donna Bushee of Manchester and Deborah bolster of Arlington nieces of the Bride. The senior bridal attendants were dressed in floor length gowns of Pink and carried colonial bouquets of Blue and Pink carnations. The Flower girls wore floor length gowns and also carried bouquets of Blue and Pink carnations. Best Man was Stewart Nelson of Holyoke mass. Ushers were William Mcwayne brother of the Bride Donald Goodell brother of the bridegroom William Sullivan of Springfield mass., and Steven Hebert of Springfield it. The couple left on a wedding trip of undisclosed destination the Bride travelling in a Blue printed Linen a line dress with White accessories. Their future residence will be in West Haven Conn. Mrs. Hoh Ari Allen Hilton w Wilcox Hill Spaeth Holden wedding held in Morth Bennington North Bennington miss Judith Margaret Houran daughter of or. And mrs. Vernet Houran of Oversea Road became the Bride june 8 at 6 . Of Stephen Beach Randall son of or. And mrs. W a. Randall of 315 Prospect St., Bennington. The Rev. . Clark performed the ceremony in the first Baptist Church in Salem . A reception followed at the coach Grill in Boston. The Bride was escorted and Given in marriage by her father. Attendant of the couple were miss Lisa Houran sister of the Bride As maid of Honor and Philip j. Randall brother of the bridegroom. The Bride is a 1964 graduate of North Bennington High school and Wilfred Academy of Beauty culture. She is now employed in Boston mass. Her husband now serving in the . Coast guard is a 1961 graduate of Bennington High school and of Dean Junior col lege in 1963. He also attended Castleton state College. Mrs. Randall is the granddaughter of or. And mrs. Edward Houran or. Of 704 main St., Bennington and of or. And mrs. Frederick Dalton of North Bennington. Or. Randall is a grandson of or. And mrs. Adalbert Greene of Airport Road Bennington. Poll i Ateliers Washington up a United nations ambassador Arthur j. Goldberg says the United states strongly supports the naming of impartial a poll watchers Quot by the . Or some other International organization for the scheduled elections in South Viet Nam. The ambassador talking with newsmen monday after meeting with a group of senators noted that the Saigon government had asked for . Observers. Manchester a in a 3 . Ceremony saturday in St. Paul s Church Here miss Sandra Mac Naughtan Hill younger daughter of or. And mrs. Stuart m. Hill of Sunderland became the Bride of Howard Allen Wilcox son of or. And mrs. Howard e. Wilcox of Manchester. The wedding was performed before the Rev. James b. Murray of St. Paul s Church. Following the ceremony the Rev. Jerome j. Hevey pastor of the first congregational Church in Manchester gave a prayer and Blessing. Miss Mary Stannard was organist and played several selections while the guests assembled. The Bride escorted by her father was attired in a gown of White silk organza Over crepe fashioned in an Empire style with a Bateau neckline and Short sleeves. Her skirt terminating in a Chapel train was enhanced with rows of Cut organza Flowers. A silk illusion bouffant veil fell from a Matching Pillbox circled by Cut organza Flowers. She carried a prayer Book with comb idiom orchids. Mrs. Edmund m. Scheiber jr., sister of the Bride was Matron of Honor. Honor attendants included miss Hollis Brush Cousin of the Bride miss Marcia Wilcox sister of the bridegroom miss Susan Jones and miss Rebecca Childs College classmates of the Bride. Miss Usa Brush Cousin of the Bride was a Junior bridesmaid. They wore Matching gowns of yellow flowered print Chiffon Over crepe fashioned in sleeveless Empire style Long sheaths. Large picture hats in natural Straw with Moss Green velvet trim completed their attire. They carried sheaths of yellow carnations tied with Moss Green ribbon. Ronald l. Wilcox brother of the bridegroom was Best Man. Ushers were Gerald Wilcox brother of the bridegroom Edmund Scheiber jr., brother in of the bridegroom Francis Markey and Donald Markey cousins of the bridegroom. The Bride s Mother chose an ensemble of Raspberry silk Chiffon and Shantung with Matching accessories and an Orchid Corsage. Mrs. Hill designed and made her daughters wedding gown and those of the wedding party. The Mother of the bridegroom was attired in ice Blue lace and Peau de sole with Matching accessories and Orchid Corsage. A reception for 350 guests followed at the Bride s Home in Sunderland. Mrs. Howard Hill created the wedding cake for her Niece s wedding and miss Linda Hill Cousin of the Bride circulated the guest Book. For travelling the Bride wore an Aqua Sharkut fabric suit with Black Patent leather accessories. On their return from a wedding trip to Bermuda the couple will reside in Sunderland. The Bride is a graduate of Burr and Burton Seminary in Manchester and of College in Burlington. The bridegroom is a graduate of Burr and Burton Seminary and the University of Vermont. He is past president of Alpha Gamma rho fraternity. He is affiliated in business with Wilcox bros., Silver Spring farm in Manchester. Out of town guests were from Points in Connecticut Pennsylvania new York Massachusetts South Dakota California and Montreal Canada. North Bennington a miss Susan Stuart Holden daughter of Justice and mrs. James s. Holden of North Bennington was married saturday in St. Peter s episcopal Church to John William Spaeth Iii son of Dean and mrs. John w. Spaeth or. Of Middletown Conn. The Bride s father is chief Justice of the supreme court of Vermont. The father of the bridegroom is Dean emeritus of Wesleyan University. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Frederick b. Wolf Rector of St. Peters and the Rev. Joseph c. Harvey Rector of the Church of the holy Trinity in Middletown Conn. They were assisted by the Rev. Herbert w. Sanderson assistant Rector of St. Peters Church. Jeb Holden the brides younger brother served As acolyte. Immediately following the 4 . Ceremony a reception was held at the Paradise restaurant. The Bride was Given in marriage by her father. She wore a silk organza a line gown with Chapel train. Its scoop neckline was trimmed with imported venetian lace which also formed the slight sleeves and a slim panel from neckline to hem. Her Matching Mantilla was edged with venetian lace. The Bride carried a prayer Book with Ivy streamers which had belonged to her grandmother mrs. Edward Holden. Miss Catherine Elwell of Apple Creek Ohio and North Bennington was maid of Honor. The bridesmaids were miss Mary Whalen of Cambridge mass., mrs. Joseph e. Palmer or. Of Malvern a. And miss Marianne Bayley of Winchester mass. They wore floor length a line dresses of Leaf mint Green Linen with Matching open Crown picture miss Beverly Baker becomes mrs. S. Cottrell mrs. Richard Goodell the wedding principals Are both graduates of Burr and Burton Seminary in Manchester. The Bride attended the University of Vermont and the bridegroom has just received his . In civil engineering at Worcester poly technical Institute this month. Married Drysdale Harvey announcement has been made of the marriage of mrs. Mary Forrest Harvey and Alexander . Drysdale both of Bennington. The ceremony was performed in St. Francis de sales Church at 9 . Saturday by the pastor the it. Rev. Msgr. Francis b. Flanagan attendants were miss Mary Ellen Harvey and Charles a. Harvey twin children of the Bride. The Bride was escorted by her son Robert Harvey. A breakfast for the immediate families of the wedding principals followed at Williams inn. Hoosick Falls . A the West Hoosick Baptist Church saturday at 2 . Was the scene of the wedding of miss Beverly Ann Baker daughter of or. And mrs. Clyde r. Baker of . No. I Hoosick Falls and Steven s. Cottrell son of or. And mrs. E. Gordon Cottrell of 25 Kensington ave., Pittsfield mass. The traditional wedding music was played and the Rev. Taylor b. Light performed the ceremony. White Gladioli and peonies decorated the Church. Mrs. Clarence Moseley was organist and Roger Moseley soloist Sang a because Quot and Quot the lords the Bride who was escorted and Given in marriage by her father wore a floor length Nylon sheer gown Over soft taffeta. The fitted bodice was in lace outlined portrait neckline with Long tapering sleeves. The controlled skirt was appliqued with Chantilly lace with seeded pearls and sequins. The detachable Watteau train was held by two roses. Her Elbow length veil of pure silk illusion fell from a double Queens Crown of pearls and loops of crystals. She carried orchids on a Bible. The maid of Honor miss Jane Baker a sister of the Bride was attired in a floor length gown of Seamst Blue silk blend Linen designed with Square neckline Elbow sleeves and a line skirt. The a nigh Rise Waistline was trimmed at one Side with a Flower and velvet streamers. The two other attendants. Miss Dawn Baker Cousin of the Bride and mrs. John Gleason sister of the bridegroom were dressed in Coral gowns identical to styling to that of the maid of Honor. Their headpieces consisted of a summer Flower sprinkled with sparkle flakes and entered with a Pearl from which fell pure silk illusion veils. All attendants carried sprays of Ivy. Best Man was Lloyd Donnelly fraternity brother of the bridegroom. Ushering the guests were i a Andruck mrs. Steven s. Cottrell Allen Baker brother of the Bride and John Gleason brother in of the bridegroom. A reception followed at Fellowship Hall with the brides Mother receiving in a Light Blue lace Over crepe dress with White accessories. The bridegrooms Mother chose a mint Green lace jacket dress Over crepe also with White accessories. Both had White Carnation corsages. The couple will vacation in Canada. For travelling the Bride wore a mint Green a line Linen dress with White accessories. Their future residence will be in Rochester . A graduate of Hoosick Falls High school and Broome technical Community College in Binghamton ., the Bride has been employed As a dental hygienist for or. Harry p. Harrison in Hoosick Falls. The bridegroom was graduated from Pittsfield High school and Lowell technological Institute in Lowell mass. He will be employed by Eastman Kodak company in Rochester. Out of town guests were included from Pittsfield mass. Troy Peekskill Scotia Syracuse Schenectady Dundee and Hamilton . Hats. The maid of Honor carried daisies and yellow rosebuds and the bouquets of the other attendants were of White daisies. The Flower girl was miss Betsy a. Jolivette a Cousin of the Bride. She wore a yellow gown similar to that of the attendants and carried a Basket of daisies. Her headdress was a Crown of daisies. Best Man for or. Spaeth was the Rev. Michael Wilcox curate of Christ Church Greenwich Conn. Ushers were Peter v. Holden the Bride s brother Peter Harvey of Middletown Conn. And Stuart w. Eldred of Bennington a Cousin of the Bride. The Bride is a graduate of North Bennington High school and the University of Vermont. She is a social worker for the Connecticut state welfare department in Meriden. Or. Spaeth is a graduate of it. Hermon school and attended Rollins College. He has served in the armed forces and is presently a candidate for a degree in business administration at the University of Hartford. After the reception the couple left for a two week trip. On their return they will make their Home at Middletown Conn. Married Lea Brad Ford Peru a miss carols Brad Ford daughter of mrs. Charles Phelps Noyes of Syosset l.i., and new York and Amory Howe Bradford of Aspen colo., and Sydney Longstreth Wright Lea or. Were married june la in the Peru congregational Church. He is the son of mrs. Sydney . Lea of Chestnut Hill a. And the late or. Lea. The Rev. Or. Arthur h. Bradford the Bride s Grandfather and the Rev. Richard Pryce officiated. A reception followed at Stratton Mountain inn where a Buffet dinner was served. Mrs. Lea was graduated from the Brearley school and last week from Sarah Lawrence College. The bridegroom is an alumnus of Chestnut Hill Academy and of Yale class of 1964. He is enrolled in the Yale graduate school. A bridal dinner was held Friday night at Johnny Seesaw s Here. 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