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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 26, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Mcguirk mrs. Jean William Ratelle mrs. George Peter Hallahan _7 _ miss Sharon Anne of Neil is Bride of Jean w. Ratelle d a a u a a i j becomes mrs. G. Hanahan Ruth Elizabeth Stockman the wedding of miss Ruth Elizabeth Stockman daughter of or. And mrs. Chester e. Stockman of 323 Silver St., and Jean William Ratelle son of or. And mrs. Donat Ratelle of colonial Garden apartments was solemnized in St. Francis de sales Church sept. To at la . The Rev. Richard Mcgowan performed the ceremony and was celebrant of the nuptial mass. Mrs. Thomas Donovan presided at the Organ and played the wedding music. Soloist was mrs. Mildred Pierce who Sang pants angelic us a a Mother at thy feet is kneeling0 and communion hymn a to lord i am not worthy.0 bouquets of Pink Gladioli adorned the Church altar. The Bride who was escorted by her father wore a gown of organza Over taffeta. The Empire bodice had flounced Elbow sleeves and was in Square Cut neckline frosted with Venice lace. The full skirt was enhanced by a Bow in the Back and was entrain. Her fingertip veil of imported illusion fell from a Pearl Zed Petal Headpiece. She carried a bouquet of White daisies Button mums and baby s breath. Maid of Honor was miss Jane Dailey formerly of Bennington. The other attendants were miss Eileen Stockman sister of the Bride and miss Maureen Roy Flower girl. The senior attendants wore Rose and Pink crepe floor length gowns with headpieces to match. The Flower girls gown was in dotted Swiss. All carried Pink daisies Pink Button mums and baby a breath. Best Man was Jerald Baillargeon of Woonsocket r.i., Cousin of the bridegroom. Ushering the guests were George Stockman brother of the Bride and Jacques Baillargeon of Woonsocket r.i., another Cousin of the bridegroom. All had boutonnieres of Stepha Notis. For her daughters wedding mrs. Stockman chose a Pink Linen Tweed suit with Pink silk trim and Brown accessories. The bridegrooms Mother wore a Rose and Gray brocade dress a Rose and Gray hat with Gray aces sories. Both had Pink comb idiom corsages. A reception followed at Williams inn in Williamstown mass., where miss Cathy Roy circulated the guest Book. The couple left pm a wedding trip to Rangeley lakes Maine and upon return will reside at 108 Pratt St. For the motor trip to Maine the Bride wore an Aqua Linen Sheath with Matching accessories and Gardenia Corsage. Both the Bride and bridegroom Are graduates of Bennington Catholic High school. The Bride is a graduate of St. Joseph College and is presently registrar at Sterling and Francine Art Institute in Williamstown. The bridegroom has just completed his military duty in the . Navy submarine service. Out of town guests were included from Long Island ., and Woonsocket r.i., and from this area. Arlington in a 10 30 . Wedding ceremony in St. Margaret Mary a Church Here saturday miss Sharon Anne o Neil daughter of or. And mrs. James p. Of Neil of Arlington became the Bride of George Peter Hanahan son of or. And mrs. George w. Hanahan of la Cooper Square Taunton mass. Celebrant of the nuptial mass and performing the ceremony was the pastor the Rev. Gerald t. Buckley. Humphrey Wrin of Arlington was organist and accompanied the soloist mrs. Robert Macksey of Arlington who Sang a have Maria a a a to lord i am not worthy and a pants Bronze yellow and White mums and buttons adorned the Church altar where the couple exchanged their nuptial vows. Escorted by her father the Bride wore a Peau de sole gown in traditional styling. The fitted bodice was in scoop neckline accented by lace and pearls and had Long tapered sleeves. The skirt fell straight in the front and swept to fullness in the Back and a Chapel length train. Her Elbow length bouffant veil of silk illusion was in three tiers and fell from a Cluster of Peau de sole leaves with pearls which the Bride had fashioned. The bridal bouquet was a Cascade of White mums buttons and Ivy. Mrs. Thomas Joyce Egan of East had Dom conn., was Matron of Honor. Her gown was in Gold Peau de sole in scoop neckline Saili Bride of Robert Thomson Alpena Salli a. Zielinski daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph s. Zielinski of 1245 River St., Alpena became the Bride sept. 17 at 7 . Of Robert j. Thomson son of or. And mrs. Alex j. Thomson of Bank Street Extension North Bennington. Officiating at the ceremony in St. Paul s lutheran Church Here was the assistant pastor the Rev. Lynn Neiswander. Presiding at the Organ was miss Laura Behnke. The Church had been decorated with Gladioli and greens. The Bride wore a Short White Empire crepe dress in applique trim at the scoop neckline and Bell shape sleeves. Her Brief veil fell from a Floral head piece and she carried yellow daisies with Orange baby roses. Maid of Honor for her sister was miss Gloria Zielinski of Alpena whose Short Empire dress was in Olive Green lace designed with scoop neckline and three Quarter sleeves. Her Headpiece was a Bow with Short veil and she carried a Daisy arrangement with fall Flowers. William myer of Alpena was Best Man. Ushers were Kenneth Zielinski brother of the Bride and William Thomson brother of the bridegroom. A dinner reception followed at Parker House and the couple left on a Southern wedding trip. Upon return they will reside on Union Street Bennington. For her daughters wedding mrs. Zielinski chose a Light Blue knit suit with harmonizing accessories. The bridegrooms Mother was attired in a deep Rose knit suit with accessories to match. Both had White Lamellia corsages. The Bride is a graduate of Alpena High school and the Petoskey mich., Beauty Academy. A graduate of North Bennington High school the bridegroom is employed by Sprague electric company in North Adams mass. Engaged Jeanette Townsend Townsend Chaffee North Petersburg A or. And mrs. Floyd b. Townsend of North Petersburg have announced the engagement of their daughter Jeanette Townsend to Norman Chaffee son of or. And mrs. Lawrence Chaffee of Pownal Center. Miss Townsend is a graduate of Hoosick Falls Central school and is employed at Warren wire Pownal. Her Fiance a graduate of Bennington High school is employed at Bijur lubricating corp., Bennington. No Date has been set for the wedding. With Elbow length sleeves and a line floor length skirt. Her headdress was a Cluster of Gold Peau de sole leaves with a Short veil. She had a Cascade bouquet of Bronze mums and buttons with Ivy and wore Short White gloves. The other bridal attendants were mrs. Neil Ann Corliss of Arlington miss Ruth Cameron of Taunton mass., and it. Louise d. Hanahan . Air Force of great Falls mont., sister of the bridegroom. They were attired in gowns identical to that of the Matron of Honor but Moss Green in color. Their Cascade bouquets were of Gold mums and buthals with Ivy. Best Man was Paul j. Hanahan of Taunton twin brother of the bridegroom. The guests were ushered by Edward Corr of Taunton James p. Of Neil or. Of Arlington brother of the Bride and John Gardiner of Providence r.i., Cousin of the bridegroom. A reception with Buffet was held from 2 to 5 at West Mountain farm in West Arlington. Dinner was served to the wedding party and families of the wedding principals. The brides Mother received in Pink Chiffon Sheath with pleated sleeves and she had Matching accessories and Corsage of Light Pink sweetheart roses. The bridegrooms Mother wore an american Beauty crepe Sheath with Matching jacket and accessories and also had a Light Pink sweetheart roses Corsage. The couple left on a wedding trip to the Pocono mountains. The Bride travelled in an antique White a line dress with Matching jacket with a Brown Mink wedding ring Collar and Matching Pillbox. She had Brown accessories and a Corsage of two Loden orchids. The ensemble had been made by a Friend of the Bride mrs. Frank Joa Quim of Taunton. The Bride attended Bennington Catholic High school and was a 1961 graduate of the Academy of notre Dame Tyngsboro mass. She has modelled for Jordan Marsh amp co., Boston has been receptionist for general . Fittings electronics firm and is presently head receptionist for Morton Hospital in Taunton. The bridegroom was graduated from Wareham mass., High school and attended Boston state College. He has been a sales representative for Jordan Marsh amp co. In Boston and currently is a Salesman for Independent electronic sales inc., Arlington mass. He has completed two of five years in the . Marine corps reserves. Upon return from their wedding trip they will reside at 53 Grant St., Taunton mass. Out of town guests were included from Points in Vermont new York Rhode Island Massachusetts Montana Maine new Jersey Iowa new Hampshire and Connecticut. Five Day forecast Boston up a new England temperatures during the next five Days tuesday through saturday will average up to seven degrees below the seasonal Normal. The . Weather Bureau said today there will be Little Day to Day change in the period except for a Cooling trend about Friday. Some normals for the forecast period Are Boston 62 Worcester 57 Nantucket 60 Providence r.i., 60 Concord n.h., 55 Burlington vt., 56 and in Maine Portland 55 Eastport 54 Greenville 50 and Caribou 50. At Boston the Normal maximum temperature is 70 and the Normal minimum is 54. Rainfall during the period will average As much As .5 Inch late wednesday and thursday. Open Mon. Sat. 9 30 to 5 30. Friday till 9 . Convenient Union St. Customer parking lot amp Entrance in item Spring mrs. Robert j. Thomson Honiker Mccarron Bennington Banner monday september 26, 1966�?3 a j it myth amt Hil Ani it m bul Lac m Noveck Shultz inc. A your jewelry Headquarters 411 main St. Dial 2-6926 Bennington it. We import our diamonds direct from Cutter to eliminate the middleman. Milton mass. A miss Virginia Ann Mccarron daughter of or. And mrs. John Mccarron of Milton became the Bride sept. 17 of Paul James Honiker in St. Mary of the Hills Church Milton. Or. Honiker is the son of or. And mrs. . Honiker of Bennington. The Rev. Gerard Dacier officiated at the nuptial mass and double ring ceremony. The Bride was Given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of White embroidered silk organza Over White Peau de sole with a Chapel train. Her shoulder veil was arranged from a Matching circlet and she carried a bouquet of eucharist lilies Ivy and Stepha Notis. Mrs. James Mcalear or. Of Canton was Matron of Honor for her sister. She wore a gown of Bronze taffeta Empire style Brown velvet trimmed bodice a dior Bow headdress and carried a bouquet of yellow and Brown daisies and pompous and Croton leaves. The Flower girl was Kimberly Ann Darden of Canton Niece of the Bride who wore Lemon color taffeta Coronet and Flowers in White Basket of Bronze and yellow daisies. Robert f. Honiker of Bennington was his brother a Best Man. The Ushers were Richard Amber of Bridgewater and Thomas Meehan of Needham. A reception followed at the South Shore country club Hingham. After a wedding trip to Washington d.c., the couple will live in Stoughton. The Bride is employed As a technician at it. Auburn Hospital Cambridge. Or. Honiker is employed in the accounting division of Massachusetts Institute of technology. Identically gowned in Gold taffeta with Gold and Brown trimmed velvet were the bridesmaids. Miss Rosemary Cana Van of Cambridge and mrs. Thomas Meehan of Needham. Pay a Loveland Lampron mrs. Dorotha e. Loveland of Bennington has announced the engagement of her daughter Gail May Loveland to Victor Ernest Lampron son of mrs. Ruth Lampron of Bennington. Miss Loveland attended Bennington High school. Her Fiance is a graduate of Bennington Catholic High school and St. Joseph College. An october wedding is planned. A Diamond symphony play upon Tho strings of her heart with a Fine Diamond a magnificent Gem in a romantic setting of your Choice. Our Diamond specialist will be Happy to show and explain the True facts about Diamond value and Quality in the Stone you select. Playtex As seen on to Bra and Girdle Sale save in. On the exciting new living Quot lightly padded Bra Reg. $4.95 now Only $3.95. Just the merest bit of delightfully soft fiber fill lining in the cups gives you the gentle natural shaping you be always wanted. Machine washable even in bleach keeps its life month after month fully lined Nylon lace cups. White. 32a-36c. Save a. 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