Marriage Dawn Watt Smith and Walter H Pollert Dec 26, 1959
Pollert-Smith Smith, daugh of of M r _ anc j Mrs.. John Mr. home and Mrs. spent Mrs. Watt and Walter J. Pollert, son of and Mrs. -Walter H. Pollert, married Saturday evening at 7 o'clock at thq Pollert residence Northwest Hill Rd. The Rev. H. Bagley, pastor of the Pownal Methodist Church, officiated at double ring ceremony. The bride had her sister, Mrs. Bernard Nichols, for her'matron of honor and Donald Montclare of Mcrris ; Plains, N. J., Mr. Police's uncle, was man. The bride wore a street length dress of beige lace and a single orchid. Her matron of honor a dress of aquamarine shade wore of corsage of yellow roses. Mr. Pollert, a Naval Aviation machinist's mate 2c, was in uniform. A reception for the members ol the immediate family was held the Pollert home immediately 'fol Icwing the ceremony. A buffet luncheon served by Mrs. W. H. Pollert was followed by music dancing. Out-of-town guests included Mr and Mrs. Donald Montclare and Lloyd Gierke of Morris Plains, J., Miss Mildred Kemmelein of Huntington, L. I., Mr. and Mrs Leo Fay of Bennington, Mrs. Watt of North Adams and Dempsey of North Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Pollert left today for Washington, D. C., where Pollert is stationed at the Anacos- ta Naval Training Station. They were accompanied by Mrs. Pol lert's son and daughter, John Tami.