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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 4, 1966, Bennington, Vermont W Oman n world mothers first chaperones second just poking around by Jean Wassick one of the Best things about being a non working Mother is that it leaves her free to be volunteered by her offspring for Little school affairs like trips and parties and picnics and stuff. Of course i m not admitting in Public print that i never work. You know perfectly Well what i mean. Non working referred to a full time Job outside the Home. The kind that pays Money volunteering is the easiest part. She does no to even have to think about it. That is what children Are for. A my Mommy will go. She does no to have anything to do that would have been a funny line of it weren to so darned True. The fact of the matter is that by not having anything much to do i be had two great times in the last couple weeks. A of the first was a trip to the Albany museum with the third was a gorgeous Day perfect for Riding to the new York state capital in the Back of a school bus. Us mothers Rode in the Back so we intimidate the kids. You know make some of the kids ride sitting next to a grown up All the Way Down and Back. Do you know its bumpy in the Back of a school bus and do you know that its doubtful of a Crew of third graders could be intimidated with mothers sitting on their laps that museum is really very Nice especially the Indian and the animal exhibits. Either in be forgotten what third Grade was like or kids Are a lot smarter these Days and i m inclined to think its the latter. The children knew More about indians and could identify More animals than i could Ever Hope to but i made a masterful Endeavor to hide by ignorance by pulling up the end of the line. This also facilitated rounding up stragglers and concluding the tour with the same number we began with. We Pic nicked on the Way Home. And were serenaded to the tune of my country tis of thee my country hated me sent me to Germany to see the King. His name was Donald Duck he drove a garbage truck he lived in a haunted House with Mickey mouse i can testify that it is nearly As rousing As the old John Jacob Jingle Heimer Smith ditty we used to sing. Does anyone remember that besides me then last week Mary Jean and i were kindly invited by the second Grade to tour the novitiate farm. Once More we were blessed with Good weather it was before Winter decided to move in again and we Pic nicked on the grounds which Are incredibly Beautiful. Homemaking Sot is homemakers the Orchard was aglow with Apple blossoms and the baby animals just Darling. We saw a mama pig so fat that she made me feel positively Skinny an added Bonus. Children of this age Are so wonderful. They Are kind a would you like one of my marshmallows Athey Are solicitous a a in la carry that for and they just enjoy everything they see and hear. A Mother could t ask for a nicer time than to chaperone a class of boys and girls who done to need it. To do it twice my cup run Neth Over. A of . When we assembled for that first trip it was immediately obvious that we were mothers first and chaperones second. Between the six of us we had tissues paper towels paper bags wet Wash cloths in plastic bags car sick pills aspirin Bac Tine and a Carton for litter. That has to say something for the preparedness of the modern woman meeting held Iii West Arlington think a a first for one Stop banking service for into u Itu siness and the i of i rid ital North Bennington Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance corporation by i a it Ion Harris county Extension agent last weeks Spring meeting of the homemaker Extension Council held at West Arlington turned out to be a gala affair. At 7 . Many of the women arrived and began setting up exhibits placing gifts on the Sale table and our hostess groups from West Arlington and Arlington served Coffee and pastry. Mrs. Betty Kamber of Manchester presided at the formal meeting which opened with the Flag Salute and reports from mrs. Mildred Hayes Secretary and mrs. Walthrude Pierce treasurer. The chairman of the nominating committee mrs. Mary Lourlee presented the following slate of officers for 1966-68. President mrs. Malcolm Clough of Dorset vice president mrs. Howard Hill of Sunderland and treasurer for one year Moore of Rupert. Mrs. Mildred Hayes Secretary will continue in office for another year. Or. Leonard Rowe of Bennington College faculty was introduced by mrs. Howard Hill. His topic a Viet name trial or tragedy a gave much information and background for understanding the problem of trying to give assistance to this Little country and the Many facts on the sidelines involved in the . Being involved in Viet names problems. Reports of the project leaders Cash name tapes Ideal for Camp dry Shales free parking armory parking next door Madkour scentral Market open sunday 8 to i pull a i the Arft it be Aid to Cue keep lilies away. Decorative colourful Candle containers for gardens pools walks. Placed along walks or around patios pools and gardens they offer Border Light and glamorize summer nights. Holder snaps onto base of can foot Lite is then inserted in ground. They last a Long time stay lighted even in wind. Available in Blue Orange yellow and Green. Fife Candle Mill esst 4rlihgtcntvermont d Aily 9-5, Sun d ays 1-5 showed Many and varied activates in the local groups. In citizenship mrs. Damour said a Many have studied the Flag and worked in getting people out to mrs. Helen Pearson a report on health stressed diabetes testing and emotional control. Many groups have been involved in Community programs concerning health a such As heart cancer medicare Etc. In family relationships mrs. . Simmons of North Bennington reported that emphasis has been on baby sitting classes and study of pre school children. This will continue next year. Mrs. Hell mets International relations chairman read letters from our Little Indian child a James Jim and our filipino girl Carridad and urged support of these programs for another year. Tour chairman Evelyn Jones stated that the bus trip to Strawberry Banke on june was subscribed almost fully. Mrs. Walthrude Pierce invited All to attend Day Camp on june 13 at Camp Onawa from 9 30 . On. Mrs. Robert Jones reported on safety and noted several groups making studies of child safety. One group held a class in Rifle safety which was held in cooperation with the Rod amp gun club. Around 40 Young people were trained in gun safety. The outgoing president mrs. Kamber was presented with a Charm Bracelet and Extension homemakers insignia on the Charm after which the meeting adjourned. A 0�?o All interested homemakers Are invited to attend the state Council meeting which takes place at the University of Vermont Campus in Southwick auditorium on june 21-22. The theme of this conference is on the first Days program gets underway with a Coffee hour at 9 30 . And registration. Following the preliminaries of introducing the various county Delegate groups Dan Thomas Dowe of the College of agriculture will Welcome the homemakers and greetings will be brought by director Robert Davison of the Extension service. Highlight of the morning program is at la . When miss Lisa Sergio internationally known lecturer will talk on a your Power As a citizen in our Ulm president Shannon Mccune will speak at 1 45 . On a a citizen looks at education a at 2 30 . All those attending will break into special study groups on education government parental attitude and citizenship responsibility for Good health Scenic Beauty and citizenship United nations responsibility for Highway safety citizenship tour to Washington and a teen Ager looks at citizenship. The groups will come Back together at 4 15 . For a recreation and music session with mrs. Rachel Lacross. In the evening the banquet will be held at Simpson Hall at which time mrs. Faith prior and mrs. Kathleen Strassburg will present a program. One june 22 the annual business meeting will be Iii session. Miss Ruth Barnes an Essex county 4-h member will talk on a youth and citizenship and at i . The closing lecture will be Given by Cornelius o. Gran Ai a what do you the total Cost for the two Day conference is $8.60. Reservations should be made by june to at the county Extension office. Transportation will be arranged. Of interest Here is a Story by Jack Sweeney which appeared in the Boston Herald May 25 As it makes reference to Herb Gallagher athletic director at northeastern University who was a former manager player with the generals Bennington steam in the Northern baseball league Days in the 1940s. Sweeney writes a a 10,000-mile-Long red tape stretches from 13 Grant ave. In Watertown to an orphanage in Seoul Korea. A Kim Johnnie a 3v2-year-old korean american is on the far end waiting while the woman wants to adopt him is on this end trying to Cut the tape. A capt. And mrs. Stanley Krol or. Had wanted another son for some time before he left for a korean tour of duty in january. A Joyce Krol whose father Herb Gallagher is athletic director at northeastern University is living in Watertown while her husband Stanley commands a signal company in Inchon. A the saw Kim Johnnie while visiting an orphanage in Seoul. Officials there said the boy s Mother wanted to put her son up for adoption. A Joyce says she a fell in love with the pictures her husband sent Home and they decided to adopt the boy. A a a he stand a Chance Over there a she said a since he would be rejected by his own people because of his mixed parents a officials of a private Agency in Seoul advised capt. Krol that the easiest Way to have the boy would be for the Captain to adopt him Over there through the korean courts. A but the american embassy informed him that he could not bring the boy into this country until his wife had seen the boy in person in Korea. A so mrs. Krol picked up the Ball at this end but has t gained a Yard against the red tape she has run up against at state Federal and private agencies in Worcester and Boston. A one of the stumbling blocks she said is the requirement that her husband be present for Home study interviews. A i can t believe its a Stone Wall that he can t adopt Kim Johnnie Over there because in a Here and that i can to adopt him Here because Stanley a a a a but no one i talked to seems to be Able to Tell me what to do next she said. A the other Day she wrote to sen. Edward m. Kennedy about the matter. A a a i m waiting to hear from him now she said. A two people in Korea Are also a of sunday june 12 is the Lith annual militia Day at old Stur your Good times come out Best on Kodak \ film by Agnes Rockwood Bridge Village in Sturbridge mass. This Day symbolizes the traditional a Muster Quot or a training Quot Days of Early America when All Able bodied men turned out fully armed to answer Rol Call and Drill on the Village Green. Those who failed to attend were fined. There was always music and marching As Well As food and drink for All. Six historic military units garbed in the uniforms of the revolutionary War and the War of 1812 will participate in this years program. They include the Mattituck drum band of Waterbury cam., founded in 1767 the Lexington mass. Minutemen the Kentish guards of Rhode Island whose distinguished Leader was Gen. Nathanael Greene the second corps Salem mass. Cadets the Putnam Phalanx of Hartford conn., and the Bedford mass. Minutemen. The program begins promptly at noon with a Parade around the old Village followed by a Short Fife and drum concert in front of the greek revival meetinghouse built in 1832. Following a second Parade at 2 30, a copy of the Bill of rights will be posted and a Flag raising ceremony held on the Village Green. Following the raising of a Liberty pole a uniformed militiaman will shinny it and affix a Liberty Cap at the top. Then to the ruffle of Drums the Star spangled Banner will be raised. This 15 starred and 15 striped Flag represents the 13 original states As Well As Vermont and Kentucky the 14th and 15th states to be admitted to the Union. The original Flag flew Over it. Mchenry during the War of 1812 and inspired Francis Scott key to pen our present National Anthem. It is the Flag flown during the period of new England history 1790 1840, represented at old Sturbridge Village. Militia Day Gingerbread a special treat on such occasions Long ago will be dispensed from Booths on the Village Green and also freshly pressed Massachusetts cider for the thirsty marchers and spectators. The Village presents this Day As an educational program in keeping with its purpose to preserve and present the spirit of new England a past. A of a 19-year-old japanese violinist won the 10th annual Merri weather Post contest for violinists and cellists last week in Washington during a concert with the Washington National symphony under the direction of Howard Mitchell. She isma Itsumu a a student at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia. Second place was taken by an 18-year-old cellist from Zagreb Yugoslavia Valter Despalj who is a student at the Peabody Institute in Baltimore. Annie Kavafian an 18-year-old from the Royal Oak Kimball High school in Michigan placed third playing the violin. Judges were William Kroll of the Kroll quartet Berl Senofsky of Peabody conservatory Homer Ulrich of the University of Maryland and Mihaly i Rilay principal cellist of the Baltimore symphony. Bennington Banner saturday Juno i 1966-3 haute couture goes to the Linen closet school lunch red Brick monday a vegetable soup cheese sandwiches coleslaw peach upside Down cake milk. Tuesday a meat loaf potatoes peas Grapefruit sections milk. Wednesday a Tomato juice goulash with ground beef and tomatoes spinach pineapple upside Down cake milk. Thursday a picnic. Friday a Macaroni and cheese tossed salad bread butter ice Cream cake milk. Bennington the Beautiful by Daniel Purcell i have been in some faraway places i have wandered and roamed Here and there. Some Are known the world Over while to others the visits Are rare. Here i be met Many visiting tourists and asked them their reasons to state. Some will Marvel at Vermont s tranquil mountains that help to make Bennington great. When they visit us on their Long journey from North South East or the West they will Stop a moment and Ponder when asked which View they like Best. Some will say it s our glorious Sunrise with its beams reaching out mile of mile this brings warmth to the hearts of the viewers like the Bloom of a baby s Sweet smile. Others recall the wonderful sunsets Rich tinting that gleams As it can a heavenly tableau of colors that cannot be copied by Man. People Praise our Library and museum and our Hospital there on the Knoll views from the Monument they line or forget so impressive for body and soul. There Are those who listen to radio others the to enjoy but when afternoon comes they All relax and wait for the polite Banner boy. Yes our town is noted for Beauty and Friendly people the Core. May the Good god love and protect us til life s Short journey is o or. By Gay Pauley up women s editor new York up a what once belonged to the Linen closet now also belongs to haute couture. If you can imagine a natural Mink coat lined with red and White striped sheets or a reversible mongolian Lamb coat with a crazy quilt lining also made from sheets you re getting the idea. Or take what designer Pauline Trigere has created from a Black Gold and beige Sunburst patterned Bedspread. She a created a Black Gold and beige Sunburst evening gown that a what. What is new is sheets lining Mink Coats the idea of furrier Jacques Kaplan and John Moore the Texas born designer who did mrs. Lyndon b. Johnson s inaugural Ball gown turning his hand to cocktail dresses made from Shower curtains. Moore did a cocktail ensemble with swinging Short coat Cut from a White All Wool Blanket and added jewelled buttons to its double breasted Silhouette. He paired it with a sleeveless and collarless Skimmer dress made from a subtly striped Satin moire Shower curtain. Seventeen designers used their imagination on bedspreads Bath towels blankets sheets Pillow cases and Shower curtains to create a a spectacular Quot for feel Crest which just happens to manufacture All the items mentioned. The firm showed the results this week at a Pool Side fashion show at the four seasons restaurant. Some hemlines occasionally dipped into the water but mrs. June Mohler the company s fashion coordinator assured a water wont Hurt unfortunately the manufacturer is not duplicating the designs for the Home seamstress. It plans to Send the show on the Road for retail store promotion. But with a Little skill at the Needle Why not try your hand at the Linen closet level some of the ideas the other designers had Donald Brooks turned Floral patterned towels in Blue and Violet tones into a sleeveless hostess coat worn Over slim Slacks of the same fabric and finished off with a Long sleeved crepe not from the Linen closet Blouse. Oscar de la Renta used deep textured White towels to make a Short cocktail coat with White Mink banding the Collar and bordering the closing. Daphne Logan a designer from Jamaica turned a red and White polka Dot patterned Towel into a Bikini. A Dele Simpson used a Thermal Blanket in White to make into a Slacks and coolie coat costume with the Slacks topped by Over Blouse made of Bandana patterned Pillow cases. Andrew Wood turned an antique Ivory Bedspread into a rhinestone flecked evening coat worn with a dress made of Gold and White sheets. The gown sweeps the floor at it the Back and is shortened to just above the ankle in front. To finish off the gown a Hemline fringe which was the bedspreads Border and a giant Black taffeta Bow tied at Center front were added. The taffeta was not part of the original spread. It is not new when designers raid upholstery and drapery fabric departments for brocades satins and Homespun to turn into ready to Wear. And terrycloth the making of towels is a Standard in sportswear. Chance location Bracknell England up a a group of army cadets has changed the location of its Parade grounds because of embarrassment caused by the Wolf whistles received when marching in View of a neighbouring girls club. Daniel Purcell a native vermonter resides on Washington Avenue is a world War i Veteran and served with Gen. Lewis b. Hersey now National selective service head. A resident of Bennington for some years now he was previously located in new York City with a City construction firm. In his spare time he occasionally writes a bit of verse and thought this one appropriate in the approach of the summer travel Erst season. a j leather goods i great for gifting i Grad or dad i i. Wallets i. Cigarette cases jewelry cases. Attache cases. Leather covered decanters Noveck Shultz inc. A your downtown Giet Center Quot 411 main St. Dial 2-6926 2 i 1111111111 ii i i first National stores i i Givi. / North Bennington roof a Bennington Vermont Stamps by to see us for a Complete Stock of Kodak film. Quality finishing too frosts pharmacy North St. Dial 2-5980 berm i Egton Coffee Reg. Or drip i la. Bag Williamstown mass. Good cheer Good food visit the longhorn room Steak or roast beef with salad potato garlic bread a you la never have it a so Good for a so Little a closed mondays open 9 30 to 5 30. Friday till 9 Nichols us ii summer straws in full swing. Black. White hone Metal and Shell and leather trim 2w s12 s

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