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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Early american Art and design to be taught by gym Shelburne just Pokin around by Agnes Rockwood Burlington a the Shelburne museum and University of Vermont will inaugurate a cooperative study and lecture program in american Art and design this summer making use of the internationally known resources of the museum s collections depicting the Early life of Vermont and new England. Ulm will offer a course Art and design in America the Folk Art tradition to be taught during the six week summer session from july 6 to aug. 17. The course will be taught at the Shelburne museum by mrs. Mary Childs Black director of the museum of Early american Folk arts in new York City. At the sane time the museum will sponsor a series of five weekly free Public lectures at the museum on the theme of american Art and design beginning july 14, ending aug. La. Both acting Ulm president Lyman s. Rowell and museum president j. Watson Webb or. Expressed pleasure in the new program which is an outgrowth of a desire Long held by the museums founders or. And mrs. J. Watson Webb to make the museum available As a teaching resource. Cooperative museum Ulver sity programs have been established by a number of other institutions including the Winterthur museum University of Delaware Williamsburg William and Mary and Cooperstown state University of new York at Shelburne museum Una Versley of Vermont program was developed by or. Ralph n. Hill and s. Whitney Landon trustees of the museum by Sterling d. Emerson director of the museum , Bradley Smith Art department and mrs. James Marvin research department for the Shelburne museum and for the University by or. Raymondv. Phillips summer session director or. Richard Janson director of the Fleming museum prof. Francis Colburn chairman a i i gift charting summer program Shelburne museum director Sterling Emerson left and University of Vermont summer session director Raymond v. Phillips discuss plans for course to be offered by Ulm this summer at the Shelburne museum making use of museums outstanding collections depicting Early life of Vermont and new England. Museum will offer a series of free lectures including one aboard the historic a a Ticonderoga a where this photo was taken. Of the department of Art and prof. Betty Bandel department of English. The summer session course in which three undergraduate College credits May be earned will consist of lectures discussions and gallery Tours stressing studies of original objects in the museum collection from the colonial period to the end of the 19th Century. The lecture series will open a talk by mrs. Black on a an encyclopedia of american design at Shelburne a and will present a continuing series by a number of guest lecturers. Topics will include Early american furniture american Side wheelers Folk sculpture and Folk artists. All will be in the Webb galleries at the museum except the july 28 lecture which will be aboard the Side Wheeler a a Ticonderoga on the museum grounds. The lectures will be free to the Public but those interested in attending should Reserve tickets by calling or writing the Shelburne museum. Mrs. Black who will teach this years inaugural course has served As director of the museum of Early american Folk arts in new York City since 1964. Prior to that she was associated with the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art collection at Williamsburg va., from 1957 to 1964, and As curator and director from 1960-64. She has lectured extensively in this country and England contributed articles to a american heritage a a Antiques a a part in american and other publications is assistant producer of a series of Folk Art films recently produced a film strip for National distribution and has made frequent appearances on television. Young Gerry Morrissey of Bennington who graduates from Blair Academy in Blairstown n.j., sunday of which his father Gerald e. Morrissey is an alumnus was taken Aback last week when the Umpire in Back of the plate where the former chs athlete was catching for Blair against St. Benedictus High school of Newark asked after the fourth inning of play a is your name Morrissey a Gerry naturally was startled because nobody had called out his name during that time and he certainly did no to know the Umpire. A yes a said Gerry. The umpires eyes lit up and he said a did your father Ever Tell you about going up to baseball Camp in new Hampshire one summer while he was at Blair a a ooh yes he has talked to me about it several times a said Young Gerry still puzzled. A Well in a Del pop Stallings the coach who brought your dad to new Hampshire As my Catcher in that summer Camp league. In be watched you since you came on the Diamond and you play like your dad walk like him and look like him. Lets see that was Back in 1935 when i last saw him �?30 years ago. Your name just had to be Morrissey i figured a the Umpire explained. Gerry s father tells us that at that time Stallings was coach at Ridgewood n.j., High school and later for some years was head coach at Newark Academy. The senior Morrissey who says pop must be still going Strong As a baseball official these Days was also surprised that Stallings memory was so Sharp after three decades. Incidentally Gerry a father also reports that William Mckean now of Bristol vt., who drove the first Highway Post office into the Bennington office and is a Highway Post office clerk coming to Bennington regularly was a member of one of Stallings Champion baseball teams at Ridgewood and later was with pop at the same summer Camp league in new Hampshire. . St. Benedictus won the game 1-0. In addition to its regular weekly programs of hit musicals and plays at the Colonie summer theatre in Latham n.y., Eddie Rich has announced that one night special attractions have been booked. First Headliner will be Carlos Montoya the world famous master of the flamenco guitar who will give a recital on july 12, consisting of his own arrangements and original compositions based on the Spanish Gypsy tradition. Duke Ellington and his popular orchestra will be the attraction july 26. Ellington internationally recognized As one of the Foremost composers arrangers pianist and bandleader will be heard in a diversified program. On aug. 2 the nations Best Selling jazz pianist Ahmad Jamal will demonstrate his exceptional ability in a varied program together with his group called a the four the renowned vocalist Johnny Mathis accompanied by an 18-piece orchestra will be on stage aug. 16. A feature Story in a recent Issue of the Burlington free press about Clinton m. Russell jr., a licensed practical nurse at Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington is of local interest because he is a Nephew of mrs. Frank Wbaker of main Street. His father c. Marshall Russell formerly lived in Bennington and attended school Here. He is mrs. Baker s brother. Elizabeth Kirkness in an interview with the younger Russell writes that a Clint Russell has found the profession so challenging and rewarding that he plans to Complete requirements for his . Degree at Castleton state College where he will enrol this his wife Phyllis teaches second Grade this year in Essex Center but Hopes to teach in some nearby Community to Castleton in september. Her husband will have two More years of study. They have one daughter Laurie Lee who is la months old. Hundreds of handmade quilts from Maine to Texas will be coming in to the Pennsylvania Folk life society offices at Kutztown pa., to be entered in the society a first quilting contest offered this year As a feature of the 16th annual Pennsylvania dutch Folk festival july 3 through to. The society is holding the contest to help revive this nostalgic needlework once so popular in Rural America and now continued As a popular pastime among the Pennsylvania dutch Plain sects. There will be four classes pieced Patchwork appliqued Patchwork embroidered and All quilted. Three Cash prizes will be awarded in each category plus elaborate trophies and a grand prize. Quilts will be received at the society offices at 218 West main St. From june 14 to july 2, the Day they will be taken to the festival grounds and put on exhibit in a Large new Pavilion. Judging will be july 3. All entries prizewinners and others will be offered for Sale the proceeds going to individuals or organizations entering the quilts in the contest. Additional inquiries concerning the contest should be mailed to the society offices at Kutztown. A 30-year sampling of the original works of noted Illustrator Norman Rockwell of Stockbridge mass., formerly of West Arlington is contained in an exhibit now at Albany City and county savings Bank. The showing will continue through june 25. Father Julian Laflamme of notre Dame Church St. Johnsbury formerly of Bennington was the principal speaker at memorial Day exercises in St. Johnsbury monday. What do you do when you find a lost Carrier Pigeon that a the question asked the Banner Many times. We always used to refer them to the late Harry g. Remington Bennington Post office Carrier who had the information about notifications of the proper parties. For a while a Veteran at the Vermont soldiers Home kept track. This week former postmaster Ward l. Lyons found one of these Birds with the Metal marking and rubber band which read a med 842 a 64.�?� if there is someone in this area who is authorized to take care of these Carrier pigeons we wish he would let us know so we can relay the name when another query comes to the Banner. Michael c. Quadland son of or. And mrs. M. Warren Quadland of Bennington and Hampton Beach ., who will be graduated this month from Dartmouth College will enter the Yale University graduate school of Medicine this fall As a candidate for the degree of master of Public health from its department of epidemiology and Public health. His major course of study will be Hospital administration. The Twenty acres More or less 33 Bennington Banner. Saturday. June 5. 1965-3 w Oman s world into the Woods by Jean Wassick on memorial Day we were tossing around suggestions As to what to do. About the Only criterion Laid Down As that it involve driving too far in the car. We finally decided on a walk in the Woods. A up where daddy Hunts a chose the boys. So off we went to Searsburg at least i think ifs Searsburg up Over Woodford and where the new Road is into what the men Call the Valley. I know not even what Valley but the High tension lines through it you notice How blithely i put that a off we in All honesty it was t quite like that. A of How would you describe the memorial Day weather it Wasny to hot certainly. I termed it Cool and judging that it would be much More so on the Mountain i went searching for jackets. Said search finally resulted in a pile of ski jackets. Himself spied them. A a you re taking those a a a Well it la be a lot colder up there and they re warm but not heavy and i you think?.�?� a a in a not taking you to the Yukon. And the kids have got sweatshirts on. Just grab their windbreakers or already you can Tell in Man experienced woodsman can t you his idea of getting ready was to take off his Mocas sins women of the Moose notes Twenty co workers enjoyed the Academy of Friendship program arranged by Helen Foster at the june 2 meeting. A lunch was served by mrs. Foster and committee following the meeting. Julia Gates was Given the Surprise gift. On june 16 the installation of officers will take place. A Short meeting is called for 7 30 . With installation to follow at 8. Installing officer will be past governor Carlton Bahan. Installing chairman is Fred Harwood governor Vernon Hollister installing chaplain Azarias Betit installing guide. Bessie Burgess will be chairman of refreshments and Gladys Knapp will bring the Surprise gift. Saturday june 19, coworkers Are reminded of the Home bake Sale to be held at the grand Union starting at to . Co chairmen for the Sale will be Isabelle Labarge and Anna Bahan. Young Many a parents own and operate spindrift a luxury Motel on the coast of Hampton Beach and reside in Bennington in the Winter. They formerly owned and operated the Berkshire Hills Motel and gift shop in Williamstown and earlier were associated with or. Quadland a parents or. And mrs. Warren m. Quadland of North Adams in Quadland a Flower shop a Branch of which was located Here on main Street a number of years ago. Javery memorials 517 South Street Bennington Vermont Call mrs. Ernest h. Javery mrs. Alan h. Page diaries becomes a woodsman give them my Sig Sipski two weeks they la remember forever the 1965 deadline for invitations for fresh air children aged 5 to 12 is july 1st. Assure the two weeks visit longer if you wish of one or More children to your Home starting july 14.fill in the Coupon and mail today the proper care and feeling of the child during his visit is your Only responsibility. Of a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a please acknowledge invitation for. Children i boy s girl e age. I race religion. J name. J address. I City and state. Phone. I address mail to mrs. Fran Stacy Shaftsbury it. By Carlo Wolter shortly after we came to Vermont it was evident that Charles pension would not suffice. Therefore we were faced with the necessity of refilling our purse alarmingly deflated during the summer months. And that presented a problem. Of course Charles could go to work. But what could he do the question was unexpectedly answered when we met Forest Ranger Ralph Amundson. A would you be interested a he asked Charles a in Clearing Forest fire trails girdling Trees and scaling lumber during the Winter months a and that show Charles became a woodsman. From Early conscious buried under Snow. The Bennington Banner Quot telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. 442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., by the Banner publishing corporation. Member of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use for republication of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 10c per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-mlle radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70,1 year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 special rates for servicemen. Second class postage paid at Bennington it. Then again i saw him wedged in the morning until darkness fell he and three other inexperienced woodsmen under the guidance of Amundson slashed and chopped at the Frozen wilderness. All Winter Long they tramped through the Woods Clearing out fire trails Many of them old Stagecoach routes that wound up and Down and around the mountains now overgrown with Brush. They culled weak Trees and girdled deformed and sickly ones by Chipping out a four Inch band of bark deeply penetrating the cambium layer. A tree thus treated will eventually die. But Long before it Dies the absence of foliage opens up a passageway for Sun and air to promote the growth of younger and healthier Trees. Sometimes when snowshoeing in and out of the Woods was too cumbersome the men spent the night in one of the Hunting Cabins which stood unlocked on National Forest land. Thus i never knew if Charles would come Home at night or not. That a Why i Wasny to concerned when mrs. Amundson telephoned one afternoon to say a your husband May not be Home a ooh yes a i answered a i expected him to stay in Camp tonight because ifs been snowing quite a ooh no a she said a it Isnit that. He a lost. But done to worry. My husband and the other men will find him. They re looking for him now. My head swam. Horrible pictures about being lost in the Woods unfolded before my imagination. I saw Charles lying in in a Crevasse hanging by his snowshoes upside Down his face Blue and cold. But nothing like that happened. The Day had begun Bright and sunny. During the morning a Strong wind sprung up that Bent Young Trees like Reeds. Snow was falling steadily and the temperature had dropped to 20 below Zero by noon. Charles had been working near a Beaver Pond. Engrossed in girdling marking Trees for cutting Ana keeping warm he had paid no attention to where he was going until he had lost sight of the Pond. He had no gun to give a distress signal and his shouts were stifled by the wind. So instead of staying where he was he walked to what he thought was the direction of the Trail. Instead he walked in circles. Not until he chanced upon another Beaver dam barely recognizable As such unaware that it Wasny to the one he had lost did he sit Down to wait. That a where the men finally caught up with him hours later. When he came Home late that night no worse for Wear he Wise cracked about his escapade. A there was nothing to worry about a he said repeatedly a i just sat Down because i was much later he admitted that it Hadnot been funny at All that his Snowshoe tracks were snowed under As fast As he made them and that he would be continued walking had he known that it was the wrong Beaver Pond in which Case he might have never been found. He had gained a deep respect for the Woods. Fortunately Charles had been dressed for the ordeal and did no to even catch a cold. Nevertheless he enjoyed staying Home when persistent siberian cold and extremely heavy snowfalls interrupted the Forest work for several weeks. Meanwhile there were things to do at Home including filling the Larder with a pig. Continued next week automated . Bigger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. Put on his work shoes and stuff a handful of sour balls into his shirt pocket. That a ready anyhow a few minutes later i was caught sneaking a squeeze bottle of Baxtine and a Box of band aids into my pocketbook and that reduced him to gales of laughter. A of i also put in a bag of those miniature Milky ways on the premise that All in be heard about chocolate being Quick Energy is True. I planned to carry the Candy assuming that id be the one most Likely to need the Energy. Maybe before i even left the House after lamenting a bit about the fact that the sturdiest footwear i own is a pair of sneakers with a Hole in each toe and after being assured by himself that wed stick to the Wood Road since Mary Jean is just four and certainly anyplace Little legs could take my big sneakers could take me we were about ready. Next was bathroom Check. Everybody d been. A if you take much longer have to line up All Over a a in a ready dear. A of wait a minute. I have to comb my hair a a to go into the Woods a an applicant wrote a i write this letter a the four Effs Agene Lee Are highly regarded in this area. A i am willing to go to school at my own expense if the course Isnit Over six months and if it then would be possible to become an agent for your company. I would move anywhere in Maine or new Hampshire. Our reply a a while we appreciate your willingness to go to school that in t really necessary. You May As Well be earning commission during those six months As spending Money. Quot in our 84 years in real estate we have developed a plan that enables highly ethical folks to learn in Advance whether or not they re suited for real estate a and if they Are they re already quite yell., trained at no Cost at All. If you Duke to learn More about real estate As we conduct it write for test questions. There a no obligation. More vermonters have joined four Effs in the last year than in any preceding year four Effs realty . Box 264 Manchester 08105 for a moment there i think the whole idea Hung precariously in midair. So i did no to bother with Mascara or powder just comb and lipstick a of its wonderful to drive Only a few Miles and be in such incredibly Beautiful country. Joe showed the children Deer tracks and we frightened some frogs on the Edge of a swampy area. There were loads of wind Flowers of boy i have to again profess my ignorance. Some were White with red centers and another kind had shiny Flat leaves sort of like Lily of the Valley leaves with a yellow a changing belly Type Blossom. There were wee miniature White violets and great Long stemmed purple ones of which we picked a Lovely bouquet. But the bugs. I thought it might be too Early for them but no such Luck. They were so Pesky that i feared to open my Mouth and you can imagine what a trial that was. Maybe when they get tired of figuring out How to put strawberries into my Box of Corn flakes and men on the Moon there la be time to tackle bigger problems like ridding a Beautiful Mountain of millions and trillions of bugs. A product of Elgin Eltra a tour 17 jewel Surprise watch of the year pita of Ditrol Tai. Fiat i naft Yta Aff if Tau Ultra Noveck Shultz inc. 411 main St. Bennington it. Of $129 Doz Barbo fresh j a fed chickens i clams in j i1/4 and 1/2 la to 20 i ? l 3 la. $ i Doz fear Rem it i avg. A. I c j with tap ii Vega 49 it Salem a super Market full service banking a Man needs full service Hanking when he has the responsibility of a Home c a and family. Get full service at. The Vermont Bank and Trust company Bellows Falls Chester Brattleboro Rutland Bennington # Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance corporation our thanks for your reception to our Fried Chicken dinners but. We will discontinue this dinner for the summer months. 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