The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts on August 12, 1963 · Page 7
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MONDAY. AFTERNOON, AUGUST 12. 1963 THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT SEVEN Campers KeepClarksburg State Park Tent and Trailer_Sites_Busy Area Wins Praise of Most Users Clarksburg State Park has been popular with campers since it opened -facilities for them four years ago. It has 48 camp sites for tents or trailers and is generally full on weekends. Occasionally there have been more campers than camp sites. No Showers Most people shower the park with compliments but showers are one area in which it draws a sprinkling of complaints. There are none. Showers are becoming more popular in parks around the country and a number — including the new area in Savoy Stale Forest — have hot and cold running water. A minor complaint has been the ban of cals. While dogs are allowed, Park Supervisor James A. Slanhopc explains that officials are afraid cats and kiltens would be cast off by vacationers. Wild and multiplying, they would pray on birds. Mr. Slanhope expects the park will eventually be equipped with showers, flush toilels and niceties being adopted in the newer camps, niceties that make camp' ing out less like camping out, Need More Sand The beach for vacationers could use more sand, he comments, and « lifeguard there would be desirable. (A boy almost drowned at the campers' beach several years ago.) Clarksburg Slate Park was purchased by the stale in 1954 from George B. Flood of North Adams for $20,500. Mr. Flood, who later died, used the 3G4 acre tract for a private beach club. Before Mr. Flood bought it 27 years earlier for the same price lie sold it, the land was owned by Mausert's Ice Co. Mausert's Pond on the property was used for the business's ice supply. Personal Paragraphs Mrs. Mary Stafford of Rudy's Hair Fashions at 33 Eagle St. is attending a two-week course in advanced hair styling at Bruno's School of Hair Design in Toronto, Canada. The course run's from today through Aug. 23. POWERFUL PLUNGER CUAXS CLOGGED TOILETS in a Jiffy/ NEVER ACAIN that tick >«1ln« when your tolltl ov«rftow» TOILAFLEX Toilet [SjSSwl Plunger Unlike ordinary plungers, Toilaflex does not permit cotnpreascd air or mcsiy water to splaih back or escape, With Toilaflex the full pressure plowa through the clogging man and swishes it down. Can't mis* I • DESIGNED TO FLEX AT ANY ANGLE • SUCTION-RIM STOPS SPLASHBACK • CENTERS ITSELF, CAN'T SKID AROUND • TAPfflED TAIL GIVES AIR-TIGHT HI Genuine Toilaftex* AT HARDWARE STORES EVEJtWHFRE CITY OFFICIAL LIKES CAMPING — North Adams City Council President Robert E. Patenaude, his wife and threa of their four children take It easy outside their frailer at Clarksburg State Park where they have been vacationing. Jhey say if beats all other types of vacations. Children, from left, are Joseph, 5; Jacqueline, 8, and Louise. 10. Trailer sleeps five comfortably. Attached tent can accommodate three more when visitors arrive. LIKE CLARKSBUR PARK — Council President Patenaude hears Mrs. Edward Evanz of Buffalo, N. Y., standing next to him, say the camping area at Clarksburg State Park is nicest they have visited — and the Evanz family, enthusiastic campers, are members of National Campers Assn. to which they send monthly reports on their experiences. They had one reservation to their approval: cats are not allowed around the park so they have had to keep theirs tethered In their trailer. ONLY ONE CRITICISM — Miss Elva Warner of Davisburg, Mich, who, with three companions, pitched camp in compact fold-up trailer at Clarksburg, tells Mr. Patenaude hot and cold showers like some camp sites have would make the area park one of the nicest. Trailer, only three feet high when folded, opens up to sleep three or four adults, contains ice box, has stove, sink and lots of cupboard space. TENT HOME FOR FAMILY OF FIVE — Mr. Patenaude chats with Mr. and Mrs. George Kingsley of Boston who, with their five children, are spending vacation in 9 by 12-foot tent at Clarksburg Park. Tarpaulins outside tent provide additional shelter. They said they like the Berkshire air and remarked on the small number of bothersome insects in the park. Name plate on tree lists all Kingsley children. Tyrolese Society '63 Dinner This Saturday ! The annual dinner of the Tyro lose Mutual Aid Society will be held at 7 o'clock Saturday evening at the Mounlainview Restaurant in Clarksburg, for members ami their guest.*. Music will be provided for dancing from 9 lo It p.m., Umberto Girardi, general chairman, announced today. Dr. Eddy away until August 19. —adv. WHAT IS THE BIG 5%? A SYSTEMATIC SAVINGS PLAN Whereby you receive « BONUS DIVIDEND ... in addition to regularly compounded quarterly interest . . . when you complete planned, monthly deposits over a 9i month period. Stop In for Full information Scout Troop 88 Returns Home FromCamp Eagle 1 Eighteen members of Boy Scout Troop 811 returned home late Saturday, after spending a week at Camp Eagle on October Mountain in Lenox. | At the traditional campfire cere- monies Salurday evening 11 members were presenled first class for marksmanship went to Edward McConncll. During tile week the boys par.,.,,, , , . certificates they earned during ^ the week. j,,g an d tried out their skills Am- Honored were Charles Beilkejjng an overnight hike Thursday. Mark Fedcr, James Heggie, Craif King, Edward and Thomas Me- Council, Thomas Meiklejohn, Dale Ott, Francis Rogers, Bruce Siiep- ley and Wayne Tremblay. James Heggie received a rowing Dr. Perron's Office Open Au- merit badge and a merit badge Igust 19.—adv. Scoutmaster Douglas Shcpley and cornmiUeeman Robert Heggie accompanied the troop during Ihe week at camp. ,f*" TWELVE SLEEP HERE — Mrs. John Krawczyk and Mrs. Joseph Krawczyk of Bennington, Vt., explain to Mr. Patenaude how the 12 members of their two families have been living in tent with attached canvas lean-to and sheltered entrance, and liking it. A cottage for 12 would be expensive, they said, but not camping at Clarksburg. (Transcript photos by Randolph Trabold) LATEST DIVIDEND 4% COMPOUNDED AND PAID QUARTERLY NORTH ADAMS HOOSAC SAVINGS BANK . "On th« Sunny Sid* of the Street" 93 MAIN STREET NORTH ADAMS Greenwood Music ICamp's 30th Concert Sunday The Greenwood Music Camp directed by Mr. and Mrs, Dwighl Little, formerly of the Pine Cobble School, Williamstown, will present its 30th annual concert Sunday afternoon at 3:30 at the village schoolhouso in Cummington. The program will include Ravel's "Tomheaii etc Couperin," J. S. Bnch's Sinfonia, ami Beethoven's Second Symphony. 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