Van Antwerp Junior High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Schenectady, NY)
- Class of 1957
Page 1 of 60
Pages 6 - 7
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Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
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Text from Pages 1 - 60 of the 1957 volume:
DR. CALVIN E. GROSS
DR. WILLIAM LOUIS
Dimfirt Vice Principal
ARTHUR D. PUTMAN
We, the graduating class of 1957, respectfully dedicate this yearbook to
Arthur D. Putman, our principal.
Mr. Putman has devoted his life to education and Van Antwerp School.
We will always remember his patience when dealing with problems and his
sympathetic understanding of people.
Miss Peterson, Mrs. O'Grady, Miss Pound, Mrs, Marrs, Mrs. Wretlind, Mrs. Keene, HA A
'Mg Blake, Miss Anderson, Miss Houghton. ' W Q' I
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Mr. Langton, Mr. Williams, and
HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
Mrs. Dulac Mrs. Yates Uecretaryj
JUNIOR HIGH SECRETARIAL STAFF
Mrs. Lasher, manager
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CUSTODIAL AND TRANSPORTATION
Front row: J. Skibik, W. Ledwith, U. Bartow
F. -Diemer, E. Fornier, J. Wilson, A. Santilli
Second row: R. O'Connor, E. Wheeler, W
Jones, H. Rolfe, F. Frese, P. Wrubleski, J
Iacobucci, J. Van Dorn, E. Gignac. Standing:
J. J. Foy, Supervisor of Custodians and Trans-
The two nohlert thingf . . . fweetnery and light.
Camera Club, Glee Club.
Swift as a rhadow.
Choir, Library Club, Dramatics.
The more the fnerrier.
This learned man . .
Bowling Club, Wrestling.
He'r tough, Ma'am, tough if IB.
Ten-Teens, Intramurals, Glee Club.
I Inuit hate liberty.
By forte of beauty.
MARY ANN BARKER
A Jweet, attractive kind of grate.
Beamr from happy human eyer.
Cheerleadingg Bowling Club.
Frefh and criJp and Jparkling.
Intramurals, Bowling Club.
AJ upright ar the redar.
Library Club, Choir.
Let there he truth.
Choir, Varsity Basketball.
I cannot tell what the dirheny hi: name if.
HENRY G. BEJIAN
Thou hart the gift of Jtrength.
I am in earneft.
I will I
LAWRENCE B. BIER
Student Council. Niskayuna Senior High Provisional Student
The magic of the tongue.
JAMES R. BIRCH
He maker hir promire good.
He'J a :ure card.
Dramatics, Library Club, Science
His u'ord5 . . . Irip ahoul him at hi: command.
Exfeedingly well read.
Glee Club, Photography Club.
Friendfhip if conflanl.
Failhful friendf are hard fo find.
Hail fellow well met.
From lhe crown of his head lo
Any man may he in good rpirity.
A hrighl, parlirular rlar.
Choir, Girls' Quartet, Library Cl
the role of hir feet, he iJ
She walhx in beauty ar lhe night.
Lez :hy wordf he few.
Band, Science Club.
Nature and hoohr belong to zhe eye.r tha! .fee zhem.
Dramatics, Science Club, Bowling Club.
He if a great ohferrier.
I will no! relreal a Jingle inch.
Af merry ar the day ir long.
Mari: from the Jpherer.
. . . fm' In be 1l'l,l't'.
Home Nursing. Bowling Club, Glec Club, Science Club.
Of .frzrff il good l2ag1z1r11r1g 5111116111 11 ,good Lflld.
Choir. Dramiitics. Debating Club.
Sbif in .1 14111 rum un flung.
DL'.Ut'.lfAf .md full of ffft.
He I1c'I'L'1' ,iuiuyv .1 frmfirb lhfng.
Ar bury .if I1 figs.
Bowling Club, Nurses' Aid.
111 ylfffllll lmu' like .111 Jrzgel.
ANTHONY COPPOLA JR.
Varsity. Debating Club.
The 5f1'c'lIgIfJ of I1A'L'lIlj men.
Ten-Teens. Glee Club,
Her r1111lt ir Ike ,iu'u!e',f1.
Dance Committee. Dmmatics. Choir, Gi
Ar .YIIIKQI live lurk.
Her rbeeif like the 1-11 re 11. bu: frerher.
Choir, Bowling Club.
The jfrire of u'1.fdw11 ii' izbore ruliiri.
Bowling Club, Glee Club.
E11ffmr111'ef.i' of lfae .flflfllly .fear
XVrc-stling. Managers Club.
To bare 11 gfazzfy .fl1'tf7Igl!7.
Yuufla if full of plerzmre,
HARRY ALEXIS DIAKOFF
Science Club. Debating.
Library Club. junior Band, Nurses' Aid.
Ye laura many strings 111 your bow.
Girls' Glce Club. Intramurals.
Happiazefi' maker up in laefghl . . .
Goodneff if never fearful.
Choir, Student Council, Dramatics.
lVelrome he thou, fair frefh May.
Sweet af a iummer afternoon
Dramatics, Choir, "Diary,"
The pen if nzightier than the Jword.
SARAH JANE ELDRED
"Diary," Library Club, Debating, Dramatics.
. . . there'J none like pretty Sally.
A good hook if the preeiouf life-blood.
BETTY ANN FELTHOUSEN
Exreeding wire, fair-fpoken and periuading.
Senior Band, Choir, Library Club.
Mu.rir ir well raid to he the Jpeeeh of angelf.
Bowling, Dramatics, Science Club.
. . . wonder grew that one Jrnall head could carry
Varsity Basketball, Senior Band, Choir, Dance Comm.
A friend . . . the rnafterpiere of nature.
He wax a gentleman.
SUE ELLEN FITZPATRICK
"Diary," Student Council.
For all that'J fair if hy nature good.
Library Club, Dramatics, Glee Club, Bowling.
Young and fair.
With reafonuhle men, I will rearon
CAROL LYNNE FOX
Sparkling and hright.
The reward of a thing well done if to have done it.
A mind equal to any undertaking.
Choir, Band, Library Club, Girls' Quartet.
She never found fault with you.
AJ Jure af a gun.
And if hir name be George, I'll call him Peler.
Choir, Dance Comm., Managers Club.
A fellow of infinite jert.
Varsity Basketball, Senior Band, Choir, Dance Comm.
A ruddy drop of manly blood.
Choir, Intramurals, Bowling, Debating.
The gift of friendrhip.
Senior Band, Choir, Bowling, Varsity Basketball.
There if no royal road to learning.
The glam' of farhion.
He if HJ full of rfalour ar of hindnerr.
Men of few wordr are the bert men.
PAUL PHILIP GREENBLATH
Senior Band, Bowling.
Good nature if agreeable.
The memory be green.
Managers Club, Library Club, Bowling Cl
How merry war he.
ub, Varsity Man-
Murir: if the thing of the world I love mort.
Senior Band, Choir.
Her zfoire war ever .fo roft and gentle.
Varsity Basketball, Varsity Soccer.
Strength enough to do the work,
After a Jtorrn comer a calm.
SYDNEY ANN HARRISON
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No legary if ar rich ar honert.
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AJ happy 415 any 2111111 in the world.
Choir, Science Club, Debating Clu .
lzzflnmed u'ilh zhe fzudy of lefzrzzing . . .
Laugh yomzfelf izzlo ftilfhef.
Reuimz if lhe law of life.
"Diary," Choir, Dramatics.
Indu.rfri0u.f and hind,
Choir, Dramatics, Cheerleading.
Nolhizzg greal 1421.5 e1'er achiered ufilhoul 6!Ilh7ll.fitI.f7IZ.
He um efer ,f1reri.rein hir pmmire-making.
Dramatics, junior Band.
The firmexz friend.
Laughing lipi and roguifh eyei.
I will he heard.
The .rporting muzfi ieme uf lurk.
Bluxhing if lhe color of virtue.
Choir, Bowling, Science Club, Nurses' Aid, Glee Club
A failhful friend . . .
Choir, Student Council, Bowling.
To enjoy delight with liherly.
Silenre ay deep ai eternily.
By genlle deedx if known.
Ohliging and rheerful.
Men rhould he wha! they Jeem
Varsity Basketball, Senior Band. I'
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N ofhing aflonirhei men Jo much ar rommon Ienfe ,Ag
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Senior Band, Managers Club.
To make me merry.
Managers Club, Bowling,
lVhy don? you Jpeah for yourrelf, john?
Kneuledge if power.
Blue are her eyef and gold ir her hair.
Ten-Teens, Glee Club.
The Jufeeteyl of all round: ix pruife.
So wife. .fo young.
HILDA R. LAWTON
Thofe uhouz her, from her shall read lhe perfect way of
Choir, Cheerleading, Girls' Quartet.
Arnhilion har no rifh.
A penny for your lhoughlf.
So much one man ran do.
"Diary," Library Club, Dramatics, Student Council, Dance
Rofenzary for rernemhnznce.
Dramatics. "Diary," Cheerleading, Dance Comm., Student
'Tir heuuly cally . . .
"Diary," Library Club, Science Club, Dramatics.
. . . sweet, .rmiling Alison.
A good hear! if worlh gold.
HAROLD WAYNE LORD A
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Bleu with lhaz rharrn.
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Dramatics, Bowling, Glee Club.
An angel .' or, if not, an earthly paragon.
A time to keep Jilenre and a time to J
Senior Band, Choir, Managers Club, Double Quartet.
. . . a Scot taught young.
"Diary," Library Club, Dramatics, Majorettes, Student
. . . ronxtant at the northern Jtar.
A Frenchman mutt alwayy he talking.
I Jhall neifer he aware of my own um.
Wfit maker iti own welcome.
he a man mutt alto he a non-fonforrnixt.
Cheerleading, Student Council, "Diary,"
. pretty to walk with and witty to talk with.
Play and make good cheer.
Senior Band, Bowling.
Choir, Bowling, Debating, Intramural
. . . wiye and worldly.
Cheerleading, Student Council, Choir,
The falling itone gatheri no mon.
Wfhat a nohle mind if here.
I have no Juperfluoui leiyure.
Glee Club, Ten-Teens.
Glad that I live, am I.
Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball.
None hut the hraife . . .
Bowling, Glee Club, Dramatics.
The Jight of you if good for :ore eye!
She uw' .ill good thaw.
A ,mfr .in.i'u'er 1111716717 rllfclj zwnzlb.
You mn bein' ffm! bay laughing.
ELIZABETH ANN ORZEL
Dramatics, Glec Club, Bowling, Intramurals.
A43 bear! if true.
Choir, Senior Band, Library Club, Student Council.
Born uizfu ine gif! of lrzugbirr,
Bowling, Nurses' Aid.
Hou' poor' rife they Ihr!! do not bill e fniliente.
Hi! hair betume rzirlier.
MARY JANE PARK
CIlII.fidF1'.lIilll1 like rin rnzlqel.
He lfnouxr what ii' whirl.
Ilw' fmile if brigln.
Dramatics, Bowling, Senior Band.
All the uwrldu ii ridge.
Lerzrz mid. .woneu mended.
Ar! if lfze .i'u1'e.rl .ind ,ipifeil CII ilizef.
I hate no one and 11111 in flmrity uifla riff lbs uvirld.
Library Club, Nurses' Aid, Bowling.
Geniui muff be barn and fan never be taugbl.
Every man if wiznled.
My affection bully an unknown bollom.
Dramatics, 4'Diary," Student Council, Choir.
Fffarlf and gay.
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There if Irue frieudrliip.
Library Club, Choir, Dramatics.
The rerlainly to pleare.
VINCENT REILLY JR.
For a lnriglaf manhood.
A womazz ir a dirlv for ilae godr.
Varsity Basketball, Wrestling, Dramatics.
A good fall fellow.
Le! George do il.
Murir if ine unizferral language.
Managers Club, Choir, Bowling.
Knowledge comer but wirdom lingerr.
Handrome ir ar bandrorne doer.
The bearing ear and Ibe .reeing eye.
Bowling, Glee Club.
Here if a lrue and indurtriour friend.
feannie. wills the ligbl brown hair.
Science Club, Student Council, Debating. Intramurals.
Hou' noble in rearon.
Thou art fairer llfan llae evening air.
Very free and flear.
Library, Student Council, Choir, Double Quartet, Dra
Merry and wire.
Library Club, Dramatics, Nurses' Aid Club.
IVill9 trulla and loyfaliy.
Ten-Teens, Choir. Glee Club,
A merry liearl.
Hozzeilyy. minibood. mid good fellozaxfbip,
Student Council, Managers Club, Varsity M1UlgCf
He 1-ulezb Ike roorl.
Senior Band. Bowling, Varsity.
Some me l701'7I grail.
ELAINE A. SPEIGEL
llmlficb bu Ibe mw'rie.rl eyef.
BARBARA JEAN SPIETH
Bowling, "Diary." Nurses' Aid, Dramatics
Bookr . . . kej lo ll'l,l'd0lII'J' 1re4i.riu'e.
If 1l'l71l81' mmef mn .ipriizg be fin' behind.
Il ii' bH1lt'1' .fo u'e,n out llmfi ruff out.
Dance Comm., Choir.
Let Ike fbifvr fall where lbey muy.
Rover and mzef, llzker mid ferzir.
A ebiiizgeuole flying if uommz, ezer.
CAROL LYNN SWANSON
"Diary," Choir. Dramatics, Bowling.
Diiirzely lull mid diriliely fair.
The only uviy lo bore ll friend is be one.
CHARLES R. SPENCER
Hif mzlure if noble
My soul, there if ii rouzztfy afar beyond lbe Jmrr
I Jing lhe flinging dirroizleizl llaa! leapf from Har lo :tar
PETER VAN DE CAR
Science Club, Debating.
No omni is really .mfe or happy willmul iz hobby
"Diary," Student Council.
She war ever fair and rzezer proud.
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Roger. rome here. you fmfnip.
Varsity Basketball. Choir.
The .ferrez of surfers if rorimwfy lo purpose.
The mirror of all rourtery,
Choir, Library Club.
ll"0IUu'II'.f work if Heier done.
Some soul of goridiifwr.
Varsity Basketball, Choir.
The full and lhe wire.
My wit if zhine.
Anylhirig for a quiel life.
Cheerleading, Majorcttes, Choir, Double Quartet
Choir, Dramatics, Double Quartet.
Grew riril ol her 107113.
Some .fperial good doer gire.
Wrestling, Science Club.
The ,rleep of the luhorizzg mon if Jweel.
Glee Club, Intramurals.
Ar good df gold.
Enjoy your dear wil and gay rhelorir.
lWho lead! iz good life it .fure to life well.
Good words are worth mufh and for! lilllf.
Laugh and the world laugh! with you.
Old friend! are hext.
BARBARA ZAGATA JOHN ZIOBROWSKI
Choir, Intramurals. Roll an, zlaou ball, roll on.
Sweel and delectable.
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Pictures of the following persons were unavailable: Gary Gagne, Patricia Hoffman
Anthony Sindoni, Phillip Snow, Stephen Hardesty.
TOMMY KALTEUX leaves his wisecracks to Jay Furlong . . . HOLLY WILLIAMS
bequeaths her baton to Kris Lund . . . KAREN JANDREAU wills her blushes to
Prissy Angelo . . . GAIL WILTSE bequeaths her back porch swing to Emily Lang-
worthy . . . JANET CARTER leaves her collection of I.D.'s to Barb Sackett . . .
CONLIN BRADLEY bequeaths his friendliness to Ed Aclella . . . MARY BARKER
wills her shyness to Winnie Pulver . . . CHARLOTTE SACKETT leaves her horses
to Bronco Bill . . . DICK SANTILLI leaves his dimples to Kathy Byrne . . . CAROL
FOX wills her basketball tricks to Mr. Gifford . . . LIBBY SUE DAWSON leaves
for the Yukon . . . JOHN CABANISS bequeaths his "he man" build to Superman . . .
DENNIS BERNHARDT leaves his architectural interests to Nancy Felthousen . . .
JEFF CAHN leaves his effervescence to Ann Spitz . . . KATHY CLARK leaves her
energy to Ann Moore . . . HAL GIFFORD leaves his dry humor to Jan Welch . . .
ROGER HENRY leaves his corny jokes to any future student who wants them . . .
PHIL SNOW wills his quiet sense of humor to Jim Page . . . WADE KIESS leaves
his interest in dogs to Miss Pentecost . , . LARRY LUSSIER leaves his French name to
Miss Peterson . . . PATTY HOFFMAN leaves her giggle to Kris Sulowski . . . GAIL
NICKEL leaves her twinkling eyes to John Clover . . . BARBARA ZAGATA leaves her
baked goods to Donn Chown . . . Eddie BEDNAROWSKI leaves his fun in science
movies to Tricky Domser . . . BOB PEPICELLI leaves V.A. tap-less . . . ANN GATTA
leaves her voice to the early morning lark . . . STELL VANDERHORST leaves to
join her older brother . . . WAYNE LORD leaves his camera to the National Geo-
graphic Society . . . MURIEL FASULA leaves her large collection of James Dean fan
magazines to Margie Miller . . . BETH McCONAGHY leaves her height to Ann Spitz
. . . SYD HARRISON leaves "Diary" safely in the hands of Jane Pontius . . . DON
BISGROVE leaves the aircraft spotting to the Ground Observer Corps . . . JOAN
DILTS leaves her Girl Scouting to Jane Titus . . . KEITH MCHUGH leaves his
drums to John Clover . KEN MORREL bequeaths his athletic build' to Tarzan . . .
RAY KOMP leaves his gun collection to the F.B.I .... CAROL SWANSON and PAM
KWOLEK leave their blond locks to Larry Blonde , . . HILDA LAWTON bequeaths
her sweetness to Judy Arnold . . . GEORGE WRIGHT leaves to join his brothers,
Wilber and Orville . . . BARB SPIETH leaves her bowling average to Winnie Pulver
. . . Sandy Laudato leaves her archery ability to the Niskayuna Archery Association
. . . SUE ELLEN FITZPATRICK refuses to leave her raccoon to anyone . . . GEORGI-
ANNA CORVINO and BEV MOORE leave Miss Millspaugh in peace . . . CHARLES
SPENCER leaves the presidency of the Science Club in the hands of a future enthusiast
. . . JOE GANNON leaves his shyness to Sherm Dawson . . . BRUCE TRAVINS
leaves his perpetual studying to those who need it . . . LEONARD GOWER leaves
his humming to Miss Mooney . . . BRUCE PELRINE and JEAN SCHULTZ don't want
to leave anything . . . SALLY ARNDS leaves her vivacious personality to Barb
Wheeler . . . BOBBY BIRCH leaves his "basso profundoh to Bob O'Hara . . . KAREN
BOULTON wills all her intramurals to Carolyn Veeder . . . JIM BRIADDY leaves
his quiet personality to Jimmy Finkle . . . SUSAN CIRCE leaves her surgical bandages
to the Nurses' Aids . . . PETE CLAUS leaves his last name to Santa , . . LINDA
DUSSAULT leaves her money to Dave Lamoureaux . . . CAROL FINK leaves her
long locks to Mirian Stebbins . . . BOB FOWLER leaves his name to Bedford Bonta
. . . SHERWOOD HAMIL leaves his foul shots to John Ham . . , DICK HEALY
leaves his suaveness to Pete Cotton . . . PAM HURLEY leaves her slim figure to Pat
Fink . . . DONNA I-IUTCHINSON leaves to join Elvis . . . LINDA JEFFERYS
leaves "Comb" to Barby Layman . . . ROSEMARY LEVA leaves all the clubs at a loss
. . . ALISON LIEBHASKY leaves her "A"s to Karen Brown . . , TED LOKENBERG
leaves the mechanical drawing class to some talented eighth grader . . . BETSY
MARCELLUS leaves her pep to Dawn Richter . . . JANE McCUNE leaves her
angel-like ways to Carol Kiszkiel . , , NANCY PALMER leaves to join the "I Love
Lucy" cast . . . PEGGY PLANT leaves her terrific sense of humor to some lucky
person . . . DAVE PARKER leaves to start an arrow-making industry . . . DICK
STROM leaves his "sandy" blond hair to some lucky eighth grader . . . BONNIE
VAIL leaves her books to the library . . . ROGER VAUGHAN leaves his excellent
French to another fortunate French student . . . PETE VEA leaves well dressed-as
usual . . . DICKEN WHITEHEAD leaves his height to an "Ivory Tower" .
JEFF WILLEY left for Florida . . . WAYNE YAGER leaves V.A.S. at a loss . . .
JOHN BALL leaves Mr. Flahive without a guinea pig . . . TOM BEAMES leaves his
good humor to Mr, Williams . . . NANCY BECKER leaves her quiet ways to some
nice eighth grader . . . PETE BROWNSEY leaves his smile to the rabbits . . . ALAN
BYRNES leaves his blond hair to Bill Finkle . . . TONY COPPOLA leaves his
purple knee guards to Dave Rictor . . . HARRY DIAKOFF is taking his educational
system with him-but you can be sure that we'll hear more of it later . . . LINDA
EAKIN leaves her hockey ability to Miss Millspaugh . . . SUE EASTWOOD leaves
her play writing ability to Miss Pound . . . DI. FOWLER leaves her Elvis Presley records
to Tab Hunter . . . ELAINE HARGRAVES leaves her long hair to Barb Sackett . . .
SUE HOLTZ leaves her "Diary" store to Corrine Payne . . . BARB HOSKINS leaves
her backbend to Carole Rogers . . . LINDA LEWIS leaves her cheerleading jumps
to Jean Kline . . . FRED LUECK leaves for Niskayuna Central Senior High School . . .
GARY PEARSON leaves his trumpet to Emily Langworthy . . . WALTER SCHENK
leaves Miss Houghton . . . JEAN SCHROETER leaves her all-'round athletic abilities
to Mary Pump . . . SUE SHAPIRO leaves her fabulous maps to Mr. Taormina . . .
CAROL ANN SHEALS leaves French with Miss Peterson . . . JOHN SHUTTS leaves
his gavel to the lucky president of next year's Student Council . . . DICK SIMS leaves
his freckles and flat top to Pete Gill . . . PETER VAN DE CAR leaves his sneezes
to the parakeets . . . JOYCE WATTERS leaves her constant giggle to Molly Marsden
. . . JEFF WILSON finally gets out of 209 . . . JOHN ZIABROWSKI leaves his
abundant personality to Pat Delmonica . . . BARB BEAN leaves her last name to
Boston . . . JOHN BECKER wills his flower box to Mr. Williamis window sill . . .
PAM COBB leaves her last name to some needy corn . . . CONNIE CONGDON
leaves her darling figure to Karen Brown . . . ELIZABETH DAVIDSON leaves
her shy manner to Mary Elizabeth Simpson . . . DICK DAVIS leaves his likeable ways
to Fred Lane . . . CLYDE DE WEESE leaves his absences from Student Council
meetings to Mr. Langton . . . FRED FINK leaves the seat next to Mr. William's desk
vacant . . . ED FROHNHOEFER leaves his last name to some nameless bakery . . .
RUSS GREAVES leaves his collar to Elvis . . . ERIC HENRY leaves his substitution
method to Miss Pentecost . . . CUPPY HERMAN LEAVES! . . . ANNE HYDORN
leaves her "most talkativeu title to Anne Spitz . . . DAVID LAWRY leaves his
loud voice to the mice . . . PATSY LORITSCH leaves her perky personality to Pam
Garr . . . DAVE LUMGAIR leaves his musical ability to Carol Fisher . . . TONY
MCCLIMANS leaves his size to Teddy Ziabrowski . . . BETTY ORZEL leaves her
Elvis Presley sneakers to Fran Clark . . . HELEN PLUMB leaves her name to a tree
of the same name . . . RUTH REEVE leaves her basketball technique to Carolyn
Veeder . . . RONNIE RUDMANN leaves his physique to Doug Austin . . . GEORGE
RYON leaves his quiet humor to John Wilcox . . . RICKY SAUTER leaves his good
looks to Tom Abele . . . TONY SINDONI leaves 'his wolf whistles to Doug Austin
. . . JIMMY SPRING leaves his last name to a needy mattress . . . BRUCE STANCLIFFE
leaves Mr. Williams at a loss . . . SHARON WILLIAMS leaves her dynamic per-
sonality to Kathy Byrne . . . JOAN WINNIE leaves her last name to Poo . . .
ELIABETH BALDWIN leaves in the middle of the year . . . LARRY BIER leaves
his curly locks to Paul Sutter . . . FREDA BUNDY leaves her cheerful ways to Judy
Johnson . . . GAIL CURTISS wills her wardrobe to Marg Middleton . . . PAM
DOIN leaves her great cheering ability to Dawn Richter . . . BILL FINKLE
leaves to make room for Jimmy Finkle . , . GARY GAGNE finally gets a pass to
leave room 212 . . . MELVIN GAU wills his quiet ways to the mice . . . PETER
GEORGE leaves his "petit" figure to Rick Young . . . DAVID GIDLEY wills his
stock of library passes to Miss Corrigan . . . MIKE GLENNON leaves his bowling
averages to be wondered over . . . PAUL GREENBLATH wills his trumpet to Gabriel
. . . ANSON GREEN leaves his Boy Scouting to Davie Crockett . . . CLAYT
JANAITUS wills his' Ivy League shirts to Wultex . . . ALBERT KNAPP leaves his
clarinet to Benny Goodman . . . PETER LEUSCHNER leaves all the girls in 212 at
a loss . . . JO-ANNE LOSEE would like to leave for Nott Terrace . . . KAREN LUND
hands all her school activities to Kris Lund . . . BURR MCCULLOUGH leaves his
sun tan back in Florida . . . MARILYN NELSON leaves with all the attendance and
cafeteria slips . . . CONNIE NIELSON wills her pretty blond hair to Marilyn Monroe
, . . MARY JANE PARK leaves her helpful ways to Jane Titus . . . KAREN PETER-
SON leaves her pony tail to Trigger . . . ELLA PFAFFENBACH wills her beautiful
figure to Debbie Reynolds . . , ELAINE SPIEGEL leaves her books all marked up . . .
BARBARA SZUMACHOWSKI still wants to stay and sing in choir . . . VALERIE
WILSON wills her petticoats to the old-fashioned gals in hoops . . . JANIE SUTTON
wills her sweaters to Carole Rogers . . . ANN ARAGONA leaves her baseball to
Mickey Mantle . . . VIRGINIA BALLARD leaves Mr. Flahive in peace . . . CAROLYN
BARD wills her legs to Betty Grable . . . DICK CAIN leaves his white hair to
Grandpa . . . DALE CAMPBELL leaves his last name to the Heinz Company . . .
JOHN DELACK leaves to make room . . . DONNY DURANT wills his voice to
Elvis . . . BILL FINK wills his height to Angelo Delasono . . . BOB GIBSON leaves
his build to Jungle Jim . . . GARY GRIMES and STANLEY MATHES leave Mr.
Taormina relieved . . . HELEN HAINES wills her French Horn to Ardis Austin . . .
SYLVIA HANSEN wills her complexion to Jean Kline . . . TERRY HAY wills his
ping pong to King Kong . . . GARY HUGHES finally gets to leave room 215 . . .
RUBY KANNE leaves her French to Miss Peterson . . . JOAN KATHER leaves
her sewing to Karen Brown . . . JOANN KELLER wills her water skiis to Miss
Brennan . . . VIRGINIA KLEMM leaves her friendliness to Linda Roberts . . .
KAREN LESSNER wills her dieting to Stubby Kay . . . DAVE LESTER wills his
algebraic mind to Aristotle .. . EUGENE MILLS wills his motorcycle jacket to Joe
Aragona . . . JOYCE OTTMAN leaves her clutch bags to Prissy Angelo . . . VINCE
REILLEY wills his basketball ability to Pete Gill . . . TOM SENNETT wills his
plumbing to Mr. Taorrnina's radiator . . . MARGE SHERRY wills her dimples to all
dimple-less babies . . . DAVID SHIMKUS leaves his .32 shotgun to the rabbits . . .
GARY WILLIAMS leaves Miss Pound at a loss . . . JOHN YOUNGBLOOD leaves
his last name to Bellevue Hospital . . . PHYLLIS Alberts leaves her jazz records
for a new and better collection . . . HENRY BEJIAN leaves Mr. Taormina happy . . .
DAVID BLITZBLAU leaves his brother Paul . . . JON BOSWORTH leaves his voice
to Aldo Ray . . . EDITH BOYD leaves for Brooklyn . . . NINA BUTURLINSKY
leaves her choice gum collection . . . NICOLAS COLENZA leaves his briefcase to
Don Diel . . . ELAINE CLARK wills her new baby brother to Johnson and Johnson
. . . SALLY ELDRED leaves her rosy cheeks to Trick Domser . . . BETTY ANN
FELTHOUSEN leaves her nice eyes to Nancy Ostrander . . . CARLTON GIBSON
leaves with a hearty "ho-hon . . . FRED KIRK leaves-but Rosemary goes too . . .
JOHN KNISKERN leaves his comb to Alex Zielinski . . . JAY MCNAUGHTON
leaves with the usual little smile on his face . . . BETTY O'NEILL leaves her sweaters
to Karen Pfeiffer . . . CRAIG ORGAN leaves his "Oscar" to the movie stars . . .
FRANK PANNENBORG leaves his place in the clouds to, Rick Young . . . JANET
PEARCE leaves her beat to a mixmaster . . . GEORGE PFAFFENBACH leaves his
last name to a spelling teacher . . . DAVE PUTNAM leaves Mr. Flahive, period . . .
KAREN RAS leaves her nice ways to Gail Pepicelli . . . GENIE RICHTER leaves her
primping to Carole Rogers . . . JEFF SCHWEDES leaves with Harry Diakoff for
new and better worlds . . . CAROL SCOTT leaves with Pete . . . RACHAEL WEIN-
GARTEN leaves her artistic ability to Corinne Paine . . . ARLINE WELLISCH
leaves her freckles to Janet Louis . . . JUNE WILLIG leaves her very red hair to
When Death cornef, breaking into the cirrle of our friends, words fail us
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MR. AUGUST BLAKE
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MRS. I-IAZEL MARRS
MISS MARY ELLEN ANDERSON
MISS KATHERINE MATHISE
MR. ROBERT KRODER
MRS, NANCY KEENE
MR. MAGNUS GLEASON
Prefident ..................,..... . ......,...
Vice Prefidenl ..,,
Linda Roberts, Bill Schauer, Jim Glennon, Pat Fink, Peter Cotton, Jack Dunlap,
Barbara Layman, jane Titus, Doug Austin, Pam Garr, David Lamoreaux, Richard
Brand, Ted Ziobrowski, Betsy Marcellus, Rosemary Leva, Diana Gould, David
Hendrickson, Vincent Reilley, Joyce Ottman, Pane Lukens, Marilyn Mullin, Julie
Baughn, Susan Shapiro, Linda Lewis, Greig MacCleod, Brad Pryce, Randy johnson, Larry Bier,
Karen Lund, Cynthia House, Carol Shepard, Bob Pockily, Sue Ellen Fitzpatrick, John Farley, Jack
Chlopecki, Peter Frank, Estella Vanderhorst, Helen Plumb, Brian Nagamatsu, Kathy ,Gannon,
Vickie Mindell, Clyde DeWeese, Tom Kalteux.
Famlty Adviforf ..... ....... M iss Millspaugh,
Van Antwerp salutes our . .
First row: Gary Grimes, Hal Gifford, Ken Morrell, Vince Reilly, Bob Gibson, Fred Kirk, Ed
Bednarowski, Carlton Gibson. Second row: Ronnie Rudman, Dicken Whitehead, Clayt janaitis,
Bill Fink, Sherwood Hamil, Dick Sims, Pete Vea, Coach johnson.
H. GIFFORD R. SIMS A. COPPOLA W. FINK
R. RUDMAN S, HAMIL C. JANAITIS
F. KIRK E. BEDNAROXVSKI V. REILLY
R. GIBSON K. MORRELL D. XWHITEHEAD P. VEA
INTRAMURAL RECORDS FOR 1956-1957
HOLE-IN-ONE GOLF INTERSCHOLASTIC SOCCER
7th Grade-john Farley VIAS, 0pP0,,e,,,-
8th Grade-Gary Weiss 6 Bumt Hills
9th Grade-john Becker O Albany Academy
CROSS COUNTRY RACES 7 Burnt Hills ,,,,,,.,,,,, ,4,.,,,., I
Winner! 4 Schenendahowa ..... ......... K
7th Grade-Jack Chl0peCki 2 Albany Academy """""""""""" 'A"""' K
8th Grade-Doug Austin Won five Lost one
9th Gracie-Bill Fink JUNIOR VARSITY
HANDICAP CROSS COUNTRY RACES VAS. Opponent
Winneff 2 John Bigsbee ...... ...............-- 2 4
7th Grade-Paul Coppola 8 jefferson ........,, ..----.....--. 4
8th Grade-Fred Fink 0 john Bigsbee .... ..4...- l
l 9th Grade-Tony Sindoni 8 Jefferson ......................... .,v.-..-...----,- '--- 3
T Won two Lost one Tied one
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First row: Charles Bellamy, John Ham, Ed Abdella, Gary Weiss, Pete Cotton, Pete Gill, Doug X-
Robbins, Bedford Bonta, Rick Crooks. Second row: Coach Gifford, Doug Austin, john Wilcox,
john Clover, Trick Domser, Rick Young, jim Finkle, Tom Abele, Rick Dwore, Dave Ritcher,
Fred Lane. Missing from picture: Tom Aalto.
JAY VEE CHEERLEADERS
Mary Ann Stebbins
Kris Lund, Carol Fisher, Barbara Hoskins, Karen Lessner, Betsy Mar-
cellus, Eric Henry, Dick Santilli, Bill Fink, Pete Vea, Bob Gibson, Ed.
Bednarowski, Edith Boyd, Freda Bundy, Holly Williams, Rachel Wein-
garten, Libby Short, Sue Holtz, Sue Eastwood, Carlton Gibson, Bedford
Bonta, Ricky Loeffler, Dick Fountain, Linda Eakin, Pan Cobb, Julie
Jordan, Judy johnson, Dick Davis, john Ham, Russ Gleaves, Chip
Strang, Linda Dussault, Helen Plumb, Gail Wiltse, Nina Buterlinsky,
Dick Healey, Jim Finkle, Dicken Whitehead, jay Furlong.
GIRLS' DOUBLE QUARTET
Ann Gatta, Betsy Marcellus, Sue Shapiro, Karen Lessner,
Sharon Williams, Gail Curtiss, Nina Buterlinsky, Holly
Douglas jackson, Dave Lamoreaux, james Crooks, Larry Ham, Robert
Bullard, Don Chown, Marron Stebbins, Corinne Paine, jean Mangin,
Mary Elizabeth Simpson, janet Kardash, Sue Shapiro, Ann Gatta, Helen
Haines, Artis Austin, Miss Mooney, Tom Kalteux, Sharon Williams,
Karen Brown, Sally Arnds, Nancy Becker, Gale Dunphy, Elaine Clark,
Kathy Clark, Pat Delmonico, Kathy Byrne, Pete Leuschner, jan Welch
Gail Curtiss, Janet Pierce, Margaret Middleton, Carol Fink, Barbara
Szumachowski, Barbara Zagata, Margaret Sherry, Robert Gorman, David
Lumgair, Donald Durant, Elizabeth McConaghy, Carol: Swanson, Ruth
Reeve, Virginia Klemn, Linda Jeffery, Mary Barker, Joyce Ottrnan.
BOYS' DOUBLE QUARTET
David Lamoraux, Larry Horn, Dick Fontaine, Dave Lum-
gair, Don Chown, Jim Finkle.
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Front row: Marilyn Nelson, Gail Pepicelli, Pam Doin, Karen Boulton, Georgi-
anna Corvino. Second row: joan Winne, Susan Circe, Betty Orzel, Jo-Ann Losee,
Valerie Wilson, Libby Sue Dawson, Sandra Laudato, Beverly Moore, Marge
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HELEN PLUMB, Faculzy Adrfifors MRS. O'GRADY
Sydney Harrison, Sue Holtz, Janne
Pontius, Karen jandreau, Karen Lund,
Pat Fink. Sue Ellen Fitzpatrick, jane
McCune, Patsy Loritscb, Bonnie Vail,
Rosemary Leva, Peg Nitzman, Estella
Vanderhorst, Barbara Spieth, Sue East-
wood, Carol Swanson, Wayne Lord,
Corinne Paine, Alison Liebhafsky, Sally
Eldred, Linda Lewis, Freda Bundy, Mur-
iel Fasula, Marilyn Vail, jane Titus,
Winnie Pulver, Marsha Silverman.
Carol Wanty, Ardis Austin, Anne Hydorn, Ella Pfaffenbach, Alison
Liebhafsky, Ann Gatta, Sue Shapiro, Rosemary Leva, Kristen Lund.
Standing, left to right: Carolyn Veeder, janet Brighty, Sara Wilson,
Sally Eldred, Carol Fink, Nina Buturlinski, Elaine Speigel, Mary Wilber,
Shirley Carvill, Sally Arnds, Pam Garr, Ann Barnard, Ruby Kanne,
Rachel Weingarten. Standing, left to right: Bob Bullard, Carol Sheals,
Nancy Becker, Ruth Reeve, Gary Grimes, Miss Eileen Corrigan, Li-
brarian, Newell Cook, joan Dilts, David Blitzblau, Joyce Ottman, Cor-
inne Paine, joan Kather, Diane Fowler,
Betty Ann Feltenhousen, Carl Knabe, Karen,
Lund, Susan Proud, Suzanne Cohen.
Vice Prefident .....
Family A al zfimr
.. ....,.. Linda Lewis
Libby Short, Bruce johnson, Barb Spieth, Nina Buturlinsky, Marilyn Nelson, JoAnne Losee, Barb
Hoskins, Fred Fink, Bill Murdick, David Blitzblau, Jeff Cahn, Larry Blonde, Mary Bradley, Alison
Liebhafsky, Pam Hurley, Betty Orzel, Patsy Loritsch, Sue Eastwood, Sally Eldred, Pam Cobb, Sue
Shapiro, Sharon Williams, Gail Curtiss, Syd Harrison, Karen Brown, Pat Fink, Gail Houseman, Ann
Barnard, Kris Lund, Kathy Byrne, Barb Laymen, Kris Sulowski, Marsha Silverman, Helen Plumb,
Linda Dussault, Lynn Swanson, Ruth Reeve, Elaine Clark, Carol Sheals, Peg Plant, Diane Fowler,
Beth McConagy, Sally Arnds, Karen Lund, Sue Holtz, Karen Pffeifer. Pam Garr, Sue Proud, Elaine
Hollenbeck, Janne Pontius, Prissy Angelo. Sandy Gilson, Peg Nitzman, Ron Rudmann, Dave Put-
rnan, Dick Healy.
Faculty Advisor: Miss Kinum.
Sally Heckman, Charles Borrks, Harriet Plumley, jane Campbell, Gail Pepicelli, Gwen Gridley,
Patty Grosky, Lee Santone, Mary Simpson, Gail Wilson, Linda Webster, Greg MacLeod, Judy
Lawrence, Brian Nagamatsu, Wayne Miller, Gail Hamilton, Lenita Pelrine, Dana Allen, David
Elliot, Tom Salamone, Nancy Russell, Harris Hull, Everett Wilcock, jean Newkirk, Kathy Kiernan,
Wayne Potter, Paul Blitzblau, Margaret Kuder, Sharon Houghton, Chris jackson, Dolores Wilkins,
Clark Laudato, Michael Spodak, Barry Bradt, Pat Heckman, Marjorie DuBois, Garry Spatta,
Caroline Obremski, Mary Orchard, Esther Rosenberg, Karen Yager, Susan Sheffield, Mary Wilber,
Duane Ball, David Lamoreaux,
David Staves, jan Welch, john
Kniskern, Richard Santilli, Gary
Grimes, john Shutts, john De-
Harry Diakoff, Peter CandeCar, Eric Henry, Stanly Mathes, Allison Liebhafsky, Charles Spencer,
jeffrey Cahn, Linda jeffrey, Burr McCulloch, john Cabaniss, David Lawry, Frederic Fink, jeffrey
Wilson, David Blitzbau, Jeff Schwedes, Donald Bisgrove. Dick Strom, Susan Circe.
lx 1. A.,
Advisors: Mrs. Marcellus and Mrs. Gibson.
Front row: Christy Vea, Cladia Smith, Sharon Houghton, Trina Abele, Bob Barnett. Standing:
Gail Curtiss, Rosemary Leva, Linda Lewis, john Ham, Bob Gibson, Bill Fink, Carlton Gibson,
Chip Strang, Judy johnson, Betsy Marcellus.
HOME NURSING CLUB
Joan Paciunas, Mary Bradley, Diane
Schwlenburg, Linda jeffrey, Susan
Cerce, Barbara Spieth, janet Brighty,
Judy Bullock, jan Campbell, Gwen
Gridley, Patty Grosky, Pat Mallalieu,
Caroline O'Bremski, Mary Orchard,
Harriet Plumley, Carolyn Veeder, Carol
Wanty, Sheila Butterfield, Beverly In-
nocent, Pamela Garr, Linda Webster,
Sara Wilson, Karen Yager, Esther Ros-
enberg, Mary Wilber, Nancy Ostrander,
Suzanne Brinkman, Evelyn Hitchcock.
TEN TEENS CLUB
Carol Sheals, Barbara Spieth, Ella Pffaf-
fenbach, Nancy Palmer, Genie Richter,
Mary jane Park, joan Dilts, Connie
Congdon, Susan Circe, Linda jeffrey.
Nurse: Mrs. Loro.
Sandy Laudato, Beverly Moore, Georgiana Corvino, Janet Cardash, Jean Shultz, Virginia Ballard,
Barbara Zagata, Crolyn O'Bremsky, Carol Fox, Phyllis Alberts, Marg Sherry.
MOST ACTIVE BOY AND GIRL IN THE
MOST POPULAR GIRL
AND BOY IN THE
MOST ATHLETIC BOY AND PEPPIEST GIRL IN THE
MOST INTELLIGENT GIRL AND BOY
IN THE NINTH GRADE
GIRL AND BOY IN
BOY AND GIRL IN TI-IF
NINTH GRADE WHO ARE THI
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
BEST DRESSED BOY AND GIRL
IN THE NINTH GRADE
BEST DRESSED GIRL AND BOY IN THE EIGI-ITH GRADE
Marg. Middleton and Douglas Austin
MOST POPULAR GIRL AND BOY
IN THE EIGHTH GRADE
MOST ATHLETIC BOY AND GIRL
IN THE EIGHTH GRADE
CUTEST GIRL AND BOY IN THE
jean Kline and Ed Abdella
MOST INTELLIGENT BOY AND GIRL IN THE
Rick Young and Suzanne Cohen
MOST AMBITIOUS GIRL AND BOY IN THE I
PEPPIEST BOY AND GIRL
IN THE EIGHTH GRADE
Trina Abele and Steve Reilley
MOST FRIENDLY GIRL AND BOY
IN THE SEVENTH GRADE
Vicky Mindell and
CUTEST GIRL AND BOY IN THE
Sarah Lee and Tom Gibson
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Vol. VIII Schenectady, New York Wednesday, june 10, 1978 Sc
SOUNDS LIKE FUN
John Cabaniss, famous scientist, and
Nicolas Celenza, accoustics engineer,
have gone to England on the S.S.
Americruise. Owned by Peter Browns-
ey and captained by Alan Byrnes, the
Americruise is making a special trip
to carry the scientists and their equip-
ment to their meeting with English
Dr. Cabaniss and Dr. Colenza plan
to discuss the problem, "Where does
sound go ?" and will report their
findings to U.S. Science Division chief,
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MONACO PRINCESS PLANS
TO MARRY U.S. ACTOR
Princess Caroline Louise Marguerite
of Monaco disclosed to a press meet-
ing that she was engaged to marry
U.S. actor Burr McCulloch.
met Mr. McCulloch
when he was in Europe recently with
the T.B.S. radio an-
nouncer, during the Radio Free Europe
They plan to be married on the
21st birthday of the princess.
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LARGEST MOTEL IN THE
WORLD OWNED BY
Miss June Willig, owner of "Heav-
en Hills Motel," was recently named
the wealthiest woman in America.
Among her holdings is the giant
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SHUTTS SAYS KNO' TAX"
355 MILLION HIGH FINISHED
Principal FREDRICK L. KIRK re-
cently announced Anuyaksin High
School will open for classes September
1978. The head of the Cit. Ed. De-
partment, KAREN IIANDREAU, and
her assistants, ELAINE CLARK and
SALLY ARNDS have just returned
from Europe and have planned their
schedules. The Physical Education De-
partment, headed by HAL GIFFORD
and CAROL FOX, has purchased
equipment from ALBERT KNAPP'S
famous sporting goods store. The mu-
sic teacher, JANET PEARCE, and the
librarian, ELLA PFAFFENBACH,
with the library secretary, NANCY
BECKER, visited New York City and
ordered their materials. The Home-
making Department has been furnished
with facilities from PHYLLIS AL-
BERT'S Shop. DONNA HUTCHIN-
SON was in charge of the interior
CHARLES SPENCER, the Dramat-
ics Club advisor, working with ANN
HYDORN and LYNN SWANSON
who are to be in charge of the Speech
and Art Departments, plan to pro-
duce three plays the first year.
Ioan Winne has accepted the post
of school nurse.
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PRESIDENT SHUTTS stated today
during a press conference that on the
basis of the report given by LINDA
DUSSAULT, Secretary of the Treas-
ury, no further income tax will be
necessary. The bill was passed after
vigorous debate in Congress under the
leadership of DONALD BAIER,
Speaker of the House. Vice President
SALLY ELDRED stated to the press
that she was in favor of the bill al-
though Secretary of State LARRY
BEIR strongly opposed it. Senator from
Tennessee, RUSSELL GLEAVES, and
Senator STANLEY MATHES from
New York, are reported by political
commentator DAVID LUMGAIR to
have strongly agreed with the Vice
President. WADE KIESS photo-
graphed the signing of the bill. GARY
GRIMES, Secretary of Defense, and
MISS DUSSAULT were escorted to
the National Archives Building by Po-
licewomen BETH MCCONAGHY and
JOAN DILTS, where the bill was
filled. Secretary of Health, Education
and Welfare KAREN LUND stated
that as a result 50 per cent of heart
attacks will be prevented in the future.
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NISKA' NEWS-Wednesday, Iune 10, 1978
Roger Vaughan, surveyor of the
location for the new school, said that it
will cover 30 acres. Dicken White-
head, the draftsman, discussed the blue-
prints with chief plumber, Leonard
Gower, and it was decided that the
G.E. dishwasher would fit. Architect
Melvin Gau designed the auditorium
to fit 1,050 chairs which were bought
from Karen Rasls store. Mayor jeff
Willey will give the "opening speech."
Arlene Wellisch, Guidance Counselor,
and the Principal worked out an edu-
cational system based on Harry Dia-
koff's and Eric Henry's book entitled
"Diakoff Henry Method of Educa-
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"Heaven Hills Motel."
The motel was designed by Carol
Scott and covers an area of 10 acres.
The pool, designed by Keith Mc-
Hugh, covers an area of V2 acre. The
motel also has a beauty salon which is
run by Pam Hurley and is famous
for its manicurists who work with
implements designed by Pete Claus.
Receptionist, Hilda Lawton, works in
the mammoth lobby. A water skiing
instructor, Joann Keller, is hired by
the motel for it's guests. "Heaven
Hills" is insured by Gary Hughes' In-
surance Company for close to 10
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DRUG THIEF SUSPECT
Detective Clairmont Herman yester-
day caught the suspect of many drug
robberies in a bank near Barbara
Spieth's Pharmacy where a robbery had
occurred the night before. Gail Nickel,
who owns the 6 8: 11c Store across
the street, says she thought she saw
the man around the Pharmacy two
Anthony Coppola, Miss Speith's
lawyer, says he has enough sufficient
evidence to jail the thief. His secretary,
Linda Eakin, has a picture of the rob-
ber which she took with a miniature
camera. She was in the Pharmacy at
the time of the robbery.
Vincent Reilly will judge the case
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LADIES' HOME JOURNAL
GAINS NEW MODELS
Linda Lewis' Model Agency was
phoned by Ladies' Home journal ed-
itor, Helen Plumb, yesterday when
Miss Lewis announced that her agen-
cy would be willing to work with one
magazine company. All of the maga-
zines have been trying to get con-
tracts with them for years. Mary Bak-
er, telephone operator, was paid 35100
to contact the Model Agency before
the other Fashion magazines could.
Barbara Bean and Pam Kwolek are
two of the models. Rosemary Leva,
their dress designer, works with joan
Kather, the seamstress. The models and
their beautiful clothes have become
very well known.
The Agency hires a private dentist,
Joe Gannon, and dental hygienist, Vir-
ginia Ballard. jo Ann Losee is the
models' private nurse.
Karen Lessner, private secretary, will
handle the further arrangements with
the magazine and photographer Wayne
Lord will send pictures of the models
in the newest style Spring suits.
Pls ik wk
Anson Green, leader of the Boy
Scouts of Schenectady, took a group
of boys up White Mountain and came
back black and blue. A grizzly bear
attacked the group and one boy was
ine the operating room with plastic
surgeon Philip Snow two hours as a
result. Ski Instructor Peter George
found the scouts in a valley, where the
winter snow had not yet melted, near
Stephen Hardestyls resort. The Scouts
and leader had been trapped for two
days with little food and only two
blankets for them all.
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N EWBERRY MEDAL
Miss Bonnie Vail, writer and illus-
trator, and Rachel Weingarten, illus-
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trator with Sue Eastwood, writer, were
awarded the Newberry Medal Award
for their books and Television. Miss
Vail's book is "Five Little Mars Men
and How They Grewf' Miss East-
wood's and Miss Weingarten's book
is the best children's book of the
year. It's entitled "Death Streetf,
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HOLLY WILLIAMS RECORDS
SONG WITH SHIMKUS
Holly Williams has returned from
Miami to discuss the new record "Gone
Crazy?" with Conlin Bradley, Disc-
jockey. Dick Santilli, owner of XYZ
network, predicts it will be a big hit.
jay Youngblood's band will arrive
next week and the song will be record-
ed at this time. The reverse side,
"Cuba, Hello," will be sung by sing-
ing idol Dave Shimkus, Calypso sing-
er and Miss Williams '
NEW TYPE BE BOP PLAYED
AT CARNEGIE HALL
Charlotte Sackett who plays trum
pet, Carol Fink, clarinet, Helen Haines
when they recorded their song, "Long
Hair Blues," written by Miss Sackett
and Miss Fink. Their arrangement has
a new beat which the public likes and
they will appear in Carnegie Hall in
two weeks. Miss Freda Bundy will
also appear at that time and play her
famed violin, accompanied by Miss
Joyce Ottman who is the famous elec-
trical Xylophone player. They also will
play the new beat be-bop type music.
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BOSTON TEA PARTY
Well-known New England hostess,
Miss Elizabeth Davidson, recently held
a Boston party in honor of George
Wright, the President of Kellogg Corn
Flakes Corporation, who was awarded
the Best Cereal Award by Duncan
Hines. One hundred and eighty guests
were invited. Miss Sydney Harrison,
Editor of the New York Times, and
her High Society Editor, Betsy Mar-
cellus, were present at the Van Everts
Country Club where the party was
given. Executive Vice President of the
General Atomic Company, Clayton
Ianaitis, was invited. Robert Gibson,
from the New York City Financial
Bank on Wall Street, rented the Club
for the occasion. Barbara Szumachow-
ski and Mr. Supacalafagulist, publish-
ers of the "New National Diction-
ary," came, and Bruce Pelrine, the
Trans-World Rocket pilot and co-pilot
jeffrey Wilson with Miss Libby Sue
Dawson, the hostess, also attended.
Peggy Plant was the caterer and the
floral arrangements were done by Bet-
ty Ann Felthousen. Entertainment was
provided by Marge Sherry, famed
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NIGHT FIRE IN STORE
A small fire broke out in the new
shopping center in Bob Pepicelli's Ci-
garette Store. Fire Chief George Pfaf-
fenbach says spilled lighting fuuid
was the cause. Patricia Hoffman, sales-
woman at jane Sutton's and Elaine
Spiegel's Women's Clothes Store was
working late with Ruby Kanne, the
Fashion Accessories Seller and Miss
Eugeine Richter, the store buyer, when
she smelled smoke. Pete Vea, the
manager of john Kniskern's Zoot-
Suit Store saw an orange glow in the
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NIGHT F IRE-C onfd
store across the street. Bob Birch was
showing a customer the new Cadillac
in Michael Glennon's Store when he
saw the fire and phoned the Fire De-
partment. William Fink, Westing-
house President, who was walking
along the sidewalk with engineer Ron-
ald Rudman, said that the paper in the
show case window burst into flames.
Miss Sue Holtz, who was just closing
her Real Estate Agency, also saw the
fire begin. Larry Lussier, Chief of
Police, said the fire amounted to about
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TENTH ANNUAL SCIENCE
In the science convention this year
at Washington, D.C., Icthiologist Pet-
er Van deCar will prove that japa-
nese Fighting Fish fight only because
they have serious complexes. Archeol-
ogist james Spring will show the evi-
dence he gathered that he says proves
an ancient African tribe had electric
fans before America was discovered
and Dr. Fred Fink, who took up Ein-
stein's Theory when 16, has figured
out what Einstein was proving. David
Putman has discovered there are eight
colors in a spectrum. Roy Gibv's mid-
dle initial is "B" for brown. Miss Vir-
ginia Klemm, U.N. translator, will
translate the proofs into German for
the German scientists.
ELVIS FAN CLUB
Diane Fowler and Nina Buturlinsky,
President and Vice President of the
National Elvis Presley Fan Club, have
ordered a cake from Edward Frohn-
hoefer's Bakery which will be large
enough to feed about 200 guests at
the celebration of the 21st anniversary
of the club. Elvis, himself, will be
present and because he likes pizza,
famous chefs Anothony Sindoni and
Georgiana Corvino will bake about 60
pizzas. Frank Pannenborg, designer of
the Continental, will present Elvis
with a 1978 light green Continental
convertible. Henry Bejian has been
hired by the Continental Incorp. to
be Presley's chauffeur. Ken Morrell,
the professional football player from
the New York Giants, Elvis' favorite
team, has been specially invited and
will give Elvis an autographed gold
football from the Giants.
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TUTOR ATTACKED BY
Miss Gail Wiltse, private tutor,
is recovering from a mild case of
shock. She was attacked by the small
child of the home where she was ap-
plying for a job. Susan Circe, private
nurse, saved Miss Wiltse from jun-
ior's Indian Club.
AT ELLIS HOSPITAL
Physical Therapists Ann Aragona
and Karen Boulton started a new di-
vision in Ellis Hospital for Sarcoma
Cancer. The hospital supplied the
two women with 31000. Most of the
money was collected for this worthy
cause by nurses Edith Boyd and Con-
nie Gongdon. It's just a start by Nan-
cy Palmer, Cancer Specialist, says the
new division will grow quickly since
it was discovered that physical therapy
helps cure some cases with this type
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BERNHARDT HOPES FOR
Mr. Dennis Bernhardt, who won the
first prize for Dairy Cattle last year,
plans to enter his cows again this year
in the Altamont Fair. Betty O'Neill,
the Treasurer at the Bernhardt Farm,
announced that she collected 5515,-
000.00 for milk sold last year. David
Parker, the Foreman, predicts another
good year ahead.
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CATSKILL GAME FARM
PURCHASES ONLY ANIMAL
OF ITS KIND
--J l le l . I--ll The Catskill Game Farm has pur-
chased the only Chicken Billed Platy-
1:-ol Shealk Sea. Sloell Sale, 'puSintheW0fia.
It was raised by Clyde De Wiese
alba Y' lon Karen Peterson's Rare Bird Farm
in Florida. Valerie Wilson Veterin-
arian on the farm says the Platypus
,must be kept from the water because
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NISKA' NEWS-Wednesday, june 10, 1978 Pg. 6
for the second time in a Broadway
Musical in New York. Dick Healey,
starring as Captain Hook, and An-
thony McClimans, as Michael, are
both well known actors. Patsy Loritsch,
Make-up Director, purchased the new-
est make-up materials which make the
actors and actresses look like the child-
ren parts they're acting. joyce Watter's
new lipstick discovery is being used.
Richard Davis, chemist who invented
a hair grower, sent a ten ounce bottle
which was used on Gail Curtiss' hair
to make it long. She stars as Wendy.
Linda Jeffrey stars as the children's
nurse. Tom Kalteaux, starring as croc-
odils, has a special suit designed by
Beverly Moore's Costume Corporation.
Gary Pearson, originally the Mushy-
Wushy commercial announcer, will be
the narrator. "Peter Pan" has the most
elaborate costumes since "My Fair
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THE SPORTS WORLD NEWS
U.S. JOINS RUSSIAN
The U.S. has decided to enter the
Sports Festival Russia is having in
August. john Ziobrowski, pro golfer.
has been chosen to enter the golf con-
test. Terry Hay and Fred Lueck, the
ping-pong champions, will face the
Russian competition. John Becker and
Miss Ruth Reeve, the two best bowlers
of the U.S., were chosen and Robert
Mitchell and Miss Sandra Laudato will
be our contestants in Archery Field
Arthur Strang was selected from twen-
ty men as the best diver. The winter
sport contests will be held in the Alps
and Barbara Hoskins, champion figure
skater, with Pam Doin, gymnastics
professional, have already left on the
George Ryon Airlines Private Plane in
order to be there a few months early.
Alison Liebhafsky from the Diplomatic
Corpghas gone with them and will
discuss with Switzerland's Government
the possibility of a Ski Tournament
between the two nations.
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RED REBEL WINS AGAIN
Red Rebel, Derby Winner, wins
551,000,000 Owner James McNaugh'
ton of Red Rebel has gotten a little
over one billion dollars since he's
owned him. jockey David Gidley de-
clared he'd never ridden a faster horse.
Wayne Yager and Roger Henry, thor-
oughbred breeders, stated that Rebel
was worth 320,000,000 and would
have been worth much more when he
was younger. Both wish to purchase
him but McNaughton won't retire
him for another year.
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YANKEES HAVE NEW
In the National League this year,
Yankees are again leading. Their new
pitcher, Dick Sims, has pitched three
no hit games. The scout for the Brook-
lyn Dodgers, Carlton Gibson, offered
Sims the top salary job on their team
but he refused. Ed Bednarowski, own'
er of the Yankees, predicts that Sims
will break Lenten's batting record
which was set seven years ago. Dick
buys a special type of bat and glove
that he likes better than other brands
at Ray Komp's store.
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TWO SCHENECTADY BOYS
IN THE SPOTLIGHTS AT
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
William Finkle, from Schenectady,
New York, will fight for the Heavy
Weight Championship next week
against Slugger McGee, the challenger
to the Title he's held for three years.
Gary Gagne, world famous wrestler,
also from Schenectady, will meet his
opponent next week at the Garden.
Sherwood Hamil, Captain of the
Globetrotters, who went to school with
the two men, will be in the vicinity
and has bought ringside seats at each
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VAN ANTWERP TEACHERS
Our Inquiring Reporter made a sur-
vey of the V.A.S. teachers who were
in retirement. The following facts
were disclosed: Mr. Williams is deep-
sea fishing off the coast of Canada,
Miss Peterson is finishing her fifth
year in Paris where she is teaching at
the Sorbonne, Mr. Flahive has retired
to his yacht where it is understood
that he is perfecting his violin tech-
nique for a concert debut, Miss Pen-
tecost is now raising Great Danes and
Boxers in her kennels, Miss Morrison
recently returned from a world tour,
Mr. Blake has completed his sixth
book on teaching in public schools.
The remainder declined to return the
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NISKA' NEWS-Wednesday, june 10, 1978 Pg. 5
dives and he would die if it was sub-
Catskill Game Farm paid 31,000
for just the rare Platypus.
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TOO MUCH OIL!
The 1,000 acre cattle ranch formerly
owned by jeffrey Cahn was recently
sold because of oil well trouble. Part
owner, Don Bisgrove, while riding the
range in his helicopter, noticed that
three good grazing fields were flooded
with oil. This makes the tenth time
oil had ruined his land,5 declared
Cahn. Geologists Robert Fowler, Jeff
Schwedes and Richard Strom told Cahn
and Bisgrove that it would be impos-
sible to keep the oil below the sur-
face because of the rock formations
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WALT DISNEY PRODUCTION
GOES TO GERMANY
John Ball, new director of the Walt
Disney studio, has sent john Delack
to Germany to direct the filming of
"German Knight." Thomas Sennet
will do the photographing and Gary
W'illiams, from Hollywood, is the
head of the Sound Effects. David
Lawry, well known historian, has been
asked to draw the description of an an-
cient German castle which Walter
Schenk will build for the movie. The
old Warship needed for a dramatic
battle scene is being built by Bruce
Stancliff. David Lester will play the
part of Robin Hood in a scene shot in
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"AIDA', PRESENTED ON TV
Miss Ann Gatta will star in the
coming TV opera, "Aida," by Gui-
seppe Verdi.'Connie Neilson, from
jean Schroeter's Ballet School, plays
e part of the main dancer. Play
critic, David Blitzblau, reports that
it will be the best presentation ever
given on TV. Craig Organis music
store will be selling the Sound Track
SPECIAL TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS
11 :30 AM - TASTE TIME with Barbara Zagata
2:50 PM - THE LIGHTED ROAD . . . Today's drama will tell the story
of how Bruce Travins taught a savage tribe of Africans to be Christians.
5:00 PM - MAMA starring Sylvia Hansen
8:00 PM - ED SULLIVAN . . . Guests: The Rockettes and the two star
dancers, Katherine Clark and jean Schultz. Sue Ellen Fitzpatrick's trained
raccoons, and Comedian Muriel Fasula. jonathan Bosworth will be M.C.
while Ed is on vacation.
9:30 PM - PRIVATE SECRETARY starring Mary Jane Park.
12:00 Mid. - LATE LATE SHOW-"10,000 Deaths" by Bonny Vail.
Starring Dick Healey, Sue Shapiro.
12:30 AM - FIGHTS-Main Event: "Muscles" Willey vs. "Killer" Fink.
Record. It will be presented on Au-
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THE THEATER WORLD'S
STAR DOG SICK
The filming of "Giant of Mexico,'
starring Carmen Galiath, the cham-
pion Chihuahua actress raised by Betty
Orzel and Carolyne Bard, was sud-
denly interrupted when the small dog
collapsed from ulcers. Director, Pam
Cobb, announced that the shooting
will be resumed when Carmen recov-
ers. Dr. Jane McCune, Hollywood
Veterinarian, will perform an oper-
ation Friday, her private secretary,
Estella Vanderhorst, informed the
Sharon Williams plays the role of
Carmenls owner and Ricky Sauter, the
Musical director, Maestro Thomas
Beams will, however, continue prac-
ticing with his famous orchestra
"Moon Beams," featuring janet Carter
who plays flute and Paul Greenblath,
the trumpet. Dick Cain plays the pi-
ano solo in the love scene. Ted Lok-
enberg, trombone player, plays "To-
reador" in the scene where jim Bri-
addy, comedian dogcatcher, is chased
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NEW YORK CITY PRESENTS
"Peter Pan" will be acted on stage
for the first time tomorrow and will
continue for one year. Susan Shapiro,
who plays Peter, will be appearing
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