North Hills News Record from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on April 30, 1975 · Page 27
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North Hills News Record from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania · Page 27

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, April 30, 1975
Page 27
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26-- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1975--NEWS RECORD Becky Cole Nancy Spellman Elzine Smith Joseph Wentz . . . state champ s/iow/ng trophy to runner-up teammates at Richland High . . . Richland junior is tops in state Take one brand-new forensic club, add some enthusiastic kids, an assistant varsity football coach for a club sponsor, and what have you got? A state ^champion and a top-quality Richland High School entry in the recent conference of the Pennsylvania Junior High School League. Becky Cole, 17, a Richland Junior, became state champ in the dramatic interpretation division. She is now a com- petitor in the national finals in Indianapolis in June. Becky is the daughter of Philip and Mary Ellen Cole, McKinney Road, Pine Three other Richland students, Nancy Spellman. Elaine Smith and JoSeph Wents, were runners-up. Nancy and Joe made the final rounds of the radio broadcasting competition. Elaine placed in persuasive speaking. The conference was held at Pennsylvania State University. Richland's club sponsor is John Seftas. Becky's mother said the Richland club members got a boost at the conference f r o m North Hills School District competitors. North Hills has been a strong entrant in forensic events for years. Mrs. Cole said: "When we won. North Hills was as proud as Richland." Loyalty Day winners set for banquet Six area winners of the creative poster competition sponsored by the Loyalty Day committee of'Allegheny County Council, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary, will be honored at a banquet in May. Winners were judged on six levels. They include Patricia Dauer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dauer. 4214 Perrysville Ave., 26th Ward, and a pupilat Nativity School, third level winner, and The Scene the following honorable mentions: Amy Beth Kaiser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Kaiser. 88 Martsolf Ave.. West View, a St. Athanasius pupil; Mary Kapetanovich. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kapetanovich.. 2030 Alfred St.. Reserve. Reserve Elementary School: David Pickl, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Pickl, 627 Farragut St.. Millvale, St. Anthony School, and Ross McBride, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claire McBride, 319 Holiday Drive, Ross, Perrysville School. Chairmen included Mrs. John Biedrzycki and Mrs. Robert (Lee) Hollenberger. Mrs. Maria Stewart and Mrs. Delores K. Sebastian, teachers, served as contest judges. Free checking is First Class atNorthSide Deposit Bank. isn't true at the Big 3 Pittsburgh Banks. Bank-by-Mail and we pay first class postage both ways. The Big 3 Pittsburgh banks don't. That's why it is important to have a Free Checking Account at North Side Deposit Bank. It's another way to save money. Business and Personal Checking Accounts are also Free at North Side Deposit Bank. You pay nothing! No service charge. No minimum balance charge. No charge for regular checks. At the Big 3 Pittsburgh banks only Personal Checking Accounts are free. You also receive an itemized checking account statement showing all your deposits, payments and balance. Monthly, if you have a Business Account. Quarterly, if you have a Personal Account. Either way, you can keep your budget balanced. Free Checking also means you can save automatically. It's automatic once you let us know you "want fo save automatically". Just select an amount of $25 or more. We'll transfer $25 or more as often as you want from your Free Checking Account to your North Side Deposit Savings Account. To what you add--we'll add the best commercial bank interest rates in town. It's as easy to stop saving automatically as to start. Just let us know North Side Deposit Bank Main Office: 100 Federal Street, across the Sixth Street Bridge from downtown Pittsburgh. Phone: 231-6900 Commodore Perry Square Office: 9600 Perry Highway, North Hills. Phone: 366-6700 Member FOIC Grade 11 tops at Holy Ghost Thirty-four llth graders lead the honor roll recently announced at Holy Ghost High School in Ross; There arel? twelfth graders, 31 tenth graders and 18 in Grade 9. The students are: Grade 12 Debra Blum, Linda Hill, Debra Hutchinson, Susan Klima, Donna Lanier, Carmella Luberto, Mary Ann Quinn, Cheryl Seelhorst. Marlene Barker, Barbara Boles, Linda Fichter, Ruth Heshler, Darlene Kusan, Susan Ley, Rosemary Maloney, Rozanne Schwartz and Janice Westman. Grade 11 Beverly D u m r a u f , K i m b e r l y Goodas. Karen Leo, Mary Ann Lunz, Valerie Nicotra, Rebecca Price, Mary Ann Schneider, Marsha Stadler, Kathy Carr, Donna Gorajewski and Susan Kane. Janet Maletic, Carol Schad, Jan Sevcik. Nancy Thoma, Diane Choy, Eileen Foley, Diane Hilldorfer, Barbara Knobeloch, V i c k i Loritz, Suzan Martin, Ruth Perlik, JoAnne Scalise and Kathv Sill. Susan Winters. Beth Bonsmann, Teri Fullmer. Sandra Holdcroft, Phyllis Luberto, Donna Musher,. Denise Rutkowski, Linda Smolensky, Mary Woomer and Nadine DeNardo. Grade 10 Karen Bilotta. Gwen Bynum, Cheryl Kaib, Leslie Kempa, Donna Kielar, Kathy uhn, Susan Mogus, Kathy O'Keefe. Anita Scanga. Eileen Snyder, June Yamrozik, Deborah Scherer, Judy Choy, Theresa Falgione and Cheryl Knobeloch. Stacey Micklos, Gwen Mounts, Patricia Popolowski, Cynthia Schad. Patricia Weigand, Linda Zdobinski, Diane" Romano. Diane Boll, Renee Conrad. Rozanne Fichter, Cathy Heshler, Roberta Hunkele. Barbara Keys. Maureen Miller, Mary Murphy and Mary Ann Rebholz. Grade9 Joanne Fedorchak, Jane Grindel, Rita Malcney, Lisa Medfisch, Loretta Novelly, Lucille Novelly, Maureen Weimerskirch, Susan Scherer, Cheryl Cohan and Christina Danzuso. 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