School Receives Prizes
Herald of Dec. 27, 1973
The Williamsburg Elementary School concluded the project “Campbell Soup Labels for Education” and received prizes for the effort made by students and teachers. For 12,730 labels collected, the school received a Kodak Carousel 650H slide projector and a Bell and Howell portable cassette tape player-recorder.
The top local news story of 1973 was the search for a lost child on Tussey Mountain.
Three officials at Appleton Papers announced their retirement: Paul Isenberg, power superintendent, Kenneth Heuston, paymaster, and Wayne Stephenson, technical director.