Telstar Students Shocked, Disoriented By Cache Of Musical Devices That Never Sent Steve Jobs 99 Cents


“I like this old stuff,” said Telstar High School student Adam Literak Saturday, as he looked through boxes at the Bethel Historical Society. Literak was one of a half dozen THS students who volunteered their time to help the Society move 35 years’ worth of collection items out of the storage room at the Moses Mason House. It’s part of a plan to renovate the second-floor room. The overhaul will include the installation of heating and cooling equipment to improve climate control for BHS archives on that floor of the 1813 building. As part of the project, hundreds of 19th and early 20th-century items were temporarily relocated downstairs to the exhibit hall. Among the items: an air-raid sand pail, a picnic box with real plates and silverware, a hearthside popcorn popper, a Victrola phonograph, photos, signs and dresses.  (read more at BethelCitizen)