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In March ’70, kids, grown-ups were up for some unusual fun

Strange tops were the subject at the Schenectady Light Opera Company’s funny hat party in March 1970. From left are Diane Buckley, Jerry Shelton, Paige Gauvreau, Art Gauvreau, Carolyn Hauke, Ruth Shelton and Joe McDonough.
Strange tops were the subject at the Schenectady Light Opera Company’s funny hat party in March 1970. From left are Diane Buckley, Jerry Shelton, Paige Gauvreau, Art Gauvreau, Carolyn Hauke, Ruth Shelton and Joe McDonough.
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Some people were in strange moods during March 1970. It had to be spring fever — a woman wore a cake on her head, 13 boys climbed a large tree, young women danced in medieval dress and teenagers took over county government. Paige Gauvreau wore the “cake,” an elaborate hat that won an award at the Schenectady Light Opera Co.’s “funny hat” party. Others at the Woodlin Club bash wore swim caps, feathers, ducks and ...


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