"Here's a mug
for ya Matey"
It's Capn' Schulz
Himself. Larry Schulz about 1951 holding her steady in a boat
his Dad built. He would do the same thing in the same boat with
just a slightly bigger motor in 1961 while yours truly attempted
to water ski off the back on top of a '41 Chevy carhood.
It was Larry's idea, but I was the daredevil
idiot who wound up in Bayview Hospital
Those who have read some of the Buzz
& Pee Wee Stories know that Larry & Dennis Schulz were
the first "all year round" friends Butchie & Me
had in Mastic Beach
This first pic was taken
around 52 or 3 with their dog Skippy and their Dads '52 Ford.
The Baseball shot a few years later in their front yard on Phyllis
Dr. If I had a nickel for every inning of baseball we ever played....I'd
be as rich as Joe Knapp was. That bungalow in the background is
on Jefferson Drive....Whole Lotta Trees!
Nov 1957 Larry Schulz's
5th Grade Class
Frt: Ray Staiger, LARRY, Chris
Sabolis, Ed Kenny, Vinny Pasquale, Ray Keenan
2 : Diana Serinmer?, Mary Ann
Perfasie?, Bobbie Galowski, Sarah Cizarella, Joe Esposito, Linda
Alfinito, Mac Titmus, Donna Cruishank Desta Moore
3: Barbara Lynch, Maureen Audet,
Janet ? Serine, Mary McNulty, Alice Maple, Ann Weynerd, Janette
? Jo Ann Clark, Mary Caruso, Joyce Chesner
4: Christine Linder, Lee Potts,
Donald Hulse, Richie Jankee, Joe Schultz, Dennis? Richie Van Tassel,
Anthony Torre, Mr. Werner
photo supplied by Mac Titmus
1957 My 6th Grade Class
Frt: Joe Lever, Steve Landau,
2nd: ?? , ?? ,Joanne Turner, Virginia
Bjornstadt, Judy Ziegler, Sarah Bonandono, Mary Ann Russo
3: Virginia Lefebvre, Roberta
Straub, Carol Rowan, Eva Hulse, Delores Dudine,Ellen Smart, Karen
Hoffman, Alicia Patera, Betty Ann Karden
4: Joe Intonato, Bill Nagle, Me,
Vic DiPierro, Peter Apostoulu, Bob Azzarra, Peter Santos? , George
Costa, Richard Borri
photo supplied by Alicia Patera
& Pat Sharp
The Schulz's new '57 Fairlane
Our Ford Country Squire
May 1958 Wm Floyd 8th
to Washington DC. Found
Butchie ( watching TV?) sharing a room with Johnny Messinetti,
& Freddy Hillerud who seems to be thinking about creative
ways to deploy water balloons. The 4th roomie is photog Garry
Messinetti who supplied the photo.
"Floyd Shop 1959"
Mr. Hyland used to pull
the first Drivers Ed car in there everynight? A green and white
This one and two below
came from the first Wm. Floyd Yearbook (1960) courtesy of Dorothy
Paul Einfeldt &
John Krezmien 1959-60
giving a lift to either
Mrs. Nelson's or Mr. Dionisio's English Ford. Hers was Blue, his
was Black. Photo was taken in front of the school. If it was in
color, I could tell you whose car it was.
No doubt about this
one. It's not Mr. Dionisio.
IT'S MRS. NELSON!
Our Mom was a nanny for Dorice Nelson's three kids, Stephen, Mikey & Lee. I never had her for a teacher, Butchie did. But I certainly had her for a friend. She told Officer Ratigan he definitely had the wrong man...err boy