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1957 1957 1957 1957 1957 1957 1957 1957 



NATIONAL AGGIES 
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1957 1937 1957 1957 1957 1957 1957 1957 

NATIONAL AGGIES 
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National Agricultural College 

Ooylestown, Pennsylvania 







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CO-EDITORS: 



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ART EDITOR: waiter LenJzieriLl 
BUSINESS MANAGER: eJwatJ cooper 







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Henry Schmeider 



.Because he taught us to decide for our- 
selves, by the "theory of the coin", 

.Because he said the longer the student's 
name, the brighter the student, and then 
gave equal marks, 

.Because upon asking a question which no 
one answered said "Silence is igno- 
rance. " and when someone answered the 
question said "Fools rush in where angels 
fear to trod. ", 

.Because he couldn't teach us everything 
he knows in just four years, but be- 
cause he tried, 

.Because he told us about life, and about 
his friends, the bees at every available 
opportunity , 

.Because he gave us the opportunity to "look 
in the book" instead of asking him., and 
told us that we were wasting our time in 
school when we could be out making m,oney 
and getting experience , 

.Because we respect him. as a scholar, a 
teacher, and a gentleman, 
we dedicate this 1957 Cornucopia to 
Professor Henry Schmeider. 







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that just tickle her with a hoe 

and she laughs with a harvest." 



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"May nothing evil cross this door 
And may ill fortune never pry 
About these windows; may the roar 
And rains go by." 



Herbert D. AUman Building 



Faculty House 





Glngko Lane and Segal Hall 




Lasker Hall 



the Chapel 





the Library 




the Diagnostic Lab 




in front of Lasker Hall 



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the New Dorm 






President James Work 



William A. Smith 
Assistant to the President 




the FACULTV 




Frederick S. Blau 

Head of the Department 

of Ornamental Horticulture 





Arthur Brown 

Head of the Department of Dairy 

Husbandry 



Stephen Kerdo 

Head of the Department of Poultry 

Husbandry 




Peter Glick 
Director of Athletics 



David M. Purmell 

Head of the Department of 

Horticulture 






Dr. Tibor Pelle 

Head of the Department of Animal 

Husbandry 



Dr. Julian Prundeanu 
Head of the Department of Agronomy 





Dr. George E. Turner 
Dean of Science and Agriculture 



Dr. Albert Schatz 
Head of the Department of Research 



Dr. Jonas W. Bucher 
Professor of Economics 





Dr. Paul R. Bowen 
Professor of Biology 





Charles Conover 
Poultry Diagnostician 




R. D. Forbes 
Associate Professor of Forestry 



Richard M. Bateman 

Instructor of Ornamental 

Horticulture 




Joshua Feldstein 
Assistant Professor of Horticulture 




Byron W. Eraser 

Assistant Professor o£ Food 

Bacteriology 





Dr. Jesse Elson 
Professor of Chemistry 



Oskar H. Larsson 
Assistant Dean of Students 



Theodore Gehlniann 
Assistant Dean of Students 



Harry Hopkins 
Instructor in Animal Husbandry 






Russell Knorr 
Instructor in Accounting 






Dr. Joseph J. Martin 
Research Associate 




Dennis Leon 
Instructor in Art 




Dr. Louis Leibovitz 
Professor of Animal Pathology 



Henry Schmeider 
Professor of Plant Pathology 




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Abraham Rellis 

Instructor in Ornamental 

Horticulture 




James Popham 
Instructor in Chemistry 




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Louis Kendall, Lt. Col. ret. 
Instructor in Poultry Husbandry 




Lionel M. Adelson 
Research Associate 




Jean Smith 
Secretary to the President 



Dr. George E. Webster 

Professor of Agricultural 

Engineering 





Gail Kruk 
Secretary to the Dean 



SENIORS 





G. Edgar Adams 

Vineland, N.J. 
Animal Husbandry 



Duane Bair 

New Hope, Pa. 
Ornamental Horticulture 





Richard I. Benstead 

Audubon, N.J. 
Food Industry 



William Berkson 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ornamental Horticulture 





Sidney Blair 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Animal Husbandry 



William G. Bomberger 

Lebanon, Pa. 
Food Industry 





Walter Bradford II 

Plainfield, N. J. 
Horticulture 



Bernard Raymond Burghardt 

Colonia, N. J. 
Ornamental Horticulture 





Joseph Carstens 

Old Bridge, N.J. 
Horticulture 



Joseph Robert Catino 

Hillside. N.J. 
Horticulture 





Albert Anthony Cavallo 

Upper Darby, Pa. 
Animal Husbandry 



Enrique Cavelier Gaviria 

Bogota, Colombia, S.A. 
Animal Husbandry 





Paul L. Chechele Jr. 

West Pittston, Pa. 
Agronomy 



Pinya Cohen 

Vineland.N.J. 
Food Industry 





Edward Zeph Cooper 

Jersey City. N.J. 
Horticulture 



George Cox 

Verona, N.J. 
Animal Husbandry 





Kenneth Downey 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Ornamental Horticulture 



Cornelius Evangelides 

Food Industry 
Doylestown, Pa. 





Gilbert Finkel 

Lakewood, N.J. 
Food Industry 



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Harry L. Fitts Jr. 

Belleville, N.J. 
Horticulture 





Raymond Wayne Groff 

Pitman, N.J. 
Ornamental Horticulture 



Kristen W. Hauge 

Farmingdale, N.J. 
Dairy Husbandry 





Wayne S. Hoffner 

Pitman, N.J. 
Ornamental Horticulture 



Jack Holzapfel 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Animal Husbandry 





Jesse Harold Jefferis 

West Chester, Pa. 
Dairy Husbandry 



William Daniel Jones 

Kingston, Pa. 
Dairy Husbandry 





Sven Kastor 

Dallas, Pa. 
Special Student 



Walter John Kendzierski Jr. 

Camden, N.J. 
Horticulture 





Anthony Kubat Jr. 

Little Ferry, N.J. 
Horticulture 



Joseph Richard Kuhta 

Garfield, N.J. 
Animal Husbandry 





Barry Lamb 

Freehold. N.J. 
Ornamental Horticulture 



Paul Edward Lepard 

Harrisburg, Pa. 
Ornamental Horticulture 





John J. Lesko Jr. 

Saddle Brook, N.J. 
Animal Husbandry 



H. William Loesch 

Westfield. N.J. 
Dairy Husbandry 





Donald William Lucas 

Keyport, N.J. 
Ornamental Horticulture 



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W. Douglas McCarty 

Hammonton, N. J. 
Animal Husbandry 





Thomas Franklin McMinn 

Pennsville, N.J. 
Ornamental Horticulture 



William James Orem 

Audubon, N.J. 
Poultry Husbandry 





Gordon Reed Phillips Jr. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Animal Husbandry 



William Plenge 

Asbury, N.J. 
Horticulture 





Mark William Rabinowitz 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Food Industry 



Henry H. G. Rose 

Milford. N.J. 
Poultry Husbandry 





Lewis Seidenberg 

Brookline, Mass. 
Food Industry 




Merald Allen Sockwell Jr. 

Bridgeton, N.J. 
Dairy Husbandry 





Clifford Soss 

Burlingham.N.Y. 
Poultry Husbandry 



Bryant Henry Stanley 

Clifton, N.J. 
Animal Husbandry 





George N. Stein 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Poultry Husbandry 



John James Toscano 

Little Ferry, N.J. 
Ornamental Horticulture 





Gilbert S. Trelawny 

Doylestown, Pa. 
Food Industry 



Wm. Van Keuren 

Ridgefield Park, N.J. 
Animal Husbandry 





Harvey A. Wacker 

Woodcliff Lake, N.J. 
Animal Husbandry 



Thomas W. Watson 

Great Neck, L. I., N. Y. 
Animal Husbandry 





Tevis Michael Wernicoff 

Vineland.N.J. 
Poultry Husbandry 



Fred Thomas Wolford 

Doylestown, Pa. 
Animal Husbandry 





Richard Alvin Woolsey 

Trenton, N.J. 
Dairy Husbandry 







CLASS HISTORV 












Seated Left to Right: L. Seigel, A. Delitzscher, C. Klein, H. Ashby, G. McMahon, 
A. Oscapinski, P. Winkie, D. Grim. W. Coward, A. Carp, P. Winkie, R. McLoug- 
lin, B. Salmon, E. Zablah Second Row: K. Smith, R. Salisbury, R. Haas, P. StoU- 
ery, A. Dolinsky, R. Schadt, J. Sardone, S. Fonseca, T. Dall, H. Rizen, A. Smith, 
C. Grouse, A. Cabrales, R. Berke Third Row: G. Martin, A. Walker, L. Golden- 
tyer, H. Goetchius, D. Fero, M. Flint, D. Weinberg, B. Hoick, F. Rosade, J. 
Overdevest, T. Dornseifer, R. Heinzelmann, W. Scott Fourth Row: J. Dolan, 
A. Binger, J. McCann, F. Wojtowicz, D. Caplan, C. Max, B. Tomshe, I. Novak 
N. Deakyne, D. CoUingwood, N. Weisgarber, M. McCarty, R. Prins, W. Haller 



Class Officers 
President, Don Grim 
Vice-President, Walt Coward 
Secretary, Phil Winkie 
Treasurer, Al Carp 



Class of '58 





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Seated Left to Right:!. Shinn, B. Snavely, R. Smith, C. Lee, R. Porter, G. Usaty, 
B. Glass, R. Stevens, J. Testa, L. Cooper, R. Braubitz, B. Price, D. Kharrazi, 
S. Wildstein, A. Mazzocchi Second Row: L. Furth, J. Plog, E. Baker, J. Metcalf, 
R. Steidinger, A. Manrique, R. Wilkins, R. Burns, L. Holding, P. Rohr, H. Kruk, 
T. Brerman, B. Wittenberg, D. Major, K. Signor Third Row: L. Martinelli, R. 
Hendrick, K. Bergman, C. Baker, J. Criswell,R. Rush, W. Parkhurst, R. Emery, 
T. Reith, J. Potashnick, D. Gootman, P. Nicas, M. O'Donnell, S. Lammin Fourth 
Row: J. Briggs, J. Bertz, M. Zuber, L. Garrett, A. Makowski, J. Schultz, S. 
Nadler, R. Grim, J. Merrill, J. Jackson, D. Steely, H. Osborne, C. Hettinger, 
D. Bjornson 



Class Officers 
President, Bob Stevens 
Secretary, John Plog 
Treasurer, Bart Glass 



Class of '59 







Seated Left to Right: F. Radican, R. Norton, W. Acor, M, Worman, R. Woodruff, 
L. Fonseca, J. Siatkowski, M. Uniman, H. Stoner, W. Kennedy, A. Shreeman, H. 
Simpson, E. Menkens, J. Enz, J. Moritz Second Row: E. Markovic, E. Vinecour, 
T. Herr, D. Gregg, C. Connelly, J. Bittman, N. Trager, J. Mulnick, P. Daughen- 
baugh, F. Burpee, R. Goodman, A. Salamone, J. Boris, L. Schilling, W. Morris, 
F. Dalena, G. Bruck Third Row: B. Rumberger, R. McHaffie, C. Amoroso, J. 
Exley, A. Edling, A. Jelliffe, D. Coran, J, Holcombe, R. Kerby, C. Blatt, R. 
Clark, J. Foyle, F. Roman, J. Joyce, K. Sausville, T. Argeson Fourth Row: D. 
Linde, J. Tolley, E. Stickel, P. Staudt, G. Halpern, W. Shall, L. Hilsen, A. 
Fritchey, D. Kantner, N. Dorosin, S. Baldwin, R. Gordon, R. Anthony, T. Koes 
Fifth Row: L. Mazur, R. Sturm, R. Everett, W, George, D. Ainsworth, S. Klutz, 
F. McConnell, J. Conig, A. Silverman, R. Kohr,R. Holcombe, D. Wise, R. Weiser, 
H. Detrick, T. Cannan, G. Charlick 



Class Officers 
President, Marv Uniman 
Vice-President, Herb Stoner 
Secretary, Joe Siatkowski 
Treasurer, Bill Kennedy 



Class of '60 






/S.-&U 








MAJORS 




AGROMONV 




LegumeS) 
grasses, 
and students. 




Why don't 



Field trip to soil 
conservation service. 



Certainly this can be easily identified. 



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m.fS!KS>^ 





So this is a diploid 



)u know it? 




. . . cotton pickers . . . Prundy . . . fine, for sure . . . What about a 
coffee break? . . . This certainly will count heavily against your 
mark . . . Gentleman . . . Who volunteers? . . . Hey Paul, are you 
confused or just lonely? . . . Walt, Authur ... as agronomy majors 
. . . But sir, I had a dentist appointment . . . death is the only excuse 
. . . Certainly that is as good a question as any . . . field trip to Mr. 
Burpee Seed Company . . . Gentlemen, you had better take notes . . . 
who talks Wednesday? . . . Authur, we need a big car . . . close that 
pocketbook, Scorp . . . Martin had a baby!!! . . . Where is Zablah . . . 
Who's handwriting?, Sandy or Walt . . . Chechele knows a short 
cut . . . 



Gee, I don't know either. 




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ANIMAL HUS6ANDRV 




The Judging Team: Kneeling Left to Right: J. McMann, T. Watson, H. Waclter, W. Van Keuren Second Row: 
R. Heinzelmann, J. Lesko, B. Howarth, E. Adams, J. Dolan, F. Wolford 



at Harrisburg 





Harry Hopkins School of Horsemanship. 



. . . Leesteen, don't get me wrong, meester . . . 
Doctor, I have a question, that's not the way it's 
done at Consolidated . . . It's only ten after, 
and here comes Slim . . . Well boys, I'm tired 
. . . the approach toward better living is through 
multiple unit trends ... let us digress for just 
a moment, gentlemen . . . Phillips once had a 
dog, a little bundle of knowledge ... I would 
theenk to be fair-r-r-r . . . always use fertilizer, 
you men . . . who castrated the gilt I? ... a grad- 
uate of the Harry Hopkins School of Horseman- 
ship . . . who put the worm in Boston Brownie's 
pocket? . . . Wood-apple . . . throw that calf, 
Colorado. . .why don't you take poultry Waaackeh. 




Where's the nearest glue factory? 



DAIRV HUS6ANDRV 




The Judging Team: J. Jefferis, W. Jones, M. Sockwell 



You guys WhatdowedoinPracticum to- 
day? . . . stay out of sight ... I remember 
back in . . . Today we will go to Work's . . . 
It is all in the book . . . Periodic opthalmia 
. . . Going to Philly tonight . . . My wife 
stopped my allowance ... It's a real strain 
for you guys to do any mental work . . . How 
can the chem majors pass organic . . . What 
are we showing, Holsteins, or Shorthorns? 
. . . Take out the silver spoon, playboy . . . 
Got any money for class dues? ... Do you 
know what time this class starts? . . . What's 
the Chihuahua power of that car Sock? . . . 
Grand Champion's secret: spend lots of 
time I . . . Ahht Brahn . . . 



Dick WoUsey 




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Jeff, Sock, and female companion 



I like Wheaties because 




Who is kidding whom? 




Kris Hauge 




FOOD INOUSTRV 





Well, I guess we should have added some more citric acid. 



,. . . Test tube babies ... It's a phenomenon . . . more labs 
. . . give us a tune Jerry . . . basically, fundamentally, 
principally . . . well this isn't really important, but it's 
interesting . . . Barney . . . damnit, it worked last year . . . 
Amos, Ignor ... so we won't be accountants . . . Doc . . . 
say. Dr. Fisher ... no 1 didn't get these pants at the 
salvation army, 1 sat down in the F. 1. lab . . . can't we 
find any place warmer than this ... I'd like to tell you 
a little story ... so I'd made some sections of these 
kidney stones . . . when 1 was at the University of Cali- 
forn-i-a . . . today we study pH . . . spare me . . . line up 
against de vail . . . Lou has a conflict this period . . . 



Jerry and pH 




Bemiy 



HORTICULTURE 




The Judging Team: W. Kendzierski, A. Kubat, L. Fritts, J. Feldstein, coach. 



. . .fruits growers . . . Peaches . . . Daddy, Daddy, buy me soup ... as I have previously indicated, 
I urge you to bear in mind that I am an honest man . . . boysh, boysh, pay attention, no fool around 
. . . Icanget it for you wholesale ... I'm not giving any exemptions this semester . . . gareeeee. . . 
a very substantial road side marketdon dare, you know . . . pafindorf in Metuchen . . . tousens and 
and tousens . . . the scab isata minimum . . . we're going to clean up horticulture this year ... I 
shmell a rat . . . but that was twenty years ago ... do you think we'll have any classes this se- 
mester? . . . paradichloro- boom- boom . . . zeseboysinhortare useless in zis farm management 
course, zey don't understand za in-ven-tory or za piks . . . that's all. . . 





M-m-m-m-rnen 



Joe and Walt 




very substantial kabbige 





very bubbtantial pumpkins, you know 



vich vey boat 




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Pansy pushing 




Say Bate-o, look, roots. 



ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 



For a change today, we're cutting 





This course in practium is dangerous 




Distance, 337.58 feet. 



...Pansy-pushers ... today in practium, we're going to pot geraniums ... but am I right or am I 
wrong? . . . schematically speaking . . . Freddie . . . pseudotsuga taxifolia or pussy suds . . . Hank, the 
rock, Schmeider ... hey Abe, it's raining in the greenhouse . . . what the hell are herbs? . . . today 
we'll take a field trip to Andre's ... the Bate-o ... hey Flex, you driving? ... of course 1 have perfect 
elocution . . . those mid-night trips to the nursery ... did you get a C in practium too? ... hey Mr 
Schmeider. how 'bout a field trip to New Galena Inn? ... Tex Rancid ... I'm so smart 1 make myself 
sick . . . 




Getting 
a few 
pointers 



POULTRV HUS6AN0RV 



Experimentation, education, diagnostic services all of these and more, at the Research Lab. 





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The Judging Team 





Jim. . 



. . . Chicken Pluckers . . . "H" . . . You mean we 
have to go to class Thursday awd Friday I llJake, 
the Fake . . . What's this class at 7:30 Saturday 
morning?. . . So 1 stopped at this bar over in 
Paris . . . Anybody want tofly into Philly tonight? 
. . . Naw, you can't make any money on chickens, 
I have some cabins in the mountains . . . Say 
Steve, . . . 



Dese here 




SPORTS 







The "56 
Football Squad 



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Alright, alright, let them make fools of themselves. 



Darn right 




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Look what some nasty boys did to Susquehanna's 
field. 



Vggies 













15 o' 

300 ;. - 
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uehanna^ 
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Oick Purnell, des- ^;<ri.',a.ec; 

■,anal Aggies scout „,ou,,,| ^^ 

i one of the best .. 

J-lacks -in the coun- scooting across 

-"at Saturday. lead- Bob Lewis Iciclced the point 



60 yard drive thai ^ A'T ^ y4 

ith Jack ^■alndkis O/j/^ fj^ff 

ss from tlif seven. /'/, ^ *'C/r» * 

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hanna University touchdown to make it 13-0 at the ii,-,'! •' h.J''i<>i,'. 
o a 19-0 victory half. 'iJ, ''y n 'Cf ,' 

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Var.sity Football 
1956 



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Mont Clair State Teachers 
WiLson Teachers 
Susquehanna University 
Millersville State Teachers 
Kutztown State Teachers 



Gallaudet College 
Ursinus College 



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The best Pete 
ild offer was 
iquehanna Ifl. 
. the AgKies fill 
;k led this 
niiig 47 yards. 
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of the game J 
it the Aggies 
toiy or even sj 

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Back of the year 



. of the class of '57 





Congratulations fellows . 



You did it mah way 





Basketball 



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That deadly hook shot. 



Coach Gehlmann and co-captains, Don and Tony 





Dick Prins 



Charlie Indek 




i -..AVJ. 




Junior Varsity Squad - R. Everett, R. Anthony, R. Hendrick, D. Linde, J. Merrill, 
R. Grim, R. Bowman, J. Silverman, M. O' Donnell, J. Metcalf, B. Hoick, in center, 
J. Shinn 





Baseball 



Managers, Sock and Jeff 










'56 coach, Charlie Keys 




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ACTIVITIES 





'"A\ 



Kneeling Left to Right: S. Fonseca, H. Kruk, W. Coward, R. Bruns Second Row: 
B. Snavely, R. Porter, L. Seidenberg, T. Dall, J. Shinn, A. Manrique, E. Zablah, 
P. Chechele, Dr. Prundeanu Third Row: C. Hettinger, L. Martinelli, P. Nicas, 
J. Merrill, E. Adams, J. Lesko, M. McCarty, L. Holding, H. Goetchius 



Agronomy Club 



Agronomy Club Officers: 
Walt Coward, president 
Sandy Fonseca, Harry Kruk 




Hmmm, mice. 



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Dese here are chelates 






An Hus Club 




First Row: J, Lesko, T. Watson, J. Kuhta, B. Glass, H. Wacker, G. McMahon, D. McCarty, G. Cox, E. Ad- 
mas, G. Phillips, F. Wolford, W. Van Keuren, H. Cavalier Second Row: H. Rizen, F. Homan, S. Baldwin, 
S. Klutz, J. Bertz, E. Baker, L. Fonseca, B. Berke, A. Smith, C. Crouse, D. Major, T. Cannan, R. Clark, R. 
Heinzelmami Third Row: J. Dolan, N. Weisgarber, L. Hllsen, R. Kohr, R. Koenlg, H. Stoner, D. Kantner, 
D. Gootman, R. Holcomb, E. Plotka, M. Warman, F. McConnel, C. Max 



The Dairy Society 












Dairy Club Officers: Hunt Ashby, president, Don Grim, 
vice-president, Bob Grim, secretary-treasurer. 




l,oo\ti 



nop*' 



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Yes, r 



m a Di 



'airy major 




He finally got serious 



F. I. Club 




Front Row: C. Evangelides, G. Trelawney, P. Cohen, B. Bomberger, M. Rablnowltz, T. DornseUer, A. 
Carp, L. Seidenberg, G. Finkel, R. Bensted Second Row: N. Deakyne, S. Wildstein, A. Dolinsky, T. Brennan, 
C. Lee, D. Kharrazi, E. Markovic, D. Weinberg, J. Boris Third Row: A. Salamone, A. Silverman, J. Jack- 
son, G. Usaty, S. Baldwin, S. Nadler, F. Wojtowicz, P. Winkle, D. CoUingwood, J. Mulnick 




Practical application 



Now the Specific Gravity of Sausage meat 





&mIi<k< 



, . . Gil 





Hort Club 



Club Officers: Joe Overdevest, president, Frank Rosade, vice- 
president, Tom Dall, secretary, Al Delitzscher, treasurer 




First Row: W. Hoffner, B. Lamb, W. Groff, D. Bair, P. Lepard, J. Tobcano, A. Delitzscher, J. Overdevest, 
F. Rosade, T. Dall Second Row: E. Menkens, L. Mazure, L. Seigel, J. Siatkowski, J. Sardone, B. Witten- 
berg, D. Gregg, C. Klein, C. Amoroso Last Row: L. Goldentyer, R. Woodrufl, T. Rieth, R. Bauman, A. 
Edling, R. Schadt, R. Gordon, R. Emery, A. Fritchey 



Guest speaker, 
Singkata Tongyai 
discusses orchid 
breeding. 




Front Row: W. Bradford, J. Catino, J. Carstens, W. Kendzierski, L. Fritts, E. Cooper, W. Plenge, D. |i 
Purmell, advisor Second Row: W. Parkhurst, R. Wilkins, J. Testa, R. Haas, R. McLoughlin, J. Metcalf, 
H. Goetchius Third Row: G. Halpern, S. Nadler, D. Fero, D. McCarty, M. O'Donnel, D. Linde, R. Kerby, 
T. Argeson 




Poultry Club 




First Row. D. StPely, K. Bergman, B. Tomshe, H. Rose, C. Soss, T. Cannan Second Row: C. Lee S. Lamnin, 
G. Usaty, T. Mazzocchi, I. Novak, M. Flint, J. Jackson, Dr. Leibovitz, advisor 




Poultry Club Officers: Henry Rose, president 






Grand Champion A-Day exhibit 




First Row: J. Mulnick, L. Goldentyer, A. Delitcher, J. McCann, T. Dall, A. Dolinsky, J. Sardone, D. Wein- 
berg, D. Caplan Second Row: T. Brennan, W. Bomberger, W. Kendzierski, G. Finkel, C. Klein, co-editor, 
F. Wojtowicz, co-editor, P. Lepard, B. Snavley,W. Bradford Third Row: P. Winkie, L, Siegel, G. McMahon, 
H. Ashby, M. Rabinowitz, R. Salisbury, A. Carp, S. Fonseca, L. Seidenberg Fourth Row: T. Watson, J. 
Lesko, D. Bair, E. Cooper, J. Kuhta, H. Jefferis, W. Loesch 



the Gleaner 



Editors, Class of '56, Charles Klein and 
Frank Wojtowicz 



Editors, Class of '57, Gil Finkel and 
Paul Lepard 





Front Row: A. Delitzscher, S. Fonseca, L. Seidenberg Second 
Row: G. Finkel, P. Lepard, C. Klein, T. Dall, J. Toscano, J. 
Catino Third Row: W. Parkhurst, J. Dolan, E. Plotka, W. 
Coward, J. McCann, J. Sardone, J. Overdevest, R. Schadt 



Foto Club 



Club Officers: 
Sandy Fonseca, president 
Joe Sardone, vice-president 
Lew Seidenberg 
Secretary -treasurer 






First Row: J. Testa, S. Fonseca, G. McMahon, A. Delitzscher, S. Baldwin. J. 
Mulnick, W. Buckman, W. Coward, F. Holman Second Row: K. Bergman, M. 
Sockwell, S. Wildstein, T. Wernicoff, G. Halpern, D. Kantner, G. Blatt, L. 
Hilsen Third Row: B. Wittenberg, J. Criswell, R. Emery, S. Nadler, L. Fritts, 
J. Potashnick, R. Norton 



Glee Club 



Merald Sockwell, president and director 




First Row: M. Sockwell, director, J. Criswell, W. Jones, T. Wernicoff, S. 
Lamnin, R. Gordon, P. Cohen, E. Plotka Second Row: A. Carp, B. Witten- 
berg, N. Dorosin, R. Emery, R. Norton, J. Plogg Third Row: M. Sockwell, 
N. Weisgarber, S. Wildstein, D. Kantner, W. Buckman, C. Blatt, J. Smith 
Fourth Row: D. Major, L. Fritts, J. Potashnick, S. Nadler 



N. A. C. Band 



Merald Sockwell, 
president and director 





Seated: H. Wacker, E. Adams, T. Watson, G. Phillips, R. Woolsey, Second Row: 
R. Porter, L. Fonseca, P. Winkie, D. Grim, A. Oscapinski 




Student Counci 



Tom Watson, president 




Co-editors-in-chief, Gil Finkel and Paul Lepard 




Walter Kendzierski 
Art Editor 





Edward Cooper 
Business Manager 



Harold Jefferis 




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Harvey Wacker 




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John Lesko, chairman 



First Row: P. Cohen, E. Adams, R.Schadt, J. Lesko, F. Rosade, W. Kendzierski, 
P. Chechele, H. Jefferis Second Row: H. Ashby, C. Klein, F. Wojtowicz, H. 
Wacker, T. Watson, L. Seidenberg, T. Dornseiffer, S. Fonseca, W. Coward, J. 
Mulnick, H. Rose 




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G.EDGAR ADAMS - Spring Rd., 
Vineland, N. J.; An. Hus. Club 1,2,3, 
4; Dairy Club 1; Hort Club 1,2; An. 
Hus. Judging Team 4; A-Day 3,4; 
Cornucopia 4; Student Council Traf. 
Com. 4. 



RICHARD I. BENSTEAD - 9 Cres- 
ton Ave., Audubon, N. J.; Baseball 
1,4; F.I. Club 3,4; Gleaner 4. 



SIDNEY BLAIR - 372 S. Highland 
Ave.; Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; 
Varsity Club 2,3,4. 



RAYMOND BERNARD BURGHARDT 
- 348 Colonia Blvd., Colonia, N. J,; 
Football 1 (Trainer) 2,3,4; Hort. 
Club 4 



DUANE BAIR - S. Main St., New 
Hope, Pa.; Football 1,2,3; Basket- 
ball 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Hort. Club 
1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2, 
3,4; Gleaner 2,3; Cornucopia 4. 



WILLIAM BERKSON -1806Ashurst 
Rd., Phila. 31, Pa.; GIee\Club2,3,4; 
Gleaner 1,2. 



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WILLIAM G. BOMB ERG ER-Quen- 
tin Rd, Route 5, Lebanon, Pa.; 
Intra. Basketball 1,2,3; Intra. Soft- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Intra. Football 3,4; 
FJ. Club 2,3,4; (Pres. 3); A-Day 
Com. 3; Glee Club 3; Gleaner 2,3,4 
(Assoc. Sports Ed. 2,3); Campus 
Crier 2. 



WALTER BRADFORD 11-835 Cool- 
idge St., Plainfield, N. J.; Var. 
Football 1; Intra. Football 2,3,4; 
Intra. Softball 1,2,3,4; Intra. Basket- 
ball 2,3; Hort. Club 1,2,3,4; Glee 
Club 1,2,3 (Treas. 3); Gleaner 3; 
Class Sec'y 1,2,3,4; Head Waiter 
3,4. 



JOSEPH CARSTENS - 916 Turnpike 
Rd., Old Bridge, N. J.; Football 1,2, 
3,4; Hort. Club 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 
2,3,4; Glee Club 2. 

JOSEPH ROBERT CATINO - 91 

Warwick Rd,., HiUside, N. J.; Hort. 

Club 1,2,3,4; (V-Pres.; Pres.); 

Photo Club 2,3,4; F.I. Club 1; Con- 

temproary Club 3,4; A-Day Com. 

2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Gleaner 3; 

Campus Crier (Publishing Ed.) 1,2, 

3. 

ALBERT ANTHONY CAVALLO - 
7154 Clover Lane, Upper Darby, 
Pa.; Var. Football 1; Var. Basket- 
ball 1; Intra. Baseball 1,2,3,4; Intra. 
Football 3,4; Intra. BasketbaU 2,3; 
An. Hus. Club 2,3,4; Band 2,3; 
Gleaner 2,3. 



INDEX 



ENRIQUE CAVELIER GAVIRIA - 
Calle 13 #4-38, Bogota, Colombia, 
S.A.; Soccer 1; An. Hus. Club 2,3,4. 



PINYA COHEN - 302 N. 7th & Pear 
Sts., Vineland, N. J.; J.V. Basket- 
ball 1; Intra. Basketball 2,3; Intra. 
Football 3,4; Intra. Baseball 1,2,3, 
4; Soccer 1; Hort. Club 1; F.I. Club 
1,2,3,4; Contemporary Club 2,3,4 
(Sec'y 4); A-Day 3,4 (Co-Chairman 
3, Sec'y 4); Band 2,3,4; Gleaner 1,2, 
3 (Assoc. Ed. 3). 



GEORGE COX - 191 Sunset Ave., 
Verona, N. J.; Dairy Hus. Club 1,2; 
An. Hus. Club 3,4; Furrow 4; Spread- 
er 2. 



CORNELIUS EVANGELIDES - 
ChaUont, Pa.; Intra. Football 2,3; 
Intra. Basketball 1,2,3; Intra. Soft- 
ball 2,3,4; F.I. Club 1,2,3,4. 



PAUL L. CHECHELE, JR. - 618 
Luzerne Ave., West Pittston, Pa.; 
Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2; Agron- 
omy Club 4; Varsity Club 1,2,3. 



EDWARD ZEPH COOPER - 340 
Fair mount Ave., Jersey City 6, N.J. ; 
Basketball (Mgr.) 3; Football (Mgr) 
4; Intra. Basketball 2,3; Hort. Club 
1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 4; A-Day 2,3 
(Grand Champ. Garden Retreat, Hort 
Div. 3); Cornucopia (Bus. Man.)4; 
Gleaner 3,4. 



KENNETH DOWNEY - 1730 James- 
town Place, Pittsburgh 35, Pa.; 
Hort. Club 1,2,3,4; Campus Crier3. 



GILBERT FINKEL -R.D. #3, Lake- 
wood, N. J.; F.L Club 2,3,4; Con- 
temporary Club 2,3,4; Photo Club 
2,3,4 (Pres. 3); Hort. Club 2,3; A- 
Day (Special Events Chair.) 2; Glee 
Club 1,2; Gleaner 1,2,3,4 (Assoc. 
Ed. 2), (Co-Ed. 3); Spreader 2; 
Cornucopia 4 (Co-Editor); Class 
Parliamentarian 2. 



HARRY L. FRITTS, JR. - 40 Metz 
Ave., Belleville 9, N. J.; Dairy Club 
1,2; Hort. Club 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4 
(V-Pres. 3,4); Glee Club 3,4; Glea- 
ner 3,4. 

RAYMOND WAYNE GROFF - 125 
Crofton Ave., Pitman, N. J.; Foot- 
ball 2,3; Basketball 1; Intra. Bask- 
etball 2,3; Hort. Club 1,2,3,4. 



KRISTEN W. HAUGE - Farming- 
dale, N. J.; Dairy Club 1,2,3,4. 





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WAYME S. HOFFNER - 41 N. 
Fernwood Ave., Pitman, N. J.; Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Intra. Basketball 2; 
Hort. Club 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 1, 
2,3,4; Glee Club 1; Gleaner 3,4. 



JESSIE HAROLD JEFFERIS -R.D. 
4, West Chester, Pa.; Football 
(Mgr.) 2,3,4; Baseball (Mgr.) 1,2,3, 
4; Intra. Football 3,4; Dairy Club 
1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4 (Sec'y 3, 
Pres. 4); A-Day 2,4; Gleaner 3,4; 
Cornucopia 4; Class Treas, 2,3,4. 



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ial student. 



Dallas, Pa.; Spec- 



ANTHONY KUBAT, JR. - 16 Co- 
lumbus Ave., Little Ferry, N. Y.; 
Hort. Club 1,2,3 (Treas. 3); East. 
Intercollegiate Apple Judging Team 
3; Band 1,2; Gleaner 3. 



JACK HOLZAPFEL-1126Biltmore 
Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.; Football 1,2, 
3; Basketball 1,4. 



WILLIAM DANIEL JONES - 412 
North Maple Ave., Kingston, Pa.; 
J.V. Basketball 1,2; Dairy Club 1,2; 
An, Hus. Club 3; Band 1,2,3,4 (Sec'y 
Treas. 3,4); Spreader 1,2; Gleaner 
3, Cornucopia 4. 



WALTER JOHN KENDZIERSKI, JR. 
- 1251 Jackson St., Camden, N.J.; 
Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; 
Intra. Football 3,4; Varsity Club 1, 
2,3,4; Hort. Club 1,2,3,4 (Treas. 2); 
A-Day Com. 3,4 (Co-Chairman & 
Publicity Chairman 3, Treas. 4); 
A-Day Reserve Grand Champion 2; 
East. Intercollegiate Apple Judging 
Team 4; Gleaner 1,2,3,4 (Sports Ed. 
2,3,4); Cornucopia (Art Ed.) 4; Cam- 
pus Crier (Ed.) 1,2; Class V-Pres. 
3,4. 



JOSEPH RICHARD KUHTA - 16 
Hudson St., Garfield, N. J.; Intra. 
Football 1,2,3; Intra. Softball 1,2,3; 
An. Hus. Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1, 
2; Gleaner 4. 



BARRY LAMB - R.D. #2, Freehold, 
N.J.; Basketball 3; Football 2,3; 
Hort. Club 1,2,3,4 (V-Pres. 3); 
A-Day Com. 3; Glee Club 3,4. 




PAUL EDWARD LEPARD - 568 S. 
16 St., Harrisburg, Pa.; Hort. Club 
1,2,3,4 (Treas. 2); Photo Club 2,3, 
4; Contemporary Club 2,3,4; A-Day 
Com. 2; Glee Club 2,3 (Pres. 3); 
Gleaner 1,2,3,4 (Assist. Ed. 2, Co- 
Ed.. 3); Newspaper 2; Cornucopia 
(Co-Ed.) 4; Grand Champ. Floral 
Design A-Day 3. 



JOHN J. LESKO, JR. - 383 Out- 
water Lane, Saddle Brook, N.J.; 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; An. Hus. Club 1,2, 
3,4; Dairy Club 1,2; Varsity Club 
3,4; Agronomy Club 4; A-Day 
(Chairman) 4; Band 1,2; Glee Club 
1,2,3,4; Gleaner 1,2,3,4; Furrow 4; 
Cornucopia 4; An. Hus. Judging 
Team 3,4. 



H. WILLIAM LOESCH -29 Stone- 
leigh Pk., Westfield, N. J.; Football 
1,2,3,4; Intra. Baseball 1,2,3; Dairy 
Club 1,2,3; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4 
(V-Pres. 4); Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Fur- 
row 4; Gleaner 4. 



W. DOUGLAS McCARTY - Brad- 
dock Ave., Braddock R.D. 5, Ham- 
monton, N. J.; Football 1; Intra. 
Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; An. 
Hus. Club 1,2,3,4; Farm Machinery 
Club (Pres.) 2. 



WILLIAM JAMES OREM - 211 
Merchant St., Audubon, N.J.; Foot- 
ball 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Poultry Club 
2,3,4; Glee Club 1; Gleaner 1,2,3,4; 
Poultry Judging Team 2,3. 



WILLIAM PLENGE - Ludlan Rd., 
Asbury, N. J.; Football 1,2,3,4; 
Baseball 2; Hort. Club 1,2,3,4. 



DONALD WILLIAM LUCAS - Key- 
port, N. J,; Intra. Basketball 2; 
Hort. Club 1,2,3; An. Hus. Club 2; 
Glee Club 2; Gleaner 2. 



THOMAS FRANKLIN McMINN - 
247 N. River Drive, Pennsville, 
N.J.; Football 1,2,3; Baseball 2,3, 
4; Hort. Club 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 
1,2,3,4. 



GORDON REED PHILLIPS, JR. - 
4617 Newhall St., Philadelphia, Pa.; 
Football 1; An. Hus. Club 3,4; Stu- 
dent Council (Sec'y) 4. 



MARK WILLIAM RABINOWITZ - 
5201 N. 9th St., Philadelphia, Pa.; 
J.V. Basketball 1; Intra. Baseball 
2,3,4; Intra. Basketball 1,2,3; Intra. 
Football 3; Contemporary Club 2,3, 
4; F.I. Club 1,2,3,4 (Treas. 4). 



HENRY H. G. ROSE - Box 185, 
Milford, N. J.; Poultry Club 1,2,3, 
4; An. Hus. Club 1,2,3; A-Day Com. 
4; Spreader 2; Crier (Ed.) 3; Fur* 
row (Ed.) 4; Student Council (Treas.) 
1,2,3; Poultry Judging Team 2. 

LEWIS SEIDENBERG - 11 Kensing- 
ton Circle, Chestnut Hill 67, Mass.; 
Hort. Club 2; F.L Club 2,3,4; Photo 
Club 4 (Sec'y-Treas. 4); Contem- 
porary Club 4; Glee Club 2; Gleaner 
2,3,4; Cornucopia 4. 

MERALD ALLEN SOCKWELL, JR. 
-324 W. Broad St., Bridgeton, N.J.; 
Basketball 1; Intra. Football 2,3,4; 
Intra. Basketball 2,3,4; Intra. Soft- 
ball 2,3,4; Baseball (Mgr.) 3,4; Hort 
Club 1; Dairy Club 3; Band 1,2,3,4; 
(Pres. 3,4); Glee Club 1,2,3,4 (Pres. 
4); Class Pres. 1; Student Council 1. 





CLIFFORD SOSS - Burlingham, N. 
Y.; Poultry Club 1,2,3,4; Poultry 
Judging Team 2,3; Furrow 4. 



GEORGE N, STEIN - 721 S. 20th 
St., Philadelphia 46, Pa.; Intra. 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Poultry Club 1,2,3, 
4; Poultry Judging Team 2; Furrow 
4. 



GILBERT S. TRELAWNY-37East 
Swamp Rd., Doylestown, Pa.; F.L 
Club 2,3; Gleaner 3. 



HARVEY A. WACKER-3 Pinecrest 
Dr., WooclUf Lake.N. J.;DairyClub 
1; An. Hus. Club 1,2,3,4 (Pres. 3,4); 
An. Hus. Judging Team 3,4; A-Day 
Com. 3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; 
Class Pres. 4. 



BRYANT HENRY STANLEY - 89 
Athenia Ave., Clifton, N.J.; Football 
1,2,3; Hus. Club 1,2,3,4; GleeClub2. 



JOHN JAMES TOSCANO -429 Main 
St., Little Ferry, N. J.; Hort. Club 
1,2,3,4 (Pres. 2); Photo Club 1,2,3; 
Glee Club 1,2; A-Day Com. 2,3; 
Gleaner 1,2,3,4; Campus Crier 1,2; 
Class V-Pres. 4; Class Pves. 2,3; 
Student Council 2,3 (V-Pres. 3). 



WILLIAM VAN KEUREN - 71 Eu- 
clid Ave., Ridgefield Park, N. ^.; 
An. Hus. Club 1,2,3,4; An. Hus. 
Judging Team 3. 



THOMAS W. WATSON -73 Nassan 
Rd. Great Neck, L.L, N. Y.; Var. 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Intra. Basketball 
2; An. Hus. Club 2,3,4 (V-Pres. 3); 
IntercoUegiate Live stock Judging 
Team 4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Glee 
Club 4; Gleaner 3,4; Newspaper 3, 
4; Cornucopia 4; Student Council 
(Sec'y) 3, (Pres.) 4. 




TEVIS MICHAEL WERNICOFF - 
Vineland, N. J.; Soccer 1; Poultry 
Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
Band 1,2,3,4; Gleaner 2,3. 



FRED THOMAS 
Doylestown, Pa.; An 
(Sec'y-Treas. 3). 



WOLFORD - 
Hus. Club 3,4 



RICHARD ALVIN WOOLSEY -2014 
Genesee St., Trenton, N.J.; Football 
1,2; Intra. Baseball 2,3,4; Intra. 
Basketball 1,2,3; Intra. Football-2, 
3; Dairy Club 1,2,3,4; Student Coun- 
cil 4. 




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Cherished memories fond and true, 

In our hearts will lie. 



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ELBLE FLORIST 1 

COMPLETE FLORIST SERVICE 
NEW BRITAIN, PA. 

We Wire Flowers Fillmore 8-4330 

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Compliments of -SHn 

I. KALLISH 6c SONS 1@ 


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W. H. WATSON <& SON 




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POTATOES and ONIONS AS ^^H 












PHILADELPHIA. PA.HJh|m ^^H 


SAMUEL P. MANDELL CO. 










DOYLESTOWN ^^| 


Fillmore 8-5111 




TAILORING CO. WOt ^^| 


EDWARD M. HAPP 




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GENERAL CONTRACTOR 




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BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 




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DOYLESTOWN. PA. 




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HISTAND BROTHERS 



Blown Black 
Mineral Wool Insulation 

THE GUARANTEE 
HOME INSULATION CO. 

RICHARD L. ADAMS, Owner 



ROOFING CONTRACTORS 
SHEET METAL WORK 

South Hamilton Street 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



Fillmore 8-4121 



South Spring Rd. & Washington Ave. 
VINELAND, N. J. 

FIBERGLASS AWNINGS 

. JALOUSIE WINDOWS 

AWNING WINDOWS 

ALUMINUM RAILING 

ALUMINUM COMBINATION 

WINDOWS and DOORS 



DRINK 



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Delicious and Refreshing 



Fillmore 8-4408 



DOYLESTOWN 
BUILDING COMPANY 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

130 South Main Street 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



ART'S MEN'S SHOP 



NEW LIFE 
FOR SUIT 
AND DRESS 
FABRICS! 

Favorite dress or suit 
lost its glamor? Don't 
cry! Send it to us for 
Sanitone Dry Clean- 
ing with new Soft- 
5e/®FINISH. ^,__ 

It will look (^jm^ 

and feel like \ Jf "J ^ 

new again! 



STRAND 
VALET SERVICE 




COMPLIMENTS OF 



G & P PRODUCE 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

AGRICULTURE CHAPTER 
ALUMNI 



s. & s. 

CORRUGATED PAPER 
MACHINERY CO., Inc. 



160 North 4th Street 
BROOKLYN. NEW YORK 





DOYLESTOWN MOTORS, Inc. 


MARTIN BROOKS 




DeSOTO — PLYMOUTH 


CLASS '54 




611 - 313 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 


LANDSCAPE 

DESIGN 

CONSTRUCTION 




Fi.rr.cre 8-2628 




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BETTER GROCERIES 
AT 

LEATHERMAN & GODSHALL 

41 E. Stale Street 


1 

DOYLESTOWN 
SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY 

191 S. Clinton Street 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 


Fillmore 8-4922 

DOYLESTOWN DRUG CO. 

REXALL DRUGS 

Main and Court Streets 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 


CHRYSLER — PLYMOUTH 

FOSTER MOTORS 

235 S. Main Street 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

Fillmore 8-9494 






COMPLIMENTS OF 

JOHN TAXIN PRODUCE CO. 

155 Dock Street 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 


HAYMAN - RADCT.TFF 
MOTOR CO. 

Chevrolet Sales and Service 

CHEVROLET 

State and Main Streets 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 


E. E. COULTON 
I C E 

MANUFACTURING and DISTRIBUTION 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 


BARGER'S CHICKEN SHOPPE 

BARBECUED CHICKENS - SANDWICHES 

70 West State Street 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

Fillmore 8-9550 

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NYCE'S 
SUPPLY YARDS 



W. J. NYCE'S • 
FAMILY SHOE STORE 

THE HOME OF NICE FOOTWEAR 

West & State Streets •• . . 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



FEED, GRAIN, SEEDS 

FUEL OIL, COAL and 

POULTRY SUPPLIES 



DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

and 
NEW BRITAIN. PA. 



NYCE PLANING MILL CO. 

"EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING" 

N. Franklin Street 'f 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. i 

Fillmore 8-3576 • ° 



Compliments of 



DON'S SHOES 



DAVE'S 
SPORTING GOODS CENTER 

COMPLETE HUNTING AND FISHING 
■ INFORMATION 



D. A. SANDS 



9 W. Court Street 



Fillmore 8-4414 



CLASSICAL - POPULAR 
CHILDREN'S RECORDS 

PEARLMAN'S 

34 S. Main Street 



KERSHNER'S PHARMACY 

JOSEPH H. KERSHNER, Ph.G. 

F'ellow of the American College 
of Apothecarier; 



Fillmore 8-4666 



Compliments of 

NOGRADI BROS. 

BODY and FENDER WORK 


SMl'm MOBIL 1 

SERVICE STATION 

Mobilgas - Mobiloil 
Tires - Tubes 
Washing - Lubrication r3S«?^SS 

Route 202 
DOYLESTOWN- PA. 

Fillmore 8-9389 






Compliments of , 

SYLVAN POOLS, INC. 

HERMAN SILVERMAN, '30 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

MODERN CLEANERS 






PENNSBURY 
PAINT COMPANY 

MANUFACTURERS OF QUALITY 

INDUSTRIAL AND MAINTENANCE 

FINISHES 

Route 202 
NEW BRITAIN, PA. 

Fillmore 8-2658 

EVERYTHING FOR THE FARM 
NEW HOLLAND MACHINES 

DOYLESTOWN 
AGRICULTURAL COMPANY 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

Fillmore 8-9441 


"THE 
BEST 
AT 
ITS 

BEST" 

ED'S DINER 1 

Franklin and State Sts. "flil^^l 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. ^^| 

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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY CLUB 


HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY 


"A - DAY" COMMITTEE 
19 5 7 

Chairman: John Lesko 

Co-Chairmen: Frank Rosade 
Dick Shadt 

Treasurer: Walt Kendzierski 

Special Events: Harvey Wacker 


DAIRY SOCIETY 


ROGER KRAUT 

JEV/ELER 

29-31 West State Street 
DOYLESTOWN, PA. 


KLEIN PACKING CO. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

PREPACKAGERS OF 
POTATOES AND ONIONS 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

SMILEN JIM POTATOE CO. 

JE||^ PHILADELPHIA, PA. 


Fillmore 8-3189 

YOUNG <Sc BOWMAN 

PLUMBING and HEATING 
CONTRACTORS 

Sales — Service 
Court and W. State St. 




CLASS OF '58 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



STUDENT STORE 



SPONSORED BY 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




PATRONS 



Professional 



BARRETT HARDWARE 



ANONYMOUS 



BITZER DRY CLEANING CO. 
FRATER'S ELECTRIC CO, 



GRAYBILL'S STATIONERY 



MRS, A. V, ADAMS 



STAN BOWERS 



GROPE CANDY CO. 



R. C, BADLER 



HAJOCA CORP. 
LANSDALE HEATING CO. 
SANDY RIDGE FLOWER SHOP 



ARTHUR A. CAM] 



WUHL BROTHERS 



WEISBARD'S DRUG STORE 



IN MEMORY OF LEON MERZ 



FRIENDS 



barbara schofield oainting co. 



sunny beverage co. 



boston (frey) shoe store 



mr. and mrs, richard 1. ac 



bristol road manor 



Sydney k, allman 



Charlie's barber shop 



phillip amron 



carr's furniture co. 



anonymous 



cliff's dairy bar 



Charles and evelyn goodman 



halin's drug co. 



marie lorentz 



Howard's jewelers 



warren nelson 



kenny news agency 



gerard overdevest 



rutherford photo supplies 



dr, and mrs, 1. h. sherman 



shive hardware co. 



Cecil j. toor 



1, 1. trauger 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

AUGUST PLENGE 
AND SONS 


G. H. BUCHMAN 

Bulk Coolers - Reda Sub. Pumps 

Jamesway Barn Equipment 

Irrigation Systems - Marietta Silo 

Delaval Milkers 




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BELVIDERE, N. J. NAZARETH, PA. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



A FRIEND 



BOOSTERS 



Carole and Walt 
Joan and Paul 
Doris and Joe 
Sue and Walt 
Beth and Wayne 
Harvey and Nancy 
Betty Lou and Joe 
Rita and John 
Addie and Wayne 
Liz and Kris 
Charlotte and Bill B. 
Gerry and Tony 
Roberta and Jack 
Geri and Tom 
Charlotte and Bill H. 
Sandy and Joe 
Marion and Craig 
Dottie and Al 
Bonnie and Rich 
Peggy and Harry 
Louise and Larry 
Betty and Bill 
Judy and Al 
Bonnie and Bob 
Al Jelliffe 
Marty Zuber 
Richard Jensen 
Donald Gregg 
Marty Lazerow 
Tom Koes 



Alan Dolinsky 
Dave Weinberg 
Leonard Goldentyer 
Robert Smith 
Bruce and Tony 
Dick Salisbury 
Al Carp 
Ernie Zablah 
Marty Cooper 
Saul Nadler 
John Lawrence, Jr. 
Bryant Stanly 
The Winkie Twins 
Dave Steely 
Dave Collingswood 
Ted Reith 
Larry Martinelli 
Ken and Doug 
Gil Finkel 
Ralph Sturm 
Joe Faline 
Leon Furth 
Bernie Salmon 
Ed Venicour 
Frank Radican 
John Toilet 
Ed Stickel 
Herb Stoner 
Phil Staudt 
Bill Shull 

Coop 



Ken Sausville 

Mrs. Anna Amoroso 

Bill George 

Joe Joyce 

Dave Bogaisky 

Wayne Morris 

Leon Schilling 

A. J. Salamone 

Dick Prins 

Rebel Kerby 

Dave Kantner 

Roy Holcombe 

Larry Widdoss 

Bill Kenedy 

Harry Simpson 

Emery Markovic 

Ed Plotka 

Ronnie Kohr 

Dave Ainsworth 

Bob Gordon 

Merk McLaughlin 

Jack and Jock 

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kuhta 

Rocky Rizen 

Dave Coran :} 

Anthony Fritchy 

Bob Everette 

Lorenzo Forseca 

Frank Rymond 

Jim Foyle 




SEE«YOU AT THE 



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