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I 

CORNUCOPIA 



NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 

Doylestown 

Pennsylvania 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

Joseph Shinn 

ART 

Carl Hettinger 

BUSINESS MANAGERS 

Sam Lamnin 
Saul Nadler 



FOREWORD 



Together we entered the gates and together we found 
the problems of adjusting to college life difficult. We 
all will remember the days when we first took on the 
responsibility of becoming men. Our first friends be- 
came our lasting friends, and a sense of kinship sparked 
us to think and act as a unit. 

We took upon ourselves the task of becoming learned 
men. As we learned more, we realized we knew less. As 
we moved through our college term, we each determined 
and worked toward our goal in life, and pursued our interests 
accordingly. 

Throughout this movement, our experiences began to 
accumulate and take on new meanings. Thus we achieved a 
depth of mind, soul, and body, which will never be equalled. 

Perhaps here, in this book these accomplishments will 
be immortalized to us and our families, and long after 
each has pursued his own way of life, unite us again in 
reminiscence of our full college life. Thus the 1959 
Cornucopia has been designed to project the reader into 
our past, as recorded on the following pages. 




1959 




CONTENTS 

Page 

Forward 2 

Dedication 4 

Campus Buildings 6 

Faculty and Administration 11 

Seniors 21 

Class History 56 

Majors 67 

Sports 85 

Activities 99 

Class Firsts Ill 

Student Directories 112 

Advertisements 115 



THE 

1959 

Cornucopia 



Is dedicated to the people of Doylestown 
and the communities surrounding the campus 
who have opened the doors of their homes, 
their Churches, their places of business, and 
their recreational facilities to the students of 
the National Agricultural College; and who have 
unselfishly supported its publications, its sports, 
and its expansion. We earnestly hope that we, 
in our own communities, will be able to instill 
these attitudes to the same degree that they 
have been shown to us. 






The entrance 





Segal Hall 




UUman Hall 




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FACULTY AND 

ADMINISTRATION 
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James Work, President 



Donald M. Meyer 
Oean of Students 



Oskar H. Larsson 
Assistant Dean of Students 





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Jonas W. Bucher 

B.S., M.A., Ph.D., 

Professor of Literature 




Joshua Feldstein 

B.S., M.S., 

Assistant Professor of 

Horticulture 





Byron W. Fraser 

B.S., 

Assistant Professor of 

Food Industry 




Joseph E. Fulcoly 

B.S., 

Assistant Professor of 

Poultry Husbandry 



Theodore J. Gehlmann 

B.S., 

Assistant Professor of 

Physical Education 




Peter Click, Jr. 

B.A., B.S., M.Ed., 

Associate Professor of 

Political Sciences 



Robert Holland 

B.S., 

Superintendent of General 

Agriculture Department 






Harry Hopkins 

Instructor in Animal 

Husbandry 



Louis Kendall 

Lt. Col. ret., 

Instructor in Poultry 

Husbandry 



Russell Knorr 

B.S., 

Instructor in Agronomy 



Louis Leibovitz 

B.S., V.M.D., 

Professor of Poultry 

Pathology 




Tibor Pelle 

M.S., Dr. Agr., 

Professor of Animal 

Husbandry 




Julian Prundeanu 

M.S., Ph.D., 

Associate Professor of 

Agronomy 



James H. Popham 

B.Sc, M.S., 

Assistant Professor of 

Chemistry 





David M. Purmell 

B.S., B.Ed., 

Professor of Horticulture 



Arthur Reese 

B.A.,M.Ed., 

Instructor in History 



Abraham Rellis 
Instructor in Floriculture 




Henry Schmieder 

B.S., M.S., 

Professor of Chemistry 



Merald A. Sockwell 
Instructor in Music 




George E. Turner 
B.S., M.S., Ph.D., 
Professor of Food Industry 



George E. Webster 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D., 

Professor of Agricultural 

Engineering 





Gilbert S. Trelawny 

B.S., 

Research Assistant, 

Instructor in Chemistry 



Natalie W. Coltman 

Librarian 

Mrs. Margaret van Ingen 

Assistant Librarian 





Mrs. Elizabeth Potts 

R.N., 

College Nurse 



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SENIORS 




Class Officers 



1959 



President, Robert Stevens 
Vice President, Samuel Lamnin 
Secretary, John Plog 
Treasurer, Robert Grim 



1958 



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1957 




Clark E. Baker 

Hurffville, New Jersey 
Dairy Husbandry 

"Clark" . . . "Bake" . . . hot-black-Ford 
. . . Otto Von Baker . . . gladiola king . . . 
"How did you place 'em Baker? "... 
Cooper Hospital fan . . . sees a certain 
dairy farm in his future . . . pocket 
Westerns . . . "Arbeter , Baker, Baker, 
Bernabe" ... "Come on Rush, you've 
got to study". 

Activities: Dance Committee (3,4) . . . 
Dairy Society (1,2,3,4) ... Football (1) 
Intramural Football (2,4); Basket- 
ball (1); Softball (1,2,3,4) ... Student 
Council (1,4) ... A-Day; showed dairy 
heifer (1); cow (3,4). 




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Albert Stewart Bennett, Jr. 

Woodbury, New Jersey 
Animal Husbandry 

"Al" ... intelligent, conscientious... 
carried the highest grades throughout 
college ... "squared away" early ... 
married in his freshman year . . . re- 
spected by all for his drive and will 
power . . . famed for his scientific abil- 
ity ... plans to go to grad school. 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club(l, 2, 
3,4) ... Animal Husbandry Judging 
Team (4) ... A-Day; showed heifer(l). 





Kenneth Harvey Bergman 

Long Island, New York 
Poultry Husbandry 

"Ken" ... "K.B." ... meticulous, ac- 
curate . . . always willing to lend a hand 
. . . known for his creative ability . . . 
collected stamps and Hi-Fi albums . . . 
the guy who supplied the background 
music . . . was an enterpriser . . . ac- 
tive in the Poultry Club. . . "HeyOzzie". 

Activities: Poultry Club (1,2,3,4), 
Treasurer (2), President (4) ... In- 
tramural basketball (4) ... Glee Club 
(1,2) ... Furrow staff writer (4) ... 
Gleaner business staff (4) ... A-Day; 
Committee (3,4), Secretary (4), Poul- 
try Exhibits-Reserve Grand Champion 
(2), Grand Champion (3) ... Poultry 
Judging Team (2) ... Poultry Judging 
Award (3). 




John Jacob Bertz, Jr. 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 
Animal Husbandry 

"Johnny" ... a good An. Hus. man . . . 
interested in swine, a fine showman 
... willing to help ... "Amish" ... 
fixed up his Ford . . . quiet, reserved, 
but resourceful . . . "Gretz" . . . serious 
minded, apt to be very successful ... 
respected by all ... "Let's not go' to 
Bristol". 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club (1,2, 
3,4) . . . Intramural Football (2,4) . . . 
Glee Club (1) . . . A-Day, Grand Cham- 
pion Beef (2); Grand Champion Swine 
(3); Reserve Grand Champion Showman 
(3). 



David T. Bjornson 

Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 
Animal Husbandry 

"Dave" . . . big Swede ... a wide smile 
. . . outstanding popularity . . . left his 
marks on the basketball records . . . 
co-captain of the basketball squad . . . 
married in his senior year . . . golf 
. . . "bumper " . . . known for his spirit 
and drive. 

Activities: Basketball (1,2,3,4); co- 
captain (4) ... Football (2) ... Band 
(1) ... Glee Club (1). 




Leroy Edwin Bolding 

Glen Rock, New Jersey 
Agronomy 

"Roy" ... veteran, man of many in- 
teresting experiences . . . worked at the 
Shell station . . . married in his Fresh- 
man year, passed out cigars in his Sen- 
ior year . . . loves to argue, and makes 
his point stand . . . manages his life and 
his family with great ease. 

Activities: Horticulture Club (1) ... 
Agronomy Club (2,3) . . . A-Day; Weeds 
Display, 2nd place (2); Weed Identifi- 
cation (3). 





Richard Emerson Bowman 

Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 
Dairy Husbandry 

"Dick" ... a tall one . . . prominent in 
bull sessions ... heads-up captain of 
the championship Intramural teams . . . 
regular traveler to Chalfont . . . Dick 
and Tack . . . kept the class laughing . . . 
"Boy this chow's terrible; Ah, anybody 
want half of that one?" . . . "Rush, you 
sand-blasting so and so". 

Activities: Dance Committee, chairman 
(4) ... Animal Husbandry Club (1,2,3) 
. . . Dairy Society (1) ... Basketball (2) 
... Intramural Football Captain (1,2, 
3,4) ... Softball Captain (1,2,3,4) ... 
A-Day; Dairy judging trophy (2). 




Thomas F. Brennan 

Summit, New Jersey 
Food Industry 

"Tom" . . . "Tucker" . . . quiet, reserv- 
ed ... a quick wit, always good for a 
chuckle . . . went with her in his Fresh- 
man year, married her in his Sopho- 
more year . . . known as a dairy con- 
sultant . . . man, that red Plymouth . . . 
will probably take over a dairy pro- 
cessing business . . . "No, I can't make 
it to-night". 

Activities: Class Dance Committee (1, 
2) ... PhotoClub(l,2,3) . . . Food Indus- 
try Club (1,2,3,4) . . . Band (1) . . . Glee 
Club (1) ... Gleaner Photographer (3) 
. . . .^-Dav; Food Industry Exhibits (2,3, 
■1). 



John Arthur Briggs, Jr. 

PlumsteadviUe, Pennsylvania 
Ornamental Horticulture 

"Jack" ... a fine performer on the bas- 
ketball court . . . displays a willingness 
to learn and takes his academic work 
seriously . . . married in his sophomore 
year . . . quick tempered, quickly for- 
gotten . . . interested in floral design- 
work ... "Where's Bjornson?". 

Activities: Horticulture Club(l,2,3) . . . 
Ornamental Horticulture Club (4) ... 
Basketball (1.2,3,4) ... A-Day; Com- 
mittee .(4), Garden Retreats (1,3,4), 
Grand Champion (3) ... Awards; Var- 
sity letters, Basketball (1,2,3,4). 




Warren E. Buckman 

Newtown, Pennsylvania 
Agronomy 

"Bucky" . . . warm friendly personality 
. . . unexcitable, easy-going . . . married 
Lois in his Junior year . . . industrious 
... an enterprising farmer ... an au- 
thority on all practical problems . . . 
a leader in many agricultural circles 
both on and off campus ... a quick, 
uninhibited humor . . . got a lot of use 
out of that Plymouth . . . "Oh no, huh- 
uh, not this time" ... "1 was planting 
wheat, Doc". 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club (1, 
2,3) . . . Agronomy Club (3) ... Intra- 
mural Football (1) ... Band (1,2) ... 
Glee Club (1,2) . . . DairyJudgingTeam 
(3) ... A-Day; Grand Champion Animal 
Husbandry (1). 





Robert J. Burns 

Newtown Square, Pennsylvania 
Agronomy 

"Bob" . . . "Burnsy" . . . notorious lover 
of fun, can be found in the center of a 
group of laughing guys . . . serenades 
often with his guitar . . . married in his 
Sophomore year ... an enterprising 
mind ... a real hustler on the football 
field, an outstanding center . . . "Lend 
me a cigarette, you rati' ' . . . "Yessir 
man, just leave it up to old Burnsy". 

Activities: Dance Committee (1,3) ... 
Agronomy Club (2,3); Secretary (2) . . . 
Football (1,2,3,4) ... Student Council 
(4) ... Awards; Football letters (1, 
2,3,4). 




Larry Cooper 

Brooklyn. New York 
Animal Husbandry 

'Coop" ... short in size only ... 
Brooklyn cowboy . . . partner with Tony 
in a vintage automobile business . . . 
married in his senior year ... "Isn't 
it my turn to drive Tony?" 

Activities: Dance Committee (2) ... 
Animal Husbandry Club (1,2,3,4) ... 
Glee Club (1,2) ... Gleaner (4) ... 
Furrow (4) ... A-Day; beef animals 
shown (1,2.3). 



Richard Stephen Cranmer, Jr. 

Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 
Animal Husbandry 

"Rick" ... a radio fan . . . the guy with 
sterophonic sound in his room ... a 
hearty laugh . . . love of life ... an 
astonishing appetite. 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club (1, 
2,3,4) ■. . . A-Day; beef heifer (1), pen 
of lambs (2), farrowing pen exhibit (3). 




John Alden Criswell 

South River, New Jersey 
Animal Husbandry 

"Jack" ... musician of the class ... 
leader in Glee Club and Band . . . hog 
man, head of the College Swine Enter- 
prise . . . well known in town . . . strong 
in his convictions . . . known for his 
blushing smile. 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club (1, 
2,3,4) ... Band (1,2,3.4); Vice-presi- 
dent (4) ... Glee Club (1,2,3,4); vice- 
president (4) ... Glee Club accompanist 
(4). 





E. Robert Emery 

North Plainfield, New Jersey 
Ornamental Horticulture 

"Bob" . . . somewhat reserved, but con- 
genial, easy going and straightforward 
... a driving student who puts all into 
his work . . . likes boating, water sports, 
and 'ocean fishing . . . has a talent for 
designing . . . often the source of some 
hilarious comment . . . known for find- 
ing the humorous side to most situations 
. . . plans to get into landscaping or 
floral design work. 

Activities: Ornamental Horticulture 
Club (4) . . . Horticulture Club (1,2,3,4) 
... Intramural basketball (1,2) ... 
Band (1,2,3,4) Secretary-treasurer (3) 
. . . Glee Club (1,2,3,4) . . . A-Day Ex- 
hibits; Studio Art (2), Basic design in 
wire work, 1st place (3). 




Joseph John Faline 

Totowa Borough, New Jersey 
Food Industry 

'Joe" . . . reserved . . . pxissesses a 
drive and desire to get ahead . . . 
studious, a hard worker . . . ranks high 
scholastically ... an outstanding foot- 
ball player, set new records in passes 
received, played end position . . . often 
seen heading for Kutztown . . . plans on 
a career in research and development 
in the food industry . . . "Who's turn is 
it to clean the lab?" 

Activities: Food Industry Club (3,4), 
President (4) . . . Football (1,2,3,4) . . . 
Intramural Basketball (3,4), Softball 
(3,4) . . . Awards; Outstanding Lineman 
Award (2). 



Leon Furth 

New York, New York 
Animal Husbandry 

"Leon" ... commercial beef man ... 
jovial, good natured ... a ready wit . . . 
a class leader ... a good word for 
everyone ... "baldy" ... "hey Bart, 
get out of bed" ... student store ... 
Korean veteran ... "been around". 

Activities: Secretary of Class (1) ... 
Dance Committee (1,2,3) ... Student 
Council (3,4) . . . Animal Husbandry 
Club (1,2,3,4); Sergeant at Arms (3); 
Program Director (4) ... Football (2) 
. . . Intramural basketball (3) ... Stu- 
dent Council Award (3) ... Animal 
Husbandry Judging Team (3,4) . . . A- 
Day; Special Events Chairman . . . Stu- 
dent Store (3). 




Leslie Litell Garrett 



Irwin, Pennsylvania 
Ornamental Horticulture 

"Les" ... warm, friendly, smile ... 
an intense interest in hort ... a fond 
admirer of nature and wildlife . . . 
often seen walking about the fields and 
woodlands of the campus . . . determined 
to get ahead . . . quiet, reserved . . . 
sticks t^ his word . . . not the last to 
think of some devilment . . . "Hey Ray, 
let's go to chow". 

Activities: Ornamental Horticulture 
Club (4), Secretary (4) ... Horticulture 
Club (1,2,3,4) ... A-Day; Hort Exhi- 
bits (2,3,4). 





James Barton Glass 

Glenside, Pennsylvania 
Animal Husbandry 

'Bart" ... an intrepid showman ... 
most likely to succeed in the animal 
field . . . can spend many hours talking, 
his favorite topic - beef ... a good eye 
for cattle ... we will always remember 
that cold night at the pig pen . . . the 
"villa", too . . . been to Chicago Inter- 
national, Harrisburg State, and almost 
every show he could get to . . . "Zee 
Bart" . . . "Come to the Dean's Office 
as soon as possible". 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club; 
Secretary-Treasurer (2), President 
(3), A-Day Representative (4) ... In- 
tramural Football (1), Softball (1) ... 
Glee Club (1) ... Animal Husbandry 
Judging Team (3,4) . . . Poultry Judging 
Team (4) ... A-Day; Committee (3,4), 
Grand Champion Beef (1) ... Awards; 
Student Council Leadership Award (2, 
3). 




David Jay Gootman 

Paterson, New Jersey 
Animal Husbandry 

"Dave "... hog man . . . show man, swine 
and horses ... an "idea" pusher, famed 
for his cost-cutting, profit making 
schemes ... a ready wit . . . sagacious 
reasoning . . . Rutgers arid Florida, his 
favorite topics of conversation . . . the 
student store manager. 

Activities: Freshman dance committee 
... Animal Husbandry Club (1,2,3,4); 
program chairman (4) ... Glee Club 
(1,2) . . . A-Day; Horse (1), 1st inclass 
and champion swine (2), 3rd in swine 
class (3) ... Co-manager student store 
(4). 



Donald Arthur Gordon 



Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania 
Food Industry 

'Don" . . . quiet ... on the serious side 
. . . can take a joke . . . known for his 
friendly manner . . . likes playing the 
drums or being with his family . . . 
married early in College. . .plans to go 
to grad school . . . "LT:, Oh I 1 left it in 
the trailer". 

Activities: Food Industry Club (2,3,4) 
....Football (2,3) ... Band (1,2,3) .. . 
A-Day; Food Industry Grand Champion 
(3). 




William George Greer, Jr. 

Wynnewood, Pennsylvania 
Food Industry 

"Bill" . . . reserved, even tempered . . . 
well-mannered, articulate . . . possess- 
es a quick-acting, methodical mind . . . 
a progressive jazz fan . . . married in 
his Freshman year . . . plans to go to 
grad school which would lead to re- 
search and product development . . . 
"bad enough to gag a maggot". 

Activities: Food In4ustry Club (3,4) . . . 
Intramural football (2,3), basketball 
(3) ... A-Day; Food Industry Exhibit 
(3,4) . . . Intramural Football Champs 
(3). 





Robert H. Grim 

Pottstown, Pennsylvania 
Dairy Husbandry 

"Bob" . . . "Grimmy" . . . a real Ambler 
fan . . . always good for seconds in the 
chow hall ... a get up and go leader in 
the Dairy Society . . . extremely good 
natured, with an easy smile . . . his 
second favorite girl is a cute number 
named Pansy Ann . . . "Mr. Brown, do 
you have any heifers for sale? "... 
"Grim, you're shooting with your eyes 
closed I". 

Activities: Class Treasurer (3,4) ... 
Dairy Society (1,2,3,4); Secretary- 
Treasurer (2); Vice-president (3); 
President (4) . . . Basketball (1,2,3) . . . 
Dairy Judging Team (2,3) . . . A-Day; 
showed dairy cows (1,2,3) ... J.V. 
Basketball Letters (2,3). 




Raymond Russell Hendrick 

Brooklyn, New York 
Dairy Husbandry 

"Ray" ... Raymond "H" ... Wildlife 
man, lover of nature. . . the girls could 't 
get along with him or without him . . . 
often traveled to Virginia . . . came to 
grips with reality at the Villa ... is 
known for his fine tastes in subjects of 
culture . . . became known also for his 
willingness to jump in and lend a help- 
ing hand ... "everything's OK now". 

Activities: Dance Committee (1) ... 
Dairy Society (1,2,3) ... Basketball 
(2) ... Intramural Football (1,2,3,4); 
Basketball (2); Softball (1,2) ... Glee 
Club (1) ... Gleaner staff writer (3,4); 
business manager (4) ... Furrow staff 
writer (4) ... A-Day; dairy cow, 2nd in 
class (1) ... Awards; J.V. Letters in 
Basketball (2); Intramural Champs - 
Football (2,3,4); Intramural Champs - 
Basketball (3). 



Carl Frederick Hettinger 

Merchantville, New Jersey 
Agronomy 

"Freddie" ... "Het" ... "Carl" ... 
Mr. Esquire on campus ... he'll get 
married yet ... a member of good 
standing in the breakfast club . . . 
"Merchantville Meteor" ... got some- 
thing the girls can't resist ... "Hey 
roomie, where 's the copy of Playboy?" 

Activities: Agronomy Club(2, 3, 4); pro- 
gram chairman (2), Secretary (3) ... 
Football (1) . . . Intramural Softball (1) 
. . . A-Day Committee (2,3,4); program 
chairman (3), Treasurer (4); Cornuco- 
pia (4). 




James Leroy Jackson 

Clarksboro, New Jersey 
Food Industry 

"Jim "... "Jackson "... always friendly 
... a good student . . . interested in get- 
ting ahead . . . known for his "Golden 
Hawk" sports car ... a good word for 
everybody . . . quiet, reserved . . . in- 
terested in basketball . . . plans for a 
career in food processing . . . "Stop 
pettifogging!" 

Activities: Poultry Club (1,2) . . . Food 
Industry Club (2,3,4), Secretary (4) ... 
Ping Pong Team (4) ... Intramural 
basketball (4) ... A-Day; Food Indus- 
try Exhibits (3,4), Poultry Exhibits (1, 
2,), Poultry Grand Champion (2). 





Thomas Harry Kruk 

Furlong, Pennsylvania 
Agronomy 

"Harry" ... a sincere, outstanding stu- 
dent . . . grad school ... the guy that 
married the Dean's secretary . . . abil- 
ity to cope with the most difficult of 
problems . . . experienced in research 
. . . fun-loving, too . . . "Hey Pete, got 
a cigarette?" 

Activities: Horticulture Club (1) ... 
Agronomy Club (2,3,4); Vice-president 
(2). 




I. Samuel Lamnin 

Vineland, New Jersey 
Food Industry 

"Sam" . . . ambitious, a real go-getter 
... married, lived off-campus ... 
known for his ability to get through the 
proper channels . . . always willing to 
lend a helping hand ... a class leader 
. . . plans to take up a career in the food 
industry field or sales in turf supplies. 

Activities: Class President (1), Vice- 
president (4), Dance Committee Chair- 
man (1,2,3) . . . Food Industry Club (1, 
2,3,4), A-Day; Representative (3), Food 
Industry Exhibit (1,2,3), Grand Cham- 
pion (3) ... Hort Club (1) ... Animal 
Husbandry Club (2) . . . Band (1,2,3) . . . 
Student Council (1). 



Chan Ho Lee 

Seoul, Korea 
Food Industry 

"Chan" . . . quiet, reserved ... a man of 
much experience and wisdom . . . pos- 
sesses an obliging, mannerly sense . . . 
adept at Judo, likes soccer . . . plans to 
do graduate work at Villanova Universi- 
ty ... is often seen taking educational 
trips to Seabrook Farms . . . "Hey! 
Let's Go" ... "tocsonl" (too much). 

Activities: Food Industry Club(l,2,3,4) 
... Poultry Club (1.2,3,4) ... A-Day; 
Food Industry exhibits (1,2,3,4), Grand 
Champion Frozen Foods Exhibit (3), 
Poultry Exhibits (1,2,3,4), Reserve 
Grand Champion (2). 




Douglas Lee Major 

Royersford, Pennsylvania 
Animal Husbandry 

"Gimp" . . . "Hoot" ... a real horse fan 
. . . Alaska . . . rodeo enthusiast . . . his 
baby Ford ... "Major's meats make 
mighty muscles" ... extremely good 
natured . . . fun lover ... a real cow 
hand . . . the guy who fried eggs in Ul- 
man Hall . . . the last of the blacksmiths. 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club H 
2,3,4). 





Mariano Felix Maldonado 

Guatemala City 

Guatemala, Central America 

Horticulture 

"Mel" . . . full of that Central American 
charm ... an athlete, a baseball bug 
. . . never without a smile or Tony . . . 
possesses that unique ability to give 
everybody a word of cheer ... is said 
to be equally charming with the ladies 
. . . more than once had the backseat of 
his convertible full of snow . . . usually 
late, but he makes it . . . "Hey Slugger". 

Activities: Varsity Club (3,4) . . . Base- 
ball (2,3,4). 




Ado If o Manrique 

Rubio-Tachira, Venezuela 
Agronomy 

"Adolfo "... "Chico "... our pal from 
south of the border . . . fun- loving, yet 
not slighting his studies . . . known for 
his ability to hold audiences in com- 
plete interest and suspense . . . famous 
for his stories . . . proud of his home- 
land ... an authority on .American re- 
lations . . . his dream: coffee . . . "O.K. 
Buddy". 

Activities: Dance Committee (1,3) ... 
Agronomy Club (2,3,4) . . .Animal Hus- 
bandry Club (2,3,4) . . . Foto Club (3, 
4) ... Intramural Softball (1) ... A- 
Dav; Agronomy Exhibits (2,3,4); Cof- 
fee Experiments, 1st place, (2,3). 



Lawrence N. Martinelli 

Vanderbilt, Pennsylvania 
Agronomy 

"Larry" ... "Mario" ... veteran ... 
reserved and studious . . . knows his 
stuff in soil conservation application 
. . . respected by all as a proctor . . . 
never left a job unfinished . . . when 
ever he gave his advice, it was worth- 
while getting ... "Pittsburg or Bust" 
... "Hey, Chico" ... "Coffeebreak". 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club (1) 
. . . Agronomy Club (2,3,4); Treasurer 
(3) . . . Football (1,2) . . . Student Proc- 
tor (3,4). 




Anthony John Mazzocchi 

Livingston, New Jersey 
Poultry Husbandry 

"Tony" ... "Mazzoc" ... "Logachelli" 
. . . takes a keen interest in poultry . . . 
outstanding on the judging team, a lead- 
er in the Poultry Club . . . a sharp mind 
. . . known as a notorious lover . . . 
once went in partnership with Coop in 
an automobile business . . . often seen 
departing . . . "phone call for Mazzoc- 
chi "... "did Mazoc and Coop get up? " 

Activities: Poultry Club (1,2,3,4); Sec- 
retary (2), President (4) ... Football 
(3) ... Intramural Football (2) ... 
Glee Club (3) ... A-Day Committee 
(2,4) ... Poultry Judging Team (1,2, 
3,4) ... A-Day; Poultry Exhibits (1,2, 
3,4); 1st place (1,2), Grand Champion 
(3). 





John Colin Merrill, Jr. 

Oxford, New Jersey 
Agronomy 

"Johnny" ... a subtle wit, known for 
his short sayings that leave you roll- 
ing . . . the tall guy in a varsity jacket 
. . . main interest, basketball ... a 
pitcher on the baseball squad . . . drives 
a "little black beetle" ... plans to 
teach biology at his home town high 
school . . . "Anybody know how to do 
Algebra?" ... "Hey, 1 can't find my 
book". 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club (1) 
. . . Agronomy Club (2,3,4) . . . Basket- 
ball (1 ,2,3,4); Co-captain (4) . . . Base- 
ball (2,3,4) ... Intramural Football 
(2,4); Softball (1). 




Saul Ira Nadler 

Hillside, New Jersey 
Food Industry 

"Saul" ... famous for his size ... 
possesses a keen knowledge of market- 
ing and selling ... the author ity on 
unions . . . knew his way around Dock 
Street . . . often seen going to Philadel- 
phia by way of railroad . . . likes the 
dairy processing business . . . "How 
much you wanta bet?" ... '1 can get 
it for you cheaper than that!" 

Activities: Food Industry Club(l,2,3,4) 
. . . Hort Club (1.2,3) . . . Dairy Society 
(1,2,3,4) ... Photo Club (1,2,3,4) ... 
Band (1,2,3.4) ... Glee Club (1,2) ... 
Cornucopia, Assistant Business Mana- 
ger (4) . . . Dairy Judging Team (2) ... 
A-Day; Committee (3), Food Industry 
Exhibit (2.3), Dairy Heifer (2). 



Anthony Peter Nicas 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Agronomy 

'Pete" . . . veteran . . . witty and easy- 
going . . . studious . . . maintains a high 
scholastic average . . . ambitious, plans 
for grad school . . . was married before 
college, now has a little girl . . . 'the 
Greek" . . . sets a precedent of combin- 
ing work and pleasure to good ends. 

Activities: Agronomy Club(2,3,4); pro- 
gram committee (2) ... Gleaner staff 
writer (3). 




Martin Joseph O'Donnell 

Oaklyn, New Jersey 
Horticulture 

"Marty" . . . "Irish" . . . known for his 
organizational abilities . . . ruled the 
chow hall with an iron hand . . . thinks 
ahead . . . able leader of the Hort Club 
and A-Day Committee . . . resourceful, 
capable of meeting every new situation 
. . . there seems to be some attraction 
in Washington ... a hard worker, not 
afraid to sacrifice anything . . . 'Hey! 
Punchy!" . . . "Can you drop me off at 
Chalfont? " 

Activities: Horticulture Club (1,2,3,4), 
President (4) ... Basketball (1,2) ... 
Intramural basketball (3,4) . . . Glee 
Club (2) ... A-Day; Committee publi- 
city chairman (3), Chairman-in-Chief 
(4) . . . Ornamental Hort Exhibit (1) . . . 
Awards; Intramural Champs, basket- 
ball (3), Junior Varsity Letters (1,2) 
. . . Headwaiter (2). 





William Hubbard Parkhurst III 

Hammonton, New Jersey 
Horticulture 

"Bill" ... "Willie" ... on the serious 
side, reserved . . . the gym foreman . . . 
sincere student . . . will always be re- 
membered for his high standards and 
unbendable word . . . neat, well man- 
nered . . . punctual . . . one of the boys 
... it has to be a Buick . . . 'Sommers 
Point solicitor". 

Activities: Horticulture Club (1,2,3,4). 




Charles David Phillips 

Coaldale, Pennsylvania 
Animal Husbandry 

"Charlie" ... manager of .A.mburgo 
Farms . . . Judging Team . . . loves a 
debate ... a man of many experiences 
. . . one of the first tosay w-hathe thinks 
. . . "agitator" . . . family man. 

Activities: Class treasurer (1) ... Stu- 
dent Council (3) . . . Animal Husbandry 
Club (1,2,3,4) ... Football (1). ..Intra- 
mural Football (2,3,4) . . . Intramural 
Basketball (2,3,4) . . . Intramural Soft- 
ball (1,2,3,4) ... Student Council (3) 
. . . Animal Husbandry Judging Team 
(3,4). 



John Irving Plog 

Clifton, New Jersey 
Animal Husbandry 

'Johnny" . . . friendly . . . reserved . . . 
beef and sheep . . . experienced show 
man . . . full of spirit . . . always ready 
to take responsibility ... a leader in the 
class ... a fine perception of values . . . 
the first to pitch in and lend a hand. 

Activities: Class Secretary (3,4) . . . 
Animal Husbandry Club (1,2,3,4); 
marshal (2), Secretary-treasurer (3), 
Vice-president (4) ... Dairy Club (1) 
. . . Band (1 ,2,3,4) . . . Animal Husbandry 
Judging Team (4) ... A-Day; Reserve 
Champion Beef (1), 3rd place beef (2), 
"show equipment" exhibit (1) ...Stu- 
dent Council Leadership Award (2) . . . 
Student Council School Spirit Award 
(3). 




Richard Dale Porter 

Scranton, Pennsylvania 
Agronomy 

"Dick "... "R.D. "... versatile person- 
ality, apologetic manner . . . philoso- 
pher . . . photographic mind ... the 
"corps" ... a smile ... grad school 
. . . one Ambler Rambler bit the dust 
. . . mobile home in the trailer park . . . 
'squared away". 

Activities: Agronomy Club (2,3,4); 
President (3,4) . . . Football (1.3,4) . . . 
Intramural Football (2) ... Student 
Council (1,2) . . . A-Day Committee (3, 
4) ... Varsity Football Letterman. 





Jon H. Potashnick 

Hackensack, New Jersey 
Animal Husbandry 

"Jon" . . . "Potash" . . . deliberate and 
methodical . . . you would always want 
him on your side . . . reliable, unselfish 
... a good man around animals, a good 
showman . . . well-liked for his slow 
cool-headedness . . . likes fenaales, one 
in particular, many in general . . . 
famous for his easy laugh. 

Activities: Dance Committee (1) ... 
Animal Husbandry Club (1,2,3,4) ... 
Football (1,2) . . . Baseball (1,2,3,4) . . . 
Intramural Football (3,4), Basketball 
(3,4) ... Band (1,2,3,4), President (4) 
... Glee Club(l,2,3,4)... Gleaner (3, 
4) ... Furrow Staff (4) ... A-Day; 
Swine, first in class (3); Exhibit, first 
(2); Sheep (1). 




Theodore Albert Rieth 

Millington, New Jersey 
Ornamental Horticulture 

"Ted" . . . seldom spoke to anyone, ex- 
cept in a card game . . . often seen driv- 
ing a new Ford pick-up truck . . . loves 
cars . . . seldom without Paul . . . known 
for his boisterous laugh . . . individual- 
istic . . . active hort man . . . 'Anybody 
seen Paul?" 

Activities: Dance Committee (3,4) . . . 
Horticulture Club (1,2,3) . . . Ornamen- 
tal Horticulture Club (4) . . . Intramural 
Football (1,2,3,4), Softball (2,3,4) ... 
A-Day; Garden Retreats (2,3,4), 2nd 
place (2,3). 



Paul David Rohr 

Fair Lawn, New Jersey 
Ornamental Horticulture 

"Paul" ... "Benny" ... actively in- 
terested in hort ... liked by all ... 
loves cars, few of us will forget his 
customized Ford ... "Rieth, Rohr" 
... humorous ... "pinochile?" ... 
mountain climbing boots ... "chopped 
and channelled, lowered and louvered" 
. . . "Fair Lawn Comet". 

Activities: Horticulture Club (1,3) ... 
Ornamental Horticulture Club (4) ... 
Baseball (1) ... Intramural Football 
(1,2,3,4), Softball (2,3,4) ... A-Day; 
Garden Retreats (2,3,4). 




Robert Harold Rush 

Stewartsville, New Jersey 
Dairy Husbandry 

"Bob" . . . leader of the National Aggies 
gridiron for four years . . . known for 
his love of humor and devilment . . . 
"P-burg" his favorite town . . . it never 
was too late for coffee at Ed's ... 
ready for trouble at the drop of a hat 
... a tidy room? . . . always kept the 
guys well supplied with food from home 
. . . "time for a quick hand". 

Activities: Dairy Society (1,2,3,4) ... 
Football (1,2,3,4); captain (4) . . . Intra- 
mural Basketball (1,2,3,4); Softball (2, 
3,4) . . . A-Day; showed dairy heifer, 
1st in class (1) ... Awards; Captain of 
Football Squad (4); Outstanding back 
award (4). 





Jack Edwaxd Schultz 

Ridley Park, Pennsylvania 
Agronomy 

"Jack" ... a knack for the mechanical 
... known as the "engineer" in the 
Agronomy department . . . often seen 
tinkering with some gadget or design- 
ing a new machine . . . plans to manage 
a farm in Chester County . . . never 
been anywhere without Rita ... a grin 
from ear to ear ... a workhorse . . . 
Tm sorry Doctor, I forgot". 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club (1, 
2) . . . Agronomy Club (3,4) . . . Foot- 
ball (3,4) ... Intramural Football (1, 
2); Basketball (1) . . . A-Day; Champion 
Sheep (1); Reserve Grand Champion 
Beef (1) ... Awards; Intramural Foot- 
ball Trophy (2). 




Joseph H. Shinn 

Honey Brook, Pennsylvania 
Agronomy 

"Joe" ... "Little Joe" ... good stu- 
dent, serious minded ... a go-getter 
... a stanch Chevrolet man . . . loves 
basketball and women ... an authority 
on soil conservation . . . plans to be 
helicopter pilot for U.S. Navy . . . 
"Boss of Cornucopia Staff" . . . hails 
from Glen Moore U . . . good horseman 
. . . "go dip your right eye in soup" . . . 
"Don't argue, I'm not in the mood". 

Activities: Dance Committee (3) ... 
Dairy Society (1,2) . . . Agronomy Club 
(2.3,4) . . . Basketball (1,2,3) . . . Intra- 
mural Basketball (4) . . . Gleaner staff 
writer (1,2,3,4); Editor (3) ... Cornu- 
copia Editor (4) . . . A-Day Committee 
(3,4) . . . A-Day; Dairy heifer, 2nd in 
class (1); Model Dairy (1,2); Agronomy 
Grand Champion (2); Champion Co-Ed 
Milking Contest (3); Electronics in 
Agronomy (3,4) . . . Awards; Student 
Council Recognition (2,3); J.V. Letter 
(1,2,3). 



Manouchehr Shirvani 

Teheran, Iran 
Agronomy 

"Mannie" ... a devoted student ... 
remarkably accomplished in his power 
of English . . . left our college to attend 
the University of New Mexico . . . re- 
joined us in his junior year, a married 
man . . . famous for his experiences in 
the world . . . respected because of his 
patience and tolerance . . . never a bad 
word for anybody . . . "Doctor, could 
you explain?" 

Activities: Dairy Society (1) . . . Agron- 
omy Club (2,3,4) . . . Football (1,2) . . . 
Student Council (1). 




Kenneth Estes Signor 

Emporium, Pennsylvania 
Horticulture 

'Ken" ... "Reds" ... loves to talk, 
garrulous ... always rushing to go 
somewhere, punctual to the minute . . . 
always sincere . . . possesses the abili- 
ty to laugh off every jibe . . . started 
off his junior year by punching trees . . . 
appreciates the comforts of a Nash . . . 
a conscientious student, often found 
buried deeply in his books . . . tells 
jokes? . . . "Beep Beep". 

Activities: Horticulture Club (1,2,3,4) 
. . . Band (1). 





Robert Smith 

Old Forge, Pennsylvania 
Ornamental Horticulture 



"Smitty" ... quiet, reserved. . .good 
natured, warm friendly manner... 
highly respected for his academic drive 
and seriousness. . .raises ornamentals, 
tropical fish, children, and likes photo- 
graphy. . .the guy who always comes 
through with the correct answer. . .a 
Korean veteran. . .devoted family man 
. . .his family began to increase in his 
senior year. . .grad school for land- 
scape architecture. 

Activities: Horticulture Club (1,3,4) 
. . .A-Day Exhibits; Garden Retreats 
(2.3). 




Harry Benjamin Snavely 

Lititz, Pennsylvania 
Agronomy 

"Benny" or "Ben" ... "Snav" ... an 
amjable wit ... among the best liked . . . 
the guy with all the pretzels ... an 
occasional trip to Ambler . . . the 
"Dutchman" ... a variety of interests, 
once had a motorcycle .■. . asresource^ 
ful as they come . . . pxjssesses a keen 
ability to judge values ... a leading 
sense of order and organization . . . 
"Hey I Wait a minute fellows" . . . "To- 
bacco? What's that?" 

Activities: Dance Committee (2) ... 
Class Vice President (3) ... Dairy 
Society (1,2) . . . Agronomy Club(2, 3,4); 
Vice-president (3) ... Gleaner staff 
writer (1,2,3) ... Cornucopia (4) ... 
A-Day; Dairy heifer. Reserve Grand 
Champion (1) ... Agronomy exhibits. 
Wheat milling (2,3) . . . Awards; Stu- 
dent Council Award (2,3). 



David S. Steely 

Gratz, Pennsylvania 
Poultry Husbandry 



"Dave". . ."Houdan". . .always ready to 
lend a helping hand. . .the poultry exf)ert 
. . .leader in the poultry club. . .worked 
hard for this grades. . .known for his 
ability to pose a question. . .the Kraut 
. . ."Gratz terror". . ."anybody going to 
Abington? " 

Activities: Dairy Society (1). . .Poultry 
Society (1,2,3); secretary (2), treasurer 
(4). . .A-Day; Dairy heifer. Workman- 
ship award (1); Poultry exhibits (2,3,4). 



Raymond John Steidinger 

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 
Ornamental Horticulture 



"Ray". ..quiet, reserved. . .consci- 
entious, hard working student . . .sticks 
to a job till its finished. . .we used 
to think he was shy. . .interests are 
raising house plants and orchids, ob- 
serving and studying wildlife. . .always 
ready and willing to be with the boys 
when there is trickery afoot. . .well 
known and resjDected but often razzed 
for his clean way of life. . .plans to 
work for a landscape company and 
own a small farm in the future. 

Activities: Horticulture Club (1,2,3,4) 
. . .Ornamental Horticulture Club (4) 
...Photography Club (4). . .A-Day Ex- 
hibits; Garden Retreats (1,2,3,4), Re- 
serve Grand Champion Ornamental 
Hort (1). 





Robert Richard Stevens 

Chester, Pennsylvania 
Animal Husbandry 

"Bob". . .able leader of the Class of 
"59" . . . dependable, responsible ... an 
innate sense of justice. . .President of 
Student Council. . .handled all the red 
tape and trivialities of office with 
ease. . .unbending in his word. . .con- 
tains no feeling of prejudice or malice 
toward his fellow students. . ."Report 
to Student Court on Monday I "-Splash I 
. . ."Your car's not parked in the right 
place.". . ."Do you have time to give 
me a push?" 

Activities: Vice President of Class (2), 
President of Class (3,4) . . . Glee Club 
(1,2,3,4), President (4) . . .Animal Hus- 
bandry Club (1,2,3,4). . .Student Council 
(2,3,4), Treasurer (3), President (4) 
. . .A-Day Committee (3,4) . . . Animal 
Husbandry Judging Team (4) . . . A-Day; 
showed beef cow (2). 




William Charles Sturm 

Budd Lake, New Jersey 
Dairy Husbandry 

"Bill". . ."Sturmy". . .little Mr. Dyna- 
mite on the football field. . .married 
Kitty in his Sophomore year. . .farmed 
on the side. . .Sturm and Burns. . . 
became known for his ability to meet 
every new situation . . . everything but 
the family cow was in his back seat 
..."Do you have an extra clipboard?" 
..."Mr. Allen how about letting the 
class come help me pick corn today?" 

Activities: Football (2,3,4). . .Intra- 
mural Basketball (1); Softball (2.3.4) 
. . .A-Day; showed dairy heifer (1). . . 
Awards; Varsity sweater (2), Varsity 
letter (2,3.4); Outstanding Back Award 
(4); President Work Award (4). 



Charles Anthony Tacelosky 

Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania 
Dairy Husbandry 

"Charlie". . ."Tac". ..possesses a 
frank wit. . .a hearty laugh, and a hi- 
yo devilment. .. 'Where did I park the 
big 'C '? .. ."Whoknows a good dentist?" 
..."those damn hot dogs again". ..the 
guy that always got Bake and Rush 
out of the sack. 

Activities: Dance Committee (4). . .Ani- 
mal Husbandry Club (2,3). . .Dai r y 
Society (3,4). . .Intramural Football (2, 
3,4); Basketball (3,4); Baseball (1,2, 
3.4). 




Joseph S. Testa, Jr. 

Hammonton, New Jersey 
Horticulture 

"Joe". . ."Poison". . .guides the Long 
Island lodger. . .quiet tendencies, re- 
served ... a businessman ... hearty 
laugh. . .enjoys that married life. . .hard 
worker. . .always puts a good foot for- 
ward. . .among the first to go out with 
the boys. 

Activities: Dance Committee (1,2,3,4), 
chairman of the Queen Committee (1, 
2,3,4). . .Horticulture Club (1,2,3,4), 
program committee (4). . .Ornamental 
Horticulture Club (4). . .Animal Hus- 
bandry Club (1,2,3). . .Intramural Foot- 
ball (1,2,3), basketball (1,2), baseball 
(1,2)... Glee Club (1,2). . .Horticulture 
Judging Team (4). . .A-Day; Committee 
(4), Horticulture Exhibits (3). 




Willis Herbert Thompson 




Mullica Hill, New Jersey 
Agronomy 

"Skip". . .outstanding athletic achiev- 
ments. . .one of the most well known 
and most looked- up to members of the 
class. ..displays confidence and 
leadership ability. . .Uncle Sam inter- 
rupted his education with a two-year 
paid vacation. . .returned to graduate 
with the Class of 1959. . .known for 
his gridiron feats. . .often seen wearing 
a wide, pleasant smile. . . "Hello there, 
and what can 1 do for vou". 



Activities: Glee Club (2,3). . .Varsity 
Club (2,3,4); vice president (3). . .Ag- 
ronomy Club (2,3)... Football (1,2,3); 
Co-Captain (2,3). . .Basebal 1 (3)... 
Basketball (1). . .Intramural Softball (1, 
2). . .Glee Club (2,3). . .Awards; Honor- 
able Mention All-State Football Player 
(3); Outstanding Back Trophy (2,3)... 
Second in Delaware Valley Scoring, 
Football, 57 points (3). 




Bernard J. Walczak 

Conshohocken, Pennsylania 
Ornamental Horticulture 

"Bernie". . .an active member of the 
Class. . .extremely good natured, in- 
terested in helping. . .takes his studies 
seriously. . .never undertakes a job 
without putting his all into it. . .veteran 
. . .married in his junior year. . .loves 
to polka. . .respected by all because of 
his leadership and directive abilities 
. . .famous because he always would chip 
in when no one else would. . ."Alright 
you guys, knock it off I". 

Activities: Dance Committee (1,2,3), 
co-chairman (1), chairman (2). . .Hor- 
ticulture Club (1,2, 3, 4)... Ornamental 
Horticulture Club (4). . .Intramural 
Football (1,2,3,4), Basketball (1,3). 
Softball (1,2,3)... Glee Club (1,2)... 
Student Council (2,3,4), vice president 
(3), secretary (4). . .A-Day; Garden Re- 
treat (2,3), second place (3). . .Awards; 
Intramural trophies. Football (2,3), 
Basketball (3); Student Council Leader- 
ship (2,3).. .Student Store (3,4)... 
Proctor (2). 



Andrew Jay Watson 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 
Animal Husbandry 

"Jay". . .always knows how to go about 
solving a problem. . .never out-spoken 
in a bull session. . .likes to raise heck 
.. .boisterous. . .of ten seen going to 
Willow Grove. . .likes female company 
. . .a hot Chewy. . ."I'll take my car on 
the trip". .."Did anybody see Charlie 
or Leo? "... "Yeah. I'll bet!". 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club (1, 
2,3,4) ... Intramural Football (1,2,3.4), 
Basketball (3,4), Softball (1.2,3,4) ... 
Glee Club (1,2,3) . . . Animal Husbandry 
Judging Team (2,3) . . . Awards; Intra- 
mural Football Champions (2,3,4). Bas- 
ketball Champions (3). 




Stephen Harvey Wildstein 

New York, New York 
Food Industry 

"Steve". . ."Wildman". . ."The Bronx 
kid". . .possesses a never-die spirit. . . 
serious. . .had car trouble. . .known for 
his ability to make good when the 
chips are down. . .often seen heading 
for Ambler. . .likes old cars. .."I'm 
going to Ambler if my car will start". 

Activities: Class Dance Committee (2) 
. . .Food Industry Club (1,2,4). . .Base- 
ball (1). . .Intramural Basketball (1,3,4). 
Football(l). . .Band(1.2). . .GleeClub(2) 
. . .A-Day; Showed dairy heifer (1). Art 
Exhibit (3). Food Industry Exhibits (2. 
3.4), Reserve Grand Champion (3). 





Richard Alan Wilkins 

Great Neck, New York 
Horticulture 

"Dick". . ."Wilkie". . .the Long Island 
lodger that invaded Hammonton. . .it 
may take him forever, but he gets 
it done. . .subdued artist. . .nothing but 
jazz. . .wonderful dancer. . .appreciates 
bowling and card games... what a 
driver!. . ."There is no Great Neck!". 

Activities: Dance Committee (1,2)... 
Yearbook photographer (4)... 
Horticulture Club (2,3,4), A-Day; rep- 
resentative (4), Hort. Exhibit (3). . . 
.\nimal Husbandry Club (1,2). . .Orna- 
mental Horticulture Club (4)... Base- 
ball (1,2,). . .Band (1,2). . .Glee Club (2) 
. . .A-Day Committee (4). 




Samuel S. Wilson 

Kennett Square, Pennsylvania 
Animal Husbandry 

"Sam". ; .quiet smile. . .cattle and hog 
man. . .a willing helper. . .assistant 
foreman of Buck and Doe Valley Farms 
. . .able leader of the Animal Husbandry 
Club . . .honest and sincere. . ."let's go 
to Boyle's". . .anybody seen Joe?. 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club (2, 
3,4); president (4). . .Football tramer 
(3,4). . .Intramural basketball (3,4)... 
Animal Husbandry Judging Teams (3, 
4). . .A-Day; Hereford cow (2); market 
hogs, 2nd in class (3); judging team, 
4th place (2). . .Student Council Award 
(3). 



Bernard Theodore Wittenberg 

Philadelphia, Pennsylania 
Ornamental Horticulture 

"Bert". . .an amiable and energetic way 
. . .has a keen interest in his major 
. . .the morale booster of the Orna- 
mental Hort group who will always 
rememter his sayings and comments 
...interests are business ventures, 
reading, and jazz. . .a fan of Bohemian 
unconcernedness. . .plans to have a re- 
tail garden market in the future. . . 
"don't sweat it". 

Activities: Horticulture Club (1,2,3,4) 
. . .Ornamental Horticulture Club (4) 
...Band (1,2)... Glee Club (1,2). . .A- 
Day; Committee (4). . .Garden Retreat 
Exhibits (1.2,3,4). 




Harris Howard Osborne 

Millville, New Jersey 
Poultry Husbandry 

"Ozzie". . ."Oz". . .always has an idea 
for making money, only "no capital" 
knows his poultry . . . keeps every- 
body laughing . . . seems to have the 
last wofd - whether a fact, a joke or 
a wise-crack . . . wants to be a teacher, 
with various sidelines. . .one of the 
"market" boys. . ."you want to sell it?" 

Activities: Animal Husbandry Club (1) 
...Varsity Club (1). . .Poultry Science 
Club (1,2,3,4). . .Football (1.2). . .Intra- 
mural basketball (1). . .Poultry Judging 
Team (2). . .A-Day; Committee (3). . . 
Grand Champion Poultry (3). . .Awards; 
Varsity letter, Football (1); Poultry 
Judging Award. . .Student Store (1). 





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"Hey, I found a trash can 
in my room!" 



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care of the water department 



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Front row left to right: E. Vinecour, G. Bruck, J. Exley, D. Gregg, W. George, E. 
Stickell, J. Siatkowski, E. Markovic, T. Herr, N. Trager. Second Row: F. Radican, 
D. Kantner, H. Stoner, R. Norton, L. Fonseca, H. Kerby, C. Blatt, J. Foyle, G. Gordon. 
Third Row: E. Menkens, E. Plotka, J. Bittman, A. Fritchey, D. Wise, A. Snope, A. 
Edling, R. Bauman, A. Silverman. ESack Row: C. Remsen, J. Holcombe, D. Linde, 
D. Bogaisky, D. Ainsworth, L. Hilsen, G. CharUck. 




of 

J960 



Class Officers: Presi- 
dent: E. Stickell, Vice 
President: W. George, 
Secretary: J. Siatkow- 
ski. Treasurer: D. 
Gregg, Student Coun- 
cil: E. Marcovic, J. 
Exley. 





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First Row, left to right: W. Hunt, J. Mihlfried, J. Kapusnak, E. Woodward, C. Klein, A. JablonsM, 
G. Stapleton, J. Diamond, R. Mesnak, E. Schultz. Second Row: J. Warshaw, W. Frazier, W. Keyser, 
T. Cannan, R. Piotrowicz, A. Schneider, R. Sensenich, E. Rossell, P. Boutin, K. Lipton. Third 
Row: W. Burns, W. Mayer, P. Dodge, J. Mulnick, J. Gall, S. FuUerton, D. Whitfield, F. Malloy, 
S. Katz, W. Hoogmoed. Fourth Row: J. Holm, C. Gerth, K. Johnson, J. VanVorst, R. Stuart, E. 
Robinson, R. Maier, M. Holmberg, J. Hoover, W. Merz. Fifth Row: J. Larsen, P. Smith.- L. 
Beck, G. Fuess, C. Fitzgerald, J. Fitzpatrick, J. Apestegui, W. Kubat, G. Shelley. 




of 

1961 



Officers: left to right: E. Wood- 
ward, treasurer; G. Stapleton, 
vice president; A. Jablonski, 
president; C. Klein, secretary; 
H. Botero, student council; J. 
Kupusnak, student council. 



First Row, Left to Right: E. Kennedy, J. Teller, D. Goldstein, J. Matro, A. Steiret, R. Cole. 
S. Santangelo, C. Milnes, H. Johns, J. Berkheiser, K. Brown, R. MuUer, J. Russo, B. Chad- 
wick. Second Row: D. Andreason, J. Gray, C. Heagle, A. Maholick, F. Rette, W. Wilson, R. 
Pearce, R. O'Neill, D. Omstead, G. Caldaro, R. Johnson, W. Crissman. Third Row: E. 
Schneider, M. Zapach, F. Armbruster, N. Gabrail, F. Gibble, A. Radi, R. Brown, G. Jemrod, 
E. Ritter, P. Macfarlan, I. Solomon, M. Brand. Fourth Row: R. Strimel, J. Adams, R. Pitzh- 
ler, R. Zimmer, N. Resnick, H. Gray, F. Papari, C. Miller, N. Macguian, W. Peterson, J. 
Mcnally, A. Monostori, S. Meagher, D. Lustig. Fifth Row: C. Beling, C. Wira, R. Frantz, 
D. Trexler, R. Cooney, C. Bennett, W. Serwell, S. Rudolph, J. Johnson, W. Gross, J. Murch, 
T. Snyder. Sixth Row: D. Cafaro, D. Bowen, J. Ulshafer, M. Kopas, J. Hamilton, D. Haven, 
J. Kuyper, R. Swackhamer, J. Mertz, L. Jacobsen, D. Baker. 



Class 
of 

1962 



Officers, seated: M. Brand, vice 
president; K. Brown, treasurer; 
standing: R. Frantz, secretary; 
W. Crissman, president. 





MAJORS 

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AGRONOMY 
CLUB 




Seated, left to right: Harry Krak, Carl Hettinger, Roger Blatt, Dick Porter, 
Ron Liggett, Adolpho Manrique, Ben Snavely. Standing: Dave Bogaisky, Bill 
Frazier, Bob Burns, Stan FuUerton, Lou Beck, Roy Hancock, Joe Shinn, Jack 
Schultz, Pete Nicas, John Merrill, Paul Boutin, Don Haven, Dave Andreason. 



Agronomy 



Officers: Roger Blatt, sec- 
re tar y-treasurer; Dick 
Porter, president; Ron 
Liggett, vice president. 




Field trip to U.S. Grain Inspection 
Service. 



TTT.. 



Coffee -breaX!* 




Field-trip to the plots 





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Field trip to Rohm and 
Haas' Proving Station 



Jacli, Mannie, Carl, and Chico 



The surveying teams 



The drainage ditch, before and after 




John, Bucky, Joe, and Bob 







Field-trip to Neshaminy Valley 
Watershed Association 





ANIMAL 

HUSBANDRY 

CLUB 




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First Row, Left to Right: Paul Boutin, Stan Fullerton, Gus Crissman, Tom Cannan, 
Al JablonslQ, Jim Diamond, Roy Hancock, Lorenzo Fonseca, John Gray, Al Hanser, 
Joe Weelis. Second Row: Bill Frazier, Kirk Brown, John Bertz, Dave Bjornson, Dave 
Gootman, Joe Exley, Sam Wilson, John Plog, Bart Glass, Larry Cooper, Tony Cab- 
rales, Marv Brand, Bob Frantz. Third Row: Bob Stuart, Charles Heagle, Ken Lip- 
ton, Ray Piotrowicz, Herb Johns, Doug Major, Al Bennett, Jack Criswell, Jay Wat- 
son, Dr. Pelle, Jon Potashnick, Bob Stevens, Dave Kantner, Neil Gabrail, Pat Mihl- 
fried, Joe Moors, Ron Schneider, Dan Whitfield. Fourth Row: Jim DeMauriac, 
Charles Wira, Ted Kubat, Frank McConnell, Jim Hoover, Don Haven, Norwood 
MacGuigan, Walt Gross, Ed Plotka, John Holcombe. Lou Beck, John Ulshafer. 



JHusbaadry 





Officers, Seated: Dave 
Gootman, program chair- 
man; Bart Glass, A-Day 
officer. Standing: John 
Plog, vice president; Sam 
Wilson, president; Joe Ex- 
ley, secretary-treasurer. 



Bart Glass and Cwato Heir R 514th, Grand 
Champion Hereford Bull of Pennsylvania, 
Harrisburg, 1958. 



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Jay Watson and Black Angus bull, 
Shawdow Isle Prince Eric 13th. 




The boys load up for a field trip 




Jon Potashnick at Trenton State Fair 



Getting Cwato ready at Harrisburg 





DAIRY 

HUSBANDRY 

CLUB 




Seated, Left to right: Al Hanser, Ken Sausville, Saul Nadler, Joe Bitt- 
man, Bob Grim, Dave Ainsworth, Rich Norton, Bill ShuU, Al Jablonski. 
Second Row: Jim Hoover, Phil Dodge, John Adams, Dick Strimel, 
Dick Maier, Dick Brown, Ron Schneider, Bob Johnson, Charles Heagle, 
Chuck Klein, Wayne Hunt, Fred Armbruster, Ron Walker, Dave Cafaro. 
Third Row: Dave Wise, Ira Solomon, Wes Merz, Stew Meagher, Milt 
Holmberg, Al Monostori, Charles Gerth, John Hamilton, Gary Fuess, 
John Fish, Don Haven, Jack Kuyper. 

Dairy 
"^ Musbandru 



Oliicers: Dave Ainsworth, 
vice president. Bob Grim, 
president; Joe Bittman , 
secretary-treasurer. 





in lab manual 16, page 31 




Ray, Clark, and Bob 



"Anybody got a match?" 



A steady hand in the ring 






FOOD 

INDUSTRY 

CLUB 




Seated, left to right: Don Gordon, Steve Wildstein, Dr. Turner, Jim Jackson, 
Joe Faline, Al Silverman, Emory Markovic, Mr. Frazer, Bill Greer, Chan 
Ho Lee. Second Row: Bud Charlick, Steve Katz, Jim Russo, Bill Keyser, 
Neil Trager, Rudy Mesnak, Sam Lamnin, Saul Nadler, Tom Brennan, 
George Vinecour, Herb Johns, Howard Gray, Frank Radican, Joel War- 
shaw. Third Row: Jan Larsen, Jean Apestegui, Walt Peterson, David Lustig, 
Walt Hoogmoed, Bill Mayer, Kim Johnson, Neil Gabrail, Jerry Mulnick, 
Bill Burns, Don Baker, Len Hilsen, Tony Remsen. 

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oIiiceiH, Kneeling: Jim 
Jackson, secretary; Emory 
Markovic, treasurer. Stan- 
ding: Al Silverman, vice 
president; Joe Faline, 
president. 




HORTICULTURE 
CLUB 




Seated, left to right: Ken Signor, John Holm, Ted Kubat, Dr. Purmell. 
Joe Kapusnak, Marty O'Donnell, Bill George, Dick Wilkins, Joe Testa, 
Bert Wittenberg. Second Row: George Halpern, EdStickell, Les Garrett, 
Bill Parkhurst, Ray Steidinger, Bob Emory, Bernie Walczak, Jack 
Snope, Henry Kerby. Third Row: Tom Snyder, Dave Linde, Elwood 
Rossell, Gene Schultz, Sal Santangelo, Ed Ritter, Carl Fitzgerald, Dick 
Swackhamer. 



Horticulture 



Officers, left to right: Joe 
Kapusnak, vice president; 
Marty O'Donnell, presi- 
dent; Bill George, treas- 
urer. 





Dr. Purmell 




Marty O'Donnell 




Joshua Feldstein 




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Something's dragging! — Red and Joe 




Dick Wilkins 



The 1959 Intercollegiate Fruit Judging Contest 






Will this one grow? 




Hey! Looli out there with that . . . 



We put them in here somewhere. 



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Dr. Purmell directs traffic. 





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Officers, seated: Ron Bau- 
man. treasurer; Les Gar- 
rett, secretary. Standing: 
Joe Siatkowski, president; 
Don Gregg, vice president. 



A design critique 



ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE CLUB 

Seated, Left to Right: Bert Wittenberg, Dick Wilidns, Ray Steidinger, 
Les Garrett, Don Gregg, Joe Siatkowski, Ron Bauman, Bob Emory, 
Bernie Walczak. Second Row: Joe Gall, Marv Brand, Dom DiGianto- 
masso, Dave Kern, Tom Herr, Don Charles, Ron Cole, Bill Wilson, 
Ed FUtter, Al Hanser, Howard Gray. Third Plow: Pete Smith, Joe Fitz- 
patrick, John VanVorst, Al Edling, Bob Gordon, Ev Menkens, Tony 
Fritchey, Earl Robinson, Don Bowen, John Mertz. 

OrnameHtal 
Horticulture 




The boys go back to nature 





"The Case of the Smiling Corpse" 




Preparations for a face- 
lifting. 



These roots must 


go to China 






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POULTRY 
CLUB 




Seated, lelt to right; Prolessor Kerdo, Ken Bergman, Pnil Dodge, Tony 
Mazzocchi, Dave Steely, Ron Schneider. Standing: George Shelly, Wes 
Merz, Joe Teller, John Berkheiser, Chan Ho Lee, Hernando Botero, 
Jake Sensenich, Dick Swackhamer. 



Poultry 
Husbandry 




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a chicken. 



Officers, seated: Ron Sclv- 
neider, secretary; Dave 
Steely, treasurer. Stand- 
ing: Phil Dodge, vice pres- 
ident; Tony Mazzocchi, 
president. 




The boys and their 
birds 




Johnny Braubitz was 

devoted . . . 




Oz checks one off 





Mr. Ferdo and Col. Kendall 




SPORTS 



AND ACTIVITIES 

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Number 












First row L. to R, 


Name 


Position 








75 


Ted Kubat 


tackle 


60 


Roy Hancock 


guard 


76 


John Holm 


tackle 


40 


Bill Shull 


halfback 


43 


Ed Stickell 


fullback 


84 


Jack Kuyper 


center 


63 


Gene Schultz 


guard 


20 


Bill Wilson 


halfback 


62 


Rudy Mesnak 


guard 


41 


Joe Exley 


halfback 


22 


Bill Sturm 


halfback 




Sal Santangelo 


manager 


51 


Bob Bums 


center 




Sam Wilson 


trainer 


10 


Bob Rush 


quarterback 








21 


Dick Porter 


halfback 








83 


Joe Faline 


end 








11 


Frank Radican 


quarterback 


Third row L. to R. 






32 


Emory Markovic 


fullback 




Al Edling 


trainer 


50 


Bill Kennedy 


center 


74 


Steve Borsh 


tackle 


74 


Huck Johnston 


tackle 


22 


Ed Stein 


end 




Coach Pete Pihos 




81 


Pat Mihlfried 


end 








74 


Pete Smith 


tackle 








72 


Nlilt Holmberg 


tackle 


Second row L. to R. 






23 


Clair Bennett 


center 


63 


Dick Brown 


halfback 


85 


Wes Merz 


end 


23 


Walt McDonough 


center 


80 


Harold Agnew 


end 


82 


Walt Hoogmoed 


end 


42 


Norwood McGuigan 


tackle 


31 


Charles Gerth 


fullback 


73 


Herbert Harris 


tackle 


64 


Henry Kerby 


guard 


82 


Bob Duff 


tackle 


71 


Al Silverman 


tackle 


40 


Bob Johnson 


halfback 


61 


Bill Keyser 


guard 


43 


Jim Russo 


halfback 


30 


Bob Frantz 


quarte 'back 




Joe Kapusnak 


manager 


* 70 


Jim Hoover 


guard 









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Sept. 27 

Oct, 4 

Oct. 11 

Oct. 18 

Oct. 25 

Nov. 10 

Nov. 15 

Nov. 22 



1958-'59 Record: 5 wins, 2 losses, 1 tie 
SCHEDULE 

Montclair State Teachers College 

Drexel Institute of Technology 

Lincoln University 

District of Colombia Teachers College 

Kutztown State Teachers College 

Galludet of Washington, D.C. 

C.W. Post College of Long Island U. 

Trenton State College 



NAC-OPP 


Home 


12-12 


Home 


13- 8 


Away 


21-13 


Home 


19-14 


Away 


12- 


Away 


13-14 


Home 


24- 


Home 


0-40 



Awards 

Outstanding Back (Okerlund-LaRosa) William Sturm 

Outstanding Lineman (Alumni Trophy) John Holm 

Ross Triol Memorial Trophy for Outstanding Leadership & Sportsmanship (Alumni Trophy) 

Edward Stickell 

The President's Trophy William Sturm 

Gold Footballs To All Varsity Lettermen 



VARSITY LETTERMEN 



Burns, Robert 
Exley, Joseph 
Faline, Joseph 
Frantz, Robert 
Harris, Herbert 
Holm, John 
Hoover, James 
Johnston, Harold 
Kapusnak, Joseph (mgr.) 
Keyser, William 
Markovic, Emory 



Mesnak, Rudolph 
Mihlfried, Joseph 
Radican, Frank 
Rush, Robert (captain) 
Schultz, John 
Schultz, Eugene 
Shull, William 
Silverman, Alvin 
Stickel, Edward 
Sturm, William 
Wilson, Samuel (trainer) 




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SENIOR GRIDMEN 





Emory Markovic, 
V^ fullback 



Joe Exley, halfback 




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UNDERCLASSMEN 



Jim Hoover, guaxd 



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Bill Keyser, guard 





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Herb Harris, tackle 




John Holm, tackle 




Bill Sturm receives Outstanding Back and Most Valuable 
Player awards from Coach Pete Pihos. 



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From Left to Right: Bob Berke, manager, John Anderson, Bob Frantz, 
Joe Morosky, Jack Briggs, Dave Bjornson, John Merrill, Carl Pfeufer, 
Dave Linde, Joe Kapusnak, Walt Hoogmoed, Emory Markovlc, Mike 
Zapach, Coach Ted Gehlmann. 







SCHEDULE 




Dec. 


6 


Eastern Baptist College 


Jan. 


30 


Dec. 


9 


Trenton State College 


Feb. 


3 


Dec. 


12 


Glassboro State College 


Feb. 


7 


Dec. 


16 


Haverford College 


Feb. 


14 


Jan. 


3 


Rutgers University of South Jersey 


Feb. 


17 


Jan. 


7 


Philadelphia Textile Institute 


Feb. 


21 


Jan. 


9 


Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and 


Feb. 


24 






Science 


Feb. 


27 


Jan. 


14 


Lincoln University 






Jan. 


27 


Eastern Baptist College 


Mar. 


3 



Philadelphia Textile Institute 

Rutgers University of South Jersey 

Kings College 

Kutztown State Teachers College 

Jersey City State College 

Newark State College 

Trenton State College 

Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and 

Science 

Jersey City State College 



1957-58 Record - 9-12 
1958-59 Record -7-11 



SENIOR HOOPMEN 




UNDERCLASSMEN 




Mike Zapach 



ACTION 
UNDER THE BOARDS 




Pfeufer clears the boards 




ft V 



baseball 



SCHEDLT_E 
April 9 Kings College 
April 11 Rutgers Universit>' of South 

Jersey 
April 14 Trenton State College 
April 18 Newark State College 
April 20 Kutziown State Teachers Col- 
lege 
April 21 Glassboro State College 
April 27 Philadelphia College Of Phar- 
macy and Science 
May 5 Kutztown State Teachers Col- 
lege 
May 7 Glassboro State College 
May 9 Philadelphia College of Phar- 
macy and Science 
May 12 Rutgers University of South 

Jersey 
May 16 Trenton State College 



The wind-up, the pitch 




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A-DAY COMMITTEE 



First row, left to right: Roger Blatt, publicity; Carl Hettinger, treasurer; Marty O'- 
Donnell, chairman; Ken Bergman, secretary; Dave Ainsworth. Second Row: Joe Shinn, 
Bob Stevens, Ray Hendricks, Bob Grim, John Merrill, Dick Wilkins, Richard Norton. 




A-:Da^ 



A class of Hampshire sheep 
Tom King, judge 



fudging Z earns 




POULTRY 

JUDGING 

TEAM 



Seated, left to right: Dave Steely, Tony Mazzocchi, Phil Dodge. Stand- 
ing: Ron Schneider, Jake Sensenich, Hernando Botero. 



DAIRY 

JUDGING 

TEAM 



L«ft to Right: Dave 
Ainsworth, Richard 
Norton, Joe Bittman. 




HORTICULTURE 
; JUDGING 
^ TEAM 




eiubs 



Seated, Left to right: Dave Linde, Jack Snope, Bill George. Second 
Row: Ed SUckell, Henry Kerby, Dick WiUdns. 



CONTEMPORARY CLUB 



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Seated, left to right: 
Jerry Mulnick, Tony 
Remsen, Bud Char- 
lick. Second Row: Ga- 
briel Bruck, David 
Lustig, Chan Ho Lee. 




FOTO CLUB 



Seated, Left to right: Ed Plotka, Bill Burns, Hernando Botero. 
Second Row: Stew Meagher, John Ulshaier, Charles Wira, 
Jerry Mulnick, Howard Gray, Ron Schneider. 



VARSITY 
CLUB 




Seated, left to right: Ed Stickell, treasurer; Dave Linde, secretary; 
Bob Berke, president; Emory Markovlc, vice president; Rudy Mesnak. 
Second Row: Pat Mihlfried, John Holm, Al Silverman, Phil Staudt, 
Bill Keyser, Bob Burns, Joe Exley. Third Row: Bill George, Dave 
Wise, Dave Bjornson, Jack Briggs, John Merrill, Al Edling. 




GLEANER 
STAFF 



Seated, left to right: Ken Lipton; Anthony Fritchey, co-editor; Phil Dodge; 
Ken Bergman; Lorenzo Fonseca, co-editor; Stan FuUerton. Second Row: Jack 
Snope, Ron Bauman, Bill Burns, George Halpern, John Mertz, Stew Meagher, 
Ray Hendricks, John Holcombe, Jerry Mulnick. 




FURROW 
STAFF 




Co-editors : Anthony 
Fritchey, Lorenzo Fon- 
seca. 



Seated, left to right: Stan FuUerton; Kim Johnson, co-editor; Bill Mayer, co- 
editor; Ken Bergman; Jack Snope. Second Row: Lorenzo Fonseca, Ken Lipton, 
John Holcombe, Ron Bauman, George Halpern, John Mertz, Ray Hendricks, 
Phil Dodge, Jerry Mulnick, Anthony Fritchey. 



STUDENT 
PUBLICATIONS 



Glee eiub 




Seated, Left to Right: J. Potashnick, R. Blatt, R. Stevens, J. Criswell, W. 
Burns. Second Row; S. Santangelo, A. Steiret, D. Claycomb, J. Weeks, A. 
Radi, J. Moors, D. Whitfield, A. Schneider, R. MuUer, P. Boutin, Mr. 
Harold Ross. Third Row: R. Swackhamer, J. Holcombe, W. Kubat, G. Hal- 
pern, C. Wira, D. Bowen, C. Fitzgerald, D. Cafaro, P. Dodge, G. Caldero, 
H. Agnew. 



^and 



Mr. Merald Sockwell conducts prac- 
tice 





Kneeling, left to right: J. Diamond, R. Norton, J. Plog, J. Berkheiser. Seated: 

D. Whitfield, J. Criswell, J. Potashnick, R. Blatt, R. Emery. Standing: D. Gregg, 

E. Schneider, J. Adams, D. Cafaro, T. Feisthamel, S. Nadler, G. Charlick, C. 
Wira, J. Hamilton, R. Strimel, Mr. Merald Sockwell, instructor 




Preparations for the 
show . . . 




Miss Eleanor Walton 











Seated, left to right: Ed Stickell, Bob Stevens, Joe Exley. Standing: 
Emory Markovic, Phil Staudt, Bob Burns, Joe Kapusnak, Clark Baker, 
Bruce Buechner, Al Jablonski, Hernando Botero. 



Student Council 




Officers: Joe Exley, 
treasurer; Ed Stick- 
ell, vice president; 
Bob Stevens, president 



CORNUCOPIA 
STAFF 




■ i' Seated, left to right: Carl Hettinger, Joe Shirm, Sam Lamnin. 

Standing: Ben Snavely, Saul Nadler, Ray Hendricks, Ken Bergman. 





Cornucopia 



Joseph Shinn, editor; Carl Het- 
tinger, art. 




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CONSTRUCTION 

OF THE 

GYMNASIUM 








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The Class of '59 had ~ 

1. The most successful off-campus dances 

2. Unchallenged champion intramural teams in all sports for three years 

3. Academic records of no other precedent ' 

4. More men with hopes of attending graduate school than prior graduating classes 

5. More marriages in a span of four years than any other class 

The Class of '59 witnessed — 

1. The beginning of accreditation procedures 

2. The promise of new dormitories 

3. The presentation of two new courses* chemistry and biology, and the encoruagement of 
co-education 

4. A new gymnasium and a new watertower 

5. A great e3q)ansion of our plant and animal departments 






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STUDENT DIRECTORY 



Class of 1959 
Baker, Clark -Delsea Drive. Hurffville. N.J. 
Bennett, Albert- 143 N. Broad Street, Woodbury, N.J. 
Bergman, Kenneth- 138-20 230 St., Laurelton 13, N.Y. 
Berke, Robert- 1865 E. 31st Street, Brooklyn 34, N.Y. 
Bertz, John -524 St. Joseph Street, Lancaster, Pa. 
Bjomson, David- 402 Evans Avenue, Willow Grove, Pa. 
Bolding, LeRoy-Doylestown, Pa. 

Bowman, Richard- 720 Harper Avenue, Drexel Hill, Pa. 
Brennan, Thomas- 52 Davision Avenue, Summit, N.J. 
Briggs, John -Old Easton Road, Plumsteadville, Pa. 
Buckman, Warren- Eagle Road, Newtown R.D. #2, Pa. 
Bums, Robert- 7 West Court Street, Doylestown, Pa. 
Cabrales, Anthony- 3805 Rexmere Road, Baltimore, N4d. 
Collingwood, David- 234 Rockglen Rd., Phila. 31, Pa. 
Cooper, Lawrence - 2468 E. 23 Street, Brooklyn 35, N.Y. 
Cranmer, Richard- Sunset Farm, Township Line Rd., Willow 

Grove, Pa. 
Criswell, John- 15 Arthur Street, South River, N.J. 
Emery, Robert- 214 Lawrence Avenue, North Plainfield, N.J. 
Faline, Joseph- 104 William Place, Totowa Borough 2, N.J. 
Furth, Leon -459 East 22 Street, Brooklyn 26, N.Y. 
Garrett, Leslie- R.D. #1, Irwin, Pa. 

Glass, James Bart- 230 Harrison Avenue, Glenside, Pa. 
Gordon, Donald- Valley View Trailer Park, Danboro, Pa. 
Gootman, David- 579 11th Avenue, Paterson, N.J. 
Greer, William- 154 W. State Street, Doylestown, Pa. 
Grim, Robert- Route #li, N. Hanover Street, Pottstown, Pa. 
Hendrick, Raymond- 444-84th Street, Brooklyn 8, N.Y. 
Hettinger, Carl F.-Church Road, R,F.D., Merchantville 9, 

N.J. 
Jackson, James- Clarksboro-Paulsboro Rd., Clarksboro, 

N.J. 
Kruk, Thomas Harry- Box 25, Furlong, Pa. 
Lamnin, Samuel -West Walnut Road, Vineland, N.J. 
Lee, Chan Ho- 1314 Allegheny Avenue, Phila. 32, Pa. 
Major, Douglas- Royersford R,D. #1, Pa. 
Maldonado, Mariano- 8a Avenida #15-00, Zona 1, Guatemala 

City, Guatemala 
Manrique, Adolfo- Avenida Las Americas, Rubio, Tachira, 

Venezuela 
Martinelli, Lawrence- R.D. #1, Vanderbilt, Pa. 
Mazzocchi, Anthony- 165 E. Hobart Gap, Livingston, N.J. 
Merrill, John- Jonestown Road, Oxford, N.J. 
Nadler, Saul- 1433 Hiawatha Avenue, Hillside 5, N.J. 
Nicas, Peter- Colonial Trailer Park, Doylestown, Pa. 
O Donnell, Martin- 107 Kendall Blvd., Oaklyn 6, N.J. 
Osborne, Harris- 16 West State Street, Doylestown, Pa. 
Parkhurst, William- 301 White Horse Pike, Hammonton, N.J. 
Phillips, Charles- Colonial Trailer Park, Doylestown, Pa. 
Plog, John- 333 Piaget Avenue, Clifton, N.J. 
Porter, Richard- Colonial Trailer Park, Doylestown, Pa. 
Potashnick, Jon- 21 Newman Street, Hackensack, N.J. 
Rieth, Theodore- Valley Road, Millington, N.J. 
Rohr, Paul- 16-22 Well Drive, Fairlawn, N.J. 
Rush, Robert- Lows Hollow Road, Stewartsville, N.J. 
Schultz, Hohn-311 Shaw Road, Ridley Park, Pa. 
Shinn, Joseph- R.D. #1, Honeybrook, Pa. 
Shirvani, Manouchehr- Point Pleasant Pike, Gardenville, Pa. 
Signor, Kenneth- 336 East Allegany Avenue, Emporium, Pa. 
Smith, Robert- 129 W. Morton St., Old Forge, Pa. 
Snavely, Benjamin- R.D. #1, Lititz, Pa. 
Steely, David- Lykens R.D. #1, Gratz, Dauphin County, Pa. 
Steidinger, Raymond- 450 E. North St., Bethlehem, Pa. 
Stevens, Robert- 1518 Shaw Terrace, Chester, Pa. 
Sturm, William C.- Lower Mountain Road, Buckingham, Pa. 



Testa, Joseph- 202 Third St., Hammonton, N.J. 
Thompson, Willis- High Street, MuUica Hill, N.J. 
Walczak, Bernard- 122 E. Elm St., Conshohocken, Pa. 
Watson, Andrew Jay- R.D. #3, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Wildstein, Stephen H.-2010 Powell Avenue, New York 72, N.Y. 
Wildins, Richard- 116 Fairview Avenue, Great Neck, N.Y. 
Wilson, Samuel- Marlboro Village, Kennett Sq., R.D. #1, Pa. 
Wittenberg, Bernard- 1700 Georges Lane, Phila. 31, Pa. 



Class of 1960 

Ainsworth, David- 211 First Avenue, Haddon Heights, N.J. 

Bauman, Ronald- 1251 East Phila. Avenue, Gilbertsville, Pa. 

Bittman, Joseph- 85 Glendale Street, Nutley 10, N.J. 

Blatt, Carl Roger- 276 Hillside Avenue, Chatham, N.Y. 

Bogaisky, David- 7901 Bay Parkway, Brooklyn 14, N.Y. 

Bruck, Gabriel- 157-23 17th Road, Whitestone 57, N.Y. 

Charlick, Gary Bud-Terwood Road, R.D. #2, Huntingdon 
Valley, Pa. 

Detrick, Harold- 168 Easton Road, Horsham, Pa. 

Edling, Albert- 212 Wendover Street, Phila. 28, Pa. 

Everett, Robert- 21 Young Street, Somerville, N.J. 

Exley, Joseph- 718 West Fourth Street, Lansdale, Pa. 

Fonseca, Lorenzo- Carrera 16 #17-57, Bogota, Colombia, 
S.A. 

Foyle, James- 456 Wigard Ave., Phila. 28, Pa. 

Fritchey, Anthony- 1825 Main Street, Northampton, Pa. 

George, William- 536 Buttonwood St., Delanco, N.J. 

Gordon, Robert- 157 Luddington Avenue, Clifton, N.J. 

Gregg, Donald- Yorklyn Road, Yorklyn, Deleware 

Halpern, George- 3352 Hudson Blvd., Jersey Ciry7,N.J. 

Herr, Thomas - Leopard Lake Estates, Newtown Road, Dev- 
on, Pa. 

Hilsen, Leonard- 4 Corsay Road, Nutley 10, N.J. 

Holcombe, John- 1054 Huntingdon Pike, Huntingdon Valley, 
Pa. 

Kantner, David-R.D. #1, Reading 46, Pa. 

Kerby, Robert- 7095 Indian Head Highway, OxonHill 22, Md. 

Koes, Thomas- 617 Hoover Street, Duryea, Pa. 

Liggett, Ronald- 119 Cathedral Avenue, Florham Park, N.J. 

Linde, David- R.D. #3, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Luma, James- 32 Front St., Quakertown, Pa. 

Makowski, Auguston- 2041 E. Susquehanna Avenue, Phila. 
25, Pa. 

Markovic, Emory- 138 Fourth Avenue, Mount Ephraim, N.J. 

McConnell, Franklin- Elmwood Road, Marlton, N.J. 

Menkens, Everett- 1686 Porter Road, Union, N.J. 

Norton, Richard- Hensfoot Road, R.D. #1, Phillipsburg, N.J. 

Plotka, Edward- 1016 Brinckerhoff Avenue, Utica, N.Y. 

Radican, Frank- 59 East Palisade Blvd., Borough of Pal- 
isade Park, N.J. 

Remsen, Charles- Millbrook Road, New Vernon, N.J. 

Rumberger, Barrv- 1947 Eaton Avenue, Bethlehem, Pa. 

ShuU, William- Wright s Road, R.D. #2, Newtown, Pa. 

Siatkowski, Joseph- 7045 Rutland Street, Phila. 49, Pa. 

Silverman, Alvin-117 Garfield Avenue, Cherry Valley, 
Merchantville, N.J. 

Snope, Andrew- 415 Sicomac Ave., Wyckoff, N.J. 

Staudt, Philip- 127 South, Walnut Street, Wernersville, Pa. 

Stickel, Edward- 211 Edgewood Ave., Delanco, N.J. 

Stoner, Harry- 1814 High Street, Camphill, Pa. 

Tacelosky, Charles- 30 East Mahanov Street, Mahanoy City, 
Pa. 

Trager, Neil- 545 East 14 Street, New York 9, N.Y. 

Vinecour, Edward- 381 Chandler Street, Tewksbury, Mass. 

Wise, David- 14 Decatur Road, Havertown, Pa. 



Class of l-^bl 
Anderson, John- 61 Delaware Avenue, Dumont, N.J. 
Apestegui, Juan Jose- 1562 202nd Street, Bayside, Long 

Island, N.Y. 
Bayha, Carl-Cowpath Road, Haffield, Pa. 
Beck, Louis- R,D. #1, Pine Tree Point, Andover, N.J. 
Borsh, Stephen- Old Rifle Gamp Road, West Paterson, N.J. 
Botero, Hernando- N. A. C., Doylestown, Pa. 
Boutin, Paul- 2185 Amsterdam Avenue, New York 32, N.Y. 
Bums, William- 102 Franklin Street, Northport, N.Y. 
Cannan, Thomas- 78 Park Avenue, Westwood, N.J. 
Compton, Benjamin- Rixeyville, Virginia 
DeRosa, Robert- 12 Cleveland Street, Bergenfield, N.J. 
Diamond, James- Smithfield R,D. #2, Fayette, Pa. 
Dodge, Philip- 651 Witthill Road, Ridgewood, N.J. 
Douglas, Alfred S. -61*^ Cherry St., Trenton, N.J. 
Fitzgerald, Carl- 201 North Walnut Street, Bumham, Pa. 
Fitzpatrick, Joseph- 357 Aubrey Road, Wynnewood, Pa. 
Fuess, Gary- 310 Division Avenue, Hasbrouck Heights, N.J. 
Fullerton, Stanley- 53*^ Forest Street, Kearny, N.J. 
Gall, Joseph- 1195 Elwood Avenue, Andalusia, Pa. 
Gerth, Charles- 7 Hawthorne Terrace, Leonia, N.J. 
Gontek, Joseph- Mechanicsville Road, Phila. 14, Pa. 
Heinle, Edward- 312 E. Cheltenham Avenue, Phila. 20, Pa. 
Holm, John- 2216 Baird Blvd., Camden, N.J. 
Holmberg, Milton- R,D. »1, Box 185, Kane, Pa. 
Hoogmoed, Walter- 320 Northern Parkway, Ridgewood, N.J. 
Hoover, James- 109 Manchester Road, Camp Hill, Pa. 
Hostelley, Richard- 309 Front Street, Danville, Pa. 
Hunt, Wayne- R.D. #1, Lambertville, N.J. 
Jablonski, Albert- 231 Elm Street, South Amboy, N.J. 
Johnson, Kimble- 289 Central Avenue, Edison, N.J. 
Johnston, Harold- 348 Warren Street, Phillipsburg, N.J. 
Kapusnak, Joseph- 413 Power Street, Johnstown, Pa. 
Kratz, Steven- Box 406 Coles Road, Blackwood, N.J. 
Keyser, William- 121 Grandview Road, Ardmore, Pa. 
Klein, Charles- 211 Miln St., Cranford, N.J. 
Kubat, William- 92 Marshall Avenue, Little Ferry, N.J. 
Kuehne, David- 915 Myrtle Avenue, River Edge, N.J. 
Larsen, Jan- 804 Celia Ct., Westwood, N.J. 
Maier, Richard- 10-38th Street, Irvington, N.J. 
Malloy, Francis J. -244 E. Marthart Ave., Havertown, Pa. 
Mayer, William- 5216 Roosevelt Blvd., Phila. 24, Pa. 
McDonough, Walter- Box 264, Washington, N.J. 
Merz, Wesley- 131 Fairview Road, Narbeth, Pa. 
Mesnak, Rudolph- 202 McConaughy Street, Johnstown, Pa. 
Mihlfried, Joseph- 636 Friday Road, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Moors, Joseph- 5421 Westford Road, Phila. 20, Pa. 
Mullen, Edgar- 9 Chandlar Street, Rockledge, Pa. 
Mulnick, Jerry- R.D. #2, Farmingdale, N.J. 
Pfeufer, Carl -88 Fleetwood Road, Dumont, N.J. 
Piotrowicz, Raymond -365 Huff Avenue, Manville, N.J. 
Radle, Charles- 109 N. 21st. Street, Camp Hill, Pa. 
Roberts, William- Colonial Trailer Park, Doylestown, Pa. 
Robinson, Earl- 302 Lake Avenue, Pitman, N.J. 
Rosinsky, Herbert- 2040 East 38th Street, Brooklyn 34, N.Y. 
Rossell, Elwood- Garwood Road, Moorestown, N.J. 
Sachs, Joel- 10 Marlboro Ave., Long Island, N.Y. 
Schlesinger, Samuel- 1014 S. 52nd Street, Phila., Pa. 
Schneider, Aaron- 8714-21 Avenue, Brooklyn 14, N.Y. 
Schultz, Eugene -305 Decker Avenue, Johnstown, Pa. 
Sensenich, Ronald- 105 Skellytown Road, Irwin, Pa. 
Sheidy, Richard- 474 Edison Street, Wemeirsville, Pa. 
Shelly, George- 1 Washington Ave., Apt. 13-7A, Morristown, 

N.J. 



Smith, Peter- Glendale Avenue, Armonk, N.Y. 
Stapleton, Girard-Kirk Lane, R.D. #26, Media, Pa. 
Stuart, Robert-743 Roseland Avenue, Phila. 11, Pa. 
VanVorst, John- 119 Orchard Road, Demarest, N.J. 
Warshaw, Joel- 1320 Hicks Street, Bronx 69, N.Y. 
Weeks, Joseph- Golf Manor, Penns Grove, N.J. 
Whitfield, Danny- 642 Benson Street, Camden, N.J. 
Whitman, Walter- 74 Fenner Avenue, Clifton N.J. 
Woodward, Edgar- 26 North Norwinden Drive, Springfield, 
Pa. 



Class of 1962 
Abrevaya, Albert- 1387 Jesup Avenue, Bronx 52, N.Y. 
Ackerman, Kenneth R.-IO Ruskin Road, Fairlawn, N.J. 
Adams, John- Greene, N.Y. 
Agnew, Howard Clarke- 45 Garden Terrace, Pittsburgh 21, 

Pa. 
Andreassen, David C.-150 Madison Avenue, Westfield, N.J. 
Armbruster, Manfred - 41 West 69th Street, New York 23, 

N. Y. 
Baker, Donald Thatcher- 15 Crest Place, Springfield, N.J. 
Beling, Carl- 120 Park Street, Westfield. N.J. 
Bennett, Clair G.-R.D. #4, Easton, Pa. 
Berkheiser, John J.- Box 7767, Philadelphia 1, Pa. 
Bowen, Donald R. -Lenola Road, Palmyra, N.J. 
Brand, Marvin- 1415 Greeby Street, Allentown, Pa. 
Brown, Kirk W.-609 Cleveland Street, Allentown, Pa. 
Brown, Paul E.- 154-17 58th Rd., Flushing 55, N.Y. 
Brown, Richard Alan- Box 424, Far Hill, N.J. 
Buechner, Bruce- 84 Cedar Ave., Maywood, N.J. 
Bulette, John Lawrence- Box 313, Hilltown, Pa. 
Cafaro, David J. -202 Orient Way, Lyndhurst, N.J. 
Caldaro, Glenn C.-18 Normandy Terrace, West Orange, N.J. 
Chadwfck, Bruce Wood- 17 W. State St., Doylestown, Pa, 
Chapman, Philo-East Garden Road, Vineland, N.J. 
Charles, Donald R.-616 N. 12th St., Allentown, Pa. 
Claycomb, Donald A. -527 S. Richard Street, Bedford, Pa. 
Cole, Ronald- 6 Rustwood Place, Massapeque, N.Y. 
Cooney, Raymond Edward- 1074 Seib Avenue, Elizabeth, N.J. 
Crissman, M. Wayne- R.D. #3, Bradford, Pa. 
DeMauriac, William J. -Horseshoe Farm, R,D. #1, Chester 

Springs, Pa. 
DiGiantomasso, Dominic- 1258 Dill Road, Havertown, Pa. 
Donohue, Dennis E.-4 East Trail, Darien, Conn.' 
DuBois, Robert Clement- 58 Colonial Avenue, Pitman, N.J. 
Duff, Robert E.-405 Inman Terrace, Willow Grove, Pa. 
Fish, John Russell -721 Shackamaxon Drive, Westfield, N.J. 
Furlong, Frederick F. - East Chestnut Avenue, Vineland, N.J. 
Feisthamel, TTiomas J.- 120 Paris Hill Rd., Sauquoit, N.J. 
Frantz, Robert James- 3 Peacock Road, Audubon Park 6, N.J. 
Gabriel, Neil Frank- Route #3, Bethlehem, Pa. 
Gibble, Francis M.-8311 Tulpahocken Abenue, Elkins Park, 

Pa. 
Goldstein, David V.-2285 Utica Avenue, Brooklyn 34, N.Y. 
Gray, Howard D.-120 Earlwood Road, Pittsburgh 35, Pa. 
Gross, Walter Arthur- 323 Douglass Street, Reading, Pa. 
Haegele, Charles L.-607 E. Hermitage Street, Phila., Pa. 
Hamilton, John Willis- 1135 Matine Avenue, Plainfield, N.J. 
Hanser, Albert- 227 President Avenue, Rutledge, Pa. 
Haven, Donald R,-1008 Chesterfield Road, Haddonfield, N.J. 
Hetzell, L. Wayne- R.D. »2, Elmer, XJ. 
Homer, Lawrence Michael -Box 50, Burgettstown, Pa. 
Hunte, Ronald Bruce -104 W. Roselle Avenue, Roselle Park, 

N.J. 



Hunte, Marston Clyde- 104 W. Roselle Avenue. Roselle Park, 

N.J. 
Harris, Herbert Lee-R.D. #2, Perkasie. Pa. 
Iglesias, Jose David- 65 Avenida Sur »4, San Salvador. El 

Salvador, C.A. 
Jacobsen, Lawrence A. -225 Oak Street, Mountainside, N.J. 
Johns, Herbert- 315 Laurel Avenue, Cheltenham, Pa. 
Johnson, John Philip- 9180 Frankford Avenue, Phila. 14, Pa. 
Johnson, Robert Harold- 244 VanHouten Avenue, Wvckoff. 

N.J. 
Jordan, Ernest R.-407 Price Street, West Chester, Pa. 
Kennedy, Edward Ritter- Elliottsburg, R.D. #1, Pa. 
Kern, David Warren- 420 S. Euclid Avenue. Westfield, N.J. 
Kopas, Michael, Jr. -26 Augusta St., Denville, N.J. 
Kuyper, John C.-715 Highview Drive, Wyckoff, N.J. 
Lustig, David Elliot- 1436 East 7th Street, Plainfield, N.J. 
Maholick, Albert A. -37 Railroad Street, Swoyerville, Pa. 
Matro, Gaetano James- 315 E. Pleasant Street, Hammonton, 

N.J. 
Maxwell, Craig- 779 Fair Acres Avenue, Westfield, N.J. 
McFarland, Paul- 6027 Bridget Street, Phila. 44, Pa. 
McGuigan, Norwood M.-131 N. Nfain St., Red Lion, Pa. 
McNally, James C. -1 Sunnyside Drive, Monn'ale, N.J. 
Meagher, M. Stewart- 26 Elmwood Avenue, Narberth, Pa. 
Mertz, John Charles- 35 Brook Street, Springfield, N.J. 
Miller, Charles H.- 10610 Kinsman Road, Cleveland 4, Ohio 
Monostori, Alfred T.-283 Falmouth Avenue, East Paterson, 

N.J. 
Morosky, Joseph Simon- 505 Privet Road. Horsham, Pa. 
MuUer, Robert William- 1 Fairhill Road, Westfield, N.J. 
Murch, John A. -Triangle Farm, HolHston, Mass. 
Olmsted. David A. -61 Ross Avenue, Demarest. N.J. 
O Neill. Ronald J.- 277 Woodfield Road. Westwood, N.J. 
Pearc, Robert Allen- 653 River Road, Teaneck, N.J. 
Peia. Ernest- 690 Fifth Street, Secaucus. N.J. 
Penrose, Frank D. -R.D. #1, Newtown, Pa. 
Peterson, Walter J.- 58 Elm Street, Dumont, N.J. 



Pipari, Frank Joseph- 1716 South 16th Street, Phila. 45, Pa. 
Pitzschler, Robt. B.-12 Wilson Ave., Trumbull, Conn. 
Quinn, Robert William- Guinea Avenue, Warrington, Pa. 
Radi, Arnold - Claire Drive S; Arthur Road, R.D. :f5, Somer- 

vUle, N.J. 
Resnick, Neil Richard- 365 E. Schley Street, Newark, N.J. 
Rette, Frank- 3027 Aramingo Avenue, Phila. 34, Pa. 
Rudolph, Stephen E.-1232 Sydney St., Phila. ' 50, Pa. 
Russo, James- 195 Lexington Avenue, Dumont, N.J. 
Salomon, Ira Jon- 50 Glenwood Avenue, Jersey City, N.J, 
Santangelo, Salvatore - 347 East Main Street, Norristown, 

Pa. 
Schneider, Edward James - R.D. fl, Renfrew, Pa. 
Semorad, Graham Paul - 2 Madison Avenue, New Milford, 

N. J. 
Serwell, William Robert- R,D. 41, Camplaln Road, Somer- 

ville, N.J. 
Snyder, Thomas E. - Jackonville Rd., R,D. =1. Bordentown, 

N.J. 
Steiert, A.A.-Oakwood Lane, Valley Forge, Pa. 
Stein, Edward H,-8211 Aspen Way, Elklns Park 17, Pa. 
Strlmel, Richard Wm.-7 Estel Place, R.D. 52, Bound Brook. 

N.J. 
Swackhamer, Richard- 910 Station Avenue, Haddon Heigjiis, 

N.J. 
Teller, Joseph S.-Lahaska, Pa. 
Tenorio, Diego - Calle 19 Norte, S3-N-17 Call, Colombia, 

S.A. 
Trexler, Dennis Peter- Box 188 Center Valley, Pa. 
L^shoefer, John R.-55 Locust Avenue, Millbum, N.J. 
VanValkenburgh, Joseph- Curls Run Farm, Newtown, Pa. 
Walker, Ronald- 32 Moore Ave.. Dumont. N.J. 
Wilson, William Lincoln- 229 E. Cliveden St., Phila. 19, Pa. 
Wira, Charles R.-Liddle Ave.. Fords, N.J. 
Zapach, Michael - Route #2, Coopersburg, Pa. 
zimmer, Ronald Albert- Lbion Valley Road, West Milford, 

N.J. 



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Carr's Furniture Company. Doylestown. Pa. 

Mr. & Mrs. John Copeland 

Mrs. 1. 1. Goetschius 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Bergman & Family 

Halin's Drug Store. Doylestown. Pa. 

Nedra. Titi & Paul 

The Diamond Agency. Passaic, N. I. 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank LaRosa 

Mr. Charles Abrams 

Casper Bliuner (Class of 1922) 

Plog-Carlson Company. Clifton. N. J. 

Sandy Ridge Poultry Farm, Doylestown. Pa. 

Emile Riokin (Class of 1929) 

Kemper Hendrick & Family 

John Regina & Family 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Earl Manor 

Miss Aima M. Fry 

The Arthur Plog Family 

Mr. & Mrs. George D. Doudt 

Leon L. Berkowitz 

Moimt Vernon Wiping Cloth Corp., N. Y. 

Mr. Arthur C. Smith 

Mr. Thomas J. Smith 

George Trowbridge. Doylestown. Pa. 

Doylestown Iim. Pa. 

Noah's Ark. Doylestown, Pa. 

Boston Shoe Store, Doylestown, Pa. 

Cliff's Dairy Bar, Doylestown, Pa. 

Howard's Jewelry Store, Doylestown, Pa. 

Marty Greens Store. Doylestown, Pa. 

Pearlman's, Doylestown, Pa. 

Howard S. Ellis 

Hann's Garage. Doylestown. Pa. 

Sydney K. Allman. Jr. 



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I. K. Musselman Co., Doylestown, Pa. 

Wayne Feed Supply Co., Inc., A. Brenner 

Mr. & Mrs. Harold F. Rhoads 

Mrs. Frances E. Keeley 

Mr, & Mrs. Edward E. Grim 

Mr. & Mrs. George T. Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. E. Donald Grim 

Mr. & Mrs. I. Lorin Leister 

Barb-Lin Co., Cross Keys, Pa. 

Hustle Iim, Doylestown, Pa. 

Young & Bowman, Doylestown, Pa. 

Mr. & Mrs. John Bertz 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank R. Rubba, Hammonton, N. J. 

Clarence J. Mattioli, Hammonton, N. J. 

Arctic Food Center, Cross Keys, Pa. 

Jack Hendrick & Family 

Louis Matero & Family 

Al Del Re & Family 

George Weston & Family 

Black Angus Steak House, Rt. 309, MontgomeryviUe. Pa. 

Mrs. Mirma Smith, Paterson. N. I. 

Bill's Shell Service, Doylestown, Pa. 

Don Sands Shoe Store, Doylestown, Pa. 

Bea, Mary B., Floss, Marge; Ed's Diner, Doylestown, Pa. 

Super Diner, Hillside, N. J. 

Mrs. M. Potashnick, Hackensack, N. I- 

Mr. & Mrs. N. Goldblatt 

Mr. & Mrs. L. Gootman 

Johnny, Martha & limpiy 

Surmy Beverages, Doylestown. Pa. 

Watson's Insurance Agency, Doylestown, Pa. 

Cross Keys Furniture, Cross Keys, Pa. 

Histands Drive-In Barber Shop, Cross Keys, Pa. 



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Bob DeRosa 


Ron & Barb 


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Paul M. McFarland 


Salvatore L. Sontangelo 


Joel Sachs 


James G'Reily 


Myrna May 


Joe Gall 


Carl Fitzgerald 


Maria Barbara Weinman 


Bob & Dorothy 


Rodger Blatt 


Mr. & Mrs. A. Wildstein 


Kin Johnson 


George Halpern 


Mr. & Mrs. M. Peskin 


Mr. & Mrs. John O'Neill 


Roy Holcombe 


Mr. & Mrs. W. DeLeon 


Frank Pipari 


Stew Meagher 


Mr, & Mrs. P. Katz 


Ira Salomon 


Arthur J. Reese 


Jerry Katz 


Robert Pearce 


John Van Vorst 


Henry Kerby 


John Hamilton 


Frank Rette 


Bill & Ed Kennedy 


Mr. 6 Mrs. J. Cole 


Bob Johnson 


Jim cS Sandy 


Emory & Dolly 


John Adams 


Donald Gregg 


Sally Fenton 


"The Gipper" 


William Serwell 


Arnold & Dick 


Howard D. Gray 


Kirk Brown 


A. A. Steiert 


Phil Dodge 


Frank M. Gibble 


John A. Murch 


Clark & Shirl 


Joseph Teller 


Walter Peterson 


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David T. Ainsworth 


David Jung 


Gail & Dick 


Marilyn & Bill 


James R. Russo 


Penny & Missy 


Dave Kuehne 


Mr. & Mrs. B. Fraser 


Al Edling 


Paul R. Boutin & Family 


Ray & Carol 


Ed 6. Ginny 


Don Grim & Sara Case 


Susan A. Cook 


Jim Foyle 


Robert Everett 


Joe Fitzpatrick 


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HOTEL ROOSEVELT, New York, N. Y. 

THE MAYFLOWER, Washington, D. C, 

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ALL FEED ADDITIVES 

Samuel Golden '22, Pres. 



Morris Satinsky 

Frankford Woolen Mills 

Godfrey & Wister Ave. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Twin Packing Co., Inc. 

Oregon and Vandalia Streets 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

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New Britain, Pa. 


Doylestown 
Self Service Laundry 

191 S Clinton St. 


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BUCK PRODUCTS 

Ready Mixed Concteu Co 

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Doylestown. Pa 


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EXCAVATING — GRADING 

PAVING 

Warminster, Pa. 

Phone: OSborne 5-01 11 


STONY RICK 

VENDING 

Hoiboro, Pa. 

Phone: OSborne 5-5669 


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Route 202— Chalfont.Pa. 

Phone. Van Dyke 2-9363 
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Lancaster, Pa. 



JOHN L. CAPELLI 

FARM SUPPUES 
Hammonton, N. J. 

Phone: LO 1-2410 



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There's friendliness in the 
simple phrase, "Have a 
Coke". It turns strangers 
into friejids, . . . Coca-Cola 
stands for the pause that 
refreshes — has become the 
high-sign of people of good 
will. 

BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE 
COCA-COLA COMPANY BY 

THE PHILADELPHIA COCA-COLA 

BOTTLING COMPANY 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 




THE 



BEST 



AT 



ITS 



BEST 



ED'S DINER 

Franklin and State Streets 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 



I. KALLISH & SONS 

POTATOES 

AND 

ONIONS 

120 DOCK STREET 

Philadelphia 6, Pa. 



AFTER SIX BY RUDOFKER 

S. RUDOFKER'S SONS, INC. 

22nd & MARKET STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 
PENNA. 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

MERZ BROWN CO. 

2020 CHESTNUT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



LAUCHMEN 
PRINTING COMPANY 

LETTERPRESS and OFFSET 

. . . The Most Modern Plant 

in the North Penn Valley . . . 

Wood and Courtland Streets 

LANSDALE, PA. 



WAlnut 5-8863 
5-8558 

ECONOMY 

Restaurant and Bar Supply 
Co. Inc. 

Manufacturers and Distributors of 

FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT 

for 

RESTAURANTS 

HOTELS 

INSTITUTIONS 

213-15-17 Arch Street 

Philadelphia 6, Pa. 
Harold Dumoff 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

BEA SOBO 



S. and S. 
CORRUGATED PAPER 

MACHINERY CO., INC. 

160 North 4tii Street 
Brooklyn, New York 







W. J. Nyce's 






Family Shoe Store 






The Home of Nice Footwear 




NYCE'S 


West and State Streets 




SUPPLY YARDS 


Doylestown, Pa. 




FEED, GRAIN, SEEDS, 


' Fillmore 8-357G 




FUEL OIL, COAL, AND 
POULTRY SUPPLIES 














DOYLESTOWN, PA. 
and 


Nyce Planning Mill Co. 

Everything To Build Anything 




NEW BRITAIN, PA. 


N. Franklin Street 
Doylestown. Pa. 
Fillmore 8-3576 / 


124 







Fuel Oil 



Motor Oil 



Gwinner's 
Atlantic Service 

West Street 
Doylestown. Pa 



Fillmore 8-2B68 



Compliments oJ 

Nogradi Bros. 

Body and Fender Work 
Doylestown, Pa. 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

SYLVAN POOLS, INC. 

DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

""erman Silverman '30 



Kershner's Pharmacy 

Joseph H. Kershner, Ph.G. 
Fellow of the American College 
of Apothecaries 
Fillmore 8-4666 



Compliments of 



Class of 1961 



Compliments of 

Doylestown 
Trust Company 



Compliments of 

The 
N.A.C. Band 



RESIDENTIAL 



EDWARD M. HAPP 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 
Ashland & Washington Sts. — Doylestown, Pa. 



Phone: Fillmore 8-5111 - 8-5561 



STRAN STEEL 
DEALER 



INDUSTRIAL & 
COMMERCIAL 



VINELAND 
CHEMICAL CO 

WEST WHEAT ROAD 

VINELAND, N. J. 



Foster's Toy & Cycle Shop 

139 S. Main Street 

Doylestown, Pa. 
Fillmore 8-4348 



FOSTER'S 
GOODYEAR STORE 

TIRES - RECAPPING 

Now at: 
70 GREEN STREET 

Doylestown, Pa. 



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FRANK JONES 

NORRISTOWN, PA. 

•CUSTOM MADE SPORTSWEAR" 
Visit the Student Store and See 

Gus Makowski 

For Your Jackets and Windbreakers 



COMPLIMFNTS 
OF 

THE 

CLASS 

OF 

1913 



THE 
N.A.C. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

FRANK LA ROSA, President 
AND 

N.F.S. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

PHnJP SPEVAK, President 



join in extending the fraternal hand of fellowship to the 
Class of '59 and welcome participation in their activities 



THE HORN NURSERY 



DOYLESTOWN, PA. 

PROPAGATOR, GROWER, and 

IMPORTER of 

SPECIMEN & RARE SHRUBS, 

AZALEAS. RHODODENDRON 

and EVERGREEN 

Complete Landscaping Service 
Phone: H 8 4879 





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SENIOR PORTRAITS 



CLICK STUDIOS 

Specialists in 
SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHY 



203 SOUTH 52nd STREET 

Philadelphia 39, Pa 
GRanite 6-1187 



THE CLASS OF 
1959 

Most Humbly Thanks 

the 

FACULTY and ADMINISTRATION 

for their guiding judgment 

willingness to cooperate 

throughout our four full 

years of college life.