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EDITORS 

Peter F. Gerity 
Robert M. Sauer 

BUSINESS MGR. 

Thomas R. Hawk 

ADVISOR 

Harold E. Snvder 



We Dedicate . . . 




this yearbook to Ned A. Linta. 

Our association with you in these last four years 
has taught us a manifold lesson. This lesson is not 
academic in nature. 

It is, however, both practical and philosophical. 
Yours is a lesson by which we discover a spirit of 
life and selfless dedication to an ideal and to those 
associated with that ideal. 

For many of us these four years will terminate our 
formal education. 

However, the lesson which you have given us shall 
continue to be that assuring force by which we 
will attain the goals toward which we strive. 



NED A. LINTA 

Director of Athletics 



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DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURE 

DOYLESTOWN. PENNSYLVANIA 



JAMES WORK 

PRESIDENT 



To the Members of the Class of 1965 



During your years at the College, you have seen many im- 
provements in our facilities, a great expansion in our physical 
plant, and a broadening and strengthening of our academic pro- 
gram. You have been with us during our most critical period — 
the period of our evaluation by the Middle States Association of 
Colleges and Secondary Schools. You have shared with us our 
great joy on the occasion of our accreditation by this authority. 
You have in fact been a part of what will go down on the records 
as the greatest growth period in the history of the College, both 
academically and physically. 

I am sure that this wonderful experience has imbued within 
you an intense feeling of accomplishment, and will inspire you 
to continue to support your Alma Mater and to dedicate your- 
selves to the numberless things which you may do for the benefit 
of those who follow you. 

I can say without any hesitation or equivocation that the future 
of the College rests with its graduates. 

May you go through life in peace, in happiness and in dignity. 

Sincerely, 




Morris H. Goldman 
Chairman 




Board 



Mr. William M. Adler 
Mr. Sydney K. Allman. Jr. 
Mr. Gustave C. Ballenberg 
Mr. Herbert Harness 
Mr. Leon L. Rerkowitz 
Mr. Frank G. Binswanger 
Dr. Boris Blai 
Miss Pearl S. Buck 
Mr. David Burpee 
Mr. W. Atlee Burpee, III 
Mr. Samuel Cooke 
Mr. Benjamin Goldberg 
Mr. Samuel M. Golden 
Mr. Morris H. Goldman 
Dr. Lester M. Goldsmith 
Mr. George G. Gray- 
Mr. Albert M. Greenfield 
Mrs. Julian A. Hillman 



of Directors 



Mr. Julius Klriri 

Mr. Charles Kline 

Dr. Bertram \\ . (Corn 

Mr. Joseph L. Krauskopf 

Mi. Manfred I!. Krauskopf 

Mr. Al Paul Lefton 

Mr. David Levin 

Mi. Merw in Lewis 

Mr. Samuel P. Mandril 

Mr. Sydney J. Markovitz 

Mr. William II. Merz 

Mr. Abe Miller 

Dr. Selig J. Miller 

Dr. John P. Milligan 

Dr. Ira J. Mills 

Mr. William A. Reiter 

Mr. Lee J. Robinson 

Mr. Leon Rosenbaum 



Mr. Fred L. Rosenbloom 
Mr. Edward Rosewater 
Mr. Walter M. Rosskam 
Dr. Bernard B. Rotko 
Mr. \l.atln-w B. Rudofker 
Mr. Mnnis W. Satinsky 
Mr. Philip S. Seltzer 
Hon. Harry Shapiro 
Mr. Louis Silverstein 
Mr. Isaac Stern 
Sen. Israel Stiefcl 
Mr. Maurice L. Strauss 
Mr. FredH. W.i.l.- 
Mr. Matthew B. Weinstein 
Mr. Morris Wolf, Esq. 
Dr. James Work 
Dr. Sydnej L. Wright 
Mr. William H. Yerkes, Jr. 





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JOSEPH E. FULCOLY, B.S 
Assistant Dean of Students 



OSKAR H. LARSSON, B.S., M.Ed. 
Registrar and Ass't Director of 
Admissions 



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JEAN H. SMITH 

Administrative Assistant 



GEORGE W. ROBINSON 
Ass't Treasurer and Comptroller 



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Mrs. F. Lutz 
Mrs. K. Geraci 
Mrs. A. Bricklemyer 



Miss M. Burleigh 
Mrs. H. Christ 
Mrs. A. Raught 



Mrs. M. Moore 
Mrs. E. Albers 
Mrs. E. Rogers 




Mr. G. Angeny, Mrs. E. Brucker. Mrs. M. Melcher. Mr. C. Thomas 




Mrs. S. Harkins, Mrs. B. Lindsey. Mrs. A. Ward. Mrs. B. Verabel 



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MRS. J. KEUNECKE 

Supervisor of Housing 



MRS. E. POTTS 
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One shall sing no mass. 

One shall sing no mourning prayer 

Nothing shall be asked; 

Nothing shall be done, 

On the day of my death. 



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Mr. Lionel M. Adelson 

Associate Professor of 
Biology 




Dr. William F. Anderson 
Professor of Poultry 

Pathology 





Mr. John C. Barnes 
Assistant Professor of 
Food Industrv 



Mr. Clinton R. Blackmon 
Associate Professor of 
Plant Science 




Mr. Fredric S. Blau 
Professor of Landscape Design 




Dr. David Blumenfield 
Assistant Professor of 
Horticulture 




Dr. Paul R. Bowen 

Professor of Biology 





Dr. Arthur Brown 
Associate Professoi 'if 
Dairy Husbandry 




Mrs. Helen C. Buckman 

Director of Glee Club 



Mrs. Claire S. Brown 
Special Instructor in Music 



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Mr. Ronald C. Deering 
Assistant Professor 
of Biology 



Mr. H. W. Craver 

Assistant Professor of 
Physical Education 



Mr. Charles C. Conover 

Senior Bacteriology, 
Instructor in Poultry 
Pathology 





Dr. Jesse Elson 

Professor of 
Chemistry 



Mr. James E. Diamond 
Assistant Instructor in Agriculture 




Dr. Joshua Feldstein 
Associate Professor of 
Horticulture 




Mr. Reginald D. Forbes 

Associate Professor of 
English 





Mr. Byron W. Fraser 

Assistant Professor of 
Food Industry 



Dr. Ellery W. French 

Assistant Professor of 
Biology 




Mr. Joseph E. Fulcoly Jr. 




Mr. Boyd W. Ghering 
Assistant Professor of 
Agronomy 




Mrs. Johanna Keunecke 
Supervisor of Housing 




Dr. Peter Click Jr. 

Professor of Political 
Science 





Mr. Frank Grau 

Instructor in 
Floriculture 




Mr. Allan C. Hartley 
Assistant Professor of 
Mathematics and Physics 



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Dr. Silas D. Lewis 
Associate Professor of Biology 




Dr. Robert S. Orr 
Assistant Professor of 
Chemistr) 






Mi. James II. Popham 
Assistant Professor 
of Mathematics 



Dr. Tibor Pelle 

Professor of Animal 
Husbandry 



Dr. Julian Prundeanu 
Associate Professor of 
Agronomy 





Airs. Edith M. Prundeanu 
Special Instructor 
in German 



Mr. Chester W. Raught 
Instructor in Dairy Husbandry 



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Mr. Charles W. Roberts 
Instructor in Enalish 



Mr. Abraham Rellis 
Instructor in 
Floriculture 





Mr. Harold E. Snyder 

Associate Professor 

of Business Administration 




Mr. John W. Taylor 
Associate Professor 
of Physics 




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Mr. Clarence B. Steinberg 
Assistant Professor of English 



Mr. Gilbert S. Trelawny 
Assistant Professor of 
Microbiology 



Mr. J. Dale Yoder 
Instructor in General 
Studies 




Mr. Richard S. Warga 





Mr. Fred T. Wolford 
Instructor in 
Agricultural Mechanics 




Mr. Douglas L. York 
Special Instructor in English 



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DONALD RAYMOND ABB 

'•Don" 
Brooklyn. New York 
Biology 
Science Society 1. 2. 3. 4; Animal Husbandry Club 1; 
Contemporary Club 3. 1: A-Day Representative 3: Glee 
Club 2. 3: Intramurals: Volleyball 1. 2. 3. I. ''Don't panic" 
... A weight lifter. 



"A sound mind in a sound body." 



-Locke 



FREDERIC GEOFFREY ALBERT 
"Fred" 
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 

Ornamental Horticulture 
Ornamental Horticultural Societv 1. 2. 3. 4; Band 1; In- 
tramurals: Softball 2: Sports:' Golf 1: CORNUCOPIA. 
"Nice! . . . "Hi!" ... An art exhibitor. "O-Gay" 

"There is nothing more certain than that every man 
would he a uit if he could." 

— Addison 



JOHN ERNEST ALBRECHT 

"Dwarf" 
Cheltenham. Pennsylvania 
Animal Husbandry 
Animal Husbandry Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Program Chairman 3, 
President 4: A-Day Committee 4; Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4, 
Vice President 3: Delta Tau Alpha 3. 4: A-Day Champion 
Sheep Showman 3: Intramurals: Football 2. 3. 4. Bowling 

2. 3. 4, Softball 3. 4: Sports: Wrestling 1. Track 1. Bowling 

3. "But I wanted to study" . . . Farm House Co-chairman 
. . . Breakfast Club. 

"But uhere is the boy who looks after the sheep? 
He's under the haystack fast asleep." 

— Anonymous 

ADOLFO LUIS AMORIN 
"Latin Lover" 
Cajamarca. Peru 
Dairy Husbandry 
Dairv Societv 1. 2. 3. 4: Gleaner 4: Farm Show 4: Intra- 
murals: Volleyball 2. 4. Track 1. 4. Basketball 2, 4. Sports: 
Tennis 3. Track 1. "Lima Bean" . . . "See That Chick" 
. . . "Momma Mia" . . . Latin Bandit. 



"He who loves not his country can 



love nothing" 
— Johnson 



ALLEN STANLEY ANDREWS 
"Buck" 

Long Valley. New Jersey 
Dairy Husbandry 
Dairy Society 1. 2, 3. 4. President 4: Inter-Club Council 4; 
Delta Tau Alpha: Dairy Judging Team 3; A-Day Com- 
mittee 4: Sports: Wrestling 1. 2. 4; Farm Show 4. "Co- 
Chairman of Farm House" . . . Breakfast Club . . . "Hey, 
let's go for a couple." 

"His Brow is act with honest sweat." 

— Longfellow 

RICHARD HENRY BAUGHN HI 
"Dick" 

Media. Pennsylvania 
Horticulture 
Horticultural Society 1. 2. 3 : 4: Varsity Club 1. 2. 3, 4; 
Intramurals: Softball 1. 2. 3. 4. Student Director 4; Sports: 
Football 1. 2. 3. 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4, Track 1, 2. "Boots" 
. . . "Proprietor of the Gym" . . . "Big Deep" 

"Popularity? It is glofy 's Small Change." 

—Hugo 

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JOSEPH JAMES REIT/ 
"Bromo" 
Edison, Pennsylvania 
Ornamental Horticulture 
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1, 2. 3, I; Delta Tan 
Alpha. President I: Flower Judging Team 2, 3, I. "Hi- 
Hope to see you in the spring". 

"Though nothing can bring back the hour of splendor 
in the grass, of glory in the flower." 

\\ ordsworth 

JEFFER1 PHILIP BERGER 
"Jeff" 

Pittstown. New Jersey 
Dun \ Husband/ \ 
Dairy Societ) 1. ~. 3, I. Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4: Farm 
Show I: Glee Club 1. 2; A-Day Committee 2, 3, 1. Pub- 
licity Chairman 3, Co-chairman 1: Delta Tan Alpha; Dairy 
Judging Team 3; Class Secretary 3, 4; A-Day Champion 
Dairy Showman 2, 3; "Oo\v-0ow-0ow-0ow" 

"Seriousness shows itself more majestic when laughter 
leads the way." 

— Heine 





KARL ROLAND BERGNER 
"Reds" 

Springfield, Pennsylvania 
Agronomy 
Agronomy Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Soil Conservation Society 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1; Intramurals: Football 1. 2. 3. 4, Volleyball 
1, 2. 3, 4, Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports: 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2. 3, 4, President 4; Delta Tau 
Alpha. "Sure, can't quite figure it out!" 

"Without music life would be a mistake." 

— Nietzsche 

EDGAR GEORGE BROWN III 

"E-George" 

Glenside, Pennsylvania 

Biology 

Science Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 

4: Intramurals: Volleyball 1. "Such is life in the large city 

of Doylesburg" 

"Nature and books belong to the eyes that see them." 

— Emerson 





DANIEL JAMES CANTLIFFE 

"Danny" 
River Edge, New Jersey 
Horticulture 
Horticultural Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Agron- 
omy Club 1; Soil Conservation Society 3. 4: Class Treas- 
urer 2, 3, 4; Delta Tau Alpha, Vice-President; A-Day 
Champion Horticulture 2, 3; "It's go-home Day" 

"Business? It's quite simple. It's other people's money." 

— Dumas 

RICHARD ANGELO CHICKILLO 

"Chick" 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Horticultural Society 1, 2, 3, 4. Vice-President 3, President 
4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; A-Day Committee 4. 
Champion 2. 3; Intramurals: Bowling 1. 2. 3, 4, Softball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Sports: Football 1, 2. 3. 4. 

"Old age comes on suddenly . . ." 

— Rahal 

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MICHAEL R. CHUDKOWSKI 

"Ski" 

Sayreville. lVew Jersey 

Biology 

Science Societ) 2. 3. 1. Intramural Representative 1: In- 

tramurals: Football 2. 3. I. Basketball 2. 3, 1. Volleyball 

2. 3. 1. Softball 2. 3. I: Sports: Golf .'!. 1. "Are noli sure?" 

"Thoughts that often lie too deep for tears" 

— Wordsworth 

GLENN EUGENE COMPTON 
"Couip" 
Saltsburg. Pennsx lvania 
Horticulture 
Horticultural Society 2. 3. I: Animal Husbandrj Club 1: 
Intramurals: Bowling .'i. I: CORNUCOPIA. "Sack out 
time 

"Life is the best thing ice can make out of it. ' 

— Curtis 



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LOUIS F. COPPENS 
"Lou" 
New Hope. New Jersey 
Horticulture 

Horticultural Society 1: Varsitv Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Sports: 
Cross Country 1. 2. 3. 4. Track 1. 2. 3. 4: "What?" 

"// / should lose, let me stand by the side of the road 
and cheer as the winners go by. ' 

— Braley 

WILLIAM SUTER CROUSHORE 

"Crusher" 
Buffsdale, Pennsylvania 
Animal Husbandry 
Animal Husbandry Club 1. 2, 3, 4, A-Day Representative 
3, Vice-President 4; A-Day Committee 3, Animal Husbandry 
Judoin- Team 1. Farm Show 2. 3, 4; Intramurals: Bowl- 
ing W Football 4: Sports: Wrestling 1. "I have to lose 
some weight. 

"//e who has reason and good sense^ at his command 
needs lew of the arts of the orator." 

— Goethe 



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RAYMOND JOSEPH CSEPI 
"Ray" 

North Brunswick, New Jersey 
Animal Husbandry 
Animal Husbandry Club 1; Science Society 4; Circle K 
Club 4; Contemporary Club 4; Photography Club 4; Gleaner 
4; Intramurals: Volleyball 2; Sports: Football 1, 2, Track 
1, 2. "I can't go, I have to study" "Why is that"? 

"Theirs not to reason why, theirs but to do or die." 

— Tennyson 

WILLIAM THOMAS CURREY 
"Top Cat" 
Chester. Pennsylvania 
Agronomy 
Agronomy Club 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3; Soil Con- 
servation Society 3, 4, President 3, 4; Delta Tau Alpha; 
A-Day Committee 3, 4; "Agros Nomos" 

"It's not the earth the meek inherit, it's the dirt." 

— Lerner 




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R0NA1 I) HOWELL DALRYMP1 I 
"Dal" 
Plainfield, New Jersej 
Animal Husband \ 
Husbandrj Club I. 2, 3, I: Delta rau Upha; Farm 
. Animal Husbandry Judging Tram I: (OHM - 
COP! \. Intramurals: Basketball I. Volleyball I. 1; Sports: 
Track I: "Hideaway" . . . Breakfast Club . . . "I mph" 
. . . "Let's go in the I Hnei . Pete." 

"One Life; A little gleam of time between two eter- 
nities." 

— Carlyle 

DONALD VLLISON DAY 

"Don" 
( pper Darby, Pennsj Ivania 
Inimal Husbandrj 
Animal Husbandry Qub 1. 2. .'!. 1. Intramural Representa- 
tive 3, 4; Student Government Representative I, ■'>. I. Stu- 
dent Court Judge 4; Farm Show 1: Intramurals: Ba 
ball 2. 3, I, Football 1. 2, 3, 1. Softball 1. 2, 3, 1: Sports: 
Wrestling 1. 2. 3, I. Captain 1. 2. 3, 1. Baseball 2. 3, 1. 
Captain 1. "This is true" . . . "That's Close." 

"A brave man may jail hut cannot yield." 

\ristotle 



WILLIAM J. DERBY 

"Bill" 

King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 
Chemistry 
Science Society 4: Intramurals: Football 1: Sports: Foot- 
hall 1. 

"Though this be madness, yet there is method in '/.'" 

— Shakespeare 

ANDREW ROBERT DUDAS 
"Dudi" 

Fairview, Pennsylvania 

Horticulture 

Horticultural Society 1. 2, 3, 4: Contemporary Club 2. 3- 

Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Bowling 1, 2, Softba 

2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Sports: Baseball 1. "Sure." 

"He bids the ruddy cup go round, till sense and sor 
row both are drowned." 

—Scott 



JOHN STERRETT DUNN JR. 
"Jay" 

Audubon, New Jersey 
Agronomy 
Agronomy Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 3, 4; Soil 
Conservation Society 3, 4; A-Day Committee 3, 4: Delta 
Tau Alpha; Prom Committee Chairman; Intramurals: Foot- 
ball 1, 2. 3. Softball 1. 2. 3, 4, Volleyball 1. 2. 3, 4. "Let's 
Go." 

"Nothing great ivas ever achieved without enthusiasm." 

— Emerson 

PETER FRANCIS GERITY 
"Jerky" 
New Providence, New Jersey 
Animal Husbandry 
Animal Husbandry Club 2. 3, 4; Dairy Society 1; Delta 
Tau Alpha: Senior Class President; Student Court Prose- 
cutor: Student Government 4: CO-EDITOR CORNUCOPIA. 
"You're kidding; right?" 

"By the work one knows the workmen." 

— La Fontaine 





RICHARD ALAN GLASER 
"Glase" 
New York City, New York 
Ornamental Horticulture 
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography 
Club 3, 4; Furrow 2, 3; Gleaner 2, 3, 4; Band 1; COR- 
NUCOPIA LAYOUT EDITOR. "Never put off till to- 
morrow what you can put off till the day after". 

"A mighty maze! But not without a plan." 

— Pope 

ERNEST ROBERT GOMMEL 
"Bob" 

New Britain, Pennsylvania 
Chemistry 
Science Society 2, 3, 4; Sports: Cross Country 1. 
ried . . .■ "Yes, I love my mother-in-law." 

"/ light my candles from their torches." 

— Burton 



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DENNIS STEPHEN GURAL 

"Denny" 
Saddle Brook, New Jersey 
Food Industry 
Food Industry Club 1. 2. 3. 1. Intramural Representative 

2, Vice-President 3: Furrow 3: Student Government 1. 2, 

3, 4, Treasurer 1: A-Day Champion Food Industry 2, 
Reserve 3: Intramurals: Football 2, 3. 1. Vollexball 2. 3. 

4, Softball 2, 3. 1: Sports: Football 1. Track 3. "You've 
got to be kidding me" . . . "Huh!!"' . . . Farm House. 



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JAMES PHILIP HARNER 

"Jim" 
Oldwick, New Jersey 
Dairy Husbandry 
Dairy Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3: Varsity Club 
2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Delta Tau Alpha. Secretary: COR- 
NUCOPIA SPORTS EDITOR; Intramurals: Softball 2. 3. 
4; Sports: Football 1. 2, Wrestling 1. 2: "Right!!" . . . 
"Goin' to Washington?" "Farm House." 

"Iron hand in a velvet glove." 



JOHN CHARLES HARRISON 
"John" 
Stockton, New Jersey 
Dairy Husbandry 
Dairy Society 1, 2. 3, 4; Delta Tau Alpha; "J.C.H." "Wait- 
er" Bee Keeper. 

"He that hath knowledge spareth his words." 

—Bible 

JAMES LAWRENCE HARTEIS 
"The Turtle" 
Ebensburg, Pennsylvania 
Dairy Husbandry 
Dairy Society 1. 2, 3, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Glee Club 
1; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; A-Day Dairy Champion 1, Reserve 
2; Dairy Judging Team 3: Delta Tau Alpha; Class Presi- 
dent 1, 2, 3; Student Government 1. 2. 3, 4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 3, President 4: Intramurals: Volleyball 1, 2, Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 4; Sports: Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3. "All in favor say aye" "You know what I 
mean." 

"Honor, truth, and manhood, these are the things that 
stand." 

— Olson 

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THOMAS R. HAWK 
"Bird" 
Andalusia, Pennsylvania 
Ornamental Horticulture 
Ornamental Horticultural Society I. 2. 3, I. \ Day Repre- 
sentative 3, Reserve 2, Grand 2. Reserve Grand 3, \ Day 
Committee 3; Intramurals: Volleyball I. 2. I. Track 2, 

Softball 1,2,3, I. Bowling I; S] s: Wrestling L; Furrow 

Business Manage! 3; Gleaner Publishei I. Gleaner Busi- 
ness Manage) 3; CORNUCOPIA BUSINESS MANAGER; 
"( loldwater in "64" 

"Thou tin-./ not born for death, immortal bird. 

— Keats 

FRANKLIN LEWIS HIST 
"Frank" 

Glenn Mills. Pennsylvania 
Agronom y 
Agronomy Club 1. 2. 3, I: Soil Conservation Society 3, 4, 
\ -Da\ Representative; Intramurals: Softball 2, 3, i. Vol- 
leyball •'!. 1. Football 3, Howling 3, Badminton 2: Agronomy 
('luh Chauffeur; "Just a~k me how much I care." 



"Why so pale and nan, fond lover?" 



-Suckling 



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.1 VMES M. HOAGLAND 

"Hoagy" 
Berkeley Heights. New Jersey 
Dairy Husbandry 
Dairy Society 1, 2. 3. 1; Intramurals: Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Softball 1. 2. 3. 4, Football 2, Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4, Basket- 
ball 1, 2. 3: Student Government 3, 4, Secretary 4; Delta 
Tau Alpha; CORNUCOPIA ACTIVITIES EDITOR; Prom 
Committee; "No, I'm going to Jersey this weekend." "My 
car broke down again . . ." "Hey, Kav, can I use the 
Jeep?" 




-Tennyson 



MERWIN H. HORNER JR. 
"Mer" 

Salem, New Jersey 
Dairy Husbandry 
Dairy Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Representative 4; A- 
Day 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals: Football 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 
2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Track 2, 3, 4. Volleyball 3, 4, Bowl- 
ing 4; Farm Show 4; CORNUCOPIA TYPING EDITOR. 

"Man is the only animal that blushes, or needs to." 

— Twain 




FREDERICK WILLIAM HOTCHKISS 
"Hotch" 

Springboro, Pennsylvania 
Dairy Husbandry 
Dairy Societv 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; CORNU- 
COPIA; Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 
3, 4. Horseshoes 1, 2, 3, 4, Horseshoe Champion 1; Farm 
Show 4, Farm House 3, 4. "Too bad, you lose"; Anyone 
hungry?; "You guys here again?" 

"Money is like Manure — good only when spread 
around." 

— Sandburg 

JOHN C. HOWELL JR. 

"John" 
Sparta, New Jersey 
Horticulture Club 
Horticultural Society 2. 3, 4; Intramurals: Bowling 2, Vol- 
leyball 2, 3. 

"Wedding is destiny and hanging likewise." 

— Heywood 

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BRUCE EDWARD HOWELLS 
"Cousin Bruceee" 
Ellwood City. Pennsylvania 

Ornamental Horticulture 
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1. 2. 3. 4: Lambda Tau 
Alpha: Intramurals: Football I, 2. 3. 1. Volleyball 1. 2. 
3. 4: Sports: Track 1; Pool 1. 2. 3. 4: "Hell's Fire." 



'Remember the Alamo." 



—She 



THOMAS E. KAVANAGH 
"Kav" 

Sharon. Pennsylvania 
Dairy Husbandry 
Dairy Societv 1. 2. 3. 4: Soil Conservation 4; Intramurals: 
Football 2. 3. 4. Basketball 3. 4. Track 3. 4, Volleyball 
1. 2. 3. 4. Bowling 4: Sports: Football 1. Basketball JV 
1. 2: DVC Beekeeper 4: Farm Show 4: Bristol 1. Farm 
House 2. 3. 4: CORNUCOPIA STAFF "OK Daddy." 
"No, I've got to study." "Who's got the jeep?" 

"The most wasted day of all is that on which ice have 
not laughed." 

— Chamfort 





DALE ARTHUR KINNEY 
"Dale" 

Little \ ork. New Jersey 
Agronomy 
Agronomy Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Intramural Representative 3, 4: 
Soil Conservation Societv 3. 4 : Dairy Societv 1 : Intra- 
murals: Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4. Volleyball 2. 3, 1. Football 

2, 3, 4. Softball 1. 2. 3. 4. Bowling 3: Prom Committee. 
"You wanna bet?"' 

"Let whatever you are and whatever you do, groic 
out a firm root of truth and a strong soil of reality." 

— Blackie 

RALPH CORWIN KNESTRICK 

"Cor" 
Amity. Pennsylvania 
Dairy Husbandry 
Dairy Husbandry 1. 2. 3. 4: Intramurals: Football 1. 2. 

3. 4.' Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4. Softball 1. 2. 3. 4: Judsing Team 
3: Farm Show 4: Delta Tau Alpha: CORNUCOPIA STAFF. 
"Operator — Indiana please" "Maynard's Brother" 

"A man with God is always in the majority." 

— Knox 




WILLIAM LAUREN KRONEN 

•'Bill" 

Tarentum. Pennsylvania 
Animal Husbandry 
Animal Husbandry Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 1. 
Vice-President 3: Gleaner 3. 4: Furrow 3: A-Day Com- 
mittee 2. 3. 4. Program Chairman 3. Chairman 4: Farm 
Show 2. 3. 4: Intercollegiate Livestock Judging 4; "Dr. 
Pelle. you know I never speed . . . OK Til stay under 70." 

"The friendly cow of red and white. I love with all my 
heart." 

— Stevenson 

PAUL ANDREW KATAWSKI 

"Bear" 
South River. New Jersey 
Horticulture 
Horticultural Society 2. 3. 4: Intramurals: Football 2. 3. 4, 
Softball 2. 3. 4: 

''Time is but the stream I go fishing in: 

— Thoreau 




EDWARD LEK LINDEMANN 
"Eddie" 
Levittown, Pennsylvania 
Ornamented Horticulture 
Ornamental Horticulture Societj I, 2, 3, i: Circle-K Gub 
1, 2: Gleaner 3, I: CORNUCOPIA ART EDITOR; "Hi 
Guys — That's bad." 

'He who has art in his life can never be entirely lost." 
— Gabrilowitsch 

JOHN 0. MAGNUS 

"Jack" 
River Edge, New Jersey 
Igronomy 

Agronomy Club 1, 2, 3, 1. Secretary 2, Vice-Pi 
Soil Conservation Society 3, I: Band 1; Poullrv Ciub J 
Intramurals: Bowling 1, Volleyball 2. 3, 1. Football 2. 3. 1 
Farm House 3, 4; "Let's Go Home" 

"Good-bye, proud world! I'm going home." 

— Emerson 



DONALD JOEL MAKUS 
"Gray Ghost" 
Clifton, New Jersey 
Horticulture 
Horticultural Society 1, 2. 3, 4; Intramurals: Volleyball 
1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 2, 3. 4: Sports: Basketball JV 1, 2; 
A-Day Committee 4; "Baby Doll", "Easy way out." "Yum- 
my-Goodies." "Hort moves ahead." "Where's Candy?" . . . 

"// you raise one ghost, you will have the churchyard 
in motion." 

— Dutch Proverb 

ROBERT BRUCE MASON 
"Bob" 

Scotch Plains, New Jersey 

Chemistry 

Food Industry Club 2; Science Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 

"Philosophy is the microscope of thought." 



THOMPSON BOWER McMILLEN 
"Tom" 

Loysville, Pennsylvania 
Dairy Husbandry 
Dairy Society 1, 2. 3, 1: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Soil Conserva- 
tion Society 2. 3. 4: Varsity Club 4: A-Day Committee 
3; Farm Show 4: Intramurals: Football 1, 2. 3, 4, Volley- 
ball 3, 4. Track 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural 
Council 3. "Come on. Gang, let's go!" 

"The drums and fifes, how sweetly they did play." 

— Harrigan 

WILLIAM JOHN McNAUGHTON JR. 
"Bill" 

Haddonfield. New Jersey 

Ornamental Horticulture 
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals: 
Volleyball 1. 2, Football 3, 4; "Hi" 

"Times are changed with him ivho marries." 

— R. L. Stevenson 





JAMES EDGAR MIDDLETON 
"Jim" 
Waldorf. Maryland 
Agronomy 
Agronomy Club 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 2, 3. 4: Soil Conserva- 
tion Society 3. 4. Public Relations Officer 3: Intramurals: 
Softball 1,2, Volleyball 1, 2: Delta Tau Alpha. 'Tall Yank- 
ee Dutchman." 

''Beware that your Northern Laurels do not change to 
Southern Willows." 

— Lee 

JEFFERY JAMES MORELOCK 
"Jeff" 
Millington, New Jersey 
Animal Husbandry 

Animal Husbandry Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 4: Soil Conser- 
vation Society 3. 4. Treasurer 3. 4: Intramurals: Bowling 
3. 4. Volleyball 1. 2: Delta Tau Alpha. 

"Went out to milk and didn't know hoic, I milked the 
goat instead of the con." 

— Anon 






JOHN 


DOUGLAS 
"Jack" 
Easton, Pennsyl 
Agronomy 


MORROW 

vania 






Agronomy 


Club 1, 


2. 3. 4. Prosram Chairman 4: 


Dairy 


Society 1 : 


Soil Conservation Club 


4: Farm House 


3. 


4: 


Ed's 1, 2. 3. 


4. "Too 


Bad." 








"Boots 


.' Saddle 


.' to horse and 


away!" 

— Brownir 


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MICHAEL RICHARD MULDOWNEY 

"Mike" 
Tenafly. New Jersey 
Food Industry 
Food Industry Club 1. 2. 3. 4. A-Day Representative 3; 
Varsity Club 4: Intramurals: Bowling 1. 2. Softball 2. 
Volleyball 3. 4: A-Day Committee 3. 4. Publicity Chairman 
4: Furrow 3: Student Store 3. 4. Manager 4: Sports" Stat- 
istician 3 : 4: CORNUCOPIA STAFF. "Huh. Huh. I'll be 
there." 

"/ will await the dawn." 



RALPH JAMES MURPHY 
"Rat" 
West Point. Pennsylvania 
Ornamental Horticulture 
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1. 2, 3, 4: Varsity Club 
1. 2. 3, 4: Intramurals: Football 2. 3, 4; Sports: Cross 
Country 1. 2. 4. Track 1. 2. 4: "O-Gayyy: Hi: See you in 
the spring." 

"If you want to get somewhere you must run at least 
tuice as fast." 

— Dodges 

RONALD ANDREW MUZYK 
"Ron" 
Trenton. New Jersey 
Food Industry- 
Food Industry Ciub 2, 3. 4: Jazz Concert Committee 2. 
- t's your opinion?" 

"The merit of originality is not novelty; it is sincerity.' 

— Carlvle 




DKNN1S MVKONIUK 
"Moon" 
!!iiin\. New \ ork 
Ornamental Horticulture 
Ornamental Horticulture Society I. 2. .">. 1: Glee Qub I. 
2: [ntramurals: Softball L; CORNUCOPIA. "Nice, Quite 
nice." 

"For every inch ihia is not fool is rogue." 

I >i \ lien 

ROBERT AUSTIN NASH 
"Bob" 
Chester, Pennsylvania 

Biology 
Science Society .'>. I: Glee Club 2. 3: Intramurals; Basketball 
1. '2. 3, 1: "C'mon guys. Ron really does love me." 

"1 will be as harsh as truth and us uncompromising 

as justice." 

— Garrison 




ALBERT J. NEIMANN. 

"Albert Dear" 

Roselle Park, New Jersey 

Animal Husbandry 

Animal Husbandry Club 2, 3. 4; Ornamental Horticulture 

1; Intramurals: Bowling 3. 4; "I want to go home." 

"The best laid schemes o'mice and men." 

— Burns 

MILES EDWARD NEIVERT 
"Miles" 
Yonkers, New York 
Animal Husbandry 
Animal Husbandry Club 2, 3, 4, Judging Team 4; Intra- 
murals: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3; 
Farm House 2, 3, 4. "Hey let's have a meeting." 

"A killing tongue and a quiet sword." 

— Shakespeare 





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MARVIN OLINSKY 
"Marv" 
Trenton. New Jersey 
Horticulture 
Horticultural Society 3: Circle K Club; Gleaner Editor 4; 
Square Dance Caller. "Married life is great." 

"Talk happiness, the world is sad enough." 

—Wilcox 

FRANCIS JOSEPH O'SULLIVAN 

"Sully" 
Leonia, New Jersey 
Horticulture 
Horticultural Society 2, 3, 4; Ornamental Horticultural So- 
ciety 1: Varsity Club 3. 4; Intramurals: Volleyball 3, 4. 
Softball 3, 4; Sports: JV Basketball 1, Varsity' Basketball 
3. Golf 2. "Really guys I'm not going home this weekend." 

"My one claim to originality among Irishmen is that 
I have never made a speech." 

— Moore 



MICHAEL ROOP PARKES 
"Mike" 

Wayne. New Jersey- 
Foot/ Industry 
Food Industry Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Glee Club 1, 
2. 3. 4. President 4: Band 1; A-Day Food Industry Grand 
Champion: Intramurals: Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 
Basketball 1; CORNUCOPIA' BUSINESS STAFF. "I've 
gotta psych it out." 

"One truth is clear: Whatever is, is right." 

— Pope 

ROGER KEITH PRICE 
"Fox" 
Ueonia, New Jersey 
Chemistry 
Science Society 1. 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Band 1; 
A-Dav Log sawing champ 3: Intramurals: Volleyball 3. 
Softball 3, 4. Basketball 3. 4: Sports: Football 1. Baseball 
2: Student Store 4: "It's all relative." 

"It is the wise head that makes the still tongue." 

— Lucas 




JAMES BRUCE ROGERS 
"Jim" 
Fort Lee, New Jersey 
Chemistry 
Science Club 1, 2: Intramurals: Football 1. 2; 

"Natural curiosity, the mother of science." 

— Singer 

CHARLES JOHN ROTH 

"Charlie" 

East Paterson. New Jersey 

Ornamental Horticulture 

Ornamental Horticultural Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 

1, 2. 3, 4; Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3; 

Sports: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1. "O-Gayyy" 

"/ do not understand, 1 pause, I examine." 

— Montaigne 





ROBERT MICHAEL SAUER 

"Milk Toast" 

Sayville, New York 
Dairy Husbandry 
Dairy Society 1. 2. 3. 4: Intramurals: Football 1. 3. 4. 
Volleyball 3. 4. Basketball 2. 3. Softball 2, 3. 4: Vice-Presi- 
dent of class 3, 4; Farm Show 4: CO-EDITOR OF COR- 
NUCOPIA; "Sorry Guys, Chief's Orders." 

". . . . Full oj Sound and Fury . . ." 

— Shakespeare 

BRONSON CRAWFORD SCHAFER 

"Shaf" 

Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania 
Biology 



Science Society 1. 2. 3. 4: Intramurals: Football 2. 3. 4. 
Softball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2. 3. 4: "Nah-I can't go, I've 
got to write a letter." 

"Beware the fury of a patient man." 

— Drvden 







ANTHONY FRANKLIN ^< HlliO 
"Tony" 
Lodi. New Jersej 

lil'il'i; \ 

Science Society 1, 2, 3. 1: Animal Husbandry (lull 1: 
Science A-Day Representative 2; A-Da) Committee 2, ■'>■ 1: 
Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4; Intramural: Volleyball I: Spuria- 
Wrestling Manager 1, 2. 

"Nothing is achieved before il is attempted." 

— -Sidney 

MICHAEL F. SCHMIDT 
"Mike" 
Levittown, Penns) Ivania 
Animal Husbandi i 
Animal Husbandry Club 2. ■',. I: Intramurals: Volleyball 
■1. .1. I. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Softball 2 
Circle K Club I: Band 1: "Ease up, Guys." "Hi. Guys." 



"Hail! Hail! The gang's all heir.' 



-Estrom 



RICHARD WILLIAM SCOTT 

"Scotty" 

Newton, Massachusetts 

Dairy Husbandry 

Dairy Society 1. 2. 3. 4; Intramurals: Basketball 2. 3, 4, 

Volleyball 2; Sports: Basketball 1. Track 1; "Hey, Jack!" 

"Hey. Kav.. Where"s the jeep?" 

"Who writes poetry imbibes honey from the poisoned 
lips of life." 

— Benet 

CHRISTOPHER HUGH SHELLY 

"Skelly" 

Ambler, Pennsylvania 

Ornamental Horticulture 

Ornamental Horticultural Society 1. 2, 3, 4; Sports: Golf 

1, 2, 3, 4; Pool 1, 2. 3, 4; Delta Tau Alpha; "Hi" "You 

want to bet?" 

"There is more to life than increasing its speed." 
— Mohandas Gandhi 




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ROBERT ALLAN SILLS 
"Misty" 

Parsippany, New Jersey 
Animal Husbandry 
Animal Husbandry Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, A-Day 
Committee 2, Champion Beef 2: Intramurals: Football 3, 
4, Volleyball 3. 4, Softball 2. 4. Basketball 3. 4; Sports: 
Golf 3: Farm Show 2, 3, 4; CORNUCOPIA; Skier, "Hey, 
Dwarf." "Hey. Loddy Loddy Lo." 

"All animeds are equal but some animals are more 
equal than others." 

—Orwell 

WILLIAM DON SMELA 

"Bill" 

Washington Crossing, Pennsvlvania 
Biology 
Science Society 3; "Mud, Mud, Mud:" 

"To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield." 

— Tennyson 





DENNIS H. SMITH 

"Denny" 
Doylestown; Pennsylvania 
Ornamental Horticulture 
Ornamental Horticultural Society 2, 3. 4; Intramurals: 
Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2. Basketball 3. 4. Softball 2, 3, 4; 
Sports: Wrestling: Flower Judging Team 1: CORNUCOPIA: 
"Gross" 



"The Smith, a mighty man is he.'' 



-Longfellow 



RONALD HILTON SMITH 

"Smitty" 
Riverton. New Jersey 
Food Industry 
Food Industry Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Photography Club 1, 2, 3, 
4, Vice President 1, President 4; A-Day Photography Grand 
Champion 1, 2, 3; A-Day Committee 4: Intramurals: Vol- 
leyball 3: Gleaner and Furrow Photography Editor 1, 2. 
3: CORNUCOPIA: "Tell Barney I'm taking pictures." 

"He sudden if a thing comes in his head." 

— Shakespeare 



I: Intramurals: 



RICHARD JOHN SNYDER 

"Spider" 
Easton. Pennsylvania 
Ornamental Horticulture 
Ornamental Horticultural Society 1. 2, 3 
Football 2. 3. 4, Volleyball 3, 4; Delta Tau Alpha; Busi 
ness Manager of Gleaner and Furrow; Student Govern 
ment 3. 4: Class Treasurer 2. "See ya Monday." 

"There is no substitute for hand work." 



ANTHONY MARTIN SPINELLI 

"Tony" 

Narberth. Pennsylvania 

Ornamental Horticulture 
Ornamental Horticulture Society 1. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 
President 4, A-Day Committee 3; Delta Tau Alpha; Gleaner 
3, 4;, "Hey, Guys! I have it figured out." 

"Whatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing well." 

— Stanhope 



WILLIAM FREDERICK STOCK 

"Sticky" 
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 
Animal Husbandry 
Animal Husbandry Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Gleaner 3. 4; CORNU- 
COPIA "Bananas! !! !" 



"Let thy words be jew'' 



-Bible 



FRANCIS JOSEPH SZY 
"Frank" 
Hellertown, Pennsylvania 
Ornamental Horticulture 
Ornamental Horticultural Society 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; 
Sports: Track 1: Delta Tau Alpha; 

"Behind a frowning providence he hides a shining 
face." 

— Cowpen 

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GEORGE ALAN TIEFENTIIALER 
"\\ orm" 
Ambler, Pennsj l\ ania 
Ornamental Horticulture 
Ornamental Horticultural Societ) I. 2. .''>, 1: Varsit) Club 
2, 3, I: [ntramurals: Football 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Softball 
2, 3, 1: Spoils: Basketball 1. 2. 3, I. Golf 1. 2. 3, I: 
"O-Gayyy" "Hi" "Sec you in the spring" 




ft 



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"The invisible worm that jli 



the night." 



Blab 



WADK 1*1111.11* TRAVIS 
"Billy Wade" 
II mh ui si. Pennsylvania 
Dairy Husbandry 
Dairy Society 1. 2. 3, 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 1, A-Day Rep- 
resentative I: \Da\ Committee 1; Intramurals: Volleyball 
3, I. Basketball, Softball 2. 3, 1; Football 2, 3; Sports: 
Basketball I. 2, 3; Farm Show 1: "Hi Jack." "I know a 
ghost." "Where are you Fred?" "Who's buying the next 
round Fred?" 



"/ 



drink with him tlwt 



a hood.' 
— Stevenson 



"All thoughts of a turtle are turtles 
rabbits?"' 




JOSE CIRILO TRELLES 
"Jose" 
Cuzco. Peru, South America 
Animal Husbandry 
Animal Husbandry Club 4; 

"I were better to be eaten to death with rust than tc 
be scoured to nothing with perpetual motion." 

— Shakespeare 

NEIL JOSHUA VINCENT 

"Daddy Rabbit" 

Salem, New Jersey 

Horticulture 

Horticultural Society 2, 3, 4; Intramurals: Football 2, 3, 

4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 3; Delta Tau 

Alpha: "Well, You can't win them all." 




id oj a ra 
— Emerson 



bbit, 



MICHAEL F. WALLRAPP 
"Wally" 
Wantagh, New York 
Food Industry 
Food Industry Club 1, 2, 3. 4, President 4; A-Day Com- 
mittee 4; Intramurals: Football 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Volleyball 3, 4; Interclub Council 4; "I give up, what?" 
"I'll never tell." 

"Fools rush in where angels fear to tread." 

— Pope 

OWEN STUART WEISLOW 
"OH" 

Philadelphia Pennsylvania 
Biology 
Science Society 3, 4: "This is ridiculous!" 

"Talk to him of Jacob's Ladder, and he would ask 
the number of the steps." 

— Jerrold 

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STUART JOEL W1LK 

"Stu" 
Clifton, New Jersey 
Biology 
Science Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Intramurals: Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3. 1, Volleyball 1, 2, 3. Basketball 1. 2. 3, 1. 
Softball 1. 2. 3. 4; "You must be kidding me"' 

"Heat not a furnace for your for so hut that it do 
singe yourself." 

— Sbakespeare 

EDWARD A. WOODS 

Iwig 
Lansdale. Pennsylvania 
Food Industry 
Food Industry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports: Cross Country 1; 



"Just as a twig is bent the tree's inclined. 



-Pope 



TERRY LEE WUESCHINSKI 
"Whiz" 

York. Pennsylvania 
Agronomy 
Agronomy Club 2. 3. 4; Soil Conservation Society 3, 4, 
Vice President 3, 4, A-Day representative 2, 3, 4; A-Day 
Committee 3: Glee Club 3. 4: Varsity Club 2, 3. 4, Vice- 
President 2, 3, 4; Sports: Football 2, 3, Golf 2, 3, 4; In- 
tramurals: Volleyball 4. Basketball 2. 3, 4; Delta Tau Alpba: 
"Gee-Zooey" 



"Showed him the gentlemen an' scholar."' 



Ri 




MELVIN IRA WILSON 
"Willy" 

Clifton, New Jersey 

Chemistry 

Science Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Intramurals: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, Bowling 1, Volleyball 1, 2, Softball 3; 

"It's party time" "Bottoms up" 

"God send thee good ale enough, whether it be new 
old" 

— Stevenson 

ANDREW STEPHEN ZONAY JR. 

"Andy" 
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 
Food Industry 
Food Industry Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Glee Club 1; 
Student Government 2. 

"/ hear in the chamber above me, the patter of little 
feet." 

— Longfellow 



RICHARD JOHN WIRA 
"Rich" 

Edison, New Jersey 

Biology 

Science Sociev 1. 2. 3. 4: Circle 

K Club 3. 4: Photography Club 1 : 

Animal Husbandrv Club 1 : 

"Life is far too important a 
thing to talk seriously about." 

—Wilde 



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HEMAN JOHN WITMER 
"Harry" 

Bayonne, New Jersey 

Biology 

Science Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 

4; Intramurals: Football 1, Volleyball 1; "This is typical." 



"Nothing succeeds like success." 



— Dt 



In Memoriam 



EDWARD NONNEMACHEK 




"Large was his bounty, and his soul sincere; 
Heaven did a recompense as largely send: 
He gave to Misery (all he had), a tear, 
He gained from Heaven ('twas all he 
wished) a friend." 

— Gray 



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Vice President 
Robert Sauer 




Senior 
Class 
Officers 



Treasurer 

Daniel Cantliffe 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 



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First Row, L-R: R. Becker, R. Alioto, S. Crosslev, G. Mahaffev, B. Rainear, J. Hazelton, M. Mikulaninel, B. Gratz, R Koch, A. Schantz. 
Second Row, L-R: R. Roedel, J. Thomas, J. Vaneschak. S. Huffman, S. Berger, A. Attick, R. Bakley, R. Bohl, T. Mulle. 
Third Rou, L-R: R. Zelley, D. Renner, J. Frecon, G. Handwerk, P. Juichak, L. Edwards, D. Johnson. C. Dennys, A. Kenter, D. Shaffer. 
Fourth Row, L-R: J. Castleman, L. Clayton, D. Schultz, R. Lichenwalner. R. Koes. D. Breiner, R. Buzen, M. Mowrer, W. Keppler, J. Hansen. 




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OFFICERS: L-R: Richard Bohl— Treasurer, Richard Koes— Vice President, Thomas 
Speakman — President. Stephen Fisher — Secretary 






fir / -« * . ^ j7 -/ tr -, 



Firs/ Row, LR: R. Flowers, T. Speakman, J. Regrut, J. Sazma, J. Grande, J. Stonaek, T. Pheiffer, G. Dotterweich, C. Suloff, C. Gembe. 
Second Row, LR: J. Rupell, R. Huddy, A. Bronnenkant, R. McMullan, E. Hoek, H. McCarter, S. Fisher, L. Maurer, M. Kaminsky. 
Third Row, L-R: J. Paulding, J. Holznagel, M. Sanders, G. Shisler, L. Ciani, R. Funt, T. Grygo, G. Eisele, C. Elstrodt, J. Vlazny. 
Fourth Row, LR: J. Thomas, R. Zeek, W. Klementisz, R. Heil, A. Anderson, J. Pricked, D. Smith, L. Wagner, M. Novin. 



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Michael Kachur. Dawd Bel 



Brubaker, Fred H. 



1st Row, L-R: Kwong Y. Tso, Newton Meeker, Anthony Berti 

Gustav Steneck, Alan Shimp 
2nd Row, L-R: T. William Singleton, J. Christopher Shaffer, Michael P. Walton, M. Charles McKiernan, Chung C. Huang, Manuel R. Rodriquez, Robert 

Kirk, Robert Copper, David Washko 
3rd Row, L-R: William Mitchell, Mwangi Maganjo, James Norci, John Speckhals, Andre Miller, Curt Munson, Glenn Stinson, Robert Taylor, James 

Williams, Han-Jolyon Lammers 
4th Row, L-R: Austin Moore, William Eick, Walter Simmons, Barry Smith, George Steele, George Weisel, William Buckman, John Kimmett, Paul Quintavalle 
5th Row, L-R: Ira Walker, Richard Geerken, Hohn Bunger, Robert McClelland, Richard Haldeman, Alexander Young, Robert Kirkwood, Ronald Morosky, 

W. Thomas Brown 




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hi Row. L-R: John Schueller, Leslie K. Young Jr.. Wavne Russo, George Corless, John Keyser, Robert Kufta. James Kerr Jr.. Arleigh Clii-nell Terry Un'led 

Clifford Grube 
2nd Roiv, L-R: Edwin J. Toth, David J. Cramer, Dale Brenneman, Roy Van Teyens, Douglas B. Christie, Walt Kenworthy, Tony Keen, Paul Vetreno, Dave 

Spinella 
3rd Row, L-R: Robert Bayda, James Gianaris, Brian Fischer, Lane Davis, Gary Rosenblatt, James Morley, Jonathan Greene, Joel Martin, Richard Dunning, 

Garwood Hoagland 
4lh Row, L-R: Charles Rynd Jr., Peter Reiter, Russell Albright, Paul Heller, John Olson, John Langwick, David Peck, Robert Cameron, Hohn McCaffrey 
5th Row, L-R: Otis A. Armstrong Jr., A. William Dietze, Bill Gerlach, Randall Nunemaker, Edward Funkhousei, Bruce Hanthorne, Peter Clark 




OFFICERS: L-R James Williams— Secretary, William Mitchell— Vice President, David Spinella— President, Edward Funkhouser- 
Treasurer, Peter Clark — Historian 



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First Row, LR: A. Zwaaf, R. Eberle. D. Landis, R. Hollowbush, T. Patti. N. Semeniuk, R. Hawkins, S. Hawryshczuk, B. Robbins, T. Collins, R. Whitman, 
T. Gray. 

Second Roiv, LR: M. Trazzera, W. Dougherty, T. Robertson, R. Cusanno, R. Felton. F. Yitelli, V. Jenkes, F. Ritter, T. Reardon, D. Fishel, T. Blew, S. Torok. 

Third Roiv, LR: J. Norek, R. James, J. Franchella, G. Rich, E. Furman, D. Dobrowolski, R. Kelly, D. Hayman, D. Yedinak, H. Almen, W. Winner, S. 
Igler, D. Gensemer. 

Fourth Ron; LR: J. Medeiros, K. Mountz, R. Mock, D. Beebe, R. Potter, L. Wellings, C. Bahnck, R. Kaname, N. Ulrich, F. Cope, E. Swetnick, C. Huber. 

Fifth Row, LR: B. Grubb, B. Goldan, T. Elam, V. Tanzola, R. Connolly, L. Corbett. G. Taylor, T. O'Connor, C. Schwacke, R. Niemczyk, C. Harris, T. 
Belcher, P. Butterbaugh. 

Sixth Row. LR: T. Kaercher, M. Knestrick, M. Mann, R. Pisciotta, L. Hoover, C. Belden, B. Hoopes, E. Rose, R. Mullen. W. Manns, P. Tirsbier, S. Sim- 
mons. 

Seventh Row, LR: E. Carlson. P. Loughlin. E. Prout. J. Hawk. R. Golden, J. Colson. D. Dndson, W. Straub, R. Clymer, M. Troutman, R. Jarvis, J. Brodzik, 
D. Korbobo. 

Eighth Row, LR: G. Borden. R. Manganiello, R. Dormuth, R. Kanteyens, W. Dunscombe, K. Keim, S. Battershell, J. Sylvanovich, D. Lloyd, T. Lewis, R. 
Smith, B. Blithe, P. Cooney, F. Fischer. 



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First Row, LR: C. Byrd, S. Wood, E. Conseur, W. Liiton, L. Whitesell, F. Melpolder, A. Rushnock, M. Glaser, R. O'Brien, M. Gurbarg, R. Totten 

R. Tuckman, K. Moyer. 
Second Row, L-R: J. Cassara, C. Gansky, D. Pyle, C. Sinner, S. Neivert, D. Noble, R. Yourgalite, G. Tradewell, J. Conroy, R. Kline, P. Kiry, G. Harteis 
Third Row, L-R: R. Dyer, J. Gray, J. Friend, V. Kalina, N. Mrozicki, D. Brewer, J. Irwin, C. Zehnder, J. Traino, C. Patterson, S. Bevan, J. Thompson 

A. Weizavich. 
Fourth Row. L-R: R. Scott, R. Cambell, W. Tyner, D. Brockley, W. Curry, D. Treat, M. Brown, S. Zehner, J. Bilotti, D. Adam, B. Umbemhower, D 

Burd. 
Fifth Row, L-R: K. Deitrich, J. Hayes, M. Worcester, G. La Presta, J. Waters, J. Garvey, J. Hochbaum, R. Funt, L. Bull, H. Rice, N. Kohut, L. Polito 

S. Baluch. 
Sixth Row, L-R: R. Kalmbacher, W. Bobb, J. Gebhardt, W. Dumont, B. Jenny, F. McGovern, J. Flemer, L. Yeager, W. Edmunds, R. Hershberger, H 

Powell, W. Dougherty. 
Seventh Row, L-R: R. Peiffer, W. Lockridge, W. Oppenheimer, J. Macerate, J. Neiss, R. Julius, B. Bross, J. Elias, W. Endriss, H. Walsh, W. McNamara 

R. Fausak, F. Corbin. 
Eighth Roiv, L-R: G. Jerrell, R. Fusting, B. Galvin, J. Predpelski, R. Kerr, E. Johnson, D. Reifsnyder, R. Kowalik, C. Cortelyou, D. Craig, R. Hassel 

bauer, R. Smolinski. 




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First Row, L-R: J. Schueller, G. Hoagland, A. Schantz, L. Maurer, S. Crossley, C. Suloff, T. Blew, J. Piegrut, S. Torok, T. Pheifer. 

Second Row, L-R: L. Edwards, W. Simmons, C. Munson, J. Rupell, T. Wueschinski, J. Middleton, T. Currey, B. Kalmbacher, D. Washko, S. Fisher. 

Third Row, L-R: R. Haldeman, R. LichtenwaJner, D. Breiner, D. Kinney, F. Hist, J. Morrow, J. Magnus, R. Bergner, J. Dunn, P. Jurchak, G. Handwerk. 




OFFICERS: First Roiv, L.-R.: Lucien Maurer, Sam Crossley, Charles Suloff, Tom Pheifer. 
Second Row: L.-R.: Jay Rupell, Dale Kinney, Jack Magnus, John Dunn. 



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Agronomy 




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First Row, L-R: C. Gembe, J. Stonack, A. Chisnell, L. Whitesell, G. Corless, J. Morelock, T. Elam, T. Reardon, R. Alioto, P. Gerity, J. Trelles. 
Second Row, L-R: A. Bills,' D. Day, W. Mitchell, R.' Capper, A. Miller, F. Cope, R. Scott, J. Githens, J. Eisele, E. Rose, R. Mullen. 

Third Row, L-R: N. Kohut, H. Walsh, R. Dalrymple, D. Shaffer, E. Swetnick, W. Buckman, D. Reifsnyder, M. Novin, M. Neivert, R. Fusting, O. Am 
strong, J. Kimmett. 



Animal 





OFFICERS: 1st Row, L-R: Jeffrey Morelock, William Croushore 
2nd Row, L-R: Frederick Hofsaess, David Schultz, John Albrecht 



Dr. Tibor Pelle, 

Advisor. 



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First Row, L-R: J. Albrecht, B. Croushore, F. Hofsaess, A. Neimann, G. Brubaker, L. Bull, G. Steneck, S. Fisher, R. Dyer, P. Heller, R. Albright. 
Second Ron; L-R: D. Noble, W. Stock, R. Clements, R. Funt, M. Worcester, S. Huffman, R. Bohl, J. Vlazny, L. Wagner, C. Dennys, A. Kenter. 
Third Row, L-R: J. Bunger, K. Cortelyou, R. Hasselbauer, W. Kronen, R. Lichtenwalner, D. Schultz, M. Hansen, D. Craig, W. Dunscombe, B. 
Blithe, B. Sills. 



Husbandry 




ANIMAL HUSBANDRY JUDGING TEAM 
Kneeling, L-R: C. Gembe, J. Albrecht, B. Croushore, D. Day. 
Standing, L-R: M. Neivert, W. Kronen, M. Hansen, R. Clements, R. 
Dalrymple. 





First Row, L-R: D. Scovell, J. Martin, R. Dunning, C. Grube, J. Hoagland, A. Andrews, A. Amorin, R. Atiick, F. Hotchkiss, F. McGovern, J. Berger, R. 

Hoover. 
Second Rout, L-R: C. Knestrick, J. Harteis, R. Sauer, J. Harner, G. Steele, W. Traviss, R. Scott, B. Hoopes, M. Horner, T. Kavanagh, J. Eisele. T. McMillen, 

R. Mock, D. Peck, J. Harrison, P. Reiter, W. Tyner, C. Rynd, W. Eick. 



Dairy 





L-R: Allen Andrews, President; J. Harner. Vice-President; Jeffrey 
Berg i Si - tary-Treasurer. 



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First Row, L-R: R. Koch, D. Gural, V. Kalina, M. Wallrapp. 

Second Row, LR: J. Paulding, R. Smith, B. Smith, R. Taylor. 

Third Row, LR: M. Muldowney, R. Gold, R. Zeek, W. Klementisz, R. Heil 



m>f?R*?R 




OFFICERS: Jst Row, LR: Michael Wallrapp, Michael 

Mikulaninec 
2nd Row, L-R: Robert Pras, William Klementisz, Michael 

Parkes. Dennis Gural 





First Row, L-R: M. Parkes, B. Fitzsimmons, M. Mikulaninec, J. Sazama, S. Liner. 
Second Row, L-R: G. Stinson, L. Ciani, R. Muzyk, M. Sanders, L. Hoover 
Third Row, LR: R. Geerken, M. Neivert, A. Zonay, R. Pras, E. Woods. 



Food Industry 






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First Rote, L-R: G. Dotterweich, J. Grande. W. Russo, M. Maganjo, R. Hudd\, R. Dilks, S. Wood, R. Potter, R. Scott, T. Bertino 

.Sero/irf «om,', Z.-K: J. Thomas, J. Nona, J. Speckhals, R. Funt, H. McCarter, A. Slump, D. Benner.W. Winner, D. Cramer, G. Compton, R. Chickilio. 

Third Row, L-R: A. Dudas, D. Cantliffe, F. O'Sullivan, J. Frecon, P. Kutawski, J. Vaneschak, E. Funkhouser, R. Bakley, J. Loueks, P. Gant. 

Fourth Row. L-R: D. Maku?. R. Morosky, M. Mowrer, R. Baughn, J. Howell, N. Vincent. 




Horticulture 



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OFFICERS: 1st Ron; L-R: John Thomas, Henry 
McCarter. 2nd Row, LR: Daniel Cantliffe. Rich- 
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Dr. David Blumenfield 



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first Row, L-R: J. Stonack, E. Lindemann, J. Beitz, B. Gratz, F. Albert, R. Snyder, G. Rosenblatt. R. MeMullan. 

Second Row, L-R: T. Grygo, R. Glaser, D. Myroniuk, J. Flemer, H. Rice, J. Morley, B. Fischer, G. Shisler. 

Third Row, L-R: D. Smith, G. Tiefenthaler, D. Smith, A. Anderson, I. Walker, R. Manganiello, R. Kirkwood, F. Fischer, Jr. 



Ornam 
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First Row, LR: C. Ebtrodt. D. Brenneman, A. Spinelli, F. Szy, B. Rainear, J. Traino, S. Mauger. 

Second Row, LR: R. Roedel, T. Speakman, J. Holznagel, J. Eisele, R. Mozzer, J. Gianaris, G. Weisel, R. Van Teyens. 

Third Row. LR: P. Cooney, B. Howells, R. Nunemaker, W. Jones, C. Shelly, R. Kerr, T. Hawk, C. Roth. 



mtal 
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First Row, LR: R. Becker. J. Jon, A. Schiro, P. Kling. M. Poleck. 

Second Row, LR: N. Lulka, W. Kenworthy, J. Cassara. L. Polito, S. Neivert, R. Wira, G. Bishop. 

Third Row. LR: J. Castleman, H. Witmer, R. Nash. W. Keppler, S. Wilk, L. Clayton, E. Brown. 




Lionel M Adelson 



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OFnCERS: LR: Robert Zelley, Robert Mason, Heman Witmer, Edgar Brown 




First Row, LR: B. Cusanno, R. Mason, D. Abb, R. Flower^, R. Kufta. 

Second Row, L-R: R. Klinger, J. McCaffrey, R. Csepi, R. Field, J. Friend, D. Brockley 

Third Row, L-R: W. Dietze, A. Zelley, B. Hawthorne, E. Odenwald, A. Auwarter. 



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First Row, LR: K. Whitman, C. Huans, R. Van Tyens, R. Zeiner, J. Medeiros, T. Blew, D. Brockley, E. Conseur, A. Chisnell. 

Second Row, LR: W. Bobb, R. Funt, W. Tyner, L. Bull, M. Parkes, E. Swetnick, S. Neivert, J. Williams, J. Paulding, Jr. 

Third Row, LR: W. Kronen, E. Brown, M. Troutman, W. Traviss, D. Breiner, I. Walker, A. Young, R. Price, R. Smith, F. Hotchkiss. 



Glee- Club 



Band 




First Row, LR: R. Mock, B. Endriss, D. Washko, T. Unseld, C. Zehnder, M. Saunders, H. McCart?r, R. Funt. 

Second Row, LR: M. Knestrick, R. Kirk, W. Bobb, R. Funt, K. Mounlz, B. Hawkins, D. V.'eiser. 

Third Row, LR: W. Woods, B. Hanthorne, M. Mower, G. Steele, M. Troutman, T. McMillen. S. Huffman, R. Bergner. 



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L-R: B. Rainear, P. Kling, M. Poleck, R. Snyder, S. Fisher, C. Elstrodt, B. Fischer, A. Tucke 
Klementisz, R. Lichtenwalner. 




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First Row, L-R: J. Greene, G. Brubaker, A. Tucke, T. Hawk, H. McCarter, A. Spinelli, R. Snyder. 
Second Row, L-R: E. Lindemann, B. Gratz, R. Glaser, E. Rose, R. Koes, W. Jones, R. Csepi, A. Amorin. 



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First Row, L-R: A. Albert, J. Beitz, D. Cantliffe, J. Harner, W. Croushore, J. AJbrecht, A. Andrews. 
Second Row, L-R: F. Szy, P. Gerity, J. Morelock, J. Harteis, T. Wueschinski, A. Spinelli, R. Snyder. 
Third Row, LR: R. Sauer, J. Hoagland, j. Berger, C. Knestrick, R. DaJrymple, J. Harrison. 
Fourth Row, L-R: R. Bergner, B. Howells, J. Dunn, N. Vincent, T. Curreyl J. Middleton, C. Shelly. 




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LR: T. Pheiffer, K. Becker, W. Winner, D. Cramer, R. Bakley, R. Hoover, J. Eisele, J 
Paulding, R. Zeek, J. Thomas, D. Peck, J. Morley, J. Thomas, R. Csepi, E. Hoek, P 
Funt, R. Wira, B. Gralz, J. Sazama, G. Dotterweich. 




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L-R: Mr. Ned A. Linta, Richard Baughn, Dale Kinney, William Klementisz, Merwin Horner, Jerry Frecon, 
Donald Day, Mauger Scott. 



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LR: R. Geerken, R. Baughn, M. Novin, T. McMillen, F. O'Sullivan, G. 
Shisler, J. Rupell, L. Edwards, J. Vaneschak, G. Brubaker, D. Day, 
C. Suloff, G. Mahaffey, A. Dotterweich, G. Corless, J. Keyser, D. 
Scovell, J. Harteis, J. Gianaris, J. Speckhals, P. Quintavalle, C. Roth. 
W. Klementisz, I. Walker, D. Demott, T. Brown. 




Mr. Ned A. Lima 




OFFICERS, Center, Rich Chickillo, Art Tucke, James Harner, Terry Wueschinski. 



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L-R: K. Tso. P. Kin, R. Kline. R. O'Brien, B. Gratz, R. Smith. R. Glaser, R. Csepi. D. Peck. L. Drukovskis 




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2nd Row, LR: Thomas Currey, John Morrow, Frank Hist, Terry 



Huffman 
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First Row, LR: T. Currey, A. Schantz, L. .Maurer, J. Regrut, C. Suloff, J. SchueUer, T. Blew, S. Torok. J. Morelock. 

Second Row, L-R: P. Kutawski, T. Kavanagh, S. Huffman, D. Shaffer, G. Weisel, D. Washko, J. Olson, J. Middleton, R. Van Teyens 

Third Row, LR: D. Breiner, R. Bergner, D. Kinney, J. Magnus, J. Morrow, F. Hist, T. McMillen, R. Koes, J. Dunn, D. CantHffe. 



T. Wueschinski. 



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First Row, L-R: L. Maurer, R. Kirk, M. Wallrapp, A. Andrews, j. Aibrecht, S. Crossley, A. Schiro, C. Gembe. 

Second Row, L-R: D. Abb, J. Berger, J. Dunn, M. Muldowney, R. Smith, R. Chickillo. 

Third Row, LR: D Makus, W. Traviss, W. Kronen, R. Pras, F. Hist, J. Thomas, T. Currey, M. Parkes, L. Ciani, E. Hoek. 




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OFFICERS: LR: Anthony Schiro, 
Edward Hoek, Jeffrey Berger, 
Michael Muldowney, William 
Kronen. 




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1st Row, L-R: Michael Wallrapp, John Albrecht, Anthony Spinelli, Alien Andrews 

2nd Row, L-R: Richard Snyder, Edward Hoek, John Dunn, Thomas Currey, Richard Chickillo. 



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Facultv Adviser — Dr. P. Click 



Administrative Adviser — Mr. J. Fulcolv 




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Third Row, L-R: John Bunger, Thomas Speakman, Samuel Huffman, Donald Day, James Harteis. 
Second Row, L-R: Dennis Gural, James Hoagland, Edward Hoek, Richard Snyder. David Washko. 
Third Row, L-R: Peter Gerity, Samuel Crossley, Gary Brubaker, Charles Suloff, David Spinella. 



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Front Row (L-R): Mgr. John Martin. Richard V. Kelly, Vincent G. Ficca, Gregory A. Palmerio, Francis A. Vitelli, Vincent J. Tanzola, Joseph F. Franchella, 
Jay W. [sbrecht, .Michael A. Trazzera. 

Second Row: Backfield Coach Robert Sehweid, John N. Vaneschak, Gary D. Shisler, Gary E. Ulrich, Richard A. Chickillo, Captain Richard H. Baughn, Wil- 
liam H. Cottrell, Richard F. DeMott, Da\id H. R. Johnson, Leigh Edwards, Head Coach H. W. '"Bill" Craver. 

Third Row: End Coach Arthur Davies, Patrick B. Hawes, William J. Mitchell, Paul F. Caravella, Kenneth Kolodziej, Paul C. Quintavalle, George A. Berse, 
David R. Markle, George M. Tremblay, Henry C. Wetzel, Line Coach Douglas York. 

Fourth Row: Bruce E Gover, Dennis R. Dobrowolski, Gilbert E. Taylor, David G. Spinella. William R. Hartman, Wayne S. Russo, David T. Hayman, 
Stephen F. Battershell. 

Filth Row: John Waters, Gregory N. Rich, Robert A. Connolly, Joseph B. Predpelski, Richard H. Richardson, Clifford W. Schwacke, Bernard A. Bross, 
Thomas D. O'Connor, Llovd G. Corbett. 



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1964 FOOTBALL RECORD 

AGGIES 

9/19 Millersville State College 7 

9/26 Moravian College 6 

10/3 Haverford College 14 

10/17 Albright College" 

10/24 Drexel Institute of 

Technology 

10 31 Gallaudet College 18 

11/7 Wilkes College 21 

11/14 C. W. Post College 13 



OPP. 

21 

28 

8 

35 

39 
8 

13 

27 



This was a starting year for a NEW Ag- 
gie football team. There is a promising future 
in sight as the new coaching staff exploits the 
player's potentials. The bulwark for the com- 
ing gridiron season will be the members of the 
class of '68 under the watchful eyes of head 
coach William Craver and his staff. 

During the past season, seventeen new 
records were set against a schedule dominated 
by the always tough Middle Atlantic Confer- 
ence teams. As the college continues to expand 
its enrollment, it will also expand its sports 
competition to include the toughest teams in 
this area. 

Our thanks to the team's leaders, Captain 
Richard Baushn and Dick Chickillo. 



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Richard Bauehn 




Senior Fullback 



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Point after touchdown 



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Cross Country 



CROSS COUNTRY 1965 









AGGIES 


OPP. 


9 25 


Cheyney State 




19 


44 


10 3 


Philadelphia Textile 




16 


44 


10 7 


Lebanon Valley 




31 


27 


10 15 


Eastern Baptist 




18 


43 


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Kings College 




20 


35 


10 17 


Albright College 




18 


41 


10 21 


Lincoln University 




21 


36 


10 28 


Franklin & Marshall 




20 


36 


10 28 


Moravian College 




16 


46 


11 6 


Penna. Military College 




32 


25 


11 6 


Washington College 




17 


4-1 


11 7 


Susquehanna University 




21 


34 




Delaware Valley Conference Champs 






11 1 ; 


NC \ V College Championshi 


3S 18th. 







CROSS COUNTRY 

This vear"s Cross-Country Team faced stiff competi- 
tion. With much spirit and zeal, the harriers ended up -with 
a 10-2 record. 

Two high lights of the season were: winning the second 
annual Delaware Valley Conference, and placing 18th in 
the National Collegiate Athletic Association College Cross- 
Countrv Championship at Chicago. Illinois. 

The Cross-Countrv Team displayed strength and spirit 
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LOU COPPENS 

Lou Coppens led the team as captain in high fashion giving 
them a goal to strive for. He accumulated 43 firsts, 3 seconds, and 
1 third in 47 meets. He also broke the Delaware Valley course 
record six times in his four years on the team. He set records at 
Glassboro, Millersville, Susquehanna, Lebanon Valley, Washington 
College, Eastern Baptist, and Lincoln University. 

Lou was the Delaware Valley Conference Champion for the 
past two years. 

The team proving itself in the East, received the chance to par- 
ticipate in the National Collegiate Athletic Association championship 
In the college division Lou placed 10th in a field of 170 runners 
competing on the four mile course. This resulted in an invitation 
to compete in the NCAA University Division at East Lansin^ 
Michigan. 

On a windy, cold, snowy day at Michigan State University, Lou 
finished 41st out of 180 runners in the University Division and 
first in the College Division. This singles hm out as one of the top 
cross country runners in the country. 

JIM MURPHY 

Jim was a very important asset to the cross-country team His 
collegiate record consisted of 5 firsts, 19 seconds, and 5 thirds for 
34 meets. 

As the team's number two runner, he consistently broke through 
packs oi opposing runners to cross the finish line in record time His 
competitive spirit inspired his fellow runners to their record break- 
ing season. 






Willi the acK.ni of a new Varsity Basketball coach, Mr. Allan Hartley, the Ag- 
gies turned in their most impressive record since 1951. 

Tin' team was led by captain George Tiefenthaler, assisted 1>\ senior Dick 
Baughn. This combination was augmented by six promising freshmen. Willi more 
experience, the team should lie able to ln>ld their own against stiff competition. 





SCHEDULE 






DATE 


COLLEGE 


DATE 


COLLEGE 


12 1 


Phila. College of Bible 


1/16 


Wilkes College 


12/2 


Ursinus College 


1/27 


Lycoming College 


12/6 


Drexel Institute 


2/2 


Moravian College 


12/7 


Alumni 


2/4 


Rutgers of S. J. 


12 8 


Phila. College of Pharmacy 


2/6 


King's College 


12/12 


Eastern Baptist College 


2/9 


Phila. College of Bible 


12/16 


Haverford College 


2/11 


Lincoln University 


12/19 


Fairleigh Dickinson College 


2/19 


Phila. College of Pharmacy 


1/6 


Lincoln University 


2/20 


Monmouth College 


1/9 


Rutgers of S. J. 


2/23 


Eastern Baptist College 






2/27 


Penna. Military College 



TOT 




Coach Allan Hartley 



Basketball 




L to R: First Row: Head Coach Allan Hartley, Richard DeMott, Raymond Thompson, George Tiefenthaler, Richard Baughn, Richard Geerkin, Manager Rohert 

Fausak. 
Second Row: Assistant Coach Robert L. Schweid, John Cunningham, Ronald Kowalik, Glenn Jerrell, Thomas Brown, Thomas Lewis, David Yedinak, Manager 

John Echstine, Jr. 
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Team Captain George Tiefenthaler 



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Frosh Ron Kowalik 





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T.B." gets the rebound 
Is that a girl beside me?" 





The jump 




'Boots" scores two for the Aggies 








"Chalk talk" during a time out 




"Worm" on the fast break 



Statistics — statistics 





Hev watch your elbow 



Tom Lewis shoots against Wilkes 




Wrestling 




Corless '67, Charles Suloff '66, Captain Donald Day '65, William Hartman '67, Manager 



1st Row, LR: Head Wrestling Coach H. W. (Bill) Craver, Ge 

Thomas Elam '68. 

2nd Row, LR: John R. Eberle '68, Kermit S. Moyer '68, Bruce Gover '68, David Johnson '66, John A. Hawk '68,' Robert E. Felton '68. 
3rd Row, L-R: Albert J. Muscle, Jr. '66, Donald C. Noble '68, James Norci '67, Robert Capper '67, Edward Floretti '68, Richard Piscotti '6 



James Kerr '67. 



SCHEDULE 



Under guidance of head coach, Bill Craver, the Aggie 
wrestling team went through a rebuilding year. The team 
was led by outstanding senior, Captain Don Day. DELVAL 
looks forward to a good season with a promising under- 
classman squad returning. 

The season's record was 3-5 with impressive wins 
over Fairleigh Dickinson and Philadelphia College of Bible. 



12/9 Lycoming College 

12/18 Wilkes College 

1/8 Lincoln University 

1/14 Fairleigh Dickinson 

1/27 Moravian College 

2/6 Hofstra University 

2/13 Phila. College of Bible 

2/20 Monmouth College 




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Things could be worse 





A near pin 





1964 TRACK 

Lycoming College 

Millersville State 

Albright College 

Susquehanna University 

Kutztown State 

Lincoln University 



Track 




First Roto. L-R: C Fisher, R. Bergner, C. Hofmann, R. Carrol, W. Cottrell, L. Coppens, E. Hamm. 

Second Row. L-R: G. Shisler, L. Marsh, W. Klementisz, R. DeMott, J. Fetherroan, R. Lichtenwalner, A. Dotterweich, S. Liner, Coach Ned A. 

Linia. 
Third Row, L-R: T. Johnson, J. Gianaris, J. Bunger, I. Walker, R. Field, C. Rynd, J. Morley. 



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The '"Aggie" Track team faced one of the toughest 
schedules of any team representing our college in inter- 
collegiate competition. Nevertheless, in 1964 they were able 
to obtain impressive wins over Lycoming and Lincoln Uni- 
versity. The team was led by Captain Lou Coppens, un- 
defeated distance runner. Other standouts include senior, 
Roland Bergner and junior Bill Cottrell in field events, Gus 
Dotterweich and Gary Shisler in pole vault, Chuck Rynd 
in the 440, and Jim Gianaris in the hurdles. 



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4/1 Philadelphia College of Bible 

4/11 Eastern Baptist College 

4/16 Phila. Col. of Pharmacy & Sci. 

4/17 Glassboro State 

4/23 Eastern Baptist College 

4/25 Kutztown State College 



Baseball 1964 





SCHEDULE 










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First Roiv, L-R: E. Taggart, J. Gall, D. Goss, D. Boyd, R. Wagner, Coach Douglas York. 
Second Row, L-R: G. Ulrich, L. Edwards, D. Day, T. McMillen, E. Collins. 
Third Row, L-R: R. Schaumloeffel. G. Mahaffey, R. Albright, A. Bills, W. Hartman. 
Fourth Row, L-R: J. Vaneschak, A. Law, D. Spinella, W. Mitchell. 





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Captain elect, Don Day 




L-R: Christopher Shelley, Robert Sills. Arthur Tucke, Richard Carroll, Michael Chudkowski. 



Captain Art Tucke takes a break 



Golf Team 




The golf team maintained its dominance over their Conference foes 
by retaining the Delaware Valley Conference Championship at the 
Warrington Country Club. Captain Art Tucke, Terry Wueschinski, 
and Mark Novin led the team throughout the season with assistance 
from newcomers Chris Shelley, Bob Sills, and Mike Chudkowski. 

In winning thr.ee matches out of seven, the team established 
records in Low Gross in the Conference Championships and Low 
Medal at the home Warrington Country Club course. 



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Mike pitches home 



Before the Del Val Conference Match 








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Keep your head down. Art 



How manv holes ahead "Ter?" 



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SCHEDULE 
DATE COLLEGE 
4/13 Millersville State 
4/17 Glassboro State 
4/18 Rutgers of S. J. 
4/23 Eastern Baptist 
4/25 DrexelTech 
4/27 Cheyney State 
5/5 Lincoln University 
5/11 Susquehanna University 
5/13 Penna. Military College 




Tennis 




1st Row, L-R: Leonard A. Ciani, Jr. '66, Chung C. Huang '67, Captain Peter R. Bard '64, John Bayliss '64, Albert J. Muscle. Jr. '66, Coach Arthur 

Brown. 
2nd Row. L-R: John F. Speckhals '67, Lloyd ^y 7 . Rotherham '64, Hilary E. Zich '66, Michael Price '65. 



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John Spreckhals and Chung C. Huang 



Captain Pete Bard and Coach Arthur Brown 



Pete Bard shows his form 











Keep vour eve on the ball Pete! 





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Chung makes a difficult backhand 



It's all in the timing John! 




Intramurals 



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The Animal Husbandry Bowling Team 




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Raisin' the Big Top 




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Choosing the beef champion 




Bob Sills receives Champion Beef Trophy from Prof. H. Purd - 



John Albrecht and Dr. T. Merritt with the Champion Sheep 



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'Crocked Plants" 



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"When it rains it pours' 



The Bird Cage?? 



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Chem. Lab. for A-Day 





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The A -Day Queen 



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VIOLET 

VARIETIES 





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ACTIVITIES 



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"BUTTON FROSH"!! "Beat... 




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"Buck" and John make the blades turn 



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Magnificent Maynard and his golden horn 




Three Pence and a Yen at the "Hootenanny" 







'When in doubt, sack out!!" 



I've got a bluebird on my shoulder" 




They just said, "No hot plates" 




Dr. Brown thought we should throw a little more feed to them! 



"Thoughts that do often lie too deep for tears" 
Turn back fellows the mail is not out yet! Wordsworth 




Class 




It was cold, rainy and dismal. Hardly the type of day 
conducive to the pleasant commencement of our careers 
at Delaware Valley College. If we thought this day was 
any indication of what the next four years would hold in 
store, most of us. surelv. would have turned around and 
gone home. But being naive, and inexperienced in the ways 
of the academic world we stood faithfully in lines which 
led us to the registration desk where we were engulfed in 
a sea of registration cards. We were officially signed in — 
we had passed our "Fail-Safe." 

As if this was not enough in one day we were beset by 
a myriad of pre-semester examinations. Before we. were 
given a break, classes started and with classes also began 
the freshman nemesis, customs. 

If nothing else, our period of customs was creative. 
We can list to our credits two bonfires and Lake Archer. 
Both of which were I literally I built by hand. Naturally 
being the class of 1965 we set out early to establish high 
standards and break records. We began by erecting a larger 
and more massive bonfire than any which preceeded. In 
the course of events, we proud freshmen found it necessary 
to protect our beautiful mountain of wood. None of us 
will ever forget the sound of "Hoagy's" bugle summoning 
us to protect our bonfire. 

Events, both frustrating and comical, broke the dull 
routine of chemistry, zoology and Freshman composition : 
Paul Kessler and his used cars, the Holocaust at Farm 
Four, the cook out behind Elson Hall, and the panty raid. 
Somehow that ill-fated episode did not turn out quite as 
planned. 

Our Holland Holiday was a beautiful success. The 
many hours of planning and work proved to be very 
worthwhile. Surprisingly, the windmill worked w^ll all 
night. 

Perhaps the most unsuccessful of our freshman ven- 
tures came in the form of our infamous riot. Days of plan- 
ning and hours of anxious preparation culminated in a 
brilliant display of courage, determination and chaos — 
that lasted for all of three and a half glorious minutes. 

At times things got rough, frustration and tension 
mounted, but no matter how black the situation appeared, 
when our marks were failing and our hearts down trodden 
and only two weeks before finals, we could always thank 
"Josh" for saying, "don't worry there is still ample time."' 

The freshman year terminated with Summer Prac- 
ticum. Here we were exposed to all forms of practical ex- 
perience. At any time during the month of June in 1062 
one could expect to see l_ ILman Hall floating down Alumni 
Lane on a river of foam to the clink of ten thousand 
"dead soldiers". 



History 



During that summer of 1%2 the College was given 
Accreditation and accepted as a member by the Middle 
States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. This 
was not only a milestone in the history of the College but 
also a great tribute to the efforts of the administration and 
staff who made it possible. 

The fall of 1962 found us back on campus after a 
summer vacation which we all felt ended too soon. As sopho- 
mo'res we immediately plunged ourselves into the hardy 
exercising of our newly acquired power over the freshmen 
as the administrators of "customs." With a hearty "Button 
Frosh" we led "•our" freshmen through a tumultuous 
period which ended in the revival of the tug of war. 

It was about this time that we were exposed to Mr. 
Schmieden It didn't take very long for us to realize how- 
little we new about everything. 

The first concert to be held at Delaware Valley Col- 
lege was ours. It was our concept, and our achievement. 
Maynard Ferguson and his Orchestra put on a spectacular 
jazz concert. It must be stated that we gained a lot more 
from this concert than financial success; we learned or- 
ganization, responsibility, and the meaning of the word 
"panic." (Thank vou Mr. Steinberg.! This venture proved 
to be such a phenomenal success that it has become a tra- 
dition carried out annually by the members of the sopho- 
more class. 

We went into our second A-Day with more knowledge 
and experience than we had the previous year, and our 
class made an excellent showing in all fields. 

Of course no discussion of our sophomore year would 
be complete without mentioning the big "65" that was 
painted on the water tower. "Eh. Kav?" 

In our junior year we seemed to be more "settled 
down." There was more emphasis on study and less on 
"gipping." Many of us became more involved in the various 
clubs and activities on campus. The Yearbook and Prom 
Committees w^ere organized in the anticipation of our 
forthcoming senior year. The year, however, was not with- 
out its lighter moments: any number of insanities could 
be expected at anv moment. During the January snow 
storms the second floors of Cooke and Barness Halls were 
the scene of mass practice of such summer sports as swim- 
ming and diving, and the snowball fight between the jun- 
iors and freshmen left one of our warriors limping for 
several davs. The administration passed a law prohibiting 
the use of exotic wallpaper and once again some of us were 
left facing "bare" walls. Of course, there were some planned 
activities too, our "Roaring Twenties" dance, one of the 
more unusual of our endeavors, and the Hootenanny pro- 
vided the social highlights of the year. 






We moved into Work Hall. Unfortunately, the building 
was not yet in a state of total readiness; the magnificent 
new structure seemed infallible until seven forty-five on that 
morning of the first class of the school year. 

Our senior year saw the answer to many of our prayers 
arrive in too few numbers. 

Preparation for the Yearbook and Prom were well 
under way by the beginning of the semester and the stu- 
dents eagerly awaited the coming of the "caterer." Most of 
our time was spent in serious study and in the contempla- 
tion of our future endeavors. By May most of us were in- 
fected with the senior "jitters." 

As we approach graduation let us look to our left 
and to our right as we realize the truths which were set 
before us four years ago. 

"Though nothing can bring back the hour 
Of splendor in the grass, of glory in the 
flower: 

We will grieve not, rather find 
Strength in what remains behind;" 
— Wordsworth 





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1965 

Cornucopia 

Staff 



Co-editors Peter Gerity and Robert Sauer 




While writing this message we were 
filled with feelings of regret and anticipa- 
tion. We cannot help but feel regret at the 
soon-to-come separation of well established 
friendships. 

Now-, we look to the future ivith some 
anxiety, but arc filled ivith confidence 
instilled in us over the past four years. 

It would not be appropriate for us to 
leave without expressing our deepest grati- 
tude to the entire staff of the 1965 Cornu- 
copia and to all who aided us in the pre- 
sentation of this book. 

THE EDITORS 




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Business Staff, left to right: Michael Parks, Jeffrey Morelock, Business Manager 
Thomas Hawk. Dennis Smith. 




Captions Comm. Ronald Dalrymple and editor Robert 
Sills 



Layout Committee Fred Hotchkiss, Richard Glaser 
editor and Corwin Knestrick 



Sports Committee James Harner editor and Thomas Kava- 
nasdi 




James Hoagland, Activities Editor 





Merwin Horner, Typing Editor 



Ronald Smith, Photography Editor 




Class Adviser 

Clarence B. Steinberg 

"1 do not choose to be a common man. It is my right to be uncommon 
— if I can. I seek opportunity — not security. I do not wish to be a kept 
citizen, humbled and dulled by having the state look after me. I warn 
to take the calculated risk: to dream and to build, to fail and to succeed. 
I refuse to barter incentive for a dole. I prefer the challenges of hje 
to the guaranteed existence; the thrill of fulfillment to the stale calm 
of Utopia. I will not trade freedom for beneficence nor my dignity for a 
handout. I will never cower before any master nor bend to any threat. It 
is my heritage to stand erect, proud and unafraid; to think and act for 
myself, enjoy the benefit of my creations and to face the ivorld boldly 
and say, this I have done . . ." 

— Dean Alfange 



Seniors 



ABB, DONALD RAYMOND .. 2232 Brigham St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

ALBERT. FREDERICK G. ... 201 Trent Road. Philadelphia, Pa. 

ALBRECHT. JOHN E. 115 Dewey Road. Cheltenham. Pa. 

AMORIN, ADOLFO L. .... Averida San Martin #151 Orrantidel del Mar-Sanesidor. Lima. Peru 

ANDREWS. ALLEN S. West Mill Road. Long Vallev. N.J. 

BAUGHN. III. RICHARD H. .... — 421 N. Olive St., Media, Pa. 

BEITZ. JOSEPH J. P-O. Box #16. Edison. Pa. 

BERGER. P. JEFFREY . R.D, Pittstown, N.J. 

BERGNER. K. ROLAND _. 443 Thomson Ave., Springfield. Pa. 

BROWN. III. EDGAR G. 120 Stanley Ave., Glenside. Pa. 

CANTLIFFE. DANIEL J. 219 Manning Ave.. River Edee, NJ. 

CHICKILLO. RICHARD A. .... 3454 Frankford Ave.. Phila.. Pa. 

CHUDKOWSKI. MICHAEL R. .... 588 Main St.. Sayreville, N.J. 

CLEMENTS. ROBERT J Box 309, Bethel Rd.. Boothwvn, Pa. 

COMPTON. GLENN E RD. #1. Box 46, Clarksburg, Pa. 

COPPENS, LOUIS F. .... 257 Ridge Rd., New Hope, Pa. 

CRAIG. CHRISTOPHER Providence Road, Newtown Sq., Pa. 

CROUSHORE. WILLIAM S. .... RD. #3. Ruffsdale. Pa. 

CSEPI, RAYMOND J 13 McAuliffe Dr.. No. Brunswick. N.J. 

CURREY, JR.. W. THOMAS .... 800 Birney Hwy., Chester. Pa. 

DALRYMPLE. RONALD H. .... Mt. Horeb Rd., Warren Township. N.J. 

DAY, DONALD A. 454 Turner Ave.. Drexel Hill. Pa. 

DERBY. WILLIAM J. 110 Brownlie Rd., King of Prussia, Pa. 

DUDAS. ANDREW R R-D. #2. Fairview, Pa. 

DUNN. JOHN S. 36 S. Davis Ave., Audubon, N.J. 

GERITY. PETER F 70 Commonwealth Ave., New Providence, N.J. 

GLASER. RICHARD A 1387 Jesup Ave., New York, N.Y. 

GOMMEL, ERNEST R. .... North Garden Apts., Doylestown, Pa. 

GURAL, DENNIS S — 228 Le Gregni. Saddle Brook. N.J. 

HARRISON, JOHN C. .... RD. #1. Stockton, N.J. 

HARNER, JAMES P. Box 45. Oklwick, N.J. 

HARTEIS, JAMES L RD. #1- Ebensberg. Pa. 

HAWK, THOMAS R 953 Walnut Ave., Andalusia. Pa. 

HENDZEL, JOHN J. 504 Seventh Ave., Carnegie, Pa. 

HIST, LEWIS F. Box 79 R.D. #2, Glen Mills. Pa. 

HOAGLAND, JAMES M .... Headquarters European Exchange System APO 245, N.Y., N.Y. 

HORNER, MERWIN H R-D. #3. Salem, N.J. 

HOTCHKISS. FREDERICK WM. .... R-D. #1- Springboro. Pa. 

HOWELL. JOHN C, JR 12 Hillside Road, Sparta. N.J. 

HOWELLS. BRUCE E. _.. R-D- #2, Ellwood City, Pa. 

JONES, WILLIAM M ...- 9A N. Main St.. East Hampton. N.Y. 

KAVANAUGH. THOMAS E - 655 Woodlawn Dr.. Sharon, Pa. 

KINNEY, DALE A Main St.. Little York. N.J. 

KNESTRICK. RALPH C R- D - #1. Amity, Pa. 

KRONEN, WILLIAM L R-D. #4, Box 288, Tarentum. Pa. 

KUTAWSKI. PAUL A 5 David St.. South River, N.J. 

LEWANDOSKI, THOMAS J 35 Mack St., Plains, Pa. 

LINDEMANN. EDWARD L. __. - 6 Shelter Lane, Levittown, Pa. 

McMILLEN, THOMPSON B Andersonburg Rd.. Loysville, Pa. 

McNAUGHTON, WILLIAM J. JR ___- Kresson Rd.. Haddonfield, N.J. 

MAGNUS, JOHN 693 Center Ave., River Edge, N.J. 

MAKUS, DONALD J. - - 137 Elmwood Dr., Clifton, N.J. 

MASON,' ROBERT B. 148 W. State St., Doylestown, Pa. 

M1DDLETON, JAMES E ..._ Box 96, Waldorf, Md. 

MORELOCK, JEFFERY J. .... - Basking Ridge Road., Millmgton, N.J. 

MORROW, JOHN D 2413 Lawnhurst Ave., Easton, Pa. 

MULDOWNEY, MICHAEL R. _ ___ ..._ 62 Downey Dr., Tenafly, N.J. 

MURPHY. RALPH J — Main St., West Point. Pa. 

MYRONUIK, DENNIS .... - 428 E. 139th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

NASH, ROBERT A - 500 E. 24th St., Chester, Pa. 

NEIMANN. ALBERT 446 East Clay Ave., Roselle Park, N.J. 

NEIVERT, MILES E. — — - — - — — 16 Westwood Road, Yonkers, N.Y. 

OLINSKY. MARVIN 165 Joan Terrace, Trenton, N.J. 

O'SULLIVAN, FRANCIS J - 109 Wood Terrace, Leonia, N.J. 

PARKES, MICHAEL R. -. - 16 Maple Lane, Wayne, N.J. 

PRAS. ROBERT - - R-D. #1, Mendham, N.J. 






PRICE. ROGER K. I 10 Ames Ave., Eeonia, N.J. 

PRICE, MICHAEL G. Walter Road. R.D. #2, Clialfont, Pa. 

ROGERS. JAMES I?. 132 Stillwell Ave.. Port Lee, N.J. 

ROTH. CHARLES J. ~- 557 River Drive. East Paterson. N.J. 

SAUER, RORERT M. 51 Greene Ave., Sayville, N.Y. 

SCHAFER. WR^SON C. 391 Anawanda Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

SCHMIDT, MICHAEL F. .... 37 Summer Lane, Levittown, Pa. 

SCOJT. RICHARD W. .... 48 Chestnut Terraee, Newton, Mass. 

SCI MHO. ANTHONY F. .... 27 Mitchell St., Lodi, N.J. 

SICES. ROBERT \. 27 Ferncliff Rd., Morris Plains, N.J. 

SMEIX WILLIAM D .... North River Road, New Hope, Pa. 

SMITH. H. DENNIS — 667 S. Chubb Drive, Doylestown, Pa. 

SMITH. RONALD II. 129 Elm Ave., Riverton, N.J. 

SNYDER. RICHARD .... 2655 Northwood Ave., Easton, Pa. 

SPINELLI. ANTHONY M. - 15 Elmwood Ave., Narberth. Pa. 

STANFORD. EDWARD A - Herman Road, Horsham, Pa. 

STOCK, WILLIAM F - 8562 Glen Campbell Road, Philadelphia, Pa. 

SZY, FRANCIS J ■— R.D. #1, Hellertown, Pa. 

THOMPSON, RAYMOND J _.... - 512 Aroor Road, Yeadon, Pa. 

TIEFENTHALER, GEORGE A Johns Lane, Ambler, Pa. 

TRAVISS, WADE P ~~ R-D. #2, Moscow, Pa. 

TRELLIS, JOSE .... Arequipe Ave. 908, Lima, Peru 

VINCENT, NEIL ~ 229 Johnson St., Salem, N. J. 

WALLRAPP, MICHAEL F ----- 2949 Ardsley Road, Wantagh, N.Y. 

WEISLOW, OWEN S. --- 129 E. Durham St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

WILL, STUART J 183 Rutherford Blvd., Clifton, N.J. 

WILSON, MELVYN I - - - 62 Rollins Ave., Clifton, N.J. 

WIRA, RICHARD J. _ Liddle Ave., Fords, N.J. 

WITMER, HEMAN J. — 131 W. 54th St., Bayonne, N.J. 

WOODS, EDWARD A. 310 Greenwood, Lansdale, Pa. 

WUESCHINSKI, TERRY L — 322 Springdale Ave., York, Pa. 

ZONAY, JR. ANDREW S 317 E. Broad St., Bethlehem, Pa. 



Underclassmen 



ADAM, DAVID D. Box 162, R.D. #1, Shoemakersville, Pa. 1968 

ALBRIGHT, RUSSELL C 343 N. Bridge St., Christiana, Pa. 1967 

ALIOTO, RONALD L. 5516 Willows Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 1966 

ALMEN. HOWARD A. 125 Jefferson Ave., Greenbrook, N.J. I960 

ANDERSON. ALFRED R. - 80 Knickerbock Rd., Closter, N.J. 1966 

ARMSTRONG, JR., OTIS A - Center St., Hanover, Mass. 1967 

ATTICK, ROBERT F 7120 Elk St., Harrisburg, Pa. 1966 

AUWARTER ALAN G. _ 134 Oakwood Drive, Wayne, N.J. 1967 

BAHNCK, CARL .... Box 71 > Revere ' Pa - 1968 

BAKLEY. RICHARD E 506 Fern Ave - Magnolia, N.J. 1966 

BALUCH, STEVE J RD - # L Box 70, Perryopolis, Pa. 1968 

BATTERSHELL, STEPHEN F 55 Palm Lane, Levittown Pa. 1968 

BAUSHER. MICHAEL G. - - Box 239, Somerdale Rd., Blackwood, N.J. 1968 

BAYDA, ROBERT C. - - - - 333 Madison Ave., Nazareth Pa. 1967 

BECKER, RICHARD S. 21 Swathmore Rd., Linden, N.J. 1966 

BELCHER, WALLACE E., Ill --- 305 Bryn Mawr Ave., Bala Cynwyd, Pa. 1968 

BELDEN, CHARLES P Gilead Rd., Hebron, Conn. 1968 

BENNER, DAVID L RD -. #1, Faiifidd, Pa. 1967 

BERGER, SCOTT 1365 St. Nicholas Ave., N.Y. 1966 

BERSE GEORGE A. — - ?45 Summit Ave., Westfield, N.J. 1967 

BERTINO ANTHONY J - 507 White Horse Pike, Hammonton, N.J. 1967 

BEVAN, STEPHEN A. _._'..Z". — 128 Bala Abe., Oreland Pa 1968 

BILLS, ARTHUR P., JR ----- 1° Wren Ave., Hauppauge, N.Y. 1967 

BILOTTI JOSEPH J. 126 Clover Circle, Southampton, Pa. 1967 

BISHOP, EDWIN G. Box 217, R.D. #1, Perkasie, Pa. 1966 

BLEW, JR. THEODORE G R-D- #L Emmaus, Pa. 1968 

BLITHE BARRY R. 201 Central Ave., Primos, Pa. 1968 

BOBB WALTER H — 124 Signal Road, Drexel Hill, Pa. 1968 

BOHL RICHARD A — 12 Highland Ave., Millington, N.J. 1966 

BORDEN GUY K. - Main Street, Jacobstown, N.J. 1968 

BOWMAN, ELWOOD W. Box 202, Plumsteadville, Pa. 1966 

BRAY DAVID R. — - 515 Kingston Road, Utica, N.Y. 1967 

BREINER DONALD M. 20 Woodland Rd., Wyomissing, Pa. 1966 



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BRENNEMAN, DALE R. ._. R.D. #1, Box 411, Natrona Hgts. Pa. 1967 

BREWER. DAVID R. .... 9120 Pannier Rd.. Pittsburgh. Pa. 1968 

BROCKLEY. DONALD B. .... 543 Locust St.. Columbia. Pa. 1968 

BRODZIK, JOSEPH A. .... 252 Maple Ter., No. Plainfield, N.J. 1968 

BRONNENKANT, ALAN A ___ 352 Langley Ave.. W. Hempstead, N.Y. 1966 

BROSS. BERNARD P.. ... - 93 Norman Dr.. Ramsey, N.J. 1968 

BROWN. MICHAEL A _ 7 Eggleston Lane, Old Greenwich. Conn. 1968 

BROWN. W. THOM \S . 49 Smithfield Rd.. Waldwick. N.J. 1967 

BRUB/KER, GARRY L __ R.D. #2, Brockway, Pa. 1967 

BUCKMAN, WILLIAM H. Eggle Road. R.D. #2. Newtown, Pa. 1967 

BULLOCK, JEROME J. .... Contention Lane, Berwyn, Pa. 1966 

BUNGER, JOHN R 811 Foster St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 1967 

BURD. DENNIS L Munson/Pa. 1968 

BUTTERBAUGH. PAUL A. 387 Aspen St., Middletown. Pa. 1968 

BUZEN, RICHARD L 218 Dickson Circle. East Williston. N.Y. 1966 

BYRD. CHARLES G. Lyndell Rd.. Downingtown, Pa. 1968 

CAMERSON. ROBERT A 165 Sheridan Ave., Johnstown, Pa. 1967 

CAMPBELL. RICHARD W 10 Linden Ave.. Rutledge. Pa. 1968 

CAPPER. ROBERT T 201 Summit St.. Edwardsville. Pa. 1967 

CARAVELLA. PAUL F 1097 Leesville Ave., Rahway, N.J. 1967 

CARLSEN. HARRY E 12 Burnham Rd., Old Bridge. N.J. 1967 

CARLSON. EDWIN C 17 McKinley St.. Rowayton, Conn. 1968 

CASHMAN. HAROLD E 337 Corinthian Ave.. Hatboro. Pa. 1966 

CASSARA. JAMES A 133 Eastern Ave.. Somerville. N.J. 1968 

CASTLEMAN. JOHN A Brass Castle Rd.. Washington. N.J. 1966 

CHISNELL, ARLEIGH C. _. Dibbon Glad. Pa. 1967 

CHRISTIE. DOUGLAS B 820 Summit Ave., Franklin Lakes, N.J. 1967 

CLARK. PETER D R.D. #2. Box 56. Neshanic Station. N.J. 1967 

CLAYTON. LLOYD K 1436 Lakewood Rd., Toms River, N.J. 1966 

CLYMER. FREDRIC R Box 323. Denison. Iowa 1968 

COLLINS. EDWARD T Box 206. Kennett Square, Pa. 1966 

COLLINS,. THOMAS W.. JR 64 Prospect St.. Dover. N.J. 1968 

COLLOM. WILLIAM S 818 Woodland Dr.. Lansdale. Pa. 1968 

GOLSON. JOHN R Colson Rd.. Jullica Hill. N.J. 1968 

COLT JOHN E. 6 Winthrop St.. Norwalk, Conn. 1967 

CONNOLLY. ROBERT A. Oxford. R.D.. N.J. 1968 

CONROY. JAMES J 146 Lincoln Rd.. Hempstead, N.Y. 1968 

CONSEUR. EDWARD D 7008 Brous Ave.. Phila. 15, Pa. 1968 

COOK. WILLIAM A. 40 Radnor Drive, Newtown Sq., Pa. 1968 

COONEY, PETER M. 807 Wayne Ave.. Reading, Pa. 1968 

COPE. FREDERICK O 442 S. Main St.. Red Lion. Pa. 1968 

COPLEY, DUANE G Box 103. Hope, N.J. 1968 

CIANL JR.. LEONARD A 111 2nd St.. Wood Ridge, N.J. 1966 

CORBETT. LLOYD G. 71 Power Rd.. Waterbury. Conn. 1968 

CORLESS, GEORGE G Reno St., Ext.. Rochester, Pa. 1967 

COTTRELL. WM. H 911 Flower St.. Chester. Pa. 1966 

CORBIN FRANK C. Old Jummer Rd.. Allison Park. Pa. 1968 

CORTELYOU. CLIFFORD H R-D. #1. Princeton, N.J. 1968 

CRAIG. DOUGLAS M 1005 W. High St.. Haddon His., N.J. 1968 

CRAMER. DAVID J. Perkins Lane. Beverly. N.J. 1967 

CROSSLEY. III. SAMUEL M. __. R.D. #1, Box 188. Marvsville. Pa. 1966 

CUNNINGHAM. JOHN H — 326 Mt. Vernon St.. Lansdale. Pa. 1968 

CURRY WM. M. 235 Cedar Ave.. Horsham, Pa. 1968 

CUSANNO. ROBERT P. 35 Elm Lane. Levittown. Pa. 1968 

DAVIS. ATHOL L. 63 Wiggins St.. Princeton, N.J. T967 

DeBARI. MARIO. JR - 1417 Main St., Glastonbury, Conn. 1966 

DeMOTT. RICHARD F. 2506 So. Church St.. Allentown. Pa. 1966 

DENNYS CHARLES D. 32 Winding Lane. Feasterville. Pa. 1966 

DERSTEIN. WALLACE G 51 Orvilla Road. Lansdale. Pa. 1966 

DIETRICH. KENNETH G. 22 Philadelphia Ave.. Shillington. Pa. 1968 

DIETZE. A. WM. R.D. #2. Stockton, N.J. 

DILKS. ROBERT L 260 E. High St.. Glassboro, N.J. 1967 

DOBROWOLSKI. DENNIS R 3846 Gonshohocken Ave.. Phila.. Pa. 1968 

DODSON, DARL 116 Blough Rd.. Fairless Hills, Pa. 1968 

DOLAN. KEVIN E 41-50 78th Street. Elmhurst, N.Y. 1966 

DOLINSKY. DENNIS WM 237 Wyandotte Rd.. Fairless Hills. Pa. 1966 

DOBMUTH. RICHARD W 1229 Bruce Rd.. Oreland. Pa. 1968 

DOTTERWEICH. A 134 Garside Ave., Wayne, N.J. 1966 

DOUGHTERY. WM. J. _ N. Delsea Drive, Franklinville, N.J. 1968 

DOUGHTERY, WM. M 16 E. Floral Ave., Pleasantville, N.J. 1968 

DBUKOVSK1S, LIAMONTS 136 W. 168th Street. N.Y. 1966 



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DUMONT, WADE ._ _ _ 161 Jacksonville Rd., Lincoln Park, N.J. 1968 

DUNING. RICHARD 17 Pine Ave., Pelhan, N.Y. 1967 

DUNSCOMBE. WM. E. 14 W. Drive Livingston, N.J. 1968 

DYER. ROY C. 870 N. Pollard St., Arlington, Va. 1968 

EBERLE. JON R. _ Ferry Road, R.D. #1. Doylestown, Pa. 1968 

ECKSTINE, J. P. ... Spring Lane, Yardley, Pa. 1968 

EDWARDS. ADDISON L. .. 204 Forest Hill Drive, U>secon,N.J. 1966 

EICK.WM. Columbia Cross Roads, R.D. #3, Bradford, Pa. 1967 

EISELE, GERHARD J 1219 Friendship St.. Phila.. Pa. 1966 

ELAM, THOMAS D. 7261 Githens Ave., Pennsauken, N.J. 1968 

ELIAS, JAMES E 239-7th Ave., Bethlehem, Pa. 1968 

ELSTRODT, CHARLES J 1172 Hollywood Ter., York, Pa. 1966 

EDMUNDS. WM. J. Zieglerville Rd., Spring Mount, Pa. 1968 

ENDRISS, WM. C. .... . ... 29 Butler Blvd., Bawille, N.J. 1968 

FAUSAK. ROBERT E 50 Reservoir Ave., Jersey, N.J. 1968 

FELTON. ROBERT E 312 Berkshire Rd.. Fairless Hills, Pa. 1968 

FERGUSON. THOMAS W 35 Hancock St., Lansdale, Pa. 1966 

FERRARIO, REMY J 128 18th Ave., Scranton, Pa. 1966 

FETHERMAN. JOHN G .... Shawnee-on-Del, Pa. 1966 

FICCA. VINCENT G. 3-17 Summit Ave., Fairlawn, N.J. 1968 

FIELD. ROBERT D 129 Wright Ave., Pleasantville, N.J. 1967 

FIORETTI 142 Canterbury Road, Fairless Hills, Pa. 1968 

FISHER. STEVE F R.D. #1, Oley, Pa. 1966 

FISHEL. DOUGLAS G. 1317 Rogers Road, Bristol, Pa. 1966 

FISCHER. BRIAN H West Broadway and Ave. C. Haledon, N.J. 1967 

FITZGERALD, RICHARD A 108 S. Midway Ave., Feasterville, Pa. 1967 

FITZSIMMONS, WILLIAM J. _ 8 Dunnder Drive, Summit, N.J. 1967 

FLEMER, JOHN H Box 126 Holmdel, N.J. 1968 

FLOWERS, RICHARD A 2667 Northampton St., Easton, Pa. 1966 

FRANCHELLA. JOSEPH F., JR _ 16 S. James St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 1968 

FRECON, JERRY L R.D. #3, Boyertown, Pa. 1966 

FRIEMAN. ALAN R 1501 Juniper Road., Elkins Park, Pa. 1967 

FRIEND. JOHN W R.D. #1, Box 197 Marianna, Pa. 1968 

FUNKHOUSER, EDWARD A R.D. #1, Box, 197 Marianna, Pa. 1968 

FUNT, RICHARD C R.D. #1, Biglerville, Pa. 1968 

FUNT, RONALD E. R.D. #1, Biglerville, Pa. 1966 

FURMAN. EDWARD T 177 Strayer St., Johnston, Pa. 1968 

FUSTING, RICHARD M 4328 N. Charles St., Baltimore, Md. 1968 

GALVIN. BARRY F 2 Quay Road, Levittown, Pa. 1968 

GANSKY. CARL H 229 Walnut Hill Lane, Havertown, Pa. 1968 

GANT, PAUL N R.D. #1, Glassboro, N.J. 1967 

GARVEY. JOE D 2401 Ruby Drive. Harrisburg, Pa. 1968 

GEBHARDT. JACK E R.D. #3, Nazareth, Pa. 1968 

GEERKEN, RICHARD G 51 Brighton Rd., Worcester, N.Y. 1967 

GEMBE, CHARLES L R.D. #2, Yorks Springs, Pa. 1966 

GENSEMER, DONALD J 706 Linwood St., New Cumberland. Pa. 1968 

GERLACH, WM - 1731 Florida St., Westfield, N.J. 1967 

GIANARIS, JAMES G 98 Manor Lane, Willingboro, N.J. 1967 

GITHENS. JONATHAN E 208 Tenth Ave., Haddon Heights, N.J. 1967 

GLASER, MARK J. 1158 E. 14th St., Brooklyn N.Y. 1968 

GOLD. ROBERT A 660 Morton Ave., Franklin Square, N.W. 1968 

GOLDAN, BARRY K — - 1 Batesway, Westfield, N.J. 1968 

GOVER, BRUCE E 90 Welles St., Forty Fort, Pa. 1968 

GRANDE, JOHN A 21 Reed St., Edison, N.J. 1966 

GRATZ, BARRY J. 5871 Upland Way, Phila., Pa. 1966 

GRAY. JOHN C Box 57, Dublin, Pa. 1968 

GRAY. TERENCE J - Box 57, Dublin, Pa. 1968 

GRAY, HOWARD D Frontier Road, Dublin. Pa. 1966 

GREENE, JOATHAN H 106 N. Vendome Ave., Margate, N.J. 1967 

GREENSTEIN, RICHARD L 2123 Hartel St., Phila., Pa. 1966 

GREGORY. THOMAS M 2899 Street Road, Neshaminy, Pa. 1967 

GRUBE, CLIFFORD N Barker Roa'd, Wyncote, Pa. 1967 

GRUBB, BARRY J — — RD. #1, Hellertown, Pa. 1968 

GRYGO, THOMAS W. 1916 Mountain Top Rd., Somerville, N.J. 1966 

GURBARG, MICHAEK 583 Alburger St., Phila., Pa. 1968 

HALDEMAN, RICHARD S Box 107 A, Pittstown, N.J. 1967 

HANDWERK, GENE E R- 1, Germanville, Pa. 1966 

HANSEN, JOHN L 155 Harrison Ave., Highland Park, N.J. 1966 

HAPP JOHN M. Matthews Ave., New Britain, Pa. 1968 

HANTHORNE, BRUCE - 150 Old York Road, Chalfont, Pa. 1967 

HARRIS, CHARLES L 124 Lafayette St., Haddonfield, N.J. 1968 



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HARTEIS. GERALD J _ RD. #1. Ebensberg, Pa. 1968 

HASSELBAUER, ROBERT C __ 67-F New England Ave., Summit, N.J. 1968 

HASHES, PATRICK B. 1_ 278 Washington Ave., Pleasantville, N.Y. 1967 

HAWK, JOHN A. _ 25 E. Washington St., Stewartsville, N.J. 1968 

HAWKINS R \YMOND D. . — Worthington Mill Rd., Ivyland, Pa. 1968 

HAWRYSHCZUK, STANLEY ._.. - 4943 N. 12th St.. Phila.. Pa. 1968 

HAYES, JAMES H. Box 267 Montgomery Ave., Kulpsville. Pa. 1968 

HAYES. JOSEPH E. 2391 Riverside Terrace, Manasquan, N.J. 1968 

HAYMAN, DAVID T. .... _ 15 Wilkshire Road. R.D. #3, Doylestown. Pa. 1968 

HAZELTON, JAMES E St. Luke's Ave., Gladstone, N.J. 1966 

HELLER. PAUL - 2157 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 1967 

HEIL, RONALD F 32 Catherdral Ave., Nutley. N.J. 1966 

HENTOSH. DAVID D. 7127 Woolston St., Phila., Pa. 1967 

HERTIAGE, HOWARD R Harrisonville Road. Richwood, N.J. 1968 

HERSHBERGER. RODNEY L R- D - #L Everett, Pa. 1968 

HOAGLAND, GARWOOD R RD. #1. Catawissa, Pa. 1967 

HOCHBAUM. JEFFREY R.D. #12, Box 7, Frenchtown, N.J. 1968 

HODGE. DONALD R. R-D- #2, Pine Grove, Pa. 1967 

HOEK, EDWARD G. _. 117 E. Westfield Ave.. Roselle Park, N.J. 1966 

HOFSAESS, FRED R — 197 Chipmunk Hill. Mountainside. N.J. 1967 

HOLLOWBUSH. RANDY A Fleetwood, R.D. #1, Pa. 1968 

HOLZNAGEL, JON A. .... 109 Maruth Drive, Pittsburgh. Pa. 1966 

HOOPES C \LVIN B JR - - Walnut Run Road. Landenberg. Pa. 1968 

HOOVER. ROBERT E. _ R-D. #1, Box 18. Patton, Pa. 1966 

HOOVER LEON R. — 2035 West High. Haddon Heights, N.J. 1968 

HUANG. CHUNG C. 1 100 LaSalle St., New York City, N.Y. 1967 

HUBER. CHARLES F. 8 Sycamore Rd.. Levittown, Pa. 1968 

HUDDY, RONALD L R-D. #1, Clover Drive, Fairview. Pa. 1966 

HUFFMAN, SAMUEL J. .... Stoner Drive, R.D. #1. Middletown, Pa. 

HUGHES JOHN A. _ 271 E. Butler Ave., New Britain. Pa. 

HUNT, DOUGLAS R. I 482 Fairmount Ave., Chatham NJ. 1966 

IGLER. SCOTT T 81 Church St., New Milford, Pa. 1968 

IRWIN JOHN E. 300 Deanhurst Ave.. Camp Hill. Pa. 1968 

ISBRECHT JAY WM. "_ 1034 Seward Ave.. Westfield, NJ. 1968 

IVES, RICHARD T. .'. — 720 Pebble Hill Road, Doylestown, Pa. 1967 

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JAMES. RICHARD A 368 Chestnut. Kingston, Pa. 

JANSON, JOHN J 213 N. Lancaster Ave., Margate, N J. 

JANSON STEPHEN A. 600 W. Brigantine Ave.. Brigantine. NJ. 1968 

JAR VIS. RICHARD H. .... 412 Avondale. Haddonfield, NJ. 1968 

JENKES, VAUGHN A - I 3 Reynold St., Pittston, Pa. 196b 

JENNY BRUCE F. 526 Riverview Road, Pompton Lakes, NJ. 1968 

JERRELL GLENN D 2021 Wheaton Ave.. Millville. N J. 1968 

JOHNSON, DAVID H. R. ...... _ 112 Jefferson St.. So. Braintree. Mass. 1966 

JOHNSON. EDWARD L 31 Birch St.. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 1968 

JOHNSON, NELSON A. 29 Northfield Road. Fairfield. Conn. 1JOO 

JOHNSON. THOMAS J. ... ... 201 Carl Mackley Apt., "M" and Bristol Sts.. Phila.. Pa. 1967 

JON JEFFRY 321 Fairlamb Ave.. Havertown, Fa. 190/ 

JOSEPONIS, WILLIAM A. ...Z 1 76 Yale St.. Roslyn Heights. NY. 1967 

JULIUS. ROBERT G. I 468 Eden Road - Lancaster - " a - lJbb 

JUNSCH JOHN W _ 9810 Fort Hamilton Pkwy., Brooklyn, N.Y. 1967 

JURCHAK. PHILIP R-D- #1. 'Pittston. Pa. 1966 

KACHUR. MICHAEL E --- - 4425 Florida Ave.. Newtown Sq.. Fa. 196/ 

KAERCHER. TIMOTHY R Rt- #20. Bethlehem. Pa. 196, 

KALINA, VICTOR E. _ 334 Levinsohn PL. Englewood. NJ. 1968 

KALMBACHER. ROBERT S. Fairview Rd., R.D. #1. Chadds Ford. Pa. 1968 

KAMINSKY, MELVIN M 1547 River Road. Teaneck. NJ. 1966 

KANAME, ROY T. 2550 Church Road. Glenside. Fa. 1908 

KAUFMAN, CHARLES M Hollow Road, Skillman, NJ. 1967 

KEEN, GEORGE A 235 W; Pine St., Georgetown, Delaware 1967 

KEIM KEVIN L -- 115 Stewart St., Kearney, N.J. 1968 

KELLY RICHARD V '. - -- 3562 Queen St., Philadelphia 29, Pa. 1968 

RENTER. ALAN L. _1 828 Madison Ave., Plainfield, N J. 1966 

KENWORTHY WALTER J _ - 205 Green Brier Lane. Havertown, Fa. 196/ 

KEPPLER, WALTER G. _._'._ 814 Huntingdon Pike Hollywood, Pa. 1966 

KERR. ROBERT F 5 Yarmouth Lane Media, Pa. 1968 

KERR JAMES M - 2832 Sandyford, Phila., Pa. 196 / 

KEYSER. BRUCE G."_ -- 320 Twining Roa*d, Oreland, Pa. 1967 

KEYSER. JOHN W R-D- #2. Parkesburg Pa. 1967 

KIMMETT. JOHN A 56 Mohr Ave., Bloomlield, IN. J. 190/ 



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■mirnnnniT I pper Stump Road, Chalfont, Pa. 196/ 

KIRK.RORF.Rl 10?0TVooperRoad, Norristown, Pa. 1967 

KIRKWOOD, ROBERT W. ^ U/ F ^ p liihl(ltlpllia 20 . Pa . 1968 

KIRY,PAULR. --------- 4(HEastSprurrSi..lVrkasie,Pa, 1966 

KLEMENTISZ,L. WILLIAM, JR. rd #1 Mi W..lf. Pa. 1968 

KLINE, RICHARD M. ^ 8 Granite Terrace, Springfield, Pa. 1967 

KLINGER, MOBF.RT A. £j ,, ( „ ikfi ,, ( „„'„,. Pni l,. Pa . 1966 

KLING, PAUL JOHN ,,, RD #1 Ainit Pa . 196 8 

KNESTRICk. MAYNARD L. fil? Hooven s , |)inv; .., Pa . 1966 

KOES RICHARD M. MaeFarland Drive, Pittsburgh, Pa. 1966 

KOCH. RICHARD A. Thompsonvffle Rd., McMun , , NJ. 1968 

KOHUT. NICHOLAS J. 20 Birkshire Road, Trenton, N.J. 1966 

KOPrS , Wm B TH " - « tS St., Bloomsburv, NX 1968 

KK?2lSSK 240 Union St., Doylestown, Pa. 1967 

Sw A ITK RONA^ n S 7 1 Washington St.. Harrison, N.J. 1968 

KOWALIK, RONALD S. ... ■ g phn Pa 1968 

KRUPNICK, STEPHEN B. 5 Son Av ..Booton, N.J. 1967 

KUFTA. RORERT J. ----- 2 ,„Tlw t^ierPs 1967 

LAMMERS, HAN-JOLYON .... Brinton Lake Road, R.D. #5 West Chester. Pa. Ub 

LANDIS. DAVID T. .......... - W» Cleverly Roa ^™ter,P a. 96o 

LANGWICK. JOHN J. .... - 60 S. Manhenn Blvd New Polta, N.J 1*/ 

t norcTi rrDU»pnTM 6 Rutelev St.. Mt. Holly, 1N.J. i™° 

fw — 77 Westfieid Ave.. Elizabeth. N.J. 1967 

SnSfFW 81 Spruce St., Cranford,N.J. 1968 

LEBRET, GEORGE W. ~- *" „. v ^. rM lofifi 

t rr ir-nn nn\T 101 2KA Smoon-40, Chong-ro, Ku, Korea uoo 

SSS J. 1= ----- «« OearhrookB^ York Pa. 1968 

LITTON, WILLIAM G RD. #1. Phdhpsburg N. J. 1968 

LLOYD. DONALD E — R" D - # L Newvdle, Pa. 1968 

LOCKRIDGE. C. WILLIAM .... - 353 Center Ave Runnemere, NJ. 968 

LOUCKS, JAMES W ^ Spring Road Scotia, N_Y. 96, 

LOUGHLIN. PATRICK W. .... 5233 N Mascher St. Phila. , Pa. 1968 
_.„ R„,. in ^tV. Avp F.stel Manor. N.J. 1^0/ 



MacCRATE. JAMES R. ... — 20 Ridge Drive, Huntington State N.Y. 968 

MAGANJO. MWANGI ... Gathanga Vi la«. Fort Hall. Kenya 967 

MAHAFFEY, GEORGE S. _ 178 Maple Blvd.. Pawling. NY. 1966 

MANNS. WILLIAN T - 57 Lorgan Road. New Hope. Pa 1968 

MANNS. CHARLES J 57 Lorgan Road, New Hope Pa. . 



MANN. MICHAEL E. ..... 2 Woodbine Road. Kendall Park, NJ. 1968 

MANGANIELLO. RICHARD N. 10 Lewis D™, Randolph Mas . 968 

MARINO. GAETANO J _ 234 Oxford Circle, Norristown, Pa. 1966 

MARKLE, DAVID R. ........ - 5720 Wissahickon Ave., Phila., Pa. 1967 

MARSH. LARRY G 567 Harold Ave., Johnstown, Pa. 1967 

MARTIN. JOEL W 1056 Seneca Ave., Ridgewood, N.J. 1967 

MARTIN. JOHN M 1429 Olive Street. Scranton. Pa. 1968 

MAUGER. SCOTT W RD., Box 241, Woodbine, NJ. 1966 

MAURER, LUCIEN G 602 Country Club Lane. Havertown, Pa. 1966 

McCARTER. HENRY E 2014 Ford Road. Bristol, Pa. 1966 

McCAFFREY. JOHN F 16 Coral Lane, Clifton. NJ. 1967 

McCLELLAND. ROBERT W - 141 Myrtle St., Girard, Pa. 1967 

McGOVERN. ROBERT J 1839 Lower State Road, Chalfont. Pa. 1966 

McGOVERN, FRANCIS 64. North St., Bloomsburg, NJ. 1968 

McDUELL, CORDELIA G 1651 Wyoming St., Phila. Pa. 

McKIERNAN, MILTON C 2007 Hartel St., Phila., Pa. 1967 

McLAIN GLENN E. 4 Ellison Ave., West Orange, N J. 1966 

McNAMARA. WnXIAN J. ~ 132 Carlton Ave Jersey City NJ. 1968 

McNAUGHTON, JAMES Kresson Road, Cherry Hill, N J 1968 

MEDEIROS. JOSEPH W 16 E. Mulberry Ave., Pleasantville, N.J. 1967 

MEEKER. NEWTON 1 Bromley Drive, West Orange, N.J. 1967 

MELPOLDER FRANK F. 2 °8 Engle Drive, Wallingford, Pa. 1968 

MELLOR, FREDRICK A #7 DeCou Drive, Morrisville Pa. 1968 

MIKULANINEC. MICHAEL 109 Church St., Mahwah, N.J. 1966 

MILLER, ANDRE D R.D. #2, Airville, Pa. 1967 

MILLER. GEORGE L -- 558 Moreland Drive, Pittsburgh. Pa. 1966 

MILLER. WILLIAM F - B° x 76, Hohcong, Pa. 1968 

MILLER WILLIAM G. 109 Lakeview Dr., Lannonsburg, ra. 190 i 

MITCHELL, WILLIAMJ. .1 319 Rural Ave., Chester, Pa. 1967 

MOCK ROBERT K 415 Washington St., Royersford, Pa. 1968 

MORLEY, JAMES L~ ~~ Box 64, Newtown, Pa. 1967 



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MOROSKY. RONALD W .... 505 Privet Rd., Horsham, Pa. 1967 

MORRISON. MURDOCK K. . . - — — — Jrwmna, Pa. 1966 

MOORE. AUSTIN J. _ R ° utf ; 8 J> ^ banon ' . Co ™' "Jg 

MOUNTZ, KEITH ... 131 Ea* Ruth St, Rrf«omH, Pa. 1968 

MOYER. KERMIT S — Box 56. R D. #1. Harfej-sv.lle. Pa. 963 

MOWRER. MARK C. .... 106 Boiling Circle Chadds Ford. Pa. 966 

MOZZER. RAYMOND T 983 Main St Manchester Conn 968 

MROZICKE. NORMAN M. ... "^ * D " ^w ^ I' n" 968 

MULLEN. RAYMOND A. .... 206 Cosman St Westwood, NJ. 1968 

MULLE. ANTHONY H. ... 86-50 164th St. Jamaica NY. 966 

MUSCLE. ALBERT J. .... 24 North 7th St.. Highland Park. N.J 1966 

MUZYK. RONALD A. .... — — - 231 Ellis Ave., frenton. N.J. 966 

MUNSON. CURT - 5 Quackenbush Land Park Ridge N J. 1967 

MYERS. CLARENCE G. .... — — "T^ f^NT 963 

S c iohn r a chard E ■ " 519 ^l^StS Si Z 

NAGGIeTaN R. . -223 So. Main St.. North East. Md. 1966 

NFTVFRT STTIARTT 16 Westwood Road. Yonkers, NY. 1968 

SSSaS RANDALLK : 2422 D.v« Ave A,e„„dn,. V, 1067 

no™, mark a w : ^r*s £ £ ss 

SESrSSV" a 2459 T, TSE5ffiESlE: IS 

S«N1S t - 1201 Bethlehem Pike. Ambler. Pa. 1967 

P^TTF^ON CHART ES P ~ MS* Worthington Rd.. Phila.. Pa. 1968 

PATTf THOMAS S ~ -- 543 Elder Ave.. Phillipsburg. N.J. 1963 

M^32^SIh~ " —6 Eisenhower Drive. Malvern. Pa. 1966 

™ ,i° n P "• Box 90. Schurylerville. NY. 1967 

P^RHT WTT T TAM " One Vine St.. Waldwick. N.J. 1968 

Sfr R ANOfVI B- D - #2 - B - m Li ^° nier ' Pa - 1%8 

PERSON TYNNS 103 Mohawk Trail. Medford Lakes. N.J. 1967 

pSSr 'THOMAS R " Academ y St - ° xf ° rd ' NJ - W66 

PHEIFFER, THOMAS R. .... Dovlestown, Pa. 1967 

K™ n mE53£ I™ c„,»„bS |£2 k*, «.,. i«. 

PISCIOTTA. RICHARD J. Ch e Pa 1%6 

POMTF K 4 Tomf " ..: 304 Cleafrook St.. Lansdowne. Pa. 1967 

^^TninJn " - 1020 Fitzwater St.. Phila.. Pa. 1968 

POT^FR R AySdH :ZZZTl2 Prospect St.. E. Stroudsburg. Pa. 1968 

POTTER. RAYMOND H. ?2 ^ Road Sa , em NJ _ 1%8 

™St7t SKpHR" ::.;."1458 Mr. Ephraim Ave.. Camden. N.J. 1968 

pmr D t?FTT toK ~ 70 Willow Ave " N - Plainfield - V' ? It 

PRICKETT JOHN H. u Drf Southampton. Pa. 1968 

^ ? T nnSM A nS H - """" 2906 Harrison St.. Wall. N.J. 1968 

™ ONA LD W. ___ Limkiln pike Prospectvi lle. Pa. 1967 

2V SI'r RFNi^HN F 511 Salem-Quinton Rd.. Salem. N.J. 1966 

S£I n E p?TFR? " " 412 We^t Ave.. Jenkintown. Pa. 1967 

p^Sno J Tfmn M " :"-.- R.F.D. #3. Box 41. Mineral. Va. 1968 

SnK ~ CarversvilleRd.,Carversville,Pa. 1966 

pr Si^nFR r.AVin"A 207 Harvard Blvd.. Reading. Pa. 1968 

RllTFR ?CTER L " — - 706 West State St.. Coopersburg. Pa. 1967 

SSSm " " ..... 311 Front St., W. Easton. Pa. 1966 

SSS 1 """ '"" " - 215 Central Ave.. Lakewood. N.J. 1966 

KK^P- iZZ _ 118 Woodland Road, Wyncote, Pa. 1968 



SEIlfT^ - -- 118 W °° d M n R. #1. Souderton, Pa. 1966 

SnS^FORrFTR""'" """" -Aura Road. Richwood. N.J. 1966 

mPF HFRRFRT F 13986 Benner Drive. Novelty. Ohio 1968 

BasKK- : ^ r : he ^ ift ^' Byr f"id c Nj- ;%8 

RICHARDSON, RICHARD H. .... _ 277 Galyan Place Bergenheld NJ. 1968 

RITTER, FLOYD P _ &>*»» Run Rd Avondale Pa^ 968 

ROBERTSON, THOMAS G Marsh St., Harper Liberia 1968 

ROBBINS, III, BURTON S Box 96 Dorchester, NJ. 1968 

RODRIQUEZ, MANUEL .... - Box 19, San Felipe, Venezuela 1967 



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ROEDEL, RICHARD R. _. Star Route #2, Doylestown, Pa. 1966 

ROSE, EDWARD L. ... 10 Woodhill Dr., Maplewood, N.J. 1968 

ROSENBLATT, GARY . 70 Midland Blvd., Maplewood, N.J. 1967 

l!l PELL, JAY K. R.D. # 2, Washington, N.J. L966 

RUSHNOCK, ARTHUR J. 222 Ave. A, Latrobe. Pa. L968 

RUSSO, WAYNE S. Mt. Pleasant Ave., Ambler, Pa. L967 

RYND, CHARLES E., JR. 347 S. St. Marys St., St. Mans. Pa. L967 

SANDERS. MELVIN 8-09 Harrison Dr., Fairlawn, N.J. 1966 

SAZAMA, JAMES M. . 378 North Rd., Hampden, Mass. 1966 

SCHAUMLOEFEEL. ROBERT J. 517 Grier Ave., Elizabeth. N.J. 1967 

SCHUELLER. JOHN P. 5448 Hulmeville Rd., Cornwell Heights, Pa. 1967 

SCHIAZZA, JOSEPH F. . 32 N. Diamond St., Clifton His., Pa. L968 

SCHANTZ. ARLAND H. R.D. #1, Zionville, Pa., 1966 

SCHMOLKE. WILLIAM H. 27 Wilkshire Rd., Doyletown, Pa. 1968 

SCHULTZ. DAVID C. R.D. #2, Easton, Pa, 1966 

SCOTT. RICHARD EARL 182 Salem Road, Union, N.J. 196,", 

SCOYELL. DAVID I.. 5 Marion Court, Trenton, N.J. 1966 

SCHWARTZ. RAFAEL .... 162-01 Powells Cove Blvd., Hushing, N.Y. 1966 

SCHWACKE, CLIFFORD W. ... 928 N. Washington St., Greenbrook, N.J. 1968 

SELLERS, GEORGE E 5701 Green Pond Rd., Easton, Pa. 1967 

SEMENUIK, NICHOLAS B 281 Caldwell Ave., Paterson, N.J. 1968 

SERVICE, ROBERT S 4th and Jones Ave., West Point, Pa. 1968 

SHAEFFER, J. CHRISTOPHER ...... .... 632 Sandy Ridge Rd.. Doylestown, Pa. 1967 

SHAFFER. RICHARD T 1407 Old Beulah Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa. 1966 

SHANNON, RUSSELL S 2411 Cedar Lane. Drexel Hill, Pa. 1966 

SHIMP. ALAN W. R.D. #2, Canton, N.J. 1967 

SHISLER, GARY D. Llewelyn Rd., Chester Hts., Pa. 1966 

SINGLETON, T. WILLIAM . 144 Susquehanna, Lansdale, Pa. 1967 

SIMMONS, P. WALTER .. R.D. #2, Collegeville, Pa. 1967 

SIMMONS, SAMUEL M. R.D. #1, Mechanicsburg, Pa. 1967 

SIMPKINS. GERALD W. . . Cedar Lane, Burlington, N.J. 1968 

SINNER. CARL WM R.D. #1, Williamsport, Pa. 1968 

SIVEL. RICHARD F. .. P.O. Box 37, Penns Park. Pa. Special 

SLATE, JON L _ Chestnut Hill, Lebanon, Conn. 1967 

SMOLINSKI, ROBERT H. .... 846 Tabor Rd., Morris Plains, N.J. 1968 

SMITH, DARRY R. 1820 Park St., Harrisburg, Pa. 1967 

SMITH. DUNCAN G 320 S. Braddock Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 1966 

SMITH. RICHARD G Star Route 2. Shippensburg. Pa. 1968 

SPEAKMAN, THOMAS W. _ 19 Milton Drive, Yardley, Pa. 1966 

SPECKHALS, JOHN F 410 Sheffield Drive, Wallingford, Pa. 1967 

SPEAR, RODGER T New Britain Road, R.D. #3, Doylestown, Pa. 1966 

SPINELLA, DAVID G Landing Rd., Waterford, N.J. 1967 

SPRUNG. PAUL W 760 E. 10th St.. Brooklyn, N.Y. 1967 

STEELE. GEORGE B. Pocopson, Pa. 1967 

STENECK, GUSTAV B. _ 121 Engle St.. Tenafly, N.J. 1967 

STINSON, GLENN K 2222 Wharton Road, Glenside, Pa. 1967 

STOCKBRIDGE, DAVID A. Dugway Road, Clinton, N.Y. 1967 

STONACK. JOHN M 18 Harvard Rd., Cranford, N.J. 1966 

STOTSENBURGH, THOMAS . 530 North St., Doylestown, Pa. 1967 

STRAUB, WESLEY E 3055 S. 44th St., North Wales, Pa. 1968 

SULOFF, CHARLES E. _ _ R.F.D. #2, Mt. Joy, Pa. 1966 

SWETNICK, EDWARD S 27 Jane Drive, Englewood Cliffs. N.J. 1968 

SYLVANOVICH. JOSEPH A. .... 213 Cedar St., Exeter. Pa. 1968 

TANZOLA. VINCENT J 64 Elm Lane, Levittown, Pa. 1968 

TAYLOR, GEORGE R 3rd Ave. Shore Rd., Cape May Court House, Cape May, N.J. 1967 

TAYLOR. E. GILBERT Hacklebarney Rd., Long Valley, N.J. 1968 

TEMPLETON. ROBERT C 2650 N. 9th St., Phila., Pa. 1967 

THOMAS, JOHN A. 79 Norton Ave., Dallas, Pa. 1966 

THOMAS, JAMES E Box 461 Belvidere, N.J. 1966 

THOMPSON. JOHN F. R.D. #1, Wyalusing, Pa. 1968 

TIRSBEIR, PAUL W 1926 W. Broad St., Scotch Plains, N.J. 1968 

TOROK, STEVE A. Fowlers Mills, Chadon, Ohio 1968 

TOTH, EDWIN J 8 West Main St., Newville, Pa. 1967 

TOTTEN, RONALD V Ellisdale Rd., Allentown, N.J. 1968 

TRAINO. JOHN T. 246 Church St., Moorestown, N.J. 1968 

TRADEWELL, GEORGE E Derstine Rd.. Hatfield, Pa. 1968 

TRAZZERA, MICHAEL A _ 1736 Ritner St., Phila., Pa. 1968 

TREAT. DAVID W 113 Crooked Billet Rd., Hatboro, Pa. 1968 

TREMBLAY, GEORGE M 214 Jefferson Ave., Horsham, Pa. 1967 

TROUTMAN, MARTIN F __ Womelsdorf, Route 1, Pa. 

TSO, KWONG Y _ 3115 Broadway, N.Y., N.Y. 1967 



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TUCKE, ARTHUR L. 141 Gass Road. Pittsburgh, Pa. 1966 

TUCKMAN, RICHARD Y 101 Elderberry Drive. Levittown. Pa. 1968 

TITTLE. GEORGE G. ■.... Sheridan Ave., Vineland, X.J. 1968 

TYNER WILLIAM E 563 Bradford Ave.. Xeshamim , Pa. 1968 

ULRICH. GARY E. "24 S. 29th St., Harrisburg. Pa. 1966 

LfLRICH. XORMAX \. 306 W. Park Ave., Langhorne. Pa. 1968 

UMBEXHOWER. BARRY L. ... — 1112 Fern Ave.. Reading. Pa. 1968 

t NSELD, TERRY J RD. #1- Lake City, Pa. 1967 

I RNER, DAVID L 12 Main St.. Trappe. Pa. 1967 

V \I.DES. RICARDO .... Calle 39A #22-23 Bogota. Columbia, S.A. 1967 

Y VNESCHAK, JOHN N 136 Brace St., Perth Amboy. N.J. 1966 

VAN TEYENS. ROGER 657 Stonetown Road. Ringwood. N.J. 1968 

VAX TEYENS. ROY 136 Second Ave.. Little Falls. N.J. 1967 

VETREXO. PAUL W. +1" Lake Road. Wyckoff. N.J. 1967 

VITELLI. FRANCIS A Ramey Road. Middlesex, N.J. 1968 

VI \Z\Y. JOHN R. 3743 Burns Road. Huntingdon Valley. Pa. 1966 

W AGNER. LEE A. 4715 Freemansburg Ave.. Easton. Pa. 1966 

WALKER. 1R V 99 Troop Ave.. New Brunswick, N.J. 1967 

WALSH. HARRY S 60 Petunia. Willingboro, N.J. 1968 

WALTON. MICHEAL P 1133 Beechwood Ave.. Lansdale, Pa. 1967 

WASHKO. DAVID E. 10 Canoebirch Road. Levittown. Pa. 1967 

WATERS. JOHN J. 1427 Cleveland. Woodburv. N.J. 1968 

WATKIXSOX. JAMES L 200 Arbor St.. Cranford. N.J. 1967 

WEISEL, GEORGE W. ... R.R. 1, Box 237. Perkasie. Pa. 1967 

WEISER. DONALD J. - 120 3rd St.. Feasterville. Pa. 1967 

WELLINGS, LAWRENCE E Kintersville. R.D. #1. Pa. 1968 

WETZEL, HENRY C ----- 22 Browning. Merchantville, N.J. 1967 

WHITESELL. LARRY _ 2 Shadv Road. Camp Hill. Pa. 1968 

WHITMAN. ROBERT F 160 Main St.. Linfield. Pa. 1968 

WIEZAViCH. ANTHONY G ----- R.D. #4. Tunkhannock. Pa. 1968 

WILFINGER. WILLIAM W R.D. #1, Center Valley, Pa. 1967 

WILLIAM. JAMES W 40 Meadow Lane. Levittown. Pa. 1967 

WINNER, WAYNE M. Centerton Road. Moorestown. N.J. 1968 

WOLFE. MARK A 273 South St.. Northampton. Mass. 1967 

WOOD. STEPHEN J 630 Pomona. Haddonfield. N.J. 1968 

WOODS. WALTER E R.D. #1. Perkiomenville. Pa. 1966 

WORCESTER. MARK C. 530 Ryders Lane. E. Brunswick. N.J. 1968 

YEAGER. LEO A 211 N. Haverford Ave.. Margate. N.J. 1968 

YEDINAK. DAVE A Cedar Drive. New Britian. Pa. 1968 

YOUNG. ALEX R 139 Sycamore Ave.. Livingston. N.J. 1967 

YOURGALITE. RAY A . ..... 40 Pancoast Ave.. Green Ridge. Pa. 1968 

YOUNG. LESLIE K 613 Fountain St.. Phila. Pa. 1967 

ZACCHEO, VINCENT J 4109-Ust St.. Long Island City, N.Y. 1966 

ZEEK. ROBERT A .. _ Mac-Spar Drive. Dover. N.J. 1966 

ZEHNER. PIERCE S Nescopeck. R.D. #1. Pa. 1968 

ZEHXDER. CHARLES H. ..... _ Perry Highway, Wexford, Pa. 1968 

ZEINER. RONALD N 307 N. 7th St.. Harrisburg. Pa. 1967 

ZELLEY. ROBERT A. ... _ _ Springfield Road. Wrightstown, N.J. 1966 

ZICH. HILARY E. . .. 8 N.Y. Ave.. Flemington. N.J. 1966 

ZWAFF, ALLAN M 14 BlackweU Ave., Hopewell, NJ. 1968 

AXDERSOX. KIRK EDWARD 229 Sherman St.. Perth Ambov. X.J. 

BEIL. THOMAS A. 3623 Jacksenwald Ave.. Reading. Pa. 

BLOCK. ROBERT PAUL ..... 1117 Rock Creek Dr.. Wvncote. Pa. 

BRUGGER. ROBERT A. _ "Stone Hedge" R.D. #3. Quakertown. Pa. 

FERLAUTO. DAVID A RT). #2. Box 190. Perkasie. Pa. 

GEIGER III. GEORGE ANDREW _ 868 Hollywood Circle. Willingsport. Pa. 

GLUCK. ETHAN DAVID _ .... 225 Howard. Elberon. N.J. 

GREEXBERG. RICHARD S. 7753 Green Valley Rd.. Wvncote. Pa. 

GRISCOM. RICHARD ARTHUR R.D. #1. Salem. X.J. 

HARTMAX. JERRY H. 9-04 Dewev PL. Fairlawn. N.J. 

HILLMAN. RICHARD .. _ Wood St.. Mahopac, N.Y. 

IRWIN. LOUIS RANDOLPH .. . 2404 Longview Dr.. Coatsville, Pa. 

Ma. \ AIR. TERRY ALAN Chalfont. Pa. 

McCORRY. ROBERT JOSEPH Woodland Dr.. Brewster, N.J. 

McNL X. RICHARD HUNT 102 Oakview Dr.. Lexington, Va. 

MURRAY III. ALBERT FRANCIS. 400 Hillbrook Lane. Washington. D.C. 

RINGWALD. JOHN C 62 Stuart Ave.. Malvern, N.Y. 

ROTH. RONALK GEORGE . 174 Mershel St.. Feasterville. Pa. 

SANTANGELO. CHARLES JAMES 347 E. Main St.. Norristown. Pa. 

VALVO, JACQUELINE A. 26 Pleasant Lane. Levittown, Pa. 

VARANO. WILLIAM JOSEPH 147 Rod Street. Tamajua, Pa. 

WE1SSER. JOANNE CHRISTINE Knapp Rd., R.D. #1, Lansdale, Pa. 



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ALUMNI PATRONS 



Charles Abrams '16 

Gary F. Barrick '64 

Joseph Berman '24 

Ely Bernhard 

Elivin Bilslcy 

Allan H. Blitz '28 

Harold Bloom "28 

Mitchell Brauman '23 

Alex Burchuk 

Benjamin Bush '33 

Arthur A. Carrier '17 

William G. Clancy '50 

Mr. George Cotrell 

E. Walter Coward Jr. '58 

Martin Coyne 

Robert H. Denlinger 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dobrowolski 

Memory of Sylvan D. Einstein 

Joe Factor '20 

James K. Fee 

Baron C. Feldmar 

Lewis I. Fox 

Charles Garment '34 

Herbert Goldich 

Nathan Golub '17 

Jack Goodman '31 

Jack Gross '21 

Samuel L. Miller 

Harry M. Harris 



M. Peter Hoffman '63 
Mr. Robert A. Hoffner '64 
Raymond Hoppaugh '64 
Henry G. Kelty 
Elmer Klein, M.D. 
Curtis W. Loser '43 
H. Ralph Lovett 
Joseph Liebernick 
Ronald Liggett '60 
James Lipari '53 
Jack Malkin '23 
Irving H. Marcus 
Peter Matcovich '34 
Kenneth B. Mayer '25 
Herbert M. Meyers '34 
Sidney J. Michael, V.M.D. 
Ira Mills 

Mr. Nathan Moser '32 
Jerry Mulnick '61 
T. A. Napier '64 
M. B. Novin 
Keith S. Peterson 
Chester W. Raught 
Jack Robbins '19 
Sheldon Rosenmarin 
Leon Rosenzweig '29 
Louis M. Rubinoff 
Michael Sampson 



Bernard M. Savage 

Michael J. Scheier 

Frank Scheirer '51 

Benjamin Schnall '38 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gordon 

Seigel and Family '58 
J. Edward Seipp 
Jeffery Serotkin 
Thomas J. Sexton Jr. '64 
William Shechter 
Irving Smith 
George P. Smith '32 
Richard E. Stein 
Kiax King Steinberg '28 
Issac Stern 
Richard Strimel 
Richard D. Swackhamer 
Leon J. Thompson '64 
Mr. Frank E. Torning 
Herman B. Trichon 
Fred H. Weigle '14 
Jacob Weiner '32 
Harry Weissman '29 
William B. Welling Jr. 
John W. Wolford '34 
Morris Wolfson 
Jack Zelanko '22 



SENIOR PARENTS PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. Walter Abb 
Mr. and Mrs. John Albrecht 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Albert 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Amorin 
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Andrews 



Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Andrews 
Mr. and Mrs. Edger G. Brown Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Cantliffe 
Helen and Rocco Chickillo 
Mr. and Mrs. George Croushore 



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Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomas Currey 
Mr. and Mrs. Howell W. Dalrymple 
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Dunn Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. Gerity 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gommel 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Gural 
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Harner 
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Hawlc 
Mr. and Mrs. Merwin H. Horner 
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Hotchkiss 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Kavanagh 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kinney 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Kronen 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lindemann 
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce F. Mason 
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Middleton 
Mr. and Mrs. James Morelock 
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Morrow 
Mr. and Mrs. James X. Muldowney 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Myroniuk 



Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Neivert 

Mr. and Mrs. Abe E. Olinsky 

Frank and Marcella O'Sullivan 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin M. Sauer 

Mr. and Mrs. John Scott 

Mr. George Shelly 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sills 

Dr. and Mrs. Manning B. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd C. Smith 

Mrs. Florence Snyder 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony M. Spinelli 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Arthur Stanford 

Mr. and Mrs. William Stock III 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Traviss 

Mrs. Anna B. Vincent 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wallrapp 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilk 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Witmer Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Zonay Sr. 



BUSINESS PATRONS 



Bargers Chicken House 
Bob's -Barber Shop 
Carroll's Jewelers 
Continental Coffee Co. 
Country Side Inn 
Don Sands Shoes 
Doylestown Body Works 
Doylestown Hobby Shop 



Doylestown Lumber and Millwork Co. 

Doylestown Taylor 

George W. Coulton & Sons 

Herbert Leathermans Market 

Histands Drive-In Barber Shop 

J. Harold Kelly 

Keystone Motors 

Landes Chevron 

Maddox Photography Studio 



Media Lawn Equipment 
National Sugar Refining Co. 
Penn Jersey Auto Stores 
Trenton China Pottery Co. Inc. 
Ugite Gas Inc. 
Volk Tire Corp. 
Warrington Motel 
Water Wheel Inn 



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PARENT PATRONS OF UNDERCLASSMEN 



Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Almen 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred O. Anderson 

Fred C. Auwarter 

Mr. and Mrs. George S. Balcley 

Mr. and Mrs. Steve W. Baluch 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Bayda 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon R. Becker 

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Benner 

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bevan 

Col. and Mrs. Arthur P. Bills 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S. Blew Sr. 

Capt. and Mrs. William W. Blood 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Bohl Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Borden 

Mrs. Ralph C. Brenneman 

Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Brockley 

Joseph A. Brodzik Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Bronnenkant 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bross Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Brubaker 

Mr. L H. Bull 

Mr. Arthur Buzen 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Q. Byrd 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Caravella 

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Carlsen 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W. Carlson 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Cashman 

Mr. and Mrs. James Cassara 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chisnell 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Ciani 

Charles Clark and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Collins Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Conroy Jr. 

Mr. Raymond R. Conseur 



Mr. and Mrs. John F. Cooney 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Corbin 

Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Craig 

Mr. and Mrs. Arno Dietze 

Mrs. Robert Dilks 

John E. Dodson 

Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Donner 

Mr. and Mrs. August Dotterweich 

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dougherty 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Dynscombe 

Mr. and Mrs. Delbert M. Elam 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Elstrodt 

Mr. and Mrs. Remy Ferrario 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fioretti 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Flowers 

Herman Frieman, M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. William H. Fusting 

Mr. and Mrs. Sterling S. Funt 

Mr. and Mrs. Sterling S. Funt 

Hilda R. Sansky 

Mr. and Mrs. Joe V. Garvey 

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gebhardt 

Frederick and Ella Geerken 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Glaser 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gold 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gold 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Gray 

Mr. and Mrs. George S. Greene 

Herman A. Hasseibauer 

Mr. and Mrs. George B. Hawes 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Hawk 

Mr. and Mrs. W. E Hayes 



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Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hazelton 

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hegeman 

Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hoagiand 

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hoek 

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Holznagel Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Calvin B. Hoopes Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoover 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Howell 

Mr. and Mrs. Po-Wen Huang 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Huffman Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Isbrecht 

Mr. and Mrs. Hillard C. Jarvis 

William Jerrell Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick O. Jenny 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. R. Johnson Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Joseponis 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederic S. Julius Sr. 

Milton Kalina and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Kalmbacher 

Sadie Kaminsky 

Joseph Kelly 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Keppler 

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Kerr Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Keyser 

J. Lawrence Keyser Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kirkwood 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kiry 

Mr. and Mrs, John Koes 

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Kohut 

Mrs. Virginia A. Korbobo 

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kufta 

Mr. and Mrs. George Langwich 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lewis 



B. Elizabeth Lloyd 

Mr. and Mrs. William Lockridge 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lulka 

Rev. and Mrs. R. B. MacDonald 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mahaffey 

Mr. and Mrs. N. Manganiello 

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Martin 

Mrs. Aron Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Mauer 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCarter 

Mr. and Mrs. James McKiernan 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter McNamara 

Atty. Lindley McClelland 

Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Meeker 

Marie M. Mellor 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Melpolder 

Mr. and Mrs. John Mikulaninec 

Murdock and Mary Morrison 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Mowrer 

Dr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Mozzer 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Mullen 

Mr. and Mrs. Curt P. Munson 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Muscle 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Neimann 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon K. Niemczyk 

Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Neivert 

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Norci Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Numemaker 

Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius N. O'Brien 

Helen Odenwald 

C. M. Palmerio 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Peterson 

Mrs. Emma E. Peiffer 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Pisciotta Sr. 

Elizabeth Polito 



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Mr. and Mrs. Norman Potter 
Dr. and Mrs. John A. Prickett 
Mr. and Mrs. Hercules Quintavalle 
Mr. and Mrs. C. Fraser Reichner 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Reifsnyder 
Mr., and Mrs. George Renner 
Mr. and Mrs. George Reuter 
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Rich 
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rose 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Rupell 
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sanders 
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Herbert E. Sarver 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schaumloeffel 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Schultz Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. N. Schwartz 
Mr. and Mrs. George Scovell 
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Sellers Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Service Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford B. Shaffer 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Sinner 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Glenn Smith 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smolinski 
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Speakman 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Spinella 
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Sprung 
Mr. and Mrs. George Steele 
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Stinson 
Mr. and Mrs. John Stonach 



Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas 

Robert and Helen Tirsbier 

Mr. and Mrs. George Tradewell Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Traino 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Trazzera 

Arthur F. Tucke 

Mr. and Mrs. Colton M/ Tuttle 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Tyner 

Mr. and Mrs. Atlee Umbenhower 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Unseld 

Mr. and Mrs. N. Van Teyens 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Van Teyens 

P. Van Reisen 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence N. Watkinson 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Walton 

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Weisel 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Wetzel 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B. Winner 

Mr. and Mrs. B. Conley Worcester Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. G. Yedinak 

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie K. Young 

Clara Young 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Zaccheo 

Mr. and Mrs. P. Stanley Zehner 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Zehnider 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Zelley 

Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Zwaaf 



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BOOSTERS 



Barry Umbenhower 

James W. Williams 

Robert Hoover 

Fran and Jeff 

Jay Norek 

Tony 

Edward Swetnick 

Laimonis Drukovskis 

Bob Sills 

Bob Mock 

Wade Traviss 

"Dal" 

Keith Mountz 

Dave Stockbridge 

Connie 

David Bray 

John 

Roger Van Teyens 

Steve Torok 

Curt Munson 
Archie Cherie 
Jim Jeanne 
Dennis and MaryAnn 
Dennis and Mary Ann 
E. George Brown III 
Mike and Debbie 
Tom Muldowney 
Katie Muldowney 



Mike Muldowney 

Ann Muldowney 

Randy Hollowbush 

Scott Igler 

Tom O'Conner 

Richard Jarvis 

Bob Clements 

Lucien Maurer 

Martin Troutman 

Bob Fausak and Bill Endriss 

M.E.N. Extraordinary 

John Thompson 

Jack and Judy 

Leroy Bull 

Bronson and Martha 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schmidt 

Doris and Bob 

Nick Semeniuk 

Jeff Morelock 

Jim Dandy Holsteins 

Dan and Beth 

Bill Joseponis 

Steve 

David Spinella 

Jay and Rosemary 

Bob Whitman 

Ed and Janet 

Ed Carlson 



Mystic Maid 

Co-Chairman of Farmhouse 

Tom Lewandoski 

Bruce Jenny 

Vic Kalina 

Mel Sanders 

Gill Taylor 

Leon Hoover 

Steve Battershell 

Gerhardt M. LaPresta 

Thompson McMillan 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boheim 

Gene Fishel 

David B. Korbobo 

Paris— 208 Cooke 

Mr. and Mrs. James Haines 

Dr. and Mrs. F. T. Cope 

Robert J. Kufta 

Tom and Nancy 

Lloyd K. Clayton 

Mike Bausher 

Vince and Gail 

B-z-z-z-z-z-z 

Heman Witmer 

Bill Croushore 

Floyd Ritter 

Joe 

Roy Van Teyens 



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Pam and Ron 
Bill Eick 

George Corless 
Burt S. Robbins III 
George Tiefenthaler 
Corwin and Gretta 
E. Lee Lindemann 
Mike and Diann 
Vaugan Jenkes 
Charles E. Suloff 
Rodney Hershberger 
Robert Connolly 
Charles Huber 
Joe Predpelski 
Ronald Kowalir 

Charles H. Zehnder Jr. 
John Harrison 
Sophs are Creeps 

"Skip" 22 

"The Roomates" 15 Wolfson 

Roland Bergner 

Dennis and Ellen 

Jay and Arland 

Phil and Gene 

Co-Chairman of the Farmhouse 



Joe Hayes 

Steve "I 14" 

"II" 

Scotty and Judy 

Dave Scovell 

Merane Farm 

Richard Funt 

Herbert E. A. Rice III 

Al Neimann 

Jose' C. Trelles 

Gail is the Greatest 

Mark 214 

Bob Kalmbacher 

214-215 Cooke 

Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer 

Robert McClelland 

James Hazelton 

Billy and Nancy 

Cassie and Jay 

Terry Unseld 

Jim and Monica 

Louis and Fred 

Lois and Fred 

Don Gensemer Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Wilfinger 



I'm minus one dollar 

Dennis Burd 

Corwin and Maynard Knestrick 

Fred Hotchkiss '65 

My Girl Gail— R. G. 

Dave Schultz 

Randel Peiffer 

Jerry Frecon 

Kevin Dolan 

Stonacks Poly Pony 

Mwangi Maganjo 

Leslie K. Young Jr. 

Tiny Joe and Sue 

Barclay Hoopes 

Randy Nunemaker 

Rock-A-Wood Holsteins 

Gerald Simpkins 

Sam Huffman 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Slember 

Mr. and Mrs. Karl W. Bergner 

Jim and Alberta 

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Riverside, Calif. 



ercantile ]Press,Enc. 

** ^Printers » 

Photo-Offset Lithography 

1427 Ridge Avenue 

Philadelphia 30, Pa. 

S. EDWARD RUDLEY POplar 5-1901 



Compliments of 

MERZ-BROWN CO. 

2020 Chestnut St. 
Phila.. Pa. 19103 




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rut 



Soctery 





The 




Compliments of the 


Best 




DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE 


at 




GLEE CLUB 


Its 
Best 

EDS DINER 








AMERICAN SOCIETY 


Franklin and State St. 




OF AGRONOMY 


Doylestown, Pa, 




Delaware Valley Chapter 




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BILL'S SHELL SERVICE 

Route 202 and Lafayette Street 
Doylestown, Pa. 
348-2800 



KERSHNER'S PHARMACY 

Joseph H. Kershner, Ph.G. 
348-4666 Doylestown, Pa. 




ROGER W. KRAUT 

JEWELERS 

WATCH— CLOCK— JEWELRY 

REPAIRING 

31 W. State St. Doylestown, Pa. 




RUDOLPH'S 
ARMY & NAVY STORE 

HEADQUARTERS 

FOR 

Work and Dress Clothing; Shoes 
Footwear, Camping Equipment 

348-5230 Main and Oakland Streets 
Doylestown, Pa. 

S & H GREEN STAMPS 



PEARLMAN'S 

R.C.A. T.V. Record Players 

Musical Instruments 

34 S. Main St. Doylestown, Pa. 



BAR-M-DRIVE IN 

Rt. 202, I Mile E. Doylestown 
STEAKS SHAKES PIZZA 
Take Out Service Call 348-5844 



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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY 


Compliments of 


CLUB 

1 1 


ROBERT H. LIPPINCOTT 


' !' ' 


REALTOR f 


Van- 


INSURANCE Ph ° ne: Flllm ° re 8 - 50 ' 2 

APPRAISALS l6 Wesf State Street 

Doylestown, Pa. 


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O CHAPTER ^ 


NATIONAL BLOCK 


SOIL CONSERVATION 


AND 


SOCIETY 


BRIDLE CLUB 


OF AMERICA 


DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE 









D.V.C. STUDENT STORE 



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W. J. NYCE'S 



&HYC 




SHOE STORE 

"The Home of Nice Footwear" 
West and State St. — Doylestown, Pa. 



KENNY'S NEWS 
AGENCY 

Books . . . Magazines 

Newspapers 

17 W. State St. Doylestown, Pa. 



GARDY'S 

Books • Stationery • Printing 
Main and State Street 

Doylestown, Pa. 
TELEPHONE: 348-5284 



Mobilgas' 



Washing — Lube 



SMITH'S MOBIL 
SERVICE STATION 



W. E. SMITH 
Prop. 



Phone FIL 8-9389 
Nite 345-9817 



Compliments 

ELY'S CLOTHIERS 

Doylestown, Pa. 



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THE CLASS 

OF 

1966 



Congratulates 

the Class 

of 

1965 



'OUT, OUT . . . 



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GERM FRI 







. . . DAMNED SPOT!' 

—SHAKESPEARE 




The Class of '67 



Compliments of 

DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE 
BAND 

Marching Symphonic Concert 



Would Like to 
Congratulate 
the Class of 65 



NYCE PLANING MILL CO. 

Everything to Build Anything 

N. Franklin Street 
Doylestown, Pa. 

PHONE 348-3576 



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SCIENCE SOCIETY R 



CONTI'S 
CROSS KEYS INN 

Doylestown, Pa. 



Congratulations 
to the 

CLASS OF 1965 



The 




'She'll Always Remember 'A'-Day.' 




1965 "A'-DAY 
COMMITTEE 



STYER'S NURSERIES 

Is prepared to serve you 

with Ornamental Plants and Landscape 

Service. Call one of our Delaware 

Valley graduates, Norman Hedrick 

and Alan Berry. 

Tel: GLobe 9-2400 
SYcamore 8-6644 

Concordville. Pa. 



DIEGES & CLUST 

Manufacturing Jewelers 

One Wynnewood Rd. 
Wynnewood, Pa. 

Rings; Pins; Medals; Charms 
Trophies 



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Compliments of the 

HORTICULTURE SOCIETY 



Best wishes to the Graduating Class. Compliments 
of Samuel M. Golden, Class of '22 and President of 
The Amburgo Company, Inc., Phila., Pa. Plants: 
Hope, Indiana, Fresno, California. 



CEDAR LANE 
FARM 

J. Seward Johnson, Owner — Oldwick, New Jersey 
Leon Snyder, Manager George Harner, Herdsman 

OUR PROVEN SIRE PROGRAM 

At Cedar Lane our policy is to use only the highest quality 
plus-proven sires we can find. Our program has included 
generous use of OSBORNDALE IVANHOE (SM-E) and we 
feel fortunate in having 25 of his daughters — 12 in milk. 
Recent reports indicate that 229 daughters of Ivanhoe 
average 14,880 3.86 574 with an increase of 779 lbs. M and 
37 lbs. F over their dams. He has 9 "Excellent" offspring. 

Here Is How Our Herd Rates 

OUR PRODUCTION 

15,342 4.1% 635 

OUR HERD INCLUDES 

4 "Ex"-7 "VG" & 19 "GP" 

Herd CALF VACC— CERT.— ACC. 



Congratulations 

and 

Best Wishes 



Alice 
Mary B 
Virginia 
Vi 
Flossie 



Marlis 
Helen 
Marge 
Freddy 



Marion 

Jean 

Judy 

John 

Beverly 



ED'S DINER 



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DELAWARE VALLEY COLLEGE 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

NFS ALUMNI FOUNDATION 



Join in extending congratulations and best 
wishes to the Class of 1965. We look forward 
to your cooperation in support of your Alma 
Mater and your continued interest in this 
association. 



The purpose of the Foundation is to be of 
assistance to our Alma Mater. Each college 
graduate is invited to participate in the 
accomplishment of these aims. Annual dues 
are $5.00, Life Membership is $125.00. 




1968 



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Compliments of the 




PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 

Serving 

Publications and Student 
Needs 

Pres. R. H. SMITH '65 




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