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DEDICATION 




We, the members of the class of 1976, dedicate this 
yearbook to two of the most wonderful women we have 
come to know during our stay at Delaware Valley College. 
They have served us without question above and beyond 
the call of duty. Aside from performing their duties in 
the offices of Dean of Student's and Assistant Dean of Stu- 
dents, Mrs. Gloria Faaet and Mrs. Shirley Finnie have 
many times been the mother away from home all of us 
have needed at some time in our college career. 

Mrs. Gloria Faaet a mother of two children, graduated 
from Olney High School, Pierce Business School and the 
University of Pennsylvania where she was enrolled in a 
"Supervisory Course in Handling of Workers. " She has been 
employed by companies such as Prudential Life Insurance, 
Metropolitan Life Insurance, Bucks County Bank and 
Trust and finally, has been employed here at Delaware 
Valley College for the past eight years in the Dean of 
Students Office. Mrs. Faaet is President of the Women's 
Society of the Chalfont Methodist Church where she is also 
a Sunday school teacher, and Cub Scout leader. She has 
also been active in the Cancer Society, Red Cross, and is 
Vice President of the Central Bucks P.T.A. 

Mrs. Shirley Finnie a mother of two children and a 
grandmother of three, graduated from Frankford High 
School, Temple University School of Business and the 
Charles Price School of Advertising and Journalism. Mrs. 
Finnie also received a degree from Drexel University in 
Mechanical Engineering. In the past, she has been em- 
ployed by Rohm and Haas, and was Secretary to the 
President of Pack-Rite Company. Mrs. Finnie has been 
quite active in several social and volunteer organizations 
including the American Red Cross, the Bucks County 
4-H Program and is an active member of the United 
Methodist Church. 

To you, Mrs. Faaet and Mrs. Finnie, we say Thank 
You! We Love You! 



MRS . GLORIA FAAET 




MRS . SHIRLEY FINNIE 



Members of the Graduating Class of 1976: 

1 will try not to use any mundane or meaningless words to thank you for the dedication of the 1976 Year- 
book. You have shown by this dedication great respect, appreciation, and affection for Mrs. Finnie and me. 

You, the Class of '76, have also gained our admiration, respect, and love. I cannot deny that you have 
been a demanding class. You demanded all available knowledge and honest answers to your questions. How- 
ever, you accepted your responsibilities willingly, and gave your talents and time to the functions of Student 
Government, club activities and even reached out to help the Doylestown community! ! 

As for my help, in whatever small way it may have been, I can only say that you were so like my own 
son and daughter that had I not shown you every consideration and "walked an extra mile" at times, then, 
surely, I would not only have failed you, but also my own children as well. 

We will miss you! Return to Delaware Valley College and enrich our lives with your accomplishments! 

Sincerely, 

(Mrs) Gloria Faaet, Secretary 
Dean of Students' Office 



Members of the Class of 1976: 

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to wish you a life of accomplishment and personal fulfillment. 

It seems as if your stay at Delaware Valley College began only yesterday and now as you stand at the 
threshold of a new phase of life, I hope you will look back with fond memories. 

An education is many things! Your years at Delaware Valley College have been active ones, filled with 
opportunities to work, to learn, to explore, to question and, above all, to think independently in your drive 
for self-development. During the past four years, we watched you adjust. . .we saw you grow. . . and now we 
are confident each of you is ready to meet the new challenges of life in the true "Aggie" spirit. 



Best wishes in all your endeavors. 



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SENIOR CLASS 
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Fellow Classmates 

Upon us has come 
but few have sensed i 
period for reflecting 
looking toward a 

Reminiscing I 
ories of experiences — 
that are the very essenc 
unique. Such experiences as these, which were integral 
parts of our lives, have shaped our characters into what 
we are today. 

For many this marks the end of a formal education 
and the beginning of a practical one. For others, this is 
but one step in a journey toward a higher degree. Which- 
ever the case, I'm sure that these last four years will be 
carried in our treasured memories for the duration of our 
lives. 

Our brief period here has given us much, but most 
of all, Del Val has bestowed upon us something which no 
one can take from us. . . Knowledge. Now it's our turn to 
use that which has been given us to its fullest. Wherever 
our separate paths lead us, let us not lose sight of our 
goals which have carried us this far, for now they are ours 
for the asking. But, life is a rough road; nobody promised 
us otherwise. The knowledge, maturity, and responsibil- 
ity acquired at Del Yal have given us the capacity to 
travel it. 

We are at a high point in our lives and those stars 
we've been reaching for are closer now than they ever 
have been. 

To each of you go my deepest hopes for a happy and 
prosperous life. 

Yours truly, 

Gary R. Seckinger 
Class of '76 




CLASS OFFICERS 





AGRONOMY « 




DR. JULIAN PRUNDEANU, M.S., Ph. D. 

Chairman: Agronomy Department 

Professor of Agronomy -^_. _ , _ + 




TO THE CLASS OF 1976 



Congratulations to all of you for 
successfully completing your un- 
dergraduate education and best 
wishes for the years ahead! Let 
the Bicentennial anniversary be an 
inspiration to your determination 
to do your share in shaping not 
only your own future but also the 
future of your fellow man. . . 

Dr. Julian Prundeanu, Chairman 
Agronomy Department 








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DR. WILLIAM PALKOVICS, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Agronomy 




MR. BOYDCHERINC, B.S., M.S. 
Associate Professor of Physical Sciences 



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MR. FREDT. WOLFORD, B.S. 
Assistant Professor of Agriculture 




MR. J. KEMMERER, B.S., M.S. 
Instructor in Agronomy 



MR. DONALD CLAYCOMB, B.S., M.A. 
Professor of Agriculture 




JOSEPH MCCLOSKEY 



SAMUEL MATECHAK 




MICHAEL MATTHEWS 



WILLIAM MIRANDA 




BRYON REILLY 



RALPH SALBER 







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SAMUEL MATECHAK 
To Juanita for her understanding — 
Baseball — Wrestling in the dorm-- 
Ralph and Frank. Heading home 
on weekends. Dr. P. Special 
thanks to Mom and Dad for mak- 
ing my education possible. 

BYRON REILLY 

"What's the password?" Organic, 

public defender— Frank — Ippulac- 

nac--Moosehair--Cassel--Yogi 

and BooBoo— kern— J. P. G.B. ~ 

Lespedza-a — a — Stoffler — Happy 

Harry — "Budah" 4-great years. 

RALPH MATHEW SALBER 
Frank and Sam--Ulmann II boys — 
Weekends in Philly--2lst Birthday 
party — Orchard parties—Finally a 
corner Room—False alarm at 3 
a. m. — working, hunting, and 
studying. Good luck to all the 
great people I've come to know 
here at D.V.C. during 4 well 
spent years. Thanks to all my 
good buddies. Special thanks to 
Mom and Dad and my two 
brothers. 

ROBERT SEAROCK 
Night of March 23, 1973— Pent- 
house—orchard parties— Rise and 
Fall of "Riddle" and "French Wiz- 
ard"— Big Bertha and Her Obscene 
Rock n" Roll Show" ! Summer of 
'74~Friendly's~Ulman Hall for 4 
years — streaking— Mr. Ranger- 
Boo Boo, and Yogi — concerts- 
Dead Ed's—Farmhouse — Mary — 
Prun — "organisma"— McGovern 
'72—VWbus— 4 exams in 1 day?!? 
— N.B.I. --Jim "the weatherman" — 
MMR, IOQ, YSP, and the late 
WDB 96. 4— Jazz! (is where it's at) 
— the demonstration — various 
changes — dreams and awakenings 
(legs!)--A very sincere thank you 
to my parents who I know sacrific- 
ed much more than I realize. God 
bless them both. 



RICHARD SCHLOSBERG 



ROBERT SEAROCK 










TACK SKWARA 



JOHNE. SKWARA 
"Jack, can I see you in my office?" 
— the Agronomy Club. Weekends 
tt-ith those "D" Bros. Mar- 
people. Special thanks to my par- 
ents and Cathy. 

JACQUELINE ANN WINCHELL 
V.W. and the orchard — Flamingo 
room — humming with "Oh Lisa" — 
Barney and Wild Irish Rose — Thanks 
to Mom and Dad — D.V.C. is def- 
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DR. FREDERICK HOFSAESS, B.S., M.S., Ph. D. 

Chairman: Animal Husbandry Department 
Professor of Animal Science 



DR. TIBOR PELLE, M.S., DR. AGR. 
Chairman: Animal Science Division 
Professor of Animal Husbandry 

To the Animal Husbandry Class of 1976: 

As a member of the Class of 1976, 
you have the distinction of Graduating 
during the year in which we celebrate 
the 200th anniversary of the United 
States. As each of you pursue your goals 
you will face times of disappointment, 
frustration and failure. However, I am 
sure that with your background, training 
and maturity that you will succeed wheth- 
er you choose a career in livestock 
production, research, sales or education. 

On behalf of the Animal Husbandry 
Facultv I wish to congratulate each of you 
and wish you success and happiness in 
meeting the callenges of an every chang- 
ing world. 

Frederick Hofsaess 
Chairman, Animal Husbandry 









DR. GARY BRUBAKER, B.S., M.S., Ph. D. 
Assistant Professor of Animal Science 





MR. RODNEY GILBERT, B.S., M.S. 
Instructor in Animal Husbandry 




DR. CRAIG HILL, B.S., Ph. D. 
Assistant Professor of Animal Science 



KENNETH BAKER 
Tell 'em, Reed, Tell 'em! JI Lee" 
--Ulman 214 — donuts and ice 
cream. The Animal "The Little 
Man"-- The Train Station rape— 
"Rhinestone" — "Peggy" — Shut-up 
Jason!" "How'd it get there, Bart?" 
"See ya at Appomattox, Gary!" 
"Barrel o' Laughs!" Greaser Day 
and Masquerade Dance — "Ted, Do 
you have Beef Production? !" 
Harry, Darwin, Reed, Dave, Bart, 
Muchelle, You're wonderful ! ! ! ! 
Thanks Mom, Dad, and Diane. 

KENNETH A. BEERS 
Freshman Parties- -Gooke Hall 
Parties—Work Hall— D. A., D. D. , 
W.D., B. M. , (Munchkin)— D.C. 
— Pine Creek, sure is cole .'--Must 
be Wednesday—9-75— Skyline — 
Meester— 3rd Roommate?— Special 
thanks to my parents, Pam, my 
uncle, and all my friends for help- 
ing me get through. 

JON CASSEL 

At last! After 4 years, people can 
say I'm a farmer outstanding in his 
field! Meester and me— K.O. to 
the Con-vict and Claycombe. The 
brillant sunshine of Homecoming 
1975. Ickesburg. Running over in- 
nocent people with the pick-up. 
A-Day. Stud Government. Eight 
semesters in Work Hall. Who is 
this guy Dr. Work? You took two 
desserts! Wicious attacks on the 
Weiss guy, O'Reilly and O'rosa. 
FFA. Grease pole climbing. Took 
a long time to get my B. S. — now 
I got her! Counting my blessings. 
Thanks to mom and pop and 
Christ. 

BETSY ROSS CLAYPOOLE 
Cooke 107 and 217—Penn A-2 and 
Penn Hall Gang— A-Day 1974 with 
Bryan — "the name is Claypoole not 
Claycomb", its not orange ! "Hey 
Mate!' Studying for Parasitology. 
Many thanks to Mom and Dad for 
all the encouragement and support 
they have given me in the past 4 
years. 

MARY ANNE CATINO 
Flooding, Cooke 2nd — Buds — Octo- 
ber 13, 1972. Musgy Apples- 
Cathy, their throwing our own 
oloves at us. Catino, Cochlin, 
Cole. . .Waiting in the rain. Fussy 
Sweetsheep — We'll get the amoeba 
. . .Hadogs. . . T. P. — 151 — Tom's 
D.A. Everyone into the closet. . . 
7-17-75. .. plumper, juicer... 
going thru the banister — Mi's 
bookshelves. Thanks for having 10 
minutes. Special thanks to mom 
and dad and the kids. 

CATHY COCHLIN 
Cooke Hall 2nd- -Diane and I and 
our click— Catino, Cochlin, Cole 
— walking over EHane — C+c and 
all those hams — April Fool's '74 — 
water bombs and olive bullets — 
Bake Oven Knob — camping in the 
snow — my hot rock — Greaser '74 — 
Mare's care packages — Penn Hall 
mom— Partying with the guys — 




KENNETH BAKER 




KENNETH A. BEERS 




LISA BENINATI 



CRAIG BURMAN 




GARY CASEY 



JONATHAN CASSEL 









BETSY CLAYPOOLE 




CATHERINE COCHLIN 



DIANE COLE 



Traveling on the mini-bus--plim- 
per, juicer. .. --December, 1973 
--Denny. Thanks to my friends, 
teachers and especially my family. 

DIANE N. COLE 
It's cold. . . Cathy and I and our 
click. Meeting Dave. 3rd floor 
Penn Hall and Dunkin Donuts at 
1:30 A.M. Camping with Dave 
and the gang, Fetching water and 
freezing to death . "Hard work, 
good times, great friends, parties, 
and Freiday night. We're finally 
done, Dave. May 22, 1976, here 
we come. Thanks for everything 
Mom and Dad. 

BARBARA ANN COSTELLO 
Roomie #1 gone — weekends home 
— Paul--heartbreak and disaster. 
Hello trees! ! Roomie #2 plus 7 — 
DEK. Part's toothbrush— Bill: if 

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Les— m ore papers — 
lloween— Seniors ' 
imes — Finnies — it's blue. 
Z i, Quantis and Quiasar, Berg, 
Floor hockey, Roomie #3 plus 
■— Grad. school? future 
weddings? Nassau. The gang — 
Deb, Helen. Bonni. Lin. Beth, 
Kay, Patty, Seme, To all my 
friends Thanks for everything. 

.-.eep in touch. Mom and 
Dad — it has meant so much to me! 
I love you. 

DAVID DELGADO 
I love munchlan's — Burger King — 
Skyline — Tequila Sunrises--Parties 
every Thursday night, George? 
Trial by jury, I want to thank my 
rirer.:; ::: r.elrir.; ±-z sticking 
with me. 

WSLMER DREIBELBIS JR. 
Meestei — Junior yT, parties — 151- 
-Munchkin— K.B.. D. D. 1975 
Homecoming Block and Bridle 
Float— D.A.D.C.M.C.C.C., 
Linda. 

THEODORE A . KING 
With love to my parents and fam- 
ily. Those who stood close by, 
especially my girl Bev. who makes 
it all worthwhile. 

LINDA ANN KALMBACH 

Lilly of the Valley. . . Commuting 

. . . Trips to Florida . . . Perm Hall 




BARBARA AXX COSTELLO 



DAVID DELGADO 




WILLIAM DRELBLEBIS JR 



EDWARD GLUNZ 





LINDA KALMBACH 



THEODORE KING 




3rd floor. . . The DEAD END KIDS 
are champs. . .Jogging 1 mile. . . 
Parties. . .Getting a tan. . .Sitting 
with Barb in Cooke hall looking 
out the window waiting for that 
call. Deb always falling, Hel 
stewed to the mickey, Beth and 
Colorado, Sone talking about 
Bud, Trick with a poodle cut, Kay 
and her honey, Bonni trying to 
meet Him, Holly studying. Con- 
vertibling it. . .Our excursions. . . 
My analysis Jeff Kissy . . . Bone 
practical. . . Nassau. . .Birthdays. . . 
Poultry trips. . . "Ward". . .Summer 
nights at Plymouth Meeting Mall. . 
. The fountain. . . IVB. . . Ice cream 
. . . Riversedge . . . Thanks to Bru . , 
Frank Sinatra, Skuttlebutt, . D. 
Douglas thanks. Special thanks to 
someone who I love, who's given 
me the world and put me where I 
am today my Aunt Kathryn. . . The 
Gang: Beth, Deb, Hel, Kay, 
Trick, Sone, Barb, . I hope for the 
best and happiness for all of yous. 
Gigi the best friend I ever had. 
Waiting for the phone call. .Rod 
Curl. . .Bonni the best. . .Mom and 
Dad I wouldn't trade for anyone. 
"Hawaii, Here I come." 

MARK P. LICEA 

Many thanks to Mom and Dad, and 

to many good friends I will never 

forget. 

barb a. Mcdonald 

Great Adventures of the Penn Hall 
Gang: Vaseline and Wolfe's TV. 
Hey Bon, its time to sleep. The 
alarm clock trio: smack, thump, 
wham. Farm #3 and those funny 
little Herefords and funny little 
pigs. Float of 75: Who's dancing 
with the equine's dummy? Judging 
Team and the Van. Dr. Pelle. .. 
Vere are your hrs? We're off to see 
the wizard. . . "Mr. Beers" Cooke 
2nd Floor. . . The first night D. C. D. 
(my hero). 



MARK LICEA 



BARBARA MCDONALD 




REED MACARTY 



ROBERT MAI JR. 



REEDE. MACARTY 
I told him Ken; I told him! ! 23 
slices and a Beer — Mand M Enter- 
prises. "Don't worry, they only 
cost a dollar! !" March 8, 197S, 
Let's hear it for the Veterinarians! ! 
"Almost doesn't count, except in 
horseshoes and grenades! ! " "Horses 
Ass! !" Thanks Mom and Dad, I 
couldn't have done it without you! ! 

ROBERT MAI JR. 
Sweating thru my seminar, and 
crossing out my last day of school 
at D.V.C. Beans. I wish to thank 
Mom and dad for helping me ach- 
ieve my degree. 

DAVID S. MAKS 

The pizza gang— 23 slices. . .BURP. 
Weightlifting — I'm doing some 
Zims, 185 off my lip. . . Greaser 
day — cycle in Marketing. Shoot 
that pigeon Reed! Show'em Ken! 
Watermelon raids and 4 flats. My 
first beaver—Burning the midnight 

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oil, again. Sugar frosted flukes— 
AAA Mate-Pass the suds and pret- 
zels — Drunker than a skunk in a 
trunk! ! ! Trip south — 74--trip to 
Maine with Debbie, Bud and Linda 
--75— -Mr. Beezer and Yamie. ! . 
Ah, that is life! ! !Lightpole— 73. 
Wet toilet paper and sinks. "What 
a Wizz! ! " Reed, look at that! ! , If 
its funny laugh. MC-M Enterprise— 
Barrel of laughs. Damn it and and 
fry it! ! ! Darwin is sleeping. My 
best buddies--Reed, Danvin, Ken, 
Toad, Ted, Sam. Thanks to my 
Mom and Dad. NYTELITE! ! ! 
Deborah, the special woman in my 
life — I love you. "76" — Spiritus 
Fermenti. 

RICHARD MEYERS 
Thanks to Rockin' Roy--his late 
hour habits and the girl that could 
be the life of any party. "Do it". 
Peanuts (S.O.M.F.) 

BARBARA ANNE NOVAK 
The bio. majors and Thursday 
nights in 75 — "Hopps!" — red sun- 
sets and pipers in the cornfield— 
freshman year with Doc and the 
runners — Laurie and Carol — and so 
much more--Thank you, Mom and 
Dad, for the good times you have 
given me. I hope I have given you 
joy. 

JOHN A . PAETOW 
Get off the rag--trip to Rouseville- 
-thanks to the Ulman II boys — the 
greatest guys in the world who 
made 4 tough years enjoyable— 
Thanks and love to the 2 greatest 
parents in the world who made it 
all possible--Thanks to Joanne for 
being her. 

BETH A. PANDY 
The Gang: Kay, Bonni, Lyn, 
Debbie, Helen, Barb, Patty- i.e. 
The DEad End Kids. Penn Hall- 
Freshman year. Ward and his 
"Cuda". B.P. Working at the 
machine shop blues. Colorado, 
Commuting. The station wagon. 
To all the labs when I didn't have 
the slightest idea what I was doing. 
Getting thrown out of the cafeteria. 
Stepping on Ginkgos. Buffaloes. "40 
Plymouth, remember the zhe Urn. 
Hank Hammond. Those Mexican 
Jumping Beans. Friends, I will re- 
member you, think of you, pray 
for you, and when another day is 
through, I'll still be friends with 
you. 

ROBIN PETZOLD 
Work Hall water fights, Spring 
semester sophomore year — Dale, 
Steve, Greg, Jeff, Paul, Bob, 
Ron, Tim, and Dan--Senior field 
trips and the Mountain goat— 
Hookers and The Coach— Billy 
Joel and Good Times. Special 
thanks to Mom and Dad without 
whom I wouldn't be here. 



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DAVID MAKS 



RICHARD MEYERS 




BARBARA NOVAK 



JOHN PAETOW JR. 







BETH ANN PANDY 




WALTER PARKER 



ROBIN PETZOLD 




ROBERT REGESTER III 



THEODORE RESPET 



DIANNE RODGERS 




ROBERT THOMAS REGESTER III 
Special thanks to my mom, will 
always remember spotting the 
Allman Fire — B.C., Nairobi, 
Ease, and the derelicts of Cooke 
2. Traveling with the judging 
team—Walking the tracks as a 
freshman. My greatest memory — 

graduating:, 
dianneh. rodcers 

Cooke 219 — Happiness is. . . , 
Frustration is. . . , demonstration 
'73 — The Inseparable Trio — Herby! 
Honorable mention—All nighters 
and Ed's coffee — Never mind! — 
I'll leave! G.D.R. ! Ducks at 5 
A. M. — Easter bunny at the bunny- 
lab — Summer '74— The VEC — 
S2. 60- -chubby- -musical dorms — 
Manure spreader on the railroad 
tracks — 2 ewes and IS pigs— PDA's 
--the judging team and our mini- 
bus' — Homecoming Float ' 75 — 
What a zoo! Turkey! 4 years with 
Celia, PAUL. 

KATHY RUGGIIRO 
Tests with Cloudia Schalanger and 
Meez Nichols. . .Ruby, Crystal and 
Falcon — Night Stalking. . .Whoop, 
whoop, whoop, whoop. . . 1975 Bas- 
ketball Banquet. Rooms. . . Extra 
special Thanks to Mom and Dad, 
Pat and Bud. . .John. 





KATHLEEN RUGGIERO 



CLAUDIA SCHLANGER 




GEORGE SCHWARTZ JR. 



PAUL STAUB 




ROY TIETJEN 



RICHARD TOBERMAN 




DARWIN TOBIAS 



CELIA VAN VOORHIS 



PAUL STAUB 

Studying Freshman Year, someone 
should tell these people that there 
is no R in the alphabet--2nd floor 
Samual sophomore year--Smoking 
marbles--FBE's--summers at 
D.V.C.--Farm 3--good friends 
(George, Randy, Ed, Flagella, 
etc. )--Pudgey — to the greatest 
roommate Pete ! Judging and the 
orange bird — Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert. 
Meester! (imitation is the highest 
form of flattery) — Many thanks to 
the greatest parents and brothers 
and sisters for all their help and 
encouragement. Diane. 

GLENDON SUMMERS 
"Glen" — U.P.S. and early morn- 
ings — "roomate" — Intercollegiate 
chorus '75 — Homecoming 75 — 
going home weekends--Soccer-- 
Senior field trips--and the "Tiger 
Teaser". Thanks to my parents, 
brothers, sister and Ann Marie 
and special thanks to God. 

BART THOMAS 

Thanks to all my friends at DVC 

and special thanks to Mom and 

Dad. 

ROY MARTIN TIETJEN 
"Rockin' Roy" — "The Stick" — 
game of chance--Harry--Let's 
play the ducks — for all aesthetic 
values — weo — Richard, "You look 
terrible"--Sumner says, "Dead in 
my books" (and he's right!) The 
animal (Darwin) and his trainers: 
Ken, Harry, Reed, Tom, John, 
Bart etc. All my friends at DVC-- 
"Hey, get off my case! ! ! " Steve 
Miller alias Mildew, Milner, 
Milar. Samuel Hall. NICO— (we're 
brothers) thank god for music-- 
small animal lab (Ginny, Sue, 
Cathy, Karen — "Keep on Truckin" 

— "Those dam rabbits") Quality 
not Quanity — maybe this will get 
the point across — "Gotta Bum" 
GLB— Viele Danken ! ! ! Special 
thanks to my parents, for their 
love, help and understanding, 
(Lancer too! ), "Someday". 

DARWIN R. TOBIAS, JR. 

"Animal", A-day 74--Greaser 
Day — under the table in 15 mins. 
Frankenstein — Rex — Kenny I, II, III 
— Skyline pizza — Spirit of "75-76" 

— Dr. Pelle--Good times! Best 
friends, buddies—special thanks to 
Mom and Dad for everything. 

CELIA VANVOORHIS 
For Diane--a fantastic roommate 
for 4 years, I wish all of the best- 
-Happiness is. . ., Frustration is. . . 
Inseparable trio — CW — fire extin- 
guishers and Mrs. Porter, retired 
matchmaker by force--just don't 
lock the door--manure spreader on 
the railroad tracks--Cooke 219-- 
than you no. Mister Sta-ab--Junior 
prom--Chalfont Animal Hospital-- 
club car--dinners at the Sherwood's 
--GDR--weekday trips home — 
Valentines Day '75 — my very own 
mosquito inspector, GARY. 



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BIOLOGY 






DR. ELLERY FRENCH, B.S., M.S., Ph. D. 
Chairman: Biology Department; Professor of Biology 

LIONEL ADELSON, B.S., M.S., Chairman Science Division; Professor of Biology 




On behalf of the Biology Depart- 
ment, I wish to offer you our sincere 
congratulations for a job well done. 
We enjoyed working with you. We have 
learned from you. It is our hope that 
you will not have only benefitted from 
your experience, but that you will re- 
member your years at Delaware Val- 
ley College as among the happiest of 
your life. You have our trust in that 
we believe you will achieve, and that 
your achievements will benefit society. 
We wish you well. 

Sincerely, 

Ellery W. French, Chairman. 





DR. WILLIAM ALLISON, B.S., M.S., Ph. D. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 




MR. JOHN STANDING, A.B., M.A. 
Instructor in Biology 








MR. RONALD JOHNSON, B.A., M.A, 
Instructor in Biology 




DR. ROBERT BERTHOLD, JR. B.S., M.S., Ph. D. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 





DR. JOHNMERTZ, B.S., M.S., Ph. D. 
Associate Professor of Biology 



DR. RICHARD MULSTAY, B.A., M.A., DR. JAMES MILLER, B.A., M.A., Ph. D. 
Ph. D. Instructor in Biology Assistant Professor of Biology 

DR. BARBARA MUSE, B.S., M.S., Ph. D. 
Assistant Professor of Plant Science 





WILLIAM BLEICHER, JR. 




PAUL BRUZZANO 



KENT BUBBENMOYER 




DAVID BUIST 



DREW CHUPALIO 




VINCENT COSTANZO 



JOANNE CUTLER 



DAVID W. ANSPACH JR. 
Maaaa Haaa and Ah Ha. Pizza's in 
here! A. P.O. without all the good 
friends I've found, how could 1 
have kept my sanity? Thanks to 
Mom and Dad and especially to 
Deb for putting up with a lot of 
craziness. 

ANDREW R. APTER 
Memories are unimportant--They 
are the thoughts and experiences 
of an other who in gaining them 
has become me— I will not exist 
at the end of this sentence. 

BILL BLE1CHER 

Always behind the 8 ball/Black 
Velvet and the peanut. Ethology 
lab reports. "Dodge". 9-21-75, 
pretzels, and the New Hope Inn. 
Many thanks to my parents and 
grandparents who made it all 
possible. 

PAUL ROBERT BRUZZANO 
B.M., J.B., S.C., R.H., D.M. 
Elson Hall. Traffic officer for 
Quicksilver Concert. Batmo.bile. 
My personalized seat in the li- 
brary. Spending long hours study- 
ing—the easiest way to get home. 
The famous six strokes. Thanks to 
Mom, Dad, and Sue for making it 
all possible. July 31, 1976 — four 
hard years is well worth a lifetime 
of happiness. Thanks Sue. 

KENT BUBBENMOYER 

Marie — Pete — Koly who? — Wohl- 

ferth--Stephanie--Anspach--and 

Ed — I can't stand that word — Bill 

and Barness Lounge--the garbage 

heap in 109— Wonderful WAPO— 

Would you send your son here? 

DAVID L. BIUST 

Kathy and all her encouragement- 
-Immaculata and the Canoe- 
Melody — Brook with the "Thugs"- 
-Tawny Port with D.J. — Everyone s 
parents who had me for dinner- 
Mom and Dad for knowing what its 
like— RAMAR and the Ulman II 
Boys— M.B. for making it worth- 
while . 

VINCENT JAMES COSTANZO 
"HEY PUD"! ! ! Elson Hall 3 of 4 
years?? "Be yourself and believe 
in what you do. " "Let's go to 
Grossinger's". Thanks to Gary for 
helping me learn to help others. 

ANTHONY RALPH DECANTO 
I would like to thank the best 
parents in the world, who made 
this all possible, by their under- 
standing, by their beliefs, by their 
happiness and especially their love 
for their children. Through my 
parents I have accomplished The 
beginning of my life, now the rest 
is up to me. I would also like to 
thank Kathy, someone who in a 
short time became very- special to 
me, and who's love and caring 



Continued to pg. 46 



will always be in my heart, no 
matter what the future may hold 
for us. 

GLENN R. FAHNESTOCK 
Cooke II — the Dining Hall--The 
Pit--Mertz keeping thanks from the 
"amphibian"--"A"-Day will never 
end—Special thanks to Mom and 
Dad, without you I never would 
have made it. And for Beth there 
is just no words to express it. 

JOHN EDWARD FALLENS TEIN III 
Thanks to Mom and Dad. 

HELEN LOUISE DUNBAR 
Dune—Dead End Kids— Commut- 
ing — Penn Hall- -Lunchroom birth- 
day parties- -Daytona Beach— sun 
poison— Pepto-bismol Kid — Jay 
and Jerry: Polkas in Barness II— 
Skyline— Pat Ferri's and Michelob 
— Stewies Inc.— Bermuda '74 — the 
Ram Mascot- -Motown and proba- 
tion — "What time is it?" Ft. Lau- 
derdale and the dock — "Wants Ads" 

— midnight visitors — bubble baths 
with Bucky— 4-5-75— the Duster— 
Siamese twins field hockey— #22— 
SPRINT! ! !— Wild Bill's Wedding- 
-my 21st 13 shots! ! — Snow White 
and the Seven Dwarfs— "Party Ev- 
eryday" 12-9-75: a 5 day vacation 

— Flamingos— Friendly's— Joe and 
Kan arski— Watch out Del val. — 
Palm Beach— Nassau— and "Pennies 
from Heaven: Schlitz". Many 
thanks to a special group of friends 
who helped me learn much more 
than I ever realized was possible: 
Deb, Linda, Patty, Bonni, Beth, 
Kay, Berb, Sone, Holly, Joe, 
Greg, Si and Helen O. I love you 
all, so please keep in touch. All 
my love and thanks to two very 
special people, my mom and 

dad, who put up with so much 
from me. — I love you! ! Goodbye 
Del Val. 

THOMAS M. KOLESSAR 
Thanks to Mom and Dad. Love to 
Ann. Good luck to the Men of the 
"T" — pumpkins- -ballistics- -water 
fights and stitches— Z's — B's— 
Lenny and the Worm— "What's all 
the Hub-bub Bub" — traying — 
camping — Frampton— Good Old 
Time Flavor- -Bill- -board — the 
Merry-go-round— The reservoir — 
Volleyball — slacks — running and 
sauna's— sunbathing — getting notes 

— Ed's— K.O. Barrow and Ray-hay 
— the mattress fight and Leroy— 
SORRY!— Monty Python— collage 
with Mom's— the bin and the ef- 
fect of — Tumor— Frisbee and tennis 
ball wars in the hall— espionage all 
nighters— and "If I don't know it by 
now. . . : ' 

CONSTANCE MARY ELAINE 

MEYER 
"Yum- Yum"; Craig and horses; 
Thanks, Mom and Dad, for all 
your help and encouragement and 
for giving me the freedom to 
make my own mistake. " "Try it, 




ANTHONY DE CANTO 



HELEN DUNBAR 





RAYMOND EINHORN 



GLEN FAHNESTOCK 




10HN FALLENSTEIN III 



NANCY FRENCH 




you'll like it. " "Experience is the 
best teacher. " 

LYNN A . MYERS III 
Second floor Cokke and "Loose", 
"Easy" and "Choice"--special 
thanks to Mom, Dad and Nancy 
who helped make it all possible . 

GARY RICHARD OSTROFF 
The frustration before, and the 
feeling of accomplishment after- 
wards. I have only just begun! ! 
Much thanks to my parents and to 
Barbara Ann for unwavering love 
and support. 

DEBORAH ELAINE RALSTON 
Commuting — Perm Hall Lounge — 
Original Dead End Kids--Hassles 
with Heeps--Birthday parties — 
Daytona Beach--Polkaing in Barn- 
Continued to pg. 49 



WALTER GARDNER 



DAVID HANDEL 




CONSTANCE MEYER 



BRUCE MILSTEIN 




GEORGE MORGAN IR. 



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LYXX MYERS III 



GARY OSTROFF 



DEBORAH RALSTON 




GLEN RUSH 



CURTIS SHAW 




JOANNE TALABISCO 



RONALD WILSON 




ess II with Jay and Jerry--Joe T.- 
-Pitchers of Michelob at Skyline, 
Pat Ferri's--Physics 11 (3X)— 
"Stewed" — Death of iJhe Rambler, 
Birth of the White Trash Mobile- 
Field Hockey — "Bernie "--Bubble 
baths-- "Want Ads"~Shots! ! ! 
Motown I and results--Sone and 
Bud's Anniversary—Friday nights— 
Ft. Lauderdale— April 2, and the 
spring of '75—4-5-75 (21)— Bucky 
— Heart to heart talks with my lil 
sis Sone— Being perverted, obnox- 
ious and rowdy— Si, Willie, Lenny 
— Cheryl--". . .And she's the man- 
ager" — Snow White and the Seven 
Dwarfs Irresistible parties — an 
extra 5 days — H.A.O. Philosophy- 
-Coaching from my Roomie — Fin- 
ney's at 10:30 A.M. --I might 
learn something if I'm not careful 
--The Coat— "Pennies from Hea- 
ven" — Snoop— Ben and 4 1/2 years 
that ended all wrong—Barb, Beth, 
Bonni, Helen, Linda, Kay, Patty, 
Sone, and Si: We've been friends 
for the past 4 years. I'll think of 
you as friends for the next 40. 
Keep in touch, I'll always be 
there. My mother and father who 
have showed continual patience 
with my nonsense. They let me do 
things my way and helped me suf- 
fer with the consequences without 
an "I told you so. " I love them 
more than I could ever show or tell 
them. Thanks Mitz and Bill, You 
gave me all this and more than 
you'll ever realize. 

CURTIS L. SHAW 
"And do not fear those who kill 
the body, but are unable to kill 
the soul; but rather fear Him who 
is able to destroy both soul and 
body in hell. " Matthew 10:28 

JOANNE TALABISCO 
Twitches- -grounhogs- - cornfields- 
-jogging— summer of '75, Penn 
Hall's closet, Economics, Suave, 
Suavette, Jack's eyes, Chum fish- 
ing, Pinochle, Deciduous Forest, 
cowtown Chokin' Jo, #12, transi- 
tional epithelium, long talks, 
Thanks Mom. 

PAUL ALLAN ZMODA 
Work II Gang — Midnight melon 
heists- -"Werm", Spider! Dan's 
Parties next door. Organic syn- 
theses. Thou bug me! Workin' in 
the "PIT". Many thanks to Mom 
and Dad. My respect and best of 
luck to Jean for her patience, car- 
ing and time. 



ROBERT YOUNG 



PAUL ZMODA 




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BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 





To the Class of 1976 



GEORGE F. WEST, B.S., M.B.A. 
Chairman Business Administration Department 
Assistant Professor of Business Administration 



. 



Difficult times seem to bring out 
the best qualities in people. You, the 
Bicentennial Class, are graduating 
during an era of challenging economic 
problems. Bold leadership and proper 
business sense will be necessary to 
reach higher levels of production ef- 
ficiency. You are in a position to par- 
ticipate in the beginning of the Nation's 
third century. By your education you 
have been well equipped to assist in 
future growth and development. Profit 
from your educational experiences and 
we shall all reap the return. 

George F. West 

Chairman 

Business Administration 

Department 






MR. ROBERT F. WEINMAN, B.S., C.P. A. 
Assistant Professor of Business Administration 



MR. MICHAEL SIMONE, B.S., M.B.A. 
Assistant Professor of Business Administration 




MR. GERALD HANDLER, B.S., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Business Administration 



MR. EDWARD J. MCCOOL, B.S., M.B.A. 
Assistant Professor of Business Administration 




WAYNE M. CSUPA 
ChF's — Greenhouses, 104-214-- 
Diane's Parties — Parties at school. 
Doctor Works — personal letter in- 
forming social probation for a 
year. Lynn, Diane, Jean, Debbie, 
Linda*, Joyce, Joan and Syracuse, 
N.Y. 

GARY S . DALINA 
Many thanks to Mom and Dad who 
made this possible. Wind sprints. 
100-yrd. club and 60' 6"— Base- 
ball and friends keeping me busy-- 
Hour--long drives to get where I 
wanted to — Home — Goodbye 
D.V.C.--May you rest in peace. 

RICHARD L. HENNE 
Special thanks to my parents who 
made it all possible and to my 
friends for making it all bearable. 
Goldman 214--Student store — 
Birthday parties, Dad, Gossip-- 
Italian Kitchen Trips--Champagne 
nights— The Yes Gang HUNH! 

GARY D. HUNT 

Ulm'an III— Cook II — Arch — Aunt 
Kath— 1/17/75; 4/5/75--Ellen? — 
King Arthur--Best of luck to all my 
close friends--4 years, WOW! 
Many thanks to Mom and Dad for 
making it all possible. 





DEBBIE CORRADO 



WAYNE CSUPA 




GARY DALINA 



MICHAEL GAUL 




LYNN G EH MAN 



WILLIAM HARTZELL 




DENNIS KAHAN 



WILLIAM KASEMAN 




LINDA ANN MORGAN 



GERALD MOROZ 




DANTE PILLON JR. 



FREDERICK PRANG'E 




SUSAN FAY KEESLER 
September 12th, 1975--October 
14th, 1975— -My freshman year-- 
My 18th year surprise birthday 
party--Thank you my friends — 
Special thanks to my parents for 
making this education possible and 
thank you Bach. 

JOHN MANNING 
Arch--Thanks to Mom, Dad and 
Kev, for without them I never 
would have been able to achieve 
my education. Also much thanks 
to Kathy who was always here and 
meant so much to me. Good times 
with Greg and the Hoops--Toad 
and the Dudes and Bob at the Pent- 
house. 

PATRICK F. MEAL1A III 
Many, many thanks to my family 
who made this whole experience 
possible. Telephone pole "9/75" — 
case problems--"Q" parties--all 
nighters--Loads of good times with 
all my buds: Reno, Gary, Jeff, 
Brad, Keith, Frank, Raccoon. 
"T.P.B." "A little thinking, a lit- 
tle drinking"--New Years eve— 
"12/31/75". 

GERARD MOROZ 
Thank you Mom, Dad, (Smoky) 
and my Chucky. Kid you made a 
bad choice of schools, but made 
plenty of good friends. Wellsy get 
in touch. Whit, Howard, Teddy, 
Chuch: Have a good time and get 
in touch. 

DANTE A . PILLON 
Patti — 214 Goldman-- Dark side of 
the moon--parties--Student store-- 
Ski Club--Trips home — All my 
good friends at D.V. C . --Cham- 
pagne Flights—Special thanks to 
Mom and Dad. 

JOHN A. RAFFETTO 
Special thanks to Uncle Sam. 



JOHN RAFFETTO 



ROLAND SCHLIMM 



GREGORY SILENOK 
The Best-T. Schreiner, K. Achuff, 
J. Hardy, W. Navarre, D. Green- 
land. . . .Archie and Bateman's. . . . 

Wild Bill and the Bubble Crazy 

Eddie's Excursions. . . "He's in love 
with a girl that He's talking about. " 
. . . My hat's off to Schaffer Brewing 
Co. . . . Thank you H . C . for nothing 
. . . Special thanks to Mom and Pop. 

EDWARD J . STAUDENMAYER 
Thanks to Mom and Dad who made 
this all possible. Had a lot of good 
times — met a lot of beautiful peo- 
ple—Dante Rich (HUNH!), Duck, 
Csup, Maryann, Ingrid, D, Mimi, 
C, Debbie. Special thanks to 
Jackie who got me started and 
built my confidence enough to get 
me through 4 years. 

F. JAY STRALO 

Special thanks to my mother and 

Father, who I can never repay, 

and thank you Janet who I will try 

to repay through our love in 

marriage. 

JOSEPH SWEENEY JR . 
Special thanks to my parents, 
relatives and all my friends who I 
will never forget and Duck. 

GARY WELNDORF 
"THE TOAD"--Star athlete who 
can usually be found in the weight 
room. His loves include, long hot 
showers, gTeaser mixers, clean 
hands, protein pills, listening to 
Slade, just plain gettin 1 Routy! 
He displays an intense hate over 
crutches, sow bowes, mellow week- 
ends, leg raises! THE TOAD will 
always be remembered for his mid- 
night run, which proved New Dorm 
#1, his good looks, unequaled 
physique * most of all his modesty. 
He has placed 4 times in the semi- 
annual weight-lifting competition 

* is one of the few 300 lbs. bench 
press champions. I'll always re- 
member--pushing steel--hats 

* knuckles--shat on shat — New 
Dorm ' 73 — tequila * all my buds 
at D.V.C. I'd like to thank my 
Mom* Dad for giving me this 
opportunity. And- -More than ever 
Pat, my typist, my inspiration* 
my co- venturer in this and in 
life. I'm a dude now 

ERIC C . WOLF 

"What an experience I'll 

never forget Del. Yal. and the 
Dudes and all the partying bud- 
dies. " Bird. 




GREGORY SILENOK 



ROGER SLAWTA 




EDWARD STAUDENMAYER 



FRANKLIN STRALO 




10SEPH SWEENEY 



JAMES THORPE 







GREGORY WILLIAMSON 



ERIC WOLF 



KURT ZINTNER JR. 





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EVENING 
DIVISION 





BOYDW. GHERING, B.S., M.S. 
Director of Evening Division 



JOYCE KIRSCHLER 
Secretary to Mr. Ghering 




ivemng 



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It is with a deep sense of pride and 
respect that I congratulate you upon 
your hard-won achievement. Having 
obtained an advanced degree through 
evening participation and study, I 
can appreciate the many sacrifices 
and hardships you have endured in 
earning your degree in Business Ad- 
ministration. 

I hope that the unique combination 
of education and experience so char- 
acteristic of the evening student will 
serve you well in the years ahead and 
place you high on the list of successful 
graduates of the college. 

With my best wishes, 
Boyd W. Ghering, Jr. 
Director, Evening College 




BERNARD BAMFORD 
Sincere appreciation to my loving 
wife, Margaret, for without her 
help, understanding, and encour- 
agement my picture would not be 
here. 

MCCLELLAN E. BECHTEL III 
Thanks to: My wife, Ange, for 
being kind to an absentee husband. 
My friend, Norm Bock, for his 
support and direction. George West, 
George Keys, and Gordon Roberts 
for being teachers. APICS for their 
welcome $500.00 scholarship. 
The young girl who said to me 
"You're going to school at your 
age?", for keeping things in per- 
spective. 

OTTOG. BLAVIER 
I dedicate this moment of achieve- 
ment: To my understanding wife, 
Ruth, Who for eight years has en- 
couraged me with words and acts 
of inspiration; she has made this 
moment a joint accomplishment. 
To my children Loretta and Layne, 
Who have earned my unending ad- 
miration, for they have been able 
to mature into fine young adults 
with only a part-time father. To 
the many others, far too numerous 
to mention, who have touched my 
life and aided my scholarship to 
make this moment possible, I sin- 
cerely thank you. 

NORMAN M. BOCK 
Thanks to Nancy for being an un- 
derstanding "evening school Wi- 
dow" and my apologies to Bill for 
having a part-time father over the 
past nine years. Thanks for teach- 
ers like George West, Dr. Keys, 
and Gordon Roberts. I'll never for- 
get M. S. 's situations, G.H.'s For- 
te and G. W. 's generally speaking 
and in most cases. Last but not 



5k. * 





BERNARD BAMFORD 



MCCLELLAN BECHTEL III 




OTTO BLAVIER 





1 






NORMAN BOCK 



ROBERT BRENNAN 




HENRY DE WITT 



CHARLES MADDOX 





JOSEPH MALITSKY 



NORMAN MESHAW 



least, thanks to Bud for his direc- 
tion "?" and support. 

ROBERT J. BRENNAN III 
I wish to thank my wife and child- 
ren for their perseverance and time 
in helping me to achieve one of 
the most important goals in my 
life. 

HENRY DE WITT 
Having been able to attend a 
small college where I was offered 
the professors time both in class 
and outside of class; Mr. West, 
Mr. Roberts, and Mr. Handler to 
name a few who offered their time. 

CHARLES A. MADDUX 
To have the opportunity to be as- 
sociated with the fine people who 
were my classsmates through the 
years. Also, my deep appreciation 
to my wife, Beverly, for her sup- 
port and understanding through the 
many evenings alone. 

JOSEPH A. MALITSKY 
My fondest memories begin with 
those of my wife who has made it 
possible for me to reach the mile- 
stone in life. Her loving dedica- 
tion went further than anyone 
could have expected. She took 
complete charge of our home, 
three children and attended many 
functions as both mother and father. 
My graduation is also her gradua- 
tion. Another memory will be the 
atmosphere of Delaware Valley 
College. I transferred from a large 
college in Connecticut and was 
impressed with the continuing spir- 
it of the individual recognition at 
Del-Val. The professors displayed 
a unique desire to get the individ- 
ual students involved in the class; 
it was quite a contrast going from 
a student number in the large col- 
lege to a first name basis at Del 
Val. 




NORMAN W. MESHAW 
My fondest memories are those I 
missed seeing my children Lisa and 
Michelle growing-up for the past 
6 1/2 years. I would like to thank 
them for putting up with a part 
time father. Most of all I would 
like to thank my wife Carol. With- 
out her understanding, patience, 
and help I would never have madi 
it. I would also like to thank the 
DVC evening college and professors 
for putting up with me for the past 
6 1/2 years. 

NORMAN F. MITCHELL 
Making friends with so many of 
the nice students and teachers. . . 
Air Hockey games between class 
breaks. . . Waiting outside the Agri- 
culture building until the doors 
would be opened EXACTALLY at 
7:45 PM each evening. . . reguard- 
less of weather conditions, HA ! 



NORMAN MITCHELL 



ROGER NAGLE 




The terrible aprehension of mid- 
terms. . . and final exams and then 
the relief when they're over. . . 
reports on Gulliver's Travels and 

when they're over Statistics, 

seeing probability problems in my 
sleep Being greeted by my wife st 
the end of every class night. . . . 
with her usual "How did it go". . . . 
. . . Trying to do term papers while 
dreaming about fishing Hav- 
ing "May 16th. 1976" burned deep 
in my mind. The first time I saw 
my class ring. 

ROGER E. NAGLE 
As I look back, the challenges and 
sacrifies to receive my education 
seemed insurmountable. The en- 
couragement of my wife, family, 
and friends at DVC played an inte- 
gral part in making this graduation 
possible. To them I owe and relay 
deep appreciation and gratitude. 

FRANK T. ORGILL 
To my wife and children. Your 
love and understanding helped me 
to reach this goal. Thank you. 

LAWRENCE C. RODGER, JR. 
Thank you to my children for their 
understanding & to my wife for her 
encouragement & patience. 

NORMAN SCHORR 
Thank you to my wife, Ro, who 
for all the years of our marriage 
has stood beside me and some- 
times behind me, in order to give 
a push npw ans then during my 
night school career (19 years does 
makes it a career). To my child- 
ren, Larry, Lisa, and Howard who 
thought being a father meant go- 
ing to school at night because for 
all their lives that is what I have 
done. Thank you. We finally made 
it! 

JOHN D. STEVENS 
D.V.C. is a fine school and has 
given me many lasting friendships 
and memories. My thanks go to 
my wife and children for their 
patience and perservance over the 
past seven years. They made it all 
possible. "Good Luck" to all my 
fellow classmates. 

JOSEPH C. WALTER, JR. 
My fondest memory is the strong 
support and encouragement through- 
out the years by my wife, Kathy, 
without it, completion would have 
been in doubt. 

WILLIAM EDWARD WILKES 
This picture appears, not only 
through my efforts, but also through 
the efforts of my wife pat, my 
family, friends and the gTace of 
God. 




FRANK ORGILL 



LAWRENCE RODGER JR. 





NORMAN SCHORR 



il 

JOHN STEVENS 




JOSEPH WALTER JR. 



WILLIAM WILKES 



CHEMISTRY 





DR. ROBERT S. ORR, A.B., M.S., Ph. D 
Chairman: Chemistry Department 
Professor of Chemistry 



To the Chemistry graduates of 1976 

For you, graduation is both a beginning 
and an ending: a time to reflect on past 
experiences at Delaware Vallev and to make 
plans for the future. For the Chemistry 
Faculty, your graduation means that we will 
be unable to work together on a daily basis. 
However, you have been an interested, hard- 
working group of students, and we take 
pride in your success in earning your de- 
grees. We hope that you will continue to 
learn, grow and share. Today's world re- 
quires people who maintain their stand- 
ards, meet their responsibilities, and 
are sensitive to the needs of others. We 
encourage you to meet these challenges 
and make a contribution towards a better 
tomorrow. 

From all of us in the Chemistry depart- 
ment, I wish to extend to you congratula- 
tions and best wishes for the future. 
Robert S. Orr 
Chairman: Chemistry Department 





RICHARD LUCAR, B.S., Ph. D. 
Associate Professor of Chemistry 



RICHARD LAZARUS, B.S., M.S., Ph. D. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 




JOSEPH STENSON, B.S., Ph. D. Assistant Professor of Chemistry; 
CHARLES WEBER, B.S., Ph. D. , Assistant Professor of Chemistry 



EDWARD GOLDBERG, A.B., Ph. D. 
Associate Professor of Chemistry 




MICHAEL GARRETT, B.A., Ph. D. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 




JESSEEELSON, B.S., M.S., Ph. D. 
Professor of Chemistry 







MICHAEL BORUTA 



WILLIAM W. LENTZ 
"Huh, what?" "I don't believe 
your act!" Being "mediocre." Liv- 
ing on campus and getting free 
haircuts my senior year. Showing 
up lat for Laz's Lab. 

KEVIN C. MARTIN 
To Mom— the guys in B-l Perm 
Hall — the fire escape and espe- 
cially to D. B. who made it all 
worthwhile. 

DONALD MATTES 
A — Day — Research — You'll never 
be able to do it — H.M.S. Graus or 
Charlette--Chem Club Parties— 
"There is no question about truth" 
Organic Labs — P. Chem?? Work- 
ing in the Pit — cleaning up the 
Lab. 




WILLIAM LENTZ 



DONALD MATTES 




KEVIN MARTIN 



JOHN STEVENS 



DAIRY 
HUSBANDRY 




JOHNR. PLUMMER, B.S., M.S., Ph. 
Assistant Professor of Dairy Science 




To the Dairy Husbandry Class of 1976: 

Two hundred years ago, our forefathers em- 
barked upon a great challenge- -the establishment 
of a democratic government that would withstand 
the test of time and provide freedom for all Amer- 
icans from the oppressions of that day. Their 
success is evidenced by the fact that each of you 
has had the freedom to avail yourself of the op- 
portunity to lay the cornerstones of your life on 
a sound college education. 

As you look back on your years at Delaware 
Valley, I am sure you, too are happy to be free 
of certain aspects of college which you consid- 
ered oppressive--8:30 a.m. classes, rules and 
regulations, final examinations, etcetera. My 
hope for you is that, like your forefathers, you 
will be able to realize that your freedom is not 
really free, but rather something that must be 
carefully structured and organized to withstand 
the test of time. As you step into your chosen 
career, you will continually find that you must 
turn to knowledge, experience, diplomacy, and 
compromise if you are to succeed. 

My congratulations and best wishes go with 
you as you embark upon this great challenge. I 
am confident that you will succeed. 
John Plummer 
Chairman Diary Husbandry Department 






HAROLD E. THIREY, B.S., M.S. 
Instructor in Animal Science 




JAMES D. MCCAFFREE, B.A., M.S., Ph. D. 
Assistant Professor of Dairy Husbandry 





STEVEN CORNMAN 




DAVID KETNER 



CHARLES MOOSE 




KENNETH MORGAN 



ALEX PUSKAS 



JED BESHORE 

Sue and the Prom — Eleanor and A- 
Day-Cafeteria's Picnic Dance? — 
Basketball officiating and that 1st 
technical. Udder Guys — Ullman II 
— Rags and Riches — Judging Team 
... I' 11 send you back to DVC 
young man! Dairy Society Floats- 
-Steve and 213--Plummer and his 
scholastic pep talks — Thanks to 
Mom and Dad for all their help 
and confidence. 

W. JAY CHAMBERLIN 
"Earl Butz--4 yrs. at the Dairy — 
Wackers — squads --udder guys — 
"roomate"--Smit — Long trips 
home (Nova, hitchhiking back '73) 
— Homecoming '74 — Prom '74-- 
Doc--J.R.P.--judging--Annabelle. 
Thanks to my parents and family, 
Barbara, and most thanks to God. 

DOUGALS S. COPE 
The "Ulman II Boys"--Many 
friends and experiences I'll never 
forget--Wrestling. Special thanks 
to Mom and Dad and God, they 
made it all possible. 

STEVEN L. CORNMAN 
Ulman II Gang--Raggin it — B.F. 
--Judging team--Dairy men of 
1976 — Summer of '75 --Training 
Room- -living with Beshore for 2 
years plus hundreds of good times. 
Thanks to Dad and mother for 
making these last 4 years possible. 

RONALD B. HITCHNER 
Friday afternoons --Elson carollers 
— the "T"--Jammin; with the gang 
— Times are sometimes hard but 
God is faithful and loving. Special 
thanks to Mom and Dad whose 
faith and support made these four 
years possible. 12-22-74, Proverbs 
3:5 and 6, Sharon. 

WAYNE E. JOHNSON 
Best wishes to the dairy guys of '76. 
Many thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Jo- 
seph Peters. Thank you Mom and 
Dad with whose help this was made 
possible. 

DAVID L. KETNER 
Ragging on Ulman II — Dairy Socie- 
ty and the trips — contacts in Rhode 
Island--Udder Guys of '76— 4-H 
and all its problems — Buttonwood- 
-The Crew- -and the famous Big 
Brown Cow. Many thanks to J.R.P. 
— Doc and Hank, but special 
thanks to Mo mm and Dad who 
were there when needed, and fond- 
est memories of A.P.W. who 
helped me decide on my career. 

CHARLES ROBERT MOOSE 
To Mom and Dad for making it 
possible. . . friends. . and teachers 
for making it worthwhile. . . judg- 
ing and running for making it en- 
joyable... and to Pam. Thanks. 



J. BRADLEY SMITH 
SCHMIDT ! All my friends at DVC 
--especially my roommate Elliot, 
Earl Bute, the SQUID, and all the 
Udder guys. Those four years at 
the dairy. . .wackers. . .ZZZ's 
. . .A-Day 1974. . .the long trips 
home — the Nova, deer season 1973 
-Do you feel like thumbin Earl? 
Thanks to all who helped me thru. 

BENNY A. SNYDER 
You know I'm failing the course Dr. 
Plummer, so why do you keep ask- 
ing me? Another test — another F — 
lag. Many thanks to all my friends. 
A special thanks to Mom, Ralph, 
and Eve, Holly, and four years with 
Perk. 

THOMAS J. URBAN 
Thanks to my folks and Aunt Marion 
and for understanding when I could 
be home. Special thanks to Ray and 
Joann. Work Hall T boys — jam se- 
ssions- -the water- hose- causin in the 
blue rat and the udder guys. . . . 
Understanding the will to carry on. 




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RICHARD DOMMELL, B.S., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Food Industry 




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Associate Professor of Food Industry 





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JOHN" G. ASHLEY 
Thanks to Mom and Dad. Junior 
year in Goldman 1st. Belinsky's 
baseball bat and Home brew. 
Good friends. 

KENNETH P. DANSBURY 
Thanks to Mom and Dad, and 
memories of going out to lunch 
with the boys in the Pool room! ! ! 
And being second to the Kid. 

DENNIS N. ESHLEMAN 

Thanks Kathy, Mom and Dad. 
Goldman and Dr. Dee. 

KATHRYN MARY PJGOLIZZO 
Barness friends (?)--Judy and Janet 
--the only girl in my food classes 
— Mom, Dad, and the Kids — Me 
and Pete forever and ever and al- 
ways — Love and thanks to my mom 
and dad for helping me through the 
rough times and making it all pos- 
sible. 

M1CHEAL L. SCOTT 
Ulman II — Thursday Night Jams- 
Quant, Lab, George the Super — 
roomate--RAP — The Greatest 
Mom and Dad ever. "What goes 
around comes around". 

HENRY A. SUMNER 
4 great years. The Ulman II Gang, 
Room 214. F. I., "essentially, 
bossman, C.I. P., hi -ho, say 
folks!", H.S.M. , and the float. 
"Classic" weekends with N.B. 
"Spike", Billy the Goat, and the 
Animal (handball, Softball, pump- 
kin football, watermelon raids, 
donuts and ice cream, Monty Py- 
thon, pizza and the parties ! ) City 
Ford, Wildwood, Playboy Club, 
tell' em guys! My '64 Corvette and 
A-day. "For all aesthetic values, " 
pinball "wizzard" Ray, "game of 
chance, " "weo", "blitzed 1 , "dead 
in my books", "get psyched!" To 
DYC I leave V.P., Homecoming 
rain, and the "Greaser" and "Mas- 
querade" mixers. Thanks to all! 

GLENN A. WISMER 
Perseverance pays off, F.I. Field 
trips, and F. I. float 





JOHN ASHLEY 



KENNETH DANSBURY 




DENNIS ESHLEMEX 



JOHN GOURLEY 




LEONARD MAHONEY 



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NEIL J. VINCENT, B.S., M.S., Ph. D. 

Chairman Horticulture Department 
Professor of Plant Science 



CLINTON BLACKMON, B.S., M.S., Ph. D. 

Professor of Plant Sciences 
Chairman Plant Science Division 



To the Horticulture Graduates of 1976 

A college student's career is in 
some ways paralleled in the plant 
world you have been studying these 
past four years. You enter college 
life in the juvenile stage and exit in 
the adult stage of your life. With plants 
this transition results in the ability to 
flower and yield fruit. And, like plants, 
the time has come for you to blossom 
and bear the fruits of your education. 
It is the sincere hope of the Horticul- 
ture Faculty that your years spent at 
Delaware Valley College have prepar- 
ed you for a bountiful harvest. 

We extend to each of you hearty 
congratulations and our best wishes. 

Neil J. Vincent 

Chairman 

Department of Horticulture 








DAVID BLUMENFIELD, B.S., M.S., Ph. D. 
Professor of Horticulture 





LEEZEHNDER, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Horticulture 




JOSHUA FELDSTEIN, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Horticulture 



LOUIS POLITES , B.S., M.S., Ph. D. 
Assistant Professor of Horticulture 



The year for telling it like it is. 










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FRANK ASARO 



JEFFREY BOLLINGER 



WILLIAM BUCHANAN 





CARL CANTALUPPI 



ROBERT CONYER 





STEPHEN CYGAN 



DAVID DE ESCH 




MICHAEL FLUCHERE 



HERBERT GEBELY 



DAVID ALLISON 

Canoeing with the "Motley Crew" 
— Lil' Brother, slide shows — Camp- 
ing with Diane— Tom — Mare — and 
the gang--Freshman parties--my 
roommate the telegraph—playing 
basketball with the girls--going 
home for the weekend on our first 
date--March 12, 1975--Friday 
nights— Here we come May 22, 
1976. Thanks to Mom, Dad, and 
especially Diane for helping me 
get through this place. 

FRANK J. ASARO 
Freshman Orientation--Uncle Ned 
--Ulman II Ghetto--Fugi--Piggy 
Iggy--Flakey--" Check your flies", 
Drosophiler Convention- -Let's 
Move Out!" Vinnie Vinifera or 
V.V.P. Zhenderbone — "Reilly 
you stain! " SElliotS--Luppi, K.J. 
--Work study—summer of '73 — 
RFK Enterprises—Proctor John — 
"Mom "--Memphis with Hort-- 
New Orleans — Sin City— Mr. Or- 
ganic—Public offender — Orasa 
Knarf— K.O. John! What's DTA? 
I can't take the pressure ! --A -day 
for fun and profit— Recycling — 
Sam! Homecoming '75--D.C — 
Now what the H do I do!? 

JEFFREY E. BOLLINGER 
P.B., H.C., R.H., S.C., C.S., 
D.M., R.P., G.W., and Brother 
Moore — "Yo Moore". Life with 
hog— Walter Fight '74- -wrestling 
matches — the Six Strokes — "Jr. 
Prom" — Cooke 211; Cattin, Sla- 
terys, Bay Shores. The float. 5- 
speed overdrive. Special thanks to 
Mom and Dad and Kim, who all 
made it possible. 

CARL JOSEPH CANTALUPPI JR. 
Hort. --The Dynamic Major! All 
the good memories of the with 
"Hort. Chief I" — club trips — apple 
picking — and selling. A-day vege- 
table plants— orchard tour— Hort. 
Feast— Band- -$Elliot$$--"to the 
bank" — Frank — "five dollars in 
change" — Byron— "Hah?" — Pete 
(Dr.) Stoffella— H.U.D.— HUD- 
DA! Ken— kinda cute" Harry — 
"classic" — Good luck to Bart in 
grad. school, "loopmobile" — 
piece o' candy? "--going down one- 
way streets the wrong way- -the 
Dynamic Hort. Profs: I will indi- 
cate in subsequent hours" — "Droso- 
philer Convention" — "YO HO!" — 
"LET'S MOVE OUT!" "P.S.S.C." 
K.O. Daddy Rabbit V.V.P, !! ! 
Thanks to Mom and Dad, Good 
luck to everyone. 

ROBERT C. CONYER 
Professional competence of my 
professors— Many warm friendships 
--"picking brains" — "All" the girls 
in Hort, the support of my wife, 
my mothers and Farview Farm. 

STEPHEN CYGAN 
B.M., D.M., J.B., P.B., R.H., 
R.P., G.S., H.G., Dan, Dale, 
T.J. and "43" — "the" grain party 
— Cooke Hookers and coach — the 




low rent district- -soccer in the 
halls — waterfights — Slattery's--the 
Flamins; os- -Batshores- -weekends -- 
field trips with Lee Z. 

HERBERT GEBELY 
New Orleans, Cornucopia float-- 
"The 3 Mummies" — Bulk Density 
— All my friends. 

KEITH EVAN JORDAN 
Chester--KJ--Zoner--Mr. Green- 
jeans. . . the Bucks County Prison. . 
. Majorie T. -- Russ L. --G. . . 
Sleepless nights and not-so-sleep- 
ness days. . . Circle K. . . my many 
sincere thanks to all who've helped 
me these four years at D.V.C. 

BRIAN ALECK KAHN 
3 years on Work II--the "Frizzlers" 
Softball team--comic relief from 
Cassel and Barrett- -good times 
with the Hort, . Gang --"manageri- 
al staff" --great roommates Big Joe 
and Mr. Edge — special buddies 
like Dr. Stoffella and Meester Ali. 
God bless my parents for their sup- 
port, encouragement and love. 

KENNETH LINVILL 
Special thanks to Mom and Dadd 
who made it all possible, and my 
natural habitat. Orchard parties 
and Samuel Hall Cocktail parties. 
D.B., E.O., F.G., G.R., L.R. 
Z. , Who helped me in my educa- 
tion always remember M.T., H. 
T., L.B.T., P.T., AND I.T. 
Plus pretty boy, cheif Jay Strong- 
bow, Geralt T., and many more 
friends. 

DAVID G. LOHIN 
Caneing at Washington's Crossing. 
Hiking at Bowman's Hill and 
climbing the Tower. Trips to 
Beltsville and Geneva with the 
"Hort Gang". Saturaday biochem 
lab with Rose. Many thanks to the 
friends that made these four years 
very enjoyable--Marko, Wilson, 
Wenda, Brian, Pete, Jackson, and 
Kiddo. Special thanks to two very 
special parents, Without them my 
education would not have been 
possible. 

JUDE MCKENNA 

The post season blast. Double ses- 
sions. The Penalty Box. The foot- 
ball team, the greatest bunch of 
guys ever. I thank the lord for the 
people I have found. 

ROBERT MOORE 
S.C., D.M., J.B., P.B., R.H., 
R.P., G.S.; Elson lounge; home- 
ward bound; water fight '74; wras- 
seling; cooke hookers G coach; 
"Booby"; the famous 6 strokes; 
"Blue Moon"; "40 more brothers — 
40 eric"; EMO; monday field trips 
with Lee 2. ; cattin' ; slatery's 
Bayshores; Flamingos'; Thanks to 
everyone. 



ERIC HIGH 



CHARLES JAQUAY 




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KEITH JORDAN 




BRIAN KAHN 




EDWARD KIELBLOCK 




GEORGE KLEIN 




JUDE MCKENNA 



ROBERT MOORE 








BILL PETERSON 





BRIDGET PITSKO 



FRANK SALANTRI 




GREGORY STAMM 



PETER STOFFELLA 




DALE D. MOYER 
Work Hall--43, waterfights, Cap- 
tain Jack--Cooke--Jeff, Steve, 
Rob, Bob, Paul, Ron, Greg — Hot- 
dogs--"Junior Prom"--Cooke 211. 
Slatery's--Cornell--Lee 2--Field 
Trips--Rob and parties- -Wrestling 
four years — Atlantic and Ocean 
City. Hon Club. 

FRANK J. SACANTRI 

"Wake up Ralph"--My Bud the 

Scranton Hot Dahg — V-2 roudies 

75' card champ--the night we got 
creamed--Good times/Bad times/? 
times, and life in general—Special 
thanks to my family and especially 
to Judy. 

GREGORY K. STAMM 
Yaut (Yaut) — Yankee ingenuity- 
field trip to South Jersy — the ride 
to and back — wrestling that same 
old opponent (1 -19-2)--canoeing 
on a spring day— waterfights-- 
surprise birthday parties '74— Ge- 
neva--long rides home— Jackson— 
S.C.— D.M.— J.B.— P.B. — B.M. 
--H.G.— & Rogel. 

PETER STOFFELLA 
"Wait, I just got one more ques- 
tion. " Four great years at DVC — 
To Stanly and Dianne, Mark and 
Wanda, Dave, Lip's, Brian, Carb, 
Elliott--The gametes and all the 
good times--Tally-Ho — A special 
thanks to Mom and Dad. 

ELLIOT MARK WEISS 
1975 being the "Hort Chief" Satur- 
day classes for six semesters—Ap- 
ples --Transplanting 1975— Selling 
honey- -Luuppi — F-r-r-r-ank- -By- 
ron- -Pete --Bart- -#54 --Brian- -and 
all the good times we had— My 
faithful roomate Brad — All the Dy- 
namic Men of Hort. --Hey Luppi, 
That's a one way street! Yes, 
those are tracks for trolleys in the 
street— the official Hort. car— 
"Today we are going to talk about 
male and female asparagus plants" 
--"Let's move out!"--"Yo Ho, 
HO"--"I'll indicate that in subse- 
quent hours" — "Now we are going 
to talk about potater breedin. . . "-- 
--"Whats going to be on the test 
Doc? Know everything men!" 

"Hey Zehnder, these California 
grapefruits ain't worth a dam ! ! ! " 
--Those Dynamic Hort. Profs, and 
Vinnie Vinifera or better known as 
VVP— Horticulture The Dynamic 
Major— Thanks to Mom and Dad 

MARK M. WILSON 

Cross country- -track — Ice Cream 

Parties 



ELLIOT WEISS 



MARK WILSON 





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ORNAMENTAL 
HORTICULTURE 




JOHNMERTZ, B.S., M.S., Ph. D. 
Department Chairman Ornamental Horticulture 



To the Class of 1976: 

Your graduation in May marks the end 

of what the Department is confident that you 
will come to view as four of the most im- 
portant and fruitful years of your lives. It 
also marks the beginning of a lifetime of 
professional contributions and civic and 
family commitments. So May 16 is an in- 
stant in transition, a moment you will come 
to remember for what it is --both an end and 
a beginning. 

In the years ahead we hope that you will 
continue to think of yourselves as part of the 
Department. We, too, are in transition, 
seeking to identify that which is the best of 
the old and to blend with it new ingredients 
that we think will help us to fulfill our mis- 
sion with increased sensitivity to the needs 
of our students. We trust that you will keep 
in touch with us and contribute wherever 
you can to our efforts to continually strength- 
en the major and the college. 

I and the members of the Departmental 
Faculty offer our congratulations to you and 
we look forward to your continued success 
with the utmost confidence. 

Sincerely, 

John C. Mertz 

Chairman, 

Ornamental Horticulture Department 



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DAVID E. BENNER, B.S. 

Instructor in Ornamental Horticulture 



ABRAHAM RELLIS 
Instructor In Floriculture 




FRANK GRAU, B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor in Ornamental Horticulture 




FREDERIC S. BIAU, B.L.A. , M.L.A. 
Professor of Landscape Design 



C. JAY ALBRECHT III 
Many thanks to my parents — Elson 
Hall— Samuel Second—Orchard 
parties and room parties, Bruce, 
Ken, and many more friends who 
made the time more bearable. 

ALAN OWEN BERGER 
Helen in the matress— New Dorm 
— Roy — Marge & the Barn—Chris, 
Guy, Ray, Tim, Jim, Tom, and 
all the twisted people. Plants, 
plants, and more plants — A-day — 
Homecoming --Intercollegiate 
Chorus — Thanks to Mom and Dad 
and Aunt Anna . 

STEVEN A. BROWN 
Telephone pole '75— Q's and case 
studies—Quercus— Mike and the 
Buds—Jeff— Goldman second— 
"Hey Oak I think we hit some- 
thing" — Trial by Jury— "69" — 
Choral- -Its been a long four years! 
Thanks to Mom and Dad for mak- 
ing it all possible. P.S. Hey Pete, 
There ain't no # ! ?" in lettuce. 

RAYMOND J. DAVIS 
"Friends?" on Ulman II--T.Z.-- 
Rum & Coke — Right Fielders Club 
— ' Montreal— 7/28-29/73— What 
about New Dorm?--Top. Survey: 
24 hrs. and snow! --"Joan" — Class 
f74__M.W.S. &J.0.— Cooke — 
Ravis— R. K. — O.H.S. and Wil- 
liamsburg- -the Cotillions: Mar, 
Jud, and Bush— DVC Greenhouse- 
Flower World --Bookstore and 
Grau's— Yearbook meetings in the 
Financial Aid Office— Memo's — 
Mixer's— Patries and Bullwinkle — 
11/8 & 11/15/75— Nassau— Second 
mothers in Allman--2 summers at 
DVC — South Orange— the Lake — 
the OH gang: "B", Holtz, Lans, 

, P.H., Bergs, Swineman and 
ryl— A special thanks to Guy 
and Ron for their friendship and to 
Mom and Dad. 

RONALD A. DURHAM 
Wolfsohn_9 — Moose— the library — 
Montreal— Doylestown Local to 
C.H. on weekends— "Strap", 
"Stain"— New Dorm 209 — reputa- 
tion?— T.S. all night! — centrifuge 
--the Bomb — "Nose" — "Joan" — 
M.S. & J. Q. —Cooke 219— the 
hub— PLANTS!— Holtz (twisted)— 
G's eye— the funeral — I gotta re- 
lax! --Flea Mkt. --Williamsburg 
Cotillions — Ed's- -Dykes — Wild- 
snat— Boy L. — F.G. "unbelievabe" 

— "shaap" — "Heavy age"-- 

"Look's like a " — B. M._"well" 

--"Please" — Work, another party? 
— Jungle!— L.S.D.— J.W.'s — 
Friendly's — "exquisite" — Mustang 
II— the Lake --Mono?- -P. A. --Nas- 
sau — "Ee. . . " — "My deear" — "ex- 
quisite"— C. S. , P.H. , B. L., 
Twot, Holtz, Dirtball, Bergs, "B", 
Thanks G&R. Special thanks to my 
parents. 

THOMAS EVERETT JR. 
The Bloom Fair- -snowball fight 
and sledding— N.D. 2nd and the 
incomparable J.D.— Big Jim— 





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THOMAS CASSIDY 





RAYMOND DAVIS 



RONALD DURHAM 




"Is that how to discipline a lamb?" 
--Samuel 2nd--greasers at Friend- 
ly's--mushy apples--"Ah-lou ! "-- 
"No more gravy buddy! "--Thanks 
to Mom and Dad and Friends. 



MARK J. FEIST 
THANK YOU Mom and Dad for 
making College a reality — Thank 
you God for helping me achieve 
this goal in life. 

THOMAS W. FISH 
J.D. and Bell's Bar--The Aggie- 
land Blues--All-Nighters — Many 
$$$ — Later — Hackensack Boys. 

H. JOSEPH FRANCE 
Thanks to my parents and friends -- 
Good Luck Ted and Bev, Ed G. , 
Cassey, Baker, etc. 

PATRICIA C. HILTON 
Goodbye to the true Bip and all the 
other ftps! — Penn Hall freshman 
y ear __the true Dead End Kids — OH 
Gang--Living on campus for the 
first and last time --Trial By Jury-- 
Volleyball Champs --Florida 1975 
— Intercollegiate Chorus--Band-- 
O.H. Techniques Labs — Woman's 
Varsity Sports At DVC — Parties and 
Dances at DVC especially Snow 
White and the Seven Dwarfs--All 
nighters for Top Surveying — Boomb- 
ing Of Helsinki and Landscape De- 
sign — "teach" — The Criket — Hock- 
ey and Badminton — Nassau — Intra- 
murals — Singing The Star Spangled 
Banner at home Basketball Games- 
-I'm here and I'm there and every- 
where—Thank you everyone at 
Del Val. Thank you Mon and Dad 
for making all this possible. Here 
today and gone tomorrow. 

JAMES A. HOLTZMAN 
Remembering my good friends: P. 
alias Bip., T. Lance, The "brats" 



MARK FEIST 




THOMAS FISH 




HOWARD FRANCE JR. 



Delaware Valley 
College Library 



brother "shoke"--Rag sessions with 
Anna Mae's psychic "Bio" — Sarge's 
"helen" with that incredibly high 
egg count- -confidential Ray, 
H.T.W. Ill salting tomatoe plants 
--Sleeze--The Ladies of Barness ! - 
-Phone calls to Gold and "cree" 
and good times with the Fill Brook 
gang. "Bean's" exciting mole — 
vole, and shrew lecture--Frank's 
astronomical, phenominal, SHOP 
lectures and "obviously" Fred — 
Circle K with P.B. . and men of 
APO — All nighters with Ed's, Sky- 
line and "Zoner" to pull me through 
--C.S. and Williamsburg — Lake 
George--P. S. U. --Philadelphia 
Nov. "75--Last but not least 
Sparks of Upperco!--My special 
thanks to Mom and Dad for mak- 
ing it all possible and giving me 
four of the best years of my life. 

BRIEN HEALY JAMISON 
Ulman III. . . Skeet the Beet, Hack- 
ensack Boys — Calk to Saratoga 
Springs—Thanks Mom and Dad. 

JOSEPH R. JANULEWICZ 
281 rides on the 7:19 A.M. -"hap- 
py" train to Doylestown--Popham's 
low deep voice --leaf and stem 
cutting speech demonstration— 
pushups in Phys. Ed. — strong win- 
tery winds almost blowing over the 
transit- -quantatative analysis ex- 
periments that never worked- -Sat- 
urday morning Biology lab --pig 
dissection, and Mertz's matching 
columns--the unforgetable odor of 
the Dairy barn and ginkgo lane — 
the acting cousin of Dr. Keyes — 
Claycomb's Tanzanian lectures 
and tractor backing — trig, func- 
tions of Tremble--Dr. Muse's ge- 
netics course in the summer ses- 
sion—not logical Lawrence—sum- 
mer job at Cooperative Extension 
Service--bee eating — pinning — 




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spreading — and butterfly nets — ana 
musical chair lab quizzes, 8 land- 
scape design plans in 2 weeks—al- 
ways late for Psychology — Polites 
boring lectures—presentations in 
Contemporary American Society — 
the dog bark to Benner's roll call— 
Thurs. night, 8:15 P.M. --Basic 
Design with Reilly — and 10:26 
P.M. "Midnight Special" to North 
Broad — North Philadelphia. 

BRYAN KINSEY 

Top Survey with the no. 1 group. 
Thanks to Mom and Dad for mak- 
ing it possible. And special thanx 
to Denice for waiting Goldman 1st 
and my daily trips to room 113. 

JUDITH TOWNSEND KOHN 
Survey Team #1 up 72 hours in 
Work Hall Lounge--Williamsburg 
with the O.H. club and the Chin- 
chilla Cotillion- -Slave labor and 
field trips with the Bean, or "Hurry 
up, we're late!" J.K. to S.K. and 
Hillview Farms. Love to my 
friends at D.V.C., and especially 
to my parents. 

TIMOTHY P. LANSPERY 
The best of luck and special thanks 
to Sleez, 4 years with Niarobi (Ed- 
die O' Jr. ) and Cash (the ford trac- 
tor kid). Wils and Simplicity P, 
Helen R.D. and the other 2 Musk- 
ateers. The kid and megaphone 
Mark. Dirtball—Knurd— Campus 
cleanup (Techniques lab). Thanks 
to Magoo, and best of luck to Ma- 
goo and Snapper. 

GUY LEIGHTON 
1 . library, rum and coke, the 
bomb, stain, Mark. 2. FG 'shaap' 
'unbelievable', TS6A.M., cen- 
trifuge, Joan, Nose 3. BD 'It looks 
like. . . . '--wildsnat, funeral, 'the 
party', gotta relax, the hub, Hel, 
B.M. "Well! 1 4. 'Eeee!', my 
deeer!, mono-city, Fred, exqui- 
site, Nassau, The Lake, Sarge, 
1872 Perm Ave., parties, Ed's, 
Friendly' s, doorknob Bergs, B. 
Main, Holtz!, Tim, Peacock, 
P.H., C.S., B.L., Plants!!!! 
Thanks to Ray and Ron for their 
friendship and special thanks to 
Mom and Dad for everything. 

BONNI R. LEVY 

SPECIAL MEMORIES— commuting 
freshman year and having Perm 
Hall— the Pepto Bismol Kid— Day- 
tona Beach and Rod Curl — Fort 
Lauderdale and the three carloads 
and Superjock, birthday parties, 
picnics, Charlies Brother, Shady 
Lane— The Butt— The Downstairs 
Bar — not being 21 and faking it — 
boring summer nights and even 
worse summer jobs— weekend job 
at Morris- -junior prom — the 7 
dwarfs — plant sales — Friendly's — 
getting kidnapped to Ed's— and the 
best birthday present of my life — 
Mac — the living humidifier. 
SPECIAL PEOPLE— walks with 
Steve — the 3 Muskateers — Laughs 



TIMOTHY LANSPERY 



CHARLES LEEDS 



Hole — good times and tails 
with T. Lans. And the so impor- 
tant original Dead End Kids. The 
girls mean more to me than the 
whole world. Special love to Lin, 
and more than I could ever write 
here to Scott. I have really been 
lucky knowing and loving these 2 
special people. Lastly I want to 
thank my brother Alex and my 
parents, and tell them I love them 
j ver realize. 
Goodbye Del. Val. 

DOUGLAS KENYCN MILLER 

Anna--T.R. Many thanks to Mom, 
Dad, and Anna for helping me 
thru. "Life is either a daring ad- 
venture or nothing. " Helen Keller. 

JOSEPH L. MILLER, JR. 
"Man is rich in proportion to the 
number of things he can afford to 
let alone" Thoreau. "No bird soars 
too high if he soars with his own 
wings. " Blake. Special thanks to 
Renee and Gary! 

BRUCE POLEY 

The abnormal parties, Cheif Jay, 
The Grand Wizard, The CHT man, 
orchard man, my highly know- 
ledgeable education, my parents 
:cr p::k:r.; ur ie : = '-. : ~.~ s: 
many other exciting features this 
school has to offer. 

JAMES PAUL SCOTT, JR. 
Living in Goldman 112 with JOE. 
All the times we went to NYC — 
the fun we had in the summer of 
75, going to the farm — selling 
hotdogs at the football games. 
Thanks Joe for all the fun we had 
together. Managing Basketball — 
Mr. Sauer — Thanks for helping me 
get through DYC— Work Study Jobs 
— Dorm Counseling in '75. I 
would like to thank MY PARENTS, 
K. B. , Rhodes, and Jesus Christ for 
giving me both encouragement and 
support. 

SANFORD J. SKOLNTK 

Eccl-ie -- . .-.aris to .Vc— . i^d Dad 
and Freya--special thanks and love 
to Marcy--Letter from. . . --Wild- 
cats Almost — Goldman II — Soccer 
Champs — Masterbatters — Cougars, 
only once — DeMattio, Q-stick and 
Volleyball — Goldman 1st Boy's, 
Woody- -I like your veins --Gold- 
man II Horns — Dominic's Pizza — 
J. C. — Big Party — Farm House — 
Ed's — Friendly's — Swirled- -Friends, 
Gordon, Doug, Seek, Tom, 
Shoosh, Bonnie — Debbie, Cheryl, 
Helen, Big C, Ron, Guy, Ray, 
Vince, Jeff, all the rest— RAG— 
'75 olds — The phone — Pinochle — 
Organic Lab — Court House Inn — 
Nassau — O.H. Float. 

GARY R. SECKINGER 
What's a 'Terk"? Goldman 1st — 
Ben, Chuck, and the Dairy Bcvs-- 
Manual Labor — Late nights. . . 

Third-: C- : .-" ::: :': : ; . . . '. ■-_:'_■- 

i^gs — Dave, Yince, Joe and 




GUY LEIGHTON 



BONITA LEVY 




EDWARD MA GEE 



JAMES METTLER 





DOUGLAS MILLER 



JOSEPH MILLER JR. 




the Social Committee--See ya at 
Appomatox Ken. 

CHERYL LOUISE SMITH 
L.B. — birthdays shared with friends 
--Trainers--Chinese food and 
flowers — my 2 lst--Jr. Prom — 
mixers--Snow White and the Seven 
Dwarfs, Greasers — Latin Casino-- 
Spectrum — Mama Leones and 
steak dinners for special friends. 
Thanks to Ray, Tim, Ellen, my 
roommates and all who were will- 
ing to lend a hand or listening ear 
when needed and for sharing some 
great times, to professors who took 
the time to care and to my parents 
who cared enough to see that I 
came to college and helped make 
it possible for me to stay here. A 
special thanks to the Chocolate 
City Kid for teaching me things I 
may have never learned, for a lot 
of good times and for sharing a ve- 
ry special kind of friendship. 



DAVID JOHN SUCHANIC 
Sawing down forests — towels in my 
face--Social Committee--Student 
Government—taking minutes — 
Cheif and Asst. Cheif--Mrs. Fin- 
nie and Mrs. Faaet--who wouldn't 
let me give up — to City Hall — to 
Lou and Thursday nights--the 
Farmhouse --Many thanks to Mom 
and Dad, to everyone who gave 
up their own time to help with the 
execution of the calendar of events, 
Remember Goldman Hall 1st — Re- 
member Benner's Boys. 

PETER THOMAS 

Guys from Barness--Mennonites-- 
D.V. C. jumps on weekends- 
Mom, Dad, and the Kids — Kathy 
and me forever and ever and al- 
ways — Special thanks to my mom 
and dad for making it all possible. 



KATHLEEN E. MULLARKEY 





MARSHALL PICKEN 



BRUCE POLEY 



JAMES SCOTT 




CHERYL SMITH 



WILLIAM SPICKNALL 




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DAVID SUCHANIC 





PETER THOMAS 





JEFFREY WIEST 



H. THOMAS WINEMAN 




JAMES WOOD JR 



JEFFREY D. WIEST 
Thanks to Mom and Dad for mak- 
ing it all possible—Special thanks 
to Kathy and the Ulman II Boys — 
Rollie, Bodine, Copeshats, Dates, 
Corminski, Somber, Tommy, 
Mace--The football team and 
great defense secondary, idiot 
drills--Nothing in the world can 
take the place of persistence. 
Talent wall not; nothing is more 
common than unsuccessful men 
with talent. Genius will not; unre- 
warded genius is almost a proverb. 
Education alone will not; the 
world is full of educated derelicts. 
Persistence and determination 
alone are omnipotent. --Anony- 
mous And so ends 4 years 

of vacation at the Ag. University. 

H. THOMAS WINEMAN II 
Nervous—Parties — Montreal and 
Williamsburg along with O.H. 
Goldman I and Work II. Centrifuge 
--salting plants—reputation build- 
ing. . . Student Government— Class 
of 1976, and Social Committee. 
Gotta Relax! The Big Party! On it, 
Ray, more parties. . .Jean and Jim. 
B. , bookstore. Work at the shop 
with Frank, Jane, Sherrie, and 
Jerry.. Unbelieveable ! ! ! Helen 
the cute one, the funeral, plants, 
"Well! '--Jr. prom, Nassau!!! 
Class and Student Government 
Treasurer, Eeee ! — exquisite- 
peacocks— my dears— organ music 
— Bette, LSD--The Bean's Field 
trips— Wierd places: Ed's—Friend- 
lies— and The Farmhouse --more 
parties — heavy Twistage — Mas- 
querade Dance and muds lidding??? 
Great friends are forever: Perk, 
Shoosh, Ray, Woody, Helen, Ron, 
Holtz, Allen, Guy, Tim, Chris, 
Rose, Maryanne, Marion, Pat, 
Cheryl, Bonni, Mrs. Faaet and 
Mrs. Firmie. Special thanks to my 
wonderful parents for making these 
four great years possible ! ! ! Ner- 
vous again. 

JAMES W. WOOD, JR. 
Special thanks to Renee, Mom and 
Dad for making it possible. The 
guys of Goldman First— O.H. So- 
ciety— D. T. A. —The Farmhouse — 
Wolfsohn Hall— the Cougars — A- 
day meetings— My crazy roommate 
--and thanks to Dave, Doug, Dick- 
ie, and Bill for all the good times. 



A. BLAINE WORRALL 




Camera Shy: 

John A. Thomas 
Randolph E. Shenvood 
Stephen E. Wright 
William J. Gately 
Dane R. Jackson 
Cornelius F. Mc Laughlin 
Donald H. Yowell 
Dennis Gawronski 
John P. Harrington 
Raoul M. Walsh 
Kim L. Griffiths 
Cindy L. Mc Dowell 
John P. Forden 
Joseph J. Sposato 




To the Class of 1976: 



SENIOR 
CLASS ADVISOR 



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Thank you for the opportunity.- to address 
the Class of 1976. It is both a pleasure and 
a privilege. 

My association with you as your class 
adviser has been very rewarding. It has 
been a pleasure watching you grow, ma- 
ture and learn from your experiences at 
Delaware Valley College. 

You will now be joining an extensive and 
distinguished list of successful graduates and 
I am sure that you will take your rightful 
place with them. 

I know that you will cherish the mem- 
ories of your college years and I hope that 
you will make your college friendships last 
a lifetime. 

I look forward to your return visits and 
I hope they will be often. 

It is fitting that your graduation occurs 
during our nation's Bicentennial since many 
of your desires as leaders, organizers and 
innovators were also shared by our found- 
ing fathers. 

One appropriate parting thought is that 
the learning process does not end on Com- 
mencement Day, but rather it is the begin- 
ning. 

Thank you for the opportunity to serve 

Y° u - Sincerely, 

Louis L. Hegyes 





IN MEMORY 
ROBERT F. HARRISON 

1954-1975 



FRESHMEN 





FIRST ROW L TO R: M. Cridland, A. De Mola, E. Closson, G. 
Burns, G. Feather, W. Cashin, G. Cooper, J. Andrus. SECOND 
ROW: L. Coumbe, L. Bernard, A. Davis, C. Edwards, K. 
Clarke, R. Emerizy, M. Choma, C. Buchanan, D. Burrell, K. 



Dunning, T. Bowman, J. Burke, D. Dugan. THIRD ROW: J. 
Bernard, D. Davis, B. Flannery, S. Bailey, E. Byers, J. Davis, 
M. Dequzis, T. Correll, S. Bennett, H. Dunn, D. Flick, E. 
Fleming, M. Di Stefano, C. Bish. S. Crane, M. De Petris. 



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L TO R: M. Strusiak, President; C. Harding, Vice President; C. Kasper, 
Treasurer; D. Limbach, Secretary. 




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FIRST ROW L TO R: K. Henry, D. Kalik, R. 
Karrn, V. Frey, N. Goodwin, K. Hoover. SEC- 
OND ROW: J. Jensen, K. Grabowski, B. Linde- 
berg, F. Guest, M. Gervis, P. Haran. THIRD 
ROW: C. Grube, J. Fretz, M. Lamb, J. Hoffec- 
ker. FOURTH ROW: D. Limbach, K. Fry, C. 



Holowath, B. Grubb, A. Habiak. FIFTH ROW: 
P. Healey, C. Green, M. Hamilton, C. Haller, 
R. Grouser. SLXTH ROW: E. Flynn, M. Hoelper, 
R. Grill. SEVENTH ROW: K. Kemp, S. Geller, 
H. Hickmott, C. Harding, C. Kasper, B. Jerzew- 
ski, J. Jonik, B. Jardell, G. Hermann. 



FIRST ROW L TO R: J. Presto, A. Putosek. SECOND ROW: 
G. Michalak THIRD ROW: S. Neville, M. Mawson, T. 
Runkel, J. Matolaitis, M. Neigut. FOURTH ROW: K. 
Peterson, K. Madara, S. Morton. FIFTH ROW: R. Mil- 
ler, W. Plummer, C. Morton, M. Ridge. 










FIRST ROW L TO R: B. Van Laere, M. Snyder, G. Sadowski, S. Silberstein, S. 
Staub. SECOND ROW: S. Stys, J. Whitehead, P. Striefsky, S. Scott, J. Stredny, 
G. Schubert. THIRD ROW: J. Van Nuys, D. Unger, M. Wolak, B. Williams. 
FOURTH ROW: J. Skerbish, J. Kazarnowicz, B. Ungerman. FIFTH ROW: D. Trues- 
dall SDCTH ROW: J. Russell, M. Strusiak, D. Smith. SEVENTH ROW: N. Ziolkow- 
ski, T. Sawicki, B. Thompson. EIGHTH ROW: S. Saxton NINTH ROW: B. White- 
house, L. Tauopal, K. Van Aulen. TENTH ROW: T. Fredrick, T. Varacallo. 



SOPHOMORES 




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FIRST ROW" L TO R: M. Beach, J. Appleton. SECOND ROW: 1. 
Bannon, L. Ball, K. Faherty, M. Carrao. THIRD ROW": V. 
Bruce, A. Karcher, G. Dondero, J. Dimmler. FOURTH ROW': 



B. Bov.-rr.an, K. Goebel, FIFTH ROW: P. Barrett, W. Aukett, 
D. Galloway, C. Bushko, G. DeFranca, R. Fulton, V. Butera, 

r\ ?.;•,!-, I. Failev, C. Bcrgard, L Preston, D. Larsson. 




FIRST ROW L TO R: C. Bushko; Government 
Representative, Dr. Lazarus; Advisor. SECOND 
ROW: R. Mc Carty; Vice President, B. Tichy; 
Secretary. THIRD ROW: V. Butera; President, 
K. Goebel; Government Representative. 




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FIRST ROW L TO R: R. Kerstetter, J. Lepkowski, D. Graham, J. 
Kravitz, K. Kline. SECOND ROW: J. Katz, G. Johnson. THIRD 
ROW: A. Koppe, G. LaCava, T. Jakuczyk, E. Foy. FOURTH 
ROW: C.Hirt, P. Jennings, D. Genge, H. Dietch. 



Biflsic^a 




FIRST ROW L TO R: P. Risser, M. Mc Grath, W. Morgan, 
D. Sedergran. SECOND ROW: K. Paul. THIRD ROW: R. 
Rhodes, E. Preston, I. Linke, L. Lipton, D. Mellon, T. 
Robbins. FOURTH ROW: S. Miller, R. Mc Carter, J. Rus- 



so, S. Hertig, A. Proubc, L. Silverman, D. Heisey, P. Schroll 
Schroll. FIFTH ROW: L. Post, D. Perry, J. Maloney, S. 
Makrancy. 



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FIRST ROW L TO R: B. Weibley, S. Zabinski, B. Tichy, T. Swenson. SECOND 
ROW: L. Whippie, J. Techtman, E. Taczanowsky. THIRD ROW: T. Sell, D. 
Schoonmacher, J. Watson. 





FIRST ROW L TO R: R. Kliment, C. Geyer, J. Jacob, N. 
Giel, A. Grossjean. SECOND ROW: D. Foley, J. Hewett, P. 
Kirsch, H. Hoffman, D. Duchai, K. Hillegass, J. Forsyth, 
L. Di Donato, M.L. Bowersock. THIRD ROW: B. Gerberich, 



K. Brusstar, N. Henkel, F. Butera, D. Bonpua, K. Deasey, 
A. Koenig, J. Iasello, D. Hunsicker, N. Houseknecht, S. 
Berman, L. Berry. 






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FIRST ROW L TO R: A. Grossjean; Government Rep, J. Smith; 
Government Rep. SECOND ROW: G. Barber; Treasurer, D. Foley; 
Secretary, N. Reynolds; Vice President. MISSING: D. Bender; 
President. 




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FIRST ROW L TO R: D. Miller, P. Zmoda, N. Reynolds, P. 
Weilicski, B. Siroka, J. Smith, C. Kogel, M. Scnatz. SEC- 
OND ROW: D. Long, C. Federico, M.K. Moscati, T. Smith, 
P. Wohlferth, A. Zimba, S. Shaner, G. Krug, M. Pierce, M. 



Rosenblatt, C. Main. THIRD ROW: K. Musser, G. Leyrer, 
M. Muhr, B. Gerberich, F. Butera, R. Kramp, G. Barber, W. 
Tucker, T. Weisel, D. Levitsky. 



AGRONOMY 
CLUB 




FIRST ROW L TO R: P. Northrop, C. Squire, J. Mc Closkey, M. Payton, I. 

Brunner; Vice President, M. Lipton, T. Roeschen. SECOND ROW: Mr. Kem- 

merer; Advisor, P. Zakanycz, M. Tarulli, L. Kupper; Treasurer, P. Ray, J. 

Spindler, C. Gyer, T. Woller. THIRD ROW: J. Skwara; President, C. Kem, 

E. Eisenhart, T. Schnell, B. \'an Laere, R. Salber, S. Matechak. 




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SOCIETY 




HRST ROW L TO R: Dr. Berthold; Advisor. SECOND ROW: B. Reilly; President, B. Gerberich; Vice- 
President, K. Deasey, J. Dimmler; Secretary, P. Zmoda, E. Weiss; Treasurer, P. Haran. THIRD ROW: 
S. Stys, H. Dambley, T. Roeschen, B. Van Laere, B. Leh. 




FIRST ROW L TO R: J. Holtzman; Treasurer, J. Davis, R. Lester, R. Cohen, R. Fulton, B. Leh, T. Stern, S. 
Cygan; Pledge Master, A. De Yries; Sargeant at Arms, M. Picken. SECOND ROW: Dr. Orr; Advisor, R. Reges- 
ter, K. Goebel, B. Weibley, B. Gerberich; President, K. Brusstar, T. Newell; Vice President, L. Perea. 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA service organization 




AMERICAN 
INSTITUTE 

OF 

BIOLOGICAL 

SCIENCE 




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FIRST ROW L TOR: A . Apter, F. Kresock, P. Butela. SECOND 
ROW: G. Ostroff, H. Dietch, L. Myers, R. Albert. THIRD ROW: 
Dr. Allison; Advisor, S. Raine, C. Main, D. Boretti, W. Bleicher. 
FOURTH ROW: C. Coll, R. Hirst. 



BUSINESS 
CLUB 





FIRST ROW L TO R: M. Burbella; Secretary, L. Morgan, C. Zintner, C. Federico. 
SECOND ROW: M. Wagner, D. Pillon; Store Manager, W. Csupa, J. Sweeney; Treasurer, 
E. Staudenmayer; Vice-President, R. Henne; President, Mr. West; Advisor. THIRD 
ROW: J. Appleton, D. Con-ado, M. Gaul, L. Gehman. FOURTH ROW: R. Miller, 
T. Weisel, F. Prange, J. Raffetto. 



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FIRST ROW L TO R: Mr. Fitt, L. Barnard, M. Ridge, R. Karcher, F. Kresock, O. Cooper, J. Syme, B. Van 
Sciver. SECOND ROW: T. Sawicki, C. Cantaluppi, F. Savini, R. Cornell, S. Saxton, D. Sciss, S. Nevill. 
Not Pictured: P. Hilton, S. Shaner, K. Paul, T. Smith, R. Register, D. DiGenova, R. Durham, S. Miller, 
L. Wippi, R. Kerstetter. 



BLOCK 
AND 

BRIDLE 
CLUB 






CHEM 
CLUB 




FIRST ROW L TO R: R. Mc Carter; Secretary, W. Lentz; Treasurer, R. Ashe, J. Matulaitis. SECOND ROW: 
W. Hughes, Dr. Stenson; Advisor, A. Karcher, J. Stevens; President. THIRD ROW: M. Borutta, Dr. Lazarus, 
R. Cohen, K. Martin. 



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FIRST ROW L TO R: J. Jacobs, D. Ketner; President, C. 
Smith. SECOND ROW: E. Stevens; Vice President, D. Miller, 
N. Henkel; Secretary, S. Cornman. THIRD ROW: M. Wilson; 
Treasurer. 



CAMPUS 4-H 




CHORALE 



FIRST ROW LTOR: K. Brockenbough, T. Nigra, R. Patzig, G. 
Burns, E. Knepper, D. Kozikowski, C. Grube, W. Cashen, B. Pitsko, 
C. Haller. SECOND ROW: G. Summers, D. Foley, R. Emerizy, G. 
Leighton, D. Ralston, K. Deasey, K. Fry. THIRD ROW: C. Coll, 
S. Shaner, P. Hilton, M. Carrao, K. Morgan, D. Limbach, B. 
Stevens, S. Staub, J. Jacob. FOURTH ROW: J. Cassel, A. Berger, 
S. Brown, C. Main, G. Feather. FIFTH ROW: M. Deguis, C. Elli- 
ott, R. Durham. 





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CONSERVATION 




FIRST ROW: J. DeMille, C. Tenvilliger, S. Urna, K. Jordan, F. Asaro; President, D. Ray, Mr. Kemmeier; Adviser. SECOND 
ROW: S. Miller; Treasurer, S. Geller, M. Muir, K. Paul; Secretary, D. Dugan. 





,y*S CIRCLE K 

SERVICE CLUB 



LOWER STEPS L TO R: P. Barrett, J. Holtzman, J. Iaselo. STAIRCASE TOP 
TO BOTTOM: R. Kerstetter, K. Jordan, T. Lanspery, S. Skolnik, J. Cassel, 
M. Wilson, N. Ziolkowski, B. Claypoole, B. Thompson, Mr. Clelland. 





CORNUCOPIA STAFF 




FIRST ROW L. TO R. : R. Durham, H. Dunbar, J. Forsyth, SECOND 
ROW: J. Holtzman, K. Kemp, G. Michalak, THIRD ROW: J. Spindler, 
J. Dimmler, B. Levy, B. Reilly: Photography editor, FOURTH ROW: R. 
Davis: Editor, Mr. Sauer: Advisor, D. Ralston: Copy editor. Missing from 
photo: M. Fulton: Layout editor, D. Rodgers: Artist, S. Shaner: Business 
Manager, B. Tichy. 




the move to the Admissions Center 

--'third floor annex', paint, paint, and 
more paint, 'Lets have a Bicentennial 
theme this year', 'Byron, did you get 
those pictures last week?', 'Hey Mar, 
can you have these 25 pages done by 
tomorrow?', 'Debbie and Helen need 
help, after all, the senior directory 
should have been in last week', 'Does 

anyone have any free time to , 

'Carousel at Downingtown' Skyline, 
. . . . ' and we only missed three out of 
four deadlines' 




TOP, FIRST ROW: N. Housenecht, C. Duncan, M. Carrao. 
SECOND ROW: M. Hautau, K. Morgan, R. Hitchner, S. Cor- 
man, D. Beadling. THIRD ROW: T. Urban, R. Macarty, D. 
Tobias, A. Puskas, K. Baker, W. Johnson. BOTTOM, FIRST 
ROW: E. Taczanowski, B.Stephens, D. Vislocky, C. Elliot, 
L. Ball, D. Cope, J. Stredny, D. Ketner. SECOND ROW: Dr. 
Plummer, D. Heisey, A. Grosjean, T. Robbins, D. Me 11 en, 
C. Ogline. THIRD ROW: Unknown, K. Hillegas, J. Taranto. 
G. Krug, J. Chamberlin, Unknown, J. Brody, B. Snyder, 
I. Link, G. Gayman, B. Smith, C. Moose, J. Beshore, Dr 
McCaffrey. 




DELTA TAU ALPHA 

AGRICULTURAL HONOR SOCIETY 




FIRST ROW L TO R: Herb Gebely, Treasurer; Jeff Bollinger, Elliot Weiss, Guy Leighton, Tom Wiseman, Steve Wright. SECOND 
ROW: Bob Moore, Dole Moyer, Byron Reilly, Brian Kahn. President; Dr. Muse, Advisor; Bonni Levy, Ken Baker, Vice President; 
Gary Seckinger, Cheryl Smith. THIRD ROW: George Klein, Jay Chamberlin, Mike Fluchere, Greg Stamm, Bart Thomas, Joe 
Miller, Carl Cantiluppi, Steve Brown, Jim Wood, Betsy Claypoole, Secretary; Diane Cole, Ken Bears. FOURTH ROW: Brad Smith, 
Kathy Rigolizzo, Publications. 



DVC CHRISTIAN 
FELLOWSHIP 




FIRST ROW L TO R: C. Elliot, K. Grube, SECOND ROW: J. Cassel, 
B. Stevens, K. Paul. THIRD ROW: R. Davis, K. Deasy, D. Heisey. 
FORTH ROW: D. Ray. 



EQUESTRIAN TEAM 




sv« EQUINE 

SEATED: N. Goodwin, E. Gallen. STANDING L TO R: S. Morton, K. Grabowski, D. Truesdell, M. Bowersock, 

C. Morton, D. Kalick, J. Van Nuys, J. Hewett, D. Limbach, C. Kelley, A. Grosjean, B. Coleflesh. /^ T TT> 





FIRST ROW: E. Gallen, C. Kelley, C. Limbach. SECOND ROW: 
G. Michalak, J. Hewett, D. Truesdall, J. Van Nuys. THIRD ROW: 
M. Bowercock, D. Kato, T. Neweul, C. Weber. 




FFA 

FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 




FIRST ROW L TO R: K. Graeowski, R. Regester: President; SECOND ROW: S. Bennett, D. Heisey: Treasure!, 
L. Bern-: Vice president, Mr. Tern-; Advisor, D. Weise. THIRD ROW: C. Elliott, J. Cassel; Secretary, A-Day 
Representative. N. Goodwin. 



FOOD INDUSTRY CLUB 




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FIRST ROW L TO R: D. Eshleman, Mr. Barnes: Advisor, M. Saylock. P. 
Tygh, C. Wismer, H. Sumner. SECOND ROW: K. Dansberry. M. Scott 
K. Riggolizzo. THIRD ROW: J. Ashley, L. Mahoney. FOURTH ROW: S. 
Weymouth, J. Gourley. 




FTD 

Florists Transworld Delivery 



Student Chapter 







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FIRST ROW L TO R: R. Davis, C. Smith, A. Berger, D. Hunsicker, D. Levitsky, C. Deasey, S. Skolnik, T. Wineman, P. 
Hilton, B. Levy. SECOND ROW: C. Hiit, T. Jacubzyck, R. Durham, R. Kerstetter, J. Wood, G. Seckinger, R. Patzig, J. Mil- 
ler, J. Iasello, G. Kernan, E. Keuogh; Vice President, G. Leighton; President, E. Conway; Secretary—Treasurer, P. Jennings. 




THE 
GLEANER 

Literary Magazine 



L TO R: J. Forsyth, B. Kahn, L. Berry, K. Jordan, J. Dimmler, P. Northrop, P. Wohlferth, 
Missing: P. Barrett. 



THE HORTICULTURE SOCIETY 




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FIRST ROW L TC R: C. Heller, R. Fry, K. Deisy, J. Katz, B. Kahn, M. Wilson, B. Pitsko, D. Lohin. SECOND ROW: G. 
Pence, D. Johnson, K. Jordan. THIRD ROW: L. Berry, K. Henry, F. Salantri, E. Weiss, C. Cantaluppi. FOURTH ROW: H. 
Gebley, P. Stoffella, F. Asaro, B. Moore, G.Stamm. FIFTH ROW: D. Grant, S. Cygan, B. Troxel, E. Kielbach, D. Moyer, 
J. Bollinger. 










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INTER-CLUB COUNCIL 




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FIRST ROW L TOR: B. Weibley, G. Seckinger, N. Goodwin, P. Barrett, L. Berry. SECOND ROW: R. Regester, P. Hil- 
ton, C. Cantaluppi, F. Asaro, B. Reilly; Vice President, J. Holtzman; Treasure. THIRD ROW: Mr. McClelland; Advisor, 
E. Weiss, D. Foley, B. Gererich, B. Kahn, C. Schnapp, H. Sumner; President, J. Cassel; Secretary. 



OUTDOORS 
CLUB 




LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Zmoda; Treasurer, K. Kemp; President, J. Forsyth; Shop Manager, A. Apter; 
Secretary. 



PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 




THE RAM 

SCHOOL NEWSPAPER 



ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE SOCIETY 




FIRST ROW L TO R: C. Buchanan, T. Jacubczyk, J. France, 
C. Smith. SECOND ROW: R. Dobbs, S. Skoien, S. Makrancy, 
J. Wood, A. Berger. THIRD ROW: K. Fry, W. Plummer, B. 
Poley, D. Pieretti, D. Levitsky, T. Wineman. FOURTH ROW: 
S. Miller, P. Thomas, D. Becker, C. Bushko, M. Beach, S. 
Skolnik. FIFTH ROW: D. Hunsicker, E. Keough, E. Conway. 



SIXTH ROW: S. Zabinski, J. Albrecht, J. Kohn, P. Hilton, b. 
Silberstein, B. Levy, A. Koppe, M. Fulton, R. Durham, J. 
Bernard, R. Fulton, J. Miller. SEVENTH ROW: C. Hirt, P. 
Jennings, E. Kielbock, R. Kerstetter, J. Holtzman, T. Lans- 
berry, G. Leighton, R. Davis, D. Suchanic, G. Seckinger, 
V. Butera. 




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FIRST ROW: G. Kernan, J. Shepard, M. Landers, 
E. Kittles. SECOND ROW: L.Fennell; Secretary, 
E. Preston; Treasurer, M. Cowans; Vice Presdient, 
THIRD ROW: L. Weaver, B. Brokenborugh, L. 
Fennell, Mr. McClelland; Adviser, W. Tucker; 
President, F. Gittens. 



SCUBA 
CLUB 




FIRST ROW: S. Brown, J. Maloney; Secretary-Treasurer, D. Campbell, R. Liebowitz, A. Apter, H. Gebele> 
SECOND ROW: J. Russell, C. Harding, B. Peterson; President, Mr. Johnson; Adviser, R. Lee, R. Swenson. 





SKI 
CLUB 



FIRST ROW L TO R: B. Miller, M. Wagner, J. Albrecht. SECOND ROW: S. Silberstein, K. Stough, R. Lubar- 
sky, K. Ghering. THIRD ROW: C. Smith, S. Skoien, G. Feather, J. Evans. FOURTH ROW: D. Pillon, K. 
Linvill; President, R. Henne; Vice President, E. Staudenmayer, B. Poley, D. Vansant, T. Weisel, B. Dobbs, 
G. Lachance, M. Pezza. 



STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 




Officers. FIRST ROW: D. Suchanic; Secretary, B. Novak; President, T. 
Wineman; Treasurer. SECOND ROW: H. Sumner; Vice President, V. 
Costanzo; Judge. 




FIRST ROW L TO R: G. Carlson, J. Stredney, D. Miller, P. Striefsky, M. Strusiak, D. Bender, V. Butera, J. 
Smith. SECOND ROW: C. Schnapp, A. Grosjean, M. Snyder, K. Coebel, C. Elliot, J. Cassel. THIRD ROW: 
D. Suchanic, T. Wineman, V. Costanzo, B. Novak, G. Sekinger, J. Cassel. 



TROPICAL 
FISH CLUB 




L. Kraus, R. Lieberwitz, 
D. Cambell, Mr. Pence, 
J. Melograna, Mr. John- 
son. 



VARSITY 
CLUB 



FIRST ROW: T. Schnell, H. Otte, S. Cromwell, P. Hilton, B. Foy, F. Campbell, M. Wilson. SEC- 
OND ROW: R. Einhorn; President, E. Eisenhart, H. Deitch, J. France, S. Smith; Vice President, D. 
Moyer, T. King. THIRD ROW: D. Stamm, J. Scott, J. Szewczyk, B. Gerberick, D. Cope, Coach 
Wolfgang, C. Schnapp; Secretary. 



W.A.P.O. CAMPUS RADIO STATION 




FIRST ROW L TO R: R. Salber, W. Plummer, P. Wohlferth, T. Gardner, K. Bubbenmoyer, P. Northrup. SECOND 
ROW: R. Emerizy, B. Siroka, A. Warmflesh. THIRD ROW: J. Matulaitis, |H. Hickmott, K. Henry, P. Barrett, 
A. Apter, K. Morgan, C. Harding, S. Staub, J. Forsyth. FOURTH ROW: V. Butera, R. McCarter, K. Goebel. 




FIRST ROW L TO R: E. Kielblock, D. Maks; President, T. King. SECOND ROW: L. 
Mahoney, R. Hughs, R. McCarty, A. Zimba. 



WOMENS SERVICE CLUB 



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FIRST ROW L TO R: B. Thompson, L. Weaver, L. Ball, J. Stredney, H. Dunbar, J. Jansen. SECOND ROW: E. 
Preston, S. Shaner, P. Hilton, K. Henry, B. Pandy; Vice-President, B. Levy; Secretary. THIRD ROW: K. Smith, 
D. Ralston, I. Link, K. Paul, D. Cole; Treasurer, C. Smith; President. 




ATHLETIC 
DIRECTOR 



In the time that I have spent at Del- 
aware Valley College the thing that has 
made me feel most at home among you 
in your busy college life is the attitude 
that I find in most of you. You are very 
serious about your studies and try to 
make the most of the opportunities that 
the faculty, administration and your 
classmates have made available to you. 
You are enthusiastic and realistic in 
carrying on your extra-curricular ac- 
tivities and blending them with your 
scholarship. I think you will find as 
you continue to grow and develop that 
many of your richest undergraduate 
opportunities were not realized com- 
pletely while you were in school but as 
this growth continues you can draw 
upon the treasures of a good education. 
It is to be understood that the real ap- 
preciation of this rich experience can 
only be savored over the many years 
after graduation. 

Upon graduation you will become 
alumni and alumnae and I would like to 
remind you of your privilege and re- 
sponsibility of retaining an active con- 
structive interest in your college. 
Come back and visit the campus as 
often as you can, you will always be 
welcome. H> William Craver 

Acting Athletic Director. 




CHEERLEADING 75-76 




FRONT: Linda Morgan— BOTTOM ROW (L TO R): Connie Smith, Beverly Tichy, Joanne Whitehe 
Vislocky, Beth Stephens, Mary Corrao 

Cheerleading. A tough but rewarding sport. 

No one can explain why a cheerleader does what 
she does. She is a sports lover who trys her best 
to encourage her team and to back them all the way, 
win or lose. There is something that keeps her 
cheering through good times and bad, cheering 
when the team most needs her, always working 
hard, doing her best, coming back again and again. 

But cheerleaders, along with their smiles, 
often run into hard and disappointing times. She 
gets frustrated and can't help but get depressed. 
She gets injured and waits for the day she can get 
back into the squad. She can't smile all the time. 
She is, after all, human. 

A lot of time and work goes into cheerleading, 
If you start September 1st, and put all the practices 
and games she attends in a row, the sport runs 
into December. That includes two months of prac- 
tices and over a month of games. That's a lot of 
time. 

This year's cheerleaders will all be back next 
year. They're really excited about the sport. They've 
got a lot of determination, dedication, and most of 
all, spirit. They hope it starts to spread through- 
out Aggie -land 

Beverly Tichy 
Captain '75 - 76 squad 



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FOOTBALL 






FIRST ROW: Daniel Greenland, Defensive Back- 
field Coach William Navarre, Offensive Back- 
field Coach SECOND ROW: E. Kenneth Achuff, 
Defensive Line Coach Thomas Shreiner, Head 
Coach John Hardy, Offensive Line Coach 



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SECOND ROW: Jeff Wiest, Ben Snyder, Ted King, Jack Fallenstein. 



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FOOTBALL 1975 

Despite the 0-8 record the Delaware Valley College football team pro- 
vided Aggie fans with many exciting moments. Highlighting the year were 
the hard fought battles against Lycoming (Homecoming), Upsala, Susque- 
hanna (Parents's Day) and Wilkes (Anthracite Bowl). Against Lycoming, 
Upsala and Susquehanna the Aggies were leading going into the final per- 
iod, but somehow victory escaped them. In the final game of the year, 
Delaware Valley fell behind Wilkes in the Anthracite Bowl. Victory again 
escaped the Aggies when a late Aggies comeback fell short. 

Six seniors, throughout the season, proved to be able leaders for Coach 
Tom Schreiner's team. Co-Captains Jude McKenna and Greg Silenok, Jeff 
Wiest, Ben Snyder, Ted King, and Jack Fallenstein were the seniors on the 
squad. 

Wide receiver Jack Fallenstein was the second leading receiver and 
scorer on the team, while linebacker Greg Silenok led the squad in tackles. 
Most of the other statistics were dominated by underclassmen, so Aggies 
and fans will have much to look forward to. In conference statistics, Junior 
Scott Kingsbauer completed the campaign as the second ranked punter (37.5 
yd. avg. ) and second leading receiver with 246 yards. Freshman quarter- 
back Keith Truskin also finished the season as the fourth leading passer in 
the M.A.C. Northern Division. 

On the All-Conference team, Greg Silenok was selected as a first team 
linebacker while Ted King received defensive team honorable mention hon- 
ors. 




FIRST ROW L TO R: S. Kingsbauer, W. O'Neill, R. Nicholson, B. Snyder, T. King, G. Silenok, J. McKenna, J. Fallenstein, J. 
Wiest, M. Rinaldi, J. Edwards. SECOND ROW: J. Boaman, S. Melroy, F. Gittens, E. Cini, J. Itterly, M. Hann, M. Konoza, M. 
Landers, T. Orr, M. Clauss, F. Lackman, E. Peyton. THIRD ROW: P. Festa, D. Genge, M. Lipton, S. Hertig, D. Helmstetter, 
C. Comstock, J. Maloney, D. Schoonmaker, R. Kling, E. Kittles, J. Techtman, J. Renshaw, R. Mekel. FOURTH ROW: M. 
Breidor, J. Osmun, K. Rickenback, R. Phillips, R. Reapsome, J. Kazarnowicz, K. Truskin, C. Thomas, M. Resetar, S. McGlynn, 
J. Fretz, J. Laumakis. FIFTH ROW: R. Suber, R. Oberheim, J. Dunbar, B. Dugan, R. Kukoly, M. Kistler, R. Godbout, J. Citrone, 
K. Beaver, W. Beysel, M. Gervis, D. Wise. SIXTH ROW: H. W. Craver, E. K. Achuff, D. Greenland, T. Shreiner, J. Hardy, W. 
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CROSS COUNTRY 1975 



Dr. Robert Berthold's cross country team completed the 1975 season 
with a fine 10-3 mark and a fifth place finish in the Middle Atlantic 
Conference Championships. The 10-3 season also marks the fifth con- 
secutive winning season for the youthful Delaware Valley College harriers. 

With only two seniors on the squad, Captain Chuck Moose, of New 
Wilmington, Pa. and Mark Wilson, of Biglerville, Pa. , Coach Berthold 
got the most out of his underclassmen. Both Chuck Moose and Mark Wil- 
son were instrumental in helping the team compile an outstanding four 
year record of 41-8 (83.6?6). 

Junior Paul Bernett was the leading runner for Delaware Valley and 
was awarded the Most Valuable Harrier Award. 

Juniors Dave Stull and Bob Weidman, sophomores Ray Bryson and Jer- 
ry O'Connor and freshman Victor Frey were the other runners who con- 
tributed substantially to the success of the squad. 




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FIRST ROW: M. Werkheiser, H. Dambly, M. Wilson, C. 
Moose, P. Bernett, D. Foley. SECOND ROW: H. McGrorety, 
G. Gayman, R. Bryson, D. Coyle, C. Kogel. THIRD ROW: 



M. DePetris, J. Kipp, Dr. Berthold, V. Frey, C. Islebome, B. 
Wiedman. 




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FIRST ROW L TC R: D. Seller, N. Koe, T. NigTO, J. Kirk, D. Ralston: Captain, H. Dun- 
bar, D. Heisey, E. Foy, E. Hines. SECOND ROW: H. Otte, B. Novak, K. Faherty, J. Wea- 
ver, A. Mather, H. Dietch, K. Mullaikey, C. Cohlin, P. Hilton, S. Cromwell, Coach P. 




WOMENS FIELD HOCKEY 1975 

The Delaware Valley College Womens field Hockey :ei — 
completed their second season of competitive field hockey with 
a 0-5-1 record. 

Enveloping a field hockey program, while competing against 
established teams, is a difficult task and Coach Peggy Vellner 
has been patient and hard working. 

Seniors Catherine Cochlin, Helen Dunbar, Patricia Hilton, 
Barbs.:' \-d Captain Deborah Ralston have been the sports 

pioneers and have set the foundation for future Delaware Valley 
College hockey teams. 

U for Coach Vellner, throughout the season, wese 
senior goalie Debbie Ralston, iunior Audrey Mather, sophomores 
Holly Dietch, Katr. and Sue Cromwell, who scored 

goal of the seasc: I '.ather and Holly Dietch 

probably were Coach Velkier's most consistent performers dur- 

paign. Audrey was also named the Most Valubale 
player for the season as well 2$ captain foe next Fall. 

ighlight of the season was Del Yal's hard fought 
defensive battle with Wilkes College that ended in a scoreless 
tie. 



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BASKETBALL 1975-76 

Coach Frank Wolfgang's youthful team 
completed the 1975-76 season with a 5-16 
record. The squad, which had only one senior, 
Captain Raoul Walsh, was composed of most- 
ly freshmen and sophomores. If the present 
trend continues, basketball will be the sport 
of the future at Delaware Valley College. 

On the season, junior forward Dennis 
Pastucha finished as the high scorer with 429 
points for an average of 20. 4 ppg. Pastucha 
accomplished something no other Aggie bas- 
ketball player has ever done. He led the Mid- 
dle Atlantic Conference- -Northern Division 
in scoring with 206 points for an average of 
20.6 ppg. The 6' 4" Pastucha currently is in 
sixth place on the All- Time Delaware Valley 
College Scoring List with 1045 points. 

Senior Raoul Walsh ended the campaign as 
the squad's second leading scorer with 205 
points for an average of 11.3 ppg. 

In the rebounding department Dennis Pas- 
tucha was the leader with 144 while sophomore 
John Watson was the second with 105. 

Highlighting the season were Delaware 
Valley victories over Drew, Wastern, Wash- 
ington, Allentown, and Juniata. 

In the exciting Allentown game Dennis 
Pastucha' s 1000th career point proved to be 
the margin of difference in the 71-70 victory. 




BASKETBALL 1975-76 LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Paul 
Kraynak, John Lewis, Jim McShea, Raoul Walsh (Captain), 
Bob Cassel, Ron Colangelo, Brian Ruggieri. SECOND ROW: 
Phil Butler, John Wisniewski, Keith Truskin, John Watson, 



John Rodenbaugh, Dan Whittaker, Dennis Pastucha. THIRD 
ROW: Asst. Manager John Bernard, Asst. Coach Steve Zen- 
ko, Head Coach Frank Wolfgang, Head Manager Jim Scott. 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 



Coach Peggy Vellner's Delaware Valley College 
Women's Basketball team completed their second 
consecutive regular season undefeated. 

Last year, the sport's inaugural campaign at 
Delaware Valley, the team ended with a perfect 
4-0 record. This season the women finished the re- 
gular season with an unblemished 6-0 mark. 

Following the regular season the squad partici- 
pated in the Middle Atlantic Conference Women's 
Basketball Tournament. The women topped Gettys- 
burg, but then dropped decisions to host Elizabeth- 
town and Scranton. Their final combined record for 
the 1975-76 season is 7-2. 

Freshman Carol Dalton of Cranford, N.J. , fin- 
ished as the leading scorer with 164 points for an 
average of 18. 2 ppg. Dalton was closely followed 
by senior Captain Diane Cole of Warminster, Pa. , 
with 145 points (16. 1 ppg) and sophomore Janice 
Kirk, also of Warminster, with 141 points (15.6 
PPS)- 

Captain Diane Cole also received the Most Val- 
uable Player Award for her fine effort during the 
season. 




FIRST ROW L TO R: E. Flynn, P. Hilton, D. Seiler, J. Kirk, 
S. Cromwell. SECOND ROW: C. Dalton, H. Dietch, H. Otte, 



C. Cochlin, E. Hines, D. Cole; Captain. THIRD ROW: N. 
Coe, Coach P. Vellner, D. Heisey. 














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fW WRESTLING 




FIRST ROW L TO R: E. Eisenhart, J. France, T. 
King, D. Cope, D. Moyer, F. Campbell, S. Smith. 
SECOND ROW: D. Perry, T. Snell, R. Leech, D. 
Bender, T. Fleming, K. Detrick, R. Godbour, B. 



Bowman. THIP.D ROW: S. Yingling, F. Cimato, 
S. Hertig, P. Striefsky, A. Schull, D. Zaulsza, M. 
Danzs, T. Hunter, Mr. Marshall; Head Coach. 





The Delaware Valley College wrestling squad ended 
the 1975-1976 season with an outstanding 11-2 mark and 
a fourth place in the Middle Atlantic Conference 
Championships. 

Highlighting the season were Aggie victories over 
Susquehanna (48-6), Elizabethtown (38-15), Western 
Maryland (34-6) and a triangular match sweep of Lebanon 
Valley (25-13), Widener (31-9) and Juniata (50-6). Dela- 
ware Valley's only losses were at the hands of Wilkes and 
Lycoming. 

Senior All-American Doug Cope, finished the dual 
season with a perfect 13-0 record, the M. A. C. 177 pound 
championship and a third place at the N. C. A. A. Division 
III Championships. Cope completed his collegiate career 
with a 36-3 dual match record and an overall mark, in- 
cluding tournaments, of 66-10 for a winning percentage of 
86.8%. 

Senior heavyweight Ted King completed the regular 
season with a fine mark of 9-2 and the M. A. C. heavy- 
weight title. 

Two other seniors, Dale Moyer and Joe France, also 
completed their wrestling careers at Delaware Valley. 

Also registering fine records were junior 118 pounder 
Steve Smith (10-2), sophomore Tom Hunter (9-4), and 
freshman Art Shull (8-3). 

Coach Bob Marshall's second consecutive outstanding 
season elevates his career record at Del Val to an out- 
standing 22-5. 



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The Delaware Valley College track team ended 
the 1976 season as Spring Kings; they completed 
their season with a perfect 10-0 record. 

The undefeated team was the first in track his- 
tory at Del Val and is the first undefeated men's 
team since the 1961 golf team. The ten victories 
also establishes a new record for the most wins in 
one season. 

The Aggies scored impressive victories over 
Dickinson, defending M. A. C. Champions Wide- 
ner, Lebanon Valley, Ursinus and six other oppo- 
nents. The 440 yard relay team of Scott Kings- 
bauer, John Maloney, John Barry, and Mark Wilson; 
the mile relay team of Chuck Moose, John Malon- 
ey, Skip Einhorn, and Mark Wilson; along with Al 
Zimba at shot put, finished the season unbeaten. 

At the M. A. C. 's the team finished fifth out 
of twenty teams, with Al Zimba defending Iiis title 
in shot put. Sprinter Scott Kingsbauer (100, 200), 
John Maloney and Co-Captain Mark Wilson (440), 
George DeFranca (javelin) and the 440 yard relay 
team also scored at the M. A. C. 's. 

The Most Valuable Runner Award was presented 
to senior Mark Wilson, while the Most Valuable 
Fieldman Award went to Al Zimba. Seniors Chuck 
Moose, Skip Einhorn and Jack Fallenstein scored 
valuable points during the season and will be missed 
as will Co-Captains Ben Snyder and Mark Wilson 
who were outstanding as both performers and leaders. 

Next year should be just as bright with many 
good trackmen returning. 




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FIRST ROW L TO R: Mr. Hegyes; Ass't Coach, P. Simon, D. 
Stamm, C. Kogel, T. Gunther, M. Wilson; Co-Captain, B. 
Gerberich, P. Sollazzo, R. Einhorn, C. Moose, D. Genge, 
Mr. Navarre; Head Coach. SECOND ROW: J. Fallenstein, J. 
Maloney, H. Dambley, G. DeFranca, R. Vatanovetz, J. Wei: 



back, S. Kingsbauer, B. Dugan, A. Zimba, B. Snyder; Co- 
Captain, G. Cayman, Dr. Berthold; Ass't Coach. THIRD ROW: 
M. Danis, R. Weidman, N. Giel, M. Clauss, C. Iselborn, V. 
Frey, C. Harding, M. Kistler, M. Werkheiser, J. Barry, P. 
Bernett. 



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FIRST ROW L TO R: R. Nicholson, M. Mehltretter, G. Moroz, 
W. Hartzell, S. Matechak; Captain, E. High. SECOND ROW: 
P. Wieliczki, D. Whittaker, G. Richdale, G. LaCava, J. It- 
terly, W. Ennis, D. Helmstetter. THIRD ROW: J. Barr, J. 



Zisk, P. Butler, R. Arcari, J. Lewis, J. Houpert, W. Long, J. 
Dunbar. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Hardy; Head Coach, M. Schee- 
ler, T. Varacallo, R. Reapsome, G. Melly, W. Marinelli, 
J. Magnus, J. Lund, P. Barrett. 



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ball squad ended the 1976 
season with a 4-11-1 record. 

The Aggies topped Drew, 
Ursinus and swept a double- 
header from Philadelphia 
Textile to highlight the sea- 
son. Despite their losing 
record, the Aggies were in 
every game they played. 
During the campaign the 
team dropped five one run 
decisions. With a little luck 
the Aggies could have easily 
had a winning record. 

Junior second baseman 
Pete Wieliczki was the team's 
leading hitter with a . 356 
average. Wieliczki's fine 
play also earned him the 
Most Valuable Player Award. 
Wieliczki was followed in 
the hitting department by 
freshman John Zisk (. 333), 
senior Captain Sam Mate- 
chak (. 326) and freshman 
John Lewis (.310). 

Senior Gerry Moroz led 
the team in doubles, home- 
runs and was second in RBI's. 

The pitching staff was 
led by sophomore Bill Ennis 
who turned in a 2-0 season. 
Senior hurler Gary Dalina 
registered a 1-3 record and 
led the staff in complete 
games. Juniors Bob Nichol- 
son and Dan Whittaker also 
played important roles for 
the mound staff. Nicholson 
received the Most Valuable 
Pitcher Award. 

Throughout the season 
seniors Gary Dalina, Bill 
Hartzell, Eric High, Captain 
bam Matechak and Gerry 
Moroz provided leadership 
and enthusiasm. 



TENNIS 




FIRST ROW L TO R: Mr. Marshall; 
Coach, F. Gradel, P. Striefsky, J. Ste- 
vens, D. Buist, P. Bernett. SECOND 



ROW: J. Totten, R. Phillips, M. Chra- 
nowski, M. Glaiel, F. Crisafi. 





The Delaware Valley College tennis 
team completed the 1976 season with a 1-7 
record. The highlight of the season was the 
6-3 victory over Philadelphia Textile. 
The youthful Aggie netmen also dropped 
close decisions to Ursinus and Lycoming 
by 6-3 scores. 

Coach Bob Marshall's top performer 
was sophomore Frank Crisafi, who com- 
pleted the season with a fine 5-3 mark. 
Crisafi and freshman Mike Glaiel teamed 
up to register a fine 5-3 doubles record. 

The Most Valuable Tennis Award was 
presented to Frank Crisafi for his fine ef- 
fort. With only one senior, John Stevens, 
the tennis team has a bright future. 








Susquehanna 9 


2 


Upsala 7 


2 


Drew 7 


3 


Lycoming 6 


6 


Phila. Textile 3 


1 


Scranton 8 


3 


Ursinus 6 


2 


1/2 Stevens Tech. 6 



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GOLF 




LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Mc Carney, K. Burnley, C. Kern, T. Stawovy; Captain, T. Schnell, M. Strusiak, T. Orr, K. Rickenbach, 
Mr. Linta; Head Coach. 




Coach Ned Linta's youthful golf team finished with a 
2-11 record. Coach linta will not be losing one senior 
through graduation. The entire squad will return intact 
for the 1977 season. 

Leading this year's team was freshman Mike Strusiak. 
Strusiak, playing the most consistent golf of any member 
of the team, received the Most Valuable Player Award 
for his fine effort this season. Another fine freshman, 
Kent Rickenbach, followed closely in Strusiak's Footsteps. 

Junior Captain Tim Stawovy, Junior Chip Kern and 
Sophomore Bob Mc Carney, along with Strusiak and Rick- 
enbach, were the squad members receiving letters. 

The Aggie linksmen scored their victories over Ly- 
coming (482-495) and Widener (453-467). 

With a fine nucleus returning, the golf fortunes at 
Del Val look great. 


















DVC 452 


Swarthmore 


428 




Elizabethtown 


418 


455 


Johns Hopkins 


429 




Dickinson 


408 


444 


Upsala 


417 


482 


Lycoming 


495 


450 


Moravian 


431 




Scranton 


418 


426 


Ursinus 


406 


467 


Muhlenberg 


396 




Albright 


425 


453 


Widener 


467 




Lebanon Valley 


417 




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FACULTY- 
ADMINISTRATION 




Dr. James Work, Chancellor, and Mrs. Work 
Administrative Assistant 





Linda Green 
Assistant in the Chancellor's Office, Advisor 
to Women 



Willetta Gourley 
Assistant Secretary of the Corporation 



Dr. Joshua Feldstein, President, and 
Mrs. Feldstein 






Dr. Clinton R. Blackmon 
Dean 



Joseph E. Fulcoly 
Director of Student Counseling Services 





Joan Holt 
Secretary to Dr. Blackmon 



Elmer Reiter 

Assistant Treasurer of the Corporation, Comptroller 





Sharon Galitz, Secretary to Mr. Sauer, and Lynn Prentiss, 
Loans Secretary 



Robert M. Sauer 

Director of Student Financial Aid 




Shirley Finnie Gloria Faaet 

Secretary To Mr. Sitarski Secretary' To Mr. Tasker 





Oskar H. Larsson 
Registrar 



Emily Aulenback And Mildred Hanisco 
Secretaries To Mr. Larsson 



Robert J. Tasker 
Dean Of Students 




Stanley A . Sitarski 
Assistant Dean Of Students 





Admissions Counselors 
Brent Franklin, Stephen W. Zenko, Craig Deacon, and Barry Snyder 




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H. Willian Craver 

Director of Admissions 

Acting Director of Athletics 




Phyllis Stille and Elaine McGeady 
Secretaries to Admissions 



Mary Ann Birch 
Secretary to Mr. McClelland and Mr. Hegyes 





Louis L. Hegyes 
Director of Alumni Affairs and Sports Information 
Robert McClelland 
Director of Placement 
and Public Relations 





Esther Naddeo 
Secretary to Dr. Blackmon 



Steno Pool 
(LEFT TO RIGHT)--Betty Atema, Sylvia Vandergrift, Marie Sheaffer, 
Ethel Strand, and Marie Stough 




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Janice Boulton, Ethel Dendler 
Postmistresses 



Accounting Office 
Barbara Place, Rita Chrismer, and Dorothy Monte 



Clara M. DeCoursey and Agnes Wilson 
Purchasing Agents 





Dr. Richard Schumacher 
College Physician 




Edna Ney 
Secretary to Poultry Diagnostic Lab 




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Mrs. Cornell, Mrs. Fischer, and Mrs. Waddington 
School Nurses 





Library Staff 
(LEFT TO RIGHT) Marjorie Ponder, Elaine Smith (head librarian), Jean Winan, Ginny 
Balstar, Kitty Harrison, Betty Repak, and Dorothy Couffman 




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Charles Conover 
Senior Bacteriologist of Poultry Diagnostic Lab 



I. Howard Kahan 

Associate Professor of Poultry Pathology 





Robert Fitt 
Instructor in Music 



Peter Glick 
Professor of General Studies 






Paul Wade 
Instructor in General Studies 



Gordon Roberts 
Assistant Professor of General Studies 



Mr. Schirber 
Instructor in General Studies 




James O'Reily 

Instructor in General Studies 



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Joann Roberts 
Instructor in Music 





Edwin C. Lawrence 
Instructor in General Studies 




Richard C. Ziemer 
Associate Professor of General Studies 





George Keys 
Chairman; Division of General Studies and Business 
Administration 




Edward T. Gavin 
Instructor in General Studies 



Sally Smith 
Instructor in English 




Theodore Christie Jr. 

Asst. Professor in Mathematics 




James Popham 

Asst. Professor in Mathematics 



Michael Tabachnick 
Assistant Prof in Physics 



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Paul D. Trembeth 
Instructor in Mathematics 




PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 




E. ROBERT MARSHALL; Instructor in Physical Education/ Head Coach ned UKTA; Associate Professor in Physical Education/Trainer/ 

Wrestling and Tennis, WILLIAM NAVARRE; Instuctor in Physical Edu- Head Golf Coach 

cation/ Assistant Football Coach/ Head Track Coach, JOHN HARDY; 
Instructor in Physical Education/ Assistant Football Coach/ Head Base- 
ball Coach. 




Peggy Dee Vellner; Instructor in Physical Education/ Head Coach 
Field Hockey/ Head Coach Women's Basketball. 



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HELEN MUNDT; Secretary in Athletics. 




Mildred B. Gulick 
Staff Resident 







Custodians — (LEFT TC RIGHT) — James Thompson, 
Arthur Van Luvania, Roberto Sanchez, Len Musgrave, 
Paul Kinder, Bill Eckert, Dot Eckert 









Johanna C. Keunecke 
Supervisor of Housekeeping 




Maintenance— (LEFT TO RIGHT) — Dick Spelts, Leo VonRath, Mike 
Nagurny, Robert Lievau, and Joe Troxell 




George Moran 
Superintendent of Receiving and Inventory 



John Clinton 
Greenhouses 





Al Happ 

Grounds G Maintenance 





Cafeteria Crew (L TO R): Bill Gerberich, Joe Miller, Dave Lohen, Diane 
Bonpaur, Mark Wilson, Donna Foley, Norman Reynolds, Mary 
Corrao, Lydia Berri, Bob Hirst, Don Duchai, Mark Pierce, Nan- 
ette Goodwin, Rusty Kerstetter, Paul Zmoda, Jeff Hartline 



FRONT: Mary Cooley G Mary Russo 1ST ROW: Florence Dagney, Margaret 
Cook, Mabel Von Rath, Elda Ventresca 2ND: Jane Malecki, Joan Reaner, 
Sarah Landes. 3RD: Mary Brown, Grace Neff, Judy Weideman 





Michael Pence 

Chief of Security Force 



Frank Kopecky G Purcell Robinson 



COLLEGE STAFF 



D.V.C. DANCES 

Featuring: 

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SPECIAL 

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Gil Eagles — Psychic 



Everyday's A Holiday At Work Hall! 



TRIAL BY JURY 

A Hit At D.V.C. 







TRIAL BY JURY 




Cast 


The Learned Judge 


David Anspach 


The Plaintiff (Angelina) 


Beth Stevens 


The Defendent (Edwin) 


Steven Brown 


Counsel For Plaintiff 


David Delgado 


Usher 


Keith Maurer 


Foreman of Jury 


Greg Kernan 


Gentlemen of Jury 


Michael Bruce, Jon Cassel, Dale Davis, 




Mark Dequzis, Chris Elliott, Glenn Feather, 




John Jacob, Robert Karcher, Chris Main, 




Pat Mclnerney, Glenn Rush. 


Bridesmaids 


Mary Corrao, Pat Hilton, Soma Shaner 


Public 


Karen Borgen, Cindy Buchanan, Phyllis But- 




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FOUNDER'S DAY 

1976 






"I solemnly pledge to discharge all my responsibili- 
ties faithfully, honestly, effectively, enthusiastically 
and always to the very best of my abilities. 

I am very happy and proud to have had the opportun- 
ity to assist Dr. Work and to contribute to the progress or 
our College. 

Progress does not just happen! Progress and achieve- 
ment are the results of judicious planning and very hard 
work by many people. We at our College have always 
had an outstanding Board of Trustees, an excellent Ad- 
ministration and Faculty, dedicated and loyal staff, 
alumni and friends, and above all--a wonderful student 
body! 

We have come a long way but we will not pause for 
any rest period nor will we stagnate. We will always pre- 
serve our traditions and beliefs but we will adjust to the 
needs of the times. 

We will continue to maintain educational excel- 
lence. We will continue to give every student individual 
attention, careful counseling and the opportunity to reach 
his or her highest potential. 

Let's together work hard and unselfishly to preserve 
the past, improve the present and plan to ensure a most 
successful future ! In such a way, we will perpetuate the 
results of hard work, and the generous contributions and 
dedicated efforts of many people over the past 80 years, 
and especially the visions, accomplishments and aspira- 
tions of the Founder of the National Farm School, Dr. 
Joseph Krauskopf and the Founder of the College, Dr. 
James Work. 

May God bless all of you and thank you very much. " 

taken from the Inauguration 
Address of Dr. Joshua Feldstein — 
President of DVC 
Founder's Day, March 16, 1976 



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FIRST ROW L TO R: M. Carrao; Secretary-Treasurer, G. Fah 
nestock; Operations Chairman. SECOND ROW: D. Mattes; 
Chairman, W. Peterson, Mr. McClelland, Advisor. 




FIRST ROW LTOR: M. Carrao; Secretary-Treasurer, D. Hunsicker, J. Hewett, R. McCarter, M. Muir. SEC- 
OND ROW: P. Thomas, B. Reilly, T. Newell, M. Hautau. THIRD ROW: D. Johnson, B. Leh, B. Gerbench, S. 
Geller, D. Mattes; Chairman, K. Henry, P. Zmoda, L. Ball, D. Vislocky, R. Henne. FOURTH ROW: K. 
Kemp, B. Weibley, M. Tarulli, G. Fahnestock; Operations Chairman, L. Meyers, W. Peterson, W. Tucker, R. 
Cohen, D. Ralston. FIFTH ROW: Mr. McClelland; Advisor. 



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GRADUATION 






Well, we finally made it! A few lost pic- 
tures, some misspelled copy, a few left- 
out names, three (out of four) late deadlines, 
but we made it! 

Without the help of a few very patient, 
dedicated, and hardworking people it would 
not have all been possible. 

Thanks to Mr. Hegyes for his help in 
compiling the sports information, thanks 
to Sonia for her overtime --after May 16, 
thanks to Bev for all her last minute lay- 
outs, to the Dead End Kids', Debbie, Helen, 
Bonni, for their untiring efforts in com- 
piling the senior directory (among other 
things !), thanks to Marion for 'taking all 
the grief, to Byron and the rest of the 
photography staff for. . . and finally to 
Dianne Rodgers for the countless hours 
spent on creating our theme through her 
artwork. 

A special thank you to our friends in the 
Financial Aid office --Mr. Sauer and Mrs. 
Galitz, who put up with many visits from a 
traumatic editor! 

To all these people and anyone else in- 
volved in the production of this yearbook, 
I say 'Thank You'. It is my hope that this 
yearbook will serve as a lasting momento 
of the highlights of the school vear and as 
a tribute to the CLASS OF 1976. 



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SENIOR DIRECTORY 



C . [AY ALBRECHT III— Ornamental 
Horticulture 
573 Watford Lane 
Benvyn, Pa. 19312 

Ski Club, O.H. Society 

DAVID AllISON—Horticulture 

21 Cedar Street 

Pampton Lakes, N.J. 07442 

DAVID W. ANSPACH JR. 

130 N. Main Street 
Chalfont, Pa. 1S914 

A. P.O., Bookstore Manager, Drama, 
Soccer Club 

ANDREW R. APTER— Biology 
7563 Malvern Avenue 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19151 

A.I.B.S., A. P.O., Bike Club, Circle 
K. Club, Scuba Club, WAPO; Head 
Technician, Yearbook 

FRANK J. ASARO-- Horticulture 
Box 34 
Star Route A 
Flemington, NJ. 08822 

Circle K Club--3, 4, Conservation 
Society-- 1, 2, 3,4; President 3, Hor- 
ticulture Society--l, 2, 3, 4 

JOHN G. ASHLEY— Food Industry k 
Andrews Street Road 
Massena, N. Y. 13662 

Food Industry- Club, Intramural 

KENNETH BAKER- -Animal Husband!!! 
140 Shaler Avenue 
Fairview, N.J. 07022 

Block C- Bridle, Dairy Society, 
D.T. A.; Vice President 4 

JAY JOSEPH BECKUS— Biology 
458 Wyoming Avenue 
Kingston, Pa. 18704 

A. P. O. , Bike Club, WAPO 

KENNETH A. BEERS— Animal Husbandry 
2 Lyons Terrace 
Kinnelon, N.J. 07405 

D.T. A. 

LISA BENINATI- -Animal Husbandry 
Box 256 B 




R.D. =1 

Pennsburg, Pa. 18073 

ALAN OWEN BERGER— Ornamental 
Horticulture 

3333--J Henry Hudson Parkway 
Riverdale, N.Y. 10463 

F.T.D. Club— 3,4, Chorale— 1, 2, 3, 
4, Intercollegiate Choir— 2, 3,4: Vice 
President, Ornamental Horticulture 
Society— 1, 2, 3,4; Vice President 4, 
Ski Club— 1,2,3; Vice President 2 

JED BESHORE— Dairv Husbandry 
R.D. #1 
New Cumberland, Pa. 17070 

Dairy Society 

BILL BLEIC HER— Biology 
72 Cedar Lane 
Wayne, N.J. 07470 

A.I.B.S, A-Day Representative, 
Drama Club 

NORMAN M. BOCK— Business Adminis- 
tration 

25 ST. Dunstans Road 
Hatboro, Pa. 19040 

JEFFREY' E. BOLLINGER- -Holticulture 
630 Church Road 
York, Pa. 17404 

Horticulture Society 

MICHAEL BORUTA— Chemistry 
8 Boston Ivy Road 
Levittown, Pa. 19057 

Chemistry Club 

ROBERT J. BRENNAN- -Business Admin- 
istration 

594 Laneside Drive 
Holland, Pa. 18966 

STEVEN A. BROWN— Ornamental Hor- 
ticulture 
428 Upper Blvd. 
Ridgewood, N.J. 0~4S0 

Chorale, Scuba Club, Track, O.H. 
Society 



PAUL ROBERT BRUZZAXC— Biolo; 
17 Angus Lane 
Warren, N.J. 07060 

KENT BUBBENMOYER— Biology 



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R.D. #2 

Orefield, Pa. 18069 

Drama Club, Ram, WAPO; Statio 
Manager 

WILLIAM BUCHANAN- -Horticulture 
R.D. #2 
Stockton, N.J. 08559 

DAVID L. BUIST— Biology 
69 Pennington Road 
New Brunswick, N.J. 08901 



A.I.B.S. --2, 3, 4, A-Day— 2, Ram— 
2,3, Student Government — 2, Tennis 
— 2,3,4 

CRAIG C. BURMAX— Animal Husbandry 
407 E. Prospect Avenue 
North Wales, Pa. 19454 

Block £ Bridle Club, Livestock Judging 

CARL 1CSEPH CANTALUPPI JR. 
57 Valley Road 
Ringwood, N.J. 07456 

Band— 1,2,3,4, D.T. A., Horticulture 
Society — 1, 2,3,4; Vice President 3,4 

GARY CASEY— Animal Husbandry 
134 Holmecrest Road 
Jenkintown, Pa. 19046 

JOX CASSEL— Animal Husbandry 
R.D. #1 
Millerstown, Pa. 

A-Day — 2, 3; Chairman Hatrides 3, 
Agronomy— 3, Block C- Bridle — 1,2,3, 
4, Christian F e llowsh ip— 1 , 2, 3,4, 
Circle K Club— 2,3,4, Chorale— 3, 
4, Future Farmers— 1, 2, 3,4; Secre- 
tary 1,2,3,4, Interclub Council— 3, 
4; Se Cretan - 3,4, Soil Judging— 3,4 

THOMAS J. CASSIDY— Ornamental 
Horticulture ^M 
161 Roslyn Avenue 
Glenside^ Pa. 19038 

MARY AXXE CATINO— Animal Husbandry 
141 West 5th Street 
Mount Carmel, Pa. 17851 

Block t- Bridle—3,4, ICC, Livestock 
Judging Team, Womens Service Club 
--2,3; President 3 

W. JAY CHAMBERLIN—Dairy Husbandry 



Box# 361 
Coalport, Pa. 

Christian Fellowship, Dairy Society, 
D.T.A. 

DREW P. CHUPALIO— Biology 
122 Terrace Road 
Levittown, Pa. 19056 

Weightlifting Club--3,4; Secretary 4 

BETSY ROSS CLAYPOOLE- -Animal Hus- 
bandry 

528 Virginia Avenue 
Paoli, Pa. 19301 

Block & Bridle —3, D.T.A. —3,4; 
Secretary 4, Equine — 1, 2, 3,4, 
Womens Service Club--2,3 

CATHERINE COCHLIN- -Animal Husban- 
dry 

1095 Lenape Road 
West Chester, Pa. 19380 

Basketball, Block & Bridle, D.T.A., 
Field Hockey, Womens Service Club 
--2,3,4; Vice President 3 

DIANE N. COLE--Animal Husbandry 
799 Bluebell Road 
Warminster, Pa. 18974 

Block & Bridle, Basketball--3,4; Cap- 
tain3,4, D.T.A., Womens Service 
Club— 2,3,4, Treasurer 4 

ROBERT C. CONYER- -Horticulture 
18 Ebbtide Road 
Willingboro, N.J. 08046 

DOUGLASS. COPE— Dairy Husbandry 

Dairy Society, Wrestling— 1, 2, 3,4; 
Captain 4, Varsity Club; Treasurer 4 

STEVEN L. CORNMAN— Dairy Husbandry 
R.D. #6 
Carlisle, Pa. 17013 

Dairy Society, 4-H Club, Student 
Trainer, Varsity Club, Wrestling 

DEBBIE CORRADO— Business Administra- 
tion 

1113 Columbia Avenue 
Lansdale, Pa. 19446 

Business Club, Career Day Marketing 
Group Co-ordinator, Ski Club 




49 Saint Mary Drive 
Succasunna, N.J. 07876 

A.I.B.S., Social Committee, Student 
Conduct Committee, Student Court 
Judge, Student Government Represen- 
tative, 

BARBARA ANN COSTELLO- -Animal 
Husbandry 

3805 Mitchell Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19128 

Dairy Society, Intramurals, Senior 
Prom Chairwoman, Varsity Club, 
Wrestling Statistician, Womens Ser- 
vice Club 

WAYNE M. CSUPA- -Business Administra- 
tion 

640 Myrtle Avenue 
Garwood, N.J. 07027 

Business Club, Soccer Club; Secretary 
— Treasure rer 

JOANNE CUTLER— Biology 
Hi R.D. #2 

Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

A.I.B.S., Chorale 

STEPHEN CYGAN— Horticulture 
R.D. #1 
Box 327 
Quakertown, Pa. 18951 

A. P.O. --2, 3, 4, Horticulture Club— 
3,4, Soccer Club— 1, 2, 3,4; President 
1,2,3,4 

GARY S. DALINA— Business Administra- 
tion 

451 Crows Mill Road 
Fords, N.J. 08863 

Business C lub- -1,2,3,4 

KENNETH P. DANSBURY— Food Industry 
30 Fairway Drive 
Yardley, Pa. 19067 

Food Industry Club 

RAYMOND J. DAVIS— Ornamental 
Horticulture 

1872 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Bethlehem, Pa. 18018 

A-Day Committee — 3, Chorale — 1, 
2,3,4, Cornucopia-- 1, 2, 3,4; Editor 
4, D.T.A., ICC, FTD— 3,4; 1975 
A-Day Flower Show Chairman, O.H. 
Society--!, 2, 3,4; President 2 




VINCENT JAMES COSTANZO— Biology ANTHONY RALPH DE CANTO- -Biology 



331 Route 206 South 
Somerville, N.J. 08876 

DAVID DE ESCH— Horticulture 
822 Churchville Road 
Churchville, Pa. 19866 

Horticulture Club 

DAVID DELGADO— Animal Husbandry 
83 Diverty Road 
Trenton, N.J. 08628 

Band, Chorale, Intercolegiate Choir, 
Drama 

WILMER DREIBELBIS JR. 
Womelsdorf 
R.D. #1 
Womelsdorf, Pa. 19567 

Block & Bridle 

HELEN LOUISE DUNBAR— Biology 
2224 Hickory Road 
Plymouth Meeting, Pa. 19462 

Block & Bridle— 1,2,3, Hockey— 3, 
4, Intramurals — 1,2,3,4, School 
Mascot— 3,4, Womens Service Club 
--2,3,4, Yearbook— 2,3,4; Sports 
Co-Editor 2,3 

RONALD A. DURHAM— Ornamental 
Horticulture 
134 Thornhill Road 
Cherry Hill, N.J. 08003 

Band— 1,2,3,4, Chorale—1, 2, 3,4, 
D.T.A. --4, FTD— 3, 4 O.H. Society 
--1,2,3,4, Yearbook— 4 

RAYMOND P. EINHORN— Biology 
203 Colonial Drive 
Bricktown, N.J. 08723 

DENNIS N. ESHLEMAN— Food Industry 
Box #132 
Cleona, Pa. 17042 

D.T.A. --3,4, Cross Country— 1,2, 
Food Industry Club— 1, 2, 3,4; Presi- 
dent 3, Intramurals— 1,2,3,4, Track 
--1 

THOMAS L. EVERETT JR. —Ornamental 
Horticulture 

1229 Swarthmore Avenue 
Rutledge, Pa. 19070 

O.H. Society— 2,3,4, Wrestling— 1 

GLENN R. FAHNESTOCK— Biology 
400 Farnum Road 






Media, Pa. 19063 

A-Day; Operations Chairman, Block 
& Bridle--1,2,3,4, ICC, Ram, Photo 
Club 

JOHN EDWARD FALLENSTEIN [II— 
Biology 
Box #197 
Canadensis, Pa. 18325 

Football— 1, 2, 3,4, Track-- 1, 2, 3,4 

MARK J. FEIST- -Ornamental Horticul- 
ture 

2130 Murray Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19115 

O.H. Society 

THOMAS W. FISH- -Ornamental Horticul- 
ture 

358 Ashland Road 
Summitt, N.J. 07901 

MICHAEL JOHN FLUCHERE- -Horticulture 
127 Jean Drive 
Peeskill, N.Y. 10566 

H. JOSEPH FRANCE— Ornamental Horti- 
culture 

6207 Pinehurst Road 
Baltimore, Md. 21212 

O.H. Society, Wrestling, Varsity- 
Club 

NANCY I. FRENCH- -Biology 
47 Pebble Valley Drive 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

A.I.B.S. 

W. JAMES GARDNER- -Biology 
535 Simms Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19116 

Photo Club, Scuba Club 

MICHAEL ALBERT GAUL— Business Ad- 
ministration 

2923 Hatfield Valley Road 
Hatfield, Pa. 19440 

Business Club 

HERBERT GEBELY— Horticulture 
24 W. 4th Street 
Florence, N.J. 08518 

American Society for Horticultural 
Science, D.T.A., Horticulture So- 
ciety, Scuba Club; Treasurer 

LYNN GEHMAN- -Business Administration 



1218H Old Bethlehem Road 
Perkasie, Pa. 18944 

ED GLUNZ— Animal Husbandry 
300 N. 18th Street 
Pottsville, Pa. 17901 

Weightlifting 

JOHN C. GOURLEY JR. --Food Industry 
60 Hamilton Drive 
Warminster, Pa. 18974 

Food Industry Club, Ski Club 

DEBORAH HAMILTON— Ornamental 
Horticulture 
205 Femwood Avenue 
Upper Montclair, N.J. 07043 

DAVID B. HANDEL— Biology 
1408 Melrose Avenue 
Melrose Park, Pa. 19126 

A.I.B.S. 

WILLIAM HANTZELL— Business 
Administration 
140 Glenview Avenue 
Wyncote, Pa. 19095 

Baseball- -2, 3,4, Basketball 

RICHARD L. HENNE- -Business 
Administration 
425 E. Rively Avenue 
Aldan, Pa. 19018 

Business Club— 1,2,3,4; President 4, 
Ski Club— 3,4; Vice President 4, 
Student Store— 2, 3,4; Manager 3, 
Soccer Club 4 

JOHN E. HERBSTER— Biology 
1023 Riverview Drive 
Brielle, N.J. 08730 

ERIC LINCOLN HIGH— Horticulture 
S. Keim Street 
R.D. #1 
Pottstown, Pa. 19464 

PATRICIA C. HILTON- -Ornamental 
Horticulture 
R.D. #2 
Box # 108 
Stockton, N.J. 08559 

Band — 1,2,3,4; Secretary 3, Choarle 
--1,2,3,4; President 4, A-Day Re- 
presentative- -2, ICC — 3, Intercol- 
legiate Choir— 2,3,4, Hockey— 3,4, 
Basketball 3,4, O.H. Society, Circle 
K Club 



RONALD B. HITCHNER— Dairy Husbandry 
Fox's Mill Road 
R.D. #3 
Elmer, N.J. 08318 

Dairy Society 

JAMES A. HOLTZMAN— Ornamental 
Horticulture 
3615 Rutherford Street 
Harrisburg, Pa. 17111 

A. P.O. --1,2,3,4; Secretary 2, Trea- 
surers, Circle K Club— 1,2, 3,4; 
Secretary 1, Treasurer 2, President 3, 
ICC— 1,2; Treasurer 2, O.H. Society 
2,3,4, Yearbook— 4 

GARY S. HUNT— Business Administration 
301 Lafavette Road 
Sparta, N.J. 07871 

BRIEN HEALY JAMISON- -Ornamental 
Horticulture 
Fairfax Farms 
14 Nenagh Drive 
Wilmington, Del. 19803 

Intramurals, O.H. Society, Weight- 
lifting 

JOSEPH R. JANULEWICZ— Ornamental 
Horticulture 

2511 E. Monmouth Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19134 

CHARLES LEONARD JAQUAY-- 
Horticulture 
3 Englewood Drive 
Upper St. Clair, Pa. 15241 

WAYNE E. JOHNSON— Dairy Husbandry 
193 Adams Avenue 
River Edge, N.J. 07661 

Dairy Society, D.T.A. 

KEITH EVAN JORDAN— Horticulture 
5653 Humphrey Road 
Great Valley, N.Y. 14741 

Apiary Society — 1, Circle K Club — 
1,2,3,4; Vice President 1, President 
2, Conservation Society — 1,2,3,4, 
Cross Country-- 1, FFA--1, Gleaner 
--4, Horticulture Society — 4, Ram— 
1,2; Co-Editor, Soil Judging— 2, 3,4, 
WAPO— 3 

DENNIS KAHAN— Business Administration 
613 W. County Line Road 
Hatboro, Pa. 19040 

BRIAN ALECK KAHN- -Horticulture 






81 Hunyadi Avenue 
Fairfield, Ct. 06430 

LINDA ANN KALMBACH--Animal 
Husbandry 
County line Road 
Line Lexington, Pa. 18932 

Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Basketball--3, 
Womens Service Club--2,3,4 

WILLIAM J. KASEMAN— Business 
Administration 
R.D. #1 

New Galena Road 
# 950 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

Business Club 

SUSAN FAY KEESLER—Business 
Administration 
R.D. #1 
Box # 24 
Equinunk, Pa. 18417 

4-H Club, Chorale, O.H. Society, 
Business Club 

WILLIAM KEPPLER- -Agronomy 
92 Glenside Avenue 
Summit, N.J. 07901 

Apiary Society 

GREGORY ALAN KERNAN—Ornamental 
Horticulture 

1510 Massachusetts Avenue S. E. 
Washington, D.C. 20003 

A. P.O., Drama, Christian Fellowship, 
FTD, Chorale, Intervarsity, O.H. So- 
ciety, Rap 

DAVID L. KETNER--Dairy Husbandry 
353 W. State Street 
Hamburg, Pa. 19526 

4-H Club, Dairy Society, ICC 

EDWARD A. KIELBOCK JR. --Horticulture 
223 Meyersville Road 
Gillette, N.J. 07933 

Horticulture Society, Intramurals, O. 
H. Society, Weightlifting 

THEODORE A. KING--Animal Husbandry 
R.D. #1 
Sandy Hill Road 
Valencia, Pa. 16059 

Block & Bridle Club, Football, Track, 
Varsity Club, Weightlifting Club, 
Wrestling 



BRYAN DAVID KINSEY--Omamental 
Horticulture 
R.D. #3 
Hickory Drive 
Saegertown, Pa. 16433 

A. P.O., Intramurals, O.H. Society 

GEORGE H. KLEIN--Horticulture 
112 Prospect Place 
Middlesex, N.J. 08846 

Apiary Society, D.T.A., Ram, 

WAPO 

JUDITH TOWNSEND KOHN--Ornam 
ental Horticulture 
3335 Limekiln Pike 
Chalfont, Pa. 18914 

FTD, Runner-up For Homecoming 
Oueen, O.H. Society 

THOMAS M. KOLESSAR— Biology 
516 Maplewood Avenue 
Roselle Park, N.J. 07204 

A.I.B.S. 

LEE KUPPER— Agronomy 
163 Falcon Road 
Somerville, N.J. 08876 

Agronomy Club; Treasurer 

TIMOTHY P. LANSPERY— Ornamental 
Horticulture 
R.D. #2 
Hill Drive 
Lake George, N.Y. 12845 

Circle K Club, O.H. Society, Fresh- 
man Track 

CHARLES W. LEEDS--Ornamental 
Horticulture 
2501 Maryland Avenue 
Willow Grove, Pa. 19090 

Veterans Club 1,2 

GUY LEIGHTON--Ornamental Horticulture 
212 Vose Avenue 
South Orange, N.J. 07079 

A-Day Representative, Chorale, D. 
T.A., FTD, O.H. Society; Treasurer 

WILLIAM W. LENTZ--Chemistry 
15 Branch Avenue 
Telford, Pa. 18969 

Chemistry--1, 2, 3,4; Treasurer 3,4 

BONITA R. LEVY— Ornamental 



Horticulture 

2143 Curtis Avenue 

Abington, Pa. 19001 

Circle K Club; Secretary, D.T.A. 
FTD, O.H. Society, A-Day Repres- 
entative, Womens Service Club; 
Secretary, Yearbook 

MARK P. LICEA--Animal Husbandry 
656 Forest Avenue 
Rye, N.Y. 10580 

KENNETH LINVILL--Horticulture 
112 W. Knowlton Road 
Media, Pa. 19063 

Ski Club, Horticulture Society 

DAVID LOHIN--Horticulture 
4018 Lansing Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19136 

D.T.A. , Horticulture Society 

MARIAN NEUHART LUTZ-- Business 
Administration 
43 Forest Drive 
R.D. H 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

Business Club 

REED E. MACARTY—Animal Husbandry 
68 E. Poplar Street 
West Nanticoke, Pa. 18634 

Block & Bridle, Dairy Society, Photo 
Society, Weightlifting Club 

EDWARD MAGEE JR. --Ornamental 
Horticulture 
12016 Academy Road 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19154 

LEONARD MAHONEY--Food Industry 
4413 Unruh Avenue 
Philadephia, Pa. 19135 

Food Industry Club, Intramurals, 
Weightlifting Club 

ROBERT MAI JR. --Animal Husbandry 
149 Harding Avenue 
Mount Ephraim, N.J. 08059 

Block G Bridle 

DAVID S. MAKS— Animal Husbandry 
165 Old Orchard Road 
Chalfont, Pa. 18914 

Weightlifting--2,3,4; President 2,3,4 

JOHN MANNING — Business Administration 













Comanche Lane jg 
nklin Lakes, N. I. 07417 

iness Cluh--1, 2, 3,4, Intramurals 
,2,3,4 



KEVIN C. MARTIN— Chemistry 

108 Maple Court 
^Eoselle, N.J. 07203' 

"Chemistry Club, ICC Representative, 
Intramurals. 

SAMUEL MATECHAK— Agronomy 
R.D. #1 
Jermyn, Pa. 1S433 

Agronomy Club, Baseball, Varsity 
Club 

DONALD MATTES— Chemistry 

7 Steeplebush Road 
rievittown, Pa. 19056 * 

A-Day Co Chairman, Chemistry Club 

MICHAEL MATTHEWS— Agronomy 
9 Harwin Drive 
East Brunswick, N.J. 08816 

JOSEPH MC CLOSKEY— Agronomy 

146 N. 10th Avenue 4 m 

Highland Park, N.J. 08904 

Agronomy Club, Soil Judging 

BARB A. MC DONALD— Animal 
Husbandry 
R.D. #1 
Mechanicsburg, Pa. 17055 

Block G Bridle 

JUDE MC KENNA— Horticulture 
1816 Murray Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19115 

Football— 1, 2,3,4; Co Captain 4, 
Varsity Club, Weightlifting Club 

PATRICK F. MEALIA III— Business 
Administration 
373 Hardman Lane 
Warminster, Pa. 18974 

Business Club, Intramurals, Soccer 
Club ip 

JAMES F. METTLER— Ornamental 
Horticulture 
534 Rhawn Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19111 

CONSTANCE MARY ELAINE MEYER— 
Biology 




■ 

2 Shadetree Lane 
Levittown, Pa. 19055 

RICHARD MEYERS- -Animal Husbandry 
R.D. #3 
Box #43 
Hadlar Drive 
Lebanon, N.J. 08833 

A-Day Committee, Block & Bridle, 
Weightlifting Club; Treasurer 

DOUGLAS KENYON MILLER- -Ornamental 
Horticulture 
15 Cameron Road 
Wayland, Mass. 01778^j 

Drama, Ski Club, Student Government, 
Track 

JOSEPH L. MILLER JR. --Ornamental 
Horticulture 
R.D. #2 
Kimberton Road 
Phoenixville, Pa. 19460 V.*- 

D.T.A., FTD, O.H. Society, Social 
Committee, Student Affairs Commit- 
tee, Student Government Secretary 

BRUCE MILSTEIN— Biology 

207 Stand ish Road 
'« Merion, Pa. 19066 j^ 



Student Government, Track, Horti 
culture Society, Ram 
.Art, 
WILLIAM MIRANDA— Agronomy 
1621 Norristown Road 
Ambler, Pa. 19002 

NORMAN F. MITCHELL- -Business 
Administration 
916 Catalpa Road 
Warminster, Pa. 18974 •*.,»_«*- 

ROBERT MOORE- -Horticulture 

R.D. #2 I ■ ~ 

Beal Road 

Elmer, N.J. 08318 

Dairy Society— 1, D.T.A.— 3,4, 
Horticulture Society— 2, 3,4 

CHARLES ROBERT MOOSE— Dairy 
Husbandry 
R.D. #2 
New Wilmington, Pa. 16142 

Dairy Society; Annual Co-Editor, 
Cross Country, Intercollegiate Dairy 
Judging Team, Student Government, 
Track 

DEANC. MOREY— Animal Husbandry 




2760 Papermi 

Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 19006 

GEORGE H. MORGAN JR. --Biology 
755 Forrest Avenue 
Jenkintown, Pa. 19046 



KENNETH L. MORGAN- -Dairy Husbandry 
1 158 Morgan Road 
Bridgeville, Pa. 15017 

Dairy Society— 3,4; Vice President 
3, President 4. : ..»«. 



LINDA ANN MORGAN- -Bus iness 
Administration " 
569 Ashley Drive 
Chalfont, Pa. 18914 



ib, Cheerleading, Varsity 



Business 
Club 



GERARD J. MOROZ— Business 
Administration 
225 N. Ches«ut Street 
Mount Carmel, Pa. 17851 

Baseball— 1,2,3,4, Baskatb 
3 Varsity Club— 2, 3,4 

DALE D. M OYER- -Horticulture 
R.D. #1 
Millmont, Pa. 17845 

A-Day Representative 2,3, D. T 
Horticulture Society, Varsity C 

Wrestling 1,2,3,4 

KATHLEEN MULLARKEY— Ornamental 




Horticulture 



a- 

:ntal 

1316 Summit Terrace * ♦ ♦ N 

Linden^N.J. 07036 

Field Hockey— 3,4, Intramurals 



LYNN A. MYERS III— Biology 
Box 231 
R.D. #3 
Dillsburg, Pa. 17019 



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A-Day Committee, A. I. B. S. 



ROGER NAGLE — Business Administrat 
612 Anne Street 
Huntington Valley, Pa. 19006 

CINDLMCHOLS- -Animal Husbandry 
3020 Azalea-Terrace 
Norristown, Pa. 19403 

BARBARA ANNE NOVAK- -Animal 
Husbandry 
25 Charles Place 
OldTappan, N.J. 07675 



4 
ration 

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< 




Block C Bridle, fcjeld Hockey, Stud 
Government President 

GARY RICHARD OSTROFF— Biology, 
607 Laramie Place 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19115 

A.I.B.S.; President, Circli 
Photo Society 

JOHN A. PAETOW-- Animal Husbandry 
614 Fay Ann Drive 
Blackwood, N.J. 0S012 

| 

Dairy Society 




BETH A. PANDY— Animal Husbandry 
R.D. #1 
Box 193 
Frenchtowri, N.J. 08825 

Womens Service Club; Vice President 

W. DAN PARKER—Animal Husbandry. 
S. Marion Avenue 
Wenonah, N.J. 08090 

WILLIAM PETERSON- -Horticulture 
140 Greyhouse Road 
Willow Grove, Pa. 19090 



5 

CI 



-Day Committee — 2,3,4; Co-Chair- 
an4, A. P.O. —1,2,3,4, Scuba 
lub— 1,2,3,4; President 4, Ski 
Club— 2,3, 



ROBIN PETZOLD--Animal Husbandry 
315 Burnt Meadow Road 
Wanaque, N.J. 07465 



A. P.O. 



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MARSHALL W. PICKEN— Ornamental 
Horticulture 
51 Constitution Avenue 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

A. P.O. 

DANTE A. PILLON— Business 

Administration 

Box A 
■^k Como Drive 

WL Somerset, N.J. 08873. 

Business Club—1, 2,3,4; Treasurer 3, 
ICC— 4, % Ski Club— 2,3,4, Student 
Store— 3,4; Assistant Manager 3, 
Manager 4 

BRIDGET PITSKO— Horticulture 
R.D. #2 
Box #265 
Easton, Pa. 18042 



BRUCE POLEY— Gni.imental Horticulture 
32 5 Saw Mill Lane 
'" Horsham, Pa. 19044 

O.H. Society, Ski Club 

FREDERICK I. PRANCE— Business 
Administration 
611 Elmway Circle 
Norristown, Pa. 19401 I 

Business Club 

ALEX PUSKAS— Dairy Husbandry 
R.D. #3 
Box #327 
Somerset, NJ. 08873 

Dairy Society, Intramurals, Ski Club 

JOHN A. RAFFETTO-- Business 
Administration 
16 W. Butler Avenue 
Chalfont, Pa. 18914 

DEBORAH ELAINE RALSTON— Biology 
15 Scha — Ra Lane 
Audubon, Pa. 19401 

A-Day Representative—4, Block & 
Bridle 1,2,3, Chorale— 2, 3,4, Field 
Hockey— 3,4; Captain 3,4, Intramu- 
rals-- 1 , 2, 3,4, Track Statistician— 4, 
Varsity Club- -4, Womens Service 
Club—2, 3, 4; Treasurer 2, Yearbook 
--2,3,4; Sports Co- Editor 2, 3, Copy 
Editor 4 

ROBERT THOMAS REGESTER Ill- 
Animal Husbandry 

Wfcalls Road ^ 

Upperco, Md. 21155 

A. P.O. , Band; Vice President, Block 
C Bridle, Circle K Club; Vice Presi- 
dent, D.T.A. FFA; President 

BYRON E. REILLY— Agronomy 
1350 B. Clearfield Road 
Nazareth, Pa. 18064 

A-Day Committee, Agronomy Club, 
Apiary Society, Chorale, ICC; Vice 
President, D.T.A., Photo Society, 

Yearbook 

TED E. RESPET— Animal Husbandry 
R.D. #3 P • 

Box #35 

Johnstown, Pa. 15904 

KATHRYN MARY RIGOLIZZO— Food 



isiry 
149 Tansboro Road 
Berlin, N.J. 0800:' 

D.T.A.; Publications, Food Industry 
Club; President, Horticulture Society, 
ICC 

DIANNEH. RODGERS-- Animal Husbandry 
118—40 Metropolitan Avenue 
Kew Gardens, N. Y. 1 1415 

Block £ Bridle; Publications, Womens 
Service Club, Yearbook; Art Staff 

KATHY RUGGIERO— Animal Husbandry 
49 Pomona Avenue 
Newark, N.J. 07112 

Block £ Bridle— 2,3, Cheerleader— 
1,2,3; Captain 3, Varsity Club—2, 
3,4 

GLENN RUSH— Biology 
40 Richardsville Road 
Ogdensburg, N.J. 07439 

A.I.B.S., Ski Club, WAPO 

FRANK J. SALANTRI— Horticulture 
141 Woodhill Lane 
Media, Pa. 

Horticulture Society, Intramurals 

RALPH MATTHEW SALBER— Agronomy 
414 Chandler Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19111 

Agronomy Club; Secretary and Publi- 
cations, WAPO; Music Director 

MICHAEL J. SAYLOCK— Food Industry 
945 Clay Avenue. 
Stroudsburg, Pa. 18360 

Food Industry Club 

CLAUDIA R. SCHLANGER— Animal 
Husbandry 
R.R. #2 
Box #270 
Perkasie, Pa. 18944 

NORMAN SCHORR- -Business 
Administration 
1069 Pebble Hill Road 
R.D. #3 B W, 

Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

ROLAND SCHLIMM— Business 
Administration 
1390 Steven Lane 
Lansdale, Pa. 19446 

RICHARD L. SCHLOSBERG- -Agronomy 




43 Firtree Road 
Levittown, Pa. 

GEORGE L. SCHWARTZ— Animal 
Husbandry 
99 Southern Blvd. 
Chatham, N.J. 07928 

Block & Bridle--1,2,3,4; President 3, 
Livestock Judging Team 

JAMES P. SCOTT JR. --Ornamental 
Horticulture 
Arbutus Village 
Apt # D-03 
Johnstwon, Pa. 15904 

A-Day Committee, FFA, O.H. So- 
ciety, Ram, Varsity Club 

MICHAEL L. SCOTT--Food Industry 
72 D. Woodbridge Avenue 
Highland Park, N.J. 08904 

Food Industry Club; Treasurer, IFT; 
Student Division, PxAP; Secretary, 
Vice President 

ROBERT SEAROCK— Agronomy 
107 Porter Street 
Nazareth, Pa. 18064 

GARY R. SECKINGER--Ornamental 
Horticulture 
6914 Ruskin Street 
Springfield, Va. 22150 

D.T.A., FTD, ICC, O.H. Society, 
President of Junior and Senior Class 
'76, Student Government Represen- 
tative 2,3,4 

CURTIS L. SHAW- -Biology 
3113 Colony Lane 
Plymouth Meeting, Pa. 19462 

GREGORY SILENOK--Business 
Administration 
4235 W. Franklin Street 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19;40 

Football-- 1,2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4, 
Intramurals, Varsity Club, Weight- 
lifting Club 

SANFORD J. SKOLNIK--Ornamental 
Horticulture 
90 Dickinson Avenue 
Toms River, N.J. 08753 

FTD— 3,4; Circle K Club--1 , 2, 3,4; 
President 1, O.H. Society-- 1, 2, 3,4, 
Soccer Club — 3,4 

JOHN E. SKWARA— Agronomy 



301 Evelyn Avenue 
Trenton, N.J. 08619 

A-Day Committee--3, Agronomy 
Club--3,4; President 3,4 ICC--3, 
Soill Conservation Society 3 

ROGER L. SLAWTA--Business 
Administration 
Box #312 
R.D. #2 
Vestal, N.Y. 13850 

Basketball--1,2,3,4 

CHERYL LOISE SMITH--Ornamental 
Horticulture 
R. D. #2 
Millville, Pa. 17846 

4-H Club, Chorale 1,2, FTD—3,4, 
Intervarsity, O.H. Society — 1,2,3,4; 
Treasurer 4, Womens Service Club— 
2,3,4; Secretary 3, President 4, Year- 
book— 2,3,4 

J. BRADLEY SMITH— Dairy Husbandry 
R.D. #1 
Falls Creek, Pa. 15840 

Dairy Society, D.T.A. 

BENNY A. SNYDER— Dairy Husbandry 
R.D. #2 
Milton, Pa. 17847 

Dairy Society, Football— 1, 2, 3,4, 
Track 

WILLIAM T. SPICKNALL— Ornamental 
Horticulture 
12011 Gunpowder Road 
Beltsville, Md. 20705 

Intramurals 

GREGORY K. STAMM— Horticulture 
Wallens Hill Road 
R.D. #2 
Winsted, Ct. 06098 

A. P.O.— 1,2,3,4; Treasurer, D.T.A., 
Horticulture Society--2, 3,4, Scuba 
Club— 1,2 

PAUL STAUB— Animal Husbandry 
74 Beach Street 
Revere, Mass. 02151 

Block & Bridle— 1,2,3,4; Vice Presi- 
dent 4, Intramural Basketball, Soft- 
ball, Intercollegiate Livestock Judg- 
ing Team 

EDWARD J. STAUDENMAYER- -Business 



w 



Administration 

372 Davisville Road 

Warminster, Pa. 18974 

Career Day Representative — 4, Busi- 
ness Club-- 1,2, 3,4; Vice President 
4, Ski Club— 3,4, Weightlifting Club- 
-1,2,3,4 

JOHN D. STEVENS—Business 
Administration 
546 Brook Lane 
Warminster, Pa. 18974 

JOHN STEVENS— Chemistry 
R.D. #4 

Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

I 

Chemistry Club— 2,3,4 

PETER STOFFELLA— Horticulture 
R.D. #5 
Windhaven, Pa. 15205 

D.T.A., Horticulture Society 

F. JAY STRALO—Business Administration 
2815 South Street 
Allentown, Pa. 18103 

Baseball— 1,2,3,4, Business Club— 1, 
Football— 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3,4 

DAVID JOHN SUCHANIC — Ornamental 
Horticulture 
206 Mill Road 
Hatboro, Pa. 19040 

GLENDON SUMMERS- -Animal 
Husbandry 
R.D. #1 
Susquehanna, Pa. 18847 

Block & Bridle, Soccer Club 

HENRY A. SUMNER— Food Industry 
1166 Lenape Way 
Scotch Pines, N. J. 07076 

Constitution Committee, Chorale; 
Barbershop Quartet, Food Industry 
Club-- Secretary, ICC; President, 
Student Government; Vice President, 
Mixer Co-Ordinator, Photo Society 

JOSEPH SWEENEY JR.— Business 
Administration 
326 Richardson Road 
Lansdale, Pa. 19446 

Business Club— 1, 2, 3,4, ; Treasurer 
4, Student Store 4 

JOANNE TALABISCO— Biology 
1112 Seib Avenue 



Elizabeth, N.J. 07202 

A.I. B. S:, Intramurals 

BART THOMAS--Animal Husbandry 
236 Watchung Avenue 
North Plainfield, N.J. 07060 

Block G Bridle, D.T.A. 

PETER THOMAS— Ornamentl 
Horticulture 
841 Valley View Road 
Media, Pa. 19063 

A-Day Committee, A. P.O., O.H. 
Society 

JAMES E. THORPE--Business 
Administration 
12 N. Hilltop Drive 
Churchville, Pa. 18966 

ROY MARTIN TIETJEN—Animal 
Husbandry 
24 Abbe Lane 
Clifton, N.J. 07013 

Block & Bridle 

RICHARD A. TOBERMAN- -Animal 
Husbandry 
Hickory Hill Drive 
R.D. #1 
Norristown, Pa. 19401 

DARWIN R. TOBIAS JR. —Animal 
Husbandry 
R.D. #1 
Halifax, Pa. 17032 

Block & Bridle, Dairy Society, Photo 
Society 

PATRICK F. TYGH— Food Industry 
4064 N. Warner Road 
Lafayette Hill, Pa. 19444 

Food Industry Club, Intramurals 

THOMAS J. URBAN— Dairy Husbandry 
R.D. #2 
Box #165 
Columbia Cross Roads, Pa. 16914 

Conservation Society; Secretary- 
Treasurer, Dairy Society 

CELIA VAN VOORHIS- -Animal 
Husbandry 
14 Briarwood Drive 
Somerset, N.J. 08873 

Block & Bridle — 1,2,3,4, Junior Prom 
Chairwoman, Ram Staff, Womens 
Service Club 



GARY WEINDORF—Business 
Administration 
384 Roslyn Avenue 
NewMilford, N.J. 07646 

Business Club, Intramurals, Weight- 
lifting Club; Vice President 



ELLIOT MARK WEISS-- 
3320 Jeffery 
Dresher, Pa. 19025 



Horticulture 



A-Day Committee--2, 3,4, Apiary 
Society; Treasurer, D.T.A. , Horti- 
culture Society- -2, 3,4; Secretary 2, 
3, President 4 

STEPHEN J. WENTZEL JR. — Agronomy 
R.D. #5 
Bethlehem, Pa. 18015 

SCOTT DOUGLAS WEYMOUTH- -Food 
Industry 

415 Hamel Avenue 
North Hills, Pa. 19038 

Food Industry Club — 2,3,4 

JEFFREY D. WIEST-- Ornamental 
Horticulture 
313 Blue Ridge Drive 
York, Pa. 17402 

Class of 76 Secretary', Dairy Society, 
O.H. Society, Football- -1, 2,3,4, 
Varsity Club 

GREGORY LYNN WILLIAMSON— Business 
Administration 
R.D. #6 
Sinking Spring, Pa. 19608 

MARK M. WILSON— Horticulture 
R.D. #1 
Biglerville, Pa. 17307 

4-H, Circle K Club, Cross Country, 
Horticulture Society, Photo Society, 
Track, Varsity Club 

RONALD P. WILSON— Biology 
2305 Hilltown Road 
Perkasie, Pa. 18944 

AI. B.S., Weightlifting Club 

JACQUELINE ANN WINCHELL- -Agronomy 
2217 Cornwall Avenue 
Northfield, N.J. 08225 

H. THOMAS WINEMAN-- Ornamental 
Horticulture 
210 Maple Avenue 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15218 



Apiary Society — 2, Bookstore — 3,4, 
D.T.A.— 3,4, Class of '76 Treasurer 
— 3,4, O.H. Society— 1,2,3,4, Se- 
nior Trip Committee — 4, Ski Club — 
1,2,3,4, Social Committee— 3, 4, 
Student Government — 2,3,4; Trea- 
surer 3,4 

GLENN A. WISMER— Food Industry 
R.R. #1 
Box ft 198 
Perkasie, Pa. 18944 

Food Industry Club 

ERID C. WOLF — Business Administration 

38 N. Harrison Street 
Palmyra, N.J. 17078 

JAMES W. WOOD JR. --Ornamental 
Horticulture 
4 Washington Avenue 
Norristown, Pa. 19403 

Apiary Society- -3, D.T.A. --3,4, 
FTD—3,4, ICC— 3, A-Day Commit- 
te—3, O.H. Society— 1,2,3,4; Pres- 
ident 4 Class of '76 Vice President— 2 

A. BLAINE WORRALL- -Ornamental 
Horticulture 
Box 271 
Danboro, Pa. 18916 

Golf— 1,2,3,4 

ROBERT F. YOUNG III- -Biology 
8 Twist Drive 
Holland, Pa. 18966 

KURT T. ZINTNER JR.— Business 
Administration 
233 Byberry Avenue 
Hatboro, Pa. 19040 

PAUL ALLAN ZMO DA- -Biology 
999 Carteret Road 
Bridgewater, N.J. 08807 

A-Day Committee, Apiary Society, 
Bike Club; Treasurer 



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R. Davis, C. Smith, A. Berger, J. Miller, G. Kernan, THIRD ROW: R. Durham, R. Kerstetter, J. Wood, G. 
Seckinger, R. Patzig, E. Keough; Vice-President, G. Leighton; President, E. Conway; Secretary- Treasurer. 




THE GLEANER 

Student 

Literary 

Magazine 



FIRST ROW LTOR: J. Forsyth, B. Kahn, L. Berry, K. Jordan, J. Dimmler, P. 
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and all the 1976 Graduates 



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GOOD LUCK & BEST WISHES 



DVC EQUINE CLUB 



Compliments Of 

BOWERSOCK 
CADILLAC — OLDSMOBILE 

410 East Third Street 
Williamsport, Pa 
262 17701 



The pedigree of honey 

Does not concern the bee — 

A clover, any time, to him is aristocracy 



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wishes the class of 76 

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Appliance Sales & Service 

450 E. Butler Avenue 

New Britain, Pa 18901 

345-1892 





WISHING THE SENIORS 

ONLY GOOD 
DEVELOPMENTS IN LIFE 

From The 

DVC 
PHOTO SOCIETY 



B.F. GOODRICH TIRES 



MICHEL1N 
TIRES 



SAM MILLER 
TIRES 

"House Of Honest Tire Values' 



Wheel Alignment 
(215) 257-4307 



144 E. State St. 
Blooming Glen, Pa 



1776 TOBACCO 

128 West State Street 

Doylestown, Pa. 

348-2675 



JOSEPH H. KERSHNER 
PHARMACIST 

DOYLESTOWN PENNSYLVANIA 



THE DVC 

WOMENS SERVICE 

CLUB 

Wishes Great Success 

To Its Founding 

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STONY HILL FARM 

Rte 24 RD# 2 Beef 

Box 953A Chicken 

Chester N.J. Eggs 



EARLY PRINTING SERVICE 

Box 547 
Doylestown, Pa 18901 



DOYLESTOWN LUMBER 
AND MILLWORK CO. 

Rt. 611, Cross Keys 
Doylestown, Pa 18901 



STACK SALES CORP. 
52 E. Oakland Avenue 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 



















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DRYCLEANERS 



Main And Laccy Avenue 

Doylestown, Pa 

18901 



PHONE: 348-9036 



HAPP CONTRACTORS, INC. 



GENERAL CONTRACTOR 



INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL 




ASHLAND & WASHINGTON STS 

P BOX 835 

DOYLESTOWN PA 1890) 



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HORSHAM, PA 

(across from Willow Grove 
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Big Loans. Small Loans. Personal Loans. Any 
kind of money from a thousand dollars to 
many millions. Any kind of loan from 
personal loans for any worthwhile purpose to 
accounts receivable loans, to construction 
loans, to corporate financing. 
IVB has loans for cars, home remodeling, 
boats, vacations, for starting a business and 
for expanding a business. 
We also pay highest legal interest on Certifi- 
cates of Deposit and IVB's Snap-Save-Plus 
with absolutely Free Checking. 
At IVB we have money to lend quickly, 
easily, and inexpensively. 
COME AND GET IT. 

Industrial Valley Bank 

and Trust Company Member FD1C ^"^ 



STOVER FEED CO. 

140 N. Seventh St. 

P.O. Box 23 
Perkasie, Pa 18944 



WALTER M. MYERS 

Plumbing & Heating 

154 Keeley Avenue 

New Britain, Pa 



ROBERT F. BARE1S, INC. 

Contract Hardware 
279 A County Road 
Hatboro, Pa 19040 



H.S. SMILEY, INC. 

P.O. Box 70 
New Britain, Pa 18901 



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DOYLESTOWN 

FEDERAL SAVINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

60 North Main Street 
Doylestown 

Cross Keys Office: Vi mile of 

Cross Keys on Rt. 611 

Dublin Office: 174 No. Main 

Street Dublin 




The 
DVC Chemistry Club 

Wishes 

The Class Of '76 

FUTURE SUCCESS 



PROV1DEST BOOKSTORE 

School Supplies. Dictionaries. 

Drafting Supplies, and Book 

Ordering Service 



I lOChapman Lane 

Next to Doylestown 

Shopping Center 

348-5804 




"Who learns & learns but does not what he knows 
is one who plows & plows but never sows" 



Found in Krquskoph Library 



Best Wishes From 
The Class Of 1978 



Atlantic 

lllfSKCl V BREEDERS COOPERATIVE 



Total Service Program 
With Genetic Power Profit-Maker Sires 

toll-free 24-hour phones for service: 

Pennsylvania 800/732-0391 

Delaware & Maryland 800/233-0216 

Lancaster area 569-0411 



KENNY'S NEWS AGENCY 

and 

BOOK STORE 

Authorized Newsdealer 

345-9030 17 W. State. St. 

Doylestown Pa 

Open 7 AM — 10 PM 7 days 



WINDOW SHADES 

Plain Or Fancy — Large Selection 

Springless Or Spring Mount 

Venetian Blinds 

Rivierra — Narrow 1" Slat Or Reg 2' 

We Retape & Record Old Blinds 

Carr's Shade Shop 
158 W. State St. 
Doylestown 348- 



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• Gentlemen Welcome 
Specialists in 



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CUTS & 
COLORS 



152 W. State St. 
Doylestown 
345-0722 



• Haircutting 

• Styling — Coloring 

• Custom 

Waving • Permanent 

• Setting 

Bobbi Lunick — Karen Kapralick 




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PARENT PATRONS 



Mr. & Mrs. C.J. Albrecht Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Allison 

Mr. & Mrs. Hugo Alps 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Arcari 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Ash 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Baker 

Charlotte R. Beers 

Mr. & Mrs. Wayne E. Beshore 

Mr. & Mrs. Ira A. Bitner 

Mr. & Mrs. James A. Boaman 

Mr. & Mrs. L.A. Brown 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward N. Bruce 

Mr. & Mrs. Nathaniel W. Bryson Jr. 

Mel & Shirley Burman 

Mr. & Mrs. Emanuel Butera 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul B. Campbell 

Mr. & Mrs. Carl J. Cantaluppi 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Cantarella 

Dr. & Mrs. Paul R. Casey 

Mildred Cashin 

Mr. & Mrs. Vincent J. Cassidy 

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene N. Chiesa 

Mr. & Mrs. Emanuel Choper 



Mr. & Mrs. Ralph O. Claypoole 
Dr. & Mrs. E. W. Closson 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Coe 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry M. Cole 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter O. Colflesh 
Mr. & Mrs. John D. Cope 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Corrado 
Mr. & Mrs. Francis Costello 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold C. Coyle 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank L. Crisafi 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Crowshaw 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold N. Davis 
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond J. Davis 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Deguzis 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip DePetris 
John M. DiDonato 
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel H. Dolch 
Irene & Stanley Domian 
Mr. & Mrs. D.W. Doughty 
Mr. & Mrs. Wilmer R. Dreibelbis 
John Dugan 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Dunbar 



THE DVC 
CHEMISTRY CLUB 

Wishes A Most 

Rewarding Future 

To The 

Class Of 1976 




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Mrs. Ruth L. Einhorn 

Mr. & Mrs. James N. Eller 

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald F. Elliott 

Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph J. Emerizy 

Mr & Mrs. Thomas L. Everett 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Fehr 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter F. Fish 

Delia S. Flick 

Mr. & Mrs. Howard J. France 

Mr. & Mrs. Lewis C. Frey Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard L. Fry 

Mr. & Mrs. Earl P. Gardner 

George Gebely 

Dr. & Mrs. Murray Geller 

Mr. & Mrs'. Dominic M. Gillin 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward H. Gleason 

Berne Goodwin 

Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Gorka 

Mr. & Mrs. John C. Gourley 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Graham 

Joseph Grubb 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter L. Habiak 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Hamilton 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert Helmstetter 

Mr. & Mrs. Carol M. Henne 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Hirst 

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas W. Holtzman 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Hunt 

Mr. & Mrs. John R. Jacob 





Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Jerzewski Jr 

Leroy C. Jessop 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald M. Johnson 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Johnson 

Mr. & Mrs. Aleck T. Kahn 

Wm. P. Karadontes 

Mr. & Mrs. David Kaplan 

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert R. Kaseman 

Mr. & Mrs. Stanley F. Kasper 

Mr. & Mrs. David D. Katz 

Mr. & Mrs. Reuben Keesler 

Mrs. Edward Kelley Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Milan W. Kemp 

Gladys A. Kernan 

Mr. & Mrs. Alwin A. Koenig 

Mr. & Mrs. William Kohn III 

Mr. & Mrs. A. Kolessar 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Kozak 

Mr. & Mrs. Casimir Kozikowski 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Krauss 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kraynak 

Mr. & Mrs. Ernast R. Kuenzi 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles W! Lamb 

Mr. & Mrs. George P. Lampson 

Mr. & Mrs. John L. Lashier 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Laumakis 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. Lawton Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Leonard 

William A. Lentz 






Mr. & Mrs. Salvador Licea 


Jerry Ostroff 




Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Lindsay 


Mr. & Mrs. Edward Pawlusio 




Mr. & Mrs. George Lohin 


Mr. & Mrs. James J. Pezza 




Mr. & Mrs. H. Harwood Loos 


The Poley Family 


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Mr. & Mrs. Daniel H. McCleerey 


Mr. & Mrs. Michael Policare 




Allen C. McConnell 


Mr. & Mrs. Alfred C. Prime 




Mr. & Mrs. John J. McFadden 


Mr. & Mrs. Emanuel Puglisi 




Robert McFie 


Mr. & Mrs. Harold J. Quazza 




Mr. & Mrs. Jack E. McShane 


Mr. & Mrs. William H. Ralston 




Mr. & Mrs. Earl Macarty 


Mr. & Mrs. Stanley R. Rane 




Mr. & Mrs. William A. Malik 


Charles N. Ray 




Clarence D. Maiden 


Frank Reapsome Jr. 




Mr. & Mrs. Angelo Mangione 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Reinart 




Mr. & Mrs. Frank Marinelli 


Mr. & Mrs. Frank Richardson 




Rudolph P. Markulios 


Mr. & Mrs. Vincent D. Ridge 




Mr. & Mrs. Nifty Matechak 


Mr. & Mrs. R. Rodgers 




Mr. & Mrs. H.E. Micales 


Mr. & Mrs. Herman A. Rohsler 




Dr. & Mrs. I.E. Mikowski 


Marion Rohsler 




Mr. & Mrs. Gerald D. Miller 


Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Ruggiero 




Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Miller 


Mr. & Mrs. J. Richard Runkel 


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Mr. & Mrs. Carmine Russo 


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Mr. & Mrs. Allen C. Morgan 


Erwin H. Sailor 


George H. Morgan 


Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas A. Santillo 




Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Moscati 


Mr. & Mrs. Ralph M. Salber 




Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence J. Mullarkey 


Mr. & Mrs. Wayne E. Saxton 




Ruthmae Nelson 


Mr. & Mrs. John T. Saylock 




Mr. & Mrs. Mathew Nichols 


Mr. & Mrs. Charles Saylor 




The Nigro Family 


Mr. & Mrs. H.J. Schubert 


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Mr. & Mrs. Lorenzo R. Scott 




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Mr. & Mrs. Theodore VanAulen 


Mr. & Mrs. Cornelius J. Shovlin 
Roy & Lillian Shull 
Anna Marie Sica 


Mr. & Mrs. L. Martin VanNuys 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert VanSciver 
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard F. Varacallo 


Col. & Mrs. Clarence Skoien 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Skwara 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Smith 


Mr. & Mrs. Ralph L. Walling 
Dr. & Mrs. Stanley Warmflash 
Mr. & Mrs. John Weindorf 


Mr. & Mrs. Elliott F. Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Smith 


Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Wentzel 
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Weiss 


Mr. & Mrs. James Solomito 
Mr. & Mrs. William L. Spicknall 
Mr. & Mrs. Leo A. Staub 


George M. Werkheiser 

Mr. & Mrs. Carmen L. Whitehead 

Mr. & Mrs. John Wieliczki 


Paul W. Stevens 


Mr. & Mrs. Chester G. Wiest 


Mr. & Mrs. G. Stoffella 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Williams 


Mr. & Mrs. Merritt W. Stralo 


Mr. & Mrs. Andrew N. Wilson 


W.H. Sreett 


Mr. & Mrs. William Wilson 


David W. Stull 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Stusiak 

Mr. & Mrs. Elam Summers 


Mr. & Mrs. Harry T. Wineman 
Mr. & Mrs. Otto F. Wirth 
Mr. & Mrs. Howard E. Wise 


Mr. & Mrs. H.E. Sumner 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond T. Swidersky 

Mr. & Mrs. William E. Sylvester 

Mr. & Mrs. Czeslaw Szukalski 

Josephine E. Talabisco 

Watcharaporn Toopthong 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Thomas 

Mr. & Mrs. Martin J. Tietjen 

Toms River Florist & Gifts, Inc. 


Mr. & Mrs. Harry C. Wohlferth 

Mr. & Mrs. James W. Wood Sr. 

1976 Wrestlers 

Paul S. Wysocki 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Yeager 

Donald H. Yingling 

Mr. & Mrs. George Yockobishen 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Zawiska 

Mr. & Mrs. Kurt J. Zinter Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Truesdell 
Mr. & Mrs. Julius Urban 


Mr. & Mrs. Leonardo Zotti 










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