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among' this valley's meadow; 
Though I grow and flower amidst a^multitude 
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■Looking around me I see my brothers -^ 

being toss led by the wind; 
Yet I do not worry — 
For they are each as strong as I, 

and will not bend . 
Such is the gift which God has given 

to each of us - 
A mind and soul which will neither 

tarnish nor rust . 
And even though above us , as the mountains 

and trees do tower; 
We are to be proud, for nothing on this Earth 

can match the beauty of a flower . 

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With great respect, we dedicate this, the 1978 
Cornucopia yearbook, to James Work. 

It was our privilege to have such a man as Dr. 
Work as an integral part of Delaware Valley College , to 
have such a man who dedicated a large part of his life and 
his soul to his Alma Mater, to its campus, its scholastic 
accredation, its faculty and administration, and 



especially to its students . 




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It was with great sorrow that we recognized the passing of Dr. James Work on Sunday, November 
6, 1977. From 1974 until that date, Dr. Work served as chancellor to our college, but had pre- 
viously filled other positions and actions that were instrumental in the history of Delaware Valley 
College of Science and Agriculture. His presence will be missed. 

Born in Philadelphia, his interest in agriculture led him to leave the city to enter the National 
Farm School where, before he graduated with honors in 1913, he was a student leader, excelling in 
athletics. He was captain of the 1912 football team, captain of the 1912 track team, member of the 
1911 and 1912 baseball teams. He was also editor-in-chief of the Gleaner in 1911 and 1912. 

A productive farmer for three years , the prospect of a career in naval architecture lured him 
away from the farm to the Franklin Institute, from which he graduated in 1918. 

His career in the aircraft industry began when he became the Supervisory Draftsman at the Phila- 
delphia Naval Yard during WWl . After three years , he moved to the Lakehurst Navel Base in New 
Jersey, where he was appointed Chief Draftsman and eventually rose to become Assistant Chief En- 
gineer in charge of engineering and technical stores . His creative flair earned him a promotion to 
the Station's post of Assistant Chief Engineer from 1921 to 1928, during which time the Shenandoah 
was built and the U.S.S. Los Angeles was received from Germany. He was in charge of engineering 
on these lighter - than-air ships and was a member of the test crews of the Shenandoah. During his 
Lakehurst tour of duty he rose to the rank of Full Lieutenant in the naval reserve. 

He left Lakehurst in 1928 to fill the post of Project Engineer in parachutes and training planes at 
the Naval Aircraft Factory in Philadelphia. His final year of government service was spent as As- 
sistant to the manager of The Naval Aircraft Factory. 

Dr. Work's first job in private industry was in 1929 as Vice-president and General Manager of 
Lockheed Corporation. When Lockheed was purchased by Detroit Aircraft, he remained with the 
new firm in the same dual capacity until 1931 . Then his creative urge got him involved with a small 
firm that manufactured airplane parts, and he formed Work Engineering Corporation. At the age of 
38, he founded the Brewster Aeronautical Corporation for which he served as President until 1940, 
and then as Chairman of the Board and as a consultant. 

Under his leadership , Brewster grew from a small organization to a large corporation with a work 
force of around 18,000 and both U.S. and foreign government contracts totaling over $200 million. 

Seeking new challenges at the end of WW2, Dr. Work agreed in 1945 to serve without pay as the 
Treasurer of his Alma Mater, the National Farm School. He had been the School's first alumnus 
elected to membership on its Board of Trustees . The development of the institution from an agricul- 
tural secondary school of only 15 students to an established, fully-accredited, four year, diversi- 
fied degree granting college in 1960 that now boasts 1250 students . The college went one step fur- 
ther, and became co- educational in 1972. Dr. Work's talents in design and architecture enabled him 
to integrate 19 new buildings erected on the campus into the natural beauty of the campus. 

Dr. Work loved Delaware Valley College, and set an example for all past and future Aggies to fol- 
low. When you believe in something, the hard-work, sweat, and effort and love you put into a reali- 
ty is well worth the trouble just to get the satisfaction that you've done something to help others . 
Seeing Delaware Valley College of Science and Agriculture become a reality, and seeing its students 
get the best education offered, was enough satisfaction for Dr. Work. Let us keep his dream a re- 
ality and continue improving on an already great college . 





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Junior class officers- L to R: M. Downing, Pres. to Hse. Conduct; B. Godbout, V. Pres. ; A. Capp, 
Pres. J N. Jordan, Treas. ; K. Kemp, Rep. to Soc. Hse. ; C. Buchanan, Rep. to Soc. Hse. ; D. Lim- 
bach, Sec. 





Lto R, Kneeling: M. Choma; J. Boyle; Row 1: A. Capp; C. 
Buchanan; S. Bailey Row 2: L. Barnard, J. Bloomfield; S. 
Bennett Row 3: B. Cashin; D. Burrell 




LtoR, Sitting: R. Harding; J. Daubert; P. Berardi; C. Morton; Standing: K. Frey; M. Downing; J. Citrone; R. Cornell; C. 
Haller; B. Williams. 




LtoR, Rowl: J. Spindler; K. Shovlin; S. Silberstein. Row 2: B. 
Flannery; T. Runkel; D. Russell; T. Sawicki Row 3: M. Ridge Row 
4: M. Pelino; B. Perry; C. Smith Row 5: S. Scott; P. Shumaker; . 
lUchardson; G. Sharko. 





L to R, Row 1: K. Kempj D. Zawisza; J. Matulaitis; T. Lipardi; J. Pawlusiow. Row 
2: M. Prime; G. Michalak; M. Lamb; L. Polgar; C. Saylor; J. Maloney 




LtoR, Sitting: J. Carrb; C. Kaspar; T. Henritay; B. Godbout; S. Harvey; P. 
Leonard; C. Grube; J. Andrus Standing: N. Goodwin; C. Harding; L. Kupiec; 
F. Guest; S. Sanders; K. Frey; P. Haran; A. Habiak 



SOPHOMORES 




Sophomore class officers -L to R: G. Scott, V. pres. ; L. Budrewicz, Rep. to Soc. Hse. ; M. Alexander, Rep. to 
Soc. Hse.; N. Wenger, Sec; L. Hagerman, Pres. 





L to R- sitting: S. Birch; S. Chamberlin; L. Budrewicz. Standing: T. Ca- 
ponigro; N. Bailer; M. Bruder; M. Chamelin. 




Lto R-Row 1: D. Daubert; C. Cybowski; D. Douglass; R. Cox. Row 2: M. Fennell; K. Espenshade; V. DeSte- 
fano; C. Friedrich. Row 3: M. Donaldson; B. Cooper; D. Froggatt. 




LtoR-Row 1: L. Hagerman; S. Funka; C. Franklin. Row 2: C. Haitzler; 
B. Gobus; D. Hartzell; D. Grim; C. Ivaniski. Row 3: M. Hoelper; P. 
Hankes; K. Hozlock. 









LtoR, sitting: S. Minton; D. Pearson; B. Petty. Standing: D. Rohr; K. Masemore; J. 
Meyers; J. O'Reilly. 




LtoR, sitting: T. Kelly; G. Krogman; C. Kopf; P. McCullough. Stand- 
ing: R. Lewis; S. Kessler; M. Kovacs; S. Lilly; S. Kerstetter. 







LtoR, Sitting: E. Wsiland; M. Wind; M. Verastro; F. Zamiskie; S. Stevenson Standing, Row 1: R. 
Sutton; P. Wisser; N. Wenger; R. VanArsdalen; J. Vandergrift; B. Shulson; G. Scott Row 2: A. 
Weiner; A. VanVlack; F. Troelstra; T. Suszka 




LtoR, Sitting: B. Schidtz; Back: C. Arts; D. Pratt Standing; Row 
1: N. Scheirer; G. Pusillo; J. Rennekamp; C. ScalfoRow2: M. 
Simpson; G. Phillips Row 3: D. Pfiefer 






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L to R, Sitting: L. Jackson; S. Harper; H. Helbley; D. Fry; K. Hertzog; J. Delgaiso. Kneeling: E. Kahrs; A. Hassoldt Stand- 
ing, Row 1: J. Johnson; S. Hadaway; M. Horst; C. Lodge; M. Jackson; K. Jones Row 2: L. Gipe; M. Guilfoy; M. Bartholo- 
mew; C. Heitz 




LtoR: B. Cybowski; F. DellAngelo; J. DeNoma; T. Domagala; B. Detwiler; L. Edelstein 




LtoR, Row 1: P. Wallace; L. Tart; D. Zug; K. Weiss. Row 2: B. Torppey; R. Stxouse; J. Underwood. 



LtoR, Front: B. Walters; K. Stone Row 1: J. Bardsley; R. Wolfe; T. Wentz; S. Cimningham; P. Casey; S. 
Daniels; M. Tellmann; M. Uliana Row 2: M. Trimmer; L. Tera; P. Werner; D. Windholz; A. White. 





LtoR, Row 1: T. Miller; M. McGuire; S. McCloskey; M. McClure; M. Minor; S. Leed; T. Lockatell; F. 
Luccarelli . Row 2 : K . Kendus ; B . Grove ; R . Hotchkiss ; M . Meyers ; T . Murdough . Row 3 : M . Hoke ; D . 
Lake; D. Layton; A. Dolan; A. Farrell. Row 4: C. Lilly; D. Maurer; C. Lewis; N. Murray 






Freshman Class Off icers , LtoR: D. Clarke, Pres.; C. Caramarma, Treas. 
Pres . ; S . Ciccantelli , Hse . Conduct ; D . Cook , Soc . Rep . 



D. Geiger, Sec. ; C. Boyd, V. 




LtoR, Rowl: J. Byrne; N. Bushey; K. Burkert; C. Burd; P. Bieniakowski ; G. Aubrey; D. Boyer. Row 2: C. 
Caramanna; S. Abrams; W. Bippus; K. Bossone. Row 3: B. Berlanda; P. Brindisi; G. Biggs; R. Bates. Row 4: 
P. Boob; P. Boyle; D. Borish; M. Bealo; D. Churchill. Row 5: D. Aughinbaugh; H. Budin. 






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AGRONOMY CLUB 




LtoR, Kneeling: R. Pelkofsky; P. Northrop (pres.); B. VanLaere; C. Sutton; S. 
Crane; C. Squier (V.P.); L. Mitchell. Standing: J. Spindler; D. Mason; M. Antos 
(R. Sec); R. Oberheim; M. Tarulli; H. Pyle; M. Szmodis; R. Hodnicky; K. Hen- 
ry; H. Tkacik; L. Briggs; M. Wilson; J. Daubert; M. Careatti; R. Dropp (C. Sec.) 



SOIL JUDGING 




Lto R, Sitting: J. Spindler; C. Sutton Row 1: R. Dropp; M. 
Careatti; L. Briggs Row 2: K. Henry; D. Mason; C. Squier; M. 
Szmodis; J. Troxell 



HORTICULTURE CLUB 




LtoR, Kneeling: L. Barnard; B. Whitehouse; J. Puglisi; G. Rence; M. Wind; Row 1: R. Lee; M. 
McAlamen; J. Whitehead; W. Morgan; C. Campbell; P. Briar; S. Girling Row 2: D. Bubenheim; 
T. Manns; J. Miale; B. Cashin; T. Sell; J. Boyle; M. Strusiak Row 3: T. Sawiki; B. Troxell; R. 
Proca 



APIARY SOCIETY 




, toR, Front: M. Bergen; T. Vemachio; W. Morgan Left: K. Kaiser; L. Budrewicz; V. 
Tey; R. Rising; M. Payer Back: G. Pusillo; J. Sheaffer; C. Bossone; S. Stys FUght: J. 
Jiminler; M. Wind; P. Curran 




A.I.B.S. 




LtoR, Sitting: K. Rice; J. VanDyk; P. Whitman; G. Erdelsky. Standing: J. Heckman; S. Rane; F. 
Kresock; C. Custis; T. Steinhieser; D. Fiilipe; J. Schultz; S. Abrams. 



A.P.O. 




LtoR: P. Northrop; R. Lester; J. Appleton; L. Perea; T. Vemachio; D. Gillin; C. 
Wolf; S. DeChetto; C. Caramanna 



BUSINESS CLUB 




LtoR, Kneeling: J. Porawski; C. Wolf (sec); Standing: J. Appleton (Pres.); R. 
Szary; L. Perea (V.P.)i G. West (adv.); C. Lilly (tres.) 



BAND 




LtoR, Rowl: L. Barnard; M. Ridge; B. Russell; Row 2: D. Pearson; D. Reiss; 
S. Nevill; T. Sawicki Row 3: R. Fitt; T. Vemachio; M. Durkee; F. Kresock Row 
4: R. Moyer; D. Bubenheim; G. Cooper 



ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE SOCIETY 




LtoR, Top Row: Marshall, M. Pronovich; M. Bartlett; S. Stys; R. Vetanovicz Row 1: K. Debillis; C. 
Hartzler; E. McGuckin; C. Koph; L. Gipe; B. Tichy; G. Futterknecht ; R. Dein; G. Johnson Row 2: J. 
Murphy; Debbie ; Cheryl ; M. Downing; M. Fulton; F. Zaminskie; C. Buchanan; J. Vasile; R. VanArs- 
dale; B. Sholsen; B. Fackler Row 3: P. Jennings; S. Dalrymple; M. Oscapinski; Dave; T. Lupaid; R. 
Lipinski; K. Schinid; C. Burd; J. Bume; K. Frey; M. Brenner; S. Scott; S. Silberstien; S. Stevenson; N. 
Mesko; B. Stanwich; P. Sallari; Row 4: D. Perry; D. Baun; S. Pecchatka; K. Klien; M. Bruce; K. La- 
zin; V. Frey; K. Kutchey; S. Makrancy; V. Butera; R. Schulta; C. Hirt; T. Jakubczyk; S. Skoien; D. 
Campbell; M. Vliana; Frank; M. Hartman; R. Kiemer 



RESIDENT ASSISTANT COORDINATING 
COMMITTEE 



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LtoR, Row 1: P. Butula; A. Capp; J. Pawlusiow; M. Lamb; S. Makrancy; 
Row 2: J. Botti; B. Fales; B. Ruggeri Row 3: K. Musser; D. Buberheim; M. 
Cook; MissOrbaker; Row 4: B. Leh; M. Downing; V. Nayler; Ivlrs. M. Gu- 
lick; Mrs.M. Waddington; Mr. D. Faulkner; G. Royer; Mr. R. Tasker; Mr. 
C. Deacon; Mr. S. Sitarski 





EQUINE CLUB 




LtoR, Row 1: C. Weber; N. Wenger; C. Robinson; L. Jackson; D. Limbach; H. Funk 
Row 2: C. Bossone; C. Ickinger; B. Petty; M. Bergen; M. Bmder; P. Bienikowski; G. 
Aubrey Row 3: J. Andrus; D. Petrovich; C. Kelly; C. Smith; S. Daniels 



CHEMISTRY CLUB 




LtoR, Row 1: M. Yockobishen; J. Smith; T. French Row 2: R. Cohen; Dr. 
Stenson ; S . Harvey ; G . Malick ; Row 3 : B . Strohmeier ; A . Sommer ; R . Nuss ; L . 
Brody; A. Karcher; D. Cassel; J. Matulaitis; E. Rebmaim 







BLOCK 

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BRIDLE 



LTOR, ROW 1: unlaiown; T. Emley; L. Jackson; imknown; Mimchkiii; M. Verastro; unknown; un- 
known; unknown; K. Jones. ROW 2: K. Espenshade; J. Johnson; L. Edlestein; H. Hebley; unknown; 
unknown; K. Sahrski; unknown; L. Mazzai; unknown. ROW 3: C. Cybowski; V. DeStefano; C. Bos- 
sone ; S . Harper ; C . Franklin ; M . Bruder ; D . Hartzel . ROW 4 : N . Wenger ; L . Haf erman ; B . Gobus ; 
unknown; D. Boyer; unknown; M. Ketner; K. Hozlock; G. Pucillo; T. Verhaxhio; Dr. T. Pelle; L. 
Tanzymore. ROW 5: unknown; J. Renekamp; unknown; unknown; B. Walters; unknown; M. Kovacks; 
Mi. Gilbert; Mr. Markeveys. 




LTOR, KNEELING: E. Ehring; P. Risser; S. Peak; M. Lamb; C. Dunton; D. Krasnai; E. McAdams, 
ROW 1: D. Wise; Mena; M. Pelino; C. Shaffer; D. Limbach; M. Cook; K. Frank; R. Hill; J. 
Diminler; Dr. Pelle. BACK: D. Nordland; J. Wengryn; Mr. Markeveys; Mr. Gilbert. 



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LTOR, ROWl: K. Faherty; B. 
Tichy; ROW 2: J. Dimmler; L. Bailey; 
V. Butera; S. Peechaka; E. McAdams; 
B. Stevens. ROW 3: D. Baun; K. Kut- 
chey; C. Squier; S. Miller; Dr. Muse; 
K. Klien. 




DAIRY JUDGING 




LtoR: G. Gayman; D. Mellen; C. Duncan; T. Robbins; Dr. McCaffrey 



DAIRY SOCIETY 




LtoR, Leftside: Dr. Plimxmer, B. Stephens; C. Dunton; L. Budrewicz; N. Scheirer; D. Heisey; M. Donaldson; C. Elliot; P. 
Wisser; K. Masemore; D. Douglas; R. Cox; D. Graham; J. Fleck. OnHoxise: S. Cromwell; C. Kasper; C. Duncan; M. Hill; 
J. Tarento. Right Side: J. Newswanger; N. Bushey; K. Burkert; M. Klotter; P. Cansick; D. Mellen; G. Gayman; P. Werner; 
D. Daubert; J. Smigelski; T. Robbins; M. Brady; M. Simpson. 



DRAMA 





LtoR: Mr. Gavin; G. Bums; S. Staub; A. Karcher; A. Capp; S. Skoien; 
K. Sansone; G. Schneider 



ECO. AG. 




Lto R, Row 1: J. Kravitz; P. Curran; G. Byrne Row 2: L. Barnes; 
M. Wind; G. Bums Row 3: T. Richardson; D. Mason; B. Troxell. 






INTER - CHRISTIAN 




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LtoR, Sitting: D. Nordland; M. Murray Standing : D. Heisey; K. Paul; K. 
Gladfelter; S. Kerstetter; B. Troxell. 



FFA 



WEIGHTLIFTING CLUB 





LtoR: S. Yingling; L. Jackson; J. McCarthy; D. Hei- 
sey; T. Taylor 



LtoR: N. Murray; J. Capozzi; D. Pratt; B. Hughes; S. 
Abrams; K. Musser; B. Bippus. 





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F.T.D. 



LtoR, kneeling: D. Perry, T. Jakubc- 
zyk . Standing , F . Grau , adv . Left wall : 
M. Downing, D. Reiss, C. Shute, A. 
Maynard, M. Bartlett, Row 1: R. 
Kiefner, D. Unger, P. Jennings, V. 
Butera, V. Frey. Row 2: M. Uliana, B. 
Thompson, J. Bloomfield, Row 3: L. 
Gipe, C. Heitz, D. Campbell, C. Sy- 
manski, E. McGuckin, D. Baun. Row 
4: K. Kendus, B. Ungerman, C. Burd, 
J . Vasile , M . Hartman . Row 5 : S . 
Dalrymple , G . Royer , J . Bume . Row 
6: M. Budin, P. lanacone, K. Stone, 
M. Oscapinski 



FOOD INDUSTRY CLUB 




LtoR, Row 1: M. Guilfoy, J. Day, L. Krauss (sec), J. Russo 
(pres.), Row 2: J. Holmquist, C. Adams, J. Capossi, K. 
Greenberg (vp) , J. Barry. Row 3: G. LaCava, P. Butala 
(treas.), C. Russo. Row 4: M. Chranowski, N. Ziolkowski, J. 
Andrus, J. Botti. 





PHOTOGRAPHY 



CLUB 



L to R, Row 1: C. Friedrich, K. Henry, M. Kloter. Row 2: H. Simmer, G. 
Michalak, S. Gunther, K. Wieser, D. Windholy, M. McAlamen 



Row 1: F. Gittens, T. Mason, C. Lilly, E. Pres- 
ton. L. Ivlitchell, T. Strong, S. Washington. Row 
2: M. Robinson, B. Hampton, D. McElroy, C. 
Lewis, M. Heggs. Row 3: K. Mitchell. L. Tanzy- 
more, E. Orr, E. Kittles, C. Johnson, A. White, 
L. Fennell, D. Geiger, B. Stanley, G. Scott, K. 
Carter, M. Jackson. Missing, J. Brooks 




R.A.P. 




Officers, Lto R. F. Gitten, pres, S. Wahsington, v.p. , K. Mitchell, treas, 
E. Orr, sec. 



SCUBA CLUB 




RAILROAD CLUB 








Row 1: F, Tourville; L. Urbonik. Row 2: W. Whitehouse; K. Burnley. Row 3: C. 
McCarron; R. Cox, A. VanVlack; J. Spindlerj L. Barnard; B. Cashin; Dr. Weber 




Row 1: D. Russell; A. Maynard; R. Woo- 
lerton; D. Blakelock. Row 2: J. Maloney; 
C. Harding; R. Johnson; D. Campbell; R. 
Senson; R. Cornell 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




LtoR, Row 1: K. Kemp, M. Snyder, C. Steelman, A. Capp, L. Budrewicz, 
V. Butera. Row 2: D. Buchanan, L. Ivlitchell, G. Michalak, B. Fales, M. Fid- 
ton. Row 3: D. Cook, D. Clarke, L. Hagerman, M. Alexander, M. Downing, 
Row 4: B. Dobbs, G. Sharko, Dr. Hofstaedter, S. Makrancy. 




toR, Row 1: S. Harvey, L. Perea, P. SchroU, M. Tarulli, J. Whitehead, R. 
izarus. Row 2: L. Gipe, D. Limbach, S. Staub, J. Maloney, J. Appleton, P. Briar, 
. Churchill. Row 3: P. Jennings, C. Hirt, B. Leh, R. Szaiy, G. Gaubrey, A. 
archer, C. Caramanna. 




A-DAY 



A -Day Officers: Dr. Lazarus, M. Tarulli, J. 
Maloney, J. Whitehead, S. Harvey, P. 
Schroll. 




STUDENT 

TRAINER 

CLUB 

Student Trainer Advisor — John Knarr 



L to R, Row 1 : K. Sucharski; C. Lilly; Row 2: 
S. Washington; K. Smith; D. Lake; G. Royer 
Row 3: W. Bishop; R. Shaeffer; B. Bippus 





THE 
GLEANER 



L to R: C. McCarron, D. Ray; 
G. Sharko; A. Rank 



SIGMA 
SOCIETY 



LtoR, Row 1: L. Hagerman; P. 
Briar J T. Nigro; B. Thompson; M. 
KlotterRow2: G. Aubrey; K. Laz- 
gin; R. VanArsdalen; B. Olson; S. 
Cunningham ; Miss Orbaker . Row 3 : 
D. Kupiec; P. Casey; D. Unger; L. 
Gipe . Row 4 : S . Stevenson , P . 
Bieniakowski ; E. Preston. Row 5: J. 
Andrus; M. Snyder; K. Henry; D. 
Krasnai; K. Frank. 





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L to R, Row 1: M. Downing; K. Frey; 
M. Kloter; B. Olson. Row 2: K. 
Greenberg; R. Lester; K. Henry; M. 
Fulton; imknown; M. Snyder; L. Perea; 
J. Crowshaw; K. Rist. 



CORNUCOPIA '78 





BACK TO FRONT, L TO R; Jim Spindler, co- editor, L. 
TaiT, M. Jackson, B. Walters, S. Scott, D. Genge, Bev 
Tichy, editor, J. DeNoma, D. Zuy, C. Heitz, M. Braim, 
T. Damagala, M. Giglia, C. Lily, L. Gipe. Missing, Jeff 
Singletary, co- editor. 







It is a lot of work to put together a yearbook, 
but the load goes a lot easier when it can be 
spread over a larger staff. I would like to thank 
those people that increased the size of our staff 
this year, and also the dedicated few from past 
years. Your help was greatly appreciated. 

But no matter how good a staff you have, there 
still may be some mistakes, deletions, or typing 
errors. Please excuse them. 

We still missed deadlines, but we couldn't 
have done much at all without our lay-out staff; 
Janet, Laurie, Tom, Pete, Chuck, Russ, and | 
Lee. Our typists. Barb and Louise did a lot of ;| 
work also. Our photography staff, John, Shaw- 
nee, Connie, Bill, Kurt, Russ, Jeff, you sure 
took a lot of pictures, and it still wasn't enougl 

Jeff, superb job. Keep up the good work for 
two more years and you'll have an excellent 
book. 

Jim, you'll probably make a better editor than 
myself, but good luck next year. 

Thanks to my sister Irene for all her pictures , 
especially this year's cover. 

Barb and Lynn, thanks for all your help. 

Mr. Sauer, thank-you for your guidance, sup- 
port, and words of wisdom when they were need- 
ed. 1 don't know how you put up with me these 
last two years . One more year , and I might get 
it right. 

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 




The Department of Athletics con- 
gratulates the Class of 1978 and 
wishes Godspeed. May the lessons 
learned in competitive athletics serve 
as a guidepost for all as you play the 
game of life , 

Intercollegiate Athletics is one of 
the cornerstones of our College . 
Your participation and support during 
your collegiate life have been impor- 
tant to the growth of our programs . 

As Alumni, athletics can serve you 
in many ways . With your support our 
programs will become successful and 
you can look upon them with pride . 

This is your College - Love Her, 
Support Her, and most of all be proud 
of Herl 



Al Wilson, Director of Athletics 




Judy Ermigiotti , secretary to Mr. Wilson 



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LtoR, Rowl: G. Fulcoly; K. Faherty; S. Cromwell; J. Newswanger; D. Layton. Row 2: B. Petty; S. 
Leeds; B. Dusinan; C. Dunton; L. Polgar; P. Ries; A. White. Row 3: P. Velbier, (coach); S. Bennett; C. 
Duncan; M. Horst; P. Werner; B. Wolfe; L. Budrewicz; E. Flynn; J. Kruckow, (Mgr.) 




CROSS COUNTRY 




LtoR, Row 1: M. Ensslin; V. Frey; J. Gilbert; H. McGroerty; R. Bryson (capt.); J- O'Connor; N. Jubok; B. Gabel; D. Fi- 
lipo; M. Coleman Row 2 : C. Bossone; B. Cybowski; T. Murdough; B. Murphy; R. Rising; M. Hengel; J. Jaskot; J. Semler; 
M. Hoelper; J. Dougherty; C. Boyd. Row 3: N. Murray; S. Larkin; N. Foran; C. Edgerton; K. Kaiser; C. Cowher; C. Bradley; 
R. Berthold (coach). 





Cross Country 




DVC 




Opponent 


50 


Ursinus 


15 


42 


Haverford 


19 


16 


Dickenson 


46 


20 


Muhlenberg 


43 


20 


Wilkes 


43 


20 


Albright 


43 


22 


Phila. Textile 


39 


36 


Lebanon Valley 


16 


34 


Scranton 


21 


21 


Phila. Textile 


40 


15 


Elizabethtown 


50 


28 


Susquehanna 


27 


43 


Swathmore 


16 


20 


Muhlenberg 
Overall Record 8-6 


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Seniors, L to P.; N. Jubok; R. Bryson; B. Gable. 





LtoR, Row 1: T. Strong; K. Truskin; J. Fretz; J. Laumakis; J. Maloney; D. Kling; S. Hertig; F. Gittens; M. Mackridges; E. 
Cini; M. Haim; S. Melroy. Row 2: R, Felter; M. Bergamo; J. Lingenmuth; P. Boob; B. Reapsome; C. Thomas; M. Chame- 
lin; S. McGlyim; M. Beale; W. Robertson; J. Gordon; T. Houpt. Row 3: S. Rodkey; B. Crozier; M. Dobies; A. Conley; E. 
Craig; G. Scott; B. Root; G. Salicondro; D. Jefferson; T. Kenny; C. Alpuche. Row 4: B. Mullen; J. Mazak; K. Sipple; J. 
Ledva; S. Fomoff; R. Haraka; B. Emerich; M. Marshall; M. Rudy; G. Walters; D. Jefferson; L. ThieroK; F. Vellucci Row 5: 
P. Boyel; C. Stipp; J. Sofia; P. Mclntyre; B. Shickora; P. Albano; M. Malasavage; R. Bates; J. Fogarty; M. Flanagan; S. 
Cash; N. Weinstein; E. Weyend Row 6: T. Dodd; M. Cicchino; C. Theibault; L. Da vies; M. Miller; B. Lewis; M. Kistler; H. 
Knier; J. Yazujian; J. Steiner; J. Lare; S. Gehrlein; M. ConlenRow7: J. Saner; B. Detwiler; G. Dudo; J. Yandrofski; K. 
Githens; M. Breidor; S. Lilly; B. Berlanda; G. Hall; M. Mondevergine ; G. Biggs; B. Turner; R. Mullen; G. Demetriades Row 
8: Dr. A. Krick; F. Miller (Equip. Mgr.); Coach J. Hardy; Coach E. E>romgold; Coach J. Injoychock; Head Coach A. Wilson; 
Coach D. Faulkner; Coach T. Ehiff; Coach P. Righi; J. Knarr (Head Trainer); Dr. J. Walheim. 






Football 




DVC 

18 

14 


Farleigh Dickenson 
Moravian 


Opponent 
12 

13 


8 
8 

20 
7 
6 

27 


Albright 

Lycoming 

Upsala 

Susquehanna 

Juniata 

Widener 


35 
16 
31 
28 
23 
50 


8 


Wilkes 


32 



Seniors, LtoR: M. Mackrides; E. Cini; J. Maloney; S. Hertig; M. 
Hann; D. Kling; F. Gittens; S. Melroy. 




SOCCER 







LtoR, Row 1: T. Gadaleta; M. Fennell; M. Russo; T. Nevill; J. Delgasio; J. Fulcoly; T. Rudolph Row 2: B. Torppey; D. 
Zuy; s'. Homesack; R. Cornell; B. Kubat; D. Page; G. LaCava; R. Pelkofsky; D. Persons Row 3: M. Jiron; T. Loy; D. 
Loesser; H. Kelly; Coach Marshall Row 4: D. Krouse; Rl Flores; S. Saxton; R. Thompson; J. Kennoy; J. Rojas; B. Strand; R. 
Landis;'j. Dolch; R. Wolford. 






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DVC Opponent 

1 Widener 7 

1 Albright 

Lebanon Valley 1 

Ursinus 4 

1 Lycoming 5 
1 Fairleigh Dickenson 4 

Albright 2 

1 Wilkes 3 
Overall Record 1-7 



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WRESTLING 




L TO R, ROW 1: Asst. Coach, Craig Deacon; Tom Hinter; Ted Rubright; Dave Zawisza; Steve Yingling; Bret Troppey; John 
DeNoma; Art Shull; Dean Dauberr; JeffBrough; Craig Edgerton. ROW 2: Mike Davis; John Campbell; Frank De Antonio ; Al 
Kumath; Mike Fasulo; Ken Espenshade ; Greg LaCava; Paxil Brindisi ; Jeff Press; Walt Mathewson . ROWS: Coach, Bob Marshall; 
Stan McGlynn, Paul Pearson; Jim Saner; Warren Robertson, Phil Wisser; Jeff Bartholomew; Juan Rojas; Bob Godbout; Jeff Wey- 
land; Bill Crozier; Hank Knier; Rick Landis; Don Cook; Brian Detwiler. 



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44 


Wrestling (15-2) 

Opponent 
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Ursinus 3 


54 
48 
41 


Upsala 
Juniata 
Widener 



2 
9 


46 



Lebanon Valley 
Wilkes 


6 
42 


9 
23 


Lycoming 
Scranton 


22 
17 


39 
34 
28 
47 
28 


Susquehanna 

King's 

Moravian 

Mulenberg 

Elizabethtown 


15 
9 

14 
2 

15 


45 
51 
19 


Western Maryland 
Fairleigh Dickinson 
Swathmore 

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18 





WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 




Lto R, Row 1: A. White; P. McCullough; B. Gregory; S. Cromwell; J. Kirk. Row 2: P. Wemer; B. Wolfe; C. Gruver; D. 
Windholtz; D. Kaledinskas; J. Newswanger. 






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DVC 
51 


Elizabethtown 


Opp. 
60 


74 
63 


Lycoming 
Widener 


34 
71 


66 


Franklin G Marshall 


68 


81 
94 


Lycoming 
Wilkes 


46 
86 


62 
65 


Mulenberg 
Scranton 


45 
90 


72 
66 


Philadelphia Textile 
Allentown 


75 
68 


65 


Drew 


43 


50 
75 


Upsala 
Moravian 


63 
32 




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L TO R, ROW 1: Asst. Coach Steve Zenko; C. Johnson; J. McShea; P. Butler; M. Miller; R. Parker; T. Salamone; J. Bernard. 
ROW 2: Head Coach Frank Wolfgang ; K. Mitxhell; B. Stanley; J. Watson; C. Leber; M. Werkiser; J. Wisniewski. 




LTOR, ROWl: D. Crossette; T. Walsh; L. Tanzymore; D. Kline; P. Fisenmann; L. Matthews. ROW 2: F. WoKgang; J. Ber- 
nard; D. Jefferson; J. Brooks; B. Walter; T. Kehoe; S. Zenko. 

Men's Basketball 




DVC 
72 


Swarthmore 


Opponent 
59 


63 


Wilkes 


61 


80 


Drew 


92 


65 
83 


Albright 
Elizabethtown 


72 
72 


75 


Juniata 


65 


52 


Ursinus 


62 


61 

70 


Albright 
Elizabethtown 


83 

77 


91 


Mulenberg 


103 


55 
77 
68 


Susquehanna 

Lycoming 

Moravian 


77 
86 
55 


76 


Scranton 


90 


76 
66 
69 
49 
66 


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Susquehanna 
Fairleigh Dickenson 
Lycoming 
Juniata 


72 
88 
71 
58 
72 



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Lto R, Row 1: J. Yazujian; W. Mathewson; K. Siegele; 
P. SoUazzo; S. Lilly Row 2: G. DeFranco; S. Walley; 
C. Hanson, B. Murphy Row 3: M. Schaefer, Head 
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Opp. 


63 


Widener 


86 


81 
81 
67 


Swarthmore 
Phila. Textile 
Lebanon Valley 


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78 


76 


Susquehanna 


44 


76 


Albright 


61 


51 


Uisinus 


78 


51 


Haverford 
Overall - 4-4 


52 



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LtoR, Row 1: G. Richdale; P. Butler; D. Helmstetter; G. LaCava. Row 2: Coach Hardy; 
B. Reapsome; J. Theibault, S. Fomoff; Dr. Lutz. Row 3: C. Theibault; P. Boob; S. Cash; 
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14 


Susquehanna 


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4 


Fairleigh Dickinson 


2 


10 




3 


1 


Ursinus 


2 


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24 


Drew 





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6 


Albright 


5 


10 







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King's 


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AGRONOMY 





MATTHEW ANTOS 




DENNIS HELMSTETTER 



RICHARD HODNICKY 




WARREN AUKETT JR. 




CHARLES FEHR 




MIGUEL JIRON 



Warren Aukett, Jr. 

Special thanks to Mom & Dad; 
Thursday night keggers ; ladies of 
the night; Ulinan fire; Au the 
Braz;-John, George, Ted, John 
Tanz, G last but not least Mayn- 
ord; weekends with Diddy; Tea- 
table G Ralph Stover; goodbye G 
good luck to all the Bonganeers 
past G present; Aspers, 1977. 

Michael R. Crush 

Special thanks to Mom G Dad , 
who made it all possible . ' ' Flame 
on Ulman' ' — skyline — lunch at 
the Colonial G ' ' crazy 8 ' s " — 
Hooo-Wee man! 

Dann Clapp 

Work Hall 3 years, boltin' , slo- 
shin', J.C. on the tube, WMMR 
' 'the radio station' ' , YSP, lOQ, 
the good ol' bijoo, the Main 
Point . Good times with the Turk , 
Phil G Frank, Algeria G Williams G 
a hoard of others , Thanks to past G 
future lovers; special thanks to 
Mom G Dad for making it possi- 
ble. 

Bob DeWitt 
Thank -you Dr. Prude anu. 

Rita E. Dropp 

Transferee -Applesauce — 
' 'Jim -Boy' ' — Farmerette — 
' 'Isn't it great to be HERE ! " — 
things to do , places to go G people 
to see — ' 'Foxy Agronomist' ' — 
long walks — favorite field — 
' 'I'm getting organized ..." — 
April eve — Compost Queen — 
spastic temper — ' 'stoneless soil' ' 

— homegrown popcorn — mi- 
grains — nutshells — spring fever 

— Agronomy banquet : a dress — 
wet hair -doctor office music. 

John Gvmdzik 

Thank God for helping me 
through college G I also thank my 
parents for their support G encour- 
agement. Three years of com- 
muting , working at DVC during 
the summer of '77' , G the final 
year, was quite an experience 
which will linger in my memory . 
' 'Trust in the Lord v.dth all thine 
heart and lean not unto thine own 
imderstanding . ' ' Proverbs 3 : 5 

Dennis Helmstetter 

A very special thank you to my 
parents , for without their time , 
understanding , G most of all love , 
this could never have been possi- 
ble . Also Candy for putting up 
with all my tests . — Longhoms in 

"78" — - My good friend Tom 
Schriener — Jerry one on one — 

' 'spit' ' — feud — the lounge - 
Ziskers "ALCOA". 

Richard Hodnicky 

Thanks to Mom G Dad for mak- 
ing it all possible ... to my 
grandparents for their help ... to 
big brother Jerry, for being a great 
brother, G special thanks to He- 
len, for making it all a little 
easier. 




DAN CLAPP 




JOHN GUNDZIK 




WALTER KOZAK 





EDWARD NAUGHTON 



Walter Kozak 

Three ye are with the blond 
haired showbear, HEEEY Load ! 
Walt go to bed, go to bed Walt. 
Parking cars in the garage . Tom 
you're a cynic ! Camel Farms? 
Mission School? Steve you have 
sexy legs. New York, it's a trage- 
dy! Vince, love your hair. 
Clyde, Pete, Murph, Hobbs, 
Whip , Cheze . I ' 11 never forget you 
all, but time will tell. Can't ya 
understand? 

Edward R. Naughton 

I would like to thank my family 
and a very special friend . . . 
Thank them for their support, en- 
couragement, and patience. 

Robert Robinson 

ElsonHall, Kellys, Yocks, Doc 
B, Roberts E Claycomibe etc. 4 
yeare — It was an interesting ex- 
perience . Special thanks to my 
parents . 

Frank Savini 

Softball with the ' 'Mad Moose - 
hairs' ' , Judging soil in the rain; 
escaping the Ulman fire . Thanks 
to my parents for their love & sup- 
port G to Jesus Christ, my Lord and 
Savior . 






ROBERT DEWITT 



ROBERT ROBINSON 



FRANCIS SAVINI 





CHERYL SQUIER 



MICHAEL TARULLl 



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Peter A. Schroll 

My love for Pain; Smiling Dr. 
W.J. ; Gingo berries; He won't 
wake up; Polish cannon team; OH 
Baby; clown; commando raids; 
Pud and his ducks ; to all those 
non- Sicilians beware; little Tom 
Homer; Herbie Hancock; Jeep 
Freak forever ! ! 

Cheryl Squier 

A weekend here? . . New Dorm- 
4 yrs . with Kath . . . Lambertville 
House ' 'What happened? "... we 
have two girls in this class , but 
. . . hey , it tastes just like butter ! 
. . . soil judging in R . I . , Md . , 
Me — long nites & donuts ... all 
the good times with the guys in 
Prun's, Doc Palk's, £ J.K. 's 
classes . . . Special thanks to my 
family & to my friends for making 
it bearable . 

Michael Tarulli 

Good times with Poodle, Rocky, 
Sol, Marky, Muscle Beach, Ray- 
Ray, Danny, Cheryl, Willy, & 
Johnny — great A- Days with great 
people . Junior Prom , V2 kegs 
missed on weekends. I'll always 
remember the GOOD STUFF. 
' 'Daytona Beach' ' ; late night 
smokers. Jersey Boys. Schaeffy's 
in the morning . Special thanks to 
mom, dad, Linda G Laurie for all 
the problems they put up with for 
4 years. 

Peter J . Zakanycz 
Thanks Mom and Dad . 



ANIMAL HUSBANDRY 




Liane F. Bailey 

Bamess II girls; The Mebnos, 
Bogey, Posty, Gopher-it, W.L. 
and Tackle. Weekends at R-camp 
and that glorioi:is week in N.H. to 
ski? Champagne party at the Red 
Bull and the Jr . Prom ; those wild 
thursday nights -girls night out! 
the Charlie Chip can and many 
other great times . Thanks to my 
parents and friends for getting me 
through . 

Cheryl Borgard 

To the greatest parents a daugh- 
ter could ever have , with much 
love, thanks for everything and 
especially your patience . to Jon , 
the man 1 love , thanks for your 
imderstanding . My brother the de - 
generate -great summer. New 
Hampshire, R-camp; Four years 
with Post Mortum; munch -out; 
Melmos; Liane, Denise, Bill. 




LIANE BAILEY 




ANITA CIRIELLO 





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CHERYL BORGARD 



LISA BYRNE 




CHARLES COMSTOCK 



MARY CORRAO 





Lisa A. Byrne 

Miz Byrnes ; iced tea ; resident 
commuter; all nighters; Dr. 
Pelle's box lunches; I am Joe's 
P. I. A. ; oral exams; makeup 
queen; Lisa cut; Ulman 112; 
Heineken; Thanks to Tee, Jude, & 
my parents for 4 great years; If 
only the problems of life would 
come when we ' re young , when we 
know everything . 

Charles A. Comstock 

Thanks to my wife , Carol , and 
parents for their help in the past 4 
years. Remember BAB's and Phil- 
ly ' 77 i Thursday night kegs with 
John , Rich and John in Ulman 
106 ; hunting at my house ; my 
wedding; fishing trips to shore (no 
bait) ; all that you can eat nights . 

Mary Corrao 

Lovey; M G M; waking to sound 
effects , Hear that Mena ? Bamess , 
Les, Tee and Cathy; T parties; Hi 
Duane ; football games ; Deb , a 
polka! Trial by Jury; Charlie 
Brown, Santa Clause; Mund, 
that's your woman ! Edmiund, how 
did you put up with me ? Thanks 
mom and dad , for making this all 
possible ; thanks Ed , for your pa - 
tience , understanding , and all the 
good times; good-bye DVC, I'll 
always remember you . 

Susan E. Cromwell 

4 years at the Ag . School ; 
commuting; # 10 hockey; B- 
ball; P.D.V. can't say enough, 
super friend and coach. SOMA #1 
Tools, Tish, Duncan, Abdul, 
Kirker. Looney & Tunes (Best 
roommate ever) , and Pam ' Kid ' , 
you got it! Bamess II, intramur- 
als, farmhouse; A-day; Peach; 
blasts; superstars; True Dirt; 
Mark ; the pits ; animal , and 
Crom ! Special love and thanks to 
my mom and dad for their love 
and support ! 

Jerry Croshaw 

Ulman 3rd - 4 yrs too much; 
Fes, Greenie & now Brian; What 
roomies ; late nite runs to the 
farmhouse; Beetle & the roof; 
Shu; Coke, Woody, Glen & Disco; 
5 pm, Nov. 20, 1976; the rise 
and fall of Ulman; the locker 
room; me ester. Many thanks to 
the Scarboroughs , and especially 
to my Mother and Father who 
make this all possible . 

Keith Michael Detrick 

Remember all those great days 
in Bamess, Cook, Miller & Gold- 
man halls . The drag races in 
Cook ; Thank you mom & dad you 
make it all possible . 



DANIEL DIGENOVA 



JEANDIMMLER 




Karen Ann Frank 

A-Day 1977- Tonto; down at 
the farm; high team judging; with 
Mare and Danny; cofiee break 
with Deb, Holly G the Fonze; ev- 
ery morning ; a lot of hard nights 
studying and a lot of unforgettable 
miemories; Fish Queen 1977; 
Homecoming parade with the lit- 
tle red sports car; Anne and the 
burning popcorn; going to break- 
fast with Michael . 

Daniel J. DiGenova 

Thanks mom & dad for giving 
me four of the greatest years of 
my life; never forget the Melmos, 
N.H., Rcamp, 'May ^11; the 
hate list; of course the poems, & 
Rizzo. Mortem; I still love a cool 
breeze on a summer's eve, the 
main muscle & lucky lucky you; 
Hope you are still partying O . 

Jean Dimmler 

Four years really flew; many 
memories will be left here; horri- 
ble chemistry ; work in techniques 
(you do WHAT to those ani- 
mals?); Polly, Andy, CB (Hobby 
horse) ; all my commuter friends; 
I'll think of you always; special 
thoughts to M.M. , J.R. , E.MC. , 
F.R. , J.W. , R.H. , and many 
others who I ' ve come to know G 
love . Good luck to all . Thanks to 
ma G pa who made the memories 
possible . 

Gerald Evans 

Thanks to all who m:ade these 
four years possible and unforgeta- 
ble . Special thanks to my parents 
especially my mother and the 
overwhelming support, and to my 
grandfather who will always be 
remembered . Also B . Poly and his 
family for everything they have 
done. 

William Richard Fales 

Goldmian hall and the crazy 
screwups ; all the track guys ; the 
girls of New Dorm; M.L. , Fran, & 
Michelle ; parties off campus , and 
on campus; Farmhouse; N.B.I. G 
Hogans; a good roommate for a 
change; a good job ahead; Thanks 
to all who helped me throilgh the 
rough spots . TTianks to those who 
cared . 

Stephen F. Fecik 

All my friends and the good 
times at DVC. Oh! And of 
course , running from the Ulman 
fire. 




GERALD EVANS 



BILL FALES 





STEPHEN FECIK 



LAFAVAE FENNELL 




ELIZABETH FOY 



KAREN FRANK 




JOSEPH GARRO 






Lafarae Fennell 

The elevator to success was 
broken so we had to climb . Anon . 

Betty Foy 

Tee; Motown 1; 112 Ulman 
'75; Ft. Lauderdale; Work Hall 
parties; Jerry, did you start yet? 
Hey babe; Lehigh; will I know it 

in ? hours; endless catastro- 

phies; Bag it; Greg G Buns keep in 
touch; Bamess friends; super star 
wknd ; finding a special friend in 
Lisa ; Thanks to JenMntown friends 
£ mom G dad who made it possi- 
ble. 

Richard Daniel Gardner 

Many thanks to my family for 
making these 4 good years possi- 
ble . Mso thanks to Jett who 
helped me to appreciate what I 
have . rooming with farmer , 2 
years in Samuel 2nd; Lander; a 
midnight com battle or Dak raid? 
spaders; Bryan's grand coconut 
ballroom ; Halloween parties at 
my place; musk, Let me drive ! ! 
Again thanks to my family G 
friends. 



SCOTT GLASSFORD 



FRANCIS GRADEL 



Joseph GaiTO Jr. 

Thanks to all who made the last 
four years a memorable exper- 
ience . Special thanks to mom G 
dad who made it possible . 

Scott S . Glassford 

A special thanks to mom G dad 
for all the help G understanding 
they've given me these past four 
years. Dr. Pelle's G Dr. Kahan's 
writing; Dr. Orr's bionic chalk; 
Saturday nights; Del Val's food; 
Monday night football ; the joys of 
registration . 

Mena Hautau 

Mary G Gary headaches; Udder 
guys ; getting busted ; summer 
'76; Nancy; Duncan! you lovely 
bitch ! SOMA ! ! RA headaches 
withKFO; total recall; welcome 
to college ; haunted house ; 
Christmas ; EMO ; hot to trotta ; 
Rocky; Saturday night live; 
Mayo 's concerts; Farm House; pig 
roast; What's gnu? Jag alska dig 
Ogar ! R,G. 's fair weather farm- 
ers; judging team; Love others as 
youiseK. 

Steven James Hertig 

Tharik God I made it through; 
Thanks to mom G dad for every- 
thing . Thanks to the professors for 
their help. Thanks to the coaches 
for their guidance . Thanks to 
Nancy for her love G support . 
Thanks to Scott for 4 super yrs . 
Best of luck to the crew from 
Aliimni House and all the friends 
I've made here at DVC. 



Thomas W. Homer 

Wolfsohn; Goldman Ist;^ Meester 
you come up front; '64 Cadillac 
/the canoe); Bawanga Bob; Vince 
i Carolyn; Janice; bigger G bet- 
ter; Farm #3; The Swan; Hey 
Bip; Chuck, Johnson, Kozak, 
Schroll, Schultz, Pud, McCarter, 
Hirt, Jennings, Jakubczyk, 
Skoien, DiGenova, Bamess Gang; 
Va. '75; We made it, thanks to 
all my friends and especially my 
parents . 

M. Frances Johnson 

Rich, lab partners; fall '74; 
Oct. 28, 1975; Gabe; halloween 
party; Tom Moore's; spring '76; 
A -Day; Saral; Dunham's Fla, 
Maine; Summer '76; watermel- 
on; October 28, 1976 winter '76; 
Lambertville House ; What Hap- 
pened? Skiing; Sammy; no Jo's; 
spring '77; engagement party; Big 
as this room! A-Day; Sara II; 
Fla. vs graduation; summer '77 
wkends ! fall '77Ransome; Zee 
triplets, J*K*K*. 




MENA HAUTAU 



SUSAN HERHEI 




THOMAS HORNER 



M. FRANCES JOHNSON 




DEBORAH KRASNAI 




Barbara Karvois 

Thanks mom C- dad; Gene ! en- 
gagement party ; Lambertville 
House ; What happened ? T\vits ; 
Doylesburg fire crew; 'as big as 
this room' ; Farm House ; J-K-K; 
Fat sweats; burr head; Fla. '77; 
flying; charlotte's; opps ! Bizzz' 
baloon snower ; cakes at the sink ; 
D-judging; A-Day '77; Horace! 

Catherine M. Kelly 

Dizzy Izzy ; twits ; M . A . ; What 
happened? J-K-K; Fla.; Sanxmy; 
as big as this room; Penn Hall; 
A-Day '76; Arabelle & Annie; fat 
sweat; baloon shower; Farm- 
House; the derelickts; the closet; 
flying; burrhead; FYB; D. test; 
Thanks mom' & dad. 

Deborah Mary Krasnai 

I ' 11 always remember all the 
great times we've had especially 
the Block N Bridle trips . Even 
though I'm leaving, I feel that a 
part of me will always be at DVC . 



BARBARA KARVOIS 



PETER LAWTON 



ROBERT LEECH 




BRYAN LEH 




JOHN MCFADDEN 




Peter K. Lawton 

Harry G the closet; Work 1st & 
the bees; late nite rides to Philly; 
trips to the greenhouse; the ex- 
perience of knowing John Hayes ; 
too bad he didn't make it; walk- 
ing to Ed's; eating Poncho's 
cooking; Todd S. ; a fair room- 
mate; I don't know, what do you 
want to do? the 4 years went fast; 
Thanks to the people who made it 
financially possible . 

Bryan Leh 

Special thanks to my mom G dad 
for everything, and to Mr. John 
Morrow for his inspiration. Mr. G 
Mrs. Gilbert; Farm #3; all the 
shows; EMO; the guys in Samuel; 
Too all my friends, picker, flick- 
er, musk, clepta and lance G the 
others. Keep in touch and good 
luck. 

Lance lipton 

Musk G his women; Clause G 
Wonnie ; Picker G his Moose ; 
Farmer G his freslunan roommiate ; 
those late nights of coffee G 
studying; Picker G his no doze; 
Musk G 'it hurts' ; Picker G his 
used tv's; Farmer and it is over; 
laughing noises ; airplace noises ; 
apple raids; otis briaser G may 
sucker G his horsey lips ; Flicker G 
his Case tractors. 

Gregory Marchigiano 

Thanks for the 4 yrs at DVC . It 
has gotten me ready to go out G 
meet the agriculture world . Farm 
3 and some real good times; rus- 
tling with the animals ; memories 
of those A -Days; My education 
can only be credited to the great 
support of my loved ones at home . 

Eileen Ruth McAdams 

Much love G special thanks to 
mom and dad for all their help, 
patience , G understanding ; Hobby 
Horse ; Cluck Cluck no K . F . C . ; 
Dumpling and Polly; A -Day 
now! .' no they're still too hairy; 
Good luck firends : Jean, Steve, 
Fran, June, Rich, G Floyd; Spe- 
cial thanks to Ellen, we struggled 
through the troubled stops and will 
always remember the good times , 
8/5/78 

Brett Middleton 

The Delaware Valley yacht 
club; R.G.'s driving; Daks; 
guinea pigs; weebles wobble; 
captain, we've struck an iceberg; 
J. P. Gumby; are we going to 
Friendly 's George? the chair; 
space ghost G lunchtime toons ; sin 
city '76; the walk; buddies - 
George (skyline anyone?) horsey 
lips. 




LANCE LIPTON 




EILEEN MCADAMS 




VIRGINIA OSBAHR 



HELEN OTTE 




GREGORY MARCHIGIANO 




Virginia Osbahr 

Mike, summer of '76, Seaside 
Heights ; Snoopy & Mini Mouse ; 
peanut butter ; Pittstown; Stockton 
Inn, March 16, 1977; Junior 
prom; Nassau; July 22; A -Day; 
small animal lab ; Thanks to 



Helen Ann Otte 

Thanks to my mother who stood 
behind me all the way; Sone; Si; 
Jan; DEK; Stewy signs; Judy still 
a friend ; Funky Joe ; Charlie ; 
Farmhouse or bust; Don't tell 
Peggy Dee ; Suebo Dam ' the 
homy girls on New Dorm 2nd ; 
Hockey MAC's; Hoops and Harness 
II ; the SOMA gang and Boo ; 
Drinking; parties; Terri's prob- 
lems. 

Laura Post 

Melmo's; Dan, Cheryl, Liane, 
Denise , Bill ; New Hampshire ; I 
don't mean rain; Liane 's moun- 
tain camp; Freeport; good bye 
DVC; I would like to thank the 
most wonderful man in the world , 
my father, for his patience, love 
G understanding , and expecially 
for my education. I could never 
thank you enough , I love you . 
And the other man I love , Pat- 
rick. 



BRETT MIDDLETON 





DAVID PEDE 



KEVIN POSBERGH 



LAURA POST 



Kathleen Shafer 

Sept 6; they're gone ! walk in 
the rain; my hand's in the door ! 
the cat's stuck in the heater; 
class, what's that? Springfield, 
Va . ; London , England ! you get 
away -with everything ; summer 
'76; pups in the dorm? McDon- 
ald's; four years with Cheryl; Jiily 
3rd; Thanks mom and dad, with- 
out you this couldn't have hap- 
pened . Bob , all my love , and 
thanks. 

John L . Syme 

3 years with Tedd, Bush, Smig, 
Ogar, The Grungos, Eggs, Mauk, 
Uebs , Mena , Karen , Barb . EMO ; 
Samuel T; Christmas & Haunted 
Hall 76-77. Battles; all my close 
friends made over the years . 
Thanks to Carol for love G pa- 
tience . Special thanks to mom & 
dad for love , understanding , and 
making it all possible . 

Steven Eugene Tine 

four years ; PSU to DVC ; deviant 
senior year, Heyyy! Stephan; Ul- 
man 2nd; suicide squad; night 
raids; humor, fun, friendship, the 
greatest= from Steve to Linda ; in 
my memories forever ; For Nan , a 
special place in my heart-you are 
sincere and have deep compassion 
for others . You opened my eyes 
and heart to a lot this year . I love 
you dearly . 

Patricia A . Vaughn 

Thanks dad & mom; Mabel - 
Edith Anne; A-Day 76-77; Fla. 
77 ; Lambertville House , What 
Happened? Jan. 17, 197S. not 
wasted; Melmo's; skiing '77; 
Sammy; Barb's engagement par- 
ty; 41/2; cakes at the sink; falling 
down steps; greaser; D-test; 
face; summer 76 sink; Doylesberg 
fire crew.; Farmhouse; bulge; 
fat- sweats; butt heads; the pits; 
last chance ! 

Debra A. Vislocky 

Mowtown- a -day 75; a long 
drop from the top bunk ; Mary , 
call the hospital; it's the exter- 
minator ; skuttlebutt ; do you have 
any ID? Gunby & I; hollow leg 
Phyllis; good night sweetheart; 
Work Hall T; 50 yd. line polkas; 
superstars; milking contest; 
cramming & all nighters ; would 
you like a prime ? 2 mile walks ; 
password; cadadum; rabbit & 
black berry brandy ; m:om and 
dad, 1 can't thank you enough. 

Cheryl A . WalUng 

The Walling G Weavere team; 
good friends ; Spotz , Katobug , 
Mary Lou; Cherokee At A-day; 
Farm 3 at 6 am; getting caught 
with a chinchilla ; mica in the 
heater; Heidi in speech class; 
watch where you walk, Danny's 
loose ; 1 do know how to drive a 
tractor ; Thanks to mom , dad , 
Harry , Bobbie G Joy . 






FLOYD REYNOLDS 



KATHLEEN SHAFER 




PATRICIA VAUGHN 



DEBRA VISLOCKY 





JENNIFER WEAVER 



JUNE WEBER 




JOHNSYME 



STEVEN TINC 




Douglas Wayne Warren 

1 want to thank my parents G my 
uncle for helping me through col- 
lege. Best wishes to Greg, togeth- 
er we raced the dangers of DVC . 
Remember the Mts . , the parties , 
the room and of course the girls . 
Thanks to friends that helped 
make DVC tolerable . 

Jennifer L . Weaver 

It was all more than worth the 
frustrations and tears . Walling & 
Weaver team . Thanks to those 
terrific An. Hus. profs. Thanks to 
those special people who saw me 
through the worst times and shared 
with me the best times . Thank 
you Fred . 

Susan V . Zabinski 

For all the good times , it was a 
long fovir years . Chris, Pat, Bar- 
byou're too much. Buns at the 
sink; twits; Lambertville House; 
What heppened? Oops! Bzz! en- 
gagement party; Where Kel? 
Farmhouse; Burrhead; Doylesberg 
fire crew; Small animal lab. Re- 
member me, Steve. Tee -bird; 
HAO- thanks. PJ, so very special. 
Love & thanks to m:a and dad . I 
did it! 



CHERYL WALLING 



DOUGLAS WARREN 




KURT WEISS 



SUSAN ZABINSKI 



BIOLOGY 




JOHN HECKMAN 



GERALD HODGE 



CHRISTINA HRYNIO 




CAROL CUSTIS 




RUSSELL DOUGHTY 



Carol L. Custis 

Thank you to my parents for 
helping me finish college . Trees; 
fruit flies; ecology trips; guppies; 
ginko berries ; singing ; club trips ; 
Quant, lab; A -Day; chocolate 
chip cookies; friends I've made; 
Archer pond ; finding out that 
chem majors aren't so bad after 
all ; one in particular has made 
my life so much happier . 

George Gregory Joseph Defranco , 

Wolf son; dead chickens , rab- 
bits, Montanino's smelly feet, 
mud sliding , traying at shrine , 
hall sliding , 4 time intramural 
champ team. Barber's Disco, 
Chester the Molester , Herby Jake , 
Earl Sally, Phlem Head, Work 
Hall Beach, MCAT's Ecology 
trips, 3 crazy years with best 
roommate , 2 of the greatest years 
with MVMC, thanks immensely to 
Mom & Dad, oh yeah ! 

Holly Marie Deitch 

Running, dancing, laughing I 
am a child kicking the sand , 
slashing the roaring sea . Love to 
Johnnie. Home! All the girls. 
The greenhoiise and walks. 

Gregory Dondeno 

Thanks to my parents & my sister 
for staying behind me for four 
years and getting me thru school . 
Ecology field trips, -organic lab 
— football chanips . 

Douglas Craig Genge 

Yellow Watermelon? ! ! , water 
thru the ceiling, Ken B. B-day 
present, ' 'The Room.' ' , Bio. class 
party? ! ! , Ecology field trips, 
Meg's 21st & G.D. 21st, Jr. class 
dinner dance , "Do your thing big 
man" , 12 ere. There is more to 
college than books and studying , 
it's a time of growing £ learning 
to understand fife . Through my 
friends I believe life has come to 




GEORGE DEFRANCA 




DOUGLAS GENGE 




JOSEPH KIPP 



JohnW. Heckman, Jr. 

Hotel work, ' 'J.D. ' ' , Karen, 
Dinner at seven- steaks in the 
poultry yard, lepidoptera head, 
Scott, Keith, Tyler, Christopher, 

UM Doc, right? Joe & Brian, 

Steff E Rose , this is essentially 
your basic , serratia vs . protevs , 
gagamagot, 21st at the Skyline, 
you twit, miss a wave, the fire- 
house flyers . Thanx to the old 
folks. Glyptostroboides . 

Frank Daniel Kresock , Jr . 

A warm friendly wish to m:y fel- 
low classmates for their continued 
success after graduation. Con- 
gratulations '. These last 4 years 
seemed so short but were over- 
flowing with new challenges each 
day . "ITus is a credit to the faculty 
G administration, who run one 
great college ! Finally, a special 
• 'thank you' ' to my parents , 
whose continued understanding has 
enabled m^e to come this far . 




FRANK FRESOCK 





RANDE LEIBOWITZ 



THAD MAKACHINAS 



CRAIG MALICK 




MARGARET VALNOSKI 




EDMUND IvflKOWSKI 



STANLEY RANE 




Rande Leibowitz, Jr. 

Ulman Hall 2 years , good food 6 
freedom 2 years . . . bike ride to 
school . . . many parties with 
many friends . 

Stanley G . Rane 

Thanks to Dad and Mom for all 
their help . Ya gotta have friends . 

Pauline Risser 

Freshman year- 2 summers at 
DVC Dairy ! Midterms all on the 
same day -finals, Block & Bridle 
— my A- Day animals. Jo, Linda, 
the shark, and the cat — pa- 
tience ! ! ' 'Don't break it! " Sat- 
urday classes — Ed's encourage- 
ment — Bamess Hall first — ' 'Go 
placidly amid the noise and 
haste . ' ' 

Kenneth J. Sansone 

Thanks for the help & support of 
my parents & family , who made it 
all possible , four good room- 
mates; some good friends in par- 
ticular who I won't forget; Ul- 
man's social functions; orchards 
and many good times among good 
people ; some bad times in spite of 
good people ; gourmet dining ; 
Quant . and a refresher coiu^e ; 
Mort's travels; Mort's job and at- 
tendant gravelling ; goodbye . . . 

Linda Ann Silverman 

Love G thanks to my family & 
Fran, who gave the love G support 
1 needed. The caf , counting bugs, 
vet, being bitten, Maryland, 
Beth, Bonnie, Joann, Polly, 
Drane , Caroline . Most important- 
ly X-mas in Cook, atlas cedar, 
OJ . , union grass , dinky , Aug . 1 , 
prom , volvo , a shoulder to cry 
on, rubber tree G tomorrow. 

Meg Valnoski 

Why are we here ? The water 
tower in '76' . It all started on 
Wed. nights. "Gumby" . It's 
your turn to change the tape . 
Crosswork piazzles . "Goodnight 
Sweetheart' ' . Ecology field trips. 
Thanks to all my friends for a su- 
per 21st. Thanks to Mom G Dad. 

Dennis P. Werner 

Thanks to Mom & Dad for their 
support. Thanks to DVC for giving 
me a B.S. degree; being a biol- 
ogy major had its moments , like 
phosphogluconate Pathway; inter- 
nal carotid artery, eganophyta, 
protozoa , calculus . . . Thanks to 
Chalfont Hardware Store for the 
apartment - ecology f irle trips — 
Ulman Hall Fire — cafeteria junk 
-apartment dwellers Greg, Mig- 
ger, Steve . . . 



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




FRANK CRISAFl 



FITZGERALD GITTNES 





EDMUND Clhn 




NANCY GOURLEY 





John H . Appleton 

Raul G Congolia ( ? ) , R. J. , the 
farmhoijse , "... Just leave me on 
the sofa . . . " , The Burgundy 
Beast, "Ree-Beet", DVCTTPT, 
' 'That's the most ridiculous thing 
I eva hoid' ' ! Snarf Squad ^71 . 
Thanks to Mom G Dad. My sin- 
cerest appreciation to loving G 
devoted ^sdf e , Dorothy , for her 
support, encouragement G inspira- 
tion during the last 31/2 years. 
Thank You D , we finally made 
it! 

Philip Butler 

Thanks to Mom G Dad for mak- 
ing it all possible . Special thanks 
to Lori because vdthout her these 
four yeais would have been very 
difficult, Trips to the Farmhouse 
with Tom G Shutty . Good times 

with the fellas . King Hunter , 

Think about it ! . 

Edmund Joseph Cini 

Oh, Ho You . . . ! Work HaU 
"T" 76-77. Florida Keys. Bomb 
Squad . The Doctors . Thursday 
Nights. A- Day Parties (The Big 
Bust) . Trenton State. J.J. 's Room 
October 1 ! ! Work Hall Water 
Falls . ' 'Nuckle " AU my love to 
Mom G Dad , who made the past 
four years possible, and to Mary, 
who made the last two the Hap- 
piest. 

Frank Crisafi 

Work Hall "T" , ' 'Bomb Squad 
buries Longhoms' ' , It's knuckle 
time . Away tennis matches with 
coach Marshall . And a Special 
thanks to Mom G Dad . 

Fitzgerald M. Gittens Jr. 

Many thanks to my parents , 
thank you, mother, for your sup- 
port . I have to say thanks to Mike 
and Gene for being such good 
friends . Club RAP has given me 
good tim^es at DVC . Good luck to 
Melroy G Mackrides , G a special 
thanks to Yvonne who has done so 
much for me . 

Nancy K . Gourley 

' 'Rodney' ' Conmiuting — Bar- 
ness for three weeks — Commut- 
ing again. Big Brother on Campus. 
Great teachers G good times , 
great teachers , and good friends , 
Mr, West G Mr. Simone, thanks 
for your help. Darryls understand- 
ing . Special thanks to Mom G 
Dad. 





MICHAEL HANN 




THOMAS HUNTER 



JANICE KIRK 



165 




EUGENE KITTLES 




MM 



Thomas Himter 

Thanks to Mom & Dad for mak- 
ing graduation possible . Special 
thanks to Betsy for without her , 
life G its pleasures would mean 
nothing; farmhouse with "Old 
Nel", PhilG Shutt/. 

Janice Kirk 

4 Years at the Ag School . . . 
Many good friends & good times 
. . . The Girls — Crom, Tools, 
Tish, Abdul . . . SOMA #1 . . . 
Basketball, Hockey & a great 
coach Peggy Dee . . , Love forever 
to my one & only Gary . . . Special 
love to my family — Roger, Bar- 
bara , Tommy - Especially you 
Mom & Dad. I'll never be able to 
thank you enough for everything . 

Eugene Kittles 

Memories of all the fellows that 
I've grown found of, and will miss 
dearly from club RAP. 

Michael S . Mackrides 

The Egg Men, Pins-With Mel, 
Lehigh, Snaken it and getting 
funky with the gang . But most of 
all, weekends and football. Oh 
yeah, G beating that funny looking 
coach in ping-pong. 

Thomas C . Manns 

Ski-gS-What a trip! , Farm 
House? — After accounting class, 
almiost permanent resident in 
Samuel, Hey Eggs-Ya seen my 
glasses , What about Wildwood , 
HUH ! Thanks to all my friends G 
Family for helping me when I 
needed it. Me G John, 2 doz. eggs 
G a Vi doz. cool ones in one sit- 
ting. 




RICHARD KLING 




JOHN MALONEY 



THOMAS MANNS 




JOHN PORAWSKl 




MICHAEL MACKRIDES 





R. SCOTT MELROY 



LUCAS PEREA 





Lucas Gerardo Perea 

Remember the trips to Domin- 
icks & Nats. Thanks to APO, 
Chris, Russ, Rich, Ken, what 
friends , Hi Meg ! There is never 
time to say goodbye . Dinning Hall 
crew & Snack Bar food the good & 
the bad . Thanks to all ! 




ELLEN PRESTON 



JOHN PUGLISI 




DAVID SCHOONMAKER 




RONALD SWENSON 




John "Eggs" Puglisi 

Eggs G Tater's combination. Ski 
93 . Yo Harry pass me another cool 
one ! Pine Run? Haunted Hall? 
Christmas in the "T" . Pop Mayo 
Aug. '77. Hey Tom! Want to go 
to Wildwood? Royal Inn. Thanl<s 
to Mom G Dad G all my loves . 
Thanks to my friends Tom, Boats, 
Ogar, Little John, Bush, Uebs, 
Maucker, Muscles, Snake, Tator, 
Harry , Mom G Sis G many more . 

Donald Randall Rook 

Pool Hall, Jersey, Your car or 
mine, Pizza Depot, Killin' flies, 
new tape. Muscatel, Shakin' Ed- 
die , Motorbear , Swens . Bom to be 
wild, Cruisin, You coinin up 
town, Pool Toimiament 75' , Air- 
port Inn, You got my money, 9 
ball, Hatboro, Red Car, should 
have my R?T on the road soon, 
Thanks to everybody who made it 
possible . 

Daniel L. Schoonmaker 

' 'BAB'S EGGMEN' ' , Remember 
the chicken house raid , Shiltz 
tournament , the derelicts of H- 
105, Trips to Mitchells, Work 
Hall, Dave, Ralph, Antoine, 
Chico , Smitty , Slip Mahoney , 
Jack, Mr. T, Sip, Charlie, 
McFinnie , Amy , Trip to Oswego G 
Caz. , Ant- Aggies, Fishing Trip. 
Goodbye Pence, Stan G Tasker. 

Rick A. Shutt 

Three fun filled years living in 
the penthouse — keep up the im- 
age guys — my birthday party - 
heard it was a good party — shutty 
shuffle — Hall of madness — 
Farmhouse with Butt G Hunt — 
Good times — nice darts - Student 
affairs — one keg too many — 
Penthovise Crew One -Mills G 
Wags — Penthouse Crew Two — 
Bart, Wa Wa, G Vinnie -Student 
Store — Special thanks to Mom G 
Dad , and all my love . 

Ronald K. Swenson 

Let's go drinking. Pizza depot, 
living in the Pool Hall, Busted 74 
G TJ ^ Cruisin, Beer can tab chain. 
Pool tournament '75m airport Inn, 
D. Randall, Eddie Rep, Chev 
Bill , Nights in Hatboro , My rare 
68 Mustang Convertibles , What a 
day, GTX Convertible, 428 Cobra 
Vet, thanks to all my friends for 
all the good times . 

Jack Techtmann 

Trips to Emmersons G the Cock 
N' Bull, Cardinal, Puff, Dan, 
John, Dave, Randy, Tony, Char- 
lie . Thanks to Mom G Dad , whom 
1 couldn't have been here without. 
A special thanks to Denise for 
sticking with me through the tough 
times G making them easier . 





CHRISTOPHER WOLF 



PAUL WYSOCKI 



CHEMISTRY 



Lois Brody 

Studying all night — homework 
galore — Archie's help — my 
20th birthday — partying — play- 
ing handball — cooking in New 
Dorm — skiing , 8 in a camaro — 
P . Chem . — Down on the farm — 
tromping thru the mud — life at 
DVC with Linda, Meg. G Phyllis. 
Special love and thanks to Mom G 
E)ad & to everyone who helped me 
through these incredible times at 
DVC. 

Roy J. Cohen 

The ' 'Hack List" — All those 
P . Chem . experiments that never 
worked — working with the best 
group of people in the world — 
the Brothers of A Phi O ! , G per- 
sonal proof that Bio & Chem ma - 
jots can get along - right, Car- 
ol? ? ... A special thanks to my 
parents for their support. 

Robert K. Kaercher, Jr. 

Routine ! . . . Don-Hi ! , Pee- 
wee , Jimany T , basketball at the 
shore . . , • 'the Kid G Jo Jo" ... 
Irene, Mom G Dad, thanks for 
your love G support to get me 

through the rookies G bowling 

parties — nickletites . . . Chem 
club ... Cindy, Grace, Chris, 
Barb and the good times we had 
. . . Goldman G Samuel Halls , . . . 
"Linus", "Manly Rash" ... 
Ivyland Inn . . . Brody ! Good -by G 
be cool ! 

Edward John Rebmann 

Donna, Jackie, winters of hi- 
bernation with Chemistry texts . 
Summers spent traveling , work- 
ing , and partying . After all the 
work put into these four years I 
sure hope I get something out of 
this . Special thanks to a Southern 
belle , my sister Diann , G the best 
parents in the world . If I had to do 
this all over again ... I wouldn't. 





LOIS BRODY 





EDWARD REBMANN 



DAIRY HUSBANDRY 




Cynthia Susan Duncan 

Bamess II - visits to the Farm- 
house - ' 'bitch' ' - 4:00 AM at 
the dairy - stop watch sprints - 
SOMA - judging cows - superstais 
- the flyweights - where 's my 
cow? Many thanks to all con- 
cerned in my education. Mom and 
Dad - I finally made it ! 

Christian W. Elliott 

Precious memories , how they 
linger! Ray-May, Cassel and 
Barrow, Frank and Bill, Cathy and 
Beth. Especially Deloris. PTL! 
Thanks to Mom and Dad . . . and 
Jesus. 

Jerry Fleck 

Saumel 2nd - Satiarday classes - 
Labs - Late Night Cramming - 
Trips home - Best of Luck to all 
the Gang and Friends - may you 
never get ' 'Old and Ugly' ' ! 
Thanks to my family and espe- 
cially my late Grandfather, whose 
inspiration and support made it all 
possible . 

Grant K. Gayman 

4 years in Ulman Hall , The 
Fire, U.L.C., Hooo Wheee man. 
Listen Jupiter, Migrant work for a 
Dairy Major, Picking grapes, Bas- 
ketball Champs, Judging in Wis- 
consin and driving home all night, 
4 years and no all-nighters, Sabe 
and his Vitamin pills , 3 years with 
Taranto, a giant thanks to Mom 
and Dad for making it an easier 4 
years. 




MICHAEL BRADY 




JERRY FLECK 



GRANT GAYMAN 




MARLENEHILL 



MARIAN KLOTER 



JANTE LEPKOWSKI 




CYNTHIA DINCAN 



CHRISTIAN ELLIOTT 




DOUGLAS GRAHAM 



DELORIS HEISEY 




Douglas Lyle Graham 

Spaceman - StainaDumbo - 
Graxmny. Thanks Cooke and the 
"T" (EMC) for 4 great years. In 
Memory - Grandpa Anderson; you 
taught me my love of nature . 
Thanks Eileen for helping my de- 
cision to become a Dairy Farmer ; 
my love still goes out to you. 
Thanks Mom and Dad for your 
support and prayers . "Follow the 
Spirit Like a Hawk Follows the 
Wind." 

Deloris Heisey 

Remember Penn Hall, 3 room- 
mates , Hunting down rides to go 
home . All the Dairy majors in the 
Class of '78 ! Many thanks to the 
good friends at D.V.C. Ruthann, 
Dave, Kathy, Bill, Beth, Jon, 
April, Holtz and Cash. Especially 
Chris and miy parents . Praise the 
Lord I'm through ! 

Marlene R. Hill (Maggie) 

Tunes, Plan #1 & Eye signals, 
the entire EMO gang. Dairy Sen- 
iors '77, Mena, Crom, my 
friends , damn kids , NY and 
home. Farm Home, Dr. Plummer 

- I appreciate all your help and 
advice , Lockharts , thanks muchly 
to the Snyders & Meg . I love you , 
Mom and Dad , tha:J< you for be - 
ing there whenever I need you. 

Marian Patricia Kloter 

Thanxs for the memories of 4 
AM milkings , Freezing in the 
snow. All Nighters for 'REPRC 
and the fun I had with all my 
friends . Congrads to Kimmy Lou 
for putting up with Pooh Bear 
(a/k/a Manxire Galore) . And 
thank you all for those showers , 
especially the ones with my 
clothes on ! Del Val REALLY is a 
nice place to visit afterall ! ! ! 

Janet M . Lepkowski 

Permanently stained Kopertox 
fingers and white washed coveralls 

- playing goalie for field hockey 

- "borrowing" apples, grapes 
and Biupee pumipkins - field trips 

- moo cows, A -day Dally and 
$205 Dolly - my Bucks Co . par- 
ents, sheep. The Hedges, gourmet 
food, flea markets, flowers, gar- 
dening, animals and friends. 

Donald Mellen 

Sincere thanks to Mom and Dad 
for giving me this great opportu- 
nity. ' 'It is over . . . " , ' 'Relax 
..." ' 'Lancer, want to hear some 
Kris? ' ' Good times with: Lancer - 
"Com'nMusk, Let's Go", 
' 'Time for Sleeper' ' , Farmer - 
' 'Friends to the End' ' , splashti- 
trations, Flicker the Ace Mechan- 
ic , Sucker and his horsey lips , 
Com Picker and his terrific deals , 
and Claus hunting deer and hali- 
bets . Judging cows with Doc , 
Duke, Claus, and Grant. 



DONALD MELLEN 



KEVIN MUSSER 



Kevin Joseph Musser 

God Bless and thanks to all the 
great people who helped me enjoy 
it. Coach Longhair, Shiela Nanc, 
Donna , Don EXichei , Steve , 
Frank, Dave G Kath, John & Beth, 
Praise The Lord. 

David Ray 

Jon G Paul, Chris G Bill, Elson 
Hall, 

Beth Stephens 

Thank you DVC for helping me 
grow up and I want to thank my 
Father for making it possible . And 
to Jon a hearty Hello ! But thanks 
goes most to God for ' 'doing it 
aU". 

Edward Taczanowsky 

Four man room, Also all those 
that didn't make it that year. 
Mi:iskman, Lancer, Picken Horsey 
lips. Flicker alias cheesy mess, 
Don were am 1 were do I go ? 
Lance can I borrow your notes . I 
can't read mine . Dairy 4: CX) AM 
andMilkings, Ed's., Doc, Oh 
my , Polka - Hold still you — . 
Polly . Everybody looks but not 
many people see . 

James Edward Taranto 

Hooo-Wheee man ! Listen Jupi- 
ter, Plummer, You've got me all 
wrong , The ' ' lUustrioxas Grant 
K. " Gayman' ' , Thanks to all the 
people who have inspired me , Fr . 
Joe, Dr. McCaffree, Especially 
the Menendez Family, Mino, Ed, 
Pop and Gramp , and most of all 
Mom and Dad , for without them , 
these words would never have ap- 
peared here . Thank you all . 





KATHERINEA. PAUL 



DAVID RAY 




BETH STEPHENS 



EDWARD TACZANOWSKY 



JAMES TARANTO 



EVENING DIVISION 



Ronald G . Weimar 

Attending evening school full 
time is not the recommended way 
to obtain your diplom.a . Time 
passes too quickly- for school, for 
friends , but most importantly for 
the family . I wish to thank my 
wife for giving so much of herself 
the past three years . 





PETER GOODMAN 



TERRENCE HANEY 



ERNST HAUSCHILD 





ROBERT HUTCHINSON 



CHARLES MOUAT 



RONALD WEIMAR 



FOOD INDUSTRY 




H. Carlton Adams III 

Cliche but thanks to Dad and 
Mom . Diane , Apple , RJ and the 
Segal Hall Groupies . . . Live long 
and prosper. SNARF? 

Phyllis B. Butala 

Why are we here ? Taking the 
high climb to the top of the water 
tower 1976, the great roUers- 
katers, it all started with Wednes- 
day nights , mental ward , roses 
first time in four years . Thanks 
Howard , thanks to Mom and Dad 
and to all my friends throughout 
these four years who made my stay 
a lot more enjoyable ! 

John J. Capozzi 

The Food Industry Department, 
Russo, Greenz, LaCava, Tuck, 
Mr. D. , Mr. Porter and Mr. 
Barnes , The Weight Lifting Club , 
Kevin Musser , Big Bill and Craig 
Deacon, All my friends from Nor- 
ristown, Shaun, and G.I. Joe and 
Phil from DiRenzo's, and espe- 
cially my pretty baby, Holly. 

Kenneth E. Greenberg 

Be a better boss man; go back to 
Israel; get the Lion share of busi- 
ness; studying between the per- 
iods; NNNNNNO! ! ; Hey Fes; He 
was a good man but he was an al- 
coholic ; Yo Gene ; the Fire ; 
Shame and the King of Zeppoles ; 
Hava Nagelia . Thanks to my par- 
ents, friends, brothers, and rela- 
tives whose encouragement guided 
me through these four years . 



PHYLLIS BUTALA 



JOHN CAPOZZI 





JODl DAY 



KEN>]ETH GREENBERG 




LINDA KRAUSS 



GREGORY LACAVA 



DANIEL MCELROY 




WILLIAM MICHENER 



ERICORR 




JOSEPH RUSSO 



ROBERT WISCHHUSEN 



Linda Ann Kraiiss 

Even though the four years went 
by so fast, they were filled with 
many fantastic times thanks to my 
friends for moral support, to my 
parents for all their help, to my 
sisters for the TV , and espcially to 
Freddie for everything these last 
two years. Some things you never 
forget . . . Sunday picnics, Hal- 
loween, Greaser night , Organic 
finals, mountain climbing, zep- 
pole. 

Gregory Paul Lacava 

ThanlK Mom and Dad , Work 
Hall Keg Parties , Weekends at B G 
B's, All my buddies from ' '77' ' , 
Weekends at Barber's, Excursions 
with Snell, My Roommate, Bud- 
dy, Psychologist George . Farewell 
D.V.C. 

Daniel Bernard McElroy 

Thanks to you Debra for all your 
patience . For the Bros and Sis - A 
Wiseman once told me that ' 'A 
Trick NOT tried cannot be justi- 
fied." 

William J . Michener 

It was all a piece of cake . We 
work together Jack ; End of the 
year parties at Mr. D's, Mr. F. 
Porter; Field trips. To all my 
friends and the Melmo's, Turk, 
and Danny ; the best of life and 
God bless . F . L . Rizzo and the 
Phils. Frank and Phil and Simon - 
in's, Diana and Kathy maybe 
someday. Thanks to my parents. 
Chow baby . 

Joseph J. Russo, Jr. 

Mis. Marty, ElJiel, Aunt Clara, 
H. Otte, B. Bianco, Deacon, Ivlr. 
Graver's important memors, Burn- 
ing Ken Greenberg, Auntie Em, 
Ball Park Figures, Hi Ho, WNOOO 
— , Better Boss, Capozzi's Plans, 
Sexy Mrs. Holt, Thanks to Mom, 
Dad, Tony, Grandmother and Mr. 
Sauer and Mis. Green, special 
thanks. 



HORTICULTURE 




MARKARCELLA 




Jonathan Bishop 

Samuel Hall veteran; Biilk So- 
ciety; EMO; Just another mold, 
mildew, or loaf. ' 'What's that 
book in your hand' ' ? ' ' Clauss , 
What's a lib? " Return to Zehnder 
with Arkagonium , Nematode , 
Bulk, and Grazmo. One of the un- 
known Jazz musicians t To Diane , 
with whom I have shared so much , 
G to my parents who have made 
this all possible. The vacation's 
over. 

Mark Joseph Cantarella 

Special thanks to my great par- 
ents G grandparents for making all 
this possible, G to Mary for help- 
ing me thru this place. Grazmo- 
Bulk-J.B. -Archagonium- Nema- 
tode. Bulk Society, Del Val 
Country Club . Return to Zehnder . 
Bionic eyes. Samuel Hall Veter- 
an, Loaf Society. WHAAAT? ? 
Nutrient broth . Clauss -What's a 
book? Hey, Mold. EMO. The va- 
cation has ended . . . 

Mark Clauss 

Bulk Society- Grazmo, J.B, , 
DUG-N, Arkogonium; Explode! 
Hey , play with fire you get burnt ! 
Loaf time; Old triangle tech- 
nique; Grunto's next door; Turn 
on the tube , Open your boo ! And 
Stu ! Thanks to my parents for 
making this four year vacation 
possible . 

E. John Epp Jr. 

To Mom G Dad who made this 
possible from the beginning . To 
all the memories I will keep both 
good G bad . To the many friends 
and good parties the whole way 
through. 




LINDA BARNES 




STEPHEN GANSER 






JONATHAN BISHOP 



MARK CANTARELLA 



MARK CLAUSS 




Stephen J . Ganser 

Very special thanks to Mom G 
Dad & Gayle. Ulman orphan, 
' 'Flame on Ulman' ' , Crazy 8's, 
Hooo weee Man, Colonial Lunch, 
Rock , B . U . , thanks for a good 
four years you guys , 

Sue Gorka 

Love & Thanks to Mom & Dad. 
Teddy too. Also -Love G thanks to 
the Lordie for S.D. G Pals. 

Tim Harris 

Thanks to my parents who gave 
me all the love G encouragement 
anyone could ask for. Good luck 
to my fellow Crestwood Roaches ! 




SUSAN GIRLING 



SUSAN GORKA 



^^-^^ 



^^ 









TIMOTHY HARRIS 




ROBERT KOLMUS 




Judith Rose Katz 

Lots of love & special thanks to 
Mom & Dad — Jensen Beach-Grr- 
Buzzard - Temt- Mcycle - Fuzzy - 
Fwoot-Woofie- Uncle Neil-Gold- 
man Hall ? - Lee ' s trips - Apples , 
quinces , grapes . . . Ross 
Guards ! -Alarms G Fridges & New 
chairs £ heat; Amaazing ! ! Yicky 
food-O.K. Kiddies . . . Let's 
move on out . 

Jay Kravitz 

All the really good ideas I ever 
had came to me while I was eat- 
ing an apple — "I cannot stress 
this point enough' ' — Good luck 
to all my friends and fellow veges 
from Miller B* 1 — Hanging out 
on the fire escape — Hasta ba- 
nanas . . . Love G thanks to Mom G 
Dad. 

Wenda Morgan 

I'll always remember most of 
all , the class of 76 ' . To those few 
changed my life , G filled it with 
happiness , much love G peace to 
you always . Many thanks to miy 
parents for helping me finally 
make it thru to graduation . Best 
wishes to all here at DVC . 

Tomi Murphy 

I have to admit I will miss good 
old DVC . Hobs enjoyed your ha - 
rassment really ! As for you Hig - 
gins , tell your crew over there in 
Bamess to behave . Finally its all 
over. Bobby G Miles hang in there 
G tell Herm G Halfway the same . 
Mary G Diane many wishes from 
me . Thanks Mom G Dad . 

Joseph Murray 

Thanks to my parents for their 
patience G sacrifices . 

Douglas E. Nemeth 

EMO, Bulk Society, Clepto, 
Graz, JB, G Ark . . . Out of control 
! ! ! What ? ? ? A classic . . . 
When's Friday ? ? ? What's a Flor- 
ence? A town! I'll try ! ! ! Mom 
G Dad, thank -you for everything 



Peter Northrop 

Rudy's Bomb Droper- ' 'hey 
Matt , large pepperoni ' ' ? WAPO 
— Agronomy Club — "Do you 
have a few words for us Mr. Presi- 
dent' ' ? Ulmans orphans — 
11/20/76. Thanks to Mr. G Mrs. 
B. for their help G advice. Special 
Thanks to my Mom G Dad for all 
their help G Sacrifice over the 
years — God bless you both. 
12/29/76 — Terry you helped me 
more than you'll know. 




JUDITH KATZ 




JAY KRAVITZ 




WENDA MORGAN 



THOMAS MURPHY 




DOUGLAS NEMETH 







1 








JOSEPH MURRAY 



Robert Glen Rence 

New faces G old times ; Hort 
Club 74 G 75; the Hort Boys Class 
of '76; ' 'life on the farm' ' for 2 
years; all the profs -good G bad; 
long walks G long talks ; 7 hour car 
trips; Fla. '77 to my parents for 
making it possible, my Grandpar- 
ents , and to Judy for helping me 
enjoy it — A Special Thanks . 

Richard Rhodes 

Kck up basketball games in the 
gym , the bad memory of working 
on Al Happ's work study crew, 
Marketing, Hort. Products, Field 
trips — The ride to G from not the 
place itself , Gold Kist , Going 
home every weekend, making G 
destroying my insect collection. 
Dr. Zehnder's vegetable courses, 
G Dr. Vincent's fruit courses, 
Graduation Day . 

David Schoonmaker 

Cruising with Ralph, Vermont, 
the Zoo Bromberg , Tennessee , 
Florida , Stover , Chasing insects , 
the Maverick G the sunbirds . . . 
H- 105 with the AntLAggies . . . 
Babs is the greatest . . . John , 
Jack, Matt, Tony, Don G the oth- 
er good old boys , To DVC , thanks 
for nothing special . Special thanks 
to Mom G Dad. The best last, Ja- 
net, my brown eyed Swede. 

Tim W. Sell 

Freshmen year in Cooke with the 
hookers . Good times in Samuel 
junior G senior year. A great sum- 
mer of T7 at DVC , To all the 
friends 1 made last smnmer good 
luck in the future . Field trips . 
Hort. profs. Bulk Society. Work in 
orchard , hope its been appreciat- 
ed . Thanks to Mom G Dad , who 
made it possible . 




ROBERT RENCE 



Ralph Van Riper 

H-105 cruising with Dave Sto- 
ver , Vermont , Tenn . , Fishing , 
the chicken house , Babs , All the 
boys. Return to Zehnder's class? 
The good old Maverick G the 
birds . Special thanks to Barb G 
Mom G Dad . 

Tony White 

' 'Bab's Eggmen G the Shiltz 
Tourney' ' Remember H-105G the 
fearsome foursome , Ulman 206 , 
Mitchell's, Ralph Stover G a 
' 'good time ' ' . Thanks to Mom G 
Dad for their unending help G 
' 'chief ' for her inspiration G 
friendship . 




RICHARD RHODES 




DANIEL SCHOONMAKER 




RALPH VAN RIPER 




ANTHONY WHITE 



ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 



Denise Baun 

Freshman parties in Work Hall , 
Thius. night - Girl's night, Goal 
Diggers and Melmos (#1), Bamess 
II parties. To all the other Mel- 
mos - ' 'Pardon, don't walk 
much. ' ' To Liane , thanks for 
putting up with my No -Smoking 
and Chicago . Especially to Dave 
- who made my years at DVC the 
most beautiful years in my life . 
The future is ours to live for . 

Mark Steven Beach 

Four memorable years - gone by 
too quickly. Great times in Gold- 
man 1st and especially 2nd . Fan- 
tastic people like Ray , Rich , Jon , 
Keith, Don, Brian, Mike, Frank. 
A-Day' ' 75- 76 - up all night. 
Thanks Rich for all the help, xm- 
derstanding, and great friendship. 
Mellow wine parties and fun 
times. Thanks to a great family. 

Bradford W. Bowman, Jr. 

Thanks to everyone , parents , 
family and friends whose support 
and help got me through these past 
four years . 



Michael Alan Bruce 

Brandywine; "You're a trans- 
fer, too? ' ' ; on-campus/off cam- 
pus; "Upstairs, Downstairs;" To 
my twin sister (Re: Diane Prim- 
rose in this same issue) , Good 
Luck! Rusty, Steve, Tracy, Ka- 
ren (Many thanks for the cheese- 
cake, 1111); Mom & Dad, thanks; 
'The Russians are coming . . . ' 

Vincenzo Butera 

Elson, Goldman 1st, ' 'Hey 
Load' ' , ' 'Let's Get Small' ' , 
R.A. , "I just got in" , Keg, 
Door on Fire , " OH BABY ! ' ' Cath 
me Games, ' 'We were crazy 
guys". Homer, Johnson, Schultz, 
Skoien , Jennings , New York , 
Hirt, Jacubczyk, Kozak, SchroU, 
McCarter, Butner, Words are not 
enough to thank my parents, fam- 
ily , friends , and Carolyn for all 
the help, understanding and love 
they have given me. P.S. It's 
been a good vacation. 



ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE 

MAJORS CCl/iSSES OF 'n, 71 '20): 

HERE ARE YOUR mz-r? 
/^CHDEM/C riI>V/SOJ?S: 

6F YOOR name "DOES NOT APPE>^f^ OU 
/^NY OF THESE LISTS, SEE ME) 




DENISE BAUN 



MARK BEACH 




BRADFORD BOWMAN 



MICHAEL BRUCE 




DAVID B. ANDERSON 



LINDA BARTU 




Doima K. Campbell 

Okay - Let's make some 
bucks ! ! Gobs and Gobs - Astro- 
nomical - Thanks Mom and Dad - 
Segal Hall and the beautiful 

Ginkgo trees ! Kevin - 

Hurry up November 4th ! 

Judy Carkhuff 

Acorn, Amy, Williamsburg, 
Hewitt, Bean, Betsy, Weez, 
Swan, Heimo, My 21st Birthday, 
The Crew on Cooke 2nd , Thanks 
go to Jon for his love , Marion - 
For always being there , To Don & 
Lorie G the rest of my family for 
their support. But above all - 
thanks to my parents - two beau- 
tiful people - who miade this all 
possible . I Love You . 




RAYMOND BRYSON 



VINCENZO BUTERA 



DONNA CAMPBELL 



Patricia Ellen Coughlin 

If it weren't for all the Rampant 
Ladies, especially Gorka G Bon- 
pau , I may not have ever made 
it . To all the Rampant Ladies past 
and to come , I wish you good 
luck. 

Rick Dein 

Veteran of Ulman 3rd , Confla - 
gration! , Burpee Pumpkin Patch 
and a Trunk Full of Apples . 

Robert K. Dobbs, Jr. 

• 'Gobs and Gobs' ' , ' 'lOX'S Ex- 
hobitant' • , ' 'Get the Bucks' ' , 
NEC Convention, B-1 Miller, 
Goldman, Segal Hall Friends, 
Friendships were formed , kindled 
and warmed. By kindly acts and 
deeds, sincere thanks to my fam- 
ily and friends . 

Stewart F . Doddy 

Time and Motion Studies , Long 
Wood Gardens, A- Day, NBI 

Kathleen Mary Faherty 

Special thanks to Mom G Dad for 
all the love G support - Bamess II 

- SOMA - Tish, Crom, Dunks, 
Mena, Kirker, Bie, Abdul, Otte, 
Pam, Joyce, Looney, Tunes, Pat 

- U . II Boys - and to the best thing 
DVC gave me, Jeff, thanks for all 
the love G joy you brought me . 
Good friends must not always be 
together. It is the feeling of one- 
ness when distant that proves a 
lasting friendship . Tools . 

Marion Fulton 

Separate the naolasses twins? 
They still can't tell time ! To the 
RAW women of Cooke II , Florida 
at Jod's, The Egg, G Root Cellar 
Madness. The pink. , HATTERAS 
... 3 years with P . and our extra - 
curricular interests . Special thanks 
to EMF G HDF for their love and 
support, U.J. for his patience, in 
spite of the couch . To all the 
good friends , Love and Thanks 



George Futterktiecht 

One more Thursday Night ; To 
John, Warren, Mark, and the rest. 
For making Ulman Liveable ; We 
were caught in the cross fire of 
music and good times , usually 
easy , sometimes hard , we were 
mining our lives from truth to de - 
lusions , but in the end it made us 
that much better; Special thanks 
to Mom and Dad who made it all 
possible . 




JUDYCARKHUFF 



PATRICL\ COUGHLIN 




STEWART DODDY 



JONATHAN DOLCH 




MARION FULTON 



GEORGE FUTTERKNECHT 




RICHARD DEIN 



DEBRA DEMARCO 



BOBDOBBS 




KATHLEEN FAHERTY 



RICHARD FLYNN 



JUDSON FORTNER 





Daniel F . Gillin 

Thank you God for helping me 
achieve this goal in my life — 
Thank you Mom and Dad for 
making college a reality. 

Kenneth R . Goebel 

Puinea Gigs all 30; Sleep ? ? ? ; 
Hasenpfeffer; UPS, Sherwin-Wil- 
liams, FAD; Pinochle; 5 -day 
WAPO; weep-weep; thanks to my 
friends, thanks to my wheels, Ka- 
ren , Mom & Dad . 

Richard B. Gold 

1 would personally like to thank 
3 out of my 4 roomates for without 
you it could have been possible ! 

To AJG G HGG for the two dec- 
ades of love, guidance and mon- 
ey. 

' 'What goes around come 
around' ' 

Michael J. Gyumolcs 

Special thanks to the best par- 
ents & A.M. who made it all pos- 
sible and to the administration 
who miade it abnost impossible 
... Go ahead Ivlr. Blood, Sister 
Shim and Cheryl who helped me 
hang in there . . . Wolfsohn Hall 
(Feb. 28), Goldman 204, "The 
Bag' ' , My Bro. , Nancy, Karen, 
Andrea . . . ' 'Lake Nelson' ' . . . 
' 'Harley-Davidson' ' ... 173 N. 
Main . . . ' 'It's Been Real' ' 

Clyde R. Hirt 

Elson Hall - Goldman 1 , Did 
you eat yet? No, did you? An- 
other new beer can , O.H. Club, 
floats, A-Day, Many good friends 
and good memories , Special 
thanks to Mom , Dad and Cindy 
who made it all possible . 

Thomas Sebastian Jakubcryk 

To the most talented people 
ever assembled in one area . The 
MGM of dorms, Goldman First. 
The stars are the people who 
taught me what friendship can 
really be like . Shine on Pete , 
Ray, Nancy, Clyde, Larry & Lori, 
KU, Bob, Steve G Gwen. 

Marie Janson 

I enjoyed the pretty campus and 
friendly warm people that roamed 
the campus . I wish to thank the 
taxpayers and the state for supply- 
ing the money to put me through . 
Also , thank you Mom , Dad , and 
Ed for encouraging me . 




DANIEL GILLEN 



KENNETH GOEBEL 




MICHAEL GYUMOLCS 



CLYDE HIRT 




PETER JENNINGS 



GREGORY JOHNSON 




RICHARD GOLD 




THOMAS JAKUBCZYK 



MARIE JANSON 





Peter G . Jennings 

Goldman 1st, Tom, Bob, Larry, 
Pete Z. and Sue the people I will 
never forget , you all have my 
fondest wish for a very successful 
and happy future . Most of all To 
Clyde , the best future . 

Greg Johnson 

Cooke 1st, Freshman Year, 
Goldman 1st - three years jee- 
pin' , Whip's wedding, Tom, 
Pete, Butner, Jakubczyk, Pete, 
Clyde, Schultz, Skeoin, Pud, 
Walt. Who's a dirt sack? Weasel? 
Hey Lou ! What burnt Door? No 
genetics quiz on the first day of 
deer ! Tioga - turkey htmtin ! . For 
sale - college - Will bum to suit ! 
Just who in the hell is a hoot owl? 
Thank's to everyone - Hey Loads, 
We made it ! ! 

Nicholas Jubok , Jr . 

Special thanks to my Parents 
who made this all possible . Also 
to all my friends, especially the 
ones , in New Dorm , who made 
my time at Del Val so much more 
' 'interesting' ' . I'll never forget 
Del Val, the Farm House , The 
New Britain Inn , The Hub , Gino ' s 
Burger King, Friendly's, Ed's, and 
they guys at Goldma.n. My great- 
est memory, GRADUATION ! 

Rustin Daniel Kerstetter 

Worked like a nut ! And was on 
the go all the time . 



NICHOLAS JUBOK 



RUSTIN KERSTETTER 



Vincent A. Naylor, Jr. 

To Og, Maiikemut, Koboto, 
Spaceman, and the survivor of 
EMO to continue G Dave All the 
Best ! , Dave , a real friend . Spe - 
cial thanks to my parents, grand- 
mother and brother for all their 
support. Also thanks to Tricia. 
Especially to your extraordinary 
understanding and faith in me . 
Something 1 value dearly. Tricia, 
our love is beauty and eternal. 

Sherry Peechttka 

Peace and happiness always to 
all my friends at Del Val , esp . 
Cindy, Karen, Karen, Polly and 
the 3 M's ... thank you to my 
loving parents who made it all 
possible ... to the one I love - 
Joe . . . and thank you God for ev- 
erything you have given us all . 

David B. Perry 

Goldman - Memories of friends , 
roommates and rooms . To my 
good friends: B.B. , H.D. , G.S. , 
5ianks for many things , but most 
of all for being good friends. 
Whacker! Popcorn, Beer, Pizza, 
Coffee ! Bamess . Its unbeliev- 
able ! Denise , thank you . . . To 
all members of my family : Thank 
you for all your support and en- 
couragment throughout DVC . 
' 'Winners never quit, quitters 
never win. ' ' 




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KATHLEEN LAZGIN 



KAREN LEVY 




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RICHARD MILLER 



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Brian Q . Ruggieri 

Thanks to the Daltons . Without 
you I never would have made it. 
Rookies, Nicklelites, Wolfgang, 
Babs , EMO , haunted hall , shore 
'76, surprise parties, Sue's wed- 
ding, shore league. Great friends 

— Archie, Jim, Steve, Tom, Pat- 
ty, Vinnie. The Brady's - thanks 

— Pricess, Face - The Kid is in 
live - Thanks Joanne , youre 
beautiful . You are the one woman 
I've always dreamed of. ' 'ROU- 
TINE 22" 

Michael Russo 

Friends make everything worth- 
while , I ' 11 never forget them . 
Don't forget life in tihe library. 
' 'stat's man' ' , ' 'nice head' ' , 
fish, February 18th at Ralph Sto- 
ver, the switchboard. Miller bal- 
cony and the dance studio . Messed 
up transcripts, that one credit, the 
Pocono's, "Nancy" and "Al- 
bert' ' Thanks Mom and Dad for 
caring , thanks for soccer and that 
flower on the sidelines . Thanks 
Trish! 

Robert G. Schultz 

1st G . S . on the right — EDTA 

— Stridulation in the Nation — 
General McNarther's Commando 
Raids at Dawn — Intergallactic 
Stellular Choir -- BBGVP — Nor- 
tons personified ! — THIRSTY? ! 

— Lets Get Small ! — My 21st ! 

— (K.C. ! ) — Cosmic Space 
Monkies — Bawanga River Farms 

— Gary Gigliano , Eric , jnd 
Leonard Pinth Gamel — and now 
for once I'll be quite serious . . . 
thanks to all my dear friends . . 
back in Guam ! 1 ' 11 miss you all ! 

Stephen Scott 

I cannot become what I must 
be . If I don't first turn my back on 
me. Thanks to Doreen and Julie 
for giving me somewhere to turn . 
Also , thanks Mom , Dad , and 
Scotti I for your help . 



STEPHAN MILLER 



Karen L. Klein 

Here ' s to four years of good 
friendships — Sue, John, Sherry, 
Karin — and the chance to know 
so many good people . Many 
thanks go to my parents for their 
love G help, G for Stan, my love 
always . 

Kathleen Lazgin 

Dinner at the Cock & Bull, 
Skating C traying at Archer, wine 
G water fights. New Dorm 112, 
Big Fig , crazy parties G other 
fond memories . I give my thanks 
G love to my friends who made the 
past two years so fantastic . I will 
never forget any of you . Special _ 
thanks to my parents , who made it 
all possible . 

Stephen]. Makrancy 

Bahamas in Oct. '77, Election 
Day March 30, 1976, Merc, Mil, 
Ron, Mil-Mak-Merc, All 10, OCX) 
meetings while President, Hal- 
loween G Christmas in Samuel , 
Roots with Lou, Talks with Re- 
treat '77, O.H. noat '76, Blimp, 
My Campaign G Presidency, 
Thanks to all who helped G worked 
with G on Student Gov. , Thanks to 
a wonderful family . 

Chris McCarron 

Flame on with Ulman, Six 
months or sudden death, you guys 
in Ulman, Kick that Harley , It'll 
start, Special thanks to Mildred G 
Eugene, E.G., Jeff, Jan, Mike, 
Custer, Alan Goodheart (Resident 
Earthwright) , Karen, Glen, Hey 
Fes, Bubba G all the other Grade A 
people I've come to know even 
Woody G Beetle, I hope you all 
have a great rest your lives. 

Timothy G . Maauk 

VEB ' S , Pop Mayo , Grammy , 
Ogar, Little J. , Eggs, Tator, 
Boats, Cartel, Tyz, Maggie, 
Crazy Krug , Muscles , Scotty , 
Softball 77, Volleyball 78, Farm- 
house, Franny, Dale, Jeff, Tiger 
Teaser, Jeff B, Bradley B, Samuel 
T. , Dack Fights, HaU slides, 
Bobby T . , Cockey Sophomore , 
Vinnie, Annual Pig R. , Bush Hog, 
B. G B. , Samuels X-mas G Hal- 
loween, Bibb. , Mena, Tom M. , 
Yuengling with Paul, EMO, Spe- 
cial thanks to Mom, Dad G family 
who got me thru it all ! ! 

Stephen K. Miller 

Alias Mildew, Mylar, Milli- 
pede, Blimp etc. , rockin' Ray, 
Mike, Steve, Ron (sometimes 
" Y" ) , Surface ! Fleetwood Mac 
howl, great Linda Ronstadt con- 
cert, Regency Woods Apt. A-15, 
Good luck to everyone in the fu- 
ture G thanks for an unforgettable 
4 years. A special thanks to Mom 
G Dad for making it all possible . 





VINCENT NAYLOR 



LOIS GOLD O'BRIEN 




DIANE PRIMROSE 



H. MARK ROHSLER 




ROBERT SCHULTZ 



STEPHEN SCOTT 




JAMIE SHARP 




Stephen R . Skoien 

ligineering to O.H. - Yes! A 
semester of confusion while off - 
Ulman 3rd late nights - fire for a 
new spirit - Chiquita bananas , 
gorillas, Chinese dragons - hap- 
piness is . . . Charlie Brown - 
closet liberals and auditorim con- 
servaties - Frankie ' s Follies - 
monochromatic Bob - Stephan - 
Mike 100% ? - Mother Cabrini - 
Swami Tomi - The Fascinating 
Keiffer - wings of flight to 
griends - love to Mom and Dad . 

Anne M. Smith 

A world to be bom under your 
footsteps ... St. John Perse Best of 
luck to all . 

Ronald W. Smith, Jr. 

Mil , Merc , Mak , Ulman II , 
Flame On with Ulman , Thanks 
Mike B. for putting up with me , 
Roots, Lou, Mr. Beener, Apt A- 
15 Late Nights, Thanks to Bud & 
Irene , Special thanks to mom and 
dad, Sue G Chris. Also something 
special to Andy . 

Beverly A . Tichy 

Special thanks and love to Mom 
and Dad for their support and pa- 
tience. To Tools, Duncan, Crom, 
Mena and all the friends I've 
made at Del Val , the best wishes 
for happiness in life . To Kathy G 
Jeff, much love to two of my fa- 
vorite people. 

' 'For what is your friend that 
you should seek him with hours to 
kill? Seek him always with hours 
to live . In the sweetness of 
friendship let there be laughter, 
and sharing of pleasures . ' ' Gibran 

Brian J. Weibley 

' 'Beer and Kzza Parties' ' ' ' Agi 
Man' ' ' 'Freds late hours' ' and 
' 'Other great times' ' And m.any 
many thanks to Mom & Dad . 

Richard Wojcik , 

Greaser Dances G Halloween 
mixers. A- Day. Segal Hall and 
all of its livliness . 




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ANNE SMITH 




ROBERT THOMPSON 



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THOMAS SNELL 



DONALD STAMM 




CHERYL ZOLLER 



GRADUATION 




SENIOR DIRECTORY 



ADAMS, H. CARLTON 
308 Park Road 
Ambler, Pa. 19002 

Tenrasteam, WAPO, Ski club, work- 
shop theatre , Food Industry club , class 
treas. soph. , SNARF Squad 

ANDERSON, DAVID B. 
161 Walton Dr. 
Momsville, Pa. 19067 

ANTOS, MATTHEW 
913 Fern Ave. 
Reading, Pa. 19607 

ARCELLA, MARK R. 
41 Fairview Ave - 
Closter, N.J. 07624 

AUKETT, WARREN W. 
26 Marigold Circle 
Levittown, Pa. 19054 

IM Volleyball 

APPIETON, JOHNH. 
Oak Terrace Apts. A-7 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

Business Club 1,2,3,4; v. p. 3, pres. 
4; WAPO 2,3,4, Bus. Mngr. 3,4; 
Alpha Phi Omega 4; Drama Club 3; 
Ram, staff cartoonist 3,4; IM soccer 
£ Softball; A-Day comm. 3,4; mix- 
ere 4; 

BAILEY, LIANEF. 
1698 Fulling MiU 
Langhome, Pa. 19047 

Student govt. rep. 3,4; DTA treas.; 
Chorus 2; BGB 1; Equine 1; IM's. 

BANNON, JASON 
12StoneyHillRd. 
New Hope, Pa. 18978 

BARNES, LINDA 
R.D. #1 
W. Sand Lake, N.Y. 12196 

BARTO, LINDA 

1740 County Line Rd. 
Huntingdon VaDey, Pa. 18869 

BAUN, DENISE 
980 Maple Dr. 
Southampton, Pa. 18966 

O.H. Soc; F.T.D.; Chorus; DTA 



BEACH, MARKS. 
20S Lamington Rd . 
Somerville, N.J. 08876 

O.H. Soc. 1,2,3,4; Apiary 1,2,3,4; 
A-Day comm. 3; Flower Show Chrmn 



BENNINGHOFF, ROY G. 
215 Summer Ave . 
Horsham, Pa. 19044 

BELKE, JEFFR. 
R.D. #1 
Newtown, Pa. 18940 

BISHOP, JONB. 
191 Long Hill Rd. 
Guilford, Conn. 06437 

IM Softball 4; Track 3,4; 

BITNER, DARREIL 
Apt. J- 2 Regency Woods 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

BORGARD, CHERYL 
180EB, R.D. #1 
Lambertville , N.J. 08530 



B G B; Ski club; Equine; IM's. 

BOWEN, JOHN 

3610 Woodhaven Rd. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19154 

BOWERS, BRUCE 
SOW. State St. 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

BOWMAN, BRADFORD 
R.D. #3 - Box 321 
KennettSq., Pa. 19348 

Wrestling 2 yrs. 

BRADY, MICHAEL 
R.D. #1 
Willow Street, Pa. 17584 

BRODY, LOIS 

8326 Tulpehocken Ave . 
Elkins Park, Pa. 19107 

Chem Club 2,3,4; Bowling 2; 



BRUCE, MICHAEL 
8 Meadowcroft Road 
Radnor, Pa. 19087 

BRYSON, RAYMOND 
16 Harding Rd. 
W. Caldwell, N.J. 07006 

BUT ALA, PHYLLIS 
775 Chamberlain Ave . 
Perth Amboy, N.J. 08861 

A.I.B.S. 2yis; FI club; treas 4; RA 
2 yrs; Sr. trip comm. 

BUTERA, VINCENZO 
2260 S. George St. 
York, Pa. 17403 

Class pres. 1,2,3,4; Stud. Govt 
1,2,3,4; DTA, pres. 3,4; O.H. Soc. 
1,2,3,4; FTD1,2,3,4; 

BUTLER, PHILIP 
1200 Butler Lane 
Perkasie, Pa. 18944 

Basketball 1,2,3,4 capt; Baseball 
1,2,3,4 capt; Varsity club; RA. 

BYRNE, LISA 
8320 Rodney St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19150 

CAMPBELL, DAVID 
5 Jefferson St. 
Lambertville, N.J. 08530 

CAMPBELL, DONNA 
2124 SchultE Road 
Lansdale, Pa. 19446 

FTD: O.H. Soc; 

CANTARELLA, MARK 
101 W. Center Ave . 
Maple Shade, N.J. 08052 

Weightlifting club 1,2; A-Day rep. 
1; Bowling league champs 3; IM soft- 
baU 1,2,4; IM volleyball 2; 

CAPOZZI, JOHN 
1713 N. Hills Dr. 
Norristown, Pa. 19401 



FI club; Weightlifting club 



bookston 
pres. 

CARKHUFF, JUDY 
Box 677 
Franklin Par, N.J. 08823 

Class treas. 3,4; DTA 3,4; O.H. 
Soc. 1,2,3,4; 



CASSELL, DAWN 
Virginia House Apts. E-4 
Fairless Hills, Pa. 19030 

CHIESA, JOHN 
Rt. 179 
Ringoes, N.J. 08551 

CHOPER, MARK 
69 Hazelwood Ave . 
Metuchen, N.J. 08840 

CINI , EDMUND 
734 Hedgerow Dr. 
Broomall, Pa. 19008 

Football 1,2,3,4; 

CIRIELLO, ANITA 
809 Hudson St. 
Hoboken, N.J. 07030 

CLAPP, DAN 
Pine Road G Kings Oak Lane . 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19115 

CLAUSS, MARK 
Fenimore Road 
Medford, N.J. 08055 

Track 1,2,3,4; IM Football 1,2,3; 
IMBsktball, 3,4; IM softball 3,4; 
Weightlifting club 1 , 2 ; '77 bowling 

champs . 

COHEN, ROY J. 
154 Lenape Drive 
New Britain, Pa 18901 

APO 1,2G3 sec. 4 treas; Chem club 
l,2,3,4pres; A-Day rep. 2. 

COMSTOCK, CHARLES 
Dublin Village Apts. H-4 
Dublin, Pa. 18917 

Football 1,2; IM bskt baU 1,2,3,4; 
IM football 4 ; IM Softball 1,2,3,4. 

CONNELL, JOHN 
649 Colebrook Rd. 
Phila., Pa. 19115 

CORRAO, MARY' 
153 DeMott Ave . 
Clifton, N.J. 07011 

Dairy Soc. 1,2; A-Day Sec/Treas 2; 
BGB 3,4; Chorale 1,2,3; Cheer- 
leader 2,3,4 co-capt. 

COSTELLO, VINCENT 
128 E. Broad St. 
BurUngton, N.J. 08016 

COUGHLIN, PATRICIA 
633 WilUams Rd . 
Nazareth, Pa. 18064 

Phila. Flower Show; O.H. Soc; Ski 
Club; Rampant Ladies 4; 00 Tea 
Club. 

CRISAFI, FRANK 
405 Thompson Ave . 
E. Haven, Conn. 06512 

Tennis; Basktball; Softball. 

CROMWELL, SUSAN E. 
1334 Hi -View Dr. 
Southampton, Pa. 18966 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; 
Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; Dairy Soc. 
3,4; IM's 1,2,3,4; 

CROWSHAW, JERRY 
Jones MiU Rd. 
Wrightstown, N.J. 08S62 

BGB 2,3,4; ICC rep. 4; Mrs. Mar- 
tin's Tours ! 




CRUSH, MICHAEL 
2466 S. Law St. 
Allentown, Pa. 18103 

Bowling, Softball. 

CUCINOTTI, STEVEN 
9949 Hardy Rd . 
Phila., Pa. 19115 

CUSTIS, CAROL 
Box 86 Colonial Park 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

Chorus; A.I.B.S. G treas.; 'Trial by 
Jury'; recorder group . 

DeFRANCA, GEORGE JR. 
6 Judy Road 
Succasumma, N.J. 07876 

Track 1,2,3,4; A.I.B.S. 2,3,4; 
Archery Club V. p. 1,2 



DEIN, RICHARD 
R.D. #1 
Hawley, Pa. 18428 

O.H. Soc. 

DEITHC, HOLLY 
Uncle Pete's Road 
Trenton, N.J. 08691 



A.I.B.S.; Varsity Club ; Hockey 
capt. ; Basketball, softball and IM 

DeMARCO, DEBRA 
333 Upland Way 
DrexelHill, Pa. 19026 

DETRICK, KEITH M. 
861 Scott Street 
Stroudsburg, Pa. 18360 

Wrestling 3 yis; T.R.A. 2 yrs. B G I 
IM Softball; Varsity Club. 

DeWlTT, ROBERT 
Windy Hill Farm 
Newton, Pa. 18940 

DiGENOVA, DANIEL 
32 Ranoldo Terrace 
Cherry Hill, N.J. 08002 

DIM?vILER, JEAN 
P.O. Box 213 
Wycombe, Pa. 18980 

Ram; Gleaner; YrBk; Apiary 2, 3- 
sec. , 4 v.p. ; B G B, DTA, A-Day 
2,3,4; animal showing. 

DOBBS, ROBERT K. JR. 
711 White Horse Road 
Voorhees, N.J. 08043 



Stud. Govt. Rep. 3,4; O. H. Society 
Society 2,3,4; F.T.D, 2,3,4; Ski 
Club 2; PHILADELPHIA FLOWER 
SHOW 

DODDY, STEWART F. 
R.D. 1 
Bloomsburg, N.J. 08804 



DONDERO, GREG 
324 Rexland Drive 
Boonton, N.J. 07005 

AIBS: IM's; Scuba Club. 

EK)UGHTY, RUSSELL 
Box 34 Unami Trail 
Chalfont, Pa. 18914 

DROPP, RITA 
R.D. 1, Box 19 
Susquehanna, Pa. 18847 



Agron , Club 3 , 4 yrs ; Coires . Sec . ; 
Apiary Society 3,4; Soil Judging 3,4. 

DUNCAN, CYNTHIA S. 
401 Siuraner Drive 
Schererville , IN 4637S 

Dairy Society 2,3,4; Dairy Judging 
Team 4; Field Hockey 3,4; IM's. ; 
A-Day Rep. -4, 

ELLIOTT, CHRISTIAN W. 
Old Home Farm, R.D. 1 
Pottstown, Pa. 19464 

Christian Fellowship 1,2,3,4; Chorale 
1,2,3,4; Dairy Society 1,2,3,4; FFA 
2,3; Stud Gov't 1,2. 

ELSER, ANDREW 
Box 611 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

EPP, JOHNE. JR. 
16 Spring Hollow Rd . 
Radnor, Pa. 19017 

IM Volleyball; Frisbee Club. 

EVANS, GERALD 
47 Lynwood Rd . 
Lansdale, Pa. 19446 

Ski Club sec. /treas. 3 yis; B &B 2 
yrs. 

FAHERTY, KATHLEEN 
2164 Pennington Rd. 
Trenton, N.J. 08638 

O.H. Soc. 1,2; F.T.D. 3,4; Field 
Hockey 1,2,3,4; Varsity club 
1,2,3,4; IM's 2,3,4; Dairy Soc. 
3,4; D.T.A. 3,4; 



FALES , WILLIAM 
660 Old Allamuchy Road 
Hackettstown, N.J. 07840 

Vara, track 3,4; FIA 4; Stud. Govt 
rep. 4; 

FECIK, STEPHEN 
5137 Arbor St. 
Phila., Pa. 19120 

B G B. ; tours for Mrs. Martin. 

FEHR, CHAFLLES 
104 Edgemont Ave . 
Landsdale, Pa. 19446 

FENNELL, LaFARAE 
5911 Summer St. 
Phila., Pa. 19139 i 



FLECK, JERRY 
R.D. #3 
Milford, N.J. 08848 



FLYNN, RICHARD 
R.D. #1 Box 490 
Ermnaus, Pa. 18049 

FORTNER, JUDSON 
1321 Clearview Dr. 
Jamison, Pa. 18929 

FOY, ELIZABETH 
3S0S Orchard Rd. 
Huntingdfci Valley, Pa. 19006 

Field hockey 1,2,3; Tennis 1; Varsit 
club 1,2,3; B. EB4; 

FRANK, KAREN 
161 Washington Dr. 
Watchung, N.J. 07060 

B G B 3,4; 4-H club sec; Sigma Soc. 
A-Day judging '77. 



FULTON, MARION 
2708 Newport Gap Pike 
Wilmington, Del. 19808 

OH Soc. 1,2,3,4; Stud. Govt, rep 3, 
vp 4; ICC pres. 4; A-Day flower 
show 3, co-chrmn. 4; DTA3,4; 

FUTTERKNECHT , GEORGE 
97 Woods Ave . 
Bergenfield, N.J. 07621 

Ski club; IM soccer, volleyball G 
Softball ; 

GANSER, STEPHEN 
138 N. Jasper St. 
AUentown, Pa. 18103 

IM's; Hort Soc; DTA. 

GARDNER, RICHARD 
Box289 AsburyR.D. #2 
Asbury, N.J. 08802 

BGB 1,2,3,4; FFA 2,3; Weighdift- 
ing club 1,2; IM football 1 , 2 , 3 ; IM 
volleyball 1,2,3; 

GARRO, JOE 
468 Southcroft Rd. 
Springfield, Pa. 19064 

GAYMAN, GRANT 
Rt. 2 
Waynesboro, Pa. 17268 

Dairy Soc 2,3,4; Co-ed Annual 3,4; 
Track 1,2; Cross country 2; DTA 
3,4; Dairy judging team; IM basket- 
ball champs 2 . 

GENGE, DOUGLAS 
1583 Persljing Place 
S. Plainfield, N.J. 07080 

IM football 1,3,4; Football 2; IM 
handball 1 ; IM basketball 3 ; Bowling 
3; 

GILLEN, DANIEL 
4801 Redd Rambler Dr. 
Phila, Pa. 19115 

A. P.O. : OH Soc. ; Tropical Fish. 

GITTENS, FITZGERALD 
87 W. 6th St. 
Phila., Pa. 19135 

Football 1,2,3,4 capt. ; Track 1; 
Club RAP pres. 4; Bus. club. 

GLASSFORD, SCOTT 
37638 Lancaster Ave . 
Livonia, Mich. 48154 

A-Day individual exhibitor. 

GOLD, RICHARD 
1214Yardley Rd. 
Morrisville, Pa. 19067 

tour guide; A-Day grand champion 
flower show . 

GOEBEL, KENNETH 
23840 Alberton Rd. 
Euclid, Ohio 44123 

GORKA, SUE 
639 Carlock Ave . 
Perth Amboy, N.J. 08861 

GOODMAN, PETER 
3534 Longview Lane R.D. 2 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

GOUFU.EY, NANCY 
60 Hamilton Dr. 
Warminster, -Pa. 18974 

Ski club 2,3; Business Club 3. 

GRADEL, FRANCIS 
90 Clearview Ave . 
Huntingdon Valley, P. A. 19006 



GR-AHAM, DOUGLAS 
1407 N. Spring Dr. 
Glenshaw, Pa. 1S116 



GREENBERG, KENNETH 
600 E. Durham St. 
Phila., Pa. 19119 

Fl Club 2,3,4; vp 4j ICC 4; IM vol- 
leyball 2; IM Softball 3,4. 

GUIDICIPIETRO, MICHAEL 
Dark Hollow Apts. 
Pipersville, Pa. 18947 

GUNDZIK, JOHN 
316 E. Rockland St. 
Phila, Pa. 19120 

Agron. Club; Apiray; IVC Fellow- 
ship; Ski club; Eco-Ag Soc; Soil 
Judging team . 

GYUMOLCS, MICHAEL 
173 N. Main St. 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

HANEY, TERRANCE G. 
79 Elbow Lane 
Lansdale, Pa. 19446 

HANN, MICHAEL 
395 Stony Brook Dr . 
Bridgewater, N.J. 08876 

HARRIS, TIM 
8 Bent Pine Hill 
Fogelsville, Pa. 18051 

HAPPEL, MARK 
1140 N. Arch St. 
AUentown, Pa. 18104 

HAUSCHILD, EFtNST 
No. Penn Crossing Apt. C-23 
W. Main St. 
Lansdale, Pa. 19446 

HAUTAU, IvSENA 
R.D. #1 - Box 540 
BranchviUe, N.J. 07826 

Field hockey 1; IM floor hockey 3,4; 
BGB; Dairy Society. 

HECKMAN, JOHN 
2633 Branes Ave . 
Roslyn, Pa. 19001 

HEINRICHS, JOSEPH 
6 Tumberry Court 
Lutherville, Md. 21093 

HEISEY, DELORIS 
123 Fountain Ave. 
Jersey Shore, Pa. 17740 

HELMSTETTER, DENNIS 
381 Gemini Dr. , Apr. 6 
Somerville, N.J. 08876 

HERTIG, STEVEN 
128 Western Ave 
Morristown, N.J. 07960 

HILL, MARLENE 
Box 241 
Gilbertsville, N.Y. 13776 

HILL, RICHARD 
P.O. Box 30 
Ringoes, N.J. 08551 

HIRT, CLYDE 
923 Arnold Rd. 
Westminster, Md. 21157 

HODGE, GERALD 
Hilltown Pike 
Line Lexington, Pa. 

HODNICKY, RICHARD 
23 Ocean Blvd. 
Cliftwood Beach , N.J. 07735 



HOFF, NANCY 
Box 218 
Stockton, N.J. 085S9 

HOLMQUIST, THOMAS 
142SRhoadesDr. 
Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 19006 

HORNER, THOJvlAS 
625 Glenayre Dr. 
Glenview, HI. 60025 

HRYNIO, CHRISTINA 
926 Elbow Lane 
Warrington, Pa. 18976 

HUGHES , WILLIAM 
610 Cushmore Rd. 
Southampton, Pa. 18966 

HUNTER, THOMAS 
RR #1 - Box 183A 
Kunkletown, Pa. 18058 

JAKUBCZYK, THOMAS 
10 Sumco Drive 
New Britain, Conn. 06053 



JENNINGS, PETER 
2148 Briarwood Ave . 
Sea Girt, N.J. 08350 

J ANSON, MARIE 
532BennerRd. 
AUentown, Pa. 18104 

JIRON, MIGUEL 
26 Franklin Ave . 
White Plains, N.Y. 10601 

JOHNSON, GREGORY 
4008 Lexington St. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 17109 

JOHNSON, FRANCES 
4601 Fitler St. 
Phila., Pa. 19114 

JUBOK, NICHOLAS 
29 Palisade Ave . 
White Plains, N.Y. 10607 

KARCHER, ROBERT K. 
121 Gough Ave. 
Ivyland, Pa. 18974 

KARVOIS, BARBARA 
62S Hanken Road 
Bound Brook, N.J. 08805 

KATZ, JUDITH 
264 S. Springfield Ave. 
Springfield, N.J. 07081 

KELLS, PETER 
14 N. Main St. 
Alburtis, Pa. 18011 

KEUY, CATHERINE 
R.D. #2 Birch Lane 
Cokesbury, N.J. 08833 

BCB; National BGB club; A-Day judg- 
ing and showing . 

KERSTETTER, RUSTIN 
R.D. #1 
Fort Treverton, Pa. 17864 

Band 1,2,3; F.T.D. 1,2,3; OH Soc. 
1,2,3; APO 1,2,3,4; 

KIPP, JOSEPH 

1293 ChurchviUe Rd. 
Southampton, Pa. 18966 

KIRK, JANICE 
784 Boxwood Dr. 
Warminster, Pa. 18974 

BasketbaU 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2,3; 
IM's 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; 

KITTLES, EUGENE 
2416 Stanley St. 
Phila., Pa. 19132 





Football; Track; IM basketball . 

KLEIN, KAREN 
33 Bryan Ave . 
Malvern, Pa. 19355 

OH Soc; DTA 

laiNG, RICHARD 
115 Fairview Ave. 
Lancaster, Pa. 17603 

KLOTER, MARIAN 
143-07 Ba-v-side Ave. 
Hiishing, N.Y. 11354 

KOLMUS, ROBERT 
628 Middle Rd. 
Perkasie, Pa. 18944 

KOZAK, WALTER 
Box 9 - Reservoir R.D. 2 
Avoca, Pa. 18641 

KRASNAl, DEBORAH 
R.D. #1 - Apple St. 
HellertowTi, Pa. 180SS 

KRAUSS, LINDA 
RockRd. - R.D. #1 
Lambertvllle, N.J. 08S30 

KRESOCK, FRANK DANIEL JR. 
128 Cornwall Dr. 
Chalfont, Pa. 18914 

Band 1,2,3,4, v-pres. C secretary; 
AIBS 1,2,3,4, v-pres. C treasurer; 
A -Day biolog>' exhibit i 



KUSMA, PETER 
West Point Lake 
West Point, Pa. 19486 

LaCAVA, GREGORY 
156 Starling Ave. 
Freehold, N.J. 07728 

Soccer 4; wrestling 1,3,4; baseball 
1,2,3,4; FI club 3,4; 

LAWTON, PETER 
R.D. #1 DrewRd. 
Warwick, N.Y. 10990 

yearbook photographer 3 ; IM Softball . 

LAZGM, KETHLEEN 
5 Stowman Drive 
Trenton, N.J. 18618 

OH Soc. 3,4; FTD 3; Chess club 3; 
Sigma Society 4; Newman 3; 

LEECH, ROBERT 

R.D. #3 
Washington, Pa. 15301 

LEH, BRYAN 
231 Riverview Rd. 
Phillipsburg, N.J. 08865 

APO 1,2 v-pres; BGB 2, sgt. at 
arms, 2,3,4; Apiary 2; FFA 1,2,3 v- 
pres; RAM 1,2; Intercollegiate Live- 
stock Judging Team 4; 

LIEBOWITZ, RANDE 
27 Danner Ave . 
Harrison, N.Y. 10528 

AIBS; Bike Club; Scuba club; Drama 
club ; Anijnal Farm , Our Town , 
Charlie Brown, Egad what a cad. 



Field hockey; Dairy Society; B G 1 
DTA ; Christian Fellowship . 

LEVY, KAREN 

2255 Tohickon Lane 
Warrington, Pa. 18976 

UPTON, LANCE 
3409 Tyson Road 
Newtown Square , Pa. 19073 



McADAMS, EILEEN 
302 Norfolk Rd. 
Warminster, Pa. 18974 

BC-B 1,2,3,4; DTA 3,4; A-Day beef 
cattle 1,2; dairy 3,4; 

McCARRON, CHRIS 
296 Magnolia Dr. 
Levittown, Pa. 19054 

Railroad club; Apiary; Flower show; 
Gleaner. 

McFADDEN, JOHN 
! " ") MiUMac Rd. 
Lancaster, Pa. 17601 

McELROY, DANIEL 
3117 W. Euclid St. 
Phila., Pa. 19121 

Student govt; FI club; RAP; IM bas- 
ketball G football; 

MACKRIDES, MICHAEL S. 
504 Barry Dr. 
Springfield, Pa. 19064 

football 3,4; Track 3; 

MAGRATH, MARIE 
109 Weston Ave . 
Chatham, N.J. 17928 

OH Soc . 1 ; Drama club stage man- 
ager 2,3; 

MAKACHINAS, THAD 
112 Manor Drive 
Dublin, Pa. 18917 

MAKBANCY, STEPHEN 
947 Kuser Road 
Trenton, N.J. 17948 

Stud. govt. 2, rep., 3, secretary, 4, 
pres.;OHSoc. 1,2,3,4; RA 4; 

MALIK, CRAIG 
R.D. #2 
New Hope, Pa. 18938 

MALONEY, JOHN 
216 Ridley Ave. 
Sharon Hill, Pa. 19079 



MANNS, THOMAS C. 
57 Lurgan Road 
New Hope, Pa. 18938 

Business club; Hort- Soc; skiing; 
golf; 

MARCMGIANO, GREGORY 
854 Poole Ave . 
Hadet, N.J. 07730 

IM's; Ski club. 

MARSH, PAUL 
1 8 Namlyn Ave . 
Sellersville , Pa. 18960 

MAUK, TIMOTHY 
903 Summit Ave . 
Johnstown, Pa. 15905 

MELLEN, DONALD 
38 Rose Ct. 
Closter, N.J. 07624 

Dairy Soc. ; DTA; Dairy judging 



KIELROY, RICHARD SCOTT 
502 Bridge Rd. 
Rahns, Pa. 19426 

MICHENER, WIUIAMJ. 
1045 Southampton Rd. 
Phila., Pa. 19116 

FI club 1,2,3,4; A-Day rep 2,3,4; 
Baseball 3,4; IM football and soft- 
ball. 



MIDDLETON, BRETT 
110 Charleton Lane 
Mt. Laurel, N.J. 08054 

BGB; APO; DTA. 

MILUER, RICHARD 
3014 Bristol Road 
Warrington, Pa. 18976 

MILLER, STEPHEN K. 
5675 Green Pond Rd. 
Easton, Pa. 18042 

Conservation Soc . ; OH Soc 1,2,3,4; 
Band 1,2,3,4; DTA 4. 

MORGAN, WENDA 
95 Midwood Ave . 
Allendale, N.J. 07401 

Hort Soc; Apiary; 

MOUAT, CHARLES M. 
2615 Susquehanna, Rd. 
Roslyn, Pa. 19001 

MURPHY, THO^L^S 
5907Mentana St. 
New Canolton, Md. 20784 

CB Ambulance G Rescue Squad Vol- 
unteer; CPR Instructor. 

MURRAY, JOSEPH 
49 Poplar Ave . 
Warrington, Pa. 18976 

MUSSER, KEVIN J. 
R.D. #1 
Coudersport, Pa. 16915 

NAUGHTON, EDWART R. 
2913 Pheasant Run Dr. 
Norristown, Pa. 19401 

NAYLOR, VINCENT A. JR. 
8 MacArthur Lane 
Edison, N,J. 

Resident Assistant. IM's. 

NEMETH, DOUGLAS E. 
417 E. 4th St. 
Florence, N.J. 08518 

IM sports; Haunted Hall; Bowling 
Champs '77. 

NORTHROP, PETER 
255 Southern Ave . 
Ambler, Pa. 19002 

Agronomy 1,2,3,4 pres;' APO 3,4; 
WAPO l,2,3,4manager; Ram 1,2; 
Gleaner 1,2; RA3,4; 

O'BRIEN, LOIS 
8590 New FaDs Rd Apr. Q-6 
Levittoivn, Pa. 19054 

O'CONNOR, JERRY F. 
635 Navaho Trail 
Franklin Lake , N.J. 07417 

ORR, ERIC 
2634 N. 12th St. 
Phila., Pa. 19133 

OSBAHR, VIRGINIA 

Box 249 Kingsland Rd. 

R.D. #3 

Boonton, N.J. 07005 
Block G Bridle. 

OTTE, HELEN ANN 
2210 Phelps Rd. #204 
Adelphi, Md. 20783 

Varsity club 2,3,4; Basksetball 
1,2,3; Hockey manager 2,3,4; 
Farmhouse 2,3,4; IM 1,2,3,4; 
SOMA, always. 

PAFIKER, JEFFREY 
188 Center St. 
Waverly, N.Y. 14892 



Conservation Soc . 1,2; Band 1,2; 
Chorale 3 ; Christian Fellowship 
1,2,3,4; Dairy 3,4; 

PEDE, DAVID 
Box 138 
Asbury, N.J. 08802 

PEECHATKA, SHERRY 
Box 3233, R.D. #3 
Stroudsburg, Pa. 18360 

OH Soc. 1,2,3,4 sec; DTA v-pres 
3,4; 

PEREA, LUCAS GERARDO 
64 S. Hamilton St. 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

APO pres; Business Club v-pres; ICC 
treas; Tropical Fish; The Ram. 

PERRY, DAVID 
379 Meadowbrook Ave . 
Ridgewood, N.J. 07450 

Wrestling 1,2; OH Socl 1,2; FTD 
3,4; Photography 1. 

PETERSON, WILLIAM 
26 Lynwood Ave . 
Lansdale, Pa. 19446 

PETTIT, CHRISTOPHER 
Jobstown Road 
Juliusto^vn, N.J. 08042 

PORAWSKI , JOSEPH 
211 Sandy Knoll Dr. 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 

POSBERGH, KEVIN 
1701 Cooper Rd. 
Scotch Plains, N.J. 07076 

POST, LAURA 
2905 Old Rogers Road 
Bristol, Pa. 19007 

Equine 1; IM's 1,2,3; Dairy 2; A- 
Day comm 2; Chorus 2; 

POWERS, THOMAS 
Hatfield Village G-312 
Hatfield, Pa. 19440 

PRESTON, ELLEN 
3842 Pearl St. 
Phila., Pa. 19104 

PRIMROSE, DIANE 
Box 17 
Shawnee-On-Delaware, Pa. 18356 

PRONIO, LORNA 
R.D. #2 
Huminelstown, Pa. 17036 

PUGLISI, JOHN 
R.D. #2 Box 341 
Easy St. 
HoweU, N.J. 07731 

EMO football; Hort Club. 

RANE, STANLEY 
2121 S. Second St. 
Phila., Pa. 19148 

RAY, DAVID 

R.D. 3 Box 545 

Fleetwood, Pa. 19522 
Christian Fellowship 1,2,3,4; Soil 
Judging 1,2,3; Agronomy 1,2; Con- 
servation Soc . 1,2; Dairy 2,3; Chorus 
3; DTA 3,4; 

REBMANN, EDWARD J. 
621 Orchardway 
Hatboro, Pa. 19040 



RENCE, ROBERT 
124 Vincennes 



Oakdale, Pa. 15071 

FFA 1; Hort Soc 1,2,3 treas; 4pres. 

REYNOLDS, FLOYD 
904 Jenifer Rd. 
Horsham, Pa. 19044 

RHODES, RICHARD 
729 Surrey Rd . 
Clifton Heights, Pa. 19018 



RICHDALE, GEORGE 
Rlchdale Road 
Lincroft, N.J. 07738 

RISSER, PAULINE 
R.D. #1 
Dillsburg, Pa. 17019 

Equine and equestrian team 1 ; B&B 
1,2,3 G 4 sec; Dairy 3,4; A-Day 
dairy and AH shows; A-Day rep, 

ROBBINS, TIMOTHY 
318 Warren St 
Phillipsburg , N.J. 08865 

ROBINSON, ROBERT 
Montauk Highway 
Brookhaven, N.Y. 11719 

ROOK, DONALD 
1849 Osboume Ave. 
Willow Grove, Pa. 19090 

RUGGIERI, BRIAN 
19 Hillside Place 
Cranford, N.J. 07016 

Basketball Varsity 3 yis; Track 1; 
Bowling league pres 4; RA 4; 

RUSSO, JOSEPH 
55 E. Edsall Ave. 
Palisades Park, N.J. 07550 

FI club; A-Days; Zeppole at FB; Inter 
office mail; Conti ' s working . 

RUSSO, MICHAEL 
645 Tenth Ave . 
New Hyde Park, N.Y. 11040 

Soccer team; Switchboard operator. 

SANSONE, KENNETH 
17 Femcliff Rd . 
Morris Plains, N.J. 07950 

Trop. Fish 2,3 vp; A-Day sign 
comm. chrmn '76; Drama club; ALBS 
2,3,4; 

SAVINI, FRANK 
19 Wamesit Ave . 
Saugus, Ma. 01906 

Band; Soil judging; Cross Country; 
Chorale ; Agronomy club ; Christian 
fellowship . 

SCHANTZ, ROBERT 
609 Elm St. 
Westfield, N.J. 07090 

SCHMID, KARIN 
623 Nauyaug Road 
Mystic, Conn. 06355 

SCHOONMAKER, DANIEL 
Box 47 
Accord, N.Y. 12404 

Ski club vp; I^ football and basket- 
baU. 

SCHOONMAKER, DAVID 
Accord, N.Y. 12404 

SCHROLL, PETER 
8 Dogwood Road 
W. Orange, N.J. 07052 

A-Day comm 3 yrs; Co-chrmn A- 
Day 4; Goldmai drinking team. 



SCHULTZ, ROBERT 
102 Ravine Ave . 
Wyckoff, N.J. 07481 

OH Soc 2,3,4; EDTA 2,3,4; 

SCISS, DEBBIE 
Upper Black Eddy, Pa. 18972 

Band 1,2,3; AIBS 1,2. 

SCOTT, STEPHEN 

1710 Cambridge Circle 
Southampton, Pa. 18965 

SELL, TIMOTHY 
211 Kerr Dr. 
Johnstown, Pa. 15904 

Hort Soc . 

SHAFER, KATHLEEN 
2902 Edlridge Ave . 
Easton, Pa. 18042 

SHARP, JAMIE 
127 Yardly Ave. 
Fallsington, Pa. 19054 

SHIMKO, CHRIS 
219 Rosewood Terrace 
Linden, N.J. 07036 

SHUTT, RICK 
106 Briar\vood Dr. 
Douglassville , Pa. 19518 

Business Club; Student store . 

SILVERMAN, LINDA 
2700 S. 7th St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19148 

SKOIEN, STEPHEN 
46 Martinique 
Tampa, Fla. 33506 

FTA 2; Ski club 2; OH Soc 2,3,4; 
Drama club 3,4; Chorale 4. 

SMIGELSKI, JOHN 
1 Moors Rd. 
Groton, Ma. 01450 

SMTH, ANNE 
Rose Hill Farm 
Grove NeckRd. 
Earieville, Md. 21919 

RONALD SMITH 
Box 121 
ChaddsFord, Pa. 19317 

IM soccer; OH Soc 1,2,3,4; 

SNELL, TOM 
3881 Old Township Rd. 
Harrisburg, Pa. 17111 

SNYDER, GORDON 
R.D. #2 - Box 479 
Wescosvdlle , Pa. 18105 

SQUIER, CHERYL 
R.D. #2 - Box 249 
Nicholson, Pa. 18446 

Agronomy club 2,3,4; Sec3,vp4; 
Soil judging 2,3,4; DTA 3,4. 

STAB, G. ALLISON 
8107 Crittenden St. 
Phila., Pa. 19118 

STAMM, DONALD 
R.D. #1 
Womelsdorf, Pa. 19567 

STEPHENS, BETH 
Watts Hille 
Honesdale, Pa. 18431 

Dairy soc 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2; Ski club 
1 ; Dairy judging 3 ; cheerleading 2 ; 
Christian Fellowship 1,2,3,4; Musical 
2; Chorale 1,2,3,4. 

STROHMEIER, BRIAN 



Box 415 

Trumbauersville , Pa. 18970 

SWENSON, RONALD 
28 Hughes Place 
Summit, N.J. 07901 

SYME, JOHN 
483 Harding Ave . 
Lyndhurst, N.J. 07071 

Band; Soccer. 

SZARY, RON 
P.O. Box 364 
Forest Grove, Pa. 18922 

TACZANOWSKY, EDWARD 
1591 Woodlawn Rd. 
Vineland, N.J. 08360 

FFA 1; Dairy 1,2,3; DTA 3,4; A- 
Day showing 1,2,3,4. 

TANIS, MARK 
Box 179 
Augusta, N.J. 07822 

TARANTO, JAMES 
233 Roosevelt Ave . 
Hasbrouck Heights, N.J. 07604 

Dairy 2,3,4 pres; Varsity Track 1; IM 
Basketball champs '76. 

TARULLl, MICHAEL 

1745 Washington Valley Road 
Martinsville , NJ 08836 

Agronomy club 1,2,3,4; A-Day 
1,2,3 operations chimn; IM basket- 
baU 1,2,3; IM Softball 1,2,4; IM 
football 4. 

TECHTMANN, JACK 
407HoUy Dr. 
Levittown, Pa. 19055 

THOMPSON, ROBERT 
226 Ricks^vood Road 
Timonium, Md. 21093 

TICHY, BEVERLY 
15 Maple St. 
Lebanon, N.J. 08833 

OH Soc. 1,2,3,4; Cheerleading 
Capt. 2,3; DTA 3,4; IM's 2,3,4; 
Yearbook 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ed . ; Homecoming 
queen '76; Who's who among students 
in Am . universities and Colleges ; 
Nightstalker 1,2,3. 

TINC, STEVEN 
71 Tine Rd- Bitters^veet Angus Farm 
Handers, N.J. 07836 

Photography ; arts ; hiking ; skiing ; 

TRAUTH, JOANNE 
208 Wilson Ave . 
Horsham , Pa . 

TREUDE, CHERYL 
15 Devon Rd. 
Marlton, N.J. 08053 

VALNOSKl, MEG 
145 Long Hill Rd. 
GiUette, N.J. 07933 

BGB 1 ; Equine 1 ; Equestrian team 1 ; 
AIBS 4. 

VANRIPER, RALPH 

595 W. Saddle River Rd. 
Upper Saddle River, N.J. 07458 

VAUGHN, PATRICIA 
Marshall C Green Sts. 
Langhome, Pa. 19047 

Equine 1; BtB 1,2,3,4; National BCB; 
A-Day 1,2,3,4. 

VISLOCKY, DEBRA 
8 Katherine Rd . 
Warren, N.J. 07050 



A-Day 2; BGB 3,4; Cheerleading 
2,3,4; Dairy 2,3. 

WALLING, CHERYL 
505 Leconey Ave . 
Palmyra, N.J. 08065 

BtB 1,2,3,4; Equine 1,2,3,4. 

WARMFLASH, ALLAN 
80 New England Dr. 
Stanford, Conn. 06903 

WARREN, DOUGLAS 
R.D. #2 
Chester Springs, Pa. 19425 



WASSEER, TIMOTHY 
R.D. #1 - Box 199 
Washington, N.J. -7882 

WEAVER, JENNIFER L. 
337 Callow Hill Rd . 
ChaHont, Pa. 18914 

Hockey ' 75 . 

WEBER, JUNE 
240 Windsor Dr. 
ChurchviDe, Pa. 18966 

WEIBLEY, BRLANJ. 
2617 Peoples St. 
Chester, Pa. 19013 

APO; Tropical Fish Club. 

WEISS, C. KURT 
Box 34 
WoxaU, Pa. 18979 

WEIMAR, RONALD G. 
132 Circle Dr. 
ChaMont, Pa. 18914 

WERNER, DENNIS P. 
R.D. #2 Box 395 
Mount Joy, Pa. 17552 

AIBS 4; FootbaU 1; Volleyball 2,3. 

WMPPIE, LAWRENCE 
Covered Bridge Apts. B-1 
Walnut St. 
Perkasie, Pa. 18944 

WHITE, TONY 
1262 Ravens Lane 
Westchester, Pa. 19380 

IM basketball, basebaU, footbaD S 
Bab's drinking team. 

WIESER, KURT 

1419 St. Charles Place 
Roslyn, Pa. 19001 

WILGARD, JOANNE 
9109 Femdale St. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 19115 

WOJCIK, RICHARD 
1185 Archer Lane 
Lansdale, Pa. 19446 

WOLF, CHRIS 
1568 EUdns Ave. 
Abington, Pa. 19001 

WySOCKl, PAUL 
245 Adeline Ave . 
S. Plainfield, N.J. 

ZABINSKI, SUSAN 
1710 OUve St. 
Reading, Pa. 19604 

B£B4; OH Soc 2,3; Equine club 1. 

ZAKANYCZ, PETER J. 
18SHoUandRd. 
Middleton, N.J. 07748 

ZOLLER, CHERYX 
173 B. No. Main St. 
Doylestown, Pa. 18901 




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nance — simple and clean. 

It's built like a truck and fiandles 
like a toy. 

It offers capacity, capability and 
durability equal to no other riding 
rotary. 

It's built by the Toro Company - 
and backed by Toro parts and service 
svsten^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1978 




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Chauncez G Mary Ann Depew 
Mr. GMrs. J.K. Boeck 
T. Richard £ Marie Rimkel 
Mr . & Mrs . David Baun 
Robert G Phyllis Hamilton 
George & Patricia Braim 
Edward G Josephine Degims 
Mr. G Ms. Dominic Gillin 
Anna G Bill McCarthy 
Mr. G Mis. Zolton Nemeth 
Walter J. G Muriel Polett 
Mr . G Mrs . Jscob H . Heisey 
Mr. G Mrs. John T. Northrop, Jr. 
Stephen G Patricia Homesack 
Mr. GMs. Joseph L. Graham 
Donald G Joan McDonnell 
John G Dorothy Ann Sondey 
Mr. G Mrs. Paul A. Henritzy 
Joseph G Frances Steiner 
Mr. GIvIrs. Robert H. Snavely 
Mr. G Mrs. Rodney E. Hirt 
Mr. G Mrs. William Malik 
Mr. G Mrs. W.B. Hagerman 
Mr . G Mrs . Edward Petty 
Mr. Givlrs. George J. Casey 
Merill I. G Dlaine B. Lipton 
Mr. G Mrs. Ralph G. Krauss 
Mathaniel G Ruth Bryson 



Thomas G Angela Houpt 

Dr. G Mrs. Michael P. Marshall 

Mr. G Mrs. William H. Beale G David 

Rocco G Lidia Nigro 

Elaine G Howard Fulton 

Mr . G Mrs . Paul Wysocki 

Bud, Wendy, Garyfelter 

Mr. GMrs. W. Kent Rise, Jr. 

Bob G Janice Peterman 

Dr. GMrs. Paul B. Campbell 

Mr. G Mrs. Howard Fortner 

Harvey Preston 

Mr. G Mrs. Thomas J. Faherty 

Mr. GMrs. JohnF. Parker 

Mr . G Ivirs . Louis Silverman 

Mr. G Mrs. Wm. P. Zoller 

Mr. G Mrs. W.R. Purcell 

Richard G Jean CoUister 

Mr. G Mrs. Joseph Strusiak 

Mr . G Mrs . P . Dimmler 

Ester Matthews 

Ivir . G Mrs . Michael Valnoski 

Henry G Constance Fox 

Francis J. Danie 

Mr. GMrs. Robert L. Leh 

Adolph G Carolyn Stanziale 

Irma Neckritz '80 

Earl G Betty Shulson 



ALUMNI PATRONS 

Ned Guardenier '63 

Sally G Max King Steinberg ' 28 

James Forsyth ' 77 

Arthur Foley ' 54 

Peter D. Loughlin '75 

Barry Siroka '77 

Harry Weissmar ' 29 

Nate Moser '32 

William Fox '28 

Martin M. Coheen '25 

Henry Blume '13-14 

Richard G Arlene Becker '67 

DanBroder '27 

Art Polez 

Bill Darves '77 



IvIr. G Mrs. John M. Hoke 
Mr. G Mrs. Albert Harvey Jr. 
Nicholas G Majorie Cirognano 
Mr. G Ivlrs. Raymond A. Areari G 

family 
Johanna Geiger 
Arthur G Ruth Leibowitz 
Mr . G Mrs . Harold C . Johnson , Jr . 
Mr. G Mrs. Ronald Emley 
George G Carole Biggs 
Arety G Allan Morgan 
Mr. GMrs. William M. Fox, Sr, 
Mr. GMrs. Noel J. Murray 
Mr. GMrs. Walter W. Scott 
Mr. G Mrs. Roger Funk 
The Alexy Farnily 
Raymond G Ruth Greehan, Jr. 
Mr. G Mrs. Donald M. Wolfe 
Mr. GMrs. Harry M. Weber 
Frank Reapsome , Jr. 
Mark G Rosemary Kaiser 
Michael G Johnann Devore 
Mr. G Mrs. Eugene J. McCarron 
Mr . G Mrs . James H . Cunningham 
Mr. G Mrs. Frank Savini 
John G Mary Lindsay 
Mr . G Mrs . Emanuel Puglisi 
Mr. GMrs. Raymond J. Ganser 




CONGRATULATION 
TO THE GLASS . 
OF 1978 
FROM THE 



CORNUCOPI4^ STAFF 



PARENT PATRONS 



Harold & Jane Croshaw 

Richard G Joan Pindell 

Valen G Dolores Sipple 

Mr. GMrs. Robert C. Calvert 

Merc G John Mahoney 

A.C. Prime 

Walter E. Sucharski 

Peter G Joyce Lockatell 

Linda Levy 

Mr. GMrs. R.A. Leonard 

Mr. GMrs. Ronald L. Elliott 

Arbo G Elaine Brown 

Mr. G Mrs. Frank C. Lawton, Jr. 

Mr . G Mrs . James Haraka 

William G Barbara Beysel 

Richard E. G Theresa McMahon 

Mr . G Mrs . Lewis C . Frey 

Mr . G IVlrs . John McFadden 

Milo H . G Etorthy Frey 

Samuel W. G Elizabeth D. Clipp 

Cornelius J. G Marion Shovlin 

Mr. G Mrs. James S. Detrick 

Col. Clarence E. G Jean W. Skoien 

Mr. G Mrs. Nicholas Sciss 

Mr. GMrs. Harold J. Garber 

Larue C. G Catherine W. Flegal 

John T. G Helen M. Kennoz 

Dale E. G Pearl T. McGuire 

Dr. G Mrs. WiUiam Walters 

Mr . G Mrs . Theodore Antos 

Joseph T. G Mary M, Hertig 

Mrs. William H. Feather, Jr. 

Mr. G Mrs. Lawrence Bubenheim 

Mr. G Mrs. Walter Kozak, Jr. 

Mr. G Mrs. William C. Engelke 

Mr. GMrs. Stanley R. Rane 

Mr . G Mrs . Bruce S . Stamm 

Mr. GMrs. Joseph J. Russo 

Mr. G Mrs. Jack Pyle 

Richard A . Bailey 

Wallace A. G Claire Kelly Schultz 

Mary G Julius Wagner 

Mr. G Mrs. Sherwood Kessler 

Mr. G Mrs. Leslie E. Da vies 

Mr. G Mrs. Eugene N. Chiesa 

Mr. GMrs. A, W. Hall, Jr. 

Mr. GMrs. James Bardsley 

Lsabeela Pawlussiow 

Donald G Ethel Trimmer 

Mr. G Mrs. Bruce I. Genge 

Mr. GMre. Francis J. Gehrlein, Jr. 

Mr. GMrs. Philip R. Boob, Sr. 

Lt. Col. G Mrs. Nicholas Jubok, Sr. 

Chet G Stella Gratkowski, Sr. 

Hans G Brunhilde Biechelmaier 

Mr. GMrs. Julian B. Novak 

Mr . G Mrs . Wayne E . Saxton 

Mrs . Metro Malasavage 

Mr. G Mrs. John Bonaldson 

Frank G Gloria G . Crisafi 

"The De Rosas" 

Howard E. G Helen D. Wise 

Mr. G Mrs. Bobby R. Eeibley 

Mr. G Ivlrs. John L. Bradley 

Mrs. Wm. E. Cashin 

Carl G Kay Barfuss 

Robert J, G Janine J. Jonik 

Mr. G Mrs. Benn Konopacki 

Charles J. G Gertrude E. Rindos 

Becky Bennett 

Berne Goodwin 

Ivlr. GMrs. Robert H. Robinson 

Mr. GMrs. Charles W. Lamb 

Mr. G Mrs. Henry J. Schubert 

Mr. GMrs. Charles E. Bishop 

Mr. GMrs, William J. Muntz 

Dorothy D. G Herman Krause 



Daniel G Ann Hansen 

Rev. GMrs. Walter E. Kruckow 

Mr. GMrs. Charles G. Smigelski 

Mr . G Mrs . Frank Johns 

Mr. GMrs. Joseph A. Magroth 

Harriet G Alvin M. Greenberg, Jr. 

Mr. G Mrs. William J. Brady 

Mr . G Mrs . Joseph Cantarella 

Mr. GMrs. Charles H. Pruitt 

Mr. G Mrs. C. Russo 

Mr. GMrs. S.J. LaCorte 

John G Rose Marie Schieber 

Mr. G Mrs. Frank Squier 

Charles G Kay E. Fehr 

Robert D. G Emma W. Barbour 

Mr. G Mrs. Fred Conard 

WiUlam R. G Helen S. Weber 

Patricia Ruch 

John G Amelia lanacone 

Mr . G Mrs . Robert Kerstetter 

John T, G Patricia T. Strong 

Higo G Aina Alps 

Jen G Bill Herold 

Robert M. G Sally M. Schantz 

Andrew N. G W. Josephine Wilson 

Mr. G Mrs. Carrol A. Peterson 

Louis J . G Julia M . Makrancy 

Mr . G Mrs . Peter Choma 

Mr. G Mrs. Joseph C. Cash 

Daniel G Viola Dolch 

Kenneth G Elsie Cromwell 

Mr. G Mrs. James H. Page 

Joseph J. G Marie C. Laimiakis 

Harry G Bettie Butler 

Mr. GMrs. H. Wayne Sell 

Stanley G Florence Brown 

Mr. G Mrs. L.J. Van Bergen 

Frank G Amelia Gatti 

Mr. G Mrs. William R. Russell 

Mr. G Mrs. Thaomas F. Herbert 

Peter G Corenne Verduimn 

Wayne G Fern Shearer 

Honorable G Mrs. Noah W. Wenger 

Gordon W. G Amelia M. Snyder G Gordy 

H.A. G R.A. Kelly 

Mr. GMrs. Phillip E. Manheimer 

Janet Neamand 

John Charles Bowen 

Mr. GMrs. J.R.R. Spindler 

Mr. GMrs. S.P, Silberstein 

The Ken Kardux Family 

Mr. G Mrs. Michael C. Boyle 

John D. Edgerton 

Leland G Gertrude Demond 

Mr. G Mrs. Edmund D. Cini 

Theodore G Catherine Rennekamp 

Mr. GMrs. Harold N. Da vies 

Mr. G Mrs. Charles A. Mauk 

Mr. G Mrs. Frank Tourville 

Herman G Marion Rohsler 

Mr. G Mrs. Theodore Gorka 

D.W. G Gertrude E. Doughty 

William G Fannie Morgan Stanley 

Mr. G Mrs. Kenneth PL Githens 

Charles F . G M . Virginia Borgard 

Mr. G Mrs. Emanuel Butera 

Mr. G Mrs. Leonard Tanzymore 

J.F. King 

Jim G Martha Robinson 

Francis G Lillian Shinalz 

Mr. GMrs. Frank D. Kresock 

Mr. G Mrs. T.A. Wallace 

Emil G Gina Erdelsky 

Irene G Michael Bergamo 

Richard G Joan Anderson 

Mr. G Mrs. Sol Cohen 

Donald E. Horn 



Mrs. Ema C. Townshend 

Ivlr . G Mrs . Frank Marinelli 

Mr . G Mrs . James B . Thompson 

Mr. GMrs. Joseph E. Ruby Jr. 

Shirley A . Shaf f ran 

Stan Bromberg 

Mr. G Mrs. Donald H. Yingling 

Mr . G Mrs . John Barry 

Mr . G Mrs . Robert Harper 

Mr. GMrs. Arthior J. O'Connor 

Mr. G Mrs. Walter K. Horst 

Joseph E. Murphy, Jr. 

Edward G Helen Bruce 

Mrs. Barbara Schultz 

Mr. GMrs. Willis H. Simpson, Jr. 

Mr . G Mrs . Clement Karvois 

Mr. GMrs. F. Bruce Daubert 

William G Rhoda Daubert 

John G Willetta Gourley 

Mr . G Mrs . George Dem:etriades 

Mr. G Mrs. Theodore E. Symanski 

Donald G Catherine Singletary 

Thomas G Elizabeth Snell 

Mr. G Mrs. W.B. Lower 

Mr. G Mrs. Vincent D. Ridge 

Paul G Mary Bernard 

Mr . G Mrs . Vernon Root 

Mr . G Mrs . Joseph Zawisya 

Richard G Lucy Buchanan 

Mr. G Mrs. Richard J. Underwood 

Thamas G Monica Cook 

Alfred G Mary Ann Pluskota 

John G RoseMary Rodkey 

Mr. G Mrs. James Costello 

Joseph G Phyllis Gadeleta 

Arthur G Helen Gold 

Mr . G Mrs . Lories Dunning 

Mr . G Mrs . Thomas Vemachio 

Mr . G Mrs . David Katz 

Lenard G Joan Lee Varacallo 

Mr. G Mrs. Dale C. Davies, Jr. 

Stanley G Florence Smriecinski 

Robert G Harriet Gunn 

George G Gayle Zuy