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The academic year 1951-52 has^Twitnessed many important historic events. To 
the Class of 1952 the most important event of the year is the termination, for many of 
us, of our formal education. Some, to|jte sure.^SSP continue their studies: others 
will enter directly into their chosea prdlRsion; still others v*Sl go out into different 
walks of life where they can best\ise the educational experiences obtained here at 
Bloomsburg. 






Whatever our course may be, however, we alfc'hjVe one thing in common. That 
is the obligation to use what influence vfeVlnay po^se^ for the betterment of mankind. 
We must do our best to eliminate prejudge, greed, hate, corruption, and other factors 
which breed discontent within the hearts of men. 

We must use the accumulated wisdom of the^pges — of men like Plato, Voltaire, 
Rosseau, Mann, Dewey, and others — to accomplish our goal. These men combined 
philosophy and education to give us the fundamentals, along with our faith and trust 
in God, 




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1952 



Volume XXXVI 



Published by 

THE SENIOR CLASS 

State Teachers College 
BLOOMSBURG, PA. 




Contents: 






. . 1-23 


College 






. . 24-59 


Classes 






. . 60-103 


Activities 






. . 104-123 


Athletics 






. . 124-146 


Advertising 






. . 147-148 


Senior Directory 






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HE fact that Obiter 1952 is being dedicated to two persons in no 

way lessens the sincere respect and appreciation with which the dedication 
is tendered. 

In the process of living there is no more important phase than that 
of learning. Those people who take upon themselves the difficult task ol 
teaching their fellow men must be endowed with certain inherent charac- 
teristics among which are honesty, devotion, good humor, and patience. 

There is no better proof of these characteristics than long and faithful 
service. It is for just such service that we wish to dedicate this book. 



Miss Alice Johnston 



Miss Johnston has served the college faith- 
fully and well for twenty-six and one-half 
years as instructor in the fields of speech and 
speech correction. Miss Johnston, during her 
active teaching career at Bloomsburg. also was 
sponsor of the Dramatic Club; Alpha f'si 
Omega, the dramatic fraternity: and Sigma 
Alpha Eta. the speech fraternity. 

During her years as teacher and friend 
she ha? done much to make this the "Friend I ) 
College on the Hill." 




Mr. Edward A. Reams 




In his genial, thorough manner, Mr. Reams has taught social 
studies here on the Hill for twenty -six years. During that time Mr. 
Reams has been active as sponsor of the Phi Sigma Pi Fraternity 
and as a sub-chairman of the Faculty Assembly Committee. Mr. 
Reams terminates his fine service to the College in May of 1952. 
It is our hope that he receives from the future as much as he has 
given us in the past. 



"That alone — 1 mean wisdom — 
is the true and unalloyed coin. 
for which we ought to exchange 
all these things; for this, and with 
this, everything is in reality bought 
and sold — fortitude, temperance, 
and justice, and, in a word, true 
virtue subsists with wisdom." 

— Plato 





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Carver Hall 




N o e t I i 11 g Hall 



Waller Hall 





North Hall 



Science Hall 





Navy Hall 



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Benjamin Franklin Training School 




C e ii t e ii ii i a 1 
G v in ii a s i ii in 




President's H 



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I > it . Harvey A. Andri >s 
President 




L'Envoi to Graduates 

And so you go, but slill you stay behind 
For something you left here will be ours 
To make us think of you, to hope you'll find 
Long years of usefulness and happy hours. 

Bloomsburg is what its graduates make it through their continued efforts as 
moulders of the American youth of tomorrow. 

Life is now your college. May you graduate and earn some honor- for your- 
self and your Alma Mater in your chosen profession. 




President. 



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A Message From the Dean ol Instruction: 

ll is a pleasure to extend greetings to the members <>l our college com- 
munity, especially to the members of our graduating class. The class of 
1952 lias witnessed for the first time in history a growing alertness on the 
part <>l the students ol education, teachers and administrators within all the 
areas of teaching, to the need for an organized profession to take part in the 
selection, in the preparation and in the development of standards for ils 
members. Here at "old Bloomsburg" we have taken our places in (he 
crusade for better schools and the elevation of teaching to a profession. The 
early interest of many of our students in professional activities on and cff 
our campus presages leadership in the profession in the years to come. 




Dean of Instruction. 



Dr. Thomas P. North 
Dean oj Instruction 




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Li u to Right H. Billig, I! Eyerly, .1. Sherman. E. Wilsi 




E. I). SHARRETTS 
Superintendent oj Grounds 



P. (.. \1 \li I l\ 
Business Managei 





Lt 1/ (o /;<.//.' M. Haggerty, M. linmerman, 
A Knight, A. Gillespie. 



/ i <i to Right R. Eyerlj I' Erdman, M. I usi Ink 



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\I VRGUERITE KL1IR 
Dean of Women 

To rHE I i iss (if 1\)52: 

\\ hen \ r . ii rami- to college the road 
to becoming Seniors probably looked 
long. Now you have achieved thai 
proud distinction and we congratulate 
vim. When you take the furture step 
<>f becoming alumni yon will enter upon 
a lifelong relationship to your \ Inia 
Mater which we hope yon will keep 
alive by coming hack often. With all 
good wishes. 

Sincerely yours, 
Marcuerite Kf.hr. 
Dean of Women 



THE 
DEANS 




RALPH S. HERRE 
Social Studies 
Colgate University, B.S.; Teach- 
ers College, Albany, New York. 
M.A.: Graduate Work, Clark 
University, Ni'« York University, 
University of Buffalo; Penn- 
sylvania State- College, Etl.D. 





ETHEL A. HANSON 
Assistant Dean of Women 
and Mathematics 
I niversity of Illinois. A.B. ; Col- 
umbia University, M.A.; Grad- 
uate Work, Columbia University. 



MARY E. MACDONALX) 

Assistant to Dean of Women; 
Coordinator oj Guidance Services 
University of Michigan. A.B.; 
Teachers College. Columbia Uni- 
versity. A.M.; Graduate Work. 
Columbia University. 



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i in: Senior Class: 

Each beginning teacher has a unique opportunity. The next generation sits in 
classroom future hank tellers and statesmen, creative artists and drug store 
n.lanls. Inline men of wealth and men of poverty, workers, farmers, and just plain 
folks, including all the fathers and mothers "f the generation to f.dlow. It will 
Im who musl accomplish a meal forward step to balance the scientific materialism 
In- generation with the spiritual victory of the next. That is why the beginning 
her musl hi- an inspirational teacher in a technical age. 

John A. Hoch. 
Dean of Men 




ROBERT B. REDMAN 
Social Studies and 

Athletic Coaching 
Swarthmore College, A.I).: Penn- 
sylvania State College; Graduate 
Work, University of Wisconsin; 
Duke University, M.A. 



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JOHN A. HOCH 

Krnn tif Men 



DEPARTMENT HEADS 






RICHARD G. HALLISY 
Dirt ' tor of Bvsint ss Education 
State Teacliers College, Whitewater, 
Wisconsin, B.Ed.; University <>t [owa, 
MA.: Graduate Work, Universitj of 
Pittsburgh. 



EDN \ .1. HAZEN 
Director oj Elementary Education 
State Normal School, Edinboro, Penn- 
sylvania; Allegheny College, Meadville, 
Pennsylvania; Columbia University, 
B.S., Si. A.; Graduate Work, New York 
University, Clark University. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION 



ERNES! If. BNGELHARDT 
Dirt ' tor of St - ondary Edut ■ ■ 

and Placement Service 

Director of Extension Education 

Bucknell University, A.B.; New York 

University, Bucknell University, M.A.; 

Universit) of Pittsburgh, Ed.D. 









WILLIAM C. FORNEY 
Temple University, B.S.; New York 
University, M.A.; Graduate Work, Har- 
vard University, Chicago University. 



EARL A. GEHRIG 
State Teachers College, Bloomsburg, 
Pennsylvania, B.S. ; Graduate Work, 
Bucknell University; Northwestern Uni- 
versity, M.B.A, 



CHARLES H. HENRIE 
State Teachers College, Bloomsburg, 
Pennsylvania, B.S. : Temple University. 
M.Ed.; Graduate Work. University of 
Pittsburgh, New York University. 






CLAYTON H. HINKEL 

State Teacliers College, Bloomsburg, 
Pennsylvania, B.S.; Temple University, 
M.Ed.; S'ew York University, Graduate 
Work. 



HONOR \ M. NOYES 
Cieorge Washington University, B.A.; 
University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed.; Grad- 
uate Work, Pennsylvania State College, 
Columbia University. 



WALTER S. KYGIEL 
L'emple University, B.S., M.Ed.; Grad- 
uate Work, Temple University, Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania 
State College. 



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ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 



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MRS. LUCILE .J. BAKER 
Training Teacher, Grade I 
Western State College. Colorado, A.B.; 
Tri-State College. Indiana. Mu-.lt.; 
Columbia University, A.M. : Graduate 
Work, Pestalozzi-Froebel School, Chi- 
cago, Illinois; Denver University, Den- 
ver, Colorado. 



EDNA J. BARNES 
Tnn» in if Teacher, Gradt I 'I 
McMurray College, Jacksonville, Illi- 
nois, Western Slate College, Macomb, 
Illinois, B.S.; Columbia Universitj 
\l \ ; Graduate Work, Universitj oi 
Colorado, Columbia University. 




IV A MAE BECKLEY 
T rain iii</ Teacher, Grade 11 
State reachers College, I nek Haven, 
Pennsylvania, B.S.; Pennsylvania State 
College, M.K.I. ; Graduate Work. Col- 
umbia University. 





RUSSELL V. SCHLEICHER 
State Teachers College, Kutzt ow n , 
Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania State ( <•! 
lege, lt.S.; Lehigh University, M.A. 



ANNA GARRISON SCOTT 
Training T< acher, Gradt I V 
State Normal School, Bloomsbui 




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Pennsylvania : 
B.S., M.A. 



Columbi ;i University, 



\l VRCELL \ M \RIE STICKLER 
Training T< aclu r, Grade III 
State reachers College, Lock Haven, 
Pennsylvania, B.S.; St. Bona venture 
College, M.S.; Graduate Work, Penn- 
sylvania State College 




MAR.IORIE STOVER 
Training Teacher, Special < 'la - 
State Teachers College, Bloomsburg, 
Pennsylvania, U.S.; Graduate Work, 
Universitj of Michigan, Temple Uni- 
versity. 




GRACE H. WOOLWoRTH 
Train in (/ Teacher, Kindergarten 
State Teachers College, Kearney, Ne- 
braska; Universitj of Chicago, Ph.B.; 
University of California ; Columbia Uni- 
versity, A.M.; Graduate Work, Colum- 
bia Universit \ 



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OLIVE PAYNE BEEMAN 

Art 

University <>l' Chicago, Associate Ivl H . 

I'h. I!.; Graduate Work, Universitj ol 

Indiana, Oswald Art Scliool. 




('. CORDELIA BRONG 

Clinical Sj)< i c/i 

Hood College. Frederick, Md., It. \ .; 

I.e. Columbia University, M.A.; North- 

w estei n University, Ph.D. 




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EDWARD T. DE \ OE 
English 
State Teachers I ollege, Bloomsburg 
Pennsylvania, B.S.: Bucknell Univer- 
sity, M.Ed.: Graduate Work. Pennsyl 
vania State College. 




HOWARD F. FENSTEMAKER 

Foreign Languages 
State Normal School, Bloomsburg, 
Pennsylvania I ni\-:r:;it\' of Michigan, 
B.A.: New York University, M V; 
Graduate Work. University of Penn- 
sylvania. 




ALICE JOHNSTON 

STpi i ch 
Park College, Missouri, L.B.; Colum 
University, M.A.; Graduate Work, I 
versity of Wisconsin, Columbia 1'iiiv 
sjt\. University of Michigan, Univers 
of Chicago, Central School of Spec 
London, England; New York I.ea: 
lui Hard of Hearing, Feagan Sch 
ol Dr atic Art, New York. 



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KIMBER C. KUSTER 

Biological Sci* ni i 

State Normal School, Bloomsburg, 

Pennsylvania: University of Michigan, 

U.S.. M.S.. Ph.D. 




HAROLD II. LANTERM \\ 
Physical Sen nee 
State Teachers College, Bloomsburg, 
Pennsylvania, U.S.: New York Univer- 
sal . M. \.: Graduate Work, New York 
University, Pennsylvania State College. 




NELL MAUPIN 
Social Studit s 
Peabods Teachers College, B.A.; Van 
i Itii m 1 1 Universitj . Chicago University ; 
Universitj >it Iowa, MA.: I'll. I).: New 
York University. 




LUCY McCAMMON 

Ha, III, Education 
Southwestern Missouri Teachers Col- 
lege, Spriugfield, Missouri, A.B.: Col- 
umbia University, M.A.: Graduate 
Work, Alabama University, Columbia 
University. 



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EDWARD A. REAMS 
Social Studies 
Kansas Wesleyan, A.B.; Columbia Uni- 
versity, M.A.; Graduate Work, Penn- 
••> l\ ,ini;i St :itt- College, New York Uni- 
versity, University of Southern Tali 




A], MIS RUSSELL 
English 
Dartmouth College, A. 11.; Cornell Uni- 
versitv, A.M.. Ph.D.; London Univei 
sity, Certificate. 



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HAROLD S. SHELLY 

/'// usual Education 

Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio, 

A.M.; University of Michigan, Ann 

Vrbor, Michigan, M. \. 




RALPH FISHER SMITH 
Public School Music 
Faelten Pianoforte School, Boston , 
Mass.; Private Study. Arthur Foote, 
Boston. Mass.; Bandmasters and Musi- 
cians School. Chaumont, France; New 
York University. B.S.; Temple Uni- 
versity, M.Ed. 




WILLIAM B. STERLING 
Aviation 
Plattsburg State Normal School, Diplo 
ma; University of Buffalo, B.S.; Syra- 
cuse University, M.S.Ed.; Instructor's 
Rating, Single Engine Load: Designated 
Flight Examiner No. 3499 (C. A. A.); 
Graduate Work. United Air Lines Pilot 
School, Denver, Colorado. 




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DOROTHY E. STOLP 
Speech and English 
Eastern Washington College of Educa- 
tion, B.A.: Northwestern University, 
M.A.; Additional Graduate Work, 
Northwestern University and Louisiana 
State University. 




PAUL E. WAGNER 
Pennsylvania Stale College, M.S., 
Ed.D. 



M.S., 




MARGARET E. WALDRON 
Mathematics 
Wellesley College, B.A.; Columbia Uni- 
versity, M.A.; Graduate Wink. Univer- 
sity of Southern California, Harvard 
University. 




STEPHEN It. HOPKINS 
Private School »f Music 

Vale University Sel I of Music. B. of 

Music; Student, Tobias Mathay Piano- 
forte School, Royal Academy of Music, 
and Dalcroze School, all of London, 
England. 



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DIETITIAN 



COLLEGE NURSE 





REBEKAH S. HUFCUT 
Du titian 
Columbia University, U.S. in Home 
Economics. 



M. BEATRICE METTLER 
(Iraduate Nurse 
Bucknell University, A.B.; Universitj 
nl' Pennsylvania, M.S.: Graduate ol the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nurs- 
ing, Baltimore, Maryland ; Graduate 
Work, University of Chicago; K.V. 
Pennsj Ivania and Maryland, 



LIBRARIANS 





ELSIE fi. BOWER 

I ssistan I Librarian 

State Teachers College, 111 isburg, 

Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania State Col 
Lege, U.S.; Drexel Institute of Tecli 
nologv, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 

us. in i. s. 



ELINOR R. KEEKER 
Librarian 
Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio, 
A.B.: Universitj of Pittsburgh, Pitts 
burgh, Pa., I.I.M.: George Peabodj 
College for Teachers, Nashville. Tennes- 
see, U.S. in L.S. 



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MR. EARL GEHRIG 
Senior Class Adviser 



To My Fellow Graduates: 

We've come to (he end of lour long and happj 
years of college life that entitles us to that sometimes 
illusive sheepskin. Now, we are about to assume lull 
adult responsibility toward solving problems which 
are, today, world wide in scope. 

We're heading out into a society of loyalty oaths, 
guilt by association, and of fear. II we teach, we 
must take a loyalty oath and then he mighty careful 
what we say for it might result in the loss of our job 
and a smirched reputation. It is up to us as individual 
citizens to combat these things less we lose our right to 
heterodox thought which has been one of our bulwarks 
of democracy. My fervent wish is that when you 
look at the-e lines vears from now you will think my 
fears silly for you'll be enjoying full civil liberties. 
I hope so. 

I want [o thank all of you for your wonderful 
co-operation and help this year. It has been a 
privilege and an honor to work with you and for you. 
God bless you all. 

Tom Anthony, President. 
Senior Class of 1952 



Faculty Advisers 

l)l(. MAUPIN 

1948 I III!) 

MARJOIUE KELLER SWARTZ 
in III l»50 

l)l(. KUSTER 
1950-1951 

MR. GEHRIG 

1951 1952 




\I vRGARET BOURDETTE 

ROBERT BURNS 
Senior (lass Representatives 



THOMAS ANTHONY 
Senioi Class President 





"I disapprove of what you say. 
bul I defend to the death you're 
right td sa\ it. 

—Voltaire 



Classes 



SENIOR CLASS 




OFFICERS 

Thomas Anthony • President 

Maynard Harring • / ice President 

Barbara Harmon - Secretary 

Richard Powell - Treasurer 

Robert Burns Man Representative 

Margaret Bourdette Woman Representative 

Class Adviser Mr. Earl H. Gehrig 



The graduating seniors always have many happj memories oi their 
davs at Bloomsburg. But as graduating seniors, the lime for carefree college 
days heing gone, they must settle down to the more serious business im- 
mediately at hand. The Class of 1952, as a group and individually, has 
made many commendable contributions to the college community. The 
Seniors leave with the fervent hope that all they have known here may be 
kepi alive l>\ the remaining classes. 




Front /.'»»• M. Bourdette, T. An- 
thony. R. Har n. 

Back Row K. Powell, M. Harring, 

K. Burns. 



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BUSINESS CURRICULUM 




l pper row: 

1.1 GENE A. ADAMI 

Berwick 

Accounting, Social Studies 

Business Education Club 1, 2. 4; Maroon and Gold 3; 

Aviation Club 3; Day Men's .Association 2. 3,4. 

THOMAS H. ANTHONY. JR. 
Shamokin 

General Business 
Senior Class President 4; Sophomore Class President 2; 
College Council 2. 3, 4. Vice President 3; Alpha Psi 
Omega 2. 3, 4. President 3; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4: Kappa 
Delta Pi 3. 4; Football Manager 1. 2. 3. 4; Obiter 

2. 3. Director of Publicity 2, 3; Maroon and Gold 2; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities I : 
Dramatic Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Business Education Club 2. .'I. 
i: Men's Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Varsity Club 3, 4; Future 
Teachers of America 3, 4; Men's Dormitory Association 
1. 2, 3; Day Men's Association 4; Business Education 
Contest 3; Co-chairman of Typewriting Commit lei-. 

JAMES BABCOCK 

Mahanoy City 
Accounting, Retail Selling 
Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Community Government Asso- 
ciation 2. 3; Maroon and Gold Band 3; Phi Sigma Pi 

3. 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4. 

GEORGE V. BAKSI 

Keiser 

Accounting. Social Studies 

Day Men's Association 1. 2. 3, 4: Business Education 

Club 1.2: Aviation Club 3; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4. 



Loner row: 

CHARLES BARO\ 

Endicott, New York 

Accounting, Retail Sales, Social Studies 

Football 1, 2. 3. 4; Track 1, 2: Future Teachers of 

Vmerica 3; Business Education Club A; Varsity Club 

I. 2. .!: Golf 1. 

HALE T. BENNETT 
East Bangor 
h counting. Typing, Mathematics 
Business Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Day Men's Associa- 
tion 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice President 2; Basketball Manager 
I. 2. 3, 1; College Council 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 1; Pi 
Omega Pi '■>. 4. President 4. 

ELEANORE D. BOLINSKY 

Hazleton 

General Business 

Women's Chorus 1: Business Education Club 1, 2: 

Newman Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Obiter 3, 4, Typist 3, 4; Future 

Teachers of America 4. 



MARGARET L. BOl RDETTE 

Athens 
General Business 
Waller Hall Association 1. 2. 3, 4; Waller Hall Gov- 
erning Board 4. Secretary 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Re- 
cording Secretary 4 (one semester) ; Pi Omega Pi 3. 4: 

Mar i ami Gold Band 2. ">: College Council 4: B Club 

2. 3, 4. President 1: Future Teachers of America 4; 
Business Education Club I, 2. 3. 4. Historian 4; Obiter 
2. 4. Typist 2. Secretary 4; Election Board 3. 



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ketball 1: 
I: Daj Men'i 
America 4. 



VLBERT L. I'.HOW \ 

Sunbury 
lecounting, Suits, Typing 

Business Education < lub I : 
Association 1. 2. 3, 1 : Fiitu 



FRANCIS T. i;i!OW \ 

Sunbury 

la ounting, Sales. Typing 



Aviation Club 
e Teachers of 



Aviation Club 2. 3; Business Education Club 2. 3; Day 
Men's Association I. 2. 3, 1: Future Teachers "I 
America 4. 



MICHALENE A. CAS1 I \ 

Shenandoah 
Secretarial Sequence, Retail Selling, English 

Business Education < 'lull 2. .1: Science Club 2; Women's 
( horus 2, 3; H Club 2.3.4; Fashion Show Co-ordinator 
3, I: Obiter 3, Secretarj 3; Waller Hall Association 1, 
2. .!. I; Assembly Committee 3, 1; Future Teachers of 
America. 

ROCCO V. CHERILLA 

Hazleton 

General Business 

Kappa Delta Pi 3, I: P :ga Pi 3, I: Business Edu- 
cation Club I. 2. 3, I. Vice President .!: Newman Club 
.'.. I; Inline Teachers "I America 4; Men's Dormitory 
Association 2, 3, 4. 



[RENE G. ECKERT 



( lilberton 
Secretarial Sequence, Retail Selling. English 

Band I: Business Education Club 1, 2. 3; Fashion Show 
< o-ordinator 3; Future Teachers of America 4; B Club 
3, I. Secretary 18 week* 4: Waller Hall Association 1. 
2. 3, 4; Wesley Fellowship 1. 2. 3. 



MARG1 ERITE M. FITZSIMMONS 
Mayfield 

General Business 

Maroon and Gold 1; Business Education Club; Waller 
Hall Association 1. 2. 3: Newman Club 2. 3; Future 
Teachers '4 America 4: Social and Recreational Com- 
mittee. 



GERALDINE Fl \k 

Lebanon 
General Commercial 

Women's Chorus 1. 2: Business Education Club I. 2. 3. 
I: Women's \thletics 1. 2. 3; Waller Hall Association 
2. 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Pi Omega Pi 3. 4. 



LEONARD GALILEY 

Danville 
General Commercial 

tusiness Education Club 2: Aviation Club, Treasurer 3; 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4. 



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/ /'/"''' row: 

FRANCIS B. GALINSK1 

Forest City 
General Business 

Business Education Club 1. 2. 3, 1. President 4: New- 
man Club 1, 2. 3. 4. Treasure] 3, President 1: I'i Omega 
Pi 3, 1: Men's Dormitory Association I. 2. 3, 1; Future 
Teacbers of America 4: Election Board 3; Kappa Delia 
Pi 3, 4. 



EDWARD GALLAGHER 

Shicksbinny 
Accounting. Social Studies 
Science Club 2. 3. 4; Business Education Club 



Lou i'i row: 

\A \R HADDAD 

Schuylkill Haven 
Secretarial, Sales 

l)a\ Men'- Association 2, 3, 1: Men's Dormitory Asso- 
ciation 1: Business Education Club 1,2,3; \viation Club 
2, 3; Vice President 3; Future Teachers of America 4. 



BERNARD HAMERSHOCK 

Weatherly 
Accounting. Suits. History 

Men's Dormitory Association 2. 3, 4: Men's Glee Club 
1. 2; Football 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 3; 
Varsity Club 3. 4. 



JOSEPH DENNIS GEORGE 

Chatnbersville 
Accounting, Social Studies 

Men's Glee Club 3: Business Education Club 3, 4; Da\ 
Men- \ssociation; Men's Dormitory Association. 



RUTH GLIDDEN 

Susquehanna 
General Commen in/ 

Maroon and Gold Band 1, 2. 3, Secretarj 1, Librarian 2; 
Business Education Club ]. 2. 3. 4; Waller Hall W<> 
ciation 2, 3. Governing Board 2, 3; Women's Athletics 
2, 3, Vice President 3; Community Government Asso- 
ciation 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4: Pi Omega Pi 3. 4. 



BARBARA HARMAN 

Lykens 
General Commercial 

Bloomsburg Players 1. 2; Cheerleader 1. 2. 3; Women's 
Athletics 1. 3; Business Education Club 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 3; Waller Hall Association. Governing Board 2; 
Pi Omega Pi 3, 1: Junior Class Officer. Secretary 3; 
kappa Delta Pi 3. 4; Fashion Show 3. 



LESTER J. HORNBERGER 

Mt. Carmel 

Accounting, Social Studies 

Business Education Club 1. 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; 



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Association I. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 4. 




[ i>p<'r row: 

HENRY C. HURTT 

Fort) Fori 

Iccounting, Salt s 

Phi Sigma Pi 3. 4: Kappa Delia Pi 3, 1: Men's Dormi- 
tory Association I. 2. 3. 4; Communitj Government 
Association I. Treasurer I: Maroon and Gold Band 
1. 2. 3, President 3: Varsity Tennis 3. 1; Maroon ami 
Gold 2: Knox Fellowship 2; Election Hoard 2; C. G \ 
Budget I ommittee 3; Who's Who in American Colleges 
and I nil ersities I. 



WILLI \M J. KREISHER 

Shamokln 
(< > ounting, Typing, Sales 

Aviation Club 1. 2. President 2: Business Education 
Club 3; Science Club 3; Da\ Men's Association 1. 2. 3, 'I. 

MICHAEL \. KREPICH 

Berwick 

^nlcs. Social Slmlies 

Football 2: Track 1: Business Education Club I; 
Day Men's Association 1. 2. 3. 4. 



RICHARD LUX 

Trucksville 
General Commercial 

Business F.diM-utinn (lull 1. 2. 3. 1: Community Govern- 
ment Association 2. 3; I'i Omega Pi 2. 3. 1: Kappa 
Delia Pi 2. 3, 1: Future Teachers of America 3, 1: If h" s 

If ho in American Colleges and I Diversities I 



Lower ion: 

RICHARD A. LEDYARD 

Bloomsburg 
f< i ounting, Sales. Typing 

Baseball 2..:. I; Basketball 1: Varsitj < lul, 2, 3, 4; 
D.i\ Men's Association 1. 2, :. t, 



MICHAEL LYLO 

Berwick 
iccounting, Social Studies 

Business Education Club 2. 3. 1; Da\'s Men's 
Association 1. 2. 3. 1: Aviation Club 3. 



A.LFRED S. MARSILK) 

Hazleton 
Accounting, Sales 

Men'- (dee Club 1. 2. 3, Vice President 2; Men's Dor- 
mitor) Association 1. 2. 3: Newman Club 1. 2. 3, Vice 
President 2; Future Teachers of America 3: College 
Council 3. Treasurer; Election Board 1: NSA Delegate 
3; Calendar Committee 2; Finance and Allocation Com- 
mittee 3; Assembly Committee 3; Phi Sigma Pi 4. 



WILLIAM Mc ALDOSE 

Kelax res 

Iccounting, Retail Selling, Typewriting 

Aviation Club 2. 3. Vice President 3. Secretarj 3. 





Upper row: 

tuomas j. Mclaughlin 

Mahanoy Township 
Accounting, Sales, Typing, English 

Mhenaeum Club 1; Football 1. 2. .'.. I; Maroon and Gold 
I. 2: Future Teachers of America 3. 4; Newman Club 1. 
2: Varsity Club 3, 4. Treasurer: Men's Dormitory 
Association. 



ROBERT E. MILLER 

Sunbury 
Accounting, Sales, Social Studies 

Aviation Club 3; Business Education Club 2, .1; Future 
Teachers of America 4; Day Men- \ssoeiatinn 3. I; 
Men's Dormitorj Association 1. 2. 



RICHARD R. MORRISON 

Danville 

Accounting. Sales. Social Studies 

Business Education Club 2; Aviation Club 2. 



VINCENT NAWROCKI 

New Philadelphia 
General Business 

Kappa Delta Pi 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi, 
Treasurer 3: Business Education Club 1. 2. 3, 4; New- 
man Club 1. 2, 3, 4. Vice President 3; Future Teachers 
of America 4; Men's Dormitory Association 1, 2. 3, 4. 



Lower row: 

ROBERT G. OSENBACH 

Frackville 

Accounting, Sales. Typing 

Pi Omega Pi 3. 4; Business Education Club 1, 2, 3; 

Vviation Club 2, 4; Day Men"- Association 1. 2, 3, 4; 

Future Teachers of America 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4. 

JOSEPH .1. PELCHAR 

Keiser 

Secretarial Sequence, Social Studies 

Business Education Club 1. 2; Day Men's 

Association 1. 2. 3, 4. 

LAURA A. PHILO 
Bloomsburg 

General Business, Sales 
Business Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 2; Blooms- 
burg Players 1. 2. 3. I. Secretary 2; Alpha Psi Omega 2. 
3, 4, Treasure] 3, Secretary 4: College Council 3. Secre- 
tary: Fashion Show 2. 3, 4: Maroon and Gold Band 1. 
2. 3, 4: Maroon and Gold 3, 4; Day Women's Association 
1, 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers of America: Senior Class 
Secretarj I It! weeks) . 

RICHARD C. I'OW ELL 

PottStOW II 

General Business 
Future Teachers of America 3, I: Business Education 
Club 2. 3, 4. Historian 3: Men's Glee Club 2, 3. 4. Presi- 
dent .!; Dramatic Club 2. 3, 4, Business Manager 3: Pi 
Omega Pi 3. 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 1, Treasurer 4: Phi 
Sigma Pi 4; Day Men's Association 2: Men's Dormitory 
Association 3, 4; Obitkk 3, 4; Wesley Fellowship 3, 4. 
President 4; Vice President Junior Class; Treasurer 
Senior Class; Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Unit ersities 4. 



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( /'/"''" row: 

JANET E. PRICE 

Reading 
General Business 

Dramatic Club 2. 3, 4; Waller Hall Association 3; B 
Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4 (18 weeks); Business Educa- 
tion Club 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 1: 
Athenaeum Club 4: Maroon and Cold Hand 2, 3: 
NSA Committee 2. 3. 



ceoroe rachko 

Frackville 
General Business 

Future Teachers of America I; Business Education Club 
1,2,3, 1; \viation Club 3; Day Men's Vssociation 1, 2; 

Men's Dormitory Association 3, 4. 



WILLIAM \Y. REED 

Sunbui \ 

iccounting, Social Studies 

Business Education Club 1,2,3; \viation Club 3, 4. 



Low( 



wcelo p. scheno 

Bloomsburg 
Accounting, Social Studies 

Waroon mid Gold 1; Business Education Club 1, 4; 
Day Men's Association. 



THOMAS E. SCHUKIS 

Mahanoy City 
Accounting, Social Studies 

Football 1. 2. 3. 1: Basketball 1; Newman Club 
1. 2. 3. 4: Varsity Club 3. 4. 



JOHN P. SH WAHAN 

Bangor 

Accounting 

Business Education Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Future Teachers of 
America 4; Aviation Club 4; Vice President Sopho- 
more I ilass. 



KATHRYN P. RHINARD 
Berwick 

Secretarial, English, Sales 

Business Education Club; Fashion Show; 
Day Women's Association 1. 2. .'.. 1. 



FRANCIS J. SHEEHAN 

Mahanoy City 
Accounting 

Football I. 2. 3. I: Varsity Club 3, 4. Vice President 4; 
College Crier 3; Future Teachers of America 4; Business 
Education Club I: Men's Dormitory Association 1,2,3, 
I : Newman Club 1, 2. 



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/ ppi'r row: 



JOYCE SLI YTER 

Towanda 
General Commi ri ial 

Women's Chorus 1. 2. .'■'>: Business Education Club 1. 2. 
3; Women's Athletics I. 2, 3; Kappa Delta I'i 3, I: Pi 
Omega Pi 3, 4: Waller Hall Association 3. 



FRANCIS J. STANITSKIE 
Kulpmont 

General Business 

Day Men's Vssociation 1. 2, 3. 4; Business Education 
Club 1. 1; Aviation Club 2; Pi Omega Pi 3, I; Future 
Teacher- of America I; Kappa Delia Pi I. 



JOHN STEVENS 
Morea 

General Business 

Baseball 1; Business Education Club 1. 2. .'.: I)a\ Men's- 
Association 2. 3; Aviation Club 1, 2. 3; Future Teachers 
of \merica 3. 



Lower row: 

\ UVCT I) WW SWARTZ 

Fort) Fori 

Secretarial Sequence, Sales, English 

Obiteh 1; Maroon ami Gold 1: College Council 2; Busi- 
ness Education Club I. 2. .'i: Maroon and Gold Band 1. 
2. 3, 4; Fashion Show I. 2. .'i. 4: Waller Hall Association 
I. 2. 3, 1; Waller Hall Governing Board 3. Treasurer; 
Future Teachers "f America I: Women's Chorus 3. 4: 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 1; I'i Omega Pi 3, 4. 



JAMES A. WHIBLEY 

( loatesville 

General Business 

Dramatics Club 1; Business Education Club 1, 2; Pi 
Omega Pi 2. .'!: kappa Delia Pi 2, 3; Soccer Team 1; 

Mar i and Gold Band 1; Future Teachers of America 

3; Sophomore Class President; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and I niversities. 



Not Pictured 
CARL SHULTZ 




ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 




Upper row: 

JEAN RUTH ALLEN 

Scranton 
Elementary 

Student Christian Association 3, 4; Poetry Club 3, 4, 
Historian 4; Maroon and Gold 4; Knox Fellowship 3, 4; 
Athenaeum Club 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4; 
Kappa Delta Pi 4. 



Lower row: 

MARGARET A. DORASAVAGE 

Pottsville 
Elementary, Special Education 

Cheerleader 1, 2. 3: Dramatic Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Poetrv 
Club 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3. 4, 
Treasurer 4: Future Teachers of America 4; Waller 
Hall Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Waller 
Kappa 



Hall 
Delt: 



SHIRLEY J. COLEMAN 
Beavertown 
Elementary 

Governing Board 4: Women's Chorus 2, 3; 
i Pi 3. 4; Future Teachers of America 4. 



RICHARD MORGAN EDWARDS 

Plymouth 
Elementary, Special Education 

Men's Glee Club 1; Future Teachers of America 4: 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 1: C. G. A. Awards Committee. 



LOLA JEAN DEIBERT 

Danville 

Elementary 

\\ mum'- I I in i ii- I. 2. .'.. I. Thu-iii'i 2. Vice President 3. 
President 4: Student Christian Association 1, 2. Secre- 
tary 2; Athenaeum Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Waller Hall 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Waller Hall Governing Board 3. 4, 
Vice President 3: Pilot 3, Associate Editor; Who's If ho 
in American Colleges and Universities 4. 

JOHN A. DIETZ 

Plymouth 
Elementary 

\ar-it\ Club: Football 2. 3, 4; Men's Dormitory Vsso 
ciation 2. 3, 4. Treasurer 4; Future Teachers of America 



I I.I I I'M I w, ■>, 'r. I HH3IIII I 1, I MllllC KBUI 

4; Aviation Club 4; Men's Glee Club 4. 



JOAN C. ENAMA 
Nuremberg 
Elementary 

Women's Chorus 1, 2. Librarian; Cheerleader 1. 2; 
Fashion Show 2. 3, 4: Waller Hall Governing Board 4: 
Future Teachers of America 4. 



MARILYN BEVERLY EVANS 

Wilkes-Barre 
Elementary 

Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. Inter-fraternitv Representative 3; 
Maroon and Gold 1, 2. 3. 4: Poetry Club 1, 2. 3. 4. 
Secretary 2. Vice President 4. President 3; B Club 2, 3, 
4: Student Christian Association 1, 2; Women's Chorus 
1, 2. .',. 1. 



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L pper row: 

ELLEN A. GIBBONS 

Trucksville 
Elementary 

Newman Club 2; Dramatic Club 3. 4: Ftil u n- Teachers 
oi \merica 3, 4; Waller Hall Association 2, 3, 4; Day 
Women's Association 1. 



HAROLD V. HARTLEY 
Lenoxville 

Elementary, Speech Correction 

Men's Dormitory Association 1. 2. 3, 4; Wesley Fellow- 
ship 1. 2, 3. 4; Football Manager 1. 2; Track 2, 3; 
Science Club 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; 
Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4. 



WILLIAM G. HERR 

Hazleton 

Elementary 

Athenaeum Club; Aviation Club 1. 



BARBARA M. HESSERT 

South Williamsport 
Elementary 

Women's Chorus 1. 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Student Chris- 
tion Association 3; Future Teachers of America 4; 
B Club 4; Kappa Delta Pi 1. 



Lower row: 

ALBERT HITCHINGS 

Luzerne 

Elementary 

Day Men's Association 1, 2. 3, 4; Soccer 1; Future 
Teachers of America 4; Aviation Club 4. 

MILTON G. HUGHES 

Wilkes-Barre 
Elementary 

Knox Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Aviation Club 2, 3, 4; Men's 
Dormitory Association 2, 3, 4; Day Men's Association; 
Future Teachers of America 4. 

ELEANOR M. JOHNSON 

Kane 
Elementary 

Student Christian Association 1, 2, 3. 4, Vice President 
2, 3; Maroon and Gold Band 1, 2; Future Teacliers of 
America 3, 4; Women's Chorus 3; Waller Hall Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4; Waller Hall Governing Board 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 3, President 4; College Council 4; Lutheran Stu- 
dent Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Local Secretary 2. Susque- 
hanna Area Secretary 3, Susquehanna Area President 4. 
North Atlantic Region Secretary 4, National Relation- 
ships Secretary 4: If has Who in American Colleges 
and Universities 4. 

THOMAS C. JONES 

West Pittston 

Elementary 

Maroon and Gold Band 1, 2. 3; Aviation Club 1. 2. 3: 
Science Club 1. 2; Glee Club 1. 2, 3; Future Teachers 
of America 4; Men's Dormitory Association 4; Day 
Men's Association 1, 2, 3. 



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Upper row: 

ELEANOR A. KENNEDY 

Bloomsburg 
Elementary 

Women's Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4; Science Club 2: Day Wo- 
men's Association 1, 2. 3. 1: Future Teachers "f 
America 4. 



Loner row: 

ROBERT E. LAI BSC.HER 

Selinsgrove 
Elementary Speech Correction 

Future Teachers of Vmerica 3, 1: Dramatic Club 2 
Men's Glee Club 3. 1. Vice President; >igma Alpha Eta 
3. 1. Vice President; Alpha Psi Omega 4; Election 
Board 3, ' !o-chairman. 



PATRICIA A. KISTLER 

Bloomsburg 
Elementary 

B Club 4: Day Women's Association 1. 2. .!. 4; Future 
Teachers of America 4: Maroon ami Gold Band 1. 2. 3; 
Lutheran Student Association 1. 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3. 



Ill SS LOOKER 

Johnstown 

Elementary, Special Education 

Football I. 2. .:. 1: Knox Fellowship 1. 2. President; 
Dramatics Club 1: College Council President; Future 
reachers of Vmerica 1: Varsity Club 1. 2: Student 

Christian Association 3, 4. 



GEORGE KOBAL 
Nanticoke 

Elementary. Special Education 

Aviation Club 2: Athenaeum Club 4; Future Teachers 
of America 4: Phi Sigma Pi 4; Day Men's Association 
1; Men's Dormitory Association 2. 3, 4. 



JEANNE C. KRZYWICK1 

Plymouth 
Elementary 

\\ ..men's Chorus 1. 2. 3. 1: Future Teachers 
of America 4: B Club 4. 



MARII^ \ \\. LUNDY 

Bloomsburg 
Elementary, Speech Correction 

Day Women's Association 1. 2. 3. 4: Women'- Chorus 

1. 2. i. I: Kappa Delta Pi 3. \. Corresponding Secretary 
1; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 1. Treasurer 3. Secretary 4: 
Future Tea< hei - ..I Vmerica I. 

JOYCE J. MacDOUGALL 

Berwick 
Elementary 

Obiter I: Science i lub 1,2,3, I. Secretary 3.4: Assem- 
bly Committee 2. 3. I. Secretary 2. 3: Women's Chorus 

2. .'.: Day Women's Vssociation 1. 2. 3. 1: Olympian 2: 
Fashion Show 1. 2. 3. 4; Future Teachers of America; 
If /...'.* IT ha in American Colleges and Universities 4. 





I ppsr row: 

CHARLOTTE M. MATULESKI 

Nanticoke 
Elementary 

Future Teachers of America 4; Studenl Christian Asso- 
ciation I: NSA 1, 2: Women's Chorus I. 2. 3; Ath- 
enaeum Club 4: Waller Hall Handbook 2; Student 
Faculty Committee 1: Kappa Delta Pi 4. 



GLORIA MAZZETTI 

Berwick 

Elementary 

Women's Chorus 1; Day Women's Association 1. 1!. 3; 
Future Teachers of America 3; Sigma Vlpha Eta 2. 3; 

Maroon anil Cold 2. 



CORNELIUS McHUGH 
Hazleton 

Elementary 

Mm'. Glee (lull 1, 2: Future Teachers of Vmerica 4; 
Day Men's Association 3. 4. 



Lower row: 

JEAN M. MEIER 

Mitllinville 
Elementary 

Women's Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4; B Club 3, 4: Future Teachers 
of America 4; Day Women's Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 



FLORENCE MERTZ 

Northumberland 
Elementary 

Women's Chorus 2, 3. 4. Librarian 3, Secretary 4; Wal- 
ler Hall \ssociation 2. 3. I; Election 2. 3; Future 
Teachers of America 4. 



KATHLEEN MITCHELL 

Mahanoy City 
Elementary 

Cheerleader 1. 2. 3. 4: Poetry Club 2; Dramatic Club 
2, 3. 4; Fashion Show 1. 2. 3. 4; Future Teachers of 
America 4. 



( "< • 1 1 « - LZ.* - 

i lub I 
America 



DOROTHY CEDOR McNAMEE 

Berwick 

Elementary 

Player* I; Maroon ami Gold 1. 2, 3. 4; Science 
Fashion Show 1. 2. 3; Future Teachers of 
3, 4; Day Women's Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 



OLIVE MOUERY 

Mt. Carmel 
Elementary 

Athenaeum ('lull 2, 3, Secretary 3. Treasurer 3; Sigma 
Alpha Eta 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Science 
Club 2; Waller Hall Governing Board 3; Future Teach- 
ers of America 4; Waller Hall Association 2, 3, 4; 
Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4: Fashion Show 2; Election Board 2. 



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( pper row: 

LOIS J. NEWMAN 
Wilkes-Barre 
Elementary 

Kappa Delia Pi 4; Waller Hall Association 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Waller Hall Governing Board 4; Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3; 
Poetry Club 3; Student Christian Association 1. 



Loner row: 

M. JEANNE RUCKLE 

Bloomsburg 
Elementary 

Day Women's Association 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Trea- 
surer 4; Women's Chorus 2. 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3. 4, Secretary 3, President 4: 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Historian 4; Future Teachers of 
America 4; Maroon and Gold 3, 4. 



THOMAS J. REED 

Plymouth 
Elementary 

Men's Dormitory Association 4, Vice President 4; Bas- 
ketball 1; Future Teachers of America 1; Aviation 
Club 1. 



PHILIP W. SEARCH 

Wilkes-Barre 
Elementary, Social Studies 

Men's Glee Club 1. 2. 3; Maroon and Gold 2, 3; 
C. G. A. Publicity Committee 2. 



M. JANICE RIDER 

Millville 
Elementary 

Women's (bonis 3; Science Club 1, 2. 3. 4. Secretary 2. 
Treasurer 3; Day Women's Association 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Future Teachers of America 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4. 



BARBARA A. SHERMAN 

Benton 
Elementary. Speech Correction 

Dramatic Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Women's Chorus 1. 2, 3: 
Sigma Alpha Eta 3. 4, Secretary 3; Future Teachers of 
America 4: Assembly Committee 2. 3. 4; Waller Hall 
Association 1. 2. 3. 4: Kappa Delta Pi 4. 



JOHN E. RILEY 

Danville 

Elementary 

Football 1: Basketball I; Baseball 1. 2: Varsity Club 
1. 1: Future Teachers "f America 1: Day Men's Asso- 
ciation I. 2, 3, 4. 



EDWARD P. SLIKES 

Wilkes-Barre 

Elementary 

Phi Sigma Pi 3. 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4: Future Teach- 
ers uf America 4: -Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Athenaeum 
Club 4; Newman Club 4. 



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I pper row: 

CONSTANCE M. STANKO 

Danville 
Elemental i 

■Vllienaeum Club 2; Day Women's Association 1, 2, .'!; 
Fni me Teachers "I America 3; B Club 3. 



Loner row: 

NANCY JEAN UNGER 
Forty Fort 
Elementary 

Dramatic Club 2. 3, 4, Secretary; Women's Chorus; 
B Club 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4. 



JOHN M. STONIK 

Plymouth 

Elementary 

Men's Dormitory Association 1. 2. 3. 4; Future Teachers 
of America 4: Football 1. 2. 3; Varsity Club 3, 4. 



JOANNE M. VANDERSLICE 

Bloomsburg 
Elementary 

Maroon and ('.old Band 1, 2, 3, Librarian 1; Day Wo- 
men's Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Lutheran Student Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, 4; Fashion Show 1, 2, 
3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4. 



PATRICIA J. TAYLOR 

Dushore 
Elementary 

Dramatic Club 1. 3. I: Newman Club 1. 
Teachers of America I; Women's Chorus 
Hall Association 1. 3, 4: Freshman Class 
Fashion Show: Athenaeum Club 3. 



4; Ful ure 
4; Waller 
Secretary; 



PHILIP WEINSTEIN 

Wilkes- Barre 

Elementary, Speech Correction 

Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4; Men's Glee 
Club 2, 3. 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 
3, 4; Olympian 3; Maroon and Gold 2, 3. 4; Future 
Teachers of America 3, 4; Election Board 3; College 
Handbook Editor 1951; Men's Dormitory Associa- 
tion 3, 4. 



DAVID H. THOMAS 

Orangeville 

Elementary, Special Education 

Aviation Club 1; Athenaeum Club 1; Day Men's Asso- 
ciation 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 4. 



GEORGE E. WILLIAMS 

Shickshinny 

Elementary, Science 

Science Club 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 3; Maroon and Gold 
3; Ful ure Teachers of America 4; Day Men's Associa- 
tion 1. 2. 3, 4. 





to * 







MARY A. WRIGHT 

Bloomsburg 
Elementary, Speech Correction 

Da) Women's Association 1, 2. 3, I: Women's Chorus 
2, 3; Lutheran Student Association 1. 2, 3, I: Wesley 
Fellowship 1, 2. .'!: Sigma Alpha Kla .'1 4: Future 
Tearhers of America 4; Maroon and Gold I. 



* WILLIAM J. CLEAVER 

R. D. 2. Orangeville 

Elemental \ 

Soccer 1,2; Daj Men's Association 1,2,3, 1: 

Varsitj ( lub 3, 4. 

Out of alphabetical order. 



MARIE C. YOZVIAK 

Hanover 
Elementary 

Science Club 2. 3: Future Teachers of America 3, 4: 
B Club 4: Waller Hall Association 2, 3, 1: Kappa 
Delta Pi 4. 



:;: JACK D. REESE 

Berwick 
Soi ial Studies. English 

Treasurer, Senior Class "f 1951 < First Semester); 
Feature Editor, Maroon and Gold 3. 4: Men's Dormitorj 
Association 2. 3; Daj Men'- Association 3. 4. 



{Returned from service at mid-semester. (Secondary Student). 




A Class in the 
Benjamin Franklin Laboratory School 



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SECONDARY EDUCATION 




( pper row: 

PRISCILLA ABBOTT 

Lehman 
English, Biological Science 

Maroon and Gold 1. 2. 3. 4, Co-editor 4; Bloomsburg 
Players 2. 3: B Club 2. 3. 4, Secretary 3, Vice Pres- 
ident 4: Women's Chorus 1; Science Club 2. 3: Kappa 
Delta Pi 3. 4, Vice President 4; Future Teachers of 
America 4: College Council 4: Poetry Club 2. 3; Maroon 
and Gold Band 2, 3; Waller Hall Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ATWOOD F. B A DM AN 

Shamokin 
Science, Social Studies 

Football Manager 1; Men's Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Soccer 3; 
Science Club 3, -) ; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; 
Track 1; Day Men's Association 1, 2; Men's Dormitory 
Association 3. 4. 

ADAM BEN 

Blakely 
Science, Mathematics 

Science Club 3. 4. Vice President 3, 4: Kappa Delta 
Pi 3, 4: Phi Sigma Pi 4; Soccer 1, 2; Track 1. 2; Day- 
Men's Association 1; Men's Dormitory Association 2. 
3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4, President 4. 

GEORGE E. BLYLER 

Battletown 

Science, Math 

Science Club 1: Dramatic Club 2. 3, 4; Kappa Delta 
Pi 3. 4; Day Men's Association 1. 2. 3. 4; Future 
Teachers of America 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4. 



Lower rote: 

DORIS R. BOWMAN 

Milton 
Spanish, French. English 
\\ aller Hall Association 1. 2. 3. I ; Waller Hall Governing 
Board 3; Hospitality Committee 2. Chairman 2; Sopho- 
more Class Secretary 2; Women's Chorus 1. 2, 3, Sec- 
retary 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 1: Maroon and Gold 3; 
Future Teachers of America I; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and I nirersitics 4. 

RUSSELL C. BRACHMAN 

West Hazleton 

Science, Math 

Science Club 1; Day Men's Association 2. 

JOHN J. BURNS 
Harrisburg 

Social Studies, English 
Kappa Delta Pi 4; Phi Sigma Pi 4; Obiter 2, 3, 4, Asso- 
ciate Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Maroon and Gold 3. 
Business Manager 3; Olympian 2; Men's Glee Club 
1, 2, 3, Vice President 3; Athenaeum Club 2, 3. 
Vice President 3; Assembly Committee 3; Social and 
Recreational Committee 2, Chairman; Election Board 

3, 4, Co-chairman 3, 4; Assistant Track Manager 1: 
Future Teachers of America 4, Treasurer; Day Men's 
Association 1. 2; Men's Dormitory Association 3. 4; 
Newman Club 1. 2. 3. President 3. 

ROBERT P. BURNS 

Harrisburg 

Social Studies. Geography 

Science Club 2; Gamma Theta Upsilon 3. 4; Obiter 3, 

4, Advertising Manager 3. 4; Athenaeum Club 3, 4; 
College Council 4: Maroon and Gold 3, Assistant Busi- 
ness Manager 3; Day Men's Association 2; Men's Dor- 
mitory Association 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Future 
Teachers of America 4; Phi Sigma Pi 4. 



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I pper row: 

RONALD P. BUSHICK 

Kulpmont 
Biological Science, Social Studies 

Day Men's Association I. 2, 3; Science Club 3; Men's 
Dormitorj Association I. 2. .'.. I: Aviation Club 1. 2; 
Band 1. 



Loner row: 

DONALD J. CESARE 

Old Forge 
Social Studies. English 

Kappa Delia Pi 3. t; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 1. Vice President 
3; Varsitj Chili 2. 3. 4, President 4; Football 2. 3, 4; 
Men's Dormitorj Association 4; Future Teachers oi 
America. 



DONALD JOSEPH BUTLER 

Warrior Run 
Speech Correction. Social Studies 

^i ? ma Alpha Ela 3, 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Baseball 
1. 2. 3, I: Future Teachers of America I; Men's Dor- 
niit.il \ Association 1. 2. .'.. I: Varsitj Club 3. 4. 



ANTHONY CIAMPI 

Shickshinny 
Social Studies, Geography 

Kappa Delta l'i 3. 4: Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4; 
Science Club 1, 2, 3; Maroon and Gold 2, 3, 4; Day 
Men's Association 1. 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi 4. 



JAMES J. CANNON 

Shamokin 
Science, Social Studies 

Aviation Club 1. 2. Secretary 2: Day Men's Association 
I. 2. .'.. I. President 3; College Council 3; Future Teach- 
ers of America 1: Kappa Delta Pi 4. 



HAROLD W. CAREY 

WeSl Pitt-tun 
Spanish, French. English 

Kappa Delta Pi 3. 4: Phi Sigma l'i 2. 3, I: Men'- Dormi- 
tory Association I. Treasurer; Day Men's Association; 

Aviation Club 1: Future Teachers ol America 4; Knox 
Fellowship 1. 2. 3. 1. 



CLIFTON G. CLARRIDCE 

Washington, D. C. 

Science. Mathematics 

Kappa Delta Pi 4; Science Club 2, 3; Men's Glee Club 
2. 3. Treasurer 3; Day Men's Association 1. 2, 3, 4: 
Future Teachers of America 4; Track Manager 2. 3; 
Obiter 2, 3, 4, Advertising Manager 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi 4. 



LEON COVAL 
Bloomsburg 

Science, Geogrupli I 

Science Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Aviation Club 3; Gamma Theta 
Upsilon 2. 3, 4. 





Upper 



Scii 



Club 



JACOB E. DAILEY 

Danville 
Science, Geograpln 

1. 2: Day Men's Association; Future 
Teachers of America 1. 



CHARLES J. DALY 

Kane 
Speech Correction, English, Social Studies 

Basketball 2. 3. 4; Track 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; 
Maroon and Gold 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4. 



STEWART E. DAVIS 

Wilkes-Barre 
Science, Geography 

Kappa Delta Pi 2. 3; Science Club 2, 3; Future Teach- 
ers of America 3; Day Men's Association ; Gamma Theta 
Upsilon 4. 



ROSE MARIE DOMALESKI 

Frackville 
Science. Mathematics 

Women's Chorus 1, 2, 3; Science Club 1, 2, 3; Waller 
Hall Dormitory Association 1. 2. 3, 4; Waller Hall 
Governing Board 3; Future Teachers of America 3; 
Kappa Delia Pi 4. 



Lower row: 

MICHAEL J. DORAK, JR. 

Berwick 
Social Studies, English 

\ssembly Committee 2. 3. 4. Chairman 3, 4: Future 
Teachers of America 4. Vice President 4; Day Men's 
Association 1. 2, 3. 4: Maroon and Gold 2, 3, Advertis- 
ing Manager 2, 3; Obiter 2. 3; C. G. A. Budget Com- 
mittee 3; Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4: Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities 4. 



DAVID C. EVANS 

West Reading 
Science, Geography 

Football 1, 2. 3, 4; Track 1. 2, 3. 4; Men's Dormitory 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; 
Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Wesley 
Fellowship 3. 4; Phi Sigma Pi 4. 

HARRY M. FENSTERMACHER 

Catawissa 
Social Studies, English 

Science Club 1, 2, 3: Varsity Club 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2; 
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Day Men's Association 1, 2. 3. 4: 
Maroon and Gold 3; Obiter 3, Assistant Editor; Future 
Teachers of America 4; Olympian 3. 

GLENN N. FOGEL 

Sunbury 
Science, Social Studies 

Business Education Club 1; Aviation Club 3; Day Men's 
Association 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi. 



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/ pper row: 

FRANK J. FURGELE 

Shamokin 
Sot ial Studies, Geography 

Soccer I, 2. 3; Basketball I. 3; Men's Dormitory Asso- 
ciation 1, 2. 3. 4: Varsity Club 3. I. Secretary 4; Future 
Teachers of America 4; Gamma Theta CJpsilon 2, 3, 4, 
President 4: Phi Sigma l'i 4. 



^oicer loir: 



Track 2. 3. I : 
Association 1; 

Science Club 1 



WILLIAM GINTER 

Hunlock Creek 

Science. Mathematics 

Maroon and Gold Band 3, 4; Day Men's 
Men's Dormitory Association 2, 3, 4; 
. 2: Phi Sigma Pi 4. 



FRANKLYN I. GEIST 

Danville 
St ieni e, Mathematics 

Science Club 2. 3; Day Men'- Vssociation ; Future 
Teachers of America 4. 



WILLIAM J. GILBERT 

Wilkes-Kane 

S< ience, Mathematics 

Future Teachers of Vmerica 1: Track 1,2,3, I: Science 
Club 2; Men's Dormitory Vssociation 1,2,3,4. 



JOHN C. HADDON 
Northumberland 

Speech Correction, English 

Aviation Cluli 2; Sigma Alpha Ela 2. 3. Treasurer 3: 
Dramatic Club 1. 2: Kappa Delta Pi 4. 



MAYNARD L. HARRING 

Pitman 
Science, Mathematics 

College Council 2. 3, 4: Day Men's Vssociation 1: Men's 
Dormitory Association 2. 3. 4, Secretary 3. President 4; 
Science Club 1. 2. 3. 4. President 4: Varsity Club 4; 
Soccei 3; Track 3, I: Phi Sigma Pi 3, 4: Kappa Delta 
Pi 3. 4. President 1: Junior Class President; Senior 
Class \ ice President, 



WILLIAM G. GILLESPIE 
Bloomsburg 

Biological Scient e, Sot ial Studies, English 

Science Club I. 2. 3; Kappa Delta l'i 3, I: Day Men's 
Vssociation I. 2. 3, 4. 



DAVID L. HECKMAN 

Bloomsburg 
Science. Mathematics 
Maroon ami Gold Band 1, 2, 3. Librarian 2 



Vi, 



President 3; Dramatic Club 1: Future Teachers of 
Vmerica 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3; Dav Men's Association 

i. 2.:;. 



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Upper row: 

HARRY M. HERMAN 

Sunbury 

English. Speech Arts 

Dramatic Club I; Aviation Club I. 



Loner row: 

RONALD A. KALER 

Millville 

Science, Mathematit s 

Men's Glee Club 1. 2; Science <4ul> I. 2; Future Teach- 
ers of America 4; Day Men's Association 1, 2, 3. 4. 



Science Chili 



WILLIAM F. HR1SKO 

Frackville 
Science, Social Studies 

4; Future Teachers "I America 4; 
Men's Association 4. 



Day 



CALVIN W. KANYUCK 

Glen Lyon 
General Science, Mathematics 

Dramatic Club 1. 2, .'.. 1: Science Club 2, 3, 4; Day 
Men's Association 1, 2. 3, I; College Crier 2; Alpha Psi 
Omega 3. 4; Maroon and Gold 3, 4; Lutheran Students 
Association 1, 2. 3, 1: Future Teachers of America 3, 4; 
Student Faculty fVssembl) Committee; Student Christian 
Association 4. 



DAVID WALTER JENKINS 

West Hazleton 
Social Studies, English 

Science Club 3: Dav Men's Association 3, I: Maroon 
and Gold 3; Obiter 3. 4; Phi Sigma Pi 4: Future 
Teachers of America 4: C. <•. \. Assembly Committee 3. 



NELSON H. KILE 

Wyoming 
Mathematics, Geography 

Men's Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Men's Dormitory Association 

1, 2; Day Men's Association 3, I: Gamma Theta Upsilon 

2, .'.. I. Treasurer t: Student Social and Recreation Com- 
mittee 2, Chairman 2; Future Teachers of America 

3, 4; Knox Fellowship 1. 2. 3, 1, 



EDWARD W. JOHNSON 

Mainville 

Science, Mathematics 

Vviation Club 1, 2; Football 3; Baseball 2. 3, 4: Day 
Men's Association 1. 2; Varsity Club 3. 4; Maroon and 
Gold Band 1: Future Teachers of America 4. 



RAYMOND J. KOZLOWSKI 

Killgsley 

Science, Social Studies, English 

Science Club 2. 3; Aviation Club 1; Future Teachers 
of America 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4. 





I pper 



JACK M. LENHART 

Bloomsburg 

Science, Mathematics 

Basketball 1; Baseball 1: Science Club 4; Varsity Chit 
(: Hay Men's Association 1, 2. 3. 4. 



Lower row: 

MARION V. PAYNE 

Williamsport 

English, French, Social Studies 

Athenaeum Club; Women's Chorus; Maroon and Gold: 
Knox Fellowship; Future Teachers of America. 



STANLEY LeVAN 
Bloomsburg 

Biological Science, Geogrup/n 

Baseball 1. 2, 3; Basketball 1: Aviation Club 1, 2. 3; 
Future Teachers of America 4: Day Men's Association 
1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club .'!. f: (iamma Theta Upsilon 1. 



JOHN JOSEPH PEFFER 

Kulpmont 
Science. Geography 

Future Teachers of America 3, 4, President 3; Gamma 
Theta Upsilon 3. 4: Aviation Club 1, 2. 3: Men's Dormi- 
tory Association 2. 3, 4; Science Club 1. 



ROYAL A. MILLER 

Bloomsburg 
Social Studies, Geography 

Yviation Club 1; Men's Glee Club 1; Soccer 1; Gamma 
Theta Upsilon 2. 



WILLIAM JOSEPH RADZWICH 

West Hazleton 
Social Studies. Geography 

Day Men's Association 1. 3, 4; Future Teachers ot 
America 4; Gamma Theta Epsilon 4; Track 3. 4; Varsity 
Club 4. 



DAVID TAYLOR NORTH 

Bloomsburt: 
Science. Social Studies 

Science Club I. 2, 3: Future Teachers of America 4; 
Bloomsburg Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Sigma Pi 4. 



FREDERICK C. RUMMAGE 

Hunlock Creek 
Science, Mathematics 

Science Club 2: Athenaeum Club 3: Future Teachers 
of America 4; Phi Sigma Pi 4: Kappa Delta Pi 4; 
Men's Dormitory Association. 



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/ /'/"■' 



ROY W. SANDERS 



Shamokin 

Science, Social Studies 

Men's Dormitory Association 1, 2. .">. 4; Science Club 
1, 2. 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Baseball 3. 



Lower row: 

DOROTHY M. STEC 
Mahanoy Plane 
English, French 

Newman Club I; Women's Chorus I. 2: Waller Hall 
Association 1. 2. 3, 4; Future Teachers of America I. 



EDWIN R. SIMPSON 

Berwick 

English, Speech Correction 

Men's < ihorus 1, 2: Olympian 1, 2, 3, Associate Editor; 
Sigma Alpha Eta 2, 3, President; Day Men's Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3. 



FRED L. STRAUSSER 
Bloomsburg 

Science, Social Studies 

Scie :ce Club 1, 2. 3: Day Men's Association 
1. 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 4. 



GEORGE A. SMITH 

Sunbury 

Speech Correction, Geography 

Dramatic Club 2. 3. 4. President 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3 
Athenaeum Club 2; Future Teachers of America '■',. 4 
Day Men's Association 1. 2, 3; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4 
Gamma Theta Upsilon 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4; Men's 
Dormitory Association 4: Track 1, 2. 



ROBERT L. THURSTON 

Sunbury 
Social Studies. Speech Correction 

Football 1. 2. 3, 4; Varsity Club 3; Men's Dormitory 
Association I. 2. 3, 4. 



EDWARD SNYDER 

Hazleton 
Social Studies, French 

Day Men's Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Glee Club 1; 
Science Club 2; Future Teachers of America 4; Gamma 
Theta Upsilon 4. 



JOHN F. TRISKO 

Hazleton 

Science, Mathematics 

Science Club; Aviation Club. 





I 



pper row: 



C. WALTER TROUTMAN 

Shamokin 
Biological Science, Mathematics 

Day Men'- Association 1. 2: \\iation Club 1, 2. 3, 4, 
Treasurer 2; Soccer 3; Junior Class Treasurer 3; Plii 
Sigma Pi 3. 4. \ ice President 4: Science Club 3. 4: 
Future Teachers of America 3. 1: Men'- Dormitory 
Association 3, 4. 



Loner row: 

NANCY B. WILLIAMS 

Ashland 
Soi ial Studies, Geography 

Athenaeum Club 1; Student Christian Association 1; 
Science Club 2. 3, Secretary 3; Gamma Theta Upsilon 
_'. 3, 1: Future Teachers of America 3. 4. 



\\ ILLIAM I. TROXELL 

Shamokin 

Science, Mathematics 

Aviatiin Club 3, 4; Business Education Club 3; 
Science Club 3, 4. 



ROBERT M. WOMER 

Pottsville 

Biological Science, Social Studies, English 

kii"\ Fellowship 1; Science Club 1: Men's Dormitory 
Association 2. 3: Athenaeum Club 4: Day Men's Asso- 
i ial i.in 1. I: Aviation Club 4: Future Teachers of 
America 4. 



JOHN I. WAGNER 

Mt. Carmel 
Science, Speech Correction 

Aviation < tub 3, 1: Alpha Psi Omega 3, 1; Future 
Teachers of America 4. 



JOHN EDW Mil) WHITE 

Bloomsburg 

Sot ial Studies, Spanish, English 

Science < Hub 1. 2. 



As ial i« 



GRAYDOIN C. WOOD 

Berwick 
Mathematics. Sciem e 

i Club 1. 2. 3, President; Dav Men's 
Association 1, 2, 3. 



WALTER WORHACZ 

Shamokin 
Speech (.titration. Six ial Studies 

Day Men'- Association 1, 2. 3. President 3: Dramatic 
Club 1. 2: Aviation Club 1. 2; Sigma Alpha Eta 1. 2; 
Business Education Club 2: Phi Sigma Pi 4: Future 
Teachers "I America 4. 



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.1 \\ll<;s \\ HIBLEY, THOM \S WllloNI 



DORIS BOWMAN, JOYCE MacDOl(.\l I 




RK.HVRD LAUX, MICHAEL DORAK 



WHO'S WHO 

IN AMERICAN COLLEGES 

AND UNIVERSITIES 

Seniors who make outstanding contribu- 
tions in service of the College Community are 
annually chosen by a faculty committee for 
recognition in Who's U ho in American Col- 
leges and Universities. Traits taken into con- 
sideration in making the awards are scholar- 
ship, leadership in educational and extra- 
curricular activities, general citizenship, and 
professional promise. 




RICHARD POWELL. UY.WW III KIT 



.OLA DEIBERT. ELE\N()K JOHNSON 




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Left to Right E. Bean, I). Newberry, \V. Kline, C. Brennan. 



Junior Class 



OFFICERS 



David Newbury - 
Ch vrles Brennan 
Erma Bean 
William Kline 
Claude Renninger 
Nancy Heebner 



President 

■ 1 ice President 

Secretary 

Treasurei 

Man Representative 
Woman Representative 



Class Adviser — Dr. KlMBER C. KuSTER 

With the Seniors necessarily attending to the various duties of 
student teaching and graduation, it becomes (he duty of the Junior Class to 
assume leadership, as upperclassmen, of the various campus activities. 
Juniors can he found in positions of responsibilty in student government, 
publications, sports, dramatics, and music. The Junior ("lass activities in- 
clude one of the main social events of the year, the Junior Prom, and 
procuremenl of college rings. 



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Junior Class Roll 



Adams. Clyde 
Aimers. Mary G. 
A\ re, Marjorie H. 
Baer. Elizabeth A. 
Barkely. Joseph 
Bartleson, William A. 
Bean. Erma R. 
Bcarde. Keith S. 
Hell. Clyde H. 
Benner, Lee 
Bickel, 1 1 \ in R. 
Bishop, Riehard 
Blyler, Donald N. 
Bodek, Sylvester V. 
Bogdan. John T. 
Boychuck, Daniel 
Boyle, Joseph E. 
Brennan, Charles M. 
Brooks. Harry P. 
Burness, Mrs. Vi\ ian 
Byham, William 
Caccia, Lena A. 



Camp. Kenneth M. 
Campbell, Edward J. 
Carmody, Shirley M. 
Castle. Robert J. 
Charney, Theresa L. 
Ciavaglia. Salvadore 
Cichowicz, Irene 
Condon. Mary C. 
Conwell, Ann T. 
Cooke, LaRue A. 
Coursen, Ha M. 
Croop, Roy 
Cliff. Joanne R. 
Cunfer, Edwin W. 
Cyganowski, Alfred J. 
D'Angelo, Ronald 
Danilo, Rosella 
Davis, Clare 
Dean, Mary Ellen 
DeCampi, Helen K. 
Diltz. Leona I. 
DiRico, John M. 



Doty, James E. 
Dowd, Robert 
Duke. Ben C. 
Dm so, Michael J. 
Dyer, Palmer E. 
Edwards, Harry R. 
Endler, Irene J. 
Erickson. N. Douglas 
Evans, Richard 
Ewing, C. Richard 
Fago, Stephen 
Feifer. Joseph 
Felker, Madge 
Ferdinand, James 
Fisher, William G. 
Fitzpatrick, Daniel 
Formulak. Loretta 
Fornwald. JoAnn 
Fulmer, Thurston S. 
Gembusia, John M. 
Gerhard, Robert A. 
Goodhart, Edward 



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Goodwin, Thomas 
Gordner, Arlene G. 
Graybill, Gilmore 
Grazel, Marie R. 
Greco, Juan 
(.nlick. Barbara A. 
Haas. Robert V. 
Hale. Roberl E. 
Harding, Delores 
Harris, Robert E. 
Halrack. \\ illiam 
Hayhurst, Douglas 
Heacock, Anna C. 
Heebner, Nancy 
Heppe, Grace 
Herchel, Regina M. 
1 lf\ <lfii iciih. Fred C. 
Hileman, Mrs. \\ innie 
Hons, Russell 
Hosier. Mrs. Marger) 
Hummel, R. Eugene 
Hvasta. Susan 
Johnson, Janice E. 
Johnson, Jimmie D. 
Johnson, Thomas J. 
Jones, Richard H. 
Jones, Wilma 
Kallenliach. Mai \ 
Kelley, Vnne 
Kennedx. John 
Kerschner, Herbert R. 
Mine. \\ illiam H. 
Knause, Richard C. 
Koharski, Alex P. 
Krunkosky, Joseph 
Krunkosky, Mary Lou 
Ksanznak, Lawrence R. 
Kubik, Alex W. 
LaBarr. Robert L. 
Lambrinos, George 
Lang, Roberl 



Linkchorst, David 
Linn. Edward I!. 
Linn. \\ illiam I!. 
Locke. Richard 
Long, Mildred J. 
MacGill, Leonora M. 
Makouski. Clem 
Marini. I!, lleni'x 
McAnall. Kenneth H. 
McClintock. Donald 
McQuown, Nil a J. 
Megargel, Myrtele 
Meier, Joseph 
Meisner, Rita 
Mensch, Walter 
Meredith. Donald E. 
Mervine, Mildred A. 
Miller. Jeanne L. 
Mincemover. John 
Moore. Robert 
Morgan, Phyllis 
Morrison, M. Eugene 
Moss. Ogden 
New bur) . Da\ id 
\e\. Leland E. 
Neyhard, Miriam L. 
Ohlman, M. Elaine 
Palko. Michael J. 
Paternoster, Doris 
Patton, Mary E. 
Pauzer, Edwin L. 
Pease. Charle- F. 
Pichel. June 
Pihanich, Michael 
Pliscott. Mildred 
Price, Robert I. 
Quick, Alice J. 
Raabe, Raymond R. 
Raker, Warren L. 
Reaser. Suzy W. 
Reisenweaver, Shirlej 
Rennineer, Claude \\ . 



Rhoads, Nam \ Lou 
Rittenmeyer, Jai k 
Roberts, Fa\ I. 
Roll, Theodore 
Rompala, Edward 
Sable. Edward \. 
Scrimgeour, John S. 
Sharp, James H. 
Si\ ulich. John 
Skeeba, Jean A. 
Soberick. Jack 
Speal, Elizabeth 
Stefanik, Thomas 
Stevenson, Robert 
Stinei. Martha 
Stoutenburgh, \\ illiam 
Swaboski, Alexander 
Swartz. Nellie 
Taylor, C. Howard 
Thomas, Ruth 
Thompson, James \\ . 
Todd, Mary Lou 
Verhousky, liuss 
\\ .inner. Ray mond J. 
Wallace. Jeanne \. 
\\ alsh. Thomas A. 
Wanick. Robert G. 
\\ asiakowski, Joseph 
\\ atkins, Doroth) 
Weaver. Edward P. 
\\ ersinger, Joan 
\\ esner, Ufred V. 
Whitebread, Harold 
Williams, Albert 
\\ illiams, Bessmarie 
Williams, Sheldon 
\\ rzesniewski, Mildred 
\\ \ nings. Shirley 
^ eager. Samuel R. 
Zeigenfuse, \rdell 
Zerbv. Alton S. 



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First Row, Left to Right— J. Scrimgeou 

C. Andrews, I. Ciehowlcz. 
Second Row E. Berry, M. Crisci. 



Sophomore Class 



OFFICERS 



Charles Andrews 
John Scrimgeour 
Irene Cichowicz 
Edgar Berry 
Michael Crisci 
Elaine Gunther 



President 

- I ice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Man Representative 

Woman Representative 



Class Adviser — Miss Honora I\o\ks 



As students reach the Sophomore Class level, they come to realize their 
important positions. A bit higher than Freshmen, they act as guides when- 
ever possible; a little less than Juniors and Seniors, they are eager to assume 
responsibility and fit even more tightly into the pattern of life at Bloomsburg. 
The main social event of the year is the always successful Sophomore 
Cotillion. 



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Sophomore Class Roll 



Aagaard, Stanley 
Albertson, Myra E. 
Anderson, John A. 
Andrews. Charles R. 
Anspach, Terry 
Benner, Gloria E. 
Bennett, Louis G. 
Berry, Edgar F. 
Bittner, Anna K. 
Boyle, Patricia E. 
Bushick, Robert E. 
Carson, William L. 
Cherrington, John 
Chisccm, Alfred J. 
Cleaver. Colleen 
( Iranmer, \\ illiam E. 
Creasy, George William 
Crisci, Michael R. 



Czerwinski, Antoinette 
Dennen, John E. 
DePaul, Mary A. 
Doyle, Dolores A. 
Dreibelbis, Mary R. 
Edwards, Patricia L. 
Ervvine. Sheldon 
Eunson, E. Faith 
Eveland, Shirley 
Fedrigon. Olive J. 
Fink. Mary A. 
Froncek, Joseph 
Fry, Judith E. 
Fry, Ruth Ann 
Garrison. Robert 
( iav in. Francis P. 
Gengenbach, Ann 
Glosek, Joseph 
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Grant. Rose Marie 
Gray, Harry G. 
Gunther, Elaine C. 
Gunton. Nancy L. 
Gurzynski, Frank 
Hantjis, Anthony 
Haupt. Margaret 
Havard. Joan M. 
Heislev, Joanne K. 
Hendershot, Thelma A. 
Hess, Patricia A. 
Dinger. Carl k. 
Hoffman, Sara J. 
Houseknecht. Gerald 
lies, Joseph 
Jacobs, William 
Johnson, John C. 
Jones. Blandford 



Jour-. \lerl\ n \\ . 

Kallenbach, George 
Kapsak, Edward 
Kelshaw, Joan M. 
Kessler, .lames L. 
Kirk. Kenneth (',. 
Kissinger, Flora .1. 
Kissinger. Joseph I). 
Knecht, Alfred C. 
Kocher, George E. 
Kopec, Jerome S. 
Korba, Rose M. 
Kornfeld, Anna \l. 
Ksanznak, Stanley L. 
Laidacker, John 
Latimer, Vi illiam 
Ledyard, Mary 
Lesser, James 
Lewis. Thomas R. 
Logan. Robert H. 
Longo, Edmund M. 
Makowski. Pin His 
Marr. Howard 
Martz, Mary Ann 
McCauley. Je\ ita 
McLaren. Phyllis 
McManus, Albert 
Mont. Bernard J. 
Montague, Ruth A. 
Morgan, Margaret 
Mover, Arlene E. 



Nemetz, John W. 
Neugard. Mae 
Newhart, Jean E. 
Noll. Margaret L. 
\o/. Nancy L. 
\iinn. \\ illiam E. 
O'Donnell, Jean 
O'Loughlin, Patricia 
Ondrula, Joseph E. 
Oney, Robert C. 
Osevala, Barney J. 
Ottaviani, William 
Parrish. Marie 
Pugh, Janice 
Rhoads. Charles 
Rhodes. Russell 
Richardson, Donald 
Rowley, Thomas J. 
Ruffing, Charles J. 
Ruppel, Karol 
Schaar, John A. 
Schmidt, Roland ('.. 
Schullery, Louise 
Scclcy. Jane E. 
Shaffer, John E. 
Shamro. Jean B. 
Shultz, Margaret E. 
Skammer, David J. 
Slembarsky, Jacob 
Smith. Keith A. 
Smulyan, Arthur 



Snierski, Rosemai j 
Soberick, Feme \. 

StaufTer. Douglas 
Steinbach, Ronald 
Superdock, Da\ id 
Swigonski, Joseph 
Teter, Catharine 
Tiliuont, John J. 
Tovey, Nancy E. 
Traver. Jeanette E. 
Trocki, Daniel B. 
Troy, James D. 
Uhrich. Sarae 
Vanderslice. Bett) 
VonDrach, Robert 
Vought. Carol I). 
Wagner. Kenneth D. 
Walters. Margaret 
Walters, Shirley 
Watts, Sarah 
Williams. Floyd C. 
Williams. Harriet 
Williams, Mary J. 
Williamson, Leota 
Wirth, Jay S. 
Wolfe. Stephen 
Wolfe, William Allen 
Yeager, Betty 
^ encha, Shirley 
Yesson, Charles 
Zahora, Joseph 



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Front Row, L> it to Right 11. Rainey, 

R. Gillman, K. Holtzman. 
Buck Row \1. Moran, K. McKay. 



Freshman (lass 



OFFICERS 



Keith \lckn 
Michael Moran 

III III GlLLM W 

Robert Raines 

Rudolph Hoi.tzm \\ 
Fred Del Monte 
I! \ i ; [ : \ i ; \ J \ WES 



P resiilem 

■ I 'ice President 

Secretai \ 

Treasurer 

Historian 

Man Representative 

II oman Representative 



Class Adviser -Mrs. Charles Beeman 

Always the largest class, the Freshmen are also the most willing to learn 
how lo assume their role as college men and women. Even with many ad- 
justments to lie made in their new life at Bloomsburg, the Freshmen still find 
lime lo sponsor the Frosh Hop as their contribution lo the social life of the 
col lege. 



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Freshman Class Roll 



Adams. Thomas 
\ngus, John ]). 
Arnold, Shirle) \. 
Aurand, Robert L. 
BabeLski, Robert A. 
Baiamonte, Andrew 
Baker. Oren A. 
Balent, Eleanor 
Bangs, \ane\ M. 
Barnes, Dorothy A. 
Batey, George D. 
Bauer, Constance M. 
Bauer, Judith 
Belinsky, <Ubert T. 
Belock, Michalene 
Berdy, Carolyn 
Betz, Fredric J. 
Bidelspach, Francis \. 



Bishop, l!\ ion 
Bitler, Marguerite 
Bogardus, Marion E. 
Bogart. Lynda M. 
Boiling, Judith M. 
Bond, Carole Ann 
Bower, Janice B. 
Bra.e, Ethel M. 
Brandt, James 
Bucher. Barbara \. 
Buchwash, Vincent 
Burlingame, Allene 
Burrows, Louise M. 
Cain, Paul M. 
Carey, Roberl 
Chapin, Joan M. 
Childs, Edward 
Coates, Gerald S. 
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Cole, Ronald L. 
Colone, Joseph 
Connolley, Edward I. 
Cook, Jean L. 
Cornell, Richard 
Couch, Ronald J. 
Cumens, Robert E. 
Curilla, Joan A. 
Czeck, John J. 
Davis, Charles 
Davis, Thomas 
DelMonte. Fred B. 
Derk. George \\ . 
Den. Druscilla M. 
Devereux, Stephen 
DeWolfe. Robert 
Dotter, Sharon L. 
Doughert) . ( \ ril 1!. 



Dreese, \nna L. 
Eckart, Harvey 
Ellinger, William 
Ellis. Rebecca A. 
Eunson. Elizabeth 
Evans, Jeananne 
Fisher, Alice 
Flack, Patricia 
Flaugh, Donald 8. 
Forschner, Richard 
Frace. Charles R. 
Franklin, A. Paul 
Franks, Paul J. 
Frey, Aileen G. 
Fry, Loretta N. 
Galanti, Anthony V. 
Garinger, R. Arnold 
Gerosky, Eileen H. 
Gill, Cma R. 
Gillman, Ruth 
Girdauskas, Rae B. 
Gobster, Marlene 
Goodell, Carolyn R. 
Grabowski, Richard 
Griffiths. Jean E. 
Grutza, Frank 
Guinard, Theresa B. 
Gurzynski, Archie 
Gydosh, Rita 
Haas, Mollie 
Haddon, Donna 
Halcovich, John 
Hall, Elizabeth 
Hamershock, Kenneth 
Harding, Paul I). 



Harris. Gloria M. 
Heise, Loretta 
Hendershot, Raymond 
Henning, Mary E. 
Herbert. Thomas R. 
Herre, George M. 
Hidlay, Kenneth 
Hill, William J. 
Hiller, Sherrill 
Hines, David 
Hippensteel, Mollie 
Histed, Grace 
Hoffman, Bett\ J. 
Holdren, Gertrude A. 
Holtzman, Rudolph V. 
Hoover, Betty M. 
Home, Hope II. 
Home, Virginia G. 
Horning. Cornelia 
Hughes. Janet A. 
Hurtt. Richard 
Ikeler, Alfred E. 
Ives, Patricia C. 
James. Barbara L. 
Janowczyk, Frank A. 
Johnson. Dolores I. 
Johnston. John E. 
Katchi, Jean J. 
Kanaskie. Ronald B. 
Kanyok, Joan L. 
[Carol, Eugene 
Karycki, Victor J. 
Keiper, Florence 
Kinder. Joseph E. 
KlimoN ich, Eugene J. 



Koval, Joseph 
Krapf. J. S\l\ia 
Krause, John L. 
Krum. Shirley A. 
Kuliik. Mai \ Louise 
Kwak. Joseph J. 
Laine, Clarence 
LaSorsa, Marie L. 
Ledger, Rex 
Lenio, John 
Leonard, John C. 
Levan, Donald 
Lewi.-. Mary G. 
Lubnow, Francis 
Luchs, James 
Lukac, June E. 
Mahoney. James E. 
Martz. Charles \Y. 
Masanovich, George 
Mayo, George R. 
McCauley, Jacqueline 
McCormick, Joanne 
McGee, Edward J. 
McKay, Keith 
McLaughlin. Charles 
McNelis, Donald T. 
Mensinger, Marx G. 
Mihaly, John 
Mihocko, June M. 
Mileuski. Dolores 
Miller. Reed 
Miller. Robert E. 11. 
Mincer. Jeannetta 
Montague. Florence 
Moian. Michael 



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Moran, Nanc) A. 
Morgan, Mar) 
Morgan, Sall\ 
Morris. Mark G. 
Nolan, Edward G. 
Norquest, Robert 0. 
Novick, Eleanor M. 
O'Braitis, Mary E. 
Ondrula, Rudy 
On. Grace D. 
Paige. Phyllis E. 
Palushock, Edward 
Palutis, Joan H. 
Panichello, John 
Patterson, E. Joan 
Paul, Ruth E. 
Payne, Patricia 
Persing, Thomas 
Phillips, Patricia I. 
Phillips, Sherrill 
Plafcan, Robert B. 
Pope, Charles G. 
Pozzebon. Louise 
Rainey, Robert G. 
Rainey. Theodore 
Reinsmith. George 
Rhodes, Paul H. 
Richards, Donald G. 
Rinehimer, Shirley 



Rohrbach, Relda M. 
Romanell, Mildred 
Rowland, Mary A. 
Rumer, Claude W. 
Rutkoski, Helen C. 
Sadowski, Doris A. 
Sanders, Thomas E. 
Schalles, Joyce E. 
Schell, George A. 
Schickley, Nancy L. 
Schmidt, Alton W. 
Schofield, Joyce L. 
Semanski, Alberta J. 
Seybert, Jerry 
Shamp, Charles B. 
Shemanski, Joseph J. 
Shiner. Donald S. 
Shupp, Carol 
Shuttlesworth, Robert 
Siblv, John 
Sick, Lois E. 
Smith. Donald E. 
Smith, Hollej 
Smith. Malcolm 
Sneidman, W. Carl 
Snyder, Ann E. 
Snyder, Nancy M. 
Snyder, Robert F. 



Steiner, James P. 
Steiner, Joseph A. 
Stewart, Harley 
Stoehr, Charlotte 
Szerafinski, Lura 
Taylor. Charles F. 
Thomas, Barbara 
Thomas, Donald W. 
Tregellas, Shirley 
Tuckett, James 
Vacante, Frank 
Verano, Ralph C. 
Wagner, Janet R. 
Wagner, William 
Walburn, Allen B. 
Wallace, Constance 
Walp, Nancy A. 
Walter, Bernice 
Walter, Marjorie A. 
Ward. Harry A. 
Wayne, Raymond 
Weaver, Evelyn M. 
Welliver, Thomas 
Westover. Robert 
Wiik, Glenn 
Williams, Nancy S. 
Yost, Carolyn A. 
Yozviak, Janice 
Zimmerman, Mary B. 



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"As soon as public service ceases tc 
be the chief business of the citizens, 
and they would rather serve with 
their money than with their persons, 
the State is not far from its fall. 7 " 

-Jiv\\ .1 \< <,u ks Roissf.u . 1712-1 77!J 





ivities 





Community Government Association 

The Community Government Association is comprised of the 
entire student body. The Association's objectives are carried out 
by the College Council, which i> composed of student and fatuity 
representatives whose duty consists of recommending policies for 
all student activities. The College Community benefits from the 
exchange of ideas made possible by communication with the organ- 
izations of other colleges. 



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r 9 p c : n (Wyrmri i 

Seated, Left to Right— M. Macdonald, H. Kerschner, H. Hurtt, 
('. Davis. |{. Looker, H. Marini, D. Newbury, I). Harding. 
Klintiliiui K. McKay. M. disci. P. Abbott, F. Del Monte, M. 
Bourdette, ('. Andrews. E. Johnson, T. Anthony, N. Heebner, 
.1. Ilndi, E. Hanson, M. Harring, E. Hazen, E. Gunther, B. 
. lames. K. Hallisy, M. Kehr, R. Burns, T. North. 

Community Government Association 

OFFICERS 

Russell Looker President 

Henry Marini - Vice President 

Clare Davis ------- . Secretary 

Henry Hurtt - Treasurer 

Herbert Kerschner - - Assistant Treasurer 



FACULTY MEMBERS 





Dr. North 


Miss Macdonald 


Miss Hazen 


>**% 


Dr. Kehr 


Miss Ranson 


Dr. Engelhardt 


mP 


Ml. Horh 


Mr. Redman 
Dr. Herre 


Mr. Hallisy 


RUSSELL LOOKER 








Presiilt nt 




STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES 






Thomas Anthony 


Charles Andrews 


Barbara James 




Margaret Bourdette 


Michael Crisci 


Priscilla Abbott 




Robert Bums. 


Elaine Gunther 


Delores Harding 




Dave Newbury 


Keith McKay- 


Walter Worhacz 




Claude Renninger 


Fred DelMonte 


Eleanor Johnson 




Nancy Heebner 




Maynard Harrin 



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Phi Si « 111a Pi 

OFFICERS 

Claude Renninger • - President 

Walter Troutman - - - Vice President 

Charles Brennan - - - Secretary 

VlNCENT NAWKOCKI .... . . Treasurer 

Mr. Reams - ... . Advisei 

The Iota Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi, a National Professional 
Educational Fraternity for men. was installed at Bloomsburg State 
Teachers College on April 26. 1930. The three basic principles 
upon which Phi Sigma Pi is founded are: Fellowship, scholarship, 
and professional skill. Members of the Fraternity are -elected on 
the basis of leadership in both professional and social life. 



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Pi Omega Pi 

OFFICERS 

Dale Bennett President 

James Wuibley - Vice President 

Geraldine Funk - - Secretary 

Mr. Gehrig idvisei 

Members of the Department of Business Education who have shown 
high professional promise and have demonstrated superior scholastic 
ratings are eligible for membership in Pi Omega Pi. The Alpha Delta 
Chapter of the National Professional Education Fraternity was installed 
at Bloomsburg Slate Teachers College on May 28. 1935. Since that time 
it has consistently promoted, extended, and created interest and scholar- 
ship in commerce. In addition, il encourages and fosters high ethical 
standards and teaches the ideal of service as the basis ol all worthy 
enterprise. Outstanding among Pi Omega Pi's activities ol its past year 
was the radio program which presented the story of our fraternity on the 
campus. 




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Kappa Delta Pi 



OFFICERS 

Maynard L. Hxrring 

Priscilla Abbott 

Barbara Harman, Margaret Roirdette 

Marilyn Li m>i 

Richard Powell 

Jeanne Ruckle - - 

Clifton Clarridce, Henry Marini 

Dr. Nell Malpin ... - 



- President 

I ice President 

Recording Secretaries 

Corresponding Secretary 

Treasurer 

Historian-Reporter 

Program Chairmen 

Counselor 



Kappa Delta Pi is a National Honor Society in Education. The 
Gamma Beta Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, was installed at the State Teachers 
College, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, on February 21. 1931. Membership 
is extended to those Junior and Senior students who have commendable 
personal qualities and worthy ideals and whose cumulative grade- are in 
the upper quarlile of the composite grade of the institution. 

The purpose of the fraternity is to encourage high professional, intel- 
lectual, and personal standards; to recognize a high degree of professional 
fellowship among its members and to quicken professional growth 1>\ 
honoring achievemenl in educational work. 



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Kappa Delta Pi 



The following 
Abbott. Priscilla 
Allen, Jean 
Anthony, Thomas 
Bean, Erma 
Ben. Adam 
Benner. Lee 
Bennett. Dale 
Blyler. Donald 
Blvler. George 
Bourdette. Margaret 
Bowman, Doris 
Brennan. Charles 
Burns, John 
Cannon. James 
Carey. Harold 
Carmody, Shirley 
Cesare, Donald 
Cherilla. Rocco 
Ciampi, Anthony 
Ciavaglia, James 
Clarridge. Clifton 
Coleman. Shirles 
Condon. Mary 
Cunfer. Edwin 
Danilo. Rosella 
Davis. Clarabelle 
Da\ is, Stewart 
Dean. Mary Ellen 



students are members of Kappa 
Domaleski, Rose Marie 
Dorak, Michael 
Duke, Ben 
Edwards. Harr\ 
Edwards, Richard 
Evans, Marilyn 
Ewing, C. Richard 
Fenstermacher, Han\ 
Fisher. William 
Fitzpatrick, Daniel 
Fogel, Glenn 
Foley. M. ha 
Fornwald. Jo Ami 
Fulmer, Thurston 
Funk. Geraldine 
Galiley, Leonard 
Galinski. Francis 
Gillespie. William 
Glidden. Ruth 
Goodwin, Thomas 
Groff, Bertha 
Gulick. Barbara 
Haddon. John 
Harman. Barbara 
Hairing. Maynard 
Hemlock. Michael 
Herchel, Regina 
Heckman. David 



Delta Pi : 
Hessert, Barbara 
Hornberger, Lester 
Hurtt. Hem\ 
Johnson. Barbara 
Johnson. Janice 
Jones. Wilma 
Kozlowski. Raxmond 
Ksanznak. Lawrence 
[Cubic, Alex 
Laux, Richard 
Linn. William 
Long, Mildred June 
Lundy, Marilyn 
MacGill, Leonora 
Marini. Heni\ 
Matuleski. Charlotte 
McClintock, Donald 
Mouery, Olive 
Nawrocki, Vincent 
Newman, Lois 
Osenback, Robert 
Paternoster. Dori> 
Pease. Charles 
Pichel. June 
Pihanich, Michael 
Powell, Richard 
Price, Robert 
Quick, Alice 



Raker. Warren 
Rider. Janice 
Ruckle. Jeanne 
Rummage, Fred 
Russell, Donald 
Scrimgeour, John 
Sherman. Barbara 
Shultz, Carl 
Slikes. Edward 
Sluyter, Joyce 
Soberick, Jack 
Speal, Elizabeth 
Slanitskie. Francis 
Strausser. Fred 
Swartz. Vim \ 
Thomas. Harvev 
Thomas, Ruth 
Todd, Mary Louise 
\\ allace, Jeanne 
Wanick, Robert 
W atkins, Dorothy 
Weinstein, Philip 
\\ ersinger, Joan 
\\ hibley, James 
\\ hitebread. Harold 
Wrzniewski, Mildred 
Yozviak, Marie 
Zerby, Alton 



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Alpha Psi Omega 



OFFICERS 



Jean Ruckle 

Laura Philo 

Peggy Dorsavage 

Miss Stolp, Miss Johnston 



Preside n I 

I ice President 

Treasurer 

Advisers 



The Alpha Omicron Chapter of Alpha Psi Omega, a National 
Honorary Fraternity in Dramatics, provides encouragement and 
recognition for students who arc interested in dramatics and the 
college theater. The chapter here at Moomsburg i> composed <>l 
those members ol the Bloomsburg Players who have done com- 
mendable work in dramatics. 




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Gamma Theta Upsilon 

OFFICERS 

Frank Furcele - - President 

Nancy Williams - - Secretary 

NELSON Kile - Treasurer 

Mr. Sterling Advisei 

The Delta Chapter oi Gamma Theta Upsilon, a Professional 
Geography Fraternity, seeks to bring a closer bond of fellowship 
among undergraduate students of geography, and to promote the 
professional study of the subject. Membership in Gamma Theta 
Upsilon is extended to students of geography who show professional 
promise and give evidence ol high character and ideals. 



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Sigma Alpha Eta 

OFFICERS 
Jack Simpson - President 

Vwcl HEEBNER - Vice President 

Marilyn Lundy - Recording Secretary 

Olive Mourey • Corresponding Secretary 

.Ion \ II addon - • Treasurer 

Miss Johnston Adviser 

Iota Chapter of Sigma Alpha Eta was organized on the- campus of 
Bloomsburg State Teachers College February 19. 1951. The purpose of 
this national organization i- to create and stimulate an interest among 
college students in the field of speech and hearing; to encourage profes- 
sional growth by providing learning experiences not offered in the formal 
course structure; to foster a spirit of unity by co-ordinating the interests 
,ind rliini- ill pcr-ons with a common goal; bj offering opportunities Im 
social and professional fellowship; by providing situations in which students 
and faculty can work together as a team to advance the profession as a 
whole; to aid in building wholesome public relations with other college 
departments and with local organizations interested in knowing about 
die field of speech and hearing. Membership i- divided into two classes. 
Kc\ and Vssociate, according to academic standing and work done in the 
held. 

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Business Education Club 

OFFICERS 

Francis Galinski President 

Richard Knause - - Vice President 

MILDRED WrZENIEWSKI - Secretary 

Warren Rarer - - - Treasurer 

Mr. Rygiei. - - Adviser 

The Business Education Club, one of the largest and most 
active organizations on campus, lias sponsored through the year a 
number of socially and educationally interesting programs. The 
purpose of the club is primarily that of enlarging the business 
education experiences of its members through extracurricular acti- 
vities. Through such activities as the Business Education commer- 
cial contest for high schools, a project in which the club assists, 
high school students are acquainted v\ilh the type ol professional 
work developed at Bloomsburg. 




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Waller Hall Association 

OFFICERS 

Eleanor Johnson President 

\1 un Ellen 1)i \n - Vice President 

\l IRGARET Boi RDETTK. Secretary 

NELLIE SWARTZ - - Treasurer 




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Waller Hall Association 

The Waller Hall Association is composed <>l all women dor- 
mitory residents. The Association strives to make living in Wallet- 
Hall a pleasant, cheerful, and cooperative experience. The func- 
tions of the Association are carried out through the Governing 
Board assisted by the Dean and Assistant Dean of Women. Various 
committees cany out the social and educational programs. 




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Women's Chorus 

OFFICERS 

Lola Jean Deibert - President 

MvRA Albertson - - Vice President 

Florence Mertz Secretary 

Barbara Hessert ... . . Treasurei 

Olive Jean Fredigon. Mary Ledyard Librarians 

Mr. Smith - - Directoi 



I 



m 



?■• 



v> 







The Women's Chorus is one of the largest and most active 
organizations on campus. The group appears at various time- 
throughout the year in chapel exercises and radio programs. The 
highlight of the year is the annual Christmas program. 




Women's Chorus 





MEMBERS 






First S 


oprano 




Albertson, Myra 


Fedrigon, Olive Jean 


Ledyard. Man 


Semanski, Alberta 


Bogart, Lynda 


Fink, Mary Ann 


Lukac. June 


Slicker. La Rue 


Bucher, Barbara 


Fry. Loretta 


Martini, Doris 


Stoehr, Charlotte 


Caecia, Lee Ann 


Fry, Ruth Ann 


Matuleski. Charlotte 


Snyder, Ann 


Chapin. Joan 


Guliek. Barbara 


Mervine. Mildred 


Swartz, Nanc) 


Edwards, Patricia 


Gunton, Nancy 


Mertz, Florence 


Vanderslice, Belly 


Eunson, Elizabeth 


Gillman, Ruth 


O'Loughlin. Patricia 


Vought. Carol 


Eunson. Faith 


Kelshaw, Joan 


Olt. Grace 


Yencha, Shirley 


Evans. Jeananne 


Krapf, Sylvia 


Noll, Pegg) 






Second 


Soprano 




Barnes. Dorothy 


Gerosky, Eileen 


Hoffman, Belt\ 


Patton. Clara 


Bower. Janice 


Girdauskas, Rae 


Hoffman. Sarah 


Schickley, Nancy 


Brace. Ethel 


Gobster. Marlene 


Horning, Cornelia 


Snierski, Rose 


Brobst, Annabelle 


Grant, Rosemarie 


Korba, Rose 


Traver, Jeannette 


Coursen. Ida Mae 


Heacock. Carol \n 


McCormick, Joanne 


Wagner. Janet 


Curilla, Joan 


Haupt, Margaret 


Miller, Jeanne 


Watkins, Dorothy 


Dreese, Anna 


Histed, Grace 


Ohlman, Elaine 


Williams. Joyce 


Derr, Druscilla 






Williams. Man J 




First 


Alto 




Balent. Eleanor 


Harris, Gloria 


Novick. Eleanor 


Swartz, Nellie 


Bauer. Constance 


Hoover. Betty 


O'Braitis. Mary 


Sick. Lois 


Bitler. Peggy 


keiper, Florence 


O'Donnell, Jean 


Taylor. Patricia 


Bogardus. Marion 


Lewis. Mary 


Patton. Mary Elizabeth 


Thomas. Ruth 


Conwell. Ann 


Mincer. Jeannette 


Paul. Ruth ' 


Ulrich, Sarae 


Gill, Cora 


Morgan. Salh 


Phillips. Patricia 


Williams. Nancy 


Grazel. Marie 


Newhart, Jean 


Schullery, Louise 






Second Alio 




Charney, Theresa 


De Paul. Mary 


Heppe. Grace 


Kornfeld, Ann 


Dean. Mary Ellen 






Sadowski, Doris 




Men's Glee Club 



MEMBERS 



l)i,k Powell 
John Bogdan 



First Tenor 

Clyde Bell 
Thomas Johnson 



Frank Janowizyk 
Robert Lewis 



I nomas Vdams 
Alfred Chiscon 
Gerald Houseknechl 
Raymond Raabe 



Second Tenet 

Bob Westovei 
Bill Latimer 
Malcolm Smith 
Howard Mail 



Atwood Badman 
Kenneth Hamershock 
Hollej Smith 
Richard Forschner 



\lex Koharski 
John Sibl) 

Donald Smith 



Baritone 

Charles Pope 
Mike Moran 
Donald McNelis 



Frank \ acante 
George Derk 
Richard Hurtt 



\l«\ Lnhik 
Karol Ruppel 
Joseph Kinder 



Bass 

Keith McKaj 
Thomas Vnthon) 
James Mahon) 



Steve Devereux 

\'>en L\nn 
Da\ id Hines 



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Men's Glee Club 

OFFICERS 

\ik\ Kubik President 
Karol Ruppel • ' '"' President 

Alkx Koharski Secretary 

DONALD Smith - Treasurer 

Thomas Johnson, Malcolm Smith - Librarians 

Mr. Ralph Fisher Smith Directoi 




The Men's Glee Club, an enthusiastic choral organization on 
campus, is in the hands <>f a new and capable director this year- 
Mr. Smith. The Glee Club presents several concerts each year in 
addition l<> a number of off-campus engagements. One ol the mosl 
impressive choral presentations of the year is the annual combined 
chorus Christmas program in which the Glee Club joins with the 
Women's Chorus. 



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Future Teachers of America 

OFFICERS 

Adam Ben - President 

MlCHAEL Dorak I First Semester) - - - Vice President 

Maynard Harring (Second Semester I Vice President 

Doris Paternoster ..... . Secretary 

John Burns Treasurer 

Dr. Engelhardt, Mr. Hallisy, Miss Hazen • - Advisers 



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Future Teachers of America 

Chapters of Future Teachers of America are organized under 
the auspices of the National Education Association. F. T. A. has 
as its purpose the acquainting of teachers in training with the prob- 
lems of the profession in order to interest the best type of men 
and women in education as a career. Membership is open to any 
student with an interest in the advancement of education. 




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Science Club 



The Science Club is one of the largest organizations on the 
campus. The chief aims of the club are to promote interest in 
science and afford its members opportunitj to enlarge their knowl- 
edge and experience through scientific lectures and demonstrations. 
The recent acceleration of scientific progress has given the club a 
diversity of material that has led to the presentation oi programs 
of unusual interest and value. Highlight of the club's activity i> 
[he animal Held trip and picnic taken each spring. 




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Science Club 



OFFICERS 



First Semester 
Maynard Harrinc - President 

Adam Ben - - / ice President 

Joyce MacDoucall • Secretary 

Ruth Thomas - Treasurer 

William Fisher Program Chairman 

Dr. Kuster. Mr. Lanterman - Advisers 

Elizabeth Baer Maroon and Gold Reportei 



Sera ml Semester 
William Fisher - - President 

Leon Coval / ice President 

Elizabeth Baer - - Secretary 

Ruth Thomas - Treasurer 

John Scrimegeour • Program Chairman 

Dr. Kuster, Mr. Lanterman - Advisers 

REGINA HERCHEL Maroon and Cold Reporter 





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Bloomsburg Players 





OFFICERS 




First Semester 




Second Semester 




George Smith - 


President 


K\ROL RlPPEL - 


President 


ROSELLA DANILO 


1 ice President 


Robert Von Drach 


Vice President 


Jeanne Miller • 


Secretary 


Joanne Cuff 


Secretary 


Lee Ann Caccia 


- Treasurer 


Lee Ann Caccia 


■ Treasurer 


Miss Johnston - 


- Adviser 


Miss Stolp 


■ Adviser 



The Bloomsburg Players is the College dramatics group. Through 
plays produced at weekly meetings under student directors, a workshop 
is provided for those students interested in the various aspects of dra- 
matics. In addition to presenting plays for the College Community, the 
group also participates in radio programs and presents plays in nearby 
communities. 



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Day Men's Association 

The membership oi the Day Men's Association includes all non-dor- 
mitory male members of the student body. Its primary purpose is to give 
the Day Men representation in student government and to afford opportu- 
nity to formulate policies for the group's benefit. Besides its administrative 
functions, the Association also sponsors several social affairs, one of which 
is a dance for the entire College Community. 






r> r> €)& 



f>a 




OFFICERS 




Walter Worhacz 


President 


William Fisher 


1 ice President 


Robert Garrison 


- Secretary 


Lester Hornberger 


Treasurer 


Dr. Herre 


Advisei 



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Day Women's Association 

The Day Women's Association is made up of all the non-dormitory 
women members of the student body. The Day Women's Rooms on the 
first floor of Noetling Hall have recently been refurnished. These rooms 
consist of office and study, a lounging room, and a lunch room with a 
modern electric unit. 

The purpose of the organization is to promote and protect the interests 
of day women and make them feel that they are a real part of the College 
Community. Each year the association sponsors social events for it> mem- 
bers and their guests and engages in welfare work during the Christmas 
Season. 



OFFICERS 




Delores Harding 


- President 


Elaine Gunther 


1 ice President 


Phyllis Morgan 


- Secretary 


Jean Ruckle 


Treasurer 


Miss Ranson 


Adviser 




Left to Right— -E. Gunther, P. Makowski, 
1). Harding, B. Yeager, .1. Ruckle, P. Mor- 
gan, K. Thomas, .1. Vanderslice, 



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Men's Dormitory Association 

OFFICERS 

MAYNARD L. FURRING - President 

Thomas Reed - ..... Vice President 

Charles Brennan ... . Secretary 

John DlETZ - - - Treasurer 

John A. HocH • - - Adviser 

The Men's Dormitory Association is composed of all resident 
male students of the college. The Association regulates conditions 
in the men's dormitories and provides a \aried social program for 
the benefit of the entire College Community. The highlights of the 
Association's social program were: a Dorm Men"s party, in the 
form ol a square and round dance: an all-college dance; and a pep 
parade preceding the West Chester football game. This pep parade 
was the largest and most successful of any ol the previously staged 
parades. 



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The "B" Club 



The "W Clul) is an athletic organization for girls who have accumu- 
lated a sufficiently high point rating for membership. This point rating 
is based on participation in individual or group sports. Through its social 
and recreational program, the Clul) strives to further the ideals of sports- 
manship, co-operation and athletic fitness. The girls* intramural sports 
program is sponsored by the Club. 




OFFICERS 

Margaret Bourdette 
Priscilla Abbott - 
Ruth Glidden - 
Barbara Harm an - 
Miss McCammon 



President 
I ice President 

- Secretar\ 

Treasurer 

Adviser 



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ALFRED CHISCON 
( o-editor 



PRISCILLA ABBOTT 
Co-editor 



The Maroon and Gold 



/ o-editors 

Editorial Board II \i:nn 
Business Manager - 
Feature Editor 
Layout Editoi 



Barbara Burlier 
James Ferdinand 

t arorj n I ! lei] 

\.ipr\ Heebner 
I lope Home 



\ t 1 1 1 a Bill ner 
Dolores Do> le 
\ 1 1 1 ■ ( lengenbach 



fohn Bogdan 
Bill Byham 



il Knause 



Sharon Dottei 
Shii le) Eveland 
Jeananne Evans 

\ hi liun\ ( 'iainpi 
Will iam Fisher 



Robert Castle 



PRISCILLA V.BBOT1 AND ALFRED CmSCON 

i Williams, Bessmaru Williams, I harles Andrews, Dave Newbury 

William Latimer tdvertising Manager Albert MiMwi - 

Marilyn Evans Sports Editor - Harry Brooks 

William Wagner \euis Editor ■ Evelyn Weaver 

Edw \ui> T. Hi A 01 . Idviser 



STAFF 
Veutt Staff 
Janet I lughes Marion Payne 

Nan Kelly Mice Quii k 

Mildred Mervine Don Smith 

Margaret Morgan Feme Soberick 

-lit and Humor 
\am-\ I mi IllmaiU Phil Search 



Jean Allen 



Ext ht/n iir 



Edna Keim 



Feature Stuff 

Eileen Gerosky Robert Price 

Theresa Guinard Thomas Rowley 
Molly Haas lacob Slembarsk} 

G. I. Wail 
Mar\ \iina Wright Jeanne Ruckle 



Chuck l>al\ 



Sports Stuff 

George Mine 



Photographers 
Donald Shiner Ki iili Smith 

Advertising Staff 
Mollie Haas Jean Newhart 

Joanne Heisle) Sherrill Phillips 

( irculation Staff 
Frank Gurzynski Martha Steiner 

Mary Kallenbach Jeanne \\ allace 



T \ pists 



Margaret Wallers 
Nanc) Sue Williams 
Betty 1 eager 
Robert Van Droeh 
Shirlev Reisinweavei 



William Ottaviani 



Skeeba 



Marj I mi I odd 

\lae \ellf;ard 



i .i nr Morrison 
Charles l esson 

\\ illiani \\ agnei 



Sarae Uhrich 
( 'onnie W allace 



Nam \ Noz 



r.. 1 1 % Spi 1 1 



;:;: 




The Maroon and Gold 

The Maroon and Gold is the weekly College newspaper published by 
members of the student body interested in journalism. Its purpose is to 
present news and opinion of current interest to the College Community. 
Staff membership is extended to all students who show ability in creative 
writing or interest in the technical aspects of newspaper work. 




WILLIAM LATIMER 

Business Manager 




EDITORIAL BOARD 
II. Williams, * !. Andrews, D. Newbuy, 

B. Williams 



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JOHN BURNS 
Editor-in-Chief 

The Obiter 

The Obitb:r is the annual publication <>i the student body of Blooms- 
burg State Teachers College. Its primary objective is to provide a lasting 
record of our thoughtful as well as carefree associations during college 
years. Staff membership is extended to all students interested in any of 
the various phases of yearbook publication. The Obiter not only provides 
a service to the College, but also gives workshop experience in yearbook 
construction. 





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JOSEPH BARKLE'i 
Business Manager 



CLIFTON CLARRIDGE 
hi i ertising Manager 



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Roberl Burns. Margaret Bourilclti-, David Newbury 



Harry Brooks. Alex Kubik, .Sam Yeager 



The Obiter Stall 



Editor-in-Chief - - John Burns 

Junior Editor - David Newbury 

Business Manager - Joseph Barkley 

Spoils Editor - - Harry Brooks 

Advertising Managers 

Robert Burns, Clifton Clarridce 

Director of Senior Pictures Joyce MacDougall 

Photographers 

Richard Knause. Keith Smith. William 
Wagner 

Secretary - ■ - Margaret Bourdette 

Edward T. De 



Sales Manager an! Obiter Show Alex Kubik 

Coed of the Year Director Samuel Yeager 

Typists — Erma Bean, Irene Cichowicz. Elea- 
nor Bolinsky, Richard Powell 

Advertising — Doris Bowman, Leon Coval, Mi- 
chael Dorak. Joanne Heisley, David Jen- 
kins, John Johnson, Elaine Ohman, Nan- 
cy Lou Rhoades. Charles Ruffing, Jo 
Ann Vanderslice, Barbara James 

Sales — Grace Heppe, R h e l d a Rhorbach. 
Louise Schullery 

VoE. Adviser 




William Wagner, Dick Knause, Keith Smith 



Dick Powell, Joyce MacDougall 



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STEVE WOLFE 



CHARLES ANDREWS 



DWII) SUPERDOI K 



The Olympian 

STAFF 

Charles R. Andrews Editor-in-Chie j 

Stephen Wolfe, David Superdock ... - Associate Editors 

LEONORA MacGill - - Business Manager 

Bessmarie Williams Advertising Manager 

Mildred Pliscott - - - Sales Manager 

Stephen Wolfe Art 

Harriet Williams Humor 

Millie Mervine, John Sivulich, Debby Grazel Typists and Copyreaders 

Dr. J. A. Rl'SSELL ........ Faculty Adviser 

The Olympian, the campus literary-humor magazine, is provided as 
an extension of campus publication services and a means of recognition 
and encouragement lor students interested in creative writing. Student? 
who contribute material for publication are eligible for stall' membership. 



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Student Christian Association 

OFFICERS 

Gerald Houseknecht President 

\I\k\ Ellen Dean - Vice President 

Rosella Danilo Secretary 

Robert Lewis Treasurer 

Mr. Hinkel Adviser 

The Student Christian Association is an on-campus organization that 
includes students of all denominations united in Christian fellowship. 

A Freshman get-acquainted party and hike, attendance at religious 
conferences and conventions, programs in local churches, and Lenten ser- 
vices in Carver Hall auditorium, are activities in which SCA members 
participate. 

At regular meetings, held on the first and third Wednesdays of each 
month, worship programs, speakers, and discussion periods furnish inter- 
esting and very worthwhile subjects. Social activities are also enjoyed in 
conjunction with the regular meetings. 




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Maroon and Gold Band 

OFFICERS 

I!. Eugene Hummel President 

David Heckman - • / ice President 

Nancy Lou Riio\m;s - Secretary 

Mr. Henrie - - - - Adviser 

The Maroon and Gold Band is open to those students interested in music 
and who are able to play band instruments. In addition to serving as a 
training unit for hand leaders of the future, it serves as an outlet for expres- 
sion. In fulfillment of these aims, it serves its secondary purpose- -enter- 
tainment for the College Community. Always on hand for athletic contests, 
the hand also gives a number of concert-, each year, both in College assem- 
blies and in regional high school auditoriums. 




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Athenaeum Club 

OFFICERS 

John T. Bogdan President 

John J. Burns - - Vice President 

Flora J. Kissinger - ... Secretary 

William K. Latimer - - - - - - Treasurer 

James V. Ferdinand Program Chairman 

Mr. Smith - ... Adviser 

The Athenaeum Club, organized in 1945, is composed of sixty-eight 
members. This club lias for its chief objective a more thorough enjoyment 
of all music, classical, semi-classical, and popular, by a more extensive 
understanding of the music. Piano, vocal, and instrumental selections 
by the members of the club and a musical quiz show add variation to the 
planned programs of recorded music. Membership is open to all students 
interested in both classical and popular music as a means toward cultural 
growth. 



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Aviation Club 



OFFICERS 

Graydon Wood - - - - .... President 

Clem Makowski - ... .... Vice President 

VANICE Buck - - Secretary 

Lee Benner - - - - ... Treasurer 

Mr. Sterling Adviser 

The purpose of the Aviation Club is to stimulate and develop interest 
in aviation. The Club promotes flying as a hobby and as a means of 
keeping its members familiar with the latest development in aeronautics. 
Members are kept informed of recent progress in the aviation field by an 
educational program which includes films and lectures, on the identifica- 
tion and operation of various types of aircraft. In addition, the Club has 
open discussions on personal aviation experiences. 



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Newman Club 



Second Semester 



OFFICERS 
First Semester 
Francis Galinski - - President 
Vincent Nawrocki / ice President 

Mildred WrzesniewSKI Secretary 

Edward Rompala - - Treasurer 
Rocco Cherilea - - Marshall 

Mr. Ryciel. Adviser 
Very Reverend Father William J. Burke. Chaplain 



Alex Kaharski 
Edward Rompala 
Joann McCormk k 
Sylvester Bodek 



- President 

I ice /'resident 
Secretary 

- Treasurer 



The Newman Club, an organization composed ot Catholic students 
of the College, has as its purpose the deepening and enriching of the 
spiritual and temporal lives of its memhers. Its varied activities comprise 
a program of religious, intellectual, and social pursuits which endeavor 
to develop capable student leadership among its memhers. The Clult is 
also affiliated with the National Newman Club Federation. 

* This is an off-campus organization. No extra-curricular credit is given fur iliis activity. 




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The contestants for the Coed <il the Year 
contest were selected by the popular vote of the 
man and woman representatives from each of the 
classes. The contestants were selected on the 
hasi> of beauty, personality, popularity, and par- 
ticipation in campus activities. 

The Coed of the ^ ear was then -elected from 
these contestants by an all-college vote and 
crowned at the Freshman Mardi Gras as Coed 
of the Year and Queen of the Mardi Gras. 




Top in Bottom — 
KITH GILLM \\ 
NANCi SUE \\ ILLIAMS 
DOLORES DOYLE 
( LARE DAVIS 
\\ll.\l\ JONES 
BARBARA HARMON 
NANCi >\\ \KTZ 




PHYLLIS McLAREN 

Coed of the Year 



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Sherrill Hiller 
/ arsity Queen 



Peggy Bourdette 
Snow Queen 



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The Toner at Christmas 



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Fashion Show 



The house lights dim. the spotlights flick on. 
and the annual Fashion Show is set in sparkling 
motion. The Fashion Show is a major social enter- 
prise sponsored each year b\ the Business Depart- 
ment in cooperation with the downtown merchants. 

Through this event college women are given an 
opportunity to taste the bright career of a model. 



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The search for knowledge 



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"The school cannot be a prepa- 
ration for social life except as it 
reproduces the typical conditions 
of life." 

— John Dewey 





thletics 



Teachers College 
Champions 1951 






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Front Hon:, Left ti> Rif/ltt G. Lambrinos. 
^^^^^^ K. Lang, H. Verhousky, C. Baron. A. Zeig- 

enfuse, T. MacLaughlin, D. Cesare, R. 
Looker, C. Brennan. T. Spack, B. Osevala. 
Second Bow— J. Deitz, B. Mont. K. Thurs- 
ton. D. Evans. M. Jones. T. Schukts. E. Yost. 
A. Kubik, J. Scheirer, I). Linkehorst, J. Long. Third Roic — R. Schmidt, J. 
Boyle, K. Ruppel. .1. Nemetz, .1. Costa, F. Sheehan, J. Glosek, J. Panic-hello, J. 
Schaar, A. Boychuck, T. Rainey. Fourth Row — J. Angus. D. Troeki. R. Rainey. 
F. Williams. F. Bidelspach, 11. Zenuck, J. Steiner. T. Thomas, R. Couch. G. Mor- 
rison. E. Connally. Fifth Roto— R. Redman, J. Hocll, E. Cunfer, S. Williams. 
J. Lenox, C. Pope, R. Verano, J. steiner. T. Anthony, H. Shelly, J. Colone. R. 
Cumens. 



Again last fall, the versatile Bob Redman with his assistants John 
Hoch, Harold Shelly, and "Hells" Colone manned the Husky reins and 
whipped the growling giiddcts into shape to net B. S. T. C. its sec- 
ond unbeaten, untied campaign in lour years. Despite the fact that the 
Redmen faced their most strident schedule in years, they came out 
on top to bowl over eight fighting opponents and also annex the first 
Teachers College Conference Title. With these achievements heaped atop 
all past laurels, the Huskies can well wear their new-found crown with 
permanent pride. Nineteen Fifty-one will pass on in the annals as another 
banner year in par excellent football at Bloomsburg. surpassing all previous 
grid-war glories at the tough but "Friendly College on the Hill." 



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COACH ROBERT REDMAN 



1951 SUMMARY 

Bloomsburg 20 Mansfield S. T. C. 7 

Bloomsburg 35 Lock Haven S. T. C. __ 6 

Bloomsburg 40 Millersville S. T. C. _-14 

Bloomsburg 40 Shippensburg S. T. C. 14 

Bl nsburg 28 Kutztown S. T. C. 

Bloomsburg 27 Wilkes College 7 

Bloomsburg 16 West Chester S. T. C. __ 7 

Bloomsburg 20 Indiana S. T. C. 



"Bob" Redman, football kingpin here at 
Bloomsburg. has now completed his sixth sea- 
son coaching the Husk\ forces in football and 
baseball. During bis half dozen year reign, his 
teams have been the most successful in the his- 
tor) of the College. 

At the "Friendl) College." "Bob" has made 
countless friends with his genial social wit; his 
sparkle in the academic classroom: and his 
sound, hard-driving tactics on the pig-skin turf 
or baseball diamond. 

A product of Swarthmore College, Redman 
served in the United States Navy with an officer's 
commission during the last war. and prior to 
that, had coached at Triple Cities College. He 
has carved his name well in the Huskv hall of 
fame, and has certain I \ earned the tile, "Teachers 
College Coach of the Year — 1951." 



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A worm's eye view. 




SHEEHAY Center 



lii the initial Fracas "I the L95] campaign, the Maroon and 
Gold generated their high-powered offense sparingl) to electrify 

Mansfield s lame Mountaineers 20-7 on Berwick's Crispin Field. 
On lliis earl) September night, the Redmen marched to an easy 
win behind the double touchdown treks of Bob Lang, and Tom 
Spark s flasln 71 yard jaunt. The outcome of the game was never 
in doubt as the Huskies led at halftime. 20-0. Mansfield tallied 
in the las| stanza against Husk\ reserves. 

On September 29. the Lock Haven Tutors journeyed to Athletic 
Park for the second tilt of the season. With gazelle-like running 
by Bob Lang. Harney Osevala, and Tom Spark, the Huskies clipped 
the Bald Eagles' wings for a 35-6 derision. ""Daddy"' ripped off 
two trips to paydirl in the first half, then Spack, Osevala, and 
Brennan participated in the victory drama by slamming over 
three more tallies in the second act. Dave Linkchorst booted fi\e 
extra points to boost his season s total to seven for eight. 

Again Athletic Park was the scene of battle and once more 
the Redmen raced to victory. This time the Millersville gridders 
fell. 4D-1 1. Behind the high-octane arm of D'Amico and their 
Bunyan-like end. Alexander, the Millers made it an exciting melee 
for time periods before the running of the reliables Lang, Osevala. 
and Spack. made the contest a rout. The Huskies tallied three 
lime- in the first half, then garnered another three in the third 
and fourth stanzas to mark the highest point total since 1949. 

Sports fans awaited the all-star fray between the visiting Red 
Raiders from Shippensburg and Redman's Huskies scheduled for 




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LAMBRINOS, Quarterback 





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Olympus on Homecoming Day. The) were not disappointed. 
The largest Alumni Da\ crowd in several years watched the 
Huskies romp. run. and wreck the Red Raider offense to down 
Rambo's air-minded aggregation, 40-14. The first quarter was 
a tense affair as a long Shippensburg pass put the Raiders out in 
front, 7-0. But not for long. Behind the brilliant passing arm 
of Tom Spaek and the running of "48" point Lang, the Huskies 
slugged back to send the Red Raiders home "Blue Velvet" under 
the wake of six touchdowns. Lang, Verhousky, Osevala, Spaek. 
and Thurston appeared in the Huskies" T. D. parade. 

Playing their first battle on foreign turf, the Redmen found 
the Pennsylvania Dutch countrj to their liking and promptl) 
walked awa\ with a 28-0 verdict over Kutztown. Despite their 




Nice blocking liv Shippensburg. 





Spack slices for yardage againsl \\ . C. 



lack nl punch in ibis game, the Huskies had the power in the 
clutch. Brilliant line plav b) Nemetz, Verhousky, and Lambrinos 
halted an early Golden Avalanche drive, then in the second quar- 
ter, the listless Huskies eame to life as Tom Spark found the 
airlanes free to pass to Charlie Brennan for a T. I). Spack also 
ran for a Bloom six-pointer. The score al intermission read. 
Bloom II. Kutztown 0. In the second half, it was much the same 
story. Spack Hipped in Verhousk) and ITiurston to make the 
final total Bloomsburg 2!!. Kutztown 0. The game marked 
the first time Lang was held seoreless. and also the first time the 
opposition was held free of scoring. "Link booted four more 
extra points for a 21 for 24 percentage. 




K\ V.\S. Tackle 



Once again the Maroon and Gold spread out the traveling 
maps and paddled up the Susquehanna to meet "Pappy"" Ralston's 
scrappy Wilkes gridders on a hitter cold November evening in 
Kingston Stadium. A handful of hardy B. S. T. C. eskimos 
watched the Huskies" blood circulate long enough to snow-under 
the Colonels, 27-7. What little Al Nicholas could do for Wilkes 
wasn't enough as Lang. Osevala. and Long crossed the final 
chalk mark for Redman's eleven. After leading by onlv 7-0 at 
half-time, the Maroon and Gold began to roll in the final stanzas. 
Lang tallied twice in the third period to ice the frigid prelim 
to the big tilt with West Chester the next week. 

I'erhap- the most widely publicized fracas in Bloom history 
look form on sunny Crispin Field before a crowd of 4,000 on 
November 10th. "The battle of the vear'" with West Chester's 
Golden Bams resulted in a brilliant Huskv upset. 16-7. In addi- 



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VERIIOl SKY. End 



SPACK, Halfback 



BARON. Tackle 



tion to the revenge win, the Huskies toted off the first Tutor 
Crown in the newh organized Teacher Conference. 

Early in the initial stanza, the Golden Ranis' Hersh "shook up" 
the crowd by scampering 33 yards to put the flock ahead, 7-0. A 
few minutes later, after "Irish" Brennan tackled Hagan in the 
end zone for a B. S. T. C. safety. "Crazy Legs" Lang ripped a 
page out of 1920 football and raced 34 yards for a "statue of 
liberty " T. D. Bloom led at the quarter. 9-7. Late in the second 
period, Osevala clinched the upset by tallying to end the scoring 
for the day. See-saw play marked the second half, but the most 
exciting performance was put on by the Giltless Rams' genial 
mentor. Glenn Killinger, when he flipped his fedora on the field. 
All the boys, both on the line and in the backfield shined in the 
victory. 




NEMETZ, Tackle 



In the season's final fray, Indiana's Indians came scalp hunting 
on Mount Olympus and found the Husky warpath a dead end. 
Thus the B. S. T. C. gridders ended an exciting eight game 
schedule with a 20-0 win. to cop an undefeated, untied, season. 
After the strong M. and G. forward wall halted an early Indiana 
drive, the Huskies attacked with atomic power and shoved the 
hopeless Red and White visitors up and down the soggy turf 
for the remainder of the game. With this win, the Huskies 
fought to their second unblemished record in four years and 
recorded their thirty-eighth victory in forty-two tries — truly an 
accomplishment for the "Friendly College." 




Lang greeted li\ a Irn^i of Golden Ram> 



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BOYMII CK, Hal linn I. 



BRENXAN, End 




McLaughlin throws Hersh of 
W. C. for a I..,.. 




1IDI ESPACH, Guard 



Lejl in Right Redman, Hoch. 
Shelly, Colone, Zahora. 




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heft to Right — Linkchorst, Bet/. Boychuck, Holtzman. Daly, Gerhard, Erickson, Goodhart, Slmttlesworth, 

Butler, Byham, Ksanznak, Williams. 



Basketball 



Mr. Shelle) s basketball wizard]") finalh reigned on the State Teachers College 
courts this past season as the Maroon and Gold cagers dribbled, swished, and bucketed 
their wa\ to a brilliant record of 12 happ) nights against hut 1 reversals. With 
Clunk Daly, Kane ace. leading the Husk\ pack wilh 203 points, the 15. S. T. C. 
boys lost only to Millersville, Lock Haven. Mansfield, and Kutztown, all in foreign 
dens. Another phenomenon lay in the fact that Shelly's stars didn't bow to an) 
team twice this year — quite a feal considering the strong opposition in Millersville 
and Lock Haven. 

The Huskies opened the season wilh an easv home verdict over Harpur. Mediocre 
success followed as the locals bowed in close tilts to Kutztown and Millersville. After 
the New Year, the Husk\ Hoopsters found new life and rolled over practicall) all 
competition. As the campaign ended, the Maroon and Gold had up-ended seven 
consecutive foes to set their final chart at 12 and 1. 

Shell's free use of substitutions was advantageous on almost e\er\ occasion. 
and the closeness in individual scoring showed this due. After Dal\ were Byham, 
Williams. Linkchorst. and Erickson in tallying-— all lour of these boys scoring over 
120 points. 

With the loss of hut three players via the diploma route, the Shellymen can well 
point to next season when old standb) Maroon and Gold talent will shov\ its full 
might on the courts of tin 1 I utor Conference. 

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60 Millersville 64* 



SCORES 

B. S. T. C. 65 Harpur 47 

B. S. T. C. 55 Kutztown 56* 

B. S. T. C. 71 Lock Haven 57* 

B. S. T. C. 

B. S. T. C. 67 

B. S. T. C. 69 

B. S. T. C. 75 

B. S. T. C. 60 

B. S. T. S. 14 

B. S. T. C. 65 

B. S. T. C. 72 

B. S. T. C. 93 

B. S. T. C. 92 

B. S. T. C. 79 

B. S. T. C. 83 

B. S. T. C. 90 



Kutztown 43* 

Lock Haven 84* 

Wilkes 71 

Shippensburg 37* 

Mansfield 48* 

Millersville 56* 

Mansfield 57* 

West Chester 76* 

Shippensburg 53* 

Indiana 73* 

Wilkes 66 

Harpur 69 



Won 12: Lost 4 
Denotes League aamps. 



LINKCHORST, Guard 



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1,1. Mill \RT. Center 




ONDRULA. Forward 






Field 


Foul 


Foul 


Total 


Players 


Goals 


Goals 


Attempts 


Points 


Daly, C. 


76 


51 


63 


203 


Bvham, W. 


52 


34 
23 


54 
28 


138 




56 


135 


Linkchorst, D. 


54 


26 


36 


134 


Erickson, D. . - 


51 


22 


36 


124 


Ksanznak -- 


40 


19 


31 


99 


Gerhard. R. . 


36 


19 


47 


91 


Butler, D. __ _ 


30 


16 


37 


76 




25 


7 


14 


57 


Bel/.. F. _ _ 


... __. 15 


7 


12 


37 


Boychuck, D. .. 


7 


9 


17 


23 


Shuttlesworth, W. 


5 


I 


4 


14 


Kopec, J. .- _ 


2 


1 


1 


5 


Goodhart, E. 


2 


(1 


1 


4 


Bartleson. W. .. 


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2 


4 


2 


Durso, M. _ . 


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452 


2411 


385 


1144 



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At the half. 



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Dciu^ gets the tap against W. C. 




"Jumpin" Joe" steals the hall. 




HAROLD S. SHELLY 

denial Harold Shelly this year led the Huskies to one of 
their most successful cage campaigns in llie last twenty years 
when his team boasted a record of twelve wins and only f"in 
reverses, including an all-win streak on the home hardwoods. 

SIh'1I\"s sound judgment has huh him the respect of the 
entire college community who has seen hi- proteges come <>nt 
on top of the heap repeatedly . 



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Track 1951 






1951 marked another tough track schedule and also 
another disheartening season for the Shell) thin clads. 
Winning only one of five meets, the Huskies developed 
a well-rounded field and track attack, but lacked the depth 
to cop more decisions. The lone Bloomsburg victory came 
at the hands of Lock Haven while the local cinder boys 
bowed to Scranton U, Shippensburg. Bucknell, and West 
Chester. In addition to these dual meets, the Shellymen 
competed and represented Bloomsburg well in both the 
Penn Relavs and the State Meet at West Chester. 

Probably the most outstanding squad member for the 
1951 campaign was Frank Womer who was consistently a 
stellar standout for the locals. His pole vault of twelve feet, 
seven and a half inches at Shippensburg set a new Husky 
record. Tom Spack. master with the javelin, was another 
star in the developing Maroon and Gold constellation. 

THE RECORD 

Bloomsburg 53 Scranton 76 

Penn Relays — 

Bloomsburg 6!i Lock Haven 63 

Bloomsburg 51 Shippensburg 75 

State Meet at West Chester— 

Bloomsburg 29 Bucknell _ 97 

Bloomsburg 57 West Chester 69 



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™ ' '■'""'• '-■ " to Right I). Butler, H. Byham, S. Levan, K. Hummel, M. Evans, .1. c.ln„-k. K. Ledgerd. 

Sai, ml Row l». Boychuek, <;. Lambrinos, I). Lincliorst, J. Thompson, E. Johnson, I) Kraim. I). Fitzpatrick, 
A. Boychuek. Third Row R. Redman, .1. Cosla, 1(. Steinbach, R. Verhousky, E. Kaysak, W. Stoutenburgh 
M. Jones. 



Baseball 1951 



Behind the sturdy pitching arms of Buck Byham, Don Kearns, and 
Clem Makowski, the Maroon and Gold swatters of coach Rapid Robert 
Redman smacked out a bright eleven and three record for the 1951 
diamond season. During the campaign, die locals bowed only to Trenton. 
Wi'ke-, and Lock Haven while at the same time they whipped several for- 
midable foes. The stormy season found the hot Husky batters slapping 
out 121 runs in fourtesn tilts for an average of almost nine runs per game. 
At the same time, the opposition racked the Redmen hurlers for 5.5 tallies 
per fracas. Outfielders Don Butler and Mike Evans led the high-octaned 
Maroon and Gold attack with top batting averages and consistant clutch 
hitting. Per usual, Redman produced another balanced diamond represen- 
tative for B. S. T. C. 



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IJASKI'.ALL RECORD 



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4 

7 



12 
12 
12 



Lock Haven 4 

Trenton 14 

Temple 9 

Kings 3 

Wilkes 5 

Shippensburg 8 

Mansfield 3 

Scranton 6 

Kutztown 4 

Lock Haven - _. 11 

Kings 2 

St. Francis 

Millersville _ 2 

Wilkes 6 






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1 -i m ik^- like fun ! 



Training for her "\I R S" 




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Women's Sports 

From the pictures on these two pages, il is 
evident that our coeds have been active each 
Thursda) night at Centennial Gymnasium. 

In trying to accumulate the necessary 1000 
points for "B" club membership, the women par- 
ticipate in the following sports: 



Basketball 
Volley Bali. 
Cageball 
Swim mint. 



Badminton 
Soft Ball 
Field Hockey 
Ping Pong 



Shi ffleboard 
Red Cross courses in Junior and Senior Life 



Tlie ball's up there somewhere. 





Three types "f liukls. (These classes should 
be coeducational.) 



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I.' tt to L'nifit Sara Ulirich, Marj I ou rodd, Luct Pliscott, [> Doyle, 1 1 ■ 1 1 h Gillman, Man Louise Kui 

Cheerleaders 

Under Captain Dolores Doyle, our cheerleaders really had some- 
thing to yell about this year. Our second undefeated football season 
in three years found the cheerleaders rising to the occasion. 

Several new cheers were introduced this year and the spirit at 
games and pep rallies was generally good. 





1 — Student teachers take a break. 2 — Mr. Fenstermaker — guest conductor. 3 — "Now, here's the 
way I see it . . ." 4 — From out of the East. 5 — Burning the midnight oil. 6 — A song by Mary 
Ann. 7 — Where's everybody going? 




"Lost, yesterday, somewhere 
between sunrise and sunset, two 
golden hours, each set with sixty 
diamond minutes. No reward is 
offered for they are gone forever." 

—Horace Mann, 1796-1859 




1 — Between Classes. 2 "Who's sweater. Barb?" 3 — Careful, now! 4 — Oh. to own a convertible! 
5 — In a huddle. 6 — A couple of coeds. 7— What, no heart? 



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The 



MAGEE CARPET COMPANY 

BLOOMSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 




Manufacturers 

Velvet Axminister 

Broadloom Wilton 

— CARPETS AND RUGS — 



Sales Offices: 
NEW YORK CITY .... CHICAGO 



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1 — Chow hounds! 2 — Wanna help? 3 — (No caption necessary). 4 — At least it's balanced. 5 — 
What are you selling now, Rowley? 6 — Inner sanctum. 7 — Discussion of world-shaking events. 
8 — Doesn't anyone drink that coffee? 



SNYDER'S DAIRY 



Safe MILK 
and the 



Finest in 



DAIRY PRODUCTS 

BLOOMSBURG— CATAWISSA 
DANVILLE 



Robert N. Somerville 



Photographer 



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Be Sure 
of the 
Wise Owl 
Trademark ! 



It's your assurance of 
Crispy Fresh 




POTATO CHIPS 



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'Through these portals" 



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Letterman's Bakery, 
Inc. 


ANN BRLINER 


DRESS SHOP 


4th and Market Streets 


144 East Main S'reet 


Bloomsburg — Phone 554 


BLOOMSBURG, PA. 


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Enjoy the Best 




from 


Baking Musters 




of "Master" Products 


BREISCHS DAIRY 

CATAWISSA. PA. 




Congratulations Seniors — 




Look your best for graduation 


Best of Wishes 


Ruth's Corset and Lingerie Shop 


to the 


features all standard brands in 


CLASS OF *52 


Girdles, Corselets, Lingerie, Hose, 
Bras, and Pajama Sets 




RUTHS CORSET SHOP 


ROCKS 


Graduate Corsetieres 
1 E. Main Bloomsburg, Pa. 


RESTAURANT 






Where Old 


Compliments of 


Friends 
Meet 


SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. 


501 East St., BLOOMSBURG, PA. 





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A. A. BOWMAN & SON 

806 N. Front St. Telephone 662 

MILTON, I'ENNA. 



Where Dad Took His Gi 



THE TEXAS 



I). .1. COMUNTZIS, Prop. 



BLOOMSBl KG, PA. 



Compliments of 

BART PURSEL 

BLOOMSBURG, PA. 

CLOTHING for Men and Boys 
DRY CLEANING 



Compliments of 

BLOOMSBURG MILLS, INC. 



♦ 



Sales Office 

525 Seventh Avenue 
NEW YORK. N. Y. 



Mills at 

BLOOMSBURG, PA. 

LOCK HAVEN, PA. 

DALLAS, PA. 



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I The pause thai refreshes. _' Whal d'ya bid 1 ghamup? 3 Hess' bound. 4 -The fruits of 
victor; ... 5 Tailspin Tomraj and crew. 6 Off to the sail mines. 7 — Our raw material. 8 — 
1 .1-' Jones and i Ihiel Engineer. 



Compliments <>f 

CLEWELVS 

ICE CREAM 

Dairy products of Columbia Count \ 
for over 50 years 

BERWICK CREAMERY 

Laboratory Controlled Dairy Products 


H. B. SHARPLESS 

HARDWARE 

and 

GIFTS 


for Belles : 

from their Beaux - - - 
Fresh 

Fragrant 
FLOWERS 

from 

DILLONS 

Individually designed 
especially to please her 

Phone 127 

EAST 5th STREET 


STEWARTS 

Quick Service 

ATLANTIC STATION 

CATAWISSA, PENNSYLVANIA 


Compliments of 

TEMPLE OF MUSIC 

Pianos — Everything Musical 


BE PHOTOGRAPHED 

by 

GEISTWITE STUDIOS 

124 East Main St. 
BLOOMSBURG, PA. 


Compliments of 

ROSE and WALTS 

East Street 

♦ 

Hoping you never forget those sub- 
marines you ate. 



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The Name 



"BALFOUR 



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Stands for the finest in 

Class Rinps, Commencement Announcements, Club 
Pins, Diplomas, Medals and Trophies 

L. G. 

BALFOUR 

COMPANY 

AMBY NOLAN. Miners Bank Building, \\ ilkes-Barre, Pa. 



Compliments of 

SUSQUEHANNA 
DISTRIBUTORS 



DIVISION OF SUSQUEHANNA 



FOOD PROCESSORS & LOCKERS, INC. 



STORE FRONTS 



AUTO GLASS 



BLOOiMSBURG GLASS CO. 
All Kinds of FLAT GLASS 

Otto W. Ashworth, Jr. and John J. Nicely, Owners 

Phone 2311 
GLASS BLOCKS WINDOW GLASS 



FOX DRUG STORE 

CATAWTSSA. PA. 



Dial 353] 



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1 — Known as burking out-'-, shin. 2 — Hey, how did they get a broom job? 3- -"Five foot two, eyes 
of blue . . ." 4 — That's Cyrano in the middle. 5 — '"What, they changed the book again?" 6 — 
"Little Ducky Dnddle . . ." 7— North Hall gang. 8 — Isn't she sweet? 9— It's not all work. 



Compliments of 

NORTH BRANCH BUS COMPANY 

♦ 

HUSKY TRANSPORTATION 


With Compliments 
of 

Milco Undergarment 
Company, Inc. 


"All-Ways' Reliable 

The BEST in Men's 
Furnishings 

FRED R. HIPPENSTEEL 


Compliments of 

HOTEL MAGEE 

BLOOMSBURG, PA. 



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Professional Friends of OBITKK 1952 



MR. HEMMING WAY 



DR. REESE 



DR. YOST 



The Farmers National Bank 



BI.OOMSBl RG, PA. 



Sound Bankine Since 189] 



Congratulations 



( ilass of '52 



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HOUSENICK MOTOR CO. 

SALES and SERVICE 
MAIN and EAST STREETS 

PHOTO SERVICES. INC. 

36 E. MAIN 

Featuring All Makes <>j 
CAMERAS and MOTION PICTURE EQUIP. 

Experl Photo Finishing 

bloomsburg phone 2227 

Congratulations 

F. W. WOOLWORTH 
COMPANY 

BLOOMSBURG. PA. 



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1 I lii- enthusiasm paid off! _' On ihe wain wagon. 3 ll musl haw* been funny! 4 — Mas 
confusion. 5 \h>si dignified Fralcniii> ''. d Winn'- Ferrilli? 7 No lack of spirit here. 8- 
The Emancipation Proclamation for one day. 



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GIRTON'S 



GAS STATION 



East Street 



BLOUMSBURG, PA. 



RITTERS 

Everything for SCHOOL 
and OFFICE 



Main Street 



BLOOMSBURG, PA. 



EPPLEVS DRUG STORE 



Main and Iron Streets 



BLOOMSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 



HARRY S. BARTON 



Real Estate — Insurance 



BLOOMSBURG, PA. 



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Bloomsburg Bank 
Columbia Trust Co. 

BLOOMSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 

Over Fifty Years of Banking 
Service to This Community 

Invites ) our Business 
Member F. 1). I. C. 


LOWS 

for 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES 
BOTTLED GAS 

63 East Main BLOOMSBURG, PA. 


FESTS 
RESTAURANT 


SUNSHINE LAUNDRY, INC. 

BLOOMSBURG— BERWICK 

CALL 
2400 365 1 

LYCOMING LINEN SUPPLY 

(Ith and Market Streets BLOOMSBURG 


JOHN H. SHUMAN 

Insurance 

Real Estate 

Notary 

54 East Main Street 
BLOOMSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 


Compliments of 

J. S. RAUB SHOE STORE 

Smart Styles and Better Values 

24 East Main Street 

BLOOMSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 


MOYER BROS, INC. 

BLOOMSBURG'S 

LEADING PRESCRIPTION 
DRUG STORK 

Since L868 



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A Lodge of Over 2,500 Members 



LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE 



BLOOMSBURG LODGE No. 62:! 






Our membership has always been interested in all 
B. S. T. C. activities. 



To the graduating class of 1952 we extend our 
sincere congratulations, and wish each and every 
one the best of hick. 





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Carrying the Finest Lines in the 
Jewelr) industry 

CLOCKS SILVERWARE 

DIAMONDS 

Guaranteed Repair 

HARRY LOGAN, Jeweler 

5 West Main St. BLOOMSBURG, Pa. 

Phone 2205 



MILLER OFFICE SUPPLY 

and 

EQUIPMENT COMPANY 

Office and School 

SUPPLIES 

ROYAL TYPEWRITERS 

9 East Main Street 



WOLFE WHOLESALE 

Distributors 
CONFECTIONS CIGARETTES 



Phone— 866J 



1081 Market Street 



BLOOMSBURG. PENNSYLVANIA 



Compliments 
to the Class of 1952 

DEISROTH'S 

Your 

Department Store 

Bloomsbura's Friendh Place to Shoi 



ENT'S 
EATS 

STEAKS, CHOPS, 

SEA FOODS 

and 

SHORT ORDERS 



24 Hrs. Service Friday 
and Saturday 



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BOWMAN'S CLEANERS 





The BEST in 




Town 




Tuxedos for Hire 


Orders : 




For 


-TAILORED SUITS, OVERCOATS, 




and DRESSES. 



KRESSLER GREEN HOUSES 



Jim and Lois Snyder. Prop. 



Phone 114 



BLOOMSBURG, PA. 



ARCUS 



For a Prettier You 



BLOOMSBURG— BERWICK 



Patronize 

Your 

Community Store 

B. S. T. C. 




Confairs Beverage Co. 



BERWICK, PA. 



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OBITER 



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1952 Senior Directory 



Abbott, I'riscilla Lehman, Pa, 

Adami. Eugene \. 810A. Vine St., Berwick, Pa, 

Allen. Jean K. 122 Quincy Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

\ nt I n m \ . Thomas II. 228 E. Fifth St., Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Babcock, James It. 35 E. Spruce St., Mahanoy City, Pa. 

Badman, Atwood V. Paxinos, Pa. 

Baksi, George V. 112 Ninth St., Reiser, Pa. 

Baron, Charles 321 Rogers Ave., Endicott, N. V. 

Ben, Adam M. 168 Seventh St., Blakely, Pa 

Bennett, Dale T. . S. Broad St.. East Bangor, I'a. 

Blyler. George E. K. I), i. Bloomsburg, Pa. 

H< p1 i n-ik >-. Kleaniire I). 543 Alter St., Hazleton, Pa. 

Bourdette, Margaret I.. 503 First St., Athens, Pa. 

Bowman, Doris Ii. 23* Walnut St., Milton, Pa. 

Brachman. KnssHi 339 N. Broad SI.. W. Hazleton, I'a. 

Brown, Albert 1.. 235% S. 1th St., Sunbury, Pa. 

Brown, Francis T. H5% Walnut St., Sunbury, Pa. 

Burns, John J. 317 Hamilton St.. Harrisburg, Pa. 

Burns, Robert P. 317 Hamilton St.. Harrisburg, Pa. 

Bushick, Ronald 1'. 755 Chestnut St., Kulpmont, I'a. 

Butler, Donald J. 526 Orchard St., Warrior Run, Pa. 

Cannon, James J. 1246 Center St., Shamokin, Pa. 

Carey, Harold W. 321 Blackman St., W. Pittston, Pa. 

Casula, Michalene A. (03 Coal St.. Shenandoah, I'a. 

C'esare. Donald .1 515 Lawrence St., Old Forge, Pa. 

Cherilla, Rocco V. 246 E. First St.. Hazleton. I'a. 

Ciampi, Anthony (;. 02 S. Main St.. Shickshinny, Pa. 

Clarridge, Clifton 

1303 Maple View PI., S. F... Washington, I). C. 

Cleaver, William .1. R. D. 2, Orangeville, Pa. 

Coleman. Shirley J. Beavertown, I'a. 

Coval, Leon 20 Columbia Ave.. Bloomsburg, I'a. 

Dailey, Jacob I'.. 323 W. Market St.. Danville, I'a. 

Dab'. Charles J. 315 Moffit Ave., Kane. I'a. 

Davis, Stewart E. 345 E. Fifth St.. Bloomsburg, I'a. 

Deibert, Lola .1. It. D. _'. Danville. I'a. 

Dietz. John A. 260 Vine St., Plymouth, I'a. 

D aleski. Rose Marie 716 W.Pine St., Frackville, Pa. 

Dorak. Michael J. 1 nti W. Front St.. Berwick, i'a. 

Dorasavage. Margaret TOO Mahantongo St., Pottsville, I'a. 

Kekert. Irene (>. Shaft St., Gilberton, Pa. 

Edwards, Richard in Moss St.. Plymouth, Pa. 

Knama. Joan C. Nuremberg, I'a. 

Evans, David C. 341 Chestnut St.. W. Reading, I'a. 

Evans, Marilyn B. 654 N. Franklin St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Fenstermacher, Harry 230 Pine St., Catawissa, Pa. 

I- it zsimmons, Ma rguerite 

1010 Lackawanna Ave.. Maytiehl. I'a. 



Fogel, Glenn S'. 521 Edison Ave.. Sunbury, 

Funk. Geraldine M. Route 1. Lebanon, 

Furgele, Frank J. Box 253, Shamokin, 

Galiley, Leonard E. 2 Grand SI.. Danville. 

Galinski, Francis II. 607 Lackawanna St., Forest City, 

Gallagher, Edward C. 87 N. Main St., Shickshinny, 

Geist, Franklin I. It. I). l. Danville. 

George, Joseph D. Box 36, Chambersville, 

Gilbert, William .1. 83 Amherst Ave., Wilkes-Barre, 

Gillespie, William 372 Fast St.. Bloomsburg, 

i. inter, William L. R. D. 2, Hunlock Creek, 

Glidden, Knth K. (08 Erie Ave., Susquehanna, 

Haddad. Dyar 202 Arcli St., Sunbury, 

Haddon, John C. -':i-' Jefferson St.. HI sburg, 

Harmon. Barbara It. D. 1. Lykens. 

Harring, Maynard L. ....... Pitman. 

Hartley. Harold V. Lenoxville, 

Heckman, David L. n E. Third St., Bloomsburg, 

Herman, Harry ... 542 Reagan St., Sunbury, 

Hen. William G. 530 W. Maple St., Hazleton, 

Hessert, Barbara M. 

1905 W. Southern Ave.. South Williamsport. 

Hitchings, Albert H. 188 Charles St., Luzerne, 

Hornberger, Lester .1. 149 N. Quince St., Mt. Carmel, 

Hriskn, William F. 312 S. Middle St., Frackville, 

Hughes, Milton (i. 19 S. Regent SI.. Wilkes-Barre. 

Hurtt, Henry G. Ill Butler St.. Forty-Fort, 

Jenkins, David W. 5 Oak St., West Hazleton, 

Johnson, Edward W. It. I). :t. Bloomsburg. 

Johnson, Eleanor M. It. I). I. Box 304. Kane. 

Jones, Tliomas C. 5 1 1 Delaware Ave.. W. Pittston. 

Kaler, Ronald A. .. State St., Millville, 

Kanyuek. Calvin 6 Rock St., Glen Lyon, 

Kennedy. Eleanor It. D. :., Bloomsburg, 

Kile. Nelson II. 54 W. Eighth St., Wyoming, 

Kistler. Patricia A. River Road, Bloomsburg, 

Kobal. George I :is (lak St.. Nanticoke, 

Kozlowski, Raymond J. Kingsley, 

Kreisher, William J. I'. <>.. Box 107, Shamokin. 

Krepich, Michael A. 1233 Ferris Ave.. Berwick. 

Krzywieki. Jeanne C. 104 F. Main St.. Plymouth, 

Laubscher, Robert E. 105 Broad St.. Selinsgrove, 

Laux, Richard F. W. Main St.. Trucksville, 

Ledyard, Richard A. 153 E. Fourth St., Bloomsburg. 

Lenhart, Jack M. 803 Berwick ltd.. Bloomsburg, 

LeVan. Stanley L. 035 F,. Fourth St.. Bloomsburg, 

Looker. Russell L. 129 Lorain St., Johnstown, 



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Lundy. Marilyn W. 122 E. Fourth St., Bloomsburg, 

Lylo. Michael [419 Second Ave.. Berwick, 



MacDougall, Joyce L. 
Marsilio, Alfred S. 
Matuleski, Charlotte M 
Mazzitti, !,. Gloria 
McAloose, William M. 
McHugh, Cornelius .1. 
McLaughlin, Thomas ,1 



;i!!i E. Third St.. Berwick, 
.' in E. Elm St.. Hazleton, 
3] Slope St., Nanticoke, 
[103 Ferris Ave.. Berwick. 
(enter St.. Kelayres. 
U5 W. Seventh St., Hazleton. 
Buek Mountain, Barnesville, 
McNainee. Mrs. Dorothy Cedor Havre de Grace, ^ 

Meier, .lean M. Mifflinville, 

Mertz, Florence M. K. I). 1, Northumberland. 

Miller. Robert E. 822 S. Fourth St.. Sunbury, 

Miller. Royal A. It. I). 8, Bloomsburg, 

Mitchell, Kathleen [01 W. Mahanoy St., Mahanoy City, 
Morrison, Richard It. :>-'h E. Market St.. Danville. 

Mouery, (Hive I.. 136 S. Poplar St.. Mt. (annel. 

Nawroeki. Vincent F. t Federal St., New Philadelphia, 
Newman, Lois J. 73 Oliver St., Wilkes-Barre, 

North. David T. Millville, Rd., Bloomsburg, 



Osenbach, Robert C. 
Payne, Marion \*. 
Peffel. John .1. 
Pelchar, Joseph J. 
Philo, Laura A. 
Powell, Richard ('. 
Price, Janet K. 
Rachko, George 
Radzwich, William J. 
Reed. Thomas J. 
Reed. William W. 
Reese. Jack 
Rhinard, Kathryn L. 
Rider. M. Janice 
Riley. John K. 



19 S. Fourth St.. Frackville, 

niiii Vine Ave.. Williamsport, 

unit Chestnut St.. Kulpmont, 

.'ills North St.. Keiser, 

240 E. First St., HI nsburg. 

356 S. Hanover St.. Pottstown, 

2">t Carsonia Ave., Reading, 

324 Lehigh Ave., Frackville, 

521 Main St.. Tomhicken, 

1 1 I Blair St.. Plymouth, 

1265 Highland Ave.. Sunbury, 

106 E. 5th St.. Berwick, 

1 urn Chestnut St.. Berwick, 

State St., Millville. 

'_•(> Mulberry St., Danville. 



Ruckle. M. Jeanne 524 W. Third St., Bloomsburg, 

Rummage. Frederick ('. R. D. 1, Hunlock Creek. 

Sanders. Roy W. I 11-' State St., Shaniokin. 



Sclieno, Angelo P. 
Schukis, Thomas E. 
Search. Philip W. 
Sh.i naiiaii. John P. 
Sheehan, Francis J. 
Sherman, Barbara A. 
Shultz, Carl R. 
Simpson, Edwin R. 
Slikes. Edward 1'. 
Sluyter, Joyce M. 
Smith, George A. 
Snyder, Edward 
Stanitskie. Francis J. 
Stanko. Constance M. 
Stec. Dorothy M. 
Stevens, John 
Stonik, John M. 
Strausser, Fred I.. 
Swartz, Nancy D. 
Taylor, Patricia J. 
Thomas, David II. 
Thurston, Robert I.. 
Tiisko. John 
Troutman, C. Walter 
Troxell, William 
Unger, Nancy J. 
Vanderslice, Joanne M. 
Wagner, John I. 
Weinstein. Philip 
Whibley, James A. 
White. John E. 
Williams. George E. 
Williams. Nancy It. 
Womer, Robert M. 
Wood. Graydon C. 
Worhacz. Walter 
Wright. Mary Anna 
Yoz\ iak, Marie C. 



fi.i E. Fifth St., Bloomsburg, Pa. 

71 l Center St.. Mahanoy City, Pa. 

L'lii Madison St.. Wilkes Banc, l'a. 

117 Pennsylvania Ave., Bangui, Pa. 

61 Valley St.. New Philadelphia, Pa. 

Benton, Pa 

306 Glenn Ave., Bloomsburg, Pa. 

1023 Pine St.. Berwick, Pa. 

is Gravel St.. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

R. D. 1, Towandn. Pa. 

.i3."> Catawissa Ave., Sunbury'- Pa. 

[66 W. Broad St.. Hazleton. Pa. 

Kill Chestnut St.. Kulpmont. Pa. 

321 Front St.. Danville. Pa. 

L':t Main St.. Mahanoy Plane. Pa. 

IT Main St., Morea. Pa. 

lit E. Shawnee Ave., Plymouth, Pa. 

208 E. Ninth St., Bloomsburg, l'a. 

.-.(! Bedford St.. Forty-Fort. Pa. 

Dushore, Pa, 

Orangeville, Pa. 

136 South St.. Sunbury, Pa. 

7 17 James St.. Hazleton. Pa. 

Overlook, R. D. 2. Shaniokin, Pa. 

42(3 Stevens St.. Shaniokin. Pa. 

27 W. Pettebone St.. Forty-Fort, Pa. 

360 W. Fifth St.. Bloomsburg. Pa. 

2 K. Pine St.. BliMimsbur;:. Pi 

85 S. Grant St.. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

227 W. Main St.. Bloomsburg, Pa. 

623 E. Fifth St.. Bloomsburg. Pa. 

15 Cross St.. Danville. Pa. 

7:('_' Centre St., Ashland. Pa. 

1202 Howard Ave.. Pottsville, Pa. 

1929 N. Market St.. Berwick, Pa. 

234 S. Second St.. Shaniokin. Pa. 

s E. Third St.. Bloomsburg. Pa. 

31 Luzerne St.. Wilkes-Barre. Pa. 



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