Morrisville State College - Arcadian Yearbook (Morrisville, NY)

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I am confident that all of you feel very close to Morrisville after your two years of study and living here and I am sure that the two years spent at your Alma Mater will remain a highlight in your memories over the years. Those of us who remain at Morrisville will miss you and we wish you the best of luck in everything that you set out to accomplish in the future. Please return often to visit us. dw. - Madlson H ll The GYIHUHSI lm Sprmg T m Graduauon SXTY A M-L Hf is F N -iv A EZ 6' V 5' J A. 07 fqeg? 1948 -g. Bailey Hall Summertime Guarded by the nobel maples, Memories of the past will cheer us Under Heavens arch of blue, Cbnrm As we oft repeat thy nameg Stands our glorious Alma Mater, Let the echoes sweep the glen, Our beloved Alma Mater, With the hills in distant view. Each voice rise higher in our lay, We will ever sing thy fame. . 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This class already has received high dividends from the foresighted and forthright action of those men, for this State University Institute and all its students have benefited from the establishment of the University. The founders, in their turn, have profited by seeing educational opportunities more widely extended to deserving young people who are so well represented by this class. You have demonstrated in no small measure the qualities of faith, of courage, and of vision. You have had the vision to map out rewarding careers and to realize that solid preparation, such as that obtainable at this Institute, would be necessary to achieve your goals. You have had the courage to persist in this effort over the past two years, despite temporary discouragements. You have shown the faith in yourselves and in your instructors which PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE warrants this investment of their time and yours. I share their confidence that this investment will benefit not only you but all the people of our State through your increased readiness for meaningful citizenship. In return for its faith in you, the State Uni- versity of New York can ask only an intangible: a continuation of your own faith in the University and an even enlarged vision of what that University can be. As the end of the State University's first decade approaches, I am sure that we have just begun to realize the potential of service to all the people which this Institute and its sister colleges offer. A very major challenge to our faith, our vision, and particularly to our courage lies in the future of this State University. Our achieving its maximum potential of service will be speeded by the understanding, enthusiastic aid of our former students. My hearty congratulations to the Class of 1958 bespeak iny confidence in your successful and re- warding lives for which the State University Institute at Morrisville has done its part to prepare you. ef- f YFLEF51 LAWRENCE L. JARVIE, Ph.D. Executive Deen MALCOLM B. GALBREATH, Ph.D. Former Director The Seniorr were saddened to learn that Galbreath had retired during zbe Summer became of ill health. I THE ADVISORY COUNCIL Seated: Otis Marshall, Munsville, Clmirmang Woodrow B. Hogan, Chitrenangog Robert H. Palmirer, Bouckvilleg Mrs. Constance Noyes Robertson, Kenwood. Standing: F. Reed Alvord, I-Iamiltong Nelson L. Neidhardt, Morrisville. 'IO DEDICATION We know a man on campus whose record, achiever and, jovial personality are such that we would like to de the 1958- Arcadian to him. As head of, the Industrial Di for seventeen years, Mr. Wfilliam DeVoll Kilby has ve faithfully for the growth of this Division which now hz largest enrollment of any unit on campus. The foresight lt shown has led to the present diversified program offer: his division and to its continuing expansion. "Pete" Kilby as he is known by everyone has done more than head the division. He has served as class at and as advisor to both the Student Christian Union and Gamma Fraternity. He helped organize the Morrisville munity Chest and was its president for two years. Acti the Boy Scout program, he is a member of the Scout C of Madison County. He has also served as an officer i Rotary Club, supported the Community Hospital, the C Observer Corps, and was chairman of the local Red Cross ter during the war years. Educated at Union College and Cornell University, was elected to Delta Kappa Honorary Society and Psi I social Fraternity at Union. Mr. Kilby is a member c St. Thomas Episcopal church in Hamilton, a Royal Mason and a member of the Eastern Stars in Morrisville. His jovial manner, his friendliness, his foresighted pl: and his fine record in the past seventeen years here at M. A have led the Arcadian Staff to dedicate this 1958 book to V DeVo1l Kilby. P i E l XX le ,ff l cw. The Kilbys'home on North street. "Pete" and "Peg" Kilby enjoy a quiet evening by their fireside. 2: - it at isa ku it . Q ,ug L. ROBERT CRANE, B.S., M.S. Head of the Agricultural Division. DIVISION 0F AGRICULTURE We are all aware that we live now in a rapidly changing world. As a result of invention, scientific investigation, and the application of the resulting developments, our Agriculture and Industry changes constantly. Here at Morrisville we keep our teaching, both in the classroom and laboratory, in step with the accepted practices to be encountered as graduates leave college to enter positions in the world at work. This year has been one involving considerable change in organization of the Agricultural Curriculum at M.A.T.I. We have shifted from the old system of several Departments in Agriculture to two general classifications. Students in Agriculture now major in either Agricultural Production Technology or Agricultural Service Technology. Agricultural Production Technology is for young men and women that have decided to earn their livelihood in the actual production of Agri- cultural products. From this group will come some of the outstanding New York State farmers and nurserymen of the future. Agricultural Service Technology incorporates the training for those interested in areas of em- ployment closely allied to agricultural production. This large area of opportunity includes Dairy Tech- nology, Agricultural Engineering, Floriculture, Agri- cultural Business, Soil Conservation, and many more similarly related areas. At present approximately half our Agricultural Graduates enter employment in this field of Agricultural Service Technology. We anticipate this will be a fertile field of opportunity in the years immediately ahead. 1.62. U f. kr -V I nf? 'JL' - , V ' ? 'bf' 13' ,-- ' ' I-x um ., ., X-H . It' . '- iN, Q - ' FACULTY HARRIS I. SLOPER, B.S.Ed. IAM A. HOUGI-ITON, M.S. Buxifzen and Poultry Farm Mavzagefzzent ELLIS M. MONTFORT, D.V.M. ARTHUR I.. HICKS Veterinary Science Greenbouw fm? I ...... KENNETH AMES JOHN SAXTON, A.A.S. RICHARD T. SCHULTZ, A.A.S Poflllfymgn Herdjmgfz FzzF7Il Sltpffiniendenf FACULTY mvlslon or Acmcuuunz ROBERT L. STEVENS, M.S. HOWARD HARTER Animal Huxbarzdry x ' 'f I Q. 'U FREDRICK R. FUESS, M. Ed. Agronomy . ,. ,n Dairy Ind11.vl:'3' GEORGE SPADER, M.S. RALPH WHITEHEAD, M.S. Horticulizrre Agriculture Engineering Yi V 1 V .rin A 11. . wr J Lf -55" 'i ,-1fr:1.,5l'I'.3E4 -'iff f:'5f-'475f5ff- mqvz, .'!fl'EV ji' ,':1'5f1:f'V3:5.,f:1- .,:-" 4---. f :ff Hffwfzf ???iEf?3'sfil1ii3E?i5ixiii ,.:f:g:2i:ii'r21211i553f1f, 'ffffffl ff 5 ff , T 25.91 fk f:Z?EF"1-:fEi5f"1- FW. -"i' .r' f 124 ygffz q. M221 K-1i?EfZM,fliailafifilwseif Q33 'I4 ROBERT NURNBERGER, M.S. Science I' - 4 JOHN W. STEWART, B.S., M.S. Head of Food Processing and Laboralory Technology. FOOD PROCESSING AND LABRATORY TECHNOLOGY DIVISION In 1945 a new curriculum, known as Food Technology, was started in Morrisville. The purpose was to train young men for the commerical canning anf freezing industry with the main emphasis on production supervision and maintenance. As the course developed a wide variety of jobs appeared in such fields as Quality Control, Inspection of both raw and finished products, Field Work and Sales, as Well as, Supervision and Maintenance. Starting with very inadequate facilities in our old Pilot Plant and with 12 students in 1945, the course has grown so that we have graduated some 400 students and now have approximately 80 students enrolled. This year a new building comparable to the most modern commercial food processing plants makes possible actual experience in processing a great variety of products. This building has a large processing room, warehouse, food specialties labora- tory, meat laboratory, quality control laboratory, classrooms and offices. In 1956, the Laboratory Technology Depart- ment was added to this Division and the name changed to Food Processing and Laboratory Tech- nology Division. The Laboratory Technology De- partment emphasises Chemistry, Bacteriology and Zoology and fits young people for technicians positions in county health laboratories, pharmaceuti- cal companies, food plant quality control laboratories and many related industries. At present, there are 24 students in this department. In light of the increasing need for trained personnel in all types of industry the Food Pro- cessing and Laboratory Technology courses, we feel, are helping to fill this very acute need. 1 E if I 3? --W -f --- f W V , , ,.. 2, M :oggvf me? ., ,f , lf ,Q E Q-A1 - fn. 1 , ,F , ,W , EL 5 f 1 QQQQWQQKS wgszgf 2 f m. 1 Q., - 4, ,. , , L. , . Q I 2 FOOD PROCESSING AND LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY DIVISION GLENN OLMSTEAD, B.S., M.S. HOWARD GRIFFITHS, B.S., M.S Food Technology Cl:1eo1i,szr3f T FACULTY D BS Ms HOWARD DOANE CHARLES SEMERA , . ., . . I 0 Bacteriology Zoology Pzlot Plant Superwxor 16 A. FERN JACKSON, B.S., M.S., F.d.D., Head of the Home Economics Division. DIVISION OF HOME ECONOMICS Food Service Administration prepares young men and women for supervisory and managerial positions in places where large groups of people are fed. Feeding people is a growing business and the demand for graduates in the Food Service field is high. Commercial restaurants, cafeterias and snack bars provide openings for graduates. Those who prefer the institutional field obtain employment in indus- trial cafeterias, school cafeterias, college feeding centers and hospitals. The freshman foods laboratories have been recently modernized and redecorated. The campus cafeteria, where students get practical experience by preparing meals for students and faculty five days a week, is furnished with modern and efficient equip- ment and is colorfully decorated. The snack bar in the Student Union provides additional experience. Students get further on-the-job training in co-operat- ing centers-hospitals, restaurants, college eating centers and central schools. An Advisory Committee for Food Service Administration includes men and women prominent in the food business. They meet regularly with the faculty to review the curriculum and recommend changes -to keep the program current. The Practical Nursing program was developed in 1945 to meet the needs of both hospitals and homes in the area. The practical nursing students have one semes- ter of pre-clinical study on the Morrisville campus and further work at the Gerret Smith Infirmary at Eaton. The following seven months are spent gain- ing clinical experience at Cortland Memorial Hospi- tal, the affiliating center. Additional facilities used are nursery schools and various public health clinics. Upon satisfactory completion of the one year course, the student is eligible for the state board examinations for licensure as a practical nurse. Fi. , ,, ,...,.. WA- ,W U fm J' E fi. iw LOIS THOMAS, B.S. Food Service Administration iiil gf N 3 A EVELYN FISHER, M.S. Home Economic: wi- .ww Q , i is-,f'grj ' 'jg' 46-va-1-V W ff' - - -f FACULTY HOME ECONOMICS DOROTHY METZLER, B.S Food Service Adminiymztion VIRGINIA STEVENS, M.S. Home Economic: xwffwd is- "" 9 DOROTHY FEARON, B.S., R.N. MILDRED CI-IRISTIVIAN, M.A. ELEANOR BROWIN, AJLS A ljmctiml Nurxe Training, Matbenzalzcx A Food SHVWCG .f-ff' TY, 7020044457 777 - LEE!-if :ri ,Q ,ci 5- 5 W. DE VOLL KILBY, M.S., Head of the Industrial Division. INDUSTRIAL DIVISION The Industrial Division offers courses in Automotive Technology, Electrical Technology, Instrument Technology and jewelry Technology. Technical courses, supplemented by modern laboratory procedures and general educational courses, provide a Well-rounded program preparing the student for employ- ment in the Industrial and Technical Fields. In this era of scientific achievement technical training is becoming a vmust. Opportunities for growth are unlimited. Educators and industrialists work together in preparing the curriculum which must meet the present day needs while anticipating the problems of tomorrow. M2444 W. D. Kilby, Chairman Industrial Difuirion I9 ROBERT CARTER, B.S. in E.E. Electrical Technology Y INDUSTRIAL FACULTY RAY WILCOX, M.S. Phyxicx get JOHN DEVANY, M.S. J: E. LAPP, 'B.S. in M.E. lndustfial Mathematic: Automotive Technology aa k . w Au, w Y H 145 - I f. 2. 2 - . R S R '.i .' 'Z D: . u V Y 1 'n ww, we f' . J f 1 1.1 , Fai. Xl R R x' EDWARD GOLAS, B.S. FRANCIS D. LEADEN, B.S. NELSON LITTLEFIELD, BS jewelry Technology Drafting Automotive Technology CHARLES HOLBURN B.S. DELBERT MC KEE, A.A.S. BENSON S. MURRAY, B.S. Buyingyy Mgnggemgm Instrumentation jewelry Technology RICHARD LAWLER, B.S. WILLIAM SCHURER, B.S. Phyxics Auto Technology INDUSTRIAL HERMAN WORZEL, A.A.s. FRED QUA11: BS Auto Technology Electrical Technology GENERAL EDUCATION E 1 me , " . 7 22 12"-3 GEORGE METZLER, M.A. TAZE R. HUNTLEY, M.A. Coinmunicationf Sleillx Social Science ERAI. znuculon FACULTY 'ell - .A J - Z 'K ig fb! .1 WILLIAM HELMER, B.S. Communication Skillx ROBERT DRAKE, M.S. Playxical Education, Coach TANEY BEAUMONT B S EUGENE J' MAGNER MA PAUL CARTER MA Communication Skill: Librarian Mathematics Amman! Coach r Df- a2Qw E 'm r a 1 division H5353 B. Gy!-NT, MS., Heads new A tvvo-year eurricuiurn in Business 'Yecbnoiogq Eebyuanj Ui, X957 by the State University or New York B00 d is being oiiered ror the iirst time this year. The curri-- ' t'ne co-operation oi an Advisory Cornrnittee ' dustry in Centrai New York ared to iiii posi- that roved on was app rd oi Trustees an euiuyn was deveiooed with up oi Xeaders oi business and in Business 'Yecbnoiogy viii! be prep currieuiurn has been set up so Science or Accounting. Business rnade tes or ei. The retariai 'i oril the and Gradua tions aS business personn ciaiize in either Sec ' ' ed areas, graduates r background in business students may soc in addition to t'ne speCiaXi'1, 'Yecbnoiogy currieuiurn wiii have a broad generai education. VW 24 KM I M'j?51 I ' af:--yu, ' if?-rnsfeff My .- fu J' ,,,' A""-..- Wiz, ,1 ' b -. . 133-. Y , ' HV- 2 "Z, -.:. , Fam Q 5' ffm. 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' 'i -'1,4Q"'f P A '1 - ' '-Q., xg'-A - Y 4- ! 5 :xg-H . 1 ' 'K 4 """NX 4 ' 4 ,fggirs fl ,Vim "N-ff-.., ' , . l 2 -E MAINTENANCE STAFF S. johnson OFFICE STAFF P. Honczar Mrs. A. W. Smith Mrs. M. Barker E. Parker C. Keyes K. Schlimmer V. Streeter A. Conner T. Eiholzer Mrs. Iva Scheele B. Wightman Fred Marty H. Curtis K. Crumb C' Ryan DORMITORY SUPERVISORS INFIRMARY E. Hockridge C. Dunkle Ruth McCabe Clara Parker il CAFETERIA STAFF SNACKBAR CENTRAL HEATING PLANT STAFF Mrs. G. Keyes Mary Davis Mrs. J. Weir H r Hu - 1 L. Williams s.E. R. Weimar, sr. J. Head, s.F. A J- Kamu, P.F. ' L. Laraway, S.F. D. Bergner, S.F. H. Ehntholt, P.F. R. Schultz, P.F 26 Ia ki ml- K 4 . SENIORS We present the Senior section with these memories of the Crystal Fantasy Ball. This dance sponsored by the Class of '58 was one of the most beautiful social functions of the year. . 1-4' P' . . -, 7 N 9' S,-e 1, lx-xi, ' ' H 5 F SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS BERNIE GOLDEN ROSS CALTABIANO Prexident Vice-Prexident CHARLES SEMERAD V. if J , ix Class Adffixor lk BEVERLY SMITH JAMES NORTHUP Sewemfy Treamrer 28 mvlslon or E5 is Asmcununz -fpigf-Q 5-.,.a:,.HYi::,3g,,,E,,ae':5:,, rfb' gs' w-V.-:,-,..-.-, JOHN BACON KD. No. 1, Box 103 Arkport, N. Y. Agricultural Production Theta Gamma, Arcadian, In- tramural Sports, Dance Band, Kampus Krier, Inter-Orgarv ization Council. GUSTAV E ALLMACHER 5 Palmer Avenue Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y. Agricultural Production Theta Gamma, Arcadian, Football, Intramural Sports, Baseball, Agribusiness Club. P-1-rn'-:-'.'f"1""T ' ' " "'-' Tm' ' 1-71 FRANCIS BARTKOWIAK . Dunning Drive, Camillus, N. Y. Horticulture Floriculture Club. 'TQ M-l I 1. - ., -L l 'V lg : AGRICULTURE PRODUCTION BRUCE BARNES North Brookfield, N. Y. Agricultural Production Theta Gamma, Intramural Sports, Agrlbusmess Club. John Saxton and the M.A.T.I. herd. DUANE BUTTON R.D. 1, Middlesex, N. Y. Agricultural Production Agribusiness Club. Rx 'N 4? 9, -5 JAMES JOROLEMON 278 Ellington Drive Rochester 16, N. Y. Agricultural Production Agribusiness Club, Rifle Club, Pistol Club. The potential herd. STUART F. CREIGHTON 525 Lorenzo Place, Elmira, N. Y. Horticulture "Hifi" JOHN C. KUYPER 715 Highview Drive Wyckoff, N. J. Agricultural Production Theta Gamma, Football, In- tramural Sports, Agribusi- ness Club, Chorus. LESLIE D. HOVER 584 Lyon Street Elmira, N. Y. Horticulture -eww' ng'1':1'1FP' HOWARD REED 45 Floral Avenue Cortland N Y Agrzcultuml Productzon Honor Society Football Ag rxbusrness Club Intramural Sports ,of'f'?7h THOMAS J PITARRESI 63 Bryant Avenue Rxchmond N Y Florzculture DUDLEY SCHULER W Jefferson Road Plttsforcl N Y F lorzculture Veterans Club Intramural Sports Bowlxng Agrrbusx ness Club Arcadxan Chorus Florxculture Club Rifle and Pxstol Club M497 l SHERMAN R WALROD R D 2 Kennedy N Y H of-tzculture AGRICULTURE SERVICE RAYMOND TROTTA 78 29 86 Street Glendale 27 N Y N Agrzcultuml Praductzon Agrxbusxness Club w KEITH WILLIAMS R.D. 1 Memphis, N. Y. Agribusiness Club. Agricultural Production P' H 'ig-'x Wu .I I ,ar .. gi' 1 X U ga A lb S? Q RICHARD AUYER R.D. 5 Volney, N. Y. Agricultural Service LEWIS D. DAIN HAROLD E. BOLTON R.D. 2 Center Road South New Berlin, N. Y. Kendall, N. Y. Agrzcultural Service Agrzcultural Productzon GERALD BEAGLE R.D. 1 Remsen, N. Y. Agricultural Service WALDO R. LATIMER Chautauqua Road Fredonia, N. Y. Agricultural S ervlce I+ H UIQ H.. ...Q H mme? 1 JOHN DAVID 902 Rush, West Rush Rush, N. Y. Agricultural Service JACK R. MILLER Road 27 Wright Sr. Wolcott, N. Y. Agricultural Service nrvur AGRICULTURE SERVICE Summer Excavauon. THOMAS F. MEEHAN R.D. 2 Watkins Glen, N. Y. Agrlcullural S ervice WILLIAM R. MACHELL cfo Dennis R.D. 2, Manlius, N. Y. Agricultural Service LE ROY G. NICHOLS R.D. 1 Owego, N. Y. Agricultural Service BRUCE H. MORRIS cfo Berry R.D. 1 Watkins Glen, N. Y. Agricultural Service RICHARD J. RASMUSSEN 16 North Street Rt. 1 Pulaski, N. Y. A griculturnl Service The latest in pipeline milkers JAMIL SHORAKA 67-25 Dartmouth Street Forest Hills, N. Y. Agricultural Produclion GEORGE T. SHEEKEY 7036 65th Place Brooklyn, N. Y. Agricultural Service a ROMANA KENNETH G. STAFFORD SKOROBOHATA RQDD 4 79 East 7th Street Cortland, N. Y. New York, N' Y' Agricultural Service Agricultural Service GARY ALLEN S Watewille, N. Y. Agrlcullural Service Theta Gamma, Agribusiness Club. AGRICULTURE SERVICE M.A.T.I.----as the Aggies of '58 will remember it. isgicl ' E -5. , ,. - ', M'- S: -. I ,, . ,Q A,,wm,.3-fffE.21 'HIL Q, 5, 2 - ' g : Q 2 1 "" " DIVISION OF I .. I 92 f -,N ,QQ ' " if , W , ..,,, 5, JE -I .'-I , 1 3- - " , , -I ,1 ,zz 'mi 1 T mf si E Mgt! I!! FOOD TECHNOLOGY sv?-'Nc' en- PQ. CHARLES CREIGI-ITON 16 Woodland Avenue Mohopac, N. Y. Food Technology Student Council, Food Pres- ervation Association, Veter- an's Club, Football, Basket- ball, Intramural Sports. EDWARD BARNES Narrowaburg, N. Y. Food Technology Food Preservation Associ- ation, Intramural S p o r t s, Bowling. LOUIS COPT 81 West Grand Avenue Merrick, N. Y. Food Technology R. DOUGLAS BLIVEN 5 Huntington Road Garden City, N. Y. Food Technology Food Preservation Associ ation. FOOD PRESERVATION WALTER DE MARCO 161 Temple Street West Roxbury, Mass. Food Technology Inter-Organizational Council, Honor Society, Food Preser- vation Association, Veteran's Club. F. PAUL DI MARIA 106-48 97 Street Ozone Park 17, N. Y. Food Technology Food Preservation Associa- A 1 tion, Bowling. JAMES DI FRANCISCO 149-65 45 Avenue Flushing 55, N. Y. Food Technology Food Preservation Associa- tion, Bowling. 5--aj v. T-,e-..W YW ALAN DONDERO 30-47 Hobart Street Woodside 77, Long Island N. Y. Food Technology Kappa Delta Sigma, Newman Club, Food Preservation As- sociation. - Q. 'lwlM1xsiHFwiL1m-- , H. A Senior's advice-the contributing factor. ROBERT I-IERNANDEZ XVILLIAIVI KIRKMAN W 264 10th Avenue GRAY Q New York, N. Y. Main Street I Food Technology Amagansett, Long Island, I N. Y. ' Kappa Delta Sigma, Food Preservation Association, Stu- dent Council. Food Technology I. ALBERT HOLZBORN Rice Road Elma, N. Y. Food Technology Kappa Delta Sirna, Food Preservation Association. GUY LOUGHEED Oxford, N. Y. Food Technology F o o d Preservation Associ- FOOD PRESERVATION ation. JACK W. MERKLEY Buffalo, N. Y. Food Technology Theta Gamma, Intramural Sports, Food Preservation As sociarion. DONALD MOSMAN 764 Main Street Olean, N. Y. Food Technology Theta Gamma, Intramural Sports, Bowling, Food Preser- vation Association. DONALD MOORE 170 Madison Street Cortland, N. Y. Food Technology Basketball, Baseball. JAMES NORTHUP R.D. 1 Oneonta, N. Y. Food Technology Inter-Organizational Council, Food Preservation Associ- w ation, Intramural S p o r t s Bowling. JOSEPH PIDGEON 1 Linden Avenue Oneonta, N. Y. Food Technology , .asa Nm 1 ,V-, t ll l flflfl fili l J.. :WU J lib' fl .l L ff X6 lvlgiguii T 957151 AS r l eff - I-V 'Ly ' XX Q llgelajnlzni Y. n food ephjf logy Ulfil '- Football, Intramural Sports, iSn,fFi3 rvation Baseball. ssociation, fx n lm u 1: a 1 ' spam. ll .alia 1 f Q ag RIMA .erase EW ,ag H, ...J 1 oz.. awe l A cold trip. 3- EDWARD H. STEIN 134-51 229 Street Lauralton 13, N. Y. Food Technology Kappa Delta Sigma, Bowling, Food Preservation Associ ation. 35' HOWARD POMP 208 Oakwood Road Huntington Station, N. Y, Food Technology Inter-Organizational Council, Food Preservation Associ- ation, Intramural S p o r ts Bowling. HARRY I. SOLLIE Box 352 Morrisville, N. Y. Food Technology Football. nqexaitilulin'-'Y 11"-" LOUIS ROMASCO 1888 East Chester Bronx 61, N. Y. Food Technology Food Preservation ation, Bowling. Road Associ FOOD PRESERVATION EARL STIFFLEAR Hyndsville, N. Y. Food Technology Food Preservation Associ- ation, Intramural Sports. GERALD THOMPSON Box 126 Bridgeport, N. Y. Food Technology Basketball, Baseball. MICHAEL SUPRAN 65-44 Saunders Street Rego Park, N. Y. Food Technology Inter-Organizational Council, Food Preservation Associ' ation, Intramural S p o r t s, Bowling. EUGENE THORDAHL Gowanda State Road North Collins, N. Y. Food Technology Food Preservation Associ- ation, l Y iw H of l'EiivfilE:i'TF7ij'i gr f .-- - va.l.1i- H -.., lil? f W ' I 1 i H1525 .fs-N' -M Wm l The Food Tech laboratory under Summer skies ROBERT TREPA DAVID TOWNE 437 Wilkinson Street Syracuse, N. Y. Lab, Tech. Munnsville, N. Y Food Technology Food Preservation Associ- ation, Football, Basketball. THEODORE S. TUBES Waterville, N. Y. Food Technology Food Preservation Associ- ation. IRVING WEITZMAN 259 Keap Street Brooklyn 11, N. Y. Food Terlanology Kappa Delta Sigma, Food Preservation Association. . 'fe' ALVIN WEISNER 538 Jerome Street Brooklyn 7, N. Y. Food Technology Food Preservation ation, Bowling. Associ FOOD PRESERVATION ALAN WELLS RICHARD MORTON 312 West Thomas Street Eaton, N. Y. 24 Rome, N. Y. Food Teclonology Food Technology To graduate Food Preservation Associ- january1959- atxon, Bowling. rg. 8 W iff uc' ll Hofior Jil ROGER WILCOX 25 Milford Street Hamilton, N. Y. Food Technology K t -I ko -Iwi ,- Q3 .mffr l zgpgf A I 1 - T ,AHL ii 4- Sf ' Rissrmyfff 1- or L 'L A ,fl ,J . 1, an J f BoWEHg,6,Int5a lg-jf DAVID WILLIAMS R.D. 2 Schoharie, N. Y. Food Technology Food Preservation Associ- ation, Intramural Sports. 45 ,. . - l - .--,f,.g,f-f STANLEY ZACEK Middleville, N. Y. Food Tecbnology Brooks Hall Council, Basket ball, Food Preservation Asso- ciarion. 11- il v Mr. Whitehead tells about his trip to Alaska Reception for Mr. Whipple on his appointment as Direc- IOI. 5, . if- ' ' v -+V .E , K .- - f 11 ,-IL' I, x f Aim... 'YQ . ' ' ' I ' ' 5 V it -I , x 75 , 1 ,gf L rig f l A L I ' 4 5 ' ' ,ff A I f I ,J 1' 2 .f , f . A , 3: A -' I 4. it ,' ' 'gl I N ' 1 ' nag' f dl- 'fl Ja 132 ' A L q 0 .. f -fL0C1fed.,uf?.f - 'f Electrical Tech students at work in their 5' 'L ' 7 -- i il lab Eddie Parker and Hockey revamping 14 - Helyar Hall Summer '57. 1, lv , 1 TN U -R W., fx l' rr- A Y K 'Cllr .Ht 4 ,J f 5 v V 4 1.,-w- w f-il. ' ' The lighter side of campus life. f.?'-,gif-.feiif iii fl awigfgwf' e'f' Could this be Darrel? ' B. Smith and L. Skibitski seem to get a charge out of everything. DIVISION OF - 1' M 'S A-G.. , 1' N wit In I f X W I 'ffhj wg Q 0 fb SIM HOME ECONOMICS e'-flax? Hr ++ 1 : Two sides to every story. . . "Very good punch. . ." DOROTHY EVANS -, R.D. l, Chenango Forks, N. Y. g Home Economics A . i . ggi: 1- 1: :rin ., an nxiuligfiz-Q X 5 se Inter-Organizational Council, i Senior Girls' Club, Chorus: .. ' PEARL BARBER Ava, N. Y. Home Economics Inter-Organizational Council, Arcadian, Senior Girls' Club, Women's Athletic Associ- ation, Student Christian Un- ion, Chorus, Bowling. uw ina W1 --nw... ......- - . 'Z SETH CHICHESTER 59 Sullivan Street Cazenovia, N. Y. Home Economics Honor Society. DOROTHY GROSVENOR 84 Canasawacta Street '- Norwich, N. Y., V4 Home Economics' 1 Honor Society, Helyar Half Council, Senior Girls' Club. l, . ,I ' - ,, C, Fee--1?5Ffff+ii. y I , -P FRANCES BARROWS 4 Pleasant View Drive Cortland, N. Y. Home Economic: Inter-Organizational Cou Arcadian, Senior Girls' Club Student Christian Unio Chorus, Bowling. FOOD SERVICE - .,. ,. 59151: lRA KILLINGER wo Rod Road R.V.D. Aurora, N. Y, Economicx 'Q -1, . lil -.. , , ft-A, , f V-1...H1.:,l" .V Senior Girls' Club, Athletic Associ- Stuclent Christian Un- SYLVIA FISHER 203 North 15th Street Olean, N. Y. Home Economics Inter-Organizational Council, Arcaclian, Senior Girls' Club, Womens Athletic Associ- ation, Newman Club, Chorus, Cheerleaders. l MARILYN JARVIS i West Sweden Road l Bergen, N. Y. Home Economicr Inter-Organizational Council, Kampus Krier, Arcadian, Senior Girls' Club, Women's Athletic Association, Student Christian Union, Chorus, Bowling, Cheerleaders. I . X , CAROLYN KINGSTON MURPHY 27 Revere Street Rochester N. Y, Home Economic: 491 LINDA A. HAY R.D. 2, Abbey Road Syracuse, N. Y. Home Economic: ?Q?l5 .N W fi? A 'nw ,i Nr I "Definitely, it shoulcl have more juice. . - -42511 l U X N. J mix 1- ! I 1 .fi i ' . E .1 ll J V ,FFL WE 5125: w xi . 5 3' w S H V H if 1 Mi :Q 1 Mg? -X: aw H . Q, ,, :egg j L. GWENDOLYN MC ADOO 3708 North Altos Avenue Tuscon, Arizona Home Economic: Helyar Hall Council, Senior Girls' Club, Wonen's Ath- letic Association, Chorus. 'Y' L CAROL LANE Sharon Springs, N. Y. meg-I ,,,. . . .N . -.W--V Home Economiar Senior Girls' Club, Chorus. J I ... :E Ji ii NORMA ROSE MAYER 205 Shaver Avenue North Syracuse, N. Y. Home Economicx Kampus Krier, Helyar Hall Council, Senior Girls' Club, Womeu's Athletic Associ- ation, Newman Club, Chorus. GLENDORA PIMM Yahn Road Victor, N. Y. Home Economiu Student Council, Kampus Ktier, Arcadian, Senior Girls' Club, Women's Athletic As- sociation, Chorus, Bowling. SUSAN MATTIA 1126 Tilden Avenue Utica 3, N. Y. Home Economic: Arcaclian, Senior Girls' Club Women's Athletic Associ- ation, Newman Club. FOOD SERVICE Do today done tomorrow. W J lv' 'l2f'g,,fJ', PATRICIA RAPP 113 Darlington Road Syracuse, N. Y. Home Economic: Senior Girls' Club, Women's Athletic Association, Bowl- ing. ROBERTA STAFFORD Oxford, N. Y, 'Ei N 6 5 ,F Atx,, ,, Ll v BEVERLY SMITH 330 Paragon Avenue. Olean, N. Y. Home Economics Student Council, Inter-Orgarr izational Council, Kampus Krier, Arcadian, Senior Girls' Club, Women's Athletic As- sociation, Cheerleaders, Bowl- ing. R.D. l Home Economic: Senior Girls' Club, Chorus. gf A midday snack in t Snackbar. BARBARA BLACK 37 Peterburo Street Vernon, N. Y. Practical Nurxing White Caps, Bowling. rl . .fa J ,4 gg JAVW 1 it 3 S., gp' nog.. MM ' ll iw be 2 it ,Q M NANCY DE WISPELAERE Joy Road Marion, N. Y. Practical Nursing White Caps, Sewing Club E , E .. E, 2 J -P 'til i A A 1 ' la ffili r 'N n E H5 ..... " - W ' Sleifgwgfil- if G:':' igee 3 1. .33 H Z I iii J ,I 3 f , VALORIE COSTES 4 Jewett Avenue Cortland, N. Y. Practical N urxing White Caps, Women's Ath- letic Association, Inter-Organ- ization Council. JACQUELINE EVANS 54 Broad Street Hamilton, N. Y. get f Practical N ufting fl 52 X White Caps Q , A. . 1: if ,ilffj .tw Q ' PRACTICAL NURSING DONNA LEE LEONARD R.D. No. 1 Mohawk, N. Y. Practical Nursing White Caps, Bowling, Cho- rus, Student Christian Union, Women's Athletic Associa- tion. V 'lu- MARY ELLEN HAYWARD Limerick Street Marcellus, N. Y. Practical N ufxing White Caps, Newman Club, Women's Athletic Associa- tion. .Q -' ' ' wr J .,, t Miss Jackson Invites us to Tea is 3 ii- L? Er Q 0 E A LOISANNE LONG Roxbury, Del Co. N. Y. Practical N urxirzg White Caps in C ,W ' 'r - "vi 1 fu.. - 1 eigzgfzsse, eww .J we L M.. A Y MARY N'ELLIS R.D. No. 1 Herkimer, N. Y. Practical N urxirzg White Caps, Bowling, Wo- men's Athletic Association Li i , Zxi? Z V Q-AFM 7,7 ,Ci ,W , V sie... si: Fi .X eee JUDITH MORSE R.D. No. 3 R. Box Geneva, N. Y. Practical N urring White Caps 4 QE' Y . it 4 k if- 1?-sm M' - 2.2 ,, T'-2' JEAN PINKOWSKI 253 Lakeview Avenue Syracuse 4, N. Y. Practical N urxing I White Caps y1 . J, Ly, f ,iii , eeaey W MMM A ' Wg? ,jjjwfs-1 i'- T' .i'. iff X . xg j A iii LINDA PIRK Salina Street Pulaski, N. Y. Prantical Nursing White Caps, Chorus, Bowl- ing 45 ,,. ' zrzaiarl :u....nu-.i ELEANOR I. POLLOCK Mannsville, N. Y. Practical Naming men's Athletic Association. BRENDA R. POOR Belleville, N. Y. Practical Nurfing White Caps, Chorus XX P A 5 , . UA H YSL 15215: ' if , , gJ07f32ipf"g1izABETH A. l I, " ROSECRANS f ,f oar, . . M H b f N Y Mi' will lj M: i K 0 Practical Nuning A "H ,I ' . White Ca s, Women's Ath- . lqw jaifledc Association U JM . I JR A Q I I 1 f WM Lab V '. yllfllir Vjfyda A iw lwlV,f4,ff,f,b.5f ...WW mf if , . ' ' l , ,I I , . LYNA JEAN SPRAG , , vfjw L f ' - l M1 Ji, U' ,if o N leuc Assoaation M1115 we ,pf we ' White Caps, Bowling, Wo- Box 317 A ffl Savona, N. Y. . l ' V n l "ELf.4 7 M Practzcal Numng HQ, bww W ' V Wl1ite Caps, Chorus il Lvlof lu U A D WUV 7 o 7K ff' Cf 5 1141. .1 4' f" Z UWT ,Un LIU L LL J MJ MM f -All fc ' ' , 'Mill' l vb' .Cl WL ,MUD if . Il U O gilt 'iw Q eff' UFRANCES SHERMAN we 4' plv W g"l g. Maunsville N Y H , fylfgwffl A, W Ll' , 'N I ,f Practzcal Nurnng JVM' N? q . UL., 77L1?ffvo"VdV White Caps Womens Ar CATHERINE BUTLER Norah Creek, N.Y. White Caps f r I imwwwqwf ,f Wf W WML. MW Hit? fqWwgQQjM X. asf - Yank, , . DONELLE HOWARD RD. No. 2 Tyler Rd. Kirkville, N. Y. White Caps X WW ,WM LWW JEANNINE HORTON 61 Readfield Parkway X. Batavia, N. Y. K student christian Union, D 7' f, ff Yhite Caps 1-7,4 6,31 ,' cf' "V Diff, 1 'l fffgzgg r ,J .N i,'l,""'1fU I V! ff! ., .VI ff' Ig ff", V fx ,,,. UL . lj if LQ 1' l LAL! I f , 1, f Q, I, 1 .1 f, A,., IL pf ,C V f 1, C, g fb 5' Lf' 5 0 : f 1 ' f ' 1 A, v U I I, 5 , L ,,- . 'wmqfpuvf . .. iff f V H f I H K 7 4 I il ., Q - ALICE KLOB Cato, N. Y. White Caps 'W J M Remember W ,lj a Morrisville. EW' , . , the Winter in A Uqbiflbp K ge ewt METWMVM 3 W , 'X .JIU f3Lhgpr WMQww6, L10 f ,af?fQ'WJyb lf fb" U' .MQWP Y f, ,.!7qvZ I I Q . Qydfgm ui J 5? s if Uiuerffii L M A,lw.q X i J' , ' U ' f Y N - " 0 WL 6 W ff SALLY LovE Wi" ' i 1208 Congress Street AM X MUVQJJ ogdensburg, N. Y. W ,W JJ W4 White Caps -' L -N l jf ji . ' QW' ' ' L 'J' f QvfZ3WQwy fW34V gk U QP i A wt imp' n , MNC? A.dI.E, ,UD My Q ,UNL f"'d'817 Mechanic Street 1 M Mp Ogdensburg, N. Y. ' White Caps W Wi? .qi W W NUM , - , TUETTA KAY MAYERLE lQ0 if 32 ' VW 'A Bernards Bay, N. Y. X I ' Nggrwa. jj .Y , 1 U fo 4 fvfjj Jfifl, , Lggjfi -Q f , M 1 W 4? C lk PRACTICAL NURSING W if 'U ' - ff, . JANE MILLEQ v Fairfield street 9 ' Middievule, N. Y. . .- F' White Caps 7? 3 l, ,Q . . X .2 I V I 1. 'M , rs . . , it V :E 01. .... ,- . iz., ,. -is . A+. .HW -W"?f, .-ew 5 - -,if ' 559. TOBY SANDS 21 North Street Cortland, N. Y. President, White psx Women's A tic a Vx ' . J. -JA A U ,JW Q5 .yjif 5 Af Q -1' ff! , u' Mfg ix!! Mmm! M cw 4 Lf A N ,ffjf VHI' 'x'rJ4 T' 1U U White Caps -5 flwffog Cb.: . 58 White Caps , '. . ' White Caps an! M3 5 we Lv? ,, f L 81 Kansas Street , Rochester, N. Y. Student Christian Union, 5 MURL SHEPARD ? Hartwick, N. Y. 152 Q. lxffv if-v Q4 Ji' 1 if 111.1 ' 2' fC -QAL'-551W ,dug ,LAQSLIQ -QA7:'1f0,,,4..gfI1i4,N- -7.E'f'I Wi ' vp, ,J j'!144,LAg,f V H SHORTSBLF , m f 11.13. No. 2 514' life Wfge' Sterling, N. Y. .,c,Ug-GMQQJ .xy-1,.fvTa., it :gi-T TA 11 MMER , - li ROBER T o kmw F fd DIVISION OF INDUSTRY 6 'Iv DAVID L. BACON 211 Clark Street Hamburg, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical S0 ciety. CHARLES W. BLANCHARD Indian Lake, N. Y. nk., Automotive Technology Automotive Technical So- ciety. LLEWELLYN BRIGHT, JR. 11 Lackawanna Street Bath, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical So- ciety, Dance Band. AUTOMOTIVE CRAIG CARR "' 54 Bromley Road Churchville, N. Y. Automotive Technology RONALD CI-IESSIC 207 Stanislaus Street Buffalo, N. Y, Automotive Technology Automotive Technical So- ciety. 3 ERNEST C CLEVELAND ROBERT COLE North River N Y 99 King Street Automotwe Technology Automotive Technical S East Aurora N Y Automozwe Technology may Theta Gamma Automotive Technical Society EDWARD A CORNWELL RD 2 Marcellus N Y Automotwe Technology Automotive Technical S ciety Intramural Sports GEORGE LENNOX CONE 188 Somershore Drive Rochester 17 N Y Automomfe Technology Theta Gamma Automotive Technical Society to ii RICHARD DE BRALL USS Baird Road Penfield N. Y. Automolir e Teclanolotgg Kappa Delta Sigma Automo- tive Technical Society. just a little bite further ?z,r.,.:.,af.: :- FRANCIS T. FAGAN Indian Lake, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical So- JOHN FORNANDER Star Ridge Road Brewster, N. Y. Automotive Technology defy Theta Gamma, Automotive :ru ed gem' ee f 1 - - H e mm-, fe 2 w M JAMES GARVEY 30 Stratton Road Rochestef, N. Y. Automotive Technology Honor Society, Automotive Technical Society. Technical Society, Intramural Sports, Bowling. AUTOMDTIVE ,. 55.555, N, ww 5 w u W JOHN B. GRAVES 516 East Hamilton Avenue Sherrill, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical So- ciety. HAROLD GOLDSMITH Box 91 Jacksonville, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical So- ciety, Rifle and Pistol Club ,TOHN E. HAMLIN De Ruyter, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical So- c i e t y, Inter - Organization Council, Freshman Dorm Council. JAMES I-IARKNESS R.D. No. 2 Marcellus, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical So- ciety, Intramural Sports, Dance Band, Honor Society, Freshman Dorm Council. TECHNOLOGY LEON HILL 910 Darlington Road Syracuse 8, N. Y. Automotive Technology Theta Gamma, Automotive Technical Society, Football, Rifle and Pistol Club. JOHN HUBER 814 West Dominick Street Rome, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical So- ciety, Arcadian. RICHARD HARDING 215 West Main Street Middletown, N. Y. Automotive Technology Theta Gamma, Automotive Technical Society " 'w'v'W L a ti I MAURICE J. HURD,JR. R.D. 5 I-at Pulaski, N. Y. I - .. , Automotive Technology Kappa Delta Sigma, Bowl- ling, Automotive Technical Society, Rifle and Pistol Club. .4 ROBERT G. JENKINS Harnrnondsport, N. Y. Automotive Technology Veteran's Club, Automotive Technical Society MICHAEL JOHNSON R.D. No. 1 Brooktondale, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Society Let me think. V , NORMAN MC KEOWN R.D. No. 4 Syracuse, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Soc- iety, Honor Society, Rifle and Pistol Club. DAVID A. KELLOGG 113 Bradford Street Syracuse 7, N. Y. Automotive Technology Kappa Delta Sigma, Auto motive Technical Society, In- tramural Sports, Bowling. HOMAS C. NUNDY 4 Union Street estfield, N. Y. ulomotive Technology utomotive Technical Soci- ty, Rifle and Pistol Club. THOMAS MURRAY 32 Park Avenue Tonawanda, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Soci- ety, Intramural Sports. HAROLD R. NEFF Downsville, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Soci- ety, Basketball, Baseball, Ri- fle and Pistol Club. DAVID NASTOVICH 1801 Whitesboro Street Utica, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Soci ety. . . - . -, in -,Hn .5 iv NATHAN OAKS Box 25 Oaks Corners, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Soci- Brakes as good as new FORD C. SEYMOUR 727 Livingston Avenue Syracuse, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Soci- uw ery. z it F "wg, ll' ALAN REPPERT 155 Franklin Street Auburn, N. Y. JAMES SCHREIB 1955 Elmwood Avenue Rochester, N. Y. Automotive TWIPWOIOEJ' Automotive Technology Theta Gamma, Automotive Technical Society, Football, Automotive Technical Soci- ety, Intramural Sports, Bowl- Basketball, Freshman Dorm ing, Council. fm cu Jo: -uk 1 '- we 1 -inet' Y ,iv MW p at iiil me is 'ue JERRY STONE RODNEY STAFFORD Downsville, N. Y. Willsboro, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Soci- Automotive Technical Soci- ety, Intramural Sports, Rifle ety, Intramural Sports, Dance and Pistol Club. Band. ' La,..J-xiii. '. , , A AUTOMOTIVE JAMES J. SHEAR Iake Road Youngstown, N. Y. Automotive Technology Theta Gamma, Automotiv Technical Society. 66 K l ' T C OBERT WESTON 19 West Center Street edina, N. Y. utomotive Technology appa Delta Sigma, Auto- otive Technical Society. v"'.f"" U . JAMES SWEETING 103 North Fulton Street Auburn, N. Y. Automotive Technology Kappa Delta Sigma, Auto- motive Technical Society, Arcadian. JAMES R. VAN NORMAN Wells Road Shortsville, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Soci- ety, Chorus. RODNEY ZAJAC Seneca Street Vernon, N. Y. Automotive Technical Soci- ety. , DONALD A. TOMPKINS R.D. No. 2 Gilboa, N. Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Society. Practice makes perfect. i-.tn rrirra wr' if W I - I 11 il . I . l l. ' -fl I l ALFRED BUETTGENS South Road Marcellus, N. Y. Electrical Technology Theta Gamma, Intramural Sports, Bowling, Electro-Teclv no Relayers. .I uw wig if Q, ROBERT L. ABBOTT 11 Warren Street Tully, N. Y. Electrical Technology WILLIAM BELLOWS R. D. No. 2 Oneida, N. Y. Electrical Technology E Wig?-1F11 -- ,, .MI ,HHH . .. - ELECTRICAL ROSS CALTABIANO 424 West lsr Sfreet Fulton, N. Y. Electrical Technology Kappa Delta Sigma, Intra- mural Sports, Bowling, Elec- tro-Techno Relayers, Senior Class Vice-President. ROBERT D. BURKE Russell Street Chittenango, N. Y. Electrical Technology Basketball, Intramural Sports Bowling, Electro-Techno Re- layers. JACK COLLINS 94 Prospect Terrace Cortland, N. Y. Elecrrical Technology Kappa Delta Sigma, Intra- mural Sports, Electro - Techno Relayers JOHN CASPERSON Jamestown, N. Y. Electrical Technology Theta Gama, Bowling, Elec- tro - Techno Relayers I N' llllllll l HARRY R. COLLINS Conklin, N. Y. Electrical Technology Inter - Organizational Coun- cil, Electro - Techno Relayers. MARTIN J. CRAWFORD 27 Kinsmen Lane Gamerville, N. Y. Electrical Technology Theta Gamma, Intramural Sports, Honor Society, Elect- ro-Techno Relayers. RICHARD CHRI STIANA 527 East Jefferson Street Little Falls, N. Y. Electrical Technology Honor Society, Elecro-Tech- no Relayers, Rifle and Pistol Club. DARWIN S. FAULKNER 23 Milford Streer Harmlton N Y Elecmcal Technology Electro Techno Relayers RICHARD FULLER 211 Hardmg Street Syracuse 8 N Y Elecmcal Technology Kappa Delta Slgma Intra mural Sports Bowlmg New man Club NTEIL JOCELYN Pine H111 N Y Electrzcal Technology Veterans Club Intramural Sports Electro Techno R layers JAMES W MC INDOE 512 Schuler Road Syracuse N Y Electrzcal Technology Electro Techno Relayers MICHAEL PIERGIORGI Windham, N. Y. Electrical Tech-nology Theta Gamma, Intramural Sports, Electro-Techno Re- layers. WILLIAM MICHAELS 436 Tennyson Avenue Syracuse, N. Y. Electrical Technology Honor Society, Elec:tro-Tech- no Relayers, Intramural Sports. JOSEPH OSTUNI 121 Knaul Street Syracuse, N. Y. Electrical Technology Kappa Delta Sigma, Intra- mural Sports, Newman Club, Electro-Techno Relayers. DONALD NELLENBACH West Leyden, N. Y. Electrical Technology Veteran's Club, Electro-Tech- no Relayers. PHILIP J. REITANO 17 Onondago Street Tully, N. Y. Electrical Technology Intramural Sports, Electro- Techno Relayers. Close Study ERNEST A. SCI-NC' IND Chenango Lake Road Norwich, N. Y. Electrical Technology Electro-Techno Relayers. i ,ff I H H LARRY RICE Eaton, N. Y. Electrical Technology Intramural Sports, Electro- Techno Relayers. CARL M. SOFRANKO 537 Elizabeth Street Oneida, N. Y. Electrical Technology Intramural Sports, Electro- Techno Relayers. DUANE J. RIGGE 24 Park Street Cortland, N. Y. Electrical Technology Electro-Techno Relayers. ELECTRICAL ROBERT SMITH Midway Road Shelter Island, N. Y. Electrical Technology Theta Gamma, Basketball Intramural Sports, Bowling Inter - Organization Council, Kampus Krier, Electro'Tech- no Relayers. 1 LEONARD F. SKIBITSKI Box 45 Holland Patent, N. Y. Elecirical Technology Theta Gamma, Basketball Intramural Sports, Bowling Electro-Techno Relayers. s HARLAN J. CARLTON R.D. No. 1 Cato, N. Y. Inrtrument Technology Dial and Pointer, Kappa Delta Sigma, Football, Intra- mural Sports, Bowling FRANCIS M. WINTERS Box 325 Slingerlands, N. Y. Electrical Technology Kappa Delta Sigma, Intra- mural Sports, Inter-Organi- zation Council, Honor Soci- ety, Newman Club, Electro- Techno Relayers. GEORGE E. BAKER 76 Pleasant View Drive Lancaster, N. Y. I nrtrument Technology Dial And Pointer, Karnpus Krier, Arcadian, Rifle and Pistol Club. HW -at ' ,KW in W , A., , . -- f--wo . 4 was ANTHONY DARAGONA Beard Avenue East Syracuse, N. Y. Inrzrument Technology Dial and Pointer, Intramural Sports, Bowling, Chorus, Rifle and Pistol Club. ,.m. M--, I ERIC AHRENS 302 Wright Avenue Syracuse, N. Y. Instrument Technology Dial And Pointer, Intramural Sports il? INSTRUMENTS plicated. WILLIAM HENNESSY 511 Avery Avenue Syracuse, N. Y. Imtrument Technology Honor Society, Newman Club, Dial and Pointer. Yi .. si KERMIT R. HESS School Street Bliss, N. Y. Imlrumerzt Technology Dial and Pointer, Inter-Or- ganization Council, Honor Society, Freshman Dorm Council. JOHN S, MEALIE Roscoe, N. Y. Imtrument Technology Kappa Delta Sigma, Intra- mural Sports. HERMAN PENTILA Box 412 Morrisville, N. Y. Imtrument Technology Dial and Pointer, Honor So- ciety. ,Y 1 JAMES MUCICA 89 Church Street Little Falls, N. Y, Instrument Technology Dial and Pointer. v EDWARD VARGO McDonough, N. Y. Instrument Technology Theta Gamma, Dial and Pointer, Football, Intramural Sports, Bowling. ff FJ if i." rl . v " .1 in ANTHONY PERINO R.D. No. 1 Roscoe, N. Y. Instrument Technology Kappa Delta Sigma, Dial and Pointer, Newman Club, Chorus CHARLES VAN CUREN 18 Smith Street Middletown, N. Y. lnxtrument Technology Dial and Pointer, Intramural Sports, Dance Band, Honor Society. R. ANTHONY STAMP R.D. No. 1 Lake Road Rock Stream, N. Y. Inmfument Technology Theta Gamma, Dial and Pointer, Inter - Organization Council, Honor Society INSTRUMENTS .L 'Q ' 1 RICHARD ZANE Roscoe, N. Y. Innfrument Technology Kappa Delta Sigma, Intra- mural Sports BERNARD GOLDEN 377 West Onondaga Street Syracuse, N. Y. jewelry Technology Veiteran's Club, Rings and Springs. JEWELRY The wheels of time must keep turning. l CHRIS ROSSBACH 94 Montgomery Street Gloversville, N. Y. jewelry Technology Rings and Springs, Rifle and Pistol Club. HERMAN L. SEYMOUR Hancock, N. Y. jewelry Technology Chorus, Rings and Springs. me 1 5' - HAROLD SUPPER 209-14 99th Avenue Bellaire, N. Y. Jewelry Technology Veteran's Club, Student Coun- . -.T ,- JOY SMITH River Road West Coxsackie, N. Y. jewelry Technology Inter - Organization Council Arcadian, Helyar Ijmlall Coun- cil, Senior Girls' Club, Wo- men's Athletic Association Chorus, Rings and Springs Rifle and Pistol Club. ' sim cil, Honor Society, Rings and Springs. 'J' 'L " - T'-f' 'RI "f .4 ' 15" f . i T 'I -fn a-fl '., . t . fi. , K 'J mi by .H . 1?,f,.g.'1 ,iz zfln WL. I 5 P 1 V -nu 1 F.. Y' .4-'1 Tn ' ki A5 H' 1-' "4 is 1 , J W. ,' .f i ii . 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Wig fp, fa 'J rrfffff' ' ' 5531 ' sig. fkief , .- '.g49f'RL 'N L..5,,.:L1kl'-T11 .gh ,g-g!.Cq,.- ,. f E b .,,f. L5 4, 1 'nw w..- ,. 1 -. , , .f ' '1 "fi 3 - -. ' at 11, L'L,f!'j 1' gl-".",?. ,f..',, V 9 YJ ri'-"" 5- tie-:gf F' L Nj.-rgg, . .4 ., , l-S, L ,.' 'i:"f.'1f1 , ,...,-,,,." , H-lvgz 13:1 if ' -"X, f. rx .' .'- ..' I .,rf-,.ff,'..v- 1- . A., ..-,,- . 5,-T . TERRY R. DOWNEN far if Therese COHCY- Seam Barrett, Tfemmer' Imp! mm QIHSCHV Presi To the memory of Terry R. Downen, Our Classmate in 1939 - 1957 Food Technology ". . . One short .rleep pmt, we wake eternally, and death :ball be no wall . . ." dent Ronald Sa.vif10, I 78 - - Kath? Vice-Pvesuleflif ohn FOX: RAY WILCOX C lm' Advisor J Adams P Alexandrovitch H., en L. Ames R. Andrus D. Angelo J A110956 west Ave Box 296 Shryrn 1 R.D.if1 R.D.i'f:1 Georgerown NY 41 Brown Ave Hxlton NY Greystone Park, NJ. Xl Q 5121, .Y Richfield springs, N.Y.Carrwusus, N.Y- Nvfwlfh NY o . j X' nj Ev 'P 1 1' J L My :J N 'N U - 1 1 1 f uf XIV . CLASS 1 I 95 9 S. Annis E, Aquing Roaring Brook Rd. 184 Canal Sf, CHHPPKQUH, N.Y. Canastora, N.Y. D. Babcock R. Arnold Burlington Flats, N.Y. G. Bachman R.D..g2 Conesus, N.Y. 145 Thurlow Dr Syracuse, N.Y. R. Baer 10 Hillside Ave. New York, N.Y. Lv' we P' W Baker D. Barnes RD -1:1 I. Bardeen R-Dug-2 H. Barnes K. Barren C. Barcharxe W Batchelor Tully Farms R.D.i,61 Terrace Circle 25 South Main St. 175 Win-ran Ave. 1321 Stolp Ave 124 Chester St Tully NY Burden, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. North Rose, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse, N Y Syracuse, NY Il G. Bm D. BaY5 D. Beck R. Beck C. Bendfeldt K. Benjamin J. Berchtold 326 East Park PornpEY-F2551-15 Rd- State Road E, R.D.ii'2 R.D.4t2 R.D..1t2 R,D.if2 162 Pmewood Pl Albion, N.Y. Fabius, N.Y. Oswego, N.Y. Mechanicville, N.Y. Cazenovia, N.Y. Burlington Flats, N.Y. Teaneck NJ , CLASS D. Beyer S. Binder 125 Meadow St. 564 Elton St. Garden City, N.Y Brooklyn, N.Y. AIQUI1' wuunynxs 0 ' A. Bizallion Q5 ,. KL M. Bofk 22 Garden Park ,ly - ' .W Box 2440 Rochester, N.Y. ., F Bel'-VY Rd- ' U4 Monroe, N.Y. sm!! , 3. 'V ' K- - i G- 508119 R. Bower I'Iunt's Tlr. Pk. 50 Grant Sr. Victor, N.Y. Lockport, N.Y. Q 1 ck I 0 C. li Q6 HJ :Carl Ii gi? 1 F. Bressett B. Brisk P. Bron: D. Brown P. wn Y. Bunch A. Burfeindt Maple Ave. 691 Woodland Dr. 23 Sheldon St. Rd. 22 R.D.:d'1 154 South Sth Ave. 4-Easterly Pl Cherry Valley, N.Y. Kenmore, N.Y. Shorrville, N.Y. Purdys, N.Y. Johnstown, N.Y. Mr. Vernon, N.Y. Auburn, N.Y D. Brown K. Burger L. Buterbaugh C. Buxton D. Cadd A. Capter A Cardulla Rd. 22 57 N. Greece Rd. 57 Pleasant St. 110 W. Central Ave. 119 Mackay Ave. 115 Grosbv Ave Break-of DIY Rd Purdys, N.Y. Hilton, N,Y. Hamilton, N.Y. Spring Valley, N.Y. SYIHCUSC, N.Y. PHICFSOD, NY VICIOI NY L. Carollo W C. Carr 1212 Ney Ave. 54 Bromley Rd. Utica, N.Y. Churchville, N.Y. R. Cashel C. Clarey R.D,i'L'1 Kellogg St. Pulaski, N.Y. Clinton, N.Y. D. Clark W. Cobb 25. .TEV Sf- 2 Lake Rd. Middletown, NQY. Stoney Point, N.Y 1 A 'X ?t . - 0 , . p fl' WJML if 4 , vi .Jr-51' f , . ,ff Cf ,f-ff! . . H. Comfort J. Case 1 . Cooney M. Coote 1. Col-dia J. Collins R Costello R.D.:h':2 5 Graffing Place 3555 S. Salina St. 926 Calvert St, Box 37 125 Elm St. 15 Fenner Sr Cincinnatus, N.Y. Freeport, Long Island Syracuse, N.Y. Rome, N.Y. Clymer, N.Y. Chadwicks, N Y Cazenovxa N Y l P. Crain E. Crispell J. Daily M. Davis R. Davis F. Day R. Deacon Lake Rd. Slarerville Springs, N.Y. Grover Rd. Pond Rd. Knoxboro, N.Y. 21-67 27th Sr, 26th St. Cooperstown, N.Y. East Aurora, N.Y. Lima, N.Y. Long Island Ciry, N,Y, Englewood Cliffs, NJ J. DeBiase Cosby Manor Rd, Utica, N.Y. M. Della Veclova 23 River Ave. Cornwell-on-Hudson, J. DeSanris 52 Tillman St. Staten Island, N.Y. N.Y. CLASS R. Dehm 7th North St. Liverpool, N.Y. I. De Puy R.D.:Li'2 Hamilton, N.Y. D, Deyo 104 River St. Oneonta, N.Y. R. Dix J. Dixon R. Doig T. Downen R. Dresser T. Dubbs P. Dunderdale South Sr. 747 James Sr. Main St. R.D..'h?1 101 Clinton St. 300 Jay St. R.D.if:1 Jamesville, N.Y. Clayton, N.Y. Downsville, N.Y. Onieda, N.Y. Whiresboro, N.Y. Geneva, N.Y. Dolgeville, N.Y. E. Dyer N. Eckel G. Egan E. Ellison M. Evangelista L. Evans J- Fabrizio 706 Matty Ave. 5 Wilshire Dr. 168 Gorham Sr. Main St. 93 VanAnden St. 234 Cheswold Hill Rd, 42 Huxley Dr Marrydale, N.Y. Delmar, N.Y. Canandaigua, N.Y, Parish, N.Y, Auburn, N.Y. Haverford, Pa. Buffalo, N.Y Q1 M v wif 'K LW D if I2 Aida X N' A g ,mfg MW Jlx ,," " iv E. Fahrenkopf 3rd Ave., Rd. Rensselear, N.Y. J. Fallon 30-14 42nd St. Long Island City, N.Y. W. Cook Cazenovia Rd. Manlius, N.Y. C. Fish T. Flanagan E. Fletcher 221 Summit Sr. R. Fish 218 W. Walnut St. 1657 St. Agnes Ave. Oneida, N.Y. Indian Lake, N.Y. Onieda, N.Y. Urica, N.Y. ,ri - ,WN , . A! 9 L LK' N ' C" I 1 - 1 M u lf? JJ X C-J 93 , ,J Ir! jilw Gfffob LA iv T. Fletcher R.D..7bf1 Munnsville, .VM ,. A 1' 551 un A. Fairchild R.D.i,f2 Onieda, N.Y. A. Ferrante 608 Russell St. Bellmore, L.I., N.Y. D. Ficarra 125 DeLong Ave. Syracuse, N.Y. A. Forbes D. Flood Shaver St. Box 48 R.D..t1 N.Y. Wells, N.Y. Ripley, N.Y Fawhur . 1 w2f...":,,' ,gg K Ks cl K 22-A ,cj-C J. Fox D. Frey J. Fries I. Gallaher R. Gatus H, Getman J. Gilberri R.D..if5 415 Berwick Rd. 93 Calvert St. 684 Marion St. R.D.it1 Box 65 126 N. Collingwood Ave, Starr Ridge Rd Route 11 Syracuse, N.Y. Tonawanda, N.Y. Peekskill, N.Y. Waterford, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Brewster, N.Y Clay, N.Y. L. Grosso 166 Mosley Dr. Syracuse, N.Y. Vznv. . 2:- D. Gillette Brewerton Rd. Brewerton, N.Y. M. Greene Box 28 Unadilla Forks, G. Griffith 5 8th St. Canisteo, N.Y. D. Habern Almond Rd. Hornell, N.Y. ppybku . . CLASS E. Godleske 272 W. Hazeltine Kenmore, N.Y. R. Grieser 1 12-23 197th .St. N.Y. St. Albans, N.Y. L. Gross R.D..if2 Little Falls, N.Y. ' f .Sf ,J X fx 1 E-I X -X AJ' A! , P 1 ' 7,1 l' ' X r . . 1 I -..X J lik! I' 4' i 1 C, . , N X41 1 A' Af-'I YL V u C. Hager hr' ' KDJH V, Hahn M. Haight M. Hakes J. Haley Box 35 228 Audubon Ave. 325 Primo Ave. R.D.it2 117 Morgan Ave. Plattsburgh, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Sherrill, N.Y. Painted Post, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. M9314 d 557 A Hallatt E Hallman D. Hammond R. Handy P. Harding D, Harper K Harper 2016 Gram Blvd 9 Burton St. R.D..ii'2 47 Tillman Sr. 201 Second St. Main St. Box 105 Syracuse NY Cazenovia, N.Y. Oswego, N.Y, Geneva, N.Y. Liverpool. N.Y, Box 188 Salisbury Center I959 R. Harris DeRuyrer, N .Y. P. Har: R.D..1,'!'2 Kfrkville, N.Y. D. Harrshorn 512 Chestnut Sr. N. Syracuse, . gpg Panama, N Y G. Harrison 402 10th Sr, Watkins Glen, N R. Hartman Oriskany Blvd. Whiresboro, N.Y. R. Hauxwell East Sr. Gainesville, N.Y. D S. Herman R. Henry J. Hickey M Hrcklmg H Hebdmg 435 Buckingham Ave. 2 Arden sf. R,D.r1 Mrs- K- H255 107 Thornton Rd 1113412 D2r10n Center NY Syracuse, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Smirl-is Basin, N.Y. Bliss, N.Y. Rochester, N Y Edmescon NY . Q S 5"'fno more R. Hincher 32 Chestnut Ridge Rd. Rochester, N.Y. INRUSY. ,-.I a, fr wry A . FM-4-:nm J, Hines R. Hoffman E. Holmes M. J. Holmes W. Holmes B. Hornbacher Main St. 2400 Valentine Ave. 104 Tamarack St. 194 Olean St. Blossvale, N.Y. Box 63 Holcomb, N.Y. Bronx, N.Y. Liverpool, N.Y. East Aurora, N.Y. Mannsvllle NY B. Houghton 118 East Main St. Morrisville, N .Y. E. Hughes 108 Belle Ave. Syracuse, N.Y. W. Hurlburt R.D..7i'1 Truxton, N.Y. 1wBvSv I ix .- 1 U, fr I Ra-e-sua EDU457 'll .tu - 1 lst.. 1, PFW yr CLASS P. Howell 711 Avery Ave. Syracuse, N.Y. J. Huntley R.D.g1 Pulaski, N.Y. R. lhly' South St. Washingtonviue, N.Y. W. R. Jackson H. ,Iebbett A. Johnson R. Johnston R. JOHHSIOD B- Jones B- A Ones 225 S. Clinton St. R.D..1'l.'2 R.D..7i'1 Academy St. 504 Tillden St. 41 North St. 559 S9359 Sf Carthage, N.Y. Groton, N.Y. Munnsville, N.Y. Ransomville, N.Y. UNCH- N-Y- M0H'iSViUB, N.Y. Onieda N Y P. Karsten J. Kelly W. Kenny D. Kharrazi I. Kilgallen Sung Woo Kim G. Kimber Chestnue Rd. R.D.ii'3 Clinton Rd, 211 West 179th Sr. 108 Ormsby Dr. 75 Kwongwhar Ri 6254 Genesee St Newfane, N.Y. Cazenovia, N.Y. Jordan, N.Y. Bronx, N.Y. Syracuse. N.Y. Hamhellng- Korea Gfeene- NY T. Kruger Hamlin, N.Y. G. Kline R.D.:lt2 Wolcott, N.Y. R. Knapp 238 Hopes Ave. Auburn, N.Y. J. Kochan R.F.D..'i1':1 Utica, N.Y. C. Knapp Box 475 S. Fallsburgh, N.Y. R. Kneeppel 399 4th Szreec Lewiston, N.Y. -P. Kron as N. Willow sneer East Aurora, N.Y. C. Lauricella. V. Lo Cascio C. Lohnes D. Larkin D. Larnclet 626 Hamilton Street 34-49 42nd SL C. Locker R.D.-ul Hl1bb2rdSVil1C, N.Y. Holley, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Astoria, LI., N.Y. Jamespott, N.Y. Bennington V A I-OSICCO J I-Ove F. Lowther B. Lunde S. Mac Bain E. Mac Ewan E Madigan 3105 Pafk Ave 507 Casmdilla sf. 706 Willis Ave. 369 Wilson Ave. R.D..',li'1 69 E. Main St 900 Myrtle Ave Bronx NY Ithaca N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Staten Island, N.Y. Madison, N.Y. Earlville N Y Albany NY W. Mahaffy 62 Maple Ave. Pulaski, N.Y. K, Marsh R.D..9i'1 Salamanca, N.Y. Z Pharm not Anil-Lk CLASS I. Magadieu 223 Church Rd Sauquoir, N.Y. R. Malowski 220 Third Ave. Herkimer, N.Y. A. Martin 235 Wes: Ave. Newark, N.Y. S Martino R Maslanka G. Zogby R. Matzen T. Mc Auslan R. Mc Gay 956 Anhu, street 219 Cfmudge Rd, 226 south Ave. 7 Beuevue P1. R.D.:11.'2 R.D.:,+:1 I MC Gmh Utica NY Rochester, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Auburn, N.Y. Parish, N.Y. E. Syracuse NY Whitney Point NY J' McI.ongh1n D MacNamara K. MacNamara L. Meeker L. Mele M. Metzger 198 Pinnacle Rd 422 Beechwood Street 626 W. Brighton Ave. R,D,.d'5 110 Grand Street 629 Meadowbrook Road Sauquoit N Y Liverpool N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Ithaca, N.Y. Gloversville, N.Y. N. Merrick, N.Y. l959 J. Miaaimwn R.D.if1 Jamesville, N.Y. D. Millett R.D.:yi1 LaFayette, N.Y. J. Moore R.D..t1 South Dayton, N.Y. i F. Miller R.D..1i'1 Clay, N.Y. L. Money State Street Oxford, N.Y. A. Morgese 808 Park Street Syracuse, N.Y. M D. Middleditch Apt. .724 New Yorker Apts Canastota, N.Y. P MOIHS M. Mortimer B. Mudgett I. Mummau B. Munro 315 Chestnut Ridge Rd Centenary Road Qualify Hill Tlr. Cf. 414 E. Main street 610 Grant P1. N- Mufdvfk E- MHSSOH Clmurchvllle NY Williamson, N.Y. Canastota, N.Y. Palmyra, N.Y. Rome, N.Y. Hartwick, N.Y. Gilbertville, N,Y C. 1'7" 5. V GQQVQ -ZW '1 115 R. Munson A. Nash E. Navarro D. Nell I. Nichols E. Nichols A , H. lgihrwi U Af: R.D.:h'.'2 540 Bear swamp nd. 517 W. 89:11 saw Box 5 R.D.Ji2 Box 361 , l Elin 0 V fbi Unadilla, N.Y. Williamson, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Lake Mohopac, N.Y. Newport, N.Y. Caledonia, . , phih, P ' ' 1 'U N 11 1 K 11 Jay V V1 1 1,11 1 Di CLASS J JU' W 01 1 1 F3 M Q 1 ' 1 W 'JJI U ij ' M. M lf 111 U f af . M qw s. Ogden w. O'Hern 1 ' ' I R-D--'lil 525 Willumae Dr. 6 x Brooktondale, N.Y. Syrgcuge, N-Y. 'J ul- , R. okino Gai-L z. onufryk Cfo Mrs. Nishirnoto ' 4' 57 Ave, D, 2121 Atherton Rd. . Rochester, N.Y. Honolulu, Havvaii if nilvf jz -ff. , 'Q I.. Owens ' i' 'FL , B l 3- OI 57 7,3 2 Morrisville, N.Y. 7 il - 5 ' QI' ' twiki? .91 D R. Oyer Carl Palone C ard 1, Parker A. Pattik J. Patemo R. Pick, Halsey Road R,D..'hi'2 Franklin Street R.D.ii1 188 East End Ave. 267 Woodbine Street 604 Orwood Pl. Whitesboro, N.Y. Clyde, N,Y, Skaneateles, N.Y. Ghent, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Brooklyn, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. 1 IX ,Y Fl V- if H ' 8261 - E. Pelliccia J. Pelron 215 E. Laurel Street 10 Cornell Ct. Syracuse, N.Y. Tonawanda, N.Y. I959 P. Phillips Box 66 Sylvan Beach , F. Pleti Edic Road Marcy. N.Y. J. Potter R.D.if:2 Homer, N.Y. F. Raiti R. Ray R-D--112 518 Haddonfield Dr. Victory. N.Y. Dewitt, N.Y. 1' If A! wi 14 'w'pf5'ji' M ,,l. " U ffflp nf XV f .M fr ' 5 'nd viii 331' 'Zawya W. Pence H. Person Q... R. Pfaff M. Pfeffer M Philhps R.D.:,f:l:2 44 Fuller Street Gilbert Road 68 Stonelea Pl. 250 Hemilton Ave Ilion, N.Y. Tonawanda, N.Y. LeRoy, N.Y. New Rochelle, N Y W Hempstead N Y l l . w " .11-iff f F. Reed R.D.it3 Boonville, N.Y. J. Pirrittano 745 Center Road West Seneca, N.Y. W. Ploetz 18 Washington Street Ellicorcvill, N.Y. R. Purdy Box 53 Thompson, N.Y. f' ' fllm 'V D. Regent I Renaud 233 Howell Ave Burton Ave f ba., L, Q Sllllirlxf Wm ff U JWQQMQX 'il f My QQ v R l 9ix1rTl R. Rii R. Ringer J. Roberts R. Robinson 934 E. 181st Street 510 Kensington Road 631 Floyd Ave. R.D.qii1 Bronx, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Rome, N.Y. Canajoharie, N.Y. W. Rockefeller R. Roffe W. Roffe R.D.i7'I1 Cuylerville, N.Y. Main Street Phelps, N.Y. Leicester, N.Y. CLASS W. Rounds J. Ruttan Box 177 Box 53 Iamesville, N.Y. Vernon, N.Y. G. Saliba S. Salisbury 112 E. Newell Street f R.D..1i1 Syracuse, N.Y. 'l Cazenovia, N.Y. 'p-4... W. Sanford L. Sargent R.D..',lqf.'2 41 Violetta Street Perry, N.Y. G. Sarkus I. Saturno T. Savage R. Savino 124 Glencove Road West Main Street Middle Road 325 Adams Ave. Syracuse, N.Y. Washingtonville, N.Y. Sodus, N.Y. Ogdensbutg, N.Y. Rochester, N.Y. T. Sawyer P. Scalia M- 5aWYef as Miner sum 43 Grove street Eaton, N.Y. Cortland, N.Y. Mt. Morris, N.Y i 3 J Plzolo not AVAILABLE T. Schaeffler I. Schaff D. Schell C. Schmidt E. Schmittendorf D. Schmuckmier A- 5Ch1'eibel' R.D..'fi3 Ballina Rd. R.D.ii'1 219 Pleasantview Ave. 337 Clairmonte Ave. Mill Road R.D.ii'1 156 Canal SUCH Cazenovia, N.Y. Kirkville, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Eden, N.Y. Marcellus, N.Y. I-YODS, N-Y- l959 D 4' Mg C, Shanks 5 Wyandone Ave. Highland Falls, N.Y. I fl, M. Schultes R.D.ii'1 Mr. Upton, N.Y. K Schumacher 562 E. Thompso North Tonawand IL Seeber 219 Englewood Ave. Syracuse, N.Y. Carole Schmidt 519 Pleasant Ave. Onieda, N.Y. C. Sears n street 3 R.D.:H:2 ay N.Y. ' Horner, N.Y. D. Seewald 57-33 Catalpa Ave. Brooklyn, N.Y. G. Sincebough 84 Perrine Street Auburn, N.Y. ' 3524, P. Sivik 9 Thompson Street Broadalbin, N.Y. i V V l r l . T. Shepard W. Shipway J. Solomon S. Sirnmers 140 Seeley Ave. Montgomery Street 11 Jerome Dr. R.D..if2 Syracuse, N.Y. Cherry Valley, N.Y. Peekskill, N.Y. Beyer Dams, N.Y. 2,-.-....- ,.,. H ll M l, 4, P. Sloane G. Smart C. D. Smith R. Smith Ro. Smith S. Smith B. Snover 85-46 118th Street 47 Gilbert Street 63 Card Avenue South Otselic, N.Y. R.D..17f1 Sessions Road 299 Genesee Street 102 Canasawacta Street Kew Gardens, N.Y -LeRoy, N.Y. Bronxville, N.Y. New Hartford, N.Y. ChiU59D3-11801 N-Y- N0IWiCh. N-Y- R, Snyder Box 289 Montauk, N,Y. I. Solomon 11, Jerome Dr. Peekskill, N.Y. CLASS K. Sohn 189 Park Avenue Lowville, N.Y. S. Sorenson 96 Hamburg Street East Aurora, N.Y. V D. Souva ' 04 1- Sprague Box 145 QQ? Box 517bMa 8 nee: Felts Mills, N.Y. 4 UQH, Savona, . Wmvllifc I I V JK X 0 x ' . .af 0,1 J' Stafford G. Stauring R. Scave West Avenue H' Stahl J- Stahl BOX 4 R-F-D- Naples, N.Y. DeRuyter. N.Y. Delluyfeg, N,Y, Erieville, N.Y. Newport, NY. EET i z wil, Wm P!-VJTC E. Stevens Church Street Matgaretville, N.Y. EE? .. Qieilfl mil film WOW C Townsend L. Witchella Clark Place R,D,i,t1 M2h0P3C N Y Oxford, N.Y. XXX U -. A 533 D Stockton G. Sullivan J. Supparits M. Surowick R. Sutton M. Sweeny Bouckvrlle NY 573 Meeker Avenue 104 Rumbold Ave. R.D.:,+t1 R.D.i,f1 114 Lathrop Rd 194 H00ker Ave Brooklyn, N.Y. N. Tonowanda, N.Y. Clay, N.Y Windhin, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y, Poughkeepsie NY l959 G. Taylor R.D.:H:1 Mill Street East Aurora, N.Y. G. Tholken 24 Duncan Ave. Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y. J. Tobin J. Taylor R.D.4i1 Rummerfield, Pa. K. Thomas 237 Elmwood Avenue Elmira Heights, N.Y. R. Torrance 1611 Haight Avenue RD-31 Bronx, N.Y. Ripley, N-Y. wl b -U W ,QVWZH E- Ufflulilafl 'fy J. P. Veneto R. Ver How B Voelcker 221 KiI5Ch Drive V t 'QS 15 Pratt Avenue 1004 Lake Avenue 327 Otsego Street Martydale, N.Y. nsr ble 'Dir N. . Clark Mills, N.Y. Williamson, N.Y llion NY Xxx: -t Ji, it R. Vogel R- V011 H. Walker D. Warner , R. Waluose R. Wells It A Wells 61 DirkS0I1 SUCH 1303 Highland Street 4 Hamilton St. 118 Lakesi lvd. 10 m Street Sterling. N.Y. 319 SP1-mgfleld Rgad West Seneca. N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Chadwicks, N.Y. Ia N. Q . den Y. syracuse NY I Ay K, ,. lv' 0 9 9 l n ' xx x I 5 W M, Wentzel 21-16 147th Street Whitestone, L.I., N.Y. C. Widman 74 Phelps Street R.D.:H:1 Lyons, N.Y. 0, wmv M mo va vnu. 1. C. Whi cre Cassville, N.Y. gl .1 W. Wilcox 34 Lebanon Street Hamilton, N.Y. J. Williams W. Willis 5 Verona Street R.D..72'3 j ernon, NWGXVJ Hornell, N.Y. , 9 0 f1 fl D If 1 . 1 1 . Wi son L. Witchella A. Wood Jack Wood W, Yablonski L, Yaffie B Yates 204 Leavenworth Ave. R.D.i1:1 Albany Street R.D.:h?1 R.D.:h51 R,D,.-11:3 Pulaski 415 Stratford St. RDQZI Syracuse, N.Y. Oxford, N.Y. Lake George, N.Y. Cincinnatus, N.Y. Mexico, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Waterford NY - e-sn -Av: ' A my-tw we -wsu: EVENTS AND ORGANIZATIONS September Octo ber N ofuember December january February Marcb April May Registration Freshman Week Fire in the Farmshop Christmas Ball Registration in New Office Winter Sports Studying in Library Catering is our Business Election of new Officers Dance Harvest Autumn Xxigiiii , STUDENT COUNCIL . Leif 'O 1 SGW' W'Tga.suvPtt'E sented' Mr. Whipple, Advisor. 98 gg. Ya, R-. SXCOYOQDOYXQ . Y. SW ' G 95919: t ' . rx- Hooqe Y Ctelgmo 3- C. biilanl Gael, . .ywac Helga Rwgbt' BULB' The Student Council, the elected representatives of the student body, maintains and governs the activities at M.A.T.I. The council's aims are to pro- mote better relations between students and to insti- tute a system of student government. The Student Council consists of sixteen mem- bers who meet every Tuesday. Many problems which arise during the year are solved at these meetings. The council expresses opinions on institute policies and through its work, the council creates a better understanding between faculty and students. Mr. Houghton keeps the books. Health Expenses. The Infirmary. ' Things sponsored by the Student Council are: Income: Balance CApproximateJ Admission Fees Student Fees CApproximatelyD 480 X 1515.00 First Semester Student Fees CApproximatelyj 480 x 315.00 Second Semester Total Income ................... Expemer: Health Athletics Kampus Krier Yearbook Activities Emergency Fund Total Expenses ...... STUDENT ASSOCIATION 0 BUDGET l Athletic Expenses 31,000.00 1,500.00 7,200.00 6,300.00 ---- 16,000.00 750.00 5 ,000.00 700.00 4,800.00 3,000.00 1 ,1 50.00 -- S 16,000.00 Kampus Krier Expense Yearbook Expense A Activitie: Expense: Social Nights Q Awards and Dinners' ' h A- 99 ' Winter Carnival 15' W' . W We 7.5 UU 5 'Y f .2 U f' ' ' nga Y --- - , .. -15:,...g..-f.. 1 .?, - , if 3 1 FOUNDEP 194g M E hi. 9, No. msdgrnii '1'rE'A'r l!fi0RI-RISVILLE, W 'A 1957 5 if .,, -S." W. E s F .. gf' Q AUTH? M1 .- .gigs zf' ml: 6 W ,ii 3:5 L: .Qi wi was E 5391 FTS 1.0 iaching iso lstructor im. A101 nas taken b Genoa 'I he top LID B this ' m was Genoa. Of. m- sented: me this is hcing lones. 'ive-way lie in and who ' 615, B' Cidn' The fir't ' ? M1 rf S311 . 5 PPIZE E511 3 Bexley, S-.De 3, Pifket' -vqzive 300 baby ast Frontier TW., an, U- I G. Yifflm' t seoond prize winner will ll-ai xxeflwm EWU" ' du "woo hah- vhicks . I , 5 O- Bacon- .-.L ne became 1' N ' ' The H 3.qq,lli'd1'l'Mm1e:,3' ,sum griihgn His f-gfimls In the Farm Pests and me only scene tu M Top 1101111 sO,,es,N' A on Alabijmgv' became 3 Lite,-. 'division top honors were he Donpxitoruigs ::V A rising all the "Tl Yatgeelxg' V -..ee -iffy Guild Sglecfion, Zby Robert Pietrich of 9aila'ElQQ? rooihs it has 'been C- f,,ag,ggifm Wrmng Sgoks not: the ww second was taken by Kc-ith 2C6SSHT.Y for P1 12'-Wifi' Humber Qf best sa ine Hudson," and medium to which Mr' Carmel. has. of Marathon. Waverly .udentsqto livggin pgiyate hornes in many mners. z ,-levomd his talents- He has done team in this section. Hd Hffillld ine TUWTT' iii Cafiner. who has zl11irnpr'es'.:iSl?jl Cgyfgidgg-able amgunt gf: Wmigf in The honors for Land rria 11218 been fG'?1mg the Weight sive list of books to his credit and j'21di0, including his Own pf-og,-am 'were captured by Leslie f 'che Gi'OWd YQ? anflghe 1fQ9d'S0FV' holols many lifgrary kaonors,M is 217 gf follglorc, a spot as roving 1-cpm-1- Genoa, fiist: and Ronald F9 31145 1721145 done iQI"f-25-it doxfiifvlcn-c?2i'rlh :Amex-ican, zen u11ff'g-1- fgf The f-qgseuygugsgf f13pp1n,ggg," oi,C?-encgwi, second. The ot:hD1'GP3TiUSf1ndS"31'VmS H112 fond holder of the American ideal of .md mmw nf lhp sr-r-inte rm' rm- was Geneva. nd are YIOUWQSE 'W"31l1, gl kffeifng Qu' dl'2I11OCI'FlCjrf,- and an 1'e-ci-enter 4 Crop judging xrge siudenf. sbody'ssfiWl S :fist lcgeizil, lfaczi an The 1957 'Kampug Krier' staff, headed by -Ronalfi The campus parkir ms' een ca ec a supc d 8 f 1 akin., first, Q th!-2,Xf39-Y Qi. E356 thefstomes' SIM, ml by Jfyhn Bacfm Eume out fiery Success u ll'Rl.l?l.l'fl' taking sed tdiiits Eiilflest Ezginiiry with which tl' and informative issues. The highlight of the H3YWD9Iwytex. I 90595319 for ever? A gf' Couniryfabounfs Year was our annual banquet. ise for tho 335 3 heffqi at lgs gut I 0 peop 'f W1 1 7 fl the following: 3havesa plies? .tie In December 95 , ie newspaper was GLF- Serum! Not to be forgolion nonancg... sta ff gwho. train. have 'Seen do! 31 job in keeping u1 .ce QE the , 9111 is not going 'fo chool year and WOY5qh81'Qg3? t 'landaiids that D zis books have been i h'is5tnlcnt2d wife, Eli is former fffjliz. of New Orleans. degivee air? turned over to the new freshmen, with James DeSantis as Editor. Farm Mac rina Foods Co.: Camas 3 Jawa neu, ' a true l'l81'I'zll1ve Ot Sub- GLF 591-vice fmyg and was born gin the marine battle sevviceg "The War Quay, Purina Feeds, Cortland. His expose of Nazi 'X -...:-.---sm educators. He was :attacks on Christianity, and also, 9, vt, Hamilton College, zi book called a"Taps Is Not Floyvrer Sllow Enough." Aside from his writings and his Mr. Hicks- Miss J? , , 1 ave .hum up- X and becamevinslruetor of s. JAMES DE SANTIS t Svraipuse l,.snwcijs1ty. l James Editor '57-'58 lg siiifice worm 'Naiii ,illlj -N. nn '7 ml ang 3. I .lgdfl-.-'l,,.f 251. utengnt of the field artil- lery, he .resu led his teaching carg Miss Stexens were J flower Qishow held in B' on Sept. 23. 1957. was based wife. Mr. Cgirinefs chief interest is his "lovely lmisloric mio which dates back to 1860 and is furnished 1 On ARCADIAN BARBARA KILLINGER Sport: Edtior JOY SMITH Induxtrial Editor MR. ARTHUR HICKS Advifor JOHN BACON Editor-in-Chief FRANCIS BARROWS Auociate Editor STAFF GUS ALMACHER Sporty Editor GLENDORA PINN DUDLEY SCHUYLER B min ex: M amzger JAMES SWEETI NG Automotive Editor Staff at work. Advertising Manager JOHN DAVID Agricultural Editor 102 'NTEL NCII. Pre-fiden Z Vice-p,,e --'------ fd -'------ Z em ---------2 ' Efliliesr Schwind -.-- Owie Pom P Secrepdfy -------- Glendora pimm ' ' - 1.0 . C. officers at We k r ddeklml V S Fisher, H. Comms, . V. Coastes, W. De MMC Ming: . Winners, Sm . Barber, E. ' A E.Bar:ows. E. Schwm , Autu mn HaI'VCst Dance Li-Q57 A.. -4-495, Y ' .hw B 'L-V rv , -Er- D Evans, T. Stamp, H. Pomp. Seated, Left P0 Rigmi o, R. Skofobohata, R. Smiib, G- Yimm Gsm? -Q if Tug of War Announcing of the King and Queen fJ,,.-- Snow Boat Second place. G x WINTER CARNIVAL With "Snow Festival" as a theme, the annual Winter Carnival got a good send off with the Tug of War be- tween Kappa Delta Sigma and Theta Gamma: Theta Gamma successfully pulled Kappa Delta Sigma across the creek of North Street. The Carnivals first highlight was the Pie Eating Contest, Thursday Night. Theta Gamma men walked off with honors, by scoring First, Second and Third place. A Record Hop was held afterwards, at this event Marilyn Jarvis of Bergen, N.Y., and Ernest Schwind of Norwich, N.Y., were chosen as the Royal Couple for the weekend. They were successful candidates from a group consisting of Romana Skorobohata, N.Y., N.Y., Beverly Smith, Olean, N.Y.,Glendora Pimm, Victor, N.Y., Sylvia Fisher, Olean, N. Y., Stuart Creighton, Mahopac, N.Y., Frank Winters, Slingerlands, N.Y., Donald Moore, Cortland, N.Y., and Harold Supper, Bellaire, N.Y. This group was chosen by the Freshman Class officers for their popularity, marks and personality, made up the King's and Queen's court at the Crowning ceremony. Thursday night was also the final judging of the Beard Growing Contest with Lewis Evans taking First place, John Fox taking Second place and Stuart Creighton taking Third place. First Place Winner ik! is Al 103 t 'Q ' -itt --lg fi 'ff E In ..-.,, ' K. 1. 1 1 - Weather Vane , Third place. M 1-.. .. 'test Q09 Winners of Beard Growing Contest C5664 ' DQ 6-ljy . 9,215 C Y Xe OIIFQS, Friday afternoon, many contests were held in the Student Union. In the evening the Food Tech Seniors played the Senior Girls in a game of basketball. The Senior Girls won, of course. gr 4 , A5 Basketball Game--Food Techs vs. Senior Girls The annual Winter Weekend Ball was held Saturday evening in our -gym. At this time the King and Queen were crowned by the Freshman Class officers. Sunday afternoon the Judging of the Snow Sculptures took place, Theta Gamma placed First, Kappa Delta Sigma placed Second, Lab. Techs placed Third and Food Techs placed Fourth. When all the points were calculated we were pleas- ed that Kappa Delta Sigma with a total of 34 points won the Winter Weekend trophy. From our point of view this was the biggest and best Winter Weekend ever at M.A.T.I. W King and Queen Star Dusters 5?Qm,, t we Y ii ' NL ' A N I M, w ww www mga M WW 75 ww 2 Aww wk L S Z ,W 7 'ml ,. 5 gf? ,QF Y' r wJwrEs5 4 F V 'fm 14- ""'f"rve.?-gif' ' " W wwgyqyi V k': '-'-'- y,f H ' - 53? .1 " Kf . -.rl-MW , 1 -Avfrwfqgzf,-f1'r11'i ,, H f x 5 W m A . . 5 5 5EH5w --ev Y 6 if x I A ll-iglgif ., WF, -.:-.Aa A' 11. r , , 'I 1 ,4-5 Q, .: :.: .1 M Q, f awk? EgaJ 1 ,W I 'W' 1 U! , . X! f HQ 1 of snow? NWI'-fl Brooks Hall Helyar Hall I East Hall DORMITORY C0 UNCILS HELYAR HALL HOUSE COUNCIL Standing : C. Pardee, R. Stave. Second Row: J. Smith, N. Mayer, Mrs. Ruth Mc Cabe, F. Brownell, C. Wideman. Front Row: D. Heckerrnan, D. Grosvenor, M. Haight, G. Mc Ado. BROOKS HALL DORM COUNCIL Stanley Zacek, Mr. Howard Griffiths, Earnest Schwind. EAST HALL DORM COUNCIL J. Hamlin, Mr. Calvin Dunckle, John Fox, W. Latimer, A. Reppert. 106 Front Row: F. Barrows, K. Barrett, VE. Pelliccia, C. Whit- A. Van Zandt, B. Yates. Second Row: L. Pirk, L. Sprague, B. Poor, A. Nash, P. Barber, C. Lane, D. Evans, S. Mc- acre, Y. Bunch, S. Fisher, T. Cooney, J. De Puy, M. Sawyer Bain, D. Larkin, R. Handy, R. Henry. Third Row: S Smith, L. Hay, D. Bays, J. Taylor, J. Case, M. Coote S. Sorenson, K. Sohn, C. Clrey, D. Deyo. Fourth Row. 99 do M. Hakes, S. Simmers, J. Smith, I. McGrath, C. Wideman P. Crain, M. Mortimer, G. Mc Acloo, N. Mayer, R. Stafford Fifth Row: T. Pitarresi, R. Mc Gay, R. Deacon, G. Griffith H. Seymour, A. Daragona, L. Grosso, R. Knapp, A. Bur- feindt. Sixth Row: R. Snyder, E. Aquino, R. Robinson R. Waller, W. Latimer, J. Collins, R. Beck, C. Sears Stamiing.' Miss Shau, Director. Myrtle Campbell, pianist for the Christmas program and the soloists, Brenda Poor and Maureen Sawyer. The Chorus at the Christmas Program 1'- 1 N gba WW 1 . 4 N l N is 'XUWT' X 'ifw in '25 P - ME5' F52 nw, .. ' F .J -- ii ::: . A E Niagif? 2. ,g -42.1" , 5 if ' I , G' 1 Af ,, - -AAF " no 1 , A" . X sf U" .N ,-. g -gy 5:4-V, A 'f - -0: v ' V sb. V , . 5 4 fl? ,E A -flb ?i:,A 44 11 Latin, .Aft 1 , .14 in . ' :,'1.g,g f 2' . wg- ib ,I lm' M-'RK I At!! . . Pi QQ f Q ,QT 214 4' M? S+' .fi- f ,151 I 130, v - sg ..- e J ,U 'f f' 4 :g1.i51"f, 2' Hs-Q1 A irq fi 313- g 5- ififetl? f.: 5 ' . A 3? Q V S253 1 I -ffgkl' f f " . .M V X' , . , Y ff? if A" ,W , U' i 5 . ff -V W -,gf-,Q ' if 'IQ - J :kg -.1 X V 1?7.':j:h. . , ' U . W- . I , W. -L -W, - EQ 1 .f ' Q 1 V: 2 1 ff V! 'M' , ' my .vw 4 f 3 h1wu NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club is a Catholic Organization on campus. This year its membership has risen to forty. The meetings are held the first and third Tuesday of each month. Programs consisted of lec- tures and debates. The debates included the club members with a question and answer period at the end. Lectures were given by the Chaplain, Father Newell, also by guest priests. The social event of the year, was the Halloween Dance, sponsored by the Newman Club. Prizes were awarded, and refreshments served. The dance was the first social event to be held on a week night, and turned out to be a great success. St. Joan Of Arc Church. Top Row. Left to Righl: joseph Ostuni, Frank Winters, Daniel Seewald. Second Row, From Top: James De Santis, Joseph De Biase, Richard Fuller, Peter Sloane. Third Row, Left to Right: Bar- bara Yates, joan Magadieu, Ann Van Zant, Justin McLaughin, Mary Hayward, Carol Clarey, Norma Mayer, Shirley Simmers, Elizabeth Pelliccia. Front Row: William Hennessy, Thomas Pitarresi, Pat Crain, Kathleen Barrett, Sylvia Fisher, Therese Cooney, Ray Grieser, Kath- leen Mc Natnara. 109 K, Y KX Kg, , wavy. ' . f, is 1 , in-f ' y- Z 5? Q Q. ,M , mm ,M , ww . S E Ea? ,wwf za as-f 5 Lg 3' yi xi I Q4 52? , :WW K A work of Art wa? , ' ' if 5 vw f- S3 W K' ' W Q h V gi-E ". my 51, 175 w S ass wg A i i s W! 1 . , , u W EV. ., :SQ -1 ' 'Mig 5211, A Sunday morning at the United Church. VETERANS CLUB -...... .,..f,,...' man, joseph De Biase, Sherman Walrod, Mr. Taze Huntley Ernest Schwlfld, Donald Nellenbach. Second Row: Lawerence Meeker, Donald Nell, Raymond Wells, Walter De Marco, john Gallaher, Robert Johnson. Third Row: Egdio Aquino, Carl Locker A frank Raiti, LeRoy Nichols, Harold Supper, Dudley Schuyler, Charles Townsen, Charles Creighton. 'r.,, Tour hosts for "Around The World In 80 Minutes" Philippines, Korea, Hawaii, Italy, Switzerland. Left to Right: R. Jackson, D. Schuyler, E. Aquino, l.. Nichols, S. Walrod, D. Nellenbach. This program presented by Club members was very well received. THE VETS' CLUB The present veterans' club is a relatively young organization on campus having been organized only two years ago. In view of this, the club has made a definite mark on campus in an endeavor to promote better Veterans student relations and to present a variety of activities for the enjoyment of the whole student body. Under the able advisorship of Mr. Taze Hunt- ley, the president, Sherman Walrod, and Vice- President Donald Nell the club sponsored a blood drive that broke all records. We put -on a talent show that will long be remembered as a great success. Our most prized possession is the Winter Carnival Trophy of that year. This year the club went to Syracuse to donate blood in view of the emergency there. We took 3rd place in the Winter Carnival and another big talent show was presented by the organization. We wish to thank all the people responsible for allowing us the privilege of arranging a club on campus so that We could do our small part in promoting bigger and better activities at M.A.T.I. Back Row: Marilyn Jarvis, Mildred Metzger, Carol Wideman, Helen Allen, Eleanor Pollock, Mary Nellis, Donna Leonard. Second Row: Marlene Haight, Par Crain, Jane Jones, Kay Jones, Mickey Hayward, Betty Rosecrans. Third Row: Miss Brown, Adrzirorf Norma Mayer, Gwen McAdoo, Dona Millett, Carole Schmitt, Valorie Cosres. Fourth Row: Rearl Barber, ViceaPreri- dentg Joy Smith, Secretary. Absent: Barb Killinger, Prerizlent. WAA playing Volley Ball. WOMEN' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SENIOR GIRLS CLUB Standing, Left to Right: Sue Martia, Gwen McAdoo, Carol Lane, Carol Murphy, Roma Skoro- bohata, Roberta Stafford, Barbara Killinger, Pearl Barber, Marilyn Jarvis. Seated: Sylvia Fisher, Pat Rapp, Dorthy Evans, Norma Mayer, Dorthy GIOVCDOI, Jan Smith, Fran Barrows. Sitting on Floor: Joy Smith, Bev Smith, Glendora Pirnm. I 13 A -f V. . as , 1,1-1 - 4 W 'sa 11 , lf 1 51'-iifiyf' 'A QQY in .W .Iggy u H, 'W I HONOR SOCIETY 2? I I REE Back Row: Howard Reed, Kermit Hess, P-reridentg Frank Winters, Wm Micheals, James Garvey, Martain Crawford, Richard Christiana. Front Row: Herman Penttila, Walter DeMarco, Rolland Stamp, William Hennessy, Charles Van Curen, and Lawerence McIntyre. AGRI-BUSINESS Top Row: R. Auyer, G. Allen, H. Reed, D. Seewald, V. I.oCascio. Second Row: J. Jorolemon, B. Barnes, L. Nichols, H. German, D. Harnrnond, A. I-Iallert, W. Sanford, W. Baker. Seated: W. Kenny, R. Trotta, D. Buttons, Preridemff S. Simmers, J. Saliba, A. Fairchild, C. Lohnes. 114 ff. .. f. fissimfx U I Q' 1 ,.""- ffl Q X , .x U- Q .K-V -.Q -ff ,V fx Y.. Q-,gpg ' -'L 'ix K. xi ' I .4 5 N 3' ,Mg B gd., f ik- '91 1 N5 vm ' gr, by X, :H If X 'dx ' X if E f' fl 41 N ,, Q, N31 A Q, . E " Na ' , ,uf 'X X' 'QJJQ Y I- l 'Vit Q 1 JTMXKJ, IW: qt' ' ' 1 jx Te-E L . V 1 If L.. MJ 1 FOOD PRESERVATION ASSOCIATION Back Row: P. Alexandrovitch, R. Rig, A. Wells, A. Weisner, D. Kharazzi, M. Supran, R. Her- nandez, R. Torrence, K. Bengamin, A. Holzborn, P. Williams, R. Robinson, P. Venero. Center Row: R. Okino, W. Roffe, G. Wells. J. Merkley, A. Forbes, T. Flanagan, S. Zacek, R. Trepa, F. Reed R. Dresser, W. G-ross, R. Davis, L. Yaffie, R. Seeber, G. Batt, R. Renand, R. Roffe, E. Thorclahl. Front Row: A. Dondero, P. De Maria, D. Bliven, L. Romasco, E. Stein, W. De Marco, J. Di Fransico, H. Pomp, G. Olrnstead, Advisory D. Mosman, I. Weitzman. Don Nell operating the electric hoist. Ed and Howie flip, as Irv, Louie and A1 prepare, at the Pancake Supper. Working on the new electric hoist Mr. Doane and the freshmen work in che new Food Tech. The freshmen filling the retorts. lab, 'ii Mr. Crane and his gunmen, they are a happy bunch of fellows. They have a fine range in the Gymnasium where they practise two nights a week. Many qualify for their rnarksrnanship a- wards. A safety class. Pistol practise mf Lf Mm 9151 GL cuif A robber wou1dn't have a chance. ,X The Squirrel shooters H. gt Q it all H 55255. V W W ee.. we-, we-S. ,Wea .aw ,i - E . .... W m 'H 1 ifz ge.. Firrt Row: Ruth Johnson, Mary Schielry, Ellen Nichols, Betty Voelcher, Judy Parker, Diane Heckerman, Donya Warner, Donna Bays. Second Row: Barbara Hornbacker, jean Hickey, Paul Kapeloff, Julie Williams, Richard Hoffman, Carol Whitacre, Bruse Snover. Third Row: Robert Gatus, Evon Mac Ewan, Mania Vedova, Richard Volg, Sidney Bidmen, George Kimben. .lil .ff The Lab Tech Seminar was organized as a new club on campus this year. We expect to hear a lot about their ac- fre: tivities in the future, This year they were organized in time - ' A to take part in the "Snow Festival" and their Sculpture of aWeather Vane placed third. .Q Roberta Trepa and Allen Wells try their luck with a new experiment. i Eg 'Q-.11 V' is . -'Q' 'TT , . 2 4 " ' ' ' mv! Sidney Bidmen and Jean Hickey at work in the Lab. A Here we see the members of the Laboratory Technology Seminar, hard work on their snow sculpture for winter weekend. They placed third in no competition for the best snow sculpture. I I I 1 FALL CLASS PRACTICAL NURSES WHITE CAPS Top Row: M. Nellis, L. Long, F. Sherman, B. Black, B. Poor, M. Cook, I. Sherman. Second Row: S. Gibney, N. Dewispelaere, D. Lewis, J. Evans, M. Hayward, L. Sprague. Front Row: L. Pirk, K. Jones, J. Pinkowski, D. 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' w i- vH ,V Q gbn , ' H1 " ' 25,1 1 W W- .1 CIVJ. .V ..'Vl" rf. 'r "2..'g im., ,L ,fn TJ L- 1--RA-1- Qizr 1555? flji 5 'H -QQ Al '93' 4' :'g.f'f:lHY rail, 1.fg!- ,.',:--E I, ' kvgesff in -: 1 1-LQ , rl, '1gE,,'fr.fQ11.f5g.+'Q ze. I I 1-AV -V Q4-1.15 se: 17' 4 a That early morning lab. THE OFFICERS-William Henessay, Secretaryf John Fox, Vice-Preridentg Kermit Hess, Preridentg Leon Gotoso Treamrery succeeded by David Schell. TI-IE INSTRUMENT SOCIETY OF AMERICA The newest organization is The Instrument Society of America, MATI Section which received its charter from the national group in February. The club is actually comprised of members of the Dial and Pointer Club, a group of Instrument Technology students interested in establishing and maintaining those principles and ethics which will elevate our trade to its proper standard as a scientific and professional craft and reflecting the true purpose of the course. to encompass all students actively engaged in this pursuit. standard equipment and new developments in the field. Top Row: Bill Hennessey, jim Mucica, Tony Daragona, James Roberts, John Fox. Second Row: Steve Mealie, Tony Stamp, Ted Vargo, Robert Shanks, Harry Stall, Leon Grosso, Eric Ahrens, Tony Perino. Front Row: Mr. Edward Golas, Hermon Penttila, Kermit Hess, -Sue Hess, Charles Van Curen, George Baker, Mr. Delbert McKee. 'I25 The Dial and Pointer Club was founded in 1946 by a group of World War Ilistudents engaged in the study of Aircraft Instruments at the school. In the 12' years since its formation the Club has grown With the ever-growing emphasis on the fields of instrumentation and automatic controls, the course itself has come to place more con centration on the industrial application of such instruments It had been felt for some time that an affiliation with such a national group as the ISA would provide the clinics, conferences, and exhibits neces sary to acquire the supplementary instruction and information on TH ETA GAMMA Top Row: D. Beyar, D. Clark, D. Brown, D. Souva, J. Regan, D. Babcock, T. Downen, J. Soloman. Second Row: Z. Onufryk, W. Roffe, R. Dehm, J. Annese, A. Capter, H. Jebbett, G. T. Harrison, W. Sanford, R. Harding, J. Fornander. Third Row: J. Hoteling, G. Allen, D. Babcock, R. Savino, R. Smith, J. Miller, E. Vargo, A. Reppert, R. Ray, J. Bacon. Fourth Row: R. Cole, M. Piergiorgi, L. Skibitski, A. Buettgens, J. Merkley, S. Mosman, B. Morris, G. L. Cone, L. Hill, G. Allmacher, J. Shear. From Raw: M. Crawford, J. Casperson, A. Stamp, R. Smith L. Copt, J. Kuyper, T. Meehan, J. David, L. Dain, Mr. Whitehead. 1 The Beta chapter of Theta Gamma Fraternity has completed 42 years of active participation on campus. As proof of this, we now hold the "Doctor Payson Memorial "Cup" for outstanding achieve- ment in campus activities and fraternity cooperation. We are very fortunate to have a fraternity house, which now houses 17 of our 48 mem- bers. The house is comprised of a kitchen, 2 dining rooms, a living room, 6 bedrooms, and an enclosed porch, with an open fireplace. Our first, and one of our biggest projects this year, was our Thanksgiving Ball, which was preceded by entertainment for the mem- bers and their dates at the fraternity house. Theta Gamma started Winter Carnival by winning the annual "Tug of War." We placed first in Snow Sculpture and took First, Second, and Third places in the Pie Eating contest. A very enjoyable formal dinner was held in the spring at Canastota. - - The Senior members of Theta Gamma extend to everyone Best Wishes for Success and Happiness in the years to come. "Ye Ol' Frat House" 'I26 OFFICERS Pfendent .................... Vzce-Prendent ................ -- Robert Smith Anthoney Stamp Secretary ............. ,. ........... Lewis Dain Treamrer .................... Thomas Meehan C baplam ......... -.-, ......... Martian Crawford Correrp omiing-Secretary ............. john David Sergeant-at-Arm: .............. John Casperson H mfomm ............. -. ...... Director-of-Initiation: , -- - M--- -- S ocial Chairman .............. --- John Kuyper ---- John Regan Leonard Skibitski If .P I I' "The Christmas Spirit" it .ff .. N helm fr xqhi -ht P- gl fs: T ' ' 5 .9 4 . J , X. A 211'-V "XT ' V , ROBERT SMITH President riff Our Thanksgiving Ball" KAPPA DELTA Back Row, Left to Right: Robert Trepa, Al Pondero, jiggs Agvino, Jim Shoraka, Dave Kellogg, Maurice Hurd, Thomas Pitarresi, Steve Mealie, Ross Caltobiano, Jack Collins. Middle Row, Dick Hauxwell, Harold Bolton, Ed Schmittendorf, Harlan Carlton, Dick DeBral1, Dick Zane, Bob Weston, Ron Syczylo, Pete Alexandrovich, Al Holzborn. Bottom Row: joe DeBiase, George Sheekey, Tony Perion, joe Ostuni, Frank Winters, Jim Sweeting, Stu Creighton, Dick Fuller, Gordon Wells. e KAPPA F, Seated At Table .From Left to Right: Jim Sweeting, Vice Pfesidentf Frank Winters, Presidenty Stuart Creighton, Sgt-At Arms. Standing: Joe Ostuni, Treawrerg Gordon Wells, Secretary Richard Fuller, Correspomiing-Secretaryf Tony Perimo, Pontifff George Sheekey, Pledge-Maxter. 128 SIGMA . "" BNI Top Row, Left to Right: Louis Carollo, Evan McEwan, Tom Scheffler, Fred Day, Max Wentzel, Sam Heiman, Kent Thomas, Bob Snyder, John Pirritano, Bob Salisbury, Bob Roffe, George Batt, joe Paterno, john Middleton, Leo Partik, Dick Seebek, Al Scherieber, Vic Hahn, Carl Palone. Second Row: Al Borfiendt, Al Farrante, Pere Morris, Jack Wood, Mart Phillips, Harold Nightwine, Len Yaffie, John Adams, Steve Annis, Joe Raymond, Ken Borger, Joe Berchtold. Front Row: Bob Andrus, Ernie Holmes, Don Barnes, Tom Sawyer, Darrel Reakes, Tony Lusicco, Pete Scalia, Dave Gillette, Peter Phillips. In 1958 Kappa Delta Sigma entered its thirty-ninth year of exist- ence. This year proved to be one of the most successful and prosper- ous years in Kappa Delta's history. In 1957-58, we had more pledges and more members than in any past year. This was due mainly to an increase on campus in frat- ernity interest. As brothers, our activities included a formal banquet, various social nights and a very successful eighteenth annual St. Patrick's week-end. To boost scholastic achievment of its members Kappa Delta Sigma this year adopted to its constitution a resolution requiring members ro maintain an average of 75W to remain in active standing in the fraternity. Among Kappa Delta Sigma's achievements this year was a first place in the 'Winter Carnival Weekend over all other organizations on campus. We also had successful bowling and basketball intramural teams. The graduating members of Kappa Delta Sigma would like to wish the best of luck to all for success in the future. , 129 Donna Regent Agrzbu.fmeJ.r Club - - 1 J :Q , -,. A- ', Q? . 1-:af L: x gi : 1 . x 4. "" 'FQ-.' IQ EK , ,I w A - A' 1 '-L.jiQ.-7. 1 V2 - Kathy McNamara F.P.A. "rpg . 2 Berry Pelliccia N ewmzm Club ,I . Q? r.-..-......-A,-T--,---- - isrri ' f . V w 1 1 . 1 .. JZ Z , M. 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A T 2 Qilxiv. ,, 1 ,,, lm S 'Jn yt 'SKC-S 40 Joe Pidgeon Gustave Allmacher A1 Reppefr Fullback End Guard FOOTBALL Morrisville has now completed another year of football, being fairly successful, we Won 3, lost 3, and tied 1. Undoubt- edly two games will be remembered: Farmingdale,whom We tied 19 - 19, and Cortland, who was as cold and as muddy as We Were. Congratulations are in order for Coach Drake for the organization and management of the ball club. Ton Meehan Tackle ly ' - , Y In 'ami--, f 5 .. - 1 1' I . :QT - if ' ' W ggi V ' w. az ij: , 5- k l Jack Kuyper Chuck Creighton Harlan Carleton Center End Tdvkle r r ,il J QM if Harry Sollie GCOISC 5heekCY Howard Reed Quarterback Hdlfbflfk Guard I 957-58 St. Lawrence 6 Morrisville 7 Union 0 Morrisville 6 Irhaca Frosh 20 Morrisville 7 Hobart 14 Morrisville 0 Farmingdale 19 Morrisville 19 Cortland Frosh 6 Morrisville 0 , . ' vi N Hi , - 1 , 1, zu, H w if Al Bob Abbott Center 3 P 1 r 1 Ted Vargo john Hotelling David Towne Tackle Tackle Tackle FOOTBALL 5597 'QL Coach Bob Drake Tap Row, Left to Rafgbtx Coach Bob D C. Bendfeldt, If Flanagan, F J. Moore, I T . rake, I H' . Plerl R Roberts D bzrd Raza . 111, li Ha , . Savino, T , . Towne, G .' H. Reed Horellin rrison, J. Gallaher . Cardulla. Second ,. Sheeckey, D. G'l , J. Kuyper, R. Ra g I-L Carleton, G. All , E. Fahre k Row: 11 zlette, H. ' y, If Var macher, R. n OPC Meehan, H Ngghfwine go, 1 Pid ' Abbott. ont Beaum Tafley Assistant Coach 6 . Sollie, , E. Clark geon, A. R , B. Davis. epperg C. Creighton , I 1 "5 . 'iq Af'-ixig f lk '-.Jw L. G73 , 1 ' M 4, , . 11 . Y' ' H 1 '---B-MN, P ' I ryf-' ,,.x .N . 5 f I . .Y f ' :L X pTa""'.'gT? ' 1 -4 .- ' 1 -'W ag '-5" ni: 41" 'V 5' . - 4- is . 1 I v 3 -R, W ,1 . X - ' I. f E 'h 1 -,ENE ,. x X ' I ur-V x 'L 'QV ' . 1. KF' "N ' . "Abs :T -R a-Ea X 3, ' S'-L 0 -,Q if . 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' Kathy McNamara. is Sylvia F1ShCI Marlene Ha1ght usa " Marilyn Jarvis .Carple Schmitt Dona Millet BASKETBALL ' 57-' .58 WF Top Row: Darrel Reakes, Don Flood, Harold Nightwme Ken Marsh Second Row Jack Wood, Torn Harrison, Chuck Creighton, Jake Hover Harry Neft Front Row Ray Musson Stan Zacek, Don Moore, and Jerry Thompson. This year we have come a long ways. We were off to a slow starr with 4 losses but, bounced back to Win 4 out of 7 shortly after that. Our slow start was due ro injury ro 5 of our players, and also- to the fact that only 4 out of 6 Seniors are back this year. These Seniors are: jerry Thompson, Harry Nefr,jake Hover, Don Moore, Stan Za- cek, and Chuck Creighton. The last four being second year men. This has meant that Coach Drake has met with some difficulty in rebuilding rhe team. Coach Drake and the team are to be congratulated on the tremendous stride they have made from the begin- ning of the season to the end. As this is being wrirten, the score stands: ...... wins ------losses. S w Q1 ,S "WIA-P f we 2 E TE Q .4,',!, Xwfy ex f. 5 iff, H aw .r k V 'a L:..a -' F- g ' 4 4 V Q Q! ffm Y W Rm ,Mun X , 'i 'Lex .. Q.. ,.,,. M I 2154 ,Iv f +29- Y f , 'Q f Jfljl Chuck Creighton Stan Zacek get ze A . Jerry Thompson 'R Don Flood f BASKETBALL Don Moore Harry Nefr THE, SEASON IN BRIEF Dare Opponent Score Our Score Place Dec. 4 Delhi A. 8: T. 77 Away Dec. 6 Cortland Frosh 78 Home Dec. 10 Cobbleskill A. 8: T. 78 Away Dec. 14 Alfred A. 8: T. 73 HOIHC Dec. 17 Mohawk Valley Tech. 51 Home jan. 10 Auburn Community Col. 64 Home jan. 11 Ithaca College Frosh 94 Away jan. 15 Manlius 72 HOID6 Jan. 17 Alfred A. 8: T. 85 Away Jan. 22 Keystone Perma. Jr. 64 Away College jan. 31 Manlius 72 Away Feb. 4 Ithaca College Frosh 78 HOIIIC Feb. 8 Canton A. 8: T. 67 Home Feb. 12 Delhi A. 8: T. 60 Home Feb. 14 Auburn Community 72 Away College Feb. 18 Mohawk Valley Tech Away Feb. 22 Cortland Frosh Away Feb. 26 Cobleskill A. 8: T. 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VA, ,, lm V vt FL 'iii 1 J ' .3 .535 7 3 i W i... 8 rn .H if 1, J ' W N A K ,if 1 'x 'TJ , , , ,Uv , -. .. T, ifaixm. 'WEEE ILA 1' xg- , V,A. . 5 x J :ml . ,,,, 1 'al 42355 A 159184: . V l . , L I . ll ..,., X f ' 1 ' 1' 1 v INTRAMURAI. BOWLING KAPPA DELTA SIGMA Standing: G. Sheekey, S. Creighton, R. Caltabiano, R. Auyer. Kneeling: R. Fuller. I On February tenth and twelfth, also the seventeenth and nineteenth we tried to get the bowling team pictures. Each time the weather man took over as you can see from the picture in the lower corner of the page, due to this we only have two bowling team pictures. There were eight teams bowling this year as follows: Theta Gamma House Team, Food Tech Hot Shots, Kappa Delta Sigma, Dial 8: Pointer, Feed Tech Freshmen, Theta Gamma Fraternity, Electrical Tech Freshmen, and Food Tech Seniors. The day the book went to press the Food Tech Hot Shots were in first place by a very few points, followed by the Theta Gamma House Team and in third and fourth places were Theta Gamma Fraternity and Kappa Delta Sigma, consecutively. I 'D J 17 1' OFFICERS Louie Romosco and Don Larner in action. A1 Wiesner-President, John Sauter-Owner of the Alleys, and Len Sleibitski-Secretary. FOOD TECH HOT SHOTS This is the reason we were unable to take all the Standing: A. Wisner, E. Stien, Seated: H. Pomp, M. Bowling Piffufes- Supran, L. Romosco. 144 . . T. I. HONOR SOCIETY Front Row: K. Hess, C. VanCuren, B. Pelliccia, R. Pfaff, K. Barrett, Secrelafy and Trea.rm'er,' E, Schwind, T. Cooney, A. Stamp. Second Row: B. A. jones, Preridwm D. Kharrazi, S. MacBain, R. Jackson, M. Schultes, H. Supper. Third Row: D. Larkin, R. Johnston, W. Hennessy, D. Flood, K. Marsh, Z. Onufryk, Vice-Pre.ridevzt,' P. Kron. Cisga convention in Buffalo. CISGA C.IS.G A. stands for the Confederation of Institutional Student Governments Associ- ation. The conference for 1958 was held at Erie County Technical Institute in Buffalo. Representatives come from all of the two year Institutes of the State University and try to find ways to improve their campus activities through an exchange of ideas. We found the meeting very interesting and inspiring. Beautiful trophy cups are awards each year for the best Yearbook and other achievements. The Yearbook trophy went to New York City Community College this year, for the '57 Yearbook. We hope that our '58 Arcadian will bring it back to Mor- risville for the Third time. - Theta Gamma is back of the Bloodmobile . . -. All ready to give a pint of blood . . . f ,1-., 'K - . , 1, E if .lu i Announcement of the Queen ST. PAT'S DANCE BY KAPPA DELTA SIGMA , . , hrnents . - - Joe and Ernie CHIOYIUE Rakes 4 ll A 4 6 4' 5 fditi W ,E'fi1:" ' Sandra Sorsenson . . . Queen of St. Pat Dance. Making a Wish in the Fish Pond . . . The Recessional. Our last semester passed so quickly that there was scarcely time to squeeze in any sleep. Everyone was on the move with field trips, home work, classes, banquets, social events, sports and final exams. When we got to the final exams some of the seniors had visions of viewing graduation from the bleachers but the home work paid off and most of us doned our robes and marched in for our diplomas. With Graduation behind us, we glance back at the Auto Techs, who were official car inspectors for the Economy gas test in Syracuse Cpicture No. ID. We also enjoyed meeting the AXO girls from Canton and wish to convey our thanks to them for their help and council toward a girls Sorority on campus. CPicture No. 27. In No. 3 we see the Food Service students preparing a Smorgasborg for the National Carers Association, despite the worried looks every- thing was delicious. Then the slaving with exams in the Gym CPicture No 47. But along with these came the big social events of the year. The Senior Dinner Dance held at the Beeches, near Rome. Many friends and Faculty joined in the evening of dining and dancing CPicture No. 5, 6, and 7b. On the lighter side was the Sadie Hawkins Dance, being sentenced by judge Deacon and getting someone to bail us out of jail along with those crazy costumes provided an evening of fun and laughter. -gxmg-J l 4 -i 1958 BASEBALL TEAM Standing: Dennis McNamara, Gerry Saliba, Ed Musson, Fred Day, Joe Renaud, Mamzgerg Bob Torrence, Harold Neff, Don Nell, Harold Bolton. Seated: Ken Benjamin, Deryl Reakes, Joe Pidgeon, George Sheekey, Ted Vargo, Harold Nightwine. BASEBALL With baseball suspended as a varsity sport for an indefinate time beginning with 1959, the 1958 team left a good record, winning four games and losing two. Injuries and bad weather hampered the squad at various times. Only one of the five scheduled home games was played due to the rain. SCORES M.A.T.I. 5 Delhi A 85 T 2 M.A.T.I. 12 Mohawk Tech. 1 M.A.T.I. 4 Cobleskill A 8: T 5 M.A.T.I. 2 Rome A.F.B. 5 M.A.T.I. 7 Cobleskill A St T 5 M.A.T.I. 2 Cortland State V. 4 Morrisville at bat. 1 5 Outstanding performances were turned in by Joe Pidgeon returning at catcher from last year, and Harold Bolton and Carl Bendfeldt, pitchers. With a large number of Freshmen on the squad, it is hoped that some intramural baseball will be played next year. Director Royson Whipple accepted the steel flagpole given by the class of '58. It is pictured on the front cover. 1959 CLASS OFFICERS: Ruth John- ston, John Fox, Robert Jackson and Kathleen Barrett. I CLASS DAY Jake shows Bernie how to plant a tree without bending his back. V L ,. - f Dig ,D i f D' ' - 1. ' Our first glance at the '58 Arcadian. It was a beautiful book and everyone seemed to enjoy it. I Student Council members taking part in the Class Day program. President of Kappa Delta Sigma pre- sents Tug-of-war trophy to Theta Gam- ma. Class officers and our Director on the -,j stage. L t Y Ernest Schwind chosen, Senior of the year, receives his diploma. GRADUATION The line forms. The big moment. l l i Top honors in Food Technology Miss Jackson with her top Stu- Two students share honors .in and Laboracory Technology Went dent Norma Mayer, average the Industrial Division William to Gordon Wells, average 85.98. 87.06. Michael 92 and Roland Stanip N 7 91.81. " ' i ' The Forty-Seventh Annual Commencement at M.A.T.I., May 25th, 1953. ' FORTY-SEVENTH COMMENCEMENT Taking a part in the programme were W'oodrow Hogan and Ottis Marshall members of the Board, Director Royson Wfhipple, the Commencement speaker Albert W. Baisler, President of james- town Community college, Reverend john Irwin and Nelson Neidharclt of the Board. The Recessional. The Ushers Beverly Jones Ruth Johnston ohn Fox , , J ' Kathleen Barrett, Carole Schmidt. Sealed: Darrel Reakes, jere Stahl, and Peter Morris. f ' A , fl' A "lj mf- , ,r V wwf 1 fy C 1,--1 A XL, , ' W ,f Riffs" '24, V, 1,- A J -l xi-Q1-. A- - -11.- ' ' 'X--. ' . 5 ,,. ,'f'A,- Minky.-L...N WK. ' .M u, f , ,K -.. V - 7 , ,kg Wifi- , V N-'Vgxxf Q 'r 'rw ri vfw - -an., ff my fi. vi- 1 SS 3' .V ,J :Q we V, 'A . -26, n w . I w .,, ..- :J-9, ' ., W X 'W A 5? fs? Rx 1 X. ,,. ti' gfa' ,A , - , , .- f .. A Q., 1 -,,.,V, -N.-mf, i' ' 1 f i V :W m V . E-L rj, G, JI: , , X 4. I ff -.V In-'wx V ily- 1 V V5 i if-r"' F gn, rift' lp' fl" . -5 5'-M171 i. 'F 1-gf, - , ' ,- .'- , . ,, H..-A--1 hh, zf., X H' , ' , Y H , . X M ,M All jig X L. T, , " -' 'V im 3' , V: Q-, l V ' k , E -'.'.fi'Lm L. Us vjg -K: W-v 5 ii' .A X " A l.":! ' 'J'-mlm . . guy ' fv '- I V- ., Y,- l ,T , "LL ' ' W . X, ' . J ' 'Ly-W , K , 1' "1 ' ij If . ' , +V-ur-LS "4 "' , - a i .Jan L U. x . ' 1 , ' - o, . :- f ' '5-6-.'Pil?l: W, '- , AW A 4 I I I V F 1: 'SJ' 'IS BL , , 2 . A 5 1 Q av , x ' -, ," . . gg" .' 'f' ' "" , Q Q Z 'W '1 va-ur, 12 .3-: ,Y w Before the Annual Tug-of-War. BEST WISHES To The Clam of '58 from the Members of KAPPA DELTA SIGMA rflfffisfg g , 0.5 SnowBoat ..... 1958. 5 . .-f. 42 Q : lf! Nearing the 2:00 deadline. 146 Our pledges serenade the gnrls zn Helyar Hall CONGRATULATIONS to the closs of '58 from the members of THETA GAMMA FRATERN ITY U Lil Many hands welcome you at Theta Gamma. LIFE INTHEFRATERNITY Nofhiflgbuf Sreakforus. T. Une out for sm dz A1 and John get in some exercise. N OUR TROPHY . . . for this year "Surrounded by assassinsf Harrison had an Q ace up his sleeve. A pause, before entering Canada for a cup of The 0fl1Y d62d'hC2d coffee. in Theta Gamma. 'I4 7 Jl.,.lJmJm,LfLN B E S T in Portraiture EDWARD VANTINE STUDIOS :Nc Nationally known college photographers . Hamilton, N. Y. Composite and Yearbook Photographer 'I48 Compliments of JOHN SAUTER I I C omplimentr of QUACK'S DINER Morrisville Recreation Center ONEIDA DAILY DISPATCH y Complzmentr of The Only Daily Newspaper ln Madison County 102 Messinger St. Oneida, New York Langdon- - Manager Largest Farm and Rural Community Morrisville Office Circulation of Any Madison County Newspaper FIRST TRUST 8g We're Specialists in ,,R,NT,NG DEPOSIT COMPANY S Fine Work ' ' Prompt Service ' " Fair Prices 'Stationery ' Business Farms 'E Cards Syrqcugel New York " Tickets " Brochures "' Checks ' Direct Mailers "' Pamphlets " Invitations Phone Oneida 405 - 406 - T500 149 Compliments of THE CHERRY VALLEY INN Finest Food On Cherry Valley Turnpike 2ls1' Year Rose McClaren Morrisville, N. Y. . MONTFORT, D.V.M Veterinarian Phone 5691 Morrisville, N. Y. BLISS AUTO SUPPLY Parts Accessories Tires AMOCO GAS AND OIL Morrisville, New York C ompliments- of UNIVERSITY l Compliments of SHELL STATICN THE DUTCH INN Lubrication WGSWIWQ Prop. Bud Kelly Mo1uusv1LLE, N. Y. Compliments Of "TRI - VALLEY" DAI RIES Hamilton - Morrisville - Cazenovia Mrs. Metzler giving a demonstration in the Ag Center. C ompliment: of SLABSIDES Receptions - Banquets Dancing Saturday Nights Under new management "Jam Sessions" ROEMARS INN Congratulations and Best Wishes l Manager Floyd Barbano making change for Donya Warner and Jean Hickey in our local store. From VICTORY CHAIN INC. 54 East Main Street Norwich, N. Y. A G.L.F. . . . is the abbreviation for a farmer- ommecl business with a long name and a long record of pace setting service to northeastern agriculture. Spelled out, it means the Cooper- ative Grange League Federation Exchange, Incorporated. Defined, it means 120,000 farm- ers cooperatively owning some of the nation's largest seed, feed and fertilizer plants . a farm hardware and equipment business. . .a farm- er's marketing service for more than 900,000 cases of eggs and UM mil- lion bushels of grain and beans . . . farm delivery of 117 million gallons of petroleum products annually . . . and hundreds of specialized services farmers ask it to perform. CO-OPERATIVE G. L F EXCHANGE, INC Ithaca, New York MORRISVILLE MARKET P Meats Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Phone 3l7l E. J. Tointer A Display of the Future Sen Compliments Complimenlr of of MATTIS DINNER ToNY's soDA AND Tom Murphy, Prop. Bouckville, N. Y. Theater Building Morrisville, New York I 1 Ji ll 5 Christmas in Helyar Hall. Compliments of .. 'E If'- ,ggi if I A , , """ 4 . V V 1, if V ' 53, if? -. Q 33- r x4f:,:-1-he , SYRACUSE FLORAL SUPPLY, INC. Syracuse, New York 1 ks kg A. M. LITTLE 81 SON Electrical Supplies Light and Power Equipment Line Construction Material Since 1889 429 East Jefferson Street I Syracuse, N. Y. Telephone 4-2177 - 4-2178 SHELLEYS, INC. Food Distribution Coffee Spices Salad Dressing Tea 343 West Jefferson Street Syracuse, New York Wedding Bells, Carol and Dave The Insurance Man IN Morrisville IS MILES B. MARSHALL Phone 281 1 "We can thrash out your Imzmmce Difficulties" 153 25,31 -if Qy fi- ' 3:5-.5 r. ga 5 Mfm X gf - 4 V l i my R, 1 A 5 -, . my f v: -A was 1 5 X-1' ,. Q WW! v Yip ' g , lf 1 TE 1 U ' 1 , ,Nrq C ompliments of THE SNACK BAR Congmmlaiiom and Beyt Wifbey from THE STUDENT UNION f N52 'fm Reg t ro Dv E1 1, X545 '- j , -4 Q f S 8: H GREEN STAMPS PARK'S SHELL SERVICE P. O. Box 267 , . 'dei ii f -T f rm- 1 Ein f S ,H 2 , 'H .I Q -P K E N 'Leia V ' -2- .Y .ef- . Q Compliments of TRASK MOTOR SALES BUICK - GMC TRUCKS - PONTIAC HAMILTON, NEW YORK 156 Morrisville, N. Y. Goodyear Tires Wash.-Lub. .-5.5. Q.. 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