Morrisville State College - Arcadian Yearbook (Morrisville, NY)

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With our theme, "Pathways," we hope to compile for you a picture of our campus life and some of the experiences we have enjoyed here. I wish to thank everyone for his cooperation in helping make possible our yearbook, the Arcadian for 1960. is-i-iff-'93'5i"1.'?5V.eFg4z'-vii Q . Q5 , . ..r . ff! 'f f 1' '.'. 45' I .--' "a - -9337 Q- ,l5',Li,,r,4R' ' 5 V .,. .. . W, V, . '-"-f'P':T:- V'f.' .""m sb., ax. .--.JF Zi.. gl. 'mr jf.:,..' 7. -,,.4,t ,gm -. Q' -ys?fi2:wE.1i?" 3 319 "' "wma .L-r'Fti.'r7.fa+a+ n:u'- .' ' '. "4."- . its al 1-atm-. eawggy '-z--4 -N'-1-it : . :Q . .- te--ugffflww !115L.11'i..t' 'Lf'.3'.tX. Q. '.r.-r'.1'f. THOMAS H. HAMILTON Preridevzt, State Univerrizy of New York To the Class of 1960: The publication of the Arcrzciimz must, necessarily, constitute a symbol to the class of 1960. For many of you it symbolizes both a beginning and an endg an end to your years of formal education and a beginning to that much longer time during which the judgment, understanding, and skills you have acquired will be called upon to assist you toward a life worth living. As students of State University of New York you have profited from the learning, encouragement, and inspiration of a fine and dedicated faculty. As you go into the world, with you go their hopes and mine that your association will prove to have been both profitable and pleasant, and that you will look back upon your collegiate years with a sense of having dis- covered the joy of learning and the satisfaction of personal fulfillment. We watch you leave with regret and with pride. May you find the success 'and happiness you deserve. X ROYSON N. WHIPPLE. M.S. Presidenl. Morrisrfille Agriclzllurai and Teclmiml Inrlitlzle PRESIDE 'S MESSAGE As we trace the, pathways of America's history, it is apparent that our greatest possession today is our nation's traditions. Surely no people of any other country have been trustees of so great a heritage as have we in America. As it has been in the past, America's traditions and freedom are severely threatened today by ruthless men and nations. It will be the duty of your generation to fight for the survival of our'way of life. It is hoped that in great measure you may feel fortified to meet your problems as a result of your contacts and education at Morrisville. The in- formation you have acquired, the method of study, and the practices you have followed here are all important, yet are secondary to the character strength you have developed. Always use your abilities to full advantage and increase your strength constantly so that you may be able to do your part to maintain our traditions in the future. X 38152 -- Us , ...L -1-,. ,H ,Y , ,Q g Y Q-,QN 1 , A . ,,1,1,,,,g, ,, i gg 1 A A Q 3 L ' 1 . !, H -0 !"' Y- j-I N N 1 , me M - f L,A: 1 5 r . X ' 43. THE DE Although john R. Stewart is a he has accomplished much. john graduated from Geneseo education from Buffalo State Teachers' Syracuse University in 1949. Before Mr. Stewart came to Junior High School and in the his country in the Navy from 1945 to bridge, Maryland and Newport, Rhode In july 1946, Mr. Stewart joined Processing Technology Division. In 1 a course in Laboratory Technology, busy year for him because a new struction. In 1958, Mr. Stewart to modern classroom and laboratory In spite of all these duties, Mr. young teacher in the Food Service 1 become his wife. They are bringing up Mr. Stewart helped organize the so many students enjoy. He was also Faculty Association and has been and in other campus activities. In his quiet, friendly way, he has the church which he attends. In is honored to dedicate the 1960 11 Li. A15 ' 4319 -Q- 1 York, MARVIN A, RAPP, PI-l.D. Armciute Executive Dean, State University of New York, Institutes and Community Colleges THE ADVISORY COUNCIL Standing: Reed Alvord, Hamiltong George XV. Cavanaugh, Syracuseg Dean George Metzler, Director Royson Whipple. Sealed: Nelson Neidhardt, Morrisvillcg Otis Marshall, Munns- villeg Woodrow Hogan, Chittenangog Robert Palmiter, Bouckville. N01 Sh01l'l7.' Mrs. Constance Robertson, Oneidag Maurice Slater, Norwichg P. Russell Thorne, Binghamton. 1-ef. v .--vt. UV 7 . le I George O. Metzler, M.A. Dean of Student: .K. -yy Q: V 7 L N V ,.,..4 n HM... ,.a-.-ylvcg. 1.4 N.,r. V' N. Y v" ,J 'J ' 1' - , lf' These local Pastors, Reverend John P. Irwin of the United Church, Reverend Robert Carpenter, Pastor of the Methodist Church, and Reverend Aloysius V. jankowski, Pastor of the Roman Catholic Church St. joan of Arc, have inaugurated a counseling service On campus. Three afternoons out of each week one of these Pastors is in the Chaplain's office for two hours to meet students and help them in any way he can. vt., gift Chip Willis, Donald Gates, Lynn Lawyer, Rodney Revcfttc, Malcolm Sealed: Norma Wixwmni, Helen Loveland, Ronald Darrow, Dick Brayer, Blackley, ,Ioanne Sawyer. TLIDE T COUNCIL The Student Council, the main student organization on campus, is com- posed of student representatives from the five divisions of the Institute. Every Wednesday night ten Seniors and ten Freshmen meet to discuss, plan, schedule, and support student activities. The aim is to develop better relationships among the students, as well as to promote closer harmony between the Institute and the residents of the com- munity. This year the Student Council has successfully managed a 319,000 budget, covering such items as the following: Infirmary, health expenses, athletic ex- penses, yearbook expense, social nights, assemblies, awards and dinners, Wfinter Carnival, and Orientation Week. Morrisville is the only two-year Institute in the State University of New York where the Student Council directly handles the budget with, of course, the aid and advice of faculty advisors, Director Whipple and Mr. Metzler. . N1 ge . :wwf 'I , ':. I . if-i , sf I f l id 'ES OFFICERS Roland Darrow, Vin:-l'r'e.iizle11t,' joanne Blackley, Seife- hzr,v,' Richard Brayer, Pf'!f.l'jlIUIll,' Keith Fawcett, 7'rea.vrrev'. .4 iam :'.i'Q3n,gf mlm: my V- ,Liv-1.-1 IW Nun g.1xs.l:1lr.,,- Um.. ' L. 'H' R J ,I Q 3 f t N A e J 2 56" V ' s jf r l vs. 'ew xml -t N- The Orxenmtron Ifrograrn Y "V 5+ V..--'-', 4-1. A, e IW. f Freshmen elect officers, ' 5 l jr' The Choir presents Christmas program. 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'. . ku - -lf' 1'3., 1- ' V- .4 ,, -0-' -1: ":'.:HB .,,15'.qf: f" f::'J:.yT' ' xi ..-I 1 :'.f1. U4 -"'f."2-"'.'1"f-'- 'UL' -1'--viii'-:'2ia . -. 9515- '- ' ' as '--, gil. - .P ,EQ , 1. , ,warns I1 . f ,Y-.R n - ..,, A ,. 1 17" I pa 0 v.U mr " L. . I- 'V15 . ., W ,h 339 'W Lf. ' cf , 7' 'tr' o-I-' H .ws ,, . ,J 1 ' . 4 Y 4 4 1 .V , 11, 5 fl V, -'i:"f b ' 1 '1 vi fy .sr vw. 'sw' U ' 5.-" 4 .fjfj-1 w rr , --:hs sky '.', nj ' ,ZA -if . - " ji: Liga Q Y 2' 17, vi J M1 A h , . .f 'l . 9 2 . l s'I t . , ,lg .-'-, ,H Q 'Q' FACULTY "Y-s 1 A.-H - I l Amr 'SLM ' - 'rf if - FACULTY INFORMALS Helen Grant, President of the Faculty Association. Howard Harter feeding' his pet coon at camp. The Ag Faculty enioyin an outing at the Harte Camp. Ed Lapp on the job wit his Auto Tech Students. Fred Quaif conducting class in Electrical Te nology. Paul Mockovak builds new house on Nort Street. Ray Wilcox builds a ne house on West Hill ove looking the village. Virginia Stevens condu ing an experiment Chemistry. GE ER L EDUCATIO Yl .e .1 'b xiii Il ini KURT CQ. BLIXT. MB. CffJf1i1'11ma1 nf Dilitiwlf While occupational proficiency is essential, it is also essential that youth be made aware of, and sympathetic to their great obligations with regard to the cultural develop- ment of the world in which they live. We feel that history has provided us with several examples of nations' highly skilled technicians whose efforts have been misdirected toward their own self-destruction as a result of their blindness toward social and cultural problems. lt' is therefore imperative in this atomic age that young people be made aware of the cultural challenges and their individual and collective responsibilities toward them. The education of a technician should and must include not only specific courses covering technical subjects, but an overall relating of material progress to the cultural problems being created. 45 2 x, , X 4.t,- - ,tif ,Q- 705 TANEY J. BEAUMONT M.S. Ezzgliyh 'N 7' if A if J ' P .'3:Qjf,-, Z, fyzizf ii .11 A4..,. kI:'f-IQ: f :f,ffy:Ef, ff,f PAUL E. CARTER, M.A. Mathematicf 7 8:00 A.M. Mr. Beaumont hands our an exam 38 Q JI' .6 , TAZF R HUNTLEY M A Social Srlence J ' ' 1 EUGENE MAGNER X' vi MA., M.s. S.-an v, Library Q Q Y ' xv? 5 1, ,V zzn.-31+ 2, -' .' 'X-: K' 5 ..,. 151-'1 "2fiiig1f-2151113 ' 1 Pat and joan get help from Mr. Magnet. PAUL W. MOCKOVAK M.A, E rzglixla lHl..l -Q 'i Some students spend many long hours studying in the library. A teacher's outlook GRICULTUR L DIVISICD 73:31- V- lf - L. ROBERT CRANE, M.S. Cl7di7'7IIdIl of Dizfiriozz In the early days of American Agriculture the farmer was almost self-sufficient. He raised his own stock as well as the feed he fed them. Most of the food and clothing for the farm family were produced at home. Today, farming is primarily productiong the processing, marketing, and many other services are performed by others. lt is this situation that has given rise to the demand for graduates trained in Agricultural Service Technology. Approximately half of the students studying in the Agricultural Division are preparing for employment in agricultural service. Their studies are in one of four major areas: Dairy Technology, Farm Mechanics, Agricultural Chemical Technology or Agricultural Business. ' 1 EA , - L -- - .. ' " I . .1645 x KENNETH AMES Farm Mumzger Cattle Judging DUANE BUTTON, A.A.S I-Icr11.r11n111 . 9. Q 35,4 ' WILLIAM I.. CARR, M.Eci. Farm Mechmzicl . . -, ,dd , ff: ".1ifg':.Qn? , Q.-gif 5:5-a e f? M ff . f M " if'fw :ifWL ? -A Us 1,95 I y ' I - L, ' "' 1 ' JAMES JOROLOMON 3 A V g A' A.A.S. "' ,U Farm A.f.ri.rln11l img. -yrs, ' g5f'1l.1f? -'ffl , ",-.ff2,- jf,-:iw ',"-lj 'if -' a',,,,l-QT .,,,: gh . Mr. Ames checks hay on haydryer. 41 FREDERICK xv. FUESS l M.Ecl. Agronomy Freshman Horticulture students study plant materials. 4"PN JOHN A. HAIGHT, M.S. HOWARD HARTER Dairy I nd uf! ry Horticulture H 'H . Av ' -X -3--ll- . Eiga Washing the ice cream frcczcr in Dairy Manufacturing 42 laborato ry. ARTHUR L. H ICKS Horticulmre WILLIAM M. HOUGHTON M,S. Farm A-'lmlngemcuf --159 Q fi ' 4 -in 'gl Zalf?.'::1-lg'qlQf- -L' AL . JJ, N' f Jm ' V' 1-'H I P Mfr T! 13 ' Q ff - fi , 5 fn F V-rv , A it w pf 'I' . W Q 9 f YS? . 4. -KV L 1 DR. ELLIS L. MONTFORT D.V.M. fininmf Playxiology and Health W . ROBERT G' Soil Analysis NURNBERGER, M.A. Science y H . W bn zz ' -K .L RICHARD T. SCHULTZ A.A.S. Farm Animznt i 5 V. and w i , .Q-,I ' 'xx ,, I-.AL A . .,,.. Learning ru identify insects. ., MJMIEEKF xl, I 1 .v. . ' l' Q JI Aj .:. 1.1 1 ' I ROBERT STEVENS, M.S. Animal H ifiblllld ry 3- gk . .' 7 an r RALPH I-I. WHITEHEAD M .S. Farm A IGChdl1fL'.l' 43 35 BUSINESS TECHNCDLOGY 'ggg If -TJ,,,,t Vg KQ SU LXB tif' Qglt . ap- ' ' HELEN E. GRANT, M.S. Chairman of Dizfirion The Business Technology program was organized in 1957 to prepare young men and women for successful careers with a broad background in business and general education. Students major in either Secretarial Science or Accounting Technology. Starting in 1960-61, a Medical Secretarial Science major will be offered. Secretarial majors strive toward a goal of taking dictation of at least 120 words per minute and transcribing the dictation into successful business letters. They also learn how to operate a number of business machines such as duplicators, adding machines, calculators and transcribing machines. Secretarial majors receive on-the-job training by working in various offices on campus during the senior year. The Medical Secretarial Science majors become familiar with medical terminology and are prepared to accept positions in medical offices. The Accounting Technology majors cover such areas as Income Tax Procedures, Cost Accounting and Accounting for Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships and Corpora- tions. 5 The Seniors learn to operate various business machines. fr: K BEVERLY C. DUGA, M.S. SL"Cf6ltZ7'f!ll Science A if , Q C 'FEA f-.1 RALPH SPANSWICK, B.S. Bmirzesr Law and Accofmling Sharon and Dick are figuring on the Educator. Those 8:00 A.M. demonstrations can Pat doing artwork on a stencil. certainly get you clown. 45 OOD PROCESSING AND LABORATORY TECH OLOGY DIVISIO H JOHN STEWART, M.S. Clmifmmz of Diririozz The Food Processing Department was started in 1945 to help train young men for the food processing and allied industries. The New York State Canners and Freezers Association has been very active in encouraging the beginning of this Course and in helping guide it since its beginning. As the Department has developed, training has been given in the fields of production supervision, quality control work, government inspection, and others. Graduates from this Course work in fruit and vegetable pro- cessing plants, meat processing plants, and a wide range of other food processing operations. In l956 the Laboratory Technology Department was added to this Division. This Course is designed to give as much basic science education as is possible in a twosyear program. A group of hospital directors and leaders in industry act as an Advisory Com- mittee for this Program. Graduates from this Course work in hospital laboratories and industrial laboratories in the fields of chemistry, Zoology, and bacteriology. A number of students from both of these Departments upon graduation matricu- late in four-year colleges and universities to complete requirements for the HS. Degree in their field. HOWARD DOANE Pilot Plant Practice, Food , P I ,- , T . .:. I I' ll , Operating the cropping machi nology Laboratory. , Specialtier y if ' 4 'N ,eo ' iH:'5l rf' rf '75f,'u ' 'Z' ' J HOWARD W. GRIFFITHS M.A. V Organic, Qmzlimtive mmf r - I, Qflarfzitaiive Avmlyxix, J " Biochemirtry ' ' ' fiim. L sql'-F -' 'c LM :Qs rf' 1 "' W N vm! ,J1,'l' nn f - -- . an x , I I x Q iiwlb H . Ljzgjt-1. if' l, N'-I4 1"'f'lUn'J,5-'- ii' .- frzf Bfllilililfql il ,lf5,,.rif,'. i WALTER C. KAI-IN, M.A. Zoology, Microlziology, Physical Science J. Mi 1 'QI Cutting and packaging meat for freezing. ' ...L I 4.. 1117 1' OOLW, QQ ne in Food Tech- f. eq SN ' - Q X, 1 RICHARD T. LAWLER M.S. Inorganic Chemirtry, Bacteriology GLENN H. OLMSTEAD M.S. Food Procesring Theory 47 FOOD ERVICE ADMINISTRATIO 'fo G tj A. FERN JACKSON, Ed.D. Chairman of Dizirimz. Dean of ll7'ome:1 The food business is Big Business. In fact, it is the fourth largest business in the country. Over 25 percent of the meals eaten are consumed outside the home. T h is requires many trained people in the foods field such as food supervisors, restaurant managers, cafeteria managers, dietetic assistants, and club stewards. The Food Service Administration curriculum prepares young men and women for supervisory and managerial positions in restaurants, clubs, hospital dietary depart' ments, school, colleges and industrial and institutional- situations. The campus cafeteria, the student union snack bar :fnd cooperating hosp i tals. schools, colleges and commercial establishments provide students with on-thesjob train- ing and experience. The Practical Nursing students have one semester of pre-clinical study on the Morrisville campus. The following seven months are spent gaining clinical experience at Cortland Memorial Hospital, 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 Examination for licensing as a Practical Nurse. W ELEANOR S. BRCJWN .5 AAS 9 . Cfzfeteria . X 1 4: ' -r .NL i is my V ' W 1 v 4 . DOROTHY M. FEARON Praclical Nm-Jing EVELYN S. FISHER, M.S. Food ami Nutrition , 4, f " , ' , "' '.'v.LLL F H- . .Q , Students in Food Service doing one of the many catering projects. Nice job! L. 5 B.S., RN. Jo Wolfe managing the Snack Bar. V t ' , 1' 1 ' 1 "V L 1,, TV il 1 ' Q t VIRGINIA C. STEVENS M.S. Home Economicx b ZI- 1 F ,4 ff-jf' - . 5 , I ,. F 5" ', 'Q SL ' 1 I LOIS THOMAS, B.S. Food Service Admi11i,ftmtio1z 49 I DUSTRI L TECH CDLQGY 1 ,vi Xl RAY F. WILCOX, M.Ed. Clmirumn of Diviriovl The Industrial Division is comprised of three departments, Automotive Technol- ogy, Electrical Technology, and Instrument Technology. The program of study is carefully balanced between laboratory and Theory. Class work is supplemented by laboratory practice, which is designed to simulate actual conditions found in Industry. Departmental instructors work closely with industry and constantly revise their curricula to meet Technological advances. Graduates from the Automotive Department specialize in four major areas: Diag- nosis and Tune-up, Service, Body and Fender, and Engineering Aid. Graduates are prepared to accept positions in their major field. Many move quickly to administrative positions. Graduates from the Electrical Department may specialize in three major areas: Power, Electronics, and Communication. They accept positions as Technical assistants in experimental laboratories, power companies, and with manufacturers of electrical equipment. Graduates from the Instrument Department specialize in .Automatic control sys- tems. They are prepared to accept positions as technical assistants in experimental laboratories and with industries specializing in the manufacture and servicing of automatic systems. Although the Industrial Division program is intended to be terminal, many grad- uates do continue their education to earn a degree from a four year institution. ROBERT CARTER, B.S. Electrical Teclnzzology JOHN J. DEVENY, M.S. fllaflfezmzliar A.: I ,. Mr. Carter demonstrating principles of electric motors. Two seniors solving a problem on electric computers built by Mr. Quail and Mr. Golas. EDWARD J. GOLAS, B.S. Draftilzg, Elemerztr of Electrofzicr, Eleclricizy lb J . .. x l .M N 1 cf u 'f'f'illF3l'f ' ,vi 1 P, X CHARLES J. I-IOLBORN 'f-A i n B.S. it ' ' Bmifzen Pxycbology. Bminesx A N Procedures In ' I , I ., l! g51..21S.x 1 rife Q l J. E. LAPP, B.S. Automotive Technology FRANCIS D. LEADEN, B.S Drawing I, II, II, IV Mr. Leaden lends a helpmg hand an the drafrmg 52 IOOITI. Y v f 6.5 STANLEY B. PATTERSON It ' M.s. B I Aulomoliife Technology 2 . 53-'W . " 1 1 1 , Mr. Worzel helping Eric Bowers make an estimate on a body and fender repair job. i- Y-1 P' Y K" 1' 436 . ,Q FRED M. QUAIF, B.S. Electrical Commfmicalion, I Imlmririal Electronicr Q or ,fri e 'V Q LESTER R. WILLIARD Playsicr .J , WILLIAM SCHURER, B.S. ,fi Automotive Technology W N , iw 5"v HERMAN O. WORZEL li' J Automozzzfe Technology X Mr. Wilcox and Harold Avent setting up an experi- ment in the Physics Laboratory. , 53 NZ! . S AFF .Quran SECRETARIES Stazzdifzg: Iva Scheele, Beverly jones, Theresa Eiholzer, Anne Smith. Seated: Mary Barker, Hazel Holborn, Berry Honczar. Q sl A-f' .mf"""i SNACK BAR Gloria Householder, Marie Koehler. 54 me-. -V E X . .i,::, 1 r BUSINESS OFFICE Standing: Nancy Reed, Mary Earl. Sealed: Charles Bran- whire, Peter Honczar. A-. ,fm l I! 5 Q? I , z X 34" , .K 1 1. .. , grill .f"gtzl - l H 2 I l l l l lx CAFETERIA Sldlldfllgf Catherine Rodda, Marjorie Buckingham, Ruth Owens. Sealed: Gussie Keyes, Ruth Weir, Olive Davis. Dr. Frank Matthias at work in th? Infirmary. 1 5 1: 11.1 V, EQ ' Clara Parker, the Nurse in charge of the Infirmary. sm fm H rx QS-Q5 Margaret Stewart in Helyar Hall. '55 'A gg Q M 5 U .331 E bv: P5 13 , "rg"2f ' 2 T352 VJ? F2 1. .29 Quad s 3.1 1 . I x J My ,,'!ru f H 16' 4,5 1 SENIORS j 9 ' L ' -. . "'1- . 'N -. I ,V 'A , -..A .1 . 5 Z X x trxgx h :J B4 S 'S F' V. Il i' 33 gi L3 W 'W' Pi Ffa' 44 ,W ix 5' 1 I' l 'I fi 14 I 'z, ' .+g ,Q x .xv x ,IH X N 1 W. r 1 Q 'W 'K E 'gent 1 ' x ' 1 1 . M , Xa .5 ' 1 X Q v A ll In ' I 1 : "L 5. .sl ., 3?- Y -A 5 I 41 1. 'i p1 '5 4. U ., vi I 5. I S YV Q .VA .pn . L L. . wa 11 T ,... f A. Q, 1 Y K . . I A 1 ' ' 1 r .' '- ' L r 4 .,. 4 n,. , my . 1" 1 f -. ,- -'4:j3.4 1, .1 . V rn ,. N ,- I ' VV. WY1 , I v '.' I - X V " '- .2--5,4 .R V fx' ,ni '1 an LQ.-1, "-311' i rv- ."'a'f 1 xesf K -+A. -W -, 1,1 . hr, . .K t-.4 ylx I Q.. . ii , WS ' 3, 's. ' .pf if A, 11 A if E! ,-M-aw .,g 3.41-. N 15 ,Z '-my 99" ' ni ' 1 . 5 9:2 31. 'Mas X Dr., T ' .. ' " 1 ir 'Qzf-L pf' v .N 5 E V ,V A ix' - gjir 1' rf r 'A ' 3 ,ff '.,,.4fgr' 1 A ish U ,,.1, 4-X - .fc . Hx Q .19 fl, f ' if Nix' --11 fi' SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS WILLIAM F. HELMER, Author Clan Adviror A .E 11? 1 ,-P'-- SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS D S1llllI1fll,H.' Patricia Tuzzo, T1'ua,r1n'er,' Harry Lasher, Vire-Prefidelll. Sealed: Patricia Barkley, Sea'retm'y,' Leonard Fetch, PI'U.l'fdlUill. 6 'S-2--Q-4 59 JOSEPH AGNE Verona, N.Y. Agricultural Production Veterans Clubg Agri-Business Club, Treasurer RONALD ABRAMS 511 Plank Road Webster, N.Y. Agricultural Production Theta Gamma JACK R. ACKLES 1023 W. State Street Ithaca, N.Y. Dairy Indurtry Basketballg Intramural Sports KEITH ALLEN 9 Chase Park Batavia, N.Y. Automolitfe Technology Rifle and Pistol Club, Secre- taryg Automotive Technical Society GARY ACKLES 29 State Street Tully, N.Y. Food Procerring T Food Preservation tiong Intramural Sports ANTONELLI Lane Technology Clubg Instrument So- of Americag Theta Gam- Ski Club WILLIAM C. AMMON 26 Madison Street Hamilton, N.Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Society -CF' REINHOLD ASCHMOTAT 80 Tompkins Street Cortland, N.Y. Electrical Technology Honor Society, President NANCY ATVVATER Barker, N.Y. Food Service Adminixtmtiorz Arcadian Staff, Art Eclitorg Big Sister Clubg Women's Athletic Associationg Dance Clubg Glee Clubg Food Serv- ice Association KEITH W. ATTLE, SR. 218 Cutler Street E. Syracuse, N.Y. Agricultural Production Rifle and Pistol Clubg Agri Business Club, Secretary Glee Club, Student Concluc tor, Librarian ' HAROLD W. AVENT First and King Street New Suffolk, L.I., N.Y. Electrical Technology Inter-Organization Council Veterans' Club, ViC6-P1'CSi- dentg Kappa Delta Sigmag In- tramural Sports THOMAS A. BARBER R.D. No. 4 Watertown, N.Y. Dairy I ndzurry Bowlingg Agri-Business Clubg Theta Gamma, Sergeant-an Armsg Intramural Sports DAVID BAKER R.D. No. 1 La Fayette, N.Y. Agricultural Production Dormitory Councilg Agri Business Club L , JAMES BALDWIN 12 Church Street Elba, N.Y. flutomolire 'I'erl9naln,qy Automotive Technical Soci- etyg Intramural Sports 4. GENE BAKER Willet, N.Y. Agricultural Produclion Agri-Business Club WAYNE BARR North Norwich,N .Y. Electrical Teclauology Intramural Sports FRANKLIN BEACH 161 Bundy Road Ithaca, N.Y. Agricullzmzl Production Agri-Business Clubg Intramu- ral Sports STEVE BARNES 257 E. Whitesboro Street Rome, N.Y. Dairy Industry Veterans Clubg Theta Gam- ma BRUCE BARTLETT R.D. NO. I Oneida, N.Y. Elem-ical Technology Intramural Sports PATRICIA BARKLEY 330 Highbridge Street Fayetteville, N.Y. Secretarial Science Inter - Oragnization Council Arcadian Staff, Business Tech Editorg Big Sister Clubg Bowl- ingg Women's Athletic Asso- ciationg Dance Clubg New- man Clubg Business Technol- ogy Club, Secretaryg Senior Class Sectetatyg Freshman Class Vice-Presidentg Queen Candidate, Business Technol- ogy Club. SXTY get 'HE , 2 so D -a Q ,977 q .Sb I 94 8 CLASS OF l96O MICHAEL BERG 388 Knowlton Avenue Kenmore 23, N.Y. Automotive Technology Inter-Organization Councilg Newman Clubg Automotive Technical Societyg Theta Gamma, Vice-Presidentg Glee Club CLIFFORD O. BECK R.D. No. 2, Cary Road Mechanicville, N.Y. Agricultural Production Rifle and Pistol Club KENNETH F, BENSON, JR. 430 Center Street Solvay 9, N.Y. Instrument Technology Instrument Society of Ameri- cag Theta Gamma, Treasurerg Ski Club JOHN BIERCE Hamilton, N.Y. Dairy I udzutry I 1 RALPH K. BECK R.D. No. 2, Cary Road Mechanicville, N.Y. Food Processing Tec Agri-Business Clubg Preservation Associationg Clubg Ski Clubg I Sports siiuzg L, Y -, , if c, -J 1 OANNE G. BLACKLEY 52 - 10th Street iagara Falls, N.Y. ood Service Admiuiflraliovz tuclent Council, Secretaryg udent-Faculty Association, ecretaryg Big Sister Clubg omen's Athletic Associa- ong Dance Clubg Glcc Clubg ,ueen Candidate, Foocl Pres- vation Associationg Food :vice Association JOE BLACKMAN 5331 Murray Street Flushing, N.Y. flutomotitfe Technology Newman Clubg Automotive T e c h nic al Societyg Theta Gamma LEE BLAKELY 102 Pearl Street Springville, N.Y. Food Procerriug Technology Food Preservation Associa- tiong Intramural Sports ERIC L. BCJWFRS South Otsclic, N.Y. rlnlomoliz cf TC'L'f7IIflf0,Q-1' Arcatlialn Staff, lntlustrial Ecl- imrg Bowlingg Riflt' anal Pis- tul Clubg Automotive Tech- nical S 0 C i c' t yg Intramural Sports MALCOLM BOOZEL Clymer, N.Y. ' Elerlriml Terluzology Student Councilg Honor S0- cictyg Glce Clubg Footballg lntramural Sports 'xi Muf' RICHARD F. BRADLEY 66 Lebanon Street Hamilton, N.Y. Accounting Technology DONALD V. BRUNO 559 Main Street Oneida, N.Y. Food Proceuing Technology Dance Clubg Food Preserva- tion Associationg Theta Gam- mag Glee Clubg Intramural Sports RICHARD A. BRAYER 117 Mareeta Road Rochester, N.Y. Agricultural Production Student Council, Presidentg Student-Faculty Associationg Newman Clubg Kappa Delta Sigmag Intramural Sportsg C.I.S.G.A. Convention CHARLES TERRENCE BROWN 7 North Street Clay, N.Y. Dairy Industry DOUGLAS BUCKLAND Monroe Street nerge Falls, N.Y. l072Z0li1f'6' Technology tomotive Technical Soci- 5 Ski Clubg Intramural rts 'S' JOHN BURNS 296 Oceanside Parkway Oceanside, N.Y. Automotive Technology Newman Clubg Automotive Technical Societyg Theta Gammag Glee Clubg Intra- mural Sports JOYCE BUCK Bliss, N .Y. Food Service Administration Honor Societyg Big Sister Clubg Women's Athletic As- sociationg Student Christian Union, Vice-Presidentg Glee Clubg Footl Service Associa- tion EDWARD BUMBALO 354 Lincoln Parkway Buffalo, N.Y. fllzlomorire Technology Automotive Technical Socictyg Theta Gamma, Social Direc- torg Glee Club ANN BUCHMEIER Cherry Valley, N.Y. Laboratory Technology Honor Societyg Big Sister Clubg Lab Tech Seminarg Glee Club SXT 'Hriys fx z X' v 3 in X' if ,yy F748 O X95 ' QA L 2 tu -4 Y -ii" CLASS or 1960 J 7 1 i1.:i,- 'I VP' - -HQ.-a.,Le. .551 A ,nil p an - Q29 f , i wsw " fm ,i?,, 51 .-yi' -' if fl.: ROBERT H. CARD R.D. No. 1 McGraw, N.Y. Farm Mechanic.: Kappa Delta Sigma, Corres- ponding Secretaryg Intramu- ral Sports lx E' 68 ff-we 3ki5'f"5' 4 J ' 1 : i , 1 :fini rd " cf 52? I l ffflisf ,-if i I f RICHARD BYRNES 125 Terrace Way Camillus, N.Y. Electrical Technology Theta Gamma JOHN A. CANESTARO 8 Hubbard Street Cortland, N.Y. AllF0m0ll1f8 Technology Newman Clubg Automotive T e c h n i c al Societyg Theta Gamma ROGER SUMNER CHANDLER Cicero, N.Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Soci etyg Theta Gamma '51 BERT GLENN HEESMAN O Arthur Avenue sdell 19, N.Y. d Procerrifzg Tesbnology wman Clubg Kappa Delta mag Intramural Sports HENRY CHARACHE R.D. No. 1 Morrisville, N.Y. Agriclzllnml CbGmiJlI'jl Agricultural Chemistry Club Vice-President N ,J , A 0 N-Ay! LOUIS C. CIPOLLA 11 Northridge Road Peekskill, N.Y. Automotive Teclanology Rifle and Pistol Clubg Auto motive Technical Society MELVIN J. COOK DAVID E CLARK R.D. No. 1 RD No l Manlius, N.Y. McGraw NY Automotive Technology Accounlmg Technology Automotive Technical Soci- Honor Society Business Tech ety nology Club Intramural PHILIP J. COSTELLO 15 Fenner Street Cazenovia, N.Y. Accounting Technology Business Technology Clubg Intramural Sports JOHN CARL DAWES Franklin Springs, N.Y. Food Procerring Technology Arcadian Staffg N e W rn a n Clubg Food Preservation As- sociationg Kappa Delta Sigmag Intramural Sports HAROLD CROPSEY 172 Delhi Road - Scarsdale, N.Y. Automotive Engineering Aide Automotive Technical Society RONALD DARROW LaGrange Road Wyoming, N.Y. Food Procerring Technology Student Council, Vice-Presi- dentg I n t e r - Organization Council, Presidentg Newman Clubg Food Preservation As- sociation, Treasurerg Kappa Delta Sigma, I-Iistoriang Intra- mural Sports PATRICIA J. CURRIE R.D. No. 2 Tully, N.Y. Food Service Admin Dormitory Councilg 1 Staffg Big Sister Club men's Athletic As Food Service Association rerary CARL DENNIS R. D. No. 2 Manlius, N.Y. Agricullural Production Kappa Delta Sigma MARY JANE DEVER Scott Road Homer, N.Y. Food Service Adminirtrafion Dormitory Council, Secretaryg Arcadian Staffg Home Eco- nomicsg Bowlirrgg Student Christian Union, Program Chairmang Horticulture Club, Food Service Association, President JOSEPH DELANEY R.D. No. 3 Syracuse, N.Y. Automotive Technology Newman Clubg Automotive T e c h n i c al Societyg Theta Gammag Basketballg Football KAY ELLEN DERBY 152 South Main Street Homer, N.Y. Laboratory Technology Bowlingg Big Sister Clubg Women's Athletic Associa- tiong Student Christian Un- iong Lab Tech Seminar JOSEPH DE DIO 5 Stuyvesant Street Binghamton, N.Y. Accounting Technology Inter-Organization Councilg Newman Clubg Business Technology Club, Vice-Presi- dentg Kappa Delta Sigma, Secretaryg Intramural Sports rl SYTY A 50- HF lsx NMQ QQ Q X' Gb 137 we 'Q l948 ,lg E 2 2 -C R S yf rxxxx 9 C L A S S G F I 9 6 O 'DI Jik '75,-CY se- 1 JOSEPH P. DWYER 702 Avery Avenue Syracuse, N.Y. Accounting Technology Newman Club, Treasurerg Business Technology Clubg Glee Clubg Intramural Sports DONALD R. DIEFENDORF R.D. No. 1 Canajoharie, N.Y. Automotive Engineering Aide Dormitory Councilg Automo- tive Technical Societyg Kappa Delta Sigma, Presidentg Intra- mural Sports '23 , 4- B 'ug I - ifivii: -., " :Wig ' ..-..T,s33:lw'fx',q't.. - 2-Q.-1,441 4 . :+t1",'s- sl "tk-J. L"J"u1.,e' ' LH -v . , 1-1 'DS .--x 5-rpg 4: ,- "'tf7'Q. -n"'L?,fgsE4'i ,egg I :.- mg. l ,V - 'iq .fv,4.7,,, Q ,ufglgq ,1--.x-gy. -gs if wx, T , -' -'.",.1.-'I' NORMA DOWD R.D. No. 2 Tully, N.Y. Food Service Adminirt-ration Big Sister Clubg Student Christian Uniong Food Serv- ice Association SALLY MARIE BAVES Hamilton, N.Y. Secretarial Science Dormitory Councilg Arcadian Staff, Associate Edirorg Big Sister Clubg Bowlingg Busi- ness Technology Clubg Queen Candidate, Women's Athletic Association GEORGE DORRANCE R.D. NO. 1 Cazenovia, N.Y. Food Procersing Tecn Food Preservation tiong Intramural Sports ELAINE EIBIRT elarial Science mitory Councilg Arcaclian f, Assistant Business Man- g Honor Society, Secre- -Treasurerg Big Sister bg Bowlingg Women's letic Associationg Business nology Club 4.-dl DAVID A. EGLI 1018 Sweeney Street North Tonawanda, N.Y. Agricultural Production Dormitory Councilg Rifle and Pistol Clubg Glee Club BERNARD ELLIS 504 First Street Liverpool, N.Y. Food Procemzg Technology Food Preservation Associa- tiong Kappa Delta Sigma HARRY F. FAUST 29 Pierce Street Hicksville, N.Y. H orticullure Horticulture Clubg Theta Gammag Ski Clubg Intramu- ral Sports W 4 PHILLIP C. FALES R.D. No. 3 Canandaigua, N.Y. Agricultural Production S t u d e n t Christian Union, Presidentg Agri - B u si n e s s Clubg Intramural Sports 5? was Qs 'Q .q,:,vqIl':f, KEITH R. FAWCETT 325 Doris Avenue Vestal, N.Y. Accounting Technology Student Council, Treasurerg Business Technology Clubg Ski Club 3 MICHAEL FITZGERALD Union Springs, N.Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Soci- etyg Theta Gamma, Basket- ball, Football, PATRICK T. FERRARI 24 Clearview Drive Pittsford, N.Y. Automotive Engineering Aide Automotive Technical Soci- etyg Intramural Sports ROBERT FISH 221 Summit Avenue Oneida, N.Y. Accounting Technology Business Technology Club LEONARD J. FETCHO 504 Herkimer Street Syracuse 4, N.Y. Accounting Technology Student-Faculty As Newman Club, Busin Technology Club, I Senior Class President, Clubg Intramural Sports RY D. FOLTS h, N.Y. omotizfe Technology omotive Technical Society ALLAN FOSS Campbell Hall, N.Y. Agricultural Production THOMAS F. FLYNN, JR. 100 Milton Street Williamsville, N.Y. Automotive Technology Newman Club, Automotive Technical Societyg Theta Gammag Glee Clubg Intramu- ral Sports JOHN FLUMMERFELT 129 Grant Avenue Auburn, N.Y. Automolioe Technology Automotive Technical Soci- ety, President ri 5lTY X if JUDY FOOTE . Q 44 Demars Boulevard Tupper Lake, N.Y. a f? Q Laboratory Technology Y 7 ip Q A .635 HE '04, 4 A fe 5 2 ug - 'C 22 J- Big Sister Clubg Newman Club: Lab Tech Seminarg Glee Club CLASS OF I96O SYLVIA FULLENWEIDER 1224 Lincoln Terrace Peekskill, N.Y. Laboratory Technology Inter-Organization Councilg Dormitory Councilg Big Sister Clubg Bowlingg Women's Athletic Association, Secre- taryg Student Christian Uniong Lab Tech Seminar, Vice-Pres- ident, Presidentg Glee Clubg Queen Candidate, Lab Tech Seminar KENNETH R FOSS R.D. No. 1 Campbell Hall, N.Y. Automotive Terlmology ALAN FRAENCKEL R.D. No. 2 Sacandaga Road Scotia, N.Y. Automotive Engineering Aide Honor Societyg Rifle and Pis- tol Clubg Automotive Tech- nical Societyg Ski Club JOHN GALBREATH 68 North Street Morrisville, N.Y. Food Procerxing Technology Honor Societyg Food Preser- vation Associationg Ski Club Basketballg Footballg Intra mural Sports ui BERNARD FOUNTAIN 349 Bleecker Street Gloversville, N.Y. Agrimlturrzl BllJ'i776J'..f Inter-Organization Newman Clubg Kappa Sigmag Glee Clubg Ski Vice-Presidentg Sports l ,,-an '17 WILLIAM GILSON an Horn Avenue , N.Y. motive Technology motive Technology So- , Vice-Presidentg Theta mag Intramural Sports DONALD B. GELLERY R.D. No. 1 Myers Road Kirkville, N.Y. Agricultural Production GEORGE P. GLATZ 206 E. Henley Olean, N.Y. Automotive Technology RALPH H. GRANGER Tower Terrace Madison, N.Y. Imtrument Technology Veterans Clubg Instrument Society of America 'X-.K ' EDWARD F. GRALA 219 Erickson Street Syracuse, N.Y. lmtmmefzt Technology Arcadian Stff, Sports Edi- torg Veterans Club, Treas- urerg Instrument Society of Americag Intramural Sports 77 I WALTER HALDENWANG R.D. NO. 1 Hartwick, N.Y. Farm Mechanic: Agri-Business Clubg Theta Gamma DELBERT HARRINGTON 139 Port Watson Street Cortland, N.Y. Electrical Technology Intramural Sports DONALD D. HALLOCK R.D. No. 2 Williamstown, N.Y. Electrical Technology Veterans Clubg Theta Gamma T, K '23 MICHAEL HANEY R.D. No. 1 Baldwinsville, N.Y, Food Processing Technology Intramural Sports DAVID L. I-IAMPEI. 21 Grant Street Yonkers, N.Y. Agricultuml Production Agri-Business Clubg ture Club ES C. HOCTOR ostings Avenue n-on-Hudson, N.Y. Processing Technology Preservation Associa- Theta Gammag Imramu DOITG ALBERT HORROCKS R.D. No. 2 Clymer, N.Y. Food Proceuing Technology Food Preservation Associa- tiong Kappa Delta Sigrnag In- tramural Sports JAMES S. HLADIK 11 Hoffman Street Johnstown, N.Y. Electrical Technology Newman Clubg Theta Gam- ma DANETTE HOLDRIDGE 809 East Main Street Little Falls, N.Y. Laboratory Technology Big Sister Clubg Bowlingg Women's Athletic Associa- tiong Newman Clubg Lab Tech Seminar, Secretary RICHARD C. HEPFNER 327 Tennyson Avenue Syracuse, N.Y. Accounting Technology N e w m a n Clubg Business Technology Clubg Glee Clubg Intramural Sports i ,fa XTY .x Q' HE ' F S59 19 D KL Q "1 -2 l948 fo . ' 2- -.- 2 95 Q., -Q: Q 137 CLASS or 1960 RUTH ANN HUGHES 16 Jewell Avenue Chenango Bridge, N.Y. Food Serzfice fidnzirzirtralion Big Sister Clubg Bowlingg Women's Athletic Associa tiong Student Christian Un iong Glee Club CLEMENT AUSTIN HOTH 240 North Union Road Williamstown, N.Y, Automotive Terbnology Theta Gamrnag Intramural Sports PAUL HOYT 2026 Teall Avenue East. Syracuse, N.Y. Eleciriml Teclmology Intramural Sports, Manager LE ROY HUMPHREY 115 Prospect Avenue Ilion, N.Y. Agricrzllzzral Production Agri-Business Clubg Intramu ral Sports nb ROBERT W. JACOBI 41 North Street McGraw, N.Y. Dairy Industry ALAN KENT IVES R.D. No. 3 Bainbridge, N.Y. Agricultural Production Agri-Business Club t xl MICHAEL J. JACOPELLE 700 North Center Street East Syracuse, N.Y. Accounting Technology Veterans Clubg N e w m a n Clubg Business Technology Clubg Glee Club DAVID M. JESSUP Charlotteville, N.Y. Anlomolizfe Technology Theta Gamma, Secretary it iw? LOUIS JACQUIN 137 Washington Square Syracuse, N.Y. Automoiizfe Teclmalogy Inter-Organization Councilg Newman Clubg Automotive Technical Societyg Kappa Delta Sigmag Glee Clubg In- tramural Sports JAMES S. JONES 120 N. Hamilton Street Watertown, N.Y. Automotive Technology JOSEPH L. KENNEY 110 Summit Avenue " Solvay, N.Y. V H o1'tic1zlfure - I l WALTER JONES JR Columbia NJ Agfliiillltldl Production Veterans Club' Agri-Business Club' Intramural Sports CLARENCE KAENEY Vlolcott, N.Y. F and Procerring Tec Food Preservation tion, Vice-President' Gamma Intramural RICHARD KEEFE 736 East Laurel Street Syracuse, N.Y. flulomothfe Technology Rifle and Pistol Clubg New- man Clubg Automotive Tech- nical Societyg Theta Gamma N KLINKERT Hillcrest Drive nfield, N.Y. zlomotizfe Tvchuology tomotive Technical Society MICHAEL KOSLOVSKI 310 East 196th Street Bronx 51, N.Y. Food Procerring Technology Rifle and Pistol Clubg Food Preservation Associationg The- ta Gammag Intramural Sports GERALD H. KIMBER 28 South Street Morrisville, N.Y. Electrical Technology Honor Societyg V e t e r a n s Clubg Ham Radio Club NEAL H. KNAPP Mill Street Springville, N.Y. F0011 Proccmrirlg Technology Food Preservation Associa- tion, Secrctaryg Theta Gam- ma, Corresponding Secrctairyg Footballg Intramural Sports GEORGE E. KERNAGHAN Churchill Court Fayetteville, N.Y. Electrical Technology 3, u I" fi " 1 Lt iv lx 4' ll at X I XTY 0 .fvqs HE 'si F 2 1 2 D 'ni L-I I E5 S' up , tr Q 'tv I I 5 9, ,,ii,.,, Ab l CLASS CDF I96O JOSEPH LAMB 629 Casanova Street Bronx 59, N.Y. Agricultural Production Rifle ancl Pistol Clubg Intra- mural Sports GEORGE KRUGER Redman Road Hamlin, N.Y. Dairy Technology Agri-Business Clubg Theta Gammag Basketballg Intramu- ral Sports ., :V Qs ,114 GEORGE J. LAKE 78 Hugenot Drive Mastic Beach, Long Island, N.Y. Horticulture S t u d e n t Christian Union, Horticulture Clubg Theta Gamma, Pledge Master CHARLES LANGDON R.D. No. 1 Whitesboro, N.Y. Agricultural Production Dance Clubg Theta Gamrnag Glee Clubg Intramural Sports . 1 A-1- c, Q"- X. JOHN KUMPF Crittenden Road Alden, N.Y. Horticulture Horticulture Clubg Delta Sigmag I Sports A. LAWYER uxton, N.Y. ectrical Technology udent Councilg Dance Clubg ppa Delta Sigmag Glee ubg Ski Clubg Intramural orts HARRY J. LASHER 1376 Decatur Street Brooklyn 27, N.Y. Food Procefring Technology Student-Faculty Associationg Newman Clubg Food Preser- vation Associationg Kappa Delta Sigmag Senior Class Vice-Presiclentg F r e s h rn a n Class Presidentg Intramural Sports GENE LE BOEUF R.D. No. 1 jordan, N.Y. Agricultural Production Theta Gamma DIANA E. LEMLEY 47 Hawthorne Street Perry, N.Y. Food Service Admirzirlratiorz Inter-Organization Councilg Big Sister Club, Secretaryg Women's Athletic Associa- tiong Glee Clubg Food Serv- ice Association, Vice-President 1 A JOHN RICHARD LEE R.D. No. Z Oneida, N.Y. Laboratory Technology Lab Tech Seminar X , , -ua I. . 35 wa. V ii N t " rl. ,, '. WJQ-iff., :Y x lf. , '-rj si lfwlelk WARNER LEUENBERGER Oriskany Falls, N.Y. Agricultural Production JOHN C. LOOPE R.D. No. 1 East Freetown, N.Y. Farm Mechanic: Kappa Delta Sigmag Glee Clubg Intramural Sports ROBERT M. LINCOLN Cazenovia Road Manlius, N.Y. Agricullzmzl Production Agri-Business Clubg Intramu- ral Sports JAMES BARNETT LONGWELL 115 Columbia Drive Vfilliamsville, N.Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Soci- ery, Tteasurerg Kappa Delta Sigmag Glee Clubg Basketballg Intramural Sports ALDEN C. LACKLEY 1118 Creek Road Williamson, N.Y. Food Procefsing Terla Food Preservation Ass EDWARD MAIELLARO 10 Woodruff Place Auburn, N.Y. Aulomotizfe Technology Honor Societyg N e W m a n Clubg Automotive Technical Society ANTHONY LOSICCO 3105 Park Avenue Bronx 51, N.Y. Food Prooerrizzg Technology Kappa Delta Sigma, Social Director L , RICHARD E. MACK R.D. No. 4 Amsterdam, N.Y. I rulrument Technology Instrument Society of Amer- ica, Sc-crctaryg Kappa Delta Sigmng Ski Clubg Intramural Sports 87 'Se ,-if NELSON E. LORD R.D, No. 2 Bainbridge, N.Y. Agricultural Production Agri-Business Club di CLASS OF I96O JOSEPH MASTERPAUL 89 Butlett Avenue Cortland, N.Y. Antomolwe Technology Newman Club, Automotive Technical Societyg Intramural Sports THOMAS H. MALONE Highland Avenue Oneida, N.Y. Food Processing Technology Food Preservation Associa- tiong Theta Gammag Glee Clubg Footballg Intramural Sports 15,4725 I Wt :'.r..i.,'4y WILLIAM MASSEY 311 Hampshire Drive DeWitt, N.Y. Automotive T echnalogy Automotive Technical Soci- etyg Theta Gamma, Presidentg Intramural Sports JAMES MATTHEWS R.D. No. 1 Mannsville,N. Y. Agricultural Productzon Agri Business Club JI '-19:-Y ROBERT J. MARTUS 812 Maryland Avenue Syracuse, N.Y. I mlrument Technology Veterans Clubg Ins Society of Arnericag Ski Intramural Sports LIAM MC GOWAN . No. 5 ord, N.Y. omotive Technology motive Technical Society MICHAEL MC DONALD 1929 Ridge Road West Seneca, N.Y. Dairy Imiurtry Honor Societyg N e w tn a n Clubg Intramural Sports IRIS MC GRATH Whitney Point, N.Y. Food Service Adminixtration Big Sister Clubg Student Christian Union, Treasuterg Giee Clubg Food Service As- sociation CARLTON MC LEAN LEITA MC KELVIE Route 12 Pine Street Hubbardsville, N.Y. South Acton, Mags, Dairy lnduxlry Food Service Adminixtmtion Bowling Big Sister Clubg Newman Clubg Glee Clubg Food Serv- ice Association JON E. MC MANIS R.D. No. 3 Batavia, N.Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Soci- CW KENNETH MILLES 87 Belmeade Road Rochester 17, N.Y. lmtrument Technology Bowlingg Instrument Society of Americag Intramural Sports CHRIS MEYER R.D. No. 1 Cazenovia, N.Y. lnrtrument Technology Bowlingg Ski Club :E 1 6 n i T, .N , ix Xa I X I I l EARLE MILLER 9 Rochelle Terrace Mt. Vernon, N.Y Imtrument Technology Inter-Organization Councilg Veterans Clubg Instrument Society of America, Vice-Pres- iclentg Intramural Sports CHARLES C. MICHELS 132 LaFayette Parkway Rochester 10, N.Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical CU' BERT G. MOORHEAD 1 Keen Place acuse, N.Y. rticulture rticultute Club LUCINDA ELIZABETH MORSE R.D. No. 3 Canandaigua, N.Y. H ofticulture Inter-Organization Council, Secretaryg Arcadian Staff, Ag- riculture Eclitorg Big Sister Clubg Student Christian Un- ion, Horticulture Club, Sec- retaryg Honor Society WILLIAM MOON 47 Lebanon Street Hamilton, N.Y. Food Proce.r.ri1zg Teclmiology Arcadian Staff, Photography Editotg Rifle and Pistol Club, President, Food Preservation Associationg Freshman Class Treasurer DAVID MORAN C ld JOSEPH C. MONACHINO 41 Church Street Elba, N.Y. Accounting Technology Newman Clubg Intramural Sports .js- f I Wx U I ., : 1 5' 1- - aw-f---in l,',li"i tsS, if ' 3253 iii wks .:.: 'Ji' M .ft Agfa' . ig-A1352 W lTY QS' HE F 40' 5 t 1009 North 4th Street 9 New Hyde Park, N.Y. W v3 Q Horticulture Horticulture Club, T h e t a Gamma I 8 Cf, 9 Q, in 1 53 -q fy? J qs CLASS OF I96O it . ROBERT MUNCH Box 4 Smyrna, N.Y, Agricultural Production Honor Societyg Agri-Business Club Y 21' n , is- . ,jj ,er X 4'. TOM MYERS 560 List Avenue Rochester 17, N.Y. Automotive Teclmology Veterans Clubg Newman Clubg Automotive Technical Societyg Theta Gammag In- tramural Sports CALVIN NEUREUTHER Allen Road East Concord, N.Y. Agricultural Production Agri-Business Clubg Theta Gammag Intramural Sports JOHN MYERS Rhinebeck, N.Y. Farm Mechanic: . Agri-Business Club tal Sports 'fzsf' UCE K. NORTON st Oneonta, N.Y. Mechanics mitory Councilg Agri-Bus- s Clubg Intramural Sports DOUGLAS NORTHRUP 15 Jay Street Cobleskill, N.Y. Automotive Technology CARL NOURSE Olean Road Holland, N.Y. Azclomotitfe Technology Automotive Technical Societyg Theta Gammag Intramural Sports JOHN O'LEARY 35-47 34th Street Astoria, Long Island 6, N.Y. Foorl Procexring Technology Newman Clubg Food Preser- vation Association .. A :tv QI' 1- tr- x,. Q, 1, flflif .3 is Xgxjfbf 'f-2' .1-Sfli-"-:Q at-s "AW ,V-M :iffy ,fn-.+. 'ip '93-f "iii ,.'1grP5M'5 4111292 f- flneffzwgp-.rt 1, 5 i?1'Std:E:11'- ' . N 71. 'Ymfil' . , xt , 12 WILLIAM O'CONNOR 252 Beechwood Avenue Liverpool, N.Y Accounting Technology Dance Clubg Newman Clubg Business Technology Clubg Kappa Delta Sigmag Glee Clubg Ski Clubg Cheerlead- ingg Intramural Sports ROBERT OLMSTEAD 126 Hoosac Street Johnstown, N.Y. I mtrument Technology Instrument Society of Amer- icag Theta Gamma, Historian Ski Club, Treasurer THOMAS M. PATTERSON Main Street Kirkville, N.Y. Electrical Technology Kappa Delta Sigmag Intramu- ral Sports WILLIAM OTTLEY 52 Long Avenue Hamburg, N.Y. Automotive Technology Auromorive Technical Soci- etyg Intramural Sports JASPER D. PADDOCK, JR. N. Main Street Mannsville, N.Y. Accounting Technology Business Technology Club, Sergeant - at - Armsg T h e r a Gammag Glee Clubg Intramu- ral Sports STEPHEN OWENS Box 67 LaFayette, N.Y. Electrical Technology Newman Clubg Kappa S i g m a, Sergean Glee Clubg Ski Clubg mural Sports HAEL G. PERSONS . No. 2 sterdam, N.Y. icultural Prorluclion r-Organization Council i-Business, Vice-Prcsidentg pa Delta Sigma ,W'J, i,'qg'Y'F' RONALD PHILLIPS R.D. No. 3 Geneva, N.Y. Aulomotiwe Technology Automotive Technical Societyg Intramural Sports PAUL PERRY 118 N. Main Street Dolgeville, N.Y. Aulomotive Technology Automotive Technical Society WILLIAM D. PAYETTE Poolsbrook Road Kirkville, N.Y. Electrical Technology Intramural Sportsg Ham Ra- dio Club we W- - N ' aa H SIT Y X 4? JOHN PHILLIPS ,J R.D. No. 1 xr ,A Hannibal, N.Y. A' I' Automotive Teclsmology JT 4.65 HE F4, fi 5 L E 2 in j S: -4 f Q -1. Automotive Technical Society I 8 CLASS OF I96O RICHARD POYNTON 26 Tavarone Street Garnersville, N.Y. Food Procexsing Technology Food Preservation Associa- tiong Intramural Sports TYRONE A. PHILLIPS R.D. No. 2 Geneva, N.Y. Agricultural Production Rifle and Pistol Club, Range Officer MELVIN POST East Main Street Batavia, N.Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Society PAUL PUSHLER R.D. No. 1 Cazenovia, N.Y. Agricultural Production Rifle and Pistol Club TOMAS POLACSEK 4820 Av. Lib. San Martin, Buenos Aires Food Procening Teal Newman Clubg Food vation Associationg Delta Sigma, Treasurerg tramural Sports JOAN RAMSDEN R.D. No. 1 Marietta, N.Y. Food Service Adminirtration Women's Athletic Associa- tiong Student Christian Un- iong Food Service Associationg Glee Club v-4 ' . 'Zi-, - - ffl. Q, il 1' 1 , ,493 fit l I A l -.-4. A r 751 5 RICHARD A. REFF 90 Albertson Parkway Albertson, Long Island, N.Y. Automotive Technology Rifle and Pistol Clubg Auto motive Technical Society RONALD REITZ West Bloomfield Road Pittsford, N.Y. Automotive Technology Newman Clubg Automotive Technical Societyg Glee Clubg Ski Clubg Intramural Sports . ,. ,dev ITF r R I rr DONNA A. REGENT 285 Howell Avenue Riverhead, Long Island H orlicullure Dormitory Councilg Big Sister Clubg Bowlingg Women's Athletic Associationg Rifle and Pistol Clubg Agri-Busi- ness Clubg Horticulture Clubg Glee Clubg Ski Club ANTHONY RENALDO Mile Strip North Collins, N.Y. Food Procerring Technology Food Preservation Associa- tiong Kappa Delta Sigrnag In- tramural Sports SHERRILL RUTLEDGE 129 Erwin Street Boonville, N.Y. Laboratory Technology Honor Societyg Big Sister Clubg Women's Athletic As- sociationg Lab Tech Seminar, Secretary and Treasurerg Glee Club JON RIEGERT 549 Brunswick Road Troy, N.Y. Food Service Adminiftmtion Student C h r i s t i a n Uniong Glee Clubg Intramural Sportsg Food Service Association GERALD A. ROSE Laurens, N.Y. Food Processing Technology Dormitory Councilg Dance Clubg Food Preservation As- sociationg Intramural Sports HUGH RIEHLMAN R.D. No. 2 Homer, N.Y. Farm. Mechanic: Glee Club CARL SATURNO West Main Street Washingtonville, N.Y. Automotive Technology RICHARD SCHUTT Worcester, N.Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Societyg Theta Gammag Intramural Sports FRED SALABURE Box 3 Glenfield, N,Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Society BERNARD SCHADER R.D. No. 2 Baldwinsville, N.Y. Agricultural Production Agri-Business Clubg Intramu- ral Sports FRANK SABATINO, JR. 48 Teresa Street Rochester, N.Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Society 5lTY et HE 466 :t A? 2 1, Q -if JQIW Q Y Q' A 6,7 I948 CLASS OF I96O -1 ' . lu XX " - Q PM .X l 'H ' L "I r 5. 1 ll LEONARD SCHWEIZER 327 N. Middletown Road Pearl River, N.Y. Auzomotizfe Technology Automotive Technical Soci- etyg Theta Gamma, House Managerg Glee Clubg Intra- mural Sportsg Weight Lifting Club ROBERT SELLERS 205 Bear Street Syracuse, N.Y. Imirument Technology Bowlingg Rifle and Pistol Clubg Instrument Society of Americag Kappa Delta Sigmag Glee Clubg Intramural Sports WILLIAM C. SHEEHAN 89 South Broad Street Norwich, N.Y. Horticulture Rifle and Pistol Clubg New- man Clubg Horticulture Clubg Theta Gamma UL SICKMON . No. 2 mer, N.Y. tomotive Technology e Clubg Intramural Sports RONALD SHEPPARD R.D. NO. 2 Stanley, N.Y. Agricultural Produczion GARY SLAUSON Main Street Roxbury, N.Y. Autonzoziue Technology Automotive Technical Societyg Intramural Sports RUTH SLOCUM R.D. No. 1 Arkport, N.Y. Food Service Adnzinirlration Big Sister Clubg Student Christian Uniong Food Serv- WILLIAM SLEDZIESKI Box 284 Martituck, N.Y. Food Proceuing Technology Newman Clubg Food Preser- vation Associationg Kappa 'w fx-:sf ice Association Delta Sigma, Chaplaing Intra- mural Sports ERIC L. SNOW PHILIP STEWART R.D. No. 2 Box 493 Cazenovia, N.Y. York, N.Y. Electrical Technology Food Pfocening Technology Newman Clubg Food Preser- vation Association ARTHUR SNYDER Cazenovia, N.Y. Electrical Technology w. EDWARD A. STANTON 164 East 82nd Street New York 28, N.Y. Agricultural Production Rifle and Pistol Clubg Agri- Business Clubg Theta Gam- mag Ski Club In ROGER STAHL R.D. No. 1 Dryden, N.Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical 'Q -.n-in Qi NALD D. TAYLOR ais Road erill Park, N.Y. lomotive Technology le and Pistol Clubg Auto- tive Technical Society SHARON TOLLERUP R.D. No. 1 Eaton, N.Y. Secretarial Science Honor Societyg B u s i n e s s Technology Club WILLIAM E. SWEENEY Cpl. Welch Road R.D. No. 5 Syracuse 7, N.Y. Instrument Technology tramutal Sports' Football Theta Gamma, Chaplaing In- DEAN TI-IORN Milford, N.Y. Anzomotive Technology EVERETT STONE 4 Hamilton Place South Nyack, N.Y. Food Procening Technology Newman Clubg Food Preser- vation Association, Sergeant- at-Armsg Theta Gammag In- tramural Sports ,lig OL! M5511-lim, . -1 Automotive Technical Soci- etyg Intramural Sports CLASS OF I96O 2 BRIAN TORMBY R.D. No. 1 Katonah, N.Y. Agricultural Chemixtry Dance Clubg Theta Gammag Intramural Sports r 38 'ami' r 4 ' . ' I f' , NEAL W. TRASS - 5 Georgetown, N.Y. I W - 1 Automotive Technology V' Automotive Technical Society 1 A T" A 1 ,I n , X S fir .Qi V X l JONATHAN TRACE Red Mill Road Peel-tskill, N.Y. Automolive Technology Automotive Technical DARRYI. L TRICKLER PAT TRINCA Box 115, R.D. No. 2 5 Wheeler Street Geneva, N.Y. Al-lbllm, N-Y- Agricultuml Production Food Procexxing Technology Veterans Clubg Food Preset- vation Associationg Theta Gamma OBERT UNDERWOOD 23 Ridgewood Road illburn, NJ. orliculture orticulture Club, Treasurer PATRICIA ANN TUZZO Hubbardsville, N.Y. Secretarial Science Arcadian Staff, Editor-in- Chiefg Honor Societyg Big Sister Clubg Bowlingg Wom- ens' Athletic Associationg Dance Clubg Business Tech- nology Club, Treasurerg Sen- ior Class Treasurerg Queen Candidate, Veterans Club RICHARD VAN DEWERKER Cherry Valley, N.Y. Automotive Technology Dormitory Councilg Automo- tive Technical Society CHARLES VVATKINS 4 Spofford Avenue Dolgeville, N.Y. Imtfument Technology Instrument Society of Amer- ica, Presidentg Kappa Delta Sigma, Social Directorg Ski Club, President 'xii Eiie-if-5 ,-I' asi DIANE WALTERS R.D. No, 1, Walters Road Syracuse 9, N.Y. Food Service Administration Inter-Organization Councilg Arcadln Staffg Big Sister Clubg Newman Clubg Food Service Association DALE WATSON McKinstry Street Machias, N.Y. Automotive Technology Rifle and .Pistol Clubg Auto- motive Technical Societyg Ski Clubg Intrarnual Sports RICHARD WHALEN Morrisville, N.Y. Electrical Technology Intramural Sports RONALD WEINSCHREIDER 44 Helmer Avenue Dolgeville, N.Y. Automotive Technology SANDRA LEE WERNER 99 Main Street Attica, N.Y. Laboratory Technology Student Councilg Dormitory Council, Presidentg Arcadian Staff, Food Preservation Edi- torg Big Sister Clubg Student Christian Uniong Mb Tech Seminarg Glee Clubg C.I.S.G. A. Convention 'R' s X WILLIAM VVELCI-I 33 Conkey Avenue Norwich, N.Y. Automotive Technology IAM WILCOX Lebanon Street ilton, N.Y. wanting Technology iness Technology Clubg ball JAMES M. WILLIAMSON R.D. No. 1, Box 280 Newburgh, N.Y. Automotive Technology DAVID WHITE 2120 Morrow Avenue Schenectady, N.Y. Automotive Technology Automotive Technical Society WILLIAM WILLIAMS, JR. 238 West Roswell Avenue Nedrow, N.Y. F ood Pfocerring Technology Rifle and Pistol Clubg Food Preservation Associationg Bas- ketballg Intramural Sports JAMES WHITBOURNE 68 East Main Street Lima, N.Y. Laboratory Technology Inter-Organization Council Lab Tech Serninarg Intramu- ral Sports TF. nr. iz- 11 y 1 V' 1 J ' .,. 5. lg' Q lrt . J Ev 1 45' H I - ,:,: ff?-15' 1"tSll 5lT Y X u-I Y Q7 O "1 Q 0 fl I9 Sh HE F4, 'v 4 A fi or -c 4 - Q, 1, jf-yt CLASS OF I96O I NELLIE Jo WOLFE Pike, N.Y. Food Service Administration Honor Societyg Big Sister Clubg Women's Athletic As- sociationg Glee Clubg Food Service Association, Treasurer to JAMES W. WILLIS R.D. No. 5 Ithaca, N.Y. Agricultural Production Student Councilg Bowling: Rifle and Pistol Clubg Student Christian Uniong Agri-Busi- ness Club, Reporterg Theta Gammag Intramural Sports NORMA WIXOM Trurnansburg, N.Y. Food Service Administration Student Councilg Inter-Organ- ization Councilg Big Sister Clubg Student Christian Un- iong Food Service Association LEONARD YAIKO R.D. No. 2 Clymer, N.Y. Food Processing Technology Food Preservation Associa- tiong Intramural Sports 'D YOUNG . No. 1 CODIS, N.Y. lomdtizfe Technology rmitory Councilg Automo- e Technical Societyg Intra- ral Sports JOHN YAVORNITZKI 14 West State Street Ilion, N.Y. Food Procerring Technology Dormitory Council, Head Counselorg Food Preservation Association, Presidentg Theta Gammag Intramural Sports MARK ZIMMERMAN 21-40 55th Avenue Long Island City 6, N.Y. Food Procerring Technology Food Preservation Associa- tiong Theta Gamma EDWARD ZUCHORSKI, JR. Southern Boulevard Nesconset, N.Y. H orlicultufe Newman Clubg Horticulture Club, Presidentg Theta Gam- mag Glee Clubg Intramural Sports FRESHMEN "'4"" 51132 V' -x , -fn :A ii ... . 'lf lil xfi iw xijg ,Zig .-va-Q K , 1 f ,4wf.tr:,, ,i-ff' ' -. ff rl ' : ffl' w 1 S 9.54 '-if xsiff us, ,MLN -Q-x,-4.533 In Q' 'BK ' ez, . A C ASS OFFICERS TAZE HUNTLEY Chu: Advixor OFFICERS OF THE CLASS OF 1961 Standing: Robert Duramini, Prexidemfg Noel McStay, Vice-President. Seated: Janet Bouton, S ecretaryg Patricia Baldigo, Treaxufer. Abbey, Alonzo B., Rampasture Rd., Hampton Bays, N.Y. - - - - Alter, Jack B., Madison, N .Y. -flin- .uu f- , " 1 I f 0 Afldfe, William C., 85 Fisher Rd., Rochester, N.Y. E H uv 1 t K1 3 QQ ig, " 1 Arinsen, Ann E., LaFayette, N.Y. C Arnold, James G., RD No. 3, Woods Corner, Norwich, N.Y. I , Babcock, Earl F., RFD No. l, Adams, N.Y. 5 Bailey, David C., New Street, Sterling, N.Y. i Baldigo, Patricia L., 530 Broadway, Oneida, N.Y. "' I I ' -'-1 Banzer, Alfred A., R.D. No. 1, Cobleskill, N.Y. ' ' ' s X 4, 1 . . ' b , N 1 . 1 Barbeau, Martin A., 20 Hetchelrown Rd., Scotia, N.Y. 3 , 1, v. I' yi-33 . Barbero, Joseph V., 128 W. Filbert St., E. Rochester, N.Y. H ' 1 ' i I 'f ' Barclay, James E., RD No. 2, Verona, N.Y. Ig EQ? i'X, , A -K X in l.l' 71701 Basile, Philip M., 605 E. Dominick St., Rome, N.Y. rx- ig AR . ,-fn A Bates, john S. Jr., Hyndsville, N.Y. ,1 i A .3 ,' Bauer, Donald G., 4420 Atlantic Ave, Macedon, N.Y. '-- . ' 'f " Q' "1-ff' if' EX 5. 2 4' X, 4? 'P fx :wx If Beachel, James H., 15 Elm St., Batavia, N.Y. BenEzra, Norman, 192 New Lots Ave., Brooklyn, N .Y Bean, Nancy P., Gainesville, N.Y. Billings, Roger H., 18 Main St., Walworth, N.Y. Beebe, Richard W., RFD No. 1, Camdor, N.Y. Billington, Kirke J., 85 Maywood Ave., Rochester, N.Y. 113 hall ff s '4 L7 O6 Bryant, Alice, 1285 Trurnansburg Rd,, Ithaca, N.Y. Burkert, Joan M., Watewille, N.Y. Butera, John R., 16 Morris St., Auburn, N.Y. 114 - -1- ... .Jian 5 . '11 K 5 f, K fl lx? M CLASS Blackham, john A., 16 Wildwood Trail, Riverhead, N.Y. Boehmer, Judith K., 39 Forman St., Cazenovia, N.Y. Boguski, Regina M., 7 Mill Pl., New York Mills, N.Y. Borman, Robert T., 154 W. Delavan, Buffalo, N.Y. Bounds, Rodney A., Wells Rd., Shorrsville, N.Y. Bouton, Janet R., 523 Deerhurst Blvd., Kenmore, N.Y. Bowering, Richard E., 611 Court St., Syracuse, N.Y. Briggs, LeRoy P., 100 Cork Rd., Victor, N.Y. Brokaw, David E., Star Route, Auburn, N .Y. Brothers, Constance L., RFD No. 1, West Chazy, N.Y. Brown, Clark D., Gove Lane, Jamesville, N.Y. Brown, Marlene, Brewerton Rd., RD No. 2, Clay NY Bruce, james L., 251 Main St., Worcester, N.Y. Bryan, jane E., 5 West Rd., Fabius, N.Y. Bryan, Janet L., 5 West Rd., Fabius, N.Y. V 13 e -4. ' -ar sf - f - ,A "' 1 'i 3 ' S - ' , i f L XX. Butrico, William R., 506 Blanvelt Rd., Pearl River, N.Y Calhoun, Eugene R., Box 617, Waterville, N.Y. Calhoun, Grant, Brookfield, N.Y. I96I Callison, Gordon, XX'averly, N.Y. Cantin, Thomas G., 60 E. Main St., Ontario, N.Y. Capozzi, Nicholas J., 52 Milton St., W. Seneca, N.Y. 49 Cardner, David A., 167 N. West St., Homer, N.Y. Carey, Edward F., 1116 Cannon St., Syracuse, N.Y. Carhart, john H., P.O. Box 144, Minoa, N.Y. Carley, Rita, River Rd., Port Byron, N.Y. Carney, Leslie E., Vernon Center, N.Y. Carpenter, Craig G., 119 Fairbanks Ave, Kenmore, N.Y. Carr, Donel L., 12 E. Academy St., McGraw, N.Y. Carroll, James A., RFD No. 1, LaFayette, N.Y. Chadwick, Raymond P., 119 Rugby Rd., Syracuse, N.Y. Chillson, William R., Box 5, Hannibal, N.Y. Cobb, Kenneth H., Box 74, Greene, N.Y. Compton, Barbara J., 53 Clinton Ave., Waverly, N.Y. 'HA ' Tb' -fr' ', ' .-1' 3 " . -5 I 'J ,ff . A li I , 1 V x , 1 , ' l N Compton, james F., 189 Merwin Ave., Rochester, N.Y. Cook, Donald B., R,D, No, 1, Wgtewille, N,Y, Conklin, Michael F., RD No. 1, Oneida, N.Y. Corcoran, Eugene A., North Bay, N.Y. Colin, Ronald H., 1071 Flynn Rd., Rochester, N.Y. Cotrington, John W., R.D. No. 2, Groton, N.Y. - f on ff, fin 1 , B 'Ag fx, G- U ' fm lb, ti 'J : ' arf W 110 'W' Dersh, Reinald H., 4 Edgewood Rd., Binghamton, N.Y. de Visser, John D., 150 Wendover Rd., Rochester, N.Y. DiCaterino, Michael V., 44 Steele Ave., Gloversville, N.Y. 'l'l6 had C ASS Cox, Christopher, Burton Rd., R.D. No. 3, Clay, N.Y. Crandall, Clayton S., R.D. No. 1, Cortland, N.Y. Crane, Roderick P., 14 Utica St., Hamilton, N.Y. Curren, Melvin A., R.D. No. 2, Box 101A, G Curtiss, Robert E., 75 Vernon Dr., Scarsdale, N.Y. Cymore, John P., 2 Orchard Lane, Nanuet, N.Y. D'Agostino, Richard H., 116 Seward St., Syracuse, Damon, Linda M., 103 7th St. Liverpool, N.Y. Darling, Frank C., R.D. No. 2, Wolcott, N.Y. Daugherty, John R., R.D. No. 1, Branchport, N.Y. Davidson, Bernard F., 121 Terry Rd., Syracuse, N.Y. Davis, Jean E., Sills Rd., Genoa, N.Y. Davis, Keith B., 148 Groton Ave., Cortland, N.Y. Dean, Sandra J., R.D. No. 1, Jordan, N.Y. DeLong, Carl V., E. jewett, N.Y. do ab Dilcher, Dayton D., W. Sweden Rd., Bergen, N.Y. Dilcher, Karl J., Warboys Rd., Bergen, N.Y. Dixon, joseph T. Jr., Buckley Rd., N. Syracuse, N.Y. illett, Pa N.Y. I96I Dodge, James W., R.D. No. 1, Adams, N.Y. ff' Dodson, Bonnie s., 85 Reed se., Canajoharie, N.Y. 1 44 Q-f Dodson, Connie, 83 Reed Sr., Canajoharie, N.Y. 'D Domiano, Judith A., State School, Industry, N.Y. H Q x l u i I r i f fi . Douglass, Jackson F., R.D. No. 1, Canajoharie, N.Y. Drabicki, Allen J., 40 Dayton St., Auburn, N.Y. Drisco1l,Michael 1,40 Sullivan se., Cazenovia, N.Y. 'W , Early, Claude, Sangerfield, N.Y. Eastman, William G., Star Route, Ellisburg, N.Y. ' I Eaton, Paul H., Box 107, Cincinnatus, N.Y. Eisenhut, Romey C., Fountain St., Clinton, N.Y. F Engert, George J., R.D. No. 1, Middleville Ro., Herkimer, if-4 N.Y. Epps, Earl A., R.D. No. 2, Oneonta, N.Y. 7- Ernst, James J., 65 Thorndale, W. Seneca, N.Y. Evans, Daniel G., 408 Kenwick Dr., Syracuse, N.Y. 'J '33 1 I Evans, John E., 66 Evelid Ave., Ardsley, N.Y. Figueroa, Manuel P., 46 Railroad Ave., Pearl River, N.Y. Farnsworth, John D., 1219 Lancaster Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. Fischer, Bernard C., 317 Hinchey Rd., Rochester, N.Y. Farrand, James R., 327 Buckingham Ave., Syracuse, N .Y. Fish, Carolyn R., 221 Summit Ave., Oneida, N.Y. 33 gp Q .1 ' ' 3- . P 'ZS H . ,V!i5,f.i ' . , AA: H521 ' ff A, rt W 2..ff:': f " 462253. 1 I if CLASS Fisher, Fred C., 105 Belle Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. Foote, David C., 3158 Lockport-Olcott Rd., Newfane, N.Y Ford, Bonita J., Barbara La., R.D. No. 3, Baldwinsville, N.Y. Foti, John A., 223 W. Yates St., E. Syracuse, N.Y. Fowler, Donald A., R.D. Earlville, N.Y. Frank, Bernard L., 123 W. Ostrander Ave, Syracuse, N.Y Frost, James I., 302 Decatur St., Watkins Glen, N.Y. Gasser, Gerald J., 150 Westmoreland Ave., Rochester, N.Y. Gates, Donald G., 152 Caroline Rd., Gowanda, N.Y. Gehm, Albert J., R.D. No. 3, Syracuse, N.Y. Gehring, David F., R.D. No. 2, Fulton, N.Y. Geiss, Frank J., 115 St. George Dr., Camillus, N.Y. Gil, Marie D., 27 Pioneer St., Cooperstown, N.Y. Glowacki, Barbara A., P.O. Box 165, Mottville, N.Y. G-oldsberry, Carolyn N., R. D. No. 1, Waterford, N.Y. " lc I1-gr H E 1 ,"'fJ i H I "- '. at fi' A fi A A .2 1 , rf 7.3 ' i f f V .121 I A "N - LQ Goldsmith, Paul J., 430 N. Bellinger, Herkimer, N.Y. Gollwitzer, Charles P., 2129 Long Rd., Grand Island, N.Y. Goodrich, Carman B., Erieville, N.Y. 1 18 Gormley, Edward J., Main St., Phoenicia, N.Y. Gough, William J., 125 Stroud St., Canastota, N.Y. Grandjean, James A., Star Route, Adams, N.Y. I96I Grant, Norman C., R.D. No. 2, Fulton, N.Y. Grant, Robert S., 14 William St., Mumford, N.Y. Gray, Donald T., 431 E. Main St., Batavia, N.Y. Green, Jnnn, R.D. No. 1, Alpine, N.Y. '9- Gregory, Robert J., 72 Stockton Ave., Walton, N.Y. Hackett, James P., 2211 Lyell Ave., Rochester, N.Y. Hampel, john W., 21 Grant St., Yonkers, N.Y. Hampel, Stephen F., 21 Grant St., Yonkers, N.Y. Hanchett, Alvin R., 512 Champlain Ave., Ticonderoga, N.Y. ' 4 Y -1 1 435 I -f Hand, Nancy A., 321 Hiighbridge sn, Fayetteville, N.Y. Hapke, John R. Jr., 181 E. 4th St., Oswego, N.Y. Harradine, Alfred J., 310 Hamilton St., Ogdensburg, N.Y. Harris, Roger E., 110 Forghan Rd., Rochester, N .Y. Harrison, Robert S., 264 Lettington Dr., Rochester, N.Y. Q Hatch, Lewis A. jr., Box 161A, Canaan, N.Y. "- A Fly , . f , . E n. 4 Q I 1, . M. 1, I, 53.2" P V XZ' Hnust, Louise O., R.D. No. 1, Romulus, N.Y. Henkle, Francis C., 1507 Sunset Ave., Utica, N.Y. Hawks, Mark J., R.D. No. 2, Cuba, N.Y. Higby, Gerald F., R.D. No. 3, Pulaski, N.Y. Hedlurrd, Neil D., 399 Broadhead Ave., .la1'I'1CSf0Wfl, N-Y- Hill-, Francis, 525 Ayrault Rd., Fairport, N.Y. 1 19 C ASS Hlavna, Raymond D., Youngsville, N.Y. Hodges, William E., E. State St., Sherburne, N.Y. Hollister Alan D., 368 Chestnut St., Oneonta, N.Y. Holrnes, Alan J-, Wwdchuck Rd., Fayetteville, N.Y. Houghtaling, Richard M., R.D. No. 2, Red Creek, N.Y Hoy, Nancy J., 139 Phyllis Ave., Buffalo, N.Y. Hulbert, Jerald A., R.D. No. 2, Walton, N.Y. Humphreys, Brymer G., Tibbitts Rd., New Hartford, Huth, Mark W., R.D. No. 1, New Berlin, N.Y. Ingle, john B., 41 Southern Parkway, Rochester, N.Y. Ingram, Thomas, R.D. No. 2, Chittenango, N.Y. Ives, Geoffrey, D., 102 Benedict Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. Jardine, Alan D., 124 Knickerbocker, Rochester, N.Y. Jerose, Daniel P., 107 Ford Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. Johnson, Thomas P., 53 Clinton St., Batavia, N.Y. Jones Betty L RD No 2 Kellogg St Clinton NY Kany, Joseph M., 15 Dayton St., Auburn, N.Y. Jones Dean F Box 124 Copenhagen N Y Kazlaukas, Charles M., Sherburne, N.Y. Kahler Susan J 8 Hamilton St Chadwicks N.Y KCCki50D, Vif1CCl'lf B-f R-D- NO- 1, S0dl1S, N-Y- I96I Kelly, Helen A., 538 Wcgman Rd., Rochester, N.Y Kelly, Howard F., 107 MacArthur Pl., Canastota, N.Y. Kline, Frank P. Jr., 1120 Westcott St., Syracuse, N.Y. Knight, Mary E., 424 Morris St., Ogdensburg, N.Y. Koons, Brian D., 135 Westmoreland, Whitesboro, N.Y. Kraebel, William F., 64 Chester Rd., Lynbrook, N.Y. Krenzer, john E., McIntyre Rd., Caledonia, N.Y. Kristan, Joseph P., 322 E. Elm St., E. Rochester, N.Y. Kuhn, Arnold R., Transit Rd., Albion, N.Y. LaBarbeta, Carl J., 1099 Oliver St., N. Tonawanda, N.Y. LaForce, Richard M., 29 Langford Rd., Rochester, N.Y. Lalonde, Patsy-Ann M., 208 Denny St., Ogdensburg, N.Y. Landell, Stanford jr., R.D. No. 2, Rippleton Rd., Cazenovia, N.Y. 3 Landringham, Robert G., R.D. No. 1, Madison, N.Y. LaPlante, Diana T., R.D. No. 3, Rome, N.Y. ,, an , 1 ' -4531 1 1 9 ,..., . .. . my 1 . T' -'. x.:. . s f? ,gb An n U , A 3 ,M h., i .J Q - F lv , , ,, Q I i K if A i A J 1-"iff - A ti 1? , X Lawlor, Lawrence H., 202 N. Orchard St., Watertown, N.Y. Lind, Karen M., 155 Bastian Rd., Rochester, N.Y. Lester, William A., 318 E. Florence Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. Long, James F., R.D. No. 5, Box 742, Stafford, N.Y. Lincoln, Leslie W., R.D. 1, Oriskany Falls, N.Y. LoPiccolo, Edward J., 122 Chapman Ave., Auburn, NY J if 4x j- ,g -1 , 'J O ' . I A . 4 , , ff5i'?-Mfg: ' C ASS Lynch, Kieth R., 810 Maple Ave., Niagara Falls, N.Y. MacArthur, James E., Sterling, N.Y. Marceau, Mary E., R.D. No. 2, Sacandaga Rd., Scotia, N.Y. Markowski, Charles J., R.D. No. 3, Lowville, N.Y. Marsjanik, james J., 148 Garfield Pl., Syracuse, N.Y. Masters, Roberta E., E. Lake Rd., Cleveland, N.Y. Mastrogiovanni, Joseph A., 924 Mathews Ave., Utica, N.Y Mathey, Ronald J., R.D. No. 1, Earlville, N.Y. Matthews, Elaine A., Box 76, Colton, N.Y. Maxon, Barry L., 928 Lancaster Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. McGranaghan, Dennis, 345 Broad St., Oneida, N.Y. McKendry, William R., 1238 Edgemere Dr., Rochester, McI.allen, Ronald A., R.D. No. 2, Ithaca, N.Y. McLaren, William D., 4 Main St., Marcellus, N.Y. McNeil, Robert B., R.D. No. 2, Copenhagen, N.Y. li Ni McQuatters, Linda H., 67 Harvest Dr., Rochester, N.Y. Meyer, Leon G., Sandridge Rd., Alden, N.Y. McStay, Noel H., 106 E. Heman St., E. Syracuse, N.Y. Meyer, Patricia L., 100 Tuttle Ave., Canastota, N.Y. Merchant, Henry L., 95 Park Sr., Essex Junction, Vt. MiCkCY, RHYIDOHJ F-, 44 DFS-ke Sf-, Oakfield, N-Y- 122 N Miller, Gerald M., 739 Allen Sr., Syracuse, N.Y. 4 R Milano, Nicholas J., 19 Church St., Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y. fl Miller, Marilyn R., R.D. No. 1, Johnstown, N.Y. A n 1 Miller, Roger S., R.D. No. 3, Oneonta, N.Y. Mills, Dennis A.,- 192 Hendricks Blvd., Eggertsville, N.Y. Mitchell, Roger M., 124 Winfield Dr., Syracuse, N.Y. Montal, Manual, R.D. No. 1, Sprakers, N.Y. Moore, Cora J., R.D. No. 1, Turin, N.Y. Morgans, Lynn R., Cold Spring Rd., Liberty, N.Y. Moriarty, Peter J., 17 Grover La., E.'Northport, N.Y. Morley, Gary O., R.D. No. 1, Earlville, N.Y. Mortensen, Harold R., Germantown, N.Y. f-3 . Q., S r Moscrip, Ivan C., Main St., Whitney Pt., N.Y. Qi-f i' A , Mosher, Clark 140 N. Main, Dolgeville, N.Y. ,G f - f pp, , , I Muhlig, Paul R., Cold Spring Rd., Liberty, N.Y. 1, XT? ' lr A ii , ,.q, 4777 'df' Mullaney, William F., 164 W. 3rd St-., Corning, N.Y. Murphy, James R., 68 Cream Ridge Rd., Macedon, N.Y. Mundt, Joan A., 460 Linden Ave., E. Aurora, N.Y. Nastasi, Joseph, Box 1714, Shelter Is., N.Y. Murdock, Nancy E., South SI-, Auburn, N.Y. Nesbitt, Curtis W. Jr., Meridian, N.Y. -491. J Q. ' 5 I , 1 l Q ll Patchett, Donald F., 619 Park Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. Perreault, Demerise K., 22 2nd Sr., Yorkville, N.Y. Phelps, Roger F., 12 Elm Sr., Camden, N.Y. 'I24 is ky If . ,,, 'ff , 1 'W 5 CLASS Nichols, Sandra L., R.D. No. 1, Munnsville, N.Y. Niles, Charles, G., R.D. No. 1, E. Freetown, N.Y. Norris, William J., Swan Lake, N.Y. Northrup, John M., 14 jay Sr., Cobleskill, N.Y. Nowak, William E., 8 Rutgers Pl., Scarsdale, N.Y. O'Brien, Charles T., 916 Van Rensselaer, Niagara Falls, N.Y. O'Hara, Gregory C., 917 Maryland Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. Olenski, Donald A., State Rd., Shelter Is., N.Y. . Ososki, Edward J., 109 Haywood Rd., Syracuse, N.Y. Oyer,,Bernard G., Halsey Rd., R.D. No. 1, Whitesboro, N.Y. Paine, Ronald A., Boone St., Bameveld, N.Y. Palmer, Robert E., 376 W. Clinton Sr., Elmira, N.Y. Palmer, William 11, Box 105, Brookfield, N.Y. Parks, William B., R.D. No. 1, Adams Center, N.Y. Parsels, H. Marie, Box 87, Keuka Park, N.Y. Piersmam, Terry D., Brookfield, N.Y. Pirger, Stephen R., 22 High Sr., Monroe, N.Y. Plow, Edward W. Jr., 200 Pinecrest Dr., Rochester, N.Y rp 1, Padulo, Joseph B., 291 Lyell Ave.. Rochester, N.Y. Potter, Charles M., 30 Country Club Rd., Oneonta, N.Y. Powell, james H., 18 Northern Blvd., Batavia, N.Y. Powers, Patricia, 718 Varick St., Utica, N.Y. l ,1 Pray, Lee W., R.D. No. l, Waterville, N.Y. Pritchard, Judy A., 224 Academy St., Boonville, N.Y. Prouty, Thomas K., R.D. No. 2, Mannsville, N.Y. X la Przybysz, Gerald F., 74 Cramer St., N. Tonawanda, N.Y. 1.9- Pullano, joseph V., 215 E. Chestnut St., E. Rochester, N.Y. fvzif A""" Raffan, Richard A., 711 N. Brandywine Ave., Schenectady N.Y. -' ll ' Raso, Paul C., 170 Old Tappan Rd., Tappan, N.Y. -Q. . J Rebe, Janet L., Boonville, N.Y. A Reed, Richard E., 515 Columbus Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. i ,ln-' Reich, Robert F., Lake Mombasha Farm, Southfields, N.Y. 'F Q- V Relyea, Ross F., Chitrenango Station, N.Y. , L -' 7 ,av 'FA 'lf Reverte, Rodney J., 507 Roberts St., Rome, N.Y. Rightmyer, Bruce G., 1729 Slaterville Rd., Ithaca, N.Y. Reyngldg, Norman C., Joi-dan, N-Y. Rightmyer, Harold E., 520 Augustine St., Rochester, N.Y. Richard, C, Curtis, 89 Qaklaiid Rd., Williamsville, NIY' Robinson, Maureen A., 243 Roberts Rd., Sauquoit, N.Y. Roche, Kenneth B., 6 Homeland Rd., N. Syracuse, N.Y. Romano, Daniel P., 191 W. Fulton, Gloversville, N.Y. Rosa, Eugene A., 370 W. Commercial, E. Rochester, N .Y. l f"". Q Rowcliffe, Gerald C., 29 S. Main St., Elba, N.Y. ...p h Rowell, Curtis E., 15 Devonshire Dr., Penfield, N,Y. I , gl , . Sarnmons, Richard M., R.D. No. 1, Johnstown, N.Y. Q 1 , 3 - C: Sattler, Lawrence E., Chestnut Ridge Rd., Chittenango, N.Y A 3 Q Sawyer, JoAnn, 35 Miller St., Cortland, N.Y. U X, Vi 1 A 7 Schlossberg, Charles S., 1310 Madison St., Syracuse, N.Y. 1 ,YJ Y A Q fl .f T V ,,,-- Scott, Bruce E., R.D. No. 1, Auburn, N.Y. - Schuelke, Melvin I., Caughdeney Rd., R.D. No, 1, Brewerton fa- it , , j, t N.Y. JA ,J Scott, Bradley E., R.D. No. 3, Walton, N.Y. , , 1 I 4' X f Seaman, Stephen A. Norway Rd., Kendall, N.Y. ' - Seamans, Phillip A., 213 Yates Pl., Chittenango, N.Y. f' 5 Sears, Lawrence F., I5 N. State St., Ripley, N.Y. I A. R Qi P. usa f . "1 'fi pw' 1-5. 4 A. X F +V S' Sedota, John G., 40 Newton St., Fredmlia, NIYI Sherlock, Stephen B., 409 N. Highland Ave., E. Syracuse, N.Y. Seyforth, Paul D., 15 Roy Pl., Valhalla, N.Y. Sickmon, Robert F., 8 Grove St., Tully, N.Y. Sheecly, Joan M., 441 Earl Ave., Oneida, N.Y. Smlthf Cecil E-v Franklin: N-Y- 126 s Smith, Donald R., ,320 W, State, Johnstown, N.Y. Smith, G-ale A., 47 High St., Brockport, N.Y. Smith, Jerry W., Box 131, Truxton, N.Y. Smith, John J., Box 582, Hampton Bays, N.Y. 3 Q 3' Smith, Robert S., 96 Seneca Ave., Oneida Castle, N.Y. I Smith, Roger J., Vaughn St., E. Concord, N.Y. Southwick, Lee H., R.D. No. 1, Cazenovia, N.Y. EX -7:1 'Lf Standford, Charles S., R.D. No. 2, Cazenovia, N.Y. "' ','. V Staple, jerine L., R.D., No. 1, Rome, N.Y. Stark, john W., N. Division St., Collins Center, N.Y. I lg,- Steck, Louis A., 116 E. Falconer St., Falconer, N.Y. Steinbach, Richard C., 210 Lillian Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. K .-ri S Sternberg, Richard W., East St., Newport, N.Y. ga K sfeubef, Carl H., 115 Beverly Rd., Montclair, NJ. '- Stocking, David H., 36 Church St., Richfield Springs, N.Y. , We F -'Er :ffl "' IH ' af .F '2 - "fi V 'A K , -6 ' U. fl?-g5:i'.i '1..:2gN2-bg 01.9 'fr ,f if ...ii Stoffel, Gerald C., R.D. No. 1, Lowville, N.Y. 53008, David R-. 312 MCHJOI1 Rd-, PiffSf01'd, N-Y- Stone, Timothy W., 232 Hillsdale Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. Sullivan, JKIHCS A-, 64 Highland AVE-. Florida, N.Y- Stoneham, Jeffrey R., 184 Wildwood Dr., Rochester, N.Y. Sweet, Marian L., R.D. No. 2, New Berlin, N.Y. 127 an I '- y , Taylor, David L., 850 Floral Ave., Elizabeth, NJ. Talcott, Lucille B., New Berlin, N .Y. ' Theroux, Edward A., 424 7th Ave., Watervliet, N .Y. 1 ' I . an Thompson, Shirley A., 707 Cayuga St., Fulton, N.Y. Todd, Sandra, 548 Seneca St., Oneida, N.Y. 'FB' . Toth, William T., 185 E. Frontier, Blasdell, N.Y. Totten, Neal J., Holley Rd., Byron, N.Y. Towles, Francis D. R.D. No. 4, Lamb Rd., Pulaski, 'Mg' Tuller, David A., 41 Falconer St., Frewsburg, N.Y. if V, 5, r Q Tuttle, Charles W., R.D. No. 1, Manlius, N.Y. ' Tuzzolo, Louis R., 17 Beech St., Bay Shore, N.Y. Unger, Robert E., 446 Roy St., W. Hempstead, N.Y. Usher, Richard R., R.D. No. 1, Earlville, N.Y. 1 , 'J is Van Beuren, Martin, Linden Ave., Middletown, N.Y. Wallace, Edward E. jr., 103 E. Chapel St., Canastota, if N N +-. CSX Walter, Paul A., 118 Kircher Park., Webster, N.Y. Warren, Norman T., Church St., Hermon, N.Y. Ward, John P., Alpine, N.Y. Wasmund, Sandra E., 780 Clark St., Hamburg, N.Y. Warren, james H., Breezedale Dr., Averill Park, N.Y. Waterman, Kenneth A., 16 Clinton' St., Clarks Mills, N.Y. 1428 Weaver, Charles E., Creamery Rd., Bergen, N.Y. Weaver, Dawn K., R.D., Silver Springs, N.Y. Weidman, Bruce M,, 8 Wellington Rd., Scotia, N.Y. 1, r Q H?" I! w Q I N -if 1 ii 'J LQJ lx-'fi' f-:I wa' ! 'tt' Whaley, Floyd C., 113 Hulbert Sr., Minoa, N.Y.' Wheeler, George T., 175 Selye Terrace, Rochester, N.Y. White, Robert W., 8 Parkwood Dr., E. Syracuse, N.Y. Winterhalter, Roger J., 5 Greenwich St., Belmont, N.Y. Woltman, Edward F., S9 Rodney Place, Rockville Centre, N.Y. Woodruff, William G., 118 Utica Rd., Clinton, N.Y. Welch, Catherine J., 6 Webster St., Little Falls, N.Y. Wenfriqk, Bruce E., 26 Beechwood Rd., New Hartford, N.Y. Wetherbee, James S. Jr., R.D. No. 4, Albion, N.Y. 8 ul ,sl " " '. so ' -.pf la.. I-Q4 vez? X Williams, Bernard G., 2 Albright Place, Delmar, N.Y. Williams, Earle F., 7 Liberty Sr., Cazenovia, N.Y. Williamson, Dolores A., R.D. No. 2, Clay, N.Y. Worden, Roy A., Box 155, White Sulphur Springs, N.Y. Wright, james R., P.O. Box 97, New Woodstock, N.Y. Yager, Louis H., Sorbrook Dr., Baldwinsville, N.Y. FRE HME WITHCDUT PICTURE Burns, Ronald W., 532 Eaton Rd., Rochester, N.Y. Collins, Michael F., 216 Pattison St., Syracuse, N.Y. Cook, LeRoy'1-l., R.D. No. 2, Greene, N.Y. Coyne, james P., 5 Park St., Marcellus, N.Y. Coyne, Robert M., 3 Park St., Marcellus, N.Y. Crump, Williiim R., 27 jay St., Gloversville, N.Y. Curley, Richard J., R.D. 2, Greene, N.Y. Davies, Stanton, 115 Croly St., Syracuse, N.Y. Demarest, Richard J., Port St., Pulaski, N.Y. Dennis, Paul L., 56 Spring St., Geneva, N.Y. Drumm, Woodrow W., R.D,, No. 2, Canajoharie, N.Y. Durantini, Robert J., 201 Bennett St., E. Syracuse, N.Y. Emmert, Willard L., 429 Valley Dr., Syracuse, N.Y. Fremmer, Robert j., 272 W. Fulton St., Gloversville, N,Y. Graham, C. Charles, R.D., Fort Plain, N.Y. Kamak, john M., 301 Tioga St., Syracuse, N.Y. Keib, Neil F., 157 Trinity Ave., Lowville, N.Y. Kelly, Larry E., Main St., Morrisville, N.Y. Keys, Richard, A., 319 Cortland Ave., Syracuse, N.Y. Kreamer, Donald F., 44 High St., Corning, N.Y. McCarthy, Thomas E., 310 Schuyler St., Syracuse, N.Y. Mogilewski, Anthony J., 1405 Niagara St., Niagara Falls, N.Y Nemeth, Andras G., Wassaic State School, Wassaic, N.Y. Nunmaker, Thomas A., 5 Wilkin Ave., Middletown, N.Y. Orlando, Joseph C., 178 Fargo Ave., Buffalo, N.Y. Perkins, Dale C., R.D. No. 1,Burlington Flats, N.Y. Pickett, Donald L., R.D. No. 1, Cobleskill, N.Y, Pushlar, Paul V., R.D. No. 1, Cazenovia, N.Y. Rainer, Paul W., Piffard, N.Y. Rountree, David W., 10 Irving Parkway, Oakfield, N.Y. Smith, David C., 31 West Madison Ave., Johnstown, N.Y. Spaulding, George W., DeRuyter, N .Y. Tausend, John O., 1819 Butternut St., Syracuse, N.Y. Van Scoy, George L., 88 St., Stephens Lane W., Scotia, N.Y. i V 4 'la QT 'Gb Af-fs' '22, ,,- V ' , ' A ,A. Y. 1, 15" 'ff 'A fx , 'Q "- Wu 4-5' i " I 1 ,' 5 ,,f V 3, -' is ' J fl ,lr Pa' 145 I 4, Wlzqt Ill thc world IS th1s7" ff: 13' ' 1. " 5 N Campaigning. X u S 3 v ' 1' N , . I 1 itll , " v.', WP I N V pw H 1 , PRACTICAL NURSES 134 6' Mrs. Dorothy Fearon has been in charge of the Practical Nurse's Course at Morrisville for four- teen years. During that time the enrollment has reached an all time high of forty eight. Mrs. Marilyn Fuess has been assisting with the Practical Nurse program for the past year. """"i""H'l Umm., . . , .,. . . . , ,,-.- " .,- --' . 1, , . - L. . .,, -. .uv ' - ., . '. ..... -......- WH The Cortland County Memorial Hospital where the nurses spend a six months training period after completing their course at Morrisville. PHYLLIS BOLSTER Box 366 Fultonville, N. Y. White Capsg Student Christian Uniong Chorus IQ TONI BRADT 824 Maple Avenue Niagara Falls, N. Y. White Caps, Vice-Presidentg Chorusg Women's Athletic Assocation 'Z'- MARIANNE BREIER 204 South I-luxley Drive Buffalo 25, N. Y. White Capsg Newman Club LIRSES SHERRY BREWER 127 Kearney Avenue Liverpool, N. Y. White Caps, Treasurerg Women's Ath- letic Associationg Student Christian Union , . -iv Av, is ',.-' - f Y A1 A ,..f'? di! MARY ALICE BRUNNER 55 Temple Street Portville, N. Y. White Capsg Women's Athletic Associa- tion 217' 'T' CATHERINE BUCHANAN 73 Briar Cliffe Road Buffalo 25, N. Y. White Caps. GRACE COLLINS 25 West Academy Street Albion, N. Y. White Caps, Social Chairman LINNIE COOK Poolville Road Earlville, N. Y. White Caps PATRICIA COTTRELL 6 Greenbush Street Cortland, N. Y. Student Christian Uniong White Capsg Glee Clubg Ski Club -be -we KATHERINE DAVIS 176 Park Avenue Saranac Lake, N. Y. White Caps CYNTHIA DAY 505 West Street East Syracuse, N. Y. Student Christian Uniong White Caps 136 PRACTICAL NANCY DEN BLEYKER 407 East-Irving Street East Syracuse, N. Y. Newman Clubg White Caps .3 xx? FRANCES DUFFY 118 Clinton Avenue Cortland, N. Y. Student Christian Uniong White Caps GLORIA DYE New Berlin, N. Y. White Caps JULIE EMM York Street Cortland, N. Y. White Cztpsg Women's Athletic Associa- tion ROSANNE EVANS jordan Road Mottville, N. Y. White Caps BARBARA GATES 9 Highland Avenue McGraw, N. Y. White Caps MARIE DOLORES GIL 27 Pioneer Street Cooperstown, N. Y. White Caps, Presidentg Cheerleadingg Womens Athletic Association 'Z SHEILA GRAY 9539 Champlain Avenue Niagara Falls, N. Y. White Caps, Chorusg Women's Athletic Association URSES M. LORAINE HARRINGTON 139 Port Watson Cortland, N. Y. White Caps, Presidentg Newman Clubg Glee Club, Ski Club C31 JUDITH HOLMES 561 Escarpment Drive Lewiston, N. Y. White Caps C-179 DONNA JESTER Meridale, N. Y. White Caps, Student Christian Union HOPE MELONIE JOHNSON 56 Elmwood Avenue Falconer, N. Y. White Caps, Social Chairman ,ag is JUNE KEHOE South Salem, N. Y. Student Christian Uniong White Caps 137 IWW PATRICIA KRUWEL 35 Hayden Street Buffalo, N. Y. White Caps, Newman Club ,FE JUNE MILLER 2727 Troy Road Schenectady, N. Y. White Caps CORA JANE MOORE R.D. No. 1 Turin, N. Y. White Capsg Student Christian Union 138 PRACTICAL MARGARET MORGAN 55 Parker Avenue Cortland, N. Y. White Caps ROXANN MULLIN 120 Park Street Canandaigua, N. Y. White Caps, Women's Athletic Associa- tion 'li ADA MUSK R.D. No. 3 New Berlin, N. Y. White Capsg Chorus CAROL ANN NEIDL 1400 Franklyn Street Rome, N. Y. White Caps RUTH OWENS Box 37 Morrisville, N. Y. White Capsg Student Christian Union PATRICIA PARKER A ' X-wr' R.D. No. 2 Cortland, N. Y. White Capsg Glee Club 6 LIRSES SHIRLEY RUSSELL R.D. No. 4 Cortland, N. Y. White Capsg Chorusg Women's Athletic Associationg Student Christian Union SHEILA RYAN , 1 R.D. No. 2 Homer, N. Y. E ,Q White Capsg Newman Club ff' -fel' , -rfjfff BONNIE MAE POLEY North Branch, N. Y. White Capsg Glee C ?- -'FQ A 4' -- , MARGARET RYAN 119 South Lincoln Avenue Orchard Park, N. Y. I White Caps f J SANDRA REESE Earlville, N. Y. White Capsg Chorusg Association 435' BARBARA SADAK 61 Hancock Street lub Little Falls, N. Y. White Caps W BONITA SAMSON Kinney Gulf Road Women's Athletic Cortland, N. Y. White Caps 'I39 xzix l 1 - . is .V , L ' SHERILL SHUTT Lima, N. Y. White Capsg Student Christian Uniong Glee Club '61, SHARON SNYDER R.D. No. 5 Lowville, N. Y. White Capsg Newman Club 051'-i 5 CHRISTINE STINGEL R.D. NO. 1 South Salem, N. Y. White Caps, Vice-Presidentg Student Christian Uniong Glee Clubg Ski Club URSES MARY SWEETING 103 North Fulton Street Auburn, N. Y. White Capsg Chorus . . in A BARBARA TUCKER Peterboro, N. Y. White Caps, Secretaryg Women's Ath- letic Associationg Chorus UN KAY VAN DENBURG Tully. N. Y. White Capsg Student Christian Uniong Glee Clubg Ski Club 'C' 'wr PAT VAN ETTEN Lexington, N. Y. White Capsg Women's Athletic Associa- tiong Student Christian Union I ESTHER WHITTAKER R.D. No, l Greene, N. Y. Wliite Capsg Student Christian Uniong Glee Club J I . , cv 1 r I ' 'Q f Firtr Rauf: L. Harrington, B. Samson, C. Neidl, J. Miller, C. Day, G. Dye, M. Morgan, M. Ryan. Second Row: S. Shutr, R. Evans, B. Gates, K. Davis, M. johnson, F. Duffy, B. Poley. Third Row: N. DcnBleyker, J. Kehoe, P. Parker, P. Cottrell, C. Stingel, K. Van Denburg, E. Whittaker. WHITE CAPS Q :C 5 'H-.2 QL' .I yk X Firtl Rmr: S. Reese, M. Brunner, B. Sarlak, -I. Holmes, J. Emm, P. Van Etten, S. Brewer, R. Mullin. SUCUIIIJ Rmw: L. Cook, S. Gray, C. Moore, B. Tucker, P. Bolster, D. Jester, M. Breier, M. Swccting, A. Musk. 'flvirrl Rrur: D. Gil, G. Collins, S. Russell, P. Kruwcl, T. Bratlt, S. Ryan, S. Snytlcr. uw 4 . M34 N- W w 5. 10 wifi ,ug ACTIVITIES FACU LTY-STU DE T ASSOCIATION The Faculty-Student Association at Morrisville is Y IL-5 5 a non-profit corporation chartered by the State of X ...li in 1 New York to conduct non-profit enterprises of bene- fit to students, faculty, and alumni of the Institute. The Association is composed of faculty members and students who act as a Board of Directors to operate the activities sponsored by the Association. The principal activities sponsored are the Cam- pus Store, the Snack Bar, and the Student Union Recreation Room. OFFICERS: G. Metzler, Vice Pre.rir1ent,' W. Houghton, Treamrerf J. Blackley, Secremryg J. Stewart, President. A faculty meeting in Madison Hall. Standing: J. Stewart. Seated: W. Houghton, F. Leaden, j. Blackley, B. Durantini, L. Fetcho. 144 All students who maintain an average of 8596 or better for one semester, who do not fail any course, and who receive a majority vote of the Society are invited to join the M.A.T.1. Scholastic Honor Society. Any member who fails to maintain the minimum average for one semes- ter is placed on probation for the following semester. The purpose of the Society is to promote scholastic achievement in themselves and their fellow students. Meetings are held at the discretion of the President at least once every semester. A key along with a band of blue and gold is worn by each member of the Society at graduation as a means of special recognition. Members also receive a certificate indicating their membership in good standing and the fact is recorded in their permanent Institute records. H0 CR SOCIETY OFFICERS: From Row: J. Eibert, Secretary-Treamrer, R. Aschmotar, President. Second Ro-zu: Mr. Blixr, Ad- 11i.r0r,' J. Hover, Vice - Prerident. -....-- .. 32 4611.1 .Q M A if Q ,,4.J 3 12f"" 5.18 - ' Fin! Row: S. Tollerup, L. Morse, J. Wolfe, P. Tuzzo, Mr. Blixt, J. Buck, J. Eibert. Second Row: J. Hover, R. Aschmozat, J. Galbreath, G. Dorrance, E. Maiellaro, G. Kimber, W. Payette, D. Clark. Third Row: A. Fraenclcel, R. Munch. 145 First Row: K. Attle, Mr. Paul Mockovak, J. MacArthur, V. Keckison, C. Langdon, M. Figueroa, L. Schweizer, T. Ingram, M. Barbeau, M. Berg, J. Burns, J. Paddock, T. Malone, M. Boozel, D. Egli, D. Bruno, J. Sedota, A. Jardine, R. Worden. Second Row: D. Regent, J. Mundt, D. Williams, J. Rebe, J. Compton, D. Weaver, B. Poley, P. Powers, R. Hughes, I. McGrath, P. Cottrell, C. Stingel, Mr. Earl George. Third Row: J. Buck, S. Werner, S. Fullenweider, S. Rutledge, N. Hand, M. Brown, J. Bryan, M. Miller, J. Sheedy, L. McKelvie, D. Holclridge, A. Buchmeier, N. Atwater, M. Robinson. MIXED CHORUS The chorus was organized under the direction of Mr. Earl George from Syracuse University. The students gave a Christmas concert and are planning another program in the spring. 0 l C 1 'lie 'Nr S G Judy Domiano and Joyce Buck read inspirational articles The chorus during their Christmas Program at the Christmas Program. 146 Fin! Row: P. Tuzzo, J. Elbert, S. Eaves, L. Morse, D. Walters, H. Loveland, N. Atwater. Second Row: M. Dever, E. Bowers, E. Grala, P. Barkley, B. Moon, S. Werner. ARCADIA STAFF Each division on campus is represented on the Arcadian Staff by interested Seniors who volunteer their services. The yearbook is financed by funds appropriated by the Student Council our of Student fees and by money contributed by sponsors for advertisements. Mr. Arthur Hicks is advisor, as well as photographer, and Mr. Paul Mockovak is literary advisor. , 1-1 Pat Tuzzo presenting last year's First Place award from Our advisors, Mr.,Hicks and Mr. Mockovak Columbia Scholastic Press Association to Mr. Whipple. ...J 'I47 BIG 'L' CD -I FH 70 Cl? lgtllluullllh' 1 LUB 1 A-4 Dormitory life at Helyar Ha The Big Sisters Club is composed of all the Senior women at Morrisville. It is an organization designed to help achieve general harmony among the residents of Helyar Hall. Each Senior has one or more Freshman women whom she helps orient to college life. In this capacity, the Seniors strive to make their Little Sisters' adjustment pleasant. Mrs. Ruth McCabe, Helyar Hall Housemother, is the C1ub's advisor. " . 'V . .A . NPMP. :ii me Q 1 3 XL All ,,, Fin! Row: N. Dowd, D. Walters, S. Fullenweider, D. Holdriclge, P. Currie, L. McKelvie, I. McGrath, J. Wolfe. Second Row: N. Atwater, L. Morse, H. Loveland, S. Eaves, P. Barkley, 1. Elbert, N. Wixom, D. Lernley, M. Dever, S. Werner, P. Tuzzo. Third Row: J. Foote, R. Slocum, D. Regent. , ,J n . se . 'ff t , ,i 1, Q I, T: J . 4 . - . HL, , . . . . .. f P14 ' . T 3 -re 1 :L fs r ' '. -, -Q-.' -H. "3l"". 1 ,V A u A tis" FSF!! as ,M Seated: Mrs. McCabe, Mary jane Dever, Sandy Werner, Sally Eaves. Standing: Donna Regent, janet Elbert, Patricia Currie, Sylvia Fullenweider. B. Davidson, Mr. Griffiths, G. Rose DORM CGUNCILS The Helyat Hall Dormitory Council consists of Senior Women dormitory residents who are elected by the other women residents and the house- mother, Mrs. Ruth McCabe. There are two women from each division, except Horticulture which has one representative. The Council enforces Hostess, Kitchen, and Laundry rules, and also hears complaints and deter- mines the punishment for any infraction of these rules. The duties of a Brooks Hall counselor consist primarily of keeping order on his appointed floor. Each counselor has the authority to remove any person from his floor guilty of violating a dorm regulation for a period of up to one week. One counselor has the duty of delivering the mail to each room daily. The East Hall Dormitory Council consists of the housefather, Calvin Dunkle, assisted by six senior students acting in honorary capacity as coun- selors. These students, selected by the housefather according to leadership and ability, help in main- taining harmony and order among the twenty-five students under each counselor's jurisdiction. Seated: Mr. Dunkle, B. Norton, R. Van Derwerker. Standing: R. Young, J. Sedota, D. Egli. 149 Ali 1' First Row: Mrs. Stevens, J. Riegert, G. Callison, D. Taylor, T. Ingram, R. Raffan, L. Morse, I. McGrath. Second Row: J. Bryant, S. Koehler, C. Moore, J. Burkett, S. Thompson, J. Davis, S. Dean, R. Owens, M. Dever, L. McQuatters, S. Wasmund, H. Kelly. Third Row: P. Fales, N. Wixom, S. Werner, L. McKelvie, J. Buck, K. Van Denburg, P. Parker, J. Kehoe, E. Whittaker, C. Stingel, K. Cottrell, J. Byran, M. Parsels, R. Slocum, J. Smith. The Student Christian Union is a national organization in which membership is open to all faiths. Its purpose is to exchange ideas and to pro- mote Christian fellowship among the students on f- campus. The students meet each week to have discussions, song fests, speakers, movies, and other programs. Mrs. Virginia Stevens is the advisor. I ,af 'U W P ,..,-L-f",' OFFICERS: Sealed: M. Dever, Program Clyahmang J. Buck, Vice-President, P. Fales, President. Standing: Mrs. Stevens, Advisory I. McGrath, Trearurery S. Werner, Secretary. TUDE CHRISTIAN A Candlelight Service 150 UNIO I .QL - ., 1 lf, .4 . 5-x 1- 1 Q mv! 1 ,i y R. .?I. .I 1 rx-... r .1 Fiflf Row: B. Davidson, N. Hand, J. Domiano, L. Jaquin, J. Dwyer, L. Damon, B. Sledzieski, E. Zuchorski. Second Row: M. Berg, J. O'Leary, T. Flynn, J. Arnold, J. Dixon, E. Mathews, K. Welch. Third Row: B. Williams, B.-Fountain. T. Polacseck. The Newman Club, the Catholic organization here at Morrisville, helps its members keep their faith strong and vital. Meetings are held every Tuesday night and its members participate in many activities on campus. Newman Club had an intramural basketball team, held their annual Halloween Dance and participated in many Winter Carnival eventsp OFFICERS: Seated: Mr. Devenyg J. Dorniano, Vice- Preridentf L. Jaquin, President. Standing: J. Dwyer, Treruufer. f, . ...Xi 1 ' ak . St. Joan Of Arc Church. EWMA U .r lx 151 l LABORATORY et - v K q. - ,--v ,Q I.. ,' ' ' ,n, 1' ff.. -' aff., ..f- ff ' ..-W .lf ,- , Y '.t1g.KQ.4E f ' t . dl- - S I A R A.i'3r1?is-lil? ,W 1- . 1 l i aa I l R573 -2 2 air ' ' I I ' S' VF ,4 a ' -1 ' 'A' . , ,-.7 W 4 fl N - If FU- it . 11' ' - 7 . 4 ,LW 3' A-L --1,-f W V , nr . ff' i- 1.1" A- ' 4 1 ii W1 f '- ftftl' "gig . ,Wg K --ji' ' 5? A ..' ff' 'I 'Q-wi 'f"3I ' - ,Q ,. M 'xx' i ' f . . i ea -i "'i"i'.9 ' A .-,ei Fi' -. . 1' tip "' '- . 1-sf f. '?' if-.. .- ' A " , 45- '-A' H, -5.--i f-4-'Seq 1. M 1 .1-75: - ., Qin. ,fiiii 1' "li-535 L. ' if 'Q A- e 'A 'fu 09' 2,-., .J " "Ill 'fn A L, I-'u-'rm' NJA! V S"-liz., fell'-:r i - 4 4. . f':.-- ' r ' I I 'yy-F Y I ,. X. . ' ' L' ' :- ' A',,:,Wg' 3 ' ' -11' A -' - . ' 'L f f: 1 " A A 1--.f. J ' nf Jra Nr? ' fu '- A U E OFFICERS: Seated: S. Fullenweider, Pferidentf D. Holdridge, Secrelary. Standing: S. Rutledge, Treasurer, J. Campbell, Vice-Prefident. The meetings of the Laboratory Technology Seminar are conducted once a month, at which time Senior students are scheduled to deliver research papers on topics that are related to either the chem- ical or biological sciences. One semester hour credit is given to students upon completion of a satis- factory term paper. The club won second prize for its float in Our first place winner in the snow sculpturingllll the Alumni Weekend parade and received first place for its snow sculpture in Winter Carnival as well as a trophy for second place in Winter Carn- ival. A successful "Sock Hop" was also held. In the future, the Seminar hopes to maintain its high scholastic standing as well as participate in social functions as a group. url Fzrrt Row: B. Ford, R. McNeil, J. Lee, G. Stoffel, M. Brown, G. Van Scoy, J. Foote, D. Hold- ridge, J. Campbell, R. Revette. Second Row: M. Marceau, A. Harradine, P. Powers, G. Smith, D. Williamson, M. Montel, P. Basile, J. Whitbourne, J. Douglass, S. Rutledge, P. Raso, C. Welch, S. Werner. Third Row: T. Ingram, M. Knight, P. Lalonde, K. Derby, C. Brothers, C. Kazlaukas, L. Sears, M. Barbeau, J. Sedota, S. Fullenvveider. 152 AGRI-BUSINESS Alumni Week - End Float The Agri-Business Club, started in 1957, is open to any Agricultural student who wishes to join. The club's basic interest is in sponsoring projects to better the campus by serving the student body as a whole. The club advisor is Mr. Frederick Fuess, who has helped greatly by providing many interesting ideas for club projects and for its activities. ' This year the club sponsored its second annual usd Our club made money with a milk vending machine square dance, which they called, "The Superstition Stomp," and more recently an assembly program, "I Lift My Lamp" a pageant, directed by Dr. James B. Hatch. This year, also, the theme selected for Winter Carnival, "Winter Fantasy" was submitted by Agri-Business. The club hopes to increase and vary its activ- ities year by year to become even more prominent on campus. First Raw: Mr. Fuess, J. Corrington, B. Humpherys, D. Bauer, L. Humphrey, E. Stanton, D. Trickler, N. Lord, W. Haldenwang, R. Mathey. Second Row: E. Hampel, W. Jones, R. Billings, G. Morley, M. Persons, J. Myers, J. Matthews, F. Beach, C. Neureuther. T bird Row: E. Calhoun, J. Frost, G. Willsey, B. Koons, J. Willis, R. Munch, A. Ives, B. Schader, J. Agne, K. Attle. T"'.i,jb-K1 First Row: D. Moran, M. J. Dever, J. Kenney, L. Morse, E. Zuchorski, S. Nichols, R. Moorehead. Second Row: W. Sheehan, J. Kumpf, D. Hampel, W. Woodrliff, 1. Crompton, R. Underwood, G. Lake. Third Row: D. Olenski, S. Landell, K. Waterman, 1. Marsjanik, J. De Visser. HORTICULTURE CLUB WWA. OFFICERS: J. Kenney, Vice-Prerident, L. Seniors in the greenhouse, inspecting their crop Morse Secretaryf E. Zuchorski, President, R. of Pom-Poms. Underwood, Trearurer. The Horticulture Club was established to pro- vide the Floriculture students and other interested students on campus with practical experiences work- ing with flowers. It also provides'for social and business meetings featuring guests speakers in the field. The club started out this year with a large flower show in the gymnasium and a dance following. Under the leadership of their two advisors, Mr. Arthur Hicks and Mr. John Haight, the members of the club are usually responsible for the cotsages and decorations at the several dances and social nights during the year. The Horticulture Club took a very active interest in activities on the campus this year. They helped decorate the campus for the Christmas season and built a snow sculpture during Winter Carnival. The Club was indeed proud this year when its suggested theme "Muskets to Missiles" was selected for Alumni Weekend. Firrt Row: J. Elbert, J. Dwyer, J. DeDio, J. Monachino, J. Kristan, J. Smith, SL Eaves, P. Baldigo, J.'Sheedy, Miss Duga. Second Row: H. Loveland, P. Barkley, J. Paddock, J. Compton, J. Mundt, J. MacArthur, L. Fetcho, B. O'Connor, B. Duranrini, R. Hepfner, J. Rebe. Third Row: N. Mc- Stay, G. Rosa, R. Boguski, J. Sawyer, L. Damon, D. Perreaulr, P. Tuzzo. BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY LUB Seated. P. Barkley, Secretary, I. President. Standing: J. Paddock, Ser- -at-Arm.r,' Miss Duga, Azluirorf J. DeDlo, Preridentg P. Tuzzo, Treamrer. The Business Technology Club is under the supervision of Miss Beverly Duga. Each year they sponsor their annual "'Melody Quiz," program and have a picnic for the members and their friends. In the spring the club also plans on having a Fair in which the whole campus is invited to participate. Alumni Float fi vl tillh 46 -.la Q Fin! Row: W. Sledzieski, M. Klowski, N. Knapp, Mr. Olmstead, J. Yavornitski, T. Polacsek M. Zimmerman, D. Dilcher. Second Row: C. Searles, J. Beachel, T. Malone, J. Kuhn, J. Powell D. Gray, R. Mickey, C. Steuber, P. Eaton, R. Demarest, K. Dilcher, A. Lockley. Third Row: N gawksilj. O'Leary, R. Sternberg, E. LoPiccolo, L. Carney. N. Ben Ezra, A. Horrocks, J. Galbreath . Ias er. Discussion in the lab. The Food Preservation Association is an organization composed of the students taking Food Processing Technology. The F.P.A. was originally organized for the purpose of better acquainting its members with the problems they will have to face after graduation. The F.P.A. is active in many activities on campus. It holds dinners prepared by the members and also has an annual cider sale. F.P.A. is always represented in the Winter Carnival and usually sponsors a dance during the year. 11-m, At meetings, members participate in discussion on the types of occupations available and study various aspects of a particular job. Mr. Glenn Olmstead is the Club's advisor. 'I56 PRESERVATIO ASSOCIATIO Operating machines in the Foods Lab Third Row: R. Reff, D. Mills, C. Nourse, J. Baldwin, M. Fitzgerald, A. Fraenckel, L. Schweizer, R. McI.allen, J. Burns. Second Row: W. Massey, M. Berg, J. Longwell, J. Flurnmerfelt, R. Phillips, F. Sabatino, J. Hover, R. Dersh, E. Maiellaro, R. Keefe. Firxt Row: S. Link, R. Taylor, R. Bounds, J. Lapp, J. Stoneham, J. Gilson, J. Butera, R. Reitze, D. Evans, J. Blackham. UTOMOTIVE TECHNICAL SOCIETY Automotive Technology students automatically ecome members of A.T.S. This organization partici- ates in many campus activities. A.T.S. exists mainly o bring its members into contact with the latest information available on the automotive Motors presents the Auto Techs with a new motor transmission for Lab work. OFFICERS: Standing: J. Hover, Secretafyg I. Longwell Treasurer. Seated: J. Flurnmerfelt, Presidentj J. Lapp Advisory J. Gilson, Vice- Pferidem. OFFICERS: Sealed: C. Watkins, Preridentg T. Stone, Vice-Presidentf R. Mack, Secretary. Standing: J. Wright, Trearurerg Mr. McKee, Advisor. INSTRUME T SCDCIETY OF AMERICA The Instrument Society of America is a national organization composed of more than 10,000 members located throughout the United States and Canada. I.S.A.participates in many activities on campus and took an active part in the Winter Carnival. Mr. McKee is the club's advisor. . Y, ,. 1 ,4 '39 '- ,.. 5:6 -'T ,,,,,4ns' 11 ig 6 , .. li First Row: Mr. McKee, R. Granger, C. Watkins, D. Romano, B. Palmer, C. Myer. Second Row: R. Mack, E. Grala, T. Wheeler, B. Frak, B. Martus, R. Landringham, J. Wright. Third Row: R. Sellers, A. Antonelli, T. Stone, C. Standford, P. Dennis. 158 RIFLE A D PISTOL CLUB . ,', RIFLE I L. R. Crane, Coachf E. Stanton, B. Humphreys, R. McLallen, D. J. Blackham. Sealed: T. Phillips, N. BenEzra, D. Egli, L. Cipolla. Harrison, R. McLallen, D. Egli. AND PISTOL MATCHES " ' Score Morrisville 1 345 Alfred 1 3 18 Morrisville 1298 Eire Co. Tech. 1343 l Morrisville 1301 Farmingdale 13 14 Morrisville 1374 Potomac State Morrisville Canton Morrisville Dutchess Comm. College Region XV Invitational Standing: M. DiCaterino, B. Williams, E. Stanton, C. Beck, W. Moon. Seated 1 T. Phillips, B. 159 V-v T Q Fmrt Row P Niles J Whalen D Watkins P Demaresr E Avent. Second Row: G. Cropsey, K Nemeth N Sternberg R Wilsey S Munch C Clark Abreu! from picture: V. Kimber. 'CJ ,, J ' 1 'x K s, ' cnUK C O -W E D ff I 00K XSLQ lml LUB The Co-Weds and their families live in apartments throughout the town. Early in the school year, the Co-Wed families get to know one another well and begin to do many things together. The wives meet once a month at each others' homes for social gatherings. Although many of the families receive ae subsistence from the Veterans Admin- istration, many of the students and their wives also hold part time jobs to help defray college expenses. f 'A rf WXY T - . , - .L. 'FTW " - f' lhasiz fl T iff' it ,V . lj? . 4 A -.i . iyk' f . r will if fl f I t ll- . 1 KI CLUB The Ski-Club is a new organization on campus this year. Its advisors are Mr. Carr and Mr. Olrnstead. A ski-tow was erected on North Street by the students and lessons were also given to any student who wished to take them. rm Q. ...t - ' ".r: 5- fp te L' .. , , l QT., .- J' mtv- g, .- I 1 F h ...KJ 7' ,. - ft " .W.,. ,T .1 Y . 'Ai 1' ' U OFFICERS: Seated: B. Fountain, Secretaryf C. Watkins, :Ji FA' j M ., 'lv -I f Pre.rident,' D. Buckland, Vice- Presidentg ' B. Olmstead, E' .Ji s- . fi x .72 ik z if 'V " ' f -f ' .' .. ' ' l -1' l Q5 9' Trearurer. Standing: Mr. Olmstead, Mr. Carr. .g-. . 1' ' .. -' .K , . s-1 - A , as , .ik 'K These skiers braved a Morrisville blizzard to compete Winter Weekend. ..-.-4,5 K 1- Fint Row: Mr. Olmstead, Mr. Carr, C. Watkins, L. Talcott, J. Pritchard, L. Damon, M. Marceau, D. Regent. Second Row: C. Early, B. Fountain, H. Faust, L. Meyer, C. Searles, E. Rightmyer, A. Fraenckel. Third Row: B. Olmstead, J. Hover, A. Horrocks, B. Sellers, D. Mack, D. Buckland. .-gyv 1 i ix tk M- n 1.6 . n, .Al ' .w First Row: L. Lawyer, C. Watkins, J. DeDio, D. Diefendorf, W. Drumn, S. Owens, B. Card, T. Polacsek. Second Row: W. Sledzieski, B. Ellis, B. Fountain, J. Marsjanik, M. Persons, R. Mack, H. Avent, J. Dawes, R. Darrow, A. Renaido, B. Sellers. Third Row: L. jaquin, A. Losicco, H. Lasher, R. Brayer, T. Patterson, A. Horrocks, J. Kumph, W. O'Connor. OFFICERS: Firrt Row: J. DeDio, Secretaryj D. Diefen- dorf, Presidenty Mr. Griffiths, Advisory S. Owens, Sergeant - at-Armrg T. Polacsek, Trearurer. Second Row: R. Dar- row, Hiftoriang C. Wadcins, Social Directory B. Sledzieski Chaplainf W. Drumn, Vice-Presidentf B. Card, Corre- .rpomiing Secretary. 'I62 ALPHA CHAPTER I KAPPA DELTA SIGMA This year has been a very successful year for Kappa Delta Sigma. Activities included the annual banquet welcom- ing new brothers, the sponsorship of the Winter Carnival dance, the twentieth annual St. Patrick's Ball, plus participation in other social functions and activities on campus. This year Kappa Delta Sigma won the tug-of- war for the first time in three years. Through the combined efforts of all its members, they also won the Winter Carnival Trophy for the third year in a row which means they are entitled to keep it for good. A .. . XX Q r .. N . .S ,. -13:1 . - - 1 .,. . ' . . , . Working on our Winter Carnival sculpture, "Cinderella Pint Row: C. Richards, L. Tuzzolo, W. Andre, C. Mosher, C. Crandall, W. Toth. Second Row: G. Rosa, R. Unger, J. Douglass, C. Steuber, E. Early, W. Prey, W. Hodges, J. Smith, C. Smith, J. Marsjanik. 'I63 ai: 1 'as gin :Q Y w Q gy L. ma Hgxiavfzgsfam K, sf- -3 A Ae nr vi .x f.. I, . U K Ax gf 1.44, W .xt E sa, M gf? E? f? ?ff la? 'm " ,MEA ,Y I, P ' A ,, A HQ: -.53 L W .,,.. 4 iw nv ' I, Fish 1 'A . .-,U Xf' , f A Y-A 'wg Q l. ,. M, , . . W . 3 ff? W4 A R fm, X mg fr - ' 1 1 Q So .- 1 ws, , ig ' .1 it H "ot II' yi M I . if ' PTER Beta Chapter of Theta Gamma has completed 44 years of active participation in campus events. Theta Gamma is very fortunate to have a fraternity house which comfortably houses 20 of its 65 members. It is composed of a kitchen, two dining rooms, a living room, six bedrooms and an enclosed study room with a fireplace. The biggest project of the year was the animal Thanksgiving Ball, which was preceded by a dinner for the members and their dates at Carmen's Inn. As well as winning first place in the Alumni Weekentl Float competition, Theta Gamma was proud to take an active part in the Wfinter Weekend festivities. In the spring, new officers were installed at a very enjoyable formal dinner which was held at Trinkaus Manor. 3 l959 BETA .. 'J' Q11 pit'-iitjzie .L 1155 Christmas time at the TG House 1' 1' Firrt Row: B. Butrico, 1. De Vito, -I. Blackham, B. Nowak. N. Milano, E. Williams, 1. Bruce. Sammi Row: A. Ghcm, D. Smith, R. Phelps, A. Banzer, J. Evans, AI. Arnold, F. Fisher. Third Row: M. Figuero, M. Collins, L. Carney, B. Fraud, R. Eishenhut, D. Romano. l , K Firrt Row: J. Arnold, Miss Fisher, J. Ramsden, R. Slocum, P. Currie, M. Dever, Miss Jackson, B. Nowak, J. Ricgert. Second Row: S. Wasmund, J. Davis, S. Dean, B. Glowacki, L. Mc- Quatters, K. Lind, N. Dowd, B. Jones, S. Thompson, E. Mathews, M. Miller, S. Kahler. Third Row: I. McGrath, L. McKelvie, R. Hughes, M. Parscls, Janet Bryan, L. Haust, I-l. Kelly, C. Moore, J. Burkett, Jane Bryan, R. Winterlmalter. FQOD ERVICIE ASSOCIATIC The Food Service Association is one of the newest organizations on campus. It was started in May 1959 with Miss Fisher as its advisor. The organization started the year by partic- ipating in the "Melody Quiz" in which they won first prize. The students also built their snow sculpture entitled "Midnight Fantasy" for Winter Carnival. 166 OFFICERS1 Seated: P. Currie, Secretary' M. Dever Prexiderzl. Slafulirzg' J. Wolfe, Trea.r1n'er,' Miss Fisher Ad'I'i.f01',' D. Lemley, Vice-PreJiderzf. Our snow sculpture for Winter Carnival Weekend. E. Tue-oF-WAR KAX vs, er 11 I if The Eaton Road was the scene for the annual TUG-OI? WAR! tl ' gg., Q-:Q i 'Ex at Y L - ' ' " ""' ':"'-, Vg i .,.,., 43 - I F 251:21 N -"3 ...L -Q Q- .Q-lj-if ' - - t ' Ai x., Hs. . V 4 ' r ff -, l f 1 ', - . n 4+ fi T. 1 Vw-aft eel- t is T .L The KDS men are getting set for that V-I-C-T-O-R-Y!!! K - 4- Meanwhile the TG men are deciding on their plan of action. It looks as if TG goes for an early swim this year SNOW SCU LPTURE - Lab Tech takes first place in the sculptur- ing with "King Winter and his Ice Palace" J s N ' KDS places second TG .QCIS thirsl with ' with "Cinderella" "Paul and Babe." f 5 iff? 4 cflprlf-, -ff !IAf.:' if fi ..v-- ISA worked hard on "Dumbo's Dilemma." Horticulture Club builds "Sea Fantasy." .. ,, ., ,. N i -E -Lit., it-rg. Food Service has "Midnight Fantasy." "Heaven's Gate" built by Student Christian Union 168 A? QER FANTASY - ,96 O fX Keith Fawcett and Par Tuzzo crowned King and Queen at the annual Winter Carnival The Court: Harry Lasher, Tom Polacsek, Skip Diefendorf, The C0U1'fi P- J- BHYHCV, Mary Jane DCVCF, JO B1aCk1eY jim Longwcll, Dick Braycr, Rm-1 Darrow, Lovie Loveland, Sandy Werner, Sally Eaves. Everyone lined up for the Grand March!! 169 vi ui 6' KAPPA DELTA SIGMA PRESENTS . . . -"Ft V--5 -- 5312-Q if . ,,A.. ffsss SHARON BREWER Food Preservation Anociation NANCY MURDOCK Womenx' Athletic Anociation PATRICIA POWERS 0 Imtrzmzents Society of Amerim . ' i I MARY ELLEN MARCEAU Newrmzu Club SONNIE NICHOLS Horticulture Club SAINT PAT'S N DANCE Helen Loveland queen of the 1959 dance will crown the new Queen at the annual St. Pats dance. ,, lr-H nu '27 JO ANN SAVVYER SHIRLEY THOMPSON Agfib1lJl1Z6II Club Student Chriitian Union ARCH I96O . V' ,- '1'i . ,An'?-lv x 5' , 1 E JANET BOUTON TONI BRADT JUDY DOMIANO F0011 Service Auociation Wflaire Cap: Student Cnfmffl i -- My " Y, ,Lf gi ,f..1- 1. ,-al? ,-.Ag " ' -119 .Q r, pm-in 1-41. 1 R "'f'4 f' " mf,-4,44 1531- , " iii'- QUEEN CANDIDATES NANCY HAND PATSY LAI.ONDE KATHY WELCH B11.ri11e.r.r 7'erlm0l0gy Club Them G,m1.m,1 Lago,-am,-9, Technology Sembm, 171 E vm ' 53 '55 fig N ,N QQ, 3.51 .W dx, we M, rs 1 ,,-. ,',J,,.,- ' M. ,.. g, , Gr f ffl L Rig? Ax ..m ii' 40" ..,. ...-.-S., . , X - ' . " .,' , . 1 fx . 4 ' I ' u ' ,V X' ,I ,-'Hs .,,LJf' I " K. .' I' I, ' .' f- . A . ,., 51-1, jg? X lfbgkf L irq ,, 5' I .3 -JA V, ,Y -- il . - . -. - n r"f:!"'L"1 "f"'4-""p ' , . ". ti' - ,Q ' 2905: , . ' D' A ,'.n ' . . ' Q f , f X I A f ' . , . . ,, . 1 ,V . , 'f W, ' ., 1.3 ' ,- ' x ' " . .Nw I I I B u H I I-P SPORTS QXQR ME446, VARSITY Bob Cheesman, Lee Pray, John Foti, Willie Williams, Blll Lester, George Dorrance, Dave Strong, Mike Fitzgerald, Mike Driscoll, Chuck Markowski, Joe Delaney. The MATI basketball team made an excellent showing in two of the season's biggest games. First of all they rromped over Cobleskill 100 to 87 and then three games later they did the same to Auburn with a score of 101-85. The last game of the season with Manlius turned out to be the most thrilling game of the season when they played double over-time and finally won 72 to 69. Coach Drake has done an excellent job with his basketball teams, and we know he will continue to do so in the years to come. BASKETBALL Coach Drake Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville 176 5 'Roy Worden Manager 79 CCBI 44 Griffiss AFB 57 Canton 54 Oswego Frosh 49 Corning 65 Cortland JV 47 Manlius 75 Cobleskill 58 Auburn 70 Corning 46 Griffiss AFB 46 Delhi 57 Alfred 51 46 77 51 52 78 57 81 55 54 71 75 83 Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Morrisville Jim Longwell Manager Canron LeMoyne Cobleskill N,Y. City Tech Le Moyne Auburn Ithaca Alfred Delhi Oswego Cortland Manlius 'JF If 5 7 x :X N., KN.. ,F X-NR rx Qu . -n -- LWLQT ----ll ' 1'- Iii '.1ff5 uk rn fir u.1'J,"",, it :Q QW ii. ' v SQ b'q"' ' Wx L-E, f" kf P' A k it , 1 X b W. ww! " 1 I fw ' it Mmm F . , E If , N u l -af' L I M M ml n .I T"l Q Nancy Hand Pa: Tuzzo Helen Loveland Judy Damiano Dolores Gil Janet Benton Bonnie Dodson I TR MURAL FOQTBALL A Standing: J. Ackles, T. Barber, F. Beach, B. Kruger, L. Humphrey. Kneeling: B. Shracler, C. Neureurher, J. AG-PRODUCTION Matthews, W. jones, C. Willis. K.D.S' Slarldingr J. Corrington, C. Crandall, S. Hampel, G- Standivzgf W. Drum, J. De Dio, S. Diefendorf, S. Jaquin Morley, K. Cobb. Kneeling: P. Goldsmith, J. Krenzer, S. Owens. Kneeling: B. Fountain, D. Mack, B. O'Connor J' Bmbm' G' Rosa' AUTO AND INSTRUMENTS 1 U F I , Q. NHUVIQ t l mgllBVlLl.II Standing.' T. Flynn, B. Martus, E. Grala, M. Driscoll. Kneelifzgf J. Delaney, D. Hepfner, M. Fitzgerald, J. Longwell. Who blew the whistle? 179 I TRAMUR L BOWLI G C. Sranclford, T. Stone, D. D'Agosrino, J. Kamak. AUTO TECH SOCIETY BUSINESS TECH -.-I' Nj .v, - W X .ALI juulky 'A"x I I W .I I I . E. Bowers, R. Van Dewerker, D. Thom, F. Salsburg. M. jacopeIle,j. DeDio, D. Clark, J. Paddock AUTO TECH SENIORS B. Folts, C. McLean, B. McGowan, J. Whitbourne AGRI - BUSINESS J. Myers C. Neureurher, C. Willis, T. Barber, "Watch that foul line" -'80 F. Beach. I TRAMURAL BOWLI G writing., Hifi! B. Moon, B. Olmsread, B. Martus, E. Grala K.D.S. No. 2 K.D.S. No. 3 B. Sellers, D. Mack, T. ,Patterson, S. jaquin, C- EHIIY, B- 0'C0Hfl01', C- Crandall, J- Smith I.. Lawyer T.G. No. 2 C. Canestaro, C. Langdon, J. Burns, M. Berg T.G. No. 1 AUTO TECH FROSH -1 -K - Qs.. , ' . K- 1. '.d,' A , ' V. ' ,,-13. g . ,M .... . fl r K L ' I Mi Bt?- V' B. Massey, M. Koslovski, L. Schweizer, B. Shaver B- WCHffiCk, J- GHSSCY, K- I-YDCI1 I TRAMURAL BA KETBALL Standing: M. Haney, T. Flynn, L. Fetcho, P. J. Barkley. Kneeling: J. Costello, D. Hepfner, K.D.s. 1 J' Dwyer K.D.s. 2 Standing: T. Renaldo, S. Deifendorf, Standing: D. Brayer, B, O'C0nn0r, R, L, Lawyer, Kneeling: 1. Kumpf, G- Rosa Darrow, j. DeDio. Kneeling: S. Jaquin, B. Fountain, T. Polacsek GLOBE TROTTERS JOKERS -. Standing: D. Harrington, M. McDonald, Standing: R. Hlavna, B. Koons, D. D. Thorn, A. Horrocks. Kneeling: L. Tuller, B. Norris. Kneeling: R. Worden, Y:1iko,J, Hocfor, M, Boozel, HAWKS J. Barbero, D. Houghtaling, B. Krhebel. E' ' if H. ' 41 rv I- 1: - jx Pi 'il i aging i f Y .N Q. E. . l .X 1 , ,X ,fl 1 .. 1 i l l" ' : 3 . ' D fi Q I. W ' 3 . I V h ,X I 'X -Q: 1 r 1 faq' . ' wp' L' , I ' REQ.. -,K N .V , " f-J l ' 8 Jin f ff .gf El ' 'if . 7 ,A ' 4 I gl ' ' l lf Standing: E. Rightmyer, B. McKendry, -I D, Sgmmons, K7leeli71g.' Carroll, D. Buckland, D. Jones. I TRAMURAL BA KETBALL J. Klinkert, B. Ottley, D. Watston, K. Milles, T. Myers, C. Micheals, P. Ferrari. VETS THIRD FLOOR FALCONS E. Grala, B. Martus, I-I. Lasher, J.. Ackles, B. L. Hatch, A. Hanchert, M. Hawks, D. Foote, B. Kruger, D. Rowntrec, H. Avent, E. Miller. Frank. MONGRELS AGRI - BUSINESS C. Kazlaukas, N. Warren, A. Jardin, J. Wetherbee. D. Bower, L. Humphrey, R. Bounds,W Jones, C. Neureurher, R. Billings, C SECOND FLOOR FALCONS Willis, J. Gardner. ix J. Compton, D. Carr, S. Davies, R. Eisenhut, F. Darling, E. Carey, J. Hulbert. 183 'vs Egg-., 1 1, f' SEQ y 53 - , ur A Ky um 1 v 2 as ,A m w Ill' f"'1J 93 il 'H' W x H G f 1 X 'xx:,,.,-J.1'-- Z. F, I I N 952'-? f f " in f----- gf.. . Qgzf -f' F' 1:5 - 'Lai -g' 3-5 -15 1 ' ' F I . ' X'-Q' .T ff ' 'f M W fill 4f iffy I lx f 4 cf f ' f M F2 'Q if 'Z 0u R SP0 sons CWIFQ A 6 BE T WISHE to the Class of 1960 from the Brothers of KAPPA DELTA SIGMA Winter Carnival Trophy, finally ours to keep. Our second place sculpture. 186 We got ready for the pull. Sr. Pats Dance 1959. f"' F-' .,, A A -- '- '5' ' gl . kr Q kb L' A 'Fri- : gy P 2' B TE? fi- 4'-?-2... if A 'Q -,,,f "L: f f 4 -. -,, " .' A They said the water was cold 4155451 r W - fl, '.,' j a ll -g1'1,,f r -fe u-. Only a few of our many trophies. 1 I ..,, N Getting ready for the Alumni parade. The results - VICTORY. Hard Work Pays Off!! Our fatal step! CCJNGR TUL TIONS to the Class of 1960 from the Brothers of THET GAMMA "Cavalcade Winner" "Show Place Winner" Third Annual Thanksgiving Ball "Paul and Babe" 187 Compliments of Langdon Smith - Manager Morrisville Office FIRST TRUST AND DEPOSIT COMPANY Syracuse, N. Y. Complimentx 0 f THE DUTCH INN Morrisville, N. Y. .r Y-'Q 3: f J A3 , ,H 94 We ,I , in is 'sf 3 es, f ' :lip-'-L 4- 5 1954, 'lufff a -il, ,RQ-gi-I,,-' Congmtulatiom and best fwixlaes from THE CAMPUS STORE Compliments of THE SNACK BAR Compliments of John So utter MORRISVILLE ROEMAWS INN RECREATION CENTER Compliment! of MORRIS THEATRE Morrisville, N. Y. The lnsuronce Mon in Morrisville is MILES B. MARSHALL Phone OV 4-2811 "We can tbmfla out your imunmce difficuZtie.r." AAA Im Compliments of 'MPEWAL MORRISVILLE K - MOTORS, INC. C Q Valiant Chrysler -2. X I I . kv +4 . 2- " I ' ' Gill l 'I CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Chrysler Plymouth International Trucks Sales and Service C ompliments of MORRISVILLE DRY CLEANERS and SHIRT LAUNDRY Where quality comer first. Laundry Service Morrisville, New York MOBIL TIRES AND BATTERIES SQUARE DEAL SERVICE STATION Morrisville, N. Y. 24 hour Towing Dial OV 4-455I R. Griffiths F' E. Tucker Crankshaft Grinding, Frame Straight- phone OV 4-3151 ening, Wheel Aligning and Automatic Mobil GCS Mobil Oil Transmissions Repaired. Gulf Tires and Batteries ORVIS GULF STATION Morrisville, New York All types of Mechanical and Electrical Tuneups On American and Foreign Cars. H. R. Orvis Phone OV 4-2781 Gulf Gas Gulf Oil Compliment! of JONESY'S BARBER SHOP -5 II, Morris Theatre Building I90 Morrisville, AN. Y. The staff at BIackman's store enjoy serving the students and Faculty from M.A.T.l. Compliments of BLACKMAN'S l.G.A. STORE A complete modern food store. Morrisville, N. Y. MRSVL GARAGE Morrisville, New York WHIP'S 24 hour towing Complete ciutomotive service Phone OV 4-2101 Morrisville, N. Y. Compliments of CHOATES FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE STORE Frigidaire Applionces Zenith Rodio ond Television FURNITURE Phone OV 4-4761 Morrisville, N. Y BLISS AUTO SUPPLY Pci rts Accessories Ti res AMOCO GAS AND OIL Morrisville, N. Y. Compliments of Ted 84 Vi TOWN HOUSE Morrisville, N. Y. Compliments of CARLETON FITZSIMMONS Morrisville, N. Y. Best wishes and continued success CHEVROLET TWIN PoNDs COUNTRY CLUB New York Mills, N. Y. Compliments Compliments of Of H. L. Dougherty Morrisville, New York KIEFFER MOTEL Four miles west of Morrisville, N. Y. Open cill yeor round. 191 Compliments of THE CHERRY VALLEY INN Finest Food On the Cherry Valley Turnpike We Welcome All Students John and Pauline Fox Morrisville, N. Y. C ompliments of TRASK MOTOR SALES Buick - GMC Trucks - Pontiac Hamilton, New York Theatre Building Complimentr of Morrisville, N. Y. mn Compliment! of Meats Groceries , f 5, B b Fruits and Vegetables Y L ii- ar er Shop ! VA Z I and Phone OV 4-3l7l BSGUTY Shop E. J. Tainter 192 EDWARD VANTINE STUDIO For The B E S T in Por'rrc1iTur EDWARD VANTINE STUDIOS, INC. Homilton, N. Y. Composite ond Yeorbook Photogrophe 23 i . ,,' 1 vw' .2 Wg .y "I 1 I I 'ff 1' f:,! M197 A-F- L1 V ' .1 -lfif-fl. . V fav- 521.11 2 Z' r! f Q' QQAWEQXIAAN ' if ,,,L. Q if I V in yi I H f? ,I A 1' 1. LMP,-v's', 1 -1 .X Y Z' .. Ai. .. 1, A 'L T fi 1 .Q I I Lg. .af- rw 1-' ' .x 'L .,., v '93 wcbt: I " " .34 No stuffing the ballot box!! Q a .M .-... f.q 1 'iv 1 A l 4 L 1 The KDS table at the Winter Carnival Dance. One ofthe Pool games' Everyone is concentrating on a checker game! THIS WAS WINTER CARNIVA ? Is this the fabulous Food Pres team we've heard so much about? Remember that Lab Tcch Sock Hop' MATI presents their "state school" cheerleaclersm' N. Mrmomrst 'R Two years passed altogether too quickly and we were Seniors. One day we wandered up on the hillside high above the village of Morrisville. We paused for a rest and looked back at the familiar scenes of our campus and the village below. Then we got to reminiscing about the good times we had enjoyed, our many college friends, the hard work we had spent in the classrooms-and all at once it came to us- the chorus of our "Alma Mater"- "Memories of the past will cheer us as we oft repeat thy name. Our beloved Alma Mater we will ever sing thy fame." The Arcadian Staff has tried to compile in this 4-4th. Volume of the Arcadian some of these Memories of your College life. We hope they will in- spire you to a greater future, and you will enjoy them over many times. The Staff Patricia A. Tuzzo, Editor. JV fJ'J..kYv?flt5!lG-f.!lf'IuIlL'Jlrfa'AI'G'U'f 3 " 1 , as f gage C ' T x , INTER-COLLEGIATE PRESS Publishers - Manufacturers Yearbooks - Yearbook Covers Diplomas - Graduation Announcements Factory - Home Office Kansas City, Mo. U.S.A. 41" - . 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