New Jersey State Teachers College - Seal Yearbook (Trenton, NJ)

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A new addition to our campus this year, Dr. Warren G. Hill has long been an active member of New Jersey's education system, serving in positions ranging from teacher to commissioner. In his current post, as President of Trenton State College, Dr. Hill has exhibited the desire to participate in campus projects, working side by side with students, faculty, and staff. This was evident in his wholehearted efforts in the "Big Sweep" and other activities. Dr. Hill's foremost interest is in his strive for the improvement of our college. Much time is devoted to his present position, and this he does willingly and with no com- plaints-. Dr. Hill always has time or will make time to help the college community. In sincere appreciation of his dedication to us, we dedicate the 1964 Seal to our President, Warren G. Hill. DEDICATIO f"""" .....--""""' President Hill conducts many transactions over the telephone I D B! FOREWORD MV GQVVIZQUS7 one which has grown THE ALLEN UNIT considerabhf along with us. ELY HOUSE Residence for Men .I. A .V , fl. BREWSTER HOUSE Residence for Women 'f Y .. ALLEN HOUSE Residence for Women ll 1: -v-'lm . :VL H F. r .sp-'Y' -:.,24a,,,2's-avr:-A.A,-f . 7 ,AX f . .fv X lk' t. Cr hug J' 4 4 , fx 13 V, W in , .-. -. 'QU " fvdh CENTENNIAL HALL Residence for Women BCL G., A-H' DECKER HALL Residence for Women and Cafeteria for Students LAKESIDE Residence for Men and location ' . J ' ' -1-"L."'Tl-' ' ' Lf' - - , I . -- ,G - '-L , . fe 1- if---f:'eaIl5var..giBa..u:...M.--.7 GERKE HOUSE Residence for Women of the Psychology and English Departments WOODSIDE Residence for Men and location of Education and Social Studies Departments MASON HOUSE Residence for Women 1- ,Y- 1-. NORSWORTHY HALL Residence for Women and loca tion of the College Infirmary li' -,.,,f fm. ' ' ' o . ,fi mi N . . . ,N . l '- ' 1 7 . 5. , w. -..4,"",, -.-,rain N! ww-.g,..f..... ,W . 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PHELPS HALL Dining Hall, Snack Bar ROSCOE L. WEST LIBRARY L ibmfy. Classrooms, A udio-Visual A ids Departme fl! ALMA MATER Alma Mater, blue and gold, Name still blazing as of old. Hearts we pledge that thou shalt be, Shining through eternity. Brighter as the years unfold, Alma Mater, blue and gold. Trenton College, blue and gold. They brave spirit ne'er grows old, And though far our paths may lead, Thou will guide our thoughts and de On to heights as yet untold, Alma Mater, blue and gold. eds X -SX xi, .V -,Vx ,wk ,N ,V-.1-A fr- ix-, hh . . , ,. ,V . -,..,. ......--- - .4 "' - . , -,f .. --'.- . Q ,, --vv. -I 4 nv. 1nwg'1l1. um'n1izi-:1':1u1pmg yi 5 S QL ff 3 All our growth ln knowledge and experience must start with those who have gone before us. t if up c , , V v,. WARREN G. HILL President Trenton State College is dedicated to providing a planned supply of the best qualified beginning teachers for the schools of this state. The college endeavors, in its offering, to bring students into contact with the great ideas that have shaped the minds of men, to create op- portunities for obtaining insights into the learning process, and to assist students in pursuing special academic interests. A faculty of great abil- ity 'and resource has been assembled. Graduates of this college can be justly proud of their accomplish- ment in completing the demanding program of studies. Further, they can face the challenging task of teaching with confidence, knowing that this college stands ready to provide counsel and assistance as they en- counter the problems that accrue in the public schools of a changing society. I extend my congratulations to the members of the Class of 1964. You are to be envied the opportunities, the challenges, and the satis- faction that await you. .wig elf! HOPE A. JACKMAN Associate Professor of Education, Coordinator of Housing Services JAMES J. FORCINA M. WILTON PRUITT Professor of Education, Professor of Education, Dean of Instruction Dean of Student Personnel MICHAEL S. KLINE Professor of Education, Director of Student Teaching, Placement, and Follow-Up K-. AI? JAMES M. ORR Associate Professor of Student Personnel, Registrar 'sv-gt. ..-4 O.. V. ,isa ffy' A . -2-Aus:-,, :1FZ1.'.2aff:+'. ., :'2't?ifw'.Qff ' -3325 '?lgifflif'lL.i - 14,6 ,gmfmftiz 'd.-,, ' .vfkgfn V ff , 7"'-l5flf"'3"+i. A ft..f1i.fgf mg . ,fi ga. 5 ffmsrzy 'f 'JSF 3:3 ' m DORIS C. PERRY BERNARD A. REED Associate Professor of Psycholo- Associate Professor of Student gy, Counseling, Psychologist, Stu- Personnel, Director of Admis- dent Personnel Service sions PAUL H. ANDERSON Assistant Professor of Education A ssistant Registrar CARL A. KREDATUS Assistant Professor of Education A ssistant Director of Field Services SIDNEY O. MURDOCK Assistant Professor of Education Assistant Director of Field Services DMINISTRATOR DONALD K. CAREW Associate Professor of Student Personnel Associate Dean of Students Coordinator of Student Group Programs SONDRA S. LUNDY Assistant Professor of Student Personnel Coordinator, Residence and Area Program WINSTON H. PUTTICK Assistant Professor of Counseling, Psychology Counselor, Student Personnel Services 49" EDWARD D. WATSON Associate Professor of Education ' Director of Field Services f-4' ,.i,i . A:- Kl 1 1 Jo ANN HUMMERS CARLISLE Assistant Professor of Student Personnel Coordinator, Residence H all Program lin:-Hg .VT WP GERALD L. MARCHILDON Assistant Professor of Student Personnel Coordinator, Student A ctivities 'fr' ERNEST E. RYDELL, JR. Assistant Professor of Education A ssistant to Director of A dmissions NANCY D. WHITE Assistant Professor of Education Coordinator of College Union M. LILLIAN DAVENPORT Assistant Professor of Student Personnel Coordinator, Residence Hall Program HENRY H. MATELSON Assistant Professor of Education Evaluator, Division of Field Services NANCY I. SHRIVER Assistant Professor of Education Evaluator, Division of Field Services MIRIAM L. YOUNG Assistant Professor of Student Personnel EDITH G. GARRISON Assistant Professor of Education Evaluator, Field Services Division BERNARD W. MILLER Assistant Professor of Education A ssistant Director of Field Services DAVID W. SMITH Assistant Professor of Student Personnel, Assistant Coordinator of Student Personnel Program P. GENE HALE Assistant Professor of Student Personnel ROBERT C. BURNS Professor of Art, Chairman Of Art Department MICHAEL A. TRAVERS Professor of Business Edu- cation, Chairman of Busi- ness Education Department CLAYTON R. BROWER Professor of Education, Chairman of Education Department, Ass't. Dean Of Instruction DEPARTMENT OF RT ti- fl' R' Afxfx ' iq-ni HENRY W. AHRENS HOWARD GOLDSTEIN NORVAL C. KERN MARK A. LEHMAN Associate Professor of Art Assistant Professor of Art Assistant Professor of Art Assistant Professor of Art DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS EDUCATION 1. :ns '55 GLENN E. FROMM NEIL A. GASTON CARMELA C. ELLIS R. THOMAS Professor of BusincsS Assistant Professor of KINGSTON Assistant Professor of Education Business Education Assistant Professor of Business Education Business Education DEPARTME T OF EDUC TIO JOSEPH J. BURCHER A ssistant Professor of Education JOSEPH F. CARROLL Professor of Education ELIZABETH A. RICHARD V. BROWN BERNHARD Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of Education Education 21 CHARLES C. CARMAN Associate Professor of Education l HERBERT B. GOODEN Professor of Education WARREN C. NUTT Assistant Professor of Education Coordinator of Audio- Visual Education CLARA STRATEMEYER Professor of Education 22 'Qt gf, ,JC ,is -:ff X.- , x f ...X 'V - 2 JOHN EDWARD LEON J. DURKIN LAURENCE E. ELY CHARLTON Professor of Education Professor of Education Assistant Professor of Coordinating Principal of Coordinator of Secondary Education A ntheil Demonstration Curriculum School DERWIN J. J EFF RIES Associate Professor of Education - GT :fx .1 DOROTHY G. PETERSON Professor of Education Chairman of Graduate Study LEONARD J. THARNEY Assistant Professor of Education EDWIN L. MARTIN Distinguished Service Professor 'al ue-4' SALVATORE M. MESSINA Assistant Professor of Education -'J' ESTOY T. REDDIN FRANCIS A. ROMANO Assistant Professor of Education Assistant Professor of Education JOHN WATERS Associate Professor of Education Principal of Elementary Division of Antheil Demonstration School' 71? MARY L. YATES Associate Professor of Education Coordinator of K indergarten-Primary Curriculum EVELYN B. FRANZ Professor of Education Coordinator of Elementary Curriculum LEBERN N. MILLER Associate Professor of Education JAMES F. SILVER A ssociate Professor of Education R. DONALD WRIGHT A ssociate Professor of Education ALFRED P. I-IOLMAN Pf0feSS0r of English, Chair- man of English Department l ' ROBERT J. GRAHAM Assistant Professor of English 3 ea. A ' . X' ' P51555 ARTHUR S. TIFFANY Associate Professor of English DEP RTMENT OF ENGLI H 1 DOROTHY JOHNSON BARTON Associate Professor of English FREDERICK S. KILEY Assistant Professor of English HERMAN M. WARD, JR. Professor of English HENRY F. BEECHHOLD Associate Professor of English MILTON I. LEVIN Associate Professor of English KENNETH E. WILLIAMS Assistant Professor of English CAROL H. de SAINT VICTOR Assistant Professor of English ALEXANDER S. LIDDIE, JR. Assistant Professor of English PETER R. WOOD Assistant Professor of English DEP RTMENT OE I-IE LTH A D PHYSICAL ED CATION GEORGE H. KRABLIN Professor of Health and Physical Education, Chair- man of Health and Physi- cal Education Department HUGH D. FORD Associate Professor of English l. FREDERICK J. MASBACK Assistant Professor of English DEAN ANDREWS Assistant Professor of Physical Education EDWARD F. BRINK Assistant Professor of Physical Education Assistant Coordinator, Student Personnel 1"7P RICHARD B MCCORKLE Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education ROBERT E. SALOIS Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education . CAROLYN R. HAMMOND Professor of Health and Physical Education WILLIAM J. MEDVE A ssistant Professor of Physical Education MELVIN R. SCHMID Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education DIANE M. ARMSTRONG Assistant Professor of Physical Education JOSEPH N. HERZSTEIN A ssistant Professor of Health and Physical Education PATRICIA C. MORRIS Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education ROY W. VAN NESS Associate Professor of Physical Education Coordinator of Athletics DIANE E. BOUGHNER Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education - CHRISTINE D. LEAR Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education MILLICENT X. LOEB Assistant Professor of Health Education 'QQ BARBARA S. REISFIELD Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education DONALD E. WILLIAMS Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education BERTHA G. SCHNEEMAN A ssistant Professor of Health Education KENNETH C. RUNQUIST Professor of Health and Physical Education , S T, 1? LILYAN B. WRIGHT Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education ROBERT M. WORTHINGTON Pf0fessor of Industrial Arts Chairman of Industrial Arts Department DEP RTIVIENT OF A INDUSTRIAL ART I I s I' X 'I 9 X S31 8 191 s f . '15 ' 'Ji . VINCENT W. DRESSER A ssociate Professor of Industrial A rts Q F' fx ,I 5 Y v i. A . I1 I . , I P ,I I F I I P 1 v bail' l .vb f' 4' I 'V L - vLi9,3f:f-nQ5jfkE:'2', , 1: ,' 4 Q , Tw AQ 9 If I -, A - I, . . ' to I .1 TOD H. HERRING CONRAD I. JOHNSON RUTHERFORD E. WALTER I. MACAK Associate Professor of Associate Professor of I-OCKETTE' 14550014170 RVOIC'-ISO" of Industrial A rts Industrial Arts Professor of Industrial A rts lllllll-Yifllll A FIS ,Q DEZSO D. SEKELY Assistant Professor of Industrial A rts FELIX E. HIRSCH Professor of History, Librarian RONALD I.. KOBLE Assistant Professor of Industrial A rts DAVID F. SMITH Assistant Professor of Industrial A rts GEORGE J. RUSS Assistant Professor of Industrial A rts LIBRARY JOYCE H. BRODOWSKI Assistant Professor of Library Science Readers' Adviser ROBERT G. THROWER Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts DOROTHY W. FERGUSON Assistant Professor of Library Science Supervisor of Library Science Program 25 CYNTHIA C. HAMM Assistant Professor of Library Science Chief Catalog Librarian VICTOR J. KLOPP Assistant Professor of Library Science Assistant Librarian WILLIAM H . HAUSDOERFFER Professor of Mathematics, Chairman of Mathematics Department Ai!" --K SUZANNE HUBBELL Assistant Professor of Library Science Acquistions Librarian MAGNUS M. C. HOMESTEAD Assistant Professor of' Library Science Catalog Librarian sa' X CI? CHARLES B. PACKARD Assistant Professor of Library Science Circulation Librarian RICHARD P. MATTHEWS Assistant Professor of Library Science Readers' Adviser DEPART E T OF MATHEMATIC DANIEL S. KALK Assistant Professor of Library Science Readers' A dviser DORIS M. PERRY Assistant Professor of Library Science Reference Librarian I V wg H3 9, ne ..r- -.C A , l A ,4 ' n Y Y 7 V3-ri' ' f is-if V. "1 " Mf .f',f,'w.'.'x3,1, ,, Q1 ,REX j' VISRI-l Q Q 'QA ,511 tv , 12. '?'4'.I.1.'11' OSCAR R. E. BARKER Associate Professor of Mathematics ti if X MICHAEL D. BARR ISAAC L. BATTIN NORMAN E. WALTER EHRENPREIS A ssvciatfr Pf0feS-YO' Of Professor of Mathematics CROMACK Associate Professor of Mathematics Assistant Professor of Mathematics 26 A Mathematics WILLIAM GOLDSTEIN SIEGFRIED HAENISCH JOHN B. Associate Professor of Assistant Professor of MSU-'ROY' JR' Mathematics Mathematics Associate Professor of Mathematics DEPARTMENT OF PHILO OPHY D MODERN ANGUAGE . I ' ini 4 ' , - A' sg, pg' f A if I, ft JANE ANN MCLAUGHLIN Assistant Professor of Mathematics ARTHUR W. BERGER ff-Ysociate Professor of Mu- sic. Chairman of Music De- Pflrtment ROBERT W. ECKERT RUTH ANN HARRISON Assistant Professor of Associate Professor of Music Music DEP RTME T OF MU IC STANLEY S. AUSTIN Associate Professor of M ustc i . OTTO H. HELBIG Associate Professor of Music SHIRLEY S. BATCHELOR Assistant Professor of Music ANTHONY C. ISCH Associate Professor of Music f V ' ,. Q, 4: I, iw' 5. 1 VM x . K1 ROBERT V. PRICE Associate Professor of Mathematics ELISABETH F. HIRSCH Assistant Professor of Phi- losophy and Modern Lan- guages 4 S 1 ' 'R vert! ..r..'E. , Agfa Vg. . V' Af .35 . .. N.. Ht 4 t it m. E MILDRED E. BISGROVE Assistant Professor of Music THOMAS D. LUCAS A ssistant Professor of Music 1' DAVID A. UBER Assistant Professor of Music ALBERT LUDECKE, JR. ROGER W. ELIZABETH E. ROGERS ARTHUR N. SMITH Assistant Professor of ,MCKINNEY Assistant Professor of Associate Professor of Music Asslsfanlifrqfessvr of Music Music uszc A DEP RTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY A MARSHALL P. SMITH Professor of Psychology, Chairman of Psychology Department 3 "nl ENID H. CAMPBELL HARRY I . CLAWAR Associate Professor of Assistant Professor of Psychology Psychology FRANZ G. GEIERHAAS DAVID A. LIDE SYLVIA T. O'NEILL GEORGE H. SAXTON Associate Professor of Professor of Psychology Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of Psychology Psychology Psychology ROGER J. STIERHEM Assistant Professor of Psychology MILTON HOWARD TRUEX ARTHUR M. FRANCIS L. TIFFANY Assistant Professor of STEINMAN Associate Professor of Psychology ASSlSIt1l1fPI'0f8SS0l' of Ps-ychglggy Psychology VICTOR L. CROWELL Professor of Science, Chair- man of Science Department PAUL S. HIACK A ssistant Professor of Science HOWARD NECHAMKIN Professor of Science DEPARTMENT OF CIENC JUDSON J. FINK, JR. Assistant Professor of Science lx i":'lr N. FRANKLIN KOLP Assistant Professor of Science ,.4-11? RAY A. PALMER A ssistant Professor of Science HORACE GEORGE CHARLES W. HARP HAMILTON Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of Sc-igm-g Science ALAN LUTZ HERBERT A. MOSES Associate Professor of Associate Professor of Science Science A Q, es- Ai -.--4' 'a WAYNE M. SMITH Assistant Professor of Science FRED T. PREGGER Professor of Science cng,,. HERBERT R. SHIRLEY M. TROXEL JOSEPH A. VENA VINCENT J' ZICCARDI TREUTING, -I R- Professor of Science ASSOCIUIG Professor Of Assistant Professor of Scfence Science Associate Professor of Science DEP RTMENT OF OCIAL ADELBERT K. BOTTS WAYNE A. ALLEN CHtgIXiggE.sARK Professor of Geography, Assistant.Professor of I Chairman Of Social Stud- H""0'y Assocggigzgfjsor of ies Department 'idx -Q BERENICE M. CASPER Professor of Geography QW"-r f EUGENE L. HULL Assistant Professor of Economics I fxj :-.Ut ALFRED COHEN Assistant Professor of History JOHN P. KARRAS Assistant Professor of History HENRY J. T. DOREN A ssistant Professor of History DONALD L. KINZER Associate Professor of History ARTHUR L. PARKS ROBERT B. REVERE JESSIE R. TURK Professor of History Associate Professor of Associate Professor of 30 ' History Geography .. 5 f ., , 3. 5l'7f'1lll L, ., gp 1 59. ,-:mt 'za-A rail-f 'L 453 -'y-Ewa' " THOMAS S. FAUGHNAN Assistant Professor of History ABRAHAM MELEZIN Assistant Professor of Geography CLAIRE A. van DEUSEN Assistant Professor of Sociology STUDIE HELEN MCCRACKEN CARPENTER Professor of History V e 1 x, Q fig: DONALD C. HESTER Associate Professor of Political Science , 1 A . , " 1 XR K xl .ZH . ,sk ,, X 2. ,, Q X . ' MARY-ELIZABETH MURDOCK Assistant Professor of History LEON B. WOLCOTT Professor of Sociology L, so, I f ff rf' , Q . A H lx' . ,, 1 tw if . . 5,-Q. I-1Alf'Q'2 'iv ,Fu QMS Tz,,..,v4 I '- f ta was-A fi QU" T' :7'C,23.,:,. V. vt , I.: . ,er .4 V ma' 4 HILDA STAHL WAGNER Professor of Speech, Chair- man Ol Speech Department DEPARTMENT OF PEECH ELIZABETH M. CARPENTER Associate Professor of Speech FRANK H. CLARK A ssistant Professor of Speech ROBERT HARRIS NORMAN A. HEAP HAROLD R. Associate Professor of ASSISIHVU P f0f 1-'SSW of HOGSTROM Speech Speech Associate Professor of Speech WILLIAM L. NTHEIL DEMONSTRATION IOHN WAT ,,,4,,,,,,,,,,-,,4,,,,,. Principal, Elementary School ELIZABETHERS J. ANNICH ................................. . ESTHER BECK ,,,,,,,.,,.,,,.,,.,,, .,.,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,.,.,,.,,.. KATE K. BRINTON ........ FRANK R. COLE ,,,,,.,,,,,.,, Second Grade Fourth Grade Librarian EiiQiiih"2iLi2i's5bia1 studies WILLIAM M. cosr ,,,,,.,,,,., ............................. ...... S c ience CYNTHIA c. CROWN ,,,,,,,.. .,..,.,....,.................. T hird Grade LAHNA F. DISKIN ,.,,.,,,,,, ,,,,.. E nglish and Social Studies DORIS M. DOBBINS ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.... English and Social Studies JAY DUDLEY .,,,,,,,,,,.',,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,..,,.,......,.... Fourth Grade BARBARA ELLIS ,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,................. K indergarten SYDNEY R. ETTRINGHAM, IR. .. English and Social Studies RICHARD D. EVANS ,,,,,.,,,,,,.,......................... Fifth Grade MARIE FARCA ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,.,.,.................. s ixth Grade NANCY FROELICHER ...... WAYNE C. FULLER ..,............ ALBERT E. GAHWILER BARBARA 1. HARNED MARION E. HARTMAN ........ ........... NORMA HERRING ,,,,,.,,,,,,,. Kindergarten Mathematics Social Studies Sixth Grade Instrumental Music .. ............ Second Grade RICHARD C. HEWITT ....... JOAN KIRTLAND ................ STEPHEN C. KOVACS .. WADE C. CURRY Assistant Professor of Speech SIDNEY JORDAN Assistant Professor of Speech SCHOOL Social Studies English Mathematics DORIS K. LIEBERT ......... .,,.,.,,.,,,,, F ip-,gp Grade DORIS J. LOPER .......... .......,,,,,, s econd Gmde MARY MANLEY .............. ....... S pecial Educ-agion WILLIAM MAZZOLA ..... . JAY T. MILLS ................... ..... Science Industrial Arts HERMAN MINTZ ....-.....-..... ........ B usiness Educ-ayion WANDA K. MORGAN CHARLES H. RICHTER PATRICIA RINDGEN ,........ RALPH ROGERS ............. VERA M. ROWELL ......... HELEN J. SEKELEY ........ FRANK SPERDUTO ....... RICHARD F. STORER .......... BARBARA L. WEIGAND MAE ETTA wn.cox ......... . WILBUR 1. WIMBERG ....... ,,,,, Fifth crude English Fourth Grade Sixth Grade Third Grade First Grade Fifth Grade Mathematics Third Grade First Grade Physical Education r ' A.. fx. 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' fi lp: x . ,AA 1,51 STUDENTS From our hrs! year to the last, our wealth and scope of what we know zhcreased as we ourselves have grown. Q DICK SWANSON BRUCE FOSTER fd' GAIL HARRIS Secretary EDITH C. ABBOTT Health and Physical Education fi- f .ig . Xxjgkifgl , - . ,Ir v .xy . 'QQ r 1 , f r 1 ju .5 ,V Q I-.. ' qf - .rv .L A A . A '- ' I. , ef Us - M I . - ' V O : ,.-- ' . ,. 4. 5 President Vice President NV! THOMAS N. ACCIAVATTI Business Education SANDY BECK Treasurer DONALD J. ADAMS Elementary Q. 'T JOHN E. AGINS Industrial AHS BARBARA ANNE ALEXANDRE Kindergarten Primary ,fb 5 49" w if ' ,, 5 - "Nara BARBARA G. ANDERSON IRENE ANDREEFF English English 1 4 "ull lg.. , X I h n if Q V' V J V L T , 4 :L-,ly L EVELYN ANTONOPOULOS cMrs.J GAILIAPPLEGATAE fMrs.J Health and Physical Education Klndergarlen Primary A0 ROSEMARY AUER Business Education in QCN gy' DIANE AVERSA Elementary 15 155 fi ' A Ml' BARBARA BADISHIAN VIRGINIA L. BADINI E'e"'e"'a'y Business Education 1,57 ANTONIA BALLARE Elementary JUDY BANCROFT CMrs.J Elementary 3' CAROL BARNWELL English GAYLE OLIN BARTON English fk "B 1.11. 'VN iw y PATRICIA ANN BECK Mafhemaffcs SANDRA JEANNE BECK Elementary l 3' BEVERLY MERYL BERKE Kindergarten Primary JEROME BEROSH Industrial Arts LINDA RICHARDS BEVELHEIMER Elementary if 66- ,ft 47' 'V , '54 CAROL BIESKY Elementary QUILLIE BIVENS f-.P Elementary .Y Ti,- LOIS JOAN BINOVI Science .l BARBARA HEMINGWAY BITTENBINDER CMrs.J English JOHN BLACK Health and Physical EllHCafi0n SHEILA BETH BLOOM English Health and Physical Education Il? 'Qi 'C--sw CAROL BRADBURY Kindergarten Primary MARY CAROLE BRAND CMrs.D DEANFRATIS Science Elementary 'CZ gs. 'Uh 9 " I CAROL BRENNAN PAUL BREEN Kindergarten Primary Industrial Arts as EILEEN NEALE BRODY JOAN BREWER qMrs.y E'e"'en""y English -f-4' LOIS BRUNISHOLZ SAM BRUCCOLERI Business Education Health and Physical Education 4 .gf ff? KATHERINE BUONACORE Social Studies gud-4' WILLIAM R. CAPIE, JR. Science MARIANNE CAPP Elementary 11' 47 CATHERINE CARDINAL V! IRENE O. BURRIS Kindergarten Primary Aki M fa-F sf .Qi WN CMank0viChJ BARBARA CAPUTO Kindergarten Primary Kindergarten Primary ' CHESTER EDWIN CARSTEN GAIL CARMIGNANI Social Studies Elementary fxw 73 4'3" JONNIE SHARON CARTER English fs 26 MURIEL CAWLEY Elementary DOROTHY L. CARTWRIGHT ' JAMES A. CHERREY JR. Kindergarten Primary Industrial Arts gl .il 0y,,av-'Y N. Nix, ARISTOMEN ART CI-IILAKOS Health and Physical Education JUDITH ANN CHUNKO MARY LOU CLARK Science Elementary MARIA CHRISTINE CLARK English PAMELA COANE CAROL CLYDESDALE Speech Correction Elementary w 1-of '1"'1'V 'S JUDITH A. COHEN MARILYN COCUZZA Elememafy Elementary VIL JUDITH COHN BETH F. COHN General Elementary A Speech Arts ""J' BETTY JANE COLEMAN PHYLLIS A. coLAcUoR1 Elemfnfafy Elementary J UDITH ANN COLLIGAN Kindergarten Primary 4015 !""'S. A15 J UDITH CONNER English JUDITH D. CONOVER Elementary ,1 MARY BETH COLTON Elementary R. JAMES COOPER Industrial Arts A 45 J.. Q- RICHARD A. COPP Health and Physical Education DONALD A. COTGREAVE Industrial Arts LENA BRYANT CRAWLEY qMr5.9 DIANE CREITZ Kindefgaffen Primary Kindergarten Primary MYRON NEAL CORMAN OLA Industrial Arts JOSIAH W. CRANE Social Studies l',,..l: NANCY CRUM Elementary MAIJ A DAMBIS History JANET C. DALY Elementary Wh! 'Q' CLAIRE D'AMBROSIO Elementary fx BERNICE A. DAVIES CATHERINE M. DANLEY English Kindergarten Primary .4-3 EA,-Z TUB 43 2- , .fra ff 1 t +f Y A x , UL A r 1 vw WK if? W, ' ,tt JP' f , F 4. 2 5 'lr FRANK DE GREZIA Industrial Arts CAROLE ANN DELL Kindergarten Primary .Dx CONRAD A. DE RITIS Health and Physical Education 'slr' ,-., V It ,gl E, Q lf l l ' Ni. D, . K-l JANET VAN DERVEER CMrs.J Kindergarten Primary 'T-R' FLORENCE DE ROBERTIS Business Education 45.1 ROSE MARIE DE SANTIS Health and Physical Education f!! ,-X MARGUERITE DEUTZ Kindergarten Pnmary KATHRYN M. DE VINCENTIS Elementary gf: JUDITH DE WITT Elementary ELLIN HALL DIEHL History SUSAN DIGNEY fi Elementary CAROL DI GRAZIA K indergarten-Primary CARL DIX Business Education l Aug 1 ,Mc JANICE ANN DONALDSON Kindergarten Primary .df P BARBARA E. DOMANSKI Business Education 0,5 X , 'fps-0 SUSAN DOERT Social Studies AQ, 'J' PATRICIA H. DONNELLY ' WILLIAM G. DONNELLY Kindergarten Primary Industrial Arts I fm,-w ftyi ICT? EVAN R. DOPF Industrial Arts WILLIAM B. DYER II Elementary 5 FD' -R fn """7- DIANE DRANGULA Elementary 'If"""7- .........y- CAROL LEE DURMER CMrs.J Kindergarten Primary f I A., 4-5 YW! TTY lr,Tx'f7f4',f CLARE DVORANCHIK CAROLEE EARNHART Elementary Elementary 1,1 guns' CHRISTINE G. EBERI-IARDT Elementary LYNNE BARI ECKER Elementary '75 ,yn -,sf NANCY LEE EDWARDS Kindergarten Primary 'Q' N I A . I KATHLEEN D. EMERSON Elementary ' PATRICIA M. ENGELMAN Kindergarten Primary 0-5 'ls . 4- SUSAN BIESKY EPSTEIN fMrs.J Elementary '46 fix Lab LORRAINE ERHARDT Busmess Eclucatzon MARIANNE ESTERHOY Elementary 'S 'W' -1-'ff' '1 PATRICIA A. EVANKO Elementary ALICE FAGANS Health and Physical Education 'NVQ .S il DIANE FARBER qMf5.p Business Eflussflsfs NANCY KATHERINE FARRAR English ...ay TRUDY FEIL JOANNA J . FEDEYKO Elementary JOAN FENELI Kindergarten Primary English SYDNEY FIEMAN Kindergarten Primary a....,fx DARRAH L. FITZGERALD MARIE FOGGIA Elementary Elementary vii? MARGARET FOLEY Speech Arts GARY FORD Mathematics l AQS' BRUCE H. FOSTER Elementary .rf ' THOMAS FOX Elementary 11" BONNIE FRAME FREDY J. FRUHBEIS Elementary Industrial Arts 'EF ROCHELLE F UCHS History 'R JUDITH A. GALVIN Music Education txglw 1 '45, ' -3 E E fb MARIE SHIRLEY GARDNER GAIL GANT Health and Physical Education Health and Physical Education Q. ls. '. , ba-tp: '- . , 14' 1. . -7 Y Y' U Q'-s.,, , 4 xnx ff! x . Pf"""' x xi ROY W. GASKILL ALBERT G. GAs1oR Social Sfmlfes Industrial Arts X w'Q,,J'f 953. I - iii tr' V, 'ws ....n-P" Q di' ', 1' ta s I-Q-'jr ,L JAMES WAYNE GELTCH, JR. 1ndLlSll'f61l Arts SUZANNE GEMZA English 1,01 ELIZABETH ANNE GILLINGHAM Kindergarten Primary JAMES GILROY History ...L HU! '17 JUDITH C. GLASPEY Mathematics NANCY E. GLOECKNER Elementary MARILYN GOLDFINE Elementary ,qxflif -7' .L X' Aw I f-0? A R Q. "'- la XA ' h .V N SHIRLEY GOODMAN Science MARY ANN GORTATOWSKI Elementary VW' MICHAEL GRECCO JUDITH C Speech Correction ,Q AROL GRENELL English JO ANN M. GRAZIANO M czthematics MARIE GROSSO f'5 'QQ Mathematics CARMELA GUARINO JUDITH S. GUERIN Social Studies Speech Arts is f- , ELEANOR GUEAR CMrs.J Elementary ,tg-f' nl f -11' m. K CHRISTINE JQ GUNDLACH M . DOROTHY W' GUERNSEY C rs, Health and Physical Education Elementary HELEN JOANN GUSSIS Elementary 41" X, ARLENE D. GUZIK Business Education 4? nal' .p-nf' Ji RUSSELL HABEEB JR. A Industrial Arts QS' FAYE ANNE HAFITZ Elementary DEANNA DZIESINTA HAIGH CMrs.J Speech Arts K as-6 iffy' NELSON HALL Industrial Arts 1' . Y f .1 11: 'F'Ub"A A-Q4 1' '-'ff-rar 4 VERNON H. HALLOWELL, JR. Influsffial AHS CAROL J. HANDERHAN Elementary '73 ff" s 'PX NN--7-,r "6 DIANA L. HARBESON Music DOUGLAS HARRIS Elementary rf 2. ff - ,fy W, GAIL ELIZABETH HARRIS Elementary BARBARA ANN HARTUNG i Elementary 'Q A55 PATRICIA HASCHAK Elementary :"'-f1,- . ,A v 1 f RQ5: ,. .X X 3 I Y ,Q t ' V , N MARY ANN HASH rf' SANDOR HAVRAN Elementary X . MARJOLYN HEALY CMrs.J Elementary 75 BD K -ex. 1-L 'Q' i SANDRA HENCINSKI Elementary English JUDY HAVRILLA Elementary 41" 'TT JANE I-IENDRICKSON fMrs.j f-N df' rii Y, J Health and Physical Education CAROL ELIZABETH HIGGINS Elementary GARY HILTON Elementary as T? vang, BARBARA P. HIMBER CMrs.j Elementary 5 H7 K..- 1. Elementary Elementary ' - 15-A ? HARRY M. HOGAN Social Studies vi PATRICIA M. HOLLIS Kindergarten Primary fa. 5' 1 ji., DIANE V. HOLLOWAY CMrs.J Elementary 4-ful JOHN H. HOLLOWAY Science KAREN LEE HOUSEHOLDER ANTHONY CHARLES HORNER Kindergarten Primary Industrial Arts 'V+ HARRIET R. HOUSTON Health and Physical Education PAUL N. HOVELL Elementary l' KENNETH RICHARD HOWLETT Industrial Arts PHYLLIS HUBLER Health and Physical Education Z" f-"'fXxA MARILYN HUDASKO Elementary PATRICIA ELLEN HUGHES Business Education 'G' HOPE HUTCHINSON BARBARA ANNE HURD Dacia' Smdies Elementary r JOAN HUTCHISON Elementary ffm? THOMAS L. HUTCHISON Elementary '17 MARLENE BARBARA ILLARIO IRIS INVERSO Elementary Kindergarten Primary .ix BONNIE LEE IVORY Elementary WILLIAM JELINEK PATRICIA JOBES Kindergarten Primary Mathematics '-13 CAROLYN ANN JOHNSON Elementary Ji 'ivy Af I 'X JOYCE JOHNSON JANET L. JOHNSON , Kindergarten Primary Elementary h Qs--if MEREDYTHE A. JOHNSON Kindergarten Primary 3? PATRICK H. JOHNSON Elementary Car' .-47' MARILYN N. JONES DORCAS JOHNSTON Health and Physical Education Elementary 'f s-1 - MARILYN B. KADUSON Elementary ut' ELAINE KAPLAN Kindergarten Primary ff iL I RENEE KAPLOW fMrs.J Health and Physical Education ARLENE E. KARIAN Elementary fi .,,.'! Qi. JANE KARP Elementary KATHLEEN ANN KEARNEY Social Studies L JUNE ELLEN KEDERSHA Kindergarten Primary HOLLIE VIRGINIA KEEGAN English fix nina ARLENE KEREZSI FRANCES R' KENNEDY Social Studies, History Kindergarten Primary 'pd' SHIRLEY KERSEY LORNA C. KERR ieq, Elementary Health and Physical Education l 'S it 'Wk JOANNE M. KIELY WILLIAM KLEIN Mathematics Industrial Arts X ,,.,,..-, MARY S. KLESKEN '95- Elementary ELIZABETH KLINGER RICHARD KLUMB Elementary English -1 qt'V .gm HINDA KLINGHOFFER fMrs.J Elementary ,Q-.45- LORRAINE ANNE KNAPIK ROBERT P-A KONDRAS Elementary Elementary C55 MARYANN ANDREA KORCH V. JOYCE KOPPANYI Speech Am' Business Education 'Q-an MARILEE KOZLOWSKI Kindergarten Primary .-- tg., .. ff . b,-.-F N 'verb' Q ELAINE KUCHEN Elementary f ' 1 "-uf' ' Qf? JAMES G. KUSHMERICK JOHN M. KUDRICK Health and Physical Education Industrial Arts X:-""' JAMES LAWRENCE LADOTA Mafhemam JOANNE HERDRINA LA FLEUR English 'T A xr MICHALE D. LAIRD History JUDITH ROSE LANNING Kindergarten Primary gm. f ' . rr A .gif i , 5' f'7 'i f Q ,J ill' V f ' 5 fr' A ROSALIND MINSKOFF LEVINSON CMrs.J PATRICIA LENOX Music English lsr' wr' it ,f it .j PATRICIA DONNA LIPPINCOTT DARLENE T. L1MoL1 Elememmy 13' if A ' j' F, '-5 I, L f'-fx ,, .5 IQ' l MARIE HELENA LODGE Business Education ...gif L LORRAINE LOUIS Social Studies Music if ,s.il 'N C. OTTILIE T. LOVELL Mathematics CLAIRE LONGFIELD English 1nq.,,,,, ff' ELAINE LOYEK fMrs.J Business Education MARYANN JEAN LUCANIA Business Education ELLEN LUND Kindergarten Primary Kb 0' i 4,-If CLS? CAROLYN MACIOCI-I Speech Correction 'S 1447? 'CV if TOBY JOYCE MAHLER JOYCE MAIER English Elementary KZ. 3, M Y5 'UQ A KAREN MARCASON PATRICIA A. MALONEY E'emen""Y English 'Vt 7 CHARLOTTE MARGERUM Elementary ,f ELIZABETH ANN MARINELLO Elementary M 9 L iw., 'I A J - ANNETTE MARINO BRENDA MARINIELLO E'e"'en'a'Y Elementary ,nah-. 1499, 'U VW' I' ,T ,1",' KENNETH W. MARTELL Health and Physical Education ANN LEE MARTIN Elementary ,, .J M LEE MARZ Kindergarten Primary CLAIBORNE H MASON Industrial Arts ALICE M. MATTHEWS Kindergarten Primary MURIEL WYCKOFF MATTISON Kindergarten Primary 'Our' f-d""""' STEPHEN C. MCCLUSKEY Science fl? DELORIS J. MAZZAGATTI Health and Physical Education l..,,,, N In ROBERT MAURO Y-'P'-7' BARBARA L. MCCAUSLAND Mathematics lx PATRICIA ANN MCGUIRE Mathematics KATHLEEN McLAUGHLIN Kindergarten Primary H zstory LINDA MEGILL Elementary ROBERT METZ Health and Physical Education 2 AF M'-f , Q 5? , n , it if ,R - ' ' .- 4 4: I 'Z' - , ' 'fitwf ANTHONY E. MEYER ' gh Speech Correction it ' f'f.'9'Q,xf'QQf -'.'Q vii?-V-.-15-:21'Q5", if Qhiallwf JUDITH MARIE MILLER Kindergarten Primary RICHARD A. MILLER -'EAN MINARD Element r Mathematics H y ri IWN ......-I BARBARA MINKIN Kindergarten Primary FRANK JOHN MITCHELL Industrial Arts fx Qi fy, I WU' f 'CT' -......? -I THOMAS OTIS MOLINEUX Health and Physical Education X.:-Y SUSAN J . MORRIS Elementary CAROL MOREHOUSE Kindergarten Primary .Q FLORA E. MUHLEISEN Elementary :"5 .X .57- GERRIE MULLEN Hfsfofy ELAINE JEANETTE MUNI Speech Correction fx 'man M LJ A 3 PAULA LYN MURDICO Elementary Industrial Arts A YW ROBERT W. NANNAY f"N NICHOLAS NAPOLEON ELAINE M. NAROZNIAK History Elementary 'M'-7' f"'Nf ,. il JANET ANN NEWALL Elementary ,J '55 -uw I ELAINE NURKO Business Education JEAN L. NICKLIN Elementary GEORGIA NURKO Kindergarten Primary Gi ,fx . PATRICIA O'KEEFFE I CAROL S. OLDIS CMrs.J Elementary Elementary Auf? MARIANNE ONUSHKO 13 Elementary GEORGE LOUIS OPRE DOROTHY D. ORR Elementary Mathematics '17 ETHEL VERONICA ORLICK Elementary 'F' 1' GEORGE E. OSIF SUSAN LOUISE OSTMAN - Health and Physical Education Science 19 ..r,,,. QQ, 415 ALEXANDER G. PAPP KATHRYN H. OWENS qMrs.9 "ldu""i"' Am Business Education 'vos QA Xiu KATHY PAZDAN MARGARET PARRONCHI Health and Physical Education " 05,0 19:4 Hu, "- ' CAROL PEASE Kindergarten Primary Business Education 'Qjy ELIZABETH A. PERRY Elementary NANCY C. PETERSON Elementary I- . vu.. ,, K xi l 9 CAROL PHILIPSON' Elementary FRANK PICCINETTI JR. Elementary .1 1 POLLY PHILIPS Social Studies 1,1 11' ,-1' JON PIEJA Industrial Arts 'lvl DONNA PINKUS Elementary ,- XXX -'ll-ln. DAVID N. POINSETT l S d H 'stor FRANKLIN D. PINKUS Som 'H 'es' ' y Industrial Arts P'-Q AUX CAROL J . POLIACIK English 4 CAROLE PORRONI Kindergarten Primary l eq - MARIANNE POTOCKI GERTRUDE L. PROBSTING English Elementary , .fa 5 PATRICIA JOAN PSOTA Kindergarten Primary KATHLEEN PURSELL Speech Correction XE H , ,V Q ,,.-" I, , MARY ALICE QUIGLEY History 1 i nf NNN, BARBARA ANNE PULLER Elementary FRANCINE E. QUAYLE Elementary CAROL ANN RACKOSKI Health and Physical Education 3:2 'S' HERBERT M. RADEER CHRISTINE RAczKowsK1 E'em'f"'a'W Elementary J sown' SHEILA M. RANDOLPH Health' and Physical Education HELEN MICHELE REPKO English 1- lf' lg' M35 ' l CAROL A. RICCA Science BARBARA REZANKA Elementary R W Q BONNIE L. RICHEBACHER Health and Physical Education SUZANNE RICKER ., av"'!m 1 PAUL T. RIEGERT Industrial Arts 'Vw JANE M. RIESENFELD Mathematics Kindergarten Primary ALLEN I. RIFKIN Business Education WENDY CAROL RINGEISEN Elementary '27 PAUL R. RISTOW Health and Physical Education Elementary fi 'mfs ROBERT RI'I'I'ER Industrial Arts IU? Quovf IRENE RITTERMAN Elementary GEORGE RONALD RIZZO JAMES ROBERTS Social Studies l Industrial Arts ,vrx MARY ELLEN ROESCH Elementary JEAN ANN ROSL AN CATHERINE ROWAN Q English REGINA ELIZABETH ROGERS 'R J 'mv-ur JUDY RUPPERT WILLIAM R' RUDOLPH Kindergarten Primary Music 141-X -fl BARBARA ANN SABO ARTALEE RY-MAN Health and Physical Education ' Elementary LILLIAN SAKOWSKI Elementary D WS' ROBERTA JEAN SALLY Elementary fin LINDA CAROL SALMONSEN El f emen ary JOAN M. SARISKY Elementary ,..,xr'Jl 'A , " ' F , T. +V . 5. J fm- lil ' 5 lv, A if wt. ,wr MARY JANE SAUNDERS School N"'s"'g MARGARET SAVIERS Health and Physical Education ANGELO SCAROLA Industrzal Arts ROSALIND SCHATZMAN. N Elementary V , .51 3 -4- ,fr-Qt 'F avr Nd' inns? JOSEPH SCHIENHOLZ Hismy History 'fit f in--. RUTH ANN SCHILDHORN Elementary W-'19 STANLEY R. SCHULTZ NINA SCHWEITZER Health and Physical Education Elementary NATHANIEL SCHIENHOLZ ROSEMARY SCHULZE Elementary Q fd' Lff., LORRAINE N. SCULL r .1 Elementary BRUCE D. SEAMAN CAROLYN A. SEILER Mathematics Speech Arts i JUDITH D. SEDWICK Health and Physical Education AC' ' 'Baa' fx N CAROL SERWELL ELIZABETH ANN SEVERI Elementary Social Studies ,..-atv , . 5 AS? asf: sv 'UQ' V43 SUSAN ANN SHERMAN ANNA MARY SHARGO E'e"'e"""y Speech Correction FRED SIGAFOOS History LINDA DENISE SIGMUND Social Studies ARLENE F. SINGER Elementary JUDITH ANN SIMONDS Health and Physical Education 6 -CS" DOROTHY ANN SISCO Elementary '-5 MARYANN SLIWA History E. CHRISTINE SMITH Kindergarten Primary "7""j' GLORIA SMITH English JOYCE SKINNER Mathematics we 6 A I I W 4 'i wwf, rx V I 'i 'ff A I Q A in M 1 I A ' ,K 'X f 1- 3 f-'Vg PATRICIA ANN SMITH Elementary 'N yas I ,' at '1J7U firing? I' Illfgydfg .. Q' A., ,- P' ,qw 5, N .. , - f-'Sf .. ..g::f5 iff3,f'x:':ix' ,-1.1.31 .'::':,f : I .11-1z5'.,5'f'fs: 'ff . -:.." Sr - -iid", : ' ,:-52.1-rr. gt, .v-53, !:fQ51g?Z5f:Exgfj!ff5::'. g QW-,fzssagd::gssEa H . -0 . """ n- . , .111--E! 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TUNBRIDGE Eleme"'a'Y BARBARA LOUISE TUNISON Kindergarten Primary 7-RA JANE LIPPINCOTT TURNER English VALERIE URBANOWITZ Science 3:5-T "-sf .LJ -at lf JANE VAN ALST Science KATHLEEN VAN CZAK A Elementary tab A-wi R BARBARA MAE VARGA KENNETH E. VARCOE E'e"'en'a'y Mathematics 4 AY THERESA A. VENANZI Elementary I' BARBARA VERGALLA English Na. "ub- -..x-Q' CAROL VERGARI RAYMOND A. VERNER History Industrial A rts If 15' 'Bi N1 SUZANNE VOLOWITZ Elementary IRENE MARIE WALDRON SUSAN M. WALLING Elementary Elementary ik,-.5 'E A JENNIE K. WARD Health and Physical Education ,i 'UW CAROLYN J. WARREN ROBERT WEBER Kindergarten Primary Industrial Arts fx I 19' In-I' x --ff. ELIZABETH WEDEMEYER Kindergarten Primary JOYCE N. WHITE . Elementary GEORGE J. WEINROTH Speech Correction Y I 4 fri , R 'bf KENNETH WHITE History I . ROBERT H. WIDMANN MI' E, ELIZABETH WHITEHE AD Health and Physical Education Elementary . 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BURNESS CATHERINE MARY BURKART IRENE BURKE Health and Physical BURNS Industrial Arts Business Education lfdug-ation K indergarten-Primary ff 5? 4. 'ig ln- -. f J' 'Ut , D ' go ' y A. 1 S., 'rr as ,. J 4 ,L H f ,hi 'bg K , -X A .,. ' A 'wk ,,. M We -' . f if x Nia fy ll X' English FRANK L. PETER CANTANESE SUSAN CARSON JEAN CASPER CALLAHAN Health and Physical i Music Mapllwlayics Elementary Education RICHARD CENCI Helath and Physical Education I 'Z AIA . Z'-gllwir ft' " .g SR Q f J 'va PATRICIA CLARK Health and Physical Education JOHN COE Industrial Arts RONALD L. CHISTE Science T' SUSAN CLAYTON Business Education BARBARA JEAN COMISKEY Special Education I ,Q V A 1: F' , Y. A Cf- A 1,-,N X ,Q A iii I pi ' hx MARY CURTIS SHEILA DAKS Elementary Speech Arts ROSE DELIA Health and Physical KAREN JANE DELL Education Elementary Q lf' It , 'ig '1 ea A e, L ' ll A ll , Q2 3 str E! NICHOLAS JOSEPH DODD DISTEFANO Health and Physical Social Studies Education SONDRA A. CHOKO KAREN M. 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HERCKNER Health and Physical Education -'Q , 'iv rf'-Q ' 15: gg . ll. 1 I fl X .ft ' , 1 r' LINDA LEE HOFFMANN Elementary PATRICIA GETZINGER Special Education LR' -fx x-., I 7 KH- X 'J exif R MARILYN J EANNE GODLESKI Business Education ALICE GREGA Elementary , 5, li CAROLYN HAMRAH Kindergarten-Primary CATHERINE E. HERMAN Elementary ,QL V 1 , I .. v M. SUSAN HOFFMAN Health and Physical Education JO ANN GINDER Elementary ff 'TFP' A 4.4, 4 47" '45 .Y.x if--4 BARBARA GOLDBERG Special Education ALBERT GRIFFIN Social Studies mi-an fl' 1 - 'Y I f I as .1A'? JANICE J . HANKINS Health and Physical Education MRS. D. ARLENE HEWITT Business Education lgf W -'ng' F, , 'NJ' L 'nv I N-ff D JAMES HOOPER Music Education ' DIANE HUFF Elementary JUDY IANNIELLO Business Education MICHAEL GAIL ALICE IANNONE INGRAM KATHRYN INMAN Mathematics Elementary Education Science I T - is K' ew 'ki ' Q1 'C' 3' - 11: A 1 ? R 1 'J , MILDRED J UDITH J ELMERT CAROL ANN J ACOBUS Kindergarten-Primary JOHNSON Elementary Elementary BARBARA DOROTHY J OANNE JOHNSON JOHNSTON JOHNSTON Elementary Elementary Elflflellfafy . .J M 5' 3 ,7..v x it " tt, A H! 3 A ' 7 .-'Ls' I mx' NAN JORDAN RONALD KAMIN MARGARET KANE Health and Physical Industrial Arts History Education MARY LYNN PATRICIA KAUFER KAVALEK BEVERLY KAYE Mathematics K indergarten-Primary Elementary ' N N 5' 'IT' I . t e, Q- , is b w 6 . at v Y N .. ' Y A SHIRLEY KERVI JANET KINLER ROBERT Elementary Elementary KIRSCHBAUM Health and Physical Education Hg .' DOROTHY JOHNSON Business Education GEORGIEANNE J ONES' Science .fx I 49 fl' 4 A is? , -1 N RICH KANE History ALFRED EDISON KELLERS Mathematics ' -fi , al ,, ZX, 1, IP .P .C7 JOAN H. KLAUSNER Elementary -1 'Q t fine' v EILEEN JOHNSON K indergarten-Primary ROBERT J. JONES Health and Physical Education 1 'W' ' 1 if ' - ' xv I ,N - MARION KARP Elementary NICOLE JANET KEMPF Health and Physical Education fi SHARON KLEIMAN Elementary SUSAN JACKSON Elementary l 3 6: . 'A' 'E 1 FRANCES JOHNSON History VERA M. JONES Business Education S STEVEN KATZ Science GERALD KERRIGAN English DOROTHY E. KLEYO Business Education 113 NANCY FRANCINE KNECHTEL KLUNDER Health and Physical Business Education Education S "Y B I 'EJ rwp9w'w-. VH' Q.,-. i ,. I ' 'sa ,E n In It GEORGE KOTZ MARY JANE Industrial Arts KOWALCZYK Business Education PATRICIA JUDITH LATOURETTE LAZEROWITZ Elementary Elementary 2 4. 63 t at I 1 f X I . I Zisu wx 4, sf- -I li MICHAEL LEVINE RUTH LEVINE English Special Education CHARLES LLOYD PAUL LORAH Industrial A rts Science l 1 "' 2-av 4: fs 1 ,1-- ik BARBARA MANCUSO Kindergarten-Primary -v"'v WINNIE KOHLER Business Education UP? 4 I DOROTHY KRISS Elementary CAROL JEAN LEAVY Health and Physical Education Fi vf N1 -,' 'En R x., 'NLM LINDA S. LIEBERMAN Science CAROL MACCONNELL Elementary 4- QS? ,KL W 'T Q , MARIE A. MARINO JUDITH M. MASON Elementary Elementary PEARL KOLINER Elementary 2 'TI KAREN L. KRUGER Business Education JUDY LEIGH Health and Physical Education .- 1 fi' ,ix MARILYN KOLL K indergarten-Pri mary 'fb '32, 'sr L1 Y JOHN E.KULPA Music PATRICIA LEONARD English ,Q Q-PD .... ff- -4 -4 ft -A.. I EDWARD A. FRAN LINDSLEY LINDSLEY Elementary History CAROLE ADRIENNE E. MACDONALD MAIORANO Elementary Business Education 4, W ow six'-f Q ', N. gt 1 1, I V Q 3 6 'i "YQ y -,. I, gs '17 . ANNE MARIE MARIE MCCLURE MATRO Elementary Elementary MICHAEL E. KONDRK Science . 4' x ear 2 ? . 'w- X FRANCIS A. LA MONICA Mathematics PHILIP C. LEVBARG Elementary I I f I --1 fy vw- I ' 5 if EILEEN LISEHORA Business Education EILEEN L. MAKOW Elementary '-I X--. ? c N 'Z 1.43. WILLIAM J. MCEVOY Health and Physical Education BETTY MCDILL 649 .gs A. HN: ly MARGUERITE MIKA Elementary GLENN W. MORGAN Elementary 'ri' MARYANN MURPHY Elementary GERALD NICHOLLS Science Aff . GAIL L. OKIE English MARIBETH MCEWAN Business Education arg nl! THOMAS MILLER Elementary CAROL MORRELL Kindergarten-Primary .Af I 1 x I , , f ANITA NAAR Elementary CAROL NICKEL Business Education fg .53 WALTER OLSEN Social Studies WALTER R. MEEKINS Business Education il . ELAINE MINA Elementary KATHLEEN MORRIS Mathematics x .1-., ar. ms' rg' 1"17 Q1-F Y 7: Rv 1.-4' 'Ni -2 MARK A. NATH Industrial A rts DONNA J. NILSON Music 's -Us C., S 5 ll , KAREN OLSON Speech Correction THERESA MELROY BARBARA MESAR Elefiwilfafy Elementary I T67 5 5: . -. . 1 i 3. H X STEPHEN R. GERALD P. MIROTA MOONEY, JR. Business Education Social Studies LEAH ANNE MARY ELLEN MOUNCE MOYCE Elementary Education Elementary I LEWIS W. S. NEEDHAM, JR. Industrial Arts ANITA SUZANNE NYDICK Elementary 4' -eff RITA NEUMANN Mathematics EDMUND 0'BRIEN History SHEILA MESSER Elementary .X .swf Q... 'E , .A Q. . AX ,, ROCHELLE LYNN MORGOVSKY Science SANDRA MUELLER Speech Arts f '? 'Y I NANCY NEWTON Elementary MAUREEN O'BRIEN Business Education . .,, P3 ... W we . ' 5, 2 I h N ku " 35 . ,. - X - BARBARA J. ORAM BARBARA ORR PHYLLIS A.'ORR Business Education Hflllfll will Physical Health and Ph ygig-al -EdUC!1li0I1 Eduggfign SANDRA OSTROFF Kindergarten-Primary fs Q Km ,,.J",x ' WM, ' 1' . figt. f eff, MJ Rl --al. H . 'Y '3- 42 ,. J ANA PATERSON Mathematics HENRY R. PETERS Elementary PATRICIA ANN PINGITORE Mathematics JOHN M. POLITO Mathematics HENRY L. OWENS Science ,Q -4 x I ROBERT PATTEN Health and Physical Education BEVERLY PETERSON Elementary NICK PISANO Health and Physical Education JEFFREY C. POOLE Industrial Arts 9- 115 STUART M. PALMER Science ,- 1: 1 s '4- ,ww J UDITH ANN PAUL Business Education MICHAEL PETRUZZI Business Education cv: 12? BEVERLY J. PIZZAIA Elementary CAROL I. POSTHUMUS English Q . A 0.9 Y A03 I 'S' V l ' 1 LOUIS RABA ANDREA RABEL MARY I-I. 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KEVIN ROCHE Special Education '-'G LOUISE ROSSI CAROL RUBIN CAROL ANN DARLENE RUSSO Elementary Elementary RUBINSTEIN Elementary Elementary DONNA MARIE J OANN SADLEY MARY ST. JOHN SAMPSON DIANE SASSAMAN Business Education Elementary Science K indergarten-Primary . ,f y A .W H I f. N.. X I gf I ... E , ix, ' -' , . I K . in 4s SX rf, Pj We I Q 7, 4' L Jn , I A i Q Q LINDA SCHAAF GEORGE SCHERER PHILIP SCHEURER Elementary Health and Physical Special Education Education JACQUELINE SCHUPP ARNOLD MARGHERIT Health and Physical SCHWARTZ SI-IEILA SCULLY SERCHIA Education Industrial Arts Elementary BN-Ville-YS EdllCd!i0t1 .Mr "- :- w I T u A. .J . ' 9 x ""lJl ' ,z ., 1: 2 A , xv -N-,L , 5 C' 'tr H A .Ag D J ARTHUR SHADELL FRED SHAGNER JUDITI-I SHISLER WILLIAM C. Health and Physical Industrial Arts Special Education SINK, JR. Education I ndustrial A rts J oANN RONCA Elementary 6 " r MADELINE RYAN SANDRA SAUSVILLE Kindergarten-Primary 9 SUZANNE SETTEMBRE English JOSEPH INE ANN JOAN SLAVIN DONNA SMOOT M. CAROL SOARE SODA CAROL SOKOL Elementary Mathematics Elementary K indergarten-Primary Hi-WOW +5 , , - Ry, I Q- Vi -3 'vs ., 'za m T' R - , I -A 1 A-,. I M K .4 H I 2 I VA ' I sqm 6 C S 2 ,W I j "PM" . , I '- x XX X MRS. MARVIS DAVID SPERO PAMELA SOUCEK Speech Correction SPILATORE Elementary Speech Correction CATHERINE LINDA RICHARD A. ALICIA SPINNER SPOND MIRIAM SPOSATO STAMBERGER STARETS Kindergarten-Primary Mathematics Kindergarten-Primary Kindergarten-Primary IndustrialArts V 'I KIA Q. 'gs ,xl V. An Q' L 4 V", A Q -6' 1 , - ,. ..,.,,,.,,T,,- . 1 t 5 I , 'K' ll I if A " I PETER HOYT. NANCY STEUP SUSAN STEWARD LINDA STEMMER Health and Physical Elementary STEVENSON History Education Elementary CONSTANCE C. KENNETH E. AUGUST G. KATHLEEN STORY SHARON STIER STILLWELL STOLL, JR. STONAKER Health and Physical Sllfefh Cvfrevtion English Industrial Arts Elementary Education , .-- 1 ' k 'gps h . , ,R . , I . R ' ff' P . ,X 5 '- 1 VA 4 ' , 1 " xfiiai I -A XLS? w ' ,fmt -A ., '- 5 5 V17 if X , I DOROTHY STUART CAROL LARUE SHARON Kindergarten-Primary STURGEON SULLIVAN English Elementary BEVERLY SOLINSKY History 5' 4- , ,xt ' -4 ,, ,ag-,sf . xx, j M .. 5' .J - Q JIM STEFFEN Industrial Arts 9' , ,t 4, L.,- FRANCES STROHABER English JUDY ANN NANCY SUTPHEN ZIGMONT CAROLE B. SULZER SUSINSKI Health and Physical JANET SYBY TARGONSKI English Mathematics Education K indergarten-Primary Industrial Arts ' l ,N Q V L, ,I Q , "' I ,Q 5 it t. ' W' Q .7 -'QL 7, ng , V-4" ...a I I . . I Jul' 'tl ig I 1 A, :Ex ,,, ARLEEN THORIK BARBARA A. MARY ANN TOMA Elementary THORNTON Health and Physical Elementary Education CATHARINE ANN RAE TORGESEN WALTER J . TRUMBATORE JAMES M. Health and Physical TREACY ROBERT TRIVANE Health and Physical TUOZZOLO Education Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Education Music rg' t I 'F f T Y' Q - 5 ' 'l -Y 'Q v , Q 1- ' 1 J , Qf R' I, "1 it ' LENORE ULLRICH KATHERINE A. ELAINE VACCA JACK VANACORE Elementary UMSTEAD Elementary Health and Physical Elementary Education FRANCIS BARBARA VANDALEN, JR. VAN DER BEEK SHIRLEY VAN LIEU FRANK P. VANNOTE JANICE VAUGHAN Industrial Arts Elementary Elementary Music English nl A t 'A ' iw 6 wj J -4 f if I I J' tri E" M '3 t GF P 3. . ru .1 E ' I . . HOWARD VISION MARILYN VITALE PAMELA WAGNER H'-Vf0f.V Elementary K indergarten-Primary GERALD V. TEDESCO Music ROBERT TURNER Industrial Arts jr -I 'H sri .ll EDWARD H. VICKNER, .lR. Science ' Q , x .2 KAREN WAI-ILER Kindergarten-Primary RANDA WILLGING Elementary fx. LINDA YANIS Elementary , 2 ROSE MARIE WALLACE Elementary as '01 194 ' .-'S R ff-1 MARY RITA WARD Speech Correction 'ff Ss ' wr? ' R if r 'I KATHLEEN C. WATERS Health and Physical Education BARBARA A. WEI-I MARJORIE Health and Physical WHITTALL Education Speech Arts '-S . . I, 'R 'ln' A..- JUDITH WIENER JAMES WIESSEL. JR. LINDA WIGHTMAN Elementary Elementary K indergarten-Primary RICHARD A. PATRICIA WOJCIECI-IOWITZ JOAN N. WILLICH CYNTHIA WILSON Health and Physical WOLFERSBERGER Special Educafign Business Education Education Business Education s QW is WILLIAM WOODSON ' Music IRNA YARNOLD Business Education ,-X MARGARET ZILKA English 4, , ' 2 I , 4' . W' 'fo' 'A 'w-3 nf ELLEN C. EDWIN WRIGHT JOAN WOOLLEY Itfdll-Vffilll Aff-S' WYSOCHANSKY Elementary Kindergarten-Primary RAYMOND YOAST CAROLE ZACK ALANA ZADAREKY Ir1dustrialArts Elementary School Nurse -Q arg av M AA, I . us. Q ' ., x -K- it-rikv ,gg-'. L: f H , '-sv K MARGARET ZORN Elementary cv la BETTE-ANN ZWIGARD Elementary DORIS ANN WOODRUFF Health and Physical Education -.v 1 J , HENRY R. ZIELENSKY Elementary "ff -1 Rt i fi ' JOHN GILBERT BARBARA THOMAS President Treasurer FIRST ROW, left to right: Janice Comparri, Marie Blasse, Ginny THIRD ROW: Mille Evtuch, Ruth Becker, Barbara Bolig, Gail C Della Torre, Evelyne Forster, Patricia Ferreira. SECOND ROW: Ern, Janet Ellis, Carol Chace, Harriet Buechner. FOURTH ROW: Gaye Barraro, Bonnie Evans, Pat Broker, Joanne Console, Barbara Frank Fernandez, Richard Blatt, Donald Barnett, Ed Dragan. Donnell, Jean Carhart, Ronne Bassman, Carol Czado, Nancy Foley. FIRST ROW, left to right: Irene Kopec, Margie Gurtcheff, Grace Maryellen Karnincic, Kathy Hall, Carolyn Jezek, Carol Higgin- Howarth, Mary Hilton, Linda Kreisler, Lois Krautblatt, Mary Ellen botham, Sue Kaiser, Renee Howard, Linda Haasis. THIRD ROW: Greaney, Elizabeth Grayson, Paula Haulenbeck. SECOND ROW: Janey Jolly, Gerry Kozlowski, Dale Genberg, James Hyers, Jr. FIRST-ROW, left to right: Nancy Macia, Linda Morello, Carol Sue Morrow, Florence Laicher, Diane Manning, Louise Moini. SECOND ROW: Kay Norton, Irene Nixon, Ann Marie Lemire, Zoe Miller, Janet Mulcahy, Kathy LaBuza, Carolyn Larsen, Marion Nemec, Mad- eleine Miller, Judy Mason. THIRD ROW: William Popick, Howard 122 ' Metzamorte, Don Menditto, Joan Longworth, Laura-Jeanne Leger, Evelyn Olejar, Sue Millington, Stan Kazima, Barry Lefkowitz, Peter Martino. FOURTH ROW: Frank Mayer, Richard Mikolon, Robert Lutz, Donald Lanko. FIRST ROW, left to right: Madeline Sanislo, Janet Peterson, Barbara Susan Seitz, Jeanne Schusterman, Dianne Parmelli, Peter Plummer Pearl, Bette:Lynn Phillips, Anne Stoddard, Dorothy Robbins, Helen Gerard M. Papp. THIRD ROW: Thomas John Vincent Serwell Storozuk, Linda Sattler. SECOND ROW: Stanley Michael Smoller, Richard O. Spano, Fred Pfister, James Revill. ' il FIRST ROW, left to right: Anne-Marie Tosh, Carol Thorpe, Jeanne Y r 'ewicz, Roberta Spagn I , J W ' ' h k' B ' Zdanowicz, Anita Tulchin, Phyllis Yacovino, Veronica K. Williams, Tlzilflib ROW: Tom Williagwg, V:?nc!g:ul?l:vSOhetowlfhgvtglkli Ruth Tenney, Susan Taylor, Mary Ann Wedemeyer. SECOND ROW: Ron Yellin. ' ' Barbara Thomas, Elaine Van Houten, D. Winkie, Kenny Vliet, Bill 123 EIR' JACK H ERRITT President Q" JOHN MARTIN Vice-President Qi? BARBARA MONSUERT Secretary FIRST ROW, left to right: Ellen Cohen, Sue Barrett, Gale Carlsen, Jo Ann Cook, Carol Cooke, Anne Carlyon, Diane Boterus, Lucille Bocowy, Ninifa L. Apanel, Janice Brokaw. SECOND ROW: Kaye Covington, Arlene Crawford, Carol Baezewski, Sheila Angeloni, Su- san Briggs, Joan Brown, Sue Clauer, Joyce G. Bottinor, Shirley Catts, CLASS OF 1967 49:5 BARBARA ENGLE Treasurer Jo Anne Cincotta. THIRD ROW: Jo Ann Baker, Judith Bruene, Peggy Comerford, William Baetzel, Robert Cunniff, Michael Berger, Robert Concato, Pete Butler, Phyllis Cone, Gail Bousenberry, Nicho- las J. Bratis. FOURTH ROW: Francine Buono, Sherril Cohen, Kathy Corris, Jane Cicciu, Joyce Cohn, Lynne Culbert. FIRST ROW, left to right: Caroline Donnell, Barbara Emme, Elaine OND ROW: Jeanette Driggs, Sandra Dietrick, Patricia Felt, Fred R. Ferry. Janet Fleischmann, Linda Fruchterman, Shirley Earley, Lor- Ferrone. Jack Gene De Lage, Thomas Ennis, Anthony L. Dente, raine Decker, Gail Dickman, Janet Eisenhardt, Dorothy Devitt. SEC- Thomas Eastmond, Rose Marie Fenenic. FIRST ROW. left 10 right: EICHHOI' lCrl.r1inES, PatriCia,Hake, Shirley Ray Gibson, Ruth Haberkern, Valla Gryszkowiec, Patricia Hender- Gaff, JOYCC Gilicki, Belly I-OU Garzlckb Caml Glvsmckey. Cynthia son. THIRD ROW: Carol Jacob, Nancy Jesson Michael Jacobegz Grant, Marita Heffernan, Maria Giacobbe. SECOND ROW: Irene Edward Jennerich. ' ' Htldak, Beverlee Goodwin, Russel Grecco, Bob Handly, John Harris, 1 l25 i McGeehan, Maureen Korneski, Gail Lubisco, Jo Anne Jannicelli Jane Lackemacher. Robert Lash. Thomas Ingling, Victor Lisnyczys John Martin. FOURTH ROW: Laurie Hewitt, Valerie Doscher Sandy Keeling, Judie Marsand, Suzanne Meltzer. FIRST ROW, left to right: Carol Menzel, Jean Martin, Harriet Mur- ray, Linda Metz, Betsy Margerum, Linda Marinelli, Judi Miller, Pat Moran. SECOND ROW: Mary Jane Lotz, Sarah Knobel, Joanne Meinzer. Maureen Kennedy, Carol Levine. Sharon Luther, Irene Kost, Linda Jewett, Jean Manos. THIRD ROW: Robert Ludwig, Pat 12 ,,.f FIRST'ROW, left to right: Ellen Ruff, Paula Rover, Maryanne garet Nigrelli, Camille Nigrelli, Nancy McNiet, David Nase, Judy Raven, Rosie Rosen, Beth Pinkus, Susan Preston, Lynnette Palma, Roe, Richard Stevens, Susan Rossi, Beatrice Russo. THIRD ROW: Janet Petronis, Suzanne Marince, Dale Peterson. SECOND ROW: Donald Marshall, Gail Rosen, Al Riviera, Benee Rosenberg, Rich- Mirian Reiker, Susan Reynolds, Rip Rupinski, Carol Pearlman, Mar- ard Rebecca. 6 , l A L .W FIRST ROW, left to right: Carol Sincox, Barbara Sabo, Nancy Skasko. Gail Stanton, Joann Seidenwand, June Roork, Gail Stenti- ford. Dorothea Sutplieu, Barbara Sherey, Frances Skowronski. SEC- OND ROW: Elaine Sova, Linda Surowka, Mary Ann Scanlon, Leona Sherman, Margaret Seheuring, Maureen Solomon, Marilyn Schneider, Phyllis Stern, Nancy Scheckenbach, Pat Sheldon, Laura Spektor. is I l 'il FIRST ROW, left to right: Lois Wilmott, Noreen O'Donnell, Mary Ann Toten, Janet Toana, Eileen Timoney, Elizabeth White. SEC- Carol Anne Yurcisin, Marilyn Vergari, Eleanor Ann OND ROW: Williams, Marcia Laub, Monya Waskowich, Joyce Villiger, Pam Whitbeck, Jo Ann Townsend, Loretta Tomasello. THIRD ROW: THIRD ROW: Joyce Silagyi, Carolyn Sandkoff, Kathy Stark, De- licia Saltiel, Joan Granberg, Nancy Sapnar, Gail Steinberg, Carol Sbrilli, Gerald A. Risden, William J. Schendlinger, Thomas Sherman. FOURTH ROW: Powell Snarl, Donald Schulze, Betty Schmitt, John Uke Nowicky. Carole Trautman, Tom Vona, Pete Ward, Len Watson, Jim Weis- gerber, John Vandervee, Joe Weinbrecht, Nancy Turner. FOURTH ROW: George Tiedemann, Bob Wainwright, Edward Targonski, Bill Roberts. 12 FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS JACK CHIRIKDJIAN Egypt ffm' RUTH A. HUSBAND Scotland ' LADYLEASE REGERET GOODRIDGE Panama JOHN CALLEB ODIMA British East Africa SAMARNG PUANGROOTR TAN TZE TONG Malaysia ws- p V :V ' K 4, KARIN ROESSLER Germany HEINRICH RUCKELSHAUSEN Germany Trenton State College is proud to participate in an active foreign exchange program. Our stu- dents from Canada, Germany, and Scotland are with us on a reciprocal basis. With quietdignity and warm humor, our good friends have enriched the lives of all they met. Living with an international flavor has increased good fellowship and a cooperation and under- standing in our world. BARBARA WIGMORE Canada J I-X' if ,mu . l r X ' . , ,. Q . . . , . . ' K 5 I ,,k , , kv-w,51.:': .-, , . 1 . . 1 i ICQ, E . R K W-.X ,4-wi 2 N24 Jw yr' W ki I . 4 1, fre-'e'f"f' . gi fu ,. 3 V"-'rd a W e must have activities hz order to round out 'the teachers we are to become. JILL O'I-IARA JOSH WHITE N300 Years of Progress," the theme of this year's Fall Weekend was presented by the Student Executive Board on October 11, 12, and 13. It was an enjoyable weekend for Trenton State stu- dents. Many organizations and individuals spent hours preparing this program and were rewarded by a large attendance at all the events of the weekend. A Hootenanny was held Friday night in the old gym featuring Josh White, Jill O'Hara, Len Max- well, and the Heightsmen. FALL WEEKEND LEN MAXWELL THE HEIGHTSMEN .2 E: ROBERTA SPAGNOLA MISS T. S. C. AND RUNNERS-UP LEFT TO RIGHT: Bonnie Evans, El- len Woolley, and Roberta Spagnola. FINALISTS LEFT TO RIGHT: Carol Bradbury, Rosemarie De gherit Serchia, Miriam Spo- sato, Ellen Woolley, Bonnie Evans, Roberta Spagnola, Barbara Thomas. . Miss Trenton State One of the many highlights of the Fall Weekend was the crowning of a new Miss Trenton State. On Friday, October 11, 1963, Roberta Spagnola was presented to the students as Miss Trenton State 1963-64. The crown- ing ceremony took place during the intermission of the Hootenanny. Miss Spagnola will represent Trenton State College during the 1963-64 academic year. Second runner-up in the contest was Bonnie Evans, a sophomore. Ellen Woolley, a junior, was first runner-up. 'Ss I TN Santis, Ann Martin, Mar- Gene Dempsey and His Band. N sim Jay and The Americans Students at Fall Weekend dance. wE3I.4J"ff OMEEHAIEE3 t ew DEVIL! Capital City Five, Dixieland Jazz Miss Trenton State and her attendants at the float parade. , ' W The junior class's winning float. Miss Trenton State. THE FLO T PARADE The second place winner, Lambda Mu sorority. Philomathean Sigma float also a third place winner. The freshman class float tied for third. . W ...QV ,e ak1A,.2,.l'. I. ,V I if- , . it 1, -- lf,--. A highlight of the Fall Weekend was the annual Float Parade on campus. The fra- ternities, sororities, and other campus or- ganizations competed for prizes in the pa- rade. There were many excellent entries this year and the judges had a hard time de- termining the winners. All those who par- ticipated in constructing the many floats will remember the fun they had. 1 H!! www -I ' ""Uu 'V ' 'minima' 1 - - OUR GUESTS A sharp intellect, a keen wit, and an originality of approach are just some of the attributes of Anna Russell. This famous international concert comedienne appeared in Kendall Auditorium on November 20. Miss Russell has toured the English speak- ing world continuously for ten years. Her program, as all who attended will surely agree, was entertaining and highly Dr. George Kennan, noted expert in the field of foreign affairs. i Anna Russell stimulating. The Social Studies Association opened its program of lectures during the present college year on September 25, with an address by one of America's leading experts in the field of foreign affairs. Dr. George Kennan, who served until recently as Ambassador in Belgrade, spoke about "Yugoslavia Today." Dr. Kennan received the Pulitzer Prize for his book on Soviet-American relations. Among his many other works is the outstanding volume "Russia and the West Under Lenin and Stalin." ' The Alvin Ailey Dance Theater. 5... P' The Alvin Ailey Dance group in action. A-me nm, .,. aaaanb-.pu .. ,,,,5,... ,........ ' c V ,, .-I .,, 1-at tc 1'-: Y", -i us- . -...,.- H.-. ' 1lm1nn uruaun.. - " '-- ' The program committee of Trenton State College pre- sented The Alvin Ailey Dance Theater in Kendall Audi- torium on September 26. Mr. Ailey and his company have appeared in many dance festivals both in and out- side New York City including the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, World Dance Festival, and the New York Shakespeare Festival. Mr. Ailey and his company had a most successful tour of Australia and the Far East under President Kennedy's Special International Program for Cultural Presentations. M. E. N. C. Presents . All because of a music lesson to 41 parrot. A toast :Wt Rodolpho meets Mimi. Presented at a Thursday matinee and on Friday and Saturday evenings, was Puccini's "La Bo- heme." Directing was Mr. Robert Eckert, who also sung a lead role. The opera, sung in English, had a dual cast. Alternating the cast allowed for more people to profit from the experience. This first time presentation at Trenton State was indeed a success in experience gained, as well as enjoy- ment given. 46 13 9 Phi Epsilon Kappa presented its annual talent show to the college community Friday, December 13. There were many excellent perform- ances given by T.S.C. students in this show. In addition to arts and skits, a Phi Epsilon Kappa Tableau, dedicated to the late President Ken- nedy was featured. The audience attending this show determined the winners with their applause at the end of the perform- ances. Trophies were awarded to the winners. H . H .fm THE CHRISTMAS Talent Show Winners Marielaine Larasso and Anita Spezzano placed second in the talent show. 'E C27 . "au N i Gerry Marra was the third place talent show winner. SEASON The Christmas Formal. -sf 15-4 ' 'TCC f I ul' ""' H,.n1"W f . M Ph' 1 , . -1 Members of Philomathean Sigma take part in their annual Yule Log Ceremony. Carol Bradbury portrays "The Littlest Angel" in Theta Phi's annual Christmas program. fl' WW Julius Caesar, the first S.E.B. sponsored all- college dramatic production of the year was pre- sented November l and 2 in Kendall Hall. In the leading roles are Wayne Cowder as Julius Caesar, Nick Distefano as Anthony, Joe Wrobel as Cassius, Joe Myers as Casca, and George Horsefield as Brutus. The Trenton State College company captured the flavor of Rome and the themes which are still relevant to our times. Anyone who attended this production, and many students did, knows first hand of the excellent performance given by all members of the cast. . gf I uv' N midi A THURBER CARNIVAL Humor was the key word in A Thurber Clarnival, written by James Thurber, and directed for the Trenton State College au- dience by Dr. Wade Curry. In this play, an attempt to escape reality was the theme. Even the set was unrealistic, the furniture being cartoonistic and moving on an in- genious trcadmill, designed by Mr. Harold Hogstrom. This amusing farce on life brought joy and laughter to all concerned -cast, directors, crew, and certainly, the audience. The make-up must be right. X. ' K ., ,Tha-' "JLG M w:'?"' A. ,,w1'5 :asf A moment . . . for a word of advice. Behind the Scenes What's the next cue? Irving MacDowell was featured in "The Night the Bed Fell." Scenes from A Thurber Carnival Pat Cooke and Dave Poinsett, in a scene from "Mr. Preble Gets Rid of His Wife." In James Thurber's "File and Forget," Pat Cooke and Henry Stirckarz portray Miss Wynne and Mr. H. F. Cluffman, re- spectively. GREEK REVIEW Phi Epsilon Kappa tableau. '+: EP 5 ,i M -QKTF , lr- t lt, s',f' I . ja? .., r - Eh! " ' 1' , 145 'dll Westward Ho! The Greeks. Sigma Tau Chi performers. . u D. Du. On November 14 and, in Kendall Hall Audi- torium, the sororities and fraternities of Trenton State presented their annual Greek Review to the college students. This year's theme was Westward Ho! the Greeks. All of the Greeks helped make this an enjoyable and unforgettable production for all who attended. H 1 U i 'X M 1' A, 2 ti-if ',WW'w'QW"'-l!N1- www ' ig q-a':,,XX-X'-,rw ' y ,N , Qu i 5, Xw. -.nn 'wr r X f 'xmw '4"'tW,'Vl--l'W 'P X Y wn stv v JM" N X A -:M'nl"1- Q ,fgw-.3 Wgwytlig -Aw 4 'Xi 'r XiXwA,r 'H rr 1 ,te r M y , it -A ,Q At, - Qwlfatmio X-X me Ma. MFGXM .v +1 Wuxi- -rm HXv,wXvm nie, rm new 'Xv' " l i L X P . X XXV .-N W W. ittywt wvmilw' ww t rl t'-+29 " W' khlhlkiltlmftl'inW'i3hWG'l1Wf"ll??7f'sal'HW?wX tl 'fn 'IN N X l tmttfii ltliTl?t.X-fwnX lt N QA., X1 M X Pl 3 - vv'v'Ww41nWf 1 H. Sfmt' ".-+"'Ww"' '3Wi.it'l 'W XF X , r X , vt i . X M ll W lWfl?',1fl'.aW"r-zfiflyi.iXX:ihMQ'Vx'N,lg-'4lvf'X4li"qH.I"v."X.,xr+ if tm 1 , ,Q ty, t, Xa- my iw X ny Bl XX X. if .X L 1-X.t,.5A:. 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H Only one more class to schedule! ,IQ 1 'xxx 'f ,EXW '5,,rg . 9 . g -tw. ' I . -W. 1 , -, ., ' -M gs, A lv .H-Q"-'I ,""f:T"' ' . , - - . ' . , :M -2- . L - .- gn- . ,- -.-- , , -rv ,. . , L, W . U 1, mu , Q .hh-.n a SxL:.,,,m ,L 5. . in .mms use -7-erm..-f. . -. .,, , - ' ' V. 's-' ,'-4-w... QM 03. -Q' 'I I -' - -.--M f", .. 'hs ,, ,..... V .. -. , . '- 3- '- .gf-L -'-w ---..,... Q 'gi , 1 ' .qy.:.,. lf 4 Q- w-. , 4 . A 'tame--,, ' V. -. -x -- 1S?-'ff.,1..1'5'5f!2M.g::g5C:f':?f-F-f1r.,1.' "Are you sure these are all for one course?" L. o First in the 1963 float parade. lf. ,. .J if ' re "Orienteering,' now which way do we go?" Wapalane Bound. "Is this the cabin we have to find?" "Now that we made it back, we can relax! "Here, oh here are the jolly juniors! Safe, now in the senior class!" 91 L.. Well! We made it past the first door." "Almost through!!" sl, A agp: ' ' 1, 'y V' i '??m:31,'i' "At last! I can finally eat." F . I 9 an Class lecture. Entrance to the College Store. 0 5.1 "How many cokes do you want?" Cards ana' material for every occasion and project. 10" O V .. Xx f 4 1'-135 li' .H ,1 . nv ...pn 0 , , I New One Way-D0 Not Enter. 4 .v 'TEXMX . I ' KZ A-.. "If,-11 M 'wi 'i .. -Silt X 19.7l'-"fn Y 'A'1',"1' , n 'vw Le rf, 'fj ., , Cfrn'-.g, f .rf ,45.jf.M.L rmwazl .QQ .1 I. , 4345. C x ,N q N Ti -I .'..wV, "Nfl ,,".'f.' x , .gy Mg... 1-5.1.1--.,,m 4 Tff iAi1i2'i, fl 'fig' QTWVJ Qi' 3. K Q -1-'.q'.i'-3'.-37: "foci75'-'-',.y5i1-L':3'f"61143 Sm 319' 'WH' ' -4,:f'.,.:5"I"' 1- -.- wg, 'f17"'.v.' xy-:Y '-:-Q: 3 1: .fxql f ,"'.Cz.. .-1,:1-un f-..'a"- L A-. . "' 3 ' v A place conducive to learning. ' 'I NJ . X :Qty 'gap' 1 4-" I v"41BP" I W. 1 x V 'Y , .,l cm , 4 N ' 1. A ., . . .. ,,,A- mx ORGANIZATIGNS There are many opportunities to develop democratic FFIFZCWIBS. RAYMOND VERNER President DIANE CREITZ Secretary WALTER "SKIP" OLSEN Second Vice-President STUDENT EXECUTIVE BOARD OFFICERS President ..................... ..... R aymond Verner Second Vice-President ........ Walter "Skip" Olsen Secretary ..................... ........... D iane Creitz Treasurer ...... .... G ayle Sherman GAYLE SHERMAN Treasurer .-...,.-1...--.-1-vw.,-'uv-qi-u Historically, the faculty and administration have affirmed their sup- port of student participation in college affairs through the medium of Student Government. Since 1910, the Student Executive Board has been the student representative body of the Student Cooperative Asso- ciation, which consists of all registered students at Trenton State. S.E.B. membership is determined on the basis of eight elected representatives from each class and four officers which are elected from the student body as a whole. The budget is comprised of funds from the Student Activity Fee, which all students pay. The Student Executive Board allots funds to various organizations on campus which are responsible to the Board. The purpose of the organization is to cultivate a demo- cratic educational atmosphere in which the student may fully develop his potential capabilities, and to foster a spirit of cooperation among the various groups of the college. Participation is open to all students and their involvement is con- tinually encouraged by the Board. General meetings are conducted on a weekly basis with numerous committee meetings held during the week. The Student Executive Board is the center of all student activities on campus. The interaction of the Board, Faculty and Administration has a profound effect on campus life and is a worthwhile commitment of the student body. FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Spektor, M. Domanski, P. Bullock, L. Marinelli, L. Erdberg. SECOND ROW: E. Dragan, J. Vanacore, G. Sherman, W. Puzo, R. Verner, S. Olsen, C. Longfield, B. Solinsky. THIRD ROW: G. Carlsen, J. Skinner, H. Weber, J. Nicosia, L. Van- derbush, R. Stiebritz, K. Varcoe, R. Zielensky, K. Zoog, S. Clayton. FOURTH ROW: F. Van Dalen, B. Emener, B. Smith, T. Fox. FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Ferreira, N. Deutch, K. Gaylord, V. Dellatorreg E. Sosinski, L. Kerr, L. Bevelheimer, K. Norton, C. Dell. SECOND ROW: G. Rosen, C. Garrison, C. Wilson, L. Moini, N. Peterson, L. Krautblatt, J. White, C. Earnhart, D. Manning. THIRD ROW: B. Hartung, J. Conover, B. VanDerBeek, A. Kerezsi, J. Sadley, R. Zielensky, C. Racz- kowski, E. Diehl, D. Orr, A. Rymon. The purpose of the Student Education Association is to increase 1tS members understanding of education as a career and contribute to their personal and professional growth. It provides an opportunity for them to explore current educational trends and issues while giving them a chance to express their own opinions on these matters. This year, the S.E.A. was fortunate enough to have Mr. John Carrigan, National director of their organization, and Edwin Myers, the national student president of the Student Education Association address them during one of their meetings. The S.E.A. also enables its members to multiply their contacts with others preparing for the teaching profession. The S.E.A. also performs a valuable service for the college community as a whole by providing guides for all student groups visiting the campus. As a member, one receives the monthly magazines, the N.J.E.A. Review and the N.E.A. Journal. PROGRAM COMMITTEE The Program Committee is com- posed of both students and faculty members who are interested in see- lng that the college community is provided with appropriate programs throughout the year. Members of the committee also act as hosts and hostesses for the various groups per- forming on the campus. Both fac- ulty and students are invited to these receptions which are held after each major program. STUDENT EXCHANGE COMMITTEE LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Goodrich, E. Kohler, J. La Fleur, Chairmang J. Riesenfeld, J. Polito. The Motion Picture Committee's main function is the selecting and obtaining of films for the Saturday and Sunday movies shown on our campus. These pictures are present- ed free of charge to members of the college community and their guests. This program has been very success- ful during the last few years and is considered to be one of the best of its kind in the state ' 1 R. D , . . .. ...Q LEFT TO RIGHT Omer c Lloyd ,KW ,, I j . L. Wolcott, R. Blanco, T. Fox. The purpose of the Student Ex- change Committee is to organize and promote an international' awareness among students at Tren- ton State College. The committee, with help from the student body and scholarship assistance, sponsors for- eign students on campus each year. It also sponsors reciprocal annual exchanges with Canada, Scotland and Germany. Students from our campus visit abroad during the sum- mer by participation in the Experi- ment in International Living, and for three weeks each summer, for- eign students are brought to our campus through the Experiment Workshop. MOTION PICTURE COMMITTEE .pi "ln pi"" 9 . r-SX HU MAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE The Human Relations Committee studies and works toward the developing of better relations between different peoples on a state, national, and international level as well as on the campus. Films, discus- sions, guest speakers, and field trips will focus their attention on the culturally de- prived 'child this year. This committee works toward bringing interesting pro- grams to campus which not only aids the campus situation but help the students reap benefits as future teachers and future citi- zens. SNACK BAR COMMITTEE The Snack Bar Committee is the govern- ing body of all student functions taking place in the snack bar. The services rendered by the committee include the purchase of record albums, chess and checker sets and a television set: which may be used for the viewing of spe- cial events which are of interest to the col- lege community. The committee consists of members of the student body who are enthusiastic and concerned with the interests of their fellow students. l i ' A, T ' V, I I 4. kr , , i f' K, A-", 'L' s W' ' 8 4 A. A., 447' L 158 ' FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Harris, Co-Chairman: J. Solomon, Secretary. SECOND ROWS B. Little, B. Cohn, P. Leonard, G. Eitman, B. Bennett, M. Parronchi. THIRD ROW: J. Mac- Luskil, L. Goodridge, V. Williams, E. Kohler, H. Vision. FOURTH ROW: M. Warman, J. Odima, R. Goodrich. LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Lloyd, J. Calamoneri, J. Berosh, D. Sherman, N. Klein. I-IUB COMMITTEE During the last year the idea of a Col- lege Union has swept our campus. The Hub Committee was formed to facilitate the establishment of our Hub. The College Union is a program of ac- tivities designed to enrich the social and academic lives of students, faculty and staff. The union has a staff dedicated to assisting the college community in making purposeful use of the facilities that will soon be available at the Hub. FIRST ROW, left to right: M. W. Pruitt, D. Kleyo, C. Kingston, B. Puzo, R. Rosendale, S. Kuehn, R. Revere. SECOND ROW: W. J. Macak, R. Wheeler, R. Van Ness, B. Smith, E. O'Brien, J. Marchildon, D. Carew. KAPPA DELTA PI Kappa Delta Pi is the only honor society in America whose mem- bership includes both male and female graduate and undergraduate students. It has a total membership which exceeds that of any other educational fraternity or honor society in America. The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage high professional, intellectual, and per- sonal standards and recognize outstanding contributions to education. Gamma Zeta Chapter was installed at Trenton State College in May, 1931, and has since had a total of over 2000 student and faculty mem- bers. Initiation of Seniors is held in the fall at which time the Juniors join a pledge period. Successful pledges are initiated in February, and election of officers is held each Spring. The program of Kappa Delta Pi includes frequent closed dinner meetings and series of lectures open to the entire campus. Each year the group selects a theme for comprehensive treatment. In 1963-64 the theme was "Religion and Contemporary Man." FIRST ROW left to right: D. Orr J. Karp C. Clydesdale H. Repko K VanCzak, M., Healy, C. Seiler, M. Onushko, C. Warren, C. Poliacik. SEC- OND ROW: D. Zuzzio. J. LaFleur, L. Erhardt, D. Solwar, K. Varcoe, R. Wurtzel, G. Ford, J. Minard, N. Farrar, E. Nurko. E. Narozniak, S. Sher- man. THIRD ROW: B. Badishian, C. Longfield, V. Urbanowltz, L. Sal- ITIOIISCII. 9 APGAR SOCIETY The Austin C. Apgar Society is com- posed of students who share a common in- terest in science. These students meet reg- ularly to discuss current scientific ques- tions, hear speakers, see movies, plan re- search projects and field trips. The group has participated in many projects over the last few years and have learned much from their work. All is not "business" however, for the annual Christ- mas party attended by both students and faculty is always a big success. FIRST ROW, left to right: T. W. Fowler, Presi- dentg W. Capie, Vice President. SECOND ROW: A. Stoddard, D. Sampson, TreasurergG. Jones, Recording Secretaryg V. Urbanoqitz, R. Inman. THIRD ROW: G. Micholls, E. Vick- , ner, M. Kondrk, R. Zielensky. AL The Social Studies Association is an organization composed of Social STUDIES SOCIETY spirit among the student body. v-.ivff-1u..! ,V -. I-X . I if 5 lf ,A KL nj, Studies majors interested in advancing the historical climate of T.S.C. Outstanding lecturers engaged by Dr. Hirsch, adviser, have brought their respected views on the campus and have instilled an intellectual FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Park R. Schuster, Presidentg A. Kerezsi, J Raneri. SECOND ROW: J. Mastri ani, R. Blazovsky, G. Toth, G. Biggs WOMEN'S HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB The purposes of the Trenton State College Health and Physical Education Club are to: encourage membership in professional organizations, give all members an oppor- tunity to contribute to the health and physical education program, and provide an opportunity for personal pro- fessional growth. The club sponsors an annual "Curriculum Partyv and a demonstration, given every other year, which is attend- ed by people from throughout the state. The club engages guest speakers, conducts workshops and sends delegates to state and national conventions. FIRST ROW, left to right: I. Morinaka, L. Palma, R. Paul, B. Hansen, N. Jordan, A. Bucccroni, M. Reister, J. Foster, K. Gaylord. SECOND ROW: B. Sabo, J. Cly- mer, M. Burness, J. Leigh, Historian: J. Schupp, Record- ing Secretaryg M. Gardner, President: R. De Lia, Vice- Presidentg J. Mason, Treasurer, L. Leync, Corresponding Secretary, M. Bendotti. THIRD ROW: S. Rossi, J. Si- monds, S. Marince, M. Herckner, M. Toma, M. Baxter, J. Dougherty, G. Barraro, I. Martin, N. Foley, C. Jezek, N. Knechtel, C. Story, R. Blanco. A. Trumbatore, P. Clark. FOURTH ROW: M. Hoferek, G. Gant, B. Bram- son, K. Razdan, P. Orr. INTERNATIONAL CLUB The International Club is a rela- tively new addition to our campus activities, having been formed in the Spring of i62. Its purpose is the promotion of international under- standing through programs of a social-informational nature which would encourage the exchange, ap- preciation and understanding of different cultural backgrounds. Membership in this group is open s to all students, faculty, administra- tion, staff, and alumni of the .col- lege. Meetings are twice a month and they alternate between pro- grams of folk-singing, dancing and talks by our student travelers. FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Goodrich, Presi- dent. SECOND ROW: J. Riesenfeld, E. Koh- ler, P. Leonard, B. Cohn, M. Hoferek, B. Ben- nett, B. Little, J..Solomon. THIRD ROW: J. Polito, R. Husband, C. Posthumus, L. Mounce, V. Williams, S. Puangbottr, B. Wigmore, M. Eitman. FOURTH ROW: J. Odima, D. Har- ris, H. Ruckelshallsen, P. Fairhurst, S. Mueller, J. MacLuskie, H. Ruckelshallsen, H. Vision, K. Roessler, L. Goodridge. MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL Q CONFERENCE Trenton State College's chapter of MENC is an organization open to Music, Elementary and K-P ma- jors. Its main purpose is to promote the advancement of music in the public schools. The group sponsors concerts and trips for the college community and programs on music education for its members. CHOIR T The Choir is made up of people who meet the vocal and musical standards of the organization. The group performs both on and off campus. In the past they have performed for the MENC National Convention in con- junction with the Trenton State Brass Choir. The Choir also performs annually for several public schools in the state. The Choir, which is under the direction of Mr. Arthur N. Smith, has developed an impressive repertoire of the finest in choral music during its existence. l l . , 1 I . I , i 1 ., 'Q S.. T' 1 . I .1 , 1 1 ' . . A, T A . .. - .......:'-'.. ..' e mo The chorus and boys' glee club are both under the direction of Dr. Ruthann Harrison. The chorus puts on a concert opened to the college community and encourages all to participate. The boys' glee club has toured and given many enjoy- able performances. CHORUS AND BOYS, GLEE CLUB The Trenton State College orchestra is basically composed of music ma'ors, althou h other curriculums are also represented. This group gigs called upon several times throughout the year to pro- vide the orchestration for stage productions. They also present an an- nual childrenis concert. The orchestra functions as an educational body not only for those who enjoy being part of a "music making body," but also for those peo- ple who conduct the group and others who wish to test their ability to compose their own music. l N EWMAN CLUB FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Sakow ski, J. Roslan, E. Sosinski, P. Hughes C. Danley, President, P. Moran. C OND ROW: S. Badbois, J. Zdano wicz, M. Clough, J. Wojciechowski J. Cincotta, J. Jolly, L. Moini, M Dellner, A. Cizk, E. White, M. Kar nincic, K. Gaylord. THIRD ROW: G Ern, L. Wilmott, M. Kennedy, M Vergari. RELIGIOUS ORC NIZATIONS HILLEL FIRST ROW, left to right: T. Schnor- bus, Vice President: M. Galanty, Vice President. SECOND ROW: P. Koli- ner, A. Grudin, R. Rosen, Social Chairman: J. Schwartz, Publicity Chairman: S. Hersh, D. Pestka, Ways and Means Committee: R. Bassman. THIRD ROW: P. Levbarg, M. Cor- man, R. Wurtzel. INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Robinson, J. Clymer, Second Vice-President, M. Burness, First Vice-President, J. Skinner, President, L. Grayson, Secretary: M. Baxter, Treasurer: C. Stiles, J. Foster. SECOND ROW: D. Nilson, A. Trumbatore, R. Mikolon, G. Risden, R. Husband, I. Nixon. Morrow, J. Manos. J. Fedeyko. SEC- PROTESTANT FOUNDATION FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Martin, A. Stangs, T. McNally, Chaplaing P. Jobes, C. Warren. CANTEBURY FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Worthington, Wardcng M. Wedemeyer, Sdcretaryg C. Stiles, A. Trumbatore, P. Clynes, M. Whittall. Ht 16 - D RADIO STATION WTSC The purpose of WTSC is to serve the college and the community as a whole by broadcasting informative and entertaining programs. It also exists to satisfy the cul- tural needs of its listeners and to extend opportunities to those interested in the field of radio communication. The station has been inactive during much of '63, but is planning many interest- ing programs for second semester. Among the programs that will be presented in the spring are several featuring folk music, a show of variety music, a jazz concert, show tunes and a program of classical music. SEATEDQ C. Lloyd, President. STANDING, left to right: S. Helmstader, Vice Presidentg Dr. T. H. Herring, Faculty Advisorg C. Panko, Secretary Cabsenty 'tar FIRST ROW. right to left: B. Wurtzel, Station Managerg V. Williams Treasurerg F. Peacock, Technician Chairmang E. Ruda, Public Relations Managerg G. Goldman, Director Programming and Announcing. SECOND ROW: A. Riviera, J. Bellavita, Mr. S. Jordan, Advisorg R. Yellin. AMATEUR RADIO CLUB The purpose of the Amateur Radio Club, WBZBDS, is to foster interest in amateur radio, work for the improvement and entertainment of the membership and to raise the standards of radio. The club was founded in 1962 and was licensed by the Federal Communications Commission. It is now being relocated in its own room in the Industrial Arts building, Arm- strong Hall. The club is currently in the process of organizing its equipment and installing various antenna systems. The club has been able to contact many amateur stations in the United States as well as foreign countries around the world. LIONETTES I The Lionettes is one of, Trenton State's service clubs. Its members attend a series of training sessions in the fall to prepare them for their duties. The group provides service to the college com- munity by ushering at school functionsg hostessing for school activities, and serving at coffee hours, teas and other receptions on campus. FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Yacovino, L. Krautblatt, FIRST ROW' left to right: J' Gaycwski' M' F' R Bassman D Pcstka L French P Huulenbeek Vicc Clough' A' Rwlcm' SECOND ROW: J' Bella- Presidentg R. Spagnola, Prcsidcntg L. Niero, Secretary. vita, B. Lefkowltz, N, Ewinc. H523 1 1.3 ,jg:f,7,j." ij' 1 - L 1 fflbli-Jfg' . 1 A - . t md? , ., tt' 'W f.W'7'W:1iif'r-avtfmvnrfrti' tn 5' lin: '3 N N. Y'mi'f?"11' h' ' itilviiflkl 5313.5 , rv HW .'8l3'wUQ:1 ' . wi amy.: 1' er slr" XJ AJ J DEBATING CLUB The Debating Club is a comparatively new or- ganization, but it has made a name for itself dur- ing its existence on our campus. The club offers its members invaluable training and experience in various forms of public address, such as public speaking and discussion, as well as giving them the opportunity to participate in intramural and intercollegiate debating tournaments. LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Gleason, L. Leger, C. Chase. SECOND ROW: A. Grudin, J. Schwartz, M. Gurtcheff, S. Hersh. FOLK SIN CIN G CLUB The Folk Club is a relatively new group on the campus at Trenton State College. Their purposes are to provide an opportunity for students inter- ested in folk music to share with each other their talents, to study the nature of folk music, and to enjoy the singing and playing of this type of music. This club offers its members fascinating and re- warding experience in the increasingly popular media of folk music. B PHI ALPHA DELTA LEFT TO RIGHT: John Coe, James Geltch, William Donnelly, Jack Agins, Jon Pieja, Bob Wurtzel. STANDING: Myron Corman, Jim Biunno, slvezl Olufsen, Jim Porter, Walt Curry, Clay Mason. Steve Prodromo, Bob e er. Phi Alpha Delta was founded in 1925 as the Industrial Arts pro- fessional fraternity at Trenton State. It came into being through the efforts of a group of Industrial Arts majors interested in promoting fraternal ideals and common interests. This group manages to strike a blend between professional and social functions in its activities. The brothers participate in such professional activities as the Annual Fall Industrial Arts Conference and the state- wide conference as well as holding social-functions on the campus. They also built and donated the large bulletin board in Phelps lobby as a service to the college. PHI MU ALPHA SIN FONIA The music department of Trenton State College an- nounced the formation of the Lambda Nu Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia in March 1962. This is one of the largest men's professional music fraternities in the coun- try. Established in 1898 and national in scope Phi Mu Alpha has more than two hundred chapters in over forty states. One of the fraternity's major objectives is a dedi- cation to and an appreciation of good music. Fraternity membership is open to any person who shows a genuine appreciation of fine music. The brothers and pledges work together to maintain the high standards set up by the National office. Phi Mu carries with it a high degree of prestige. Among Sinfonia's membership are found some of the outstanding musicians of the day, performing in every major city and music center in the Nation. FIRST ROW, left to right: T. A. Passerella, Vice Presidentg M. Coallina Presilentg F. Van Note, Secretary. SECOND ROW: T. Gall, W. Popick F. Hess, B. Woodson, W. Hogan, T. Cardea, J. Tedesco, R. Hartley, Ser geant-at-Armsg R. Gottiaux, G. Papp. THIRD ROW: P. Levbarg, R. Worth- ington, J. Kulpa, P. Fanella, M. Kondrik, G. Small, I. Corelli. PHI EP ILO K PP Phi Epsilon Kappa was founded at the Normal College of the Ameri- can Gymnastic Union of Indianapolis in 1913. It is the only national professional fraternity for male students and teachers of health, physi- cal education and recreation. E.T.A. Chapter of Trenton State College was founded in 1924 and takes great pride in being the seventh oldest of the forty-five national chapters. The primary aim of the fraternity is to elevate and support the standards, ideals and ethics of those en- gaged in the field, and to un-ite them in true brotherly relations as well as professional activities. In the past Phi Epsilon Kappa has sponsored dances, physical fitness clinics and published programs for home football games. In addition to this, the fraternity has offered its services as guides to visiting teams and brought some prominent figures in the physical education field to the campus. Among the highlights of the fraternity's programs is the annual talent show and the senior dinner. FIRST ROW, left to right. P. Ristow, Corresponding Secretary: R. Patten Alumni Secretaryg B. Jones, Recording Secretary, R. Coppola, Presidentg B McEvoy, Vice President: B. Kirschbaum, Treasurer, A. Shadell, Historian C. Smith, Sergeant-at-Arms. SECOND ROW: S. Bruccoleri, J. Kudhmer ick, R. Cenci, W. Austin, H. Fielding, R. Scott, F. Schulz, R. Wojciecho wicz, P. Plummer, T. Cline, P. Bellini. THIRD ROW: T. Molineux, G Scherer. B. Widmann. J. Black, B. Metz, J. Haberkern, B. Libro, R. Hill J. Carrignn, J. Grill. D. Menditto. FOURTH ROW: K. Martell, J. Dodd B. Poetsch, F. Mayer, R. Compton, M. Cocn, K. Van Gilson, M. Fry, F Surgent, G. Petty. DORMITORY C UN CIL BLISS HOUSE COUNCIL FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Scherer, Resident Assistant, T. Fox, Resident Assistant, J. Nicosia. SECOND ROW: J. Hess, B. Williams. 1001150 BARRETT HOUSE COUNCIL SEATED: N. Hall, President. STANDING, left to right: D. Cochran, G. Morgan, Vice-Presidentg P. Breen, G. Ford, Resident Assistant, R. Swanson, D. Spero. BREWSTER COUNCIL FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Vitale, J. Chunko. SEC- OND ROW: E. Whitehead, R. DeSantis, J. Console, V. Badini. ELY HOUSE COUNCIL FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Cnpre, President: D. Smith Secretary, B. Smith, Treasurer, J. Ludota, Vice President ALLEN HOUSE COUNCIL LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Fain, M. Colton, S. Rossi, S. Ostman, B. Emme, B. Hartung. L4, - l il B ROADHURST HOUSE COUNCIL FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Galleta, B. Diehl, R. Ruimondo. ROW 2: B. Davies, J. Wojciechowski. l il l I 3 S , . l Q QR. . ffl r, WILLIAMS HOUSE COUNCIL FIRST ROW, lcft to right: M. Giacoble, M. Greaney, J. Pedersen, A. Stangs. SECOND ROW: V. Ritvo, J. Peterson, L. Harsin. GERKE HOUSE COUNCIL FIRST ROW left to ri t , gh 2 G. Ern, S. Millington. SEC- OND ROW: B. Wellman, J. Macconico. MCCLEES HOUSE COUNCIL FIRST ROW, left to righf: L. Sakowski, Area Chairmang B. Donnell, Presidentg L. Swrowka, Area Chairman. SECOND ROW: J. Bruene, Secretaryg J. Jannicelli, Area Chairmang C. Margerum, Area Chairman. DECKER HOUSE COUNCIL TOP TO BOTTOM: C. Longfield, P. Jobs, J. Cslabuse S. Ofsonka, H. Potishnak, G. Edsall. 'S f-tv LAKESIDE HOUSE COUNCIL LEFT TO RIGHT: W. Nicol, Presidentg J. Nicol, Treasurerg H. Downing, Vice President. Ulf? ,,......-- ,.....---A NORSWORTHY HOUSE COUNCIL FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Zrinscak, E. Loh- ler, E. Narozniak, J. Glaspey, K. Moroney, J. Moore. SECOND ROW: B. Beebe, C. Garri- son, C. Raczowski, S. Luther, C. Sincox. ,..---' , MASON HOUSE COUNCIL: FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Thorpe, Social Director, M. Sanislo, Secretary. SECOND ROW: J. Harker, M. McClure, S. Seitz, Treasurerg D. Woodruff, Area Chair- man, A. Kihm, Vice Presidentg M. Hanlon, President. D 7 t WOODSIDE HOUSE COUNCIL LEFT TO RIGHT: H. Dill, F. Van Dalen. x .1 Q 173 SOPHOMORE CLASS CABINET FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Shen- Ioogian, S. O'Keefe, C. Galletta, J. Calamaneri, B. Pearl, M. Nemec, N. Foley. SECOND ROW: R. Yellin, B. Wellman, E. Maccanico, S. Fishkin, F. Fernandez. FRESHMAN CLASS CABINET FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Engle, Treasurerg J. Martin, Vice Presidentg B. Monsaert, Secretary, J. Herrity, President Cabsentl. SECOND ROW: J. Patton, J. De Frino, M. Wasko- wich, M. Vergari, H. Murray, E. Ruff. THIRD ROW: G. Stanton, R. Lud- wig, B. Cunniff, F. Le Blanc, D. Nase, B. Pinkus, M. Hyatt. C SS JUNIOR CLASS CABINET FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Wiener, J. Polito, President, B. Kaye, Vice President, I. Burke, Secretary, R. Star- ets, Treasurer, F. Goldberg. SECOND ROW: M. McClure, D. Smoot, D. De Meis, J. Wysochansky, M. E. Moyle, B. Solinsky, S. Scully. THIRD ROW: J. Mooney, M. L. Kaufer, D. W. Cochran, L. Andrusky, L. Della Bar- ca. FOURTH ROW: R. Burkart, G. Morgan, R. Cubberley, J. Steffen, E. Woolley, B. Emener, B. McDill, J. Kulpa. ABI ET SENIOR CLASS CABINET FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Beck Treasurer, D. Swanson, President SECOND ROW: C. Dell, L. Bevelhei- mer, J. Daly, B. Hartung, S. Ostman B. Sabo. THIRD ROW: C. Earnhart P. Colacuori, C. Raczkowski, C. Ma son, G. Gant, M. B. Colton, J. Trap hagen. Q llh X N 3 mlxl ,. , Kiwi:- iaie nal The Students' Paper Since 1885 y, March 6, 1964 TRENTON STATE COLLEGE, TRENTON, N. J. SUSAN SHERMAN Editor-in-Chief Editor-in-Chief - ..ee. Associate Editor ,e,,,. . News Editor -E ,ee.,.,,e,. Photography Editor , Exchange Editor L Typzstr ,. .E .,.,.. Business Manager so 176 Circulation Managers ELIZABETH WHITEHEAD Associate Editor Sports Editor E ,..ee,ee L- Copy Editor ,,,,e Vol. LXXXVIII No. 19 STAFF Susan Sherman Elizabeth Whitehead S, . eee..... Ann Margerum Dave Cochran Clay Mason ,S Rick Mikolon Maryann Lucania ., ,A E Margaret Parronchi .E E as E Lois Willis Kathy Morris, Suzanne Gadbois ERNEST RYDELL Faculty Advisor FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Whitehead, Assistant Editorg S. Sherman, Editor in-Chief. SECOND ROW: S. Gadbois, Circulation Managerg R. Rosen J. Manos, M. Parronchi, C. D'Ambrosio, E. Kohler, Assistant Ex- change Editor. THIRD ROW: M. Kennedy, S. Earley, C. Mason, Photo Editor R. Mikolon, Copy Editorg R. Forte, Photographerg J. Conner, A. Margerum, News Editorg N. Cromwell. The State Signal is the pulse of the col- lege community. Through the pages of this publication the students of Trenton State are kept well informed on various campus activities. The paper also provides a forum where individuals may express their per- sonal opinions on issues important to them and to the college as a whole. A free press is a vital part of any "so- ciety" which considers itself a democracyg no less is true in the case of our school paper. By keeping us well informed it pro- vides a valuable service for the students of this campus. -slat 177 The many facets involved in publishing a yearbook can never be realized when looking at a completed edi- tion. Unless one has been involved in the arrangement of each page of every edition, and has collected write- ups, typed, alphabetized and proof-read, he can not fully appreciate the final copy. This is a rewarding experience, toward which the staff has contributed many hours of time, effort and talent. They deserve the thanks of all those connected with Trenton State College, for they have given unselfishly that the memories of 1963-1964 JOANNA J. FEDEYKO Editor-in-Chief SEAL FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Mason, Photo Editorg C. Dvoranchik, Under- classman Editor, L. Kerr, Organizations Editorg J. Simonds, Girls' Sports Editorg B. Foster, Men's Sports Editor. SECOND ROW: J. Cohn, R. Ten- ney, R. Forte, M. Karnincic, L. Wright. THIRD ROW: L. Knapik, B. Russo, B. Frame, Activities Editorg B. Varga, B. Perry, L. Erhardt, Business Manager. FOURTH ROW: L. Bevelhcimer, Foreign Student Editor, M. Wedemeyer, J. Jolly, J. Longworth, K. Seidelmann, J. White. might be enjoyed for many years to come. DR. MICHAEL TRAVERS Faculty Advisor "':f"" ,J-... MARY J. YENCARELLI ROCHELLE MORGOVSKY Senior Associate Editor Junior Associate Editor t X t ,A CLAY MASON Photographer ROBERT FORTE Photographer SEAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief .ee, ..v..,-....., .....,.. Joanna Fedeyko Senior Associate Editor ...4 A..,v, Mary Yencarelli Junior Associate Editor ...,.. or ...... Rochelle Morgovsky SECTION EDITORS Administration and Faculty ..,...ee Elizabeth Wedemeyer ' Ruth Tenney Assistant ........oec,c ., ..,,.,.,.,c,.,.,,e,...,,.,.,..., - Seniors , e.,...... ........ L J Lorraine Knapik Juniors .e....,..r....... .,.., , L Rochelle Morgovsky U nderclassmen ........ Clare Dvoranchik Foreign Exchange .... .,,.,. L inda Bevelheimer ' ' ' ..r,. ......... B onnie Frame Lorna Kerr Activities .......,.... Organizations ,e..... ......... ..M.. - Greeks ,c,ee..,.., ,........................,...... L ois Binovi Sports .....,.., ....,.. J udy Simonds, Bruce Foster Directory ,...... ....M............. . . ..,,H, Rochelle Morgovsky Carolyn Seidelmann, Joyce Cohn Photographers -, .... it .e.,............... Clay Mason, Bob Forte Business Manager ,. .,...... ..........,...... . Lorraine Erhardt Advisor .e,e................ .,.,,. D r. Michael A. Travers Distribution ....... Q-- .............. . .r.N. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia ASSISTANTS Justine Baumgarten, Sandra Beck, Ellin Diehl, Carolee Earnhart, Mary Ellen Karnincic, Betty Perry, Janet Pe- tronis, Beatrice Russo, Carol Shabazian, Barbara Varga, Mary Ann Wedemeyer, Joyce White. ,H ' H .r""l .- 4 -r F1 1 t q rf . ,,.-r -, . 10-. ., 5 ,utrvw '.-.M A 1.4.5 N' . K ' . N 'A " T ,J " A l U 'GI I . Through unity, strength, and l'0I'lllhLl6ll growth, we mature and take on more responsibilz'l1'es. The Intersorority Council of Trenton State College, composed of the presidents, vice-presidents, and sorority representatives of the eleven sororities on campus, han- dles the problems of intersorority concern. Intersorority Council provides an opportunity for the sororities to meet and work together and establishes the rules for the rush and pledging seasons. The annual Greek Review, the Christmas Formal, and the Pledge Show are projects sponsored by the Interso- rority Council in cooperation with the fraternities. It also gives support and gifts to a Colombian child under the Foster Parent Plan. INTER ORORITY COUNCIL OFFICERS President ,,,.....,t ttts.. M ary Yencarelli Vice-President -. i,t., ..,. Alice Pagans Recording Secretary ..,., Dorothy Kleyo Treasurer .... . .,.... .... . . Muriel Cawley A ssistant Secretary- Treasurer ,,ee,,...,.e ee,.. S haron Sullivan FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Kleyo, M. Cawley, M. Yencarclli, S. Sulli- van. SECOND ROW: C. Story, K. Waters, I. Yarnold, J. Pfeffer, F. De- Robertis, M. Bendotti, L. Einselen, C. Bernard, B. Weh. THIRD ROW: L. Frank, R. Repp, L. Glushenot, G. Carmignani, R. Jachimiak, J. Susinski, F. Esposito, B. Badishian, B. Taylor, C. Warren, B. Guenther. FOURTH ROW: M. Wedemeyer, L. Salmonsen, P. Colacuori, E. Muni, F. Duval, S. Daks, D. Smoot. FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Boas, C. Quigley, C. Friend, D. Sassaman, B. Taylor, B. Guenther, K. Dell, B. Donnell, C. Warren, J. Peterson. SECOND ROW: J. Com- parri, M. Flisser, J. Service, M. Whittall, E. Kohler, L. Scull, J. Bond, C. Morehouse, B. Thornton. THIRD ROW: B. Moch, S. Morgovsky, A. Emmons, J. Simonds, D. Solwar, B. Richebacher, L. Binovi, P. Haschak, M. Kowalczyk, C. Exley, C. Garrison. FOURTH ROW: C. Persinko, J. Vaughan, I. Burke, C. Margerum, M. Godleski, R. Becker, B. Zwigard, M. Hoferek, D. Degen, B. Burkhalter, C. Posthumus. FIFTH ROW: M. Raff, D. Niemiera, J. Shaw, J. Minard, C. Raczkowski, S. Morris, C. Poliacik, S. Gemza, M. Williams, A. Stangs, C. Herman, J. Cochran. ARGUROMUTHOS SIGM The green and white pixies of Arguromuthos Sigma sorority exem- plify in their emblem their belief in unity, strength, and friendship. Argo, the second oldest sorority at Trenton State College, was founded on Saint Patrick's Day, March 17, 1890, as a debating society, adopt- ing the lily-of-the-valley as its flower. The purpose of Arguromuthos Sigma is "to promote a unifying bond of sisterhood within the sorority." Opportunities for fun and service are provided through Argo's activi- ties which include pizza parties, the Family Picnic, Christmas Caroling Party, Saint Patrick's Day Dance, Installation Dinner, and Shore Week- end, as well as our service project, the Unionlndustrial Home, and the Alice L. Brewster Book Award, in memory of former members. The sisters express Argo spirit and pride as they sing their circle song, "Hail Arguromuthos: Hail Arguromuthos Noble and Strong To thee with loyal hearts We raise this song." FOUNDED: 1890 COLORS: Shamrock Green and White SYMBOL: Leprechaun OFFICERS President ...... ............. Beverly Taylor Vice-President ............ Barbara Guenther Recording Secretary ...... Diane Sassaman Corresponding Secretary ...... Karen Dell Alumnae Secretary ..........,..... Jane Boas Treasurer ............................ Carol Friend Historian ..............,....... Barbara Donnell Custodian ........................ Carol Quigley I.S.C. Representative .... Carolyn Warren Pledge Master . ......,..... Janice Peterson Advisor ...... ...... Mrs. Mary Yates FOUNDED: 1963 OFFICERS COLORS: Purple and Ivory president Donna Smoot SYMBOL: Venus Vice-President .... Barbara Park Secretary .,,.,,...,,.. Joy Cunningham Custodian .......,. Janet Jolly I.S.C. Repre- sentative ....... Mary Ann Wedemeyer FIRST Row, left to right: J. Cunningham, B. Park, D. smool, J. Jolly. Pledge Master -,--- Ann Trumbatore SECOND ROW: L. Bevelheimer, S. Ricker, S. Gadbois, C. Stiles, S. Bed- vard L Kerr, M. Wedemeyer. THIRD ROW: J. White, M. Schadewald, D Nllson, D. Williams, A. Trumbatore, I. Nixon, P. Fairhurst. CHI LAMBDA RHO Chi Lambda Rho, the youngest of eleven sororities, was born on the evening of February 21, 1963. Holding true to the traditions of her birth month, Chi Lambda Rho chose to select an amethyst as her jewel. Following the color scheme, royal purple, lavender, and ivory were chosen to represent this sorority. Because she was born under the star of hope, that same star serves to be her theme-Venus, the star of mys- tery, the morning star of hope, the evening star of faith, and the star of love. The lilac and violet are her flowers, and her symbol is the majestic white stag deer. The motto she lives under is hope, wisdom, unity. Chi Lambda Rho participates in the I.S.C. activities, but she also has some of her own. She has a Halloween party, a Christmas party, and a spring party in second semester. She starts her year with a picnic for her sisters, and she's ending the year with a spring formal charity dance. LMMIW .1-mm f , 'A' . ..f,...J ff . .. J .A .."" " 4' 'Y' " rr '. '- if. it ., . OFFICERS President ........................ Muriel Cawley Vice-President .................... Connie Story Recording Secretary ..... .... J udy Miller Corresponding Secretary ......, .... Virginia Badini Treasurer ....... ,....... E dna Eyre Historian .....,...,,............... Bette Murphy Custodian ..................,. Nancy McCarthy I.S.C. Representative ........ Alice Fagans Social Chairman ,........... Paula Desiderio Pledgemaster ......,..e Carol Higginbotham Advisor .......... ..... M iss Jessie R. Turk FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Higginbotham, P. Desiderio, V. Badini, C. Story, M. Cawley, J. Miller, E. Eyre, B. Murphy, N. McCarthy, A. Fagans. SECOND ROW: C. Dell, M. Bri- den, J. Kedersha, J. Adamo. J. Fordham, S. Hencinski, M. McGrath, L. Westphal, C. Morrell, J. Jelmert, R. Bush, A. Scelba. THIRD ROW: J. Dunn, P. Scalese, P. Thorn, B. Beisel, S. Scully, S. Garth, L. Erdberg, D. Wright, B. Solinsky, B. Kaye, A. Spinner. FOURTH ROW: P. Hughes, S. Layton, K. LaBuza, J. Cohen, M. Katsafouros, J. Pandoli, S. Ostman, P. Yaco- vino, C. Phillipson, B. Pizzaia, N. Foley, S. Kleiman, N. Knechtel, P. Beck. FIFTH ROW: J. Norberg, D. DeMeis, L. French, A. Maiorano, H. Buechner, L. Yams, S. Settembre, M. Hanlon, J. Ferguson, J. Skinner, N. Kempf, P. Orr, D. Carroll, R. Spagnola. FOUNDED: 1885 COLORS: Black and Gold SYMBOL: Indian GAMM Gamma's love is with you always. All through the years. Gamma Sigma was founded in 1885, making it the oldest sorority on campus. Its motto through the years has been and is now "to refine and elevate the mind." Gamma's interest in the college community is shown through such service projects as the installation of Chimes in Green Hall and a con- tribution towards the amplification system in the Student Union. The Nancy Raub Scholarship is given to a junior English major who carries the highest average in her field. These contributions of Gamma illus- trate the interest that its sisters have in the students of the college and the college itself. But Gamma's interests don't lie exclusively within the college com- munity. The "injuns" have enjoyed many good times together. The first big event of the year was the Harvest Moon Ball. Gamma's annual Christmas party followed soon after. The sisters along with all of the new papooses worked with Theta Nu Sigma in giving the annual Block Dance. As the year drew to a close the Alumni-Installation banquet was given by the seniors. The last so- cial event of the season was a shore weekend which consisted of fun, laughs, and many fond memories. ' FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Bellis, J. Zick, S. Messer, C. Rubin, S. Sullivan, P. McGuire B. Hartung, C. Jezek, D. Hall, D. Ruzzo. SECOND ROW: M. Esterhoy, E. Sosinski, G Howarth, S. Jackson, E. Davies, E. Poinsett, K. Olson, V. Cosma, J. Paterson, M. Berke L. Schaaf, C. MacConnell, C. Genovese. THIRD ROW: J. Ronca, S. Black, J. Gordon, J Flynn, P. Baylor, J. D'Angelo, C. Dziedzic, L. Andrusky, L. Oberc, C. Gross, J. Riegel FOURTH ROW: D. Field, S. Ofsonka, R. Jackimiak, B. Russo, L. Grayson, M. Toma, E Murphy, F. Quayle, N. Newton, S. Clayton, B. Lacomchiek, N. Rosenthal. FIFTH ROW: F Cannon, C. Conjundi, C. Sulzer, A. Thorik, L. Haasis, B. Applegate, P. Jobes, S. Barthelemy, A. Kolesarich, R. Schatzman, C. Longfield, N. Chadwick. OFFICERS President ,,,,.,,,,.,,..,..,,. Patricia McGuire Vice-President .............. Sharon Sullivan Recording Secretary ............ Carol Rubin Corresponding Secretary ...... Denise Hall Treasurer ............,.....,. Barbara Hartung Assistant Treasurer .......... Sheila Messer Sergeant-at-Arms ............ Carolyn Jezek Alumnae Secretary ...... Jacqueline Riegel Historian .,...,,.,,.,................ Linda Bellis Custodian ,..,....,....,S.. . .... Darlene Russo I.S.C. Representative .... Ruth J ackimiak Pledgemaster .......................... Julie Zlck Advisor ,,,,...... - ...,... Miss Doris M. Perry ION IAN SIGM FOUNDED: 1910 COLORS: Brown and Gold SYMBOL: Ionian Sea Fishes The history of Ionian Sigma 1S depicted by an open book of knowl edge and a lamp of learning. The three stars on the banner represent Sincerity, Sociability, and Service. A temple on the emblem denotes the strength of the sorority. The Brown and Gold colors are reflected in the flower, the Brown-eyed Susan. The sisters strive for friendship, intellectual satisfaction, and aid to fellowman. During the first semester the sisters sponsor a Parent-Sister Picnic, a bake sale for their service project-Toys for Joy, an Oldies but Goodies Dance, participation in the Fall Weekend parade, and the Greek Revue. The second semester brings on rushing, pledging, and loads of fun. "Daughters" begin their pledging by being welcomed at a spaghetti dinner and conclude it with the annual Pledge Show with the other sororities and fraternities. The sisters end their last weeks of school with a picnic for the children of the Industrial Home, a sister picnic at Bow- manis Hill, and a wonderful shore weekend at Seaside Heights. "If you try, you'll find me Where the sky meets the sea. Here am I, your Kappa Island, Come to me, come to me." Based on a Hawaiian theme, the colors of Kappa Beta Xi are aqua, for the shining sea, and sand, for the lovely shores of the Islands. In addition to a scheduled hour dance and Friday night dance, the sisters plan social hours, a Spring dinner-dance, a parent-daughter party, and a weekend at the shore Cregrettably not in Hawaiij. Around Christmas- time, the sorority entertains the elderly people at Morris Hall in Law- renceville. The symbols found in the sorority's crest exemplify the purposes of the sorority. The quest for knowledge is represented by the crossed keys, the extended palm exemplifies the friendship and hospitality of- fered to all. As an outgrowth of sisterhood, the sisters of Kappa Beta Xi together strive for good will, friendship, democratic principles, and scholarship among themselves as well as the college community. OFFICERS President ,.,....,....r,...,r..,.... Judy Susinski Vice-President .......rr,.... Irna Yarnold Recording Secretary .............. Janet Syby Treasurer ..r.,r,,..r............... Fran Lindsley Assistant Treasurer -- Jean Wojciechowski Historian ...,.... . ,.........,...... Joan Klausner Custodian ...., ................... Lois Shapiro I.S.C. Representative ........ Barbara Weh Pledgemaszer .,........,...,..... Mary Bechtel FOUNDED: 1958 COLORS: Aqua and Sand SYMBOL: Pineapple KAPPA BETA XI FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Klausner, F. Lindsley, J. Wojciechowski, L. Shapiro, I. Yarnold, J, Susinski, J, Syby, B. Weh, M. Bechtel. SECOND ROW: K. Morris, A. Karian, E. Vacca, S. Raho, B. Quick, S. Carson, H-,BUfl1S, T. Fell. THIRD ROW: N. Sutphen, A. Stern, M. Galanty, C. Leavy, A. Shango, J. Klely, E. Roesch, K. Pursell, G. Ferrier, J. Poinsett. FOURTH ROW: P. Koliner, K. Pazdan, J. Karp, M. Kleshen. 187 FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Grablachoff, M. Vitale, A. Bucceroni, F. Goldberg, F. De Robertis, M. Bendotti, E. Makow, N. Jordan, S. Tegyi, J. Pfeffer. SECOND ROW: B. Thomas, D. Manenty, M. Kuperman, R. Liebmann, J. La Fleur, B. Garrison, B. Sutterlin, J. Mason, A. Schiaretti, K. Umstead, M. Hiller. THIRD ROW: G. Harris, N. La Fleur, J. Sarisky, L. Krautblatt, N. Deutch, P. Smith, C. Gzado, J. Baumgarten, S. Day, M. Yencarelli, D. Parmelli. FOURTH ROW: C. Rubinstein, C. Dvoranchik, B. Perry, E. Fowler, B. Gilling- ham, R. Schulze, N. Gloeckner, L. Bouma, B. Wellman, L. Hoffmann. FOUNDED: 1958 COLORS: Blue and Grey ' SYMBOL: Cameo LAMBDA MU OFFICERS President .............. Florence De Robertis Vice-President ............ Maureen Bendotti Recording Secretary -- Francine Goldberg Corresponding Secretary -- Eileen Makow Treasurer ............................ Nan Jordan Historian .................... Andrea Bucceroni Chaplain ............................ Sandra Tegyi I.S.C. Representative ........ JoAnn Pfeffer Sergeant-at-Arms ............ Marilyn Vitale Pledgemaster ............ JoAnn Grablachoff Advisor ......... ........ M rs. Roland Glenn The spirit of Lambda Mu 1S distinctly seen in the ban ner of grey and blue. Blue signifies the dignity and re- sponsibility of womanhoodg grey, the quest for knowl- edge and understanding. The Sorority is active in working on a service project at the Trenton State Hospital, and every year sponsors the annual Book Exchange on campus. The many activities of the year include the spaghetti dinner given by the sophomore sisters, the Mother- Daughter Luncheon, the Jingle-Bell Rock with Omega Psi, the Father-Daughter Dinner-Dance, and the installa- tion banquet. The highlight of the year is the Southern Belle Ball, and, culminating the year's events, is Shore Week-End. Through these activities Lambda Mu feels it is fulfilling its purpose of supporting the cultural, intellec- tual, and' social life of Trenton State College. It is the hope of the sisters of Lambda Mu to continue and to add to these activities in the coming years. And so we sing: Sisters of Lambda are we, Proud and loyal we'll be Faithful and true in all that we do For you, Lambda Mu. Omega Psi. was founded as a sorority in 1958 with the motto, mln union there is strengthf' With this in mind, each sister strives for sin- cerity in her relationships with others and holds a high regard for the ideals of character befitting womanhood. Based on a theme of Royalty, the "princesses" of Omega Psi have pink and white for their symbol. The crown is indicative of the ideals of the sorority, while 'the torch of valor pierces the heart of love and understanding for one another. Since her founding, Omega Psi has had many successful year-round activities. These include an annual "Cafe Moulin Rouge" dance, the proceeds of which will be used toward a scholarship fund award to be presented at the Awards Assembly, a parent-daughter dinner, a Christ- mas drive for gifts and a Christmas party for the aged at the Odd Fel- lows Homeg co-sponsorship of an informal dance, "Jingle Bell Rock,', with Lambda Mug an Easter drive and May picnic for the children at St. Michael's Orphanage, a pledge hour dance, "Jester Jounce"g shore weekend in Juneg and special dessert and pizza parties. With character, dignity, and enthusiasm, each Omega Psi princess proudly sings: Omega Psi girls, loyal we'll always be Princesses who are filled with sincerity. . . ROW J Harker E VanHouten P Zorn C Arcadipane S Choko M Geiger M Mxrmo J Ianmello THIRD ROW K Culhton S Spmanger C Johnson D Orsini C Burns S Lubell S Kirchner M Jacabus B Ference M Sormno J Clark FOURTH ROW J Con sole R Owens S Flshkm J Qulrk P Coane L Sattler B Goldberg E Olejar A Szwaja L. Knopik S. Ming, S. Rodgers. FIFTH ROW: L. Abbott, M. Nemer, E. Johnson, J. Zdano- gviszz, Serwell, B. VanDerBeek, M. Herckner, M. Picarello, A. Grega, L. Rossi, C. Zack, . ene 1. FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Mazzagotti, J. McLaughlin, F. Esposito, R. Rarmondo, R. Wallace, L. Frank, B. Badishian, P. Clark, D. Kriss,.B. Pearl, B. Diehl, S. Kaiser. SECOND OMEG P I FOUNDED: 1958 COLORS: Pink and White SYMBOL: Lamb OFFICERS President ..... . ............ Barbara Badishian Vice-President .................... Linda Frank Recording Secretary ............. . .- Pat Clark Corresponding Secretary r ,..... - Rose Marie Wallace Treasurer' ,........ ........... Dorothy Kriss Historian ................... . ...... Barbara Diehl Sergeant-at-A rms ...... Rosalie Rarmondo I.S.C. Representative -- Florence Esposito Music Director ..,....,.............. Sue Kaiser Art Director ...... - ............. Barbara Pearl Literary Director .,.. Joanne McLaughlin Chairman of Senior Council ...... Deloris Mazzagatti FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Kraetsch, C. Brown, B. Fillips, J. Yo- dice, C. English, P. Zilka, L. Einselcn, L. Salmonsen, M. Murphy, M. Serchia, C. Clydesdale, D. Zuzzio, D. Cartwright, C. Bernard. SEC- OND ROW: M. Gurtcheff, G. Edsall, J. Cunningham, S. Damen, H. Potishnak, K. Pazienza, N. Steup, R. Blanco, A. Beaton, K. Stocker, G. Harris, P. Cooke, B. Smith, B. Alexandre, P. Murdico. THIRD ROW: T. Probsting, C. Hibbert, D. Stuart, C. Spond, P. Haulenbeek, PHILOM THE N SIGM OFFICERS President .................... Linda Salmonsen Vice-President .................. Loey Einselen Recording Secretary -- Margherite Serchia Corresponding Secretary ................ Maryann Murphy Alumnae Secretary .,...,,..... Carol English Peggy Zilka Chaplain .............. ..... C arol Clydesdale ' ' June Yodice Sergeant-at-Arms ........ Betty Ann Fillips Social Chairman .......... Dotty Cartwright I.S.C. Representative ...... Carol Bernard Finance Committee .......... Cathy Brown, Donna Zuzzio Pledgemaster .........,.... Roberta Kraetsch Advisor ..........e.. ..,. M rs. Edward Brink Treasurer ......,,..,.,..e,........ . H zstortan ,................,,....,.... FOUNDED: 1897 COLORS: Gold and White SYMBOL: Daisy M. Koll, M. Ryan, B. Domanski, R. Auer, M. Mika, K. DeVincentis K. Lawson. FOURTH ROW: S. Digney, E. Kuchen, M. Crawford M. Moyle, C. Lowrey, J. Rogers, J. Slavin, G. lhgram, S. Sparks, C Galletta, B. K. Kip, T. Domanski, B. Klinger. FIFTH ROW: M Drugan, M. Hudasko, M. Kowlowski, K. Pearce, V. Jones, B. Alexy P. Psota, J. Pedersen, E. Woolley, K. Koenig, A. Hensley, B. Barrett S. Mueller, S. Bloom. The life of a daisy sister is quite an active one indeed. Her year commences with the annual spa- ghettti dinner when the sisters are gathered for- mally for the first time. Preparation is soon made for the Auction, the proceeds of which are donated to World University Service, an organiza- tion which aids needy students and professors abroad. The Christmas season is a busy one for the daisies. Each year the college community joins the sisters in the lighting of the yule log. The ar- rival of spring is greeted with a burst of fashion, with the sisters displaying the glamour of the new season in their traditional fashion show. One of the highlights of the year is the Father-Daughter Dinner Dance, when Dad escorts his favorite girl for a night of fun. Mom is not forgotten either for she is the guest of honor at the Mother-Daughter Luncheon. The climax to each year is the melon and ice cream party when the daisies bid farewell to the senior sisters and all gather to sing: "Sister we are here together Though we'l1 someday part Still we'll hold our Philo friendships Deep within our heart." Y SIGMA SIGMA OFFICERS President . ........................... Elaine Muni Vice-President ...................... Fern Duval Recording Secretary ...... Cynthia Wilson Corresponding Secretary .,...,............ Linda Wightman Treasurer ....,.. ...,....... C arol Nickel Historian ..... ....... Marie Blasse Custodian ,............... ........, G ail Okie Pledgemaster ..,................. Ann Westlein I .S.C. Representative ...... Dorothy Kleyo Advisor ......,..................... Mrs. Mcllroy FOUNDED: 1897 COLORS: Red and White SYMBOL: Red and White Carnation The sorority theme of Sigma Sigma is Oriental. Sigma sisters proudly display their colors by wearing their red and white blazers. Their symbol is the red and white Car- nation. Sorority unity is expressed by the sorority motto "Sophos Sundaetaij' which means f'Wisely Bound To- getherf' The activities of the sisters include an annual marsh- mallow roast on ETX Island, the Book Display, the Sweetheart Swing in February, Alumni Day, the pledge- sponsored Cancer Drive in the spring, the Pledge Picnic and the last formal event, which is the Installation Din- ner. Finally the anxiously awaited shore weekend arrives when the sisters have a wonderful time at Seaside Heights. During the school year the sisters also enjoy their infor- mal holiday and pizza parties, and hour dance. The sis- ters have participated in campus activities such as the Float Parade, the Big Sweep and the Hub. Each sister is filled with nostalgia at the close of the school year when it comes time to bid departing seniors a fond farewell. However, departing sisters will always cherish in their hearts the words of Sigma's circle song: "Sisters of Sigma we'll always be, Happiness to which we hold the key, By which we -can unlock the door, And we'11 be happy forever more." FIRST ROW, left to right: A. Westlein, M. Blasse, L. Wightman, F. Duval, E. Muni, C. Wilson, C. Nickel, G. Okie. SECOND ROW: L. Morello, C. Clark, J. Glaspey, C. Ricca, B. Sh H. G ' L B ' R. C t 'ht A R bb' D. K1 .THIRD ROW ugerman, ussis, . ernasconi, ar wrig , . o ms, eyo : C. Hamrah, K. Householder, G. Weiss, D. Orr, K. Inman, J. Labowicz, M. Hilton, D. Samp- son, M. Feldhege, B. McCausland. 191 FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Mohr, C. MacDonald, L. Glushenok, P. Colacuori, M. Curtis, B. Evans, Z. Miller. SECOND ROW: B. Reed, V. Ritvo, C. Morrow, J. Shenloogian, J. Bruc coleri, M. LaRusso, J. Franchini, A. Naar, B. Sabo, C. D'Ambrosio, J. Wolfersberger, G Sherman, J. Kinler. THIRD ROW: M. Cocuzza, M. Kane, J. Palatella, J. Daly, R. DeSantis, J. Hart, B. Oram, F. Strohaber, P. Gartano, J. Wiener, D. Miele. FOURTH ROW: M. Del- Vecchio, J. Melius, J. Pestrak, S. Gottfried, C. Barnwell, E. Maccanico, D. Fain, R. Ripp, J. Hankins, P. Marquiss, E. Antonopolilos, K. Chonka, M. Sposato. FIFTH ROW: J. Trap- hagen, A. Martin, S. Hoffman, C. Macioch, R. Johnson, B. Mariniello, J. Daly, J. Grayano J. Ellis, C. Calbow, L. Miller, M. O'Brien, J. Sedwick, M. Colton. FOUNDED: 1910 COLORS: Blue and White SYMBOL: Angels and Devils The motto of Theta Phi is "Live to learn and learn to live." Theta Phi was founded as a sorority in 1910g its colors are blue and white, and its sym- bols are Angels and Devils. This background guides the Angels through a hectic year filled with varying activities. The year is off to a heavenly start with the annual watermelon party held at the home of the sorority's advisor. After this comes the annual Krazy Kapers Dance, various social get- togethers, and the dramatic presentation at Christ- mas time of "The Littlest Angel" on campus and at St. Michael's Orphanage. Next comes the hectic TI-IET PHI rush and pledge season which is climaxed by the "delicious" spaghetti dinner. One of the most enjoyable and cherished events of the year is the annual Dinner Dance. Following this, the Angels head for a fun-filled week-end at Seaside Heights, after which they begin preparing for the Spring Choir Concert. Last, but not least, comes the "Senior Farewell" on the island with the sound of "Theta Phi Girls, time has come for some to say adieu, but we will remember always, fun we've had with you." OFFICERS President ...................... Phyllis Colacuori Vice-President ............ Lydia Glushenok Corresponding Secretary ...... Mary Curtis Alumni Secretary .................. Rita Mohr Treasurer .................. Carole MacDonald Historian ............ ........... B onme Evans Custodian .............................. Judy Daly Pledge Master ........................ Zoe Miller Advisor .............. Mrs. Melvin R. Schmid ZETA TAU SIGMA OFFICERS President --,----,M,,-.,Y,,,,,,, Gail C3.I'I'I1igI13I1i Vice-President ,...., ........V -- Kathy Waters Recording Secretary ., . ... Mary St. John Assistant Treasurer .,...... Doris Woodruff Songmaster ,................, .......... Pledgemaster .................. Lois Willis Barbara James Sergeant-at-A rms .,......,. Cheryl Kaminer H lstorzan .........,A....,.........o.. Gayle Hesse I.S.C. Representative .......... Sheila Daks . . S Aavzsor ............ Mis Claire van Deusen Zeta Tau Sigma sorority was founded by seven sisters in 1958. The theme which these seven sisters chose was "Dogpatch Days." This theme of Li'l Abner and Daisy Mae can be found in all the activities and projects throughout the year. Some of the activities in which Zeta Tau Sigma participates include our annual dance, the charity project, spaghetti dinners, pizza parties, and bowling. One of the things our sisters look forward to and enjoy is the annual shore weekend held in June. The objectives of Zeta Tau Sigma include establishing traditions and carrying out its aim and motto of "Friendship and Loyalty above all,', along with acquainting all with the colors of Brown and White. Our flower is Wheat which symbolizes strength and purity. The spirit of Zeta Tau can be seen in each and every one of its sisters who not only enjoy their endeavors, but strive to promote the social, academic, and cultural standards of the college community. The warm feeling that the sisters have toward the sorority is represented by these words: Zeta Tau, we'll love thee Till the end of time And weill cherish thy name With great pride. FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Daks, C. Kaminer, B. James, D.'Woodruff, K. Waters, G. Camignani, M. St. John, G. Hesse, L. Willis, C. Danley, E. Orlick. SECOND ROW: M. Reister, F. Cappadona, T. Schnorbus, J. Schwartz, R. Schildhorn, I. Kopec, C. Ryan, D. A W lff L K 'l R P 1 THIRD ROW K Hall A Ciak J Roslan. FOUNDED: 1958 COLORS: Brown and White Pinkus, S. Hersh, . o , . reis er, . au . z . , . . , . A. Tosh, P. Leonard, C. Field, E. Murray, A. Grudin, C Toris, B. Bennett. FOURTH ROW: M. Consiglia, A. Rymon, C. Eberhardt, J. Raub, R. Howard, R. Poser, B. Yoos, J. Longworth, J. Sadley, M. Nemeth, S. Finkler. Q53 fy Fill i ma ly? FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Della Barca, D. Warren, T. Fowler, W. Meekins, R. Zielensky. SECOND ROW: J. Borek, P. Lorah, B. Lefkowitz, S. Huck, R. Lutz. THIRD ROW: G. Nicholls, E. Vickner, W. Capie, E. Linsley, E. Mankovich. ' Chartered October 14, 1961, Delta Chi Epsilon is one of the most recent additions to our fast growing community. The purpose of the fraternity as outlined in the charter is "To promote and protect the dig- nity and the development of the individual." This ideal is best achieved, the brothers of Delta Chi Epsilon believe, by means of a small closely knit group of mature, intelligent individuals. In the course of striving for this ideal, the brothers have pursued many programs involving not only themselves, but also the entire campus community. Previous activi- ties oriented toward the college community have included stereo record concerts, dances and assisting the College Union Board. Fraternity oriented activities include parties, picnics, cultural excursions, 'roller skating and camping trips. By having a large number of activities each year, the fraternity strives to accomplish its purpose and instill a spirit of brotherhood in the men who compose it. DELTA CHI EPSILON OFFICERS President - ................... Thaddeus Fowler Vice-President ................ .. David Warren Recording Secretary Ronald Zielensky Corresponding Secretary ........ ....... ,-- Walter Meekins Treasurer .........,........ Louis Della Barca Pledge Master ...... .. ............... John B0rCk FOUNDED: 1960 COLORS: Green and White Sigma Tau Chi Fraternity was established in 1934 to further promote the educational, social, and service as- pects of college life. Being composed of members of every curriculum, Sigma Tau Chi provides a wide and varied social program for its brothers. Of special note are the spring and fall picnics, Christmas party, hockey game in New York, Brotherhood Weekend, and Annual Dinner Dance. Sigma Tau Chi Island was presented to the fraternity in 1936 by President West. In 1961 President Martin further distinguished the brotherhood by presenting to them Sigma Tau Chi Fraternity Room in the Old Inn. Sigma Tau Chi first originated the idea of presenting books to the library in 1938. In addition the fraternity sponsors the Annual All College Sing, Foreign Film Se- ries, maintains the refreshment stands at sports events, and builds the bonfires for all pep rallies. S SIGMA TAU CHI OFFICERS President .......................... Robert Mauro Vice-President ................ Philip Scheures Recording Secretary ...... William Emney Corresponding Secretary ........ ..... A lfonse Pignataro Treasurer ......................... Thomas Fox Social Chairman ..,................. Paul Breen Advisor .............. Mr. Thomas Faughnan FOUNDED: 1934 COLORS: Maroon and White FIRST ROW, left to right: W. Emney, P. Scheures, R. Mauro, T. Fox, P. Breen, A. Pignataro. SECOND ROW: R. Burkart, H. Dill, B. Owens, B. Dorney, J. Mooney, D. Spero, D. Cochran, B. Kiker, R. Markly. THIRD ROW: F. Francisco, N. Hall, W. Jelinek, W. Nichol, J. Polito, J. Wiessel, E. Dragan, G. Bobik, T. Ritter, J. Gilbert. FOURTH ROW: R. Miller, J. Cooper, R. Ritter, R. Swanson, E. Wright, K. Varcoe, R. Kane, H. Down- ing, S. Kazima, G. Morgan, F. VanDalen. FIFTH ROW: R. Cale, M. Mrvica, R. Starets, A. Griffen, G. Ford, R. Fiorello, R. Smith, F. Mitchell, J. Steffen, S. Zweback, J. Ladota. FOUNDED: 1928 COLORS: Blue and White THETA NU SIGMA FIRST ROW, left to right: H. Stout, J. Tedesco, W. Bitner, E. Dopf, R. DeRosa, J. Hinds R. Chiste, J. Hooper, R. Warren, Mr. J. Karras. SECOND ROW: M. Iannone, T. Miller, V Hallowell, J. Post. J. Mastriani, J. Batistoni, R. Schuster, R. Hartley, W. Sink, R. Sabo, R Forte, A. Schwartz. THIRD ROW:. L. Giambrone, G. Weinroth, J. Mammon, B. Hoey, S Capelli, B. Woodson, R. Trivane, J. Scelfo, W. Seibel, R. Bimbi, W. Treacy. FOURTH ROW: J. Ruocco, J. Wolfersberger, R. B. Hughes, J. Nicol, J. Odima, R. Blazovsky, J. Ferrante M. Grecco, G. Opre. FIFTH ROW: Z. Targonski, K. Howlett, C. Mason, J. Poole, B. Light- body, J. DeHaan, J. Graceffo, E. O'Brien, J. Kulpa, E. Ownes. Since its establishment in 1928, Theta Nu Sigma has existed as the oldest social fraternity on campus. The word social is an important concept to the brothers, for it is the key to our existence. However, as important as the social needs of the brothers are, Theta Nu also benefits the entire school and surrounding community through recreational in- terludes, including the annual show with Theta Phi Sigma. This year Theta Nu has expanded its range of achievements by presenting the number "John Henryi' in the Greek Review and co-sponsoring a show with Phi Mu Alpha. Theta Nu also has brought to the campus this year the film "Animal Farm," has ushered for the Social Studies Club, and presented the first annual campus dance of the year. In connection with the social aspects of the fraternity, Theta.Nu is a strong participant in the Men's Intramural Program, placing winning teams in each sport. Along with the annual Dinner-Dance and Picnic, Theta Nu also takes annual trips to athletic events, and has an annual Ski Weekend and Shore Weekend. Each spring Theta Nu Sigma con- ducts a unique pledge season-a pledge season in which pledge and brother begin a friendship which will be bonded through the years under the banner of blue and white. This is brotherhood. This is Theta Nu Sigma. OFFICERS President ......... ....... P hilip Tumminia Vice-President ................ Ronald DeRosa Recording Secretary .............. John Hinds Corresponding Secretary ........ ..... E van R. Dopf Alumni Secretary ..... ....... R on Chiste Treasurer ..... ...... W alter Bitner Historian ............................ Harold Stout Master of Ceremonies .......... John Nicol Chorus Director ....... ..... J im H0Oper Band Director ....... ..... J erry Tedesco Advisor ,.... ....... M r. John Karras New Professional Fraternity be-E. Delta Psi Kappa was founded at the Normal College of the American Gymnastic Union of Indianapolis on October 23, 1916. It is a national professional fraternity for female students and teachers of health, physical edu- cation and recreation. Just as Delta Psi Kappa became a reality on October 23, 1916, with a membership of thir- teen, Beta Epsilon Chapter became a reality on the cam- pus of Trenton State College on January 30, 1964, with again a membership of thirteen. Delta Psi Kappa takes great pride in the membership of the Professional Pan- hellenic Association and its membership with the Ameri- can Association for Health, Physical Education and Rec- reation becoming affiliated in 1939, and stands for the high ideals and principles of that organization. The primary purpose of Delta Psi Kappa is to recog- nize worthwhile achievement of women in Physical Edu- cation and develop interest therein, and to promote greater fellowship among women in this field of activity. Future functions of Delta Psi Kappa will be through the sponsorship of clinics, workshops and exhibitiions to better serve the college community. This year's plans in- clude installation of the charter members and an activity clinic. In addition Delta Psi Kappa will function as a guiding organization for incoming applicants in the field of Physical Education. DELTA PSI KAPPA OFFICERS President ............. .......,.,,, R ose De Lia NViCe President ............ 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FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Lecak, M. Toma, M. Curtis, C. Serwell, N. Glenz, R. DeLia, A. Trumbatore. SECOND ROW: N. Sutphen, N. Foley, M. Baxter, J. Mason, L. Heyne, D. Carroll, J. Leigh, D. Ayers, B. Hansen. WOMENS RECREATION ASSOCIATION Beginning in 1905 under the Normal Athletic Association which was primarily concerned with varsity basketball, today's Women's Rec- reational Association has developed into a thriving organization offer- ing such activities as archery, basketball, hockey, lacrosse, softball, vol- leyball, modern dance, rhythmic swimming, outing club, and co-edu- cational recreation. The membership of the W.R.A. is composed of all the women at Trenton State. The activities of the association are organized and di- rected by the members of the Legislative Board. The Board firmly be- lieves that a worthy use of leisure time is essential to all college women. To quote the purpose from the W.R.A. constitution . . . ". . . to foster and promote a program which will initiate a desire to participate in activities, and provide opportunity for a great degree of enjoyment to every woman enrolled in the college." OFFICERS President ....... ....... C arol Serwell Vice-President ..... ........ E die Abbott Corresponding Secretary .................. Mary Ann Toma Recording Secretary ............ Mary Curtis Treasurer ................. ........ N ancy GICIIZ A The Aquatic Arts Club opens its season in late September by inviting all those interested in syn- chronized swimming to join the seasoned veterans .vw '1 al 7 AQUATIC ARTS ll:-xi' in another year of watery fun. The girls partici- pating are grouped according to ability and meet once a week to learn new stunts and strokes--and to practice those already learned. A show which is given by the club members for the college and visitors brings a climax to the year's program. af' rp Elf SWIM CLUB The Swim Club offers an opportunity to learn the skills and techniques of competitive swimming and div- ing. Instruction is offered on all levels of accomplish- ment. There is intramural competition and also a chance to compete in dual meets with other colleges. The breast stroke, butterfly stroke, free style, and back crawl are among the many events in which the girls compete. x ' In X- I I!! uliig jg-L. ' letra, Mkh, be I ff From the gym you can hear the merry din of players, and rooters' voices mingled with the swish of the net and the bounce of the basketball as the basketball season is opened. There never is a dull moment in this most popular of sports. Skills are im- proved, rules learned, and one game after another is played, enjoyed, won, lost. This year an intramural program and an opportunity, for those who are interested, to participate with other colleges were of- fered. Hockey, a W.R.A. sponsored activity, is a most popular fall sport. Due to the many hours of prac- tice and fun, this year's season proved to be highly successful. A record of three wins and one loss was established. Each year a scholarship is given to one girl to attend Merestead Hockey Camp in Maine. This year's winner is Jane Foster. BASKETBALL HOCKEY U X . .LL .... . ,, The modern dance club offers opportunity for both men and women to develop their dance potential. There are three groups and if you are interested there is a place for you in one of the groups. Through techniques and movement explanation, you will soon be able to hold your own in group choreogra- phy and know the excitement of performing your own creation. A spring program is the climax to the year's work. LACROSSE MODERN DANCE v Lacrosse was introduced as a recreational activity three years ago, at Trenton State. Lacrosse was origi- nated, centuries ago, by a tribe of Indians living .in Canada. The lacrosse group meets twice a week to learn new skills and to improve old ones. This year the Trenton State Lacrosse Club spon- sored a lacrosse clinic for the New Jersey Women's Asso- ciation for Lacrosse. Again this year lacrosse offered excitement and fun for all those participating. ...Q 2 Bonnie Ivory, Dottie Mohr Lynne Ecker, Sue Hoffman .W,f,-.. 1' Cb CHEERLEADERS Again this year, the TSC cheerleaders were seen at every game, cheering our team on to vic- tory. They started off with the pep-rally and bon- fire before the first game, and there stayed behind the men on our team cheering them on to victory, v throughout the season. Captain: Bonnie Ivory, Co-captain: Lynn Ecker. TWIRLERS The Trenton State Twirlers were organ- ized this year. They performed at the foot- ball games along with the newly organized marching band. The twirlers are looking forward to many more seasons of perform- ance. FRONT ROW. left to right: Carol Menpel and Veronica Orban, co-cap tains. SECOND ROW: Lee Ann Smith, Marianne Kern, Carol Pearlman Barbara Wield, Nancy Cromwell. null ll The Men's Athletic Association is the govern- ing body of all men's sports at Trenton State. The aim of the organization is to provide organized athletics for all the men of the college. The varsity athletics sponsored by the M.A.A. 9 include football, soccer, cross country, basketball, S wrestling, gymnastics, baseball, tennis, track, and golf. Full schedules are arranged each year in these sports with teams from the New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania area. Trenton State belongs to both the National Col- legiate Association of Athletics and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Intramural sports sponsored by the M.A.A. in- clude football, basketball, baseball, bowling, and swimming. The advisor to the M.A.A. is Mr. Roy Van Ness and the president is Ralph Stiebritz. STANDING, left to right: L. Cook, J. Grill, R. Miller, F. Surgent, R. Cappola, R. Kane, A. Chilakos. SEATED: A. Certisimo, Secretaryg R. Stiebritz, Presidentg Mr. Roy Van Ness, Advisor, I. Adocio, Treasurer. i I ,,,,.n-- l I l l' I ,M I 3 a J . 1 S 5 3 4 a . G I. Ab N .L A I ' Y . .. , ' n ' af 4 TOP ROW, left to right: S. Capelll, T. Rende, W. McAvoy, F. Winterborrom, J. Basano, R. Chiste, C. Smith, C. Ashton, G. Williams, R. Jones, J. Adocio. THIRD ROW: S. Benner, N. Pisano, S. Huston, J. Lisa, J. Markowitz, R. Maselia, R Smith, G. Schmidle, D. Glum, G. Strattman. SECOND ROW: L. Watson, P. Catanese, J. Calurio, P. Korschun, F. Mayer, T. Ritter, E. Ownes, M. Mrvica, S. Libro. BOTTOM ROW: T. Molineux, J. Soviero, J. Kush- merick, B. Widmann, R. Wojciechowicz, R. Ritter, J. Lewis, A. Chilakos, H. Fielding, G. Hilton. Coach Bob Salois' 1963 football squad dropped the initial game ofthe season to Wagner, then went on to win seven straight for the best season for a Lion football squad since 1959. In their sec- ond year of NCAA competition, the Lions won national acclaim placing 10th in defense among the NCAA teams. In the NAIA the Lions placed 14th in overall performance. Trenton can expect to see a similar performance from the 1964 football team since the nucleus of the 7-1 club will be returning next fall. Among those lost due to graduation are: Captain Bob ' Ritter, Gary Hilton, Jim Kushmerick, Bob Widman, Jim Lewis, Art Chilakos, Joe Soviero, and Tom Molineux. FOOTB LL 74.4 me l US Q, : ' ""' 1' 'ef my ' Cs? it '51 K WEAE1 xy ls '- " - ' ' f W . 4' 5 '- Af . "I ' LEFT 'ro RIGHT: Rich if Tx-.- X ,-, Wojciechowicz, Coach Bob 'il - . '3 7 Salois, Bob Ritter. A ' 'GCN' 1. ' ' I ,ne ' ml lam " J 206 1963 FOOTBALL Wagner .- Geneva State CPa.j ,- Nichols Brockport State KN. YJ ,- Central Connecticut ,- Kings College CPa.J -- Juniata Montclair State if-ll v 3 CROSS COUNTRY .ling CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE TSC Opp. 30 ............ Trenton Junior College .,o,.....,.. 35 ..,, .........,., S aint Peter's ......,.,. , .,,., - 31 ............ Trenton Junior College .,v,........ 36 ..... ..... . - Eastern Baptist ......... ...... 27 ..... ..... E ast Stroudsburg ....... ...... STANDING, left to right: D. Menditto, T. Serwell, P. Ward, Coach Richard McCorkle. KNEELING: R. James, S. Prodromo, R. Weber. My -wwf' 1963 saw Trenton State form its first cross-country squad. Coached by Mr. Richard McCorkle, the har- riers had a record of one Win and four losses, but gained much valuable experience for the coming season. The only member of the team to be lost by way of graduation is Bob Weber. Standouts on the team were Weber, Steve Prod- romo, and Don Menditto. Menditto holds the record over the 4.9 mile course with a time of 29 minutes and 45 seconds. SOCCER Q . fl., uve 7' A x N.A.I.A. FIRST TEAM Joe Schmidt Ralph Stiebntz Lcc Cook The 1963 soccer team, coached by Mr. Mel Schmid and Mr. Ed Brink went on to have its most successful season in the history of the school. The Lions posted a 9-4-1 record, won the New Jersey State College Confer- ence for the fourth time in five years, finished in a tie for third place in the N.A.I.A. National Tournament, and placed Captain Ralph Stiebritz, Lee Cook, and Joe Schmidt on the N.A.I.A. first team. Cook and Schmidt even brought greater prestige to Trenton State by being selected to the National All- American first team. Trenton can look forward to another successful season as the only seniors graduating are Stiebritz, Dick Miller, Ray Verner, and Paul Ristow. STANDING, left to right: Coach Mel Schmid, W. Huston, L. Cook, T Toriello, F. Barroqueiro, D. Ollwerther, P. Ristow, R. Valo, E. Zimbicki T. Sherman, R. Miller, T. Fowler, Coach Ed Brink, B. Foster. KNEEL ING: R. Cenci, R. Patten, R. Verner, G. Tiedemann, R. Stiebritz, J. Ivors J. Schmidt, F. Shultz, F. Surgent. 1 " 1A, 'ff ' 'V 'Tift ' V ' i f A M,' Q X' . N , d,,f.J,-'W fi N X eng Q 1- L D V , N' Tufts' ' . x A, Q Y pry- W .V ! X , x 4 ffffv x... X2 i 0 is 'iT'7". ' r X A A . 'e! , ,SM K Q 1541 QI 3 -' er. If ' ,' ka, 6 32,212 3 ' i Ai Q A it st or ' M t f ir .t'eg,...,ys.2Qb ti 'Wifi 6 ff-gq4?L1..f:f: 'jury ?'! 3 .1 VV V j I ., J awry ' M, 9 4 3 tt i . IW, TSC SOCCER SCHEDULE Opp , -VQilf1'?,ri .fi . V sf s A 'N A ft 1- ' Y SL r'f'iLQQ'gLg-',.r,," 6 Montclair State O V- 'wmmtfmlmfm X- M- M N- 'W' K WU 0 University of Bridgeport 3 6 Newark State 0 1 East Stroudsburg 3 7 Jersey City State 0 3 Duke University 2 3 Lock Haven 3 0 Fairleigh Dickinson 4 9 Eastern Baptist 0 3 Glassboro State 0 6 Paterson State 0 N.A.I.A. Tournament 6 Robert Wesleyan 1 1 Pratt Institute O 2 Earlham College 4 AQTY , r L. I r P V I l I i STANDING. left to right: J. Ruhnke, J. Mastriani, R. Poetsch, R. Cubberly 'X 'R P. Ristow, P. Brateris, P. Catanese, S. Johnson. J. Carrigan. J. Haberkern v 4 ' J , , . "-1. A .' - l KQXM U1 Captain John Black, Coach Ed Brink. Coaches Ed Brink and Bill Medve built a team of height and hustle for the 1963-1964 campaign to put the Lions among the top fifteen teams in the nation in re- bounding while driving the Lions to their first winning season since the 1953-1954 season. Standouts on the team were Captain John Black, Paul Brateris, Pete Catanese, Skip Johnson, Jim Ruhnke. and Bob Poetsch. After the first sixteen games on the schedule the Lions had posted a record of 8 wins and 8 losses. KNEELING: Captain John Black, Coach Ed Brink. BASKETBALL CAPTAIN JOHN BLACK . UA l A jump ball STANDING, left to right: R. Cenci, T. Ingling, D. Bar- nett, B. Yaroshevitz, G. Anderson, R. Valo, B. Lash, R. Cale, J. Leonard, L. Reis. KNEELING: T. Nelson, Coach Bill Medve, E. Reiger. Four new opponents have been added to the 1964 baseball schedule. Temple, Nichols, Philadelphia College of Textile, and West Chester added to the schedule will make this the most rugged schedule that the Lions have ever faced. Returning to the slate are such formidable opponents as New Hampshire, Rutgers, Upsala, and Princeton. Returning veterans from a team which posted a 12-9 record during the 1963 campaign are the following: Ray Hughes, Jerry Kohrherr, Earl Ownes, Dave Glum, Rich Kane, Sam Bruccoleri, Wayne Huston, and Mike Mrvica. BASEBALL BOTTOM ROW, left to right: R. Thompson, H. Ackerman, V. Ingerto, S. Bruccoleri, J. Black, R Hughes, M. Devlin, Coach. SECOND ROW: R. Nannay, P. Ristoyv, R. Kane, J. Adocio, I Kohrherr, E. Ownes, M. Mrvica. THIRD ROW: R. Poetsch, J. Post, D. Glum, W. Huston, R Patten C. Nakai. TOP ROW: H. Rothbart, J. Bumen, R Jones. BASEBALL SCHEDULE April 4 -Univ. of New Hampshire Home 7 -Temple University .- ,..Away 8 -Monmouth . . .... .----Away 10 -Nichols College fMass.J . Home 11 -Phila. College of Textiles .... Away 14 -West Chester .. . ........ . Home 15 -"Jersey City State . . .r... . ..Away 18 -"'Paterson State 1 .... .... H ome 23 -t"Newark State . .. Home 25 -ltPaterson State . . .. r Away 29 -"Montclair State -. , .... Away May 2 -9'Newark State .... ....,..,, A way 6 -"'Glassboro State ...,..... . .... Home 9 -fMontclair State .... Home ll -Rutgers University .... .... ..Away 14 -Fairleigh Dickinson ........ .-..Away 16 -"'Jersey City State .. ............ Home 18 -Upsala -. -. Home 19 -ftG1assboro State . .............. Away 20 -Princeton University -. .... ---Away 'tN.J.S.C.C. Games .Katz 7 TX 411-M lm. V X, I .W Y -.ta ,V I , -12 ,W 2 1964 TRENTON STATE GYMNASTICS TEAM. GYMNASTICS Trenton State's gymnastic team had a new coach this year, Mr. Joseph Herzstein. The Lions combine.a sched- ule of demonstrations in area high schools and several intercollegiate dual matches. Standouts on the team are Fred Surgent, Bob Patten, Bob Kirschbaum, and Connie Story. GOLF Golf, another new sport on the Trenton State scene, moves into a full intercollegiate schedule, after a year on a trial basis. Coached by Mr. Frank Romano the Lions will pin their hopes on Gary Bobik, Tom Miller, and Bruce Foster. GOLF SCHEDULE flpril 10 -Trenton Junior College ....., .,,,,,,,, H ome 16 -Newark State ...........,....,, ,,,,,,.,,,,, A way 20 -Glassboro - Montclair ......,....... Montclair May 1 -Monmouth College ....... ........ H ome 4 -Paterson State ........ ....,., ,, Away 6 -Glassboro ...................... .....,.,,,,, H ome 11 -N..T.S.C.C. ......................... ........ P aterson 15 -Trenton Junior College ......., ,,...,-, A way TRACK AND FIELD Trenton faced a rebuilding this year in track and field competition. With the loss of Herb Lorenz and Frank Greenberg, who between themselves hold six school rec- ords, Coaches Roy Van Ness, Bill Medve, and -Olympic champion Don Bragg will mold the 1964 edition of the team around such stalwarts as Captains Fred Surgent and Bob Weber, Jerry Tedesco, Rich Starets, and Joe Rott. In the past four years the Lions have compiled a dual meet competition record of 21 wins and only 4 losses. Last year the Lions finished second in the N.A.I.A. and the Metropolitan Area meets. TRACK SCHEDULE April 11 -Wagner and Brooklyn Poly ............ Away 14 -Cheyney State ---- ............................. Home 18 -Upsala ........ .... .................... ......... H o m e 25 -Penn Relays ...... ......... A way 29 -St. Peter's ....... ......... H ome . May 6 -Hofstra ............................................ Away 9 -Collegiate Track Conference .......... Away 12 -New Jersey Intercollegiate Track .... Away 14 -Jersey City State .............................. Home 16 -Montclair State ................................ Away 20 -N.A.I.A. District Championship ...... Home Track Coach William Medve Golf Coach Frank Romano Track Coach Roy Van Ness TENNIS Tennis coach, Dr. Ken Runquist, faces a rebuilding year in the hopes of retaining the New Jersey State Col- lege Conference championship for the fifth year in a row. His forces almost completely depleted by way of gradua- tion last year, he must bank his hopes for the coming season on Mike Iannone, Bill Austin, and Stan Smoller. . TENNIS SCHEDULE April 8 -Monmouth ............. .. ......., Away 11 -East Stroudsburg t...... -Home 15 -Jersey City State ...........,.. Away 24 -Philadelphia Textile ........ Home 28 -St. Peter's .....................,.. Home May 1 -Montclair State ..,.. ....... H ome 6 -Glassboro State ............., Home 8 -Newark State ....... ....... H ome 13 -Princeton "B" .,..............., Away 15-16 -Rider Tournament .......... Away WRESTLING Trenton State had its first wrestling squad in the his- tory of the school this year. Coached by Mr. Don Wil- liams, the team was quite successful this year sweeping through its first five matches undefeated. At the time of printing a match with Monmouth College remained on the schedule. Standouts for the Lions were John Ivors, Bob Forte, Gunther Schmiedl, Joe Scelfo, Vince Pustizzi, and Ed Whalen. FRONT ROW, left to right: R. Blazovsky, V. Pustizzi, R. Forte, A. Furlong, R. Burns, G. Schmidel, J. Scelfo, E. Barry. STANDING: R. Ritzski, E. Whalen, G. Zigenfus, R. Hannly, P. Langer, J. Sceplor, J. Ivors, K. Van Gilson, R. Worthington, Coach Don Williams. WRESTLING SCHEDULE TSC 21 ..,......... Trenton Junior College ,..o.. 25 ......,...,.o. Montclair State J.V. ...........o. - 30 ...... Fairleigh Dickinson-Madison 26 ...... ,.., - - Trenton Junior College ,.,,,,o.... - 3 5 ...,.. F airleigh Dickinson-Madison Opp. 16 16 13 11 10 9 - XX, 2 PORT RGUN UP Lung, N.- -. ,, . Y- , . , .S . 1. M Lg. , , N,-.V-Q, ," ' f v - v 1 n 4 ,. t D u . 1 1 , - M' :M ,.,,m41, www, .- ,. ,am-...,., w,. ,, .nb qv, J, an X. - fmqgr.-,.-,.',.A ' ., ,ww " f, Q Q . .....,, -. ' , in EDITH ABBOTT, 234 Clinton Place, Hackensack, N. J. 0 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Women's Recreation Association Synchronized Swimming Manager 2, 3, Vice President 3, 4, Tennis Manager 4, Women's Physical Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS N. ACCIAVATTI, 2610 Arctic Avenue, Atlantic City, N.J. DONALD J. ADAMS, 12 Sanhican Drive, Trenton, N. J. 'I Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN E. AGINS, 38 Hartley Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 10 Phi Alpha Delta 2, 3, 4. BARBARA ANNE ALEXANDRE, 235 Reichelt Road, New Mil- ford, N. J. 'O Philomathean Sigma 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1. BARBARA G. ANDERSON, 62 Merritt Avenue, Neptune City, N. J. 0 Tau Epsilon Chi 1, 2, 3, Pledge Master 3, President 3, Chi Lambda Rho 3, Signal 1, SEA 1, 2, 3. IRENE ANDREEFF, 53 Hudson Street, Freehold, N. J. 'O Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Signal 1, 2, Chimes 2, 3, 4, SEA 1. EVELYN ANTONOPOULOS, 1631 Meister Street, Plainfield, N. J. -0 Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, WRA 2, 3, 4, Women's Physical Education Association. GAIL APPLEGATE CMrs.J, 238 Old Post Road, Edison, N. J. 0 Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, 4. ROSEMARY AUER, 39 George Street, Milltown, N. J. 'O Philo- mathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, WRA 3, 4, SEA 4. DIANE AVERSA, P.O. Box 251, Raritan, N. J. 'O Student Education Association 4. VIRGINIA L. BADINI, 39A Davis Street, Phillipsburg, N. J. -0 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Sorority Corresponding Secretary 3, 4, Stu- dent Education Association 2, 4, Newman Club 2, Dormitory Gov- ernment 1, 4. BARBARA BADISHIAN, 245 Coolidge Avenue, Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. 'O Intersorority Council Secretary-Treasurer 3, Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, Signal 3, Kappa Delta Pi 4, Student Education Association 3, 4. ANTONIA BALLARE, 117 Haddon Place, Upper Montclair, N. J. 'O Class Cabinet Representative 1, Argo Sigma 1, Student Education Association 4. JUDY BANCROFT tMrs.J, 24 Beech Avenue, Trenton, N. J. CAROL BARNWELL, 873 Bogert Road, River Edge, N. J. 'O Class Siablinet 2, 4, Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Norsworthy Treasurer 2, Booster u . GAYLE OLIN BARTON, 2203 3rd Avenue, Spring Lake, N. J. I Tau Epsilon Chi 2, Vice President 3, Signal 1, 2, 3, Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 2, 3. PATRICIA A. BECK, 118 South 5th Avenue, Highland Park, N. J. 'O Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Student Education Association 1, Booster Club Secretary. SANDRA BECK, 334 Hardwick Street, Belvidere, N. J. 'O Class Cabinet 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Arguromuthos Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Alumni Secretary 3, Custodian 4, WRA 2, Seal 4, SEA 1, 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY MERYL BERKE, 225 Crestview Drive, Middletown, N. J. 0 Snack Bar Committee 2, Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant at Arms 2, Allen House Council 1, Student Education Association l. .BERRY BEROSH, 48 Knight Avenue, Clementon, N. J. 10 Phi Alpha e ta 3, 4. ' LINDA RICHARDS BEVELHEIMER, 327 Orenda Circle, West- field, N. J. I Class Cabinet 4, Nu Delta Chi 2, 3, Chi Lamdu Rho 2, 3, 4, WRA 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Seal Section Editor 4, Student Edu- cation Association 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Tri-County Reading Council 4, Protestant Foundation 2, 3. CAROL BIESKY, 304 River Avenue, Belmar, N. J. 'O Lambda Mu 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinets member 1, 2. LOSI BINOVI, 21 Jenny Lane, Park Ridge, N. J. I Argurmuthos Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Seal Section Editor 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, Treasurer 4, Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Apgar Society 2. BARBARA BITTENBINDER, 37 A Riverside Drive, Vanada Woods, Bricktown, N. J. 'O Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, Seal 1, 2, Debate 1, 2, 3. QUILLIE BIVENS, 24 West Ingham Avenue, Trenton, N. J. JOHN BLACK, 408 Prince Street, Bordentown, N. J. -0 Phi Epsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. . RITA BLANCO, Beech Street, Point Pleasant, N. J. 'O Student Exec- utive Board Representative 1, 2, 3, Program Committee 2,'3, 4, Philomathean Sigma 1, 3, 4, Pledge Master 2, Allen House Vice President 2, 3, WRA 3, 4, Student Education Association 1, Women's Physical Education Association. SHEILA BETH BLOOM, 52 Van Duyn Drive, Trenton, N. J. I Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL BRADBURY, 157 Beech Street, Belleville, N. J. 'O Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Women's Recreation Association 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY CAROLE BRAND CMrs.J, 17 Lafayette Place, Freehold, N. J. 'O Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. DEAN BRATIS, 534 Stuyvesant Avenue, Trenton, N. J. O Varsity Basketball 1, 2, Apgar Society 3, 4. PAUL BREEN, 6 Powder Works Road, Kenvil, N. J. 0 Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, New House Council 2, 3, Barrett House Council 4. CAROL BRENNAN, 184 Bogert Road, River Edge, N. J. 0 Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Services 2, Snack Bar 1, 2, Class Cabinet Rep- resentative 2, WRA Member 1, 2, 3, 4, Musicals: Major Role 2, 3, Student Director 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 3, Booster Club Member 2. JOAN BREWER fMrs.J, 531 Maple Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0 Kappa Delta Pi 4. EILEEN NEALE BRODY, East 34 A Shelby Avenue, Paramus, N. J. 'O Student Executive Board Representative 1, Tau Epsilon Chi 2, Historian 1. SAM BRUCCOLERI, 23 Clover Avenue, Trenton, N. J. -0 Phi Ep- silon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Soccer 2, 3. LOIS BRUNISHOLZ, 6 Aster Terrace, Menclham, N. J. KATHERINE BUONACORE, 629 Garfield Avenue, Jersey City, N.J. IRENE BURRIS, 311 Conover Street, Burlington, N. J. 0 Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Education Association 3. WILLIAM CAPIE, 201 Reading Avenue, Barrington, N. J. 'O Delta Chi Epsilon 2, 3, 4, President 3, Ely House President 4, Drama Minor Role 3, 4, Apgar Society 1, 2, 3, 4. MARIANNE CAPP, 414 Garden State Drive, Cherry Hill, N. J. I Zeta Tau Sigma 2, Historian 2. BARBARA CAPUTO, 246 New Street, Belleville, N. J. 'O Student Executive Board Representative 1, Lambda Mu 1, 2, 4, Correspond- ing Secretary 3. , CATHERINE CARDINAL, 15 Irvington Avenue, Yardville, N. J. GAIL CARMIGNANI, 435 Commonwealth Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 'O Zeta Tau Sigma 2, 3, 4, Pledge Master 2, Vice-President 3, Presi- d t 4. CcliI1ESTER CARSTEN, 100 Purnell Avenue, Palmyra, N. J. I SEA 3, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship 3. I I JONNIE SHARON CARTER, 194 Chippewa Trail, Medford Lakes, N. J. DOROTHY CARTWRIGHT, 10 Eton Place, Eatontown, N. J. I Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3. MURIEL CAWLEY, 515 John Mitchell Avenue, Phillipsburg, N. J. 'O Intersorority Council Treasurer 3, 4, Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Pledge Master 2, Vice-President 3, President 4. JAMES A. CHERREY, JR., R.D. 4 U.S. Route 1, New Brunswick, N. J. -0 Theta Nu Sigma l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Varsity Football 1, 2. ARISTOMEN ART CHILAKOS, 240 Raritan Avenue, Highland Park, N. J. 'O Safety and Traffic Committee 1, 2, Motion Picture Committee 2, Phi Epsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Bliss Hall Officer 1, 2, Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Men's Athletic Association Treasurer 2, 3, Booster Club Member 1963. JUDITH CHUNKO, Oaklawn Terrace, Vineland, N. J. 0 Philomath- ean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Alumni Secretary 3, Brewster President 4, Allen Unit Resident Assistant 2, 3. MARIA C. CLARK, 110 Fernwood Avenue, Burlington, N. J. 0 Debate Club 3, 4. MARY LOU CLARK, 4084 Nottingham Way, Trenton, N. J. 0 Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Student Education Associa- tion 3, 4. CAROL CLYDESDALE, 72 Rutherford Place, Kearny, N. J . 'O Phil- omathean Sigma 2, 3, 4, Finance Committee 2, Treasurer 3, Chap- lain 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4. COANE, 305 Pingree Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0.0mega si , , . MARILYN COCUZZA, 47 Congressional Parkway, Livingston, N. J. 'O Williams Treasurer 1, Booster Club 1, 2. JUDITH A. COHEN, 292 Madison Street, Passaic, N. J. 'O Snack Bar Committee, Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Barrett House Council 3, Decker Hall Council 4, Student Education Association 3, 4. BETH F. COHN, Center Grove Road, Dover, N. J. 'O Drama Minor Role 2, 3, Student Director 2, 3, Chimes Editorial Board 4, Human Relations Committee 3, 4, International Club 3, 4, English Club 4. JUDITH COHN, 116 Landin, Trenton, N. J. PHYLLIS A. COLACOURI, 33 Freeman Place, West Orange, N. J. 'O Snack Bar Committee 1, 2, Intersorority Council 4, Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4. BETTY JANE COLEMAN, R.D. 1751, Stockton, N. J. JUDITH COLLIGAN, 15 Dix Street, New Brunswick, N. J. 'O Philo- mathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY BETH COLTON, 49 Fitch Street, Carteret, N. J. 'O Theta Phi 2, 3, 4, Allen House President 4, Chorus 1. , JUDITH QONNER, 53 Kings Road, Chatham, N. J. I Lakeside Sec- retary 3, Signal 4. i Phi Mu Alpha Jazz Concert JUDITH D. CONOVER, 124 Troy Hills Road, Whippany, N. J. 0 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Education Association 1, 3, 4, New Jersey Member-at-Large 2. JAMES COOPER, 41 Brunswick Avenue, Bloomsbury, N. J. 0 Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 4. . RICHARD A. COPPOLA, 567 S. Clinton Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0 Phi Epsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, Gymnastic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Booster Club Treasurer. MYRON CORMAN, 54 Lake Drive, Roosevelt, N. J. 0 Phi Alpha Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Hillel 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD A. COTGREAVE, 561 Cedar Avenue, W. Long Branch, N. J. 0 Varsity Track 2. JOSIAH W. CRANE, 209 Yale Avenue, Point Pleasant Beach, N. J. 'O Sigma Tau Chi l, 2. LENA B. CRAWLEY tMrs.J, 726 W. 4th Street, Plainfield, N. J. 0 Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 2, Sergeant at Arms 1, WRA 1, 2. . DIANE CREITZ, 218 Palisade Road, Linden, N. J. 0 Student Exec- utive Board Corresponding Secretary 3, Recording Secretary 4, Pro- gram Committee 3, 4, Elections and Limitations Committee 3, 4, USNSA 3, 4, Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Education Association 4, Booster Club 1, 2. NANCY CRUM, Washington Avenue, Titusville, N. J. JANET C. DALY, 33 Hoover Street, North Arlington, N. J. 'O Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. MAIJA DAMBIS, 619 River Drive, East Paterson, N. J. 0 Arguro- muthos Sigma 1, 2, Seal 3, Human Relations- Committee 3, 4, Luth- eran Student Association 1, Secretary 2, International Club 4. CLAIRE D'AMBROSIO, 124 Westwood Avenue, Long Branch, N. J. 'O Theta Phi Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Signal 4. CATHERINE M. DANLEY, 56 Evergreen Road, New Egypt, N. J. 0 Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Finance Committee 4, Student Educa- tion Association 4, Newman Club 3, 4, President 4. BERNICE DAVIES, 125 Waterwitch Avenue, Highlands, N. J. 0 Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, McLees Treasurer 2, Seal Section Editor 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Secretary 4. FRANK DE GREZIA, 1013 Main Street, Paterson 3, N. J. CAROLE ANN DELL, 825 Plum Street, Vineland, N. J. 0 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club Member 1, English Club 3, Newman Club 2, 3, Young Democrat Club 2, 3. CONRAD DE RITIS, 232 Commonwealth Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0 Phi Epsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. FLORENCE DE ROBERTIS, 315 Wyoming Avenue, Audubon 6, N. J. 0 Newman Club 1, Lambda Mu Treasurer 2, Lambda Mu Vice- President 3, Lambda Mu President 4, Intersorority Council 3, 4. ROSE MARIE DE SANTIS, 920 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange, N. J. 0 Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Intersorority Council, Arrangements Committee 3, Brewster Treasurer 4, WRA 3, 4. MARGUERITE DEUTZ, 2 Bank Street, Bordentown, N. J. KATHRYN M. DE VINCENTIS, 45 Lodi Street, Hackensack, N. J. 0 Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. JUDITH DE WITT, 29 Patton Drive, Trenton, N. J. 0 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. ELLIN H. DIEHL, 20 Wilson Avenue, Chatham, N. J. 'O Tau Ep- silon Chi 1, 2, 3, Women's Recreation Association 2, Chorus 2, 4, Seal 4, Student Education Association 3, 4, International Club 3. SUSAN DIGNEY, 49 Brandywine Road, Ho-Ho-Kus, N. J. I Wom- en's Recreation Association Representative 1, Allen House-Council 1, Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. U CAROLE DI GRAZIA, 20 Park Row, Wallington, N. J. 0 Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Seal 3, Student Education Association 2, 3, 4. CARL DIX, 2754 Nottingham Way, Trenton 19, N. J. SUSAN DOERT, 48 Peartree Lane, Levittown, N. J. I Ionian 1, 2, 3, WTSC Radio Station Assistant Manager 2. BARBARA E. DOMANSKI, 111 George Street, South River, N. J. 'O Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. ' JANICE ANN DONALDSON, 691 Millbrook Road, River Edge, N. J. 'O Theta Phi 1, 3, 4, Alumni Secretary 2, Dormitory Area Chair- man and Resident Assistant 2, Musicals: Major Role 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 3, Booster Club 2. PATRICIA H. DONNELLY, 118-66 Street, West New York, N. J. 'O Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, Historian 3, Treasurer 4, Student Education Association Member 3, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM G. DONNELLY, 14 Bentley Avenue, Trenton, N. J. D Phi Alpha Delta 3, 4. EVAN R. DOPF, 860 Bogert Road, River Edge, N. J. -0 Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4, Phi Alpha Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Bliss Hall Council 3, 4, Men's Chorus 2, 3. DIANE DRANGULA, 267 Morris Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0 Tau Epsilon Chi 1, 2, Chi Lambda Rho 3, 4, New Jersey Student Demo- cratic Federation Club 1, 2, Trenton Tutorial Project 3, 4. WILLIAM B. DYER, 74 Union Street, Medford, N. J. 'O Varsity Baseball 2. CAROL LEE DURMER, 1350 Edgewood Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 'O Band l, 2, Choir 3, Orchestra 1, 2, WTSC 1, Tri-County Reading Association 4, Folk Club 4. CLARE DVORANCHIK, 395 Devon Street, Kearny, N. J. 0 Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Lambda Mu 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, WRA 4, Seal Section Editor 4, Student Education Association 3, 4. CAROLEE EARNHART, 203 Prospect Street, Phillipsburg, N. J. 0 Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, WRA Member 1, 2, Seal Member 4, Stu- dent Education Association l, 2, 3, 4, Protestant Foundations 1, 2. CHRISTINE EBERHARDT, 74 Magnolia Road, Iselin, N. J. 0 Zeta Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3. LYNNE B. ECKER, 639 Woodland Street, Trenton, N. J. 0 Student Executive Board Representative 1, 2, 4, Theta Phi Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. NANCY LEE EDWARDS, 252 Wilson Avenue, Trenton 9, N. J. 0 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHLEEN EMERSON, 88 Nancy- Lane, Trenton, N. J. 0 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA M. ENGELMAN, 121 Runyon Avenue, Middlesex, N. J. -0 Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Newman Club 1, 3, 4. SUSAN BIESKY EPSTEIN CMrs.J, 304 River Avenue, Belmar, N. J . I Lambda Mu 1, 2, 3, 4. LORRAINE ERHARDT, 122 Railroad Avenue, Alpha, N. J. 0 Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, Seal Business Manager, Kappa Delta Pi 4. MARIANNE ESTERHOY, 321 South Main Street, Manville, N. J. -0 Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA A. EVANKO, 11 Heath Street, Trenton, N. J. 0 Lambda Mu 1, 2, 3, 4, WRA 3, 4, Student Education Association 3, 4, New- man Club 2, 3, International Club 4, Student Ambassador to Holland with Experiment in International Living. ALICE FAGANS, 48 Chester Avenue, Riverside, N. J . 0 Intersorority Council Vice-President 4, Gamma Sigma 2, 3, 4, Gamma Sigma Pledge Master 3, Intersorority Council Representative 4, Women's Recreation Association Member l, 2, 3, 4, Women's Recreation Asso- ciation Basketball Manager, Women's Physical Education Association Member 1, 2, 3, 4. DIANE FARBER CMrs.J, 12 Harbor Terrace, Perth Amboy, N. J. NANCY FARRAR, 796 Mountain Avenue, Berkeley Heights, N. J. 'O Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Norsworthy Treasurer 2, Vice-President 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Exchange Student to College of Education, Dundee, Scotland, International Club 2, 4, Protestant Foundation 1, 2, 4. JOANNA J. FEDEYKO, 805 State Street, Perth Amboy, N. I. 0 Class Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, Signal 1, 2, Seal 2, 3, 4, Junior Asso- ciate Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Student Education Association 1, 2, Z, 4, 3Cub Talk Business Editor 1, Newman Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- ent . TRUDY FEIL, 48 Center Street, Highlands, N. J. 0 Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, Lakeside President 3, Student Director 2, Student Educa- tion Association 1. JOAN FENELI, Holmes Avenue, Vineland, N. J. 'O Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, 4. SYDNEY FIEMAN, 350 Gardner Avenue, Trenton, N. J. DARRAH L. FITZGERALD, 105 Throop Avenue, New Brunswick, N. J. 'O Snack Bar Member 1, Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Education Association Member 1, 2, 3, 4, Human Relations 2, 3, 4, College Young Democrats 1, 2. MARIE FOGGIA, 73 Second Avenue, Long Branch, N. J. 0 Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 3. MARGARET FOLEY, 223 Day Avenue, Cliffside Park, N. J. 0 Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, Pledge Master 2, Vice-President 3, Drama Major Role 2, 3, Student Director 1, 2. GARY FORD, 24 N. Main Street, Lambertville, N. J. I Student Executive Board Representative 1, 2, Safety and Traffic Committee 1, 2, Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 1, 2, 3, Barrett Resident Assistant 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4. BRUCE H. FOSTER, Box 88, Millville Road, Mays Landing, N. J. 'O Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Bliss Hall,House Council 1, 2, Treas- urer 2, Manager of Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager of Soccer 2, 3, 4, Manager of Baseball 1, 2, 3, Golf 3, 4, Student Counselor 2, Junior Class Cabinet 3, Signal Sports Editor 3, 4, Seal Sports Editor 4, Vice- President of Senior Class, Publicity Director of Soccer, Basketball and Baseball. THOMAS FOX, 16 Mansfield Avenue, East Brunswick, N. J. 0 Stu- dent Executive Board Representative 3, 4, Student Curricula Com- mittee 4, Student Program Committee Chairman 2, 3, 4, United States National Student Association 2, Class Cabinet Vice-President 1, 2, 33 Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 43 Sigma Tau Chi Corresponding Sec- retary 2, 3g Sigma Tau Chi Treasurer 43 Bliss Hall Advisor 3, 43 Rep- resentative House Council 1, 23 Varsity Tennis 13 WTSC Radio Sta- tion Program 1, 23 Student Education Association Member 3, 4. BONNIE FRAME. 410 Washington Street, Toms River, N. J. 0 Lambda Mu 1, 2, 3, Chaplain 23 Seal Section Editor 4g Student Edu- cation Association 43 Senior Class Cabinet 4g Tutorial Project 4. FREDY J. FRUHBEIS, 180 Johnson Avenue, Dumont, N. J. I Phi Alpha Delta 2, 3, Treasurer 4. ROCHELLE FUCHS, 52 North Arlington Avenue, East Orange, N. J. 'O Lambda Mu 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Education Association 3, 43 Booster Club Member 1, 2. JUDITH A. GALVIN, 594 Adamston Road, Oshornville, N. J. 'O Chi Lambau Rho 2, 3, 43 Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Education Associa- tion 4g Music Educators National Conference Member 1, 4, Vice- President 2, 3. GAIL GANT, 304 Church Road, Brick Town, N. J. 0 Class Cabinet 43 Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 43 Brewster House Council 43 WRA 1, 2, 3, 43 Women's Physical Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4. MARIE GARDNER, 25 Levinson Avenue, South River, N. J. 'O Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 43 Allen House Resident Assistant 3, 43 WRA 1, 2, 3, 43 Women's Physical Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 2. ALBERT G. GASIOR, 327 Van Sant, Drive, Palmyra, N. J. 'O Foot- ball 1, 23 Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 43 Class Cabinet 4. ROY W. GASKILL, 426 Cedar Avenue, Highland Park, N. J. RITA GAZDO. JAMES WAYNE GELTCH, JR., 695 Parkway Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 'O Phi Alpha Delta 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Football 2s Intramural Bowling 23 Intramural Softball 2. SUZANNE GEMZA, 148 Prospect St., Garfield, N. J. 10 Arguro- muthos Sigma 2, 3, 43 Centennial Officer 13 Seal 23 Debate Club 3. CARMELA GENOVESE. ELIZABETH ANNE GILLINGHAM, 2 Worthington Avenue, Spring Lake, N. J. 0 Lambda Mu 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES GILROY, 11 Belair Avenue, Maple Shade, N. J. 0 Varsity Basketball 23 Varsity Track 2, 4. JUDITH C. GLASPEY, Box 115, Greenwich, N. J. 'O Sigma Sigma 2, 3, 43 Norsworthy Treasurer 4. NANCY GLOECKNER, 66 Sherwood Road, Tenafly, N. J. 'O S.E.B. 43 Lambda Mu 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 33 S.E.A. 1, 23 Human Relations Club 43 Tri-County Reading Association 3, 4. MARILYN GOLDFEIN, 67 Main Street, Englishtown, N. J. 'O Lambda Mu 1, 2. SHIRLEY GOODMAN, 19 Claude Road, Yardsville, N. J. I Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 43 Allen House Area Representative 1. MARY ANN GORTATOWSKI, 236 Bunting Avenue, Trenton, N. J. -0 Aquatic Art 1, 4. JO ANN GRAZIANO, 2350 Nottingham Way, Trenton, N. J. 0 Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL GRECCO, 32 Simpson Avenue, Atlantic Highlands, N. J. 0 Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 43 Drama Minor Role 1, 3. JUDITH GRENELL, 155 Lake Shore Drive, Rockaway, N. J. 0 Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. MARIE GROSSO, 493 Highland Ave., Orange, N. J. 0 Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. CARMELA GUARINO, 2125 Princeton Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0 Zeta Tau Sigma 2, 3, 43 Drama Minor Role 2, 3, Student Director 2. ELEANOR GUEAR CMrs.J, 395 Lakeside Boulevard, Trenton, N. J. -0 Student Education Association 4. JUDITH GUERIN, 12 Blackstone Drive, Livingston, N. J. 0 Student Executive Board 3, 43 NSA Coordinator 3, Representative 3, 43 USNSA 3g Class Cabinet 1, 23 S.E.A. 1, 33 Social Studies Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4g Human Relations Committee 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 3, Chairman CPresidentJ 43 Tutorial Project 3, 4. DOROTHY W. GUERNSEY lMrs.J, 430 Sked Street, Pennington, N. J. CHRISTINE GUNDLACH, 381 Sutton Avenue, Hackensack, N. J. 0 Arguromuthos Sigma 1, 2, 3, 43 McLee's Officer 23 WRA 1, 2, 3, 43 Women's Physical Education Association 4. HELEN GUSSIS, 44 Guilden Street, New Brunswick, N. J. 0 Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. ARLENE GUZIK, 248 North Fifth Avenue, Manville, N. J. 0 Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, 43 Trenton-Princeton Tutorial Program. RUSSELL HABEEB, JR., 106 River Drive, Titusville, N. J. I Theta Nu Sigma 1, 23 Band 1, 2. FAYE ANNE HAFITZ, 346 Berwyn Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 'O Kappa Delta Pi 4. DEANNA HAIGH fMrs.J, 1011 Edinburg Road, Trenton, N. J. 'O Drama, Student Director 2, 3. NELSON HALL, 316 Parisen Avenue, Bayville, N. J. 0 Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 43 Barrett House President 43 Varsity Track 1, 2. VERNON HALLOWELL, JR., Eayrestown R.D. 3962, Mt. Holly, N. J. 0 Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL HANDERHAN, 163 Liberty Street, Fords, N. J. 'O Nors- worthy Court Officer 3g Drama, Student Director 23 SEA 3. DIANA HARBESON, Hollister Road, Towaco, N. J. I Choir 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Music Educators National Conference 2, 3, 4. DOUGLAS HARRIS, 511 Madison Avenue, Burlington, N. J. 'O In- ternational Club 1, 2, 33 Human Relations Committee Co-Chairman 1, 2. GAIL HARRIS, 1532 8th Avenue, Neptune, N. J. 0 Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4g Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Secretary 3, 43 Co- Trainee Director Greek Review 33 Co-Director Greek Review 4. BARBARA ANN HARTUNG, Box 349, R.D. 41751, Andover, N. J. 'O Class Cabinets Member 3, 43 Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 4, Assistant Treas- urer 33 Allen House Treasurer 43 Aquatic Arts 1, 23 Student Educa- tion Association Member 4. PATRICIA HASCHAK. 38 Martindale Road, Clifton, N. J. 0 Class Cabinet 1, 2, 33 Argurmuthos Sifima 2, 3, 43 WRA 43 Seal 1, 23 Kappa Delta Pi 3, 43 SEA 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY ANN HASH, Flemington, N. J. 0 Omega Psi 1. SANDOR HAVRAN, 328 Ashmore Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0 SEA 3, 4. JUDY HAVRILLA, 47 Beech Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0 Theta Psi 1, 2, 3, 4. MARJOLYN HEALY CMrs.J, 150 Johnston Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 'O Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Historian-Reporter 4. SANDRA HENCINSKI, 113 Brace Road, Cherry Hill, N. J. 0 SEB 1, 23 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 43 Allen House President 3. JANE HENDRICKSON CMrs.J, 101 Fornsworth Avenue, Borden- town, N. J. 'O Women's Physical Education Association 3, 4. CAROL HIGGINS, 214 Burrwood Avenue, Collingswood, N. J. I Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 43 Argurmuthos Sigma l, 2, 3, 43 Williams President 3g Other Officer 13 WRA 1, 23 Signal 1, 2, 33 Seal 1, 23 SEA 1, 2, 3, 43 Booster Club. GARY HILTON, 602 Stuyvesant Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 'O Student Executive Board N.S.A. Coordinator 43 Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA HIMBER CMrs.J, 215 N. Huntington Avenue, Margate, N. J. I SEB 1, Program Chairman 2, Social Services Chairman 1, 2, 33 Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 43 Broadhurst Area Representative 1. DOROTHY HIRST, 121 S. Fillmore Street, Gloucester City, N. J. 0 Social Services Chairman 13 Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3g Seal 1. THOMAS HOBSON, 4 Sullivan Way, West Trenton, N. J. SUZANNE HOCHBERG tMrs.J, 19 Helen Avenue. Freehold, N. J. HARRY HOGAN, 11 Altamawr Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0 Delta Chi Epsilon 2, 3, 43 Drama Minor Role 1. PATRICIA HOLLIS, 101 Nelson Avenue, Trenton, N. J. DIANE HOLLOWAY QMrs.J, Point Pleasant, N. J. 0 Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3. JOHN H. HOLLOWAY, Point Plesant, N. J. 0 Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Track 1, 2. ANTHONY CHARLES HORNER, 45 Moorhouse Road, New Egypt, N. J. 'O Phi Alpha Delta 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Football 1, 23 Basket- ball 1, 2, 33 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. KAREN LEE HOUSEHOLDER, 524 Maple Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0 Exchange Committee 1, 2, 33 Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. HARRIET HOUSTON, 18 Rockview Terrace, North Plainfield, N. J. 0 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 43 Decker Hall Floor Chairman 4. PAUL HOVELL, Box 164, Belvidere, N. J. KENNETH HOWLETT, 128 Summit Avenue, Neptune City, N. J. 0 Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 43 Bliss Hall Officer 1, 23 Men's Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 WTSC Program Manager 2. PI-IYLLIS HUBLER, 37 Stecher Avenue, Riverside, N. J. 'O Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 1, 2, 43 Women's Physical Education Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3, 4. MARILYN HUDASKO, 30 7th Street, Fords, N. J. 0 SEB 43 Philo- mathean Sigma 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA HUGHES, 19 Sturgis Road, Edison, N. J. 0 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 43 WRA 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA HURD, R.D. 4-1, Box 259, Cape May Court House, N. J. 0 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4g Safety and Traffic Chairman 1, 23 SEA 3, 4. HIOPE HUTCHINSON, Dix Haven Road, Trenton, N. J. 0 Theta P i 1, 2, 3, 4. JOAN HUTCHISON, R.D. jiri, York Road, Hightstown, N. J. 0 TEX 1, 23 Student Education Association 4. THOMAS L. HUTCHISON, 213 Park Avenue, Phillipsburg, N. J. MARLENE ILLARIO, 61 Eastern States Parkway, Somerville, N. J. 'O Ionian Sigma 4. IRIS INVERSO, 1462 Pennington Road, Trenton, N. J. 0 Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. BONNIE IVORY, 157 Chicago Avenue, Point Pleasant Beach, N. J. 30 Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. HUB game room ..f Cl Ns' "'-i? ' Q 7 V' CHACEINE 4 - A h gt!!- WILLIAM JELINEK, 65 Kaufman Avenue, Little Ferry, N. J. 0 Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2. 3, 4. . PATRICIA JOBES, 3 Juniper Street, Mt. Holly, N. J. 0 Ionian Sigma 2, 3, 4, Decker Hall Floor Chairman 4, Executive Council 4, SEA 2, 3, 4, Historian 3. CAROLYN JOHNSON, 137 Pinnacle Road, Ocean City, N. J. 0 Class Cabinet I, Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Norsworthy Court Member 2. JANET JOHNSON, 1 Eglantine Avenue, Pennington, N. J. I Social Services Chairman 1, Exchange 1, 2, 3. 4, Secretary 3, Student Ex- change to Canada 2, Lambda Mu 1, Debate Club 3, International Club 3, 4. JOYCE JOHNSON, 632 Bloomfield Avenue, Clifton, N. J. 'O Omega Psi 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Alumni Secretary 4, Student Education Asso- ciation Member 4. MEREDYTHE A. JOHNSON, 1775 Park Boulevard, Camden 3, N. J. 0 Student Exchange Committee 3, 4, Human Relations Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, 4, Lambda Mu 1, 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance Club Presi- dent 4, Modern Dance Club Recording Secretary 3, Modern Dance Club Member 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICK JOHNSON, 14A Clover Hill Gardens, Mt. Holly, N. J. DORCAS JOHNSTON, 922 Cleveland Avenue, Westfield, N. J. 0 Chi Lambda Rho 1, 2, 3, 4, Christian Science Organization 2, Presi- dent 3, 4, International Club 1, 2, Vice-President 3. MARILYN JONES, Law-Penn Road, Lawrenceville, N. J. O Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4, WRA 2, 3, 4, Women's Physical Education Associa- tion 2, 3, 4. MARILYN B. KADUSON, 515 South Prospect Avenue, Bergenfield, N. J. 0 Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, Williams Vice- President 3, Choir 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi Mem- ber 4, Human Relations 2, 3, 4, Collegium Musicum 3. ELAINE KAPLAN, 85 Burnet Street, New Brunswick, N. J. 'O Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, I.S.C. Representative 4, WRA 3, SEA 4, I.S.C. Council 4. RENEE KAPLOW fMrs.J, 2611 Westfield Avenue, Camden, N. J. 'O Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, SEA 1, Women's Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ARLENE KARIAN, 31 Winthrop Road, Somerset, N. J. 'O Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, SEA 1, 2, 3, 4. JANE KARP, 237 Federal Street, Trenton, N. J. 'O Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4. KATHLEEN ANN KEARNEY, 11 Woods End Road, Clifton, N. J. 0 Theta Phi Sigma. 1, 2, 4, Recording Secretary 3. JUNE KEDERSHA, 2 Lane Oak Road, Middletown, N. J. 0 Gamma SigR1a 1, 2, 3, 4, Norsworthy House Council 2, 3, WRA 2, Choir 3, SE 3, 4. HOLLIE VIRGINIA KEEGAN, 1 Raymond Street, Englewood, N. J. FRANCES KENNEDY, 312 Division Street, Keyport, N. J. 0 Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 3. ARLINE KEREZSI, 12 Florence Street, Nixon, N. J. 'O Lambda'Mu 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi Member 3, 4, Student Education Associa- tion 2, 3, 4, Social Studies Association 2, 3. LORNA KERR, Old School House Lane, Lawrence Harbor, N. J. 0 Nu Delta Chi 1, 2, 3, Chi Lambda Rho 3, 4, WRA 1, 2, Bowling 1, 2, Drama Minor Role 1, 2, Chorus 1, Signal 2, 3, Seal 4, Outing Club 1, 2, Manager 2. SHIRLEY KERSEY, 25 Monroe Avenue, Dover, N. J. 0 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, WRA 1, 2, 3, '4, Booster Club 3. JOANNE KIELY, 1438 Stuyvesant Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0 Kappa Beta Xi- 1, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 2, 3. WILLIAM KLEIN, 615 Colford Avenue, Collingswood, N. J. MARY KLESKEN, 111 Harding Street, Trenton, N. J. I Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, Seal 4, SEA 1, 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH KLINGER, 6 Kathleen Place, Morris Plains, N. J. 0 Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, SEA 1, 2. HINDA KLINGHOFFER CMrs.J, 1441 Parkside Avenue, Trenton, N. J. I Modern Dance 3. RICHARD KLUMB, 101 Willow Avenue, North Plainfield, N. J. 0 Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. LORRAINE A. KNAPIK, Lower Berkshire Valley, Wharton, N. J. 0 Class Cabinet 1, Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Director 2, Ely Area Chairman 1, Allen Treasurer 3, WRA 4, Signal 1, 2, Circulation Manager 2, Seal 4, Section Editor 4, SEA 1, 3, 4, Trenton State Tutorial Program 4. ROBERT P. KONDRAS, 309 Redman Avenue, Haddonfield, N. J. 0 Student Education Association Member 2, 3, 4. V. JOYCE KOPPANYI, 36 Fogarty Drive, Trenton, N. J. 0 Social Seglices Chairman 1, 2, Arguromuthos Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, W A 1, . MARYANN KORCH, 126 Market Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. 0 Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, Drama Major Role 2, 3, Minor Role 1, 2, 3, Student Director 2, 3. MARILEE KOZLOWSKI, 9 Taylor Road, Franklin, N. J. I Snack Bar Chairman 2, Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, SEA 3, Newman Club 1, Class Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4, Synchronized Swimming 1. ELAINE KUCHEN, 1503 Wickapecka Drive, Wanamassa, N. J. 0 Class Cabinet 3 4 Philomathean Si ma 3 4 Ser an s 3 1 , Q g , , ge t-at-Arm . JOHN KUDRICK, 1417 East 7th Street, Plainfield, N. J. 0 Sigma Tau Chi 3, 4. JAMES G. KUSHMERICK, 53 Finay Place, Newark, N. J. 0 Phi Epsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Bliss Hall Council 2, 3, 4, Varsity Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Men's Athletic Association Director of Intramiarals 3, 4, Signal Sports Editor 3, 4. JAMES LADOTA, 5 Mather Street, Bridgeton, N. J. 0 Class Cabinet President 2, Student Executive Board 1, Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 43 Ely House Vice-President 4, Varsity Basketball 1. JOANNE LA FLEUR, 82 Greenbrook Road, Dunellen, N. J. 0 Lambda Mu 1, 2, 3, 4, Brewster Vice-President 3, Kappa Delta Pi 4, '- Changing classes. Student Exchange Committee 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4. MICHAEL D. LAIRD, 58 North Hamilton Avenue, Trenton, N. J. JUDITH ROSE LANNING, 3710 Nottingham Way, Trenton, N. J. PATRICIA LENOX, 419 West State Street, Trenton, N. J. ROSALIND LEVINSON fMrs.J, 31 Sanhican Drive, Trenton, N. J. 0 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Minor Role 2, Music Educators National Conference l, 2, 3, 4. DARLENE T. LIMOLI, 1801 Oak Tree Road, Iselin, N. J. I Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, Student Education Association 2, 4, Music Educators National Conference 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA LIPPINCOTT, Pomona, N. J. 0 Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, 4. MARIE HELENA LODGE, 21 Park Drive, Cherry Hill, N. J. 'O Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. CLAIRE LONGFIELD, 37 Colfax Road, Springfield, N. J. -0 Student Executive Board 4, Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, McLees Treasurer 1, Decker Hall President 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4, Student Education Association 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 2, Exchange Student to Canada 3. LORRAINE LOUIS, 296 George Street, New Brunswick, N. J. 0 Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Women's Recreation Association 1, 2, Student Education Association 4. C. OTTILIE T. LOVELL, 520 Ewingville Road, Trenton, N. J. ELAINE LOYEK fMrs.J, 222 Blake Avenue, Somerset, N. J. I Lambda Mu 1, 2, 3, 4. MARYANN JEAN LUCANIA, 580 Avenue A, Bayonne, N. J. 'O Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, Signal Exchange Manager 2, 3, 4, Student Education Association 1, 4. ELLEN LUND, 101 Willow Avenue, North Plainfield, N. J. I Philo- mathean 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, Student Education Association 4. CAROLYN MACIOCH, 384 Carteret Avenue, Carteret, N. J . 0 Theta Phi 2, 3, 4. TOBY JOYCE MAHLER, 33 Jefferson Street, Metuchen, N. J. JOYCE MAIER, 80 Henderson Street, Phillipsburg, N. J. 0 Sigma Sigma 1, 2, Pledge Master 1, Signal 2, Goode Geography Society 1, 2, Booster Club 1. PAT MALONEY, 132 West Upper Ferry Road, Trenton, N. J. 10 Stu- dent Executive Board 4. KAREN MARCASON, 14 Messler Street, East Brunswick, N. J. 0 Philomathean Sigma 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance 1, 2, Newman Club 3, 4. CHARLOTTE MARGERUM, 12 West Main Street, Penns Grove, N. J. 'O Arguromuthos Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, McLees House Council 4, Student Education Association 1, 3, 4. ELIZABETH MARINELLO, 139 4th Street, Newark, N. J. BRENDA MARINIELLO, 249 Marvin Avenue, Hackensack, N. J. 0 Theta Phi Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. ANNETTE MARINO, 104 lst Avenue, Raritan, N. J. 'O Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, SEA 1, 4. KENNETH W. MARTELL, 2-17 32nd Street, Fair Lawn, N. J. -0 Phi Epsilon Kappa 2, 3, 4. ANN MARTIN, 6 King's Highway, Middletown, N. J. 'O Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. LEE MARZ, 4 Woodcliff Avenue, Woodcliff Lake, N. J. -0 Philo- mathean Sigma 1, 2, 3. 4, Student Education Association 4. CLAIBORNE MASON, 48 South Broad Street, Penns Grove, N. J. 'O Student Executive Board Representative 4, Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Phi Alpha Delta 3, 4, Varsity Football 1, Signal Photography Editor 3, 4, Seal Photography Editor 3, 4, Chimes Editorial Board 3. ALICE M. MATTHEWS, 604 East 2nd Street, Plainfield, N. J. 0 Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, 4. . MURIEL MATTISON, 76 Broad Street, Flemington, N. J. ROBERT MAURO, 21 Oak Crest Road, West Orange, N. J. 40 Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, President 4, Varsity Soccer 1, 2, Student Education Association Member 3, 4, Social Studies Association Member 2, 4. DELORIS MAZZAGATTI, 18 South Madison Avenue, Hammonton, N. J. 0 Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3, Women's Physi- cal Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA MCCAUSLAND, 728 6th Avenue, River Edge, N. J. 0 Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3. STEPHEN C. MCCLUSKEY, 25 West 4th Avenue, Runnemede, N. J. 0 Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3. 4. PATRICIA ANN McGUlRE, 65 South Logan Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0 Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Student Education Association 3. KATHLEEN MCLAUGHLIN, 246 Poplar Avenue, Hackensack, N, J, 0 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, WRA Member 1, 2, 4, Recording Secretary 3. , LINDA MEGILL, 12 3rd Avenue, Neptune City, N. J. ROBERT METZ, 208 North Main Street, Cape May Court House, N. J. 'O Men's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Phi Epsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. , ANTHONY E. MEYER, 22 Carnegie Drive, Princeton, N. J. 0 Stu- dent Executive Board 43 Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4- JUDY MILLER, 116 Hamburg Turnpike, Wayne, N. J. 0 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Brewster House Council 4. I ' RICHARD A. MILLER, Box 277, Wilfred Avenue, Titusville, N. J. 0 Class Cabinet 4, Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Tennis 2, 4, Student Education Association 1, 4. JEAN MINARD, Fox Chase Road, Chester, N. J. I Arguromuthos Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Lakeside House Council 3, Signal 1, Kappa Delta P' 4. BEARBARA MINKIN, 16 Ravona Street, Clifton, N. J. 0 Class Cab- inet Representative 2, Lambda Mu 1, 23 Ely House Area Chairman 13 Student Education Association 1, Human Relations Project 1. FRANK J. MITCHELL, 479 Malibu Way, Bricktown, N. J. 0 Safety and Traffic Committee 1, 2, Social Services Committee 1, Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 3. DORATHEA MOHR, 55 Betts Avenue, Trenton, N. J. THOMAS OTIS MOLINEUX, 32 Hillside Avenue, Metuchen, N. J. 'O Phi Epsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Tennis 3, 4. . CAROL MOREHOUSE, 793 Ashton Street, Raritan, N. J. 'O Arguro- muthos Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. I l SUSAN J. MORRIS, 205 West K1ng's Highway, Audubon, N. J. ,o Arguromuthos 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Off-Campus Committee 4. FLORA E. MUHLEISEN, 226 Karsey Street, Highland Park, N, J. I Nu Delta Chi 1, 2, WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Education Association 1, 3, Women's Physical Education Association 4. GERRIE MULLEN, 1116 Park Avenue, Trenton, N. J. ELAINE JEANETTE MUNI, 249 Connecticut Avenue, Trenton, N. J. I Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Pledge Master 2, President 4, Drama Minor Rule 3, Student Education Association 2, 3, 4, President 3.- PAULA MURDICO, 364 Branch Avenue, Little Silver, N. J. 0 Philo- mathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. ANTHONY NAMI. ROBERT W. NANNAY, 14 Black Horse Pike, Runnemede, N. J. 0 Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3. NICHOLAS NAPOLEON, 231 Pearl Street, Trenton, N. J. 0 Student Education Association 3, 4, Debating Club 2, 3. ELAINE NAROZNIAK, 320 Willow Avenue, Long Branch, N. J. 'O Lambda Mu 1, 2, Norsworthy President 4, Seal 2, Kappa Delta Pi 4. JANET ANN NEWALL, 8 Keswick Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0 Sigma Sigma 3, 4,.Exchange Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. JEAN L. NICKLIN, 61 Sanhican Drive, Trenton, N. J, ELAINE NURKO, Box 406, Robbinsville, N. J. 'O Foreign Exchange Committee 2, Kappa Bet Xi 1, 2, 3, Kappa Delta Pi 4, Student Edu- cation Association 1. GEORGIA NURKO, Box 407, Robbinsville, N. J. 0 Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, WTSC Radio Station Treasurer 3, SEA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3. PATRICIA O'KEEFE, 162 Westervelt Avenue, North Plainfield, N. J. 10 Ionian 1, 2, Student Education Association 4. Valentine Party for St. Michael's Orphanage CAROL S. OLDIS CMrs.J, 1572 Pennington Road, Trenton, N. J. MARIANNE ONUSHKO, 1130 South Broad Street, Trenton, N. J. 'O Dance Club 1, 2, Kappa Delta Pi 4. GEORGE OPRE, 9 9th Avenue, Roebling, N. J. 0 Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3. ETHEL ORLICK, 14 Herbert Avenue, Milltown, N. J. -0 Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, Elementary Chorus 3. DOROTHY D. ORR, R.D. 2, Bridgeton, N. J. 'O Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4, Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE E. OSIF, 41 North Main Street, Allentown, N. J. SUSAN LOUISE OSTMAN, 335 Cedar Avenue, Ridgewood, N. J. 'O' Snack Bar 1, 2, 3, Chairman 3, Class Cabinet Treasurer 2, Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Brewster Treasurer 2, Allen Area Chairman 4, WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, Women's Physical Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHRYN H. OWENS fMrs.J, 28 South Main Street, Pennington, N. J. ALEXANDER PAPP, Route 130 R.D. 1, Yardville, N. J. MARGARET PARRONCHI, 10 La Grange Street, Raritan, N. J. 'O Signal Typist 3, 4, Student Education Association- 1, 4, Human Relations Committee 3, 4, Tutorial Project 3, 4. KATHY PAZDAN, 309 Mott Avenue, Burlington, N. J. 'O Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, SEA 4, Women's Physical Edu- cation Club 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL PEASE, 74 Broad Street, Freehold, N. J. I Arguromuthos 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH PERRY, 1675 Burnett Avenue, Union, N. J. 0 Lambda Mu 1, 2, 3, 4, WRA 2, 3, 4, Seal 4, Student Education Association 3, 4. NANCY CJPETERSON, 7 Navesink Drive, Monmouth Beach, N. J. 'O Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Women's Recreation Association 2, Inter- Varsity Christian Fellowship 2, 3, Secretary 2, 4, SEA 4. MALVINA PHILLIPS, 426 East Main Street, Moorestown, N. J. 0 Ely Resident Adviser 1, 2. CAROL PHILIPSON, 900 85th Street, North Bergen, N. J. I Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Education Association 3, 4, Booster Club 1. FRANK PICCINETTI, JR., 1311 Chestnut Avenue, Trenton, N. J. JON PIEJA, 532 Oakdene Avenue, Ridgefield, N. J. 0 Interfraternity Council Representative 3, Phi Alpha Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Signal Photography Editor 2, 3, Seal Photography 2, 3, Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Intramural Softball' 2, 3, 4, Industrial Arts News Letter Photography Editor 4. DONNA PINKUS, 271 Hobson Street, Newark, N. J. 0 Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Williams Representative 3, Student Education Asso- ciation 3, 4, Hill-el 1, 2, 3. FRANKLIN D. PINKUS, R.D. 42, Casina Drive, Farmingdale, N. J. 'O Track 1, Phi Alpha Delta 2, 3, 4. DAVID N. POINSETT, Ellisdale Road, Allentown, N. J. 0 Band 2, 3, Drama Major Role 2, 3, Minor Role 2, 3, WTSC Radio Sta- tion Assistant Manager 2, 3. CAROL J. POLIACIK, Highway 202-206, Somerville, N. J. 'O Stu- dent Executive Board 4, Arguromuthos Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. CAROL PORRONI, 301 Bert Avenue, Trenton, N. J. MARIANNE POTOCKI, 708 Puritan Avenue, Trenton 8, N. J. 0 Gamma Sigma 2, 3, 4, Drama Minor Role 2, Chimes Editorial Board 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4. GERTRUDE L. PROBSTING, 209 Howard Street, Riverton, N. J. 0 Intersorority Council Member 3, Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA J. PSOTA, 229 Sheridan Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. 'O Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1. BARBARA ANNE PULLER, 4-16 17th Street, Fair Lawn, N. J. 'O Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3. KATHLEEN PURSELL, 418 Knowlton Street, Belvidere, N. J. 0 iociial Services Committee 1, Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Minor o e 3. FRANCINE QUAYLE, 335 Norwood Avenue, South Plainfield, N. .J 'O Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Education Association 3, 4. MARY ALICE QUIGLEY, 5 Scammell Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 'O Nu Delta Chi 1, 2, Vice-President 3, Chi Lambda Rho 4, Vice-President 3, Social Studies Association 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL ANN RACKOSKI, 11 Laurel Avenue, Linwood, N. J. O WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, Women's Physical Education Association. CHRISTINE RACZKOWSKI, 72 James Street, Englewood, N. J. -0 Argo Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Norsworthy Court Member 4. ' HERBERT RADEER, 45 Swan Street, Lambertville, N. J. 'O Varsity Basketball 1. SHEILA M. RANDOLPH, 131Vz Frazier Street, Trenton, N. J. 0 Modern Dance Group 1, 2, 3, Human Relations Committee 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Team 3, Hub Recreation Committee 4, Health and Physi- cal Education Demonstration 2, 4. HELEN MICHELE REPKO, 646 Beatty Street, Trenton, N. J. 0 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Vice-President 4. BARBARA REZANKA, Mitchell Avenue, Watchung, N. J. 'O Philo- mathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL.A. RICCA, 177 Madison Avenue, River Edge, N. J. 0 Sigma Sigma 1, 2, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Student Education Association 3, 4. BONNIE L. RICHEBACHER, 204 Greenland Avenue, Trenton, N- J- ' Argo Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 2, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 3, 4, Women's Physical Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4. SUZANNE RICKER, 113 w 11' 1 st r, W f' ld N, , 1, 2, 3, chi Lambda Rho 3, iiirigiirerr? est le ' J ' Tex PAUL T. RIEGERT, 217 Southview Drive, Cherry Hill, N. J. 0 Phi Epsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. JANE M. RIESENFELD, P.O. Box 157, Roosevelt, N. J. 0 Student Exchange Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Cub Talk 1, Resident Assistant, Fam- ily Relations 1, 2, 3, 4, International Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ALLEN RIFKIN, Village Road East, Dutch Neck, N. J. 0 Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3. WENDY CAROL RINGEISEN, Box 41 R.D. 42, Cranbury, N. J. 0 Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4. JOANN RISSLAND, 18 Varsity Court, Newark, N. J. 'O Lambda Mu 1, Williams House Council 1, 2. PAUL R. RISTOW, 222 Hunter Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 'O Student Exchange Committee 4, Phi Epsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, Corresponding Secretary 4, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Var- sity Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. I ROBERT RITTER, 134 Newkirk Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 'O Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4. IRENE RITTERMAN, 71 E. Front Street, Red Bank, N. J. -0 Zeta Tau Sigma Member 1, 2, Dormitory Vice-President, Hillel Member 1, Hillel Corresponding Secretary 2, 3. G. RONALD RIZZO, 251 Voorhis Avenue, River Edge, N. J. 0 Student Executive Board Safety and Traffic Committee 4, Class Cabinet 2, 4, House Council Bliss Hall 3, New House 2, Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES ROBERTS, 36 Hardwick Drive, Trenton, N. J. I Phi Alpha Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL R. ROBINSON, 41 Oak Grove Lane, Metuchcn, N. J. 'O Phi Epsilon Kappa 1, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, President 4. MARY ELLEN ROESCH, 715 Grove Street, Rahway, N. J. 'O Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, Custodian 2, Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4. REGINA E. ROGERS, 608 Greenway Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0 Philomathean Sigma 2, 3, 4. GAIL R. ROSEN, 235 75th Street, North Bergen, N. J. O Arguro- muthos Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Norsworthy House Council 2, Student Edu- cation Association 2, 4. JEAN ANN ROSLAN, 134 Elm Street, Dover, N. J. I Class Cabinet 4, Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Newman Club 1, 4. CATHERINE ROWAN, 112 Prince Street, Bordentown, N. J. 0 Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, Drama, Major Role 3, Student Director 2, 3, 4, Chimes, Business Editor 4, English Club 4. WILLIAM R. RUDOLPH, 18 E. Haddon Avenue, Oaklyn, N. J. 0 Class Cabinet Member 1, Phi Mu Alpha President 2, 3, Historian 4, Human Relations Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Men's Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. JUDY RUPPERT, 297 Lawrence Avenue, North Plainfield, N. J. 0 Omega Psi 1, 2, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Student Education Association 1, 2. ARTA RYMAN, R.D. 952, Washington, N. J. -0 Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. ' BARBARA ANN SABO, 215 Pershing Avenue, Carteret, N. J. 0 Elections and Limitations 2, Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Women's Physical Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4. LILLIAN SAKOWSKI, 22 E. Kupsch Street, Sayreville, N. J. 0 Mc- Lees Area Chairman 4, Signal 1, Newman Club 1, 4. ROBERTA SALLY, 579 Fourth Avenue, North Brunswick, N. J. I Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, Student Education Association 4, Trenton- Princeton Tutorial Program. - LINDA CAROL SALMONSEN, 108 Wedgewood Drive, Riverton, N. J. 'O Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4. ' JOAN M. SARISKY, 388 Jefferies Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. I Lambda Mu 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, Student Education Associa- tion 4. MARY JANE SAUNDERS, 424 Worthington Avenue, Spring Lake, N. J. MARGARET SAVIERS, 715 New Durham Road, Metuchen, N. J. -0 Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Health and Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Physical Education Demonstration 4. ANGELO SCAROLA, 209 Garfield Avenue, Plainfield, N. J. 0 Var- sity Soccer 1, 2, 3, Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. ROSALIND SCHATZMAN, 425 Magnolia Street, Highland Park, N. J. 0 Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH SCHIENHOLZ, 14 Albans Avenue, Trenton 8, N. J. NATHANIEL SCHIENHOLZ, 14 Albans Avenue, Trenton 8, N. J. 0 Student Education Association Member 3, 4. RUTH ANN SCHILDHORN, 18 General Greene Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 'O Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Cub Talk, Commuters' Council. STANLEY R. SCHULTZ, 27 Lincoln Avenue, Lambertville, N. J. ROSEMARY SCHULZE, 703 W. Scott Avenue, Rahway, N. J. 0 Lambda Mu 1, 2,-3, 4, Decker Hall Area Chairman 4, Student Edu- cation Association 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2. NINA SCHWEITZER, 32 Bond Street, Passaic, N. J. 'O Signal 4, News Reporter, Human Relations 2. LORRAINE N. SCULL, 341 Sixth Avenue, Absecon, N. J. 0 Argu- romutlios Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, W.R.A. 1, Student Education Associ- ation . BRUCE D. SEAMAN, 1030 Stuyvesant Avenue, Trenton 8, N. J. 0 Safety and Traffic Chairman, Varsity Football 1, 2, Varsity Track 1, Drama, Major Role 1, 2, 3, Minor Role 1, 2, Student Director 3. JUDY SEDWICK, 16 Rose Avenue, Madison, N. J. I Student Ex- ecutive Board 1, 2, 3, Snack Bar 2, 3, Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Women's Physical Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN SEILER, 505 Melrose Avenue, Middlesex, N. J. 0 Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4. CAROL SERWELL, R.D. ,ffl Camplain Road, Somerville, N. J. 0 Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, Pledge Master 2, WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, Correspond- ing Secretary 2, 3, President 4. ELIZABETH SEVERI, 342 West Pearl Street, Burlington, N. J. 0 Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, Social Studies Association 4. ANNA MARY SHARGO, 153 North Hamilton Avenue, Trenton, N. J. I Kappa Beta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, Pledge Master 2, SEA 4, Debate Club 2. SUSAN ANN SHERMAN, 424 Brighton Avenue, Spring Lake, N. J. 0 Omega Psi' 1, 2, 3, 4, Signal 2, Associate Editor, News Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4, Student Education Association 1, 2, 4. FRED SIGAFOOS, 335 Garfield Street, Trenton, N. J. 0 Newman Club 2, 3, 4. LINDA SIGMUND, 47 Orange Place, Irvington, N. J. I Arguro- muthos Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1. JUDITH SIMONDS, 131 Central Avenue, West Trenton 8, N. J. 'O Arguromuthos Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, Seal, Section Editor 3, 4, Student Education Association 3, 4, Women's Physical Educa- tion Association 1, 2, 3, 4, International Club 3. ARLENE F. SINGER, 3-12 Dorothy Street, Fair Lawn, N. J. 0 Lambda Mu 4. DOROTHY SISCO, 253 Hamilton Street, New Brunswick, N. J. JOYCE SKINNER, RD 41, Woodstown, N. J. 'O Gamma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Norsworthy Officer 3, 4, WRA 1, 2, 3, 4. MARYANN SLIWA, 321 Klagg Avenue, Trenton, N. J. E. CHRISTINE SMITH, 531 Lehigh Avenue, Burlington, N. J. 0 Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Cabinet Representative 1, Samson House Treasurer 3, Student Education Association 1, 4. GLORIA SMITH, 63 Sunset Boulevard, Trenton, N. J. 'O Sigma Sig- ma 1, 2, 4, Alumni Secretary 3, Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA SMITH, 2111 Aldene Avenue, Scotch Plains, N. J. 0 Lambda Mu. ROBERT G. SMITH, 7 June Way, Middlesex, N. J. 0 Safety and Traffic 4, Ely Treasurer 4. DOROTHY SOLWAR, 2018 Dill Avenue, Linden, N. J. 0 Class Cabinet 2, 3, Arguromuthos Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Dormitory House Council 2, Seal 2, Kappa Delta Pi, Refreshment Chairman 3, 4, Stu- dent Education Association l, 2. GAIL JUNE SOREN, 528 Johnston Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0 Ionian Sigma Member 1, 2, 4, Recording Secretary 3, Student Education Association Member 3, 4. ELSIE T. SOSINSKI, 111 Main Street, South River, N. J. O Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH SOVIERO, 10 Cross Street, Little Silver, N. J. 0 Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. ANITA FRANCES SPEZZANO, Box 360 R.D. 42, Farmingdale, N. J. 0 Theta Phi Sigma 1, 2, Choral Director 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Major Role 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Winner of Talent Show 3, Music Educators Na- tional Conference l, 2, 4, Vice-President 3, Representative for Tren- ton State College at Philadelphia Concert Choir Series. ANNA STEIN, Creamridge, N. J. 0 Kappa Beta Xi 2, 3, 4, Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4. HAROLD A. STOUT, 7 Third Street, Keyport, N. J. 'O Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANCES ANN SULLA, 578 Bridgewater Avenue, Somerville, N. J. 'O Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH SUSKEVICH, 23 Whitehead Avenue, South River, N.J.4'0 Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Education Associa- tion . BARBARA ELAINE SUTTERLIN, 613 Grand Street, Trenton, N. J. 0 Lambda Mu 1, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH D. SWALUK, 22 Westminster Place, Nixon, N. J. I Phi Alpha Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. . RICHARD A. SWANSON, 1034 Hamilton Drive, Vineland, N. J. 0 Student Executive Board Representative 1, 2, Safety and Traffic Com- mittee 1, 2, Chairman 2, Class Cabinet President 3, 4, Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Phi Alpha Delta 3, 4, Barrett House Officer 4. HELEN M. TARTARSKY, 1075 Brown Road, Somerville, N. J. 0 Lambda Mu 1, 2, Signal 1, Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY ELAINE TAYLOR, 359 Litchfield Street, Ridgewood, N. J . Q Exchange Committee 3, 4, Intersorority Council, Co-chairman 7ClHri?ngas4Formal 2, Vice President 3, Student,Education Associa- ion , , , . JOYCE TRAPHAGEN, 44 Pinewood Drive, Neptune, N. J. -0 Stu- dent Executive Board 2, Assistant Treasurer 3, 4, Elections and Limi- tations 2, Social Services 3, USNSA 3, Class Cabinet Representative 1,'2, Theta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Education Associ- ation 1, 2, 3, 4 Women's Physical Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2. MARJORY C. TRAVIS, 317 East Oak Street, Millville, N. J. 0 Sig- ma Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. PHILIP A. 'TUMMINIA, 1376 Whitman Avenue, Camden, N. J. I Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, President 4, Bliss Hall President 3, Varsity Football 2, 3. MRS. BARRY R. TUNBRIDGE, Pinewood Drive, Shark River Hills, Neptune, N. J. I BARBARA LOUISE TUNISON, 21 North Cedar Parkway, Living- ston, N. J. 'Q Kappa Beta Xi 1, 3, 4, Pledge Master 2, Student Edu- cation Association 1, 4. JANE LIPPINCOTT TURNER, 17 West Delaware Avenue, Pen- nington, N. J. 'O Drama, Minor Role 2, 3. VALERIE URBANOWITZ, 390 Spring Street, Union, N. J. 0 Kappa Delta Pi 4, Apgar Society 1, 2, 3, 4. 91 North 10th St., Newark JOAN A. VALTA, 301 Washington Avenue, Point Pleasant Beach, N. J. -0 Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, 4. JANE VAN ALST, 1074 Pennington Road, Trenton, N. J. 0 Apgar Society 1, 2, 3. KATHLEEN VAN CZAK, 151 Fitz Randolph Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 0 Student Executive Board 1, Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, WRA 1, 2, 3, 4, Acquatics Arts Manager 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, President 4, SEA 4, Newman Club 2, 3, 4. JANET VAN DERVER CMrs.J, Route 9 R.D. if 4, Freehold, N. J. 'O Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH E. VARCOE, 5 Shearman Road, Succasunna, N. J. 0 Student Executive Board Representative 3, 4, Safety and Traffic 3, Chairman 4, Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Bliss Hall Treasurer 2, Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, MAA Vice President 3, Kappa Delta Pi 4. BARBARA VARGA, 413 Railroad Avenue, Phillipsburg, N. J. 0 WRA 1, 2, Seal 4, Student Education Association 4, Tri-County Reading 4, Newman Club 1, 2, Archery Club 2, Outing Club 1, 2. THERESA A. VENANZI, 522 Hudson Street, Trenton, N. J. 'O Newman Club 1, 2, Elementary Chorus 3. CAROL VERGARI, 555 Mountain Avenue, Bound Brook, N. J. 0 Student Executive Board Representative 4, Student Curriculua 4, Elections and Limitations 4, Lambda Mu l, 2, 3, Social Studies As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4, Human Relations Committee 2, 3, 4. BARBARA VERGALLA, 3 Grove Street, Cranford, N. J. 'O Sigma Sigma 2, Drama, Major Role 2, 3, Minor Role 2. RAYMOND A. VERNER, Juliustown, N. J. 'O Student Executive Board, Vice-President 4, Phi Alpha Delta 2, 3, 4, Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4, Elections and Limitations Committee 4. SUZANNE VOLOWITZ, 501 North Hermitage Avenue, Trenton, N. J. IRENE MARIE WALDRON, 23 Columbia Avenue, Trenton, N. J. 'O Philomathean 1, Rhythmatic Swimming 1, Student Education As- sociation 1. SUSAN M. WALLING, 137 Division Street, Keyport, N. J. 0 Omega Psi 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Education Association 4. JENNIE K. WARD, 7 Brook Lane, Bordentown, N. J. -0 Gamma Sigma 2, 3, 4, Women's Physical Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN J. WARREN, 906 Leland Avenue, Plainfield, N. J. 'O Arguromuthos Sigma 1, 2, Vice President 3, Member 4, Intersorority Council Representative 4, Norsworthy Historian 2, Treasurer 3, WRA 1, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Student Education Association 2, Protestant Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT WEBER, 18 Cadwalader Terrace, Trenton, N. J . 0 Varsity Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country Track 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Phi Alpha Delta 1, 2, 4, President 3. ELIZABETH WEDEMEYER, 330 Sherwood Drive, Paramus, N. J. 0 Ionian Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Seal Section Editor 4, Student Education Association 1, 3, 4, Historian 2. ARLENE ABIS ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,..... 2 70 Jerome Ave., Oakhurst NQRMA ABRAMS ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,.,,..,. 8 7 Obre Pl., Shrewsbury IOSEIJI-I ADOCI-IIO ,L ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,..,.., ..,. 7 3 South St., Milltown MARILYN ALFORD ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,. 1889 Pennington Rd., Trenton ROBERTA AMERMAN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,....,,. 17 George Pl., Clinton MARY ANDRIDGE .... 16-B Bordentown Manor Apts., Bordentown LINDA ANDRUSKY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 545 Willow Ave., Scotch Plains WILLIAM ARACE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Box 70 A, R.D. 1, Old Bridge CAROLE ARCADIPANE ,,,,,, .,.,. 1 900 Princeton Ave., Trenton FRANK ARCI-IVIII -,,,,,,,,,,,-, ,,,,,,,,,,,,..... R .D. 1., Lambertville VIRGINIA ATKINSON ,,,,,, ...... 2 17 Park Ave., Phillipsburg WILLIAM AUSTIN, JR, ,,,, ,, ,.,...,.,..... G-9 Providence Court, Chelsea Village, Atlantic City DONNA AYERS ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,....,. 2357 Pennington Rd., Trenton BEVERLY BAHRENBURG ,,.........,,.,... Bridgeport Rd., Belle Mead MELANIE BASS ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.. ,,......,... 1 6 Tuxedo Pkwy., Newark PATRICIA BAYLOR .......... 258 East Washington Ave., Washington SANDRA BEDNARD ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,.,........ 636 Erhardt Ave., Beverly ELIZABETH A, BEEBE ,.,,,,...... 11 Rockview Ave., North Plainfield BARBARA BEISEL ,,,,,.,,,, ...,.................. 9 000 Long Beach Blvd., GEORGE J. WEINROTH, 1550 Pennington Road, Trenton, N. J. 0 Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Football 1, 2, Drama Major Role 2, 3, Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate Club 2, 3. JOYCE M. WHITE, 214 Seventh Avenue, Long Branch, N. J. 0 Nu Delta Chi 1, 2, 3, Chi Lambda Rho 3, 4, Pledge Master 2, Stu- dent Education Association 1, 4. KENNETH WHITE, 316 Beechwood Avenue, Trenton, N. J. I Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. M. E. ELIZABETH WHITEHEAD, 1405 Wabash Avenue, North- field, N. J. 'O Lambda Mu 1, 2, 3, 4, Brewster Area Chairman 2, 4, Sigrzall News Editor 3, Associate Editor 4, Student Education Associ- a ion . ROBERT H. WIDMANN, 126 Summit Avenue, West Trenton 8, N. J.lg02Phi Epsilon Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity rac . JOAN WILLIAMS, 621 Beatty Street, Trenton, N. J. 'O Kappa Beta Xi 1, Assistant Treasurer 2, President 3, Member 4, Student Educa- tion Association 2. MARTIN WINAR, 1 Buttonwood Street, Trenton, N. J. -0 Social Studies Association 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 1, 2, 4, President 3, Rosco L. West Book Fund 2, 3, Chairman 4. FLORENCE WITONSKY, 1056 Stuyvesant Avenue, Trenton, N. J. ARLENE R. WOLFF, 43 Krotik Place, Irvington, N. J. -O Zeta Tau Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Education Association 3, 4. JAMES H. WOLFERBERGER, 304 Niglick Street, Point Pleasant Beach, N. J. I Theta Nu Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4. JEAN A. WOODHULL, 86 Taylor Terrace, Hopewell, N. J. ROBERT WURTZEL, R.D. 51792, Box 4202, Englishtown, N. J. 0 Phi Epsilon Kappa Member 2, Historian 3, Secretary 4, Hillel 2, 3, 4, WTSC Radio Station Manager 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi Member 4. MARY JUNE YENCARELLI, 1709 HM" Street, West Belmar, N. J. 'O Lambda Mu, Pledge Master 2, President 3, Member 4, Seal, Senior Associate Editor 4. JUNE KATHLEEN YODICE, 78 Kings Road, Little Silver, N. J. I Philomathean Sigma 1, 2, 3, Historian 4, Woodside President 3. BARBARA A. YOUNG, 62 Hei-ghts Terrace, Middletown, N. J. 0 Safety and Traffic Committee, Kappa Beta Zi 2, 3, 4. JUDITH C. YURINA, 649 Court Avenue, Perth Amboy, N. J. 0 Lambda 1, 2, 4, Recording Secretary 3, Student Education As- socia ion , . EUGENE ZAJAC, 54 Dolan Street, Sayreville, N. J. DONNA ZUZZIO, 403 East Second Street, Plainfield, N. J. 'O Social Services Committee 2, Snack Bar Committee 2, 3, Philomathean 1, 2, 3, 4, Finance Committee 4, Woodside Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3, Kappa Delta Pi 4. STANLEY ZWEBACK, 209 Chestnut Street, Lakewood, N. J. 0 PHILIP W. BELLINI .......... Peahala Park, Beach .Haven 112 Seeley Ave., Kearny MAUREEN BENDOTTI .... f 'fffffffnie Edgewater Rd., Cliffside Park KATHLEEN BENICK ..... 41 Birch Ave., Plainfield BETTY BENNETT ,,,,,,,,,..... .,.......... 1 18 Rossell Ave., Trenton ARLENE BERKMAN .,.......................... 712 Parkside Ave., Trenton LORRAINE BERNASCONI MRS. BETSY SHUGERMA 401 Burlington Ave., Phillipsburg N BIANCHI .......... 364 Adolphus Ave., Cliffside Park WALTER BITNER ...................... 205 Second Ave., Haddon Heighths RICHARD BLAZOVSKY ............................ 223 Huff Ave., Manville MARJORIE JOAN BLACK .............. 1925 Chapel Ave., Cherry Hill Sigma Tau Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY JANE BOAS ........... . .... ....... 8 11 West Main St., Millville GEORGE GARY BOBIK ........ JEANNE BONNELL ............ LYNNE F. BOUMA .......... LISSA BROWN .................. NICHOLAS BRUNO ............ ANDREA BUCCERONI ...... 517 Beatty St., Trenton Bay Ave., Waretown 12-27 Burbank St., Fair Lawn 16 Marshall St., Irvington 3 Hewitt St., Trenton 105 Abbott Ave., Palisades Park HELEN BURNS ....................... ....... 2 300 Hamilton Ave., Trenton JOANNE M.-BUCCERONI ........ ............... 8 17 Parker St., Newark JAMES R. BUCKLEY, JR. ..... ..,.......... 4 6 Pebble Lane, Levittown MARY F. BURNESS ........................ King George Rd., Bound Brook CATHERINE MARY BURNS 537 Magie Ave., Elizabeth ROBERT E. BURKART ....,..,...,. IRENE BURKE .....................,. ROBERTA A. BUSH ...,.....,., FRANK L. CALLAHAN ..... SUSAN CARSON ............... JEAN CASPER ............... PETER CATANESE ....... RICHARD CENCI ........,.... RONALD L. CHISTE ....... SONDRA A. CHOKO .......... KAREN M. CHONKA ............. ELLEN CHRISTOFFERSON ..... JO ANN CLARK ..................,... SUSAN CLAYTON ............,.. 29 West Blackwell St., Dover . .............. 303 Maple St., Middlesex 141 Madison Ave., Cherry Hill 9 Ford Ave., Freehold 131 Coleman Rd., Trenton 111 Newell Ave., Trenton 182 Easton Ave., New Brunswick 312 Tindall Ave., Trenton 231 Randall Ave., Trenton 1 North Dr., East Brunswick 21 Torden Pl., Rockaway 21 Blackwood Dr., Trenton . Ridgeway Rd., Toms River JUDITH ANN CLYMER ....... ...ff"35'i Belvidere Rd., ,Phillipsburg SUSAN COBURN ................,..,,, ,, , 39 Annapolis Dr., Hazlet DAVID W- COCHRAN ............................ 126 Poplar Ave., Linwood JACQUELYN A. COCHRAN PATRICIA CLARK ........ I ........,...,,., JOHN COE ............................... 118 Park Lane, Wayne 119 Edison Rd., Cherry Hill 247 Devalan St., New Brunswick 2 BARBARA JEAN COMISKEY ..... ....... 6 Pennroad Ave., Trenton MARIA CONSIGLIO ................................ 246 Thropp Ave., Trenton ANDREA CRAVY ................................ 815 Railroad Ave., Manville RONALD CUBBERLEY ,,.,........................ 61 Regina Ave., Trenton WALTER CURRY ..,............... 59 Highland Ave., Atlantic Highlands MARY CURTIS .............. ......................... 1 1 Prospect St., Caldwell LYNN DANZIGER ........ ............. 3 34 King Rd., New Brunswick SHEILA DAKS ............... ....... R .D. No. 4, Box 62, Freehold JOHN DeHAAN ...... ...... .... ...... 2 0 2 Plane St., Hackettstown LOUIS DELLA BARCA ....... ..,.... 7 1 Prospect Ave., Red Bank JOHN A. DelBIONDO ...... ...... 3 23 9th Ave., Haddon Heights ROSE DeLIA ...................... ........ 7 19 South Broad St., Trenton KAREN JANE DELL ....... ....... 1 205 Oakwood Rd., Belmar RONALD DeROSA ........ .......... 8 16 Bogert Rd., River Edge JOHN DE VOE .,................. ..... 1 09 Abbott Ave., Ocean Grove SANDRA DEWAR ................ ......... 2 343 South Broad St., Trenton DOROTHY DeMEIS ................................ 5 Spray Ave., Atlantic City NICHOLAS DISTEFANO ............ 36 Simplex Ave., New Brunswick JOSEPH DODD .,............................ 15 New Monmouth, Middletown MRS. NANCY GRUNDEN DOHERTY ........ 46 Pennsylvania Ave., Carteret JANET M, DOUGI-IERTY .................... 74 Clifton Ter., Weehawken ELDRIDGE DOWNES ,,,,,,,,, ..,... 2 03 Barclay Lane, Cherry Hill MAUREEN DRUGAN ,,,,,, ......................... 1 5 Cottage Pl., Trenton JAMES HOOPER ,..... DIANE HUF F ............... 194 North 16th St., East Orange 110 West Franklin St., Bound Brook RUTH HUSBAND ........... .................................................. S Gotland JUDY IANNIELLO ............ MICHAEL IANNONE GAIL ALICE INGRAM KATHRYN IN MAN .....,.,... SUSAN JACKSON ........... MILDRED JACOBUS ..... JUDITH JELMERT ............ CAROL ANN JOHNSON 85 Stoll St., Netcong 1510 High St., Burlington 15 Hamilton Ave., Dumont 11 Butts Ave., Bordentown 15 Boyd Ave., Jersey City 859 Parkway Ave., Trenton 64 Cedar Rd., Watchung 7 Hanover Rd., Florham Park DOROTHY JOHNSON ....... ....,....... 6 1 Wetmore Ave., Morristown EILEEN JOHNSON ....,,,,,... ,.,...,. B ox 378, Rt. 46, Great Meadows FRANCES JOHNSON .... 90 East Prospect St., Hopewell JOANNE JOHNSON ......,,...... ....... 9 44 Asbury Ave., Ocean City BARBARA JOHNSTON ,,,,,.,, ...,.. 4 02 Roebling Ave., Trenton DOROTHY JOHNSTON ........................................ Rt. 38, Moorstown GEORGIEANNE JONES ..........................., 146 Scotch Rd., Trenton ROBERT J. JONES .....,.........,......,.,.......,,.... 40 Boonton Ave., Butler VERA M. JONES .............. 1005 North Michigan Ave., Atlantic City NAN JORDAN ...,,....,..,...,,..,........... 7 Bryn Mawr Rd., West Orange RONALD KAMIN ........ 9 Highway, R.D. 1, Box 300C, Englishtown MARGARET KANE .............................. 1008 Quinton Avel, Trenton KAY DUDLEY ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,.,,,,. 1 81 Kihade Trail, Medford Lakes GAIL DUDZIK ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.-,,,-,,,.,.,,,..,.,. 6 78 Single St., Perth Amboy FERN N, DUVAL ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,.,,.,,,,,.,.,,. 637 Cooper Ave., Oradell LOEY EINSELEN .............. 133 Woolmans Lane, Rancocas Woods. Mt. Holly BILL EMENER ,.,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,.,,,,.,,,.............. R.F.D. 4, Box 138, Jackson CAROL ENGLISH ,.,,,.,.,.....,, ...,.....,...,,...... 1 Plasket Ave., Salem MARTHA ENNIS ,.................... JOHANNE D. EPIFANIO ..... 407 Cedarcraft Ave., Audubon 731 East Earl Dr., Vineland MARCELLA SUE EPSTEIN .11ff'I56 Madison Ave., New Milford MELINDA ERDBERG ............. FLORENCE ESPOSITO ....... ROBERT GARY EWING ........ EDNA EYRE ............................. 41 Ames Ave Ber enfield -, 8 19 Circle Pl., Lincroft 7 Bradway Ave., Trenton 171 Liberty St., Hackettstown DIANNE FAIN ............................................ 31 Prospect St., Caldwell PAMELA FAIRHURST .................. 35 North Midland Ave., Kearny MARY LORAINE FALZONE ................................ R.D. 3, Princeton JAMES W. FENTON, JR. .......... 19 North Texas Ave., Atlantic City BARBARA ANNE FERENCE ..................... . 773 Beatty St., Trenton JUDITH A. FERGUSON .......................... Dover-Chester Rd., Ironia GENIE FERRIER .......................... 7 Highland Ave., Pompton Plains VICTORIA FERUS ........ Marshallville Rd., P.O. Box 67, Tuckahoe CARLA FIABANE .................................. 31 Leavitt Lane, Princeton DORIS FIELD ............. .................................... B ox 364, Branchville JOAN FIELO .................. ............. 4 2 Lehigh Ave., Newark SANDRA FINKLER ...... ............ 2 22 Dwight St., Jersey City JANET FOLLAND ........ ........ R .F.D. 1, Box 1-396, Princeton ROBERT FORTE .............. ........... 4 09 Sherman Ave., Raritan ELAINE D. FOWLER .............. .............. 3 01 Race St., Millville THADDEUS W. FOWLER ..... Tanglewood 3, Barnegat JOANNE FRANCHINI ........ ..................... 2 241 Evans St., Rahway FRANK FRANCISCO ...... .............................. 1 6 Grant St., Dover LINDA FRANK ................. .... 1 168 Tappan Rd., Harrington Park CAROL FRIEND .................. ....................... V alley Rd., Millington ENGENE M. FRY, 3RD ..... .........,,......... 6 9 Ashland Rd., Summit SUZANNE GADBOIS .......... ...... B ox 321-A, R.D. 1, Bordentown MAXINE GALANTY .............. .................. 1 40 Keer Ave., Newark MICHAEL A. GALLINA ........ BARBARA GARRISON ....... CLARE GARRISON ,........ SANDRA GARTH ...........,.... 259 North Center St., Orange 116 Davis Ave., Keamy PO Box 221 Woodsto . . , wn 15 Hillside Ave., Succasunna PATRICIA GETZINGER ........................ 127 Academy St., Trenton JO, ANN GIN DER ......................., 1602 South Clinton Ave., Trenton DOROTHY ANNE GLEASON ............ 203 Platt Ave., Wrightstown CINDY GLEICHER .................................. 21 Dale Dr., West Orange NANCY GLENZ .......................... 1809 Maple Ave., Haddon Heights IRVENA GLOVER ........................................ 7 Quarry St., Princeton MARILYN JEANNE GODLESKI ............ 30 East 26th St., Bayonne BARBARA GOLDBERG .................... 86 Westside Ave., Bergenfield FRAN JOY OOLDBERG .............. 606 Central Ave., Bradley Beach I-ADYI-EASE GOODRIDGE .......................... Paraiso, C.Z., Panama SHARON GOTTFRIED ........ Box 163, 2 Windy Bush Way, Trenton JOSEPH GRACEFFO ................................ 104 Union Ave., Garfield DOLORES GRECO ...,... ..,.. 642 East Main St Somerv' . ., ille ALICE GRE-GA .......... ........ 9 State Normal Pl., Jersey City ALBERT GRIFFIN ....... JOAN E. GRIMLEY ......... BARBARA GRIMM ....,........... BARBARA GUENTHER ........ DENISE A. HALL .,....,....,.,.. 170 Elm St., Cresskill . ........ 111 Lakeside Dr., Glassboro 1960 Greenwood Ave., Trenton 42 Washington St., Red Bank 304 Oakwood Dr., Paramus CAROI-YN HAMRAH .......................... 1235 Lenox Ave., Plainfield JANICE J. HANKINS ...................... 1630 Center St., Point Pleasant BARBARA HANSEN .......................... R.D. 1, Box 230, Englishtown RICHARD ALLEN HARTLEY 45E Atlantic Ave., Clementon STEPHEN HELMSTADTER .......,......,.,,,,,,,,,, 19 Cedar St., Oakland MARION A. HERCKNER ........ CATHERINE E. HERMAN ..... 82 Dover St., Newark 723 St. George Ave., Rahway MRs.- D. ARLENE HEWITT .HEEL--2050 Pennin ren Rd Trenton MARLAINE HILLER ....,,.,,.,.,.,, JOHN V. HINDS, 3RD ........... MARY HOFEREK .,.,........,.,.,, . g ., 18 Ashwood Ave., Dover 413 Atlantic Ave., Matawan 79 Irving Ter., Bloomfield LINDA LEE HOFFMANN .......... 35 Lake Rd., Upper Saddle River M. SUSAN HOFFORAN ,....... ..,,.,,,,,, 1 101 East Main St., Millville RICH KANE .,.......................,....,..................... 60 Hull Ave., Freehold MARION KARP ..,...,. ...... R .D. 3, Box 249, Farmingdale GEORGE KATZ ,,,.,,,,.,,,,,.,,, ......,,...........,. 2 9 Dodge Dr., Trenton STEVEN KATZ ....................... ...... B ox 224-C, R.D. 1, Englishtown MARY LYNN KAUFER ....... .............. 3 6 Merritt Ave., Dumont PATRICIA KAVALEK .............. ..... 1 0 Eldridge Ave., Middletown BEVERLY KAYE .............................................. 54 Henry St., Passaic ALFRED EDISON KELLERS .................. R.D. 2, Box 500, Neptune NICOLE JANET KEMPF .............. Kresson-Gibbsboro Rd., Marlton GERALD KERRIGAN .......................... 51 Bernard AveQ, Metuchen SHIRLEY KERVI .................................. 24 Farm Brook Dr., Trenton JANET KINLER ...................... 23 Lawrence Brook, East Brunswick ROBERT KIRSCHBAUM .......................... 118 Post Ave., Lyndhurst JOAN H. KLAUSNER ,.,..,...........,.. 1163 Lower Ferry Rd., Trenton SHARON KLEIMAN .............................. 400 Glenside Dr., Millville DOROTHY E. KLEYO ...... R.D. 1, West Camplain Rd., Somerville FRANCINE KLUNDER .............................. 121 Raritan Rd., Linden NANCY KNECHTEL ...... WINNIE KOHLER ........... 20 Eldridge Rd., Mt. Tabor 40 Willry St., Woodbridge PEARL KOLINER ................... ................ 6 Fordham Rd., Somerset MARILYN- KOLL ............................ 27 Bennett Ave., Rochelle Park MICHAEL E. KONDRK .................................... 22 State St., Carteret MARY JANE KOWALCZYK 82 Chadwick St., East Rutherford DOROTHY KRISS ............................. . .... 8 Newark Ave., Spotswood KAREN L. KRUGER ............. .................. 1 6 Broadway, Belford JOHN E. KULPA ........................ .......... D alston St., Old Bridge FRANCIS A. LA MONICA ....... PATRICIA LATOURETTE 11 Anderson St., Raritan 1 Forsgate Lane, Bordentown JUDITH LASEROWITZ ..... ffffm 'aff ..... 120 vanhugn Ave., Passaic CAROL JEAN LEAVY ....... JUDY LEIGI-I .................... PATRICIA LEONARD ....... PHILIP C. LEVBARG ..... MICHAEL LEVINE ......... RUTH LEVINE ............,....... LINDA S. LIEBERMAN FRAN LINDSLEY ............... EILEEN LISEHORA ......... CHARLES LLOYD ........... PAUL LORAH .,.......,...,.....,., Main St., Stanhope Orchard Rd., R.D., Skillman 101 Brinton Ave., Trenton 172 Glenn Ave., Lakewood Box 115, Clarksburg 922 Raymere Ave., Wanamassa R.D. Box 334, Hightstown EDWARD A. LINDSLEY ........,..... 19 Overhill Rd., East Brunswick 222 Elm St., Cresskill Station A, Trenton 10 Ford Ave., Freehold 142 North 6th Ave., Manville CAROL MHCCONNELL .......... ....... 4 2 North Tulane St., Princeton CAROLE MacDONALD ,......,,,.,,..,, 1111 Pine Bluff, Point Pleasant ADRIENNE E. MAIORANO ......... 519 2nd Ave., North Brunswick EILEEN L. MAKOW ...............,....., BARBARA MAN 737 South Center St., Orange CUSO ............................ 19 Polonia St., Spotswood MARIE A. MARINO .............. 186 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick JUDITH M. MASON .............................. 439 Primrose Ave., Oradell Entrance to college. ANNE MARIE MATRO ....... MARIE MCCLURE ,.................. 315 East Pleasant, Hammonton 2 Mays Landing Rd., Scullville WILLIAM J. McEVOY ..................,.,.,,.. 14 Prescott Rd., Ho-Ho-Kus MARIBETH MCEWAN .......... 1631 West McGal1iard Ave., Trenton WALTER R, MEEKINS ,.........,,,,.........,....,... 634 Berg Ave., Trenton THERESA MELROY ......... BARBARA MESAR ........ SHEILA MESSER ............... MARGUERITE MIKA ....... R.D. 2, Washington 591 Lyman Ave., Woodbridge 49 Lake Ave., Metuchen 546 McKeon St., Perth Amboy THOMAS MILLER .,,...... ............ 5 16 Grove Ave., Bound Brook ELAINE MINA ......................... 410-71 St., North Bergen STEPHEN R, MIROTA .,............ 207 South Madison Ave., Dunellen GERALD P. MOONEY, JR. ........ 541 Havens Cove Rd., Bricktown GLENN W, MORGAN ....,................................. Maple St., West Deal ROCHELLE LYNN MORGOVSKY .............. 165 Shrewsburya Avei, Re Ban CAROL MORRELL .............................. 2901 Burgundy Dr., Palmyra KATHLEEN MORRIS .....,..,................. 24 Columbia Ave., Cranford LEAH ANNE MOUNCE ...... 119 East Browning Rd., Collingswood MARY ELLEN MOYCE ............................ 838 Chestnut St., Kearny SANDRA MUELLER ......... .................... 5 6 Huemrner Ter., Clifton MARYANN MURPHY ................................ 228 Main St., Metuchen ANITA NAAR .......................... 839 Evergreen Ct., North Brunswick MARK A. NATH .....,.............................. 702 Riverside Ave., Trenton LEWIS W. S. NEEDHAM, JR. .... 291 Garner Rd., North Brunswick RITA NEUMANN ............................ 204 West Frech Ave., Manville NANCY NEWTON ................... .... . .. 60 Whitehorse Ave., Trenton GERALD NICHOLLS ........ 64 Cookman Ave., Ocean Grove CAROL NICKEL ................... ............. 2 Barbara Lee Dr., Trenton DONNA J. NILSON .................... 100 Jerolamon Ave., Long Branch ANITA SUZANNE NYDICK .............. 17 Gifford Ave., Jersey City EDMUND O BRIEN ................. MAUREEN O'BRIEN ............ 301 Prospect St., Phillipsburg 317 Madison St., Passaic JOHN CALLEB ODIMA ...... ............................ K enya, East Africa GAIL L. OKIE .................... ................... 2 29 Pine St., Mount Holly WALTER OLSEN ............ ..... S unset Rd., R.D. 2, Newfoundland KAREN OLSON .............. ...... 6 90 Crescent Dr., Bound Brook BARBARA J. ORAM ...... ...... 4 Rutgers St., New Brunswick BARBARA ORR ........... .......... 4 85 Sterling Pl., Ridgewood PHYLLIS A. ORR ........... Box 114, Orr Rd., Allentown SANDRA OSTROFF ....... ...... 4 0 General Greene Ave., Trenton HENRY L. OWENS ........ STUART M. PALMER ...... BARBARA JANE PARK ...... 2776 Nottingham Way, Trenton Colombus-Georgetown, Colombus 9 Deertail Rd., North Caldwell TRUDE PARZEN .......................... 145 Shadybrook Lane, Princeton THOMAS A. PASSARELLA ........................ 130 Bert Ave., Trenton IANA PATERSON .................... ............. 2 85 Watson Ave., Trenton ROBERT PATTEN ................ ....................... Y ork Rd., Hightstown JUDITH ANN PAUL ........ ARVERTA PAYRAN .....,,..,,, KATHRYN PAZIENZA ........ CATHLEEN PERSINKO ...... HENRY R. PETERS .......... BEVERLY PETERSON ......... MICHAEL PETRUZZI .,.........,.. MARYANNE PICARELLO ...,.... 38-33 Northern Dr., Fair Lawn 115 Columbus Ave., Trenton R.D. 1, Box 115, Belmar 311 Maple St., Middlesex 4 Nolan Rd., Allentown 115 York St., Bridgeton ., g 41 Altamawr Ave., Trenton ALPHONSE PIGNATARO ...... .........,..... 5 64 Spring si., Elizabeth LOUISE Y. PIGNATARO ..... PATRICIA ANN PINGITOREW-mu 580 3rd Ave., North Brunswick 923 Genesee St., Trenton NICK PISANO ................................................ 5 Mason Ave., Newton BEVERLY I- PIZZAIA .................. 810 Nassau St., North Brunswick LINDA PLAAG ...,...,,,,..,. EDITH POINSETT ...... JANET POINSETT ...,..... JOHN M. POLITO ............. JEFFREY C. POOLE ..........,. 24 Atkins Ave., Trenton Penn Lawrence Rd., Trenton 1273 South Broad St., Trenton 110 Magnolia Ave., Dumont 325 Dorn Ave., Middlesex CAROL I. POSTHUMUS ...................... 112 Chittenden-Rd., Clifton JAMES PORTER ---......................... 174 Crest Ave., Hamilton Square SHEILA J. PRITCHARD ..... JOAN PSHENYCHNY ...... 2161 Pennington Rd., Trenton 2130 Liberty St., Trenton LOUIS RABA --------- . ---..... ............... 1 99 Baltimore Ave., Hillside ANDREA RABEL ........ ...... 5 10 North Hermitage Ave., Trenton MARY H- RAFF ---.-.- ............ 5 85 Prospect Ave., Little Silver JOHN RAOOSTA ----..--....... ............... 4 09 Morningside, Fairview SUSAN RAI'IO -----------------------..-....-............... 31 Emory Ave., Trenton JOSEPHINE L. RANERI ............ 145 Remsen Ave., New Brunswick ANN REISS ,.....,,,.,,.,,.,,...,,,-,, 537 Greenwood Ave., Trenton MARIAN HELEN REISTER--11:11 ..... 108 west 4th st., Plainfield JON RIEWE -A--------------............ ....... 56 Upper Ferry Rd., Trenton LAUREL ROBINSON ............ .......... 1 364 Bellevlew, Plainfield KEVIN ROCHE ............... ........... 1 4 Garden ren, Nixon KARIN ROESSLER ........ ...,.,,,.....,,.,.,,. K assell Germany -JOANN RONCA .............. ........ 7 Bismark Ave, Trenton PHYLLIS ROSSELL .....-.. ........... 1 2 Bank St., Bordentown LOUISE ROSSI ....................... ........ 2 2 Lawn Park Ave,, Trentgn CAROL RUBIN ....-............-........... .......... 8 Wickford Ave., Trenton CAROL ANN RUBINSTEIN HEINRICH RUCHELSHAUS 45 Raleigh Rd., Kendall Park EN -----------......... Offerlbach, Germany DARLENE Russo ..- .......................... se South Lake Dr,, Red Bank SANDRA R- SABLATZKY ------e-e--------------... 11 Arlington Dr. Fords IOANN SADI-EY .-...-.......-.......... R.R. 2, Yardville Branch, Trenton MARY ST- JOHN ------------e------.-......... .. 678 Rutherford Ave., Trenton DONNA MARIE sAMPsoN ............,,,, 384 Ewingviiie Rei, Trenton DIANE SASSAMAN -------e---------------... 18 Henderson St., Phillipsburg SANDRA'SAUSVILLE -------e-- ---.... 2 94 Western Dr., South Orange LINDA SCHAAF ............ GEORGE SCHERER ...... 2007 Kinter Ave., Trenton 117 Norwood St., Newark 200 Matthew St Oran e' PHILIP SCHEURER ..... JOHN SCHROEDER ........... JACQUELINE SCHUPP ...... ARNOLD SCHWARTZ ........ 1319 Salem Ave., West Belmar 57 Ellsworth Ave., Trenton 1124 Charlotte Pl., Rahway 1 Mayfield Pl., Metuchen SHEILA SCULLY ,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,- ,,,,,,,,,,.,, L akeside Blvd., Hopatcong MARGHERITE SERCHIA 30 Hendrickson Ave., Bellmawr SUZANNE SETTEMBRE ..fffff. "ff .... 1517 Hird Ave., Asbury Pai-k ARTHUR SHADELL ........... FRED SHAGNER ................ WILLIAM C. SINK, JR. ..... . J UDITH SHISLER ............ JOAN SLAVIN .............. DONNA SMOOT .............. M. CAROL SOARE .............. JOSEPHINE ANN SODA ....... CAROL SOKOL ................... 8 Seven Oaks Lane, Trenton Lake Swannanoa, Oak Ridge 11 Carolina Ave., West Orange 608 Bordentown Rd., Burlington 381 Elmora Ave., Elizabeth 322 Park Ave., Newark 215 Elm Ave., Hackensack 3 Cloverhill Pl., Montclair 1018 Genesee St., Trenton BEVERLY SOLINSKY ..,.,,,.,,., ,,,,,,, 1 2-23 Western Dr., Fair Lawn MRS. MARVIS SOUCEK ........... DAVID SPERO .................. 264 Newman St., Metuchen 1507 Lexington Ave., Lakewood PAMELA SPILATORE .... Rd., Monmouth Junction ALICIA SPINNER ............ CATHERINE SPOND ...... MIRIAM SPOSATO ............. LINDA STAMBERGER RICHARD A. STARETS .Qffff ' JIM STEFFEN ......................... . PETER Hovr STEMMER ......... 28 Wilton St., Princeton 935 Sheridan Ave., Roselle 39 Sherman Ave.. Cedar Grove 335 Carmita Ave., Rutherford 197 l0th St., Woodbridge 55 Linden Ave., Verona . 596 Nassau St., North Brunswick NANCY STEUP ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 27 Ardsleigh Dr., Madison SUSAN STEWARD ....,..,.,,.,................... 51 Houghton Ave., Trenton LINDA STEVENSON .......... 200 Sanders Ave., South Bound Brook SHARON STIER ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,...,,,. 66 Davis Ave., Bloomfield KENNETH E. STILLWELL ................................ R.D. 2. Flemington AUGUST G, STOLL, JR. .,....., ............. 2 3 Bath Ave., Ocean Grove KATHLEEN STONAKER ..,,., ....... 7 3 East Prospect St.. Hopewell CONSTANCE C, STORY ,,,,,,..,,,..,,.., 245 Woodfield Rd., Westwood FRANCES STROHABER ,,,,,,,,,,,. High St., Box 46, Three Bridges DOROTHY STUART ...................................... 12 Healy Ter.. Kearny CONSTANCE STORY ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 245 Woodfield Rd., Westwood CAROL LaRUE STURGEON ...... 67 Tudor Lane, Berkeley Heights SHARON SULLIVAN ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.e .,., 3 8 Reckless Pl., Red Bank CAROLE B. SULZER .............. JUDY ANN SUSINSKI ....... NANCY SUTPHEN ........,. JANET SYBY ....................... 130 Tilford Rd., Somerdale 126 Brookline Ave., Nutley 4 Marie Dr., Somerville 27 Livingston Ave., Avenel ZIGMONT TARGONSKI ,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 65 Main St., Sayreville GERALD V, TEDESCO ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,..,,..,... 400 Leonia Ave., Bogota ARLEEN THORIK ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,, 735 Raritan Ave., Perth Amboy BARBARA A, THORNTON ,,,,,.,........,............ 55 Circle Pl., Lincroft MARY ANN TOMA ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,.,......,......, 6 5 Main St., Roeblmg RAE TORGESEN ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,........... 82 Ayers Ct., West Englewood WALTER J, TREACY ,,,,,,,,,,.,..,,.,,,,,.,,.,. 57 Carpenter St., Red Bank ROBERT TRIVANE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,...... 407 Washington Ave., Linden CATHARINE ANN TRUMBATORE .... 21 Grandview Ave., Fords JAMES M, TUOZZOLO ,,,,,.,,,,.,..,........,.. 110 Winslow Ave., Trenton ROBERT TURNER ................ LENORE ULLRICH .............. KATHERINE A. UMSTEAD 35 Friends Ave., Haddonfield 556 Midland Ave., Garfield 129 Thropp Ave., Trenton ELAINE VACCA ................................ 137 Maryknoll Rd., M61LlCh6I1 JACK VANACORE .......................... 3'l9 Harper Pl., Highland Park FRANK VanDALEN, JR. .... . 38 Overlook Terr., Fords BARBARA VAN DER BEEKJJ-W-1027 wesiweod Ave., Old Tappan SHIRLEY VAN LIEU ,...........,.........,.,...,..,,.,........, Boss Rd., Ringoes FRANK P. VanNOTE ............ Box 474, R.D. 1, Colt's Neck JANICE VAUGHAN .......................... Newton-Sparta Rd., Lafayette EDWARD H. VICKNER, JR. 725 Indiana Ave., Trenton HOWARD VISION ............................ 409 North'Hermitage, Trenton MARILYN VITALE ..,,,..,.,,,,. PAMELA WAGNER ........... MARY RITA WARD ..,,.,.,,.,., KATHLEEN C. WATER 13 Belmohr St., Belleville 7 Ewington Ave., Trenton 71 Elmwood Dr., Livingston Cliffwood Ave., Cliffwood KAREN WAHLER ..,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, ROSE MARIE WALLACE ........ . ........ 305 Lincoln Ave., Hightstown 231 St. Mary St., Burlington S ...... . ...... . BARBARA A- WEH -............ 177 Pleasant Ave., Fanwood MARJORIE WHITTALL ..... 'fff.'ff.'f'25 Noel Dr., North Arlington JUDITH WIENER ..-.......... ........... 1 0 Courtney Rd., Lakewood JAMES WIESSEL, JR- ...... ............. 2 1 Lenape Trail, Brick Town LINDA WIGHTMAN ------..................... ........... 5 Green Ct., Cranford BARBARA WIGMORE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada RANDA WILLGING -----...-............... ...... 4 36 Innes Rd., Wood-Ridge PATRICIA WILLICH ------------..... ............... R .D. 3, 19 Oak St., Salem CYNTHIA WILSON -e----.-----..-....... .............. 3 10 Fetter Ave., Trenton RICHARD A. WOJCIECHOWITZ ........ 45 Hillside Ave., Sayreville JOAN N. WOLFERSBERGER .. 1170 Ridgefield Dr., Point Pleasant DORIS ANN WOODRUFF ---............... 19 Oak Ave., Island Heights WILLIAM WOODSON ............ ........... 8 36 South 12th St., Newark ELLEN C. WOOLLEY ....,.., EDWIN WRIGHT .....,.... JOAN WYSOCHANSKY LINDA YANIS ............,,. IRNA YARNOLD .......... CAROLE ZACK ................... . ALANA ZADAREKY ......,.,,,., , HENRY R. ZIELENSKY . ..... .. MARGARET ZILKA ...... , .... MARGARET ZORN ...... BETTE-ANN ZWIGARD 1059 Mayfair Rd., Union 511 Hillside Ave., Point Pleasant 82 Willow Rd., Metuchen 11 Hamburg Tpk., Hamburg 115 Ledden Ter., South Plainfield RAYMOND YOAST .,...,,,, 111 West Delaware Pkwy., Villas R.D. 1, Woods Rd., Somerville 915 Norway Ave., Trenton 39 Garrison Ave., Dover 783 South 15th St., Newark 133 Lakedale Dr., Trenton 99 Cross Rd., Basking Ridge 2 E . IV' i ' nsfe 4 4 Ava-fowaw. v,.k.,,L,,4.. A ,t.W.' " "'f1.mZwsnn6al'g., ,. .---..-........... ... lb! Ill Ill vw-1 ll A 6 ll 1-C0 Q ' .: "W -L 1--mv-M - , N . ' I , ,Jr ' A J ze- T4 ,. ' Q ,.. a vi , , . . ...V-.--, .,..--or 1-- As we depart, we realize how much we have grown in all aspects of life. But this is not the end,' just the beginning of a life for us to lead. As teachers, we should always keep in mind the words of our late President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, "Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country." Success is what awaits us. 5 . 9 ,, K I Lithographed by RAE PUBLISHING C0 282 Grove Avenue Cedar Grove, N. 1.


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