Stony Brook School - Res Gestae Yearbook (Stony Brook, NY)
- Class of 1954
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Director of Athletics and
Physical Education, 1942
Instructor in Mathematics, 1937
Davidson College, A.B., 1936
Duke University, M.A., 1941
JOHN WARREN HERSHEY
Instructor in English, 1938-43
Instructor in English, 1946
U. S. Army llntantryl, 1943-46
Franklin and Marshall College, A.B.,
fPhi Beta Kappaj, 1936
Duke University, M.A., 1942
VAL E. HARTO
Instructor in Latin, 1941-42
Instructor in Latin, Mathematics, 1946
U. S. Army lArtiIIeryj, 1942-46
Bloomfield College, A.B., 1940
Montclair State Teachers, 1940-41
New York University Graduate School
of Arts and Science, M.A., 1950
DANIEL G ROSENBERGER
. MARVIN W. GOLDBERG
Instructor in History, 1943 Director of Studies
Shippensburg State Teachers College, Instructor in Chemistry, Algebra,
B.S., 1934 1945-1952
University of Pennsylvania, M.S., 1940 Instructor in Chemistry, Physics, 1953
Pennsylvania State College, Houghton College, A.B., 1936
University of Puerto Rico
Harvard University, Ed. M., 1943
Duke University, Biblical Seminary,
N. Y. U. Graduate School, 1947
Instructor in Mathematics, Economics,
Problems in Democracy, 1947
Houghton College, A.B.
University of Rochester
U. S. Marines, 1941-46
JOHN W. GOULD
Instructor in History, General Science,
Instructor in Bible, English, 1951
Columbia University, A.B., 1948
University of London
U. S. Army fEngineersQ, 1942-46
CHARLES H. KERR
Instructor in Spanish, French, 1949
Kings College, A.B., 1949
University Laval Graduate School
Adelphi College Graduate School
WILLIAM F. BISGROVE
Instructor in History ancl Remedial
Houghton College, A.B., 1940
University of Pennsylvania, M.A.,
U. S. Army, 1942-46
Instructor of History, Geography,
University of Maryland, B.S., 1949
University of Washington
University of Delaware
U. S. Army, 1944-46
M.Ed., University of Maryland
A. JAMES BARTON ROBERT G. WARD
Instructor of Biology, General Science, IHSTYUCTOI' of Bible, English,
Bible, Nature Study, Hygiene, Mechanical Drawing
1952 University of Washington, B.S., 1948
Franklin and Marshall College, B.S., Pacific Lutheran College, 7948-49
1946 Dallas Theological Seminary, Th.M.,
University of Pittsburgh Graduate 1953
School U. S. Navy, 1944-46
U. S. Navy, 1943-45
MRS. CATHERINE MARGESON
Instructor in Music, Orgonist, 1942
American Conservatory, Fontainebleau,
B. FRANK MOSS
Instructor of Bible
Asbury College, A.B., 1929
Westminster Seminary, Th.B., 1932
Princeton Seminary, Th.M., 1942
Pastor of Central Presbyterian Church,
Huntington, N. Y., 1945
MRS. .IOSEPHINE C. JONES
Instructor in Art, 1940
GILBERT C. MOORE
Business Manager and
Assistant Treasurer, 1929-1948
Alumni Secretary, 1953
JOHN R. WASON
Assistant to Business Manager,
Providence Bible Institute, 1946
Gordon College of Theology, A.B.,
Clark University, Worcester, Mass
JAMES E. HILL
Business Manager and
Assistant Treasurer, 1948
MRS. WALTER CARRELL
BERTHA V. ELLIS
School Nurse, 1946
MRS. ELIZABETH A. HOPKINS
Hopkins Hall House Mother, 1929
Training School, R.N.
University of Pennsylvania
MRS. MARION H. CHENEY
New Paltz State College
Yale University Library
Secretary To Heoldmclsier, 1941
MRS. SYLVIA H. MEYER
Secretory To Business Manager, 1952
MRS. ELIZABETH BARNETT
Secretory to Senior Master
MRS. KATHARINE RENNARD
Record Clerk, 1949
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Fricke, Rabon, Friedrich, Davidson, l., Knecht, R., Macris, Visted, Garitano, Chew, Park, Tyler, Esser,
Coach Goldberg worked this year with what he said was the best cross-country team
he has ever coached at Stony Brook. Every runner from the first day of practice till
the last had great spirit which helped to produce a winning team.
Bart Cleveland and Gordon Scott were elected co-captains, and with plenty of spirit
and fight the Stony Brook harriers went up against a surprisingly strong Poly team,
suffering a defeat of 32 to 23. They suffered another defeat against the usually strong
Riverhead harriers by a score of 33 to 22. But the spirit stayed at a high level and with
consistent running by Cobb, Goodman, and Cleveland, backed strongly by Meulenberg
and Scott, Stony Brook bounced back to defeat Trinity 21 to 40. Horace Mann was the
next victim of the Blue and White harriers by a score of 23 to 32.
Never before was lvy League competition in cross-country so great. Then came the
big race. The Ivy League championship had been won by Stony Brook for three years
in a row and Stony Brook was still the defending champion. On a cold Saturday after-
noon made more dismal by rain and snow, the starting gun was fired at Van Cortlandt
Park, New York. A strong Poly team came in the victor with Horace Mann and Stony
Brook tied for second. The season closed with a victory over Southampton by a score
Although all of the races were not Stony Brook victories physically, every race was
a victory spiritually. Thanks must be given to a great coach, Mr. Goldberg, for a
Captains Cleveland and Scott and Coach Goldberg
Opponents Stony Brook
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Riverhead 22 ........... .......... 3 3
Horace Mann 32 ...................... ......... 2 3
Trinity 40 ...................................................... 21
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Goodman, Scott, co-captain, Cleveland, co-captain, Webber.
Webber, Goodman, Cleveland, Cobb, Scot!
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Mooney J Wrieden, Gauntlett, Underwood, Fuchs, Stalb, Towle, Mgr., Armstrong, Mgr., Henn, O'Rourke, Green lee
Mrerop Burcaw, Percy, Clary, Assistant Coach Fenton, Vaughn, Stevenson, Strong, W., Kernochan, St. John, Ziegenfelder Moore
Rylke Dow Zumft, Bundy, Caron, Hill, Ellis, J., Coach Johnson, P., Reaves, Barbour, Skripak, Cooper, N., Hoffman.
To all outward appearances it would seem that the Stony Brook football team had a
poor season. But to those of us on the team the season was a great victory in spirit and
fight which began back in September when a lot of fellows showed up for early
We opened this season with two great surprises for our opponents: a spread formation
and an immense amount of spirit. With little Barry Vaughn at quarterback, we won
the first game of the season by trouncing Concordia 'I9-7. Owing to our small size,
we dropped the next game to Poly, and when we traveled to Horace Mann it began
to look as though we had given up. Then, with a resurgence of great spirit, we came
back to give Trinity a good fight which took away some of the bitterness of a loss.
In this game we lost our big little man, Barry Vaughn, who was put on the sidelines for
the rest of the season with a leg iniury.
ln spite of a deficit in height and weight, we soon let St. Paul's know that they were
in a football game, and as time wore away and the weather turned colder, we seemed
to be regaining our power in spite of the Northport defeat. On November 14, having
everything to gain and nothing to lose, Stony Brook faced Riverdale on home grounds.
This team hadn't been beaten in 31 consecutive games. With Bill Strong in the excellent
playing form he displayed consistently throughout the season, and with our ever spirited
team behind him, we gave Riverdale's team a mighty rough time, holding the score
to 13-7. This near upset of the Ivy League Champions added luster to our meager
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Mr. Barton, Vaughn, Cuthbert, Gates, Kurth, Carroll, Parker.
the blue and white
The Blue and White, Stony Brook's iournalistic
laboratory, strives for novelty in a community
where news travels fast. The staff, composed
chiefly of members of the junior class, has this
year scaled many of the peaks which have
stopped its predecessors. Well-timed news stories
and thoughtful features brought regular enioy-
ment to us during our climb. At times the staff
scooped the local papers with sports specials.
Co-editor Vaughn, Mr. Barton, Adviser, Co-editor Wolf, R
As a result of last year's work
the Photography Club obtained a
very satisfactory dark room. This
year Mr. Harto ancl his boys have
experimented with various methods
of shooting, developing, and print-
ing pictures, all of which should
be useful in future reconnaisance
work for RES GESTAE and the
Standing Mullaney, Kernochun, Commerdinger, W. Moore, Sonner. Seated: 0'Rourke, Mr. Harte.
During the football and basketball seasons
the Audio-Visual Club provided our specta-
tors with rousing music and running comments
on the games. The members learned how to
make effective use of the many electronic de-
vices which the school has supplied. Plans are
materializing for setting up a school radio
station which we hope will be a reality in the
Half-time disc iockey
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BACK: Gay, Cooper, A., Wolf, Standen, Friedrich. MIDDLE: Mungiameli, Janow, Boice, Von liew, Pete s
Wolle, Henning. SEATED: Mr. Hurto, Parker, Bennett.
Rabon, Gale, Hill, Lee, Stevenson, Henn, Zumft, Armstrong, Gaebler, Mr. Bisgrove.
the glee club
Once again under the direction of Mr. Bis-
grove, the Glee Club contributed welcome musi-
cal relaxation along the route from September
to June. lts rendition of "Be Kind To Your Web-
Footed Friends" before the St. Paul's game will
be recalled as a highlight among happy novelties
in the year's football pep rallies. Out of this club
was formed a quartet which supplied Sunday
evening chapel services with special music.
Mr. Bisgrove, Stevenson, Rabon, Hill, lee, Gale, Zumft, Arm-
strong, Henn, Guebler.
"What are we gonna do Saturday? . . . beat Poly!'
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false teeth in a glass, and hit that dummy with
your overweight frame!"
Popcorn at Mr. Fenton's. Wrestling in Lee's room
afterwards, till Coach Fenton decides to ref.
Lee is rudely awakened by Mr. Johnson in solid
Coed beach party this Sat. night. Cobb asks:
"What can ya do at a beach at night?"
Neat party. Oogie entertains. Some of us go
beserk afterwards. KSteve, your car holds ten
We learn to boil water in chem class. "The Rock"
wants to know where it goes after it's cooked.
Mambo Bob and his Jungle Five enchant 3rd
period studiers with exotic calypso numbers.
Seniors in protest. Mr. Moss forgets to come to
Cliff plows up gym chairs by dashing headlong
through the darkness.
Whole football team limps toward opening game
Jake harnesses fly in English. Another slave for
Hegeman's clean-upers, captain?
After lights out, "Taps" is heard in Hegeman.
Ron introduces the modern mode in ties. The
seniors all model them at supper.
Spirited Bruin grid-ironers roll over Concordia
in opener, 19-7.
Gam display in the village as Phil and Steve don
Brook's teams make ready for Poly.
Beauties invade campus. Bible interrupted by
roaring senior onlookers as chicks patrol Chap-
Nervous Bruins bow to smooth Poly C.C. and
Oog whips up a spur-of-the-moment monologue
and Phil's laugh again wakes the villagers.
Well, well, Mierop can whistle through his nose.
The third-floor boys turn to soaks as Bernie's
cider ferments. Come and get it boys! lt's spiked
Everybody smiles prettily. The photographer is
the bird. Varsity harriers can't seem to whip
Riverhead. J.V. wins.
'Day of rest for gridmen. Tomorrow: Horace
Mann, with a free weekend afterwards to re-
Horace Mann beats Bruins 20-2.
Have a good time this weekend, boys? Hands
on hips, masters greet the "ever unpunctual
Look out boys! Undies is again on the rampage.
Today he's heaving golf balls and yelling
Teams turn ferocious and aim at Trinity.
Football practice extends on into the night.
"That's O.K., boys. There's a full moon."
Harriers whip Trinity, but Bruin gridmen blow
thirteen-point lead and bow to heavy Trinitar-
If anyone didn't fail inspection this morning, see
Mr. Fenton and he'll make the necessary ar-
Blue Monday is bleached some by C.C. victory
over Horace Mann.
Rain, rain, rain.
Blue eleven soils Smithtown's white. Romantic
atmosphere in dining room as power fails. Sen-
ior party discussed. "Anyone for after-dinner
Everybody aims at the Saints.
Alumni see Bruins trounced by monstrous Saint
Paul grid squad.
"Come on, Walt, dust your radio's innards!"
Clever boy scout ties Phil to his seat in Bible.
Paper clip war declared.
Mr. Curtis makes bid to buy back all clips for
a nickel a box. Bargain?
Mr. Kerr gets a flat. Everybody gathers 'round.
Footballers fall victim to Northport. C.C.'ers fight
hard in Ivy League, pull in second. "Nice work,
All right, you guys, brace up your bones. We
meet the champs next week.
Brook runners finish season with impressive vic-
tory over Southampton.
The Oog is invited to leave history for making
a "Rosey" remark.
Senior movie censored. Seniors say, "How about
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"?
Against overwhelming odds, the game Bruin
gridders scare champ Riverdale stiff today. The
fighting Blue excels defensively and holds River-
dale to a 13-6 victory. Norm Cooper disables
his opposition, one by one.
T.V. for Hegeman's beautiful lobby?
Football team's last meeting. Bill Strong elected
"The Rock" pops up with another neat one in
P.A.D. "But sir, do we still have a U.N.?"
Nobody's crying in the Chapel anymore. Milk
and cookies afterwards make sitting still worth
When one of our more intellectual boys asks
why we don't have horseback riding at The
Brook, Mr. Curtis says there's a reason. Undies
supplies it. "No horses!"
Boys wait with bated breath for vacation.
Home-made racket on third floor as seniors
clamor at 10:30 p.m. lt's not an avalanche, pal,
'tis but our mature upper classmen stamping on
the walls with their feet.
Vacation comes! Oh Joy!!
lt's over! Oh woe! "What's with the lipstick on
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Back Row: Ellis, Jr., Adare, Rylke, Soerheide, Stalb, Towle, Moss, Wrieden, Armstrong. Second Row:
Belyeu, Reaves, Peirce, W., Munro, Cuthbert, Karl, Tyler, Lees, Wetherell, Vunliew. Kneeling: lowander,
Barnett, Towlen, Skripak, Peirce, R., Clary, Cooper, N., Green, Strong, Stevenson.
lowander, Barnett, Towlen, Skripak, Peirce, W., Clary, Cooper, Green, Strong, W., Stevenson.
Wrestling proved to be the brightest spot in the arduous athletic phase of our expedi- T
tion. The grapplers emerged from the trial in a three-way tie for first place in the lvy
League. lt was a long, hard season dotted with many extra-League bouts along the route.
To climax a thrilling season the matmen pinned first-place honors in the newly created
lvy League Wrestling Tournament, winning by the slender margin of one point.
Furthermore, several of our wrestlers, including two seniors, journeyed to vie for medals
in the famed Lehigh Tournament. The seniors, co-captains Bill Strong and Bob Stevenson,
came ol? with two second places, a fitting capstone to the earlier victories.
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Don't break his arm, Bill!
Take him down, Bill!
Now listen, you guys!
Kneeling: Henn, Mgr., Mr. Fenton, Coach, Standing: Vaughn, Gailer, Caron, Dow, Lingle, lee, Bundy,
Meulenberg, Fuchs, Bammann, Percy, Cleveland.
Percy, Co-captain, Mr. Fenton, Coach, Lee, Co-captain.
A green squad set out on the trail of high scores in
basketball even as the football season was complet-
ing its leg of the climb, but the rigours of the winter
weather spelled trouble for too long a period. Not
only did the squad lack experience: it was deficient
in height, an essential to good work on the court in
any season. The fact that the tallest man on the team
was six-two, even in a crew cut, proves the point.
What was lacking in height, however, proved
plucky in spirit, and the string ot losing scores
doesn't indicate the tremendous volume of valuable
experience the squad, most of them lower formers,
gained from the season. Among the brighter spots in
the line-up were John Percy, who went on to snag
a position on the second-string lvy League team after
scoring forty points in the last two games, and Kee-
nan Lee, the big rebounder, who eventually co-cap-
tained the team with Percy.
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Hackensack 52 .......
St. PauI's 39 ............
La Salle 47 ..........
Northport 53 .........
St. Pauls 37 ......
Back Row: Mr. Rennard, Coach, Burrow, McNamara, Scherer, Rabon, Zumff, Gaunilerl, Holgersen, Mgr.
Sitting: Stakes, Carlson, H., Bohier, Hanna, Garitano, Chai.
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"Go, man, go!"
"little higher, Gaun!!"
BACK: Coach Johnson, Fricke, Sfrong R., Schroeder, Visfed, Manager Fischer. FRONT: Turnbull, Herz, Hagberg, Wilson
wicks, Hili, Baggelt, Davidson, l. MIDDLE: Manager Carroll, Moore, W., Hanes.
Moore, M., Katabian, Alverzo, Meyer, Knecht, C., Wolle, Baz,
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PISTONS: Carlson, D., Capt.,
Ier, Gates, Macleod, Mierop, Moore,
P., Tonneson, Goodman.
BULLETS: Kernochan, Capt., Wund,
lehnartz, Mullaney, Jacobson, Park,
BACK: Mr. Ward, Coach, Henning, Mangiameli, Leek, Tenbekiian, Bonard. FRONT: Yochmowitz, Winn,
Woods, Davidson, G., Bennett, Cascone.
Purchase, Towle, Gale, Bailey, Knecht, R., Strong, W., Davies, Chai, Katabian, Carroll, Cobb, Holgersen,
Boice, Carlson, H., Hagberg, Peirce, W., Mr. Gould, O'Rourlxe, Moss, Mr. Ward, Herz, Alverzo.
christian activities club
Spreading the gospel through tracts.
What in recent years had been the Tract Club, this
year became the Christian Activities Club because the
scope of its activities was wider than that of handing
out tracts. Its members have taken time out from
academic mountain climbing to preach the gospel in
churches and communities from Suffolk to Westches-
ter. ln holding street meetings and distributing tracts
to thousands, these boys have gained higher spir-
sunday school teachers
Mr. Bisgrove, Mrs. Zimmerli, Mrs. Fenton, Mrs. Rennard, Mrs. Johnson, Mr. Johnson.
Standing: Barbour, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Gould, Gale, Mr. Bisgrove, Strong, W., O'Rourke, Carlson, H.
Seated: Mrs. Gould, Mr. Curtis, Dr. Guebelein, Mr. Hershey, Mr. Goldberg.
Armstrong, Mucris, Mrs. Jones, Boice, Carlson, H.
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produced by the Dramatics Club and directed by Mr.
Hershey during the early part of the year. A hilarious
farce depicting the woes of Clarence Blenkinsop, an
alumnus who returns to demand his tuition from his
old school because his supposed education does
nothing for him in the way of getting a iob, REFUND
starred Walt Gale and Jim Mooney.
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Senior dorm lobby
Johnston basement und pos! omce
Athletes sup in style as turkey fills all bellies.
Vanderveer trophy goes to fighting Bill Strong.
Smithtown five vanquishes blue.
Slight lapse in this iournal, for today we go to
Lobby decorated with co-eds for little Christmas
brawl. Many, many cookies!
Oh day of ceaseless tribulation! Oh despair!
This Monday is made very blue by a wicked solid
test. Dark Age reigns as Jake turns off lights
during a history lecture.
Grapplers romp over Huntington while courtmen
bow to Cadets.
Vacation nears. Many chops are licked, and
from subiects wandering minds do stray.
Exit maiority of school.
Exit we bad boys.
Some of the naughtier boys will stay to greet
Seniors return dutifully. "Oog" and Cliff re-
trieved their "Dear John" girls, and Steve is fit
for the altar.
Scholars descend from the "vacation clouds" to
meet eight subiects today.
Phil finds reffing unsatisfactory. Powerful Bullets
cause intramural league squawk: players are
shuffled. Phil becomes a ref.
Carlson says, "I'm late because I had to see a
horse about a man." Mr. Rosenberger replies,
"See if you can get the horse to excuse you."
CClass is held up twenty minutes until laughter
The College Boards are tough, but the women
who suffered there with us alleviated the tension.
Varsity tramples aged Alumni in "basketbrawl."
Plenty of snow, some of which becomes compact
guided missiles between rooms after lights.
Usual announcement about snowballs is deliv-
ered by Dr. Gaebelein, recently returned.
Mr. Gould hears raucous sounds after lights-
"All right, you guys, who's got the machine
Basketeers cry woe as snow keeps Poly away.
Brooks trim Horace Mann on the mats in Ivy
Northport Tigers down their hosts by a con-
siderable score. Snow still in the air, more than
on the ground.
Some of the "buddies" are so enticed by basket-
ball that they play long after the curfew. At
about 10:20 Mr. Gould decides to stop at the
gym and watch the festivities.
Next week the big exams come. Tune up your
gray matter, boys.
Gale is removed again from U.S. History.
Ivy League opener: Brooks lose to Trinity 63-8I.
Brook matmen flatten St. Paul's in second league
Many girls join us for dinner, and evening. In-
cidentally, court men win over Hackensack in
Everybody cramsp we face exams on the morrow.
History exam this afternoon. A la rugged!
The free-weekend-to-come drives mentally fa-
tigued seniors through fiendish exams.
The grand finale-solid and Bible exams of a
most ferocious sort.
29-31 Wow, but it's good to be free!
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McNamara, Coach Johnson.
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Trinity H. Horace Mann A
Northport H. Riverdale A
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Horace Mann H. Trinity A
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Guuntlell, Fischer, lee, O'Rourke, Moore,
W., Wrieden, Commerclinger, Sirong, W.,
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to members of the Science Club for work on proiects
or viewing films obtained by the faculty adviser, Mr.
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physics and chemistry classes who desired to in
their practical knowledge of science. Eve
chose a proiect for the year and could usually be
seen working away at it in the lab during the pre-
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Pipes rattle machine-gunishly in the night. Mr.
Gould declares war on the senior class.
Dr. Gaebelein quells traditionally riotous senior
Bruin cagers bow to superior Riverdale five. Bet-
ter luck next time, Blue.
Ron and U.S. history part company this aft. Third
floor goes to pasture during E.S. Mr. Hershey is
astounded by a capella "moo" choir lead by Ron
The Cagers migrate to St. Paul's, but are
bounced back by a rangy Saint five.
One of our hurlers calmly penetrates a third
floor light globe with a hazel nut.
Nil today-nobody even got booted out of his-
Grapplers meet upset at South Huntington to-
The varsity returns from Poly forlorn-another
loss, another day of woe.
The Battering Bullets, led by Capt. Cliff and
Jake, cop the first-round title in the outdoor
Brookers again don the long face, characteristic
of defeat. Is this the introduction of a new tradi-
Brook matmen smash tradition as they flatten
Poly in the final match. Stevie is the hero of the
day. The wild crowd hits,the ceiling as the wrest-
ling crown moves nigh our trophy case.
Extra big mail delivery 'cause of old St. Val.
Loving spirit not possessed by Port invaders.
Some of the attacked growl gruffiy from behind
Privileges during study hours are bestowed upon
squawking seniors. Now we can waste our time
Our own Bruin Cagers come through with an
upset over La Salle cadets.
We may now introduce a word of most recent
discovery: "Vericle," the product of the chem
Mat men lose undisputed possession of league
lead as they lose to Trinity in a heart-breaker.
Now it's a tie-but on to the tourney!
General riot on the third floor. Two holes in the
plaster are discovered. Did Mr. Fenton push
Siamese twins through?
"Why do I want to attend . . . ?"
"Pass the mustard."
22 Merry Washington's birthday, boys! Everyone is
sure George would be up in arms if he knew we
clon't get the day off.
24 History class takes on Alaskan characteristics as
seniors turn Eskimo: all the windows open-all
the heat and iackets off. Science fair is a great
success. Many peachy exhibits.
25 Clamor for snacks during study hall raises the
roof as the third-fioorers roar for rations.
27 Wrestlers take lvy Crown! Strong, Clary, and
Towlen are champs.
28 Horry Farouk becomes upset at antics of seniors
in class meeting-gives them up to immaturity.
I Let's hope you guys have your college applica-
tions in. We know they'll be glad to have us,
but let's tell 'em what they're gettin.
3 O'Rourke, the bellowing songster, reveals that
he has been taking voice lessons. It gratifies us
deeply to know that these raucous sounds come
from trained cords.
4 Bennie Moss makes a habit of scaring away the
visiting prospective students. When the visitor
sees Ben, he screeches: "Mommy, take me outta
here!"-and other choice comments.
5 The dashing younger generation is humbled by
the venerable teaching squad in the annual all-
star-faculty classic. It was a close one, though!
6 Harry James Cobb shatters Hegeman window
panes with a trumpet concert.
8 Twin peeping tomcats attentively soak in the
proceedings of chem class. No doubt the rep-
resentatives from the alley stashed away more
than the students.
9. As vacation and spring approach, veteran sec-
ond sacker .Caron announces his resignation
from the national sport.
10 Tomorrow is the day of bliss!
'Il Jake and the final history class before vacation
part company: the vile villain sneezed! The woes
of all are over! We are free for weeks and
30 The sad day of return is this. It seems that our
returning is purely physical. The typical senior
is still at home in the moonlight.
ln the words of the immortal Shakespeare: "lt were
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RICHARD D. ARMSTRONG
Varsity Football 55 Football Manager 65 Wrestling 5,65 Golf
5,65 Chess Club 5,65 Art Class 5,65 Golf Club 55 RES GESTAE
65 Glee Club 65 Science Club 6.
"Army" came to us in his iunior year from the State of New
Jersey. His outstanding physical characteristic is that his feet
are like those of a duck. You will have to go a good distance
to find a more likeable fellow than Army. Besides maintaining
an honor roll average, he is one of the better golfers in the
school. His room is the site of many bull sessions on his favor-
ite subiect, girls.
DONALD F. CARLSON
J.V. Football, Mgr. 35 Middlers 45 Cross Country 5,65 Track
3,4,5,65 Blue and White 3,55 Audio-Visual Club 35 RES GESTAE
"Donkey Don" came to Stony Brook as a freshman. His pop-
ularity has increased every year because of his congenial
spirit. Don may be found in the midst of any bull session, and
he is usually talking about his experiences at home in Brook-
lyn, Pennsylvania. As a member of the cross-country squad,
he always kept the team in a iovial spirit. He has been working
hard recently, earning pretty good grades.
JOSEPH A. CARON
Varsity Football 5,67 J.V. Football 4j Midget Football l,2,37
Varsity Basketball 5,67 Midget Basketball l,27 Varsity Baseball
4,5,67 Freshman Baseball 3j Midget Baseball l,2j Blue and
White 57 Art Club 2,37 Rifle Club 47 Christian Activities Club
6j Lettermen's Club 67 RES GESTAE 6j Executive Committee
2,37 Advisory Committee 6.
If you're looking for a likeable, clean-cut fellow, Joe is your
man. He is one of the oldest day-boy members of our class
and the only one who can boast of having started in the sev-
enth grade here at S.B. He has been one of the better athletes
of the class, contributing a great deal to this year's football
squad. It was here that Joe found Christ as his Savior, and he
hopes to go into the Lord's work after graduation from college
or Bible School.
A. BARTON CLEVELAND
Cross Country 5,6f Varsity Basketball 5,67 Track 5,67 Advisory
Committee 67 Athletic Council 67 RES GESTAE 6j Lettermen's
Club 6j Science Club 6.
"Bart" is a typical Stony Brooker. He is fun-loving and al-
ways wears a smile on his face. Since he hails from the thriv-
ing old whaling port ot Sag Harbor, he is wtihin food-receiving
distance of home. His room is on everybody's visiting list. Be-
sides excelling politically as our class president, he is a val-
uable runner on our C.C. and track teams. He is also one of
the starting tive on the basketball team. Possibly his greatest
contribution to Hegeman Hall's enioyment has been the re-
cording and playing of songs.
HOWARD E. COBB
Cross Country 5,6, Wrestling 5, Track 5,6, Christian Activities
Club 5,6, Rifle Club 5, Deputations 5,6, Science Club 6.
Cobb, a native of his beloved New Jersey, came to the
Brook in his iunior year. "Cobbie" has gained many friends
and established himself as a regular Christian fellow. He keeps
everyone in a hilarious mood by producing "neat" statements
at opportune moments. His ability in cross-country and track
has been an asset to both teams. His musical ability with the
trumpet adds to many chapel services and livens Hegeman
ROBERT G. DAVIES
Cross Country 6, J.V. Basketball 4, Freshman Basketball 3,
Tennis 3, Varsity Baseball 6, J.V. Baseball 4, Choir 3,4, Rifle
Club 3, Dramatics Club 4,6, Christian Activities Club 4,6, Dep-
utations 6, Science Club 6, RES GESTAE 6, Orchestra 4, Exec-
utive Committee 6, Glee Club 4.
Exclamations of ioy arose when the word was spread that
Bob would return for his senior year. His freshman and soph-
omore years were spent with us but his iunior year slipped
away in another school. Bob possesses all-around good humor
and is somewhat a iack-of-all-trades. He is a dependable
singer, a second Benny Goodman on the clarinet, and a good
athlete with a particular talent baseball-wise. Bob did much
to help the cross-country team in its successful season.
STEVEN C. FUC HS
Varsity Football 65 Varsity Basketball 65 Track 65 Spanish Club
65 Rifle Club 65 Science Club 6.
Coming to us in his senior year from Jamaica, Steve became
popular at once with everyone. At the beginning of the year
when he was a day boy, his neat Plymouth could usually be
seen filled with girls. When he became a boarder in hallowed
Hegeman Hall, we all missed his transporting abilities. Steve
is a real fighter in basketball and football. His ability to mix
well promises a successful career.
WALTER W. GALE
J.V. Football 35 Freshman Basketball5 J. V. Basketball 45 .l.V.
Baseball 3,45 Midcllers 45 Cross Country, Mgr. 5,65 Varsity
Baseball 5,65 Choir 3,45 Rifle Club 35 Stamp Club 35 Shop Club
35 Audio-Visual Club 45 Christian Activities Club 4,5,65 Photog-
raphy Club 4,55 Glee Club 5,65 Dramatics Club 5,65 Science
Club 65 Deputations 5,65 Outing Club 65 Church Board 5,65
RES GESTAE 6.
Walt, a fugitive from Queens Village, is one of the founding
fathers of our class, having started in his freshman year and
plugged steadily through. Adept both in studies and in co-
curricular activities, he has piled up a long string of services
to Stony Brook, all of which have contributed to his wide-
spread popularity. His performance as Blenkinsop in Refund
will long be remembered.
BERNARD H. HENN
Varsity Football 6j Varsity Basketball, Mgr. 67 Track 67 Golf
Club 6j RES GESTAE 67 Glee Club 67 Science Club 6.
Ben came to us from the well-known town of Huntington in
his senior year. He has won many friends through his jovial
spirit. Instead of dueling, Ben fights his grudges out in ping-
pong games. He contributed much to the wonderful spirit of
the football team this year, and he has maintained a fine
Christian testimony as well.
HARLIN B. HILL, Ill
Varsity Football 67 .l.V. Football 4,51 Midget Football 37 Wrest-
ling 37 Varsity Baseball 67 J.V. Baseball 4,57 Midget Baseball
37 Rifle Club 3,4,67 Stamp Club 3,4,67 Audio-Visual Club 47
Photography Club 4,57 Blue and White 57 Spanish Club 67
Golf Club 6i RES GESTAE 6.
Any time a nasty remark is made about Brookline or Boston
while "Rocky" is around, he pipes up and lets the fellows
know that Brookline is the best place in Mass., and Mass. is
the best and most scenic state in the Union. Rock is one of our
better students, even though he does talk most of evening
study away when his roommate will listen.
PHILIP T. HOFFMAN
Varsity Football 6, Varsity Baseball 6.
At the beginning of the school year Phil established himself
as owner of the loudest laugh in the school. Reverberating
through the halls of Hegeman, his resonating voice could be
heard miles away. But this was not his only achievement, for
Phil's driving work as a backfield man helped the team greatly
during football season.
WALTER D. .IACOBSON
Cross Country 6, Varsity Football, Mgr. 5, J.V. Basketball 3,4,
Wrestling 5, J.V. Baseball 3, Golf 4,5,6, Rifle Club 3,4,6,
Audio-Visual Club 3, Golf Club 4,5,6, Science Club 6, RES
"Jake" is one of the old timers here at school. Coming to
us in his freshman year, he made friends very rapidly. Jake
may be found every morning ordering his crew to keep the
senior's homestead, Hegeman Hall, clean. In the spring of
the year Jake's fancy turns to golf. He is one of Mr. Fenton's
best golfers. In Hegeman Hall's bull sessions he may be found
telling everyone about his home in Flushing, L.l. You can count
on one of Jake's quips in every one of Mr. Rosenberger's his-
CLIFFORD L. KERNOC HAN
Varsity Football 5,6, .l.V. Football 4, .l.V. Basketball 5, Varsity
Baseball 4,5,6p Photography Club 4,4,6, Dramatics Club 6,
RES GESTAE 6.
"Cliff", a very much liked fellow on the campus, comes to
us from Port Washington, He may usually be found sacking
or having a brawl with a fellow senior. Along with hilarious
times on the campus, he enioys scholastic success. He has also
played as a burly end on the football team, and his fine pitch-
ing ability contributes to the baseball team's victories.
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Varsity Football 5,65 Varsity Basketball 5,65 Track 5,67 Science
Club 6, Lettermen's Club 65 Outing Club 6, Rifle Club 5, Exec-
utive Committee 5, Glee Club 6, RES GESTAE 6.
"Buzz" hails from the nearby village of Huntington. Besides
being a leader in the school, he is outstanding in athletics and
ranks high scholastically. Fast and strong, he has been one
of our best backfield men on the football field. In basketball
he is a great asset to the team, and as a track man, Buzz is
about the best all-around performer on the squad. Although
he is the quieter type, he loves a great time and enioys brawl-
ing once in a while.
P. SVANTE MACRIS
Cross Country 6, Track 6, Art Class 6.
As our foreign exchange student from Greece this year,
Svavnte has adapted himself well to American school life.
Upon entering Svante's room, one finds him avidly reading a
book prescribed by P.C. Whenever in a bull session, Svante
tells of his swimming experiences in Greece, and he bemoans
the fact that Stony Brook has no swimming facilities. We wish
Svante the very best as he furthers his education in Sweden.
Varsity Football 6 Varsity Basketball 6 JV Basketball 5
Track 5 6 Chess Club 6 Dramatics Club 6 Advisory Commit
tee 6, Executive Committee 6 Student Organization Presrdent
6 6, Rss GESTAE 6
"Oogle gained a slew of friends as soon as he stepped
onto the campus in the middle of last year He spends the fall
getting into shape for basketball Definitely one of the fun
niest fellows on the campus he keeps us all in stitches By his
fine Christian testimony Oogne exercises a good influence on
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Cross Country 6, Varsity Basketball 6, .l.V. Basketball 5, Track
5,6, Science Club 6.
"Mule" came from the state of Georgia to join us in his
iunior year. When he isn't sleeping, you may find Dick read-
ing. It is customary to see the Mule getting up at the five-min-
ute bell and madly rushing to breakfast. Besides proving his
ability in both cross-country and track, Mule has done well in
the field of science, which may prove to be his life's work.
HAROLD P. MIEROP
Varsity Football 6, Wrestling 5, Varsity Baseball 6, J.V. Base-
ball 5, Audio-Visual Club 5, Rifle Club 6, Deputations 5,6,
Science Club 6.
"Hal", a Christian with a good testimony, came to us last
year from Collingswood, New Jersey. He may be found in his
room relaxing on his bed, listening to records and writing let-
ters. He is a ham radio operator who loves to tinker with his
transmitter. On Sunday mornings Hal finds it pretty tough to
get out of the sack, and by the time he comes down to get his
food, he usually has a gripe about the amount his classmates
have left for him.
BENJAMIN F. MOSS, III
Cross Country 5,65 J.V. Basketball 45 Wrestling 5,65 Track
4,5,65 Christian Activities Club 4,5,65 Christian Association 55
Rifle Club 65 Glee Club 65 Science Club 65 Deputations 65
Advisory Committee 6.
Ben is one of three Huntington representatives in this year's
senior class. Whenever a party is coming up, many of the
fellows ask Ben if he can get dates for them5 as a rule Ben
comes through. In the cross-country race at Horace Mann, he
had the bad fortune of breaking a small bone in the back of
his leg. As head of the Christian Activities Club, Ben is very
much alive in Christian service. We are sure Ben will go places
with his strong testimony.
WILLIAM R. O'ROURKE
Varsity Football 65 J.V. Football 55 Middlers 45 Wrestling 5,65
Basketball 35 Track 4,5,65 J.V. Baseball 35 Photography Club
3,4,5,65 Audio-Visual Club 3,45 Blue and White 55 Christian
Activities Club 4,5,65 Christian Association 55 Outing Club 65
Science Club 3,65 Church Board 5,65 Deputations 4,5,65 RES
GESTAE 65 Executive Committee 3.
"Bill" came to us from the "show me" state of Missouri, but
he later moved to Chicago, where he makes his home now.
As a freshman, Bill distinguished himself by becoming head
of his class. In spite of a broken hand early in his senior year,
he bolstered the football team by his playing and spirit. Stony
Brook is the place where Bill accepted Christ as his Savior, and
he is one of the leading seniors in Christian activities. He was
elected chaplain of the student organization in his senior year.
PETER A. PSOTA
Midget Football 25 Midget Baseball 25 Tennis 3,4,5,6g Blue and
White 5: Biology Club 55 Science Club 67 Music Appreciation
"Pete" is cl day boy who has been with us ever since the
eighth grade. One of the first things one notices about Pete
is his quiet manner. His ability to get dates for some fellows
is very helpful indeed. Although Pete is not very active in tall
and winter sports, he has made friends with all through his
amiable personality. Pete is also quite the boy when it comes
to playing tennis.
Cross Country 56 Track 5 6 Lettermen s Club 5 6 Secretary
of Student Organization 6 Science Club 6
"Gordy is one of our day boys who likes to arrive every
day in his gray Plymouth Although he is quiet he enpoys nav:
gating his car at supersonic speeds This year Gordy was co
captain ot the cross country team His main interest is track
and he truly excels in the 440 Although taking six sublects
this year Gordy maintains a good scholastic average
J. ROBERT STEVENSON
Varsity Football 4,5,6, Wrestling 4,5,6, J.V. Baseball 4, Track
5,6, Shop Club 6, Lettermen's Club 6, Science Club 6, Glee
From quaint Old Greenwich, Connecticut, comes our own
"Tiny" Stevenson. Stevie has been an outstanding line man
on the football team for the past two seasons. He may be
heard strumming his guitar or banio in his spare hours. "Tiny"
has been with us for three years, and we can't remember when
he hasn't worn a smile.
WILLIAM S. STRONG
Varsity Football 5,6, J.V. Football 3,4, Midget Football 2,
Wrestling 3,4,5,6, Midget Basketball 2, Tennis 6, Track 4,5,
J.V. Baseball 3, Midget Baseball 2, Choir 2, Christian Activities
Club 3,4,5,6, Shop Club 3, Audio-Visual Club 4,5, Blue and
White 4,5, Church Board 5,6, Outing Club 6, Lettermen's Club
6, Christian Association 5, Executive Committee 5, Science
Club 6, Deputations 4,5,6, Stewardship Committee 3,4, Ad-
visory Committee 6.
"BilI" is one of the old timers here at Stony Brook. A resident
of the fair state of Connecticut, he came here as an eighth
grader, and has since then been popular with the fellows in
his class. A good athlete and a fine competitor, he excels in
both football and wrestling. This year he won the coveted
Vanderveer Trophy for fine sportsmanship in football. Bill is
a very fine Christian, who always may be found doing some-
thing for the Lord. He is certainly a great asset to this year's
HORACE Q. TOWLE
Varsity Football, Mgr. 65 Wrestling 5,65 Track, Mgr. 65 Christian
Activities Club 5,65 Choir 55 Stamp Club 55 Lettermen's Club 65
Blue and White 55 Science Club 65 RES GESTAE 65 Executive
Committee 65 Deputations 5,6.
"Horace", who comes to us from the well'represented state
of New Jersey, is the calm, cool, and collected type. ln fact
you might say in fun that he is pretty well-collected around the
waistline. Besides being an A-1 wrestler during the winter, he
is an asset to our football and track teams in a managerial
role. By upholding the standards of the school in every respect,
Horace has maintained a fine Christian testimony.
CHARLES P. UNDERWOOD
Rifle Club 65 Science Club 65 Shop Club 65 RES GESTAE 6.
"Undie", a native of Babylon, joined us in our senior year.
Ordinarily very quiet, he whips right back when his roommate
makes some crack about him. Whenever in a bull session,
Undie is always speaking about old cars. A Christian with
a good influence on all, Undie has made friends rapidly.
DAVID L. WEBBER
J.V. Baseball 55 Cross Country 65 Varsity Baseball 65 Science
"Dave" came to Stony Brook from Puerto Rico in the middle
of his junior year. When not making model airplanes, he is
generally studying U.S. History. You can always count on him
to come up with some witty remark at the right time. Dave
has proved himself to be a very able runner in cross-country.
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DONALD C. WRIEDEN
Varsity Football 65 J.V. Football 45 Wrestling 55 Varsity Base-
ball 65 J.V. Baseball 55 Outing Club 6.
"Don" is one of our day boys who has been with us for a
long time. He is very keen on U.S. History, maintaining a
powerful average all the time. After lunch he may be found
in Memorial Hall bossing all of the cleaning crew around. A
worker in both studies and athletics, he boosted the spirited
football team Stony Brook was so proud of this year.
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THE ART CLASS
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LORD 81 TAYLOR
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But continue thou in the things which thou hast learned
and hast been assured of, knowing of whom thou hast
And that from a child thou hast known the holy scrip-
tures, which are able to make thee wise unto salvation
through faith which is in Christ Jesus.
-II Timothy 3:14,15
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The college of your choice should be
outstanding in its reputation for ac-
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Houghton is more than just another
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recipe generations old, they have
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No others ever seem
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20 N. La Salle St. Chicago-10, Ill.
Brooklyn Route Division
Compliments of . . .
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FRED .I . DEHMER
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ST. ALBANS HOBBY CENTER
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Orders To Take Out
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22 W. JERICHO TURNPIKE
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Compliments of . . . SH 5-0630
HUNTINGTON FEDERAL WILLIAM J- SCHOLTZ
Savings and Loan Association Audio-ViSualC0w1Sel
Audio-Visual Equipments - Sales and Service
400 New York Avenue
P.O. Box No. 302
Huntington, N. Y. Sag Harbor N' Y'
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Screen Cloth - Hardware - Industrial Wire Cloth - M eshes - Metals
47 MURRAY STREET NEW YORK, N. Y.
JOHN ADAMS HENRY, Inc.
Fresh and Frozen Fruits
56-58 HARRISON STREET
NEW YORK 13, N. Y.
665 CHANCELLOR AVENUE
IRVINGTON, NEW JERSEY
THE LEWIS DRUG STORE
FOR PROMPT DRUG SERVICE
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BROOKLYN 38, N. Y.
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL TIMES
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SUBSCRIPTION - 353.00 Per Year
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325 NORTH 13th STREET
PHILADELPHIA 5, PA.
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SENIOR CLASS OF '54
MULLER, BENNETT 8:
ASSOCIATES MR, AND MRS,
. . . Management Consultants . . .
2 342 MADISON AVENUE PICCIONE PLASTERING co.
' Plastering - Stucco - Alterations
NEW YORK 17, N. Y. Mason Wmk
3 Park Avenue R.F.D. 4-
5 Huntington, N. Y.
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for work . . . for play . . . for everyday
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Huntington 2245 - 3366
PARAMOUNT GLASS CO.
Safety Class . . . Radiator Repairs
Mirrors - Floor Covering
903 New York Avenue
Huntington Station, N. Y.
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Huntington Station, N. Y.
We Specialize in
WEDDING, PARTY, BIRTHDAY and
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188-25 LINDEN BOULEVARD
ST. ALBANS 12, N. Y.
Telephone: LA 8-8899
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S U F F O L K
DOROTHY and PAUL
DENZIN IMPROVEMENT CO.
CHARLES, of East Norihpm HH""'eS 'md Building Sites
Permanent Waving Grand Prize Winner of Distinction"
1948 - 1949
1950 Master Prize
54 Larkfield Road
East Northport, N. Y.
SUN UPHOLSTERY SHOP
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Upholstery . . . Slip Covers OF
MR. AND MRS. E. H. GALE
534 NEW YORK AVENUE
HUNTINGTON, L. I., N. Y.
3 Stony Brook 487
C A P P Y ' S
GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
New Homes and Improvements Floor Covering of
STONY BROCK, N- Y- PORT JEFFERSON, L. 1.
The Smithlnwu Ijmnmunity Fund
THE SMITHTOWN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
BLUE JAY MARKET
DAVID BROWN, Hardware
CIRCLE B MOTORS
FIGARI, MRS. JOHN
FRANK'S QUALITY MARKET
GLAMORE MOTOR SALES
C. F. HODGKINSON, INC.
FREDERICK E. JAEGGI, INC.
UNITED SEA FOOD
MONICA DRESS SHOP
ROBERT M. SMITH
SMITHTOWN FURN. 84 BED. CO
SUFFOLK MEN'S SHOP
YOUTHLAND. Cllildrelfs Apparel
VUOZZO FLOOR COVERING
I-L B. WULLE 8 IIIIMPANY, Inc.
SCARSDALE, NEW YORK
Compliments of . . .
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OF McCulloch Chain Saws
Carden Master Tractors
Winco Electric Generators
S A Power Lawn Mowers
3 Jen-in-lm Turnpike Commack, N. Y
Telephone P. J. 8-0046 - 8-0080
ANTIQUES AND USED FURNITURE
DODGE and PLYMOUTH E'
S l d S
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Cars . . . Trucks . . . Accessories . . . Parts
Stony Brook 7-0117
PORT JEFFERSON, N. Y.
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Compliments of . . . Compliments of . . .
OETTINGER'S THREE VILLAGE
VARIETY STORE EXCHANGE
COMMON BRICK SALES CORPORATION
34-66 LAWRENCE STREET FLUSHING 54, N. Y
Updraft-Downdraft-Tunnel Kiln North River Common Brick
Standard-Jumbo Standard-Jumbo--3 Color
Sayre 81 Fisher Brick fRepressedj
2 ROOFING 81 SIDING CO.
BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N. Y.
F R I E N D S
W e Recommend
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CLASS OF 1954
mr. CKE' mo. odeiah Caron
"Trust in the Lord with all
thine heart and lean not unto
thine own understanding.
In all thy ways acknowledge
Him, and He shall direct thy pathsf,
-Proverbs 3 :5,6
DIEGES 81 CLUST
17 John Street New York 8, N. Y.
Rings . . . Medals . . . Pins
Trophies . . . Charms
Compliments of . . .
J. A. WILSON METAL
350 MADISON AVENUE
NEW YORK 17, N. Y.
L. C. CLARKE CO.
We solicit anzl appreciate
0. B. DAVIS, INC.
PORT JEFFERSON, N. Y.
VILLAGE BARBER SHOP
Watch Repairing Done on Premises GREETINGS
JOSEPH PASTORELLI, Prop.
LOUIS H. AMSLER
Compliments of NEW YORK, N. Y.
DR. sf MRS. F. E. WICKS
Remember now thy Creator in the
days of thy youth, while the evil days
come not, nor the years draw nigh,
when thou shalt say, I have no
pleasure in them.
-Ecclesiastes 12 :1
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Compliments of '
Young People . . . ,Iuly 17-24
GENERAL REMODELING CO- General Bible Conference
July 31 to Aug. 7
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64 W Ran 0 P meet for details write to
Chicago 1, IlliI10iS JAMES E. HILL, Business Manager
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"Our cows are not content.
They always strive to do better."
COUNTY AUTO RADIATOR
T0 THE SERVICE
954' Middle Country Road
Smithtown, N. Y.
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15 BROAD STREET
NEW YORK 5, N. Y.
SOUTH BAY FISH 81
Sea Food, Fruit and Vegetables
50 SOUTH OCEAN AVENUE
PATCHOGUE, N. Y.
Sales Sz Service, Inc.
630 New York Avenue
Huntington, N. Y.
CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH
MR. 8: MRS. F. W. WRIEDEN
Alfred A. Scharbius II, M.D.
We Cover Entire Long Island
Modernize Your Home - Call "Continental',
Modernizing Co., Inc.
279 West Main Street
Smithtown, N. Y.
DEW DROP INN
WM. KARL, Prop.
Steaks - Sauerbraten - Long Island Ducks
Home Style Dinners and Luncheons
Catering to Weddings and Banquets
2 E. .IERICHO TURNPIKE
fCor. New York Avenuej
HUNTINGTON STATION, N. Y.
Pest Extermination - Tree Preservation
1200 Merrick Road
East of Amityville, N. Y.
Compliments of . . .
TOPPS MEN'S SHOP
EAST NORTHPORT, N. Y.
ROBERT F. 8:
ROBERT C. WELLS
I I O U 0 O
PORT JEFFERSON, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. linnrqe Fuchs
MCAULEY CREMORNE MISSION, INC.
434 W. 4.-and STREET NEW YORK, N. Y.
An Interclenorninational Faith Work
In the business of reaching men for Christ since 1882. Ministering to about 150 men
daily, holding forth the Word of Life and Hope on an aggressive, evangelistic plane.
JAMES E. BENNET, Pres. J. M. KILLIGREW, Supt.
USED CLOTHING ALWAYS WELCOME
Compliments of . . .
GEORGE JACKSON GO. PASTRY SHOP
Telephone Smithtown 2-1980
ERATERNAL ORDER OF C""lP'f"m'S of
AEREE M1815 MR. sl MRS. EDWARD O. DOW
Northport, N. Y.
Equipment for All School Athletic Activities
Golf, Tennis . . . Archery Supplies
150 JACKSON STREET
HEMPSTEAD, L. I., N. Y.
With the Best Wishes of
LEW SMITH '32
Hnqers, Prentiss S. Smith, Inc.
80 JOHN STREET
NEW YORK 38, N. Y.
CROWN POULTRY FARM
Fresh Killed Broilers and Roasters
New Laid Eggs Shipped Daily
PORT JEFFERSON STATION
C mpliments of . . .
THE MOTHERS' CLUB
Hnpe ' Eenrqe
Peter ' Gail
Suzanne ' Iinueklee
Mr. and Mrs. Themes Evans
Milgllel' E"0fAQI"5 j2eJ COIIQ
1160 MYRTLE AVENUE
"Sow a thought, and you reap an act,
Sow an act, and you reap a habitg,
Sow a habit, and you reap a character,
Sow a character, and you reap a destiny."
Best Wishes to the Class of 1954
"CHARACTER BEFORE CAREER"
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Men s Shoes
17 Cortlandt St., near Church Sl. 8983253 PLUHEHASL' near B850 H512
1389 Broadway, near 38th St. at us ve" near urc ve'
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384 Madison Ave., cor. 47th St. 165-08 Jamaica Ave.
314 East Fordham
NEWARK BOSTON PHILADELPHIA WASHINGTON
843 Broad St. 330 Washington St. 1221 Chestnut 1327 F St., N.W.
CHARLES P. UNDERWOOD
SWEZEY FUEL CO.
TERRY,S SPORTING GOODS
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PORT JEFFERSON 8-0555 CUB SCOUT - BOY SCOUT - ATHLETES
FISHERMEN 8: HUNTERS
217 Main Street
Port Jefferson, N. Y.
H UIUIIIE TUWLE
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Community Service Station
DUANE C. COLE 81 CO.
Sinclair Gas and Oil
Tires . . . Batteries . . . Accessories
FUEL OIL and KEROSENE
Shopping Center, Stony Brook, N. Y.
Best Wishes . .
J. C. PENNEY CO.
Smithtown Shopping Center
9 Smithtown, N. Y.
EDWARD BIALLA . . . A. M. ZILLIAN
EDWIN N. ROWLEY, Inc.
Real Estate and Insurance
Northport, Long Island
J. STEPHEN WUND
116 JOHN STREET
NEW YORK, N. Y.
141-38 84-th ROAD
JAMAICA, N. Y.
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WALTER R. COCKYI
71 FIFTH AVENUE
NEW YORK 3, N. Y.
, , PERIOD AND MODERN OFFICE
Lang Surgical Appliance Co.
T1 EAST MAIN STREET
SMITHTOWN BRANCH, L. I. CHAIRS AND DESKS FOR THE HOME
Manufacturers of INSTITUTIONAL EQUIPMENT
Trusses, Abdominal Supports, Elastic
Stockings, Maternity Belts, Orthopedic Braces,
Arch Supporters, Spinal Braces, Spinal
Corsets, Artificial Limbs
5 Compliments of . . .
Philippians 3 :13,14
Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing
I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto
those things which are before,
I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in
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S Sulithtown 2-1379
5 Residence: Smithtown 2-2128
LIABILITY BURGLARY PLATE GLASS HOUSEHOLD
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HE LOVED THEM umo THE END" John 13:1
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l.'l'1Jlll'lllllg Christ, the living Saviour, to the Jews across the Amer-
ican Continent, in Great Britain, Belgium, Germany, Poland,
lllaintaining a Church of Jewish Believers in San Francisco.
House-to-house visitationLCospel services--Visiting D.P. Camps
and homes in Europe.
Distribution of the Word of Cod and Christiail litetaturein many
Radio broadcast in Yiddish lStation HCJ B, Quito, Ecuador, South
Americal with a potential global coverage.
A RELIEF MMMSTFY
Helping distressed Hebrew Christians, Displaced Persons, Refu-
gees and especially children and orphans, in Israel, Europe
5 Showing forth the love of Christ to Israel.
A Witness to the Jews, and a challenge to the Christians.
Will you make this Christlike ministry a channel of
your love and testimony to Israel?
President General Secretary
Jossrn M. Sresu: Rev. Vrcron BUKsnAzeN
Treasurer for Canada.
Rev. Bnuce MILLAR, B.A., B.D.
1066 Avenue Road, Toronto 12, Ontario, Canada
Quarterly publicationf'ISRAl'1L MY GLORY-Informative, Scripturaly- Challenging
S1-nv. to all contributors and also on request
Compliments of . . .
JOHNNY VAN DERWERKEN
BM-lll ET LITHIJ EU., Inc.
JOHNSTOWN, N. Y.
300000 .auouo-f.9w0-for eafafaffaav-2.01107
"The Glory of the Bible is that, in a World of Destruction
and Death, it shows us how to have Eternal Life . . . "
. . . said Dr. Frank E. Caebelein
in a sermon commemorating the
84th Annual Presentation of Bibles
by the AMERICAN TRACT SO-
CIETY to the incoming class of
Cadets at the U. S. Military Acad-
emy, West Point, New York.
Since 1825 this Society has pro-
claimed the truth of that statement
by publishing evangelical tracts pointing the lost to a personal relationship
with the Lord Jesus Christ.
Over one MILLION tracts are published monthly. This is made possible
because friends have caught the vision and share with us in our ministry.
Write fwithout obligation? for samples of unusual tracts.
AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY, INC.
RICHARD WOIKE, President JOHN A. MAWHINNEY, JR., Treasurer
FRANK E. GAEBELEIN. First Vice-President HENRY G. PERRY, Executive Secretary
W. THEODORE TAYLOR, Second Vice-President ELMER LEWIS, Secretary
21 West 46th St., New York 36, N. Y.
Shoreham 4--2938 - 4-2082
BANK or NORTHERN NORTH SHORE
228 East Main Street ROCKY POINT, N' Y'
Port Jefferson, N. Y.
BRANCH OFFICE Port Jefferson 8-0263
Patchogue Road cor. Dayton Ave.
Port Jefferson Station, N. Y.
McNAMARA BUICK, Inc.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance THOMAS MCNAMARA
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JOHN BONARD JOHN JOHNSON JACK TENBEKJIAN
KEN CASCONE RON KARL JOHN WINN
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In appreciation of the efforts of Mr. Gilbert C. Moore
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