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Ambler Campus of Temple UniversityTo George Manaker,
For the sincerity of his interest in the Class of 1964,
For the genuine regard for his field of study which he has communicated to the Ambler studentry, For his invaluable contributions, as both teacher and advisor, to the future of his students,
We, the Class of 1964, dedicate this yearbook.
2MR. GEORGE MANAKER
3DR. EUGENE UDELL
A wish for the fulfillment of all your nurtured hopes goes to each member of the Class of 1964.
Doors in the halls of knowledge have been opened to you here, through which you may explore for further open doors as you progress to other stages of experience. We shall be interested in your progress, and trust that you will increasingly value your Ambler years and will be vital members of our Ambler family.
Dean of Women
Khalil Gibran has said, “. . . Not a yellow leaf falls but with the silent knowledge of the whole tree.” As a student body you have enriched us and have been enriched in turn; the tree has grown another sturdy ring.
We hope you will come to be active in alumni affairs. An informed alumni body will be of ever-increasing importance to its membership as well as to the Ambler Campus of Temple University.
We wish you the energy to reach for the full fruition of your aspirations and your talents.
Dr. Eugene Udell
MRS. LOUISE FISHERFACULTY
MISS VIOLA ANDERS Horticulture, Floriculture, ami Herbacious Plants
MR. KENNETH ACKERMAN
MR. FREDERIC BLAU Landscape Design Techniques
MRS. JOHN BODINE
MR. HOWARD CREUZIGER
5MR. MERVIN DISSINGER
DR. JOHN FOY
MISS ALEXANDRA GRILIKHES Librarian
6MR. GEORGE MANAKER Botany, Floriculture and Horticulture
MR. EDWARD MERAT
DR. PHILIP PEARSON Biology
MR. JAMES O’REILLY
DR. BARCLAY RILE Horse Husbandry
MRS. HERBERT PRESSMAN
7MR. WILLIAM STEWART
DR. JOHN SWARTLEY Trees and Shrubs
MRS. FREDERICK VOLP
MRS. MARGARET WINCHELL
MR. GEORGE SYME History
MR. HANS ZUTTER Fruits and Vegetables
ADMINISTRATION—Seated: Mrs. Bub. Mrs. Reid, Mrs. Scott. Standing: Mrs. Rommel, Mrs. Woodington.
MAINTENANCE—Mr, William Hale, Jr., Mr. William Hale, Mr. F.arl Roberts, Supervisor of Physical Plant and Maintenance, Mr. James Pulli, Mr. Angelo Pulli.
9MRS. JEANNE WONDERS Housemother
MRS. ANTHONY CATTOLICO Nurse
MRS. S. A. DAHLGREN Bright Hall Hostess
MRS. HARRY MacWHORTER Bright Hal! Hostess
10MRS. E. A. VAN STEENWYK Bright Hall Hostess
MRS. KATHERINE LUSKY Dorm Maintenance
KITCHEN— Mr. Charles Patterson. Assistant Chef, and Mrs. Nellie Bullock, Chef.
IIMAY DANCE. 1963 Presented by the Class of 1964 May Eleventh Theme: Days of Wine and Roses
by: A. Sophomore
CHRISTMAS DANCE. 1963 Presented by the Class of 1964 December Thirteenth Theme: Winter Paradise
12CLASS OF 1964
President—Edmund J. Holcomb Vice President—Janet Welch Secretary—Nancy Phillips Treasurer—El wood Carter
13MEI.VIN ARTHUR ADAMS. Jr.
Horticulture Mel; Bowling Club 1. 2; May Dance I; Photography Club 1; Basketball I; Lecture Committee 2; Christmas Dance 2; AMTU Photography Editor 2.
"Nothing less will really make people responsible . . —Hurl
PAUL D. BASENBERG Business Paul; Football I; Basketball 1; Baseball I; Tennis 1.
"The quiet mind is richer than a crown . . —Green
RICHARD LAWRENCE BLENHEIM
Business Dick; Football 1. 2; Soccer 2; Student Council 2: AMTU Staff
"Hail to thee, blithe spirit!"
NANCY BROOK Horticulture Nancy; Glee Club I. Chairman 2; Riding Club I. Vice President 2; Bowling 2.
"She was the single artificer of the world in which she sang." —Stevens
NANCY HELEN BULLOCK
Landscape Design Nan; Archery Club 1; Photography Club 1: Bowling Club 1.
"A friend he has whose face will never change—”
Landscape Design Warren: Freshman Class President; Archery Club 1; May Dance I; Valentine Dance I; Bowling Club 1. 2; Student Council President 2.
"I have been so great a lover . . ."—Brooke
ELWOOD CARTER Liberal Arts Elwood; Newspaper Copy Editor I; Linguist Club 1; Sophomore Class Treasurer; Drama Club 2; AMTU Co-Editor 2; Bowling 1. 2; Bridge Club 2. “Stars caught in my braches Make day of the dark . . ." —Swinburne
WILLIAM R. COMERY Landscape Design Bill: Basketball I; Photography Club 1; May Dance 1; Christmas Dance 2.
.. And a lass is good. And a pipe to smoke in cold weather;" —O'Keefe
WILLIAM J. CRANDLEY Landscape Design Bill Crangy; Basketball I; Football 1; Soccer 1, 2; Volleyball I, 2.
"The pensive man . . . he sees that eagle float for which the intricate alps are a single nest.” —Stevens
RONALD BENARD DUNN Business Ron; Student Council I; Ambler Intramural Council President 2; Baseball I, 2; Volleyball 2; Soccer 2; Football 2; Social Committee 2; AMTU Staff 2. "My night shall be remembered for a star that outshone all the suns of all men's day."
15GLENN EUGENE FAHNESTOCK Horticulture Arch; May Dance 1; Christmas Dance 2; Drama Club 2.
"Laugh yourself into stitches." —Shakespeare
JEFFREY L. FOULK Landscape Design Jeff; May Dance 1; Basketball 1. 2; Christmas Dance 2.
"A mind content, both crown and kingdom is."—Greene
CARL IVAN FOX
Landscape Design Foxic; Drama Club 2.
"I had a thing to say, but I will fit it whith some better time." —Shakespeare
16ROBERT JOHN GOODALL
Landscape Design Hob: Bowling I, 2; May Dance I; Christmas Dance 2; AMTU Staff 2.
"We are ready to try our fortunes to the last man.”
CHARLES FORS HAAG Landscape Design Charlie; Riding Club I, President 2; May Dance 1; Christmas Dance 2; Student Council Treasurer.
“Ay, they heard his foot upon the stirrup . . ”—de la Mare
CHRISTINE SARAH HAMMEL
Education Tina; Riding Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1,2.
. . horse in the silence champed the grasses on the forest's ferny floor.”
—de la Mare
17STEVEN J. HILBERG Horticulture Steve; Riding Club 1. 2; Social Committee 2.
"We have ideas yet that we haven’t tried."—Frost
EDMUND JAY HOLCOMB Horticulture Hokey, Jay; Photography Club 1; Bowling Club 1. 2; Freshman Class Treasurer; Sophomore Class President; Basketball 1; Soccer 2; Social Committee 2.
"Blessed are the peacemakers." —Matthew
MARGARET LYN HUISMAN
Education Lyn; Social Committee 1, 2; May Dance Committee 1; Bowling I; AMBLE Committee 1; Riding Club I; Christmas Dance 2; Volleyball 2; AMTU Staff 2.
"Good Luck is the gayest of all gay girls . . ."—Hay
18CAROL LEE KAHN
Landscape Design Lee; Glee Club I; Dorm Council 2.
. . lhe importance of being earnest."—Wilde
ROBERT KILLOUGH III Liberal Arts Hob; Marriage Club I. 2; A MTU Staff 2.
"With a voice like a north wind blowing over corn stabble in January . . "—Sandburg
JOHN CHARLES KRICHER Liberal Arts John; Football I; Soccer 2; A MTU Staff 2.
“Why, what a very singularly deep young man this deep young man must be!”
19DONALD EARL LEVENGOOD Horticulture Don; May Dance Committee; Basketball 2; Soccer 2.
"Here there was laughing . . —Swinburne
MICHAEL E. NEUMANN Business Mike; Football I; Baseball I; Tennis I; Volleyball 1; AMTU Business Editor 2.
"Seest thou a man diligent in his business?"—Proverbs
PETER JAMES PARSIL Horiculture Pete; May Dance Committee 1. "Such a constant lover."
NANCY ALICE PHILLIPS Liberal A rts Nancy; Riding Club 2; House Council President 2; Sophomore Class Secretary. "Protagoras asserted that there were two sides to every question. exactly opposite to each other."—Laertius
20PATRICIA ROMAN Education Pat; Riding Club 1; Student Council Secretary 2; AMTU Staff 2.
“Give me a look, give me a face.
That makes simplicity a grace." —Jonson
ELWOOD J. RAHM Horticulture Woody; Bowling Club I; Basketball 1; Soccer 2; Social Committee Chairman 2.
"Had anything been wrong, we should certainly have heard." —Auden
PETER PATRICK ROOSEVELT Business Casual; May Dance 1; Christmas Dance 2; AMTU Staff 2.
. . of unmatcliahle courage." —Shakespeare
EDWARD GORDON RUDOLPH Liberal Arts Hap; May Dance 1; Intramural Council Secretary 2; Football 1, 2; Lecture Committee 2.
. . pubs, mud. cockles, flatfish, rain, and human, often all too human . . —Thomas
21ROBERT J. RUDOLPH, SR.
Landscape Design Bing; Football I; Volleyball 1; Archcry Club 1; Soccer 2; Social Committee 2; Married Club 1. 2.
"In life's small things be resolute and great. . —Lowell
JUDITH SCHEIBNF.R Liberal Arts Judy; May Dance 1; Riding Club 1, 2.
"In peace there's nothing so becomes ... as modest stillness and humility;"—Shakespeare
WILLIAM DALE SHIELDS
Landscape Design Bill; Basketball 1: Baseball 1; Football 2; Soccer 2; Christmas Dance Committee 2.
"Such as you with such a master speed.”—Frost
JOAN SUE SIMS Education Jo; Riding Club I; Linguist Club 1; Social Committee 1; Volleyball 2; Drama Club 2; Bridge Club 2; Christmas Party 2: AMTU Layout Editor 2.
. . whose red and white 'tis beauty truly blent. .
ANTOINETTE MARIE TOSCO Horticulture Toni; Bowling 1; May Dance 1; House Council 1. Vice President 2; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Christmas Dance 2.
"There are no secrets better kept than the secrets that every body guesses."—Shaw
22FRANCES TYL Education I-rani; Riding Club I. 2; Choir 1. 2; AMTU Art Editor 2.
7 love to see that gracious smile light up your face . .
SANDRA GAIL VENABLE Landscape Design Sandy, Sahuda; May Dance 1; Riding Club 1. 2; Bowling 1. 2; Christmas Dance 2; AMTU Staff 2.
“Responsibility's like a string we can only see the middle of."—McFee
ELEANOR JANET WELCH Landscape Design Jan; Lecture Committee Chairman 2; Sophomore Class Vice President.
"She rode astride as troopers do.”—Morris
MARILYN ZIMMERMAN Liberal A rts Marilyn; AMTU Co-Editor 2. "Profound, remote, immediate and calm.”—Eberhart
23CLASS OF 1965
President—Robert Thomas Vice President—Serge Dihoff Secretary—Jane Spencer Treasurer—Jane McNeary
24LIBERAL A RTS—Seated: D. Rosin. F. Sinncma. V. Malanga. N. Jackson. Standing: A. Pfcffer. J. Longo, D. Stewart. K. Marggraff, K. Theobald. J. McCormick. R. Cannon. J. DiPuppo, H. Tak, D. Green.
EDUCATION—Seated: M. Emery, M. Weiss. Standing: P. Crist, S. Fein. M. Cattolico. N. Sherman. S. Zwirn. S. Slelden. I. Luxenberg.
BUSINESS—Seated: M. AfTlerback, J. Cris-pcll, J. McIntyre, D. Hill. Standing: R. Staub, W. Staley, F. Romanoski.LANDSCAPE DESIGN—Sealed: M. Schultz, D. Bissett, J. Ayton, E. Evans, Jane McNcary, Class of 1965 Secretary. Standing: A. Dromeshauscr, A. Thornton, M. Price. R. Thomas, Class of 1965 President; J. Scott. G. Roller. J. WicofT.
HORTICULTURE—Sealed: M. Pence, A. Scheufele. Standing: S. Dihoflf, Class of 1965 Vice-President: W. Leach, E. Blanche!, H. Daniels, W. Seidel.ACTIVITIES
Left to Right: D. Blenheim, C. Haag, Treasurer: D. Green, B. Thomas, D. Bissctt, P. Roman, Secretary; S. Bean. E. Holcumb, Vice-President; J. Foulk, W. Bullock, President.
Seated: N. Phillips, President; H. Tak. Standing: C. Kahn, V. Malanga, A. Tosco, Vice-President; D. Bissett, L. Weiss, Secretary.
Seated: E. Carter, Co-Editor; M. Zimmerman, Co-Editor; M. Adams. Photography Editor; P. Crist, J. Sims, Layout Editor; M. Neumann, Business Manager.
First Row: R. Dunn, R. Rudolph. Second Row: L. Huisman, Co-Chairman; V. Malanga, P. Crist. Third Row: W. Staley, E. Rahm, Chairman.
Seated: J. Welch, Chairman; K. Marggraff. Standing: E. Rudolph, M. Adams.
Seated: J. Longo, F. Sinnema, V. Malanga, C. Hammcl. Standing: K. Marggraff, F. Tyl, J. Ayton, N. Brook, Chairman; M. Pence.
Seated: M. Pence, S. Venable, D. Bissett, N. Bullock. Standing: A. Thornton, G. Koller, N. Brook. G. Fahnestock. P. Crist, E. Carter. R. Goodall, Chairman; J. Krichcr, M. Schultz, W. Leach, J. Ayton, M. Adams. E. Holcomb.
First Row: N. Brook, Vice-President: C. Haag, President: N. Phillips, C. Hammcl. F. Tyl. Standing: M. Pence, P. Roman. R. Staub. H. Tak, F. Sinncma, K. Marggraff, D. Rosin, J. Crispcll, Secretary-Treasurer: K. Fagan. M. Schultz, A. Scheufele. S. Venable.
First Row: D. Levengood. H. Daniels, R. Blenheim, J. McCormick, D. Stewart, R. Dunn, President. Standing: W. Crandley. S. DihofI, H. Chilimidos, W. Staley, E. Rudolph, P. Miller, F. Romanoski, A. Blum, M. AfTlerbach, A. Dromcshauscr, J. Krichcr.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Bean Mrs. M. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. A. Bissett Mr. and Mrs. W. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bullock Mr. and Mrs. R. Myers
Mr. and Mrs. D. Crispell Mr. and Mrs. Parsil
Mr. and Mrs. C. Crist, Jr. Mrs. G. Potts
Mrs. L. Fors Mrs. S. Pugliese
Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodall Mr. and Mrs. H. Roosevelt
Mr. and Mrs. J. Haag Mrs. C. Schreitz
Mr. and Mrs. G. Hammel Mr. and Mrs. R. Stan wood
Mr. and Mrs. E. Holcomb Mr. and Mrs. M. Staub
Mr. and Mrs. Kahn Mrs. A. Taverno
Mr. and Mrs. R. Lawton Mr. and Mrs. O. Theobald
Mr. and Mrs. T. Lees, III Mr. and Mrs. D. Thomas
Mr. L. Liss Mr. and Mrs. A. Tosco
Dr. and Mrs. G. Lynab Mr. and Mrs. G. Venable
Mrs. L. Miller Mrs. D. Zimmermann
Dr. Eugene Udell Mrs. Viola K. Anders Mr. Frederic S. Blau Brady and Swartley Mr. Howard W. Creuziger Mrs. Louise Fisher Mr. Edgar Grater Mr. Edward Merat Mrs. Ernest Kroeger
Congratulations 1964 Graduating Class
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19113
AUTO WRECKER GENERAL SCRAP DEALER
1525 Turk Road
G. M. DECK SONS
Porter-Cable Power Tools
27 N. Main St. Ambler, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Roman and Family
37Many Thanks for Your Past Patronage PENNBROOK MILK
HOWARD JOHNSON'S COMPANY
Ambler, Pa. Lombard 27th
Philadelphia 46, Penna.
TO CLASS OF ’64 Outdoors advisory service is one of the most desperate needs of the suburban homeowner today. Mitchell 6-4944
If you choose to put your fund of knowledge to commercial use, we suggest you make such THEODORE L. GROSS
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LOTS OF LUCK! Bill Green Gordon Green Wholesale Poultry Fresh Killed-Fresh Frozen-Parts
PRIMEX Garden Center Glenside, Pa. TU 7-7500 George Bishop, Mgr. Spring House, Pennsylvania
38OLD COMFORT CO., INC.
Plymouth Meeting Pennsylvania
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Sims and Family
AMBLER FASHION SHOP
FRED C. GLOECKNER CO., INC.
SCOTT’S BAR GRILLE
WALTER FREE MASTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY
10 Cavalier Dr. Ambler, Pa.
39There is a Banking Service For Your Every Need—
On or Off Campus At Ambler’s Key Bank
PROVIDENT TRADESMENS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
132 E. Butler Avenue Mitchell 6-1400
Brenneman and Brady Brandenburg’s Palermo’s Market The Sherwin Williams Co.
C. E. Kingston W. Howard George Burns
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