They Inform the Public
of Its Eye Care Needs
The Student Optometric Society serves as
an educator that keeps the public informed
regarding the care of the eyes. It does
this through the total vision care program
of the College of Optometry and a visual
screening facility that is available to the
The Society provides speakers in optometry
and related fields in order that students in
optometry might know what advances the
profession is making. It also sends representatives to professional conventions and
assemblies throughout the nation.
Social activities of the club include a
Christmas Dance and a spring picnic.
OFFICERS: Jack Vaughan, social chairman; George Lipshy, vice-president; Graham
Lantz, president; Jim Parsons, secretary; Dr. Pheiffer, faculty advisor; John Bradley, treasurer.
MEMBERS—Kneeling: Donald Gerschick, Thomas Heard, Jim Parsons, Owen Murray, Charles Neese, Frank Sortin, John
Bradley, George Lipshy, Harvey Johnson, A. G. Guido, Harold Codianne, Charles MacLaughlin. Standing: Graham Lantz, Martin
Levy, Frank Butterfield, Paul Stigaard, Dr. Chester Pheiffer, Abe Daily, Richard Delgado, Armando Valdee, Drew Browne,
Joan Piper, Boyace Holland, Bob Gardner, Jerry Flanagan, Bill Bauscher, Kelsey Hunter, Louis Love, Ben Russell, Bob
Baldwin, Jerome McAllister, Mary Ann Daly, Jim Newell, Jacqueline Shields, Lou Landsman, Leo Becnel, Frank Lobaccaro,
Elmer Nossaman, Al Clevenger, Robert Victoria, Jack Vaughan, Ed McGee, Nelson Reber, Stewart Webb, and Fred Carriker.