Eastern Nazarene College - Nautilus Yearbook (Quincy, MA)
- Class of 1956
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Text from Pages 1 - 242 of the 1956 volume:
EASTERN NAZARENE CCLLEGE
Wollaston Park, Quincy, Massachusetts
Pershing Parker, Editor-in-chief
Gordon M. Young, Business Manager
Annual Publication of the Student Body, Volume XXXIV
MDMENTS T0 REMEMBER
We came to E.N.C. "to get an education." We left
our homes, our friends, and our parents to adopt
new homes, new friends, and new parents-our
Foremost in our minds was a desire to continue
our studies in preparation for Christian living. We
took courses from many different professors. Some
inspired and awakened us, some just added ob-
scure facts. We realized that the classroom did not
give us everything that an education requires. To-
gether with our classmates we shared the experi-
ences of college life, planned and attended parties,
went with our dates to Boston, the Friday night pro-
grams and to the Dugout.
Not only did we go to church "twice on Sunday
and once in the middle of the week" but also en-
ioyed chapel services and personal devotions
which created a Christian atmosphere on campus.
We watched the society football games and the
varsity basketball games. We went into "town"v
Wollaston or Quincy to shop or "goof-off."
Now our college days are over but "the laughter
we were glad to share will echo through the years."
And when we've gone our separate ways we'll
have these "MOMENTS TO REMEMBER."
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We will always remember the professor who opened our minds to the
world of history, and who inspired some of us to make history our cic-
ademic career. We will always remember the historian who won the
Brewer Award in American Church History and who is iust now writing a
history of the Church of the Nazarene. We will always remember the
man who was able to take us soaring in thought through the orator's
art, the practical Christian who carried his Christianity into the class-
room as well as the pulpit. We will .always remember the thinker and
leader who was not afraid to set the standard, the man to whom this
TIMOTHY L. SMITH
book is respectfully dedicated, Dr.
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TABLE 0F CONTENTS
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Administration and Faculty I0
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Student life l02
The parties, the noisy fun, the quiet times together.
The games we watched or participated in.
The downtown stores and the hometown churches.
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As the autumn turned to winter the school year progressed. We
remember the classroom scenes, the days when we did not have
our assignments prepared, and the exams we called "hard,"
but, most of all we remember our instructors, their faces and
their personalities. The FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION rep-
resented our purpose in attending college, our desire for
THE AUTUMN TURNS
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Seated: J. H. MacGregor, J. C. Albright, M. R. Emery, Treasurer, L. M. Spangenberg, Vice-Chairman, E. S. Mann
President of the College, E. E. Grosse, Chairman, R. D. Smith, Secretary, R. F. Heinlein, C. D. Taylor, L. W. Durkee
Second: R. M. lngland, F. Gordon, A. E. Collins, C. Williams, H. B. Ward, W. G. Angell, K. H. Pearsall, J. R. Bell
D. Powell. Third: D. Frye, J. Z. Andree, R. J. Godlse, A. B. Sampson, D. H. Strang, R. Clapp, H. R. Gray, M. E
There are no more vital years in life than those which are spent on the campus of E. N. C.
And if these are years of effort and progress and accomplishment they will provide a
multitude of pleasant memories throughout all the after-years.
Some memories will be of the campus, glistening white after a January snowstorm or
fragrant with spring in the morning sun after a night of rain. It will not be easy to forget
the green lawns bordered with flowers, the magnolia tree in full bloom or moonlight
filtering through the lacy fingers of overhanging elms at Commencement time.
Then there will be the atmosphere surrounding a society football game on a brisk
October afternoon, those tense moments when the basketball score is tied, and the daily
fellowship of the dining hall and the Dugout.
But memories of E. N. C. would not be complete without being able to recall the idio-
syncrasies of a favorite professor, moments of illuminating inspiration in the classroom,
times of thoughtful reverence in the chapel or of rich blessings in a prayer hour or revival
Life at E. N. C. is the stuff of which memories are made. And if this life allows for the
birth and maturing of a vital Christian experience all memories of E. N. C. will have added
richness and meaning.
EDWARD S. MANN
Paul E. Wells, Business Manager.
Carroll Bradley, Dean of Men, Director of
Mrs. Madeline Nease, Regisfrar.
Mrs. Esther D, Williamson, Dean of Women.
Stephen W. Nease, Executive Field Secrelary
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Bertha Munro, Dean of the College, Chairman of Division
of Arts and Letters, Professor of English Language and
Alvin H. Kauffman, Assistant Dean ofthe Col-
lege, Chairman of Division of Philosophy and
Religion, Professor of Philosophy,
Edith F. Cove, Professor of Music, Instructor in the School of Practical Arts
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We will be forever thankful to our faculty for their guidance
and the understanding they have shown us both scholasti-
cally and spiritually. Their faithful devotion to their calling
and their high ideals have influenced the trend of our lives.
lt is a great pleasure to pay tribute to the men and women
who have made possible the growth of this college.
Kent Goodnow, Professor of
German and Spanish.
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J. Glenn Gould, Professor of Theology.
Jasper R. Naylor, Professor of Mathematics, Director of the School of Practical Arts and Letters.
Mary K. Harris, Professor of French and Spanish
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3 d Ygrl! Alice Spongenberg, Professor or English.
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James H. Shroder, Chairman of Division of Science and Mathematics
Professor of Chemistry.
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Charles W. Akers, Chairman of Division of Social Science, Associate Pro-
fessor of History, Instructor in the School of Practical Arts and Letters.
William J. V. Babcock, Associate Professor of Buology.
Harvey J. S. Blaney, Librarian, Associate Professor of Biblical Literature.
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Louise A. Dygoski, Associate Professor of Speech, Instructor in the School of
Practical Arts and Letters.
Wilbur H. Mullen, Associate Professor of Theology.
Mel-Thomas Rothwell, Associate Professor of Philosophy.
Olive B. Marple, Associate Professor of Music, Instructor in the School of
Practical Arts and Letters.
Rolland W. Parsons, Associate Professor of Education, Supervisor of Ele
Helen F. Rothwell, Associate Professor of Spanish, Instructor in the School of
Practical Arts and Letters.
Timothy L. Smith, Associate Professor of History, on leave of absence.
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Esther D. Williamson, Associate Professor of Voice, ln-
structor in the School of Practical Arts and Letters.
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George J. Delp, Assistant Professor of Greek.
Frank W. Gery, Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Administration
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Ward M. Hunting, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Director of Audio-visual
Aids, Instructor in the School of Practical Arts and Letters.
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Marlin B. Kreider, Assistant Professor of Biology.
Hadrian B. Lechner, Assistant Professor of Physics.
Joseph H. Knowles, Assistant Professor of Psychology.
Paul C. Maybury, Assistant Professor of Chemistry
James R. Cameron, Instructor in History, Instructor Edith P. Goodnow, Instructor in English Literature, Grace E, Jessop, Assistant in Sociology.
in the School of Practical Arts and Letters. Instructor in the School of Practical Arts and Let-
Irving I. Jones, Instructor in the School of Prac-
tical Arts and Letters.
Alice C. McEachern, Assistant in English, Instructor
in the School of Practical Arts and Letters.
William A. Taylor, Instructor in the School of Alice Whiting, Instructor in the School of Practical James Young, Director of the Band.
Practical Arts and Letters. Arts and Letters.
Business Office Staff- Faye Painter Mrs A Crawford
Audrey Ward, Doris Kelly, Alice Whntmg.
Registrar's Office SMH: Joan Kehm and Betty Shields.
Miss Elizabeth Young, Mrs. Mary Rankin, Robert Harding, Food Service Manager
Secretary to the President. Director of Employment Bureau.
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"The laughter we were glad to share will echo through the years." We re-
member our friends and classmates with whom we lived for four years. We
remember the "old and wise" students who were higher in class standing
and the "green newcomers" below us. Of course, we made friends with
fellow students from all the CLASSES.
"THE LAUGHTER WE WERE
GLAD T0 I'IARE"
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GRADUATES IN THEOLOGY
Seated: David Grosse, chaplainp Robert Crew, presidentp David McPherson, treasurer. Standing: Jane Schlosser,
secretaryg Prof. Gery, advisory Dallas Mucci, S. C. representative: Beverly Ashline, vice president.
Registration lines . . . initiation . . . classes . . . chapel talks . . . football games . . . basket-
ball games.. . prayer cell... Friday night dates . . . revival campaigns . . . society outings
. . . pillow fights . . . Junior-Senior Day . . . Senior trip . . . Commencement Day . . . When
we entered the E. N. C. campus in i952 we didn't know what the future held for us. Now
our college life is behind us and the last four years of our lives hold memories that we will
carry with us and cherish forever.
We have formed lasting friendshipsp we have learned invaluable lessons in livingg our
Christian faith has found a sure and solid foundation and we now hold our diplomas and
face life eagerly.
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The seniors pose for their class picture.
Party at Prof. Gery's
Phyllis Collins and Betty Shields try out the toothpick game.
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B.S. Elementary Education
Way: Of Friendly lndustry. Proposed
Route: Facing the Light. Landmarks:
Even-tempered. Wholesome. Dormitory
pals. "ln small proportions we just beauties
see." Paving Stones: Regular front-seat
chapel. Boston Youngsters charmed.
Sigma l, 2, 3, 4. Cheerleading l, 2, 3, 4. Chemistry
Association 2. Psychology Club 4. Future Teachers of
America 4. Evangelistic Association I, 2, 4. Prospec-
tive Missionary Society l, 2. Student Missionary
Society 4. Meistersingers 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer
4. Campus Camera 2. Honor Society 3, 4.
Way: Of Steady Quality. Proposed
Route: ln step with the Laird of K.C.
Landmarks: Brown eyes, expressive smile.
Penchant for "Vice"-ships. Paving Stones:
"Flowers spring to beauty where she walks
the careful ways of duty."
Zeta l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3. Litera-
ture Club 3, 4. Future Teachers of America 2, 3,
President 2, Secretary 3. Evangelistic Association I.
Meistersingers 2. Band 2, 3. Greenbook Editor l.
Nautilus 4. Campus Camera 2, 3. Who's Who 4.
Sophomore Class Vice President 2. Senior Class Vice
B.S. Elementary Education
Way: Reliable. Always "There." Pro-
posed Route: Ways of pleasantness.
Landmarks: Dark eyes. Eloquence of
silence. That knight in shining armor! Pav-
ing Stones: French prof's right hand.
Jewel for promptness.
Delta l, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 4. Future Teachers
of America 2, 4. Evangelistic Association l, 4. Meis-
tersingers 4. Campus Camera 2. House Council 3.
New England District Scholarship 3.
Way: Of Grinning Determination. Pro-
posed Route: "All l ask is a tall ship and
a star to steer her by!" Landmarks: Find-
ing his field. Bachelor converted-scholar
developed. Paving Stones: Hard work
plus cheerful spirit plus simple faith:
Kappa l, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 2, 4.
Meistersingers 2. Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4. Band 3.
Basketball l, 2, 3. Baseball l, 2, 3. Tennis l, 2, 3, 4.
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ID AVID BLANEY
fWay: Electrical-Musical. Proposed
lRoute: "Constant as the Northern star."
Landmarks: Musical Apollo. "Out upon
lit! I have loved three whole years to-
gether!" Paving Stones: Quartets lhe-
reditaryl. WENC. First aid electrique.
Sigma l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. A Cappella Choir l,
2, 4. Quartet 2, 3. Band 3. W.E.N.C. 4, Technical
Director 4. Freshman Class Treasurer I.
MARY ELLEN BOSHART
Way: Unaftected-Animated. Proposed
Route: "A road that leads away to pros-
pects bright and fair." Landmarks:
Bright eyes. Temperamental alarm clock.
Fox-y. Musical aide. Paving Stones:
Looking on the bright side.
Zeta l, 2, 3, 4. Cheerleading l, 2, 3, 4, all-star 2,
3, 4. Fine Arts Club l. Literature Club 3, 4. Future
Teachers of America 3, 4. Evangelistic Association
l, 2. Trio 4. Volleyball 3. Campus Camera 3, 4.
W.E.N.C. 2. Albany District Scholarship 3.
Way: Serene-Deliberate. Proposed
Route: Sky-pilot. Landmarks: Honest
smile. Even keel. Deferential manner.
Paving Stones: Gentleman unafraid.
Kappa l, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 3, 4. Stu-
dent Ministerial Associatian 3, 4. Bowne Philosophical
Society 3, 4. Meistersingers 2. Greenbook l.
Way: Of the Christian Leader. Proposed
Route: "To set the cause above renown,
To love the game beyond the prize."
Landmarks: "Moose," Car-shiner to pres-
ident. "Cooperation!" High-hat quartet
man. Beaming smile. Paving Stones: Op-
eration Steinway. Operation Campus
Delta I, 2, 3, 4. Biology Association 2, 3, 4, Vice
President 3. Evangelistic Association 3, Hospital Choir
Director 3. Student Ministerial Association 4. A Cap-
pella Choir 2, 3, 4, President 3. Quartet 2, 3. Band
2, 3. Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. Football I, 2, 3, 4. Base-
ball I, 2, 3, 4. Greenbook I. Nautilus 3. W.E.N.C. 2.
Debate 3. Who's Who 4. Freshman Scholarship I.
Student Council President 4.
ALICE JEAN CLARK
B.S. Elementary Education
Way: Singing. Proposed Route: "Ot all
the airts the wind can blow I dearly love
the west." Landmarks: "A. J." "Her sunny
locks hang on her temples like a golden
fleece." Letter lNl well earned. Paving
Stones: Fun. Cheers. Dining hall steady.
Faithful in absentia.
Delta I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4. Cheerleading 3, 4,
all-star 3, 4. Psychology Club I. Future Teachers of
America 4, President 4. Evangelistic Association I, 2.
A Cappella Choir 3, 4. Meistersingers I, 2. Basket-
ball I, 2, 3, 4, all-star basketball 3, 4. Volleyball
I, 2, 3, 4. "N" Club 3, 4. Campus Camera 4. House
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B.S. Elementary Education
Way: Sunny. Proposed Route: "All the
way to heaven she makes a summer's
day." Landmarks: Happy iokes. Parties.
Missions. Posters. Paving Stones: "As
sugar, making the hard way sweet and
Kappa I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2. Fine Arts Club 2.
Psychology Club 4. Future Teachers of America I.
Evangelistic Association I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3.
Prospective Missionary Society I, 2. Student Mission-
ary Society I, 2, 3, 4. Boston Chapel 3, 4. Volleyball
I. Cheerleading I. Nautilus 2. House Council 3,
Secretary-Treasurer 3. Washington-Philadelphia
Scholarship I. Student Council Vice President 4.
Some brave seniors decide to try out the ski
A.B. Social Science
Way: Trustworthy. Proposed Route:
"Heading for the stars." Landmarks:
"The law of truth in his tongue." No cheap
religion. Clear eyes-calm spirit. Paving
Stones: Evangelistic Association steerer.
Zeta I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. Evangelistic Association
I, 2, 3, 4, President 4. Student Ministerial Association
4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. Meistersingers 2, 3, Pres-
A.B. Biblical Literature
Way: Of Goodness. Proposed Route:
"The force of his own merit makes his
way." Landmarks: The gavel. The reins
of government. That good girl. Paving
Stones: An upward climb. The newest
Immortals brought safely through.
Sigma I, 2, 3, 4. Bowne Philosophical Society 3, 4.
Evangelistic Association I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2. Pros-
pective Missionary Society I, 2, 3, Vice President 2.
Student Ministerial Association 3, 4, President 3.
Football 3. Baseball I, 2. Junior Class Chaplain 3.
Senior Class President 4.
A.B. Biblical Literature
Way: Independent-Orthodox. Proposed
Route: "Walk not on the main-traveled
roads." Landmarks: The reverent "Why,"
"Good man and true." Glutton for Bible
courses. Paving Stones: "Speaks plain
and to the purpose."
Zeta I, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association I, 2, 3. Foot-
ball I, 2, 4.
Way: Of Self-Reliance. Proposed Route:
"Every path has a puddle, I see stars in
mine." Landmarks: South to North. Type-
writers, ledgers, and differential equa-
tions. Positive speech. Paving Stones:
Dorm morale. "My church."
Sigma 3, 4, Secretary 4. Future Teachers of America
3, 4, President 3. Basketball 3. House Council 3,
President 4. Queens College I, 2. John F. Danker
Way: The Right. Proposed Route: "He
keeps the noiseless tenor of his way."
landmarks: Quiet mind of his own. Seri-
ous face-deceptive? One of E.N.C.
tenors. Paving Stones: "Every Why lts
Wherefore." Summer quartets.
Kappa l, 2, 3, 4. Bowne Philosophical Society 3, 4.
Evangelistic Association l, 2, 3. Prospective Mission-
ary Society l. Student Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4.
Q galppella Choir 4. Mesitersingers 2. Quartet
Way: Of Excellence Well-Earned. Pro-
posed Route: Choosing the best. Land-
marks: Bird-bright eyes. Biology note-
books. High Q.P. Third floor. Practical
planning. Paving Stones: Standards
maintained. No lapses.
Sigma l, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 2. Chemistry Club 2.
Biology Association 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3.
Future Teachers of America 3, 4. N.Y.P.S. Vice
President 3. Meistersingers l, 2. Greenbook l.
Nautilus 2, 3. Who's Who 4. Honor Society 2, 3, 4.
Freshman Scholdrship l. Pittsburg District Scholarship
l, 2, 3. Faculty Scholarship 2. Sophomore Class
Secretary 2. Junior Class Secretary 3.
Way: Lighthearted Seriousness. Proposed
Route: "Current of fresh ideas." land-
marks: "Up! Up! my friend and quit your
books." Infinite humor. From free lance to
near wedlock. Paving Stones: His merry
heart doeth good like a medicine.
Zeta l, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club l. Astronomy Club
2. Spanish Club 3. Historical Association 3. Future
Teachers of America l, 2. Biology Association 4,
Chaplain 4. Chemistry Association 4. Evangelistic
Association l. Student Ministerial Association 3, 4.
Band 2. Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. Football l, 2, 3, 4.
Baseball l, 2, 3, 4. Nautilus 2, 4. Campus Camera
2, 4. W.E.N.C. 2.
Way: Of Cheerful Godliness. Proposed
Route: "Ever the trail held true." Land-
marks: Good loser-and finder. Sober
face-a smile that gathers and overflows.
"My Mary Ellen." Paving Stones: Good
Zeta l, 2, 3, 4, President 4. Bowne Philosophical
Society 4. Evangelistic Association l, 2, 3. Student
Ministerial Association 4. Quartet 2, 3. Band 3.
Way: Ministerial. Proposed Route:
"Herein the only royal road to fame and
fortune lies: Put not your trust in vinegar-
molasses catches flies!" Landmarks: Easy
speech. Poise. Confidence. Famous Philos-
ophy thesis. Paving Stones: Christian
activity. "Faith of Our Fathers."
Sigma l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2. Spanish Club l, 2.
Historical Association 3. Evangelistic Association l,
2, 3. Student Ministerial Association 3, 4. N.Y.P.S.
Council 2, 3, President 3. A Cappella Choir 3, 4.
Quartet 2. Baseball l, 2, 3. Greenbook l. Nautilus
3, 4. Who's Who 4. S. C. Representative 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 3, 4. Freshman Class President l. Soph-
omore Class Chaplain 2. Senior Class Chaplain 4.
A.B. Biblical Literature
Way: Straightforward. Proposed Route:
"Paths can't be made without feet."
Landmarks: Teasing humor. Flashes from
flint. Merry eyes, serious work. Paving
Stones: Duxbury Church "Labor Omnia
Zeta l, 2, 3, 4.
B.S. Elementary Education
Way: Of the "Heart Untaintedf' Pro-
posed Route: "Silence, the perfectest
herald of ioy." Landmarks: Golden
curls. Bird voice. Prayer-meeting faithful.
Paving Stones: A good name worn well.
Sigma l, 2, 3, 4. Biology Association 2, 3. Evange-
listic Association 'l, 2, 3, 4. A Cappella Choir l, 4.
Meistersingers 3. House Council 2.
The Gerys and the Quanstroms enioy one of
the fabulous meals that the lodge provided.
A.B. Social Science
Way: Of Honor Undeviating. Proposed
Route: "You cannot be lost on a straight
road." Landmarks: Vacuum cleaner in
registrar's office. Education in the blood-
collegiate family. Sterling character. Pav-
ing Stones: Goal unforgotten. Practice
teacher summa cum laude.
Zeta l, 2, 3, 4. S. C. Representative 4. Future Teach-
ers of America 3, 4. Evangelistic Association l, 2.
Football 3, 4. Baseball l, 2, 3, 4.
A.B. Biology, History
Way: Original-His Own. Proposed
Route: "Every road leads in two direc-
tions." Landmarks: Ten talents, two ma-
iors-almost. Restless ambition. Something
doing. Wit skirmishes. Time to spare. Pav-
ing Stones: Keeping things lively. Sports
Kappa l, 2, 3, 4, President 4. Speech Club l.
Spanish Club 2, Treasurer 2. Biology Association
3, 4. Historical Association 3, 4. Future Teachers of
America 2, 3. Student Ministerial Association 3, 4.
Quartet 3. Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. Football l, 2, 3, 4,
All Star Football I. Baseball l, 2, 3, 4. "N" Club
2, 3, 4. Greenbook I. Nautilus 4, S. C. Represent-
ative 4. Campus Camera 4.
Way: To Truth. Proposed Route: "Built in
such a logical way." Landmarks: Philos-
ophy club. Questions and answers. Greek!
"A great man-nobody can read his
writing." Paving Stones: High standards.
Sturdy character. "The Meaning of
Kappa I, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, S. C. Representative
2. Biology Association 2. Bowne Philosophical Society
4. Evangelistic Association 2. N.Y.P.S. President 3.
Basketball 3. Football l. "N" Club 2. Freshman
Scholarship I. New York District Scholarship 2.
Freshman Class Chaplain l.
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Way: Retiring. Proposed Route: "Pa-
tience finds the way." Landmarks: Chem
Lab permanent. Petite dynamo wife.
Paving Stones: "Men of few words are
best." The courage of faith.
sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. chemistry club 1, 2, 3, 4, President
3. Evangelistic Association l, 2. Basketball l, 4.
Football l, 2. Baseball l, 2, 3, 4. Greenbook I.
Way: Of Active Consecration. Proposed
Route: Valiant-for-Truth. "Better the world
with a blow in the teeth of a wrong."
Landmarks: The chapel and the forum.
Worship and debate. Understanding wife.
Paving Stones: Practical thinking. Philos-
JEAN MERRIMAN JOHNSON
B.S. Elementary Education
Way: Of Charm and Good lmpulses.
Proposed Route: "Being royal, took her
own way"-yielded. Landmarks: Blonde.
Preferred seat in chapel. Trays expertly
balanced. Quick speech. Long lonely se-
mester. Paving Stones: Friendly frank-
ness. "My boy friend."
Kappa l, 2, 3, 4. Fine Arts Club l. Psychology Club
3, 4. Future Teachers of America 3, 4. A Cappella
Choir 2, 3. Basketball 3. Volleyball 4. House Council
Way: Pleasantly Secret. Proposed Route:
Career woman domestic. Landmarks:
Dean's List-Chemistry queen. "My books
obedient to my hand." Paving Stones:
Scholarship challenge. Tranquil strength.
Delta l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. Psychology Club l.
Chemistry Association 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. Evange-
listic Association l, 2, 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 4.
Meistersingers l, 3. Trio 4. Basketball 2. Volleyball
2 Campus Camera 3 Freshman Scholarshi l
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Way: Of Muscular Christianity. Proposed
Route: "Strong and content, I travel the
open road." Landmarks: "A merry road,
a mazy road." Then Sue. Gentleman's
grades. Paving Stones: Marriage rec-
ommended. Lady from the South. Teen-
Kappa I, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4. Future
Teachers of America 3. Evangelistic Association 3, 4,
Hospital Choir Director 4. Student Ministerial Asso-
ciation 3, 4, Hi-N-Y Leader 4. Quartet 3. Basketball
I, 2, 3, 4. Football I, 2, 3, 4. Baseball I, 2, 3, 4.
"N" Club 2, 3, 4. Nautilus I, 4, Sports Editor 4.
Campus Camera 3, 4, Sports Editor 3.
Way: Hearty. Proposed Route: "I would
double my Iife's space, He that runs well
runs twice his race." Landmarks: Broad
smile. G. I. interlude. One of these hus-
bands-of good cooks. Paving Stones:
Balance for living and giving.
Zeta I, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association I. A Cappella
Choir I. Band I.
Way: The Long, Hard Way of Chemistry.
Proposed Route: "What was but a path
shall now become a highroad." Land-
marks: Boyish grin. Good heart. Har-
mony-minded. "Dick" and "Ann." Paving
Stones: Sockets and light-fixtures. Tra-
dition of sound work.
Sigma I, 2, 3, 4. Chemistry Club I, 2, 3, 4. Audio
Visual Aids Club 4, Vice President 4. Evangelistic
Association I. W.E.N.C. 3, 4.
Way: The Rough Places Plain. Proposed
Route: "Path hewn out of the Rock, the
living rock of God's eternal word." Land-
marks: Big brother. Father heart. Tests
passed and hurdles taken. Paving
Stones: "Patient continuance in well-
Zeta I, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association I, 2.
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Way: Skill-Built. Proposed Route: "The
best way out is always through." Land-
marks: Shrewd wit in unexpected flashes.
Father's son. Five-year plan. Paving
Stones: Master-carpenter. "New look" in
Zeta l, 2, 3, 4. Chemistry Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres-
Shirley gets ready for the shot while Roy
B.S. Elementary Education
Way: Of Simplicity. Proposed Route:
"The young ask much of life-they ask
but this, To fare the road together to its
end." Landmarks: "lf you love me as I
love you-." Little girl. N-Club. Paving
Stones: Sincere testimonies. Living for
Sigma l, 2, 3, 4. Future Teachers of America 4, Vice
President 4. Evangelistic Association l, 2, 3, 4. Pros-
pective Missionary Society l, 2, 3, 4. Student Mis-
sionary Society, Secretary 2, Vice President 4. Bas-
ketball l, 2, 3, 4. Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4. "N" Club
2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice President 4. Greenbook l.
House Council 2. Freshman Class Vice President l.
B.S. Elementary Education
Way: Of Modesty. Proposed Route:
Paths of peace. Landmarks: Dark curls.
Blushes. Basketball. Red pencil. Paving
Stones: Faithful work-on time!
Delta l, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 3.
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Way: Of Responsibility. Proposed Route:
Highway of holiness. Landmarks: Station
wagon. Mail bag. Family tradition-tops!
Those MacPhersons! Paving Stones: Mr.
Sigma l, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3. Bowne Philosophical
Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2. Psychology Club 2.
Evangelistic Association l, 2, 3. Student Ministerial
Association 2, 3, 4. Quartet 2, 3. Albany District
Scholarship 3. Senior Class Treasurer 4.
Way: Of Good Nature. Proposed Route:
"The time to be happy is now, the place
to be happy is here, the way to be happy
is to make others so." landmarks: Smile
and good hopes. "Eyes still dazzled by
the ways of God." Paving Stones: Evan-
gelistic zeal. Optimism.
Kappa 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 2. Band 2.
A.B. Social Science
Way: Of Faith. Proposed Route: "Forth
to the wilderness the chosen start, content
with ruin, having but the Word." land-
marks: Global-minded. Trusting God's
timing. Paving Stones: Missionary talks.
Heaven in his face.
Delta l, 2, 3, 4.
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Way: Cheery. Whole-Souled. Proposed
Route: "Play up! and play the game."
Landmarks: Scot. Wesleyan Presbyte-
rian. Friendly greeting. Religion in daily
lite. Paving Stones: Captured by Christ.
Kappa l, 2, 3, 4.
Way: Of Concentrated Energy. Proposed
Route: "The skyline is a promise, not a
bound." Landmarks: "E.N.C. Queen."
Debate laurels. Obligations met. Scholar-
ship steady. Paving Stones: Revivals,
debates, Sigma travelog, etc., etc., etc.
Sigma l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4. Speech Club l.
Literature Club 4. Evangelistic Association 3. Student
Ministerial Association 3, 4. N.Y.P.S. Council 3, Pres-
ident 4. Meistersingers 3. Basketball l, 2, 3. Volley-
ball l, 2, 3, 4. "N" Club 4. Greenbook l. Nautilus 3.
Campus Camera 3, 4. Debate l, 2, 3, 4. Who's Who
4. Honor Society 4. S. C. Representative 2, 3, Sec-
retary 3. Akron District Scholarship 1, 3. Christian
Service Scholarship 2.
A.B. Elementary Education
Way: Matter-of-Fact. Proposed Route:
"Though pleased to see the dolphins play,
l mind my compass and my way." Land-
marks: Her car. Her sufifusing smile.
Attention to business. Paving Stones:
Zeta 2, 3, 4. Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4.
Evangelistic Association 2, 3, 4. Missionary Society
2, 3, 4. Indiana State Teachers College l.
Way: Committed. Proposed Route:
"Those who walk with Him from day to
day can never have a solitary way."
Landmarks: Border visa troubles. Suki-
yaki suppers. Grave cheer-thoughtful
laughter. Paving Stones: Keen thinking.
Mission awaiting. Far East educator.
Sigma 2, 3, 4. Bowne Philosophical Society 2, 3, 4,
Vice President 4. Evangelistic Association 2, 3, 4.
Prospective Missionary Society 2, 3, 4. Student
Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer
3. A Cappella Choir 2, 3. Bible Agricultural School
Japan, l, 2, 3.
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Way: Of Trust and Trying. Proposed
Route: "Books are paths that upward
lead." Landmarks: Dignity with a twinkle.
Watching his points. "Never takes No for
an answerf' Paving Stones: Ambition for
good. Study habits.
Zeta l, 2, 3, 4. Bowne Philosophical Society l, 2, 3,
4. Biology Association 2, 4. Evangelistic Association
l, 2, 3, 4. Student Ministerial Association 3, 4.
Meistersingers l, 2. Band l, 2, 3. Track 2, 3. Scholar-
ships 2, 3.
Way: Of Achievement. Proposed Route:
"A broad and ample road, whose dust is
gold, and pavement stars." Landmarks:
"Long, long thoughts." "Many inventions."
Patriot-Ledger correspondent. "Sandy."
Paving Stones: A new Nautilus. SOS
Camera. Audience with Princes.
Sigma l, 2, 3, 4, President 4. S. C. Representative 4.
Speech Club l. Historical Association 3, President 3.
Evangelistic Association l, 2. Student Ministerial
Association 4. Basketball l, 4. Football l, 4. Baseball
l, 4. Greenbook l, Associate Editor l. Campus
Camera l, 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor l, Editor 4.
Nautilus l, 2, 3, Associate Editor 2, Editor 3. W.E.N.C.
2. Debate 2, 3, 4. Who's Who 4.
Way: The More Excellent. Proposed
Route: "Those about her from her shall
read the perfect ways of honour." Land-
marks: Class offices. Girl historian. Stand-
ards of dress and conduct. Serious smile.
"A garden in her face." Paving Stones:
Zeta l, 2, 3,4. Spanish Club 2. Historical Association
3, Secretary 3. Future Teachers of America 2. Evan-
gelistic Association l. Meistersingers 2. Volleyball 2.
Greenbook l. Nautilus 4, Associate Editor 4. Campus
Camera 4. House Council 2. Who's Who 4. Junior
Class Vice President 3.
B.S. Nursing Science
Way: Of Uncommon Common Sense. Pro-
posed Route: "To smooth the rough and
thorny way where other feet begin to
tread." Landmarks: Wise chuckle. Florida
flavor. Nursing arts. Psych of Adiustment.
Paving Stones: Lit conquest. Unselfish
Kappa 3, 4. Psychology Club 4. Evangelistic Asso-
ciation 3, 4. Student Missionary Society 3, 4. Band
4. College Nurse 4. Trevecca I. Jackson Memorial
Hospital School of Nursing l, 2, 3.
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Way: Of the Scholar. Proposed Route:
"Sailing uncharted seas." Landmarks:
High intelligence. Packed schedule-top-
level performance. "Nancy Lee." Nurses
preferred. Epistemology. Paving Stones:
Philosopher's stone. Consecrated intellect.
Delta l, 2, 3. Bowne Philosophical Society 3. Evange-
listic Association l, 2, ,.3. Student Ministerial Asso-
ciation l, 2, 3.
Way: Road of High Renown. Proposed
Route: "The best and only way of manag-
ing this complicated world." Landmarks:
High-powered. Pen of a ready writer.
"Wouldst thou be nothing? Then, my son,
be a conservative." Paving Stones: The
Nautilus. First undergrad grant.
Zeta l, 2, 3, 4. Speech Club l, 2. Historical Asso-
ciation 3. Evangelistic Association l, 2, 3. Student
Ministerial Association 4. Meistersingers l, 2. Quartet
3. Band 2, 3. Greenbook l. Nautilus 3, 4, Editor 4.
Campus Camera 2, 3, 4, S. C. Representative 4.
W.E.N.C. 2. Debate 4. Honor Society 4. Freshman
Scholarship T. Undergraduate Research Stipend 4.
Way: Of the Lover of Nature and Teacher
of Good. Proposed Route: "Tongues in
trees, books in the running brooks." Land-
marks: "One Girl." Biology Lab. Still a
trailblazer. Paving Stones: Babcock
aide. En route for a college chair.
Sigma l, 2, 3, 4. Biology Association l, 2, 3, 4,
President 4. Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2.
Astronomy Club 2. Future Teachers of America 4,
Treasurer 4. Meistersingers l, 2. Basketball l, 4.
Baseball l. New England District Scholarship 3.
Department of Biology Scholarship 4.
"Deadeye" Young can not miss.
Way: Practical Expedient. Proposed
Route: The friendly man's. Landmarks:
Open face-winning smile-agreeable
ways. Football all-star. Junior-Senior ban-
quet. Paving Stones: Basket thrower.
Delta l, 2, 3, 4. Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, All Star Basket-
ball l, 2, 3, 4. Football l, 2, 3, 4. "N" Club l, 2, 3,
4. Junior Class President 3.
Way: Endless Road to the Top. Proposed
Route: "Hitch your wagon to a star, Keep
your seat, and there you are." Land-
marks: Organic Chemistry et al. Married.
Dignity with responsibility. Paving Stones:
Quality service. John Hopkins scholar. The
best for God.
Delta l, 2, 3, 4. Chemistry Club l, 2, 3, 4, President
2, Vice President 3. Debate 2. Honor Society 2.
Akron District Scholarship 2.
Way: "PiIgrim's Way." Proposed Route:
A Ministry of Music. Landmarks: Rolling
drums, pealing organ. Grandfather
preacher heritage, mother music heritage.
Interruption, and a valiant fight. Paving
Stones: A gift invested for the Kingdom.
Sigma 2, 3, 4. A Cappella Choir Director 2.
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The skiers climb up for another try.
Way: Ot Melody and Song. Proposed
Route: Lover's Lane. Landmarks: "She
hath a way, Nan hath a way-To be her-
self Nan hath a way." High E solos. Pav-
ing Stones: A consecrated voice. Type-
Sigma l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3. Speech Club l.
Chemistry Club l, 2, 3, 4. Biology Association 4. A
Cappella Choir l, 2, 3. Volleyball T, 2, 3, 4. Green-
book l. Nautilus 3. Campus Camera 3. W.E.N.C. 2.
B.S. Elementary Education
Way: Ot Quiet Competence. Proposed
Route: "Manners are the happy ways of
doing things." Landmarks: Mistress of
many situations. The magic touch. Un-
trumpeted filling of gaps. Gracious. Pav-
ing Stones: Fidelis. Parsonage Queen
Sigma l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading l, 2, 3, 4. Captain
of All Star Cheerleaders 4. Sigma Secretary 2.
Speech Club l, 2, 4. Literature Club 3, 4. Future
Teachers of America 3, 4, Secretary 4. Meister-
singers 2. Basketball l, 2. Volleyball l, 2, 3. Green-
book l. Nautilus 3, 4. Alumni Scholarship 3. Senior
Class Secretary 4.
B.S. Business Administration
Way: Business Woman's. Proposed
Route: "Figures don't lie." Landmarks:
Q.P. calculated par excellence. Punctual.
Slightly sceptical? Paving Stones: Cheer
to Business Ad prof and Registrar.
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l, 2. Volleyball l, 2. Greenbook l. Nautilus 2.
Way: Ot the fixed Heart. Proposed
Route: "Lord of the upward path, my
will be Thine, Where Thou has set Thy foot,'
may I place mine." Landmarks: "Carlie."
"His face the map of goodness." Paving
Stones: Earnest prayers. "Allured to
brighter worlds, and led the way."
Delta l, 2, 3, 4, President 4. Bowne Philosophical
Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. Student Ministerial Asso-
ciation 2, 3, 4. N.Y.P.S. Council 2. Student Missionary
Society Council 2. Basketball l, 2. Football l. Base-
ball l, 2. W.E.N.C. T. S. C. Representative l.
Way: "Lover of all beauty, Treads the
ways of duty." Proposed Route: "A road
that is an ordered road, like a nun's eve-
ning prayer." Landmarks: "As unto the
bow the cord is-." Silence is golden.
Lighting smile. Paving Stones: "All life is
music, it's only a question of hearing it."
Delta I, 2, 3, 4. Scholarship I.
Way: Legal? Different. Proposed Route:
"The beaten path grows no grass." Land-
marks: "Bud." Good brain capital. Re-
serves, yet to be invested. Everybody's
favorite. "Nice sharp quillets of the law."
Paving Stones: Winning personality.
"Leisure to make good."
Sigma I, 2, 3, 4, S. C. Representative 3. Speech
Club I, 2, 3. Literature Club 4. Evangelistic Asso-
ciation l. Quartet 2. Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, All Star
Basketball 3. Football I, 2. Baseball I. Washington-
Philadelphia Scholarship 2.
Way: Resolute. Proposed Route: "No
road so level as to have no rough places."
Landmarks: "Benedick the married man"
-and Dad. North-of-Boston daily drive.
Paving Stones: "Upright as the cedar."
A breeze of cheer.
Delta I, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association I, 2. Stu-
dent Ministerial Association I, 2.
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Way: Of the Just. Proposed Route: "l'II
find a way, or make one!" Landmarks:
Gear works. Family man. Christian in shop Q
and class. Paving Stones: Integrity. Alertl
mind. The impossible achieved. :
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Way: The Writer's. Unconventional. Pro-
posed Route: "Best of all I love a route
' that leads to God knows where." Land-
l marks: A's with no notes. Twinkling eye.
l "Concise." Winter sports. "Oh, well."
l' Paving Stones: Literary critic. Thinking
for oneself. Inner peace.
4 Kappa T, 2, 3, 4. Las Estrellas T, 2, 3. Literature-
Speech Club 4, President 4. Evangelistic Association
l, 2, 3. Meistersingers 3, 4. Greenbook l. Nautilus
4. Campus Camera 2, 3, Editor 3. Freshman Scholar-
I ship l.
Dave Grosse uses his camera to capture the
A.B. Biblical Literature
Way: Of the Gospelwright. Proposed
Route: "The straight path of conscience."
Landmarks: Skillful hands. Stout heart.
Thoughtful of others. Paving Stones:
Perseverance. "lt's dogged as does it."
Sigma l, 2, 3, 4. Bowne Philosophical Society 3.
Psychology Club 2. Evangelistic Association l, 2, 3.
Prospective Missionary Society T, 2. Student Minis-
terial Association l, 2. Baseball 2, 4.
Way: Collegiate. Thoroughbred. Pro-
posed Route: "The strength a man has
he should use." Landmarks: Nicknames
outgrown. On his own. Personality plus.
Growing vision. Paving Stones: Varsity
ace. Business acumen. Choice for God.
Delta l, 2, 3, 4. Student Council Treasurer 2. Basket-
ball l, 2, 3, 4. Football l, 2, 3, 4. Baseball l, 2, 3, 4.
"N" Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4. Nautilus 3, 4, Assistant
Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4. S. C.
Representative 2. Junior Class Treasurer 3.
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Way: Sturdy Christian. Proposed Route:
"Sidetracks are rough, and they're hard
to walk,Keep in the middle ofthe road."
Landmarks: South Shore commuter.
Brockton Baptist. Cheerful co-operation.
Paving Stones: Strength of purpose.
To the glory of God.
WHO S WHO
Each year a committee of students and fac-
ulty members chooses seven students to rep-
resent Eastern Nazarene College in Who's
Who Among Students in American Univer-
sities and Colleges. Those chosen this year
are considered outstanding in academic and
COUNCIL. W. Chambers, President, William Kelvington, Chaplain, Ronald Mickel, Student Council Representative, Doris
Brown, Secretary, Professor Timothy L. Smith, Faculty Advisor, Joan Stetson, Vice President, Doris Biggs, Treasurer.
We remember the many activities which made our iunior
year at college the best one yet.
The Thanksgiving Day chapel was our special opportu-
nity as a class to present a program which would be enter-
taining and devotional. The night we welcomed the seniors
back from their trip to New Hampshire, the Junior-Senior
banquet, and our parts in Commencement highlighted our
relations with the "high and mighty" seniors.
We enjoyed our outings and especially the evening at
Prof. Smith's house. Through our class meetings we learned
more about the running of an organization. Through our
prayer meetings we met God as a class as well as individuals.
Class President Wes Chambers gives a short talk.
The Juniors singing a Thanksgiving hymn during their Thanksgiving Program. The
motto for the chapel is "Now thank we all our God."
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William Henderson Davis, Jr., a ministerial student in Eastern Nazarene College, died
October 29, I955 after a long illness.
The epitome of courage and faith, Bill bore a strong testimony to the last. His last
witness was given about two months before his death, at a prayer meeting in his home
church, Manchester, Conn., when he said: "I began to live in heaven the night Jesus saved
my soul. Life for me began then and will last through eternity. I praise my Lord for His
boundless love and I know that my future is secure in Him. Praise His name."
Bill was born in Bloomsburg, Pa., the only son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Davis. He had
lived in Manchester about I8 years. He was graduated by Manchester High School in
the class of I948, and then attended the University of Connecticut as a student in engi-
neering. Following his conversion, he enrolled at Eastern Nazarene College to prepare
for the ministry, where he was greatly loved and respected as an admirable person and
The church of the Nazarene in Manchester, which he loved and served so faithfully,
named its youth building for him. Bill had served as chairman of the building fund com-
mittee. His faith was a source of inspiration to all who knew him. Members of his church
said that the influence of his life and the courage which characterized his death were
felt throughout the church and community.
Prof. and Mrs. Gery take time out from chap-
eroning to do some skiing.
To the tune of "The Yellow Rose of Texas."
At five one frosty morning,
We tumbled out of bed,
And all dressed up like Eskimos
Our boots they felt like lead,
We headed for the dugout
Where Henry, Em, and Sam
Were busy making breakfast
For all the hungry clan.
At six we left the campus
On a brand new bus we flew
To Woodbound inn, a lake resort
Just eighty miles from school.
Tobogganing was super,
The hills were mighty steep
And if you don't believe it-
Just look at Gail's front teeth.
Esther and Bev. Blaisdell
Were first to try the ice,
And Gery's kept us all straight
With parently advice.
The skiing was terrific,
John Cramer was the star:
Crew, Grosse, and Betty Nelson
Were also up to par.
Adams, Morehead, Schlosser
Were piled on sleds six high,
Guess who was on the bottom,
Fox, Young, and little Tye.
None were more game than Betty
To try the sleds or skiis:
And Parker with his topcoat,
Came down the hill with ease.
Emily made room checks,
Old Moose lost all his clothes:
Bev's head hit on the bus top,
MacNeil fell on her nose.
.lohn Mori with his camera
Snapped Bob Crew's big bear hugs,
Behind a tree MacPherson,
Hid from a skiing thug.
At night the weary seniors,
Sat down to play some Rook:
The sharks were Shields and Boshart,
Roy Quanstrom was the crook.
While Dot and Paul watched T V,
And Sam and Phyl the same:
Emerson sat by A. J.
The party wasn't tame.
They had a little playbarn
Where shuffle board was played:
The Penny's played the Fox's,
The Penny's had it made.
And Bigelow the pool shark,
With Flick the lady star:
Did their best to make the rest
Misque their only par.
So, from this song you'll gather
Our class had lots of fun,
But now the trip is over,
And classes have begun.
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The ski instructor expounds upon
the primary points of the sport.
Joe Andrews and Paul German clown It up
during NAUTILUS Talent Night.
Sophomore girls taking care of
some Frosh for initiation.
Merritt Mann and Ralph Parry take another luckless
freshman out into the night.
We started the year by giving the freshmen a rousing welcome. More fun . . .
We enioyed several activities as a class this year. Outstanding among them was our
skating party at the Blue Hills and the Sophomore outing held at Babcock's Lodge at
Ponkapog Park. Prof. Babcock acted as chef and we all had a tremendous time.
Under Dick Shubert, our President, and Ronnie Calhoun, our chaplain, we enioyed a
good year scholastically, socially, and spiritually.
Now we are upperclassmen and look foreward to the next two years as the best and
most profitable of our college career.
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Chambers, student council representative, Hubert Mickel, treasurer, Dorothie Crispell, secretary, Professor Mel-
Thomas Rothwell, faculty advisor.
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Joyce Strang and Beth Loveless acting
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with his shoes off.
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lowly freshman are herded unto Iune for unspectuon by the sophs.
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guys get their instructions.
Dave Burley gets a fake roughing up.
Arlene Grey and Janet Sipes are directed by
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Dave Poole and Dave Hutchinson display
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COUNCIL. Professor Jasper R. Naylor, Faculty Advisor, Fred Boden,
Chaplain, David Poole, Vice President, Sylvia Wayman, Secretary.
Our first year at college-it was different, to say the least. Dorm lite,
living away from home, college classes such as Western Civ. and Rhet-
oric, classmates, all helped to provide one of the most interesting years
in our lives.
We remember the class outings to the Blue Hills and with the Sopho-
mores. The class meetings, prayer meetings, and class duties such as
raising the flag every morning and welcoming the caravans provided
us with instruction and practice.
We never quite got over Freshman Day when the Sophomores "hum-
bled" us. Clean-up cletails, outlandish costumes, singing the "Alma Ma-
ter" for anyone who asked were really fun although we did not admit it
to our superiors.
Treasurer, James Jones, President, Arthur Roebuck,
L Altic J. Anderson R. Bombling
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For several years Eastern Nazarene College has been in-
creasingly aware of the need for a two-year program of
terminal studies which would provide high school graduates
with an education more immediately practical than the full
four year college program and yet include the cultural and
spiritual opportunities which the college program offers. To
meet this need Eastern Nazarene College has inaugurated
the School of Practical Arts and Letters. The PAL course, as it
is known, stresses those subjects and skills which may help
directly in the pursuit of a livelihood and the development
of Christian service.
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ARTS AND LETTERS
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FRONT: J. Dreifort, K. Alcorn. Second: M. Boardman, L. Patterson, L. Hall, editor, R. Merriner, B. Bedell. Third:
P. Schwartz, E. Mellinger, D. Frye, B. Ellwoad, M. Hunter. Fourth: N. Hoslett, E. Sims, J. Zurcher, J. Emerson,
A. Roebuck, S. Bowers.
Every year the freshman class produces the Greenbook which is a com-
posite of outstanding freshman themes. ln it every phase of E. N. C. life
is covered. It also contains pictures, special features, public opinion polls,
and other items of interest to give us a permanent record of our fresh-
Under the able leadership of Lowell Hall, editor-in-chief, and Prof.
Spangenberg, our faculty advisor, we have compiled our record, which
in the future will be our memory of the past.
Freshmen Sam Bowman, Warner Stanford, and Dove Burley entertain at the NAUTILUS
Freshmen are entreoted to ioin the Sigma society by President Dallas Mucci,
on top of the steps.
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The times of meditation and worship were central in our college life. We
remember the Sunday services, the revivals, the intimate prayer meetings,
and the chapel services which provided a break in the middle ot a busy
day. We remember the many opportunities for Christian service on campus
and in the community which made our RELIGIOUS LIFE fruitful as well as
TIMES OF MEDITATIUN
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Dr. J. Glenn Gould, Pastor.
This is your book of memories, and doubtless you will cherish it deeply.
There is a song which has become quite popular during recent months, en-
titled "Memories Are Made of This." lt is a lovely, nostalgic song, and it
points out that memories have a content. What are yours made of?
College memories are made up of adventures in learning, the discovery
of new and thrilling truth, the satisfaction that maturing years bring, friend-
ships that are deep and abiding. But E.N.C. memories have one ingredient
which gives tone and zest and a greatly enhanced worth to all the rest:
the memory of blessed and hallowed seasons of fellowship with Christ.
Perhaps it was a time of peculiar inspiration which came to you in solitude,
or in the company of a prayer group. Perhaps it was in a service of wor-
ship, where hitherto unseen vistas opened before the eyes of your soul, or
a revival service where your burdened prayer for some fellow-student was
graciously answered. Perhaps it was a moment when there came to you
from God a mighty accession of strength which made you under Him equal
to the burden given you to bear. These memories add meaning to the
whole flood which sweep over you as you turn these pages.
lt is my prayer that memories like these will continue to hallow your days
while life shall last.
J. GLENN GOULD
Rev. Floyd O. Fleming, Assistant Pastor.
The Wollaston Church ofthe Nazarene, which is the college
church, provides complete facilities for the spiritual life of
the campus. Although it serves the community as well as the
school the Wollaston church is considered the home church
to many ofthe students during their four years stay. Stu-
dents may become associate members of the church while
keeping their home-town memberships.
The regular church services, the Wednesday evening
prayer meetings, the Sunday School, and the several revivals
during the year all provide ample opportunities for spiritual
development and well being.
This year the Wollaston Church obtained an Assistant Pas-
tor, Rev. Floyd O. Fleming, in addition to its regular pastor,
Dr. J. Glenn Gould. Rev. Fleming makes it his job to minister
especially to the college students.
The choir at its regular Wednesday night practice. At the right is James Young the director of the choir and the Wollas-
ton Church's Minister of Music.
Seated J Ketner W Mullen, B. Wycoff, J. Cramer, president, D. Long. Standing: H. Cogswell, S. Henck, J.
I Sutton, S. Fretz, B. Merki.
ln order that our students have an exercised Christian faith, the
Evangelistic Association was organized to provide opportuni-
ties for soul-winning and experience in other types of religious
activities for the Kingdom. The Association attords a means for
Christian workers to effectively reach needy souls in many
areas that would be otherwise untouched by the gospel of
salvation and holiness. The Association has thus provided spir-
itual exercise for the Christian youth at E. N. C., becoming the
largest and most active organization on campus.
This year's program has provided five areas of service:
lll The Hospital Choir which sings in the Quincy Hospital
and four nursing homes each Sunday.
i2i Visitation groups which serve in four communities in-
cluding Wollaston, South Boston, Quincy Point, and
Holbrook. These visits are made chiefly in the interest
of building up the surrounding Nazarene churches.
i3l The Boston Nazarene Chapel which is not only dedi-
cated to the task of bringing the gospel of Jesus Christ
to men and women and boys and girls of Boston's
South End, but also in attempting to establish the first
Church of the Nazarene in Boston.
l4l Mission group workers who hold services in the various
missions of Boston, striving to bring Christ to many of
l5l The Army missile base of the 5l4th battalion, a new
area opened this year to minister to approximately
one hundred and fifty men who are without a chaplain.
We of the Evangelistic Association thus believe that "The
Fruit of the righteous is a tree of life, and he that winneth souls
is wise, and they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of
the firmament, and they that turn many to righteousness as the
stars for ever and ever."
E. N. C.
Jerrold Ketner Ileft, bottom rowl director of the choir leads a group on a Sunday after
noon. The choir visits nearby hospitals and nursing homes bringing cheer to the sick.
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Jeanette Morehead, president of the N. Y. P. S.
The aim of the Nazarene Young People's Society this year has
been to become a channel through which God could speak to
us students, and an avenue through which we could serve Him.
All students were given an opportunity to participate in their
own District service during the first semester. Second semester
the services were planned by groups like the professional
women's Sunday School class, the professors and their wives,
and the young married couples.
One of the greatest contributions of the society this year has
been in the administration of three courses: "Personal Evan-
gelism" for future laymen, "Practics" for future preachers, and
"The Queen of the Parsonage" for future preachers' wives.
This was a year of "firsts" for the N.Y.P.S. It was the first
year N.Y.P.S. services were held during the summer, the first
year the Wollaston N.Y.P.S. took an attendance banner at a
zone rally, the first year that bi-monthly singspirations were
sponsored, the first year that "student pastors" were appointed
on campus in coniunction with organization of the prayer
"cells," and the first year in which a Lamp Lighter's League was
Again this year the society sponsored the spring youth re-
vival. Reverend Kenneth Pearsall of Akron, Ohio, was the
special worker and presented messages of challenge and in-
spiration to us all.
God blessed the N.Y.P.S. this year with larger attendance,
bigger offerings, more activities, and a keener vision of the
society's purpose here on campus.
Barbara and Ray Bowman presenting a message in song while
Doug Peoples, the N. Y. P. S. song director, looks on.
Hubert Mickel at the piano.
Seated: D. Ames, L. Shumaker, W. Kelvington, H. Chambers, W. bertson, W. Ellison, D. Henry, B. Koehling, R. Larson, R. Crew, J.
Mullen, W. Chambers, D. Brumagin, A. Roebuck, W. Merki. Second: Ketner. Fourth: D. Mucci, D. Schnepf, K. Hardy, R. Merriner, F. Mac-
C. Pearce, G. Hutt, R. Mosgrove, W. Sever, H. Parker, G. Stover, Millan, C. Patnode, D. Herron, F. Wenger.
J. Fox, R. Soulia, M. Millbury. Third: L. Starnes, J. Carlson, L. Hy-
Seated: G. Brown, R. Calhoun, J. Cramer, N. Crouse, President, Green, R. Mickel, D. Long, J. Jones, G. Benelli, C. Poole, T. Kosty,
J. Morehead, M. Chapman, K. Keim, J. Fischmann, R. Everhart. C. Daniels, S. Fretz. Fourth: T. Fowler, A. Fernandez, F. Pratt, W.
Second: O. Mason, A. Everton, W. West, W. Gorman, L. Chilton, Woodbridge, D. Grosse, M. Hassell, D. McPherson, D. Campbell,
J. Mori, R. Scheidly, H. Stetson, E. Richardson, R. Parry. Third: D. R. Jarvis, W. Grace.
The Student Ministerial Association is composed of all those who have a
call to the Christian Ministry. The meetings of the association are for the
purpose of helping young men and women to be better prepared to
serve God and their fellow men.
Realizing the seriousness of their calling and the vast opportunities
that lie ahead, this year the association's aim has been to encourage
Faculty members and visiting ministers have brought challenging
messages and led discussions in which members participate.
Students entering chapel.
Dr. Mendall Taylor.
J. Sutherland Logan, evangelist.
STUDENT FOREIGN MISSIONARY FELLOWSHIP
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Seated: J. Rose, F. Pratt, J. Kehm, Prof. Hunting, B. Kelvington, president, S. Lynch, E. Bass. Second: P. Fleagal,
B. Nelson, R. Richetts, D. Biggs, P. Nash, J. Shinault, S. Sasao. Third: O. Mason, E. Cairns, J. Mori, T. Esselstyn,
W. Gorman, B. Merki. Fourth: R. Mickel, R. Jarvis, R. Bigelow, D. Long, A. Everton. Fifth: P. German, W. Mullen,
C. Gailey, H. Chambers.
The Student Foreign Mission Fellowship is a chapter of lnter-
Varsity Christian Fellowship, which is a national organization.
Membership in the society consists of active and associate
members. The active members are those who feel God's call
on their lives and are preparing to answer the call. The asso-
ciate members are those who promise to give missions its right-
ful place in their lives.
The purpose of the society is three-fold:
lil To spread the knowledge of the foreign mission field
to the students of this institution and thus helping them
to fulfill their obligation of making Christ known in all
of the world.
l2l To help Christian students to realize and carry out
their missionary responsibility, and to help students
who are praying about the missionary call to know
God's will for them.
l3l To promote the close association of Christian students
who are looking forward to foreign missionary service
through fellowship, prayer for missions, and active
This year we have been active in collecting, packing, and
sending used clothing to our missionaries. We have cooperated
with the local church missionary programs and offerings. This
year for the first time we sponsored three missionaries who
lectured in various classes so that the students might better
understand the work of the missionary. This we have done
"THAT THEY MIGHT KNOW HIM."
Pianist Patricia Gibson and Organist
Olive B. Marple.
SOLOISTS: Frank Harvey, tenor, Betty J. MacPherson, soprano,
9 Esther D. Williamson, contralto, Director of the Choir, James
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The parties, the noisy fun, the quiet times together all contributed to our days on campus. We
remember the programs, the dates we had, and the inevitable snacks in the Dugout. The fail
Sadie Hawkin's Party and the Spring Formal highlighted our SOCIAL LIFE at E. N. C.
NOISY FUN MID OIIIET
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Sarah Cleckner and Jeanette Morehead.
Coach Charles W. Akers.
Lowell H. Hall and Pershing Parker.
Ronald Mickel and Hazel Goodwin.
King and Queen of
the Mardi Gras
Our sidewalk cafe.
The Macbelhs, recreated
by Persh and Gladys
Could it really be music?
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Some girls have all the luck.
Man or beast?
lt's TWIRP WEEK, with girls running to and fro,
climbing in windows, hiding behind trees, borrow-
ing cars, securing small loans cmd finally cornering
some unfortunate male. Having once been sub-
dued most of the gentlemen quietly awaited their
fates. "Mean while, back at the ranch" lMunro Halll
the scavenger hunt was on. The girls begged, bor-
rowed and basted costumes for the Mardi Gras,
the climax of TWIRP WEEK. The excitement of New
Orleans came to our gym with multicolored stream-
ers, a sidewalk cafe and creole melodies. Can-
died apples, cider and popcorn were devoured
with drooling appetites.
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Who's the dummy, "Moose" or Bill?
Dick Shubert sings,
DeLysle and Carolyn give a
toast to the Gay Nineties.
I no can marry both of
them, so what l gonna do?
Officer Marino arrests Will
Grace for stealing an apple
A meeting of a student faculty ioint committee.
of Coming Events.
Professor Naylor, student council advisor.
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.lohn "Moose" Carlson, student council prexy.
The first meeting of the student council this year was
a dinner and conference at the home of President
Mann. After the evening's work was finished, Presi-
dent Mann remarked that he had never known a
student council that had gotten more accomplished
in ia single evening. This is significant of the accom-
plishments of the council. The council felt obligated
to be a sounding board for the students and to be
a more active force in helping to formulate the
rules and regulations affecting the student body.
Besides sponsoring the usual Fall, Christmas, and
Spring Parties, the council sponsored refreshments
after the weekly Singspiration, films of general
interest, and the piano concert given by Erno
Balogh. The council obtained many improvements
such as lights in the parking lots and a water cooler
in the gym. The members of the l955-56 Student
Council were as follows: Jay Bergers, graduate
students, John Carlson, president, Howard Cham-
bers, sophomore class, Phyllis Collins, vice-president,
David Grosse, Sigma society, Betty Harris, freshman
class, Henry Henderson, Zeta society, DeLysle
Henry, Nautilus staff, Richard Lehto, Delta society,
Ronald Mickel, junior class, Dallas Mucci, senior
class, Pershing Parker, Campus Camera staff, and
Richard Shubert, Kappa society.
Ronald Mickel, secretary, takes time out for some study.
David Grosse, treasurer, checks
Social Editor Delysle Henry plans lay-out assisted by S. Rogers, B. Bedell,
Editor In chief, Pershing Parker, prepares copy in order to meet deadline,
The NAUTILUS has brought you these MOMENTS
TO REMEMBER from the school year and from life
at E. N. C. At times the iob seemed dittiicult, but
after the deadlines were met the staff members
realized that they had actually enioyed doing the
book. The staff hopes that the i956 NAUTILUS
is even more interesting than you had anticipated.
J. Schlosser and N Borden prepare write ups for Sports Editors Gerald
l Ketner and Dave Benner
Business Manager, Gordon "Pee-Wee" Young, relaxes at his desk.
Faculty Editor, Willard Grace, and R, Metcalf, C. Riddle, and J. Morehead
discuss yearbook ideas.
Religious Editor, David Grosse, shows -fi-. .
plans to B. Hemmings and E. Gery. .,, ,
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M. Zitsmann, M. Boardman, and B. Loveless check prints with Photographer,
Photographer David Burley chats with Artist Albert Wqkefleld,
Class Editor, Beverly Ashline, instructs l.. Hybertson, D. Blachley, and D.
Barbara Hemmings is pleased with this week's edition.
Many willing hands.
Dallas Mucci gets inspiration for a new story.
To the students at E. N. C. and to their parents and friends at
home the Campus Camera is a bi-weekly report of past
activities, coming events, personal glimpses, and student
To the editor and staff members the college newspaper is
the product of varied tasks: planning, reporting, rewriting,
typing, and preparing layout and headlines. Through these
activities students gain practical experience in iournalism.
Sharing ideas and working cooperatively to produce a
newspaper which merits a high rating by the Associated
Collegiate Press and the approval of its readers, is a chal-
lenge to every stat? member.
Editor-in-chief: Barbara Hemmings was
editor until she was forced to resign due to
illness. A student vote elected Dallas
Mucci to be editor for the remainder of
the school year.
Business Manager: Dick Lehto. VV'
Staff: G. Aubrey, L. Hall, G. Ketner, M.
Boardman, J. Morehead, S. Cleckner, P.
Parker, D. Hutchinson, C. Riddle, R. Bige-
low, A. Clark, M. Moore, C. Galley, D. A x
Henry, M. Mann, P. North, D. Crispell, M. i 1
soshoff, B. Bedeu, B. Euwood, J. Little. l
Advisor: Prof. Spangenberg.
Business manager, Dick Lehto, checks his records.
Prof. Spangenberg, Advisor.
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Seated: R. Parry, W. Edwards, F. Wenger, J. Mori, A. Hesemeyer, F. Pratt, D. Campbell, R. Mickel, F. Boden. Second
row: W. Chambers, W. Sever, R. Cubie, G. Hutt, J. Fox, D. Mattmueller, R. Crew, H. Chambers, Professor Rothwell.
Third row: R. Jarvis, W. Kelvington, R. Speakman, W. Ellison, A. Fernandez, R. Burke, R. Myatt.
The Bowne Philosophical Society is organized for concentrated study in
philosophy and theology. The proiect of this year was the study of liberal-
ism. Guest speakers of various minorities presented their views on the sub-
ject and discussed them with the Christian's point of view of liberalism.
interest in the chemical field and fur-
thers the knowledge of this science by
visiting various laboratories such as the
Eastern Gas and Fuel Association, Mon-
santo Chemical Company, and the Esso
Refinery. There were several informa-
tive lectures sponsored by the associa-
Q tion this year.
Seated: C. Skillings, L. Loveless, N. Sanford, E. Bown, W. Whitehead, E. Patmore, R. Landers, H. Marr, S. Cleckner. Sec-
ond row: L. Burns, W. Stanford, R. Henck, A. Straw, L. Hall, E. Howard, J. Latford, W. Edwards, H. Mickel. Third row:
O. Mason, D. Hammer, A. Koury, W. Krutenat, R. Krutenat, D. Penney, D. Blachly, L. Driggs.
Seated: N. Borden, R. Swanke, S. Sasao, C. Gailey, Professor Knowles, J. Kehm, J. Bradley, B. Adams, B. Nelson. Second
row: M. Pyne, P. Nash, C. Burgess, J. Merriman, A. Snyder, D. McPherson, E. Mellinger, L. Good, Y. Burgess, S. Cleckner.
Third row: J. Scheer, J. Moran, B. Shields, C. Ward, M. Murphy, D. Crispell, G. Zeigler, B. Blaisdell, E. Johnson. Fourth
row: S. Fretz, E. Speakman, W. Edwards, R. Burke, J. Chavier, J. Jones, A. Rose, R. Parry. Fifth row: W. Merki, R. Cubie,
R. Speakman, D. Schnepf, J. Ketner, F. Boden.
The primary object of the Psychology Club is to arouse interest in Psychology
both in the department and the student body. Highlighting the year's fall
program was a tour ofthe State Hospital at Danvers where diagnoses and
various types of therapy were observed and studied first-hand. Films deal-
ing with Psychological problems of marriage and childhood were viewed
in the lecture hall, and speakers from various institutions in Boston were en-
ioyed by the club.
Seated: J. Kose, N. Mucci, A. Fernanaez, J. ueem, Protessor KO!hWell, B. Wycoff, C. Rogers, B. Bowman, D. VanSkiver
Second row: H. Steele, E. Woods, H. Marr, B. Bedell, S. Wayman, P. Nash, M. Wheeler, B. Ramstead, L. Good, L
Gomes.Third row: J. Anderson, R. Hersh, J. Radcliffe, G. Lantz, C. Gilchrist, E. Gery, M. Corrie, D. McPherson, A. Snyder,
E. Sova. Fourth row: L. Driggs, J. Koehling, R. Parry, M. Bonner, M. Hatcher, J. Zurcher, D. Lewis, P. Whitehead, W
Grace, E. Speakman, O. Mason. Filth row: S. Bowman, R. Cubie, J. Glass, R. Speakman, M., Mann, J. Ketner, L. Pat
terson, D. Grosse, J. Chavier.
Los Estrellas, "The Stars" Span-
ish Club attempts to give a
definite purpose and meaning
to the study ofthe Spanish lan-
guage. The club centers its ac-
tivities around the purpose of
the promotion of a better un-
derstanding with their Spanish
American neighbors. This year
there was a panel discussion
on the new teaching ideas pre-
sented in Spanish elementary
grade schools. Travelogues,
films, and a special party with
a guest Speaker are all part
of their program.
Seated: R. Wyatt, L. Chilton, J. Radcliffe, G. Aubrey, R. Larson, R. Krutenat, K. Kunkel, B. Ellwood, L. Shoemaker. Sec-
ond row: D. Laurie, C. Owens, L. Patterson, D. Schneft, H. Henderson, W. Fuller, M. Millbury. Third row: R. Burke, D.
Brumagin, W. Edwards, R. Taylor, E. Blowers.
AUDIO VISUAL AIDS CLUB
The Audio Visual Aids Club has a three-fold purpose as a service club. It is
the first club of its kind at the college. The members sponsor the showing of
films for the school programs. They teach those interested how to use visual
aid equipment. The use of films, slides, and film strips are greatly encour-
aged by this club in the classroom.
E. Earnhart, C. Allen, S. Sasa
Shinault, E. Bass.
Cleckner, C. Skillings, M. Goodnow, B. Wycoff, J. Marino J
The Literature and Speech
Club is organized under the
auspices of Dean Munro and
Miss Spangenberg to further
familiarize students with con-
temporary writers. lncluded in
the club's activities are visits
to Concord and Lexington and
all points of literary interest in
the vicinity of Boston. ln an in-
formal atmosphere, the group
enioys reading and discussing
various aspects of literature.
Seated: J. Stanford, B. Wright, M. Boshart, J. Schlosser, E. Bown, J. Gidney, B. Ashline, S. Cleckner, D. Dinsmore. Second
row: N. Sutton, C. Ward, M. Murphy, C. Gailey, L. Hall, R. Parry, J. Stetson, N. Haslett, G. Lantz. Third row: F. Boden,
P. German, R. Schuster, R. Cubie, K. Alcorn, E. Speakman.
FUTURE TEACHERS or AMERICA
dents to promote their interest in the field of teaching techniques. The mem-
bers have formed an F.T.A. in one ofthe local high schools. There are special
speakers sponsored each year by the association, which have proved to be
very interesting and informative.
Seated: O. Cone, G. Kottis, S. Lynch, D. Penney, Prof. Parsons, A. Clark, P. North, J. Schlosser, E. Bass. Second row: L.
Flick, B. Adams, V. Mastrobuono, L. Good, N. Mucci, M. Boshart, S. Sasao, D. Brown, S. Clark. Third row: J. Merriman,
S. Rogers, J. Deem, C. Gilchrist, M. Moore, N. Wilson, E. Sova, J. Scheer, A. Hagerup, E. Woods. Fourth row: D. Mos-'
baugher, J. Sanford, D. Biggs, E. Gery, B. Hemmings, M. Corrie, P.Whitehead, B. Blaisdell. Fifth row: B. Loveless, H.
Henderson, K. Alcorn, J. Zurcher, L. Patterson, M. Murphy, L. Reed, E. Earnhart, C. Crofford, H. Cogswell.
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Seated: B. Usher, W. Grace, M. Pyne, D. Penney, Prof. Babcock, J. Moran, S. Hamlin, L. Shoemaker, L. Flick. Second: B.
Bedell, L. Starck, K. Kunkel, D. McPherson, B. Wycoft, J. Radcliffe, F. Tysinger, J. Scheer, F. Landers, D. Slaughenhaupt.
Third: W. Gorman, D. Green, M. Corrie, E. Gery, J. Kehm, N. Sanford, D. Crispell, L. Moran, E. Johnson, E. Tiah, R. Parry.
Fourth: A. Everton, D. Lupton, R. Whittenberger, D. Henry, D. Schnepf, P. Garron, D. Herron, D. Benner, J. Carlson, J.
Latford, H. Mickel.
The Biology Association provides an excellent opportunity for students in-
terested in Biological sciences to further their study. The members have been
very instrumental in the campus appearance this year. The Biology Associa-
tion has sponsored many field trips such as mountain climbing, fishing, over-
night camping trips, and visits to the museum. Students have acquired a
great interest in this science because of the activities of the association in
Seated: F. Landers, N. Wilson, M. Moore, M. Grant, B. Loveless, G. Grant, C. Burgess, l. Stan-
which they can participate.
ford. Second: B. Landers, S. Hadiian, T. Esselstyn, J. Latford, W. Stanford, R. Burke, F. Boden,
R. Kyer. Third: E. Tiah, E. Cairns, M. McLean, K. Hardy, F. MacMillan, C. Owens, W. Mullen,
K. Alcorn, J. Mori.
E. N. C.'s foreign students are significant of the fact
that the college's influence reaches beyond the
shores of our own country. Although many of the
foreign students are really Canadians who live
closer to Boston than students from Ohio, some come
,,,,. from as far away as Japan, Nigeria, and Ireland.
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Front: Prof. Williamson, F. Oddo, D. Mattmueller, R. Andrews, J. Roberts, J. Bradley, A. Clark,
R. Metcalfe, M. Moore, N. Wilson, P. North. Second: D. Brown, N. Mucci, R. Swanke, M. Burley
C. Ward, L. Jones, D. Lewis, J. Zurcher, B. Fountain, L. Reed, J. lnsco, E. Mellinger. Third: D
Warner, P. German, D. Peoples, W. Krutenat, M. Mann, D. Lehto, J. Jones, S. Erbe, R. Calhoun
Fourth: L. Burns, R. Garland, D. Blaney, W. Ellison, W. Whitehead, J. Carlson, J. Andrews, K.
Alcorn, D. Grosse.
The general purpose of the A Cappella Choir is to give students a chance
to sing some of the choice selections of music and get acquainted with its
literature-the old as well as the new.
Much eFfort cmd hard work go into the singing of the Messiah which is
given each year by the choir.
The tour of the Eastern Educational Zone taken during E. N. C.'s Spring
Vacation is a climax to a busy year of rehearsing. New York, Maine, Massa-
chusetts, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio, and Rhode Island were the states
schedel, R. Plunhert, B. Adams, S. Rog
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ers, Prof. Williamson, C. Burgess, V.
Burgess, L. Shoemaker, E. Fields, J.
Rose, l. Stanford. Second: L. Good,
J. Sipes, B. Ziegler, E. Bown, S. Parker,
D. McPherson, A. Snyder, S. Wayman
M. Hall, J. Scheer, B. Yager, E. Woods
Third: J. Radcliffe, B. Blaisdell, G
Grant, J. Scheer, L. Moran, V. Cogs-
well, E. Gery, C. Gilchrist, M. Shap-
man, M. Lavin, Y. Moreland, S. Dillon
Fourth: C. Daniels, W. Gorman, N
Haslett, M. Grant, D. Johnson, M.
Murphy, M. Hatcher, G. Ziegler, J.
Sanford, L. Smith, O. Mason. Fifth: -44,
A. Torsey, E. Blowers, R. Schubert, M. Y
Millbury, G. Aubrey, J. Dreifort, W.
Edwards, C. Poole, D. Long. Sixth: R.
Soulia, L. Hall, C. Caldwell, L. Hybert-
son, D. Hutchinson, B. Landers, R.
Speakman, A. Straw, W. Stanford, i
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John Dickson brings some refreshments to the party at Mr. Wells'
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brought in as party participants.
Joyce Zurcher was the soprano soloist at the
Emcee Paul Wells congratulates pianist Hubert Mickel
for his prize winning "Warsaw Concerto."
Barbara Bowman, accompanied by her brother Sam, singing her
second prize selection "Remember Me."
Persh Parker, Fred MacMillan, Will Grace, DeLysle Henry, Dave Qualls, Jerry Ket-
ner, and Dave McSaveny form a combo which provides comic relief in the middle 120
of the program.
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greenhouse. John and Professor Babcock
make E. N. C.'s campus blossom with thou-
sands of flowers each summer.
Tom Jones and Tom Fowler rake leaves on
Most of the students at Eastern Nazarene College work part
or full time while attending school. Many work on campus as
ianitors, caretakers, kitchen help, Dugout help, and secretaries
to the professors. Others get iobs in the stores and factories in
the prosperous city of Quincy.
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Paul Garron cuts Bob Lynch's hair in the Garron-Burley
Secretary Sylvia Wcyman gives material to printer Art
Roebuck in the campus print shop.
"Moose" Carlson takes cleaning and delivers it for a
discount as his way of earning spending money.
Roger Speakman processing clothes in Beacon Cleaners'
Jack Smith and Betty Harris demonstrate an old E. N. C. custom-sitting in the
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Joan Stetson and Wes Chambers listen to the Dugout's new record
Bill Whitehead and Tony Koury work in the chem lab.
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Virginia Burgess, Sarah Cleckner, and Carolyn Burgess
all dressed up for a party.
Dallas Mucci keeps his dignity even when being caught outside with
his bathrobe on.
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Professor McEachern at work in the entrance hall
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This year for the first time the Parlor in Munro Hall is open to all the students all the time. I. l
The Student Council has purchased many games and placed them in the Parlor. The students 'fl Y l l
above are playing "Sorry." I ,
Mrs. Hiller, the Assistant Dean of Women.
Mrs. Bowers helps prepare lunch in the dining hall.
Mrs. Allen cleaning up in the college
laundry in the Manchester.
In the dish room ofthe dining hall.
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Deltas putting together their "Delta Creme" Rush Day display.
The four Greek letter societies provide one of the
most popular bases for organized campus activity.
Since each student ioins either the Delta, Kappa,
Sigma, or Zeta society he has an opportunity to
participate in the programs, outings, and prayer
meetings of one of the societies. The societies solicit
new members each year on "Rush Day" through
displays and programs. The intra-mural sports are
organized by societies. The societies are competi-
tive, a trophy being given each year to the society
which has accumulated the most points by winning
at sports. The pictures on these pages are repre-
sentative of the activities in which all the societies
Delta Council: Seated: Fred MacMillan, Chaplain,
Margaret Goodnow, Secretary, Jim Laudermilk, Co
ordinator, A. J. Clark, Vice-president, Dick Lehto, Stu
dent Council Representative. Standing: Bill Webb, Trecs
urer, Bill Sever, President.
Doug Peoples leaves to help solicit
Freshmen on Rush Day.
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The Kappa Society held the society trophy for
the i955-56 school year.
Kappa Council: DeLysle Henry, President, San-
dra Hamlin, Vice-president, Nancy Vecchione
Secretary, Connie Skillings, Girls' coordinator
Francis Pratt, Chaplain, Paul German, Treasurer
Standing: Dick Schubert, Student Council Repre-
Sigmos waiting to leave on the outing to the Blue Hills. The Sigmas went to
the lodge on Ponkapog Pond where they had a big hom dinner.
Ruth Andrews helps paint the Sigma Rush Day display,
Paul Revere's Ride.
A scene from the Sigma program "I Hear America Singing."
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Sigma Council: Seated: Wes Chambers, Chaplain,
Dallas Mucci, President, Howard Chambers, Men's co-
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Beth Loveless, Betty Harris, and Mary Ellen Boshart
rehearse a new cheer.
Sigma Delta Zeta
Zeta Council: Henry Henderson, Student Council, Hubert
Mickel, Treasurer, JoAnn Roberts, Secretary, Jim Fox,
President, Don Long, Chaplain.
"Dean" Boshcrt and Jean Scheer working on the Zeto Rush Day
display, the ZETA-TV television studio.
The staff ofthe Nease Memorial Library
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and ice cream to the basketball crowd.
A crowd gathers on the back steps of the Manchester to watch the brief fire in the heating plant.
Student Council President Carlson gives the COUFICII gm
to President Mann at the Christmas Party. The dining hall during the Christmas Party.
The games we watched or participated in were ci part of E. N. C.'s growing
athletic program. We enioyed the inter-society football games. The entire
student body thrilled when our basketball team defeated that of Gordon
College. SPORTS were an integral part of college.
THE GAMES WE WATCI-IED
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max with the Red and Black on top with
an undefeated record. The introduction
of the two platoon system was adopted
for the first time by all four squads,
which made for stiffer competition than
in years past. Mother nature was
around with plenty of wet weather
which added extra thrills and spills
throughout the season.
Chambers tries an end run.
Grace goes up for pass as McSavaney rushes.
As the "55" season approached, all
eyes were focused on the Kappas and
Sigmas as the teams to beat. But, as the
season progressed, the Deltas and Ze-
tas made their bids for first place hon-
ors. As the final whistle sounded, and all
games were tabulated, we found the
earlier prediction becoming a reality.
Lashley looks for receiver
Henry closes in on Jones
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Front Row: E. Blowers, J. Carlson, J. Lauder-
milk, D. Peoples, E. Sims. Back Row: K.
Hedrick, F. Boden, G. Young, W. Webb.
Front Row: H. Chbmbers, C. Haas, W. Dodge
D. Poole, M. Mann, J. Smith, W. Chambers
Buck Row: Paul E. Wells, Coach, D. Qualls,
J. Jones, W. Couchenour.
Peoples for the Deltos is about to be appre-
hended by Sigma Fefter.
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KAPPA: P. Whitehead, E. Gery,
E. Sova, N. Boetti
"N" CLUB Seated: D. Mattmueller
J. Morehead, S. Lynch, D. Biggs, M
Corrie. Second: W. Chambers, Pres-
ident, G. Ziegler, J. Stetson, A. J
Clark, C. Skillings, G. Young. Third
C. Haas, C. Caldwell, Prof. Naylor
Advisor, D. McSavaney, J. Sheets.
Willard Grace Delysle Henry
These are the senior athletes who have played for all four
years of their college career in each of E. N. C.'s maior sports
-football, basketball, and softball.
E. N. C.
COACH: Carroll Bradley
E. N. C. added Nyack College in New York State to
its schedule to make a total of three inter-collegiate
games this year. Besides playing Nyack in Quincy,
the E. N. C. All-star squad played Gordon College
twice, once in Quincy and once in Beverly. The star
of the season was big Dave Hutchinson who scored
thirty points in the first game against Gordon. Dave
is pictured on the Division Page.
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Middle Row: B. Fountain, J. Koehling, R. Andrews, D. McPherson, S. Cleck-
ner. Top Row: M. Grant, N. Sanford, J. Morehead, J. Gleason, D. Biggs.
Bottom Row: Fred Boden, coach, D. Mattmueller, M. Goodnow, J. Constan-
tino. Top Row: A. J. Clark, M. Pyne, J. Shinault, R. Ricketts, C. Ward.
Bottom Row: C. Skillings, coordinator, J. Mote, J. Rose, B. Ramstead. Top
Row: E. Mellinger, J. Merriman, J. Stetson, P. Whitehead, N. Vecchione.
Bottom Row: B. Harris, E. Wilson, C. Emery, Williard Grace, coach. Top
Row: E. Good, G. Ziegler, C. Gilchrist, M. Corrie.
Marylou Zitzman pushes one across in the tight Delta-Kappa game
as Carolyn Ward and Joanne Constantino stand by.
DELTA: J. Shinault, E. Goodnow, A. J. Clark, F. Boden, Coach,
G. Ricketts, R. Ricketts.
ZETA: B. Yuger, M. Hunter, C. Emery, J. Chavier, Coach,
M. Zurcher, M. Corrie, E. Hcll.
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Biggs, M. Grant, R. Andrews, S.
Joines, C. Allen.
KAPPA: B. Usher, E. Gery, J. Stet-
son, D. Hutchinson, Coach, M. Mon-
chester, C. Skillings, N. Vecchione.
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the close Gordon-E. N. C. game.
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The downtown stores and the hometown churches represented
our constituency. We were able to come to E. N. C. because of
the support of the churches. The yearbook stat? was able to
put out a better NAUTILUS because of the stores. The ADVER-
TISEMENTS in this book represent this constituency.
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EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE I
MEMBER INSTITUTION OF NEW ENGLAND ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN COLLEGES
FIRST FRESHMAN CONVOCATION SEPTEMBER 6
"Study to show thyself approved unto God . . II TIMOTHY 2:15
Congmtulatiom to the Clan of 56
to the !
Student Supplies ,
Film Service Bus Tickets of '
Bibles 1956 .
CLASS OF 1956
Emerson Twining, Mgr.
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WHEN IN NEED OF
Kitchenware Wall Paper
Garden Supplies Packard Paints
THE NEW MODERN STORE
RING CLEAR HOSIERY ca11Gf.2-0041
Quincy's Only Hosiery
Mrs. Naylor, Mgr.
. , 11 Brook Street Wollaston, Mass.
Congratulatlons to the Class of 56
YOU NEVER OUTGROW
YOUR NEED EOR MILK
H. P. HOOD 81 SONS
Quczligl Dairy Product! Since 1846
SEE PETER AT THE
Compliment! MAYFLOWER DINER
473 Southern Artery
of Route 3, Quincy
WOLLASTON 1 -1
19a Beale St
T0 MEN AND W01VlEN
for students of ENC
1446 Hancock Street
Mac Gordon, Mgr.
BEALE STREET PHARMACY
Russell S, Keene, PILC., Mgr.
649 Hancock, Near Beale St.
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Except the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it
FAMOUS ICE CREAM
C liipiiliiclnts of UH 25
Bl!-XCKER 84 HOLLAND LUIVIBER COMPANY, Inc.
10 Newport Avc.
North Quincy, Nl2lSS2lChllSCttS
Your favorite household-brzuids of food products are
packclgcd on, equipment HlllllllfllCflll'Cd by
PNEUMATIC SCALE CORP., Ltd.
MODERN FORMAL SHOP
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3 FOR HIRE
1639 Hancock St. Quincy, Mass.
TEL. PR 3-7213
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Congratulations from SALLY and FRANK ONTHANK
Serving you from
MEN's cl.o1l-:ING ,
THE DoTTlE DUNBAR LUNCH GGG GG
. Hammonton Park suits Baracuta raincoats I
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1 5 ancoc ree ' Qumcy Hathaway shirts Jarman shoes
Manhattan shirts Esquire socks
1538 HANCOCK ST. PR 3-9720
LODGEN'S MKT. INC.
32 cottage Ave., Quincy
AUTO BODY REPAIR CO.,
WHERE YOUR NEIGHBOR TRADES
23 GREENWOOD AVE. WOLLASTON, MASS.
C. P. CARDINER 8: SONS GRANITE 2-8100
Power Shovel Excavating
99 Myrtle St. North Quincy, Mass.
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Tailoring 8: Fur Storage
Pickup and Delivery
624 HANCOCK ST.
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141 OLD COLONY PARKWAY
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679 Hancock St.
Corsages - Bouquets - Gifts
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81 SUPPLY CO.
673 Hancock Street
Wollaston 70, Mass.
TEL. MAyflower 9-1770
PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
BAY STATE and VARNISHES
TOOLS - GARDEN SUPPLIES - KITCHENWARE
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We extend our cordial and sincere
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Steaks - Chicken - Chops - Lobster Sandwiches
853 Hancock St., Quincy, Mass.
THE DAIRY KREME
Soda Fountain - Dairy Kreme Ice Cream
Hamburgs - Frankfurts - Sandwiches
Luncheon Plates - French Fries
Onion Rings - Fried Clams
Fried Scallops - Fish Sticks
Hamburgs From U.S. Choice Steer Beef
Pure creamery butter used on grill
Come to see for yourselves
TO THE CLASS OF '56
WEYMOUTH GAZETTE PRESS
Printers of Campus Camera
18-22 Station Street
East Weymouth, Mass.
1-3QU1Px115N'1' 1-'on EVERY SPORT
ll Revere Rd. Quincy PR 3-1133
KA stone-'s throw from Searsl
SLYVESTER MOTOR CO.
Local Owner Used Cars
68 Washington St.
QUINCY, MASS. GR. 2-4730 Q. -HX
Wm. F. Slyvester, Pres. Peter j. Harrington, Treas.
Roncl Service Batteries
610 Sm 11 BEALE ST. WOLLASTON
Tune-up CR 2-9427 Where Classmates Meet
ERNEST C. HATCH
NORTH QUINCY GARAGE CO.
131-133 Hancock Street
North Quincy, Mass:
ALL OCCASIONS CHEVROLET
25 Beale St. Wgllagtgn SatleS amtl St'l'vit'c
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Donald M Deware Robert M Deware
576 Hancock St 179 Lmcoln St
Rt. 3A opposxte Hmgham Pohce Statlon
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THE HARRIS COMPANY
7 - 1294
Telephones, CApit0l 7 - 1295
7 - 1354
HARRIS Oll COMPANY
Cities Serviee Fuel Oils
HICKS 81 HODGES CO.
45 South Market Street
Boston 9, Mass.
YQUR FASHION CENTER Complimentf
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2 Wfashington Street
Gr. 2 1414
QUINLX S FASHION CLNTER
Best of Luck
700 Hancock Street
Wollaston 70, Mass.
Everything for the photographer including helpful advice
Photo equipment Developing and printing
Movie equipment Color films
680 Hancock Street, Wollaston 70, Mass.
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Building Nlaterials and Hill'C1XX'ill'C
General Offices and Main Yard
100 Federal Avenue
Retail Store and Brancli Yard
North Quincy, Mass.
Pliesident 3-2600 PResident I3-8180
"Tim jewelry Store on Beale Sfrwff'
DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS
from 60.00 np
Hamilton WATCHES Elgin
Sheager Snorkel Pen
STERLING: Wallace, Reed and Barton,
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO.
'I9 Quincy Ave. QUIYICYI M955
Telephone GRanite 2-6500
Braintree 6- 5 5 5 5
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141 Newport Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Office Tel. CRanite 2-5078
16 ASHBURTON PLACE
Boston 8, Mass.
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EASTERN SHADE AND
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20 john Street North Quincy, Mass.
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SOLD - RENTED - REPAIRED
One Maple Street
CREETING CARD SHOP
15 Beale St. Wollaston, Mass.
The Most Complete Line of
Greeting Cards on the South Shore
WILLIAM I. SHEA
12 Beale St. Wollaston, Mass.
Real Estate and Insurance
Realtor - Notary
61 Washington Street
Duane Building Sc Wrecking Co.
Heussi's Texaco Gas Station
Dr. Earl Stone, Dentist
Wollaston Do-Nut Shoppe
RALPH S. BISSETT, Owner-Manager
Auto Parts and Accessories
Sporting Goods - Toys - Hobbies
Radios - Television
31-33 Beale St., VVollaston
Hancock Gt Elm Sts.
POWER'S DAIRY BAR
For that late snack after study hours
Copen 10:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.j
EDWARD T. DWYER
55 Elmwood E. Braintree, Mass
Telephone BR 2-1 1 ll
WOLLASTON TAILOR AND CLEANER
690 Hancock St. Wollaston, Mass
Reduced rate for E. N. C. students
600 So. Atery Quincy
634 Hancock St. Wollaston
7 Elin Ave. Wollaston
17 Beale Sl. Wgllaston
ROGER B. LYONS
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Telephone 213 YVEST SQUANTUM ST
PResitIent 3-5089 QUINCX rl MASQ
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177 Willard St. lXIAyflower 9 3000
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676 Hancock Street
Wollaston 70, Mass.
Plumbing and Heating
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How grateful we are to acknowledge another evidence of the Lord s guidance in
the leprosy ministry.
Crippled 1ingersT the "claw hand" - may now be made straight again
We are thankful, too, for the continued support of the faculty and students at
Eastern Nazarene College.
AMERICAN LEPROSY MISSIONS
Edward R. Broad, Northeastern Secretary
14 Beacon St.
Boston 8, Mass.
The cooperating agency of all boards
UGO- ' -a"'f1feaf"" tiac n c ,
Q rajfe-i s
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'ne 0 O 0 you and your Publishing House
are in the world's greatest business
-that of winning souls to Christ.
We are yokemates
in disseminating the full gospel
to the whole world
by the printed page.
With one mind in beliefs and
objectives and loyalty to our church,
we can do much for the Kingdom.
Let's keep strong ties
within our church family.
CLASS OF '56
OFFICIAL SCHCOL PHOTOGRAPHER
J. C. Albright
GOD BLESS OUR STUDENTS
ADMINISTRATION, 81 FACULTY AT E. N. C.
BEST XVISHES FROM .
MAlDE CH RCH
Back of E.N.C. with Faith and Funcls
Publish the Timeless Message in a Timely Manner
Judson Square, Malden, Mass.
236 Hawthorne, Malden, Mass.
Alltllilllf' B. Sampson
Minister of Music:
Clary of 56
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Rev. Alton H. Swift, Minister
For Christ, the Church, and the College
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
234 Franklin Street
SS. SIIjIf'l'lIlfl'lllIC'llf john S. Burgess
.N'.Y.I',S. Prz'.s'i1Ic'l1f Cr-urge NV4itcr1nni1
.N'.1"..lI.S. Prz'.s'illc'nf MTS- Mable Randall
Our B4-st NVishcs and Prayers
to tht- Class ol 1956
tfL.-XRENCIE L. ARNOLD. Pastor
Church of the Nazarene
51 First Street
Sundays: 10:45 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
S.S. 9:45 a.m. - Y.N.P.S. 5:30 p.m
junior Society, 5:30 p.m.
to the Class of
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Prayer Meeting Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Elm Street at Russell
"A welcome to all who attendv HC211' Davis Square
ERNEST R. BRADLEY, Pastor W6SfS0mefV111f,MaSS
247 Beacon Street Lowell, Mass.
NEW HAVEN CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
79 Lawrence Sf. New Haven, Conn
Rev. John Gardner, Parlor
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33 Myrtle St. Waltham, Mass.
C. 1. WILLWVERTH, Pastor
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE CLASS 0' '56
Haverhill, Mass. from the
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Valient 1956 Class of
Eastern Nazarene College
Rich in Tradition
Holy in Purpose
Inspirer of Youth
Loyal to the Bible
Light Bearer of the Truth
Irving S. Jones
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
IN LOVING MEMORY
Rev. C. E. Winslow, Pastor
XVillian1 QBillyj Davis jr., who passed
away triumphantly November 29, 1955.
Farewell words to parents: "I am tired,
when I go to sleep l'111 not going to wake
up. I'll say goodbye now. I'll meet you
in heaven and we will walk the golden
streets together. Goodbye!"
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CLASS OF 1956
250 Franklin St.
176 SAWYER ST.
SOUTH PORTLAND, MAINE
DEDICATED TO THE
SAVING OF ITS YOUTH
PAUL S. KAUFFMAN
W0llASTON CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
The College Church
Our Proposed Church Building
Rev. J. GLENN Goum Rev. novo o. FLEMMING
Assistant Pastor P0907
james R. Young, Choir Director
Miss Patricia Gibson, Organist
A Dynanzir Holiness Ministry the Year 'Round
AKRO DI TRICT
C. D. Taylor
Congratulates the Class of '56
E. N. C. TRUSTEES ADVISORY BOARD
Rev. Kenneth Pearsall Rev. D. D. Palmer
Rev. C. D. Taylor Rev. Clarence Haas
Mr. L. W. Durkee Mr. L. W. Durkee
Mr. Dale Powell Mr. Harold T. jackson
District Office and Parsonage
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AKRON FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
W. Tollmadge at N. Howard
on Route -if 18
Kenneth H. Pearsall, Pastor
T0 THE Assistant Pastor
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ARLINGTON smear Church of the Nazarene
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE S. Linden at E. Summit
YVILLIAM R. THOMPSON, Pastor
. . 1. A. RODOERS
Ralph Music S.S. Superintendent
I , Pastor
Miss Evelyn Claytor N.F.M.S. Preszdent
Hanford Gunnerson N.Y.P.S. President Charles Shickley Sunday School Supt
AI'ZZ1 Baker Chu1'Ch T1'6clSuT6T Hilda Williaiilson N YPS P1 eszdent
The Church With a Warm Welcome Wikia Foley NI MS Resident
Mrs. C. R. Flitcraft Chznch Semetary
john Loomis Church Twaszuer
Hilton L, Bunker
KENMORE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Corner Iona Ave. at N. Twelfth St.
A- XVlun in Akron Visit with Us
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CANTON FIRST IS BACK OF OUR SCHOOL AND PROGRAM 1007,
Congratulations Seniors of '56
JEFFERSQN CHURCH 0F THE NAZARENE
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE ""P"C"" of New" St
along educational and
PAUL E. BAXTER jk., Pastor
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Hayden Avenue at Claiborne Road
East Cleveland, Ohio
JAMES E. HUNTON, Minister
Congratulations to the Class of '56
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BEST LOCATION IN THE NATION
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
St. Cloir and Walnut Streets
Eost Liverpool, Ohio
Lloyd D. Morgan, Minister
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '56
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Charles Edwards, Ch.
S. S. Bennett
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B. H. Bucher Stanly Rice
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
J. D. POOLE, Mmmer
Congratulations ana' Sincere Prayers
CONGRATULATIONS AND SINCERE PRAYERS
God's Blessing on our TO THE CLASS OF 1956 AND TO E.N.C.
Class of '56
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
SEBRING, OHIO Riddle at Meridan St.
George O. Cole
You will enjoy the spiritual atmosphere and friendliness REV. H. V. KYER Pastor
of the Sebring Nazarenes.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Cor. N. Lyman and Maple Streets
Rev. Carl Hanks, Pastor
Norman Collins, S.S. Supt.
Lloyd Shue, N . Y.P.S. Pres.
Lola Dawson, N.F.M.S. Pres.
Mildred Durigg, Church Secretary
Paul Krabill, Treasurer
"A Small Church With a Large Vision'
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Buckeye at Mulberry, N.W.
CLARENCE I. HAAS, Minister
Our People Are Loyal To You
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Renard D. Smith District Superintendent
Morris E. Wilson -Church School Chairman
N.Y.P.S. Convention April 5-6
n ' y G Mrs. Harriet Smith - Nazarene Foreign
Missionary Society Convention May 14-15
Assembly May 16-17
g Roy Carnahan - N.Y.P.S. Pres.
Canipmeeting July 20-29
Arthur Fallon - District Treasurer
Preachers' Meeting Oct. 1-3
Morris E. YVilson - District Secretary
106 W. Warrington Road Syracuse, N. Y.
Congratulations from the
4014! Qhwiclz of Me
Cedar and Holdridge Streets
glnuha, New Weak
A reverence for the past-
A program for the present-
A vision for the future.
STANFORD E. ERNEST, Pastor
813 South Broadway
THE SINGING CHURCH OF ELMIRAH
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Euclid and Hampton Streets
TRENTON, NEW JERSEY
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Boyd M. Long - PASTOR
A hearty and friendly
welcome awaits you.
CHURCH OE THE NAZARENE
Ninety-First at Reed Niagara Falls, N. Y.
Everybody Comes to Niagara Falls! - Attend Services With Us While You Are Here
We congratulate the Class of '56 - Paul S. Gilmore, Pastor
CHURCH 0E THE NAZAHENE
99 Stonewood Ave.
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
Congratulates her E.N.C. students
MORRIS E. WILSON, Minister
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Cannon and W. Newell Streets
SYRACUSE, N. Y.
Where No One Is Ever a Stranger
IOHN D. RHAME
ALTONA CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Little Stone Church of the North Countrv
Wishes to Congratulate the Class of 1956
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CHUQCH AND QECTOFZY Fi '
THE F'll25T CHUQCH OF THE NAZAQENE AT ALTONA N.V -
We welcome you to --
Sunday School 10:00 A.M
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M
N.Y.P.S 7:00 P.M
Evangelistic Service 7:30 P.M
NEW YORK DISTRICT
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Robert I. Goslaw oisfrm Superintendent
YEAR AFTER YEAR . . .
E.N.C. Serves Our Youth, Our Church, Our God.
. . New York District sends their best youth
and supports E.N.C. with all their might.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1956
27 Wilson St. Beacon, New York
The First Church of the Nazarene
108th Street at 95th Avenue
RICHMOND HILL, N.Y.C., NEW YORK
Y 0. C.
fh ji 'f' ' f CONGRATULATIONS
A NAurn.us STAFF
CLASS OF 1956
"Forward With Christ"
"Holiness Unto the Lord"
Merwyn Hassel, Marilyn In Jean Parker, Janice Insc J h C I
A When You Are in New York Ciw Come and T wt Our VW'lfo1m
THOMAS J. CRAWFORD, Minister
BEACON, N. Y.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Congratulates the class of '56
and salutes her present E.N.C.-ers
"A Friendly Church with a Redeeming Message"
Teller Ave. at Henry St.
Beacon, N. Y.
Albert D. Stiefel
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Kiel Ave. Butler, N. J.
Mrs. Jacob Miller S.S. Superintendent
Mrs. Harold Dolen N.F.M.S. President
Miss Pearl Anderson N.Y.P.S. President
JAMES L. COLLUM MINISTER
CHURCH CF THE NAZARENE
S.S. Supt. Donald Fields
N.Y.P.S. Pres. Miss Anne Marie Bedell
N.F.M.S. Pres. Mrs. Susan Duryea
Peters Blvd. and Seneca Drive
Brightwaters, N. Y.
REV. HERBERT F. BEDELL, Pastor
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
70 Hudson Street
DOVER, NEW JERSEY
the Class of '56
CHARLES FINNEY, Pastor
92-94 Utica Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y. Gmdlznrwe dass
I.EVI A. FRANKLIN, Pdsfor
558 Jefferson Avenue CHURCH OE THE NAZARENE
Brooklyn 21, New York Liberty Street at High
1:30 P.M. Church School
6:00 P.M. N.Y.P.S.
8:00 P.M. Evening Service
8: 30 P.M. Mid-Week Service
The Little Church with a Big Welcome
PAIN ESVILLE, OHIO
CLYDE B. WOOD, Pastor
A Warm Welcome Always Awaits You
at This Friendly Church
Rev. Sc Mrs. R. F. Heinlein
Rev. R. F. Heinlein District Superintendent
R. F. Heinlein
W. Gordon Graves
Maurice M. Emery
Robert M. Ingland
R. F. Heinlein
John Z. Andree
Maurice M. Emery
Robert M. Ingland
District Camp - June 28-july 8 ,. U
N.F.M.S. Convention - July 16-18 --
District Assembly - july 18-20 ....... a
CAMP wolucsns Q
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"We can if we willy We can and we will"
"By My Spirit Ser-ne"
DATES TO REMEMBER
General Convention june H-16
Y.P. Activities at Camp june 28-july 8
Institute Aug. I3-18
Boy's Sc Gir1's Camp july 30-Aug. 10
REV. F. F. WISE
District N.Y.P.S. Pres.
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Congratulations and Best Wishes
Class of 1956
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Wiley and Greely Sts.
Homer City, Penna.
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
10:45 a.m. Worship
6:30 p.n1. N.Y.P.S.
7:30 p.rn. Evangelistic Service
7:30 p.rn, Prayer Service
A Cordial Welcome Awaits You
F. FRANKLYN VVISE, Pastor
26 Grant Street Horner City, Pa
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
3600 Fourth Ave.
Beaver Falls, Pa.
Wishing E.N.C. the
Very Best for 1956
and for the Years
RUSSELL I. LONG, Minister
SERVING CHRIST AND COMMUNITY
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Interboro at Rodgers
Pittsburgh 7, Pa.
REV. RUSSELL E. LEWIS
Crusading for Christ Now
CLASS OF '56
Church of the Nazarene
55 North Bennett St.
M. M. Lineman, S.S. Superintendent
Mrs. R. Carpenter N.F.M.S. President
Mrs. V. Kramer N.Y.P.S. President
W. GORDON GRAVES, Pastor
114 North Bennett Street
cnuncl-I or THE NAZARENE
110 Clay Pike, Irwin, Pa.
a friendly church
a lively, growing community
When crossing the Pennsylvania Turnpike, pause
and visit us. Our church is located three miles
from the Irwin toll gate toward Pittsburgh,
just off U. S. Route 30.
REV. A. ALAN GILMOUR, Pastor
Phone UNderhill 3-7822
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Hail to the Class of '56 and to the E.N.C. family
The city church in a small town on U.S. Route 6.
Don't pass us by, but stop and enjoy the warmth
of our friendly church.
"Holiness Becometh Thine House, O Lord Forevef'
CLASS UF '56
West Grove, Pa.
Church of the Nazarene
40 Miles West of Philadelphia on Route No. 1
For Christ and Holiness
lllllfi Boosters fm' E.N.C.
REV. F. T. BENNER
REV. J. Z. ANDREE
ADVISORY BOARD E. N. C. TRUSTEES
Henry E, Heckert Ernest E. Grosse
G. Thomas Spiker JHITICS R- B611
Dr, Neel Price Lloyd G. Gordon
Chester M. Williams
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Ernest E. Grosse
Henry E. Heckert District Treasurer
Chester M. Williams District Secretary
Harold M. Parry District N.Y.P.S. President
Mrs. Christine H. Henck District N.F.M.S. President
james R. Bell District Church School Board
joseph D. Biscoe District Director of junior Society
Boyd M. Long District Camp Meeting Manager
Annual District Assembly, May 10-12
District Boys' Camp, July 2-7
District Girls' Camp, .luly 9-'I4
District Camp Meeting, August 3-12
District N.Y.P.S. Institute, August 27-31
District Preachers' Convention, November 5-7
Unction for Action
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
MacDade Blvd. fBy-Pass 131
Class of 1956
NEW EDUCATIONAL UNIT
Dedicated-March 18, 1956
"BuiH To Save Our YouH1" REV, F, D, KETNER
THE CHURCH WITH A
REVERENCE for the Past
PROGRAM for The Present
VISION for The Fufure
CLASS OF '56
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
BEL AIR, MD.
REV. JOHN E. NORTH, Pastor
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Robert L. jones, Pastor
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"Try Our Welcome"
fOur future completed churchj
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
508 Old Town Road
CLASS OF 'I956
H. E. HECKERT, Minister
to the i
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T0 me FACULTY
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Pine and Freedley Streets To THE GRADUATES 0' '956 .
oun HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS i
AND BEST WISHES
CHESTER M. NVILLIAMS, Pastor
Donald V. Retter .S.S. Superintendent .
Edwin K. Bean N.Y.P.S. President
Mrs. Walter H. Hoopes N.F.M.S. President l
Mrs. Clarence H. Keehn
William E. Schubert
"When Near Philadelphia . .
Smmry Oxford, Penna.
NELSON G. MINK, Minister
. Visit Us"
Our interest in youth is manifested in i
The salvation of their souls, 4
The cleansing of their hearts, l
Their Finding God's will for their lives, p
Their attending our Eastern Nazarene College.
'Xn Eastern Nazarene'er will always find a warm
welcome at Q
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
445 Washington Street l
Class of '56
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Nazareth Pike and Woodlawn Avenue
A. C. IVICKENZIE, Minister
Mrs. Doris Reiss
Mrs. Rachel Gray
One of Bethlelzenfs Friendliest Clzurrhes
CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Eleventh and Wyoming Streets
George L. Wolf, Minister
S .S . Supt.
purchased by the N.Y.P.S.
CLASS OF '56
Nazarene Young People's Society
First Church of the Nazarene
616 Severn Avenue
"THE CAPITAL CITY OF MD."
Arthur Musick President
Dorothy Wood Vi1'e-President
Wilma Terry Serretary
George Slnflett 'I-mam Vw.
REV. JOIIN VV. INIAYBURY, Pastor
Phone COloninl 3-2183
CANA A CE TB L DI TBICT
ORGANIZED JULY 14, 1936
Twenty years of continual growth in one of the
greatest areas for Home Missionary work in our
Rev' W. D- Eckel PRAY that God may bless
IVE h. G d 2 k
Rev. C. P. Gleason G t in O m ly Wm
SEND your men that there may be Workers
E' Boden in this great harvest Held
K. I. Olsen
42 Ellendale Drive, Dorset Park
Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
'Phone, Plymouth 5-5066
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1956
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E. N. C. TRUSTEES
Rev. A. E. Collins
Rev. H. B. Ward
Rev. J. A. Crites, Secretary
Miss Ruth Lewis, Treasurer
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ROBERT B. FOWLER, Pastor
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
92 Ottawa Street, North, Hamilton, Ontario
REV. R. FLETCHER TINK, Minister
CLASS OF 1956
XfVe believe in E.N.C.
I. H. MacCREGOR, Dist. Supt.
BOX 234 OXFORD, N, S, PARK STREET CHURCH
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Proposed Alumni Field
THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
OF EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE
Cougratulates the Class of '56
Welcomes this year's graduates as members of the Association
Works for a better E.N.C.
"A United Alumni Makes E.N.C. Strong"
NAZARENE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
Kansas City, Mo.
Lewis T. Corlett Mendell Taylor
H SIHCEHE "lHHIlH HOU"
' T0 THE FAITHFUL CHURCH CONSTITUENCY
who by their support have helped make possible
an outstanding NAUTILUS.
' TO THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMERCIAL CONCERNS
who generous response indicated a
spirit of interest and good will.
' T0 THE PARENTS OF STUDENTS
who by their contributions to the
Boosters' Club have greatly
added to the success of this book.
Pershing Parker Editor-irz-Clzivf
Gordon M. Young Bzzsincss Alumzger
Allen, Mr. 8. Mrs. Willis
Ames, Mr. Vere
Anderson, Rev. 8. Mrs. A.
Anderson, Mrs. George
Ashline, Mr. 8. Mrs. Erwin F.
Aubrey, Mr. 8. Mrs. Edison
Bagshaw, Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
Barcelo, Arthur F.
Bedell, Rev. 8. Mrs. Herbert
Benn, Mr. Lewis
Bergers, Mr. 8. Mrs. Jay A.
Biggs, Mr. 8. Mrs. C. W.
Blachly, Rev. 81 Mrs. R. W.
Blaisdell, Mr. 8. Mrs. Clayton
Boardman, Mr. 8. Mrs. L. S.
Boden, Mr. 8. Mrs. Ernest
Bowman, Mr. S. W.
Bradley, Rev. 8. Mrs. Ernest
Brown, Mr. 8. Mrs. Sylvester F.
Caswell, Mr. 8. Mrs. C. Winfield
Chambers, Mr. 8. Mrs. Howard
Cogswell, Mr. Leon E.
Collins, Mr. Willard
Constantino, Mrs. Iona
Cooper, Mrs. Elsie
Cove, Mr. 8. Mrs. Harry E.
Crew, Mr. 8. Mrs. Harold A.
Crofford, Mrs. Evelyn M.
Crouse, Mrs. Carrie B.
Cubie, Rev. James M.
Davis, Mr. Bert
Driggs, Mr. 8. Mrs. Herman
Everhart, Mr. Philiptt
Faxon, Mr. 8. Mrs. Leon M.
Gailey, Mrs. Charles
Garron, Mrs. John
Gery, Mr. 8. Mrs. F. W.
Glass, Mr. 8. Mrs. Wesley G.
Goodnow, Mr. 8K Mrs. Kent
Good, Mr. 8. Mrs. Paul
Gray, Mr. 8. Mrs. Oren
Hall, Mrs. Chester B.
Hall, Mr. 81 Mrs. Lowell H.
Hamlin, Dr. 8. Mrs. Howard H.
Haslett, Mrs. Helen L.
Henk, Mr. 81 Mrs. John M.
Henderson, Mr. 81 Mrs. L. Elmer
Hersh, Mr. 8. Mrs. Robert
Hesemeyer, Mr. Alfred
Insco, Mr. 8. Mrs. Martin
Jones, Rev. 81 Mrs. Claude
Kiem, Mrs. Edna
Kimball, Mrs. Franklin
Knapp, Mr. Paul
Krutenat, Mr. 81' Mrs. Carl
Lewis, Mrs. Ben D.
Mann, Dr. 8. Mrs. Edward S.
Marr, Mr. 8. Mrs. E.
Marsh, Mr. 81 Mrs. Willis G.
Martrobuono, Mr. Elviro
Mason, Mr. 8. Mrs. O. D.
McCloy, Mr. 8. Mrs. James
McPherson, Mr. R. K.
Metcalf, Mr. 81 Mrs. Russell F.
Merriman, Rev. 81 Mrs. R. R.
Merriner, Mr. 8g Mrs. Clyde
Mickel, Rev. 8. Mrs. Ralph A.
Milbury, Mr. 8K Mrs. Edward
Mosbaugher, Mr. 81 Mrs. George
Murphy, Mrs. Harry P.
Pankow, Mr. 8g Mrs. Kurt M.
Parker, Mr. 8t Mrs. Don H.
Parker, Mr. 8. Mrs. Opic
Patnode, Mr. Henry
Pyne, Mr. 8. Mrs. Herbert H.
Qualls, Mr. Paul
Ramstead, Mr. Earl E.
Reed, Mr. 8. Mrs. Raymond
Rigden, Mr. 8. Mrs. W. P.
Roebuck, Mr. Warren R.
Rowe, Mr. Charles, W.
Sanford, Mr. Ralph L.
Schwanke, Mr. 8. Mrs. E. H.
Sheets, Mr. 8. Mrs. Harry P.
Shinault, Mrs. Mary
Sipes, Mr. 81 Mrs. J. C.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Philip W.
Snow, Mr. William
Snyder, Mr. F. H.
Starnes, Mr. 8. Mrs. Grady D.
Stover, Mr. 8. Mrs. Hugh
Sutton, Mr. Herbert A.
Tattrie, Mr. 8. Mrs. Howard
Taylor, Mr. 8. Mrs. Webster J
Tyler, Mr. Herman R.
Tysinger, Mr. 81 Mrs. E. E.
Watkins, Mr. 8. Mrs. Edward
Weischedel, Mr. L. G.
White, Mr. 8. Mrs. Ernest J.
Wright, Mrs. Catherine
Young, Mr. H. E.
Young, Rev. 81 Mrs. Samuel
Ziegler, Mr. C. Vernon
Zitzmann, Mr. Louis A.
CALVARY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Center Ave. at Fourth St.
REV. G. THOMAS SPIKHR, Minister
1209 N. 5th St., Reading, Penna.
Sunday Bible School 9:30 A.M.
Worship 10:30 A.M.
N.Y.P.S. 6:45 P.M.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 P.M.
OUR RADIO PROGRAM
MID WEEK SERVICE
OUR CHURCH GAVE 6 PERCENT
OF ITS INCOME TO E.N.C. LAST YEAR
We stand Solidly
Behind Our College
Parsonage Phone 2-9890 Church Phone 2-9785N
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
WITH BEST WISHES
Its Students from
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 30' A'LA""C A""""
East Rockaway, New York FREEPQRTI NEW YORK
Riav. DONALD STRONG, Pastor EDWARD W. LEVIN, Pastor
An E.N.C. Graduate
Ronnie and Luther cut up during half time at the E. N. C.-Gordon game.
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Akers, Charles, 243 Marlboro St., Wollaston, Mass.
Adams, Nathan A., 19 Hampshire St., Everett, Mass.
Babcock, William J.V., 114 Willet St., Wollaston, Mass.
Blaney, Esther M., 65 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass.
Blaney, Harvey J.S., 65 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass.
Bradley, Carroll F., Memorial Hall, Dean's Apartment, E.N.C.
Cameron, James R., 1 12 Sagamore St., Quincy, Mass.
Cove, Edith F., 1 19 Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Delp, George J., 21 West Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Dygoski, Louise A., 9 Landers Rd., Wollaston, Mass.
Gery, Frank W., 1 1 West Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Goodnow, Mrs. Edith P., 158 Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Goodnow, Kent, 158 Watertown Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Gould, J. Glenn, 29 Dunbarton Rd., Wollaston, Mass.
Harris, Mary K., 90 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Hunting, Ward M., 74 Willow St., Wollaston, Mass.
Jessop, Grace, 130 Davis St., Wollaston, Mass.
Jones, Irving, 72 Chapel St., Norwood, Mass.
Kauffman, Alice, 121 Willow St., Wollaston, Mass.
Kauffman, Alvin, 121 Vfillow St., Wollaston, Mass.
Knowles, Joseph Henry, 171 Harvard St., Brookline, Mass.
Kreider, Marlin B., 81 Central St., Auburndale, Mass.
Lechner, Hadrian S., 23 Ebbett Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
McEachern, Carolyn, 57 Ellington Rd., Wollaston, Mass.
Marple, Mrs. Olive B., 75 Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Maybury, Paul C., 158 Arlington St., Wollaston, Mass.
Mullen, Wilbur H., 30 Copley St., Wollaston, Mass.
Munro, Bertha, 90 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Naylor, J. R., 97 Willow St., Wollaston, Mass.
Parsons, Rolland W., 10 Grandview Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Rothwell, Mel-Thomas, 21 Bromfield St., Wollaston, Mass.
Smith, Timothy L., 84 Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Spangenberg, Alice, 22 Gay St., Quincy, Mass.
Whiting, Alice, 1 1 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Mann, Edward S., 41 West Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
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Adams, Bonnie M., Box 251 Twin Rocks, Penna.
Alcorn, Kenneth M., 24 Botsford St., Moncton, N. B.
Allen, Cynthia C., 18 School St., Lisbon Falls, Maine
Allen, George, 39 Beacon St., Islington, Mass.
Allison, Beulah, 205 State St., Grove City, Penna.
Allison, Richard, 315 Center Ave., Butler, Penna.
Altic, Lois E., 809 Third St., California, Penna.
Anderson, Joyce E., 215 S. Chestnut St., Barnesville, Ohio
Anderson, Richard J., 19 N. Bassett Rd., Brockton, Mass.
Andrews, Joseph W., R.D. alll , Salisbury, Md.
Ashline, Beverly J., West Chazy, New York
Ashline, Shirley M., West Chazy, New York
Aubrey, George C., Box 1 1, Champlain, New York
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Bagshaw, Clinton W., Box 96, 1018 Court St., Prosser,
Bambling, Ronald H., Burke, Virginia
Barcelo, Richard A., 149 Quincy Ave., E. Braintree, Mass.
Bass, Evelyn M., Chestnut St. Pl., East Longmeadow, Mass.
Bedell, Elizabeth A., 40 Seneca Drive, Brightwaters,
Benelli, Gerard V., 43 Rodman St., Quincy 69, Mass.
Benner, David M., 1 16 Murray Ave., West Grove, Penna.
Bergers, Jay A., 1 133 Freemont N.W., Grand Rapids, Mich.
Bergdoll, Thelma V., Route 3153, Valley Rd., Cumberland, Md.
Bhatt, Batuk J., 86 Ghoadbunder Rd., Santa cruz, Bombay
Bigelow Reuben J., Wyman Ave., Monument Beach, Mass.
Bigelow, John C., Monument Beach, Mass.
Biggs, Doris E., 58 Cheriton Rd., Wollaston, Mass.
Biorkstam, Marjorie J., 5501 University Wy., Seattle, Wash.
Blachly, David H., 1 Forest St., Pittsfield, Maine 226
Blaisdell, Beverly L., 1 1 Middle St., Augusta, Me.
Blaney, David H., 65 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass.
Blowers, Eugene L., 3007 N.W. 36th St., Miami, Fla.
Boardman, Marion C., 2211 11th St., Niagara Falls,
Boden, Fred K., 3 Basset Ave., Toronto, Ont.
Bonner, Marie, Box 146, Atlasburg, Penna.
Borden, Nancy B., 22 Pumpkin Hill Rd., Levittown, Penna.
Boshart, Dean A., 516 Fulton St., Carthage, New York
Boshart, Mary E., 516 Fulton St., Carthage, New York
Bowers, Stanley W., 4300 Hillside Rd. S.E., Wash. 19, D.C.
Bown, Eunice C., 1032 S. Bradford St., Dover, Del.
Bradley, Joyce A., 247 Beacon St., Lowell, Mass.
Briggs, William, Toboggan Trail, Fayson Lks., N. J.
Brown, Amy E., Atkinson, N. H.
Brown, Doris L., Three Springs, Penna.
Bruce, Ralph W., 20 Arnold Rd., North Quincy, Mass.
Brumagin, David R., 660 Wash. St., Weymouth, Mass.
Brumagin, Dorothy G., 660 Wash. St., Weymouth, Mass.
Buell, Marvin L., Miltonvale, Kansas
Burgess, Carolyn M., Oxford, Nova Scotia
Burgess, Virginia M., 1 Percy Place, Cambridge, Mass.
Burke, Richard E., R.R. 9952, Campbellton, New Brunswick
Burkhart, Paul R., 1045 Jacoby St., Johnstown, Penna.
Burley, David S., State Farm, Leesburg, N. J.
Burley, MaryAnne, State Farm, Leesburg, N. J.
Burns, Lawrence H., 156 Mystic Valley Pky., Arlington, Mass
Butts, Kathleen M., Route till, Waynesburg, Ohio
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Cairus, Edward, 39 Rawson Rd., Quincy, Mass.
Caldwell, Charles E., 99 Francis Ave., Pawtucket, R. I.
Calhoun, Ronald C., Forest Hill, Md.
Campbell, Dwight L., 428 Norris Ct., Centerville, Calif.
Carlson, John S., 102-06 Remington St., Jamaica, New York
Caswell, Gerald S., 47 Ryder Ave., East Rock, New York
Chambers, Howard E., 2nd St., Port Elizabeth, N. J.
Chambers, S. Weston, Port Elizabeth, N. J.
Chapman, Mariorie L., Bible Hill, Claremont, N. H.
Chavier, John, l 17 Grinnell St., New Bedford, Mass.
Chilton, Lester A., 1401 Friedensburg Rd., Reading, Penna.
Christensen, Tom, R.D. 53, Clay, New York
Clark, Alice J., 108 Maple Ave., Odessa, New York
Clark, Robert E., 1 16 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass.
Cleckner, Sarah E., 123 Ohltown Rd., Youngstown, Ohio
Clifford, Richard M., 3172 E. Waterloo Rd., Akron 12, Ohio
Clingerman, Barbara H., Calla Rd. R.D. 51, Poland, Ohio
Cogswell, Howard, 16 Brown St., Fort Fainfield, Maine
Collins, Phyllis A., 605 LaMarre Dr., Fairfax, Va.
Cone, Olive C., 35 Baker St., Hanson, Mass.
Constantino, Joanne, Clarksville Hills, Penna.
Corrie, Millie V., Broad Top City, Penna.
Costley, John R., 75 East 41st St., Hamilton, Ont.
Couchenour, James R., Box 231, Waterford, Penna.
Couchenour, Melvin R., Box 231, Waterford, Penna.
Couchenour, William A., Box 231, Waterford, Penna.
Cowan, George W., Thurber Ave., Attleboro, Mass.
Cramer, John S., R.D. 52, Homer City, Penna.
Crandall, Francis G., 36 Gordon St. N. Quincy, Mass.
Crew, Robert W., 291 Ivy Pl., Akron, Ohio
Crispell, Dorthie M., R.R. 51, Berkshire, New York
Crofford, Charles D., 616 Fern Nampa, Idaho
Croley, John H., 42 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Crouse, Wilfred N., 64 Madison St., Westminster, Md.
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Daniels, Colin W., Box 57, Pownal, Vermont
Davis, James J., R.D. 51 Box 19, Kittanning, Penna.
Deem, JoAnn, 8th St., LaCroft, East Liverpool, Ohio
Dickson, John A., 30 Court St., Valley Stream, New York
Dinsmore, Dorothy, 41 Bromfield St., Wollaston, Mass.
Dodge, William E., 1523 Glendale, Erie, Penna.
Dreifort, Jack J., 1 177 Hastings St., Cuyahoga, Ohio
Driggs, Larry, 1246 E. 22nd St., Erie, Penna.
Dube, Daniel N., Cooper St., Westmont, N. J.
Duvall, Margaret l., R.D. 52, Columbiana, Ohio
Dyment, Bill E., 24 Buckingham, Norwood, Mass.
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Earnhart, Emily W., Box 192, Pineville, N. C.
Edwards, Robert W., Port Murray, N. J.
Edvfards, Wayne A., 84 So. Main Street, Danialson, Conn.
Eller, Oscar H., 1 150 Shaffer St., Johnstown, Penna.
Ellison, Wilbur L., Dobson Rd., Vernon, Rockville, Conn.
Ellwood, Barbara V., 54 Willow St., Readding, Mass.
Emerson, Janice F., 9 Willow St., Auburn, Maine
Emery, Carlene E., Newport, Maine
Erbe, Samuel M., Robbinsville, N. J.
Esselstyn, Theodore P., 26 Nourse St., Discovery, Tvl., S. Africa
Everhart, Rodney D., 1 1 10-1 1th St. N.W., Canton, Ohio
Everton, Adelord P., Wollaston, Mass.
Ezold, Janice R., 51 West Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Faxton, Robert C., Pine St., Plaistow, New Hampshire
Faulkner, Barbara L., 139 Clay St., Wollaston, Mass.
Ferguson, Margaret B., Sprakers, New York
Fetter, Merle L., Kylertown, Pa.
Fieldo, Earline A., Grove St., Upton, Mass.
Fischmann, James M., 2425 Ronig Rd., Akron, Ohio
Fleagel, Princess V., R.D. 51, Friedens, Pa.
Flick, Lois E., Route 2, Butler, Pa.
Fowler, Thomas S., 76 E. Main St., Brookville, Pa.
Fountain, Beverly A., Northville, N. Y.
Fox, James D., Marshallville, Ohio
Fretz, Stewart B., Koffels Rd. R.S. 1, Lansdale, Pa.
Frederick, Joyce L., R.F.D. 1, Limestone, N. Y.
Frye, Donna M., Hillcrest Rd., Waverly, N. Y.
Fuller, Walter S., Marshill, Maine
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Gailey, Charles R., Route 4, Watertown, N. Y.
Garland, Robert W., Eliot, Maine
Garron, Paul G., 447 So. 2nd St., Millville, N. J.
German, Paul R., 301 Urban Ave., Norwood, Pa.
Gery, Eleanore J., 100 North Sprowl Rd., Broomall, Pa.
Gibbs, Kenneth L., New Philadelphia, Ohio
Gidney, Janice A., Chestnut Hill Road, Orange, Mass.
Gilchrist, Cinda L., Westfield, Ohio
Glass, John E., Groville Park, Beacon, New York
Gleason, Joan C., 1853 Hastings Ave., East Cleveland, Ohio
Gonsalus, Donald B., 422 Lincoln Ave., Ogdensburg, N. Y.
Gontero, Edith C., 238 Walnut St., Shafter, Cal.
Good, Evelyn G., Rocks, Maryland
Goodnow, Margaret A., 158 Watertown Ave., Wollaston,
Goodwin, Hazel L., 64 Oak Rd., Norwood, Mass.
Gorman, Walter J., 536 Mountain Ave., Revere, Mass.
Grace, Willard C., Rosehill Ave., West Grove, Penn.
Grant, Marian l., 764 Waterloo St., London, Ont., Canada
Green, Donald'L., whsfefofd, Md.
Gressett, George L., 1307-58 Ave. S.E., Washington, D. C.
Grosse, David G., 528 Baer Ave., Hanover, Pa.
Gutshall, Gloria J., Route 88, Harrisburg, Pa.
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Haas, Clyde H., 916 Buckeye St., New Warren, Ohio
Hadiian, Sarkis O., New Hdven, Conn.
Hagerup, Angie M., R.F.D. 2, Oakland, Me.
Hall, Lowell H., 2006 Germaine St., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Hamlin, Sandra L., 9256 So. Loomis, Chicago, Ill.
Hammer, Donald P., Alum Bank, Pa.
Hardy, Kenneth D., 55 Hanelack St., Amherst, Nova Scotia
Harris, Betty J., 402 South Avenue, Bradford, Pa.
Harrey, Frank E., 1616 15th Ave., Parkersburg, W. Va.
Haslett, Nancy J., Falls Ave., Akron, Ohio
Hassell, Merwyn I., 204-15-104 Ave., Hollis, N. Y.
Hatcher, Mary E., 1 19 Prather Ave., Jamston, N. Y.
Hathaway, John A., Gardiner, Maine
Hauck, Richard F., 65 Richmond Hill, New Canaan, Conn.
Hedrick, Kenneth A., Alderson, West Va.
Hemmings, Barbara L., 122 Ocean View Rd., East
Rockaway, N. Y.
Henck, Grace E., R.D. 3, West Chester, Pa.
Henck, Robert H., Darlington, Md.
Henck, Samuel H., Darlington, Md.
Henderson, Henry J., Brownville, N. Y.
Henry, DeLysle L., 13 Boone St., Cumberland, Md.
Herron, Duane E., 54 Wiltwyck Ave., Kingston, N. Y.
Hersh, Ruth A., 930 Hamilton St., Allentown, Penna.
Hesemeyer, Alfred A., 2207 Harman St., Ridgewood, N. Y
Hilyard, Gerald D., Fairfield, Maine
Hodgkiss, John A., R.D. 1, Scottdale, Pa.
Hodgkiss, Ramona, H., 315 Park Ave., Revere, Mass.
Howard, Edgar R., R.D. 4, Meadville, Pa.
Huck, Robert E., 104 Main St., North Warren, Pa.
Huck, Ruth M., Warren, Pa.
Huff, Gerald E., Ridgefield Park, N. J.
Hunter, Marsha I.,
Hutchinson, David N., 76 Willis St., New Bedford, Mass.
Hybertson, Larry D., Madison, So. Dak.
Hysong, Wayne E., 217 E. End Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.
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lnsco, Janice E., 1 1 1-42-202 St., Hollis, N. Y.'
Irwin, Barbara C., Fulling Mill Rd., Villas, N. J.
Irwin, James S., 1086 Elwell St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
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Jarvis, Richard W., R.D. 3, New Philadelphia, Ohio
Johnson, Esther A., Delmar Rd., Salisburg, Md.
Johnson, D. J., 317 Worth St., Corry, Pa.
Joines, Shelva J., Street, Maryland
Jones, James B., R.F.D. 1, Bel Air, Md.
Jones, Lois J., R.D. 1, Prospect, Pa.
Jones, Thomas G., Allenport, Pa.
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Kehm, Joan M., 1810 Railroad St., Carnegie, Pa.
Keim, Kenneth T., 326 Church St., Royersford, Pa.
Kelvington, William H., 2738 Glenmaur Ave., Pittsburg, Ohio
Ketner, Jerrold W., 212 MacDade Blvd., Collingdale, Pa.
Kimball, Stewart F., Dudley, Mass.
Kirkpatrick, Walter E., 26808 John R., Royal Oak, Mich.
Knapp, Paul Wm., Linfield, Pa.
Knight, Fannie, R.D. 1, Bethel, Me.
Knudsen, Karl J., R.D. 1, Petersburg, N. Y.
Koar, Charles A., R.D. 2, Lebanon, Pa.
Kosty, Anthony F., New York Ave., Hellertown, Pa.
Kottis, Greg. A., 62 Douglas St., Uxbridge, Mass.
Koury, Anthony, 895 Quincy Shore Blvd., Wollaston, Mass.
Krutenat, Richard C., 7726 Ridge Road, Brockport, N. Y.
Kunkel, Kaye C., Route 1, Littlestown, Pa.
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Landers, Floris J., Sanaford, Yarmouth Co. Nova Scotia
Landers, Robert E., Sanaford, Yarmouth Co. Nova Scotia
Lantz, Gloria E., 58 Wheatland Ave., Dorchester, Mass.
Larrabee, Joseph C., Box 212, Bath, Maine
Lashley, Gerald E., 406 Fairfield Ave., Johnstown, Pa.
Latford, James N., 80 Teerle St., Woodstock, Ontario
Laudermilk, James, 1931 E. Bailey Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Laudermilk, Roy F., 130 Taffrail Rd., Quincy, Mass.
Laudermilk, Wm., Bailey Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Laurie, Maurice D., 1442 Overton Rd., Dallas, Texas
Lavin, Margaret E., Pleasant St., Frostburg, Md.
Lehto, Richard N., 924 Valley St., Ashtabula, Ohio
Lewis, Davids D., Finleyville, Pa.
Little, Jane E., Wollaston, Mass.
Littlefield, Donn S., 41 Rae Ave., Needham, Mass.
Long, Donald H., 61 1 Decker Ave., Johnstown, Pa.
Long, Esther Marie, 1583 College Ave., Lincoln Park, Mich.
Lord, C. Willard, 101 St. Penn St., Clifton Hts. Pa.
Loveless, Lois E., Easton Mill Rd., Hatboro, Pa.
Lupton, Daniel C., 1674 N.E. Ave., Tallmadge, Ohio
Lynch, Robert L., 1818 Oakridge Dr., Charleston, W. Va.
Lynch, Shirley A., Salisbury, Mass.
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McCallum, Charles J., 66 Bigelow St., Quincy, Mass.
McCloy, Jas., 151 Davis, Brookline, Mass.
MacDonald, Robt. Murray, 10 Telegraph Ave., Hull, Mass.
McGinnes, John Chalmers, 1 1 Star St., Palace Gardens, R. l.
McMinn, Charles Clyde, 26 Gilson Rd., Quincy, Mass.
McPherson, Delores Jean, 1-D St., Beaver, Pa.
McSavaney, David H., 21 W. Elm Ave., Mass.
Macleod, Norma Mae, 44 Common St., Braintree, Mass.
MacNeiIl, Beverly, 38 Essex, Cambridge, Mass.
MacPherson, David L., Kenvil, N. J.
Manchester, Merilyn Ann, Waterville, Vermont
Mann, George B. Jr., 357 Newport Ave., Mass.
Mann, Merritt Howard, 35 West Elm Ave., Mass.
Marino, Josephine Phyllis, 3 Unity Street, Boston 13, Mass.
Marsh, Orman Darling, 445 Quincy Shore Blvd.,
No. Quincy, Mass.
Mason, Orville Carl, 24 York St., Springfield, Mass.
Mastrobuono, Virginia Geneviene, R.F.D. Rte. 44,
Chepachet, R. I.
Mattmueller, Donald R., 5015 6th St., Arlington, Va.
Mellinger, Elaine S., 1945 Millport Rd., Lancaster, Pa.
Merki, William E., 433 Perkioman Ave., Lansdale, Pa.
Merriner, Richard C., 871 Clark St., Akron, Ohio
Metcalfe, Ruth A., 954 Aberdeen St., Akron, Ohio
Mickel, Hubert S., Alum Bank, Penna.
Mickel, Ronald E., Alum Bank, Pa.
Milbury, Marvin Th., Easton, Maine
Miller, Ronald G., 20 Grant St., Union City, Pa.
Moore, Myrtle G., Windsor, Nova Scotia
Morehead, Jeanette L., 456 Grandview Ave., Barberton, Ohio
Moreland, Edna Y., Lothian, Maryland
Morgan, Arthur M., 57 Hancock St., Quincy, Mass.
Mori, John M., 1-9175 Tamagana Nakamachi, Setagaya-Ku,
Mosbaugher, Dorothy J., R.F.D. 1, Avonmore, Pa.
Mosgrove, Harold C., RFD 1 Som Center Rd., Willoughby, Ohio
Mosgrove, Melvin E., Som Center Rd., Willoughby, Ohio
Mosgrove, Ronald G., Som Center Road, Willoughby, Ohio
Mote, Jewell M., Austinburg, Ohio
Mucci, Dallas D., Box 42, Lucerne Mines, Pa.
Mucci, Nancy G., Lucerne Mines, Pa.
Mullen, Joan M., 408 Park Road, West Hartford, Conn.
Mullen, Walter E., Easton, Digby Co., Nova Scotia, Canada
Murphy, Paul A., Hector, New York
Music, Lowell E., 700 Perry Road, Tallmadge, Ohio
Myatt, Russell V., Box 63, Waltersburg, Pa.
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Nelson, Netty J., 1760 N.W. 20 St., Miami, Fla.
Norman, Helen Ruth, 4914 40th Pl., Hyattsville, Md.
North, Patricia A., Conawingo Road, Bel Air, Md.
Novy, Charles J., 1772 Maywood Rd., South Euclid, Ohio
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Oddo, Frances M., Pettibons Road, Solon, Ohio
Olson, Walter E., 144 Train St., Douchester, Mass.
Owens, Charles L., Millville, N. B., Canada
Oxenford, Frank H., 169 Pleasant St., Brockton, Mass.
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Pankow, Gladys P., 40 Reservoir Ave., Dover, N. J.
Park, Eugene E., 1 10 Pond St., Holbrook, Mass.
Harold L., 90-23 187 St., Hollis, N. Y.
Pershing, Box 563, Washington 4, D. C.
Parker, Richard L., 1237 Sharon Ave., Zanesville, Ohio
Parrish, William D., 2420 N. Dunleith Ave., Winston Salem, N.
Parry, Ralph M., 3852 Terrace St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Patmore, Edwin L., 146 Main Street, Norwalk, Conn.
Patnode, Clifford, R.F.D. 1, Keeseville, N. Y.
Patterson, Lowell W., 1279 Ryan Terrace, St. Louis, Mo.
Pearce, Carlton J., Elmira St., Valencia, Pa.
Penney, David P., 81 Washington Ave., Waltham, Mass.
Peoples, Douglas, Box 168, Fishkill, N. Y.
Phillips, Ronald R., R.F.D. 1, Watkins Glen, N. Y.
Poole, G. Calvin, 804 Central St., Stoughton, Mass.
Poole, J. David, 31 16 ldlewood Ave., Youngstown, Ohio
Poole, Robert C., Washington St., Sherborn, Mass.
Pratt, Francis E., 89 Federal St., Northampton, Mass.
Prest Isabella L., 227 Greenwood Ave., Beverly Farms, Ma
Muriel W., 55 Pilgrim Rd., Melrose, Mass.
William G., 65 Pembroke Rd., Concord, N. H.
Qualls, Paul David, 5487 Lake Jessamine St., Orlando, Fla.
Quanstrom, Roy F., 272 Bridge St., Gary, Indiana
Quanstrom, Shirley A., 14052 Ohio St., Detroit, Mich.
Radcliffe, Janet R., 67 Fitch Ave., Auburn, N. Y.
Ramstead, Barbara L., 14 Marwood Dr., Bridgeville, Pa.
Rice, Marilyn E., 37 Newton Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Rice, Stanley J., 315 Highland Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Richardson, Everett L., 135 Newport Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Ricketts, Gloria M., 679 Kearsarge Way, Portsmouth, N. H.
Riddle, Clara May, 155 Albertson, Rochester, Mich.
Rigden, John S., 213A Kendrick Ave., Quincy, Mass.
Robbins, RuthAnne, 140 Adams St., Braintree, Mass.
Robinson, Bradford N., Vineyard Haven, Mass.
Roebuck, Arthur J., 325 Franklin St., Framingham, Mass.
Rogers, Coleman A., 12 Day St., So. Portland, Me.
Rose, Joyce J., Box 233, West Yarmouth, Mass.
Rosenberger, Eldon B., Farmington, RD 7352, Me.
Ross, Stanley L., Strong, Me.
Rowe, Ethel A., R ffl, Vassalboro, Me.
Reed, Lo Rae, 36 Rector Ct., W. Englewood, N. J.
Rugg, Floyd W., 10 Grand View Ave., Wollaston 70, Mass.
Rundlett, Paul W., 78 Lincoln Ave., Wollaston, Mass.
Sanford, Joan Ann, Kiel Avenue, Butler, N. J.
Sanford, Nancy Ellen, 95 Reservoir Rd., Mass.
Sasao, Susan Hisaro, Kobe QM Depot, A.P.O. 317,
San Francisco, Calif.
Scheer, Jean Elizabeth, R.D. 6, Mercer, Pa.
Scheer, Jane Christine, R.D. 6, Mercer, Pa.
Scheidly, Robert Alvin, 73-B Trumboll Ct., Newton Falls, O.
Schlosser, Jane C., 1326 W. Franklin St., Elkhart, Ind.
Schubert, Richard Francis, 12 Scammull Avenue, Trenton, N.
Schnepf, Donald Roger, 124 Henry St., Valley Stream, N. Y.
Schuster, Richard L., Hamilton, Missouri
Schwanke, Ruth Ann, 521 Coleridge Road, Painesville, Ohio
Schwartz, Paul Alvin, 31 15 Greeley Ave., Erie, Penna.
Sever, William W., 42 W. 26 St., Hialeah, Fla.
Shea, Dorothy Helen, 49 Fairfield St., New Haven, Conn.
Sheets, James Andrew, Clarksville, Pa.
Shepardson, Arthur Louis, 75 Main St., Moravia, New York
Shields, Betty June, 204 Clay Pike Rd., Irwin, Pa.
Shinault, D. Janet, 35148 Sheffield, Wayne, Mich.
Shoemaker, Lorraine Jennie, Hallstead, Pa.
Shumpker, LaMar William, 44 Greenleaf, Quincy, Mass.
Silver, Dorcas Lavaun, 9 Alanders Rd., Wollaston, Mass.
Silver, Nelson Orlando, 9 Alanders Rd., Wollaston, Mass.
Sims, Edward, 231 Bay St., Jersey City, N. J.
Sipes, Janet R., 25 S. Elm Ave., Aldan, Penna.
Sipes, John A., 25 S. Elm Ave., Aldan, Penna.
Skillings, Constance A., Steep Falls, Maine
Slaughenhaupt, Donna C., 159 Pacific St., Massapequa
Park, N. Y.
Smelaglia, Charles J., 9 Aberdeen St., Quincy, Mass.
Smith, John W., Ellegood St., R.F.D. 3655, Salisbury, Md.
Smith, M. Louise, Box 104, Homer City, Penna.
Smith, M. June, 5 Holmes Run Rd., Falls Church, Va.
Smith, Robert K., 212 Taffrail Rd., Apt. 1, Quincy, Mass.
Snell, Paul, Marcellus, New York
Snow, William F., 15 Fairmount St., Dorchester, Mass.
Snyder, Arlene K., 5827 Shepherd Rd., Ashtabula, Ohio
Soulia, Robert D., Raybrook, Saranac Lake, New York
Sova, Esther, 5308 Lancaster Ave., Charleston, W. Va.
Speakman, Elwood R., 623 W. New York Ave., Sebring, Ohio
Speakman, Roger L., 135 W. Virginia Ave., Sebring, Ohio
Stanford, lrva L., 157 Munsen Ave., Dover, N. J.
Stanford, Warner, 157 Munson Ave., Dover, N. J.
Starck, Lona E., 18 Common St., Quincy, Mass.
Starnes, Luther W., Bethel, Del.
Steele, M. Helen, Dewey Ave., Barresville, Ohio
Stetson, Harold A., 26 East 6th St., Hamilton, Ont.
Stetson, Joan, 7 Cornell St., Springfield, Mass.
Stiefel, Richard B., 214 Adams St., Waltham, Mass.
Stier, Walter E., 103 Sylvan St., Danvers, Mass.
Stiles, Fred M., Mylo Park, Ebensburg, Penna.
Stillman, Herman, 3050 Grasmere Ave., Columbus, Ohio
Strang, Joyce M., 9059 S. Danen, Chicago, lll.
Straw, Albert W., 739 Broadway, Haverhill, Mass.
Styers, E. Irene, Mifflinburg, Penna.
Sutton, Naomi, Arbovale, W. Va.
Swartz, Dorothy G., 835 Lyndhurst St.,
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Taylor, William M., 21 Fair Ave., Westminster, Md.
Thorp, Mildred, New Park, Penna.
Thatcher, Robert, 8708 College Pk., Md.
Tiah, Eugene, Freeport Village, Carapichaimh, Trinidad
Tikasingh, Ancel J., 45 Panco Lane, San Fernando,
Torsey, Allen, 484 Boston Post Rd., Marlborough, Mass.
Twining, Lorin E., 14 Madison Ave., Ravena, N. Y.
Tysinger, Freida, Wiley Ford, W. Va.
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Usher, Elizabeth E., West Baldwin, Maine
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Van Skiver, Dorothy, 13 Grove St., Sussex, N. J.
Vecchione, Nancy J., 50 Depot St., E. Douglas, Mass.
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Wagner, Charlotte A., East Wilton, Maine
Wakefield, Charles, 24 Hurd Ave., Saugus, Mass.
Wanner, L. Dale, 1 16 Main St., Spring City, Penna.
Ward, Carolyn, 223 Winthrop St., Quincy, Mass.
Watkins, Shirley A., 516 S. 15th St., Sebring, Ohio
Wayman, David S., 1208 Elwell St., Pittsburgh, Penna.
Wayman, Sylvia M., 1208 Elwell St., Pittsburgh, Penna.
Weaver, Thomas E., 331 Para Ave., Akron, Ohio
Webb, Bill F., 21 16 1 1th St., Akron, Ohio
Weischedel, Gail M., Glen Riddle Road, Media, Penna.
Wenger, Fred, 12 S. Summit Ave., Pitman, N. J.
Weslow, John O., Rt. 2, Box 316, Frostburg, Md.
Wessel, Jay A., 517 Stanton St., Greensburg, Penna.
West, William C., 805 Ossington Ave., Toronto, Can.
Wetzel, Naomi E., Lavelle, Penna.
Wheeler, Mary L., R.F.D. 1, Hardwick, Vermont
Whelpley, Sandra S., 1 1 Cypress Rd., Milton, Mass.
White, Howard, Millerton, Penna.
Whitehead, Priscilla R., 2610 Pecan Dr., Fayetteville, N. C.
Whitehead, William O., 2610 Pecan Dr., Fayetteville, N. C.
Whittenberger, Ronald L., 32 E. Avondale, Youngstown, Ohio
Williams, Grance O., Dudley, Penna.
Williams, Ronald, 530 E. High St., Uhrichsville, Ohio
Wilson, Ella M., 6 Fairway Rd., Essex, Baltimore, Md.
Wilson, Norma G., Albion St., Trenton, N. J.
Willwerth, Edwin M., 43 Florence St., Malden, Mass.
Wischermann, Ginger R., R.D. 1751, New Galilee, Penna.
Woodbridge, Walter R., R.F.D. 3952, Ogdensburg, N. Y.
Woods, Enid, Rt. 1, Phalanx Station, Ohio
Wooster, Carole R., 26 Fairview Ave., Saugus, Mass.
Wooster, Raymond E., Fisk St., Carlisle, Mass.
Wooster, Tyler S., Fisk St., Carlisle, Mass.
Wright, Beverly N., 319 Conewage St., Middletown, Penna.
Wycoff, Beatrice M., 4124 Washington Ave., Erie, Penna.
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Yacubian, Arther E., 235 Beach St., Quincy, Mass.
Yager, Bertha E., R.D. 1, Littlefield, Camden, N. Y.
Yeager, William C., 343 Rosebank Ave., Baltimore, Md.
Young, Gordon M., 301 E. 68th Terrace, Kansas City, Mo.
Young, Thomas L., 29 Reba Ave., Mansfield, Ohio
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Ziegler, Gladys J., Collegeville, Penna.
Zitzman, Mary L., 123 Mountain Ave., Pompton Plains, N. J.
Zurcher, Joyce Y., 504 A Newton Drive, Newton Falls, Ohio
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Ames, Dale R., Easton, Maine
Allen, John W., Rt. 15, Wharton, N. J.
Andrews, Ruth L., R.D. 5951, Shad Point, Salisbury, Md.
Babcock, Harold M., 1 14 Willet St., Wollaston, Mass.
Bambling, Paul W., Burke, Va.
Boetti, Nancy D., W. Main St., Merrimac, Mass.
Boggs, Doris G., 24 Ross Ave., New Cumberland, Penna.
Bowman, Barbara T., Box 27, Essex Junction, Vermont
Bowman, Samuel, P.O. Box 27, Essex Junction, Vermont
Brown, Goldie E., New Freedom, Penna.
Clark, Shirley M., 34 W. Adrean Terrace
Correlia, Richard D., 21 St. Mary's Sq., Taunton, Mass.
Dillon, Shirley J., West Pittsburgh St., Scottdale, Penna.
Dunmeyer, Doretta J., R.D. 733, Mecersdale, Penna.
Faile, Gilford E., 1 14 Tafirail Rd., Quincy, Mass.
Gomes, Lidia, 11 Morgan St., New Bedford, Mass.
Gray, Arlene E., 303 North Ave., N.E., New Philadelphia, Ohio
Gray, Rachel L., R.D. 952, Warren, Penna.
Hall, Margaret E., Castorland, New York
Johnson, Dorothy, Rt. 7353 Box 210, Kent, Ohio
Mattmueller, Doris G., 5015 6th St., N. Arlington, Va.
Mauritsen, Richard W., 146 182 St., Springfield Gardens, N. Y.
Mosgrove, Phillis A., S.O.M. Center Rd., Willoughby, Ohio
Parker, Shirley J., 90-23 187th St., Hollis 23, N. Y.
Parsons, Gerald A., Jefferson, Penna.
Ricketts, Ruby l., 679 Kearsarge Way, Portsmouth, N. H.
Roberts, Fred H., 92 Sachem St., Wollaston, Mass.
Roberts, Joann C., 507 Market'St., Scottdale, Penna.
Smith, Richard A., R.D. Q32, Mifflinburg, Penna.
Stein, Luine, ffl Hartwell Place, Woodinere, N. Y.
Ziegler, L. Beverly, Broad Rd., R.D. ilf4, Syracuse, N. Y.
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