Eastern Nazarene College - Nautilus Yearbook (Quincy, MA)

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V -Y Q,,..wn-.-+'..'. ff'77E"+7.'f' M ' Q ,Q ' 1 - , ,A 'Lg' 1,4 gas Ag fl N X- .... 1 . aww-'.5.,,u -,. -,l,,,,f,f X, . -new-vfm.,,, , , - V YJ '. V 1 , , 4 "'i'. -s E' .. P x 2, 5 . L sm., J Q 2 ,I x 6 ' T 1 T Eaafelgxugg ' A ,. 2 --1 -- - 'Q N Y I For centuries the sound ofthe trumpet has been lzhed with the cry of man 's voice. Battle lines have been drawn, triumphalprocessions heralded and in- numerable tidings proclaimed at the call ofbrass. Cries of 'Trepare ye the way" already had ushered into history many heroes ofthis world when a solitary voice heralded the arrival of the King of the next. This .Messiah of Israel soon drew his own battle lines, proclaimed an unequivocal message, and set his face to go to jerusalem. The acclaim he received so long ago shall be repeated wrote the apostle Paul when a lk trumpet shall again sound and we shall all be changed' and we shall all say, "Blessing and honor, glory andpowerf at the hnal entry. It is this same Alessiah whose Spirit now permeates the inner nature of EN C. is people. At His call we have drawn our own battle lines in order to penetrate, to proclaim, to follow. This is E.NC .... and THIS MAN has made the dzyfzrence. fl ' ' Af ,L r 1 I I Y fd Dedication -49 - ,1 3 9 1041 5 Q 114 -ef 'U ,ji ilzgli? it 9 F ik A W 1 SQ 4 1 A To one who lives the maxim that '. . , one can teach . i no better than he can perform.' , To one who in an overly-scheduled day characteris- l tically finds time to cultivate the personal relation- X ship. To one whose Cod-given talents have produced a master craftsman of boats, cabins, music, and men. To one who prefers the deeper joys of A Cappella and Brass Choir over the fame of Boston Symphony. To one for whom the ideal of perfection, both in Chris- tian life and professional life, is a discipline for the glory of God. K To one whose unselfish devotion and exemplary in- ' fluence consistently shows us a life in which the ,J 6 living Messiah reigns. We, the staff, dedicate the 1965 Mzuhlus to . . x Xy W a superb artist, l' a challenging teacher, an exemplary Christian, Dr. Paul I. Willwerth "Take my yoke upon you, and learn ul meg for I am meek and h Il f l t t l I' k lowly of heart: and ye s a int res o your sou s 'or my yo e is easy, and my burden is light." iiiiitiltiiiiiliilitiiieiliiiliil ,l ft vqnlll ii . - Q ' G- K 4 fi t G lf? Qi if ,gy A3 :sfff-14? x r' ,QQ X Grade school days. pm -,Lf e',,,,,," . ' V21 i -1 B :ff 'J I W., , at . F. 13+ T My t ff' , QM, f S .f . Nz I1 0 1?"" lr 4' +'r'1Y"'W"'-if Row One: M. Poole,j. Hunton, L. Spangenberg, E. Mann, E. Croose, K. Pearsall, R. Coslaw. A. Sampson, il. Heckert. Row Two: C. Taylor, H. Cray, Andree, R. Howard, W. Lahue, Patton, F. Flemming, C. Williams. II. Smith, .R . Colden. White, H. Parry, R. Cousins, C. Brown, A. McKenzie. Row Three: Wagner. D. Powell, Parry. E. Har- ris, L. Durkee, G. Reed, F. Spruce, K. Akins, M. Wilson. . I . , , 1 . ,, , 'f' .74 -.- . . f --. , . w, 1 . v . .1 3. , f' q ,.: v T A Board of Trustees Pres. Mann breaks ground for new Architectural drawing of new building which will be named the Edward Mann Student Center. Student Center. I , 1 1- -, A 'f t ' 1' x ' A ,l " X 1 , ' . 1, ,,,- lr , :ln V .?',1. ' A T 3,11 Y T' 1, p., 1 A- 'W If 1 p mf we, -1- 'l f. , ,N I : . if of A' g is gfQ,j.,..,,P ., Q A Q A ...ff-" 7.446 A fi: ff- . - V' cf- . 'i-A-' ' ti, WW . 1 ' 'fi Q. F .Tins S . . , ,ZJFQ , 5 ,.4.p,if5w,f,fNfpf in itzw ...ff me TW mr- . -' ff.. W was -s'r..fw. ,fl YN . .F ,, Fl Q fs' Twill' Y-A is ll , . f aa-,,. MM-r. . , ,, C , .A ...Q , 1 fr . - Nr f 4--TJ: :E ,,,.. 7 N, If ,lg . I nf A ,, Y -N . I M .f"l Xxx J.: A 1 i, ...i s f . - .,.. , T we , C - A. . ,S "?"l1"""P . . e '. ' ei il Q- -. 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Cannell Birdsboro, Penn., A. Harris, Yarmouth, Maine, Young, Silver Springs, Maryland, A. F. Wright, South Portland, Maine, C Cressett, Washington, D.C., Lind, N. Haledon, NJ., N. Price, McLean, Va., P. Tracy, Jamaica, N.Y., R. Dunlop, Skowhegan Maine: K. Ward, Franklin Lakes, NJ., C-. Fraser, N. Warren, Penn., C. Bruce. Plymouth, Mich., M. Mann, Silver Springs, Md. R. Wilfong, Kennett Sq., Penn., B. Gardner, Bloomfield, Conn., D. Fry, Lafayette, N.Y., I.. Shevel, H. Jackson, Canton, Ohio A. Ward, Baltimore, Md., R. Blann, Pikesville, Md. Not pictured: E. Blaisdell, West Somerville, Mass., C. Bopp. Canfield, Ohio C. Brodhead, Stratford, NJ., E. Caspell, Pittsburgh, Penn.,R. Clapp, Syracuse, N.Y., G. Constantine, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., E. Cox Bay Village, Ohio, P. Cunningham, Washington, D.C.,R. Dick, Arlington, Va., D. Fisk, Avon Lake, Ohio, F. Cery, Sr., Broomall Penn., C. Creany, New Bedford, Mass., E. Hall, Wollaston, Mass., W. Hammer, Youngstown, Ohio, H. Harding, Malden, Mass. R. Hess, Endwell, N.Y., Humphreys, Pennsville, NJ., P. Hunt, Fishkill, N.Y., H. Jones, Pleasant Ridge, Mich., Jones, So Portland, Maine, R. Mann, Waterville, Vt., H. Powell, Youngstown, Ohio, R. Schubert, Easton, Pa., R. Spencer, Hollis, N.Y. P. Sprowl, Pittsburgh, Penn., P. Strotman, Bradford, Penn., P. Winsch, Fairview Village, Pa., C. Young, Canton, Ohio. Development Council Statement of Purpose - Development Council The Development Council of Eastern Nazarene College is composed of fifty leading Christian laymen who are committed to the cause of Christian Education, and who believe in the objectives and purposes of Eastern Nazarene College. They are elected by the Board of Trustees of the College, and meet in conjunction with the annual meeting ofthe Trustees. The Development Council is concerned with the growth and development of Eastern Nazarene College. It serves in an advisory capacity to the President and Director of Development, particularly in the areas of public relations, the securing of gifts, annuities, life loans, and bequests, student aid and placement, and student and faculty recruitment. The Development Council has established two half-tuition scholarships, awarded annually to students of good character and scholastic achievement who have elected one of the pre-professional curriculuins as listed in the college catalog. Among many other meaningful activities, the council sponsors annual Development Council dinners in the various areas ofthe Eastern Educational Zone. Chairman - Warren Wilkin I Vice-Chairman - John Warren Secretary - F. M. Johnson I lgl sponsored by trren Lightning Rod Co. i Xlr lohn XX arren. Pres. 41 in .Jr 4 , ' " '. .A .1 q l 'M ' v ist . . :N X v ' 3 , -4115! - x - . ,V-'Nz' x XP . ' V ,'i'?v?",1FYQ' - , V" .3x"7" ir -U" Y vt Hu. 'ISM' ' ,P ' E '1"J'5, 'HQ ,- ' N V . V, fb 'N A urls.. -.-. 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A , ".p.'f11if . f-E , K . f '-...X 5211. ,','i." -V jd" ,wr ' ry Nz., ' .1 ff: 5 N N, Xa A A' 9 ' '- - 5 J xl M, S KL 4 pi .--if r 'Elf iv 11 ' A I " ' 5 -Q 1 w 33 . .f HMS f ,YH , 'V ,N M! . 5 . .nf , ,- u . V . - 14.5 '!hJ,e. 0 . If nj.-Y-. Q-' ' l,'N J .575 2-I C7'Z7,,l?l .fl -+A FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION The accumulated wisdom, insight, and foresight of our faculty and the leader- ship of the administration have stimu- lated us to explore the depths of knowl- edge. As dedicated Christian scholars, they have helped us to unveil many of the mysteries ofthe universe but have left intact our respect for its fundamental mystery. In the quest for the intellectual under- standing of our faith we have often been confused. Our faculty and administra- tion have assured us that behind the enigma of life, which gradually unfolds for us, we may find a pattern and a pur- pose worth the investment of our lives, We have looked to our professional leaders for guidanccg they have not failed us. By precedent and precept they have united the intellectual lilc with the spiritu- al, giving each its proper symmetry. 72 C3 47' -Qll 4?C'1l -c"" -f5Qil v- nova C - 8.919 1'1" s I 9 O I x ' ,.. . 'Ada -Q-E'L.'i'- ' In Memoriam I- -, Edith Pierce Goodnow 'N 'f i 6- , 'Kali , i""'W"'- 6- 'uname M, ,V i,ifJ 1 uf, . V I , l' 1, ' 'j .T ,-ji, I l JA- , A Dedicated Christian, Wife, Mother, and Faculty Member July 4, 1901 - September 20, 1964 5 ,iifiaefi ruff rl ' align ' P' 'nc 4 Our President Speaks to Us: One of the highlights of any college year is the presentation of Handel's !lIc.s'sml1. Although I have heard it many times, each new occasion is equally thrilling and satis- fying. Regardless of the distractions or pressures ofthe day the message of this great oratorio comes through to me each time with renewed significance. Fortunate indeed is the person who opens his heart to the message of 7710 .1Icss1'r1l1 at the same time he is engaged in the pursuit of knowledge. His college career is en- riched and his entire outlook on life is broadened. He is combining his scholastic endeavor with a wholesome appreciation of his Christian faith. The best in education plus the best in our Christian faithn as articulated by Dean Emeritus Bertha Munro has long been the aim of our xlflllll .'l1'11ler. We have no high- er hope for every student at E.N.C. than the adoption of this ideal as a guide for life. "Take His yoke upon you and learn of Him, for He is meek and lowly of heart . . His yoke is easy and His burden is light." Edward S. Mann A t .X.Al.,l.l..15. 13 2 5 .J f md .1 r ,mx MADELINE NOSTRAND NEASE, A.B. Register Emeritus Emeriti JAMES HOUSTON SHRADER, Ph.D Professor Emeritus of Chemistry MARY KISER HARRIS, A.M. ESTHER D. WILLIAMSON Professor Emeritus of French Associate Professor Emeritus of Voice 1. xg NN ff ' I J. 3 Q - . ,F . N X A x s , X V f ' X . X f- if -'- w P 5 f ,, , , In ,V ff be JASPER ROSS NAYLOR, A.M. Director of Admissions DONALD D. STARR, Ph.D. Dean of the College '--... Office of Academic Affairs ALICE MAE WHITING, B.S. Registrar DOROTHY ANN1i'l"l'A KING. NI.l..S.. Iidjl Librarian i 40 ARNOLD GORDON VVETMORE, A.B., B.D. Dean of Students Office of Student Affairs DONALD PAUL BRICKLEY, Ph.D. Director of Guidance l Z GLEN BODEN Head Counselor for Men Y' I AURA MILDRED HAAS, A.B. Head Counselor for Women , 1 ,.,..g , V AQ ff, J A f GRACE EVELYN JETT, R.N. College Nurse in Residence ---. 5 Q 45' .- .. "ffl-1"'t'-A . - ' '7 , v- . ,. .-Q.. . ,-Ag 3.-N f. -.,w.v.'-N. ' -, 'zz 1: , A .-1Q: I -.i ,-,.f,5, r lk: xg.. .11 ,1,.,,yPl:' N . .r . .. 1 'Q4-,. -Y I.. v:,-an . . nk X M-,FLXWP 'N 5 Fix-N f ' V ' - M .' .- ' ' " '2- Lt' I "5-' I 3.4 4. - - .T 'A My , ..'L, , r I as Q' 5.3-Q-, -X .-Y 21. ix, -xslifarf, 'ids-B , 4 W X.. vnfri .Q .' v 5 A, 4 I , 'vQ,.g i. T ,. - 4, M. 4 -4553: . 55 l . f-' .q v 7 ' I ,'N,pv ',"..l ,- s 4 ' 1-' . . . E s-Y. , ' -171 - s -N, -,f,-- ' '- - r. S A , .'. 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X ,g N - - ,V - 'Sw- . - v ' . 4 '-U' 01" LN' Afrif 5 Y 'Y'-.xx -'32, xfcv .9 A-Qu' -gsm- ---- 'L--F-,.'1a.. - , - I -" h . , Us . .-' . Fi, 121'-'P' A z ' H72 -M. W b. .tl ix., ' 0. Y133'-'Q I .qgwf 1 .J90" v. Q QD" '-- g. ' ' - .' F' fi ' . as Q?.!4r .. ,F -4 x -o- I Sqmm 'N'--. I STEPHEN WESLEY NEASE, M,Ed. E1eVelO.P?en'tASS0Ciate and , umm ecre ar Director of Development y HENRY E. HECKERT Development Associate FREDERICK GRANT CROSS, B.D. Office of Develop ment and Publicity my 'L RUSSELL MOLLICA Superintendent of Build and Grounds JAMES LYAL CALHOUN, M.Ed. KENNETH EDWARD SULLIVAN, A.B. Director, News Bureau Manager, E.N.C. Press ings If we -:::!-!!!1rn5"' MM - N3 'r CLARENCE JASPER HAAS, A.B. AUDREY MAY WARD, A.B. Director of Student Aid Office of Finance ROBERT' WILLIAMS IIARIJING Food Service Manager Bookkeeper PAUL EUGENE WELLS, MS. Business Manager '1 v I I V .x,.1 lj mm v ' X. R i l E 'T fx: 9 1 f 20 I Q55 -ill I ii ll Y, a ig 'II 'if A iflll A V 'U' . WILLIAM V. BABCOCK HARVEY S. BLANEY JAMES R. CAMERON A.B., A.M. A.B.,S.T.M.,'1'h.D. A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Biology Professor of Religion Professor of Ilisiory Chairman, Graduate Division of Chairman, Division of Social Sciences Theological Studies EDITH F. COVE, MuS.B., lN1uS.lV1. ROBERT XV. GARDNER Professor ofMus1c LOUISE A. DYGOSKL A.M., Ph-D' A.B.,A.1NI., D.D. I , , l rofessor 0flNll1lllCl11ilIlCS l rofessor of Speech llER'llllA MUNRO, A.B., A.M. KENT COODNOW, A.B., A.M. JOSEPH C. COULD, A.B., A.M.,D.D. Dean Emeritus and Professoroflinglish Professor of German Professor of Religion Chairman, Division of Letters 21 GEORGE R. HORNER A.B., M.A., Dr.U.L. Professor of Anthropology ALVIN H. KAUFFMAN A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy WILBUR H. MULLEN A.B., Th.B., A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy Chairman, Division of Philosophy and Religion JASPER R. NAYLOR B.S., A.M. Professor of Mathematics ALICE SPANGENB ERC A.B., A.M. Professor of English DONALD D. STARR A.B ., Ph. D. Professor of Chemistry Chairman, Division of Natural Sciences WILLIAM L. TAYLOR A.B., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry PAUL I. WILLWERTH A.B., M.Mus., A.Mus.D. Professor of Music Chairman, Division of Fine Arts 1 1 ' -1 l I ? 5 F .u'd.f,g- l .1 is ,' 5 'J 1 1 A 251413 7, iff H V'-n .3 4., Q 'ia .L ,R ,A X wx' ya f " f H xl I 1' JOHN S. RIGDEN A.B., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Physics VIOLET R. C. BALWIT A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Spanish CARROLL F. BRADLEY A.B., M.Ed. Assistant Professor of Physical Education JAMES L. CALHOUN A.B., Th.B., M.Ed. Assistant Professor of English RUTH A. CAMERON A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of English PATRICIA C. FOLEY Mus.B., Mus.M. Assistant Professor of Music EVELYN B. GRAY A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of English ANNA D. GULICK A.B.,A.M. Assistant Professor of French fi' 'iii N1 ROBERT W. HALE JOSEPH H. KNOWLES B.Mus., M.Mus.Ed. A.B., B.D., A.M. Assistant Professor of Voice Assistant Professor of CECIL R. PAUL PSYCh0l0gY Th.B., B.D., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of BRUCE E. PIIILLIPS Psychology A.B., Ph.D. PAUL E' WELLS Assistant Professor offihemistry B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Business ALICE M. WIRIITING, R.S. Administration Registrar 25 Sw, . - ' GWENDULYN E. MANN B.S., M.Ed. Assistant Professor ofEducation JAMES A. SIIEETS A.B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Government XVIIPREII L. WINCIUI' AB., 11.17. Assistant Professor of Religion r,,.... Q' gif" 4 X :- .Z BARCLAY F. WOOD Mus.B., Mus.M. Assistant Professor of Organ JOYCE COX, A.B., M.L.S. Assistant Librarian BARBARA C. FINCH, A.B. Instructor in Secretarial Studies ALLAN CRUBER, A.B. Instructor in Sociology MARY H. HORNER, A.B. Instructor in French ALICE N. KAUFFMAN, A.B. Instructor in English R. RICE NUTTINC Instructor in Organ CARLETON H. SWIFT Instructor in Woodwind Instruments if if 'F ,isa ' K, ,A+ me x gm ALLAN ANDREWS, A.B. JOSEPH BRAIN, B.S., M.A. PAUL E. COSSARD Instructor in Statistics Instructor in Physiology Instructor in Elementary Education WILLIAM H. KEANE Instructor in Elementary ?AUL A' mgRC.E' AB' JOHN MCWANE, M-A. Education Hstfuflof m usmess Instructor in Physics RAYMOND BALTZ GLEN BODEN, B.S. NANCY BAIRD, BS. Athletic Assistant Athletic Assistant Athletic Assistant 27 Assistants all RU PH W. Mi RRS Secretary, Cuidance Office CLARA M. HILLER Head Resident Willow House LILLIAN VVILLW ERTH Assistant Counselor for Women JANE B. LOCKVVOOD A.B. Secretary to the Dean ofthe College ROBERTA MacCALLUM Assistant Bookkeeper RALPH I. MARPLE Supervisor, Mailing Room ANGELA MANN Clerical Assistant ANNIE PRATT Mailing Room Clerk JEAN MULLEN Library Assistant , MARY P. RANKIN, A.B. -'23-- Library Assistant RICHARD L. SCHUSTER A.B., B.S. Assistant to the Librarian SALLY VERBECK Secretary to the Business Manager GLADYS M. SICKEL Cashier and Receptionist BEULAH WILLWERTH Assistant, Development Office DOROTHEA C LINK A.B. Secretary, Office of the President Secretaries ELIZABETH KELLER Secretary to Dean of X Admissions ' . fs PATRICIA WALTERMIRE . Assistant Nurse . . CHARLES DJERF, M.D. Head Physician '- it PAUL I. OSSEN, M.D. Associate Physician GERALDINE BABCOCK Manager, Dugout DONNA L. BOWERS Food Service Assistant PAUL CALVERT Food Service Assistant LOIS M. HARDING Food Service Assistant ROLLAND W. PARSONS M.S. f' Manager, Bookstore k, RUTH H. PARSONS Assistant Manager, Bookstore WILFRED DUCKWORTH Heating Engineer DANIEL HASELTON Maintenance Assistant J 1 ' 'X OLIN A. KLOCK Maintenance Assistant R. ELIZABETH PRATT Head Housekeeper GEORGE E. PRATT Head Custodian Q W - .5 .J . as 41- ,f we t A U1 13' ng, X 'K if f - Ypnv. ur. x34 ' L - ' k . ,J .ax n',.,,'1-' -1 K it at - 4 TL .2f',5,-xg vnu- ,f-'l'lg,Y'5' f". n :.' ,,-vgf, .,.,, A v - ,. -.Abi V , ,vl ri4e,'J.+r,'4gg..1,. '. --aff ' .I 2 ..' ..Jr'hie.4f.' I -fi, 'ak .u 'Qof ,Pg 2 'f:.?"-"fi 'i 'er t- dia.,-L 172. M. N. 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' fu: , - .V M Im. ,,,, . - The student may have books io inform him, instruciors io clzoflenge him, or just a quiet place to recognize the contribution which the past has made to E.N C. and the Izye ofits young men and women . . . ....- f 1.1 1'I.',. v -v---1 ' ' ' . """a a 1 - I e' 'f v Ai WA ff .fy Y f ', X ,' 'T 38 1. V Page sponsored by l"0y,s Market a"Wx 'gi c gk Q f- eff? wi pink fiwk ex, x FQ 1 Q fn - 1' .-.N Magi' ' A 5 ,pn I ni V M L N, bm 1. 4 qi X ? Q' ' L Dr-vw "i. '!1-sh .J-tsl. .fi . 'fi ' -'v " ' . -u id 'fn qmnv, X X. 11' 'T 9. S-f Nw 3 x Ya' T51 'fl I A Infbrmal a'c'bates over pofitics on af! corn- ers ofllze campus . . . 5 -F W Ill :- ?. 1? .' , P ' 1 0 I l h- m .Mx R m X-E.. xi lfzzfffffizz b0111'f1'.s' and IIlIl1'f!J0.X'l'.Y offkr aff f1'f26'.S' nfm'w.s' . , . QIIIBDUD ,.,-f ...KS Ill I n'?' 'loam 'gt it be in the Dugout with f A time ofretaxation, whethe fiends . . . 7 A l. Page sponsored by ii.N.C. Dugout. Q X , r2if'33g' . . A W. - - " S . . . or amongsf s0cz'ez'z'es on Campus Day, 5' deeperzds this bona' ofkllowslzzp . . . M i -if-Cxwlff , 25451,-61 J ' 5944. . , K vu age sponsored by Puritan Donuts. 415 -4- Y5 1 Q.- 'Q uf' 'QM' L.. 1 , if 4 19""f?- ' Y . Hy -as M-lg.. 7,4 4.1: .-an .1-5 if- . .,.' , . ,,' 4 gn 9 -1 '1::fL"'3 'bmi-1,.'f11i6'ii ' ' f f"'- A' 'r."" il am: '--.--.VA n. w. X . - . Q 4 ..,5f..4Qah .L 155 .gn N ,,. ,Q . ,ol "m '- . '1 fl...- 4 ,I , 'I . 4 a :vga ' , ,X ifmvt , , . "'--Y .ed ' "1 L- ANU: on W ff o -ff.-.wrt n. we Q .. WA-fa ' "M -.nh,1zi4f'k.i.Z 1 P2 vA.,. AL Y -.-- B A .- 'Nl Q N' v n h X V Wig' 1 fr 'Au xwrx. Zvi. ' " ' " -A-A - , nw-'40 in fx, 1 ii., P x ff. ' if 4. M-N Q U " 6 L 5-V7 -I X 1 5 L1 e zn the dorms seen m fhe ereatzveness rooms . . . Home zs where fhefm zs . . . seasons are put zrzto aetzon throughout ihe en campus. . . 2- nw Eqsqj , 1 5 , fx , N g 'om ,N -18.0 L ' . , ,,,,,,,,.,,, ,.,.,.... 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X I I ' 1-fn: ff '-Vw: '38-ff 9'w .Mr 2' ,r.2:'1' ii" rw 'wr -' L " ' l , ' 3- ' Q.-1 I, ' -',., fI.," 1 " -.,g - . ' ' - nw uf., Q , Q..,f-.hi Q '- -v Q4 Q, I ky. 4 MIA -. Ifwii I,-li!f:I..' -II-nil "'Ir .A IIII:Ak!,vI.:"L 'J . II O 0 C7 fglj 5670 45 :Z :SBE Who,s Who Eastern Nazarene College is proud herald the election of fourteen students Who if Who Among Students in Amer Unz'versitz'es and Colleges. Election to nationally recognized and distinctive ganization is based upon character, sc arship, extra-curricular activities, sei to the college, and the promise of ft usefulness. The honored students are sented with a certificate of recognition are privileged to wear the official key- symbol of a most distinctive achieve! in college. Eastern Nazarene College congl lates and honors these students for M well done. May they have as succe: a future as their college life has b l N 1 N a Donald Baldwin Genera! Science mw.v4w.m f' 7001 Us ff Judith Best Mathematics hi., 5 my Unit? 'IA -a.. P 40 1 I -AH fn' 1-' Wayne Dunlop Englzslz nw ,-mnvvn MH-,A-a aa! V' "1 ' .wa ' ,,q-U ,qu . --' 4' A-.fm ,va .-an 1.1 . .4 mu- -gzgu . -WM -J, pil' .44 , 'Alt 4 , 5,4-M . ,vnnll rl-V-" ' '- ' nl' 'il' lu . I, ' .., 5, . ,,. . pb' ' t V null' 4.9 gf ' rm I+- . iff. X ' ' o 1 ,f ,S 1 A., .r' .fn pw' , ,l,,. , fl .9114 gr. its 'w " ' ' N. IX? Euan Archibald George Relzgion' Q ,ef 1 I9 Will ffm Q45 H f 04' Mary Harding Biology ,p.,?:', 3 fx M, . ig, ,- ' ,fi .gw,f5'p Pearl Shoff Knight Elementary Education N A 9, ,mg :w,.,-F.. . f-1-44,4 '05 Elaine Horst English J F 9 4 R0bC1T Kovach H :story Ig X- ? 4 :mmm nnsonvnii. Moosim msvoav t " ' N' IX af t, . V l J :Y Q., J . , . .,' - : x,j.'::,.f.y-.- ,gf-w -3 A, ,.,,x,'.'f . ' A . 1 f I 1, My z .fy , 4,. . gn' 'I , Ww?a,,!mIE'P' hl W l 5 .ft Ig 1 - A .4 1 '+I' 'Q fmwi M A H ' 1 1. , X ' 1 , wiv . ,A.-Lx., V X "1 f ' Bm- 'ff' ' ,QQ f Agg., ..,, W, ,,H':,. : . v ,.w ,gift .',. ,' z.. 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V A K I Q AW ,W if -,,,, X 1"-st?-Q E :A'7 1 1 'N 4 I Q 4 8 1 up -E -, , E' 3 4 1. ,, , J ,Q 41' - nun- Elmer Shaw Literature ' VY..-U C I A1 N lux Y YU sa 9 5 , A , W I V -Nwivy, .An-... n john Vangor .Matlzematics f x, 'C' 4 , f 4 'U-,zgx X" Graduate Division The Graduate Division of Theological Studies was created by Faculty action in 1960, following a period of years during which one year of study in Bible and theology was offered beyond the four-year bachelor of arts program. In 1964 the Massachu- setts Board of Collegiate Authority granted the Col- lege the power to confer the degree Master of Arts with concentration in religion. The new graduate program is designed to pre- pare students for various phases of the Christian ministry and foreign missions. While the orienta- tion of the program is primarily that ofthe Church of the Nazarene, the approach has sufficient breadth of coverage and emphasis to serve the interests of those of other denominational affiliation. Active ministers and furloughed missionaries are welcome, as well as qualified students who wish to pursue graduate work in religion without taking the degree. The aim of the curriculum is to encourage Biblical understanding, theological competence, social aware- ness, and practical adaptability. This aim can be brought about only by concern for the whole person -by personal growth and development, the stimula- tion of the mind, the discovery and enlargement of native capabilities, and the energizing of the whole man by the anointing of the Spirit of Cod. EDWARD DRINKWATER BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY The Division believes that the primary task of the Christian and the major instrument for its ac- complishment is the ministry of Codis Word. Train- ing is necessary, and training must be practical as well as academic. The two are interrelated and are integrated within the graduate curriculum. Oppor- tunities exist, and additional opportunities are being sought for student participation in various phases of the work of the Church during graduate study. Master 's Program ..: T -4 'ETB -of Colm Campbell john Coodworth Richard joyce Barry Mohncy Edwin Simpson Thomas hvZilll'l'II1lI'l' David Wi-lls lr, vxl 'x 1 0 3 '..,g,., V -.5 ..g. 1 f , j . IV, ' .1 1 ' ,H s- ' ' '.-' , ' ' 1 . - l.' ff a . U I "f 1 ' 1 41 'v C 'lin X koi -" X Jun, f p -nn' 1 -.wg 1 . ' - ,. --'I 'J I-Tung., A -. H lllf '- , 9 A-5 , . 'ngrx -. . '-U. ' -P , ll 40 U.. T17 , .,..... 1 ,, ..1. 1' ' . -. ".A0.s-. u-H . -'eZ,.1-",-2- ' , bl,-H , , ".,y f ,- an Q lg' I , dln..uH.xl" 'YQ Luv' ,4m.ag,,4:'V' ' C d , i . 1... 'vu' , A. ... 4 ..w'Q" . w 'ng M., l',i,:i -, ' , , 0 IU!! 2 Q ,- . YD" NJ 'Q f., . 1, 1 , - g .V.f" : f' ,fefefgzz VV V-r . nf' .1 . ' iaev gg 'ff 5 - V' iii? -gtfi 5356: a- .L If r,! xy ' ' a1Pgw.'f"'3f, ,.7 t fix.: ff 14: we 3557" Plizw 'fi .Wi-4'AL'.'f.' 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SNEA 3,49 A Cappella Choir 2g Zeta 1-4. DONALD ALLISON A.B. GENERAL LIBERAL ARTS Echoing: Streams of quietness. Resounding: Mansion resident . . . monkey stunts for open house . . . attracted to Maine. Heralding: "Today is yesterday's pupil." Crusader Baseball 4g Sigma 1-4, Basketball 1,4g Evangelistic Assoc. Ig Ministerial Assoc. 4. STEPHEN ANDERSON A.B. BIOLOGY Echoing: Easy-going. Resounding: "Playboy of the Western World" . . . Quincy City Hospital. Heralding: "Let the end try the man . . . There is a history in all men's lives.', JOAN BABSON B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Pleasant casualness. Resounding: Little-girl voice . . . sparkling smile . . . collegiate air. Heralding: "Your wit ambles wellg it goes easily? SNEA 3,4, v.P. 42 Kappa 1-4. DONALD BALDWIN A.B. GENERAL SCIENCE Echoing: Persistent attention to priorities. Resounding: Devoted to studies and Mary Alice . . . obstacle-overcomer . . . Willow llottse recruit. lleralding: "I shall show that the place does not honor the man, but the man the place." Phi Delta 3,4, Pres. 4g Spanish Club 31 Kappa 1-43 Slfhllf 2.3g Evangelistic Assoc. 2,31 Nlinls- terial .Xssoo 2,3g Fitkin Scholarship 3g Develop- ment Fund Scholarship 43 Student Life Commit- tee 4g Who's Who 4. -4 rf! RAYMOND BALTZ A.B. MATHEMATICS Echoing: Nonchalant, Resounding: Crusaders . . . all-tournament player . . . Phys. Ed. teacher. Heralding: "A sound mind and a healthy body lead to richness of life." Dorm Council 39 Sigma 1-4, Baseball 4, Foot- ball 1-4, Volleyball 1, Co-ordinator 2g Crusader Basketball 1-4, Baseball 2,3g Evangelistic Assoc. 1,2. VIOLET BATES A.B. LITERATURE Echoing: Progressive activity. Resounding: Student and grandmother rapid-fire answers . . . no padded paragraphs . . . unofficial lit coach. Heralding: "Knowledge comes but wisdom lingers." MABEL BELL B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Soft-spoken kindness. Resounding: Brave smile . . . cheerful spirit . . . "Coffee or tea?" Heralding: "How far that little candle throws its beams" 8 in the classroom and beyond. SNEA 3,4g Librarian 4g Delta 1-4, Basketball 3,4, Volleyball 3,4. IUDITH BEST B.S. MATHEMATICS Echoing: Versatile. Resounding: Sparkling blue eyes . . . ambition to excel . . . "Judy", Heralding: "Reason and calm judgment, the qualities especially belonging to a leader." Student Council Rep. 4, Campus Camera 4g Dorm Council l,2g Honor Society 1,2g Honor Scholarship 1-43 Choral Union 4, Delta 1-4, Basketball 1-4, Volleyball 1-4, Co-ordinator 1,2g CYF 4g N Club Sportsmanship Award 1g Who's VVh0 4. IUANITA BLINN A.B. ENGLISH Echoing: Faithful student. Resounding: "Repondez s'il vous plaitl" . . . The Maple Leaf Forever . . . "Oh, really?' . . . World traveler - someday ?? Heralding: 'LI am a part of all that I have met." Nautilus Staff3, Lit Ed. 4g Campus Camera 2,3g Honor Society 2g Honor Scholarship, Davidson Scholarship 4g Greenbook Staff 1gSNEA 3,4g Lit-Speech Club 3, Treas. 45 Zeta 1-4, Volleyball lg Evangelistic Assoc. 1,2,3g International Stu- dent Assoc. 1-4, Pres. 4. 1 -I MILDRED BOMBARA A.B. ENGLISH Echoing: Earnestly consistent. Resounding: "Millie" . . . Ready answer - ready smile . . . Books are good friends . . . Minister's wife-to-be. Heralding: i"l'o receive a proper education is the source and root ofall goodness." Lit-Speech Club 4g Choral Union 3, Kappa 3,4. MARY BOSWORTH B.S. MUSIC EDUCATION Echoing: Simple sweetness. Resounding: Reasonableness in everything - even music . . . home girl . . . clarinet. Heralding: "She teacheth music and sweetness." Ilonor Scholarship 2,3,4g Maine District Schol- arship 2g Grossman Scholarship 3,4, SNEA 3, A Cappella Choir 4g Choral Union 3,4g Wind Ensemble 1-4, Kappa 1-4, Basketball 1,25 Evan- gelistic Assoc. 1-4. BEVERLY BOWER B.S. SECONDARY EDUCATION Echoing: Quiet pursuit and congeniality. Resounding: Lessons never late, but "Does she expect us to do all that E", . . . Limitless op- tional reading. Ileraldingz "Let such teach." SNEA 1-4g Lit-Speech Club 4g Kappa 1-4. BRENDA REYNOLDS BROWN A.B. BIOLOGY Echoing: Serious sensibility. Resounding: Quiet smile . . . Southern lass . . . Adept student-wife-mother combination. Heralding: "True to her work, her family and friends." Biology Club 1-4g Mountaineering Club 1-4, Kappa 1-4. ARNOLD CHASE A.B. BIOLOGY Echoing: Non-conformist. Resounding: Practical . . . a man in his ideas, but a boy at heart . . . Bug sandwiches. hot dogs and hot fudge . . . independent f yet Maridel. lleraldingz "flood knowledge is propertyg it is the noblest of all possessions." 67 -9. i "'j"sf JAMES crmw B.S. MATHEMATICS Echoing: Quiet depth. Resounding: The smile that does one good , . . student-husband . . . meteorology and joanne. Heralding: "A contented heart is an even sea in the midst of all storms." Dorm Council 3: Ilonor Scholarship 1: Kappa 1-5: Volleyball 1: Evangelistic Assoc. 1,2,3g Col- lection and Forecasting of Meteorological Data IOANNE SMITH CIIEW B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Persistence. Resounding: Considerate of others . . . bicy- cling . . . "Come over to the apartment any- time." . . . teaching and "Iim." Ileraldingz "How wise must one be to be al- ways kind." SNEA 4: Zeta 1-5: Evangelistic Assoc. 1,2,3. LORETTA CLEMENS A.B. SOCIOLOGY Echoing: Self-forgetfulness. Resounding: Sudden sparkle . . . behind-the- scenes campus leader. Heralding: "O brave new world, that has such people in it Y E Student Council Sec. 4: Campus Camera 3,4: Dorm Council 1-3: Homecoming Court 4: Cho- ral Union 4g Greenbook Staff 1: Mountaineering Club lg Trio 4: Women's Clee Club 2: Wind En- semble 1,2: Sigma 1-4, Cheerleader 1, Volleyball lg Crusader Cheerleader 2,3,4: CYF Sec, 3. GARY COCHRAN A.B. PSYCHOLOGY Echoing: Friendliness. Resounding: Winning personality . . . . mazes for psychology. Alice Ileraldingz "Friendship is the highest degree of perfection in society." MARIDEL COLLOM B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Likable. Resounding: Innate leadership ability . . . Ber- muda side trips . . . "Oh, did you hear?', Ileraldingz 'iSome people never want friends, but I will always accept them." Nautilus Staff 2,3g Class Sec. 4: Dorm Council 2g SNEA 3,4g E.N.C. Internationals 2,3g Sigma 1-4, Sec. 4: Evangelistic Assoc. 1-4: New York District NYPS Scholarship 4: Activities Scholar- ship 1. 68 I1 ALICE COULSON A.B. LITERATURE Echoing: Sensitive warmth. Resounding: Infectious humor . . . "Anyone want to play jacks E"' . . . operatic ability E' Heralding: "flood nature is one ofthe richest fruits ofChristianity." McRonald Scholarship 4g Crossman Scholar- shipg Nautilus Staff 3,4g Campus Camera 2,3,4g SNEA 1-4g Spanish Club 1-4g Mountaineering Club 13 Women's Clee Club lg Choral Union 1, 2, Zeta 1-43 Evangelistic Assoc. 1. NANCY CRAFT B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Energetic. Resounding: Contagious giggles . . . Bob New- hart in the elementary school? . . , a "de- pendable" girl . . .the latest in style . . . "Crafty". Heralding: "A winkle, a twinkle, a grin, you might guess it's mischief she's in," SNEA 4, Sigma 1-4, Basketball 1,2, Softball 1 2, Cheerleader 1,2g Evangelistic Assoc. v VICTOR CROSBY A.B. MATHEMATICS Echoing: Loyal to ideals. Resounding: Dependable Delta . . . spirit of Maine . . . interest in numbers. Ileraldingz "Heaven does not choose its elect from among the great and wealth." SNEA 5g Delta 1-4, Treas. 5, Basketball 1-5, Baseball 1-5, Volleyball 2,3g CYF 1-3, Evange- listic Assoc. I-5. ANDREA DAHLSTRAND B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Optimistic. Resounding: Trusting and trustworthy . . . "It doesn't challenge me. . .' '... the work will get done . . . "Ande". Heralding: "Love begins when we wish to serve others." Ilonor Society 4g Scholarship 1-4g SNEA 3,4g Lit-Speech Club 3g Zeta 1-4g Evangelistic Assoc. 1,2. FRANCES DESMOND A.B. SOCIAL SCIENCE OPTION Echoing: Stable sell-assurance. Resounding: Integration of studies and Iohn . . . psychological perceptivity. lleralding: "Knowledge with common sense is wisdom." SNEA 4g X1'onicn's Clee Club Ig Sigma 1-41 CYl" 1-4, Evangelistic Assoc. 1-43 Crossnian Scholarship 2g llonor Roll. 60 2. jOH N DESMOND A.B. RELIGION Echoing: Persistent. Resounding: English accent . . . conversation- alist . . . chapel guardian. Heralding: "Ile only is a well-made man who has a good determination." Campus Camera 3,4g Dorm Council 23 Men's Glee Club 1,2g Crusader Soccer 4g Sigma 1-43 CYF 1-43 Evangelistic Assoc. 1-43 Ministerial Assoc. 1-4. PAUL DICKSON A.B. SOCIAL SCIENCE OPTION Echoing: Sincere worker. Resounding: Friendly smile . . . Navy chaplain and Glenna. Heralding: "Resolved, never to do anything which I should be afraid to do if it were the last hour of my life." Evangelistic Assoc. 3,4g Ministerial Assoc. 3,4. VIRGINIA DOUGLAS B.S. MUSIC EDUCATION Echoing: The artistic musician. Resounding: Blond hair . ..lucid blue eyes . . . church soloist . . . poster magic . . . i'jini". Heralding: "Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard are sweeter." Nautilus Staff3,4g A Cappella Choir 1-4g Choral Union 1-4g Zeta 1-4g SFMF 3g Evangelistic As- soc. 2,3. BONNIE DUNBAR B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Warm smile. Resounding: Summers on Cape Cod . . . a V.W .... a trip to sunny California . . . beautiful eyes. Heralding: "In the sweetness of friendship let there be laughter and sharing of pleasures." SNEA 2,3,4g Kappa 1-4. CAROLYN DUNCAN A.B. PSYCHOLOGY Echoing: Self-actualization. Resounding: Married student . . . "psychology and existentialismu . . . notes on "Bobbie's" car. Heralding: "Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves." Choral Union 1. 70 WAYNE DUNLOP A.B. ENGLISH Echoing: Self-confident poise. Resounding: lmpeccable diction . . . English Department aide . . . Willow llouseChaplain. Heralding: "What I have done is due to patient thought." Student Council 3, V.P.,4g Nautilus Staff 5g Class Treas. 2, Pres. 3,5g Grossman Scholarship 4g SNEA 5g Lit-Speech Club 4, V.l'. 55 Trumpet Trio 3g Men's Clee Club 2,3g Evangelistic Assoc. 1-4g VVh0's VVho 5. EILEEN HUNTER ELDER B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Poise. Resounding: Dependable . . . enthusiastic les- sons . . . clever devices . . . newly wed . . . our loss, Kentucky's gain. Heralding: i'Tis good to be merry and wise." CHARLES ELOFSON A.B. RELIGION Echoing: Questioning historian. Resounding: Faithful worker . . . solid friend. Heralding: "Go slow, questiong and you are stronger in the end." GEORGE FITZGERALD A.B. SOCIAL SCIENCE OPTION Echoing: Pensive, quiet thoughtfulness. Resounding: Sharing in group discussions . . . congenial co-operation . . . empathy for others. Heralding: 'iMen of few words are the best men." Northeastern University 1,29 Delta 3,4g Full Tuition Scholarship fSpinney Fund, Hawkes Fundj. LOWELL FLANDERS A.B. HISTORY Echoing: joketeller. Resounding: Dramatic delivery and spirit . . . a determined bachelor with occasional weak- nesses. lleralding: 'lend your ears and l will speak." Tl VIRGINIA FORD B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Careful neatness. Resounding: A "Keene" girl . . . quietindustry . . . gay laugh. Heralding: "Ease of heart her very look con- veyed." Campus Camera lg SNEA 4,5g Choral Union 2-5, Kappa 1-5: Cheerleader 1,2g Evangelistic Assoc. 1. JAMES FORSYTHE A.B. HISTORY Echoing: Intellectual curiosity. Resounding: Historian . . . library foyer inhab- itant . . . search for truth. Heralding: i"l'he so-called self-made man is the man who has seized his opportunities, and those given him by circumstances, and has made use ofthemf' SHARON GARDNER B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Unconditional enthusiasm. Resounding: "Yep, I do." . . . Do it well or not at all . . . magic markers. Heralding: "Good actions crown themselves with lasting joys." Campus Camera 3g Class Sec. 2, V.P. 3, Dorm Council 1,2g Greenbook Staff 13 SN EA 2-4g Zeta 1-4, Cheerleader 1, Volleyball 1,24 CYF 3,4g Evangelistic Assoc. 1,2. ARCHIBALD GEORGE A.B. RELIGION Echoing: Scholar. Resounding: A man called by God . . . burning the midnight oil . . . loving heart . . . keen mind . . . attendant at state hospital. Heralding: "Where He leads me I will follow." Phi Delta 3,4, Chaplain 45 Zeta 1-4g Evangelistic Assoc. 1-45 Ministerial Assoc. 1-4, Pres.3gC.R.A. 3,4g Who's Who 4. ROLAND GIBSON A.B. GENERAL LIBERAL ARTS Echoing: Stalwart Christian. Resounding: Hearty laugh . . . good listener . . . NOK you freshmen - left, right, left, right!" . . . 6:30 A.M. prayers. 1 Heralding: "Man of men and man of God., Class Pres. 2: Dorm Council Pres. 2, Zeta 1-4, Softball 1: SFMF 1-3: Evangelistic Assoc. 1-3: Ministerial Assoc. 1-3. 72 BETTY GLASSFORD B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Qiuiet persistence. Resounding: Clistening dark hair and sparkling smile . . . time for people . . . pleasantness . . . praise. Heralding: 'iHer conduct regular, her mirth re- fined." SNEA 2,3, Sec.-Treas. 4g Biology Club 1, Kap- pa 1-4. DAVID GLUSKER A.B. PSYCHOLOGY Echoing: Reserved outgoingness. Resounding: Minister . . . dedicated to his work and home . . . personal worker. Heralding: "Progress is the activity of today and the assurance of tomorrow." CAROLYN GRAY A.B. BIOLOGY Echoing: Energetic determination. Resounding: There she goes - running! . . . expressing self with enthusiasm . . . "Going to the Dugout?" . . . Zeta's star athlete. Heralding: HI will not be moved." Dorm Council 3, Sec. 45 Biology Club 3,4g Mountaineering Club 1g Zeta 1-4, Co-ordinator 3, Basketball 1-4, Volleyball 1-4g CYF 1-4, Sec. 4, SFMF 1-4, Sec. 4, Ministerial Assoc. 1-43 C.R.A. 4, Sec. 4g Pittsburgh District Scholarship 3, Fitkins Scholarship 4. JON GRAY A.B. RELIGION Echoing. Zealous preacher. Resounding: Holding revivals in Maine . . . a home with Nancy . . . an evangelist? Heralding: "Would help others out of fellow feeling." DENNIS CREENWOOD A.B. ENCLISII -SPEECH lnchoing: Light-hearted. Resounding: Friendly smile . . . painter . . . Judy and marriage . . , one of the "Brothers Four" . . . 'illow are you going to do that assignment E' " Ileralding: llelping the speechless speak. 73 H sf' CAROL ANN HAMILTON A.B. ENGLISH-SPEECH Echoing: Cheerful perseverance. Resounding: Dorm Mother's right hand . . . patiently surmounting difficulties . . . "The Boy with a Cart." lleralding: "To speak much is one thing, to speak well is another." Nautilus Staff 4, SNEA 3,4g Lit-Speech Club 3,4g Zeta 1-4. MARY HARDINC A.B. BIOLOGY Echoing: Energetic organizer. Resounding: Bustling energy . . . "All twenty- four frogs went bad ?" Heralding: 'iWhen love and skill work together, expect a masterpiece." Student Council 4g Nautilus Editor 4g Honor Scholarship 1-4g Greenbook Staff lg SNEA 4, Phi Delta 4g Biology Club 1-43 A Cappella Choir 1-4, Choral Union 1,33 Zeta 1-4, Basketball 1-4, Volleyball 1,3g Evangelistic Assoc. 1-43 A. M. Babcock Scholarship 4g Who's Who 4. HALSEY HASELTON B.S. PHYSICS Echoing: Disciplined. Resounding: "Be done with this cab in a minute . . . automotives man . . . Halsey's portable library . . . conscientious physicist. Heralding: "Honor and truth and manhood - these are the things that stand." Chemistry-Physics Club 44 Delta 1-5, Baseball 1. BEVERLY MOBBS HOLLOWAY A.B. SOCIAL SCIENCE Echoing: Sympathetic. Resounding: Student-wife-mother . . . "Pete makes the best subs." . . . promising social worker. Heralding: "No dangers frighten her, no labors tire." SNEA 2,3g Women's Clee Club 1g Kappa 1-4g SFMF 4g Evangelistic Assoc. 1-4g Psychology Club 5. ELAINE HORST A.B. ENGLISH Echoing: Self-direction. Resounding: Posters by EPH . . . "And heshall be like a tree." . . . room check and sign out box . . . a capital roommate . . . delicate af- fection. Heralding: "Few things are impossible to dili- gence and skill." Student Council 3g Nautilus Editor 3g Campus Camera 3g Phi Delta 2-4g Honor Scholarship 1-4g Greenbook Associate Editor lg SNEA 3,45 Zeta 1-4g CYF 2g Who's Who 4. RICHARD HORST B.S. PHYSICS Echoing: Endowed with natural ability. Resounding: Diversified interests . . this year . . . Messiah practices. Heralding: "Be not simply good, but good for something." DALE HULL A.B. SOCIAL SCIENCE Echoing: Perseverance. Resounding: Tall, blond Canadian . . . hockey enthusiast. Heralding: "The world steps aside for a man who knows where he's going." Crusader Hockey 1-3: Delta 1-4, Football 1. NANCY HUNTER A.B. PSYCHOLOGY Echoing: Quietly self-reliant. Resounding: Twinkling humor . . . diligent stu- dent . . . Psych class assistant. Heralding: "A million candles have burned themselves out: still I read on." Honor Scholarship 1: Greenbook Staff I: SNEA 3: Biology Club l,2: Chemistry-Physics Club 1, 2: Psychology Club 4: Zeta I-4, Sec. 4: Gross- man Scholarship: Albany District Scholarship. Echoing: Compassion. CONRAD JOHANSON A.B. CHEMISTRY Echoing: Qfuiet, consistent application. Resounding: Student of the sciences . . . unas- suming helpfulness . . . deliberate precision. Heralding: "Wisely and slow: they stumble that run fast." Nautilus Staff 5: Class 'l'reas. 5: Phi Delta 2: Diecrhiff Scholarship 3: Delta 1-4, Basketball 1, 4,5, Baseball 4, Football 4. RUTH ANN JONES A.B. SOCIOLOGY Resounding: Feminine mission team leader . . . "Newton" and other squirrels . . . shot through with t1upid's arrow. Ileralding: "With words and people and love you move at ease." Student Council I: Campus Camera 2: Class Sec. 3: Creenlmok Staff 1: llomecoming Court 3,4: Delta 1-4, Iiasketball 3, Sec. 2, Y.l'. 3: Evangelistic Assoc. 1-4: C.li.A. 3. Ye 0- ' "'-17" K 6 JUNE BARNER KLINEFELTER A.B. BIOLOGY Echoing: Bouncy pleasantness. Resounding: Eager to learn . . . another triple- role student-wife-mother . . . frog projects. Heralding: "It is a little stream which flows softly, but it freshens everything along its course." Dorm Council 2,33 Women's Glee Club 1,2, Sigma 1-4, Basketball 1-4, Volleyball 1-4, Evan- gelistic Assoc. 1,3. PEARL SHOFF KNIGHT B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Quick efficiency. Resounding: Hearty laugh . . . jim and home duties . . . scholastic drive. Heralding: "Where there is a will, there are twenty ways." Student Council 3, Nautilus Assistant Editor 4, Phi Delta 2-4, SNEA 3,4, Lit-Speech Club 3,4, Chemistry-Physics Club 2, Sigma 1-4, Basketball 3, Volleyball 3, Sec. 2, Student Council Rep. 3, Chemistry Achievement Award 1, Who's Who 4, Honor Scholarship 1-4. ROBERT KOVACH A.B. HISTORY Echoing: Expressed reflections. Resounding: UI think your point is well-taken." . . . history and lit cannot compare . . . din- ing hall gadfly . . . JoAnn. Heralding: "Historian of fine conscience." Student Countil Pres. 3, Honor Society 3, Honor Scholarship 1-3, Debate 1, Greenbook Staff 1, Mountaineering Club 1, Choral Union 4, Kappa 1-4, Basketball 3, Baseball 2,3, Volleyball 1, CYF Pres. 2, SFMF 1,2, Evangelistic Assoc. 1,23 Ministerial Assoc. 1, C.R.A. 3, Who's Who 4. IUDITH LAPE B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Gentillesse. Resounding: Poised manner . . . trim dress and coiffure . . . precise melodies. Heralding: "Of manner gentle, of affection mild.', Dorm Council 3, SNEA 3,4, Homecoming Court 3,4, Choral Union 4, Wind Ensemble 1, 2, Crusader Cheerleader 3, Zeta 1-4, Cheerleader l,2, Volleyball 1,2, Evangelistic Assoc. 1-3. RONALD LEWIS A.B. SOCIOLOGY Echoing: Deliberate. Resounding: Crusader baseball and "Red Sox" . . . 'Tremont Temple . . . Holbrook and homecoming. Heralding: "They're only truly great who are truly good." Crusader Baseball 1,3,4, Hockey 3, Kappa 1-4, Basketball 1, Football 2, Co-ordinator 3, Evan- gelistic Assoc. 1,2. 76 v si? eat A DAVID LLOYD A.B. HISTORY Echoing: Indefatigable student. Resounding: Deliberate class-spokesman . . . cosmopolitan interests . . . invincible smile. Heralding: "High erected thoughts seated in a heart of courtesy." Phi Delta 4: Honor .Scholarship 4g Grossman Scholarship: Zeta 1-4, Basketball lg Democratic Club 4. ADENA LOCKE A.B. MODERN LANGUAGES Echoing: Competent athlete. Resounding: Casual but genuine . . . tri-lingual ability . . . love for Vermont and good times. Heralding: "In all these things more than conqueror." Pep Band 3g Crusader Basketball 4: Kappa 1-4, Basketball 1-4, Volleyball 1-4, Co-ordinator 3. BARBARA HOLLAND LONG B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Warm sincerity. Resounding: The "long" road to Africa. Heralding: Devout . . . ready conversation . . . genuine kindness. SNEA 4,5g Women's Glee Club 1,25 Delta 1-5g SFMF 1-55 Evangelistic Assoc. 1-4. CHARLES LUNN B. MUS. MUSIC EDUCATION Echoing: Casual. Resounding: Green is my favorite color . . . transient Baltimorean . . . majors in the tenor clef. . . the well-dressed man. Heralding: 'fMusic hath charms, we all may find, ingratiate deeply with the mind." Quartet 1-3g A Cappella Choir 1-5: Choral Un- ion 1-5g Wind Ensemble 3g Pep Band 2: Sigma 1-5: Evangelistic Assoc. 1-3. E. LEWIS MacLEAN A.B. RELIGION Echoing: Cheerful helper. Resoundlng: 'lalkative . . . understanding others .... f Kd Building clean-up man . . . Easton Church . . . "lietty". Heralding: "Abide in the vine and bring forth fruit." Dorm Council 2,4g Delta 1-53 Evangelistic As- soc. 1,2g Ministerial Assoc. 1-5. II 1 NORMAN MacLEOD A.B. SOCIAL SCIENCE OPTION Echoing: Reflective openmindedness. Resounding: Teasing . . . hockey rink . . . Canadian friends. Heralding: "III cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way." Campus Camera 5, Hockey 2-5: Kappa 1-5, Basketball 5, Baseball 4,53 Football 5, Volley- ball, Democratic Club 5. DONNA MacLEOD B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Gentle reserve. Resounding: Shining black hair and warm smile . . . "sober, steadfast, and demure". Heralding: 'SI love her for her smile, her looks, her way of speaking quietly." Campus Camera 4g Greenbook Staff 1: SNEA 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Homecoming Court 4, Cho- ral Union 4g Sigma 1-4, Basketball 1,2, Cheer- leader 1,2, Volleyball 1,2,3, V.P. 2, Sec. 3, Evangelistic Assoc. 2,3. RICHARD MacLEOD A.B. SOCIAL SCIENCE OPTION Echoing: Heartiness. Resounding: Hockey and golf. . . "Peg" . . off-campus but well know. Heralding: Success by sheer merit. Kappa 1-4, Basketball 3,4, Football l,2gHockey 1-4. WILLIAM MCALLISTER A.B. GENERAL SCIENCE Echoing: Sincere concern. Resounding: Good listener . . . witty repartee . . . the sports car personality . . . triumph- ant. Heralding: g'Wit makes its own welcome, and levels all distinctions." ji-:Rom McCLOY A.B. MATHEMATICS Echoing: Calculated achievements. Resounding: Philly accent . . . mathematician and Crusader top notch. . .with college comes maturity and "Marti". Heralding: "He who endures with patience is a conqueror." Crusader Basketball 1-4. 78 Q" DOLOR ES McGEE A.B. PSYCHOIDCY Echoing: Unassuming sophistication. Resounding: Spange's second floor psychologist . . . "Bell, Book and Couch" . . . fresh from Vogue. Heralding: 'iBut strength of mind is exercise, not rest." Dorm Council 1,3g Debate 43 Biology Club 1-3: Chemistry-Physics Club 1: Choral Union 3: Zeta 1-4: CYF 1,2g Evangelistic Assoc. 1,2,3. DAVID McGOWAN A.B. PSYCHOLOGY Echoing: Individuality. Resounding: Impetuous speaker . . . hockeyen- thusiast . . . B.C. for graduate school. Heralding: "A mind of my own is my most prized possession." Campus Camera 4: Chemistry-Physics Club 1,3: Psychology Club 4: Crusader Baseball 3: Hock- ey 1-4: Kappa 1-43 Baseball 1,2, Football 3,4g Quincy junior College 1. LAWRENCE MALONEY A.B. HISTORY Echoing: Quietly pensive. Resounding: Married student . . . expressive eyes . . . jovial spirit. Heralding: "The day is always his who works in it with serenity and great aims." SYLVIA MANNA B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Sparkling winsomeness. Resounding: Big, brown, bright eyes . . . quick smile . . . rich memories from visit in Europe. Heralding: "I am glad to learn, in order thatl may teach." Nautilus Staff 3,4g Iionor Scholarship 1-43 SNEA 3,4g Lit-Speech Club 3,4g Zeta 1-4. RICHARD MENSLAGE A.B. GERMAN Echoing: Gift of gab. Resounding: Travel abroad . . . B.U. German Club . . . language as knowledge. Heralding: "l'm armed with more than com- plete steel - the justice of my quarrel." Grossman Scholarship 3: S. II. Couch Go. Schol- arship 2,3g Massachusetts Education Scholar- ship 2g Kappa 1-3. 79 companied with noble thoughts." VALIN DA MILLER A.B. MATHEMATICS Echoing: Pleasant spirit. Resounding: Loquacious redhead . . . mischie- vous twinkle in her eye . . . gay night owl . . . at ease with numbers. Heralding: "A good laugh is sunshine in a house." Nautilus Staff 4g Campus Camera 4, Honor Scholarship l-4, Zeta 1-4, V.P. 4. BERT MOB LEY B.S. PHYSICS Echoing: Qiuiet industry. Resounding: Indispensable lab assistant would like to join the P.T.A. Heralding: "They are never alone that are ac Student Council Treas. 4, V.P. 5, Class Treas. 3, Honor Society 1,23 Delta 2-53 Development Council Scholarship 3,4, Lillia Babbit Hyde Scholarship 5, Who's Who 5. VIVIAN MONK A.B. LITERATURE Echoing: Pert and merry. Resounding: Profound and philosophical . . . undying optimism . . . ready to help. Heralding: "The inner half of every cloud is bright and shining." SNEA 4, Lit-Speech Club 3,4g Zeta 3,4, CYF 4,5. CAROL TUPPER MORRISON B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Gracious perfection. Resounding: There is sunshine in her hair . . . a good roommate- a better wife . . . Mo's Queen. Heralding: "Grace was in all her steps, in every gesture, dignity and love." SNEA 3,4g Homecoming Court 4,5 QQueen 55, Trio 1-4, A Cappella Choir 1,23 Choral Union 1,33 Kappa 1-53 SFMS l,2g Evangelistic Assoc. 1-4. KENNETH MORRISON A.B. RELIGION Echoing: Cenuinely warm. Resounding: "Mo and the Queen" . . . tallCru- sader . . . loping gait. Heralding: "A Christian is God Almighty's gentleman." Nautilus Staff 3, Campus Camera 4g Dorm Councils 3,4g Men's Clee Club 3g Kappa 1-5, Basketball 5, Baseball 1-5, Football 3-5, Volley- ball 1,2, Co-ordinator 2,3, Crusader Basketball 2-5, Baseball 2,3g Evangelistic Assoc. 1-5g Minis- terial Assoc. 3-5, C.R.A. 4. ROBERT MORRISON B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Resolute. Resounding: Flashing dark eyes . . . student- husband-father . . . light-hearted, yet devoted. Heralding: "There was all the world and his wife." JOHN NIELSON A B RELIGION Echoing Imperturbable. Resounding: Thinking with depth . . . conserv- ative . . . library duties . . . quartet tenor . . . L'Bud." Heralding: "They can who think they can." Class Pres. 3, Treas. 2g Greenbook Staff lg Cru- sader Quartet 2,3,4g Men's Clee Club 1-4gChoral Union 1-43 Delta 1-4g CYF X'.P. 3, Pres. 4g C.R.A. 3,4g Campus Republican Club Pres. 4g Who,s Who 4. JEAN CARPENTER O'DELL B.MUS. MUSIC EDUCATION Echoing: Thoughtfulness. Resounding: Everyone,s accompanist . . . "Woody's wifeg" a baby carriage . . . piano, books, and Dugout breakfasts. Heralding: "Purpose is what gives life a mean- ing." ANNE WHITTACRE PATCH B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Spirited charm. Resounding: Laughing eyes . . . Virginia belle - with backbone . . . "Brad' '...' 'HV' ala Southern drawl. Heralding: "She is easy to walk with and witty to talk with, and pleasant, too, to think on." SNEA 2,3,4g Biology Club Ig Mountaineering Clubg Crusader Cheerleader 3g Zeta I-4, Cheer- leader 2g CYF 1-4, V.P. 2g Evangelistic Assoc. ROBERTA PAUL A.B. SOCIAL SCIENCE OPTION Echoing: Warmhearted determination. Resounding: Positive search for truth . . . deep- ly interested in people . . . Taxi, anyone 2' Heralding: "'I'o serve the present age, my call- ing to fulfill." Women's Clee Club 43 Choral Union 33 feta I-5, Basketball 4g Evangelistic Assoc. 23 Psychology Club 1. 81 . 1 jig. y,-.?,gi.A,-V. 3. , 6'2" g--J JEAN PEARSON B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Diligent. Resounding: Talented pianist . . . humble steadiness. Heralding: "I love tranquil solitude and such society as is quiet, wise, and good." SNEA 2,3,4g Kappa 1-4. SANDRA PIERCE B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Radiant energy. Resounding: Bubbling enthusiasm . . . out- going winsomeness . . . Brother Paul. Heralding: "She puts her heart in all she does." Campus Camera 4: Dorm Council 13 Honor Scholarship 2,3,4g SNEA 2,3, Sec.-Treas. 4: Mountaineering Club lg Crusader Cheerleader3g Zeta 1-4, Basketball 1,2, Cheerleader 1,2,Volley- ball 1,2,3g CYF 4: Evangelistic Assoc. 1,2,3g Pittsburgh District Scholarship 2,4, Kauffman Scholarship 3, Who's Who 4. Echoing: Spontaneity. ROBERT PUTNAM A.B. RELIGION Echoing: Serious. Resounding: Obliging pleasantness . . . faithful to duty. Heralding: "He who seeks to serve another, best serves himself." Biology Club 1,2,3g Men's Clee Club 2, Zeta 1-5, Evangelistic Assoc. 1-55 Ministerial Assoc. 1-5. MARY RAGONESE B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Resounding: Queen Mary . . . sunny Italian . . . gracious . . . "Hithere!" . . . 'lRags." Heralding: "Love is always lovely." Dorm Council lg SNEA 3,43 Mountaineering Club Sec. 2g Homecoming Queen 4, Trio 4g Wo- men's Clee Club 1,2,3g Choral Union 1,23 Zeta 1-4, V.P. 2: Evangelistic Assoc. 1-4. HOMER RANDALL A.B. MATHEMATICS Echoing: Ambitious mathematician. Resounding: Math problems . . . life at home . . . self-reliance. Heralding: "There can be no persevering indus- try without a deep sense of the value of time." Nyack Missionary College 1,2g Kappa 3,4. 82 WILLIAM RIGDEN B.MUS. MUSIC EDUCATION Echoing: Sharp-witted humor. Resounding: "Billie" and the 'l'wirp Week auc- tion . . . one of Connor's kids . . . to sing and sing some more . . . Charlie and I. Heralding: "Music hath charms to soothe a savage beast, to soften rocks, or bend a matted oak." Men's Clee Club 3,4g-A Cappella Choir 1-5, Choral Union 1-55 Kappa 1-5. GLEN ROSE B.S. PHYSICS Echoing: Patient industry. Resounding: Inspired by Munro llall's joy . . . sharp mathematician with artistic skill... hobby in photography. Heralding: "True to his work, his words, his friends." Crusader Baseball 1,3,5g Kappa 1-5, Council 2, Basketball 1-5, Football 4,5g Evangelistic Assoc. 1,3. JOHN RUUSKA A.B. LITERATURE Echoing: Progressive. Resounding: Modestly proud father . . . foyer discussions . . . quiet reflectiveness. Heralding: "For manners are not idle, but the fruit of loyal nature and of noble mind." ELMER SHAW A.B. LITERATURE Echoing: Campus critic. Resounding: Dating and women are folly until your last year! . . . teasing playfulness . . . vitalizing English and Lit. Heralding: mln all arts in which the arts excel, Nature's chief masterpiece is writing well." Student Council 2,3g Lit-Speech Club 3,4,5g Nau- tilus Associate Editor 2, Editor 3, Campus Cam- era 2,3,4g Class Officer 2,3g Zeta 1-5, Evange- listic Assoc. 1,2,3g Who's Who 4,5. DORIS SIIETLER B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Sweet simplicity. Resounding: "You know" . . . Dinner Bell steady . . . bubbling giggles. Heralding: "A girl to brighten up the way, not too solemn and not too gay." llonor Scholarship 1,2g SNEA 5g Spanish Club 4, Mountaineering Club 2,33 Sigma 1-5, Cheer- leader 1, Sl"Ml" 1,23 Evangelistic Assoc. 1,2,3,5. 83 .f,:.,... I 011-' MARLENE HEBETS SHOBERT B.MUS. MUSIC EDUCATION Echoing: Unparaded perfection. Resounding: Tender-natured . . . pleasant smile . . . Larry's wife. Heralding: "Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life." KENNETH SMITH A.B. SOCIAL SCIENCE OPTION Echoing: Urbane individuality. Resounding: Tall and friendly . . . subtle humor. Heralding: "A proper man, as one shall see in a summer's day." Dorm Council 2,3g Creenbook Staff 15 Moun- taineering Club 1,2g Kappa 1-4, Chaplain 2g C.R.A. 2,3. MARTHA SMITH B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Energy unconsumed. Resounding: Vivacious . . .jerry's cheerleader . . . mellow alto . . . 'LMy heart!" . . . "Ya- ba daba doo !" Heralding: "It's a merry heart that has many friends." Campus Camera 2,33 SNEA 4g Trio 1-3, A Cap- pella Choir lg Choral Union 1-4g Delta 1-4, Basketball 1-3, Volleyball 1-3, Co-ordinator 3g Evangelistic Assoc. 1-3. RUTH SMITH B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Quiet individuality. Resounding: Life struggle - denims vs. dresses . . . "the kitten look" . . .jaunty "David" Heralding: "He only is bright that shines by himself." SNEA 3, Pres. 45 Sigma 1-4. THOMAS SNYD ER A.B. MATHEMATICS Echoing: Quietly disciplined. Resounding: The mind ofa mathematician . . 'iSylvester Yardgainer' and Company. . . One of the Parsons gang. Heralding: "There is likewise a reward for faith- ful silence." Campus Camera 3g SNEA 5g Crusader Base- ball 3,4,5g Delta 1-5g Basketball 2,3, Baseball 2, Volleyball 1,2, Co-ordinator 3g Evangelistic As- soc. I. 84 RUTH ANN STETSON A.B. LITERATURE Echoing: Perceptive understanding. Resounding: Warm heart and busy brain . . . efficiency par excellence . . . Dr. "Ron." Heralding: "Who with a natural instinct to dis- cern what knowledge can perform, is diligent to learn." Student Council Sec. 3: Nautilus Staff 4: Campus Camera 2,33 Class S.C. Rep, 3, V.P, 4: Dorm Council Pres. lg Phi Delta 2,4g Honor Scholar- ship 1-4g Debate 1: Greenbook Editor 1: Zeta I-45 Evangelistic Assoc. 2,4: Who's Who 4. Echoing: Thoughtfully candid. DALE STOTLER A.B. RELIGION Echoing: Good-natured and sincere. Resounding: Another one of the uparson' group . . . Capitol Super Market team. Heralding: "What he has he gives: what he thinks he shows. " LENA SUMNER B.S ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Resounding: Avid reader . . . snappy leg swing . . . "Floydie." Heralding: 'iFirst say to yourself what you would beg then do what you have to do." Nautilus Staff 4: Honor Scholarship 1 4 SNIA 3,4: Lit-Speech Club 3,43 Zeta 1-4. BARBARA SWIFT A.B. ENGLISH Echoing: Faith undaunted. Resounding: Prolific pen . . . imaginative spell- er . . . walks in the woods . . . ready cheer . . . "Barb" Heralding: UA mind not to be changed by place or time." Nautilus Staff 4: Campus Camera 3g Honor Scholarship 1-4: SNEA 4g Delta I-4g CYF 1-45 SFMF 4: Evangelistic Assoc. 1. PATRICIA SWIFT B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: llelpful dependability, Resounding: Making curtains . . . altering dresses . . . patching slacks . . , knitting in- structor . . . dormitory pranks . . . "Spangc" dt-sk . . , getting to know the fel- lows . . . "Swilty." lleraldingi "'l'o guide small steps that follow." SNEA 4, Chaplain 5: Delta I-5: CYP 1-5: livan- gelistic Assoc. 1-5: Washington District Scholar- ship 2,4. H5 WAYNE TEUBNER A.B. SOCIAL SCIENCE OPTION Echoing: Ladies' man. Resounding: Chauffeur. . .warm smile . . . Dugout regular. Heralding: "For a man by nothing is so well arrayed as by his manners." Lit-Speech Club lg Biology Club 2,3g Mountain- eering Club 1-4, Trio or Quartet 1, Men's Clee Club 1,2g Choral Union 1,23 Delta 1-4, Volley- ball 1,2g CYF 1-4, Evangelistic Assoc. I-4, Ski Club. JOHN VANGOR A.B. MATHEMATICS Echoing: Philosophical intensity. Resounding: Campus Camera deadlines . . . man with responsibility. Heralding: 'iIn every affair consider what pre- cedes and what follows, and then undertake it." Student Council 4g Campus Camera Editor 4, Phi Delta 1,23 Honor Scholarship 1-4, Sigma 1-4g Head of Student Tutor Service 2, Who's Who 4. NINA WARREN B.S. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Echoing: Considerate. Resounding: Ruggles Street regular . . . librari- an... V.W. with suntop. Heralding: "Be not the first by whom the new is tried, nor yet the last to lay the old aside." Nautilus Staff 4g Greenbook StalI1gSNEA 3,4g Delta 1-4, Basketball 1-4, Volleyball 1-4. RUTH FARRAR WHITEHEAD A.B. ENGLISH Echoing: Delicate charm. Resounding: Double duties: student and wife . . . la blonde petite. Heralding: "Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low, an excellent thing in a woman." Nautilus Assistant Editor 4, SNEA 2,4g Lit- Speech Club 3,4g Zeta 2,3,4, Volleyball 23 Taylor University 1. WINSTON WHITNEY A.B. SOCIAL SCIENCE OPTION Echoing: Quiet-mannered. Resounding: Sports car . . . Europe . . . secret policies. Heralding: "Is not, never was, never will be in a hurry - but will succeed." 86 2 IRIS BRYNER WOODS A.B. LITERATURE Echoing: Competent. Resounding: Colden red hair . . . pleasant smile . . . a sparkle of mischief. . . peppy Zeta cheerleader . . . wife and student. Heralding: "She only is a well-made woman who has a good determination." Lit-Speech Club 53 Choral Union 2: Zeta 1-5, Cheerleader 1-3, Volleyball 1-3, Co-ordinator 3: Evangelistic Assoc. 3. LON WOODS A.B. HISTORY Echoing: Mind ofhis own. Resounding: President's Chevrolet . . . Iris' lover . . . exploration of own belief. Heralding: "Study the past if you would divine the future." Campus Camera 2,3: Dorm Council 2, Pres. 3: Men's Glee Club 2: Delta 1-4, Basketball 2,3, Baseball 2,3, Society Co-ordinator 3. HOWARD WOOLING A.B. PSYCHOLOGY Echoing: Quiet inquiry. Resounding: Hard worker .... bull sessions . . . friend Roland . . . quartet member . . . immaculate dresser. Heralding: "Great is truth and mighty above all things. " HARLAND WORDEN A.B. ENGLISH Echoing: Hard-working and amiable. Resounding: Particularly paternal . . . genuine friendliness . . . trips to the Empire state. Heralding: "Do as you would be done by, is the surest method of pleasing." CALVIN YOUNG B.S. MATHEMATICS Echoing: Friendliness. Resounding: Math classes . . . casual observa- tion . . . boating. lleralding: "Nothing is impossible to at willing heart." 87 'Ji JOHN YOUNG B.S. CHEMISTRY Echoing: Methodic persistence. Resounding: Photography expert . . . Welch's Camera Shop . . . chemist personified. Heralding: "Aim with patience forthe highest and only the best will come to you." Honor Scholarship 1,2: Kappa 1-4: Yearbook Staf'f4: Chemistry Lab Asst. 1,4. CALVIN YUTZY A.B. BIOLOGY Echoing: Self-confidence. Resounding: Absenteeism par excellence . . . struggling with physics . . . attendant at Mat- tapan Hospital. Heralding: "No endeavor is in vain -its re- ward is the doing." ALLEN N. ZOROYA B.S. PHILOSOPHY Echoing: Acute thinker. Resounding: Friendly . . . conversationalist on significant issues. Heralding: "The attainment of a true philos- ophy is the attainment of happiness." Nautilus Staff 5g Honor Society 4,5g Honor Scholarship 3,4: Choral Union 3: Kappa 3-5. ROBERT MORRIS A.B. MODERN LANGUAGE Echoing: Easiness of spirit. Resounding: Language specialist . . . class dis- cussion moral builder . . . quiet in manner. Heralding: One judges by what one sees: one would herejudge well. Also graduating: Kenneth Almeida Ronald Borden Basil Cray Patricia Klinefelter 88 35325 J Mia 6,05 Bill unior Class Council Secretary X ice-President jim Treasurer Stan Chaplain D avid President Student Council Representative by Class of 1966 '3' Stephen Anderson Cary Angell Elizabeth Apsit Douglas Bean l l Charles Aubut Charles Bazikian - 34l11YWl3':" Carolyn Beckwith Brenda Benjamin "I'f"Q Dwight Benner Thomas Benson Marilyn Biggs Marilyn Blaisdell Paul Blaney Merrill Briggs Bradley Brunsell William Carlson l i l T Wingate Chadhourne Chi Chan Donald Chapman Arthur Clark Eugene Coleman -0' ,dur 0 v K ,I janice Comrie Barry Degler Gary DeLong ,3 Arlene Dehlarco Suzanne Dias Richard llressler Margaret Drew Burton Dunlop 1 1' by ll Y -0 " ' .N Alfred Feeley Betty Felts Marlin Figard gg, .. 4 gt.. fi, ,l if' Richard Fish David Fisk Paul Frazer lfrcclerick Harwood Susan ileelc iiluirc 4Luodlnzxn Xl'illinml.m1gl1 i 4 llusil l-HIV , I l -8 A i ...ai is : l l i ! I Brenda Griffin john flulinello Ann Gulla Martha Hammer Thomas Harding """? 'fi' Karen Hayes Linda Helmick Harold Henderson David Heughins I 'Wea 'D Q any 'lr'-Q.. 'tx ' Patricia Holland Linda Hollis Ronald Holmgren Robert lloward Patricia jacobs joyce jefferson Alan johnson fn, Clary jones gd -'Y .L Richard jones David Kale Gayle Karker Sarah Kauffman john Kierstead al 4 " 4 4 , , S ' . .fix 'Y , , 1' ' M Ffh , .K they "' as gd ' 'inwwwfjl Hans Kloosterman Floris Landers f 71 ik. jean Libby Stanton Lockwood jane Krikorian rd "'!Y Virginia Lantery Patricia Linquist james Lombard Derrick Lamm llcnry Lancaster -n-9' 14" sci' GY Allen Larson Barbara Lewis lidward Lex in f'f""'4 X ,Q Ke' S fi 1 'f f L. all V u ' r ea ' 'f if L v..Q,,, X ,, v dzwmffsm sw M Calvin Lint l f W' .1 MA Ronald Lott .A -3 r . . it X . I .M 5 licltv Xl ziclrziri james Nlangzmcllo A joycvs Nllllllilll i . George Nlzuulzi Nlai 44 pE'f t pllt to' np wk s 7. .1 f 'mr V 1 gyiiw, xillif ' 1 ish gt, si- .."!. ad ,gf at 1 t . Ffa 2 '11-fl - was y lf. t 4 kt .ffl ' 41 W KX! lvl. Robert Miller Kenneth Mills Dale Mingledorfl Dearlie Moline Robert Morris .u .. iv 'sz rw L " 355.Q Ei- f 'Qi' 1 v -v N ' ,at I 1 David Nystedt David Paine Harry Palmer Carol Parkman Bradley Patch William Patch 'wwtwwmxnwww JMC" mb ix, wav?-ffwigffii ' ,V,'fa,. V-if , gtg.-Q4 A., Ti. t4g2L5g"iA" . T' .U f 'im ' 37-? -.1-1,31 7 ,wtf . . 1. , ,.,, :PTF f Q 35 VM I 155' V423 Q ix f K 1 ww: . Q tt 4 gn to , H im. ff W" Q-'af ' QW? a gi l , X ri j-'t A r w , :QQ 1 X ' vjsfx 5 is , ,th 'WKtAf" 4 tl Na fiftift' urea, ' Q rgf-za, 33, ' he V55l:,f.lf ll ll' ,f'7' 1 mv- V A . Q ff ,yor 'Wftzr' 1 if if' 1 , 6 W4 . .-l K Q' t ut' Q f Matilda Penha Roberta Pfisterer Anne Poole Robert Pratt .,,, guts, vi 50m ,WK '1 ,, Carole Reed Sharon liieder , , 09 TWT J l.ois Roberts Orville Sapp P wal, ' 1 If ? WT , A 1 1 t I 4 . Ai? A john Scott , 4 t , - -'fyffb-F 4' v. ir' :il'Wr2.fi' V-,5A12fsr"'i'n ' -6 Pamela Shepard Michael Shetler '5 'O pri t, ...I Grace Simpson Thomas Smith Frank Turner Doris Umstead Gay Wallin Margaret Waltermire Patricia Waltermire 'Tn QE 1 'VF "r-H-'rr Stanley Wood 'J . 1 Lynne Wright 41? A4 :HP if Vx. x txt - ..t ' Yi Q- A ' ff- Q: v 4' ' Larry Shobert Elizabeth Stockwell ff , 6-A r - N 1 47 Charles Ward ,ae Marie Yates rf' i 31- . 1 l - qv -1 vw" Q qw lvaShoff +2.- . 1 ,"l,,1 Fletcher 'link 'G-if I i .Klan Webber 1 -...uv K vi F. Sharon Yousey , ., I N"Q'T'. ,fm hm A. nil xi I K......gv N x Yera Simms V, ..' v james 'l'rim bath W Iohn Whalen -515,712 .w sw' .1-. lil fi!-lg, O D -no , i .l 'Ng Charles funk Q0 'x 4 01. ., ii., 'D in h0m01'Uj C1?SSz .,., , ,., , .,:1- A, J", .z . H 1 rid vl . '-'s O J 1 , '1 41 f 1 . 395 'inf wmv' I m v , n A 1.15 X 'X fx, Ml. ,A . f cm. f o Q - vp. -:-f f- ' J V- . -y M. . 5 .HN ,A . nw , 1, ' 1 .f 7 -xx 4.1 9, 31 . -: 4. . ,A , . I , , . ' 'Q , . , 1 ew " 4 -, , ,X - ,Q ,,J,r,v,, .J r .yu s. ? t' ' ' ' ' 1 'Un V , 1. - - .. Q :I Ai! -,X ' I v x-. ,. , " , F 1 1 , Q my .. af 5 ,f 4 , 4 .-5 NIC- .4 , 1 1 , vu f' 'f' ' .4 w- F I . ."! m , , 5.4 T gf' 'f As 'L V' .4 W 41 9 as as . Jin.. . I- 2 IK- . 'Q-131, af' ,, ' 4 6. ' Q' ,sv 1,1- 'Ri 'L ALICE BUTTERWORTII SECRETARIAI, STUDIES Echoing: Efficiency. liesounding: Clary and blue Y.W.'s . . . optimist . . . right hand to physics department. . . government clearance - Tec-Sec - General Electric Space Center. lleralding: "'l'liey can conquer who believe they can. EDWARD GAINES BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Echoing: Quiet intelligence Resounding: flood law man . . . always prompt . . . gentle to others, but to himself severe . . . speaking hesitantly-but bold . . . independent thinker dedicated to a goal. Ileraldingz "Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep." JUSTINA HITCHCOCK SECRETARIAL STUDIES Echoing: Happy-hearted. Resounding: Sensitive to service . . . Elm Ave- nue-happy memories . . . preference of 4I.R.l3. over I.lS.M .... "My dog's better than your dog .... " Iieraldingz "An acre of performance is worth the whole world of promise." EM MA THEODORE SECRETARIAI. STUDIES Echoing: Individual determination. Resounding: 120 words a minute- a goal reach- ed . . . Dinnerbell belle . . . self-fighter- "You better believe it l " lleraldingz "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men." CLAUDIA TUPPER SECRETARIAL STUDIES Echoing: Soft-spoken friendliness. liesoundiiig: Infectious grin-masking mischie- viousness? . . . Some days it d0esn't pay to try! . , . reassuring abilities in decorating, sports, and secretarial talents . . . ring on her finger, lleraldingz "She is pretty to walk with. and witty to talk with. and pleasant,too.tothink on . . D E LOR ES WESLOW SECRETARIA I, STUDIES lichoiiigz Iionscientious. llesounding: ln the family footsteps . . , li,X.tI. cducationfa Capitol giiinl . . . pincatpplc crate carrier . , , 60, 70. 80 W 907 llcralding: "Great works arc perforittctl not by strength, but by pci'scvt'raiit't'.U Also graduating: iti:'i"i'i' iioitii-:it 11 int N sit.-tw ,um ,.r 1 9 i Nleribeth A da ms Douglas Atkinson we v X . va D avid li ow er ,Q Nancy Cabisius Rachael Childs .-.g '73 Kenneth .Xkins Mary Alexander Paul Babcock james Badgerow . l Paul Anderson jean Benson Cordon A ngell David li owen Donovan Bowley David lirandes Donald Brotherton joyce Bush Charles Campanile james Casler Kwook Yue Chan Skinner Chavez jacquelyn Church Edward Cochran Roger Coleman Miriam 'av 98 Collom is Elizabeth Cook janet Cooley Charles Cove Robert Crandall f I I Kerry Crosby james Crolhers , x,.., Grace Dankelman Marjorie 17eArmond 2 X I 'Q' Charles liby Charles lildridge john Evans Cheryl Ford TP sf 'E' I QJ 1 X Wayne Cummings . yy joan Delilallo Q .f 'V 'va Y TT Sherry Dalton kg'-i if qlgllri . r, Dorothy lluffee I' Sharon linglish iLlennCLalushz1 9 5 if 90 lllCll2lfil ilurlancl Raymond flrane K David llaniel ,190 in r" Cordon Dunlop Simeo lisipiku llrcncla l-.vans llzirlmrzi t.1rarml . 'i .T wi' Kenneth Goldberg Roger Good Alan Gray Curtis Greer james Grinnen Robert Hale ij jennifer Gunnerson ' l l -di julianne llall Kimber llamlin Garol llansen joan llansrole lidward Harris 1 if fl Alonza Hart I l ,352 " 'W JJ 'ai Paul llarvey lithel llaslett Gerald llayse Warren Hazel Richard Higby Karen Hunsberger George llunt Mabel Ingersoll joanne james Teresa johnson john llulbert f- .,, K -1 Qui, 43 f 'i 4 'A 5 +17 Ag t P l --an 100 'Ui joanne jones Glenn owder William kludkins Xdrees Ixass ab Lee lxarker l lmdbelh lxeller Margaret Kernan Rxchard lxlnsman anet lxleppnnger qludith Knox Kathryn lockwood I arol lombard lanice Long JE-Gr . 'N .S 4 ,"'l 'S vi I 1 . lui . 1, loetta McManus Ralph Marple Marion Marquardt joy Marzullo Cheryl Mason Brian Mathers l , -or If 0-0' ,,,o-r ef, V 1 fi 8' uw: '- fl 0 , li ' F ll I Eunice Meier ,luanita Mesick Leslie Molyneaux Gladys Moon David Moore Susan Moore va? -..,. a-QVF1 -J Q - " H 'J .R .29 'Z Patricia Mott Carol Munz lane! Murray Merritt Nielson Fred Uertel janet Olson 65 ' 'it ...Pd .1 "r nv RV it ' V if? 3. 1 I A 3 155- -ff.-P Sylvia Myers Kluanita Parry Lois Nelson Louise Newton Raymond Patch klacqueline Pearsall l. ef 1' :V J I 'Q w H if . ja J. ,aus Q v".".r n. 8 . ijt-.A Phoebe Phillips joyce Pillsbury Frank Pote Neel Price Richard Pritchard uw- X , . Tw A 'l Q tw- , 4 33.9 ' iv M ' 4 Y 1 'E Steven Rudolph Lauren Russell Margaret Rymsha Verna Saffel Sandra Savage ,lean Shaw Neil Shea xloyce Sickel 1 ,Fw I 'mf' X ' 1, f V A , , i -'19 lil 'Q Gary Smith john Smith Patricia Smith Robert Smith james Snell Clarence Spruiell Roberta St. john Faye Straight .2 ' 1 103 tlecilia Rogers 1 l I 11 .,...-, Donald Shaw Merle Sinclair Sallyc Spruce ,Xrthur Sullivan G Qe: 5 gl 'R A J x -- .JT il un.- v S c . J,- A -.'f ..1'-,uf mf-r f-f,.',' -r " .45 - I a -494' 5 E, -1' J is I 1 1 x '-1 H- .. 'N l 1 X r" 1' of ,, -03 William Adamson liric Anderson Barbara Badavas J x X 'N in J' Sharon Beckwith Brian Bowley Paul Albright 1 Kenneth A nderson M orris Badoud David Bennett 7? Ramona Bowman 18 Sv' H., Calvin Alexander J 1 L i Valerie Anderson rc? ,'.f Eloise Baker joan Benson f"'l Bosamond Boyden David Anderson Donald Anderson David Arey Sona Arukian Barbara Barger Paul Barresi Kaelyn Baublitz Bernard Bauman Richard Baumgartner Nw' I v' Daniel Bazikian Ellen Beckwith Ruth Bevan Alfred Bishop janie Boger Karen Bolles '95, I a Donna Bradbury Robert Brewer Linda Brigham Susan Bromley jane Brown Wilma Cardwell john Coleman jack Daniel David lihrhardt Q. Richard Brown Sharon Brown s iii :C 'Is Lucille Chase Vonica Chase Frances Cooper Alice Cornell Alden Bryanton Brent Burgess Robert Clarke Robert Clemens Dietri Cornell Donna Cowherd --4 Barbara Davis Shirley Davis David Day james Delp john lillingwood Bennett lilrod William Calvert l'aul Clemons james Crutcher Douglas Dickson I Dawn lfngcl Neil listubroolu' Xlary livauis Sally liynon Robert lfair Carolyn l"ettcrn1z1n lt-on lfigarcl D Q l l l"'. l I on 1 1 is 1 I 107 Kimber Capen 'V vjw: K athleen Cochran james Cubie Marcia Dillon 'O J! U1 Darlene lfwings K' 3 . A .Xnna Freeland . W ' 175' Irving Grant Rosemarie Guivens David Hansen Kandace Haugh 242' 1 'T -4-vo 1.55 - A gf wi Ii Q9 f 1 ! judith Gardner Malcolm Greaves Lee Haas ,.,4 jean Hansrote ,TQ james Ilavens Dorothy Garrison Pat Greco Kenneth Haddock if 'if Barbara Hapworth Linda Hazen K 3 1 Heinrich Gorodeckas john Gowdy 4' Shirley Green Linda Greene jean Griffin Lenora Griffin Wayne Griffin Walter Groom Marcia Grube William Halchuck David Hall Karen Hamlin james Haney Leroy Harding Robert Harding Raymond Harshman Diana Hartsgrove Linda Heber Richard Herring Cheryl Hiers james Hite f Sf.: .2 G 71 'I ' Y I 'sr ' 5 " ,, ' - ,4 1 if. rt 1'5" N -, Ar , 5- . 5 . Roy Hollis Brenda Houser Barbara jacobs Crace jobes Peter K awa jay Kern Carolyn King Susan King Ernest I,aBelle Carolyn Lahr 5,1 judith Howard Paul johnson i ,,,,-vi -r K , j, A ., i.,.:, ,i 1 bail. , ,j " " ' Melody Kern 1 f K , -4' in 3 . ' -. -1 - 33- 14? W ' f 'mir .,- z L y,ia 1 , - ii-.Q Carolyn Kingsbury llenry Larsen Q 'vi Sandra llulburt Carol Ilunsberger Alan liunter ni. fs 'az - Phyllis johnson David johnston james johnston QNX 'Q Charlotte Kierstead ' s ,Q -I X M262 :T , 1,f..":',. ,fi ., . A ggi 1 '41 all Sharon Kilpatrick Donna Kimball Cary Klock joseph Knox Dorothy Kovach Larry Lemmon Phyllis Libby Stephen Lind l09 Iarol Lindermzin Rodney Lingei "Y Lois Lelioeuf -' H 2 Martha llunter JI Q james jones james Kinder 1 n s- R 'N N' 'X Clyde Krikorian David lxlfort Sue Locascio Sally Long Doris Lovejoy C? Lawrence Mclformiclc Sharon McDaniel tak' t ' Ei X' Q t LA he-. J Rhoda Manchester ,I ames Marlowe Linda Miller -ludith Monahan rl David Maclluish Gayle MacDonald William MacLaren Bonnie MclLrew Bette Macklem 45 --71? Cynthia Martell Sharon Martin -1' h Cr"4 Mary Moneypenny Ilarriet Moore 'H 2. wr! leanne Morrow Neil Nicoll Kay Nissley Vona Northrop -ug -0. oo' ,-J' Sandra Mcillister Valerie Meilord Dorothy Magee gb tl 'rx Marilyn Mathers f I ,loyce Morgan .--s '45 l Wayne Oliff X, ,Q " fran". 1 'l o w G ., Y 5 I 'fx i L. -5 judith Lunden William Magnusson y , Q 'J . 154 - 44" 4 5 5"S-"J 64 wi' . 'Y-1 dit, . ylfff if , Q J , -,1 R. . -si""! Pl oel Meier Beverly Morrison 1 . ' -f r -ff les' Betty Oliver Larry Lyman Lois Mahler james Merrill lidward Morrison Stanley Oliver ,i john Ortman T Lorraine Patriquin judith Pickering -vi' K Lorretta Ours Paul Overholt x , :F ,' 45. Stephen Patton Michael Perrow 'A . -Q' -1 v -pe' Roger Paine -f I Liv ' .5 as Virginia Parlee Nancy Parry Bethany Parsons 9 Kathleen Pfautz Q 14, tw joyce Phillips :ffl lf ' iv tri , ,, f if I. M if . '. , 'li . 'ii up x , , Fx , , es' Q Vx' BSA Albert Pierson Esther Pinchard Dianne Platt Dorothy Poole 1 -f nf- Q as A sq A Terry Phillips l joel Pickering 412' 4, ,mi 4 ,ga lloward Poole ww Patricia Powers Luane Pringle Robert Pulkkinen 162111 RCCVG . 4 -. . -vp, J. . . , ga H T F :bg Suzanne Rhoad Pauline Rice fi Sharon Post Linda Reinert ,J V I Y II0y Richards Nlonica Ricketts tihundlcr Rolmlwins Patricia Robbins lohn Rollston w Wi llehorzili Rowe 4- Ill Ruth Russtll 511s.u13.1lltlssn.ti1 s ' 1 .1 gf, ts'- c y , 2 Nl adelyn Scott Rachel Shedlezsky I s 1 at john Somers ' N4 5 ,-W Patricia Sterling M25 T- ', f il listher Thomas if vi -3 'T' Marie Scott Alan Seidler Ml William Shoenberger Linda Sively xw',' ?.,f, W'-Q'4 ft ,QW 1 fam. O i A I CQ ' Paula Staples Ceorge Starsmeare i Cary Stokes Cheryl Southerland Linda Thomas Timothy Thomas Andrew Satta Aleta Savage Sharon Savage Esther Schlosser Linda Schmidt 2 tt :MALL Roberta Shackelford Shirley Shaffer William Shainline Lloyd Shannon Charles Skanes Everett Smith William Smith Peggy Snyder -- A .wr " , 7 1 , . 7x Al 4 I Mitchell Staude Thelma Steady Sheryl Steele Carol Steinmeyer 41- 1 mi- fi Charles Taylor Martha Templer Cynthia Tenney Kathleen Tenny joyce Tice john Totin 'Timothy Trask Robert Trent --'S' john Tucker T, je it fe ua-fl ,ma ,. J, if , 3 1 I Nancy Wallace Virginia Wehr "mb r il at .t fl Diana Whitley rf' V f . Q , '- ,1- ,:.vv .:' gy . . . 1 A Q if 'F ll .Q , mr , . . Sharon Wilson Kenneth Turner Barbara W alter ' jets, 4 ' M 55' 1 1 34 Q fl' 5 we? ,kwa Paul Werner ' 2' er: """Q,. Daniel Vecchione Yarlene Vigue .Ieanne Wade Q if V ,. ' ssh 4 ' ,rf V . , -I "Mr 1 no gf N ' if' ly- -2 Robert Wadleigh W' V- '42, Forrest Ward Richard Ward Kathleen Warren Marjorie Watson ,ii T ' 49' ts W H X ' st., vw jaap Wesseldyk Linda Whitman Patricia Winemiller ll- Clayle Wilcox lidward Winter ludy Wright llonna Younce llutlt Young llcrnztrml Zilinskus llfl evil' lad'-:,f Eunice Westgate , , 11, 43,4 xt , ,wtf FSJ Claudia Wilkin WX -tr 1 -1 .A " .1 Lorraine Woods 44' W' x Lx I ' 8,19 ,x , ei -..- it , 5 4 x t " . ' 1 ,Ioan Wallace NX Q. 530 ' l 3 William Webber t ,W --s. . ..,' Sandra White , -uc A '-5 -. My lilmer Wilson fo ' ,F V 4 tl Surah Wooling N 'vw Lx fl Q' 'irq H" 1' -xv, N51 N. J .. Y r 1 ' HThe glor of the Lord hall be 1 VI' . 1 ' 1 -41-1 JI' '- "v 1 Q 1, .1 -.1 '1 7 H 1-L 9 fb' ' I.. - ., nz 5. . , sF,' T.. va..- f V -- - ,Il 0.5 'I l V 1 'C' 4. ' -T Y 'xv' .. ir I ,.N1- V , qrf ff -.ef '- ' , nl Q.. 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' 1 Y l .09 3 1? W ...Ah I Seated: Paul Blaney-President, Sandy Pierce, Judy Best, Fletcher Tink, Wayne Yerxa. Standing: Mary Harding, john Vangor, ' Loretta Clemens, Bert Mobley, Chuck Zink, Cary jones, Bill Cough, joe Knox, Dr. Horner - Advisor, Dick Lint. Student Council Activities l I 1 I l I Lowell speaks for Johnson. l l l Page sponsored by , Student Council. l l john speaks for Coldwater. 116 Prexy Blaney takes over. if 5' 11-Hi V3 ms-nuni!'3"' .'A,,, ' tv., 5- 3 Student Administration Da On our own . . . "just think, it's in our handsf 591 ' are ci" ET , sf' in LPM 1 Y 4 5 li l glial? "I may not lie Mrs. Haas, but . . . Get out Y" "S.C. meeting at 5:30 in the dining hall alcove" . . . cooperation of leaders . . . Dr. llorner serving the meat . . . dining hall price increase . . . informal meetings . . . new office furniture "toward a more ellicient Student Council" . . . Student Leadership Worl-:shop . . . Re- ceptions for Current Issues' speakers . . . increased so- ciety participation . . . Political Awareness Week . . . mock elections . . . "Clone lor Coldwater" . . . estab- lishing student government lor tlie lienetit ol all. I ant ing out lree clit't'k. - 'anti IIT All-College Picnic at Houghton Pond -. - v ., rf pq. 1 A . S94- flap 5 , ,M f' 7. ,f ff I 5 b .5 rs , A XX' 4- in " is 'N x ,. XR, A , Get it, C 5 Bushed. "Come 'ere you." And the rainscame down . . . games . . . volleyball relay races . . . tugs ofwar . . . trophy to Zeta Society singing in the rain . . . abundance of food - back in the Rec. Room. Come on Sigmas, pull ! ! " 4. ,- at , F-E311 '- ,',... c ., .. . ... V ',, . ,4 an -t N. , -sq. x n K , - -.rr A 1 -4- , A ,- .-lg, v 3 Q ' ' - , 1 -..x . ' -fa. f-.-' '71 -iqsq 'x -. 4 Q Qs- ,,, u.-'- , Q.. Q. , - lil -Q ob' xx tx, "x it L . . 'gint WI l I s- Current Issues Series Congressman Walter H. Judd An M.D. and politician . . . native Ne- braskan . . . "Absolute integrity" . . . America plays a vital role in our dangerous- ly divided world . . . We need to decide on whose side we are. Dr. Nicholas Nyaradi Born and educated in Hungary . . . attorney, f legal adviser . . . Under-Secretary of Hungarian Treasury . . . The American Dilemma . . . We must first be Americans before Republicans or Demo- crats . . . the positive attitude . . . not to hate those who want to destroy us but love more our own traditions. Listening intently. y 120 Right top: Kenneth S. Armstrong Specialist in world affairs . . . "contour flyer over death-filled rice paddies in Viet Nam . . . 58,000 feet of documentary film, informative lectures on people, problems, and places in Southeast Asia. Bottom left: Dr. D. Elton Trueblood Distinguished college professor of philosophy . . . world traveler . . . author . . . The Com- pany of the Committed . . . great issues of our day . . . sharing of insights . . . reconstruction of Church in order to play its potential role in the redemption of contemporary civilization. Bottom right: Dr. Timothy Smith former professor of history at E.N.C .... author of educational books . . . religious lec- turer . . . "The Religious Congregation in American Culturef' -CX, QI QC ,4.- , ...u-1 .41 -ryan 4155. O fl I i ai 1. ,, x ,Q Vjo Q A ,4-.1 QA """"3 is I l 6 Q Q ' w -e P l I B .M faq I ' , dw ,Mu X' QHWWIAIY' gg 'J ug! ,p lv-I IJ! ,I K f' 'N 6 I 4 at .rw-Q Q V Ljxvfg- . , l EADERSHW FLETCHER DIJQECTI ,p 6 t he X Af SL, PRESIDENT JK W 5 TE Fi-F Fletcher's slogan becomes the motto for the 1965 - 1966 Student Council. Campus Campaigns N. I N F I'd rather fight than switch. Vote for Pritch." 124 Sally's vitality at 6 A.M. and her well-chosen theme to the wholesome atmosphere during campaigns. 'N x 2 f :Aff AN x 5 E- , ,L 5 4. 'X iv. .iw 1-A 41,1 1 v " 'r ffl' .2 1 ,CM I x , ., -K! fu ml' Nl, X. , 1 , , , f , 'rd Q 1 Ll nf I ,., ..'Z',.' -, ,.T , ' . ,r - J' . 1 ..-X Q LJ Judith Lape Donna Macleod Homecoming C ourt Crusader team . . . Welcome . . . Dimmed lights . . . Mr. MacCallum at organ . . . Multi- colored arches . . . Rustling dresses . . . Loretta ...RuthAnn...Donna...judy...Last- ly, Carol, our 1964 Homecoming Queen . . . Mary coming to meet her . . . Crowning . . . john, our Crusader . . . A thrilling game with Barrington . . . Then to cafeteria for coffee and doughnuts . . . A memorable evening. Carol Tupper Morrison Homecoming Queen ' Vx Mary Ragonese Carol Morrison bn. ugh ,Q rl A f. 7 f f1'ffP':x,g ,T - ' .x v P 'Q-, :4 . ,0,. 'Q " 'i -.. .M 4' 4 Q I QV Q. A -g. iw 1 , Wi. 1 X xN 3 milky: V9 Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful" Steak dinner by candlelight . . . blue and silver corsages pour madames et mademoiselles . . . Gini, Dianne, Grace's trio . . . Christmas tree and fireplace . . . Tom's trumpet solo . . . Shadow and Substance . . . carol sing and fellow- ship . . . a play in the auditorium. 128 Christmas "The corsages make such pretty centerpieces joy to the World" K .4 .1-. ..- .-.N-mv ,,.,.,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,,....,......... . V ,,.....5,,.-.- V A- An. i'?Y'YW'w'55'7" W' .... .:....,,.-. -.W--, QQ - ,X 1 X .Q N L 1. 4. n C 4 S 1. 'FX sur .F 3 I 195575 4 I ia, a A I Q L ,am . .,.4. dvlfwk- 1 s --.-. l, D N . y 2 5.1--'t . Q A ,,',.-- 4 'V I , " , I, -I -. ,- . I , . ,. 5' L' , Q , , .1 .: , Q 'H-' ff HV 9 , 1 . Q " Q , any jf .v' s sn. Mary E. Harding, Editor-in-Chief. Dr. Alvin Kauffman, Advisor. Nautilus 'u-:Tug U 'll 7-ul - ' nv CIW"- 1' I X ' Ray Patch, Photographer. ,41- LJ. hub' E ! l l john Young, Photography Editor. Linda Thomas and Sally Eynon, Typists. AAI-Aku:......... . ,........ ....,..,,, 130 if ,--...' 3 g ' 'f 'Tr Vi N ...aft 1-5, , 'xii ' if 'aw- f x ,, , 1-""'--'-M---H---...Mai lx... L Carol Hamilton, Literary Staff, Ruth Whitehead and Pearl Knight, David W. Kale, Business Manager. Assistant Editors. Staff gif 5 Business Staff: john Vigliotti, Sue Young, jim Crinnen, David Kale, Lynn Miller, and Conrad Johan- son. 1.4 :-'Z' . , 'ra' get 4'-Xe' 1 XA! Literary Stall: Juanita Blinn, Lit- erary Editor: Alice Coulson. David Fisk, Wayne Dunlop, and Barbara Swift. Layout Stall: Paitrifizt Wimwnillcr, Virginia lginlcrv. Nlcrritt Nielson. Nlzirllm Wilsoni llurlm I4-wis. ,Xim- scnl from pinurc was Indy Knox. Ron l.olt, Dirk l'ritt'hnrd, :md Doug Dickson. 1 ali.. Ei ? ul 'Y V 2 Y? . ,tink-t ij " L- K ,j- 1' h - l ,ik ll, - .A , Alf: ,575 1 l A , ff - , ' . f -' 1 ' ,. nt . , xi ,,-5, , 5 fi ,fl 'K' - l N, h . , . ' , , an , , ' I I I , ' I I I Y s 3 l . 1 ' 1965 Nautilus Dedication to Dr. Patil I. Willwerth. Dr. Mann. Mary Harding, Dr. Willwerth. Mrs. Will- werth, Mr. Roger Voisin. l 1 The trumpet shall sound . . . Prepare ye the way . . . . Brass Choir . . . excerpts from the final copy ll . , . the dedication . . . to a "superb artist, an in- ly spiring teacher, an exemplary Christian" . . . un- veiling of the portrait . . . Trumpet Voluntary with y Mr. Voisin. i l l ggi "Yes, Prof., they mean you. E ,. . . ,f -wiv' miriam 0... S' pq: t, -M-,ha-fx Mg, 'f IA 7- D' wal? 6.319524 f "t "I couldnt understand why Mrs. Foley was playing . " the organ so loudly with a recording." I Q Qi? A, ,f "A ' ' 3 sr I Q h Stiff fx, I 'aw john Vangor, Editor, works on an editorial depicting Current Lecture series. C ampus Camera Campus forum on paper . . . endless typ- ing and frantic deadlines . . . challenging editori- als . . . student letter to the editor . . . Ward and Woodruff's View- point . . . Snyder's sports spectaculars . . . Question Box and stu- dent polls . . . intercol- legiate news. Reporters: Phyllis Libby, Lloyd Shannon, Tom Snyder, Wayne Yerxa,john Coleman, john Desmond, jim Cubic, and Sharon Ricketts. 134 ! 4 l ,....-W nf-""' im Snell, Business Mana er, tries to fi ure out how he S 8 can get more money. Loretta Clemens proofreads while Alice Coulson types. W.. As Merritt Nielson, Associate Editor, sits here, he thinks, "Now if I were doing this. I would do it this wav." rr'-w 6 wa' .... .fl h vi Ls' .57 Nlikt-Wootlrullziml iflmrlcs XYatrtl .mlim'ipg1lt'columns thu xt ill is ritt-. ' -' A 'A f"'5fFW'fW2'v, a1f'::' fz-Q .. ... i 'lf' 8 , 5' Q F If wi , in 'h'- "1 vw A-A LG if 4- 1- ff .M . - .. N ' ' 1 " V' - I ff. " -f ' " ' A I '- G -af gm E ' 'SQ 'fup 1 01-53-9 , , 4 og J' xfwdh Q 'itz' VG ' ? ll fl, 0 5 ' v' ' .' 5' ' 3' gs 'F If, ' 'j ' -514 -J ' 'L"f""."" 'HCA Qu, f.'. - ' , ' 1: j A Q B ' ' 4 , . E L 1 If Y M , I , .- .". V N Q 'lf'-X ' A fx X Q v wx 1 , I W Q ui D 0 I Q i g-4 Jaw gsm U '-5... ' x . 1 i ' 4 f i l sfif' 1 ii! 1 Xl v lui: 3 1 4 "Let's get it loaded," can be heard as choir leaves Pittsburgh Church. , v - 2 ,, Lf Row One: Dr. Willwerth, Virginia Douglas, janice Williams, Dottie Poole, Grace Dankelman, Martha Laeske, Verna Salfel, Linda Sively. Row Two: Diane Walters, Phyllis Libby, Dawn Engel, Sally Spruce, Claire Goodman, Diane Platt, Mary Harding. Row Three: Ray Patch, Bob Howard, Al Royall, Gary Klock, Skinner Chavez, john Culinello, Charles Ward. Row Four: jim Casler, Paul Frazer, David Moore, Kim Hamlin, Bill Adamson, Stan Woods, Dave Larsen, Steven Rudolph. A Cappella Choir i 3 2 'Par excellance' under Prof. Paul I. Willwerth 4 . . . patience, practice, perseverance . . . spring 4 tour throughout the Eastern Educational zone 3 . . . His Spirit in the services . . . assistance in Chapel and long-remembered Friday evening concerts . . . annual Quincy Reformation Serv- ice . . . concerts in area churches. Fl ii 'EY 'Lf f ,ight ilu 521,544 ,. 5, gf. ,pf , 8' " bitr- tl Sally's book on etiquette provides many with knowledge while others snooze for a while. Wh w Women as jf Clee Club Well remembered Christmas party with fel- lowship and delicious food . . . Tuesday eve- nings 7 - 8 in Canter- bury Chapel . . . de- voted leadership under Mrs. Williamson . . . i'Let us sing . . . sing . . . singf, Reads nom iilittle sharp . . . get in tune blow in unison . . . echoes across Founders' Day Chapel performance. Menls Glee Club Senior Carol Ann Hamilton . . . Speech recital . . . April 27 . . . "The Boy With A Cart" by Christopher Fry . . . assisted by David Kale . . . "When the withies break . . . let there be a church". Marlene Shobert fopposite pagej Virginia Douglas fopposite pagej jean O'Dell in piano recital . . . April 20 . . . selections included Bach "Prelude and Fugue in D Major" . . . pieces from composers such as Chopin, Beethoven, Brahms, Debussy . . . end- ed with Bartok's "Valse Op. 6,No.14". Virginia Douglas . . . vocal baccalaureate recital . . . May 20 . . . selections from Mozart, "Exultate jubilate", a motet, "The Children" by Chanler, and "Les nuits d'ete" by Berlioz . . . accompanied by Mrs.Patricia Foley. Marlene Shobert in baccalaureate piano recital. . . March 13 . . . included Beethoven's "Sonata in FMinor", Brahans' "Rhapsody, Op. 79, No. 2", and several of Debussy 's selections. Recitals . Lowell Flanders fnot picturedj in speech recital . . . May 6 . . . Moments of tenseness and awe . . . excerpts from Shakespeare's Hamlet . . . control of oral interpre- tation. Theresa Altic Harrington in bacca- laureate voice recital . . . September 17 . . . soprano . . . selections from Mo- zart's "Vado, ma dove" and Crist's "Chinese Mother Goose Rhymes" . . . accompanied by Carole jean Reinert. Charles Lunn in baccalaureate voice recital . . . May 17 . . . tenor soloist . . . selections from llugo Wolf's "Gebet" CPrayerj, Dmitri Kalalevsky's "Old King Cole", Mary Ellen Bosworth . . . April 24 . . . baccalaureate and HI Saw A Ship A-SHiling"- degree clarinet recital . . . rendition of Riotte's "Concerto in B-Flat Major, Op. 24" and Bach's "Arioso from Can tata No. 156" . . . demonstrated achievement and profi ciency . . . accompanied by Grace Dankleman, mezzo soprano. K ing . ' 11 .Q . if 4" 41 tw ft fiiwkfk 'l bf' gl' 1. l 'ae 41 'Y 4' It 4 9' Row One Dr Donald Starr, Ruth Ann Stetson, Elaine Horst, Patricia Smith, Joanne jones. Row Two: Thomas Hard- ing Donald Baldwin Harry Palmer, David Heughins, David Moore, Stephen Andersen, Michael Shetler, David Fisk, David Bowen Charles Ward. Phi Delta Pursuit of excellence . . . the lamp of knowl- Keeping the campus literary spirit alive . . . edge Via Veritas Vita . . . emblems in poetry reading . . . Kingsbury Badger's 'iFran- Chapel servlee , , achievement , , , Sueeegs, CCSCHN and Unfhorn file 56115071 . . . Shake- spearean film - Henry V . . . speaking contest . . . visit to Salem . . . European slides, cour- tesy ofCarol and Sandy. Lit-Speech Club Row One: juanita Blinn, Carol Parkman - President, Patricia Holland, Wayne Dunlop. Row Two: james Cubic, David Kale, Elaine Horst, Alice Coulson, Esther Schlosser, Linda Schmidt, Sharon Wilson, Mildred Bombara, john Coleman, Arthur Curtis. 142 james Cubie, Alan Keith Dr. Cameron introduces Oxford debaters. Resolved: that the Federal Government should establish a federal program of public work for the unemployed. Intense research . . . the pro and the con . . . Dr. Cameronis 'EHOW did you like that King's team P" . . . Remember the St. john's tourna- ment? . . . Speaker Award for Janet Cooley . . . citation of merit in District Vlll Competi- tion for Sue and Janet . . . sponsoring annual high school debate tournament. Oxford debaters face E.N.C. - English style . . conflict of wits . . . spontaneous humor. Debate Debaters: james Crutcher, Dolores McCee,janet Cooley Sue Moore, Carol Parkman janet and Carol proudly stand by some ofthe trophies won. S. N. E. A. Seated: Janice Comrie, Doris Shetler, Juanita Blinn, Carol Ann Hamilton, Ruth Smith - Pres., John Smith, Pamela Shepard, Marie Scott. Standing: Linda Hel- mick, Jackie Pearsall, Linda Schmidt, Janice Long, Sandy Pierce, Margaret Drew, Marie Yates, Janet Olsen, Elaine Horst, Mary Harding, Martha Wilson, Sally Spruce, Pearl Knight, Brenda Benjamin, Lois Nelson, Sally Kauffman, Ann Gulla, Alice Coulson, Doris Umstead. Monthly NE.A. journals and Steam Engine . . . awareness of better educational methods and re- sources . . . Dr. Horner and for- eign students' outlook on education . . . Saturday conventions at Wor- cester and Ritchburg State Colleges . . . annual picnic at Fields Park, Brockton. 1 Psychology Club Seated: Carolyn Duncan, Roberta Paul, Nancy Hunter, Tillie Penha. Standing: Prof. Paul, Jim Badge- row, Bill Carlsen, George Fitzger- ald, Ron Lott, Derrick Lamm, Prof. Knowles. Cflllll SCSSlOllS Hlld coffee - studying for G.R.E.'s . films . . . Profs Paul and Knowles. Q . if 1 5 , h 2 .V "4 1-ur QQN 45: mg! .lr if , .:.: .E .I 4 M 1 YY- " ,N ,' ,, Q . .... ul 1520 G! 'ii--F X. Y 1 I fe Mr. john Herbert, editor ofthe Quincy Patriot Ledger. Mr. Cordon Hall speaks to us about extremist groups. Student Council Sponsored Speakers Political-awareness week speakers answer our questions. Mark Rosenman spoke on "The Role ofthe N.A.A.C.P." 146 Page sponsored by Student Council. Q... fvx yer Seated: Carolyn Cray, Mary Harding, Virginia Lantery. Standing: Donovan Bowley, Allen Webber, Professor Babcock, Rick Garland - President, Doug Bean. Biology Club 'Where did that confounded planaria go ?" Environment as a resource ofstudy . . . flora and fauna specimens . . . back to the Adiron- dacks for summer and week-ends . . . new face on the Lodge . . . Let's climb Hamlin today . . . early morning walks up Whiteface . . . only five Page sponsored by Mr. George W. Garland. boys this year . . . Where are the girls? . . . Chuck and Horkey's hats in summer of '64 . . . group projects. "Now, you better put in your notes . . ." R 'ff' gjfgsg-t rg, Mfg-1 f i . iii . "fri . 4 .L Q HT '- if 5:5135 V M! wily Y' ,, ff ' A x""l- M I I ,. . --my --Q Q -. Q. Ia A I ,, .JA 'I' I , I III, ' 5-1Q:iw',f.f-.:IIff5g'I ' f,-1,3 M ' or R. "Tn if ggi ' ?'-'... 'ik-'Y 5' Q 1 '7-.14 . 'III -,Q , 6:-I VI s -if . i - - X X -nw-'fi Y r . nf! 1 - o, II JI J! .III III-I I If, ,II 1 I .A N , if? In lx" Jag? Q - AGQ 'V 'vp 4,91 -tl eu-1 pw I-ag. 9. .rg xfl .gg gifs if 'Qu w . 4IgiI . n,' Iv ,I ,I4'7'4f!r . -,' 1 1 rv" 43'-x 1 . H - 1 . - lf. 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I'r. 8 ,:' F t l 'v K ' Ii I' . , - I L ,p-""" 4 nf' mr '- .III III 'Nl 'iF' xqasuv ei... ,I ,- -"-K ' ----..- '-fm" .,,, " ' A,,,. 4 Row One: Tim Thomas Skinner Chavez Basil Gray Simeo Fsipiku Row Two ane Krikorian Facia Beysolow Joyce Mathon, Romelle Keller Thelma Steady Row Three Adrees Kassab Abdul Samma Heinrich Corodeclns Jaap Wesseldyk Eddie Liu Trans-world relations . . . merging of cultures . . . the call of thehomeland . . . socialization, special speakers and superb snacks at Mrs. Neaseis . . . Festi- val of Nations - Boston Uni- versity . . . International Student Day - Boston . . visit to Sturbridge Village - "Was America really like this??" . . . sharing of ideas - chapel, community churches, chats on campus. 'Pat Llords' International ft.: Robert Hale and Paul Willwerth Initiate homecoming ceremonies . . . Pygmalion of the Woodpile . I . the magic bass-baritone and trumpet . . . harmony of that is the heart of all theatre . . . a one reser- Vglfi and brass ' ' ' supenor musical voir channeling of talent . . . self-fulfillment and a Hy' enchantment for others . . . 'gthe puppets and In . . . myriads of marionettes . . . 'LFantasy on . Faust," . . . g'Gaiete Parisiennef' . . . palette Flne Arts in pageantry . . . Perfectly Polished Artistry. Roger Voisin and Dr. Paul Willwerth Internationally known, Roger Voisin . . . 31 years with the Boston Symphony . . . Trumpet Concerto solo . . . Voisin and Willwerth . . . Concerto for Two Trum- pets . . . Brass Choir. Emerson Speaking Choir Selections from T. S. Eliot, Carl Sandburg, john Donne . . . conveyance of mood and emotion through the spoken word . . . unison . . . precision plus. Programs Irma Rogell g'With my harpsichord, ,... Roumanian Dances -her own arrangements . , . minuets . . . suites . . . Sonata III Vivi, giogoso - dedicated to Irma Rogell for First United States performance. john Roberts Travelogue to Scandinavia . . . Norway and the Modern Vikings . . .land where the sun never sleeps . . . 'LWhen Lowell Thomas and I". I msql .mrs .4 I av New Prince Spaghetti Minstrels Folk singing in the gym . . . laughter . . . sing- a-long . . . representatives from Stonehill College . . . beginning of folk singing groups on our own campus. Dayle Stanley "I try hard to convey a particular meaning both through my words and musicl' . . . a strong, un- polished voice . . . pure tone . . . the voice ofa true folk singer . . . tranquility and bliss muted together. Boston Skyline 1 'Sv ""N, " N Off Campus Activities Cultural city of America.. . visits to the State House . . . observing Senate meetings . . . along the Freedom Trail where history comes alive . . . Old Ironsides . . . Bunker HillMonu- ment . . . the English Tea Room . . . Sym- phony Hall . . . window shopping . . . Christ- mas lights on the Common . . . historic Park Street Church missionary conventions . . . Fine Arts Museum . . . Harvard Square . . . coffee houses. A ride on the swan boats. X Mfr' R - rx , f 'W WN ui .f, 'R '2 N. ..gT"", Mslfva 7' 1 '- H 0 xp: .fx W ,.. ffv., tw.,-4' 'W Y ,X 3,,.v"J Y ga, u 3 X .. gvjf' - ,l ir 1 ' S 'Mme " - ' ' - ll: ' 1 ' , , , i V fj,,..AN w A - Of X I ' .wt NH? 'Nz 'uanu ' " 5, ,W V, M , ' S11 ' H' S' 1-ff. 1 "1 'Vi ff' .A:,9,S. ' -fi" 'Nu I M -4 Gardner Museum XY xwkul. V ,mi I uk , A X2 WL W ,v i M -., ' -wah: Mn ll Q hit - f Ii!! I Ex llln X I Y u ...Z I U 1 Massachusetts State House s,N .ii N 3 'XXX Tiffany's ' sys-is -5 5-R W - - LJ?-51' 1 Lv- 1- ,.,4 A-15, -- '-' s. -Q Y- -Q.,,, Beacon Street Y S+-i ' - 5 5 Ken 5 Rnstaurant .V " Senior Sneak r "jones plays one . . . watches another 95 Remember those ski lessons . . . Mary with legs i -12 . 1 Q 4' I 4 V and skis crossed . . . Alice doing last lessons first . . . beginners' luck at the table games . . . finger dexterity games . . . Mr. Wells and his fireside chats . . . picnic in the snow . . . Cathedral in the Pines . . . playing rook on the bus . . . snoozing in the luggage racks . . . reception by the juniors . . . tired Seniors tumbling into bed. 'What do you mean, I've got to start u, at the beginning." fm Y 1 ,JP sf' Mx, , M.: , V. 2:2 , , J , 1--.gg "No, it isn't Valles Steak Housef, -1 Cathedral ofthe Pines, Rindge, New Hampshire. Our Song Hey ! Look us over, we're black and blue, Been to New Hampshire for a day or two, Fell down the ski slope, slipped on the ice, For those who can't do the herring-bone, The side step up the hill is nice. And when we got chilly, we eased inside, 'LRook,', chess and T.V. by the fireside. And to cure our huge raging appetites They stuffed us with food galore, And the girls went back for more ! Some sneaking seniors sweetened the Wells, Sugared the beds and sewed up clothes as well. Others played games until 2:00 A.M. And slept the following morn' til noon, But then we dragged them out again. We rode on tobbogans part ofthe time, Sometimes on boulders - really kills the spine! We could even ski backwards down The hill before they taught us how, But we still cannot snowplow. Two hour lecture in freezing cold, But then my pine cone souvenir got stole. Skated to marches in the falling snow But that was not near as funny a sight As someone's first try going up the tow. 'There are snapshots for blackmail, tales never told, Memories of "Woodbound," cookouts in the cold, And although exhausted and black and blue, With every muscle sore, We would still go back for more! 'YF' "When tl1ere's no snow, the skis gotta be real slippery." ' 1 . . and we came to a screeching halt." Woodbound Inn jaflrey, New Hampshire uf 7 "Wulcl1 uut. .Xntlrcatg this toss it-rltsf' 9 l 1 I 2 I Sigma Delta Delta H , i I l. ,. All college trophy . . . tripto f New Hampshire . . . Mt. Ma- l nadnock . . . hearty mountain l climbers . . . "just a little fur- ther, kids" . . . rush day . . . to the moon with Delta's space ship . . . green cheese . . . dug-out bonjour . . . en fran- caise sill vous plait. VI I L Paul hands Fletcher trophy which Deltas received Page sponsored by Sigma Delta Sigma. l mQL,,:.,,.LT'5,... """ H ' ' . y: " Q .Q - f I li' :W S l 5. "Cruising down the Riveru Sigma Delta Kappa "All aboard with Kappa and full steam ahead" . . . cuddly bunny . . . night of folk sing- ing . . . "Claire, jim and jimn . . . campus day winners. Seated: Gary jones, Peg Phipps. Standing: Paul Harvey, Mike Wood- ruff, Wayne Yerxa. l l Page sponsored by Sigma Delta Zeta. , , .,,,.,,,, ,A nv. mw- w.r..- .wi "For it's five hundred miles away from home.', HM... , l. 4,5-gs 3 A 1.5 V 5. f , 51, M 5 A 'if 253 ' 1 ,fi if , s Q :- 1 s l i , ' -1 If f . q, ' ew ' , 1: 1 ,I:'A4, t '13 I I ,lv - tif , f , i R MIWSX X. 9 -S X v 'J w M Sigma Delta f Sigma Keep pace with the times . . . faithful sport supporters . . . women's basketball, men's bas- ketball, and Crusader soccer winners . . . Saint Patrick's Day display - shamrocks. N- LE 'J mm? W -ea Su fr. .l' Mg! Sigma Delta Zeta Showboat of events and promises to fulfill . . . recogni- tion of outstanding Zetas . . . tough competition . . . scram- ble for Eastereggs . . . "me big chief" . . . cook-out . . . rnen's football, women's volleyball winners. 4-I Z' fl if ' fy If ,,-fy. .- W x ' if KM. 'Q r ,Q Q, i if X A 'll wk- tw' QA 1 "v'Lx si. "I Spring Party Queen, Loretta Clemens and her court: judy Gardner, Freshman Classg Claudia Tupper, Sophomore Classg President Mann, crowning Lorettag Sandra Pierce, Senior Classg Sally Kauffman, junior Class. IIE X I Prof. and Mrs. Bradley sing for us. Page sponsored by Slieridans of Quincy and Braintree. V 4 I 7 X V M lx L A s s ,rf 'N Spring Party Students enjoy entertainments after luscious dinner. y s 1 C f ff.- 1 1 um' 1? "' , raw' yffl T 3' aff' ' - fw: A '2- 9 ,L fx ATHLETICS , - A x , I I yy 4, , X E 's.' fi-xx ' - S 'Q 0 e- I Q . P f5g,vW1F'f T ' F BX . " 2' td A -. 12 V., YW ' v-0' 0 , . ins 3. M, T 21'-'nj' Q,-ff .fs Xa The team huddles for last-minute instructions. "Fight, Crusaders, Fight ! " I s ' 3 "Come on Crusaders, we need the score." 164 6 wnumf' 1 vncalv- fe'3l'?Qg', V A, is 1 'P ' 1 S A' I Q , ' ,UQI . 1 L 4, 41' , 0 ai f 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' -Jw' 'mg ui gl ,1 ! 9 v' i ,C A 4 I bf? F' if ff. f J fx. F ' . 1.4 . fr ,gi::,qf'fJJ'Kr- I ct ,' 'Q br. v: H, K. '. It x , . x , ,i ., ' A . , . - , n " V Q u " ng' - l , G I 1 jack Harshman r.. "1 f' ws. I U Ed Harris Charles Zink Crusaders -....:.g" J X 'YT Wayne Oliff Cary Delong 5.-1 Bill Gough Dale Minglcdorfl' t .P U 0 0 Alcrry Nlfffluy 0 1 Cary tloncs N qi lb? '11 "Hurry, the goal is just ahead '19 . lie?-ayswno-mv-uv ni "' " .- ..,..,,..,...,h,.m.-s,..,- ...M , f ,M s- 5:2531 vs... ., " iffy: 7 v O on ,.--an , N'--n ' m, f kn1j'JS'3E"7 M 5 9-1' ' W 1 . .:'1f-ss., fi' 'id' j "Guess theteam didn't get dressed in time." Q 1' '31 11' ll. Sports Candids "Somebody got abot tle of bulferin ?" 5 A I x 'f'1..k': "fl- : df t X' I ' wt-.vY,Q' 'E f?'i5'? ' ' W 'f ' ' '1"1WWf'-sw - - L .4 34. M uint ll 'f ' A V Q ' it V 1 I A 0 .. ,., X vvl qv' -fy 3-afyig, I , api, I. ,. ,, -. "af A 1 1 Q' t if - .Ah Q ml! -R so Nl' e X ,f It V. R -s bs' , ZW .Nr A -' " 'V ,y ,R ,Z D-4 .. . , Q? . , is 9, A , wa e " ' I " I 45 .- x 3-14? ,fm-1-0 A t, 4 , ' .. 'vi X , V 1 ,', ':",zf. "A Q .. ' "' x u 7 ' , , Q, , You ve got to beat, t. Affe- X ik.. Crusaders." -as .gy 401' ' ff -"J,-..,. Go get 'em, Tiger." ' J ,nf -N f A 4. . ' . Y' f ui. . 1 ' 1 ' -' Q" gn 4,,,"' af l 5 Ir' L. 2 . , - 'xt v l 1 3, f.. qu 75-Q.. 1 . Pl - 4. Gff5"' x r Y P7 ' 5153111 -Jr 4,14 1'-up f ..-f I 1 r , , ll" "ws- if yn. , s 9 I " 'A s A. H . IM, H N .. 5 ,fy ' 4 '," V x' l W :f'f5"" ' 'S . I I , I I 9 -NAJW1 ,XX A f0l ,K t. 1 Q t -il 1 rl F 4' 4 ti , -QQ. it in l ' t 52 'Mun :pi-2 .t , if' 4 - ' X Nl i H. X A A K Here's how you do it." ,. 3 "What do you mean, I look like the bull's-eye f?!" in H 'Ev .. . 'NNYYVYYH . " 4 1 t 1 ' ' i Ski Club Establishing a constitu- tion . . . "Isn't it ever go- ing to snow?', . . . "Well, maybe next year we'll go skiing." Row One: Gordon Angell, Marie Scott, Betty Apsit, Marion Mar- quardt, Brenda Benjamin, Joyce Bush, Sue Young. Rev. Cross. Row Two: Woody Badoud, Leroy Harding. Martin Thomas. Cary Angell, Bob Harding, Tom Harding. I fff k Row One: Gayle Wilcox, Suzanne Rhoad, Thelma Steady, Judy Best, Barbara Walters. Row Two: Sherry Dalton, Sharon English,joan Benson, Adena Locke, Carolyn Cray, Rhoda Manchester. Claudia Tupper, Marion Biggs, Coach Nancy Baird. Crusader Women ls Basketball unior Varsity Basketball 'J -no vol if-2 'W' -V was D vw- if llow Une: f ' ' ' ' ' 'A . no. , . . . . . Smith. la ' , . ' 4 ll nt lxlurl. ITI liel Nlorrisnn, lim Kimlvr. llsm llzulnlgzlrllnf. llolw Vlanrk. llill "Get it, Neil Y" "Kick it hard, Bill. Row One: Andy Satta, jim Badgerow, Doug Bean, Neil Nicoll, Dick Groom, Don Shaw, Bill Smith. Row Two: john Desmond, Lion- el Thomas, jim Marlowe, Elmer Wilson, Dave Johnston, Dave Hansen, Simeo Esipi- ku, Coach Boden. Doug . . . Don Coach Boden Coach Glenn Boden . . . nucleus of experienced men mould- ed with new ones a well drilled unit . . . great promise for the future. "It's a high one, Elmer." Get the ball, Andy." "Ready ??" 173 l 1 I v I u gf' I " I I r""N. I l ' Qi Y txyx. - Row One jesse McFarland, Lloyd Shannon, Dave Young, john Vigllottr, Tom Snyder, Bnll Webber Art Sullxvan Row Two Coach Boden, Ken Akins, Don Allison, Hank Lancaster, Art Clark, Glenn Rose Charles Aubut, Clyde Krlkonan, Coach Bradley Crusader Baseball C 1 S. Il 'F T", l Q . wflnnf' A L O L AFPV 'ff' ll' '2f5'Jf'W" , ,, ., , - Qvvvmvfw -ef", ""'h,,Q Q.,-gfv . :g ,-:rw ,lg if , , K f. N, . H1 M1 W - vs , '71 ' ' we . K' JK fb ,QI Ny' 1' .. . 1, fx .A.y"'-fi ..v.,,-. k, .r- mhllgval J. ,Jay . ff. A' M 1 f Hb n ' Y A ' zz. Jil, 'yr' if-3-"W .QA 5,1 lt f 1' Y " T" wt . 1 n,' 'n""x, fr , 'C , T,-Q.. ' 'V' '-141 4 N. ' " lr 1- ' HQ.-?'C'f"""" ' " " , 'E y . ','--- -vii." .s , 1' ,Q ..s-'gif ,,, ' , 'J' .4 ' l . , ' , , f' , Q . ,, .Era 'A 4 .. ,S , , , .I N , , ,,, ' . 4: L Ymx,,, .,., ag, 'X f - . 5 . "' . -- - . ' h - .. u 'Q , . "' Q w Q' ' s ww". M -n""f 'ff ff A rm ' , ..1'.,f,?HkA There's one . . 25 13? b w YN- ,- f V 5 'S WWW! 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E I 1 If f I x," .N 1 r 1 , . - f 1 Q IH bg L1dG Betty t S A k B bb Pf terer Sigma Delta Delta Cheerleaders Sigma Delta Sigma Cheerleaders 177 Sigma Delta Delta Football Row One: Dick Herring, Fred Gar- wood, Fred Oertel, Bob Harding, Paul Albright. Row Two: Woody Badoud, jim Delp, joe Ralston, Cary Crosby, Glenn Calusha,jack Daniel, jim Crothers. l s l tit! Women 'S B asketball Row One: Joyce Pillsbury, Barf bara Walters, Joyce Morgan, Brenda Iiouser. Row Two: San- dra While, Adena Locke, Peg Phipps. Menis Basketball Row One: Bill Gough. lluvc .Kn- dcrson, Larry Sllolmcrt. Row Two Ire lluus. Bill Pntrll. Paul llurvcy v l Wet- Football Row One: Walter Groom, Glenn jow- der, Lloyd Shannon, Bob Clark, Dave Daniel. Row Two: Bob Trent, Dick Lint, Ken Akins, Bob Miller, Paul john- son, jim jones. Sigma Delta Sigma Women 's Basketball Row One: Sandra Wild, Sharon Eng lish, Sherry Dalton, Dottie MaGee Row Two: Alice Cornell, Christine Kil patrick, Carolyn Fetterman, Eunice Westgate. 9 1 .in .41 , l ' '7 an ' QQ Football Row One: Sparky Hazel, jim Grinnen, Dale Mingledorff, Alan Cray, Ken Anderson. Row Two: Paul Wehr, Ray Patch, jim Casler, Wayne Oliif. Sigma Delta Zeta Men 's Basketball Row One: Dick Dressler, Bill Sho- enberger, Sparky Hazel, Allen Cray, Lionel Thomas. Row Two: jim Casler, Dick McCloy, Larry Iemmon, Wayne Grilfin. ,-- 1 , 1 I . . X V , X'l :I NJ ,J if Q ' MQ" 'A . 1- -u 1 f-:J ,J x 1 ig, 'fax J 7 '5'5',.f'j I V T19 ' -gk.. ' 1. qv' 'WY'-gf n h- . ,I KJ ffl' Eff I' ' 7 'l..xA , 1 , ..f Q Q Q ! I 5 , 37 in f -I! H X f ll' Q1 I I X 'K 5 Y ' x , 4 I ' ' ' r A ' 11 2 .,- 3 1 It il imlrg "N" ,I . ,Q-uxn -ua-..... -. .--....,...... -....... V ,v-.. ,-.. . - t Chaplain,s Message "Prepare ye' ilze way of the Lord, make stmzglzt in lfze desert a lzzglzwriyfor our Cori. " QIsaiah 40:3l The avenues of asphalt lead us to the City of Nowhere. About us, restless as the sea, is that struggling, seething, moving humanity which seeks to find deliverance from the servitude of the undis- ciplined desire, the perverted delight, and the pur- poseless design oflife. But where are they going? Revolt against the system which oppresses? Certainly! For any re- bellion against that which captures, is it notjustified ? But this vanity of Vanities calls for an answer. In the desert of living, I make a highway for my God. I prepare the way. He comes. Deliverance is mine. And the glory of the Lord is revealed. With Augustine I say, L'For Thou hast formed us for Thyself, and our hearts are restless till they find rest in Theef, The Messiah has come! Milton Poole 'Q X-Il 'rs' Assistant Chaplain's Message What are you living for? This question can take on as many shades of meaning as it has words, yet each answer will reveal the same sobering truth. It is this truth that gives purpose or meaningfulness to life. The tragedy is that many ofthe things for which people live do not really make life worth living. Those who pursue pleasure, possessions, or position alone eventually conclude with the Preacher that all is 'Lvapor ofvapors and futility of futilitiesf' He who lives only "under the sun', finds no lasting life enjoyment. Life that is worth living must find its purpose and pattern in a Person. It is my prayerthat we might be able to assist each student to understand and experience these words of jesus: "I came that they may have and enjoylife, and have it in abundance." Bill Youngman 184 W, L . 2 'g It X '3 1 I 5 'Q 5' ff? 4-... In ei.: 1' 'Y -,...,1- K '5 48" 5 1 9 i I +11 "ff-' a 5, I 'J ,A if 'Z' 39' 'V 1 K ,E 'N' " E an ., U- ,Q Y' fu' ' -Q1 '11 J , 'ff db 6 N XJ 1' Q.. ,Txf Y xp ,K f" fix ' "hu K: s 5 Q ,, - " .gm-N.g , e C QW Q ' . ms TU EALLIN 4 5i'Li. 'FULFII ,Q 3.558 y 11.43, if V- . Q, n 'ifgiidiilj' , 'If 11 fl 1 W -- 4 , " O '51 3 3' . .5 if - ,z 5' , . Ay . 3 , 1 'Y ,R , vis Q, . b :Q , 1. K YY e' X . , X wsu, In 'a i gig .,Q'N? 57,5519 I i 'fi' nam , 451, 5 ' ff? 3 fag ggi- ik f E q.-E,,3w45g Y4 ., 6, ,. .......-an ,. -x W av- .1 x -E' 'kg 4 Q - 4 I 3 A14 ,x,. 1., fi . 9 an -if 'F 4' 4' If 1 , 'Y o - Q' I . Q. Cf if" ' I i I l i I ' r "M,,,.,,,,, W ,, L.,-sw.. Rev. jones ofthe Billy Graham team emphasizes the theme of the Crusade. my l l , F l Y, tif Rev. Gustafson . . . Christ alive and real in life can make beauty and peace inside. Prof. Coodnow is given a Service A Award Plaque for 25 years de- voted service to E.N.C. t "Chapel time." Chapel lu' ...4 xx ,ka J'Nw-s...,...J' ..-r-mf .-L-J.L...a. li 'H W ,inf Y W - 0'9" 1 MTX, C 4 ' ,x I ' 4'-,. , X if s., . 5 'NN . ,-11, 'N 'Q ' :Nw Row One: Hob Brewer, Richard joyce, Leon Figard, Tom Waltermire, Prolessor Winget, Calvin Alexander. Row Two: Cary Smith, Harold Henderson, Paul Dickson, jim Fr-eley, lid Drinkwater. Row Three: Ken Morrison. john Desmond. Bob Putnam, Dale Stotler. Alon Cray, Archie George. Ministerial Association 190 To serve the present age . . . search for truth . . . chapel speakers for Youth Week . . . mis- sion team leaders . . . fellowship together with Christ. Christian Youth Fellowship Council Stimulus to Christian living . . . genuine spiritual emphasis . . . highlights- singspira- tions . . . annual Christmas caroling . . . Bible quizzes . . . "This Is your Lifew -Mrs. Wil- liamson - make your life beautiful. 7 -Iohn Nielson, Carolyn Cray, Dave Fisk, Mike NK oodrulf. . 1 leated: Carolyn Cray. janice Comric, Beth Stockwell. Standing: Charles Hazikian, Steve Anderson, Dave Bowen, john Nielson, Mike Woodruff, Stan Lockwood, Dave Fisk, Eric Anderson. Sunday evening missions . . . "And ye shall be witnesses unto men . . . outreach ofthe gospel . . . prepare ye the way . . . bringing light to darkened lives . . . L'He is Ablef, Seated: Charles Bazikian. jackie Church, Steve Anderson. jim Feeley. Maynard Weymouth. Standing: Bur- ton Dunlop, jim Casler, Doug Dick- son, Wayne Yerxa, Dick llighy, jim Snell. jim Grinnen. Council on Religious Affairs Merging of religious organi' zations . . . prayer and fasting . . . reminders to prayforreviv- al meetings. Evangelistic Association Council in I l r l , V Class Prayer Meetings l Senior class advisors, Mr. and Mrs Wells, sing during devotional time. . sigh? f' ' rf Life more abundant in Christ. "I can do all things through Christ who strengthen- eth me." Dr. Samuel Young . . . Fall Revival . . . alumnus of our Alma Mater . . . General Superintendent . . . Scottish warmth and Irish humor . . . depth of understanding in his sermons . . . decisions made for Christ. Special Speakers l l 2 l s I t l l Rev.james E. Hunton . . . Kauffman Lectures, 0ctoberl2 and 13 . . . District Superintendent of the Philadelphia District . . .trustee of E.N.C .... "The Content ol the Evangelistic Messageu . . . "Willing to Walkinthe Way.' Rev. Kenneth H. Pearsall . . . Youth Week . . . District Dr. George E. Failing . . . Spring Revival . . . editor of The Wesleyan Methodist . . . the "workability" of holiness . . . man's re- lationship to God . . . impact . . . decisions . . . consecrations . . . victories for Christ . . . solos by Dean Wilder. Dr. H. Gilbert Williams fnot picturedj . . . Gould lectures, March 15 . . . outstanding Methodist evangelist . . . Bible teacher . . . Mlloliness- True or False?" . . . "Fatal Limitations" . . . wisdom from the Word. Superintendent . . . alumnus of E.N.C .... gifted writer . . . dynamic forcefulness . . . challenge to obey God . . . tender plea of Holy Spirit during altar services. 'W Av ml 1 in N N I. 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H 196 Dr. Mann, a member ofCru- sade Executive Committee, prepares to read the Scripture lesson. D r. Graham 1 1 I 4 if ll l 1 'I l ll l llllj il, lldl li'A lil, lin ,il iii ,NQ il' i lv fi ill i 4 ii ll This Is Your Life i I , i a l ri i i i i ' 1 i l 1 1 Young people's program . . . This is your life, Mrs. Esther Williamson . . . Lady Esther . . . Christian home . . . Christian teacher . . . i Love for young people . . . Live triumphantly , i despite trials . . . "I may be smiling but I mean it." . . . Wise guidance . . . "Make your life 2 beautifulf, l ll i ,K 1 1 .i .5 ii PM I li I il, z Ki it 1 1 l i , i i i l i I john Nielson, C.Y.F. President. questions Mrs. Williamson about some of her actions in earlier days 7 ff X 4 f IZ... 4 ' Q . X x X!! 'lx'-5 H' 7, ., "fix '- ' , '1". ' If QV mv' 44:4 Freshman . We saluted flag . . . at fiveo'clock in the morning! fi Sophomore . Q I thought pancakes were eaten with GLM, l' a knife and fork. 4 f f -MH Reveille . . . freshman style. v E li ll "WclCome to Treasure Island-Sigma Style" helped some of us make Sigma our society. .-0 Y l "Let's look alive, gang!" can be heard at the Freshman-Sophomore outing in May 1963. -n Manger scene - Christmas play. Prof. Babcock conducts sidewalk class. Ruth Ann S. and Ruth Ann prepare bouquets . . . what busy little beavers! unior . . . fl, -Q 'Q 'Q-Q Y lunior - Senior Daw. 1964. :'1-1.325 rf: Vt. . 'V 1 ff -Ln 'f ,h A . .1 .44-or -A .,.rgj-.:v.1:,r ' ,'5'-Nc. M m , - .' A ' N 5.+,if,Q A 2 ,N 1,-. L- .. ' . 5 : MJ" M :Lvl ' " x'x --0 Senior Year C ampus Candids . -4 a '. T "-ww 'Q an-.W P55553 Q 1 Q z , 5 J P "'4 2 in n s s,s ' N - u f ll QQ Q fi ' ' . 1 A fg "iff not 6 . . -:Hz 55 . - ,N ':- ma . .QV ow Y- ,. Agia ,,.X The gang at Freshman - Sophomore outing Ii.N.C.'ers study anytime . . . any place. Glamour ?? Behmd the bamboo curtam. in ,A.-. , Br :JP-1 "" 'A , i 1 ,i ,,e qi, N Now . . . may I eat my dessert ?" In this situation, Casey Stengel would .,,q... And now class . . . fthe results of hard work 1 and study Nut listm'n.th':1r . 'NH 3 W I Hurricanes Blaney and Hamlin ..... The "Post Office" profile. XJ IV -f. i M318 V f "...: 2: ' WN 3 4 .awk llllnlvnnauq No, tl1at's not Paul. Biology Study Hall . . .?? Z3 xyff iga' if r pi 'lvfip Q N Q35 . 204 Looks like Prof. Naylor wants to join the act. YY! n ,,f,.3,vg.. C ,mgsi - ,mg D D -.. Donovan, Donovan. quite contrary A Muscovite on Campus ??? A.. ..f-"" Well . . . at least it's a start. .l Us 1 ,l ,l it r Q .p I ' if '. A"w,W-M, J . 4 Q' ,ww I f , f "Nw 4'.' , e ' V gay' 32. - ' ,nb n . I ' "Bill, look at this dust YH What do you mean, -v--,N -4.Ylc 'fr ' ii ,J iv" V 'uw -..l 5 fun i Oh, oh, I think he spotted us! an V 1 I 391 M5 Account ran dry ' Dormitory prayer cell. "D r x 1 1. mqSOll"m.4b" I sa I I fu l I v I 3, Chess game in Munro Parlor. ,.,. :H .. r X fx 1 ,X f,Q'!-'ne' ".w'Q2v 5 W ' 1 :H 4 ,ECL . 'T - r -W L 'ff --5 " 3 ul1 ' 1' Q . W . 1' '.' x ' ' . ' A ' - V ' r. CBI. fi' ' r gui: I M , r A "H f fs I ' - ' 'gi A ,, ' .f ,f , "wi, A. ul? ' -11 v gg b ,if ,'- I' ul' ' ' 'L f' W A ." in ' r. W" . . R , U -5 g Q, . 3 - J 5 me .- .9 1.1 ll K yr A AN ' ' ' r :gs , 'W' ' Q " L 'V 'Q 1" L -- -07- .1--H --'-v'--v 1 'I' " " 'PQ' P. ' e' Q , ' ' : '15 ' -' 'I , ew, r HI ,iptsf-e .,,,, Rue 1 .,. -f, p , ,, 'A me ,X V' ' Y -- .A Q ' " V X41 A 1 0 -'-4 - 1 K! If 1 7. so 5 r' -X - 3' A g, 'JV' A 5 qi "li ' 'ir' . .- "s .-,G , f f . up 3 - 6 A! I. x ' """"' s' 4'- L R , 1 - 'TV ,ZW Q, n' V f vi-" rs? F ff .' ., 4' .1 1.14, .Jin- 1, The Gospelaires prepare to depart. lx The Anchormen Quartet stocks up for busy summer. fi' A-ln. 1 - .q .lb Atv V! D-1, , , 5 N0w,1fI can just fund somebody to take my picture. I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I I Q vw.. . 2 r Dave Fisk reads junior class charge to the class of '67. Alice Coulson throws dirt on the tree at traditional tree plantmg ceremony. Nlghtlx nmreh I'CllL1lI'Sdlb left flglll eh un tl und SCYIOIIS exprtssxons XM s lccrus xvorxng tu 1 nu N Latll .tus Ilufxts ...t .. ,X L' urges 1 I xl L . S lnllo'-g. -X Luniors . . . "1 ' K ' Q - ISI. ."1im' ilu' , " Q ' imlillgx .3 x 'VIICL' .Xre Spoken' '... the -'Allllil cn' P Matter' '... l'L'L'CSSiOIlllI. W 51 an?- junior-Senior Banquet fmhn' Head table guests. ,,, 4 twig. I Dr. Willwerth plays "The Toy Trumpet fl I'm Romeog I'm Juliet." K. Shocked ! 1 'X "We are the submarines you have been looking for." The White Cliifs of Plymouth . . . view of the ocean . . . Hturkey 'n all the fixin's',. . . Wheeling, West Virginia quartet . . . Mr. Wells at the piano . . . Mrs. jett's 'iHere, Tom . . . Come and get it, Tomn . . . Shaw's uspectacular' . . . speeches of appreciation. What's so funny about a Colonial floor lamp ?" Mrs. Jett . . . "W'hcre's Tom . . .?" "Gee . . . l'm lonely." 'U N N x ,I ,,,.-f 7 L- President s Banquet Emcee and host. 1' if fr-ff , six, F if . .M f . jini Douglas entenains. Uniting of graduates and families . . . introdu tions by Senior class advisor, Paul Wells . . . Pre dent Mann's "family" jokes . . . presentations farewell gifts to Drs. Starr and Cray . . . speci music and readings . . . candlelight . . . the gr and white. Let's hope this one holds up as good as the old one' I. 3 i ,gr . g w.f:y,?" --W 6' f" I: ' 'Nm , 'Nu Some of our grads. r- vw f-Q A L, ,Ax ,mv ' HN IL 'r-QQQ gg, A- w ,, - I . , A, ,F -'K fp s 8 ,W v ws f Q A' yd! -. 'HQ sf . .r r-'95 I Q ,I ,Y 4 I , - 4 ,, . 5 ' W ' - '-. Q' if 2 .' fagwei- ' ,Q Baccalaureate Service Faculty prepares to march. QW' Trumpet Voluntary . . . solemn expressions . . . "The More Excellent Way" . . . A Charge to Keep I Have . . . prayer for guidance as we run with patience the race that is set before us . . . to serve the present age. fag it .. ,ijgaf VII ' ff" if :J-Q .. V, 4' Q , " W ,z ei, m i . . . - "11,,,fQ, 'ff pw' P ,ri m U9 'xl 'w FS 1. a f . -. fv -I rag , 0,-y .A 4' D 4 , .gf .,r. ' G. "'f bt, ,. 4. - ' ,-v,'fx,-,- Q , Q ri TQ 'TWP' t J. lab. K4 ..,, Q, --. 1 in r Page sponsored by Eastern Nazarene College. 1 v A l l P 1 f 1 i F B lt 11 4 ii 1 w l l H I w n - .fn Final Chapel Dean Wetmore delivers Who's Who awards. Mixed emotions. Sacred communion service for seniors . . . shar- ing ofexperiences . . . memories. Well, we're just about through ! Last chapel . . . multitude of memories . . . sol- emn faces . . . presentation of plaques to valedictori- an, Pearl Shoff Knight, and salutatorian, Ruth Ann Stetson . . . "Take My Life and Let It Bea' . . . music by trio and quartets. Afternoon dedication of Shields Hall . . . to the advancement of Christianity. . .the building of Christian character . . . inculcation of Christian ideals. Crusader girls' trio sings "Halls of Ivy :1:'w."'u V 4 .- X kd"-'Q Q y. 1 1: L, V., ,, i , N.. psf. .- H 1 'i 1 , i k l I 1 ' u l 1 ll W1 -Q-S ' 1 I I l Q 5 t A l I- Q, 1 of ' v ,Q - ' 'A'1.f" ,, ,, N 5 X 'E '1, Q fig.. 'Z' 33 3 3 h y ' 0 5 'rw'-Q W' 0. as I ' s J gg ' ' , Ln. 1- .Vx ly' Q fi: Q W ' 1 'x f hh --f f MN , - x ' -f. . -X, - xx vga.: - my -3' .Q . ' Nw A f' ' v ' 5 'rw i"-Q 6.3 K V ww ,f rrp ff wf V . . a S", L I,- ,L iv ' ' 1 t - . - 6 ' . .' xr' ' .: ' Q ' Q 7' 1' - , Ll X A ' A H5-I5 dl "f nf- ,H-. 'I 'TG N T", f 1' " 1 ' U .lu ' ' - "Wt ' fl f ...A I L1 ' X .' 13' .- A A q,', T Y in 'iv K " is X4 , ' X W W QV 1 4 W3 'Q' w 5 ' QI , J I' . F 1, V V NW. V Y 'Z Wu W K 4 Q ,, :iq-it 'vi f Q ' 9- N V f I 5 Honorary Degrees Mr. Clarence C. Brown receives honorary Doctor of Laws degree. iight 'ff ' 09 WWI Rev. Robert I. Goslaw receives honorary Doctor of Divinity degree E-N-C, our Alma Mater .... glory unto .... " "My, he really did graduate Y" mi' ' 'ffl r 3 .,n..,.. , -.Wm W 1 N -Y rl 1 I . ,-"tiring: Els H . rj "QT I H H is-'xf'L4rf'J ff fwfr'-5. 1 -1 M,,.w1-'W ,WM f f ,J 1 , . ff-ff ' 444. , WV- ' -. -E ir fl . ' A ' N . : W W -,C 2 f FK H ,, ,M X, . .avg V 1 I H at ,lg ,, ,M ,, """-1.-Nu, ,A in ' ' s ' ADVERTISEMENTS G6 o ,, Their sound IS gone forth into all the land . . . NEIVV NEVV NEVV NEVV but the iff 1.JII1.L:u-II:'LfI:.II.-Lb CURRICULUM CALENDAR. FACILITIES STRUNG CHRISTIAN EDUCATION! 512957 XL A 71 rf NIRII I John Warren President lumni Association CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF T965 'V' T" 1' . .,, s W 'Q C , ' 1' F. Grant Cross li . Vi' X . Executive Director 1 . Alf! 1 Y ' 'hz V , E ' , W is , - left? fl, x tw if A x rim. J Q .K .1 .J Ei Viif - 'cf David Blaney Andrew Rankin ViCe-PreSidenf Treasurer You may become a member of the Presidents Committee of One Thousand by participating in one or more of the following programs: Life Loan Life Estate Plan Agreement Gift Annuity Annual Gift o A gfeblllellf S100 or If Eastern Nazarene College is to Continue her God-given responsibility in Christian education, she must enlist the loyal and sacrificial support ol' .ill her alumni and friends who share ber ideals and have faith in ber prograni. Eastern Nazarene Colle e i U A l f , it 5' I C - 5 . I I ll f H: I ' f 5 . i i if it WULLASTUN CHURCH Ill lhB NAZARENE i CULLECE CHURCH it H i 'i Q l l Q .1 Congratulations I it to the 'M A I It I Class of it 1 1965 l Rev. Milton Poole, Pastor Rev. William Youngman, Asst. Pastor l 5 CHURCH HOME TO E.N.C. STUDENTS I H 1 H, WHO ARE AWAY FROM HOME i l I , , L... f7iiri!?hiQ1gfgMa Dgrmff ,T 4.AA:qdm,r ' A Growing District ' Rich in Fellowship 'na' ' A Vision for the Future N' vc' ' 4 iff' l James E. Hunton District Superintendent We Pledge Our Support to the New Building Program CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1965 Advisory Board District Secretary A. C. McKenzie Chester M. Williams Boyd M. Long Russell Cannell District Treasurer Edgar Hellinger Lloyd G. Gordon AKRO DISTRICT "U my soul, thous has said unto the Lord, 'lliou art 'tt Il my Lord: my goodness extendetli not to tlieeg but to the saints that are in tlie earth, and to the excellent. in whom is all my delight." Psalm 16:2 ltev. fl. D. 'lltylor DISTRICT OFFICERS District Superintendent . . . . Rev. C. D. Taylor District Secretary . . . Rev. C. B. Wood District Treasurer ....... . . Rev. Austin Wright District N.F.M.S. President . . ...... Mrs. L. W. Durkee District N.Y.P.S. President . . . Rev. Robert M. Ingland, Jr. District District District District District District ALBA T DISTRICT EH' r Rev, Kenneth Pearsall Superintendent . . Secretary . Treasurer . . . . N.W.M.S. President . N.Y.P.S. President . . . Church Schools Chairman "Let the words of my mouth, And thc- meditation of my heart, Be acceptable in Thy sight, O Lord, my strength and my redeemerf' DISTRICT OFFICERS Q-4---sun...--.- on Pmlm 19:14 Rev. Kenneth Pearsall Rev. Morris E. Wilson I . . Rev. George Douglas . . Mrs. Ruth Tyner . . . . Rev. Carl Baker - Rev. Everett Kaufman NEW ENGLA D DISTRICT 16? Pc r tht lox I of C od 1 broader lh in the me isurc of in in s mind Xnd tht heart ofthe lt tun tl Is mc st mondcrtullx kind of" Dxstr1ctSuper1ntendent . . District Secretary . . District Treasurer ..... District N.W.M.S. President District N.Y.P.S. President DISTRICT OFFICERS I' VK Fiber . . Rev. Fletcher C. Spruce . . Rev. John B. Nielson . . . Rev. Clarence J. Haas . . Mrs. Fletcher Spruce . . Rev. Kenneth Alcorn - . I 'V fo ,x , . ., , 5 f . ' If " 2 ' 1' ' ' 2 ' ' L A . ' ' ' . " 2 ' Q JJ f ' I ' " .H i . . 1 In K Rev. Fletcher Sprun- D1str1ct Dlstrlct District District District NEW YORK DISTRICT A For C od lm ith nct gn en us the splrlt of fe ir but of power ind of love and ofa sound Illllld II Tlmothv 1 7 'ff' u II XX L DISTRICT OFFICERS Superintendent Rev J H VVh1te Secretary Rev Jay W Patton Treasurer Rev Clarence L Arnold N W M S President Mrs Phyllis Stanford N.Y.P.S. President . . . Rev. George Whetstone v Q xx A M ' 1 z 1 " ' -ig K".-I. . 'hit' The 100 Churches of the PITTSBURGH DISTRICT ff' 9-v"""" Rex Robert I K osl tu District Superintendent District Secretary District Treasurer DlStI'1Ct N F M S Presldent Mrs Dlstrxct N Y P S President Church SchoolBoard Chairman . . . Oh the ht 1 ht ind depth of mcrcx' Oh thc ls n th cmd hxcaclth of loxe Oh tht fullmss of FfdtlIlpIl0Il Pltd 1 of tndlcss hft cthoxc' F frotbx Rev Robertl Goslaw Butler Pa Rev RussellE Lewis O1lC1ty Pa Mr C C Brown Butler Pa Clarence E Nelderhlser Rev Paul Bowlby Rev. Russell Merriman E.N.C. 1965 Commencement Speaker was Rev. Robert I. Groslaw. Rev. Goslaw and Mr. C. C. Brown were both awarded honorary doctorate degrees at this time. a ay f M , I Q3 . . H U, L. I ' E. 6 ,.U-,h , X ' ,i I , '77 .j. J g DISTRICT OFFICERS District District District District District WA HINGTON DI TRICT "Holiness by-comclll thine house. O Lord, forever," Psalm 93:5 Dr. E, E Crossc DISTRICT OFFICERS Superintendent . . ................ . . Dr. E. E. Grosse Secretary . . . . . Rev. Joseph Biscoe Treasurer ....... . . . Rev. Kenneth L. Akins N.F.M.S. President . . . . Mrs. Roy M. Bowers N.Y.P.S. President . . . . Rev. John M. Gardner UNCTION FOR ACTION MAI E DISTRICT "Since from His bounty I rcceivc Such proofs of low' clivirmc, Had I Cl tlrousancl lu-zrrts to give Lord, they should all hc Tlrinc. r.n 1' Rev. oshua CI. Wagner DISTRICT OFFICERS DISIFICI Superlntendent DlSl.I'lCt Secretary D1str1ct Treasurer Drstrlct N F M S Presldent Dlstrlct N Y P S Presldent Church School Board Chalrman Rev Joshua C Wagner Rev George E Teague Mr Sherman Irvlng Mrs Joshua C Wagner Carl Retter Rev George E Teague li ,psf Student Supplies Souvemrs Film Service Bibles Typewriter rentcl CCLLEGE BCQKSTORE CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 1965 5' SI 7171 ft . . ................. . . . . . '---.J l W l V-Q! Q. l I N " r I I I .3 l l s A Q., W L "..":.".,T,...,.,.""',F ' ,gi 4 V ' rg, ,L:L maj. l ? , -- " I eu IA Sixteenth and Webster N W Washmgton, D C CUNGRATULATIUNS Cheryl lliers 1'21lSmilh lJianz1Wl1itlcy Ruth Young Neel Price Dave Young FIRST CHURCH 0F THE HAZARENE r I I i i N ii 'ffqin . W f Q 1 , i i Qi 7 5 pb 7 i 2, 1 A J i 7 i i 7 Cor. Hudson Drive ot Porkcliffe Youngstown ll, Ohio i ' " ' f -ifif f -Q i'ff'P'fv , 1-'fgw if s,g.,af 1 sm gif 1 'fl 'jig i yi i is A ' i 1 i il K 'iw w if J I 1 ffiffv ' - 'zf' R 13 I i I 1 if AAR X V K i ' . i ipffll , Xl Estelle Crutcher 1 7 " ' W ' M znzster i i f - i if ' ii I ii ,rx wi I. i ' if ' f 1 t' V i W ,, Phone: 782-9932 i Residence: 782-5876 il :il I i Q iii 113 ii 1 ii i 837 1 i I W i "The Lord lzatlz done great flll'7lg.S' for us whereof we are glad. " Psalm 126 3 A friendly welcome awaits you at The Church of the Nazarene East Market Street Miftlinburg, Pennsylvania Phone: 717-966-9551 Fred D Pnck Pastor 211 Maple Street Mlfflmburg Pa Phone 717 966 3573 Worshlp Wuth Us SERVICES Church School Morning Worship Evangellstlc Service Wednesday Prayer Servuce Congratulatlons to the Class of 65 93OAM 1030 AM 730 PM 745 PM N.Y.P.S. ...... l. . 7100 PlM l T 3. 3 BUILDING for Puaoolzess T LINCOLN PLACE , T CHURCH of the NAZARENE :gg i l l ,affix I, PITTSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA X fi MN 4 fi x llllil T In JU A Y IQXX xxx 2, W fi w i N LUTHER L. PIERCE fi E PKZH07 -- ??PV?i -' P' .., -:1- x I ' an 5 VHS H i + ,X K I ill l a x , Robert Wayman, Treasurer , Marion Jenkins, Secretary Central Square, Cambridge Roy Sample, S.S. Superintendent Lula Boyer, Missionary President Fory Musser III, N.Y.P.S. President Neale MaCLain, pastor John S. Burgess, S.S. Supt. Robert Partlow, N.Y.P.S. Pres. Mabel Randall, N.W.M.S. Pres. Sandra J. Pierce . . . . . . Student at E.N.C. Congratulations to the Class of I965 H CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '65 , FIRST CHURCH UF THE NAZARENE Cleveland, Ohio T H ll l Q l I fi l T I l William P wilhoyre Minister , . , ' l l Ronald Angles, Minister of Music ' l , Richard Sisco, S.S. Supt. -sf 4 ll Jessie Wilson, Missionary Society Pres. ' ' 1 Louise Sisco, N.Y.P.S. Pres. ll 1 ll, ll s l - . . f ', Students from our church: Rev' Wllllam P' Wllhoyte Q ll Robert Kovach ll Dorothy Kovach gl , l f W l I ll l T 1,i..,lM, , ,, ARLINGTON CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 1057 1'r1plett Boulevard Akron Ohlo 44306 'Ml' ,Me 95345 'HH JohnW Eppler Pastor When ln Akron WOTShlp wlth us FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE BEST WISHES New Cumberland Pennsylvanla TO THE CLASS OF 1965 Congratulates FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Ninety furst Street John M Gardner ot Recd Avenue Nlogczro Folls, New York 1 965 Graduating Class ,Zu fo- T Pastor E' 'Y' I . 0 9 .qs 1 , . . ft M 3 . C , ' , QA, . . - H.: 1 ' , W.-2'-4 vii' fi' ,iv ' ' ww 4 E I ' ' 1 r. '?fQv,, ,sg'fg.s5.,5,' ,, A , ' -, . ' ' ' ' -0 W.i'2x,fi -SWR' 'W 1 . , f?.aAv,3,q'5fw 52 z 4 A53 ' , ' , I YEgv.u: '. 'EN f,:g1.,Q:2f'35' 'Y P'- Qf.. 'f A-ar f' 'Q " " ,, w' 0. 901 ' . ,M-, A - Vi ,X pw". 3 O ' ,A I : - - - W., I 'x I fl ' , J- V I j.: " - ' ' Y du-4-Q :unq- , :Qt . , A ' - ' 9 rc ' - - 99 . W CHURCH of the NAZARENE Compliments of the 1309 Bay Ridge Avenue Annapolis, Md. - 21403 Harry E. Grimes, Pastor OXFORD CHURCH of the NAZARENE 711 Severn Avenue Penn Ave 8. Locust Street Oxford Pennsylvania TO know Christ better and to make HIM better known' CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1965 trom Yorktown Church ofthe Nazarene White Hull Road Yorktown Heights New York Pastor Jay A Bergers Our message for the World Christ is the Answer' Pou1S Coo Lfe B g tCa1ary CALVARY CHURCH of the NAZARENE 28 E H tt d C Y o 71oCH4 7433 dBR17014 ROY E CARNAHAN Pastor MyENCb g hco 19 TWIN BOROUGH CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Boyd M Long Pastor OUR STUDENTS Dor1s Umstead Glenn Jowder Douglas Bean Joyce Bush Congratulatlons t Class of 1965 k Pastor lgilgg F" Fifth and Washington Streets Royersford Pa A House of prayer and worship 11 ' ' ll ' I " i e ins a v " - - 5 . enrie a R . ' Ro hes er, New York I Ph nes - on - -T ' . J 1 , , a , . . e a channel throu h w i h ur ' heri a e posses on to the future. A' , X fr ggi' 1 ,ff Q ' A ' w ,,. f IX, . M F . f f , , A ' f ' . . . I If 'I I ' rn, , M an fps, C , . ' ' f-- iw- -V , A , f . W "f f Vw C ' 2. f ., X ,xxg . E i ' I Zi: "A, 1 Hz ' ' 1: l 1 l Y A qi. ' I j 'A 4 , , - ,A A A . k nl , I. P lm D T . fl u . 0 , I I 0 it - rr X5XXlll l,Z : X ffg--,. xwmxxwmxxxxmwiy s 2 Q J 5 . , 1 J if , -sz 2 - J f ! ffflf!!ff f C uba X 95 of ' D Andbv N Chelms or .wuU,,Hlw' s ' "" ewkssury Chtl 5 - ' i ulleraca 4 'T 5 2 a 2 5, as I c R Q 1 Q . ,o fa X S S S gf 5 E if 5, Our Students at E.N.C. John Jordan Merritt Nielson Graduating Seniors John Nielson Robert Putnam Compliments of Congratulations to the Class of l965 FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE PEABODY CHURCH Lowell, Mass. John B. Nielson, Pastor A friend and supporter of E.N.C. from the beginning. N.W.M.S. President . . ........ Leona Baldi S.S. Superintendent . ....... Russell Hood N.Y.P.S. President .......... Robert Brackett NEW PALTZ CHURCH ot the NAZARENE No Chestnut Street of the New Paltz New York NAZARENE The friendly church with a big welcome R E Howard Pastor CHURCH of the NAZARENE 8-Sp gG REV ROBILRI D CHPXN 1 I Q l 965 ,, . . . . . , I 12th rin arden Streets Euston' Pennsylvonlc Was ungton Avenue and C estnut Street , , ,. , . , Ephrata, Pennsylvania J I 'S "' Rlixi WIl,l,l.XNl .. '1-LN llillittl Con ratulations -Class o l . Best Wishes to the Class o l . Oliver Wirth Pastor EPHRATA CHURCH of the NAZARENE h h li NKJXN l 965 In MaryIand's Center of Education The Universal, .,fM.,,,..,..d HAVERHILI. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE COLLEGE PARK CHURCH 2 W""e' Sffee' Haverhnll Massachusetts 9704 Rhode Island Avenue College Park Maryland Rev H E Trask Pastor NEIL E HIGHTOWER Pastor Supporting the Center of Nazarene Educatlon SS Szzperzfztrfzdefzf Nlrs Salnsburx 'V I P5 Praszdezzt Marjorxe Noyes 'VF IIS Pmzdfnf Harold Moses Church Serrrlrzn ulla Blackburn Churrh freatznffr G W Stevens Eastern Nazarene College Our Student Thus Year We support E N C and her Ideal PAUL W OVERHOLT of Chrnstnan hngher educatlon Reformed Baptist Church 70 Mllltary Street Houlton Manne '-1541"-C Q 1 Former E N C ers ln our church Church Officers yHod Fraser Dunlop 24 Ruth Hardmg Black 48 Donald Hardmg 54 Marle Hutchmgs Hard1ng 54 Rev Fraser Dunlop Pastor S S Supt Mrs George Bates R B M S Mrs Fraser Dunlop R B Y S Mrs Eugene Byron Treasurer Mr Donald Hardlng Clerk Mrs Donald Hardlng Congratulatlons Class of I965' When m Northern Marne Worship with Us 1 r . . . 3 'v 'v v ' I ' . .. . . W 1' . . 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VV - - ., , -- -. . .- , - . . , ..,... V ...., ,,., - . V ------ . ,. . ,- .... V ..... 34,-,,,-Q.5.-.:.V.:.g.g.:.,.:.g.g.-g.:.-45.:.,,.,..,, .1-.,g4.:, ..-,.......,.a..: , .. -,.-f -V , .,.. , ......., .,.5,,M.I.,4.,,.,.A,Q,,.4,.g,f,z.,, V-. HNQNF --- ,,. .,... .. .. .. .,., .. .,.... J... , ,x,,4:,v7,, KENMORE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Corner Iona Ave , at N Twelfth St Akron, Ohuo FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Allentown, Pennsylvania Robert M lngland .lr Pastor OUR E N C STUDENTS Dawn Engel Glenn Galusha Lee Haas Joel Plckerung Gary Stokes M61 Congratulations to the Class ot T965 Rev, M. L. Bunker Pastor Congratulatrons Students, Faculty, and Class of l965' WASHINGTON FAITH Church of the Nazarene Seat Pleasant Maryland Norman V Ruckey Pastor . , . ' Ll.: I i r . ll 'fu . 5 . ,..,g--rl' Q CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Malden, Mass. Organized 1899 Worklng Hand In Hand wlth E N C from the Begunnlng Belleves That a Great New Day Lies Ahead for Eastern Nazarene College Donald H Strong A B 1939 Mmrster Wllllam E Dyment A B 1959 S S Supt Fletcher Tlnk Director of Music mg When In New York Cnty Worshnp In Richmond Hull PAINESVILLE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Llberty at Hugh Sts Palnesvllle, Ohlo We appreciate our College and faculty We congratulate the Class of 1965 We are proud of our students Wlllnam Rlgden Peggy Phlpps Duck Pritchard Jlm Snell Fred Malcomb Myron Rlchey Pastor 224 Llberty St Trust In the Lord with all thrne heart and lean not unto thine own understanding In all thy ways acknowledge Hlm and He shall direct thy paths Proverbs 3 5 6 FIRST CHURCH OF THE ClarenceL Arnold Pastor Telephone 212 849 5734 108 03 95th Avenue Rachmond Hull New York We congratulate the Class of T965 and pledge our continued support to E N C ' I ' Y 1 N A Z A R E N E I", , . . .L fi.: Q -- -A fag ' I CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 236 Main Street Manchester, Conn. Rev. Robert Shoff, Pastor Congratulations to the Class of T965 Students at E N C 1964 65 B111 Adamson Chr1st1ne Kllpatrlck Carolyn Beckwlth Sharon K1lpatflCk Donald F1sh Susan LOCHSCIO Judlth Gardner Dorls Lovjoy Rlchard Fxsh D1anne Platt Graduatlng 1n May Nancy Craft Pearl Knlght Sharon Gardner Charles Lunn Congratulations to the Class of I965' FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Highland Avenue at W. Ninth Street Chester Pennsylvania Chester M. Williams, Minister Now Attending - Janice M. Williams, Class of T967 "The Friendly Church with the Christian Welcome!" ,fi X " QMQN ' s Congratulations . . . Class of T965 and Nautilus Staff West Grove Church of the Nazarene T30 Prospect Avenue West Grove, Pennsylvania Dale E. Hilkert . . . ............ Pastor Otis Graybeal . . . . . . S. S. Superintendent Belle Sapp .... . . Missionary President Elbert Graybeal . . . . . N.Y.P.S. President Our Students - Thomas Snyder Orville Sapp FIRST CHURCH FIRST CHURCH of the OF THE NAZARENE NAZARENE f Euclid and Hampton Avenues O Augusto, Maine Trenton, New Jersey Congratulations to 5UlUfe5 E-N-C the Class of I965 Carlton P Gleason Pastor Our Students Marllyn Blansdell Debble Rowe John Smeth Maynard Weymouth WARREN OHIO FIRST CHURCH ,yff W? H W Hull Pastor Dave Hyde S S Supt M M M Don Brown, N Y P S Pres Mrs Melvnn Fee, N F M S Pres M'igff f ,ws F T W gggsagf' 6, It Q We Congratulate the Class ot I965 . . . 'iifzv-'wif ' QL: ' . H f' '- 1 2 -ffl f 'Q' 42 -wa: I . , - "1 ' fi , P V -wx qgf - 1 . V- , ,, X sf ug war A , ,M ,I I P 1, f I W QQ so my I A V ' 'joe . V ., V 1 vid G 'iw ' '.' 9 I , . M ' ' I , ,,- Q , ,Q --z.1,5E:3,m . 4153, I Q. ,..:,.,1,5E! ' - 'fTM"4,A lx , , 1 A -1,1 . . . -f- ,M . ifsm: 'Tag " f '- ' - -M" f ' "Q 5 M.. .W W., Lg fli r t T. A T . . . . . 5 ii i ft .vii W A , 'L M i g, ,. 2 9- . ill 7' A g:5:::5:- .j.q, rc, 2. , : 0 W? I - . 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' '?3vm'1' 1tf?,:' '48 'f.F2"-'- -'55"5?5fZ'iw,9S?f"w-4 5' - K '- " ' A 'WW I W n ll DOVER CHURCH of the NAZARENE 70 HUDSON sr DovER N J Mountaun Lake Area of Northern New Jersey It IS only the lnvlng Christ wlthln Who keeps us sa e II Cor 410 Lfvmg Letters FIRST CHURCH of the Rev JayW Patton Pastor Rev James H Swartz Assxstant Pastor Mrs Lee Lynch M1n1ster of Muslc James Cochran S S Superlntendent Mrs Sh1r1ey Stanford N Y P S Presldent Donald Darsch C S T Dlrector OLEAN NEW YORK CHURCH of the NAZARENE NAZARENE 170 Reservoir Avenue pmyerfufly .Q Providence Rhode Island Fmancmuy The Oldest Church ofthe Nazarene Organized 1887 Telephone Zup Code Mmmer 401 781 2428 02907 Supportlng E N C wuth Supporting E N C Consistently James C Tasker Pledges Payments Pupils and Prayers John W Foster A55'5lUnl Aurea T Campbell N W M S Presrdent AlanR Eddy S S Superintendent Come to New England s Second Largest Cnty Deborah MOH N Y P 5 Presmqem and Worship with Us We welcome you Rev Ross R Crnbbns Class of 53 Pastor Come See Us, 1 b I I I Q K 7 4 ""' 1 'A' f -f--H' ' """"""""' -fe -,.......1o:l-1 , HW... 1-4-in I X, , r , P' R ' 1 . . , . . , yy 0 I C l I Q ' , f Il , 9 ' ' e - . 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H P X 'I I V .I I , W I' I ,VIZ 1,1 ,J f , , yu' 11 . 4 ft 'Q X K . . 4 I 5? f , ,. , f 240 Main Street Binghamton New York George Wolf Pastor Best Wishes HOME OF Douglas Atkinson Bradley Patch Raymond Patch Kenneth Smith Ruth Smith Bel Air CHURCH of the NAZARENE Bel Air, Maryland Students at E.N.C.: Linda Miller Robert Miller Everett Smith Graduating in May: Ruth Ann Jones Barbara Swift Patricia Swift lll?iIl Jll lil HRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 764 Hathaway Road New Bedford Massachusetts Rev Alexander Ardrey, Pastor Where a warm welcome awaits you." Rev. Jerold K. Jones Pastor NAZARENE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 1700 East Meyer Boulevard Kansas City, Missouri 64131 Lewis T. Corlett Mendell Taylor . D Pres A graduate school ol theology ean l 51-QA IMMANUEL CHURCH of the NAZARENE 1301 Columbia Avenue Lansdale Pa HaroldA Parry Pastor Congratulations Our Students God Bless You Tom Beyer Class of 1965 Nancy Parry if-A - l !g"'i"""'g'-"r 5 5 : H., .K A-1-new M553 'wma IMMANUEL S ACRES Stanley Hedrick S S Superintendent Mrs John Koffel Sr N W M S President Paul Foulds N Y P S President Harvey Freed Choir Director Mrs Paul Koffel Jumor Supervisor Mary Lou Fischer Organust f. ..m,,,7H 1 it 1 ,..-..-.-.15 , , ,. u A A ww '5..t"'U'-V-. . K, N , X 1 . A , 'VJ 0 I I ' ' I l . - . II ,fly ' . V " , ' - . . hiv- M 1 g , N' ' V , '. A' ., - K 'A Q L.-QL - - ,, t A- . ' , 3, ,, , rt ...-,H - v . V 'f r-jj 4" ' 9 V - , I ' ,S B S ' 3-' 5: ' ' 2 ' 5 -3 -' Yau :Y 1 Q: I cwulcu U ' ' E T ' ' ' atm? I 1 , W Y i W.-K VV -A51',..f,H' .. we H , . fl. ,' 1 ruznlc'-L 44 - -.-..A-.sn-nsf- .- M - , ... , , , , Q xi. ,, A , . N , , eg fr -- - . , " .. V-A-- LM K..,,, ' "f U ' V V " - .37 var. l D T- -- j4,:.A ' , I v se., lg ., " V x ,Jr ', ' , , ,J-1 . ' ,, F 'fl ll I ll T' 0 I I I I '- I 0 0 n . . . T 0 n I a "- . 1 - Ocean Avenue and Garfield Place East Rockaway Long Island New York R J Cerrato Pastor Congratulations To The Class of T965 When on Long Island Visit Our Friendly Church FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE WARREN, PENNSYLVANIA THE GROWING CHURCH Congratulations to the Class of I965 James Casler Douglas Dickson Allan Gray Carolyn Gray James Grinnen Our E.N.C. Students: Joyce Jefferson Susan King Patsy Lindquist David Moore Sharon Rieder FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Congratulations Class of 1965 FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 800 Johnson Street Salisbury, Maryland John L. Parry, Pastor - - so Our Student at E.N.C. - Juanita Parry N Y P S Officers President Frank Taylor Vice President Dale Parry Secretary Judy Beach Treasurer Carol Hubbard Advisor Wendall Hubbard FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE KNICKERBOCKER 8t VERNON PATERSON 3 NEW JERSEY Former E N C ers 1n our church Betty Hughes Arthur Hughes Harry E West Alma Washburn Lo Rae Reed Wayne Hysong ohn Leoter CHURCH OFFICERS Pastor Arthur Hughes SS Sup! Ivan W Frank NFMS Pres Rose Miller NYP6 Pres LoRae Reed Harry Palmer John Ortman ARTHUR HUC HFS P 1 S IUR -66- , . .............'49 -68- . .......,... ..,53 ...........,51 3 x,,1,, ,59 --.,1' 4 ' ' . a-gf -NJ. xa . f-4. I-ZPL .I , vw Jw - f' I ,. I , .. , READING, PENNA. CALVARY CHURCH OFTHE NAZARENE Centre Avenue at Fourth Street CONGRATULATIONS AND GOD'S BEST TO THE CLASS OF '65! Our representatives at E.N.C.: Vona Northrop '68 Carol Ann Steinmeyer '68 Barbara Walter '68 Hershel Werner '68 Rev ArthurM Fallon Pastor Selmer fzom Clalvaky 6' I1 Sand y 8 30 goo J HI! om WEEU 850 on fllowt Q I FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE S X ff! N' Z' IX' fl ff 2 R Canton, Ohlo Rev Beattle Pastor Hazel W1n1and N F M S Presldent H T Jackson SS Supermtendent Dav1d Gertsch NYPS Presldent ., 1, . , J 7 YS I ' ,., - 9' Q! 77 , ac a : - : . . , za ".1gffi" I ' I 1 , , x .. I S f T '. 7 li -.- xxx ' VI .. - ,- . -' I .... - W . :L .S "mr Aff, .Ny ' 'T' ' .4 - i ' , . 4,-.1 .r -:xxx 'F .. ,aft xy fl N Ae SK-A ,inn-AK If "' Vit- A 2, fi . ll""- ,V EAW , - """ H 1 la- F-7 'M I 4 wx A '77 9 ,.. . ., . ' ' ,I In ' ,Y ' ,Q ' - .ll " - 3 W I M," -- A - '--'H .. .1 , -E ,1 If n- .. . --. 4 I -.- N, . 5 - " 1 . , 1 . - , X- ,, an H ,.,,,," " ' - is '- I ' I '1 '1 ' -'Lib' . . Y. ..- W J , --D U Y 4 1: ,f ' - ll "r gr ' ff" - "' I" , "-:ff 2 1: I ,-' "V .5 2: . " v, - ' Fg:'lL1 I :WWW -Y., , ' K, tlhl- 23+ 152 1- , " 6'-5: 1- -I--1-H' , I' , I """ f ff .X .S ' . -S-sf, A 5 ' V -, ' ,,.f" ,--" T' RC - ' - , N-'tg ,. . ' . ....,... , ,,. --1-ig' .:.., g. " ' - - -fm an I ...., M I I. I ' 'A " f . . , , . . . . . . , . . , . . . . an +3 FIRST CHURCH 4 East Liverpool Ohio "N"'N'5"- I A Spmtual Mountain an the Ohio Valley C G Schlosser Pastor 3 if "-w FIRST CHURCH ot the NAZARENE ' Akron, Ohio 7 5' Greetings to the Faculty at E.N C and Class of '65 'v ...- Students at E N.C. Pat Sterlmg Rev l:l0Yd Flemm'n9 Ron Lott PU5f0f . ',,Ll,t:. 3- 1 I--fx ,, :r"V"f V ' fix.. ,ve - ' 'L ,T. . .. Q' Q .' - u 9 9 ' - '- I 'P fh' e- -: . - ' A' r -, ...- -. '- 1 CPC' ' 'M -. - ' ' ..,- ,.,. 1 1 ,. X I rt ' Q: C, A . ' , :fi r l ' . ' . -v..n4-,-1 Q"'1 tl ' 3 , ' . ' ' 'f biiq ' ' 1?'f'1-55. ,snr ' lt . --f f-NC? BTI ' ' .N 'K ' s... ' f - " " V 1 L.. . ., 1 lv: - ... ' :':1'--- " X , 4. - A 1' s o a n I II t .. . l . ll' I , 9 . . , ,. ' 4 ' ' 6:11 VV if F ,I ' Q, 1' n- ' , at l V ' 4 if 4 L l ' l L l ' Fairview Avenue at West Seventh Street Frederick, Maryland 'X N -w c 6 AY' IW 'iles W -AK-bw Pastor Rev Joseph D Biscoe Secretary William E Slttlg SS Supt David Devllbuss Pres N WM S Mrs Walter See WM 'ff W of Pres N YP S Mrs William Hess iv' , Rx ,V N, re ,- 'Q3' 25 'Qi s. 3 s2S3'5,4.'Pjf A6 933 Q59-f +N5,w"" 2 X QQ- xtfbi-,Y 5 MMQ-wi -9 ,- ll 95? W is 5 5 ,egg ,uafxpndvvliif WEST SOMERVILLE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Elm Street at Russell near Davis Square t' West Somerville, Massachusetts P esenting the Christ ofthe Cross " -.,,. ' ,, .4 in,- . I i X ill I if Q C T Rev. Alan Keith t , , 'fx ii " i Pastor f 1 f X 1 1 HV. - i f 1 in 411, ,ggi ll aff' , ,' . -,L fiffl! flqymg - ' 1 ii' rl if fj l 52 15" A ' . pf? if CHURCH ot the NAZARENE VERMONT ZONE Congratulations to the Burlington East Charlestown Johnson Leicester Lyndonville Class of 1965 Newbury Newport St. Albans Waterville Wolcott l i I , . . 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Alexander, Mary. 3514 Liberty Cardens, Baltimore 7, Md Alexander, Susan. 9 So. Ir. 'l'err., Quincy, Mass. 65 Allen, Walter. 17 Thorndike St., Braintree, Mass. Allison, Donald. 241 S. Artery, Quincy, Mass. 65, 174 Almeida, Kenneth. 13 Priscilla Circ., Quincy, Mass. Anderson David. liverett, Pa. Anderson David. Mercer, Pa. Anderson Donald. 52 Indianola Rd., Youngstown, Ohio. Anderson liric. 247 Ii. Main St., Middleboro, Mass. 105, Anderson Kenneth. Box 210, Rocks, Md. 106, 181 Anderson, Anderson, Paul. 247 li. Main St., Middleboro, Mass. Stephen. 11 River St., Quincy, Mass. 65 Anderson, Stephen. 23 Randall St., Maynard, Mass. 90, Anderson, Valerie. 3055 English Rd., Rochester, N.Y. 106, Angell, Cary. 65 Could St., Quincy, Mass. 90 Angell, Cordon. 65 Could St., Quincy, Mass. 98 Apsit, lilizabeth. 50 Willet St., Wollaston, Mass. 90, 177, Arey, David. 387 Mitchell Rd., Cape lilizaheth, Maine. Arnold, Bernard. lillenbury, N.Y. Arukian, Sona. 37-16 65th St., Woodside, N.Y. 106, 177, Atkinson, Douglas. 2 Arthur St., Binghamton, N.Y. 98 98 106 106 98 142 177 178 106 178 Beyor, Charles. 28 Wollaston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. Beysolow, Facia. 8 Carey St., Monrovia, Liberia. 149 Biggs, Marion. 58 Cheriton Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 90 Bishop, Allred. P.O. Box 28, Ikes Fork, W.Va. 106 Black, Dale. State Route, North, McConnelsburg, Pa. Blaisdell, Marilyn. 11 Middle St., Augusta, Maine. 90 Blaney, Paul. 65 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 90, 116 Blinn, juanita. 51 Wilson Ave., Presque Isle, Maine. 66, 142, 149 Boger, glanie. 1838 S. Arlington St., Akron, Ohio. 106 Bolles, Karen. 23 N. Beach Ave., Bourne, Mass. 106 Bombara, Mildred. 50 Lowden Ave., Somerville, Mass. 67, 142 Borden, jr. Sherwin. 15 Longfellow Rd., Worcester, Mass. Bosworth, Mary. Skowhegan, Maine. 67, 141 Bowen, David. 7805 Clark Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 98, 142, 187 Bowen, john. 7805 Clark Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. Bower, Beverly. 16 Ardmore St., IC. Braintree, Mass. 67 Bower, David. 16 Ardmore St., IC. Braintree, Mass. 98 Bowlev, Donavon. 201 Ash St., Waltham, Mass. 98, 147 Aubut, Charles. 79 Raymond St., Iiast Weymouth, Mass. 90, 174 Babcock, Paul. 1639 Main St., Weymouth, Mass. 98 Babson, joan. 149 'lxaylor St., Wollaston, Mass. 65 liadavas, Barbara. 106 Iivans St., Watertown, Mass. 106, Badgerow, james. 3208 Latta Rd., Rochester, N.Y. 98, 172 176 Badoud, Morris. 15 Locust llill Ave., Yonkers, N.Y. 106, 178 Baker, liloise. Shore Rd., Monument Beach, Mass. 106 Baillie, Iohn. 145 High St., Danvers, Mass. Baldwin, Donald. Wauchula, Fla. 65, 142 Baltz, Raymond. I'hrichsville, Ohio. 66 Barger, Barbara. 2811 Maple Rd., Wilson, N.Y. 106 Barresi, Paul. 133 Keayne St., Revere, Mass. 106 Bates, Yiolet. 2 Apex St., Quincy, Mass. 66 Baublitz, Raelyn. Routey Butter Rd., York, Pa. 106 Bowley, Brian. 201 Ash St., Waltham, Mass. 106 Bowman, Ramona. 703 Cherry Ave., Williamstown, W.Ya. 106 Bowman, Shirley. 7 Iibbett Ave., Wollaston, Mass. Boyden, Rosainond. Ii. Derry, N.II. 106 Bradbury, Donna. 27 Iidwards Rd., Braintree, Mass. 106 B randes. David. 229 Penn Ave., Paterson, 98 Brewer, Robert. 237 Syracuse Ave., Oswego, N.Y. 106 Briggs, Merrill. Box 195, Dixfield, Maine. 90 Brigham, Linda. 237 Old NisKayum Rd., Latham. N.Y. 106 Bromley, Susan. Rt. 2, Box 186, West Chazy. N.Y. 106 Brotherton, Donald. Deloit, Ohio. 98 Brown Brown Brown Brenda. 123 Beach St., Wollaston, Mass. 67 ,jane 3541 Oakmont Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 107, 139 Kenneth. 824 Liberty St., Braintree. Mass. Brown, Richard. 36 Greene St., Quincy, Mass. 107 Brown, Sharon. North Anson, Maine. 107 Bauman, Bernard. 762 Island Cottage Rd., Rochester, N.Y. 106 Baumgartner, Cerald. 1800 S. Crescent Blvd., Yardley, Pa. Baumgartner, Richard. 1800 S. Crescent Blvd., Yardley, Pa. 106. 178 Bausman, Dorothy. 4121 Kinshury, Toledo, Ohio. Bazikian, Charles. 3 Iildorado Place, Weehawken, 90, Bazikian, Daniel. 3 Iildorado Place, Weehawken, 106 158 Bean, Douglas. Pikeland Ave., Spring City, Pa. 90, 147, 160, 172, 180 Beckwith, Carolyn. 12 Lynn Dr., Yernon, Conn. 90 Beckwith, Iillen. 94 Mt. Yernon Ave., Melrose, Mass. 106 Beckwith, Sharon. 41 Morias Ave., Keene, N.II. 106 Bell. Mabel. 382 Montcello St.. Brockton, Mass. 66 Benjamin, Brenda. 264 Island Pond Rd., Springfield, Mass. Benner, Dwight. Olivet Nan. College, Kankakee, Ill. 90 Bennett, David. Iiast Corinth St., liast Corinth, Mass. 106 Benson, Phebe. Box 371, Princeton, Ifla. 98 Benson, R. Box 371, Princeton. Fla. 106, 181 Benson, Thomas. Box 206, Manchester, Ca. 90 Best, Iudith. 621 Canton, Ohio. 66, 178, 158, 116 Bevan, Ruth. 146-20 Ilolly Ave., Iflushing, N.Y. 106 Beyer, 'l'homas. 121 li. 4th St., Lansdale, Pa. 90 Brunsell, Bradley. 307 Bellevue St., W. Roxbury, Mass. 90 Bryanton, Alden. 30 Merrymount St., Ilingham, Mass. 107 Burgess, Brent. 1 Percy Place, Cambridge, Mass. 107 Bush, yloy. 642 New St., Spring City, Pa. 98, 177 Butnam, Peter. 35 liuclid Ave., Quincy, Mass. Butterworth, Alice. 4002 Township Line Rd., Collegeville, Pa. 97 Cabisius, Nancy. Scenic Highway, Bournedale, Mass. 98 Calvert, William. 2111 Ilolborn Rd., Wilmington, Del. 107 Campanile, Charles. 21 Peace Rd., Ilopedale, Mass. 98 Campbell, Colin. 591lolmes St., Quincy. Mass. Capen, Kimber. Box 762, Gardiner, Maine. 107 Cappers, Cynthia. 45 Frothingham St., Milton, Mass. Cardwell, Wilma. 44 S. Central, Wollaston, Mass. 107 Carlson, William. 108 Williamson St., IC. Rockaway, N.Y. 90 Casler,james. 25 Cedar, Warren, Pa. 98, 138, 181 Chadbourne, Wingate. 173 Pleasant St., Brockton, Mass. 90 Chan, Chi. 8 Ilemenway St., Boston, Mass. 90, 149 Chan, Kwok. 1009A Beacon St., Brookline, Mass. 98, 149 Chapman, Donald. West Chazy, N.Y. 90 Chase, Arnold. 106 Marlboro St., Wollaston, Mass. 67 Chase, Lucille. 113 Walnut St., So. Portland, Maine. 107 Chase, Yonica. 111 Benton Ave., Port Allegany, Pa. 107 Chavez, Skinner. Madrid 69-16, Mexido 4, D.F. Mexico. 98, 138, 149 Chew, james. 304 Cape Ave., Cape May Point, NJ. 68 Chew, joanne. 9 Dartmouth St., Warren, Pa. 68 Childs, Rachel. Box 187, 'l'roy, N.II. 98 Church, klacquelyn. 2601 Willard Dr., Charlottesville, Ya. 98 F" Clark, Arthur. 60 Weston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 90, 174 Clarke, Robert. Rt. 2, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 107, 180 Clemens, Clemens, Clemons, Cochran, Cochran, Cochran, Cokkinis, Coleman, Coleman Loretta. 26 N. 8th St., Lemoyne, Pa. 68, 116, 126, 162, 165 Robert. 26 N. 8th St., Lemoyne, Pa. 107 Paul. 417 High St., Hanson, Mass. 107 Edward. Depot St., Dennisport, Mass. 98 Cary. 109 Maple St., Irwin, Pa. 68 Kathleen. 109 Maple St., Irwin, Pa. 107 john. 41-35 45th St., Long Island, N.Y. Eugene. Box 47, Burton, Ohio. 90 john. 13752 W. Center St., Burton, Ohio. 107, 134, 142 Coleman, Roger. 53 Ridgetop Rd., Wallingford, Conn. 98 Collom, Mary. Box 2004 Hg. Sq. Sec. 1604 A.B. Wg. Apt. 856, N.Y., N.Y. 68 Collom, Miriam. Box 2004 Hg. Sq. Sec. 1604 A.B. Wg. Apt. 856, N.Y., N.Y. 98 Comrie,janice. Ledyard, Conn. 91, 187 Condow, David. 39 Chestnut Circle, Randolph, Mass. Cook, Elizabeth. Hevvelton, N.Y. 99 Cooley, janet. 67 Hartland Ave., Pittsfield, Maine. 99 Cooper, Francis. P.O. Box 8, Klonvovia, Liberia. 107 Cornell, Alice. 6-12 Clintonville St., Whitestone, N.Y. 107 Cornell, Dietri. 8 Russell Lane, Esmond, R.1. 107 Coulson, Alice. 710 Third Ave., Ford City, Pa. 69, 142, 180 Cove, Charles. 20 Floral St., Lawrence, Mass. 99 Cowherd, Donna. 270 Birch St., Collingwood, Ont. 107, 149 Craft, Nancy. 58 Waddell Rd., Manchester, Conn. 69 Crandall, Robert. 15 Whitford St., Wakefield, R.I. 99 Crane, Raymond. 4 South St., Canton, Mass. 99 Crosby, Kerry. 375-B Schubert Dr., Pensacola, Fla. 99 Crosby, Victor. Shore Rd., Dexter, Maine. 69, 178 Crothers, james. Fowler Rd., Whitinsville, Mass. 99, 178 Crutcher, james. 27 Randolph St., Dover, 107, 139 Cubie,james. 67 Lynnfield St., Lynn, Mass. 107, 134, 142 Cummings, Wayne. 1 Ebbett Ave., Wollaston, M ass. 99 Curtis, Arthur. 9 Woodward Ave., Quincy, Mass. 142 Dahlstrand, Andrea. 577 Hanover St., Fall River, Mass. 69 Dalton, Sherry. 204 Stephen St., N. Bellmore, 99, 160, 180 Daniel, David. 21 Moreland Rd., Weymouth, Mass. 99, 180 Danie1,jack. 21 Moreland Rd., Weymouth, Mass. 107, 178 Dankelman, Crace. 1308 Kenilworth Dr., Lafayette, Ind. 99, 138 Davis, Barbara. 21 Newell Ave., Auburn, Maine. 107 Davis, Shirley. 1008 Buckoye, Warren, Ohio. 107 Day, David. 191 Newbury Ave., Quincy 71, Mass. 107 Dean, Yvonne. 210 Hillcrest Ave., Baltimore, Md. DeArmond, Marjorie. Berne, Ind. 99 Degler, Barry. 33 Cherry Lane, Royersford, Pa. 91 DelCallo, joan. 129 Highland Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 99, 176 DeLong, Cary. Beals, Maine. 91, 167 Delp, james. 21 W. Elm Ave., Quincy, Mass, 107, 178 DeMarco, Arlene. 75 Selwyn Rd., Braintree, Mass. 91 DeNoyer, Charlotte. 50 F Memorial Dr., E. Weymouth, Mass. Desmond, Frances. 2958 Plant St., Hopewell, Va. 69 Desmond, john. 9 Falcon Crove, London SW11, England. 70, 134, 172 Dias, Suzanne. 66 Montclair Ave., No. Quincy, Mass. 91 Dickson, Dickson, Douglas. 6 Dahl St., Warren, Pa. 107 Paul. 11 Arthur Ave., Quincy, Mass. 70 Dillon, Marcia. 44 Pierce St., N. Weymouth, Mass. 107 Dixon, Suzanne. 122 Dixwell Ave., Quincy, Mass. Dolber, Elizabeth. 35 Fisher Rd., Weymouth, Mass. 1 1 E Douglas, Virginia. Box 187,jamestown, N.Y. 70, 138. 140 Dressler, Richard. Millmont, Pa. 91, 181 Drew, Margaret. 112 Pine Ave., New Milford, N.j. 91 Drinkwater, joseph. 10 Chesapeake Rd., Holbrook, Mass. Duffee, Dorothy. Ridgeway, Pa. 99 Dunbar, Bonnie. 80 Elmlawn St., Braintree, Mass. 70 Duncan, Carolyn. 26 Lyne St., Weymouth, Mass. 70 Dunlop, Burton. Skowhegan, Maine. 91 Dunlop, Cordon. Hartland, Maine. 99 Dunlop, Wayne. Skowhegan, Maine. 71, 142 Dyke, Sonya. 1296 Park Pl., Brooklyn 13, N.Y. Eby, P. Charles. 135 Heights Terr., Middletown, 99 Edelman, Rena. 260 Pine St.. Weymouth, Mass. Ehrhardt, David. 317 Worth St., Corry, Pa. 107 Elder, Eileen. 15000 Barricks 1.ane. Louisville, Ky. 71 Eldridge, Charles. 133 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 99 Ellingwood, john. Box 43, West Hampstead, N.H. 107 Elofson, Charles. 1516 Chillon Rd., Apt. 104, Hyattsville, iid. 71 Elrod, Terry. 3327 Silverside Rd., Wilmington, Del. 107 Engel, Dawn. 1015 E. Cedar St., Allentown, Pa. 107, 138 English, Sharon. 1377 Broadway St., Bedford, Ohio. 99, 180 Esipiku. Siineo. Edway Int. School, P.O. Box 57, Maseno. Kenya 149, 172 Estabrooke, Neil, 17 Pleasant St., Hyde Park, Mass. 107 Evans, Brenda. 79 Bartholomew St., Peabody, Mass. 99 Evans, john. 9333 Valley View Rd., Northfield, Ohio. 99 Evans, Mary. 9333 Valley View Rd., Northfield, Ohio. 107 Ewings, Darlene. 113 Iron Bridge Rd., Millinocket, Maine. 107 Eynon, Sally. 534 Inman Terr., Willow Crove. Pa. 107, 165 Fair, Robert. R.D. 1, Winfield, Pa. 107 Farrell, David. 222 Midvale St., Falls Church, Va. Feeley, Alfred. 599 Hancock St., Wollaston, Mass. 91 Felts, Betty. 21510 john Rd., Hazel Park, Mich. 91 Fetterman, Carolyn. Clymar, Pa. 107, 180 Fife, Andrew. 1165 Winter St., Elmira, N.Y. Figard, leon. 51 E. Fulton St., Wood, Pa. 107 Figard, Marlin. 21 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 91 Fish, Donald. 201 Cider Mill Rd., Manchester, Conn. 107 Fish, Richard. 201 Cider Mill Rd., Manchester. Conn. 91 Fisk, David. 592 Center Rd., Aron 1.ake, Ohio. 91. 139. 142 Fitzgerald, Ceorge. 38 Arthur St., Quincy. Mass. 71 Flanders, Lowell. Bingham, Maine. 71 Ford, Cheryl. 322 N. Pleasant St., Portland, lnd. 99. 161. 181 Ford, Virginia. 207 North St., Meyersdale, Pa. 72 Forsythe, james. 57 Cay St., Quincy, Mass. 72 Founds, Harry. 126 State Line Rd., Wilmington. Del, Frazer, Paul. 145 Standish Rd.. Quincy. Mass. 91. 138 Freeland, Ann. 2707 W. Indiana, Elkhart. lnd. 108 Caines, Edward. Vernon. Conn. 97 Ca1ushani,Clenn. 645 1lanoverAve,, Allentown. l'a. 99. 178 Cardner. judith. 17 1.oef0er Rd.. Bloomfield. Conn. 108. 162 Cardner, Sharon. 17 Loelller Rd.. Bloonifield. Conn. 72 Carland, Richard. 8 Willard St.. E. Braintree. Mass. 99 Carrison, Dorothy. 44 N. Water St.. Ceorgetown. Ohio. 108 Carwood, Frederick. 434 linierson St.. Rochester, N.V 91. 138 Caudet. jeffrey. 109 Cilnian St.. Somerville. Mass. Ceele, Susan, Waldohoro, Maine. 91 Ceorge. Arehihaltl. 431 North St., Springdale, l'a. 72 Cihson, Roland. 18 Clarendon St., Cainhridge. Mass. 72 Cilliland, Barbara. 39 Newbury Ave.. Nli,l,llll11l'V. Mass. Cilinore, Bruce. 701 Pasadena Sl.. Niagara l".ills. NN. Girard, Barbara. 49 Puritan Rd., Buzzards Bay, Mass. 99 Glassford, Betty. 70 Rockland Ave., Portland, Maine. 73 Glusker, David. 12 Villa St., Nemsfield, Mass. 73 Goldberg. Kenneth. 64 Fairwatcr Ave., Massapequa, N.V. 100 Good, Roger. 62 Ilillside Ave., Bradford, Pa. 100 Goodell, Gary. 28 Stanwood St., S. Portland, Maine. Goodman, Claire. 418 Annsbury St., Philadelphia, Pa. 91, 138 Goodworth, john. 112 Sagamore St., Quincy, Mass. Gorodeckas, Heinrich. 99 Glendale, Quincy, Mass. 108, 149 Gough, William. 74 Gaindke St., Valley Stream, N.Y. 91, 116, Goudy, john. Slade Gt., Falls Ghurch, Va. 108 Grant, Irving. I2 Colby Rd., N. Quincy, Mass. 108 Grant, james. 27 Walker St., Quincy, Mass. Gray, Alan. 504 jackson Ave., Warren, Pa. 100, 161, 181 Gray, Carolyn. 504 jackson Ave., Warren, Pa. 73, 146, 181 Gray, Basil. Kingston, jamaica. 91, 149 Gray, jon. 4712 Gateway Terr., Arbutus, Md. 73 Greaves, Malcolm. 142 Rice Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 108 Greco, Pat Leon. R.F.D. 2, Farmington, Maine. 108 Greene, Linda. 120 East Wendell St., Endicott, N.Y. 108, 177 Greene, Shirley. Box 72, Whiteford, Md. 108 Greenwood, Dennis. Indian Hill Rd., Belle Vernon, Pa. 73 Greer, Curtis. 2 Davis St., Wollaston, Mass. 100 Griffin Griffin, Griffin, Griffin, , jean. 22 Upland St., Holbrook, Mass. 108, 176 Brenda. 121 N. Queen St., Dover, Del. 91 Leonora. 121 N. Queen St., Dover, Del. 108 Wayne. 121 N. Queen St., Dover, Del. 108, 181 D Grinnen, james. 107 Russell St., Warren, I a. 100, 161, 181 Groom, Walter. 503 Manor St., Columbia, Pa. 108, 172, 180 Grube, Marcia. Ephrata, Pa. 108 Guivens, Rosemarie. 15 Berlin St., Wollaston, Mass. 108 Gulinello, john. 503 South Ave., Whitman, Mass. 92, 138, 139 Gulla, Ann. 167-65th St., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 92 Gunnerson, jennifer. 901 Davies Ave., Akron, Ohio. 100 Haas, Lee. 1848 Turner St., Allentown, Pa. 108, 179 Haddock, Kenneth. 284 Lowell St., New Bedford, Mass. 108 Ilairabedian, Krikor, 652 Wilder St., Lowell, Mass. llalchuck, William. 29 Martinande Ave., Peabody, Mass. 108 Hale, Robert. 66 Rawson Rd., Quincy, Mass. 100 Hale, Sherry. 14 Speakman St., Wollaston, Mass. Hall, David. Chestnut Hill Rd., East Killingly, Conn. 108, 178 Hall, julianne, 2 Rockwood St., Canton, Mass. 100 Hallett, Elizabeth. 95 High St., Pembroke, Mass. 100 Hamilton, Carol Ann. 216 Walnut St., Clinton, Mass. 74, 140, 144 Hamlin, Karen. Box 14, Manzini, Swaziland, S. Africa. 108 Hamlin, Kimber. Box 14, Manzini, Swaziland, S. Africa. 100, Hammer, Martha. 32 Pinedale Rd., Roslindale, Mass. 92 Haney, james. 55 Summit St., Monaca, Pa. 108 Hansen, Carol. 67 Winthrop St., Quincy, Mass. 100 Hansen, David. 277 Billings Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 108, 172 Hansrote, jeannc. Meadowbrook St., Waynesboro, Pa. 108 Hansrote, joan. Meadowbrook St., Waynesboro, Pa. 100 Hapworth, Barbara. North Vassalboro, Maine. 108 Harding, Leroy. 37 Upland Rd., Malden, Mass. 108 Harding, Mary. Bridgewater, Maine. 74, 116, 138, 147, 181 Harding, Robert. 16 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 108, 178 Harding, Thomas. 37 Upland Rd., Malden, Mass. 92, 125, 142 Harkness, Arline. 38 Liberty Pole Rd., Hingham, Mass. Harris, Edward. 33 Willow St., Whitinsville, Mass. 100, 166 Harshman, Raymond. 11751 MahoningAve.,N.jackson,Ohio. 108, 166 167, 179 138, 139 Hart, Alonza. 607 Andrews St., Gollingdale, Pa. 100, 180 Hartsgrove, Diana. Fairfield, Maine. 108 Harvey, Paul. 29 Auburn St., Melrose, Mass. 100, 159, 179 Haselton, Halsey. Main St., Wilmington, N.Y. 74 Haskins, Esther. Box 82, Exmore, Va. Haslett, Ethel. 1854 4th St., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. 100 llastie, Alfred. 2 Linden St., Derry, N.II. Hathaway, Wesley. 2734 N. Arcadia, Tuscon, Ariz. Ilaugh, Kandace. 314 johnson Court, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Ilavens, james. 715 Michael St., Moses Lake, Wash. 108 Hayes, Karen. Mill Stream, N.B., Canada. 92 108 176 Ilayse, Gerald. 230 Kimberley Rd., johannesburg, S. Africa. 100 Hazel, Warren. 247-66th St., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 100, 181 Hazen, Linda. Canfield, Ohio. 108 Heber, Linda. 214 N. Whitney St., St. Augustine, Fla. 108 Helmick, Linda. 6942 Waterloo Rd., Atwater, Ohio. 92 Henck, Ralph. 31 Graham St., Quincy, Mass. Henderson, Harold. 127 S. Pearl Ave., Watertown, N.Y. 92 Herring, Richard. 23 Liberty St., Gardiner, Maine. 108, 178 Heughins, David. 16 Marshall St., Mechanic Hiers, Cheryl. 601 Valley Brook Dr., Silver Higby, Richard. 64 S. State St., Lowville, N.Y. 100 Hitchcock, justina. 412 Hazel Ave., Endicott, N.Y. 97 Hite, Claudia. Dedford, Pa. lIite,james. R.D. 3, Bedford, Pa. 108 Hoffman, David. 127 Atmore St., Harrisburg, Pa. Holland, Patricia. 28 Oak St., Kingston, 92, 142 Hollett, Earle. 100 Cottage St., Melrose, Mass. Hollis, Linda. 6 Ivy Rd., S. Weymouth, Mass. 92 Hollis, Roy. 6 Ivy Rd., S. Weymouth, Mass. 109 Holloway, Beverly. 29 W. Squantum St., N. Quincy, Mass. Holmgren, Ronald. 16 Cushing Ave., Brockton, Mass. 92 Horst, Elaine. 58 Main St., Dundee, N.Y. 74, 142 Horst, Richard. 103-05 104th Ave., St. Albans, N.Y. 75 Houser, Brenda. 413 W. Palmer St., Morrisville, Pa. 109, Howard, judith. 234 Andover St., Peabody, Mass. 109 Howard, Robert. Box 278, Lucas, Ohio. 92, 138, 139 Howard, William. 19 Intervale St., Dorchester. Mass. Hulbert, john. 232 N. Ilamilton St., Watertown, N.Y. 100 Hulbert, Sandra. 32 E. Avondale Ave., Youngstown, Ohio. 109 Hull, Dale. Millville, N.B., Canada. 75 Hunsberger, Carol. 741 Kerns Rd., Falls Church, Va. 109, 177 Hunsberger, Karen. 5429 Center Dr., Washington, D.G. 100 Hunt, George. 55 Standish St., N. Weymouth, Mass. 100 Hunter, Alan. 151 Taylor St., Wollaston, Mass. 109 Hunter, Martha. 35 Post Island Rd., Quincy, Mass. 109 Hunter, Nancy. 1239 92nd St., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 75, 161 Ingersoll, Mabel. 421 Hancock St., Quincy, Mass. 100 74 179 gl ack, Ronald. 245 Central St., S. Weymouth, Mass. jacobs, Barbara. Tower Rd., Enola, Pa. 109 jacobs, Patricia. 101 Crane St., Warwick, R.I. 92 james, joanne. 416 E. Third St., Dover, Ohio. 100 jefferson, joyce. 676 Follett Run Rd., Warren, Pa. 92 jobes, Grace. Box 206, Orwell, Ohio. 109 johanson, Conrad. 20 Butler Ave., Avon, Mass. 75 johnson, Alan. 15 Stanley St., N. Weymouth, Mass. 92 johnson, Paul. 7th North, Liverpool, N.Y. 109, 180 johnson, Phyllis. 6600 Hubbard Lane, Tinley Park, Ill. 109 johnson, Teresa. Lyndonville, Vt. 100 johnston, David. 25 Brunswick Ave., Gardiner, Maine. 109, Falls, Maine. 92 142 Spring, Md. 108 165 166 ' johnston, james. 25 Brunswick Ave., Gardiner, Maine. 109 jones, Gary. 100 Lilac Lane, Venice, Florida. 92, 116, 195, 167, 179 jones, james. Beech and Cedar St., Pottstown, Pa. 109, 105, 180 jones, joanne. Beech and Cedar St., Pottstown, Pa. 101, 142, 149 jones, john. 19 Vesta Rd., Dorchester, Mass. jones, Richard. 459-23rd St., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 92 jones, Ruth Ann. Box 54, Bel Air, Md. 75, 126 jordan, john. 1855 Broadway St., Lowell, Mass. jowder, Glenn. 408 N. Lewis Rd., Royerford, Pa. 101, 180 joyce, Richard. 483 Newport Ave., Wollaston, Mass. judkins, William. Box 38, Rumford Pt., Maine. 101 Kale, David. 118 Welsh Rd., Huntington Valley, Pa. 92, 142 Karker, Arthur. 46 W. Elm Ave., Quincy, Mass. 101 Karker, Gayle. 46 W. Elm Ave., Quincy, Mass. 92 Kassab, Adrees, 119 Willow St., Quincy, Mass. 101, 149 Kauffman, Sarah. 121 Willow St., Wollaston, Mass. 92, 162, 165, 181 Kauffman, Timothy. 121 Willow St., Wollaston, Mass. Kawa, Peter. 102 Town Hill St., Quincy, Mass. 109 Keith, Alan. 82 Chandler, Somerville, Mass. Keller, Elizabeth. 5 Elmira St., Washington, D.C. 101 Keller, Romelle. Lynch St., Monrovia, Liberia. 149 Keller, Ronald. 63 S. Main St., Uxbridge, Mass. 101 Kelley, Frances. 392 Somerset Ave., Taunton, Mass. Kelley, Robert. 103 Highland Ave., Wollaston, Mass. Kelliher, Cynthia. 74 Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. Kelly, Sharon. 57 Oakridge, Brockton, Mass. Kern, jay. Chambersburg, Pa. 109 KCTII, Melody. Chambersburg, Pa. 109 Kernan, Margaret. 5979 Kline Rd., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 101, 176 Kierstead, Charlotte. 3 Celeste St., Nashua, N.H. 109 Kierstead, john. 141 School St., S. Portland, Maine. 92 Kilpatrick, Christine. 100 Concord St., Manchester, Conn. 101, 180 Kilpatrick, Sharon. 100 Concord St., Manchester, Conn. 109 Kilponen, Kathleen. Box 9, Farmington Falls, Maine. 101 Kimball, Albert. 25 Leavitt St., Hingham, Mass. 101 Kimball, Donna. Medway, Maine. 109 Kinder, james. 4709 Floyd St., S. Charleston, W.Va. 109, 180 King, Carolyn. South Station Rd., Duxbury, Mass. 109 King, Susan. 603 Cobam Park Rd., Warren, Pa. 109 Kingsbury, Carolyn. 136 Holtshire Rd., Orange, Mass. 109 Kinney, Alverda. 133 Marlboro St., Wollaston, Mass. Kinsman, Richard. 8 Corinne Pky., Middleboro, Mass. 101, 179 Kleppinger,janet. 1069 N.1i. 109th St., Miami 61, Fla. 101 Klinefelter, june. 14 Intervale, Quincy, Mass. 76 Klinefelter, Patricia. 78 Bittman St., Akron, Ohio. Klock, Florence. 33 Hamden Circle, Wollaston, Mass. Klock, Gary. 33 Hamden Circle, Wollaston, Mass. 109, 138, 139 Kloosterman, Hans. 55 Donside Dr., Scarborough, Ont. 93 Knight, Pearl. 151 Beach St., Wollaston, Mass. 76 Knox,joseph. Burnam Rd., Pittsfield, Maine. 105, 109, 116 Knox, judith, Bnrnam Rd., Pittsfield, Maine. 101, 125 Kovach, Dorothy. 13612 Garden Rd., E. Cleveland 12, Ohio. 109 Kovach, Robert. 13917 Savannait Ave., li. Cleveland 12, Ohio 76 Krikorian, Clyde. 5 Rowen Ct., Boston 30, Mass. 109, 174 Krikorian, jane. 997 Salem St., Malden, Mass. 93, 149 LaBelle, Ernest. 4 Gray Rd., Falmouth, Maine. 109 Laeske, Martha. 1462 Coolidge St., N. Bellemore, N.Y. 101, 138 Lahr, Carolyn. Northcumberland,Pa. 109 Lamm, Derrick. 263 First St., Melrose, Mass. 93 Lancaster, Henrv. 43 Clarence, Brockton, Mass. 93, 174 Landers, Floris. Yarmouth, Canada. 93 Lantery, Virginia. 33 Billings Rd., Quincy, Mass. 93, 147, 178 Lape, judith. 153 Orris St., Melrose, Mass. 76, 126 Larkin, Gary. 176 Weymouth, Holbrook, Mass. 101 Larsen, Henry. 10 Beverly St., Braintree, Mass. 109 Larson, Allen. 9 Knox St., Milinoket, Maine. 93 Larson, David. 131 Florence St., Melrose, Mass. 138 Le Boeuf, Lois. Hillcrest Rd., Wrentham, Mass. 109 LeFort, David. 478 Thicket St., Weymouth, Mass. 109 Lemmon, Larry. 317 Prospect St., Newton Falls, Ohio. 109, 1 Levin, Edward. 301 Atlantic Ave., Freeport, N.Y. 93 Lewis, Barbara. 72 Kiel Ave., Butler, Lewis, Ronald. 147 W, Division St., Holbrook, Mass. 76 I.ibby, jean. 274 Fayette St., Wollaston, Mass. 93 Libby, Phyllis. Portland, Maine. 109, 134, 138 Lind, Stephen. 62 Louise Place, Peterson, 109, 179 Lindeman, Carol. 2943 S. Union, Alliance, Ohio. 109 Linder, Ruth. 64 Davis Rd., Braintree, Mass. 101 Lindquist, Patricia. 13 Russell St., Warren, Pa. 93 Linger, Rodney. Box 284, Cortland, Ohio. 109 Lint, Calvin. 1690 Fairview Rd., Akron, Ohio. 93, 116, 160, Liu, llota. 109 Grasniered St., Cynwyd, Pa. 149 Lloyd, David. 1140 Stock St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 77 Locascio, Susan. 63 Portman St., Windsor, Conn. 110 Locke, Adena. johnson, Vt. 77, 179 Lockwood, Kathryn. 'l'yler Ave., li. Wareham, Mass. 101 Lockwood, Stanton. 15 Bromfield St., Quincy, Mass. 93 Lombard, Carol. 1246 89th St., Niagara Falls. N.Y. 101 Lombard, james. 4061 Washington Ave., Fort Myers, Fla. 93 Long, Barbara. 28 Oak St., Kingston, N.Y. 77 Long, janice. 2200 19th St., Akron, Ohio. 101 81 180 Long, Sally. Box 134, Pleasant Plains, Staten Island, NA. 110, 181 Lott, Ronald. 1225 Magnolia St., Akron, Ohio 93 Lovejoy, Doris. Rt. 6, Columbia, Conn. 110 Luckey, james. 31 Campus Heights, Houghton. N.Y. Lunden, judith. 38 Ridgecrest Rd., Rochester, N.V. 110 77, 141 Lutts, Daniel. 133 Kemper St., Wollaston, Mass. 101 Lunn, Charles. 52 Butler Ave., Southington, Conn. Lyman, Larry. 144 Attridge Rd., Churchville, NY. 110 MacCuish, David. 24 Ardell St.. N. Quincy, Mass. 110 MacDonald, lfdward. 74 Smith St., Quincy, Mass. MacDonald. Gayle. 22 Viden Rd., Quincy, Mass. 110 Macklem, Bette. 27796 Moran St., Mt. Clemens. Mich. 110 MacLaren. William. 7 Belmont St., Quincy, Mass. 110 MacLean, Betty. 421 llancock St., Apt. 3. Quincy, Mass. 93 MacLean, lidgar. Bnrr Rd., Brockton. NX. 77 MacLeod, Donna. 33 Forrest Hill Ave., Lynnfield. Mass. 78. 126 MacLeod, Norman. 28 'lrescoll St.. Quincy, Mass. 78. 179 MacLeod, Richard. 44 Ridgeway St.. WUHHSIOII. Mass. 78 Magee, Dorothy. 36 Bolton St.. Hamden 18, Conn. 110. 105 Magnusson, William. 803 Broadway. Fverett. Mass. 110 Mahler, Lois. 166 limery St., Hampstead. N.Y. 110 Maksond, Antoine. lmin. Hoddad and Motta, Dora-Beirut. Lel Malcomb, William. 133 River St., Madison. Ohio. Mallard. Colin. Mount Albert, Ont., Canada. 93 Maloney, Lawrence. 138 South Ave., Whitman. Mass. 79 Manchester, Rhoda. johnson, Vt. 110 Manganello, james. 3 Florence St.. Cambridge. Mass. Manna. Sylvia. 614 Webster St.. N. llnnoyer. Mass. 79 Marlette, Ceorge. 152 Spring St.. Avon. Mass. manon. 149 Marlowe, james. 188 Mt. Lebanon Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa. 110,172 Marple, Ralph. 92 Markes St., Rockland, Mass. 102 Marquardt, Marion. 15811 M'Cracken St., Cleveland, Ohio. 102 Marsden, Vernon. 576 Hancock St.. Quincy, Mass. Martell, Cynthia. 92 Brewster Ave., Braintree, Mass. 110 Martin, Charles. 197 Summer St., Weymouth, Mass. Martin, Sharon. Marvon, Pa. 110 Marzullo, joy. 617 Ritchie Ave., Silver Spring, Md. 102 Mason, Cheryl. 145-07 Farmers Blvd., jamaica, N.Y. 102 Mathers, Marilyn. 29 Allonsias Dr., Etobicoke, Ont., Canada. 110, 149, 150 Mathers, Brian. 29 Allonsias Dr., Etobicoke, Ont., Canada. 102, 149 Mathon, joyce. 642 Greene Ave., Brooklyn, N.V. 93, 149 Matula, George. 6608 Glenview Dr., 'Finley Park, Ill. 93 McAllister, William. 64 Turner St., Brockton, Mass. 78 McClister, Sandra. 81 N. Delmorr Ave., Morrisville, Pa. 110 McCloy, jerold. 2420 Greenhill Rd., Bromall, Pa. 78, 167 McCloy, Richard. 2420 Greenhill Rd., Bromall, Pa. 101, 161, 181 McCord, Valerie. 1139 Washington St., Walpole, Maine. 110 McCormick, Charles. Box 8, Walker, N.V. 110 McDaniel, Sharon. 373 Wheeler St., Sharon, Pa. 110 McFarland, jesse. 101 N. Athol St., Baltimore, Md. 101, 174 McGee, Delores. 813 Aubrey Ave., Ardmore, Pa. 79 McGowan, David. 19 Hillside Ave., Holbrook, Mass. 79 McGrew, Bonnie. 6722 Waterloo Rd., Atwater, Ohio. 110 McIntyre, Marie. 111 Standish St., Quincy, Mass. McManus,joetta. Marianna, Pa. 102 Meier, Eunice. 8103 Columbus Rd., Louisville, Ohio. 102 Meier, joel. 8103 Columbus Rd., Louisville, Ohio. 110 Menslage, Richard. 11 Walnut St., Quincy, Mass. 79 Merrill,james. Solon, Maine. 110 Merrill, Katherine. 148 Chard St., E. Weymouth, Mass. Mesick,juanita. Mooers Forks, 102 Miller, Linda. 101 Grafton Rd., Bel Air, Md. 110 Miller, Robert. 101 Crafton Rd., Bel Air, iid. 94, 180 Miller, Valinda. 1437 Lenape Rd., West Chester, Pa. 80, 161 Mills, Kenneth. 113 N. Yorkshire, Youngstown, Ohio. 94 Mingledorff, Dale. 636 W. Maryland St., Sebring, Ohio. 94, 167, 181 Mobley, Bert. 5616 Plumer St., Detroit, Mich. 80, 116 Mohney, Barry. P.O. Box 32, IIawthorn, Pa. Moline, Dearlie. 585 Granite St., Braintree, Mass. 94 Mollica, Betty. 61 Ellington Rd., Wollaston, Mass. Molyneaux, Leslie. 42 Pilgrim Rd., Quincy, Mass. 102 Monahan, judith. 27 Woodside Dr., Milton, Mass. 110 Moneypenny, Mary. 3153 Lyndale Ave., Baltimore, Md. 110 Monk, Vivian. Park St., Pembroke, Mass. 80 Monk, William. 14 Paulson Dr., Burlington, Mass. Moon, Gladys. West Sunbury, Pa. Moore, David. Russell, Pa. 102, 142, 138 Moore, Harriet. Box 62, Merrittstown, Pa. 110 Moore, Susan. 1024 Marksworth Rd., Baltimore, Md. 102 Morgan, joyce. 167 Mercer Ave., E. Hartford, Conn. 110, 179 Morris, Robert. 83 Farrington, Wollaston, Mass. 88 Morrison, Morrison Morrison, Morrison, Morrison, Beverly. 238 Clay Pike Rd., Irwin, Pa. 110 Carol. 54 Surfsite Rd., South Portland, Maine. 80, 127 Edward. Uhrichsville, Ohio. 110, 180, 105 Kenneth. 238 Clay Pike Rd., Irwin, Pa. 80, 166 Robert. 81 Walker St., Quincy, Mass. 81 Morrow, jeanne. 1640 N. Oxford Ave., Pasadena, Calif. 110 Mott, Patricia. 667 Park Ave., Cedarhurst, N.Y. 102, 181 Munz, Carol. 534 N. Wellwood Ave., Lindenhurst, N.V. 102 Murray, janet. 104 Quincy Pl., Falls Church, Va. 102 Myers, Sylvia. 33 Hillside Ave., Holbrook, Mass. 102 Nelson, Lois. 311 Seward Ave., Baltimore, Md. 102 Newton, Louise. 960 Berkshire Ave., Indian Orchard, Mass. 102 Nicoll, Neil. 47 Miller St., Braintree, Mass. 110, 172 Nielson, john. 247 Beacon St., Lowell, Mass. 81 Nielson, Merritt. 247 Beacon St., Lowell, M ass. 102, 125 Nissley, Henrietta. 540 Pointview Ave., Ephrate, Pa. 110 Northrop, Grace. 717 North 6th St., Wyomissing, Pa. 110 Nystadt, David. 30 Webster St., S. Weymouth, Mass. 94 O'Dell, jean. 75 W. Hazeltine Ave., Buffalo, N.V. 81, 144 Oertel, Fred. 46 Sprague Dr., Valley Stream, N.Y. 102, 178 Oliff, Wayne. 6625 Vernon Dr., Wash. 22, D.C. 110, 181, 167 Oliver Betty. 120 Fishkill Ave., Beacon, N.Y. 110 Oliver, Stanley. 171 Oak St., Plattsburgh, 110, 178 Olson, janet. 48 Sharp St., Haverstraw, N.Y. 102 Ortman, john. 178 Michigan Ave., Paterson 3, 111 Ours, Loretta. Box 356, New Brighton, Pa. 111, 176 Overholt, Paul. North Quincy, Mass. 111 Paine, David. 172 North Franklin, Holbrook, Mass. 94 Paine, Roger. 69 7th St., Stoughton, Mass. 111 Palmer, Harry. 23 Garfield Rd., Wayne, 94, 142 Parkman, Carol. 12 Barry Rd., Worcester, Mass. 94, 142 Parlee, Virginia. 404 Cushman Ave., Collings Lakes, 111 Parry, juanita. 801 johnson St., Salisbury, Md. 102, 165 Parry, Nancy. 1301 Columbia Ave., Lansdale, Pa. 111 Parsons, Bethany. 9 Kernwood Dr., Lynn, Mass. 111 Patch, Ann. 302 Harrison Ave., Williamsburg, Va. 81 Patch, Bradley. 144 N. Hudson St.. johnson City, 94 Patch, William. Oil City, Pa. 94, 179 Patch, Raymond. 144 N. Hudson St.,johnson City, N.Y. 102, Patriquin, Lorraine. Box 114, Oxford, N.S., Canada. 111 Patton, Stephen. 3 Myrtle Ave., Dover, N.j. 111 Paul, judith. 86 Towne Way, Marshfield, Mass. Paul, Roberta. Main St., Eliot, Maine. 81, 144 Pearsall, jacqueline. 5216 Salina, Syracuse, N.V. 102 Pearson, jean. 102 School Street, Braintree, Mass. 82 Penha, Matilda. Wareham, Mass. 94 Perrow, Michael. Howe Road, Cohasset, Mass. 111 Pfautz, Kathleen. 51fQ Pleasant St., Potsdam, N.Y. 111 Pfisterer, Roberta. 1209 Markley St., Norristown, Pa. 94, 177 Phillips, joyce. 48 Dale Ave., Quincy, Mass. 111 Phillips, Phoebe. Alliance, Ohio. 103 Phillips, Terry. 101 Rosecrest Dr., Annapolis, Md. 111 Phipps, Margaret. 65 Kyrr Ave., Painesville, Ohio. 179, 159 Pickering, joel. 4042 Linden St., Allentown, Pa. 111 Pickering, judith. 83 Abbott St., Braintree, Mass. 111 Pierce, Sandra. 1121 Margray. St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 82, 162, 116 Pierson, Albert. Box 15, Sound Beach, N.Y. 111 Pillsbury, joyce. Farmington, Me. 103, 179, 176 Pinchard, Esther, 227 Osborne Ave., Morrisville, Pa. 111 Platt, Dianne. 122 Baldwin Rd., Manchester, Conn. 111, 138 Poole, Dorothy. 12 East Elm St., Wollaston, Mass. 111, 138 Poole, Iloward. 804 Central St., Stoughton, Mass. 111 Poole, Roslyn. 12 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 94 Porter, B'etty. Box 484, Arkville, N.V. Post, Sharon. 333 Midland Dr., Vestal, N.V. 111 Pote, Frank. 52 Alden St., Whitman, Mass. 103 Powers, Patricia. 22 Brichcliff Rd., Weymouth, Mass. 111 1 Pratt, Robert. 211 Main St., N. Easton, Mass. 94 Price, Neil. 218 Daleview Circle, McLean, Va. 103 Pringle, Luane. 1091 31st St., Canton, Ohio. 111 Pritchard, Richard. 10171 johnnycake Ridge, Painesville, Ohio. 103, 125 Pulkkinen, Robert. Livermore Falls, Me. 111 Putnam, Robert. 184 Pine St., Wollaston, Mass. 82 Quinn, Francis. 145 Bald Eagle Rd., Weymouth, Mass. Raftery, Edith. 18 Hazel St., Milton, Mass. Ragonese, Mary. 5088 Bear Rd., Syracuse, N.Y. 82 Ralston, Martha. 12 Essex St., Squantum, Mass. Randall, Homer. 740 Williamson Rd., Meadville, Pa. 82 Reed, Carol. 24 Cochran Rd., Brockton, Mass. 94 Reeve, jean. 4 Arcadia Rd., Weymouth, Mass. 111 Reinert, Linda. 2429 Clermont St., Bethlehem, Pa. 111 Rhoad, Suzanne. 906 Malcolm Dr., Silver Spring, Md. 111, 181 Rice, Pauline. 11073 Lake Rd., Montrose, Mich. 111 Richards, Hoy. 377 Snow Rd., Burton, Ohio. 111 Ricketts, Monica. 679 Kearsange Way, Portsmouth, N.H. 111, 178, 134 Rieder, Sharon. 210 River Rd., Warren, Pa. 94 Rigden, William. 1103 Madison Ave., Painesville, Ohio. 83 Robbins, Chandler. 72 Elm St., Wollaston, Mass. 111 Robbins, Judith. 2 Brewster Rd., Hingham, Mass. Robbins, Patricia. 296 Bishop St., Framingham, Mass. 111 Roberts, Lois. 203 S. Eighth St., Oakland, Md. 94 Robinson, Edwina. 223 Winthrop St., Quincy, Mass. Rogers, Cecelia. 1066 Pleasant St., Weymouth, Mass. 103 Rollston, john. 11 Stevens St., Stoneham, Mass. 111 Rose, Glenn. Box 94, Confluence, Pa. 83, 174 Roseland, Edward. 9 Agawan Rd., Quincy, Mass. Ross, Victor. 1299 Washington St., Canton, Mass. Rowe, Deborah. Soring Rd., Augusta, Maine. 111 Royall, Alwyn. 55 Lawn Ave., Quincy, Mass. 138 Rudolph, Stephen. 152 Cedar St., E. Weymouth, Mass. 103, 138 Russell, Lauren. 65 Buckley St., Quincy, Mass. 103 Russell, Ruth. Corinna, Maine. 111 Ruuska, john. 14 Piper St., Quincy, Mass. 83 Rymsha, Margaret. 88 Plain Rd., Wayland, Mass. 103 Salfel, Verna. Money, Pa. 103, 138 St. john, Roberta. 4630 Verona N.W., Warren, Ohio Samma, Abdul. Box 26, Lindi, Tanganyika. 149 Sapp, Orville. 200 Presidents Lane, Quincy, Mass. 94 Sarkissian, Susan. 5341 194th St., Flushing, 111 Satta, Andrew. 112 W. Ashpale St., Philadelphia, Pa. 112, 172 Savage, Aleta. Box 222, Mt. Lake Park, Md. 112 Savage, Sandra. Box 222, Mt. Lake Park, Md. 103 Savage, Sharon. Box 222, Mt. Lake Park, Md. 112 Schlosberg, Henry. 909 Washington St., Dorchester, Mass. Schlosser, Esther. 1512 jennings Ave., Liverpool, Ohio. 112, 142 Schmidt, Linda. 5407 Fredanna St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 112, 142 Schurtor, Barbara. 95 Grayson Ave., Trenton, N.j. Scott, john. 51 Crystal St., Melrose, Mass. 94 Scott, Madelyn. Bedford, Ohio. 112 Scott, Marie. 105 N.E. 95th St., Miami, Fla. 112 Sears, Mary. 93 Walker St., N. Quincy, Mass. Seidler, Alan. 4059 Stratmore St., Youngstown, Ohio. 112 Seyfarth, Susan. 99 Woodland Dr., Rochester, N.Y. Shackelford, Roberta. 838 Grady St., Warren, Ohio. 112 Shaffer, Shirley. 733 Maryland Ave., Cumberland. Md. 112 Shainline, William. Cilbertsville, Pa. 112 Shannon, Lloyd. Box 304, Southington, Ohio. 112, 180, 174, 166, 134 Shaw, Donald. 114 W. Edwards St., Endicott, N.Y. 103. 172 Shaw, Elmer. High St., Oakland, Maine. 83 Shaw, lean. 334 E. Foster St., Melrose, Mass. 103 Shea, Neil. Meadville, Pa. 103, 187 Shedlezky, Rachel. 25 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 112 Shepard, Pamela. 31 Deane St., Gardiner, Maine. 95 Shetler, Doris. Turbotville, Pa. 83 Shetler, Michael. 2420 Kessler Rd., Roanoke. Va. 95. 187, 142 Shobert, Larry. 109112 Main St., Ridgeway. Pa. 95, 179 Shobert, Marlene. Spartansburg, Pa. 84, 140 Shoenberger, William. Highland Ave., Warren, Ohio. 112 Shoff, Iva. R.D. if 3, Canfield, Ohio. 95 Sickel, Joyce. 48 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 103 Simms, Vera. Box 101,Clencoe,Ohio. 95 Simpson, Edwin. 27 Campidre, Brampton, Ont., Canada. Simpson, Grace. 68 Main St., Eliot, Maine. 95 Sinclair, Merle. Skowhegan, Maine. 103 Sively, Linda. 146 john St., Bedford, Ohio. 112, 138 Skanes, Charles. Box 847, W. Farmington, Maine. 112 Smith, Cary. 923 Niagara St., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 103 Smith Harry. Box 141, Bel Air, Md. 112 Smith john. 24 Fowler St., Augusta, Maine. 103 Smith Marjorie. 45 W. Elm Ave., Quincy, Mass. Smith Martha. 405 Dwight Ave., Endicott, 84 Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Patricia. 6933 26th St., Falls Church, Va. 103, 142 Robert. 80 Weston Ave., Braintree, Mass. 103 Ruth. 7 Lawton Ave., Binghamton, N.Y. 84, 140 Thomas. Grand Valle, Pa. 95 Kenneth. 7 Lawton Ave., Binghamton, N.Y. 84 Smith William. 1619 Maple Ave., Hatfield, Pa. 180, 172 Snell, james. 5266 Alfred Dr., Mentor, Ohio. 103 Snyder, Peggy. Sunny Dell Rd., Landenberg, Pa. 112 Snyder, Thomas. Sunny Dell Rd., Landenberg, Pa. 84, 174, 134 Somers, john. P.O. Box 112, W. Barnet, Vt. 112 Spruce, Sally. 180 Adams St., Quincy, Mass. 103, 138 Spruell, Clarence. 119-32-192 St., St. Albany, N.Y. 103 St. John, Roberta. 4630 Verona N.W. St., Warren, Ohio. 100 Stacy, james. 11 Chestnut 11ill, N. Wilbraghm, Mass. Staples, Paula. Elm St., Blackstone, Mass. 112 Starsmeare, George. 1102 Ocean Ave.. Sea Bright. N.j. 112. 178 Staude, Mitchell. 1101 1st St., Marley, Glen Burnie. Md. 112 Steady, Thelma. 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