Eastern Nazarene College - Nautilus Yearbook (Quincy, MA)

 - Class of 1974

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' f' f, .'f,vfgyfgfZfrj'z35wJ' of rw: U J' -' -f "2'4574'f av.-4 -,"f1s,u 361 ffaufml ' 1, ww, 1 'egg-. M fr .. ,-M.N,fM.. -- Jef 1: ---1 , gm .i-,RQ FOUR CELEBRATIONS OF DEDICATION WARREN C. LAHUE PHYSICAL EDUCATION CENTER ai' '5 BULL OATTHER TRHO E SEPTEMBER ZO HERHTAOE OAY E- OCTOBER 9 ALUMNI HOMECOMHRIO 973 E- OCTOBER HBE ZH BASRETBAEEZ THE SEASONS OPENER E- NOVEMBER BO Ca wbm 6 5- -B , Q 5 ll , 4 K fs 'fmx Ami? I PHYSICAL EDUCATIO CENTER' ARREN C LAHUE a beautiful dream come true The new gymnasium was dedicated through a series of i'Four Celebra- tions of Dedication" beginning on September 20 and terminating No- vember 30, 1973. The official dedica- tion of the new facility was Heritage Day, October 10 Crather than the 9th as originally plannedl. Dr. Edward S. Mann, former presi- dent of Eastern Nazarene College and speaker for the occasion, delivered a message entitled, "The Heritage of Athletics at Eastern Nazarene Col- lege." The four Student Body presi- dents CBob Bradbury, jan Simonson, john Lalone, and Kaarina Haml un- der whose leadership the new build- ing changed from a dream to a reality were present and participated in the ceremony. v. Q-"lx Q- .ahl 'iff 4 '1'fru Yfxlx lx sv ' ..n . 'Va 5 w Q 5... as , f -+A , ig-if .fag gzesff 1 5 , 4 x., . k 4 -.... 428 ,. 5 3 Ai . 4 Nga-v' + - : .1 ' if Wil ,IQM , my P , - 3 3.5 If ' li! - 40. gr. i e . . ' ' Y 5 y V - 'fl 5 W mdhun. HOMECGMIN C October 19-20, 1973 Honieeoniing is alxx ays a highlight ofthe year. Intenclecl primarily as an opportunity for the alumni to return and renew nlcl ae- quaintanees. it is an occasion of signifi-e eanee for current stuclents as xi ell. The sue- eer ganies. the ercmning of the queen and the happiness of seeing friends who have graduated all euntrihute to the festive spirit aninng alumni and faculty as well as students. -1 'Q' , I 'Lg A ,W - 'u,?t'f. M w -1 95, if' of ,uhh 413 2, V "gg r' 2' 4 Q: s -Q e .. . 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FUUDLS ISOSBORN ' - 4 zmscoosnus 22 JAYMES BZWARD up meexs SIMAHAFFEY gif l I.. r I t . 1YfA, a 1:5 4 . s s Q , H .ng he ,E Para -33: T 'N l v As' , 23" x ,, fig: ., ' 1:1 aka: x ,- , rs J is-' TN w .VE 1? , 1 :El X i " ,e Q i P354 5535222 f if P X I I 1 i THE QLD GY 4 , We stood and watched it go - one of the last landmarks on our campus of another era - a time we know very little about. We know how much that building meant to some of our parents. Many had had a part in its Construction. It had served as the college church and chapel. It was a spiritual landmark to more than a few. l l THE PRGPO ITIO The fall of 1973 proved to be very enjoyable in the way of entertainment. One of the most out- standing and memorable of the autumn events was 'iThe Proposition," sponsored bythe Student Council. y Originating in Cambridge, "The Proposition" is a theatrical group which does complete im- provisations on a variety of subjects. Some of the categories given to the audience from which to choose ranged from current politics. current :now-ments and social problems lu imagined dia- logues between personages living or dead. i First, the leader of the group would announce what topics were needed and then after receiving 'specifics from the audience would confer with The rest of the company to come up with a play of approximately 15 minutes. The Student Center Auditorium was moderate- ly full and all those who attended were very com- fortable with the group and seemingly had a good time..This was proven by some of the an- .swers given, varying from Preparation H land other related areaslto Chetty Oil songs. J 'All in all, the evening was talent filled. The figroupp was excellent in the field of ad-lib entertainment, Mrftimirrf ""l""-'uf VARSITY SOCCER ENC ENC ENC ENC ENC ENC Boston State SMU ENC ENC Cordon ENC New Hampshire Nyack UMPC S Nasson Roger Williams King's ENC ENC Barrington Stonehill ENC St. Francis The soccer team started off this year with an impressive Win over New Hampshire College of I7-4. There had been some anxiety over the loss of some of last yeafs players due to graduation. But with the maturity of most of the remain- ing team, it was a successful season. Neil Nicoll should he congratulated on his fine coaching. He kept the team work- ing together in all aspects - line and defense. The final ree- ord was 8-I3-1. The Big Red proved hard to heatl 49' ' f F ,mf av-f V 5112 ff ff? I I , ' Ai x 72,2 6 ' .xg L fi X mf M 4 :naw-Y--3 5 , 4 'yn 1 ,,,,.'s!t, g5,,fa if Y 5f?5hm f 3 fs HM., I It ? 'gifts Q 4 . , I , , Sim , 'I as '28 Qfbfliv , if W ilfllwfgvt V 4 M :W uw!!! 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Yi :I 1 1 1 I , 'J 5. 4' Y 7177 m 'TY V N U I 0 P i ff sf ' ,. bs ' 51 . 2 2 F N 1 Alf' X i m .J-haw x Q. Q . 1 3 z S.,. 1 Y-is E xA . 1 N . : . I " ' " Q, rfifiiiaf W- 6 3 h Delivery ofthe The arrival of the Nautilus is always a big event. This year was no exception. It had been preceded hy the most successful picture sale in the book's history. I I .. ..., 1 il Lines of students filled the Student Center lobby impatient- ly waiting to receive their Cop- ies, Workers behind the tables were kept busy handing out yearbooks and crossing off names. The sofas and floors were covered with kids rapidly thumbing through the pages reminiscing about all the events of the previous year. Some were good memories and some were bad. But then, that's what the yearbook is all about . . . X CHEL EA FIRE The Chelsea section of Boston was almost completely destroyed by fire in October of 1973. Over 300 families were left homeless. But the E.N.C. students, led by jackie Binan and Ed DiSante, demonstrated their Christian love and concern by im- mediately offering aid to the vic- tims. The Salvation Army was in charge of the program and put the ing time and money despite mid- term exams. It was termed 'ipure humanityn by the Patriot Ledger. In appreciation of the unbelievable response to the plea for help, the Salvation Army presented its highest citizens award, HOthers,H to the 300 E.N.C. students who participated. students to work. They worked around the clock for two weeks giv- gf xv 5317 3 Si .? N v I? V? fs s. ...Q SL ii V Another Exciting Season The 19753 society soccer season had as much keen competition as any pre- vious year has had. However, that competition was for second place rather than first place, as Delta ran away with top honors. The fiercest games were between Sigma and Zeta as the two teams vied for second place. Both teamls defenses were su- perb. All of the games were exciting from any viewpoint: the field, the stands, or the bench. is SOCCER Crrfl- xf' 'nm 5:49 ' . imma .., ... 51. 6 3 sis hw to ii. 8, n 1 , H124 " '4'4:,1, 'iT 'YYM5 , f- N" VF' 'ff' - He wif af' .f J 1 , gg, U , 3 f s 'x A+ Q 1 4 1 A 34, , 1 4.35- 5 Q X f 4 ar x ',,'-',, fl fs 'A' lr. 'ij ff? 1 Q fi If - K M- , . :ua ' 1 '..- cf" an ,, p an 0 ' I 0 - -,-pp 1 ',.f , 1... ,,,., ,. 4 . b r-4-,AWA ' -A . ' L 1' IP.. ' ffk 4 .41!,,,f " 'L 4 la' ..s '-wskv 5 ,fa V Q ,.,,, 1,31 :,,np'i 1 V399 tiff -L Zig, . fag.-i fy , Q 2,54 ' . Y 1 3,61 Y ' A 1 a A 2 Lf J L, H 4 : ' 3 4. I , - a Q -v. -1 'YL- ml. Ns .Y Qui ff '25 4' 44 v E LLUWEE Wx. Zi' M P RTY r Tennis' Tournament One of the advantages of the new gym is the fact that it is so adaptable. Eveon ignoring the area downstaiis Cweight room, whirlpool, batting cage, wres- tling mats, etc. J, one must be amazed at the number of dif- ferent ways in which the facil- ity could be put to use, There is space for two volleyball courts, or two tennis courts, or two slightly under-sized bas- ketball courts, or one full- sized basketball court with a seating capacity of 1600. just prior to the first inter- collegiate basketball game, the buildi'ng's adaptibility was demonstrated by means of a tennis match between Larry Collins and Roger Parrott. A good crowd of spectators was on hand for the event, and was generally appreciative of the sport and the two participants. Collins won the match al- though there was keen compe- tition throughout. X 3, .- Q ,- , , . - . if- .1 . , v.,s,,4.-api, .V :V 3-v,,v,4g,5',-Q4 ' fr' MN'-'H 'F-Wt' if l ' '.-QQ I , t .,..,,,,, .,.,,,q. . . 2 X . Q-ufatff-sf-L-wx I . ' - -V, --ii- , i e . , ,g',1i'3'5'fa1 ...S ., , wa, his L. 4 - t?' 'QM f I. ,,,,.,,M,,V ,x H 1.-2-vwnsgnnm " .1 x -gif" V. Ye, .1 Roger Parrott V ' favfffa ,V . V A . 'Wfvtvax .-.pf-in 491111 'fs A v m?f"f"F z ' ' , , ....g..,4..v:-f' ' , ,,..,,,.M-1-rwswk, . .... , wa.---f . . V, .... ,..v -' .',.'..,,.. .,.-wt...- f,...m.--e - ,. l --44,194-1-fa-f t, ifluvv-GLY , .1fEx,,, 5.41115-N 2522 4 4- wow! if ,s ' Ek as ,M ,ik Qgz 'Y' 7 , R ' , : J fr . - . 1 A im, V f , M -la if M41 -an .E mb 1 1 f an , R .. ,, Q Y W2 gf Y FK Q- ? QA U if Q'-X , QW if lr .L Q g ' . ., Wir- L WZ x an ni LK xi 'N K 1. X' , U M 0 g I X a 1 txtx x 'W' f . 0 navy, "-N I I I I I I I 1 I I W1 One of the rnany events which the Zeta Society sponsored this year was a Slave Auction. lt was a new and dif- ferent idea and the Student Center was packed with spectators. Howard Henry was the auctioneer. It would have heen entertainment enough just to Iisten to him trying to get hids, hut it was funnier still to hear the kids hidding on the prospective slaves. VVhether sold in groups or singularly, each sIave went for a good price. Bet- ty Gardner was in charge ofthe Imusi- ness transactions. The next day the slaves went to work. The dorms sure were clean that cIay'I 57 v "':'Q3Z " V if, Q, 1' wp ' : y. " 35,3 TW ' Y 4-75, The Christmas spirit was once again initiated at E.N.C. with the Choral Union's performance of Handel's Messiah. The concert was held in the Lahue Gymnasium. There was only one performance this year and the gym was filled with people, some of whom came solely to hear the majestic and soul-lifting Hallelujah Chorus. The music was exciting for both the singers and the listeners. R ITY VOLLEYB LL Coach Nancy Detwiler led the E.N.C. Crusader women to a successful 7-3 record in their second year of intercollegiate volleyball. Volleyball is a serious sport, The techniques and strategies have changed rapidly during the last decade and is the fastest growing sport in the United States. The basic necessity of the game is the ability to hit the ball with power and accuracy into the opponents court. The ENC. women proved that they can do this in their three games at the Kings Tournament. Even though they came in second place their ability to set the ball, to spike accurately, to serve consistently and to keep moving proved that they were one ofthe top teams at the tournament. Led by co-captains Anne Alverson and Bonnie Warr the volley- ball team proved once more that they are a significant part of E.N.C.,s athletic program. I I I I I I I I Ma I o o o Q 0 0 o o o Q o o Q o 30 n o ol X I , 1 541068, 51' - I 'N 'Tlx fs l 0' 4 f , Y my - M'- 3 A 5 Q . wha! nm ': X S' v 3 4 J .xii 4 -711 2 Q' 1 K r .' s""4' q e-V O . r L ' ' K :vin x . i l . -N -. gals.. ,,,- his .J Bag- M ' a 4 a .:.i- -gi. ug , . - .4 4 0 r las 5 a 1 .M it 1 Q-. -- At last - a white Christmas. Snow upon snow fell on the campus and white was everywhere. The trees were bending over from the weight, the sidewalks held an inch of ice, and it was freezing cold. But it was all worthwhile because the white Christmas we had all been dreaming of had become a reality. 5 5 5 1 aj-X ff- ,,-gs. w gr V-ii I 4 Y 'di' m, 3-e -C CH Q , ws ' ig? f Q ,, A . 4 M-......, if uk V ' 4 g, ev, '-4 ,, .... ,,.,41:.? ,fc H , fl' . . -, +5 1 - ee, 135232352 li 1 off' . 1 Q 1 C V Q -1, r X, , . gh-"5' ' M'-. WWI", , 4... , lf- , 0 7 ,,f,,14,al ,, :K gk K fr A .V in ' my ', . V 3 v Q I E V f e du ' an ii ,, R ,M . XR J 'WV I R PEN .- H .X ,:,.lVgllE. A wg, 'gvggv -, . -Q42 lI55S':F55 ' '1 1' 5: A!V?.ga35.L ff 493, ' , ., 3,4551 Tim ff X w ff " " S522 v.: ., XM 'M N . x WN 'M Q , wi X A A SQ 1 , , x g A, QA? 'W '?.:T " QP1.ff'?5f 'gm Q1 'Q.:qggii,f'i ' " ,GH--'Nyxi MPH V gf MM ..-1 '- wfvzfuza- ' 1' u.v ..,',, -. ,f Ya ' , , JW.: ,M "Y"1-:fu X .Q 41 igyjg ,uw , flifh., Q 'Q "Hmm .,,, 1 YM. 4 xQ'N x . Q u 1 5 f ww it X , X N ' Eglin f Y' 51 ewwgv wif. 1' eu. -'J gli If 4' 'f--42 , ii xi' I 4 my 'AA , 5--. WE Uillll at SUCIETY BA KETB LL The societies battled it out again this year in the weekly basketball games. They played tough, deter- mined to come out on top. As usual, Delta won first place. The Tigers seem almost impossible to defeat. There was usually a fairly large num- ber of spectators there to cheer for their society along with the society cheerleaders. Gf all the societies, Zetais cheerleaders were the most ac- tive and best prepared for every game. --I I 0 it Qin gr kt S1 Q 't K x Q dk ,4 .Y it v . . + L .a. "1 'Shi W 'f ,QR - ., E U I I -'.:,,. F X X Q 3 , ,,,, N 5 Q Sid K 1-Q 'I qqsl' ,, 1-S91 . M, .gy ' ..q,!f -4 f+.Qfif'f:5:. , ' -af-1-Ss ,. .vw qv- f.:-,:v:. Q22 2 YA 3 rf 9,9533 1, H www 4' 1. Q. Bw 'A , e ,ww 5, Q- N ' 4 ?2...,. . 1 X 4X Q X .,.,. ,.,., -'M-. . -V-5. new ,..,..,.w-Mm: wars:-, I TBAMUBAL BASKETBALL A new system in the societies was developed this year. Instead of having A and B teams, intramural teams were chosen. Team captains were selected and they watched the guys of all the societies as they practiced and played. The captains went in rounds and picked the guys they wanted on their teams. This way everybody had a chance to play. There were eight teams and each one played all the others at L arm least once. The system seems to have worked very well and will probably be used again next year. ' M l ,,. 1- - . , M4 : QQ, 9 1 325, , 'z:, .'-a. 'iw 4. I 4, Sq? x '45 53 s 5+ +- 1 , 4' 5 -Ulu , ff... .f if V Z ,W fx 1 if 3 f f A . e Y iff fs! H, y v P fzv 121' is we AJ , 1 4 lm This year's winter formal, spon- sored hy the Student Council, was held in the elegant Blue Hills Country Cluh. The theme of the evening was "Narnia" - a C.S. Lewis word for a land of make-believe. The evening itself was like a fantasy. There was plenty of conversation over the meal of roast top sirloin of beef, roast potatoes, and baked Alaska while Chuck Sinclair provided music at the piano. The decorous punch fountains ran all night long, and served as a center for informal mixing. Q.. S! "" ' W- is V Q 5,2 tb, ., 4, , Nw iv 'U 'A 2' F ff' ' C if it 1 'I "Hn FR - , 6 . '1 1 2 J ,- 1 . r'Iac 'V .I K. e .fy FK I Q 5 J' ' W - Q Qi . at 4, , 'fig' . ,Y A,f.,4Q: ,L ' .of 1 fu 5 fi ' .V i. ik if? J-QS! 'ik if fav 1 Q Y ,L .,.., .E-I, 'Gif' Aw' .. . ,. If 2 - fM"""fFN+1 xl f . ",-14525 vi2T"i'. 1lx'?fA?gL3gJ ' I-Yi , f yffjfl in .gh kr 6 ' ff 4,L,f 1. X- -fx 2 ., K , q 'of F' fl ,Ph A ki fi ,hz fi 1, ' 4.4 V -5 K .3 ,.,, -I -....,,,,.. Q X e -. J, ,V ' f i ,1 1' il ., .- f'E""anrf0E5S5 if paw I 'I 1 M iv 93 4 A I -mf' . :gif ,,f L ? Hzifgfvx-2 2 . , . A .iv A Q 5 A-jf W' :1 Ji? .-T -if ? 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The ENC Crusaders had a difficult time putting things together, and came up on the short end of a 72-65 score. Although the game was part of the exhibition season and did not count in the teamis season record, it was a disappointing loss because it was the first loss to Gordon College in many years. 'Sr 1 . J 'E 55,6 ' x I 1 l 1 Q , I XX le' "" 1 - M ,. , A , .N,, W H ' if 12 l ,fi ,--gay, a: -:sw N 3 D - . ff' U.. .hz 1 nufhh V "' nifa Q 'li' , ' 111 4 2? . z. ,Q J W , . V if Q , FINA W: ,D ,. ,1 ' q,gQ,. ,M ix X Avmwsg-' M W --nf' , 3 v,. F x 5 'X xy an 'We' ,. 'rx ., A Af' ' V 45 1, A ' ,-" mx M-.Nw I 'W . Rem, . 2. X 3 'N ,....,-f'f"""" Q dj, 2 4. , I ,?Bmvmx:- The Crusaders lose three seniors this yearg Rick Reyenger, Mark Sanford, and Tom Cunsalus. Rick's height and steadiness during a game has been part of the basis for the team,s success in the past four years. It will be a big loss for the Big Red next year. -I I 1 .1 I l ' I I l fu I I I I i I I . ! I i , i 4 u I E I I I I i I I I ll -Is I 1 . ':':: "Got spirit? 9 99 Let s hear it! iff KINsC'S TOURNAMENT PARTICIPANTS' BASKETBALL - 2nd place CHEERLEADINC 5th place Howie Briggs Donna Chappell Mike Cox Brenda Derbyshire Tom Gunsalus Agar Espada Dgug Lay Vicki Lalone Dolmger Rick Reyengero U Mark Sanford Cordie Wetmore Gerry Whetstone Kathy Rhule Diana Schaeffer CHESS - 5th place Dan Zink Mike Perry - stats Steve Smith Dave Rouse -- stats VOLLEYBALL - 2nd place TABLETENNIS 3rd place Cmixed doubles? ICIE-TieBlAeb,lFrS0n jackie Baillie Debbi Blank Linda Carpenter Brenda Henley Nancy Kornbau jean Macchi Barb Mason Bonnie Warr jackie Baillie Linda Carpenter Dave Rouse - lst place Cmen s singles? Dale Wolfe ALUMNI FREE THROW Nancy Detwiler Steve Shoff BOWLING - 3rd place BARBERSHOP QUARTET 5th place Bob Cornell Larry Collins jackie Baillie Warren Holloway john Pfautz Bud Reedy Carol VonFricken Doug Restrick "Second Place in overall Tournament O ' Selected to All-Tourney Team R33 j.B. ..... . Sara ..... Mr. Nickles Mr. Zuss . Zophan . . Bildad . . . Eliphaz . . Set Design Director . CAST . . . Richard Parrott . . . . Debra Gibson . . . . Vance Sheffler . . . Warren Holloway . . . Connie Charles BuclReeCly . . . Glenn Arsenault ..... Dan Callahan . . . . Lawrence Yerdon 89 -' h"'sl . V NN ., it 53, li ' l, ma V- .V ?,..v"'i,f"' x, 45 ,. ?1f 5 . I--1."r give,- . WN f"' df .K - fr , n Nei WL- 1 I v . 1-me W-. . U w. I ,. 'F XX ,,,, . Mg' I' r 5. 'a 4 if .,:, ,,.-fail -:rsmmeg '9"9!!'!!!!Ql r rx, -fv- si - Q ro H A 5 ms 96 r , 1 's 3 . 3 1 ' a I 4 l 1 I img, -f-'J 4 El in . X -.-:w if f .fly ,,. Q w 5 i P af S g Y gf . , lf s Q , v as xx. 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The sever- al new Freshmen are now accustomed to the pace and pattern of the team and know what to expect next year. The loss of two Seniors - Anne Alverson and Bonnie Warr - may prove to be detrimental, but hopefully the experience of the others will compensate for this loss. .1 ',?'!'X"'-si ,I 1,469 '. .'! '.' 9 Q", ffsfi ' x fu 5, 1.2.1 f A S., .Q 1 , 'ff ..,, , 62' W new-J--w q'wz" ,w F L .ff I Q ,vqfw , Z' f .- it 3 ff 'Qi ' me '? f' 14.5. 12- e ' 'Eg ff fyggg wg, -'v A5 ' ' f is 033 " an-Q gp" , li LI ,jg H 1 X If Q 'H-. M nv I I x ' ' 5 '51 9 is f X, C ' , , ., ' 2' 51 'NT we 2 ff Q F I, "Q 4' v K Q tr. jf' gi s-5 ?,M,g'! K X 1 I 4 ' 545 b g 1 I I 5 . , K .,.. 1.2.5- 4-1.-n .ffs - ,..f WA, . M , T 55, -sv.. :Q f - f' ,QQ k Q . -. g 1,5 B ' , sw '-im, . . v,,. q , N'.,,-' ,i.q.2,K an . :g :.7.,, , ,. 3 . 52 ' A fn Mg, ' U: wi-ji, -A -5 ' ws! , ix ' fs, - X5 V me 1g,nf'ii-gv 'sf .. y ,. .1 ery. Q ,..- -, 5? M, 3 ,g'?.:,va :'.2E+4Yf , ' vi" 4 ::3Q'ff "" 'r ujdf eva.. ,N 'L M z 4- ' H wmv x W ,-N.,9N,., ' ' 11" val-ummm.. , L wg ,IRQ-'...,f. , , an--Q 5 if .4A .1 gl 1 ' fx 4 321 :4:.Q,f, I ,.L..:b 1 gh ,'A' .V . A", , In ,V ,K ,, ,.,, V V U A ' r' ,A,' L , 1 'VVI Q fk ' WW , .:, , .A M in 4' The tennis team had a goodiseason this year. They ended with a record of 8-4. Ray Benson did a fine job of coaching. Two of the matches lost were against Harvard University j.V. which the guys knew would be tough to win but decided to try it anyway. As usual, Larry Collins had an excellent showing. He will be a great loss to the team next year. Ken Fuller and Rick Chappell are also gradu- ating. The four remaining team members are Chuck Alley, Dana Davis, Roger Parrott, and Dale Wolf. Each had a good season and are looking forward to next year. A SEASON RECORD Q8-47 ENC Mass. Maritime U. of New Haven ENC ENC Nyack ENC MIT UVJ Harvard UVB ENC ENC St. Francis ENC Barrington Harvard UVB ENC ENC St. Francis ENC Suffolk University ENC Cordon Barrington ENC ,KN 31 5.3-i. W Q' if we ,ff-A 5 K W? 3 -9-V F1 9 'ffl A4 0 l I 5 ti tl 1 4 W.. .K-WN, X N . xqxwxlx 5 lx xl ,gl XX Q5 ,S The new tennis courts gave a definite advantage this year over last. It was more easily accessible for practice, so the team did not have to goto a local high school everyday. Also, being at home, more stu- dents came to watch the matches. Tennis teams need moral support just as much as any other team does. Now they can get more of it. x' . zffitl Lv ,,.p ,N I.""'bq 5 10 'MJ' fa! 110 OOO m mkgq x xix.L.1i,f ... - N. 1 Q., qgwixs--r,-i R. i The last fling before the end of the year was a total success. Over 400 students and friends from the Wollaston Nazarene Church par- ticipated in a fun-filled day of rides at Lincoln Park. For 81.25 the students could ride from 12-8 p.m. and then enjoy the dinner provid- ed by the cafeteria. A B. x. lf. ef' P N' Y, , fkDAY IJNCCLN PARK fmmw+, 5- 4 Q A 55 if 44+ gg ,. . V, F Aim ... . l f -X :Qu hr Q ll -sw fsagwuas g mwsmxesz f COMETM' N - ay ANN Ia ALVEJRSON zf X xv N- :-: , -I f 5? Q X :4.g1,x xr 54 x Q .YQ-an bf.. f-.-:ew ' XY A . , .92 1 --f b -- Y ,,..,,- U 'Q S k: -H . . f" ?a,:,, K , 12, ,. f. ,ff mf' L K "W , ., - gm 3? ' S 'Q .-f ' A m., A j we .' ,A V' - K - ,. ,, f A ia- -fn as 'T , A 55 ' , -2 ax . W A j'i'1?,2"-' ' 5 31195 ,EEN 1, . W S I ELPH RN fi ff? , ,K Q f w . , 's,x'--X -UQ , . X EWR? ,K -. -, X 'K - X xx Y xx x '1 Q 'Q v 5 SEX 'la X, " ,ws Q ' fi I 31: . x x N F If V Q X1 i - .M N "' Z: 'Q A 5 ig K H R N" S gf N0 , -L .5 f s , ,.,v: A Y. ' N , A SUSNN IDPERQS l i Q My Mm . X 7' . 4 --r B qw , 'i ,V-bxklf Vlm, 4 X- P b DAVE GAL if -- r , I ,gn f , ,.,, : 'Q 1 1 YI - ,, 2 v , " I, YZ? -,Q A 5 " ,,1,,.'f4', 4 ,-,L:,l.- , -I fMf,xe,,, -V r ' 1 ' 'z, -, ' -:fa :, f 'ep "vu .. MIQHA fm i w I 'i 5 J PAUL SULLI A i ,I -'dial' .AQUA .-,.f.4v+-ns-.W,,M,, ,. ., - n..41nn.. GCIETY OFTB LL xi 5, 4, 4 'fxiiifw -........ am' U . 'W - .4,,,""Hr -2- ,gum -we-X "' , rx,- 'fi gf ,gn " -A 4 nw .x - ss. 'I . . Mmm. X' wr, f A 4 'SLB dgwi mn. .Y 'A 4 , 'wr xx Xu... ,5', . 6 .3 O 4 4 v X it Ay 5 + xf"" 'xx t ' Q X ' ' , X ef- 'F ' J' P m. R V , , , 4 x b , ,.. -1'Wf'vf' iw J' 'H n 'Ev 'f5Y3fga's,fgi,':3' 'VW 'li 3 qw. A. 4, wX.4is K 1 1 w f v" ,FW Q 3 H , -' ni, X-' Lrg' P' iarlw K A,5N,Q,f g li, 5.5 b 'X ' s ' ' X if A Q, ,wm, v1"L F"' . f'-,ffm "' ' 1111 'AU uf" ,Mal Q "'rX. 'skim M., Q, . X: N. The society softball games were not played on campus this year so the turnout of spectators was not as great as in years before. But the spirit was still there. Each society had their little section of fans to try to cheer their team on to vic- tory. Delta came out in first place. The other societies tried hard to pull ahead and defeat the Tigers but they just could not seem to do it. Kappa finished second and Zeta and Sigma took third and fourth respectively. I 'I 14 9. . ll- . . 59 . . BI. Q.:f..g....m. - ' ' ., .. xx 1 rs ' vb 19-..' - L --rf., 4 -. ,N-Q, wfit' . H .5 ,wr--1 2-f 211.251 ,,1..r"'f' gy., '05,-Aug A9 new-W ' 4" Q "'v!""'axr-,' ,Q ., alll 41" gftwfM"f, -fif- .,, ,. U' .,,. .-0 .sg .L ,- A ,W ,,,..-f.,...'.v Nw- A 4' F- " .ff2g3'Y3t'ff?" " Q 1 "' ' N sg we X. W, s 4 L+" A . SPQRTS BANQUET AND AWARDS The annual Sports Awards Banquet was held in the Student Center Cafe- teria this year. A delicious roast beef dinner was served and then the awards were presented to the mem- bers of varsity teams. Rick Reyenger and Anne Alverson were noted as the two most valuable athletes of the men's and women's teams at E.N.C. After the award presentations, movies were shown of soccer, volleyball, bas- ketball, tennis, and softball games. Coach Smith was the Master of Ceremonies rw L ii l 'S W ' . Ev 3? ,fl K , .X ,,.,2 S, X Q s D wi ,, f- ,'f' sf, N ff hs il? 5V 52 G A .' J ' -' , . E- 6 ,, 5 ,1-31,12-"flag, Y' al 31,3-rl?" 31" gg in 4521 2 :ik--,Q - gg, -w-,VA viii! 4FfZ""l.m 'W"!.mnQ,..,,,r-... l ' mags-.,-1 . Pi 1 PWM -W5 'Wlwx my Mak SQ FN K sb V5 was wx .Q i 'S' a We 'SW . 5. Ti fan , .9 ' ff- JQ, W-15,1 I . . mv ,1,, R 4, W' ' 4. gb, in 2.0, The evening was spent in Boston's "57" restaurant at the junior-Senior Banquet called "The Last Hurrahf, After a delicious meal of prime rib or filet of sole "The Found Free" entertained with their music and short, humorous stories. Then the traditional skits put everyone in stitches, and even maybe embarassed a few. Coach Smith was presented with a gift of appreciation from the senior class for his support and dedication as their advisor. Senior awards were announced. Doug Clem and Kaarina Ham were selected as the outstanding seniors. The evening ended happily for some but sadly for others. The "last hurrah" was over, Qi5f'5"f2e4Efm3T7' 'A f I 120 U' ff-www 5 Vwfifrk' 1 1 i . V9 4 jl mm afwweggag MW 5:1-E Qgecczfzmmzk cj fe-awkzl Q Jfwy fwfdfyf 3, The Baccalaureate Service took place in the Lahue Gymnasium at 10:30 A.M. It began with the tradi- tional processional of faculty and se- niors. The music was arranged by Dave Galbraith of the class of 1974. The A Cappella choir was on hand again to sing "I was glad when they said unto me," and "A song to the Lamb." 1241 1 NYM. WN. Th. a Qin, X? my ri' Q M5 X wk: 31' "iii .5 q Y- . W , I i P L HV, ,fl -JE., UM. qs F' ' My ' .M i Ml .SX .4 ', pf gif i 1,. ALMA MATER In New England stands a college Near blueQuincy Bay, E.N.C. our Alma Mater Glorious for aye. Laud her merits, sing her praises, Let our song ring free. Hail to thee, our Alma Mater Hail, o ENC. p Graceful branches lifted heavenward, Suncrowned ,fore our view, Stand the elms upon our campus, ' Reaching to the blue. U Shady walks beneath the foliage, Flow'ring beauty rare, Blessed by nature, how we love thee, Alma Mater fair. Clear her vision, high her purpose, Lo, she stands serene, Andnher faith is sure, undaunted, Eastern Nazarene, We will prove our strong devotion, , 'Loyal we will beg True to Cod and Alma Mater, D True to E.N.C. ' S. Mann and William Summerscales .xy W Q l fl W ii i 1 w ll A P, I 7 l Q. l-I 2 l ' t li We Seniors are somehow unique. As Seniors from 7973 to 79 74, we underwent many of the usual experiences, as well as some very new ones. The beginning of the end ,began in September. . . major courses, student teaching, field placement, more labs, G RE 's, applications, comprehensives, recitals, engage- ments, extra fees around every corner, and the continual "What will you do next?"probe confronting each of us all through the year. Having access to a new gym during our last year made Homecoming special, and our own special representative on the court lauded it well. "Rustique l" in September on Cape Cod was highlighted by beautiful foliage, cheeseburgers, a fifty-foot banana split, communion by the water, ENC personality portrayals, a partial film, no heat, the search for some 'missing items, 'and some in- teresting spiritual premises from Rev. Grant Swank. . The Senior Christmas Chapel brought some good thoughts into focus. Several weddings during the year were points of interest to our class, and the arrival of spring made us realize how quickly four intense years would come to an end. "Rustique ll " in April pro ved as adventurous as its fall counterpart. Featured were more mature and educated Senior fun, delicious roast beef "All in the Nazarene Family, " the re- T turn of a class soloist, and plenty of potato salad. The "Ecstatic Exit of '74" began with a quiet Senior . Dinner in April followed by the junior-Senior Day celebrations: caps and gowns, flowers, our song, formal attire, great entertain- ment by "Found Free, " and special recognition-for us! And then it came. Alumni Banquet, Baccalaureate, Graduation, diplomas, good-b yes. All the efforts, all the days, all the attempts at making our way at ENC somehow brighter were suddenly history. BETTE ALLEN A B.S.,b Elementary Education ANNE ALVERSON BS., Music Education BOYD ANDERSON BA History O ROY C ANDREWS B A , Mathematics K, 5 , ., . 4 ROBERT BABBA BA Hlstory RONALD BENNETT BA RGl1g1Ol'l 4 STEPHEN BELL B S MLISIC ECTLICEITIOH LINDA BILUNKA BA Engllsh . ., . ,., 1 Q ' ' . ., . ., 1 , .1 , N . uv . n RONALD BROWN BS., Chemistry CLAIR BUDD B.A., Sociology DUANE BU RRIS BA., Mathematics 311 LINDA BUSS BS., Elementary Education "MP" ,,1yL,,3, 11,1 9. ,U 3 STEPHEN CENTOLA B.S., Music Education hd.. f. ., , DUUGLAS CLEM B.A., Business Administration W. HAROLD CHAPPELLA B.A., Psychology I 1 X X - an F ' 1 , 1 9? it i ? LARRY COLLINS B.A., Business Administration i i 'WWW' V. . g, im 'LI .. .. . aixf-'-75 'X N'v'w+Pf! 1 1 H i n v V I 1 1 ' ,Q ,.j?Si?f"':'5' I . -sz:- A O Q . f? PATTI EMERY BA., Social NVork SANDRA lfSfl'E'l' BS, Elcmcntary' Education ABEL ESPADA BA., Social Work DANIEL FALLON B.A., Political Scicncc 1 v '11 V 1 P I l mgkfia W 'wwpwfiz I W I J 1 P A 3 U F ,N ? w , I W W w x F r F ! 3 i ! E 1 1 1 X R 1 I i ! Z Q 1 I 1 , i . ,.',-ax-f'f'f:f DERQRAH A. GARDNER BA.. Psychology ' DAVID CALBRAITH B.S., Music Education RICHARD CRANFI B.S., Elementary Education 111 FRANK GARLAND B.A., Mathematics 44 if ROBERT GRINROD B.A., History GEORGIA HAICHT B.A., Business Administration ' , J ' -1 'Q , I L. E1 E. i 4 3 , I I i - J it -i ft! 1 THoMAs GUNSALUS A B.A., History i ,fl A , . , I 4 J 1 I Q I :X ' 'i . 1 , . 1 "' 2 1 l r' - ' Ag li- 1 1 .Y Q 4 v K it 1 AA, 8 . , 'x X '.3....i.. l X 1 4 i. 1 ,NVQ Ili KAARINA HAM BA., English i i '- 1 LTT'75,+,7' Y PHILIP HECKMAN B.A., Religion IOYCE HEDBERG B.S., Elementary Education EBEN HEDMAN B.A., Religion 146 CHARLOTTE HEPLER BS., Elementary Education B . 4 F f 1 w r 4 i s i I I .71.i'r'-r',r:N. 1 ' , ,Y,, 'Q l E i JUDITH V. MACLEAN BA., History """"5'iD MARK MCINTURFF B.A., Psychology DAVID MACLEOD B.S., Elementary Education Q PETER MAHLER B.S., Biology DONNA MARCIN BA., Social Work DAVID MERCER B.A., Social Work LEWANN C, MARPLE BS., Music Education NANCY MESZAROS B.A., Social Work We-'HN Af! DONNA MORRIS BA., History ff' JACQUELINE MURPHY Elementary Education SHERYL MOVVRY B.S., Biology DAVID NAZELROD B.A., Spanish -.,,.., DEBORAH ONSPAUGH BS., Elementary Education ESTELLE OSTERHOUT B.A., Social Work Hikin- JOHN ORNDORFP BA., Social Studies 41 RICHARD PARROT B.A.. Psvchologx' 4 4 , ,G ' ':- ff 1 ROBERT PENNELL B.A., English .'-45' af ""fw:iH...x,....,0iua.d?.1'.. ". -. A r NADINE PFAUTZ B.A., Psychology f I' . 1' ' ' . y- ' 5 V V . 4- V, 1 I, , .' . Q J ' . n 0 1'- ROBER-T PETERS B.S., Elementary Education . ,.,1- ,- fm' . CHARLENE J. POLAN B.A., Social Work -G I V 1 E arhv S, 1 .inf LINDA ROTHROCK BS., Elementary Education C.:-1? 46 s ha W .. DIANE SCHAEFFER BA., Modern Languages 1 CHERYL SAMMARCO B.A., Psychology I. I IUDITH SCHRAC B.A,, Social Work - --TTPWT N' -5--:zz l 1 l l' fr l. -1 u F F I '4 X v K F I E ,If T . A . V V, f. 'S PAM ELA STANTON BNA., English , 2, PAUL SULLIVAN BS., Music Education , . 4 is . ,sz 4 h , 5 ' ' SAMUEL STOCKWELL BA., Psychology anvil'- 4 . I ROBERTA SWEETSER B.S., Elementary Education 5 4 I W 1 n V - F 5 i E I, O Mi ff U rf EMILY TURKINCTQN BS., Music Education udwiv dau-1 PAUL WALLACE BS., Biology ANNIS VAUTIER BA., Religion IAM ES WALTENBURGER BA., Physics 1 as 5. '-. , , , Q , ,A .. I 23' I ig... ,' y A . , :- .' " JOSIE WHITE B.A., English MARK WILLIAMS B.A., History K WILLIAM WHITMAN B.A., Psychology 'z FRANK WILLOUCHBY B.A., Psychology 5. kk? www. ,Nags if ,. ,ik X V .Y 1 J. '?i?T??'2a54'A' Q a 'G fv 1 4' X Ji 4, " X a SSOCI TE DEGREE "2 W. . 1. ywwagf 1 vi ., ,,, Q1 ,sz . .3 4...,,,v 1 ,Q ,.1g, ,,f, ff W , 5, , ,,, 6, 52 " " , 4 -via '- H N , , -45 - 1 V ' -3,2 9-,,A:1'1.,. H 'Vg 43. 'ff-H .z,, -.4 1 -1. .- H-' 'V fa' ':-64,-f3,'V2' 1 7" ' ' 'ff' -" W 1211.1-..f1:Q??1" , wifi' f J --545' , .f , , u 4 4 , .t V5 , 35kiQQf5' 513: - ., :I 3, .,.,A, ,,m, Z, W rf . , wig: , . 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L.w"" Q 3 L 2 M 2 'N O 0 an 5 E Y jx. ,A ' ,, mf e- , - 1. 'fv wr' -: ' 5. 'YI' f Nm. 3 N. , Y 'W I 'Hd' af? 551 . Qi 'wc mf, 5421? 1' 3 -r Q F I 'f AG :Yi . j . N. Q. if Senior Retreat The Senior Class of 1974 held a retreat at Camp Hayward the weekend of October 12-14, 1973. The retreat provided a good chance for most of us to escape the pressures of classes, and a not- too-good reason for some of us to get behind in a course or two. We shared in thought with Rev. Grant Swank, jr. on the second coming of Christ. We shared in activities of enjoyment as well. The class council, led by President Doug Clem, presented a skit shortly after our arrival at the camp on Friday which initiated the activities of the weekend. Viewing a film - partly censored by the film committee - and eating pizza ended the day's schedule of events. 168 I .1,1'fT"'w 'QU 'iv x l Q. if T Q Saturdays breakfast brought with it a review of the old Saturday morning cartoons, while the afternoon became a medley ol physical activities. Some people hiked. Others paddled on the lake with a leaky boat and an old board. Many played softball Qvvith logs behind third, rocks for second, and the center-fielder standing in the lake l. Nearly everyone joined in play- ing volleyball. After a fine spaghetti supper by chef Andy VVanner, everyone partici- pated in the Rustique Playhouse - original, if not always humorous, skits. The highlight ofthe weekend was the 50-foot banana split - enough ice cream for everyone. l 169 Iii 'nusilouls' i Qty" W -'ffl . 2522? . C A 5 VON S LMS FOOD Fl an-SVC 0CT. I2-I5-I4 FA CAMP HAYWARD ON THE CAPE - COST : 35.00 GRANT SWANK JSPECIAL SPEAKER RUSTIOUE PLAYHOUSE AND WORLD'S LARGEST BANANA SPLIT A Chaplain Mark Williams led in a period of worship and communion in a lakeside setting which concluded the activities ofthe weekend. The retreat was a complete success. There was plenty of food Cnot all of which was consumed? as well as lots of fun. A memorable occasion. Sl ,nv . , . , f , . A,-Y 11' 1:9-wi .tslyrff i . "' ' wif? if fy Si Sv Ag., x 1 s Cholarsh ip L GORDON FORWARD 1 ! IACQUELINE FULLER KENNETH FULLER V 5 fi L w X y Kii., .439 'Q 5 Y ff xf 'X N sf' Mf A 1 Q , O x Ebb 2 f??m1 1 14 f f' -'f 1 1 ' 1 2 Ev Si ef f ,,, 1 I I K Q. ..,.,. N e ! J 'WSIS A"'H4oJa 'lffbllf "'49Aso.r "'l'sz:, :g,n,' vl:q,, , llljgp 'tru 1 art, ak 'shy - ll' Droe- urn ,Ig ' ll 41 service .- X V q. I ' . kv 5 I. to the school ZOE KNOX RICHARD PARROTT STANLEY PUIQLIAM " R541 , E -. 52 ,, Qg A xgwgiggmg N., -, zz, N X fig? 2 'N Y Ns 4 x XA . A' P91 o 9 6 0 'vo 9 ' . I' - it-s . buff. 'Q ri Q? -' D 904' .lei .,, o 6 -9 Q e -fa. W H O S W H 0 MARK WILLIAMS promise of future sueeessfulness and usefulness to society i UNIOR COUNCIL : juniors ..., accepting the responsibility and privilege of plan- ing a usupern year for the graduating seniors . . . reception for transfer students, Homecoming preparations, sale of class rings, Thanksgiving chapel, junior-Senior Day March, "The Last Hur- rahi' President: Gary Calhoun . . . Vice President: Judy An- drews Secretary: Marilyn Oakes Treasurer: Ed DiSante . . . Chaplain: George Small . . . Stuco Representative: Lorraine Brown ... Advisor: Merritt Neilson ... anticipating their final year at ENC with ambivalent feelings, .mm X i li I ,N i .Tl ' , .... f ., FRE HMAN COUNCIL Freshmen . . . involved in organizing their class, initiating their own activities, participating individually in various organizations . . . constitution revision, Greenbook, "Hillbilly Christmas", Vol- leyball: Faculty vs. Stuco, HThe Simple Truthi' concert, skits, films, prayer breakfasts . . . President: Alan Scott .. . Vice Presi- dent: Cathy Ingland . .. Secretary: JoAnn Heavner . ., Treasur- er: Mike Lord . . . Chaplain: Bruce Braswell . .. Stuco Represent- ative: Kathy Kalish Advisor: Al Truesdale looking for- ward to their future at ENC. 'CG' e iii an SOPHOMORE COUNCIL Sophomores . . . bringing ENC closer to the local community . . . creating quality activities within ENC . . . Freshmen initia- tion, 'iThe Gift of the Magi", "Make Your Own Kind of Music", Blood Drive - i'Son of Dracula" . . . President: Leo Sarkissian .. . Vice President: Ed Miller . .. Secretary: Yvonne Bowland . . . Treasurer: Laurie Mclnturff Chaplain: David Willoughby Stuco Representative: Mary Lou Morrison Member-at- large: Steve Carnahan Advisor: Glenn Keys joining the ranks of the uupperclassmenn in the true Enc spirit. 177 DERCLASSME R. Abbott T. Abugelis j, Acker P. Adams M R. Ahlquist ,V C. Akeley L, Albergo C. Alley I. Alley W. Allen K Almlqulst B Anderson I Andrews 1. Andrews S. Andre - QQ:-ie- Ag-1-L-.ng ri- L1,:'QE- -514' . 751. A ,--YN,--v'r" N .X 2. 1 v- - -42. ' X ' "Yip: W. 3, "5 .L 'if-as , Swiv- H . ll 6, .. ,4 1 4 , , jf ,V ' 4 A 4 ' ,yy I, ,Hx 1 A hw ' ps' 1' -, f' ,f W f ' '4- ' V -A e , 'V' Q I I Berlmguet C. Berrv D. Bllllngslea " D. Bmkley ' E C. Bltters I' D Blank C Blank K. Blazon D Bohall -"' C. Bohrer M7891 j. Bowen K. Bowen Y, Bowland R. Boyd B. Braswell ,fJ1f'If??f'.." " . Q ' fy' X W' - x E' 3' .1 . I w W -2-233.1 ' . B 'V -Q 3,3 f f-V , , ..,. Q X, - ,-if f , -.3 4, 2 -5-:ff 3 if C. Brasuell C. 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J W xx lg! 1' 1.2 .'e1""'?lQ .l. 4 ' -Q X I , l g K E I 1 4631! , j M...-.' fa mm, , ',f,,- 11,3 1 mfg X im ,.,2i. ,Agii 57 Q 9+ A Us Q Q L...- 4 f-in .........na..vg A long summer of planning . . . our time has comef A welcome for the Freshmen . . , a successful all-College Outing with no plates and one flat tire. An in-between reception with the Caithers . . . in a new gym. Preparing mug-shots. just how are Student Council meetings supposed to go? . . . This canlt be the right way! Nineteen of us . . . and Dr. james Cameron. Wonder what he's thinking. We must remember: the best for the most. The dedication of Lahue Center . . . triumph of 1970. 1971, 1972, and 1973 Student Councils. What a step! Keeping the spiritual in perspective . . . living it . . . i'Please help us, dear Codl' , . . Keeping academics in perspective . . . academic forums . . . workgroups , , . bringing students and faculty together in the major fields. Freshmen elections . . . PROPOSITIONY Standing committees, special committees . . . lots of work. Cutting lunch lines in half . . . fund-raising suppers . . . knocking out a wall. Course evaluation sheets . . . key-punch-. ing this time. Christmas Party .., good food tl? . .. an hour and a half of favorite carols .. . ten sore fingers . . . gifts for ENC celebrities . .. Santa Clem. Intramural basketball . . . or no? . . . YESY And success. A formal . . . wintertime . . . "Narnia" . . . StuCo character sketches . . . HReader's Theatre" -- lovel Soda machine refilling . . . society socials . . . uje- , sus Joy so many committees . . . two-hour Tuesday night meetings . . . swap-chapel with Cordon College , . . "j.C. Power Outletn . . . King's Tourney - we'll gather steam for next yearll Elections . . . names surfacing . . . primary . . . counting ballots . . . remembering the excitement . . . reception . . . weire lame ducks! College Ecology Day . . . four quad- rants . . . five scholarships . . . a changed campus! Bradley Sports Award . . . endless chapel announcements . . . following the constitution , . . many mistakes . . . getting ideas from many sources . . . publicity . . . listening to many viewpoints . . . trying . . . learning. Lincoln Amusement Park . . . springtime . . . annual Craduation Celebrations . . . handing over the keys. STUDENT COUNCIL: the experience that teaches frustration and futility, interaction and involvement, appreciation and indebtedness . . . to ENC. fKaarina A. Ham J 207 Delta is number one ... for the fourth time in the last five years, Delta pride and spirit placed the Tigers on top again ice cream socials and skits, the society hanner, a urecord crowd" forthe covenant players, film nights and pizza sales .,. the society with an image to uphold, M O CQ M 5. .tsl 'P' 'gl' 5. PRESIDENT: Dale Wolf VICE PRESIDENT: Howie Briggs SECRETARY: Dehhie Sammarco 49' 'Q TREASURER: Scott Haskell SOCIAL CHAIRMAN: Karen jayne . MENS SPORTS COORDINATOR: Bruce Bakaysa WOMENIS SPORTS COORDINATOR: jacki Baillie I .A I LP. PRESIDENT:Roger Parrott VICE PRESIDENT: Matt Carpenter SECRETARY: Nancy jones TREASURER: Mike Wheeler CHAPLAIN: Mark Buhar 5. MENS SPORTS COORDINATOR: Rick Chappell WOMENS SPORTS COORDINATOR: Amher Roherts -LQ. -BP. ls. ka Q0 . 5. ., The year proved to be one of financial success for Kappa . . . sponsorship of several movies a crowd of 500 attended "The Cross and the Switch- blade" improved participa- tion in all activities a new face for the society. 341- Sigma a year of building after the loss of many vital se- niors and the influx of the new effervescent freshmen mov- ies, doughnuts, a "Found Free" concert, pizza, midnight roller skating . . . cooperation was the key - not only within our own society, but in conjunction with others. PRESIDENT: Steve Scott VICE PRESIDENT: Frank Sickel SECRETARY: Diane Schaeffer TREASURER: Craig Andrews WOMENS COORDINATOR: Barbara Mason MEN'S COORDINATOR: Bob Conklin CHAPLAIN: Dan West PRESIDENT: Donovan Cole VICE PRESIDENT: Tim Lanham SECRETARY: Diana Schaeffer TREASURER: Mary Ann Wood MEN'S COORDINATOR: Ed Miller WOMENS COORDINATOR: Betty Gardner CI-IAPLAIN: Frank Willoughby MEM BER-AT-LARGE: Sue Collier "The New Zeta We Carel' ... our motto backed by plenty of hard work carnations and candy kisses, ice cream socials, a childrenls Christmas party, the Muscular Dystrophy drive, slave auctions, final success for Wom- enls basketball and cheerleading . . . unity and pride restored, Zeta moves surely toward No. Il 209 SOCIETY POINTS DELTA ZETA NEW MEMBERS 64 96 VARSITY SOCCER 20 SOCIETY SOCCER 4 50 20 VARSITY CHEERLEADING 0 0 MUC-SHOTS 0 5 UNITED FUND DRIVE 5 15 VVOMENSS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL S 10 SOCIETY VOLLEYBALL 05 40 SOCIETY WRESTLING 2 4 MENS VARSITY BASKETBALL 12 16 VVOMEN'S VARSITY BASKETBALL B 10 SOQCIETY BASKETBALL 50 20 INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL ' 213A 16 FOUL-SHOOTING 7 4 PING PONC 22 22 KINC'S TOURNAMENT 22 16 COLLEGE ECOLOGY DAY 30 50 VARSITY TENNIS 16 12 VARSITY BASEBALL 28 12 SOCIETY SOFTBALL 50 20 SOCIETY CHESS 35 00 I 6 TOTALS E E 2 ILO KAPPA 83 1:2 10 2. O 25 4 77 W 4 8 4 so 1:3 V2 5 8 4 10 4 24 :30 25 379 SHUMA 67 16 30 ' 4 0 10 6 62W . 6 4 6 10 I ll 4 19 V2 12 20 0 8 10 45 360 who-vpxpfh: long N Ml- Pixie Sisters little things count Twirp Week Co get em girlsl judy Andrews Ann Kiemel Dawn Heckman Nina Caley Linda Buss Lorraine Brown Open House thanks Administration jud1c1.1lBoard what s vour excuse this time? Christmas Project 730 gifts Home for little w nnderers Big Little Sister Partv Hillbillx HoeDown Christmas Party . . , Mrs. Cameron 81 epiphanies . . . cookies curoling For all that is . . . thanksl' ... a time to share Powder Puff Soccer . . . Upperclass women win again Four talks for girls . . . Ann and friends Book sales . . . dollars?l! Christmas . , . the spirit ofgiving i'Yf"VN XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX judicial Board Break-Out . . . panty raids Shields vs. Memorial football game Christmas caroling . . . more panty raids room delivery of g'The Boston Globe" stag swimming party Steve Scott Wanner Ken Fuller Leo Sarkissian S Greg Niblett --...,-.Q-.N N-J """'Ef SNE Student National Education Asso- ciation providing education stu- dents with aids to help and enrich their specific areas of service .. . the Christmas Tea for student teachers and their respective classroom in- structors. panel discussions on second- ary education, jam session over a Chinese dinner , . . all serve to create unity and concern among those who have committed themselves to the essential task of education. Sk 49 .3, .c. avg 5 ll .9. .C .3 . .g. Row 1: B. Kinder Row 2: C. Hunter L. Dean P. Wise P. Conklin L. Matthewson XXXXXXXXX233XXXXXXXXXXXXXXRXXXXRXXX2331333 C Music Educators National Conference . . . uniting the music educa- tion students with the modern concepts in teaching music . . . through the Music Educator's journals . .1-il .-.1--.1 ,L-1s-nu .---in ...inasm- L1-1-1 .-.---sun . . along with a mountain climbing ex- pedition, a hayride, the Christmas caroling at the Eventide Nursing Home and Long Island Hospital . . . a means of sharing and of learning new ideas. C. Shetler j. Pfautz 1. Barr M. Waltenberger K. Seager C. Brennan C. Fleming D. Kent K. Kent S. Caley P. Stoddard N. Carlton C. Dillingham L. Marple R. Whitman M. Marshall K-. Knowles B. Chandler P. McNeely M. Wright L. Heckman D. Wehr B. Keith 3 ,. igiiyvt CYF College Youth Fellowship . . . time to share with those who can truly empathize with you - your peers . . . special speakers and groups, interac- tion with other colleges, special talent nights, the Florida witnessing trip . . . all vital aspects of witnessing and sharing in ENC life. EX XX A XXXRXXRXXXXXXRXXXXXXXX X XXXRXXXXXXXXXXRXXE Circle K theme Challenge to Actionn . . . concern for environ- ment students health care, dependent and neglected persons, correc tional institutions Ecology Dayy' around the gym, tornado disastei K fund youth hockey tournament, Thursday Night at the Fights, serving you and the community. Row 1: R. Reyenger C. Wetmore M. Mulkigian R. Rickey M. Perry C. Calhoun D. Zink Row 2: D. Yates M. Silva R. Myrick M. Carpenter C. Alley D. Rouse Row.3: M. Tracy H. Henry D. Darsh W. Whitman I TER ATIO AL ENC Internationals . . . a conglomerate group of students from other countries, bound together, adding to the life and color of our campus in the classroom, in the dorm, in athletics, through society participation making their contribution by sharing their skills and viewpoints. R G. Germain S. Frederick j. Foley A. Sadeghi I. McElrea I. Baillie S. Davis C. Owens I. Gomes R. Cole I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Q HXXXXXXXXH The Evangelistic Association . . . geared to promoting spiritu- al activity and service participa- tion inner city work, on- campus ministry, community projects, nursing homes, weekly prayer breakfasts, power groups . . . three evangelistic teams de- termined to spread the news of Christ's love and power. 216 Row l: j. Foley C. Fuhrman R. Parker D. Wetzel D. Paige V. Fosbrink J. Polan D. England E. DiSante J. Cunningham W2: B. Braswell S. Dezotell S. Marlatt S. White M. Guthrie M. Hall D. Vandiver B. Syska S. Dunlop S. Schindler B. Richardson D. Chew Row 3: F. Nash C. Knapp J. Tucker I. Conner L. Stanton L. Shevel A. Huff C. Braswell H. Howard J. Orndorff L. McGray S. Howard 4: C. Andrews I. Pritchett G. Forward R. Cole D. Scott S. Stiles M. Hurd K. Griswold F. Lowe R. Perry R. Greene D. Restrick R. Pennell G. Crawford T. Fenn R. Robichaud E. Hedman VANGELISTIC ASSOCIATIO WSOS S. Pulliam J- lUfY Z. Knox D. Chew J. Cox B. Richardson j. Orndorff D. Wetzel 1. Polan D. Schaeffer A. Stevens j. L L K C E C Freese . Keim . Matthewson Blazon Fuhrman . Comerie Fisher Y. Bowland C S. R Sammarco Howard Rohichaud World Student Outreach So- ciety purpose: to promote missions an outreach group - realizing our responsibility here at home ... Mission Pact 74: missions workshop with Ted Hughes, james Hudson, Boh MacDonald, Boston Chapel Pro- ject - film and offering ... in- forming ENC students of the vital concerns of missionary involvement. fi? I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 3.2 X D. Wetzel I. Tucker B. Braswell H. Howard R. Shuck B. Compton B. Syska C. Budd R. Parker M. Pauley j, Bohall R. Perry A. Truesdale R. Mazzacone K. Griswold E. Nedman Student Ministerial Association . . . service and fellowship for those interested in full-time Christian work . . . special speakers: Dr. Bassett, Dr. jenkins, Dr. Blaney, Dr. Kauffman, Urhan Minis- tries Graduate Program . . . preparing future pastors through ac- tive participation and practical experience in current ministerial practices and responsibilities. ,r-V nz N -ik iv" J wc, f3QE:iQ" E gf, ,I ff- if l ' ' A, '. . - '. 0 -M L H . f i , 'T' , , if ? aw 'uf ,, sk, , ,.., Q- ' 'px' , 1 , .Q -41 'J fr 1- , lx 1 If f 1 as f 12 4, v . 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Bass Tim Lanham, Vocal wwf DR MA CLUB ...-nmg -...qi BOARD GF TRUSTEES s I ---nl to: dean helfrish from: ann i think some people do not understand how important our office is , , , i want to thank you for understanding. for believing in it as deeply as you do. for inspiring me to pour myself into its purposes. it is where i want to be. it is where my heart is. it is people. itis-Q-Qinyou . . . me , . , joe .. aheadresident . ,, changing our world. finances 61 student loan programs and campus budget: red? black? there are men of real expertise that dr. parrott has chosen to work in these areas . . . but it is in student personnel that a student comes for reinforcement after working ll p.m. to 7 a.m. at the nursing home 61 carrying a full load it is often to one of our offices they come in a flood of joyful tears because a loan just came through , . . or they come, shattered because something didn't come through. they ask, do we really believe something good can turn up? should they hang on? we do not move through the constituency as the p.r. men do . but we are responsible for the negative-positive, promotive or distractive that 900 students communicate as they write home. talk, interpret life 81 thought on campus. we enforce the rules. you have taught me that it is our methods of enforcement, the strength of our philosophies that determines so often acceptance-rejection, growth or regression, understanding or rebellion. i have learned from you to believe in the basic good of people . . , their need of love in failure . , . and yet the strength of not acquiescing to moods. marion janes hands ping-pong balls over the counter . , . and laughs at the bovs silly jokes . . . and answers multitudinous questions . . . small-but-crucial that everyone else is unavailable to answer . . . and besides no one cares to . . . but marion. student personnel does the grimy stuff. we enforce the law . . . tthat's pretty unpopular, but who would send their child and who would give a good sum to a college speaking of Christian virtue, but without some organized law and morality and peace???J we listen to the gripes . . . we deal with the tensions students feel . . . drugs. crime. insecurity. bitterness. rebellion. you have taught me that control is more important than discipline. it is respect and responsibility established within the individual. that there is no love without integrity and no integrity without enforcement of basic Christian principles . . . that there can be no enforcement unless we live what we want to be enforced . . . our values internalized ihave learned from you to first ask, WHY . . . instead of immediately issuing the verdict . , . and letting the WHY not demoralize the decision, but direct it to teach and strengthen and mellow a student's life instead of destroying it with anger and resentment. you have taught me that it is not so important to be understood as it is to exude love with our decision, and to be more interested in the student's "becoming" as a person. in student personnel, we live with kids' feelings. rational and QE irrational. how they cope with their feelings and with the ordinary of each day so determines their potential as students, and prevents the college system from choking . , . well, i wanted to say it and i have. my eyes have been so opened. if there were a personality-popularity vote, marion janes would win no. one on campus because she makes kids feel as if their problems are important . . , as if they really matter . . . and there is seldom a student in my office who doesn't acknowledgethe fact that one man on campus speaks his mind and is true to the things that matter and genuinely cares and that is dean helfrich. i believe jesus Christ is not only a person, but a life style . . . and student personnel seems to be the office that most generally handles the breakdowns in human life style on our campus DEDICATIO There are several responsibilities which are a part of being editor of the Nauti- lus. The most difficult of these is the selection of the person to whom the book is to be dedicated. The dedication cannot be made from statistical objectivity -there is no such thing in judging personalities and the contributions one has made to improve the quality of life at Eastern Nazarene College. The 1974 Nautilus is dedicated to a man who is himself, dedicated. This man's first commitment is to God. He demonstrates this commitment by a primary dedi- cation to his family and a secondary dedication to his job. But its more than a job - it's a part of his life. He does more than Mteachgu he shares his life. And those who share it with him are better people because of this experience. We dedicate the 1974 Nautilus to Mr. joe Rapalje. t, , W' va Y ."UK3 1 rg' f :Jta1 I Iigffkli EMERITI HARVEY IUDSON SMITH BLANEY THD., PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF RELIGION KENT OOODANOW A.M., PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF GERMAN IOSEPH GLENN COULD AM., D.D., PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF RELIGION BERTHA MUN RO A.M., DEAN EMERITUS AND PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF ENGLISH MADELINE NOSTRAND NEASE I A.BQ, 'REGISTRAR EMERITUS ROLLAND WEBSTER PARSONS MA., ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF EDUCATION IAM ES HOUSTON SHRADER A PHD., PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF CHEMISTRY ALICE SPANGENBERG A.M., PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF ENGLISH ESTHER D. WILLIAMSON ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF VOICE IQV. 'sv , ""'ug.. CLIFFORD L. ANDERSON, R. l!'H.D., Education ROBERT F. BOLLINGER M.S., EconomicsfBuine-ss Administration 228 FACULTY WILLIAM J.V. BABCOCK A.M., Biology LAMBERT W. BRANDES MUS.M., Music LEROY A. BAKER MS., Physics ROCKWELL BRANK LIT.,D., Art RGBERT D. BRANSGN DONALD P. BRICKLEY ROBERT E. BROWN TH.M., Religion Ph.D., Sociology MS., Music CHARLES CALDWELL WENDELL I. CALEY, IR. LYAL CALHOUN M.ED., Mathematics PH.D., Physics DD., English 229 r if LAMES R. CAMERON RUTH A. CAMERON DOROTHY L. CHITTY H.D., History Ph.D., English MUS.M., Music I NANCY L. DETWILER MARVIN I. DIRKS CAROLYN C. DUNCAN M.ED., Physical Education TH.D., Speech M.ED., Psychology 230 WAYNE E. DUNLOP LOUISE A. DYGOSKI LELAND C. ERNEST A.M., English PH.D., Speech PHD., Biology , J af: V 65 13' - A f iff' aff- .1 N V' ,r . , I . ,' Qf:.dr..f.. BARBARA L. FAULKNER RICHARD A. FISH LOHN U. FREE PH.D., History PH.D., Psychology H.D., Physics 231 I 'UU 4 Qi DANIEL GRESHAM i LOWELL H. HALL ROY E. HOLLIS M.A., English PH.D., Chemistry MED., Education .-- Q 53 ' c 5 GEORGE HORNER MARY HILL HORNER MARYSIO HORNER DR.U.L., Anthropology A.B., French M.ED., ociology 232 ..,..,-xl!-"-'-""f"' in i F' L I . BENJAMIN HURD CLARA R. JEWETT FLOYD I. JOHN M.S., Chemistry M.A., Spanish PH.D., Mathematics ALVIN H. KAUFFMAN ALICE N. KAUFFMAN GLENN D. KEYS PH.D., Philosophy A.B., English M.A., Biology 233 If GREGORY LARKIN ARTHUR LOMBA H.D., Music M.A., French OLIVE B. MARPLE LEROLD MCCLOY IVIUSB., Music H.D., Mat ematics 2311 GWENDOLYN E. MANN M.ED., Education KATHERINE MCCONNELL M.A., Spanish 'ln . ' -, 'ffl' . sv- ' M' : X- 'M I , Af' WILBUR H. MULLEN JASPER R. NAYLOR CHARLES L. OWENS PH.D., Philosophy A.M., Mathematics M.B.A., Economics' Business Administration LV y ,,it.i,.s. CECIL R. PAUL ANDREW F. RANKIN LOSEPH A. RAPALJE PH.D., Psychology A.M., EconomicsfBusiness 1.R.E., Religion Administration P r Ns, X s mu 'X if 'Q-K. in : if x f , X i lti l :IQ E Q J , S? 1 ,- - , W x rf f' kvfvir ' ' A 'z M..-if V 5 2' ' 1 V ' ' P +. A A. , Q..W , DONALD E. REED MARILYN REIMAN JANET SIMONSON PH.D., Education M.MUS., Music A.B., History "J E a LIAMES SMITH 'LAMES A. STARK DOROTHY I. TARRANT .A., Physical Education H.D., Chemistry M.A., German 236 ALBERT L. TRUESDALE B.D., Religion CHARLES E. ZINK M.S.W., Social Work Dr. Young, Dean Helfrich, Faculty, Students, 81 Friends, the most honored Class of 1974, and the most colorful Class of 1975: When one speaks in chapel only by virtue of his position as the senior class advisor, it does not give one a great deal of confidence. It causes fear and anxiety and does not allow one to think very clearly. There'll be no second chances next week. Besides, how do you cram all your frus- trations into one speech. The temptation is to want to solve all the worldls problems in 20 or 30 minutes. I suppose another temptation is to try and please as many as possible and not offend anyone. It reminds me of the story about the 3 monks who lived in a cave. One year elapsed and a white horse galloped by. Another year elapsed and one monk said, "Wasn,t that a pretty white horse. Another year passed by and the 2nd monk said, HThat wasn't a white horse, it was blackn Another year passed and the 3rd monk said, 4' Ilm getting out of here, Iim tried of all this fighting and arguingf' Some people will never be pleased. I donit think itls been my nature to please people. Someone told me in college that no learning takes place without anxiety. Therefore, I have felt it was my duty as a teacher to create just a little frustration. On the other hand, I would like to reduce a great deal of the anxiety that we experience. Most of the frustration, tension, and stress we feel really has no place in our Christian community. Yet, it exists. What causes this sense of despair, of feeling unloved and unwanted? This haunting sense of not being enough? Or the textbook language - 'imeaningless depersonalization PM If Iim reading all the texts correctly, what we are experiencing is loneliness. One psychiatrist said, HChronic loneliness nowadays affects 75 to 90 percent of all Americansf, 1 Eric Fromm said, HThe experience of separateness arouses anxiety, it is, indeed, the source of all anxietyf, Keith Miller who wrote. HA Taste of New Winen says we interpret this tension or restlessness as due to our lack of achievement or our inability to get control of our environmentf, It is to the cause of our loneliness that I want to speak this morning. For awhile Seniors, it may appear that I'm speaking on both sides of you. I have something to say to my generation and then to young people. Please forgive me if I still see you somewhere in between my so- called adult world and what I picture in my mind when I think of young people. Letfs get back to what I think is bugging us. If the social disease of aloneness is alienation or separateness then it stands to reason that the older you are the greater your prolonged case of illness. We who are infected the most will only pass on our sickness to those who follow us. The cure would seem to be simple. A person must develop meaningful relationships to have a sense of belonging to someone or something important. But why is it so hard to achieve? For one thing, it isnft easy in our over stimulated world. A swamp of choices beg for our attention and itfs described as "Future Shocku. Youth,s reaction to all this barrage of noises is probably far more sane than the response of adults. We adults have developed a very sophisticated psychic screening device and we only al low messages to get through that sound like our own approach to life. Youth, however, are less inhibited and they have an openness I admire. I also resent it be- cause it reminds me of the kind of person I use to be and should be now. Well, youth have problems too and they have a right to ask us for solutions. So they keep jab- bing us for answers and I hear your professors at coffee break say, 'Gthink dummies, donlt feelw. And youth replies, uso what if you cram us full of facts, if there are no feelings, what have you got except a computer." ' It is precisely to this point that I want to address a few remarks. The trouble is, young people, if we become feeling creatures again it will be painful. Weill discover how restless and lonely we really are. Not only that, we,ll think it's a reflection on our depth of committment to Christ and it will produce guilt. So what happens when youth confront us with 'ggut issues?H We retreat to our worlds of secu- rity and hide behind some cleaverly disguised mask. Weill hide behind our possessions because they give us some physical comfort and represent our noble work ethic. H Don,t ask those questions, just get to workf, We,ll hide behind our status ladders and expect you to be so awed by our degrees and accom- plishments that you dare not ask any simple questions like, UWho are you. fy, Weyll hide behind our jobs and work compulsively and blame our lack of encounter with peo- ple on the fact "The job must get donen, or, UA person has to make a living, you knowf' The worst mask of all is intellectualization. Intellectual pride, said a Harvard psychiatrist,2 is a defense mechanism of the ego which keeps people from depth encounter, and is one of the hardest for a therapist to treat. I need to be careful at this point that I donft overreact for obvious reasons. One doesnit have to be smart to ply this game. However, the more knowledge and facts one possesses the greater the temptation. Maybe in the community in which we live, wefre X Keith Miller in his most recent book, uThe Becomersv, describes how this healing actually takes place and how we stop our compulsive kingdom building. Mr. Miller states that in order to grow as a Christian that he climbed every spiritual ladder in sight. He says, Hat first I was filled with a sense of newness and joy. But then something hap- pened. I got sick of Christians. Everywhere I went people were so good and so victorious. They talked about their victories and said, Cive Cod the glory, but the way they came across to me was, Look how good I am - with Cod's help, of course. There seemed to be an implication that they had 'arrivedf and were now full grown in Christ. And I was somehow ashamed to be one of them, since we seemed to have an arrogance about our commitment, as if we should have spe- cial recognition or credit for surrendering to Codf, 3 He found a new group of Christians who told him that he had commited his life to Christ to Savior, but the next move was to commit it to him as Lord. He described this new life of "total surrendern of oneis self-will to Cod as a 6'Turning loosen or a Hleap of faith". This always in- volves an element of risk. 'LRelease and leapn, he says. "Release whatfyi you ask. Anything that makes you feel secure, Mr. Miller would say. For instance, what, next to Cod, is my most impor- tant asset or relationship which I,d most hate to face the future without? Mr. Miller likens the experience to the trapeze artist. It is not difficult to hang from a bar, but people have paid thousands of dollars over the centuries to watch that one second of release when the performer lets go and reaches for the next bar. Many of us are on that trapeze bar wanting to let go. We avoid the risk of falling however, and in the process, deny our feelings which says, let go. Instead our feelings surface in some neuro- tic form. Tension builds and we attribute it to a lack of achievement or our inability to control our environment. So the cycle repeats itself- our kingdom building goes on, and more masks are needed each year. We want Cod to help us, but if we let loose, we fear he will absorb us and we will lose our identity or control and then he'll want us to be religious or unnatural. So, instead of dying to the securities that become fortresses behind which I hide. I protect myself from walking unarmed into people,s hearts and lives. Resisting the process of risking. At each point of growth or release I want to stop and build a permanent home. Well, I have some good news and some bad news. The good news first. There are some open, honest people around who are not afraid to take risks. These people are found mostly among the young people of America. You feel and sense a freedom that adults do not have and when you see us with our security masks on you naturally react. You keep hoping we'll take them off and X1 win the world, but we are only surrendering our identity as redeemed children of God. Inward holiness and outward cheapness leaves a credibility gap. You reject being 'iladies and gentlemenw which leads to self righteousness because you donjt want to be untrue to yourself and act like somebody youire not. Youive been taught that if you are a gentleman you will act like one, not realizing that the opposite is also true. If you act like a gentleman you are apt to become one. "Rules of grammar reflect the logic of language and so does good etiquette reflect the logic of true courtesyf, 8 says Dr. Taylor. In rejecting Puritanism which separates emotion from reason and makes oneis body a ma- chine, the contemporary mind says it is immoral not to have full sexual expression. A woman used to feel guilty if she went to bed with a man, now she feels guilty if she refrains. Her com- pletely enlightened partner stands broadmindly by on each date to help her out of her fallen es- tate. It appears that you live only for the pleasure of discharging tension and you make Freud look good with his 'ipleasure principaln theory. You are not just a gob of protoplasm driven by your glands. In rejecting the fine arts which can lead one to an elite form of snobbery, you instead rush feverishly in the opposite direction. The modern mind with its 'ianything goesn presupposes that there are no norms for art, no objective, authoritative standards - no law written into the nature of things. It then allows us to adopt a subjective approach to all forms of entertainment. Taking the law into our own hands, we fill our minds with all forms of trash and sound sewage. The perverted .even looks normal after a few doses. If Christ is truth, He becomes the norm for culture as well as ethics. just as low ethics will prostitute the arts, decadent forms of art will feed low ethics. The artifacts of any society must find either their justification or their condemnation in Him. And so must we all, I might add. In rejecting conservatism which has a tendency to preserve the familiar rather than the faith, you have adopted a liberalism that has no regard for a sense of history. So the truths of the gos- pel that are unchangeable fall under suspicion. You are left only with the answer that satisfies for the moment. But thatis fine, you say, because it allows one to be creative - you think - not realizing that holy living is what restores creativity to its original intent- the glory of God. I havenit been thorough in describing all the sacred customs that youth reject. Iive exaggerated some to make my point. An instant replay looks like this. Adults donit feel with their thinking, and youth donit think with their feelings. i 3 x ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This year has been a year of change for the Nautilus staff as well as for the school as a whole. The most important change was the increase in the number of people participating in the produc- tion ofthe book. Most of these people are pictured on pages four and five, but it would be impossi- ble to give due recognition to every person who contributed to the production of this yearbook. However, there are some individuals who deserve special recognition. The cover design is by jan Smith. The endsheets are copied from a painting by Bruce Moyer tan interpretation of the work is on the following pagel. jan Cox did much of the copywriting in Student Life. Roger Parrott did many of the layouts for that same section. Sarah MacPherson was responsible for students, faculty and organizations. Linda Buss and Doug Clem handled the Advertising. Doug also did an excellent job keeping the books and hanging onto the money. Milleris Studio in Quincy was our professional photographer, although most of the pictures are the work of students. The poor quality of a few pictures is not due to the photographer but to the processor. Bob Murphy of American Yearbook Company has been a constant source of information and assistance. No compilation of acknowledgements would be complete without a special tribute to my fiance, Pam Conklin. At the date of this writing, there are 18 days remaining before our wedding, and her patience and understanding in regards to my time schedule the past few months has been unbelievable. Clair A. Budd Editor-in-chief 24 246 About the Endsheets This painting isnit just a pictureg it is an expression of my inner ut on the canvas. In this painting Iive shown feelings being poured o a portion of my life - one made up of depressions and elations. In the distance it's hazy and cloudy. I don't know whatis in the future, as most of us donit. Life is a matter of following our individual paths without stopping until we get to the mountain. Once we clearly see it, we can begin the climb to the top. Bruce Moyer 'i Senior Class Song Morning is breaking like the first morning, Hushed is the beauty of its new song. Softly with breezes shading the pathway, Sounds of refreshing echo along. Busy the daylight reaching forever, Warm hearts resound with notes ofthe past, Soon comes the clear renewal of freedom, With thoughts unnumbered, welcome at last. Mine is the sunshine, mine is the morning, Mine is the dawning of this new light. Peace is the wonder - promises of Leading, Eager with hope of moments so bright. S Kaarina Ham Sung to the tune of 4'Morning Has Brokenn by Bunessan CCaelic Melody? A ADVISORY BOARD Rev 'I E Shankel .gig "" Ni - . .,-, ,. 4.3. u xg F Rev johnC Evans f flu 4' 'T X Rev Paul D Basham Mr. Ralph Dunlop 418 DISTRICT OFFICERS: Secretary Rev. Roland A. Stanford Treasurer Mr, Sherman C. Irving NWMS President Mrs. Dorothea Brown NYPS President Rev. Donn S. Littlefield Church Schools Chairman Rev. Paul D. Basham Mr. Raymond A. Hunter jr. E.N.C. TRUSTEES Rev. J. E. Shankel Rev. john C. Evans Mr. A. Fletcher Wright Mr. Elery Harris Rev. J. E. Shankel District Superintendent 1040 Riverside Drive Augusta, Maine 04330 DISTRICT OFFICERS Secretary Ross R Crrbhrb Treasurer jasper R Naylor NWMS Presxdent Mrs AlbertD Strefel NYPS Rev Donald Overby Church Schools Chairman Mr Wlllldm Dyment ADVISORY BOARD Rev. A. Ardrey Rev. D. R. Hardy Mr. E. Boyd Gardner Dr. Donald L. Young Rev Donald Irwin Dnstrict Superintendent 180 Adams St. Qumcy, Mass. 02169 E N C TRUSTEES Rev Donald Irwm Rev Alexander Ardrey Alexander P Cubre Wllllam A Dyment CGNGRATULATIGNS AND GOD S BLESSINGS Class of 1974 FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 529 Eastern Avenue Malden Mass Q5 mrnutes from routes 495 and 93? Robert Lewls Mlnrster ofMus1c George Small jr Mmrster of Outreach XR F lrst Church of the Nazarene Melrose Mass Cor of Short 81 Green Sts Tel 662 9678 Cchurchb 660 Ono fhomeb Wag Q ESL is w-45 f Dean R Hardy Pastor '13 Each Lord s Day we gather at 10 OO rn the mornmg and 6 00 o clock rn the evenrng If ever you pass by at The Church Wrth A Warm Hand And Heart ENC Students Charlene Cove Becky Kltchen Charlene Glertzmann Debble Krtchen Crndy Hathaway Dlane Mlddleton George Small jr these hours please stop and worshxp wrth us 3 ie- Harold A Parry, Pastor I W Blftii Jil Tl gm I FIRST CHURCH OF THE HAZAREHE 764 Hathaway Road New Bedford Massachusetts C Leonard Newhert Pastor Gordon Forward Youth Mmrster "Where cs warm welcome awaits you." I I , . 9 ' h . .- ,,-,.. A - Ll '- I 1' .-szf - ' if .1 g'fi'f':?'f P' A ' - .lf 'f '. ' ' , ' , J Q3 I ,etrlifu QQ- fi - 1 ,-L rr, V A. 51 " ' x '19 ' 1 ' SY , - ,L 31,-V F ef , ff' 722, tai? :af , f ro-f :fee : U 55513 4. 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Acker, jean 27 Hayes Lane, Lexington, Ma. 021753 Adams, Daniel 9 Forest St., Whitinsville, Ma. 01588 Adams, David 355 Belmont St. Apt. 2, Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Adams, Earl 194 Federal Ave., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Adams, Paul Providence St, RFD 1, Uxbridge, Ma. 01569 Adams, Peggy 7429 Hardy, Raytown, Mo. 64133 Ahlquist, Ronald 140 Beach Ridge Rd., Scarborough, Me. 04074 Akeley, Corey 7 Conewango St., Russel, Pa. 162345 Albergo, Lucia Rt. 8 Box 319 H, Edgewater, Md. 210237 Allen, Bette 54 Shawmut Ave., New Bedford, Ma. 02740 Allen, Lynne 47 Williams Rd., Sharon, Ma. 02067 Allen, Wayne RD 1 Taft St., Danielson, Ct. 06239 Alley, Charles 15 Michigan Rd., Tewksbury, Ma. 01876 Alley, john 45 Cedar Park, Melrose, Ma, 02176 Alloway, 1. jeffersonville, Vt. 05464 Allshouse, William RD 2, Kennett Sq., Pa, 19348 Almquist, Karen 58 Mt. Vernon Rd, W., E. Weymouth, Ma. 02189 Alverson, Anne 38 Pierrepont Ave., Potsdam, N.Y, 13676 Amon, Donald 95 Sumner St., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Anderson, Boyd RFD 8 Box 268, Lakeville, Ma. 02346 Anderson, Christine 96 Havilend St., Quincy, Ma. 02170 Anderson lr., Bryant 286 Taunton St., Lakeville, Ma. 02346 Andre, Sue 21 E. 5th St., Oil City, Pa.16:301 Andrews, james 371 Newport Ave., Wollaston, Ma. 32170 Andrews, julia Rt. 1 Shad Point, Salisbury, Md. 21801 Andrews, Roy 29 Country Club Rd., Royersford, Pa. 19468 Andrews, Shirley 29 Country Club Rd,, Royersford, Pa. 19468 Annis, Debbie 16 Long View Rd., Yarmouth, Ma. 02675 Annis, Lynne 16 Long View, Yarmouth, Ma. 02675 Anstine, Sharon 2590 Sunset Lane, York, Pa. 17404 T DIRECTQRY Anthony, Kathrine Beck. Genevieve 7-104 C Street, Seatpleasant, Md. 20027 53825 Tally' Ho Lane, Madison, YVi 5:3705 Antonakos, Pauline Beckelman, Debra 65 Hillside, Quincy, Ma. 02170 Ashland Ay e PQ Box 9, Yarmouth, Me Archambault, Mark 04096 32 Briggs, Quincy, Ma. 02171 Beilharz. Larree Arey jr., Donald 411 S Washington St , Mnncy, Pa 17756 501 Power Rd., Pawtucket, R. l. 04268 Belcher. Kathi Arnold, Bruce 3008 Courtland Rd NW, Roanoke, Y a Route 1 Box 629, larrettsville, Md. 21084 24012 Arsenault, Glenn Bell, Stephen 9 Regina Rd., Weymouth, Ma 02188 14 lilibett Ave., Wollaston, Ma 02170 Ashley, Brenda Bennett, Ronald 1 Washington Ave., Severn, Md 21144 281 Battles Farm Dr, Brockton, Ala 02401 Assefa, Alamrew Berardinelli, Maryann Dangila, Gojam, Ethiopia 2f3r380C1i11ortl Dr,NOlmsted,011.44070 Austin, Dale Berlinguet, jean 584 Sawyer St., S. Portland, Me. 04106 44 Brook SI . V1'ollaston, Xia 02170 Austin, Gregory Berry, Carmen 994 Schenck Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11207 173912.Cliar1inda,V1' Covina, Ca 91791 Avila, Enildo Berry, Cynthia 82 Ellinwood Dr., Rochester, N.Y. 14622 RFD 2, Strong, Me. 049853 Badoud, Suzanne Beverage, Barry RD 8 Myers Corners, YNappingers, N.Y. 84 Faxon Rd., N. Quincy, Ma 02171 12590 Billingslea. Deborah Bailey, Phyllis 242 State St . Portland, Me. 04101 . 4701 Sellman Rd., Beltsville, Md. Bilunka, Linda 20705 Rd. 1 YVansack Rd , VV. Middlesex, Pa. Bailey, Randy 16159 5108 N. Houghton, Portland, Or. 972-'30 Bilunka, Paul Bailey, Robert 1095 March St., Sharon, Pa. 16146 16 Ovington Ave., Edison, N 1. 08817 Binan, Jacqueline Bailey, William Box 223, Parishville, NY 123672 50 Farrington Rd., Croton Hudson, N.Y. Binkley, Dale 10520 24 Front Street, Mohnton, Pa. 19540 Baillie, Jacqueline Bitters, Cynthia 258 So. Main St., VV. Bridgewater, Ma. 62 Teakettle Lane, Duxbury, fX1a.02832 02379 Blank, Debra Bakaysa, Bruce Rte. 10 Box 232 Kemp, Fredrick, Md 21701 502 99th St., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 145304 Blank. Gerald Baker,jack Rt, 10 Boy 2532, Frederick, sid 21701 205 Dartmouth St., Warren, Pa. 16365 Blazon, Kathleen Baker,-Iohn S31 Dundee St , Lowell, Ma 01850 92 Crescent St., W. Bridgewater, Ma. 02379 Bohall, David Baker, Kenton DET 5 1141 ST SAS, APO New York, N.Y. 168 Marlboro St., Quincy, Ma. 02170 09224 Balentine, Nancy Bohall, Gerald Highgate, Vt. 05-159 DET 5 CMR Box 2029, APO N.Y., N.Y. Ball, David 0922-1 1261 Belmont Ave.. West Chester, Pa Bohrer, Catherine 19880 24 Forestview Rd , Vlallingford, Pa. 19086 Banfield, Stephen Booth, Lesley 533 Swede St., Norristown. Pa. 19404 227 Gannett Rd., Scituate, Ma 02060 Banka, Michael Bowen, joseph 24 Catherine St., Norwalk, Ct. 06851 8 Guyer Rd., Maynard, Ma. 01754 Barr, john Bowen, Kenneth 58 Gardiner Rd., Quincy, Ma. 02169 9218 Orbitan Rd., Baltimore, N1c1.2l2r34 Barra, Robert Bowland. Yvonne 15 Roselin Ave., Quincy, Ma. 02169 611 Lydia St., Carnegie, Pa. 15106 Baun, Debra Bown, Patricia Rd. 3 Box 98, Coraopolis, Pa. 15108 Candy' S. Beach Rd., Neyy port, N1 085345 Bayne, Helen Boyd, Richard 31 Fairview St., Hingham, Ma. 02043 209 Milton St , Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Beakey, David Braswell, Bruce 764 S. Artery, Quincy, Ma. 02169 Lawrence Ave., Mohegan Lake, NY. 10547 Beals, Claudia Braswell, Carolyn 789 E. Ashland St., Brockton, Ma. 02402 RR 1 Lawrence Ave., Mohegan Lake, N.Y. Bean, Gary 10547 728 Pikeland Ave., Spring City, Pa. 19475 Brennan, Gary Beaudry, Ruth Ann 253 Winslow Gray' Rd., W. Yarmouth, Xia 90 Scotch Pond Place, Quincy, Ma. 02169 02673 281 Brickley. Donna 144 Shore Ave.. Quincy. Ma. 02169 Briggs. j. Howard 19 Prather Ave , jamestown, N.Y. 14701 Brooks. Keith 7 Forest St.. Pittsfield, Me. 04967 Brown, Deborah 735 S. Queen St., York, Pa. 17403 Brown, G. Lorraine 11 Bartlett St., N. Weymouth, Ma. 02191 Brown, john 735 S. Queen St., York, Pa. 17-103 Brown, Karen 868 Saco St. RFD 1, Westbrook, Me. 04092 Brown, Ronald 15 Broad Oak Way, Hanover, Ma. 02339 Brown, Stephen 44 Franklin Street, Whitman, Ma, 02382 Bubar, Mark Box 91. China, Me. 04926 Budd, Clair 2-30 31st St., Fair Lawn, N.j. Burch, Nancy 6460 Overlook Dr., Alexandria, Va. 22312 Burdick, Michael RD. 1 Messenger Rd., Girard, Pa. 16417 Burkey, Cheryl 2604 Suffolk St., Hopewell, Va. 23860 Burris, Duane 6169 Hoover Ave., Dayton, Oh. 45427 Buss, Linda MR 40, Easton, Pa. 18042 Byron, Carole RFD 4, Houlton, Me. 04730 Calcaterra, Daniel 24225 Greenbrier, E. Detroit, Mi. 48021 Cale, Bruce Craigsville, Va, 24430 Caley, Nina 17 Canton Rd., Quincy, Ma, 02171 Caley, Roy 17 Canton Rd., N. Quincy, Ma. 02171 Caley, Susan 17 Canton Rd., Quincy, Ma. 02170 Calhoun, Gary 34 Aberdeen Rd., Quincy, Ma. 02171 Calitri, joseph 17 Central Square, Bridgewater, Ma. 02379 Callihan, Danny 13 Victory, Quincy, Ma. 02169 Cameron, james 64 Davis St., Quincy, Ma, 02170 Campbell, Lois Rt. 5 Box 288, Georgetown, De. 19947 Campbell, Roberta 76 West 7th St. Apt. 364, South Boston, Ma. 02127 Cannata, Cheryl 51 Princess Eve Dr., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Cannata, Rose 51 Princess Eve Dr., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Carlton, Nancy 5400 Thayer Dr., Raleigh, N.C. 27612 Carmichael, Catherine 20 Greenwood St., Waterville. Me. 04901 Carnahan, Elden 2509 jonathan Rd., Ellicott City, Md. 21043 Carnahan, Stephen 2509 jonathan Rd., Ellicott City, Md. 21043 Carpenter, Linda 92 Harrisburg Run, Bradford, Pa. 16701 Carpenter, Matthew 46 Maple St.. Winchendon, Ma. 01475 Carpenter, Valerie 7 Hogan St., Houlton, Me. 04730 Carr, Timothy 15 jefferson Rd., Holbrook, Ma. Carter, james RD 2 Box 239, Dover, Pa. 17315 Casey, William 35 Canacum Rd., N. Weymouth, Ma, 02191 282 Cashman, Linda 24 Salem St., Rockland, Ma. 02370 Catherwood, james 1990 Columbus Ave., Roxbury, Ma, 02119 Centola, Stephen 30 Nelson Rd., S. Weymouth, Ma. 02190 Chambellan, Nancy Fisher Ave., Washington, N.j. 07882 Chambers, Susan 115 Wheaton Ave., Fishkill, N.Y. 12524 Chambers, Valerie 1489 Siver Rd., Schenectady, N.Y. 12303 Chandler, Rebecca 5 Stardust Dr., Granby, Ct. 06035 Chappell, Donna 737 Winchester Rd., Bromall, Pa. 19008 Chappell, Harold 737 Winchester Rd., Bromall, Pa. 19008 Charles, Connie Rae Box 1219 78 Lantern, Duxbury, Ma. 02332 Chatfield, Beverly 53 Birch St., Braintree, Ma, 02184 Chatfield, Robert 53 Birch St., Braintree, Ma. 02185 Checchi, Susan 245 E. 63rd St., New York, N.Y. Chew, Donald 116 3rd Ave., W, Cape May, N.j. 08204 Christensen, Michael 1630 N. Hill, Pasadena, Ca. Christensen, Yvonne 23 Faxon Rd., Quincy, Ma. 02171 Clark, jacqueline 6 Palmer Rd., Foxborough, Ma. 02035 Clasby, Irene 235 Pleasant St., Milton, Ma. Clem, Douglas 13305 E. 41 Terr., Independence, Mo 64055 Clements, Oral 84 Gatehouse Trail, Henrietta, N.Y. 14467 Cnossen, Michael Quaker Highway, Uxbridge, Ma. 01569 Cochran, Bruce Hickory Corner Farm, Bluemont, Va 22012 Cochrane, Kevin 21 Winslow Rd., N. Quincy, Ma. 02171 Codispoti, Daniel 2 Pearl Ave., Pomptonplain, N.j. 07444 Cole, Donovan 127 Sundowncresking 10, jamaica, Wi. Cole, Ronald 133 Lexington, Watertown, Ma. Coleman, james Box 47, Burton, Oh. 4-1021 Coleman, john 13752 W. Center St., Burton, Oh, 44021 Collier, Suzanne 2470 Seneca Dr., York, Pa. 17404 Collins, Deborah 8 Collins Lane, S. Windsor, Ct. 06074 Collins, Larry 174 Park Blvd., Painesville, Oh. 44077 Compton, Barry 1816 Bensen Lane, Forestville, Md. 20028 Comrie, Evangeline RFD 2, Ledyard, Ct. 06339 Conklin, Pamela 2-30 31st St., Fair Lawn, N.j. Conklin, Robert 285 W. 16th St., Elmira Hts., N.Y. 14903 Conklin, Ronald 285 W. 16th St., Elmira Hts., N.Y. 14903 Connor, Idamae 432 Crescent St., Brockton, Ma. 02402 Constantine, Donald 36 Ridgeway St., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Constantine, Kenneth Lakeview Rd., Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 12603 Constantine, Sharon 129 Beach St., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Cooke, Robert 21 South St., Braintree, Ma. 02185 Cornell, Robert 746 S. Fairfield Ave., Elmhurst, Il. 60126 Corrente, Liz 16 Sewall St., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Corrente, Terry 16 Sewell St., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Couglin, joan 73 Winter St., Hingham, Ma. 02043 Coulter, Linda 770 Taintor St., Suffield, Ct. 06078 Cousins, Douglas 4808 Lolly Dr., Monroeville, Pa. 15146 Cousins, Ellen 158 Rocklyn Ave., Lynbrook, N.Y. 11563 Cove, Charlene 41 Staples Ave., Everett, Ma. 02149 Cox, janet Knox Ave. Bx. 195 RR 1, Cockeysville, Md 21030 Cox, Martha 136 N. 2nd St., Lehighton, Pa. 182.35 Cox, Michael 1313 Mitson Blvd., Flint, Mi. 48504 Craig III, Raymond Dorothy Lane, Wappinger Fl., N.Y. 12590 Cramer, David 9457 SO. 29 Mile Rd., Cadillac, Mi. 04736 Cranford, Cheryl 1 7429 Keiffer St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19128 Crawford, Glen 41 Vinton St., Melrose, Ma. 02176 Crawley jr., Philip 4 Riverview Rd., Hingham, Ma. 02043 Cresswell, judy RD 4, Mercer, Pa. 16137 Creswell, Julia 409 7th Ave. NE, Glen Burnie, Md. 21061 Crimmins, Michael 77 West St., Randolph, Ma. 02368 Crowther, jacqueline 716 Walter Mill, Forest Hill, Md. 21050 Cruickshanks, Helen 57 Cedar Terrace, Milton, Ma. 02186 Cunningham, Floyd 221 Hutton St., Gaithersburg, Md. 20760 Cunningham, john 704 Cleveland St., Decatur, ln. 46733 Cunsolo, Eva Marie 132 Poplar St., W, Hempstead, N.Y. 11552 Cushing, Dennis 107 Trinidad Ave., Hershey, Pa. 17033 Dalton, john 204 Stephen St., No. Bellmore, N.Y. 11710 Daly, Margaret 50 N. Bayfield Rd., Quincy. Ma. 02171 Darling, Susan RFD 2 Box 250, Brunswick, Me. 04011 Darrow, Eileen 2 Sea Ave., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Darsch, David 9 Fred Terrace, Dover, N.j. 07801 Darsch, Susan 9 Fred Terrace, Dover, N.j. 07801 Davidson, jeffery 119 Elm Ave., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Davis, Barbara Owens St. PO Box 73, Bingham, Me. 04920 Davis, Dana 90 Linton St., S. Portland, Me. 04106 Davis, Deborah Box 73 Owen St., Bingham, Me. 04920 Davis, Donn Box 672, Bingham, Me. 04920 Davis, Garth Donato Alvarez 884, Buenos Aires Davis, Steven 99 Woodland Dr., Hampden, Ma. 01036 Day, Paul 191 Newbury Ave., N. Quincy, Ma. 02171 De Roberts, joseph 470 First St., Newburgh, N.Y. De Rosa, Dennis 149 Royce Ct. Box 354, Yorktown Hgt, N.Y, 10598 Dean, Lois 210 Hillcrest Ave., Baltimore, Md. 21200 Decastro Bett ' v 1 2348 E. Main St., Portsmouth, R.1. 02871 Dello Russo, Donna 37 West St., Foxborough, Ma. 02035 Dembrowski, Carl 367 E. Palm St.. Demelis, Linda 68 Creston Ave., Denstad, Karin 79 Donald St, 02188 Derbyshire, Brenda 128 Painter Rd., Derbyshire, Susan 128 Painter Rd. Dezotell, Diana 160 W, Main St., Dezotell, Steven 160 W. Main St. Dill jr., jackson Altadena, Ca. 91001 Dedham, Ma. 02026 Apt. 21, Weymouth, Ma Media, Pa. 19063 Media, Pa. 19063 Newport, Vt. 05855 , Newport, Vt, 05855 771 Henderson Rd., Bel Air, Md. 2101-1 Dillingham, Charles AM, Fairhaven, Ma. 02719 Dinger, Rhonda Middle St., Brookville, Pa. 15825 Disante, Edward 1309 W, Oak St., Norristown, Pa. 19401 Ditocco, Paul 173 Puritan Drive, Quincy, Ma. 02169 Doane, Rosemarie RD 8, Muncy, Pa, 17756 Dohanian, Stephanie 36 Bolton St., Marlborough, Ma. 01752 Doody, Dina Route 3, Caribou, Me, 0-1736 Doran, Peggy 23 Murray St., Oswego, N.Y. 13126 Dosenberg, Carl 45 Seminole Ave., Weymouth, Ma. 02188 Douglas, David 95 Quincy Stf, Quincy, Ma. 02169 Doxey, Deborah 2017 Lisbon Road, Chesapeake, Va. 23321 Doyle, Edmond 1105 Washington St., Weymouth, Ma 02188 Drinkard, Sherrie 5817 Westone Rd., Mechanicsvi11e,Va. 23111 Du Bois, Karen 120-11 Greenwalk, Creve Coaur, Mo. 63141 Ducharme, Steven 1719 Commercial St., Weymouth, Ma 02189 Dunham, Ernest 5 Bradley St., Dixfield, Me.0-1224 Dunlevy, Kathryn 14103 Parkland Drive, Rockville, Md 20853 Dunlop, Susan RFD 4, Skowhegan, Me. 04976 Dunn, Myron 1002 N. Vail St., Alexandria, Va. 22304 Durfee, Carole 460 Pinnacle Rd., Rochester, N,Y. 14623 Earlston, Ray 531 Iron St,, Bloomsbarg, Pa. 17815 Eaton, Christine 1742 Louis Quisset Pi., Lincoln, R.I, 02865 Edwards, Barbara 11 Donwood Ter., Mattapan, Ma. 02126 Elam, Pamela RD 8 Box 123C, Frederick, Md. 21701 Emery, Mark Box 1045, Bangor, Me. 0-1401 Emery, Patti Box C Durward Emery, Pownal, Me. Emigh, Joyce Fritjofson, Brynne 199 3 Degree Rd., Butler, Pa. 16001 17 W'hitman Aye., Port jeff St., N.Y. 11776 England, Deborah Fuhrman, Connie 707 Windy Rd., Chesapeake, Va 23325 740 Nlain St., Royersford, Pa 19468 Espada, Abel Fuller, Jacqueline MS20 Colton Rd., Edison, N,j, 08817 116 Stockton Pl., Syracuse, N.Y. 13219 Espada, Agar Fuller, Kenneth 20 Colton Rd., Edison, N.j. 08817 Lonsdale Road. Chittenango, NY. 13037 Estev, Sandra Gabel. Francine 369 Newport Aye., NNlOllLlS1011, N1a. 02170 129 Lake Dr., Doyyningtown, Pa, 19335 Evans, john Gagnon, Donna RD 2 Box 226, Oxford, Pa. 19363 1693 Amberlea Dr. N , Donedin, F1 33528 Evans, Pamela Galbraith, David C O Roland, N1rs.,Childwold, NY. 12922 27 Pontiac Rd., Pittsburg, Pa 15241 Evans, Paul Gamage, Richard 2610 German St, Erie, Pa. 16504 Star Rte. 32 Box 104, Oxy ls Head, Nle Facemire, Katherine 04854 165 Green Manor Dr., 130111-r, Pa. 16001 Clmfeft- Ca'01Yf1 Fallon, Daniel Box 99, E. Wareham, Nla 02571 110 Marshall Ave., Collingdale, Pa 19023 Gardner' Debffrah A' V H v - Fasserq Paula RD 1 Leslie Rd., N LllC11C1L1, Pa. 16009 2309 Concert Ct., Vienna, Va. 22180 Gardner' Deborah D' U I 326 V1 Holmes Rd, Lansing, N11 48910 Felllcglenn , , , . Gardner, Elizabeth ID Brentwood St.,Spr1ngf1e1d, N1a.01l08 17 Loeffler Rd!! Bloomfield' Ct 06002 Fenn' Tmel Gardner William 23 Elm 51" W"lll'510"' Mi" 02170 RD1 L1-5116 Rd., yqrlt-ia-1.1, Pa 16059 Ferreira, Laura Garland. Frank 87 Ballard St., Tewksbury, Nia. 01876 Durham Rd , Freeport, Nle. 0-1032 Ferris, Mary Germain, Geraldine 51 East St., Hingham, Ma, 02043 240 Franklin St., Cambridge, Ma 02139 Fetterman, Mary Getchell, Elizabeth 512 E. Sample St., Ebensburg, Pa. 15931 Cedar St, Randolph. lN1ll,02368 Finnieq Ann Gilbert,joann 56 Common sr.,sQ1a1,1a-, Ma. 02066 BOX 112- Wilton- We 04394 Finnie, Gail Gifting Haffy 32 Blossom Dru' Wfarmnq Oh. 44485 115 Washington St., Beaver, Pa. 15009 Fioritoq Terris Girton, Maribeth U 336 Spring St.. Ossiningu NAYA 10562 RD 1 Box 113, Chenango Fks., NX, 13746 Fisher, Carla Glass, Jeffrey , , , 7 M2 Laganu Ave' Plamwmev Cn' 06479 .195 Pond St., St. V1 eymouth, Ma. 02190 Fisk, James Gleitsrnann, Charlene 'JA Seery St., Malden, Ma. 02148 ' 2 d., ' Ltlv, Oh. 5190lSXvon Belden R Ayon 1 e G0hl'R0bert 176 Academy Aye , Weymouth, Ma 02188 Gomes, jose 225 Acushnet Aye., New Bedford, Nla 02740 Gomez, Edward 371nchcape Rd., Bay Shore, N.Y, 11706 Goodwin, Elaine 92 Wenham St., Danyers, Ma 01923 Goodworth, Douglas 502 Market St., Scottdale, Pa, 15683 Gopaul, Lynette Trinidad, Arima Gordon. Geren 1534 Farr Rd., Wyomisoing, Pa. Graceffa, John 786 East Squantum, Quincy. Ma. 02171 Graff, Ir., Charles 24 O St , South Boston, Ma. 02127 Grant, Marlene 5 Clarkson Dr,, Walpole, Ma. 02081 Grant. Richard 107 N. River Dr., Pennsyille, N,j. 08070 Fleming, Kathleen 16 Howitt Rd., W. Roxbury, Ma. 02132 Foley, james Patann Cottage, St. Davids ls., Bermuda Forde, Esther 59 Wilcock St., Dorchester, Ma. 02124 Forney, Gwen Hidden Valley Rd, Perry Hall, Md. 21236 Forward, Gordon 19 Nutter Rd., N. Reading, Ma. 01864 Fosbrink, Victoria Box 651, Mars, Pa, 16046 Founds, Dawn 6 Woodrow Ave., Wilmington, De. 19810 Fox, Denise RD 1, Liverpool, Pa. 17045 Fox, Timothy 170 Stockbridge Rd., Lenox, Ma. 01240 Franco, Katherine 18 Birch Rd, Framington, M a. 01701 Franco, Paul 59 Holmes St. Apt. 3, No, Quincy, Ma. Gratta, Paul 02171 32 Richards Rd., Hull, Ma. 020-15 Fraumann, Mark Greene, Ramon 5 Centennial St., Foxhorough, Ma. 02035 120 E. Wendell St., Endicott. N.Y. 13760 Fredenburgh, Lynn Gresham, janet Onchiota, N.Y. 12968 Gresham, Paul Frederick, Stafford 10074 Portsmouth, Manassas, Va. 22110 San Foo Trinidad, W. Indies Griffin, Iacquelyn Freed, Sharyn Waterville, Vt. 05492 1021 Church Rd., Hatfield, Pa. 19440 Grindrod, Robert Freer, Davida 70 Hodges Ave., No. Quincy, Ma 02170 2101 Warfel Ave., Erie, Pa. 16503 Griswold, Keith Freese,I0 Ellen 241 Sheppler St., Rochester, N.Y. 14612 6113 Summerhill Rd., Camp Springs, Md Grosse, Rodney 20031 2-1313 Ridge Rd., Damascus, Md. 20750 Frens, james Guill, Paul 3317 Patio Dr., Erie, Pa. 16506 9 Taft Ave., Lynbrook, N.Y. 11563 283 Gunsalus. Diane 422 Lincoln Ave , Ogdensburg, NY. 13669 Gunsalus, Thomas 422 Lincoln Ave., Ogdensburg, N.Y. 13669 Guthrie, Mary 8141 Mid Hiven Rd , Baltimore, iyld. 21222 Haffley. Carl RD 2, Hoyvard, Pa. 16841 Haight. Georgia 124 Prospect St , Canton, Ma. 02021 Hall, Grace 38 Hemlock DI' , VVestyv0Od, Ma 02090 Hall. Margaret 279 Main St., Cold Spring, NY. 10516 Ham, Kaarina 21 Maple Ave , Sashburnham, Ma. 01466 Hamby. Diana Port Rd. RD 4, Binghamton, NY. 123901 Hannaford, Gaye 135 Wermuth Rd , S. Portland, Me. 04106 Hannigan, Susan Rt. 1, Crandall, Ga. 30711 Hansen, Wayne 124 Churchill St., Milton, Ma, 02770 Hardin, Carole 262 Purchase St, S. Easton, Ma. 02375 Hardin, William 262 Purchase St., S. Easton, Ma. 025375 Harrison, David 526 West St., Braintree, Ma. 02184 Hartshorn, Thomas 26 Revere St., Holbrook, Ma. 02343 Harvey, Thomas 23 East Elm Ave,, Quincy, Ma. 02170 Haselton, Daniel Haselton Rd., Wilmington, N.Y. 12997 Haskell, Beth 898 Pennsylvania Ave., Binghamton, N.Y 1:3903 Haskell, Scott RD 2 Box 193, Binghamton, N.Y. 13903 Hassinger, Christine 2668 Broad St., Bethel Park, Pa 15102 Hastings, Deborah Rt 6 Box 522, Salisbury, Md. 21801 Hathaway. Cynthia 218 Russell St., Everett, Ma. 02149 Hathaway, Joy 212 Robert Treat Pkw., Milford, Ct. 06460 Hawk, Timothy 226 Pitney Rd., Lancaster, Pa. 17601 Haylett, Barbara RD 1 Crissyvell Rd, Franklin, Pa. 16323 Hayward, Maveret Star Route Box 77, Oriskany' Fls, NY 13425 Heavner. Joann Route 2 Box 173, Keyser, WN. 26726 Hebshie, Robert 458 N. Main St., Brockton, Ma. 02401 Heckman, Dawn 801 Muldowney' Ave, W, Mifflin, Pa 15122 Heckman, Linda 801 fvluldowney Ave, W. Mifflin, Pa 15122 Heckman, Linda RD 1 Guffey Rd., Irwin, Pa. 15642 Heckman. Philip RD 1 Giiffey Rd., Iryy in, Pa. 15642 Hedberg, Joyce 98 Franklin Ave., Vllollaston, Ma. 02170 Hedberg, Kathleen 98 Franklin Ave , Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Hedman, Eben 247 River St , Braintree. Ma 02184 Helfrich, Alice 12353 Qllincy Shore Dr , Quincy, Ma. Helfrich, Gary 21 flheriton Rd , VVollaston, Ma. 02170 Henley, Brenda Rt 2 Box 173. llollyyvood, N111 20636 2811 John, Alummoottil 675 Lincoln Ave., 2N, Brooklyn, N.Y. Henry, Howard 11208 John, Floyd 66 Greenleaf Rd., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Johns, Cheryl 86 Avis St, Rochester, N.Y. 14615 Johnson, Edward 844 Strawberry Hill, Norwalk, Ct. 06851 Johnson, Edwin 24 Baldwin St., Salem, N.H. 03079 Johnson, Ernest 75 E. Elm, Quincy, Ma. 02170 Johnson, Richard 112 Wilson Street, Norwood, Ma. 02062 Johnson, Roy 9 Bengal Rd., S. Weymouth, Ma. 02190 Johnson, Sharon 41 Atherton St, Ayer, Ma. 01432 Johnson, Shirley 70 N Hanford Ave, Jamestown, N.Y Hennen, Wayne 156 N. Main St., Albion, Pa, 16401 916 Martin Ave., Portsmouth, Va. 23701 Hepler, Charlotte 15315 N. 12th St., Reading, Pa. 19604 Hersey, Cheryl Box 257 Rt. 2, Brandywine, Md. 206153 Hersey, Clifford 1 Box 2577Rt. 2, Bfandywine, Md. 20613 Hespell, David Elroy Rd. RD 1, Souderton, Pa, 18964 Hildebrand, Rebecca RD 2 Box 327, Philipsburg, Pa. 16866 Hilkert, John RD 1 Box 41, Hackettstown, Nj. 07640 Hill, Cynthia 599 Summer St., Abington, Ma. 02351 Hinckley, Eben 63 Locus St., Hyannis, Ma. 02601 Hinman, James RFD 1, Phoenix, N.Y, 13135 14701 Jones. Alan 110 Sky' Lane, Titusville, F132780 Jones, Gregory 1628 Lilac Lane, Venice, F133595 Jones, Helen 7 Ha11etSt., Dorchester, Ma. 02122 Jones, Nancy 27 Oakland Pk., Pleasant Rdg., Mi. 48069 Jones, Stanley Pillsbury Rd., Londonderry, N.H. 03053 Jordan, Marsha 198 Old Town Way, Hanover, Ma. 02339 Jordan, Robert 1234 Greenwood St., Wakefield, Ma. 01880 Joseph, Martha Hoche, Jerold 249 Beach Ave., Hull, Ma. 02045 Hock, Richard 1-12 Ridge St., B1oomshurg,Pa. 17815 Hollis, Dorothy 39 Greenleaf St., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Holloway, Warren 445 Lincoln Way, Lisbon, on. 44432 Hoopengardner, Sarah Rt. 1 Box 53, Hollywood, Md. 20636 Hoot, Gale PQ Box 4238, Morgantown, W,V. 26505 Horton, Christy 806 Johnson St., Salisbury, Md. 21801 Houston, Allen 200 North Clinton St., Poughkeepsie, NY. Jury,Joan 12601 RD 2 Box 685, Leechburg, Pa. 15656 Houston, M3111 1 1 V Kahler, Timothy 200 N. Clinton St., Poughkeepsie, N.Y 209 Rathton Rd, York, Pa. 17403 12601 Kalish, Kathleen Howard- Harry 314 Richfield Blvd., Matty'da1e,N.Y. 13211 1 Box Kgylgf, Kathleen Howard. Sharon 60 Story Ave., Beverly, Ma. 01915 PO Box 111 Chestnuth, E. Killingly, Ct. Kay10nM1cnae1 Hucgeiizhy 60 Story' Ave., Beverly, Ma. 01915 110 Main s1..N. Warren, Po. 16365 KaY1o1- Vickie Huff, Anna 209 Washington Ave., Chestertown, Md. Cambell Shore Rd., Gray, Me. 04039 K k21li12?h ec , u Hugl2025BH211ffli1:on Blvd., Boise, ld. 83072 RD J' Box 91- Grove C1113 1711- 16127 Hngnesx Kathleen Kegler. Jeanette 229 Arlington si., Wollaston, 111.02170 I 125116106 St- R0Ckvi11f2Ct- 06066 Hughes, Timothy KG1111' Lmda w - - -- 15 DOnn1d Pl., El RnC1n1way'N1y1 11518 201 Washington St., Spring City, Pa. 19415 Hunsberger, Shirley Ke1111' Beverly 5Q11Center Dfw Camp Sp1.1ng51MdI20031 21 Highland Ave., Hackettstown, NJ. Hunter, Gilbert 071140 151 Taylor St., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Kelley, William Hurd, Mark RFD 2, Baird Ctr., Buzzard Bay, M a. 02532 911 Wilbraham Rd.,Springfie1d, Ma. 01109 Kelvington, Lois Ingland, Catherine 2738 Glen Mawr Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 301 Springdale St., Salem, Oh. 44460 15204 Irwin, Donald Kent, David 180 Adams St., Quincy, Ma. 02169 14 Mclelland St., Halifax, Ma. 023538 Jack, Robert Kent, Karla 28 Taber St., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Box 353, Peru, N.Y. 12972 Jackman, Debra Kern, Brian 174 Main St., Atkinson, N.H. 03811 50 S. White St., Brookville, Pa, 15825 Jackson, Beverly Kessler, Marcia 1 Nazarene Ave., Brockton, Ma. 02401 RD 1 Box 185. Lexington Pk.. Md. 20553 Jackson, Irene Keys, Brenda 994 Ardmore Rd., Baldwin, N.Y, 11510 122 Willow Street, Wollaston, Ma, 02170 Jackson, Ronald Kichline, Kathleen 1 Nazarene Ave., Brockton, Ma. 02401 917 Church St., ROy'6rSfOfC1, Pa. 19468 Jayne, Karen Kidder, Dwight RR 1, Bellvi11e,Oh. 44813 Rt. 2, Copenhagen, N.Y. 13626 Jenkins, Lynda Kidder, Rebecca 116 Glenwood Ave, Syracuse, N.Y, 13207 Route 2, Copenhagen, N.Y. 13626 Johansen, Larry Kierstead, Bethany RFD1 BOX 121, Bath, lV1e.04580 Rt. 102, Hudson, N.H. 03051 Kinder, Betty 201 Greenbriar Dr., Scott Depot, W.V 25560 Kinder, Donald 275 West Forest Ave., Pawtucket, R.l. 02860 King, Dorothy 121 Elm Ave., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Kish, Marjorie 227 Eastern Ave., Lynn, Ma. 01902 Kitchen, Deborah 31 Calhoun Ave., Everett, Ma. 02149 Kitchen, Rebecca 31 Calhoun Avenue, Everett, Ma. 02149 Klingman, judy 22518 Lavon Dr.. St. Clair Shr., Mi. 48081 Knapp, Christine RD3 Box 36, Pottstown, Pa. 19464 Knepper, Christine Rt. 2, johnson, Vt. 05656 Knowles, Katheryn 400 Blue Hills Pkwy., Milton, Ma. 02187 Knox, Zoe 163 Wall St., Spring City, Pa. 19475 Kohr, David RD 2, Brookville. Pa. 15825 Kornbau, Nancy RD 3, Salem, Oh. 44460 Kornbau, Nancy RD 3, Salem, Oh. 44460 Kramer, james 2 Arrowhead Ave., Boyertown, Pa. 19512 Krikoriian, Grant 241 Copeland St., Brockton, Ma. 02401 Krumm, john 140 Castle Hts. Ave., Pennsville, Nj. 08090 Krumm, Steven 11 Nottingham Rd., Pennsville, N.j. 08070 Kuvaja, Kathy RD 1 Box 67, S. Pa'ris, Me. 04281 La Belle, Delbert 42 Ocean House Rd., Cp. Elizabeth, Me. 04107 La Combe, Lester 16 Prospect St., Rockland, Me. 04841 Laiacona, David 89 Henry St., Stamford, Ct. 06902 Lalone, David 8 Madison Ave., Antwerp, NY. 13608 Lalone, Gary 8 Madison Ave., Antwerp, N.Y. 13608 Lalone, Vicki 8 Madison Ave., Antwerp, N.Y. 13608 Landers, Dwight 52 Old Main St., Lakeville, Ma. 02346 Lane, Ruth Ellen Box 413, Hustontown, Pa. 17229 Langdell, Lynda 49 B Scott Circle, Bedford, Ma. 01730 Lanham, Timothy Rt. 2 Box 20, Leesburg, Va. 22075 Larkin, Nancy 14 Speakman St., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Larkin, Peter 14 Speakman St., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Larsen, Glenn 258 West St., Attleboro, Ma. 02703 Larsen, Peter 10 Beverly St., Braintree, Ma. 02184 Laucka, Anita 3 Simmons Rd., Hingham, Ma. 02043 Lavigne, Calvin 311 Terry Rd., Syracuse, N.Y. 13219 Lawton, Pamela 112 Wilson St., Norwood, Ma. 02062 Lay, Doug 7707 SE 76th P1., Portland, Or. 97206 Lazowsky, Robert Rt. 22, Annandale, N.j. 08801 Leach, Kevin 2965 Onagon Trail, Pontiac, Mi. 48054 Lemieux, Robert 61 Parker St., Westwood, Ma. 02090 Lenhart, Deborah 342 Chestnut St., Mifflinburg, Pa 17844 Leonard, Michael Box 247, Union, Me. 04862 Leonard, Timothy 1207 Union St., Schenectady, NY. Levine, Beverly 39 Hackett Circle, Rockland, Ma. 02370 Lewis, Northa 453 N Montello St., Brockton, Ma 02401 Lewis, Roger 29 W. Division St., Holbrook, Ma. 02343 Lilja, jeffrey 4377 Willow Heath Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15234 Lincoln, Cheryl 343 Bowboin St., Dorchester, Ma. 02122 Lindsay, james 36 Blantyre Rd., Malden, M a. 02148 Lindstrom, Nancy 11 Gibson St., Malden, Ma. 02148 Linsday, Deborah RD 2 Route 91, jamesville, NY. 13078 Loranger, Paul 143 Pine St., Quincy, Ma. 02170 Lord, Michael M RA Box 203, Bangor, Me. 04401 Loughlin, Geraldine Lowe, Franklin RFD 1 Cold Water Brk., Norway, Me 04268 Lynch, Timothy 16 Glenview Rd., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Mac Callum, Catherine 9 Davis St., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Mac Leod, David I 76 Townhill St., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Mac Leod, Sandra 15 Royall Ln., Canton, Ma. 02021 Mac Pherson, jane 21 Fairmount Ave., Braintree, Ma. 02184 Mac Pherson, Lois Box 362 Bay Roberts, Newfoundland, Ma, 02170 Mac Pherson, Sarah Box 362 Bay Roberts, Newfoundland, Cn. Macchi, jean 277 Whitwell St., Quincy, Ma, 02169 Macleod, Marion Madtes, Paul 419 Carew Ave., Pitman, Nj. 08071 Magliochetti, Paula 17 joy Terrace, Malden, Ma. 02148 Magnuson, Arthur 74 Plain St., Franklin, Ma. 02038 Mahany, Walter 23 Highland St., Easton, Ma. 02334 Mahler, Peter 85 Rindge St., Weymouth, Ma. 02189 Maloney. Paul Manchester, George johnson, Vt. 35656 Marcin, Donna 23 Bloomingdale St., Chelsea, Ma. 01824 Marks, Bryan Lake St., Kingston, Ma. 02364 Marlatt, Susan jean 3664 Venago Ave., Munhall, Pa. 15120 Marlowe, Patricia 188 Mt. Lebanon Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa 15228 Marple, Lewann 5 Morley Rd., Wollaston, Ma, 02170 Marshall, Donna 18 Griffin Terrace, S. Weymouth, Ma 02190 Marshall, Mary 75 Harris Ave., Freeport, N.Y. 11520 Marty, Clare 109 Barden St., Hanover, Ma. 02339 Mason, Barbara RFD 3, Dexter, Me. 04930 Mason, james 1209 W. Church St., Elmira, N.Y. 14905 Mathai, P. 38 Alton Rd., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Mathewson, Linda 272 Elm St., Duxbury, Ma. 02332 Mattress, Emma Fox S. Ridge Rd., Milton Mills, NH. Mavreles, Leo 23 Foster Rd , Braintree, Ma. 01505 Mazza, Ronald 1315 Pine Acres Blyd., Bay Shore, Nl 11706 Mazzacone, Robert Kemble Aye., Cold Spring, N.Y. 10516 Mc Cabe. Kenneth 110 Washington St., Plainyille, Ma 02762 Mc Cleery, Brian 92 Davis St., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Mc Cleery, Patricia 4 Park, VVarren, Pa. 16365 Mc Clung, Timothy 28 Ellen St., Norwalk. Ct. 06851 Mc Cormick, joanne 99 Drake Ave., Stoughton, Ma. 02072 Mc Elrea, james 34 St. Lawrence, Lindsay, Ont., CN Mc Farland, Ralph 276 Billings Rd., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Mc Grath, Sharon 165 Presidential Cr., Marshifield, Ma 02050 Mc Gray, Linda 85 Mandalay Rd., Weymouth, Ma 02190 Mc Inturff, Laura 310 Crescent Pk., Warren, Pa. 16365 Mclnturff, Mark 310 Crescent, Warren, Pa. 16365 Mc Inturff, Scott 310 Crescent Park, Warren, Pa. 16365 Mc Killop, Marjorie 7 Clyde Terrace, Arlington, Ma. 02174 Mc Neely, Priscilla 622 Durham Rd., Madison, Ct. 06443 MQ Neill. April Rt. 80, Fabius, N.Y. 13063 Mc Pherson, Verna 66 Gould St., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Meidanis. Anthony 55 Churchill Rd., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Meidanis. Haralambos 55 Churchill Rd., Quincy. M a. 02169 Melton, Charles 215 Pearl St. Apt. 1, Stoughton, Ma. 02072 Mercer, David 9 Adams Ave., Saugus, Ma. 01906 Merrifield, Mark 310 Grove St.. Norwell, Ma. 02061 Messana, Richard 6 Norwood St., Dorchester, Ma. 02122 Meszaros, Lou RFD1, Glenfield, N.Y. 13343 Meszaros, Nancy RD1, Glenfield. N.Y. 13343 Metcalf, Paula 2nd Ave., New Eagle, Pa. 15067 Middleton, Diane . 35 Could Ave., Malden, Ma. 02148 Mierley, William 8302 Colby St., Vienna, Ya. 22180 Mikal, Alan 142 Crabtree Rd., N. Quincy, Ma, 02171 Miller, Edward 36 jefferson St., Leonardtown, Md. 20636 Miller, G. 12 Pond Lane, Arlington, Ma. 02174 Miller, Peter 9 Live Oak Rd., Norwalk, Ct. 06851 Miller, Philip 608 Lee Dr., Broomall, Pa. 19008 2 8 Miller. Ruth 101 tratton Rd . Bel Air, Md 21014 Mi1ler.M'esley 66 Oscar Aye , Brockton. Ma. 02402 Mills. Mayne 10 Mechanic St , N. Faston, Ma. 02356 Mitten, Brian 501 N Morris St , Shippenslmrg, Pa. 17257 Monaghan, Susan 3402 Park Hill PI.. Fairfax. Ya 22030 Monto. Marilyn 379 Charles St., Malden, Ma. 02148 Moore. Bruce 21 ASl1lll'j'AVt' , Dover, De. 19901 Moore, Stephen 16 Hodges Street. Mansfield. Ma. 02048 Morin, Thomas 98 Pleasant View Aye., VVeymouth, Ma. 02180 Morrell, Kathleen 615 Griffin Rd., S. Vllindsor, Ct. 06074 Morrill. Michael 21 Elmwood Park. Malden. M a. 02148 Morris, Deena Cove Lodge Farm. Kennedyville, Md. 21645 Morris, Donna Cove Lodge Farm, Kennedyville, Md. 21645 Morris, Sharon Cove Lodge Farm, Kennedyville, Md. 21645 Morrison, john 120 Winter St., Media, Pa. 19063 Morrison, Karol 620 Liberty St.. Braintree, Ma. 02185 Morrison, Mary Lou 10 Springhouse, Lane, Media, Pa. 19063 Morse, Sharon RD 2, Brandon, Vt. 05733 Moulton II, Robert S. Main St., N. Conway, N.H. Mowry, Sheryl 315 Wolf Creek Str., Brookville, Oh. 45309 Moyer, Bruce 704 N. Market St., Selinsgrove, Pa. 17870 Mulkigian, Mary 69 Burtt Street, Lowell, Ma. 01851 Mulkigian, Movses 1193 Varnum Ave., Lowell, Ma. 01851 Muller, Heidi Rt. 4 Box 182, Vllashington, N.j. 07882 Murphy. jacqueline 113 VVoodworth Aye., Painesville, Oh. 44077 Murphy, Pamela 11 Drummer S. Lane, Bethel, Ct. 06801 Musick, Barbara 1646 Andrew SE, Grand Rapids, Mi. 49508 Musick, Daniel 1206 Marda Lane, Annapolis, Md. 21403 Myatt, Larry 49 Pleasant St., Ludlow, Vt. 05149 Myers, Linda 156 Church St., Brewer, Me. 04412 Myers, Stephen 1222 Keyes Ave., Schenectady, N.Y. 12309 Myrick, Ricky 2216 jamaica Dr., Wilmington, De. 19810 Nanry, Robert 12 Pace Ave., N. Bellport. N.Y. 11713 Narlee, janice 114 Greenfield Lane, Scituate, Ma. 02066 Nash, Falina 8138 10th SW, Seattle, Wa. 98106 Nazelrod, David Rte. 3 Valley Rd., Cumberland, Md. 21502 Nease, Floyd 42 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Neilsen IV, james 81 Pearl St., Claremont, N.H. 03743 286 Nemcovich, Kenneth Box 315 RR 1, Sunapee, N.H. 03782 Nemeth, Frank 1292 Broadway, Niblett, Gregory Hillside, N.j. 07205 402 Woolview Sq. Apt. G, Salisbury. Md. 21801 Nichols, Nancy 35 Rochelle Rd., Binghamton, N.Y. 13901 Nickerson, Deborah 55 Mandalav Rd., S. Weymouth, Ma. 02190 Noftle, Deborah' 126 Douglas St., Uxbridge, Ma. 01569 Nolan, Beverly 47 Ash St., Nashua, N.H. 03060 Noll, William 5001 Sherwood Road, Bethel Park, Pa 15102 Nortz, Barbara Route 2 West Rd., Lowville, N.Y. 13367 Nowland, Dean 102 W, Main St., Norton, Ma. 02766 Nycum, Donna Box5 RD 1, Shade Gap, Pa. 17255 Oakes, Marilyn 5000 Franklin St., Harrisburg, Pa, 17111 Oliff, Debra 6004 Hope Dr., Camp Springs, Md. 20031 Oliver, Kathy 20 Plymouth Rd., W. Peabody, Ma. 01960 Oliver, jr., james 346 Crofton Dr., Vinton, Va, 24179 Onspaugh, Deborah 6112 Althea Dr., Painesville, Oh. 44077 Orndorff, john Rt. 5 Box 287, Winchester, Va, 22601 Orr, Roger 205 East Water St., Rockland, Ma. 02370 Orsolini, Garry 1572 Halsey Ave., San Leandro, Ca. 94578 Osgood, Franklin 44 Bellevue St., Osterhout, Estelle 13953 Brighton 21029 Paige, Diana 2134 Oaklawn 12306 Palmisano, Peter 36 Rosaria Lane, Parker, David 11 Speakman St., Parker, Richard Dorchester, M a. 02124 Dam Rd., Clarksville, Md. Ave., Schenectady, N.Y. Hanover, M a. 02339 Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Glen Hillcrest Sts., Alfred, N.Y. 14802 Parrott, Richard 35 W. Elm, Wollaston, Ma. 02170 I Parrott, Roger 35 West Elm Ave., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Paul, Victor 339 Mass Ave., Boston, Ma. 02115 Pauley, Mark 228 Greenwich St., Reading, Pa. 19601 Payne, Marlynn Box 87, Maple St., Mooers, N.Y. 12958 Pearsall, Linda 2031 Freeman Ave., Bellmore, N.Y. 11710 Pendleton jr., Charles Mechanic St., E. Douglas, Ma. 01516 Pennell, Robert RD 2 Box 255, Brunswick, Me. 04011 Penney, Lynne 45 Bennington St., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Perry, Michael Great Road, Stow, Ma. 01775 Perry, William 22 Wheeler Ave., Hammondsport, N.Y 14840 Peryea, Richard RD 2 O'Neil Rd., Port Byron, N.Y. 13140 Peters, Lily 1 Capt. Pierce Rd., Scituate, Ma. 02066 Peters, Robert 81 Appleton St., N. Quincy, Ma. 02170 Pfautz, john ' 64 N. Main St., Norwood, N.Y. 13668 Pfautz, Nadine 64 N. Main St., Norwood NYUO, N.Y. 13668 Phillips, Sharon 1820 Maxwell Ave., Parkersburg, W.V. 26101 Pinkham, Gary 43 Bigelow Ave. Apt. 2, Rockland, Ma. 02370 - Platt, Bonnie RD 1 Box 258, Ridgeway, Pa. 15853 Polan,janet 434 E. Chestnut St., Washington, Pa. 15301 Porter, Bonnie 9 Elm Ave., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Porter, james 18 Langford Rd., Plymouth, Ma. 02360 Post, Debra Lower Main St., N. Berwick, Me. 03906 Potter, David Belgrade Rd., Oakland, Me. 04963 Powell, David 7 Court Ave., Lowell, Ma. 01852 Prahl, Richard Wingate. Md. 21675 Preston, Karin Box 161, Orwell, N.Y. 13426 Pritchett, Irving 1842 W. Main St., Millville. N.j. 08332 Pulliam, Stanley 4205 E. 113th St., Kansas City, MO. 64137 Purdy, Barry 3314 Birchlawn Ave.. Roanoke, Va. 24012 Raabe, Theodore 332 Grant St., Phillipsburg, N.j. 08865 Radcliffe, john 503 Lincoln Ave., Elkins, W.V. 26241 Rae, Deborah 12 Fern Rd., S. Weymouth, Ma. 02190 Raker, Lucy RD 1, Mifflinburg, Pa, 17844 Ramsey, Thomas 1142 Dover Lane, Bethlehem, Pa. 18017 Randall, Nathan 165 Crabtree Rd., Quincy, Ma. 02171 Ream, jan 10 Meadow St., Squantum, Ma. 02171 Reed, Don 1 Dunbarton Rd., Quincy, Ma. 02170 Reed, joanne N. Haverhill, NH. 03774 Reed, Milton 414 Knickerbocker, Paterson, N.j. 07503 Reed, Robin 414 Knickerbocker Ave., Paterson, N.j. 07503 Reedy, Bayse RD 1 Box 98, Hollywood, Md. 20636 Reese, john 331 Westmont Dr., Collingdale, Pa. 19023 Reilly, john 25 Beers Ave., Norwell, Ma. 02061 Restrick, David 18 Gregory Rd., Wallingford. Ct. 06492 Restrick, Douglas 18 Gregory Rd., Wallingford. Ct. 06492 Reyenger, Richard 26 Elcott Rd., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Rheaume, Dawn 105 Agawam St., Lowell, Ma. 01852 Rhinehart, Marion 260 Boston St., Lynn, Ma. 01904 Rhule, Kathy 135 Panorama Dr., State College, Pa. 16801 Rich, john 47 Vernon Rd., Scituate, Ma. 02066 Richardson, Elizabeth PO111, E. Killing1y,Ct.06243 Rickey, Gary 1204 W. Second St., Xenia, Oh. Rickey, Richard 1152 W. Second St., Xenia, Oh. Rines, Stephen 24 Hale St., Dalton, Ma. 01226 Ringius, David 53 Faulkner Pl., Braintree, Ma. 02184 Roberts, Amber 200 Taffrail Rd, Quincy, Ma. 02169 Roberts, Dana 104 Pleasent St., Bridgewater, Ma. 02324 Robertson, Rona 22 Bicknell Rd., N. Weymouth, Ma. 02191 Robichaud, Randall 5 New York St., Worcester, Ma. 01603 Rodman, john 59 Greenleaf St., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Roler, john 5421 Florida Ave.. Bethel Park, Pa. 15102 Romeo, Debra 131 Pine Knob Dr., S. Windsor, Ct. 06074 Romeo, Sharon 131 Pine Knob Dr., S. Windsor, Ct, 06074 Ross, Davelyn 29 Brook Rd., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Rothrock, Linda Star Route 3, Owego, N.Y. 13827 Rouse, David 1291 Main St., Wakefield, Ma. 01880 Rouse, Paul 1291 Main St., Wakefield, Ma. 01880 Rouse, Richard 501 June St., Endicott, N.Y. 13760 Rummel, Douglas 532 Smedley Ave., Media, Pa. 19063 Rundlett, Michael 11 Adams St., Watertown, Ma. 02172 Runge, R. Robin 420 Ethan Pkwy., Burlington, Vt. 05401 Russo, Michelle 10 Bigelow St., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Russo, Valerie 302 Fenno,St., Quincy, Ma. 02170 Sadeghi, Ali No. 2 Moshiri St., Tehran, Iran Sainsbury, james Kingston Rd., Rt. 2 Box. 37, Plaistow, N.H 03865 Salisbury, Donald RD 2 Box 9, Nichols, N.Y. 13812 Salisbury, Nancy RD 2 Box 9, Nichols, N.Y. 13812 Sammarco, Cheryl 140 Chatham Ave., Buffalo, N.Y. 14216 Sammarco, Debra 140 Chatham Pkwy., Buffalo, N.Y. 14216 Sands, Thomas 21 Dewey St., Mohnton, Pa. 19540 Sanford, Mark 3217 Batesfield Rd., Harrisburg, Pa. 17109 Sanford, Rodney 3217 Batesfield Rd., Harrisburg, Pa. 17109 Sarkissian, Leo 56 32 210 St., Bayside, N.Y. 11364 Schaeffer, Diana ,59 Circuit Rd., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Schaeffer, Diane 1417 Chestnut Grove, Pottstown, Pa. 19464 Schindler, Sandra 1001 Furman Rd., Pine City, N.Y. 14871 Schmidt, Elizabeth 4 West Rd., Fabius, N.Y. 13063 Schmidt, Richard 307 Maple Lane, Colonial Hts., Va. 23834 Schmitt, Lorelei 516 Long Dr., Upper St. Clair, Pa. 15241 Schoenly, Edward 291 Union St., Hanover, Ma. 02339 Schrag, Judith 1525 Charles St., Atchison, Ks. 66002 Scott, Alan 2151 Cranston St., Cranston, R.I. 02920 Scott, Deborah 2714 Alderwood Rd., Baltimore, Md. 21227 Scott, Duane 712 Parker Ave., Falls Church, Va. 22046 Scott, joann 10 Riddlewood Dr., Media, Pa. 19063 Scott, Peter 26 Whiton Ave., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Scott, Stephen 2151 Cranston St., Cranston, R. 1. 02920 Seager, Karen 7 Newbury Ave., N. Quincy,'Ma. 02171 Shea, Daniel 1514 High St., Erie, Pa. 16509 Sheffer, R. Vance 249 York St., Hanover, Pa. Shelp, Paul 503 Old Annapolis Rd, Glen Burnie, Md. 21061 Shetler, Curtis 1119 N. Cedar St., New Lenox, 11.60451 Shevel, Lynn 364 Arrowhead Lane, Barrington, 1160010 Shiflett, Connie 1834 Lindamoor Drive, Annapolis, Md. 21401 Shipton, Donna PO Box 52, Honeoye Falls, N.Y. 14472 Shook, Stephen 112 Curtis Ave., Dalton, Ma. 01226 Shreffler, Thomas 129 Plummer St., Oil City, Pa. 16301 Shuck, Robin 6700 Robinia Rd., Camp Springs, Md 20031 Shumway, Yvonne 9237 Smith Ave., Baltimore, Md 21234 Shute, Nancy 86 Beacon St., Hyde Park, Ma. 02136 Sibbald, Pamela 1996 Washington St., Braintree, Ma. 02185 Sickel, Frank 23 Davis St., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Sickel, Georgiann 23 Davis St., Wollaston, Ma. 02170 Silva, Manuel . 15 Chaffee St., Rumford, R.1. 02916 Simons, Richard 1625 W. South St., Allentown, Pa. 18102 Sinclair, Bruce 836 Ballard St., Chester, S.C. 29706 Sluss, Carolyn 1520 james St., Woodbridge, Va. 22191 Smail, Raymond RDI Guffey Rd., Irwin, Pa. Small, jr., George 60 Neal St. Apt. 6, Malden, Ma. 02148 Smallwood, Arthur RD 1, Collegeville, Pa. 19426 Smith, janet 6420 Quincy Place, Falls Church, Va. 22042 Smith, Lynda 214 C Lyra Drive, S. Weymouth, Ma. 02190 Smith, Stephen Box 236, New Lebanon, N.Y. 12125 Smith, Stephen 796 jerusalem Rd., Cohasset, Ma. 02025 Smith, Sydney 57 Timson St., Lynn, Ma. 01902 Smith, Terry 48 Sandwich Rd., Wareham, Ma. 02571 Snavely, Kenyon 106 2nd St., W. Fairview, Pa. 17025 Sneed, Kevin 8705 Willard, Cleveland, Oh. 44102 Sorensen, juelene 3325 Tally Ho Lane, Madison, Wi. 53705 Sorensen, Stephen 29 Glade Ave., Warren, Pa. 16365 Spencer, Arthur 4 Willowdale Dr., Lynnfield, Ma. 01940 Squarey, james 32 Bateswell Rd., Dorchester, Ma. 02124 Stadler, Lana RFD, Acton, Me. 04001 Stanford, Kenneth 163 Oakdale Ave., Pawtucket, R.l. 02860 Stanley, Faith 111 F. King Ave., Weymouth, Ma. 02188 Stanley, jerry 111 F. King Ave., Weymouth, Ma. Stanley, john 113 Wildwood Ave., Braintree. Ma. 02185 Stanton, Lerae 521 E. Front St.. Owego, N.Y. 13827 Stanton, Pamale 521 E. Front St., Owego, N.Y. 13827 Starr, Donald 717 Mc Kinley, Plymouth, Mi 48170 Stearns, Debra Box 285, Bethel, Me. 04217 Steele, Karen 1904 Bennington St. SE, Roanoke, Va 24014 Steenson, Walter 118 Doane St., Quincy, Ma. 02169 Stegner, Marilyn 43 Croyden St., Malverne, N.Y. 11565 Stetson, Robert 159 Edgewater Dr.. Framingham, Ma. 01701 Stevens, Annie 13 Wheeler St., Livermore Fl., Me. 04254 Stevens, Kareen 139 Whiting Rd. E. Hartford, Ct. 06118 Stewart, Lee 720 S. Franklin St., Holbrook. Ma. 02343 Stewart, Mark 390173rd Ave., Landover Hills, Md. 20784 Stiles, Stephen Box 64, Altona, N.Y. 12910 Stinson, Ion 6 Meadow Lane. Saratoga Spr.. N.Y. 12866 Stockwell, Pamela RFD 1 Post Rd., Ruthland, Yt. Stockwell, Samuel ENC, Wollaston. Ma. 02170 Stockwell, Timothy L Marques, Mozambique Stoddard, Penny 5345 Clinton St., Lowville, N.Y. 13367 Stonebraker jr., Karl 6732 Forest Glen, Solon, Oh. 44139 Storer, jone RFD Glen Hi Mobile, Poland Spr., Me. 04274 Sturtevant, Lois Box 252, Milo, Me. 04463 Suddath, Susan 3 Spindrift Lane, Cohasset, Ma. 02025 Sullivan, Michael Box 247, Parishville, N.Y. 13672 Sullivan, Paul 33 Albion Rd., Wollaston. Ma. 02170 Swain, Keith 39 Candlewood Drive, Manchester Ct. 06040 Swanson, Kristen 28 Woodard Rd., Walpole, Ma. 02081 Sweet, H. jim 669 Factory St., VVatertown, N.Y. 13601 Sweetser, Roberta Rt. 1, Bethel, Me. 04217 Swope, Judith 1213 Adler Dr., Morrisville, Pa. 19067 Swope, Shirley 1213 Adler Dr., Morrisville. Pa. 19067 Syska, Elizabeth Hannaford Cove, Cape Elizabeth, Me. 04107 Sywyj, Barbara Lancaster Pike, Hockessin, De. 19701 Tasney, Edward 34 Hunt St., N. Quincy, Ma. 02171 Taylor, Deborah RD 1 Rt. 51, Belle Vernon, Pa. 28 7 Tay lor, judi 232 Nlaiu St . X1.uieliestei', Ct 06040 Tay lor. Nlark 17027 Glen Rd . Xlt Verrnou, Oli. 43050 Tay lor. Nlary Rt 5 Box 587, VVaycross, Ga 31501 Taylor. Richard RD 3 Box 119. Ntillville, 08332 Teague. Linda 130511 Hickoryniede. Ellicott City. Md. 21043 Teague. Sandra 17 Kelsey St . S Portland, Me. 04106 Temm, Carol 7 02 189 Temm. Constance 207 Westminster Rd., E. Weymouth, Ma. 02189 Temple. Cameron 830 VVest St , Lunenburg, Ma. 01462 Temple. James RFD 2. Pittsfield, Me 04967 Terry. Gloria 484 Chelsea Rr1,,Oet-amide.N.Y. 11572 Tharp, Linda 4458 Rowland Ct., Stone Mt., Ga. 30082 Tharp. Noah 1101 Somerset Dr.. Glen Burnie, Md. 21061 Thatcher. Becky Boxberry Rd.. Hatchville. Ma. 02551 Thayer. Karen 64 Woodland Dr.. Hanover, Ma. 02339 Thede, Deborah I 3721 Newcastle Dr., Grand Rapids, Mi 49508 Theriault, Laura N. Whitefield. Me. 04353 Thomas. Timothy RD 2, Spencer, N.Y. 14883 Thompson, Dawnel 916 Union Cemetery, Greensburg, Pa. 15601 Thompson, Donna 33 Noble St.. Sellersville, Pa. 18960 Thompson, Io Ann 3 Bald Mountain Dr , Bangor. Me. 04401 Tietze, Tamra 3068 S. Patton Court. Denver, Co. 80236 Tittemore, Margaret 49 Caldwell St., N. Weymouth, Ma. 02191 Titus. Gregory 375 Campville Rd. RD 1, Endicott, N.Y. 13760 Titus. Peter 23 Olofsson St.. Braintree, Ma. 02185 Torborg, Ianis 19 Cammerer Ave., E, Rockaway, NY 11518 Tracy, Michael 72 Wychwood Heights, Littleton, Ma. 01460 Trask, jason Weld St., Dixfield, Me. 04224 Trou Debra P. 23 jenness St., Quincy, Ma 02169 Trumbauer, Marlene Romig Rd. RD 1, Gilbertsville, Pa. 19525 Tucker, joy RD 1. Hornell, N.Y. 14843 Tuori, Mark 34 Mill Pond Rd., Pembroke, Ma. 02359 Turkington, Emily '120 Robert St., Braintree, M a. 02184 Turner, Eugenia 1082 Champion St., Warren, Oh. 44483 Umbel. William PO Box 229, 243 Market, Mifllinburg, Pa. 17844 Umstead. Craig Van 288 2005 Bellevue Bd., Harrisburg, Pa. 17104 Der Veer, Kathleen 48 Red Maple l,n., Levittown, Pa. 19055 207 Westminster Rd., E. Weymouth, Ma. Van Schyndel, Judith 12 State St., Randolph, Ma. 02368 Vandiver. Deborah 336 Somerset Ave., jerome, Pa. 15937 Vaughan, Lowell Rt. 1 Box 209, jarretsville, Md 21084 Vautier. Annis 72 Captain S. Apt. 1, Quincy, Ma. 02169 Vendt, Clifford 21 Mayflower Road, Pembroke, Ma. 02359 Vigneaux, Stevan 119 Common St., Braintree, Ma. 02184 Vincent, Gwendolyn 4102 55 Ave. Red Deer, Alberta, CN Vincent, Susan 332 High St., Randolph, Ma. 02368 Vining. Marilyn Spencer Lane, N. Windham, Ct. 06256 Von Fricken, Carol 1361 Gardiner Dr., Bayshore, N.Y. 11706 Vonfricken, Susan 1361 Gardiner Dr., Bay Shore, N.Y. 11706 Wagner, Betsy 8821 Avondale Rd.. Baltimore, Md, 21234 Wallace. Paul 3102 River Rd., Hopewell. Va. 23860 Wallace, Steve Box 115, West Point. Me. 04565 Walsh, Dorothy 11 Blake St., Quincy, Ma. 02170 Waltenberger, Michael 65 Dorset Rd., Holliston, Ma. 01746 Wanner, Robert 439 E. 4 St., Bloomsburg, Pa. 17815 Warner, Regina 628 S. Queen St., York, Pa. 17403 Warr, Bonnie Pratt Road, Westfield, N.Y, 14787 Warren. Donald Wilmington, N.Y. 12997 Warrick, Lorinda 38 Larchmont St., Dorchester, Ma. 02124 Washburn, Randy Box 672, Bingham, Me. 04920 Watson, Elizabeth RED 1 Post Rd., Rutland, Vt. 05701 Weaver. Nelson Box 666, Vanderbilt. Pa. 15486 Weber, Pamela 975 Carvel Dr., Dover, De. 19901 Wehr, Daureen 7 Barnard Ave., Albany, N.Y. 12203 Weir, Christopher 39 Arborview Rd., Boston, Ma. 02130 Weir. ,lane 23 Meridian Lane Rd., Ballstonlake. N.Y. Welker, Richard Rt. 1 Box 423 D. Longwood. Fl 32750 Weller, Kathy RD 2, Somerset, Pa. 15501 Wells, Carol Rt. 5 7164 Kinney Rd, Mount Vernon, Oh. 43050 West, Carlton 25 VVallace Rd., Quincy, Ma. 02169 West, Daniel 18 Gardenbrook Lane. VVillingboro, N.j 08046 Wetmore, Arnold 5116 Pebble Lane. Columbus, Oh. 43220 Wetzel, Deborah 1350 Telegraph Rd., W. Chester, Pa. 19380 Wheeler, Michael 247 School St., Lowell, Ma. 01854 Whetstone. Gerald 32 Pond Road, So. Portland, Me. 04106 White, Elizabeth 801 Pleasant St., Weymouth, Ma. 02189 White, jossie 116 Eustis St.. 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