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Show Hide text for 1976 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 312 of the 1976 volume: “ Sunlight through a prism ... a spectrum of united diversity. The 1176 Nautilus An annual student publication of Eastern Nazarene College Quincy, Massachus« .etts Faith E. Woodend, Editor-in-Chief Sue L. Collier, Business Manager 76923 2 IN DEDICATION To one whose keen eye of discernment is focused on the goals and ideals of Eastern Nazarene College; To one whose mind and fluency of speech have brought honor to self and to this College; To one whose hand has penned a variety of public a- tions; To one whose heart embraces the home, the Church, the community and the lives on this campus of to- day and past days; To one whose life finds expression in commitment and service through community leadership and as advisor to campus organizations; To one who has been a friend to students and a caretaker of student interests; To one who in 25 years of teaching has inspired his students to achieve their fullest potential; To one who will never be forgotten by those students he advised and by those who have grown to respect, admire, and love him; With grateful hearts and deep appreciation for his commitment, his example and his love, we dedicate this Nautilus to the ENC Superfan of 1976 — DR. JAMES REESE CAMERON 5 b Sunlight, a white beam, a single unit of brightness, yet when seen through a prism, its many colors are revealed — the spectrum of united diversity. Herein lies its singular beauty. With- out each color in the spectrum the light beam is not complete. 6 i| rhe 1976 Nautilus is a prism through which we can see the IJ dimensions of the spectrum of Eastern Nazarene College. These combined dimensions which make it unique, give it singular beauty and, like sunlight, united diversity. I " p astern Nazarene College iH has a deeply rooted past located in the historical setting ofQuincy. Rich in heritage, it was founded by those dedicated to Christian values . This dedi- cation is still evident today in the quality of persons making up our community. People— the timeless dimension. I ach person, in himself unique, has something unique to contribute. Then it happens: the gradual change from stranger to friend the chance for growth through in- teraction. Interpersonal rela- tionships offer lessons in life and make memories for life. I aster n Nazarene College upholds a high standard of education. The dimension that makes it d if fere nt is the combination of the best in edu- cation with the best in Christian faith. Through the cirriculum and worship services emphasis is placed on the relationship of Christianity to the various dis- ciplines and on the answers it provides for the needs and ques- tions of mankind. 13 Cnvolved in the liberal arts pattern of education is the development of the whole person as preparation for the responsi- bilitiesoflife. This type of education includes the final di- mensions of the arts and athlet- ics . The arts encourage s e I f- expression and aesthetic appre- ciation while athletics provide for the development of the body. Together these dimensions pro- vide the school spirit — a sense of oneness be twe e n performer and audience, player and fan . 14 V I he dimensions of ■r our college: people past and pres- e nt , academics, reli- gious life, the arts and at h letics, are diverse parts of the spectrum that converge into one bright beam. Without each dimension the school is not complete . Herein lies the singular beauty of Eastern Naz- arene College — united diversity. .FRESHMEN SUBJECT TO INEVITABLE RITES Novices undergo an intensive week of matura- tion, shed of extraneous roots, eighteen years of preparation compact themselves into a 12 x 14 foot cubicle. Sophomores help speed the ripening process in the hothouse of humilation. At last, triumphant in the trial by teasing, a new class is ready to face the first of many registration lines. HERSTORY Tradition and innovation combined in this year ' s AWS ' activities. A lllb 191b bi- centennial party first brought big and little sisters together. The group ce le brated annual Pixie Week w i th a Thanksgiv- ing dinner. Christmas caroling and a special communion ser- vice with Dean Helfrich rounded out the season ' s events. PL4NNING FOR THE FUTURE SHOCK Eastern zone high school students visited the campus during three weekend motor- cades. Besides the usual col- lege tours and unplanned week- end excitement, the new sounds of The Archers, Truth and Dave Boyer concerts provided enter- tainment. The Archers 26 " A JOURNEY INWARD ...A JOURNEY OUTWARD The fctH semester had great sprjtkftial e ' m p h a s i s under the ministries of Dr. Louis Evans intheSialey Lecture Series and Rev. Mel McCul lough in the fall revival. Theirmessages focused on the eight Covenant relation- ships between believers that are achieved on the spiritual journey outfrom ourselves, only after we have made that same journey inward. 29 WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE Raindrops kept falling on the deck whi le E NC couples viewed Boston after dark during the boat cruise through Boston Harbor. Af- ter a buffet supper the Homecom- ing semi-finalists were announced. 32 ' ' nomecoming 1975 was a time for reflection. Visiting alumni rem- inVsced around p i cture s from pi d yearbooks. At the pageant, members of the court recalled incidents from their own childhood while anxiously awaiting the crowning of the Queen. Featured singer, Tom Netherton ap- peared in concert with popular songs past and present. Homecoming 1975 may never come again. But the memories: the puddles, the reunions, the beauty and pageantry will always remain. Sue Hersey The Queen and her Court. AWS Representative Donna Chappell Senior Representative Bonnie Smith Sigma Representative CIRCLE K SPIRIT HAUNTS GYM iouls, hunchbacks, goblins, and a hangman were the sights of the Circle K spook walk in Lahue Gym. This spine-tingling event topped off the evening of fun at the annual Halloween party. A BIT OF LIVING HISTORY It was an evening of living history as the former Speaker of the House of Representatives, John W. McCormack addressed students, faculty, and commun- ity residents in Shrader Lecture Hall, that brisk November eve- ning. The aging but sharp poli- tician from Massachusetts took a youthful generation back to the days of Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman; to the days of World War II, Hiroshima, and Korea; to private conversa- tions between himself and our Nation ' s leaders. It was a his- torical perspective to say one thing: America must return her strength ... She must never fall prey to the mistake of appease- ment. The Speaker left to a standing ovation, admired and respected by those who had heard a historical lesson in for- eign policy in this emerging day of detente. If I don ' t go he Missions Blitz was a week of awakening to world missions . Students enjoyed displays and an international banquet of foods from a! I over the world. Guest missionary speakers, inspiring and challenging, reminded all of their responsibility to missions -- if you don ' t go, who will? A WINTER EDEN WHERE ' S CHRISTMAS? The Student Council Christmas party involved a search — a search for Christmas. The buffet supper . . . Santa Claus ... presents under the tree — but where ' s Christmas? The star . . . the manger bed ... the Great- est Gift -- there ' s Christmas. For a while, itappeared that the budget deficit would pre- vent the Crusaders from partici- pating in the 1976 King ' s tournament. But determined players and fans staged a va- riety of f u n d-r a i s i n g events: gym nights, dinners, a coffee house, a male " fashion show " , and even the institution of pass- ing the bucket for a buck during games. It worked: on March 3, the Big Red Machine rolled to- wards King ' s college with the budget in the black . Lefs do it again! Lthe school spirit at its peal ffle Crusaders did it again and won the King ' s Tourney by placing firstin women ' s volleyball and chess, second in basketball and table tennis, third in cheer- leading, fourth in bowling and fifth in barber shopquartet competition. Itwasthis combined excellence in ev ery area that left ENC victor- ious again. SPRING CLEANING aah mpus clean-up day provided recovery from winter dullness, escape (temporary) from studies, and the con- solation of fresh green and the chance for new, growth. MORE THAN l UST ANDRAE The second performance of An- drae Crouch and the Disciples drew capacity crowds . This Student Coun- cil sponsered concert featured songs from many of the group ' s albums in- cluding the latest, JUST ANDRAE. 52 FABULOUS FIFTIES FLASHBACK Looking back to the days of their (ear ly) youth, AMSandAWS members recreated some of the looks and sounds of the 1950 ' s era. Pony-tailed girls with bobby socks and " greasers " in white T-shirts were reminded of the fads of the Fifties: goldfish-swallowing contest, dance marathons, and the hula hoop. Later the " NaShaSha " entertained the malt shoppe group with the music of that decade. POLITICAL AWARENESS Eastern Nazarene Col lege was honored to have Senator Birch Bayh, Democratic candidate for President of the United States as a speaker in chapel on the day prior to the important Massa- chusetts primary. In his speech he pleaded for young people throughout the nati on to overcome apathetic attitudes toward the political process. Active student participation followed in a lengthy question-answer period that helped replace apathy with political awareness. 56 JOHN CHAPTER 17 The High-Priestly prayer of Jesus (John Chap- ter 17) was the text for the messages of Rev . Reuben Welch, evangelist for the spring revival. This text, whether presented in chapel or in the gym due to Tuesday ' s reversal, provided valuable insight into what Christ desired for all disciples. YROTCRID 6731 srotsap: hmlliw rcbmjccm dlanoo sivao 8EMAJ ELPPOC YELNAT8 MAILLUf NYUIIAM KRAT8 SS STPUS: NVtNIAM OMA 8tMAJ SMMN 9£nr. WLnmc wliao SPYN SERP; fillWAt. NETAAfit MIATS YAOOT RtOHC EcrrcAiv -yrautcnas YRE8RtM-0NS mOLF XENNA EUBIB YDUT8 ROF LLA SEGA CNtNROM nHSROV .W. ' RESMUCCM, " EHT QNITEEM-EtfT SNITRAP " GNINEVE nHSROIR( E.M.RE8MUCCM, »EM08 ENO OEHCUOT EM " TUES - 57 ANOTHER CAMPUS CORNERSTONE Another campus cornerstone was laid at the dedication of the new married students dormitory -- a com- plex of 58 apartments. Trustees as well as Quincy officials participated in this ceremony that marked another year of campus growth. WE ' VE ONLY JUST BEGUN IniorClass prepared the way for i.ior procession at the traditional yiior Day C n voc a t i n . The ),arges were given and Professor vs addressed the class of 1976. Nostalgic and reflective, the Senior choir sand their class song and realized they has only just begun. 64 PIECES OF APRIL Junior-Senior Day culminated with a formal banquet at the Copley Plaza Hotel. Seniors enjoyed re- flections of their years at ENC as portrayed by the Juniors before hear- ing the announcement of the most outstanding Se n i ors: Greg Niblett and Betty Gardner. The elegant evening concluded with the musical talent of Danny Taylor. ' I ' VE GOT PIECES OF APRIL AND IT ' S A MORNING IN MAY. " ENC HOSTS NAZARENE STUDENT LEADERS Boston and Qui ncy: Where the sights and sounds of the American rev- olution were born 2 00 years ago; Where in 1976 the ENC Student Council played host to the Nazarene Student Leadership Conference during the American Bicentennial Celebration. Nazarene Student Leaders and Admin- istrators from sister col leges across the continent gathered to hold work- shops and business meetings. There were discussions on leadership ... management seminars ... campus min- istry and Bible study emphasis ... a business meeting at the State Capitol ... a visit from Governor Dukakes . . . touring Quincy ... " 1776 " ... ice cream social ... seeing Boston in one day ... old presidents teaching new presidents ... old friends sharing good times ... new friendships being made. And after all the e n d I e s s airport and motel shuttles, and 15-20 hour days, it was worth it. Delegates from the 10 other colleges saw E NC at her best . . . and we were proud . ENC STUDENTS HAVE THEIR SHARE OF UPS AND DOWNS Lincoln Park out- ing was aday of ups and downs, of r 1 1 e r coasters and cotton candy, of friends and fun. ENCS HALL OF FAME vCrusader sports banquet honored all r ' thletes of the 1915-1 b school year. The most coveted awards went to Brenda Henley, Best-all-around Woman Athlete and to Gordon Wetmore recipient of the Carroll F. Bradley Award. Even Crusador spectators didn ' t goaway empty handed as Dr. James Cameronwas named Super-Fan of 1976. 1 GRL SENIOR LUNCHEON 74 A SENIOR BENEDICTION Seniors worshipped tog ether along with parents and friends in the Bacca- laureate service. It was a senior bene- diction thanksgiving for the past four years and a blessing for the future. A NEW BEGINNING TBb OTty-fourth annual Commencement marked the end of four years of study and a new beginning for all the graduates. Dr. Edward S. Mann, former President of ENC, challenged the Seniors to utilize all that their education has given them through their studies, their faith and their friends. ACCEPTING THE PRESIDENTIAL MEDALLION The Inauguration of President Irwin Soccer Statistics 1975-76 E.N.C. Opponent Opponent ' s Score The King ' s College 4 Framingham State College 2 2 Salem State College 2 1 Rhode Island College 2 1 Southeastern Mass. University 3 2 Nyack College 1 Barrington College 3 3 New Hampshire College 2 7 St. Francis College 4 Nasson College 2 3 Northeastern Bible College 1 2 Gordon College 3 ■AX ' 83 [■. ■ ■ f . • ' , V. ' , 89 VOLLEYBALL 1975-76 Season Record: 15-0 Women ' s volleyball had another ex citing season in ' 76 ending up with a per- fect record of wins. Their victories did not stop there for they went on to win at King ' s Tournament. In four years of play the volleyball team has won 46 matches and lost only 4 . Coach Detwiler and the team are to be congratulated for their dedication and skill that again proved ENC to be number one. 90 91 Gordon College 100 - 55 St. Francis College 102 - 83 Western New England 99 - 77 Babson College 69 - 67 Nasson College 88 - 57 Barrington 94 - 67 St, Francis College 80 - 73 Roberts Wesleyan 81 - 80 Rhode Island 85 - 87 University of Maine 103 - 71 (Portland-Gorham ) Curry College 75 - 62 New Hampshire 70 - 74 Suffolk University 75 - 93 King ' s College 85 - 97 Nyack 73 - 85 Bridgewater State 75 - 60 Gordon 88 - 65 Nasson College 91 - 66 St, Francis 74 - 69 Nyack 75 - 68 King ' s College 97 - 92 Curry College 90 - 75 Southeastern Mass. U. 79 - 93 Barrington 80 - 74 Gordon 81 - 69 Southeastern Mass. U. 86 - 100 King ' s Tournament Philadelphia College of the Bible 76 - 50 Nyack 103 - 89 Messiah 70 - 84 92 B f A r Coach Smith, P. Ribeiro, M. Cox, J. FIfnner, G. Wetmore, D. Ed- monds, B. Jones, M. Barefoot, J. Perera, K. Harri- son, R. Ward, IVIgr. IVI. IViifler, Not pictured: D. Rouse The Basketball Crusaders were a pleasant sur- prise to everyone this year, including Coach Smith, finishing the season with a record of 21 wins and 8 losses. Three veterans and a host of new comers com- bined to give our enthusiastic fans a shouting good year. Co-captain Mike Cox scored his 1000th point during the final game of his career and co-captain Gordon Wetmore had another good year with a 14.96 scoring average. Mike Bare- foot led the team in scoring with a 19.68 aver- age. Two newcomers joining Cox, Wetmore, and Barefoot in double figures were Peter Ribeiro, 12.25 points per game and Kevin Gibson, 11.86 points per game. The season highlights were a 1st place finish with an 8-0 record in the Naismith Basketball Conference and a second place finish in the King ' College Tournament. Players receiving special recognition were: All -Conference, Peter Riveiro (CO-MVP) Gordon Wetmore, Mike Barefoot and Mike Cox; Nazarene Athletic Association All Stars, Mike Barefoot; National Christian College All-District, Mike Cox and Mike Barefoot. 95 Th e young and unexperienced team this year fought to overcome the depth of their opponents. The strength and improvement of the team and the use of 6 ' 2 " Donna Fandel, one of the leading re- bounders in New England, will prove that E.N. C. is a team to be reckoned with in the future. In its thirteen year history, the women have suffered only three losing seasons. Front Row: J. Stin- so n , H. Girting, R. Yates, J. Lilja, M. Barefoot, B. B r e n- naman, G. Orsolini, L. Ranstrom, Back Row: Ass ' t Coach Bradley, G. Wet- more, D. White, T. Cnossen, S. Parks, G. Stinson, M, Cox, L. Thibodeau, Coach Smith. 103 BASEBALL STATISTICS 1976 E.N.C. 3 - Nasson 2 E.N.C. 7 - Curry 9 E.N.C. 8 - Bridgewater 17 E.N.C. 9 - Bridgewater 8 E.N.C. 9 - Suffolk University 7 E.N.C. 13 - U. Of iVl. Farmington 10 E.N.C. 7 - Curry 13 E.N.C. 3 - Barrington 2 E.N.C. 4 - Barrington E.N.C. 1 - Southeastern Mass. U. E.N.C. 1 - Southeastern fVlass. U. 8 E.N.C. 19 - Nasson 20 TENNIS STATISTICS 1976 ENC 4 - 5 Bridgewater State ENC 7 - 2 St. Francis ENC 1-8 Gordon ENC 7-2 Roger Williams ENC 7 - 2 St. Francis ENC 1-8 Southeastern Mass. Univ, Coach Benson TEAM MEMBERS Peter Brooks David Freese Tim G rosse Frederick Munroe Gary Peterson John Roler Dave Trout T. R. Benson, Coach 107 Senior Class Council: Dr. and iVIrs. Glen Keys, Advisor; Mark Frauman, Chaplain; John Reil- ly. Student Council Representative; Betty Gardner, Treasurer; Donna Chappell, Secretary; Sue Collier, Vice President; Garry Orsolini, President. HONOR GRADUATES SUMMACUM LAUDE: David R. Douglas, Laurie J. Braaten, Lorraine A. Gill, Mary Lou Parrott, Phillip A. Coy. MAGNA CUM LAUDE: William T. Gardner, Dale B. Wolf, Caria M. Errichiello, Alan S. Mikal, Elizabeth Getchell, John E. Cunningham, Nancy S. Shute, Joyce E, Emigh, Robert A. Cornell, Leo V. Sarkissian, Carol Temm Wish. CUM LAUDE: Lana M. Stadler, Deborah Romeo, Sarah F. MacPherson, Susan E. Vin- cent, Floyd T. Cunningham, Robert M. Jack, Shirley R. Johnson, Davelyn M. Ross, Penelope J. Stoddard, Sarah L. Reedy, William C. Mierley, Heidi A. Muller, Suzanne L. Collier, Marjorie J. McKillop. SUE COLLIER JOHN CUNNINGHAM STEVE DAVIS WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES BETTY GARDNER DAWN HECKMAM BRENDA HENLEY ALAN SCOTT GARRY ORSOLINI DAN WEST SERVICE TO THEIR SCHOOL v.; REBECCA J. WISEMAN B.A., Social Work ELIZABETH L. GETCHELL B.S., Music Education RICHARD L. PARKER, JR B.S., Biology DE BORAH D. GARDNER B.S., Elementary Education JEAN E„ ACKER B.A., Psychology DAVID C. BALL B.A., History BRUCE L. SINCLAIR B,S., Music Education LORINDA A. WARRICK B.A., Psychology DIANA L. SCHAEFFER B.A., Psychology DAVELYN M. ROSS B.S., ELEMENTARY EDUCATIOI PAMELA S. LAWTO B.A., English JAMES L. CARTER B.S., Elementary Education LYNNE A. BRENNAN B.S., Elementary Education PI - ' 4 CARLA ERRICHIELLO B.S Music Education DEBORAH G . WETZEL B.S., Elementary Education JAMES G. LINDSAY B.A., Religion JOHN F. EVANS B.A., Business Administration DAVID R. DOUGLAS B.S., Physics CAROLYN B. GREENE B.A,, Religion JOAN D. JURY B.A., Economics ROGER L. PARROTT B.A., Psychology MARY LOU PARROTT B.A., English, French JOY E. TUCKER B.A., Social Work ALAN S. MIKAL B.A., English DEBORAH E. COLLINS B.S., Elementary Education, Special Education STEVEN P. DAVIS B.A., Mathematics J CRAIG A. UMSTEAD B.A., History STEPHEN R. CARNAHAN B.A., Psychology GLEIMDON A. WILLS B.A., Religion LOU ANN MESZAROS B.S., Elementary Education NOAH A. THARP B.A., Religion BARBARA EDWARDS B .S ., Music Education 1 ■ AMBER E. ROBERTS B.S., Elementary Education IVE-YEAR STUDENTS GRADUATES OF 1977 SENIOR INDEX Acker, Jean Adams, Peggy Alley, Charles Almquist, Karen Arey, Donald Baillie, Pauline Ball, David Banfield, Stephen Bilyou, Elaine Braaten, Laurie Brennan, Lynne Cale, Christy Caley, Susan Campbell, Roberta Carnahan, Stephen Carpenter, Matthew Carter, James Chandler, Rebecca Chappell, Donna Chase, Barbara Christensen, Yvonne Christie, Bonnie Collier, Suzanne Collins, Deborah Conklin, Kathy Constant! ne, Sharon Corkery, William Cornell, Robert Coulter, Linda Cox, Janet Cox, Michael Cunningham, Floyd Cunningham, John Cunningham, Sandy Darrow, Eileen Davis, Steven Douglas, David Dunham, Ernest Edwards, Barbara Emigh, Joyce Ennis, Dawn Errichiello, Caria Evans, John Fell, Glenn Fenn, Terrel Finniev, Ann Finnie, Gail Fisk, James Frauman, Mark Frederick, Stafford Frens, James Gabel, Francine Gagnon, Donna Gardner, Deborah 116 Gardner, Elizabeth 124 Gardner, William 136 Getchell, Elizabeth 116 Gill, Lorraine 123 Greene, Carolyn 130 Grosse, Rodney 121 Hardin, Carole 135 Haskell, Scott 121 Hastings, Deborah 139 Hathaway, Joy 138 Heckman, Dawn 135 Henley, Brenda 121 Hennen, Wayne 136 Hersey, Clifford 126 Hersey, Sue 126 Howard, Sharon 122 Hughes, Brenda 141 Jack, Robert 134 Johnson, Shirley 131 Jury, Joan 130 Kahler, Timothy 140 Knapp, Christine 133 LaLone, David 132 Lanham, Timothy 124 Lawton, Pam 123 Lazowski, Robert 127 Lindsay, James 127 Lindstrom, Nancy 129 MacPherson, Sarah 126 Marshall, Mary 141 Mazzacone, Diane 143 McKillop, Marjorie 140 Mezaros, Lou Ann 133 Mierley, William 134 Mikal, Alan 131 Miller, Michael 122 Moore, Stephen 137 Muller, Heidi , 128 Mulkigian, Movses 12 1 Myrick, Rick 117 Nemcovich, Ken 135 Niblett, Greg • 136 Oliver, Kathy 132 Orsolini, Garry 135 Paige, Diana 142 Parker, Richard 116 Parks, Stephen 127 Parrott, Mary Lou 130 Parrott, Roger 130 Pearsall, Linda 138 Peryea, Richard 139 Pfautz, John 125 144 We hope that within these pages you will find the photographs and words necessary to recapture the spirit of this year. And after the book is on the shelf, don ' t for- get that it is your only permanent record of this memorable year. 1 t Use it again — -to remember a face -to recall a place -to relive a game -to remember a name THANKS for purchas- ing this yearbook. Its value will increase with the passing years. Enjoy the memories! @mmm [ ' . J A CELEBRATION OF HISTORY It was Braintree then. A community that was already 150 years old. A community that had sprung from Mount Wollaston ' s earliest settlement to become a pioneer of American independence. In 1776 " a strong citizenry and positive leadership " had developed in Quincy to pave the way for a revolution that had already occurred in the hearts of the local colonists. Quincy gave America leadership: The persistent and courageous leadership of John Adams to see a dream realized; the fearless and active leadership of John Hancock who joined Adams early in fighting for liberty; and the local leadership of Josiah Quincy who played host to the leading statesmen of the day. From the hearts of American patriots everywhere there was a call for revolution and leadership -- Quincy answered the call. m Y 1: Elm Avenue in the 1800 ' s " Quincy ' s history is a story of change. " By 1876 Quincy had matured even more and by right was officially called Quincy. When the turn of the century came the people had turned to the sea for shipbuilding, trading and fishing. But it was granite that brought fame and wealth and people to this community south of Boston. With the dawn of America ' s centennial, Quincy was an economically thriving community which had survived the maturing experience of Civil War and was on the threshold of becoming a modern city. The Quincy Mansion that stood on the ENC campus as it looked in 1876. " It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shews, games, guns, bells, bonfires and illuminations from one end of this continent to the other from this time forever more . " -- John Adams, July 3, 1776 It was July 3, 1976 and hundreds of people crowded Wollaston Beach to see John Adams prediction come true. There were bonfires and fireworks. There had been parades and shows and there would be many more. And in the same street and the same area, 2 0th century resi- dents of Adams ' nativity absorbed the good that had had been inherited from the past. The old farmhouses in West Quincy were still there; the Adams mansion and the Josiah Quincy home- stead still stand firm as reminders. But with them stand 2 00 years of growth and construc- tive change modern buildings and high rises — paved streets and telephone wires — auto- mobiles and modern shipbuilding. J So Quincy has changed and modernized. " Change has always been its strength enabling it to i eep in time with the times. " And as it faces the future and the problems of today and tomorrow, Quincy will continue to grow and develop in the same spirit that spawned the American Revolution. 187 AN EVENING WITH 188 CHARLES DICKENS — f ' p Von Kropf POCKET MIME 190 192 THE MESSIAH As Presented By The Choral Union 193 MAN, CHARLIE BROWN SENIOR RECITALS Caria Errichiello Piano Betsy Getchall Piano Clifford Hersey Speech Sue Hersey John Pfautz Piano Voice Chuck Sinclair Penny Stoddard Piano Organ Kathleen Fleming Brenda Hughes Junior Recital Junior Recital Trumpet Cello Karia Kent Beverly Waltenberger Junior Recital Junior Recital Piano Piano A CAPPELLA CHOIR 202 CONCERT BAND THE ANNUAL STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL COUNCIL Jim Carter, President; Sherrie Keys, Vice President; Pauline Bailey, Secre- tary, Tim Kahler, Treasurer; John Reilly, Chaplain; Linda Russell, Wo- men ' s Sports Coordinator; Lowell Vaughn, Men ' s Sports Coordinator; Barry Purdy DELTA SOCIETY Delta . . .Determination . . . Enthus- iam . . . Laughter . . . Togetherness . , . Action . . . These characteristics all combine to make Delta a truly great society to be a part of. This year we have made an effort to reach out to all members of our society. For those interested in sports, our Tigers placed first again in basketball and soccer and second in Softball, vol- leyball and bowling. For others, we have had prayer break- fasts including a special one with former Delta, Dr. Donald Young and pizza sales . For the benefit of the student body as a whole, we have sponsored a pumpkin carving contest; a fund raising program for the Bethany Hill School for Multi- hanicapped and Aphasic Children, and the sale of Carnations for Valentine ' s Day. We have tried to make our society mem- bers proud of our society, involved in it and enthusiastic for what we as a group can contribute to the student body. In that we have tried, we have succeeded. KAPPA SOCIETY People having fun . . . people going places . . . people enjoying different activities together . . . this was Kappa 1975-76. A synthesis of the old and the new best describe Kappa. This year new ideas sparked an interest. After the usual Kappa Banana Split night during Rush Week it was team work between Circle K and Kappa Society who enabled all students to en- joy Halloween 1975 by way of the Spook Walk. Next was Kappa ' s first Thanksgiving feast featuring turkeys galore with all the dressings . . . Travel with Miss Janes who took us to Africa and Ireland VIA her slides . . . all- society talent night. Kappa ' s concern for students was shown by the Kappa Spirit Contest ' 76 . To sum up the year we congratulate those Kappa MVP ' s in their respective sports, salute those who made it possible to win 1st place among the societies in academics and thank every Kappa for being a part of a good society. COUNCIL Alan Jones, President; Artie Magnuson, Vice President; Colleen Peterson, Secretary; Mark Pauley, Treasurer; Dan Calcaterra, Chaplain; Marna Colestock, Women ' s Sports Coordinator; Harry Girting, Men ' s Sports Coordinator BASKETBALL TEAM Steve Parks, Bob Brown, Harry Girting, John Roler, Mike Shene, Ron Yates, George Stinson 211 212 BASKETBALL TEAM Tim Shetler, Rick Giove, Rici Gressett, Mark Fife, Bill Corkery, Steve Rhines, Lorne Ranstrom, Tim LaLone SIGMA SOCIETY S.T.O.P. a year of people places and events combining into a year of happiness and memories . . . The ice cream social and Mark Spits skit of rush week . . . the tennis matches and soccer games ... the beard growing contests and the United Way Drive ... the volleyball games ... the prayer suppers and the Sunday School classes . . . . . . and then came Sigma Spirit Week prayer supper, Sigma night at the movies, Sigma Color Day, elections, and Sigma bowlers took 1st place. Basketball games and donut sales for Guatemala and King ' s ... the talent show and ecology day. . . the awards banquet and induction of new officers and the new year begins. S.T.O.P. Sigma Thinks Of People ... in their services, sports and spiritual life. Sig ma is on the way up — ' 76- ' 77 the year of the Sigma Stallion! -m 1213 ZETA SOCIETY Women ' s tennis and society soccer . . . Thanks Coach Davis . . . first place in co-ed volleyball and fun In girls volleyball . . . United Fund Drive . . . men ' s society basketball with Wetmore coaching an exciting play-off for first place. Coach Mclnturff and the 1st place women ' s bas- ketball team . . . society bowling that sent two representatives to King ' s and stirred up lots of enthusiasm for the teams . . . all-night skating with donuts in the Dugout afterwards . . . Coach Metcalfe ' s society Softball team , . . 1st place Ecology Day and $50.00 . . . Zeta Awards Banquet Zeta . . . pride . . . Zeta pride continues through every day . . . Zeta . . . a pride that Proud To Be A COUNCIL Scott Mclnturff, President Regina Warner, Vice President Diane Falvo, Secretary Linda Whitling, Treasurer Jan Kilpatrlcl , Women ' s Sports Coordinator John iVletcalf, Men ' s Sports Coordinator Oral Clements, Chaplain Betty Gardner, Member-at- Large David Wilfong, David White, Jody Unstead, Dave Willoughby, Rich Si- mons, Steve Wolf, Brian Brenneman, Garth Davis 215 SOCIETY SPORTS COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Tim Lanham, Ken Nemcovich, Betty Gardner, Bob Jack, Amber Roberts, Greg Niblett, Faith Woodend, Dr. James Cameron, Advisor. GENERAL COUNCIL Brenda Keys, John Reilly, Bobbie Neff, Rick Myrick, Sue Mersey, Bonnie Sm ith, Scott Mclnturff, Alan Jones, Jim Carter, Ken Nem- covich, Betty Gardner, Greg Nib- lett, Dr. Cameron, Amber Roberts, Tim Lanham, Faith Woodend, Bob Jack It was a great year ... it was a year like so many others, but it was a special year too. Getting to know six close col- leagues and working with them as friends and advisors. Sharing together our triumphs and our failures. We had our successes: good representation at the Faculty Retreat . . . All-School Outing ... a new pool table ... a new and bigger office . . . Putting CLS in the Stuco Office where it belongs . . . John McCormack . . . 1776 , . , The Artist Cultural Series . . . Pocket Mime . . . Winter Formal . . . Andrae Crouch . . . Raising money for King ' s Tourna- ment and the tennis team , . . Guatamala Relief Drive . . . Christmas Party . . . and endless hours of administrative work, letter writing, and meetings. We did not get a Physical Education Major yet ... we ran out of time on the Faculty Review proposal . . . and the foreign language requirement will be discussed again next year. But we did allocate money to remodel the conference room and Stuco Office . . . and it was an outstanding financially successful year. But Student Council was more than hard work and successes ... it was students and people . . . serving and getting involved . . . building new relationships . . . strenghtening old relationships . . . working with a concerned advisor . . . relying on faith when anxiety set in . . . helping organizations, students, and the school . , . realizing everyone ' s value . . . growing spiritually . . . working with Brenda, Doug, Mike, Rich, Beth, Pat, Becky, Vicki, Fran, Bobbie, Dawn, and countless others who work behind the scenes and receive no credit . . . yes it was a year of people ... a year of 100% ... a year ended but not forgotten . . . how can I say Thanks? 219 A CAPPELLA CHOIR A Capella Choir: E. Goodwin, T. Larkin, D. Heasiey, J. Umstead, S. Mersey, D. Felir, L. Witling, C. Umstead, C. Cove, L. Purta, J. Helm, L. Shevel, S. Hoffman, D. Colman, B. Marks, J. Wakefield, T. Rearick, N, Larkin, B. Doody, R. Buckley, B. Evans, D. O ' Donnell, W. Hennen, J. Laudermilk, J, Ross, D. Ward, M. Tuori, M, Marshall, C, Sinclair, B. Kierstead, G. Titus, Y. Hawk, B. Widdowson, S. Caley, L. Schmidt, D, Poutre, A. Smith. AFRO-AMERICAN CAUCUS Afro-American Caucus: R. Doane, N. Yarborough, C. Bur- gess, L. Bullock, M. Montrond, L. Nichols, M. Marshall, L. Holloway, C. Prescott, J. Catherwood, T. Simmons, D. Edmonds, C. Lane, S. Frederick, G. Thorns, L. Warrick. 220 AMS COUNCIL AMS Council: R. Myrick, President; R. Grosse, Vice President; M. Cox, Treasurer; T. Sands, Secretary; M. Pauley, Judicial Board Chair- man; A. Jones, Judicial Board Vice President. AWS COUNCIL AWS Council: S. Andre, President; C. Ingland, Vice Presi- dent; D. Middleton, Secretary; B. H il- derbrand, Treasurer; S. Reedy, B. Keys, Social Chairmen; F. Gable, Judicial Board Chairman; L. Raker, Judicial Board Vice President; K. Almquist, Off Campus Representa- tive; C. Burkey, Chaplain. I BRASS ENSEMBLE Brass Ensemble: D. Coleman, M. Tuori, D. Knowland, B. Sever, M. Keys, G. Brennan, Mr. Rizzetto, F. Garland, L. Ranstrom, T. Larkin, K. Fleming. 221 222 CONCERT CHOIR Concert Choir: T. Shetler, R. Cres- set, B. Durham, J. Ross, D. Bowen, R. Hutt, V. Mullen, M. Mulcahey, D. Cox, V. Wilhelm, W. Williams, D. Cramer, F. Munroe, D. Freese, D. Dixon, M. Mitchell, L. Holloway, K, Hutchinson, J. Cresswell, J. Rice, J, Cappadona, B. Purdy, G. Titus, C, Reidle, L. Mclnturf, C. Kemmerer, C. Burkey, M. Sylvester, C. Grono, B. Allen. Concert Band: T. Larkin, J. Umstead, T. Shetler, M. Tuori, W. Shanahan, B. Marks, A. Smith, Mr. Howard, L. Reed, M. Marshall, G. Brennan, S. Collins, K. Fleming, B. Sever, K. Knowles, L. Shevel, D. Kent, M. Checkley, L. Nichols, R. Brown Jr., C. Umstead, A. Watkins, C. Baily, F. Munroe, V. Russo, M. Hayward, B. Waltenberger, E. barrow, P. Corbin, S. Caley, C, Daub, C. Grono, M. Keys, C. Mason. CIRCLE K Circle K: D. Restrick, M. Barefoot, J. Stinson, G. Orsolini, G. Davis, H. Girting, B. Jones, S. Smith, R. Wil- loughby, D. West, A. Jones, A. Mag- nuson, 0. White, J. Roler, S. Davis, D. Calcaterra, J. Flinner, J. Lilja, J. Cappodona, S. Mclnturff, G. Stin- son, G. Wetmore, R. Ingland, R. My- rick, M. Pauley, R. Pritchard. CAMPUS CAMERA The year is now over. . .a year of surprises and routine. . .dis- appointment and jubilation. . . reflection and projection. . . From the many vicissitudes of ministration evolved community J. Steenson, B. Jack, M, MiUer, M. Keys, K. Foley, S. Newhall, L. Sarkissian, W. MiMer, D. Ross, P. Lawton, Missing : S. Moore, P. Baillie, B. Corkery, D. Gagnon, H. MuMer, L. Bul- lock, B. Haskell, D. Graham, B. Julian, B. Bradeen, L. Stanton, J. Yoder. 223 CYF COUNCIL CYF COUNCIL: B. Evans, T. Rear- ick, B. Borsos, G. Jackson, M. Keys, G. Wetmore, D. Restrick, P. Meyers, A, Scott. HISTORY CLUB: A. Houston, J. Maybury, F. Lowe, P. Lagasse, G, Wetmore, K. Griswald, J. Simon- son, G. Orsolini, L. Ranstrom, R, Peryea, Dr. Cameron, Miss Faulk- ner, T. Martin. EVANGELISTIC ASSOCIATION Dave Conrad ' s Team, D. Madtes, K. Richy, R. Boothe, S. Rog- genbaum, D. Conrad, B. Dur- ham, D, Falvo, D, Hamby, L, Holloway, V. Mountz, L. Het- rick, C. Vantol, J. Maloney, D. Shwankel, D. Wooster, M. Trice, D, Gra- ham, G. Metcalf, T. Heimbach, D. Bowser. Frank Lowe ' s Team, G. Wills, P. Lagasse, F. Lowe, G. Arnold, G. Jipson, J. Hunter, i l. Moyle, M. Wil- lette, B. Christie, M. Becher, M. Konrad, S. Varsa- lone, D. Ennis, L. Perkins. 228 KARATE CLUB KARATE CLUB: B. Willoughby, B. Caley, D. Flack, J. Cappadona, S. Doxy, D, Ray, J. Helm, C, Gardner, E. Miller, K. Carney, B. Jack, B. Julian, C. McCallum, R. Melton, S. Gordon, J. Maloney, L. Hunter, L. Weir, K. Gagne, B, Bowen. ocsc OCSC: D. Warren, D. Gagnon, M. Frauman, G. Cheung, R. Caley, M. Tuori, P. Coy, A. Ho, S. New- hall, F. Nemeth, P. Lawton, J. Steenson, D. Poutre, J. Cather- wood, B. Lampert, C. Russell, J. Stanley, M. Slyvester, C. Temm, T. Simmons, l l. Yarborough, B. Jack, L. Sarkissian, K. Foley, D. Ross, T, Ramsey, W. Miller, T. Sands. I NAUTILUS Faith Woodend, Editor Sue Collier, Business Manager Section Editors: Myra Campbell, Student Life Debbie Collins, Faculty Amy Watkins, Sports LuAnn Hetrick, Underclassmen Vicki Mountz, Underclassmen Chuck Sinclair, Art Photographers: Stafford Frederick like Rundiett Leon Blaise Marty Trice Assistants: Steve Roggenbaum Dave Bowser Dean Moser PHI DELTA PHI DELTA: D. Wilfong, R. Sim- ons, B. Gardner, F. Lowe, A. Mag- nuson, K. Constantine, T, Lanham, L. Sarkissian, A, Houston, S, Mc- Inturf, R. Taylor, T. Blandon, D. Wanner, E. Cooke, F. Nemeth, G. Orsolini, T. Ramsey, P. IMyce, W. Miller, J. Cox, D. Scott, D. Troup, C. Gonzalez, L. Shevel, J. Cress- well, J. Cunningham, J. Disciullo, P, Coy, P. Madtes, D. Fehr, F. Barksdale, B. Hildebrand, B. Keys, L. Gill, Dean Young, Advisor. SASW S.A.S.W.: T. Lanham, D. Poutre, T, Morris, B. Bradeen, S. Marlett, S. Darsch, L. Whitling, D. Brickley, L. Schmitt, K. Phillips, S. Reedy, D. Heckman, L. Stadler, D. MIddleton, J. Macchi, A. Bowen, J. Tuck- er, B. Wiseman, K. Alm- quist, L. Stadler, R. Beau- dry, L. Coulter. S.I.A.: T. Sands, A. Jones, B. Kier- stead, M. Herstein, P. Hoffman, T. Lanham, E. MacRitchie, D. Mar- ville, D. Mattmueller, S. Roggen- baum, B. Willoughby. 230 SNEA SNEA: S. Moore, D. Romeo, J. Scott, D. Sammarco, B. Trumbauer, B. Neff, R. Emery, S. Rhodes, J. Hall, H. Hoser, D. Marshall, M. Checkley, D. Scott, D. Kitchen, D. Bleh, B. Hllderbrand, P. Miller, L. Pearsall, J. Reilly, E. Syska, L. Messaros, D. Hastings, D. Wetzel, D. Bogart, D. Ross, J. Clark, D. Dellorusso, J. Emigh. wsos WSOS: R. Parker, A. Miller, C. Vantol, D. Hamby, D. Bleh, V. Mountz, R. Boothe, J. Cox, L. Russell, D. Mar- ville, T. Heimbach, B. He- berle, P. Myers, R. Lavigne, P. Cox, 231 SUMMER MINISTRIES ONE FOUNDATION Jan Malony Lora Stadler Ray Buckley Jim Ross SMC Dawn Heckman Robin LaVigne Calvin LaVigne Bill Taylor HARVEST Linda Nichols Diane Ward Jon Helm Jody Umstead CAT Diane Bieh Flo Barksdale Arlene Miller Janie Newbert DISCOVERY PLAYERS Layne Mclnturff DAYBREAK TRIO Cheryl Burkey Dawn Heckman Calvin LaVigne On May 26, 1975, the former New England District Superintendent, the Reverend Donald Irwin accepted the Presidential Medallion to assume his roll at Eastern Nazarene College. Rev. Irwin began his ministry at the age of 18. He has pcistored in several cities in Florida, California, Tennessee, and Illinois. He has served on many advisory boards dealing with education and home mis- sions. He continued his interest by traveling in over 40 countries and visited nearly 300 missionaries. He graduated from Asbury Theological Seminary and has done graduate work at the University of South- ern California. On May 31, 1976, Rev. Irwin will receive his honorary doctorate from Asbury College. President Irwin has witnessed major changes in E.N.C. during this year. The spiritual emphasis has been an overwhelming factor that has brought the campus and community closer together. He is also encour- aged by an upturn in enrollment for second semester and applications for the fall of 1976. He is working toward providing more career majors at E.N.C; career counseling and beginning next fall, a new major in Christian Education is being offered. The challenge of surviving financial difficulties is one of President Irwin ' s major concerns. This need is met by the support of our local churches on our zone and the increase in our enrollment. His wife, Lillian, adds extra warmth to the campus and community. She is involved in activities and sharing with students. The Irwins have two children. Their daughter, Linda, is a teacher at Massachusetts Field Elementary School in Quincy. Donald, their son, is a senior at Olivet Nazarene College. President Irwin must be commended for his vital interest in each and every student as an individual. He is readily accepted as administrator and friend by the student body. It is in this regard we welcome Rev. Donald Irwin, President of Eastern Nazarene College. STUDENT SERVICES CARL AND RHONDA WINDERL Resident Counselors, Spange- Williamson DAVE FLACK Resident Counselor, Shields MARY JONES Switchboard BARBARA MCBURNIE Nurse DICK PRITCHARD Resident Counselor, Memorial 238 The Department of History emphasizes the importance of human and Christian values in the affairs of men and of nations. Through a study of the decisions and actions of men, the historian examines a spectrum of values and the results of their implementation. I chose to major in history for three reasons: (1) I enjoyed the study of history. (2) I did well in history courses. (3) I was attracted to two outstanding Christian scholeu-s who exemplified the ideals that I sought to emulate. In graduate school, I found the same type of individual cuid that is why I majored in English history. One day as an undergraduate, standing by the water fountain outside the office of the dean of the college, I felt distinctly that I should pre- pare to teach history at Eastern Nazarene College. With this year, I conclude twenty-five years of teaching on this campus. Over the years, the Lord has indicated that I should reject attractive offers of other positions. Today I strive to maintain the ChristieUi and academic ideals of such predecessors as Dean Emeritus Bertha Mun- ro and Professor James H. Shrader. James R. Cameron PHILOSOPHY RELIG10N1 WILLIAM E. MCCUMBER, A.B., Professor To my mind philosphy is something you " do " , which, of course, includes thinking. The department of philosophy ad- dresses itself to the conventional problems which constitute part of its subject matter; and encourages students to engage in the practice of critical thinking; the analysis of ideas and truth-claims; the actual working with hypotheses, deduction, and induction in problem-solving; the very practical attempt to relate reason and revelation. I chose the field of philosophy because it seemed to give me precisely the kind of logical a and speculative tool I needed for a synoptic understanding of my own faith and life. There was never any question about the primacy of faith, but my faith sought understanding, hence philosophy. That the philosophical quest became my " work " was a very satisfying second blessing. A dedicated philosophy teacher at EIMC inspired my search as a student, and later the college provided the opportunity for my in- spiration to find expression in teaching. The basic motif of my teaching over the years has been my commitment to the belief that a warm heart and a clear head should ever be in dynamic juxtaposition. In my opinion the department of phi- losophy fulfills a basic function in a Christian college if it can help keep these two, faith and philosophy, in creative tension. Wilbur H. Mullen RELIGION PHILOSOPHY SOCIOLOGY CHARLES R. GAILEY, A.B., A.M., PH.D. Professor R A U s T s H o c C. i a B t U e L L P r C o K, f e A. s B., s o M. r S. W. DONALD P. BRICKLEY, A.B., A.M., PH.D Professor The purpose of the Department of Sociology and Social Work is to assist the student to develop an understanding of man in time and space within a Christian frame of reference; to find a future of satisfying employment in social work practice, edu- cation, or research; to provide a sound foundation for graduate studies. I chose the field of sociology and anthropology because God called me to be a missionary while I was in high school, and I felt that this field would best provide me with the education- al equipment that I would need to understand and communicate with people of another culture. I am fully convinced of the value of Christian education. To me there is nothing hackneyed about the phrase, " the best in education combined with the best in the Christian religion. " Charles R. Gailey GWEIMDOLYIM E. MANN, B.S., M.ED. Professor DONALD E. REED, A.B., B.D., A.M., PH.D. Associate Professor ROBERT E. NORTON, B.S., M.ED., PH.D. Associate Professor ROY E. HOLLIS, A.B., M.ED., PH.D. Assistant Professor The purpose of the Education Department at E.N.C. is to train young people to go out into the public schools and influence their students to enter into useful and dedicated lives in whatsoever field th ey eventually choose as a vocation. With the great variety of winds that are blowing throughout a confused world today, there is certainly no greater challenge for a young person than the class- room. For it is here that the opportunity abounds for a teacher to help bring about order out of chaos in the thinking of the young people of today and instill the basic Biblical precepts as did our earlier educators. My profession seemed to unfold for me in the development of natural sequences. For from my earliest recollec- tions I have always loved children and young people and have wanted to be of service to them. Teaching at E.N.C. was a door that opened and one through which I definitely felt the leadership of God. Eeistern Nazarene College was not my choice but God ' s choice for me. It has increasingly become my destiny. I have found my teaching at E.N.C. to be both rewarding and fullfilling as I have discovered avenues through which creativity could flower and Christian ideals be instilled within searching and receptive minds. Gwendolyn E. Mann CHARLES L. OWENS, B.S., B.ED., M.B.A. Assistant Professor JACK MACCRACKEW, A.B., M.B.A., J.D., LL.M. Lecturer , PHYSICAL EDUCATION JAMES SMITH, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor NANCY L. DETWILER, B.S., M.ED. Associate Professor ALICE WHITING Library Secretary LIBRARIANS DOROTHY A. KING, A.B., A.M., M.L.S., M.ED. Librarian . . . 252 SUSAN J. WATKINS, A.B., M.L.S. Assistant Librarian STUDENT AID REGISTRAR T. RAY BENSON, A.B., LL.B. Director of Student Aid BARBARA C. FINCH, A.B., M.S. Registrar CHARLES L. OWENS, M.B.A. Assistant to the Registrar PATRICIA A. LARKIN Assistant to the Registrar,! , 253 PUBLIC RELATIONS, RECRUITERS GARY JONES, M.B.A., M. Div. Director of Recruitment and Communications RICHARD PRITCHARD, M. Div., M.ED. Associate, Office of Recruitment and Communications GORDON FORWARD Recruiter J. HOWARD BRIGGS Recruiter WILLIAM MCCUMBER, D.D. Pastor, Woliaston Church of the Nazarene JAMES COPPLE, B.A., M.Div. Associate Pastor COLLEGE YOUTH BUILDINGS GROUNDS WALTER HEDBERG Maintenance Assistant IVIARIOIM IVIACLEOD Housekeeper, Spange- Williamson OLIIM KLOCK Mechanic ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The position of NAUTILUS editor is not a job it is a life style. Most of one ' s waking hours (and some sleeping) are consumed with thoughts of the book ' s detailed planning and production. There were difficult times when the pictures of an event didn ' t turnout, or when you found out your " great idea " for a certain section cost too much or when every photo- rapher thought someone else was shooting an event. But then there were those times when things worked out just right. It was those times and those special people that made them possible that made serving you this year a rewarding experience. The concept that God is interested in every area of our lives is not a mere statement but has become a vital part of my faith. I want to thank God for His assistance with and interest in my job as editor. In those times when overwhelmed with responsibility and feelings of inadequacy God responded with a calmness out of which came many ideas for the book. So if there is anything of value in this book — the praise belongs to God. The 1976 NAUTILUS is the result of a joint effort. I especially want to thank my Business Manager, Sue Collier for all her hard work done so efficiently for and her friend- ship and support beyond the requirements of the job. Thank you, Stafford, Mike Marty, and Leon for your faithfulness to the photography of the book and your patience with me after giving you so many assignments. To the section editors Myra, Amy, LuAnn, Vickie and Annie a special thank you for your job well done. I wish to thank the rest of the staff, Steve, Chuck, Debbie, Dean, Dave, Jeannie, Eloise and Lerae for your various contri- butions as well . The Student Council and Dr. Cameron were also very supportive and we as a staff would like to thank you. A special thanks to Greg for his assistance with some of the copy. We appreciated the cooperation received from Josten ' s American Yearbook Company and our area representative. Bob Murphy. He gave us the special combination of excellent technical advice, encouragement, and friendship. Rappoport Studios and Mr. Bottlestone provided us with efficient service and beautiful photographic results as evidenced in the Senior Section. Credit also belongs to Larry Yerdon and the Quincy Historical Society for the use of their files and photos in the research for the Bicentennial section; to Taylor Publishing Company for the use of their tree design (TAYLOR TALK, ISSUE 3, 1975); and to Fred Cawthorne for photographing the prism and spectrum for the cover. FEW ABBATE, DENNIS J. 12 Brookhill Ave. Edison, NJ 08817 ACKER, JEAN E. 27 Hayes Lane Lexington, MA 02173 ADAMS, PEGGY S. 7429 Hardy Raytown, MO 64133 ADAMS, TIMOTHY R. 7429 Hardy Raytown, MO 64133 AHONEN, LISA M. 506 North B St. Lake Worth, FL 33460 AKELEY, COREY J. 7 Conewango St. Russell, PA 16345 ALDRICH, FRANCES 21 Dixwell Ave. Quincy, MA ALLEN, BECKY C. RFD 1 Allenville Rd. Bellows Fall, VT 05101 ALMQUIST, KAREN E. 58 Mt. Vernon Rd. W. E. Weymouth, MA 02189 ANDERSON, JACQUELINE L. 232 Colwell Dr. Dedham, MA 02026 ANDREWS, JAMES K. ANDREWS, LOIS J. 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New Cumberland Orbisonia Petersburg Salisbury State College Washington First York 275 CHRISTIAN ACTION TEAMS SUPPORT TEAMS STUDENT MISSION CORPS CAREER MISSIONARY SERVICE LOST AND FOUNDS DISCOVERY PLAYERS Department of World Missions Jerald D. Johnson Executive Secretary for information write Richard Gammill Department of Home Missions Raymond Hum Executive Secretary + for information write Roger Bowman Department of Youth Melvin McCullough Executive Secretary " frfor information write 6401 Paseo Lane Zachary Kansas City, Missouri 64131 (816) 333-7000 276 MAINE DISTRICT Rev. J.E. Shankel District Superintendent 1040 Riverside Drive Augusta, Maine 04330 DISTRICT OFFICERS Secretary Jon K. Gray Treasurer Mr. Sherman G. Irving N.Y.P.S. President Church Schools Chairman Rev. Wayne A. Crevoiserat Rev. Paul D. Basham N.W.M.S. President Mrs. Dorothea Brown ADVISORY BOARD Rev. J.E. Shankel Rev. John C. Evans Rev. George W. Whetstone Mr. Raymond A. Hunter, Jr. Mr. Sherman G. Irving TRUSTEES TO E.N.C. Rev. J.E. Shankel Rev. John C. Evans Mr. A. Fletcher Wright Mr. Elery Harris NEW YORK DISTRICT Rev. M.V. Scutt DISTRICT OFFICERS District Superintendent P.O. Box 179 Secretary Treasurer Yorktown Heights, N.Y. 10598 Rev. Arthur Hughes Mr. Raymond Reed George Gressett, at large Rev. Clarence Jacobs, at large 279 PITTSBURGH DISTRICT Dr. Robert I. Goslaw District Superintendent 175 No. Road Butler, Pa. DISTRICT OFFICERS Secretary Rev. Kenneth L. Akins Treasurer Miss Lucille Rush N.Y.P.S. President Church Schools Chairman Rev. Barry V. Mohney Rev. Mayne Minich, Jr. N.W.M.S. President Mrs. Marjorie Goslaw . . » • t • . V v.. ADVISORY BOARD Dr. Robert I. Goslaw Rev. Wayne H. Acton Rev. Jack Christner Lauren Cousins Willis Whitling TRUSTEES TO E.N.C. Dr. Robert I. Goslaw Rev. Dallas D. Mucci Lauren Cousins James Hetrick UPSTATE NEW YORK DISTRICT Rev. J. Wilmer Lambert District Superintendent 400 Longmeadow Dr. Syracuse, N.Y. 13205 DISTRICT OFFICERS Secretary Rev. Morris E. Wilson N.W.M.S. President Mrs. Vera McKim N.Y.P.S. President Rev. Paul Wehr Treasurer Rev. Blair H. McKim Church Schools Chairman Rev. Elmer E. Wilson ADVISORY BOARD Rev. J. Wilmer Lambert Rev. Roland Dunlop Rev. Clarence Hildreth Mr. John Bodine Mr. Bud Woodcook TRUSTEES TO E.N.C. Rev. J. Wilmer Lambert Rev. Morris Wilson Mr. Henry Henderson Dr. Samuel Henck VIRGINIA DISTRICT Rev. Gene Fuller District Superintendent 3704 Prosperity Fairfax, Va. 22030 DISTRICT OFFICERS Secretary Ralph Ahlemann N.Y.P.S. President George E. Stevenson N.W.M.S. President Mrs. Gene Fuller Treasurer William Ballew Church Schools Chairman C.V. Spaulding, Jr. ADVISORY BOARD Rev. Gene Fuller Rev. William Ballew Rev. C.L. Thompson Raymond A. Carr J. E. Fox TRUSTEES TO E.N.C. Rev. Gene Fuller Gordon Young James Ahlemann Raymond Carr 282 WASHINGTON DISTRICT Rev. Roy E. Carnahan District Superintendent 2509 Jonathan Rd. Ellicott City, Md. 21043 DISTRICT OFFICERS Secretary Treasurer Rev. George Teague Rev. G. Lindley Adams N.W.M.S. President Mrs. Roy Carnahan N.Y.P.S. President Kenneth W. Murray Church Schools Chairman Rev. E. Verbal Williams E.N.C. graduates are cordially invited to seek secular employment and full or part-time Christian service on the Washington District. For placement opportunities, you are invited to call the District Superintendent for further information and assis- tance. ADVISORY BOARD Rev. Roy E. Carnahan Rev. J. Weston Chambers Rev. Tom Nees Kenneth Creswell L. Keith Peck TRUSTEES TO E.N.C. Rev. Roy E. Carnahan Merritt Mann Paul Freese J. Weston Chambers WESLEYAN CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Orchard at Pearl Street Albion, Pa. Pastor: Rev. Donald H. Hennen Students: Mike Burdick Wayne Hennen — Graduate FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 11 th and Wyoming Streets own, Pa. Pastor: Phillip Chatto Associates: Allen Tricia Frank ENC Student: Rich Simons i BETHEL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Outer Dayan Street Lowville, New York Pastor: John E. Alder Student: Lu Ann Meszaros B R A D F R D FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 55 North Bennett Street Bradford, Pennsylvania Jack Christner, Minister Greg Jack, Student 284 BALTIMORE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 8801 Rogers Avenue, Ellicott City, " Maryland " Get thy tools ready; God will find thee work to do. " Browning 285 FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Ith Nanlicoke Avenue Endicott. New York Pastor: Rev. (j!enn Evans OUR STUDENTS: Pam Corbin Bob Evans Ramon Greene Rick Rouse Greg Titus Peggy Titus ERIE FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE GEORGE L. WOLF, PASTOR Congratulations to the 1976 Graduating Seniors! FIRST OlIMl© Ocean Avenue at Garfield Place East Rockawav, New York Rev. Arthur Hughes, Pastor ENC STUDENTS: Doris Drage Irene Jackson Linda Pearsall Anderson Rearick Owen VV- ' hite EPHRATA CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE North Academy Drive at Dawn Avenue, Ephrata, Pa. William D. Mowcn, Minister Ron W. Richmond. Minister of Youth Education Clarence E. Sweigart, Minister of Music G. Thomas Spiker, Mini.ster of Pastoral Visitation RNC STUDENT Diannc Schwankl HKILL CHUR( F THE NAZARENE nt Swank, Jr., Pastor STUDENTS ( !,. R) Linda Shamlian Diane Mazzaconc CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE !436 Nev land Avenue Jamestown. New York Rev. Ciair E. Umslcad, Pasi , ENC Music Group Craig Umslcad Graduating Si GLENSIDE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 172 Churchtown Road Pennsville, New Jersey Rev. Paul F. Knight, Pastor Congratulations to the Senior Class of 1976 OUR ENC STUDENTS: Robert Atkinson Debbie Marville Pattie Marville HART AVENUE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 205 Hart Avenue Washington, Pa. Rev. Mrs. W. G. Williams Each Lord ' s Day we gather at 10:00 in the morning and 6:00 o ' clock in the evening. If ever you pass by at these hours, please stop and worship with us. LOVEONEANOTHER CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE no Westfield Ave. East, New York Rev. Dennis Alan Miller. Pastor FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 601 E. Second St. Oil City, Pa. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Students: Sue Andre Hersey Linda Whitling 764 Hathaway Road New Bedford, Mass. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Rev. C. Leonard Newbert, Pastor Rev. Jesse Fisher, Associate Mr. Donald Arey, Jr., Youth Minister N. Marshall St. Burrowes Ave. Lancaster, Pa. Rev. Chester M. Williams, Pastor OUR STUDENTS: Yvonne Hawk Carlton Williams ENC STUDENTS: Flo Barksdale Betty DeCastro Kathy Gagne Janie Newbert John Souza ■ Congratulations Class of 1976 ' Where a warm welcome awaits you. " 291 MANCHESTER CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 236 Main Street, Manchester, Conn. Neale McLain, Pastor Donald Kauffman, Associate STUDENTS: Barbara Carlton Debbie Collins Douglas Fish Randall Fish Betty Gardner Brian Kilpatrick Debbie Romeo Leon Thibodeau Rev. McLain STUDENTS: First Row: Debora Cox Rosalyn Reynolds Second Row: Regina Roar William Gray Pastor: Rev. Loren W. Gould FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 357 Paper Mill Road Newark, Delaware 292 MEL WOOD CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 6906 Woodyard Road Melwood, Maryland Lee McCleery, Pastor We are backing Eastern Nazarene College with our prayers, finances, and students Students Dave Freese Robin LaVigne Graduating Seniors Faith Woodend Bart " Sonny " Hersey NEW BRIGHTON CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Penn Ave. at Fifth St., New Brighton, Pa. Rev. Kenneth L. Akins, Pastor Student — Marcia Herstine Congratulations Class of 1976 PAINESVILLE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 6235 Chestnut St., Painesville, Ohio Dale E. Hilkert, Pastor NEW CUMBERLAND Rev. Ouentin Caswell, Pastor CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 294 FIK6C CfoUKCfo of the DRZRRene 408 Knickerbocker Avenue Paterson, New Jersey Pastor L.E. Tucker Student Ken Kindler 295 SALISBURY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE PITTSBURG — LINCOLN PLACE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Rev. Chesley Perkins, Pastor STUDENTS: Dawn Heckman — Senior Jeanine Heckman — Freshman Susan Marlatt — Junior June Pitchford — Sophomore Congratulations Graduating ClasS ' of 1976 800 Johnson Street, Salisbury, Md. Rev. A. Ralph Montemuro, Pastor Rev. Ellis Horton, Visitation Outreach Rev. Gerry Wood, Youth Music STUDENTS Christy Cale Debbie Hastings Greg Niblett Brian Widdowson STUDENTS: Karla (Barror) Kent Mike Shene Tim Grosse Rev. Elmer Wilson Senior Pastor PLATTSBURGH CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 187 Broad Street Plattsburgh, New York SERVICES: Sunday School Morning Worship Evening Praise Mid-Week Fran Patnode Associate Pastor Calbarp Cfjurcl) of tJje Centre Avenue and Fourth Street Rev. Clair H. Fisher Pastor Thomas Sands ' 76 Graduate 5 " Strengthening America in her Bicentennial Year 1776-1976 by renewing our Faith in God. " s SCHUYLKILL HAVEN CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 220 West Main St. Pastor; Rev. Rose Hoffman ENC Student: Pat Hoffman Congratulations i Graduates ' of 1976 SUNSET ROAD CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Burlington, New Jersey Rev. James F. Mahan, Minister OUR STUDENTS Dan West Patty West WILMINGTON CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Wilmington, N.Y. Pastor: Rev. Leonard Suhr ENC Student: Donald Warren " Get Wisdom Get Understanding " Proverbs 4:7 FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 2929 Midland Avenue Syracuse, New York Rev. Newell D. Smith, Pastor Federal City Road Trenton, New Jersey Pastor: Rev. Ronald M. Adams Students: Cynthia A. Severs Thomas S. Martin Congratulations 1976 Senior Class ' We believe in ENC " W. astor ice Giles, ksst. Pastor Our Students: George Arnold Barbara Chase Mary Helen Dunlop Jeff Hunter Linda Perkins Steve Perkins Glen Wills I 4401 Sixteenth Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. Rev. Samuel N. Smith, Pastor Congratulations upon your graduation, and sincere best wishes for a meaningful, satisfying, and happy future. TWIN-BOROUGH CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Fift h Ave. and Washington St., Royersford, Pa. " Located near historical Valley Forge. " SOUTH HILLS CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Dallas D. Mucci, Pastor Thomas E. Rockrohr, Assistant 5601 Library Road Bethel Park, Pa. Rev. Mucci STUDENTS AT ENC: Ken Bailey Debbie Criss Jim Flinner Jeff Lilja Paula Metcalfe Judy Mucci Cindy Riedel John Roler Lorelei Schmitt George Stinson 301 FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE E.N.C. Students: Kris Ball David Wilfong Congratulations to our Graduates: David Ball Francine Gabel Rick Myrick Jay Peters " Greetings from Northern New York ' s famous Thousand Island Summer resorts. Congratulations to our graduates. Be sure to visit the Watertown Church when you visit the Thousand Islands. " 9i?olla5ton Church, of the ' Dlaiatcnc 37 East Elm Avenue — Wollaston, Massachusetts «-.v,l,. , Pastor E. Verba! Williams FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 805 S. Pine St. York, Pa. Springettsbury Day Care «fe Nursery School for Children 3 — 5 years " The intelligent man is always open to new ideas, In fact he looks for them. " (Proverbs 18:15) Congratulations Class of 1976 Our Students John Brown Jim Carter Sue Collier Tim Kahler Regina Wamei The NAUTILUS Staff wishes to thank a very special per- son for her contribution to the production of the 1976 yearbook. Her timely support has brought to completion many of our endeavors. 304 ”
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