Northern Essex Community College - Lumen Yearbook (Haverhill, MA)
- Class of 1974
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Text from Pages 1 - 176 of the 1974 volume:
“ Don ' t believe what rout- eves are telling you. AH they show is limitation. Look with your understanding, find out what you already know and you ' ll see the way to fly. ” Jonathan Livingston Seagull NORTHERN ESSEX COMMUNITY COLLEGE Haverhill, Massachusetts i THE LUMEN BOARD Editor in Chief ' Marian R. Quinlan Assistant Editor Sandie Jasinski Photographs Editor Kevin Correa Sports Editor Joel R. Minsky Business Manager Brian Sullivan Advertising Manager Patricia Lucas Artist Elaine Hopkins Senior Layout a nd Tv ping Editors Donna LaMothe Marie Pitts Susan Sharkey Photographers Norman Bonin Dave Eevasseur Ken Shiff Advisor Paul McGradv 3 x The 1974 LUMEN BOARD wishes to dedicate the yearbook to President Harold Bentley, for his outstandin dedication to the advancement c today’s youth. “ I don’t know what your destiny will be. but one thing I know, the only ones among you who will be really happy are those who have sought and found how to serve.” Albert Schweitzer 4 OJJ Q 9 10 12 13 15 16 17 SENIORS 18 20 Jim Zaroulis Scott Marcelais Betty Lou Parker Rita Richard Cathv Powers Doug Sawyer 22 George Spanos 24 Kevin Martin “ Every joy is gain and gain is gain; however small. ” Robert Browning Gail Slye 25 Rick Paolina Paula Nolan Denise Breton Carol Parker Norman Bonin Marie Piccirillo Ed Foote Debbie Case Donna Childs Bill Fredette 27 28 Martin Martakos Debbie Fletcher Gary Wright Nancv Dean Ann Savage Donna Wholev j Jan Mcl.ean. Wavne Barnes. Pal Taglianetti. Mary Petersen, Flame Mammon. Alice Schoepflein 30 Rhonda Griffin Peggy Harvey “Laugh, it won V harm you. Take your time. . . Turn your hack on the shadows and live for the sun. ” Paul Williams 31 Debbie Blazok Kathie E.acrett Norman Devaeau I erri Goyette Paula Charles Donna LaMothe Debbie Dunton - David Bernard Tullgren. Ill 33 Linda Feener Dave Clark Elaine Hopkins Madeline Stinebisser 34 Marie Pitts Cindv Wood Elaine Lavoie A F.J. Duggan 35 A I Shirlev Kenneth Cindi Collins 1 Debbie Ban field 36 Cynthia Nassiff Terry Cassano “77s the true joy in life , the being used for a purpose , recognized by yourself as a mighty one. ” George Bernard Shaw 37 38 Joan Connolly Dian Kingston Bruce Brover Isabelle Rohner » K.athv Mollica Judv Drisko Sandv Kneeland Gail Griffiths 40 Jim Cunningham Andrea Ames Ann White Lourdes Izquierdo 41 Barbara Kono 42 Barney Reilly Suzanne Lessard . . your smiting is a sign to what is before us . . Kahil Gibran 43 wr 44 Sue Hewitt ft! Ellen Menard 45 46 Sally Jesinowski Jean Bourgelais 47 48 Sherry Casey Ken Shiff Hold fast to dreams For if dreams die Life is a broken winged bird That cannot fly. Hold fast to dreams For when dreams go Life is a barren field Frozen with snow. Langston Hughes Gary Sohevin 49 Dennis Pelosi Sandie Jasinski Ruth Barr Alice Andrews 50 Jeannie Skelly Marian Rynne 51 . • - 7 ; ■ . Frank Kinslow Mike Toto Rhonda Pearson Jackie Micalizzi 52 Patricia Lucas Dons Stuart Pat Gleichauf -e? Dan Crook 53 Sue Rossetti ) J Sandie Paulsen Donna Murphy Marie Rigazio 54 Karen Coakley MaryLlIen Conte “If people were like flowers, we could all, of every color, be happy in one field 55 Debbie Gifford ' 4 Marv Jo Martin Joanne Ratte, Noreen Kennedy. Ann David. Jean Teutonico, Patti Collins Kathy Cole 56 Dawn Ferratusco ■ ' + h + i Diane Burridge 57 Sue Carroll John Wazlaw Ronnie Derich, Ed Rodrigue ,, Norman Devaeu, Sam Maranto Mary Letizia 58 Tom McCarthy ' •-T Lynette Clough Roanne Fitzgerald . Jack Reece 59 John Asselin Paula Nigrelli Svbil Wvman Kenneth Diodali Brian Sullivan 61 62 63 65 Registration . . . remember? O Blood Day 68 69 70 71 73 74 Charles Adie Robert McDonald Judy Moran Fritz Chang Math Priscilla Page Secretary, Evening Div. Nursing Lorraine Staples Secretary, Nursing Donna Harriman Dotty Holmes Secretaries, Guidance - 75 Albert Boulanger Nursing Home Adm. William Taglianetti Chairman, Div. of Allied Health Services Thelma Halberstat Lois Marchand Fran Larsen Nursing George Bailey Communications 77 Carl Beal Director Physical Education Barry Bluf ' er History Eileen Bateman Director Evenins Div. Nursing Paul Bevilacqua Educational Assistant Director and Government Mr. C ' harlesworth Secretarial Science Gabriel Brahm Communications Eugene Connolly Communications Chairman 79 Mr. Crowell Mr DeSchuytner Science Alfred Emerson Makota Harada Fine Arts Tim Haven Fine Arts Doloras Haritos Nursing 82 Mrs. Halloren Nursing Chet Hawrylciw History Mr. Holden Science Jack Hess Asst. Director Physical Education 83 Eleanor Hope Communications Mr. Horgan Business Liz Jacobson Secretary to the President Bernie Horn Communications Linda Kraus Communications Paul Jarvis Psychology Frank Jarvis Communications Roland Kimball Communications John Mainer Communications W. J. Marble Communications Francis Leary Business James McCosh History Patricia McDermott Remedial Reading 87 » v A vxO Richard Mesle Historv Frank Padellaro Business Joan Morin Secretary ' to the Asst. Dir. Continuing Ed. Peter Padney Communications c Selma Singer Sociology Mr. Sipples Communications Usha Sellers Sociology Dr John Spurk Chairman Head of Liberal Arts Mr Turcotte Communications 92 Judy Tye Child Care Bjfij m 55H 1 IO 1 iij r t K 1 v ] Jack Warner Director of Student Activities and The College Center Barbara Webber Asst. Director Continuing Ed. Tom White Science 93 1 Elizabeth Wilcoxson History JZ r Milo Williams Business 94 Duane Windermiller Dept Head Psychology i: Sociology Dr. Clarence Wood Psychology 95 Betty Coyne Guidance Gene Boles Fine Arts Mary Harada History I Liz Jacobson Secretary to the President 97 Dick LeClair Director of Counseling Cheryl Manno Sec to the Dir of Student Activ ities 98 Pat Parker Asst. Librarian and Communications Joe Rizzo Psychology 99 Jane Shaw. R.N. Student Health Services Ronald Sevigny Supervisor, Grounds and Building I rank Taillon Head of Security 100 Dick Heider. Bob Calwan, Ray Willett, Scotty Dakers, Bob Dufor Maintenance 101 102 T 103 104 1 05 106 107 108 mmrn. 109 T ] 14 115 Physical Education and Leisure Sports the physical education program here at NECC is not a mandatory program for its students. In- stead. Carl Beal and Jack Hess have developed a program of physical education and leisure sports that are offered as elective courses to the student. In its second year, the program has met with good success. ? 118 I 19 TENNIS TOURNAMENT WINNERS: Loren DiVenuti, Usha Sellers. Peggy Auger. Steve Falite. Steve Boyer. Joe Dunn 120 122 Coach Ai Bradley Student Government 124 Student Gov ' t and Class Officers Donna Childs. Maurice Chabuz, Mike McNeal, Dawn Wedgewood. Jini Smith. Leon Seymour. Peg Murphy. Tom Giambarresi, Norman Bonin, Dave Tullgren, Cindy Stauff. 126 127 Drama Club “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” 128 129 WRAZ 130 The jocks of WRAZ 131 NEGG0 NORTHERN ESSEX COMMUNITY COLLEGE OB tKVER Mark L. Scaison, Editor Richard O ' Malley. Asst. Editor Ken Coffin Micheal Coleman Cynthia O ' Neil Algrid Sunskis Man Vangile 132 The Lumen Board Suzi Sharkes Marian Quinlan. Sandie Jasin ki. Sharon Williamson. Elaine Hopkins. Patlie Lucas. Marie Pitts. Donna LaMothe. Kevin Correa. Dave Tullgren. Norman Bonin 134 MMNW 135 136 137 MASSACHUSETTS AND NEW HAMPSHIRE mERRimncK VflLLEV BHRK Business and Professional Men’s EXCHANGE Peter W. (Pete) Lucas Incorporated Mrs. Norman Hamer, Proprietor YOUR BUSINESS IS OUR BUSINESS Representing the VERNON CO. AROUND THE CLOCK AKUUMJ 1 Mb L ALhNIJAK Advertising Specialties 688-8376 686-6398 6 Russell St. No. Andover. Ma 31 Dartmouth St. Lawrence, Mass. CHERRY WEBB. LOWELL HAVERHILL GAZETTE LEMKINS of HAVERHILL. INC. LULL HARTFORDS. LOWELL H. R. SAWYER SCHWINN. HAVERHILL WOOD-ABBOTT CO., LOWELL CHELMSFORD Albert Caron Mona Duquette Kevin Dadoly Anita LiDerie Bob Santerre Valerie LeCIerc Yvette Raymond Mr. Mrs. Leo Ouellette Nancy Kearny Annette Allen Mike Vaillancourt Luane Desmarais Mike Searles Tim Kudalis Jeanette Worcester Mr. Vaillencourt Carol Boudreau Conrad Berube David B. Tullgren. Pres, of Senior Class A Friend HAVERHILL NATIONAL BANK Merrimack St. Main St. Westgate Plaza Bradford Georgetown Groveland Amesbury • Savings Accounts • Term Deposit Certificates • Free Bank Money Orders • Club Accounts • Mortgage Loans • Personal Loans DRIVE-UP WINDOW • Home Improvement Repoir • Loans - Auto Loans • Pass Book Collateral Loans • Postage Paid Save By Mail • Travelers Checks • Safe Deposit Boxes WALK-UP WINDOW ALL DEPOSITS INSURED IN FULL MONTHLY DIVIDENDS COMPOUNDED DAILY FROM DAY OF DEPOSIT TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 35 MERRIMACK STREET 46 WASHINGTON STREET HAVERHILL 372-7731 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 156 158 - 159 160 161 The Lumen Board extends a sincere, appreciative thank you to their advisor, Pau 1 McGrady. Ad- visors are there to advise. We do not have to take their advice, but only listen to it. However, our staff chose to both listen and lake Mr. McGrady’s advice: and therefore, you are now holding the Lumen. 1974. in its greatest form ever. 162 Jack Warner, in August of 1973, told the Editor of this book to go ahead, and produce the best yearbook yet. Be- cause of Jack’s encour- agement, the Best Of NECC has been printed. Very special thanks are due to Joe Donovan, of the Keller Co., for all his “extra’s” in helping us produce the 1974 Lumen. With- out him, the book would not have made it. 163 This school is reality. It was once a dream. In 1960, Harold Bentley was ap- pointed director of a new ' college, named Northern Essex. However, the building that was to be the new ' school was hardly that acceptable as a college. President Bentley had a dream. A school on sprawling acres. 1965 brought a deed to the Presi- dent. in the form of 110 acres, on which to build his dream. President Bentley’s dream, that be- came reality, has given many their reality, and to some their fantasies. Northern Essex lives on, because of a dream. 164 165 . . that freedom is the very nature of his being, that whatever stands against that freedom must he set aside, be it ritual or superstition or limitation in any form. " Jonathan Livingston Seagull 168 wm. j. KeueR A DIVISION Of HERFf JONES I BUFFALO Nfw YOK 1 4 J 40 716-834 c
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