Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)
- Class of 1926
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lfdward N. Grillin .
. . . Director ofSecondarjvEducation
. . . Principal
Director of Vocational Division
. Pr int in g
. . En gl ish
. l 1 Y00ltIl'0I'tx' ing
. . . fl I us ic
., . 'N -Cll'
t.harles B. Ilarrmgton I Hmm' 4 on 0 tgp
a l Prcparatorjvj
Jeannie B. lxcnrick
llorace liidger .
George A. Land
Alice A. Alden .
Francesco Argento .
Abner ll. Bailey .
Josephine D. Baker.
Nl. Aimee Ballard .
Beatrice l.. Bates .
Joseph A. Bedard .
Blanche F. Bemis .
Xlabel F. Bennett .
Gladys Al. Bigelow
llazel L. Blake . .
E. Warren Blue
Emily P. Burdon .
George K. Burgum
Maude E. Capron .
Gertrude XY. Carleton
A. llortense Church
llelen Cotton . .
Eleanor L. Cox . .
Julia M. Currier .
Fred ll. Daniels
Gladys F. Davis .
George XY. Dawson
Alfred YY. Dickinson
I loaseh old Arts
. Social Sl ad ies
Charles H. Mergendahl . . Mathematics
Gertrude E. Myles ...... French
Frances P. Owen . German, Social Studies
Edwin Pt. Pitt . .
James N. Potter .
Wallace E. Richmond
Wendell F. Smith .
. . Latin John L. Sullivan .
. Commercial llarold W. Thomas
Serving, illilliner-v, John Fitzsimmons .
Dressnzaking Maida Flanders'
French. Spanish Francis J. Foster .
. ilIUltH'lI1llll.l7S Cecile E. Giroux .
. . . English
. . . English
Draft ing Assistant
gl ish . gl I alhernat ics
. . Conzrnercial
Librarian. Engl ish
. il I at h erna I ics
. . English
. . English
. . Chemistry
. Social Studies
. t Ijfice Practice
. . . Latin
. . . French
. . . Science
. . . Design
. . Cooking
. . English
. Social Studies
Caroline Doonan . . . English
Elizabeth M. Eaton ...A 9 cience
Paul E. Elicker . . . lilathemalics
Margarita W. Ells . . . Drawing
Donald G. Enoch . . lllalhematics
Abbie I. Fiske . English. Vocal Expression
'Leave of absence.
May Belle Goodwin
Buth E. Gray . .
Baymond A. Green
Ethel llam . . .
George E. llardy .
Marion B. llaslam .
Irene M. llaworth .
Emily llazen . .
Arthur G. lflildreth
Frederick 0. llolmes
Mildred llood . .
Frederick K. Hussey
Arthur C. Jolmson .
Helen P. Johnst.on"'
Alice L. Jones . .
Robert M. Keeney .
H. Anna Kennedy .
Daniel F. Koughan
Grace S. Kuntz . .
Peter J. D. Kuntz .
Frances V. Lund .
Oscar Martin . .
Bertha P. Maynard
Ethel W. McGregory
Margaret McGill" .
Jessica F. Meserve .
. . . Electricity
. illachine Practice
I Science tffollege
l I 're pa ra l ory 13
. . A gricalture
. Draft ing. Science
. . A I1l0lIIOD1.ll'
. . . Electricity
Physical Ed acation
. Social Stud ies
. . . French
. . . Latin
. Science A ssislant
. Social Stud ies
. . . French
. . Spanish
. . Latin
. . . . Science
. . Social Stud ies
Practice. 'Ifvpewrit ing
. . lllalhernatics
. . 'Ifvpewriling
. . . English
. . . Science
. . Social Studies
. Applied Design
. . . . Science
Phys ical Education
. . French
. Social Stud ies
. . Cooking
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Caroline H. Mills ...... English
Catherine A. Murray . Sewing, Dressrnaking
Edith E. Newcomb Sienography. Tvpewriling
Warren VV. Oliver .
Mary C. Owens .
Harry J. Patterson .
Harriet P. Poore .
Rosina C. Rathbone
Clara L. Rice . .
E. Louise Richardson
Vesta A. Richmond.
Edith M. Rideout .
Cora E. Riley . .
Cora W. Rogers .
Edna M. Ryan . .
Ralph M. Sanborn .
Helen A. Savage .
George E. Shattuck
Maude M. Shippee
Charlotte M. Simon
Flora M. Smith .
Elsa W. Stone .
Carl L. Swan .
t?Leave of absence
. . .Commercial
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Physical Eclacai ion
. . . . Design
. . . English
. lllalhemal ics
. . English
. . . English
. ll! alhemal ics
. . . . French
. . Social Slad ies
f Teri iles, English,
1 Social Slad ies
. . . . Hygiene
. . . English
. . Social Slacl ies
. . . . Science
Nelson C. Swan .
Alma A. Thomas .
John P. Tilton . .
Herbert D. Tinker .
Edward N. Tisdale
Ralph B. Tower. .
Ruth M. Twiss . .
Adele Waldmeyer .
Ida M. Wallace .
Louise VVetherbee .
Hazel VVhite .
Helen L. White . .
Leon L. VVhit.e . .
Katherine VVilder .
Daniel P. A. VVillard
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Lester E. VVilliams English, Social Slzzilies
William L. Young , English, Social Studies
hlary Danker ...... Secrelar-v
Evelyn M. Hammond . Secrelarv
Ginevra G. Harvie . . Clerk
Daisy Pillman . . . Clerk
Clara L. Wlest ....... Clerk
Ruth C. VVise ...... Secrelary
Easter I. Hamilton .
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ALBERT SALVA'I'OHI"I ACETO
I5 Magus' Pl.. Nvvst. N6-wton
"Good humor nmkns ull lhings
Tootiv: Horn March 1, 1008: Vo-
cational AT: Ilvirvv Grammar: Pratt
Institutv: Class Basvball. I. 2: Class
Hockvy. 3: Class Rvlay. I-.
BENJAMIN FRA N lx ADAMS
T21 NV?-bslr-r St... Nevdlnam
"7'h1' wise and uvlivr ronquvr
Ban. Big Boy: Horn Ovtobf-r T.
1007: Classi1'al2 yrs.. Svivntific Z2 yrs..
I4-C: Kimball Grammar: Middlv-
bury: Class Presidvnt. 2. 3, 4: Studs-nt
Counril. I, 2: Constitutional Cou-
vention. 3: Football Squad. 4: Exovu-
tivo Cl0llIIIlIIIf'P', MI-: 'I'rac'k Squad. I.
WARREN SANFORD ADAMS
I3 Hoge-rs St.. Nffwton
"Spurlsn1unship ulruw' ull olhrfr
Babe-: Horn Septvrnbvr 4. 1010:
Classival l0C:.Iunior Iligrll: Princvton:
Football. 4: Indoor Travk Manage-r.
4: Honor Roll. 1. 2, 3. 4-.
JOIIN BUCHANAN A K ER
I5 Hibbard Rd., Newton
"His disposition is us sunny
as his hair."
Jack. He-dl Horn January 4. 1008:
Scientific- IOC: Brighton High.
THEODOHA WOOD ALHREE
-'I-0 Shaw St... West Newton
" Nulure inlr'nrlr'fI you Io br' Ihr'
founlu in spring of r'hz'0rgfulm's.s'."
Dodie, Teddy: Born November 26.
1006: Classical 2 yrs.. General 3 yrs..
l4C: Peirce Grammar: Corume-ctirut:
Class Basketball. I. 2. 3. -I. 5: Varsity
Basketball. 5: Class Ilovlwy. 1.2. 3.
4. 53 Captain Class Ilockey. 3: Senior
mmm www 1 .1 nt .mmmuuum
21 Thornton St., Nffwton
"EIOrnul jvsl and valleys of per-
Carl: Horn Ortobf-r 25, 1007: Stvn-
ograplniv l00'I': Bigvlow Grammar:
Portia Law: Commr-rrial Club. 4.
Dt DIN VI'IIY ICDI'I'II ALLICN
188 Yvatvrtovvn St.. Nvwtonvillf-
uI1lI'l'l' ll'IHIIIfl In lwnrl o honrlf'
Dippy. Dot: Born Sn-plvnlbf-r 10.
1008: Classiva. 2 yrs.. Ile-nflral I2 yrs..
16C: .lunior lliglvz Chandlvr Svvrv-
tarial: Spanish Club. 3. L: Frvnvb
l'II.IiEHT KICIVI' ALLICN
5.1 Iionad Hd.. Wvvst Nc-wton
"Slrnng rvusons mukf' .vlrung actions, "
Horn Novvmbvr 3. 1008: Scif-ntilirv
lhC1 Lowe-r NI:-rion Ilighz Dart-
mouth: Math Club. VI: I"II'PIll'Il Club.
I: CIM' Club, 4.
DOROTIIY MAY ANDERSON
083 VVasliing.:ton SL.. Nvwtonville
"lf IIIIINIII' ln' llwfoozlof love. play on."
Dot. Andy: Born .Iuly 1-I, 1007:
Classival I8C: Horam- Mann Gram-
mar: Nvw England Conservatory:
Class llasf-ball, 1: CIW- Club. 3: Or-
vlu-stra, 1. 2. 3. -I-. 5: FI't'll1'Il Club. 5.
HOliI'II1'l' I'ENSICHS'l' ANDHICS
61 Kirkstall Hd., Ne-wtonvillv
"A l'0IIll7Il',' if-vou kunu' hnu' lv
Bob: llorn May 8. 1007: Svivnlitiv
IZWIC: Junior lligllz Football Squad. 31
Ilasvball Squad. 3: Iloa-km-y Squad. fl:
'I'ravk Squad. 3.
'10 Dalby St., lNvwlon
" llrr rnusir fillwl us willz d1'liyhl."
Chrisi llorn Augusl 26, l008g
Sll'llllQ,fI'1lIPlll1' l00'I': .lunior Iligh:
Drama Club. lg IlUIllllll'N'l2Il Club. l.
Nl YlI'I'l,li STATNIIISII NIWNOUID
I5 iIIlIl'IH'l' Sl .. 'Yvwlonvillw'
"lI1'l' I'IIllI'IlIliIlfl Inn' uml 4'llIll'lll-
ing zruvs nmlu' l-l'l4'II1,N.u
Nlyrtic-3 Born Sa-ple-mbvr I3. l04IT:
Shwnographic: l00'l': Junior llighg
l,a-gislaluro. I: Conslilulional Con-
H-nlion. 3: Iolln-y llall 'I'4'aln. 2. Il:
Social Commillvv. lg Svnior Play
YICTUR SANIIIIICHG II.-XINIEII
I6 Bradford lid., Newton Highlands
"The millions srflflnm err."
Viv: Born January 3. 10083 Scien-
tilic 1411: Ilydc Grammar: Frvnch
Club. I: Spanish Club. 3, 4: lNvw-
lonilv, l. 3, -l: Nvwtonian, 4: S4-nior
Play Conuniltvc, 1.
ALICIC A'l'lII'IlI'I'UN IIAKHINIAN
3 Hiplvy 'l'c'r., Nr-wlon Cvnlre
"A lr1uw'llPl' -l.l'lllII un unliqur'
Ally: llorn lNUVl'IllIlI'I' 18. 10003
Classiual IOCg Shanghai Anwrivan
School: Denison: Latin Club. 1:
linglish Club, -lg Class Ilovkvy. lg
Ilonor lloll, 'lg NlaLh Club, l.
JOSEPH W. HALL
26 llarvard Sl., lNalick
"Sony r.rpr'r'i1-mv' nmrlz' him xuyr'."
Joe: Born January III, l008Z XOVSI'
tional AT: Wilson Grammar: Fitch-
burg Normal: Class Baseball. 'lg
Hrwlay Team. sl.
ICLOISFI ADICLINE liAlII3I'II'l
26 Maple Avv., N4-wlon
ullllllllilllllll l'll!'I'liliIllIlPNN is II
sign of u'isrlnln."
Bobby: Born April 26, l008g
Classival ISC: Higm-low Grammar:
Boston lwnivvrsity: Alpha B1-ta. 1. 23
Nlath Club. 3. I-1 Class Ilovkvy. I, 2,
II. -lr: Iarsily Iloulu-y, 3. -I-1 Girls'
Class Iiasvball. l. 2: Girls' Yarsily
DORIS CAMl'I3l'Il,I. BAIITON
I0 Lmdvn 'll-r.. Nvwton
u1IIllllSlV'vV nzukr-.Q ull lhings
IJ0l1SPlll.0lIlbCI' 12, 10083 Classival
3 yrs.. G1-nvral ZZ yrs.. l6Cg Big:-low
Grammar: Boston linivvrsilyg Now-
lonili-, 3, 4, 5: 'Ylalh Club. 3, -I: Glec
Club. I. 2, 33 Class Xollvy Iiall. 2. 3:
Pl IOFIB li AGN ICS ISICLI,
ll Ivanhoe Sl., Nvwlon
" Happiness rourls Ihee in her
Phoflbg Ilorn Svptclnbvr 2, 1008:
General 16C: Bigelow Grammar:
Class Ilockvy, I, 2: Spanish Club,
3. l-: Math Club, 3, I: NPWIWOIIIIG, 1:
llonor lloll, 2: lNcwtonian. -1.
35 Carleton SL., Nc-wton
"fl Xllllllfl lmlv of lziylz xpiril
umltfull :J fun."
Bunny: Born July 27. 10081 Slen-
ogzraphic' l00'l'1 Bigelow Grammar:
Children's Ilospitalg Commercial
MARJORIE ISABICL BERRY
'57 Auburndalv Ave., Auburndale
"fl lzmrl will: room fur l"l'PI'VV joy."
Marge. Nlidgcg liorn March III,
1000: Classical 18113 Burr Grammar:
Simmons: Alpha Be-la. I. 2: English
Club. 4: Frenrh Club, 43 Library
Club. 3, lug Math Club. -l.
T6 Harvard St.. Newtonville
"A good head und indllslriolzs
hund are uvorlh gold in any land."
T1 Born April 15. 1906: Seientifie
14C: Claflin Grammar: Northeastern:
llflath Club. 2: Senior Danve Com-
454 Yvalnul St., 1Newtonville
Bog Born December 13, 1908:
Stenographic 109T: North Junior
High: Newton Hospital: Declama-
tion, 2: Dynamo, 2: Senior Play
Committee, 4: Commercial Club. 4.
12 Belmont St., Newton
"The quiet win, in lifes lung race."
K. Kitty: Born February 5, 1908:
Classical l9C: Jamaira Plain High:
Vllheatonz Freneh Club. 5: Glee
Club. 5: Math Club. 4. 5.
ALLAN RUSSELL BLISS
2-lt Somerset Rd., YYaban
"High ereclcd lhouyhls sealed
in u hear! of m111'lesy."
Al: llorn April 18, 1908: Business
1l1T: Haddon lleigrhls. N. J., Rhode
Island: Drama Club, 4: Commercial
Club, 3, 4: English Club, 4: Spanish
Club. 3: 1VIath Club, Il, 4: Senior Play
Committee, 4: Legislature. 3: Consti-
tutional Convention, 33 Social Com-
BERTHA ANNA BUISCLAIR
81 Dalby St., Newton
"A very rlerer girl by nature."
Bert: Born August -1, 1908: Sten-
ographic l09T: Junior High: New-
tonitc, 1: Drama Club, 1: Coln-
mercial Club, 4.
138 Lineoln St.. lNewton 1'1i,-zlxlanrls
iLTl1I'l'0 is nothing so lcinyllv us
leindness, und fllllhlillfl so ruyul ns
Kay: Born August 1. 10063 Classi-
Cal 2 yrs.. General 3 yrs., 1hCg llyde
Grammar: Boston School of Physical
Education: Vive-President Class. 1, 2,
3: Girls' Nice-President Associates. el:
Constitutional Convention. 4: New-
tonite, 2, Zi, 4. 5: Senior Play. 5:
Drama Club, 5: lNewt,onian, 5.
1'II,1ZA15li'l'H BON N EY
36 Parker St., Newton Centre
"The qnielcsl minds are gen-
erally llze most lzuppbvf'
Betty: Born April 1-1. 1908: Classif
Cal 10C: Mason Grammar: Simmons:
1W1alh Club, 14: Frenr-li Club, fl:
linglish Club. 3. 4: Library Club. -lt:
Class volley Ball, 1: Honor lloll,
1, 2, 3, -1: Alpha Beta. 1, 2.
MARGARET MARY BULTDHHAII
17 Beach St.. Nonantum
"Beneath whose dignily hide
wisdrznz and lore."
Peggy, Stubby: Born lllareh 229.
1908: General 16C: Junior Ilighg
Framingham Normal: French Club,
1: Newtonite, 1: Orchestra. 1, 2:
English Club, 3: Class Secretary, I:
Constitutional Convention, 1.
EARL BURGESS BOUIINIC
45 Mosslield Rd., VVaban
"The less we speak of his grrul-
ness lhe more we lhinle rj' il."
Born February 5, 1907: Scientilie
HC: Roger Vllolcott Grammar:
ELEANOR ELIZAB1i'1'll 13011 ICN
13 Hillside Ter., NYC-st Newton
"Sqft is the musir llml uwulrl
Betty: Born November ll. IUUT:
Classical HIC: Peirce Grammar:
Conneetieut: Math Club, Il.
.lUlllN ELLIS llOVl'l'IN
12 Parsons St., Xlrsl. Nc-wton
"fl silvnl, shy, pf'ru'f'-lo1'iny num."
Pylllagorusg llorn April 27, 1008:
liusinvss lll'l': Junior lliglig Boston
l'nivvrsil.y: N1'W'l0Ilil0. 21 Drama
Club. Il, lg Math Club, S53 Com-
uu-rvial Club, 3, 1.
CK'l'l l lfll l N li llllClN li llll!Ul.N Y
223 xY1'lDSl1'l' SI... Vlvsl Nl-wlorl
"7'l:,x' IIIIIIIFSI-VVS u Flllllfll' of llzkv
ll1'm'1 Illlfll Jlllll' 26. 1007: Ch-rical
20'J'l': l'e-irwf lil'ZlllllIlilI'I S4-uior Play
fTlllllIlllll1't', lg film- Club. 21 Com-
lllf'l'l'lZll Llub. l.
IS-Xlllil. l"l.Ulll'lfNClC llRlClxl'I'l"l'
2110 Mlburuslale- Nvv.. Nuburnllale'
"So fI'I'I', so kind. xn upl, so
lnffxxwrl ll 1ll'NIPllNlll.lIIl.H
lliuky: Born lilvvr-uiln-r l. N083
llc-uvral IIC: Picrvv S4-lnool. Brook-
.INNIC ULIX li HRIILHS
ill llillninglon lid., Nc-wlouvillc
"Sim has un ulnlrululwc' Qf
lloru July 30. IO0Tg G4-uc-ral lhllg
Croslvy lligll: Spanish Club, 2g lilac
Club, I-1 N1-wlonilv. lg S1-nior Play, -lg
Drama Club, l.
ITS l'arnu-nlvr Hd., VS est Newton
'Nha' r'unislu'.w Ihc frown from
!'I'l'l'AV fm'l'. ' '
'll-alflyg liorn Dvvmnluwr ll, 19083
Ste-nograplniv l00'l': Peirvf- Grammarg
Couunf-rvial Club. 43 lixcvutive Com-
niillm-, lx X ice--l'rcsidc-ul, 2, 33 Chair-
man Civic- Board, 4.
ww .X l ww' .W
MAE l'fLIZAlll'ITlI BHOADY
1155 Walnut Sl.. Nvwlon lliglnlauxls
"She's here, llwrv. and ezwry-
Born July 31. 1008: Su-nographic
l00'l': Mason Grammarg Commvr-
1-nal Llub, l.
FHANCICS ClAl'l' HIKUUKS
lo Ulf-nmorv 'l'4-r., Nvwl,on lliglllaufls
nfl I7Il'l'l'-V lwurl IIlllkPlh ll l'lu'r'l'-
l'4-lv, llrooksyg llorn January lil.
N083 Classix-al. 2 yrs., Sc-if-uliliu. 2
yrs.. IUC: SI.. .lolnusbury .M'aclc'rny2
fl0Illl1'1'll1'lIl1 Narsily llaslu-lball. Il, 1:
Captain, lg Class llaskvlball Il. l.
Captain. Il: 'l'c-nuis. 3. ll liuglisli
Club. l: l"re'm'ln Club. li ivllllll
Club. l: Nollc-y liall, IS, I-1 lNa-w-
Hl'IORCl'I TIIUNIAS lillUl'llY
ll Howe St., Auburmlale
" ll hy u'orr4v?"
l'al. Smiliu': lloru Juuu 5. N081
lluxim-ss lll'l': liurr Grammar: llasc-
ball Squad. Zi: Football Squad, 3.41
Track, 1: Conuun-rvial Club. bl-1 Junior
Y arsily llorlwy, Ii.
40.1 llalvrtowu SL.. Nvwtouvillc
'NTIS yumlwill nmlevs inlaflli-
Horn Junv lo. N083 Gvue-ral l6C:
.luuior lligh: Drama Club, 33 Glue
Club. lg Class llockcy, l.
DUHUTI l Y Nl lil! liI'I"l' HHUW N
ll Dicks-rman llcl., Newton lliglllamls
"Tim yrrvzlcxl medicine is u
Dol. Born Juuv 15. I908: Classi-
cal HSC. llydu Grammar: Vlbeaton:
Math Club. rl-3 Ffvlllfll Club, rl.
AGN ES Ylillt JN ICA BCC Ii LICY
216 ISPIIPYUP St.. N1-xxtuxi
"She nrude .vunslrine in lim
shady plu f'1'
Born SPIIIPIIIIDPI' l. l'-308: Cmn-
mprciul 20U'I'g l'z1rlu-r Iirznnlnurg
Cnrnlm-rx-iul Club. I.
.lUSEl'IlINl'1 Ill CKI,EY
38 YY invlze-str-r Htl.. NPNXIUII
" .X-l'l'1'l' lu.r11lfnr xpverlzf'
Jo. Jm-y: Burn .lzuiuary 22. IOUU:
Clzlssivzil HIC: Junior Iligliz Miss
Gibbs' Sm-ra-lnriul: Class Ilcwke-y. l.
2. 3. 4: Xursity llm-levy. I: Frf-nvli
Club. 4: Class llaisluftball. l: Class
BIDDING. J H.
1888 Cl0I1llIlUllV9f'lllIll A ve.,
"I pmpuxf In uruuv if nul if il
lakes ull rluuvf'
Hclrb. Iiurl: Horn .-Xpril 20. 1006:
Business III'I': Burr Grumrnar:
Sullolk Law: Junior Xursity Iluvkf-y.
I: Comnwrviul Club. 4.
ICYELYN NIIIDHI-QD Bl'RI'JlCK
312 Lake! Ava, New ton Iliglllanrls
"A gum! rnnrrudr. sleadfusl and
Bias: Born Fvbruziry 8. 1908:
Gffnf-ral IIC: Ilyflv lirzunnmr: Class
Xollr-y Hall. l: Xe-xxtnriitv-. lg Alpha
Br-ta. I, 2: film' Club. 3. -1.
XIARfilfIiHI'I'I'f ELISE Bl'RKl'I
63 flld Ifnglisli Hfl.. Chvsinut Ilill
"Of IIIIIIIIIPFS genlleg qf u0'm'-
l'z-gr: llorn Fvbruary 8. F7083
Clussir-al l8C: Hanson firurnnmr:
Ilnsmn 'llf-urlivrs' Collmm: Alplm
Hvlzl. I. 2: Urvlwslru. l. 2. 3: Nlzllll
Club. Il: Ifnplisli Club, Al: I"r0nc'ln
Club. 3: Ilunor Roll. I. 2: Claw
Yollvy Hull. 2.
IN JIU VI'llY LIN IXGST1 IN
23 lluxx tlmrne- X
"Tim rfvjv pink QI' In'1f8rll'nr1."
Ilully: Ilurn Se-ptvnibpr lfi. lfltlilz
. Y U.
4.luNsu':il Inf 1 llurr Hrzunlnur: Sini-
livin. l. 2: Xlul
libli Club. Il. l
l.lub, .,. I: Xlpln:
.IUIIN NX ICA
ll Eliot .Xu-.. XX
. , ,J - A-
. . .... .p. . . Ll-
,I r: y lu 1. 1
N ION lil SXX l'Il.l,
"BPiny1 lzillilrlrjfnrilrvl. hw 0llll'l1II.V 11. '
Huston I niw-rxi
Nlalli Club. I:
'I'raf'k. 2. fl.
liurn NHYPIIIIDPI' 41.
lll'I2: Junior lliprlni 8' gig?
ty: Ilfiilllll Club, l:
Incluor :in4l Uulfluur
I: Captain Inmluur
'I'ruvk, 13 Urnngv Iiouly Stull. -5, l.
llrl Alllf'lllllI'lP lic
"F1'ieml lo ll
NIAN Iil'XlSAl NI
mn u nd mn inex. "
Burn Dvcffrnlmfer 2T.
IHC: Mason Iiflilll'
English Club, Il. l.
.ui I'rvnvli Club. .53 I'ootball. I. .mt
'llravli Squad. l, 5.
PAIYL Ifli.-XXCIS CANIl'lSl'fI,L
30 Onlilunal St., Xen lon
" llff ix Prev' reudv f1r1du'1'Iliru1."
Soup: llurn J
unf? 29, 1907: Ilusif '
nvss lll'I': Big:-low flfiifllflliifl Iivul'
lf-y's Svliunl uf
I-lmfbull. l. 2: Llziss Buss-lmll. I. 2
.ll'I.l -X XXI
30 Ps-mbrokv Sl..
"Sim lu uyhx
llorn July IU,
IUOT: Junior I li:
fmrl IIT all luuyllz
li: Nliss XXII:-1-Im'k's:
lr, 2. 1.
'I' -X CANT!-Ill
ina - '
AN INA RICISIN A CARROLL
9 .Iona-s Ct., Newton
"Thr lrmple' of our puresl
llmuyhls is siIr'ru'P."
-Xnnabs-llv. Topsy: Horn Dvva-lllbcr
20. l00T1 Ilousuholrl Arts lull, Uur
l.amly'sg Nlass. tiunoral Ilospitalg
llm-allh fflub, Il.
ll-X R4 DLI! Iiklilxlill CARYICR
301 Lake' Avo.. INPVVIUII Ilighlanmls
"Thr ul'yulm'nlx of IIN' Slronyvsl
'HIFI' lllll'll,VS llu' moxl ll'!'I.!Ihl.,'
lu-vsp, lv-wpit-3 Horn Fvbruary 23,
10073 Classical IIC, Ilyrle Iirannnar,
llrowng Football, l, 2, 3, -13 New-
lonilo, l, 2, Ii, 53 Track Squad, I. 23
lfrvnch Club, Il, Spanish Club, 3, -lg
linglish Club, ZZ, fi. 41 Math Club,
2, Ii. I-1 NIWYIUIIIZIII. 3: Words of Class
IIT Crystal SL., Nc-wlon II:-ntrc:
Rorn ID:-velnlwr 30, 1000, Classiral
IOC: San Antonio Iligh.
Nl IRIAM fZA'l'lIl'IRON
T9 IQIIIIUFIE St.. lNewton Ifvntre
"ll lwn her deli:-ulc frvl fn Ihr'
rlunrc lrrinlcll' ruzlrlllf'
Nl:-nm, Mini: liorn August 9, 10092
tflassival lfltlg Beverly Ilighg Smith:
Drama Iilub, Ii, -1-1 Frvnczlu Club, I:
IZIIQJIISII Llub, -lg Math Llub, .L 4,
Drama Club l'lay. l.
l'l'IRlN.N NIAINiAlII'f'I' CAN ALLO
5-1 Uak Ave., XV-st N-wmn
" Young girls will lm young
l'lupf'na3 Ilorn April 212, 10085
Slvuographif' l00Tg Ikeirro Iirannnarg
ll0IllIllCI'I'l!ll Club, 4.
268 Nvwtonville AVP., lNvwtonvillC
"Tried and lru0."
Iii: Rorn July 25, N081 Slvn-
ograpliic IOQT: Junior Ilighg Corn-
mvrvial Club. -1: Constitutional Con-
vention, 3, Sf'IllUI' Play Connnittcv. I.
IIONV,-XRD RISIIUI' CIIAIDWICK
58 Oak St.. Newton l'ppcr Falls
"A good lzurdf and cz greul
Chick, Chad: Rorn March 31, 10083
Scicntilic 1-IC, Enwrson Grammar:
Wcsla-yang Honor Roll, 2, 3, Math
Club, 12: French Club, 2: English
Club. 4, 55 Newtonite, 4, SQ Execu-
tive fYiUIIlIIlIttPC. 53 Legislature, 5,
Civic' Board. 5: Ilasf-ball Nlanager, 4:
lfditor-in-r'luivl' lNf'wt,onian, 55 Musiv
ol' Class Ilynm. 5.
208 VYooclwarcl SL., Yvabau
Hllluxic is Ihr universe of lhc
Betty, Born Novvrnbvr 18, I908g
Gent-ral l IC: Ilyde Uranunarg Yvspvr
He-orgv Svhoolg Urvhcstra, l, 23 Legis-
laturv, -I: IYIFQIIIIZI Club, 3, Al.
36 Bc-aumont Ava-., lNf'vxtonville
"Ship A ,III-V',:l'Il'Ill1S.'l'
Billy, Born January 15, 1909,
Ga-ncral 24C: Walnut Ilillg Swf-ct
Ilriarg llath Club. 1.
ll20 Reacon St., Nexxton Ilighlands
"Rosy rherkx und dimples."
Al, Born April lh, 10071 Yocational
AT, llynlc Grannnarg Class Rasa-ball,
l, 2. 3: Class llovkvy, 2. 3: Class
Relay, -I, .Iunior Varsity llovkvy. 3. I.
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ELEANOR HAPGOOD CLARK
38 Allerton Rd., Newton Highlands
"Ari, fell me where lo draw lhe
Clarkie: Born August 29. 1908:
Classical 19C: Hyde Grammar: Skid-
more: French Club, 4: Honor Roll. 1.
ARTHUR HERBERT CLARKE
300 Centre St., Newton
"As quiel as 0 mouse and us
wise as un owl."
Archie, Clarky: Born June 19,
1909: Scientific 19C: Bigelow Gram-
mar: French Club. 4: Nlath Club, -l:
Spanish Club, 3: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3.
ROBERT HARNETT CLEMENT
8 Cedar St., Newton Centre
"A merryv fellow-consequerztly
good l'Olll1llllIj' . ' '
Bob: Born December 17, 1909:
Classical l9C: Cambridge High:
Yale: Legislature. 3, 4-: Orchestra, 3:
Newtonite, 3. 4: English Club, -1:
1Vlat.h Club. 4.
T5 Auburn St., Auburndale
"Er1rnesl purpose shown on her
Jimmie: Born June 29, 1908:
Stenographic 109T: Peirce Grammar:
FRANKLIN MINEH COBLEIGH
60 Forest St., Newton Highlands
"Tn knou' how lo hide one's
ubilily is greal skill."
Frank: llorn Marvh 11, 1908:
Scientilie ll-C: Hyde Grammar:
Colby: lntermerliate Football, 5.
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ELMEH JAMES COCHRANE
239 Webster SL., YVest. Newton
"My days pass pleasanlly
Al: Born July 4. 1908: Classical
19C: Peirce Grammar. Boston Col-
lege: Junior Varsity Football, 5.
252 Islington Rd., Auburnrlale
"A smile for all, 11 greeling glad."
El: Born February 18, 1908: Gen-
eral 16Cg Burr Grammar.
SHERMAN HOWARD COLEMAN
163 Pearl St., Newton
" N!l1IIl'P fllI'IIiSlIl'S nll lhe noble-
men we hlll'6.U
Truck: Born June 30, 1908: Busi-
ness 111T: Junior High: Boston
University: Class Football, 2: Com-
mereial Club. 4: Legislature, 3.
WILLIAM GORDON COLGAN
338 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands
HA man fu' purpose."
Bill: Born January 12, 1909:
Scienlilie 16C: Hunkle Grammar:
M. l. T.: Math Club, 4: Football
JAMES BYERS COLTON, ZZND
1150 VYalnul St., Newton llighlands
Ulflllfjflljl is un url lhnljru' m'q11irf'."
Jimmy, Bias: Born September 9,
1908: Classical 18C: llyrlc Grammar:
Harvard: Class Track, 1, 2: Drama
Club. 3, 4: Newlonitu, 3: Newtonian,
4: Senior Play. l: Xarsily Track. -1:
Drama Club Play. 1: tiles- Club, 2,
JAAHCS FURIXICS CUNNIFF
51 llriclgvs Ave.. Newtonville
"Il is fini' I0 have fl girml's
Jim. Hrulc-3 liorn Fvbruary 11,
1008: Srie-nlilif' IIC: Junior 11ig:h:
TN:-xx' lfngzlancl Cons:-rxalory: Spanish
Club, 1: lncloor 'l'r:wk. Zi, -13 Gut-
alour 'l'ra4-k, 2. 31. 'lg Captain, Al.
01.11 li C1'1AVl'131
12 Dc-Nh-r lid., Nvwlonvillo
U11lll'il',.V'S flu' l'I'l"V xpiz-0 of
l'ul1'g Horn Ge-tobvr 210, 10083
Classiral 18C: Junior Ilighg Wbllvs-
lvy: Nlath Club, 21. -l-: English Club. 41
Fr:-mrln Club. l: 1NvwtoniI4-. 21, ll:
Class Yollvy llall, 111 llonor lioll, 2.
CHARLES EDYYIN CRAXYFUIIU
18 Copley Sl.. Nvwton
"Zu1u1fls.' zrlml fl mun fill'
Charlie: Horn April 21, 10095
Classival IQC: Bigvlmv Grammar:
Darlmouth: Oulrloor Travk. lr: llonor
Roll. l. 2.
NIAHY YEINJNICA C110UG1l
10 111-:nick TN.. Nowlon
ufil'lll'f' IIVIN in ull luv' slrpsf'
liuclrlieg Born January 18. 19075
Clc-rival 209T: Bigelow Grammar:
Connnvrcial Club. -1.
OLIVE GERTRUDE CURTICE
83 Kaposia St., Auburndalc
"Qu1'vl fIlIllll'S!.V 1UII1l'Il mos! ln'-
mrnes ll uvnnmn."
Born April 20, 1908, Slonographio
l00'l'g Burr Grammar: Commercial
Club, 11, 4.
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EDITII STICKNEY CURTISS
599 Centre Sl., Nowlon
"ll'hf1I curclll she for lwurls
whfn onre pn.v.vr'.vsPd."'
Tvvnicg Born April 17, 1907:
Gvneral l6C1 Bigelow Grammar:
Chilclr0n's Hospital: Glas- Club, l.
GERTHUDE JORDAN DAY IS
2005 Commonwvalth Ave..
'AA rrl4u'1lr'n r11'l'1'r lzofrlf'
Dave-, Davin: Born June 18, 1007:
Classival 10C3 Burr Grammar: Wlwa-
lon: Fri-nch Club, 3, flag Drama Club,
11, -1-Q l,ibrary"Club. 43 Honor Holl. I, 2.
SAYILLH HUGHES DAN IS
Al-T W indsor Hd., Xvaban
ul1',1Hlll silrvrkv langue he lmlhf'
Davvg Born April 5, 19003 Classi-
Cal 18C3 Angier Grammar: Ylzillianisz
Newlonite, 33 Nlanaging Edilor, Al:
Alpha Bala. 1, 2: Englisln Club. 21. '11
1N'lathCluh, 3: Prize Speaking, 2, 31, 1.
NYILLIAM NASH DANIS
12 Simpson Ter., Nvwtonville
M H0 who ix u ffl-Pllll, UIIIVI-VS has
Bill. Born January 3, 10083
Scientific HC: Kimball Grammar:
Tuflsg Honor Roll, 1: Constitutional
Convention, 3: Legislature, 3: Alpha
Beta, 1: Glva Club. 2.
29 Fayolff' St., Nvwtou
Myrtg Born February 16, 1909:
General I6C: Junior High: Framing-
ham Normal, English Club, 3.
11 Murphy Ct., Newton
" Her smile and lovable ways
Flo: Born August 20, 1908: Stcno-
graphic I09T: Junior High.
104 Austin St., Nt-wtonville
"lWodc'sl,v has more charms
Bob: Born April ll, 1007: General
HJC: Bigelow Grammar, Boston
School of Physical Education: Eng-
lish Club 2.
14' Henshaw St.. West Newton
"ll'i1houf her, where is the yung?"
Peggie. Peg: Born March 5, 19093
Stenographic l09T: Peirce Grammar:
Framingham Normal: English Club,
3, 4: Commercial Club, 4.
EMILY EMERSON DOLBIER
20 Jefferson St.. Newton
"She hull: a natural, wise
Born August 30. 19073 Special 27Cg
T9 Oak Ave., W'ost Newton
"She is always as merry as her
Kay: Born July 19, 1907: Clerical
209T: Peirce Grammar: Senior Play
Committee: Glee Club, 2, 3: Decla-
mation, 2: Commercial Club, 4.
JAMES THOMAS DONNELLY
33 Crescent St., West Newton
"A jl00dfI'I.f'lld lo eiveryvonef'
Jimmy: Born October 23, 1908-
Business 111T: Burr Grammar:
Boston University: Class Football
1, 2, 3: Class Baseball, 1, ZZ, 3: Com-
mercial Club, -L.
ANNA ELIZABETH DONUN AN
36 Oakland St., Newton
".-1 core-blue Il'tll6?l'it1l'lIl171f'lf
Dunnie, Born October 6, 1007:
Stenographic 109T3 Bigelow Crani-
DOROTHY ELIZABETH DOVV
49 Prairie Ave., Auburndale
"Hinges of lrue fl'I-6lIdShliIJ
ne'er gn ruslyf'
Born September 18. 1905: Clerical
20912 Junior High: Commercial
MARY ELIZABETH DUANE
216 River St.. West Newton
"CheerQfulness is a hubilf'
May: Born January Il, 1900:
General 1-IC: Peirce Grammar:
Boston University: Class Basket,-
hall, 1, 2, 3: Varsity Basketball, Il:
Math Club, 3: Spanish Club, 3'
Club Hockey, 1.
EDWIN JOSEPH D UC AY ET
300 Linwood Ave., Newtonville
"Lei feminine wifes lead Ihuc
Duke, Eddie: Born May Itl. 1908:
Scicntilic I6C: Junior High: M. I. T.:
Math Club, 2, 3, 4: Assistant Mana-
ger Baseball, 3: Senior Play Com-
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NYILLIAM HENRY DIYGAN
I9 Pennsylvania Ave., Newton
"As he llzinkclh in his hmrl xo
liill: lioru Allglllhll 27. 10071 Classi-
cal IQC: lime-rson Grammar. lloly
Cross: Football, 2. 3.
3 lliplvy Sl., Nc-wlon Centre
"Tim nulurr' of ll'0lIlt'Il is
r'loxr'l'v nlliml In url."
llorn Svptc-nxlivr -l. H1081 Classical
l9C: llolmvs Grammar: VH-lleslcy:
Frvurh Club. 3: lfuglish Club. l:
RICHARD .lUSlil'll l'lAlll.Y
I0 Fore-st St.. IXL-wton llighlamls
" llc who is mr-ly is mww' lalcf'
Dick: Born January 19, 10001
Classical l8C: llycle Grammar:
Boston llniversityz Math Club, 3:
French Club, 33 Newtonian, 4.
l',l'IR'l'llA AMICLIA ICISNUR
1,10 Mount lvrnou St., Ncwlonwillc
"fl plmsuril rfirl will: ll pleuxunl
Born August 23. H1062 Sr-ieutilic
NIC: .luuior lligh: Normal: French
HELEN BARBARA IQIAX ELL
33 Brewster lid., lNewtou Highlands
"Ol slulvly lmuuly, -w'l nalurully
Born September 26, 1008: Classi-
cal 2-lC: llyde Grammar: Simmons:
Math Club, 3: French Club, 3, 4:
Newtonite, 3, 4: Orange Book, 3:
Glce Club, 43 Class Basketball, 4.
ANNA MARIE ERICSSON
28 Austin St., Newtonville
"A nmidcn should ln' mild unrl
Lie-f. Ann: Born Juni- Ill. 1908:
Ste-nog:raphiv l09'l'g Bigelow Gram-
MILDH ICD IR ICN li
1 107 Vliashington St., Vlvcst Nr-wton
" ll il is Ihr' sal! rJc'Ul1l'!'r'x11l1'or:."
Millie: Born .lauuary 23. 1900,
Clerical 200'l': llledford Ilighg Com-
mercial Club. sl.
1670 Centre St.. Newton llighlaufls
"As fair und sweel as Ihc sun
Dimples. lllonclie: llorn February
l-1, l90T1 Clerical 200'l', llydv Gram-
mar: Couuncrvial Club. 11.
NIILDIUCD NATALIE FAHEY
2073 Commonwealth Ave.,
"Slip l1l'l!IlIlPIlS fwery ylomny spol."
Nlilo: Born July 9. l908: Steno-
graphic l09T: Burr Grammar: Senior
Play. Al: Commercial Club, -li.
ll A ll BA ll A B UR N RTT FA H N U Nl
I0 Prospect Ter., Newtonville
"llt'r sl1'nd1'1' nose lip-lilled
like fl-fllIll'l'l'lS pelnlf'
Barbie: Born February 9, 1909:
Classical 18C: Junior High: Wiheaton:
Honor Holl, 2: Constitutional Con-
vention. 3: Girls' Athletic Board. 4:
Newtonile, 3: Class Basketball. 3, il-3
Varsity Basketball, 4: Manager, 43
English Club, 3, 4: French Club. 3, 4:
Library Club. 4: Math Club. 4-g
Orange Book, 3: Executive Council, -1-.
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JOHN VVIIITE FELLOWS
34 Playstead Rd., Newton
"The will lo do, Ihr' soul lo dare."
Johnny. Jack: Born June 20, 1009:
Classical 18Cg Bigelow Grammar:
llarvard: English Club, 3, -11: Drama
Club, -lg Newtonite. 3: Senior Play. 4:
Math Club, 31 Latin Club. 4-1 Alpha
Beta. 1. 2.
230 Hunnewell Ter., Newton
"Su'ecl is every snunrl-.wreeler
Julio, Julie: Born September 28,
1007: General 14C: Bigelow Gram-
mar: Leslie Kindergarten: Spanish
Club, 3, 41 English Club, 3, 43 Honor
RALPII SYLYI-ISTA FEOLA
59 Richardson St., Newton
"Oh, lhis learning. wha! ll lhing
Born February 5, 1908: Scientific
l6C: Bigelow Grammar: M. I. T.,
Outdoor Track, 3. 441 Class Relay, 4.
22 Agawam Rd., VVaban
"A man Qf lhe open fields."
Dick. Michael: Born August 26,
1907: Vocational AT: Jamaica Plain
High: M. A. C.: Agriculture Club, 4-g
WILLIAM MILES FLIETCHFIR
30 Plymouth Hd., Newton
"S1'lenl and unassuming he has
Bill, Fletch, Born August 7, 1908:
Classical l8C: Hyde Grammar:
Dartmouth, Math Club, 3, 4:
Hockey Squad, 45 French Club, 3.
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CHARLES FREDERICK FLINT
289 Highland Ave., VVest Newton
"Silence needs nu exercise."
Charlie, Born November 29, 1908:
Classical 19C: Peirce Grammar:
NI. I. T., Math Club, ll, 5: llonor
Boll, 1, Senior Play Committee, 1:
Manager Junior Varsity Football. fl-.
JUSICPII LYNN l+'URES'l'AI.L
208 Auburn St.. Aubururlale
"Speed: is qreulj bul SI-l6IlCF is
Joe: Born January el. 1908: Classi-
Cal 18C1 Burr Grammar, llarvardg
Football Squad, Sl, Football. 4.
MARGAIKFYI' IDA FORKNALL
286 Melrose St.. Auburndale
"Th-v rnode.wl.v's II candle lo Ihy
Peggy, Born September 23, 19083
Classical 18C: Burr Grammar,
Boston University, French Club, 3, 4:
Math Club, 44: Library Club, 4,
English Club, 43 Newtonite, 33 Class
Basketball, 3, 4: Varsity Basket-
ball. 4, Class Volley Ball, 3.
LI LLIA N ELEANOH FR EICM A N
45 Cheswick Rd., Auburndale
"Shui up in measureless conlenlf'
Lilg Born April 8, 1908: Classical
18C: Parlen Grammar: Wellesley:
Alpha Beta, 1, 2: English Club. -ll,
French Club. 3. Al: Latin Club, 31
Library Club, 4, Newtonite 3, -ll:
Honor lloll, 1, 2, 3, -l.
EM I LY MA E FROST
152 East Side Parkway, Newton
H Never lzaughlvv, never proud,
popular in every crowd."
Em: Born November 12, 10063
Stenographic l09'l'g Junior llighg
Boston University, Commercial Club,
4, Drama Club, 2.
INICZ ICl,lZAlilC'l'lI FUSI
201 Linwoml A wx, INPWIUIIVIIII'
"Zruluus, ,vrl llllllIl'NI.u
Sin-vm-1 Ilnru Us-tolwr 30, IQO8:
Sli-nugrrapliic' l00'I': Burr Grammar:
Boston INurmal: Drama Club. I:
linglish Club, -li: Commvrvial Club. I:
Dynamo. I: lXl'W'l0llll4,'. 2: IIFZIIIQIP
Hunk. ZS: Drama Club Play. I.
INl,NI.CUl.Yl I'Il.NY fl.Nl.lnXGlll'Ill
202 Crafls Sl., NHNYIUIIXIIIQ'
Mali llnru Nawornln-r III. IUUS:
Classival IHC: lhuw-lwslvi' lliulxz
Ililfllllllllllll IN4'VNlUIlll1', li: 'l'r:u-k. 2.
II. I: Caplaiu Uutrluur 'l'rac'ls, I.
INICISUN Vl l'ISl.l'IY lSAl.I,.-Villlili
IfrT Ilummwvll Avo., N1-wlun
" ,I lurwr uf Ihr' ou!-of-n'1mrs."
Nvllz llurn Uvlubvr Il, I005: Classir
val IQCQ lliga-lam Grammar: Nnrlll-
I'2iSll'l'llI Nlalll Club. Il: Ulm' Club. 5.
ANINA I'Il,I,l'IIX fl.-NIA IN
576 Hrnw' Sl., INPNYIUII lmwvr Falls
Ulqllllll' suv S,lI'.S llIll'l'l. llllf U
Iiuru Fc-bruary 20. IU08: Slvnu-
grapluir Ill9'l': llyrlc- Grammar.
ICINX :NIIIY IHIISINSUN
IIN Nl NIUNS
I9 Mvlrusv Kun. Allllllfllilllll'
"In Nlll'll u solrnrn 1:-fly."
lid, Iifldivg Horn January 28,
19081 llusinvss I I IT, Burr Grammar:
INUI'llll'IlSIl'l'llQ Commvrcial Club, I1
'l'rv:asurvr. I: Class Ilasvball. I. 2:
IDI-vlamaliun. 23 Class I"uolbalI.2,
H. ...I mm. .U ...ww ii. Ii H. ,wi
JOHN WENTWORTII GARDNER
213 Ilunnf-well Ter.. Nc-wton
"U silence u'1'rv galflrn, lu'
would be ri1'h."
Ilorn NIHFPII I2. I008g Svivnlilic
l6C: Bigelow Grammar. M. I. 'I'.:
Alpha Bvta. I. 2: Ifuglisln Club. -I.
Zlfll Clwrry Sl.. NN 1-st Ncwlnn
"Tlw flI'l'!'llSIl'llI'd lmlh fl qrpu'
.lvmyz Burn July 2l. H1083 Ilusi-
nvss lll'I': I'f'ir4'v Grammar: Hull. 3.
lg Laplam. It Colnlm-rs-lal Club, 'I-1
Prize Spf-akiug. 2.
ISO6 Cvntrc- St., Nvwlou lligrlilamls
"1 loud humor is wil und rumnmn
Gin. Ginuiv: llorn June' 8, F7081
Classival 2 IC: lie-vvrly lliprllz Sim-
mons: Drama Club. 5: l"r1'nr'Il
Club. 5: Ill:-1-Club, 3. I. 5.
.IUSICPII ICIHNAIIID GILI,
SI Nllarvvivk lld., VM-sl N1-wlon
"lip Iukrlh num! flvlirlhl in
.lmzg Burn April 25. N001 Classival
IOC: l'r'irr-me Grammar: Ilusluu Col-
lvgv: Iiuglish Club. 3: Ilaml. I:
llunur Hull. I. 2. 3, I: Urvllvstru. I.
2tl0r1-harml St.. IN1'xxIun
" ll 0 ull xhull 1-zvrwrnfmr' her."
Camivz Horn Junv 22. l00T3 Com-
lllf'l'l'I11I I09'I': Scum-rvillc lligrlig Fivld
llm-key, -lg Cmmncrvial Club, flu:
I"rc-nvll Club. -I.
I M: 'ww .1 .- i,ww,,m,u- 1, Nw .ivww..nmimwuww -1 tw uw www'-ww -'11
THOMAS WILLIAM til LLIGAN
101 Madison Ave.. N4-wtonville
"A sound mind in u sound
'1'om, Tommy: Born January 6,
1007: Classival 16C: lloravf- Mann
Grammar: Yalv: Junior Varsity
Football, 2: Ncwlonite, 3: Football.
2, 3, 4, 5: Captain, 5: llovkvy. 4. 5:
Baseball, 2. 3. 1. 5: Travk. 5: Athlvtit'
JO11N JOSEP11 CLYNN
32 Taft AVP.. NM-st N4-wton
UASUIINIIII rrulcrs run alwfpf'
Darby: Born Sf-ptmnlwr 9. 1908:
tlvnvral 10C: l'Pirc'v Grammar:
Boston Univa-rsity: Prizv Spvakiugz,
1. 2: Class Baseball, 1.
DOROTHY LOUISE GODDAHD
15-li Lincoln St., Newton llighlantls
Dot: Born August 12. 19073
Classical 19C: Hydv Grammar:
VY:-llvslvyg Newtonite. 3. 1: Feature
Editor. 4: Drama Club. l-: Senior
Play. 4: Baskvtball, 1,
ALICE ELIZABIQTH GOODNONV
270 Waban Ave.. VVaban
"A lruf' pal and -fll'l.t'lld lo
Al: Born 1V1arc'h 16, 1906: Cnneral
16C1 Ilopfidalv High: Milford 110s-
pital: Class Vice-President, ZZ: New-
tonitu. 2, 3: 1'1calt.h Club, Il. 4: Vice-
Prtfsitlenl. 3, ll-1 llomff l":K'UIlOII1lf'S
Club, 4: Glev Club. 1: liwvutive
Committee. 4: St-nior Play Com-
38 Balcarre-S Bd.. VM-st Newton
" IIN' eyes ll'!'l'l' large and dark."
Dot: Born S1-ptcrlilwr I, 1907:
Classical IQC: Nortlllielcl Svminary:
Wheaton: Clm: Club. 5: French
Club, S: Spanish Club. 4, 5: linglish
Club, 51 Class Baslu-tball, 5: llonor
LOUISE NIAY HONYICLL
519 Crafts St.. Vlrvst Nvwton
" Happy as u rlum nl high lirlpf'
Swvf-t Atlvlinv, Sww-tg Born Sop-
tvmbvr 17. 1908: flvnvral l6C: .lunior
High: Boston llniw-rsity: H109 Club.
-1-: Class Bast-ball. 2.
l1OBl'IB'l' CIINBLICS GRANT. JR.
T21 xNlZlSlllIIg1lOIl St., Newtonxillv
i'Bel:old.' ll mam for all im-
Bell. Bob: Born August 21, 10091
Businvss 11l'l': Brighton lligli:
Boston llnivvrsityz Outdoor Travk. 213
English Club, 3. -1-1 Commcfrvial
Club. 3, fl: Drama Club. 3, 1:
Trvasure-r. 21: 1'rf?sirle-nt, 4-1 Drama
Club Play, Il. 4, Dynamo. 2: Prize
Spcaking. 2: Svnior Play. -1.
WILLIAM JACKSON GRANT
22 Ardmore Bd., Vlbst Newton
" Now me and llze Prinre Qf
Bill, Ht-al: Born January 10. 1008:
Scientific IBC: 1Nlason Grammar:
Boston University: Junior Varsity
Football, 3, -L, Track 2. Il: Math
Club. 3. 4.
ETHEL '1'1101N'1AS1N E GBHAN EY
40 Old Colony Rd., Clwstmit. Hill
"1llhul is uiorlh doing ul all is
'wnrlh Illllillfl well."
Creanie: Born October 8. 1008:
Classical 18C1 Russell: Whvalon:
Alpha Beta, l, 25 Student. Counvil. 1:
English Club, 443 Fre-url: Club. -1.
IIILDA COATS t11lliANl'IS
12516 Centre St., Newton Cvutrc
nl,01'Pll jbr' her f1l'l1Ht' ll'llLVS.U
Jingles: Born Marvh 1. 10085
Commercial 1091: Junior High:
Commercial Club. 1.
3 . f 1
rx AQ: 1
TZEIE NETWT NEAN
f3TT Walnut St., Newtonville
"Hal Hope, Um chnrnicr, lin-
qervd slill b1'hIml."
Born April 2, 1908: Classical l8C:
Choate: Leland Powers: Math Club,
Zig lfnglish Club.-IA: Latin Club, 41
N4-xxlonian, -lg Senior Play Commit-
IN IRIS MARY GRIFFITH
56 lfldredge St., Newton
"Cond spnrlsnuuiship her aim:
populurily her rrouvrzf'
Dolly, Dot: llorn March T, 19083
Classical If yrs., General, 2 yrs., HC:
Fair llaven Grammar: Sargent:
lfnglish Club. Il, 4: French Club,
I: Class Nollvy Ball. 2. 3, Class
llovlu-y, lg llollor Roll, 1.
NI A RY IiS'l'l'lLLN IIADLICY
Ol Nlashington Pk., Newtonvillc
"Prim-ul lens! in lhe play."
Xlollyg Horn July 28. 1007g Com-
im-rvial lll9T: l'rovidencv Com-
mercial lligh: Commercial Club, -lf,
Senior Play. 'I-3 Drama Club, 4.
202 Langley lltl., Newton Centre
"'Ta'ux nulural lo please."
Al: llorn lNovember 29, 1908:
G4-nt-ral loffg Mason Grammar,
Simmons, llomn livonomics Club, 4.
Nl ILLIANI VERNON CROCKER
-19 Auburn St , Auburndale
"Thr rare is lo ilu' x1uLl'l."
Asa, Snatch: Born March 13,
IQNIT, Business 11l'l'g Burr Gram-
mar: Dartmouth, Class Secretary,
I-1 Class Football, 1, 2, Class Base-
ball. 1, 23 Varsity Football, 3, 4,
Glct- Club. 23 Executive Council, 43
Math Club, 3, 4-5 Commercial Club, 4.
133 Eastbourne Rd., Newton Centre
"There is hope in you."
lVlal: Born September 1, 19063
Classical l yr., Scivntilic 2 yrs..
General 2 yrs., 2 I-C, liclward Devotion
Grammar, Babson Institute: Swim-
ming Team. 1. 2, 3, 4, 51 Newtonite,
Ig Student Council, 4: Orchestra, 53
Senior Play, 5, Drama Club, 4, 5.
MARY CLAIRE IIAIUN ICY
42 Charlesbank Rd., Newton
"Inrlu.wlr,v niulrcx all U11-HHS C'4IS,V.n
Mitzie, Born January I, I008:
Clerical 20913 Bigelow Grannnar:
Commercial Club, 4.
PIIYLLIS ICLORA HARRI NGTON
53 Court St., New tonville
".,1xfuir us her hair."
Phil: liorn August 18, 19083
General IOCL Junior lligh, Simmons:
Library Club, 41 French Club. Il, ll:
Constitutional Convention, 3, Social
2T-l Otis St., West Newton
'Ullwuyvx a helping lmnfl and
Urnit-3 Born September 2, 1907,
General 1bC, Peirce Grammar,
Skidmore, Yolley Ball, lg Math
Club, II, lt, 5.
83 Forest St., Newton lrlighlands
"ul look and u smile for all."
Izzy, Horn Nlay 21, 1909, Classical
18Cg llyde Grammar: Wbllesleyg
Math Club, 2, 4, French Club, 4,
t1tt,,11,1111., 1 11111 11111, 11 1 111111111111 1-1,1 1: , 1
NELSON ALFRED HART
23 Columbus Pl.. Vest Newton
"The wise mul arlire conquer
September 3. 1008: Business 1I'l':
IIT Beaumont. Ave., Newtonville
" Here, lhere. r'1'e1'y11'lwl'e. dum'-
irzgl. f7l'llIIl'l-Nfl. xunbeum fair."
Fran: Born July 18. 1007: Steno-
graphie 100Tg Cony High.
DOROTHY EM MA IIAZEN
946 Boylston St., Newton Highlands
"She makes xweel n1usi1'."
Husky. Dot: Born July 5, 1008:
Classical II yrs., General 2 yrs,. 22'tCg
Hyde Grammar: Boston School ol'
Physieal Edueation: Drama Club. 53
Orchestra. 5: Drama Club Play, 5.
JAMES LAIDLAW IIEGGIE
T8 NYarwiek Rd.. Vliest. Newton
"Tur'l and lulenl make ll slrong
Jim: Born August 21, 10081
General HC: Somerville Junior High:
Boston University: Honor Roll, 2:
Newtonite. 3. 11: Editor-in-chief. 'll
Orchestra, 2, 3. -11: English Club. fl.
RETA ALICE IIEMENWAY
510 VVaterLown St., Newtonville
"A light hcurl Iirex long."
Pete, Red: Born November I,
1008: Classieal l8Cg .lunior High:
Simmons: Alpha Beta,2: Newtonite,
3. 4: Legislature. 31 English Club, 11:
Glee Club. 4: Senior Play Committee.
108 Concord St.. Newton Lower Falls
"A fellow of lillfllllilf' jeslf'
Mel, Hem: Born November 8,
1007: Seientilie IIC: llamilton Grani-
mar: llarvardg Football. 2. 3. -1.
86 Nonantum Sl.. Newton
uigiillll' urlixlx lll'I' gunrl: olhrrs
Peggy. Peg: Born Alareh 22, 10003
Classieal IHC: Bigelow Grammar:
Wiellesleyz Alpha Beta. l. 21 Math
Club. 4: lfnglish Club. -lg l"ren4'h
Club. -11: Irjfillllii Club, 4: Latin
Club. 1: Newtonite, 3: Newtonian. l:
Honor Roll, 1. 2.
CATIIERIN E AGN IGS IIESSION
1,1 llighland Pk.. lNewt.onville
"Nui f7Illl'l1 Iulkg fl gfrml .vzrvrl
xil1'llr'e. Y 1
Kay: Born May EI, 10063 Com-
mereial 2001: Junior High: Com-
mercial Club, L
ESTIIER ANN IIIGGI NS
21 Parker Ter., Newton Centre
"Be merry if you ure wise."
Iliggie: Born April I, 1007:
Stenogzraphic 109T: Mason Grain-
mar: Senior Play, 4: Drama Cluh.
4-2 Commercial Club, Ol,
6211 Walnut. St.. Newtonville
" Ile ulluins greul ,ll'l.!llllS.u
Slreteh: Born September 12, l00tlg
Classieal SIC: Boston l'ing:lish llig:h:
Dartmouth, Drama Club, 5: Senior
.1 fa 'M
LUIIISIC MARY IIINICS
T0 IXIIIIIPIIIPL Rd.. Newton Centre
"ll4'nll1' of spam-li, ,Il'IIlffIl'l.l'lll
Lu: Horn Srfptvlnln-r 11, l908g
tlvnvral 2lC1 NN ellffslvy High.
IT Cross St.. Wvst N1-uton
"fl happy ,lI'lll'l lms lnunlv
fr I-l'llllS, "
Dol: Born Us-tobvr Il. 100153 Cen-
4-ral 2flC: I'eirm-v Grannnar: Miss
Wilweloc-k's: lmgislaturv, Il.
GUY CUNS'I'AN'I' lltJ1.1iRO0K,JR.
I0l Waltham St.. NVest Newton
"Tim filllll' lhul ll lllllll wins
h irnwl I' ix lmsl . "
lied. Jockog Horn January 21,
l90T: Classiral IQCQ Horace Mann
hrammar: llarvaral: Baseball 2, 3,
I. 3: Captain. ll: Football. 3. 5:
llovlwy. 2. fl, ll. 5: Captain. 5: Ilonor
lioll. ll-: Class Kira--l'rcsiclvnt, 5:
Stuclvnt Council. 2. 3: Chairman
Atlllvlit' Commiltvv. 5: I':u'Clitivf'
IIl'll1lil'Il1'l' 01.01" ll0I,MS'l'l1ANlb
IT Cyprvss St.. Newton Cc-ntrv
" Ill' xloppml lo lil'lll1Pl'lIll'.u
Happy. Ilvrbivg liorn INUVPIIIIDPI' T.
10081 liusinvss lll'l': Nlason Gram-
mar: Boston llniu-rsityl liusinu-ss
Nlanagflr Nvwlonitv, 1: llusini-ss
N-I:1ll:igg1-r Svnior Play. l: Nvvwlonilv.
3, I: Cornmc-rrial Club. Il, lg Nlalh
IVIAIHICNCIC l5l'1I,l,lC IIUIWNOUIJ
181 IlIl2ll'll'SIHlllIk lttl.. Na-xkloll
".-I ynuflfrirlul of I'!'!'l'-Vllllfln
llfbllpyi llorn January 12, H2001
Sli-nogrrapluir lo0'l', lligzuloxx liraln-
RUTH MAl'1GAHlC'l' I'l01ltlII'l't1lN
131 Hivvrsielc St.. Ntatvrtown
uPIl'l.!'IIdlj' and llmuyhlful qi'
ol l1l'l'S. ' '
Rufus, Cookivg llorn July 21. 1007:
Genvral 1hC: Vlatvrlown Junior
High: New lfnglancl liaplist Hospital:
Class llaslwtball. 2. 3. I: Yarsily
Ilaskvtball. l-: Class Nollf-y liall. 2. Il:
Health Club. Il. l: Sf-vrc-tary. Il. l:
Home I'If'0llUIllIt'S Club. -1: Ilonor
Roll. 2, Il: film- Club, I.
IIIQHINIAN A. IIUXYARID
08 llivvrsicla- SI.. XXIIIUFIKWNII
" Illlllllfl in -Vl'lll'-Y. in jllllifllllfllf
llowir-1 Horn ,'Xug.:usl IT. H1083
Agriculture' ll'l': Parkvr llrammar:
Mass. .Ngrivulturalg Constitutional
Convvnlion. l: Junior Narsity llor-
kcy loam. 1.
RUSH VIRGINIA IIUGIIHS
181 Cabot St., Newton
"The fl'lLlI IIIIIIIJIDIIUXS :gf ll rr'-
Iiorn May 1, 1908: Classival IOC:
Junior lIigll: St.. IClizabPth's3 Mali:
Club. 2, 3, ll: Drama Club. 1: Class
llovkcy. 2, 3. lg Class Noll:-y Hall.
2,213 Nowlonitc 2. 3, ll: Ilonor Holl, 2.
HICIIAIID FIICLID HUNT, JR.
121 Nvwtonville Ave., IN1-wtonvillv
" llis IIFIIIYIN lr-ip ufmul him ul
Dick: Born June 10. 10081 Classical
IUC: Junior High: M. I. T.: Ilonor
lill'l'lI INIILIJHICD llll'I'CI'IINSON
lllilll Xlasluington St., Auburnclale-
"livuulAv is lrullzi lrulh is
llut,1'hio: Iiorn Dccclnbcr 251, 1008:
tim-na-ral HC: Burr Grammar: lim-
vrson: Nlath Club, 3, lg English
t.Iub, 4: Ifrnnch Llub. J, ll: film-
Club. -ll: lNewtoniau. 1.
H If It ww mmm, I. .mum ml ,H ww.,
ICUNICE MAY INMAN
9 Troy Hd., NYaban
"A 11111401 nzirllz she rlnlh
Bunny: Ilorn May 21, 1908:
tions-ral 1 IC: Burr Grammar.
PIIILII' CIIAUNCEY JACOBS, JR.
IZYT Eastbourne Hd., lXvwton Cvntre
uflllfl' I nmdv fl bl'!'ll,f.',
Jake. I'Izil: Iiorn Sf-plenilmr 21,
1008: Svifllltitiv l6C: Brookline' Iliglig
M. I. T.: Nlatlz Club. I. Al: Drama
IIUBEHT IiYICRIi'l"I' JHNIQHNS
230 Mvlrosv St.. Auburnclale
" Hr' was 1'nflf'1'1l Ihr- glass
lllhf'l'Pl-ll lhf' noble .voulh did lfl'l'SS
Punk. Jr-nks: Horn lVIarr'Ii I0,
1907: Businvss IIIT: Burr Grammar:
Bards-tt: Class Football. 1: 'I'ra1-k.
2: Conimvrvial Club. 5.
DORO'l'I'IIfA GRACE JUIINSUN
81 CiI'PSf"f"III St.. Nr-wton Centre
"Thr h1'nrf'n xurh flI'tlt'P rlid
lend h1'I'. Ullll shr' nziyhl Illllllllfll
Dot: Born Sf'IIIf"IIlbPl' 26. 1008:
General I6Cz Mason Grammar:
Normal Art: film- Club. -I: llome
Evonomivs Club. -ll.
WALLACE OSCAR JOHNSON
441- Ilunnr-we-ll Ave., Newton
.KAFIIIIJH is P,0!1llPIIl'P.n
VVallie. Spike-: Born March 13,
1908: Svientific' HC: Bigvlow Gram-
mar: Brown: Nlatb Club, 2: Varsity
Football, 4, 5: Intffrmvdiatfv. II:
Junior Varsity, 25 Travk Squad, 5:
Clerk of Associatvs, 5.
it .wo .l tl., .,
3,10 Centre Stl.. lYOVVlUIl
"A dinlplv in lhe f'hIYI11dPl'I.l
Buddiv: Born Uvtobvr l, IQUTQ
SlPIIO,g1I'llIbIlIt' ItI9'll: Higgs-low Gram-
IiYEI.YN NIA RIA N IQ IiI'l'II
13 Clarc-n1lon St.. Nvwtonvillv
" II lzlsllrn' llonil lmllzw' ln l1IllIl.u
Ev, K1-itlry: Iiorn August SIU,
1008: Slvnograpliir' I00'l': llvirt-1
Gramrnarz Iloslon I niwvrsityi Class
Svvrf-tary. 2: Girls' Allxlm-lim' Asso-
1-iation. 41: Lvgislaturv. I: Sf-nior
l'lay fi0I'llIIllIlt'fx, Al: lX1'VVltHlIlP. I:
Comrnc-rcial Club. -I: Drama Club. AI.
DAVID AIIIHA KIil.I,IiY
13 Floral St.. N1-wton IIi,uIilan4ls
"SpPe1'h is SI.ll'f'I'. Nlllflllff' is
Davv: Born Uvtober I6. I906:
Classival 3 yrs.. S1'if1ntiIi1'22 yrs.. I ICQ
ll Sylvan Ave., NNY-st Newton
"Slill ll'IllCI'S run clfwpf'
Bos: Born Novmnbvr 2-1-. 1008:
Classical IIC: IN-ir1'0 Grannnarg
Simmons: Class Baske-tball. I 3
Varsity Iiaslu-lball, -I
X IHGINIA I'FI'I"I'IGIIIiW
ll Sylvan AVO.. Waist Nc-vslon
"Thy rrzozlznvl-v's ll 1'r1r11ll1' lo lhqv
tlinniv. Gin: Born April III. IUUTL
Classival 3 yrs., Gvnvral l yi.. IIC:
Dorvlnf-stef Iligli: Boston linixvrsity:
Class Iiaskvtball. 4.
Xl A ll! QA ll lC'l' l l A Y ES
I5 Fur:-sl Sl.. Nvutun lliglllanmls
ul'J1lIll'Sl1Ul1l'l' lu ull lhe winds
Hubby: llorn Nlay Ill, 1008:
Classival l0Cg H1-rmantuwn Fric-mlS':
Xassar: l.aIin Club. l: l"r4-null Club.
lx linglish Club. -l: Glu' Club. lg
Class lluvkvy Captain. -I-1 Varsity
lluvkvy, ll: Class Haslu-lball, l:
Narsily liaslwtball. 43 llunor Roll, 4:
IIICLICFN FHA NCES K l'llN IN ICY
l9TT li1'avun Sl.. Waban
".'lu'uv ll'lf'1 lmuksf I will draw
mv lIlN1Jll'fllI.0Ilfl'UIII Irfv."'
llurn S1'IllPllllN'I' 20, IUUTQ Cum-
ms-rvial ZOOT: Rugc-r Wolvoll Gram-
marg l.llIllIllf'I'1'l2ll Club, l.
l20 liastbmnrnv lid., Nc-xx ton Centre
",'Uu.vi1' lmlh rhurm.v In xnnflwf'
M. Mliv: llorn January 27. H1083
Classival HSC: NIZISOII lirammari
Skllllll0l'l'1 Class llur-key, lg linglisln
Club. ZZ: FI'l'lll'll Club, Il. ll, 3: 'Nlalh
Club. 4. X arsily Orrlwstra, 3. l, 5.
NINHY l'Il,lZAlllC'l'll lxll.lilillN
233 lligblaml St.. XYvsl Nvwton
"Thr lrue serum' QI' rirlue' is
.W'l'1'llll-V QI' nzimlf'
lxibbic-. lxib: Burn AIIQJIISL 28,
H7033 lie-nvral lhCg Nhnnllaunl Park:
Class Hass-ball, l.
ANN Nlll.l'Jlll'IlJ lxlNli
lllll Crvsvmll Sl.. ,-Nuburnllalv
"lJiliyrm'r? ix Ihr' nmlhvl' fd'
llobbyg llurn Uvlobcr l2, lflllllg
CI4-rival 200'l'g liurr Grammar:
lfrvslunan Prize- Syn-akin::. 2: Cmn-
llll'l'4'llll Club. lg lN1'wslollile-, fl,
CICCILH LOUISE KINRAIDIC
363 VYalnut Sl.. Nvwtunville
"She who 1l4'xa1'I'f'x :WU m'z'4ls
Iltll IIIIIIUIPFJS pruixl'."
Barn January 5, l006g Special l lCg
lll'I'l"l'Y MOIQHISUN KNOWl,lCS
35 f:UlllIll0llN'Vf'2lllll Ava-.,
"lh'rn11l'0. 1Il'll.fl'. 11 nd winxrmuw
lhe 1-mbullirmfnl ag' f'h1:1'r1f:1lrless.'
BM: Horn D1-cellllwr I6, H1083
livnvral I Mfg Mason Grammar:
Yollvy Ball. lg llle-0 Club, 4,
M A ll Y A LICIC Al.lil'IH'l'llNI'1
381 W ate-rtoxxn SI.. N1-xstun
"Gund humor fx Ihr' lwullh af
Budalyg Horn April IT. lqlllll
Classival 2 yrs., llvnvral 22 yrs.. l-IC:
Junior lligh: llurclvll Cullvgug
l"rvn1'ln Club, I: l"r4'nr'h Club Play. L
CUl,l'INl.-RIN .IUIHNSUIX l,l'ffNlUlVl'
132 Plvasanl SL, Nl'NXl0ll Cvnlrc
"fix Illf'l'l'AV us Ihe IIIIUV is long."
Colo, llUllf'1 Horn Fa-bruary 4, 19083
Srivnlilin- l lC: 'Nlasnn Grammar:
l'ralI lllSlllIll4'2 Nlalln Club. -li Glvc
Club. Il. 1. 5: Spanish Club, 3.
JUIIN .l0SI'II'll LANE
ll-T Clark Sl., IN:-xxlnn Cvnlru
"Uv hull: lla' lII1lkl.H!IS :J an
Juv: liorn August l. l0llT:3vi1-ntilic
llC: llydv Grammar, Track Squad,
Il, 1. 5: Math Club. 5.
CLASS F 192
JOHN WOODBURY LANE
139 Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville
"Thou arl nol wilhoul ambi-
Jack: Born May 30, 1909: Scientific
16Cg Junior High: M. I. T,g French
Club, 3: Spanish Club, 3, 4: Math
Club, 4: Track Squad. 4g Legisla-
40 Austin St., Newtonville
"She floals upon lhe river of
Peggie, Peg: Born July 30, 19061
Clerical 209Tg Junior High: Legis-
lature, 43 Social Committee, 43 Com-
mercial Club, 4.
ANNA HELENA LARSON
21 Mason Rd., Newt.on Centre
"She with all the charms of
Lady Larson: Born February 18,
1908: Clerical 209T3 Rockport Ilighg
Commercial Club, 4.
GEORGE BARTLETT LAUBEN-
STEI N, J R.
67 Colbert Rd., West Newton
"All musical people seem to be
Laubyg Born August. 12, 19061
Classical 19Cg Burr Grammar: Har-
vard: Alpha Beta, lg Newtonian, 4:
Honor Roll, 1, 2.
Claybrook Rd., Dover
" Happy as lhe day is long."
Farmer: Born February 4. 19073
Electrical ATQ Cayrol Grammar,
Northeastern, Senior Play Com-
mittee, 4: Honor Roll, 3, Class Base-
ball. 1, 2, 3.
wwwwrwHiwwmmmwwwwwwwwuu1wwurwmmwuwwwuwwwuwwwwuuunnumuuuuwuuuuxxw1xuuwuurumwuumuuwmu ,rw mu . i 1
32 Orris St.. Auburndale
"In fuilh, luafv, you have a
Jap: Born February 10, 1908,
General 14Cg Burr Grammar, Sar-
EVELYN EDITH LE BLANC
265 Pearl St., Newton
"A sweel, dainly Iillle miss."
Billy, Born November 5, 19093
Stenographic 109Tg Bigelow Gram-
marg Commercial Club, 4.
HAZEL RUTH LEITH
91 Jackson Rd., Newton
"Il's nice to be natural when
you're nalurally nice."
Born April 1. 19083 Classical 19Cg
Junior High, Bridgewater Normal,
French Club, 45 Latin Club, 2:
Honor Club, 2.
FLORENCE LOUISE LEONARD
48 Garden St.. Newton
"Your voice robs the bees.
leaving them honehvlessf'
Flo-Flog Born January 7. 1908:
Stenographic 109T: Bigelow Gram-
mar: Emerson, Senior Play, 4: Drama
Club, 43 Commercial Club, 4.
RICHARD LEVVIS LEONARD
33 Maple Ave., Newton
"Here dwells no frown, nor
Dick, Born December 16, 1907,
Classical 18Cg Needham Highg Har-
vard, Math Club, 2, 3. 1: Newtonitc.
35 Newtonian, 43 Band, 4-3 Honor
lll'Il.l'IN VERA l,l'lYANDl'Ili
10 Grvvrl St.. Nvwton
"I?1'pruQf un hw' lips. lmul u
xmilr' on hm' l'KVl'.U
l.2lYI'llllf'l'1 liorn l"m-bruary 10. l90T2
Clvric-al 200'l': Junior lligh: Com-
llll'I'I'I1il Club. l-.
63 llarvard St., Nvwtonville
"Thr innru'a'nl 1ll'I' guy."
Horn April ll. 1000: Classival. 10Cg
llousv ln Tho l'in1's: YN 1-llc-slvyg
Alpha llvta. 1. 2: Novstonitc Il, -lg
Library Club. 4: Math Club. 213 llonor
, . . . 1
lloll, I. 1, 3, -1: l'.IlgIllSll f.lub, 11-.
lllVl'll l'1LLl'IN l.l'IVl'lS
ST llyde St., Nm-wton llighlands
"Thf'.v nre rirh who hure
llufus, Hunley: llorn Svptvnlber
24, 10073 Classival IOCg llyde
Hralnlnar: 1Nlt. llolyoluvg lfngzlish
Club. 5g:Nlatll Club. 2. 5.
180 .Adams St., Nc-wton
" Ilrr brilliumv' ix su1u'rlr."
Mill: Born January 4. 1010g
Stvnographic l00'l': Junior lligh.
MARION FRANCES LOCKH
2180 Commonwealth Ave.,
"The grace and blush of
Mac: Born Novembvr 23, 10003
Classival 18C: Burr Gralnmarg
NVQIIQ-slay: Class Hockey, 13 French
Club, 35 Nlath Club, 3, 4.
11 11- 11 1 11 1 -1 11111,111-,1, 111 1 1, 1,
l1:um1:M: .lxLFm:n Lomfxx
ll Curve' St.. llbst. Nvwton
"ll hum 1-rilirs runnol rrrilif'isr'."
llunnyg Born January 2. l000g
llusini-ss lll'l'3 l'uirr'c Grammar:
Howard University: Class Travk. lg
Conunvrrial Club, 4: Nvwtonitv. 2,
li A'l'HE1tl'Nl'I Lt Yl'Z
108 l.alu- Avo., Newton Contra
nflf'IlllP und good wilh ll smill'
K: llorn Sc-ptvmbr-r 21. 10083
Classical 10C: Mason Granunar:
Mount llolyokv: English Club, -111
l'lI'l'l1Cll Club Trcasurvr. ll: New-
tonitr-, fl. lg Svnior Play Connnittvu.
-l: Class llockvy, 1, 4: Constitutional
Convvntion. Il: Lvgislaturv, 3: Alpha
llvta, 1, 2: llonor Roll, l. ZZ, Il. -1.
l'fl,lZAlll'1'l'll AN RRY IAIWHY
27 Shaw St., YV-st INPNH. ton
"Thr blvssnlrzvss of lwiny lilllrf'
livttyg Horn October 1 l. l00T:
Classival l3C: Carroll lirzunlnar:
Skidmore: Spanish Club. I
FRANCIS CllARl,l'IS LYONS
111 Nlt. lda 'l'nr.. Nziwton
"His good nulurf is wilhoul
Dandy, Sha-ik: llorn Juno IS. l00T:
Classival l0C: Boston Latin: Iloston
Coll!-go: Football, Il. 1. 51 Math
Club, -l-. 5: llonor lloll. 21 llasvball. 5:
Travk. 3, 11,
W l Ll.l A M A LBICIVI' LYONS
C1-ntral A ve.. Needham
"To know how In hill? nmfx
ullililv is grvul skill."
Hill: llorn .lune 27, 10061 Svicn-
tiliv 21lC: llunlington Junior llighg
. .M Mml..u:m:.l.mmlwmznl ',., .,l,,w.,iy,1uumnmuuuuuw
JOHN JOSEPH MAHONEY
27 VVildwood Ave., Newtonville
"Good sense and good nalure
are nel-er sf'paraIed."
Johnny: Born January 12, 19085
Scientific 14C5 Junior High: Boston
College: Orchestra, 3. 45 Track, 2,
3, 45 Math Club, 35 Baseball, 4.
GLADYS EYELYN MACBEY
5 Solon St., VVellesley
"Readv in hearl, ready in
Evvie, Ellie: Born July 8, 19085
General HC: NVelleslcy Junior High5
Art Schoolg Health Club, 35 Glee
32 Talbot St.. West Newton
"I haslen lo laugh al every-
Born September 21, 19075 Classi-
cal 19C5 Peirce Grammarg M. A. C.5
Glee Club, 4.
190 Chapel St., Newton
"Fun has no Iimilsf'
Born February 19, 19085 Steno-
graphic 109'I'5 Junior High5 Com-
mercial Club, 4.
HELEN LTURNER7 MACLELLAN
4 Avondale Rd., Newton Centre
"Good nalure is one of ilu' riches!
fruils :J persanalilivf'
Born August 3, 19075 Classical 2
yrs., Scientific 2 yrs., l4C5 Girls'
Lating Simmons: Honor Roll, 15 Matll
Club, 3, 45 French Club, 45 English
mwmwWwwlm ul.. ..lu.wlw.l lll, www 1 1
2069 Commonwealth A ve.,
"Joy is nn! in lhings, il is in us."
Len: Born April 25, 19095 Classi-
cal 19C: Montreal High: Wellesley:
Alpha Beta, 1, 25 Honor Roll, 1, 25
French Club, 45 English Club, 45
Newtonite, Il, 4.
TIIEBESA MARY MALONEY
1071 Beacon St.. Newton Centre
"A sweel-lempered, bonnie lass."
Born December 2, 1907: Steno-
graphic 109T5 Hyde Grammar.
SIDNEY ARNOLD MARSTON
20 Pelham St., Newton Centre
"Call a spade a spade."
Sam: Born October 19, 19075
General 111T5 Mason Grammar5
Senior Play Committeeg Commercial
34 Harrison St., Newton Highlands
"Silence is golden, lo be brief
is a blessing."
Jack5 Born November 28, 19095
Classical 18C5 Hyde Grammar:
Boston Universityg French Club, 3,
45 Math Club, 3, 45 Newtonian, 4.
ROBERT DANIEL MCCARRON
19 Pearl St., Newton
" Ilalh Ihy foil o'er books ron-
summl lhc midnighl oil?"
Bob, lNIao5 Born June 30, 19085
Scientific 16C: Boston College Highg
IW. I. T.: Ninth Club, 3, 45 English
Club, 45 French Club, 45 Legislature,
35 Honor Roll. I, 2. 35 Orchestra, 4.
CIIARIJCS AI,IlI'fIi'I' MCCAHTIIY
52 Channing Rd., Nvwton Centre
ulrflllllfl in l1'111l1, in jllll!Il7ll?Ill
Al: Ilorn lNOV!'lllIN'I' QT, 1900:
Classiral IIC: Iloravf' Mann Gram-
mar: Boston Colle-gf-2 Sc-nior Play. l-:
l'Il'PIll'll Club, 2: Math Club. 22
Drama Club, -l: lNvwlonil,u, 3. -lt:
'l'ra1'k Squad. Il, l: Football Squad.
Il, 1: Urvlie-stra. al-.
Ilh Irving St., Nvwton Cvntrc
"fl .svmrirl 11111111 in 11 Sllllllll
Ilustvr. Mar: Ilorn Nlarrh 0, 1008:
Classival l9C: Nlason Grammar:
I,1ll'lIllUlllll1 Football, Il. 4, 5: Ilasv-
lmll, 2. Il. -lt. 5: Captain. 5: Class
'l'rvasurvr. I. 2, 3, xIf't'-l,l'1'Sltll!lll,
Associats-5. 51 Stuilvnl Counvil. 2, 32
Urangzv Ilook, Al, 'I'ra1'k, Il.
tillACl'I I50llU'l'III'fA NltiI'JAI'3l'I
IKM- Nlvinslow llil., ll"aban
"7'lmu11l1lful and wise she ynvs
'll-tlily. Mar: Ilorn July l-. lfltltiz
Stvnograplliv ll0'l': Ilyrlv liI'illlllllill'1
Spanish Club. 2: Iinglisli Club, Il. 'lz
Conunt-rc-ial Club. l-1 tllve Club. I. 2:
ALICIC MAIIIIC 'NlCI7UlNAI,D
50 Farwvll Sl.. N1-wtonvilll'
'UWM' x1111'l1'1l llllll llu' xl1111lm1'.v
M, Mavk: Ilorn July IIT, H1081
CI1-rival 209'l': Junior llighg Now-
lonilc. 33 lillIlllllf'l'i'l1ll Club, 3, lg
Drama Club. I: Class Yollvy Ilall. 21
Constitutional Conn-ntion, 33 Sf-ninr
I'lay czllllllllllllitf, 111.
CA'I'lIICllIlNE ARIN 'Xl KCDONAI.I'l
ITS Cyprvss Sl.. Newton Ct-nlre
"I.1fr ll'lllI0lll s1111'li11g1 is ll
Kit. K1 Ilorn July IT, 19063124-in-ral
l6C, Nlason Grammar.
JEAN MACDONA LD
95 Court Sl., Newlonville
"Cor1111m11 sense is 11.111 ll !'0Ill-
Horn May T. 10083 Slunographic
l09'I'g Junior Iliglig Class Vim--
I'rf'sicI0nt, 4: Commercial Club. fl:
Iixvrutivv Coinrnittve, lt.
Il Cllurrln llil., Nvwton
"ll ilh ll look uf 11w1'r1'111P11l in
linrl. Allivg Born I30c'01lilwr 0.
19063 Svivntilir' IOC. Bigvlcm' Gram-
mar: Slutlent, Counvil, I, 2: Base-
ball, l, 2, 3.
I'fLIZABI'I'l'II TNOYES MICAIKA
I224 Boylston St., Newton
"A spiril ull s1111sl1ine."
Ilizz: Born July 9, I0083 Classical
3 yrs..fh-iuvral 2 yrs.. lhCg linwrsou
tlrarnmarg Ncwtonilv, l.
ILZS Pinv St., Auburndale
"Eyes lhul mn .vpvuk lhuuyli
luv' lfmgim is Sl.lf'Ill.H
Gert, Trudy, Born May IT. I008g
Classival 2 yrs.,Gmwral 2 yrs.. llCZ
l'eir4'e Grammar: Miss fillillllllvfisl
Spanish Club, 3, -1: Mall: Club. 3, sl.
23 llc-1-cl: St., Nvwlon
"A fflll' l'.l'll'V'l'lPl' is ll xilenl
rm:11111 lIIl'll flu! inn , ' '
Lil: llorn April T, 10083 Clt-rival
iZtIl'I'g Stearns Grammar: Iloslou
Univvrsityg Commercial Club, -l.
JOHN NIEMYER M EISSNER
T05 Chestnut St.. NVaban
"An aulhnr in lhe making."
Johnny: liorn August 27. 1007:
Scivntilic 16C: Roger Vl'olvolt Gram-
mar: Prize Spf-aking, 4.
ALICE LILLIAN MILLER
108 Newtonville Ave., Nffwlou
"She brnughl sunshine u'hem'P
Al: Born June 19. 1008: General
16Cg Vllaltham Junior High.
RICIIARD FRANKLIN MILLER
30 Grove Sl.. Auburnclale
"A lhuughlful man. un. empire
in his brain."
Dick: Born August 18, 1008:
Classical 19C: Burr Grammar: Vliil-
liams: Drama Club, 3, 4: Drama
Club Play. 3. 4: English Club. 3, -lg
Pre-siilent. 4-: Alpha Bela. 1. ZZ:
Honor Roll, 1. 2. 3, 4: Nlath Club, 4:
Spanish Club. 2, 3: Newtonite, 3. -1:
SARAH LOUISE MONAIIAN
36 Bennington St., Newton
" HN' prrsonalily will win her
Sally: Born July 15. 1908: Steno-
graphic 116'l': Bigelow Grammar:
Legislature. 3: Commercial Club, 3.
107 Floral St., Newton llighlanils
" How merry is a SilIf1i'lIl,S life."
Dot: Born May 12, 1008: Clerical
20Ll'l': llyde Grammar: Tillon: Com-
merrial Club, Al.
LUTIIER SAMUEL MOORE
270 Mill St... Newtonville
"A good shnl. and ri lrue unc."
Sam: Born Sc-ptnnlber 26, 1907:
Svivntilic 16C: Clallin Grammar:
Annapolis: Football Squarl, 2. 3:
Track 21, 5: Spanish Club. LL, 5: Con-
stitutional Convvntion, 4: Logisla-
ture. 5: Math Club, ZZ. 3, 1, 5.
53 Cross Sta, WV4-st. Newton
"Eluinr Ihr fair: Elaine lhe
Kitten: Born Svptvlnbvr 3, 1907:
Ge-neral llC: Peirve Grammar:
CARL ALLEN NELSON
24- Magrue AVP.. VVesl Newlon
"Good scnsf and good nrzlure ure'
Sweilv: Horn Fvbruary 19. 1000:
Vocational AT: Peirce Grammar:
Class Treasurer. 4: Newloniti-, Ii:
Senior Play, L.
JOIIN KNUTE NELSON
102 Lexington St., Wiaterlown
"In COIIIDUIIAV u l'C'l'AV plensunl
Snookie: Horn August 23, 1007:
Vocational AT: VVal1-rtown YVf?st.
Junior High: Norl.heasI.vrn Uni-
lVlARTllA MAURINE NICNYNIAN
4 Belmont SL., Ne-wton
"Tn perjfrcl zliligfvnrr Ilflllllillfl
Patty. l'at: Born August 3, 1008:
Classical 2 yrs., Gvnvral 2 yrs., llCg
Binghamton, lligh: Nliss Gibbsl
Nowtonilc, Il: Litvrary liflilor, Il:
English Club, 3. lg Spanish Club.
3, 4: Frvnch Club, 4.
l'il.l NUI! l"Al,l'iS N ICNN 'rom
II Unk 'l'er., Nt-wtuu lligllluuds
"Ul1.' lo dllllflf ull llIf1lI"IIlll rlrvxs
Stubbiv: lioru 'Nlurcln 26, N063
tlvuvrul IUC: llytlu Grzumuur: lim-
l'I'SlIll1Slb2lIllSlI Club, Ig Nt-wtuniun 5:
film' Club, 5
XI A li I .-X 'N FN N N It TULIAZZU
25 Smith Ct.. Ilvsl iNI'VtI0ll
nllvltillx muxl lm burn. :mal
nr'l'1'r 4'llII lu' llllllfllllfi
Muryg lluru .luuuury IS, IQOTQ
Gt-ilvrul IIC. IN-irvu tlrunuuur.
Ck'l'lllilIlNl'i Nlltlllll NUYICS
II Crystal Sl., INPNNIIIII Ct-nlrc
" Nvlilllillfl liimlzvxv, nulhiny
li, llurn I,l'IHll4'l' 9. IINWQ fillISSll'Ill
ISIC, Nlusun IiI'1lIlllllZlI"1 Nllwutuui
Nlpllu llvlu, I, 2: Pr4'si1l1'nl.. 21
lluuur llull, I, 2. fl. lg lfuglislx Club.
Ii. -Ig l.a-gisluturv, I: ljrzuuu Club.
I1 St-niur Pluy Cmnlniltvt-, IZ Assist-
uut litlitnr Nt-xxtunizui. I: 'Nr-wtouitc.
3. I1 litlituriul lftlitur, I: Ifu-vutivc
IiitllllIIlIllt'1'. Ig tlrmigt- Iiuuk, 3.
l'ANll'ilA l,lllllY VNUYICS
I2 llu1'klt-clp:4- lltl., NPXVIUII lliglllumls
"Illini rurrlh xln' flu' lwr1l'lx
lI'lIl'H IIlH'l' IIlINXl'N.Vl'lliVi
Palm: linru NlDXl'llIlll'l' 5. IINITZ
Clztssivznl I yrs., th-ut-rut l yr.. lhCg
Sl. Nluryisg Xliss IiiII'llllIll.S1fil04'IilIIlI,
-I-2 Piuuisl, I.
l'Al'I.lNl'I l.I'IIItIY Olilili
III! Hurd SI., New lun Ccutrc
U.'Illl'll,VS Qf ll rlwerful disposi-
Polly. Puulg lluru August 22. IO0Tg
Clorivul Itl0'I'g Mason tlrauumurg
Huston Univvrsilyg llrzunu Club, 4:
Cmuulvrciul Club, 4, Glen Club, 23
S1-niur Play Cmumittee, 45 Ncwtonite,
4-3 Bziskt-Lbzlll, IS.
JOSl'll'llINlC ICIAINIC IVIIIIIICN
378 Clwrry SI-, NYUSI Nvwluu
"Fair :J fave, mill: u f1l'IIHf'
Ju .lug liorn S1-ptt-lnln-r 28. IQIIT:
Stvuugrupllic' l00'l', l'4-in-4: tlrauumurz
I'II,I'IANUIi tiI'III'I'Iil 'IHC
101 Cvutrul Ave.. Nc-wtunvillv
"I'Il yiyylr Imluhv, if l0IlIUl'l'dlIl'
Vinh, Burn Svplvnllwr QI, N003
Stvuogruphic l09'l'g Junior lliglu:
Commercial Club, I: llrzuuu Club. lg
l'fnp:lislu Club, I: lrizc--Spa-ulaiug, I.
MARY l':'Vl'lIlClA IYNICILI.
10 llowarcl St.. NY:-sl. Nu-wtuu
"ln gliding sluh- shi' wins her
crixy IUUAV. ' '
Pi-ggy: liuru .luly ISI. IOIIIIL
Clussivul IOC: l'1-irvv Hrzumuznrz
llustun llnivvrsilyl l'.I'I'llt'll Club, I1
Draunu Club. lg film- Club. I.
IIICOIIGIC IIICNHY 0'Slll,l.lYAN
7 Nvxw-ll lltl.. .Miburmlulc
U-gl'l'1.0IlS bul quirk rj wil."
Sully: Burn .luly IS, UNIT, Classi-
llewkvy. II, -IA.
XXILLIANI ICIJIIAII Ifkltlx
I5 Winthrop St., NVQ-st Nr-wtnu
" Ile slunlls high in C'l'l'I'.VlIUllV.S
liill, .luvkg Burn Jilllllilfy 20. I000
Classical 2-IC, Pvirvc tlrzunnlnrz Mn-
lmrstg Student, Cnunvil. I, 2: lVl:iI,li
Club. 2, 3, Lg l"rvncln Club. 3. -I
Pri-sirlcnt, 4-3 Social Coinniittuc, -I
llruinzn Club. -Ig Drama Club Play, I-
Vursity Orchestra, -I: llunnr lloll, I.
val ZIICZ llurr Gruuuuur: llnrvural'
CLASS QF 19265
ELIZABETH BURDITT PARKER
27 Metacomet Rd., Waban
"Cheerfuln0ss, like glimpses of
sunshine on a cloudy day."
Liz, Lib: Born April 30, 1908:
Classical 18C: Roger VVoIcott Gram-
mar: Middlebury: Chairman Social
Committee. 43 Drama Club, 33 Sec-
retary, 4: Math Club, 2, 3, 4: French
Club. 2, 3: Class Basketball, 2, 3, 4:
Newtonian, 43 Class Baseball, 1.
RALPH ARNOLD PATERSON
4-119 Highland St., Newtonville
"A general oplimislf'
Pat, Harold Teen: Born July 1,
1905: Business l11T: Junior Iligh:
Northeastern: Newtonian, 4: New-
tonite, 3, 4: Math Club, 2, 3: Com-
mercial Club. 3. -I: Drama Club, 1113
Manager of Outdoor Track, 4: Class
Baseball. 2, 3: Indoor Track, 2, 33
RUTH PEA RSON
132 Church St., Newton
"She halh a way."
Ruthie: Born June 19, 1908:
General l6C: Bigelow Grammar:
Rraglgiottiz Class Ilockey, 1, 2, 4, 5:
Varsity Hockey, 2, 4, 5: Manager. 5:
Class Basketball. I : Class Baseball, 1,
2. 4, 53 Math Club, 3, -I, 5.
EDNA LILLIAN PERKINS
25 Groveland St., Auburndale
ulvlIf'l'f'l4V is Ihr' Spire Qf life."
Eddie: Rorn January 16, 1908:
Stenographie 100T: Middlehoro
Grammar: Commercial Club, 41-.
11487 Watertown St., Newtonville
"A yenllernun in llll1l'!lwVS.l,
Lawry: liorn May IS, 1908:
Seientilie lltlg .lunior IIig.:h3 Tufts:
Newtonite. l: Math Club, 3: Base-
ball, 3, -li: Track, 4.
IwI1nmmmmuwuwwurmmuitI1inwwwwnwninniummmmmuuuum ,,i, w
ELEANOR CARR PHILLIPS
72 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre
"As merry as flu' day is long."
Onnie: Born August 23, 1008:
Classical 19C: Mason Grammar: Mt.
Holyoke: Alpha Beta, I, 2: English
Club, 3, 4: Math Club, 2, 3, 44:
French Club, 43 Latin Club. 4:
Library Club, 4: Class Hockey, 1. 2:
Newtonite, 4: Senior Play Com-
mittee: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 44.
ROBERT GREEN PICKARD
253 Crafts St., Newtonville
"Il is usually lhe busiesl man
Bob, Pick: Born August 20, 1008:
Scientific 14-C: Chelsea High: Uni-
versity of Southern California:
Science Club, I: Baseball, 3, '14, 5:
Spanish Club, fl: Math Club, 3.
MARJORIE FRANCES PIERCE
25 Groveland St., Auburndale
"Vivacious, jolly, lIlIdfl'!'f' from
Marge: Born March 6, 1000:
Stenographic l09T: H4-neva lligh:
Commercial Club, 4.
IIILDA LOUISE PISER
155 Mol'I'at Rd.. Riaban
"Good IIIUIIUI' ll'l1f'l1l'S rhurms
Pillyl Born October I, 1907:
Classical ISIC: Roger Wolcott Gram-
marg fl0I1Ill!l'llClli-I Nlath Club, I, 2,
3, -I-, 5: English Club, 3, -li: Latin
Club, 5: Treasurer, 5: Newtonite, 5:
Glee Club, 5
CAIIOLYN LOUISE POMEROY
Vlfcston Rd.. VVellesley
'iflllililbv and reliuln'lil,v rnulw'
her u good sa'lmlur'."
Pompey: llorn July 222, 19081
General l4C: Eliot Grammar: Perry
Normal: Class Treasurer, I: Class
Secretary, 23 Ns-wlonite, 3, -Ii: Drama
Club, 3, lt: Constitutional Conven-
tion, 3: Senior Play Conunillee, il:
Orchestra, Al: Newtonian. il: Drama
Club Play, 3: lleallll Club, 3, -lg
Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, I-.
TQ," QQ ,
-" ly' .
. . - ci,
lilfillfklill FHAYNCIS l'Ull'l'l'Ili IIIELEN FRANCES PllRl'l,li
13 lloxu- Sl.. Wvllr-slvy 335 Luke Ave,, Newton lliglllauuls
"I um ns SUIFVIIII ux Il ju1ly11'." "ll ho dexf'l'1'1'x zrvll needs nul
Dim-kg Horn Uvlulwr ll. IQUSQ """lh""'S 1""'li'W'N
lfrngirn-1-rim: ,-X'l'1 NM-ll:-slvy lligh: l"raumi0, lfrzung Born SClll1'IlllN'I'
lmluigln l'rvp1 Xzusily lfoollmll. fl, l: LIU, IUUTQHem-r:ll2lK1: Kluson Grum-
Nursily 'l'r:u'lx. 3. li: lfluss liusvbull, maui FI'iIllllIlg.L'llillll Normal: Alpha W
I, 2, Il. 11 Class llorlwy, 2, 3. lug llc-lu. ll F!'f'llCll Club, 31 SIDillllSlI '
Uluxs ll:-lay. li Svnior l'luy Coin- fflulr, lg llolm' l':1'0Il0llllK'S Club, I: l
millm-O. li lllllllll' llull, fl. Svlliul' lllaly, l
'RQ' 'Qilf V HNYIIAIUD Nlklli NNN HHS JQHIN lrglixyqjlg UUINAN
' , I8 lilmsu- Sl.. Nvxx lon C1-nlrc jf, Washburn gl. yN,.wl,,,, N
A X "lvf14ll'1' l1v.r.rlll1l:l'll'nl1 lu .ww u A-If ix ,ml u,lH,,.,, ,I ,mm ,.,,,m,S
f"""H""' """" Pfmrll Iful zrlml lu' is lhul rn11r1l.w."
t, , i lll'il'3 ll""" Nli""'l' l l- llllllk lioruJuuv 12, 10003 Buaiur-ss lll'l'g
s Lluisnml ill.: .Hrownv A Nlvhols: J,,,,i,,r lligh: lgosum Uniwrshyi
l,4-lugll llnnvrslly: lloc-kvy. -5. li Le-gislulurv, Zig fl0Illlllf'I'Clill Club, l-g
' lllll'I'lll4'lllZllf' lfoollmll Squzul. I, Nm, L,,,,iu.. 3: Busphall Squad L
UWNLH IIUWANU 'Ml' x1l1,umm MAHc.ur.nllh
2224 Hrzuxl :Nw-.. lNf'WlUll Ca-ulrv 1,lllNAN
"Howl humor uml rff'ru'ruxilv 20 Xhnslilmrn St., Nvwtou
""'.l' UH' 'l"."- "Thr bloom rd 1'n.vAv 11111114-r'l1r'r'
llwl Born N-ple-nllwr -L 10063 hw ,lure bmprukx.
Clussivnl 2111: Manson Iiraunmurz Minh.: pmm F,,bmu,-y Q. 1908:
liflliiill lll1lW'VSlly1 Fwflbflll. 'l- 53 Clvrivzal 20l'l': .lunior llighg lloslou
lllllmlr T"i"'k- 55 ll"l'l0"" 'l'rf"'l'l- 53 l'niu-rsily: lYlllIllIIll'l'l'iill Club. l.
Social llozlrel. 5.
lNlllUlllN hllAl.l'. I'lllN.l-,l,l, lallllul. lfllkklz QUIINN
ill! NKNNUIIINIHC Aw .. lNIWlUIlNlllf 00 Wll1lNNU0ll AW-. lNPVNlf0IlVllle
.Shi spain unrl ur ull 11411 .1 ,lflll Iilflllvl l-N ll Alllllf
Dol: liorn lNow-mb:-r 2, 1008: Born Fvbruury T, UNIT: Busiuvss
Sll'llU,2Il'1lllllll' ll0'l': .lunior lligllg flllllll -lllfllflf lllglll l:0lIllllPl'l'i1ll
A llllo If l. ,A . . ll. -
JUHN lwfilili Pl HMIY .mum cillxixlmzs mmsmzw
Ullllllffllvwilllll AWN 08 llzirvurd St.. Nvwtonvillf-
llvhl lxewllm "lf .vniliuy is lhhv unlv -flllllf
" 'Urn of-lrll' lI'lll'lIN url' Un' lwxl N,,,jl,- ,,,,."
mn" lluppy: Horn l'Jm's'rnlwr 30, 19063
H0512 H0111 NUWPIIIIWF fl- llllliil Busiuvss HIT: Junior lligll: lioslon
9f'i"lllilil' lllll llmfllillllf' lllgll- l'uiw-rsily: Class l'rf-siclvnl. 2: Class
liusvbull. 2, .33 Lluss lfoollmll, ..,
lxuloor und Outdoor 'l'rzu'k. 2, Zi. -lg
Football. 3. lg Drzunu lllub, li
Nmor ll.ny. I-. I.omrnuu.1l Lluh. I,
at t ww: www , W. M- www
LUCILLE AHLEN E HATZBURG
83 VVarwick Htl.. West. Newton
"A volume if1I'f'llI'l'lld,u
Angel Child. Bats: Horn February
2. 1907: Fine Arts l6C: Peirce
Grammar: Boston Normal Art: Class
Basketball, 1. 2, 3: Glee Club, 4-1
Newtonite, 3, All.
137 Lake Ave., Newton Centre
"A mndid censor, und ll friend
sim'ere. ' '
VVinnie: Born December 3, 1908:
Classical 18C: Mason Grammar:
Pine Manor: Alpha Beta, 1. 2:
Treasurer, 1: English Club. 4: Math
Club, 2, 3, 4: French Club, 4: Library
Club. 4: Class Hockey, 1: Class
Basketball, 1, 4: Honor Roll, l, 2, 3.
MURET CAHLETON REDMAN
910 Chestnut. St., VVaban
"I am Ihe acme of lhings KIC-
Red: Born April 5. 1908: Business
111T: Ralph Waldo Emerson Gram-
mar: Mass. Nautical School: Spanish
Club, 2: English Club, 4: Drama
Club, 3. 4: Commercial Club, 3, 4:
Drama Club Play, 3, 4: Stage Mana-
ger, Senior Play. 4: Newtonian, 4:
Senior Play Committee, 4.
WENDELL JICWELL REED
35 Ware Rd., Auburndale
"On lhcir own merils modes!
men. are dumb."
Jipper, Oscar: Born August. 29,
1906: Scientific 24C: Burr Grammar:
ELIZABETH VVALTEBS REHS
9ll W2lSlllIlfIl.IlH St., Newtonville
"Tl1e.v who have friends are
Betty: liorn October 7, l9073
General 14C: Da-na Hall: Elmira?
Spanish Club, 4. 5: Glee Club, -lr, 5:
Class Orchestra, 5: French Club. 5:
English Club, 5.
MARGA 11 ET ALM A REI LLY
301 River St., West- Newton
"Rather lmshful hul lmvrblef
Peg: Born December 9. 1908:
Clerical 20-IT: Peirce Grammar:
Commercial Club. 4.
Cl1All LOTTIC li ICY Nl PLUS
83 Central Ave., Newtonville
H1iUll'lil'lll'V, delernzinulion. diy-
nilv, rmfl swrelrless :gf IlIlllll'L'.n
Charlo, Sha: Born March 241, 1910:
General 21-C: Tisbury High: Spring:-
lielrl Library School: Class llockey. -11:
Library Club. 11.
228 Highland Ave., West, Newton
"Good humor makes all llzinys
Born January 25, 1906: Scientific
24C: Claflin Grammar: Iowa Slate
College: Class Treasurer, 4: Track,
1, 2: Ilockey, 3. -L
PAUL KENNICTII RIPLEY
33 NVinnerway St., Natick
"A man of Ihe open fields."
Born July 21, 1909: Nleclranic
AT: Natick High.
61- Crafts St., Newtonville
"Qui0l nzinds are gu'ru'r'ull.v
llv. ljvy: llorn April 119. l908:
Stcnoggraphic 1l0T: Junior lligh:
Conmwrcial Club. l-.
ol Crafts St., Ncwtonville
" llvr rirlues are good, lrue, and
tlvrl. Gcrtyz Born Juno 11, 19063
Clcrival :04.'l', .lunior lliglig Com-
uwrvial Club, 4.
M ARI li WANDA ROMAN
33 Sullivan Avv., Nowton Upper Falls
"llr'auIAv is ils own e1fc'use."
lllonily: llorn March 25, 19083
Sli-nograpliia' l09'1'g lfmvrson Gram-
mar: lfmlocimlcclz Orclwstra, 1, 2, 3, 4:
Comma-rvial Club -I.
178 Albvuiarle Rd., Wvcst Nvwlon
"Sunshine in a shady plate."
llinlyz llorn August 2, 10083
Slvnograpliiv ll0'1'g Junior lliglig
Comma-rvial Club, 4-.
IIOIHS MOSlll'IR ROXYIC
002 Commonwvatli Avo.,
"ft rruulvrri Cirre, will: hair' of
lint. SllllSt!l1 llorn lllarvli 15. 10083
tic-in-ral HEC: Blason Grammar:
Miss llarris'sg 'l'4-nnis, 2, fl, -I-3 Captain
3, lg lilee Club, 3, 'lg Sc-nior l'lay
.Il'l.ll'I'l' A1Dl'1I,lC ROY
25 Capital St., Nvwton
" Newer cross, n1'1'cr sad. always
happy, always glad."
Julio, llorn July 1, 10081 Clvrival
20Al'l'g Junior lligliz Boston Unl-
vvrsity, fi4lIllIll1'l't'l2ll Club, -1.
16 llyde St., Newton Highlands
"A lighl hear! lives long."
Con, Connie, Born March 11,
1908g Classical l9Cg East Jaffray
llighg Wellesley: Math Club, 5,
Spanish Club, -l, 5: Glee Club, 53
Senior Play Committee, 43 llonor
TIIOM .AS EDM UN D
143 Norwood Ave., Newtonvillc
"The hcighl of papularilqv knows
Rushg Born August 31, 1008:
Scivntilic 2-IC: Burr Grammar.
N IRGINIA DAY RUSSELL
0 Wvir St., Auburnclale
"In her alone 'lwas nalural lo
fling: llorn November 27, 19071
Clerical 20'l'l'g llurr Grammar: Com-
mvrcial Club, -1.
ll0llO'l'lll'1'X ISA RRARA RUST
000 lloylston Sl.. 'Yvwton llighlands
"QualilAv. nal quanlilyf'
Dot, 'l'hora: llorn July 21, 1007:
Classival -1- yrs.. tlvnoral 1 yr., LLC:
llyila- Grammar: lloston Teaclulrsi
Collvgvz Nlatli Club, 3. -I-3 Spanish
Club, 3, 43 '1'roasuri-r. fl.
VIRGINIA MARY SALEMME
101 Frvvman Sl., Auburndale
"Airways happy and r'hccrful."
Gin: Horn July T, 1908, Clcrival
20-l'l'g Burr Grammar, Commercial
Club. l. K
6 Pelham St., Newton Centre
"Good humor is always a
Hawk, Pep: Born June 6, 1008:
Scientific 24C: Mason Grammar:
Boston University: Orchestra, 1, 2, 4:
English Club, 1: French Club, 4.
FLORENCE MAY SAMPSON
40 Cook St., Newton
"Good lhings come in small
Flo: Born August 26, 1008:
Stenographic 109T: Junior High:
Commercial Club, 4.
DORIS ABBOT SARGENT
15 Perkins St., VVcst Newton
"A maiden modes! and self-
possessed . ' '
Sirod. Dot: Born July 4-, 1008:
Classical 19C: Peirce Grammar:
Wlellesley: Honor Roll, 1, 2: French
Club, 4: Alpha Beta, 1, 2: Nlath
Club, 3, 4: Senior Play Committee, 4.
IIARRIOT BROWN SCIIELL
9 Baldwin St., Newton
"If is a fl'l.I'lI!1l,V hear! lhul has
Brownie: Born December 12, 1008:
Library Club, 5: President, 5: Latin
Club. 5: Drama Club. el. 5: English
Club, -I-, 5: French Club, 3. Ll-, 5:
llonor Boll, 1, 2, 5: Spanish Club,
fl, 5: Senior Play, 5: Newtonian, 5.
18 Nlaple Ter., Auburndale
"Rich in lhoughl and char-
Schippa, Liz: Born June 20, 1008:
Classical l8C: Junior High: VVQ-llesley:
Public Speaking, 2: Library Club, 44:
French Club, 4: 1NIath Club, 11-5
English Club, 3, 4.
RUTH GRACE SEELEY
lfl10 Carlton Rd., VVaban
"Proper words in proper
Blossom: Born July 17, 1907:
Clerical 20,1-T: Chatham High: Bur-
dett.: English Club, 4: Commercial
Club, 4: Legislature, 4.
ALAN TORR EY SHAW
66 Bennington St., Newton
"A great hear! has no memory
Honk, Al: Born January 17, 1008:
Classical 2 yrs., Scientific 3 yrs., 16C:
Bigelow Grammar: Bowdoin: Base-
ball, 2, 3. 4, 5: Legislature, 41, 5:
Editor Orange Book, 4, 5: Newtonite,
3, -I: Sport Editor, 4: Constitutional
Convention, 4: Executive Council
Associates. 4: Class Executive
ALICE GLADYS SHAW
8410 Chestnut St, YVaban
"She ullains great heighlsf'
Al, Alicia: Born December ll,
1008: General 19C: Reading High.
KATIIRYN NANETTE SIIEA
298 'llI'f'IIl0lllf St.. Newton
H7'hUll!Illl is drrfper llmn ull
Kay, Cubba: Born February il,
l908: General 16C: Bigelow Gram-
mar: Mass. Normal Art: French
JOHN PATRICK SIIERIDAN
827 Boylston St., Newton 1Iig.:hlan4ls
"I'lI speak in a monstrous
Ike: Born January 8, 1000: Busi-
ness lllT: Hyde Granunar: New-
tonite 1, 2. 3, fl-: Senior Play Com-
mittee, fl-: Commercial Club, 4.
fi ' Q t
,g , Q ,
l'll,lZ'Xlll'I'l'll AHNICS Sll0ll'l'0N
208 California SI.. Newton
"IIN ulnlllm 'll'l'l'f' nnlwrl and
llorn .Innv IIS, lfltltlg Clvrival l0f1'l'g
.lunlor lllglig l.Ullllllt'l'1'IZll Klub. 4.
IIUIKIS liS'l'lll'Ilt Sll'IlSl'Ill'l'
IIT Floral St., Na-wton lligblantls
"Trll hm' lm! mu'1',' xlu' under-
'l'ools. Born .lunv 6, 10081 Stvno-
urapllic- ltl9'l'g Mason llraunlnarg Ur-
1-lwslra. l, 2, 3, lg Base-lmll. l. 21
liaxlu-tball. 3: Corllrlwrvial Club. Il:
Conslilntional Conv:-ntion. Il: Yollvy
llall. Ilg Nvwtonilv. 2, 31 Prim:
lllCA'l'lllClC lll'Il.I'IN N Sl 'Nl NIONS
20 Nlarlboro Sl.. Nvwton
"The glory :gf Titian hair."
lit-vg liorn April 126, lfltlti: Gr-nvral
lhCg lligs-lou tlrannnar: French
t.lub, .iz iXl'NYlfllllll'. .l.
lllllilfllfl' NEW l'll,l, SISSUN
ht! Austin Sl., Na-wtonvillc
"Silf'm'e isrfl hlixsf'
llobg liorn April 8. N082 S1-ivntilirt
IQCQ Junior lligln W1-slvyanz Frvncll
Club, 2, Ii: Spanish Club. Il. -I-3 Track
Squad. l. 2: Football Squad. l, 2:
Stuilvnt Council. 3.
Zll,lAll GIIACIC Sl.l'1lCl'lCli
222 Nlamlison Avia, lN4-wtonvillc
"fl ,x'l.Ildll0l1I'l ix Il fnunluiu Qf
Zillapluonn-3 Born Steph-lnlwr 5,
H1051 tit-rnvml LHC, .lunior lliglxg
Mt. Sinai llospilul.
Hlitlllt I li SMITII
Z2 ix1t'l'll2llllt' Sl.. TN:-wlon llppvr Falls
" llr' Iirvx Inny llml Iirrs well."
Smitty: llorn Uclolror 0, 1008:
l':lt'l'll'll'lll AT: llyclv tirannnar:
Nortlxvaslf-rn: 'l'ra1'k Squad, l, 2. 3. -l:
.lunior Xarsity Base-ball, 1. 2, fl:
lloz-lu-y Squad. l: Constitutional
Convonlion. 3: Class llvlay. 4:
llouor lloll. l, 22 Nvwtonilu, 1.
lx.-X'l'llllYN l"lll,l.l'Ill SMITH
I5 Nloorlvlilfv llrl., Newton lligzhlanrls
'iFul0 Irivrl In r'nm'1'ul hw' by
rmminy her Srnillif'
kay: Born llc-vt-lnlwr 26. lfltlllg
Classival l8C: llyclv llrannnarg
Simmons: Class Svvrc-tary. 1: Alpha
llvta. l. 2: Fra-m'h Club. Il. lx lfngzlisb
Club, Ii, ,lg Nlalln Club. Il, rl: film:
Club. Il. tl: Library Club. 1-1 Sven--
tary-'l'r4-asurvr, lt: lNcwlonitf-. 3. li
Sr-nior Play Connnittvc. lg llouor
lloll. l,12.Il, l.
Cl.ll"l"UlllJ lllISSl'1l.l. SVNUW
T3 Lornbarrl St., iN1WVl0ll
H H0 fllllllf ul llw r1'y1l1l hour 111111
hz' was lhe righl man."
Clill': liorn Oc-lobe-r 1, WUT: Classi-
vnl 2lC1 P1-irvv lifllllllllllfl liowcloin:
Frvnvll Club, Alf: Math Club. l:
Junior Yarsity lfootball. l-: 'l'rnc'k,
51 Lvgislaturv. 5.
GIADYS lll l'l'Il SN l'Il.l.
'18 Faxon SL., N1-wl.on
"Swivel uffm'r'. IIIIIIUIIIVIIVS kfwps
lllanl: liorn .luly 8. WUTQ CI:-rival
205'l'1 .lunior lligzln.
lx ICN lNli'l'll lx HLSICN Slllilll.
T3 liaposia St., 'Xuburrnlalv
"nl lll0I'lIl .w'Ils1'lrl1' vnuny lllIlll.H
lxvni Horn Uvtobvr 22, lfillli
Srivntilic' LII-C: Nlaltlc-n lligll: ll. l
State-1 Ninth Club, 2: N1-wtonian. ll
TIIELMA VIRGINIA STANLEY
158 Moffat. Hd., VVaban
.iMISll'l'SS fy' lzrrself lhnuyh
Thcl: Born September I, 1908:
Classical ISC: Angier Grammar:
Oberlin: Math Club, 2, 3, -I-: English
Club, 4: Latin Club, 4: Secretary, -ll:
EDWARD WALKER STEAHNS
11 Eden Ave., VVGSL Newton
"Silence is goldenf'
Ed, Eddie: Born January 22. 1908:
Classical ISC: Peirce Grammar:
Dartmouth: French Club, 3, 4:
Latin Club. -1-: Math Club, 3, 4.
MARJORIE LOUISE STEVENS
S Jenison St., Newtonvillc
"Fil for 0 piflzlref'
Midge: Born February 13, 1909:
Stenographic 109T: Lawrence High:
Commercial Club, 3, 4: Senior Play
STELLA IIARRIET STEVENS
69 Court St., Newtonville
"M0sl gentle is she."
Bom July 23, 1908: Clerical 204-T:
Junior High: Commercial Club. 4.
JAMES MATTHEW STEVENSON
329 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville
"SiIcnI but deep."
Born July 16, 1908: Printing AT:
Clallin Grammar: Orchestra, 3, 4:
Glee Club, 4.
263 Waban, Ave., VVaban
"Ile who is well paid is well
Less. Saint: Born June 10, 1907:
Scientific 24C: NVolcott Grammar:
Vllorcestcr Tech: Drama Club, 3, 4:
lVIath Club. 3, ft.
FLORENCE SYLYIA STOLLOW
T6 Austin St.. Nowtonville
"Spr'0f'l1 is Ihr: rnmmnn 0101111111
Flo: Ilorn August 31. l908: Ccneral
l8C: Junior High: Wore-4-str-r Normal:
French Club, -I.
53 Elmore St., Newton Centro
"A kind hmrl is u founluin of
Born September 23, 1908: Classi-
cal 19C: Mason Grammar: Mt.
Holyoke: Alpha Beta. 1. 2: English
Club, 3, 4: French Club, 3, 4: Secre-
tary, -I-: Math Club, 2, 3, MI-: Secre-
tary, 4: Drama Club, 4: Newtonite
Copy Editor, 3: Constitutional Con-
vention, 3: Senior Play Committee. 4.
EDWARD AUBREY STIIUM
77 Arlington St., Newton
"One 1-anno! know ever-vlh inyf,
Eddie, Ed: Born May 4, 1909:
Classical l8C: Bigelow Grammar:
Vllesleyanz Math Club, 3, 4: Treas-
urer, 4: French Club, 3, 4.
GRACE MAGDALENE STRUM
77 Arlington St., Newton
"Si11cf'ril,v and lrulh are Ihe
basis :J Cl'l'l'4V virtue."
llcnural lfxC: Bigelow Grammar.
Gracious. Skit: Born .luly 16, 1906:
11 ELEN STUART
123 Langley Rd., Newton Centre
"She lrips Ihr' Iiqhlfanlaslic lov."
Pete: Rorn May 15. 1908: Classi-
vul I yr.. General 3 yrs., 14C: Mason
tlraunmnrz Miss VVheelock's: Spanish
Club, 3. ill: Secretary, 41 English
Club, 4: Ifrencxh Club. AI-Q Honor Roll,
443 Volley Rall. I, Newtonitc, 2.
T0 River St.. Wiest. Newton
"l.u1wl by all who krmu' hor."
Dol. Dottie, Rorn November II,
19071 th-nerul I9C: Peirre Grammar:
Roslon Ifniversily: Spanish Club, 5:
tile-e Club, 5: llonor Roll, 1, 2.
L01 HSE FREDERICK SIIIIR
8 Grant St.. Auburmlulf'
"fin urlisl in Ihr lIIll'x'iIIfI.n
Rorn July I. 19093 General 2ICg
llurr Grzunmurz Mass. Normal Ari:
Wlzilh Club. 2. AI: English Club, 1:
Library Club, -I: Newlonilv. -lg
ANNA CATlll'IllllNl'I SULLIXANI
QOT Elliot SI.. Ne-wlon I pper lfulls
" lluppy as ll clam ul hiqlz lille."
Sully: llorn July IQ. 19071 Steno-
,urupllir Il0'l': Emerson iifilllllllilfl
Comme-r1'i:nl Club, ll: llome- Evonomius
l"l,Ul1lCNCl'1 Rl'l'A SIILLIIAIN
201' Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls
"Sim nuzbv lm Slilllll, lull m'r1'r
'l'm'ny3 Rorn 11041-llllml' 6, 19083
Sll'l1UjJl'IlllllIl' ll0'l': l':Ill0l'SOIl Crzun-
l1lilI'1 Conum-rvizil Club. I.
FRANCIS EUGENE SULLIVAN
64 Pine St., Relmunt
Sully: Rom January 28, 19083
Electrical ATL Relmont Ilighz Lowell
FLORENCE EDITH SUTCLIFFE
54 VVard SL., Newton Centre
"fl nzrrrhv hrurl mukelh U
Rorn March I-1, 1908: Cleriral:
FRED NVILLIAM SVVAIN
55 11051 Pina- St., Auburnflule
"JI num uffvw words."
Rorn August 2, 19011: Business
lll'l': Rurr Grzumnnrz Georgia Tech:
Constilulionul Convention. 3: Legis-
luturv. 3. AI: Math Club. 3: Orange
Rook, 33 fi0lIlIll1'l'l'Iill Club, -I,
NI.-'tI1Y CI.II'l"0RI1 SIN ITZLER
I9 ll:-nniuglon Sl.. Newton
"fl Ifillillil lwurl ruldx feulhvr
Io Ihr' hw-I."
Xluy. Swilzlvrg llorn .Iuly 26. 19075
Classical ZZ yrs.. Gem-rul Il yrs . ZICQ
Rigf-low Crzuumur: Gibbs Secretarial:
Spanish Club, -I. 53 Treausurer, 5.
LEON ARD TAYLOR
95 Dudley Rd., N1-wton'Centre
"fl man qffvu' words."
Juggur: Rorn .Iuly 17, 1907g
Elv4'll'ic'ul AT: Mason Grammar.
INIARY ELIZABISTII TILTUN
28 NYaban Avi-., xmbttn
" llhen u woman has no llIlSll'l'l',
Ihe sea has no wulr-r."
Till: Born December T. 1900,
Classical I9C: Angivr Grammar:
Boston School ol' Physical lixluuationg
Alpha Beta, I, 2: Ilonor lloll, I, 23
English Club, -L: Scvrelary, -I: Latin
Club, 4: Presiclvnt, -l-1 Class Baseball,
1. 2: Captain. l: Class Baskf-tball, 4:
Varsity Baskvtball, -I: I"rc-nch Club, I-.
CHARLES EDWARD 'I'I MBI li
295 Highland Ave., W1-st. lNcwl,on
"The pen is mighlier lhun lhe
Cornie: Born Septvmber 27, 1007:
Classival IHC: Ilycle Granunar: Vlil-
liams: Math Club, 2. 3: French
Club. 3, I: Sf-nior Play. 41 Drama
ALVIN RAN DULPII 'l'l'l'l,IS
50 I":ilmouth St.. Bnlmont
"Noi lon good. lim-fillxc llic
youd die vnungf'
Al: Born May Ifl. lfltlo: Agrivul-
Lure AT: ANIIICFIUWII llighg Class
President, 1: Nvwtonilv. I: Agri-
culture Club. fl: Prvsidf-nt, -I: Class
Hockey, 1, 22,
ETIIEL IWAE TUINRY
hi' Nlariou Natick
"l,11fv-liurz Juan, mv nmnlillu
und ll fllll.u
Babe: Born lVIay 18, 1007: Stvno-
graphiv IOOTQ Boston Iinglish llighg
Boston University: Conunoruial Club,
3. I: Spanish Club, 2: English Club, 3:
Legislature. -L: Constitutional Con-
vention, 3: Social Coininillf-0, lt:
JOHN LATIMER 'I'I III N ICR
61 Brookline St.. Newton Conlre
"Sfl'i1'c' und Slu'r'1'1'd."
Jay: Born .Iunv Il, IOUTL Sviuntilic
2-IC: Mason Granunar: M. I. 'l'.
E YA FR A NC ES TWOM IS LY
38 Wialnut Pl., Newtonville
"A kI'I1f1l18fll'l is ll fountain of
Eve: Born January 27, UNIT:
llvncral lhC: Arlington Iligzhg New-
If: Churvhill Tor.. Nvwtonvillo
"lndu0d w1'll1 surzrlil-v :J
reason . ' '
Gina: Born Svptf-nibcr 18, WUT:
llmmral 21C: Montvlair Iliuh.
ANNIE MARY VOLANTIC
DWI Dvrlham St., Newton Cf-ntre
"A good mind possesses fl king-
Born June- 15. 1900: Classical I8C:
Mason Grammar: Vlfnlloslvyl NOW!
tonitv, P1-: Fr:-nch Club, 3: Lalin
Club, 3. Ig Library Club, -I.
ZWI Ijlxllllillll St.. Nf-wton Contri-
UTI11' lf-ue hllDPI.I1t?SS QI' u re-
Rosy: Born Uctobvr I0, IIIIITZ
Classical ISC: lllason IIFZIIIIIIIIITI
Vliullosloyg Class Baskvtball. 2, il. 'll
Yarsily Basketball, 4: Class Ilovkvy.
3, lg Varsity Ilockvy, I-1 linglish
Club, I: Class Baseball, 2, Zig Mall:
Club, lt: l"r0noli Club, 3.
MARY liI.IZABlC'I'II WAIIN lil!
I ll Cypress SL.. Newton Cvntrv
"Uh ll'hlll u pul was lUur'.v."'
Mary Olivm-r: Born July fl, I008:
Classival I yr., lion:-ral 3 yrs., BIC:
llycla- Ilranunarz Simmons: Spanish
Club. Al: Fri-nvli Club. tl.
l'Il,liANUll HOBICHTA NYALSII
208 Lungxley llrl.. Nvwtou C4-nlrc
"A rlmrnzinq 4'lIIIll7tIIll0Il,' fl
Hobbyg Burn April 16, 19093
Str-nogruplniv lllU'l'g Nlusun Gram-
mar: lloslou Univvrsilyg Class Secre-
lury, 3: Cmmnerciul Club. lc Secrcr
tary. -ll Ncvvlonil,c, 32 liuglisb Club,
3, lg Urvlwslra, l: llnnur Roll. l, 23
Sa-uiur l'luy llUlljllllll1'l'. l.
FIKANK ALLICN NN AMISULIDT
21 VVl1illow0 llnl., NN 1-st IM-wlun
" ll'e r'un'l miss Nw fun."
Iloru Sept.:-nilwr T. IOOTQ liusinvss
lll'I'g XYultlxam Nurlb Junior lligbg
lifilllllltfffflill Club, lx.
W l LLI A M W A NSR EH
81 Berkshire lhl., Nowtonville
"Unc'x roridllrl is u lrue mirror."
Wim: Vlfilliug lluru August 15, F1083
Scivlitilic' l9Cg llflglllllll llighg Lui-
vursily of Nluinv.
NX Al,'l'l'Ili lil RHICSS
NN AIINICTN. JR.
970 llvzluoll Sl., N0vsl.un Cvnlrv
"lJu,vl4v Ilm lrnillulllmil' lnzlflwal
Burgn: llurn August IT, IUUTQ
Scicntilic Hull: xYllSlllllg!l0Il lliglng
liuiversily ol' llenusylvuniag linglisb
Nl Klilbli NN ICAX l'Ill
III NN:u'wirilm llml.. XX 1-sl TX:-xxluu
"4 jmjful xlur nw' yll'lllIIlIlll
'llvclclyg liorn June- LII, IOUTL
Slvnogruplnic' ll0'l'g l'4-in-v lil'ilIlllllIlI'1
Cmmum-rciul Club. l.
SIDN ICY IIASK l NS W l'IBS'l'l'IH
IH- Tlmxlvr liil.. N4-wlnnville
ln IYIIIIPIIIIY 41 rmjv plruxunl
Sid. Sonny: lluru 'Nuvmnbvr 26.
l908: Svic-uliliv llxC: .lunior lligzbg
iNurllu'usIe-rug Urvlwslru. 2. 31 ll-und,
ll 'l'rzu'ls. 2.
lll'Il,l'iN lll'l'.-K VVICLCII
101 lliw-r Sl.. VU-sh N4-wlml
"A quid rlfnwzuwr mzwriruy
up lolx qf fun."
Divk: Burn January I8. l008:
lla-m'r:il Zlfl-C1 P4-ircru Grzunmarz
NIAILIORII-I liNl'Il.YN Wlilllll
10 Morton Sl., VN vllvslcy
"Wil ix II1-v name, url lhy
Nlimlgv, Marge: llurn Junuury 2,
10003 llunvrzil IIC: Vlullcslvy llighg
Normal Arlg Ulm: Club, -lg llvullb
ROSA MUND l'IS'l'lCl,LA
36 l'lVl'l'g!I'l'0Il Ave-,. Auburmlulv
"Simpl1'1'il.v :gf f'lmr'm'lf'r' is Ihr'
nulurul resull :J Umughlf'
llnsic, llossig Burn April 5, N073
Cumlm-rrrial 20U'l'g liurr Hrzmunnrg
English Club, 43 Couuncruiul Club, bl.
21 Urcbnrcl St., Ncwluu
"ln everivlliirly he jindelh
Hul.: Burn Nlurvll fi, IOU8: Svivnlilic
lull: lligelovs llnumnurg Huston
University: Nvwluuile. l.
35 Aberdeen St., Newton Highlands
"Arlislir but no! painfully so."
Monieg Born October 31, 19083
General 2-flCg Hyde Grammar: Nor-
mal Artg Newtonite, Ig Newtonian, 43
French Club, 2.
EDGAR TRAIN WHITE, JR.
51 Hawthorne Ave., Auburndale
" His soul is us while as his
Ned, Erlgieg Born November 16,
1907, Scientific 2-lCg Burr Grammar,
M. 1, T.: Math Club, 1. 2. 33 Con-
stitutional Convention. 3:
GEORGE WILLIAM WHITE
140 Newtonville Ave., Newton
"If he determines he will rule
Blackie, Born July I4-, 1906,
Scientific 16C: Bigelow Grammar:
M. A. C.: Track. 1, 2. 3.
JOIIN JOSEPH WHITE
67 Cherry Pl., West Newton
"A genllemun knows all, bu!
shows il noi."
Born July 11, 1908: Business 111T:
Peirce Grarumarg Class Treasurer,
2, Commercial Club, 4-1 Business
Manager Newtonian, 4143 Legisla-
RUTII MAEFRED W1II'I'l'II'IOUSE
710 Washington St., Wellesley
"My knowledge CUIIILUI be slolen
Born November 25, 19083 General
1flCg Wellesley Junior llighg Class
Assistant Treasurer, 2, 3, Legislature,
3: llealth Club, 33 President, 3,
Orange Book, 3, Home Economics
Club, 43 Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4.
51 Carver Rd., Newton Highlands
"I came, I sow, I conquered."
Whit, Born August 10, 1907:
Classical l9C: Hyde Grammar:
Harvardg Class President, 1, 2,
Student Council. 1, 2, Zig President
Associates. 5: Executive Council,
5, Baseball. 3, 41, 5: Hockey, 3, 5.
EDITH IIUVVARD VVILLCUX
8 Birch Hill Rd., Newtonville
"Her lulenls were of Ihe more
Bunny, Squeakg Born September
30, 1908: Classical l9Cg Peirce
Grammar: Vassar: Class Hockey. 43
French Club, 3. 41 English Club, fl-3
Math Club. lg Honor Holl, 3.
33 Summer St., Newton Upper Falls
"A good scoul is as lrue ns slcelf'
Berth, Libbyg Born December 27,
1907g Stenographic 1l0Tg Emerson
Grammar: Prize Speaking, 1.
102 Erie Ave., Newton Highlands
"There is mrzjeslic grandeur in
Vic, Vicieg Born May 24, 1908,
Classical l8Cg Hyde Grammar: Mt.
Holyoke: Glee Club, 3, 4, 5: Presi-
dent, 55 Math Club, 5.
MARTHA LINETA NVILLSON
78 Madisoll Ave.,Newlonville
"A smile for rz'er,vIuulv."
Bom December 29, 1907, Classi-
cal 24-Cg Clallin Grammar: Skifllllorvl
Constitutional Convention, 3: Class
Basketball, 1, 2: Class Hockey, 1, 22
Class Baseball, lg Glen Club. 5:
Spanish Club, -lg Secretary-Treasurer,
Y.. LSL 'Q
UQ u' W .
ui, ii, ,,:w,.,i,, mlm., , , ,
Hll'1'l1 AGA'I'1lA NYILSON
1-1 P12119 St., N1-wlon llppvr Falls
" IIN' lmir irux nal more sunny
Ihun hw' heur'l."
liabv lluth: Horn June 18, 1007,
Clz-rival 201711 Needham llighg
Conunorvial Club, 'L
Rlffl IAHD AUSTI N NYINSLOXV
l li Woodland Rd., Auburndalc
'Yienlle in manners, bu! reso-
lulv in dard."
Dirk, Farmer, Born Svptvinlwr 20,
10083 Scif-ntilic LHC: Burr Grammar:
'l'nl'lsg Wlatli Club, 3, -lr: l"rf'nc:li Club,
lg Spanish Club, Il, ,lg Yarsity Or-
:-lu-slra, li: llanil, 441 Constitutional
T3 Loinbaril St., Newton
"fl l'Ill'l'l1fIlI .vpiril is mlm! Ihre
Glad, Bcanim-3 Horn Decmnln-1' 12,
1007: Classical 1811, Peirce Grammar,
Simmons, Glvn Club, -1.
MANY l'Il,1Z:Xlil'I'l'll Nl l11Gll'l'
T00 lic-ac-on Sl., New Lon Cr-ntre
"l'iwv'Il1' is dwul. nom l1'rvj'nr
www' jilir, I,I'lIlll'llll,,l
liorn January 8, 1900, Classical
HEC, 'Xlason Grammar: Simmons:
'Xlalli Club, fl, 1143 Frm-iicli Club, -113
lfnglisli Club, Il, li: Drama Club, 44,
Glow- Club. -lg Svuior Play,-1.
SAHMI HICNNISON NN RIGHT
19 Nic,-loria Cir., Newton Centre
".Alrull11'r1'oi4'r l1'u.vx11'el'l and low."
Sally, Horn .lunc 26, 19083 Classi-
1-al Hill, Junior lliglig Wellesley:
Naewt,onit,1,-, l, 41, Glen Club, 4.
,X onli ii 1, W iw ni: Mwiiwi-M
LLOYD STANDISH YOUNG
19 VVooclbine St., Auburndale
"I '11 laugh Ioduy if iomorrouv I div."
Cy, Algy, Born Dfff'f?IIlbCf 1-1, 1906'
Business 111'1'g Clallin Grammar,
Boston Univvrsityg Nlatli Club, Il,
Connnvrvial Club, lg Base-ball, 2, 33
Football Squad, 'lg Ncwtonitv, 2:
Track Squad, 3, 11 Manager Class
580 Vvalnut St., Ncwtonville
IKCOIIIIIIOII sense is no! a mm-
Al, Born January 6. N093 Scivn-
tilic IHC: Junior lligli, M. 1. T.:
Niall: Club, 3, -ll,
CAROLINE DURANT ZIEGLEIK
181 Windsor Rd., Vliaban
" 'Tis no luxk for suns lo Slllllllill
Carolg Born May T, 1909, Classival
1811, Girls' Laling Wlillfrsluyg English
Club, 31 Malli Club, 3, lg Library
Club, IQ Newlonilv, -lg Senior Play
181 Windsor lhl., NYaban
"fl zlerirlnl opiriinn, ,vrl u
clrcwful .vrnilr "
Cunning Born Novcmbf-r 21, IOOTQ
Classival IHC: Girls' Latin, Miss
xYllCl'l0l'k,S1 Glue Club, -L
IIICLICN DOROTHY BENN1'I'1"1'
64 YN yolning lid., Newtonvillc
" llinges IJ lru1'friendship ne'cr
Dot: Born April ll, l908g Classical
19C, Our Lady'sg Wbllcsleyg Math
Club, 3, -1-g l"'rench Club, -lg Honor
N.15.- Nlisplaced by error.
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FRANCIS T. REIRNE 7 River st., satin. Natick lg
"An unassuming youlh who lreads wilh greal men."
Ozzie: Born April 24, 1908: Electrical AT: Natick High: M. I. T.: Class Baseball. 3: Senior Play Comlnitlee, AL.
JOHN FRYE BELL 9 Maple Pk., Newton Centre
"Verilabl,v, a Chinese puzzle." .
BorII July 29, 1909: Classical 18C: Mason Grammar: Yale: Math Club, 4.
FREDERIC JOHN CALLAHAN 33 Mague Ave., NVest Newton
2 " He was all sunshine." 3
Fred: Born January 12, 1908: Business 111'I': Peirce Grammar: Commercial Club, 4: Senior Play Coniinittef-, At:
Class Baseball. 1, 2, 3: Class Football, 1, 2, 3.
ALFRED CHURCH so Judkins st., N.-WIUIIVIIIQ
"Silent and reserved." l
Axe, Al: Born April 16, 1907: Scientific HC: Junior High: University of California j
gg JAMES WILLIAM DANIELS 51 Early st.. MSI. Nt-Wien
2 "The lang of Ihe sea is ever wilh me."
Jimmy, Dan: Born October 3, 1907: Business l11T: Gloucester High: Commercial Club, 4. i
JOHN JOSEPH D'ARCY 62 Court. st., N.-wttmviiita
"There is only one proof of ability - aelionf'
2 Jack: Born February 16, 1909: Business 111T: Parochial Grammar: Northeastern: Newtonite, Alt: f30lllI1ll'l'l1llil
Club, 4: Class Treasurer, 2: Math Club, 3, 4: Senior Play Committee, 4.
MADALINE ANDRoss DOGGETT 504 California st., Npwamviiie
g "The quiet mind is mos! happy." 2
Doc: Born February 5, 1908: Classical 24C: Dorchester High: Boston University: Orchestra, -l: French Club. 5,
WILLIAM HENRY DOLAN, JR. 342 Lexington St.. Auburndale
E I " Happiness is his middle name." 5
Blondie, Bill: Born November 11, 1907: Business 111T: Burr Grammar. 1
E MARGARET HORNBY FAIRCHILD 3 Oak Ter., Newton llighlanrls V
" lVil is the salt of eonuersalionf' 5
g Peg, Mig: Born October 30. 1907: Classical 3 yrs., 14C: Hyde Grammar: Simmons: Matin Club, 3: French Club, 3.
TALMADGE ECKERT FLETCHER 100 Madison Ave., Newtonville
"Men may come: men may qv, bul I lalk on forever I
2 Tal: Born December 13, 1907: Scientific l6C: Binghamton High: Business Manager Newtonite, 3, 4-: Drama Club. -L. Q
RUTH ELIZABETH GANLEY 38 oak Ave., xvese. Newton
"An open-hearled maiden full of joy." 5
Born April 25, 1908: Stenographic 109T: Peirce Grammar: Commercial Club, ll-. ,
ANSON GROVER GARFIELD T7 Kaposia St., Auburnmlale
"A general oplimislf'
Andy, Spike: Born May 23, 1909: Business 11lT: Burr Grammar: Commercial Club, fl: Class Football, 1, 2:
Class Baseball, 1, 2.
i RICHARD GREGORY GRAHAM, JR. 19 Old Colony Rd., Chestnut llill
"Good nalure is slronger lhan lomahawksf'
Bud: Born January 15, 1907: General 111T: Mason Grammar: Boston University.
BERTHA ESTHER GREENWALD 107 West St., Newton
"Silence is golden."
E Boy: Born May 14, 1909: Commercial l09T: Junior High: Commercial Club, 4.
g ETHEL CAROLINE HAFFERMEHL 84 NValpole St., Canton
"Those dark, deep orbs, how we envy lhemf'
g Carrie: Born February 12, 1908: Clerical 209T: Mason Grammar: Conservatory: Commercial Club, IS, -L.
MARGARET HARVEY 167 Hicks St., West N4-wton 2
" Happiness consisls in aclivillvf' 2
2 Peg: Born May 26, 1907: Clerical 209T: Peirce Grammar: Howard: Commercial Club, 4: Class Baseball. 2. V
g ROSAMOND WORTERS HINE 83 Central Ave., Newtonville
. "Deeds, not words." 3
Rose, Rozie: Born June 17, 1907: Classical 18C: Horace Mann Grammar: Boston University: Glee Cluh.2, 3, 1:
Legislature, 3. i
g MERRILL BRUCE HUNTING 147 Hancock St., Auburntlale
2 " Henre, all ye vain deliglzlsf'
Mel, Mal: Born May 28, 1908: Classical 18C: Taft: Yale.
FANNIE SYLVIA KLIGMAN -156 VVatertown st.. Newtonville
g "A kind hear! is a founlain :J gladnessf'
2 Born March 20, 1908: Commercial 209T: Junior High: Commercial Club, -1-.
g ESTELLE CLAIRE LACROIX 289 IVatertown St., Newton
g "A sweeter girl ne'er walked Ihe earlh."
g Born November 22, 1909: Stenographic l09T: JuIIior High: Orchestra, 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club. 4.
M111'll1111'llll'll1'llllll'1lll'1lll'llllllllllllllT'l''UlQQ1'l111'111lll'1'lllll'lll'U1'l THE NEWTONIAN 1.lllllllllIll'Fllll'.l'F1llllFPWl1llllllllFEF1lllllll'!llllFFllllllllll.llll'!lI'llllllllllllllllllM
E2 .louw Jost-:Pu 1.YoNs 14 Lyman st., Newton centre
2 "Willing lo do his parl lhough unobserved."
E 2 Born June 28, 1907: Classical 19C: Mason Grammar: Boston College.
2 JOHN MACIVEIK 125 1Vinchester St., Newton Highlands
E : "A silenl, shy, peace loving man of veryfew words." 3
Mac: Born September 19. 1908: Business 111T: Hyde Grammar: Commercial Club, 4.
E MAHGA B ET MARY MACNEIL 35 Brooks Ave., Newtonville
E f " Her likes are as slrong as her dislikes." E
Peggy: Born September 10. 1905: General 27C: Peirce Grammar.
3 S JOHN CIKOITKETT MILLA 1lD 1136 Centre St., Newton Centre
" He seeks nolfarne, bul harmony. ' E
gg Johnny: Born March 23, 1907: General 24C: Mason Grammar: Dennison: Junior Varsity Football, 3, 4:
E f Drama Club. 5: Senior Play, 5. e E.
E Mnvmnnn LEWIS uoonv 27 Park st., Newton
2 "A man of cheerful ,veslerdays and confidenl lomorrowsf' E 3
2 2 Born February 7, 1908: Classical 24C: Bigelow Grammar: Harvard: Legislature, 5: French Club, 4, 5: Math Club, 4, 5. 3
EDWARD ALLEN MOORE 22 Winthrop St., WValtham
"Every man for himseU'." 2
Born .luly 25, 1908: Automobile AT: VValtham High.
l'luscu.t.A Momsow Vernon Ct., Newton
E "Good nalure is a sign. of a generous soul." E
2 1 Pris: Born October 25. 1909: General 24C: Junior High: Fine Arts and Crafts.
E HELEN CAROLINE MULLER 116 Church St., Newton
3 "A maiden modest and self-possessed." 2
2 2 Born November 27, 1905: Business 106T: New Orleans High: Boston University: Newtonite, 3. 4.
2 2 maui' Jostcvu MURPHY 903 Walnut st., Newton Ieligntnnde
E 5 "Common sense is nol a common lhing." 2
Phil, Spud: Born July 4, 1906: Classical 24C: Hyde Grammar: Boston College: Football, 4, 5.
JOEL MCGIXEGOIK NICHOLS 399 Central St., Auburndale
E "Firsl a man, lhen a genllemanf'
gi Small Change. Joe: Born May 9, 1907: Scientific 21-C: Burr Grammar: Bowdoin: Senior Play, 4: Math Club, 3, 4.
5 f JOHN NOBDBLOM 1000 Walnut St., Newton Highlands
i f " His fair hair my heart enrrhainedf' E E
E Jack: Born April 29, 1907: Classical 24C: Boston English High: Harvard: Hockey Squad, 4: Baseball Squad. 3, 4.
32 EILEEN ELIZABETH PABK 3 VVinthrop St., West Newton
E "A lillle, liny, prelly, willy, charming darling she."
D Nec-lie. Pinky: Bom January 20, 1909: Classical MC: Peirce Grammar: Simmons: Spanish Club, 3.
3 - JAM ES 1"1lEDI'I1K1C POLAND 181 Lexington St.. Auburndale
E 5 " He who works hard deserves success." 2 E
Jimmie: Born August 12, 1908: Business 111T: Burr Grammar: Boston University: English Club, 4: Commercial
5 Club. 4: Senior Play Committee, 4: Honor Boll, 4: Class Baseball, 3, 4.
? WILLIAM DYSON PROCTOB 45 Elliot St., Newton Highlands
2 "An ine1:pressible something."
Goat: Born April 2, 1906: Cabinet AT: Hyde Grammar: Springfield: Class Relay, 3: Class Baseball, 3: Class
Hockey Captain. 3: Varsity Football, 4: Varsity Baseball, 3: Varsity Hockey, 4.
NEIDBA ISABELLE SMITH 36 Nathan Rd., Newton Centre
g "She acknowledged no masler." E
5 Smithy: Born October 23, 1908: Clerical 209T: Needham High.
is A1.vA s1'tatN 17 Kenilworth st., Newton
E "l'Vhal manner of man is lhis?" 2
2 Born September 18, 1907: Scientific 24C: Andover: Bowdoin: Swimming, 4: Math Club, 3, 4. 2
JAMES JOSEPH STEVENSON 142 Oak St., Newton Upper Falls
"Always al work." 2
2 2 Born October 4, 1909: Business 111T: Emerson Grammar. Ei
is MARY Acmas sU1.1.tvAN 329 Lexington st., Auburndale
E s "Shc's as lighl on her feel as lhe morning dew." E
E Tootsie: Born August 12, 1908: Clerical 209T: Burr Grammar: Commercial Club, 4: Newtonite, 4: Declamation, 1, 2. 3
E PAUL JOSEPH TI IOMAS 16 Prospect Ave., Waltham
"Don'l worry about lomorrowf il will soon be yesterday."
Born May 19, 1906: Automobile AT: Waltham Junior High: Orchestra, 3, 4: Class Baseball, 2: Class Treasurer, 2.
HELEN LORD TREADWELL 70 Eddy St., West Newton
2 2 Thai same old smile greels us slill. 5 E
ni Tready: Born April 29, 1907: Commercial 209T: Girls' High: Commercial Club, 4: Volley Ball. 1. '
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The Voyage of The "Shakespeariana"
ONG years ago. the ancient ship "Shakespeariana" sailed the billowing
waves of Education. The history of its four years' voyage was long forgotten.
but one day an ancient seaman was discovered Who had treasured in his keeping
the log of the ship. The manuscript. though faded and yellow. was finally
deciphered. and because of its interesting narrative, is herewith published.
It is divided into four sections. as follows:
A C0ll19dy of Errors
ln the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred two and twenty. the
good ship "Shakespeariana" did set sail upon her voyage. Being manned by a
crew strange and inexperienced, she did meet with great difficulty during the
first part of' her cruise. A course uncharted and teeming with perils stretched
before her. Mighty vessels bearing haughty crews did sail most scornfully by.
Others. kindlier and of a gentler spirit. sought to guide the unlried ship o'er
the highest breakers. Having battled the stormy seas nigh unto five moons. the
youthful mariners did choose for themselves four leaders: William Cummings.
captain: Marion Marshall. hrst mateg Kathryn Smith. log-keeper: and Jolm
Holt. purser. Guided by these hands. the good ship did clear the shallows of
"final exams" and make her first port.
hluch Ado About Nothing
Two moons having risen and set. the "Shakespeariana" did resume her
excursion. Ben Adams was chosen captain: Bette Davis, first mate: Faith Wing.
keeper of the log: and John Holt. purser. ln contests with other ships. the
"Shakespeariana" did prove her prowess. At sight of the dense fog of 'fhnal
exams" a great lamentation arose, but the ship did successfully pass through the
cloud. At her second port she did find two other ships. the "Technicalia" and
the "X ocationaliaf' which had embarked at the same time as the "Shakespeari-
ana." ln the first year's voyage, the crew of the "Technicalia" chose no leaders.
but their second cruise was made under the following officers: Jolm ltanisden.
captain: Mabelle Brightman. first mate: Evelyn Keith. keeper of the log: and
John White. purser. Their journey thus far had been a long and happy one.
having included assemblies. a "Freshman Frolicf, and a contest for the best
speakers. The crew excelled in athletic feats, and many seamen were of a musical
trend. The "Yocationalia," also, possessed a worthy record. The leaders who
did guide it over the stormy waters of the first year were: Alvin Titus. captain:
Robert Barr. first mateg Dorothy McCullough. keeper of the log: and Carolyn
Pomeroy. purser. Meetings were held jointly with other ships and did brighten
the days ol' this long voyage. The second yearis cruise was an even merrier one.
Oft did they feast and many were the jovial gatherings in which they did partici-
pate. The crew chose for its leaders that year: Robert Barr. captain: Xlice
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Goodnow. f'u'st mateg Evelyn Allingham, succeeded by Joseph Ball, keeper of the
log: and Edward Jones. succeeded by Paul Thomas, purser. Thus. at the end
of two years. the three noble ships did meet and their crews did unite.
The united crews. after a sojourn of nigh three moons. set sail upon the third
part of their voyage. And lol the ruler of the vast seas of Education did summon
selected seamen from the many ships to make charts according to which all
should proceed. And when this had been done, the three crews were indeed
united in every way. The seamen then chose for themselves these leaders: Ben
Adams. captain: lllabelle Brightman. first mateg Eleanor Walsh. recorder of the
cruise: and Ralph Richardson. purser. Soon the course did grow most difficult
to navigate, but at last, having weathered the roughest sea of all up to this point,
the "Sl1akespeariana" cast anchor in her third port.
All's Well That Ends Well
ltejoicing. yet sorrowing that her cruise was well nigh completed. the "Shake-
spearianau did start upon the last lap of her voyage. The veteran crew chose
leaders once more: Ben Adams. captain: Guy Holbrook. first mate: Jean Mac-
Donald. second mateg William Hall. keeper of the logg and Carl Nelson. purser.
When the winter sun was sinking low. the older seamen did hold a frolic to which
many of the younger fry did come. Later. chosen mariners of the vessel pre-
sented a play entitled "Prunella." All too soon, the ship approached her
destined port. Afar ofl' was sighted the rock-bound coast whose jutting barriers
of "exams" must first be passed. After due maneuvering the jagged rocks were
safely eluded. and the faithful ship did sail on a smooth sea into a sheltered bay,
with all hands on deck to view the glory of the 6'City of Knowledge."
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IN the vast domain of Newton High School, a world war of education was
being waged. It was during September. in the year 1923, that a call to
arms was issued. taking in all those who were trained in the grammar school
camps. A mighty throng responded, and was, in time, named the regiment
"1927". The recruits were told by the commander-in-chief that the main
objective was to master the enemy Education. The plan to follow was to hit
every obstacle true and hard. and to let nothing pass by one's post. With
these few words, the regiment 1927 began its work.
The troops battled bravely with such new and worthy foes Algebra.
French, and English. It was after a forced march against great odds that the
regiment staged a little practice battle with three veteran regiments in a track
meet. The 1927 group came out at the bottom. the only thing to expect from
green troops. It uncovered, however. some valiant members in Spain. Stubbs,
Warren, and one or two others. Spain and Stubbs. combined with some veterans
of the other troops, defeated a band of invading Canadians on the ice. During a
brief rest, one-half the regiment chose Edgar Wiarren as commander: Alfred
Hartridge. first lieutenant, Virginia Spurrier, recorder of the minutes, and Charles
Benson, keeper of the funds. The other section elected John Sullivan commander,
Ellen Kenefick. first lieutenant, Edna Laubner, recorder of the minutes. and
Paul Shannon. keeper of the funds.
Nineteen hundred and twenty-seven attended many social functions which
were provided for soldiers off duty. When the last ditch battle against the
pestering foe June Examinations was over, the tired troop rated leave of absence.
In September, 1921, the well-rested regiment returned to wage the second
year of battle. Two other regiments united with Section Cv1927, and with
these reenforcements, new leaders were elected. They ranked in the following
order: Edgar Warren, Bartlett Jewell, Virginia Spurrier, and Charles Casey.
With so many new members, it was decided to draw up a constitution. by
which the troops might be governed.
As before, Spain and Stubbs performed great deeds and in a special encounter
in an old section called DRILL SHED, the 1927 section returned third best.
The mighty seniors, 1925, were victorious. Many of 1927's members were rank-
ing high in the list of brainy achievements. The different organizations of the war
received these heroes on their rolls. Their leaders were a little more practised:
they called meetings and much was accomplished. 1927 sent its orators into a
battle called "A Prize-Speaking Contest," with much success. During this year
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order. 1927 had shown its mettle. It had fought hard and well. Next year
great things would be accomplished.
With a couple of month's rest, 1927 returned once more. It received many
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the following rank. William Cummings, Paul Nason, Marion Bonner, and
Alfred Guzzi. When the first test of strength came in a third meet, the regiment
1927 emerged victorious, defeating the other three troops. Its individual mem-
bers still showed their powers. A social event was sponsored by 1927 in the old
drill shed. It was a success, as was to be expected. When regiment 1926
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them in their last moments of joy. It was thus that the third year of encounters
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Vice-President, Nils Holmstrand
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QCGR.ANDPA.,' said a small boy of nine, as he sat on his grandfather's knee
before the fireplace one cold blustery night in early February. "Dan is a
sophomore now. and says that they have dandy times up at his high school.
'tDandy times. huh!" responded grandpa. as he shook his aged white head.
4'His good times are nothing compared to What we used to do at Newton High
when I was a sophomore in 1926. Lad. We were the best class there. and there's
no denying it.. l'll tell you about it. sonnyf'
Although it was about the four-thousandth time he had told the story. the
old man began-"I tell you. When we lirst went up there. We were as seared as
freshmen ever were. Hut after about two months We assembled and elected a
chap named Robert Tracy to lead us. with Elizabeth Pratt to help him. and
Donald Burns to act as secretary, with Elizabeth Curtis to icollect the cash'.
"Some time later. we had hockey. football. and baseball games, while the girls
had Held hockey. basketball. and a gym meet. Finally the e11d of the year
came, and the dreaded final exams. Then-the summer. during which exams
and books never once entered our minds.
"Although We had a fine time during the summer, We were very anxious to
get back as sophomores. We weren't afraid this year and certainly Gheld our
oWn.' Some time before Christmas We spent a valuable study period voting.
and finally chose Robert Tracy to lead us once more, with Nils Holmstrand as
vice-president, Jerry Angino as secretary. and Ruth Holbrook to take care of our
"Again this year We Went out for athletics, besides Working on the 'Newton-
ite' and shining in the prize-speaking contest. In May, we had a party in the
A deep breath from Hsonnyw interrupted the narrative. Later. having left
the child to his dreams, the old man sat gazing thoughtfully into the merrily
dancing flames, living over his life once more at Newton High.
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Vice-Pre.s'id0nI, John P. Orr
Secrelary, Carolyn Lewis
Treasurer, Anna Barrett
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THIN curl of blue smoke endlessly twisted itself towards the twinkling
stars above. The great black mountains. faintly outlined by the paling
moon. watched over the camp of the Blackfoot lndian tribe. Natachee and all
his children were seated around the dying coals.
Natachee had just come back from the great white people's land in the east.
All the papooses were eager to hear of the white children's learning. This is
the story that he told:
"Early one rainy day during the first month offalling leaves, great tribes of
white papooses came for the first time to the heap big school of wisdom. Newton
High. During the time of the harvest moon, the papooses went over many new
trails directed by the big chiefs. The papooses held elections. and Dora tium-
mings. a squaw. was made head chief. John Orr came next in order of worship.
while Anna l3arrett was appointed to hold the wampum. The tribe decided to
have another squaw to keep account of the council meetings. Carolyn l.ewis
was their choice.
"The councils were held in the big hall. and the papooses were conunended
on their brave work at the new learning. Some of the braves were skilled in the
use of the tom-tom and they played at the council. The heap big noise they
made satished all within a mile.
"Groups of the young warriors played a game with a pig's skin. They van-
quished the neighboring tribes several times. to the huge delight of the coaches,
who were on the look-out for future stars in this splendid game.
"The squaws also played games. During the hunter's moon. they played
hockey on a smooth field. Many came to help in the sport, and all had a chance
to get black and blue.
"When cold weather came down from the North. the young warriors got
their sticks and played more games. this time on the ice. In the lodge. the squaws
bounced a basketball. They had much to learn. but it was lots of fun.
"Some of these papooses were so wise that they were admitted to secret
tribes called Alpha Beta and the Science Club. The older warriors were tricky
and they fooled the papooses at first. but the latter soon learned the dope. This
digesting of the rules and regulations was found to be necessary for a happy
school career. Now I am ended. Some day when Manito so decrees. you.
too, shall go to the white man's school of learning."
All was still except the crackling of the fire. Natachee and his band rose
softly and wended their way to the tents. The twinkling stars looked down
upon the sleeping camp of the red children. Man was at rest.
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'6Strangers in a strange land." The Three Bicyclers Cfemj, Ann Baker,
Bosarnund Edwards, Dora Cummings.
When the babies shake their rattles, Boy Baker's bugle makes half the noise.
Louis Volpe may be a prison warden some years hence. The room which
he's proctor of has a fine attendance record.
Where there's a fighting chance on right inside, Marion Mellus will fight for
the girls' hockey team.
Evidently tllese children want to be heard as well as seen, or why would
Faith Foster, Nancy Byther, Evan Collins, and Norman Dewire be on the
The Science Club is under good marching order, with Fred Wing at the
head and Paul Petitmermet and Loring Siegner falling in rank behind. Way,
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EWVTON started off with her consistent score against Quincy. Toni Gilligan
and his allies scoring twelve points. The following Saturday her colors
were lowered in a splendid early season tussle by the score of T to 0. Providence
Tech presented an excellent. team while the Orange and Blat-k's hacktield eouldn't
SEQHI to function. Recollections of VValtham appeared when Newton plowed.
waded. and swam through the minions of Deering lligh from Nlaine by the
avalanche slide of ,146 to 0. lf the season had been all muddy weather the tlarden
City trucks might. have been the proverbial "point-a-ininute" team.
On Columbus Day. liverett. triumphed by the picayune score of 6 to tl. Hut
by far the worst. feature was the detinite loss of plucky Frank Spain and "Bo"
Hemeon being partially crippled. ln this set-to the light Newton line out.-
played and out-gained the reputedly stronger and veteran liverett frontier we
a feather in Mr. Diekinsons cap.
Cambridge Latin was the next visitor at Newton's Circus tiround and
although her unique passing effort was dangerous the Orange and lllack quelled
her by stubborn resistance. The tally was chalked up: Newton li. tlambridge
The tigers proteges travelled over to VValtham. and aided by fortunate
openings felled the Watch tflity's hopes by 9 to T. Tonnny tlilligan. with a
perfect. field goal and an equally accurate pass. was the predominant tigure.
"Bus, lNlcflul'ough opened up his run of "A Pass a tiame Nleans a Touehdovvn
for Me." The line. although weak at times. rose to the occasion and bore the
brunt. of the lled's surge. Sad to relate. Waltham. because of an ot'ticial's de-
cision concerning Mr. Leary. their coach. has severed sporting relations with
Somerville. after an auspicious start. when her back tore for a score on the
premier moment. slid down to defeat by the enumeration of 20 to o. Ililly
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Proctor went rampant while Holbrook began his career as the best forward-pass
man since "Herb" Garrity.
The Blue and White were vanquished by Newton's forces 6 to 0 in the best
game of the season. The home team's players were noticeably superior to Med-
ford's. Nlctifullough scored the winning points when he speared a snap pass
on the goal line and. avoiding Captain Herb's eleven. fell over for the winning
points. The feature of the contest was the tackling of the Newton crowd- a
man stopped right where he was hit that day.
Over at Russell Field. after some postponements. the Orange and Black laid
an aerial barrage of almost perfect conception, winning by 21 to 0. llolbrook's
pegs were rifle-like in speed and accuracy. while the receivers acted as if catching
a football was a cinch. Hemeon shone by his excellent work at end: especially in
alertness. a prime requisite for the wing-men.
'lllianksgiving Day was Gloom Day for all concerned except the Wealthy
Towners. Newton fell 6 to 0 before the combined team-work of Gentle and
Meeglian. Captain 'l'om's injury seemed to dishearten the eleven and though
Clark showed latent ability and llolbrook set a mark for completed passes,
Newton went down to defeat and played her poorest game of the year.
This season. everything considered. was one of the best since championship
times and all this was due to Mr. l3ickinson's and Carson Stanwood's energetic
and intelligent labors. The green line became a stalwart bulwark and the backs
a "ten first-downs a game" set, by their close application to the tutor's advice.
In mentioning the Junior. Intermediate. and Freshman elevens. bear in
mind that they played a hard schedule and are going to be on deck to plug
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HE 1926 hoekey sextet had a erowded sehedule. as about sixteen games
were planned for the two months of the hoekey season. The final tally shows
a good balanee on the winning side.
The premier game was with Brookline. whieh presented a husky outfit. This
first league tilt was won by Newton. 241. As the first game. it gave a light on
the players. The three veteran forwards. Captain llolbrook. Stubbs. and
Powers showed good form. while Andres and Proetor showed exeellent defense
ability. A Championship outfit proved to be in the making.
The Hrst defeat. and the only league loss. eame from Stoneham. 241. How-
ever. Belmont. in a league Contest. sueeumbed 541. Arlington offered stiff resist-
anee. and it required an overtime period to subdue this stubborn outfit.
141. Cambridge. loo. was not beaten until the last 230 seeonds of an overtime
The Arena playoffs resulted in two wins and one loss. Stoneham was taken
by a score of 4-l. avenging the earlier defeat. The Melrose game will never be
forgottten by those who paeked into the Arena on February 211. The team work
eould not be beaten. "Red" Holbrook was everywhere. ably assisted by Stubbs
and Spain. Thompson. guarding the net. had a motto like that of the lfreneh
at Yerdun. The final tally of 241 in Newton's favor shows how Newton played.
Cambridge. however. retaliated by winning with a seore of 34. and as eaeh
team in the Hound Robin had won two and lost one. a triple tie between
Cambridge. Newton. and Melrose resulted.
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ii Newton obtained third plat-v in tht- Livut. tlvorgv H. Nlt-vhan 'l'rophy
E swim. Brooklinv and lluntington just nose-d out thf- tiardt-n tiity natators.
2 The formvr rams- away with 275 points. whilv lluntington won IU and Nt-wton l I.
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aspirants on Whieh to build a squad. Xeterans were few but the fellows
got down to serious work. and after vaeation the ehanees looked better when the
interelass meet Came around. This was eaptured by the Juniors 37432. whim-h
speaks well for next year's team. Some very fine performanees were eloeked for
the first meet. Moore in the dash, Fullerton and llannnond in the jumps. and
Stuart and Seeley in the distanees were the lights brought to view and they
continued to shine throughout the season. When the old-timers returned to do
battle with their Alma Mater. they were sent baek on the short end of a 55--22
score. Fullerton led the exhibit by winning the high jump and hurdles. llam-
mond looked good in the broad jump. while Seeley stepped the "I00tl" in almost
With these preliminaries as a baekground. Brookline was met. The team did
very well in holding the aged veterans of the Wealthy Town to a sc-ore of VP28.
The visitors turned out strong in the field events and then finished the work with
strong men in the running events. The return meet at Brookline showed an im-
proved Newton team. This time the sm-ore was IVP29.
Lawrenee was the next Contender. and went away with a 30438 verdiet a the
same margin by which liawrenee was defeated last year. "VVallie" Fullerton
featured the meet by taking four first plaees.
The season. earrying some defeats and some vietories. might be ealled medioere.
But next year should bring a team eonsiderably above the average. Nlost of the
boys will return and the veterans will have profited by this year's experieuee.
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fore. to make any forecast of the season is rather difficult.
The dual meets arranged so far are scheduled as follows:
Dorchester at Newton.
Milton Academy at Milton.
Concord at Concord.
Providence Tech at Newton.
28. Quincy at Quincy.
There are also six interscholastic meets: Hay 8. Worcester: Nlay l5. llar
yard: May l9. Boston College: May 22. Yale: Nlay 20. Brown: and the season
winds up with the State Nleet at llarvard Stadium on .l une 5.
The most promising' candidates for the team seem at present to he:
Sprints: Nloore. Fullerton. Huswell. liamsden.
One-quarter mile: Stuart. liollmeyer.
One-half mile: Cummings. NlcXIanus.
One mile: Seeley. Nlctifrudden.
Hurdles: Fullerton. Snow. liamsden. lfhelhare. liollmeycr. Nloore.
Broad Jump: Fullerton. llammond.
High Jump: llammond. Fullerton. lihelhare.
Shot Put: tlonnillf Pratt. Nlacy. YY. Brown.
Discus: tilonnifl. lfhelhare, XY. Brown.
llammer: Connill. Nloore. W. Brown.
Javelin: Clark. tfonnill.
Pole yauli: White. lfmla.
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T. Gilligan J. Proctor
N. Hanscom A. Shaw
G. llonbmak J. Stubbs
S. MeCleary T. Sutcliffe
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of veteran material. The infield and outfield were almost entirely complete,
with the possible exception of short-stop and right field. Nlctfleary was the sole
veteran moundsman. while the receiving end was entirely lacking in its stock
of receivers. Gilligan and Monahan have advanced to fill this position and both
have done creditable work. Newcomers for the box proved the greatest asset to
the team. Bob Pickard. Dan Wilson. and Newt, Hanscom promise many vic-
tories for the remainder of the season.
The nine made its debut with the Swampscott team and crushed the visitors
22-1 in a most one-sided exhibition of the diamond game. However. a week
later Lawrence dropped into camp and snatched a win to the melody of 6-3. On
the 19th the team again met defeat. at the hands of tlainbridge, 6-3. The jinx
disappeared on the following Wednesday and the Orange and Black nine recovered
its stride well enough to bury Boston English 5-l. Taking its first league victory
April 24, the Newton aggregation humbled Everett 2-1. Pickard hurled this
game for Newton and held the Everettites to three hits, Gilligan triple scored
McCullough. and PI'OCt0l'lS clever bunt. provided the winning runs for the Newton
team. On the following Wednesday. Lynn Classical was easy prey and Newton
once again emerged victorious. The final game before this article went to
press was tossed or rather most kindly donated to the lNledfordites by the non-
support rendered by the Newton infield. The score was 642.
The features of the season so far have been the fielding and batting of Nlc-
Cullough and Gilligan, while the pitching of llob Pickard has been extremely
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Caplain. Robert Turner
fllanager, Saville Davis
Coach, Mr. Wendell F. Smith
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F. Broughton C. Parker
S. Davis D. Scott
A. Noble R. Turner
Monday Boston Latin
Saturday Yale Interseholastic
Thursday Harvard Freshman
Saturday Harvard lnterseholastif'
Saturday Offered Harvard 2nd
Offered English High
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Fessenrlen. 0 Newton. 5 2
Lowell. 0 Newton. 5 5
St. lWary's. I5 Newton.
Exeter. 3 Newton. 2 5
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one of which to be ashamed. Out of the four games played. two were tied
and two lost..
Praetiee started September lla. and was Continued for several weeks before
any selections were made. After eareful Watching and diserimination. thirteen
girls were Chosen to make up the varsity squad. Of these. live were letter winners
last year. lvnder the direction and eoaehing of Miss Mit-e .lones. a star of this
year's All-American team. the girls developed fine team work and defensive
ability. but laeked aggressiveness in shooting goals.
The season opened with a game against Waltham at Cabot lfield. Xlthough
both teams put up a stiff light. neither was able to break the tie seore of 22.
The following Week. our girls journeyed to Needham. where they were over-
whelmed by a superior team. and were forced to a CVO defeat. Nlelrose eame
to Cabot Field as our next opponents. While this game proved another defeat
of 34. Cleaner playing and better hockey was displayed than formerly. thu' last
mateh was played at home with Lasell Seminary. Both teams went on the tield
equally determined to win. and the result was another tie. tsl. The Xluninae
game, scheduled to be played during the Thanksgiving reeess. was unfortunately
Called off on aeeount of the poor weather.
Capt. Yirginia llodder. at goal. was a great faetor in keeping low the seore
of our opponents.
liarly in lDt't't'IIlllf'I'. a tea was given by Xiirginia llodder at her home. llere
letters were given out. and the two leaders for next year's squad eleeted Nlarion
Frost. eaptain. and Yirginia llodder. manager.
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the excellent eoaehing of Miss liathhone. and her introduetion ol' a new
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the past, it was deeided that a squad of twenty-one would he ehosen.
. After eareful consideration. the eoaeh. Manager Farnum. and Captain llrooks
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with their sister elass. eame next with T5 points. The .luniors followed with I0
points. while the Freshmen linished with no points. hut with a keen interest in the
sport to he developed next year.
E Sinee there was a eonlliet in the l.asell sehedule. it was impossilmle for the
Newton game to take plaee. The three outside games were with Needham.
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2 At a meeting ol' the squad. tlleone Plaee. a wort hy .lunior. was eleeted manager
2 for the following year. The numerals and letters were awarded hy Nlr. Haeon
in the usual way at the gym meet.
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FOR four years the Newtonite has occupied a position of ever-increasing impor-
tance in the life of the school. It is now an indispensable part of the curri-
culum. depended on by the pupils and teachers alike for news of the week's
events, Well thought-out editorials. and interesting features. It compares favor-
ably with any school or college paper in respect to journalistic st yle, scope.
This year a new feature was introduced to its reading public. in the form of
full-page articles patterned after the special features of metropolitan newspapers.
These included articles about the alumni who have achieved fame: interviews,
football, hockey. and special holiday pages.
At. the beginning of the year a slogan contest was instituted to find an appro-
priate saying to run for the rest of the year in one of the ears in the upper corners
of the front page. "Use the Newtonite and let it use you." by Dorothy l..
Burnett, '26, won the prize.
In accordance with the yearly custom, George WV. Dawson, faculty adviser:
James L. Heggie, '26, editor-in-chiefg and Edmund F. lXlcLaughlin. '27, editor-
in-chief elect. attended the Columbia Scholastic Press Association's convention
in New York. Where they were afforded opportunity to get valuable information
from well-known authorities.
The Newtonite party was held February 18, when lirnest Beaufort. cable
editor of the Christian Science Monitor, told about the newspapers of five differ-
ent countries, on which he had worked. All the same time Catherine A. Noyes.
'26, and Heggie were presented with Newtonite charms. in recognition of ex-
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Newton High School Associates
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Girls' lice-President. KATHERINE BONNER Clerk, WALLACE JoHNsoN
Tlell'I Newton High School Associates has been the largest and most active
organization in the school during the past year. perhaps for the reason that
every "bona fide" pupil of' the school. to quote the Constitution. automatically
becomes an associate.
The first week in November, representatives were chosen by the pupils in
each home room to represent them in the legislature: two from every senior
room of thirty or more. and one from every senior room of less than that numberg
one from every junior roomg and one from every two sophomore or freshman
rooms. This group of students met for the first time on November 12, boards
and committees were appointed by the president of the Associates, who in that
capacity, presides at the legislatureg and the machinery of the student govern-
ing body was very shortly Working smoothly.
Among the outstanding features of the year's work was a plan for a Junior
Class Council, which was Worked out and put into effect under the direction of
a group of junior students. The Associates sponsored the election of the editor
for the 1926 Orange Book and arranged and executed a plan for supervision of
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James R. Colton
Carl A. Ns-lson
Ralph A. Paterson
Rohm-rt C. Grant. Jr.
John XY. Fclllows
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President, WILLIAM Ctmxllxtzs
l'icc-Pr-e.vI'de1zl. LEONARD CLARK Secrelary. FAITH STONE
Second Vice-P1'es1'der1!. YIBGINIA HODDER Treasurer. EDWARD STRUM
ALPHA Gamma Tau. the Mathematics Club. began its program for the year
by a meeting in October with one hundred and forty members present. the
largest enrollment since the club was founded. Those eligible for membership
are post-graduates, seniors, and juniors who have attained an average of "B"
and such sophomores as have maintained an average of "A" through the first
two marking periods.
The meetings were varied. but all related in some way to Mathematics. The
design ol' the club pin was used as a basis for cut-up puzzles of geometrical
hgures to be assembled by the club members. At the November meeting. Edith
Stevens and Blanche Walter gave illustrated talks on "Geometry in Nature."
explaining the geometric forms of leaves. trees. berries. and uniform crystals.
The next meeting was a social. including songs by John Millard. and a "Rec-
tangular" dance. or Yirginia Heel.
Previous to Mr. Holland lt. Smith's departure from the Faculty Staff. he
addressed the club on the subject of 'tlfnicursal Curves." the theory of tracing
patterns with one stroke of the pen.
ln February. the club had the privilege of hearing Prof. Titus Mergendahl
of Tufts College speak on "Mathematics and Mysticism." In the eourse
of his talk he discussed Chinese puzzles. which, for a long time, were believed
to be magic. but which have now been solved mathematically.
The fourth annual Alpha Gamma Tau play, "Scenes from the Lives of
the Great lNlathematicians" was presented March 9 and 10 in the assembly
hall of the Technical Building. lt was directed by Miss Vesta A. Richmond,
and contained six scenes in which mathematicians of different nations, meeting
in the Elysian fields. told of their Work on earth.
The annual pienic held in May at which the officers for the coming year
President. JOHN B.u1sDEN
Secretary, ELEANOR XYALSH Treu.Q-lzrer. liowxnn tiexylvloxs
LTHOYGH the Commercial Club of 1925-1926 did not begin its activities
until the second semester of the school year. it has succeeded in attaining
the purposes for which it was organized: namely. to raise the standard of scholar-
ship, and to help its members to attain a higher efficiency in business methods.
The executive board consists of the president. secretary. treasurer. and the
following five members of the Commercial Department: John Quinan. Lloyd
Young. Dorothy Purcell. Allan Bliss. and John Buswell.
Several visitors to the club have given very instructive addresses. among
them being Mr. Herbert McGill of Babson Institute. and Mr. ll. C. Bentley
of the Bentley School of Accounting and Finance.
One of the most interesting features of the Commercial Club is the Dancing
Class, held each year under the direction of Miss Grace Kerrivan. an alumnus
of the club. The party and dance which was held April lst in the Technical
Library brought a fitting close to the most successful and eventful year in the
The Club expresses sincere appreciation to the Faculty Adviser. Hr. Nlay-
nard Maxim. whose unfailing guidance and invaluable assistance have helped
to make each undertaking a big success.
UBING the past year. the Alpha Beta has accomplished much. and its large
membership and long waiting list have shown the strong interest and ex-
cellent spirit felt toward it.
As the name indicates, only those fortunate ones who have received the
marks of "A" or "B" have been allowed to join.
The club first assembled for a business meeting. at which time the officers were
elected as well as various committees chosen. Doris Eyre. '28. served as Chair-
man ofthe Membership Committee, and Mildred Stuart as Chairman of the
This year about half of the meetings were devoted to entertainments fur-
nished by the club members. and the other half to outside speakers. .-Xt Christmas
time a very interesting program was enjoyed. livan Collins. disguised as a
Persian magician. performed dazzling tricks. and a guessing contest provided
much interest. ln February. members of the club gave a burlesque of "Paul
Revere's Bidef' which was most amusing. especially when the noble head of
the famous horse unexpectedly fell to the floor.
This has been one of the most successful year's history of the club. due to
the able guidance of Miss M. Aimee Ballard. the club adviser.
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Tlell'i purpose of the English Club. the oldest club in the school. is to arouse
still greater interest in literature in the minds of already eager English
students. and to show more clearly the relationship of literature to life. As
usual. there have been many on the waiting list. who have been desirous of
joining the enthusiastic club members under the able guidance of Miss Louise
In the fall. the club opened a contest to the entire school for the best original
design for a book plate for use in books donated to the School Library by the
club. This contest. which excited much interest. was won by Kenneth Barton.
Two interesting and helpful talks have been given to the club. The first
was given by Mr. Samuel Thurber. former head of the English Department,
whose subject was. 'iWhy VVe Write Compositionsf' and the second, on ."Suc-
cessf' Mrs. Irving 0. Palmer. proved very inspiring.
ln January. a program under the direction of Miss Drusilla Guiry, one of
the club members. was presented. lt consisted of talks, essays, musical selec-
tions. and some interesting parodies. Much amusement was afforded the
club members and their guests. the Drama Club. This courtesy was returned
at the March meeting when the English Club were guests of the Drama Club,
on which occasion a play, "The Two Lamps" by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman
and Ben Hecht. was greatly enjoyed. This play was directed and coached by
John W. Fellows. a member of both clubs.
The climax of the year was the Prize-Speaking Contest, held under the aus-
pices ofthe linglish Club, and presided over by the President, Bichard F. Miller.
The winners. to whom silver cups were presented. were John N. Meissner, John
Wi. Fellows. and lidna F. Laubner. Following the speeches, a comedy by John
Kendrick Bangs. entitled. "A Dramatic Evening." excellently coached by Mrs.
Caroline lol. Mills. was presented by the following members of the club: Catherine
A. Noyes. llarriol B. Schell. Miriam li. Hayes. William Park, Marcus B. Bemick,
James L. Heggie, and J. Clinton Roper. The proceeds of the evening were
devoted to the purchase of books for the School Library.
The annual picnic in June formed a delightful conclusion to the activities of
this most successful year, and the Junior members are already anticipating
another year of club work.
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THE Ex-Libris. the Latin Club. consists of twenty-five members. selected from
the junior and senior classes. assisted by Miss Ida Wfallace as Club Adviser.
who has proven of great assistance in planning the meetings of the year. Part
of the years program has been devoted to the discussion of such books as 'Ter-
gilicesf' "Ben Hur." 'iLast Days of Pompeiif' 'GA Friend of Caesar" and "Chil-
dren of Ancient Bome" by assigned members. Various phases of Boman life
have also been topics for discussion.
The main feature of one meeting was a "Roman Banquet." at which the
members partook of the entire feast "ab ora ad malaf' just as might have been
done in Caesars time.
From the play "Caesar and Cleopatra" which the club attended. the members
learned that both the characters were far different from their established repu-
tations. The costumes were especially interesting. showing as they did the
Roman and Egyptian style of dress at that time. Some club members who saw
the picturization of "Ben Hur" were able to give to the club still more definite
ideas of Boman life.
French Club-Le Cercle Franoais
President. WILLIAM PARK
Boys' Tvl'CP-Pf'PSl'dPI1f. JOHN BIAYNARD Secretary, FAITH STONE
Girls' TYIUCP-Pf0Sl'dPIIf. BARBARA FARNU11 Treaszzrer. IQATHERINE LOTZ
AT one of the Le Cercle Francgais meetings. the club was privileged to hear an
illustrated lecture on "La Marseillaisef' loaned by Professor Morize of
Harvard. Two social meetings were held. and at one of these there were con-
tests in the translation and spelling of French words.
In January the club presented two French plays. "Le Medecin Malgre
Lui" and "Rosalie" The former was coached by Miss Helen L. White. and
the latter by Miss Emily P. Burdon. the Faculty Adviser of the club. The
pupils taking part in the former were: "Sganarelle." Henry Argento: i'Martine."
Albertine LaCroix: 6'Lucinde." Estelle Cyr: "Geronte." Kent Allen: "Lucas"
David Scott: "Yalere." Edward Strum: "Leandre." Maynard Moody: and
"Robert" Arthur Clark. Those taking part in "Rosalie" were: "Monsieur Bol."
Arnold Nichols: "Madame Bol." Eloise Andrews: and "Rosalie" Edith Willcox.
The club constitution was amended so that the officers should be elected at
the April meeting instead of at the first meeting in the fall. The officers elected
for 1926-1927 were: President. Arnold Nichols: Boys' Yice-President. Charles
Parker: Girls' Yice-President. Margaret Blunt: Secretary. Marjorie Bolster:
and Treasurer, David Scott.
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Tllli Spanisl1 Club is open to all students. first or second year. who have re-
ceived the requisite mark of I3 in Spanish. and have a majority of B's in
their other subjects. The club is comparatively small, because the subject of
Spanish is elective.
The meetings were conducted in Spanish. with occasionally a few words of
explanation in English. At three of the meetings. some Spanish plays were
given. Two short plays were presented by the first year members at one meet-
ing. Another time the entertainment consisted of Spanish games. Mr. Fran-
cesco Argento addressed the club-members on the subject HSpain." and at a
later date the beautiful Spanish cities were studied in detail. At the April
meeting all the students taking Spanish were guests of the club, and pictures
of Spain's wonderful art and architecture were enjoyed.
Much credit is accorded Mrs. Marion Pm. Haslam, the Faculty Adviser,
who has done so much toward making the meetings interesting and helpful.
Presidenl. llfxnmor B. SCIIELL lvl'F6-PfP.Yl.dPllf. ELEANOR C. PHILLIPs
Secretary and Treasurer. KATHRYN F. SMITH
THIS Library Club is composed of twenty senior girls elected from a group
recommended by the linglish teachers for their scholastic ability. The
purpose of the club is to give such help as is needed to the Librarian.
Meetings were held on the first Monday of each month. The first part of
the meetings were spent in doing library work of some kind and a social hour
with refreshments followed. At the last meeting of the year the initiation of
next year's members took place. These members assisted the librarian in
closing the library for the summer.
Beside the work done at the monthly meetings, each member in turn helped
during the week by taking attendance and giving out books in study periods,
or assisting after school.
Although in existence only three years, the Library Club is one of the most
helpful organizations in the school.
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President, ROBERT GRANT Secretary. ELIZABETH PARKER
Vice-President. FRANCESCA BARKER Treasurer, ERNEST HAPoooD
UNE, 1926. closes the second successful year of the Newton High School Drama
Club, organized in the season 19214925 to furnish interest in the study and
production of plays. The other aims of the club are to provide for an annual
production of major importance and to offer means for any minor dramatic
activities. Beside producing an annual play, the club has had the good fortune
to hear several excellent speakers, and to present three short plays coached
and managed entirely by the members.
The first meeting in October dealt with the election of officers and soon the
club affairs were running smoothly. At the November meeting g'Monsieur
Beaucaireu was selected to be the major production of the club this year. The
cast was soon chosen. with Richard F. Miller, Miriam Catheron. and Allan Bliss
in the leading roles. The details for the presenting of this play claimed the club's
attention during December. and it was presented with considerable success on
the 17th, 18th, and 19th, of that month, before an audience totalling L200.
On January 21 the club was honored when Dr. .l. Edgar Park read an
Irish play by John Synge entitled "The Shadow of the Glen." At this meeting
the cast of the Senior Play was elected to honorary membership.
During the following three months three short plays were produced by the
members. The first of these productions was "Overtones" by Alice Gersten-
burg, coached and directed by Catherine Noyes and presented in February.
The second, "Two Lamps," by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman and Ben Hecht was
directed by John Fellows and presented at the joint March meeting of the
English and Drama Clubs. The third, "America Passes By," was coached by
Merrill Hammond and presented in April.
Girls' Glee Club
Presidcnl. AVICTORIA WILLI.ANIS Secretary and Trea.w11rer, lXlARTHA WIL1.soN
HE Girls' Glee Club has successfully completed another year of work. This
organization of forty senior girls was under the supervision of Mr. Edward
N. Griffin, Director of Music in the Newton schools.
As a surprise to the school at Christmas time, the Girls' Glee Club. together
with the Boys' Glee Club. sang Christmas Carols in the corridors of both build-
ings. In January, at the invitation of the Music Committee of the Community
Club of Newton, the girls entertained its members with three selections: "Belle
Napoli," i'To a Wild Rose," and '6The Kerry Dance." The club assisted in
the March concert of the orchestra by singing two numbers: "The liirdlaud
Symphony," and "The Volga Boat-men's Song." The girls also took part in
the Annual Outdoor Concert which was held in June.
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Home Economics Club
Presidenl. HELEN AICKEE Secretary, CECIL KINRAIDE
lil-C'0-PFP.Vl'dPIlf. FLORENCE xlEAD Treasurer, CONSTANCE DORT
THl'I members of the Sewing and Cooking classes of the Newton High School
have organized a Home Economics Club in order to promote an interest
in Home Economics and to establish high ideals in community service among
The club is governed by an Executive Board, consisting of a president, vice-
president. secretary. and treasurer. The club is limited to forty members-
ten from each class. The faculty advisers are Miss Alice Alden and Miss Gladys
Davis. who have given many valuable hints to the organization.
This being the first year that the club has been in existence there has been
only one meeting ol' outside interest. and that was a trip to the Priscilla Proving
Plant in Newton Centre. This took place about the middle of March.
Boys, Science Club
President. FRED XYING lvl'CP-Pf0SI.dPIlf. PAUL PETITNIERMET
Serreluryv and Treasurer. l.oRnvG SIEGENER
TH li Boys' Science Club. limited to thirty Freshman boys. was reorganized this
year by Miss Katherine Wilder, the club adviser. The aim of the club is
to stimulate interest in science and research. Several trips were made to various
points of interest. one being the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where
many exhibits were explained and discussed.
At the monthly meetings. scientific problems were considered, and instruc-
tive lantern slides were shown, including microscopic pictures of snow crystals
and their formation. and other interesting subjects.
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The Orange Book
Editor-1'n-Clzief1926. EDGAR KENT
tStaff not chosen at date of this writingj
AFEVV years ago. before the unification of the three schools. the pupils of the
Classical building felt the need of a handbook of general information for the
benefit of the freshmen and other newcomers to the Classical High. Accord-
ingly. their student governing body instituted the Orange Book. which had for
its purpose to thoroughly acquaint the freshmen with the rules. requirements.
and Customs of the school. and to make them more loyal supporters of its
Several years passed with the little handbook steadily increasing in size
and popularity. Then came the unification. Alan Shaw. this year's editor.
was faced with the cry. Hmore, bigger. and better Orange Books." That he.
with his staff. fully answered the need is well attested by the fact that the book
trebled in size, doubled its publication, and then to minimize the increased
cost. it was sold to upper classmen as well as freshmen. Next fall the book
will be sold to freshmen and upper classmen with the hope that the school will
support the project to the utmost and make the Orange Book a financial success
as well as a gem among school handbooks.
It is the aim of next year's staff to make the Orange Book a self-supporting
institution. for they believe it to be a prominent factor in the proper commence-
ment of the school year. both because of its information. and because it is a
distinct aid in developing school spirit.
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Estelle La Croix
CHARLES B. HARMNGTON, Direclor
Fred W. Anderson
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rvtiringg Cooking Club. l01Z?1 I.nm'h-
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Chinkg llorn Long 'I'im0 Ago:
Nuts Conrsv ZZI 21 l.as4:Il Seminary:
Ilnrtll'lt's Svhool ol' I,:lun1Iry: Class
Wiaslwr, I, 2, Il, Champion Plat?
I,it'l-u'r. I: lu-vpvr of Ilonu' l'laI1-, Il. 53
Wasliwl Football Suits. I. 211 Savior
ol' Football M1-n, I. 2: Sw:-pt Lovkvr
Iloom, I1 .kxxartlval Nlwlal for Nlosl
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UI' Coursv 'I'l'or2I: lklovivsg Guvss
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Little- Shopg Class Nall-tlivtorian:
Iuclitor ol' X1-xxlonitl' I. 2.
2 Walnut Knoll, Unk Ilill
"The lHifl1ll'l' lhvhv ure' Ihr' hurllvr
lNaug:hlyg Ilorn Yvslvrflayl Hough
Cours!-, News Iluililingz Concord Rc-
formatoryg Inlvrnational Svhool ol'
Hank Ups-m-rs: Football, I.ZZ, Field
Ilockey, I. 12. Zig Crash:-cl gate all his
years at Newton: Chvws heavy cut
plug tno mort-13 'l'r1-asurr-r ol' Svhool
Monvyg Assistant Lo Principals, 1,
2, 3, 41 Cook in Lunvh Iloom. 3. 43
Cemcnt Mixer on New Iiuilclingg
CliucrI,1ea1lt-r for Girls' Ilaskctball.
"SIMS Ihr' upplf- of my 0.Vl'.n
ST Maria-tin-sg Ilorn 'I'wo Days Ile-
fore Monday: Golf Course-. Iligh C3
lN'Iason's Ilniong "Abi:-'s Irish Ilosvf'
Captain ol' lit-an Bag: 'IIPZIIIIZ Cham-
pion Spagln-tti 'l'uam: I'roclnuur ol'
".MxpIvs:nim'1" 5h N arivtivs of Pvacln-s
'I'vsIv1l3 Arrvstvcl for Ilcing: l'im-klctlg
Ile-:ul ol' Studs-nt Police in Iiunch
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Iilovv Svhool: l"ox's Ilabe-ralaslnfryg
Founalvr ol' Ifutnristir- Tivsz Arl-
ve-rtise-lm-t for Slivkumg Never
lxnown to Wear Som-ks, lluaal
lxnovkvr for Svhool, I. 2, 33 Ifclilor
ol' IN4-wtonian, I: Iliglwst Hvvorcl
for Ifxpnlsiong IN-roxiclsv Ifxponvntg
Ixnonn to G4-l a Stirk ol' Gum from
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Course- 'I'Itbhg Ilurial Sc-hoolz Ilryn
Nlamr for Gvintlmm-li: Ifzlitor ol'
Funny Column. I. 2, 3. I. 5: Yale-
mlit-torian. I: l'r4-sitls-nt of Spanish
Club. l.1I, Il, Ikon Ilis Imltvrin Corrs'-
spoiitlvllm-1 Sall'-'I'-I"oist Club, I, 21
Ifrlitor ol' "Brains NI on Ilvr Love." 53
Smile- a Day Club. ZZ. Il, Ig Fonntli-r
ol' Cal lfish Club. 3: 'Iil'l'llSllI'f'I' ol'
Drink Nlorv 'Xlilk Hovivly. I,
II, Il. IIICDDY
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"Sln1rm'xx in rn'li1m."
Ifvvrg Horn 'l'ln' Nvtl Day: Ilvavy
Course- C'I': Ile-mmf-r Son Informa-
tory: Dry tit-Il Collvgv: Sellvl' at
Girls' I4llllt'IlI'U0lll1 Ch:-vk Iloom
'I'1-ll:-r in I01 We-ars I.nmIwr Iiools:
Clvans Spikvs for Hall I'Iay1'rsg
Nlarrivtl 'liwirv to Ilis Lizziv: XI aiu-rl
All Claims to I'1-rrnanvnt Nav-sg
Ollim- I'orl0r. I. 2, Il, -Ig Ke-vpvr of
Illua- Cards. I. ZS. 5.
II2 Iliglmay. Nvwton Ilighlantls
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lNationaI Svhool ol' Trio a T4-tv: In-
trodurvcl thv Charlvstong Smokvs,
7-20 'Is only: Breaks All Dates
tmost girls dolg Miss Newton. I. 53
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1.55: Takes out her note and reacts it over
again: many sighs and amorous glances.
1.57: Sees her coming: straightens out tie.
smooths hair. then bows formally.
1.58: Time out for burning message.
2.0112: Gasps. gazes at departing figure:
realizes that he is in for it: he has accepted
her bid to the Female Gallop.
2.02 to 6.00: In a dense fog: in which imagina-
tion runs riot. he is anything from Sir
Galahad to Lochinvar. and George Owen
to .lack Dempsey. Olarrowly escapes
death as he saunters around Newton
Corner mentally pricing chocolates and
trying to make improper fractions equal
6.00: Sits in at dinner. Naturally, all dates are
forgotten when his favorite dessert is on
the table. Needless to say it's lemon pie
tthis is not a property but the real thingl.
6.05: Starts thinking of her again. proving
that the quickest way to a man's heart is
through his stomach.
6.15: Is ordered upstairs to study: obeys.
digging out his booklet on how to Charleston
as he goes.
6.25: Attempts divers dance steps. much time
beating and clogging. pictures the perfect
couple they'll be.
7.00: Called before jury of his peers. Upon
being asked to explain the noises overhead.
replies that he is studying Napoleon's
battles and since the teacher asked him for
personal reflection he is trying to give it
7.02: Escapes upstairs again softly.
7.05: Pulls out his wardrobe. starts planning.
7.10: Still planning.
7.15: Now smiling.
7.20: Now panting.
72211: Now socking one.
7.23: Now socking other.
72391: To garter or not?
7.25: Collar soft or hard? CThe head decides itj.
7.27: Shakes Slikum bottle. guesses there's
7.30: Looks up shaving kit: it's almost rusty
from infrequent use.
7.50: Sound downstairs: dives hastily to hooks:
father queries why the foam on his mouth?
7.52: Thinks rapidly, idea comes.
7.55: Explains that in Chemistry they are
studying why hydrophobia is intoxicating.
7.56: Duhious moment. but again escapes.
8.00: XYonders what to do now.
8.06: Now "one" dering.
8.10: Gets out "Snippy Stories" and spends
breathless moments scanning the pages of
romance. mostly lies but he doesn't know
so why inform him?
9.10: Comes to. as much as it is humanly
possible. listens. emits a groan.
91012: Dives under bed.
9.11: Creeps out: explains to mother that he
lost collar button: she says "here it is" and
sends him off to bed sans
9.15 to 7.50: Curtain.
7.56: Hakes. wonders why his cardiac valve is
all askew. then remembers. leaps out
lightly-he weighs a mere 210. hut has
piercing - black boots.
7.57: xvash.-S. tThis advertises Noonan's Rapid
7.571 Q: Combs hair. tThis advertises our
7.58: Looks in mirror.
8.05: Continues to look.
8.06: Answers call: rushes down without collar:
runs back, puts it on without tie and
rushes to table.
8.09: Tries t.o put tie on: finally compromises
on bat tie: as a pinch hitter it's right
8.10: Slides out of house: catches car in time to
he late for school.
8.11: C1Yhile on carl. Dreams sweet dreams of
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31: Conductor ends his lemon mirage with
brisk. "Say, where you going?"
32: Pondcrs a moment as to where he is
33: Remembers: "Female Follies, sir."
31: "Say, you want the bargain counter,
buddyl 1lere's a transfer for Boston."
35: Starts walking to school from West
Newton: is picked up by a Lizzie and
carried on her fender for a few yards.
10: Pockets damages: figures now on what he
19: Arrives at school.
.50: Faces Nlr. Bailey.
53: Fills in his auto-biography Cnot a true
one. just a serialj.
55: Draws detention for one hour: pleads
an urgent appointment with an important
personage: fails: trys bribery: receives only
scorn. Chlr. Bailey is only a crook in plays.1
59: Exits, disconsolatc.
01 : Enters C30.
07 to 9.25: Pondcrs on sins of history: won-
ders why the past counts at alll' Then
26: Gets yellow laundry slip, and no 0.K.g
half hour for being late to French class.
39: Translate: "Faire des chatcaux en Es-
10: No answer.
ell: Still silent.
question, "What are you
I 1 lg: Answers
15: "Correct" wonders why class laughs.
: 11"ell. it's setting-up drill.
Nlost of the leaders were set ups and our
hero is no exception to that policy. llis
exercise is mainly spontaneous when the
teacher expels him forcibly from the room
with a blue note for inattention.
. 10.23: Cools heels in oliicc.
10.231Q: 1Yonders why ol1ices are cold.
' 10.252 Finds out.
10.29: Exits with two weeks in the detention
pen. Life is very gay here to the one on
the outside looking in.
10.31: Admitted to C16 where he learns
while studying in the back of the room be-
hind a Ciceronian lecture. how to say,
"So's your concrete spatsf'
10.35 to 11.15: Draws pictures of girls' heads
CAII blondesl .
11.16: Meets her.
11.18: Treats her.
Chem. running along smoothly.
1150: Experiment blows up while he stares out
window at Frank Spain's new golf hose of
the zebra brand.
11.531 The odor of eggs slightly aged per-
meates the air.
11.51: Class vociferously express disapproval.
12.00: Drags off to lunch on the lunchroom
12 21: Enters English feating sandwichl.
12.26: Answers question. "Are you acquainted
with Lady Macbeth?" with pert-"That's
not her name, sir."
1236: Listens to Mr. Keeney discourse on
"Lord Chestertieldn and another wise guys.
12 50: Replys, "You can't prove it by me."
125011: Exit to oliice.
12.5031 to 1.15 p.m.: Books in ollice interest
him: especially "School Curricula.',
1.16: Sent home for misbehavior.
Arrives there: grabs telephone: gives
.2 1: No answer after repeated trying so hangs
.30: Starts dressing: hot water is not too hot.
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10: Ipswich hosiery. C1Yitch wears them.1
.15: Paris garters. tAny Seine man would.j
23: Pants. trou. breeehes, etc.: at all costs
they lnust be plural.
26: Tie-symbolizing youths because they are
men of courage and little cents.
28: Shoes. Clfinds shoes so large that he has
to put on his pants over his hcad.j
.36: All set
38: Gets lady on phone.
.391 Usual line: melts wire so about 37 people
Cthis is a party linej listen in.
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2.40!2I Promise to disagree: break promise:
2.41 to 2.59: On way to her house: gets gate
and sits on her front porch while she
changes her mind. Of all the changes that
women make. this one is the most frequent.
Incident.ally. it seems unnecessary because
she always looks the same.
3.00: Rides in state with the damsel to the
hop: frets over money: wonders if there's
enough? Who in time will buy the eats?
3.10: Arrives and proves that the man always
pays. The entry fee is one-half buck per
person. Insurance at your own risk.
3.15: Critieises orchestra.
3.20: Orchestra plays "She was just a sailor's
sweetheart." hittin' all the high Cs.
3.30: Stuck: no partners: must bea wall-flower.
3.311-: Wants to dance.
3.39: Still wanting.
3.50: Nabs dance: tries Charleston: Coach
reminds him that suicide isn't a suicide if
you kill someone else.
3.59 to 1.30: One darn dance after another
with the refreshment hill eating its way
into his wallet.
1.31: Cheers up as Ihe girl dances with him.
1.32: She leaves him: she's going home with
her 3rd cousin.
1.31: Decides to stick around.
1.15 Still sticking: expects to rake in on the
1.58: Now flaps: flips. etc.: hecomes a flipper.
1.59: Feints at fainting.
5.01: Miss South calls up police. who seal him
up in a nice quiet cell. tThis advertises our
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Heturns to the land of Sane living'-"No
"VVorried About Youw-Tl'e Advisers.
"That Red-Headed Cal"eDoris Howe.
"Show Me the Way to Go Home"-After Sixth
"Then I'll Be Happy"-End of School Year.
"There's Nothing on My Mind"-Ituth
All Alone"-Drusilla Guiry.
"There's Only One of You"-"Kay" Bonner.
"VVhaddo I Care"-"What'll I Do?"-"Bud"
What's the Use?"-When marks come out.
Two Blue Eyes"-IIope Gregory.
Oh Boy. What a Girlv-Coleman Lamont.
That's All There Is, There Ain't No More"
Oh, How I Miss You Tonight!"-My trot.
Moonlight and Roses"-A in Latin.
I Wonder Where My Baby is Tonight,P"- Mr.
Always"-Girls in general.
Sweet Man"-Nlr. Dickinson.
Paddlin Madolin Home"-Any inhabitant of
"The Prisoner's Song"-Class song of 1926.
"The Song of the Flame"-Mary Tilton's line.
'Wly Sweetie Turned Ale Down"e.Iohn
"Just a Little Kiss"-No lights.
"Thanks for tlte Buggy Ride"-Tom Cilligan.
"The Hoses Brought Me You"-The Diploma.
"I VVish You Were Jealous of Nle"fDoc.
Medley of Popular Nuinhers"- lioops. Tilton.
Atwood. Kenderdine. Brooks. and Gregory.
"Poor Papavf Mr. Dawson.
"Roll 'Em"-".Iunie" Stuhhs in the lockers.
Down By the VViniger Works"-Clallin Field.
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Good morning to you, seniors!
2 O sophomores. how do!
Greetings. 0 ye freshmen
3 And all the rest of you-
! We'll try to write a column
2 For folks both big and small
2 We hope you'll find it funny:
2 i We'll do our hest, that's all.
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t A hook of figures now is out
Eg Called Smith's Geometry.
The students all together shout
A strong and mighty man
He loafs whene'er he can-
Isle studies night and day
The feminine styles they say-
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llis hair in plaee to stick-
And as for fancy clothes
Ilis taste he plainly shows-
But when a game is played
Ile in the grandstand stayed-
We thank thee reverently. Our hero.
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Voice Cfrom the rearb: "The Cow."
'iYou sure are dressed up fit to kill. today. Bowman."
it Sfralon: "Sure why not? I'm going down to take my first lesson in driving
o an automobile."
i'Did you see 'Oliver 'l'wist.' Door Mat?"
gi '6Now, mattress. you know I never attend these modern dances."
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mature later in the season.
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Santy Claus left for:
"Boob" Bennett . . Some Quiet Socks
"Chet" Pratt . . . . . A Step Ladder
is "Johnny" Fellows .... . . A Loud Speaker
it James Byers Colton, 2nd . . Pair of Winged Feet
Guy Holbrook .... . . An Automobile ii
2 a "Hals" Andres . . Box of Dates
Carl Nelson . . . A Pillow
Hope Gregory . . . A Mannekin
"Bill" Hall . . . . . A Suit of Armor
E '6Waxy" Littlefield .
is "Dorn Martin . .
. . . . A Scythe
. Bullough's Ice in June
Mr. Swan . . . . Pair of Rubber Boots
is Mr. Keeney . ...... A Strait-Jacket
gf "Honk" Shaw . . A Year's Issue of The Newtonite
Arthur Shule .... A Book of Etiquette
"Kay" Lolz .
. A Glass and a Pitcher of Water
. . A Printer's Guide
is Helen Elwell . . . . A "No Parking" Sign
"Bob" Clement . . . . . A Hair-curler
Charles Crawford . . A Beal Laugh
"Bob" Clapp . . ...r A n Old Suit
"Wally" Fullerton . . . A Few New Records
Holmes Whitmore . . A Certificate in Studies
5'Kay" Bonner . . Mal Hammond's Orchestra
gi "Phil" Jacobs .
"Phil" Ahern .
is "Charley" Parker .
is Phcobe Bell . .
E Doris Barton. .
ie "Bo"Hemeon . .
is "Carl', McCullough
E George Laubenstein
S f "Dandy" Lyons .
Lloyd Osborne . .
Ruth Pearson . .
Es "Petei' Brooks . .
2 "Bobbie" Kenderdine
See page 135 for appendix.
. . . A Bigger Horn
A Letter-writing Course
. . . . A Self-starter
. A New Filing Case
. . A Day of Best
. . . . A New Joke
. . . No Nights Out
Edmund Burke's Speeches
. . An Hour of Study
. . . . Two Mirrors
. . Some New Jewelry
Bottle of Sleeping Tonic
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And with the seniors stand
Above the little freshies
That swarm on every hand.
I want to wear an "S, T. S.,"
And stand upon the stair
To boss the under-elassmen round,
Let thoughtless ones beware.
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And grab an orange "N"
To wear upon my sweater front
And make the girls attend.
I want to study Virgil,
And Bassettfs history.
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I thought that I would write a poem
About the birds in spring,
About the summeris golden sun
And how the steam pipes sing.
I thought that I would write a poem
Of the lunehroom's fragrant smell.
Of the chicken patties' Cheerful song,
And the hot dogs' plaintive yell.
I thought t.hat. I would write a poem
And fill it full of words
Of the blithesome flocks of buffalo.
And t.he robins' merry herds.
I thought that I would write a poem
Of algebra and French,
And how to solve for X and Y
Wit.hout a monkey wrench.
I thought that I would write a poem
My thoughts don't seem to rhyme
I guess I will not write thatgpoem
Until some other time.
"I don't believe in Santa Claus,"
Said little Tommy White,
If he hasn't headlights on his sleigh,
How can he drive at night?"
I don't believe in Santa Clausf'
Said little Silas Phinney,
If he can come our chimney down,
Ile must be pretty skinny."
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Said litt.Ie Ella Jane,
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A Paramount Production Featuring
'SDoc" Martin in "Sitting Tight."
"Boob" Bennet in "What's in a nameili'
Vlfhitmore. McCullough, and Holbrook in "What's on for Tonight?"
Balph Bichardsonin "The Permanent Wave."
Yirginia Hodder in "Amazons"
is Warren Adams in "Babes in the Wood."
"Tub" Dugan in "The Sylphf'
"Bobby" Bryant in "Henk your horn. bo."
Spencer DeMille in "Growing Up."
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And place a flunk 'gainst my long-suffering name,
In your record book. I almost fell asleep,
How can one, late at night, a fresh mind keep?
My work's not done, but sleep invites me to a slumber deep,
Illl go, I'll softly to my warm bed creep,
Thank Heaven, only two more days this week!
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Mr. Chipman has a life-long job as Porter at Newton Centre station.
Mr. Saville Davis will take the leading role in "Sally.,'
g The younger Mr Perry believes in Royal Purple. but Philip, his elder brother, EE
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This is not concerning his baseball interests. We believe.
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beach wagon without the beach.
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if Only men apply. please. EE
ie '6Moose" Lane is back in school. Hot air. alias smoke. put him out, and hot Q2
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if The Buby girls are gems. but like gems, they cost plenty. sg
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2 There once was a school so replete
5 T It never a play would repeat
2 So five did enact
The play-going pact
EQ We gullible folks to escheat.
2 i First. the Frenchman was gaily reviewed
The amorous lover ensued
2 llis bright English rose
2 She turned up her nose
2 And home to his France he pursued.
The swords were gallantly swung
2 f The barber was sure to be hung
E But brothers appeared
2 llis faint heart was cheered
E 1 And now his glories are sung.
The Captain most honestly sought,
E The duel he courageously fought
Ee But when he lost out
2 i llis damsel did flout
so llis attentions he'd painfully bought.
2 The Seniors then faced the array
E A Circus they put on to stay
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2 From letting her heart's only way.
E Jimmy the yiol did embrace
2 While sweat it rolled from his face
2 And Mr-rrill's white rulf
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That aided his sudden grimace.
2 Mary was lovely and gay
E She had a bewildering way
2 The jewels were few
2 The ladies were blue
5 The play was successful they say.
it The Math was shockingly short
is But bright were quips and retort
2 Our sums are sure slow
E But now we must know
E Why teachers learn Math for support.
The faculty play was great
2 e The pirates were most up-to-date
2 The ladies they swore
NN hile master did snore
2 And figured romance had to wait.
The pirate Chieftain so bold
Ilis knees for certain were cold
VVhen forward he slipped
His breeches were ripped
The house didn't need to be told.
Fair Poppy her love surely hid
And did as Applejohn bid
The agent's wise game
Showed Ambrose the same
And into his arms Poppy slid.
The pirates were left to their fate
And death for the Chink and the mate
While Lush's wide grin
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For it covered his bow-legged gait.
The gurls and the language were rough
The tricks they attempted were tough
A cigarette burn
The tables did turn
Till Ambrose recovered to bluff.
The English group met on the stage
Their efforts enough to enrage
A house owner proud
Who lives in a crowd
And regrets fair kindness wage.
The room was violently changed.
The garden was safely arranged
An old English tub
With that amateur club
Wias where the fountain was 'ranged.
The couples were perfectly paired
For ladder-like height was shared
And pictures they broke
The room filled with smoke
And Billy some wild feats prepared.
They saved the best for the last
For when the movers had passed
The maid entered in
And said with a grin
The time has surely gone fast.
The season was very well run
The plays were beautifully done
But all we can say
About each new play
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Can You Imagine
Buxbaum giving an oral theme without mentioning his dog?
"Doc" bailing out Mr. Dawson who was arrested for failing to produce a
permit to leave Boom 19?
Mary Tilton walking to school?
Johnny Proctor not knocking someone off hisifeet in a hockey game?
Mr. Bailey failing to have any "I am lateu slips printed?
"Bob" Grants Ford creeping up on anyone?
Mr. Tinker without a clean-up squad in the lunchroom?
Coleman Lamont dragging "Dodie" to Symphony?
The M. SL B. not having an excuse for being late?
Chase and "Sully", washing the boards for Miss Owen?
"Dandy" Lyons taking a femme to the Senior Prom?
"Phil" Ahearn not writing Communications to the Newtonite?
"Pete" Brooks and '6Connie" Ruby not giggling?
Catherine Noyes acting tranquil?
lVlr. Mergendahl not putting in a good word for the Nolan School?
".lerry,' buying a topcoat with J. A. coupons?
lrafe Mother: "Tommy, I wish you'd stop reaching for things. Haven't you
Tommy Gilligan: "Yes mother, but my arms are longer."
Senior: "Why do boullion cups have two handles?"
Freshy: ul suppose it is so one can rest both elbows on the table."
rlliss Bideonf: 6'Give me an example of period furniture."
Noisy: 6'An electric chair, 'cause it ends a sentence."
Mr. Elicker: "lt's a nuisance-these pupils are always late."
1'i6S0lIl'C'fffllI Mr. Bailey: "But my dear sir, what would be the use of the
detention room if the pupils were always on time?"
Bob : 6'Dear. you shall have the finest engagement ring that money can buy.
What kind ofa stone do you want?"
Bulb: "Oh, one like David of the Bible used."
Bob: "And what do you mean?"
Bulh: "One that will knock 'em dead."
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If William only lived today
To see the rapid times
And we could only hear him say,
"The line - it never rhymes!
Why modern verse is freaky stuff
That clutters up the mind.
I think Ill take a pinch of snuff
If any I can find.
Now my 'Macbeth' is out of place
Its value sure is lost
I'd never keep the writing pace -
I couldn't meet the cost.
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With even time and swing,
But now the choice of words is dear,
Expression is the thing.
Meter scarce involves a thought
And rhyming is a sin.
Now all my work is gone to naught
Since Sandberg entered in."
Thus William spoke in saddened tones
Concerning freedom's verse
And bowed his head with grievous groans,
And this vile stuff did curse.
Ur Dawson: "Are you busy tonight?"
Rulh Ccoylyl: "No, why?" D
llr D "Then you can make up your back themes!"
Owed to Gym
Oh! mighty hall with shingled peak
Nvhose hallowed rafters sweetly creak
As lithesome maid and clumsy lad
Perform "Doc" Martin's latest fad.
Your sacred floor the ages laid
With pictured tile the spikes have made
And ladies' heels of Alpine height
Have splintered up this holy sight.
You've filled a hole both deep and dark
For all equipment there to park
And every nook and cranny dim
Each has its own dear creed and hymn
The Gym Meet's splendid splurge is seen
Before its planks fade mossy green,
And track is held in saucer-wise
T0 see if man arose from flies.
The sacred chamber of "Our Doc."
The one they say is hard to lock
Oh! Yes! the Barn! we love it so
We hate to have some mud to throw.
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Miss Smith: "I think the modern generation lacks, etc.--"
E2 Miss Poore: '6Don,t touch those shadeslu
Mr. Keeney: "Check!"
gg Miss Waldmeyer: "Fm running this class!"
Mr. Dawson: "Well, I don't know, -er."
Famous Pictures at Newton
Ei A Guy Winning the Myrtle - Corridor North
E: Chicken on the Keys - Assembly Hall s
ge The Happy Faculty - Anywhere
E2 Angels CEU - Girls 5
ge The Kooperage - C23 C
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ze Cleopatra CNot Authenticj Mary Tilton c
Three Wise Fools - Alan, Guy. and Chet
"BuX" - And His Dog, C18
Happy am I- Opposite Miss Owen's
- A Mack Trucks - The Outfield
22 The Quiet Hour- Detention Room
E: Home - Where ever you are A
25 Noble Youth - Our Arthur A
E5 Stubby - C16 c
Ye Olde Inne - The Barn
The Morgue - C17
ii Chamber of Horrors - Reception Room I
Wee Willy Winkie - Junior Class
Genius - The Whole School A
ge The Ark - New School
E5 The Grave Yard - Parking Space
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32 Miss Owen: 6'.Iust two or three minutes more, children."
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Catherine Noyes -- Not talking?
Richard Miller - Flunking?
Katherine Bonner - Sitting still?
"Pete" Brooks - Being serious?
Holmes Whitmore - Wide awake?
Yirginia Koops - Not sarcastic?
John Meissner - Not positive?
VVhat Would Newton be Like
with Miss Jones not smiling?
with Miss Smith asking something you thought of before?
with beds being provided in the detention room?
with Mr. Caverly forgetting to say "The fact remains?"
with Mr. Dawson forgetting to say "You see it is this way-?"
with Mr. Kidger saying, "Go to Brown, my son?"
The Perfect Boy and Girl
Dick Miller's eyes Drusilla Guiry's hair
Gordon Ellis's complexion Mary 'l'ilton's pep
Hapgood's smile "Silly" Sylvester's clothes
"Mal" Gallaghefs sportsmanship Faith Wing's personality
John Fellows's good-nature "Pete" Brooks's smile
"Chick" Chadwick's brains We wish there could be an
eligible candidate for com-
Sandy: "1 take great pleasure in giving you 31 in math."
Ellis: "Make it a 100 and enjoy yourself!"
Mr. il Iaicim: "How many personal pronouns are there?"
Mr. illarim: "What are they?"
Buswell: "I" and Qthinks a momentj "she."
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"William's" -Billy Park
"F, O. B. Detroit"-Guy and Holmes
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fi "Mellin's"-Marcus Remiek
"Absorbine, Jr." - Bud Hayes
?f "Stacomb" - Dick Miller
If "Save the surface and you save all" - Ruth Fairchild.
it "Jell-O" - Lunchroom floor any time.
llolher: "Robbie, come here. l have a surprise for you."
Bobbie: "Aw-l know what it is. Big brother's home from college."
ill0U1PI'.' "VVhy Bobbie, how did you guess?"
Bobbie: "My bank don't rattle any more."
Cough - Smith Brothers - Drops
Johnny Snzilh: "Say, which one are you?"
Bill Smith: "l'm the one on the left."
"T" Bjorrzsorz Chearing a noise in his hen-coop and rushing out with his gunj:
CA minute passes and then a weak voice from somewhere within pipes up:
"Nobody, only us chickens."
This Might Have Been Prevented: Yictor Badger's Mustache.
nllr. .flrgenI0: "A Blue-card for you."
Sch0Iuslic.' "'l'hat's all right. l'm color-blind."
Algebra Student: "Tell me, please, Mr. Mergendahl, how come those two
simultaneous equations go together?"
it Mr. Mergendahl Calias Lief Ericsonj: "Why, boy, they've always been
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gi Adviserdflne who guides us.
E2 Assembly-A meeting of the clan.
Bell-A life-saver at the end of a period.
Blind-Used with f'd1-aggingf'
Ei Blue Cards-Ticket to a reception.
Bust-To fail. un faux pas.
Ee Chorus-A group of songsters in training for the outdoor bellow in J une.
E5 Cold-Absolute. as a cold goose egg.
E5 College-The aftermath of a successful high school career.
2 Credits--Points for college.
Ee Curricula-The bane of high school life.
Date-An appointment Wherein anticipation plays a bigger part than realization.
Ee Detention Room-Where all good men go.
Drag - A young lady being escortedg to escort a young lady.
E Exam-Our Rubicon.
Femme-French for young woman.
Flunk-To pass out: to get a cold cipher.
ge Freshy-The lowest rung of a long ladder.
:Z Gym-Period of relaxationg the Barn.
Ee Homework-A neglected institution. also worthless.
E2 Legislature-Whe1'e the future of the country is decided.
5 2 Lunchroom-A fish hatchery and an onion nursery.
Zi Math-A science run by the Alpha Gamma Tau.
Office-Newton's shipping room.
Ee Oil-A line to be avoided.
2 Pigskin Chasers-Football men.
E Puck Chasers- -Hockey aspirants.
E Queen--A perfect femme.
Ee Reception Room-Court roomg a last resting place.
Repeat-Flunk out and take over.
Ee Room 17- A place to be bailed out of.
E5 Senior Year-The top rung of the ladderg the necessary step before graduation.
Stag-A parasite who dances With other men's girls but brings no one but
E? himselfg one who has learned through experience not to drag again.
ge S. T. S.-Students Taboo Stallingg1Students Try Self-controlg A group of joy
ge killers and tete a tete busters.
EE Tea Fight-A danceg a gallop, a struggleg a bridge party.
2 Q Woof-To v ocalize.
E5 Woofer-One who vocalizes strenuously.
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Yellow Slips-A dock of one half hour in detention room is presented to the
E2 bearers of these slips, gratis.
Ea Zoology-A course in monkey-shines.
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Vice-President, Bill Proctor .
Secretary, Mary Tilton
E C Treasurer, John Turner :
Valedictor ian Poet E
Carleton Redman E
E Newtonite Editor E
Tom Gilligan E
Literary Editor Funny Column News Editor E
Chester Pratt Allan Bliss Ruth Pearson
E Copy Editor E
E Bob Clapp E
E Newton ian Editor E
2 Athletic Editor Foozoro Editor Art Editor 2
Arnold Nichols "Stubby" Newton Catherine Noyes
Senior Prom Committee E
Banquet Committee : :
Coleman Lamont, Chairman E
Junior Stubbs, Chairman K
Soup" Campbell John Ramsden E
Bin Park Goy Holbrook zz
"Tub" Dugan "Teenie" Curtis
"Dodie" Albree Victoria Williams Z :
Athletic Committee Trajfic Squad E
Saville Davis, Chairman "Kay" Noyes, Chairman
James lleggie Richard Miller George Chase "Fur-Coat" Nivling
Charles Crawford "Babe" Adams "Bo" llemeon "Bud" Dougherty
Captain of Football
A Captain of Track Captain of Baseball
Jimmy Colton John Fellows
Struggle, struggle, gallop.
Hop, skip, and wallop.
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One lunch room ollicial. Please see Mr. Kidger.
E Mr. G. VV. D's new spats. Please keep them.
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WHAT WOULD YOU HAVE DONE?
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Power ol' will assures that and more besides.
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E -Is your success impaired by brevity of stature?
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X-Y-Z RANCH ESPER ANTO
Mr. Easterner. here is where you should spend
the summer! On the shores ol' Dresser's Pond,
next door to the Rockies. Special rates to the class
of 1926. Newton High School. Punch cows and
learn how to push a peramhulator.
"TWO-GUN BEN ADAMS"
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TAKE a Rise in the World. Eat.
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SOPRANO BOY: with two years in lligh School
Glee Club. Specially trained for broadcasting.
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