Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)

 - Class of 1929

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'F'''''"'?'Tff 'l"""'?lUWm,, 'WWm"'mWMWW'V',' 'U,',',','.','.'"W Q NE N w e Amlmmajl mf cewtcmm High QGHMXUDH Ncfewtwmf, Mfalssashwsetts 2 Qwgg f VCUJUUME TWENTY IEDHTIEHDD BY TH-HE CLASS CUFF NHNETIEIEN TWENTYDNHNIE iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii1iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiii1iii1iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihmm1iM MMiiiiiiin1lililiiiiiiiiiiii HiiiriiinhniimnNUMnUiliHHnul1l1lHlilS!Ui MiiihiililhiummmUUNirUHiEi11lmmUMM iriiiiblhlhihiiidibiilikmHHMrmniiiaibllmm UnHnbQi!iliii1ib1iiiiMmmmmnmmHHmmrrUnbiikiiiklllhlkliimhmmmeflmuuUuwwmumiNMMlH:miGumrmasniwmuw uu sk1?lEi3Z f: T HE, N W'f0NLE.4-LLYI offewom' i r il'llS twentieth volume of The Newtonian repre- sents an effort on the part of the editors to W 9 embody every phase of the school's activities- W, 'ir t . to present an accurate cross-section of the entire school. As the latest in a series of such representations, the summary of this particular year of our school's advancement brings out two points. By its portrayal of present conditions, we realize the substantial prog- ress made thus far in the school's development and the debt we owe to those in the past who helped to produce it. At the same time, this picture of the pres- ent opens up new views of the future, with vistas of a school greater in every way through continued ad- vancement. Thus, we aslc that this volume, a picture of Newton High School as we know her and love her today, may serve as a basis for reverent and inspiring comparison with the school of yesterday, and as a guide for those who will build on the foundation al- ready laid, the greater school of tomorrow. Teachers and pupils have given unselfishly of their time and energies to aid the production of this book. To them the editor extends his deep and sincere appreciation of their valuable assistance. The result of these labors you have before you. May its pages restore for you happy memories of the school of yester- day, aid your appreciation of' the school of today, and suggest a vision of the school of tomorrow. ' W' ,ug Wiz' ,mfg X W N WM' 1 W! WUI Hlllllm N H! N l 1 fix '.EJLEiL'E 2NE3fDViEJCCDlN'ilAil5I in -' H NlNEj'fEEN T'WEjNT'ZJNlNE ll? UJIHTY Tj AX, l'-5 THE NE' WT Dlxilillxf IIIXIXH U. l' Xl.XlI'IIi l,l'I'lIl'l.1IIll II'-mi of 5t'lt'll1't' l,l'fh2ll'lIll4'IlI Nmxlon Iligll . . . , . . mul. 1154K-llllll. l,l'HlK'lI'1lI of I4'l'lIllI1'ill llnglnm-lnml,191040211 l'rim'ip:ul uf' N1-xximl llngh Svlluul, 102 PHI I' IiLl11lx r 1 ICH ,'1.N'.N'I..N'IllIIl Prirzrfpzzl Ivan-lu-r ef Xlullzvnzutivs NUWUDII lligh S4-lmul N223 WST: Xcllllinisllunlixv Sluilf IU20fl02T: Xwixlznul l'rim-I 'nl Na-wlun lligll 5 Fvllmrl I0 '- INTITTETESETT Tl!VE3FTJJYJLLYl Faculty lm'1Nfs O. llxralrzif. . . . . . PAUL E. ELICKER . Nl.u'N.xnD lXlAXINI . M Ictr1,xEL NY. RIURRA Y Alice A. Alden . Francesco Argento . Abner Bailey . . Alice Batcheller . Beatrice L. Bates Joseph Bedard . Blanche F. Bemis Gladys M. Bigelow . . . Principal .l.exi.vla11l Principal Dircclor Qi-igllSI'lll'SS l1l'I'l,SI'UI? Teachers , . Dircclor of lvocalional Ill-I'l.-VIIUII N . . - . Clolhing French , Span ish . . ll lalhcmal ics Phys ical Educalion . lllalhematics . . . Drafling . English, .llalhcmalics Social Sludics Carl P. Birmingham . . VVarren E. Blue . Morris H. Brown . . Emily P. Burdon . . Maude E. Capron . Gertrude VV. Carleton A. Hortense Church . Helen Cotton . . Eleanor Cox . Katherine Curtis . Fred H. Daniels . Gladys F. Davis . . Caroline M. Doonan . Albert. A. Dulac . . Louise E. Dyer . . Elizabeth M. Eaton . Marguerite XV. Ells . Donald G. Enoch . . John F. Fitzsimmons Maida Flanders . Francis J. Foster . Cecile E. Giroux . May B. Goodwin . . Ruth E. Gray . . Raymond A. Green . Edward N. Griffin . Ethel Ham . . . Easter l. Hamilton . . arm-0 U . . . Librarian . . . Commerical Alalhemalics, Science . . . Printing . French . Chem islry . , Social Sludics Pracficc, Yfvpewriliny . . . . Lalin . French . Science . Design . Food.: . . English . l'V00d1l'Of'k in g Physical Educal ion . . . Science . Drawing ul I al h cm a I ics . . . Elcclririllv Physical Educalion . Social Studies . . French . . . Lalin Sc i c n cc A ss is! a n I . Social Sludienv . . llluxic . . . . F rcnrh Cafcleria Silpcrrixor George E. Hardy . . Charles R. llarringrton Irene Nl. Haworth . Arthur ti. llildreth . Frederick O. llolmes . Mildred Hood . . . Frederick K. Hussey . Arthur C. Johnson . llelen P. Johnston Gladys li. Jones . Lucius P. Jones . Rohert. M. Keeney . ll. Anna Kennedy . Jeannie B. Kenriek . llorace Kidger . Daniel F. Koughan . Grace S. Kuntz . George A. Land . llazel l". Ludden . Frances V. Lund . . Carolyn E. Macdonald Oscar Martin . . . Bertha P. Maynard . Elizabeth L. Ma yo . Ethel W. lVlcGregory Charles Il. Mergendahl Jessica F. Mcserve . Catherine A. Murray Gertrude E. Myles Edith E. Newcomb . Warren VV. Oliva-r Mary C. Owens . Forrest, Paige . Alvin Parker . . llarry J. Patterson . Charles VV. Peterson . Edwin R. Pitt . llarrict P. Poor . Clara L. Rice . . Edwin B. Richards . Louise E. Richardson Vesta A. Richmond . Wallace E. Richmond PHE FJ TQEYJIELTI Faculty CCon tinuedj lil A t W'Wlllll IlWllllllllllllll it ll Mathematics . Science . English . . Science . . . Social Studies Qthcc Practice. Typewriting . . . Mathematics . Latin. Mathematics Stenogra phy , Typeuir it ing . . . . . English . Social Studies . . English . . . Science Home Economics . Social Studies . . Social Studies Physical Ed ucat ion . . . . . Latin English. Science Assistant . . . . . Science . . . . English Phys ical Ed uca t ion . . . . French B iology, Physiology . . . Dra 11' ing . . . Mathematics Food s. I font in ual ion School . . . . . Clothing . . . . . French St enogra ph y, Ty pewr it in g Commercial . . Clothing . Social Studies . English. History . Mach ine Practice . Mathematics . Electricity . Latin . Design . English . . English Mathematics . Science Edith M. Rideout Cora E. Riley . . F loyd B. Rinker . Gertrude Robinson Cora XY. Rogers . George I. Rohrbough Edna M. Ryan . Ralph M. Sanborn Maude M. Shippee Frank M. Simmons Charlotte Simon . Flora M. Smith . Wendell F. Smith Margaret South . Charles R. Spaulding Elsa W. Stone . John L. Sullivan . Carl L. Swan . Nelson C. Swan . Alma A. Thomas . Harold XY. Thomas Samuel Thurber . Herbert D. Tinker Edward N. Tisdale Ruth M. Twiss . Adele XYaldmeyer Ida M. Wallace . Louise Wietherbee Hazel White . Helen L. VVhite . Leon L. White . Ethel XVhitmarsh . Katherine VVilder . Daniel P. A. Willard Lester E. Williams Sterling L. Wlilliams F. Ewing Wilson . . . . . English Visiling Teacher. Guidance . . . . Engl ish . . Engl ish .llalhemalics . . English . . . . French Phys ical Ed ucalion . . English. Social Sludies, Tefliles Phys ical Ed acalion . . . Hygiene . . English . Social Slail ies . Social Sl url ies . . . . .llasic . . . . Science . . Drafling. Head CoachAI"oallJall. Baseball .l I echa n ical Drawing . .llachine Praclice . Commercial . Aulonzobile . . English .llalhemalics rllalhernalics Commercial . French . Lalin . . English Commercial . . . . French . . . Drafting . Engl ish. Span ish . German . . . . Science . . Social S111 d ics English. Social Sliulies . . Social SlllfllPS Physical Eflucal ion ' PHE 1YIE'DVTC9NIAN 1 an xliil'-l1ll'l1' ,Xl1ll'l1'll .l11l111 Xllvn 1f:11l11'1'i111- Xll1l1'l'51lll l,a-1111111 X11gixi1141 XXIII llalwr Nlary llalm-s Xlll1'llii li1'2illl'1'g'2ll'1l Xlary liirrvll ll illiam liloll Xliw- li1Dlll'll1lllf xfllllll' lirivkcti Lyla liruoks Stanlvy l31'11w11 pXrtl111r flll2lIllll1ll'lHlIl Xlary 1l41l1u11 l':l1'HIl1ll' C11la1'11ll11 B1-at1'i1-1' 1l0ll1y lfslillvr fl1ll1'lllklIl Evan 1l11llin4 llolwrl 1'l11X ll11l11-rt flfkllltf Mary 1lr1111i11 Dora 1iIu111111i11gs l3arl1a1'a Dalton Donalxl Dllll1J1'li Yir,f1inia Dow l10lllS1' Dygoski Agrws lialon fllairc lfiskv Mary l'll1'1'llIl1J1,' fiW'1'Il1l1llyIl FI'1'1l1'l'l1' l,lIl1lZl l'll'1'1'lllZlll Saraln l?1ll'Sylll lil1'll2lI'1l fiZll'1lIl1'l' Soplliv 121-11111 itz lli1'l1:11'1l 1iil1l1s 1ira1'1' fi1I1lVVlIl Iluth li1l1l1l0 flHlll1'l'lll1' llcrlil1y Scholarship Roll ksnn 'llargarc-1 ll4'1'1'i11g't4111 rllll1'lIll2l lliggins .lr1l111 llil1'll1'111'li l'l1yllisll11Id1-1' llriscilla lluclson ll0l1,'Il .lunvs Lilian .lowffll A111121 Kvrr llvlvn livllaway 1fl1arlvs lXll'lKIllill'l1'li lluriw lxnllu- llazvl lAiVNI'1'll1'1' 1i2ll'll2ll'2l l.ippi111'11tt Y111'111al1 l11l1'kVY1J11l ilX2llll1'l'lIll' licwlu- lJ1JI'1Jlllj l.ll1'lilllilIl llurivl Xl1'A1lEllllS ivllfllilll Nl1'Askill .Ivan Nl2l1'lJ1JIl2ll1l Danivl Nlavkvrizic .l1'2lll1'll1' Manning Nlaurive' lX'l2il'Sll?lll lllllh M1-adv Nlarion Mc-llns Yvrna Mitvliell lllargarct Morse Lydia Moses lilvanor Murray llelc-n Nickerson FI'8Il1'iS Uber N1Jl'IllHH Payne l11ll'I'ZilIl0 Phipps Mary Purvell llarold Purdy Alive Quirk llarbara llandlvtt C1JIlSlZlIl1'1x lleclwl lil1'll2iI'1l Rice Maude' llirc Nancy llylllcr AIIII Smficld Charles Smith Ilanclall Smith DOl'1Dllly' Staniivlrl llivhard Stvlibins Mary Snpino liarbara Thrall William 'l'l1urst1111 Alive Toollcy 1lli1'i:1 xilllll1'llllll1'l' lil1'll1ll'1l Wagner Nlargarvt, Warren Nlargarvl xy1'llllCI' flllZll'l1'S xY1xllSlCI' Gladys Wliilney Arthur Wilson fil1lIlSt12iIl1'1! XY1'igl1t 1- N1-nu .uw-J-I-y X J J-1 'X-J--J-N J J-'V' ' " ' 'fx' 'ji LJJLJQLLI l will LJMLYQ ISK HE iNlEi'SfVT QNIAN W CLASS OF 1929 GILBERT CRUCKER .ADAMS 18 Dorset Rd.. Waban .Hy henrl. lhey su-v. is IFIIP as' sleelp hmrfounrl Ihvy il? Born llarvh 6. 1911: Language: Angierl Cornell: To have foreign business relations: Alpha Gamma Tau. 2: Math Club Play. 3: Newtonite. 3. 4: Newtonian. 3: Alpha Beta. 3: Boys' Svienec Club. 91: Ili-Y Club: Indoor Track Team. 1. 2. 3. 1. 53 Outdoor Track Tvani. 2, 3. 4. 3. ED WARD ALEXAN DEH 40 Park St.. Newton Hou' lhe man erpnnds when he fhnrlles. Al: Born June 2. 1911: Business: Bigelow: Bentley Sm-hool of A11-ountingzz raiser. KILBLRN ELIE ADAMS, JR. 18 Dorset Rd.. Wiaban Lurk is a good word if you pu! a "p" before il. Kil: Born October 221, 1909: Language: Angier: Wiesleyang To fly non-stop around the world: Hi-Y: Nine-Presirlent: Aviation Club. 5: Alpha Gamma Tau. Il. 3: Junior Narsity Baseball. 2. 3: Class Relay. 1. 2: Indoor Trark. 3. wi. 5: Outdoor Travk. 1. 5. To be a hog: ALFRED EDWIN ALLEN, Jn. 11 llaple Ave.. Newton Thru has! cufzrnn lhe ronsluble al lrzsl. Junie: Bom TYOYPIIIITPI' 5. 19093 Itlathemat- ies: Bigelow: Bowdoin: To be a veterinary in a one-horse town: Newtonile. 2: Hi-Y Club. -1. 5: Junior Varsity Football: Intermediate Football. 1: Track Squad, 3, 1. TIIUMAS INICELRATII ADAMS 181 Langley Rd.. Newton Centre A rhew in the fun' iv 11-nrlh hm in U10 pnrkel. Tommy: Born Nlarvh lo. 1010: Mathemat- ivs: Ilutehinson High. Buffalo: West Point: Class Track. 2: Basketball. 2: Alpha Beta, 1: Treasurer. .Alpha Gamma Tau. 3: Ili-Y. 4: Honor Roll, 1. 2. JUIIX JAMES ALLEN 11 Vliashington St., Newton fllruzvv are pnels Il',1U rzerer penned Iheir in- xpirfzlion. Jim: Born August 5.1010:Business:Bigelow: Boston I nn:-rsityz To be a SPZIQIOIIIII gentlvman larmer: NPVSl0I1l1P. 2: bf-nlor Play Connnittt-0. BIAHJORIE ALDRICII 36 Taft Ave.. uivst NPXYUDII Euxf zrilh lllfllllily. Midge: Born February IT. 19121 Steno- graphiv: F. A. Day: Tuba-aSevrf'1:iryZ Senior Play Connnittc-1-. I: Gym Me-vt. 2. XYENDELL CLUXYES ALLEN 218 !Abt'l'llf'f'l1 St., Nvxxtori Ilighlands Every nmn is a rolunzrn if you kllllll' hon' lo rm fl I1 im. XX?-nz Born Juno 23. 1911: Mathenlativsg l Ilydeg 11. I. T.: Alpha Beta. 1, 2: Seerelary. 2: I Nlath Club, 3: Treasurer,-1: National Ilonor r 5 Society, 3, l: Baseball. Manage l 1 'X THE N WU? QNIAN XI.II1Ii MARY A Nllilllllllx I0I,ulI1rupfNt.. Nui Iunx III4- II flllxlllllllllf' Il mx. Alu' 5 Alllf' In ln' 11 Il'lIllIVl. KI: Iiurn S1'IlIl'lllIN'I' IU, IINW: Sli-migr:ipI1io: I", N. Iluyg To In' ll sm-i:iI ixurlu-rl Mili- lIlIllllIlIlly Iimlllllillw-. I. IZ-X'I'I I ICII Sin' is quill' an ISIC NN lI.I.IA Nl ,NN N ICSI 311 Ilqmllmrns- SI., N1-xxlun .'Il,v yfmnl-lmlllrv will win nu' u Il'll.V. IIIIIA Iinrn Nlny III. IOIII: Ile-ncrzil Ilusim-ss I". N. Dany: Iiuslmi Ullivvrsily: Yursily Foul Imll. II. I1 lIlIl'I'llll'IIIllIl' Iialsvlmll. 33 Iflus Iiuske-lImII, 21 Ilunnr Iinll. 2, II: Uranus- Iiu SI:iII', fig Xursily liaise-liull Squald, I. SI'1II"I'iIi'I' .NNIPICIISUIN I0 XII. Nvrnon Sl., N1-wlullviII0 I. urlisl, uml is lll'lliXfII'llll,V quivl. IiI'llI'1 Born Sm-plz-lnlwr h. 19125: Fine- Arts: i IIi Ii Iivl In-sql: I' rf-nr-In I,IuIi. I: gr 1 'XI:iss:u'Iius4-its S1'ImuI ui' Art: Ilnnur Hull. II, I. LICNUIIA FIIANCES AINZIXINO H588 Ifhi-slnul Sl.. Nvwlun Uppvr Falls Quivl IIIIVIHIY run nul lm p1'rplc'.rml or fflifllllfllfll SnImstiml: Iinrn IYOVl'IIlIN'I' 30. l9I2g Slvnu ggrnplm-3 Iirm-rson: Boston Univvrslly: 'Ii In- Nils AstIn-r's sm-rviuryz Alpha Iii-ln. I I'msIu-Ibull, I: Ilonor Iioll, I. Ig ffrrllirllcrm-i.iI I'IuIr I FIIAN lx NN ILIA III? AINIIICIISUN 33022 IN-rby Sl . N 1-sl N1-wlml 'I'l :ix fxlllfll' -II lull u lhillyl il isf Rudy: Horn l,l'f'l'lllIN'l' IT. 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Iulklng Im' III I4-vu I'1lllN'1'llIlVI' mmul and stu os: Ilzlski Ii:iII. 2 I3 I,1'gIsI:ilill'i-, 23 Suviul SIIHIIPS I.IuIi I: IIllIlUl'II1lII.2. I6 uk INI. X r"r'.I IFJ J- 'Ju - QL.L:Qm JJ' -533 ROBERT ERNEST ARMSTRONG IITISA xvilSIlIllg.ZIUll St.. We-st Ne-wtun He Ira vvls fuslf-sl II"ho lrarelx ulurm. Roh: Horn January 2I, 19111 Vuvutiunalt Pvlrt-0: Togo into husuwss for llIySf'lI sounvr or lute-r. BRADFORD HOLDEN RALDWIN lt! Chase- St .. Nvwtun Contre- llnmun drliyltls nw nuff llunsau- lligllg To bv at Ilw Illrutllv l2lIllI'f', 2. 3, I: Assistant Nlunugt-r ut' Ilovkvy, I5 Nluimgf-r ul' Ilm-lu-y. I: Ss-nmr Play, I-. JOIIN WINTON ARNOLD 86 Norwood Avv.. Na-wtunxillv 1Ir1il,frfll0u'.' lI'01lnlf'l.' Shorty: Rorn April I6. l9l0g Svic-ntilie-3 Rindgv 'l'm'In1ivul: To hc' uhlv to wrilv bunk rf-ports: Svnior Play, I, ASSISIIIIIIVlvIillI1lQlQ'l", I. l'R IiS'l't IN A I,RI'IR'l' R NR HA ll Willzirtl Sl., Nvwlnn lfulm ix lltll Illlllll-VS Ihr' IIHVIAIIIIII' uf' l'IllIUl'f'III'4'. Rurh: Rnrn July 2, Illlttz Svivntilivz Riga-low' I'vnn Stulvl Jllllltll' Iursily Fuutbull. 2. 31 IIIIPIWIIPKIIIIII' Fnutlnill. I. 51 Junior XVQITSIIN' Rust-bull. T: 'l'rzu'k, I. 'l'III'Il,Xl 'KN IIICLICN R NILICY .luv IS 'lllnfl' R 35 Sllilflbll Avi-.. .-Xulmrmlatlv nnl in ll11'rrqx,' il is in us. urn July 2.1. IUII: Clm':1'ul1 Rurr: To lwvuiln- :ln TIVIZIIVIXI Ilninv lit-mnninvs Clulv. 2: Ring Cmmnittm-4-, 33 Cluss Ilmwlu-y. 3: liusvlmll, 233 Cninnu-rrinl Clulr. It flym Nlvvt. 3: N1-xxtuniun JXIIIIIZILIPT. I1 N1-xxtfnlitv NI:n1:tu4-r. 2. WI LLIA M I IICN RY RA R lx IJCY 300 xxilffl St.. N4-wtun Cvnlre- Sir. l uvnulrl rullwr lu' 1-iqlzf llrun lu' 111'vsi1l'4'lll Xlusuni AI. I. l .1 ln lu- :ln t'l4'f'tt'l4'ztl l'Ilg1lIII'I'I': llunur Roll. 3.551 xllllll Club, It: lfnglitsli Clulr. S4-nlnri Rurn April Hi, IUILIQ Ilzitlwiluitivs- I: l.un4'ln'ufun hquzul. I: Flztgn-f.4nnillillt'1'. I CI I NRl,O'l"I'I'I AN N R 'X K ICR III Clause- St..N1'wtulnt't-vllrv In u foul. l'Ill'l'iII!I ll'lll'lIl xlw lfwx. -N Rnrn .latnuury ...L lfllfii l,ui1g:llug:4'A Watson: Suninnns: In lu' lln' lirst wuinun tn tly t"v l,1lt'lIIt'1 Axllillll Rvlu, Ili llnnnr Roll. I. 221 Nutimml llnnnr Sm-in-ly. IS. Ig Class lluvlu-y. 1 ,,.. 2lI'N ity, Il. Ig Drutnu Club l'!:u5. ft ' H I 1 I N l.n,.l.slt Vlulb. J. I: Rusl-u'tll:1ll. L. I' lX4'xxtuiliuix. rtlnnll I I Nfwtunile ' 5 I J, If Rats -KNNA RNRRl'I'l"l SSI I,:lng'1-y Rd., 'Nc-xxIunC1't1trv Lllllflll YVIIIII' yrn'1l:'r1 lIlIIflllll'l'. Rurn Uvlulwr 5, IUI I: SII'lIOgl'ilfPlIIl'2 Nlus rn To ln- ulnla- In IIQILFI' without using: Inv linuvrs Oulfluur IlOlll'l'I'I. 2: Cluss llll't'1ISllI'I'I' I. lf Rrudg Rurn July IT. 1008: Mutltr-nlulivs: ol tho Cf-ntury as zu truvc-ling 4-iigiiwvrg Lvggis- v Nlplm R1-lu. I, -1 luxt-r'litiw- t.mllinl!tm-A tg Ulf El ij N fi' UWT UNIAN ICDXVAHID F11 ANCIS BARRY 301 lmxinglon St., Anbnrndalm- HP was u yr-nllernun from solr' lo rrnzrn. 116113 Born lVlarr'h 0. 1912: 1x12l1lN'1llZli1l'SI llnrr: To ln- ll nlattrvss lvslvr. M ARY 1'Il.1ZABl'I'l'H BATES I 1 Roslyn lid., Wuhan Behold hrr IQVCS as sqfl und brighl us amln'r. Betty: Born Sf-pic-nilwr 1, 1911: Language: Angier: Vassar: Baskvlball, 1, 2, 3: Gym Meet., 1, 2, 3, 4: Fra-nch Club. 21g English Club, 4: Honor Roll, 1, 2: National llonor Society, 3, Secretary, 4: Library Club. 4: Legislature, 4. KA'l'1l11YN HARRY 106 Mill St., Newlonvillv Ilupplv oven of ll rainy day. Kay: Born July 24, 1911: Scivntifiv: F. A. Day: Simmons: To supervise a study room with N. ll. S. 11-aclif-rs as pupils: Fivld Hockey. l, 2, 3, 4: Baskvlball, 1, 2, 3, -1: Basvhull, 1, 2, 3: Tennis, 4. EARL IIOVVAHD HICAL 11- Buavh St., Nvwlonville Quiz-l men nflnn surprixe us. Howe: Born Fvbruary 23, 1909: Sri:-nlilic-: Whitman High: North:-ash-rn: To bv an archileclnral Pllgl111'0l'. JUSIIUA GIQHARD BARTER 173 Trvmonl Sl., N4-wlon fm JUSIIILII, if you please, Sli"-AlIUll,Il'?I1 Josh: Born April 18, 1910: S1-im-ntiliv: lligv- low: Aviation School. AM1'I1,1A CA1111I1'I B1'1A1'111'fGA1lD 1896 1A'aShing1on Sl., .Aubnrndalv Order is hm ren ly. Born July 6, 1911: Clvrival: N1'1'l11l2ll1l High: To be an bookkc-Ppvrg lfnglish Club, 4. UWICN 11l'INl1Y l1A11Tl'I1'1 173 'l'l'f'Ill0I11 St.. Na-wlon llor'sn'I hula' uvnrk-jus! nu! in .vynqmllzyv wilh il. Twin: Horn .April 18, 1010: S1-ic-nlilivg liigv- lowg lnlvrnwrliull' Football. 4- .IUIIN IIICINHY HECK 16 Pvarl St., Nvwlon The mrly bird gals Ihr' worm ,' bu! 11-hu uvuzls ll'0l'lllS? 114-1-ky: 110rni.1nly 16, 1911: Businvssg Unr 1,zuly'sg Trullic Squad. 3: Nvwtonitv, 2. nh- J- -1-. -f-J - - .A f Clijlpgo UL' 3' ALMA BFILFRY L 13 Dalby St.. Newton The kind Qf person who always knazrs. Born September 22. 1912: General: Beverly High: To linish school. BARBARA BILLINGS 25 Page Bd., Newtonville llirlue alone is happiness below. Barby: Born July 21, 1912: Language: F. A, Day: Smith: To be a journalist: French Club: Class Basketball, 3. ICLEANOR FRANCES BELL 120 f,Xf01l1 Rd., Newton Centre Tell me, prell-v lady, will you dance a 1l'h1il? wilh me? Billie: Born August 4, 1911: Svientifivi Dorchester High: Simmons: To be a secretary: Drama Club, 5: Legislature, 5: Class Basket- ball, 3. MARY MABJOBIE BIBRELL 235 Lexington St., Auburndale Originalil-v is simply a pair Qffresh eyes. Nlidge: Born August 18, 1011: Stenographic: Dorvhester High: B. U.: To go to South America as a private sm-retary: National Honor Soeiety. 3. 1: First Prize Der-lamation Contest. 2: Social Studies Club. 41 Drama Club, 1: 11onor Boll. 2, 3, 1. YPIRNER BENSON 16. 11 eston Bd.. W 4 llesls 5 .-1 goodly -VOlllh. Born February 28. 1910: Cabinet: Wiellesley Junior High. 111fT1l 111 E1'1DDAL1'I BLACK .10 Court St., NPWl0llWl11l A hol llillle ruul. Buthie: Born June 29. 1012: Stenographiv: F. A. Day: To be a sevretaryl Freshman- Sophomorv Prize-Speaking Contest. 21 11 ABBLN 1111',OD0111'. BLBRY 031' 1Y1lS1l1I1,E!10I1 St.. Newtonville The man-v Slif1!'llf71lllll is ripe for PI'l'l'-V I1I'1-20. Born March 23. 1010: Nlathemativsz F. A. Day: 31. A. C.: To be a landsvapa- arvhitevt: National Honor Soeir-ty: Alpha Beta. 1: New- tonite, 1. 2. Alanagingg Editor, 3, 1'1ditor-in- chic-f, 1: Newtonian. Ii, 11 Drama Club, 2, 11, 1: 1'1ay, 2. 3. 1: Fra-nr-h Club. 2: Spanish Club, 3: linglish Club. 1: Board of l'ublif'ations. 3: Chairman. 1. BRADFORD 1'1.N1l'iB B1.ACKN1AN S12 Bowen St.. Newton Centre .Uv rum! lruals mr' sr'au'ards lo Ihe rrhilr' flippinq sails. Brad: Born U1-tobvr 21, 1011: N1!llll4'lI'l1l11l'SI Mason: Annapolisl To be a 114-ar Admiral in 17 S, Navy: Alpha Beta. 1. 2: Alath Club, 2, 3. 1: llonor Hull. 2: Class Basketball. 2: C1assUrc'he-stra. 2: '1'ral1ic- Squad, 3, 1: Band. 21: Football, 21, 1: 11i-Y, 1: lfssay Contest Winn:-r. I. 1 THE N E' WT ON IAN ll ANKIES lil,AClxVlI'Il.l, lT4l l YN 1lSlllll,11lUll Sl.. Auhurmlule' I 'll .vpvuk lu you in I'0f1Ill.Sl1 NlAll'lll'F. lilac-kiv: Burn Nluy 20. IUII: l4ZlllKll2l,L'l'2 urr: Boston llllIVf'fSllyl 'lu ln' an lawyer: ll llc lxl -'I1'l'Zll Svniur I'I:ny. mr llull, lg Ililllll, 2. fl. lg Urvlwslrn, 3. l: -K l.l4 IIC l'Il,lZA ll li'l'Il lllllfll N lil WF 23 llurllllmml Sl..ffll1'sllllll llill l.vl us wall: lmrul In huml, .Ynl mm lnjfurr Ihr ullwr. linru Urlulwr I2, IUI2: llullgruxznga-1 Sucrml llc-url Cuxnvvrnlg llaulm-lill'4': Fr:-m'l1 Club. 2: Alplm lim-lu, 2: AlphaG:unnm'l':1u.2: lfngzlisln Club. ll. l: llonor llull. 2, Il: l,1-uislnlure-. I: Nuliunzll llunur Suvivly, l. XNlI.l.lANl AI,IKI'Tll'l' lil,Ull 25 In-e-I'v Nu-,. 'Nvxslull lwppvr Falls lS'I'l'l-llllSIII'NS uml ll1llJfll'lll'N.V lllilkl' Ihr' num. llilli llorn lfvlmrllzxry 20. l0l21 lluslnvssl 1-rsnn: li:-nllc-y S1-luml ul' M-1-mulling: :uml illlf'f'I lu lw an an-vuunlzmlz 'l'l1ril'l 'l'vlle-r. ' 'iz 'lll'illlll'S1llllHl. 21: Nlplm llvlu. 2: Uutdnor 1 mlm-rl, Ilg llnslu'll1:lll.2 IIICN Ill llUl'liNl'Il WI" 23 llilllllllllllll Sl., fflnvslnut llill -lrisa' will: Ihr' lIll'lf.Q, lull urnirl lurks in Ihr' l'l'l'IllIlfl. llmn Nlnrvln 23. lflll: lgunyllugf-1 llruuklim' lllgglli llurxurcll lli-N. li lA'11lSlIlllll'4', lg llllillflllilll llflllllil llxmrll. lg Hull' ,lAI'ZlIll. 'l. lt llcwlu-5 Squzul. fl: llnnnr lloll. l, 2: Svniur l'l:ly. lg l"nggliNl1lflul1,fl. Play. Il, IHIUIDA 'XNITN lilll,IN4ilill IHS llululrl lhl., N4'wxlm1lfn'll1l4- Ilvllllllvlhlll us .sn'1'1'l. flml VUIIIIYI uv l'l'lllllIlIll.l llUI'll N1IXf'IlllJ1'l' T. lflllz llJIllQ.fllilg1l'f Xl1lS4llll l llllilllllgl Svlumli ln lw :nn llll4'llUl' ll1'l'Ull1ll'll" Xlzn Ill Llulr l'l:uy, l, l"ll YN lx 11llXIil.IiS ISN-NNI llh XX nl:-:hmm St.. Xl'XXl1lll ,lf'4ll'!l'l'I' ll-Illl-,Wil lo l1vol'1'l.4'u llllll mul pru pl'vlvl.rlK. llfilllll Horn Nun-llllrvr 110. l'lIl: ll1'llK'l'1ll l'nnim'w1 l". K. Dany: Nluas. llullvgn- ul' l'lmrf IIIZIVNI 'l'r:alli1' Squzul. Il: 'lllwill 'll-lla-r, if l4l.ll1'l'l'lNlll Sllllilll. fl. NK ll,I,l XXI IIICNIH IQKZSXHIIHAII. .lux ST lle-nxlnzux Fl.. XM-sl N1-nl-nu l Ill' 1ll'l'1Ill' flll'I' flu ll lv.-nf, rrnr. 'I ' ll ' ' llnlg lnnn .luly U. lflllt lwn.-l':nl lgllNllN'XNl ll1'Il'K'l'f llhNlUll l niw-rxity. ICLSPN LIN N llli XNIYI TT Ilm's1'I llml, Xlulmn .1 ffYl1IlNl'1IIll. .ruff ll llilfill llillic-1 llUl'Il llm'4'Illlu'1' 22. IUWJZ lll'll"l'Ill l'u-irw-3 Na-xx l'-ngluml II4 wpilul: 'lla ln' an IIIIINI' ' ll: x l l w x.lIrllN ll.m1l. l, -. -5. l. x.ll'NIlX I l14.ll.l.-. W lllxllllli lru I " 5 llnnn I n ' fax ' -N z. . L. I1 4 - 'I1'mlulll"s. L. ,x ,.., , , .-,-, . l lrvnuur ' llulzlum femur! l ' 5 I ' 1 Xlul l ' l l Sym .L.f.. 20 v :Elf CLASS QT 192.9 VVALTER RUDOLPH BRANDT, Jn. 277 Dorset Rd., Wiaban He fools I1 windv horn long info Ihe niglzl. Bob: Born January 20, 1912: Scientific: Peirce:Bowdoin1Tobea patent attorney: Band, 1, 2, 3, 71: Varsity Orchestra. 1, 2, 3, 1: Chess and Checker Club. 3: Tral1ie Squad. 3: Lunchroom Squad, 11: Glee Club. 2. ALFRED BROVVN 135 Neshobe Rd.. 11111112111 1171111 l'UlUIll'1V is lhis. sir? Al: Born September 6, 1910: General: Angler: Al. 1. T.: To he an airplane designer: Junior Ya:-sity Football. 3: Varsity Football. 1-1 Sergeant-at-Arms Aviation Club, -1-. ARTHUR HENRY BRICK ETT 269 Auburudale Ave.. Auburudale He wlzoof lhnse f1f',l.!1hlSt'lIIl jurlye and spare lo inler-pose lhem, is lI'l-SV. Art: Born April 6, 1011: Seientilie: Burr: Boston University: To be an accountant: Lunch Squad, 3, 4: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 3: Glee Club, 1, 2: Honor Roll, 3. 1. JAMES RODR1QUEZ BRONVN 215 Mill St., Newtonville The grealer' man. lhe yrenler courlegv. Jimmie: Born April 21, 1909: Scif-nlilitg F. A. Day: Harvard: Clerk of Associates. 1: Track Team, 3. 4: Hockey Team, 2. 3, 11, 5: Captain, 4: Ili-Y Club, 3, 4, 5: Cheer Leader, 5. CATHRYN LUCILLE BRIDGE . 29 Ricker Rd., Newton A violel by II nzoss-v slone, Half hidden from the eye. Kay: Born April 6. 1912: Language: Bigelow: Bradford Academy: French Club. 3. 4: Alpha Gamma Tau, 2: Hockey, 1: Gym1V1ect. 1. 2. 3. STANLEY CUSHING BROWN 105 Washington Park, Ncwtonville Slubbed wilh a while ll'l'l1d.S bluckevc. Stan: Born July 5. 1908: Busiuess: F. A. Day: Business School: 1lllf'I'II1f'f11Lllt! Fool- ball. 2: Track Squad. 3. 3, -1: Varsity Football, 3. -1: Class Secretary. 5. LYLA MATILDA BROOKS 210 Melrose St., Auburndale Brooksie: Born March 30. 1911: General: Burr: Simmons: To be a graduate nurse: Social Studies Club. 4: Honor Roll, 21. ll: Tennis Tournamenl. rl: Outdoor Concert. 1. 2: Gym Meet. l. 2. NATALIE VIRGINIA BROWN 11 Harvard Sl... Newtonville 11'hoopee.' Life is juxl one long Il"100IM'0.l Rickey: Born January 17, 1012: Language, 2, 3: General. 1: F. A. Day:Fuushlng School, To be an l1llA'l'l0l' decorator: French Club, 2. -ll: Senior Play, -1: Honor Roll, 21, -1. 1 llll at 1.1111ut1W1lluwmlmyum3,414111111111111' 111111Wulummymmfmapm1111111wlrlfealmly11Wll11lglynmw1111111111wealth-1 1 21 QF ELL 1 V ' F1 I ff Dyllf Y A li' CA'l'lll'IlllNl'I l'1l,lZAl':l'f'l'll lilllllili 1063 Us-:iron Sl., lNl'WlUll C1-ntrv Tu Punish IIUIINVIINI' lrilh ilu' rhurmx of sound. Kay: liorn Allgusl, 28. l0Ilg Clvrivul and Sta-rnogranplnivz Manson: Siuunons: 'l'o bv an svrrl-Iaaryi llonor lloll. l Z Uuliloor Convvrl. l. 21 Colnuu-ra-inl Club. 3. 'NlAllllAlllf'l' lll'fl,liN CAlll'IY lllf Sluniforcl Sl., Allllllfllllillf' She spvuks l1lS1'I'l'I'llvV ll'hl'I7 slzr lulks. Hila: llorn Ijl'K'4'lIIlN'l" 9, llillz LZIIIQIIHHPI llurr: Nllflllill Schoolg llonor lloll. fl. H0l!l'1ll'l' GAIKIXNEH lil7Zl'II.I.li 20 Lexington Ts-r., xvilllllillll llc' ix no man unlil lu' lcnuzyx lluu' ln mm fl rexmuwiful llfr. Vlluzzy: liorn Uvlobvr lll, llll lg lfll-r'tri1':ll3 Vullluzun lliglng lluwlvy lil:-vlrlvznl Svlnoolg To an 1-xpm-rl rf-paure-r of anything 4-lvclrie-ul. DOHOTIIY CAROLIINH CAHllUl.l. 21 li:ul1'lill'1' llrl., xxvilllilll Thr' S1l'l't'f, snwiling rhz-lnrir :J pf'rs1md1'ngl avvx, Dot: Born February 8, N101 H:-nr-ral: Franklin: Social Slurlics Club, 2: Fre'm'h Club,Il. .l0lllN .l0Sl'Il'll TIIUMAS CAl,l,AllAN 33 Muguc' Avo., XY4-sl Newton l'l1m'l11ls.' wllul ll nunu'.' Cul: Born Mznrvh IS, l9l0g llusinvss: l'vir4-v. HARHAIKA CAll'lll'Ili 266 Vlomllamxl llcl.. .Nulnurmlznlc lflollwx lllllkl' Ihr' nzun-u'uruun. Bobbie-' Burn l"1-bruwr ll l0l0' V1-nl-r'nl' . 1 - y . . J 1 . Sonic-rvillc' lligllz Art School: Tre-ansurf-r llornc l':l7Ull0llIll'S Club. NYILLIANI Il0lilNl'IS'l' CALl,lllA'Y llll fl1'1l2lI' Sl., lN1'Vl'l,0ll C4-nlrc .4 ll ll,lI'l.IljlIllPlll uf ull lhul wus IPIPIISIIIII in num. llill: liorn llI't'f'IlllN'l' il. 19123 llllllglllilfllf Lincoln Junior lligbz Durllnoullni lhuul, I, 2. Il. ll: Ur:-lu-slru. Ii. li Math Club. 31 Draunu Club. -lg Svuior Play. -11 llrzunu Club Play. l. Slum' :xml llublivily for llrzunu Club l'luy. ll Class liaaskz-llxznll, LZ. l'llll,ll' SIDINICY IIAli'l'l'Ili I6 llulvzxrrvs lid., We-sl Ns-wlon For his u jollv youd f!'HOIl"-'llllll houx' Sid: llorn .luly 5. IUII1 I42lllf.Illflg.Z4'I l'c-irc-c-3 llurvnrd: N1-wlonilc' Sport liclllor, 1. 5. Assistant, l'Iclilor-in-vlnie-ln. 53 Orange- Hook. 33 Ni-wloniuu, IS, 'Iii lncloor 'l'rzu'k, l. 2. 3, -5: Outdoor 'l'r:wk.i3, l. 5: Lvgislnllirf-, -lg Civics llonrd, 4: lli-Y Club. l. 5. .y. CLASS UF 1329 TIIERESA BARBARA CARUSO 276 Newtonvillc- Ave., Newtonvillc A Iillle nonsense nom and then is r1ppref'ialr'd by the best of us. Trina: Born March 25, 1012: St.4-nographim-3 F. A. Day: To be a private secretary: Class Hockey, 2, 3, 4: Varsity lloclwy. 3. 44: Class Basketball, 2, 3. Captain. 4: Class Baseball, 2. 3. Captain, 2: English Club, 3: Gym Moet. 2, 3. ARTIIUH C1lAM1l1iHLA1N 254- f1PI11.l'81 St., Auburndale Yr' ure no longrr mrn. but less and lll0l'l'. Art: Born July 13, 1900: Language: IN-nn Statv: To go in pursuit. ol' advvnture: Foot.- ball, 2, 3, 4, 5: Junior Varsity, 2: lntormhediatv, 3: 1338017311: Junior Varsity. 21 lntornlodlatv. 32 Track, 1, 2, 3, 41, 5: Junior Varsity lloclwy. 33 Drama Club Play, 5. JOSEPH ANTIIONY CARVICLLI 62 Auburndalc Avo., Vllvst Nr-wton llfhnf lhou url, we know nol. Joey: Born lway 10, 1911: Yovatiunal: Peirce: NV. W. and S. 1l1'11'ID C1lAMl'1ON 880 Clwstnut SL., VVaban Some build Ihfir nyfly houses on U10 rorks, Come see my slunmy vuslle in Ihe sand. Horn Dovvlnlwr 15, 1900: Language: Mosvs Brown, 1'rovidunr'0: Hadclil1'e: To write: Alpha Beta. 2: Varsity Baskvtball. 2. 3: Logislature, 5: English Club, -lt: Front-11 Club, 3: Prize-Spnak- ing Contest, -tg Newtonitc. 1, 5. News Editor, 5: Nowtonian, 5. GRACE MARY CASTOLDI 21 Normandy Rd., Auburndale A dainly lllrlrk-haired nzixs, wondronsl-v illusive. Born May 31, 1011: Clerical: Poirvf-3 Sim- mons: To be a secretary: Outdoor Comm-rt., 1, 2: Gym Mer-t, 2, 3: Commercial Club, 3. ALICE IIOOPER CHAPIN 865 llc-aron St... Newton Cvntre lfhom the gods wish lo pl'0Sl'I'1'8 lheyfirsl nmkf' glad. Chip: Horn 01-tobf-r fl, 1010: Languagvg Mason: Martha Washington Sf-minary: 'l'o writo a best. seller: Ilonor Roll, 1: Alpha livta, 2: Nfiwtonitv, 1, 2, ll: Class liaskvtball, 2, 3, -1: Varsity liaskotball Squad. 3: Gym Meet, 2, 4: Class Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Lvgisla- ture, -1. ANNA MILDRED CAVANAUG11 268 Nuwtonville AVP., Newtonville Thou husl ever thy jfs! and thy ballzzzl. Millie: Born February 12, 1911: Steno- graphiv: F. A. Day: To bv a s0r'rf'tary: Class llorkfry, 3: Outdoor Conn-rt, 2: Class Base- ball, 3. CIIAHLICS CUSHMAN CLA1'l' 127 Langley lid., Newton A man uflvr our orrn hmrl. Cush: Born March 14, 1011: St-if-ntific: Con- cord High: llryant and Stratton: Svnior Play, -1: 'liravlc , 4. -J 'l THE N BTW? QN 1131.31 PIIILII' COAIQLICY -W 8 NN :ldv SI .. N1-vs lon Iliglnlzuuls I nm Ihr' :wmv pink 1g1'4'olll'l4'x.v. rlllllllltll Iloru July If. IUI I1 I,:ul,g:u::p:1-1 Hanson: lslllhlbilll. lima-Irztll. 11 Junior Nursily l"ootb:1II. 2: lllll'l'lll1'tll2llI' I"ootb:nII, IS. I. I'1I.I'fAIXUll .UINICS CUI,'KIilII.I.0 SI .Mnstin St.. IN1-xxlouvillv 'lvlllll lm' lI'I'I'l' us e'l1'r'1'r us xlnn' liliz Horn .IuIy IW. IUIIQ Stt-uoggrzlplrivg I". K. Dany: 'I'o bv an prixnlv sn-we-t:1l'y: Uutrloor t1on:'vrt. 2: Ilonor Roll. I. Il. 55. I: Nulioncul Ilonor Such-ty. II. I: Gym XIPPI.:1lIUllIlllI'I't'l1II Club. I1Ur:1ug:r' Book, II' INt'NYlUllIillI. I. IIAZICI. t 1tlt"I"IN IIIII I':u'Iu'r St., INPVVIUII fI4'llIl't' Tlzrvv' Il'll.S' u lilllf- uirl. rural slu' hurl Il lilllw !'lll'l fflvnu kllllll' flu' l'f'Xf. l'III:t: Horn .-Mngmst III. IOIUQ tlvns-ml: Nlzwouz IN-rry Svhool: Iloun' I'I1'ououuc's Club. il. I1 Iiuglisln Club. I. I3I'IArl'RICl'f CULBY III I4'urIow lid.. Nvuton f:l'1lf'!' uwx in luv' slaps. ,Il'lll'!'lI in hw' 1Qw's.' In l'l'l"l'.V yf'xlm'r', rligllilvv and lnlv- IS:-1-1 Born Dm-mllbf-r I6, 1911: ltzmguangvz Iiigvlowt Smith: To disvovvr SOIIH' day what I Vllllll to do: Class Baskclrballl. 3. 32 CIHSS Ilovkvy. 231 lwyislzatllrv. 'Ig Svnior I'Iuy Com- mittvv, 1: Ilonor Roll, l, 23 Gym Mcfvt, I. 2. fi. AIRLINE IIUIIICIX Tl Arliu lougt Nuwlou I un zuqt :lv ll IN fulmul Il 1ll1 rnuxu r oru I hffnvrl ,Q w 'N x In Imd 1 onsrrx ltorv ol 'N lst Nevwtorutm I tonomu s 1 1 IINHD NNIIIINNI IOII N 1 VN Ull Izl NOIIIP H1114 In Mlm HSIHII lu lumll Ill llx llu Illlllllll Lu tk I Suxuu N Mon. N ss . , . ruor 'I ' . ', ll 'u' ' - " ' "vi " : . 1 . uor ' xi K' 'o ' . 2.1 - " ' 'z ' 'I 1 . :Z o or 4 . f. 1 .I'ItItlI' .Z 'I gf' I . 1 I H T 'Im ., vs 1 4-xx ,YI llI'lll ll I fum Ihr Inn rn f' u'funrl:'z munl unal bmrl llu ,qv Born .lautuanry IU, IUI-. 51'll'llIlIll'. I1'u'r'1', Huston I IIIYUINIIY' I'o ba- at Ibl'IY'lll'Hl't'l't'l'lI'Y Nrtl ltlIt.l. tl PIIKN ISIOIIII l rl S IN4vwtonw 4 Illusu IS lolz' Ill smith of u llllllf , 1 Som J'u1u'1ry I... -1 . " - . . . 71151 ' ' ' org 'sg ff 'ass rf .- bull. 2: Outdoor Concvrt, 2, Z5gComrm-rc-ml Club, 4. Q I ff vff WWWWIlIwlWNIMHw M1111111111111www-mu 'GLASS EVAN REVEEE COLLINS 38 Moreland Ave., Newlou Cffntrv Ser' how Ihe Iixls slrvlrh oul 'lill lhc' f'l'uc'Iz rd' doom. Ev: Born Septmnbvr 1, 1011: I451Ilg'll1lfIf'1 Hydo: Dartmouth: Honor Roll. 1. 2. 3. -lg Varsity Orvlwstrn. 1, 2, 3. 4-3 Varsity Band. 2, 3. 4: Class Prvsidvnt. 21 Vice-l'r0sidr-ut Asso- viutvs. -lg llonor Socivty. 3. l. Pre-sidvut. l: Drama Club. 3, AI, President. -lx Play. 3. 1, 1'1Xf'l'1ll1V9 Council, fl: Nr-wtonilr, 1. 31. -l. Edi- torial Editor. 4: Nvwloniun Editor-in-rhif-l'. li English Club. 3. 1: Trvusurvr. fl: lli-Y Club, Pl. ROBERT tlEUl1li1f COX 830 Wruluut St.. NPwton Cvnlrv I f-are nal lrhul Ihr lrnrlrl II11'nI:,v,- I IIllI'!' mv uzrn opinions. Hob: Horn April 21. IU11: Svimililivl Klztson: xxUl't'PSlt'l' Tvvlli To swf Iwo puraillol linvs nu-vt: llonor Boll. 1: 'l'l1ril'l Tvllcr 2. 31SllJllllSll Club. sl. HELEN CONDIT 97 Nlorlou St.. Nvwton Cvntrv Shr Imx I-Ulllld Ihu! Ihr' our Ihfny in III1' ll',ll.f"I rsfrve rmfl pu-vs znlvrpsl IS I1 smzlf. Born 0Pltlll0F 2. 1010: Gvrlernlg llusou: Art School: Topaint :md illustratvboolasz Nvwton- ite. 112 Home Evouomics Club, 5:Sm1iorGmdu1u- tion Dress Assembly. 5: Chorus. 1. ELEANOR LENVIS COY TAI 11OIIlf'Sl9Zlfl St.. XVubzm Therffs pmrvrful suggeslinn In u INIIIIP. Coy: Born May 30. 19111 LZlIlQ'llilgf'I New Br-dford High: New lillgllilllll Conservatory of Music: Glee Club. MYRTLE KNIGHT COOPER 665 Grove St., Newton Lows,-r Falls A smile for ezverybodv. Mugs: Born Murvh 15, 1012: Businvssz Hamilton: Chandlefsg To be a lonchf-r: I4Pg1SlZllllY'C, 3, Il: Baseball. 31 Outdoor Concert., 2, 3: Gym Me9t.2:Frvs!un:u1Minslrf-I. ROBERT FOOTMAN CRANE 216 tirovv St.. Auburndnle Surf' ax u jloml, lIllSlllUlIJIl.ll!1, .vll-nuff. lmrnr by lux will. Bob: Horn I-JPt't'I'll1lPI' 10, 10101 Ininguglgvg Burr: M. l. T.: .lunior Yursily Bust-lmll. 31. t. 3: 1ntvrnwdi:xle'. 3. '11, 3: 1Vl2llllt'lllJtlli'S tflub. 21. I. .IOSEPII ARTHUIK COMIER 2312 1Yut0rtown St.. IM-wton AIIOIIIPI' man 11'Im xlmll yn xu'1il'l on Ihr' 1l'IvlljlX of mr. Joe-1 Born Nlurvli lil, 1011: Gwiwznl liusinc-ss: F. A. Day: To bv un aviator: Lum-lnroom Squad. -l-. TWAHY CATIIERINIC CHONIN 315 Clwrry St.. Vtvsl Nvwton IIN' smilr ix ll ,I1l'l-Pllll-ll'llIIll'F. Nluy: Born Sf'lllt'lIllJPK' 20, 1011: Stvno- Eaflplnilxivg Pvircf-1 To bv :n svvrvturyz Conlmc-rviul mmmnnwmn, WWHWI IWWIWHWHWIlI 1 1 1 II 1 'WWVW 2.1 fLJQ.ElE, NE'WTUNI3L1Yf JNMES NYARRI-IN CROSBY 42 Je-romv Ave., XY:-st Newton Il nevdv u man lo dl.V4'I'I'l1 fl man Jim: Rom January 3, l9llg Rusun-ss: Pmrrf-. FRANK I 'UNK A511 R C USIJMNNO 53 F4-nwivk Rd NYaban Thr burning my:-r wives cy' fl Spanish don. Rus, .Horn Ps bruary 26, 1911, Cablnc t, Nlvclianuz .Arts lligb: .Ruston Univvrsityg 'l'o be an Ill'l'llll0K'lllI'1il4'llg1llll'Pl'. GORDON CROVN ELI, .il lNvhoulm-n Rrl., XX .iban Laws arf' no! muflf' for Ihr' goml. Rorn lVlar1'li lil, 10Il: Matlu-matirsx Tabor: lnivffrsity ol' l'4'nnsylvania2 To bc' a g1C'llllf'lllilIl of lvisurt-1 I,1'gislaturc-, -ll FI'0llt'll Club. 33 Junior Varsity lloclat-v fl' I4lIIN'll Squad l- RARRARA MARIE DALION -I8 Ilarvartl Sl Nt-wtonvillo .Szrrel 11 is lo hare uluvrvs :lone Ihr' Hung one uuqlzl. Barb. Rarblf. Rorn iNOXt'lUbt"l' -.l, l0ll, St'll'IlllllK'1 Montclair lligln l"iq-ld llockvy, l. Il. I: Spanish Club Sm-vrs-tary. 43 Gym Mm-t. I, 2, fl, lg lNvvttonil4'. l, 'l1SlDllllISll Club Play. 2. DORA t.l1MMllNt-S llflb Cvutrf' St. Nvwton Ca-ntrv .-l lzlllf' shrzmp, lnlf u laslbv morsvl. Dorav: Rorn Doconllwr lil. 1012: Languagzvg Mason: NYvlla-slvy: To Colne' to svliool bare'- footwlg Class l'rc-sirlvnt, lg Class xVIt't3-l,l"t'Sltll'lll, 12: Class Fivlrl Ilofwkvy, l, 2, 4: Varsity Fir-lrl lloc-key, l, 2, -11 Class Orvlu-stra, 1, 2: l"rf'ovli Club, 33 Drama Club. Il. 43 Drama Club Play, ZZ. 3, Al: Ilonor Sonic-ty, Il. -1: Soc-ial Studie-S Club 4' Nvwtonitv l 'I 'S 1 Ftlitoriil NN ILLIAM Lli DOROTIIX DAY IS 6 Auburn Ter., Auburndalo She hulals n lol qfn11'Srhl'Qffor surf: ll lilllf' pr-rsnn. Dixie-3 Rorn Fnbruary 222, l0l2: Clc-rival: Rurrz 'l'o bv an organist: I4t'g1lSlllllll'f', l: Now- tonian R4-pr4'svnlativ1', 15: Outdoor Conv:-rl 2, 31 Gym R11-ot, I. 2, 33 Commervial Club, 3. Q NION CURRY 22 .Iolm St-, Nvwtou Cc-nlrv llf lurd lvnurf' fhul In lllm ymrdcns lukm his plunruf. Rill: llorn F1-bruary 26. lflllg Rusim-ss: Nason: 'l'o bv a gvntlc-man of lf-isurv: 'lwrallic' Squad, Zig Golf 'l'ournamvnt, ill Luuvbroom Squad, Il. MARK 'ARIIT MPRIIIL Di-:VRAIHSI I5 Chilton l'l., Newton llppvr Falls llr hurl' hmrd Ihr' rliinms al nlirlniqhl. Pvg: Rrorn April Ill, l9ll: Stvnograpliiri Outdoor Convvrt, l, 2, Gym NIM-t, l, 21 Com- llll'I'l'iIll Club 4 ffm 361 Q CLASS UF 12123 CARMINE HENRY DEMICHELE 16 Sullivan AVP., Newton Uppf-r Falls The world is m uch wilh us. DOM1k0: Born February 1. 1012. 11llSlIlf'bS. Emerson: To be a gentle-man of lc-:surf-. JAMFS THOMPSON DLVS IINK. 11 Hillside, Per., NN est Newton The kiss snrilrllvd hnslvv from ll sidling maid. Jim: Born July lil, 1009: Languagzv: Pe-irC02 Art School: Junior Varsity Football: Varsity Squad, Al-L Drama Club, 2, -lg Lunvhroom Squad, 2, -1. HELEN MAY DENTY 232 Auburntlale Avf-.. Auburndalc Uf the soriul, slill, und snziling kind. Dlnty. Born May 6, 1911, St.f'no,Lraplm, Burr: To be a Ste-nograplu-rg Membvr of Imgis- l2i1lll'f', 3: Commffrcial Club, 'lg Outdoor Con- vf-rt. 1, 2. DOROTIIX lx A 1 HRYN DEVS ITI 3"6 Central Qt Auburndulf- A fig for mrr' and ri fig fur uoe. Dooflif-1 Born April 28. 1911: Gr-nnral Auadvmiv: Somerville llighg Bvaver Collvgvg 'l'o tnach Home- livonomicsg Gym Mes-t, 33 Home Economic Club, 11. JOHN FRANCIS DESMOND 51 VVi14lwood Ave., Newtonville Speak for yourself, John. D177 ' Born Fvbrunr 19 l01"' I'1n ua 0- 1-Y, iY-- -141511. F. A. Day: Boston Collr-go: NPW1,0Hl1P. 2, 33 Lunchroom Squad, 33 Front-h Club, JOSEPH DI CARLO 311 B1-1-clmr Pl., Ne-wton Centro Oh mirllz, and ir1noz'en1'c'.' Jo: Born Sf-ptvrnlwr 21. 1909gAutomobilf2: Ilowvng Bonvlli Adams Co. MARIE ALBERTA DEYLIN 309 Langley Rd., Newton flf'Il1I'0 In mu idcll. nzeflilalion, fum'-v free. Mamc: Born Juno 3, 19122: Ste-iiographic-1 lN1aSong Boston Univvrsityg To gvt marria-cl: Class Baseball, 1: 1":Xf'Cll1-lV0 Committve, lg Alpha Beta, 23 Social Studivs. Club, 3. CLAYTON PAUL DICKIGNSON 4160 Lowell Ave., Ne-wtonvillv 11's murh wurnwr Ihan hvre in Georgia lhis year. Clatvg Born Novvmbvr 23. 1911: Languagv: Fulton lligllz Simmons: Tobe a kimlvrgartvn y toavllvr: Girls' Gym Movt, 2,Fr1-nch Club, 4. ,- Lf .mf 1.-.I J, 3.XTlFI'IfYTON'E.fIlTfI wwiw I" ii i U wwwI'liAIIiiIIV111IIIIIU'Ili'iiliwililililliiiiiii MIIIIIH ICR N EST FH ICDIQRIC DI ETZ 27 Iiisllopsgulff Rd., Newton Gvnlrv Snmfl l.ulir r. und less G1'r'1'l:. Iirnivg Iiorn Nova-nlIwr 27. I9II: Lllllglllllgvl Brookline- Ilighi IIIITIHIOIIIIIZ To IN'f'Ullll' u nolvrl brnm SIIPVIIIIISI. 4 I ..-9. IN Bige- IIII-XIII,0'I"I'I'I CII-XIWI-KN INNYGIAS I nn"'Ix St., Nvvxlon II lull rr llI'Il'Nl',IIII'l muirl. mg: Ilorn .0c'loIn-r Ill, IQIIQQ G1-nvrulg Ioxw: II1uIm'l1Ie'cI1 .NI bI':n IgI'Ill, If: Iiaiskvl- I ' ,, ., . ., . . . Imi.. I. -. .11 Lhorns. I. ... .Sz Ilonu- I'.rononm's l.lnIm, I: Son-ml SImIn-Q blob: Ire-:nun-r. I, DUN-KLIJ Fl I.I.I'IIi DINIOCK ITIS Ax lllin ox onnnqr Cir.. AIIINIFIHIQIII' pivrzir' 1l'IIlUIIlldl'. Don: Iiorn .Innv II, 'IOII: Sciuntiliv. I, 22, II: Iinsim-ss. 11: Angivr: Iloslon Univvrsily. I0 I' NUI! IYIAN I"II.-KNIIIS ITUWI rniric AVP.. Auburmlnlv. Sli His IIIISIIIIFSN is plmsnrf',' hix mn:-I: plu-v. llll Ilorn Fe-Irrunry IS. IUIII: Iinsinvssg Burr. .I ICA TN NI'1'I"I'l-I I,l 'C Jullv, IiIlll'l'l'NlI.Il!1 lil! Jnnol: Ilorn 0611 Iiiff-low: SIIIPIII Nor II,LI'I DONNICIILY l00 Pearl St.. Newton lf' PIFPS arf' so rar'-v srv11'1'r'. mba-r 27, IOIUL IIZlllgZllilg!f'1 mail: Nc-wtonilv. 1: Lulii 1. 1 Lluh. 2: Mplm Ile-Ian. I. 2: English Club, II. Ig Outdoor Cone-4-rl. l. II: Gym Mvcl. 1, 2. ITII VI II1' RONALI3 ICINXAIII3 DUNN' zulllunn St., NY:-st IM-vsion :'IIVv hvnrl will Illlllll un' ,lll'fll', lou. :Ii Iiorn 'xllglllYI 6, IOI I: Su-im'l1tiIi1-1 I'n-'Iish IIigIl1 To In- :nn orulor: I.nnr'Isroom FIIIIIIKI, .I. NI -XIIGNIIIYI' ALIC If IJUNUX AIN IIT xYIlSIlIllgIOIl Sl .. INQM lon .11 l'l'l'vX' lu' Xiurggyt Iiorn .1 IIi,g1-Ion: Ifinishing .'1'I oprfr, quivl qirl. Innunry Ii. 1012: I,:nm1i:n,u1': g I loo.: 'I'o disrow-r xxIv:1l I 7 Ham! lo do: Gym Nl:-vl. I. L. 3: IIonor IIoII. I: Claus Barska-IImII, I. 2. Ii, XIIKGIINIA DUN DUI Ward Sl., Nvwlon IVIPIIIH' Amllilion r'r1n'l Im nuulv of NI1'l'Il1'I' slun. Ginny: Ilorn Augnsl 30. IOIl:I.ulig:l1zngl': Lisbon High: Yussur: 'I'o grow lull: I"rc-nvh I.IuIn, 3, I'rvsirI0nl. I: IIonor Sovir-ly. II. AI-1 Gym M1-M. 2. 31 I,1-gislnlllrv. I: Ilonor Iioll. I. 2. II, I: Alpha Gamma 'I':1n. 2: Social Studios Chula. -I-. ' QF 1 92. 9 RU'l'll REGINA DONYLING T0 Nlanwinet Rd.. YVOst Nc-wlon Shi' has il, Ihrrl. and lhusv. Born June 2-14. 191413 Ge-nffralg M. S. M. Seminary: Miss VVlw0l0ck's: To bv a kindrr- R garlf-n tffavhvr: Spanish Club. EMILY SIIERWOOD DIINLEAYY 8-l Ce-nlral Ava., Nc-wtonvillf' Ilf'r1".v Ihr girl wilh Ihr rzllzlwliv numr. Born April 18. 1010: Sr-ionlilicz F. A Day NXisuonsin: Class llnckffy. 2. 3. -1. 5. Captain. 5: Yarsily llovkvy, ZZ, 21, 1, 5. Captain. 53 Class liaskvlball, 2. 31. l-. 5, Captain 3. 5: Varsity Baskf-lball. ZZ. 21. fl 5. Caplain. 51 T4-nnis. 5: Class Bas:-ball, 21, -L. 5: All-Huston llonurary llorkny Twain. ll. 53 Fr:-nvh Club. lp English Club, 5: Nvwlonilv. 3. ll, 3: Gym Me 0 ' ' Fl1ANClS KENNIFF DUANIC 216 llivvr Sl.. WTS! Nvwlun , Spur-1' Ihr' r-ml. Moon: Born Marvh 1 lr. 1011: Langnagv: 1'f'ir1'f': Dartmonlhg To Pwvl in l,alin: .luninr Varsity Football. l: Warsity, 21. -1: lli-Y Club, lg 1nt1'rrnf-dialf- IiZlSf'h2Ill. T13 Trai-k Squad, 21. ISABEI. SIIIRLICY DUNNE N., hl H1-4-vlwr Pl., Nvwlnn Cvnlrv. I lll'I'0l' mf! Il fl'lif'l1ll,Iil'l' prrson. Il: Horn Svplf-lnlwr 22. 10111 Ste-imggrapluii-1 Nlasnn: Miss xYlIl'i'l0l'liiSI To bc- an artist al' nnlv: FI'PSlll111lIl Minslra-1 Show: Cmnnn-rc-ial Club, 11 Sf-niur lflay. 1: 'l'hrifl 'l'f'llvr. 2: liasf-ball. 1: llvalth Club. 1:41111 flour Crmvf-rt. 2: LEON USHURN DUCLUS 161 Alba-niarlv Rd.. Nr-wlnnvillv .Mr-n'x mr'n,' an-nllf' or sinlplr' lhr'-v'1-1' much ry' Il lrzzlrlrrmsx. Dulw: Burn Junv 12. 1011: llnsinvss: English High: To hr' a high ue-nllf-:nan in businvss. Gl'fOliHl'f DIITIIIIC-S'l'I1ACIIAY. .ln. 80 1Yahan llill Hd., Cha-slnul llill ,Viv only books nrr ll'!lIIlI'll'.9 looks 'A I I'I'l'Iflllll.V :lo likv ln sllulv. Univ, D1lll1lP1 Born Uvlnlwr Ill. lfllll l41'lf'llllll1'I Mason: lnlrfrlnvflialv- Ffmllnzull, I. 3 GICURGIC IIUFFMAN DUFFIICLD. Jn. 110 Nlashinplfin Sl.. Nc-wlnn llr' I1 lllvllz llzf' Ilfll, un lhe' luvul. l1lIfl'Z Burn Svplmnln-r 111. 1912: I,angll:1g:1': liign-lmvz l'rinf'e'l0n: .luhns llnpkins' ixl4'fll1'1llf lA',1IlSl2llllf'l'.21liilllll. 2.11: Varsily Urvhz-slra. 21: Math Club. fl: S4'lllUI' Play Culnlnillf-4-. I. l,UlllSI'I ANN lli 17YIll1Slx 21 Flural Sl.. Nvwlnn llighlanals :li " ,f nglll'l'l'.YN will nnvfl lIl'l' l'l'1'I'.V ull:-mpl. 1 . X mi l4UlllSf'I Born July 26. l'lllg C11-rix-a!: ' .Q .3 J Qninvy lligh: To lr-avlig lfnzlish Club, 1. - 0. ' if ' if M 1'wu1vW 'llllllllllwwnl W1 Wlllllllllmmwyyln1 N ww 'fmHmillllyiyiliyin.. "1s:M1jN 'lqyyyglllmwmwlll 'Nw 1'::mwg1w- 1:H'1'm11al11jM , 20 3. THE N31 SVT UN 1111111 1 IRGINIA Vl'lLLE'l"l'E DYSUN 981 llearon Sl.. Nvwlon Cf-nlrc A lmrsfn' my kindgnnz for II horsef Jinny: Born Now-mhvr 30, 1910: Gvnvralz Mason, Boston School of Physival Education: To pass Physivsg Class llaslu-trball, 1. 2: Class llovkey, 3: Gym Mc-Pl, lg Class Soc1'4'r, 33 llomv El'on0mic's Club, -1. RUTH CATHERINE ESTY 927 171-cllnam SL., N4-wton Ccnlro To wnnwn sllenre is lim besl orrmnwnl. Born Ovtober 6, 1011, Suivxltilicg Nlasonz Chorus, lg Sovcevr, -1. AGNES KENT EATON 60 Greenwood Ave., W1-st Nr-wlon Proud we wen' and laughed Thul had Such brave, lrur' lhings lo say. Aggvdyg Born 1VIarch 210, 19113 Suic-nlilia-3 lYint,hrop Junior llighg Simmons, To travel, English Club, 5, Ilome Economic-s Club, 2, 33 Class Basketball, 1, 3. 4. 5, Class llockvy, 1, 3. 1, 51 llonor Hull, 5, llasc-ball, 3, -1: Alpha Gamma Tau, I-. WINIFHED ELIZAHETII EVANS 63 Otis SL.. Newlonvillc- Noi foolish! Nol serious! Jus! u plvuxanl happy. Budd, Born January 28, 1911: Classical, 1. 2, Slvnographiv, 3, 4, F. A. Day, 'l'o know every- thing my tvaulwrs have tried to 11-avh mv, Field llockvy, fl, 4: llaslwlball, fl, -1, llonor Roll, 33 Class Baskvlball, 2, 3, 4, Class llovkvy 3, sl, Class Baseball, 2, 3, 1. lD0l1UTl1Y 1N1Al1GUEH1TE ELLIS 69 Che-rry SI., Wes! N1-wton 1,01 me bu! dance and I 'll be happy. Dot, Horn November 22, 1911, Clvrivalt l'c-irvvg To bv an avialrixg llym M1-vt, l, 2, 31 Fl'l'SllIll1lll lllinslrfrl Show, Outdoor Concnrl, I, 23 11valt.h Club, lg Commvrvial Club, 3. 1l0l1El1'1' ENYINH 331 Lowvll AVP., N1-wlonvillc I go, I fl0,' look limi' I :ml .qIl'l1fll'l' Ihun l1I'I'llIl'fl'IlfIl Tar'luI"S 'lUIl'. Bob: Born F4-bruary 18. 1011: lla-nf'ralg York lligh, lllinois, llnivvrsily ol' Illinois: Football, -1, Travk, -1: 11i-Y, 1-. lll'Illl3l'I11T NVILTOIN ELLNIS 20 Orvhard Avv., X1 aban Of lzvo Pulls, rhoosv Ihr prfllirr. llrampg llorn Fvbruary 233. 1909? S1'l4'lllllll'3 llyrlog M. A. C 3 'l'0 bv a lanrlsc-apr' arm-hilc-Pl: Football, 3, -1: llaske-lball. S13 Trallic Squzul. 2. 3, 4: 1,un1-hroom Squall. ll 'l'ram'k. 21: Chorus, 1, 2, Il, lg Class lgllSf'llilll. 1. 3- lllCl.l'IN PUUIKE l"AYlNGEll 115 xYlllClSUI' lld.. xxllbilll llup aluuu lhfra A ll aparlllr ln hw :Ax P. Born Nova-mbvr 28, 19101 Languagv. 1. 2, 21, sl, S4-ivnliliv, 11 Angie-r: 'l'o be a sm-ond Sarah llvrnhardlz N4'Wll1llll1I1i1I Nlalh Club. fl: l"rr-nvh Club. -l: English Club. 51 Ullllllllll' Conor-rt, 33 Gym Mm-I. l. 2. 3, -lg Svnior Play Commillvv, 53 Allvmlamwf llonor Roll, -1-. l I 105 VVarwick Rd., WVest Newton Cltilijfj OF 1 52 3 ANNA JANE FERRICK 183 lVIelrose St., Auburndale For lhou arl graleful, as becomes fllllll best. Ann: Rom April 6, 1910: Clerical: Rurr: To be a good business woman: Commercial Club, 4: Outdoor Concert, 3: Health Club. 1. CLARISSA BR ACE FISR Il is good lo lengthen lo the Iasl u sunny mood. Claire: Born March 19, 1913: Classical: 1VIaSon: Vassar: Alpha Beta, 2: Alpha Gamma Tau. 2: French Club, 3: English Club, 4: Baseball, 1, 2, 3: Basketball, 1, 2, 3: Class Field Hockey, 2, 3. 4: Honor Roll, 1, 2. 3, 4: Na- tional Honor Society, 3, 4: Drama Club Play, 2: Newtonite, 1. 2, 3. 4, Copy Editor, 4: Charm, 4: Newtonian, 2, 3, 4, Copy Editor, 4. ROGER VVILSON FESSENDEN 50 Auburn St., VVest Newton Behold lhe man who attends lime. Fezzy: Born May 11, 1911: Electrical: Peirce: VVentworth Institution: To be an Electrical Engineer. PAUL FITZPATRICK 4T VVilliston Rd., Aubumdale I remember when dark eloquence flowed from hix lips. Fitzy: Born August 22, 1909: Business: Burr: Notre Dame: To see the world: Traflic Squad, 2. 3: Prize-Speaking.: Contest. 3: Junior Varsity Baseball, 2: Commercial Club: Class 10 Read Ct., Newton Centre Basketball, 2. MILTON IIERMAN FINE 40 Priscilla Rd., Chestnut Ilill He was. indeed. the glass Wherein lhe noble youths did dress themselves. Mike: Born April 10, 1911: Language: Mason: Yale: To graduate: Class Raseball, 1, 2: Track Squad, 1, 2: Alpha Gamma Tau Play, 1: Football. 2, 4: Varsity Indoor Track, 3, 4. 5: Varsity Outdoor Track. 1, 2: Senior Graduation Usher, 4. MARY ELIZABETH PLFCIVNOF Efficiency is merilorious hlay: Rom April 4, 1911: Stenographic: hlasonl Forsyth Dental School: To be a writer: English Club, 4: Girls' Glee Club, 3: Honor Roll. 4. IRVING JESELSOIIN FI NN 2-I Nlayflower Rd., Chestnut Ilill If work 1l'UlI.i. grinning muy. Irv: Born August 1T, 1911: Language: Lawrence, Harvard: To he a stock broker: Varsity Indoor Track, 4. ALEXANDER CHARLES FLETCHER 59 Charlt-shank Rd., Newton Thou art o man of the world. Allie: Born May 23. 1910: Language: Bigelow: Yale: Hi-Y Club. 4. 5, Secretary, 5: Hockey, -1, 5: Baseball, 3, 4. 5, captain, 5: Intermediate Football, 5: Alpha Reta, 1: English Club. 3: Ilonor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4. I THE EFIEQTSNTEJOIFIIAN l ull 'ffl ll. HOBICRT' HURLEY FLYNN , I5 Clifl,Pf St., Nnwtonvillc Ervrry num xlumps his value on hin1w'lf'. Dov: Born May 2. I9l I 1 Business: F. A. Day: l'0 be an vxpr-rl Zll'4'0lllllHlllQ l4llIlf'lll'00l'!l Squad. -lg Senior Play Usher. ll. RUTH NIARIIC FRANK 022 Washburn AVP., Auburnrlalv Nofhing l'IIdIll'PS bu! personal qzlulilics. llutliyg Born February I8, I'-HQ: Clvrical: Burr: To L1-aollg Gym Me-Pl. 1: Commercial Club, 4. C A H L l'ILLIOT'l' FOI! ES 22 W'arr0n Avo., NYM! Nvwlun H0 .vpmkx nal, bul whul lzvwl? Ile Iighfx lhv uw-v. .lunyz Born S1-plonlbvr 24, 1911: Elf-clrival: l'virvf': ixv1'lllVVOI'lllZ To be an vlvvtriczll vn- ,uinvf-r3 Stage Managvr, 4. GYVENDOLYN FHlfDl'Il'ilCKSON 80 Norxxoml AVP., Na-wtonwillv I2'l'l'I' rmrlv as a frivml. flniny kind Ihinyx nvilhnul mul. Gwvng Born April 8. 1911: SU-nogra nhicg F. A. Day: To bf- a fora-st. ranger: Outdoor doncert. 31 Class Bawhall. 3. '11 Fic-ld llovlwy, Zig Ilonflr Hull, 3: Cornmvrcial Club, 33 Thrill Teller. 3: Gym Mvvl. -l. DORIS lCl7l'l'll F0flXYll.l. lT Davis Ava-.. NYf'sl Nc-wlon If I rnulfl lull firms all rlubv und vlrmrr' all nfyhl. Vljilll Horn Nlay 5. lflllg Slf'Il02I'1lllllll'T Nalivk lliglr: To ln' a nursr-1 Gym N101-I, lg Ouhluur Chorus, Il: lllillll' l'14'UllUIlll4'S lllay. l. LIN UA l'Il,lZ,NlSl-I'l'll Flilil'IN'l .UN l Ware- lhl.. Nulmrmlalv Um-lr run fu' xuffl on hull: xiflvx. Nlivk yn llurn .luly lh. H1081 H1-n1'ral:Urcllarcl Srlmul: llllivvrsil ol' Clrivauui 'I'o lu' a -'lubu y 1- Irollvr and axialrix: li:wke-llrall. l: Uulmloor Coll:-4-l'I. 2. IS, l: Gym xl!-fl, l. 2, 3, l. S,NllvNll RICKY l"UIiSYl'II 80 fil'2lSllH'I'l' SI .. Nun lon Q1 lorwlv luzlv y.'1rln1'nl1'1l in lifllll. llc-ay: Born .April T. lfJl2: fil'IN'l'2ll- 2., Il. l: f.l:issx1'al. li lllg'4'lUVVf Yllss W In-4-lo:-k sg lo lu' 2llillHll'l'51ilIil1'Il Ia-zu-lu-ri llomv l'lvonullm's fflulr. I: llnnor Roll. 2. fl: Sovial Slutlu-s Clulr. l. LILLIAN Nl.lCl'1 Flll.l,l'Ill Ol liiplvy Sl., N1-wlon C4-nlrv .'1ll mlm joy wnulrl ll'l.Il IIIIISI xlzurr' il, Xl: llorn .luly l0. lfllll Slvnograpluicg Nlasun: 'l'o bu a ml0ll's oyvs make-r: Alll'llllZlIlK70 llrovlor. l: 'l'hril'I 'l'4-llvr. l. ZZ. -3.3 I- 3 2 CLASS OF 1929 .IOIIN M,iffDoNALD GARDNER 181 Langley Rd., Newton Centre ll'r11'. he sung. is loil and lrouble. ggi, Jack: Born August 20. 1011: Matin-inatiesg l - fi Mason: West Point: Math Club, 2, Il: Class 'L -' if Basketball. 2: Intermediate Football, 33 2-5 f Varsity Football. 4: Tralliv Squad, fl.: lIi-Y l f r-Vi , Club, 4: Legislature. l. 1 I ' 1- liifxl x L I f 2, if" 'f .,,' , ' 'i v 3' RUTII LOUISE GEYER 1" :'l 1658 Centre Sl.. Newton Highlanrls Y 'N C fill lhf' liyfhl,funlusli1- foe. ' 'I li: Born September 30, 1911: General. 1. 2: .,..l:.:. Q i n 1': 'I Stenographie. 3, -I: Ilycleg Commr-rr-ial Club, Il. " ,Q X RICHARD LANGWORTHY GARDNER 213 Hunnewell Ter.. Newton A careless song, wilh a lilfle nonsense in il now and lhen. does nol misbecome him. Dick: Born June 29, 1911: Scientific: Rigo- low: Boston University: Hi-Y Club, 4. 5: Lunchroom Squad, 55 Junior Varsity Base- ball, 33 Intermediate Football, 4: Varsity, 5: Varsity Hockey 4, 5: Honor Roll, 5. RICHARD CABOT GIBBS 257 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands I um one of llzqse gcnlle ones who will Ireul the devil himself with courtesy. Dick: Rorn February 3. 1912, Language: Hyde: Williams: Indoor Track, 3, 4: Outdoor Track, 3, 4, Varsity Orchestra, 2, 3: Class Orchestra, 2: Class Executive Committee, 2: Hi-Y Club, 4. SOPHIE MADELINE GENEVIEZ 1489 Centre St.. Newton Highlands The memory of lhis fair larlv shall linger long. Trix: Born October 15, 1911: Stenographicg Whitman High: To teach business English: English Club, 4, Chorus, 3, 4: National Honor Society, 4. ELIZABETH ANN GILES 148 Warren St., Newton Centre Faint laughler around. Libby: Born April 3. 1911: Clerical: Mason: Boston University: To be a social worker: Senior playg Legislature, 3. HELEN JOSEPHINE GENTILE 430 Watertown St.. Newton Happy as rx clam al high lidr. Lena: Bom February 11, 19113 Cleriealg Our Lady's: To be an ofliee clerk: Outdoor Convert, 1, 31 Health Club, 1: Chorus, I, 3: Minstrel Show, l. EDVVARD GILLI 4-39 Washington St., Newton fits ll il'klllIl71l' lells his lille. Stretvh: Rorn October 0. 1910, Vocational: Somerville .Iunior High: To be a cabinet maker: Freshman Play: LIIIIITIIFUUIII Squad: Chorus. I. 2, 3, -lg Track, 1: .IuniorVarsily Football. 2. llllll I1111111111111111111111111111111111111l1llllll1llllll!tlt11111111111111111111ll'lil1lllllllllllllll"ll111111111111 1l1111111ll.11111l111111111111111'15fl1111111 11111l11 l11 1 l1lfllllllllllII1111 111 111 111111111llTlllllllllll'l Wlllll' 1 1 ililli W1 it , lala li 1 -si 1 Hi 'VJ ul-D U 2913 iNETS?E7'f QNIAN .IOSI'II'II DILLUN GILLIGAN IOI Madison Aw-.. Nvwlonvillv .fl n olhlclr' and ll lIIllHUI'ISI. Y .Ioog Ilorn April 30, IOIU: I.ang:uag5v: I". A, Day: Ilarvarflz I,f'L!ISI!lllIH'. 2: Inlorrnc-clialv Football. 2: I. 5. Xarsily I"ooIbaII. 3. I. 53 Ilzwkvy. NIAIISIIAI. llf- ICIIPII' RlVI'II I'II.0lSI'I GOODI I0 Wasblnirn Sl.. Nc-wlon So Hgh! offool, so liglzl of xpirif. Gooflyiv Horn January IT. IQIZI: Slvno ilrillllllfl It A. Day: INormaIg To bv a kinds-r Jlilflvll Il'il1'IN'l'Z Svnior Play IIOIIIIIIIIIPP, I: Class Ilaskvlball, 25 Gym Moot. 2. 3. I, ATWOUD GIAZIICR ZSGT xxiilllllillll St.. NVQ-st Nc-wlon lzinzsvif fo xing. build Ihr Il'IiHxV l',1,VlIIl'. nnzl ruprv' !lPll!'l'llIl,V. Doi-3 Born Ang:usL IIT, I900g S1-ivlllilivg P4'irct': II. S , Air Corps: Nfrwlonilv. 31 Lunvh- room Squad. 21, 33 Class Orvllvstra, 21 'I'ra1'k fslu-r Svnior Graduation, 3: Drama .Iub, I. .mg PI Squad. 2: I 1. - Play, 5. ay, 33 Lvgislalurv. 51 S4-nior MAIIG:NIII'I'l' ICLIZABICTII GOUDWIN 21 Chandler PI., Nnwlon Uppvr Falls HPI' hvurl and hand lmlh open and ImlhfI'1'f'. Pvg: Born Uvlobvr IT, I9l0g Gs-nvral, I. 2, 3: Iiusina-ss, -I, 5: Iimvrson: 'I'o bv an oflim- 1-Ia-rk Alpha Ilvla. I: Ouldoor Convvrl. 2: Gym Noel. I. 2: GI1-4' Club. I. 12. HDV AIID Tukr' 140' ,x LAW RIQINCIC GLICAFOIN 223 Mvlrosv Sl., Auburnclalv four hu! lo Ihr' lnun who minds his own ln1.vim'x.v. Bud: Horn July III. IOIU: ICI:-vlrivalg Iiurrg M I 'I' 'I'ob maluliif uI1 ' fr PI ' " ' 'Z 'IIQJIIIP' . .IOIIN IIICNIIY GORDON. Jn. ISIS! Auburndalu Avo.. Auburndalf- I kllllll' u lrick 1l'Ul'l,l Iwo :J llml. Ilorn Oclobvrill, I9lI: INIalIlvnlalir's: Ilurr: Bowdoin: Iloys' Svimlvv Club. I: Alpha lima. I: Ilonor IIoII, lg 'I'raIIic Squad. 33. GR .M I IG IA l'I"I'A GOD W I N 272 Lake Avo., Nowlon Ilighlands .fl d!lllflll'l'l' of lhe gods. and mos! dirilwlv Iwo ul :ful . Goddiv: Born Nlarch 24. I9I2: Clasrival. I. 7 f' Gr-nvral. Z.. 5 I. I-1 IIy1If'gSall Diego State Iolleg : To bf' a :If-signvrz English Club. 15. I: Ilomv T Iiconornivs I Ilub. 2: Ilonor Holl. Z., 3. I: Legis- IIlIllI'l',.'I-1 Gym Mvvt.. I: Iinglish Club Play Cllllllllll lm-. .L IVILLIAM IIRADFURD GONIC 66 Alban Hd., Waban A bold bod 'nr1n.' Brad: Born Marrh I. lflllg Lznlguagc-: Angicrz AIIIIIPYSIL To do library work: Drama Club. 3, -1-, 53 Newtonilo, News Editor. I1 Business Manager. 53 Senior Play Com- mittee, 5. Ill 4 1 A CLASS DF 1.929 MARION THERESA GRAIIAM 585 Centre St.. Newton She is genllr' that dulh gentle deeds. Min: Born June I-. l9l2: Language. Bigelow: Vesper George: To be an interior decorator on Pullman airplanes: Newtonile, I: Lunclnroom Squad, 3: Gyln Meet, I, 2, 3. IRENE MA RTIIA GRIFFIN I3 Tarlelon Rd., Newton Centre Your hands, my dear, adorable. Rene: Born November 23, 1909: General: Lass-Il Seminary: Candy Committee, Senior Play: Home Eeonomies Club, 1. Vice-llresidenl. 3. CATHERINE NIARY ANNE GRAY 16-10 Centre St., Newton Ilighlands Silenl, but none the less e.1'prr'xsi1'e. Kay: Born November 10, 1911: Sr-ientitie: Ilydez Boston Teachers' College: Ns-wtonite, I, 2: Class Basketball team. I, 2, -I.: Outdoor Chorus, 1, 2: Gym Meet., 2, 3, -lt. EDWARD FRANK GRINSPOON 139 Adams Ave., West Newton Nfllure ne'el' mean! her' serrelx Io be found, And man's a riddle mun cun'l e.rp0und. Eddy: Born September 23, 1900: Business: Peirce: Suffolk Law School: Tratlic Squad, I 2, 3. 4: Lunehroom Squad, 2, 3. -1: English Club Play, 13 Soeial Studies Club. 44: Thrift Teller, 2, 3. IIARRIET PUTNAM GRAY 1590 Centre St., Newton Highlands Speer-h is llze inde.r of the mind. Born January 23,8 1912: Language: llydeg Wheaton: To exeel m sornetlnng: Newtomte. Il. I: Gym Meet, I, 2: Basketball, 1, 2. WILIIELMINA GUIRY 60 Colbert, Rd., West Newton Haste thee, Nvrnph, and In-ing with Ihre Jes! and youthful Jollilhv. Billie: Born April 21, 1912: Scientific: Peirce: To go on the stage: French Club, I: Spanish Club, 3: Outdoor Concert, 2, 31 Girls' Gym Meet, 1, 2. MARION GREENE 1038 Centre St., Newton Centre Sludious is hardly the word: il lurks lhe proper l.lll!'fl.Sif-V. Born March 12. 1011: Language: Mason: Denison University: Alpha Beta, I: French Club, 2: Newtonite, l, 2: Chorus, 1, 2, 31 Class Orchestra. l. 2, 3: Varsity Orchestra. 3. 4-. THERESA FRANCES GIIZZI Ill Oak Ave., Wlesl, Newton No anger find in thee, but pily and lrulh. Tess: Born October 24-, 1010: General: llc-iree: Perry Kindergarten: llome l':t'0IlOIlllt'S Club, -I-. 1 I 1WWll1IW1NU1ll1HUINU1WIllIUHWIllIWHUWHWl!V"'U"UWH 1 lNIWIIIVVW'Nutt' llltl' I tlltt WW ,MV Ili THE NE' WT DNIAN II ILL1"k'XI II,XItUl.lD IIAI IN ES ll lliplf-y Sl., Nvvxlon tfvnlrv .-111 Vllllj' do lrhnl has by num firm: rlunrf Iiillg liorn Now-mba-r III, 1910: llusins-ss: Mason: Boston l niw-rsity: Iivyislaturv. I1 ilillrifti 'Fa-111-r, 11 llonor lloll, 2. Ill Now- lonitc-, 21: llusinf-ss N'l1lIlilgll'1'.Sl'll10I' Play:Sovial Sluwlivs tflub. l1'lII'Ill1ll'StlIl2lll, IS. IIAIIULII A'l'KlNSUN IIA Nl 812 NN alvrtoxxn St., IM-sl Ne-xxton I haw' .vprnl mv Iliff' fr1l1ul'iul1sly. Ilarryz Born INUVl'IlllN'I' 20, 10103 Language-3 Boston Latin: licwuloin: llonor lloll. 21 Junior I arsily llascball, ill I arsily Iiaskvlball, 2. 3, I1 .Iunior Varsity Football. SI: I arsity Football. It Uulfloor 'Frau-k. Il, 1: Indoor iliravk, 1. PAUL SMITII IIALIC bl- Farwvll Sl., Nativl-Q i'l1mlf'sl in I1 ix l'l'Il'l'l'lIIl'Ill. Born Nlarvln 16, 10121 Gabim-tc fN'1w'lianfic' Arts Iliglug To do vzibinvt work. FIIICDICHICK FRANCIS IIANLICY T9 JL-wt-It St., Newton Lord ry' hlmsvlf. Frmltlivi Born August 16, 19163 Ilusinf-ssl Bigelowg Boston University. BENJAMIN MILTON IIALL, Jn. 4-1 Central Ave., Ncwtonvillv 1.0! all lhings have lhvir p1a1'P,' and bllSl'lll'.VS ils limf. Bc-ng Born November 18, 19I0g Businc-ssg F. A. Dayg To go into business. l ISLIZABETII IIANSCOM 24 'l'urnc-r St., Nm-wtonville Il is Ihre, quiel workrr. wlm .wizf-rwvls. Betty: Ilorn Novombur 25, 1010: Srif-ntiliu: F. A. Day: Boston linivz-rsity: Na-wtonitf-, 2. 3. 41 Glass Iiaskvlball, 3, I: Class llovlu-y, 2. -1: Outdoor Concert, lg Se-nior Chorus, I: Gym Nlvut, 2, 3, tl. ICLIZA B ICTII Sl I A'1"I' UC K IIA NI 121 VVindsor Ilrl.. 11 aban Um' will: Ihr' gran' lu blush. Libby: Ilorn Uvtobvr 26, 1010: G1-na-rali Angir-r1 Katlu-rinv Gibbs: 'l'o bv a sf-vonrl Nl1N'l1IH'V0ll1 Gym NIM-I. 1, 3: Uulrloor Ifon- vs-rt, fl, -lt Nvwlonilv, -ll, 51 llthllll' l':K'0ll0lIllI'S Club. 5: Lum'llrooln Squad. I. 1'IYI'fI.Y N Y 1511 A IIA NSCOM 1 3.11 Grow- SI., TM-wton Lowvr Falls Tlml rmlslfvjfullv NUIIUVOIIS mire slrikrs flrplhs um'0nceu'Prl. Dutvllia-, Iivt-1 Born August 9, 1010: Cla-rival: Illllllllllllll To lost' a nir-knamv: Senior Play 1 Commiltvv, -I: II0llllIll'l'l'IZll Club. -1: Outdoor Conn-rt. 2. flfm J' '. " " 'r- - r- r QLA55 U! Lazy JOHN JAMES HABMAN, Jn. 12 Glenwood Ave.. Newton Centre To build is lhe rzoblexl of all llzf' arls. Jack: Born November 12. 1911: Nlathe- maties: Mason: M. I. T.: To be an architevt: Track, 1. 2: President, Aviation Club. 1: Usher Senior Play, 4: Newtonian, 4. CARL IIARTWICH IT Keefe Ave., Newton Upper Falls ll'lzrn in doubt, do as you wish. Cal: Born March 13, 19129 Stenograpbicg Emerson: Undecided. DANIEL OSGOOD HABRINGTON 53 Court St., Newtonville She ll'llSff1ll"-ilfld my passion began. Hecker: Born November 16, 1910: Business: F A. Day: Boston University: Football, 2, 3, 4: Hockey, 3, 4-: Captain, 4: Legislature, 2, 3, 41: Social Studies Club, 3: Hi-Y Club, 3, 4: Chair- man Boys' Athletics Board, 4. JOHN CLELAND HABVELL 180 Carlton Bd., VVaban Ile would be a masler If he sluflied more, Jaek: Born January 42 19l2:'lVIathemat.ies: Angler: University of Maine: Aviation Club. 1: Iiunehroom Squad, 3. ELIZABETH IIABBINGTON 53 Court St.. Newtonville Her life has many a hope and aim. Harri: Born Mareh 15. 1912: Language: F. A. Day: Radelilie: To teach: Class Field Iloekey, 2, tl. Nlanager, 3, Captain, 41 Varsity Field Hockey, 3, 41: Class Basketball. 2, 3, Captain, 2, 3: Alpha Gamma Tau, 2, 213 English Club. 41: Legislature, 2. MARX? MCMILLAN HARVEY 125 Carlisle St., Newton Centre And a Ihousand ways irlrenl, Tofeerl herhloolrsh humor. Born November IT. 1911: Stenograpllieg lklasoni To be an aviatriv: Alpha Beta, 1, 23 Class Basketball, 3, 1: Varsity Basketball. 25' English Club. 4: Outdoor Convert, 2. NORMAN EDWIN HARRIS ol- Vkarren St., Newton Centre For manners are lhefruil Qf loyal nulure and of noble mind. Bed: Born June 1, 1010: Mathernaties: Mason: M. I. T.: To be an engineer: Drama Club. tl. 5: Tennis Team, 2, 3, Al, 5: Freneh Club. -I: English Club. 32 Newtonite. 3. 4. 5: Ili-Y Club. I. 5: Senior Play Committee, 5: Legisla- ture, 4, 5: Basketball, 3, 11. 5. VIRGINIA N EWIIALL IIATCII 258 Prince Sl., West New ton A n alhlele has power inburn and lhe rouruge lo rarr-v on. Ginnie: Born February 26, 1912: Language! Peirce: Smith: To be a buyer: Class Hoekey, l. L 5. Captain. -I: Class Basketball, 3. Captain. I: French Club, -lt: Lunehroom Squad, 4. Spanish Club. Treasurer. 5: Legislature. AI: Varsity Iloekey, I. 5: Tennis Team. el, Captain. D THE NET SfVT"DTIIA1I5I ANNA I'Alili IIAX HN IST ArYllN'lll'Sl0l' lid., Nvwlon li:-fny lll'V'N1'U,, lhrw' limes nmrl' noble Ihun llll'I'l' .w-orv nufn. v l'c'zmnI: llorn Augusl l, l9ll: IAIHHIIIIMPZ l' A Du H lhll: N . aj: at 1" '-3 To hc' a doctor: few- lonila-, 2. Il: S1-nior l'lay. -I-. l'ILlfAl5l'I'l'll lll'1NlllCll NDT C1-ntral St.. Auhurndale A klllllljllfl lass llilh ll nmxl ll'iIlSOIIl!' xmilr. lihhy: Born Nov:-mlwr 227, l0ll: tilassival- llurr: Ml. llolyokr-1 Alpha llvla, 1. 2: Alpha Gamma 'l'au, 2: lingglish lllnh, 3: Social Studios Club. li llonor lloll. l. 21 Uulrloor lfonm-rl. 2: lN1'VYlUlllilIl. 2. lfll A NCIS NIUHSIC IIAYICN lill Auh I0 W luilorml lm-r., XX nllham ,-lm I s1'1'inglzlnuhfrf' l rannivz Horn lf:-hruary III. l9l lg X ovalional: unohilv: Nyillllllllll Norlh Junior lliggh: Aviation Training Srhool: 'llo lu' an axialion nluvlxaum-. LOUIS lll'INliN Ill Dale SI.. NN.1llh.un Ill' xr-r'rn.w so nmr and WI sn hr. Amps. llillll .lanuary 23, l9l-, l'.lf'1'lru'al. Norlh Junior lligh, xxillllliilll. l'lll'IDl'IlllClx Llili llANl'INl'IR l"r4 I0 Vl lnllorml lf-r., Vlallham lql'I'l'Ilfl rluulzlff' -zlcliv: liorn Fc-hruary 21. 1011: Yovalional: Aulolnolrllv: V allhanl Norlh Junior lli rh: . , . . . P lo go mln 2lVl1lllUll. CA'l'lllCRlNl'I TIIICHICSA lllClll,lllY T21 Vlatvrlown Sl., Newtonvillu f1"ll'f'I:fllIlll'SS is un lllllilllllf' Il'l'llkIl!'SN. Kay: llorn January 28. 19121 Sll'Il0gII'llplIlf'1 F. A. Day: To he a private' se-vrvlary: Gym Nl:-vt Il: Uutdoor Convvrt. 2 Il' Base-hall 3: mms Ft ml 1 luh. MARY M WAR l llllli lll'.Nl,l',Y 2207! NYasl1lnglon SI., Nvwton Lowrfr Falls Hv llmsf' ll'l'l-flhf-V 'unix' 1l1'.w'lnsf'rl ll lhinking mind. Sn owhirzlg Born April 30, l0ll1 Cl:-rival: llnrr. JANE lll'ILliNl'I IIICHMANN I05 Tyla-r 'l'vr., Nvwton Cvnlrv A laughing. gay maid Qf xuwvl si.rlr'1'n. llorn Ij1'K'l'llllN'l' fl-, 1012: l,aIlg:uag0: Nlason: limlvlilll-1 To own a var: Alpha Beta. l. 2: Alpha Gamma Tau, 2: Ilonor Roll, lg Outdoor fl0lll'l'l'l. 2. 31 Gym MQHPI, l. 2, 3: linglish Club. Il. Il: National llonor Society, 3. 4: Urangrf Hook, IS, lg Newtonian, 2. 3, fl: Now- S ' l ' 'l lf L' v lonllv, , L, .. . 38 CLASS DF 192 9 MARGARET NATAL1191 11ERBIlNG'1'ON 151 llanrllfit Pk., NVI'SllNl'NN1'11l Krmwlvdyr- romrnw, bu! wisdorn IIDIIIIPIW. w 1 W Pvgg Born, July 2.02 1 112.3 S1E'llflg1'i1p1l1l'1 Burr: 1"i0rc'a SPl'I'f'11U'1tl1 Srllool: To hu 11 privatv sewrf'f.ary: SOFIZI1 Studie-s Club. CLYDE YINT ICVICLYN CHASE HUAG 122 Cf-driv Bd., Newton Cvntrfw Thr' Iam 0fy1r'm'f' her longllv hnfh lC'lll'l1f'fl. live: Born .1u1y 18, 19111 Ge-nf-ral: 1V1as1n3 Leland Powvrsg To art: Baskf-tball, 1, 23 Nvwtonilv, 23 Outdoor Conn-rl. 1. 2. fl: Drama Club, -1: Home lirwonomie-s Club. 11: Drama Club Play C1ilHlI'l111f'f'. 11: Svnior Girls'1-lr:-ss Assembly, Senior 'l1211f'll1l Assf-nibly. UN IIICKS 187 AustinS1.. Nriwtonvillv Slrrcl Robin. bring lo mf' mtv Ima' For I Il'IIllffIIl01U u-xhonhnq yn. llir-ksiez Born July 22, 10103 Businvssg F. A. Day, Boston Univvrsity: To bv an aviator: Baskvtball, 2: Trallic' Squad, ZS, 11: 1.unf'h- r mom Squad, 2. 3 rl-: Varsity Glue Club, gl Svnior 1 lay. 11-3 Building lllanagf-r Nvwlonian. 11. ELEANOR HUDGES 103 VVaban Pk.. Ns-wton M1-l'Ih is rrmrn pulrnl llmn pozrrv-. Nora: Born April 221. 10121 Classical: Bigf-lowg Jackson: Outdoor C10Il1'f'f1f. 2, 3: Baskfflball, 1, 2, C13 Gym MPM. 1, 2, 3. TIIELMA LENORA HIGGINS 12 Lincoln St.. Newton Highlands Grrul sense and good nnlurr' arf' nrrw' SPpIlI'fllT'l,. Thelg Born Sf-ptembvr 12, 1911: Slvno- graphicg Hyde: To he a private secretary, Alpha Beta. 1, 21 Commervial Club. 11: Outdoor Convr-rt . PHYLLIS LORRAINE IIOLDEB 18 Claflin Pl., Ns-wtonville If musir be Ihr' foorl Qf love, plu-v on. Phil: Born Juno 11, 1911: Gene-ral: VVallliam High: Newton Hospital: To bf' a nurse: Clase f1I'C1lf'S1I'3. 2, 3, 414: Varsity Urclwstra, 3, f-1: Honor Roll. 2, 3. 4: Social Studi:-s Club, 4-. JOHN MAYNAHD HITCHCOCK 4-7 Paul St.. Newton Centre Pmple lzelieve in 0 man wilh u program. llilvh ' Born Au int 26 1911- 1VI"Il11PIIl'll1l'i' y, g L 1- . . - 1 f .. Ft. Leavenworth. Kansas: lV1. 1. T., Alpha Gamma Tau. 2: French Club, 33 19Idi1or-in- r-hie1Orange Book, 31 National llonor Soi-if-ty. 11, 4: Manager Basketball. 3. 43 SOIl10I' Play, 1113 Drama Club. 4: 11'l'f'S1f1l'Il1f Spanish Club. A1-: lV1anaging Editor Nvwtonilv, 1: llusinf-ss Manage-r Newtonian, 11: WILBUR FRANFIS 1101 l11AN 239 xVf'1'lSll'I' Sl., VV:-st N1-wion A s rnild u man us vrrr srzzlllml II 8,1111 Ur ru! fl lhrmll. Whip: Born Sr-plvnibr-r ll. 1911. 111151111 Na. 1'f'irvv: Boston llnivvrsily: Trallir- Squad. 31 Chorus. 2, 3: lnle-rm:-rliatv Football, il. A! .10 'xx THB NE' SfViFD1Y11A1YI l'll1l,l.lS ANITA IIULMAN Il lallvlll lid.. lN4wtonullc- Tlwn' is. u xunnuv yurtlvn in Iwi' fare ll"1l'Vl' roxvx uml Illll'S grow. l'bil1 llorn August, I0, 10113 Language: Angu-rg 1111s-along lungllsll Club, -lg liaskvlball, 2: Gym N14-4-L 1, 33 llonor lioll, 1, 2. PRISCILLA IIUIISUN I5 Ashton Avv.. 1X4-wton Cvntrc' I Il uulal llml my lunguf' could ull: r The lhouglllls Ihul arise in mf. Prissyg Born April 3. 1911: Finn- Arlsg Alasonl Musvum Schoolg English Club. I. l',l.lLAli1'. l ll 1101.111 lub -I-l 1"rt'dvri4'k St. N1-wtonvillc .Iusl so you dun I .vu-v Illll lll1l'l1AVS a ynml. Sl'lISl.Iill' ylrll y. n NOXtll11NI" -1 , lligvlowg EN:-w England Const-rvatoryg English Club. lg llovkvy Squad, 21, 1: Basketball. 1. l1ll'l'll LINCOLN lllVN'l'l!Ntl 0 -8 Champa St., Newton llppcr Falls IIclp.' I'n1xlar1'c'dl liulhin-2 Born January 30. 1010: l11'll1'l'2llI llydt-1 M1-La-an llospital: To be' a nurse-. tiUl1DON ALLEN lltDl'lx 1 NS 9 Applvggarlh Sl.. N1-wton Cvntrc- .fl Iilllf' 1'III'I'V-IlClllll'l1 Illllillllll rI1i.vz'Iziqf nmlllcffuv, Ion, llop: Horn Ot-tobvr 220, 10113 llusinvssg Mason: Nortbvaslvrng 'l'o bv an avtorl Rod Cross Floor .lNl2lIl1lgt'I', 1: Alt:-ndanvr' l'roc'tor. I: llaud, 2. 33 Class Urvlwslra. 3: l.lllll'llI'0UIIl Squad, 33 Tralliv Squad. 21: Lvgislaturv, tg N1-xxlonilv llonu- Hoom Managgt-r. -1. ICLICANUHA Ill.?'l'C11l1NSUN 60 Allvrlon lld.. Nvwton lligblands ,Alnrl llwn xhr' will Iulk. Yr' ymIs.' hnu' shf' will lulk,' Nora: liorn lNovc-mlwr 15, 10121 Classival: 11ydvg Smith Collvggvg To 1301111110 a ct-rlitivd publit'at-rounlantz Alpha 13:-ta, l, 21 Alpha Gamma 'l'au. 2: Basketball. 2: linglisb Club. Il. -I: llonor lloll, l. 23 N1-wtonitv, I, 2, 3. Al.1Cl'l l.0U1Slf 1l0l1l11f1AN 391 Linwood Avo.. Nvwtonvillc- 11 Imrf' sporlx urn, llu-rw um I also. Lou: Horn 1vl1lI'l'll 18. 19103 G1-nr-ral: F. A. Dayg lioston Sobool ol'l'llysll'al1'1dut'alionZ Class liaskctball. 2. fl. ll. Captain. 33 1'ilFSlly llaskvtball, ZZ. 21. lllanagvr, 1: Class llasvball. 11, Ii. lt, Captain. 1: llomo 1'1c'onolnit's Club. 1. Ll'.0lN A1111 f.11A11l.l'.h 1lNt,llA M 16 f.otla,1,r St.. lN1 wton Uppe r Falls I.:-I rm' Illll'l' mrn ulmul me lhul ure' ful. Lvn: Born January 18. 1912: l'Il0t'lri4-illyl lima-rson: Vlvntwortbz Football. 1: .lunlor 1 arsity Football. 2: llll1'FlllPt112llP Football, 21. I. HQ CLASS OF 1 92. 3 ROBERT INGIIANI 239 Eliot St.. Newton Upper Falls The u'r'll dresxwl man ullrm-Is conznmmlnml upprnbal in n . Bob: Born November 30, 1911: Yovational: Emerson: Nortlwastvrn: To be always well- dressvdz Intermvdiatv Football, 3. -I. ALICE ELIZABETH JAMES 66 Court St.. lxf'VVl0llVl11t' A S1l'PPl,V0lllIfI th ing. Jimmie-. Born August 220. 1911: Ste-nographic: F. A. Day: To go to China and bf- a missionary: Gym Moot. 2. 213 Outdoor Convert. 2. RITTII ELINOR IRWIN 161 Lovwll Auf.. lNPVNl0IlNlllP 117-vulhevl .vm iles Tha! lore lo live in dimples sleek. Rufus: Born October 10, 1909: Scif-ntitir: F. A. Day: lfniversity of Mainrfg To own and sail a sail boat. IIAROLD YYILLARD JONES 271 Xlelrosf' St., Auburndale Om' of lhv few, the immnrlal nantes lhnl wen' nol born In die. 1Ial: Born Derffmber 8. 19101 Iiusiuf-ss: C. C Burr: To be a sports promotor: First Prizv. Safety Slogan Conti-st. 1: Class Foot- ball. 1: Varsity, 2. 43 Drama Club Play, 2: Drama Club. 3: lxllillfigffl' Indoor Track. -L: SPIIIOI' Play: Lunchroom Squad. 4: Newtonian Stall. 1-: Outdoor Concert, 3: Legislature, 1. NORMAN IIENDRY JACK 165T Centre St... New ton Highlands Thr' 11nf'.rpressi1'e he. Norm: Born July 11, 19123 Language: Cf-ntral Iligzh. Springfield: YVesleyan: To bv a banker. IIELEN DORIS .ION ES 2T Eddy St., Wvffst Newton Lively and gossiping and ll Spin' of mirth, lun. Past: Born Fvbruary 5. 1012: Language. 1. 2. 3. Scientific. 1: F. A. Day: Old Colony Svhool ol' Sevrvtarial Science: Second Varsity Baskfft- ball. 3: Intvrclass Basketball. 2. 3. tl: Class Iiasf-ball, 3. 4: Girls' Gym Mm-t, 3. l-I Library Club. fl: Sovial Studias Club. -1: IIonor Roll. 1: Nvwtonitv, 2. 3, fl: Lvgislaturv. 1. NIARIAN Lli'l'I'I'IA JACKSON 28 Randlvtt Pk.. Vlivst News ton I,aughlw- lriz-klvs round her mm. Stsve. Born Nlay ...L 1011. f.lasSu.1l. It A. Day: Mt. llolyokv: To bf- a buys-r. IIELEN NIAE JON ES 209 Cvntrv Sl.. New ton I wunl In bo mmghlhv and-vel be nice. Def-dvr-1 Born Juno 12. 1011: Stonographirg Big:-low. I I .r-LJ HE, N EFSIVT QM IAN I,l Ll .KN .HMS I-I'l"l' 112 Col Inge- Sl .. N1-sxlou l'ppz-r lfullw I1:'rrv ll'l1,v" ,Ill-V u Ull'lIl'l'I'l1f1l'I'u umlslu' swrks fl fn hw' hook. -l,il: Born D4-v4-nllu-r ISI. IOI I: Sl:-uoggranpllivi lin:-r llvlufrl lligh, Noun Svolizni 'l'o Irena-lg llunor lloll, 2 'K 1' l1"'lNlZlllll'I' 'S ,., ,.,,,, ,.. lll'Il.lfN WAY KICLIANX AY ZH NN ymuu Sl.. xxilllllll ll ll'llN xhr' who wus xo ll'I.Nl', lllllllflll. unfl kinrl. lloru lN1Ht'lIllN'F lo. lUl2: S1-is-ulilicg Allgivri .Nfl SI'lIUUlQ lNl'VSlUlllll', 2. 15, IZ Ilmmr lloll, l. If. fl. li Nlllllil l'n-lu. 23 l':llQllSlI lflulx. 3. li Xllllllllill llllllill' Sorir-ly. l. -KIi'I'lllfH FN -XNKZIS JOY fill Urris SI .. Nuluu'ml:nl1- I1 1 fling nmkf-ll: u rwulv nmn. Xrlz Horn Uvlolwr I. Ifllllg liusiue-sw xxlllf lluop .lumor lllgll: lo ln- Zlll vflllorg lrnllu' Nluzul. fl Sovml SllHlll'Nl:llllD, l' llonor lioll. fl. HNYNIUND Nli'I'lll li RICNNICY IUTT llvuvou Sl., NN ulmuu loulll xhuulal ln' ll xrlrillq.v-lmrllc. Huy. l"ul: liorn .lum- III. NIO: Xlullu-umlixsz 'xllgIli'l'1 Nl, I. 'l'.: .luuior Nursily l"oollmll: Axiulion Clulr. JUSICPII l,AXXllliN1ZI'1 JUYC Ili ll llvrsvy Sl- Nvxxloll lllQ.'lllIlllllS Hml hlrsx Ihr man mlm Vfirsl inrvnlzvl xlwrp. .lou-3 Born Juni' IB, l0ll: llllSlIll'SSf llyrlvl NN 1-utworl ll. ANNA NIAINI 'Xlllfl' Klilili I5 Md:-n l'l.. XY:-si 'Na-wlou ,-1 n llllllllllll' fri1'ml, fllll-ffzxflirallvll in llml plwlsilly fll'lI!'!'. lglbbllllf liorn .laulunry lT. l0l2: l,urlgllugg1-1 l'm-in-0: l"r:uniug:ln:un Normal: lXPVN'l0Illl1', l. 2' lfugglisln Club. I: Alpha: lic-lu. 2: Oulrloor Conv:-rl. 21 l,1-gislznlurv. li llonor lioll. l. 2. l. ICSTI l I-IR K A N I-I l" ol NY:nwlalmrn Avo.. Aulmrmlule- ll 1' run IIcl'1'r lmrr' lon IIllll'lI uf u flllllfl llziny. Born Fvlhruury IU, IQIO: KII4-rival: liurrl Ga-uvrul llfllillllilll 'l'o vure- Ilu- su-kg So:-ml Slurlis-S Club ,.i. 1. lflllilblflllllik l"llfNNl,IlS RING Ill! XX 1-lrsle-r SI.. Uvsl Nl'VKl0ll Hun' Ihr' num flulh low' I1 ix xr'h1ml.' liingyl lioru Fc-lrruanry IT. IQIII llusiI11'sG: l'1-irvvg l.uur'hroom Squad, l: lrullic- Squzul, 3, 9111 1929 GICUHGI41 MAHTYN KINGSLAND '10 Clyilf' St.. Newtonvillf: The yluss l1f.f?lNl7IUII and Ihr moulll QfA,'III'l71,' N10 Il'JSI'l'I'f'!l of all olz.w'l'1'Pl'x. King: Born March 2. l011: Scif-ntilivg So'rlare lligll. St. Louis. Mo.: XXI. I. 'I'.: To be presirlvnt: Football Squad, -I: Ilasketball Ti-am, 3: Senior Play. DORIS LILLIAN KUTI I li 026 Connnonwealtln Ave.. Newton Centre Ilvr 1'Pl',V fl'UIl'lIS ner' fuirf-r fur lhun srnilrx uf ullwr rnuirlvns ure. Dot: Horn May 13, 101 l: Language: Nlasonz Nlt. IIolyoke: To be a vagabonfl: Ifnglisli Club, 21. l: Senior Play. liUBIiII'I' IiUI1'l'0N KINIIAIDE S163 Vlialnut St.. Newtonville "lil-r'rr1." sighs-cl u lurly fuir, "ix 7lI,V.!1ll'0l'l.l!' 1-:lux in Il rar." Bob: Born July 26. 1908: lxIlllllt'II12llIC'SI F. A. Day: M. I. T.: Inrloor and Uutiloor Iarsity Travk. 2, 3, 1: Alpha Gamma Tau, 2. 5. lCI.IZA13Ii'I'II BLANCHIC I,AWRENCl'1 130 Lincoln St... Newton IIigblan1ls And ull of their singing Ims, "Life il is good." Betty: Born July 13, 1911: Language: llason: Boston Svhool of Architectural Design and Interior Decoration: English Club, 41: Newtonite, fl. SADIIC FIYELYN KINSRIAN 452 Lexington St., Auburndale Forgirl' me If I fulk ll bil. Kin7y: Born Oetober 221, 1911: Clerieal: liurr: To be a stenographer. IIAZEL MAY LAVVHENC1'I 1-I4 llancovk St., Auburndale To know how I0 hide one'S rlbilily is great skill. Jack: Born December 16, 1910:Languag1-Z Burr: Colby: To be a nurse: Gym Meet, 1, 2: Ilonor Roll, 51-. CIIAHLICS LINCOLN KIRKPATRICK 15 Water St.. Newton Centre Il'ise in his own curlrrils. Kirk: Born January 12, 1012: Language: Mason: Bowdoin: To be a bird feeder: New- tonite, 1. 2, 3, Advertising lVIanager. 21: Man- ager of Swimming Team, -lt: Newtonian, 53 Legislature, 5: Stage Committee, 5: Ilonor Iloll, 5: lNIath Club, lr. GRANN ILLIE IIAMILTUN LE.'K'I'III'IRIYO0IJ 32 Orris St., Auburmlale .Mark Ihr p1'rjfm'l rrmn, and behold Ihr' upright. Gran: Born June 21. l9l1: Gem-ralg Burr: To be a buyer: Usher Senior Play, 4. , lllmlm t X 'w,,1t.!W' 1111111111-tw 1 , IIE 'in 'Q '.LlEgEE NE' UVTIJNIAIYI lil"l'll ANNAl4lil.I,E I,l'Iltill'l'0N 23 Williston lltl., Aulmrmlalc' Sha' xlufulex, br'hz1r0s, uml urls jus! us she ollqhl. Nugsvyl Born August Ill, l9ll1 Classival: llurr: Colby Collvgm-3 'l'o hc' a nursvg Gym Nl:-vt. 1,23 llonorlioll. I. PATRICK HENRY Lo ClllA'l"I'0 180 Hear Adams St., Newton l"u1'l'lil,v of flflillll COIIIPS from habit. Pat: Born February -1, 10113 Busimrss: F. A. Dayg Boston University. MARY BELLE LEN NOX 47 Dudlvy Htl., Newton Cf-ntrv A Hue puuduulur inurifs SHSPCIISUI lldI'!'lllUS1' ll',llllI'l'Cl' Ihal means. Born April 17. 1912: Language: Newton S4-hool for Girlsg Vassarg To write anything:-a lragf-dy or telephone bookg l"rvn1'h Club. 3: Drama Club, 3, -l: x'ill'P-l,l'0Slll0lll, ,lg Drama Cluh Play, 33 National llonor Sovit-ty, Il, 4: lfnylish Club, 4g Class llovlwy, -li Ncwtonilv, sl: KA'l'lll'IlllNE LUCKIC 22 Kirkslall lltl., Nt-wtonville Nt-vt Ionian, 4. Uh, llml I uvfrr u munf Kay: llorn NOVCllllN'I' 9, l9l03 Languagv: Dana llall: Skitlmorog l"rvnt'h Club. 5: Nvw- tonilv, 53 Class llockcy. 5: Varsity Hovkvy. 5: Class llaskvtball. 4, 51 N arsity liasl-u:thall 4, 53 Narsity Tennis Te-ani, lg Gym MN-t, 43 Class Ilasvhall, -L3 llonor lloll, 5. MAIKJOHIE LOUISE I.lCUNAllD Sl Brooks Avo., Nowtonvillv Facts ure stubborn things. Mari: Born April 18, 10113 l,angnagv. l, 2, IS: St-it-ntiliv. -lg F. A. Day: Chantllf-r's Sc-vrvlarial Svllooli Class Fic-ld llovkvy, 2, 41 Uultloor l'on1't-rt, sl: Class llaslu-thall. 2g Nvwtonitv, Il, lg liylll N11-cl. 3, 4. NUHNIAN ICIJNNARD l.0ClxNYUUIJ 178 N1-lnoimlvn lltl., YYahan fflllllllltlll NPIINI' uull lr'l'1'l-l1full0ll'm'xs un- of glrrul rulur. Lukvg liorn Nlarvh 5. l0Il: l.an::uagm-: Angin-rg NM-slvyalll l,z-gislaturv, l, 3, 5: l'rs'si- dvnt ol' Alpha llvta. 21 Alpha liilllllllll Tau. 31 Nlanagvr ol' 'l'1'lllllS. IS: Cixivs lioartl, 5: Now- lonian. 5. ll-Klll'rAllA Lll'l'lNCO'l"l' oil Charlm-shank Rd., Nvvslon .-lrl is long. untl llillll' is flwliml. llolrhyzfliorn .lnly lll, l0l2g l,angua,ut'. l, lfim- Arts. 3: l'c-irvv: Art Svhoolg 'l'o lw a paint singm-r: Alpha lie-ta. l. 2: linglish Cluh. Zi: llomt- lfvonomivs Cluh. fl: Sovial Studie-s Cluh, li llonor lloll. 2, fl, l-: Class llovluxy. 2, Il: Xarsily llockf-y, Sl: Nvwtonian, Ii, 'lg National llonor Soc-ivty. HAY MON ll ll0lil'Ill'l' l,l YCICY 9A Lralts bt., Nf'Wl1DIIVIlll' A muu lo br' clvlwrulrrl upon. Ray: Born Dc-4-onilwr 25, N001 Sta-nogzraplnic liigvlowg Boston University: Alpha l4f'lZl, I. 2 I Z GLASS OF 1929 l1Ull0'1'l1Y NIAY LUtIKlV1AN 165 Aspen Avo., Alllnlrutlale- Hou' her eyes do shimh' Doll Born November 21, 1910: Gem-ral, llroolcline 11igh1 Conservatory of' lV1usii'g To be a Qlflltl-fllggffxfl llonu- 1'.POI10lIllf'S Club. lg l Ni-wtonitr-, 4. JOHN JUSEPII MAClxlN 25 Grant Ave.. Newton Centre Could you he il1lISlIlvlI!Ii, Blue: Born February l2, 1012: Language' Nlnson: Dartmoutlig To :lo literary Work: llonor Roll, 23 liaskelball, 22: Junior Varsity: Baseball, 4-. CLARENCE ELMORE 1VIM:CAUSLAND 38 Northgate Pk., Vtiest Newton Smooth as a vas! Iltlilld blowing. M1102 Born June 12, 1909, Business: Peirce. CIIAHLES LAWRENCE MACMINN 710 Walnut St., Newton Centre Knowledge comes, bu! wisdom lingers. Pepg Born February 16, 1911: Businessg Masong Northeasterng Junior Varsity Base- ball, 2, 33 Traffic Squad, 2, 3: Social Studies Club, 3, 43 Senior Play Committee, 4. JEAN MACDONALD 92 Crofton Rd., Waban Everything ezquisile hides itself. Bom November 1, 19113 Language: Angierg Mt. Holyoke: To teach, English Club, 4g Drama Club, 41. JEANNETTE FRANCES MANNING 61 Chester St., Newton Highlands Reparlee his precisely Ihr! louchslone for Ihr' woman of wil. Jeanne: Born Nlareh 10, 19113 Language: Hyde: Vassar: To be an artist: Newtonian. lg English Club, 3, 4: English Club Play, 4: Class Treasurer. 3, Drama Club, 4: Library Club, 411 Executive Committee, 3, 4: Danm- Committee, 3, 4, Legislature, 3. RODERICK DANIEL NIACKENZIE 64 Jackson St., Newton Centre llfhen he speaks he ullers lrulhx of pr-qfnzuzu' inlenl. Heil, Horn June 29, 10103 1311811108827 Mason: Legislature, 23, fl: Newtonian, 11: Prize-Speaking: Contest. 3. GICORIDE LOUIS MAIHIY 1173 Chestnut St.. Newton Upper Falls Serrel and sei f-1-mfluinml und .wlilarlv us un u.v.wlvr. Horn: November ltt, 19111 SC1f'Illlill'1i4:ll1t'l"- Song 10051 Atleiltlailee' 2. 3, 113 l4lHl1'llI'0UlIl Squad. .15 NI-Xlllillfli IIICIINAIIID NIAIIS I XII Nlplun Illlllllllll 'I'nn. 33 lla THE, 1FIEi'W'T DN IAN IIlhCnIiI'urni:1Sl.. II XLI. lxnwlrnlwllli' 7I,ll'I'l' :Yl.fI'Il'l'l'.V Ull'l'I' ur:-I Ihr' firxl QI slwvrfz. Ihr' "'lllIll 'QI llI'.VlI'l', Ihr' IIIIVIYI nl' lflllllfllll, IIIJFIJHIXIIIQ' 2. IUIEIQ Classix-nl: I", N. Ilzuvi NI. I. I.: In ggvl an snlull mln wall: lui: nnnn-yi DIIHI' Ilnll. I. NIAIIY ICISIIC NIIIIN NNICY If! Nlflvn I'I,. Ilvsl Nc-xxlun Um' lurf-x ll Nflllllillfl-I.llI'1'. H Many, Xlmfz liurn .lnly LU, lfllllg IfI1'rI1':n': III'll'1't'. XIl'IlII'II. NI:-NDN NIS Ilh llrxslyn IMI.. Illnlmn ll llIllll'lifllH.X' xu'rr'l und full 'gl' slry mirllz. NI:-wg Burn .lznnlxury 28. IUIIQ llvm-rnlz Ilyelc-1 Nliss Ilivrm- SI'K'I'l'IIIl'IZlI Sc-Imulg AIIIIIZI -4n- -n livin. 2: Alpha Ill-tal I'l:ny, 2: Ilmne' I':t'UllUlIlIt'S I lull I I In In In I lnlx I I S nlor Illn I 5 . ,.,--,,,.h . ,., ,I Ilusludlmll, II: Ilnnul' Ilnll, L. Il. I. .IAN If I'0I,SU'Y Ms'lillI'IllUIl Iflll I'l0I'l'SI. Avv.. IXvwtunvilIc- f.'1Illll'vlIllHllll' nu' uml ll'llI'f' Ihl zrnrlll lo ilx IIIIIIIIIIIIIII' . Nlickyg IIUI'll IM-1'0lIlIw1'r fl. lfilllg Ile-In-rnl' Ili elim Uuupllion xl 'I In rlpy I yin Iul ' , . . . . LT , I :' I: g: it' N --.Lz Class Iluskvllnznll. I. 12: Unlrlunr Ifum-1-rl. II: Ilunn- I'Ivulmlluivs I'lnrlI I. 2. Club. 3, I: lfnglisll Iflnlr. I: NIIIIIANI ULINIC XII-ASlxII,I. QT Nlnplr' Ilk.. N1-vslnn Cvnlrv ll IIIIIIIIIIS fuilh mul n'nIlmn'.w ll'flNl. Nlnni Burn Angus! I. IDI I: Clvrivnl: 'Nlnslnng XYIN-ulnn. Illinois. NN AI,'l'ICll URN II.I,I'I 'XIMIII A'I'II II I,irn-mln llcl.. N1-wlon His iv llw rlrurf' QI' u frm' flllllllflllllll. Burn 'NI:ny II, I'JI0g'If:1l1im'l: I". A: Day: Iu1Iu4':lI1lm'l wurli: INIIIIUIIIII Ilunnr Nwn-ly. I. lil IIiI'IIl'I' XII-I I A NI NIUN I I Dunn 'Il-r ., Ihllvrlnwn Thr' lwsl :gf mrn url' bill Illl'Il ul larsl Nlzwg Ilurn .Iuly SIU, IIPIIZ I':Il'i'Il'Il'2III Iilgrv- up uw: In pnl. xN1lII'I'IllVNII un Iln- ll: MARY BELL Mali II.I,0I' Illil Ixvnrim-k Sl.. Ne-wlon Siu' is 'IPI' WU' :gf lmsl lh ings Ihr- rollw-lion. T 7 Il:-II. Nlnvkg Ilnrn .Iznnmry LS, I9I2.: Clvrivnlg Xluslnnglon Irving Svllool: Ilome I"Il'UIl0IllIl'S lflnlr. lw CLASS QF 1929 MARIE LEA Mf'l,AUGllLlN lf? NYomlwarcl St.. Nvwlun lliglilancls Um' ll'llh lrwvlyv ll11'm1.v In xuy. DPU: Rurn Fvbruary 8. 101121 IAXIILCIIZIQUI llyrlc-1 Miss Farn1vr's: Alpha Rota. l. 23 Clmrus l: Frvnvh Club. fl: Suvial Studie-s Club. l: llomf' Evrumniii-s Club. lg Gym Mn-r'i. 33 D11-ss Assvlllbly. NIARIUN LINDON NIELLUS 60 Cullnn Sl., Nvwlon f1l'dl'l' fs pnzzwfr. Uvlubs-r ll. 10122: IAiIlUIlHgIf'1 Rigs-low: Nlvllvsle-yi Frvnvh Club. Zig English Club. l-1 Nr-wlnnilv. IS, li: Yarsily llm-lwy, 2. 3, 1,3 lNaliunal llnnur Sucivly, fl. 1: Alpha Rvla. 2. KATIIERINE MARIE RI xf:NElL IHT Linwood Avo., Nnwlnnvillo I,m'r', s11'0clr10s.w. flllIlIlllI'NX in hw' prfrsmz SIIIAII-". Kay: Burn Sf-plmnbf-r 8. l909: Gvna-ral: F. A. Day: Newton llnxpital: llfunc- Eronmnivs Club, I. 2. 3, l: Se-ninr Play Candy Cmn- rnitlm-. 1-. ' KATHRYN ELIZABETH NTEYERS 258 Cherry St., VVPSI Nvwlon Hou' IIUll', has lfzis bffrornff an irzslilzlliun fur bubffsf' Ray: llnrn Svptvnilwr 23. 1011: Stvnogm- pliivg l'Pir4'v. MARGARET ISAREL Mf:NEILLY 57 3 Rugvrs Sl., Nowlun You 1-urfl slum mr: 1'm lIIll1'l1 fun rzlvef Marggy: Rqrn August 28. 1912: IAlllQIllil,1lf'I Girls' Latin Sulmnl: Simmons: To bv a buyvr: Alpha Rvla, 2: Class Raskertball, 2. 3, -ll: Class 7 WILLIAM CONRAD MILLER 20 lgP2lllYll0Ill. Ave.. Ns-wtonvillc' Rasf-ball, Z.. 3. llihal u Yllllllllflflll man, and rlark, nm1p1'l'l1rw Iikff Rill: Rurn Svplc-rnbvr 3, 1011: lVIal.bf-nlalivsz F. A. Day: Tufts Pre'-Dviitzil: NOWl,fJIlll.4', 3, I: lli-Y. 3, 'lg Le-gislalurv. 2, 4: Chairman Sm-ial Cmnniiltvv. 4: Exvculivf- Council, bl: Fool- ball, 23: Class Raskvlball, 22: Assislanl Nlzuiags-r Raseball, ZZ: Svniur Play: Svnior Danve Cum- rnitlva. RUTH MARGARET MEADE 10 VVashinglun Tvr., Ne-wlonvillf' Anrl U' II10 xpiril br' no! Il1w'1'. ll'hLv 1'Sfr'nyr'urn'0 in Ihr' huirf' Ruthie-3 Born Septfinibffr 19, 101 l: Clavsival. 1, 2. Gvnvral, 3, fl: F. A. Day: Newton llospilalg Legislature: I: Trallif' Squad, 1: Raslwlball. 1. VERNA AIAY lXll'l'CllELl, 60 Clymlfl Sl.. Newtnnvillo No ICFPIIPI' lllllllfl' nflw' honor Izrvvillws. At'l'Ill'1 Rnrn S0lllf'lIIllf'F 23, 1900331-if-ntiliv. F. A. Day: To bv a private sccrclaryl Spanish Club: llonor Roll, 2. 3. l. IT -43" THE N WT ONIAN HNIILY I,0I1E'I'TA MOURE 20 lfflinvuood St.. 'Ni-xxtou Siu' irliul you irill. dn irlml -Vllll irill--,wlzr Il'YlIl'l rrlrv. Du-k, lain, Horn Nlarc-h Ih, IUIZIL Iiangzuagi-3 ling:-low: Simmons: 'I'o In- a sw-rvtary: Iinglish Vluh I NUIINI,-X IRICNSUN XIUIIHAN 168 Ilohart ltd.. Kiln,-stnut llill llly rwndlz' lmrnx ul bulli ends. Born Junv ll, l0ll: Langrliagr-3 Mason: Smith: Class 'l'ri-asurc-r. 5: Class Svvrvtary. -I2 'Frvasurvr ot' Assoviatvs, -Ig Drama Club. Al: English Club. It Sf-nior Play, 5: Drama Board, 5: Class liaskf-tlmall, 2, Ii. -t: l9fu-ciitive Council, 5: Mc-lnbc-r ot' Lvgislatun-, 21, 5: Danvo Com- rnitti-4-, IS, I1 N1-wlonitv. 2. 23. ICINQAII ALLEN MOUIIIC l08T Commonwvalth Assn. N4-wtonvillv He is us good-nriliirvd as lie is big. lid: Born 1NIay 228, IUIZZ: Language-3 Nvw Iioulnvllv llighg To he pmsidc-nt of a hunk: lnti-rnwdiatv Football. NIARY JOSEPIIINIC MORIARTY 173 Oaklcigh Rd., Ne-wton A hear!-v luughlfr did you. say? 0 yes, llmfs lllury. Morey: Born March 5. 1011: Language, Ijigvlowz We-llcsley: To be a gym teavhe-rt Class Hom-key, 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Class Baskvthall. 2, 3, 41 Varsity Ilorlwy, 3. 4, 5g Clasa Baskvt- hall, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Senior Play CCllUIllII.I,f'l'. 5: Senior Banquet Comrnittvv. 33 Trallic Squad. 31 Lunchroom Squad, 4, Ncwtunite, Il, 4. VS ILLIAM IIARDING MOORE, Jn. 1087 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Yr un' sober and dull lliru lhe rommrm day, hul mliwi il is night'- liilli Born July T, 10103 Gvnvralg Nichols Svhoolg Undecidc-dg Hi-Y Club. DAVID MORRIS 9 Cheslvy Avv.. N4-wtonvillf' lily f7IliItdlS my own und no om' shall in- wsligrile il. Dave: Born Newt-nib:-r 16. IOII: Languagv: F. A. Day: Iiowdoing 'l'r:itlim' Squad, 2. lxA'l'IlI.l'IliN I,UIiH'I"I'A MOIIMN 25 firm-vn St.. lN0wton Slu' who sprwzlcx. SIIIl'S'-'SIN' who is xilrnl, rvupx. lxittyg Horn 'Vlay 6. IOIIQ Str-nographic: lf. A.l1ay. INIAIIIZAIKITI' LOUISE MORSE -10 Brookside Ave., Newtonville Sober, slfrldfuxl, and dcmure. l'1'g1 Born August tt. lflllg I,anguaga:: F. A. Day: Mt. Ilolyokvg To sing in opf-ra: Cvrvlv Franvais. 2: Alpha livta. 21 lfngglish Club, fl. I3 National llonor Soi-if-ty. 3. 1. lit CLASS OF 1329 LYDIA MOSES 15 Dali- St., Newtonvilll- ,lll llu' Il'OI'lllIS u sluyr- and wr' nzayv zlunrv us uvfll us url. Lidrly: Born July 27. lfill: Language: Concord, N. ll., lliggh: Hftlglgllfllll-Dt'IllSll1lWl11 To surpass Sarah Ile-rnluarrlt and Ruth St. Denis: Sf-nior Play, -lv: Drama Club, tl: Gym Mt-el. fi. -I. JAMES JOSEPII MURRAY 52 Chandler Pl.. Newton Upper Falls IJIIIU and lean and lunk as lhz' brmrn .wa Sands. Miko: Born July 21. 1910: Automobile: Emerson: U. of So. Calif.: To build an ath- lf-tiv stadium in thu Upper Falls: Football, 3, l: Alpina Beta. 1. JEAN MARGARET MURPHY 2-ll Hove-y Sl., Ne-wton 'lilly Il'0I'flS rnnulnre me: all my flnulzlv urn mn IS,lt'l!. .Winniez Born DCC:-nlbvr 10, 1911: Clerival: Vtatf-rlown Junior High: To be Serretary ot' State: Chorus, 1, 2: Comnlervial Club, 4. RICHARD CLARK MURRAY 181 Washington St., Newton More varuunz and spare. Dirk: Born August 2-L. 1909: Scientilivi Bigelow: Boston University: To he a banker: Varsity Football, 53 Intermediate Football. 2, 3: Hi-Y, 5: Intermediate Baseball, 2. JOHN EDWARD MURPHY 19 Wetherell St... Newton Upper Falls The moving oralor. Horn April 21, 1912: Language: Emerson: Holy Cross: To be a farmer: Science Club, 13 Nc-wtonite, 2: Alpha Gamma Tau. 2, 3, 4. ASTRID MARIE NELSON 53 Vista Ave., Auburndale And sweel as English air could make her. Ad: Born February 13, 1912: Stenographir: Burr: To be secretary to Hoover: Honor Roll, 1, 2: Commercial Club. 4. ELEANOR LESLIE MURRAY 149 Cabot St., Newton An eye wherein nl once do meel, The beams Qf kindness and of wil. Ellie: Born February 26, 1912: Scif-ntitir: F. A. Day: To be the best dressed woman in the world: National Honor Society, 3, 4: Gym Meet. 2, 3: Sovial Studies Club, 4: S1-nior Banquet Committee, 3. ALF EN ERT fNEl.StlfN 24 lVIagut' Avo.. Hit-sl lNf'W'lUll lfrrris nnullxw' pillr'hr1.w-r. Hiller: Il-orn July 25. l9ll: Printing: l'4-irm-1-1 To be a golf Ill'0lit'SSlUIl2ll1 Alpha lla-lal Iiflll' Te-am. l. 2. 3. 4. ll! THE, Nfl' WU? DNIAN IINIIISXIIK NICIIULS Hi Nllflllilll IMI.. TNQ-xslun Iliglnlumls Inu run llvllk ll'l.HI ICIIINN nur lnxr Ihr' rnmnmn luurlz. Ilurby: Ilnrn Fvbruury LIT. IQIZZZ I.:mgu:ig1-1 IIy4I1': Xnsmr: Tu bu- zu sc-voml ICIIIPI Ilurry- lnurvg Clams Iluskvlbull. I, 23 Gym 'Nlm-I. I, ZZ, SEQ Alpha Ilwlu. I. 21 ICIIQIIISII. Club, 3, 'I're-:nsun-r. I: l.ibr:nry Club, 3, I: Ilrzuuu Club. 3. I. Play. 3. I: I'Iu-4'uliw- Commill4'l'. 3. I: Imgis- Inlurc-, I.3. I. full XIVI'-I,I"1'SIlIl'lll, I: Ilonur Ihll I ' ARTIIUII DANIS INUISLI S55 Iirzu-4-Ivri4Igv IMI., N1-wlnn Contra- lh-vp-.viy.'1lw1l in l'rzla'lliym:r'fS. iflrux. ulnms Arlg Iiurn Junuury ISS. IOIIQ IxIZllIN'lll2llI1'S XIHSUIIQ 'I'u flu 1'0l'lh0l'ZlII0ll IIllZllN'l'1 IA-gislu lurv, 53 l':X1'l'UlIV1' Cuunvil, 51 Tvxulis. I. 2, 3. I Cuplznin, 51 Urzulgv Book. 52 INIWNIUIIIZIII. 5 I,um'hrumu. 'Ig 'I'ruIIi1' Squad. fl. I: Mulbe- nmlivs Club Play, 25 III-Y. 1. ,L, IlNIl'I'I.I'I'I"I' FOGG NICHOLS 2 Howe Sl., Auburnllulu Il ham' is Ihul nuhlf' and fluunllrsx hrrurf' Nick: Iluru .lamuury 27, IQIIZ Sc-if-nlilirz Ilurr: 'I'u go tu work: Iiusvbull. I: Alpha: Ilvlu, I: Iiuys' SI'I1'lll'1' Club, I: k,l'l'Ill'SITZl, I..2L Ilzuul, 2, fig .Iuniur kursily IIuf'k4'y,II1 XEIFSIIQ' Ilurkvy. -I: Irulvrlllmliznla- lizlsvlmll, 3: I,4-,1:is- Izalurv, I: 'I'rv:nsurc-r nl' Assoc-iulvs, I: I'Iu'vllIiw- Cuunvil. I: Xursily Muse-Imll, I. IIISLICN NIAIIIIC U'IiIRlI'I'X IST Guy Sl., Nm-wlunvillv Slit' who is IIUIIII' is lllllfh .vrmqlll41fl1'r'. U'l5if-3 Ilorn I"a-bruury 228, IUIZIQ AIJIIIIUIIIZII xr-S3 In 5.. Dany: Ilryunl null Nlrullmll In be Nm--pre-slalvrnl of ll. S, unmle-r Gvu-nz Svmnr lgilllllllvl Cmmnilla-af. 3: Gym Nlvvl. 2. II. III'fI.I'IN lCl.XI'1llD.N NICRICIISUN IW Y ull-nlinv Pk., XM-sl Nvxxluu lfwlrl un hw' lips unrl soul IIWINIIIII luv' rjvrx. Nix-kg Iinru .Iunv fl. IQI I: SIl'Il0g1I'illlIlIl'I IN-irr'4': 'Ib In- an prixulv sa-vrm-tary: Ilunur Ilnll. I. I: Gym NI:-4-I, IS: lIUlllllN'l'l'IilI Club. I. 'XGNICS I,Ul ISIC IVCUNNUII Qlf Iiivm-r St., Wvsl IN:-wlun Thix ix Hn' lhim, I ll'llS lIIll'II In flu. Ilump: Ilurn Npril Ill. Iflllz Ste-rmgrupluiv l,1'Il'4'4'QIIIUIIUNYIHIIIN right. xxlllu :all my IIIIUIII Cunmwrf-i:nI Club. I. ICUI,-X XXlI,I.fXIiD NII,I'IS TI 'NInrlm1SI.. X1'XNInlIfI1'lllI'1' llllfllilll nnlurr .'l'u1v'.w llUI'l'HvX'. Xhmllyg Pmrn 'Huy 28, IUII' Gvm-ml: Xlusunz Ar! Svlmulz 'I'n In- an purlmil pauulvr: Cym NI:-vl. I, L. fl. I'II.X III X UGDICN ST Pvrkins Sl.. XM-sl N4-wlnn Il UIIIIPI' is illl'UllllIllll'.V pruixrf. Burn .luly 2, IUIUQ llilllgllilgvl P4'irm-v Il:uIvIiII'4-1 Fra-nvh Club. 4: Trullic' Squad, Il I"In'I1I Ilm-kvy, 3. .-,ll CLASS :QF 1929 JEAN FUIIDYCE OGG 85 Montvalv Rd., Newton Cf-ntrv Thrjv my shf flrwsrff flirl-bul ll'l1,V dum Prerjv mulv Ullllk ShP's Nllllllllfl ul him? Jf'r0: Born January l9. 1912: I.al1L5ll1l:!f'1 Nlasolll Svllool of Fino Arls and Crafts: To bv Prvsidm-nl of WV. C. 'l'. ll.: Frvnvli Club, lg Spanish Club. 33 Gym MPM. l. 2. 3. ll: 'l'rallim- Squad, 2. 3. IIELHN GUNIIILD US'l'l'IRlil'IliG 263 Ne-vada SI., Nvwtonvillv A Il'l.H-V pw-sori Pl'PI'.VIl'hl'f'f? she goes. Ustiv: Born De-1-4-lillwr Ill, l9ll: Cl:-rival: F. A. Day: Husinvssg To br- Svcrvtary ol' Vliar: Band, il, 4: Gym Mnvl, 23 Outdoor Concvrl. 22. Il: Commvrm-ial Club, l. l"'I.UHliNCH MARY KVIIAHA 37 lligh Sl., Newton Uppf-r Falls Sh:nes-xlznrnwhslzorfs, my p11sx1'o11.' liabvz Born April 0, 1909: Lllllflllllglh l. 23 S1'lPIlllllI', Ii. l: l'iIIlf"I'S0lll Prince School: 'l o bv a buyvr: Prpsldvnt. of Home licononncs Club, 5. NAIDA PANIN 69 Otis Sl., Nvwtnnvillc She must be sunm nmr I'Pl4lfl.l'l' I0 u Tlillflll lf'6.S'SFll' slur. Born March 5, 1912: Sf-ivrllilivz F. A. Dayg Connvvlivul.: To be zunbaszfuulor to Slflllllz Frvnvli Club, 3: Spanish Club. lg Se-nior Plfly. l: Class llaskfflball, Sig Gym Mm-Q. 2, fl. MAllGAHl'I'l' JULIANNE IYNEILL 10 lloward Sl... NYPSL Nnwlon l,Ub's loo Shorl lo fll'UIlll Ill'f'I'. Pvggy: Born l'Dm'e-nilwr 22. 19103 fl6'Ill'I'JllI l'vir1'0: Middlebury Coll:-gm-1 To bf- an avialrix: liaskf-lball. Ii, lg Home l':COIlllIllll'S Club, Il: lingrlisb Club, Il: Uuldoor Com-e-rl. 2, 3: Gym Mvs-I. 2. UANA l'AHlQS. Ja. H15 Nvwlonvillv Avo., Ne-wlon llihlixllv' 111111 1'll rnllw. Born Octobf-r 30, IOIU: lxl2llllf'lllillll'S2 Bigvlow: To work: Trallir Squad, 1, -l, 53 Bank T1-llvr, 3, l. GH lifNllUl.YN ORYIUND 52 Madison Ave-., Nvwlonvilln- ll hal IIII orulor fn fluxx 1111rlhr1!l.' Gwvn: liorn July 5, l0l0: Gvnvral: F. A. Day: San l"r'an4'is1'o llospilal: To bf- l'r4-sidvnl 7 7 ol' ll. S.: llovkvy, Z., Il: llaskfxlball, Z.: llygivns- 'T Club. L: Urangv Hook, l: Gym Nlof-I, 2. Il, l. JOHN Kl'IND.Nl.l, l'.NlllxS lf: Cvdar Sl.. Nvwton Ce-nlrc llvnllv in nu1nnr'r, firm in rvulil-v. llorn Jllllf' IS, l0l2: Svivnliliv: Nll. Sl, Clnarle-s, ll. l.: lrilvrllu-llialv Football, 1. Sl THE N EI WT QM IAN SX IRIN I'1I.IZAI5IC'I'II PARKS I66 Nr-wtmlvillc Avv., N1-vslnn Hun is Ihr' rm'rri1'.v! spnrivx lj lhe 1'rr'uli1m,' ull nhmv' or lmlozr him arc' srrinus. Horn .luly 18, 10123 Langzuagvz Iiigvlowz lizulvlilfvg 'I'u bv King.: nl' Iinglanrlt Gym Xlm-I, I, 22, fig Ilomv I':K'UllIlIIlIl'S Club, I3 l Drama Club, -I: Drama Club Play, II. NORMAN HANCOCK I'AY'NI'I II Summvr St., lN0wton IYDIJPI' Falls II ho run fnrrlell for Il',llll high ruusr' This darling aj lhe gurls was born? Normg Born June 6, 10083 Malln-malivs: Iinu-rsong Dartmouth: 'I'o jump 5' 5": Class l'n-simlvlll, 3, fl, 53 Boys' Yivl'-l'resi1lc-nl Assn- rialvs. I, Pri-sidcnt. Assmwiatvs, 51 Ili-Y Club. II, Niro-I'r0Sirl0nl. II. I'rr'sI4lvnt, 5: Spanish Club, fl, Prvsirlvnl. I: Narsity Football. 3. I. SA Xarsily Ilaskvlhall, II, I. Captain, 53 Narsily 'IW-unix. -I, 5: IIlIl'l'IllCIIIill1' Iiasm-ball, 21 Na- Iiunal llunor Sofia-ly, I-, 51 llunur IIOII. l. 2. Ii. IIICIIKIIIJ I.-YNIC I'N'I'l'1Y ST Himsa' Ilill 'xXl'.,X1'NXIllllXIIl4' I :ning l.m'hil1l'ur 1-wh' mil III' lhz' lrrzvl. Ilivki llurn January ln, lfillg l'msim'S4. I. SI'lf'llIlIIf', 2. II. Ig I". A. Day: lNUI'IIll'IlSIl'I'IlI Class Iiaslu-Iball, Tl: S4-nior llanm-Cmnmille-4-. I. 4iICII'l'liI'I3l'I FIIANCICS l'I'f'XIlS-Xl.I. SSI Cc-nlral Avv.. lXl'VVI'PIlYIIIl' Shi' lIl1'YlXI'Y 1'l'I'l'-VUIII' Iml Fllllllllf plrwsr h1'rx1"f 'I'rurIm'lwn1IIurn.Ianllary I I, lfll0gI,anguag1-3 Nlasunz 'Nlznsxzwlxnm-lls Svlmnl ul' Ari: 'I'u I1'a1'lIal'l: Alpha II1-la. I. 2: IN:-xx tunilv. fi. I. 5: Trallil' Squarl, Zig Urangv Iluuk, 31 Ifnqlisln Club, II. I, 51 Drama Club. II. 5. I'lay. Ill INPXNIHIIIZIII. I. S. I'll.IZNlII'I'I'll l'Al I, 33 Uri:-nl Av:-,, N4-wlnn Cvnlrv Thrrrk lrixrlnrll in ll'0lIll'll. Izziog Born .Iuly 55, IOIUL H0114-ral: Mason: Ixallwrim- Gibbs S4-lmul: 'lln bv a private svvrvtaryi N1'w'lm1il1'. I1 Class Iiasvball. I1 Iinglislu Club. 5: lluma- Iivmmrnir-s Club, 5: IA':I4IZlIlIl"4'. 5: Sf-ninr Play Props-rly Cmn- lllIIII'f', 5. l'AllI. PICIIUZZI IIT I.Im'uln lid., N4-xxtfxll Hou' hr' illlfIl'0I'l'S furh xh in ing l1llIll'.I liurn S1-plc-:nbc-r il. lUl0g Cabins-I1 I". A, Day: In do valunvt work. AI.I"IilCI7 IQIIIDIVIIICY PAYNIC 'JI ICIIHI Avv., VIYPSL Nmwlml II1'.w llmuylzls hurl' u high uim. N: Burn Ifvbruary III, l0l2: Malln-rnalivsg I". A. Day: M. I.'I'.: 'I'o wurk1 Iianml, 3. It I"ra-nvlu Club, IS: NIZlI.Ill'll'lZlIIl'S Club. 21 Claw Ur:-Iwslra. IIQ Ilonur Hull. 2, 3. FlUXNIx .IICNNICSS I'IiIIIIY. Jn. 25 Iinvr-nl, SI., Hrs! Nc-vwlun I1llIH1l'I', lniuhflx uml funlli1'l'. Bud: Horn .Iuly III. I000: Sc-ivnlllivz Bigf-low: IA'j1ISlilIlll'l', 2. 5: Iiuym' .'xIIlIf'Ill' II02lI'lI..51 XPNNIUIIIZIII, It Class 'I'rac'la. 2: Xarsily Swan- rning, 2. II: I arsily Football. II, I. 53 Ili-Y, II, -I: 'l'ra-nsura-r. 5. 32 CLASS DF 1323 JoIIN LAWHEN PICIIRY I6 SOIIIIIKMIP I I.. We-sl Newton I Hilrlz your uuzqon In fl xlnr. Bvnrlyz Born NIJYPIIIIWPI' 25, 1011: Hallm- uiativs: Pvirvvz AI. 1. T.: Ambition to bf- an aviator: Svivncv Club. 1: .Aviation Club. Ig Uutfloor '1'rm-k. 1. 2: Indoor Travk. I, 2. 1. PA11. J l'I.liS 1'1i'l'1'1'11liR51E'1' '3 .100 Ifoinmonwvallli Ava.. Clie-stnut Ilill liqforf nwn nmrfp us rifimnx f:l'PfIl lIllflH'l" murlaf us nwn. Ps-til: Born Sa-pta-nib:-r 23. 1011: Nlallivlnal- im. Xlasou: KI. 1. T.: live--l1ro-sirlmit Svimu-0 Club. 1: Assistant Nlanagvr Baseball. 55: Tralliu- Squad, fl: So-nior Play. I: I'1l'PIl4'I1fY1Il1Il, 2. 1,0115 l'IllI.L1PPlC PHIXHY 20 Clark Rrl.. We-SI Newton 1'uuny1 in Iimbx. in jurlgrnvnl nhl. Looy: lloru Sw-pt:-nibvr 11, 1910: lmiiguizuzvg IN-irvef: Dartrnoutll: To bv a motorvyvlf- 1-opp Ilonor Roll, 1. 3. 3. It Legislature-. fl: lntvr- nwrliatv Football. rl: Xarsity. 5: Ura-Iwstra. 1, 2. Il: lianfl. 2. Il: linglish Club. 23. I. 5: A'pha 111111111121 Tau. 2: Prize- Spf-aking. Zig Ne-wtonitv. 2. Zi, l. JUIIN IQDXYARD Plllili 3 Fayf-tlC St.. Xvnlon .1 I1 lzonesl num. close bullonml lu lhe Chin. Miki-3 Born llnrvliv 11. 1011: Yovational: St. 1,l1II'1l'1iAS1 NPW York Linotype ffollvgc-: Ilovlwy, 1. CARL ALBERT PESCOSOLIDU 210 Lowell Avo.. New lonx illi- Uh. happy -Vl'llV'S'.' onwe more, who would noi 11' II bn-vf' Pc-sky: Born January 21.19111 Languapnf: I". A, Day: llarxarfl: BIIIIIIPYIIQHICS Club Play. 11: Legislature 3. 5: Lunvliroom Squad. -lg lute-rmvrliatr' Football. I: Varsity Football. I. 3: Uutrloor Travk. 1: lndoor Travk, 5. I,ORH-NINE PIIIPPS 196 Kan! Htl.. YA-alxan .Yrzlure bills hrr hu:-.vi info sony. Born Klay 15. 19103 Langzuago. 1. 2. 24, Y11f?f'llIl1f'Z'II. 4, 5: AIIQIIPFI To bv an opvra singvr: IM-wtonitv. Ii, AI. 5: Narsity file-0 Club. 4. 5: Gym BIPPI. 2. 3: Svnior l1anqu0tCom- niitivv. 33 Svnior Play Coninlitlc-4-. 3: Lunvli- room Squad. 4: 1"rf-livli Club. I3 Ifnslisli Club. 5: Outdoor Conn-rl. I. NI.ARGUE11l'1'1-I EAHLH P1i'1'EI1S 55 lfllis Rd.. NYY-st Nvwloll .Ynl Ihul I lm-P man Ihr' less. bu! rmlure nmrv, Klirlgffg Born .luly 31. 1911: Scyiviililicw 1'virce-3 To play a golden harp: Home 1'11'UflOIl1Il'S Club. 1, 2: Class 1'slu-r, 2jf1ll1f100I' Concert. 12. 33 Gym Moet. 2. 3. ALICE MARY PILLION I1 Dunvau Hd.. YYCSI Nvwlou Silfrlrf' more nzusiml Ihun any sung. AI: Born Sf'DIPlll1Jl'l' 16, 1911: Stcnograplnivg Burr: Commercial Club. 4. I 1 l THE NEJDVT UNIAN I"I.UIII'INIfI'I NIXW I'IYI"I'I'IIi II I'IfI4Iy Sl.. We-sl NPXNIHII Snlllfhuu' f'uffl'nl'lliu Nl'I'IIlN lnnlw' ll lunll ull rl1'4'unlN. lCIlYlIl'.'Ilf1 vnu. I"IulI'1 Burn Nluy I. IUII: I,:mgu:ng:1-, I. 22, II. II4'lll'l'IlI. I: I'II'l'lllUIlI Iligh, Ifulifurniug Ixullwr- im' Gibbs Sl'1'l'4'IilI'I2lII 'Ib bv illl iH'l'llllllIilllI vu-1"llix'a-1 Ifuglish Club, Ii, lg Hyun xI4'4'I.:I1 Ilumv I':1'UIllllllIl'S Club, I. XI 'XIII I'l IiI1I'II,I 252 NXilI1ingInn IIII.. 'Na-uluuxillv .II jrrkr fx JI I'l'l'V Xl'I'iHllN lllfllfl. Ulinru Nluy 20. IUIIIQ He-m-ml: N1-vlluun lII::ll: N. I'.Ilzanb1'lIn s Ilnspllulz In In' :1 gum nursf-. l'Il,IZNHI'I'l'II I'IiA'I"l' 222 Hruul Nvv., Nvwlun Ifvulrv Tlluxv lrn'H'ul uvlx. nnrl HIIIIISIIIIII lll'l'1'IIl'Il'A'. Thu! tllllrlj' jluu' I'l'Ill7I all luv' n-urrlx and IIVIIIIIIIS. Iivllyg Iiuru Way IIT. IIIIIIQ S1-ivulilirg Xlusmli To IN'!H'1'SI4I1'Ill ul' llu- I'rull Puppy Ikisvuil lfmupullyg Illuss N ive-I'ra-silI0lnI. 23 Y I Girls' Xiu--I rc-siulvnl UI' Assm'iuIa-s. II. I, 51 Illuxx I'IXI'1'lIIlX'4' I'm:u'rI. 2. I. 53 Girls' Allllc-lu' Iinzuwl. I. .xg Ilrzunu Iiuurel, .Ii Drzunzn Llub, I, I. 3. Nia-4--I'r1-sillvlnl, I: IIr:uu:n Club I'Iuy, 3. I: Ifuglish Club. I. 51 Claw Iiusvlrull, I. 2,1 I, 53 Iulswliuske-IImII,1I. 5:ffIuswIIm'kc-V, I. 2. I. 5' Xausily Iluvkf-y, 3, Nl'WIUIlIIl', I. I XX .'XI,'I'ICII IIUIXICIVI' I'l IiCI'II,I IIIU fNe'wI1ulviII1- Avv.. IX1-wlmwillv Irw. .'Ul'xx -I llillllul do fl. x'I'wq1!l: Iluru ID:-ve-llnlu-r 20, Ifllllg Ilusim-ss I'. A. Huy. XX II,l,IA XI IIN LI, I'IiI'IS'I'UN 100 Auburn SI., AIIIHIYIIIIZIII' I will nn! lmrlgu' un l'Ill'll. IIHIHIXI Iluru Npril IS. IOI0g Iluslm-ssg Iiurrg 'I'u go into Imsim-ss: Ilrsunu Iflub. IIAIIUIID HUUIHN IN PIIIIIDY UT lfnurl SI.. N1-wluuxillv Thr hrs! llml lu' has is pill inln I'l'l'l'V fIl'lI'4lII. I". N. Dany: Iiuslnn Iluiw-rxilyi 'I'r:u'Ix. I. 'NI.NII.IOIIIIC IIILDA PIIINIZIC H233 IIUIIIIIIUIIVVPZIIIII .Nw-.. IN4-xxlun Ifvulra- fflllllllil - fn' IIIISI. Nlurivg Iinrn Fc-bruzlry 5. IUIII: Svivnliliv: D VI illln-r lurk. I"Iuri4I:l: I"Iori1I:n Slulvi In bv il wurgn-nn w ZISNISIZIIIII Y IIFSIIV IIuwIu-Ibull. 3. N IX I AN NIYII'I'I.I'f l'l 'IIIDY hf Ifuurl Sl., Nc-wlmlvillm' lluppimnvx ix hw' IIIIIIIIIIVIWV. nnal nfl nmv IIVIHC ll1r'l'1'nll . I.:-gisluturv. 3. 3 I Ilznlz Burn Fe-brunry 0. IQIIZ Svivnlilivz Xiu Burn July 5, IOIIL CI1-rival: I". A. Huy: Uulxluor ffnm'4'rI. 2, II: Gyn: XI:-1-I. 2' CLASS QF 1929 CATIIISRINIC ICl,IZAIiIi'l'lI QUIN N 50 Rroolm Avv., Ncwtonville llfI11nlml'x ull lll'lll'fflllll. Caddie: Born Ovlobvr 30. 1900: Stvno- graphic: F. A. Day: Gym Mr-r-I, I: Outdoor Concert. 2. ANN RAIC 3325 tllis Sl., VV-sl Nvwlou A phunlom ol' flvliglll. Ilorn .lanuary If. llllf: Lllllgllllgflf P4'ir1'v: Nassar: 'I'o hc- a movin- star: lNewtonitf'. 2: Class llm-lu-y. fl, lg Claws llaslivtball. I. 2. fl' lltlllll' l':l'UIltllllll'S Club. I. 2: Lvuislaturv. 2: Gym 'llc-rl. I, 2. Il' Oulrloor Con:-vrt. 2. fl. CLARA AGNES QUINN III lidinboro SI.. INPWIIIIIVIIII' .Veal as ll pin lm! :ml xo painful. Baby: Born Ovtolwr T. 19101 Slvno,graplni1-3 F. A. Day: To ln' svvrvlary to llossy Gillis: Outdoor Conrf-rl. 2. VIRGINIA DILWOIITII RAN DALL I0 ANf'Nlb0UI'Il0 Rd.. N4-wton Centre A vheerful life is uihul Ihr' muses low. Gig: Rorn Septmnbnr T. 1011: Languagv: Mason: To be an author: Nr-wtonilv. 2, fl. -I: Gym Mc-vt, 1, 2, 3g Outdoor Concert. 1. 2. fl. ll: Ilunrhroom Squad. 3. LANIICR IRVING QUINN lllil Waslling.:t.on St.. We-st. Nvwton Uh. flurling sleep. has! llmu u uvorrlfur mint' mr? Slrfflcli: Born May I. 1900: Cabinet: Pnirvvg Junior Varsity Football. 31 Travk Tvam. I3 Outdoor Convvrl, 2. 3. I1 Glvv Club. I: Class Football, l. BARBARA RANDLl'I'I"I' 201 Sumnvr St., Newton Cvntrc- Shr' ix plrfasanl I0 lalk Il'lll1 And safe ln wulk wllh-in spill' 'tl her' hulr. Rusty: Born May 7, IOIIL Languagn-1 Mason: llI'Idgt'!WilIOI' Normal: To be svvoncl Etlwl Barrymore: Alpha R4-ta. 2: Class Raslwt- ball. I, 2, 3: Class llockvy, Al-: Iinpllsll Club. 3. fl: Drama Club. KI: Legislature, Al-1 First. Prizv. Prize Spvakingz, 4: Gym Mm-I. 2. 3: Class Ilasvball, 3: Outdoor Conv:-rl. 2, ALICE QUIRK 846 Walnut St.. Newton Cvulrc A nfl lnuylzlngly xhc' goes ulunq. A5122 Rorn Sf-plf-lnlwr ll. 1910: Slvno- gzrapllivz St. Palriuk's: To rob a bank: Class Ras:-ball. Al: Sovial Sludivs Club, I-lg Svnior Play. I: Ilonor Roll, il. GICORGIC EDWARD RA'I'll 50 livvrf-ll. St.. Nvwton Cz-nlrv . Dorf! pul lou firm u puinl lo your 11'fl for fmr ll will yvl lfIunl1'rl. llorn Marvh 20, l0l2l: Language-3 llppvr Darby lligzll. Pa.. Brown: 'l'o go lo Ilollywood: Se-nior Play, I: Drama Club. l. li Nami l WM, ,U I 53 111.1 Y UNI- Tfjij NE' WT UN IAN I iUNS'1'.'KN1I1i 111CC111iL 00 1gl'1llllI1U11l AV0., 1N4WY1UllNlllf' .A1 v, lrulv shf' lnlsrhv hrr linw. 4111111110: Burn Uvlolze-r 11. 1011: 1.:muu:ngu-1 1 . A. llziy: x1llSS1llTll1lSl"llS hvlmol of Art: lu punt cl mln ul X111 14 li 1 1' 11 7 1 "pr: ' ': sl: rm 1-1.1.3 'rc-nw 1.lu11. -. Alpliu fuilllllllil lam. -1 12111111511 l.lulr. .3. I: 1.llH'2lI'Y Club. 21. 1: 'Yziliuuul llouor Srwivly 1 l1wmX1ul 1 S 11 , '- , L. I : Ouu mr Cnmw-rl, 2. 111111151115 GORDON 1111 63 1':1r1-u-r St .. NC'XNl17l1 Cvutrr- I'l1-rmvl will: n rulllv. fivklzfrl bv u X1I'IlIl'. libivkz Burn Sc-plvlnlwr 21-, 19113 1.:ingum,u Alzisunz lifilfllllflllllli Sci:-m-v Club. 1: 1'111QllNll tilulm. 31. 11 Nxiutiuu Club. 13 Orange- Bunk Stuff. S11 Nziliuuzil llunor Suvivty. 3, I1 Nz-vi luuilv. 1: llounr 11011, 1. 2. ZS. A11 lhuid. ' 21. 1: Urclu-slrzi. :l1.11lIl1UI' Nursily liusa-lmll 2, 3: 1'c-aiturv 1'111i1ur Nvwllilllilll. 1. s1'11.1,1NNI JOHN 111'Il1,1.Y 1101 11iw'r Sl . 11 1-st IM-wtun 11 lm! u l'1lf1g1e'1l. l'1!.W'lIllV. ullilfliz' nmn.' llullu 111-illyz Burn May 21. 1000: llusinvssz l'n-irm-3 lioslun Gull:-gvg 11am-lmll, 2, 11. -1: lluvkvy. 21. -11 Fuutlnu11.fl. 1: lntvrlllvxliutv lhollrill 1 11 il Iuri 1 1 11x44 i .21 ngszi '. .1 . ',"'1l1lNI' Lmurnlllw-. 1, LI. 21. 1: l,uu1'l1ruuuiSqu:ul,2. 11: 1l'ill1ll'54Il1111l. .11l.1lllHll1'l'l'l1ll1.lll11. ll. 1,1'Cl1,1.li 'NIAIKY 1111111 111118 2117 Xhisliiugztun Sl.. 1N1'XNlU1l lluir. surh ll zvumlvr of fi.r unrlf1nss.' liuufyg Burn XOVi'lll1N'I' 11. 10101 1114-ri: ul Iiigm-lun: 15ry:iul zmrl Slrz111un:'1'l1ril'l 'l'1-llvr. I S-wiqil Slurlivs lilulr, 21: Uultluur 11UIl4'l'l'l, 1 ljyiu N11-1-l. lg 1.Ul1llll1'l'l'11ll Llulm. 1. 1111111111111 XXIXSIAJW 11ICYN01,1JS 2105 11 1-lwslvr Sl.. Jxllllllfllllilll' gls flmfl ax I,l'jl!lSllX. Ilia-lx: Burn S1'll1I'lll11l'I' T. IQKWL S4-ivillilivi rr: 1'm1m-if11-ml: Isl x1I'l'Al,l'l'S1Ill'I11 Class. 1: lll-Y 1 .mg lnrluur lruvk, .1. 1. fillD1Zl1ll..lj Uulvlrmr lrzu-k. .1. 1,.n:1'uuIbuIl. 1. J. NINIXY 1'I1.1Z-X1i1C'1'I1 111714.-X111 T .N11iugIuuSl.. Nvvwlun .Il ml xilx llwrf' :wiv wurr' und rrisz' 1114111111 Ihr' fur-Iu1n.v Q1 hm' vyvx. Nluyg Burn Sl'Illl'lll1N'F 10, 10003 Gum-ri Bigelow: Amlmiliun In ln' an nurse-. ll 1,015 1111111 206 11 ubzin Nw-.. 11 ulmu Tlu- IIIIPSI IIIIIIIIYCSI sign QI' IUIISIIUNI is l'llIlliIllll'll lIl'l'lil1llll1 .1 . 14 PNK. r iXUVf'lIl1N'I' 1, 19103 1,1111 fuuga-3 1 1 1 mu ,Q g. Nu-'ia-r' Wlivallml: Outdoor Lmzrvrl. 1, gf Xlgihu lic-lu. 2: :Xlphu flumma Tau. 21: 'l'r:a11ic- Yquzul, 21: Frvnvli Club. fl. 5: Nulionzil llonur '1 1 3'l'vm N104-t 1 " '1 1 Qui-ivl y. MA1,KI01,Nl CA Nl1'l11'I1.11 HOPIR 210 Hruu- IIi1lAw-.4 1N1-wlunville 111' yrunl. ulllwugzh ha' had murh wif. lla ll'IIS l'l'I'-V shy uf using ll. 'Nlailq Burn Huy 13. 1011: x'lZlll1f'11lil1llN F. A, D:uy1 Yulv: Junior Xursily 1104-141-y. l11lP1"1llf'll1illl' llasr-lmll, 21. ',r. CLASS UF 1 32 3 FLOYD I.l'IIGlI'l'UN RUBIIIINS 80 Dursvl Illl.. llrulmll Thr' rninw- prmlxfnr lll'l'lIlV-UIIP. v Burn June Il. IWW: llusinvssg .Nng.:if'r: .Iuuipr Yurslly I"uull1ull. 2: Trxzllim' Squzul, 5: SUVIIII Slurlivs fflulr, 5. fVIlil,X IN lCI,I.I0'I' HUIINICY IIZZ llurvurcl St., lNvwlunxille- I lYPl'f'f00l.S 0.rpf'rirm-nl.w,' I um uluwhvs nmlcinq flwnl. Hull: Born April IS. IUII: Clzissivgil, I. 2, He-m-I':1l, 3. I-3 F, .N Ilznyg linsluu Ilniversily. IIKIIULIJ FIIKNCIS HUI5IiI,l'llC H02 XYIISIIIIIQIUII SL. NM-st NPNXIUII .-lx ifllr' us u fmirzlwl ,whip I fpon u prunlfrl Il1'I'lIIl. Ilan lla: Horn S1-pta-rnlwr ll. IUIU: liuxsizu-xx: I'virc'0: .AIIIIJIIIUII lo wash windows in upvu vars: 'I'r:lIliv Squad, TI: Irllvrlllwlianlv Ifmvtlmll. Zi Varsity Football, IS. l, ICLIKVI' lfli.-XNCIS IIUGICHS TU llillsiflv Au-., llvsl INPXNIUII Born Many il, IUIOQ Sri:-iililivz I'PII'l'4'I lfniw-riity of l'f'nn1 To gvt lu'f-ullegzvz Trullii- Squzul. 2. II: I.un1'lmmm Squad. 3. -l, 3. EMILY NYAIIIIICN IIUI3Eli'I'S 808 Che-slnul Sl., NN zxlmu .Al l"N'lCl-Ilfl gum! xpnrl. H lTmpyg 'lfuru lNIlVI'lIlIlf'l' 28, Iflllg five-nm-rul: lums-rsonx In lvuvlng llnmv I'.l'0Il0lIll1'S f.lul1, I3 ln-nuns Iournaum-nt, 1: Llznss Iiuslwtlmll, 2. IIICLICN IIICISICYICA IIUMASZKIEXVICZ ISIS Sullivan Avo., Nc-wtun llppvr Falls Iillffllf' is IIIIIIILVS ll nwun Dl'1IIJOI'fI'UllfII bf'fll'l'l'II luv: 4-.rll-wrws, zxrvcxs and flfifirif-r11'y. Born April IQ, IOI l 1 Ste-uogrznplnivg lfuwrsoug To gn lY0stg Cfmum-ra-inl Club. I. lilI,l'Il-lN CA'I'lll'IliINI'I RUCIIIS H182 lieaxron St., Newton IIPIIIIY' Thr' liyflll lhul HPS In IVIIIIIIIIIQS rjves. Born July 28, l0l0g Stmlogrupluif-3 Maison: I'u bs- an DFIVRIIO se-vre-tary: fi0IlllIll'I'l'l2lI Club, l. ,NI,FlIl'lIl .IUSICPII IIUY QI 6 IN-url Sl.. lN0wlon II,hll'1'III'!' I llllll' fllil' she bv? l"r4-rlvlliv. Al. lluuuny: llurn Dc-vvnllwr Il. llllllg NIZIIIIOIIIIIIIVSQ llige-luwg I"0ulh:1ll. 3: Ning: Mzumgvr. -lg lluuclnruom, -I, 53 Assislaml lfcmllmll IVI:ulug:vr. l-. 74" 'W' Z' THE. EYILETIWT ONIAN ffIIIIlS'I'IFNI'I NIAY IIIIFU 208 Adams SI.. Nvwlou .-I xlrrvfl llllI'llf'Il.l'l' kind rj yll'llI'1'. Smilvsg IIOFII Sl'llIf'lllIN'I' II, IIIIIIZ Iflvrivali I", N. Day: 'fovulvr Inminf-ss: Outdoor Ilon- vvrl. 2: Ilygivnv Club. 21, IIQ Comnn-rvial Club. I. MICIIIII'I"I' SKIIIIN NIIIZ UT Dalby Sl.. IN4-wlon .NIUIIP bu! l1l.lllXl'lfl'llIl lu' hix purullrl. Wav: Horn Ifvbruary 225. IDI I: XIZIIIIPIIIIIIIVSQ I". A. Day: Ilarvardz 'I'o In- a profs-ssor: Ilzund. LI: Mu-sity Ur:-Iwslra, 2. ZS: I.un1'Inroom Squad, II, I: 'I'raIIic' Squad. II, I3 'I'r:u'Ii. 2: Narsily Iiaskc-lIraII. II. l. 5: IA-Lgislzntulrc-. II: Inlvr- me-dials' Hasvball, I. N NN! ZY IlY'I'IlI'Ili 'NI Ifriv Avo.. Nvwlou IIIg:IlI:mds II flh IlllIIll'l' uml up1n'ur'um'r- ,Ix volnriful us .11 Illumn lm11'1'.v. Horn IIl'C'l'IllIH'l' 28, IQIZI: I.QlllLflI1l,214'I Ilydvg IIa1I1'IiII'1'gIIIassIIr4'Iu'sIra. I. 2: I arsily Urvlum- lra. I. 2. II: INPNYIUIIIIP. 22,151 fNIpI1a Ilvla. I. 22 I.iIrl':nry IfIuI1. II, Ig Gym Mvvl, 2, ANNIQ SIfUI"II'II.ID III N1-ruon Sl.. IN4'wlou Shzfs ll'I.Sl'I.I' ll'UI'IlH-V, hul nul wnrlvlllv lrisv. Ansro: Iiorn Now-mIu-r 5. IIIII1 I.zuxp1uag:v: Iiige-Iowg Smith: 'I'o Iravc-I: Class Urvlwslra. l..T21 Yarsity Orrln-slra. 2. II. I1 Ilanm- Com- lllllim-,1IgGyrI1 Nlvvl. I, 2. III Library Club. II. I. ICNINIA IIIENIG SAIYNDICRS Zio II4-ushaw St.. IV-sl N1-vslou JI ml ull I 1-oulal .wr ll'l'l'l' xqfl. shining 1w11'1'x QI rrvl illlll gold. I':lllIllIl'2 Horn INOV1'lllIN'I' I5. I0I01 G:-m-ral. l'm-irvvg I'oss1--Nissou: 'I'o Iravvlz Iiaskvtlxall. II, 51 Iiasc-hall. II, I-1 Uuldoor Com-4-rl. I: Hylll NI:-vl. I. CIIAIILICS IJANIICI. SIIIVIVI' 30 Margin Sl.. XI 1-st. IN:-wlou II'urfIs arf' ll mush' :gf Iu'r'uIh lu nw. Sm-oIIy: IIoruY.IuIy 8. l0l0g S4-ivnlilic-1 IN-irva-3 Ii:-ullvy Svhool ol' I"IIll1lll1'l'1 'I'o In- a broke-rg Junior Varsity I"'ooIIwaII. I: II4-lay IIIPIIIII. 2: 'I'raIIiv Squad. 2: .Iunior Narsily Hass-IxaII. 2, II3 I.um'Inroom Squad, Zig Indoor 'I'rac'k, I. 2. IIAZICI. III'IA'I'IIIffIC SCIILII'fI'IIAIxIC IT Iiivhardson Sl.. FM-vslou .4 IIIVIQVS r'lH'1'lflll and happy. SIN-py: Horn lla-4-1-nllwr 20, IUIU: Clvrivalz Iiigvlow. .IUSIIITN SICNN ICH II2 Ilydv St.. IN:-wtou Iligrhlauds .l1'.vl uml ,vnufhful jollilhv. IM-dg Born Ovlolwr QT. IU00: Ilydu-1 M. Ali. 'I'o In' a sc'im1liIic' I'armvr1 Class Urvlu-Sim, Ig I arsily Urvlwslra, 2, II. I I I IIWIIIIMIIIWIIIIWIIIWUI'IIHIIIUIWIII'WIWW I II I I W WWII IM A HW' 38 ' JJ 'FJN4-J J 'r-.I Q . ' l Cltilsav U: ,L923 MARY station 80 Charles River Pkwy.. Nr-wton Ther-f' was II ladv swcvl and kind, ll'flS l1Pl'0l' fum' so plw1.w1rI my nzind. Sv: Rorn August. 0, lOl 1: Svimllilirrg Tflcluli- val High. Springfield: Framingham Normal: To be a dirxtition: English Club, Al: Class Hot-ke-y, 2. EDVVARD WILLIA M SHHA 230 Nkard St., Ne-wton Cvntrv l'oxs.' llfllrf Ihr' PlAl'klf'!l III'l'I'l-llfl. Bud: Rorn Svptvntlmr ll. 1900: Gs-nvral: Dorvltvstm' High: Ruston l'nivr'rsity: Svnior Play. Nl.-XRIAN SKENE SlC'I"l'Lli 203 Sumnvr SL.. Nvwton Ce-nlrv Iiegnrze dull 1'11r1'.' I prilhve bl'fl0IIPfI'0lII mf. Pokey: Born Mzircll IIT. lflllg Language-: Mason: Chicago University: To ln- a private- svcrrtaryg Class Orchestra. 1, 2: Varsity Ur- vlwstra, 2, 3. 41: Plllg.fllSll Club, Ali: Gym Mvvt. Il: Newtonitv, l, 2: Outdoor Conv:-rt. l, ZZ, Ii, 1-. LURING SIEGENER 26 VVindsor Rel., Waban I 110117 study but I nuln. Sir-,gg Born April 22, 1911: Mathomatirs: Angivr: Dartmouth: To be anvaeronautlcal vngimwerg Football, l, 2, 3, 41: Legislature, 3, 4. GLADYS MAY SHAW 109 Lowe-ll Avr-., Nr-wtonville Sir11pl1'1'il,v is rarely l1l'Sl'U1'PI'Pd and is g1'f'11ll.v lu bf' lll'Sl.l'f'd. Glad: Born January 8. 10101 GF-nf-ral: Mason: Leslie School: Assistant Attf-ndanw Proctor. 1: Basketball, 2: Gym Merit., l. 2: Outdoor Concert, 2, 3. ARTHUR LINCOLN SISSON 62 Austin St., Nf?Wl.llllVlll9 lm! mf' lim' wilh grzyfolly. Art: Horn Fr-bruary 12, l9ll: S1-is-ntitiv: F. A. Day: Roston Univffrsityz To bf- at brokvr. NIARIUN SHAW 8410 CllPSllllll St.. Wkabau .MV hrurl is likf' ll Fllllllhfilll shrfll Tlml puflallvs in ll hlllf.V0ll sm. Rorn Fvbruary 26. l0ll: Gr-ru-ral: Angivrz To travel anrl know U. S.: Class llor-ke-y. ll Class Raskvtball, l. 2, 3: Class llasoball. l, 2. 3: Outdoor Convt-rt, l, 2, Il. WILLIAM HARRY SLADIC. Jn. 3 Ashton Ave., Nr-wton Ccntrf- For' he by yenllmlrir Srvllv 11011111 Iukr' Ihr' sizf' of polx of ulv. Harry: Rorn August 22, 1010: Matlwrmtlir-sg Mason: M. I. T. NNWlWHlHHHlltHtlttllltltWHttttmttttttttttlllr'Illt.MttttlltttttlllttttUttt'Huttlttl llHlllllltttt1 W llll lf AW1ltttlllllttttlf llll it Wtllt' SU THE LN Ei' WT QNIAN Sl LZAN NE SLUCKNI 15 Trowbridge AVP., N4-xx lonwills- 1,IIIif1f'Ilt'6 w ill be r1'u'urdvd ul l'l'f'l'-V llllll'Nl0IIl'. Suv, Born August Ih, 1911: Lauguagvz I". A. Day: Smith: Band. 2: Library Club. 3. -Ig English Club. 3: National llonor Socir-ty. II, I3 Ilonor Roll, 1, 3: Gym Moet, l, 2, 3, I. AI.I'JI'IN Sl'I'f.-XHE 00 l'0lham St., lNvwlon Cm-nlrv Tlml man zvilh u fll'llI'I' rm1lln'lr1ul!ml look. Nulivg Born April 30. IOIUQ Languagrvi Mason, Dartmouth: Ilonor Iloll. 23 Ilaurl. 2, 3. I: llath Club. II: Sovlal SllIlIIl'S Club. I. CIIAIILICS ICIHXAHD SMITII I5 Nlaplv Aux, Nvwlon ll hal haf u jnllkvflulz' I bluuv. Smitty: Born Fvbruary 27, IOI2: I.ang:uag:f': Iligvlowz Ilarvard' To bf' a lawyer: Iloys' St'li'lN'1'f:lIlll, I1 Hand, 2. 3, Ig Urvhvslra, 2, Il. l " 1' 'Q ' ' I' Dru : I. Alpha Bella, 2. LIl,,,ll.ll Llub, .l, , . nn Club. I, Play. -I: National Ilonor Socivty. II, Trvasurvr. -I: Orange Hook. 33 Ilonor Iloll, I, 2, .l. -I. I'RlSClI.L.N SI'E.-KRIC 60 Pelham St., N:-wton Cvntrv .-Ind lhe goldrn lrunzpcl blmmlfnrllz. Prillag Iiorn .Iuly 22. IUII: I.an,zuag:v: Mason: To assist liahrivlz Class Ilovkvy, I3 Class Ilaskvtball, I. 2: Band. I, 2. Ii. I: Class Urvlwstra. I, 2: N arsilv llI'f'llI'SlI'il. Il. I1 Library Club. 3. I: Alpha Bvla. 2: Ifnglish Club, Il, It Alpha Gamma Tau. 2: Ilonor Iloll. I, 2, lg Nvwtonilo, 2. RAN DALL CLAYTON SM ITII II I Illiot AVO., NYvsl. lNvwlon Nou' l.'wl'v'.v YI ni:-1' VIJIIIIIISIPI' Qf f'.l't'!'H!'II1lHiUl Fnlv lrzml lo f'om'ml him by naming hun Smrlh. Smithy: Ilorn Dc-va-rlllwr IT, I0l2: Yocalion- al: lvIl'K'lIllIlI4'ZIl Arts: M. I. T.: To bv an avro- n.auIi1.1l 1-ngixxvvrz National Ilonor Sovivty, Il, I3 Sol-i ll Studi:-s Club, Ig Aviation Club, fl. IIOIIERT BARlNSIIACK Sl'ILlNl,NN IIS Gibbs Sl... Nvwlon Cvnlrv A yrcul mlm is ulu'ukv.v ufilling lo be lillln. Spillyi Ilorn F4-brury 23. IOI2: Sl'iPIllIli4'1 Hdwardsvillr' Iliyhg Antiovh: ,To bv worthy ol' my counlry: Soc-ial Studivs Club. 33 Chorus QI: Svnior Play, II. lX A'I'ALI IC YICIJNIA SNIITII 153 ll2Il'Kll'i,1IlI lid.. lNvwIon So blomlvly blylhzf and l1l'lJUlHl ir. Nat. Iiorn Dfw:-rlllm4'r l2. I9001 Sm-imltitivg Cony Iligh, Augusta: XPSIIPI' llvorgv Ar! Svhool. DOROTIIY IKUTII S'l'ANFIlCI.D 266 Langlvy ltd., Newton Cf-ntrv There is nothing so murh ww-ll: as ll mind wall inslr'uclr'fl. Dot: Born January IS, 19101 Gvllerznll lVIaSon1 l?IJSSf'-NISSCIIIZ Secretary ot' Home Economics Club. Ii, 1: Ilonor Roll, 3, 'Ig Baseball. 2, 3. itll CLASS OF 132D ATIIENA DOHOTIIEA STAVROS 26 Brackett: Rd., Newton Uh. isles :J Grec'4'0, Zl'lIf'l'l' burning Suppho lured and sang. Bnorn September -1. 1010: Language: Girls' Latin School: To travel: Class Baseball, 3: Gym Nleet, 3: Newtonite, 2: Class Basketball, -1-3 Class Tennis, fl: MA1lCA17tl'1'l' LETITIA SUTCLIFFE 112 Charlesbank Hd.. Newton On. lhc single shf was mllural. Peggy: Born January -1. 1910: Language: Bigelow: Hadc'1i1l'eg Alpha lleta, 1, 2: Alpha tflamma Tau. 3: Social Studies Club, 3: Drama Club, 5: English, 5' Legislature, 5. H11 HARD POATE STEBBINS 21 Knowles St., Newton Centre 11 hal l1l.l'I'llf' zzbsurdilics you suv. Dirk: Born January 11. 1913: Language: Mason: Harvard: No ambitions: Newtonite, 2. -1: Newtonian. 3. '1-2 Class Executive Com- mittee, 3: English Club. 3, -1-1 Play, 3,11-3 Drama Club. 11-, Play. 4: Chairman Senior Talent Committee, -1: National Honor Sooiety. -'1-. H11'1'1I EMILX TAFI 10 Vllalker SL., Newlonville Sllltifl nfler Ihr' spiruling 01 bl! Born August. 7, 1910: Scientific: F. A. Day: Boston University: To wear unrunningz silk stockings: Class Basketball, 2, 3, 4-, Captain, 11-: Varsity Basketball. 2. 3, 4: Class Baseball, 2. 3, 4-: English Club. 3: Newtonite. 2, 3: Honor Roll, 2, 3. Xl II I IAM BRIDGES STEVENSON 95 Dorset Rd., Vllaban Heading nmkrlh fl full man: conf0rc'nr'0 II rmulv man. Bill. Barney: Bom September 25, 1912: Language: Angier: Williams: Thrift, Teller, 1, 22: Minstrel Show. 1: Boys' Scienre Club, 1: Newtonite. 1, 2, 3. 4: Advertising Manager, 3: Assistant, Business Manager, 4: Senior Play Business Committee, 4: Newtonian Business Staff, 4. OLGA TANKINS 169 Fuller St., Vllest Newton Here she comes appnrrilled like the Spring. Tank-O: Born February 10. 1912: Language: Ilopedale High: To bifferate: Spanish Club, 4: Class Baseball, 3. AN N P LXR 1- LL STRATTON 1082 Centre St., Newton Centre Slim and full of grace as II wirlrl-swept birch. Ann: Born Oetober 19, 1912: Svientilieg Mason: Senior Play: Gym Meet. 1. 2, 3: Basketball. 1, 2, 3. 11 AR HY W1'IS'1'0N 'I'AP1'1iH 16 Floral Pl.. Newton llighlanfls Errn as ll surgeon saws off Ihr 1'l1f1'cled purl. July 31, 1911: Language: Hyde: Harvard: To be a surgeon: Freshman Minstrel Show: llonor Roll. 1 3 Assoriates. -1. 1 -1 1 111111111111111111 1 W- 11111111111111111111111111 W-M 1lllllttltmtt 'lllllth I W' lil llli IIIUX THE N Ei' WTIDN IAN I ICN X 'I'I'Il'CI,-X fill Ilvsl SI., Nlillilllllllll Sin' srlll'l1'1lul14l ull Ihr- lvnrlrl wus yuv. IA-1-1 Iluru AIIHIISI IU, Illlllg f.l0l'l1'1lII It A. Day: To gn into Irusium-ss: llygie-nv Club. 2. Zig II s I I uvru: 1.,I. ISMIISAIIA 'I'llIIAI.I. ll Gro-y Iiirvll 'I'vr., Nvwlunvillr' TIN' nmlh ,Vl'!ll'l1III!l-IIUI' u xlur. Hub: Iiurn .lunv 218. IOIIQ I,:u1p:uu:.'4': IM-wluu Day Svlmolz Ml. Ilnlyukf-1 To bf- :ul uutlmrz I"r4-uvln Club. 3. Ig I"r1-nvh Play, 33 Dfillllii Club. I. 5. Svvrf-Iury. 3: ICIIQIIISII Club 3 NIMH' ICl,IZAl3I'I'l'lI 'l'ICDI'ISCU I Wurwivk Ilcl.. XM-sl Ne-wluu Uh lhix lI'lll'Ill'llfl.' ll lm! u lhinyf il l'.v.' 'l'1-Ildyt Iiuru Sl'llIl'IlllH'l' 8. l0I0g G4-uvrulg IN-irvv: 'N4-umm Iluspilulz Tu bv il nursv: Sm-iul Studi:-s Club. I: Ilunu- I'I1'uuulnim-s Club. I 3' IIIIICIIYUU Q I 'I' ' " Baseball " - . A m.1u:u, .Clam aw: .Li I I Iusw IIIINIKPIIHIII. lg Class Ilzwlu-y. I. IXILLIAM IRWIIN 'l'IlllIiS'I'0N I3 'I'uI't A vv., Wm-sl Ne-wton .llurlz sind-v is Il ll'l'lll'flll'SY. Hill: Iloru Uvlulwr 0. lfll I: Iiusiurss I II:-um-Ili Iiuslnu I nivvrsily Night Svluml. Tu bf' :I lruvc-ling SHIUSIIIHIII Cmllrln-rviul Club, I: 'I'rnllic' Squad. 2. Zi: .Iuniur Xursily Fuulbull. 3: IllI1'l'llH'lIIill1' l"'oollmII. I: 'I'r:u'k. 2. IS: llns:-Imll, 2, Zig Nlullu Club. II. 'XIII ' i'I'II.-X kI.I'rIilI'l'A 'l'IIUNlI'SOIN llll Walnut SI..lN1-vxlml lliglnlumls .lull ull flu fullnu' lu llly lmul. Iiuru Mums! Ih. IUII: I,:ung:uuggs-, IS: Svivu- 1'. I: Ilylle-3 Colby: 'I'u bv an nurxvl Ilunrl, l: l'lll'SII'2l. I. RHI!!-III'I' XX ILLINNI 'I'lXlliIl'I 205 Iligllluull Avv.. llvsi Nvmlmn lm' me .war ulnnq Ihr' high rorul. Bob: Ilurll S"lll4'llllN'l' Ill. IUIIIQ IVIJIIIIPIIIZII- im-wi I". A. Day: Nl, I. 'I',: 'llu bv :ln 1ll'I'lHl2lllIl4'2lI l'llg.IIIlQ't'Y'2 Nlphu 1-:uuluu Inu, I. I-XS IVHNNCIS 'l'II0llN'I'0'N I0l Auburmlulv Ave-., Allllllfllllllll' .Hun ix u lrml-lnukilly unimnl, Quuuy: Burn fNm1-ulbvr IIS, IUII3 Ilusiuvss: Ilurri Ilzulin Svlumli 'l'r:lIII1' Squzul. 2. fl: flom- ' I Clmrux I 'I 'S -rl-ml Club, CI I.NIiI.I'fS I5I,.NCIxI,I'1INII'I 'l'I IN lx ICH C553 I,nvu'II AVP., INPVNIOIIVIIII' lfvllrr' lnlr' lhun m':'1'r. llIlIl'I Iiuru April II, IOIl: NliIIIlPllISllI1'SI IXPPKIIIIIIII Iliglnz Durlnmulll: To bf' za bunk:-r: Fonlbull. I. 2. Il: 'I'r:u'k, I. 2. 5: Iiuslwlbull. 1. -xi Iluml. -I. lvf 'CLASS QF 192 EJ ALYCIC N IHTUE TOMPKINS 29 Oak St., Nvwton Upper Falls ll hol ll sliyhl r1n1lplPo.w1r1l lilllf' pPrson.' Tommy:V Born May 21, 19103 Conf-ralg Emerson: Gym MP:-t, 1. 2, 33 Thrift Tf'll4'T. 21 Tvnnis rllournanwnt, 3, 1. MARY CATIIICHYN TRACY 117 Pearl St., Nvwton Bloom in ' Bloom ing. Nlavz Born Svptrnlbvr 29. 19112 C14-ricalg Bige-low: ClPIIlIllf'FK'11ll Club. 1. MILDRICD ESTELLE TOMPKINS 3111 Centre- St., Ne'-wton I am II purl of all I'1'e mel. Millie-: Born May 3, 1910: Business: lligf-low, Coinmorrial Club, -L. FRANCIS NVESLICY 'I'URlYER 95 Bridgn St., Nvwton H0 is u lillle Chimney and healed hol in o moment. Bud: Born Ovtobf-r 23, 10111 llusiuf-ss: F.A.Day. AI.ICl'I TOUIIEY 567 Commonwealth Avo., Newton Cf-ntre A szrffel girl groduule in auburn hair. Al: Born Septembffr 16. 1910: General: Mason: Katherine Gibbs Schoolg To be a buyvr: Homo l'Iconomic's Club, 3, -1: Lunch- roorn Squad. 33 Outdoor Convvrt, 2, 43 Class Baskvtball. 2. JANIES KINTBALI. UFFU1117 2211 Central St.. Auburndale Through lhe purple nlylzl I hmrrl yrrol ll'liIlflS onrl a molar purrirzg. .limmiog Born August 28, 10101 Ge-uvralg Burr: Photograpliic School: Band, 2, ZS. 'tg fllvv Club, 3, 4: Aviation Club, lg 1,un1'hroom Squad. 2, 3, -13 Newtonita, 1, 2. liD1'l'1I TRACY 11 Fvnno Rd., Newton Ccntrc- .Lorr is fair, ond lore is rare: buf low' gum lrghlly over. .Horn August 6, 10101 Gr-nvralz Brighton lligh: To bn an aviatrix: Sovial Studios Club, 1. CONSTANCE ll1'llAM 209 Mt. Vs-rnon St., Vlivst Newton Anil m"f'r' zlifl 6ll'l'l'l.l1f7 Ph lsrl Iran' A Nvmph, o No iozl, or o Graff' Qfjirwr form, or ll1I'l'li!'f'f'fll'0. Connic-1 Horn Marc-h 23, 71911: Languag:-1 l'e-irm-3 Conrwrtivut: Alpha llama Tau. l. 2: llonor Roll, 1: Social Studios Club, -1: lingzlish Club, 5. lrfl THE 1YIEIDV'f QM IAN I'IS'I'IIEIt CI'1Ll'IS'l'li NARA l085 Clwstnut St., Newton llppvr Falls Today I muy, Inmorrou' I nziyhl. ICs: Born July III, IQOOQ Ge-m-ral: l'iln1-rson: Nliss Vl'Iifjr-locks: Uuldoor Convf-rt. 3: fiyrn Nlvvt, li Class liaskvtball. I. MARY l'Il.IZAlIIC'IilI NN .IXLNXOIITII OIII Cvutrv Sl., Nc-wton C4-ulrf' -tml us I ll'l'Ill llIl'llV. luv' llwnnlv IIPIII' Xl.lll'I'l'lAl!V fnllv uwl lrillz nw. lla-lsy: Born April 3. IUI I: LZIIILZIIIIQJPZ Mason: Y assar: Alpha III-la. 2: Frm-slunan l'Iu-c-11llu- fi0lIllIllItf'f'g IN:-xxtonih-, 2: Alplia tlanima 'lau. 2: Class Ilot-lu-y, I. 2, II, Ig Yarsily llovlu-y, II, 1: lfnglisli Club. l: I.ibrury Club. l, l,lYClI5ifN IIONIAN N IAINICY lluvvn St.. Iloxvr AIIIIIVV url' rvllfawl hui fmt' llI'l' rhosrfll. Goose-2 Aliorni July I I. IUIQQ' TX'I1-vlizuxicalg Dovvr Illgll: Io bv a rnm:Ixanu'al CIIUIIIUPFZ Aviation Club, 4. tlI'IIi'l'RlIlDIi l'I,I5l'INl'I WNIIII 8 St. .Izunf-s Ct ., Nvwton Hou' Il'ISl', ham' nublf, young wml rurrlv fmllllwl. Gurglvs' llorn Juno 26. IUIQL Langguagv: Big:-low: Katlwrinc- Gibbs Svlioolz Class llovkvy, I, 2, II, I: Varsity lloc-kvy, I, II, I: Class liasl-u-tball, l, 21 Drama Cluib. -li lfngrlisln Club. -l: I-ym M4-vt. I, 2, .Iz Lhorus, I. J: ANNA KA'I'III'IlIIINIC YOLIIIC 8 Nonantum Rd., Nvvston II illlllillfl snlilvx by lilllr' u'1'lrx. Dodo: Born N'I2lI'l'll Isl, IUIIL Clvrivalg Big:-low: Nt-wton Hospital: To bv u nursc-. KI'INNIi'I'II MORRISON NN AHIIICN 24 Nlountfort Hd., Newton Ilighlands llix bizildings shall lower, u silffnl lribulv lo num. Kvnz Iiorn August, III. lflll: lVlatl1c'lnaIif's1 Ilydv: IVI. I. T.: To bv an tII"l'l!llf't'l, and vn- gim-vrg Boys' Svivxlvv Club, I: Honor Roll, I: Band. 2. 3, fl: Alpha Gannna Tau. 1: Lllllfll' room Squad, Zig Trailir' Squad. II. OLIYIA IIAZEL YIIIILICUMIICR 53 Jackson Hd., Nvwton ,'llu.v1'r hulh rhurms Io xuolhf' the SIIPUQIP brmsl. Buddy: Born July 3, l0Il: flvnvralzr F. A. Day: Curtis Instilutv ol' lwusix-3 Class Urvlws- tra, 2, II: Varsity Orvlwstra. 2. 3. 4: Convvrt Nlistrvss, -Ig English Club, 3, 43 llonor Roll. 2. MARGARET MOON I-I W A It Il If N 3 Ransom lid., Nvwton Cvntrv An fzrpunenl of lll'lll.l"l'f'l7lf?fI'S in Ihr' nlh d1'ql'1'r', Iiunkivz Born Juno 13, l9ll: Languagvl liaison, Vassarg To become rcullv skinny: Alpha Beta, I, 2, Vice-I'rr-side-nt, Ig Alpha Gamma Tau. 2, 3: Frvnvh Club. II: Library Club, ZS, 4, 5, Pri-sidvnt. 5: linglisli Club, II. Ir, 5, Yim"l'rf-sitlvilt. -IA, l'rc-sidvnt. 5: National Ilonor Sovivty, 4, 5. Nico-I'rvsid0nt, 5: Drama Club, 4, 51 Varsity liuslu-tball. 2. II: Yarsily Fic-ld llovlwy. II, Il, 3, lVIanagf'r, 5: Girls' Atllls-til' Board. 41S0c're't:nry. I. 'fs I CLASS UF 192.9 XYALTER DEXTER WARREN. JR. 591 Centre St.. Newton There have lo be fools lo nmlee the rcs! fd' us think u'e'r0 sane. VVaIlie: Born July 0. 1011: Language: Bigelow: Dartmouth: To do advertising: Legis- lature. 1. 2, 1-1 Honor Roll, 1. 2: Class Base- ball. 1: Class Football. 1: Baseball, 2, 3, -I: Senior Play. -1-1 Alpha Beta, 2: English Club. 3: Drama Club, -1: Newtonian Staff. 3, -l: Ili-Y. 3, lx Class Orchestra. I, 2: Newtonite. 2. MARGARET WEBBICR 1165 Centre St.. Newton Her PPI'-V qlliclncxs mrzceuls ri 771011111111-II of lCIIUIl'll'lIj1P. Peggy: Born .Iune 2. 1012: Lang Simmons: To do something well Alpha Gamma Tau. 2: English Hockey, 1. 2. 1: Honor Boll. 1, 2: 1, 2, ZS: Basketball, 1. 2. JOHN STEVE VYASILEVSKI 210 Abbot St., Newton Upper Falls -'and hp plaved gulf all day and more. Baldy: Born September ll, 1911: Steno- graphif: Emerson: To do office work: Golf, I, 2, Captaln. 3, Manager. -1: Trallic Squad. 3. uage: Bigelow: Alpha Beta, 22 Club. -1-: 'Class Gym N11-et, Cl IARLES SM ITI I WIC BST ER -14 Thaxter Bd., Newtonville Verbnlinz . Charlie: Born February 24. 10123: Lanuuage: F. A. Day: Dartmouth: To be a lawyer: Alpha Beta, 2: French Club 2. 3. 11: Play. 2: National Honor Society, 3. 4: Junior Varsity Baseball, 3: Senior Play Committee, 4: llonor Roll. 3. HARRIET LUCY WATTS 10 Washington Pk., Newtonville .Moderation is the chain fy' all virtues. Harri Lou: Born December 2, 1010: Lan- guage: F. A. Day: Wheaton: To graduate from college: French Club, 4: Class Basketball, 4, 5: Class Hockey. 5: Varsity Hockey. 5: Gym Meet, 2. 3, 4: Newtonite, 5. ALICE LOUISE VVELCH 101 River St., Vllest Newton T00 innocent for coquelry. Al: Born October 3. 1900: General: Peirce: 130589-NISSODZ To be an aviatrix: Band. 3. I: Class Orchestra, 3: Gym Meet. 1, 2. ELIZABETH IIELEN VVEBBEH 65 VVithington Bd., Ne-wtonvillc Come, qirr' us Il laxlv of your IIIIIIIIIIQV. Lib: Born October 12. 1012: Scientific: Brockton Iliggh: Boston University: To be a chemist: Newtonite. 2: French Club. Il, l. PAUL JOSICPII WEIA ill 01 Broadway St., Newtonville Nculrirws QI' flress. and rlcfuzliness Qf mun- lt'II!llI4'l'. Lefty: Horn August 110, 1000: ltusint-ss: F. A. Day: To colnnlencc business: Track Il, I, llllltlllll tml +I lllllltlllllllllllltlllllwlt t t wmlll'llll'llllllllI'lllllllllllllllllllllll t..:.tttt. iw mm Mlm tt.tt.t t 1:5 Till? N 3' WT UN IAN 'I'lIONI XS PAITI, WIIITIC 67 lflwrry l'l.. llvsl Nvvston I lllllllf I'lll'f',' I funk Iikr' ll qnml Sflllfflll, 'l'nmg IN-ir4'r-, Horn F1-lbrualry ll, IUIIL Svivlllilirg 'Xl ARTII X WIGIIT 25 Murvlund Aw-.. N4-wlun ffvnlrf- Tha- rare, :'uprir1'4.11v lm-4-linvxx :gf un .flpril :lay Mzlrlyi llorn .Nlurvlnl 23, .lflllg Gm-na-ml :XIZISOHZ lu Sjlvflillljll' Ill HIIISIPQ llumv ltvu- llmlllrs Club, 51 l':ll,2!llSll Club, 'IQ Yurslly film' Llub, .w. XX lI.l.l XXI TISDALIS Wlll'l'li ll liflinhuro Pl., Ne-vstonvillv .1 num II1lSXI'SNf'll of lJll'llSlH'P. 'liillx liurn Uvlulwr 210. H1003 lmllglmga-3 It X. Dnyg Nortluvzuslr-rrxg 'lb ,gn into lmsinvss. Jl'NlC NNILBAR fl llum'0c'k Aw-.. Na-wlon flvlllfl' Illlfkf lmrkf Ihr lurk al 'Il'1Il'!'llvS flflll' xillgys. Burn Juni- 20, l0ll:l..uxguug1-3 xl1lSllllIS?ll'illI L?lVVl'l'IlK':I'2 To ln- il gruml opera singvr: Alpha Bc-tu. li N :nrsily Orvln-sim. 2. 35 llunur Hull, I: lfngglisll Club, I: l.1'gislull1rv, 11 ll1lSlx4'llNlll, l, 2, fig Gym N14-cl. l. 2. HLKDYS N. WIIITNPIY ll NYiswull St., NV-sl Nvwlon l'r'n wanna! Il'l'l.1l', nor brush pain! lwr .vlvrlirrg qurllilivs. Hlud: Burn May 23, l0l:Z1 Gvncrul: Nath-k Iligh: To he an nurse: English Club, -l: Nvw- Iunilv liusim-ss Stuff, 3, 'lg llunor Hull, l, 2. 11 Hyun Mm-vl. 41 Outdoor Conn-rl, fl. li0liliIiT CAMl'l!l'll,l. VN ILKIE 27 Clark St., lYf'VVl0Il Cvnlre- A more Iilfllxllllf ll'l.Hl-Ilfl boy I n'r'r rliri kllllllk liolrzfllnrn Now-nllwr IS. 19002 Sc-ie-nliliv: Ilyrlv: Cormjll: L4-gislulure-, 2. 3. lv. 5: llovlu-y 'l'1-'nn ll 5' Uhr-Pr l wnvlm-r 5' Ili-Y Vlub 3 1 ,,.,, . ,Q .-. . Ml-ll,I'l"I'A A MELIA WIESI-I 085 VVnlnuI SI., N4-wlon llighlumls Siu' IIIIIIV bv quivl. shf' rnuy lm slzy, Bu! xvv Ihr' IllISl'hllff H1 hrr r1w', Nlillivg Born August Ill, Wll: Sl:-llugruplnivg Janne-S Club, l. Nlzulisun lligh: Bnlsille-sw: English AIi'l'lll'R RUSS XS USUN 2I I Cvnlrul Sl.. Auluurndulv lliqlz llmughl ami illllillblf' u'u1'1l.v. Art: llurn April T. 10103 Sm-ivntiiir: Burr: Huston lhnivc-rsity: Tu sm-ll lIlSllf'Zlllf'l'1 Base-- lmll. 2, fl, 1, 5: lli-Y fflub, 3, I, Ylvt'-l,I'I'SlIlf'lll. 53 llunor Hull, 1, 5: Tranllim' Squad 1, 53 l.um'llrunln Squad. -l-. 5. l fall CLASS OE: LL 92 9 DONALD JAMES WINSLUVS' 1 15 VVoor1lani1 Rd., Auburnilale If nofhing is .wzirl llwrr"s nnlhing In rnrplnin. Dont Born 1jPf'f'Ill1lf"I' 21. 1011: Language: Burr: Tufts: To teavhg Varsity Orrhr-stra, 2, I-: Alpha Beta. 2: Math Club Play, 1. ARNOLD C1111 DUN NYUUDWARD 0 -81 Melrose SI., Auburndalc 111V-dI'Sl.!1II.S' unrl lnlwrs uml llSfH.l'Illl.0llS are my fr wmls. VVoorlivg Horn October 10, 19087 Snielltiliv: Burr: lxirk-sville Colle-ge: Newtonite. 3. -1: S0l'1Ell Studies Club, 3. 1: Lune-hroom Squad. 21, 1. RICHARD B011 DEN NVINSIAJW' 21- Tarlvton 11f1., Newton Centre A closed mnulh Nil:-l1r's noflies. Dick: Horn June 29, 1012: Langguage: Mason: Brown: To be a lawyer: Newtonian, 3: Honor 11011, 15111-YClub, Al-, 5. HLSIE KATIIEHINE NYUUDVVAHD 281 Melrose St., Auburnrlale- Surh ll Ivcrlllh of qulrlvn 1'urlx.' Sunny: Born Septelnbf-r 11, 1011: Steno- graphiv: Burr: Boston University: To be a private- secretary: Home 1':1'UIl0ll11l'S Club, 2: Drama Club. 1-: Sovial Studia-s Club, -1. CATIIERINE WINSUH 189 Mt. Vernon Sl., West Newton The Sll'PPf perstifzdinq rhelorii' QI' dark F-VBS. Kay: Born Septvmbe-r 23, 1912: Language: Providence Classii-al llighg Mt. llolyoke: '1'o graduate from college: National llonor Society. 11, 4: English Club, N1-g Legislature. 1-. FRANCES ESTA W'00DVVUH'1'11 51 Hyde St., Newton llighlands The young person who vonrerllecl hrr rum zrillz enormous wzsdonz . Tis. Titter: Born February 18, 1913: Lan- guage:11yt1e: Greenbrier: To star on Broad- way: Varsity Orchestra. 2, 3, 1: Class Or- chestra, 1, 2. 4: Honor Roll, 1: Class llovkoy, lg Class Baseball, 2: Class Basketball. 1, Captain. 2, 3: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 21. IIAZEL RADCLIFFE WOUD 4170 Chestnut, St.. VVaban Speaking of angels! Bazm-1: Born May 23, 1912: Language: Angier: Vassar: To excel in something: Honor 11011, l, 2: Class Basketball. 1. 2: Gym Meet. 1, 2, 3, 4: English Club, 3, -1: Library Club, 21. Vice-President. 41: Drama Club, 41: Senior Play: Class Dance Committee, 3, l-: Legislature, 3. CONSTANCE W111G11'l' 681 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Dignilbv llllllll'1SIll,'II1. Connie: Born February 211, 1012: 1.ang:uag:4': Mason: Vassar: To play thc bass drum: Alpha 114-ta, 2: Alpha Gannna Tau, 2: llonor Roll, 1, 2: English Club, 21, 4: Library Club. 11, fl: National Ilonor Sovivty, 3, 4: Gym Ms-e-t, 1, 2: llasketball. 2, 3. UT TEES N Ei' WT UNIAN HICIIAIID HUIN'l'lNG'I'0N YYIIIGIIT 64- lloyva- llcl., Ne-vulon Centro ,fl lilllc rlnrzxrrixf' mm' and llmn lx 1'0l1'.wl11'd by lhv u'i.w'xl nwn. 'llivlcz Ilorn Nlay T, IUIU: Sci:-nlilivz North Illgh, xxUl'l'l'Nll'l'I l'niw'rsiIy ol' Soulbc-rn California. ANTIIUNY IXOGICII ZICULIA ITI Chain-I Sl., Nlvllilllllllll ' Circ lhix :luv my llililil' u'1u'k and l'lI earn In-v bl'f'lIl1. Zoo. Zola: Born Juni' 10, 10l0glIusim-sm I". A. Day, 'l'o bv a sale-slnan. NI N IUUIIIIC ll Yl'I'l'll HW Xl inmlsor lid., lYaban .lx good lo lm nal of Ihr' zvur-ld, ax ou! 1llifIISl1l.UII. Midge-1 Born Marvh IT, l9l2: Languaggvg Angivrg Callus-rinc liibbx: To drixv a raving: car: llonor lloll, 1: Gym Moot, I, 2, II, Library Club. 3. NI: Danrl- lIUlIlllllllI'0. 2: Candy Com- IIIIIIPC S1-nior Play: llaska-lball. I, 2. IIICIIARD CIIENIQY ZULLEII 19 Yinm-nt St.. W4-st Ncwlon Aflicu, dear -voufhg your hmrl run m"0r be wrznlinq. Dick: ll-orn January 2, l9Il: Scicnlilivg F. A. Dayg St. Lawn-nce Univ:-rsityg Alpha Ganuna 'l'au, 4: Ilaslu-tball, 23 Junior Varsity Hockey, 3. AVIS YEARY 30 Grove Hill Ave., Newtonvillc ller lively looks a sprighlly mind dis:-lose. Bom December 26, 10113 Stvnographic-3 Southwest. Harbor, Maine: To bo a librarian and a good one: Alpha Beta, l: English Club, 45 Library Club, 4: Anti-Humming Hide Speaking Contvst, Ig Senior Play, 43 Nvwtonilc Business Staff, -I-. ANNA COLEMAN 252 Islington Rd., Auburndalc Hou' uvll our 0.rpr1'.vsior1s fndirnle our mfmls. Ann: Born Marvlx 25, I9lI: H1-nf-ral: Burr: lloslon Svhool ol' 04-vupalional 'l'h1-rapyg llonu: l':l'0ll0lllll'S Club, 4: lingrlish Club, II. NIIIIMAN Flllflllllllli YOUNG IIW llowo Sl., Auburnrlalv lfu-1-ll llmu luml llfyllll. III! nn, Yuluz Iiorn S1'llll'llllN'l' II, IUIIQ S1-ivnlilic-1 llurrg Nl. I. 'I'.: 'l'o write-1 Sl'l1'lIf'l' lflub, I1 l4lllll'lIfUlllll Squad. fl. I. FIIANCIS Ulllill 1223 Xlarml Sl., lNl'XNlUlll,I1'llll'l? ll lml plmsrzrv il is lo lu? u mml man, nom' bu! u mml num lmmvs. Obivz Ilorn May I0, I9I0gSvie-uIili1': Nlasoui ,Mnbilion to slucly r'onnn4-rvial art: llonor Roll, fl, I: SCll'Ill'l' Club. 11 lllvc Club, II, I1 Sovial Sluxlil-S Club, II, lg Drama Club. -Ig Svnior Play flfllllllllllvfl Drama Club Play. ,I Imf. MI" full CLASS DF 1 92 9 ROY ARTIIUR RERGESEN 25 NVhit1owe Rd., W4-sl. Newton An ourzre rf lovvully is 1l'lll'llI ll pnuml1gft'lr1w-lzess. Born September 15. 10119: Business: Vein-0: T0 110 il llelllist- ESTHER COLEMAN T0 xNY2iSl1ll1L!lUl1.l,l'i.. Nt-wtonville Axle ln have fl alum'-rzrrrl il is dmzw. Rorn September 12. 1011: Language: F. A. Day: Ruston University: Rand. 2: Alpha Gannna Tau. 21 French Club, 3, 4: Drama Cluh. 1. JOIIN THOMAS DILLWORTH 5316 XYalnul Si.. Na-xxtonville Ilonil l1lIl'l'.V,' iI'S loo quell 11 lilly. Jack: Rorn June 10. 1011gLanguage: F. A. Day: Yale: Intermediate Baseball, fl: Track. 13 Junior Varsity Base- ball: Hockey, 2. JAMES G. DUN LEAVY h 62 Rritlgf-QSI.. For llzere was never ,vel phllosoplier. Tha! muld endure lhe lnullmvlze pf1liz'r1ll,v.' Newton Jim, Jimmie: Rorn August. 10. 1011: Vocational- Auto: F. A. Day: To fully understand the principles of aeronautirs. EVERETT THOMPSON FULLER 11-l- 1'Ianr'o1'k St.. Auburndale NlllllfP'S gills are pr'l'4-eless. . Rugged: Born September 13. 1911: Mathemativs: VVoost.er High, Ohio: M. I. T.: To he an electrical engineer: Basketball, 2. 3, 4: Lunchroom, 3, -l: Math Club. 3. 1: English Club, 2. ROBERT ALEXANDER GIBSON 300 Centre St.. Newton He had lhnl grave of being. uvilhoul alloy Qlifnp or beau, 0 finished grnllemun. Gibby: Rorn March 4, 1911: Mathematics: VVestminster School, Simsbury, Conn.: Dartmouth: To specialize in music. DAVID EMMET GRIFFIN A sober and iI1dlLS'll'lUIIS Avoulh. Rom April 23. 1909: Printing: Our Lady's: To work on Ruston News Bureau. CALISTA MACFARLAND Lay my ashes on Ihr wind. Cal: Rorn June 22, 1912: Language: VVinnwood. N. Y.: Radelit1'e: Shakespearean Contest. 2: Raskethall, 2: Club, 3: Prize-Speaking Contest.. -1: Newtonite, Literary Editor, 3, 1113 Newtonian, 1. JOIIN ORR 20 Fay:-tteASt., Mtv' smiles musl be sincere. or rm! nl all. Born July 26. 1910: Printing: F. A. Day: To do printing at IIote1 Vendolne. KINGSTON CADY SMITII U l l 371 1Valtham St... 1Vest Villain and he are nmn-v miles nsunder. Kinky: Born September 25, 1011: Classival. 1, Seientilie, 2. 3, 43 Peirce: RI. A. C.: Varsity Orchestra, 2. 3, .lg Band, 3, 4: Indoor Trark, 4-: Baseball. 1: Newtonite, 1: Outdoor Track, 4: Class Orchestra, 1. 2, ZS, tl-1 Dalby St., 1T3I Beavon St., Newton VVaban History Newton Newton Varsity PIIILH' SCULLY . . n I9 Fairview St., Newton Rich U1 Saving COITIIIIUII-Sf'IISO. Phil: Rorn May 41. 1910: General: Somerville High: Cornell: Varsity Hockey. 5. MARY DOROTHY SUPIINO 100 FI'l't'Illil1l St., Alllltlfllllitlff Mellow rnoons of Uld Iluly ll"IlSf1t'l' lo me longingly. May! Rorn May 25, 1011: Stenographiv: Rurr: To own a villa in Florenrw-3 Commervial Cluh. 1: Honor Roll, 4: Gym Meet. 1. MARJORIE TROWRRIDGE 31 Vlydt- St., Ne-wtonville AS.fllSf'l'IlfllIllfl II uvunzruz as fre melfnr' long years. Marge: Born December 23, 1010: General: F. A. Day: Leland Powers: Glee Club, -1. RICHARD DONEL VVAGNER 117 Cypress St., Newton Centre There was fl vrmna' of l'Pl'f'll'-V by nigfhl. Dick: Born January 5, 1011: Seientilie: Hyde: Northeastern: To go into the advertising husiness: Con- stitutional Convention, 1: Honor Roll, 1, 5: Legislature. 1. 1: Baseball, 2. EDWARD HUGH WATERS 212 Emerson St.. Newton Long over his books dulh he loil and lfwes lo .vpenrl llze Illl-fillilllll oil. Soapy: Born 1010: Business: Bigelow: Undeeided. HENRY JACKSON VVEIDNER 48 Fair Oaks Ave.. N'-wtonville llflen are qflen muxlers of lheir fules. Jack: Born November 11, 1009: Mathematics: F. A. Day: Harvard: Intermediate Raskethall. 1: Varsity, 3: Legislature, 5. 1tllllllllltllllt..tt:lllillUWM it H1wwitWNWllllliltttlltt l.ittV fill Errfl 1 tr- L . f , --if DIL ffV"J.JkO1YIE.?l1Yj TH NINEUFEEN T' ifVE1ilT'fKJNI1Yl E History of the Senior Class WILLIAM Brmiwono Cow: HE Class of 1929 has come to the cross-roads. For the last. time we hav e walked through the corridors of Newton lligh School as pupils. Today we face life. l.et us pause a moment and look back over these four years which have seen us pass through all the trials and tribulations of this scholarly existence. "All the world's a stage And all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances: And each man in his time plays many parts, llis acts being seven ages. At first the infant. Mewling and puking in his nurse's arms .... " In the class which was organized under the guidance of Miss Riley in l923, Dora Cummings was president, John Orr. vice-president: Carolyn Lewis, secretary: and 'Xnna Barrett. treasurer. lt was in the civics classes of this group that the famous Anti-Bumming Hide Campaign was originated. ln scholarship '29 began by getting,and keeping for the year, the highest position on the honor roll as published in the Newtonite. Marion Nason ably represented her class in the Prize- Speaking Contest, where she was one of the nine finalists chosen by the process of elimination from the entire school. "And the whining school-boy, with his satchel And shining morning face, creeping like a snail Unwillingly to school .... " ln the elections of that year, Evan B. Collins was made president: Aliss tfummings. x ice- presidentg and Rena Spain and Faith Foster secretary and treasurer respectively. Fred Burton was elected president of the Freshman-Sophomore English Club which early in the year spon- sored a declamation contest for members of the two lower classes. The winner was Nlarjorie Birrelg Buth Black won second prize, and John Beaufort won honorable mention. The class began to participate actively in the ot.her extra-curricula activities of the school. Some of the sophomores gained positions on the junior and intermediate squads. and some of the girls contribut.ed to the success of the field-hockey and basketball teams. Among the members of the newly organized Newton High School Band were many sophomores. Nlembers of this class gained places in the other musical organizations, and on the Newtonite Staff. "And then the lover, Sighing like furnace, with a woeful ballad Made to this mistress's eyebrow .... " In this, the third year of its existence, Norman Payne was chosen to lead his class. Katherine Sprague was made vice-presidentg Norma Morgan. secretary, and Jeannette Man ning. treasurer. Among the men who were responsible for Newton's football victories this year were the following juniors: Norman Payne. William Reilly. Francis Duane, Daniel llarrington. Joe tiilligan, Stanley Brown, Everett Scheinfein fcaptain-electl. The traditional junior dance. the Feminine Follies, proved as great a success as ever. The music of the B. U. Buccaneers made it one of the outstanding social events of the year. When on February 22, at the Boston Arena, Newton's hockey team won the school's seventh championship within eleven years, this group numbered among its members the following juniors: Allie Fletcher, Harrington, Reilly, Robert VVilkie, Gilligan, Dick Gardener. Langdon Powers. and James Brown, captain. The Newton Chapter of the National llonor Society admitted some thirty juniors. Since membership in this organization requires. not only scholastic ability. but the four essential traits of character, service. loyalty and scholastic achievement. it is with no small amount of pride that we speak of this group. THE N WTIJIYIIAN "Then a soldier. lfull of strange oaths and bearded like the pard. .lealous in honor. sudden and quiek in quarrel. Seeking the bubble reputation liven in the eannon's mouth .... Nt an assembly on tletober Iird, the elass of '29 ollieially started its last year by making plans for the senior play. to be given Deeember T and 8. The eommittee whieh they ehose was eomposed of Collins. ehairman: Norman lf. llarris. Betty Pratt, Nlargaret. W. Wiarren, and W. Bradford tloye. At the sehool eleetions, tletober 30th. Payne was ehosen president of the senior elass and of the legislature. The lirst viee-president was ltiehard W'. lteynolds: the seeond. Barbara Nieholsg the seeretary. Stanley C. Browng and the treasurer. Miss Morgan. Coaeh Sullivan's outfit "brought home the turkey" from Brookline, with a seore of 3-0. This vietory placed Newton ina tie with its aneient rival for seeond plaee in the League standing. "Captain .links of the llorse Marines" was the play ehosen for the senior produetion this year. Miss Morgan played the part of a young opera star. beloved of C. Cushman Clapp and his two eompanions. C. Martyn Kingsland and John M. lliteheoek. With Miss llaworth eoaehing and Doetor Land at the business end. the play was an unpreeedented sueeess. The senior "Duteh Treat" danee was given under the direetion of Arthur Noble and his Committee. in late November. The B. U. Bueeaneers played. Paul Shannon 8: Company daneed and sang. "Nuff sed!" The seniors were well represented on the Newtonite this year. as is evideneed by the following group. who won eharms for exeeptional serviee: Warren T. Berry. Cove. Beed Champion. .lane M. llermann. Marion I.. Nlellus. Claire B. Fisk. Collins. Miss Cummings. Calista A. MaeFar- land. tlertrudo M. Pearsall. Xlary Belle Lennox. Lorraine Phipps. P. Sidney Carter and William B. Stevenson. Although our traek team did not win the state meet. it did break two reeords. The relay team of Bob Ewing. lteynolds. Nate Pearson. and Kilburn Adams elipped Qyg seeonds off the reeord. while Ewing broke the reeord in the fifty-yard dash. Carl Peseosolido was an outstanding traek man this year. making good reeords in both the shot-put and the fifty-yard dash. Newton's hoekey team. eaptained by llarrington, fought. through a suceessful season. al- though it. lost. the ehampionship. ln the preliminary round in the League. it defeated every team eyeept Melrose. who won 2-tl in a fast game. ln the Arena Series Newton defeated Cambridge and tied llindge. but lost to Melrose again. this time by a 2-sl seore. The senior talent. assembly was presented late in Mareh under the direetion of lliehard Stebbins, Nliss ltiehardson eoaehing. At the end of the program. to the great surprise of the audienee. our old friend Mr. Bac-on walked in and said "llello" to the elass. The girls' basketball team elosed a sueeessful season in a game with the alumnae. Among the outstanding senior players this year. are lxatherine l.oeke and limily Dunleavy. In hoekey. too, Nliss Dunleayy proxed herself a good player. Other sueeessful players were: Ann Baker. Miss Nlellus, Margaret W arren. Nliss Loeke. 'Xliss Pratt. and Mary Nloriarty. l.ast. but by no means least. the llonor Soeiety elaims our attention. Some twenty-tive mem- bers ol' Ilre elass were aeeepted into this organization at the last drawing in April. So have the lirst four aets in this play of life passed. l.et us leave Newton lligh Sehool better prepared to eontinue threugh life as we follow the ,Avon bard's stage-direetions: "f'kml then the justiee. ln fair round belly with good eapon lined. With eyes severe and beard of formal eut. l"ull of wise saws and modern instanees: And so he plays his part .... " AU BEVOIB l - 1 l ml 4-f-J-ffl ' JI-'T.2c"'T , 1 ' 4 ' 1' fVM5 l-C.L-l HL j gif' T313 NBUVT UNJAN Junior Class Officers ' u Spain Morgan HPINIJII ,luniur Class Officers I'rv.w'f1ml. Janna-S Bc-:Nm lsllfl'-I,f'PSilll'Ilf, Pwrm Spain Svrrvlfzry. Flvunor Binglmm TFf'iI-9llfl'I'. llvla-n Xlwrgull . I :uh N IN 3111233551 T'iNE.2NTiZ3N1'1YIE, History of the Junior Class Nl Am' A LICE EAToN HHN we look back at the world which. as freshmen, we decided to conquer, we realize that we did not boast in vain. After our get-acquainted party in September. we elected Phillip fiiddings for president. with George llutchinson vice-president: Doris Benson. secretary: and Dorothy Bowen. treasurer. The freshmen were invited to participate in athletics and to join the Alpha Beta and the llome Economics Club. In the short story contest for classes IX and X, sponsored by Alpha Beta. two freshmen. Catherine Thompson and Olive Riley, won first and second prizes respectively. As sophomores we accomplished much more. At the annual election of' officers we chose James Benson for president: Fred Sehipper, vice-president: Ilelen Brooks. secretaryg and Rena Spain. treasurer. All year the sophomores vied with the upperclassiiien for first place on the schol- arship roll, as printed in the Newtonite. at the end of' each marking period. The junior Drama Club. an organization formed this year for the first time in the life of the school. accepted eleven sophomores as members. This club serves as a feeder for the senior Drama Club by giving the would-be actors a preliminary training in stage-craft. The members of this class were active in Alpha Beta and two of its officers. Spencer Rockwood and Miss Brooks, were chosen from our ranks. During National Book Week, the class put on a student talent assembly to entertain the freshmen. Later in the season the class held its annual gym dance. In athletics the girls led the seniors a merry race for the hockey numerals. but were defeated in a final fast game with a score of one to nothing. Five girls won places on the varsity squad, which closed the season undefeated. In the girls' tennis tournament Nlarjorie Morse. Esther Turner, and Elizabeth Perry ably represented the sophomore class. At. the annual gym meet, much to the surprise of the upper classmen, the tenth-graders tied with the juniors for first place. Now as juniors we have come into our own. We elected Benson for president. Nliss Spain. vice-president, Eleanor Bingham, secretaryg and Helen hlorgan. treasurer. Juniors have become members of all the major organizations of the schoolg some twenty-five young actors have been honored with membership in the senior Drama Club. The Newtonite. the official weekly paper of the school, has had many juniors on its staff. From this class has been chosen its board of editors for next year. Giddings was made 'liditor-in-chief. and Fred Wing. the new business manager, and Constance Potter received Newtonite charms. an honor con- ferred upon studcnts who have rendered the paper exceptional service. Frederick Burton, the only junior to reach the finals in the annual junior-senior Prize-Speak- ing Contest, captured first prize with his rendering of George Lippard's "The Unknown Speaker." Twenty-five juniors have had the honor of election to the National Honor Society which, for its requirements, has superiority in the four essential qualities of character, service, loyalty, and scholastic ability. In athletics the juniors have starred. The success of' the girls' hockey teaiu is partially due to its junior members: Miss Spain, Natalie Welch, and Barbara Goodrich. The junior class basketball team played a successful season. In the boys' world of athletics the juniors have won posit.ions on all of the major teams. ln boys' track there are Charles Ilall. John Mullen, Nathan Pearson. and Fred Burton. next ycar's captain. Gordon Naylor gained a position on the tennis team. Next year's captain of hockey is Schipper, who skated his way through many a fast game this year. Ellsworth Lawrence has proved his worth in basketball. and Mullen and Schipper made their letters in varsity football. together with Phil Andres. Bill Bell. llenry Furden. Tom Nlclinany. Frank Perry, and Gardner Reynolds, manager. In baseball we can do little more at the time of this writing than con- jecture, but if past experience is anything to go by. thejuniors will be well represented this spring by a successful team. VVe have finished our apprenticeship. With our triumphs in scholarship and athletics and with our success in extra-curricular activities. we look forward to leading Newton lligh nevt year in a manner worthy of its noblest traditions. A 1 IEEE IYIEDVTQZNTIAN W W WU f J J-f-J-1-Jw' .f J- "I-J' J f X 1 .QLJLXJJ l HULL TEIE. N Ei' UVT UNIAJFI Sophomore Class Officers lliltlrvth Hue Sophomore Class Officers Presiflml, George Hildreth Vim'-Prf's1'r1enf. llclvn lim' 7lf'l'llSllI'l'I'. Virginia Joss:-lyn N1'1YIEiFEE.1Y1 'il' UVEEYITZJNIDI E. History of the Sophomore Class N article by Monsieur Artes. in "Le Petit Journal," of Paris. France. tTranslated by Laurence A. .Iump.l On my recent trip to that great land of opportunity, the United States, I heard of an excellent high school in a town called Newton. As I was interested in education, I decided to visit this school. YVhcn I met the principal I immediately heard of an outstanding group, the class of 1931. I determined to find out more concerning this group, so I first visited a French class. Mon Dieu! what a jumble of pronouns and adjectives met my ears! Being unable to understand their '5French," I left to meet some of the teachers and to learn a little about the sophomore class. I entered a room, and. as it happened, the teacher was not busy. She related how the students united by a get-together part y, in the fall of 19227, and how later they had elected Norman Adams. Charles Bassett, Wiilliam Dunn, and VVilliam Perry, as president, vice-president. secretary and treasurer, respectively. I was astounded to learn that a girl was allowed to compete in a speaking Contestg nevertheless, I was glad to hear Cynthia Jump, a member of '31, had won against seven other finalists, all members of the class of '30. Continuing, the teacher said that during this present school year, the sophomores had made many fine records. In the course of our conversation, I found that this year's officers were: president, George Hildrethg vice-president, George Defreng secretary, Florence Bell, and treasurer. Virginia Josselyn. Another fact that surprised me not a little was that they held an assembly by themselves, in which the principal speakers were the president, the treasurer and the chief usher, VValter Abbott. Later, in the girls' assembly, a loving-cup was awarded the sophomore girls for having the greatest number partieipa ting in the different sports. Also, some forty-five numerals were awarded. This teacher went on to tell ofthe athletic victories that the sophomore girls had won. KI suspect M. Artes means the winning of the intranmral games with the freshmen, the receiving of their numerals for the defeat of all classes in field-hockey, the exceptionally fine record they made in basketball by defeating VVellesley, Needham, VValtham, and Belmont., and the hard fight they gave the Juniors for first place in the annual Gym-Meeti. The boys of this class also had gone far in sports, having several members on the track, football, and basketball teams. By this time I had a burning desire to know all this super-class was doing, and, since I had heard a little concerning clubs. I thought there must be some sophomores in these. I was not wrong for the freshman-sophomore Drama Club had two sophomore officers, Richard Wit. president: and Elizabeth Tucker, secretaryg and had given as many as three plays during the year. In Alpha Beta, the English Club, the president was Elizabeth Tucker, and the secretary, Cynthia Jump. The Aviation Club had Ilichard Lawrence as treasurer. This noted class was also successful in journalism. Several of its members were on the staff of the school paper, while the rest frequently contributed both poems and essays. Their annual dance was a great success. so I aiu told. in that everyone entered into the spirit of the affair. I was sorry that I had to leave so soon, as I rather wanted to learn something about the other classes, however, I believe my time was quite profitably spent. I often think, here in France. of cette elasse marveilleuse de dix-neuf cent trente et un. II cannot improve on this phrasingl. aL. PX. .I. TU .E JLZJE ETWEF OINIAN , .M1M',p wWm13pw! H 1 w ww w vw Nw 1 v N ulNwWMMWmmWMmmNm www 80 1 w l Y 1 W TELE, DIE' WT 9311331 Freshman Class Officers llukvr Robinson Bixby FI'f'ShIIlIlll Class Offiva-rs PVf'Sl'llPIll, Ralph Bixby l"l'Cl'-Pf0Sidt'Hf, Betty Benson Swwlary, Eliot Robinson 'I'rmsur4'r, Phyllis Bukvr Benson N1NilTEfjN if l!l7E11.Y.fU.Jil.fl-Jilylillxifljj History of the Freshman Class JoHN NIA L1.m' TUMBLING along. with their faces shining from paternal ablutions. their little shoes brightly polished, and their brand new school clothes loudly announcing their inexperience. the new freshmen carrie to Newton High. With their happy smiles they made t.he rounds that first day. Few were lucky enough to make every class without mishap, but teachers were kind. and once in a while some upper-classman would send them in the right direction. M y, how awe-inspiring those upper-classmen seemed! How nonchalantly they walked those sacred corridors, calling to one another and talking at the top of their lungs. To be a senior-ah, what glory could be more pleasing? VVithin a few days something of this freshness began to wear off. Those mighty seniors seemed not quite so awe-inspiring. and the juniors. in spite of their haughty aloofness - well. they were human beings after all. The sophomores seemed like very nice people, most of them. Of course. some few still tried to play tricks on the unsuspecting frosh, but this little berry had lost some of its greenness, and the tricks didn't work as well as they had the first day or two. Soon election time came on, and the school was full of politics. The freshmen elected Ralph Bixby as president, with Betty Benson, vice-presidentg Phyllis Baker. treasurer: and Eliot Robin- son, secretary. Because of the work being done on the field, there was no room for a freshman football team. but this loss was made up for by a good basketball team which played through a very successful season. The letter winners were E. Prowter, O. Collins, J. Foley, S. White. ll. Simone, B. Whel- don, G. Byerson, E. VVinslow, T. Lyons, L. Pillion, B. Peakes. B. Daniels. J. listey, R. Gilmore. B. Lambert, U. Arbuckle. C. O'Connor, and D. Stimpson. manager. The girls had field hockey and basketball teams which were very successful, and which later competed in the annual girls' gym meet. where they made good showing against the other classes of the school. The freshman class was represented in the Freshman-Sophomore Prize-Speaking Contest and in many of the clubs. as well as on the Newtonite and in the various muscial organizations of the school. The Class of 19322 is no longer the freshman class. They have passed through that stage successfully and are now full-fledged members of Newton High School's great student body. In a few more years they will be the leaders of still more underclassmen. May they take a lesson from their own experiences that may make them better able to rule in their turn. 821 35.253 IAN 1 W., 1 X,,,,,,.- -vw AM ,W M 1 ,, ww , ,,,, 5 ' MMH MNT? . mHW1 W ,MWl ' wM u M NW WM HM HHN! U NWHW NM W H1 81 Y! fb 1fw ,, ,IW 1 V ' -QU Y' ,ij x ,,lL: b THE DFI UV? ONIAN llarrin,f.:ton Nic-hols Paynv l'ratL Collins The Associates I'n'.vi1lf'r:l. Nom1AN l'.u'NE lioys' I'1'1-v-l'rwsi:l1'r:l. ICVAN CoLI,1Ns Tmmurvr. HARTLETT NICZHOLS flirls' l,l.f'1'-I,f'l'Sl'llf'IIl. lil-:'r'rx' l'n,x1"r fllwrlz, D,ANIIiL llAnmNo'roN llli Newton lligh Svhool Assoriatt-s. rompost-d of thc- Ontirv studvnt body. arts through a lvgislaturv to whivh rt-prvsq-ntatix'vs from the honw rooms arv vle-rt:-d. This has livvn organ- in-d with tht- purpost- of dir0c'ting sc-hool am'tiyitit's, such as granting vhartvrs to vlubs. giving linanvial aid, sup:-ryising: rixivs. musir, athlvtirs, dramatit-s. and tht- srhool publivations. During thc- past yt-ar thc' lt-gislaturv has mc,-t on thc first lY0dnvsday of vac-h month in tho lvvturc' hall, as has be-vn tht- custom for tht- past two yvars. In this way tht' attvndanrv has lu-rn nvarly pvi'fv1'l. and tht- IIlf't'llIlQS did not Oonllirt in any way' with df'partmf'nt, days and 4-Xtra 1-urrirular dutivs. lfarly in tht- yvar tht- lvgislaturc' l't't'UIllIllt'lNlt'tl to the- e'wc'11tiy'0 counvil that. thc' awarding of swvatvrs in athlvtirs bo abolished. Thr- 4-ost of tht- swvatvrs rc'stt'4l with the assocfiatcs and it was rapidly putting it in dvbt to an 4-xtvnt from whirh tlwrv was no hope' of rt-1'ox'1'ry. .lust rf-vm-ntly thv Assoriatvs passvd a ruling.: that all oligibility other than intvr-srholastiv athlvtirs and attvndanrf- shall bc put on an vqual basis: that is. that pupils bc- rvquirvd to pass in all subjvrts and carry liftvvn or niorv Credits of works. At its last Illt't'llIlQ a motion was passed whirh will limit thc- IlllllllK'I' of ollit-vs whirh one pt-rson may hold. Thr- motion rt-ads that no studt-nt shall hold two fivv-point 4-lvctivc ofliccs during.: a sr-hool yvar. Uthvr svrvicvs. surh as trying to protc-rt tha- lawns about our buildings and raising mont-y for Christmas dinners for ne-1-dy families in Nt-wton wt-rv part of the work ol' the- Associates. Arm bands for tht' trallit' squads ww-rv purcfhasfld by thc' Nssoriatc-s. The' organization of thc' Assoriatvs has bw-n in vxistc-live as a body for only tlm-if yvars and, whilv still rathc-r young. it is filling a plan' of roal svrvim' in the- srhool, Uh NINEjTE.EN T' DVfilY.lIlJ'l.fe1Y.lI1XlE NVarren Smith Collins Bates The National Honor Society Presiderzl. EVAN COLLINS Secretary. BETTY BATES Vice-President. MARGARET NYARREN Treasurer. CHARLES SMITH IIE Newton High School branch of the National Honor Society entered upon its third year with a large membership for an organization of its type. According to the national rules. the members are selected toward the close of the school year by the teachers. from the upper ZSCQ, and 15221 of the senior and junior classes respectively, on the basis of scholarship, leadership. service. and character. Those chosen from the senior class are. of course. soon deharred by gradua- tion froni participation in the club's activities. At the first meeting of the society in 1929. the following officers were elected: president. Evan R. Collinsg vice-president. Margaret M. XVarreng secretary. Betty Batesg treasurer, Charles E. Smith, and selections from the constitution were read. Miss Hideout, the faculty adviser. emphasized the fact that the club was not social. but an organization to promote scholarship and service. Ways and means of serving the school were discussed. One means of service was ably demonstrated during National Education YVeek in November when members of the Honor Society ushered visitors around the school. On Parents' Night especially, many guests were directed. During the latter half of the year, three meetings of the Society were held to discuss plans for the annual Induction Ceremony. It was voted that the exercises follow the same general plan as those of the previous year. and committees were appointed by the president to arrange the details. The Ceremony. which took place on April lT, was concluded by the llev. Boynton Merrill's address on "Towering Foundations." D N T313 N 3' WT UN EAN Newtonite NDER the leadership of Warren T. Berry as editor-in-chief, Mr. llohrhough. Mr. Birming- ham. and Miss Gertrude llohinson, as faculty advisers. the seventh volume of the Newtonite has been successfully hrought to a close. It has fulfilled its two-fold object: that of furnishing an accurate news service to every department of the school, and to oll'er an outlet. for all creative writing and manifestations of student opinion. lt has also retained its standard as one of the most carefully made up of the country's school newspapers. In a school as large as Newton. a unifying force such as the Newtonite is invaluable. lt has furnished news of all kinds in a comprehensive view of the school's activ ities. The newspaper also offers to those pupils who have sullicient. ahility and a persistent interest. an opportunity to gain experience in creative work and to acquire training under admirable con- ditions. The Newtonite sponsored Rollo XY. Brown who spoke on "The ltomance of Being a Student" in the home room period. May 22. The Newtonite charm, for exceptional service. was presented to the following pupils: Warren Berry. P. Sidney Carter. Heed Champion. Evan R. Collins, Dora Cummings, Claire B. Fisk, W. Bradford Gove. Jane Il. llermann. Mary B. Lennox. Calista II. Tllaf-Farland. Marion L. Mellus. Gertrude l". Pearsall. Lorraine Phipps, William B. Stevenson, Constance P. Potter. and Fred Wing. v N IN Ej'fEE.N T' DVEi1KIiE."'l.fJlFIlN E The Orange Book HE Orange Book. a school manual compiled by the junior class under the guidance of the Newton High School Associates. has in previous issues given in some detail the history. traditions, and aims of the school. Although the chief reason for its origin was to acquaint fresh- men with the rules, requirements, and customs of Newton High, the Orange Book has been a profitable subject for study on the part of all pupils. It is extremely useful to the entire student body in that it contains statistics and a brief history of all extra curricula activities. In it is printed the Constitution of the High School Associates. Thus it serves as an authority on school life, and is often used as a text-book for freshmen Community Civics classes. The cheers and songs of Newton High School, with which every freshman should be familiar, are printed in full in the Orange Book. Every year there is a new feature added to the Orange Book. The 1928-29 issue gave the schedule of activities for the year, a most helpful bit of ofiicial information about the time and place of meeting of the various school clubs. Carefully revised each year. the Newton High School Track and Field records are kept up to date. Perhaps most useful of all is the school calendar which appears on the last page announcing the important events of the coming school year. Information about the dates of the plays, dances, and contests, makes possible tentative plans for the social life of the school year. Next year's work. under the editorship of Archie McKillop. '30, has already begun, and a fine publication may be expected. ICU r xi- : .r L.. .lx-f-,-' I J U' ffw' Ll NL If-rEi Q fl-4 U0 Edilor-in-Chiqf EVAN R. COLLINS CATHERINE ANDERSON WARREN T. BERRY REED A. CHAMPION NIARY B. LENNOX RICHARD P. STEBBINS NINE'fE.EN UT WEjN'f'I Newtonian Staff Phofographs NORMAN E. LUCKVVOUD, lidilnr Ar! BARR 'MHA LIPPINCOTT. Edifor Dafa REED A. CHAMPl0N.f3f1ff0." H isfories YY. BRADFORD GOVE. E11 ilor JN iN Ei BI1sin0.s's !Uanagf'r JOHN M. IIITCHCOCK XJIIIGINIA DAVIS JEANNETTH F. IVIANNING GIILNTRUDE I". PEAIINALI. CALISTA A. TVIACFARLAND AYARREN T. BERRY JOHN NIALLI-SY, DIARY ALICE EATON, LAURENCE JUMP Organizaiions DOIRA CIIMMINCS, lfdilor KATHLEEN ANDREVVS ALICE E. BOURNI-:UF Sporls P. SYDNEY fiAR'l'liIl. Edilor' ARTHUR D. NOBLE BETTY E. NIUTHER IJARLAN F. NEWELL EMILY DIINLEAVI' F Pafures RICHARD K. RHZl'1.IfflI.fOI' JOHN W. ARNOLD. NORMAN IC. IIARRIS. JAMES K. IWFFORD Copy Slaj ANN BAKER. CLAIRE B. FISKE. KATHLEEN ANDREWS, CONSTANCE AVRIGHT Businfss Slay' Hu ilrling I1 lanagers WILLIAM STEVHNSUN, DENNIAN THOMPSON, CLI' DE IIICIIS Floor AIIIIIIIQPFS DONALD CHALMERS IIUIGI CARIISO NEIISON BELL AYHNDELL ALLEN IIARRY COLONY IIAROLD JONES MARSHALI, IIALL ARTHUR NKJBLE 'Il THE NET DVT UNIAN Senior Play Deeember 8 and 9. the seniors presented "Captain .links of the llorse Marines." Under the able direetion of Miss Ilaworth and with Norma B. Morgan and C. Cushman Clapp playing in the leads, Clyde Fiteh's romantie comedy swaggered through two successful performanc-es. Charles La Martine and the "lardy-dab" Augustus Bleeker Van Vorkenburg. the two eomrades of Captain Jinks. were admirably played by G. Martyn Kingsland and John M. llitc'heoek. respeetively. :klllllt llayen made a resplendent M rs. Greenborough. the talkative eompanion of Madam 'l'rentoni. the young opera singer. played by Miss Morgan. The part of Professor Belliarti was taken by Paul J. Petitmermet. who managed to make the old. eccentric man perfeetly realistie. Mrs. .links was a true old aristoerat as interpreted by Lydia Moses and Peter, as played by VYilliam ll. tfallihan, was the prototype of a hard-headed newsboy-page. No small part of the play's sueeess is due to the some twenty-five minor eharaeters, reporters, newsboys, sailors, ballet-dancers and what not, who made a splendid background for the main eharaeters. Few of the aetors in this long-to-be remembered produetion will forget the monkey and the bull-dogs whieh lent sueh an air of reality to the scenes. The scenery, too. is worthy of Comment, as were the eostumes. whieh required an extraordinary amount of the C0llllIlltti,9Q'S time, although the results proved the time well-spent. Doctor Land and Vtilliam Il. Haines, faculty and student business managers, bore no little responsibility. Mueh credit for the finaneial sueeess of the production is due them, as is also due Evan ll. Collins, the Chairman of the play Committee, for his unending work and competent man- agement. lit INETQEjEjN T' WE1YV1JiZJNINEj . 1. ' Drama Club HE Drama Club has just ended its fifth sueeessful year. It has produeed the first Shaw play to be given at Newton Iligh Sehool. and has given two one-act plays. This year's officers were Evan R. Collins. president: Nlary B. Lennox. viee-president: Barbara Thrall. set-retaryg Biehard K. Hapgood. treasurer. "The Dexil's Diseiplef' by Bernard Shaw. was presented Mart-h 16 and IT. Evan Collins took the part of Diek Dudgzeon. "The Deyil's Diseiplef' the blaek sheep of the family. who turns out to be the finest member of it. The heroine. Judith Anderson. the ministe-r's wife. was played by Barbara Nichols. Other important parts were taken by lsabel White. Marshall tllazier, Franeis Uber. and George Bath. At the Deeemlzer meeting the Club gave 'Willy the Chimes Barker." by lflizabeth Nlel"adden. whieh was repeated a week later at the All Club Christmas Party. This was eoaehed by Barbara Nichols. ln .lanuary. Nliss lflora lf. Smith talked to the elub on drama. "The Twelxe-llountl Look." by Sir James Xl. Barrie. and a miseellaneous program were given at the February meeting. eoaehed by Sylvia Parks. The season ended with the Nlay meeting. in the preduetion of "The lileptonianiatf' and "Woman's XYeakne-ss" written and presented by Franeis Uber. oil THE NB ifV'TLD1YIIAN rw G The Varsity Orchestra llli season of 1929 has been highly successful from the standpoint of the varsity orchestra. lt began the year well and has maintained an average attendance of sixty. John Richmond was elected president. and John II. Richardson has served as lihrarian. The orchestra furnished music at the faculty play, the Prize-Speaking Contest, the senior play, the Drama Cluh play. the graduation dress assembly. the Outdoor Concert. and at. several class assemblies. ln May. it was entered in the State Festival of Music which was held at Newton this year. Because of the exceedingly full program of the orchestra. it was decided not to follow the custom of presenting an annual concert. The Band llli Newton lli fh School Band was oriffinallv com xosed of ninety memhers, but as this seemed F- r- . . to our conductor. Nlr. S mauldinlf. to he rather larffe for handlinff. he divided it into two hands: ra 2' P 0710 the varsity and the other the second. The annual hand concert this year was honored to have Walter Smith. a well-known trum- peter, play several numbers during the program. 'l'hroughout the year the hand assisted at several assemhlies which gave it a chance to play before an audience and at the same time lent interest. to the programs. ln Nlay. the hand was the host of musical organizations from all Massachusetts that carrie t0 Newton fora contest. The culmination ofa successful year's activities Came in the outdoor concert, in June. Ol NINETEEN T' WE NTCZJLYI IN 3 English Club R. SAMUEL TIIITIRBISIK has acted as faculty adviser of the English Club during the past year. taking the place of Miss Louise Richardson. who is now Chief Adviser of Clubs. At the first meeting the following officers were chosen: president. Margaret M. Warreng vice-presid ent, Richard K. llapgoodg secretary. Jeannette F. lifanningg treasurer. Barbara Nichols. At the Christmas All-Club Party held in the Gymnasium on December 19, the English Cl ub gave jokes and limericks to the various prominent. members of the school and to some of the teachers. Several interesting programs have been carried out. including playlets by members. a book-title guessing contest, and a talk on Oxford University by Miss Ilaworth. The club was particularly fortunate to have Professor Lombard. an authority on Shakespeare, speak on Mac- beth. The club voted to give ten books to the library. which were selected by Miss Bigelow in con- junction with an appointed committee. The high point in the year's activities was the Prize-Speaking Contest on April 12. which was attended by over 800. For t.he first time a writing contest was held with it, including short. story, poem. and essay writing. At the performance. the speaking was followed by announcement. of the winning authors and a short play was presented by members of the club. Barbara Randlett. '29, won the girls' cup. while Frederick Burton, '30, was awarded the boys'. The successful au- thor's were, for the story. Arnold NYoodword: poem, Dora Cummings: essay. Bradford XY. Blackman. A successful year was capped by the annual club picnic in May. Alpha Beta HIS year. the Alpha Beta had a plan of organization different than it has ever followed since its founding in 1922 by Mr. Samuel Thurber. Due to the suggestion of its present faculty adviser, Miss Caroline MacDonald, it has been divided into five divisions. Its aim is still to pro- voke a greater interest in reading, speaking, and writing, but the members have been allowed to choose the group in which they are interested and which they wish to join. The groups are Drama. led by Miss MacDonaldgPublic Speaking. by Miss JonesgShakespeare, Mr. Rinkerg Creative XYriting, Miss Rideoutg and Library, Miss Robinson. At the first meeting in November, candidates for officers were nominated, and later the following officers were elected: president Betty Tucker, '31g vice-president, John VV. Foley, '30g secretary. Cynthia Jump. '31g and treasurer. Lois VVinslow, '32, At all the meetings, the groups meet in different places, and at 3.15 they adjourn to the lunchrorm fer a business meeting. entertainment, and refreshments. The club participated in the All-Club party in December. and the first tryouts were held for the freshman-sophomore prize-speaking contest. the finals cf which were on May 15. The entire club. but especially the Public-Speaking section, sponsored this contest. F reshman-Sophomore Drama Club HE freshman-sophomore Drama Club's progress increased greatly over last year's. Owing to the eligibility ruling, many of those who were admitted to membership at the trycuts were unable to attend the regular meetings, and the average membership dwindled from thirty-five members to about fifteen. However, the club made the most of the remaining material and was able to produce three plays during the year. The officers were as follows: president. Richard Witg vice-president, Thelma Grayg secretary. Betty L. Tucker: treasurer. Owen D. Collins. The debut was made at the Christmas assembly. when a simple. yet effective. one-act play was git en. entitled "The Spell of Christmas." This was the only performance given in the assembly hall: for the otlzers the library was used. In February a one-act farce was presented, named "Riurzel-Flunznzery." Two months afterwards "Riders to the Sea" supplied the entertainment at the regular niet-ting. Plans are being made for another performance. and perhaps one play will be presented to the Drama Club before school closes. 03 - ' N' . -Nj FA- , F"FT'fJUl -' I-'I"f'7J 1-.J-J Ulu DUN E.TEiE,N TifVEiNT'lKJ1YI11YIEj French Club li CICRCLIC Fli.-XNCAIS, the club of the French Department. is a small club of about thirty members. The olliccrs were: president. Virginia Dow: boys' vice-president. lfred K. Xklingg girls' vice-president, lklary xvskt-ii.-itil secretary, C. Louise Kimball: treasurer. C. William Loud. Generally gullies are played and plays and stories read. Une of the most interest- ing meetings was held on February 13 when Mr. li. L. Talbot gave a lecture on "The llighways and By-ways of Paris" illustrated by many entertaining and amusing slides. This meeting was open to all students. Alpha Gamma Tau IIE purpose of Alpha Gamma Tau. the mathematics club. is mainly to strengthen and increase the interest in mathematics. Those eligible for membership are seniors. juniors, and those sophomores who have maintained an average of A through the iirst two marking periods. Those elected to serve as oflicers were: George Duliield. president: Kilburn .-Xdams, vice- presidentg Priscilla Bacon, secretary: and Wendell Allen. treasurer. A few meetings were spent in doing yarious practical problems and puzzles. hir. Nlergendahl interested the club at one meeting by explaining the Probability Curve. The club postponed one of its meetings so that it could attend the movie given by the Civics Club. At another meeting the use and principle of the adding machine were explained. Spanish Club HE Spanish Club is a small organization open only to second year st.udents of Spanish who meet the Orange Book requirements for club eligibility. lts officers for this year were: presi- dent, .lohn M. Hitchockg vice-president. Samuel VVilkinsong secretary. Barbara bl. Dalton: treasurer. Virginia M. Hatch. The club aims to promote interest in the Spanish language and customs. hir. Argento. faculty adviser. has recounted numerous incidents in Spanish life to associate the members more closely with Castilian ideas. There were interesting programs throughout the year by the entertainment committee. which was composed of Lorraine Wilkinson and Robert G. Cox. The main features of interest were Spanish music. dialogues, poems. jokes and games. The Social Studies Club HE club was formed in order to give an opportunity for self-expression to pupils interested in History, Government. and other relative subjects. Membership is limited to two pupils from each division of Social Studies classes. This year's officers were: president, Floyd P. Rob- binsg vice-president. Richard A. Plouffg secretary, Richard T. NYalesg treasurer. Charlotte C. Douglas. During the year this organization entertained Mr. Sterling VVilliams, who presented an illustrated lecture on his travels in Europe. It assumed the responsibility of bringing to this school several films of American history, pictures from the chronicles of America series. and it invited to speak at one of its regular meetings Miss Bessie Kimball of the Immigration Bureau. The club has invariably entertained at its meetings groups of pupils from classes studying the theme under discussion. In this way it hopes to serve the interests of the school in a broad way. i i 1 i 'wh' ' ""' ' QT f. J-lf"'J L ., L1 LNIEQVJIJV -N .. Jill-A-'NI IH: N1'NETEiEj!FI T' SfVE1NTiFYJ1YII1fI3 Stage Committee HE stage connnittee is composed of Nelson C. Bell. William ll. Barkley. Carl Forbes. Arthur L. Gates. Elizabeth T. Ilammond. John U'Neill. Frank Thompson. Denman Thompson. and Betty E. Kluther. under the capable direction of Mr. Green and Hr. Peterson. During the past year they have put up sets and done numerous odd jobs of painting. wiring. dressing and handling the stage for almost three lmndred assemblies. rehearsals. plays. and concerts. They have gained valuable experience in the work. as the Newton High School stage is unusu- ally well-equipped with four indoor sets and one outdoor. cy clorama and excellent lighting facilities through which all types of color effects can be secured. The projecting machine. the stereopticon and the spot light are managed from the booth by Nfr. Peterson with the assistance of Denman Thompson and Betty E. Nluther. Aviation HE Aviation Club was organized this year under the direction of Herbert Tinker. the club adviser. and met with a great deal of interest. in the school. The officers were: John Harman. presidentg Kilburn Adams. vice-president: Gertrude O'Flaherty. secretary: Richard Lawrence. treasurer. The monthly meetings have been devoted to the discussion of different. aspects of aviation and the construction of model planes. One of the chief objectives of this year's club was to have each member construct at least one flying model. This aim was realized by a majority of the members, and many excellent models were completed and flown and exhibited at the contest held in the spring. The club work is not. however. limited to model making. Several instructive programs were presented dealing with modern aviation. One of the most interesting of these was supplied by Sergeant John Kennedy of the 10lst Observation Squadron. 26th Division. Air Service who talked to the club on aerial photography. There is a growing interest in aviation and it is the hope of the present club members that the school will give a corresponding support to this organization in future years. Radio Club T the first meeting of the Radio Club of Newton High School. each prospective member filled out a blank on which were suggestions for club meeting procedure. These blanks had been prepared by Edwin I. Pitt. the faculty adviser of the club. The next meeting the following officers were elected: president. Ralph Orill: secretary, Salvatore Di Russo: treasurer. Richard Harris. From that time on. it was the purpose of the officers to follow, as closely as possible. the suggestions checked by the members. A short time after. a Ilammarlund-Roberts Hi-Q 29 receiver was assembled and heard by the boys. On March 4th. the teachers and pupils of the Vocational School listened to the Presidential inaugural exercises through the same receiver. The club members inspected the "Radio Room." located in the basement of the Technical Building and uscd by Vocational Electrical students who are interested in Radio. Soon a discussion concerning short-wave reception was brought up and the conduction of a short-wave receiver was started. A short-wave manager was also elected. Plans have been completed by Mr. Pitt for the installation of loud-speakers in the gymnasium and auditorium. These loud-speakers. when used in conjunction with a microphone working into a "Sampson Pam" amplifier, will enable a large audience to enjoy the June graduation exercises. Thus a successful future seems assured for the Newton High School Radio Club. 'IU THE2 N Ulfiliirfjlxllillxi Home Economics Club lllf purpose of the llome lfeonomies Club is to inrrease the interest in all llome EPOHOIIITU subjt-4-ts. and to further the eo-operation of the girls therein. There hay e been seven meetings this year and as in the past year. they haye been held on the seeond Thursday of every month. tlllirers were elerted as follows: president. lflorenee Xl. U'llara: viee-president. lrene N. Ciriffing set-retary. Dorothy li. Stanlield: treasurer. Barbara ll. Carter. Its aetix ities haw proxed to be yery interesting as well as instruetixe. They ineluded a trip to the Nlodern Priseilla Proxing Plant. a talk at-eompanied by moving pictures on Tubereulosis, and a most faseinating story of the manner in whieh the Europeans live and dress. A visit, was made to the Brookline Domestic- Seienee Club and parties prepared by our various committees were gixen. .Nt the last meeting slides were shown whieh gave yaluable instruetions for sewing. Varsity Glee Club ATIC last spring the Yarsity tllee Club was begun under the direetion of Nlr. Charles B. llarrington. This elub is for the purpose of giving extra training to those pupils in the school wllo hay e the best yoiees. :kt an assembly. eards were distributed on whieh those who eould Carry a part and were interested in singing signed their names. Three hundred and fifty candidates were tried out for the elub. ln the fall fort y of those who had passed the tryouts were organized into the Varsity Glee Club with Lorraine Phipps as president and James Mariner seeretary. During the year this club has met on Mondays in the lerture hall for rehearsals. Like the varsity band and orehestra, work in this elub is given a one-point eredit for the sehool year. The first public performanee of the glee elub was at an assembly Nlay l. Mr. Harrington is planning more eoneerts for next year. The one thing most needed is a goodly number of male yoiees to make a still more sueeessful year than this. Library Club IIE Library Club, which has eompleted its sixth year as an organization of Newton High School. has an enrollment of twenty-tive girls chosen from the junior and senior classes, on a basis of high scholarship. By Checking oil' books. stamping and arranging the periodicals, filing slips, pasting and elipping items for the bulletin boards. replaeing books on the shelves, checking overdue books. and by performing eountless other small tasks, the Library Club renders helpful assistanee to the librarian. The girls earry out their assignments before and after school, and not infrequently during study periods. On the second Thursday in each month the 1-lub assembles for a business meeting followed by a soeial hour, during which the members present an entertainment and partake of refreshments. The oliieers are president. Margaret M. Viarreng viee-president., Hazel Vyoodg seeretary, Eleanor Binghamg treasurer, Maude H. Chase. Early in January, the girls with Miss Bigelow. farulty adviser of the elub. attended a matinee at the VVilbur Theatre where they saw "The Royal Family." Members for the ensuing year were weleomed at the last meeting. which was held in May. W ' t xv it 1- 1' i'iH'i,,iii1it Stu Mgiiqh YW! Witt 'iiw yi,-' X my WM ltltl f 5 ff1 5fzJ'fwi' V 1V V My uw rv if L, ,,J.?l-,- -- .J 4',,J, .A Y, "1 , .,lJ,:,..1 n Tl-IE. Nfl' WT QNIAN T llunuyt-r. ti KIKIJNICR - qw- - - Football lh-:x'Ntn.ns tfupluin. l'Ivr:nr:'r'r Sfllllflxlrillv lfntu-ll. .Itnw S. Sl'l,I,lYAN lllu Urungt- amd Blat-k dt-ft-:att-tl lit-lmtmnt in tht- tmpt-ning: tilt of tht- st-usun. 2643. Nt-vsttmn ixtxrltt-d tht- passing gfzunt- to grt-:tt 2itlX2Hll2lQt'. gaining: nmny yards Xia tht- air. Dimnt- was lu---h st-nrt-r. st.-turing: thrt-v ttmt-htltvwns und :aiding in tht- ntht-r. 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'l'tm lltHlt'll Sullivan should go t-rt-dit fur tht- tt-:mfs inspirt-d play t . , llIl'Hll4il'lll'lll tht- st-us tlll. IOS N11YJ'EiFE.E N T' SfVEN'fl"ii.f41YI1La1YIE Ice Hockey Jlanager. BnADFo1zD BALDXVIN Captain, DANIEL llARRING'I'UN Couelz. DB. Osman XlARTlN EW'TUN'S attempt to win its eight.l1 yietory in the lnterseliolastie lloekey Championship failed when the sextet lost to Melrose. Qaal. The iee team defeated Cambridge liatin in the opener of the series lf0 but Bindge put up a great fight and obtained a tie. Then eame the Melrose game on Vl'ashington's birthday. After obtaining a la0 lead. Nlelrose seored on a niec shot that passed llarrington in the net. ln the third period. from a faeeoll' at quarter iee. Nlelrose seored the winning goal. the shot entering the eage about waist high. Newton defeated every League rival except Melrose in the preliminary round. Arlington opened the season and went home with a 3-0 defeat. Cambridge eame next and was vanquished 641. Nlilton and Middlesex fur- nished good opposition but were beaten 342 and 2-0 respeetively. Stoneham. Woburn. and llindge were all beaten in one week. the seores being PO, 3-0 and ZZ-1. Then eame two reverses one by Melrose 2-0 and by Exeter l-0 when Newton faeed a team boasting of Frank Spain and Bob Bennett. former Newton stars. Brighton. St. Marks and Belmont were all defeated in fast games and New Prep sueeumbed after a great overtime struggle. ln matehes with Freshman teams the sextet lost to Yale and defeated Nl. l. T. Then followed the liound llobin in whieli Newton defeated Cambridge. tied Bindge. and lost to Melrose. The Orange and Blaek elosed the entire season with thirteen vietories to their eredit. one tie. and four defeats. The team. weakened by the loss of Frank Spain, played a very ereditable sehed- ule losing only two games to high sehool teams. both being to Nlelrose. The hoekey team plat-ed lVVO.lll0Il on the Suburban All-Seholastie lloekey Team. "lleeker" llarrington at goal and .loe tiilligan on defense. The squad was eomposed of Bell, Brown. lfletelier. Niehols. Pratt. Seliipper. Seully. lleilly and Wilkie. forwards: Andres. Gardner. and tfiilligan on defense. and llarrington in goal. Fleteher led the team in seoring. getting sixteen goals and tiilligan eame next with six. Fred Sehipper. wing on this year's team. was eleeted to the eaptainey for the l930 season. tlreat praise is due Doetor Nlartin for the line showing offered by the sextet. ltlil PHE NE' WT UN1'A.N I NTIS!! NI lilbl f'k'l'I'I ISASK l'I'l'llA LI. JUNIOR NARSITY l!ASKl'I'l'liALl. Ill 1 N1NEjiFE,EN IfifVE1YlT'f.fJ1YII1YIE Basketball Manager. JOHN llrrcmzock Captain. Nonw1AN PA YNI1: Coach. lh vv1oN 0 fiREEN l.T1lO1fGl'1 this year's basketball team was not very successful as far as victories were concerned. the results were very satisfactory and show that the sport is gaining in popularity, and Coach Green is building up for strong quintets in the near future. Newton lost its initial game to Watertown. 27-1.7. llam was high scorer wit.h nine points. Malden took Newton into Camp, with a 26-8 victory. and Milton Academy nosed out the Orange and Black, winning 18-16. On January 18. Newton bowed to the strong Ptindge quintet. 23-9. but came back in good form and registered its first victory, barely defeating Beverly, 18-17. Everett gained a 21-17 decision over the Orange and Black quintet, and Arlington. one of the leading contenders for the state championship, just managed to turn back Newton. a last minute basket sending an inspired Newton team to defeat. Captain Payne led the attack with thirteen points. On Feb- ruary 1, VVatertown registered its second victory over the Garden City Team with a 22-1 L margin. Bindge followed suite. managing to win by a seore of 25-18. Beverly turned the tables on Newton in a return game, whipping the Orange and Black decisively. 22-12. On February 13. Arlington played invincible basketball and easily defeated Newton. 39-17. The Orange and Black played a heads up game and registered a clean cut victory over Belmont on February 15. 22-12. but fell before a strong Cambridge offense. losing il-9-17. Everett. chalked up its second victory over the Garden City outfit. 33-21. and Belmont reversed the decision of the previous encounter. winning a slow game 15-12. Cambridge Latin was victorious over Newton in the final game of the season, 43-20. Captain Payne and Ilam were the high scorers for the team. the former rolling up 81 points. with the latter one point behind. The letter men were: Payne, captaing McCarthy, captain-electg Ham. Harris. Kingsland. Lawrence, Schwartz. and Vteidncr. The second team went. through with a regular schedule and did well. Tinker. Blair. Bos- worth, Chipman. Connolly. Doucette. McCarthy. Robinson, Scholl. and Seaver were the members of the team ably coached by Frank Simmons. IHS THE. l'IlEiTS2VT'DNIA1'I Indoor Track lltmtzgwr. ll morn .lomzs Ifuplain. lixtrrmnn Iii-Jxworns l,'otu'l1. DoN.u,n G. liwotzn EW TON opt'nt'tl ont' of tht' lwst trut'k st':isons in st'hool history hy tlt'f't':itingr tht' strong Nlvtlfortl tt'nni. lhlgf to 3033. liohort lfwing. za trunsft'r from lllinois. was high st'ort'r with l IH points. followt'tl hy ffuptuin llvynoltls with 0 TXIO points. 'l'ht' following wt't'k fountl tl1t'fh'zingt: :intl lilnvk t'onlpt'ting1:against Hrooklint' on tht' lnttt'r's trnvk in tht' first half of' tht' tlunl mt't't. Nvw- ton l'lll0l'j1't'tl xit-torious. ffl 2 21112. with liurton. Finn. ltvynoltls. :intl liwing taking first plzit't's, whilt' Nlnllt'n tit'tl for first in tht' "Shift," With :tn vight point lt'ntl. Nvwton nmnngvtl to with- stzintl tht' throats of tht' Wtwiltlly 'l'ownt'rs in tht' st't'ontl hnlf of tht' n1t't't in tht' oltl tryin. :intl tht' final st'ort' wus till!-T2'2. llnnting'ton's trzwk tt'znn howvtl to Nvwton ill ai fast nlt't't at tht' Boston Y. Nl. ff. III33-2713. 'l'ht' first st'rious tt'st t'un1t' in tht' Northt'astt'rn lntt'rst'holustit's. :intl Nvwton showt'tl its t'lziss by winning tht' int't't with H112 points. Nowton nmintziinvtl its lmtlt'ft'att'tl rt't'ortl hy oxt'rwht'lniing' lioston ffollvgt' lligh. Bl-26, taking: t'xt'ry first plnt't' t'xt't'pt, tht' rt'lzay. ln tht' li. X. .-X. IIllf'I'Sf'llUl2lSiit'S. tht' fll'2tllg,ft' :mtl l3lut'k fN'l'fllI'Ill0l'S tlitl l't'IllZll'lHtllly wt'll t'onsitlt'ring tht' high grutlt' t'onnpt'tition. :intl finishvtl fourth. Un tht' following wt't'k. Nt'wlon finisht'tl st-t'ontl to llrooklint' in tht- .'Xntloxt'r lntt'rst'holnstit's with H112 points. lfwing hrokt' the Ongt' rt't'ortl in tht' "Shift," hut wus unnhlt' to finish in tht' finals. llt' hutl prt'x'iously tzikvn st't'ontl plow' in tht' I3-ynrtl tlnsh. tiuptuin ltvynoltls. by finishing: st't'ontl in tht' "600". t'st:thlisht'tl 21 nt'w st'hool rt-t-ortl of' l niinntt' 20,15 st't'ontls. l't'st'osolitlo. Ilnll. :intl Finn wt'rt' tht' otht'r point winnt'rs whilt' tht' rvlny t'on1post'tl of' Xlullvn, li. Xtlzuns. l't'zirstm. :intl litwnoltls tlt'f't'att'tl Nlvtlfortl in zt nip :intl tut'k lmttlt' :intl turnt'tl in tht' lwst tinit'. Yvwton wountl np its svzison hy finishing thirtl in tht' Stzitt' Nlt't't with lflg points. liwinglirokt' tht' 50-ynrtl tlzish rt't'ortl in 3 Tfl0st't'ontls whilf' ti rvluy tt':nn of lfwirlgr. litwnoltls. l't'zirson. :intl K. .Xtlznns t'lippt'tl 2,15 st't'ontls off' tht' rt't'ortl. l't'st'osolitlo ft'ntnrt'tl with at st't'ontl :intl thirtl in tht' shot put :intl tlzish rt'spt't'tix't'ly. No littlt' prnist' shonltl ht' g1i'.'t'n to ffont'h l'fnot'h. tihly nssistt'tl hy Xlr. 'l'istl:tlt'. whost' t'f'l'orts w't'rt' rt'wnrtlt'tl Ivy tht' ll'1tlll,4 WHIltlt't'f'ltl showing. lflfn 1YJ'QENETEEN LLP' UVEfLYI'.tJ'Z!1YIIDI E H "' T 1' Baseball llarzager, XVEN nam. ALLEN Captain. ALEXANDER l"LETi:nan Couelz, .Iomy l.. SI'l,LIY.KN IVE members of Newton's 1928 Suburban League Championship team reported to tjoaeh Sullivan this spring. The pitehing staff is eomposed of Reilley. Nichols, llillion. Nlurphy, and Kraber, with Annese performing behind the plate. Captain "Allie,' Fleteher has been shifted to shortstop and "Art" Wilson plays third base. Norman Payne has been holding down the initial sack, while Barry has the edge at seeond base. Mullen. Elrod. Andres. Niehols, and Reilley have seen serviee in the outfield. The opening tilt was played against XVoburn and resultediin a 16-9 trimming for Newton. The offerings of Pillion and Murphy were blasted in every direction. and there was doubt as to the outcome. The Orange and Blaek won the first League game of the season by routing Cam- bridge Latin, -I--ZZ, on April 19th. Reilley was in good form and held the opponents in eheek while Newton went on a hitting spree. Everett was the next vietim. losing also by a seore of I-2. with Heilley pitching air-tight ball in the pinehes. Boston College lligh won a weird contest from Newton on May lst. l3fT. The Garden City outfit l1ad built up a substantial lead. only to have the opponents go on a batting rampage seoring a dozen runs. putting the game on the iee. ln a tenth inning rally whieh netted three runs, Newton defeated Nledford. llell on the Fulton Street grounds. Nichols was on the mound and kept lXledford's hits well seattered. llis heavy hitting was one of the features of the contest. Newton won its third League game by defeating ltindge, ll-6 at Vietory Field. Fifteen hits for a total of twenty-six bases. with l"leteher and Mullen leading the attaek. sent the Cantabs down to defeat. Une big inning was suflieient for Newton to win from its aneient rival Brookline T-I. in another League game. the Garden tiity nine scoring all its runs in the fourth frame. lteilley was elfeetive on the mound. and exeept for a rally by the visitors in the eighth. he was in little danger at any time. Newton reeeixed its first League defeat at the hands of a heavy hitting Somerville aggregation. I tail. Ns this artiele goes to press, the Orange and lilaek leads the League with four x ietories and one rexerse. tt WlttttttlllllllltttVtttfttltllltllllllttttttttttllltttttttlliltttttttttlttltttttlllttttttlttttttttlllllllllllllttl tlfltttttttttttttttttUWtttt ttttttttttttttttttttlWWtttttttttttttttttlllllltfilfW'T'itll t WT THE lYIE'DViEJUNIA1YI Golf Captain. llrzxnr BouuNr:uF fiom-I1, Fnrzoxanlfzu ti. llussm' ENN TON lllGIl'S golf tvzun. stutv champions for the past tivv years. scvlns dvstincd to remain at thv pvak in svholastiv comp:-tition, judging from its record to datv. ln the matches pluyvd so far, Newton has tictl Quinvy, clcfvutvd Brockton, Thayvr Acaclmny. and New Prep. Th tt-mn vonsists of thv following: llc-nri Bournt-uf. vupttiin, llvnry Donnelly. Wlillizun Donnelly, Ralph Angler. Nlallrict-0 Cram-. and llivhnrd Wugrlvr. 'l1llCl'f!lllillI'ltl0I' of the svlwdule is as follows: 'Slay lil B. ti. at Newton Nay 22 B. C. High at Newton Hay Io Nvwton at Wvllt-slvy May 2lA Quincy at Nvwton Slay l8 Newton at lixotvr May 27 Nvwton at Nath-k Nluy 20 Nm-vvton at Tlmyvr ,M-zulvllly Juno 3 NYvll0sley at Newton Juni- T Brovkton ut Newton This your the-rv is an lllte-l's4-lnolnstiv tournunwnt on May 31 and June- 1 ut Uakloy, he-ld for tht' purpose of stimulnt,ing mort' golfing intcrvst among high and pr0p school hoys. ygtu 4 if NINEFEEEN T'SfVfS.1YIfiJtl.faNl1YIEi Tennis Manager. OLIVER PnEscoTT Cnplain, ARTHUR NoBLE ljoach, XYEN DELL F. SMITH EWTON HIGH School again is represented by a very formidable tennis team which should rank high in interscholastic ranks. The veterans on this year's team are as follows: Arthur Noble, captain. Norman Harris and Gordon Naylor. Emmons Brown. Bichard Dunnel. and Francis Chase are the new members of the varsity. To date only two matches have been played. Newton defeated Lynn. 5-0, in the opening match of the season, while Cambridge Latin bowed to the Orange and Black net men, 6-1 in a League contest. Matches with Malden and Everett were postponed. A year ago Coach Smith sponsored a Suburban Tennis League which was quite successful. The same League is being continued this spring, with Brookline. Cambridge. Quincy. Malden. Everett, and Newton as members. The Longwood interscholastic tennis tournament. which met with great. success last year, is again to take place. and a large number of schools are expected to send rep- resentatives. The remainder of the varsity schedule is as follows: 'May 15 Newton at Brookline 'May 27 Quincy at Newton May 18 Newton at Andover May 30 llarvard Interscholastics May 23 Newton at Milton Academy 'June 3 Newton at Somerville May 25 Longwood Interscholastics June 5 Newton at Groton Newton is also represented by a second team which consists of the following players: Spencer. VValker. Sharp, Cooney. Giddings. Bailey, llill. Jarrell. and Lombard. The team plays a regular schedule and so far has done extremely well. 'League Matches. itilwwWilt titi it titivtttf T iiii T lttfl THE. NET WT DNIAN GIRLS' BASIS l'l'l'BAI,l,--SHCON D THA NI JRLS' FIELD ll0Chl'IY-SECOND TEAM llfi N IN EjitJEQEl1Yl T'lfYfE 1YIftfl.7a1fII1YI E Girls' Basketball Manager, LOUISE ITORRIGAN Captain, EMILY DUNL15AvY Coach. LOUISE DYER OBE enthusiasm was shown in basketball among the girls in 1929 than any previous year. Due to this fact there were over 200 girls on class teams. The regular intermural schedule was followed and the seniors who led in the highest. percentage of games won. received class numerals. Games were also played with Waltham, Wellesley, Needham, and Belmont. The best players of each class were chosen from class teams to play against outside schools. The various teams showed up well, winning at least a majority of games from every school. After watching the players in these games, a varsity squad was picked shortly after Christmas. This squad was divided into first and second teams, Emily Dunleavy being elected first team captain. while Betty Pratt received the honors for the second team. The first game for both teams was played on March T, resulting in a clean sweep for Newton, the first team score being 32-10. and that of the seconds, 30-17. The squad next journeyed to Wyatertown, but both teams fell before the speedy attack of the opponents, losing -18-T and 38-ll respectively. Due to a misunderstand- ing, it was necessary for Newton to play its next game with Needham on the latter's floor. The first team went down to defeat 15-21. and the second team play ed a thrilling 20-20 deadlock. On March 27, Newton went to Cambridge and was just nosed out in a hard fought. struggle. 3-'1-32. The seconds came through with a 36-21 victory to bring some consolation. The last game of the season was with the alumnae. and here Newton defeated the grads by a 23-17 score. Although the team itself did not win a large number of games, the season can be termed a success. With a change of coaches during the year, and a majority of practically inexperienced players, both teams did exceedingly well. The prospects for next year are very bright. with a wealth of promising material to be counted on. uzumuu ttuiiuiimtwiwmvtmas Ill THE N Ei' WT QQNIAN Girls' Field Hockey llrzrmqwr. Nlklttl-kltl-1'l' NN uuirw fffipluin. lixum' l3I'NI.l-IAYY fforu-li. xliltili li,x1'm1r:I.I.liR llli lioston lfif-ld llovlu-5 Ksso1'izitiolllH'lcl tht' :annual tryouts for the' st-lv:-tion ol' tho honorary Ml-pulilit' svhool tt-:un ut Nm-wton's livltl this yvur. with l20 i'vpr'4-sviitzitiws from twvnty-two tlillivrrlit svhools taking part. NQ'NN'lfDIl wus I't'pH'St'Ill0tl hy lin- of its outstanding plziyvrs, Il2lIllt'lyI llc-nu Spain. lilllllj Dunlvzix y. Anilv Bulu'r. KZlllll'I'lIltx l,ot-kv. and llarrivt Ylintts. Of thosv lll1'lllltlIl1'tl. liuiily ljllIllt'2lXf and ltvnu Spain rcrvixvrl the' voxctf-tl insignius. whilv Mum Bzikvr I't't'l'lX ml honoruhlv Illt'IlllUlI. This is t'UIlSltli'l'l'd zi grvut honor. sint-v only 1-Im 1-n girls wvrv svlvrtvcl out oftht- 1-ntirvgroup. p ll hilt- tht' m'tu:il livltl liorlu-5 svzison :it Nvwton was not as Sllt't't'SSflll as in prvxious ye-urs. duet to tha- grmt niunlu-r ofillvxp1'l'if'll1'v4l hut willing pluyvrs. tha' rt-sults imlivutctl that a tvzun is grurluullp ln-ing lmuilt up :intl H-ry shortly Nvwton should take- its plum- at tht- lwml of sr-hool girl ranks. 'l'h4- opvning gzunt- of tht- svznson rc'sult1-tl in za 3f0 win oxvr Soriwi'x'ille'. NN :ilthzun was the nc-xt Xlt'llIlI, losing to tht- lirst tvzuu. ffl. whilt' the- st-voml tvzuu huttlvrl to si l-fl tiv. Nvwton nu-t llIlt'XIN't'lt'tl dc-fa-:it :it tht' hunfls ol' Waitvrtown. lftl in the- third grunt' of that svuson. Tha' 1-nvounta-r with our um'ivnt rixuls. lirooklint' lligh. proxvcl to ln- the- most nxt-iting :intl lwst pluyvd gzune- ol' tht- se-zison. Xl ith tht' NN vulthy 'l'ovs'ue'rs lvzuling' 2- 0 at tha- mul of thc- lirst half. Nvwton lIllll'2lSlll'tl :in inspirvfl :ittuvk :intl svorml two goals. lioth tvzuns lmttlt-tl bark :intl forth. hut just ht-fore' tht- linul whistle- lrlvw. lirooklinv lll1iIltigIt'tl to svorv that winning goal. Tho swoml tvzun was xivtorious, I-0. 'l'hv sc-uson vmlvcl with za l-l Yivtory for Nvwton oxvr at strong alurnnm' ziggrv- gution. ,1Xpproxiin:itt-ly lltl girls rvgulurly rc-portvcl for tit-Id hoc-lu-y during tlw full. lfxvry vancliclzite was gixvn :i vlmmw- to play on sonic- tvzuu. 1':u'h rlziss with tht- vwivvptiori of tht- svniors. having two 4-oniplf-tv tc-suns. ln tht- pre-lirninury stagf-s of tht- svuson. lhv juniors and sc-niors playvd a two out of thrm- sc-rim-s. uncl tht- fre-shin:-n and sophoinorvs clicl the- szum-. Thu svniors won the vluss vlieuupionship in thv tinuls. IIS N IN ETEEEN T' WJEJN T LUN I N E, Girls, Tennis I,'upla1'n. VIRGINIA HATCH Coach. NTAIDA I"1.xNm:ns 0 definite tennis team has been chosen as yet. because the high school courts have not been in proper condition. The team will be composed of seven players and a substitute. of which the probable line-up will be: Katherine Locke as player No. l. llelen Nlorgan as No. 2. and Esther Turner. No. 3. Ruth and Helen Chase will make up the first doubles team and the second doubles team will he selected from such prospects as Virginia llatch. Adelaide Fogg. Dorothy Bliss. Marjorie Mighill. and Emily Dunleavy. The schedule is being arranged with some of the best. known tennis teams around greater Boston, such as Arlington. Brookline, Lexington and Xlinchester. Newton has been unfortunate in losing Katherine Sprague. the captain. who transferred to Cambridge, but Virginia Hatch is doing commendable work in her place. 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