Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)
- Class of 1930
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Feature Section, has done a great deal toward the
higher standards that were promised at the subscrip-
tion assembly in February. The Organization Section
now consists of pictures and histories. of every group
in the school. This has never before been accom-
plished and the editors have felt that it is a real step
in the right direction.
To every staff member and to those of the faculty,
who have so willingly given their time and eH'ort to
make the year book "bigger and better," the editor
expresses his deepest appreciation.
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RVING O. PALlN'lEl1, Principal of Newton lligh School, graduated from Coburn
Classical Instit.ule in 1883 and Colby College in 1887. During the '90's he was a student
at Harvard Summer School in the fields of Physical Science and Education to the extent
of seven or eight courses.
Before coming to Newton, Mr. Palmer was Principal of Derby Academy, 1887-18883
Principal of 1Nareham, Massachusetts, lligh School, 1888-18915 Head of Science Depart-
ment at Tabor Academy, 1891-1893, Head of Science Department at Salem High School,
1893-1897. In 1897 he came to Newton, and from 1897-1910 was Head of the Science
Department. From 1910-192-1 he was Principal of the Newton Technical High School,
and, since then, has been Principal of Newton Iligh School.
Mr. Palmer was joint author of a small volume entitled "One Thousand Problems in
Physics." He has been president of t.he Science Department of the National Education
Association. He is a member of the Hcadmasters Association and a Rotarian. He has
also held membership and, in some cases, oflice in other educational organizations, some
local, some state, and some national in scope.
Mr. Palmer states that he has been "guilty in past years of wasting the substance of
an impecunious schoolmaster in European travel. in journeying through the majority of
t.he states of the Union and all the Canadian provinces but one." He says, also, that he
"enjoys work, family. food, and friends."
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EFORE coming to Newton Iligh School, Paul E. Elicker, Assistant Principal, was
a member of the faculties of several,other schools. At Malverne High School, Lyn-
brook, Long Island, New York, he was director of dramatics and athletic teams. Later
he was director of dramatics and baseball coach at Franklin High School, Hackensack,
New Jersey. From there he went to Fran.klin School in New York Citygwhile there he was
on leave of absence, serving as an officer in the Infantry during the World War. Still later
Mr. Elicker was at Collegiate School in New York. He came to Newton in 1923 and
since then has been a mathematics teacher, on the Administrative Staff, and, since 1927,
Since 1916 Mr. Elicker has spent his summers in camps, the Engineer Camps of Colum-
bia University, Connecticut Military Camp, Giiicers' Training Camp, Camp Lee, Virginia,
Boys' Camps, Thousand Islands, New York and Montrose, Pennsylvania. The last
eleven summers he has spent at Camp Susquehannock as Assistant Head Counsellor.
This summer Mr. Elicker will be "camping part time on the Atlantic Ocean and in countries
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versity, Boston University, and Harvard "with a few degrees thrown in here and there,"
as he modestly puts it.
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Alice A. Alden .' .
Francesco Argento .
Abner H. Bailey . .
Alice Batcheller . .
Beatrice L. Bates . .
Joseph Bedard .
Blanche F. Bemis .
Gladys M. Bigelow .
Carl P. Birmingham .
Edward P. Boulter .
Hazel Broad . . .
Morris H. Brown . .
Emily P. Burdon . .
Maude E. Capron .
Gertrude VV. Carleton
A. Hortense Church .
Charles R. Consodine.
Helen Cotton . . .
Eleanor L. Cox .
Katherine Curtis .
Fred H. Daniels . .
Gladys F. Davis . .
Caroline M. Doonan .
Albert A. Dulac . .
Elizabeth M. Eaton .
Margarita WV. Ells .
Donald G. Enoch . .
John F. Fitzsimmons
Maida Flanders . .
Francis J. Foster .
Cecile E. Giroux .
Nlay B. Goodwin . .
Raymond A. Green .
Edward N. Griffin .
Ethel Ham . . .
George E. Hardy . .
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Frederick O. Holmes . .
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Arthur C. Johnson .
Helen P. Johnston .
Lucius P. Jones .
Robert M. Keeney .
Vesta Keeney . .
H. Anna Kennedy .
Jeannie B. Kenrick .
Horace Kidger .
Daniel F. Koughan .
Grace S. Klmtz .
George A. Land .
Anne L. Leathers .
Helen B. Lee . .
Frances V. Lund .
Oscar Martin . .
Bertha P. Maynard .
Elizabeth L. Mayo .
Ethel W. McGregory .
Marion B. McGuire . .
Charles H. Mergendahl .
Jessica F. Meserve .
M. Roberta Miller .
Catherine A. Murray .
Gertrude E. Myles .
Edith E. Newcomb .
Helen E. Nute .
Mary C. Owens .
Forrest F. Paige .
Alvin Parker . .
Harry J. Patterson .
Charles W. Peterson . .
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Edwin B. Pitt .
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Nelson Clark Bell
Elaine Gertrude Bevan
Dorothy Madeline Bevan
Donald H. Briggs
Helen Rhoda Brooks
Elinor Frances Brown
Emmons Babb Brown
Harrison Cornforth Carlson
Maude Humphrey Chase
Mary Sumner Church
Harry Shepardson Colony
Ellen Jane Cooley
Charles Warren Dillaway, Jr.
William Leslie Doten
Frederick Davenport Drew
Edith MacNaughton Duthie
Mary Alice Eaton
Virginia Blood Fales
Alice Marion Gallagher
Wooster Philip Giddings
Charles Walker Hall
Alice Sarah Harvey
Herbert Vincent Joyce
Robert Louis Kengott
Clara Louise Kimball
Margaret Agnes Lennox
Herbert Clay Lewis
Daniel J. Lombardi
Marion Mason ,
Bernice Helen MacDowell
Anna Mary MacKenzie
Constance Wright Potter
Mary Jane Railshack
John Barnes Richmond
Cecelia C. Romaszkiewicz
Ruth Small V
Mary Catherine Stephen
Chester A. Tudbury
Margaret Emma Tyler
Clement Aloysius White
Samuel Irving Wilkinson
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New vict'ries to attain.
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314 Newtonville Avenue, Nnwtonville
If Qves were made for seeing, -
Then beauly is ils own excuse for being.
Betty: Born Muy 25, 1912: General: E. P.
Tileston: Walter Reed Hospital: To be the Brst
woman pilot to fly around the world: Gym
Meet, 1: Usher, 2, 3: Home Economics Club, 2:
Lunch Room Squad, 5.
ELIZABETH CECELIA ADAMS
18 Dorset Hd., Vllnban
A slill, small voice.
Libby: Born March 20, 1913: Language:
Angier: Wheaton: To obtain a satisfactory
college education: Alpha Beta. 1. 2: English
Club, 3: Ilonor Roll, 1: Basketball. 1, 2, 3, 4:
Baseball, 1, 2, 3: Hockey, 1: Girls' Track, 3, 4:
Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, 4: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2.
56 Hawthorne St., Newton
He would raise n problem deep and nice,
And qfler solve il in a lrire.
U Archie: Born November 16, 1909: Voca-
tional: Stearns: N. 11. State: To be an architect:
Outdoor Concert., 1, 2, 3.
ANSON BIDWELL ALBREF
49 Shaw St., West Newton
Naughl is loo high for the dar ing of mortals.
Al: Born lifny 26, 1909: General: Blair:
Bryant SL Stratton: To bent Lindbcrglfs record
across the ocean: Lunchroom Squad, 4: Senior
Play, 4. I
ALTHEA LUCINE ADALIAN
12 Boylston Rd., Newton Highlands
'YA person is well dressed. when dressed in good
Al: Born December 8, 1912: General: East
Greenwich: Miss Perry's: To be n well dressed
person: English Club, 3, 4: Varsity Glee Club,
3, 4: Gym Meet, 3: Outdoor Concert, 3.
361 Lowell Ave., Newtonville
LYDIA TUFTS ALBREE
49 Shaw St., Vilest Newton
l-Vil is lhe spice of all speech.
Lyd: Born December 21, 1912: Scientific:
Peirce: Connecticu t: To be a chemist: Hockey,
1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 1, 2, 4: Baseball, 1, 2:
Track, 3, 4: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 4: Outdoor
Concert, 1. 2, 4: Senior Play Property Com-
mittee, 4: English Club, 4.
DOROTHY CAROLINE ADAMS,
Few lhmgs are impossible lo diligence and skill.
Dot: Born May 13, 1911: Stenographic: F.
A. Day: Boston University: To be a writer:
Field Hockey, 2: Commercial Club, 4: English
Club, 4: Kappa Kappa Psi, 4: Newtonite, 4:
Gym Meet, 2.
214 Cabot St., Newtonville
She's quainlly pelile and dainlily sweet.
Barbe: Born December 7, 1912: Language:
F. A. Day: Vassar: To be a lawyer: Alpha
Beta, 2: Publicity Committee of Senior Play:
Senior Assembly: Honor Roll, 2.
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RALPH LEWIS ALLEN
'488 Watertown St.. NVest Newton
He is so willy and so slrong
Tha! be a mallrr rver so wrong
He will makr il righf.
Bud: Born November 30, 19091 Vocational:
F. Day: N.ortheast,erug To be a mechanical
engineer, Junior Varsity Football, 3, Outdoor
Concert, 1, 2, 3.
67 Clyde St., Newtonville
Il must be greal lo be lalenled!
Judy, Born May 18. 19113 General, F. A.
Day: ltlassanhusi-t,ts School of Art, To teach
Art: Basketball. 2: Varsity, 4: Field Hockey, 2:
Track, -lg Gym Meet, 2, 43 Glen Club, 2. 3, 43
Outdoor Concert. 2, 3: Drama Club, 41 Social
Studies Club. 4, llonor Roll, 4, English Club, 49
WILLIAM CHARLES ALTIEHI
11 Thornton St.. Newton
Eul, drink, and be merry -'for lomorrmtfs Il
Bill, A13 Born February 211, 10131 Steno-
grapliicg Bigelow: University ol' Wcstford:
Executive Committee, 54 Honor Roll. 5.
K ATIILEEN ANDREWS
103 Prince St.. VW-st. Newton
I feel whal I run ne'er express, yet raunol all
Kay, Horn April 16, 1912: Language:
Peirce: Blount. Holyoke: To write something
worthwhile: Alpha Beta, 1, 2: English Club 3, 53
Library Club, 4. 5: Social Studies Club, 43
Ilonor Roll, 1, 2g Legislature, 55 Newtonite,
2, 3: Newtonian. 4, 5: Senior Banquet Com-
mittee, 4, Field Hockey, 3, 4, 53 Basketball,
1, 2, 3, Baseball, 3, 4.
PHILIP FREDERICK ANDRES
61 Kirkstall Hd.. Newtfonville
He is firsl an alhlelef
Philg Bom Marcli 23, 19113 Business, F. A.
Day, Undecided: Varsity Football, 2, 3. -13
Varsity Baseball, 2. 3, 44 Varsity Hockey, 3, 4.
ELIZABETH LOUISE ANTONUCCI
373 Langley Rd., Newton Centre
All was quiel while she read.
Libby, Lisag Born September 18. 1912:
General I, 2, 3, Ofliee Training,4: Masong
Boston University, To live each day to the full,
Outdoor Concert, lg Gym Meet, 1, 2, Base-
67 Clyde St.. Newtonville
Soft is lhe music lhal would rhurm forever.
Charlie, Born November 27, 19123 General:
F. A. Day, Miss Wheeloek's: To teach kinder-
garten, Varsity Orchestra, 1. 2, 3: Outdoor
Concert, 2, 3: Gym Meet. 2, 3, 4: llunor Roll,
3, 43 Drama Clu , 4, Board of Music, 4.
JOHN IHVIN ARGERSINGER
133 Collins Rd., Waban
I-Ve are the markers, lhe makers.
l'Ve are no longer dumb!
Argie: Born December 3, 1913, Scientific,
Allen Military: Union, To be n lawyer: Fresh-
man-Sophomore Drama Club, 2, President, 2,
Aviation Club, 43 Indoor Track, 3, 4, Honor
Roll. 3: National Honor Society, 3, 45 Orange
Book, Drama Club Play, 2.
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WILLIAM JEROME ARNOLD
10 Howard St., VValtham
His gbry is lo subdue men.
Jerry: Bom May 29, 1911: Mathematics:
Wlllunantlc, Conn.: Brown: To do research
work: English Club, 4.
RICHARD CURTIS BARI R
9 Daniel St.. Newton Centre
Wllh such a comrade, .rush afrlend
One fain would walk till journey s end
Dick. Cannonball: Bom February 1.1 1911
Electrical: Mason: Ohio State University
To be nn electrical engineer: Outdoor conoert
l, 2, 3: Radio Club.
JULIA ELIZABETH BACON
354 Waltham St., West New Inn
'Nalure inlendz-rl you lo be lhe founloirfs
frmge of cheerfulnessl
Julie, Petite Julie, JoJo: Born Devember 30,
1912: General: Peirce: Bouve: To help others
want to do their best in important things:
Hockey, 2, 3. 4: Basketball, 1, 2, 4: Track, 4:
Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Fconomics Club,
1. 2: Newtonitc, 2: Alpha Beta. 2: Glee Club, 3:
Chorus, 3, 4: Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, 4: Claw
Orchestra, 2: Varsity Orchestra, 2.
ROY BALL BAKER
10 Chase St.. Newton Centre
He enlers the porl wilh afull sail
Skipper, Lefty: Bom April 18 1911 Sclen
titic:Muson: University of Southern Cahfomia
Football, 3, 4: Track, 3, 4: Spanish Club .J
Glee Club, 5: Lunch Squad, 5: Trallic Squad 5
PRISCILLA SPAULDING BACON
35-1 Waltham St., Wat Newton
A merljv hear! makelh n cheerful counlenunre
Pussy, Pris: Born June 14, 1911: Scientific:
Peiroe: Ohio VVtslPyan: 'l'o keep smiling: Alpha
Beta, 1, 2: Home Economics Club, 2: Alpha
Gamma Tau, 3, 4: Secretary, 4: Newtonite,
1, 2, 3: Trudic Squad, 3, 4: Outdoor Concert,
2, 3: Gym Meet,2, 3: Basketball, 1, 2, 3:
Baseball, 2, 3: Honor Roll, 1.
ELIZABETH BAI DNVIN
19 liumham Rd., West Newton
A sweel, young maid whom every one delrghls In
Betty: Born March ll, 1913 Scientific
Choate: Mt. Vernon: Gym Meet 2 3 Out
door Concert, 2, 3: Senior Banquet Com
mittee: English Club, 4: Board of Social
IDA ROSE BAIMA
36 Jasset St., Newton
Her life has many a hope and aim.
Eidu: Born July 31. 1912: Stenographie:
F. A. Day: To travel: Baseball, 2: Basketball,
2: Commercial Club, 4 .
CHARLES CARROLI BARRY
29 Irving St., Newton Centre
The many-sbded mind is ripefor every pri e
Bud, Charlie: July 1, 1911: General Mason
Boston University: Odysseus Hullburton
Barry: Freshman Track: Baseball 1 2 3
Varsity, 4: Chairman Boys' Athletic Com
mittee, 5: Social Studies Club 4 5 Drama
Club, 4, 5, Play, 5: Senior Play 5 Honor
Roll, 5: Board of Publications, 5 Executive
Committee, 5: Editor-in-chief Newtonian 5
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ALICE GERTRUDE BATSON
59 Warwick Rd., West Newton
She's here, there, and everywhere.
Bats, Born March 12, 1911: Scientilic,
Peirce, Simmons: To be a private secretary,
Basketball, 1, Baseball, 4, Gym Meet, 1,
Trallic Squad, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 5,
Legislature Albemute, 5, French Club, 4,
English Club, 5, Newtonite, 1.
48 Eliot Ave., VVesL Newton
MELVIN GEORGE BECKER
410 Newtonville Ave., Newwnville
I nduslry keeps me always busy..
Mel, Born January 15, 1911, General
Businfss: F. A. Day, Burdett's Business
School, To be an Accountant, Traffic Squad, 3,
Social Studies Club, 5, Commercial Club, 5,
greiiisurcr of Commercial Club, 5, Honor
o , a.
1'RAN1x ARTHUR BATSTONE, Ja.
A companion Uml is cheerful is u-orlh more
Beans: Born August 26, 1911, Scientific,
F. A. Day, Massachusetts A ricultural, To
keep from growing old: Alpha lit-ta, 2, Varsity
Orchestra, 2, 3, Class Orchestra, 2, 3, Varsity
Band, 2, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, Senior Talent
Assembly, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 3, 4.
6 Alban Rd., Waban
MARTHA JANE BELL
14 Ivanhoe St., Ncwwn
She is rich in common sense.
Mart, Pad, Born December 30, 1911, Ollice
Training, Bigelow, Field Hockey, 1, 2, Basket-
ball, 2. 3, 4, English Club, 5, Gym Meet,
1, 2, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 3.
WILLIAM FRANKLIN BAXTER, Ja.
I am a citizen of lhe world.
Bill, Frank, Born June 7, 1911, Mathematics,
Angier, M. I. T., To get to college, Trallic
Squad, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, 5, Usher Senior
NELSON CLARK BELL
163 Grove St., Auburndale
Business is business and I'm a business man.
Nellie, Burn December 9, 1910, Mathe-
matics, Eaglebrook Lodge. Deerfield, Pomona,
California, To be a doctor, Anti-humming
Campaign, 1: Math Club, 2, 3, Newtonian,
2, 3, 4, 5, Basketball, Assistant Manager, 3, 4,
Manager, 5, Lunchroom Sqluacl, 3, 4, 5, Stage
Committee, 4, 5, National Ionor Society, 4,
I4 Ivanhoe Sl... Newton
BESSIE ALMEDA BEAIHSTO
295 Lexington St., Aubumdale
Were we speaking of business lechniqne?
Buss, Born December 8, 1911, Ollice Train-
ing, Burr: To get n good job, Home Economics
Club, I, 2: Outdoor Com-nrt, I, Scholarship
Roll, 1, 2, National Honor Society, 4.
WILLIAM JAMES BELL
Ilerc was a man lo hold againsl lhe world.
Bill, Horn March 3, 1910, Business, Bige-
low, Freshman Football, Intermediate Foot-
ball, 2gN'nrsity Football, 3, -I, Junior Varsity
Hockey, 2, Varsity Hockey, 3, 4, Hi-Y Club, 5,
Boys' Vice-president of' Associates. 5: Chair-
man of Boys' Athletic Board, 5, Senior Dance
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HAROLD LLOYD BELMONT
25 Chaske Ave., Auhurndale
As a bird is known by this nole, so is a man
by his converxalion.
pllarry: Born June 20, 1911: Mathematics:
West lluven: M. I. T.
GERTRUDE EILLFN BLK AN
220 Newtonville Ave., Newton
Elaine the fair,
Elaine lhe lovable.
Elaine: Born March 27, 1912: Language:
F. A. Day: Radcliffe: Alpha Beta, 2: En lish
Club, 4: Senior Banquet, 3: Outdoor Con-
cert. 2, 3: Newtonitc, 2: Gym Meet, 2, 4:
Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 2, 3: Track, 3:
Hand, 2, 3: Scholarship Boll, 2: N, H.S0ciety, fl.
JAMES MONROE BENSON
9 Somerset Rd., West Newton
l Have a Iillle faith in me.
1 rlimmie, Jim: Born March 27, 1911: Scien-
l,llICQ Peirce: Dartmouth: To grow a full beard:
Alpha Gamma Tau, 2: Play, 2: Manager
Tennis. 3: Hi-Y, 4, 5, President, 5: Class Presi-
dent, 3. 4: President of Associates, 5: Spanish
Club, 5, Treasurer, 5: Chairman Senior Prom,
5: English Club, 3: Newtonite, 3: Newtonian, 5.
DOROTHY MADELAINE BEVAN
220 Newtonville Ave., Newton
A merrv hear! doeth good like a medzbine.
Dot: Bom March 24, 1913: Language:
F. A. Day: Radcliffe: Honor Roll, 2, 3: Na-
tional Honor Society, 4: English Club, 4,
Senior Banquet Committee, 3: Outdoor Concert:
2, 3, 4: Varsity Orchestra, 2, 3, 4: Class Or-
chestra, 2, 3: New England Music Festival,
2, 3, 4: G m Meet, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 2, 3, 4:
Track, 3:T3aseball, 2, 3: Newtonite, 2.
ALBERT BRIGHAN BENT
61 Concolor Ava., Newton
His good nalurc is wilhaul an equal.
Al: Bom April 20, 1910: General: Mitchell
Academy: Amherst: Varsity Orchestra, 4, 5:
Class Orchestra, 4-, 5.
125 Prince St.. West Newton
Those graceful acts,
Those thousand decencies ihal daily flow
From all her words and actions.
Bing: Born October 18, 1912: Language:
Peirce: Smith: Class Secretary, 4: Girls'
Vioe-President of Legislature, 5: National
Honor Society, 4, 5: Vice-President, 5: New-
tonile, 1, 2: Newtonian, 5: Alpha Beta, 1, 2, 3:
English Club, 3, 4, Vice-President. 4, Play, 4:
Library Club Secretary, 3, 4: Varsity Hockey,
4, 5: Basketball, 3, 4.
885 Beacon St., Newton Centre
All jewels hold fire.
Rufus: liluby: Bom July 7, 1912: Language:
Mason: Wellesley: To live by the lonely sea
and the sky: Alpha Beta, 2. Play, 2: Gym Meet,
1, 2, 3: Newtonite, 2: Drama Club, 3, 4, 5,
Play, 5: English Club, 4: Honor Roll, 5.
DONALD BURKHARDT BlSClIOI'F
52 Nonuntuni St., Newton
All ha il, lhau grarious aclnr.
Don, Bisoh: Born May 12, 1911: Mientilic:
Bigelow: VVes!eyan: To not with Hampden:
Newtonile, 2: English Club, 5: Drama Club
Play, S: S1-nior Play: Senior Dance Committee:
Legislature, 5: Lunchroom Squad.
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1 Geniaus is only patience.
E Bob: Bom April 30, 1912: Businws: F. A.
Day: Undecided: T0 be a seagoing gentleman:
. Traflic Squad, 3: Hockey, 3.
:, IIANNAII LOUISE BOND
E f 24 Oxford Bd., Newton Centre
2 Her voirc was ever sofl.
2 Genlle and lou-.
Anne: Porn July 22, 1910: General: Mason:
Junior College: To iind what I want to do:
Oh lhou: are fairer than the evening air, clad
E . in the beauly of a thousand slars.
Augier: Katherine Gibbs: Class Basketball, 1,
Z 2, 3: Class Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Hockey,
E 4' Girls' Dress Assemhl 4 G m Meet 1 2
3 . y. x y . . .
2 3, 4: Ushers and Judges Committee, 3,
E DONALD LEE BOSWORTII
3 Don, Bozie: Bom February 20, 1913:
2 2 Mathematics: F. A. Day: Tufts: To be grad-
? 2 uated from M. I. T.: Football, 2, 3: Varsity, 4:
ig Basketball, 2, 3: Varsity, 4: Class 2nd Vice-
? No halved sainl, bu! every inch a man.
Gay: Born November 5, 1911: Scientific:
Intermediate Hockey, 4: Assistant Manager
Football, 2, 3: Manager Baseball, 5: Pin
E Committee, 4: Drama Club Treasurer, 5:
E Legislature, 5: Cheer Leader, 5.
E GLADYS ELIZABETI1 BOUDROT
E 263 Pearl St., Newton
E A girl afler every one's heart.
I Glady: Bom October 29, 1912: Stenographic:
E F. A. Day: Boston University: Tobe a private
5. secretary: Commercial Club, 4: Parents' Day
2 1 Usher, 3.
5 ELEANOR BOLSTER
E 222 Lowell Ave., Newionville
E A lillle bil ofseriousness mired wilh a dash offun.
E El, Ellie: Born April 9, 1912: Scientific:
5 F. A. Day: Simmons: English Club, 3: Social
2 Studies Club, 4: Drama Club, 3, 4-, Play, 4:
2 ' 1 MELVIN JOSEPH BOUDROT
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3 Math Play, 1: Drama Club Play, 3, 4, 5:
E Girls' Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3: Chorus, 1, 2.
2 DOROTHY HENRY BLISS
E 10 Allston St., Newtonville
?V Dot: Born November 12, 1912: General:
2, 3, 4: Class VicePrcsident, 4: English Club,
Z 15 Stoueleigh Rd., West Newton
: A man is not lost unlil los! lo hirnself.
Q , President, 4: Class Executive Board, 4.
E GALEN ALBERT BLOOM
-: Y 2 Newbury Ter., Newton Centre
?i Mason: Wesleyan: To amount. to something:
, Honor Roll, 3, 4.
5 1 19 Faxon St., Nonnntum
E l U silence were golden, he would be rich.
E 3 Mel, Boudy, Doc: Born August 30, 1911:
E Business: F. A. Day: To be a Theatre Manager:
2 Lunchroom Squad, l, 2: Trallic Squad, 2.
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BELTON REVEROY BOUTTE
258 Prince St., VVQ-.st Newton
Oh! that man from the South!
Bon: Horn July 16, 1908: General Academic:
New Orleans, Louisiana: Massachusetts College
ol' Pharmacy: Band. 1: Lunchroom Squad, 2, 3:
Class Orchestra. 2, 3: Tratlic Squad, 2. 3:
Ou ldoor Concert, 4.
MARGARET MARY BRIDEY
1295 Boylston St.. Newton Upper Falls
Virtue is bald and goodness never fearful.
Peg: Born May 2, 1912: Scientific: Emerson:
Atherton Ilall: To be a professor: English
Club, 4: Class Baseball. 1, 2, 3, 4: Outdoor
Concert, 1, 2: Newtonite. 4: Girls' Track, 4:
Home Economics Club, 4: Gym Meet. 1. 2.
ROSAMOND EYRE BOWEN
42 Parsons St., iNest Newton
Golden coins drop into the pockets of many:
but golden ideas into the minds offeu-.
Ros, Ronnie: Born September 22, 1912:
Scientific: F. A. Day: Atherton Hall: To be
able to speak ' Esperanto fluently: Alpha
Beta, 2: English Club, 3: Social Studies Club,
4: Newtonite, 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll, 3: Outdoor
Chorus, 2, 3: Newtonian Stalf, 4.
HELEN JEANNE BRIDGE
138 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill
A rose is sweeter in the bud than full bloom.
Born December 10, 1910: General: Mason:
Miss Wheelock's: To be become a dancer:
Home Economics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Treasurer of
Home Economics, 4-: English Club, 3, 4: Gym
Meet, l, 2, 3.
IIELEN PARKER BOWLBY
1776 WVashingt,0n St., Auburndale
A horse! a horse! my kingdom for a horse.
Billy: Born April 18, 1912: Language: Burr:
Wellesley: To be a director of Physical Educa-
tion: Alpha Beta, 1, 2: Honor Roll, 1, 2:
Basketball, 1. 2, 3, 4, Captain, 1, 2, 3, 4: Inter-
school Class Team, 2, 4: Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Captain, 1, 2, 3: Girls' Track, 4: Gym Meet, 1,
2, 3, 4: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2.
DONALD HIC KS BRIGGS
21 Saxon Ter., Newton Highlands
Who miz'd reason with pleasure,
And wisdom with mirth.
Born December 13, 1912: Language: Hyde:
Nvesleyanz To pose for Firestone tire ads:
Band, 1, 2: Scho arship Roll, 1, 3: Football, 4:
Drama Club, 3, 4:-Play, 3, 4: English Club,
3, 4: Senior Play: Newtonite. 3, 4: Editorial
Editor, -1: Newtonian Feature Editor, 4: Lunch-
room Squad, 4: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 4:
Fresh-Soph Track Meet, 2.
ELEANOR HELENA BOWSER
9 Charles St., Newton Highlands
No Iegaqv is so rich as honesty.
Born August 2, 1912: Otlice Training: Arling-
ton: Business School: To be a bookkecper or
t pist.: Commercial Club, 4: Camera Club, 4:
Dllewtonite, 4: Outdoor Concert, 2, 3.
HELEN RIIODA BROOKS
Her ways are ways of pleasantness.
Born July 22, 1913: Language: Mason:
Radcliffe: To be a lawyer: Newtonite, 1, 2, 3, 4:
Assistant News Editor. 3: News Editor, 4:
Orange Book, 3: Newtonian Data Editor, 4:
Alpl'a Beta, 1, 2: Secretary, 2: English Club,
3, 4: Drama Club, 4: National Honor Society,
3, 4: Scholarswfx Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Secre-
tary, 2: Gym eet, 1, 2, 3.
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ELINOR FRANCES BROWN
H-5 Ilarvard St., Newtonville
.find rm lhal vheek, and lfer lhul brrnr, lhe
smiles Ihal win, Ihe linls Ihal glow.
Ellie: Born October 14, 1912: Language:
F. A. Day: Wheaton: To get. into college:
Outdoor Concert., 2: French Club, 2, 3. 4:
Treasurer, 4: National Honor Society, 3, 4:
Gym Meet, 2: Usher. 3: Honor Roll, 2, 3, -1:
Alternate to Legislature, 4: Newtonian, 4.
FREDERICK WARREN BURTON
61 Islington Rd., Auhurudale
Good sense and good nnlure are never separate-d.
Fred, Freddy: Burn November 9, 1910:
Scientific: Edward Devotion: Bowdoin: To
be u great lawyer: Indoor Track, I, 3. fl!
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KENNETH GORDON CADY
118 Upland Rd., Waban
Pleasure first: lei business lake care of ilseU.
Kennie, Cade: Bom June 12, 1911: Scien-
tific: Angierg Bowdoin: To be able to take life
with a song: Hi-Y, 4, 5.
DAV ID RERR BUCHANAN
1191 Vllashington St., West. Newton
Blushing is Ihr color nf 1-irlue.
Dave, Buck: Born October 14, 1012: Com-
mercial: Peirce: Mamsnchusetts Nautical:
Track, 1. 2: Alpha Beta, I: Social Studies, 3:
Senior Play Pubivity Committee Chairman, 4.
THOMAS WINCENT CANNON
52 Washington St., Newton
Peace has ils vivlnries.
Duke, '1um, Born Seimtember 1, 1910:
Scieutilic: F. A. Day: Le and Stanl'ord: To
LDIIH AFNES BURNS
431 Parker St., Newton Centre
Ilenre, Ionlhrd mf'Iam'hoLv!
Sis: Horn Biarch 15, 1912: Stenographio:
Hyde: To bc serious: Commercial Club. fl-:
Outdoor Concert, 2, 3.
JOHN FRANLIS CAREY, Jn.
102 Staniford St., Auburmlale
Hts words are carrfulb chosen.
Born January 23, 1913: Business: Burr:
Ruston University: To sing.
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HARRISON CORNFORTH CARLSON
. 131 Bishopsgate Rd.. Newton Centre
An education is a great lhing.
Rom Auqust'29, 1913: Mathematics: Mason,
M. l. 'l.: o hnd the Alicyclic-B-totra-hydrm
nnphthyluminn ester of dioxy tereph thalic
lrationul Ilonor Society, 3, 4: Camera
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ELIZABETH PRESCOTT CARVER
31 Central Ave., Newtonville
A lhing of beauty is a joyforener.
Betty, Sandy: Born .luly 10, 1910: General'
F. A. Day: Ves r George: To model the latest
fashions or to e an artist.: Drama Board, 4'
FRANCES ELLEN CARNEY
114 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville
Arl is long - life is short.
Fran, Frannie: Born September T, 1912:
General: F. A. Day: Mamachusetts School
ol' Art: To draw like John La Gotta: Chorus, 2:
Outdoor Concert, 2: Social Studies Club, 4:
Art Club, 4: Gym Meet, 3: Newtonite, 3, 4.
254 Central St., Auburndale
Happy as a rlum al high tide.
Ruthie, Rufus: Born Febru
Scientific: Burr: Simmons: To
ary 9, 1913:
write n book,
and be a nurse: Newtonite, 1, 2: Alpha Beta,
1, 2: Gym Meet. 1: Outdoor Concert., 1.
MARY KRICKEL CARRICK
68 Chester St., Newton Highlands
Her looks do argue her replete with modesly.
Born April 11, 1912: Language: Hyde:
Middlebur : Legislature, 1: Honor Roll, 1:
Freshman-Sophomore Drama Club, 2: Alpha
Beta, 2: Hockey, 1, 2, 3, Manager, 1, 2:
Basketball, 1, 2, Caertain, 1, 2: Baseball, 2,
Captain, 2: Library lub, 4: English Club, 4:
Drama Club, 3, 4.
10 Beachcr Pl,, Newton Centre
278 California St,, Newton
llfhew! what a varikly of lalenls she has!
Lin, Lindy: Born October 4, 1911: Oflice
Training: F. A. Day: To be an Olympic skater:
Commercial Club, 4: Outdoor Concert, 3:
Gym Meet. 2, 3, 4: Senior Talent Assembly, 4:
Girls' Dress Assembly. 4.
llflen of great knowledge find work n pleasure.
Lou, Vlfeegie: Born January 20. 1913: Busi-
ness: .ltlasoug Boston University: To be a
chemist: Trallic Squad. 3: Social Studies
Club, 3, 4: Faculty Play Property C-Ommittext,
4: Newtonian Floor Manager, 3: National
Honor Society, 4. .
1197 Washington SL, West Newton
Singing hulh charms.
Lil, Lillums: Born March 8, 1912: Steno-
graphic: Peirce: Conservatory of Musinz To
he a great singer: Comm:-rrial Club, 4: Legis-
lature 3: Anti-Humming Hide Committee, 1:
Glec Club, 3: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2.
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MAUDE HUMPHREY CHASE
86 Crofton Rd., WVnbun
Crea! oaks from Iilfle ocorns grow.
Born August 28, 1912: Soieutilir: Angie!!
Middlebur : To exovl in something: Alphu
Rem, 2: Library Club, 4, 5: Treasurer, O-1:
Vice-President, 5: Dmmu Club Pluv. 5: Senior
Plny, 5: Red Cross Convention. 4: Scholarship
Roll, 3: Hockey, 1: Tennis, 3: Gym Meet.
1, 2. 3, 4: Class Secrvmry, 5: National Honor
MARY SUMNER CHURCH
30 Bennington St.. Newton
While Ihou Iiresl, keep u good longuc in Ihgv
Buggie: Born Ninn-h 30, 1013: Lnnguagn:
Girls' Latin: Smith: To fly: Gym Meet., 3. 4:
Hockry, 3, 4: Rnskelball 3, 4:
3, 4: National Honor Society, 4.
ELIZABETH DOROTHY CHASSON
265 Culiforniu St., Newton
Pmlse is a serious sonwlhing-rnuch lo be
Rube, Botmy, Libby: Horn August. 23, 1911:
Ollicn Training: F. A. Day: Boston University:
To become n world known artist: Commercial
Club, 4: Homeroom Manager, 3: Ouuloor
CURTIS WILLARD CHURCH
352 Vlfaltham St., West Newton
There's place and means for every man alive.
Curt: Born October 5, 1911: Business:
Reirce: Boston University: Class Orchestra, 1:
Varsity Band, l, 2, 3: Traliic Squad, 4: New-
Lonite, 5 .
DOROTHY EDNA CHUBB
32 Richardson St., Newton
H igh directed lhoughls, sealed in a hear! of
Dot., Chubby: Born Dwember 19, 1910:
Oliioe Training: Cambridge: Boston Univer-
sity: To have all my wishes come true: Gym
Meet, 1, 2: Commercial Club, 4.
ROBERT ARTHUR CLAFFEE
14 Trowbridge St., Newton Centre
For I am nofhlfng, if noi crihkal.
Bob, Cuff: Born June 18. 1911: Scientific:
Mason: Northeastern: Rusebnll, 4: Camera
Club, 5: Honor Roll, 4, 5.
69 Lowell Ave., Newlonville
A slrong nonrril is rich: sn mor! mon deem:
If not In be, 'lis comforl ye! In seem.
Brick, Chip: Rom September 23, 1913:
Language: F. A. Duy: Annapolis: To mnnufnc-
ture sqniriless grape-fruit: Hi-Y Club. 4: Social
Studies Club, -l-: Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Basketball.
22, 3, 4: Senior Pluy Comlniueoz Senior Dance
Committee: I,egislul.ure. 3: Honor Roll, 4.
IZETTE CAROLINE CLARKE
397 Linwood Avc., Newtonville
Frie-ndlv - sludious - larlvlike.
Iz-HCM, Giz: Born December 21, 1010:
Svieutifir: Angier: Massncluisetts School of Ari.:
To draw bigger nnd beltnr pintures: Honor
Roll, 2, 4: Gym Meat, l, 2: Ouldoor Comrert, 1:
Alpha Belo, 2: English Club, 4: Nahionzil
Honor Souivly, 4.
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RAYMOND JOIIN CLARKE
230 Bellevue St., Newton
Then he will lrzlk -good gods, how he will lalk!
Ray, Clarkey, Born September 6, 1913,
Business, Bigelow, University of Oregon, To
sell ice to the Eskimos, Lunchroom Squad, 2,
Trallic Squad, 2, 3. ,
HARRY SHEPARDSON COLONY
110 Plymouth Rd., Newton Highlands
All Ihr worId's a slugs,
And one man in his lime plays many pnrls.
Hurry, Horn November 20, 1911, Scientific,
Mason, Brown: Basketball, 1, 2, Football,
2, 3, 4, Newtonite 2, 3, 4, Exchange Editor, 4,
Orange Rook, 3: National Honor Society, 3, 4,
Treasurer, 4: Drama Club, 3, 4. Play, 4,
Prize Speaking, 2, Senior Play, 4, English
Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4.
60 Forest, St., Newton Highlands
Smooth runs the wafer where the brook is deep.
Rut1iyJIBorn September 16, 1009, Scientific,
Hyde, urietta: To ily around the world,
Newtonite, 2, 3, Gym Meet, 2, 3.
CAROL CARTER COM ER
68 Hyde St., Newton Highlands
She smiles, she speaks, lhey 601718.
Born October 14, 1911, General, F. A. Day,
Miss Lesley's, To wind an eightwiay clock
and have the eighth day OE, Home Economics
Club, 2, 4, Gym Meet, 1, 2, Outdoor Concert
3, Assembly Usher, 2.
JAMES THOMAS COFFEY
904 Walnut. St., Newton Highlands
Good sense and good nalure are never separated.
Jimmie, Born September 12, 1912, Business,
Hyde, To be a banker, Thrift Teller, 2, Lunch-
room Squad, 4.
MARIADA COM ER
68 Hyde St., Newton Highlands
Benulzful as szveel
And young as beauliful!
Ada, Born October 18, 1913, Scientific, F. A.
Day, Skidmore, To study drama, English
Club, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 1, 2,
Outdoor Concert, 3: Senior Gym Dance
Committee: Senior Girls' Dress Assembly:
English Club Play, 4.
FRANC ES PATRICIA COLLINS
20 Beechrroft' Rd., New ton
No wisdom like silence.
Fran. Frnnnie, Born June 13, 1911, Sr:ientil'ic,
Girls' Latin, Perry Kindergarten, To be a
kindergarten teacher, English Club, 4.
LAWRENCE JOHN CONNELLY
44 Russell Rd., VVcsL Newton
Atl honrslly and acl boldly.
Red, Bom February 5, 1912, Business:
Peirce, Bcnlleyjs, To be the inventor of
trnllic signals: 'arsity Football, 4, Freshman
Basketball, Intermediate Basketball, Junior
Varsity Basketball, Lunohroom Squad, 4,
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ELIZABETH FRANCES CONNOR
299 Lexington St., Auburndalo
If prrsnwrnnee wins. sheds sure lo be n winner.
Lib, Libby: Born July 7, 1912: General:
Burr: Newton Hospital: 0 be a nurse: Varsity
Glee Club, 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club, 4:
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Gym Meet, 1. 2, 3,
4: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 3: Baseball, 1, 2, 3.
294 Cabot St., Newtonville
RUTH GERTRUDE COUGHLAN
10 Stafford Rd., Newton Centro
I'1-e hilrhed my wagon lo a slar.
Born October 5, 1912: Scicntitic: Mason:
Jackson: To win a Phi Beta Kappa Key?
Honor Roll, l, 2. 4: Varsity Orchestra, l, 2, 3, 4:
Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 3, 4: Social Studies
Club, 4: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, 4: Loader, 3, 4:
Basketball, 2: Class Orchestra, 1, 2. 3: New-
tonian, 4: New England Music
Festival, 2, 3:
ELLI N JANE COOLEY
Oh, be wiser lhou!
Inslruz-led lhnl true knowledge leads lo low.
Ellie, E. .1.w: Born July 22, 1913: Language:
F. A. Day: Welle-slr-K: To be an architect: Gym
Must. 2. 3, 4: Bas ethall. 2: Alpha Bnta. 21
English Club, 4: Newtonitc, 2. 3, 4: Scholarship
Roll. 2. 3. fl-: Senior Girls' Drew Assembly, 4:
Outdoor Concert, 2: National llonor Society, 4.
ELIZABETH LOUISE CRONIN
315 Cherry St., iNest Newton
A figure full nf decision and dignily.
Liz, Lib: Born January 6, 1913: Steno-
graphie: Peirce: To he wel dressed: Legisla-
ture, 2: Thrift Teller. 1: Commercial Clu , 4.
VIRGINIA IREN E GOSTELLO
5-L Adella Avo., NVQ-st Newton
Eyes llml play fl pnrl
In Ihis areal world of arf.
Spivie, Spiv: llorn February 24, 1912: Gon-
eral: Peirce: Massauluiselts School of Art:
To design eostunies for Ziagfeld: 2nd Vice-
Presidont, 4: llonor Roll, 2: Stage Connnittee,
-1: Senior Talcnt Committee, Al: Art Editor of
Newtonian, 4: Senior Prom Committee, tl:
Senior Girls' Dress Assembly, Al: Gym Meet., 1,
2: Newtonitc. 2: Executive Committee, 4:
Legislature, 4: Social Studies Club, 4.
151 Oakleigh Rd,, Newton
ALICE EMILY CROWLEY
1185 Boylston St., Newton Upper Falls
Lillie said is soonest mended.
Al: Born July 21, lfltlz General: Emerson:
Boston University: To bo an interpreter!
Spanish Club, 4: llomo Economics Club, 4:
Outdoor Concert, 1: Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4:
Soccer, 3, 4: Volluy Hall, 3, 4: Basketball, 2.
Heallhy, wealthy, and wise!
-Ray: Born October 6, 1910: General:
Bigelow: Miss Sacker's: To bo a student of
artistic design: Social Studies Club, 5: English
Club, 5: Gym Meet, 1, 2.
GERYON me STEIGNER CRUMMETT
57 Wnluut St., Newtonville
An nllable and courleous genllrman.
Jerry: Born October 9, 1910: Scientilic:
Brockton: Vllesleyan: To gain what all men
desire: Trailic Squad, 2, 3, 4, 5: Lunchroom
Squad, 1, 2, 3, 4. 5: Legislature, 2, 3: llomeroom
Businem Manager, 5: llonor Roll, 4: Out-
door Concert .
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37 Clark St.. Newton Centro
11's good lo be mf-rry and wise:
Il's good lo be honesl mul lrue.
Cudrly. Cod: Born November 20. 1012:
Scientific: llyde: Boston School of PllyS1t'lll
Education: To wash windows in an open cur:
Gym Meet, 1, 4: Field Hockey. 1. 2, 3, 4:
Bnskvtboll, 2, 3, 4: English Club, -tg Outdoor
Concert, 1. 2,
DOROTHY ALICE DALE
2101 Commonwealth Ava., Auburndalo
Qf all lhosr urls in whirl! lhq wise' grcfl
1Nulurr's rhief nmslr-rpwrc is zvrifmg well.
Born May 24, 1912: General: Burr: Newton
Hospital: To do good to everyone: Newtonitv, L..
CHARLES FRANCIS CUNNIFF
33 Parson St., Yvvsl Nvwton
Thr friendship lhnl man wins himsf-U is besl.
Charlie: Born December 25, 1911: llusiue-ss:
7 111-iroc: Umlm-idcdg To be a big butter and yum:
man: Football, 1: Hockvy. 1: Trnlliu Squad.
2. 3: Lunvhroom Squad, 3, 4: Thrift Teller. 3.
FIOHEYANTE ALBERT D A1Nln1uL0
272 Boylston SL, Newton Cvutre
Zealous. yrl fnodrsl: iunownl. lhoughfre'P,'
Puliemf of loalg serevlr Hlllidsi alarms.
Frederiv. Blavkio: Born July 12. 19103
Vovationalg Mason: L4-heighg To be a civil
DOROTHY MILDRBD CURRAIN
36 Fra-derivk St., Ncwtonvillc
fmmde-r her u.-avvs and be u rse.
-Dot: Born Mun-h 24-, 1909: General:
Bigelow, To he n muse.
JOHN ANDREW' DAVIS. Jn.
2065 Commonwealth Ave., Auburudalc
He fhnl is lhp-friend indeed,
He will help lhec in lhy nz-ed.
Dove. Junie: Born April 22, 19113 Scientific:
Burr: Massachusetts Agricultural: To he tt
famous biologist.: Chorus. 1, 2: Orohostra, 2:
Baud, 2. 3: Fencing Team, 33 Senior Play
Committee, 5: Legislature, 5, llouor Roll, 5.
436 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre
Worry, worry. worry. Why worry? H'm!
I should worm.
Lil, Cushiog Bom November 13, 1910:
Geuernlg Lasell: Finishing School: Romeo
where are you?'g Outdoor Consort, 23 Home
Economirs Club, 3, 4: English Cluh, -1.
103 Beethoven Ave' Waban
An oak as nnl felled ol one blow.
Rip. Bob: Bom January 24. 19125 Scieutilic:
Angler: Northeastern: Junior Varsity Football,
3: Lunvhroom Squad, 2.
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EDWIN WINDFIELD DAVOL
60 Athelstane lid., Newton Centre
Imagination is llw air of mind.
Ed, Eddy: Born Ovtober 26, 1912: Business:
Hyde: To do things: Glee Club, ll.
VIULA MAE DILLABUUGI1
1183 Wvashinglon St., West. Newton
1l'70lIllllI,S ul hrs! ll rnnlradirlion xlill.
D, Di: Born-April 1, 1910: General: F. A.
Day: Young: Woman's Christian Association:
To be a dietitian: Home lit-onomivs Club. 2, 3.
RUNA THELMA DAVY
63 Harvard St.. Newtonville
Can we ever hurt' loo much of ll good lhing?
Born Oewber 23, 1912: Sc-ienliliv: Mason:
Vesper George: To paint a recognizable por-
trait: FF?-811H1811-S0z1l10ll'10l'l' Drama Club. 2:
Prize Speaking. 1: lutdoor Concert, 1: Senior
Dance Committee, ll: Basketball. 2: Baseball.
2: Traclt, 3, 4-: Gym Meet., 1, 2, 3: Newtonian, ll.
CHARLES VVAHREN DILLAWAY, Jn.
25 Endivoll. SL., Newton Highlands
A 11110 hvivc luld.
Dill: Born May 20, 1912: Business: Hyde:
Undecided: To be an ambassador: Basket.-
hall, 1: Social Studies Club, 3: Orchestra, 3:
Varsity Orchestra, 4: Cheer Leader, 4: Drama
Club Play. fl: Senior Usher, fl: Senior Banquet.
Committee: National Honor Society, 4.
65 Hancock Avo., Newton Centre
The hubil nf looking on Ihc basl side of every
erenl is warlh more Ihrm u thousand pounds u
Punkie, Dear: Born November 13, 1011:
General: Mason: Colby Junior College: To he
a priynte secretary to a eollege president: Gym
Meet., 1: French Club. 4:1-ioeialblxidivs Club, 5:
Socretary, 5: Honor Roll, 3.
2.1 Endlnott St., Newton Highlands
No, xir, l'm the olher one.
Hill: Born May 29, 1912: Business: Hyde:
Undecided: To be doing something: Honor
Roll, 1: English Club, 4: Senior Play Usher:
Tmrk Seconds, 4: Trallic Squad, 3, 4.
JESSE WILLIAM DEMMONS
221 Chapel St., Nonantum
He lirew lung that livrs well.
Jess: Born October 28. 1911: Business: F. A.
Day: To go places and things: Lunchroom
ROSAMOND MARIE DOHONEY
53 Henshaw St., 'West Newton
Quicl, yr! we knmr she is than-.
Ros, Rosy: Born November 721012: Steno-
graphic: Peirce: Boston University: To be a
private serretary: Commun-nal Club, 4.
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MILDRED LORRAINE DOLAN 1
1 2 Lowell Ave., Newtionville
The denil halh nol in all his qui1rer's choice, ' 5
An arrow for lhe hear! like a su-eel voice.
Doll Born November 21- 1 In
yi - 4 . 9 ..: Language: , fe .
F. A. Day: Radcliffe: To he a great singer: gif
Honor Hull, 3, rl.
ie WILLIAM LESLIE DOTEN, Ja.
32 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre
ll is well to be wise in a greol momenl.
if Les: Bom March 23, 1912: Mathematics: if
17 Y, Mason: M. l. T.: To be an engineer: National ii:
Honor Sovieiy, 3, 4: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3:
an Alpha Beta, 2: Legislature, 4: Orange Book, 3: g
2 Lunvhroom Squad. 4: Junior Varsity Foot- ii
gig ball, 3: Varsity. 4: Junior Varsity Basketball, 2.
2 HENRI MORTON DONNELLY 56
12 Ricker Ter., Newton
Oh, Iel fhc world slide as I, with golf, abide.
Donel, Hcuny: Born April 3, 1910: General: if'
Bigelow: To dry windows in an open car after
Foster washes them: Golf, 1, 2, 3, 4.
Josnrn PATRICK DOUCETTE
20 FQIXOII St., Newton
, Genlleman, svholur, and good judge of horse jksh.
Froggy: Born Uctohor 10, 1912: llrlatlle-
matics: F. A. Day: M. I. T.: To be an Aero- 51?
nautical Engineer: Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Basket-
fi ball, 2, 3, -lf: French Club, 2, 3.
CONSTANCE DORT if'
5,5 342 Otis St., West. Newton 1
ff: . She lhnl irarels for knows much. f -'
ig Connie: Born May 18. 1911: Scientific: iii?
Peirce: Simmons: To meet George Gershwin 2'
and the Prince of Wales: Home Economics
Q2 Club, Treasurer, 1: Newtonitc, 2: Basketball, fn
2, 3: Chairman Senior Play Committee, 5:
5 , Drama Board, 5: English Club, 5: Executive
. Council 5' Qc-nior Talcnt Aswemhl 5 Senior 5
, , . . , . . . y, g ,
il Girls' Drcss Assembly, 5:Gyn1 Meet., 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
2 EDITH DOUGLASS
E 49 Bowdoin St., Newton Highlands ' if
Knowledge comes. bu! wisdom lingers.
Dougie: Bom March 19, 1912: Language:
EE Brandon Vermont Radtliife To be a socia
v 3 ' 5 I :fi
service worker: French Club, 4: Honor Roll, 4.
34-2 Otis St.. VVest Newton
ig And e'en while fnshiorfs brighfesl aris decay, : f
The hear! dislrusling asks if Ihis be joy. ??
53 Dick: Born December 3. 1912: Language: ,
l Peirce: Harvard: To earn 575,000 a year: Foot- '
, ball, Ig Lunchroom Squad, 2: Trailic Squad, 3. i
600 IXBIIPOII St.. Newton Centre
.Men offeu' umrde are the besl men. V
?E Fred: Born March 2, 1913: Mathematics: ff
Rindgc: Howard: To be a statistician: Scholar- i
ship Roll, l, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society, 4.
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3 Ripley St., Nc-wton Centre
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PEARL IRENE DREW
96 Eastside Parkway, Newton
How she plays lhe piano!
Born June 9, 1911: Stenographic: F. A.
Day, To be a private secretary.
EDITH MAY DUNCAN
9 Arlena Rd.. West Newton
The world means something In the capable.
Born November 15, 1912: General: Peirce:
To be an aviatrixg Basketball, 1, 2, 3: Hockffy.
2, 3. 4: Aviation Club, 3: Home Economlrs
Club, 2: Alpha Beta, 2: English Club, 31
mcwtonite, 2: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2: Gym
Ar! is long and lime :lv fkaling.
Born June 4, 1913: Language: Haverford,
Philadelphia: Wu-llesley: Honor Roll, 3.
ELEANOR MARY DUN Nl
167 Pearl St., Newton
ll"ln-rc-'s ht-r flaw?
Unua, Dunie: Born May 25 1913 Olfive
Training: F. A. Day: Salem Normal To be u
tcm-her: Bnskolbull,.2. 3: Baseball 3 fym
Meet, 2, 3: Commercial Club, 4.
ALAN DALLAS DUFF, Jn.
3 Newbury Ter., Newton Centre
Herr . . , Take lhis reward: make merry, man.
Dullio, Dorf: Born June 29, 191-l-1 Mulho-
matics: Durfeeg M. l. T.: Football lllanugf-r, 'lg
Aviation Club, 3: Legislature. 4: Nowtunils-, Il:
Honor Roll. 3: Senior Play Ushvr, -l-: Drama
Club Play Ushor, -'L
452 Woodward St., Wabun
Wo allrarl hearls by Ihr qnalilies we display,-
Wb rein in them by the qualities we possess.
Born March 9, 1914, Sri:-ntilic: Angler:
Middlebury: To bn old: Field Hockey, I, 3:
Buskothull, 1, 3: English Club, 3, 4: Honor
Roll. 2, 3.
JOHN COOPER DUFF
Il Newbury Ter., N1-wton Centre
C0llSl'i?ll,l0llSlIOKrT -is II good lroil, but ollu-r
qzmlilirs bring mon- joy.
Born January 30. 1913: Mathematics:
Durfee: Dartmouth: To be n llyor.
EDITH MACNAUGITION DU'IIIIl
Good nalure is one of Ihe rlrlwsl frutls of
E, Edie: Born January 23, 1913: Language:
Mason: Mt, Holyoke: To be private secretary
1.0 a noted lawyer: Alpha Beta, 1, 2: French
Club, 3, 11-: Library Club, 4: Gym Moet, 1, 2:
Nutionnl Honor Society, 3. fl-3 Newtonite, 3, 4:
Honor Roll, 1, 2, Il: Rod Cross Convention, 3:
Outdoor Convert, 1, 2: Senior Girls' Dress
Assembly, 4: Chorus, 1, 2.
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551 Chestnut St., Wuhan
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MARY ALICE EATON
60 Greenwood Ave., West. Newton
lVilh all lhe ease and gallanl poise of one who
lriumphs wilhonl noise.
Meralis: Born January 14, 1913: Language:
Peirce: Wellesley: To be tanned: Basketball,
1, 2: Hockey, 3. 4: Varsity Hockey, 3, 4: Gym
Meet, 1, 2. 3, 4: Alpha Beta. 1, 2: Home
Eoonomios Club, 1, 2: English Club, 3: Social
Studies Club, 4: Scholarship Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4:
National Honor Society, 3, 4: Senior Play
Committee: Newtonian, 3: Newtunite, -1.
' NATALIE SUSANNE ELWELL
41 Orchard Avo., West. Newton
'She's all my fancy painlrd her,
Sue: Born January 26, 1913: Scientilit-3
Arlington: Skidmore: Basketball, 1, 2: Out-
door Concert, 1. 2: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, 4:
Senior Banquet Committee, 3: Senior Dance
Committee, 4: Stage Committee, 4: Legisla-
ture. 4: Girls' Dress Assembly, 43 Senior
Prom Committee, 4.
116 Carver Rd., Newton Highlands
Kindness in women, nal hounleous looks. shall
Barbs, Barby: Born November 14, 1911:
General: Hyde: Miss Wheeloclfs: To be a
second Helen Wills: Basketball, 2: Home
Economics Club, 4, 5.
DOROTHY ESTELLE ENWRIGHT
37 Whittier Rd., Newtonville
She's like honey: smooth and sweet.
Dot, Dotty: Born August 16, 1912: Busi-
ness: Lanier High: To be found correct once
in my life: Basketball, 1. 2: Gym Meet, I: Ont-
door Concert, 1, 2: Commercial Club, 4:
Baseball, 1: Newtonian Data Committee.
ROBERT JOHN EHLBECK
57 Cloverdale Rd., Newton Highlands
l'm nol Nero nlllwugh Ijiddle.
Bob: Born January 21, 1912: Scientific:
Boston Latin: Antioch: Class Orchestra, 4:
Varsity Orchestra, 4.
VIRGINIA BLOOD FALES
45 We-stbournc Rd., Newton Centra
Hu! well worlh knowing.
Ginnie: Born February 26. 1913: Language:
Mason: Ml.. Holyoke: To pass my college
boards: Alpha Beta, 2: Glee Club, 1: French
Club, 3. 4, Secretary. 4: Camera Club. rl-:
Newtonitr, 3. 4: Scholarship Roll, 1, 2, 3:
Outdoor Concert. 1, 2: Gym Meet., 1: National
Honor Society, 4.
DOROTHY POWERS ELLIS
Laugh and lhe world laughs wilh you.
Dot., Dotty: Born August 23, 1911: General:
Knox: Bradford: To travel around the world:
English Club, 3, 4, President., 4, Play. -1: Drama
Club, fl, Play, 4: Librar Club, 3, fl-, Treas-
urer, 4: Legislature. 3: Ilrize-Speaking Com-
mittee, 3: Honor Roll, 4: Senior Prom Com-
524 Califomia St.. Newtonville
-And he played golf all day and more.
Mal: Born September 29, 1910: Language:
F. A. Day: Tufts: To travel: Intermediate
Football, 3: Varsity Football. Ll: Intermediate
Hockey, 3: Varsity Golf, 4: Hi-Y Club, 4, 5.
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DOHUTIIY IIELENA FLE'I'Clll'fR
-l2 Culvin Rd., Ncwtonville
QI lrmper arnoruus as Ihe firsl of .Hay
Dot: Born Juno 29. l9ll: Ollice Training:
F. A. Day: To have un ambition: Legislaturv,
3: Executive Committrf-, 2: Outdoor Convert,
3: Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Baseball. 2, 3: Sonml
iaudies Club, 3: Commerriul Club. 4: Gym
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Cl'lAHLl'IS SAMUEL FRARY. Jn.
1-IT Plymouth Rd., Newton Highlands
Travel broadens llu- mind.
Charlie, Junie: Born Dew-rubcr 12, 1912:
Scientific-: Peirce: Worrester Polytechnic-
lnstitute-: To own u 2,000 avro farm and forest
and to travel: Alpha Beta, 2: Newtonitc-, 2. 3:
Outdoor Convt-rt, 1: Social Studios Club, 5.
l'ILlZAllE'l'll WVOODBRIDGE FOLLET
25 Ballard St... Newton Centra-
Evfr Ihr ladv. mlm und serene.
Betty: Born February 18. 1913: Svientiliv:
Mason: Lusvll Seminary: To excel in dru-
lnntivs: Field Hockey, I, 2, 3, fl-: Varsity Squad,
3. 4: Gym Meet. l, 2, 3: Basketball. l. 2. 3:
Alpha Hem, 2: Dr1unnCluh, Il: English Cluh, 4:
llonor Roll. 2. 4: Sc-nior Pluy CI!lllU1lltltN', 4.
GLADYS OLIV H FROLICII
l-lil Lincoln St., Nvwton Highlands
A merry hear! goes all Ihr duhv.
Qlud: Born Seriitelriber Il, 1909: Ollice
Training: Hyde: o live up to m name:
Flaw Hailutball 1 "' 'l Class Bt'-me
J .. . x. , ,-,.: . .' I. .bull,l,3,-1:
Chorus, 1. 3, 4, 5: Outdoor Concvrt., 2, 44.
JANET SYMMES FOSGATE
999 lNulnut, St.. Newton Highlands
Lurk is n good word if you pn! a "p" bqfurr il.
Joanne: Born Soptvrnlxcr 10. 19121 Lnngunge:
Fruminglulln: Mt.. Ilolyokvz To be profvssor of
Lutin and Grvvk: Honor Roll, 3,
lx A I IILLEN FULLER
27 Stiles Ter.. Newton Cvntro
Glu' me a book mul I nm happy.
Kay: Horn Mny 28. l9l2: tif-in-ral: Wutvr-
town: Art School: Spanish Club.
LIIARLLS X ALILTVI INF, POST LR
T13 xv2llf'I'l0Wll St... Newtonville
Slrvnuuus idlvrwss. H
Flash, Yip: Born Junuurv 29, 1912: Nlutlw-
m-utivs: New lif-dford: Annapolis: To wash
windows In an upon 4-nr.
lil-IN HY FURDON
l050Altcuch St... Newton Centre
Jus! fry In slap mr.
llnnk, Honk: Born July -T,
Nluson: Undvcidedg Football, 3, 4.
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Dick. Conny: Born July 1, 1913: Language: 1
Burr: Radcliffe: To major in urrhaeology and '
aviation: Freshman-Sophomore Drama Club, 2:
Drama Club Play, 2: Drama Club, 4.
ALICE MARION GALLAGIIER
' 1002 Boylston St.. Newton Highlands
lfherr' more is nzeunl lhan nzeels the mr.
Al: Born September 5, 1911: Language:
llydv: VVheaton: To attain a vvrtain ideal:
Hockey, 1, 2,
Gym Meet. 1, 2, 3, 4: Alpha B4-la, 1. 2: Eng-
lish Club. -l: Newtonitv. 3, -1-: Slmkespearc Con-
te-st First Prize, 2: National llonor Sovioty. -L
ELIZABETH ANN GALLAGIIER
1002 Boylston St., Newton llighlunds
Diligelwe is the mother Qf srlrrre-xx.
llyde: Massavhusvtts Normal Art: To be an
artist: Gym Nlvf-1, 1, -1: Orrhestra, Il, 4: Social
Stutlivs Club, -1: Class Basketball, 2: llonor
ELIZABETH THHHESA GALLAGIIER
Libby, Betty: Born September 17, 1012:
Ollicn Trainin': Burr: To be' ablc to slc-vp in
JANE RISEGARI GAI
21 Central St., Auburndale
GERALDINE ELIZABETH GALLAGIIER
354 Watertown St.. Newton
Flaxh! Yun mn'l sec ht-r fur dusl.
Gerry: Born April 24, 1911: Stanographic:
F. A. Day: To go through the winter without
n couple of colds: Field Hockey, 3, 4, Captain,
3: Gym Meet..
3, 4: Basketball. l. 2: Girls'
lllili BERT W EN DELL GALLAGIIFII
167 Ilunnewvll Ave.. Newton
Sum' fish are lwllvr llmn nm' fish.
Vfomlivg llorn January 30, 1911: Svivntifir:
Norllu'uslPrn:'l'o live lo be ninety: Baseball.
l: Junior. 3: lntr-rnmtliate, -lg lnternledialv
llot-key, 3, 4: Legislature, 3: Svnior Danu-
Cornmittvfv. 5: lYt'wtunian Advertising Stall. 5:
French Club, 1: Math Club. 1: Cheer Leader.
Born July 7, 1913: General:
28 Fisher Ave, Newton Highlands
There is some con.va!alion in lrying Io do whul
Fran: Born May 28, 1013: Mathematics:
Hyde: M. l. T.: To he an engineer: Outdoor
Convert, l, 2: Band, l. 2, 3, fl: Class Orches-
tra, 1, 2: Varsity Orchestra, Il, 4: Prize Speak-
35 VV00llbinc Ter. Auburnrlale
lhe mrnrr wh:-rr you arf.
SHIRLEY ESTIIER GIBBS
268 l'arlu'r SI., Newton Centre
I 'rn an my way lu Suk-nz.
Shirl: llorn .luly -'L 1912: Stenngraphio:
Mason: To ro-member not to forget: llasltvl-
ball. 1: Legislature, 2: Outdoor Concert, l.i', Il.
Comme-rvial Club. iz Senior Play Comlnittvv,
fl: English Club, -lg ll0l1l6 Evononlirs Club, I, 2.
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llydvz Skidmorvz To br au artist: Alpha Bala.
lg Fivld llorkvy, 3: Gym Me-I-l. 2: Varsity
Gln-0 Club. 3. l: English Club, 4: Lunchronm
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1210 Walnut. Sl., Nr-wtuuvilln
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Norfolk. Virginia: To bv a privalr' svvrvtilry.
CllAlll.lCS WAl.Kl'Ill llAl.l.
2 Albiuu St.. 'Nvwtun Cz-ulre
.-l gmml nmn in lhe luny run.
Cliarliv: llurn Juni- 1, 1012: lxI1llll1'llllllli'S1
Nlas0u1 Clurrus. I. S21 'l'vunis Tnuruaum-ut.
Xlinuvr. Il. tl: Varsity Indoor Travk. 3. -I:
Captain. ,lg Yarsity Crass Gnuntry. -I: Varsity
Uutrluor Track, 3.1: lli-Y Club, lg National
llunur S01-ic-ty. 44.
IU!! Plvasaut St., Nvxvtuu Cvutrv
.lusl 11 lull num from llw Snulh.
Burn August 3, 1012: Lauguag:-: liast
Urangv. Nvw Jars:-y: 'llllllsi To go into busi-
uvssl llaslwtballl, l: l.uu1'llrunm Squad. l.
El,IZAl3li'l'll STUNX li HALL
IlT lflycls- St., Nvwluuwillv
Thr xurvsl :ray nnl In jail is In 1lrlf'rmin1' ln
lic-tty. llall: lloru Si-ptrfmbvr l2, lflll:
Gvm-ral: F. A. Day: llvrry Kimlvrgzartvn: To
bv at kimlvrgarlvn Ivan-he-rg l":IlKll!-ill Club. -l.
Play. tl: llouw livuuuniirs Club. l: Gym M4-v-I.
2. Il, ,li Uutfloor Cmu'f'l'l, 2, 3: 'l'ra4-k. 3, fl:
Glass liaskvtlwall. 3. I: Five yvara ol' perfnct.
ISO Oaklvigh llil., Nvwtuu
To low' In-r ix 1: llbf'r11l r'1l111'ullorI.
Len. lil: Born May l3. IUIZZQ Languagv:
Big:-low: Smith: Suvial Studies. 5: Class
Orc-hvstra, l, 2. 3, 5: Varsity Urclu-stra. l, 2. 3.
I. 53 lA'g:islatur0. l. -I: Gym Mm-vt. l. 2, 3, -L
24 Tamer Sl., Newtnnville
T11 Perkins Sl... West Newlon
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110 Carver Rd., Newton Highlands
The secrelx of life are not shown except la
Born November 3, 1911: General: Hyde:
Deaconess Hospital: To be a surgical nurse:
Basketball. 2: Hockey. 2. 3, 4. 5: English
gltHb,r5: Home Economies Club. 5: llonor
o , .L
GEORI 12 HANOVN
20 Wuhan St., Newton
lffame fumes only wilh dealh, I am in no hurry
Child: Born September 19, 1911: Mathe-
matics: Hubert Gould Shaw: M. I. T.: To be
an electrical Engineer: Honor Rall. l: Fencing
Team, 2: Aviation Club, 2.
33 Churchill St., Newtonville
Afrank and smiling fare.
A sensible and quiel grace.
Beth: Born July 28. 1912: Oilice Training:
F. A. Day: Business College: To be a fortune
teller: Outdoor Concert, 3: Secretary Kappa
Kappa Psi, 4: Commercial Club. 4: Social
Studies Cluh, 4: Senior Play Committee, -1:
Newtonian Committee, 4-.
I nduslry makes all lhings easy.
Heezer: Born June 24, 1911: General: F. A.
Day: Art School: Field Hockey, 2, 3: Field
Playday, 3: Baseball, 2: Honor Roll. 3, 4:
Outdoor Concert. 2.
ERNEST GLENDON HAMILTON
117 Crescent St., Auhurndale
Humorous. bul nal loo humorous.
July 18, 1912: Business: Burr:
To make two million dollars: Junior Varsity
Football, 3: Varsity Football, 4: Baseball, 1:
Intermediate Baseball. 2: Freshman lloekey, 1:
.luuior Varsity Hockey, 1: lmgislature, 2:
llonor Roll, 2.
ROIIERT WIIITING IIARRINKTON .ln
I care nal what lhe world thinks, I hare my
Bob: Horn April 14, 1911: Scientific: Peirce:
lgonrloin: To hike around the world: Ilunor
o , 1.
MURIEL MARTHA HANLBY
T9 Jewett. St., Newton
Then xhe would lalk.
Maurie: Born August, 21, 1910: General:
Our Lady's: Normal School: To be a school
mnrm: Social Studies Club. 4.
MAHGOT LORRAINE HARRIS
4 Walnut Ter., Newtonville
Strongesl minds are aflen lhnse of a-ham lhe
noisy world hears least.
Rainie: Born April 25, 1012: Scientilie:
Upper Darby. Pennsylvania: Boston University:
To be a school marm: English Club. 3, 4:
Trallic Squad. 1: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3: 4.
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Y ARIS FLORENCE HART Y Y
i 273 'Fremont St., Newton
A figurefull of decision and dignity. f 3
E Y Spams: Born September 23, 1911: General: f .2
:E 2 Memorial: Lesley's: To travel: Gym Meet. 3, 4: ,
- Outdoor Concert, 2. 3, fl-: Home Economies
if . Club, 3: Secretary Home Eennomirs Club, 4: ai
Z., LOUISE AN'1'01NE'l"l'E HAWKES
3' Weezie: Born November 2, 1911: General: .5
"I Hyde: Undevidr-d: To lind an runbition: Alpha E Q
B11 WF I'lClb'l45l'ly-I5
ea. ,-, .ugisi a,., , , ng, ,
gi , Sccrelary, 5: Library Club, 4, 5: Drama Club, ggi
C 4. 5, Play. 5: Senior Play: Newtonian, 5: E
- Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3: Senior Dress As- 5
3 sembly. . -5
Bliss was il in lhal down lo be alive. 22
Bu! lo be young was very ffFl1l'6ll.l 2. 2
AI, Ally: Born March 5, 1912: General: ESE
llnnor Society, 3, 4: Home F14-onomics Club, 1: gf,
Gle I b 1 2- 0 tdoo 1, . 9'
Prilla. l'ris: Born January 27, 1913: General: 2
Hyde: Boslon University College of Music:
To be a singer: English Club. -I-3 Alpha Beta, 2: if
Varsity Glol- Club. 2, Il, 4: llonor Roll. Il. 4: 1 E
Gym Meel, 2: Legislature, 4: Outdoor Con- ?5
vert, 1, 2, 3. g 1
GICORGINA HARVEY 1
295 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale
If-I laugh al any mnrlal fhing, '
,Tis Ilml I nmy noi weep. Y 2
George: Born November 28, 1911: Gr-neral: 2.
Burr: Framln,4zham Normal: To bc a dielitiang f
Home liC0ll0llI1CS Club, 1: Social Studies
Club, 4: Kappa Kappa Psi. fl: Honor Roll, 2, 4. 2
PIIYLLIS EMERSON HAYES :Ei
1000 Walnut St., Newton Highlands , 5
Lighl ry' slrp and hear! wus shr. i
Fishy: Born April 5. 1911: General: Bigelow:
Junior College: To travel: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3. ,
ADAN1 IIAUG, JR. .5
68 Vllalden St., Newlonville
An uir-minded fellow zvilh good lllldlflwlfllldlllg. 1 f.f
Janie: Born October 12. 1012: Nlatllernnlivs: , ji
F. A. Day: M. I. T.: To be an aeronautical
engineer: Aviation Club. 2: Band. 1. 2, 3, -1:
Orcliestru,2,3,-I-: Class 0rollesl.ra, 2, 3:Tennis, 4.
JOHN JOSEPH HERLIIIY ig
T47 Watertown Sl., Newtonville
Happy um I,' from care I'm free! -
llfhy aren'I Ihry' all ronlenled like me? ' f
llurley, Jack: Born November 12, 1912:
Bl iic F A D U deciled T b M
ISI SS: - - Hy: ll 4 4 Q .0 8 ayol'
ol' Bemis: Baseball. 1: Commercial Club, 4:
Social Studies Club 4' Traliie S uad 3' rg?
, . fl 1 ,
Lxrnc-broom Squad, fl: Legislature, 4. 1 YE
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Honor Roll, 4: Senior Dress Assembly, -1-.
2. 25 Saxon Rd., Newton Highlands Y
.. . Popularily is power. V
Y, Dance Committee, 4, 5: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3. 4: j
E2 ALICE SARA11 HARVEY '
41 Wessex lid.. Nr-wlon Centre
Mason: Normal School: To supervise a private , gg
kindergarten: Ilonor Roll, 1, 2, 3: Nalioual gi
e C u . . . ll. r Con -erl, 1, ..,.Gym ig
hier-I, 2: Social Studies Club, 3: kappa Kappa I
PHISCILLA LOUISE IIAYDEN ' E
-1-1 Harrison Sl... Newton Highlands
Song oullives all sermons in Ihr' memory. .
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14 Highland Pk., Newtonville
A man lo be depended upon.
Frnnk, Mac: Born April 15, 1912: Busim-ss:
F. A. Day: Undecided: To travel: Baseball, I:
Lunchroom Squad, 3.
ALTIIEA LUICLLA MAY IIISCOE
554 Grove St... N:-wtou Lower Falls
She is bem1lU'ul, dulU'uI, plc-nIUul, und an arniful.
Al. Allie: Born February 21, 1912: General:
Hamilton: Fnmiinghum Normal: To be a
scientist.: 'l'hril't Teller, 1. 2, 3: Ncwtunitv. 2,
3, 4: Gym Meet. 1. 2. 3. 4: Senior Tulnnt
Assvmbly, -L: Alpha Beta, 2.
INIARION PATRICIA IIESSLEH
246 Lake Ave.. Newton llighluuds
The living voice is lhnl which sway.: lhr soul.
Born March 17, 1012: Gvncral: Hyde: Miss
Whee1onk's: To be a glrixnary teuchvr: Glec
Club, 3, 4: llnsehull. 1: 1 ninr Dress Assembly:
English Club, 3. 45 Gym MPN. 2. 3.
WILLIAM EDWARD HOGAN
263 Cherry St.. VV:-st. N1-wmn
A serious rmmlPl1r1m'1' lzul n happy hmrl.
Bill. Dinty: Horn September 10, 1912:
Busilwss: Pcirm: To tnke Iiossy Gillis's place:
Commercial Club Secretary. fl: Junior Varsity
Basketball, 2: Trufliv Squad, 3.
CHARLES BIGELOW HILLS
76 Elmore St., Nnwtnn Centre
Man is immortal lill his work is dune.
Charlie: Born Fe-brunry 1. 1912: Husinf-ss:
Mason: Undecided: To gel. in the banking
gzunv: Freshman Ilcmlwy. 1: Junior Vursity
llockey, 2: Junior Varsity Football, 2: Vursity
MA 11Glll'Iltl'1'E JANE HOLMES
I Prospoct St., NV4-st Nvwhmi
Gf'nllr'lu'ss and kindness ewumblv Ilzc nmsl
ximplr nrlionx Qf 1l,'UI'l1l'l1.
Pr-ggy: Born July Al. 1910: Ollie-e Truining:
Peirce: Business: To bn 11 si-hnul t.cuc'lir'r.
ROBERT LOUIS IIIRSCIIFIELD
T2 Nunuutum SL., Newton
Sludimzs :gf Pleynlzrr and mxa.
llnll. Ilvrshc-yz Born Auuusl 16, 1011:
Lungungf- 1, 2, 3, General, fl, 5: lligelowg Bnsmu
University: To play u hot saiwuphone with
Rudy Vallee: Nnwlnnilv. 2: Ruud, 3, 4, 5:
lpgislulurv. 5: Social Sturlirs Club. 5: Senior
Play Cmnmittrn, 5: llonor Roll, 5: Lunuhruom
Squad, 3, 11, 5: Svninr 'l'ul0nl Assembly. 5.
Ll LL1 A N M AY H 00111511
451 Lexington St., Auburudnln
Asfrrmk as ru in un cherry blossoms.
l.il: Born Juuuury 15, 1012: Clrfrinul: Burr:
To ho tho prnsidvnfs secretary: Chorus, 1. 2:
Commvri-iul Club, -tg Busiiie-ss Managclncnt. ol'
Senior Play: Ouhluor Chorus, 2.
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Qi JANET GERTRUDE HOPE 2-'
V 1185 Washington St., West Newton
Come knil hands and beat r .-2
. . the g ound. K
In a lrghl fanlaslic round.
2 Jope, Peanuts: Bom May 22, 1911: General: E
Peirce: Chalif: To be five feet tall: Freshman
7 Minstrel Show: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, 4. 5: Out- 52
gi door Concert, 1, 2, 3, 5: Drama Club, 5: Senior T'
Talent Assembly: Senior Girls' Dress Assembly. ii
CHARLOTTE ELEANOR HOWARD il
336 Centre St., Newton
A book's place is in school. E
Ell: Born September 25. 1912: Ollioe Train-
in : Lexington: Varsity Hockey, 3, 4: Basket-
bjl. 4: Baseball, 3: Track, 3: Commercial
gi Club,4. EE
EE CHLORIS ELIDA HORSMAN
312 Centre St., Newton Ei
Her eyes are dark, falhomless pools. ig
Y Clo: Bom May 23, 1910: Ollioe Training:
Bigelow: To lly around the world on a kite:
Z Legislature, 1: Home Economics Club, 1, 2:
2 Outdoor Concert, 2: Commercial Club, 4: fi
f Honor Roll, 1: Baseball, 3: Basketball, 1. 51
. Paasz BRIGGS Howum
5-5 111 lVashington Pk., Newtonville ?f
L There is a pleasure in lhe palhless woods.
Perry: Bom July 21, 1912: Language: F.
52 A. Day: Harvard: To be a broker: Junior ?2
Q 1 Varsity Hocke 3- Junior Varsity Baseball, 3:
Intermediate Pydotball, 4. 5
is Z EDITH LAWRENCE HORTON 5-2
Y 59 Otis St., Newtonville 1
gg Only silence suilelh basl. if
Ede: Born July 16, 1913: Scientific: F, A. E'
Day: Miss Wheeloclfs: To gain ten pounds:
Attendance, 4: Gym Meet, 2, 3: Senior Girls' 5
DOROTHY EVELYN HOW E 5
176 Oakleigh Rd., Newton
3 1 In gallon! lrim lhe gilded plane goes, 5
Youth on Ihe prow, and pleasure ol the helm.
Dot.: Born October 16, 1911: Language: 22
3 Bigelow: T0 be an aviatrix and parachute
tester: Legislature, 1: Hockey, 2, 3, 4: Basket- 3
E ball. 3: Newtonile. 4: Outdoor Concert., 2: E
Baseball, 2, 3, 4.
' ' ELEANOR CLARK HORTON 5
59 Otis St., Newtonville E
I l is lranquil people who accomplish much.
El, Ellie: Born A ril 20, 1912: General: F.
A. Day: Katherine Gibbs: To have money and
no travel: Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 4:
Legislature, 4: Gym Meet, 2, 3.
THOMAS JOSEPH HUGHES -
32 Rustic St. Newton f
A slrong man
For where he firl his hearl, he sel his hand E
To do the lhing he will'd and bore il lhraugh. TE
Tom, Tommy: Born December 18, 1912:
Vocational: F. A. Day: Northeasbem: To be
. an aviator. ' E
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DOROTHY ELIZABETH HUNTER
61 Warwick Rd., VVest Newton
A volume U read well.
Dot: Bom June 24, 1913: Language:
Leilehur, Hawaii: Boston University: To be a
good golf player: Cnmem Club, 4: Vice-
RALPH EARL JEHAULD
19 Clonlia Tor.. Newtnnville
Grnrzl srhnlars are no! lhe shreuwdrsl men.
Ruiz: Born Mnruh 13, 19113 Scientific:
F. A. Day: Boston Universit :To be success-
ful in business life: Social gludies Club, Zig
Usher nt. Drama Club Play, 4.
JAMBS FRANCIS IIURLEY
183 Newton St., Wuliham
I'd run my rhnnce wilh him.
Jim: Burn Jununry 25. 1912: Printing:
1Nall.ham: Merganthaler Linotype School:
To bo an advcrtising IIIIIIXIIHCT. or city editor
of a large paper: Scholurslup Roll, 2, 3.
1020 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndnle
Peace :villa hnnor. .
Born February 7. 1912: Geunral: Manchester,
New Hampshire: Miss Whc-clock's.
lxl'NN1 FII IQHERWOOD
51 Irving St.. Newton Centre
Sporlsmnn and genllemfm..
Kong Born April 5. 1911: Businr-ss: Boston:
Bm1l.lcy's:Truflic Squudilq Lunchroom Squad,-I-.
' HAZEL HOSALEEN JORDAN
30 llzunlin Rd., Newton Centre
She slunds high in Ihe hearis of many.
Ro. Bunny: Born October 19, 1912: Cflice
'l'ruiuingg Mason: Boston University: T0 001110
down I0 earth in ai parachutc: Social Studios
Club, 2, 3: Alpha Belo, 1: Commercial Club, 4:
Home Economics Club. 1. 2: Basketball, 1, 2,
3, 4: Baseball, 2. 3: Field Hockey, 2: Gym
T83 lieuvcr St., VVull.hnm
Moot, 1, 2, 3.
BARBARA PURCEL1. JAMES
620 VVulnut SL., Newlonville
A lighl hear! Iivcs long.
Barb, Barbie: Born August. 26. 19123
General: F. A. Dny: Miss Sucker's: To be ri
good horscbzxck rider: Lunchronm Squad.
IRMA TRUE JOSSELYN E
Gcnllrnfss .rzwceeds belier lhan riolencf.
Buss: Born August 2, 19113 Genernlg
Waltham Svhool for Girls: To be an interior
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:E 181 Wnshingwn St., Newton I fl:
i lp Trnl1ic Squad, 1: Aviation Club, 3: Manage-r 5 'E
it room Squad, 3: Traffic Squad, 4: Aswistant,
2 Art. Editor of Newtonian, 4. E
i E No winlr'r in lhy vvmr. ig
Currie: Born 01-tobt-r 30, 1912: Langnngt-3 -E
i 2 Roll, 2, 3: Newtonian, 4. El
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ig Knowledge is indeed lhrxl tvhukrh raises one
I 1 1 man above anolher. ' f 4
1 Tubbyg Born July 27, 19133 Businrss:
i 5 45 Auburndnle Ave., VV:-st. Newton 1 EE
47 Mnn. is no mulch for women where mischief - 3
Y : reigns. E
A 40 Brookside Ave., Newtonvillo 2
Y E Thou hast nn snrrmu in 1'hy song, '
rg Nntiomll Ilonor Soc-icty, 3, 4: French Club.
:E 2. 3, 4. Secretary. 3: Girls' Vice-President, fl, fi
Gym Mt-ct., 2: Outdoor Concert, 2: Honor
E nonnm' Louis KENNGOTT
E 51 Otis St., Newtonvillc L?
1 Grral nzullers show men ns the-v wish lo bc: 5?
Y E small mullers as flu-Av nre. ' E5
E Bob: Born Juno 17, 1912: Mathematics: ' 4
5 F. A. Day: M. I. T.: Camera Club, 4: Legislu- "1
j IIonor Society, 4. E ?E
1 GPIOIKGIC KING W ig
. 49 Carleton St., Newton E
5 Bigelow: M. I. T.: To he Il sound engineer:
Q FLORENCE KENNISUN 1 - 9 E
5 One who would mannish hr. ?
head: Simmons: To be a private sm-retary: 5
5 Basketball, 2, 3: liuscbzlll. 2, 3, 'I-: Scholarship
3 MADELINE PEAIISON KING
Y 31 Sharon Ave., Auhnrndulc
3 X A kind and grnllz' hear! she had,
1 To comforlfrirrzds anrlfors.
5 l Kingy: Horn June 1, 1912: Ollie? Trnining'
5 , Burr: Mass-nchuset.t,s Gcncrulg To be a nurso.
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3 Erasmus Hull, Boston University: Alpha Beta, I I
ig Oulrloor Concert., 3: Lunvhroom Squad. 4: ii
. NIILIOHHI Honor Society, 4. i
. MARION TIIERESA KILEY E
Q E Marion: Born June 29, 1911: 011100 Train! 2
Q Q ing: Our Ludy'sg To he u good girl.
ABHAIIANI LIAUHICE KAUFINIAN
5 45 llilltop St., Newton
f f Arrhilevlure isfrmen music. 2?
2 E Al: Born June 4, 1012: Scientific: MHIKIPIIQ
f Maine University: To be an architect: Lunch- ig
j CARRIE LOUISE KIMBALI,
E3 F. A. Duy: Mt.. Holyoke, To get into collogc: 2
- ture, 3: Iuspovtor, Trallic Sqund, 3: Nntionul 5
- No one knows a man as well as himscU. ' T 2
V Boy: Born October 28. 1011: 1118l,Il8l'llll1.1CS' fi
5 Lunchroom Oliiciul, 4: Projffctionist, 4. 1
- 28 Byfield lid., Wzzhun i
Y Born March 25, 1913: Scitvntilic: Nlnrblv- El
3? 62 Lenox St., West. Newton i -'
High up in lhe air Y.:
Putt Blondie' Horn Ma 9 1910- Gt-nernl aff?
2, 3, 11-, 5: Came-ru Club, 5: Drama Club, 5,
ff To live four-sqnarr, 1-an-hfxs Qf oulurard shows, if
I know my nzedirinr. j
gif, F. A. Day: .lx'1llSSilt'lllISCllS College of Plmr-
E f Truinin '- F. A. Da ' To live and learn: Legis- .
L - 5' 1
3 , lalure, 3: Gym Moet, 2.
E Q 111-1 Ham-ook St., Auburndale Q
5 1 hall, 1 : Sophomore 11asket.hall, 2. , 3
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if HAROLD FREDERICK KNAPP 7
19 Nehoiden Rd., Waban if
fi Lel me die drunken wilh lhe dreamer's wine. 2:2
ig Harry, Hal: Born April 27, 1912: Scientific: :J
1 - Angier: To be a bachelor: Legislature, 5. 9,
5 MARTHA LANDER
3g Her Inlenl slarls lo flare. :gi
HY- .. Y -- v -
7' Academic: Peirce: Conservatory of Music-5 if
if To be n musical comedy star: Glee Club, 1,
? 2, 4-. 5: Valley Ball, 2: Outdoor Concert. 1,
BARTLOFF KOSROFIAN ??'
:Q 1205 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls 1 4
:Qi ll is slrengllz it
And Kl'Ut-Slfgifillg. 1:
gi: . 11 r lui or Born D1l1HlbLF 1 1012 Yo ii
Il 1. 1 l. 3 2 5 ' . 1 ' -
ii rational: EIIKETSOIII Northeastern: To be an v
jj aviator: Ouldoor Concert. 1, 2. 5
Munlm, Laf:'r1'r1A LANG1-31.1.
858 Walnut Sl.. Newton Centre
Hou' quiel and sincere.
2 Born May 11, 1912: Ollice Training: Mason: 2
To lm u Private Secretary: Gym Meet, 1: '32
Outdoor Concert.. 2, 3.
YVONNE MARION LACROIX
is 280 Watrrlnwn St... Nowlon 1 af
1:2 Yon: Born May 18. 1912: Stenogruphio:
.ge mary: To travel: Commercial Club, 4.
5 ' AGNES GERTRUDE LAVOIE
5 15 Melbourne Ave.. Newtonville . ig
E A flashing smile, prarlv leelh, Q
And what hmzc you? Honey. E
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1 VIRGINIA LAMBERT ' 3?
, 99 Clark Sl... Newton Highlands .2 3
She broughl sunshine zvhvnrr xhr mme.
Gin. Ginny: Born January 111, 1911: General:
Hyde: T0 travel everywlmrv: Gym Meet., 1: 5?
Class Orulmstra. 1: Varsity Orchvslru. 3, 4:
Outdoor Concert, 3, -1-1 English Club,
GORDON LIVINGSTONE LAWRENCE
1 To ser Ihr world is io flllhll' Un' judges.
5 Y 1 Skippy. Skipper. Skip: Born November 17,
ii f 1912: hvmeml: Burr: 1N0l'lllR1lSll'l'l1 Univvrsity: 'ii
5 To bf- an eleolrival engzinver: Freshman Basket- E
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CHARLES FRANCIS LEACH Y 1
206 Beethoven Ave., Wuhan
To laugh is proper to the man.
Pete: Bom April 27, 1911: General: Angier: 1
Boston University Law: To he married: Busw
bull. 1, 2: Football, 1. 3: Legislature, 2, 4:
Track, 2: Prize-Speaking Cup, 4: Social
Studies Club, 4.
MARGARET AGNES LENNOX
47 Dudley Rd.. Newton Centre
She halls a daily beauty in her life.
Born Deoember 28. 1913: Language: Newton
School for Girls: Vassar: To have an ambition:
Newtonite, 2, 4: Basketball. 2. 3: Gym Meet,
2, 3: French Club, 3. 4, President. 4: Drama
Club, 3, 4: Publicity Committee, 3, 4: National
llonor Society. 3, 4, Secretory, 4: Library
Cluh, 4: Senior Play: Newtonian, 4: Legisla-
ture, 4: Honor Roll, 2. 3, 4.
54 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre
Yeslerdny is gone.
a Whul of il?
Kay, Kale: Born June 2. 1912: Scientilin:
Mason: Katherine Gibhs': Varsity 0fC'llESl.f1l,
1, 2, 3. 4: Outdoor Concert. 1. 2, 3, 4: Scholar-
ship Roll, 2, 3: Alpha Beta, 2: English Club, 4:
Gym hleet, 1, 2, 3: Class Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4:
Honorable Mention Alpha Bctn Short Story
Contest. 1: National Honor Society, 4.
203 Mt. Vernon St., Vllest Newton
The nlher h4rU'.
Burb: Born July 15, 1912: Scientific: Peirce:
Katherine Gibbs: To be a secretary: Legis-
lature, 1: Band, 1, 2, 3: Varsity Orchestra,
l, 2, 3: Class Orchestra. 1. 2: Outdoor Concert,
1. 2, 3: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3: Baseball, 2: Honor
Roll, 4: Senior Talent Assembly, 4: Girls'
Dress Assembly, 4.
EDMUND WALLACE LEBLANC
7 Washburn St., Newton
A good friend lo everyone.
Ed: Born September 21, 1912: Business: F.
A. Dag To see the world: Trofiic Squad, 3:
Class usketball, 1: Lunchroom Squad. 3:
ELEANOH IRENE LEVENSON
863 Chestnut. St., VVuban
She was a skillful mistress of her url.
El, Ellie. Lee: Born April 4, 1912: Generali
O. VV. Holmes: Art School: To be n heart
spec-ialist: Teller, 1: Home Economies Club, 4:
English Club, 3, 4: Gym Meet. fl.
PIIYLLIS CAROLINE LEFORT
404 California St.. Newtonvillc
Deep dark eyes so worm und brighl.
Phil: Born March 30, 1913: Otlice Training:
F. A. Day: Gym Meet, 2: Outdoor Convert. 3:
Commercial Club, 4,
STANLEY ROTHSTEIN LEVINE
60 Cedar St., Newton Centre
He Ihal halh knowledge sparelh his words,
Stan: Born August 8. 1912: General: Brook-
line: Boston University: To be successful in
all I attempt to do: Lunchrooru Squad, 4.
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HERBERT CLAY LEWIS
85 Lombard St., Newton
Trulh from his lips prevailed will: double sway,
And lhose who came Io scoff remained lo pray.
Mud: Born August T, 1913: Language:
Bigelow: Bowdoin: Newtonile Editorial Stalf,
3, 4: Scholarship Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4: National
Honor Society, 4.
FREDERICK PIGLAND LINSCOTT
12 Carlton Hd., VVaban
The harvest of a quiel eye lhal hroods and
sleeps an his own heart.
Fred, Freddy: Born January 2, 1911: Gen-
eral: Angier: Northeasbern University: To be
a successful business man.
WINTIIROP TIIATCHER LEWIS
78 Erie Ave., Newton Highlands
Tho' slow and quite sage he's a wonder bark-slage.
Speed: Born January 12, 1913: Mathematics:
Hyde: Wesleyan: Stage Committee, 4: Alpha
Gamma Tau, 3.
EMMA MARIE LOCIIIATTO
180 Adams St., Newton
Tiny: buf uvhal uboul small packages?
Emmic, Em: Born April 23, 1913: Otlice
Training: F. A. Day: To go to heaven: Field
Hockey, 2, 4, Varsity Squad, 2: Basketball, 2, 3:
Captain Class Team, 3: Valley Hall, 2: Base-
ball, 2, 3: Gym Nleet., 2. 4: Outdoor Concert.
2: Commercial Club, 4.
GORDON CIIIBTEH LINBERG
9 Frederick St., Newtonville
Slrong :J body and of heurl.
Lindy: Born August 10. 1912: Scientific:
Evanston, Illinois: Tufts: To bc a mechanical
engineer: Outdoor Track, 3, 4: Football, 4:
Varsity, 4: Hockey, 4-1 Varsity, -1: Lunchroom
Squad, 4: Legislature, 4: Hi-Y Club, 3, 4.
EDWIN HENDERSON LOMBARD
610 Watertown St., Newtonville
I fame, I spoke, I ronquered.
. Eddie, Curly: Bom March 12, 1911: Scien-
tilic: Canadian Academy, Japan: Oberlin:
To be a conductor and lecturer ol' educational
tours around the world: Sophomore Drama
Club. 2: Drama Club Play, 2: Football, 3.
Junior Varsity, 3: Honor Roll, 1: Senior
Talent Assembly. 4.
152 Webster St., West Newton
Beaulv is its own ercuse.
Fran, Fraunie: Born October 10, 1912:
General: Peirce: Katherine Gibbs: To have an
ambition: Varsity Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4: Gym
Meet, 3: Class Orrhestra, 1, 2, 3, 4: Outdoor
Concert, 1, 2, 4.
ARTHUR PAUL LONGBOTTOM
244 California St., Nonantum
We have been friends Iogelller
In sunshine and in shade.
Art: Born August 28, 1912: Business: F. A.
Day: To be an author.
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CLARENCE WILLIAM LOUD
23 Eddy St., West Newton
Life is but a school day of eternity.
Bill, Born July 2, 1912, Scientific, F. A. Day,
Northeastern University, A business success,
Alpha Beta, 2, Baud, 2, Class Orchestra, 2,
Tennis Tournament., 2, 3, Golf Tournament., 4,
French Club, 3, Treasurer, 3, Drama Club
Play, 4, Basketball, 1, Track. 1: Legislature, 4,
, 3, 4, Trallic Squad, 1.
BERNICE HELEN MACDOWELL
91 Park St., Newton
Thoughtful and nire, she goes her way.
Mac, Born January 5, 1913, General,
Bigelow: To plan a radio concert, Basketball,
1, 2, 3, Varsity Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Gym Meet.
3, 4, Outdoor Concert., 1, 2, Baseball, 2,
Scholarship Roll, 1, 3, Chairman Senior Play
Committee. 4, National llonor Society. 4.
GERTRUDE FLORENCE LOUD
T5 Varick Rd., lvabau
SkiUul alike wilh longue and pen.
Trudy, Burn Juno 20, 1912, Stenographicg
Augier, Portiu Law, English Club, 4.
CATHERINE GEORGIA INIACIVER
125 Vlinchvslor St.. Newton Highlands
The milder! manners and the genllesl hearl,
Kay, Born June 22. 1912, General, Hyde,
Katharine Gibbs, To he a private secretary to
some celebrity, Gym ltleet. 1, 4, Outdoor
Concert, 1, 2, Social Studies Club, 3, 4.
VIRGIN IA EILEEN M ACALEER
4 Copley St., Newton
She who seems nal lo herself more than she ix,
is more than she seems.
Jinny, Jin, Born July 26, 1912, Scientiliu,
Bigelow, Katherine Gibhs', Ilunor Roll. 1,
Alpha Beta, 1, Gym Meet. 1, 2, 4, Basketball,
1, 2, 3, English Club, 4, Soccer, 3, Track, 3.
ELEANOR MAE MACKAY
1022 Beacon St., Newton Centre
Music hath charms alone for peaceful minds.
Liao, Born lvlaruh 14, 1911, Scientific,
Belmont: Gym School, To play Gershwufs
"Rhapsody in Blue", Baseball, 3. 4, Gym
Nleat., 3, 4, Soccer, 3, 4, Hockey, 4, Basket-
FRED WILLIAM MACCOMISKEY
1215 Washington St., VVesL Newton
Ambilion has no res!!
llflau, Born April 2, 1912: Business, Peirce,
To succeed in photography, Newtonite Slafl, 4,
MARY AN NA NIACKENZIE
64 Jackson St., Newton Centre
A learned one has always rirhes in herself.
Nlac. Ann, Born July 28, 1012, Ollice Train-
ing, hlasong Surial Studies Club, 3: English
Club, -1: Gym Rivet. 1, Uutdoor Concert., 1. 2,
National llouor Society, 4.
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THOMAS LAWRENCE MACKIN
25 Grant, Ave., Newton Centre
The price of wisdom is above rabies.
Mac, Tom: Born August, 10, 1913: Language:
Mason: Holy Cross: To he a golfer: Football,
1, 4: Hockey, 4: Assistant Manager Hockey, 1:
Lunchroom Squad, 4: Golf Team, 4.
JOHN RAYMOND MACUSTY
171 Cherry St., West Newton
Le! me bul rio my work from dny to day.
In field or forest, al the desk or loom.
Mac: Born October 21, 1912: Vocational:
Peirce: Northeastern: To he an aviation
ALICE MAUD MACLENNAN
41 Richardson St., Newton
I f common sense has not lhe brillianry of the
sun. ul has the firily of the stars.
'Allieg Born November 3, 1013: Scientific:
Bigelow: Katherine Gibhs', Alpha Beta, 1:
Basketball, 1: Baseball, 2. 3: Honor Roll, 1. 2:
gixtgogr Concert, 1: Gym Meet, 2: French
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ELEANOR FRANCES MACAZINP
36 Whittemore Rd., Newton
Sn sweetly she bade me adueu,
I though! that she bade me relurn.
Ellie, Maggie: Horn September 22, 1913:
Scientilic: Girls' Latin: Boston University:
To become a private secretary: Basketball, 2:
Gym Meet, 2, 3.
WALTI R FVVAN MACLENNAN
41 Richardson St., Newton
Un lheir own merifs
Modes! men are dumb.
.Hed: Born September 29, 1911: Business
Bigelow: To succeed in business.
52 Hillside Ave., VVest. Newton
MARGARET CONSTANCE MAHONEY
56 Bowers St., Newtonville
Thy clear gray eyes, and sofl abslracled air.
Peg, Peggy: Born August. 23, 1912: Lan-
guage: F. A. Day: Radcliffe: French Club, 3:
Honor Boll. 2, 3.
RUBY LOUISE M ACNAUGHTON
M asia-'s golden tongue.
Weezie: Born July 10, 1912: Scientific:
VVayland: Undecided: To live happil ever
after: Varsity Band, 1. 2, 3, 4: Varsity Smhes-
tra, 2, 3, 4: Outdoor Concert, 1. 2. 3, 4: Glee
Club, 1: Gym Meet, 3, 4: Busketbnll, 1, 2, fl-:
Soccer, 4: Baseball, l, 3: French Club, 4: New-
KATHRYN ALICE MALANEY
1118 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre
Ambitious? I admire my present slale!
Kay: Born April 4, 1913: Stenographic:
Maier? To be or not no be: Commercial
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IIARHIHT TERESA MANNING
17 Washburn Ave., Auburndale
They laugh lhal win.
Harry, Lena: Born July 2, 1911: Ollice
Training: Burr: Boston University : To dis-
cover gold: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2: Commercial
Club, 5: Thrift Teller, 2: Scholarship Roll, 5.
70 Gammons Rd., VVaban
Up, up, my friend. and ini! your books
Or surelv ynu'I1 grow dou Ie.
Marionibus: Born January 27, 1911: Lan-
iuage: Peirce: Radclitfe: To collect words:
ibrary Club, 3, 4, 5: English Club, 4, 5:
National Honor Society, 4, 5: Lunchroom
Squad, 5: Newtonite, 2, 3, 4, 5: Literary
HOWARD WILLIAM MARSCHNER
347 Lowell Ave,, Newtonville
Life is no! so shorl, bul lhere is always time
enough for caurlesy.
Bill: Bom July 13, 1912: Scientific: Fall
MARY JEIN NIE MASSE
27 Capital St., Newton
Life wilhoul lnughlrr is a dreary blank.
Giggles, Lena: Born May 11, 1910: Ollice
Trainin : F. A. Day: Undecided: To get rich
quick: Outdoor Concert. 2.
EDWARD FRANCIS MARSHALL
1136 Centre St., Newton Centre
A man four square.
Ed: Born July 1910: Scientific: Gran-
ville, Ohio: Dartmouth: To bum around the
world: Legislature, 5: Honor Roll, 5: Swim-
ming, 2, 3: Track, 2: Intermediate Football,
4: Salesman of Emblems for Class of 1930:
Usher at Senior Assembly.
HELEN JUDD MASSEY
251 Central St.. Auburndnle
I profess nol talking only lhis.
Le! each man do his besl.
Pink: Bom August 19, 1911: Language:
Winchester, Virginia: Simmons: To be a land-
EUGENIA TILBURN MARTIN
Her hair was nal more sunny than her hearl.
Gene, Sunny: Born June 20, 1912: General:
Hyde: Bouve: To be a Bhysioal director: Girls'
Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, 4: asketball, 4: Baseball,
l, 2, 4: French Club, 3: Lunchroom Squad, 1,
2, 4: Glee Club, 2, 3, 4: Outdoor Concert, 1, 3, 4:
Girls' Dress Assembly, 4.
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RUTH MARCIA MATTOX
24 Manemet Rd., Newton Centre
And my hear! is like a rhyme.
Marcy: Born September 2, 1912: Language:
F. A. Day: Cornell: To marry a sea captain:
Alpha Beta, 2, 3: Play, 2: Honor Roll, 2, 3:
French Club, 3: Newtonite, 2, 3: Gym Meet. 4.
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JOIIN LORING MQADAMS
36 Roslyn Rd,, Waban
The wise' and nrlirv ronquvr rliflirullllrs.
Mac: Born June 28, 1912: Business: Hyde:
To meet the real unknown: Social Studies
Club, 4: Legislature. 3: Glee- Club. 4: Anti-
llumming Ride Committee: Track, 1.
52 Channing Rd., Newton Centre
She'll nr'er larkfriends.
Smack. Mac: Born June 12, 1913: General:
Mason: Miss Wlwelot-k's: To be a teacher:
Newtonitv, 1. 2: Rasketball, 1, 2: Class Orches-
tra l, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Orchrstra, 2. 3, 4, 5:
S1-nior Play Committee. 5: Girls' Gym Meet,
1. 2. 3, 4. 5: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5:
Senior Girls' Dress Assembly.
FRANK MURRAY MCCARE
3 Lewis St... Newton
Amiabiliiy shines by Us own lighl.
Chuck: Born Om-tobvr 14, 1910: S4-iclntilicg
Our Lady's: Annapolis: To be director of Bemis
prep: Football. l, 2: Baseball, I.
MARION JOSEPIIINE MCCARTIIY
286 Melrose St., Auburndale
I gl my! Oh me! Hou' murh laller would I like
Sis. Mandy: Born January 1, 1011: Ollim
Training: Burr: Newton Hospital: To he a
nursr: Commercial Club, 4: Social Studios
JAMES FRANCIS MCCANN
2150 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale
The quielrsl minds are generally Ihr mos! happy.
Mac: Born November 13. 1912: General:
llurr: Massachusetts Nautical School: To be a
captain in the Swiss Navy: Lunchroom
l'lLl.lO'l"l' PERRY MCCLELLAND
20 llracland Ave.. Newton Centre
I am lillle, bu! I mn do much.
llon. li. P., Mar: llorn September 20, 1030:
IMISIIIPSSZ Mason: To sew the world: Band, 1. 2:
ANN DOROTIIEA MCCARTHY
145 Winslow Rd., Waban
Red huir, pup, and goodfun.
Mac: Dorn November 12, 1912: Omoo Train-
ing: llydc: To be a private secretary: Chorus.
2, 3: Outdoor Concert. 2, 3: Camera Club, fl:
I'erl'vcl Attvndance, 3.
4-l Lincoln Rd., Newton
No! everybody mn blush.
Fayo: Born April 30, 1912: Ollice Training:
F, A. Day: To travel: Baseball, 2, 3: Basket-
ball, 2: Gym Moet, 2, 3: Commercial Club, 4.
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HELEN MARJORIE MCKEY
9 Viiestbourne Rd., Newton Centre
A kind hear! :lr afounlain of glndness.
Marge: Born December 17. 1912: General:
Mason: Katherine Gibbs: To succeed at some-
thing: Gloc Club, 1, 2: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2:
Gym Meet., 1, 2: English Club, 3, 4.
ROBERT GORDON MCPHEE
ll Nonantum St., Newton
Pu! nol your lrusl in money, bu! your monqv
Mac, Bob: Born September 5. 1912: Mathcs
matics: Bigelow: M. I. T.: To join the Eskimo
Camel corps: Spanish Club, 4.
HERBERT GEORGE MCKINNEY
349 Linwood Ave., Newtonville
I am my own. inspirnlion.
Mac: Born October 31. 1912: Business:
Bigelow: Art School: Newtonile, 1. 2, 4:
Cartoon Editor. 3, 4: Baseball, 1: Basketball,
1, 2: Newtonian, 3, 4: Traflio Squad, 2.
ROSE GEBTRUDE MEADE
198 WValnut St., Newtonvillo
Hupm um Ifrom rare I'mfree.
Goo: Born July 23, 1912: Language: F. A.
Day: Boston University: To win an argument:
Scholarship Boll, 1, 2, 3: Legislature, 2:
Newtonite, 2, 3, 4: Newtonian. 4: French
Club, 2, 3: Social Studies Club, 4: Treasurer, 4:
Field Hockey 1. 2, 3: Basketball, 1. 2, 3:
Baseball, 1, 2: Gym Moet, 2, 3: Outdoor
Concert. 2. 3: National Honor Society, 4.
JOHN BYRON MCKITTRICK 1 '
56 VVashingt.on Pk.. Newtonville
His lhoughls hare n high aim, lhough lheir
durllmg be an lhe vale of an humble heart.
Mack: Born October 17. 1912: Language:
Boston Latin: University of Wisconsin: To be
a medical doctor.
26 WVulnut l'l.. Ncwwnville
Every inch a lady.
Snivkcr: Burn August 31, 1912: Scicntiiir:
F. A. Day: liaslman: To tinish school: Honor
Boll, 1: French Club, 2: English Club, 4:
Logislaluro, 4: Gym Moot, 2. 3, 4.
HELEN ELIZABETH MCMULLIN
6 Brewster Rd., Ncwton Highlands
There is bu! one proof of nbilily: uclion.
Hellie: Born November 18, 1912: General:
Hyde: Miss VVheelock's: To he what l'ln not:
Gym Meet. 1: Baseball. 2: Ilomoroom Treas-
urer, 3: Lunchroom Squad. 4: Outdoor Cun-
cert, 1, 3, 4.
MILDRED MAY MERRIAM
189 Cypress St., Newton Centro
May il nol be u mulling ambition.
Milly: Born December 28, 1912: Ollice
Training: Mason: To be a floor walker: Alpha
Beta, 1: Outdoor Concert, 2: Commercial
Club, 4: Senior Play Business Committw, 4.
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27 Armory St., West Newton
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EDGAR ALLEN MOORE
1078 Commonwealth Ave., Newtonville
He is happy and young, he is strong and sloul,
His body is hard lo weary out.
Ed: Born May 28, 1912: Language: New
Rochelle' New Xork Uuiversit ' Hi- 3 4
1 Football, -1: Hockey. 4: Outdoor Track Man-
ager, 3: Legislature. 4.
51: MARJORIE FOSTER MIGIIILL
37 Oakwood Rd., Newtonville
Th' adorn ing fluff- wilh so much url,
Is bu! a lmrlfrous skill.
Midge, Nligot: Horn February 8, 1912:
General: F. A. Day: Undecided: To paint pic-
tures of famous people: Gym Meet, 2, 3:
Newtonian. 4: Lunchroom Squad, 4: Tennis
f Tournament, 2, 3: Poster Contest, 3, 4.
661 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre
Every sweet has ils source.
Hellie: Born October 17, 1911: Scientific:
Mason: Undecided: To grow a Greta Garbo
nose: Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Captain, 3:
Varsity, 4, 5, Manager, 5: Gym Meet, l, 2, 3, 4:
Tennis Team, 4, 5: Captain. 5: Hockey, 3, 4, 5:
Varsityi 5: Alpha Beta, 2: Class Treasurer, 4:
Class 'xecutive Board, 4, 5: English Club, 5:
Drama Club, 5.
20 Turner St.. Ncwtonville
None bu! himself nan be his parallel.
Jack: Born November 3, 1911: Scientific:
Dummer Academy: Northeastern: To be an
aeronautical enginwrg Social Studies Club, 4.
9 Chesley Ave., Newtonville
Dux-Il nol loo long upon sporls: for as lhey
refresh a man lhal is uvary, so they weary a man
lhal is refreshed.
Jack: Born August 8, 1912: Scientific:
F. A. Day: Bowdoin: To be a success: Honor
Roll. 1: Math Club Play, 1: Intermediate
Hockey. 3: Legislature. 3: Varsity Outdoor
Track, 3: Orange Book, 3: Newtonite, 3: Sports
Editor. 4: Lunchroom Official, 4: Senior Play
Committee, 4: Spanish Club, 4: Sports Editor
of Newtonian, 4-.
JAMES ALFRED NIITCHELL, Jn.
60 Clyde St., Newtonville
Good-nalured and popular.
Jim, Mickey. Al: Born March 5. 1912:
Scientific: F. A. Day: To swim to Switzerland:
Band. 2. 3. 4: Usher Senior Play, 4: Trallic
Squad, 33 Class Orchestra, 2: Outdoor Concert, 3.
1136 Centre St.. Newton Centre
C'esl une grande lmbilili que de savoir cacher
Marge. Jerry, Sheba: Born Februar 24,
1913: Scientific: Mason:To be a second Helen
VVills: Alpha Beta, 1, 2: Outdoor Connert, 1, 2
3. 4: Varsity Orchestra, 2, 3, 4: Lunchroom
Squad, 2: Legislature. 4: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, 4:
Leader, 3. 4: Tennis Team, 3, 4: Drama
Club. 3, 4: Drama Club Play: Girls' Dress
Assembly, 4: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3: National
Honor Society. 3. 4.
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50 Elliot St., Newton Highlands
Nl all THE ETE3il7TlONMi3.Rf
VVILLETTA STARK NIOSSEH
128 Avalon Rd., Waban
Ambilion has! lhou, and desire for fame.
Willy: Born March 23, 1913: General:
Angier: To play a duet. wit.h Gershwin: English
Club, 3: Basketball, 2, 4: Track. 3: Class
Orchestra. 3: Senior Play: Gym Meet. 1, 2, 3:
Outdoor Concert, l, 2, 3: Lunchroom Squad. -1-,
EDWARD Ll' 0 MURPHY
A nmn offru- words.
Eddie: Born October 10. 1009: Vocational:
Mason: To bf- u cabinet maker: Football, 1:
Intermediate. 2. 3: Baseball. 1: Junior Varsity,
2: Intermediate, 3: Junior Varsity Hockey, 2:
1947 Beacon St., Waban
Some are sharpened, keen and true.
And rorve their may lo fame.
Fred, Swede: Born September 6, 1911 :
Drafting: London. England: Northeastern:
To be a civil engineer.
ELEANOR VIRGINIA MURPHY
1316 Beacon St., Waban
There is only one girl who goes about urilh
Pat, Curls: Born August 13, 1912: Ollicc
Training: Angier: Nliss VVheelock's: To ily
to Paris: Gym Meet, l. 2: Legislature, 2:
Baseball, 1, 2: Basketball, 1, 2: Outdoor
HRENDAN CHARLES MURPHY
324 Adams St., Newton
Ambition is nol the vire of litlle people.
Don, Murph: Born October 2, 1912: General:
Peirce: Undecided: To be u smile promoter:
Newtonite, 2, 5: Newtonian, 5: Legislature, 2:
Track Squad, 1. 2. 3: Baseball, 1, 2, 3: Basket-
ball, 2: Freshman Football, l:.lunior Varsity. 21
Intermediate Varsity, 3: Trallic Squad, 5:
Skill' Studies Club, 4, 5: Spanish Club, 5.
HELEN ELIZABETH 'VIL RPH1
I Ihr-rked for silence but never taxed for speerh.
Born February 7, 1913: Otlice Training:
Hyde: Bryant. dz Stratton: To be a successful
business woman: Social Studies Club, 3:
Commercial Club, 4: Ncwtonite, 4: Chorus.
1 0 1
CHARLES LAWRENCE MURPHY
3-1 Emerson St.. Newton
Young in limbs. in judgmenl old.
Charlie: Born April 7, 1912: Electrical: Our
Lady's: VVenl,wort,h: To be an electrical en-
gineer: Associatfs, 1: Radio Club, 4.
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EDITII FELICATIS MUTIIER
20 Ballard St.. Newton Centre
He who slays me must overcome a world.
Betty: Born September 5. 1910: Scientific:
Sea Pines: Colby: To cross the seven seas in
a sailboat: Captain Class Hockey, 3. 5: Varsity
Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Manager. 5: Baseball, 1,
2. 3, 4. 5: Track. 4. 5: Stage Committee. 2. 3, 4-I
Newtonite, 2, 3. 4, 5: Newtonian. 4. 5: Orange
Rook. 4: Legislature. 3. 4: Drama Club, 4, 5:
Alpha Beta, 3: English Club, 4, 5.
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STEPHEN LOUIS MUTIIEH
28 Ballard St., Newton Centre
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Allhough he is a sludious boy, ,
The closing bell fills him with jay.
Budg Born Marvll 29. 1912: llflnt-hcmuticsi
Mason, M. I. T.: To make bigger and better
LILLIAN NORDICA NORTON
93 Claremont. St., Newton
Tnlenl is power: Incl is
Bootsg Born February 1, l
F. A. Dayg Perry Kindergarten,
hall Team, 25 Varsity Hockey
Thrift Teller. 2: Varsit Glee
, 2nd team, 23
Club, 2. 3, 43
Chorus 1 2 34 S anish Club, 4-Q Senior Play, 45
Honor Brill.. 21 P
GORDON ROGERS NAYLOR
169 Hunnewell Ave., Newton
A man of such a genial mood.
Bud: Born May 9, 1910, Business: Bigelow:
Business School: To be a gentleman farmer,
Baseball. I, 21 Tennis, 3, 4: Ilonor Roll. 43
Lunchroom Squad. 5: Legislature, 53 Senior
Pluy Committee, Track Squad, 3, 4.
658 Watertown St., Newtonville
Good-mzlurr' is slrongrr than lomahawks.
Eddie: Born December 25, 19103 Scientific-5
Our Lndy's: Undecided, To be ambitious:
Junior Varsity Football, 43 Junior Varsity
Baseball. 4: Indoor Track. 4: Lunchroom
Trallic Squad. 5: Assistant Sports Editor of
Newtonite. 5: Newtonian Sports Staff, 53
Hi-Y Club, 5.
504- W'ntert40wn St., Newtnnville
Silenl bu! deep.
Born February 26, 1911: General, Arms
Ac-ademyg Perry Kindergarten, To be a super-
visor in children's work.
GERTB UDB O'FLAHER'l'Y
100 Tyler Ter., Newton Centre
Who is Sylvia? Whul is she?
Trudyg Born July 5, 191-1 General, Mason:
To drive a car as fast ns I want to: Basket-
ball, lg Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3: Outdoor Concert.,
1, 2. 3: Alpha Beta, 25 English Club, 5: French
Club. 3: Honor Roll, 1, 2. 3. 5: Aviation Club.
4. Secretary, 4, Newwnite Homcroom Mnn-
THEODORE MORGAN NORDBECK
46 Collins Rd,, Waban
0'er lhe glad u-filers QI' lhe dark blue sea, my
lhoughls are boundless, and my soul nsfree.
Ted: Bm-n May 31, 1912, Language: Angier:
Annapolis: To be a mattress tester: Honor
Roll. 2: Trullic Squad, 33 Lunchroom Squud, 4
CHARLES KENNEY OLCOTT
119 Grasmere St.. Newton
Hs proved the llesl man in lhe jirld.
Charlie: Born June 14, 1912: Language:
Ilydez Yale: To pass College Boards: Legisla-
ture, 3: Intermediate Baseball. 3: Varsity
Squad, 41 Hi-Y, 4, 5: Secretary, 5: English
Club Play. 5.
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16 Austin St., Newtonville
Imaginalion rules Une world.
Maltyg Bom January 24, 1913: Language,
F. A. Dayv, Ohio Wesleyan, To sing, Legisla-
ture, 2: Newmnite, 2, Outdoor Concert. 2
Gym Meet. 2. 3: Senior Talent Assembly
Social Studies Club, 4.
MARGUERITE BURNETT PARKER
10,17 Walnut St., Newton Highlands
They live loo long, who happiness oullirr.
ii eral, Hyde, Stoneleigh, To be an aviatrix,
Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, New-
tonile, 1: English Club, Il: Gym Nlncl., 1, 3, 4-,
Newtonian llomeroom blanager, 4, Spanish
JAMES DUANE OLSI-IN
227 Derby St., We-st Newton
Thou arl as God made lhee.
Jim, Jimmie: Rom November 13, 1910:
General, Peirca, Art School, To be a seqond
Norman Rockwell, Newtonite. 4, 5, New-
lnman. 5, Drama Club 5: Play, 5, Senior
Play Usher. 5, Track. 2. 3, 4, llasketbull, 4,
Senior Talent Assembly, 5, Social Studios
Club, 4, Trullic Squad, 2.
" FIDXVARD FREEMAN PATTERSON
30 Lincoln St.. Newton Highlands
T he besl Ihnl he has 13 pul inlo every aelion.
Ed, Pat, Born April 6, 1912, Business:
Sahara, Baseball, 1, Junior Varsity Baseball, 2.
BARBARA ADELAIDE ONTHANK
85 Wuhan Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill
A kind uml gcnlle henrl sho had.
Barbs. Bobby, Born March 23, 1911,
Language: Mason, Wellesley: To be a harpist,
Basketball, 2, Varsity Orchestra. 3, 4, Gym
Meet., 4: Glee Club, 1, Outdoor Concert, 1, 2:
English Club, 4.
RUTI1 REGINA l'ERI.MUTTER
487 VVat,erl.own St., Newtonville
Nolhing is impossible lo a willing hearl.
Ruthie, Born June 10, 1912, General,
F. A. Day, Framingham Normal, To be a
teacher: Newmnile. 4, French Club, 4, Varsity
Orchestra, 1, 4, Honor Roll, 1, 2.
T Newell Rd., Aubumdale
Who desenws well needs noi anolherlfz praise.
Ka, Kaya: Born Om-tober 27, 1912, General,
Burr, Simmons, To be a secretary, Outdoor
Concert, 1, 2, 3, Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3.
- HOWARD CARNRIGIIT PERRINE
41 Harrington St., Newtonville
Men are bul children of a larger growlh.
Howie, Born January 3, 1912, Scientific,
Burr: Northeastern, To have a good sleep,
Band, 3: Glee Club, 1, Outdoor Concert, 1.
Peg, P1-ggieg Born January 12, 1912: Gen-
Hyde: To be a tree surgeon in the desert of
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, ELIZABETH MCGAW PERRY f
f 700 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre T
C A happy heart has many friends.
V Libby: Born June 29, 1913: General: Mason: '
' Brmuner: To be a college graduate: Class Z
Basketball, 1. 2: English Club, 3, 4: Gym
2 i Meet, 1, 2, 3: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 3.
RICHARD OLIVER Porn
5 f 87 Bowdoin St., Newton Highlands .
1 An unojliriuus, ilzojferzsiue, qllivierzl ojfirinl. .
Dick: Born November 12, 1911: Mulhe-
matics: Hyde: M. I. T.: Boys' Srience Club, 1:
ii Lunchroom Squad, 4, 5: Trnfiic Squad, 5.
MAREL MORROW PETERS
gg 178 Prince Sl., Viiest Newton
i Those more easivsi who have learned lo dance. es
Pete, Muby: Born May 2, 1014: language:
Carroll: Miss Mny's: To be a tap dancer:
f l?nske1.bull, 2, 3: French Club, -1.
1 CHARLOTTE ETIIEL PORTER
E : 28 Plenszuit. St., Newton Centre '
1Visd0m is beller lhnn rubies.
Charley, Chick: Born A ru 12. 1912, E
2 . Ollice Training: Charlestown: 'To be u success
3 2 somewhere in the world: Social Studies Club, 3: 5
Outdoor Concert, 3: Honor Roll, 3, 4.
il JAMES ROBERT PILLION
ii ' 55 Duncklee St., Newton Ilighlnnrls
i I'm slow of slumiv.
Jimmie, Jamie: Born December 28. 1911: i
2 1 General: Our Lndy's: To be on time in the 5
1 future: Baseball, 2, 3: Varsity, 4.
: ANN MARY POTTALA
3 E 140 Mt.. Vernon St., Newtonville ' E
E 1 Iler drkposilion is as sweel as her voice.
Andy, Anny: Born November 24. 1911: aes
General: Mason: Kindergurlf-n School: To he f
a tear-liar: Outdoor Concert. 1, 2, 3, fl: Gleo 2
Club, 1, 2: Graduation Drvss Assembly. E
E. EVERILL MARIE PINKHAM E
66 Goddard St., Newton Highlands 5
3 Y Wil is lhe flower of lhe inmginalion. 2 2
1 Inv, Pinky: Born July 13, 1912: General: 'E
2' Hyde: Alice Darling's Secretarial School: To
write n book: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3: Lunch-
Z room, 4: Honor Roll, 1, 3, 4.
2 5 CONSTANCE WRIGHT POTTER E ,
325 Lowell Ave., Newtonville
A lender heari: u will inflexible, sealous, ye! y
2 modesl. 1
EQ Connie: Born May 23, 1912: Language:
F. A. Da :Smith: To be an artist: Hockey, 2: 512
if Baskethah, 2: Gym Meet, 2: Scholarship
ii Roll. 2, 3, 4: Newtonite, 2. 3: Alpha Beta, 2: 73
E - English Club, 4: National Ilonor Society, 4, I 2 2 W
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DOI-IIS LESLIE POTTER
T04 Centre St., Newton
blades! and sweet. V?
, Boston: To be a success: Thrift. Teller, 2: T
1 Commercial Club, 4.
54 Wuhan Ave., Waban
Which onlv poelx know. f
Society. 4. 37-
5 Ilarrington St., Newtouville
Bill. Quig: Born March 30, 1911: Scientihcg f-
F. A. Day: Undecided: To he u man of leisure:
Trnllic Squad, 2: Thrift Teller, 2: Junior Z
Varsity Football, -1-g Indoor Truck, 4: Vursity T
Outdoor Track, 4.
Glce Club, 2, 3, 5: Claw Orchestra, 2. Q!
1113 Washington Sl... W1-st Newton
Thus all below is slrenglh and all above is grace.
Born Smgilember H. 1910: Business: Peirce:
Bryant KL 1 tmtwli: Lunohroom Squad, 1, 2, 3.
4: rallic Squad, 2.
125 Langdon St., Newton fE
General: llyde: Undecided: To be head waiter f
in a cafeteria: Alpha Beta. 1: Math Club, 3: e
Football Manager, 4: Cheer Lender, 5:1Ii-Y, 5: 4
Lunchroom, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. .1
MARY JANE RAILSBACK ?i'
34 Foster St., Nowtonvillo L,
Whose inlellerl is readx In s in lhe ossmners as
Born April 8, 1913: Language: F. A. Day: r
Vi'eIle-slay: To truvel: Outdoor Concert. 2: r
Baskothttll. 2: Newtonite, 2, 3, 4: Newtonian
Copy Editor. 4: Field Hockey, 2: Legislature. 4:
Senior Class Play Committee, 4: National
Ilonor Society, 3. 4: Social Studies Club. 4:
French Club, 2: Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4: Gym
Moet, 2, 3.
IIEREWARD ARMSTRONG REYNOLDS
61 Huntington Rd.. Newton
The man who works is Ihr man who sur:-reds.
mativs: Brookline: M. I. T.: To he the boss: .3
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PIIYLLIS ANNA REINHARDT E:
There Ls pleasure in poellkv pains, YQ
I hyl: Born May 7, 1913: Language: Angier: E2
Wheaton: To be a writer: Outdoor Concert. 5?
1, 2: Alpha Beta, 1, 2: Library Club, 3, 4: 1?
English Club, 3, 4: Assistant Secretary, 4:
Scholarship Roll, 1, 2, 4: National Honor , '
WILLIAM DOUGLAS QUIGLEY 325
Amusrmenl lo an observing mind is sluclv.
WILLIAM R1-IDl1A'1'II REMICK 3:
27 Sharon Avo., Auburndale
My designs and labors and aspirations are my
Bill, Willie: Born August 22. 1910: Business! 52
Burr: Thcatriral School: To go on the stage: ??
CLARENCE MARCUS QUINN if
GARDNER REYNOLDS sf:
llommon sense is nnl a common Ihiny, :Q
Gardy. Gar: Horn February 11, 1910:
.' P 9
well asforge lhe anchors of lhe mind. 1 1
Harry: Born March 24, 1912: Mathe- .1
Football, 4: Newtonitv, 5: Lunchroom Squad, 5. 4
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JOHN BARNES RICHMOND
77 Otis Sl... Newtonville
Cherrfulness and good will make labor lighl.
Jack, Rich: Born December 1, 1910: Scien-
Liiiv: F. A. Day: W'illiams: To be in the oil
business: English Club Play, 5: Newtonian,
Rusiness Munngcr, Photograph Editor. 5:
National Honor Society. 4. 5: Rand, 2. 3. 4:
Orchestra, 2, 3, 4: Hi- , 5: Executive Council:
Board of Publications, 5: Honor Roll, 3, 4, 5:
Orange Rook, 4: Trullic Squad, 3, 4.
43 Parker St., Newton Centre
Trulh haih a quid breosl.
Dottie, Dot: Born November 19, 1912:
Language: Mason: To find a college intention:
Gym Meet. I, 2. 3, 4: Bnsketball, 2: Baseball, 2,
DOROTHY MARGARET RIDEOUT
4 Applegnrth Sl., Newton Centre
There's n Iurinkle in her rye.
Dot, Dottie, Rideout: Born September 2,
1011: General: Saugus: Forsyth Dental: To
be I-1. R. Rideoutfs successor: Outdoor Con-
r'ert,1, 2, 3, 4:Gyn1 Mc-et.1, 2, 3.
RUTH MABEL RORART
'l Arlington St., Newton
Calm hair meonderilzg wilh pellucid gold.
Ruthie. Babe: Born February 26, 1911:
Ollice Training: Rigelow: Katherine Gibbs':
To become n private secretary: Honor Roll.
1, alzgofial Studies Club, 3, 4: Outdoor Con-
cert. r., I .
121 Eastbourne Rd., Newton Centre
To qualify belongs lhe highesl place.
Rea, Readie: Born June 14, 1912: General:
Mltson: To bc a Irivate secretory: Alpha
Beta, 2: English Chlb, 4: Outdoor Convert.
1, 2, 3: Gym Meet. 1, 2: Senior vTnlenl.
Assembly: Svholarsliip Roll, 1: INRI-l0I13l
Honor Society. 4.
RICHARD CHANDLER ROBBINS
89 Dorset Rd., YVuban
Ou we foil from day lo day,
Dick: Born November 11. 1911: Language:
Augie-rl Bowdoin: Alpha Rem. 1: Legisla-
ture. 5: Baseball, L, 2, 3: Hi-Y, Al-, 5.
OLIVE ANGELIA RILEY
254 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill
ll"hen you dllllfr' I wish you
A more 0' lhe sm, lhul you mighl ever do
Nolhing bul lhal.
Tools: Born February 17. 1913: Language:
Mason: Wellesley: To be n dancer: Class
Orchestra, 1, 2: Varsity Orchestra. l, 2, Il, 4:
Outdoor Concert., 1. 2, 3, 4: Girls' Gym
Meet, 1, 2: Basketball, 2: Alpha Beta. 2:
English Club, 3: Senior Talent Assembly, 4.
RUTH ELLEN ROBBINS
4 Windemere Rd., Auburmiale 3
She mme: she saw: she rzmqurrrd, 1
Ski: Horn September 26, 1912: General:
Burr: Basketball, 1, 2: Baseball, I, 2, 3: Gym
Meet., 2: Alpha Beta. 1. 2: Outdoor Convert,
1, 2: Senior Talent. Assembly, 4.
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Basketball, 1: Junior Varsity Basketball, 2:
Intermediate Bnsketbnll, 3: Lunchroom Squad,
2 My one foul! is velocily in sp-31-ch.
1 Alpha lictn, 1: Glec Club, 1, 2: English Club, 43
Ei door Concert, 1, 2: Gym Meet, 3, Humming
3 Ride Committee, 1, Honor Roll, 1, 2: English
E Club Play, fl: National Honor Society, 4-.
ii MARY ISABEL ROBINSON
gg L Montrose St., Newton
. Ilia like you 'cause you are you.
5, Perry, To be a kindergarten teacher: Outdoor
Class Hockey, 3: Home Economics Club, 4:
j English Club, 4.
ii. Roy, Nettn: Born September 9, 1912:
Stenogrnphing F. A. Day, To be accurate:
1 . - 1 Y'
hall, 2: Gym Meet, 2, 3, 4.
E ALICE ELIZABETI-I ROCIIE
Al, Rochey, Allie: Born June 1, 1912, Gen-
Mcct, 1, 2, 3, Lunchroom Squad, 4.
208 Adams St., Newton
Dot: Born September 11, 1911: Business
13 Pine Ridge Rd., Wellesley Farms
. You, likewise, will do well.
gr Pat, Patsy: Born March 3. 1912, General:
Wellesley: Miss Farmcr's Cooking School: To
WY , ,. . : - o Dress s-
2 sembly, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
' ELIZABETH RUSSELL
E V The pen became u clarion.
' Ibbn: Born April 3, 1912: Language, Bige-
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- , Montrose St... Newton
if 1 An honesl man's lhe nobles! work of God.
if . Robbie: Born October 8, 19123 Business:
53 Bigelow, Junior Varsity Football. 2: Class
2: Traliic Squad, 3.
, CECILIA KATHERINE ROMAN
33 Sullivan Ave., Newton Upper Falls
gg, Cecil, Celia: Born October 14, 19135 Steno-
grnphic: Emerson: To he a success in business:
Commercial Club. 4, Vice-President, 4: Out-
Born May 9. 1911: General: Bigelow:
ij- . Concert, lg Gym Meet. I. 2: Class Baseball, lg
5 ANNETTE MARIE ROY
13 g 25 Capitol St., Newton
gg . Knowledge comes bu! wisdom lingers.
Eg- Outdoor Concert, 2: Hockey, 2, 4: Second
Varsity Hockey, 4: Track. 3: Baseball, 2, 3,
3, Basketball, 2, 3, 4: English Club, 4, Soccer,
1 2 3' Commercial Club President 4' Voile
1 , 1082 Beacon St., Newton Centre
QUIC ions, innocent, sincere.
QE , eral, Mason: Boston University: To be ll suc-
cess in life: Outdoor Concert. I. 2, 3, 4: Gym
3 DOROTHY MARY RUFO
sg My hearl is lrue as steel.
Training: F. A. Day: To see the world: Com-
? mcrcinl Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 4.
PATRICIA ANNETTE ROGERS
3 he successful: Home Economics Club, 3, 4:
Outdoor Convert 3 Fradunti n A
Ee - 4-0 Shorneclilfc Rd., Newton E
f low, Oberlin: To write.
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CATHERINE MARY RYAN
319 Cherry St., West. Newton
Order is power.
Kay. Catherine: Born August 19, 1912:
Oflice Training: Peirce: Springlleld I. C.: To
be an institutional manager: Gym Meet, 1, 2. 3:
Baseball, 2, 3: Honor Roll, 2: Public Speak-
ing, 3: Commercial Club, 4-: Social Studies
Club, 4: Outdoor Concert, 2, 3.
16 Keele Ave., Newton Upper Falls
All may do wlml has by man been done.
Grit.: Born January 6, 1912: Scientific:
Emerson: Tufts: To be an engineer.
90 Erie Ave., Newton Highlands
An ounce of mirlh is worlh a pound of sorrow.
Jay: Born June 23, 1913: Language: Hyde:
Radcliffe: Class Orchestra, 1, 2: Varsity
Orchestra, 1, 2. 3: Basketball. 2: Gym Meet.. 2.
3: Lihrary Club, 3, 4: English Club, 4: Scholar-
ship Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Beta, 1, 2: National
WILLIAM FRED SCHIPPER
47 Trowbridge Ave., Newtionville
An alhlele has power inborn and the courage
lo carry on.
Fred: Born June 20. 1911: Scientific: F. A.
Day: Undecided: To sell Frigidaire to the
Eskimos: Vice-President Class, 2: Football,
2. 3, 4: Hockey, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y, 4: Athletic
RUTH ADELIN E SANFORD
294 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut. Hill
l'Vhere glowing embers through lhe room
- Teach lighl lo rounlerfefl n gloom.
Rufus, Ruthie, Rube: Born June 23, 1912:
-1 General: Chicago: Bridgewater Normal: To
f make a good teacher.
HAROLD WIIITLOCK SCHOLL, Jn.
51 Morse Rd., Newtonville
When ther-e's a ladv in the case,
You know all olher lhings give place.
Rubs: Born April 1, 1912: .Mathemat.ics:
F. A. Day: Dartmouth: To he a steamfitterg
Basltethal , Intermediate, 3, Varsity, 4: Base-
ball, Intermediate, 3: Executive Committee,
3, 4: Legislature, 2. 3: Executive Council, 4:
Social Board, 4.
C V AUDREY IDA SAUNDKRS
' ' C, " 1 t. 2-18 Auburndale Ave., Auhurndale
1 , A e f True as the needlr Io Ilie polv.
il 1 1 , f, iii- , Audie, Sandy: Born November 6, 1912:
ff ' i Scientific: Burr: Simmons: To be a landscape
Y ' ' architect.
2 A . .,., Q AUGUSTA SCHNABAL
K f 14-9 Otis St., Newtonville.
A i S Victory smiles on lhose who dare.
1 ' vGussie: Born November 1, 1913: Ollice
. LV 33:5 ii' Training: Jamaica Plain: Boston University:
5 1 To be a newspaper reporter.
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ARNOLD MAX SELIGMAN
66 Linden St... Newton Upper Falls
If lhou das! play zuilh him al any game,
Thou art sure lo lose.
Pro: Born Mnrcb 30, 1912: Language:
Emerson: Harvard: To get a B in Latin: Class
Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Orchestra. 2, 3. 4:
Outdoor Convert., 1. 2, 3, 4: Aviation Club,
3, 4: Prvsidenl, 4: Basketball, 2,
FREDERICK PAUL SIIINE
66 Austin St... Newtonville
Doesrfl hnle Englishf-lzul jus! isn'l in sym-
palhy wilh ii.
Ted: Born October 4. 1911: Scientific: F. A.
Day: Boston University: Trurk, 1, 3: Foot-
hall, 2, 3: Btlsivbull, 3: Civivs Club, l.
JAMIE IIUGUNIN SHAW
619 Chestnut St., Wuhan
A lillle nonsense nnw and then is relished by
the basl of men.
I Jim: Born January 9, 1910: Scientilirrz
South Dakota: Boston University.
671- Boylston St., Newton Centre
A patient, unassuming lnrl.
Born July 17, 1912: Printing: Hyde.
MILDRED HUGUNIN SIIAW
619 Chestnut St.. Wuhan
She runs on like a babbling brook.
Minn: Born September 11. 1011: Gen:-ral:
Deadwood. South Dakota: Boston University:
To be an accountant: Outdoor Concert. 2, 3:
llaslaetbull, 3: Track. 3: Baseball, 3.
MARY DORIS SIMONE
I0 Mechanic St., Newton Upper Fulls
The very subslum-e fy' ambition.
Sim: Born November 3, 1013: Utlice Train-
ing: Emerson: lieckefs: To he a teacher:
llonor Roll. 1, 2, 3. 4: Commercial Club, 1, 4:
Social Studies Club, 3: Gym Nloet, 1, 2, 3:
Senior Pluy Committee, 4.
WILLIAM JOSEPH SIIAY
44 Brewster Rd., Newton Highlands
The pen is mighlier lhan the sword.
Hill: Born August. 9. 1910: Svientilic: Boston
28 Davis Ave., VVQ-st Newton
Ibby: Born July 12. 1911: Omoo Training:
Gloucester: To be an etliuient, secretary,
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GEORGE KENNETH SLADE
3 Ashton Ave., Newton Centre
Books cnnnol always please. homevrr good:
Minds are noi erer l'rm'ingfr1r lheir good.
Ken, Giga: Born May 31, 1912: Language:
Mason: Boston University: To go into business:
1878 Commonwealth Ave., Aubumdale
In youlh and beaullv wisdom is bu! rare.
Eddie: Born May 3, 1912: General: C. C.
Burr: To visit the South Seas: G m Meet, 1. 2:
Outdoor Concort, 1, 2: Basketiuall, 3: Base-
ball, 2, 3.
RUTH GHHTHUDE SIWALL
4 Mayo Ave., Needham
The muiden hath no longue bu! lhoughi.
Bom March 17, 1912: General: Needham:
Lasell: To be a dietitian: Home Economics
Club, 4: Senior Play Costume Committee:
Senior Graduation Dress Assembly, 4: Na-
tional Honor Soclcty, 4.
CAROLYN DUNPHY SOMERS
100 Hull St., Newtonville
It is good fo lenglhen lo the lasl a sunny mood.
Kay: Born March 29, 1913: Language: F.
A. Day: Wellesley: To he an interior decorator:
Senior Talent Assembly, 4: Senior Girls' Dress
Assembly: Art Club: Hockey, 2:
CLENDENNING SMITH, Jn.
26 Sewall St.. Vliest Newton
I musl down fo lhe sms again lo the mg:-ant
Clon, Smitty: llorn April 24. 1910: General:
Peirce: Boston Univvrsity: To be an interior
decorator, to have a fast boat, and to play an
orgun well: Varsity Orchestra, 2, 3, 4, 5:
Drama Club, 5: Lunvhroom Squad, 5: Oul-
door Concert, 2. 3, 4. 5,
BEN A SPAIN
97 Atwood Ave.. Newtonville
A u.-onmn Qf words and uclion.
Pep, Henna: Born January 28, 1911: Gen-
L-ral: Anzier: Boston Sc-hool of Physical Edu-
cation: Varsity Field Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4. 5:
Captain, 5: Varsity Basketball, 1, 2: Field
Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Captain, 1, 2: Manager,
3, 5: Basketball. 1, 2: Baseball, 1. 2: All Boston
Honorary Field Hockey Team, 4. 5: Class
Secretary, 2: Class Treasurer, 3: Class Vice-
President, 4: Class Treasurer, 5: Honor Roll, 5.
1878 Commonwealth Ave., Auhurndale
A good lhing nerds no puffing.
Dot, Dottie, Sol: Born May 3. 1912: Gen-
eral: C. C. Burr: To be head nurse in an orphan-
age: Gym Meet, 1, 2: Baseball, 1. 2, 3: Basket,-
ball, 3: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 3.
78 Withington Rd., Newtonville
She is well paid lhal is well salisfied.
Gin, Ginnie, Ginger: Born December 20.
1910: Scientific: Peirce: Normal School: To
get an A in Math.
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Bob: Born December 6, 1911: Scientific: if
11, 4: Traflic Squud, 2, 3: Senior Talent As- 2
3? I sembly, 4: Cheer Leader, 4.
EDITH LOUISE SPAULDING A
gi ' Bunnio: Bom June 9, 1913: General:
. JOHN HAROLD SPRINGHAM '
Millie, Bill: Born December 20, 1911: Oillce
1 F. A. Day: Yale: To be a physician: Football
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2 29 Burr Rd., Newton Centre , gg
Qualily and quanlily go hand in bond. .
. Mike: Born October 6, 1910: General: ML. '
ROBERT LAVVRENCE SPOONER
65 ivuxkef sl., Newwnville
F A Da A Boston University' To get into 2
business: varsity Band, 2, 3: Varsity Or-
1 chestrn. 3: Legislature, 2: Lunchroom Squad, 5
is 67 Bowers St., Newwuville
eg ' Her iongue is her weapon.
2 2 F. A. Day: VVestem Union 'Tclegru nh School:
22 Home Economics Club, 3: Outdoor iiloncert, 2.
. 947 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls
?QQ g An bones! man, vlose bulloned lo the chin. E
3 . Johnny: Born May 27, 1912: Business:
Z Emerson: To he a business man: Boys' Scienrc
Club, 1: Outdoor ConcerI,,1, 2: Trailic Squad. 4.
E42 MILDRED VIRGINIA SPEAR
E 16 Anim Cir., Waban
I go, I go: look how I go! Elf
- Why should I be businesxlikn? 5
Training: Emerson: Bryant. It Stratton: Gym
:fi Meet, 1. 2, 3, 4: Fashion Show, 2: Outdoor 2:
2 Concert., 3: Home Economics Club, 2: Bose- il
3 bull, 1, 2: lluskelbnll, 1, 2. . 5?
E 1 JANICE CORNELL STANGE
32 5 48 Guy St., Newlnnvilln
Fair. kind, ond lrue.
gr Jan: Horn June 22, 1911: General: East
ii Orange. Nc-w Jersey: Finishing School: To
' make the New Englanders understand nw: 5
Home Economics Club, 4: Newtonian, 4:
355 Honor Roll, 4. .
mcnfxun ALLEN SPENCER
84 Walker St.. Newtonvillc 5
5 5 I llzlnk all I speak, bu! I speak nal all I Ihinlr.
l ' Dick: Born January 13, 1912: lVlaI,henmtic-sg
:E Squad, 2. 3: Track Squad, 2, 3: Tennis Squad,
Fi fl: Legislature, 5: Spanish Club. 5.
101 Nehoiden Rd.. Wahan 2
ii Thqv are only trulv greal who are lruly good. 2
is El: Born June 17. 1911: General: Angier: 3
gi Arlington Hall: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2. Q
66 Warwick Rd., West Newton
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MARY CATHERINE STEPHEN
703 Chestnut St., VVaban
Amiabiliiy shines by ils own lighl.
Born May 20. 1913: Lan uage: Angier:
Mt. Holyoke: To find a ni:-imame: Honor
Roll, 1, 2, 3: Basketball, 1, 2, 3: Baseball, 1, 2:
Gym Meet, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Beta, 1, 2: English
Club, 3, 4: Library Club, 3, 4, President, 4:
National Honor Society, 3. 4: Lunchroom
Squad, 4: Senior Dress Assembly, 4.
MASON HILLS STONE, Jn.
7 Braemore Rd., Newton
Sermons in stones.
Mase, Rocliy. Stoney: Born May 29. 1912:
Language: Bngelow: .Harvard: To be a good
lawyer and millionaire: Trailic Squad, 3, 4:
Lunchrooln Squad, 1, 2, 3, 4: Newtonite, 3, 4:
Camera Club, -1.
DOROTHY IRENE STICKNEY
I'Il giggle loduyiif iomorrmn I dir.
Dot, Sticky: Born November 8, 1911:
Stenograplue: F. A. Day: To become private
secretary .for the President of United States:
Commercial Club, 4.
DELIA AGNES SULLIVAN
12 Albion Pl., Newton, Centre
Various are Ihre roads lo fame.
Agnes: Boro June 20, 1912: Scientific:
Mason: Perry's Kindergarten: To be a teacher:
Gym Meet, 1, 2: Outdoor Concert, 2: Trnllic
Squad, 3: English Club, 3: Spanish Club, 4.
ELIZABETH ROBINSON STIDGER
99 Atwood Ave., Newtonville
Charms slrike the sight, bu! mari! wins lhe soul.
Betty: Born May 23, 1912: Language:
Kansas City, Missouri: Smith: To be on or oil'
the.stage: Drama Club. 4: Senior Play, 4:
Legislature, 4: Senior Talent Assembly and
Committee, 4: Lunchroom Squad: Senior
CYRIL MAIUORIE SULLIVAN
2 Orris St., Aubumdale
The only way lo have afriend IS fo be one.
Soo, Tom: Born February 9, 1913: General:
Burr: Manhattan: To buy my clothes in Paris:
Outdoor Concert. 1. 2, 3, 4: Gym Meet, 1, 2:
Basketball, 1: Baseball, 1, 2, 3: Track, 3:
Trailic Squad, 3: Honor Roll, 2, 4.
LILLIAN DOROTHY STOLLONV
76 Austin St., Newtonville
ll"haI0ver srcpfic may ' ' f 5 f
why she had a wliereforeii mqmre or or every
Lil: Born December 20, 1912: Stenographic:
F. A. Day: Boston University: To he a secre-
tary: Home Economies Club, 2: Alpha Beta, 2:
Thrift Teller, 2: Volleyball, 2: Social Studies
Club, 3: -Orange Book, 3: English Club. 4:
Commercial Club, 4: Kappa Kappa Si, 4: New-
tonite, 4: Newtonian, 4: Senior Play Com-
mittee, 4: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4.
JOHN YVESLEY SUTHERLAND
150 Melrose St., Auburndale
Sul. Johnny: Born Februar 12, 1912:
Business: Burr: Northeastern: To be a pro-
fessional hall player: Junior Varsity Baseball, 2:
Intermediate, 2, 3, 4-: Varsity, 4.
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12 Lyman St., Newton Centre
The name lells lhe lule.
Sweetie: Bom June 24, 1012: General:
Buffalo, New York: Miss Wheel0ck's and
Boston University: To follow in the steps of
Ruth Draper: Gym Meet, 1, 2: Prize Speak-
ing, 2, Alternate, 4: Drama Club, 3, 4, Play, 4:
Alpha Gamma Tau, 3.
ARTHUR WALLACE THOMPSON
11 George St., Newton
His lhoughts were rools lhal frmly gripped the
granile lrulh. .
Art, Tommy: Bom March 11, 1912: Scientific:
Brookline: Brown: To travel when and where
I wish: Thrift Teller, 2, 3: Trallic Squad,
3, 4: Basketball, 3.
GRACE MADELEINE TAYLOR
30 Foster Sl., Newtonville
I don'l know how to blush!
Born August 22, 1911: General: F. A. Duy:
Miss WVheelock's: Field Hockey, 1: Gym
Meet, 1, 2: Newtfonite, 2, 3: Trallic Squad, 3:
French Club, 3, 4: Honor Roll, 4: Newtonian, 4.
CATHERINE LOUISE THOMPSON
1141 Walnut St, Newton Highlands
Teach me haU lhe gludness
Thal ihy hear! must know.
Catchie, K: Bom November 20, 1912:
Language: Hyde: VVellesley: To be on the
stage, the bench, or in an operating room:
Basketball, 1, 3, 4: Baseball, 1, 2, 3: Field
Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4: Track, 3: Class Orchestra, 1,
2: Varsity Orchestra, 2: Alpha Beta, 1, 2, Vice-
President, 1. Play, 1: English Club, 3, 4: Draina
Club, 3, 4, Play, 3: Legislature, 4: Newtonian
Histories, 1, 2.
VIRGINIA CONSTANCE TEDESCO
231 Sheridan St., West Newton
-There's nolhing so beromes a woman as modes!
Ginnie: Born April 6, 1911: Ollice Training:
Peirce: Undecided: To be a designer of fashions:
Gym Meet, 1.
BARTLETT KIRKWOOD THOROGOOD
219 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill
Cnmerado, I give you my hand!
Bart, Benny: Born February 28, 1911:
Language: Mason: Harvard: To get on the
Harvard crew: Outdoor Track, 1, 2: Band, 3,
4, 5: Varsity Orchestra, 5: Executive Council, 5:
Senior Play Committee, 5: Senior Talent
Assembly, 5: Social Studies Club, 5: Room
Manager, 5: Honor Roll, 1, 2.
985 VVatertown St., West Newton
There never was so wise a man before:
He seemed the mcarnafe "well I fold you so."
Ted: Born November 20, 1911: Electrical:
Peirce: M. 1. T.: To be a business manager.
MARY ARUNDALE TOMLINSON
819 WVatertown St., 1Vest Newton
She is always readv to help afriend.
Bed: Born April 9, 1911: Language: F. A.
Day: Middlebury: To travel: French Club, 2:
Gym Meet, 2, 3, 4: Lunehroom Squad, 3, 5:
Honor Roll, 3.
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MARJORIE DAVIS TREADWELL
I 256 Lowell Ave., Newtonville
Marg, Born June 1, 1910, Ollice Training, V '
F. A. Da 3 Burrough's Bookkeeping and "
Machine School, To head a department in a 5
large oilice, Gym Meet, 2, 3, 4. i
21 Jerome Ave., West Newton E
Steel-true, blade slrahlhl. 5
Joan, Born April 29, 1912: Oflice Training, :I
Social Studies Club, 3, Commercial Club, 4, 3
Honor Roll, 4, Basketball 2. '
LOUISE WHITE TROWBRIDGE
12 Harrington St., Newtonville in
A friend to have and keep fore'er. ' if
Hockey, 1, Gym Meet, 3, Traflic Squad, 3, . 7
Newtonite. 2, 3, Mailing A .nt, 3: Alpha
Beta, 2, Social Studies Club, IRE-nglish Club, 4: f
Data Committee, 4. 5
Beta, 1, 2: Newtonite, 2, 3, 4, English Club, 4, '5
Camera Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4,
21 Jerome Ave., West Newton ' if
Il is ,wc lhe quunfily bu: lhe quality of kfwwz- ' ii
. edge which is valuable. 'Y E
p ' MARY GOSBEE TUFTS 5
Is she not passing fair? i
Hyde, erm Hall, To make a game out of life, E
Home Economics Club, 4. 5
RUTH w1Nu-'RED TUTTLE Q
653 Boylston St., Newton Highlands 2
Vigor and richness of resource. E
Tut, Born October 22, 1912, Ollice Training- E
F. A. Day:TodoasI lease,Basketball 2 3 4: E
Orchestra, 2, 3, Honor Roll, 2, Legislature E
3, 4, Executive Committee, 3, 4, Senior Talent -E
Assembly, Home Economics Club, 2, Alpha Eg
Beta, 2. E
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ANNE MARIE TURNER E-
' Peirce, Katherine Gibbs, Outdoor Concert, 1,
Lou, Born July 2, 1910, General, F. A. Day,
Katherine Gibbs: Varsity Orchestra, 1, Class i?
Orchestra, 2, Outdoor Concert, 2, Field - 2
Home Economics Club Vicnrljresident, 4, 1
Graduation Dress Assembly, 4. 5
ESTHER LOUISE TURNER ?3
62 VVindsor ad., Waban I T?
Pains of love be sweeler far gg
Than all other pleasures are.
Sis, Born May 10, 1912, General, Angier,
Bouveg To graduate from the muscle factory, E
Tennis Team, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 1, 2, Gym E
Meet, 1, Newtonite, 3, Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, if
Baseball, 2, English Club, 4, Honor Roll, 4, 92
CHESTER ANTHOINE TUDBURY :E
20 Harrison St., Newton Highlands ie
Honor, high honor and renown! 1?
Tud, Born January 3, 1913, Mathematics, 93
Hyde, M. I. T., To be an engineer, Alpha Z
National Honor Society, 4.
JOSEPH TURNER ET
Bom February 25, 1910, Business, F. A.
Day, Northeastern, To be a "high-powered
, 170 Lineolu St., Newton Highlands 5
Tully, Bom December 19, 1912, General, E
Hockey, 3, 4, Baseimll, 2, 3, Baud, '2,'a2 2
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E 53 Bigelow Rd., West Newton
' Coshed her shinv head and mid Z
2 ' Ain'l you shamed you sleepy head. E
Zi? Dot: Born May 12, 1912: General: F. A. Ei
3 Day: Katherine Gibbs: To be n secretary: Q Q
E Basketball, 1, 2: Baseball, 1, 2: Gym Meet, I, 2: ,E
E Lunchroom Squad, 3: Honor Roll, 1: Senior
5 Dress Assembly, 4.
MARY LOUISE VASSALOTTI ig
Z 46 Parsons St., Vlfcst. Newton
E ' Nice anrlinicc. 5 is
Vass: Born May 22, 1912: Stenograpbic:
- F. A. Da 1 Miss W'heelock's: To be a by ieuist: : E
English Club, 4: Commercial Club, 4: ilolley-
2 ball, 2: Gym Meet, 2, 3: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 4:
1 Soccer, 2. E
DA Z MARGARET EMMA TYLER 2 3
f so Aberdeen sr., Newton Highlands
gg ' By her work ye shall know her. L E
Peg, Pegg : Born April 18, 1911: Scientific: Q lg
2 McKinley, hVasbington, D. C.: Undecided: '
iii Social Studies Club. 4: Home Economics
' Club, 4: Scholarship Roll, 1, 2, 4: Proof Editor 3
of Newtonian: Senior Banquet Committee: 5 3
. National Honor Society, 4. 5 2
E NANCY ELEANOR VISCOE . E
31 73 Allison St., Newton 5
, Nonchalance is an art well praclised. 5
E 1 Nan: Born December 2, 1011: Office Train- 2
ing: F. A. Day: Boston Universit : Gym gi
3 Meet., 2, 3: Basketball, 2: Honor lioll, 4: 13
Commercial Club, 4: Home Economics Club, 2. 1 2
5 GEORGE EDWARD VAN BUSKIRK ' E
Z . 257 Church St., New ton 2 E
2 A moderale pace for a long race. Y
E Georgie, Von, Rip, Busky: Born May 6, 1910:
E Business: Bigelow: To aim to please Publix
227- Theatre Cor .-movies: Traflic Squad, 2, 3:
ig f Lunchroom Slquad, 4: Outdoor Concert, 2, 3.
E MARY WAKEFIELD 2 E
2 55 Prescott St., Newtonville 5 E
E 5 The world belongs lo llue energetic. 5 Li
2 Q Jack, Wakey, Bubbles: Born January 7, , 2
E 1912: Scientific: F. A. Day: Middlebury: 2
E . To own a Packard roadster: Outdoor Con- Q E
3 , cert, 2, 3, 4, 5: Camera Club, 5: Traffic Squad,
5, 2, 3, 5: Glee Club, 3, 4, 5: Newtonite, 4, 5:
E2 French Club, 4, 5: Girls' Vice-President, 4:
1: 1 English Club, 5: Drama Club, 5: Gym Meet, 5 E
3, 5: Chairman Senior Talent Assembly, 5:
Legislature, 5: Honor Roll, 3, 5. Q E
MARY LOUISE VARA 5 E
1085 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls 1 3 2
E Rich in good works. ' Q E
3 Born June 25, 1911: General: Emerson: 3 2
i 5 Colby Academy: To pilot a plane: Field r ?
7 ' ll 1 2 Baseball 1 2
Hockey, 1, 2: Basketba . , -3 . , , ,
I Z 3, 4: Trallic Squad, 4: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2.
l RICHARD TUFTS WALES 1
Z 12 Mt. Ida Ter., Newton 1 E
2 Q The winds and waves are always on lhe side
E of lhe ablcsl nmrigalors. 5 5
gg Dick, Skipper. Heh: Born September 30,
is 1909: General: F. A. Day: Undecided: To
li study the eternal mystery of the sea: Lunch- 5 2
E room Squad, 3: Varsity Orchestra, 1. 2. 3, 4:
5 Swimming Team, 2: Secretary Social Studies 1 gg
E. ' Club 3' En lish Club 3. 4 Pla 3 4: Drama gg
E Club: 4: Camera Club, '45 Newtonite, 3:
Newtonian, 4: Senior Talent Assembly, 4:
3 5 Senior Play, 4: Hi-Y Club, 4. i V 5
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NORMAN EDMUND NVALKER
12 Circuit. Ave., Newton Highlands
I never knew a gcnllemun if Unis isn'l one.
Normg Born September 28, 19113 Business:
Bigelow, To be manager ol' an airport: Fresh-
man Baseball Hockey: .lunior Varsity Hockey,
2, Intermediate Baseball, 3.
JOAN GABRILLE WELCH
61 Broadway, Ncwtonville
Lone, su'eelnfss, goodness in her person shine.
Bunnyg Born February 2, 1913: Steno-
graphicg F. A. Day: Business: To dance, yet.
keep my slippers fresh, Soccer, 2: Home
Economics Club 2' Commercil l '
43 Hillside Rd., Newton Highlands
Clear slalemenl is argument.
Bob, Rugged, Horn June 14, 1910, Scientific:
Hyde: Anuoch: To excel in something: Mana-
ger of Football, 4, Senior Play. 5: Drama
Fillb. 55 Glee Club, 53 English Club, 53 Legis-
a ure, .
NATALIE ANNA VVELCH
61 Broadway. Newtunvilie
I n Xield hockey I sliine.
Nat: Rom ngust 5. 1911, Swnographic:
F. A. Day: To go to New York in the air,
Band, 1, 2, 3: Class Hockey, 2. 43 Varsity, 2, 45
Honorary All Boston Field Hockey, 43 Class
Basketball. 2, 3, 4-1 Varsit , 2, 3, 4: Orange
Book, 4, English Club, 4: Senior Girls' Dress
Assembly, 4-3 Gym Meet, 3, 4, Senior Banquet
JANET GOODWIN WARREN
144 Hancock St., Auburndalc
In measureless content.
Jit, Jane: Born April 9, 1911: Scientific:
Lockport, New York, Oberlin, To get out ol'
high school, Trallic Squad, 3, 4: Newtonite, 2:
Baseball, 2, Lunchroom Squad, 3.
BARBARA NLARSTON W EST
4 Eden Ave., West Newton
A pound of pluvk is worth a lon of luck.
.Bobbiez Born April 7, 19125 Scientificg
iiiggelgwg Bryant 8 Stratton, Outdoor Concert
ALICE LOUISE WELCH
101 River St., West. Newton
Deeds, no! words, rulf' lhe earlh.
Al: Born October 3, 19103 General, lleirceg
Posse lNlssong To be a gym teacher, Hockey, 1.
2, 5: Baseball, 2, 4, Band, 3, 4, Orchestra, 3, 4,
Social Studies Club, 5.
CLEMENT ALOYSIUS YVHITE
97 Hawthorne St., Nonantum
Each eve could snr,
Each Ionguc could say,
Thu! he grew happier day by day.
Clem, Born November 27, 1911: Electrical,
Our Lndy'sg New Hampshire Slate, To be ll
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DOROTHY VIRGINIA WHITE
29 Furber St., Newton Centre
In framing an arlisl, art hath thus decreed,
To make some good, but olhers lo era.-ed.
Jeanne, Ginney: Born March 22, 1912:
Language: Mason: Briarcliff and Vesper
George: Basketball, 2: Gym Meet, 1, 3: Out-
door Concert, l, 2: Traiiic Squad, 3: Library
Club, 4: English Club, 4.
JOHN RICHARD WILLIAMS
152 Grove St., Auburndnle
Lo, I roam:-d about the mountain side, resled
at Kan-p'ei Temple.
Dick, Duck, Johnnie: Born June 23, lQl0i
Scientific: Hillcrest School, Nanklng, Cllllllli
Oberlin: To be a brain surgeon: Basketball.
2, 3: Luuchroom Squad, 2, 3, 43 NCWT-Oman
MARGARET ISABEL WHITE
1734 Beacon St., Wabun
Her acting is such lhat nal even crilics crilicise.
W'izzy: Born May 17, 1912: Scientific:
Albert Angier: Cornell: Orchestra, 2, 3: Drama
Club, 4, 5: Vice-President, 5: English Club, 5:
Prize Speaking. 5: Basketball. 3, 5: Gym Meet,
1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll, 3, 5.
SOLVIG CECELIA WIMAN
134 Pnrmonler Rd , VVest Newton
All who joy would win must share it.
Sylvia: Bom September 15, 1911: Oliice
Training: Peirce: Faulkner Hospital: To be
a nurse: Commercial Club. 4: Social Studies, 4:
Honor Roll, 4.
59 Prince St., West Newton
Come, give us a lnsle of your qualify.
Pegg 1 Born Fcbrl nry F. 1914: Lan r a v ,:
CurroIl?Smith: Gym ivleeifl. in U
FRED ALLEN VVING
15 Magnolia Ave., Newton
A man wilh many irons in lhe fire.
Born March 13, 1912: Scientific: Bigelow:
Wesleyan: Business Manager of Newtonite, 5:
Newtonite Charm Receiver, 4: Advertising
Manager ol' Newtonitc, 4: National Honor
Society, 3. 4, 5: Legislature, 5: Drama Board, 5:
Senior Plai Committee: Vic1+Presidcnt of
French Clu , 4: President ot' Freshman Boys'
Science Club, 1: Photographic Editor of New-
tonian, 5: Junior Varsity Baseball, 3: Alpha
Beta, 1: Honor Roll, 1, 2.
SAMUEL IRVING WILKINSON, Jn.
110 VVaban Hill Rd., Chestnut IIill
Sweet Robin, bring lo me my bow
For I would now a-hunling go.
Sam, Professor: Born May 5, 1910: Nlathe-
matics: Miami, Florida: M. I. T.: To be an
aeronautical engineer: Spanish Club, 3, 4:
Vice-President, 3: President, 4: Newtonite, 3,
4: Man ing Editor, 3: Assistant Editor-im
Chief, 4?q'ral1ic Squad Inspector, 3, 4: Lunch-
room Squad Oliicer, 4: Legislature. 3: Assist-
ant Proiectionist, 4: Orange Book, 3: National
Honor Society, 4.
JEANNE RUTH WOLLEY
9 Hazelhurst Ave., VVest Newton
A fig for care and zz Hg for woe.
Born August 5, 1912: Scientific: Peirce:
Undecided: To be a writer: Basketball, 1, 2:
Baseball, 3: Newtonite, 1, 2, 3: Honor Roll, 4:
Gym Meet. 1. 2. 3, 4: Traliic Squad, 4: Out-
door Convert, 4: English Club, 4, 5: Senior
Banquet Committee, 4: Newtonian, 5.
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EDYTHE MURIEL WOOD
969 Chestnut St... Newton Upper Falls
llfhal is it she mn'l do?
Babe: Born November 6, 1912: Stenogrnphic:
Emerson: To travel: Gym Meet., 2. 3, 4:
Fashion Show. 2: Commercial Club, 4: Basket.-
ball, 3: Baseball, 3: Honor Roll, 2: Class
Treasurer, 3: Outdoor Concert, 3.
MARYOTT WEBB WRIGHT
109 Jewell, St., Newton
Whal manner of man is Ihis?
Wehhie: Born October 5, 1911: Scientific:
Baltimore: To drive a racer: Drama Club, 4-:
Lunchroom Squad, 4: Senior Play.
BLAKESLEE DICKSON WRIGHT
350 Cabot. St., Newtonville
Slap Ihe music: you't-e killed lhe king!
Blake: Born July 4. 1912: Scientific. 4: F.
A. Day: Wesleyan: Band, 2, 3, 4: Varsity
Orehestra, 3, 4: Lunchroom Squad. 4: Camera
lC!lz.ilx,q43 Senior Talent. Assembly, 4: Honor
o ,-, .
BEATRICE LEIGHTON YOUNG
1190 Centre St., Newton Centre
Her smile reveals many marvels.
Bud, Bee: Born March 9, 1912: General:
Mason: Colby: To travel: Outdoor Concert,
I. 2: Gym lifleel. 1, 2, 3.
DONALD CHESTER WRIGHT
16 Adella Ave., West Newton
And all I ask is a lall ship and a slar lo sleer
Don: Born December 20, 1911: Seientilie:
Peirce: Bowdoin: To be a deep sea diver.
DOHOTIIY NEALE YOUNG
41 Crass SL., West, Newton
Thou has! a voice whose sound is like lhe sea.
Dot Lie, Toots: Born June 28, 1911: General:
Peirce: Cambridge Hospital: To he a great
surgeon: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 3, 4: Gym
Ivleet., 4: Baseball, 2.
LILLIAN FRANCES VVRIGIIT '
109 .lewr-tt St., Newton
Genius jrzdx ils own road, and carries ils own
Lil: Born January 11, 1914: Language:
Baltimore, Maryland: Radcliffe: To discover
the newest. element.: Class Hockey. 2, 3: Class
Basketball. 2, 4: Newbonite, 3, 4: Mzit.l1 Club, 3:
Senior Play Committee, 4: Lunch Squad, 4:
National Honor Society, 3, 4: Scholarship
Roll, 2, 3, 4.
MARY JOSEPIIINE YOUNG
41 Cross St., West. Newton
A sweet atlraclive kind QI' grace.
Babe, Skeets: Born August. 17, 1912:
General: Peirce: Cambridge Hospital: To
travel: Gym Meet. 1. 2, 4: Outdoor Convert,
1. 2, 4: Home Economics Club, 2: Baseball, 2.
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E Q 27 W illiams St., Newton Upper Falls Eg
Victory follows me, and all things follow victory.
Q f Bill, Billy, Born January 22, 1912, Business, .
Emerson, To be an accomplished business
man, Intermediate Baseball, 3, Class Track
Q Meet, 1, 2, 3, Cross Country Team, 4, Cap- 2
E tain, 4, Indoor Varsity Track, 4, Outdoor
Truck, 4, Commercial Club, 4, Social Studies
5 Club, 4, Golf 'r0lll'l1llIl16Hl,, 2, 3.
2 LYMAN HUNTINGTON ZIEGLER
181 lllindsor Rd., Vllaban
V You are wisely silent in your own worth. n Q
Ly, Lynn, Born December 11, 1912, Lan-
E guage, Angier: Yale, To get n Ph.D.: Alpha
Bela, 2, English Club, 5, Honor Roll, 2.
. JOHN JosEPH BAGLEY iso Edinboro st., Nnwwnvnle
g For solitude sometimes is best society '
Q And short retirement urges sweet return. Q
C Born August 11, 1913, Business, F. A. Day. C
GWENDOLYN TURNER BARROWS T4 Glendale Rd., Sharon Q
For every why she had a wherefore. i
Y Gwen, Born June 25, 1913, Scientific, Winnwood, Undecided, W'ho knows9, Basketball, 4. Q
3 VINCENT BISHOP 1925 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale I
Y Some of the sharpest men in argument are noloriouslv unsound in judgment. 2
V Born April 4, 1909, Matlienmtics, Needham, To be an aviator. F
2 ARTHUR ROBERT BOUGHAN 414 Yllatertown St., Nonantum 1 2
. What did it mailer who held fast to the leather, C
' He or another? He had made the team!
Bogie, Born December 27, 1910, Vocational, F. A. Day, Boston College, To be an engineer, Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Z
E Varsity, 4, Baseball, 1, 2. .
THOMAS JOSEPH CARMODY 'T Crescent Sq., Newton 7
Endurance is Uze crowning quality, 2
2 5 And patience all the passion of lhe great. Q
Mallet, Bom February 28, 1911, Vocational, Our Lady's, Northeastem, To be an electrical engineer, Outdoor I
3 Concert, 1, 2, 3, Radio Club, 3, Basketball, 2, 3.
JENNIE CHESLEY seo Boylston sn., Newton Higmnnns
And what she greatly thought, she nobly dared. . E
2 ' Born Februa 24, 1913, Clerical, Peirce, Bryant Sz- Stratton, To stay skinny, Basketball, 1, Gym Meet, 1, 2,
Home Economicsglub, 1, 2.
ALBERT HENRY COLLINS 13 Neal Sl., Newton Lower Falls
I find thee worthy . E
V S lgert, Born March 26, 1913, Business, Hamilton, To be a baseball player, Hockey, 1, Baseball, 1, 2, Trnllic
1 qua , 3.
9 ERNEST FREDERIC DIETZ 27 Bishopsgnte Rd., Newton Centre
Q Small Latin, and less Creek.
2 E Ernie, Born November 27, 1911, Language, Brookline, Dartmouth, To become a noted brain specialist. 2
T ELIZABETH ELLEN DUGAN 19 Pennsylvania Ave.. Newton Upper Falls
1 Through her forced abnormal quiet 1
E 1 Flashea' the soul offrolir riot. ,
i Lib, Beth, Born July 19, 1911, Ollico Training, Emerson, To be a good girl, Anti-Bumming Ride Committee, 1,
Baseball, 1 .
RALPH DAVID THOMAS FECTEAU 21s Cabot st., Newtonville
E Great ideas travel slowlv, and, for u lime, noiselessly. I
S , Fee, Dave, Born October 6, 1911, General, F. A. Day, To go VVest. Q
Josnrn ALFRED FRECHETTE T1 nnnsnn st., wnmnnn
i He knows what is what.
. Joe, Born January 8, 1913, Electrical, Waltham, Football. 3, 4.
D KENN1-:TH GUYMDNT 216 Cherry si., west Newton l
5 A man in all lhe world's new fashion planted, Y
Z Who hath a min! of phrases in his brain. 7
T Baldy, Born April 17, 1912, Vocational, Peirce, Boston University, To be an Advertising Manager.
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MARGARET FRANCES HALFREY 17 Beech st., Newton
The power of lhoughl, lhe magic of lhe mind.
Peggy, Hefree: Bom June 9, 1911: General: F. A. Day: To have a sailboat: Spanish Club, 4.
ELIZABETH TERESE HAMMOND 14 Wellesley Ave., Wellesley
2 Oar flallery we'll keep for some olher- V 2
2 Her only is juslice lo praise. I E
Betty: Bom August 28, 1911: General: Wellesley: Miss Prtuce's: To bc n dress buyer: Stage Manager, 2: Drama
E Club, 1: Home Economics Club, 1: Outdoor Concert, 3.
2 HAROLD JENNINGS 234 Church st., Newton 2
E I work wilh patience which means almost power.
Jinks, Jenks, Jinx: Bom April 11, 1912: Business: Bigelow: Baseball, 1: Junior Varsity Baseball, 2: Basketball, 1.
WILLIAM WALTER KENSLEA 109 Bridge St., Newton
Ig His llmughls have high aims. 2
Vllalter, Granny: Born July 20, 1911: Business: St. Mary's: To be a man: Football, 4.
DANIEL JAMES LOMBARDI 125 Adams st., Newton 2
2 He'd always lhink of someihinq which he deemed a reason why
E 5 'Twas jus! lhe time for him lo lzeep a-working. 3
S I Danily: Born July 28, 1911: Electrical: Our Lady's: Northeastern: To be an electrical Engineer: National Honor
E 001811, . Q 3
ge JOHN MAHONEY 221 Elliott st., Newton
He was loo greal lo err, and O, ' E
5 2 Too good lo be unkind.
: Jack: Bom February 1, 1912: Vocational: Emerson: M. 1. T.: To be an architect.
MARGARET THERESA MAGUIRE 24 Crafts st.. Newtonvllle
E The girl who look lhe home out of homework. 3 5
Peggy: Born October 1, 1911: Ollice Training: Our Lady's: Outdoor Concert, 2: Commercial Club, 4.
2 JAMFS MeKENNA 10 Williams st., Newton Upper Falls
The will lo do and soul lo dare. E
Mac: Born January 8, 1912: Business: Hyde: To see the world from a submarine.
ALBERT NICKERSON Moaoo 139 ook st., Newton Upper Falls
He may be slow, but God made him so. ig
Born October 13, 1912: Mathematics: Emerson: M. I. T.: To be an engineer.
RALPH WILLARD ORRILL 28 Florence St., Newton Centre
3 Q Wise io resolve E
ig t And palienl lo perform.
Cl bSl5orty: Born November 24, 1912: Electrical: Mason: M. I. T.: To be an electrical engineer: President of Radio
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JOHN KENDALL PARKS 46 Cedar st., Newton Centre V
if Sense fumes wilh age. E
Bom June 15, 1912: Scientific: Mt. St. Charles, Rhode Island: Intermediate Football, 4.
PEARL SANDERSON 29 School st., Newton
Conquesl pursues where coinage leads lhe way. E
Jewel: Born October 10, 1911: Ollice Training: Our Lady's: Burdett: To be a good stenogrupher: Tennis, 2, 3:
Baseball, 2, 3: Glee Club, 1: Gym Meet, 1, 2: Chorus, 1, 2, 3.
PHILIP JOSEPH SCULLY 134 Olxkleigh Rd., Newton
I Whal manner of man is this?
Born May 4, 1910: Scientific: Somerville: Brown: Hockey, Varsity, 4: French Club, 3: Spanish Club, 2: Foot-
ball, 2: Baseball, 2.
CARL WELLINGTON SPURR 212 Beacon St., Waltham
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Born April 24, 1908: Electrical: Waltham.
MILDRED ISABELLA WALES 581 Grove st., Newton Lower 1-'elle iii
Joy is not in lhings: il is in us.
Milly: Born October 27, 1910: General: Hamilton: To be a nurse: Gym Meet. 1: Outdoor Concert, 4
ALBERT JOSEPH COCHRANE VIRGINIA LEE JOHNSON EVERETT MARTIN SEAVEY
Born April 23. 1912. Born December 17. 1912. Born October 18, 1913.
Died September, 1926 Died April 13, 1927. Died July, 1927.
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History of the Senior Class
By W. Pmua Gmnmcs
NCE, eons of time ago, there were, scattered throughout the eighth grades of Newton's
schools, many lit.tle bots. 'lt was sosiong ago that even the seniors scarcely remember it.
Then one September day they all got together in a big. new hall and were told that they were the
first group to assemble as a class in the auditorium of the new building of the High School. These
boys and girls had a tremendous amount of wisdom but they didn't reveal it all at once for fear
of awakening the jealousy of those monsters called "upper classrnenf' First' they elected their
oflicers. Philip Giddings became president: George Hutchinson, vice-president: Doris Benson,
secretaryg and Dorothy Bowen, treasurer. The class organized a committee to carry on the anti-
bumming rides campaign. As freshmen they took part in the athletics and "club life" of the school,
and so became acquainted with their new environment. Then, in June, came some excitement
called "finals," and some more excitement called vacation. So they left school for a while and
rested and played and planned great things for the future.
The next fall, when they returned, the boys wore long trousersg and some of the girls already
"put their hair up." They left for school five minutes later, because they were sophomores and had
first floor home rooms. This year they elected different oflicers. James Benson was chosen presi-
dentg Fred Schipper, vice-presidentg Doris Benson, secretary: and Rena Spain, treasurer. Miss
Benson left school and was succeeded by Helen Brooks. Extra-curricula activities brought out the
talent of these growing youngsters and as sophomores more members joined clubs. The boys and
girls began to appear on the athletic fields and catch the eyes of the coaches. After each marking
period, the class scholarship roll was always near the top of the list. One of the big events of the
year was the Girls' Gym Meet, in which the sophomores tied with the seniors, thus foreshadowing
the win they scored as juniors. Then came more "finals" and vacation, only all the excitement
this time attached itself to vacation.
When they returned as upper-classmen, sophistication set in. The boys of 1930 began to
appear about school after 2.15 in old Fords. Fellows no longer turned pink and cast furtive glances
about before addressing ladies on the school grounds. Elections again! Benson was re-elected
president, and Miss Spain became vice-president. Eleanor Bingham was elected secretary, and
Helen Morgan, treasurer. The class began definitely to participate in the major activities. The
Drama and English Clubs contained on their rosters the names of many juniors, while a number
were made members of the Newtonite staff.
After Christmas things happened in earnest. Fred Burton won first place in the prize-speak-
ing contest. In April. twenty-five members of the class were elected to membership in the National
Honor Society. Giddings and Fred Wing were made Editor and Business Manager, respectively,
of the Newtonite. On the athletic fields, girls and boys alike starred. Three juniors played on the
girls' hockey team. Eight boys received varsity football letters and Fred Schipper seemed a
regular position on the hockey team. Four juniors were varsity trackmen, and two played on the
first tennis team.
Then came the last vacation of their Newton years, and they returned from it with all the
self-confidence of the senior. In the beginning of the year, Giddings was elected president, Dorothy
Bliss and Donald Bosworth, vice-presidents, M audc Chase, secretary: and Richard Dort. treasurer.
Later in the year Bosworth and Dort were forced by ineligibility to give up their ofiices to Virginia
Costello and Rena Spain. James Benson was elected by the school to be president of the Associates
with Eleanor Bingham and William Bell as girls' and boys' vice-presidents. Nelson Bell became
president of the National Honor Society. Extra-curricula activities were again in order.
As is customary, the senior class opened the social season with a gym dance, the "Harvest
Hop," arranged under Helen Morgan's oommittee's supervision. Next came the senior play.
The play selected was "The Goose Hangs High," coached by Mrs. Bemis, while the business end
was in charge of Dr. Land. The play committee was under the chairmanship of Constance Dort.
Critics rated the product.ion as one of the best ever produced by a senior class. Charles Barry
and Margaret Lennox carried finely throughout, well supported by Dick VVales's humor and red
socks, Louise Hawkes, Willetta Mosser, Bob Warfield, and Maude Chase.
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The senior talent assembly, produced by Mary WVakefield's committee, proved to be a most
entertaining hour of informal fun. Messrs.- Warfield, Burton 8b Co., sent everyone from the
hall with a happy heart by virtue of their fetching finale.
The Newtonite passed through another successful year: and, on turning the tables on the
newsies and snooping a hit ourselves, we found that Mr. Lester Williams and Helen Brooks and
Jack Morris deserve a world of thanks for doing the lion's share of the work. Then it was said
that one Donald Briggs enjoyed immensely running the editorial page and now and then writing
some funny comment in the Editor's Column.
Toward the middle of the year, the class began to think of its graduation, and that it might
want to celebrate. Accordingly Jim Benson became chairman of the dance committee, and Bob
Wariield was placed in charge of the banquet arrangements.
Athletically, many of our members won honors. Charlie Hall captained the track team and
proved to be one of the outstanding performers on an outstanding team. Through the years in
school, Charlie managed to win two tennis tournaments. Two cross-country letters were awarded
to Charles Hall, and to lVilliam Young of the class of 1930. Fred Schipper acted as captain of the
football team and also led the pucksters. Other seniors winning varsity football letters were:
Arthur Boughan, Donald Bosworth, Henry F urden, Ernest Hamilton, William Kenslea, Gordon
Linberg, Edgar Moore, Ieslie Doten, and Alan Duif, manager. Hockey lettermen were Schipper,
Edgar Moore, and Gordon Linberg.
Newton's second publication, the year book, was organized in early March with Charles
Barry as Editor-in-Chief and Jack Richmond as Business Manager.
Basketball continued to grow in popularity and a number of seniors secured positions on
the Varsity Squad. Those who received letters were: Donald Bosworth, Harold Scholl, Briscoe
Chipman, and Nelson Bell, manager.
Among the girls, Rena Spain was the only girl to receive a large chevron in field-hockey.
Large "N's" were received by Dorothy Bliss, Betty Muther, Geraldine Gallagher, Betty Farnum,
Eleanor Bingham, and Natalie Welch.
The early spring outlook indicated that many seniors would be representing our class in the
spring sports, baseball, golf, and tennis.
And here our story ends. Another class has passed through this school, and, as its members
leave and scatter, they all take with them the memories of the time spent in Newton High School.
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History of the Junior Class
By VIRGINIA WTEED
NOTHER golden leaf has been tm'ned in the brief history of our school life. Attitudes.
outlooks, views, have changed considerably since the portals of childhood closed behind us
and we were admitted into the hall of high school life.
Turning back the thumb-worn pages of our three-year-old history let us review the past
events that still can delight us.
In the first chapter we attended the traditional get-"together" party. We participated in
our first real election and selected for our class ollicers: Norman Adams, presidentg Charles
Bassett, vice-president, William Dunn, secretary: and William Perry, treasurer. VVe read how
famous our freshman class becomes when Cynthia Jump, competing against seven sophomores,
snatched the glories of elocution from them by winning the Prize-Speaking Contest open only to
Another important event engraved on the records was the freshman debate during the
spring. It was our first invitation into the world of oratory and we will never forget the enthu-
siasm that its occurrence inspired.
At the opening of the second chapter we read that our sophomore officers were: George
Hildreth, president, George Defren, vice-presidentg Florence Bell, secretary: and Virginia J osselyn,
I The sophomore girls won the loving cup for the greatest representation in sports, and the
names of many members of varsity teams became outstanding even then as participants of
VVe must not skip the paragraph that tells of the success which the Sophomore Dance, our
social event., won for itself g or that Cynthia Jump again won the Price-Speaking Contest. In
both years, members of our class have received prizes in the Shakespearian Contest which is
sponsored for the freshman and sophomore classes.
Nor did we neglect the clubs either. In Alpha Beta, Betty Tucker was president, and Cynthia
Jump, secretary. The Freshman-Sophomore Drama Club had for its president Richard Wit,
and as secretary Betty Tucker. Richard Lawrence of our sophomore class was president of the
new Aviation Club.
But the chapters of the past are finishedg now we review briefly the events of our flashing
junior year. Vife, selected as our officers: George Hildreth, president, Perry Elrod, vice-presidentg
Florence Bell, secretaryg and Albert Guzzi, treasurer. We do not lack representation in the
Associates, either, for Robert Bell and Cynthia Jump were elected clerk and treasmer respectively.
Newton High offers Inuch to its large group of students in the way of activities outside of
school hours. The Junior Class well appreciates this, for in our extra activities we read that our
class is well represented. Clubs play an all important part in the life of the student who is vitally
interested in his own progress and that of the school. The English Club which is one of major
importance has many members of the junior class. This year the Drama Club honored some
twenty young actors and actresses with membership. It has as its secretary Betty Tucker. In
the Social Studies Club Helen Dearing is secretary, while in the Home Economics Club Natalie
Smith is president.
Now we come to that all interesting bulletin The Newtonite. One reason for its success
is that Lois Stafford is editor of the copy-stafl' and because of the reporting talents which other
This year Catherine Martin is the only junior representative on the Newtonian Staff.
In the girls' world of athletics the junior class has starred. Those who have won honors in
hockey are: Hilda Kirby. Jean Wilson, Catherine Martin, Barbara Goodrich, and Adelaide
Fogg. Hilda Kirby, Dorothy Buchanan, Lillian Cavanaugh. Adelaide Fogg, Dorothy Nichols,
Ruth Chase, Barbara Goodrich, Mary Kihbe, Elizabeth Hayden, Catherine Martin, and Marjorie
Munsil made the varsity basketball team and Adelaide Fogg. Grace Thompson. Ruth Chase,
and Helen Chase, are our tennis fans.
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in football were: Reggie Bankart, Perry Elrod, John McCarthy, John Shorten, Harold Strombom,
and Phil Layton.
Winter sports quickly followed, and upon the organization of the track team we find that
Russell Taylor, Robert McMullin, manager, Robert Bell, Richard Jarrell, George Bartlett,
Milton Green, Thomas Mariner, Irving Fine, Harold Quinlan, and Alfred Guzzi are making us
famous with new records. Hockey letters this season were awarded to Walter Billings
and George llildreth. Midseason is the time for basketball, and with John McCarthy as captain
the season has been creditable to the school. Perry Elrod, Raymond Blair, Leo McCarthy,
Richard Bailey, Robert Patterson have bewme basketball stars. Finishing the logical order
we find Francis Chase as captain of the tennis team and Oliver Prescott, manager.
Baseball is still an rmwritten page. But peruse this history of ours a year from now and
you will find the junior class as outstanding as in other sports.
Undoubtedly the most successful dance put on in the school was our Feminine Follies. A
record breaking crowd collected in the gym with the Techtonians supplying the music. We have
Mary Kibbe, chairman of the dance, and the splendid committees which aided her, to thank
for its success.
Still we have left unrecorded a little of the story of our junior year. There is one more part
to finish - our long looked forward to senior year. And, as we have made this past year success-
ful, let us print the finis of our high school life in t.he golden letters of a success worthy of each
individual of our outstanding class.
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History of the Sophomore Class
'3' By Roseau' AsaLnY
HE time is live o'clock, Friday afternoon. Newton High School is completely deserted.
Building 1: "You know, brother, a complete transformation has come over the Class of 1932
in a year. A year ago they were freshmen, making all the mistakes and doing all the ridicu-
lous things that freshmen usually do. But now they have grown into sophomorehood and
in my opinion are the finest class in the school."
Building 3: "Don't forget my seniors. They're the finest --."
Building 1: "All right, brother, we won't argue. Don't forget that I am older and more experi-
enced than you. However, I have an idea. We will make an investigation and I will prove
to you that my statement is true."
Building 3: UO. K. I've heard some of my seniors say that all Gaul is divided into three parts.
So let's divide our investigation into three parts. First I'll call Room 314."
"Hello, 3149 Building 1 and I are carrying on an investigation concerning the Class of
1932. VVhat can you say for them."
Room 314: "Plenty First of all they have made an enviable record in scholarship. Their av-
erage per cent of pupils on the scholarship roll is 8.3. I predict a great future for this class,
for as they gain in experience and in intimacy with the teachers they will make a record as
good as that of the present senior class. Their attendance record is quite as enviable. Sopho-
more rooms are to be found at the head of every attendance list."
Building 3: "Could you tell us the class officers?"
Room 3114: "On election day in October the sophomores elected the following as their leaders:
Stuart DeBard, presidentg Phyllis Baker, vice-presidentg Elizabeth Ellis, secretaryg and
Thumian Philoon, treasurer."
Building 3: "Thank yon. That will be all. Tell Assembly Hall that we wish to speak with him."
Building 1: "Well, brother, I hope that Room 314 has done something toward convincing you
that I was right. I feel that he has strengthened my conviction."
Building 3: " 'People easily believe what they wish to believe'."
Buihiing 1: "I wish you would keep those scholarly quotations to yourself. You can't appear
learned no matter what you do. Here comes Assembly Hall. See what he has to say."
Building 3: "Hello, Assembly Hall. Building 1 is trying to prove that the sophomore class has
claims for distinction in Newton High School. Can you help him?"
Assembly Hall: "I certainly can. The freshmen and sophomores have held some very fine assem-
blies within my walls and I can vouch for the fact that the sophomores have upheld their
end of the work. I have two assemblies in mind. the Freshman-Sophomore Play and the
Prize-Speaking Contest. The 'Neophytes' presented a well-acted play entitled, 'The En-
chanted Christmas Tree.' Edith Hanson and Percy Lewis played the leads admirably.
The Prize-Speaking Contest revealed much sophomore talent. The boys' and girls' prizes
were won by Harold Banks and Phoebe Coombs respectively."
Building 3: "lIere's the third witness, Room 3B. Hello. BB. I am investigating the claims of
the Class of 1932 for distinction. What can you do to help me?"
Room 3B : "Of course you understand that no athletic team is composed entirely of the members
of one class. However, I can say that the sophomores have played their part in school ath-
letics, The sophomores have a large representation on the Jimior Varsity Teams. These
teams have been more successful in upholding the honor of Newton High School on the
athletic field than the other teams. Junior Varsity A football under Wally Goodnow's
leadership finished with a commendable record. The junior varsity hockey and basketball
teams also had successful seasons. The sophomore girls basketball team won more victories
than any of the other class teamsf'
Building 1: "After these testimonies, brother, you must admit that the Class of 1932 has a name
to live up to in futu.re years."
Building 3: "Yes, brother, you are right. And let us hope that this class does live up to its name
and that of Newton High School. If it does, its future happiness and prosperit.y are assured."
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By AUDREY Coovaa
BRIGHT, September sun awoke one morning to look down upon many happy, excited,
young folks. It was strange to see so many boys and girls Cso early in the morning, toolj
and Mr. Sun decided that he would have to look into the matter.
First of all, why was this excited crowd all traveling toward one center? Second, what was
this center of attraction? And third, why were they all so excited? Mr. Sun watched very
carefully and during that day he gathered much interesting information from his observations,
from the wind, and from the clouds.
These hurrying earth-creatures all had for their destination that famous institution of learn-
ing - the Newton High School. It was the first day of school and the most excited of these young
folks were freshmen.
These freshmen all gathered in the assembly hall of the Administration Building where
they received warm greetings and hearty hopes for success, with a lot of good advice. They met
Mr. Palmer, their principalg Mr. Elicker, the assistant principalg and Miss Riley, their class
So during that first day the freshmen stumbled on with the aid of sophisticated seniors
and jolly juniors and silly sophomores. They learned about the buildings, their rooms. the
teachers, and the subjects.
After a few weeks, to lklr. Sun's surprise, some of the proudness of being a freshman began
to wear off. I have never really discovered, Mr. Sun, whether this was the result Of older students
laughing and joking at them or t.he curt remarks that were made to them. I am sure, however,
that the upper classmen had something to do with it. One of the most popular remarks heard
about the corridors was, "Obi a freshman, you might know!" '
Mr. Sun continued to watch the Newton freshmen. As the weeks rolled by, he saw many
changes. He watched the class being swept into a sea of politics. The class of 1933 elected
Richard Mclildowney, Robert Dunn, Betty Buttrick, and Caroline Ray for the respective offices
of president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer. They chose the following executive com-
mittee: Clara Cummings, Carl Goodwin, Ellen Weston, Herbert Bray, Shirley Dutton, and
The wind whistled in the ear of Mr. Sun and said, "I am sure this class is establishing a
reputation in athletics. They have done well in basketball, tennis, track, and hockey. I have
cooled their sweating brows on the field and in the gymnasium. The girls' hard efforts resulted
in a good showing in the Girls' Gym Meet. They Worked hard against the upper classmenf'
One cold, winter morning, Mr. Sun peered into the assembly hall and saw several freshmen
taking part in a Christmas play that was given to members of the freshman and sophomore
classes. On another day he saw the entire class assemble to enjoy a fine program on "Anti-
Bumming Rides," arranged by a freshman civics class.
Mr. Sun continues his daily journey across the sky. He has learned a great deal about the
freshman class. He feels sure that during this first year they have made the grade, and he hopes
to see them traveling along a new road next fall that will carry them into their sophomore year.
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IIE Newton Iligh School Associates act through the Legislature, as a body to make laws
governing the school activities, such as giving financial aid to clubs. supervising civic activ-
ities. music. dramatics, athletics. and the school publications. As each home room has delegates
in the Legislature, every member of t.he student body is represented. The meetings are held on
the VVednesday following the marking period. thus causing no conflict with other activities.
The Legislature has been quite active this year. It has taken steps to improve conditions in
the lunchroom and has bought arm bands for the lunchroom officials.
The Associates have taken over the management of the lost and found department. The
charter of theVCamera Club and the revised charter of the Commercial Club have been accepted
by the Legislature. In March. the problem of student supervision in the study halls arose. A
committee was appointed to wnfer wit.h Mr. Palmer or Mr. Elieker regarding the matter.
Still other projects towards which the Associates directed their attentions were. the raising
of money for Christmas dinners for needy families, and the preservation of the grounds about the
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President, NELSON BELL Secretary, BIARGARET LENNOX
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is HE Newton chapter of the National Honor Society, with the able guidance of Miss Edith M.
Rideout, faculty adviser, has completed its fourth year. Every year, from the upper 2591, ,
of the senior class and the upper ISCE of the junior class, the faculty selects as members those
pupils who in their eyes best demonstrate the qualities of character, leadership, scholarship, and
service. The society is distinctly not a social organization, its purpose is to confer a reward upon
E the most deserving members of the school. It is the Phi Beta Kappa of High School.
2 , At its first meeting in t.he fall. the following ollicers were elected: Nelson Bell, presidentg
- Eleanor Bingham, vice-presidentg Margaret Lennox, secretaryg Harry Colony, treasurer. Miss
Hideout explained the purpose and aims of the club.
3 1 At an assembly of the sophomore and junior classes on April 23, t.he newly chosen members
were inducted into the society with the usual ceremonies.
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NDEB the leadership of VV. Philip Giddings, as editor-in-chief, and Mr. Lester E. Vlfilliams, ' f?
at as faculty adviser, the eighth volume of the Newtonite has been successfully brought to a 11
close. It has fulfilled its two objects: that of furnishing an accurate news service to every depart- 3
ment of the school, and to provide an outlet for all creative writing and manifestations of student EY
opinion. Its standard, as one of the most carefully made of the country's school newspapers has f
also been retained. f
The Newtonite has covered every important event which occurred during the school year. f
Clubs, faculty, athletics, dramatirs, and all other phases of school life were handled by a competent
staff. The literary and editorial pages were both made interesting by a great variety of content. f
Newtonite charms, which are awarded to those who have done exceptional service for the f
Newtonite, were presented to the following pupils at an assembly in May:
W. Philip Giddings Lillian F. Wright
Samuel Vliilkinson Herbert lllcliinney
Helen R. Brooks Marion Mason
Donald Briggs Nelson C. Bell
John Morris Ftosamond Bowen ' 5
Ellen J. Cooley Edward J. 0'Bricn
Gertrude Meade Chester Tudbury
Mary Jane Railsbaek Clay Lewis
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The Orange Book
jj Faculty Adviser, CAROLINE M. DOONAN Editor-in-Chief, ARCHIE C. LICKILLOP 5
5 HE Orange Book is published annually by the Junior Class under the supervision of the Asso-
if ciates with Miss Doonan as faculty adviser. Although this school manual was originally
L, , Each year a new feature is addedg in the 1929-'30 issue this took the form of an article from the
guidance department on good school citizenship. A copy of the constitution of the High School
3 Associates and all rules concerning parking, attendance, lunchroom, eligibility, and the like are 2
3 other important items. - ?
Those interested in clubs will find a complete list of organizations together with a brief
if f account of the aims and activities of each. There is also a school calendar giving the dates for such 'xi
1 events as class dances, motion pictures, parties, and plays.
? Of interest to the athletic minded will be the account of each sport, the lists of letter-winners,
E Next year's editor is Bronius Balkus, and a publication wort.hy of past records may well be 2
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J UDITH ANDRESS
VIRGINIA Cos'rEI,I,o. Editor
llEI.EN IJRUOKS. Edilur
JOHN C. RICHMOND
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KATHLEEN ANDREWS, Edilar
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"The Goose Hangs High"
IIE ever-looked-forward-to Senior Play was presented on December 11th and 12th by a
talented group of young actors coached by Mrs. Blanche Bemis.
ltlargaret Lennox and Charles Barry played the appealing roles of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Ingals, as though they had been married for years. Their admirable acting brought. tears to the
eyes of manyg tears which. however, quickly gave way to the delightful comedy of the college
twins enacted by Louise Hawkes and Richard Wales. Willetta Mosser, as the easily and fre-
quently shocked grandmother, could not have been better had she stepped from the pages of the
book itself. The self-sacrificing young lovers, portrayed by Robert VVarfield and Maude Chase,
played their parts sincerely and zealously. Elizabeth Stidger, as the wealthy woman who hated
the "bother" of Christmas, and Donald Bischoff, as her much sheltered son, were wholly realistic.
Harry Colony readily became a politician seeking social prestige: Wlebb Vtiright, a bullying
councilmang Frederick Burton, an old family friendg and Lillian Norton, a genuine maid.
Doctor Land and his committees are to be heartily congratulated for their able manage-
ment of the rather boresome, but necessary, business end of the proposition.
Altogether, the play was a huge success, enthusiastically acted and immensely enjoyed.
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English Club V
Presidenl, Donoruv ELLIS Secretary, LOUISE IIAWKES
Vice-President, ELEANOR BINGHAM Treasurer, I'I.umY COLONY
ITH Mr. Samuel Thurber as faculty adviser and a large membership, the English Club
started early in the fall on a very successful year. At tl1e first meeting the following officers
were chosen: president, Dorothy Ellis, '30g vice-president, Eleanor Bingham, '30, secretary, Louise
Hawkes, '30g treasurer, Harry Colony. '30.
During the year the club was fortunate in securing three very fine speakers. Mr. Hersey,
professor of English at Harvard, spoke to us on the "History of the Theatre." Mr. Whiting
spoke most interestingly on the "Forcefulness of Writing." At a later meeting a very well known
lecturer, Mr. Stoddard, talked on L'Personalities I Have Known."
Several other interesting programs have been carried out, including playlets by members,
a book-title contest, and a most enjoyable talk by our own Miss Richardson, on her trip to the
The club voted to give ten books to the library, which were selected by Miss Bigelow working
with an appointed Committee.
The annual Prize-Speaking Contest under the auspices of the English Club was held on the
evening of March twenty-first in the auditorium. Cynthia Jump received the girl's cup for the
prize-speaking, while Charles Leach won the b0y's cup. The successful authors were William
Shea, for the essay, and Ruth Mattox, for the poem. Mr. Richards presented charms to members
of the Newtonite staii' who had done exceptional work.
The last feature on the program was a short play entitled "Richman, Poormanf' Mrs.
Bemis was the coach. The two leads were taken by Mariada Comer and Charles Oloott. This
most successful program was presided over by the president, Dorothy Ellis.
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Presidenl. EMMoNs Bnowxv , S4-crelary, Barn' Tucluza
- Vice-Presidenl, IsAaEL WVHITE Treasurer, Ihmu' COLONY
HE Drama Club has just completed its sixth successful year under the Competent direction of
the faculty adviser, Miss Louise Wetherbee. The club ollicers elected at t.he first meeting
were the following: Emmons Brown, president., Isabel White, vice-presidentg Betty Tucker, secre-
tary: Harry Colony. treasurer.
The most outstanding accomplishment this year was the club's annual production, Clyde
Fitch's historical drama, "Nathan Hale," which was presented on March 7 and 8, Donald Bischoff
admirably portrayed the patriotic hero and Martha Lander, the "soldier's sweetheart." Other
outstanding characters were interpreted by Isabel White, Marjorie Morse, Cynthia Jump, Donald
Briggs, and Edward Smith.
Isabel White, chairman of the November meeting. coached a short, yet thought provoking,
one-act play of Milne, entitled, "Boy Come Home." In December, Miss Wetherbee spoke on
"The Little Theater Movement," and "Drama in the High School."
The Drama Club presented "A Maid of France" for all members of clubs on December 20.
This one-act play about two soldiers and the statue of Jeanne d'Arc was exceedingly well done.
The meeting for January was under Allen Hymer's direction, and he ably coached and presented
"The Boer," a one-act farce. At the same meeting, Arthur Williams displayed his talents by put-
ting on an original skit, assisted by William Loud. The club was extremely fortunate in securing
Mr. Phidelah Rice to speak in February. Richard Wales and Hannah Bond were in charge of
the April and May meetings respectively.
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Cnnnnss SPAULDING, Conductor
Robert Holi' man
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E Josephine Curtin Virginia Lambert Clendenning Smith
2 Malcolm Currier Helen Landry Theodore Timbee
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Direclor, CHARLES SPAULDING
Drum Majors, Emzsaaru ELLIS, B.mB.xaA Lrvsnmoms
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President, EDMUND HAWES Secrelarjv, ELIZABETH H.kLLIDAX'
Vice-Presidcnl, Donorur HUNTER Treasurer, lVlAR'l'HA LANDER
HE Camera Club claims the distinction of being the only new club organized in the High
School this year.
Its purpose is to help those students who are interested in Camera work, by increasing their
knowledge and skill in this part.icular lield.
The club was organized with a charter membership of twelve. Shortly after its organization
a campaign was begun which increased the membership to twenty-tive. This makes a rather
creditable showing for a club now three months old.
The meetings of the Camera Club are held on the second Thursday of each month in room
329. with Mr. Sterling L. Williams as faculty adviser. At one of the earlier meetings the following
oliicers were elected: Edmund Hawes. '32, president: Dorot.hy Hunter, '30, vice-president: Eliza-
beth Halliday, '30, secretary: and Martha Lander, '30, treasurer.
The monthly snap shot contests ol' the club, have created considerable interest and enthu-
siasm. During January the contest. was on "Seasonal Pictures." snow scenes and the like, and was
won by Dorothy Hunter. '30. The February contest was on "Historical Pictures" and was won
by Harrison Carlson, '30.
The present. interest of the club is centered on the development of a scenario. Perhaps movie
stars Wit.h a national reputation may come from this new lmdertaking of the Newton High School's
Camera Club. Who knows?
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President, SAMUEL D. VVILKINSON Serreiarjv, ELEANOR ITORTON
Vice-President, ELIZABETH FARNUM Treasurer, JAMES BENSON
A meeting the following officers were elected: president, Samuel D. Wilkinsong vice-president, E
Elizabeth Farnumg secretary. Eleanor llortong treasurer, James Benson. An entertainment EE
52 the club very interesting meetings in the way of plays, spelling contests, and fun. On the seven- E
? e teenth of January an amusing play was given with Gordon Linberg, Margaret Halfrey, and Hoy 2 g
5 doctor, El Senor Quevedo, who spoke on Guatemala. his native country. . 5
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much to increase his knowledge of Spanish. - :E
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The Commercial Club
Presidenl, ANNE1'rI-: ROY Secrelarjv, YVILLIAM HOGAN
Vice-Presidenl, Cizciua ROMAN Treasurer, lvll-ILVIN BECKEB
HE Commercial Club being a business club. is composed only of juniors and seniors in the
if business division. The aim of this club is to stimulate special interest. in business. if
5 The following oihcers were chosen at the first meeting: president, Annette Royg vice-president, ?
Cecilia Romang secretary, William Hogang treasurer, Melvin Beckerg publicity manager, Daniel
interesting moving picture on "Power" was shown. The club was very fortunate in securing for '
its next meeting Mrs. Schofield, Assistant Attorney-General of Massachusetts. The subject of
ee 1 her talk was How to Win. At our March meeting, Miss Barnard of the Brookline High School
ef Y gave a very instructive talk on how to get the right start and how to budget personal accounts. 5
The last meeting was a farewell party to the seniors.
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, 7, At the second meeting, the by-laws of the club, which had been revised, were read, and a very
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Home Economics Club
President, NATALIE SMITH Secretary, Aars HART
Vice-President, LOUISE TROSVBBIDGE Treasurer, HELEN BRIDGE
HE ollicers of the Home Economics Club for this year were: president, Natalie Smith,'31g
vice-president, Louise Trowbridge, '31g secretary, Aris Hart, '30g treasurer. Helen Bridge, '30g
chairman entertainment committee, Janice Stange, '30,
In January, a group of girls visited t.he kitchens and broadcasting rooms of the Hotel Statler.
Another outstanding event was a children's party given at Christmas time. One of the most
interesting meetings was a talk on "The Life of the Indian Girl," given by a missionary. The
mothers were invited. and tea was served. The last meeting was given in the form of a fashion
show, with the girls of the Brookline High School club as guests.
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Vice-President, JAMES GBIFFITH Secretary and Treasurer, HERBERT NVALLEY
HE first meeting of the Aviation Club was held in November at which time officers
pro-tem were chosen. Arnold Seligman was selected for president, and Harry Gray for
secretary. Herbert D. Tinker, the club adviser, explained the purpose of the club.
At the December meeting, Mr. Tinker presented an interesting talk on some of his flying
experiences, and Arnold Seligman gave an illustrated talk on the theory of flight. Before the club
adjourned, plans were made to secure a booth in the Boston Aero Show to show the members'
models and so excite a greater interest in the club. In January new officers were elected: president,
Arnold Seligmang vice-president, James Griffith, and secretary-treasurer, Herbert W alley. James
Griihth gave a talk on gliders.
At the February meeting the club discussed model airplanes and scheduled a contest for the
next meeting. Mr. Tinker gave a talk on airplane carriers and told some of his experiences in
bombing and gunning with the navy.
In March, Verne Frost brought in plans for a compressed air-driven model which were
discussed by the club. A
The Aviation Club is one of the most popular of the newer clubs. Since it deals with such a
"live" subject much is expected of the club in the future years.
The Stage Committee
Faculty Supervisors, RAYMOND A. GREEN, CHARLES PETERSON
NE of the most important organizations of Newton High School is the stage committee.
In all activities in any way connected with the use of the stage, this committee plays a most
Out of one hundred candidates for membership on this committee, the seven following were
chosen for the year 1929-303 electrician, Ernest Anginog WVinthr0p Lewis, Nelson Bell, George King,
Morton Kimball. Franklin Thompson, Susanne Elwell, and Virginia Costello. These people were
under the able direction of Raymond A. Green, with Charles Peterson as assistant.
When moving pictures are shown Mr. Peterson has full charge of the machine, as a licensed
operator is required.
In all the plays given by the various organizations, the stage committee is very diligently
working behind the scenes to make such performances successful. This group deserves much
praise for the capable and efficient way in which it has accomplished this year's tasks.
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Alpha Beta 1929-1930
President, BARBARA Bunn Secrelary. ANNE KENDALL
V ice-President, Davin NICKILLOP Treasurer, JOHN GALLAGHER
HIS year, at the suggestion of Mr. Richards, the faculty adviser, Alpha Beta was again divided
into four groups, each of which studies a particular phase of English work. The aim of the
club is to provide an int eresting and instructive program which will prepare its members for the
activities of the Senior English Club, and which will also permit those interested to extend their
knowledge beyond the possibilities of class room work. These divisions are: Chivalry, in charge
of Mr. Rinkerg Public Speaking, under Miss Lee: Creative VVrit.ing, under Miss Leathersg Creative
Reading, with Miss Wentworth.
At our first meeting in October, the following ollicers were selected: president, Barabra Burr,
'32g vice-president, David McKillop, '33, secretary, Anne Kendall, '32: treasurer, John Gallagher.
'33. Each month the business meeting is followed by group discussions, and very frequently
with an entertainment or refreshments, In December, the club attended the play, "A Maid of
France," presented by the Drama Club, while in February, a very novel and interesting party
took place in the Library. On January fifteenth, the finals of the Prize-Speaking Contest. annually
sponsored by Alpha Beta. were held in the Assembly hall, and books bearing the new club book-
plate were presented to Phoebe Coombs and Harold C. Banks. Early in April, the Chivalry group
undertook a special project, an exhibit illustrating the progress this division has made with its
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Vice-Presidenl, PHEOBE COOMBS Treasurer, JOHN MAI.LEY
S the freshman-sophomore Drama Club had no olficial title, the members decided to adopt
gee as their name the "Neophytes" which means the "beginners," because they feel they are E
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- decreased because of the eligibility ruling, but the try-out committee held other trials and the
membership increased to thirty. The officers were as follows: Thurman Philoon, president: .E
2 Phoebe Coombs, vice-presidentg Marion Willard, secretaryg John Malley, treasurer.
The "Neophytes" made their first appearance on the stage at the Christmas assembly, when
ii they gave a play entitled "The Enchanted Christmas Tree" by Percival Wilde. "Spreading the S
News" and "A Night At an Inn" were 'two of the one-act plays given at the regular meetings. "The se
Admirable Crichton" was read to provide entertainment at some of the meetings and the club
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Presidenl, MARY STEPHEN Secrelargv, ELEANOR BINGHAM
Vice-Presidrnl. NIAUDE CHASE Treasurer, Dononn' ELLIS
HE Library Club, formed seven years ago for girls interested in library work, has an enroll-
ment of twenty-five girls. fifteen seniors and ten juniors, chosen principally for their high
scholarship. The system of performing the various duties necessary in the library has been changed
somewhat this year. Instead of devoting study-period time alone to these tasks, some time has
been set aside at the beginning of each meeting for everyone to help Miss Gladys Bigelow, the
librarian and club supervisor. by doing such things as checking off books, stamping and arrang-
ing periodicals, filing slips, pasting and clipping items for the bulletin boards, and placing and
arranging books on the shelves, checking over due books and various other things.
The Library Club has met every second Thursday in each month this year. At each meet-
ing, after the accomplishment of various duties, the club has held a business meeting, after which
there has been a social meeting with refreshments. The February meeting was in the form of
a Valentine Party, with various valentine games, prizes, and refreshments. On April 5 the
club went to see the Stratford-on-Avon Players in "Romeo and Juliet."
This year's oflicers were: Mary Stephen, presidentg Maude Chase, vice-presidentg Eleanor
Bingham, secretaryg Dorothy Ellis, treasurer.
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The Traffic Squad
N the fall of 1929, members of t.he Class of 1930 were asked to join the traffic squad. A squad
was formed in Building 1 with Charles NV. Peterson as faculty adviser and Mason H. Stone
and Harry S. Colony as student officers. Daniel F. Koughan was the faculty adviser and William
J. Bell was the captain of the squad in Building 2.
Samuel I. Wilkinson, Emmons B. Brown, James M. Benson, Charles C. Barry, Robert L.
Kenngott, and John B. Richmond were appointed by the Civics Board as inspectors to see that
traffic conditions were favorable at all times in the buildings and to offer suggestions for improve-
ment.. These officials were carried over to this year and Mason H. Stone was added as an in-
With the excellent advice of Mr. Peterson and Mr. Koughan, the squad was completely
reorganized and many changes and improvements were made in the traffic rules. The Civics
Board adopted a new insignia. consisting of an orange arm band with black initials. This insignia
was made for the officials and members of the squad by the girls of Miss Maude M. Shippee's
This fall new wphomore and junior members were elected to fill in the vacancies left by
the seniors. The Building 1 squad was captained by Robert W. Robinson wit.h Bolton Wilder as
lieutenant.. The captain and lieutenant of Building 2 were William E. Halliday and Albert H.
Guzzi respectively. Under their leadership, this year's squad has done very efficient and com-
An efficient, reliant. and self'-governed traffic squad is a necessary factor in the life of
Newton High School. Since the squad has been formed the number of persons late to classes
has been considerably diminished due to the alleviation of crowded traffic conditions in the
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N DER the careful and ellieient direction of Lucius P. Jones, general supervisor of the lunch-
room, the lunch squad was completely reorganized during the first part of the year.
Its object is to maintain order and t.o make the lunchroom a clean and healthy place in
which to eat.
- The squad is composed of twenty members and seven ofiicers who are: Nelson Bell, Mason
Stone, VVilliam Baxter, Samuel Viiilkinson, George King, Clarence Quinn. and VV alter Abbott.
Through the medium of the legislature, a privilege was extended to the entire student body
while in the lunchroom. so that now those who desire to go out-of-doors after eating are allowed
a five-minute period before the end of the lunch period.
Another feature inaugurated this year is the five-minute privilege extended to the officers,
and made possible through the co-operation of the facility with the ofiicers. In order that t.he
oilicers may he on duty the entire lunch period, they are allowed to leave their classes five minutes
earlier so that they may eat and be ready when the rush begins.
The regulations of the lunchroom this year approach uniformity, thereby making for greater
efficiency. The lunch-squad insignia is different from that of last year, being modeled after the
traffic squad arm bands, but with a black backgrolmd and orange letters.
Much of the success of the squad is due to the wonderful co-operation of the student body
and to the faithful support of the teachers in charge.
It is hoped that the members of next year's squad will work with as much zeal and sense of
responsibility as those of this year with the purpose of making Newton High Scl1ool's lunchroom
a source of pride both to the school and to the city.
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HE call for candidates for the 1929 football season brought forth many boys desirous of repre-
senting the school. Newton's chances, however, were slightened by a new ruling which
deprived the team of several of the best men.
The initial game was lost to the powerful Malden lligh eleven by a 19-0 score. This was the
first victory ever registered by the Blue and Gold at Clafliu Field. The spectacular play of Captain
Fishman of Malden featured the game. The home team made a brilliant comeback in their first
League game, crushing the light Cambridge Latin team 13-6. Cambridge made their only score
on the opening kick-OH. On Columbus Day, Newton and Everett battled to a scoreless tie.
Although the teams were very evenly matched the Garden City line was at all times vastly superior
to the Red and Blue. On October 19th, Quincy came from behind in the closing minutes of the
game to tie the apparently stronger Grange and Black. Captain Fred Schipper and "Art."Boughan
starred for Newton, while Halloran of Granite City was the individual star of the game.
Playing at Dilboy Field, the weighty Somerville aggregation won a MP0 verdict on the following
Saturday. Edgar Moore and Gordon Linberg did yeoman work in stopping the hard hitting
The next game found Newton overwhelmed by Medford, the decision being 22-0. Spellnian
of the opponents scored three touch-downs. Through several disastrous fumbles Newton suc-
cumbed to the smooth working Rindge outfit by a 14-7 count. "Honk" Furden and Phil Layton
were the spark-plugs of several promising drives. On November 19th, came the VValtham game.
The Watch City machine ran roughshod over the visitors 26-6. "Feet" McCarthy's memorable
single handed soore prevented a shutout. The objective game with Brookline resulted in a rather
disappointing 0-0 tie.
Three of the tea1n's luminaries Elrod, Boughan, and Captain Schipper were voted berths on
the Honorary All-Suburban Eleven. Looking forward to 1930, we can not help but be optimistic
with Harold Strombom as captain and several letter men returning.
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Conch, Dr. Usvar Xlartin
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lamb. After a period of warm weather. the Greater Boston League went into action at the
Boston Arena, and Newton looked like the best team present. defeating Belmont., 3-0. Walter
Billings tallied all three goals of the opening game, and his rink-long rushes were a feature of the
team-play at every clash. '
At the Boston Garden in a night contest, Arlington won from Newton, 2-0. Fred Schipper
played a great game. but lack ol' co-ordination undid his best efforts, Andover Academy was the
next victor by a last minute score on a shot from mid-ice. Then the team rallied to defeat VVoburn,
2-1, Stoneham, 1-0, and Cambridge Latin. 2-0, in three consecutive games. Dick Kelley did all
the scoring in the latter two games. The team took possession of second place in the League by
shutting out Rindge Tech, 1-0. and then defeated Boston High School of Commerce by a -1-2
count. The next game went to St.. Mark's at Southboro, 3-0.
In the f'u'st game of the Round-Robin series, Melrose High had little trouble in shutting out
the Garden Cit.y sextet., 5-0. The boys showed no ill effects on Saturday, for they turned back the
strong St. John's Prep aggregation, 4-2. The team reached its best form during this game. New
Prep School was defeated at Bullough's Pond, largely due to the efforts of Captain Schipper. In
the second series contests, Newton won from Arlington in a sizzling set-to, while Melrose downed
Harvard Freshmen won a fast game by a 3-0 count, in the Boston Garden two days prior
to t.he series finals. The last outdoor game was won by English High, 1-0 at Bullough's Pond.
In the finals of the series, the team dropped a disappointing 2-0 game to Stoneham High's alert
In an important meeting of the League at the close of the season, it was decided to shorten
schedules and to revise the method of playing oll' the schedule. Henceforth, the teams will
each play seven games outdoors and seven in the Boston Garden.
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that overwhelmingly crushed a strong Milton Academy aggregation, was not thc one that went.
through most of the season drinking the dregs of defeat. ln the first two games the team did not
work in unison. and consequently were downed to the tunes of 36-10, and 37-7, by Natick and
VVatertown. In the third encounter the team rose to its highest peak, and subdued Milton by a
score of 27-10. Following this, Revere and Wakeheld were vict.orious by scores of 19-10, and 2249.
Lady-luck frowned when a lucky shot in an overtime period enabled Somerville to nose out our
warriors, this time, by a 25-23 count. Then the ineligibilities and injuries began to play their
part, and Rindge, Cambridge, and Everett succeeded in winning two games apiece. In the return
contest with Somerville, the Orange and Black made a great bid for victory, but again went down
fighting. Mass. Nautical was then returned victorious, and in the finale, the Newtonians were
bested by the Cantabs. by a score of 36-26. Considering the unusually strong opposition and the
obstacles which handicapped the team, Coaches Green and Simmons did very well, and deserve
a world of praise for their efforts. Captain McCarthy and Seaver were deadlocked for high-scoring
honors each accounting for 52 points. The Varsity men were Captain McCarthy, Seaver, Scholl,
Blair, Bosworth, Elrod, Doucette, Bailey, and Chipman.
The second team, which will be next year's Varsity, was very successful, in that it won seven
games, and lost three by one and two point margins. The members were: Gilian, Patterson,
L. McCarthy, Leone, Vassalotti, Dyer, Jones, and Gorgone.
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Caplain, Charles Hall
Illanager, Robert MacMullin
Coach, Donald G. Enoch
George VV. Bartlett
Robert S. Bell
Irving H. Fine
Milton G. Green
Albert H. Guzzi
Charles W. Hall
Walter J. Holmes
Donald M. Irwin
Richard F. Jarrell
Edward P. Olfutt
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EWTONS Indoor track team upheld the standards of previous years, winning every dual
meet. and standing among the high point scorers in the interscholastics. The season was
opened against Watertown. who was completely outc-lassed. The following week Newton
defeat-ed the strong Medford track team, -l-3-33 at the Boston Y. Nl. C. A. It was in this meet
that Holmes, one of the best sprinters to be developed at Newton in recent years, was discovered.
Country Day of Newton was the next opponent, and the Orange and Black won easily
Brookline, our old playmates next invaded our ancient. barn, in the first half of the annual
home and home meet.. Newton took eight tirst places, swept three events and piled up a total
of 5726 while the Red and Blue garnered 1936.
Medford won the Northeastern Interseholastics, held annually at the Boston Y. M. C. A.
Although the Orange and Black sunk Medford in a dual meet earlier in the season, the best
Newton could do was to take third place. with Malden placing seoond.
Brookline made a very credible showing in the second half of the home and home meet,
but Newton's lead was too great to be surmounted. '
The B. A. A. Interscholastics were next on the schedule which games should be called the
Prep Games, five of the six highest point scorers being of the latter class. The feature of t.his
meet from a Newton standpoint was the relay race between Brookline and Newton. in which
Charlie Hall, running anchor, made up t.welve yards against Brigham to win hy a yard.
The final meet was the St-ate Meet. in which Newton placed fifth. Boston English, one of
the dark horses, ran away with the meet.
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year at.op the Suburban League. Captain Perry Elrod, outfielder. was the only veteran,
and seasoned pitchers were the greatest. need of the squad: Coach John L. Sullivan has built up
a fairly steady nine which shows promise.
The season was opened with a few informal games with the alumni and Wellesley High,
however, no remarkable showing was made by the varsity. The opener for the regular schedule
played against VVest Warwick High from Rhode Island. was a real victory for Newton, the Orange
and Black running up an ll-5 score. Bob Dalton fanned eleven of the visitors before he was
relieved in t.he 8th inning.
VVoburn High, Mystic League champs since 1927 were defeated 5-2 by a big 8th inning rally
for Newton. when the Garden Cit.y outfit put across three runs. George Bennett featured with
a three-base hit. Everett defeated us 5-0. The Cambridge Latin game brought another defeat.
to Newton, 5-l. Brockton High came with a fast club and won easily ll--1. Less easy to swallow
was a -1-2 loss to Brookline. Boston College High were t.he next visitors. and imtil Perry Elrod
reached fu'st on a hunt in the 8th inning, it was a no-hit game against Newton. The Baal count
was Boston College High School, 139 Newton. 4. However, all's well that ends well. and three
days later the boys turned and walloped Somerville for u I0-2 League victory. Another non-
League game went to Malden, T-l.
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ROSS-COUNTRY Running made a strong bid for attention in its Newton High debut last
fall. After a short period of training, the boys went to Arlington and lost by a 35-38 margin,
Charlie Hall took first place for Newton, followed by Vincent Signore and his brother Agostino in
3rd and 6th places respectively. Bill Young took 7th with a spirited dash to the finish, while Clilf
Benoit, running entirely without training or experience, was unable to finish. Inasmuch as Cross-
Country is one of Arlington's foremost sports, the boys were credited with a great piece of work.
In the Harvard Interscholastic Cross-Country Run on November 2nd, the team pulled 6th
place in a field of nineteen schools. Vincent Signore was Newton's low scorer, arriving in 15th
place. Charlie Hall had trouble on the second lap, but rallied to take 24th. Agostino Signore
plodded home 30th, and Bill Young was 38th. Newton's other finishers were: Jack Crossette,
Gordon Sidebotham, and Cliff Benoit. The team ended its big day by watching the Harvard-
Florida football game from the stadium roof, at the expense of the Harvard A. A.
Vincent Signore carried on in a post-season triumph at the National A. A. U. Cross-Count-ry
Championship Run at New York City. Vin was 18th man at the finish. and his score was
indispensable in his club's winning the team trophy.
Varsity letters were awarded to the following Cross-Country men: Charlie Hall, Vincent
Signore, Agostino Signore. William Young, and Jack Crossette.
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EWTON'S Golf Team has been on a par with the teams of the past few years, winning six
E matches and losing three. The season was inaugurated with Arlington defeating the Orange
il and Black, 6-3. The next match was held on April 24 wit.h New Prep at the Commonwealth 2
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E - eome the Orange and Black, the latter winning 5-4. The next matrh was with New Prep, whom
2 Newton set down to the tune of 55 to 32.5.
May 5 saw Newton defeat Brockton 8-1 at the Albemarle Club course. On the twelfth
Wellesley again faced Newton, this time at Charles River, but the Orange and Black again won V E
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2, the team. The teanfs record this vear has been very good despite the loss of William Donnelly,
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HE season tlms far in tennis has been especially suvcessful. All the League games on the
schedule have resulted in victories for the net men. But two reverses were sustained, these 23
being to Andover, by a score of 8-1 and Milton Academy by an 11-2 count. The Newton vie-
tories were as follows: Malden, 5-43 Country Day, 7-23 Everett, 3-23 Cambridge Latin, 3-09 gs
and Brookline, 7-2. The players, responsible for such an impressive record are: Captain Chase, ge
Dunnell, Hall, Jarrell, Giddings, Haug, Billings, Lawrence, Sharp, and Brennon. In the match is
at Milton Academy, Bancroft, Jump, and Ashley were used.
Coach VVendell F. Smith deserves a world of credit for the manner in which he has brought
his team to the peak. Prospects for next year seem to be good, for there will be a number of
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and Hfty strong. The classes were organized into several teams which played within their
own classes to decide who were superior and to whom numerals should he given. Class teams were
chosen with lilargaret Fletcher, captain of the sophomores, Catherine lylartin of the juniors, and
Natalie VVeleh of the seniors.
The first game at Vilellesley with but a day of practice preceding it. was a disastrous one for
the junior and senior teams, but the sophomores came throughlwith a well-deserved victory,
25-8. Newton next entertained Needham. The juniors had recovered from the shock they had
received at the hands of Wellesley and won the game, 21-11. The sophomores repeated their
brilliant performance with a 22-3 victory but the seniors again suffered defeat. Watertown
thwarted all efforts on N ewton's part to win, although it was with difficulty they defeated the
proficient sophomores. For the final interscholastic meeting the three teams traveled to XValtham,
where Newton played the best basketball of the season. The seniors lost aelose game, however,
the sophomores again showed their superiority, easily taking their struggle by a 30-6 score. The
juniors lost by one point, 22-21.
The prospects are very bright for next year, when the training, which Miss Peterson has given
this year, will effect its greatest influence.
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spite of the fact that there was only one veteran player on the girls' field hockey team t.hey
had a fairly successful season.
There were six games on the schedule hut unfortunately the anticipated encounter with our
fmcient rivals. Brookline lligh School. was called otl' because of snow. We won t.wo of the remain-
ing games, lost two, and tied Needham in the opening game. 1---t. while the second team won 2-0.
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games as the first team won 3-l, and the second team lost 1-0.
Newton surprised everyone by unleashing an inspired attack to hold Watertown Champions
1-2 and then defeated Waltham 2-l in a closely fought contest. at Waltham.
The alumnae game was one of the best matches in the season, both teams battled hack and
forth in freezing weather until the alumnae finally came from behind in the last. period to clench
t.he laurels 5-fl.
The All Boston Field llockey Association again held the annual try-outs for the selection of an
honorary all public and all private school teams. in Newton. There were 130 girls representing 35
schools on the Iield. Since only eleven girls are selected from the entire group it was a great honor
for Newton to have both Rena Spain and Natalie Welch in the public school contingent.
Approximately 21 t girls came out for class hockey in the afternoons.
Every candidate was given a chance to play on some team. each class having two or three
teams. This intra-mural schedule was played oll' with as mueh excitement and rivalry as the
outside games, the Juniors winning in t.he Junior-Senior division and the Sophomores capturing
the Freshman-Sophomore series.
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HE girls' tennis team chances for a good season are excellent for the following veterans have
I already reported: Capt. Helen Morgan, Ruth Chase, Helen Chase, Esther Turner, Marjorie
MorseQ and Grace Thompson. With this wealth of experienced material and other proficient
under classmen who are showing up well in the spring tournament, a championship team ought
to he the outcome.
The team will be composed of seven regulars and a substitute, of which there will be three
singles players and two doubles teams.
. A schedule of four matches has been arranged which is as follows: May 21, Arlington at Arling-
tong May 27, Watertown at Newtong June 2, Winchester at Vlfinchesterg June 10, Brookline at
The system instituted last year in running off the spring and fall tournaments which are open
to all girls in this school, was adopted as a regular event this year. There were no postponed
matches except in case of unfavorable weather and the players were on the courts at the appointed
time when they either played or defaulted. Those who came on Monday played each other until
the final round, as did the Wednesday group. The winners of each group played the other for
the championship. Grace Thompson and Helen Chase were the finalists in the fall tournament
as of last year. These two and the runners up are candidates for the team. A
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Voted by the Senior Class of 1930
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MARIADA COMEB D
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CHARLES BAR ll Y
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Boy most likely to succeed
Girl most likely to succecd
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CHARLIE CUNNIFF the famous scientist,
running his delicately manicured hands over his
brow turned to the phone and called up his famous
contemporary ALTHEA LUCELLA MAY HIS-
COE and requested her presence in 15 minutes.
Galvanized into action she bounced down the
stairs tripping over the gangly legs of Janitor Red
Connelly only to fall into the out-stretched arms
of the ever alert doorman, Charlie Leach. "Taxi,
taxi! bellowed Althea. "Right here lady," gurgled
Marshall' Hall, proprietor of the Open Air Taxi Cab
Co. Incorporated. "Bemis Naval Yard" wheezed
Althea. The taxi whirled oil' toppling Charlie
Barry oil' his soap box, where he had been attempt-
ing to sell "Giddings Pills for Giddy People."
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Speeding down Washington Street the taxi
came to a grinding stop at the shrill whistle of
SERGEANT MASON STONE, A. T. S., A. L. S.
Handing Marshall a ticke the muttered absent-
mindedly, "Name and home room number. Oh
fudge- Appear before JUDGE BRIGGS in
Newton District Court Monday at 9.30."
"Sorry, lady, but we'll have to stop at Bubbsy
Sholl's Cut Price Petroleum Emporium." Refueled,
the taxi chugged off, speeding around a corner they
came upon EMMIE BROWN resting from the
arduous labors of manicuring the asphalt.
Crash! l With a twist of the wheel to avoid
his old classmate, ltlarshall piloted the machine up
the front. steps and into the parlor of the nearest
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to rest in Bill Bell's fruit wagon. "Caramba!"
screamed William, rushing into Dot Bliss's Home
for Blind Mice while Marshall was engaged in
extricating himself from the wreckage of the once
beautiful taxi cab.
Willie grabbed the phone and squeeked for the
police. Across the wires floated operator Betty
Muther's boisterous tones- "Thank you," she
lisped, promptly connecting him with the Animal
Rescue League. Eventually the ambulance arrived
guided hy the one handed dexterity which charac-
terized Jimmy Benson's high school driving.
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was hoisted into the ambulance with the assistance
of Isabelle White, Esther Turner, and Betty Stidger
Soon she was at rest between clean white
sheets. The practiced hands of DONALD BIS-
CHOFF, the surgeon soon eased the patientfs
throbbing nerves. Recalling her destination, Althea
cried for a messenger boy. CHARLIE IIA LL, the
De Mar of Newton, sped forth with the missive to
explain to the scientist his friend's absence. The
iron legs of Charlie had weakened since high school
days and so, on reaching the street, with one foot
in the gutter, Charlie cocked his thumb in the
Lo and behold, a white haired patriarch. driving
by in a Chipnnan Six, slowed down and called out,
"Want a lift, Sonny?" Charles nearly swooned
on the spot for the words carrie from the mouth of the
High School's famous parliamentarian. Arriving at
Bemis, Charlie sped up the walk to the seientist's
home. The door was opened by his faithful
man-servant, "Friday" Burton. Ilshered before the
scientist., Charles informed him of the unfortunate
accident.. Zowiel The door flew open and "Friday"
screamed "Firel it's the hospital."
"Let it burn!" said Charlie. "We need a new
general direction of Bemis.
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V of the astounded messenger, the Duke of Bemis
Y' ' said "My boy, I shall allow you to be the Hrst to
, A witness this epoch-making event."
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A L L 5 5 mysterious appearing glass globe resting on a
1 I L velvet cushion. It appeared strangely like a magi-
' A, l G l eian's crystal. "In this bowl," said the Duke, "is
- 5 V- D a inaryelous-thought-sensitive fluid which I have
, ll I , 1" just perfected. To gaze into it and think of some
7...!l. A. ' T person you know immediately brings a picture of
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pearly liquid and there heforc him was dynamic Ed
Moore hroadeasting from the Metropolitan Health
Tower deep breathing. "1-2-3-ft. 1-2-3-sl. Close
your mouth and say 'Ah.' " Marion Mason was
assisting by pounding out. the "Sidewalks of New
York." In the living room of a farmhouse in
East Oshkosh was Eleanor Bingham, diligently
following t.he rlirertions given in the romantic tones
of our redoubtable diret-tor.
Through the valley of the Yukon rode Nelson
"tlet-your-man" Hellon the trail of "llit-and-Run"
"Wuxtryl Wuxtrylu howled llarry "Hyan-
Advertiseru Colony. "l'll have two, C. 0. D.."
answered Sue Elwell. wise eravking street. vendor '
of fresh violets.
The Bun 'linf Bros. Circus. MP1-anuts! Pea- '
nut.s!" bellowed peanut vender extraordinaire. Fred
Wing. Around the tan bark whirled .Maude Chase
balancing upon one ear on the trusty bark of old
Dobbin, while "Simon Legree' ED MARSIIALL
snapped his whip and wit.h a blarc of trumpets the
hand led by FRED MSUUSAH Sfllllljljlill burst
into martial music whieh heralded the entrance of
Dirk "Speedboat." Wales at. the head of his
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bur t. puncture-proof or otherwise he injured in the
wash-Fishy Hayes." cried annotmcer, Tom Mackin.
Enough! enough!" eried the astounded Charlie,
l'll have every newspaper in the country aware of
your feat, in an hour. This mighty machine will be
known from pole to pole."
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lrated his sleeping but. fertile mind.
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Lovable and Sweet" .
Happy Days" . . . .
"You've Got That Thing" .
I Have to Have You" .
"Ain't Misbehavin' " . .
I May Be VVrong" . . .
Sweeter Than Sweet" . .
You Do Something to Me"
How Am I to Known . .
"Sing You Sinners" .
"Putting on the Ritz"
Moanin' Low" . .
"A Cottage for Sale"
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Congratulations" . .
Keepin' Myself for You" .
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Bigger and Better Than Ever"
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A Newton Credo
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. Dick Wales
. . Mr. Palmer
. . School
. . Weezie Hawkes
. Helen Morgan
. Detention Room
. In Final Exams
. Sue Elwell
. Blue Cards
. Home lVork
. Student Body
. Senior Prom
. . After Vacation
. . . . N. H. S.
. . Any Monday Night
. . . To the Seniors
To Skip or Not To Skip
A Week Old Ham Sandwich
. . . . . Dot Bliss
. . . . All A's
. After Football
. Junior Girls' Gym
. . Mary Tufts
. "Bubs" Scholl
. . Jim and Faith
. . . . John Grist
. Taking C. E. E. B.
Nine out of ten high school students believe that:
The five-year course is designed for those who can't get through in four yearsg
Newton's faculty is equal to that of most. collegesg
A pupil and a scholar is the same thing:
Jam sandwiches are always labeled "Peanut butterf'
They could do better than the dub player if they had gone out for the teamg
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Colleges welcome Newton High School graduates with open armsg
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They must be on the honor roll at least three years to he in the National Honor Societyg
The Newtonite puts original jokes in the Junk Heapg
Members of the foot-ball squad get as good marks in January as in October:
The owners of collegiate Fords wouldn't exchange them for Rolls Roycesg
Seniors are sorry to leave dear old Newton High Schoolg
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5 1 Miss Biirdon forgetting the French homework?
Mr. Kidger digging holes in the lawn?
E 2' Althea Hisooe playing the dulcima?
3 Chester Tudbury forgetting to do his homework?
E f Harrison Carlson flunking an exam?
55 John Hodgkins acting normally? I
Eg Sue Elwell not giggling?
'-semis" Reynolds swimming the English channels
f'Tommie" White with the history prepared?
Fred Burton and Charles Barry not making speeches?
Don Briggs shouting in a loud raucous voice?
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Betty Muther not talking?
Ken Cady on time?
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X Tom Cannon bringing teacher an apple?
Harold Belmont doing the Spanish?
The Hall brothers walking to school?
Maude Chase and Louise Hawkes growing?
Mary Durbin passing her twenty-first birthday?
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5 Mr. Holmes not saying a word during history period?
Charlie Hall taking last place at a track meet?
Philip Giddings playing Lady Macbeth?
lilr. Argento forgetting his lunch?
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Favorite author ................ Shakespeare - Dickens
Favorite character of fiction . . Macbeth - Philo Vance
Favorite historical character . . . Lincoln - Napoleon
Most admired man . . . . . . Lindbergh - Hoover
Should women enter politics? . .,....... No
Favorite movie actor . . . Gary Cooper - Charles Farrell
Favorite movie actress .... . Greta Garbo - Janet Gaynor
Do you prefer stage or talkiesil ...... ....... S tage
Are school courses here too difficult? ..... . No
Do you consider accumulation of wealth, success? . ...... No
Are athletics over-emphasized in secondary schools? ...... ,..... N o
Favorite newspaper .............. Herald-Traveler - Globe
Favorite magazine .......... Saturday Evening Post - College Humor
Favorite book . . ....... Virginian - Bible
M Les Lund: Hllodgekins, you remind me of the fishing banks."
Hodgekins: "How come?"
Miss Lund: "You're always in a fog!"
Ed Smith: "Say. Hanscom. have you ever eaten at that new Hungarian Goulash shop?"
Hanscom: "No, where is it?"
Ed Sm ith: "On Stuart Street, right. next. to the Animal Rescue League."
Kennelh: "Why did you give up Math?"
Butler: "I got mad at the teacher."
Kennelh: "What for?"
Butler: "He said I cheated in an exam."
Kennelh: "Why didn't you make him prove it?"
Buller: "I didg that's what made me mad."
Jim: "May I kiss you?" .
Faith: "What do you think I'm waiting for, a trolley car?"
Scholl: "What happens when an irresistible womang -"
Mary T.: "Yes?"
Scholl: "Meets an immovable man?"
Mary: "There is no such thing."
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Why how do you do, Professor Wilkins? I haven't seen you for years. You say I left my coat at
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Jimmy Benson sal in a class
Jimmy Benson failed to pass
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Couldn't make Jimmy take Spanish again!
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' . Do you do any work during summer vacations? Well, that is -
What line? Same old one about loving her more than anyone else in the world
V What is your favorite course? Chicken 5. la King.
Do you intend to continue studying next year? Heh, heh, heh!
Mr. Mergendahl 'fillustrating a problemjz "And so if John gets half as close to Mary each
move, theoretically he will never reach her."
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Mr.: "How would you like to have a one-eyed husband?"
Mrs. "Certainly not."
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