Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)

 - Class of 1933

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'S H hmm' 'fu 9155? 152 dwvwuawa H HQ if .nga .. 'HJ' 1 .fa ma- 'iff-W'Wkg'MEQwf??1: v ' 2 . i s E s 2 S S L V 5 E a 5 5 e E E E M1 w M , m, ,w ,, WUH lM IIIMIIWHWHWWHHMM I of to t M mm E 5IINIIIII.IIIIII11NI1I.IIIMHH..m.m...w.....m......n.mm,......m...nw,.....w......1m...W....1u........m...,m...W,....mm...w......1W...-11.mlmu....mm.....,....................W....... n.....m..mmm..w.m.m....W.n.m.......,......w......w....m.....w......w... NEWTONIAN - 933 - E Annual of Newton High School E Newton, Massachusetts GY? Q E "VW VOLUME TWENTY-FOUR EDITED BY THE CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-THREE ' ' im,u.....v..,.....,...v....... A-?'1'I ' V - f 52?-i, " I ""1' lky Q xfffiff- 'g 1zf :gg , VUQI "'I' 1 14 ,5 'ik-L 3 4 ' ' I I :va I 755 if . A '1-E., . II I II N Two TIIIC SENIOR IIOMIC ROOM BUILDING -r- 'I -'wr"w- ' 'L-. V fi is we raw" ' i , K K K K E 1 :Ji u- ,,- 'f,1g!'fYf' 'K L " , lu-A vw' fi, wific- 'Ziff Milf '4KYV 4 K:5'?L9K.. mf . -I ii :ri 'Rf' -' ' : ::: ' , v5??'.::K 'R 'l-1 r ' " ' I . V- L ' . ' . "f ' V X 1: ff' Q x 'if 11, 21115:-1 f 3 -3 1-1 4 - ' eff it e M eff Ei flag isa. ' fa . .s 5" ' - - Nfflt. K ' N' 4'K5?f?'e'E.- 'T' f- -:::..1:L" ' Kf. wf ofv KK --K K' K. if xr ,ff 'X'x95fv'-5, -K KZ elm if . nf' N""5'F:-fflii' A . f1' .i2P1 7,5-T-5: sfiifpf Qesemaxia ,,.. if ,atf'3iff?f3f3--.iL"3fMQ?ix. Qs., FOREWCRD Class of1955 presents as its iionre- most project the twenty-fourth edition fgfb 0 f the uN'eWtonian.H The enormous amount of detail involved has heen effi- ciently can-emi for hy the loyal support of the stuclents and the faculty aclvisers. We thank them for their co-operation. Although there are many ciigressions from precedent in the composition of the hook, the general format will he founcl little changed. The reader, it is hoped, will this KlNewtonian7, a worthy souvenir of the Class and the year of 1955. THE EDITOR. H ewpiam Three ui- iw,-,,-f 1- EN g ,J If 14 'Y mfr' 'Q liv- P- .. 1-mm. lf, . - 5 V . 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Since any organization needs its leaders, we cast our votes for Richard McEldowney, Robert Dunn, Betty Buttrick, and Carolyn Raye as president, vice-president, Secretary, and treasurer, respectively. They appointed an executive committee including Clara Cum- mings, Karl Goodwin, Ellen Weston, Herbert Bray, Shirley Dutton, and Robert Ohler. A large percent- age of the voyagers joined the various club organizations, as well as taking an active interest in athletics. We then pulled up anchor. The next fall we sailed into our next port, Sophomore Landing, with eager hearts, in spite of' a pranc- ing rainstorm, for we were now better sailors. We first elected new officers to replace those who had faith- fully served their terms. The results at the election polls were: president, Robert Cottong vice-president, James Leachg secretary, Joseph Manningg treasurer, Stephen Bailey. Our officers chose the executive Eleven committee as follows: Marjorie Brown, David MacKillop, Richard McEldowney, Carolyn Raye, and Rosalind Bigelow. Although we were still joining new clubs, our great distinction was as athletes, for we had four men on the varsity baseball team, and several participants in intermediate and junior varsity football, hockey, and basketball. The girls, too, did their part, for they won second place in the gym meet. In spite of the fact that we held our dance on Friday, the 13th of February, it was a great success. We also had prominent speakers among us, namely: Virginia Kretschmar and Richard McEldowney, who won the Freshmen-Sophomore Prize-Speaking Contest. Time flew faster and we embarked for a larger port. We next tied our ship to its mooring at the Junior dock. At this time, Robert Bankart was our leader with Fredice Littlefield, vice-presidentg Jane Forte, secretaryg and Joseph Manning, treasurer. Our repu- tation as athletes steadily grew when Huston and Kevorkian made the varsity team in football. The girls, unwilling to be less honored than the boys, seized the soccer contest and had six members on the varsity field hockey squad. When winter sports came along, we found six boys on the varsity basketball team, while in the same sport, the girls had a most successful season by bowing to no defeats. The climax of the athletics for the girls was their victory at the gym meet. Our dance arranged by Rosalind Bigelow, Harry Diman, Jane Forte, Katherine Swenarton, Richard McEldowney, and Carol Bloom, took place with as much excitement as ever. At the Prize-Speaking Contest, Virginia Kretschmar and William Bit- tenbender secured the honors of first place. Later, glory went to Virginia Whitehead and Joanne Wyman for the first two prizes in The Newlonite Short Story Contest. According to a new system, we elected our officers for the ensuing year as follows: Warren Huston, president, Jack Purple, first vice-presidentg Roger Maynard, second vice-president, Jane F orte, secretaryg and Joseph Manning, treasurer. We concluded our trip for this year by choosing William Durbin and Roger Myrick as editor-in-chief and business manager of the Orange Book. The following season, we made our way toward our home ports with a new helmsman at the wheel, Mr. Paul E. Elicker. With rhythm in our bones, we started the social program of the year by featuring Norm Hill's orchestra. Later, the seniors with all the glory of the English aristocrats indulged in the comeback of Barrie's "The Admirable Crichton" with the more prominent parts played by Mary Hill, Constance Southgate, Barbara King, Jean Beach, Margaret Davy, Roger Maynard, Julian Barron, Robert Giddings, Kenelm Winslow, and Gordon Yarlott. Among the prominent personages of the well selected casts of the comedy, "The Royal Family," the Drama Club production of the year, from the senior class we saw Winnifred Clark, Virginia Kretschmar, Betty Bierer, Ruth Andress, Robert Robinson, William Bittenbender, and Frederick Claffee. The seniors were well represented in all the clubs with many of them serving their respective organizations as officers or on assisting committees. Karl Goodwin was elected by the National Honor Society, at an early fall meeting, to be its leader with Roger Maynard, Alice Burton, and Richard McEldowney holding the other offices. An outstanding attainment in athletics, was secured by Huston, who was captain of three varsity sports, namely, football, basketball, and baseball. In the girls' athletics, Barbara Phinney led the varsity hockey and also the senior basketball team, while Betty McCready was elected captain of the varsity basketball team. In the spring of 1932, Ralph Bixby was elected as editor-in-chief of The Newtonite, while Harry Walen led the Newtonian staff. At our prom, William Bailey was chairman and Jimmie Gahan's HUtopians" supplied the music. We, the voyagers, having completed this long difficult sail, have now reached the end of our senior year, prepared to graduate and then to separate, continuing on new seas, unaccompanied. Perhaps, we will meet our high school friends later on in life - this, time alone will tell, Twelve .. v- 1 - -H - ""' is -. me -- in ' , L ,' in - 3, H 45 -'-. st Y. eg. S .g,:J'W': we-mess. iii? 3 F , e.::T4:f-ffiiw or A it ' i ' : 1 .' 'f y - . fx: xg: m, BOSEMARY ABBEY 60 Charlmont St., Newton Highlands Rare compound of oddity,frolic andfun. Who relished a joke and rejoiced in a pun. Pat, Inflrn Pat: Born October 29, 1914: General: Emerson: Framingham: Social Studies Club, 1: Arch- ery, 1: To teach on Indian Reservation. PRISCILLA ALDEN 31 Williams St., Newton Upper Falls Her ancestors, so they say, Landed at Plvmouth Bay. Cilla, Priscil, Prossy: Born July 15, 1914: Office Training: Emerson: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3: Home Eco- nomics, 2: Baseball, 1, 2: To come to a street I don't have to cross. EMDEN FRITZ AFFLERBACH 17 Cross St., West Newton Business is business, and I'm a business man. Fritz: Born January 20, 1915: Business: Jamaica Plain High: Boston University: To be able to say that I am employed. EDGAR WILLIAM ALLEN, Jn. 20 Clyde Sl., Newtonville A paradox - a mighty muscle wielding a dainty brush. Bill, Will: Born July 16, 1914: Scientific: F. A. Day: Mass. Art School: Football, 2, Varsitg, 4: Track, 3, 4, 5: Newtonite Literary Staff, 5: ewtoniun Art Committee, 4, 5: Social Studies Club, 5: Senior Play Usher, 5: Art Cover Winner, 4: Outdoor Track, 5: Newtonian Picture Committee, 5: To live 'till l'm an old man or die in the attempt. MARY MARGARET AIIEARN 30 Perkins St., West Newton Always willing to allempl any task se! before her. Born August 28, 1913: Oflice Training: Levi VVarren: Outdoor Concert, 2: Sophomore Chorus: To be small. ROBERT KENNETH ALLEN 220 Tremont St., Newton Where woman is, there am I also. Bob, Al: Born November 25, 1914: Scientific: Bige- low: Bentley School of Accounting: French Club, 1, 3: Alpha Beta, 2: Junior Dance Committee. 4: Freshman Party, 1: Newtonite Staff, 5: Newtonian Staff, 2: Lunchroom Squad, 2: Traflic Squad, 1, 2, 3: To manage an international chain of hotels. EDWARD A. ALBEE 1058 Beacon St., Newton Centre Ile may be small, but hc can do much. Ed, Eddie: Born July 16, 1915: Business: Mason: To see the world. ADELINE ANDERSON 23 Gilbert St., Vllest Newton If silence were golden, She would be rich. Adie: Born August 20, 1914: Oflice Training: Levi Warren: Soccer, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Basketball Class Team, 2, 3, 4: Outdoor Concert, 3: Chorus. 3: l Track, 2, 3, 4: Gym Meet, 3: To outjump Miss Peter- ' son in basketball. Thirteen 'urs' ' , s ' ' ' E' 'KVV . ,--" 5 g i g ' Y' , ll ' " :.:, . " 'i' ' T 7 'f A fffh, 2i'f1Z2fE" 2, , 'Ziff 1,5 'L1,,,,,, 7,55 N . Eff" 1 . r' -1. 3" A V ' aff- -Q , l'7'fl ..-, ',,L 1 57: 7 ,-'., 9,5227 -Sq? Fourleen THOMAS MCDONALD ANDERSON 26 Sterling St., VVest Newton Slop lhe music, yolfw killed lhe king. Tom, Andy, Born April 1, 1016, Scientific, F. A. Day, Antioch, Football, 3, Lunchroom Squad, fig Social Studies Club, 4, Band, 3, Varsity Orchestra, 4, Senior Talent, 4, Cross Country, 4, To beat Isham Jones in a battle ol' music. HORACE LYMAN BACHELDER 40 Bridge St., Newtonville A moral, sensible, well-bred man. Bach. Hoil, Born .Iune 18, 1915: Scientific, Provo, Utah, Dartmouth, French Club, 2, Lunchroom Squad, 5, To raise Mallards until three score and ten, RUTH ANDRESS 67 Clyde St., Newtonville ,Tis good-nalure only wins Ihr, henrl. Ruthie, Rufus, Andy, Born November 12, 1015, Scientific, F. A. Day, University ol' Arizona, Drama Club, 4, Vice-President, 4, English Club, 4, Vice- Presiilent, 4, Drama Club Play, 4, Senior Play, Alter- nate Legislature, 4, Outing Club, 4, Hockey, Class Team, 2, 3, Soccer, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, Class Team, 2, 3, 4, Tennis, 2, 3, 4, Track, 2, 3, 4, Senior Talent As- sembly, Gym Meet, 2, 3, 4, Ping-pong Tournament, 4, To raise dogs and horses. ROBERT F. BACON 129 Grasmere St., Newton Some day he will arquirn a pen. Bob, Born September 16, 1916, Business, Balti- more, Law School, Outdoor Track, 3, Indoor Traek, 2, To be a good business man. ROBERT ROBBINS ANDREWS 242 Waban Ave., Waban An unassuming young man. Bob, Andy, Born July 12, 1916, Scientific, Levi Warren, Dartmouth, Alpha Gamma Tau, 4, Outdoor Track, 3, Cross Country, 4, Math Club Play, 4, To retire at 50. HABRIET FRANCES BADENOCH 6 Croftdale Rd., Newton Centre ller slender nose lip-filled like lhe pelal of a flower. Harriet, Born June 26, l9l5, Language, Oak Park High School, Wellesley, Drama Club, 3, 4, Program Committee. 4, Outing Club, 4, Secretary, Prize-Speak- ing Contest, 4, Senior Talent Assembly Committee, Senior Play, 4, Prompter, National Honor Society, 4, To find out what good it does to have an ambition. DOROTHY ARLINE BABCOCK 25 Harrington St., Newtonville All ix repose and peace. Dot, Born August 16, 1915, Seientilie, F. A. Day, Massachusetts School of Art, English Club. 4, Camera Club, 4, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Tennis Tournament, 3, To drive a ear expertly over country roads. WILLIAM GRAY BAILEY 25 Frederick St., Newtonville Some are wcalher-wise, some are ofllerwise. Bill, Born April 24, 1915, Scientific, Mason, Dart- mouth: Hi-Y, 3, 4, Executive Committee, 3, 4, Legis- lature, 1, 3, 4, Varsity Football, 4, Manager ol' Basket- ball, 3, Junior Varsity Football, 2, Usher Senior Play, 4, Band, 1, Spanish Club, 3, Junior Varsity Basketball, Orange Book Staff, 3, Cheer Leader, 3, To be pushed in a lunch cart by Bankart. , A Q A LSC! , E- . 5.1 . 54.1 - 1 fittfttttjg 6 1 y..:.,, 1. 'mg - V r .gi I A ifiifk L., K sl, -W -iff' h i '95 ,:P'1J...- 5 4-. ' S' ' M ,.,f-wk, iii, fi 5. . . pw.. V qv' if '- t ' 4 A--.5 A ,gg,:cwg1zs 1 fv . - 1 1 Q ki, . 7 ,V L'.T., 4- 1 :ge A ,Jw-,wfm,2f.,4e ft ,if 1 I -- , - 4 , f iii, 1 ii xuxz HELEN MARGARET BAKER 558 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls The hurirexl of II quiel rye. Pete, Baker: Born September 20. 10114: General: Levi Warren: Scott, Carbee School of Art. ELIZABETH D. BARBA 11 VVillard St., Newton A cheerful soul huds expression lhrough laughter. Libbe, Lib: Born October 5, 1915: General: Bigelow: Massachusetts Art: Track, 1: Soccer, 1, 2: Baseball, 1, 2: Tennis. 1, 2: Hockey, 2: Social Studies Club. 4: Treasurer Camera Club. 4: Poster Committee, 3: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3: Newtonian Picture Committee: Scholar- ship Roll, 4: To eultivate a singing voiee. LOUISE BALCH 35 Holman Rd., Auburndale A fair exterior is ri silent recommemlalion. Lou: Born May 17, 1916: Language: Levi Warren: Wellesley: French Club, 3. MARY BARBER10 57 Oak Ave., West Newton Full ryffun, lzlways guy, Happy and pleasrml al work or play. Babes, Mziy: Born June 16, 1914: Olliee Training: Levi Vllarren: Outdoor Concert, 2: Chorus, 2: To wash windows in an open car, ROBERT CHARLES BANKAHT 365 Cabot St., Newtonville A man he seems of cheerful yeslerdays and conhderzl lomorrows. Bibs. Bank: Born April 22, 1915: Seientilie: F. A. Day: Dartmouth: Football 1, 2, 3: Traflic Squad 1, 2: Lunchroom Squad, 4: Junior Danre Committee, 2: President, Junior Class 3: Chairman Senior Dance, 4: Home Room Manager, 4: Hi-Y. 3, 4, Vice-President, 4: Newtonian Stall, 3: Chorus, 1: Outdoor Concert, 1: Senior Banquet Committee, 3: To get up early enough to fool Miss Waldcmeyer. ISABEL BARKIGB 34 Randlett Pk., West Newton Il would Ialkl How il would lalkl ls. lzzie: Born August 19, 1915: General: Mason: Baptist Institute, Philadelphia: Alpha Beta, 1, 2: Freshman-Sophomore Prize-Speaking. 1: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2: Publicity CUlIllIllU,0f', Senior Play, 4: Chorus, 1, 2: To listen and say nothing. ELIZABETH BANKER 26 Hillside Bd., Newton Highlands I am in love wilh high far-seeing Ihings. Betty, Bank, Mike:Born August 2, 1915: Language: Hyde: Wheaton: Lunchroom Squad, 2, 4: Alpha Beta. 1: English Club, 3. fl: Tennis Tournament, 2. Ii, 4: Girls' Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3: Outdoor Concert, 3: To dance - and dance. JULIAN M. BABRON 62 Mallet Rd., Chestnut Hill Napoleon was also a lilllc man. Jules, Barron: Born September 15, 1916: Language: Mason: Harvard: Senior Play, -1: Social Studies Club, 4: To actually play the piano and grow - Grow. 1 FUIeen :sz ,... ' . f .Q .zifratsrfef " A iieiifti' : .A - .W H T ,Q , Q- 1 + fu - '5 -- ' e Kill 5 ,' . -1-3-.L Mg, , ff: . ,f :,:e, gg., Q4 is gm fi' aw. fi , seam . 14. I af I Eta- 3 722 at ' i t '- -F "M 3 1 4 ,k,,k ,,,, , , . 1 ' if M 4 " nga-3 1' '1 .gt.2-Meal.. ,,gg.-uf, ,--,,- ,-,224 ,im . if .,5,t,,- J' 'W jf --,: ::,:g: --at .gztg-1.53 E: gif- + . :W?W3iffS'S2i?Vf' 11'-.E ., 2. . ,.' , ?::,,.5Ea, . .. li,,.x ,. S izteen ANNE BARRY 190 Tremont St., Newton Infinite riches in a lillte room. Anna: Born October 18, 1915: Scientific: Bigelow: Simmons: Soccer, 1, 2, 3: Tennis Tournament, 3, 4: Baseball, 2, 3: Outdoor Concert, 1, 3: English Club, 3, 4: Legislature, 4: Lunchroom Squad, 4: Honor Roll, 2, 4: Social Studies Club, 4: Chairman, Publicity Committee, Prize-Speaking Contest, 4: To grow five inches taller and to have curly hair. JEAN CLAIRE BEACH 248 Mt. Vernon St., West Newton There's a language in her eye, her cheek, her lip. Jaybeeg Born June 20, 1916: Language: Thayer Academy: Bennington: Senior Play: Library Club, 4: Alpha Gamma Tau, 3: Neophytes, 2: To believe just one of J. T.'s stories. GORDON BASS 457 Washington St., Newton A great man in his own way. Jethro, Fish, Gordie: Born February 26, 1915: Business: South Junior High, Waltham: Morey Decorative Studio: Varsity Basketball, 4: Tennis, 3: To grow a white mustache and a black beard. CHARLOTTE WOODS BEALS 144 Hancock St., Auburndale The world's no beller if we worry, l,1ffe's no longer U we hurry. Lightning: Born February 7, 1915: Scientilic: Shaw High. Cleveland, Ohio: Middlebury, Vt.: Archery, 4: English Club, 4: To cook as well as Bill. CABOLYN BASSETT 74 Prescott St., Newtonville A fair exterior is a silent recommendation. Born July 23, 1915: Scientific: F. A. Day: Colby Junior College: Class Field Hockey, 2: Class Base- ball, 2: Gym Meet, 3: English Club, 3, 4: Tennis Tournament, 2: Social Studies Club, 4: Senior Essay Contest: Prize-Speaking Publicity Committee, 4: To drive a car to suit every member of the family, includ- ing myself. HELEN F. BEAN 971 Beacon Sl., Newton Centre And all thufs best :J dark and bright meet in her aspect and her eyes. Beanie: Born November 4, 1914: General: Cam- bridge High and Latin: American Academy of Dramatics: Social Studies Club. 4: Candy Committee for Senior Play: To sell East Jaffrey to Newton students. WILLIAM VARICK BASSETT 15 Howland Hd., West Newton Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. Bill: Born December 18, 1915: Math: Levi Warren: Cornell University: Band, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Gamma Tau, 1: Math Club, Play, 4: To make out a College Board Jxam. CLARENCE BEDIENT 9 Margaret Rd., Newton Highlands I am Sir Oracle! When I open my lips let no dug bark. Bullet: Born September 15, 1915: Scientific: Hyde: Northeastern: Alpha Beta, 2: Intermediate Football, 3: Varsity Football, 4: Honor Roll, 2: Lunchroom Squad, 4: Track, 4: Social Studies Club, 3: To appreciate the world's greatness. ,aw S 153: W Z!! main W in fl-5 ...,... " ,gqsf :se -zizf 'V '12, """' :vw-L ,,,H-H13 We if-We ef.- famggs vi: is.. 1 5. aw, L 4 'ft A - .. . " '1 L.. , I "55'Q:'i: ?' 47 QE? f.i :5Q.:' '15 1' -. le 1 - I - A Mia-.,,1s. if-as-1 'L iff, 2 22 1 ,-"if ff if'--152. -.f'E "'I-:iN3"?' , Q- , ,big , ytvusi-,- D-Jcfp Q an--gf no - ' ,Lu .. . .Q..:'- ,i - - , , V e 'Q a Q ELIZARE'l'l'I SPEAR BELL 14 Ivanhoe St., Newton A perfecl woman nobly planned To warn, lo eomforl, and command. .Chiek, Libby: Rorn May 27, 1915: Oflice Training: Bigelow: Chandler: Hockey, 1: Gym Moet, 1, 23 Home Ecciriomies Club, 1, 2: Honor Roll, 1, 2: To learn to spe . F w w l ROBERT P. BERNARD 26 Cedar St., Newton Centre Young in limb, in judgment old. Bob: Born July 21, 1915: Scientific: Mason: Tufts: Math Club, 4: To construct something new. OLIVE MARY BENOIT 21 Adams St., Newtonville She is prclly io walk wilh, and willy and pleasanl lo lalk wilh. Olly: Rorn December 4, 19153 Oflice Training: F. A. Day: Honor Roll, 1, 2: Outdoor Concert, 1, 4: Chorus, 4: Anti-humming Campaign. lg Newtonite, 3: Girls' fgym Meet, 1: To always see the other person's point, o view. JOHN BEVAN 32 Bemis St., Newtonville Ii is wellfor one lo know more lhan he says. Bev: Born October 24, 1916: Scientific: North Junior High, Waltham: Massachusetts Stale: Varsity Orches- tra, 2, 3, 4: .Iunior Varsity Football, 3: Varsity Foot- ball, 4: Hi-Y Club, 4: Social Studies Club, 4: Baseball, 4: Mid-winter Concert, 2, 3: Outdoor Concert, 2, 3: Honor Roll, 2: Band, 2, 3: To play bass drum in a German band. RUTH LOUISE BERGE 20 Hillside Rd., Newton Highlands Her eyes are homes of silenl prayer, Born .Iuly 9. 19l4: General: Hyde: Chamberlain's: Hoc-key, 1, 2: Baseball, 2: Soccer, 1, 2. RUTH E. BIERIJIR 98 Collins Rd., Waban I have known lhe silence of lhe slars and of lhe sea. Betty: Born April 28, 1916: Scientific: Levi Vllarren: Soccer, 3: Drama Club. 43 Drama Club Play, 4: Social Studies Club, 4: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3: To be an actress. EDWARD WILLIAM BERGONZONI 115 Harding St., West Newton Happy am IJ From care I'mfreeJ llfhy aren'l lhey all conlenled like me? P Eddy: Born September 23, 1914: General: F. A. Day: Undecided: Chorus, 3: Aviation, 3. ROSALIND E. BIGELOW 170 Forest Ave., West Newton A cheery smile, a willing hand, and a deplh of knowl- edge, loo, Rozzy, Roz: Rom March 29, 1915: Language: Levi VVarren: Oberlin: Executive Committee, 2: Shake- speare Contest, 2: Girls' Gym Meet, 2, 3: Neophytes, 2: Newtonite, 2, 3, 4: Newtonian, 4: Orange Rook, 4: Alpha Gamma Tau, 3: English Club, 3, 4: Home Room Manager, 4: Senior Play, 4: Chairman, Senior Play Make-up, 4: National Ilonor Society. 4: To climb to Ade Cloden. Sevenleen 'YT'Gs'm ,... J is: ., 1 jftf ' 'f " ' . V F -I . N . - ,.-, ,sl-H - is 'gi Life ... . .V afao, ,kg .- I lililviiilfi- 1 EJ-Li" Q 'i 'V at ' if wx' A K li i':"5"'g":i' f'1 . -1 . - 'ff 5. . f,,.4 L 'ft rtffesltf 'fix -.wiFsw,fw, ' .iw vit 2' ' 'A M 4 l 5 1 21:1-FT-'Hill Q 'i . 'n1"irf1" ' '.as b4.533: iw-ef. ' , fhiw-H272 vt ff'u"1Z5ewz2. ' Kffffi I - . " - 'X -A. Eighteen MARTHA JANE BIGGERT 34 Adella Ave., NVest Newton The silence of pare innocence. Martie: Born November 12, 1915: General: Grafton High School: Colby Junior College: To be a dietitian. ELIZABETH THORNHILL BLACK EY 39 Elm Bd., Newtonville If music be the food of love, Play on! Betty: Born September 27, 1915: General: F. A. Day: To study music in Milan: Glee Club, 2, 4: Out- door concert, 2, 4: French Club, 2: German Club, 4: glym Meet, 3: Honor Roll, 3: To be a second Lily "ons. WILLIAM PIEHLER BITTENBENDER 246 Plymouth Rd., Newton Highlands I am Sir Oraclel When I open my lips let no dog bark. Bill, Piehler: Born October 10, 1015: Language: Hyde: Harvard: Legislature, 2: Lunchroom Squad, 2, 3, 4: Trallic Squad, 4: Neophytcs, 1, 2, President, 2: Alpha Beta, 1, 2: Honor Roll, 1, 2: Drama Club, 3, 4: Drama Play, 3, 4: English Club, 3. 4, President, 4: Debating Club, 3, 4: Treasurer, 4: Assembly Usher, 2, 3, 4: National Honor, 3, 4: Prize-Speaking. 3: Execu- tive Committee, 4: Newtonite, 11, 4: To be a famous international lawyer. BERNICE BLOOM 70 Jefferson St., Newton Wherirre is thy learning? Hath thy toil o'er books consumed the midnight oil? Bim: Born July 25, 1914: Olliee Training: Bigelow: Home Economics Club, 2: Commercial Club, 3:'Gym Meet. 3: Social Studies Club, 4: To be a success in the business world. RALPH LEONARD BIXBY 774 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre The stream from wisdom's well Which God supplies is inerhauslible. Bix: Born February 7, 1915: Language: Mason: Harvard: President, 1: Neophytes, 2: Glee Club, 2: Legislature, 2: Stage Committee, 3, 4: Social Studies Club, 4: Graduation Usher. 4: Home Room Nlanager, 4: Newtonian 4, 5: Executive Council, 5: Board of Publications, 5: English Club, 5: Debating Club, 4, Vice-President, 5: Newtonite, 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief, 5: To be a critic. CAROL BLOOM 2 Newbury '1'er,, Newton Centre A cheery smile, a winning may make hosts offrienrls. Born February 15, 1916: Language: Mason: lVliddle- bury: Neophytes. 2: Gym Meet. 1, 2, 3: Honor Roll, 1, 2. 3, 4: Senior Play, 4: Work Shop, 4: Library Club, 4: Chorus, l, 2: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2: Newtonian Staff, 4: Senior Talent Assembly, 4: Alpha Beta, 2: Prize- Speaking Contest, 1: National Honor Society, 4: To set up a ping-pong table in 335. RUTH E. BJORSON 7 Tamworth Rd., Vllaban Anil laughingly she goes along! Bj: Born August 13, 1914: General: Levi Warren: Bouve:English Club, 4: Soccer, 1, 2: Baseball, 1, 2, 3: Outside Music. 2, 3, 43 Picture Committee, 4: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3: Basketball, 1, 2: Track, 2: To have some une pronounce my name correctly the first time. RACH 70 Jefferson St., Newton EL BLOOM Rich in thought and character. Ray: Born October 5, 1916: Ollice Training: Bigelow: Gym Meet, 2: To travel around the world. ' -u 1 wax- f Riff . , .. - L ' ,' Jfslefe, '11 :'iQ,sfs. W A - '3 ' f 4 7 52 'i Q? i. fn 'Q Mr is -'ilk vm"-'-0-Hu ,wi iii: Q- '33 , is A are 'T serv 3 E! 1' Q Y ... ,353 ,fi ,Elisa ,kgs i M K baggy 3365-- ..,,.,,,.,.l: K Hi 3 31 1 - gl nf, '-1 - ' , .mil ggiaqi 'imhii ,l so is 11 Q i-AQ: '4 W1 91 2 Q' : sw Y' N M sf ., Qfia. T1 'I ' - ' .' . A 4 , sl '43, it .. T w v , s Ks f lima... iligcx .x wg., l 3 ,,,.A, 3 , mV,A 3 m,AA 3 m, ,, 3 LOUISE WARREN BLOONIFIELD 45 Metacomet Rd., Waban She was dark-haired, dark-eyed - oh such dark eyes! Lou, Weezie3 Born January 31, 19152 Language: Levi Warron3 Mt. H0lyoke3 Library Club, 3, 4, 53 Treasurer, 33 Class Baseball, 3, 43 Tennis Tournament, 2, 33 Soccer, 3, 43 English Club, 53 To he a blond. 82 Los Angeles St., Newton Clear slalemenl is argumenl. Tom, TOIHIHYZ Born January 14, 19163 Businessg F. A. Dayg Law School, To he a criminal lawyer. HARRY BOLTER 233 Waltham St., West Newton Ile lives long lhal lives well. Born January 20, 19151 Generalg F. A. Day: Business School3 Junior Varsity Baseball, 33 Cross Country, 43 To he a flourishing writer and success in business. HILDRED ELIZABETH BOSTON 2069 Commonwealth Ave., Auhurndale 'Tis good-will makes inlelligence. Hildy, Bostong Born May 25, 1914: Cvcneral3 F, A. Day3 Framingham Normalg Social Studies, 33 Honor Roll, 43 To have all high school courses taught over the radio. ANGIE MARY BONACCI 102 Los Angeles St., Newton A sense of humor is a valuable possession. Nan3 Born April 4, 19152 Office Trainiug3 F. A. Day3 Boston University3 Gym Meet, 33 Baseball, 33 Outdoor Concert, 23 To be able to look down at Mr. Maxim when I speak to him. EDWIN AVERILL BOSWORTH 40 Brooks Ave., Newtonville My mind lo mean empire is, while grace ajordelh hcallh. Abie, Boszyg Born April 2, 1915, fi0I'l0I'ill1 F. A. Dayg Business Schoolg National Honor Society, 3, 43 Business Staff of Orange Book, 43 Social Studies Club, 33 Honor Roll, 3, 43 Graduation Usher, 33 Senior Class Executive C0llIlCll1 Lunchroom Squad, 43 To be a successful business executive. EDWARD BONADIO 32 Talbot St., West Newton Good nalare is .slronger lhan lomahawks. Barney, Ed, Born February 3, 19153 Business3 Levi Warren: Northeastern3 Football, 3, 43 To be the head of successful business. HELEN ROSE BOUDREAU 83.Los Angeles St., Newton Cheerful, snappy, Always happy. Boudie: Born January 3, 1916Q Gcneral3 F. A. Day3 Hospital Training3 Outdoor Concert, : Cym Meet, 33 To change my name to suit Sterling Williams. THOMAS C. BOOTH, Jn. N ineleen ' T" " ., " w J' 5- -f ii' iff I 'slew-gr 14.1 . tug... , - 1'-W . ...W-. - 4 , il .- . , 3233? ia m aw. ,Qi U1 1175411 am - .2 ..,,. ,g ,i e ,. X ,I I -iw - 31 ' ffws?'yiY 'S 5 f ef? 'fast 123522 -v :angry ftgqfgl ,gg : 1 m.s....s..e1--Q, ,fa T47 1 1 f I a -sg ' M Q V - F , . fwf-1'--'gp::..-.13-f H ' - gt. J i i' A.,, .Erie E F" B05-5-f, -9-at: Twenty MARJORIE IRENF BOUDREAU 2358 Washington St., Newton Lower Falls As loving rx girl, as sincere a pal as ever could be found. Midge, Marge, Red: Born December 14, 1915: Ollice r1:I'illI1lIl,flQ Waltham High: To take dictation from lloyd Gibbons. IDA BRAM 4-16 Watertown St., Newton She's bPaulUul, lherfffore to be wooed, She is a woman, lherefore lo be won. 1: Born July 21, 1915: General: F. A. Day: Design School: Alpha Beta Club, 2: English Club, 25, llome Economics Club, 2, 3: Gym Meet, 2: Newtonlte Staff, 3: llonor Roll, 3, flf: Senior Dress Assembly, 4: 'lo be Adrlan's successor. CORINNE E. BOYD 23 Perkins St., West Newton In charocler, in Imanners, in slyle, in all things, the supreme e.rcelIer1.ce is simplicity. Connie: Born February 19, 1015: General: Levi Warren: Castleton Normal School: llonor 11011, 1, 2, 4: Spanish Club, 1: Camera Club, 2, 3: Social Studies Club. 3: Newtonite Staff, 3: Gym Meet, 1, 11: Basket- llgau, 1: National Honor Society, 4: To go to Niagara a s. 11-RMA BRANDS 60 Allerton Rd., Newton Centre Women of few words are Ihe best of women. A, Shrimp: Born November 26, 1015: Ollice Training: Mt. Vernon High, Mt. Vernon, N, Y.: To specialize in some branch of department store work, HELEN GLADYS BARBARA BOYD 37 Carleton St., Newton I'll be merry, I'll be free, I'll be sadfor nnbmlv. Glad, Gladie: Born February 27, 1916: Office Train- ing: Bigelow: Chorus, 4: Gym Meet, 2: 'l'o be a gold piece in a hoarrler's house. LEVVIS BRAY 16 Fairview St., Newton I go u-ilhoul core ffree onl1r'11s,v. Lewie, Little Moose: Born May 17, 1915: Seientilic, Bigelow: Freshman Soccer, lntermediale, 1: lloekey: 3, 4: Tennis Tournarnent, 3: .lunior Varsity Baseball, 2: To rescue a fair maiden in distress. VVILLIAM BUYHAN 415 Pine Crest lid., Newton Centre I promise lo argue il ou! if il lukex ull day. Bill: Born February 29, 1016: General: Bigelow: Art School: Legislature, l, 3, Ll: To be an artist. MABEL AGN FS BRENNAN 631 Bourne St., Auburnrlalc Sumo! rmd V'!ll'!!.l somelhing preoiouxf Blondie, Cleo: Born December 19. 1915: Ollice Training: Levi Warren: Social Studies Club, fl: llonor Roll. 1, 2: Gym Meet: To take shorthand dictation at 120 words a minute. tm.u.,.1....... 'B-'..:-,mlm .- vw- v- gy , 4-Q-.. . :Q .... . ,-in . HH V a n-.rs . A- -N117 :ez.:w':5, W-J, .:zw:!: -as--f ..,,.4 ,.,, 4 2' SH3::.': 'E rg :K ei -. -. wif - well: . :sewzsrf . -:af fer- 1 l:- ai '- "rsh wi. 1101581 ,f -xsrse ifiiff A , gag.. :. a rwmef 3 . S22 sg: Wim: -is .- - if M 3 N ' 2 2 .-fra, . ' : fi 12551 ' 2:55 we .. .. .,.. ..,:. , , . , ,,., .,,, ,..,,,,,,.,.::,,, ,:' f ,::., I A .,,. X. ,, -1 at . - :jf-'xiii' -. -- :-..-:.,,:a-:,-fu aa.. ffffs-e-.ag fr- tg., k .. 3 we "Q iL.r'I H ...i.....A " ' 'X " GYM ic Ei, 'Ai t -4-em-4 ..a-S-4-A N . M.. . MMe..,....,e s- H ilf e sk.: -' ' ' 2 ss , M 2,1 fs, -,gif .4 get ' - 'mv' L' 'Yi 3-2-1 ': 'L -, if fkesasezf. as :kgs ,. liill I rf"- 3: RICIIARD W. BRENNAN 78 Nonantum St., Newton Blessed is he lhul considerelh lhe poor. Dick, Garret: Born September 12, 1913: Business: Bigelow: Duke University: Tennis Team, 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Varsity Football, 1: Legislature, 1, 2: Newton- ite, 3: Business Manager, 4: Social Studies Club, 2: Aviation Club, 1: Junior Varsity Hockey, 3: Class Photograph Committee, 4: Glee Club, 4: Outdoor Concert, 4: Assembly Usher, 3, 4: To he toastmaster in a bread line. B. SHATTUCK BROVVN 127 Gordon Rd., Wahan I wear my pen as olhers do Iheir sword. Ben. Wirichellz Born September 23, 1915: Scientific: Levi Warren: Harvard: Track, 4: Feature Editor Newtonite, 4: Debating Society, 4: Legislature, 2, 4: Data Editor, Newtonian, 4: Honor Roll, 2, 4: Senior Play, 4: Committee of 75, 3: Music Board, 4: To be an editor of "Time" and author of a best seller. BARBARA LUCILLE BRIGGS 193 Newtonville Ave., Newton A very prim lillle girl. Rabs, Barby, Born December 23, 1915: General: Bigelow: Framingham State Teachers' College: Social Studies Club, 3, 4: To be a dietitian. MARJORIE WELLINGTON BROWN 145 Harvard St., Newtonville ls she not passing fair? Mid fe: Born December 16, 1915: Language: F. A. Day: ilndecidedg Alpha Beta, 2: Executive mittee, 2: English Club, 3, 4: Library tonite, 2, 4: Class Hockey, 3: Senior Essay Com- mittee, 4: English Club Play Committee, 3, 4: l nate Legislature, 4: Senior Play, 4: G Track, 2, 4: To swim in a poolroom. FLORENCE EVERSON BRIGGS 21 Saxon Ter., Newton Highlands Smoolh runs lhe waler where lhe brook is deep. Fonna. Flossie: Born July 10, 1915: Scientific: Hyde: University of Wisconsin: Drama Club. 43 Social Studies Club, 4: Girls' Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, 4: Hockey, I: Basketball, 1: Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis Tournament, 1, 2, 3, 4: Coach, Drama Club Christmas Play. 4: Anti-Bumming Ride Campaign, 1: To run a tennis racket. MILDRED LO 304 California St., Newton I do but sing because I must, my hea full of lrusl. Com- Clnb, 4: New- Alter- ym Mee ,, 2, 3: UISE BURKE rl is merry and Millie: Born February 1, 1915: General: F. A. Day: Hospital Training: Baseball, 3. 2, 3, 4: To get into some hospital. SYLVIA BRISSON 8 Nottingham St., Newton Centre Her damving eyes and shining hair, Prove lhal mischief has no care. Syl: Born March 12, 1916: General: Mason: Perry Kindergarten: Girls' Gym Meet, 2, 3: Baseball, 3: English Club, 4: Home Economics Club, 4: Treasurer, 4: Anti-Bumming Ride Campaign, 1: To pick apples from a lilac tree. 4: Gym Meet, MARGARET IIEL EN BUR LEY 371 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Subdued giggles and mischievous remarks have their source. Peggy, Peg: Born December 15, 1915: Office Train- ing: Emerson: Baseball, 1, 2: Soccer, 2: Hockey, 2: Ilome Economics, 1: Glee Club, 4: Outdoor Concert, 4: To create a vocabulary comparable with Kenneth Johnsons Twenty-one .V '1.f.f.iw'-2:2 x.J5Q -e 'is . , Iwi' 1 1' wwiifzi, y K - I 7 1 . " ' -L 1. .- I 0 ,i gf,-., L,,s:fffM, fa, wi- :gage . ' 3:-11, 9 f V, , , 1 I! 4" fp. 1, Lift, agziigile -fri-azz' wif, wif-, L 1,4 5 4, :X-'--f-:w"'fv , .. s A' ET si. ff.: 'inf 2,,f11s, -1 1 ' 1 , iw., 1 1' - - :1 ' 1 f if :QWQQE ' get - I -fi'-II! -- 5 wi .15..-'L " 1253 X , mf ff 'fn 1 .K ' - 1 f ' -' i,f..,masa5 ze rtigiffggfeeggl ,423 0' Jfltzf., q V ,. .g......,....4.. 'if' ' ' 'i"w"2 fir? 1 5 '1 'iff' "E" .5 1 -. V - ' V 2' 3, 7' CLAIRE BURNIIA M 16 lV1aplc Pk., Newton Centre The while flower of a blameless life. Kitty: Born August 31, 1911: General: Mason: Art School: Outdoor Concert, 3: To be an artist. RITA BUTLER 39 Gordon Rd., VVaban And she was flallered, worshipped, bored: Her slaps were walched, her dress was noled. Rio: Born Junc 7, 1914: General: Choate: Erskine: Social Studies Club, 4: Home Economics Club, 4: Fieldlllockey, 3: Gym Meet, 2: Basketball, 2: To trave . BARBARA BURNS 26 Frederick SL, Newtonville To do all lhings well is an achievemenl Babs, Bobbie: Born July 18, 1915: Scientific: San Francisco, Calif.: Syracuse University: Newtonite Stall, 4: To be right-handed-to stay in one place for the rest of my life. EVANGELINE BUTTARO 39 Rockland Pl., Newton Upper Falls A laugh is wnrlh a million groans in any markel. Eva, Buttsie: Born September 30, 1915: Ollice Training: Emerson: Undecided: Home Economies Club, 1, 2: Secretary, 2: Baseball. 1: Soccer, 1: Glee Club, 2, 3, 4: Gym Meet, 3: English Club, 3: Camera Club, 3: Outdoor Concert, 2, 3: Newtonite, 3: To travel. DOROTHY MARIE BURNS 411 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville The world means somelhing lo lhe capable. Dot: Born October 10, 1915: General: F. A. Day: Boston University: Spanish Club, 3: French Club, 4: Home Economics Club, 4: Executive Council, 4: Lunchroom Squad, 4: Honor Roll, 3, 4: To join the navy and see the world through a porthole. ELIZABETH BUTTRIC K 56 Kenwood Ave., Newton Centre Those more easiest who have learned lo dance. Betty: Born September 19, 1914: General: Mason: Secretary of Class, 1: Basketball, 1, 2: Hockey, 1: Freshman Dance Committee, 1: Anti-Bumming Hide Campaign, 1: To build a house on the e ALICE IIITZ BURTON 64 Collins Rd., Waban The reason firm, the lemperale will, Endurance,foresighl, slrenglh and skill, Allie: Born December 22, 1915: Language: Levi WVarren: Wellesley: Newtonite, 3: Gym Meet Com- mittee, 2: Drama Club Workshop, 3, 4: National Honor Society, 3, 4: Secretary, 4: Social Studies Club, 4: Senior Play Committee, 4: Lunchroom and Ollice Duty, 4: Legislature, 4: Girls' Athletic Board, 4: Newtonian, Organizations Editor, 4: To see Bitten- dge. Twenly-lwo , bender play "Tartarin of Tarasconf' JOHN W. BUTTHICK 121 Avalon Rd., W'aban A man offew words. .Iohnny, Buck: Born October 21, 1914: Language: Levi Warren: Harvard: Basketball, 3: Senior Usher, 5: Newtonian Staff, 5: To be a financier. .1 - Q 5,2513 xxp w, fa ELIZABETH CARY CAM PRELL 20 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville Beaufy is lrue beauly when ils comrade is ll modes! mind. Gibby, Born November 18, 1915, Language, F. A. Day, Wellesley, Alpha Beta, 2, Gym Meet, 2. 3, Library Club, 3, 4, Vice-President, Il, President, 4, English Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Drama Club, 4, To return one of Mr. lWergendahl's erasers. MARGARET JOSEPIIINE CARMODY 7 Crescent Sq., Newton A delerlninerl young Iluiv wilh pierfillg eyes. Born November 6, 1915, Scientific: Bigelow, Boston University, llonor Roll, 1, Baseball, 1. 3, English Club, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 4, Chorus, 4, To graduate from college. FUGENIA CAMPBELL 274 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Sweels for Ihe swefl. 38 Otis St., Newtouville Jean, Born July 17, 1915, Undecided, Levi Warren, Emerson, Neophytes, 2: Drama Club, 3, 4, To bc healthy, wealthy and Wise. FRANK FAIRFIELD CARR, Jn. 920 Watertown St., VVest Newton I dare do all lhul may become a man. Popsy, Fair, Born June 1, 1915, Scientific, F. A. Day, Massachusetts State College, Social Studies Club, 4, Aviation. Club, 4: Scholarship Roll, 4, To discover my ambition. FRANCES ETHEL CAPODANNO A sweet ullraclizve kind of grace Continue! comfort in ufare. Frannie, Fran, Born April 17, 1914, Office Training, Levi Warren, Undecided, Soccer, 2, Chorus, 2, 3, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, 4, Com- mercial Club, 4, Home Economics, 4, To be apop- ular jazz singer. 102 Staniford St,, Auburndale EMMA JANE CARSON 302 Langley Rd., Newton Centre A merry heart goes all Ihe day. Em, Emmy, Born July 13, 1916, Office Training, lVlason, Glee Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2. 4: Base- ball, 1, 2, Soccer, 1, 2. To become a radio broadcaster. I4 DWARD JAMES CAREY 319 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Lzke Palience an a monumenf. Ed, Born February 23, 1916, General, Levi YVarren, To get into a good line of' business. LILLY ALWINO CARTIER Silence is lhe mos! perfecl herald ofjoy. Smiles, Giggles, Lil, Born December 6, 1914: Office Training, Emerson, English Club, 4, To type 50 letters without an error and to get an A in English. i Twenly-lhree TwenlyJour z, M, 1 -it-:if f Q .M-': :'1P:'--irckiia ii. . MARGARET WATSON CASWELL 68 Harvard St., Newtonville The hand that follows inlellecl can achieve. Peggy: Born July 28, 1915: Language: F. A. Day: Pembroke: Alpha Beta, 2: Scholarship Roll, 2, 3, 4: Hockey. 2. 3, -4, Varsity, 4: Basketball, 4: Gym Meet, 2,-3: English Club, 4: Essay Reading Committee: Newtomte. 4: Newtonian Proof Editor, 4: Girls' Out- ing Club, 4: Legislature, 4: National Honor Society, 4. HELEN MARIE CHELLAND 46 Charlernont St., Newton Highlands Nol much lulk - zz greal, sweel silence. Born July 2, 1916: Scientific: Hyde: Massachusetts School of Art: Alpha Beta, 1: Gym Meet, l: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3: Varsity Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club. 3: English Club, 4: Midwinter Concert, 1, 2, 3: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Orchestra, 1, 2, 3: National Honor Society, 4: To travel. WALTER JOSEPII CAVANAGH 20 Lewis Ter., Newton On wilh the flamvef Le! joy be unnonfined. Mike, Blondie, Cav: Born April 9, 1916: Business: F. A. Day: Bentley School of Accounting: Assistant Manager of Orange Book. 3: Legislature, 4: To im- prove on Booth's brand of flea powder. JUNE ROSE CHRISTOFERSEN 144 Hancock St., Auburndalc Greal oaks from lillle acorns grow. Junebug. Christie, Fritz: Born June 14, 1916: Seientilic: Naperville, Ill.: Middlebury: Class Orches- tra, 4: Outdoor Concert, 3, 4: Gym Meet, 3, 4: Track, 3, 4: Baseball, 3: Glee Club, 4: National Honor Society, 4: Math Club, 4: To turn a perfect cartwheel. DONATO ROBERT CEDRONE 288 Nevada St., Newtonville Violels, Violelsl -v0u're lhe faireslflowcr lo me. Don, Cid, Donnie: Born March 21, 1914: General: F. A. Day: Undecided: Literary Staff of Newtonite, 2: Chorus, 2, 3: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2. FREDERICK REGAN CLAFFEE 14 Trowbridge St., Newton Centre Ile is lhe nobles! Roman of lhem all. Fred: Born February 13, 1915: lVIathelnatics: Mason: M. l. T.: Lunchroom Squad, 3: Basketball, 3: English Club, 4, 5, Play, 4: Drama Club. 5: Drama Club Play, 5: Home Room Manager, 5: Scholarship Roll, 3, 5: To dig ditches and build bridges. MILDRED ELlZABETll CHASE 20 Phillips Lane, Newtonville A modes! maiden and seU-possessed. Mil, Millie: Born June 15, 1915: Scientific: F. A. Day: Colby Junior College: Legislature, 2: Girls' Gym Meet. 2. 3: Alpha Beta. 2: English .Club. 3. 4: Senior Photographic Committee: Tennis Tourna- ment. 3: Class Basketball, 2: Honor Roll, 4: To attend a ball at the White Ilouse. RIIODA ADELINE CLARK 15 Oakwood Rd., Auburndale She is all lhe sweeter for her gravity. Rho: Born May 30, 1915: Scientific: Levi VVarren: Katherine Gibbs: Legislature, 3: Spanish Club, 3: English Club, 4: National Honor Society, 3, 4: Prop- crties Committee of Senior Play, 4: To meander around the world. And willy ln lalk wilh. L. w-3'Ti9' eg Q ' - - , ""' Q' " fl? Ti' A 'U lf' W '-Wei: fle e s' K'-225, if " "t"5 Y " f " If , . U' . L i gl- A Q - 2- A ,ff 'r ,, 1 . ,, . :.,, , ja mam BARBARA LUCILE CLAPP 127 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Eal, drink, and be merry, for lomorrow we go lo school. Barb, Barbie, Red, Born December 14, 1913, General, Mason, To go into business. DOROTHY LOUISE CODY 34 Emerson St., Newton Behold her eyes As sofl and brighl as amber. Dot, Born June 22, 1915, General, Bigelow , Fram- ingham, Anti-Bumming Campaign, 1, Camera Club, 2, Hockey, 1, 2, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Soccer, 1, To be a SUCCESS. WINNIFRED ELSIE CLARK 4 George St., Newton Happy am I, from care I'm free, Why aren'l lhey all conlenlcd like me? VVinnie, Born June 15, 1916, Language, Bigelow, Wellesley, Neophytes, 1, 2, Vice-President, 2, Soccer, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis, 2, 3, 4, Prize- Speaking, 2, 4: French Club, 3, Social Studies, 4, Home Room Manager, 1, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 2: Drama, 3, 4, Play, 3, 4, Library Club, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4: Senior Play, New- tonian, 4, Legislature, 1, 4, Chairman Program Com- mittee of Drama Club. BA 15 Day St., Wuhan A lhing of beauty is a joy fore: Bobbie, Born September 10, 1919, RBARA COLE xer. General, F. A . Day, Boston University, Home Room Manager, 2: Tennis, 3, 4, Home Economics Club, 4, Basketball, 2, Hockey, 3, Gym Meet, 2, To be a buy MARION ELIZABETH CLEVELAND 40 Chaske Ave., Auburndale Enlhusiasm is lhe elcmenl of success. Born July 5. 1915, General, Levi Warren, Laselle Seminary, Spanish Club, 3, English Club, 4, Honor Roll, 4, To cook for the President. er. THADDEUS COLEMAN 70 Washington Pk., Newtonville The friendship thai man wins 'L1'fYlSHU. is basl. Thad, Tad, Born June 17, 1913, General: F. A. Day, Northeastern, Tennis Tournament, 2, 3, Social Studies Club, 3, 4, Aviation Club, 3, President, 4, Stage Com- mittee, 4, Moving Picture Committee, 4, Senior Chorus, 4, Alternate to Legislature, 4, To escort Pros- perity around the corner. ELIZABETH CLEVEBDON 117 Grant Ave., New ton Centre She is prellhv lo walk milh Betty, Born January 1, 1915, Scientific, Mason, Junior College, Baseball, 1, Gym Meet. 1, Home Room Manager, 2, Chorus, 2, To be ambitious. FRANCIS JOHN COLLERAN 19 Fairfield St., Newtonville Music is lhe universal language of mankind. Bud, Born January 24, 1916, Scientific, F. A. Day, Wentworth, Honor Roll, 3, Orchestra, 2, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, Band, 2, Indoor Track, 3, Senior Talent Assembly, Outdoor Track, 3, 4. Twenty-five - '--- -'--- FN . , . . . . ham.-,,,, My 1, , -A ,- ' wi f , . 'if A La- Q? . :aw wzaeffsff fiwgg- . A 'f5a:.:........,,. v' ff ,sf 1. - - ll. ' I 1' :few 'tirai 1 , V" ' , ,,., , 4-,. 1 F1 fi? S t ' -A 'L Y - I ' f fx "La.f...:.:fff.a' : ' : f . ,Sim . -1 - ,::e4ssw:f:a19e., :5,.'--,:-.,.. ::- 3 .1 eff ' -ci f ,Q 1 '---e-----Q--Q 1 , v 4.9, l Twenty-six THERESA COLLINS 12 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands As full of spirit as the month of May. Terry: Born February 27, 1915: Office Training: Hyde: Glee Club, 4: Outdoor Concert, 2: Baseball, 1: Home Economics, 1: To be an aviatrix. HELEN KATHRYN CONFREY 17 Highland Pk., Newtonville A comrade happy andfull of glee, Vlfho dares to laugh out loud andfree. Red, Hellie: Born August 23, 1914: Ollice Training: F. A. Day: Alpha Beta, 2: Social Studies, 3: Gym Meet, 2, 3: Baseball, 2: Basketball, 2, 3: Tennis, 2, 3: Home Economics, 2: Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4: Home Room Manager, 2: To he an A. 8: P. clerk. RUTH ELINORE COLVILLE 40 Fuller St., Waban A tender heart: a will inflexible: zealous yet modest. Rufus, Pepper: Born January 4, 1916: General: Emerson Junior High, Lakewood, Ohio: Simmons: Gym Meet, 4: Varsity Orchestra, 2, 3, 4: Class Orchestra, 4: Camera Club, 4: Social Studies Club, 4: Outdoor Concert, 2, 3: To be always on time. ELEANOR PATRICIA CONROY 124 Grasmere St., Newton Thunder on! Stride on! Democracy, strike with vengeful strokes. Pat: Born Marcli 22, 1914: Office Training: Bigelow: National Honor Society, 3, 4: Social Studies Club, 4: Honor Roll, 1: To be a professional politician and private secretary to Franklin D. Roosevelt. VIRGINIA DAVIS CONANT 77 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville She is always ready for fun, but shows a lot of common sense withal. Jinny,-Gin: Born October 15, 1915: Scientific: F. A. Day: Middlebury: French Club, 4: Gym Meet, 2, 3: Alpha .Beta, 2: Prize-Speaking Contest, 3: Candy Committee of Senior Play, 4: Basketball, 2, 3: Tennis Toumament, 2: Hockey, 2: To furnish chairs for the standing army. WILLIAM JENNINGS CONWAY 299 Centre St., Newton His limbs were cast in manly mould, For hardv sports, or earliest bold. Bill, Con, Willie: Born September 24, 1915: Business: Bigelow: Football. 1: Junior Varsity, 2: Varsity, 3, 4: Baseball, 1, 2, Junior Varsity, 3: Basketball, 1: Varsity Hockey, 4. CLINTON A. CONDICT 1136 Centre St., Newton Centre 'Tis a wise saying, drive in your own track. . Clint: Born July 7, 1915: Scientific: Mason: Bucknell University: Glee Club, 3, 4: Soccer, 1: Scholarship Roll, 4: Baseball, 3, 4: Outdoor Concert, 3, 4: Senior Play, 4: National Honor Society, 4: To get the most from college. IIUGH JAMES COSGROVE 11 Henshaw Pl., West Newton A sock, a chip, a putt, a birdie. Hughie, Pro, Cos'y: Born July 20, 1915: Business: Levi Warren: Captain of Golf Team, 2: Manager of Golf Team, 2: To work in an office. .Ji - 'L ' W-. new fi 'Zia " 22- - fri 1 - -""' ' 5 A Ye. . " - - 1 ff s 'f if fr r.,jai5 is S fa.. '1 "' ltlmsmm rl '- f- A L: ' -i Si ew riffs we vi- 11'-sl N L ' L . ----N -, mio, - -s ,f if te W we we ,.q.,i,, .Lf egg- In ' ' "n . rl . lfsifwir . ',.J!fE'lQv'Q.K. BETTY COTTER 1354 Washington St., VVest Newton If girls were onlv sailors, our Belly would be Commo- dore of lhe Fleel. Bott: Born January 16, 19163 Generalg Levi VVarren3 Newton Hospital: Social Studies, 33 Gym Meet, 33 To sail with the navy. CHARLES MICHAEL CRONIN 33 Henshaw St., VVest Newton The old proverb abou! having loo many irons in lhe fire is an abominable lie, hare all in, shovels, longs, and poker. Charlie: Born November 3, 1916: Office Trainingg Levi Warren: National Honor Society, 43 To be Presi- dent of the United States. ROBERT HENRY COTTON 57 Strathmore Rd., Brookline A gentleman, a scholar, and a lrue friend. Bobg Born November 17, 19143 Scieutifieg Levi VVarren3 Dartmoutbg President, Sophomore Class, 23 Honor Roll, 2, 3, 43 Legislature, 33 Boys' Vice-President, 45 President, Drama Club, 43 Vice-President, French Club, 43 Newtonite Editorial Editor, Orange Book, 33 Floor Manager Newtonian, 33 Harvard Club Prize, 33 To be a chemical engineer. EUGENE ALBERT CRONIN 33 Hensbaw St., West Newton We lhink very few people sensible except lhose who are of our opinion. Gene: Born July 15. 1915: Office Training: Levi Warren: National Honor Society, 3, 43 To sell Fuller brushes. GRACE MARY CRA NE 216 Grove St.. Auburndale Her brown eyes bring oal lhe laughler in her hear!! Patreg Born May 10, 19153 Oflice Traiuingg Levi Warren: Social Studies Club, 43 To sleep all day and dance all night. CLARA GARY CUMMINGS 4-9 Pelham St., Newton Centre Scaller my ashes upon lhe winds. Born December 22. 1914: Scientific: Mason: Simmonsg Baseball. 1: Archery, 1. 23 Hockey. 1, 23 Gym Meet, 1, 2, 33 Basketball, 1: Home Room Manager, 3: Legis- lature, 4: Ncwtonite, 3, 43 English Club, 43 Newtonian, 4: Glee Club, 3: National Honor Society, 43 To be able to convince somebody of something. LENORA MARGUERITE CREAMER 271 Woodward St., Waban ll is good lo be merry and wise,- 'Tis well lo be hanesl and lrue! Peg, Maggie, Born May 30, 19163 General: Levi Warreng Simmons College: Soccer, 2, 3, 4-3 Bas- ketball, 2, 3, 4: Hockey, 2, 3, 43 Baseball, 2, 3, 43 Ping-pong, 43 Varsity Field Hockey, 3. 43 Lacrosse, 43 Track, 2, 3, 43 Gym Meet, 33 Social Studies, 3: Camera Club, 43 National Honor Society, 4-3 Drama Club Workshop, 3, 43 To join the army and not see the world. LORA ROGERS CUMMINGS 49 Pelham St., Newton Centre Cheelfulnesx is a hobil' Io Ireasure. Roggles. Giant: Born December 22, 1014: Scientific: Mason: Simmonsg Hockey, 1, 23 Gym Meet, 1, 23 Glee Club, Zig To say the right thing at the right time. Twenty-seven ri" Aw slash? "Q-Afiffiirf xi ' -I -f 'A . 1 le , lr I a ft' , 2 l 'EY lxlllltll 5 3 'V ' f iii rt :Q 3,542-3 . .11 K -LA sf-QL ew. g . 1-ga .. 'M' 'W l Ji ff' '1 l W l 2 ' .- f fy A 'C ae. ,..,, ...M .7 ?':e.wQ Twenty-e ight NEIGY CUPOLI 91 Los Angeles St., Newton Setting a goat is nothing, Reaching it is what counts. Miss Q, Squeeches, Born September 23, 1914, Ollice Training, F. A. Day, Traffic, To have my name pro- nounced correctly. ROBERT TAYLOR CUSHMAN 153 Webster St., West Newton Good sense and good nature are never separated. Bob, Born October 30, 1914, General, Levi Warren, Northeastern, To catch up with prosperity. JEAN ELIZABETH CURRIE 31 Sheflield Rd., Newtonville She seldom spoke, but when she did, she surprised us. J. C., Born October 3, 1915, Scientific, F. A. Day, Katherine Gibbs, Band, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 2, 3. 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, 4, Class Orchestra, 2, 3, To travel. WILLIAM VV. CUSUMANO 53 Fenwick Rd., Waban His modesty is worthy of imitation. Bill, Born September 21. 1914, General, Levi Warren, Boston University, Ili-Y, 2, Track, 4, Foot- ball, 3, To be H lawyer. MALCOLM SYDNEY CURRIER 10 Washington Ter., Newtonville Men of great knowledge find work a pleasure. Mal, Born July 10, 1914, Scientific, F. A. Day, Massachusetts Nautical School, Orchestra, 2, 3, To sec the world through a porthole. ARTHUR CUTILIS 235 Pearl St., Newton His heart is true as steel. Greek, Born February 6, 1916, Business, F. A. Day, Boston University, Football, 3, To be a successful business man. WILLIAM CUSHING 536 Walnut St., Ncwtonville He that hath knowledge, sprrreth his words. Bill, Born June 26, 1915, Mathematics, Western High, Washington, D. C., M. I. T., Cross Country 2, Indoor Track, 3, Outdoor Track, 3, To become rich quickly. PAUL JOSEPH DANGELO 112 Chapel St., Newton Common sense is not a common thing. Coach, Born November 3, 1914, Business, F, A- Day, Bentley's, Committee of "75", Cheer Leader, 3: To be a certified public accountant. l it V1 . . . .. . - 'i A .. ' Q IKLL gift" . ?"j" ' """ " 'I . t as l be Y L V,,, - 2:5 V Ui... .-,:L an by hvrk N -55 , K It ROBERT DANIELS 189 1Vashingl.on St., Newton l'Vh,v worry, care is an elzemy of IU:-. Danny: Ilebel: Born August 7, 1915: Seientilie: Bigelow: Northeastern: Basketball, 1: Junior Varsity Basketball, 2, 3: Trallic Squad, 2, 3: Aviation Club, 1, 2. 3, 5: Junior Varsity Baseball, 4: To be Mahatma Ghandi's tailor. LILLIAN LIVESEY DEANS 141 Jewett St., Newton A contented spiril is lhe sweetness of existence. Lil, Beansie: Born August 2, 1914: General: Mason: Framingham Teachers' College: Secretary, Camera Club, 2: Gym Meet., 1, 3: Class Baseball, 1: Class Field Hockey, 1: Aviation Club, 1: Social Studies Club, 3: To say the right thing at the right 111110. EUAN GAMEVVELL DAVIS 52 Madison Ave.. Newtonville A mrm's word is his honor. Dave, U: Born August 17, 1915: Scientific: F. A. Day: Bowdoin: Band. 2, 3: Social Studies Club. 4: Legislature, 4: Senior Play Publicity Committee: Varsity Football, 4-: Varsity Outdoor Track, 4: Junior Varsity Basketball. 2: Seconds. 3: Varsity. 4: National Honor Society, 4: Honor Roll, 2, 4: To he professor of musie at Sing Sing University. HELEN JANE DECKER 109 Carver Rd., Newton Highlands She jloals upon the stream of thoughts. Jane. Janie: Born August 11, 1916: General: Ilyde: Massaehuselts School ol' Art: Drama Club, 3: Itlnglish Club, 4: Camera Club. -1-: Glee Club. 4: Drama Club Play, 3: Anti-Humming Campaign, 1: To go sight-sew ing in a harem. AENUNA MARGARET DA VY 17 Jackson Ter., Newton Bid me discourse, I will rnrhanl thine' var. Miggy: Born January 31. 1915: Seientilie: F. A. Day: Katherine Gibbs: Drama Club, 3. 4: English Club, 2, 3: Soeial Studies Club, 4: Candy at. Drama Club Play, 3, 4: Prize-Speaking, II: Gym Meet, 2: Senior Play. 4: National Honor Society. 4: To ily around the world. FLORENCE ELIZABETH DFIFLORIO 67 Border St., West Newton Guy and sunny, ' Small and sweet. Tena: Born February 16, 1914: Ullice Training: Levi VVarreng To obtain a good position with some eonoern. ALICE MARY DAWSON 118 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Easy ln look al - Dwicllll Io imitate. Auddy. Dawsey, A1: Born November 12, 1013:Ol1ice Training: Nelson Grammar, Canada: To be an All- Ameriean girl. MABICL EVPILYN DEGRASSE 969 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Thr' softer charm lhal in her manner lies, jus! xuils Ihr' expression in her elvesf Evvy. Lyn, Denise: Burn March 23, 1916: Otlice Training: Emerson: Chand1er's: Gym Meet.. 1. 3: Commercial Club, 4: Home Economics, 2: Honor Roll. 2: To be an elevator nlan and go by every stop. l Twenly-n ine -'zz M A 1 -'L' ' ' fe -'-i iw ' V: 421 we iefsflxf fi A : l 'gla m' mi LL... 0 bm' :ii 5 KY: v Th irly ANNA DELAHANTY 37 Alden Pl.. West Newton Oh, lhe glory of Tilian hairl Red, Ann, Nancy: Born August 5, 1914: Oliice Training: Levi Warren: Commercial Club, 3, 4: Traiiic Squad, 4: To be a newspaper reporter. GLADYS PRISCILLA DEWOLFE 250 California St., Newton By her dimples shall ye know her. Born September 12, 1915: Business: F. A. Day: Gym Meet, 1: Social Studies Club, 2: To live happily ever after. MARY DEMPSEY 334 River St., Vilest Newton Gayelpv is lhe s0uI's heallhg sadness is ils poison. Dempsey: Born December 25, 1915: Oiiice Training: Levi Warren: To be superintendent of thc Newton Hospital, JOHN TURNER DICKINSON 21 Durant St., Newton Il' is ri plague I0 he lon hnnrlsome ll man. Johnny, Dick: Rorn June 18, 1916: Scientific: Plain- field High, New Jersey: Princeton. AUGUSTUS EDNVARD DENT, Jn. 3 Cook St., Newton Highlands Smile and lhe world smiles with you. laugh and you own il. Gus: Born June 28. 19131 General: Sumner High School, Cairo, Ili.: To solve the depression. LILLY DILL 16 Madison Avo., Newtonville Truth is Ihr: highesl Ihiny lhnl woman may keep. Lili, Lillag Born June 21, 1914: Uliice Training: Emerson: Chorus. 2: Gym Meet, 2: Senior Make-up Committee, 4: To live up to my ideals. EDITH ELAINE DEVINCENTES 71 Los Angeles St., Newton I'll speak in II nmnslrous lilllc mice. 1'1die:Born April 11, 1915: General: F. A. Day: Com- mercial Cluh. 4: To become a nurse. HARRY DIMAN, Ju. 143 Elgin St.. Newton Centre Happy nm Igfrom care I'mfree.' 1Vhy m'en'I lhey all conlenled like mc? Legs: Born November 4, 1913: Scientific: Mason: Lnnehroom, 2, 3, 4: Legislature, 5: Home Room lVIan- ager, 2, 3: Attendance Oiiice Building. 1, 2: Dance Committee, fi: To watch O'Brien polish his car, 4 ' 'f W" ' fn T . i i xl V .5 ' ,' ' norm n ' gl ,y . . 3 - -fs -dna? yr-af de, mai l-s:a,,f1s. . ,ff fz.f..,..a-...s 1, QS L xv- - R ' "' . . My K ff- :f.'i?Zi'.::5: :BEEN J' .s:Ef:s ' f. "Wil 'M To ' ..- .-A -' -1 7-M-A ga-,arm 'li 1... .- '- '- 7 f an 13 ff-:iff iesg ie, L lf -, . l f . r v- af' s. 1,-,, -- gfff. 2 A lisa- , '11 4.1, asf , - -----2,-J-.. . '11 ' y fff- gf . A 3 EI IA C. DIMATTEO 380 Boylston St., Newton Centre Some day she will be an e-Hicienl young lass,- Jusl wail and see. El, Elie, Nig: Born November 21, 1915: Oflice Training: Mason: Burdett: Home Economies, 1: Social Studies Club, 3: Commercial Club, 4: To be an ambassador to Italy. THOMAS F. DOLAN 25 Rogers St., Newton Amiabilily shines by ils own lighll Agate, Chubby: Born June 16, 1915: General: Boston English: To be an expert mechanic. ELIZABETII DIMICK 17A Forest St., Cambridge Wisdom is beller lhan rabies. Bee: Born November 20, 1915: General: Ramsay High, Birmingham, Ala: Sophie Newcomb College: To do social service work. TERESA FRANCES DONLAN 45 Kensington St., Newtonville Laughler and liveliness makes IUe worlh while. Terry: Born June 2, 1915: Office Training: F. A. Day: Gym Meet, 2, 3: Outdoor Concert, 2: Social Studies, 3: To secure a steady office position. LOUIS DIRUSSO 406 Lexington St., Auburndale A lillle nonsense now and lhen is relished by lhe besl of men. Di: Born December 5, 1915: Business: Levi Warren: Bentley's School: Lunchroom Squad, 4: To be a success in business. EDVVIN VVYATT DOSWELL 1001 Fourth St., San Francisco, Cal. Oar deeds delermine as, as much as we delermine our deeds. Guiffy, Dos: Born June 14, 1914: Language: F. A. Day: Leland Stanford: Legislature, 1, 3, 4: To manufac- ture red ink for the Newton High School. RAYMOND CHARLES DIRUSSO 406 Lexington St., Auburndale Half our knowledge we mast snulch, nol lake. Fagangel: Born September 10, 1914: Business: Levi Warren: M. I. T.: Baseball, 2, 4: Football, 4: To be a professional athlete. NORMAN M. DOW 41 Everett St., Newton Centre All mankind loves a lover. Norm, Normie, Jake: Born May 27, 1915: Mathe- matic: Mason: Undecided: Home Room Manager, 1, 2: Anti-Bumming Ride Campaign, 1: Usher Senior Dance, 4: Indoor.Track, 3, 4: Outdoor Track, 3, 4: To go into Bhe Georgian and Lind the headwaiter lying dead on the oor. Th irly -one fig-n:'.. 1'7'- Fm. A f ' 14 H ,.--k f A-f..Q,i.1 ' .V i 1-'H' 1 --' . - --f- ' . , : 1 ,, ,I rr 'Qs ,ls 1, iff: 7- f ,k,-L ,.,, f , - J V '97 gs, 'qv' ' -3157: . . J - MZ - :E , 'VIH 1' 'fl EL- ,Tffi ,bwiiizm ' .Va ' "l2'f9HE'56fx, W I "IW if LT':'ff41 WLZIW. 'nfs f 4'W""""H:s L32 "' A-. i 1 331 , -gl 1 agua ,, 1- :aff A ,ff .ill 1 '4 ' ' C--, , 7 , ' A '-egg, Li if f: .f -, v Nw-1-fries., fi:Agsgf1, i I v 1 ., w--- -- -- .- ' ,, r ' vu Th irly-Iwo PRENTISS JAMES DREW 9 Saxon Rd., Newton Highlands I am, lillle, hal I can do mach. Odd, Shorty, The Admiral: lVlay 15, 1915: General: Atlantic City High: University of' New Hampshire: Camera Club, 4: Math Club, 4: Senior Play, 4: To be a professor ol' physiognomy. WILLIAM OVVEN DUANE 216 River St., West Newton How merry is lhe sladcnfs life. Bill, Moon: Rorn July 31, 1914: Scientific: Levi VVarren: Harvard: Baseball, 2, 4: Hockey, 2, 3, 4: Football, 2 3, Captain, 4: Hi-Y, 4, 5. MARJORIE LOUISE DRISCOLI. 372 Cabot St., Newtonville Un with lhe damreg Lel jo-v be unconfined. e Hone Born October 24 l914' Midge, Marg ,, ,y: , 4, , General: F. A. Day: Katherine Gibbs: Glee Club, 3: Newtonite, 3: Social Studies Club, 3, 4. WALTER DUCLOS 24 Walker St., Newtouville All men lhink all men mortal, bal themselves. Duke, Dukie: Horn October 22, 1914: General: F. A. Day: Springfield Y. M. C. A.: Basketball, 2: To be a second Simmons, VERNON EATON DROWNE 32 Lakewood Rd., Newton Highlands A wil with dances, and a dance wilh wils. V, Vernie, D: Born August 8, 1915: General: Country Day School: Ohio State: Baseball, 1: Football, 2, 4: Senior Talent Assembly Committee: Lunchroom Squad, 2: Senior Play Usher. ELIZABETH CHARLES FREDERICK DUFF 542 California St,, Newtonville He lhal halh paliencc may compass anylhing. Fred, Freddie: Born May 10, 1916: Scientific: Mason: Dartmouth: Legislature, I, 2: Home Room Nlanager, 1, 3: Anti-Bumming Ride Campaign, 1: Lunchroom, 1: To dig holes for The Boston Post. DRUMMOND 100 Day St., Auburndale Be wise worldlv, bu! nol worldly wise. Betty, Lib: Born August 22, 1015: Scientific: Mamaroneck High School: Rhode Island State: To become a buyer. HOWELL E. DUPUY, JR. 12 Pine Crest Rd., Newton Centre Sad is his lol who al lcasl once in his lU'e has nol been a pool. Dupe, Duke: Rorn August 13, 1915: Language: F. A. Day: Harvard: Hi-Y, 4: Legislature, 3: Varsity Basket- ball, 3, 4: Business Committee Senior Play, 4: Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, 4: Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4: Graduation Usher, 3: National Honor Society, 4: To go through the swinging doors at the Georgian without a crack in the nose. f.1: ' -W ' - 4------- . ., - ,. . . I -.-- iaimarm , ff ' ' - . ' if- A it " 1 5 " fi gf - . 2 , 1, . J, ' i " Lk'L g., fell wci. film i ', 4-f--'-i-- -1. ' ' A 1: Q . .,??w??5f.fi- . -. ,.., as s - as N. WILLIAM APPLEBEE DURBIN 452 Woodward St., VVaban Hold lhc forl, I'm coming! Bill: Born February 21, 19165 Scientilicg Levi Warren: Washington and Lee: Editor, Orange Book, 35 Honor Roll, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 3, 4, To be an iceman in a girls' boarding school. JEAN THORNDIKE EDDY 80 Putnam St., West Newton Hinges of true friendship ne'er go rusly. Born July 17, 19163 Language, Levi Warreng Vassar: Alpha Beta, 2, Tennis Tournament, 2, 3: Gym Meet, 2, 33 Math Club, 3, 4, Play, 3: Newtonite, 43 Library Club, 4g Drama Work Shop Club, 43 Honor Roll, 2, 4: Legislature, 4, Finance Board, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 45 National Honor Society, 3, 43 To have time to do more. MARGARET LOWRY DURKEE 33 Larchmont Ave., Waban Her smile is sweelened by her seriousness. Peggy, Born January 15, 1915, Scientific, Levi Warren: Middleburyg Varsity Orchestra, 3, Class Orchestra, 3, 43 Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, 4g Alpha Gamma Tau, 4, Drama Club, 45 Christmas Play, 43 To marry and have nine children. MELVYN E. EHRLICH 25 Lancaster Rd., Newton Faint hear! ne'er won fair lady. Melg Born February 3, 1916, Scientific, Boston Latin, Tufts: English Club, 4, Usher Senior Play, 4: To sleep through the Latin period without being caught. GEORGE C. DUTTON, Ja. 66 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville A gentleman, first, lasl, always. Junieg Born October 11, 19143 Language: Country Day School: Dartmouth, Football, 43 Senior Talent Committee, 4, To get all my homework done for Mr. Walters. JANET ELLIOTT 70 Greylock Rd., Newtonville If I could bal dance all nighl. Jan, Born April 6, 1916: Generalg F. A. Day, Leland Powers, Newton Quill, 33 Outdoor Concert, 2, Gym Meet, 23 To live in the Statler and dance every night. DOROTHY MAY EATON 286 Derby St., West Newton HerseU' afuirer flower. Dotg Born December 19, 1915, Office Trainingg Levi Warreng To be a successful stenographer. ELIZABETH ELVVELL 398 Wolcott St., Auburndale To those who know lhee noi llfords can pa inl, And lhose who know lhee, Know all words arcfainl. Bettyg Born October 5, 1915, Language, Levi Warren, Wheaton, Honor Roll, 2, 33 French Club, 33 Legislature Alternate, 45 To get to the top. Th irly-lhree 1057 Walnut St., Newton Highlands "7 "" t.-:': - La.. like ' 0 ' I ' -2 if rg i?TSf'N'.ff we, Lf ' p - , 1 F - -1 1- to . A 1 w if 3' QE ' Q- ..,, - E--L . 4 , . 14 , ' ' if as 5 " , if -, ,: - , , f , Q-7 1' 1 3 ? ' - -' 'iff' ' :ff'f?f.!SsS2 ,c ?i5'rf 1:-'W f ,ff J " ' ' ':' ' H faaffsisi ,gif ai, 1 sw K ,S , . 5' .1 1 . K I A N .. M ..,f3a,w,,: ,Q L, me W, Vkkyk ragga., . ,, V, . 1 -3 .mrvsfg ,gf 3, " 1 1- . g 3 .-"2 " '-' ff as xv f axwiixsa Th iriyiour KATHARINE MARY EMIG 410 Newtonville Ave., Newtonvilla Some say shrfs quiel, 111114. Kay, Born June 28, 1915, Scientific, F. A. Day, Allegheny, Alpha Beta, 2: Basketball, 23 Tennis Tournament, 3, English Club, 3, 4, To travel through certain parts of Europe. MARGARET ESSON 41 Somerset Hd., WVest Newton There is laughler in her eyes. Miggie, Peggy, Born April 17, 1916, LBI'lglll1gEEQ Levi Warren, Bradford Junior College, Gym Meet, 2, 33 Drama Club Workshop, 33 Social Studies Club, 4, To be able to speak French better than the French teacher. .IOHN G. ENEGESS 942 Watertown St., West Newton You'd scarce ezpecl one rd' my age lo speak in public on the slage. Canarck, Born February 4, 19162 General, Levi VVarren, United States Coast Guard Academy, Foot- ball. 3, 43 Baseball, liflanager, 2: Varsity, 33 Spanish Club, 33 Drama Club, 4, Play. 4, Legislature, 3, Lunchrourn Squad, 3, Assembly Ilall Usher, 2, To be Admiral of the Paeitic fleet. HAROLD B. EVANS Benealh Ihr rule If men enlirelv great The pen is mighlier than the sword. Hal, Born January 18, 1914, Scientilic, Hyde3 Undecided, lli-Y, 53 Aviation Club, 3, Leezislature, 5, Board ol' Publications, 53 Home Room Manager, 5, Newtonite, 253 Copy Editor, 43 Sports Editor, 53 To buy out Hearst. JANET CONNING ENNIS 165 Grove St., Auburndale Thy modesly's a candle lo lhy merit. Jean, Bill, William, Hans, Born January 12, 1915, Lanzuage, Levi Warren, Middlobury3 Math Club. 4, English Club, 5, Glee Club, 53 To catch a pink elephant. MILDRED BERNICE FARRIS 610 Watertown St., Newtonville As quiet as a nun. Diddy, Born Blarch 21, 1916, General, Union High School, Union, Mc., Miss Wheelonk's School, To teaeh in a kindergarten. ALFRED J. ERNST 21 Paul St., Newton There is some consolalivn in lrying lo do wha! is righl. Oink, A12 Born December 23, 19153 Business, Mason, Undecided, llome Room Manager. 4, To stay single, until married. MARY F EERICK 24 Woodbine Ter., Aubumdalc She'd zmderlake lo prove byforce of argument. Born June 9, 1915, Scientific, Levi Warren, Hospital Training, French Club, 3, English Club, 4. 80 Maplewood Ave., Newton Centre 225 Langley Rd., Newton Centre 5 Brae Burn Rd., Auburndale 177 Derby St., West Newton , - 4 Hemel' HT ts? sw" 'ff' ' swf-3 Iwi.,-.fs .sf,..sv 3 ' ,.f., - , - 3. - 3,-wif , .ifisififi 1 1 K V " ' I' ' ' "" 'Z A ' W' if .z . ..-3 ,ppt ' Z - 3,1 is . gig use 1 - "'Y!'f""f8- ' 1 "' .. 'DA ' gli? fi F21-2513 J? 14 . ... J A--'z A 5 . A . s. DAVID COAN FELT 144 Hancock St.. Auburndale I am wrapped in dismal Ihinking. Jocko, Pasco3 Born June 30, 19143 Mathematics3 Levi Warren3 Worcester Polytechnic Institute: Na- tional Honor Society, 3, 43 Alpha Beta, 23 Aviation Club, 43 Lunehroom Work, 43 Senior Play, 43 Glee Club, 43 To be able to singg to understand women. BARBARA FLECKNOE 1624 Centre St., Newton Highlands I would help olhers because offellowship. Barbs, Barby, Barbg Born May 6, 19151 Generalg Nlason: Soccer, I3 Alpha Beta, 13 Home Room Busi- ness Manager, 1, 33 Outdoor Concert, 2, 53 Spanish Club, 43 Drama Club, 33 Gym Meet, 1, 3, 43 Prize- Speaking Contest, 3. MARY ANN E. FERZACCA A smile like Mary's is worlh a great deal in lU'e. Fezzy, Mae3 Born February 2, 1914-3 Oflice Training3 IAr1i1SOI1: Burdett3 Home Economics Club, 23 Social Studies, 43 To travel and enjoy life. DAVID OLIVER FLETCHER The man lhal blushes is nol quile Il brule. Dave, Fletch: Born July 19, 19133 Gencral3 Mason: University of New Hampshireg Band, 1, 2. 33 Class Orchestra, 43 Ilome Room Manager, 33 Outdoor Con- cert, I, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play Usher, 53 Social Studies Club, 53 Basketball, 13 Chorus, 1, 43 To have as many alibis as the Baron. AUSTIN W. FISHER, Jn. I am purl of all lhal I haw' mel. Bud, AIISIYQ Born January 25, 1916: Scientific3 Levi WHFFSDQ Massachusetts Stateg Orange Book, 33 Foot- ball, 3, 43 Assembly Usher, 33 Honor Roll, 4: Assistant Manager, Basketball, 23 Junior Dance, 33 Traflic Squad, 33 To ride a bucking horse in a rodeo. VIRGINIA NEWELL FLETCHER 57 Greyloek Rd., Newtonville And silently she thought deep thoughts. Ginny, Fletch3 Born October 27, 19153 Languageg F. A. Dayg Mt. Holyokeg Hockey, 23 Varsity, 3, 43 Class Team, 43 Soccer, 3. 43 Basketball, 2, 4, Class Team, 43 Baseball, 2, 3, 43 Track, 2, 3, 43 Social Studies Club, 43 Newtonian, 4. PAUL JOSEPH FITZPATRICK His good nalure is wilhoul an equal. .- Filly: Born January 5, 19163 Business3 Levi Warren: Boston University3 To get a job. BARBARA FOOTE 33 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville A perfccl woman, noblv planned: To warn, lo comforl, and command. Bunny3 Born November 26, 19153 General3 F. A. Day3 Miss Wheelock's3 Home Room Manager, 2: Tennis Tournament, 2, 3, 43 Tennis Team, 3, 43 Gym Meet, 33 English Club, 43 Scholarship Roll, 43 To live, love, and learnl l Th if-ly-five 3753. , - 3 N., -Q 1 f ' - Q. we '-'- A .,. 1. X M -3,.f.,,, . , . -- , v w- K "'1?'I. JJ.. 41' ' , ..- , ,,... .t , A . , ..,. . ,sl .W . .M H at . am.. f . 1--1-'wr' V-. 313. . .:-- 41 --i A - f fy 92 . 3- .3 . it at , welt --fe "3 -M-'--'nn ilf elh - 3: I . 932:-iff' - ' " 14 - g t 3-Qef ""'s""'3"' .. Jf3""G 33A'if3Je 'Lfy JANE AUREL Noi that I I-lydeg Abhottg Secretary of .lu Outin Club 4 DONALD W. Junior Varsity Massachusetts Cross Country, Thirly-sir RICHARD RONALDSON FORBES 448 Woodward St., Waban There's lhe humor of il. Born December 2, 19151 Scientific3 Dick, Forbsy3 Levi WHFPHDQ COFII0llQ Football, 3, 43 Track, 3, 43 Hi-Y, 43 Committee of 75, 33 Honor Roll, 43 To compete in pro-hockey, baseball, and football. RICIIARD MAYNARD FRANCIS 36 Whittemore Rd., Ncwton He is jirsl un alhlele. Dick, Cannonball, Rango, Frannie3 Born January 10, 19163 Mathematicsg Bigelow3 Pennsylvania State3 In termediatc Football: Varsity Footballg Varsity In- door and Outdoor Track, 3, 43 Freshman and Interme- diate Baseball3Freshman Soccer: Home Room Manager, 2, 43 Ili-Y, 43 Honor Roll, 1, 23 Outdoor Chorus, 1,2,3,4. IE FORTE 115 Allerton Rd., Newton Highlands like work less, bul I like fun more. Tortie, Janie3 Born September 1, l9l53 Lllllgllflgllil Basketball, I, 2, 3, 4, Manager, 3, 43 Varsity, 3, 43 Soccer, 1, 2, 3, 43 Hockey, 1, 23 Gym Meet, 1, 2, 33 Band, 1, 2, 33 Varsity Orchestra, 1, 2, 33 nior Class3 Secretary of Senior Class3 Girls' Vice-President of Associates, 43 Legislature. 3, 43 President 4' Librar Club 4' Execu- E . . ,. f . . Y Y , tive Board, 43 Newtonian Staflg To be serious. RICHARD MAITLAND FRASER 48 Eldredge St.. Newton And when a lEliVlS in lhe vase - Dick, Frazg Born August 30, 19l51 General Aca' demic3 Rigelcw3 Bentley School ol' Accounting and Finance3 Basketball, 13 Outdoor Concert, I, 2, 3, 43 Tennis, 33 Varsity Tennis, 43 Drama Club, 43 Drama Club Play, 43 Social Studies Club, 43 Traflic Squad, 23 Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 43 To lead a colored orchestra. FOVVLER 398 Linwood Ave., Newtonville I wish 'lwere bed lime. Don3 Born March 8, 10163 General3 F. A. Day: Baseball, 23 Junior Varsity Hockey, 2: Varsity Football, 43 To be able toldccidc which one of several ambitions IS safe for publicity. MARY A. FRAYER 206 VVahan Ave., VVaban You hear lhal girl laughing? You lhilik she's all fun? Born August 1. 1915: Language: Ann Arbor, Mich.: Vllellesleyg Gym Meet, 33 Drama Club Workshop, 3, 43 Chairman. 43 Social Studies Club, 43 French Club..31 Senior Play Prompter, 4: Legislature, 43 Newtonian Copy Editor, 43 Varsity Hockey, 43 National Ilonor Society, 3, 4: Archery, 33 Scholarship Roll, 2, 3, 43 To do enough history to satisfy Miss South. JAMES L. FOWLER 16 Taft Ave., West Newton A lighl hearl lives long. Jim3 Born June 25, 19153 Business: F. A. Day: Nautical School3 Social Studies, 3, 43 33 To grow grapefruits without seeds. AREA MURIEL FREEMAN 67 Davis Ave., West Newton Nolhirzg hinders or daunls me. Frisky3 Born December 1, 19163 Scientificg Levi Warreng Art School3 Hockey, 33 Spanish Club, 33 To be contented . - f r .... 1 ' Et.: .1-w rl. K . 3 -rid-41-fuse - RH, ' Y ln - " . L'fU""""!ri ' 'G 2 "' f,15fP:ff1ff?1fft' 1. L' i'5-Hifi 'law .1 H asv,-sz fm .Eff ,Lp 31-1 3 I ' ' 1 v 3' Lili.. it ...ht W. in 3,543 4-4. ' -s u ve- .fwsz swf- .Sw ft 2 ' " ,f1:vfsQ',- t, 'LTU' - 1' . , - -It . ' ' - " A -aff' fm- ,.-V., .s-. 11S?1....5Ef55"337lfis?a, ,143 v x34k, xii! LLOYD SWETT FREEMAN, JR. 184 Pine Ridge Rd., Waban None named him but lo praise. Swett, Lloydg Born April 3, 19161 Mathematics: Levi WLIFFCIIQ Franklin Uniong Aviation Club, 43 lIonor Roll, 23 To develop a more reliable shortfwave. ANNA LORETTA GAISUNAS 15 Williams St., Newton Upper Falls A dainty girlfrom head to toe: with laughing eyes and lots of beuuz. Ann: Born November 2, 19163 Office Training: Need- ham IIigh3 Baseball, 13 Honor Roll, 23 Basketball, 13 Outdoor Concert. 2: Ilome Economics. 23 Chorus. 23 Gym Meet, 33 Hockey, 13 To he private secretary to Baron Munchausen. FULLER 27 Stiles Ter., Newton Centre Joy is not in thingsg It is in me. MARY JANE Tinkag Born town Junior High: Aviation Club, lg Tennis, 23 Social studies Club, 43 To act in plays by Barrie, Ibsen, and . haw. February 26, 1915: Scientific: W'ater- J. HOWARD GALLAGHER 10 Howe Rd., Newton Centre There is no gathering the rose without being pricked by the thorns. Howie, John II., Born February 14, 1916, Scientilicg Moses Browng New Hampshire Stateg Legislature, 2. ROBERT J. M. FYFE, Jn. 41 VVyman St., Vllaban Good humor makes all things tolerable. Bob3 Born September 24, 19153 Scientilic: Levi Warren3 Norwich University: Harvard Medical, Track, 13 Aviation Club, 1, 2g Home Room Manager. 1, 23 Decorations for Senior Banquet, 43 To be a chief surgeon. JOIIN MARTIN 1002 Boylston St., Newton Highlands Which I have earned with Ihc sweat 1 H . Johnnyg Born August 26, 1015, MLltll9lH!ltICSQ Hyde: M. VI. T.: Alpha Beta, Treasurer, 1, President. 23 Legnslature, 1, 23 Debating Club. 3, 43 Math Club, 3, 43 lXl0Vlll0Illt0, 3, 43 Newtonian, 43 Ilonor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Banquet Decorating Committee Chairman, 33 National Honor Society, 3, -Lg Senior Play Properties, 43 Orange Book, 33: To wrap Einstein in curved space, and prove Millikan wrong. GRACE LOUISE GAI GALLAGIIER J mv brow 21 Central St., Auburndale IVhal I aspirrd Io be, And was not, comforts me. Graeie3 Born April 6, 19161 Language: Levi War- ren: RSQISQ Gym Meet, 2, 33 Chorus, 23 Baseball, 33 Outdoor Concert, 23 Trallic Squad. fl-3 Basketball, 43 Soccer, 23 To go far in the business world. ELEANOR LORRAINE GASSETT 37 Mouritfort Rd., Newton Ilighlands VVise to resolve and patient to perform. L, Ellieg Born February 9, 1916: Seientificg Hydeg Simmons: Gym Meet, 1. 2: Senior Banquet Com- mittee, 33 Social Studies Club. Ll-3 Drama Club Work- shop, 43 Honor Roll, 31 Drama Club Play Commit- tee, 43 To get eertified in algebra. Th irly-seven r gf i WV' ' I' -' """' " F, 1 l,, , ,, L L: 1 3 'il 14 if ,- ,., as fe 1 '21 fx , , -fe' A - ' - -'W 3 , A fm, Y lg ,elsif K 1 -- " - f ' , I . " , i , "" .L -A f A, , , ,ag 232 ewiewtwe . ,ww ' 15911 . it fx.. Q, 'lla-.v' -. :Elsie fi. iz Th irly-e ight VERNA PHYLLIS GAZIANO 502 California St., Newtonville I pray lhee, lhen, wrile me as one lhal loves his fellow men. Vi, Born September 19, 1914, General, F. A. Day, Normal School, Ilome Economics Club, 2, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, To be able to speak French fluently. ROBERT POTTER GIDDINGS 29 Berwick Rd., Newton Centre Genius musl be born and never can be bonghl. Bob, Born February 20, 1915, Language, Nlasou, University of Rochester, Neophytes, 2, Sophomore Talent Assembly, 2, Drama Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, Social Studies Club, 5, President, 5, Senior Play, 5, Newtonian Feature Editor, 5, Scholarship Roll, 5. ANTHONY BIAGIO GERACI 216 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Mussolini is also a greal lflllft. Chubby, Jerry, Howard, Born April. 26, 1914, Business, Emerson, New York University, Junior Varsity Football, 2, Intermediate Varsity Football, 3, Varsity, 4, Chorus, 2, Golf, 3, To be a second Mun- chausen. FRANK PAUL GIGLIOTTI 25 Alden Pl., West Newton None bn! himself can be his parallel. Bibo, Born August 31, 1914, Business, Levi Warren, Football, 2, 3, Cross Country, 2, 3, 4, Track, 3, 4, Baseball, 3, 4, To steal Chico Marx's little green hat. VIRGINIA KATHERINE GEYER 1658 Centre St., Newton Ilighlands She alone haslens lo opporlanilyfs call, In response lo ils challenge lo all. Jinny, Born August 9, 1915, General, Hyde, Framingham Normal, Class Basketball, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, 4, Publicity Committee, Senior Play, Class Soccer, 4, Track, 3, 4, Home Eco- nomics Club, 3, -4, Gym Meet, 3, To bc a successful teacher and be able to give moderate assignments. PHILIP MANSFIELD GILES 148 Warren St., Newton Centre While I nodded, napping, h Suddenly there came u lapping. Blondy, Born May 15, 1915, Business, Mason, Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Hockey, Varsity, 4, To graduate with high honor. l STEWART KNOWLTON GIBSON, Jn. 40 Sylvan Ave., West Newton An infallible source of unquestionable informulion. Gibby, Hoot, Stew, Born April 25, 1915, Scientific, Levi Warren, Wentworth, Camera Club, 2, 3, 4, 5, President, 5, Newtonite Photographer, 3, 4, 5, New- tonian Photographer, 3, 5, Motion Pictures, 2, 3, 4, 5, To be able to back up every statement that I make. MARY GILPIN 829 Chestnut St., Waban A brighl spark has kindled many fires. Bunny, Born July 17, 1915, General, Levi Warren, Miss Sackers, Gym Meet, 2, French Club, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, Chorus, 2, Outdoor Concert, 2, To be an artist. sr: 4+ it 1:11 we 'V 1 ' ' 'r' " fr l ' .. "'- 'P'-,A . V - ' , W .Shi . z?ii'Ziwv we fe: Jigga? M522 ..si1fesr.fwie, 1 'iii :I Eff: - " -TFP'-'N-l 4 PW L 'el V 'lx - Q' t vi. Q - EL-:..Jl" w -Q "7" '. - 750 -f ii A 'C A A i 7545 if fi Q' " 3351 , E7 it .fp-5i:::,, gif, . I . 7k,::?: it W Jr:i......1....:..,. , S. MARJORIE GISSLER dance. 123 Clark St., Newton Centre Neal. nol gnurlv. Marge: Born November 8, 1913: General: Somer- ville High: Catherine Gibbs: To have a perfect atten- IRENE MARIE GOGUEN 27 Cherry St., VVest Newton A mislress of herself lhough China fall. Bono: Born September 8, 1915: Olliee Training' Levi Warren: Massachusetts General Hospital: Exeeul tive Committee, 4: Social Studies Club, 4: Prom Com- mittee, 4: National Honor Society, 4: To remain single and retire a rich old maid. GERTRUDE GLYNN 215 Tremont St., Newton 'Tis lhe lozvelirsl hair in lhr- world. Gert, Teddy: Born January 15, 1915: General: Bigelow: Burdelt: Soccer, 3: Outdoor Concert, 2: To have Kay's laugh patented. MORTON M. GOLDFINE 50 Woozlchester Drive, Chestnut Hill Up, up, mvfriend and qui! yo 01' surelv y0u'llgl'o1U double. ur book, Goldie. Sully. Butch: Born Oetober 30. 1014: Scien- tilic: Boston Latin School: Brown University: To become a gentleman and scholar. JOSEPHINE STUART GLYNN 225 Dorset Rd., Waban A volume, Uread well. Jo: Born February 22, 1916: Language: Levi Vllarren: Wellesley: Alpha Beta, 2: Alpha Gamma Tau, 3: English Club, 4: Drama Club, 4: Outing Club, 4: Newtonian Staff, 4: Home Boom Manager, 4: Honor Roll, 2, 3. 4: Hockey, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society, 4: Basketball. 2, 4: Soccer, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Gym Meet, 2, 3: To hc definite in English. KARL PERLEY GOODNVIN 26 Aberdeen St., Newton Highlands Dealhlcss honor nwails on per.s'e1'ering genius. Perley. Pearl. Born April 2, 1916: Mathematics: Hyde: M, I. T.: Business Manager Newtonian, 4' Newtonite, 3, 4: Debating Club, 3, President, 4: Na- tional Honor Society, 3, President, 4: Honor Boll, 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 1: Aviation Club, 1: Dance Com- mittee. 1: Legislature, l, 4: Drama Board, 4: Fresh- man-Sophomorc Prize-Speaking, 2: Board of Publica- v tions, 4: To overcome my inferiority oo SARAH GODSOE 1066 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Thoughtful and nice. she goes her way. Sallie: Born December 12, 1914: General: Hyde: Miss Chamberlain's: Tennis Tournament, 1, 2: Out- door Coneert, 2, 3: Glee Club, 2, 3: Chorus, 3: Girls' Gym Meet, 4: Ilome Boom Manager, 2, 3: To flap pancakes in Bob Berger's. SALVATORE 405 Cherry St., West Newton And hs played goU all day and mplex. J. GORGONE f'l0l'E. Chester: Born March 14, 1915: Business: Levi VVarren: To break 80 on a golf course. I Th irly-n ine .-:,. iii' .rf"'nr 1' ' we fy eff ref-Q,Q,,g, gg' ff ' Li - W - --' -' " ,,. ..,. " ' 'lf'-Us - get rr , I-N--A--11-me - -, . . - - -1,--. -,Q-its . .,,,v,f, f, ,, 2, 1,5 , Y, ,t gf if z, ,:. L- -f '25 its-Qibstiw I it 'YV' yt- ,,ggZ:. figs?-. an :ze-, E-7.5" 'S -, ef- - - - - 1 .ld - - -4 75 + " " ' ' A a,??,Qf5,,9?gfe1i5L Kg- 1 iiiel., " "" K 'k" ' ' ,' ' . - vi f A -25. 19554 fi in 'W i -k i -3------4-- . . Legg " , , 1453-,ge iz, eg., Forty PHYLLIS EVELYN GOUGH 153 VValnut St., Newtonville Happy am I,' from cure I'mfree.' Payf, Born April 3, 1915, General, F. A. Day, Girls' Dress Assembly, To succeed at something, BRADFORD HARRISON GREEN E 107 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville He makes sweet music. Brad, Born September 1, 1915, Language, F. A. Day, Bowdoin, Varsity Orchestra, 2, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country, 4, Senior Talent As- sembly, 4, Committee for Choosing Class Photographer 4, Alternate to Legislature, 4, To be a second Guy Lombardo. MARJORIE DAVIS GOULD 36 Oxford Rd., Newton Ccntrc Her voice was ever scjl, yenlle, and law, Marge, Marnie, Onsie, Born November 16, 1916, Language, Mason, Colby College, Alpha Beta, 1, 2, Band, 1, Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, Class Orchestra, 2, Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, Alpha Gamma Tau, Play, 3, English Club, 4, Newtonite, 4, Honor Roll, l, 2, 4, Senior Play Publicity Committee, Archery, 2, 3, Chorus, 1, National Honor Society, 4, To tell a man something. MARJORIE GREENE 1038 Centre St., Ncwton Centre Slill walers run deep. Marge, Born December 26, 1915, Scientific, Mason, Denison University, Chorus, l, 2, Glee Club, 1, Our- door Concert, 1. 2, Baseball, 1, 2, Archery, 2, 3, Basketball, 1, 2, 4, Class Varsity, 1, 2. Captain, 1, Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, Legislature, 1, Senior Play Publicity Committee, Social Studies Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To have a good vocabu- lary. MARY KATHERINE GRAMZOW 58 VValnut Pk., Newton Silence more musical Ihan any song. Born February 16, 1916, Scientific, Our Lady's High, Framingham Normal, Gym Meet. 1, 2, 3, Baseball, 1, 3, To sell umbrellas in the Sahara Desert. EDWARD WILBUR GRETIIE 97 Austin St., Ncwlonvillc Where inure ix mean! lhari meels lhe ear. Ed, Eddie, Born December 3, 1914, Scientilic, F. A. Day, Keuts Ilill, Baseball, Intermediate, 3, Varsity, fl-, Football, 2, Varsity, 4, Basketball, 2, Varsity, 4, Anti-Bumming Campaign, 1 ,Outdoor Concert, 3, Hi-Y, 4, To he a success at whatever I may attempt. JOHN JAMES GRAVES 31 Rockland Pl., Newton Upper Falls Our lhoughls and our conducl are our men. John, Moe, Born January 18, l916, Language, Emerson, Massachusetts Statc, To work and become somebody. JAMES L. GRIFFITH 309 lVehstcr St., Aubumdale Here dwells no frown nor anger. Jimmie, Tuffy, Herman, Born February 16, 1914, Scientilie, Levi Vllarren, University ol' Southern Cali- fornia, Anti-Bumming Ride Campaign, 1, Traflic Squad, 2, 3, Lunch Squad, 3, 4, Aviation Club, 2. 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, Legislature, 2, 4, Home Room Manager, 3, 4. 5: Social Studies Club, 3, 5, President, 5, Newtonite, 3, Sports Editor, 4, Newtonite Charm, 4, Varsity Football Manager, 4, To travel. iff! isles. . M - " ' " hK" i A " E '., 1, w .--,.. K V .u ri ggi A . kg jfi 5 Q E Kiel- f I- '41 " i E6 " " ' 'a - f - g, - - ,, - . 7 , t .V se, H 1525 -.-F74 is 3 ? f "". v - - 'Q' -fr A -ff in ' 1--'-:-1-A-em , ", . xy., nn. WWF- " NATHANIEL C. GROBY 24 Duflield Rd., Auburndale As fhe grace of man is in lhe mind, so lhe beau!-v of mind is in eloquence. Nat: Rom April 30, 1915: Mathematics: Levi Warren: Middlebury. HELEN H. HALLAS 56 Paul St., Newton Centre She is air-minded, bu! noi lighl-headed. Hel: Born June 26, 1915: General: Mason: Bouve: Basketball, 1, 2, 4: Baseball, 1, 2, 4: Tennis, 2, 3: National Honor Society, 4: Band, 1, 2, 3: Orchestra, 1, 2, 3: Legislature, 1, 2, 4: Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4: Avia- tion, 1, 4: Camera, 4: Outing, 4: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, 4: To have fewer ambitions. GEORGE VVARREN HAINES 44 Ripley St., Newton Centre If silence were golden, he would be rich. Baldy: Born August 12, 1914: General Business: Mason: Anti-Bumming Ride Campaign, 1: Lunch Squad, 3. HELEN LOUISE HALLECK 46 Jerome Ave., West Newton A real Soulhern belle, A merry Iwinkle in her eye, And a pleasant smile as she passes by. Pee-Wee, Honey: Born February 22, 1915: Oflice Training: Emerson: Wood's Commercial College: Anti- Bumming Campaign, 1: Gym Meet, 2: Outdoor Con- cert, 3, 4: Commercial Club, 4: Chorus, 3, 4: To live and die in Dixie. MARJORIE B. HAINES 62 Sheffield Rd., West Newton Virlue and genuine graces in lhemselves speak wha! no words can uller. Marge: Born July 22, 1915: General: Brighton High: Finishing School: To run an antique shop on Cape Cod in the summer time. HARRY II. HAM, Jn. 121 Windsor Rd., Waban The men who make hislory have no lime lo wrile il. Born lVlay 20, 1915: Scientific: Levi Warren: Dart- mouth: Intermediate Hockey, 3: Football, 3: To be a lawyer. EDITH EVELYN IIALL 434 North Main St., Natick May il not be a mulling ambilion. Snooks, Edie: Born October 10, 19153 General: Natick High: Colby Junior: Basketball, 3: Tennis, 3: Archery, 3: Soccer, 2: To sell puppy biscuits to dog fish. AMY SOUTHWELL HAMBURG-ER 79 Dickcrman Rd., Newton Highlands Ever willing fo argue Bu! even more willing Io give in. Squibby, Skeeter: Born October 25, 1915: Language: Hyde: Wellesley: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 33 Hockey, 1: Assembly Usher, 2: Camera Club, 3: Basketball, 3: Scholarship Roll, 1, 4: Newtonian Committee, 4. F orl y -one K 1 ,, i , 'mai 1' is L 5' r 'fifii' Ji, ,3fl?if 1 13, 2,1 fjg wuszfssiesi. ,-me ,. fi 42- 2 I 1. ,i ew ' 7 f .4 wif-fszfiezs' .fnifiaisszsif KM ' 12, 252 if eff- ' 'Pill we A, f,at:eisLz:nsz -Y ss Qt- gy. fzzwvmsfigf, ':5:z,age2am,. ,1gfs1,5Q2:,. e'f','e 'g4,eff,.f,,f gf 3,551 wele, . k Wgaffw 'fm ?f5af55f!'::'. ygftggi.-3. .ga Egg, Nt if znnfgiigua-u 'rv-'-'-"Hr f t. 5liglLQi"'m'i"ffT al 3? . all-T.-4--i .1 ' Q. pgg1sE:d3-Zaz ot :ye-it FREDERIC HAMMOND 133 Eastbourne Rd., Newton Centre Sigh no more, ladies: be of good cheer. Fred, Born February 9, 1914, General, Mason, Cornell, Neophytes, 1, 2, Drama Club, 3, 4, Lunch Squad, 2, 3, 4, Traffic Squad, 2, 3, Home Room Manager, 2, 3, Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, To fly with John Hennessy. BARBARA N. HARRINGTON 53 Court St., Newtonville Life is so shorl - why waste il wilh worry? Barbs, Born October 1, 1915, Language, F. A. Day, Simmons, Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Varsity, 3, 4, Basket- ball, 2, 3, 4, Class Varsity, 2, 3, Tennis, 2, 3, Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 3, Alpha Beta, 2, Lacrosse, 4, To ride around South Station on bag- gage cars. SYLVIA E. HANAUER 100 Hammond St., Chestnut Hill Jus! as high as my hearl. Syl, Shrimp, Born July 24, 1915, Scientific, Brook- line, Sargent, Gym Meet.. 1, 2, 3, German Club, 4, Honor Roll, 2, To be Mutt rather than Jeff. LEIGHTON GORHAM HARRIS 185 Highland Ave., Newtonville And when I1 lazlv's in the ease, You know all olher things give place. Leigh, Born August 24, 1914, Mathematics, F. A. Day, Tufts, Basketball, 1, 3, 4, Tennis, 3, 4, Tourna- ment, 2, 25. 4, English Club, 4, English Club Play, 4: Cheer Leader, 5, Legislature, 5, Hi-Y, 5, To "So0oo" for Ed VVynn. CAROL HANSEN 5 Cheswiizk Rd., Auburndale Sofl eyes dial gaze on me. Bug, Born April 1, 1915, Scientific, Levi Warren, Portia Law School, Outdoor Concert, 2, Gym Meet, 3, Tennis Tournament, 3, Home Economics Club, 4: English Club, 4, English Club Play, 4, To rid the country of evil doers. FRANCES PAULINE HARRISON 29 Brewster Rd., Newton Highlands Somrlimes I si! and think, and olher limes I jus! sit. Polly, Toodie, Jim: Born March 26, 1915, Scientific, Hyde, Rollins, Aviation Club, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club, 2, 3, 4, English Club, 4, Gym Meet, 1, 3, Outdoor Concert, 2, Archery, 3, Track, 3, To tell a story straight the first time. RALPH CURTIS HARPER 218 Grove St., Auburndale l'Villy ever, ofllimes clever. Harp Born November 18, 1915, Business: Levi Warren, Bentley's, Baseball, Intermediate, 3, Lunch- room Squad, 2, To make hay while it's raining. ELIZABETH TERESA IIART 153 Edinboro St., Newtonville Deep in my silenl heurl. Betty, Born May 6, 1915, Oflice Training, F. A. Day, Home Economics Club, 3, To have an ambition different from anyone else's. : K it 1' L4 " A Us s . 4 .L 5 5 ' s V -x,":-,arse-i,3.x ...'xQs., GORDON G. HARTLEN 262 River St., Vilest Newton Peace, peace: when lhere is no peace. Harpo, Born February 24, 1915, General Business, Levi Warren, Lunchroom Squad, 2, T0 earn my living. ROSE ANN PATRICIA HAYES 6 Saco St., Newton Upper Falls How dolh lhe busy lillle bee improve each shining hour. Anna, Born August 6, 1914, Ollice Training, Emer- son, Gym Meet. 1, 2, Hockey, 1, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, 1, 2, Base- ball, 1, 2, 3, Basketball. 1, 2, Home Economics Club, 4, To follow the footsteps of Lowell Thomas. LOIS MAYBELLE HARTYVELL 38 Charlemont St., Newton Highlands I worked wilh patience which means almosl power. Loie, Monty, Born January 4, 1916, Scientific, Hyde: Simmons, Alpha Beta, 1, 2, Soccer, 1, 2, Basket- ball, 2, Outdoor Concert, 2, French Club, 3, 4, Pub- licity Committee Senior Play, 4, French Club Play, 4, To get into Congress and have a law passed making it a criminal offence to call anyone a redhead. THOMAS L. HEATH 114 Lowell Ave., Newtonville He did nothing in parliealar and did il well. Tom, Born October 15. 1915, Scientific, F. A. Day, M. I. T: Stage Committee, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3, To feed relatives to ant eaters. EDA HELEN HARTWICH 17 Keefe Ave., Newton Upper Falls Noiseless as fear in a wide wilderness. Tilly. Shrimpy, Born November 20, 1915, Oliice Training, Emerson, Commercial Club, 4, To grow a few inches. MARGARET MARY HEGARTY 2197 Washington St., Newton Lower Falls And slill lhe wander grew Thai one small head could carry all she knew. Peggy, Born March 10, 1915, Ollice Training, Levi VVarren, Undecided, Baseball, 3, Outdoor Concert, 3, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4. HAROLD FRANCES HATTEM 1560 Washington St., VVest Newton Seen bal seldom heard. Pete, Born July 22, 1915, Business, Levi VVarren, Northeastern, Football,Junior Varsity, 2, Lunchroom Squad, 2, To sell toupees to baldheaded eagles. PATRICK J. IIEGARTY 2197 Washington St., Newton Lower Falls Good sense and good nalure are nerer separaled. Pat, Born February 29, 1916, Business, Levi Warren, Golf, 2, 3, Honor Roll, 3, To get a job. Forly-lhree ML :WH 'M .e 'it Fist fr---1' . - ,, ,,,4,,,,, 0, .,,, ,1'.:1..g,. : 11,1 v,,.,, , A , ,,,,, ,,,. ,, I l,..LIiI", " ' ' ',' ' ' ,' , -H . . ' ' Y ,, ,. il ' L " 1 ' ,E , we . .c .f1'..,-'ff : Lrg i - - free tit, ,632 gg, 7 E-ffnf: ' . S .,v. . 4--ff'-' Q. ,5, f ,,...:::+,.:f,f-ma. '39 ,a::.,-.,,.a- -4,:,g?::s::,m::f--, . we We 'fy gmt: ff-fav, MT we 4 .- -- Us f 1 . r 7 f . 4 .- ,,Q,4,,-V, ,,,A ,,1,i,4, Nl,.,,M7 V ., g1w,pt.,z , , i ."': :af'--az ,-jeg .gjs.":2 ,7 in U, J ,373 gy sth- 1,-'A'-W--:: w , . ,.., ff 2, FRANCIS D. IIEINRICII 7 Fayette St., Newton Be wisely worldly, Be not worldly wise. Born August 1, 1915, Business, Watertown High, To be an aviation pilot. JENNIE HERSHFIELD 24 Williams St., Newton Upper Falls A calm girl, and a calm voice. Jinny, Ginger, Born April 18, 1915, Office Training, Emerson, Undecided, Hockey, 1, Baseball, 1, Soccer, 1, Scholarship Roll, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, 2, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, 4, Chorus, 3, National Honor Society, 4. PAUL HENRICH 407 Central St., Auburndale A man not of words, but of actions. Jonesy, Shorty, Born September 6, 1914, Scientific, Levi Warren, Harvard, Varsity Band, 2, 3, Home Room Manager, 2, 4, To travel. JOIIN NELSE HERVAN 28 Austin St., Newtonville I dare do all that may become a man: who dares do more, is none. Rabbitt, Triple-threat, Born July 14, 1913, General, F. A. Day, Prep School, Basketball, 3, Baseball, 3, Football, 4, Baseball, 4, To hold my own in the Georg- ian's revolving door. IRENE HERLIHY 155 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Do good by stealth, and blush to find it fame. Born November 26, 1915, General, Bigelow, Gym School: Hockey, Varsity, 4, Class Team, 4, Soccer, 3, 4: Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 3, 4, Track, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club, 2, 3, Senior Play Committee, 4, To join the world and see the navy. 1490 Centre St., Newton Centre BARBARA HICKS 25 Hillside Rd., Newton Highlands Haste thee, now, and bring with thee Jest and youthful jollity. Hicksie, Born March 8, 1915, Language, Hyde, Wellesley, Alpha Beta, 1, French Club, 4, Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Soccer, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 1, 2, Archery, 2, To own dogs and dogs and dogs. ROBERT S. HERMANN 87 Washington St., Newton Not afraid of work, but not in sympathy with it. Bob, Babe, Born February 14, 1917, Language, Boston Latin, Harvard, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4, Debat- ing Club, 3, 4, Baseball, 3, 4, Newtonian Sports Editor, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To sell Yale locks to Harvard students. JOHN JAMES HIGGINS Fortyd' our The world knows nothing of its greatest men. Jack, Born June 3, 1915, Business, Bigelow: Un- decided, Outdoor Concert, 1, Committee of 75, 3, Intermediate Hockey, 3, Assistant Business Manager, 1, Newtonite, 3, Tennis Team, 3, 4, Home Room Manager, 2, 4, To say the right thing at the right time. l s ..a..f.:.r.... f"""f We ,..,, as ,...T,,- 'i""i":-eefi- lr N 3 f A we ',Yv -H fe fe 'SM I "J-xi-.inXX "-,.Y , "7 ' 1. s r --'- if g rf- 1 3 " :-. . -fm fs-Mgt. r:a...:f,g 3 ,ng :::- Q..-:ff..z,y .,... 3 sig-2-s: :S ,"-.ae-:,,,gf,.f 9-., a s af Q , f- ,f '- 1 . E- s -' :lf ' " 'Y-':.. L A sfztsvf 4: 1 4:1 vga. swf ff ,gf s--.lg . l l 4 - . , W Q , - - " , + 7--- i s H-52.21111--4 ii ll MARY AGNES HIGGINS 105 Pearl St., Newton Friendship is an asset I shall never cease to treasure. May, Jane: Born February 4, 1913: Office Training: Bigelow: Bryant 8L Stratton: Chorus 2, 4: Lunchroom, 3, 4: To tour the world, helping people on the way. EARL STEWART HIRTH 19 Fenno Rd., Newton Centre A sunny temper gilds the edges of life's blackest clouds. Born February 24, 1915: Commercial: Mason: Boston University: Aviation Club, 1, 2: Junior Varsity Baseball, 2: Inter-Class Track Meet, 3: Outdoor Track, 4: To sell frigidaires to the Eskimos. ELEANOR FRANCES HILDRETH 104 Elgin Rd., Newton Centre Ambition is the source from which all nobleness grows. Bom November 29, 1914: Scientific: Clarke High, Cleveland, Ohio: Colby Junior: French Club, 4: Executive Committee, 4: Senior Prom Committee, 4: To find what makes the ouija board work. ALFRED JAMES HOITT 30 Bernard St., Newton Highlands And panting time toiled after him in vain. Al, Freddie, Peelot: Born May 7, 1916: Business: Emerson: Lunchroom Squad, 4: To be the world's most noted dare devil ace. MARY BRIGHAM HILL 1046 Centre St., Newton Centre The play's the thing. Born July 26, 1916: Language: Levi Warren: Wheaton: Decoration Committee for Senior Banquet, 3: French Club, 3, 4: Library Club, 3, 4: Legislature, 4: Senior Play: Traffic Squad, 3: Honor Roll, 2: To live down the mysterious boy friend. MARGARET HODGES 105 Waban Pk., Newton I must down to the seas again, To the lonely sea and the sky. Maggie, Peggy, Marge: Born July 29, 1915: Scien- tific: Bigelow: National Park Seminary: Alpha Gamma Tau, 3: Varsity Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3: Archery, 2, 3, 4: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 3. 4: Com- mittee of 75, 3: To find the toast in Lucky Strikes. DOUGLAS PARKER HILLIARD 21 Floral St., Newton Highlands Good sense and good nature are never separated. Dou : Born June 5, 1915: General: Hyde: Business: Social Studies Club, 4: To carve a piece of green cheese out of the moon with my little penknife. MARJORIE HOLCOMB 86 Hyde Ave., Newton As quiet as a mouse, as wise as an owl. Midge: Born March 3, 1914: Scientific: Central High School, San Juan, Porto Rico: French Club, 3: Newtonite, 3: Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4: Gym Meet, 2: Senior Essay and Poem Contest: To End some ambition and use lt. F orly-five ,Pj ,,iJf,1"i,-,Q ,Ei Q t 1... Sarees Q - , n f I " -A 5' i -,- azlfwsaw 1.1. - -ff, V1 - 'ff W H if - ' A' 1 2 , , ' ii' e aff-S13 .4 P 1 . 1 f f .-e l .qv - ,Y 1' Q ,, 9iza?s1fs' ,'H' We-',': v fl. t u gs' ,we-3 ,Q 'sf ,a2gs,,,g,,, 1f,,.,,,:,.,,,,,,,,,.,.:...... V--- Q Y. H u , Fr ,Pls , u lhffc S425 'Q-1 tw, ff? f, -.5,.',,'s . 'Z'-' . .. , 9' V - V nat ,ff f LW .. f. Jaw a ,s,, ,f ,, -,wl1eai,s.,f:, , 'lslsfit ,,.fi,1s2T., ' u 1: V wir , at ,!1Q,',,yhJ-till Lk gn, 3, l Forty-s iz ARTHUR WESTON HOLLIS, Jn. 90 Washington St., Newton A cup musl be biller that a smile will not sweelen, .Bubsey, Art, Born August 19, 1913, Scientific, Bigelow, To beat Doug Wilson at his own game. MARGARET IIOWATT 1470 Beacon St., Wahan As lamps burn silent with unconscious lighl, S0 modest ease in beauty shines most bright. Peggy: Born January 15, 1916, Scientific, Levi Warren, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Neophytes, 2, Drama Club, 4, English Club, 4, Basketball, 2, To push a lawn- mower in a straight line. JUSTIN GEORGE HOPFE 39 Indiana Ter., Newton Upper Falls Thoughl is deeper than all speech. Yoff, Butch, Born April 14, 1916, Business, Emer- son, Junior Varsity Football, 3, Legislature, 3, Lunch- room Squad, 4, To see a scoreless basketball game. WILLIAM FREDERICK HOWLEY 416 Parker St., Newton Centre Strong of body and of heart. Bill, Wolf, Pup, Born August 19, 1913, Business, Hyde, B. U., Indoor, 3, Outdoor Track, 3, Football, 4. CHARLES GILBERT HOUGHTON, JR. 62 Elmore St., Newton Center. Victory follows me. Charlie, Born December 7, 1914, Scientific, Hunting- ton, Harvard, Hockey, Captain, 3, 4, Baseball, 3, 4, Tennis, 3, 4, Football, 4, Hi-Y, 4, Treasurer of Senior Class, 4, Vice-President and Clerk of the Associates, 4, To be left on a desert island with only a dictionary. MARION ELIZABETH HUBBARD 3 Hollis St., Newton To excel in one thing is commendable, To an-el in many things LS sublime. Tubby, Bud, Born January 30, 1916, Scientific! Bigelow, Massachusetts School of Art, Soccer, 1, 2, 3, 43 Gym Meet, I, 2, 3: Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Archery. 2, 3, French Club, 3, President, 4, Legislature, 4, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To be an artist and learn how to draw a big salary. RICHARD W. IIOVVARD 37 Eliot Ave., Wcst Newton Beller late lhan never. Dick, Born January 28, 1915, Scientilic, F. A. Day, Dartmouth, To be a successful dentist, CHARLES GARDNER IIUNT, Jn. 35 Woodclitl' Rd., Newton Highlands He labors, for he seeks results. Hunnie, Born September 6, 1915, Scientific, Hyde, VVorcester Polytechnic, .To find a way to make money faster than I can spend lt. f' 7""i"7'f'3""?"'Tf""'i"'W' .135 -v-1-rw' A In ""' 'E """ V"Lk , ix !',,f f 'nm-1-ee ' V , T4 me f--'ai XY, l' lt Lf? 'lt .li 3+ 'T S .vu rf Hx, Ala .wa 3 'Nfl' X is uk4'h.Kw - " lli'?.T.s.E. -ttf . Q .m f 1. S,-.yy is ug eq? 1 1,,rl'Vf li, ,Alfa sig if s 4? ,, zz ll 'ME 4 V, "X I fl LQ 3 aka.. '56, 1 ., M...-. ....... ., l ,z is , , ,. 1? -V V" li. Q 32:24-7 g,.ef'!. 4 4tF:1.,j'f.Q.12 5 53, ,-1, ,.,. , ELIZA LITCHFIELD HUNTER I 175 Walnut St., Newtonville Quiet, yet we know she's here. Lydie, Bom September 25, 1915, Language, F. A. Day, Wellesley, French Club, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club ' accompanist, 4, Basketball, 4, Outdoor Concert, 4, ' To be a second Paderewski. ROBERT ANDERSON IRWIN 161 Lowell Ave., Newtonville I work with patience, which means almost power. Bob, Winsk: Born May 28, 1915, Mathematics, F. A. Day, M. I. T., Social Studies Club, 4, German Club, 4, Debating Club, 4, Alternate to Legislature, 3, Cross Country, 3, Indoor Track, 2, 3, Outdoor Track, 3, Honor Roll, 2, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To see the world. HURLEY 100 Chestnut St., West Newton He enters the port with afull sail. Brother, Bom June 6, 1915, Business, Levi Warren, Aviation School, To be an aviator. EDWARD C. GRACE M. V. JACOBSON 369 Ward St., Newton Centre Friendship is love without his wings. Gracie, Gracie Allen, Born July 7, 1915, Ollice Training, Mason, Chandler, Home Economics Club, 2, 4, Commercial Club, 4, Honor Roll, 2, To join the mounted police and get my man. IMALDA FRANCES HURT 156 Charlesbank Rd. Dost thou love art for ar-t's sake? Bebe, Born June 11, 1913, General, F. A. Day, Museum of Fine Arts, Varsity Glee Club, 3, To be a second McClelland Barclay. WILLIAM HERBERT JAMES 82 Freeman St., Auburndale A lion among ladies is a most dreadful thing. Billy, Bill, Jessie, Born February 22, 1915, Business, Levi Warren, Cross Country, 3. WARREN LLEWELLYN HUSTON V 103 Court St., Newtonville Friendship! mysterious cement of the soul! Sweetener of lUeJ and solder of society. Husty, Hermit, Born October 31, 1914: General, F. A. Day, Dartmouth, President of Senior Class, 4, Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Varsity Basket- ball, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Varsity Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Varsity Hockey, 4, Senior Talent As- sembly, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 4, To become a big league ball ELISABETH M. JENKINS 341 Linwood Ave., Ncwtonville Those graceful acts, Those thousand decencies that daily flow From all her words and actions. Betty, Libbey, .Born August 12, 1914, General, St. Petersburg High, Fla., Rollins, To fall oil' a , horse gracefully. l player. Forty-seven "" v at it ,.-L...- . E., w e ' : i .. -'IS i ' 'G , ' , ,, . . , V, vi , fg - . . ,x ,zu 'seam -1 elf Q M Sgr Wu .Q LL 31- W - --1, 1 ' .., of 1 Q -I iz 2 S: "l ' fr. fszsezi is 1 2221515291-sf -Q '- gl' J - 1: '- 'Y 5 as if 2252522 sg., fs Wifi I 1 Q " - ' f- 'ME-lifts? .. 3-' ff T4f.:.,. 51551 Em. EU .' fir- ' .E will Allie: " Wig 1:21 'liz -f E.-4' ' , r-.Til mix lies. -- f fl 3 , fy . f. . 'laliwfmwiiwi .sn-sez?"-lf. wifi. erases in wmv 1 l. v- : : i 3 ' fwsw,f:,4f. .ms-aaii,4 -'wif me waste. fx 'eg M,-Q ef We 1 Jr ' ' ' A - a 1 Af IMT.. 55' ffwvxi 5 Raimi' es-at "WL rf W M i n Forty-eighl DAVID JENNINGS 234- Church St., Newton Good lhings come in small packages. Snapper: Born April 10, 1915: Business: Bigelow: To be able to sleep. EVELYN ISABELLE JOIINSTON 550 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Merry as a marriage bell. l Ev, Evie, Johnie: Born April 1, 1916: Ollice Train- ing: Mason: Chandler: Gym Meet, 1: Commercial Club, 4: Chorus, 1: Outdoor Concert, 1: To have Dot as my personal maid. KATHRYN JOBLING 3 Daniel St., Newton Centre Come, give us a Iasle of your qualily. Kay, Kitty: Born August 15, 1914: General Aca- demic: Mason: Art School: Chorus. 3, 4: Social Studies Club, 4: Home Economics Club, 4: Outdoor Concert, 3, 4: Gym Meet, 4: To be an interior decorator. MARCUS KALLMAN 1095 Commonwealth Ave.. Newton Centre 0 Romeo, Romeo! wherefore arl lhou Romeo. Mark: Born October 10, 1914: General: Brookline High: To delay procrastination. ARTHUR J. JOHNSON 4 26 Athelstane Rd., Newton Centre Lei lhe man lhal speaks less of him know him bellcr. Art: Born September 18, 1914: General: Mason: M. I. T.: To run a foundry. MINNIE KANEF 61 Washburn Ave., Auhurndale Away wilh books! I will draw my inspiralion from life. Mim: Born June 27, 1915: Scientific: Levi Warren: Boston University: Camera Club, 4: To make friends in all parts of this wide world. RUTH ELIZABETH JOHNSON 39 Stafford Rd., Newton Centre Nol lo be conspicuous or insignificant resalls in perfect companionship. Ruthie, Rufus: Born April 6, 1916: General: East Greenwich Academy: College of Osteopathy: Social Studies, 13 To be a famous osteopath. HENRY JOSEPH KEHOE 63 River St., West Newton An air-mindedfellow with a youd underslanding. Kaye: Born October 6, 1914: General Business: Levi Warren: To become a good fellow workman. R?" :Vue f. ai If L . --- i - ... ' ' , ,.,. ,. ' + - . ,,,, I A f. , H 3 I 1 - iv ,,,: 1, ,Q - - -Mfg-mit. -Q -saw, .A . - Muef- .M v . ... ....-. - - , , . ft 1 egg,-. ef is?':ii1'E7g'a ,:gf.1:z,33g ff' . , - :L :' D n 2 -- ., ' " ' 'Y uf- 'w 'Q 1 er 3? 2: -1 Ewa- '.--im. In . 4 My rs..e 1-4' 'iv 33,-wa. .a wg wwe - .asf 1--21. l ., '- ' - ' . X ,,.,sf!t. -h ft.: , I H 1. 35, ti ,ey ,awk ,,.. sa- eerie.. ok W, -1----w . I ,gg - fi ,, . iffiasai: Z-lt+f1,i1ivQ3: ""f5.x 2. 'K lug ewiga RICHARD ALBERT KEIL 1633 Washington St., West Newton The besi of ihe sporl is io do lhe deed and say noihing. Dick: Born July 16, 1914: General: Levi Warren: University of Wisconsin: Junior Varsity Baseball, 2: Intermediate Football, 3: Spanish Club, 4: Legislature, 4: Social Board, 4: Executive Committee. 4: Senior Prom Committee: Hi-Y, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer, 5: To sell ice to the Eskimos. JOHN F. KENNERY, Jn. 44 Harris Rd., West Newton Though mndesi. on his brow Naiare had wrillen -- gentleman. Ken. Born November 24. 1914: Scientific: Levi rlifarren: Northeastern: Social Studies Club, 4: To be a awyer. JOSEPH FABER KEITHLEY 51 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville The flashing point of his salire spares none. Joe, Jo-Jo: Born August 3, 1915: Mathematics: F. A. Day: M. I. T: Band, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Orchestra, 2, 3, 4: Newtonite, 4: Newtonian, 4: Debating Club, 4: Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, 4: Lunch Squad, 4: Senior Banquet Committee. 3: National Honor Society, 4: To put decimal points on slide rules. EDWARD KENSLEA 109 Bridge St., Newton Sense comes wilh age, Ed: Born March 25. 1914: Business: Our Lady's: Harvard: To travel the forty-eight states. BLANCHE R. KENJESKA 690 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls Bai 0, she dances such a way. Snip: Born November 6, 1914: Oilice Training: Levi Warren: Commercial Club, 2: To be able to tell a joke straight the iirst time. EDMUND IIAMILTON KENT 49 Woodclilf Rd., Newton Highlands It is not slrenglh, ba! arl, oblains the prize. Ed. Eddy, Kent: Born February 15, 1915: Mathe- matics: Mason: Rhode Island State: Trafiic Squad, 1, 2, 3: Band, 2: Newtonian Feature Staff, 3, 4: Aviation Club, 2: Alpha Gamma Tau, 3: Social Studies Club, 4: Newtonlte, 3, 4: Outdoor Concert, 2: Dance Com- mittee, 4: Senior Banquet, 4: To shock everyone by living up to my reputation. FREDERIC ALEXANDER KENNEDY 71 Clinton Pl., Newton He is next lo the gods whom reason, noi passion, impels. Fred: Born July 12, 1913: Scientific: Mason: Brown: Junior Varsity Baseball, 3: Intermediate Baseball, 4: Golf, 4: Hi-Y, 4: Intermediate Hockey, 3, 4: Home Room Manager, 3: To scratch a match on a cake of soap. CYNTHIA REID KENWAY 22 Walnut Pl., Newtonville Seb'-lruxl is the firsl secret of success. Cynie, Cyn. Lafcadio: Born May 21, 1915: General: F. Day: State Teachers' College, Framingham: Social Studies Club, 3, 4: Archery, 2, 3, 4: Hockey 2: Soccer, 4: Ping-Pong Tournament, 4:, Tennis, 2: Base- ball, 2, 4: Gym Meet. 2. 3, 4: Band. 2, 3: Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society, 4: To make a bull's-eye from 100 yards. Forty-n ine '-' I fi? . . as QQ ., 4- 5 1il"- 'gww , 5 V .. ,,., LLVA 1 , .. . C. 1 " ' "' , , : ,,...3'5 is f , -f .. . ,a- - : S I " -L-Im 1 A - :.:, .' 3 :Eat .1 . Yin :ff 1525: .Fw ,, .t flf .f " -r ' . . wi 'si .gf -1 , ,,.-1 .3 4 .2.1 tae 'i , '41 K, 'fl 4, fe suing ,K f 3 - .li - ,Jef ' iffsf . f' f gs 1 'Q 2 " 1 w. " "-' -2- .- ' ,L 11:31, . . gz my . gb ,X Q Q ff . 13,3 ill i, 0 ii 4 ' f,-z1.,.:fe.,1:fzfssr.: - ,. :K fr a - 1 1 an X . . Lrg .. . 3 ' X Y A M an sit ' 1 fl ii , s' I .P ,aw 7' .f 1' Fifty 5 '82 ,-7-'j::g:,:::::::-,J , 4 MARJORIE ELIZABETH KEOUGH 85 Norwood Ave., Ncwtonville She smiles, she speaks, lhey come! Midge, Margie: Born December 20, 1915: General: F. A. Day: B. U.: Soccer, 2, 3: Baseball, 2: Social Studies Club, 3: Gym Meet, 2, 3, 4: Newtonian, 4: Committee, Senior Play: Home Room Manager, 2: To be a journalist. DOROTHY E. KIMBALL 50 Highland Ave., Newbonville Silence is lhe perfeclesl herald of joy: I were but liille happy, U I could say how much. Dot: Born March 12, 1915: General: F. A. Day: New England Conservatory of Music: Home Economics Club, 2: Glee Club. 3, 4: Camera Club, 3, 4: Outside Music, 2: Outdoor Concert, 1: To teach music. PETER GORTII KERBY 19 Shellield Rd., Newtonvillc Whistle, and she'll come lo you. Pete, Ramon: Born June 9, 1915: Mathematics: F. A. Day: Rhode Island State: Legislature, 4, 5: Foot- ball, 2: Basketball, 3: Baseball, 3: Debating Club, 5: Math Club, 4, 5: Drama Club, 5: Senior Play: Drama Club Usher, 5: Track, 4: Cross Country, 4: New- tonian, 5: Newtonite, 5: To slap the bass and sing like Bing Crosby. RUTH ANNA KILTON T4 Falmouth Rd., West Newton She is happy, For she is mislress of her subjecl. Ruthie, Micky: Born December 16, 1916: Office Training: Levi VVarren: Newtonite, 3: To sit. in home room, and not argue with Kerby. ANTHONY PAUL KERIVAN 418 Homer St., Newton Centre II would be argumenl for a week, laughler for a monlh, and a good jesl forever. Tony, Clarke Gable: Rorn November 5, 1912: Business: Mason: Law School: Football, 2: Trallic Squad, 2: Senior Play, 4: To build a colony in the South Pole for lawyers. BARBARA MURRAY KING 146 Oliver Rd., VVaban The sun wilh his yreal eve, Sees noi as much as I. Bobby, Barbie: Born June 25, 1914: Scientific: llamilton Heights Academy: Damon 1Iall Junior College: Neophytes, 2: Gym Meet, 4: Senior Dance Committee: Senior Play: English Club, 4: Girls' De- bating Club, 4: To live in a penthouse, ALEXANDER KEVORKIAN. Jn. 176 Eastbourne Rd., Newton Centre Take bul good nnle, and you shall see in him lhe lriple pillar rj the world. Alec, Kevork: Born January 7, 1916: Language: Mason: Harvard: Intermediate Baseball, 2: Inter- mediate Huckey, 2: Varsity Football, 3, 4: Varsity Hockey, 3, 4: Varsity Baseball, 3. 4: Hi-Y Club, 3, 4: To conduct Sing-Sing's outing club. ERNESTINE KING 11 Meredith Ave., Newton Highlands Mischief sparkles in her eyes, And her luughler never dies. Ernie, Teen: Born May 20, 1914: General: Hyde: Bouvez Aviation Club, 4: Outing Club, 4: Athletic Board, 4: Gym Meet, 2, 3: Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4: Soccer, 1, 2, 4: Basketball, 1. 2. 3. 4:1'ing-Pong, 4: Lunch- room Squad, 4: Archery, 3: Track, 1, 2, 3: Hockey, 1, 2: To grow tall and fly high. "3 'fi' - 7 ... ar. 5 , . L5 EM ' 3 " ' f - ' - J ,. in , uessfeyliig f f: S2:1e:fafsS.f2?J ' Wi Y 'i " 5 235552: 1:5555 uw., i ..., I ' 'A . Q ' A . L p . f,-:f-v-:5:-m"- - """ I 7 1:3 .-ifieff. :ft Sli.. 5 ' 3 w'ff'r2f. ' A .lla-Juixie pslji. MARGARET KING 135 Vernon St., Newton Full of ueliomfull offun, Pleasanl and agreeable lo everyone. Boolie, Peggy: Born April 23, 191-L: Ollice Training: Bigelow: Commercial Club, 2, 3: Gym Meet, 1, 2. MARJOHIE KI'l"l'l1EDGE 56 Bennington St., Newton Her sunny locks hang on her lcmplcs like golden flrern. Margie: Born October 28, 1915: General: Bigelow' Chorus, I, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club, 4: Social Studies Club, 2: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 3, 4: Outside Music, 3, 45 To be a musician. THOMAS REED KINRAIDE 363 Walnut Sl., Newtonvillc None bul himself can be his parallel. Tom: Born February 11, 19145 Mathematics: F. A. Day: M. I. T.: Hi-Y, 4: Intermediate Football, 2: Varsity Football, 45 Indoor Track, 3, 45 Outdoor Track, 3, 45 To utilize atomic energy. CHARLOTTE GERTRUDE KLEIN 19 Whittier Rd., Ncwtonville Good deeds are ever in lhemselres rewarded. Charlie: Born April 23, 1916: Language: F. A. Day: Smith: Alpha Beta, 2: Math Club, 3: Social Studies Club, 4: Soccer, 2, 3, 4: Basketball. 2, 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Gym Meet, 3: Publicity Committee for Senior Play, 4: To overcome blushing. DONALD KIHKPATRICK 15 Water St., Newton Centre Iffame brings dealh, I am in no hurry for it. Kirk5 Born October 1, 1914: General: Mason: Senior Play Usher: To raise rabbits. KILBY KLINE 191 Woodcliffe Rd., Newton Highlands Out of the darkness comes the light. Born September 12, 1914: Language: Dorchester High School: Undecided: Senior Dance Committee, 45 Glee Club, 4. CLIFFORD STEPHEN KITTREDGE 56 Bennington St., Newton Necessily knows no law buf lo conquer. Kit: Born May 19, 1914: Mathematics: Bigelow: Chorus, 4, 5: Glee Club, 5: Home Room Manager, 55 To be a civil engineer. LYDIA ADFLE KNIGHTS 17 Central Ave., Newtonvillc Her angelfave As the great eye of heaven, Shines brighl. Born February 3, 1915: Office Training: F. A. Day: Business School: To travel and see things. Ftfly-one ..-. .. , QM-fr -3 .. gl . ' - ,pn---sql. ' ' '- ' '- ' YH ElQ3'i"Q?': f3'5Q1'S?Y-,Wflfi 7 .3 ia' 21" f"',igl gil, W , gf - ' 1"-' ' 33 Y .. ff' F- - rn 5 -1 - - .. 41,5 1ww,ez?a??,v, 5513515591 iz .gwp5g.,,,.gf' - iff hex, ww raw pw, 1 '1 P, 4 . - - -Ei'-"'. - . . :..:..:,e..L ,, i -s. Lv:,a.v'f f Fifly-Iwo VIRGINIA KRETSCIIMAR 29 Grove St., Auburndale She is one oul of many, and lhe world loves individualily. Ginny: Born February 13, 19153 General3 Levi Warreng Winner, Prize-Speaking Contest, 2, 33 Drama Club Play, 43 Committee ol' 75, 33 Gym Meet, 2, 3, Basketball, 23 Soccer, 23 Drama Club, 43 To talk and talk, without interruption. ROBERT EDWARD LAVERTY 15 Ricker Ter., Newton Fire in each eye, papers in each hand. Bob, Lav3 Born December 17, 19133 Scientific: Bigelow3 Massachusetts Sl,L'll,91 Soccer Team, 13 Junior Varsity Football, 23 Lunch Squad, 23 Band, 1, 23 Var- sity Football Manager, 43 Class Orchestra, 1, 23 To become a forest ranger. L. KEMP LAMBERT, JR. 99 Clark St., Newton Centre He halh an eye lo business. Dnke3 Born July 21, 19153 Scientilicq Hydeg Bentley, Basketball, I 3 Anti-Bumming Campaign, I3 Glee Club, 1, 2, 43 Chorus, 1, 2, 43 Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 43 To he worthy oi' my hire. JAMES A. LEACH 258 Homer St., Newton Ccntre Blushing is the color of virlue. Jimg Born May 1, 19143 Mathematicsg Masong Middleburyg Junior Varsity Basketball, 1, 23 Class Vice-President, 23 Newtonite Room Manager, 23 De- bating Club, 43 Lunchroom Squad, 43 To preach capi- talism in Moscow. STEWART CALVIN LANGILLE 19 Cambria Rd., West Newton I dare do all lhal may become a man, VVho dares do more is none. Stewie, Stew: Born July 20, 19163 General, South Junior Iligh, Waltham3 Merchant Marine: Social Studies Club, 43 Honor Roll, 3, 43 To be a naval ollicer. SHIRLEY FRANCES LEES 300 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Celeslial rosy rrd - love's proper hae. 1'at3 Born April 13, 1916, Office Trainingg Masong Glcc Club. 43 Social Studies Club, 3. 43 Alpha Beta. 2, 33 Camera Club, 33 Home Economics, 23 Commercial Club, 23 To fly the Atlantic. JOIIN DICKRS LARHETTE 284 Dorset Rd., Waban Those who wish lo appear wise among foalsg among the wise seem foolish. Johnny, J. D., Jack, Rabbit, Born September 30, 19135 Generalg Quincy, Massachusetts College of Phar- macy3 Lunchroom Squad, 43 Tennis Tournament, 2, 3, 43 Class Basketball, 33 Class Track, 23 Camera Club, 4. HARPER A. LEAVITT II Boyd St., Newton A man lo be depended upon. Ilarpoq Burn March 4, 19161 Rusiness3 F. A. Dayg Home Room Manager, 3. s" " "'i. if .7 si ' as 1 ,, , ., , i"4-if 35-lin l lgk , - S- ii Q' '2 six ,N 4, ,N ,. 2 . f .'.,----- .....,-- .. -A --- A- . -wi 'W k"' " " W I " K H B -- , W' . 5 is 2 l Q " ' -.... ,, 4 . . . 4 , x I, , ,Z J.. V ,E ziiliifl .. -3,5 .,.. ., .513 .. ig . . ,, 4 ,t t S "' N fs 'fs -3 ,semi W li ,.1 L.-1 ,m,, xfirirllffiivaiiiif-?Q.ga ' IIERBERT L. LEBLANC 206 Crafts St., Newtonville W For every why he had a wherefore. Herbie, Bub, Shawty, Born July 12, 1915, Ollice 4 Training, F. A. Day, Northeastern, Outdoor Concert Usher, 3, To travel. 1 HENRY LITTLEFIELD 5 25 Oak Ter., Newton Highlands Describe him who can. X Larry, Born September 17, 1913, Scientific, 1, 4, General, 5, 6, Hyde, Band, 1, 2, Home Room Manager, 1, 2, 3, Lunchroom Squad, 6, Social Studies Club, 5, To be a floor walker in a telephone booth. FRANCES C. LINDSAY 24 Vineyard Rd., Newton Centre A volume, if read well. Frannie, Fran, Born September 4, 1914, General, Mason, Katherine Gibbs, Baseball, 1, Soccer, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, Gym Meet, 4, To sail around the world ln a yacht. WILLIAM BAILEY LOCKE 1775 Beacon St., Waban When he's solemn, he's solemn, but, When he smiles, he smiles! Bill, Willie, Born April 15, 1915, General, Levi Warren, Boston University, Legislature, 2, 4, Dramatic Board, 4, Vice-President, Social Studies Club, 4, Usher at Senior Play, 4, To study abroad. EDNA KEITH LINN 16 Fairless Rd., Waban Beautiful as sweet, As young as beuulzful. Ed, Eddie, Born February 28, 1915, General, Bel- mont High, Cambridge Hospital, Social Studies Club, 4, To live at the Ritz. AARON LOCKWOOD 53 Adella Ave., West Newton Lei the world slide, let lhe world go,' A fig for care, a Ag for woe! A, Born January 30, 1913, General, Levi Warren, Northeastern, Basketball, 3, Band, 2, To be a steel man. ELMA FREDECE LITTLEFIELD 117 Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville She was a woman of a slirring life. Freddie, Born April 17, 1916, Scientific, F. A. Day, Colby Junior College, Drum Major of Band, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, Junior Class, 3, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Pub- licity Committee, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Class Team, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, Candy Committee, 4, English Club, 4, Outing Club, 4, To be able to count my freckles! ANNA MARY LOMBARDO 347 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls A sunny nalare and sofl blushesg endearing! Shrimp, Anucha, Born 1917: Oilice Training, Emerson, B. U., Baseball, 1, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 1, 2, English Club, 3, Camera Club, 3, Newtonite, 3, Home Eco- nomics, 2, To play tiddly-winks with Camera. F Uly-three f- 5 . Y., - Wife l',1':f' 'k" 7"i5Ua.tv:"f' 'wiigwr''vlfewiefli " K - 'A 1, lY'..'5I-- .. i 5 ,Lev i'f'Z""'f!:i.'?' E r- 'Q L , En 11. z e., . ep 5, if e 155 ' 1' if -- it ' 1 ' - 2 5 lf? I sh- 532' .ef,'f..,..1. " "5 ' "if 1. '14 -fp lil H E4 , .... ,W , ,K -tg , . 55 gg, VN J, LN ,,, ,, .. I 5..,,,:Lk ,, A M ,, gg ,, ,M - "" ,-u :f.'- . " 7 V f 'Ar ..Zf'3a52f ,. .,iZwilw:',w5e wee . twig? 3 releases, 'tiff .-dGffifZSf'35EQ?S.ff'e 2'S.w?-L., JOIIN J. LOPAS become her . HAZEL ESTHER LOURIE of honor. Florida and summers in Europe. RUTH CAROLYN LOVELL of the Newtonite throw a ball. 4 Edgewood Rd., West Newton All big policemen have big feel. Shorty5 Born May 2, 19145 Businessg Levi Warren5 Intermediate Hockey, 25 Varsity Hockey, 4. 99 Crafts St., Newtonville My love in her allire dolh shew her wil: Il dolh so well Lady Estherg Born March 28, 19155 General5 F, A. Day, School of Designq To model the latest fashions. 54 Ellison Rd., Newton Centre Those about her, from her shall read the perfecl ways Born January 2, 19165 General5 Memorial High School5 Lasell Junior College5 To spend winters in 190 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Nol very tall, nol very small Bu! sweel and sunny and loved by all. Born December 15, 19155 Generalq Sacred Heartg Massachusetts General Hospitalg Gym Meet, 25 To travel extensively. 62 Cabot St., Newton I like noi only to be loved. but to be told lhal I am loved. Ruthie5 Born March 30, 19165 General5 Belmont High School5 Lasell Junior College: Baseball, 25 Archery, 2, 35 Soccer, 25 Track, 2, 35 Gym Meet, 2, 35 Camera Club, 45 Baseball, 35 To see the feature editor ESTHER M. LUCEY CELINE LYONS F Uly-four LORETTA LYNCH 54 Goddard St., Newton Highlands She is always ready io help afriend. Gabby5 Born March 25, 19155 Generalg Providence Technical Highg To be a ping-pong champion. HELEN ELIZABETH LOWCOCK 16 Bartlett Ter., Newton Centre Compare great things wilh small. Betty5 Born September 19, 19155 Languageg Masong Simmons5 Alpha Beta, 1, 25 Honor Roll, 1, 25 Trallic Squad, 2, 35 Lunchroom Squad, 45 Alternate to Legls- lature, 2, 3, 45 French Club, 3, 45 Library Club, 45 Costume Committee for Senior Play, 4-5 National Honor Society, 3, 45 Archery, 2, 35 To see ivory soap DOROTHY MACBETH 89 Jewett St., Newton She is rich in common sense. Dotg Born Au?ust 30, 19155 Scientificg F. A. Day5 B. U.5 Basketba l, 2: Hockey, 2, 35 Tennis Tourna- ment, 2, 3, 45 Gym Meet, 2, 35 Outdoor Concert, 25 National Honor Society, 4. 20 Vista Ave., Auburndale 150 Melrose St., Auburndale 4 -- if 3 '52, R ities . . . E: la.-"Mui-55 was bd, ' L y U.: ,g,g?,s, fig, f5,?,,f MQ W .gssgs ,gg .. f .sp in 932553 sf " J-fl, 41 451- ' 1 L? iff IH: -ia H2 .iii is f"'-aff. ' f- i ' X ,,,,..,..M ,,., ..ag,g,, ,. . ai?-, ,if 31, , Q., .sf sig, - ,Sw 13 lil 5 . ' '41 .. - ' " J" ' fl Q' 5 " . , i , Z 5 ff M071 A-'fi -. if was was ,,,.,,,.,,.E,,,,,,gais3:i5ss-f,.,..,.,.s st,,. z.1s.- . .., .-1':v'v':f.M'..e-.m.'5.X:-Liga RICHARD MACDONALD 1079 Boylston St., Newton Highlands He wears the rose of youth upon him. Dick, Mac, Born March 16, 1915, General, Hyde, Tufts Dental, Chorus, 1, Glee Club, 1, Junior Varsity Football, 2, Outdoor Concert, 1, To test beer for Congress. SARAH MARGARET MACNAUGHTON 52 Hillside Ave., West Newton Cheerfutness and sweetness in her person shine. Margy, Margie, Peggy, Born September 10, 1915, Scientific, Levi Warren, Undecided, Girls' Gym Meet., 2, 3, Band, 2, Varsity Orchestra, 2, Basketball, 4, Soccer, 4, English Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, Home Room Manager, 3, Archery, 2, To play like Paderewski. SHEILA MACKSEY 108 Warwick Rd., West Newton Perhaps il may turn out a song, Perhaps turn out a sermon. Sheila, Sheik, Born September 9, 1915, Scientific, Webster Groves High School, Webster Groves, Mo., B. U., To be what I ought to be. STEARNS MACNUTT Why take We seriously - you'll never get out of it alive. Mac, Born December 25, 1915, Scientific, Levi Warren, Dartmouth, Hi-Y, 4, Football, 4, Legislature, 4, English Club, 4, Senior Talent Committee, 4, Track Manager, 2. DAVID HOLMES MACKILLOP 40 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill The greatest truths are the simplest, and so are the greatest men. Mac, Dave, Born February 2, 1916, Language, Mason, Harvard, Alpha Beta, 1, Vice-President, 1, Neophytes, 1, 2, Newtonite, 2, 3, 4, Prize-Speaking, 1, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 4, Executive Committee, 2, 3, Debating Club, 3, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4, Legislature, 3, Senior Play, Traffic Squad, 4, Dralma Club Play, 3, National Honor Society, 4, To swing on the rafters in the library. BEATRICE HAYES MACROBBIE 30 Pinecrest Rd., Newton Centre Is she not more than painting can express, Or youthful poets fancy when they love. Bee, Billie, Be-a-atrice, Born March 25, 1916, Gen- eral, Mason, Duke University, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Soccer, 1, 2, Archery, 2, 3, 4, Hockey, 3, 4, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, English Club, 4, Neo- phytes, 1, 2, Social Studies Club, 4, To try to get Marlene Deitrich's job. HOPE GRAHAM MACMILLAN Hope! thou bold taster of delight. Mac, Youngster, Born March 18, 1916, Ollice Training, Levi Warren, Undecided, Legislature, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Orange Book, 3, Home Room Manager, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 4, To become a MARY 28 Williams St., Newton Upper Falls C0l.ll't l'Bp0l't,el'. MADANJIAN A tender heart, a will inflexible, zealous yet modest. May, Born September 11, 1914, Office Training, Emerson, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club, 4, Home Economics, 2, 4, Gym Meet, 2, Baseball, 1, 2, Soccer, 1, 2, Hockey, 1, 2, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 2, Chorus, 2, 3, To be private secretary to Roosevelt. F Uty-five i r ? 'J' r . . JKV. -, 'm,, ,mx,. ' J' f LLQ 4,77 , W C J A V .J Q .- - L. , LL,, , . , A , .Q . , ., ,. , Q- , u -, f . :ff 'zslfisgpg' T15 :AJ jj' wgi9i'3St, , P' 55?-" -f,A',., . 3 41 "uw K 1- - .- -f .. ,fsg H 1, 1 . . Qu ,, we Q lags wx , at . H 7 .., fl W. J. .. .Q . N -. ,iw 133' gihw Q1 S it S gi, E, M P8329 Lf S 5 is Q . , b , J ,1lg , ,M , ,. .. .., ' ,,., K., . Ka, at , gig Q ,W Ja 9. M., 3 ,Ng of 27? A-.14-?'ff:,'51 5 -2: Aft V .PI f ?r::fn ,122 .if ,Y-'ge 5- P-15, xvxti-A3 FUl,y-sim SADIE MADANJIAN 28 Williams St., Newton Upper Falls A face with gladness overspreud! . Dee, Born October 1, 1915, Office Training, Emer- son, Baseball, 1, Home Economics, 2, Soccer, 1, Hockey, 1, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, To be able to speak seven languages. J. NELSON MANNING 41 Berwick Rd., Newton Centre A bold bad man. Bud, Born June 13, 1914, General, Hyde, Business College, Home Room Manager, 3, Intermediate Hockey, 3, Golf Team, 4, 5, Varsity Hockey, 4, 5, To be a success in business. JAMES HENRY MAHER 30 Pearl St., Newton Silence is lhe mosl perfecl herald of joy. Jim, Jimmie, Born June 1, 1915, Scientific, Bigelow, Boston University, Cross Country, 3, 4, Track Squad 3, Social Studies Club, 3, Newtonite, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 2, Lunchroom Squad, 2, To travel around the world. RICHARD POWELL MARCY 1173 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Every man has his hobby. Dead-eyed Dick, Dick, Born October 22, 1914, Gen- eral, Emerson, Park's Air College, Social Studies Club, 4, To discover more about life -and death. HANORAH AGNES MAIIONEY 9 Williams St., Newton Upper Falls The xoulls calm sunshine and the heartfelt joy. Nora, Born September 22, 1915, General, Emerson, Framingham State Teachers' College, Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 3, 4, Never to have to teach math. RALPH MARINO 11 Morgan Pl., Nonantum For courage mnunlelh with occasion. Ralphfie, Mariiie, Born May 9, 1915, Business, F. A. Day, Undecided, To be a successful business man and have three beautiful private stenographers. JOSEPH FRANCIS MANNING 17 Washburn Ave., Auburndale He lhal hath knowledge sparelh his words. Joe, Boogey, Born April 24, 1916, Scientific, Levi Warren, Tufts Medical, Secretary of Class, 2, Treas- urer of Class, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, Legislature, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To put together a likable Frankenstein. VIRGINIA MARSHALL 24 George St., Newton And lhe lrulh is lhis lo me and lhal lo lhee! Jig s, Born August 20, 1915, General, Bigelow, Hills- l dale, Soccer, 1, Neophytes, 1, 2, Drama Club, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Drama Club Play, 3, Candy Committee, l Drama Club Play, 4, English Club, 4, Outdoor Con- l cert, 1, To install elevators for seniors in Newton High. 4 ' -- 1. -wgsv .- . fwiszfs -297-if' Y' ..., 1 ' ffgiiil- ' E '3 . itlibfweif: 35525, 'ti3Qi5ii5si5'T 712' 71. i5"fEi'f'5i2?'5i ,. 3' . 1515- c?'2,?ia5'??E?Yg- '2a'f!fgi.,,, -. it, ,Q 1,2 .,,, ,..,,,,.,.e,.,..,,.2,,1e,,3 ,. ,..,. , . , ,K . K A me jf? li'-Luisa-flu nl f s - - Q .Q H , i, 1 ,,,,f'iEif" - :C 343. nlfbeh i si LEONARD MELCIIER MARTIN 18 Oakland St., Newton To strive, lo seek, io find, and not lo yield. Lenny, Len: Born April 21, 1914, Mathematics, Bigelow: M. I. T., Band, 1. 2. 3, 4, 5, Varsity Orches- tra, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Orchestra, 1, 2, To set a trans- continental air record. FREDERICK LORING MATTHEWS 10 Gilbert St., VVest Newton He makes his realm in arl. Fred, Born October 2, 1913, Business: Levi Warren: Art School, To be a millionaire. LOIS VIRGINIA MARTIN ' 29 Chcsley Rd., Newton Centre A merry heart makelh a cheerful countenance. Red, Pepper, Born April 5, 1913, General: Mason, Finishing School: Varsity Orchestra, 2, Class Orches- tra, 1, 2, To be secretary in a non-secretarial school. MARGARET SARGEANT MAY 200 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands Her glossy hair mas rrluxlerefl ojer a brow Bright with intelligence, and fair and smooU1. Peggy, Miggie: Born December 18, 1915, Language, Wayne, Pa., Smith, Girls' Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, Alpha Bela, 1, 2: Neophytes, 2: French Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Library Club, 3, 4, Secretary. 4, Drama Club, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Chairman of Civics Board. 4, Class Basketball Team. 1, 3, 4, Newtonite Staff, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Committee. 4, Senior Ilan- quct, 3, Legislature, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4. MARION ELZA MARTIN 69 Day St.. Auburndale There is no royal roaa' to learning. Midgie, Born January 9, 1915, Scientific, Woburn Iligh School, Fiske University, Social Studies Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To he an actress or an artist. ROGER MAYNARD 614 California St., Newtonville Wise men Say nolhing in dangerous limes. Rog, Nlusty: Born November 27, 1914, Language, F, A. Day, Yale: Cross Country, 3, 4, Indoor track, 3, 4, Vice-President of Class. 4, National Honor Society, Il, 4, Vice-President, 4, Debating Society, Il, 4, Secretary, 4, Assembly Usher, 3, Legislature, 4: Senior Play. 4: Lunohroom Squad. 4: Scholarship Roll, 2, 4, Newtonian Building Manager, 4, To learn to get along without sleep. ROXANNA ALTRIETII MARTIN 18 Oakland Ste, Newton A happy smile goes a lonfl. long way. Roxy: Born December 16, 1915: General: Bigelow, Band, I, 2, Ci, 4, Class Orchestra, 1, 2, Varsity Orches- tra, 2, 3, 4: Soccer, 1, 2: Social Studies Club. 31 Girls' Gym Meet, I, 2, 3, 4, To he a flying photographer and ride to work on a motorcycle. EDWARD JOSEPH MCCARTIIY 1 L5 VVinslow Rd., Waban Coolness, ana' absence of hm! and hasle, indicate fine qualiiies. Red, Joe, Ilorn May 4, 1915: Rusincss, Hyde: Dallas Air College, Aviation Club, 3, Secretary, 4: Legislature, 4, To ily lfl the U. S. Arlny Alr Corps. F Wy-seven T iiiwgix q'iT'.1'5.-IE KW' 41. ,JW A 'fkiga fi Q J 1 J K manage mf f: we wg. . ' iii L, K i f Yes", K 5 as -warez' rfstisdk .f ...f...W., . , ' 4' ' .,v ' T'-' ' .X 42 if gf- : ."f' :S i :- A W S! Wy. ffiiiiliiff' ig iii. 5 A 5- 2' '7' , ' T 3 ,Q N 2 5 A 7. . 235 .,..,...-..- .,.. ..- , , F Uly-eighl ,. av i 1' 9 11- .. E Hiiiiii ' OLIVE CECEILIA MCCARTHY 302 VVebster St., Auburndale A Iillle girl. and a lillla smile. Midge, Born June 1. 1915, Office Training, Levi Warren, Outdoor Chorus, 2, Gym Meet, 1, 2, Basket- ball, 2: To become private secretary to President Roosevelt. l'ILIZABETII HOLLIS MCCREADY 87 Hillside Rd., Newton Highlands Various are lhe roads lo fume. Betty, Born October 19, 1915, Scientific, Hyde, Kendall Hall, Girls' Gym Meet. 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4-, Basketball, Varsity, 3, 4, Tennis Tournament, 1, 2, 35 Tennis Squad, 3, Soccer, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Outing Club, 4, To be able to find something when I want il. WALTER FRANCIS MCCARTHY 83 Brookside Ave., Newtonville Dignily is oft mislakcnfor reiicence. Mac, Born February 8, 1915, Language, F. A. Day, Undecided, Track 3, To bc a man ofthe world. EDWARD J. MCDONALD 50 Farwell St., Newtonville Good sense and good nalure are never separaled. Mae, Ramsay, Eddy, Born June 12, 1914, Business, F. A. Day, Southern California, To be a millionaire. VIRGINIA CUSTER MCCARTY 99 Park St., Newton Is she noi passing fair? Jinny, Gin, Mac, Born November 11, 1914, Language, Bigelow, Colby Junior, Alpha Beta, 2, Out- door Concert, 2, English Club, 3, 4, Glee Club, 45 To make a game out of life and win in the end, RICHARD LANCASTER MCELDOWNEY 54 Glenwood Ave., Newton Centre Silwerily and lrulh are lhe basis of every virlue. Dick, Born October 14, 1915, Language, Mason, Harvard, President of Class, 1: Golf' Team, 3, Chair- man of Senior Play Committee, 4, Traffic Squad, 3, fl, Junior Dance Committee, 3, Newtonian Building Manager, 2, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, To break par at Braeburn. ELAINE MARY MCCRAW 9 Cook St., Newton Highlands Quiel, yel we know she is ihere. Tiggy, Lanie, Born May 17, 1916, General: Hyde, Tufts Dental: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, IIome Economies Club, 4, Gym Meet, 4, To make false teeth for lny classmates. MARY ELLEN McFADDEN 62 Jefferson SL, Newton A winning way, a plcasanl smile, Dressed so nral, and quile in slyle. Mickey, Born January 2, 1916, General, Bigelow, Undecided, Soccer, 1, Outdoor Concert, 2, Hockey, 2, Baseball, 3, Social Studies Club, 3, To train ducks to use water wings. Kxm ..,, c .... .,.. , ff! QA 1 f vw? ,ix ,jf tain-41m-an --" -"-' - -,-- .V m.i, ... - --ff--Www .ft . , .. . . , . .. A A A .:.... . :2: .. as V gist' . sgg:5,,f, V f f . , ff-. -A 3+ '3f1B"'i 1 QW Iliff 'S i""-PF'-'F '- f 1 f? 5 75 fi 2 fi' M - 1 Q... , ..,.,..,.., .fl -1 ....a..i--sf . ms... .. 5553 as - . , H -.,,.. ,N ' ,L,. . , .425-i .1 1 "' . , .ft T... ri.. .Q amiixfihnmusm A ,,r JZ? mxyfwikli MARGARET H. MCGAREY 132 Harvard St., Newtonville The beautiful is as useful as the useful. Margie: Born April 3, 19143 Generalq Littleton Ilighg Leland Powers: Girls' Gym Meet, 2, Senior Playq Social Studies Club, 23 Outdoor Concert, 3g To talk like Greta Garbo. DAVID SMITH MCLELLAN 33 Collins Rd., Waban Merrimenl in every look, Care and worry him forsook. Mac: Born January 7, 1916: Mathematics: Levi Warren: Worcester Polytechnic Instituteg Indoor Track, 45 Outdoor Track, 4g To get up early enough to put something over on Miss Waldmeyer. OWEN A. MCGRATH 38 Ellison Rd., Newton Centre An honest rnan's the nobles! work of God. Born December 13, 19145 Scientific: Brockton High: M. I. T.g To be an aeronautical engineer. ISABEL LOUISE MCNAUGHTON 904 Boylston St., Newton Highlands Song oullives all sermons in the memory. Lou, Weeze: Born March 18, 1916g General: Hydeg Chorus, 1, 2, 4, Glee Club, 3g Photograph Committee, 4: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 4, Basketball, 1, To enjoy llfe. GORDON HENDERSON MCKISSOCK 123 Jackson St., Newton Centre Like lwo single genllemen., rolled info one. Mac, Gordieg Born January 30, 1914g Generalg Rivers School: Hi-Y, 4: Social Studies Club, 4: Tennis Team, 3, 4g To he an honest business man. GERTRUDE OLIVE MEADE 254- California St., Newton The glass offashion and lhe mould ofform, The observed of all observers. Mud, Gert, Goo-goo: Born October 2, 19153 General: F. A. Day: School of Design: Alpha Beta. 2: Camera Club, 23 Honor Roll, 2, Girls' Gym Meet, 2, 33 English Club, 3, 43 Home Economic Club, 3. Secretary, 3: Newtonite, 33 Newtonian Staff, 4g Senior Girls' Dress Assemblyg National Ilouor Society, 4g To do what I want to do always. ELAINE FRANCES MCKUSICK 120 Farwell St., Ncwtonville I may be as good as I please -H U I please to be good. Bud, Mac: lforu October 25. 1016: Scientific: F. A. Day, II. U.: Girls' Gym Meet, 21 Home Room Mana- ger, 33 Literary Staff, Newtonite. 3: Literary Editor, Newtonitc, 4: English Club, 43 News Stalf. Newtonite 2, To have enough ambition to find an ambition. ISLANCIIE MARIE METHOT 44 Capital St., Newton llfise lo resolve und palienl lo perform. Frenchyg Born August 17, 19153 Ollice Training: F. A. Day, Outdoor Concert. 1: Social Studies Club. 3, Commercial Club, 4: Gym Meet, Ig To have a radio installed in the detention room. FU'ly-nine :':.-r: - 'fig K w ,K , Eh ,u t 1 V K 'iff " -wr'-1-z.. , sue,-' -f sis,-esp ,gf .fy I . , -1' ' 3 'fi L:-1. ' . 1 , -W 411 U, A 1 W f. 'PJJSJEVBES -Q, S izly BERNICE PI Hyde: Chorus, in business. IILINDA MICK 1219 Walnut St., Newton Ilighlands Tiny, bul worlh her weight in gold! Bernie, B: Born August 16, 1914: Ollice Training. 1, 2, 3, 4: Outdoor Concert, l, 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll, 2: To grow about six inches and be a success JEANN E BENNETT MINCIIIN 14 Ilomestead St., Waban She is a quiet Iaufv, but quilre a larlv. .Iidge:.11orn .Iuly 21, 1915: Scientific: Levi VVarren: C10tlHf5Cl,lCll t College: Soccer, 2, 3: Gym Moet, 2: To do a history assignment in less than two hours. MARY E. MILFORD To have an am KATIIERINE Perselrer Kay, Peach : M ason : G ym Newtonian, 4: 1'm a genius. 26 Nort.h St., Newton Centre Hail lo lhfe, blvlhe spiril! May, Mazie: Born June 4, 1915: Language: Sacred Heart: Wellesley: Alpha Gamma Tau, 3: French Club, 4: Alpha Beta, 2: llasketball, 2: Archery, 3: bit ion . EDNA MARY MITCHELL 89 Forest St., Newton llighlands Dimples and a smile- wha! could be more expressive! lVlitzie. Eddie: Born February 29, 1916: Language: Hyde: Vllellesley: Alpha Beta, 1, 2: Neophytes, 2: Outdoor Concert, 2: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3: French Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4: Library Club, 4: Alternate Legis- lature. 4: Home Room Manager, 1, 4: Candy Com- mittee Senior Play. 4: Ilonor Roll. I: Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4: Newtonite. 4: Decoration Committee Gradua- tion. 3: Traflic Squad, 2, 3, Tennis Tournament, 4: National Ilonor Society, 4. MARY MILFORD 10 Cummings Rd.. Newton Centre ance is lhe yrealexl aid lo success. Born .Iuly 121. 19121: Otlice Training: Meet, 1, 3: Commercial Club, 2, 3: Baseball, 2: Basketball, 3: To succeed in business. MABEL L. MITCIIELL 34 Bothfeld Rd., Newton Centre Women are erm- in mrlrenzes. Born lVIarch 13, 1915: Scientific: Sacred Ileart: Leland Powers: Class Ilockey, 1, 2, 3: Class Basketball, 1, 2, 3: Soccer, 2: Baseball, 1, 2, 3: Neophytes, 22 Prize-Speaking Contest, 2: Gym Meet, I, 2, 3: English Club. 15,41 Drama Club. 3, 4: Candy Committee, Drama Club Play, 4: Senior Dance Committee, 4: Chairman, Property Committee English Club Play, 4: To manu- facture toothbrushes for hens. WILLIS J. MILLER, Jn. 345 Linwood Avc., Newtonville Greul ideas travel slowlv, and, for a lime, noiselesslv. Bill, Fat, The Tonic King: Born August 17, 1914: Business: F. A. Day: Northeastern: Honor Roll, 3, 4: To let the rest uf the world know that WALTER KIMBALL MITCHELL, Jn. 16 Niles Rd., Newton Highlands He grins and looks broad nonsense wilh u slare. Mitch, Spike, Sebastian: Born April 11, 1916: Scientific: Hyde: Massachusetts State: Glee Club, 1, 2: Baseball, 1: T0 sell lawn-mowers to the Eskimos. fr -. A 1- r.,. Q itti i i o ETL" , '1': 1 V 1 ffifl' 1 '21 ,, T ' . Z- :.4 li " ' .. ' sffiftigfg. 'i ' llflliiiliilli 731 ii. "', ff: .1 Eff 'P 14 ' .tif Q - fi - " 1 J ' ' ' ' 1 . ' , 33 L V .J """"""' - ' fn ' ' X gdiflj A w 1- ff'S'fufY3'5t .fifsdffwe fax.-f E 931. die aft alike-sl flag -i'26Q2. .'Y, PHYLLIS ANNE MOOREHEAD 46 Eden Ave., West Newton A conlenled spirit is lhr' smeelnexs of earislence. Phylg Born February 18, 10163 General: Levi Warren: Simmonsg Camera Club, 21 Glee Club, 33 Committee on Decorations of Senior Banquet, 3: Honor Boll, 2, 3, 4: Outdoor Concert, 3g To meet one of you ten years from now. FRANCES GOODNOW MORTON 34 Upland Rd., Waban A penny for your lhoughls. Frannic: Born September 21, 19163 Languageg Levi Warren: Smith College, Alpha Beta, 2, Basketball, 2: English Club, 3: Social Studies Club, 4-g Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4-3 National Honor Society, 4g To do something useful, but unusual. ROBERT JOSEPH MOREY 1014 Boylston St., Newton Highlands Hitch your wagon lo a slar. Hold your seal and there you are. Spud, Tabasco, Bob: Born May 12. 19143 Hydeg Massachusetts Art: Executive Committee of Aviation Club, 4g To sell a carloacl of razor blades to the Soviet Government. JOSEPHINE MARY MUCCI 205 Crafts St., Newtonville A great aid to success is loyalty. Jo, Josie: Born December 11, 1915: Ollice Training: F. A. Duyg Katherine Gibbs: Commercial Club, 4: Gym Meet. 2, 3: Outdoor Concert, 1: Honor Roll, 33 To serve soup to the unemployed seniors. JEAN KILBY MORROW 70 Arlington St., Newton How far lhal lillle candle llzruws its beams, so shines u good deed in a naughty world. Jeanieg Born April 1, 1916, General: Bigelow: Colby Junior College: Girls' Gym Meet, 1, Outdoor Con- cert, 2, Honor Roll, 3: Business Committee of Senior Play, 43 Honor Roll, 43 To bc a fashion designer. BARBARA MURPHY 157 Langley Rd., Newton Centre The beller you know her lhe beller you like her. Barbieg Born July 26. 19143 General, Masong Miss Chamberlairfsg Gym Meet, 1, 2: Trallic Squad, 33 Social Studies Club, Il, 4: Home Economics, 4g Dance Committee, 43 Candy Committee, 4g To be a good golfer. RONALD MORSE 205 Grove St., Auburndale An unassuming young chap. Ronnie, Wes: Born May 8, 1916g Scientific: Central High, Dixlield, Me.g To make Harp recognize an "al- ways blonde." PHILIP MURPHY 51 Bourne St., Auburndale One accomplishes more by silence Ihan by speech. Spud, Murphg Born March 31, 1916, Scientific: Levi Warren, Boston College, Alpha Beta, 25 To ride a horse in the infantry. S izly-one " 1' ' -,- 1 . Ziyi -y. ,,- Aga. ., ,F .. . W 5 S .. ..,.. ., as, ., .1 q.,..,.,,,, ,,,,. , ..f74,.4 4 ,, . W ,,g,,,, Er' V c-up aff S, .qu , -.. 4 - l ,Weiser .fe new . s ,ff .. fe,-. ,t W: es qt a s Z. frail. ,, 1 ue.-sf K - - "4 ,--Bi-' W f 'flex 4. 1 ' -' is-f"'.....' emi 'Hn' .v 2' , 3- ,ff ' , l . ' . , -N ..wfelerffqfw-af2. .g,f,3Vf: ., e ra . s ei , S izly-Iwo ROBERT EMMET MURPHY 48 Pettee St., Newton Upper Falls Though! is deeper than speech. Murph, Born March 12, 1914, Business, Emerson, To be important. DONALD MUTHER 28 Ballad St., Newton Centre The world knows nothing of ils grealesl men. Don, The Big Muth, Born December 4, 1913, Math- ematics, Mason, Undecided, Varsity Football, 4, Business Committee of Senior Play, To stay ambition- less. WARREN JOHN MURPHY 382 Linwood Ave., Newtonville I do not sel my life ul a pin's fee, Murph, Born January 31, 1915, Business, F. A. Day, To he a certified public accountant. FRANCES GERTRUDE MUTHER 216 Pleasant St., Newton Centre She is well paid lhul is well salisfied. Frannie, Born August 8, 1914, Scientific, Mason, Miami University, Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Con- cert, 1, 2, Math Club, 3: Social Studies Club, 5, Hockey, 1. 2. 3, Basketball. 2. 3, Sophomore Dance Committee, Ilonor Roll, 2, Drama Club, 4, Property Committee, 4, Legislature, 3, 4, To grow seedless tau- gerines. DAVID MCINTOSH MURRAY 584 Centre St., Newton Silenl men like xlill walers are deep and dangerous. .Dave, Dick, Mac, Born July 30, 1914, Mathematics, Bigelow, Undecided, To discover what boat Miss Waldmeyer came over on. E. BARTLETT MYRICK 34 Otis St., Newtonville A blush is the color of virlue. Bart. Burty. Ed, Born July 20, 19143 Mathematics, Tutor: M. I. T., Legislature, 4, Aviation Club, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, To be famous. KATHLEEN ANNA MURRAY 52 Chandler Pl., Newton Upper Falls Think noi lhal I am wha! I appear. Kay, Sis, Born April 21, 1915, Oflice Training, Emerson, Bryant and Stratton, Glee Club. 1. 2. 3, 4, Home Economics, 1, 2, Drama Club, 3, English Club, 3, Chorus, 1, 2, Commercial Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 1, Soccer, 1, Alpha Beta, 1, To own a gas station and sell gas to the president. ROGER MERRILL MYRICK 60 Rokeby Rd., VVaban The very subsiunce of ambilion. Rog, Born December 8, 1913, Business: Tutor, Home Room Manager, 2, Ilonor Roll, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Legislature, 3, Alternate, 4, Junior Varsity Baseball, 2, Intermediate, 3, Business Man- ager for Orange Book, 3, Track, 4, Committee of 75, To visit Brother Hugo. ' V. -'uhm ,aa ' ie gg .gwggfgf I-::,1gfp,55 . ,VI ' 2' "" "" i X ?' 1 we M Q, N L VL , - ,zai kf ,Q :S .1 ,311 g4r...s'g,-' fi -Q ff- , ' l J! 5 ' ' Z ' , , -A, .V 'V c - s, ALICE NANCY NEYVELL 947 Boylston St., Newton Highlands , As well be out of lhe world, i As out of the fashion. , Nan, Ann, Nanc, Born February 23, 1916, General, ' Ilyde, B. U., Home Economics Club, 3, 4, Basketball, , 1, 2, 3, 4, Track, 2, 3, 4, Ilockey, 1. 2, Lunchroom, 4, Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, Soccer, 1, 2, To make both ends of my allowance meet. COLIN MARK O'BRIEN 295 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill Genlleman, scholar, and a good judge of venison. O'Bie, Shamrock, Born January 10, 1913, Scientific, Mason, University of Illinois, To die with my boots on in room 218. DONALD ARTHUR NEWEY 937 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls And still I gazed and slill lhe wonder grew Thai one small head could carry all he knew. Don, Born October 9, 1915, General, Emerson, To repeal 0hm's Law. MARY T. O'CONNOR 875 Walnut St., Newton Centre ll is lhee, quiel worker, who succeeds. Okie, Born December 3, 1915, General, Sacred Heart, To be a registered nurse. JANE NICKERSON 74 Braeland Ave., Newton Centre Wine lhal maketh glad lhe hearl of men. Nicky, Born June 20, 1916, General, Mason, Colby Junior College, Basketball, 1, Baseball, 1, 2, Hockey, I, Tennis Tournament, 1, 2, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 1, 2. 4, Chorus, l, 2, 4, Glee Club, 4, Gym Meet, 1, 2, Trallic Duty, 4, Soccer, 1: Neophytes, 1, To be a private secretary to Mr. Rinker. CHARLES O'CONOR 251 Grant Ave., Newton Centre I propose lo argue il nal, U il lakes all day. Oakie, Soup, Born December 17, 1915, Language, Mason, West Point, Legislature, 5, Home Boom Man- ager, 4, 5, Basketball, 1, 2, 4, Debating Club, 5, Tennis Tournament, 3, 4, 5, To be an oflicial soup tester. CONSTANCE OBER 423 Ward St., Newton Centre A volume, if read well. Connie: Born August 23, 1912, General, Mason, Sargent, Basketball, 1, 2, 4, 5, Baseball. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Ilockey, 1, 2, 3, Tennis Team, 3, 4, 5, Tennis Tournament, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Tennis Captain, 5, Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, Chorus, 2, 3, Soccer, 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 3, Track, 3, To get enough cat, skins to make a fur coat. JOIIN LOVVELL O'IIARA 136 Ilunnewell Ave., Newton A cheerful look makes a dish a feaxl. Jack, Sneak, S, Born July 4, 1916, Scientific, Bigelow, Boston College, Band, 1, Orchestra, 1, Outdoor Concert, 1, To be a doctor. Silly-lhree 2-fr 1 " -' . -'--- . t v L A . F . ...r . .. - ' ,. .A,, , . . r e' - - 'o 54, .. . . - ig S ixtyqfour ROBERT LORING OIILER 11 Warren Ter., Newton Centre I will maintain it befnre the whole world. Bob: Born February 28, 1916: Mathematics: Mason: University of Maine: Legislature, 1: Home Room Manager, 1: Executive Committee, 1: Aviation Club, 1: Junior Varsity Basketball, 2: Junior Varsity Football, 3: Outdoor Track, 3: National Honor Society, 4: To have enough corned beef and cabbage. KATHERINE MARGARET ORR 106 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Quiet, yet we know she's there. Kay, Kathy: Born February 24, 1915: Office Train- ing: South Junior High, Waltham: Home Economics Club, 1, 2: To work for a living. TIMOTHY FRANCIS O'LEARY 23 Wetherell St., Newton Upper Falls This man, I thought, had been a lord among wits,- buf Ifind he is a wit among lords. Tim: Born April 2, 1916: Scientific: Emerson: Massa- chusetts State: Soccer, 1: Basketball, 1: Lunchroom Squad, 2: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2: Little or no ambition. WILLIAM H. OSBORNE 287 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Like the silence that is in the starry sky. Bill, Demon: Born December 17, 1913: General: Emerson: Eastern Radio School: Basketball, 1: To be a radio operator on the Empress of Great Britain. BARBARA H. ORDWAY 21 Fern St., Aubumdale Mischief sparkles in her eyes And her laughter never dies. Kish: Born August 12, 1915: Language: Levi Warren: Middlebury: Legislature, 4: Alternate to Legislature, 3: French Club, 3: Social Studies Club, 4: Soccer, 2: Gym Meet, 3: Outdoor Concert, 2: To squelch Bob Walker. MARY ALOYSE O'TOOLE 21 Rodgers St., Newton Heart on her lips, and soul within her eyes. May: Born August 2, 1916: Office Training: Bigelow: Massachusetts School of Art: Commercial Club, 1, 3, 4: Basketball, 2, 3: Business Committee, Senior Play: Committee on Senior Talent Assembly: Gym Meet, 3: Secretary, Commerc1alwClub, 4: National Honor So- ciety, 4: To see prosperity around the comer. LOUISE MARGUERITE ORLEANS 194 Auburn St., Auburndale May it be yours to lessen and ease the pain of others: for in this you will find your comfort. Lou, Wiezie: Born July 12, 1913: General: Clifton High, Clifton, N. J.: Miss Perry's: Social Studies Club, 4: Camera Club, 4: To travel around the world. MARGARET ALICE OVERLEES 219 Commonwealth Avenue, Chestnut IIill And she who means no mischief does it all. Peggy, Egglet: Born October 2, 1915: Scientific: Mason: Undecided: Alpha Beta, 1, 2: Outdoor Con- cert, 1, 3: Glee-Club, 3: Gym Meet, 1, 3: Senior Play Committee, 4: Not to be fat at forty. . -- , , -1, N- A , - qs... "'f Qi.,-.7 ' Q - -'T-if . 5 Elhggl , Yi I . ag. gl . . f ff. 5, -1- is 5. kafw,--,fl .ma a......' Q- ' ' 2 if A .. '4 s" 1 X .. . . Z A ' ' 'A A K 5 7 Zeffff-H-"fx , E 4 MARY EDNA OWENS 197 Grove St,, Auburndale To know her is lo lore her. Neddy: Born March 10, 1915: General: Levi Warren: Regis College: Orange Book, 3: Gym Meet, 4: Never to lose courage. MARION PECARARI 27 Melbourne Ave., Newtonville Tears, idle leurs, I know not what they mean. Born December 14, 1914: Ollice Training: F. A. Day: To be able to go to Italy. PHYLLIS W. PARKER 1875 Beacon St., Waban She moves a goddess, And she looks a queen. Phil: Born April 2, 1915: General: Levi Warren: Boston University: To he different. RUTH ELEANOR PERKINS 22 Lyman St., Newton Centre A good pal and a lrae friend lo lhose lhat know her. Ruthie: Born November 30, 1915: General: Mason: Art School: English Club, 4: Drama Club, 3, 4: New- tonite, 4: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, 4: Outdoor Concert, 2: Archery, 2, 3: Soccer,1, 2, 3: Hockey, 4: Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Drama Club Play. 3: Publicity Com- mittee for Senior Play, 4: Candy Committee for Drama Club Play, 4: To blush only at the right time. MARIE ELIZABETII PARKHURST 329 Lexington St., Auburndale Pleasant and ever failhful. Rusty, Betty: Born December 28. 1915: Oflice Training: Levi Warren: Chorus, 2: Outdoor Concert, 2: Basketball, 2: To be first lady of the land. JOSEPII EDWARD PESCOSOLIDO, 311D 210 Lowell Ave., Newtonville I am as solemn as a judge. Pesky: Born September 3, 1914: Language: F. A. Day: West Point: Hi-Y, 3, 4: Football, 2, 3, 4: Indoor Track. 2, 3, 4: Outdoor Track, 2. 3, 4: Cross Country, 2: Aviation Club, 3: To become a multi-millionaire after graduating from West Point. VIRGINIA JORDAN PARTRIDGE 152 Oakleigh Rd., Newton ll's nice Io be nolaral, when y0a're nalurallv nice. Ginnie, Gin: Born August 12, 1913: Scientific: Bigelow, Undecided: Newtonite, 4, 5: Social Studies Club, 4, 5: Camera Club, 5: Gym Meet, 1, 2: Hockey, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Basketball, 1, 2, 3: Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Tennis Tournament, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: To bc one hundred per cent American. HELEN C. PIERCE 37 Radcliffe Rd., Waban A lady so richly clad as she - beaalzful exceedingly. Da: Born July 13, 1916: Language: Lcvi Warren: Finishing School: Chorus, 2: Outdoor Concert, 2: Gym Meet, 2, 3: French Club, 3: Social Studies Club, 4: Soccer, 2, 3: Baseball, 2: To make up my mind, once and for all. S izly- five i n Af- " "" . 'A FZ? ieifiirlfl?"'lfA'll"Al:'7 'L "'L l""fi1w Y -fiiiis .1 'F , ' I K 4 .1 ff.4" 7g--T 7 , 4 . 5f?e5"0f:'f - ya ev-4. ,WJ-fr V . . is . . .... .. .. . ss. ., .,,.. ., ,-,,,a... -. he 1 1 , , -4 'iz' 5: "" liilii? 14 ' ' ., I I ' Vhligii Y li .,,. if -.i..... .... .....,,g,,,.,,g " . W-' V 54,wyff:fg-wg ., Qiguf-Y. . ff. , f ., ,,,.,,,sae1Gf:,,Q, .1 . Z ,.,. ..1.,..,,.e4.,,-mtg, V.,,W-i,W,,,fsgs,..:,gV, ..i2-fQ,,,z,q,3-.,5-,,,v,. 1,5 Jyfl-it S imly-six ANGELINA MARY PITTORINO 1251 Centre St., Newton Centre A willing hearl adds fealher lo ihe heel. Angie, Ang, Born August 22, 1915, Ollice Training, Mason, Undecided, Chorus, 3, Outdoor Concert, 3, Social Studies Club, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 2, To make a success of my life. VINCENT PUGLI ELLI 229 River St., VVest Newton Scienlific minds lhere are bulfew. Jimmy, Vinny, Born June 24, 1915, Warren, Undecided, Orchestra, 3, 4, one-man band. BARBARA ELIZABETH PHINNEY 26 Westchester Rd., Newton Success will meel her every ullempl. Phinneyg Born May 26, 1915, Language, F. A. Day, Wellesley, Newtonite, 2, English Club, 4, Outing Club, 4, Newtonian Art Editor, 4, Hockey, 2, 3, 4. Varsity, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Class Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Varsity, 4, Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Tennis Tournament, 3, 4, Track, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse, 4, Soccer, 2, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4. IIARRY J. 3255 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands Business, Levi To organize a PURPLE, Jn. A lion among ladies is a mos! dreadful lhing. Jaek, Bushwaeker, Pop, Born August 25, 1914, Business, Hyde, Prize-Speaking Contest, 5, 2nd Vice- President of Senior Class, 5, Hi-Y, 5, To be taken seriously sometimes. ELEANOB LOUISE PORTER 249 California St., Newton Beneath whose beauly Lie wisdom and love. Peaehie, Born June 30, l9l5, Olliee Training, F. A, Day, Undecided, Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, To be successful in everything I do. ROSEMARY LOUISE QUICK 32 lVIadis0n Ave., Newlonville For xhe's a jolly yoorlfrllow, which no Oil!! Cllfl defly. Rosy, Quickie, Speedy, Born July 12, 1915, Scien- tilic, Ithaca Junior High, New York, Cornell Uni- versity, Sooner, 2. Sl. 4: Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Tennis, 2, Baseball, 3, 4, Vollcy Ball, Captain. 4, Camera Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, English Club, 3, Track, 3. 4. EUGENE CHARLES PROWTEN 14 Nonanlum Pl., Newton Then he will lull? -- My! How he will lalk. Gene, Born January 11, 1915, Business, Oliver Perry, South Boston, Basketball, 1, Football, 2, Lunehroom Squad, 2, 3, 4, Stage Committee, 5, Senior Talent Assembly Committee, 5, To be a stage manager. JOHN JOSEPH QUIGLEY 6 Churchill St., Newlonville Quiet bul sincere. Quig, Born February 1, 1914: Business, F. A. Day, Junior Varsity Hockey, 3, To be a newspaper correspondent. --'- . f " . j ' 1 Align iff' -"fir ' Vyk K ' 'K' Em - ' A '1-1 . It :QM ws 'S' . .3 , ... 'us .. A - . - eff 1 wtf 1'-311-f 7 i , ' is "" 1' ,m,, mm,, 1 RAYMOND T. QUINLAN If penn Baseball, 2: To Brings Dot, Dottie: Charlie, Quin F A Day' Und 13 Capital St., Nonantum ils were money, I'd be a beggar. Hawkeye, Born February 14, 1915, Business, F. A. Day, Intermediate Football, 1, 2, Varsity Basketball. 1. 2, 3, Intermediate Baseball, 1, 2, To be a orooner. ELIZABETH VIVIAN QUIRK 846 VValnut St., Newton Centre Good sense and good nalure are IIPUPV' srpnraled. Liss. Elmer, Lizzie, Born July 24, 1914, General, Mason, Sargent School: Outing Club. 4, Hockey, 1, 2, 3. 4, 5: Varsity, 3, 4, 5, Manager, 5, Soccer, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Captain, 2. 3, Baseball, 1, 2, 3. 4. 5. Captain. 3. 4, Tournament, 2, 3. 4, 5, Basketball, 1, Gym Meet., 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, To let a smile be my umbrella so I won't get wet. CHARLES EDWARD QUINN 50 Brooks Ave., Newtonville Doesnfl hole scienre -jus! nal in sympalhlv zvilh il. nie, Born November 5, 1913, Business, eeided, Football. 2, 3, Golf, 2, Il, 4, keep oil' the carpet. JACOB HEPNER RANDOLPH 30 Tarleton Rd.. Newton Centre Deeper lhan e'er plummel sounded. Hep, Jake, Born September 30. 1915, Scientilic: Mason, Dartmouth, Tennis. 21. 4, Band, 1, 2. 4, Class Orchestra. 1, Honor Roll. 1, Tennis Tournament. l, 2, 3. 4, Aviation Club, 2, Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, To be a Dartmouth graduate. DOROTIIY ELIZABETH QUINN 177 Cypress St., Newton Centre Her quiel and unassuming manner forlh her' quiel ways. Born February 2, 1915, Office Train- ing, Mason, Bryant and Stratton, To dance with the Prince of Vllales. CAROLYN RAYE 90 Lake Ave., Newton Centre The king himself has followed her when she has walked before. Lyn, Horn December 29, 1915, Language, Mason, Mt. Holyoke, Class Treasurer, 1, Alpha Beta, I, 2, Traflie Squad, 2, 3. 4, Newtonite, I, 2, 3, Newtonian, 4: Alpha Gamma Tau. 3. 4, Library Club, 3, 4, Drama Club, 4, Legislature, 4, Senior Play Committee, 4, Gym Meet. 1. 2. 3: IIonor Roll. 1, 2, 3, Executive Com- mittee, 2, Mathematics Club Play, 3, National Honor Soeiety, 4. RUTII IRENE QUINN 50 Brooks Ave., Ncwtonville Slill waler runs deep. Rookie, Touts. Ruthie, Born September 28, 1915, Oliiee Training, F, A. Day, Outdoor Concert, 1, Gym Meet, 2, To have the Senior Banquet on any day except Friday. fish day. HAROLD FULLER REED, .In 53 Walden St., Newtonvillc Had langue al will and ye! was never loud. Pete, Born September 24, 1915, Language, Bigelow' Bowdoin, Legislature, 1, 2, 3, 4, Finance Board, 4, Treasurer. Social Studies Club, 4, Home Room Man- ager. 2, Traffic Squad, 1, Scholarship Roll, 1: Track, 1. 2, 3, Cross Country, 3, 4, National Honor Society , 4, To be a successful business man. SiJ7l,v-seven - H f sm . - - - . -- -. f g -.fffrs M K ' v :.: 'Y' ' ' '- ' 4 L1 U 'il 1 - Tfliiiifi' elif gi? " A . ri : 1 ' 1 4 Hi f .1 'Sim 1 - L .. . " ...xzzli 'V liz' ,lwisaigei .fl W TJ "Wil 1 f E.: - .. ' r"':l 54959 'i 25" 'SM' ' .1 , 7 I 'A - "Whiz 'Li' E3 ' '52, ..2i1'ih' .ff 1? S irly-e ight . W f W EE: 'Ji - IJuKmm?Lk. 'x xt DAVID ALLEN RICHARDSON 164 Ilighlanul Ave., Newtonville Nol because Socrales xuizl so - I look upon all rnen as my compulriols. Dave, Rattlcr, D-A, Ally: Rorn March 27, 1916: Mathematics: F. A. Day: M. I. T.: To make America red-necktic-conscious. RICIIARD ROGERS 106 Randlett Pk., West Newton Men, like bullets, gofarlhrsl l'Vhrfn lhev are smoolhcsl. Dick: Born September 22. 1914: General: F. A. Day: Football, 1, 3: Ilockey. 1, 3: Legislature, 3: Traek, l: To enter aviation school. WILLIAM JEROME RIVERS 207 VVashingt.on St., Newton I'Vh0re's Ihr flaw? Mississippi River: Rorn June 9, 1914: Business: Bigelow: Basketball, 1 : To be an artist. CHARLES EDSON ROWSE 92 Cherry St., WVest Newton Greal men are born, nol marlr. VVilIle: Born March 17. 1916: Business: Nlalden Iligh: R. ll.: 'l'o be a certified public accountant. RORERT WINSLOW ROBINSON I0 Hyde St., Newton Highlands Roman. uvh1'rPfnl'e arl Zhou. Romeo? Bob, Sheik, Robby: Rorn April 19, 1914: Mathe- matics: Hyde: Middlebury: Cheer Leader, 4, 5: Assistant Manager Baseball, 2: Manager Varsity Baseball, 3: Ili-Y, 4-, 5: Senior Play, 5: Drama Club Play, S: English Club. 4, 5: English Club Play, fl-: Outdoor Concert, 3: Newtonile, 3: Glee Club, I: Tratlic Squad. 2: National llonor Society, 1-: To make both ends meet. PIIILIP A. ROY 214 Pearl St.. Newton They laugh lhal win. Phil, Chin. Frenchie: Ilorn May l'l. IOIII: Business: F. A. Day: ll, U.: Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, -1: Out- door Conccrt, 2: Gym. 2, ll: To be able to make a non-stop ride over the Canadian lines. EMILY DAYTON ROCKET 110 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Ilill A 1-hfrrful spirit is what Ihr' Muses lore. Em: Born November 10, 1015: Language: lVlason: Radc1itTe: Legislature, 4: Gym Meet. 1, 2, 3: Alpha Rota, 1, 2: Ncophytcs,.I. 2: National Ilonor Society. 3, 4: Chairman of Senior Play Publicity Committee: English Club Play, 3, 4: Ilonor Roll. I, 2. 4: Newtonite, 2, 3. 4: Drama Club, 3, 4: Girls' Debating: Club, 4: To take a sky-rocket to the moon. VIRGINIA IIAZEL RUDOLPII 288 Auburndale Ave.. Auburndale The slurs of midniyhl shall be dear To her. and she shall lean. lu-r fur I n many a srzrrel place. Jinny: Born August 30, 1915: Scientific: Levi VVarren: Maine: French Club, 3, -1: Alpha Rcta, 2: National Ilonor Society, 4: To live life to its fullest extent of joy and success. ,L-3, if-'1 lgfmrf . "' 1.19111 2+ -1'..'3a5gg,gsfgw .gf ' -mmf V f:g.fA,1. :',,K4L-so-gf If :..l5ft. -.L .ff - 1 --. --.....-..- , . . , A 'aassefirv Mme' :Effie fair, iwr31s- H- 40 ' 0 , E Q - L . if f'1' f3'11 2 2 f-f ' . -S-+--M . fi 7 ' 14 ROBERT PAUL RUDY 15 Graylynn Rd., Newton Centre He smiled al whalffer hz' looked upon, Bob: Born August 30, 1915: Mathematics: Brookline High: M. 1. 'l'.: Chorus, 2: Outdoor Concert. 2. Il: Band, 3: Newtonitc, 3. 4: Newtonian, 4: Senior Play, 4: Debating Club, 4: English Club, 4: Home Room Manager, 33 To own ami sail a sixty-foot racing sloop. MARY L. RYAN 251 VVchstcr St., VVest Newton Yeslerduy is gone. W'hal Qf il? Legs: Born May 27, 1914: General: Levi VVarren: Undecided: To find the silver lining. MARY ELIZABETH RUSSELL 54 Valentine Pk., VVest, Newton Muse no! lhal I suddenly proceed For what I will, I will, and lhere an end. Betty, Betty Boops: Born October 28, 1914: Gen- eral: Mason: Glee Club, 1. 3: Gym Meet. 1. 2: Out- door Concert, 1, 3: To retain a smile that will weather any storm. LEVVIS R. SABETTY 20 Churchill St., Newtonville Who dared lo love his country and be poor. Scoop: Born October 8, 1014: Business: F. A. Day: Northeastern: Track, 2: Home Room Manager, 4: Sports Staff, Newtonite. 4: Lunchroorn Squad, ft: Assistant Manager, Basketball, 4: To become a famous criminal lawyer. HENRY FRANCIS RYAN 3 Vernon Sl., Newton A moral. sensible. And well-bred man. Hank: Born November 30, 1915: General: Bigelow: Harvard: Glee Club, 1, 2, 4: Track, 1. 2: Baseball, 1: Luuchroom Squad, 4: Basketball, 1. 2: Outdoor Con- eert, 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club, 2: To be a famous surgeon. DOROTHY E. SANDERS 208 Parker Sl., Newton Centre A qniel mod:-sly which mos! bfconnes ll wornnn. Dot: Born May 16. 1915: General: Mason: New England Conservatory: Social Studies Club. 3: Gym ltlcet, 1, 2, 3: To he successful in one way or another. JOHN RYAN 3 Vernon St.. Newton He is a fool who thinks b4VfUI'f'0 or skill To turn lhe current of a 11f0nmn's will. Johnny: Born November 15, 1911: General: Bige- low: Ohio State: Basketball, 1. Captain, 2, 3: Legisla- ture, 1: Baseball, 1: To talk as fast as Siegzers. L. EDWARD SARGENT 278 lvlelrose St., Auburndale H0 murlnurs nr-nr lhe running brooks A musir' s11're!1'r than lhfir own. Ed: Born .luly 5. 191114: General: Levi Yvarrenz Band. 2, 3. 4: Orchestra, 2, Il, 114: 'l'o be a cornet soloist. Silly-n ina P' fl " ufmf-' " '11 'W if W . .7 V. .. ' N -A " - ' A .. 5 W. ' i ,,'., 1' 7' 1 I V- 'f'- QE 71 I 5551! - . . kk" f ' 3 V il gfh' - f ' E 'f , V., , ffgiggi, K , 'fb' EET..-:2'.uJ 'li M14 1' . A . . - x -A . ,333 '-., I f , Sevcnly i LEONARD SCIIIAVON E 6 Eliot Pl., Newton Upper Falls Ufixdom at Ihe righl lime. Cap, Skii, Born September 25, 1915, General, Emerson, Legislature, 1. ELIZABETII FRANCES SEDDON 117 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville Yet all lhe lads, Ihey smile on me. 11el.l.y, Reis: Born May 25, 1916, Scientific, Win- ship School, Miss Wheelock's, Social Studies Club, 1, Basketball, 3, To play Cab Calloway's "Minnie the Moocherv on the vietrola in room 2207. MARY SCIIIRMER 32 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre II is lhe conlesl which delighls ux. Cherie, Born October 8, 1915, Scientific, Dana IIall: Miss Wheelock's, IIockey, 3. fl, 2nd Team, 312 Basketball, 3. 4, Soccer. 4, English Club, 4, Girls' Outing: Club. 4, Gym Meet., 3, 11: Senior Play Prop- erties Committee, Rand, 3, Outdoor Concert, 3, To have all the horses and cats I want. ELIZABETH FRANCES SEELEY 4-95 Watertown St.. Newtonville Ilfv' rlisposiliou is us sumel as her voice. Retty, 141-ts, Born .Iune 2, 1915, Scientific, F. A, Day, Undecided, To remember not to l'or,1:et. JEAN SCRIBNER 16 Brookdale Rd., Newtonville Joy is nol in things, il is in us. Scrihhie, Scrih: Born March 1. 1916, General, F. A. Day, Undecided: Traffic Squad, 2, 4, To become a second Glenna Collett. CHARLES LOUIS SECRY 1052 Chestnut, St., Newton Upper Falls lie-joice. 0 young man, in lhhv youlh. Charlie: Rorn November 1-1, 1015, General, Emer- son, Indoor Track, I, Football, I, To beeomc a second Robby Jones. HUGH FORBES SCOTT 193 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands Every man .clamps his value on himsPU. Scotty, Born .Iuly 9, 1915, Mathematics: Mason, Harvard, Class Orchestra, 1: Band, 2, 3, Varsity Orchestra. 2, 3, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Camera Club, 4, German Club, 4, Indoor Track, 4, Outdoor Track, 4, Newtonian Committee, 4, Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 3, To be cultured. ' IIILDA MARY SIIAUGIINESSY 15 Peabody St., Newton I am ever merry when I hear sweel music. Blondie, Rorn January 12, 1915, Office Training, Bigelow, Catherine Gibbs Business School, Com- mercial Cluh, 3, Glee Club, 4, Social Studies, 3' Hockey 1, To have a penthouse and a yacht. , az 1 2:1 it. "iff vm-ff " - '15 :zz mf blk V V - . ,115 .f,..z:if?Y.:1 ei. f.if..:.. .zm.i"' ff 2.952 "'fiEi'4fn 'I ' Q. ' , , R13 L ' J ,.r?"'-flfizw :xiii 'em-'.:f E57.f9ll5'a: '.- 'Q' 'TEE '1SifiY-- .7 Y . , ,wg ., , ., 16 QQ ., . . . N . . .., -A -' ...f fl?t....,f.,.f.. af .f.g.'::ii5Mf fi. 3 2. -' M: Wi ff- Q 1' A. - ' -my gif: - , 1 K.. ....5,5,,.Q5ef.-,..,,.f ,.fS,,, , Mg. :ka X- ., fa . K. we 255 ,ag,as. ., .Qs ,, -Wi, 's . ..-f.-Q,-I '2s2??ifS't, ., , .M sa... ,s.e,a75f, ya L55-P-32-gif fzf , 3' Q 1 ,isgffszsiwt t V TIIOMAS E. SHAUGHNESSY 1125 Boylston St., Newton Upper Falls No man. e'er fell lhe holler draw, wilh good opinion of lhe law. Inspector, Shook: Born December 17, 1915: Busi- ness: Hyde: Fordham: To be a second Sherlock Ilolmes. JOHN SHEA Jack: Born OLIVE GRAYCE SIBLEY 63 Moffat Rd., Vllaban She may he well likened lo lhe dove and lhe olive branch. Sib, Illondic: Born April 7, 1915: General: Levi Warren: Bradford .Iunior College: Social Studies Club, 4: To be successful. 141 Edinboro St., Newtonville The blushing buy. September 5, 1916: Business: F. A. Day: Manhattan College: Varsity Football, 4: To invent a squirtless grapefruit. MYRON GLENWOOD SIEGAHS 11.3 Austin St., Newtonville Jusl al lhe age 'lwirl boy and youlh whois lhoughl is speech and speech is lrulh. Cigars, Cigarettes, Dynamite: Born February 26, 1914: Ilusiness: F. A. Day: Dartmouth: Newlonite, 2, 3, 4: Home Room Manager, 2: Baseball, 4: To make Bill Cunningham turn green with envy. JUNE CHANDLER SHEPHERD 12 Lyman St.. Newton Centre A woman of words and plcnly of aclion. Judy, Susie, Crisco: Born .Iune 3, 1915: Ollice Training: Mason: To run a nursery ftree farmj . DOUGLAS SLOANE 51 Prospect Ave., Newtonville Ile was a gentleman from sole lo crown. Doug: Born October 9, 1913: Scientific: F. A, Day: Harvard: President of Associates, 4: President of Ili-Y, 4: English Club, 4: Captain of Track, 4: Track, Indoor, 2, 3, 4-: Football, 2, 3: Senior Play: Track, Outdoor, 2, 3, 4: To run on the '36 Olympic team. ELIZABETH PIPER SIIERMAN 126 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands Jusl lry lo slap me, Betty: Born April 6, 1915: General: Ilyde: State College at Framingham: Legislature, 3: Social Studies Club, 3, 4, 5: Drama Club Workshop, 5: Costume Com- mittee for Drama Club Play, 5: Committee for Senior Banquet, 4: Chorus, 3, 5: Outdoor Concert, 3: Honor I-toll, 3, 4, 5: To be a success in the world. ARTHUR HALSTEAD SMITH 371 Waltham St., West Newton A quiel, enjoyable fellow who does his work well. Smitty: Born August 29, 1915: Scientific: Levi Warren: Colgate University: Aviation Club, 2: Foot- ball, 3: Indoor Track, 2, 3, 4: Outdoor Track, 3, 4: To hold my own in a revolving door. Sevenly-one .ef er 9 at Qs: QW f ft.,-.,.. J--11 -, fyrviv----'ggi Q ,,. Vw.. ., .- - . -as merits, 'rrz - 8' ffl- V n 'f A ' ' V- X' . 4'f ' 'QW rs, 1 1: asv if :xiv :iw fax:-1i:eG., as ' . 4. 'A ' K. . -:Mya , -L. - 'ff , A' 111. f , 9 1 ', Y- - ' ' H- .ff wzsisz - gr: 5. ' is fr" 'I .6 ' , f e' f ' 'ea " 1 r 2 " -4.5 . 4 .-,: 1. Wie, ,fl x Sercnly-fwo AUDREY ELIZABETH SMITH 132 Jcwett St., Newton A smile is a whisper of ll laugh. Smitty: Born July 5, 1916: Scientific: Bigelow: Un- decided: Neophytes, 1: Hockey, 1: Chorus, 1: Band, 2, 3. 4: Newtonite, 1, 2, 3: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2: 3. 4: English Club, 3, 4: Play Committee for Prize-Speaking, 3, Chairman, 4: Candy Committee for Senior Play, 4: Mid-year Concert, 2, 3: Gym Meet, 1: To make a success of my life. NATALE J. SOSTILIO, Jn. 31 Jackson St., Newton Centre A goodfrienrl lo everyone. Nat. Sos: Born June 13, 1913: Business: Mason: B. U.: Junior Varsity Football, 2: Varsity Football, 2: Varsity Hockey. 1, 2, 3, 4: Traffic Squad, 3: Outdoor Concert, 2: To live a happy life - and to beat Sully the wrestler. ELIZABETH E. SMITII 20 Eliot Memorial Bd., Newton A molhcr's pride, afulher's joy. Libby, Lib, Betty: Born September 2, 1915: Gen- eral: Bigelow: Colby Junior College: Traflie Sauad, 4: Publicity Committee Senior Play, 4: Poster Contest, 3, 4: To rival Adrian and Patou. CONSTANCE SOUTIIGATE 480 Lowell Ave., Newtonvillc Her hair was noi more sunny lhan her heart. Connie: Born March 1, 1915: Language: Brookline High: Colby Junior College: Field Hockey, 4: Senior Play: To have all the clothes I want. VVILLIAM JAMES SMITH 148 VValtham St., VVest Newton lifisdom shall die uviih you. Smitty: Born July 31, 1016: Business: F. A. Day: To live, travel, and enjoy life. VVARIKEN DAN SPAULDING 82 Falmouth Bd., Vllest Newton Come one. frame alll This rock shall flv From ils firm bam! as soon as I. Dan: Born October 7, 1916: General: Levi VVarren: Massachusetts Art School: Honor Boll, 1. 3: Camera Club, 1: Social Studies Club, 2, 3: Debating Club, 3: Newtonite, 2, 3: Publicity Committee of Senior Play: Senior Chorus: Itunchroom Squad. 4: To have Rocke- feller say to me, "Buddy, can ya spare a dime?" BARBARA SOLUIVIONT 50 Rowena Bd., Newton Ccntre A good disposflion fha! golrl cannot buy. Babs: Born December 2, 1915: Olliee Training: Roxbury Memorial High: Boston University: Tennis, 4: To be a nurse. GENEVIEVE ROSE SPEAR 175 Mill St., Newtonville Do nol say all Ihal you know, but always know what you say. 1 Gen: Born August 26. 1915: General: F. A, Day: Newtonile. 2: Hockey, 2: Drama Club. 3, 4: Christmas Play. 3: Drama Club Play, 3. Candy Committee, 4: Social Studies Club, 3: Basketball, 3: Committee of 75: Gym Meet, 3, 4: Honor Boll, 3: English Club, 4: Costume Committee, 4. -Afe--F " -A W 2 T?f5'3f'1ii--4-if-1-if-7 5 h l f ,is '13 We Witter' PS ' , , , J W..-.. , m.y, A , , A . ,A f p 't'lv'lf.i'1mfi'73eKtfj..Y fs. 1 ' 1 'K ua 1 if 4- Q3-ji I A - A 'J A 5, t t .,., Ag, I ' - is as Q :IH -A: W cl. 'Q H ,W .s':..':'1:f':.-"Heh .. 211-,,-':,.':i"v.'f-:if,. '5g,jf,: at 1 if vs .1 1 N H it -fx Lxta VIRGINIA D. SPRAGUE 46 Hood St., Newton The eyes are lhe pearl of lhe face. Ginnie: Born November 6, 1915: General: Brookline High: Art School: Home Economics Club, 1: To be tiny like Midge. EDITH GERTRUDE STAIIL 39 Bowers St., Newtonville All who joy would win . Mus! share il - Happiness was born a lwln. Edie, Dede: Born February 21, 1915: Otlice Train- ing: F. A. Day: Undecided: Outdoor Concert, 1: Gym Meet, 1, 2: Honor Roll, 1, 2: To travel, ROBERT HENRY SPROAT 275 Tremont St., Newton As I walked by myself, I lalked lo myself, and myseU replied lo me. Kelley, Bob: Born January 19. 1915: Scientific: i Bigelow: Wesleyan: Soccer, 1: Baseball, 1, 2: Basket- ball, 1: Honor Roll, 1, 2: Legislature, 1, 2, 3: Cross Country, 3: Orange Book Staff, 4: Anti-Bumrning Committee, 1: To find truth. EDNA LOUISE STAHL 39 Bowers St., Newtonville Frankru-ss is beller lhun flallery. Ed: Born February 21, 1915: Office Training: F. A. Day: Undecided: Outdoor Concert, 1: To swim the English Channel. MARJORIE SPURR 904 Watertown St., West Newton Unassuming people oflen have more inner knowledge t lhan the assuming. Midge: Born May 8, 1914: General: Levi Warren: Boston University : Soccer, 2, 3: Baseball, 2, 3: Bas- ketball, 2, 3. 4: Social Studies Club. 2, 3: Glee Club, 4: Outdoor Concert, 4: English Club, 4: To be a success- ful interior decorator. CHARLES ANDERSON STEINSIECK 204 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Where lhere is music there can be no harm. Charlie, Red: Born December 8, 1915: Mathematics: Mason: M. I. T.: Aviation Club, 1: Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4: Sophomore Dance Committee, 2: Band, 2, 3: Varsity Orchestra, 2, 3, 4: Indoor Con- cert, 2, 3: Outdoor Concert, 2. 3, 4: Newtonite, 3, 4: Assistant Editorial Editor, 4: Lunch Squad. 4: Senior Play Usher, 4: National Honor Society, 4: To play drums in the Casa Loma. PHYLLIS JEAN STAFFORD 340 Cabot St., Newtonville Her alfuble manner is paramount in lhe minds of her fellow classmates. Phyl: Born September l2, 1915: General: F. A. Day: Undecided: Neophytes, 2: Alpha Beta, 2: Basketball, 4. Class Team: Rand, 2: Hockey, 3. 4. 2nd Varsity: Tennis Team, 3, 4: Tennis Tournament, 2, 3, 4: Gym Meet, 2. 3: English Club, 4: Freshman-Sophomore Prize-Speaking Contest, 2: Senior Executive Commit- tee: To be able to spend all the money I haven't got. CARO ELEANOR STEV EN SON 7 Westchester Rd., Newton 0 call if by some beller name, For friendship sounds loo culd. Karo, Syrup: Born January 24, 1917: Language: F. A. Day: Undecided: Outdoor Concert, 2: Neu- phytes, 2: Alpha Beta, 2: Hockey, 2: Newtonite, 2, 3, 4: English Club, 3, 4: Soccer, 4: Archery, 4: Camera Club, 4: To see my ship come in. Sevenly-lhree I-..-:....f .gqfmf isa ,3g,.51g,,, ' if ' M552 2 lf. K'f?1?w ffiwv rM23iif1f'?7s:i 7 .1 1 ,L 'L J I f, ,w ,AQ . , . . , ...tw 4 J., .f '- L. ,.,,.1 fs 2. - .- . " . 3 3 efvgi ii- ' 42?-y"sQr -Swim g,wk'S:..4af,i' 231 'ff' fi L7 i f fi 'W ff - - - - ff - 1 A wi 24 2421554 .f ffm. ft if .eff we . , - . - we . .,sf55 1f,. ,,fe,,,g,,., ,,. ,x,..,Q ,M .. .,,, . , v. H 3' . ' s?f:fgw,, 'ffl' all .Steyr Y ' 121,15 3 rf, . .. -4 V i Y. .wi ,, .el 7 ., ,..,., ... .. , ..,. . , . , ,. . , . . 5 , .. ., 37,33 'leeway 2 Q ,. A ' f, ff P..-mini :sq 4 s 'ia I '.i!"rYg3'-.amkk x 3 3 , , .,,,,.,w .., , f, ' .. ' ' ' ' ' " 5. .,,,,,y 3 - n 1 " --guy' Q 2 12 ,L .. sz.. fu ...iii . 52 . . U: -1 Arif'-1-.1 .,1. A . , .. age. gg, gtg: 33 2 . 4315153 EQ, X ' wif M elif 1 2 . 1. ,,.- "- lg . 5 wtf? er W N 5 1 fi ' - Q. . 1 W 3 ,. f 4. L, :..g.i......4 ff 2 fggtatf. P .5 eff J". .' .' 1 WILLIAM S. STICKNEY 224 Cherry St., West Newton A man he .seems nf cheevful yeslerdays and confident l lomorraws. Stick, Bill: Born October 25, 19151 Businessg Levi Warreng To have enough ambition to do good things. MARY JOSEPHINE SULLIVAN 114 Dedham St., Newton Highlands She is nol shy or bold, bul simply self-possessed. Sullyg Born May 17, 1915, SCIGIIIHICQ Hyrle3 Massa- chusetts School of Art3 Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Track, 1 2, 3, 43 Field Hockey, 1, 23 Soccer, 1, 2, 3, 43 Gym Meet, 1, 2, 33 Baseball, 1, 2, 33 Senior Play Committee, 4. KARL R. STONE S Copley St., Newton N0 sound your slumber breaks. Fakie, Stonieg Born October 25, 19143 Scientificg Lenox School3 Dartmouthg Raseball, 43 Hockey, 43 To sell New York back to the Indians. DOROTHY MAE STREETER 1136 Centre St., Newton Centre Music halh charmx alone for peaceful minds. Dot, Dottieg Born September 30, 19153 Scientihcg Masong New England Conservatory of Musicg Base- ball, 13 Soccer, 23 Archery, 43 Outdoor Concert, 23 Gym Meet, 1, 23 Social Studies Club, 43 To find the Lost Chord. MARJORIE STONE 25 Elmore St., Newton Centre A mind nol lo be changed by place or lime. Midge, Marge3 Born August 2, 19153 Scientific3 Mason3 Undecided3 Gym Meet, 1, 43 Outdoor Con- cert, 13 Library Club, 3, 43 Legislature, 3, 43 Alpha Gamma Tau, 33 Senior Play Committee, 43 Basket- ball, 2, 43 Archery, 23 Baseball, 13 Soccer, 13 To have an Auburn spcedsler of my own. MIRIAM SUVALLE 324 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville Small, yes, bul whoever complained abou! lhe size of a slick of dynamile? Mimi, Mimsie3 Born December 21, 1915, Generalg F. A. Day3 Undecided3 Basketball, 2, 33 Field Hockey, 23 Archery, 3, 43 Gym Meet, 3, 43 Senior Play Candy Committee, 43 To join the Mounted Police and always get my man. ELEANOR LIBBY SULLIVAN 85 Washington Pk., Newtonville Slyle is lhe dress of lhoughls. Ellieg Born August 2, 19163 Languageg F. A. Dayg Garland Schoolg Alpha Beta, 23 Hockey, 2, 33 Soccer, 33 English Club, 43 To live my dreams. POLLYANNA SWEET 194 Hobart Rd., Chestnut IIill Good nalure's lhefounclalion of all good lhings. Polly, Po1lyann3 Born October 5, 19123 General3 Dana Hall3 To be worthwhile. Sevenlysfour 7 W' ll asf - fafifffff " ' " " ' A t ' ff? QS? if J! rv I . . - -- 2 f a ,see r fsse 'a :Z - Ms? wfif . Ears, ' 'L ,ffl'v"--""H- - -zz., 3 - 5 - Q- 3 :Ee l if -1 AQ, -7 ' E-7.44" ' x - -44 , '35-.:- '--L--i , I '44, KATHARINE ROSE SWENARTON 25 Bennington St., Newton Ladv whose brighl eyes rain injuence and win the prize. K, Kit, Katy, Kathie: Born April 10, 1916: Lan- guage: Evanston High School: Mt. Holyoke: Tralfic Squad, 2, 3: Outdoor Concert, 2: Orange Book. 3: English Club, 4: Junior Dance Committee: Library Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4: Gym Meet. 3, Committee, 4: Senior Play: National Honor Society, 3. 4: Baseball, 2, 3: Basketball, 2, 4: Honor Roll, 2: To count the 1,000 windows in Sunshine Biscuit Factory. WILLIAM JOSEPH TERRY 50 Cottage St., Newton Upper Falls An alhlele has power inborn, and Ihe courage lo carry on. Bill: Born December 2, 1913: Business: Emerson: University ol' Syracuse: Legislature, 4: Varsity Track, 4: Varsity Baseball. 3, 4: Chairman ol' Athletic Coun- cil, 4: To be a famous statesman. IIARLOW SCOTT SYLVESTER 19 Mountfort Rd., Newton Highlands A wise son maketh a gladfalher. Stue: Born June 14, 1915: Business: Hyde: Boston University: Social Studies Club, 4: To master English. CHARLES EUGENE THATCHER 3 Walnut Ter., Newtonville Mark lhe perfecl man, and behold the aprighl. Charlie, Gene, Olly, Rabbit: Born December 22, 1913: General: Watertown: Undecided: Hi-Y, 4: Junior Varsity Football, 3: Junior Varsity Baseball, 2: Varsity Football, 3: To become an All-American football player. FRANK TAYLOR 97 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville Fair Queen, qaolh he, if any love you owe me, measure my slrangeness wilh my unripe years. Born November 15, 1914: Mathematics: F. A. Day: Wentworth: Junior Varsity Football, 2: Intermediate Hockey, 2, 3: Junior Varsity Baseball, 3: Varsity Hockey, 4: To be a mattress tester. ELIZABETH LOUISE THOMAS 245 River St., West Newton A very quiel, proper girl. Betty, Tommy: Born Dceemher 1, 1915: Oiiice Training: Levi Warren: Burdett: Outdoor Concert, 4: To get something to eat at "C" lunch. ROSEMARY ANN TENANTY 167 Parker St., Newton Centre A cheerful counlenanee belokens a good hearl. Bubsy: Born February 23. 1915: General: Waltham High: Undecided: To go through life with a smile in spite of depression. MARJORIE THOMPSON 150 Pleasant St., Newton Centre Such a lin,v one Chuekfull offun. Chuckie: Born December 14, 1914: General: Mason: Journalistic School: Baseball. 1, 2: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3: Soccer, 1, 2: Basketball, 1: Home Room Manager, 1: Prize-Speaking, 1, 2, 3: To operate lrallic signals. Sevrnly-five . '- " '4""H" 7' 5 ,L., WT,,g'T' 2 1 ' 4' 7 " "' ' A W +5-sp" ' ' ..-, - 'fu f Z.:-W. 1 7 H- sv' ,- IQ.: fe 112 -f .Q ' W? - Q f 'Y!""""R. it aes - ' t 'L' - fl - ., get W .5 .., ,L if-as I , f' J . V., 4 - is - '- ' ' L ' ' . "" :itll rf , 3 . L,igg.,1gl.... y M f mf - -- -'-'- ff ,sg fit- ,Q i. , , -, A 1: ----Q A Seventy-s iz MARGARET CHRISTINE THORNTON 10 Camden Rd., Auburndale An ounce of mirlh is worlh a pound of sorrow. Peggy, Born JUIIC 3, 1915, Scientific, Levi VVarren, University of New Hampshire, Alpha Beta, 2, Gym Meet, 3, French Club. 3, English Club, fl, Chorus, 2, Outdoor Concert, 2, To have a penthouse on Lennex Avenue. ELLEN MARGARITA TOWER 56 Somerset Rd,, West Newton For all her gayrl-y and laughter, tl person of no lillle depths. El, Elie, Tower, Born January 7, 1916, Scientific, Levi Warren, Vesper George, Gym Meet, 2, 3, New- tonian Art. Staff, 4, Social Studies Club. 4, Alternate to Legislature, 4, To play a Daily Record. WILLIAM A. TILLEY 37 Homer St., Newton Centre The man lhul blushes Is rm! quile a brute. Bill, Born June 21, 1914, General, Mason, Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, Legislature. I, Secretary, Senior Class, Ili-Y, 4: Basketball. Junior Varsity, 2, Intermediate, 3, Varsity, 4, 5, To build ships for landlubbers. JOIIN LOTHROP TOWER 119 Ilaneock St., Auhurndale His lime is fore1:er,' eiferywhfre his place. Horn April 2, 1916, Scientific, Levi Warren, Dart- mouth, Committee ol' 75, 3, Honor Roll, 4, To make someone believe one of my stories. EARLE EDWARD TILTON, JR. 148 Parker St., Newton Centre Thou shall find him lhe best king of ull goodfellows. Born January 31, 1916, Scientific, Mason, Dart- mouth, Baseball, 3, To keep James Leach from talk- ing politics. GILBERT TRUN KETT 7 Otis Row, Newtonville A lilllr' nonsense now and lhen. Gil, Born September 27. 1917, Language: East Junior Ili 'll W'1tert,own' Ilarvard: Honor Roll, 2, To be an eiiqiert polo playerr- FLORENCE OLIVE TOOMBS 103 Newtonville Ave., Newton Give me the eloquenl cheek, where blushes burn and dir. Billie, Born September 11, 1915, Oflice Training, Bigelow, Soccer, 1. 2, Baseball. 1, 2, 3, Ilonor Roll. 1, 2, Gym Meet, I, 2, To do as I please. ELIZABETH PHYLLIS TURBERTT 87 Grove Iiill Ave., Newtonville Betty, Bet, Born February 4, 1916, General, F. A. Day, Miss Chamberlain's, Basketball, 2, 3, Hockey, 2, 3, Newtonite. 3, Drama Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2. FRANK JOHN ' . f an -' ' : as L, 5. jeg. , . ,,,: :,,,, .. in 5 :4'U'f'1'j'f : I. ' -s A xx gf 7' ' . Hfifttf- --":f3:Ev.- .:HfE2,2 L 1 2r:": 1 ' U '- "H-' -1 :' M-' J 1 -., , . " "' ...-v--N . 'ff I "" ' if Q ' u .L , F --' . E5 vm- - - if! Y A-4 K K ' f: - 2-1: :if " 'f rt" in ea.x."3t -1 Lk' A , it ts- .-, 'N , . , ' wigg, E--5. ',,,". 531 ,,gg:.Lj5i,2g,- 12 , 74"-:.:--Q-1-' wheat i'w"t 'f xi' .111 3535154 .,,.., -'1 2-1 '-: H "f"'W" '- f m ,-I "" " an "' . - W-Wa., .. -.5 9. ,.,.. ..,. S.. .Q Q Xf'Witk"5'wfT4,S LOIS TURNBULL 215 Winslow Rd., VVaban Thou hast no sorrow in lhy song, No winler in lhy year. Born February 24, 1916: Scientific: Hyde: Alpha Beta, 2: Aviation Club, 2, 4: Camera Club, 2, 4: Secretary, 4: English Club, 4: Legislature, 3, 4: Honor Roll, 3, 4: National Honor Society, 4. RUTH EILEEN UNDERWOOD 52 Byfield Rd., VVaban Smiling she's seen from morning lill nighl. Undies: Born April 29. 1913: Oflice Training: Mineola High School: Committee of 75, 3: Honor Roll, 3: 'To be a medical secretary. DOROTHY E. TWIGG 52 Washington Pk., Newtonville A sofl answer larnelh away wrath. Dot, Bunk: Born March 21, 1916: General: F. A. Day: Boston University: Band, 1, 2: Gym Meet, 1: To be a dietitian. ELIZABETH INA VAN ROSEN 44 Grafton St., Newton Centre Red hair, pep, and goodforlane. Betty: Born November 29, 1915: Lan uage: Cleve- land Heights: Wellesley: Basketball, 4: English Club, 4: To find an ambition. HARRY UDIN 61 Wildwood Ave., Newtonvillc Greal ideas travel slowly, andfor a lime, noiselessly. Shad: Born April 28, 1916: Mathematics: F. A. Day: M. I. T.: Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, 4: Debating Society, 4: Aviation Club, 4: Newtonite Sport Staff, 3, 4: Newtonian Distribution Staff, 4: Scholarship Roll, 3, 4: National Honor Society, 4: To Iind a method for releasing sub-atomic energy. VASSALOTTI 46 Parsons St., VVest Newton There is another and a heller world. Vass: Born March 24, 1915: Mathematics: F. A. Day: Virginia Polytechnic: Intermediate Football, 2: Varsity Football, 3, 4: Varsity Basketball Squad, 2: Captain, 2nd Varsity Basketball, 3: Varsity Basket- ball. 4, Alternate to Legislature, 4: Legislature. 5: Hi-Y, 5: Honor Roll, 2: Home Room Manager, 5: To capture Ireland single handed. JOHN BARNES ULINE 11 Leonard Ave., Newton To possess common sense is not a common thing. Born March 29, 1916: Scientific: F. A. Day: Dart- mouth: Junior Varsity Football, 2: Intermediate Football, 3: Alternate, Legislature, 2: Honor Roll, 2: Aviation Club, 4: Social Studies Club, 4: National Honor Society, 4. DOROTIIEA VITELLI 97 Washington Pk., Newtonville Nez! lo acquiring good friends lhe besl acqaisilion is lhal of good books. i Born November 11 1914 Oilice Train Dot, Dott eg f , 1 - ing: F. A. Day: Portia Law School: Outdoor Concert, 1: Gym Meet, 2: Social Studies Club, 3, 4: Glee Club, 43 To become a great lawyer. Sevenly-seven --iff?-s, . , 3 A . -az, gi- - ewggl. il, W"' if iviidigili ,: '1 " ' y""" " " L . .flag . s Ii., f 3, TJ?" 1i?'l'?Ufi, blow 52 ff? g "H , , T EL, 3 1 ' 3 if., N .iigfiiis 'iiffffillil if ff, 2352352 5. me 5 V1 'fl ' Jill :, l itiffcief- f f' xififlalfai' ffl-wa feleffeiliashw -f 3,5 537 si- ggi: .5525 'fam fm. ', -f l- .3 N lf-m,,4 -5-v . Z-- f ifigish' .Malaysia fx .ri ff we 3.4.4 wif? ,ff all. 3 w , Q 2- .Ta ,f,gs,3eez.ew w -fi:w15.f' ""' We - at - t. ILL ll 5 -, .J L,,L, ,, 3 1 . ,bg . ,L,L fa. Sezvenly-eiyhl FRANK M. VONER 293 Webster St., Auburndale He isn'l a leader, bu! a goodfollower. Frankyg Born August 17, 19143 Gencral3 Water- town High, To be a building contractor. ROBERT FITZ-RANDOLPH WALKER 711 Chestnut St., Waban I care nol wha! lhc world lhinksg I have my Own opinion. Bob., Born May 1, 19151 Languageg American High of 1,i11"lSQ 11arvard3 Rand. 23 Orchestra, 23 Newtonite, 23 To make a capitalist of Kenneth Algernon Johnson. HARRY LEONARD WALEN 36 Billings Pk., Newton True ease in wr iling comes from arl, not chance. Gilson3 Born June 26, 19151 Language: Rigelow3 IIarvard3 Newtonite, 23 Editor of Newtonian, 43 Board of Publications, 43 Debating Club, 43 To become a professor of English before I am 80. WILLIATVI D. WALKER, Jn. 15 Park Pl., Newtonville Happy as a clam al hiyh tide. Bill, Born November 5, 19131 Scientificg F. A. Dayg Football, lg To collect cat fur to make kitten breeches. LOIS FREDA VVALES 581 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls The nobles! mind, the best conlenlment has. Lo, Loieg Born August 23, 19153 Olfice Training, Levi Warren3 Chorus, 1, 23 Outdoor Concert, 1, 23 To go to a business college. WILSON VVALKER 15 Park Pl., Newtonville God's finger louched him, and he slepl. Baldy, Daddy3 Born August 14, 1912, Scientificg F. A. Dayg 1l1'll19C1l1CdQ Tennis, 2, 3, 4, 53 Traliic Squad, 2, 3: Basketball, 2, 3, 43 Lunchroom Squad, 3, 43 Foot- ball, 2, 3, 43 Track, 3, 43 Varsity Orchestra, 3, 43 Out- door Concert, 3, 43 Class Orchestra, 43 ALBERT IIAYNES WALKER 75 Commonwealth Pk., West, Newton Centre Lel me have music, I seek no more. A13 Born March 1, 19153 Languagm F. A. Day3 Har- vard3 Senior Play Committee, 43 Chairman of Busi- ness Committee for Senior Play, 43 Debating Club, 33 Alternate for Legislature, 43 National Honor Society, 4, HELEN KATHARINE NVARD 183 Tremont St., Newton Good nalure is a signal of a large and generous soul. Kay, Dimps3 Born September 9, 1915, Scientificg Big9l0WQ School of Dramatic Art3 Neophytes, 13 Gym Meet, 13 Soccer, 2, 33 Outdoor Concert, 2, 33 Chorus, 2, 33 Drama Club, 43 To sell ice cubes to Eskimo igloo builders. FRED WASSERMAN 126 Manet Rd., Chestnut Hill Laugh and the world laughs with you. Wasseyg Born April 11, 19163 Scientificg Memorial High School3 Amherstg Junior Varsity Football, 33 To study medicine. EDNA MAE WEBBER 37 William St., West Newton Silken, chaste, and hushed. Shrimpgh Born August 6, 19153 Ollice Training3 South Junior Hi h, Waltham: Gym Meet, 23 To grow a couple of inchng. GLADYS LOUISE WATT 395 Winchester St., Newton Highlands If music be the food of love, play on! Glady3 Born June 13, 19153 Office Training3 IIyde3 Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 43 Outdoor Con- cert, 1, 2, 3, 43 Mid-year Concert, 1, 2, 33 Alpha 118133 President, Commercial Club, 43 Vice-President, Anti- Bumming Campaign, 13 Gym Meet, 1, 23 Honor Roll, 1, 23 National Honor Society, 43 To lead an orchestra as well as Guy Lomhardds. MARGARET VIVIAN EMMA WEED 14 Delmore Rd., Newton Highlands Oh! To dance all night and dress all day. Vee. Viv, Wivian3 Born September 17, 1915Q Gen- eralg 11yde3 Waltham 11ospital3 Gym Meet, 1, 2, 43 Traffic Squad, 23 Home Economics. 43 Costume Com- mittee for Senior Play, 43 Basketball, 1, 43 To sell telephones to a deaf and dumb asylum. WAKEFIELD WATTS 10 Washington Pk., Newtonville Her air, her manners, all who saw admired. Margo, Peggyg Born May 31, 19153 Language3 F. A. Day3 Welles-zley3 Alpha Beta, 2: Hockey, 2, 3, 43 Basketball, 2, 3, 43 English Club, 4, ALISON WELLS 13 Fredana Rd., Waban - Of all those arts in which the wise excel, Nature's chief masterpiece is writing well. Allie3 Born May 30, 19153 Scientiiic3 Levi WHPIBHQ Undecided3 Orange Book, 33 French Club, 43 To do everything I've planned. DOUGLAS LEROY WEATHERHEAD 504 Watertown St., Newtonville Chieflv, the mould ofa man'sfortune is in his own hands. Berger, Longfellow3 Born April 14, 19143 Mathe- matics3 F. A. Dayg Middlebury: Tennis Tournament, 3, 43 To meet that worthy individual who first claimed French to be necessary for the development of a human brain. ELLEN BRYDEN WESTON 10 Larch Rd., Waban Happiness is womans rarest cosmetic, Westy3 Born June 14, 19153 Language: Masong Sarah IIHWTEHCBQ Gym Meet, 1, 2, 33 Legislature, 13 Alpha Beta, 1, 23 Neophytes, 1, 23 English Club, 43 Library Club, 43 Newtonite, 43 Senior Executive Commi1.tee3 Dance Committee, 13 Traflic Squad, 2, 33 Candy Committee of Senior Play3 Honor Roll, 13 glasonal Honor Society, 43 To teach dogiish how to ar , Seventy-n ine --f- T I L,2e :.:f,,sw ex' ff-:fQv.i.Qf: -Qu.-lN,,,7 INV - --' .f f 4-M -Q f-- ' .fsfiivl-1. 4:-,s:212wg2gs,,Yi25' 'fileif' sl.E,gsv:2i' f ' . f'-'--'H-""'4-' 'Q . - E, A y . - , ff ' "":"::f:.::-' -. f. Q 'I' - . .V crowd. CAROLYN E ighly Carol, Kiki: Born June 1, 1916: General: Levi Warren: Massachusetts School ol' Art: Legislature, 2' Social Studies Club, 3, 4: Scholarship Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4' KATHARINE MA RY WIIALEN 186 Oliver Rd., Wahan Shes never haughlv, newer proud, but popular in every Kittie, Kits: Born July 13, 1916: Scientific: Levi Warren: Damon Hall: Basketball, 3: English Club 4: 1 Gym Meet, 3: French Club, 3: Anti-Humming Ride l Campaign, 1: Candy Committee ol' Senior Play. 4: Honor Roll, 4: Girls' Debating Club, 4: To own a Pierce Silver Arrow. JIEANETTE WHITE 25 Sumner St., Newlon Centre Of manners genlle, Of ajfeclions mild. Jan, Net: Born July 16, 1915: General: Mason: Lasell Seminary: Gym Meet, 1, 3, 4: Home Economics Club, 3, 4: Outdoor Concert. 1, 2: Basketball, 4: Archery, 3: Social Studies Club, 4: To go to the in- augu ral ball. WHITAKER 4-58 Woodward St., Waban There is nolhlny haU so sweel As a dimple HL ll maidelL's cheek. Tennis Tournament, 1, 2, 3, 4-: Tennis Team, 4' Archery, 2, 3: Soccer, 1, 2. 3, 4: Hockey, 2: Basket- ball, 3, 4: Volley Ball, 4: Girls' Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 3, 41: Ping-Pong, 4: National Honor Society, 4: To learn by experience only. PAUL R. WHITE 14 Edinboro Pl., Ncwtonville lIe'11 lore lo know everylhing. Whity: Born July 22, 1915: Business: F. A. Day: To heat Sir Camphell's speed record. BARBARA WHITE 116 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill Charms slrike lhe sighl, bul meril wins lhc soul. Bee, Barb: Born February 3, 1914: General: Mason: Chandler: Class Hockey, 1, 2, 5: Varsity, 5: Base- ball, 3, 5: Basketball, 5: Newtonite, 3, 4, 5: Social Studies Club, 5: Camera Club, 5: Outdoor Concert, 2, 3: Honor Roll, 5: To ride hursebaek all night, SIIELSON A. VVHITE 32 Woodland Bd., Auburndale Speech is greal, bul silence is grealer. Scientific: Brighton High: University ol' Minnesota' , To write an essay of al least twice as many words as my SGHIOI' CSSSY. CAROLYN LOWERY W1llTl-I 18 Brewster Hd., Newton Highlands Hlushiny is lhe color of virlue. Lyn, Carol: Born November 12, 1915: General: Hyde: Miss WheeIock's: Outdoor Concert, 1..2: Social Studies Club, 4: Home Economics Club, 4: Girls' Gym Meet, 2: To have lots of fun in life. VIRGINIA WHITEHEAD 28 Austin St., Newtonville LU'e is like a bowl of cherries. Ginnie: Born December 11, 1915: Language: Wellesley High: Colby Junior: To be myself. Whitey, Frenchie, Reverend: Born March 17, 1914: ! "i"la"'m" " ' :ff '. ' - - Q--..,. A Y --LV , ' - 5,4 -- QQMLJ ' , :illi fi I Ogg is ..,, ALVIN SCIIOFF WIIITMORE 479 California St., Newton The work praises ihe workman. Red: Born October 9, 1916: Scientific: F. A. Day: B. U.: Cross Country, 4: German Club, 4: To run to lunch through the fourth dimension. MARION S. WILKERS 32 Woodbine Ter- Auburndale I am all lhe daughlers of myfalhefs house, And all lhe brothers, loo. Syl: Born April 11, 1915: Oflice Training: Levi Warren: Burdett: To count the lights on Broadway. JULIA WHITTEN 11 Owaisa Rd., Waban For xhe's mild and swnel lj will. Julie: Born August 15, 1915: Language: Levi Warren: Vesper George: Gym Meet, 2, 3, 4: Class llockey, 2, 3: Class Soccer, 2, 3, 4: Class Basketball, 2. 4: Class Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Tennis Tournament, 2, 3: To own a lleet of clippers, and be a privatcer upon the high seas. GORDON B. VVILKES, JR. 51 Everett St., Newton Centre Nulhing is so dear and precious as lime. Duff: Burn February 17, 19l6: Mathematics: Mason: M. I. T.: Band, 1, 2. 3: Orchestra. l, 2: Outdoor Track. 3, 4: Indoor Track, 4: Newtonian Staff, 4: Usher Senior Play, 43 To iind some ham in a sandwich in the lunchroom. JOIIN W. WHITTLESEY I4 Read Ct., Newton Ccntrc Boys will be boys. Pete: Born August 18, 1917: Language: Governor Dummer Academy: Harvard: Newtonian Staff. 4: Math Club, 4: Honor: Roll, 3, 4: Trailic Squad, 4: National IIonor Society, 4. GEORGE C. WILSON 543 Dedham St., Newton Centre Ambition knows no resl. Willie: Born August 4, 1915: Scientific: Nahant Junior High: I-Iarvard: To be the man who tests monkey wrenches for throwing into machinery. FANNIE WIGOD 39 Robinhood St., Auburndale Good, but noi lou good. Franny, Faye: Born June 2, 1915: Oliice Training: Levi Warren: Burdett: Treasurer of Commercial Club, 4: To count the windows in the Woolworth Building, JOHN DOUGLAS WILSON 48 Park Ave., Newton A good repulalinn is more valuable lhan money. Doug: Born August 25. 1915: General: Bigelow: Undecided: Assistant Manager of Football, 1: Base- ball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity, 4: Cross Country, 3, 4: Out- door Concert, 3, 4: Trallic Squad. 3: Indoor Track, 4. Eighly-one 1 3 QWAFQQH sf? 2 535 gfnigfmi ,QQ , ff wie ,gaZiw ix if iapgiabtlg se-45,5 ms:-Saga., ma 'HT 1 'Ak ,NV "' Psa.5"'aT'w.'wx -1 .. 1' ff mf - " -1 W " ' H ,rf 5 -- '- 'il'- - l - .F . 1 I? 34. r ' - ' 53 ,: l, E ..,. .. - gf,-i. . 7. nf- : ...L-H. .W .,.,..... , ....- M... Qvzizi, ,, k :HJ Lb-,hr--..,U Flats, . D I, E ighly-Iwo RICHARD WILSON languages at Harvard. 396 Ward St., Newton Centre And, lhen, a voice spoke seeking knowledge. Dick, Born February 22, 1915, Language, Mason, Harvard, Debating Club, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Newtonian Staff, 4, Senior Play, 4, Honor Roll, l, 2, 3, 4, Traffic Squad, 2, 4, Home Room Manager, 1, 3, National Honor Society, 4, To be a professor of 20 Exeter St., West Newton To her with her quiel ways, We say, yoa'll lravelfar along lUe's way. Phil, Bom March 6, 1915, General, State High, Kalamazoo, Mich, Art School, Never to miss a night at the Georgian. KENELM WINSLOW, JR. 11 Jenison St., Newtonville Sees! a man diligenl in his hnsiness? He shall stand before kings. Ken, Sonny, Weasel, Born June 25, 1915, Business, PHYLLIS WOOD F. A. Day, Undecided, Junior Varsity Basketball, 2: Varsity Basketball, 4, Tennis Tournament, 3, 4, Senior Play, Outdoor Concert, 2, Band, 2, Honor Roll, 3, 4, To teach Technocracy to college professors. MARGARET GEORGIANNA WOODS 224 Jackson St., Newton Centre Noi very lall, noi very small, Bal sweel andfair, and loved by all. Peg, Peggy, Tiny, Born November ll, 1914, General, Mason, Quincy Hospital Training School for Nurses, Gym Meet, l, 2, 3, Baseball, 1, Home Economies breezes. To take life easy. GRACE WOOD Club, 1, 4, President, 4, Chorus, 2, Outdoor Concert, 2, Social Studies Club, 4, Senior Dress Assembly, 4, To live in Squantum in the winter, and enjoy the sea CLAUDIA GRACE WOMBOLDT 12 Salisbury Rd., Newton In small proportions we just beaulies see. Horn December 25, 1913, Ofllce Training, F. A. Day, Boston School of Calculating, Gym Meet, 2, 3, PAUL RODERICK WOODS 37 Crescent Ave., Newton Centre Even lhough ranquished, he'd argue slill. Woodsy, Born February 7, 1015, Scientific: Mason, Massachusetts State, Drama Club, 4, Debating Club, 4, To be a doctor. 15 Trowbridge Sl., Newton Centre Virlue is bold and goodness never fearful. Born August 7, 1915, General, Mason, Alpha Beta, 1, To drive my own car as fast as I like. ELIZABETH WORCESTER 35 Risley Rd.. West Newton I will give thee wine lo drink from lhe ancient wells of lhoughl. Lilla, Born December 19, 1915, Language, Media High School, Media, Pa., Simmons, To be a librarian. ,--:- .. 'wa' 4 ' ' " " ' ne... - K 1 'L Q . w s, L ., . Fe L :I , ' I V 1, , 1 ,. - 'X C A A 4-L: .. ,,af.'355i..i BA?-Q-.ffffa MARTHA ANN VVORDEN 51 Tarleton Rd., Newton Centre How near lo good is wha! is fair. Marth, Marty: Born February 15, 1915: General: Academy of Notre Dame: Katherine Gibbs Secre- tarial School: Gym Meet, 1, 2: Home Economics Club, 4: Chorus, 4: Newtonian Staff, 4: Class Picture Committee, 4: Outside Music, 2, 3: Outdoor Concert, 4: To have the courage of my convictions. JOANNE THAYER WYMAN 25 Walden St., Newtonville The girl of an indepenrleni mind. Jo, Jana, Joan, Johnnie: Born February 18, 1916: Language: F. A. Day: Katharine Gibbs: Alpha Beta, 2: English Club, 4: Book Club, 2: Legislature, 4: Board of Publications, 4: Newtonite, 2, 4: Chairman, Writing i Committee in Prize Essay Contest, 4: Short Story Con- ! test, 3: Basketball, 2, 3: National Honor Society, 4: To be a writer and to win arguments with life. ALLEN RAYMOND VVORLEY 17 Winchester Rd., Newton Knowledge is power. Professor, Al: Born April 6, 1915: Business: El Paso High: Texas University: Newtonite, 2: Camera Club, 2, 3: English Club, 4: Drama Club, 4: Debating Club, 4: Band, 3, 4: Varsity Orchestra, 3, 4: Class Orchestra, 3, 4: Chorus, 4: Drama Club Play, 4: English Club Play, 4: Outdoor Concert, 3, 4: New- tonian, 4: Motion.P1cture Committee, 4: To be a second Richard HQIIJIIFLOH. F. GORDON YARLOTT 8 Whitney Rd., Newtonvillc Viclory follows me, and all lhings follow viclory. F, Soupie, Gordie, 50 Bucks: Born June 8, 1913: General: Huntington: Undecided: Hi-Y, 4: Legisla- ture, 4: Senior Play, 4: Home Room Manager, 4: Cheer Leader, 4: Lunchroom Squad, 4: Drama Club, 4: Track, 3: English Club, 4: Honor Roll, 4: Tennis Tournament, 1. GEORGE W. WRIGHT, Jn. 49 Victoria Circle, Newton Centre Come, give us a taste ofyour qualily. Junie: Born May 7, 1914: General: F. A. Day: Lowell Tech: Debating Club, 4: German Club, 4: Junior Varsity Basketball, 3: Boys' Tennis Tourna- ment, 2, 3, 4: To be like Gordon Yarlott and tell mother everything. FRANCES YATES 983 Washington St., Newtonville Learning wilh thought is labor won. Fran: Born March 5, 1915: Office Training: New Haven High: Gym Meet, 2: To be an interior decora- tor. PRISCILLA ANNE WRIGHT 706 Beacon St., Newton Centre Lel me play the fool: Wilh mirlh and laughter lei old wrinkles come. Pris: Born May 9, 1916: Scientific: Mason: Skid- more: Alpha Beta, 1, 2: Neophytes, 1, 2: French Club, 3: English Club, 3, 4: Drama Club, 3, 4: Gym Meet, 1, 2, 3: Trallic Squad, 4: Chorus, 1, 2: Outdoor Concert, 1, 2: Honor Roll, 4: To meet someone who can say "Rubber buggy bumpers" ten times. PALMER YORK 301 Otis St., West Newton You can fool some of lhe people some of lhe lime - Speed-merchant, Swede: Born June 21, 1915: Mathematics: Levi Warren: Yale: Football, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 2: Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Indoor Track, 4: Outdoor Track, 3, 4: Hi-Y, 4-: Honor Roll, 1: To be Olympic hurdle champion, own a Lincoln road- ster, and drive a boat 100 miles per hour. E ighty-lhree - I 1-W' 'QM .A..,, -1 Q W ,,. ., A ze.. f- is ,..,, J E- at ,nit . ,,-'- 1... fi-M' ' , ' -' - . f Qvf.v I-N -'L' 23 1, E ighiy-four DOROTHY LOUISE YOUNG 547 Ward St., Newton Centre Only the aclions of lhe jusl Smell sweei and blossom in lhe dust. Dotty, Dot: Horn January 5, 19163 General: Mason: Colby Junior College, Basketball. I. 2. 3, 4: Traflie Squad, 21 Gym Meet, 1, 23 English Club, 45 Home Economics Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 23 Newtonite Staff, 43 To walk miles in the rain. X CATHERINE ELIZABETH CIHACCHIA 83 Border St., West Newton Even lhrough her hardships, she keeps on, smiling. Kay: Born February 211, 10153 Oliice Training: Levi VVarrcng Chorus, 2, 31 Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, Gym Meet, 21 To be a radio blues singer. ROSELLA YOUNG 16 Duane Ct., West Newton Grave was in all her sleps, In every geslure dignilv. Bud, Born September 4, -19143 Oliice Training: Northern High School, Detroit, To make a tour of the world. EMILY MARY DEWOLFE 250 California St., Newton ' And wilh a merry step and a backward glanre, she passes by, Em, Emmy, Born March 10. 1913: Ollice Training, F. A, Duyg Gym Meet, 2g Lunch Squad, 4, To be frank. LOUISA ALLISON ZWICKER 50 Auburn St., West Newton I love lranquil soliladc and such sociely As is quiet, wise, and good. Born October 31, 1915, Language, Somerville High School: Undecided: Archery, 4: Honor Roll, 43 Na- tional Honor Society, 4, To meet Christopher Morley. ANNA IHENE KARLONIS 45 High St., Newton Upper Falls Blondie, Born September 17, 19154 Otiice Training, William Carter High, Needham, Burdettg To travel. BARBARA ELIZABETH BEALE 337 Waban Ave., Vlfahan Marvel in her characler. Bebe, Bobby, Horn July 23, 1915: Office Training: Fairhaven High, Fairhaven: Undecidedg To play a good game of tennis. FLORENCE CAROLINE LEONE 12 Cook St., Newton This all she is,' what beiler reporlg a friend, a pal, a good sport. Florie, Flo: Born March 23, 19153 Ofiice Training, F. A. Day, Truilic Squad, 45 Committee of 75, 35 Publicity Committee, Senior Play, 43 Chorus, 23 Out- door Concert, 23 To travel. ,, , E, + 'f ms.-.lun-.-. .mas ir ii is 153' Q ni illlgii wati-an E lat.. B lm " W-'fm 'W if 3733 MXXYSQQ ' 3 , 1 .. . .,... . C gi- ,Ng ' ,N CATHERINE MARGARET MCDONALD ' 156 Warren St., Newton Centre Quiet minds are generally happy! Kaykie, Kay, Born January 12, 1916: Ollice Train- ing, Sacred Heart School, Undecided, Gym Meet, l, Social Studies Club, 3, Archery, 3, 4, To have an ambition. ALYCE LOUISE MILLEN 445 Highland St., Newton lVe have heard lhe chimes al midnighil Al, Skipper, Born August 4, 1915, Ollice Training, F. A. Day, Gym Meet, 2: Basketball, 2, Orange Book, 3, To see Europe. RICHARD BRINE 412 Fuller St., West Newton You write wilh ease lo show your breeding, Hui easy wriiing's cursed hard reading! Dick, Born July 7, 1914, General, Levi Warren, Boston University, Cross Country, 3, 4, Indoor Track, 4, Outdoor Track 4, 5, Social Studies Club, 4, 5, Tennis Tournament, 4, To be able to loaf like a gentleman. JAMES BYRNES 125 Arnold Rd., Newton Centre Naughl is loo high for the daring of mortals. Born October 23, 1915, Scientific, Hebron Academy, Undecided, Hockey, 4, Glee Club, 4, Tennis, 4. ROSEMARY ELIZABETH CAVANAUGH 110 Parker St., Newton Centre If lo her some female errors fall, Look on her face and yozfllforgel lhem all. Ro, Cav, Born January 9, 1915, General, Mason, Undecided, To be a private secretary. DARWIN CHAPDELAINE 375 Newtonville Ave., Newton Lel lhe worsl come to worst, Chap, Born July 5, 1914, Scientific, Boston Trade, To be a journalist. BARBARA COX 117 Nonantum St., Newton Knowledge is power. Born July 21, 1915, General, Bigelow, National Honor Society, 4. VERNE FROST 15 Duflield Rd., Auburndale The puresi ireasure morial limes afford is spoiless repulalion. Frosty, Born March 30, 1914, Mathematics, Levi Warren, M. I. T., Aviation Club, 2, 3, 4, 5, Honor Roll, 5, Mathematics Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To become the head of an engineering department. ROSAMOND C. GUNN 245 Adams St., Newton A happy hear! has many friends. Rosie, Born October 24. 1915, General, New York City, Lincoln Training School, Social Studies Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, Basketball, 3, To be a dietitian. ELLEN A. PATRICIA HANSBURY 171 Langley Rd., Newton Centre My kingdom for a horse - and lhe wide open spaces. Born April 11, 1915, Ollice Training, Mason, Bryant and Stratton, Glee Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, Baseball, 1, 2, Soccer, 1, Chorus, 1, 2, Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 4, To learn how to ride horseback. ALBERT P. HEBERT 96 Freeman St., Auburndale Earneslness is enthusiasm lempered by reason. Al, Born May 26, 1915, Mathematics, Mason, Football, 2, 3, 4, Indoor Track, 3, Outdoor Track, 3, To be a lloorwalker on an escalator. JOHN HENNESSY 29 Carver Rd,, Newton Highlands His ambilion soars above us high. Born May 18, 1914, General, Hyde, Gettysburg, Baseball, 1, Junior Varsity Hockey, 1, 2, Lunchroom Squad, 2, 3, Trallic Squad, 1, 3, Varsity Hockey, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 1, Hi-Y, 4, Legislature, 4, To walk away from every landing. E ighty-five 591 g Z, I 6,-,ww ,I ,,, W , . ,M wa., ,V,. ,ew . ..,. ., .. ,V ., H A. :-Z -NEW K .. .WW .,,. V,.. . . . .. .. .. N , . W . Az' I l " M , li ""'1" f ,f , fzz , .. .,., . .fa ',7Q,"f,51',?2,?i.,, f .'Lf'.7'.- ,,3" i72":M5Z"""f"fff , . .5 W ag me , L E 1 . ...s Es' ' .Eu Y K? Ely, ii wliw ls, tzijifz X Q 6 H2 ,H ggxlxll Inga vnta-U bill .1 - iw gs, Wd Wa? W gs! 5 ,nxt .4 --IAA. . :, .. H .. ,,..,..... .. X ,M 4,4 ,,.,, ,, ,,,, . PAUL LES LETENDER ....t.i ...,....- ..-1f"..-gn:-,T -In mv, 'H 1 -, -. 3 2061 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Dignily and wisdom. Frenchy, Born May 5, 1914, Business, Biddeford High. NORMA THERESE MACDOW 30 Berwick Rd., Newton Highlands Like dorlors wise, when all dispule is pasl, We find our lenels just lhe some al lasl. Honey, Born April 10, 1915, Scientific, VVatertown High, To relieve suffering children. JAMES RAYMORE MCCARTIIY 61 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville He was the mildesl mannered man. Mac, Jim, Born October 20, 1913, Scientific, St. Jolm's Prep College, Syracuse, Junior Varsity Football, 3, Baseball, 3, To he a mechanical engineer. JOSEPH MASTROPIERI 1130 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Hc is ever pleusunl and willing. Born July 21, 1915, Business, Emerson, Soccer, 1, Baseball, 1, 3, 4, Basketball, 1, 3, 4-. MARY ELIZABETH PATTEE A 26 Hartford St., Newton Highlands To be individual is somelh ing lo slrire for. Pat: Born February 5, 1914, General, Hyde, Undecided, Drama Club, 4: Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 3, Alpha Beta, 2, Gym Meet, 3, Senior Play Publicity Committee, To be an individual. MILDRED RUSSO 176 Dedham St., Newton Highlands Her smile creates warm sunshine. Milly, Born May 30, 1912, General, Hyde, Field Hockey, 1, To travel in Europe. JOSEPH JOHN BUSTIN 882 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Pu! me amongsl Ihe girls! Joe, Born February 8, 1915, Language, Boston Latin, Yale, To be independent. RITA ELIZABETH SCIPIONE 146 Walnut St., Newtonville Laugh and the world laughs with you. Skippy, Hit, Born April 25, 1914, General, F. A. Day, Undecided, Alpha Beta, 2, Glee Club, 3, 4, Home Economics Club, 3, Lunchroom Squad, 2, 3, To invent dial telephones for N. H. S. GORDON WILLIAM WALKER 4 Harrington St., Newtonville He lrips the lighlfanlnslic. Willie, Born June 21, 1916, Mathematics, Brookline High, Boston University, Band, 3. VVILLIAM A. WEBSTER, 3rd. 58 Selkirk Rd., Brookline A man of such a genial mood. VVillie, Born December 12, 1913, Business, Mason, Camera Club, 1, Lunch Squad, 1, To go into business. FREDERIC WISNAUSKY 51 Mechanic St., Newton Upper Falls A genlleman in all ways. Moey, Born April 17, 1915, General, Emerson, Basketball, 1, 2, Tennis Tournament, 2, Social Studies Club, 4, Intermediate Hockey, 3, To live the life of Biley. CLASSMATES WHO HAVE DIED THOMAS CHARLES BOOTHBY ESTHER ARLENE SLEEPER Born April 2, 1915. Died Summer, 1931. Born November 28, 1915. Died May 15, 1932 Eighty-six A MN Xia 'ima TEJF. A f lf 'E2 A ,.: v cic i z 1 A l , . W ,STM , .xSgpi,A-,gm .. f .awmfw -f' A . ,,.. , L i FX -jf' " '?,' "'Ef .i'uS'T5 Q5 , 5Q"f""'g.1 J - .A A, A ..j - 3:2 Q, ' " I . , , Lal 4212. 'S 5 M H " 'S I 4' ' at Sq?" 2 i f-A -A - K :U P fx, X 55 2 21 -as 3 W3'?"f-4 A ' A . ,S A ' MM A A 'I fi' +552 fer!! M, f - , :imc 3,3 . . 5:5-.555-1. . .. .-ffQaa1e1:,1f3,,? 'Y si, Aw -A , A ,f xt! Class Statistics Vox Populi Most Popular WARREN HUSTON DOUGLAS SLOANE WILLIAM TILLEY COLIN O'BRIEN WARREN HUSTON Second MARY HILL Second JEAN BEACH Best Looking Second ELIZABETH CAMPBELL Second RITA BUTLER Dios! Alhlel ic Second ELIZABETH QUIRK BARBARA PHINNEY Mosi Versatile DOUGLAS SLOANE ROGER MAYNARD Second Second MARGARET MAY JANE FORTE Most Likely to Succeed ROGER MAYNARD DOUGLAS SLOANE Second Second MARGARET MAY MARY HILL A E ighiy-seven The Senior Play HE Senior Play, coached by Miss Helen Nute, was produced on January 20 and 21. The play was "The Admirable Crichton," with Roger Maynard as Crichton: Mary Hill, Lady Mary Lasenbyg Constance Southgate and Barbara King as her sisters, Catherine and Agatha, Julian Barron as Lord Loamg and Robert Giddings, the Honorable Ernest Wooley. The other main parts were taken by Gordon Yarlott, Kenelm Winslow, Margaret Davy, and Jean Beach. The minor parts were played by Marjorie Brown, Rosalind Bigelow, Margaret McGarey, Robert Robinson, Richard Wilson, Carol Bloom, Katherine Swen- arton, and Peter Kerby. In addition, there were in the cast David Felt, Stearns MacNutt, Benjamin Brown, Prentiss Drew, Clinton Condict, David McKillop, and Douglas Sloane. The play concerned an English family shipwrecked on a desert island. 'i Here, the servants display their leadership, and the family find themselves subordinated until their return to England. The choice of the play was due to the efforts of the Play Committee: Richard McEldowney, chairman, Carolyn Raye, Margaret May, Albert Walker, and Marjorie Stone. Eighly-eighl WM vf -- ----- .-an xw95"3':1'1axw, w. 4 , , ' Li ixdfiifl 5 214, f Y '14-' -M -:JA - A f 1 7 LL...- 7! , ,W Win YT! 5 - A NX nd Y If - ,X 1 1: fwf WTTL VS IRQ TQ? i 52M Zi " " ' ZUIINVQ P' ' gf QMS: ',-YK? X: "1 . in f AX,- 1 E SQ" fx XWQ Q. x X 1- 1 . 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W HY' ' ' - " N 11 "iq" X V . --N it -Mi, ,xxz x ts Y my - 2 - 7- J . - 3f2'.1":1"-7 ' in :MC X 5 2..,- ' ' , :4...: , . .lf "A 'SJ'-2f1,s "' . ,.: ' F 51, , - I .- ---' ,-'..-. .,3:,- -155.51 -A 1 ', -if-r.. :-. -is 'sk ,J 1,-Q. 1vKj,4. .Eff-5-' Z : n- F Mi. -,.i-4 xnxx: t . --.-1 -3:33 Q 12 'I 'EQZQNQ , ' 4 V V 1 - ' -.'i.--"i53,'Tg7fG5'f1,f - ?i'N,,Qg '- H- ' fi 1 A W, ,, - .L A , mr Q f- - , W. . .J -A- f I f al-l"klf 9 WN --:th-dau -.f""' 05,9-laND ill! "'boV Q.. ..,, ,Aw-X ing, Jyvuvv . ,, ' -Yhvby Highly-nine N inely Junior Class Officers President, CHARLES FLAGG Secrelary, J AMES NAYLOR Vice-President, MARY JANE HUNTER Treasurer, MARJORIE TYLEE Junior Class CT I of the play opens in 1931 with a mob scene in which naive freshmen wander eagerly to and fro, and finally organize with Joseph Clement, presidentg James Hunter, vice-president, Theodore Cobb, secretaryg and George Stone, treasurer. A Freshman dance is held which is very successful. The curtain rises on Act II, one year later with Jean Harvey, presidentg Paul Felt, vice-President: James Hunter, secretary, Marjorie Tylee, treasurer. After a close dramatic contest with fine representa- tives, the prize-speaking awards are received by Louise Kerr and Paul Felt. The ever-popular Sophomore Valentine dance is well attended. In athletics, the Sophomore girls are second in the Gym Meet, while two sophomore boys, Charles Flagg and Theodore Johnson, attain the baseball varsity. Act III opens in triumph as the very-much juniors, but not-quite seniors, graduate from the sophomore realms to amaze the school with their scholastic ability, athletics and dramatics. As president, they elect Charles F laggg vice-president, Mary Jane Hunterg secretary, James Naylor: treasurer, Marjorie Tylee. Alice Mansfield, James Naylor, Joseph Clement, William Spurrier, and William Smith, all worthy juniors, reveal their acting ability in a splendid success, The Royal Family of Broadway. The Feminine Follies, a Junior affair, is, as usual, a popular and gay function. Also, the class is again proud of its representative, Alice Mansfield, for winning the prize-speaking contest. Adding another accomplishment to their former victory in soccer, the Junior girls, led by Deborah Wing and Helen O'Connor, perform remarkable feats on appa1'atus and in marching, and dance to victory in the girl's gym meet. The curtain falls. It will rise next year on our greatest act. N inely-one -'SZ M7'f'il"f"!' 'Q' ,if P 1' 'I if "h- f fs' " -H' '. r K Eg Q1 " .B-. 'Y 'I J - "l ,iiiyffiff R31 2:1 fi. Ykiif' fi- 1-is kiwi. " -.1 " ' Ji 'I git. ,: ...-Qi., 1 7 U EI- tihgj. sa ' Tia , a y vf .T , if it :f ri-3"'::.:.':f 'LH 1 H , . 1 T JEBEMIAH E. MCMAHON lives at 74 Pleasant Street, West Newton, and has been in continuous service in this school since September, 1903. His first place of duty was in the building then known as the Classical Building, the only high school on these grounds and in Newton at that time. He has seen the erection of the Technical High School Building, or Building 2, and the Administration Building, or Building 3. When the separate schools were consolidated in 1924, he assumed charge of the new building where he has given faithful and efhcient service to date. Mr. McMahon has seen the school grow from 782 pupils and 27 teachers in 1903, to 2,230 pupils and 99 members of the faculty in 1933. "Jerry," as all of us have known him, has given loyal and efficient service throughout these years, and over all this time has shown consideration for students and teachers in the same smiling, accommodating way. No task is too great for him to attempt, and his best interests are always for the school. N inely-lwo 'IIBEQ-azz... 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To be sure, we have lost some of that dash and nerve displayed so noticeably last September, when, greatly to the delight of a long-suffering faculty, we entered exits, exited via entrances, and indulged in lunches A, B, C, as fancy led - for youth must have its fling. But that was September! The end of the first marking period found us in the limelight, for, much to the disgust of various and sundry upper classmen, the Scholarship Boll showed the class of Thirty-Five high above its illustrious predecessors with the staggering total of 8.5Wy. During the quickly passing weeks, we were by no means silent factors in the swiftly moving scholastic life. Sophomores went to Legislature, joined the Neophytes, Alpha Beta, and the Boys, Debating Club, and cheered lustily at all the football games. They went to hockey games, the Senior Play, and that glam- orous affair on Saint Valentine's Day, a tea dance of, by, and for the sophomores. Above all, we were the targets of certain ex-sophomores who occupied themselves by providing mirth- provoking anecdotes for that classic publication - The Newionile. Next year, oh comrades, may we be juniors! N ineiy-four A ,,.- .-,,f:,,,,:. L A M -5.-42 f. - : 'X :f m 12221 is xi? ff f " ' - "f,..,.--'12 , f A ya'-, .. .. , f .... ,113 Y k - L- ,.-- I V ill34l11 ' " U-Lt . if 5 32, Ei- K' 'lifigfk ffiiz- fr A, H-t -3.3 5 Am V ----V 7 114 - ' ' A ---, .J w - - f ff -1, ..-2. ..,.. ,.., Q -we V f 4 , Q .M . ., A el: -A .... A .,.L. . n . r, Q . . . ,fgmggag 4, ,r,,,W ,- . , L,., A.,. , ., . .,,L . , , ,..,:m.., .fI,v1,,.2'-.5-1231 x ,T S, MUHHZHTEHIUIHUS l r -X X, x .. W fl! Txm X X! ff K p W ff Q Q E K Q K INBB ' V K W xnmflg-,tl nf y f V A Z jd 4 1 4 M dl ' f , Qt QI. X Q f MN 1 K H. H1 fiyi . Q4 3 ff .XY Q1 X X vm E:-Lb L ' y y: , K W, -Adtzu K N -1. f .,.,, HS-Ji? -v f x x K i N inety-s iz T ' -' - V vu-11 ss, ff ,sv ,f"imm' A N' nz: X-.' . Ei :za , D .,kA H' """ ' " ' v ' BELV ' J I .'U """""""1l . ii -5-'2 - ' ' If- 4' -125 1 -'fill wif ff' Bd' ' -- l , ' E1 w a 5555 A f f ,I t ' Y ft .- A - -' -L R L--. ' --4---'::::+--, ' , 1 A-31 , ,.., .al:f23"f5. Editor-in-Chief HARRY WALEN ' Newtonian Staff Circulation JOHN GALLAGHER, ltlanager Business lttanager KARL GOODWIN Building 1, HARRY, UDIN, GORDON WILKES, RICHARD W1LSON,' JOHN WHITTLESEY Building 2, JAMES NAYLOR, GEORGE STONE, WILLIAM SPURRIER Building 3, ROGER MAYNARD, JOSEPH KEITHLEY, JOHN BUTTRICK, ROBERT RUBY PETER KEBBY ' ROSALIND BIGELOW HAROLD EVANS JOHN GALLAGHER WILLIAM ALLEN JANE FORTE HARRIET BA DENOCH CLARA CUMMINGS VIRGINIA FLETCHER Histories CAROL BLOOM, Editor MARGARET MAX' Data BENJAMIN BROWN, Editor HUGH SCOTT X . Organizations ALICE BURTON, Editor CAROLYN RAYE Sports ROBERT HERMANN, Editor EJOSEPHINE GLYNN Art BARBARA PHINNEY, Editor Features ROBERT GIDDINGS, Editor Copy MARY FRAYER, Editor Proof MARGARET CASWELL, Editor FREDERICK HAMMOND J OSEPHINE GLYNN JOSEPH KEITHLEY HARRY UDIN EDMUND KENT RALPH BIXBY STEWART GIBSON RICHARD MCELDOWNEY' WINNIFRED CLARK N inety-seven 5. , . iw' 'PFS' ' ' fe,.,,f Q A , , ,. , 4 it we W.-.K ' "" iw rmgfigf' 411' W - fxf2f,,,1-fe .ew-lf ,., , N. f, , . -',, . " ' et' f L f ' i -- :, ,- .ku it ,512 HE' it xy f ,,,' ,- 5. 4 gr . 1 1 Mi we ea A fig 1925 ge 'je + ., pm- 4 Pi H if Q M tw f 2 Munir vV,,,. 'H uqlblq F 'x . ..,... .M T L zl l ,.,, '2A:.,:,: ,::. mb 5, The Associates President, DOUGLAS SLOANE Boys' Vice-President, ROBERT COTTON Clerk, MARJORIE COLLINS Girls' Vice- President, JANE FORTIE Treasurer CHARLES FLAGG , HIS year the Legislature, under the new voting system, was able to assemble earlier in the fall, pro- ceeding at once to enact such laws as were deemed necessary for the advancement of the school. Although the Sophomore class had not yet elected its officers, it, too, was represented in the legislature. One of the first acts was to give the cheer leaders a more dignified and uniform dress, with the result that all the leaders Wore white sweaters. The Associates had charge of the Christmas box, which, despite the economic difficulties of the year, supplied money for helping the poor. N inely-e ight it If 'H 4,1 :again ' x:m: -rl F6 ' is 'Q-ag-.-1,- gf-U so ee visas gf ' :AL 1 I4: W v,..W,.. .',i. 'Q:-. ,:AA Xl,1 gkgfgimi ,A',fQ L5 ,:: Agifffxfh- rt V, .-- wmg - --'M f .ifgiigsz 3.55 ff-- if 355515, mg. ".' .L1,g,g., "1g',. ,, ,gn ' f - . H-w ,. e , v - were , X 1. I -V 2 ' EQYS1' . 5? 7' :sl G is is ze F3554 Q ig if- YS . gn 2+-gf: -- A L' L A 3 5' A f.. 2, if , S ' 'Q L '?ff?E"S-531"li'i'5' imwm ' "'3fi5ilE'i':Ei:f.2:: fi, .i7:."l5c I? if 1 : L- 2 ' if E L,.....,......g-. J' ., N .s,,.weaggget it ,Q g pg W 5533. t.. ig ,gg ,gm gy as EW ,.. T,?,P,,n,.-... ,X EVERAL new club charters have been accepted this year, including the Girls' Debating Club, the Girls' Outing Club, and the German Club. The Constitution of the Boys' Debating Club was amended so that sophomore boys might be admitted. Though the revenues were reduced because of a vote to decrease the percentage of aggregate income returns of any organization from 3'Z, to 295, nevertheless, sufficient money came in to finance the usual activities. The most noticeable and, perhaps, effective piece of legislation enacted by the Associates was in regard to the point system. It has been decided that a pupil may hold no more than 9 point-rated offices and no more than three offices of any kind during the year. This ruling was passed in hopes that more pupils might have an opportunity to display their abilities for leadership. N inely-n ine m eplaiflhhib 5 3' i 6? E 75 sfygfw X? Q era 'li f-ef' 5 ilaewgi rf'-'fr' E TT ii ' M-f ' " --- .----- - U- f, ,'-' A '. i . H1 125 c ' , X i , M-ww-fe-H? s, The Executive Council CCORDING to the Constitution of the Newton High School, the executive council is composed of faculty supervisors and of a student representative from each board. This year the Executive Council is as follows: Mr. Elicker .A Miss Burdon Miss White . Miss Riley .... Mr. Green ..... Mrs. Kuntz, Deborah Wing Mr. Wilson, Stearns MacNutt . Mr. Kidgcr, Peggy May . Miss Bigelow, Jean Harvey Mr. Maxim, Robert Cotton Mr. Mergendahl, Jane Forte Mr. Thurber, Ralph Bixby. Miss South, Richard Keil . Marjorie Collins . . . One Hundred . . . . Principal . Junior Class Adviser . . . . . Bursar . . Sophomore Class Adviser Secretary of Administrative Board . Girls' Athletics . Boys' Athletics . Civic A jfairs . Dramatics . Finance . . Music . Publications . . Social A fairs . Clerk of Associates National Honor Society President, KARL GOODWIN ' Secretary, ALICE BURTON Vice-President, Roman MAYNARD Treasurer, RICHARD MCELDOWNEY HE seventh successful year for the Newton Chapter of the National Honor Society has just been com- pleted. :This society, chosen from not more than the upper fifteen per cent of the Senior Class and the upper five per cent of the Junior Class, on the basis of character, service, leadership, and scholarship, aims to recognize those in the school who hold the qualities representing its highest ideals. . At the first meeting in the fall, Miss Hideout, the faculty adviser, and Mr. Elicker outlined the ways in which the society would serve the school this year. The members have assisted in the lunch room, build- ing oiiices, and at a Rotary Club Banquet, held at the school. At the second meeting of the year, plans were made for the induction ceremony, at which Mr. Lund, the new superintendent of Newton Schools, was guest speaker. His subject was "The Great American Dream." One Hundred One "1 V -1 1 ff Q! . , . t : - V . . g --f' 4' fbi AL,,.. F " ' ! I T.. T The Newtonite HE eleventh volume of The Newtonile was marked by increased efforts on the part of the staff to pro- vide the school with a newspaper which emphasized the more entertaining side of school life. Ralph L. Bixby was editor-in-chief, and Mr. Lester Williams, Miss Flora Smith, and Mr. Carl P. Birmingham, served as faculty advisers. The most radical changes were made on the third page, where, every other week, special features were offered. The most popular proved to be "Susie Snoop," written by Ellen Weston, while " 'S the Truth" and "The Gate Crasher" followed closely in favor. In addition, a series of brief biographical sketches was presented. Benjamin Brown was in charge of these features. The editorial page, with Robert Cotton as editor, continued with the "Editor's Column" and "Incidentally." Clara Cummings was in charge of the News Staff, and Elaine McKusick headed the Literary Staff. Harold Evans served as Sports Editor, his "Orange vs. Black" proving to he a worthy successor to "Breezy Bits" of the year before. The achievement of the year was a special football number, distributed at the Brookline game on Thanksgiving Day. This was a six-page edition containing line-ups, pictures, and stories of the teams. Newlonite charms were awarded to the following in recognition of exceptional service to the paper: Ralph Bixby Harold Evans B. Shattuck Brown John M. Gallagher Donato Cedrone Joseph Keithley Robert Cotton Charles Steinsieck Clara Cummings Ellen Weston One Hundred Two sa-.1E...s.s.....L'...,........zs 4"""'3 if 5 gg Mm 3, r, if umm, . ........... - ..,......... W., ..,. ,:.,.,... ,.., . ,gnu ..... , ,.,...., . ,W . ..W,. . . - 'I"':2IQA"',: -"' 'fn'-Wmfaq QZFKQ '.i2f5fsigfsf'lv K 'V ' ' g .i'5,jg,5 ' f nezu' - is y, t. fe- gr" fl- "' ' ' il 5 e " . , 'r' : .a ,,..: e:.'ea:ze:.. 255 A ff f, " -me -I 2 'sg 'A : . if V 'H 35 'NM sie if 1 sf, Lf al-3" -' k jl' tsl .' Eiili "- if gf ff L Lis A! i TkbQP s. at L. if 'flifflsxwkir'-1.:lg, The Orange Book HE Orange Book is published annually by the members of the Junior Class with Miss Doonan as faculty supervisor. The book is valuable not only to sophomores, but also to juniors and seniors. It contains a record of the school government, student organizations, rules and regulations, customs and traditions, athletic teams, track records, an article from the guidance department, the constitution, the school calendar, and other information of interest to the students. The Orange Book is an official organ of the school and is, therefore, the authority on all questions of eligibility, guidance, rules, and regulations. The editor and business manager for next year are Richard B. Myrick and Norman Dupee. One Hundred Three English Club President, WILLIAM BITTENBENDER, '33 Secretary, ELIZABETH CAMPBELL, '33 Vice-President, RUTH ANDBESS, '33 Treasurer, ZESTHER MERCHANT, '33 GAIN, under the direction of Miss E. Louise Richardson, the English Club completed a successful year. During the year, the club secured several interesting speakers, including Mr. Charles Connick, who spoke on "Poetry, Light, and Color", Professor Kirtley Mather, who gave readings from, "John Brown's Body", Mr. George Ross, who spoke on his work with Little, Brown, and Company, Mr. George Sneath of Boston University, and Mr. Scott of Phillips Exeter Academy, who gave readings from Kipling, Emily Rockett, '33, was chairman of the Program Committee. The annual Prize-Speaking Contest, sponsored by the club, was held on Friday evening, March 31, in the auditorium. The winners of this contest were as follows: Alice Mansfield, '34, jirst prize, David McKillop, '33, second prize, Harriet Badenoch, '33, honorable mention. In addition, the English Club presented "A Dramatic Evening," by John K. Bangs, with the leading roles played by Emily Rockett, '33, Carol Hansen, '33, Ralph Bixby, '33, and James Naylor, '34. One Hundred Four 5 W 'Meiji ,Q W3 Q si? ' V ' i ,:E,, ' ,E r . J to A T . A4331 l i t :i-f ,... A L. if if rv3G'mKxTXQfi'.3 Le Cercle Francais President, MARIAN HUBBARD Secretary, MARGARET MAY Vice-President, ROBERT COTTON Treasurer, EDNA MITCHELL ITH Miss Roberta Miller as the club adviser, Le Cercle Francais has had an exceptionally fine year. The programs for the club gatherings, which were held the third Thursday of every month from October to May, except December, when the members were guests of the Drama Club at the annual Christ- mas play, were varied. In November, four members, Marjorie Holcomb, Alice Frayer, Robert Cotton, and Norman Dupee, related experiences in Belgium, France, and Canada, while in January, Madame Glorieux, a friend of Helen O'Connor, spoke most entertainingly about her native country. Also, at the January meeting, there was an exhibition of all sorts of French articles collected by the members. In March, Miss Eleanor Cox, a member of the French department, aided by some excellent lantern slides, told of the methods of running a French school. For the April meeting, fourteen members participated in the play, "Nous Verronsf' One Hundred Five - ,, , W is " 'W ml" l - A..- - an - W ,lb Us A hm 'l ' W , , , l ,W Huw -we Kg, + - '67 ' .Str ' H .. ,gee , ff- -fr, asf 41 ' 5 525 Q" 3 'Bw - : 1 - 22 2236111-f' fl. 1 A S1 P' f- K' Q, , . ,, . --Z awift 4, 2, .519 ,,w2,f',-i ,,a,Q122jWg na is X The German Club Presidenl, ROBERT IRWIN, '33 Secretary, BETTY BLACKEY, '33 Vice-President, THEODORE COBB, '34 Treasurer, ROBERT WHITNEY, '34 HERE were twenty-one members in the German Club, which was organized this year under the direction of Mr. Hartwell. At the three meetings held, conversation was carried on in German. Mr. Hartwell gave a talk on historical places in Germany for the first meeting. At the second, Paul Henrich, '33, who has just returned from Germany, gave a vivid description of his trip. The last meeting was devoted to contributions of poems and stories by the members. Une Hundred Six Kg, 1,1 .pau V Es, eff E? 'rv-'--'Fu 5, .- : ----- . if- ' K"" K" FV ' W"' fe-f wiv: a s Tiff sf ,..,mi,:i. 'ff'-'-f ' r -' - --- ' W ff 1 - 4' , - 'P ,Q te k V 4 A .-F.,,nj-33f,gi.m.,, ,... .lf .,., . Xa 1 ., av, . 1- .' Mr, X 5 5 at as ,fem asa'-QQ Drama Club Presidenl, ROBERT COTTON, '33 Secretary, EMILY ROCKETT, '33 Vice-President, RUTH ANDRESS, '33 Treasurer, JAMES NAYLOR, '34 HE Drama Club has just completed its ninth successful year, under the direction of the faculty adviser, Miss Louise Wetherbee and the oliicers of the club. The outstanding accomplishment of the year was the production of "The Royal Family," a satire on the Barrymore family written by George Kaufman and Edna F erber. Alice Mansfield, '34-, played admirably the mature actress, Julia Cavendish, who is deeply involved in family troubles. As her mother, Winnifred Clark, '33, upheld all the traditions of the family. Frederick Claffee, '33, added zest and comedy to the play as the wild brother, Tony. Other members of the Cavendish family were Virginia Kretschmar, '33: William Bittenbender, '33g and Betty Bierer, '33, while Robert Robinson, '33, James Naylor, '34, and John Enegess, '33 played other leading roles. Under the direction of Winnifred Clark, chairman of the Program Committee, many varied programs were presented at the monthly meetings. "Joint Owners in Spain" and "The Rising of the Moon," two one-act plays, were produced for the November meeting. In December, the Drama Club acted as host to the members of all the school clubs, presenting "What Men Live By," a Russian peasant story by Leo Tolstoi, dramatized by Virginia Church. The marionette committee, a new addition to thc club this year, presented the January program, which consisted of several short sketches and a fairy play. A shadow pantomime in February was coached by Alice Burton, '33. Harriet Badenoch, '33, and Carolyn Raye, '33, were in charge of the April and May meetings, respectively. One Hundred Seven ri "'5"""" lil MMV 'f J- we fb' A i f-14,4 R fi Us-111 4' M' ll K M, L 3 4 '51 I we I,g,,'-152' fmr' W LA, gd I , ,fm 'Q' .,,.. ei .....-fA,f'f ' --" 'L y 1 Q if , r ---f-- -'11-wr. is-"" V '-Im - -f - - w,wuL4L,...3f'-. 'M 33-32: F' lZE+'3E.' 15,3-', -.I -Ifg ,Z' fs? ':fr,,-3'-,Z :-H55 ,,'j:. Lgyz: 172- -- Q.-'gg':5?:' ,V ti, 2 1 ' :' ,'f'gf'4:,.v" " ' ' -, ' ' - V , f , g R 1 4 W JM T - ZF? ! ll' H' " - e so we ' rf " 1 if ff" -' rf Q 1 ! Social Studies Club Presidenl, ROBERT GIDDINGS, '33 Secretary, BRENTON BULLOCK, '34 Vice-President, WILLIAM LocKE, '33 Treasurer, HAROLD REED, '33 FTER the election of officers at the first meeting in the library, Mr. Sterling Williams told of his trip to Russia during the preceding summer. Dr. Samuel Lindsay, at the second meeting, spoke on Europe today and its relations with the United States. At the following meetings which were held in the music hall, Mr. Thomas Brown, of the Massachusetts Department of Correction, spoke on the new state prison at Norfolk: Mr. Holmes talked on Abraham Lincoln, and Mr. Hartwell concluded a most interesting and successful year with the story of what he saw and heard at the peace conference after the World War. One Hundred Eight a 'max X ua, Film vii if 5 ll 'rr---'n ,sese at -im ' 5-as -Sigh! X? .F J 3 nnXYfw.:y:i ' - 4' 'me 'T 5 'LLL ' ' e is ff-1: A ' W A - - A L 5 L V " i ' 1 f 2 , , .5 1 a fi'-'T ' , Q 4 , "' A Alpha Gamma Tau President, HOWELL DUPUY, '33 Secretary, NEAL RAILSBACK, '34 Vice-President, CABOLYN RAYE, '33 Treasurer, CHARLES STEINSIECK, '33 LPHA GAMMA TAU, the mathematics club for juniors and seniors, began a most successful and entertaining year in October with forty-five members. At that time, officers were elected, and plans for the oncoming year were explained. Miss Madeline Brackett was the faculty adviser. This year, the club took astronomy as a topic for discussion. At each meeting, a student or a member of the faculty was chosen to demonstrate some phase of astronomy. At the November meeting, the club witnessed the moving pictures of the 1932 solar eclipse shown by Mr. Raymond Green. In December, the members were the guests of the Drama Club at their annual Christmas play, "What Men Live By," by Leo Tolstoi. In the spring, the club produced a play. One Hundred Nine The Camera Club President, STEWART GIBSON, '33 Secretary, Lois TURNBULL, '33 Vice-President, GORDON WILKES, '33 Treasurer, ELIZABETH BARBA, '33 HE fourth successful year of the Camera Club, which is under the guidance of Mr. Sterling Williams, has been enjoyed by the members. Because the main purpose of this club is to benefit the students, by increasing their knowledge and skill in taking and developing pictures. The program has been devoted to various interesting speakers, who have discussed topics relative to the technical side of photography. The outstanding meetings were in February, when the club invited the Watertown High School Camera Club and the Newton High School Aviation Club to hear Mr. Hartwell speak on "Aerial Photography," and in March, when a representative of Vantine's Studio spoke on photography. The monthly snap-shot contests have evoked much enthusiasm. The November subject, "Fall Sports," was won by Stewart Gibsong the December one, "Miscellaneous Pictures," by Harriet Badenockg while, in January, Ruth Miller took first prize for her Christmas scene. The last half of the year has been devoted to pictures for the feature section of the Newtonian. One Hundred Ten ,. , . Emu' E Q E! We '1"""""' if MEWGS gl K 93 EX 5-Y-. 4-3, ' ..1'mvf - ' A .sly If 55312511955 Qt. brisk? ffiigisfselrr here sy? -341565, ,fgef "W-' p-" - - ' A , - . ' FLW X 11 -U v 'T 'T'!M.-57 gg i 0- -f , ' ll :- A 3 ,v - 1 . - A . :gg is Pe, f vi f A' . " - 2 - ' e E'-:....,, t .ig ,, 1 1 3 mf-W' 'Y Mltlii Swirl, new-l' U rl" ku' - T elim cgi Frfttlv SIMM -'ANC' 04 V c......i -2-lf" " t at new-H lon J- Bt-wfastnon .B 5 exif-Irv 0'L' "li ?.l1nrry UW' 5. Llllf Vzikillw , I i,m1ikRfitn- :hr-'lr F 7. 'ZR 'Pdf Newton High School Debating Society President, KARL P. Gooownv, '33 Treasurer, WILI,IAM P. BITTENBENDER, '33 Vice-President, RALPH L. BIXBY, '33 Secrelary, ROGER MAYNAARD, '33 HE Debating Club, under the supervision of Mr. Holmes, has completed the second year of its existence. Each month a debate has been held between teams chosen from members of the elub. Some of the topics were: Ultesolved, That the Cities and Towns of Metropolitan Boston Be Merged into One City"g "Resolved, That the United States Tariff Wall Should Be Loweredng and "Resolved, That the United States Needs a Dictator." After each debate an open forum was held and the technique employed by the debaters was discussed. Credit is due to Ralph Bixby, as well as to the president, Karl Goodwin, for his work in arranging the programs for the monthly meetings. In the February meeting, an amendment to the club constitution was passed, which allows a limited number of sophomores to enter the club. This will permit those taking advantage of the opportunity three years in which to develop their forensic talent. The club is not allowed to debate with teams outside the school. The members feel and hope, however, that in the near future this restriction will be removed and that they may enter into friendly debates with neighboring schools. Schedules of the home debates of nearby colleges were procured and several of these were attended by members of the club. One Hundred Eleven ak . H . .W 'il vi '-'Inf-.1 ' sf. 3? Q ef 2131 A ,A 3 ff, " stew: gf If ' K' , -f -"" bc A We 1-,gfifiifik K' I.. .Lf ". Q ,ig-35,3 '- Z. ' '45 , is f 5,357 it A 52252325 'W A vs D '. " H' Y W 5' "3 5 is Q 1 fjfi, gr gfjkgmf gjgsigf "vii , E- ,,, A '- T 5 - M413 'Aa L , A A f in l ' '4 Lg. ' ms. A . , 1 Lf Y ,ae The Girls' Debating Club President, MARY JANE HUNTER Secretary, J EANNETTE WALLACE Vice-President, JEAN WALKER Treasurer, LUCILLE HOLMES HE Girls' Debating Club was organized this year under the direction of Miss Robinson and a drive was started immediately for members. Subjects for debates were voted to be on personal or school matters. At the second meeting, the members attended the Boys' Debating Club, where the subject at hand was "Resolved, that Japan is justified in her invasion on China." Due to the late organization of the club, no debates were held. One Hundred Twelve VR' "-if5'1N:: WMW2i'. :'5:.'fE: : ' .-" YV'-: l 'A 'wr ' 3 5 " . " ikralm-Bti . tif f" 'B 4-"J M1 E ' ' , +P , 4 , N, 1, ..,,, E1 A Swggggih iii if? if, 2 3 is + , 2 ,, . 1 - '- iff? 3 " 53' 1 E-- ' P Q e S EL I 'f if tw as 3 film QW ' wi . . .,, Kg' 2 Nil is Z 4-5 .A ,iff , isa M Q e Aviation Club President, THADDEUS COLEMAN, '33 Secretary, JOSEPH MCCARTHY, '33 Treasurer, ROGER MYRICK, 33 N interesting and varied program of this club has passed into its history this year. During the year, motion pictures were shown by the Goodyear Rubber Company of Akron, Ohio, on the recent development of lighter-than-air aircraft. Surveys were made of the construction of planes for the United States Navy at the Naval Base at Squantum, as well as several visits to the East Boston Airport, where the members were shown through the Weather Bureau and later flew over Boston. Several interesting speakers have entertained the club with accounts of their experiences. Among the most enjoyable were: Mr. Willard who told the members of his training in aviation during the World War: and one of Newton High's own students, John Hennessy, '33, a licensed pilot, who gave a fascinating account of his experiences during his training at the East Boston Airport. When the members of the Avia- tion Club were guests of the Camera Club this spring, they heard Mr. Hartwell, one of our teachers, give an unusual talk, illustrated by several aerial views he had taken, on "Aerial Photography in the Army." One Hundred Thirteen Varsity Glee Club HE Varsity Glee Club, composed of sixty-two students, assembled every Wednesday afternoon this year in the Music Hall with their leader, Mr. Harrington. At the Christmas Assembly, the club gave a concert of carols and other compositions, and Miss Helen Barr, radio singer, was the soloist. The audi- ence was very appreciative. On the afternoon before the Christmas vacation, the club split into three groups, one for each building, and sang carols. They were not expecting, however, the echo which issued forth from Mr. Kidger's history class. This year, also, the club had an important part in the June Out- door Concert. One Hundred Fourteen L,-g, 1 , gq"'nn' ' -:ati X 1. 1 S115-53153 - ggg Q ,. . . . - Q ' ' 5 W . f' ' f . -, ,. 'Wigs igffgw- " .Q . - -- 1 ' - . ,, X 31 .1 .,4fsszeg,g:5..g, ?mfsg2s1f:f . 53-gag ,- ki , ' .2 ' . " , x '1 rf- '1X2f"51:fm1aR4W 4. , -- , , , wg - W A n . . X Q 4fz2.'f..'-'-:.fw:,,! THE BAN D 'l'IlE ORCHESTRA Une Hundred 1"lf14'l'll .-- t "f"f'7- ' A Ha- Q, -' ' -Q-.Elf 3 if ff' lg' glam we gig 'W 2 43 W 5,1 i U.- ,rg Q53 N-at , at A ti, "iii ,, E, fl ff X 1 ff f,,...a-.:.,,, 2 tiff-wig, 54,43 1- -- 'V Z . - ' 1 A Y I 4 " 3 ' l5,,g,1 : f.L R53g M . if 25' L affrissv ..,. gf- ', gig 'W Y 5. - ni, , We it 5 is tile as If vlzlffamk-. lc l Library Club President, ELIZABETH CAMPBELL, '33 Secretary, MARGARET MAY, '33 Vice-President, JANET BROWN, '34 Treasurer, KATHERINE SWENARTON, '33 NDER the guidance of Miss Gladys Bigelow, the school librarian, the Library Club started to func- tion again in October. The club is composed of fifteen senior and ten junior girls, chosen each spring by the old members with reference to scholastic standing and interest in library work. They assist Miss Bigelow not only at regular meetings, but also in study periods and before and after school, by filing slips, checking overdue books, arranging magazines and books, and by cutting articles for the bulletin boards and permanent folios. As this is chiefly a service club, it spends practically all its time in helping the school through the library. In January, the monthly meeting took the form of a party under the direction of the program com- mittee with Ellen Weston as chairman. This year, the annual trip to the theatre was to see Ethel Barry- more in "An Amazing Career." One Hundred Sirleen The Commercial Club President, GLADYS WATT, '33 Secretary, FRANCES CONROY, '34 Vice-President, GLADYS LEYDON, '34 Treasurer, FANNIE WIGOD, '33 HE end of this year marks the drawing to a close of the fourth consecutive season of the Commercial Club. With the guidance of its faculty adviser, Miss Gladys Cunningham, it has proved a worthwhile and interesting organization. At the November meeting, a paper was read on "A Study of Vocations for Girls," by Lillian Howes. Other outstanding programs were a visit bo Hood's Milk Companyg a talk by Mr. Furber, from the Chandler Secretarial School, on "Qualifications Looked for in a Secretary," and a motion picture on the "Making of Ice," shown by Miss Bennett of the Metropolitan Ice Company. In- stead of having the usual party, the club members voted to purchase a stop-watch for use in the short- hand classes. One Hundred Sevenleen l Home Economics Club President, MARGARET Woons Secretary, NANCY GOULD Vice-President, NORA MAHoNEY Treasurer, SYLVIA BRISSON HE Home Economics Club, under the faculty leadership of Miss Alden and Miss Davis, is open to any girl taking a Home Economics subject. The object of the club is to increase interest in home making. A different committee plans the meeting each month, and these meetings are both socially and education- ally advantageous. This year seven meetings have been held. At our opening meeting, Miss Richardson, head of the English Club, gave a very interesting and helpful talk on hobbies. At the February meeting, Miss Alice Bradley, of Miss Farmer's School of Cookery, was our guest speaker. Each member invited another person to be her guest at this tea. One of the most interesting programs this year was our trip to Whiting's ice cream and milk factories. After going all through the milk factory, everyone enjoyed a luncheon given by the manager in the factory cafeteria. One Hundred Eighleen F.4.-...-.zum MWWW W' ig, Www - 4 3 ' fall lr ' '. Q - V- , ' KKVH .. .,', Y ' -, 'gi' :', 's Nu' iv' Girls' Outing Club President, J ANE Forms, '33 Secretary, HARRIET BADENOCH, '33 Vice-Presidenl, Estelle Smith, '34 Treasurer, IIARRIET CHAPIN, '34 HIS year, among the various new clubs formed, was the Girls' Outing Club. The idea was received with great enthusiasm and the membership quota was quickly filled. The entrance of members was based on a point system. Many suggestions as to its formation were taken from the Smith College Outing Club. The purpose of the Club - to promote resourcefulness in out-door activities, develop leadership, and in general, give each one of its members a good time - was carried out in the meetings. Among the various trips taken was one to the Appalachian Club in Doverg one to CoHin's Beach, Gloucesterg and the final one to Sagamore Beach, as guests of the Green twins. One Hundred N ineleen 5 ., ..W,..v, , AV,,,,.v ,, .. .WA..,A. W ..V, . . ,.,. . . ,,L.,,. , , ., W... 3 va. E" " .v , -:J ' tif . S4 r r 35' : 1 f MX- ' 1 PM - f lie' -in ee? as? fm.: eq. f3g:r:':..,-N-flw 1 .W we ,iw - " - - - ""a??'1- f ' rd f' , w e K A is A 7"7' --f- ' V Alpha Beta President, CLARKE CASE Secretary, LESTER DAVIS Vice-President, MARY RYAN Treasurer, CAROLYN EVERTS EVENTY-EIGHT members attended the first meeting of Alpha Beta, which is under the advisership of Miss Thumin. Parties were held at both the first and last meetings. At one of the regular monthly sessions, members of the club told of their experiences abroad. Another meeting was devoted to two short plays. The club was favored by having Mr. Elicker tell of his trip through Europe. Alpha Beta sponsored the Sophomore Prize-Speaking Contest. The winners were Julia Flagg and David Eddy, with Ruth Jenks and Clarke Case receiving honorable mention. One Hundred T wenly Neophytes President, MARY RYAN Secretary, EUNICE ROBINSON Vzbe-President, ROBERT BURNS Treasurer, MARJORIE CLAPP HE Neophytes is the Sophomore Dramatic Club under the supervision of Miss Jessie Southard. At the December, February, and March meetings, various members of the club produced four playsg "The Woman of Judgment," "Two Crooks and a Lady," "Good Medicine," and "Not Quite Such a Goose." In January, the club met jointly with the Drama Club, when several of its members presented a very clever marionette show. As is the usual custom, the club took charge of the May assembly, and this year presented as a gift to the library, a book of short plays, "Seven to Seventeen." One Hundred Twenty-one The Stage Committee HE stage committee is responsible for the efficient work behind the stage of the auditorium. Its duties consist of setting up, changing, and moving scenery, and handling lights and curtains. During plays, rehearsals, assemblies, and motion picture programs, the members are constantly at work. The committee was composed of Thomas Heath, Thaddeus Coleman, Eugene Prowten, Howard Hall, Robert Charlton, and Allen Worley, with Mr. Peterson and Mr. Green to aid and supervise their work. One Hundred Twenly-two vw - W! awww! E W' ff -----5, 9 A Q: .,-Q, T +g."":t..- M " 4 T -- - ,Q-iz-:ref .11 fi' , - . . f. f. 'I7' ' "' . ' ' in A A- v ' ' . f f A-E533 :if , 1 i 'Z - ' ' , . 1- .,. ' HL -N L . fi - Q fisf E .-f?-,,, Xx x' K ' 5 ' - ' V I-1 '25 'f'iaf"1 . i W? Nfl ,lf mi' 5:5-'Q HQ: ' , K 1125 'L I7 4 EM ' '-'Ff"7:1 - +11 if fi H kgilmamm si N, ! :i1i:Tf" . .... 1 i N54 A 41- :Fe 7 V:-L 1151 ' Q. ' H. " . w -KX" f ' ' 3- L fwn-HSN V. Lzxmgmg, " ,si -M552 , - . .Nw 11, EZ- , V A "T"-'-'-' 51 "1 . in '-Li . wawi - -11 0 . 5 , . 4. -5 2- Sm.. ff M, .Q .:. 'ms' fini ? nkk x 'fx THE TRAFFIC SQUAD THE LUN CHROOM SQUAD One I I und:-rd Twenl-v-Ihree A in A P 41 af ' !f'L"'J'.f, x, - . ., V- -,.. v Q .. M- -.v f ,M . V - . ' .LI TM' , .. ' " ""' ' fl fit' ,l g V ,mAk ' ' 1, 4 L1 V Q6 ii-fa'-f W fffI1"f. .l K JST ers- H v' - , 'S :P fo f ,, LW - 2 ,. ,K ., . H .... if-.,.' - , Z sp, ,.:..L,fa:' ffl' -Q., ew- -:-. M ""."f2,-'rf '--rr. ci,-3 1 f . ,,., ,.,' 5. M Q. ' , geffrg Q 'M 'Em M 'Mm' 4? mwmgj we 3 Www lg fvfewmnxffqf "The Royal Family" H HE Royal Family," by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber was presented by the Drama Club on March 3 and 4. This satire on the Barrymore family added another success to the long list of pro- ductions coached by Miss Louise Wetherbee. The entire scene is placed in the luxurious duplex apartment of the Cavendishes in New York City. In the first act, the members of this theatrical family were introduced to the audience. William Bitten- bender portraying Herbert Dean, the uncle who had retired from the stage but didn't know it, was fol- lowed by Betty Bierer, his wife, "the perfect nag." The youngest member of the family, Gwen, played by Virginia Krctschmar, hustled in with her fiance, Perry Stewart Games Naylorj. Winnifred Clark was the seventy-year-old grandmother, who ruled the family. Alice Mansfield gave an outstanding perform- ance as Julie Cavendish, a temperamental actress. The boisterous Tony Cavendish, hardly recognized as Frederick Claffee, made his appearance in grand style. Other members of the cast were: Barbara Mil- dram, Joseph Clement, William Smith, William Spurrier, Gilbert Enegess, Alan Worley, Robert Robinson, Richard Fraser, Ruth Andress, and Norman Dupee. One Hundred Twenly-four : V, .wq'm. ' A Q fkwsbv MIM' '5?5'S355ff5 1 'vgzgggmfgx Q V ,f , -- 1. . - ., , 1 Q my 1. 'ffjf' 'fQ:,ff+i,1: 3 4, . . ' 24.31 D i A., I V : . 42 i3.,..A... 1 , iw' 5 ,...1 A :A . 9 'Z -A. ' I-ist.. Y .. z W i 5 f A ' 3' A rl. -:-'., , ' A L'-. ff- f . - ur.1t:.JZ'3'fE.i,Bl"ifx, .11 ,L 1,Q,..,,x. ., . , 4 ,A ., 5 I? -NE rv N M I " ff iw 43 Q5 2 ,Q if M mi RQ? S ' g V' 3, , K .ui ' .. "' 4, , :W n .ul-.:gx.f I-A - A X X i: . ' D, " , , ,..,.-fx my gl. E551 Af. .. ' - L ,, V 44 15l::Ei:2i?T+ 'B 11x '4:Z2?v,kfg,f.3f5:wQi'i',gL,2,'524tf57" .' ' A 'KA FT mllqhlllx .3 . in .yi T23 ..Xi77iS,x,1J62gd 55' J ii I ,X N '5'1'lIi"V uf?-Y' T' 'QE "CSL A'f,"f1':-. 3'vC'v' nfil- Y N Xxdly 1-faq' , ..s71 I ' ,":' 1 'x7'L" 'A" .L 'H E, lm X " ,,., "" ,,- "V' .gk ' X ' ff E X15-fwf'v ,e- X -1 if LPQ-irl li- lg,-Ag r-- N .Nh-x. -1 Q M-'J-0 5 -.sl 7. I -vi-"N JMS Sui N-Viv go . One Hundred Twenly-five Y 1 - '1 Y ." M" " C '22, T4 H ,hffiwig -f:?2?5?l' "Siu E- fi'i1 ,QJ'a'l'?i V'-V?1L'i 7 f5f':5:9 'I fi 29" l . ' V 'T 0 ' ' . . " 'T' 1 - ii? rf Ha 1 5? Q Y Vf 'H' '-' 1' eg' Q1 ' -'A' . ,. tw, a a: I ,af f. ia . M f ,aaa-7 W, W.. , U. .15 , ,W K x. -Q K. c T ,X H 'Q H f . ' P" ""' 2 P ' .,... . 'il' ii? - P: if : it f' We 2 "" I V- if-g,.,u..s,i:a , ff, fa t , PM V 1.934 2 Y S si 26 as f ' , . 'W' . :-1:-,-f-1. 4 , . viz ' ,w'--- fa is We -ff at ,P 'IE 'MW ' 1 fi Q 6 W 3 'Wy EAW on fl-lj , 'Tall 328 F.. 1 2- ,ww 'J ' tix aff 'iv .1 tt m. 11: r azor -. L.,.. -. '- , ' Football 1TH only two letter men returning, Coach Sanborn has moulded an eleven that, although starting the season slowly, won the Suburban League title in four straight games and lost only to Arlington. In that game, the Newton line was out-weighed nearly twenty pounds per man. Team-work enabled Arlington to completely out-play Newton. A week later, Cambridge Latin fell, by virtue of a 60-yard kick return, behind hasty, but effective blocking. The line showed its strength, meeting last-quarter threats with stiff resistance. Expecting to walk through the game on its own ground, Everett was out- played by Newton. No breaks on either side could give an opening for a score, and the game ended, 0-0. Quincy was easily defeated 25-0. Somerville, an old enemy, was downed 6-0, York doing the honors with a 40-yard run, while Huston blocked superbly. The next Saturday found Melrose on the short end of the smothering 45-6 score. The powerful Rindge clan was set back to the tune of 20-7, after the visitors from Cambridge had drawn the first blood. Perhaps, the most disappointing game of the year was the 0-0 tie with Waltham. In spite of fine playing, the Orange and Black could not score, although often within distance. In the unusual Thanksgiving Day game with Brookline, Newton, by superior teamwork, completely overwhelmed a weak Brookline team by the score of 66-0. The secret of Newton's success throughout the season was due to her excellent team-work. It was the case of a fast backfield behind a strong line. Alex Kevorkian was unanimously chosen all-scholastic tackle, while Captain Warren Huston shared the quarterback berth with Ford of Belmont. P The letter men were Bailey, Bevan, Bonadio, Conway, Cusumano, Feola, Finberg, CBJN Forbes, Francis, Grethe, Herbert, Hervan, Houghton, Captain Huston, Johnson, 'iv Kevorkian, Kinraide, McCarthy, Miller, Rich, Shea, Thatcher, Thompson, Wheldon, Whitney, York, and Laverty, Manager. '-115-T., One Hundred Twenly-sin: -1 a e Wx? I '- 't " 'i"':f-L S " i -Q u . c ,N A 1- --' " 2 f 'l , w as it isa' ' ' fi - V .-g Q -K L- 3 - Q a m. w w.-1 :Tse , LWQZ. e f "-1-'i ""r-2:-i iii l it ,A at . o 1, n Baseball Caplain, WAIKREN HUSTON Coach, LUCIUS P. JONES HE first scheduled game against Framingham was called off on account of rain, but the team went to Cambridge two days later and returned victorious with a score of 9-8. Then, the High School of Commerce was defeated by a score of 10-2. The game at Bindge, however, was not so successful, and Newton was defeated 5-4. The Boston Latin game was postponed because of unfavorable weather. Brook- line was beaten with a score of 5-4. In the Boston English game Newton, although threatening several times, was defeated by a score of 5-2. A The varsity squad consisted of sixteen players: Giles, Houghton, Ryan, and Conway as pitchers, and Morrison, Kevorkian, and Wilson, as catchers. Houghton was regular first baseman, with Byrne cover- ing first base when Houghton pitched. Flagg, Captain Huston, and McDermott held the remaining infield positions with Grethe as a substitute. The outfield consisted of Kevorkian, Byrne, Mastropieri, Johnson, Fraini, Mascia, and Di Russo. During the early part of' the season, Huston, F lagg, Kevorkian, and Houghton were the most con- sistent hitters. McDermott, the third baseman, was an excellent lead-oil' man, and Captain Huston was unsurpassed in high school ranks for his fielding and base-running. Four home games and one at Waltham completed the se-ason's schedule. These home games were with Cambridge, Rindge, Quincy, and Brookline. Q fem oe! 'V One Hundred Twenly-seven r , -'1 q1'nv-11" 'sy iw mg --igg vl 'K NW H .,.Q ..,.. . K, .,A. . i.. , .. . ' ' " i w , Www U r :ea f t V 'E "?'e5"4:1.-v- M' 'iliet w , L . Q: 3 My -322 :52 . wi 'L ', ".1"'h"'f W" W P-4. ,, ' 1 ,, e' . i -Q A-f...-3-" A L .1 fs. U l' '1 :ff 405525 iivlfi sf 11' ' , : P! be 2 5 ,...1a.n...fm--f'-f- ...i M rw , . 16' .ez -. 4 we ' - was :es 7 If - Q ali ie " A ,. if :W 1- .am tg 11 mm 3? ea s 4 . , .,. ,,, .: , J ,1, , J y r. .. , ' - " ' ' " W ' ' Lf 'f-757 - H- . -' -we f e . 5 5 , w e f -1 1 W., :Qian .921 . '- ,.,w?fi54 1 Hockey Team OMPETITION in the Greater Boston lnterscholastie Hockey League was unusually stiff this year. Ncwton's sextet, with its veteran defensemcn, hattled to a tic for second place with Medford. Our old rivals, Melrose, tied for first place with Belmont's fast squad. Newton lost only two games and tied one. On account of the weather, no games were played outsideg consequently, the outcome was the result of a single game between each of the eight teams. The first game of the year was lost to Melrose, and the other defeat was at the hands of Belmont. The tie score came after a flashing contest with Medford, the only team to defeat Belmont. The Orange and Black was represented on the All-Star Team by Captain Charles Houghton, Natale Sostilio, and Warren Huston. This team, picked yearly from the league teams by the several coaches, tied a Canadian team from Westmount High 4-4 in an over-time game. The letter men this year were: Captain Charles Houghton, James Byrnes, William Conway, John Hennessey, Warren Huston, Theodore Johnson, Alexander Kevorkian, John Lopas, Nelson Manning, and Natale Sostilio. One Hundred Twenty-eight Basketball HE 1933 Newton High School basketball squad enjoyed a very successful season, losing but two games and capturing second place in the Suburban League. The outstanding contests were the first Cambridge game, which was lost by the close score of 25-24, the f'u'st Rindge game, and the initial Brookline contest. In the Rindge battle, fine defensive play by Newton in the closing minutes of the contest succeeded in stopping several Rindge threats, Newton win- ning, 32-29. Brookline was beaten by two last-minute goals, scored in quick succession by Mastropieri. The final score was 29-25. Charles F lagg was the season's high scorer, with Joseph Mastropieri and Captain Warren Huston pressing him closely for these honors. Bass, Grethe, York, and Davis were outstanding on defense. Newton succeeded in defeating the following teams: Westboro, 60-18 and 40-323 Quincy, 40--22 and 31- 19: Milton Academy, 48-155 Watertown, 35-173 Bindge, 32-29, Cambridge, 28-23, and Brookline, 29-25 and 35-14. Cambridge defeated Newton 25-24 and Rindge, the league leaders, won from Newton by a score of 47-28. The following boys received letters: Bass, Davis, DuPuy, Flagg, Frazier, Grethe, Captain Huston, Mastropieri, Taylor, Tilley, York, and Manager Nohkoudian. At the end of the season, Coach Simmons presented Captain Huston with a miniature gold basketball, Captain-elect F lagg with a silver one, and the remainder of the squad with similar trophies in bronze. l .,,.'yoa. One Hundred Twenly-nine '-m:i..m..u.... -M-fa 5 i ,, M, ,Y-+..f-...P vw it wylg M' ag'-' if E w'Ya1w:fg .1 .3 , Y -:ia fa , rs S 'A' 1 fi:-"' ,Q e ' HE- ,WHL-uv - --1---1... vw., J :: 14, "Sag, ,Eg .J ggi: .4-'f.:"" 3 .... ' ga. ing '5":F,:ix-2' 53' :15':.2 3.. ..:1 .' r4.'1'I,1 Qt ,Xe 5, ur: , 1 c ' - H J if Wm .am fa wwwi 'fs vaiii' AW.: aff? Q ef W ax. 21 .AW Jr-7 my af ff. Indoor Track ITH Sloane, York, Wilkes, and McLellan in the relay, Sloane in the dash, and Fitzgerald and Owens in the long distance runs, the 1933 indoor track team was especially successful. Although there was some strength in the other events, the lack of veteran material was felt throughout. In the initial meet, Newton was defeated by Lawrence 41-36, after staging a desperate uphill fight. Two weeks later, in an encounter at Brockton, the Shoe City men indecisively edged out Newton 40MA36V2. Hugh Owens broke the Brockton Track record for the 1,000-yard run in this meet. A fortnight later, Methuen was easily defeated 52M to HM. . In the Northeastern Interscholastics, our relay team showed its power by gaining a second place, and Newton gained a tie for fourth in the team scoring. In the final duel meet of the season, Brookline easily defeated Newton 49-28. The Newton relayists, however, broke the Brookline track record and McLellan won the 300-yard. Although Newton failed to place in the B. A. A. Interscholastics, in the fol- lowing two weeks our relay team more than acquitted itself by capturing first places in both the Andover and State Meets. Newton finished fifth and seventh in these two classics. In the final meet of the season, the Bowdoin Interscholastics, held at Brunswick, Maine, Newton scored fifteen points and captured three first places. Captain Sloane won the dash, Fitzgerald broke the record for the mile, and the relay team G equalled this feat in its event. 'iw N The following boys have received letters for indoor track: Captain Sloane, Brown, Caton, Cobb, Connelly, Fitzgerald, Kinraide, McLellan, Miller, Owens, Rich, Smith, Wilkes, York, and Manager-Hunter. IX: One Hundred Thirly .4n.i...'l."'...':::m' E t ,mf W 1 TT l N 5 SM TW 1..ff'2f'1:2 "5- 53 ef -f 'W' J ' ' 1- , , 'aa 1 Fa"'e"'W"w--s 5 ' az " -5 . C , ii ll 5' . 7-" we , , , ' ,, 'X I , " 'X . ,av'xv2ftsv:2s?w f A 51437 4, i s p . X la w- in " V . 'V' Fmt ..,. 1 ,f:1s17i,E?1 - 5 Outdoor Track Caplain, THOMAS FITZGERALD Manager, JAMES NAYLOH Coach, DONALD G. ENOCH . HIS year, Coach Enoch has had as well balanced a team in the running events as he has ever handled, with Fitzgerald in the mile, Sloane in the century, Wilkes in the furlong, McLellan and York in the low hurdles, Freeman in the half-mile, and Sloane, York, Wilkes, and McLellan in the relay. The Orange and Black won its first meet, the Worcester Interscholastics, with a total of nineteen points, and a week later beat Boston English by a score of 42-35. ln the Worcester meet, Captain Thomas Fitzgerald and Palmer York won the mile and 220-yard low hurdles, respectively. Not far behind York in the hurdles, was David McLellan who placed fourth. Douglas Sloane, the only Newton man to score in two events, placed second in the century and fourth in the furlong. The other points were scored by Allan Freeman's second in the half mile and Gordon Wilkes's fourth in the 440-yard dash. In the English meet, the majority of the points were scored by the same persons as in the previous meet. Other meets were the Harvard Interscholastic, Brookline meet, and Fitchburg Relays. The lcttermen were: Captain Fitzgerald, Caton, Connelly, Francis, Frazier, Freeman, Kin- raide, Liscomb, Maynard, McLellan, Miller, Myrick, Owens, Quigley, Rich, Scott, D. Sloane, fi A S. Sloane, Wilkes, York, and Manager Naylor. e-Za 5-- One Hundred Thirly-one Tennis Captain, GORDON McK1ss0cK Manager, ALBERT J. Bnooxs Coach, WALTER M. TAYLOR HE varsity tennis team, one of the best balanced in Newton's tennis history, led by Gordon McKissock, revealed surprising strength early in the season. Although losing a match to Milton Academy, where tennis is a major sport, Newton upset two potential state champions, Malden and Melrose, and with Ar- lington's scalp in its possession may claim another championship. McKissock's flat drives, Will Spurrier's service, and Dick Brennan's forehand drives have kept them at the top of the "bumper list" with Link Merrill, Hep Randolph, Jack Higgins, and Dick Fraser in close competition for the fourth position. The scores have been: Newton 5, Country Day 03 Milton Academy 5, Newton 43 Newton 5, Malden 2g Newton 5, Melrose 23 Newton 6, Nashua 13 Newton 7, Dorchester 0g and Newton 8, Middlesex 0. The second team, led by Vic Haven, Ted Cobb, and George Volpe, made an impressive record against the varsity squads of several smaller high schools. W -X Egg"- One Hundred Thirty-lwo Golf Coach, THOMAS G. WALTERS WENTY-FIVE ambitious niblick wielders answered the call nf Coach T. G. Walters for golf. After a few practice sessions, the size of the squad was reduced to the workable number of ten. The team consists of the following players in order of their positions: Patrick Hagerty, Charles Quinn, Francis Gal- vin, John Shea, Nelson Manning, and Richard McEldowney. Herlihy, Gorgone, Cosgrove, and Buck are the substitutes. Of the regulars, Hagerty, a fine all-around golfer, was easily the outstanding player. Last year he waS runner-up in the State Caddie Championship and stands a good chance of winning that tournament this year. Galvin, a sophomore, is a "mighty fine" prospect, according to Coach Walters. Quinn, Shea, Manning, and McEldowney, a veteran quartet, are all superior golfers. The season opened with a visit to Nashua where the Newton boys were tied, 45-45, by a strong team. Dedham was easily defeated, 9-0. The next match was with Watertown, a formidable aggregation. The entire team played excellent golf and won by a score of YA2. Final matches were played against Thayer Academy, Lexington, and Arlington. if l If X Tw? One Hundred Thirly-lhree "' L . 1--1 . ' " --M-1 1 4-.. , r., f, my eftggax .ah M5234 15515354 :Nw -:al-Mgqg, 'f-'Q f.-wtf, '.:g1fff fs? fg """'R""!"1lv' K ' ' -" . .14 f ' ,iw 'fi wf . 1 ,T-1 ' - 51-3 s 'sig Girls' Field Hockey FTER three weeks practice under the leadership of Miss Burnham, a varsity squad of twenty-six girls was chosen from the one hundred twenty who reported for practice. A complete Newton victory ushered in the first game of the season, the first team winning 1-0 and the second 3-0 over Watertown. Then followed a season of rain forcing the postponement of all games. With the return of pleasant weather came the Waltham contest, resulting in scoreless ties for both teams. As in last year's game, the first varsity suffered defeat at the hands of Brookline to the tune of 2-03 but the second varsity, after a keen dual, won 1-0. The annual classic with the alumnae brought the season to a close with a 3-1 triumph for the varsity. Instead of choosing the usual All-Boston Field Hockey Associa- tion Honorary Team, a field day was held at Newton with our first team participating. At an all-girls' assembly in December, twelve girls received first team letters, thirteen second team letters were awarded, and seven senior girls received numerals for the winning class team. Varsity awards were distributed to the following: Captain Barbara Phinney, Margaret Caswell, Martha Condit, Virginia Fletcher, Mary F rayer, Josephine Glynn, Mary Gustafson, Barbara Harrington, Barbara Mildram, and Deborah Wing. Chevrons were given to Marguerite Creamer and Elizabeth Quirk for second year member- ship on this team. N X Wx C One Hundred Th irly-four LIN! N' YZ sh-.H sl E523 """""' 'W My -A '--we , 4 - - f-' "' ew - I ,, i 11- swf- 5 1-' -1" , "' - L- yr. ' J i a? 22a:2:.:e,:-F-: in 1 "'a?e:- is - -. F-.' sf 'T-W-5" 1 , 're' ,. 1-E ' ' , K ,V . M . , if a psgf, ty, 41--as fs,-a::,,?r,re- 3, a, ., -1, rx- -f ha, ,f ,, - .. ,, , 5 ' :. 1- .vi f ,wi 'rr ' ik. X V ""---V , -. --QF., '1-- ,4- ' - - - .. - 1 -1- . 5 an i t we tr 9 .r all -- ea. 3 e E--'t' -11 'r g a s far to . f err 1:5 1. f: Ms M- 'semi 37, ,L ' fbi, 'fr K ,f 1'f3" 'rjix:':r--5. ' :H A . 'A-fffkfsiffrfzf-4'2f1f1 -- sip: 221 isit i .v:e4'r'll.' 4 " . 51, f f'-wr A vo Gt l Girls' Basketball Caplain, BETTY MCCREAUY Manager, JANE F ORTIE Coach, ELNA PETERSON IRLS reporting for basketball were placed on intra-mural teams forming a league. The winning team received numerals. Barbara Phinney, Estelle Smith, and Joyce Wheeler were chosen captains of their class varsities. In the opening games with Cambridge, the juniors were the victorious class. In the Needham games, all three teams won by scores of 8-7, 22-14, and 28-20 respectively. In the games against Waltham, the soph- omores won by a score of 35-4: the juniors, 24-193 and the seniors, 38-12. In the final series of games at VVatertown, the Newton girls won by scores of 22-6, 36-12, and 14-5, respectively. After the class competitions had been won by the juniors, the honorary varsity was chosen. This team was beaten by the faculty by a score of 26-18, and defeated the Alumnae, 30-25. At the Girls' Gym Meet the following were awarded varsity letters: Marguerite Creamer, Jean Harvey, Fredcce Littlefield, Barbara Phinney, Estelle Smith, Mary Sullivan, and Margaret Walden. Jane Forte and Captain Betty McCready were awarded chevrons for being on the varsity a second year. 33 df.. One Hundred Thirly-five Girls' Tennis Captain, CONSTANCE OBER Coach, Miss MAIDA FLANDERS EN NIS was as usual one of the most popular sports for girls in 1933. The fall and spring tourna- ments, open to all tennis enthusiasts, brought out the best material for building the team. The fall tournament was won by Carolyn Whitaker in a hard-fought match with Lillian Mancini. Then, Miss Maida Flanders, the coach, selected the team which consisted of seven regulars and one substitute player. The team playing in the following order, consists of: Carolyn Whitaker, Constance Ober, Lillian Mancini, Phyllis Stafford, Barbara Foote, Carolyn Everts, Betty McCready, and Esther Merchant. A regular schedule for games was arranged, and matches with teams from Winchester, Need- ham, Watertown, Brookline, and Arlington were played. ma One Hundred Th irty-six V 5 1, . my U L, A iw , , ,i.?, A iw ij A.il ji -, ... , , .:.:.,.::,. Q ,, .Q,fT , . 5 , ' " :- "2 - ' ' " ' 5 15 "h' . - . H f 5 x 3953 13 R XX 1 Wx irwiwfniv: :N n Y , LA I - ,E 15:53,-' V -Lk' ' get E1 EU :::- , rf ' .9 , " , .. ...h-'Q -' 4' ,Lx . , gv'....Q" ' 'H V' we if 2' J "' K " 'H " ' Y Aijfwziifig f' ff fp ,f ,..,, 'ln - wk- '41 5 Mgw M 3 . .4 5 v H H L ,m M- ,SL N .. b y .gn ,g fx -f ,, . . 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Susie Snoop CEllen WJ makes debut. 1 f Vi' 5,5 " g 'wif A' 7 October ' 1 - Fair - Newton wins first league game. Beats Cam- ff v LJ 'xigliw ' - Zip E brldge 6 O. If 2? ll 8-Even fairer-Supposedly superior Everett team held If fy, ll lqltfifg ' to scoreless tie. my A457 I . . W :iw 12 - Columbus Day. First hol1dayAof the year. N I 15 - Look! Newton 25, Quincy 0. 'l ll l ' 'f ll 22 - Second league game - Newton 6, Somerville 0. F3 llylki Savior 26 - Dr. Eddy and Assembly and India and Gandhi. ' - 2, 4- 29 - Newton 44, Melrose 6 Cfootball, not hockeyl. November 4-Harvest Hop. A financial success, much to everyone's surprise. 5 - 'Nother league victory: Newton 20, Bindge 7. 8 - Harry Walen chosen Newtonian editor-in-chief: "Perley" Goodwin will manage business end. 11 - Second holiday of year. November 12 - Tragedy! Newton 0, Waltham 0. 16 - Senior class meeting. Harry Walen and Dick McEldowney engage in spell-binding. Banquet tickets will be 25c if, etc. Senior Play announced. 18, 19 M "She Stoops to Conquer." Miss Richardson, Mr. Swan, Mr. Green, et al, show us how to act. Faculty in big drinking scene! 23-28 - Intermission. 24 30 What a day! Newton 66, Brookline 0. Turkey to top it off. -All-boys' assembly. Famous grad George Owen speaks. School receives Suburban League trophy from hands of Doc Martin. December 9 - Feminine Follies. Of, for, by and with the juniors. 14 - All-girls' assembly. 21 - Helen Barr sings for us at Christmas assembly. 22 - Vacation - enough saidl January 3 - Back to work - enough said. 4 - Gerrit Beneker arrives in Packard to tell us we should appreciate working man. 18 - Preview assembly of Senior Play. The scene on the island. 20, 21 - The great Senior Play of 1933 - HThe Admirable Crichton," coached by Miss Nute. Bob Giddings most successfully English - HJ. B." Beach as a poor, poor dumbell - Mary Hill as a Lady- Bog Maynard as a butler with scruples -Julian Barron as a Lord - Connie Southgate and Barbie King as sisters. Some goings-on. One Hundred Thirty-eight ' - .. .if 1 " Y ' ww if 11 if K in iid W K If Q55 'fig'-?"'f1' --5-ZSYTEE ' I -"" i 'M ""' 'Y a' V ' '.., 21 V . 2 , Q K- ' ' ' - 'T ii ' --if ' 2:35 '50 . 25. 7T :5rz5i::.i Q H v M" 'S it " ' afar g L. ' ff: V3 53.5 l 3 ----E ff: 'sfskifix :Si ' B , .., . I ' ' L'-Z 5 ig. f fimk ez. 'if fi? 331 1. ' -'A gun' l .4 L 1353.55 Y me gtg we cf., jg. ,J,Q,F7"1::f---. L, . .. .a I My-N.-Y. K' 5,7 7 A . . .fiawas ..iaws fZs7. ...M f.-im.. , U.. gyhsmixy 3,-it! February 10 - Sophomore dance - Tom Anderson's orchestra. 15 Y Assembly. A. J. Muste's Lincoln oration. 18-27 -Another vacation. Just like the others except that VVashington's Birthday was the holiday in thc middle of this one. 29 - Extra day thrown into February to remember that the hockey and basketball seasons were extra successful. March 34 f Smashing success for the Drama Club with "The Royal Family." Fred Claflee, W. P. Bittenbender, Virginia Kretschmar, Winnie Clark, John Enegess of our own class and Alice Mansfield of the juniors. Orchids to all, including the dog, the parrot, and the monkey. Two orchids to Coach Miss Wetherbee. 15 - Doctor Griggs in Assembly - very enthusiastically received. English Club sponsorship. 18 - First C. E. E. B. trials. We get the darndest things into this calendar. 31-Prize-Speaking-Junior Alice Mansfield again invades Senior territory and annexes first prize. Dave Mcliillop second. Marjorie Holcomb wins both writing contests 1 very unusual. Play given! Owl April 12 - 83 new members inducted in the National Honor Society. 14-23 4Another vacation. This time the holiday is in honor of Paul Revere and his horse. Hi-Y dance also runs. ' 24 - Beginning of the last lap. May 3 - Fresh-Soph Prize-Speaking. 6 - YE SENIOR PROM. Plenty of' ushers . . . palms . . . girls ga-ga over NGahan . . . smoothies in white coats . . . program mix-ups . . . bored teachers in every corner . . . Bill Bailey ofiiciates and successfully. 8 Y 22 more days of sehoolg ho-hum. 10 Y Girls' dress assembly. Pretty, pretty. 30 - Last holiday of the year - too bad. June 1 W Just the first day of June. 9 - The day before. 10 - Graduation - after all these years. 10 - Senior banquet - Surely you remember the Senior Banquet? 1Q 19e24 - C. E. E. B. DR. GRIGGS FINIS One Hundred Thirly-nine 1. HAL EVANS 4. Miss WALDMEYER 7. JANE F0n'rE 2. MIDGE BROWN 5. JEAN BEACH 8. Mn. KIDGER 3. ALEX KEVOBKIAN 6. Miss WETHERBEE 9. ELLEN WESTON One Hundred Forly 4. . Last Will and Testament of the Class of 1933 E, the class of 1933, ready to pass out of existence on June 10, 1933, being of sound mind and abid- ing memory, and the most richly endowed class mentally as well as physically ever to be graduated from the Newton High School, do hereby publish and declare this to be our last will and testament. By this instrument we do hereby give, devise, and bequeath to the Newton High School, the class of 1934, and individuals here and after specifically set forth, to have and to hold, for better or for worse, to them and their heirs and successors, for their use and forever, to wit, viz, ie, etc. The lunchroom and counters to the pupils, and the push-carts to the faculty. Buildings into the hands of the receivers. To the Newtonile X Ralph Bixby's energy and ability. Ellen Weston's bug for gossip to Susie Snoop. Hal Evan's "sports mania." To the Class of 1934 Peggy May's efficiency. Karl Goodwin's 4 A's. Bob Walker's F renchy Latin translations. Miss South's "nice little tests." Mary Schirmer's original sayings to Miss Waldmeyer. Barbara Phinney's length to Miss Burnham. ' Statue of "The Blond Venus" to Miss Carleton. Bill Boyhan's Orange Book to Mr. Kidger. Jean Beach's cocoanuts to Miss Myles. v Funk and Wagnall's Practical Standard Dictionary in 335 to Kenneth Johnsons ghost. Tinker F uller's loyalty to Janet Cryan. Palmer York's bursts of melody to 324 Calways lockedj. The new pictures in building three to the art department to be touched up. To those who will accept them E Ben Brown's green bag. Edna Mitchell's smile. Mabel Mitchell's lipstick. x Bob Gidding's English accent. Bibsie Bankhart's banjo. Brad Greene's flying fingers. ,x Roger Maynard's disguise of bashfulness. Stuart Gibson's camera. Barbara King's walk. Bill Bittenbender's pomposity. Kitty Whalen's gift for gab. Fred Claffe-e's profanity. F- Dick Wilson's "knowitalsis." Kay Ward's pertness. Dick Forbes's poisons. Katie Swenarton's happy-go-lucky ways. Having confidence in Paul E. Elicker, our principal, we do hereby constitute and appoint him to be our sole executor of this our last will and testament. May 3, 1933. One Hundred F orly-one y 3 1 ' ' 1' 3 , 59 52 W, f 1, ff . QQ IMP ,L AI . , ,,,. . E A MWMW,M ,,.,,,.:A. g ggl, 1, 1 General Statistics-Class of 1933 Favorite author . Second . . . Favorite book . . Second .... Favorite Magazine . Second .... Favorite Newspaper . Second .... Movie of the year . Second ,...... Favorite motion picture actor Second ....... Favorite motion picture actress Second ....... Play of the year . Second ..... School Play of the year . Second ....... Favorite Radio Performer . Second ....... Favorite Orchestra . Second .... Favorite auto . . Second .... Most admired man . Second ,.... Most admired woman . Second ...... Vox Populi Thomas Hardy . . John Galsworthy The Return of the Native . , The F orsyle Saga The Saturday Evening Post ......Time Herald . . Globe . Cavalcade . 42nd Street . Clark Gable Frederick March . Norma Shearer Helen Hayes Green Pastures . . Of Thee I Sing . . . The Royal Family . The Adrnirable Crichton . Baron Munchausen . . . Ed Wynn . Guy Lombardo's Cab Calloway's . . Packard . . . . . Ford . Franklin D. Roosevelt . . Herbert Hoover . Mrs. Calvin Coolidge Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt One Hundred Forty-three u-f..L..., -f M L ew KD gf-I E, .fx :,:,C.:g::-:H wa: -7' F.-.3-,f,.f. 'fm I ' " F 'Z 1+ we J 8 v P ' 5 11. g 4 ? 1441 4 f,,,.l-,Q iv Q4 A ,ffl ggi' fi J g'v..5g'," 1 . ""' 21, 4' f L33 if 1 Ui fs-' K- 2 U, 126 gg Q, MQ an .flag ,-,4 W 1 1. L . 3, - ... 2, I .... V. . . , nm. 'U' ff' 1 "ws J,,. ', ,., -1.4 .L f.., .. . - - M, CA. Y, I , , Sv x ox:N:?T::, Lvctfe. 'Rgsvxnevkl Q K 5 Q Q Q WR Km iii-eg xok gaiwie eF QS-Q -lk xoXXKv5e3 'Tome wow- T-2. ebaib-.ev Vvso QS w YYY, R CC-N U1 i M" -H+ 1- rm M 'R Q 9 Q 4' X bvvvsvwsx 4 uw . X'15,:xt:1V 341305-'a?XeC-Q. x?xgvmYXox'Wx N 'MZIZ .YJ Nvxxng-M 'ind-343 gQ:X' T' X f' 'YNKOX-3 To QOXXECV AA-'QS N- --xx -ww R ei xg -YQ Y-e.x:Q '6'R'::XB em., .qmems S W el I 'L'ilQ, '+OR:Q'w.c.e . "Vw-Q Sw is wkx ek 'eng 'FX-a"gf1f-ti 'flgfeeoxg v se s gli: Hex x x-, We 33,3 Chu sNvs'Xvw-y, Nrwxa 505 vm We Q Q ' II d ui Forly-four 1z 5 'l 5' PM 3 'iaijfgmmqise li ,K mwmm N as s at ...ffffi .. Y. v- 1. -- - " t W"L - as y '.-.T'c' 1 A M" is - ' 2 . ' - .- l ---'- f it ' -lit! .... Ig-g iff-7 Grand Hotel 1948 VEN ING, folks, this is handsome Ned Dupee, your favorite announcer, speaking for station WWW from the balcony of the Grand Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts. We are broadcasting the fifteenth reunion of the class of 1933 of Newton High School. You know, this reunion is being held here at the invitation of Stearns MacNutt, manager of the hotel. As a matter of fact, folks, this hotel is fairly over-run with former Newton people. Our old friend, Roger Maynard, is maitre d'h6tel and the chef is Pete Kerby, who makes the best hash in the city. I just saw K. Perley Goodwin, who was recently appointed head bell-boy. That's success, my childrenl The desk clerk is David McKillop, I think, though it might be someone else. Oh, yes, the famous murals in the lobby here are the work of Bill Boyhan, who did them on a bet. The scene here in the lobby is magnificent. The special flowers are the gift of Benjamin Shattuck Brown, who is the agent for a fellow who is the agent of a local florist. Manager MacNutt, a great show- man, has placed five pianos in a semi-circle in the lobby and some of our old friends are entertaining with Concerlo for Five Pianos. I see Bob Giddings, Eliza Hunter, Harriet Badenoch, Amy Hamburger, and Bradford C"One-finger"j Greene. Give them a hand, boysg they're on the cuff. Hold everything, folks, the guests are arriving! First, I see the Honorable Douglas Sloane and Mrs- Sloane. She's the former Ellen Weston, you know. They certainly look happy, and why not? Next, if my eyes deceive not, are those two old bachelors, Fred Claffee and Bob Robinson. They are followed by - yes, sir, folks, the man of the hour, W. Piehler Bittenbender, the Senator from Idaho. My, oh, my, maybe it's a secret, but the Senator is accompanied by charming Midge Brown. She's been hiding in his coat pocket. V Here comes a big cigar, followed by Robert Henry Cotton, Adonis of Adonises. Next, I see Charles COne "n"D O'Conor. Charlie bought the Bed Sox last year, you know, and this season they have sky- rocketed to seventh place. He is accompanied by Harry Walen, author of "Alice through the Mirror" and Ralph Bixby, City Censor. He looks happyg oh, yes, last night was the opening of a new Earl Carroll show. We now transfer control to the Lavender Room, where the main festivities are taking place. Your announcer at that point will be Ed Kent, ex-cartoonist. Here we are in the Lavender Boom of Grand Hotel, where the management is presenting an elaborate floor-show, with some of our old friends featured. The music you hear in the background is, of course, that of Tom Anderson's orchestra. Later on, you will hear a few choruses crooned by that popular personality, Palmer York. Let's see who's here. Over in a corner I see Bob Walker and Jean Beach. M-m-m-m. Bob forgot his tickets, but he's here just the same. In another corner I see Mme. Ruth Andress, president of the W.C.T.U., and Harold B. Evans, president of the Evans Ale Company. A hot argument is in progress between them, though I can't imagine what itis all about. I see Peggy May in a corner with Carolyn Raye and pretty glum about it, not a word has passed between them. The wonders Time doth wrought! Right in the middle of the floor is a very long table with Elizabeth Campbell at one end and half a dozen men lined up along the sides. I see John Tower, Bud Fisher, Alexander Kevorkian, Warren Huston, Charles Houghton, and Donato Ccdrone. The waiter must have put that mob together by mistake. Sorry, folks, our time is nearly up. Just let me say that the m.c. here is Jack "a hen is a durn fool" Purple, who has graduated from poultry to witty comment on the human race. Betty Banker, Premiere Danseuse, will be featured, and others of note will appear, including Mary Hill, who promises to reveal the "mysterious boy-friend," after all these years. Accept no substitutes! Good night, folks, this is Ed Kent, signing off for station WWW, the woice of the weserwoir. One Hundred Forly-five 1 1. STEWIE GIBSON ' 4. MR. PETERSON 7. RALPH BIXBY 2. KAY SWENAIITON 5. JACK PURPLE' 8. FREDDIE LITTLEFTELD 3. KILBY KLINE 5 6. MR. STERLING VVILLIAMS 9. STEARNS MACNUIT One Hundred Foriy-six .. 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Sure, I'd like some FOWL-ER F ISH-ER - WATTS that? CEnter FREEMAN in PURPLE DESOTO. He pulls up DUCLOS to BANKER, and in DUANE so runs over BANKER'S FOOTE. BUTLER flees. FREEMAN jumps OBER the side of CARRJ FREEMAN: Have you BENOITP BANKER Cwho lies there, CRONIND: HOITT! You'd think my feet were a CUPOLI BEANS! For F YF E cents I'd get the MARSHALL after you. You nearly MUTHERed me. FREEMAN: From the noise y0u're making you'd think some BOYD had given you a BLACKEYe. Don't BEER baby. BAN KER Crisingj: Well, I suppose you're MOREY less right. METHOT of TILTON with you to settle it, but you might give me a WHALEN, and as I KENT stand being licked, I would probably HUR- LEY hunk of COLE at you. I'm a GOOD-WINner but hEVANS help the fellow that beats me. QFREEMAN looks disgustedly at DENT in CARR, jumps in, and goes around O'CONOR without even saying goodbye.D BANKER: fglances at BOLTER cloth from BOSTON, corn COBB pipe, and WHITE COTTON gloves the BUTLER dropped.J I wonder what's happened to KILBYP With all these HICKS to CHASE him he'll get COTTER run into a TOWER or something. He's just a DIMAN in the rough. CEnter YOUNG SHEPHERD BOY-HAN girl. Boy spies BANKER and HOLLIS at him. The two approach.D Boy: Have you seen the BARBA? The BARRON's after him with a GUNN. He bought some SIE- GARS and HATTEM UNDERWOOD. Then, last KNIGHT they DREW from a DECKER cards to see WATT they'd do. The BARRON wanted to BARRY WHITE LYONS in GRAVES. The BARBA, however, had EATON well, and desired a trip to the BEACH to see the water EDDY round the TOOMBS. The BARBA won so they got the SIEGARS and started out. First they went to a BOOTH where a BARKER was REEDing LOCKE. Then, they went home AN-DRESSed in BROWN BUCKskin. Again they went their way. Finally, they came to a HUNTER, a MILLER, and a HARPER nodding over a volume of SCOTT. The BARRON felt in high spirits so he gave them the razz, but the HUNTER suddenly looked up, EN-NIS fthe BARRON'Sj HART sank. It was the KING. Now the BARRON wants to LYNCH the BARBA or PIERCE him with a SPEAR, because he says but for him he wouldn't have gone for a WALK-ER offended ROYalty. ENEGESS he was right at that. Girl: CLEVERDON, I calls it. BANKER: Is he in these WOODS now? Boy: I VVORDEN wonder. if he isn't DROWNEd. HOWART you like to be lost in this MARCY- less forest? BANKER: Not much. O'HARA voice! Who is COLLINGS overthere? Girl: That's VONER his brothers. Ccallsj We're CUMMINGS. CBoy goes offj BANKER: Will you be back to-MORROWE' Girl: We MAY and we MAYNARD. Why? BANKER: I have a NEW-COMB I'd like you to have. Girl: I think you are SWEET. I'll MEADE you here to-MORROW at this time-. Goodbye. CExit9 Boy Cfrom off stagebz I say old fellow, do you know what to do if your wife's hair gets thin on top? BANKER: No, What? Boy: THATCHER. CURTIN One Hundred l'v0I'f-VeSCl'Pll One Hundred Forly-eighl ,4:,. i F p A g 'V:. 3 1'-, ' -A aff' " n . :': -Q his Tk e sm ak Y o u , , - WXGM ou vbey ,swf WMQMYGOWQ 6 7, xx, XbQg55OY"M GOV ' fx ff age as is-7 Qi Q 41ww'STw'm lh TL -xf WL-ffe K-kozge Sb, Q I NX! 0 I 'For NYE OS e XTX swag Kiwce. I 4 X613 Cl"-' YQ. X X15 'b e X :X , Q x X X X W X 0:0 ' XX YMNXRX, XX- P x sh Q ' 1 L f Axxg 4 - X r ' +- -fi XXN' H1 Y X wwf A 1 'V C-,W cw Q53 0HddFl ag new '- ' f ' H 32.7. fi 1 W , 5 , , M- K. , V , -- - 1:"""'1'e- ,,a.,,y- V , If Mia A 3 - Y I qi, 1, ax- ip -- ,WJ -4 ., xy, navy?-. H 4+ ,1, f E ,Q SY :ga - iaa f za M, " w is 1 , , W Sf? ,t ,ga ,gf 'jfs Fw e in gn 'if ? ' ef - f."'.I'.Qxi +'?5""""'f"'PQ1 E' M 'sg 'ei 35152 Sw ' :Mu 5 H! 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