Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)

 - Class of 1937

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N u THE T937 PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL NEWTONVILLE, MASSACHUSETTS 'k 'k 'A' ir JANE DEALY - - - - EDITOR CHESTER NEWEY - BUSINESS MANAGER BARBARA BANCROFT - CIRCULATION MANAGER 'x C -f Iwi' F I 13-X f X1 ,X If EVA I. . ir if ir X743- THE MAN mom MARS ,Q ON A MEMORABLE DAY IN JUNE, 1937, A f MAN FROM MARS UNEXPECTEDLY DROPPED TO EARTH, LANDING ON TI-IE NEWTON I HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC FIELD. IMPRESSED A BY THE LARGE CAMPUS, HE EAGERLY AC- f' , CEPTED THE OFFER OF A YOUNG NEWTON I -' STUDENT TO SHOW HIM THE VARIOUS I I PHASES OF SHOOL LIFE BY MEANS OF ' , XM: THE "NEWTONIAN." " ' -K--in ,v ,K -- K. , l KK K K ' , K K 555' K :FK K'vK Q , , , I y- ' - v 'fo 1 ' V, 'fe' . A ' ff" - has f 9' . Q . rl .i , , x . -, , 5,5 .K A K 1 . A "' fu KK' K ' . .r-".K 'sz 1. K., 1' Vfh, V ,',,YkM'. K. . 0 ,. K, .K KK' fr in ga KL KK C url? KK . K 'T 0 u . 44, mg-M 9 ' '.',,".'k:'3'1.?xTK A - ,f 7 -1 fr ' ,. 5' , . . xy., in-...K f , QL P5 ' ' 5 kilfi :tie QAK' "1 K 5 . 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GK , fr, , .jgyk K, . , .W .- K .5 ,mg , , ' Af ,ww , ' 'Q L' 'I'51,fjJf KKK ,V 'ix A K. 1 K Q, .5 . AF 2, X41 I X7 b V ,AM 4 0 "f fl 4 Q, x sp. Ks- aw: x . Lam Lswq - ', ' . . ' 'ev' ' 1' ' a Y- .im 313 'QR Aw, A 6 M qw ka' I 4 Z ,Q,k,,,5S'.,.O ,fu 'NL df". Ta W: K . L ,W , if , A f ,V . Kif 'X ,Y fi' ,tt 4 in-W5-f nf , K lv L 4, we tg KK, . Y . a Q., W -A KK KIMKKKKK Krrn T FOREWORD The Editorial Stall lwas earnestly endeavored to produce an annual wlwiclw will meet witlm your unqualified approval. We present tlie 'l 937 HNewtonianH . . . a really dillerent year poolc. You are to judge its success. Ti-IE EDITOR MR. PAUL E. ELICKER T the May, 1936, meeting of the Newton School Board, Mr. Paul E. Eliclcer was granted a leave of absence from September 1, 1936, to June 1, 1937, to head the Atlantic Zone Committee of the organization for the co-operative study of secondary school standards, which was formally initiated in August, 1933, on call of the U. S. Commissioner of Education, This study is being con- ducted through representatives of six regional associations of colleges and secondary schools in the country, and receives its support from co-operative groups and from a special grant from the Rockefeller Foundation. The work is divided into three phases. The first is the formulation of specific statements of tentative criteria covering schools' philosophy and objectives, the pupil, the staff, the plant, the educational program, and the administration. The second is an experimental tryout of criteria developed in the first phase by ex- perienced school administrators in QOO selected schools, including schools in every state, and representing such schools as will include the various elements present in the complex character of our educational system. The third phase will include an extensive analysis of results, in order to provide material for evaluat- ing secondary schools. This phase will be conducted during the year 1937-1938. After a three-week period in the staff office in Washington in September, when schools in the vicinity of that city were visited, each committee has been at work in its respective area, spending from two to five days in each school. We of Newton l-ligh School are justly proud of the great honor which both the school and our principal have received through his appointment to help in executing this important and difficult task, This study must have been interesting and stimulating. We are extremely grateful for the felicitous messages he has sent to the student body, and we are looking forward to his return. Five RAYMOND A. GREEN, ACTING PRINCIPAL I-IE Newtonian wishes to con- gratulate lvlr. Green on his successful year as Acting Principal. In the absence of Mr, Eliclcer, he has performed his numerous duties with cheerful understanding and proficiency. lt is no small task to be respon- sible for the affairs of a school with an enrollment of oyer 9,000 for there are always new problems to meet. Mr. Green has never failed to meet one of these problems effi- ciently. Added to his more serious ac- tivities Mr, Green finds time to ap- pear in the popular Faculty Plays. Below we see our Acting, Principal as he looks when he acts. MR, GREEN, ACTING SI-IERLOCK HOLMES FRANCIS J. FOSTER HE Newtonian sincerely congratulates Mr. Foster, Newton's efficient Acting Assistant Principal. l-lis quiet understanding of student problems and his unfailing friendliness have endeared him to Newton pupils. Seven Tl-IE FACULTY FACULTY PLAY NDER the kind but masterly hand of Mrs. Blanche F. Bemis, the faculty pre- sented this year an adaptation of Nathaniel Reid's comedy "The Queen's Husband." Set in a mythical kingdom on the North Sea, the action takes place in the private ohlice of King Eric, the henpecked husband of Oueen Martha. l-laughty and martyrlike, Miss Louise Wetherbee gave a convincing portrayal of this royal personage. Mr. Francis J. Foster, as the king, offered a true-to-life interpretation of a penguin-loving checker player. Miss Lucille Burnham rendered a natural and unspoiled beauty to the part of Princess Anne, accompanied by Mr. Charles Peterson, eFfective lover. Forrest Paige, as Petley, and Carl Swan, as Phipps, handled well the otlices of royal ushers. Carl Birmingham was an arrogant Lord Briten, while Charles l-larrington, as Doctor Fellman, portrayed a gracious and reFined diplomat. Well- knovvn and beloved Edward N. GriFfin admirably rendered pompous General Northrup, while Donald Enoch presented loyal Major Blent of the Palace Guard. Disappointed in his suit for Princess Anne's hand, Raymond A. Green, as Prince William of Guck, displayed stateliness and grace. Francesco Argento Fitted well into the part ol Laker, an anarchist of fervor and zeal. Gladys Cunningham and Adele Loysen, as Ladies-in-Waiting to l-ler Ma- jesty, and Beverly Wilson and Lucius Jones, as soldiers, Filled in well the back- ground of non-speaking actors. ir 'Ir Nine GLIMRSES CDF YESTERDAY MISS WALDMEYER MR. KIDGER On this page you see hitherto unpublishedk photographs of some of our distinguished faculty. Miss WaIdmeyer's picture was taken in 'I917 when she was a Red Cross nurse. Mr. Birmingham is shown as he Iooked while in collegei and Mr. Kidger and Mr. Johnson appear as they looked when they first came to Newton High School. MR. BIRMINGHAM MR. JOHNSON Ten I ,I,I.,..I-M. . -fr I H i fi' I I I , ,I 7 ,II .-H55 . ' flsirgfgg. -. 'i x H II II I 1?-It I . EQ- I -- - ,r . if . -I II , ... 5' AL1 I , S . . , I . 75 -ul f 'II I ,Q A Y ' , . 'ffl 1' 1 -'wx " 5.4-nl. 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ZAff'j.,'9'LA-"fx-K SQ4. , A 4:1 avi: '- JA' :1.A!53':Ffa3-' '.-Y17T'p.:i A 'Q i'3.1f-ff-SWL..-.' 3.3 111' f .- CQ4 'QAH1-','-:5J"Ji.'ifA1 'f . , .zf--A, -'22-:r -475 .r. , f:-1-,'jf,fz,.f-+44m1'Ii4.:x-I.-.ff.i5.'Ff1"vQi-22. .Ba-TdlviafxI?:S,a:e-afix..'i2----1:-I if iw ' -I - 'A' if I 'A' K 'A' I I 1- .. "SIR, AS A MEMBER OF THE NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT BODY, I CONSIDER IT A GREAT HONOR TO CON- DUCT YOU THROUGH OUR SCHOOL. ir "MAY I FIRST PRESENT OUR MENTAL ACTIVITIES. WE SHALL SEE THE INDIVIDUAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF THE SENIOR CLASS, FOLLOWED BY THE GROUP ACHIEVE- MENTS OF THE JUNIORS AND SOPHOMORES, AS WE SCAN THE FOLLOWING PAGES." 'Ir uk 'A' ir L LU 41 A SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS RICHARD WHITNEY CHESTER NEWEY President First Vice-President GERALDINE WISBACH MARCELIA RENNARD LEONARD Le SOURD Second Vice-President Secretary Treasurer I-IISTGRV OF TI-IE SENICDR CLASS EAVING the scene of past triumphs and happy associations, we, the class of Nineteen Thirty-seven, close the Final chapter of our high school career. Following is an account of our achievements, to be judged by those whom it may concern. In the midst of the customary misunderstandings, errors, and general confusion, we started on our new life as Sophomores. A class of our calibre, however, could not long remain groping. From our ranks soon rose leaders from whom we chose our class oFFicers in January. Diclc Whitney was elected presidenti Gerry Wisbach, vice-president, Marcelia Rennard, secretary, and Chester Newey, treasurer. Acquaintanceships which ripened into Firm friendships were formed at the annual Sophomore dance, which was a success in every way. Talent was brought to the fore at the Sophomore Prize- Speaking Contest. Natalie Salter and Richard Lovell were the two winners. The last event of the year was the election of Junior class oFlicers. Robert Bishop was our president, Marcelia Rennard, vice-president, Janet Merrill, secretary, and Barclay Feather, treasurer. Our Junior year found us completely accustomed to our environment and taking a prominent part in all school activities despite, in most cases, an increased amount of studies. Many of our members were outstanding in athletics, while two had important roles in the Drama Club play. Robert Nolan, a Junior, carried off the honors in the Junior-Senior Prize-Speaking Contest sponsored by the English Club. The class dance, the Feminine Follies, provided entertainment and enjoyment For a large group. Fourteen SENIOR EXECUTIVE CCDUNCIL l-lE last year, as always, replete with the accompanying festivities, was the best. Our officers for 1936-1937 were Dick Whitney, president, Chester Newey, first vice-president, Gerry Wisbach, second vice-president, Marcelia Rennard, secretary, and Leonard LeSourd, treasurer. Barclay Feather was elected president of the Associates, Chester Newey, boys' vice-president, Barbara Bancroft, girls' vice-president. Two Juniors, Beverly Booth and Ted Duffy, were chosen clerk and treasurer respectively. "Libel," a Broadway success produced for the first time by an amateur group, was given in January by the Senior class. This stirring court-room drama, ably coached by Miss Haworth, fulfilled all ex- pectations. Gordon French, Evelyn Waddell, Leon Lipson, Bernard Ericson, and Robert Nolan were excellent in the leading roles, while the minor players demonstrated dramatic ability as well. ln sports, the various teams acquitted themselves creditably with special praise again due the track team, whose season was almost as successful as that of last year. The Newtonite, under the direction of Richard Lovell, reported all the school news exhaustively, besides exhibiting considerable literary talent. ln the spring the Drama Club presented "Three-Cornered Moon," a comedy with witty dialogue. William Copeland, Jack Perry, Ann Reynolds, a Junior, and Louise Mann excelled in the chief roles, while those in the supporting cast outdid themselves. Senior Night, continued because of its popularity last year, and the Senior Prom brought the social season to a brilliant conclusion. The National l-lonor Society, composed during this year of selected members of our class, carried on its work unobtrusively, but efficiently. To our teachers, who have given us their loyal and considerate co-operation throughout our high school years, we owe a debt of gratitude which can be paid only by fulfillment of their faith in our ability. Thus the history of the eventful era of the Class of Nineteen Thirty-seven is complete. May the succeeding years bring happiness and success to us all. Fifteen HELEN ELIZABETH ABBOTT, 54 Marlboro St., Newton Blondie, Academic, Bigelow, Some h'gher h l, Ch , 4, Gym Meet, 9, To become a dietitian. I sc Oo cms GEORGE WILLIAM ADCOCK, X 50 Pennsylvania Ave., Newton Upper Falls Shrimp, Pee Wee, Limey, Business, Weeks, To be the second l Rip Van Winkle, NANCY S. AGRY, 47 Park St., Newton . Nan, Eggy, Academic l, Bigelow, Colby Jr. College, Chorus, 9, 3, Gym Meet, Q, 3, German Club, 2, 3, Ping-pong, Hockey, 1, Soccer, 1, To have mashed potatoes gzow on trees. WILLIAM JOHN AHERN, JR., 183 Walnut St., Newtonville H'Bul, Academic, Day, To be the last Ahern to go to Newton ig . NOEL JEANETTE ALLEN, 131 Rowe St., Auburndale Chris, Nodie, Certificate, Warren, Alpha Beta, 1, Glee Club, 1, 3, Chorus, 3, Newtonite, Literary Staff, 1, 9, 3, Edi- torial Staff, 3, Tennis, 1, 9, 3, Ping-pong, 1, 2, Track, 2, 3, Tusitala, 2, 3, Outing Club, 3, English Club, 3, Essay and Poetry Contests, 3, To write a better book. ALBERT ALTIERI, 11 Thornton St., Newton Al, Alby, Bert, Business, Bigelow, Bentley's, To become a C. P. A. and keep de grand book for de Lord. BARBARA JANET AMES, 56 Morse Rd., Newtonville Barb, Barbie, Amesy, Nellie, Language, Warren, Wellesley, Gym Meet, Q, 3, Tusitala Club, 3, 4, Soccer, 3, Track, 3, Legis- lature Alternate, 4, French Club, 4, Senior Play, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To ride an aquafplane backwards. JANET ELOISE ANDERSEN, 59 Rockledge Rd., Newton Highlands Neckie, Certificate, Sharon High School, Simmons, National Honor Society 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, Gym Meet, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, Library Club, 4, Tusitala Club, 4, Basketball, Q, 3, Lacrosse, 3, Field Hockey, 3, Track, 9, To give a man a book he can read. l l MARTHA WEBB ANDERSON, 14 Thornton St., Newton Office Training, Bigelow, Archery, 2, 3, Commercial Club, 3, 4, Orange Shield, 4, Fashion Show, 2, Scholarship Roll, 2, 3i To become independent and travel. RAYMOND BURR ANDERSON, JR., 20 Risley Rd., West Newton Ray, Mathematics, Warren, M. l. T., Intermediate Hockey. Sixteen VINCENT W. ANDERSEN, 44 Clarendon St., Newtonville Vinnie, Andy, Blondie, Academic Business, Needham Junior High, Northeastern Ceveningl, Legislature, 4, Orange Shield, 4, Senior Picture Committee, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To become successful in whatever l may undertake. PETER JAMES ANNESE, 56 Hawthorn St., Nonantum P. A. -60-70-80-Pettee, Business, Day, To become a player on the Boston Bees' baseball team. CHARLOTTE G. APPELT, 158 Auburn St., Auburndale Academic, Warren, Boston Conservatory, Neophytes, 2, Drama Club, 3, 4, Drama Club Play, 3, German Club, 3, 4, Basketball, 9, Gym Meet, 1, Q, 3, Legislature, 2, Honor Roll, 1, 3, 4, To never have embarrassing moments. PHYLLIS APPLEYARD, 159 Elgin St., Newton Centre Phyl, Chee-Chee, Language, Weeks, Mass. School of Art Al ha Beta 2 Radio Club En lish Club To be a second, D , 1 i El 1 Schiaparelli. CONCETTA AOUILINO. Q3 Chandler Pl., Newton Upper Falls Connie, Office Training, Weeks, Commercial Club, 4, To become a good stenographer. FLORENCE EVA ARCESE, 56 Central Ave., Newtonville Academic, Day, To take a trip around the world. H. RAY ARNOLD, Q8 Orchard Ave., Waban Language, Warren, Smith, Gym Meet, 2, Property Committee Senior Play, 4, English Club, 4, To see the Kentucky Derby, HELEN C. ARONSON, Q0 Mandalay Rd., Newton Centre Hell, Language, Weeks, Smith, Outside Music, 9, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 9, 4, English Club, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 3, Eojread, and be able to understand Browning Clike Mr. In Cf . BRONCIA MARY ANN AUKSTOLIS, 45 Mechanic St., Newton Upper Falls Bee, Office Training, Weeks, Boston University, Tennis Team, 3, 4, Tennis Tournament, Q, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 9, 3, Com- mercial Club, Q, Field Hockey Squad, 2, 3, Basketball Squad, 2, 3, Scholarship Roll, To be a famous newspaper reporter. GLADYS I. AXELROD, Q14 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill Axey, Language, Roxbury Memorial High, Simmons, Base- ball, Q, Gym Meet, 9, To have my paintings exhibited in the Museum o Fine Arts. Seventeen RALPH BARISANO, 64 Hawthorn St., Nonantum Ray, Cag, Barry, Business, Day, Football, Q, Basketball, 2, Glee Club, 2, To sail a steamboat around Silver Lake. GENEVIEVE JOYCE BARNETT. 120 Forest Ave., West Newton College Certificate, Warren, St. Mary's, Indiana, Neophytes, Q, Drama Club, 3, Social Studies Club, 3, Gym Meet, 9, Honor Roll, 3, To grow and go see snow. Eighteen ir ir WILLIAM H. BAADE, 37 Chapin Rd., Newton Centre Bill, Math, Worcester Classical, M. I. T., To sell life insurance to Eskimos. CHARLES BALDI, 197 Winslow Rd., Newton Highlands Charlie, Language, Somerville High School, To be able to see the Red Sox and Bees in a World Series. CONSTANCE EAMES BALLOU, 495 California St., Newtonville Connie, Language, Framingham High School, Wellesley Col- lege, Library Club, Secretary, 4, French Club, 3, President, 4, Tusitala, 4, Legislature, 4, Drama Board, 4, Orange Shield, 4, Newtonian, 4, Chairman Senior Play Committee, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To spend my Junior year at the Sorbonne. BARBARA HALE BANCROFT, Q4 Loring St., Newton Centre Barb, Language, Weeks, Katherine Gibbs, Class Executive Committee, 2, 4, Legislature, Q, 3, 4, Girls' Vice-President, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4, Gym Meet, 9, 3, Newtonian 3, 4, Circulation Manager, 4, Executive Council, 4, Radio Crab, Q, 3, English Club, 4, Library Club, 3, 4, Orarge Shield, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squa , 4, To do well in all that l undertake. CAROLYN BANKER, 96 Hillside Rd., Newton Highlands Carol, Carrie Cal, Language, Weeks, Wellesley, Knitting Club, 4, Glee Club, 4, To tell Bob Burns about N. H. S. and see if he'd believe it. JACQUELYN LOUELLA BANQUER, 130 Woodcliff Rd., Newton Highlands Jackie, Language, Weeks, University of North Carolina, Drama Club, 3, 4, English Club, 3, Hockey, 3, To be a doctor. ROBERT EUGENE BARBA, 11 Willard St., Newton Bob, Barb, Certificate, Bigelow, Coast Guard Academy, A tall ship and a star to steer her by. RO ERT M. BARBER, 325 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Bob, Math, Waltham, M. l. T., Lunchroom Squad, German Club, Aviation Club, To sell razor blades in Russia. THEODORE ROSS BARNETT, 47 Waban Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill Ted, Language, Weeks, Harvard, Home Room Manager, Q, 3, Legislature Alternate, 4, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, 4, Tusitala Club, 3, 4, Cavalry Club, 4, Treasurer, 4, Varsity Club, 4, Boys' Debating Club, 3, lntermediate Football Manager, 3, Varsity Baseball Manager, 3, Newtonite, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Lunchroom Com- mittee, 4, Senior Play, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, To ascertain the origin and nature of the universe. CATHERINE ANN BARRY, 16 Dalby St., Newton Cookie, Office Trainin , Our Lady's, Burdett's, Gym Meet, 4, Outdoor Concert, 4, Chorus, 4, Tennis, 4, Radio Club, 3, Camera Club, 4, Baseball, 4, To be waiting on the shore "When My Dream Boat Comes Home." DOMENIC LEO BARTOLOMUCCI, 86 Dalby St., Newton Dick, Bart, Dom, Academic, Day, Springfield, Band and Or- chestra, 1, 9, 3, 4, Football, Junior Varsity, 1, Football, Var- sity, 4, Basketball, lntermediates, 3, Lunchroom Squad, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball, 3, 4, Legislature, 1, Home Room Manager, 1, Outdoor Concert, 1, 9, 3, 4, To make Fred Astaire look like an GTTIQLCUY. NANCY LEE BATES, 895 Watertown St., West Newton Batesy, Business, Day, Knitting Club, 4, Senior Play, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, Honor Roll, 9, 3, Archery, 4, To have a good time always. ELEANOR BERNICE BAXTER, 50 Court St., Newtonville El, Academic, Day, Outing Club, Baseball, 2, 3, Soccer, 2, 3, Basketball, Q, 3, 4, Varsity, 4, Volleyball, Q, Field Hockey Manager, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Captain of Class Basketball, 9, To eat, sleep, drink, and be merry for tomorrow I may die. BARBARA ESTELLE JANET BEECHER 1026 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Barbs, Barby, Office Training, Weeks, Honor Roll, 3, Basket- ball, 3, To own a car and discover a freckle remover. MICHAEL BELSANTI, 24 Emerald St., Newton Mike, Mickey, Business, Day, Bentley's, Home Room Manager, 2, 4, Varsity Orchestra, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 4, To reach the heights obtained by Dick Stabile on his saxophone. HELYNE MARIE BENSON, 15 White Oak Rd., Waban Benny, Bebe, College Certificate, Warren, Miss May's and Middlebury, English C ub, 4, Band, Q, Ping-pong, 3, 4, Legis- lature, 4, Aviation Club, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, To design clothes for Saks Fifth Avenue. l JEANNETTE BENYON, 36 Hollis St., Newton Ben, Netty, Academic, Bigelow, Mass. General Hospital, Glee Club, 2, 3, German Club, 4, Gym Meet, 9, Honor Roll, 9, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, To see it rain "Pennies from Heaven." MARION BENYON, 36 Hollis St., Newton Benny, Academic, Bigelow, Hospital Training M. G. H., Glee Club, 9, 3, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4, German Club, 4, Gym Meet, 2, Lunchroom Squad, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To travel around the world. Nineteen ir 'lr 'A' RICHARD ALBERT BENZAQUIN, 76 Prince St., West Newton N Ben, Math, Warren, M. I. T., To keep out from behind the eight ball." JOHN RAYMOND BERRY, JR., 26 Greylock Rd., Newtonville Ray, Math, Santa Monica High School, California, M. I. T., Aviation Club, To be a chemical engineer in a manufacturing plant. JOSEPHINE DOLORES BIANCARDI, 311 Kenrick St., Newton Jo, Job, Academic, Bigelow, Framingham Normal, Neo! phytes, 2, Alpha Beta, 9, Glee Club, 3, Tennis Tournament, 2, Field Hockey, Q, 3, Soccer, Q, 3, Track, 3, Basketball, Q, Ping- pong, 4, To see some one ride our gas range. MILDRED ESTELLA BILLINGE, 33 Prince St., West Newton Millie, Mil, Academic, Day, La Salle Junior, Knitting Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, Girls' Gym Meet, 3, 4, Archery, 4, To be a successful reporter. EDWIN BIRTWELL, 59 Lakewood Rd., Newton Highlands Eddie, Ed, Certificate, Weeks, Boston College. JOHN WRIGHT BISHOP, 96 Morton St., Newton Centre Bish, Certificate, Weeks, Business School, Orange Shield, Legislature, Honor Roll, 3, Junior Varsity Baseball, Senior Dance Committee, To look like myself. ROBERT WRIGHT BISHOP, Q6 Morton St., Newton Centre Bish, Certificate, Weeks, University of Virginia, Class Execu- tive Board, 2, Class President, 3, Orange Shield, 3, Traffic Sguad, 4, Home Room Manager, 4, To be a second Lowell omas. EMMA ADRIANNA BJORNSON, 19 Webster Pl., West Newton Bunnie, Certificate, Warren, Sargent, Neophytes, 9, Out- ing Club, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 9, 3, Home Room Manager, 3, Archery, Q, Field Hockey, Q, 3, 4, Varsity, 3, 4, Class Team Captain, 4, Soccer, Q, 3, Basketball, Q, 3, 4, Class Team, 3, 4, Volleyball, Q, 3, 4, Badminton, 4, Lacrosse, 3, 4, Baseball, Q, 3, 4, Track, 2, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 2, 3, 4, National Honor So- ciety, 4, To return as a gym teacher to Newton High. EILEEN DOROTHY BLACK, 14 Upham St., West Newton Blackie, Office Training, Warren, Commercial Club, 3,-4, Secretary, 4, Field Hockey, 9 3, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Fashion Show, Q, To welcome the clay "when my dream boat comes home." JOHN WILLIAM BLAKENEY, 5 Washburn St., Nonantum Jay, Language, Day, Boston College or Tufts, To become a successful lawyer. Twenty i' i' BARBARA ADAMS BLEILER, 17 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre Barbie, Academic, Weeks, Finishing School, Chorus, To travel. FREDERICK OSBORNE BLISS, 76 Circuit Ave., Newton Highlands Professor, Oscar, Business, Weeks, Lunchroom Squad, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Band, Q, Scholarship Roll, 9, 3, 4, To get what I want. ELIZABETH WASHINGTON BLOUNT, 353 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Betty, Certificate, Ada High School, Ada, Okla., Sweet- briar College, Virginia, Spanish Club. MARTIN BOERMEESTER, 46 Walnut Plc., Newton Bomma, Certificate, Spaulding High School, Annapolis, Honor Roll, 2, 3, Legislature, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, To mow the grass in Scotland Yard. ARLEEN CONSTANCE BOLINGER, 116 Ridge Ave., Newton Centre Arnie, Academic, Weeks, Chandler Secretarial School, Glee Club, Q, German Club, 4, Gym Meet, 3, Home Economics Club, 2, To walk across the room without stubbing my toe, MARY BONADIO, 39 Talbot St., West Newton Tex, Academic, Warren, To design dresses for movie stars. WILLIAM CLETUS BONNER, JR., 1900 Washington St., Auburndale Bill, Academic, Wellesley, To be a capitalist. DOROTHEA EDITH BOOTH, 33 George St., Newton Dot, Booty, Academic, Bigelow, Business School, Glee Club, 9, 3, To swim across the English Channel. ANTHONY BORGHETTI, Q9 Fayette St., Newton Tony, Academic, Bigelow, Boston Practical Art, To tangle, untangle, and master the impossible, ELIZABETH HELEN BOSTON, 15 Winter St., Newton Upper Falls Betty, Office Training, Weeks, Bryant 84 Stratton, Commercial Club, 2, Gym Meet, 9, 3, Fashion Show, SZ, Honor Roll, 9, Basketball, 3, To travel as a private secretary. l Twenty-one 'lr it JOHN JOSEPH BOUDREAU, 28 Silver Lake Ave., Newtonville Alien, Foreigner, Business, Day, Boston University, To be a Floorwalker in a telephone booth. BLANCHE BOYER, 174 Webster St., West Newton Blanchie, Girl, B. B., Office Training, Warren, Fashion Show, 2, Baseball Team, 9, Commercial Club, 3, Knitting Club, 4, To live, love, and experience everything that life has to offer, ELIZABETH BRACKETT, 420 Waltham St., West Newton Betty, Bets, Academic, Warren, Stoneleigh, Honor Roll, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 2, 4, Social Studies Club, Traffic Squad, To go to town with Mr. Ghost. HARRY BOND BRADFORD, JR., 24 Bowdoin St., Newton Highlands HB, Academic, Weeks, Intermediate and Varsity Baseball and Hockey, To make money the easiest way and at the same time keep my hands clean. CHIARINA DOMENICA BRANZETTI, 19 Day St., Auburndale Bran, Office Training, Dedham High, Boston University, Gym Meet, 3, Camera lub, 4, To become a Certified Public Accountant and to be a success in it. MARY CHRISTINE BRANZETTI, 19 Day St. Auburndale Chris, Office Training, Warren, Bryant Xi Stratton, Camera Club, 4, Gym Meet, 4, Outdoor Concert, 4, To be able to take dictation at 120 words a minute. JOAN KATHERINE BRIDEY, 11 Lewis St., Newton Joan, Joanie, Certificate, Weeks, Framingham College, French Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Aviation Club, 3, Outdoor Concert, 4, Gym Meet, 3, Basketball, 9, 3, Hockey, 2, 3, Tennis, 2, 3, 4, Chorus, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4, To see it rain pennies from heaven. ROBERT GOODSELL BRIGGS, 345 Crafts St., Newtonville Bob, Casanova, Academic, Glee Club, 4, Home Room Manager, 9, 3, Aviation Club, 9, 4, President, 4, Senior Play Usher, 4, To have my name in 'Who's Who" as an artist. i MURIEL FARNSWORTH BROWN, 1456 Centre St., Newton Centre Language, Weeks, Wheaton, Glee Club, Q, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, Math Club, 3, French Club, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Second Prize-Poetry Contest, 3, Scholarship Roll, Q, Ping-pong Tournament, 3, To be able to think in French. PAUL RICHARD BROWN, 215 Mill St., Newtonville Brownie, Pebe, Mike, Certificate, Day, Dartmouth, Hockey, 9, 3, 4, Intermediates, 2, Varsity, 3, 4, Acting Captain, 4, Base- ball, 2, 3, 4, Junior Varsity, 9, Intermediates, 3, Varsity Club, 3, 4, To be the world's colossal bore, a dentist. Twenty-two ir 'lr 'A' RUTH MARY BROWN, 83 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Brownie, Peanut, Shrimp, Teeny, Olfice Training, Bigelow, St. Regis, Chorus, 1, 4, Archery, 9, Girls' Gym Meet, 1, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, 3, To put tail lights on Fountain pens when writing night letters. MONICA BRYCE, 983 Melrose St., Auburndale Monnie, Academic, Weston High School, School of Design, To Find a rainbow with a pot of gold at the end, ERNEST RAYMOND BRYSON, 17 Omar Ter., Newtonville Ernie, Certificate, 2, 3, Academic, 4, Day, Pensacola U. S. Naval Air Station, To be broadminded, JEANNE PHILIPPA BUDDING, 1888 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Star, Buddy, Academic, Warren, Stoneleigh, Drum Major, Q, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, Drama Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, French Club, 4, Executive Committee, 4, Senior Play, 4, Candy Committee Drama Club Play, 4, Assistant Home Room Manager, 4, Chorus, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, Q, 3, 4, Class Orchestra, Q, 3, Newtonian, 4, To always be in a dancing mood. ARTHUR LOUIS BULIUNG, 497 Boylston St., Newton Centre Chirpy, Academic, Day, Duke, To be a gentleman, scholar, and athlete. HARRIET LORING BUNKER, 176 Grove St., Auburndale Bunk, Bunkie, Hattie, l'ldDDY, Academic, Warren, Chandler Secretarial, Social Studies Club, 3, Camera Club, 4, French Club, 4, Hockey, 3, Tennis, 2, Gym Meet, 2, Chorus, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 3, To Wah Hoo with the best of the Indians. MARY ELISABETH BURBANK. 60 Dickerman Rd., Newton Highlands Brurry, Maybe, May, Academic, Weeks, Chandler's, Chorus, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 3, English Club, 3, Dramatic Club Workshop, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To stay close to Nature. MARGARET BURKHARD, 1376 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Pe55Yf Language, Weeks, Bates, Secretary of Radio Club, 3, Legislature, 4, Orange Shield, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, English Club, 3, 4, Chorus, 3, 4, Newtonian 4, Senior Play Committee, Outdoor Concert, 3, Gym Meet, 3, Candy Committee for Senior Play, 4, To be better than tops. l BARBARA LOIS BURNHAM, Q18 Cabot St., Newtonville Doody, Blue Eyes, Language, Day, Katherine Gibbs, Glee Club, 9, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2, Gym Meet, Q, Je desire chanterl chanterl l chanterl l l GERTRUDE L. BURNHAM, 61 Lincoln Rd., Wellesley Hills Academic, 12, Wellesley Jr. High, Framingham, Orchestra, Q, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Honor Roll, 3, Chorus, Q, 3, 4, Traffic Squad, 2, Lunchroom Squad, 4, To have a date with "Tom Collins and ride in a "Gin Rickey." Twenty-three i' 'A' ir EUGENE J. CALLAHAN, 'l6 William St., West Newton Red, Gray Duck, Redhead Crazy, Business, Warren, St. John's Prep, Football, Q, 3, 4, To prove that life is sweet as sugar. JAMES EDWARD CALLAHAN, JR., 'I97 Tremont St., Newton Cal, Juvie, Eddie, Certificate, Bigelow, Penn University, To be an undertaker. Twenty-four CLARENCE DELBERT BURNS, 79 Ellis St., Newton Upper Falls Clancy, Academic, Weeks, To be a theatre manager and be successful in any work or business adventure. MARY ELIZABETH BURNS, 133 Eliot Ave., West Newton Betty, Certificate, Warren, Katherine Gibbs, Home Room Manager, 4, Honor Roll, SZ, 4, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Home Room Chairman, 4, To swing with an organ grinder. DOROTHY BEATRICE BURT, 177 Nevada St., Newtonville Dottie, Dot, Certificate, Day, Pembroke, Band, 2, Outdoor Concert, 9, English Club, 3, 4, Girls' Gym Meet, 3, Library Cllilb, 4, Candy Committee for Senior Play, 4, To study as much as auto. JEANNE DORETTA BUSE, 4 Crehore Drive, Newton Lower Falls Language, Warren, Wheaton, Ping-pong Tournament, 3, English Club, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Senior Play, 4, Chorus, 4, Gym Meet, 9, To be game, but not everybody's. HERBERT INGERSOLL BUTTRICK, JR., 'lQ'l Avalon Rd., Waban Herb, Junie, Language, Warren, Harvard, English Club, 4, Newtonite, Varsity Hockey Q, 3, 4, Legislature, 9 3, Home Room Chairman, 2, 3, 4, Golf Team, To play goalie For the U. S. Olympic team. CHADWICK ROBERT BYER, 460 Waverly Ave., Newton Centre Bob, Chad, Lan uage, Weeks, Harvard, Aloha Gamma Tau, 3, 4, Scholarship Boll, 9, Lunchroom Squad, 4, To be better than the best. JOHN ANDREW BYRNE, 4'l7 Centre St., Newton Bullet, Certificate, Bigelow, Boston College, Spanish Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Intermediate Football, 9, Junior Varsity Baseball, Q, Honor Roll, 2, Varsity Baseball, 3, Social Studies Club, Q, Glee Club, 2, Lunchroom Squad, 4, To get a iob in a bakery "loafing." MARY MADELINE BYRNE, Q5 Day St., Auburndale Bernie, Betty, Office Training, Warren, Honor Roll, 9, 3, 4, Drama Club, 4, Orange Book Staff, Baseball, 2, Spring Fashion Show, Q, Gym Meet, 3, Commercial Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, Chorus, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 3, 4, Drama Club Play Candy Committee, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To succeed in life. DOUGLAS MONTAGUE CAMPBELL, 59 Elmwood St., Newton Soupy, Business, Bigelow, Honor Roll, 3, National Honor Society, 4, To make a success of everything l do. ELIZABETH LOUISE CAMPBELL, 99 Jackson Ter., Newton Betty, Soupy, Certificate, Warren, Law School, Soccer, Q, 3, Hockey, Q, 3, Basketball, 9, 3, 4, Class Team, Q, 3, 4, Varsity, 3, Badminton, 9, 3, 4, Legislature, 4, Home Room Manager, 3, Gym Meet, Q, 3, Aviation Club, 3, English Club, 4, Social gtudi5s4Club, 3, Honor Roll, 3, Outing Club, 4, Athletic Oar , . HELEN CAMPBELL, 30 Colbert Rd., West Newton Academic, Seoul Foreign School, Korea, Japan, Beaver Col- lege, Pa., English Club, 3, 4. JOSEPH A. CAMPBELL, JR., 3 Pond Ave., Newton Doc, Business, Bigelow, Wentworth, Home Room Manager, 9, Junior Varsity Baseball, Senior Usher Committee, To be an admiral in the Swiss Navy, ALBERT HERBERT CAPPELLO, 5'l Oak Ave., West Newton Bam, Bamboo, Academic, Warren, To make enough money in aviation so l can buy a new Cord or Auburn. MARIO CAPPELLO, 374 Cherry St., West Newton Rip, Academic, Warren, To travel all over the world as a tramp, and then settle down and make use of my inventive genius as an inventor. ROBERT PAUL CAREY, 109 Staniford St., Auburndale Robbie, Cow, Herman, Business, Warren, Usher Committee, Q, 4, To be a success at anything l attempt. EARLE JOSEPH CARLETON, JR., 76 Highland Ave., Newtonville Joe, Jay, Language, Day, Harvard, Neoohytes, Q, Sopho- more Play, Drama Club, 3, 4, Senior Play, Legislature, 4, Drama Board, 4, Newtonite, 3, 4, Orange Book, 3, Newtonian, 4, Scholarship Roll, 2, 3, 4, Business Chairman Drama Club Play, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To dig up King Tut's mummy. RUTH VIRGINIA CARTER, 65 Harding St., West Newton Ruthie, Rulus, Language, Day, Bates, Soccer, Q, Radio Club, 9, Newtonite, 3, Legislature, 3, Archery, 4, French Club, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 3, Glee Club, 4, To go on a roller coaster and not SCYZHITI. ESTHER DOROTHY CARTIER 319 Elliot st., Newton upper Falls Estie, Red, Language, Weeks, Deaconess School of Nursing, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, 4, To minister unto the sick. Twenty-li ve ANTONIO THOMAS CARUSO, 10 Beecher Pl., Newton Centre Fat, Academic, Weeks, Wentworth, To travel the whole continent of North America and Finally land in Hollywood. PAULINE ANNA CARUSO, 14 Mague Pl., West Newton Polly, Academic, Warren, To be able to bake a cake for the Dresident. RALPH JOSEPH CARUSO, 33 Alden Pl., West Newton Suitcase, Bicky, Business, Warren, Wentworth, Varsity football, 4, To become an A1 machinist and make an A1 ma- chinist s salary. BEATRICE EDNA CASHMAN, Q06 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Bea, Beatie, Bebe, Language, Weeks, Radcliffe, Alpha Beta, 9, Legislature, 2, 3, Business Manager, 3, To be a success in everything which l attempt. CECELIA ELIZABETH CASSIDY, Q5 Varick Rd., Waban Sis, Celia, Office Training, Warren, Burdett, Fashion Show, Q, 3, Chorus, 2, 4, Glee Club, 9, Outdoor Concert, 9, 4, Baseball, 2, To be like a yeast cake and raise dough. CARMELLO PAUL CATALFAMO, 122 La Grange St., Chestnut Hill Gustin, The Parson, Business, Michelangelo School, Boston, Duke University, To become an orchestra leader and travel around the world. MARIE JOAN CAVALLO, 54 Oak Ave., West Newton Mitz, Molly, Office Training, Warren, Boston University, Soccer Team, Q, Field Hockey, Q, Squad Leader, 2, Outdoor Concert, Baseball Team, 9, To accomplish my desires. LOIS CAWLEY, 101 Alban Rd., Waban Lala, Loie, Language, Warren, Smith, Alternate to Legisla- ture, 2, 4, English Club, 4, Gym Meet, Q, Committee for Junior Dance, 3, Archery, 2, Honor Poll, 3, 4, Basketball, 2, Com- mittee for Senior Pictures, To go to town with Mr. Ghost. HARRIET CENTER, 22 Glenwood Ave., Newton Centre Hattie, Pat, Office Training, Weeks, Bryant and Stratton, Alpha Beta, 2, Neophytes, Q, Archery, 3, Soccer, 9, Camera Club, Gym Meet, 2, To find an original ambition in this book. E. LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN, 174 Walnut St., Newtonville Nebul, Certificate, Day, Williams, Alpha Beta, 9, Charter Member Puppeteers, Treasurer, 3, President, 4, Alpha Gamma Tau, Scholarship Roll, English Club, 4, Senior Play, 4, Senior Essay Committee, 4, Home Rocm Manager, 4, Alternate to Legislature, 3, To be the best of what l decide to be. Twenty-six DORIS VIRGINIA CHANDLER, 15 Caroline Pk., Waban Dot, Dorie, Academic, Warren, Stoneleigh, Gym Meet, 2, Fashion Show, Q, To own a sheep ranch. JOHN CHAPIN, 18 Vineyard Rd., Newton Centre Chip, Mathematics, Upper Darby Sr. High, Philadelphia, Pa., Harvard, Bandf 4, Orchestra, 4, Ensemble, 4, Outdoor Concert, 4, Camera Club, To be a little yeast cake and raise the dough. ROBERT LAMB CHARLTON, 63 Islington Rd., Auburndale Bob, Chops, Butch, Academic, Warren, Stage Committee, 2, 3, Newtonian Staff, 3, To be a lifeguard at a wading pool. HUGH INNES CHEYNE, JR., 249 Cypress St., Newton Centre Shorty, Math, Weeks, Northeastern, Basketball, Camera Club, 4, To go through college and into business, possibly in a photography line. Photolithography or photographing in advertising or journalism. KATHLEEN CHILDS, 340 Calilornia St., Newton Kay, Academic, Day, La Salle, Fashion Show, 9, Senior Com, mittee, 4, Senior Costume Committee, 4, Home Economics Club, 4, Chorus, 4, Girls' Gym Meet, 3, To be a successful Home Economics teacher. JOSEPHINE CIANO, 1223 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Jo, Office Training, Weeks, Burdett, Chorus, 1, 9, Com- mercial Club, 3, Outdoor Concert, 1, 3, Fashion Show, 1, To Find enioyment in everything l do. ROSE LUCILLE CIANO, 1223 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Rosie, Office Training, Weeks, Burdett, Chorus, 3, Gym Meet, 2, Squad Captain, 3, Outdoor Concert, 3, 4, Fashion Show, Q, To travel in foreign lands. VICTOR ANTHONY CICCARIELLO, 23A Lincoln St., Newton Highlands Chick, Business, Weeks, Bemis Naval Academy, Junior Varsity Baseball, Q, 3, Junior Varsity Basketball, 9, To sel lipstick to the Ubangi savages. l l l JAMES JOHN CIPRIANO, 71 John St., Newton Centre Jake, Business, Weeks, Bentley or Babson, Junior Varsity Baseball, 9, Junior Varsity Football, 2, Intermediate Football, 3, Intermediate Baseball, 3, To organize one ol the greatest jazz orchestras in the country. MICHAEL ARCANGELO CIVETTI, 44 West St. Nonantum Mike, Bestor, Business, Day, Boston University, To make a Mexican jumping bean skip rope, Twenty-:even 'A' ir JAMES DAVID CLARE, 118 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Dave, Certificate, Day, Wesleyan, Charter Member Pup- Beteers, 9, Secretary, 3, Prize Speaking, Q, Alpha Gamma Tau, 4, rama Club, 4, Senior Picture Committee, 4, To be successful. FRANCIS W. CLARKE, 39 William St., West Newton Clarky, Tiger, Business, Warren, Junior Varsity Football, 3, Varsity Football, 4, To be a lloor walker in a telephone booth, or maybe a G man. MARY BERNEDETTE CLARKE, 32 William St., West Newton Clarkie, Office Training, Warren, Chandler Secretarial, Field Hockey, 2, 3, Soccer, 2, Basketball, 3, Gym Meet, 2, Fashion Sahlow, Q, To settle the leud between Jack Benny and Fred en. SHIRLEY RUTH CLINE, 64 Mandalay Rd., Newton Centre Swuffy, Language, Weeks, Radcliffe, Ping-pong, 9, Tennis, 4, Archery, 4, ym Meet, 4, Outside Music, 9, 3, Outdoor Concert, 3, Varsity Orchestra, 3, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Home Room Manager, 3, Lunch- room Squad, 4, Alpha Beta, 2, English Club, 4, Drama Club Wgrkshop, 4, Chairman Reception Committee, 4, To be abroad at ome. GLADYS ELSIE COFFIN, 480 Parker St., Newton Centre Academic, Weeks, Alpha Beta, 9, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4, Neophytes, 2, Play, 9, Drama Club Play, 3, 4, Senior Play, 4, Ping-pong, 2, Archery, 2, 3, Chorus, 4, Camera Club, 4, Vice- President Drama Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To go there and back and see how far it is. CARL E. COLE, 119 Ouinobequin Rd., Newton Lower Falls Academic, Warren, Northeastern, Glee Club, Q, 3, Social Studies Club, 3, Aviation Club, 3, Home Room Manager, 3 , Legislature, 3, Intermediate Hockey, 3, Varsity Hockey, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To star forthe Bruins. JEAN BALL COLEMAN, 95 Sargent Pk., Newton Academic, Bigelow, Wheelock, National Honor Society, 4, To or anize in America a school of the dance, run by the Unitec?States government, similar to the former Russian Imperial Ballet School. LAWRENCE COLEMAN, 31 Auburn St., West Newton Pop, Business, Warren, Evening Law School, To be a lawyer and politician. To go around the world in leisure time. ALFRED THOMAS COLETTI, 8 Jackson Ter., Newton Slim, Ace, Business, Day, Bemis Naval Academy, Junior Varsity Football, Q, Varsity Basketball, Q, 4, lntermediate Foot- ball, 3, To have a basketball court erected in that part of New- ton known as "the Lake." CHESTER ARTHUR COLLEY, 26 Walter St., Newton Centre Red, Chub, Certificate, Weeks, University ol Maine, Junior Varsity Football, 9, Intermediate Hockey, 3, To be able to do plane geometry correctly. Twenty-eight BARBARA COLLINS, 24 Fairfield St., Newtonville Barbie, Bob, Certificate, Day, William and Mary, Orange Shield, 3, 4, Civics Board, 4, Home Room Manager, 2, 4, Alternate Legislature, Q, 4, Honor Roll, 9, Gym Meet, 3, Candy Committee Drama Club Play, 3, Tennis Tournament, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Library Club, 9, 3, Alpha Beta, Q, To be always awake to another's need. MARJORIE LORRAINE COLLINS, 18 Neal St., Newton Lower Falls Ginger, Academic, Warren, Gym Meet, 9, 3, Tennis Tourna- ment, 3, Soccer, 2, Baseball, 9, 3, Field Hockey, 3, Basket- ball, 9, 3, To be behind the footlights. RICHARD CARTER COLLINS, JR., Q28 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands Stupid, Hip, Mathematics, Weeks, M. l. T., Camera Club, 4, To be able to add activities to my record. VIRGINIA ANN COLLINS, 19 Cottage St., Newton Upper Falls Ginny, OFIice Training, Weeks, Business School, Gym Meet, Q, Baseball, 9, Outdoor Concert, 9, Fashion Show, 9, Commercial Club, 9, To reach to the top without falling. WILLIAM HERBERT CONNELLY, 5 Annapolis Rd., West Newton Bill, Cuz, Office Training, Bulkley High, New London Conn., Gregg College, Assembly Usher, Q, Social Studies Club, 3, 4, Senior Play Cast, 4, To prove Darwin's theory by using '37 class pictures as evidence. EDWARD PHILIP COOK, 16 Rockland St., Newton ' Ed, Lindy, Zookie, Cookie, Business, Bigelow, Pensacola To Hy an aeroplane, upside down, over Waltham, Mass. BARBARA LOVE COOMBS, 939 Harvard Cir., Newtonville Coombsy, Bobbie, Academic, Day, Wilfred Academy, Chorus, 4, Home Economics, 4, To live and learn. EUNICE MARY COPELAND, 49 Austin St., Newtonville Eunice, June, Copie, Academic, Weeks, Wilfred Academy, President of Home Economics Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 2 To live and learn. i i WILLIAM PITBLADE COPELAND, JR., 49 Austin St., Newtonville Bill, Copey, Academic, Weeks, Bishop Lee, Neophytes, 2, Newtonite, Q, Senior Essay Contest, 4, Prize Speaking, Q, 3, Debating Club, 2, Home Room Manager, 9, Scholarship Roll, 2, 3, 4, Legislature 4, Drama Club, 4, English Club, 4, Senior Play, 4, Chairman Bnglish Club Play Committee, 4, Drama Club Play, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To live by learning-to learn by living. CLARENCE CORMIER, 19 West St., Nonantum Doc, Flash, Business, Daw Bemis Naval, Varsity Baseball, 9, 3, Junior Varsity Football, 2, Intermediate Basketball, 2, Varsity Football, 3, To direct traffic on the Sahara Desert. Twenty-nine l NANCY LEACH CROWELL. 45 Brooks Ave., Newtonville Nan, Academic, Warren, Brid ewater State College, Micro- phone Club, 4, English Club, 4,Ello write an outstanding book. DIANA MARY CUMNER, 27 Bow Rd., Newton Centre Di, Dan, Danny: Academic, Weeks, Miss Wheelock, Chorus, 2, 3, Glee Clu , 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, 4, English Club, 3, 4, Microphone Club, 4, Senior Play, 4, Radio Club, 3, To always be a good scout. Thirty ir ir ir OSCAR SALVADOR CORNEJO, 49 Walker St., Newtonville Ozzie, Tick, Certificate, Day, Boston University, Spanish Club, 9, 3, 4, Band, 2, 3, Neophytes, 9. ANN CORTHELL, 143 Walnut St., Newtonville Corthy, Academic, Warren, Gym Meet, Q, 3, Radio Club, Q, Assembly Usher, 2, To make reversible rollerskates for back- ward children. MARK ALMY CORTHELL, JR., 143 Walnut St., Newtonville Mickey, Business, Warren, New York University, Junior Varsity A Basketball, 2, Junior Varsity A Baseball, 9, Varsity Indoor Track, 3, 4, Varsity Outdoor Track, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 3, 4, To run the 600 in 1:16. JOHN FRANCIS COTTER, 169 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Office Training, Weeks, Secretarial College, Social Studies Club, To be a court stenographer. EDITH VIRGINIA COTTON, 79 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Jinny, Certificate, Bigelow, Framingham Normal, Chorus, 2, Outdoor Concert, Q, Honor Roll, 3, 4, National Honor So- ciety, 4, To hear all the great musicians of the world play. RICHARD COUGHLIN, 969 Boylston St., Newton Highlands Richie, Business, Weeks, Intermediate Football, 3, To become a flyer or a good salesman. WILLIAM F. COWELL, 12 Bonwood St., Newtonville Wee Willie, Academic, Warren, Colby, Junior Varsity Foot- ball, 3, Varsity Football, 4, Legislature, To play in the Rose Bowl, and make plays like they do in the movies. ALICE G. COX, 270 Cabot St., Newtonville Georgie, Astrid, Academic, Peabody School, Pittsburih, Pa., Art School, Social Studies Club, 3, 4, Soccer, 3, Basket all, 4, Volleyball 3, French Club, 3, Girls' Cavalry Club, 4, Bad- minton, 3, To be there. GERTRUDE CUNNINGHAM, 18 W. Pine St., Auburndale G. D., Office Training, West High School, Akron, Ohio, Business School, Gym Meet, 3, Fashion Show, Q, To be two successes. OLIVE PATTERSON CUNNINGHAM, 'l46 Allerton Rd., Newton Highlands Pattie, Academic, Weeks, Art School, Ping-pong Tourna- ment, Q, Basketball, 2, English Club, 3, Radio Club, 3, Legisla- ture, 3, 4, Economic Club, 4, Board of Publications, 4, Scholar- ship Roll, 3, 4, Art Editor of Newtonian, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 4, l wish that all my wishes will Come TFUC. LOIS MAY CURRIE, 303 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Lo, La-la, Academic, Warren, Framingham Teachers' College, Neoohytes, 9, Play, 2, Alpha Beta, Q, Ping-pong Tournament, 3, Prize Speaking, 2, 3, 4, Play, 4, Scholarship Roll, Committee, 4, Chorus, 4, love, and learn. EDNA MAY CURRIER Eddie, Certificate, Day, ball, 2, 4, Soccer, 9, 3, B 3, 4, Girls' Assembly, 3, 4, Badminton, 4, Lacrosse, 4, Outing Club, 4, Chorus, 4, Outdoor Concert, 4, Gym Meet, 2, 3, 4, To teach gymnasium work. BEATRICE M. CURTIS, 50 Pettee St., Newton Upper Falls Bebe, Bee, Dimps, Office Training, Weeks, Commercial Club, Q, 3, 4, Treasurer, Astaire. SUSANNA CUSHMAN, 43 Kenwood Ave., Newton Centre Sue, Susy, Language, Weeks, William and Mary, or Art School, Alpha Beta, 2, Radio Club, 3, English Club, 4, Costume Com- mittee of Senior Play, 4, Newtonian Staff, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To become a costume designer. EDITH KATHLEEN DASEY, Daisy, Edie, Certificate, Weeks, Simmons, Alpha Beta, 21 Radio Club, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, Knitting Club, 4, To be a success in my field of endeavor. CHARLOTTE PINGREY Charly, Sandy, Office Training, Bigelow, Chorus, 4, Neo- phytes, 2, Commercial, 3, cert, 2, To sing over the radio with a well-known orchestra. , 'IO Washington Ter., Newtonville Drama Club, 3, 4, Play, 4, Senior Q, 4, En lish Club, 4, Senior Picture NationaF Honor Society, 4, To live, Neophyte Workshop, 2, Class Basket- aseball, 9, Volleyball, 2, 3, Hockey, 3, Chorus, 4, To dance like Fred 344 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands DAVIS, 296 Washington St., Newton Centre 4, Field Hockey, 2, Outdoor Con- i i FREDERICK ,I. DAVIS, 103 Beethoven Ave., Waban Red, Freddy, Fred, Academic, Warren, Boston University, Football, 2, 3, Hockey, SE, Tennis, 3, Home Room Manager, 2, Ping-pong, 3, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3. LEWIS EVERETI' DAY, JR., 23 Sylvan Rd., Waban Daisy, Academic, Warren, Evening School, Aviation Club, 9, Assistant Manager Baseball, 3, Usher Brookline Game, 3, Senifg Picture ommittee, 4, To be a success in the business wor . Thirty-one ir ir 'A' JANE BARBARA DEALY, Q3 Rotherwood Rd., Newton Centre Language, Weeks, Vassar, President Alpha Beta, Q, Neo- phytes, 2, Drama Club, 3, 4, English Club, 3, 4, President, 4, Play, 3, Editor-in-chief of Newtonian, 4, Newtonite, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Legisla- ture, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Orange Shield, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 3, Board of Social Affairs, 4, Publications Board, 4, Home Room Manager, Q, To write a Pulitzer prize winner. MYRTLE DECKER, 403 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Myrt, Academic, Weeks, Perry, Chorus, To teach kinder- garten and to go to Hawaii. RAY HENRY DECKER, 403 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Academic, Weeks. VICTOR JOHN D'ERCOLE, 58 Maplewood Ave., Newton Centre Vito, Academic, Weeks, To follow the art of trade as well as business, ANITA JOAN DE MICHELE, 'I6 Sullivan Ave., Newton Upper Falls Nee, Nita, Office Training, Weeks, Chorus, Q, 4, To be able to goto Hawaii. ADOLPHE RICHARD DE SANTIS, 164 Pearl St., Newton Biddy, De, Business, Day, Boston University, Intermediate Football, 9, Intermediate Basketball, 2, Varsity Basketball, 3. GEORGE ALBERT DE SANTIS, 57 Faxon St., Nonantum Business, Day, To be in the telephone business. ANNE DE SAULNIERS,1S2 Fairfield St., Newtonville Frenchie, Academic, North Easton, Mass., Sargent, Outing Club, 4, Basketball, 4, Hockey, 4, Track, 3, 4, Baseball, 3, 4, Badminton 4, Soccer, 4, Volleyball, 4, Gym Meet, 4, ELIZABETH ELAINE DEVLIN, 309 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Elise, Dev, De De, Office Training, Weeks, Chandler's, Chorus, 4, Field Hockey, 2, Commercial Club, 3, To circle the globe, and to be successful in the business world. GERTRUDE OCTAVIA DEVLIN, 309 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Devi, Business Academic, Weeks, Chandler Business School, Gym Meet, 3, Outdoor Concert, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, 3, Chorus, 3, 4, To be successful in whateverl under- ta ke. Thirty-two Lacross, 4, Girls' Assembly, 4, To be a gym teacher. It MARJORIE HOPE DIETZ, 20 Burr Rd., Newton Centre Makgie, Midge, Language, Weeks, University of Michigan, Glee lub, 9, Alpha Beta, 2, English Club, 4, To spend time and travel in Shanghai. RICHARD BROOKS DIETZ, 46 Bishopsgate Rd., Newton Centre Dick, Dickie, Brooksie, Language, Weeks, Yale, Senior Play, 4, ELDA MARY DIGIUNI, Q6 .lasset St., Newton El, Academic, Day, Boston University, Radio Club, Q, Out- ing Club, 4, Basketball, Q, 3, 4, Volleyball, 9, Soccer 2, Hockey, 4, Badminton, 3, 4, Lacrosse, 4, Girls' Gym Meet, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 4, Chorus, 4, To find out where the sock goes when the hole comes. ELEANOR A. DIVASTA, 27 Eliot St., Newton Highlands Duchess, El, Office Training, Weeks, Business College, Camera Club, Q, Chorus, Q, Outdoor Concert, Q, To get a good job and hold it. GARDINER M. DODGE, 16 Hazelhurst Ave., West Newton Plug, Murry, Academic, Day, Northeastern Night School, Football, Q, Basketball, 1, To become a successful business man, and own a hunting lodge. FRANCES DOEHLER, S26 Lombard St., Newton Language, Bigelow, Smith College, Alpha Beta, 2, English Club, 3, 4, Chainnan of Costume Committee, 4, Tennis Touma- ment, 4, Scholarship Roll, 4, National Honor Society, 4, Never to find the pot of gold at the end ofthe rainbow. CHARLES EDWARD DOLAN, 52 Whittemore Rd., Newton Professor Ginsberg, Certificate, Bigelow, Boston University, Alpha Beta, Q, Home Room Manager, 9, 3, 4, Legslature Alternate, 4, Football, 2, Indoor Track, Q, 3, 4, utdoor Track, Q, 3, 4, MARY ELIZABETH DOLIBER, Q24 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands Academic, Warren, To defy fate, and have a good time. EDWARD GERALD DONOVAN, 60 Kenneth St., Newton Highlands Eddie, Dunnie, Lemke, Business, Weeks, To sow my seeds of peace and good fellowship throughout a troubled world. FRANCIS CHRISTOPHER DONOVAN, 87 Washington St., Newton Chris, Christy, Language, Bigelow, Yale, English Club, 3, 4, Legislature, 3, 4, Executive Committee, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 9, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Newtonian, Histories Editor, Senior Play Committee, 4, Essay Contest Committee, 3, To have always a sense of humor. Thirty-three 'A' . MARGARET DOUCETTE, Q1 Francis St., Newton Highlands Ducy, Miggie, Office Training, Weeks, Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Squad, 4, Soccer, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 9, Class Team, 3, 4, Ping-pong, 3, Volleyball, 9, Badminton, Q, Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Track, 9, Lacrosse, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 3, 4, Outing Club, 3, 4, Commercial Club, Q, Chorus, 3, Outdoor Concert, 3, Honor Roll, Q, 3, To live to see the Parker House roll. MARJORIE M. DOW, 41 Everett St., Newton Centre Marge, Midge, Rowdy, Academic, Weeks, Lasell Jr. College, Varsity Band, 9, Orchestra, Q, 3, Glee Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, English Club, 4, Honor Roll, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, 4, To cultivate a sense ol humor. M. LOUISE DOYLE, '19 Pennsylvania Ave., Newton Upper Falls Office Training, Needham High School, To live to see the twenty-First century. MARY B. DOYLE, 44 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Kicky, Doilie, Office Training, Weeks, Chorus, 3, Outdoor Concert, 3, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4, Outing Club, 3, 4, Presi- dent, 4, Soccer, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Hockey, Q, 3, 4, Captain, 3, Volleyball, Q, 3, 4, Ping-pong, 9, 3, Badminton, 9, 3, 4, Class Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 9, Varsity Basketball, 52, 3, Cap- tain, 3, Track, 9, 3, 4, Lacrosse, 3, 4, Baseball, Q, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 2, 3, 4, Newtonian, 4, National Honor Society, 4. ALAN WILLIAM DREW, 9 Saxon Rd., Newton Highlands Al, Language, Weeks, Harvard or William and Mary, Alpha Beta, Q, Baseball Manager, Q, Alternate Legislature, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Boys' Debating Club, 4, To see a good cartoon by Art Stanwood. ALICE NEWTON DRURY, 14 Winchester Rd., Newton Al, Language, Day, Barnard, French Club, 9, 3, President, 3, Outing Club, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Vice-President, 4, Basketball, 9, 3, Class Team, Q, Soccer, Q, 3, Lacrosse, Q, 3, 4, Legislature, 4, Executive Council, 4, Home Room Manager, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 3, 4, Senior Play Business Committee, 4, Newtonian, 4, Athletic Board, Chair- man, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, To be happily successful in college. CORNELIUS DUGGAN, 933 Highland Ave., West Newton Monk, Connie, Neil, Academic, Warren, Business School, Assistant Home Room Manager, 9, Track Manager, 9, To be able to talk with the horses. ROBERT JOSEPH DUNNE, 167 Pearl St., Newton Bob, Duckel, Academic, Bigelow, Boston University, Honor Roll, 4, To tour the country studying the slum situation. DONALD EDWARD DUPEE, 8 Holly Rd, Waban Dupe, Mathematics, Warren, M. l. T., Assistant Home Room Manager, 2, Indoor Track, 4, To wear the Kentucky Derby. THOMAS CHESTER DUTTON, 'I44 Hancock St., Auburndale Tom, Certificate, North China American School, Tungchow Hopei, China, Oberlin, To be a successful singer or foreign diplomat. Thirty-four BARBARA BRISTOL DWIGHT, 18 Vernon St., Newton Barbie, Dwightsie, Certificate, Bigelow, Simmons, Alpha Beta, Q, Hockey, 2, Tennis Tournament, 2, Gym Meet, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 3, 4, English Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Publicity Committee of Prize Speaking, 4, Basketball, 4. JANE ANN EAGAN, 6 Putnam St., West Newton Janie, Office Training, Warren, Burdett, Fashion Show, 2, Scholarship Roll, 3, Commercial Club, 3, 4, Clark of Com- mercial Club, 4, To become the world's champion typist. MARGERY ELLEN EATON, 215A Albemarle Rd., West Newton Marge, Certificate, Day, Katherine Gibbs, Gym Meet, 2, Puppet Club, Q, Knitting Club, 4, Ping-pong Tournament, 9, Archery, 9. FLORA ELLEN EDWARDS, 'I1 Eddy St., West Newton Flodie, Flo, Academic, Lexington High, Perry Kindergarten School, Glee Club, 3, 4, To have a wardrobe full of home-knit clothes. ROBERT LAUGHLIN EDWARDS, 8 Devon Ter., Newton Centre Bob, Eddie, Certificate, Weeks, Bowdoin, Newtonite, Q, 3, 4, To be able to teach history like Mr. Holmes, DOROTHE MADELYN ELFMAN, 116 College Rd., Chestnut Hill Dot, Dottie, Dodo, Certificate, Weeks, Leland Powers, Alpha Beta, Q, Spanish Club, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 4, To live the story of my charm bracelet. LENORE MADELINE ELWYN, 78 Floral St., Newton Highlands Beanie, Lee Len, Academic, Weeks, Study Dancing in New York, Girls' Gym Meet, Q, Honor Roll, 2, Glee Club, 9, To become Pavlova the second. 4 ' ELIZABETH EMERSON, Q4 Leonard Ave., Newtonville Betty, Emmie, Academic, Day, Forsythe, Gym Meet, 9, 3, Basketball, 2, Tennis, 2, 3, Knitting Club, 4, Chorus, 9, 3, Prize-Speaking Contest, 9, Track, 2, Outdoor Concert, 3, 4, To sing with Benny Goodman in Little Harlem. HARRIET BATES EMERSON, 24 Leonard Ave., Newtonville Hattie, Academic, Day, Alternate to Legislature, 4, Honor Roll, 9, 3, 4, Archery, Q, 3, Basketball, Q, Soccer, 9, German Club, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Gym Meet, 9. PHILIP NOLAN ENEGESS, 942 Watertown St., West Newton Stub, Certificate, Warren, Annapolis, Football, 3, 4, Var- sity, 4, To be admiral ofthe Fleet. Thirty-five MAVIS ERATH, Q9 Boylston Rd., Newton Highlands Office Training, Weeks, Chandler's, Girls' Gym Meet, 3, Drama Club Workshop, 3, Hostess Aviation Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Archery, 4, To be able to ride a horse and not get stiff. BERNARD EVERETT ERICSON, 56 Eliot Ave., West Newton Eric, Bunny, Barney, Mathematics, Day, M. I. T., Legislature, 2, Radio Club, Vice-President, 2, President, 3, Microphone, Treasurer, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Debating Club, 4, Prize Speaking, 2, Home Room Manager, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Cheer Leader, 4, Newtonian, Sports Editor, 4, Senior Play, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Honor Roll, To be able to feel that humanity and myself have both benefited by my existence. RUTH JEAN ERRET, 1730 Walnut St., Newtonville Ruie, Ruthie, Certificate, lDay, Bates, Alternate Member of Legislature, 9, Gym Meet, lt s a secret. FREDERICK S. ESTY, 927 Dedham St., Newton Centre Fred, Academic, Weeks, Northeastern, To get a job. LELAND SOULE EVANS, 54 Gay St., Newtonville Lee, Language, Day, Bowdoin, Junior Varsity Football, 2, Intermediate Football, 4, lndoor Track, 5, To sever all connec- tions with dear ol' Newton High. HENRY JOSEPH FAGAN, JR., 833 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Hank, Language, Weeks, Holy Cross, Home Room Manag-er, Q, Band, 9, Outdoor Concert, SZ, Social Studies Club, 4, egis- lature, 4, Usher, Senior Play, 4, Newtonian Business Staff, 4, To be well liked by my associates. MARILYN LUCIA FAIRFAX, 36 Eliot Ave., West Newton Kitty, Office Training, Day, Radio Club, 2, Lunchroom Squad, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Knitting Club, 4, To have fifty knitted dresses. RUTH ELIZABETH FAIRWEATHER, 2344 Washington St., Newton Lower Falls Ruthie, Duchess, Certificate, Warren, Boston University, Alpha Beta, Q, Soccer, 2, 3, Newtonite, Q, 3, 4, English Club, 3, 4, Girls' Gym Meet, Q, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Home Room Manager, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To live up to the high standard set by my older sister. JOSEPH FARNESE, 462 Watertown St., Newtonville Joe, Business, Day, Boston University, To travel to all parts of the United States, and the world. MARJORIE LOUISE FARRELL, 15 Lincoln Pl., West Newton Margie, Academic, Warren, Lesley School, Social Studies Cuub, 3, Archery, To Find out how much the light brigade c arge . Thirty-six 'A' ir ir BARCLAY FEATHER, 63 Gammons Rd., Waban Barc, Language, Warren, Harvard, Scholarship Roll, 9, Legis- lature, 9, 3, Junior Varsity Football, 3, Treasurer of Class, 3, Cheer Leader, 4, Orange Shield, 3, 4, Newtonian, 4, New- tonite, 4, Senior Play Committee, 4, President of Associates, 4, Assistant Home Room Manager, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To win the Old Gold contest. ANNA MARY FEDERICO, 85 Florence St., Chestnut Hill Ann, Annie, Office Training, Weeks, Fashion Show, Q, Chorus, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 3, To be a successful business WOMEN. ALICE GERTRUDE FEELEY, 9 Capital St., Newton AI, Auntie, Office Practice, Day, Chorus, 4, Commercial Club, 4, To be Mr, Foster's successor. GERTRUDE ALICE FEELEY, 14 School St., Newton Gert, Gertie, Olfice Training, West Junior High, Watertown, Cgmmercial Club, 4, Chorus, 4, Fashion Show, Q, To rescue a I CSGVCY. ELISABETH DERRY FERGUSON, 49 Prairie Ave., Auburndale Bets, Fergie, Academic, Warren, Miriam Winslow School of the Dance, Gym Meet, 'l, 2, Ping-pong Tournament, 'l, Q, Prize- Speaking Contest, 2, Legislature, Drama Club, 3, Newtonian Proof Editor, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To learn to let come what may-and like it. ANTHONY FERRERI, 38 John St., Newton Centre Business, Weeks, Wentworth, Junior Varsity Basketball, 3, To go out into the business world and enjoy myself in a news- paper office. HERBERT V. FIELD, JR., Q0 Maple Ave., Newton Herb, Certificate, Somerville High School, Amherst, To get a job that will yield a good living. RAYMOND EUGENE FINNEGAN, JR., 40 Myrtle St., West Newton Ray, Finn, Certificate, Warren, Boston College and Harvard Medical, Prize-Speaking Contest, Q, Senior Play, 4, To do. MARGARET LOUISE FISH, 158 Harvard St., Newtonville Peg, Peggy, Certificate, Day, Simmons, Band, 9, 3, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, To feel calm and collected in a taxi in New York City. JANET KENDALL FISHER, Q63 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands Jackie, Jan, Language, Weeks, Wellesley, Radio Club, 3, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Gym Meet, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 2, National Honor Society, 4, To know how much the light brigade charged. Thirty-seven ir ir 'A' SETH FITCHET, JR., 992 Beacon St., Newton Centre Certificate, Weeks, Dartmouth, Football, Junior Varsity, Q, Varsity, 3, 4, Basketball, Intermediate, SZ, Hockey, Intermediate, 3, Indoor Track, 4, Newtonite, 9, Legislature, 4, Lunchroom Squad 4, Boys' Athletic Board, 4, Executive Council, 4, Senior Play 'Uslpaln Varsity Club, 4, To write up Bill Kelly in "Wear- ingt e ." I CLAIRE THERESE FITZGERALD, 79 Maplewood Ave., Newton Centre Fitzie, Fitz, Office Training, West Junior High, Watertown, Lasell Junior College, Soccer, 9, 3, Commercial Club, 3, Avia- tion Club, 4, Gym Meet, 9, 3, Fashion Show, Q, To see My Dream Boat Come Home." JOHN WILLIAM FITZGERALD, 19 North St., Newton Mayor, Fitzy, Business, St. Mary's, Varsity Hockey, Q, 3, 4, Junior Varsity Baseball, Q, 3, To outpoint Smitty in 3 rounds. MARGARET ANNE FITZGERALD, 151 Pearl St., Newton Peggy, Academic, Bigelow, Sargent and Boston School of Occupational Therapy, Field Hockey, 2, Soccer, 2, Basket- ball, 2, Tennis, 2, 3, 4, Ping-pong, 2, 4, Puppeteers, 9, 3, 4, Archery, 4, Camera Club, 3, Commercial Club, 4, Glee Club, 3, Chorus, 4, To become an Occupational Therapist. ROBERT GROVER FITZGERALD, 174 Temple St., West Newton Bob, Fitzy, Certificate, Warren, Boston University, To replace Jimmie Foxx. THOMAS FRANCIS FLEMING, 34 School St., Newton Business, Bigelow, Glee Club, 4, Cavalry Club, 4, Lunch- room Squad, To be a good journalist. JEAN ILIONE FLETCHER, 225 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Jif, Certihcate, Weeks, Katherine Gibbs, Library Club, 3, Math Club, 3, Alternate to Legislature, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Spanish Club, 4, Gym Meet, Q, 4, Scholarship Roll, 2, If I told you you'd know. RODMAN FORREST FLINCHBAUGH, 46 Rockland Pl., Newton Upper Falls Flinchy, Rod, Mathematics, Weeks, M. I. T., Aviation Club, 9, Assistant Manager Baseball, Math Club, 4, Usher at Senior Play, Alternate to Legislature, Honor Roll, 2, National Honor Society, 4, To weigh 175 pounds and stroke the crew at M. I. T. i DOROTHEA LORRAINE FLINN, 34 Fordham Rd., West Newton Dottie, Dot, OFfice Training, Day, Katherine Gibbs, Aviation Club Reporter, 4, En Iish Club, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Knitting Club, 4, FasTiion Show, 9, Chorus, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 3, 4, Archery, 4, Tennis, 4, Scholarship Roll, To be a success in the business world. BERTRAM ABEL FLOWER, 38 Wessex Rd., Newton Centre Bert, Bertie, Certificate, Weeks, Harvard, Spanish Club, To go Fishing all day, right now. Thirty-eight 'A' 'A' ir JAMES FOLEY, 749 Washington St., Newtonville Business, Day, Junior Varsity Football, 3, To see the United States from under a freight train. MARY ELIZABETH FOLEY, 361 Woodward St., Waban Betty, Language, Warren, Colby Junior College, Neoohytes, 2, Aloha Beta, 2, English Club, 4, Tennis, To drive through all the red lights in New York City and not in an ambulance. PAUL HENCKLES FORTE, 203 Windsor Rd., Waban Bud, Ace, Certificate, Warren, Andover, Dartmouth, Orange Shield, 3, Varsity Club, 3, 4, Varsity Football, 3, 4, Indoor Track, 3, 4, Outdoor Track, 3, 4, To inherit money. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS FOSS, IR., 337 Central St., Aubumdale Fred, Certificate, Warren, Dartmouth, Aviation Club, 4, Junior Varsity Football, Varsity Football, 4, To be a trans- oceanic transport pilot. PAUL IVES FOWLER, 171 Highland Ave., Newtonville Pif, Certificate, Norwood High School, Dartmouth, Math Club, 4, Newtonian, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To sleep through math. HELENA RITA FRAZIER, 46 Dalby St., Newton Eleanor, Academic, Day, To sing like Martha Raye and amuse my friends. CLARE FRANCES FREEBURN, 22 Morseland Ave., Newton Centre Academic, Weeks, Mt, St. Mary's, Outdoor Concert 2, Home Economics Club, 3, 4, Legislature, 3, Drama Club Work- shop, 4, Chorus, Q, lt's "Gone with the Wind." GORDON NICHOLS FRENCH, 240 Greenwood St., Newton Centre Gordie, Gor, Language, Weeks, Yale, Radio Club, Q, Avia- tion Club, 3, Drama Club, 4, Tennis Manager, Q, 3, Motion Picture Squad, 3, Senior Play, 4, Stage Committee, 4, Usher Drama Club Play, 4, To psycho-analyse Mr. Rinker. GARRET BRODHEAD FULLER, 33 Fountain St., West Newton Gary, Brush Man, Mathematics, Warren, M, l. T., Stage Committee, 3, Baseball, 3, Usher Senior Play, 4, To ride the bricks at Indianapolis. CHARLES HALL FURNEAUX, 23 Waverley Ave., Newton Charlie, Slack, Business, Bigelow, Business College, Honor Roll, 3, 4, Orange Shield, National Honor Society, 4, To have a name in banking that will make J. P. Morgan look like a piker. Thirty-nine ir 'A' EDWARD GILBERT, 4 Colonial Ave., Newtonville Eddie Academic, Saugus High School, Northeastern, To be a lawyeil. MURIEL HARRIET GINSBERG 53 Eellsmere Rd., Newton Centre Language- Dorchester High School, Social Studies Club, 4, Camera Club, 4. Forty ir ir ARTHUR JOSEPH GALLANT, 68 Warwick Rd., West Newton Joe, Rosy, Business, Day, lndoor Track, 4, Outdoor Track, 4, Aviation Club, 3, 4, To run a mile in 4 minutes or better. CATHERINE MARY GALLANT, 7 Fayette Pl., Newton Katy, Office Training, Bigelow, Fashion Show, Q, Commer- cial Club, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Soccer, 9, Basketball, 3, Chorus, 9, 4, Outdoor Concert, Q, 4, Gym Meet, 3, Baseball, 4, To be a success in the business world. RITA JOANNE GATELY, 70 Allison St., Newton Peanut, Shrimp, Re, Academic, Day, To become a second Eleanor Powell. ALMA LAWSON GATES, 239 Melrose St., Auburndale Al, Myrt, Gatesy, Academic, Warren, Framingham' Normal, Senior Play, 4, To write songs that surpass Cole Porter s. THERESA LOUISE GENOVA, 20 Webster Pl., West Newton Terry, Tree, Blackie, Office Training, Warren, Business Col- lege, Commercial Club, 3, 4, Camera Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, Knitting Club, 4, Fashion Show, 9, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4, Chorus, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 3, 4, To do the right thing at the right time. NICHOLAS GENTILE, 33 Chandler St., Nonantum Nicky, Jitney-Bus, Business, Day, To surprise the English teacher. PERRY HOMER GENTZEL, JR., 98 Jefferson St., Newton Dutch, Certificate, Bigelow, Penn State, German Club, Q, 3, Band, Q, 3, Football, Captain Junior Varsity, 3, Class Orches- tra, 2, To get through college and make a million. RUTH CATHERINE GILLEN, 62 Wildwood Ave., Newtonville Ru, Babe, Rufus, Ruthie, OFfice Training, Day, Katherine Gibbs, Field Hockey, 9, Soccer, Q, 3, 4, Basketball, Q, Tennis, Q, Ping-pong, Q, Gym Meet, 2, 3, To become Frances Langford's successor. FRANCIS GIORDANO, Q9 Auburndale Ave., West Newton Frankie, Business, Warren, To be a second Fred Astaire. JOHN PAUL GLYNN, 1451 Beacon St., Waban J. P., Mic, Johnny, Mathematics, Warren, Harvard, Alpha Gamma Tau, 4, Football, 3, Intermediate Hockey, 3, Indoor Track, 4, Outdoor Track, 3, 4, To see "Red" drive through Fuller Street. THOMAS PAUL GODINO, 64 Allen Ave., Waban T., Tom, Pat, Hideous, Prof., Certificate, Warren, North- eastern Engineering, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, 4, Band, Q, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, 4, To play a saxophone like Rudy Vallee and lead a famous swing band, CHARLES ARTHUR GOLAY, 'IO Ossipee Rd., Newton Upper Falls Charlie, Office Training, Weeks, Aviation Club, 3, Assistant Indoor Track Manager, 3, Assistant Outdoor Track Manager, Q, To play the Boston Record. DOROTHY LENORE GOLDSTEIN, 69 Fellsmere Rd., Newton Centre Dottie, Dodo, Language, Weeks, Wellesley or Smith, Alpha Beta, 2, English Club, 4, Prize-Speaking Committee, Chairman Publicity Committee, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Home Room Manager, Q, 4, Gym Meet, Q, Senior Play Business Committee, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Scholar- ship Roll, 9, 3, 4, Newtonian Stall, 4, To make all friends, no enemies. HELEN GERTRUDE GOODALE, 109 Boyd St., Newton Cuban, Goody, Office Training, Bigelow, Field Hockey, Q, 3, 4, Varsity, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Class Teams, Varsity Squad, 3, Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Soccer, 2, 3, 4, Track, Q, 3, 4, Lacrosse, 3, 4, Volleyball, Q, 3, Badminton, 9, 3, 4, Pingspong, 2, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 2, 3, 4, Outing Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, To win an argument with M. D. and to beat M. H. in a swimming race. EDWIN BAKER GOODALL, JR., 188 Homer St., Newton Centre Pete, Language, Weeks, Harvard, Legislature, 3, 4, Math Club President, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4, National Honor So- ciety, 4, To know myself. ELIZABETH MARGARET GOODBAND, 411 Dedham St., Newton Centre Betty, Office Training, Weeks, Commercial Club, 3, Drama Club Workshop, 3, Gym Meet, Q, 3, Knitting Club, 4, To own a stable of race horses and travel with them. RUTH GOODE, 139 Hancock St., Auburndale Pat, Academic, Warren, Black Mountain, German Club, 9 4, Outing Club, 2, Hockey, 9, Social Studies Club, 3, Gym Meet, Q, 3, Chorus, 4, To establish individuality and originality wherever possible. ALLEN LEONARD GORDON, 449 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Brookline, Al, Buddy, Language, Brookline High School, Dartmouth, Band, 3, 4, Orchestra, 4, Assistant Business Mana- ger Orange Book, 3, Newtonite 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 3, 4, Spanish Club, 3, President, 4, Vice-President Cavalry Club, 4, Traffic Squad, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To get into Dartmouth and stay in. Forty-one AUDREY ELAINE GORDON, 100 Woodchester Drive, Chestnut Hill Aud, Little Audrey, Academic, Carter Junior High School, Longy School of Music, Drama Club, 4, English Club, 4, Glee Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, 4, Gym Meet, Q, 4, Archery, 4, Outdoor Concert, 4, To conquer my Waterloo. EDITH CAROLYN GORDON, 19 Cloelia Ter., Newtonville Edie, Academic, Warnen, Vesper George Art, Gym Meet, 2, To design Simone Simon s clothes. CARMELA GORGONE, 70 Smith Ave., West Newton Lena, Academic, Warren, Chorus, Q, Fashion Show, 2, Out- door Concert, 9, Honor Roll, To do something great some day. FRANCES GORGONE, 6 Gannon Ct., West Newton Fran, Academic, Warren, Fashion Show, 2, To become a kindergarten teacher. MARY MARGARET GORGONE, 70 Smith Ave., West Newton Ginger, Academic, Warren, Basketball, Q, 3, GYm Meet, 2, 3, Honor Roll, 3, To ride through life with cupid. JOHN BENJAMIN GORST, 39 Wesley St., Newton Hez, Professor, Language, Bigelow, Harvard, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Beta, 2, To be a doctor and unscrew the inscrutable. ANDREW FRANCIS GOULD, 50 Carleton St., Newton Bubsie, Andy, Business, Sabsian High, New Rochelle, N. Y., Diesel Engine School, Home Room Manager, 1, 4, Glee Club, 4, Senior Play Usher, 4, To circle the Boston Globe. NANCY ELLEN GRAHAM, BO Elm St., West Newton Dusty, Academic, Weeks, Basketball, 9, Camera Club, 4, To own and lead an orchestra. GERALDINE GRAVES, B91 Beacon St., Newton Centre Gerry, Academic, Weeks, Bishop Lee, English Club, 4, Gym Meet, 4, Drama Club, 4, Chorus, 4, Alternate to Legislature, 4, Outdoor Concert, 4, Ping-pong, 4, Newtonian Staff, 4, To get what l want and keep it. ELLIOT HENRY GRAY, 1640 Centre St., Newton Highlands Ell, Academic, Weeks, Roosevelt Aviation School, To be- come the best ofthe best master mechanics in aeronautics. F orty-two ir ir GLADYS GLORIA GREENBAUM, 57 Gralynn Rd., Newton Centre Gigi, Guladys, OFlice Training, Weeks, Colby Jr. College, Alpha Beta, Q, Commercial Club, 9, Soccer, Q, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Ping-pong Tournament, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club, 4, En lish Club, 4, Newtonite Stall, 4, Archery, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Senior Play, 4, Senior Play Business Committee, 4, Honor Roll, 9, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Orange Shield, 4, To think before l speak. ELMER FOLSOM GREENLEAF 60 l-lalcyon Rd., Newton Centre Mathematics, Weeks, M. l. T., Scholarship Roll, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, 4, Camera Club, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Legislature Alternate, 4, New- tonian, 4, To be a capitalist. DAVID GREER, JR., 109 Brackett Rd., Newton Language, Bigelow, Bowdoin, Junior Assistant Manager Football, 3, Junior Assistant Manager Baseball, 2, To be a awyer. WINIFRED GREGORY, 4 Glznmore Ter., Newton Highlands Winnie, Wynne, Freddie, Certificate, Weeks, School of De- sign or Junior College, Soccer, 3, Chorus, 3, Outdoor Con- cert, 3, English Club, 3, To be a bachelor girl. CLARA GERTRUDE GRIFFIN, 'l3 Tarleton Pd., Newton Centre Academic, Day, Finishing School, Alpha Beta, 2, Home Economics Club, 4, Knitting Club, 4, To have a bed ol roses without thorns. KENNETH PAUL GRINNELL, 65 Parker St., Newton Centre Ken, Kenny, Mathematics, Warren, University ol Maine, Band, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Orchestra, 2, 3, 4, Class Orchestra, 2, Glee Club, Q, 3, Microphone Club, 4, Alpha Gamma Tau, 4, To go into the woods and make the trees growl HOWARD JOLIVETTE GROSS, 197 Mt. Vernon St., West Newton Howie, Mathematics, Weeks, M. l. T., Scholarship Roll, Q, 4, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, 4, Varsity Club, 3, 4, Football, 9, 3, 4, Junifgr Varsity, 2, Varsity, 3, 4, To be a success in the technical wor . STANLEY GRUBER, 38 Whittemore St., Newton Stan, Grube, Language, Bigelow, Colby, Junior Varsity Football, 2, Varsity, 3, 4, Second Varsity Basketball, Q, Varsity, 3, 4, Intermediate Baseball, 2, Varsity, 3, 4, Varsity Club, 3, 4, Vice-President Spanish Club, To play football in the Pose Bowl, basketball in Madison Square Garden, and base- ball inthe Polo Grounds. l e CATHERINE GUILFORD, 94 Brookdale Rd., Newtonville Kaye, Academic, Day,-Business College, Puppeteers Club, 2, To ride in a gin rickey. OLIVE JANET GUILFORD, 23 Omar Ter., Newtonville Ollie, Jill, Certificate, Day, Miss Wheelock's, Band, Q, Girls Gym Meet, 2, Traffic Squad, 2, Assembly Usher, Lunch- room Squad, 2, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, Assistant Home Room Manager, 4, Lacrosse, 3, 4, Knitting Club, 4, To be able to television from a dream. F orty-three 'A' 'Ar 'A' LOUISE GIFFORD HADDEN, 6 Billings Pk., Newton Language, Bigelow, Mount Holyoke, Glee Club, 2, Outdoor Concert, 9, Alpha Beta, Q, Hockey, Q, English Club, 3, 4, Camera Club, 4, Usher Prize Speaking, 3, Chairman Ticket Committee for English Club Play, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To stowaway on an ocean liner and see the world. GERALDINE MARIE HALL, 30 Upham St,, West Newton Jerry, Office Training, Warren, To make others see my point of view as well as their own, PRISCILLA ALDEN HALL, Q Albion St., Newton Centre Cilla, Pussy, Cilly, Office Trainin , Weeks, Fashion Show, Q, Baseball, 9, 3, 4, Legislature 3, Commercial Club, 3, Home Economics, Q,Soccer, 2, 3, 4, Track, Q, 3, Hockey, 9, Gym Meet, 9, 3, To put a tail light on fountain pens for writing night letters. PRISCILLA WADSWORTH HAM, 21 Winchester Rd., Newton Puss, Academic, Day, Mass. General Hospital, Archery, 2, 3, 4, Soccer, Q, 3, Basketball, 3, Nature Club, 3, Alpha Beta, 2, Track, Q, Knitting Club, 4, To meet little Audrey. GEORGE BENJAMIN HAMILTON, JR. 95 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Ham, Bones, Crusher, Mathematics, Weeks, Naval Academy, Intermediate Hockey, 3, Scholarship Roll, 3, Spanish Club, 4, Varsity Hockey, 4, Home Room Manager, 3, To keep out of Davy Jones's locker. RUTH FLORENCE HAMILTON, 154 Parmenter Rd., West Newton Ruthie, Language, Warren, Radcliffe, Puppeteers, 4, English Club, 4, Chorus, To travel around the world with plenty of money in my pocket. PAULA LYNN HAMPTON, Q19 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill Pud, Certificate, Sullivan High School, Chicago, Ill., Middle- bury, Honor Roll, 4, Senior Play, 4, Camera Club, 4, Drama Workshop, 4, To have my cake and eat it, too. MILDRED MARY HANLON, 131 Stanilord St., Auburndale Milly, Office Training, Warren, Field Hockey, Q, 3, 4, Varsity, 4, Captain, 4, Basketball, Q, 3, 4, Class Team, Q, 3, 4, Captain, 3, Varsity, 3, Soccer Q, 3, 4, Track, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball, Q, 3, 4, Lacrosse, 3, 4, Badminton, Q, 3, Outing Club, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4, Gym Meet, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball, 9, 3, Swim- ming, 4, Chorus, 3, Outdoor Concert, 3, National Honor Society, 4, To travel around the Boston Globe. RUTH AILLEEN HANLON, 7 Freeman St., Auburndale Ruthie, Office Training, Warren, Commercial Club, 4, Soccer, 2, Baseball, Q, To grow orange trees in the South Pole or to sweep the cobwebs out of the sky. EVELYN MARIE HANSBURY, 'IB Knowles St., Newton Centre Ev, Evie, Academic, Weeks, Basketball, Q, Baseball, 9, Soccer, 3, Camera Club, 4, To get what l want and keep it. F orty-four MALCOLM EDWARD HARDY, 1959 Beacon St., Waban Mal, Duke, Uncle, Certificate, Weeks, University of Maine, Neophytes, Q, Outdoor Concert, 9, 3, 4, Legislature, Q, Band, 2, 4, Glee Club, 9, 4, Prize Speaking, 2, 4, Honor Society, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Newtonian, 4, Senior Play, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, Drama Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, To understand the female of the species. VIRGINIA HARRINGTON HARDY, 1959 Beacon St., Waban Jinny, Gin, Certificate, Weeks, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Home Economics Club, 9, Glee Club, Q, 3, Chorus, Q, Social Studies Club, 3, Gym Meet, Q, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, Traffic Squad, 3, To witness the chang- ing of the guard at Buckingham Palace. ALICE THERESA HORRIGAN, 23 Chandler St., Newton Al, Allie, Office Training, Warren, Fashion Show, 9, To do what l want to do, when I want to do it. ALTHEA ROSALIE HARRIS, 65 Charlemont St., Newton Highlands Al, Thea, Academic, Weeks, Lesley, Puppeteers Club, 4, Home Economics Club, 4, To remain young and travel far. MARJORIE IOANNE HARTNETT, 3 Newland St., Auburndale Marge, Margie, Midge, Academic, Warren, Cl1andler's, Social Studies Club, 2, Home Economics Club, Q, Vice-Presi- dent, Drama Club Workshop, Q, Honor Poll, To give the alpha- bet back to the kindergarten. ELIZABETH RUTH HARTSHORN, 45 Chapin Pd., Newton Centre Betty, Academic, Weeks, French Club, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, To dance to all the smoothest orchestras in the world. LOCARDIA AUGUSTA HARTWICH, 17 Keefe Ave., Newton Upper Falls Locie, Lo, Office Training, Weeks, Field Hockey, Q, 3, 4, Varsity, 3, 4, Basketball, Q, 3, 4, Class Team, Q, 3, 4, Varsity, 3, Soccer, Q, 3, 4, Track, Q, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse, 3, 4, Badminton, Q 3, Outing Club, 3, 4, Ping-pong, 2, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Tennis, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball, Q, 3, To make the goal l am aiming for. MARGARET PHILLIPS HARVEY, 125 Carlisle St., Newton Centre Peggy, Peg, Office Training, Weeks, To graduate in June, 1937. FLETCHER AMES HATCH, JR., 5 Byfield St., Waban Buddy, Certificate, Riverside Military Academy, Dartmouth, Legislature, 4, To raise bananas. GRACE CORDELIA HAUGHEY, 391 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands Gracie Allen, Toots, Certificate, Weeks, Hickox Business School, Gym Meet, 3, Microphone Club, 4, Glee Club, 3, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Chorus, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 3, To find the corner which prosperity is around. Forty-five 'A' 'A' 'A' MARJORIE ESTELLE HESSLEIN, 698 Beacon St., Newton Centre Margie, Hessy, Academic, Weeks, Leland Powers, Drama Club, 3, 4, Hockey, 2, 3, Basketball, 9, Soccer, 3, Girls' Gym Meet, 3, Prize-Speaking Contest, 3, Drama Club Play, 3, Out- door Concert, 3, Social Studies Club, 3, To get a monopoly on swing. ELIZABETH HIGGINS, Q0 Foster St., Newtonville Betty, Libby, Higgie, Certificate, Day, Colby Junior College and Massachusetts Art School, Band 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Gamma Tau, 4, To be natural and to live up to what is expected of me. Forty-six HENRY WINGATE HAYES, 313 Cabot St., Newtonville Prexy, Tiny, Certificate, Day, Brown, Football, Junior Var- sity, 2, Baseball, Q, Scholarship Roll 3, Radio Club, Q, 3, Alpha Gamma Tau, 4, Legislature, 4, To beat Glenn Cunning- ham by three yards in the mile. JAMES BERNARD HEALY, 94 Sharon St., Auburndale Jimmy, Academic, Warren, Scholarship Roll, To see the world. DAVID BEATTY HEARD, 86 Upland Rd., Waban Language, Brookline High, Harvard, Camera Club, 9, 4, Band, 9, 3, Indoor Track, 4, Outdoor Track, 4, To throw the shot 50 feet. ARTHUR TAYLOR HENDERSON, 41 Walden St., Newtonville Art, Fletch, Gus, Certificate, Day, Dartmouth, Home Room Mana er Q, 3, Legislature, Q, Radio Club, Treasurer, Q, Avia- tion Club, 3, Intermediate Hockey, Q, 3, Home Room Presi- dent, 4, To meet the Southern Belle. WILLARD FRANCIS HENRI, 981 Watertown St., Newton Jim, lrish, Business, Day, West Point, Junior Varsity Base- ball, Q, Varsity Baseball, 4, intermediate Hockey, Q, To be a Hoorwalker in a telephone booth, HELEN LOUISE HERMANN, 1490 Centre St,, Newton Centre Sister, Sis, Certificate, Weeks, Simmons, Basketball, 2, Pup. peteers, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Girls' Gym Meet, Q, To prove to Mr. Walters that girls are better than boys. FREDERICK ERNEST HERTEL, 77 Greylock Rd., Newtonville Fred, Certificate, Day, Cornell, To be free of all cares and worries. MARY ELIZABETH HESSION, 14 Highland Pk., Newtonville Mazie, Office Training, Day, Commercial Club, Q, Fashion Show, Q, To be able to find out where the draft is coming from. MARION CAVELLE HILL, 46 Somerset Rd., West Newton Peanuts, Mary, Hillie, Academio, Warren, Boston University, Radio Club, 2, Gym Meet, 2, Honor Roll, 3, French Club, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Archery, 4, To go to the darktown strutters' ball. ROBERT BRAINTLY HILL, JR., 391 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Bob, Certificate, Warren, Dartmouth, Home Room Manager, 2, 3, 4, Neophytes, 2, Drama Club Christmas Play, 4, Drama Club Annual Play, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, To be custodian ol Mr. Kidger's library. RALPH EDWARD HINCKLEY, Q6 Page Rd., Newtonville Hink, Albino, Academic, Day, Stockbridge, Neophytes, 9, Radio Club, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Hockey Manager, Q, To swim "across the harbor" and see Miss McGuire. ARTHUR LUKE HISCOE, 554 Grove St,, Newton Lower Falls Duke, Business, Warren, National Academy of Dramatics, New York, To be an actor and singer on the stage and in the movies. . ANN HITCHCOCK, 169 Parker St., Newton Centre Hitchie, Langua e, Weeks, Katherine Gibbs, Alpha Beta, 9, Radio Club, Q, Lirary Club, 4, Gym Meet, 9, 3, Publicity Committee, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, 3, 4, Legisla- ture, 4, Senior Play Candy Committee, 4, Newtonite, 3, New- tonian, 4, Honor Societ , 3, 4, Lunch Room Squad, Captain, 4, Honor Roll, 9, 3, 4, Class Executive Committee, 3, Orange Shield, 4, To be able to stand up on a surf board. HELEN NATALIE HOILOI 34 Mechanic St,, Newton Upper Falls Toots, Hun, Natie, Office Training, Weeks, Honor Roll, 9, To get a good catch without a hook. HORACE MILTON HOITT, 30 Bernard St., Newton Highlands Milt, Horse, Academic, Weeks, Amherst, Nature Club, 3, 4, Camera Club, 4, To do the 9 G. ROBERT MELDON HOLDEN. Q1 Rockwood Ter., Auburndale Bob, Business, Warren, Northeastern, Neophytes Work- shop, 2, Lunchroom Squad, Q, 3, 4, Moving-Picture Commit- tee, 4, To heckle Walter Winchell. FERNE HILL HOLLAND, 97 Madoc St., Newton Centre Shirley, Shrimp, Curley Top, Oliice Training, Weeks, Gym Meet, 9, Basketball, Q, Hockey, Q, To live and learn and to Find the man who could stand me as a private secretary. HELEN IRENE HOLMES, 1B'l Pearl St., Newton Holmesy, Academic, Bigelow, Framingham, Honor Roll, 9, 3, 4, French Club, 4, Neophytes, Q, Basketball, Q, 3, 4, Cam- era Club, 3, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Hockey, 9, Baseball, 9, Legis- lature Alternate, 4, To grow a front tooth. Forty-seven FREDERICK JAMES HOPWOOD, 86 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Red, Carrots, Hoppie, Business, Bigelow, Aviation Club, 9 Camera Club, 4, Cavalry Club, 4, To accomplish my desires. ANITA VIRGINIA HOUSE, Q4 Hovey St., Newton Tony, Academic, Bigelow, Massachusetts Art, Puppeteers, 4, Camera Club, 4, Gym Meet, 3, Scholarship Roll, 4, Hockey, 2, o trave , GLADYS HOUSE, Q4 Hovey St., Newton Gladiola, Academic, Bigelow, Garland School, Fashion Show, 9, 3, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, Camera Club, 4, Pup- peteers Club, 4, Outside Music, 2, 3, 4, Hockey, 9, To do one thing well, ERNEST CHARLES HOUSTON, Q3 Douglas St., West Newton Ernie, Academic, Warren, Virginia State, Track, 3, Lunch, room Squad, 4, Camera Club, 4, Junior Varsity Football, 2, To be a First class Stooge. MARION EMMA HOYT, 70 Auburn St., Auburndale Em, Me-Me, Toots, Academic, Warren, Chorus, 4, Home Economics Club, 4, To be a success in what l undertake. FLORENCE VICTORIA HUDSON, Q72 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville Fudge, Flo, Flossie, Toots, Office Training, Day, To make a good catch without a line. MARY ELIZABETH HUGHES, 32 Rustic St., Newton Polly, Hughie, Academic, Day, St. Elizabetlfs Hospital, Radio Club, 9, Legislature Alternate, 3, Chorus, 4, Knitting Club, 4, To be able to smile when marks come cut. OLIVE ELIZABETH HUMPHREY, 37 Adams Ave., West Newton Betty, Academic, Warren, Perry's Normal, Glee Club, 3, 4, Home Economics Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Puppeteers, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To be good, do good and make good. ELLA STEWART HUNTING 28 Champa St., Newton Upper Falls Elly, Robin, Academic, Weeks, Basketball, Q, Home Econom- ics Club, 9, Chorus, 3, Outdoor Concert, 3, To graduate this year, without lailure. DOROTHY MARY HURLEY, 357 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Dot, Dotty, Blondie, Toots, Academic, Weeks, Fashion Show, 2, To do the things I love the most the best. F arty-eight ROBERT DANIEL HURLEY, 100 Chestnut St., Newtonville Bob, Academic, Warren, Junior Varsity Football. DAVID CHIPMAN IRWIN, 161 Lowell St., Newtonville Academic, Warren, Texas State, Track, Q, 3, To make those with whom l come in contact live a happier and a more success- lu life. HARVEY ISHAM, 390 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands Itchy, Certificate, Weeks, Boston University Business, Drama Club, 4, Prize Speaking, 3, Legislature Alternate, Q, 4, Senior Play Cast, Year Book Picture Committee, Drama Club Play Usher, 4, Intermediate Football, 9, Indoor Track, 4, Outdoor Track, 4, To Find "Her." IVIE ANN JACKSON, 40 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Irene, Rene, Jackie, OHice Training, Weeks, Fashion Show, Q, To dance like Bill Robinson and sing like Ella FitzGerald, STANLEY JOSEPH JACOBS, 361 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Jake, Academic, Weeks, To be able to dance like Fred Astaire. JAMES YOUNG JAMISON,19 Pulsifer St., Newtonville Jimmie, Jim, Mathematics, Day, Massachusetts State, Radio Club, 2, Stage Committee, 9, 3, Legislature, 3, 4, Drama Club, 4, Play, 4, To never bay at the moon. JULIAN CLIFFORD JAYNES, 76 Prince St., West Newton Cliff, Cliffy, Language, Warren, Yale, Band, 9, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, 4, Radio Club, 3, Ski Team, 4, To try to make two and two add up to four. MYRA ELIZABETH JENKINS, 713 Watertown St., Newtonville My-My, Jiggsy, Jinks, Academic, Day, Perry, Chorus, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 3, 4, Soccer, 3, 4, Volleyball, 3, 4, Base- ball, 4, Gym Meet, 3, Home Economics Club, 4, To get up the stairs by 8.30 without running. l CARL ERNEST JOHNSON,18 Thaxter Rd., Newtonville Swede, Joe, Wimpy, Business, Day, Northeastern Business, To be a big business man and to make a million on papers. HAZEL MARIE jONES,18 Oakland St,, Newton Jonesy, 'rie-'rie, Office Training, Day, Commercial Club, 4, Chorus, Q, Outdoor Concert, Q, Fashion Show, 9, To bear life with a grin. F orty-nine uk 'A' ir ELEANOR CELIA JORDAN, 439 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Springy, Ellie, Jordie, Language, Classical High, Springfield, University of California, French Club, Glee Club, To be in- grumental in getting a unilorm plan of education all over United tates. HERBERT EARL KALWEIT, 383 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Herb, Hoot Gibson, Academic, Weeks, Wentworth, To try to take the .blows oi fate with strength and glee, and simply laugh and say, All right - this time the ioke's on me." ALLAN NEWNHAM KEE, 76 Arlington St., Newton Moon, Business, Bigelow, Bentley's School of Accounting, To own the world s Finest independent market, EDNA MAE KEEGAN, 'lO'l Crafts St., Newtonville Chuckie, Ed, Office Training, Day, Commercial Club, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, 3, Basketball, Q, 3, Tennis, Q, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Volleyball, Q, Ping- ong, Q, Chorus, Q, Honor Roll, Q, Social Studies Club, 2, To Be successful in all my undertakings. KATHARINE ANN KELLER, 5 Emerson St., Newton Kay, Office Training, Day, Boston University, Field Hockey, 3, Soccer, 3, Aviation Club, 4, Publicity Committee of Senior Play, 4, To Find out the reason why an orange N on a black sweater attracts so much attention. WILLIAM ROBERT KELLY, 48 Rustic St., Newtonville Bill, Kel, Business, Our l.ady's Prep, Boston University, Out- door Track, 9, 3, Indoor Track, 2, 3, Football, 2, 3, Home Room Manager, 3, Varsity Club, 2, 3, Traffic Squad, Q, 3, Lunchroom Squad, 9, Newtonite Staff, 3, To break 9.22 for the 'l,OOO and break 1.58 for the half mile. STELLA KATHERINE KENJESKA, 690 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls Stel Kay, Academic, Warren, Soccer, Q, 3, Fashion Show, Q, Basketball, 3, Home Economics Club, Q, To Find someone who can read my writing. ARTHUR F. KENNEY, 23 Broadway St., Newtonville Art, Certificate, Day, American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Drama Club, 3, Stage Committee, 9, 3, Chairman Stage Com- mittee, 4, Community Forum Stage Manager, 4, To manage Radio City Music Hall and have Mr. Peterson as my assistant. MARGARET THERESA KENNEY, Q8 Woodbine Ter., Auburndale Bonnie, Office Training, Warren, Drama Club Workshop, 3, Home Economics Club, 3, Social Studies Club, 3, Commercial Club, 4, To Find an ambition. JEANETTE ELSA KENT, 'IO Regent St., West Newton Jan, Nettie, Blondie, Academic, Warren, Lasell, Gym Meet, Q, Tennis, 3, German Club, 4, Knitting Club, 4, To sail the seven seas. Fifty 'A' MARGUERITE MOOREHEAD KENT, 31 Rockledge Rd., Newton Highlands Peggy, Meg, Certificate, Weeks, Rhode lsland State, Alpha Beta, 9, Archery, Q, 3, 4, Field Hockey, Q, Basketball, 9, Bad- minton, 3, English Club, 4, Drama Club Workshop, Ping-pong, Q, 3, To spank little Lulu. WILLIAM GLADSTONE KINNEY, 44 Winthrop St., West Newton Bill, The Biffer, Wild Bill, Business, Day, Bentley, VarsitY Football, 3, 4, Varsity Hockey, 4, Senior Executive Commit- teeijfi, Legislature, 3, 4, Not to Forget to duck when life swings its ows. FRANCES ELIZABETH KIRBY, B3 Institution Ave,, Newton Centre Academic, Mt. Hermon, Darjeeling, India, Oberlin, Home Room President, 9, Go back to kindergarten, PAULINE JOANNE KIRBY, 41 Washington St., Newton Polly, Cubie, Academic, Bigelow, Burdett, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Knitting Club, 4, Hockey, 9, Basketball, 9, 3, To abolish all senior essays. HELEN ELDORA KIRTON. 1404 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Dodie, Certificate, Weeks, Lasell Junior College, Legisla- ture, 4, English Club, 3, English Club Play, 3, French Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Archery, Q, 3, Senior Dance Commit- tee, 4, Knitting Club, 4, To be quite successful. MARY THEODORA KLEIN, 19 Whittier Rd., Newtonville Theo, Teddy, T. K., Language, Day, Smith, Soccer, 2, Radio Club, 9, 3, Secretary, Q, Track, 3, 4, Basketball, 3, 4, Lacrosse, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 2, 3, English Club, 3, 4, Girls' Outing Club, 3, 4, Senior Play Costume Committee, 4, Honor Roll, 2, Arch- ery, 2, To understand poetry. GERTRUDE JOANNA KONETZNY, 35 Clarendon St., Newtonville Gertie, Academic, Day, Massachusetts General Hospital, Chorus, 4, That my nature be full of the milk of human kindness. JOHN PAUL KOUGHAN, 94 Madison Ave., Newtonville Jack, Certificate, Day, Bowdoin, Band, Q, 3, Home Room Manager, 3, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer, 4, Executive Board, 4, Chairman Business Committee, 4, Drama Club Play, 3, 4, 5, Charter Member Nature Club, Football Manager, 3, Legislature Alternate, 3, To beat Henderson on the pick-up. ROSE KRONlLLlS,1 Keele Ave., Newton Upper Falls Sugar, Pattie, Office Training, Weeks, Burdett, Chorus, To have Selma stop asking questions. FLORENCE KRUEGER, Q7 Arapahoe Rd,, West Newton Flo, Academic, Warren, Business School, Outdoor Concert, Q, Gym Meet, 2, German Club, 3, 4, Aviation Club, 3, Drama Club Workshop, 4, To go down an escalator that is going up. Fifty-one ir i I i i I i I THOMAS HENRY LEAHY, 18 Aberdeen St., Newton Highlands Tom, Tubber, Academic, Weeks, Boston University, Home Room Manager, Q, Junior Varsity Baseball, 9, 3, Intermediate Hockey, 3, Varsity Hockey, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, To be able to sleep when ever I feel it necessary. WINIFRED PATRICIA LEAHY, 11 Warwick Rd., West Newton Winnie, Wynne, Academic, Warren, Miss Wheelock's, Gym Meet, 3, Baseball, Q, To run between the rain drops and not get wet. Fifty-t wo ROBERT ARNOLD LABDON, 34 Fenno Rd., Newton Centre Bob, Certificate, Weeks, Huntington, Home Room Manager, 2, Social Studies Club, 3, Legislature Alternate, 4, Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4, Stage Committee, 4, Chorus, 4, Baseball, To sail around the world alone with her and see my plans come LYUC. BEATRICE LOUISE LAMB, 947 Grove St., Auburndale Beatie, Lamby, Academic, Warren, Gym Meet, 2, National Honor Society, 4, To keep that promise. CARL RICHARD LANCASTER 59 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Rube, Rubin, Rubinoff, Red, Business, Weeks, Business Col- lege, Home Room Manager, Q, Football, Junior Varsity, Base- FalI,4Jlbnior Varsity, To travel the continent in a Ford V48 and ive in ans. SIBYL LANDER, 30 Williston Rd., Auburndale Sib, Sibbie, Academic, Warren, Camera Club, 4, To always Finish what I start. EDWARD EVERETT LANDERS, 82 Collins Rd., Waban Ed, Certificate, Warren, Boston University, To work my way around the world on ships. KATHERINE FRANCES LANE, 976 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Kay, Office Practice, Weeks, Burdett, To be content with what l have, but never with what I am. MARTHA ANN LANE, 976 Walnut St,, Newton Highlands Marcie, Academic, Weeks, Framin ham State Teachers' Col- lege, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, Frencsh Club, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent, 4, Home Room Manager, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Senior Play Publicity Committee, 4, P:rentsl,Night Usher, 4, To live in that house by the side of t e roa . ROBERT JAMES LAWRENCE, 3 Cannon St. Newton Highlands Bob, Business, Weeks. STELLA LEEBER, 194 Oak St., Newton Upper Falls Ginger, Office Practice, Weeks, Business, Basketball, 9, 3, Hockey, 9, 3, Soccer, 9, 3, Home Economic Club, 3, Aviation Club, 4, Commercial Club, 4, To be the pilot for Anne and Charles Lindbergh. ROSMOND A. LEES, 31 Madoc Rd., Newton Centre Ro, Rozzy, Academic, Weeks, Gym Meet, 9, 3, To be the best of whatever l am, JANE LEIGHTON, 23 Williston Rd,, Auburndale Tommy, Certificate, Warren, Massachusetts State, National Honor Society, 4, French Club, 4, Vice-President Aviation Club, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Legislature, 4, Alternate Legis- lature, 3, Library Club, 3, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, To solve the mystery of the spirit world. GUERINO JOHN LEONE, 158 Adams St., Newton Goody, Caesar, Business, Day, Boston University, Junior Varsity Baseball, Q, To some day travel around the world then to return home and be mayor of the Lake. LEONARD EARLE LESOURD, 206 Waverley Ave., Newton Len, Certificate, Bigelow, Ohio Wesleyan, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Baseball, Junior Varsity, Q, Varsity, 3, 4, Orange Shield, 4, Treasurer Senior Class, Executive Committee, 4, Junior Varsity Football, 3, Scholarship Roll, 4, Varsity Club, 3, 4, Newtonite, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To see the Red Sox win the pennant. FRANKLIN LEWENBERG, 189 Grant Ave., Newton Centre Frank, Brookline, Frankie, Rudy, Certificate, Brookline High School, Dartmouth, Traffic Squad, To break world's high jump record at 1940 Olympics and to see Brookline High win the State Track Championship. FRANK LIGHT, 49 Grove Hill Pk,, Newtonville Tex, Red, Bing, Gus, Certificate, Day, Duke University, Scholarship Roll, Q, Junior Varsity Baseball, 9, Junior Varsity Football, 9, Alpha Gamma Tau, Stage Committee, 3, Senior Play Ticket Committee, 4, To meet the Southern belle and beat Henderson to a date. DONNA RUTH LILLIE, 298 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Widget, Certificate, Weeks, Boston University, Tennis, 9, 4, Badminton, 4, Archery, 4, Gym Meet, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, To sew buttons on a coat of paint. MARJORIE ETHELINE LIND, 11 Warren Ter., Newton Centre Marge, Midge, Certificate, Brighton High School, West. brook Junior College, Scholarship Roll, 9, Spanish Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, English Club, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, To learn why. .IOSEPHINE LIPOMA, 365 Watertown St,, Newton Babe, Office Training, Day, Business, Chor s, 9, C ' l Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 4, To locate anlbl drinkofllonmrfliee Fountain of Youth. Fi fty-three LEON SAMUEL LIPSON, 115 Cotton St., Newton Language, Bigelow, Harvard and Harvard Law, Prize- Speaking, Q, 3, 4, Alpha Beta, Secretary, 9, Newtonite, 9, 3, 4 Supplement Editor, 4, Newtonian, Features Editor, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Orange Shield, 3, 4, Debating Club, 3, 4, Publicity Director, 4, Math Club, 3, 4, Drama Club Program Committee, 4, Tusitala, 4, Senior Play, 4, Home Room Manager, 4, Legislature, 3, To justify my enemies' opinion of me. ANNE MARGARET LIVINGSTONE, 894 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Language, Weeks and Clearwater High School, Florida, Wellesley, English Club, 3, German Club, 4, Newtonian, Newtonite, 4, Gym Meet, 3, Candy Committee Senior Play, 4, Legislature Alternate, 4, To always have faith in the future. ELIZABETH ANNE LLOYD, 16 Hunnewell Cir., Newton Betty, Betsy, Bet, Language, Bigelow, Wheelock's, Alpha Beta, Q, Neophytes, 2, Tennis Tournament Q, 3, Ping-pong, 9, Hockey, 9, English Club, 3, 4, Camera Club, 4, Home Room Lvlanager, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, To go around the world on 've cents. HARRIETT EVELYN LOCKE, 122 Adena Rd., West Newton Harry, Hatch, Academic, Warren, Business School, Fashion Show, Q, Home Economics Club, 4, Chorus, 4, To work and buy all the clothes l want. JOSEPH FRANCIS LOMBARDI, Q1 West St., Nonantum Joe, Business, Day, Football, Basketball, To break the record lor the mile run. GERALD RICHARD LOMBARDO, 347 Elliot St, Newton Upper Falls Gerry, Guy, Senator, Al, Business, Weeks, Debating Club, 2, Sports Reporter, 4, Senior Play, 4, To make the House ol Morgan look like two cents. MARGARET MARY LOPAS 4 Edgewood Rd., West Newton Tiny, Margie, Academic, Warren, Art School, Varsity Hockey, 9, 4, Basketball, 9, 3, Soccer, Q, 3, Baseball, Q, 3, Track, 9, National Honor Society, 4, To be a successful artist. STANTON DUNSTER LORING, II, 9 Crescent Ave., Newton Centre Stan, Language, Country Day, Harvard, Newtonite, 4, Alpha Gamma Tau, 4, Varsity Glee Club, 4, Senior Play, 4, National Honor Society, 4, Boys' Glee Club, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4. WILLIAM CARL LOUD, JR., 179 Harvard St., Newtonville Bill, Certificate, Birmingham High School, University of Michigan, Varsity Football, 3, 4, Newtonite, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To drive a Fire engine. RICHARD HALLETT LOVELL, 1501 Centre St., Newton Highlands Dick, Language, Weeks, Williams, Newtonite, Q, 3, 4, Busi- ness Manager, 3, Editor, 4, Honor Society, 3, 4, President, 4, Forum Committee, 3, 4, Chairman, 4, Orange Shield, 4, Legis- lature, 3, 4, Publications Board, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, Executive Council, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Prize-Speaking, Winner, Q, Home Room Manager, Q, Debating Club, 2, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, Senior Play Publicity Committee, 4, To master Muzzey. Fifty-four NANCY LUND, 1778 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Popsy, Certificate, Warren, Penn Hall, Basketball, Q, Archery, 3, 4, Candy Committee for Senior Play, 4, English Club, Library Clcbb, To be a leading clothes designer and to bring America to aris. ALICE LUPO, 269 Adams St,, Newton Al, Alicia, Office Training, Day, Outdoor Concert, 4, Com- mercial Club, 3, 4, Chorus, 4, To be able to understand Shakes- peare's plays. JASMINE LUPO, 16B Middle St., Newton Jazz, Jay, Office Training, Day, Commercial Club, 3, 4, Chorus, 4, Outdoor Concert, 4, To visit the Orient, VINCE LUPO, 9 Decatur St., Newtonville Vinny, Office Training, Day, Boston University, Chorus, 4, Outdoor Concert, 4, To be a lily in Rudy's Valle. LOUISE LU PRIORE, 1000 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Office Training, Weeks, Boston University, Soccer, 3, Chorus 3, 4, Gym Meet, 2, Outdoor Concert, 4, Not to believe every- thing I hear. MARJORIE CHRISTINE MacDONNELL, 6 Highland Ter., Newtonville Margie, Mac, Certificate, Day, Alpha Beta, 1, Archery, 1, Aviation Club, 3, To ring the bell on trolley No. 6010. BARBARA LOUISE MacINTYRE, 139 Cornell St., Newton Lower Falls Borb, Bobby, Academic, Warren, Simmons, Senior Play, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Chorus, 4, Ping-pong, 4, Archery, 4, Soccer, Q, To superintendent Dot's sheep ranch. NEIL THOMAS MncKINNON, 47 Margaret Pd., Newton Highlands Mack, Mick, Academic, Weeks, Boston University, Honor Roll, Q, To be or not to be, that is the question. To be what? To be a success! So help me. JANE MORELAND MacKNIGHT, 56 Manemet Rd., Newton Centre Janie, Mac, Academic, Weeks, Home Room Manager, 9, Camera Club, 4, Gym Meet, Q, Honor Roll, 4, To get a seat on the trolley between 5.30 and 6 on any Saturday night. MARJORIE MQCNAUGHT 1933 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Joy, Marjie, Midge, Certificate, Warren, Oberlin College, Home Room Manager, 3, Senior Prom Committee, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 4, Basketball, Q, 3, Neophytes, Q, Drama Club, 4, Gym Meet, 9, 3, Legislature Alternate, Q, Senior Picture Committee, 4, Senior Talent Assembly, 4. Fi ftv-fi ve i.. BERT MARRAZZO, 339 Cherry St., West Newton Toot, Hawkeye, Tut, Business, Warren, Holy Cross, Sport Club, 3, Chorus, 2, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Orange Shield, 3, 4, Football Intermediate, Q, Varsity Baseball, Q, 3, 4, lntermediate Basketball, 3, To become a big league baseball player. REBECCA ROSS MARSHALL, 63 Clark St., Newton Centre Beck, Becky, Academic, Weeks. Fifty-:ix NANCY DODGE MacNElLL, 900 Upland Ave., Newton Highlands Mac, Certificate, Weeks, Sargent College, Hockey, Q, 3, 4, Varsity, 3, 4, Basketball, 1-2, 3, 4, Class Teams, Q, 3, 4, Varsity, 3, 4, Tennis, Q, 3, 4, Varsity, Q, 3, Baseball Class Teams, 9, 3, 4, Track, Q, 3, 4, Badminton, Q, 3, 4, Swimming, Q, 3, 4, Lacrosse, 3, 4, Gym Meet, Q, 3, 4, Aviation Club, Q, Outing Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Honor Roll, Q, Chorus, 4, Committee on Girls' Gym Meet, 3, 4, To teach gymnastics at dear old Newton. RITA GENEVIEVE MALLINSON, 141 JewettSt., Newton Mac, Office Training, Bigelow, Burdett, Chorus Q, 4, Out- door Concert, 4, To live and learn. GERTRUDE LOUISE MANN, 6 Brentwood Ave., Newton Centre Lulu, Certificate, Balboa High School, Canal Zone, Middlea bury, Drama Club, 4, Program Committee Chairman, 4, Play, 4, Spanish Club, 4, Program Committee Chairman, 4, To have my own kennels and stables. JOHN JOSEPH MANSFIELD, 310 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill Language, Weeks, Harvard, Newtonite, 9, To specialize in some branch ol law. PHYLLIS EVELYN MANSFIELD, 1001 Watertown St., West Newton Phyll, Blondie, Academic, Warren, New England Conserva- tory ol Music, Newtonite, 3, Glee Club, 3, Chorus, Q, 4, Traffic Squad, 3, Girls' Gym Meet, 4, To have an understanding heart always f and to be understood. MITCHELL JOSEPH MARCUS, 41 Stuart Rd., Newton Centre Mich, Joe, Pete, Mathematics, Brookline High, M. l. T., Alpha Beta, Treasurer, Q, Camera Club, ager, 3, Legislature, 3, Alpha Gamma Chairman, 4, Drama Club, 4, Senior Play, Squad, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, To own a string of Ford phaetons. 9, Home Room Man- Tau, 3, Home Room Newtonian, 4, Traffic Lunchroom Squad, 4, FIORA LETIZIA MARIOTTI, Q9 Harrison St., Newton Highlands Archy, Language, Weeks, Wellesley, Archery, Q, 3, Soccer, 3, Basketball, 3, Varsity, 3, Badminton, 3, National Honor So- ciety, 3, 4, Lacrosse, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, Orange Book, 3, Newtonite, 3, Newtonian, 3, 4, Data Editor, 4, Tusitala, 4, Vice-President, 4, Puppeteers, 3, Outing Club, 4, Hockey, 4, Varsity, 4, Legislature Alternate, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, Girls' Gym Meet, 3, 4, Orange Shield, 3, To cease "thinking of hours and live an eterntiyf' SALLY BROWN MARKS, 57 Royce Rd., Newton Centre Certificate, Withron High, Cincinnati, Ohio, Boston Uni- versity, Knitting Club, 4, To be able to say rubber buggy bumper 'lO times without getting my tongue twisted. CAROLINE MARSTON, Q0 Pelham St., Newton Centre Mike, Office Training, Weeks, Business, Gym Meet, 3, Honor Poll, 9, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To observe, not just see. ANNE CATHERINE MARTIN, 1314 Beacon St., Waban Obby, OHice Training, Weeks, Burdett, Hockey, Q, 3, Soccer, 9, 3, Basketball, 9, 3, To see Newton win the annual Waltham football. JAMES IOSEPH MARTIN, 1314 Beacon St., Waban Jim, Pepper, Spats, Business, Weeks, Boston University, Newtonite Sports Staff, Honor Roll, 3, To be a janitor in an autogiro. MARGARET MARY THERESA MARTIN, 1314 Beacon St., Waban Peggy, Jackie, Peg, Office Training, Weeks, Lasell, Baseball, Class Team, 2, 3, 4, Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Varsity, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, Ping-pong, Q, Soccer, Class Team, Q, 3, 4, Track, 9, 3, 4, Bad- mgiton, Q, To live on a ranch and become an expert horseback ri er. NANCY MARVIN, Q2 Edgehill Rd., Chestnut Hill Nanny, Mehitable, Certificate, Weeks, Connecticut, Neo- phytes, Q, Newtonite, 2, 3, Newtonian, 3, 4, Library Club, 3, 4, Outing Club, 4, Hockey, Q, 3, 4, Varsity, 4, Bandminton, 2, 3, Basketball, 3, 4, Class Team, 3, Manager, 4, Lacrosse, 3, 4, Girls' Gym Meet, 2, 3, 4, Committee, 4, Legislature, 3, Alter- nate, 4, Senior Play Costume Committee Chairman, 4, Scholar- ship Roll, 2, 4, Senior Picture Committee, 4, Senior Night Committee, 4, National Honor Society, 4. ALFRED MARZILLI, Q17 Adams St., Nonantum Al, Business, Day, Bentley's, Varsity Baseball, lntermediate Football, To K.O, Joe Louis while he is still in his prime. LILLIAN ALICE MASCIA, 458 California St., Newtonville Mash, Office Training, Day, Business, Basketball, Q, Com- mercial Club, 3, Chorus, 3, Outdoor Concert, 3, To learn how to earn. EDITH GRACE MASON, 417 Watertown St., Newton Edi, Olfice Training, Day, Boston University, Baseball, Q, Camera Club, 3, Glee Club, 1, Chorus, 1, Q, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 1, 2, 3, 4, To learn to like M. B. M. RICHARD CLINTON MASSELL, 104 Manet St,, Chestnut Hill Rick, Dick, Certificate, Language, Weeks, Harvard, Assistant Baseball Manager, Q, Varsity Track, 4, 5, Newtonite, 4, 5, Assistant Sport Editor, 5, Home Room Manager, 5, Legisla- ture, 4, 5, Debating Club, Q, 3, 4, 5, Secretary, 5, Program Committee, 3, 5, Publications Board, 5, Varsity Club, 4, 5, Publicity Committee Senior Play, 5, To write for a college newspaper. JULIA CAROLYN MATHER, 155 Homer St., Newton Centre Judy, Certificate, Weeks, Denison University, Home Room Manager, 2, 4, Senior Play Properties Committee, 4, Glee Club, 4, Alpha Beta, 9, Radio Club, 3, Girls' Cavalry Club, 4, Senior Picture Committee, 4, To love, and learn. F ifty-:even ELIZABETH MARY MATTSON, Q6 Phillips Lane, Newtonville Bette, Tiger, Certificate, Day, Band, Q, 3, 4, Gym Meet, Q, 3, Ping-pong Tournament, 3, Legislature, 4, Girls' Cavalry Club, 4, Senior Picture Committee, 4. JANET ELIZABETH MATTSON, 28 Brookdale Rd., Newtonville Jan, Language, Day, Smith or Oberlin, Radio Club, 2, 3, 4, Gym Meet, Q, 3, Glee Club, Q, 3, 4, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, 4, Girls' Cavalry Club, 4, To graduate with good marks from Smith. JANE RUTH MAYER, 5 lonia St., Auburndale Janie, Certificate, Warren, New College or Oberlin, Alpha Beta, Q, Track, 9, Neophytes, Q, English Club, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, Gym Meet, Q, 3, Newtonite, Q, 3, 4, Soccer, 3, Glee Club, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Publicity Committee, 4, Senior Play, To teach Mr. Cutting some more English. MARIE CELIA MAZZUCHELLI, 905 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Maria, Academic, Weeks, Boston University, President Home Economics Club, 3, Honor Roll, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 4, t s a secret. RUSSELL GERARD McADAMS, BO Warwick Rd., West Newton Rusty, Mac, Academic, Warren, Springfield University, Junior Varsity Football, 'I, Junior Varsity Baseball, 'l, Intermediates, Q, To twirl for the red hose in Tom Yawkey's ball yard. ALYCE IRENE MCCARTHY, 309 Webster St., Auburndale Blondie, Al, Office Training, Warren, To know him and understand him. CATHERINE TERESA MCCARTHY, 30 School St., Newton Mac, Sis, Office Training, Bigelow, Commercial Club, Na- tional Honor Society, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3, To help Gertie feed the birds. MARGARET M. McDONALD, 34 Risley Rd., West Newton Peggy, Language, Weeks, Vassar, English Club, 3, Honor Roll Q, French Club, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Gym Meet, 9, 3, Alpha Beta, SZ, To graduate from Vassar. PAULINE FRANCES MCGILLIVARY, 35 Moulton St., Newton Lower Falls Punny, Polly, Office Training, Warren, Boston University, Gym Meet, Q, Commercial Club, 3, Soccer, Q, Basketball, Q, Ping-pong, 4, To be a successful business woman. CATHERINE A. McGOURTY, 58 Cherry Pl., West Newton Kay, Kitty, Business, St. Bernard's, Boston University, Tennis Tournament, 4, Soccer, 3, Camera Club 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Ping-pon , 4, President Knitting Club, 4, Archery, 4, Aviation Club, 4, To be a second Kit Klein. fifty-eight 'A' ir ir PAUL COX McGRATH, 415 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Mac, Monslush, Language, Day, Rice lnstitute Texas, Base- ball, Assistant Manager, Q, Manager, 3, Junior Class Usher, 3, Senior Play Usher, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Social Studies Club, Treasurer, 3, 4, Varsity Club, 4, Debating Club, 4, Assistant Home Room Manager, 9, To be - or not to be. ROBERT M. MCHUGH, 331 Lexington St., Auburndale Bob, Mac, Academic, Warren, Providence, Varsity Football, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball, Q, 3, 4, Chorus, Q, 3, Traffic Squad, 4, gfiifsity Club, 4, To have Jeff Jones tell me l can catch a low a . JOSEPH PAUL McKENNA, 19A Cottage St., Newton Upper Falls Mac, Joey, Business, Weeks, Business, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, To enjoy the first million l'm going to make. DOROTHY FRANCES MeLAUGHLlN, 1208 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Dotty, Dot, Certificate, Weeks, Boston University, Girls' Gym Meet, 3, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Drama Club Work- shop, 3, English Club, 3, Legislature, 3, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4, To go surf-board riding at Waikiki. JOHN LEONARD McMANUS, 'l'l5 Freeman St., Auburndale Marty, Mac, Business, Warren, Business School, Football Manager, 2, 3, Varsity Manager, 4, Track Manager, 3, Junior Varsity Baseball, 2, 3, Varsity, 4, Scholarship Roll, 2, Inter- mediate Hockey, Q, To have a chance to look defeat square in the eye, then laugh at it. ROBERT DRUMMUND MCMULLIN, 215 Windsor Rd., Waban Bob, Language, Warren, Amherst, Social Studies Club, 4, Honor Roll, 3, 4, Baseball, 4, Legislature Alternate, 4, To have 90 days of skating at Brae Burn. JOHN STANLEY McNAYR, 36 Calvin Rd., Newtonville Mac, Mathematics, Franklin Community High, M. l. T., Senior Play, 4, To be a meteorologist who can predict New England weather correctly. EDWARD MELNITSKY, 55 Wetherell St., Newton Upper Falls Mal, Business, Weeks, To see the world. SELMA JANE MICHAELIS, 196 Beethoven Ave., Waban Moosh, Hitler, Sel, Office Training, Weeks, Gym Meet, Q, 3, 4, Tennis Tournament, Q, 3, Ping'pong Tournament, Q, 3, Baseball, Q, Hockey, Q, 3, Soccer, 2, Basketball, SZ, Girls' Cavalry Club, 4, To love and be loved. GEORGE ROBERT MILLIGAN, 91 Cottage PI., West Newton Meig, Happy, Milly, Business,l Warren, To make enough money, so l m able to retire when I m 35. Fifty-nine LOUIS WILLIAM MOLLER, JR., 47 Brookdale l2d,, Newtonville Swede, Lou, Business, Day, Boston University, Home Room Manager, 3, Assistant Football Manager, Q, Ski Team, 4, To be in the 'I940 winter Olympic games. MARJORIE HILDA MONCRIEFF, 47 Tarleton Rd, Newton Centre Midge, Language, Weeks, Wheaton, Tennis, Q, Archery, 3, English Club, 4, Girls' Cavalry Club, 4, Gym Meet, 3, Will I ever know? RHETA CAROLE MORAN,159 Tremont St., Newton Carrie, Academic, Brighton High School, Chorus, Gym Meet, To be successful. FRED W. MORGAN, 149 Pearl St., Newton Morgie, Business, Bigelow, Cavalry Club, 4, To be a Floor walker in a subway booth, MARY PHYLLIS MORGAN, 'IQ Newland St., Auburndale Phyl, Red, Otlice Training, Bigelow, Archery, Q, Com- mercial Club, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 3, To be or not to be is the question. ELEANOR MAE MORSE, Q05 Grove St., Auburndale E. M,, Morsie, Nenna, Office Training, Warren, Fashion Show, 9, Commercial Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Honor Roll, 9, 3, Orange Book Staff, 3, National Honor Society, 4, To travel from New York to California in a trailer. MARJORIE STACKPOLE MORSE, 60 High St., Newton Upper Falls Midgie, Margie, Mig, Office Training, Weeks, Simmons, To be a librarian, MURIEL LEONORE MORSE, 24 Woodrow Ave., Newtonville Mirabele, Certificate, Day, Simmons, French Club, Q, Aviation Club, 3, Camera Club, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, Newtonite, 3, 4, Soccer, 9, Basketball, Q, To keep a promise. MARJORIE ANN MORTIMER, Q4 Somerset Rd., Lexington Marge, Lan uage, Cambridge Latin, Sweetbriar, English CtJb,I3, 4, To Tae a costume designer and never have to walk to sc oo . LINCOLN MORTON, 34 Upland Rd., Waban Link, Bud, Certiticate, Warren, Dartmouth, Legislature, 3, 4, Executive Committee, 9, 4, Football, Q, 3, Varsity, 4, Base- ball, 9, 3, Newtonian, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 4, To be a mattress tester. Sixty JEANNETTE MOSES, 155 Sumner St., Newton Centre Mosie, Auntie, Academic, Weeks, Katherine Gibbs, Gym Meet, 3, Legislature, 4, Camera Club, 4, Honor Roll, 4, To be a bachelor girl. JANE MULHERON, 39 Sewall St., West Newton Mully, Academic, MacDuffies School, Springfield, Mass., Miss Wheelock's, English Club, 4, Gym Meet, 4, To swing with the organ-grinder. ALEXANDER PETER MURPHY, 48 Pettee St., Newton Upper Falls Al, Murph, Academic, Weeks, Basketball, Q, Baseball, Q, 3, Chorus, 9: Outdoor Concert, 2, To go way off and sit down somewhere where I won't have to be in a rush all the time. EDWARD CLIFFORD MURPHY, 198 River St., West Newton Tootsie, Business, Warren, Social Studies Club 3- National Honor Society, 4, To carry the burdens of my home as success- fully as my father did. FRANCES MURPHY, 59 Pine Crest Pd., Newton Centre Franie, Academic, Weeks. MARY PHYLLIS MURPHY, 77 Halcyon Rd., Newton Centre Phyl, Office Training, Weeks, Katherine Gibbs, Aviation Club, 4, Commercial Club, 2, To be a "Jungle Princess." ANNE DOROTHY MURRAY, 81 Avalon Rd., Waban Language, Warren, Wellesley, Basketball, Q, Ping-pong Tour- nament, 9, Aviation Club, Q, Scholarship Roll, 3, French Club, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, To go every place and see everything. ROBERT HICKS MURRAY, 584 Centre St., Newton Rob, Bob, Certificate, Bigelow, Tufts Engineering, To out- sleep Rip Van Winkle. DOROTHY RAE MYERS, 12 l-libbard Rd., Newton Dot, Language, Weeks, Smith, French Club, 4, Tusitala Club, 4, Senior Play Publicity Committee, 4, Newtonite Staff, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 4, Track, SZ, National Honor Society, 4, To write the Great American Novel with no preface and very little punctua- tion. JOHN BOTUME MYRICK, JR., 34 Otis St., Newtonville Johnny, June, Mathematics, Day, M. l. T., Home Room Man- ager, 1, Q, Neophytes Workshop, 1, Aviation Club, 1, Q, 3, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, Ski Team, 3, To show Dick Durrance how to turn cart-wheels on skis. Sixty-one ir ir RUTH NALLY, 996 Cabot St., Newtonville Nal, Academic, Day, Katherine Gibbs, Drama Club, 3, 4, Radio Club, 9, Gym Meet, 2, Executive Committee, Q, Legis- lature Alternate, 3, Library Club, 3, 4, Candy Committee Drama Play, 3, Tennis, 2, To dance 'till dawn and sleep all morn. CARMEN ARTHUR NAPOLITANO, Q48 Nevada St., Newtonville Bud, Nappy, Business, Day, Boston University, Track Q, Foot- bgll, 3, Scholarship Roll, Q, 4, To conquer ignorance by knowl- e ge. ELIZABETH NELSON, 'l5Q Pine Ridge Rd., Waban Ibby, Language, Warren, Edgewood Park Junior College, Archery, Q, Neophyte Workshop, Q, Drama Club Workshop, 3, 4, English Club, 4, Badminton, 2, To bicycle through Europe with Barbara and Mimi. KENNETH MILLARD NELSON 70 I-Ialcyon Rd., Newton Centre Ken, Certificate, Weeks, Dartmouth, Intermediate Hockey, Q, 3, Junior Varsity Football, Q, Tennis Tournament, 4, To live a comfortable life and be able to fish. MARY CAROL NELSON, 152 Pine Ridge Rd., Waban Language, Warren, Middlebury, Archery, 3, Badminton, 2, Neophyte Workshop, 2, Drama Club Workshop, 3, 4, English Club, 4, Costume Committee of Drama Club Play, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 4, To bicycle through Europe with Barb, Mimi, and Ibi. CHESTER GREENLEAF NEWEY, 937 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Chet, Certificate, Weeks, Dartmouth, Vice-President Senior Class, 4, Vice-President Associates, 4, Treasurer of Associates, 3, Business Manager of Newtonian, 4, Treasurer Class, 9, President Social Studies Club, 4, Legislature, Q, 3, 4, Senior Play, Drama Club, 4, Executive Committee, Q, 4, Band, Q, 3, 4, Orchestra, 4, Baseball, Junior Varsity A, 2, Intermediate, 3, Varsity, 4, To travel in Europe with Mr. Rinker. CATHERINE CAROL NEWINGER, 359 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Certificate, Issa uah High, Washington, Bryant 8: Stratton, Home Economics Club, 3, Camera Club, 4, Honor Roll, 3, To live a big life, ERNEST B. NICHOLS, 126 Charles St., Auburndale Nick, Ernie, Business, Warren, Honor Roll, 'l, 2, 3, Legisla- ture, 3, National Honor Society, 4, To be a successful business ITldn. I FRED WADLEIGH NICHOLS, 240 Plymouth Rd., Newton Highlands Bud, Nick, Certificate, Weeks, Dartmouth, Legislature Alter- nate, Q, Junior Varsity Football, Q, Intermediate Football, 31 Varsity Football, 4, Intermediate Hockey 3, Varsity Hockey, 4, Varsity Club, 4, All-Scholastic Hockey Team, 4, To succeed in everything -including love. PAUL FRANCIS NOLAN, 60 Gardner St., Newton Language, Day, Newtonite, 2, Neophytes, 2, Glee Club, Q, Alpha Beta, 2, Senior Play Costume Committee, 5, Home Room Manager, 5. Sixty-two ROBERT BRANSFIELD NOLAN, 60 Gardner St., Newton Bob, Nolo, Language, Day, University of New Hampshire, Alpha Beta, Q, Sophomore Prize-Speaking, 2, Glee Club, Q, Newtonite, 2, 4, S, Drama Club, 3, 4, 5, Play, 4, Prize-Speak- ing, 4, English Club, 5, Secretary-Treasurer Tusitala Club, 5, iniorflay, 5, To coach Mrs. Simpson in "Three Men on a orse. ELLEN ELAINE O'CONNELL, 858 Watertown St., Newton La La, Academic, Warren, Katherine Gibbs, Gym Meet, 9, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Archery, 4, To catch those "Pennies from Heaven." MARJORIE ANN O'CONNELL, 9 Cannont St., Newton Highlands Marge, Midge, Academic, Weeks, Katherine Gibbs, Gym Meet, Q, Basketball, Q, Archery, 4, To live, laugh, and be loved. FRANCIS O'HARA, 136 I-lunnewell Ave., Newton Franny, Certificate, Bigelow, Boston College, Junior Varsity Football, Q, Lunchroom Squad, 3, 4, Intermediate Baseball, 3, Varsity Baseball, 4, Legislature, 4, To be a G-man. RUTH ALDEN OHLER, 19 Crescent Ave., Newton Centre Certificate, Weeks, Middlebury, Legislature, 3, Field Hockey, 9, English Club, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, National Honor Society, 4, To have a typing speed greater than 91 words a minute. BURTON LEO O'NElL, 25 Leslie Rd., Aubumdale Burt, Certificate, Warren, Boston University, Band, Q, 3, 4, Publicity Committee Senior Play, 4, Alternate to Legislature, 2, To circle the world by air. DAVID WHITNEY ORDWAY, Q1 Fern St., Auburndale Og, Oger, Dave, Mathematics, Warren, Northeastern, Man- ager Football, 'l, Manager Track, Q, 3, Newtonite, 4, Aviation Club, 2, To be a laundryman for a nudist camp. EDYTHE CABOT O'TOOLE, 90 Forest Ave., West Newton Academic, Warren, American Academy ol Dramatic Art, To reach the top of Reckless Mountain. I r M ORTIMER CHARLES O'TOOLE, Q1 Rogers St., Newton Mort, Business, Bigelow. WILLIAM JOSEPH OWEN, 197 Grove St., Auburndale Bill, Billy, Business, Warren, Wentworth, Lunchroom Squad, 2, 3, Home Room Manager, 3, Legislature Member, 2, Legis- lature Alternate, 3, To take a trip with the Boston Traveler. Sixty-three DOMINIC JOSEPH PACE, 36 Cottage Pl., West Newton Rubinolff, Business, Warren, Orchestra, 2, 3, 4, To be able to play ' Love in Bloom" as well as Jack Benny without any interruptions from my brother. RICHARD W. PALMER, 109 Allerton Rd., Newton Centre Dick, Language, Weeks, Harvard, Debating Club, 2, 3, Vice- President, 3, Tennis Tournament, 3, 4, Home Room Manager, 3, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Legislature, 4, Senior Play Business Com- mittee, 4, Newtonian, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, lntermediate Hockey, 2, 3, To tickle the ivories like Eddie Duchin. DAISY PALOMBO, 1322 Centre St., Newton Centre Commercial, Weeks, Chorus, 3, Commercial Club, 4, Out- door Concert, 3, To be a private secretary. JENNIE PANAGGIO, B4 West St., Newton Commercial, Day, Chorus, 4, Commercial Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 4, To have Fred Astaire as a dancing teacher or to become his private secretary. ALFRED PARKHURST, 89 Oakland Ave., Arlington Heights Al, Alawishiss, Mathematics, Day, Engineering School, Legis- Iature, 2, Indoor Track, 3, 4, Outdoor Track, 4, To have charge off time largest building construction jobs in Boston and New or . JOAN LILLIAN PARKS, 29 Kilburn Rd., West Newton Butch, Joanie, Office Training, Warren, Archery, 2, Social Studies Club, 3, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Tennis Tournament, 4, Schcugrship Roll, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To see the wor . ELEANOR MAE PARSONS, 7 Ashmont Rd., Waban Academic, Weston High, To be a nurse. HENRY TRUMAN PARSONS 23 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Harry, Speed, Academic, Weeks, Penn State, Junior Varsity Football, Intermediate Football, Glee Club, Chorus, To be a success in all l undertake. i LESTER FREDERICK PATERSON, 22 Bowers St., Newtonville Pat, Academic, Day, Northeastern, Band, 2, 3, 4, To write short stories and scenarios. RALPH CHARLES PATUTO, 89 Gardner St., Newton Ray, Colonel, Cowboy, Rayphy, Business, Bigelow, To take the world apart and to see what makes it tick. Sixty-four EDWARD KENNETH PAUL, 76 Freeman St., Auburndale Eddie, Ed, Business, Warren, Baseball, 3, 4, To travel. ARTHUR LEO PEARSON, 248 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Art, Pearso, Certificate, Weeks, Northeastern, Tennis Team, 9, 3, 4, Varsity Orchestra, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Tennis Touigiament, 2, 3, 4, To Find the pot of gold at the end ol the rain ow. JOHN ALDEN PERKINS, 4 Cochituate Rd., Newton Highlands Jack, Perk, Cy, Certificate, Warren, Dartmouth, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, Microphone Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3, Editor-in-chief Orange Book, 4, Board of Publications, 4, Representative to Legislature, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, To always meet interesting people. JOHN MOSBY PERRY, 70 Hunnewell Ave., Newton Jack, Mose, Language, Bigelow, University of Virginia, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Newtonite, 3, 4, Business Man- ager of Orange Book, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, English Club, 4, Nature Club, Vice'President, 3, Drama Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Drama Club Play, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, To find Eldorado, STUART CAMPBELL PETERSON, 19 Rowe St., Auburndale Pete, Stu, Certificate, Warren, University of Maine, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, Alternate to Legislature, 3, Graduation Usher, 3, To asphyxiate the person that makes up Phil Baker's jokes, PHILIP EDMOND PHANEUF, 910 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Phil, Pep, Mathematics, Weeks, M. I. T., Junior Varsity Basketball, Q, Junior Varsity Baseball, Q, Junior Varsity Foot- ball, Q, lntermediate Football, 4, Hockey, 3, Ski Team, 4, To become a sell-made man with the help of women, EUGENE CHANDLER PHILLIPS, 49 Walker St., Newtonville Popeye, Gene, Eugie, Jeep, Certificate, Melrose High School, Brown, Junior Varsity Football, 3, Property Committee Senior Play, 4, To mix a coca-cola for the King of England. NORMA PRISCILLA PHILLIPS, 35 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre Dee dee, Academic, Weeks, Finishing School. CARMEN THOMAS PICARIELLO, 89 Elm St., West Newton U Mino, Picky, Business, Warren, To make a fortune playing Monopoly." CATHERINE T. PIERCE, 469 Walnut St., Newtonville Katreen, Academic, National Park Seminary, Baseball, 3, Hockey, 3, Track, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 3, 4, Assistant Captain ol Archery, 3, Science Club, 3, Basketball, 3, Camera Club, 4, To be a Forester and an agriculturist. Sixty-five SUZANNE THORNTON PIERCE, 26 Sargent Pk., Newton Sally, Academic, Bigelow, Colby Junior, Archery, 9, 3, Camera Club, 3, 4, Badminton, 4, French Club, 4, To travel and then spend a year in England. PATRICIA ERNESSE PITBRADO, 164 Oliver Rd., Waban Pat, Pep, Patsy, Pitt, Academic, Warren, Framingham, Radio Club, 2, Camera Club, 3, Gym Meet, 9, 3, Home Room Man- ager, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 4, Senior Candy Committee, 4, To be or not to be. ROBERT POSNER, 'I08 Adena Rd., West Newton Abe, Moe, Language, Warren, Massachusetts State, Golf, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 2, To go to Harvard Graduate School of Education. JANICE POUZZNER, 66 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville Jackie, Jan, Pouzzy, Certificate, Brookline High School, Sarah Lawrence, Drama Club, 4, Tusitala, 4, English Club, 4, Newtonite, 4, Prize-Speaking, 9, 3, Neophytes, 9, Alpha Beta, Q, Basketball, Q, 3, To be happy and to make others so. CLARENCE POWELL, 74 Harvard St., Newtonville Jake, Dick, Battler, Scrapper, Cal, Business, Essex Junction, Vermont, To stay single" . . . and have money to jingle. EDITH CAROLINE PRATT, 'l38 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands Pratty, Edie, Certificate, Weeks, Colby Junior College, Neo- phytes, 9, Archery, 9, 3, Vice-President Library Club, 4, Alternate to Legislature, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 3, 4, Home Room Manager, 4, Senior Play Committee, 4, Chairman Senior Play Candy Committee, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Chairman Costume Committee, 4. WESTON PRIOR, 354 Wolcott St, Auburndale Red, Westy, Certilicate, Warren, Northeastern, .Home Room Manager, 2, To be able to spell such words as supersede correctly. JAMES ROBERT QUINN, SO Brooks Ave., Newtonville Jim, Ouinnliie, Business, Day, Varsity Football, 4, To become the father of Ouinnsf' RUTH PARKHURST OUINT, 89 Carver Rd., Newton Highlands Fez, Language, Weeks, Wellesley, Archery, 2, Ping-pong Tournament, Q, Scholarship Roll, 2, 3, Aviation Club, 3, French Club, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Knitting Club, 4, To do everything I ever plan to do. HENRY MICHAEL OUIRK, 850 Walnut St., Newton Centre Hank, Academic, Weeks, Providence, Varsity Football, 4, Junior Varsity Football, 3, Baseball, Assistant Manager, 3, To realize the beneFits ofthe Social Security Act. 5 ixty-fix CARL RECCO, 9107 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Loui, Business, Warren, To try to succeed in a business that I plan to enter later on. JAMES JOSEPH REGAN, 923 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Mike, Jimmie, Business, Weeks, Boston University, Varsity Club, 3, Intermediate Basketball, Q, Varsity Baseball, Q, Cheer Leader, 4, Indoor Track, 3, Outdoor Track, 3, To always rate in the long run. MARY REGAN, 993 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Office Training, Weeks, Business School, To lind out what 127 will do without us. MARCELIA DYER RENNARD, 203 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Teedie, Certihcate, Day, Class Vice-President, 3, Class Secretary, Q, 4, Radio Club, 1st Vice-President, Q, Gym Meet Q, 3, Christmas Committee, 3, 4, Executive Council Q, 3, 4, Library Club, 3, 4, Prize-Speaking Usher, 3, English Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, Newtonian, 2, Legislature, 4, Orange Shield, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4, Senior Prom Committee, 4, To be a dress designer. MARGARET ELLEN REYNOLDS, 49 Bowers St., Newtonville Peg y, Peg, Academic, Day, Burdett, Camera Club, 4, Chorus, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 3, 4, Soccer, Q, Basketball, 2, Archery, 2, To win an argument. RUTH EMOGENE REYNOLDS, 63 Boume St., Auburndale Ruthie, Rufus, Academic, Warren, Chandler School, Scholar- ship Iloll, 4, To travel around the world with a faithlul com- panion. ESMOND SARGENT RICE, JR., 172 Carlton Rd., Waban Bud, Ez, Academic, Warren, Pennsylvania University, Foot- ball, 1, Baseball, 1, Stage Committee, Q, Home Room Mana- ger, Q, Lunchroom Squad, 1, Assistant Home Room Manager, 1, To do everything I do well. ROBERT THOMAS RICE, 119 Norwood Ave., Newtonville Ricey, Bob, Business, Day, Home Room Manager, 3, Social Studies Club, 3, Honor Roll, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Business Committee Senior Play, 4, To laugh and have the world laugh with me. VIRGINIA IRVING RICH, 3 Fairview Ter., West Newton V, Ginger, Jinny, Gin, Olfice Training, Bigelow, Fashion Show, Q, Commercial Club, 3, Gym Meet, 3, Social Studies, 4, Aeroplane, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3, To live and be loved by a mysterious Mr. X. BARBARA ELIZABETH RIDGWAY, 36 Riverdale Ave,, Newton Barb, Bobbie, Academic, Day, Framingham, Camera Club, 3, Economics Club, 3, 4, Chorus, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 3, To be able to Find out where the sun sits when it is setting, Sixty-seven SHIRLEY BLOUNT RIDGWAY, 40 Clyde St., Newtonville Lee, Language, Day, University of Southern California, Neo- phytes, 2, To be on stage or radio. RUTH ANNE RILEY, 197 Dickerman Rd., Newton Highlands Anne, Certificate, Weeks, Miss Wheelock's, Alpha Beta, 2, Nature Club, 3, 4, President, 3, 4, Senior Play Candy Com- mittee, 4, Ping-pong, Q, 3, Tournament, Q, Archery, 9, 3, 4, Track, 4, Girls' Gym Meet, 3, 4, Fashion Show, Q, M'amuser toujours. EVELYN REYNOLDS RING, 1489 Centre St., Newton Highlands Evie, Academic, Weeks, Art School, Outdoor Concert, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To follow my ideals, LYMAN NEWELL ROBINSON, 10 Hyde St., Newton Highlands Rob, Robbie, Mathematics, Weeks, Colorado School of Mines, Alpha Beta, 2, Assistant Manager Football, 3, Track, 3, Tennis Tournament, 1, 2, 3,4, Band, Q, Nature Club, 3, English Club, 4, Senior Play, 4, Legislature Alternate, Q, 4, Picture Committee, 4, Tennis lntermediate, 3, Varsity, 4, Essay Com- mittee, 4, Home Room Manager, 3, English Club Play, 4, To be a has been, rather than a never was, HUGH BARNES ROGERS, 398 Waltham St., West Newton Blombo, Tango, Certificate, Our Lady's, Bowdoin, Aviation Club, Q, 3, Drama Club, 3, Junior Varsitl Baseball, 2, lnter- mediate Baseball, 3, Junior Varsity Basket all, 2, Intermediate Basketball, 3, Lunchroom Squad, 3, 4, To design my own plane and beat Howard Hughes' record across the Continent, EDGAR PHILLIP PAUL ROMILLY, 14 Nonantum Pl., Newton Romboli, Business, Bigelow, Boston University, Football, Junior Varsity B's, Q, Junior Varsity A's, 3, Varsity, 4, Baseball, Junior Varsity B's, 2, Junior Varsity A's, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, 3, Traffic Squad, 4, To be a success. ALAN WARREN ROSENBERG, 14 Mandalay Rd., Newton Centre Al, Moe, Certificate, Weeks, Dartmouth, Debating Club, 2, Senior Play, 4, Traffic Squad, 4, Track, 3, To rid the library of a certain tapping. ELSIE FRANCES ROSENDALE, 580 Walnut St., Newtonville Posey, Office Training, Craddock, Virginia, Chorus, 4, To be a good photographer. , EDWARD ELMER ROSS, JR., 315 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Elmira, Cotton-top, Certificate, Weeks, Drama Club, 3, 4, President, 4, Boys' Athletic Board, 4, Varsity Club, 3, 4, New- tonite, 3, 4, Sports Editor, 4, Junior Varsity Football, SZ, Assist- ant Hockey Manager, 1, Senior Play Usher, 4, Outdoor Track, 2, 3, 4, lndoor Track, 2, 3, 4, Legislature, 3, 4, Varsity Foot- ball Manager, 3, To be prepared to live and let live. JOHN JOSEPH ROURKE, 85 Warren St., Newton Centre Johnny, Spike, Academic, Weeks, Boston University, Junior Varsity Baseball, 3, Legislature, 3, To go to bed and get up when l feel like it. Sixty-eight ROBERT BATCHELLER ROWLEY, 18 Loring St., Newton Centre Bob, Rob, Certificate, Weeks, Bowdoin, Alpha Beta, Q, Newtonite, 3, 4, 5, English Club, 5, Drama Club, 5, Senior Play, 5, Traific Squad, 4, To be president of the Watch and Ward Society. LUCILLE SYBIL RUDGINSKY, 137 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill Lukie, Lucy, Certificate, Weeks, Edgewood Park, Alpha Beta, 2, English Club, 3, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Stage Committee For Christmas Play, 4, Home Room Manager, 2, To make no enemies. SELMA RUDY, 15 Graylynn Rd., Newton Centre Language, Weeks, Wellesley, Alpha Beta, 2, Drama Club Workshop, 3, 4, Property Committee df Drama Club Play, 3, Outside Music, 3, 4, Junior Forum Committee, 4, English Club, 4, To be good, do good and make good. ROBERT CHARLES RUSH, JR., 91 Elm Rd., Newtonville Bob, Language, Springfield, Mass., Harvard, To enter Har- vard Medical school and study surgery. ALBERT WILLIAM RUSSO, 144 Chapel St., Newton Bill, Academic, Day, Intermediate Basketball, 1, Junior Var- sity Baseball, 1, Aviation, 1, Lunchroom Squad, 3, To roam the jungles of the far East, SAM F. RUSTIN, JR., B82 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Rusty, Business, Weeks, To Rnd the end of the rainbow. ANNE CHRISTINE RYAN, 319 Cherry St., West Newton Office Training, Warren, Burdett, Band, 2, Soccer, 2, To see the "Moon over Miami." FRANCIS JOHN RYAN, 48 Eddy St., West Newton Red, Rosey, Language, Day, Boston College, Band, Orchestra, To be ambitious. JOHN WILLIAM RYAN, 133 Oakleigh Rd., Newton Johnny, Tweak, Language, Bigelow, University of Pennsyl- vania, Legislature, Q, 3, Home Room Manager, 4, Executive Committee, Q, Tennis Team 1, Q 3, 4, Alpha Beta, Vice-Presi- dent 1, English Club, 3, I-Ionor Poll, Q, Senior Play, 4, Orange Shield, 3, Fall Tennis Tournament, Q, 3, To live alone and like it. NATALIE ANITA SALTER. 55 Mandalay Rd., Newton Centre Language, Weeks, Wellesley, Prize-Speaking Winner Q, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, Junior Forum Committee, 4, Verse Contest Committee, 4, Drama Club Program Committee, 4, Drama Club, 4, English Club, 4, Chairman of Candy Committee for Drama Club Play, 4, Chorus, Lunchroom Squad, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To study drama, music, and law, and thus accomplish all l've wished lor. Sixty-nine 'A' ir DAVID WINSOR SAMPSON, 16 Rockwood Ter., Auburndale Dave, Sam, Certificate, Warren, Wesleyan, Home Room Cflargager, 9, Traffic Squad, 4, To be a conservative American ac e or. ANN VERONICA SANQUINETTI, 13 Nonantum Pl., Newton Sarah, Language, Bigelow, Monticello, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Orange Book, 4, Newtonite, 4, Neophytes, 2, Orchestra, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 9, Chorus, 3, Outdoor Concert, Q, 3, Gym Meet, Q, 3, Tusitala Club, 3, French Club, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Drama Club, 4, Program Committee, 4, Drama Club Candy Committee, 4, Senior Play, 4, English Club Play Coach. GLORIA MAY SCHROEDER, 645 Centre St., Newton Glory, Angel, Certificate, Bigelow, Hockey, 9, Soccer, 9, Neophytes, 9, Girls' Gym Meet, Q, 3, Properties Committee of Senior Play, 4, To buy America's clothes in Paris. ROBERT F. SCHUMANN, 100 Berkshire Rd., Newtonville Tubby, Language, Weeks, Exeter, Newtonite, 2, 3, Ski Team, 4, Aviation Club, Q, 3, Home Room Manager, 2, 3, Hockey Manager, SE, Traffic Squad, 4, Cavalry Club, 3, 4, To build a penthouse on top of building 3 for the seniors who dwell in building 1. EILEEN VIVIA SEAWARD, 54 Chestnut St., West Newton lvy, Teanie, OFFice Training, Warren, Commercial Club, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 9, To be able to warble a tune. JOHN H. SELBY, 98 Sargent St., Newton Jack, Language, Montclair High, New Jersey, Dartmouth, Aviation Club, 3, German Club, 3, 4, President Cavalry Club, 4, Football, 4, To beat Sir Malcolm Campbell in my V-B. GLORIA JEAN SENNOTT, 1607 Centre St., Newton Highlands Gogo, Teddy, Glo, Academic, North Quincy High, Art School, To be ullidin' High." CHARLES LEE SHACKFORD, 84 Court St., Newtonville Shack, Lanky, Academic, Day, Indoor Track, 4, Honor Roll, 2, Tralfic Squad, 4, To circumnavigate the globe in a rowboat. l CLARA GERTRUDE SHANLEY, 38 Elm St., West Newton Ginger, Red, Academic, Bigelow, Sargent, Varsity Hockey, 1, Q, Soccer, 1, 2, Basketball, 1, Q, Tennis, 1, Ping-pong, 1, Track, 1, Q, Volley Ball, 1, Q, Captain of Hockey, 1, Captain of Soccer, 1, Outing Club, Q, 3, Captain of Basketball, 1, To be able to sing "Goodnight My Love" without a mistake. HAROLD SAMUEL SHAPERO, 470 Waverly Ave., Newton Centre Language, Weeks, Scholarship Roll, 9, 3, To teach Rachmani- noff to swing. Seventy MARGARET CAROLYN SHAUGHNESSY, Q03 Washington St., Newton Peggy, Oliice Training, Cambridge High and Latin School, Basketball, 1, 2, Baseball, 1, 9, Girls' Athletic Association Club, Tennis, To be able to show Eleanor Powell up. MARION ETHEL SHEA, 89 Randlett Plc, West Newton Micky, Academic, Day, Class Orchestra, Band, Varsity Or- chestra, Q, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 2, Aviation Club, 9, Baseball, 9, 3, Captain Baksetball, 2, 3, Soccer, 9, Social Studies Club, Q, l have no ambition to prick the insides ol my intent. MARY ROSE SHEEHAN, 169 Needham St., Newton Highlands Sheey, Olfice Training, Weeks, Bryant 81 Stratton, Home Room Manager, 3, Fashion Show, Q, Commercial Club, Q, 3, 4, Home Economics Club, Q, Clerk, Commercial Club, 3, Presi- dent, Commercial Club, 4, To be content with what l have, but never with what l am. ELENA SHERBUCK, 29 Broadway St., Newtonville See, Pip-Squeek, Academic, Day, Art School, Camera Club, 4, Aviation Club, 2, Basketball, Q, Art Staff ol New- tonian, 4, To present room 120 with a radiator. MARJORIE EVELYN SHINE, 54 Austin St., Newtonville Margie, Midge, Academic, Day, Business School, Camera Club, 4, To discover my ambition. MARGARET IMMACULATE SCHIPANI, 9 Cook St., Newton Margy, Maggie, Miggie, Academic, Day, To become a hair- dresser so that may fix Greta Garbo's locks. FRANCIS BRIGHT SHUSTER, JR., 24 Alban Rd., Waban Fran, Franny, Bruz, Academic, Warren, Bryant 81 Stratton, Indoor Traclc, 4. MILDRED JANE SILVA, 7 Briar Lane, Newtonville Milly, Mil, Blue-eyes, Academic, Day, Chandler School, Drama Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, To be one in a million. A NTOINETTE JOAN SIMONE, 44 Maplewood Ave., Newton Centre Ant, Shorty, Netta, Office Training, Weeks, Bryant 8: Stratton, Glee Club, 1, Q, 3, Outdoor Concert, 1, 9, 3, Commercial Club, Q, 3, To be Fred MacMurray's personal secretary. MARY ROSAMOND SIMPKINS, 17 Aberdeen St., Newton Highlands llossie, Susy, Certificate, Weeks, Boston University School of Journalism, Neophytes, 2, Newtonite, 2, 3, 4, Editorials Edi- , tor, 4, Legislature, Q, Glee Club, 2, Orange Book, 3, Social l Studies Club, 2, 3, Tusitala Club, 4, Track, Q, 3, Gym Meet, 2. Seventy-one it ir ROBERT ERNEST SIMPSON, 83 Hale St., Newton Upper Falls Tiny, Business, Weeks, Honor Roll, 3, None-Look at Macbeth. JOHN JOSEPH SMITH, 1195 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Jack, Smitty, Poco, Certificate, Weeks, Boston University, Aviation Club, 2, Social Studies Club, 3, 4, Senior Play, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, To meet someone who will not say, "What an unusual name," MARJORIE LUCILE SMITH, 15 Churchill Ter., Newtonyille Smitty, Marge, Academic, Day, Washburn, Radio Club, Q, Honor Roll, Q, To Find out why the happiest ol one's days are spent in school. MARTHA L. SMITH, 76 Hyde Ave., Newton Smitty, Windy, Patsy, Academic, Bigelow, Boston University School of Music, Neophytes, Q, Treasurer, Glee Club, Q, 3, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4, Archery Club, Q, 3, German Club, Q, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4, Gym Meet, 3, To be able to spell like Webster. RAY CLIFFORD SMITH, JR., 44 Woodbine St., Auburndale Jim, Business, Warren, Business College, To be a successful business man. WILLIAM F. SMITH, Q26 Fuller St,, West Newton Bill, Ace, Slugger, Academic, St. Mary's High, Tumbling Team, 1, Hockey, 9, Football, 1, Q, Home Room Manager, 3, To manage a champion Fighter, travel, then settle down -maybe. DOROTHY SMITS, 10 Colonial Ave., Newtonville Dot, Office Training, Day, Commercial Club, Chorus, To hear Jack Benny play the Bee on his violin. STANLEY SOLOMONT, 50 Rowena Rd., Newton Centre King, Sully, Sol, Stan, Academic, Weeks, Penn State, Cavalry Club, 4, Legislature, 4, Executive Chairman of Cavalry Club, 4, Home Room Manager, Q, Sophomore Spelling Bee, Q, Honor Ilgoll, Q, Junior-Senior Prize-Speaking, 3, To play on Olympic o o team. CONSTANCE EMILY SOMERS, 49 Wade St., Newton Highlands Connie, Pickie, Sonnie, Academic, Weeks, Junior College, Glee Club, Chorus, To live in the house by the side ol the road and be a friend to man. FREDERICK KALLEY SOULE, 90 Hereford Rd., Waban Ted, Fred, Academic, Warren, Nichols Junior, Ski Team, 3, 4, Chorus, 3 4, Newtonite Sports Reporter, 3, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Home Room Manager, 2, To be on the Olympic ski team. Seventy-two PATRICIA BRIDGE SPAULDING, 63 Page Rd., Newtonville Pat, Patty, Certificate, Day, Miss Wheelock, Band, 9, 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Ensemble, 4, Traffic Squad, Social Studies Club, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse, 3, 4, Tennis, 9, Basketball, Q, Girls' Gym Meet, 2, 3, To pull the Tale of Two Cities. HELEN BROWN SPENCE, 3 Elmwood Pk., Newtonville Red, Spence, Academic, Day, Nasson College, Band, Q, Twirler, Newtonite, 4, English Club, 3, 4, Play, 3, Chairman of Program Committee, 4, Senior Play, Verse-Speaking Choir, Tennis Tournament Q, 3, 4, Winner, 3, Tennis Squad, 3, 4, Gym Meet, Q, 3, Leader, 3. GERTRUDE R, SPIERS,15 Nonantum St., Newton Gert Gertie, Trudy,CertiFicate, Bigelow, Framingham Normal, Glee Club, Q, 4, Outdoor Concert, Q, 4, English Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, Honor Roll, 4, Hockey, 2, Tennis Tournament, 2, 3, 4, Tennis Squad, Q, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 9, 3, 4, To travel. ARTHUR WEBSTER STANWOOD, 356 Woodward St., Waban Art, Language, Warren, Harvard or William and Mary, Na- tional Honor Society, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Boys' Debating Club, 4, Newtonian Art Stall, 3, 4, Newtonite Staff, 4, Art Editor Orange Book, 3, Scholarship Roll, Q 3, Senior Play, 4, Usher for Senior Graduation, 3, To be a little yeastcake and raise the dough. WINONA ELEANOR STARBIRD, 35 Brookdale Rd., Newtonville Winnie, Nona, Certificate, Day, Lasell, Band, 9, 3, 4, Pup- peteers, 2, Math Club, 3, Glee Club, 4, French Club, 4, Microphone, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Soccer, 2, Lacrosse, 3, Newtonite, Q, Archery, 9, 4, Property Committee of Senior Play, 4, To learn to ski like Hannes Schneider. STANLEY PROCTOR STEACIE, 985 Crafts St., Newtonville Stan, Academic, Day, Art School, Intermediate Hockey, 3, To be hair-conditioned. STUART L. STERN, 99 Cotton St., Newton Stu, Stewie, Mathematics, Bigelow, M. l. T., National Honor Society, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4, Drama Board, 4, Execu- tive Council, 4, Drama Club Play, 3, 4, Newtonite, 9, 3, 4, Feature Editor, 4, Newtonian, 4, Legislature Alternate 3, 4, Home Room Manager, 3, Alpha Beta, 2, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, Traffic Squad, 3, 4, Chairman Publicity Committee Drama Club, 4, To make my life one continuous Kijeste. PAUL WILLIAM ST. GEORGE, 58 Elmhurst Rd., Newton Saint, Language, Bigelow, Prep, Harvard or Holy Cross, Radio Club, Secretary, 1, President Technical Division, 2, English Club, 3, Newtonite, 3, Christmas Tree Decoration, 3, Essay Contest Committee, 3, To pass one math test successfully. BARBARA EDITH STINSON, QB Davis Ave., West Newton Stinnie, Language, Warren, Massachusetts School of Art, Archery, 9, Aviation Club, Q, 3, Newtonite, 2, 3, Basketball, 9, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, 4, Traffic Squad, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Newtonian, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Executive Committee, Chairman Stage Committee, Senior Picture Committee, To live on a South Sea lsland. RUTH CAROLINE STREIT, 58 Randlett Pk., West Newton Ruthie, Certificate, White Plains High, N. Y., Katherine Gibbs, Camera Club, 4, Chorus, 4, Outdoor Concert, 4, Archery, 4, To make my hair behave. Seventy-th ree ALBERT I. THOMAS, 20 Emerson St., Newton Al, Language, Bigelow, Boston College, Drama Club, 3, Executive Council, 4, English Club, 3, Newtonite, 3, Tusitala, 4, Band, 2, Neophytes, 2, President, 9, Glee Club, 3, 4, To live a life of service. PHYLLIS FRANCES THOMAS, 1407 Washington St., West Newton Phil, Office Training, Warren, To become a successful busi- ness Vlomd n . Seventy-four ir ir ir JOHN Q. SULLIVAN, 573 Centre St., Newton Sully, Jake, Mr. Blivot, Business, Bigelow, Boston University, Aviation Club, 1, 9, Legislature, 9, Executive Council, 2, Chorus, 1, To follow in the footsteps of King Henry Vlll. TIMOTHY C. SULLIVAN, 19 Albion Pl., Newton Centre Tim, Sully, Business, Weeks, R. C. A. Institute, Indoor Track, 1, Camera Club, 9, Radio Club, Q, Indoor Track Manager, Q, 3, Outdoor Track Manager, 9, To be waiting to help television come around the next corner, WILLIAM JAMES SWEETMAN, 67 Elliot St., Newton Highlands Bill, Business, Brookline High School, Northeastern Business, Football, 9, 3, Baseball, 2, 3, Basketball, 2, 3, To spatter this world with philosophy and sponge it off with thought. CAIRA TARABELLI, 1003 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Cary, Olfice Training, Needham High. JANE HARRIET TAYLOR, 23 Locke Rd., Waban Janie, Academic, Warren, Penn Hall, Gym Meet, 9, Ping- pong Tournament, 9, 3, Social Studies Club, 3, Aviation Club, 3, Fashion Show, 2, Camera Club, 4, Outdoor Con- cert, Q, Chorus, 9, To climb the ladder of success in an elevator. LOUISE MARION TEDESCO, 231 Sheridan St., West Newton Teddy, Office Training, Saint Bernaid's, Glee Club, 1, Basket- ball, 2, Hockey, Q, Commercial Club, 3, 4, Chorus, 2, 4, To travel through China. ROBERT TENNANT, Q56 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Birdy, Bob, Business, Needham, Boston University, Social Studies Club, 2, Baseball, 3, Track, 3, Junior Varsity Football, 1, To get the wrinkles out of prunes. DONALD D. TERLIZZI, 372 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Eddie Cantor, Tooch, Business, Weeks, To become the iron man of golf. H. ALLISON THOMPSON, 1141 Walnut St., Newtonville Al, Doc, Certificate, Weeks, Dartmouth, Football, 2, 3, 4, Intermediates, Q, Varsity, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Hockey, 2, 3, Legis- lature, 4, Orange Shield, 3, 4, Varsity Club, 3, 4, To spend the rest of my days pulling teeth. LEWIS BRADFORD THOMPSON, 1141 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Brad, CertiFicate, Weeks, Dartmouth, Legislature, 9, 3, 4, Orange Shield, 3, 4, Assistant Home Room Manager, Q, Varsity Club, 3, 4, Intermediate Football, 9, Varsity, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Intermediate Hockey, 3, Varsity, 4, To learn the great secret. ANTOINETTE M. TOCCI, 6 Mechanic St., Newton Upper Falls Tony, Ann, Office Training, Weeks, Commercial Club, To be a good traveling secretary. MARTHA LINCOLN TOLMAN, 138 Waban Ave., Waban Language, Hingham High School, Smith College, To be an arclgaeologist with field work either in Greece, Central America or gypt. HUGH MCKELVEY TOMB, 167 Lake Ave., Newton Centre Language, Weeks, Princeton, Business Manager Newtonite, 4, Publications Board, 4, Oran e Shield, 3, 4, Aviation Club, 2, Debating Club, Q, 3, Radio Club, 3, Math Club, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Ski Team, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To see a Newtonite with nothing but ads on page one. ELEANOR TOWNSEND, 50 Lakewood Rd., Newton Highlands Ellie, Townie, Language, Weeks, Mount Holyoke, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Archery, Q, 3, 4, Alpha Beta, 2, English Club, 3, 4, Legislature, 4, Alternate, 3, Library Club, 4, President, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Newtonite, 4, Newtonian, 4, Basketball, 2, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, To miss nothing, but be missed. ALICE T. TRACY, 136 Jewett St., Newton Office Training, Bigelow, Commercial Club, 4, Fashion Show, 2, To see the world. FLORENCE MARIE TRESCA, 43 Jackson St., Newton Centre Flo, Sis, Floie, Office Training, Weeks, Hockey 9, 3, Basket- ball, 9, 3, Baseball, Q, 3, Soccer, 9, 3, Girls' Gym Meet, 3, g'utdoogConcert, 2, Commercial Club, 4, Aviation Club, 4, orus, . l I BETTY HELEN TROW, 49 St. James St., Newton Betsy, Honey, Babe, Academic, Brighton High, Boston Uni- versity, Knitting Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, To finish all that I start to do. GEORGE LOUGHLIN TULLY, JR., 3 Putnam St., West Newton Doc, Language, Warren, Harvard, Junior Varsity Football, Q, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, Band, 3, Legislature Alternate, 4, To play poker with a pack of blue cards. Seventy-five 'A' ir ir ALLAN HACKETT TURNER, Q8 Austin St., Newtonville Al, Alch, Academic, Bigelow, Colby, Intermediate Hockey, 9, Varsity Hockey, 3, 4, All-Scholastic Hockey Team, 4, Lunch- room Squad, 4, Chorus, 2, 4, To sell chairs to the standing army. EDNA DOROTHY UDIN, 61 Wildwood Ave., Newtonville Dot, Academic, Day, Massachusetts Art, Soccer, 9, Gym Meet, Q, Tennis, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, Newtonian, 4. JANE FRANCES UNDERWOOD, 28 Manamet Rd., Newton Centre Janie, Under, Certilicate, Weeks, Stoneleigh, Alpha Beta, Q, English Club, 3, 4, Drama Club, 4, Home Room Manager, 2, Band, Q, 3, Newtonite, 9, Gym Meet, 9, 3, Senior Play, Honor Roll, Q, Basketball, 9, 3, Field Hockey, 9, 3, To be able to sing as well as Kirsten Flagstad. BETTY URBAN, 'IQ6 Church St., Newton Language, Thornton Academy, Maine, Vassar, Senior Play, 4, Newtonian StaFf, 4, Tusitala Club, 3, 4, President, 4, French Club, 4, Library Club, 4, Class Picture Committee, 4, Alpha Beta, 9, Sophomore Spelling Bee, 9, Tennis Tournament, 4, Gym Meet, Q, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Na- tional Honor Society, 4, To write a best seller. BARBARA MARGARET VANNAH, 79 Grasmere St., Newton Bobby, Certificate, Bigelow, Colby, Alpha Beta, Q, English Club, 3, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Aviation Club, 3, Honor Roll, 2, 3, Chorus, 4, Archery, 4, Gym Meet, 3, National Honor Society, 4, To inherit my sister's moccasins. ELEANOR ANN VASSALOTTI, 46 Parsons St., West Newton Vassy, Lolo, Certificate, Day, Greenbriar, Aviation Club, 9, 3, Hockey, 2, 3, Soccer, Q, 3, Basketball Q, 3, Volleyball, 9, 3, Badminton, Q, 3, Outdoor Concert, 4, Chorus, 4, Baseball, Q, 3, To graduate from nursing school. MARION ALICE VAWTER, 'IQ Pembroke St., Newton Academic, Bigelow, Newton Hospital. BARBARA VITELLI, 97 Washington Pk, Newtonville Swing, Academic, Day, To be my own model. FRANK A. VOLPE, 8 Nonantum Pl., Nonantum Frankie, Cuppy, Business, Bigelow, Massachusetts Nautical School, Glee Club, Q, 3, 4, Stage Committee, 3, Lunchroom, 9, To sell Ghandi a clean sheet. EVELYN WILCOX WADDELL, 50 Shaw St., West Newton Evy, Waddle, Language, Warren, Smith, Newtonite, 9, 3, 4, Literary Editor, 4, Newtonian, 3, 4, Copy Editor, 4, Orange Shield, 3, National Honor Society, 3, 4 Treasurer, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4, Legislature, 4, Executive Committee, 4, Library Club, 3, 4, President, 4, English Club, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Girls' Athletic Board, 4, Senior Play, 4, Prize Speaking, 4, Basketball, Q, 3, Archery, Q, 3, Gym Meet, Q, 3, 4, Leader, 3, To understand "Prometheus Unbound." Seventy-:ix FREDERICK FRYE WALKER, 33 Mason Pd., Newton Centre Fred, Certificate, Weeks, Bowdoin, Aviation Club, 3, Spanish Club, 4, Senior Picture Committee, 4, To be a switch-man on a one-track railroad. JOHN WALKER, 363 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Boots, Academic, Weeks, Junior Varsity Baseball, To abolish transparent ham sandwiches, WILLIAM LONG WALKER, 127 Oakleigh Rd., Newton Bill, Certificate, Dover High School, University of Michigan, Varsity Football, Q, Intermediate Hockey, 1, To shine the dome s of bald-headed gentlemen. EDWARD PRIZE WALLACE, 108 Garland Rd., Newton Centre Ed, Language, Weeks, Harvard, Orchestra, Q, 3, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4, Debating Club, 3, 4, President, 4, Math Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Drama Club Play, 3, Senior Play, 4, Newtonite, 4, Newtonian Business Committee, 4, Assistant Football Mana- ger, 3, Manager, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To work hard and make every worthwhile dream come true, JOSEPH GRAFTON WARD, 191 Ward St., Chestnut Hill GraFFYi Academic, Weeks, Boston University, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4, To develop a large real estate business. NORMAN E. WATTS, 14 Victoria Circle, Newton Centre Normie, Wattsie, Wattso, Mathematics, Weeks, Antioch, Legislature Altemate, Varsity Baseball, Manager, Track, Junior Prom Committee, 3, Senior Prom Committee, 4, Home Room Manager, 3, To say something without being misquoted. BARBARA WELLS, Q76 Woodward St., Waban Barb, Certificate, Warren, Amy Sacker, Neophytes Work- shop, 2, Chorus, 4, Badminton, 3, Soccer, Q, Archery, Q, 3, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 3, 4, Basketball, 9, Hockey, Q, English Elub,I 4, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, To travel through Europe on a icyc e. VIRGINIA FEHR WELLS, 120 Collins Rd., Waban Ginny, Gin, Language, Warren, Colby Junior College, Archery, Q, Gym Meet, Q, 3, English Club, 4, To go Blue Mooning every summer. CONSTANCE WHEELER, Q0 Manitoba Rd., Waban Connie, Academic, Weeks, Katherine Gibbs, Radio Club, 3, Camera Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Drama Club Work- shop, 4, To see the world. VIRGINIA WHITCOMB, 49 Howland Rd., West Newton Jinny, Certificate, Warren, Penn Hall, Ping-pong Tourna- ment, 3, Archery, 9, 3, 4, Archery Manager, 4, English Club, 4, Igibragf Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, Gym Meet, 3, Basket- a , . Seventy-.veven ROBERT COFFIN WHITE, 9 Hancock St., Auburndale Bob, Whitey, Academic, Warren, Wentworth lnstitute, Senior Play Committee, 4, To go to the South Pole with Byrd. GEORGE I. WHITEHEAD, JR., 15 Otis Pk, Newtonville Bud, Certificate, Day, Bowdoin, Hockey, 1, Q, 3, 4, Foot- ball, 1, Q, Intermediate, 1, Varsity, Q, To sail a small ship around the world. ELLISTON WHITMORE, 479 California St., Newtonville Elly, Certilicate, Day, Alabama, Neophytes, Q, Chorus, Q, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4, Alpha Gamma Tau, Treasurer, 3, Legislature Alternate, Junior Varsity Football, 9, 3, To own a night club. RICHARD MORIN WHITNEY, 430 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Red, Dick, Thub, Pinky, Rhumba, Mathematics, Day, Nichols, Home Room Manager, Track, 4, Class President, 9, 4, Legisla- ture Alternate, To challenge the world and be victorious. EDITH BARBARA WHITTUM, 10 Columbus Ter., Newton Highlands Bitsie, Whit, Academic, Weeks, Massachusetts Memorial Hospital, Knitting Club, 4, To prove to the kids what a physio- therapist can do. NATALIE MURIEL WILKIE, 11 Hibbard Rd., Newton Peanut, One-hall Pint, Academic, Bigelow, Gym Meet, 9, To be a kindergarten teacher. CONSTANCE EASTMAN WILLIAMS, 1756 Beacon St., Waban Connie, CertiFicate, Warren, Colby Junior, Gym Meet, 9, 3, Executive Committee, 3, Tennis Tournament, 2, 3, Archery, Q, Ping-pong Tournament, Q, English Club, 3, 4, Library Club, 4, To dance indefinitely to Benny Goodman. WALWORTH BRAGDON WILLIAMS, 944 Centre St., Newton Centre Wally, Choo-Choo, Mathematics, Weeks, Yale, Band, 9, 3, 4, Orchestra, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, 3, Home Room Manager, 4, Orange Book, 3, Senior Play ommittee, 4, Chair- man Properties Committee Senior Play, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Stage Committee, 4, Manager Ski Team, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 4, To make the railroads pay. ROBERT SAMUEL WILLIAMSON, 63 Southgate Pk., West Newton Bob, Willy, Swede, Business, Warren, Boston University, Assistant Manager Track, 9, Manager Track, 3, Orange Book Staff, 3, Newtonian Staff, 4, Senior Play Committee 4, Chair- man Publicity Committee Senior Play, 4, Aviation Club, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, Honor Roll, 3, Drama Board, 4, To be a newspaper reporter, combining the best features of Walter Winchzll and Bill Cunningham. cARoLvN LUCILE WILLMARTH 105 chsfiesbsnk Ra., Newton Lucile, Office Training, Bigelow, Boston University, Com- mercial Club, Q, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, Chorus, Q, Outdoor Concert, Q, Honor Roll, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To raise money For a tunnel from buildings 1 to Q. Seventy-eight JESSE LEE WILSON, B7 Austin St., Nevvtonville Jess, Little Ox, Mathematics, Day, M. l. T., Secretary Radio Club, Q, 3, Microphone Club, 4, Sophomore Usher, 9, Lunch- room Squad, 4, Varsity Football, 4, Business Committee Senior Play, 4, Assistant Home Room Manager, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, To never cease learning. GERALDINE WISBACH, 30 Broadway St., Newtonville Gerrie, Certificate, Day, Leland Powers, Vice-President Sophomore Class, Q, Vice-President Senior Class, 4, President of Neophytes, Q, Legislature, 9, 3, Tennis Team, 9, 3, Execu- tive Board, Q, 4, Vice-President Social Studies Club, 4, New- tonian, 4, Honor Roll, Q, To be a premier ballerina in the Russian Ballet. MARGARET CAROLINE WISNER, 19 Ransom Rd., Newton Centre Pat, Certificate, Science Hill High School, Sweetbriar, To be the world's champion ice skater. WILLIS MARTIN WITNIYER, 169 Lexington St., Auburndale Billy, Bill, Academic, Warren, Boston University, Junior Varsity Baseball, Q, Intermediate Hockey, 2, Chorus, Q, To have someone will me a million dollars. MARJORIE ALDRICH WOODROUGH, 79 Arlington St., Newton Margie, Jerry, Certificate, Brighton High School, Lasell, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Chorus, 4, To win a sailboat race. LAWRENCE 1. WOODS, 14 Jameson Rd., Newton Larry, Shorty, Woodsie, Certiticate, Bigelow, Massachusetts Nautical School, Safety Squad, 2, 4, Camera Club, 2, Home Room Manager, 3, Ski Team Manager, 'l, 4, Chorus, 4, To go to sea and still be true to one girl. VIRGINIA MARGARET YOUNG, 66 Highland Ave., Newtonville Gin, Ginny, Ginger, Academic, Day, Aviation Club, Q, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Camera Club, 4, Archery, 3, To fly around the world in my own plane. MIRIAM HUNTINGTON ZIEGLER, 'l8'l Windsor Rd., Waban Mimi, Language, Warren, Wellesley, Neophytes Workshop, 9, Archery, 9, 4, Badminton, 3, Soccer, 2, Gym Meet, 2, 3, English Club, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 3, 4, Secretary-Treas- urer, 4, Chorus, 4, National Honor Society, 4, To travel with Barb through Europe on a bicycle. Seven tv-nine 'A' 'A' JOSEPH ARDUINO 719 Boylston St., Newton Highlands Joe, Mike, Business, Weeks, To be a tailor on the Figi Islands. RALPH BARRY, JR. 935 Auburn St., Auburndale Brother, Business, Warren, Springfield, Track, To become a physical instructor at some athletic club or Y. M. C. A. KENNETH JOSEPH FlNNELL 16 Gardner St., Newton Finelli, Business, Bigelow, To see a wrestling match that isn't in the bag. MARGUERITE FAIRBAIRN HARRISON 863 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Pe8SY1 Office Training, Miss Allen School, Portia Law, To be a concert singer. JAMES KENNETH JOYCE 88 Devonshire St., Waban Jigger, Academic, Warren, Kansas State, To stay single. ANDRENS PAUL KLAUER 85 Floral St., Newton Highlands Academic, Somerville High School, To be a detective. PAUL MACUSTY 171 Cherry St., West Newton Mac, Business, Warren, Golf, 4, Baseball, Q, 3, 4, Junior Varsity, 2, 3, Intermediates, 4, To be a champion at pocket billiards. JOHN VINCENT MASTROPIERI 1130 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Academic, Weeks, To become the golf champ of the world. STANLEY VAN NORDAN POPE 9 Warren Ter., Newton Centre Mathematics, Weeks, New England Aviation School, To be an aeronautical engineer NICHOLAS SRODA 45 Mechanic St., Newton Upper Falls Nlclc, The Russian, Business, Weeks, To get ahead. RICHARD TENNEY 31 Knowles St., Newton Centre Dick, Language, Sacred Heart School, Boston College, Home Room Manager, 1, Alternate to Legislature, 1, Lunchroom Squad, 4, A pha Gamma Tau, 3, To be a successful business man. Eighty ir 'A' CLASSMATE WHO HAS DIED ALBERT JOHN BIANCHI Born February 3, 1918. Died March 23, 1936 Eighty-one JLJNICDR CDFFICERS I-IISTORY QF TI-IE JUNIOR CLASS I-IIS year has found the Junior class well established in the life of Newton I-ligh School, having successfully passed through the maze of new rules and strange regulations marking our timid entrance. Following our Sophomore Acquaintance Dance in the early fall, we elected our class officers: President, William Johnstoni Vice-President, Paul Robeyf Secretary, Beverly Booth, Treasurer, Donald Bail. These were formally introduced to us by Miss Riley, our class adviser, at the Sopho- more Prize-Speaking Contest in February. This, marking the first use of original essays in the oratorical contest, was won by Juliette I-larvey and Lee Pattison. Our excellence has been prominently marked, not only in scholastic records but also in extra- curricular activities, Many Juniors were on The Newtonite staff, while the club records show we have been taking a deep interest there. One of our members, Ann Reynolds, played the difficult role of leading lady in the annual Drama Club play, "Three-Cornered Moon." We also furnished much material for the athletic teams. Then, too, our class dance was a socially satisfying and efficiently managed gathering. Our officers, elected in the latter part of our Sophomore year, are: President, Juliette I-larvey, Vice-President, Robert Myers, Secretary, Ernest Colantonio, Treasurer, Doris Mergendahl. Surveying our past record of participation and high standing, it is with no little feeling of assurance and hopefulness that we, the class of '38, look forward to a successful senior year. Eighty-four JUNIOR STATISTICS' One Who l'las Done Most for Junior Class: Most Popular: Best Loolring: Friendliest: Most Athletic: NORMAN ROSS JULIETTE HARVEY MARK MESSIER ANN REYNOLDS JACK LANE BETTY BURROWS PAUL ROBEY JOAN CUNNINGI-IAM WILLIAM JOHNSTON LORRAINE STICKNEY Eighty-five SCDPI-IOMCDIQE CDFFICEPS Tl-lE SGPI-IOMCDRE CALENDAR September 74, 1936. The First day of school Mr. Elicker, Mr. Green, Barclay Feather, President of the Associates, and Miss Riley welcomed us in the Assembly Hall. October 27, 1936. Each and every Sophomore had his picture taken during home room period. We are now on the official school records. October 23, 7936. Sophomore Get-Acquainted Party'-Three hundred present and many new friendships formed. December 23, 7936. Enthusiastic Sophomores thronged the auditorium for the Christmas Assembly. School groups furnished appropriate music. January 73, 1937. Senior Play Preview Assembly. February 70, 7937. Sophomore Prize-Speaking Contest, won by Aura Kern-"A Day with a Movie Star," and William Starlc- "We, the Youth." February 70, 7937. Sophomore Class Officers introduced: President, Thomas Burkhard, Vice-President, Albert Everts, Secretary, Joan O'l-lara, and Treasurer, Herbert Bernard. February 72, 7937. From three till Five o'clock in the afternoon shy boys lined the walls of Newton's gymnasium. The occasion? None less than the Sophomore Valentine Dance! March 77, 7937. The Sophomore Thespians, better known as the Neophytes, entertained us in assembly with their performance of "Spreading the News." Eighty-si x SOPI-IOIVICDRE STATISTICS One Who Has Done Most for Sophomore Class: THOMAS BURKHARD RUTH LUCAS Most Popular: DONALD FORTE JOAN O'I-IARA Best Loolring: JACK SUNDBORG DAWN EATON Friendliest: HERBERT PACKARD LILIAN RAILSBACK Most Athletic: WILLIAM PESCOSOLIDO ERMINIA MANCINI Eighty-:ev n 'A' 1112 - 'III f J 2 ff , I , E-I5 I "IN THE NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL, SIR, WE ARE MUCH CONCERNED WITH OUR SOCIAL GROWTH. TO THIS END, WE OFFER MANY AND VAR I E D EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. ir "MAY I NEXT PRESENT THE ORGANIZATIONS AND CLUBS WHICH OFFER OPPOR- TUNITIES FOR THIS SOCIAL GROWTH BY ENABLING EVERY PUPIL TO FOLLOW HIS OWN HOBBY AND INTERESTS. THE SUCCESS OF THESE CLUBS IS LARGELY THE RESULT OF STUDENT INITIA- TIVE." ir 'Ir uk 'lr Il'l N M fX NEWTCDNIAN STAFF Ninety ir ir EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, Jane Dealy. BUSINESS MANAGER, Chester Newev: STAFF: Paul MacGrath, Richard Palmer, Henry Fagan. FEATURES EDITOR, Leon Lipsonf STAFF: Norman Ross, Stuart Stern, Mitchell Marcus, Nancy Flagg, Betty Urban. CIRCULATION MANAGER, Barbara Bancroft, STAFF: Ann Hitchcock, Jerry Basler, Edith Pratt, Barbara Stinson, Barclay Feather, Grace Ver Planck, Earl Colvin, Constance Ballou, Alice Drury, Jerry Harvey, Geraldine Graves, Peggy Burk- hard. COPY EDITOR, Evelyn Waddell, STAFF: Eleanor Townsend, Jeanne Budding. HISTORIES EDITOR, Francis Donovan, STAFF: Jaclc Perry, Albert Thomas, Susanna Cushman. ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR, Malcolm Hardy, STAFF: Geraldine Wisbach, Elmer Greenleaf, Virginia Hardy. DATA EDITOR, Fiora Mariotti, STAFF: Nancy Marvin, Janet Anderson. PROOF EDITOR, Betty Ferguson, STAFF: Anne Livingstone, Dorothy Goldstein. SPORTS EDITOR, Bernard Ericson, STAFF: Lincoln Morton James Dealy, Paul Fowler, Robert Williamson, Mary Doyle. ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER, Earle Carleton. ART EDITOR, Olive Cunningham, STAFF: Arthur Stanwood, Lee Sherbuclr. The scene pictured below is a meeting of Newtonian editors Cin one of its more quiet momentsl Caught by the camera as they sat surrounded by papers and bursting with ideas, the editors plainly show the worlc and fun involved in producing this year book. Ninety-one ir 'A' Ti-IE NEWTQNIAN I-llS year's Newtonian statf, with the advantage ol the experience of twenty- seven previous administrative groups, here presents to you the result of its labor. Under the able leadership of editor-in-chief, Jane Dealy, the funda- mental purpose of this publication has been carried out: that is, to leave with the graduating class a vivid reminder of the days spent at Newton High School. ln an ampliFication of this primary design, some innovations of last year have been continued. These include Sophomore and Junior class statistics, also more photographs, such as those of home room manager and representatives to the legislature. This year's Newtonian assembly, an annual affair welcomed by the student body, was received with unusual eagerness. Modeled on the plan of the "March of Time" program, it humorously portrayed high lights of the school year in which the annual played an important role. The predominating theme of this year book is to present the school, in all its numerous activities, to a visitor from our neighboring planet, Mars. An out- standing addition is the photomontage consisting of glimpses, both humorous and serious, of student life. To you, then, Martian visitors and readers, the 1936-1937 staff of the Newtonian, under the expert guidance of Mr. Sterling Williams, offers this volume as the result of its efforts to make it the most outstanding of the long line of Newtonians. Editor-in-Chief, JANE DEALY Adviser, STERLING WILLlAMS ir 'A' 'ir Tl-IE NEWTGNITE Editor-in-Chief, RICHARD LOVELL Faculty Advisers, LESTER WILLIAMS, CARL BIRMINGHAM, FLORA SMITH OLUME XV ol The Newtonite made many improvements in long-followed customs. While no radically new Features appeared, old methods were definitely modernized under the editorship of Richard Lovell. Among improvements was the attempt at more balanced layout on all pages and a presentation of a complete picture of school activity. The "Feature Page," while abandoning the weekly "Newton Nite News," has included many pop- ular columns, such as "Flagg Stones" and the "Agony Column." The "Supple- ment" and "Literary Pages" have been distinctive, although for diFlerent reasons. The "Sport Page" has had much more care given to layout and has included ac- curate reports of many girls' sports. "Sports Topics" has viewed, in a Fresh and vigorous style, many events in the changing scenes of sport. An unusual number of sports' action-pictures were published. Much credit for their assistance is due the faculty advisers: "Publication," Lester Williams, "Business," Carl Bir- mingham, "Literary," Flora Smith. The Newtonite charms for distinguished service to the paper were awarded to the following staff members: Theodore Barnett, Earle Carleton, Jane Dealy, Barclay Feather, Allan Gordon, Leon Lipson, Stanton Loring, James Martin, Richard Massell, Elmer Ross, Rosamond Simpkins, Stuart Stern, Hugh Tomb, and Evelyn Waddell. ir Ninety-three ir TI-IE1936-1937 "ORANGE BOOK" HE "Orange Book," expertly directed by Miss Caroline M. Doonan and Miss Katherine Curtis, celebrated its 15th anniversary by increasing its cir- culation one hundred copies. Through the medium of this compact, complete manual, the athletic teams were able to keep track of last year's records, the Legis- lature succeeded in following the Constitution, and new pupils discovered clubs and learned school regulations. The statf was fortunate in having as one of its members an amateur photog- rapher, Walworth Williams, who took several pictures of the school, two of which were chosen to be placed in the front of the book. The cover designed by Olive Cunningham was chosen from a group submitted to Arthur Stanwood, the Art Editor. Those who undertook the work of reporting the school's organizations and activities were Ann Sanguinetti, Geraldine Wisbach, and Robert Patey, sports: Earl Carleton, Fiora Mariotti, Rosamond Simpkins, Walworth Williams, and Robert Williamson. The typists who prepared the manual for the printer were Mary Byrne and Eleanor Morse. Those in charge of selling the book were John Per- kins, Jack Perry, his Assistant-Business Manager, Allen Gordon, and Walworth Williams. The staff sincerely hopes that next year's "Orange Book" will enjoy an even greater success. Editor-in-Chieh JOHN A. PERKINS Business Manager, JOHN M. PERRY Faculty Adviser, CAROLINE M, DOONAN, assisted by KATHERINE Cuieris ir ir TI-IE EXECUTIVE CGUNCII. l-lE Executive Council of Newton l-ligh School is composed primarily of student and faculty representatives from each of the eight diFlerent admin- istrative boards ol the school associates. lts authority extends to such matters as the granting of charters to new clubs, the levying of taxes, making of appropria- tions, the initiation and also approval of all regular legislation, the passing of any emergency legislation, and the formulation of the policies of the administra- tive boards. In general, the Council is in control of student activities. The Executive Council's membership for the year 1936-1937 is given below. Miss Bigelow Constance Ballou Stuart Stern Miss Burdon Barbara Bancroft Albert Thomas Mr. Foster Beverly Booth Mr. Mergendahl Mr. Green Alice Drury Miss Riley Mr. Kidger Barclay Feather Miss South Mrs. Kuntz Seth Fitchet Mr. Thurber Mr. Maxim Fletcher l-latch Miss White Basil Babcock Richard Lovell Mr. Wilson Ni nety-fi ve ir ir TI-IE LEGISLATURE l-lE LEGISLATURE is the representative governing body of the school, and as such has been primarily responsible for many improvements in this institu- tion. It is composed of representatives, two elected from each Senior home room, one from each Junior room, and one for every two Sophomore rooms. The Presi- dent of the Newton l-ligh School Associates presides at the monthly meetings of these youthful solons. Much of the less conspicuous business of our school is transacted by eight administrative boards, the most important of which are the Board of Finance, the Publications Board, and Civic Affairs Board, There is also a board for Boys' Athletics and one for Girls' Athletics. The remaining boards attend to matters of Dramatics, Music, and Social Affairs. This year the Legislature approved charters for a Science Activities Club and a Girls' Knitting Club, and also voted for certain changes in letter require- ments for boys participating in football and track. As a result of persistent agitation on the part of its members, an improvement was brought about in our cafeteria by fostering a spirit of more co-operation on the part of the students. Ni nety-six it 'lr Tl-IE ASSOCIATES President, BARCLAY FEATHER Clerk, BEVERLY BOOTH Boys' Vice-President, CHESTER NEWEY Treasurer, THEODORE DUFFEY Girls' Vice-President, BARBARA BANCROFT HE constitutional convention of 1994 gave birth to the Newton High School Associates, in which organization every enrolled student is a member. Chosen according to population, the members of the Legislature, which meets once each month, represent the Associates in their government. Among the duties of the president is that of presiding at meetings of the Legislature and certain assemblies, appointing the administrative boards, and acting as an ex-officio member on committees of the Legislature. ln his absence, the boys' vice-president is at the head of the Legislature, and presides over special assemblies, also, he is the nominal presiding olilicer at the boys' assembly. The girls' vice-president takes charge of the girls' assembly, and, if both president and boys' vice-president are absent, she shoulders their duties. The rolls and minutes of the Legislature are under the direction of the clerk, as is all school correspondence. Both vice-presidents are members of the Civic Affairs Board, which super- vises the Christmas Dinner Box Campaign, directed by the Legislature. The Orange Book, guide ol the school, is also under the sponsorship of the Legisla- ture. Measures accepted by the Legislature receive Final approval in the Executive Council, consisting of some student and some faculty members. Ninety-seven 'A' ir TI-IE ORANGE SHIELD AST year the Civics Board initiated and organized the Orange Shield. The aim of this group is to maintain and further, in Newton High School, the traditions of honesty and lair dealing, Despite the fact that the members, chosen for outstanding achievement and interest in school affairs, are named by the Civics Board alone, some still hope that a place in this society may be considered a very high honor. For the year of 1936-'I 937 the members from each class were the following: Seniors: Vincent Anderson, Martha Anderson, Constance Ballou, Barbara Bancroft, Jeanne Budding, Peggy Burlchard, Barbara Collins, Jane Dealy, Mary Doyle, Barclay Feather, Charles Furneaux, Gladys Greenbaum, Ann Hitchcock, Leonard LeSourd, Leon Lipson, Richard Lovell, Janet Merrill, Chester Newey, John Perry, Marcelia Rennard, Allison Thompson, Bradford Thompson, Hugh Tomb, Richard Whitney, Geraldine Wisbach. Juniors: Donald Bail, Harry Bond, Beverly Booth, Virginia Brown, Irene Butchart, Ernest Colantonio, James Dealy, Ellis Dierdorii, Donald Emig, Nancy Flagg, Shirley Fuller, Dorothy Gardner, Juliette Harvey, Frank Hines, William Johnston, Eugene Leger, Doris Mergendahl, Robert Myers, Paul Newcomb, Ann Reynolds, Philip Richards, Norman Ross, Fred Sera, Grace VerPlanclc, Enrico Visco, Ann Wright. Sophomores: Herbert Bernard, Arline Bremer, Thomas Burkhard, Gerard Callanan, Doris Carter, Sterling Coleard, Emmerline Conant, Miriam Cronin, Henry DeRushe, Barbara Doten, John Durlcee, Margaret Dwight, Albert Everts, Harold Fisher, Mary Flynn, John Hoilo, Charles Lawson, Constance Linberg, Margaret MacMullin, Daniel Needham, Phyllis Petrie, William Prowten, Ruth Putnam, Donald Smith, Rosario Tedesco. ir ir TI-IE NATICDNAI. I-ICDNOR SOCIETY President, RICHARD LOVELL Secretary, FRANCIS DONOVAN Vice-President, BARBARA BANCROFT Treasurer, EVELVN WADDELL Faculty Adviser, Miss RIDEOUT HE National Honor Society in Newton High School is a chapter of a na- tional organization established for the purpose of honoring those pupils who best uphold the standard and ideals of our school. It is comprised of Five per cent of the Junior Class and Fifteen per cent of the Senior Class, chosen by the faculty from the upper twenty-five per cent of each class on the basis of char- acter, service, leadership, and scholarship. The new members are inducted into the society in the spring of each year by a ceremony which is so widely known for its impressiveness that our chapter has been asked to give a demonstration of it to aid other cities and towns which have recently added chapters to their schools. This is not an organization for social purposes, but, under the guidance of Miss Rideout, the faculty adviser, it renders as much service to the school as possible. Some of its members are helpers in the building otfices, they act as guides on Parents' Night, directing our visitors to the proper rooms, and they form the nucleus of the lunchroom squad. Membership in this society is one of the highest honors the school can oF'Fer. Ninetv-nine ir 'Ir Tl-IE POST-GRADUATE CLASS HE Post-Graduates are a truly privileged and select group at Newton High School. Their membership is never above fifty, and usually dwindles as the year passes. They are permitted to return to the High School for another year, because they lack the requirements to enter their chosen higher institutions of learning. Next year they will enter these with a feeling of security and a firm step, for they have the excellent foundation of a high school training enhanced by a further year of study. Due chiefly to the fact that its aims are scholastic, the Post-Graduate class participates in few extra-curricular activities. However, it takes part in all musical organizations at school, such as the band, the orchestra, and the glee clubs, lt also shows zealous interest in the affairs of other groups, and among the supporters of athletic or dramatic events one can always find numerous Post- Graduates. Although any recognition of Miss Leathers does not appear until the bottom of this article, she unobtrusively makes everyone realize that she is at the head of the Post-Graduates. Under the official title of Faculty Adviser, she con- scientiously guides them throughout the year. Faculty Adviser, Miss ANNE LEATHERS One Hundred it ir 'A' Tl-IE SENICDR PLAY N January, the Senior class became the First amateur group to present "Libel," a play popular in New York last year. This drama, a serious one, involves the trial of a newspaper in a case ol a libel allegedly made against Sir Mark Loddon, admirably portrayed by Gordon French. Leon Lipson, as the Gazette lawyer, was convincingly sarcastic and forceful, while Loddon's advocate was a kindly, humorous gentleman in the person of Bernard Ericson. The respective assistant attorneys were well done by Stanton Loring and Malcolm l-lardy, as were the Canadian soldier, portrayed by Edward Wallace, the oft-married lower-class English girl, by Ann Sanguinetti, the heavily accented Belgian doc- tor, whose French was quite Fluent, played by John MacNayr. Robert Nolan's pompous but humorous judge was well received. Evelyn Waddell creditably executed the role of Lady Loddon. Jury, both sides' Friends, and attendants provided the living background forthe scene. We commend Miss Haworth, the coach, not only for the success of one of the most difficult plays ever given here, but also because every word was heard all over the auditorium. Mr. Peterson and the stage crew worked long tofcreate the accurate setting upon which the realistic presentation depended. One Hundred One 'A' ir DRAMA CLUB l-lE Drama Club is one of the most popular and most valuable organizations in the school. The principal production of the year was Gertrude Tonlco- nogy's "Three-Cornered Moon," starring Ann Reynolds and William Copeland. George Jamison, '36, and George Kenngott, '36, addressed the club at the October meeting and presented some worthwhile points on makeup and facial expression. ln November Mrs. Elicker gave a selected group of short mono- logues. The Annual Christmas Party for all was held in the Assembly Hall, and the Drama Club presented "Dust of the Road." At the February meeting a short play called "The Curtain" was given in the Assembly l-lall. Susan Glaspell's "TriFles" was performed in April. Ann Sanguinetti coached the English Club play. At each meeting Stuart Stern gave reviews of current Film and stage suc- cesses. The Drama Club workshop functioned silently throughout the entire year and were busy at all plays. The workshop is made up of four general commit- tees, makeup, property, costume, and stage, all indispensable to the club. Eleanor Townsend served as chairman of the workshop groups and Miriam Ziegler was Secretary-Treasurer. Through these varied presentations and the helpfulness of the committees, the Drama Club has this past season enriched the dramatic versatility of our school. President, ELMER Ross Secretary, ANN RREYNOLDS Vice-President, GLADYS COFFIN Treasurer, JACK PERRY Faculty Adviser, Miss LoulsE WETHERBEE ir 'lr DRAMA CLUB PLAY l-llS year's major Drama Club presentation, "Three-Cornered Moon," was enacted on March 5th and 6th. Though a stream-lined Farce, it was a no less diilicult undertaking than plays of former season. All the action occurred in the household of the scatter-brained Rimplegar family, centering about the principal character, Elizabeth, which Ann Reynolds portrayed with versatility. The other members of the well-known triangle were Donald, an aesthetic novelist, played by Jack Perry, and Allan Stevens, a young doctor who was the sole stabilizing inFluence in the hectic household, convinc- ingly portrayed by William Copeland. Jack Koughan played the part of Ed, Stuart Stern, that of Kenneth, and James Jamison, that of Douglas. Mrs. Rimple- gar, who presided over her children in a motherly Cif not etiicientb way was expertly played by Louise Mann. After Mrs. Rimplegar lost all the family wealth in the stock market, her impetuous children took over the Finances. Elizabeth sustained the general morale and Stevens supervised matters, Donald "just went on dreaming." ln the end Elizabeth was attracted to Stevens, Donald walked out, and the curtain descended as the lovers embraced amid domestic tumult. The success of the production was attributable in large measure to the inval- uable aid of the stage committee, the Drama Club Workshop, and Miss Wetherbee. One Hundred Three 'A' ir TI-lE ENGLISH CLUB HE English Club, oldest club in the school, was organized in 1919 by Pro- fessor Charles Swain Thomas, head of the English department at that time. This organization, open to all eligible'Juniors and Seniors, has always exemplified the best of Newton High School's traditions, and has one of the largest member- ships of the school's clubs. Among the speakers at the regular meetings were Mrs. Walter Jamison, Mrs. Francis Flagg, Dr. Cueorge Davis, and Spencer Beresford, a Harvard University student. The club was the guest of the Drama Club at its Christmas play. At each meeting Theodora Klein reviewed some outstanding book. At the annual Senior assembly, the club presented Rollo Walter Brown, author and brilliant Lecturer, who spoke on his personal friend, Edward Arling- ton Robinson, the poet. To celebrate the twenty-Fifth anniversary, the January meeting was in the form of a tea, with the founder, Charles Swain Thomas, as guest speaker. All programs were planned by Helen Spence and committee. The club also sponsored the annual Prize-Speaking Contest and one-act play, "The Tantrumf' and the Essay and Verse Contest. As is customary, a sum of money was given to the school library. President, JANE DEALY Secretary, MARCELIA RENNARD Vice-President, EVELYN WADDELL Treasuser, FRANCIS DONOVAN Faculty Adviser, Miss E. Louise RICHARDSON ir ir ENGLISH CLUB PLAY FTER the Junior-Senior Prize-Speaking Contest on April Q, the English Club presented its annual one-act comedy to a large and appreciative audi- ence. Thanks to the latent abilities displayed by the cast, the play, entitled "The Tantrum," was a riotous success. Ann Sanguinetti showed that she was an able Coach, while Miss Wetherbee added her individual touches. The incomparable Bob Nolan, as Tim, decided that he would not be out- done by a cousin of his when it came to throwing "tantrums." So, when his cousin Geneva Cl-lelen Spencel came to visit for the summer, he practiced his little pranks on her. Tim's sister, Bunny Clilaine Coynej, had her romance with Allan Kennedy CWilliam CopelandD almost broken up when Geneva continually made eyes at Allan. l-lowever, little Timmy Finally won out and had "Jenny" inthe kitchen, washing dishes, and the Bunny-Allen romance again ran smoothly. GraceVerPlanck and Junie Buttrick as Paula and Roger made the ideal married couple, while Barbara Levine's "Aunt Linnie" was convincing. Also in the Cdst were Jane Underwood, Peggy Clayton, Lyman Robinson, and David Burtwell. The success of this Fine production is attributable also to the numerous and efficient committees and their able faculty supervisors. One Hundred Five ir it JUNIOR-SENICDR PRIZE-SPEAKING CONTEST Natalie Salter, '37, and Leon Lipson, '37, were victorious in the annual English Club Junior- Senior Prize-Speaking Contest held on April Q. The other con- testants were Evelyn Waddell, Lois Currie, Juliette l-larvey, Malcolm l-lardy, Bruce George, and Robert Myers. l FRESI-IMAN-SOP!-IOIVTORE PRIZE-SPEAKING One Hundred Six CONTEST The annual Freshman-Sopho- more Prize-Speaking and Essay Contest, sponsored by Alpha Beta, was held on February 'lO. Aura Kern, '39, and William Stark, '39, were the winners. The other participants were Bar- bara Tower, Barbara Beyer, Mar- jorie Wood, Daniel Needham, Paul Crocker, and Edmund Miller. ALPI-IA BETA President, GILBERT GOULD Secretary, JEAN ROBERTS Vice-President, MILDRED MCCONNELL Treasurer, HAROLD WOODS Faculty Adviser, FRANCES THUMIN OUNDED in 1991 by Samuel P. Thurber, Alpha Beta is a Sophomore English Club. As its chief activity Alpha Beta sponsors a sophomore prize-speaking contest. Until last year it was a contest in interpretative reading, as pupils mem- orized selections from literature and recited them before a group of judges. Last year the plan was changed, and the contestants now write their own themes and are judged on voice, stage presence, and quality of the composition itself. At a Sophomore assembly two, a boy and a girl, were chosen from the eight finalists and received awards at the March meeting of Alpha Beta. Under the competent leadership of Miss Frances Thumin and the officers, the club has enjoyed many delightful programs. At one of the first Mr. Green gave an entertaining travel talk supplemented with moving pictures. Later, Mr. Lamoine Boyle, writer of short stories as well as a member of the faculty, told of many of his experiences in that field. At another meeting Mrs. Lorraine Holmes spoke about her experiences on a trip out West. Before Christmas the Drama Club entertained Alpha Beta with one of its incomparable plays. One Hundred Seven 'A' at THE INIEOPI-IYTES l-IE NEOPHYTES is the popular Sophomore dramatic club. Membership is gained by try-outs held in the Fall ofthe year, when participants are judged on their ability and general interpretation of their selections. The club program consists of a speaker or a play at each monthly meeting. This year, "I-le and She" and "Two Crooks and a Lady" were the featured plays. At one of the meetings Miss Mary Dacey, a radio artist, gave an illus- trated lecture on malce-up, and, on another occasion, Mr. Cutting, one of our English teachers, gave a short tallc on "Why Produce Plays?" The Neophytes annually sponsor a Sophomore assembly. This year on St. Patriclcs Day vve shared the program with the Puppeteers. Our production was a one-act Irish play entitled "Spreading the News," written by Lady Gregory. Felix Rogers and Marjorie Wood starred in this presentation and were supported by an excellent cast. The club members voted to buy a set of books of one-act plays to present to the school library. Our faculty adviser, Miss Jessie Southard, who has been in charge of the club For six years, helps and encourages promising actors to develop any talent they may have. President, RUTH LUCAS Secretary, GENEVIEVE HANSEN Vice-President, FELIX ROGERS Treasurer, MARJORiE MCMULLEN Faculty Adviser, Miss JESSIE Souri-IARD One Hundred Eight ir 'lr TLJSITAI-A CLUB President, BETTY URBAN Secretary-Treasurer, ROBERT NOLAN Vice-President, From NlARIOTTI Adviser, Miss Num l-lE Tusitala Club, now in its second year, continues to champion creative writing. New members were chosen in October and February by merit of their manuscripts. Our illuminating meetings were heightened, not only by our singular mem- bers but also by the singular adviser, Miss Helen E. Nute. Works submitted were varied in nature and often subject to hearty discussion. The Newtonitelv fea- ture page was once composed by the club, proving that many hands mean better work. Single articles in the school's paper were also edited. Among the seasons' worthy achievements are the club's booklet, The Ink- ling, and the appearance of a play written by one of our Former members, Porter Jarrell, and produced at the Drama Club's Final meeting held in conjunction with the Tusitala Club. Also for the second successive year, prize-winners in the English Club's Essay and Verse Contest emerged from our ranks. Our president snapped a verbal whip on the more responsive parts of Pegasus, and creative literature has moved at a fast clip. A spirited trip to the spirited Mikado concluded our triumphant season. We have had an enjoyable, profitable year and bear all promise of having one equally successful following our next enrollment. One Hundred Nine 'A' ak LE cERcLE FRANCAIS E CERCLE FRANQAIS aims to help its members practice spealcing French and learn more about France and her people. Students who have had at least one full year ofthe subject are eligible, and members Find the club a most interest- ing, cultural, and practical organization. This year the club has enjoyed a variety of programs. At the First meeting the president, Constance Ballou, explained the purpose and activities of the club for the ensuing year. At the next meeting two amusing plays were given: the First, "Le Medecin Mystifief' in which Ruth Carter, Jane Leighton, and Winona Starbird took part, the second, "La Poupeef' in which Eileen O'Brien and Eleanor Shea shared honors. At the same meeting Martha Lane entertained the members with a short talk on "Le Midi de la France." At another meeting the club had the special privilege of listening to an informal tallc by a charming native French girl, Evelyn Shaw, who is spending this year in the United States. Then a French silent Film, very courteously loaned by the French Line of Boston, was enjoyed by those attending the February meeting. This Film portrayed Northern and Central France. In general, French songs and games are a regular feature ofthe club activities throughout the year. President, CONSTANCE BALLOL1 Secretary, BETTE DAY Vice-President, MARTHA LANE Treasurer, JOAN BRIDEY Faculty Adviser, Miss M. ROBERTA MILLER One Hundred Ten ir 'Ir SPANISH CLUB President, ALAN GORDON Vice-President, STANLEY GRUBER Secretary, JACK BLAKE Treasurer, JOHN BYRNE Reporter, JEAN FLETCHER HE Spanish Club, founded by Senora Marion l-laslem, is now under the able supervision of Senor Francisco Argento. Because there are comparatively few pupils taking Spanish, the membership is naturally small, but this does not detract from the club's important activities. The meetings are conducted entirely in Spanish, thus requiring a great deal of preparation and planning on the part of those participating in the programs. During the year many short plays were given, in order to better acquaint the members with the customs of the Spanish-speaking countries and people, and the colloquiallisms of their language. This year we were very fortunate in having several members who had just returned from Panama. They gave several unusual reports concerning that country, these talks were thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended. ln December the group vvas the guest of the Drama Club at the production of the annual Christmas play. One of the last meetings was a party, at which everyone had a most enjoyable time. The past year has been a successful one for the Spanish Club, and all its members have profited both in knowledge and entertainment. One Hundred Eleven ir 'A' Tl-IE GERMAN CLUB HE German Club of 1936-1937 has been a successful continuation of the four previous years. Advanced and elementary students are at all times welcome. ln October the meeting was given over to a most interesting talk on "Germany and the Olympics," by Mr. Drake of the school guidance department. l-le has spent several summers in Germany with a group eager to see the country and learn about the points of interest. The club greatly enjoyed the privilege of having Mr. Drake with them at their first meeting. For the November gathering the club visited the l-larvard Germanic Museum, an excursion which proved both entertaining and beneficial. The joining of the German Club with other organ- izations in December, as guests of the Drama Club, provided a most delightful meeting. Procedure for the remaining months was formulated in the January meeting. We were fortunate to see more films about "Germany and the Olym- pics" at a later gathering. Mr. Packard showed some striking pictures concern- ing this topic. The annual dinner party and trip to the Fine Arts Theatre was a huge success. lt is sincerely hoped that next year will be as thoroughly enjoyable to the members of the German Club as the past one has been. President, JANE ELY Secretary, GWENYTH GEYE Vice-President, MARTHA SMITH Faculty Adviser, KENNETH PACKARD One Hundred Twelve 'k ir ir ALPI-lA GAMMA TALJ President, EDWIN GOODALL Secretary, EDWARD WALLACE Vice-President, JACK AREND Faculty Adviser, Miz. MERGENDAHL LPHA GAMMA TAU, the Newton High School Mathematics Club, is an organization of long standing, being the second club organized in the school. This year there has been an exceptional group of programs. One ol the most outstanding meetings was the tea given for all the mathematics teachers in the Junior l-ligh Schools and Senior High School. Most of the work of the club deals with the recreational aspects of mathematics. One meeting was spent in playing mathematical games, which tested both speed and accuracy. The club has also heard talks on various topics related to the subject. A trip to the Warner Memorial Theatre in Worcester was planned for the April meeting. This entertainment, plus the annual Alpha Gamma Tau picnic in May, brought to a close a profitable association which has been enjoyed by all the members and has furthered general interest in the mathematical work of the school. The club has an enrollment of about Fifty Juniors and Seniors. All members must have received honor marlcs in mathematics the previous year in order to be invited to join and must keep this standard ol work at that level throughout the school year. One Hundred Thirteen 'A' ir SQCIAL STUDIES CLUB HE Social Studies Club is open to all those Juniors and Seniors who are at the time taking, or who have taken, social studies at Newton High School, and who are interested in supplementing their regular class work in this subject. This group, First organized in 1926 through the eiiorts of Mr. Koughan, is one of the largest here at school. The chief aim is service to Newton High School and to the club members, of whom there were Fifty-two for the year T936-1937. The activities of the club, directed and supervised by a program committee, have been planned with the purpose of assuring as much student participation as possible, with the admirable result that over half of the members have had definite parts in one or more ofthe Following programs: a cartoon contest based upon the Presidential campaign, a visit to places of historical interest in Newton, "The Man on the Street" radio hour, two short plays, political satires, a club forum and open debate on the The Supreme Court, a trip to the Christian Science Monitor publishing house in Boston. President, CHESTER NEWEY Secretary, Doieis MERGENDAHL Vice-President, GERALDINE XXIIISBACH Treasurer, PAUL MCGRATH Faculty Adviser, MR. BERNARD 'A' i' ir BOYS' DEBATING CLUB President, EDWARD WALLACE Secretary, RICHARD MASSELL Vice-President, SIDNEY GUBERMAN Treasurer, BEVERLY BOOTH Faculty Adviser, MR. HOLMES HE aim of the otficers, this year, was to increase interest in debating through- out the school and to augment the membership. With these objectives in mind, a debate was scheduled in February with the Girls, Library Club, the boys arguing the negative of the question, Resolved: "That Women Are Human Beings." Another interesting contest was the one against the faculty, represented by Messrs. Cutting and Taylor, on the topic of the relative school importance to the individual of school versus non-scholastic influences. Seven members represented the society before the Men's Club of the First Church of Newton, giving both sides of the teachers' oath question. The club held two interscholastic debates, and by coincidence both were on the same subject, Resolved: "That Electric Utilities Be Governmentally Owned and Operated." Opposition was provided by the debating clubs of Norwood High and Boston College High. Unlike other debating societies, the policy of the Newton High Debating Club is to give, to every member who desires it, an opportunity to represent the club in at least one debate. The boys have been aided greatly during the six years of the club's existence by Mr. Frederick Holmes, able faculty adviser. One Hundred Fifteen 'lr ir CAMERA CLUB HIS year's program consisted mainly of speakers who discussed topics relating to the technical side of photography. Some featured speakers were Mr. Louis of the Cedric Chase Laboratories lnc., of Waltham, Mr. Wyerick of the Alfred Brown Studio, Brookline, and Mr. Sheldon ofthe Eastman Kodak concern. A regular monthly contest was carried on throughout the year. All of these included general snapshots, with the exception of one exclusively for the por- trayal of animals. A novel meeting, conducted by two members, was the impro- visation of a dark room, through which the members travelled and saw the com- plete development of a picture. Several members, during the month of March, secured pictures of happenings in and about the school, these are included in the year book. The club held its concluding meeting out of doors, where swim- ming, tennis, and other sports were enjoyed. The price of admission to this event was a camera with which everyone had to take pictures. This marked the tenth year in the club's history, under the excellent guidance of Mr. Sterling Williams. Surpassing all previous years, the total membership was over ninety. President, NORMAN Ross Secretary, JEANNE BLJDDING Vice-President, EARLE VALJGHN Treasurer, I-IuoH CHEYNE Faculty Adviser, STERLING WILLIAMS ir ir MICIQGPI-ICDNE CLUB President, NORMAN Ross Secretary, BARBARA MCCORMICK Vice-President, JANE JEWETT Treasurer, BERNARD ERICSON Faculty Adviser, MISS LEE HE Microphone Club, relatively new to this school, was launched on its brilliant career in the fall of 1936. The club's main interests lean towards the broadcasting Field of radio, technical points being eliminated. Enrollment is unlimited, yet tryouts for membership are necessary. Naturally, the judges are primarily concerned with the voice of the contestants. The First broadcast this year, over Station WEEI and under the direction of Norman Ross, consisted of a satirical slcit by Nancy Flagg on the "Flight of the Wright Brothers" and an interview with Mr. l-lughen of the American Airlines Incorporated, The next broadcast, with John Wright as chairman, introduced the origin of Civil War songs. Many of the skits which were used in this pro- gram, heard over Station WBZ, were written by June Nesbitt. Bernard Ericson was in charge of the climaxing half-hour broadcast given over the WBZ channels. The program presented a heated discussion of "Gratuitous State Provision for Higher Education." At one meeting, John MacNamara, NBC announcer and program manager of WBZ, gave an inside story on "Opportunities for Young People in Radio Today." During the year the club has built a studio in the basement of Building 1 to provide for rehearsals oi broadcasts. With such a Fine initial season, the "Mike" promises to rank high among other extra-curricular organizations. One Hundred Seventeen ir 'A' Tl-IE PUPPETEERS HE PUPPETEERS, a club open to the members of all classes, is a medium for exchange of ideas and experience concerning puppets. Now in its second year, the organization plays an active and lively part in school life. The club has been fortunate in having enrolled an eager and talented group. There is a wide Field For activity, as puppetry includes not only constructing, dressing, and operating marionettes, but also stage work, such as scenery and lighting, playvvriting, and the like. Ar the monthly meetings the club members give skits and work on the various phases of their puppet project. For the First time the group put on a show forthe school when they presented a curtain-raiser for the annual Neophyte production at a sophomore assembly. An Irish fairy tale, "The Legend of Fin M'Coul," was dramatized by club members, who adeptly manipulated their puppets. Staging this show was an interesting project for the Puppeteers and gave others an idea of what has been accom- plished by the group. The club has profited by its experience of the past year and hopes to continue its satisfactory growth and etfectiveness. President, E. LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN Secretary, BETTY HUMPHREY Vice-President, FRANK DOUCETTE Treasurer, FRANK HANAUER Faculty Adviser, MRS. CORNELL One Hundred Eighteen ir 'A' ir Tl-IE LIBRARY CLUB President, EVELYN WADDELL Secretary, CONSTANCE BALLOU Vice-President, EDITH PRATT 4, Treasurer, BARBARA BANCROFT Faculty Adviser, Miss Gtfxovs M. Bioetow OR fourteen years the Library Club has been of service to the school and has provided useful and really enjoyable work for its twenty-five members. At the end of each year fifteen new girls are elected to take membership, Five Seniors and ten Juniors. With the old members and Miss Bigelow, the librarian and faculty adviser, these students in study periods, and after school do general library work such as: filing newspapers, recording over-due books, arranging and cataloguing new material, selecting information for scrap books, and making displays of literature concerning the meetings of the Newton Forum. Each year, besides its customary activities, the club attends one of current plays of the year -the choice of the members. This season, at the suggestion of the Boys' De- bating Club, several members from both organizations debated the question, Resolved: "Women are l-luman Beings." The Library Club was victorious, and proudly so. The group's activities were climaxed by a hilarious picnic with these vanquished debaters. Every year the club, as do many other school organizations, makes a gift to the Library. This season a year's subscription to "Life" was presented. One Hundred Ninteen it ir Tl-IE I-I CME ECCDINIGMICS CLUB HE Home Economics Club has two wonderful faculty advisers, Miss Gladys F. Davis and Miss Alice A. Alden, both of whom have constantly stimulated interest in the club among the girls of the Home Economics Department. The l-lome Economics Club has had some very entertaining meetings, enlivened by speakers, dancers, parties, and trips. One of the outstanding speakers was Miss Elizabeth L. Mayo, of our faculty. Miss Mayo spoke about her trip to the Olympics and showed some fascinating slides. The program was concluded with the showing of menus from the boats on which Miss Mayo traveled. Another speaker was one of the faculty advisers, Miss Alice A. Alden, who spoke on "Fancy Work from the Early Centuries." This talk was illustrated with some beautiful pictures of the handworlc of former periods. The club also toolc a trip to the Hood Milla Company's Plant. The girls were shown all the unusual machines used at the establishment. A delight- ful January program consisted of dances performed by Genevieve and Raymond Tocci. Afterwards, refreshments were served to all present. The Sophomores and Juniors are looking forward to next year's meetings, which promise to be fully as eventful as those of the past season. President, EUNICE COPELAND Treasurer, ALVENA SAVIGNANO Vice-President, IRENE LAWN Advisers Vi Miss GLADYS F. DAVIS Secretary, Bmy HUMPHREY I Miss ALICE A. ALDEN One Hundred Twenty 'A' 'A' ir THE CCDMMERCIAI. CLUB President, MARy SHEEHAN Treasurer, ELEANOR MORSE Vice-President, RITA MATTHEWS Clerk, JANE EAGAN Secretary, EILEEN BLACK Faculty Adviser, Miss MACGUIRE URING the 1936-1937 season the Commercial Club held a most successful year with a membership of sixty-four. This is exclusively a girls' club com- posed of Junior and Senior Office Training girls and a few chosen Sophomores. The club began the year by hearing Mrs. E. O. Palmer give a very beneficial and inspiring talk on personality. Mrs. Palmer was given a lovely plant to show the cIub's gratitude for the enjoyable time she provided. They also enjoyed Miss Grace Haywood, New York representative of the Katherine Gibbs' School who talked on "Developing Personal Aptitudesf' Our own track coach, Mr. Enoch, showed the group of pictures he had taken of the Grand Canyon, the natural bridge of Virginia, and the Western part of the country. A trip to the l-l. P. l-lood and Sons' plant in Charlestown has been planned and a small group intend to visit a large bank in Boston to see the vaults closed. The club also sponsored a typevvriting contest which was held this spring. Under the leadership of the president, Mary Sheehan, the club has enjoyed one of the most successful years in its history. 1 One Hundred Twenty one it 'A' Tl-IE GIRLS' CDUTIIXIG CLUB GRQUP of thirty enthusiastic members, under the capable direction of Miss Adele Loysen, has added another successful year to its record. Those desirous of entering the club Fill out questionnaires concerning their participa- tion in athletics and other outside activities. The First twenty-Five Juniors and Seniors receiving the highest ratings are admitted. Rigid rulings concerning attendance necessitate the presence of members at all meetings and outings. ln order that the club may be run wholly by its members, the group is divided into committees which plan their particular activities each month. Exceptionally attractive programs were carried out this year. In honor of the new members, a get-acquainted tea was held at the home of one of the members. On the First outing, held in December, a bicycle trip to Wellesley was taken. ln conjunc- tion with the boys' Ski Club, the girls attended a moving picture concerning Swiss skiing. Other active outings we have enjoyed included skating, bowling, horse-back riding, and swimming. Not only does the Outing Club develop good sportsmanship, but it also affords its members healthful recreation. President, MARY DOYLE Secretary, HELEN GOODALE Vice-President, MILDRED I-lfxrsitorsi Treasurer, NANCY MACNHLL One Hundred Twenty two CAVALRY CLUB President, JOHN H. SELBY Secretary, JOsEPi-I ALPERT Vice-President, ALLAN A. GORDON Treasurer, THEODORE R. BARNEU Adviser, Dr-MEL WILLARD HE Newton l-ligh School Cavalry Club, composed of a score of able young horsemen, has just completed another successful year. Formed in 1935, this hard-riding organization has steadily grown in popularity until this year's member- ship more than trebled that of last year. The club, democratic in nature, with no membership restrictions other than eligibility and sex, is able to secure a maximum amount of riding at a minimum expense to members. Participation in club riding is optional, and as members have the privilege of riding weekly or even monthly, the small expense involved is easily adaptable Financially to a majority. The aim of this group is to enable boys interested in this activity to develop their equestrian ability under experienced guidance at the low rates secured by group arrangement, thereby deriving not only useful training and body co- ordination, but also wholesome recreation. Riding en masse on consecutive Sat- urday mornings during the Fall and early winter, club members soon began to reap the benefits of their activity in renewed interest and understanding of the art of manege. lf a majority of members desire that polo become a regular feature of the Saturday morning sessions, arrangements can be made to accommodate this demand. One Hundred Twenty three SCIEIXI CE ACTIVITIES CLUB I-IE Science Activities Club was organized in December, 1936, as a result of interest shown by the pupils of the science classes of Room 235. The object of the club is to bring out the natural scientific abilities of the members, and to aid members who Find work in science diilicult. We also feel that such worlc will do much to form hobbies which may be of great pleasure and profit in later life. Many ofthe cIub's activities are carried out informally in small groups worlc- ing alter school. Regular meetings are divided into two classes, business and program. The more formal programs consist of special demonstrations, lectures, or moving pictures. At one program meeting we had a moving picture study, supplemented by a lecture, on power. Another program resulted in a study of mining mechanics and a micro-projection of insects and their relation to diseases. The club has Featured one unique activity. The members, acting as sponsors, selected a subject to which a weelc of study was devoted in regular classes. Directed by the faculty adviser, the members collected material, worked up demon- strations, and presented the subject, which was "The Application of Science to the Detection and Prevention of Crime." President, WILLIAM P. SULLIVAN Secretary, JOHN I-IOILO Vice-President, RICHARD XWRIGHT Treasurer, JOHN CANTY Faculty Adviser, MR. SOMERVILLE One Hundred Twenty-four ir ir TI-IE KNITTING CLUB President, KATHERINE IVIACGURTV Secretary-Treasurer, EDITH WILLIAMS Vice-President, ALICE DIZURY Faculty Adviser, MRS. BENNETT NEWCOMB I-IE KNITTING CLUB was organized during the year 1936-1937 for the benefit of Junior and Senior girls interested in furthering their knowledge of knitting. It is intended to offer an opportunity for beginners to learn the art, as well as to supply the more advanced knitters with new ideas. Each club meeting will be definitely devoted to alproject, which will in- crease in difficulty as the year progresses. The various stitches essential to the making of a garment will be taught- plain knitting, purling, ribbing, increasing, decreasing, and taking of measurements. Knitting books and patterns as well as samples of the various kinds of yarn will be available to members. It is hoped that each member will then select some garment to make at her leisure, which will serve to demonstrate what she has learned, and that at the end of the year an exhibition or style show may be given to indicate what has been accomplished. Gne meeting a month is the club rule, but owing to the fact that beginners often need help between the regular meetings, an optional one is held occasionally on a date determined at the club meetings. One Hundred Twenty five Tl-lE VARSITY GLEE CLUB UR Glee Club has had an unusually worthwhile year. lts seventy songsters have shown sincere interest in the work, have had much enjoyment, and have accomplished excellent and gratifying results. As in former years, the Glee Club sang at the Christmas assembly and, divided in groups, sang carols in the corridors of our three buildings on the day preced- ing the Christmas vacation. It also provided the musical program for one of the Sunday afternoon Forum meetings, and was highly praised. lt again took part in the annual outdoor musical festival, singing as a group and in combination with the chorus. Leader of this talented organization is Mr. Charles l-larrington, who for many years has given his time and energy to similar worthy projects. lt was he who was almost wholly responsible forthe raising of money for the purchase of the new Hammond Electric Organ, which is used to accompany the Glee Club at the outdoor concert and for private instruction of pupils interested in organ. One Hundred Twenty .wx BUYS' GLEE CLUB EW this year to Newton High is the Boys' Glee Club, which contains about forty boys, most of whom sing in the varsity mixed Cilee Club. This group of male singers has done much toward the advancement of standards of music at Newton High under the new system of school music. Leader of this new movement is Mr. Haydn M. Morgan, successor to Mr. Edward N. Griffin who, for thirteen years, gave musical instruction throughout the different schools of Newton. Mr. Morgan, previous to January 4, 1937, was for eight years supervisor of music at Grand Rapids, Michigan, a city well- known for its outstanding program of music. Prior to that he served in com- munities in Wisconsin, West Virginia, and Ohio. Vice-President of the North Central Music Educators' Conference, he comes with a fine record of instruction in vocal and instrumental music. The club sang before a combined group of Kiwanis and Rotary Club members on one occasion and again before the school on April Q, at the occasion of the Junior-Senior Prize-Speaking Contest and English Club Play. At the poetry and essay assembly of April 28, and at the Pierce School the following Tuesday, these boys performed well. To complete a short but full program they sang at the outdoor concert on June 4 and were very well received. One Hundred Twenty :even Tl-IE BAND l-llS year the band has performed its numerous duties well. Under the able direction of Mr. Spaulding, the season was opened with the usual home football games, also the Waltham game which was held at Waltham this year. After the football games were over, much time was spent in preparation for the Massachusetts State Contest Selections in which we had hoped to participate, but later found that this would not be possible. As usual, the band played for the Girls' Gym Meet. The peak of the year's work was the rendering of the annual Open Air Concert, which received worthy praise. lt was the good fortune of this year's band to have two of its members chosen for participation in the New England Music Festival, which was broadcast over a nation-wide hookup from l-lyannis. Our drum major, Jeanne Budding, was also chosen from all of the New England high schools to give a twirling exhibi- tion. She also gave a performance at the Rhode Island State Contest, in which she led the Pawtucket l-ligh School Band. In all, Mr, Spaulding thinks that the Newton Band of 1937 has done excel- lent work and hopes that the bands of the future will do as well. One Hundred Twenty eight ORC!-i ESTRA HE Newton l-ligh School Orchestra, now under the direction of Mr. Charles R. Spaulding, has made many public appearances throughout the past year. lt has been an active organization in the high school since before the permanent school records were kept. A member of one of the former orchestras was Dr. Wallace Goodrich, now director of the New England Conservatory of Music. lt has played an important part in many of the assemblies this year, as well as at other leading school Functions such as plays and the Prize-Speaking Contest, at which times it has performed before enthusiastic audiences. It also gives a complimentary presentation at the outdoor concert in June. The orchestra rehearses twice a week in school time, and credit is given towards graduation, There are approximately Fifty participants, both boys and girls, all of whom desire this opportunity to practice, study, and develop their talents. Selections consist mainly of works by noted composers, as well as fa- miliar ballads and lighter pieces, which add a great deal of distinction and Feeling to the concerts. Selected groups of the orchestra have made up assemblies and the like, For the purpose of entertaining at the smaller school functions. O ne Hundred Twenty-nine 'A' ir ir AVIATICDN CLUB ORREY CAPO, discoverer of microfilm, and expert model builder, Arthur l-lildreth, meteorologist, and Daniel Duggan, United Air Lines transport pilot were the guest speakers at the October meeting of the Aviation Club. Mr. Capo explained how this famous substance was discovered quite by accident. Mr. l-lildreth told how the United States Weather Bureau gathers meteorological data so essential to safe airline operation. Pilot Duggan gave his talk on "Blind Flying," and was surprised at the promptness with which his questions concern- ing an airplane's position after passing through the cone of silence were answered correctly. Other guest speakers were Traffic Manager John Wheelock, and Pilot Beekman Fairbanks from American Airways, Lieutenant Warren Sweetser, United States Marine Corps pilot, Mr. Arthur Lawrence, Secretary of the Soaring Society of America, Pilot Ralph Eames of Shobe Airlines, Pilot Theodore Brewster, American Airlines, and Bruno Marchi, ace model builder. Diverse aviation activities were visualized by United Air Lines colored Films, "Our National Parks, by Air," Pan-American Airways talking pictures, "The Lindbergh Trail," Films depicting soaring in Germany and in the United States, and motion pictures of student-pilot training. In order to stimulate interest in model building, the club sponsored the inno- vation of a model airplane meet open to all boys and girls in the Newton public schools. President, Joi-IN MYRICK Treasurer, ELMER BENEDICT Vice-President, JANE LEIGHTON Hostess, MAVIS ERATH Reporter, DOROTHEA FLINN Secretary, LINDA SMITH Adviser, DANIEL WILLARD ir ir STAGE CCDMMITTEE HE Stage Committee is composed of a group of boys, selected from the Junior and Senior classes, who build the sets, operate the lights, and do the "dirty Work" for all school dramatics. It is they who, under the competent leadership of Mr. Peterson, are responsible for the Finished appearance of the stage settings at Newton. This work is by no means easy and requires a great deal of time. The only compensations members receive for their efforts are the enjoyment and experience of working together, and the satisfaction of jobs well clone. This year each of the productions required but one set, making the taslc a good deal easier. Nevertheless, the English court room scene of the Senior play, "LibeI," presented a difficult construction problem and required a large amount of work. The many sound and stage effects in the faculty play, "The Oueen's Husband," demanded careful co-operation and preparation. The set for "Three-Cornered Moon," the Drama Club play, was unique in that it con- sisted of a cross-section of two rooms. The Committee may justly be proud of its accomplishments ancl can loolc back upon a successful year. l-lowever, were it not for the able guidance of Mr. Peterson and Mr. Green, such a statement would hardly be possible. One Hundred Thirty-one ir ir LLJNCI-IROGM SQUAD URING 1936-1937, the Lunchroom Squad has operated with etlciency and a high degree of co-operation. Under the active supervision of Ann Hitch- cock, who was the main factor in the selection of a squad, about eighty pupils have given the latter portion of their lunch periods in order to help lceep the cafeteria in a neat condition. The ranks ofthe squad are Filled mainly from the National Honor Society members. These members are allowed the privilege of leaving class or study hall two minutes in advance ol the other pupils in order that lunch may be purchased in sutlicient time to allow the squad worker to talce up his work while others are still eating their lunches. ln addition to the student participation, members of the laculty are assigned to certain days in the lunchroom for any disciplinary action. While the duty of the squad is chiefly to maintain an orderliness of Floor, tables, and chairs, six or eight members loolc after tratfic inside the building and on the grounds. The faculty supervisor, Mr. Jones, has built up a serviceable and praiseworthy organization. One Hundred Thirty-two ir ir I-IOME IQOCDM MANAGERS l-lAT busy-looking student you used to see dashing about in a spectral swirl during home room period might well have been a home room manager. No doubt he was engaged carrying on delivering orders for tickets to some school function, or talcing charge of subscription and distribution of one of the popular school publications - perhaps even a Newtonian! At any rate, due credit must be given for the most important service rendered by these worthy officers as agents between organization and student. Each home room elects its representative by popular vote, and the honored one carries on, diligently performing his specific duties, with no other reward than the satisfaction of having been instrumental in the success of extra-curricular activities. As a group, the managers have worked together, having met more than once for instructions. Formerly, this person carried on many ardent campaigns for sports season tickets, plays, and other school activities. The S. A. T. consolida- tion has greatly lessened his work. Still, he deserves much praise for his quiet bondage. Hail to thee, worthy sprite! We salute your freely-given service! One Hundred Thirty three Hdd A if ir "I 'I li' E f wi, ,N II I , D II , M ..gb- "OUR HIGH SCHOOL, SIR, IS CONVINCED OF THE IMPORTANCE OF OUR PHYSICAL GROWTH. THIS GROWTH IS PROMOTED BY A STANDARD PROGRAM OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION. ir "FOR YOUR FURTHER INFOR- MATION, MAY I PRESENT OUR GROUP, TEAM, AND CLASS ATHLETIC EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES. THESE ARE CARRIED ON THROUGHOUT THE YEAR, AND, UNDER A TRAINED LEADERSHIP, ADEOUATELY MEET OUR GENERAL AND INDIVIDUAL NEEDS." 'A' 'A' 'Ir 'A' ? X ll l'l nur ,X S I ll AS I4 IN MEMGRIAM DR. OSCAR MARTIN MONG the saddest events of the year was the passing of the beloved Doctor Oscar Martin. For twenty-tWO years "Doc," as he was atlectionately called, had served Newton High School, and at the time of his death he held three positions: faculty manager of boys' athletics, instructor of physical education, and varsity hockey coach. Doctor Martin typified all that we want Newton High to stand For. He possessed a Fighting, courageous spirit, but never had been known to lose his temper. He produced some Fine hockey squads during his many seasons as coach, and his 1924 team was strong enough to win the World Schoolboy Championship. Under his direction, Newton's Gargantuan athletic system was organized. Born in Oslo, Norway, in 1877, Doctor Martin toolc to the sea at an early age. A voyage across the ocean convinced him that the United States was the country for him. He came as a poor boy and worlced his way First through Boston English High, then Springfield College, and finally Tufts Medical School. In 1914 he joined the Newton High faculty and remained a member for the rest of his life. His sudden death while swimming, on August 30, 1936, came as a blow to the entire school. "Doc's" kindness, helpfulness, consideration for his associates, and the work he did forthe school will never be forgotten. One Hundred Thirty-six IN ihflEihA'C'lQl!AXlVl i l W , WILLIAM E. JOHNSTON HE students of Newton High returned to school on April 12, 1937, with heavy hearts, for on the day before "Bill" Johnston, one of their respected and beloved classmates, had passed away as a result of blood poisoning. One of the most outstanding athletes in the history of the school, Bill typified, particularly to his team mates who knew him so well, an ideal high school boy. His brilliant career was unexpectedly halted, but his spirit of fair-play, perseverance, and co-operation will live on in the memory of his friends. Bill was born in Scituate, Mass., on August 16, 1919. He moved to New- ton Centre in his childhood, and later attended the Mason and Weeks schools. it was in Weeks that he distinguished himself as an athlete, for he played for three years on all the varsity teams and, in the ninth grade, was captain of all three teams - basketball, baseball, and soccer. Entering Newton High in 1934, he served as president ofthe Sophomore class and, during that year, played varsity football, varsity basketball, and intermediate baseball. His Junior year, in which he was elected captain of the 1937 football team, was characterized by the same athletic prowess. A few days before his death, he was selected as the "most athletic boy" in the Junior class. It is with this title, with its implications of leadership and true sportsman- ship, that Bill would want us to remember him - and we shall. One Hundred Thirty seven FQCDTBALL GAIN the Newton Norsemen, after one of the Fiercest seasons on record, captured the Suburban League Championship. A snappy squad, led by the twin co-captains, Al and Brad Thompson, derived much fun and enjoyment, well-seasoned with good sportsmanship, from the rigorous fall schedule. The results: Newton, Q0 Cambridge, 7 Newton, 'IO Ouincy, O Newton, 7 Arlington, 6 Newton, 6 Rindge, O Newton, O Everett, 6 Newton, BQ Worcester S., O Nevvton, 6 Brockton, Q5 Newton, O Waltham, 20 Newton, Q6 Brookline, 6 6 wins f 3 losses f a good season! With a number of returning veterans, Intermediate, and Jay Vee bright lights, next year's team should easily carry on in the wake ofthe 1936 squad. Although the school, shocked by his sudden death, grieves sincerely the loss of Captain-elect Bill Johnston, the players feel that his winning personality, his spirit of good sportsmanship, his skillful playing will live on to inspire them in the coming season, May all hopes be fulfilled! Co-Captains Assistant Coaches ALLISON THOMPSON CHARLES CONSODINE BRADFORD THOMPSON EVAN JOHNSON Head Coach, RALPH SANBORN One Hundred Thirty-eight HGCKEY Captain, HERBERT Burrieicic Coach, C. EVAN JOHNSON Assistant Coach, T. JEROME Currimo lTl-l but one returning letter winner, many aspirants, and no ice, Newton's new hoclcey coach welded a team which compelled respect from every opponent in the league. After reaching as high as third place in the standing, Newton closed the season sharing sixth place with Melrose. The schedule opened with ragged defeats at the hands of Cambridge Latin and Medford, but the team tied Rindge. This was followed by a terrific triumph over Arlington, and Melrose fell in a game that had the Garden in continuous uproar. The champion Stoneham team with great difficulty defeated the Orange and Black 3 to 1. Belmont was taken Q to 1, and, after Brown scored in ten seconds, Stone- ham won again. The last two games of the season were thrilling contests, both ending in scoreless ties against Medford and Rindge, Greene, Nichols, and Turner were selected to play on the G. B. I. League's second team, while Paul Brown's steady aggressiveness and Buttriclcs brilliant net-tending earned them positions on the first All-Scholastic, which defeated its Bay State League and Canadian opponents. As no leader had been elected at the beginning of the season, Goalie l-lerb Buttriclc was chosen captain at the same time that Ben Mason was elected to lead the team next year. One Hundred Thirty nine BASKE TBALL NDER the able and inspiring leadership of Captain Leonard LeSourd, the 1937 basketball team closed the season with the creditable record of eight games won to Five lost. In spite of the fact that only four letter-winners returned, Coach Simmons's team was able to Finish fourth in the Suburban League, and defeat the arch rival, Brookline, twice. After the opening game, in which the Faculty was badly beaten, Newton easily defeated Watertown, but was nosed out by an excellent Cambridge Latin team. A few days later, the Orange and Black missed a great second-half come- back and lost to Rindge. Getting back into the win column, Newton upset Arlington on the home court. Playing on their new floor, Waltham outscored Newton but the team came back the next game to topple an undefeated Brookline team from the top of the league. The second half of the season opened with Newton's second loss to Cam- bridge, but with a reversal of the earlier defeat by Rindge. Arlington was taken again in a rough contest, but Waltham once more proved too strong and Newton bowed in a very well-played game. After a second victory over Water- town, the Orange and Black closed the season with a triumph over Brookline. Captain, LEONARD LESOURD Coach, FRANK SIMMONS One Hundred Forty ir 'lr BASEBALL Coach, LUCIUS JONES Manager, WILLIAM SULLIVAN N unpublicized 1937 Newton varsity started oFl the season by taking Five straight Suburban League games. ln the First game, against Waltham, Guido Castoldi, ace twirler of the loop, tamed the Watch-City boys, allowing but 7 hits and hanging up 16 strikeouts. The Orange and Black then topped Arlington 6-5 when pitcher Eddie Paul hit a home run in the 11th inning. Newton's next win, none too impressive, came at the expense of Cambridge Latin, 9a5, the Fray was rather ragged and featured only by Guido Castoldi. The real bright spot was his home run with two on, which clinched the victory. ln his second start, Eddie Paul pitched the home boys to a one-sided, 11-3 win over Rindge Tech, while Gruber's heavy hitting helped to roll up the score. The First shut- out of the year was against Brookline, the honors again going to Guido Castoldi, who allowed but four hits. ln this game Bert Marrazzo hit a four-bagger with one aboard. In view of their remarkable start, it looks now as though Newton might Finish very close to the top ofthe Suburban League. One Hundred Forty-one 'A' ir INDCDOR TRACK HE 1936-1937 edition of Newton's indoor track forces successfully opened its season by over-powering Medford High, 5655 to QOH. Because of inclement weather, the annual dual meet with Everett was cancelled. For the second straight year Newton won the Northeastern Meet, featured by Pescoso- lido's record high jump of 6 feet Q26 inches. Lowell was next defeated, 51 to 96. ln the Eastern Seaboard Relay carnival, the team scored only three points, being disqualified in two out of three relay races. The tracksters got back on the victory trail at the Andover lnterscholastic Meet, overcoming Boston English, the second place team, Q9 to 'i5. This order was reversed at the State Meet, where English came out on top by a score of Q8 to 22. Paul Forte was a double winner in the 50-yard dash and the standing broad jump. Coach Enoch's team defeated its traditional rival, Brookline, 59 to 25. A Newton team, badly weak- ened by ineligibility, came back from the final meet at Bowdoin with '14 points and third place. Letter winners were: Robert Muther, captain, Jeremiah Allen, Basil Bab- cock, Mark Corthell, Paul Forte, Joseph Gallant, Francis Hines, Harvey lsham, William Kelly, Donald MacKinnon, Steward MacNeiI, Richard Massell, Mark Messier, Alfred Parkhurst, William Pescosolido, Elmer Ross, Timothy Sullivan, manager. Captain, ROBERT MUTHER Coach, DONALD ENOCH 'A' ir OUTDCDCDR TRACK Captain, Pfxut Foizrt Manager, Fmisicis MEEHAN Coach, DONALD ENOCH HE 1937 cinder-fellas included as mainstays Forte and Hines in the dash, Allen, Muther, and Ross in the furlong and quarter, Gallant, Kelley, Bab- cock, and Corthell in the 880 and mile, Pescosolido, Messier in the jumps, McKin- non forthe hurdles, Evans and Fitchet for shotvput and discus. The Vikings scored two of three possible Firsts at the opening New England Relays, defeating sixteen high and prep schools. Second place was merited in the Worcester Tech meet. l-lere "pesky" broke the broad jump record, while Bob Muther drove home to place in a dazzling 440. Kelly, in the 880, and Lee Evans, scaling the discus, each chalked up second places. Gallant and Babcock added other points, The Norsemen sailed to satisfying victory in the Quadrangular Meet between the State's keenest competitors: Lowell, Brockton, Medford, and Newton. Joe Gallant flashed the "Ace" when he upset Carmen Bova, State champ, to take a clean first in the half-mile. lf the Newton crew keeps its pace, it should scud along to victory in the Brookline, l-larvard lnterscholastic, Amherst, and State Relay meets which re- main. The lads feel honored in being indebted to "Don" Enoch, "Lem" Boyle, and 'iCharley" Consodine for their splendid coaching. One Hundred Forty-three TENNI S EWTON tennis continued at its high pace in 1937 and was looking forward to another undefeated season when the Newtonian went to press. In its traditional opener with Milton Academy, Newton won 6-3 for the second win in ten years. Thereafter, Newton successively trimmed Huntington School 7-Q, Nashua High Cthe last high school to upset NewtonD 6-1, the collegians from Babson Institute 4-1, Andover-Newton 6-Q, and the Tufts College Freshmen 7-3. Headed by A, Everts, Don Manchester, Art Pearson, and Captain Clayton Mosher, the team was a heavy favorite to win the tenth annual lnterscholastics, slated to be seeded. Les Lowry, a varsity sextet with Stu Pattison and doubles assignments. a schedule of matches with varsity and with second teams from Milton in which both Everts and Manchester were Junior, and Lyman Robinson completed the Ernie Johnson, who performed creditably in Meanwhile, the second team, playing teams unwilling to tackle Newton's varsity, Academy and Brookline High, won from Milton and Needham, lost a tight match to Watertown, and tied Lexington. Pattison and Johnson led the team, with Leon Kruger, Jack Carder, Jaclc Barry, and Johnny Plimpton performing creditably. Captain, CLAYTON MOSHER Managers, HOWARD HAWES, TED REED Coach, WALTER M. TAYLOR One Hundred Forty-four ir it I GULF Coach THOMAS G. WALTERS ORMERLY, Newton has maintained a high rating in the Suburban Golf League, producing many well-known players in New England circles, such as Roy Merchant, last year's captain, Pat l-legarty, past state champ, Gordon Wentworth, now at Dartmouth, Bobby Hunter, member of l-larvard's team, and Bill l-lerlihy of l-loly Cross. This year's First meeting was held in room 'IQO6 on Tuesday, April 6th. The coach made suggestions concerning the coming season. Several practice rounds followed at Albemarle. lncidentally, Mr. Walters presided at a meeting of golf coaches at Newton l-ligh to draw up this year's schedule. In their First encounter, the Newtonians downed Watertown 75 to lk. Soon after, they were downed by Lexington, the score reversed, Newton 'IM, Lexington 75. Pre-season forecasts predicted stiff opposition from both Lexing- ton and Arlington. One Hundred Forty-five 'A' 'A' SKI TEAM LD MAN WINTER must have completely forgotten the Newton l-ligh School slci team this year. The remarkable lack of snow throughout the entire season curbed all activity. Last year the newly organized team consisted of six members, this year forty-Five candidates reported in December. Plans for meets were made with eight other schools around Newton. In spite of the team's inactivity, the large number of enthusiastic candidates proved that interest in skiing was rapidly increasing, and pointed to an even larger group next year. Slow motion films, "Skiing Technique" by Hans Schneider, were used as part ol the preliminary instruction for all members of the club. The popularity of slciing in New England has recently increased by leaps and bounds, and snow trains have brought the New l-lampshire trails and slopes within easy reach. Many non-skiers believe the sport is just a fad. l-lowever, anyone who has mastered the art sufficiently to stand up on a hill knows just how much fun it really is. This is probably because it is so much a matter of self- essentially a solo performance. lt can be sale and mild, or thrilling and dangerous, depending upon the temperament and ability ol the individual. Captain, FREDERICK SOULE Transportation, JOHN MYRICK Manager, WALWORTH WILLIAMS Coach, DANIEL WILLARD One Hundred Forty-six ir ir GIRLS' FIELD I-IOCKEV Captain, MILDRED I-IANLON Manager, ELEANOR BAXTER Coach, LUCILLE BURNI-IAM HIS year eighty-three girls reported to Miss Burnham for hockey. The Sopho- mores were represented by three teams, the Junior and Senior class by one each. The Seniors, captained by Emma Bjornson, were victorious in an inter- class tournament. The First team, Ied by Mildred I-lanlon, opened the season against Needham with a 'I-'I score. With more experience in team play, we defeated Waltham 3-O. Brookline was downed 6-Q, and in an evenly matched contest with Watertown, neither team was able to score. A 'I-O victory over the Alumnae featured the last game. The second team defeated Needham, Brookline, and Watertown, but lost to Waltham. The play day, supervised by the Boston Field I-loclcey Association, was held on our own Field and was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Many girls received valuable coaching from members ofthe Irish I-loclcey Team. At the Girls' Assembly, varsity "N's" were awarded to Edna Currier, I-Ielen Goodale, Betty Cunningham, Barbara Patey, Lorraine Sticlcney, Virginia Wilder, Mildred I-lanlon, and the manager, Eleanor Baxter. Chevrons were awarded to Nancy McNeill, Margeret Lopas, Locardia I-lartwich, and Mary Doyle. Small "N's" for membership on the second team were given to fourteen girls. One Hundred Forty :even GIRLS BASKETBALL FTER many weelcs of drill on technique, under the supervision cf Miss Loysen, the one hundred and seventy girls that reported for basketball were divided into teams. The winner of the intra-mural tournament was team "A," captained by Mary Doyle. Class squads elected Nancy McNeill, Lorraine Sticlcney, and Erminia Man- cini captains ofthe Senior, Junior, and Sophomore combinations. The first game, played with Cambridge Latin, was won by the Seniors and Juniors, but the Sophomores lost. Although the Seniors and Juniors defeated Needham, the Sophomores still could not break into the win column. When Waltham went home with a victory over the juniors and sophomores, the Newton Seniors won. ln the final game both the Juniors and Sophomores suffered defeat at the hands of Watertown, while the Seniors triumphed. This is the second straight year the strong aggregation has continued without a loss. The varsity squad, comprised of three full teams and substitutes, defeated the Alumnae Q1-7, and hopes to do the same to the faculty. At the Girls' Gym Meet, varsity "N's" were received by Edna Currier, Ann DeSaulniers, and the manager, Nancy Marvin, Chevrons, for two and three- year service, were awarded to Nancy MacNeilI Locardia l-lartwich, Mildred l-lanlon, and Mary Doyle. Captain, NANCY MCNEILL Manager, NANCY MARVIN Coach, ADELE Lovstrsi One Hundred Forty-eight i' 'Ir GIRLS' TENNIS Captain, VAUA CiccoNE Coach, MAIDA FLANDERS ENNIS is one of the most popular sports for girls, and every fall there are many enthusiastic candidates reporting to Miss Flanders, the coach. This year, as usual, a large number turned out and the annual fall tournament was started. It was not Finished in the fall, so had to be played off in the spring. Indoor practices were conducted in the early spring before the weather allowed outdoor work. A bumper tournament will be held again this year, pro- viding opportunity for a girl to work her way to the top by challenging the other members of the squad. The seven highest players will comprise the final varsity team. Although at this time the team has not been completed, the present work- ing tennis squad consists of the following girls: Valia Ciccone, Bette Foley, Theresa Mingace, Roslyn Gruber, Anne Woods, Doris Mergendahl, Susan Whit- back, Shirley Cline, Ruth Eddy, Nancy MacNeiIl, Betty Manners, Betty Gale, and Helen Spence. The squad is looking forward confidently to the following matches which remain on the schedule: May 27, with Winchester at Winchester, June 3, with Watertown at Newton, and June 10, with Brookline at Newton. One Hundred Forty-nine ll' ir INTRA-MURAL SRQRTS FUR GIRLS BASEBALL Baseball, always a popular spring sport with the boys, now has many skilled players among the girls, who derive much pleasure from the game. LACROSSE For long the most popular Field sport in Canada, Lacrosse, since it was introduced at Newton, has found a great many feminine enthusiasts. One Hundred Fifty TRACK Although one of the newer sports for women, traclc is Fast gaining favor and interest among the fair sex. ARCHERY In fair weather, one can invariably see Newton's feminine archers practicing this sport which gives so much individual enjoyment. l IIXITIQA-MUIQAL SPCDRTS PCR GIRLS SOCCER Soccer, a more active game than some of the other intra-mural sports, is a Favorite with many of the girls. BADMINTON Since Badminton now ranlcs with the most popular social sports, Newton has been among the first to add it to its girls' athletic system. VOLLEY BALL An old favorite, Volley Ball still Finds its place among the most popular ofthe intra-murals with Sopho- mores, Juniors, and Seniors, PING-PONG Ping-pong, as a game of speed and slcill, has been reorganized and enthusiastically revived by a large number of eager participants in this recreational sport. One Hundred Fifty-one H d A 'Ir zafx' Tim ,A ' I ' A I ir 'k .gk "IN THE NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL, SIR, WE BELIEVE THAT WIT, HUMOR, AND SATIRE LIKEWISE HAVE THEIR VALUE. VARIED OCCASIONS AND PLANS NOURISH THIS PART OF OUR NATURES. ir " WILL YOU .JOIN ME, THEN, AND LEAF THROUGH THE PAGES CONTRIBUTED BY, OUR WITS, SATIRISTS, AND PROPHETS? IF YOU ENJOY THEM, WE SHALL BE HAPPY, AND IF YOU HAVE BEEN FAVORABLY INIPRESSED WITH YOUR TOUR OF OUR SCHOOL, WE SHALL FEEL HONORED." if 'A' 'lr ir fy X fm x .K V K lu S L A I 1 2 Ne ll I n 'I S JOUl2NEY'S END BEING A CALENDAR GF THE scHooE YEAR September 'l 4 - Baclc again. Q5 -- Newton sinks Cambridge High and Latin, Q0-7. 30 - Newtonite debut. October 3 - Second victory, over Arlington, 7-6. 1 4 - First legislature meeting. 17 - Lose hard-Fought grid battle to Everett, 6-O. '19 - Second defeat, to Brockton, 25-7. 23 - Bill MacDonald and orchestra swing at Sophomore Dance. Q4 - Newton tops Quincy, 19-O. 96 - Al Everts, Sophomore, captures First in Fall Tennis. Q6 - Jane Dealy chosen Editor-in-Chief of Newtonian. 31 - Newton topples Rindge, 6-O. November 6 and 7 -- Miss Wetherbee and Mr. Foster star in "Queen's Husband." 7 - 31-O triumph over Worcester South. '14 - Waltham mainsprings click for Q0-O win. Q6 - Brookline buried, Q6-6. One Hundred Fifty-four December Q - All Boys' Assembly, dedicated to "Doc" Martin. January February March April May June - Parents' Night. - Mike Club has first broadcast. - First traclc turnout, record crowd. - All Girls' Assembly, featuresluldance groups. - Stern, Charlton, Hill take honors in "Dust of the Road." - Sophomore-Junior Assembly. - Vacation at last. Need we say more? and 16-Waddell, French, Lipson, Ericson triumph in Senior Play, "Libel." -Terriers overpower Medford in '37 track opener. - Sophomore election. -- Traclcmen take Northeastern meet. -Sophomore Prize-Speaking. Aura Kern and William Stark declared winners, - Relay Camival, Newton's Waterloo. - Newton wins at Andover. - State Championship lost to Boston English. - Rollo Brown characterizes E. A. Robinson to Seniors. and 6 - Rimplegars run riot in Drama Club's "Three-Cornered Moon." -Annual Newtonian assembly. Take-offs of Senior Activities. - EnglishJClub Prize-Speaking and Play. Natalie Salter and Leon Lipson triumph. - National Honor Society Induction. - English Club essay and verse assembly. - Senior Prom with Leon Mayer 84 Co. - Senior Night. -- Graduation. One Hundred Fifty-five ir 'lr "wHEN A LADY MEETS A GENTLEMAN 'DOWN sown-e " 1 CAN'T ESCAPE Fnowx youu A 0 Q xg! X X 6 U . 3 A -1 I J QRS? 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Q Q 'I A ' e ma? 0 All wwf N E --- "THATS LIFE i I Guess E214-,x UNTIL THE 'REAL TH NG COMES ALONG i 5 I "oH,sAv,' A cm you swans!" 11, N mf !3E"El X X 4 "EASY To LOVE' My 6 ,4 4 3 , k 9 X Z l 5 ' M 35539 WITH l.ovE" some .W 1 3 - X 5 'Q' Hrs N sw -, , ,el- Qf 6' W Q 3 we X llllf1,1IlUg p:'4 M LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT E, the class of 1937, mentes insanae in corporibus insanis, unfortunately realizing CD that we are soon to be deceased as a class, C21 that any class which is not deceased after three years at Newton High School ought to be, anyway, and C35 that every preceding class at the said Newton High School has made a will, fearing C15 that our numerous beneficiaries desire to know Cin the re- grettable vernacularj "what's coming to them" and C25 that we have a lot of stuff to give away, and knowing C1, Q, 3, etc.D that no one will read further than this anyhow, do herein indite, ordain, and establish our last will and testament: To the school we leave Cafter leaving the schoolbz Building Three, in rather damaged condition. A sigh of relief. The task of teaching the class of 1938. The lunchroom. To The Newtonite: A new office Clooking more like a jail than everD. Mr. Williams Clooking more like a Tory than everj. Page Three Cit gives us real pleasure to leave thisj. To whom it may concern, the following institutions: The Quaffs. Mister Cor is it Master'?J Muzzey. The Verse-Speaking Choir. All regular polyhedra, now and forevermore. To the class of 1938: Frank Light's middle name. Henry Hayes' practical jokes. Miss Rideout's accent. Betty Urban's voice. Bob McMullin's French accent. Evelyn Waddell's calligraphy. John Mansfield's expression Qwe've drawn a blank therej. Paul Forte's modesty. Harold Shapero's music. Francis Donovan's cars. Jane Dealy's brain Cthe little things in lifeD. Bill Loud's posture. John l2yan's drag. Eddie Wallace's enthusiasm. Ann Sanguinetti's nervousness. Stuart Stern's movie reviews Csee N. Y. Timesb. Marjorie Moncrieff's laughter. Leon Lipson's acidity. To which, having completed this "enterprise of great pith and moment," without any executor, for we have executed ourselves, we do willingly, heartily, cheerfully, and gladly place our seal in this year of our Lord nineteen hundred and thirty-seven. One Hundred Fifty-eight REIVIINISCENT PREMIERE HE scintillating lights Flash forth, "No, No, No!" The taxi, whose driver our memories vaguely resurrect as JACKIE KOUGHAN, leaves us at the door of the theatre which is presenting the premiere of JANE DEALY'S newest play. Pushing forward, we catch a glimpse of BOB and PAUL NOLAN with ALBERT THOMAS disappearing toward "Standing Room-5Oc." Passing through the lobby, we meet by chance a foursome consisting of JOHN RYAN and his fiancee ELDORA KIRTON, with CHRIS DONOVAN escorting BETTY FERGUSON. We pause to chat with them and learn that BUD FORTE has Finally abandoned attempts to professionalize, and has become a waiter in the THOMPSON TWINS' Spa. JOHN, who is a leading literary critic of the Herald, mentions NOEL ALLEN'S "Pleasing Poetry" and DICK LOVELL'S "Vesuvius and the Political Problem of Today," which is fast acquiring fame. ELMER ROSS, featured sports writer for the Herald, stops to speak to John. Enthusiastic over JOSEPH GALLANT'S spectacular winning race and the recognition gained by our feminine contingent,headed by MARY DOYLE, MILDRED HANLON,and NANCY MCNEILL, in the Olympics, Elmer rushes off to greet RICHARD MASSELL, also a sports writer. The usher, HUGH TOMB, favoring us with a winning smile, shows us to our seats. Our gaze now wanders over the audience and rests on the figure entering in sweeping green satin, her arm on a rotund escort, Mrs. SETH FITCHET CEDITH PRATTD and her husband. They are followed by Mr. and Mrs. BARCLAY FEATHER CANN HITCHCOCKD. Mr. FEATHER is at present running against CHESTER NEWEY for Superintendent of the City Street Cleaning Department, his wife is very prom- inent in social work. We also espy a comfortable group in the rear, consisting of the BISHOP twins with their wives, the BENYON twins. Rumor has it that they tossed up a coin for the choice. Our roving eyes see among those seated such couples as Mr. and Mrs. HENRY HAYES CMURIEL BROWND, whose miraculous elopement by the use of a rope ladder startled all Boston a few years ago, JOHN MANSFIELD with his fiancee, JANET FISHER, and Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM COPELAND CLOIS CURRIED, whose marriage bonds seem tender and everlasting. Near us is seated a pompous man with hair prematurely grey, and whose caustic remarks make those about him cringe. It is LEON LIPSON, now seeking relaxation from the famous case he is handling, the murder of GERALDINE WISBACH, well-known cabaret dancer. We also notice MITCHELL MARCUS with JANE UNDERWOOD. Our attention now strays to our program. EVELYN WADDELL is making her professional debut in the leading role, this evening, supported by a cast including the supple-tongued ANN SANGUI- NETTI, JACK PERRY, and STUART STERN, playing the acquiescent "yes-man." The play is staged and set by BERNARD ERICSON, with costumes by MARCELIA RENNARD. Glancing idly through the Advertisements, we find ourselves invited to "Sup of LINCOLN MORTON'S famous waffles and dance to JEAN BUDDlNG'S thirteen-piece orchestra, featuring the radio crooner, NORMAN WATTS, Broadway's BETTY LLOYD and BARBARA STINSON in their dance, 'Kittens on the Keys,' and the Red-Headed Rollickers, DICK WHITNEY and CONNIE WILLIAMS." We are next arrested by the gloomy prediction, "Come one, come all," of MALCOLM HARDY, coroner, and GORDON FRENCH, embalmer. On the following page, "Palms Perused- Pleasant Prognostications by CHADWICK BYER, and BOB MCMULLIN, accompanied by GERALD LOMBARDO, the great cIairvoyant" meets our view. An attractive little notice announces the com- ing fashion show of Miss MORTlMER'S Exclusive Shoppe, modelled by WINIFRED GREGORY and JACOUELINE BANOUER. A painted glass of sparkling Burgundy proclaims the delightfulness of JACK SELBY'S "Sequestered Rendezvous, for the cocktail hour, featuring PEGGY BURKHARD, popular blues singer." We also find two recently established schools advertised on the program: Miss BALLOU'S School of Modern French, an exclusive academy endowed by a gift from her wealthy friend, Mrs. CBARBARA BANCROFTD Rockefeller, and the Elite Charm and Sophistication School of the Misses CDOROTHED ELFMAN and CHELEND ARONSON. The lights are now lowering, so we glance curiously over the last page, which gives us the names of WALLACE-GOODALL, "Old-Fashioned Family Physicians," and also "EIocution in Five Easy Lessons" by JANICE POUZZNER and NATALIE SALTER. The play has now begun, and we are soon wrapped within its enthralling folds. As we finally leave the theatre, we feel strangely as though transported for a time back into the wild and glorious days of Newton High School. One Hundred Fifty-nine One Hundred Sixty fo help Newton students through all their trials and tribula- tions, not to mention all kinds of adversity, fo be adequately prepared for commerce, industry, or university, We must turn to our faculty, which is composed of teachers Qmost faculties arel of almost unequalled diversity. For example: If math is our chosen subject, and we want to excel Ctake the binomial theorem or simultaneous quadratics as a samplel, We need go only to Miss Brackett, whose Qperson andD teachings are, to say the least, ample. 'fo guide the destinies of our Literary Page, Which, as an index to Newton's literary talent, is an accurate, though not always flattering, gauge, Miss Smith, whose profile Cif the engraver read our hand- writing correctlyl is adjacent to this verse, is invaluable and sage. lf a difficult question in English came up, and a pupil wanted to seek a teacher who infallibly lcnew it, he Would go to Miss Robinson, all whose ideas are in perfect congruity, And whose diction is free from any confusing superfluity. For information in matters historical, Go to Mr. Bernard, who always returns answers both cate- gorical And allegorical. Next we come to Miss Nute, who has quite a predilection For English classes and for Tusitala, on both of which she has lavished affection And brought to an admirable state of nearaperfection. Now, if you will give your undivided attention, it Is our pleasure to introduce Miss Myles, who can tell you how to say, ul-low are you today" and "Don't mention it" With an air of that je-ne-sais-quoi French in it. Mr. Johnson has been with us only one year, in reality, But his merry ways and democratic attitude have already made 1'IO'l a place of good cheer and hospitality, We hope he will choose to remain for a long time in this locality. Except for the time when he teaches English in Rooms 117 and 'l'l8, Mr. Boyle can usually be found out at the traclc, early and late. lt is our fervent wish that the traclt team may give him something over which to elate, Here is Mr. Consodine, who was a famous Brown 'ilron Man" when Brown had famous Hlron Menf' a decade or so ago, Who is quite popular with those volatile sophomores in Building One who always come and go, And who lcnovvs all about Social Studiesf by which l mean Social Studies f that there is to lcnow. Finally we have Mr. Peterson, whose life is made miserable during pictures for the Newtonian, l-le manages to get through, however, with a vocabulary approaching the Johnsonian And an elegance that reminds one of the hanging gardens CBabylonianD. At last we're finished with the teachers, With their interesting careers and Qas you can seel their interesting features, And digress, as it were, from the grandstand to the bleachers. On this page you are treated with the countenances of some from your own number, Who were chosen partly because they are typical and partly because they achieved more in their waking moments than in their hours of slumber, As you can see, some are slightly smarter than the average, and some are slightly dumber. First is Jane Dealy, who is usually first in any enterprise, Who succeeds in succeeding - if you get the idea k with a maximum of affability and a minimum of lies, And who, for her truly superhuman work in keeping the Newtonian editors from one another's throats this year, deserves some sort of a prize. Next is Leonard LeSourd, sometimes called "Lil" By his acquaintances, he ought to get along in life, not only because of his athletic prowess, but because of his trait of talking when there's something to say and, when there isn't, keeping still, And probably will. This is Gerrie Wisbach, who engages in so many activities That, to weed out the less essential ones, she has had to employ all sorts of selectivities, And who is especially renowned for her terpsichorean pro- clivities. l-'lere we have Dick Whitney, the idol of the mass W Es, since he is president of the Senior class, But, fortunately, this contact with hoi polloi has failed to make him stupid or crass. CThat was nice and briefj It is nearly impossible, however, to be brief About Barbara Bancroft, that phenomenon who is silent as the tomb in class, but, to everyoneis relief, Exerts herself mightily in an extra-curricular way - even excelling in ping-pong, to the best of my belief. This silhouette shows to great advantage the Grecian profile of Barclay Feather, Who achieved the amazing feat of being simultaneously president of the Associates and a cheer-leader, together With a host of minor offices, and constantly emanates an atmosphere of pleasant weather. Meet Marcelia Rennard, who seems doomed to the position of perpetual secretary Of something or other, but whose disposition is neverthe- less reputed to be so merry That she makes her acquaintances feel like June in January. Brad Thompson ls very popular, except among the football opponents he romps on, And Cfor want of another rhyming wordj is the twin brother of Al Thompson. Evelyn Waddell, startling when crammed, as now, in only one ditty, ls startling also in that she has ideas of considerable profundity And has roused the Literary Page from its erstwhile mori- bundity. Last Cwhat a way to encllb is Leon Lipson, that pleasant person who reminds one of coffins and hearses, Who, by a simple trick, is forced to look up at the people on this page, whereas he usually looks down on them, who curses The situation, and was disgusted at being so nice to everyone whom he mentioned while writing these verses. One Hundred Sixty-one PARONGMASIA, GR, DRAMATIC SKETCI-IES OUTSIDE GF Tl-IE FACULTY Scene Cbut not Heardjz An Urban cottage on the great American desert Cnot ice cream - Ari- zonaD. Arizona one door to the building. The interior of the cottage's only room is painte Dwight. There is a bookcase filled with voluminous Tombs. The single window discloses the fact that it is a Drury day outside. An old, gray-haired man, whose superannuated countenance expresses only benevolence, is seated before the hearth. His accessories-pipe, slippers, etc. -are left to the reader's fertile imagination. A dapper, well-dressed young man enters. Dapper: Waddell are you doing' up so late ati night, Dad? Dipper Cfor he is the Feather of the young manj: Now, l'll have none of your Lipson. Set down by the fireplace. l ain't seen you for a long time. Watts new? Dapper: Nothin'. Finis Scene: a penthouse. Lady Arbuthnot has just disMr. butler because she asked Forte and he brought her Coffin doughnuts instead. She wants her maid to bring her some Ross beef, so she rings the bell. End of Round Two! lll Scene: Central Park in Spring. Everything is Budding, including the Hardy perennials. Two seedy-looking men Cfrom the beeg seedyj are sitting on a bench Byer soap-box orator who has attracted quite a mob. Orator Cin a frenzyjz My friends-y, l am opposed to the Newey Dealy. Although the Adminis- tration Ames high and aSpiers to great achievements, it has not succeeded. Prices are higher, wages are lower. The Bancroften asks for more collateral. We are uncertain as to their policies, and are constantly held in suSpence. l'm Collins you all to witness: Make Hayes while the sun shines! Doyley boid gets de woiml And, lastly .... First Hobo Casiclejx Oh, stop Prattlingl Second Hobo Casidelz Sure, he's only Fagin. First Hobo Casidejz Of course, look at White. l-le Hadden a nickel to his name, but he decided to make money and get married. l-le traveled all over the country, seeing all the Townsend cities. l-le met a beautiful girl and set out to win her. l-le kept saying old proverbs to her, like "An Appelto- day prevents sickness tomorrow," and "The pen is mightier than LeSourd." At first she didn't like it-who Wood? But Lovell find a way, and fiNally she accepted him. Now they're married, and very happy. All they're doin' is billin' and Koughan. Second Hobo Cstill asidebz Yep, New York is a cruel city. When a bum asks anyone for a dime, the folldtern around and look the other way. l wish I Wisbach in the land of Cotton. CQuick Kirtonj One Hundred Sixty-two CAN YOU IMAGINE Jane Underwood in a convent? Jerry Allen with his hair combed? Seth without Edith? Teedie Rennard in love with a midshipman? Fiora Mariotti being inCtjelClDigible? Dick Lovell in church? Mary Doyle not making all the varsities? Connie and Ruth with their own lipstick and comb? The lunchroom in order? Mr. Kidger calling girls "Miss"? Leon Lipson at the reservoir? Miss Smith being appreciated? Report cards without red ink? Bud Hatch without a harem? Mr. Walters "doing his stuff" in a burlesque show? A sit-down strike at school over the week-end? Anyone having his homework done after a vacation? Jane Dealy in a state of distraction? John and Lennie skipping school? Chris Donovan in a Model-T? The Boys' Debating Club experiencing an undefeated season? Elevators in Newton High School? Who knits Barclay Feather's sweaters? 0 Ace Forte spending money for ice cream instead of funeral bouquets? John Mansfield as a circus barker? Gordon French being consciously humorous? Sufficient food in C Lunch? Honeybunch Shapiro the life of a party? Connie Ballou flunking French? Franklin Lewenberg a mute? Bob McMullin in a strait-jacket? Albert Thomas a prize-fighter? Warm "hot plates" in the cafeteria? Betty Urban a D. A. R.? Mr. Mergendahl making a good pun? Who picks Stan Loring's ties? The Newtonite ready on time? The Newtonian ready on time? Anything ready on time? Barbara Bancroft without a smile? Chadwick Byer growing up? Paul St. George, or doesn't he leave anything to the imagination? Hugh Tomb diffident of nepotism? Marjorie Moncrieff in a state of solemnity? Howie Gross driving carefully? B. F. R. giving an original quotation? Stuart Stern making up his own reviews? Senor Argento without available blue cards? One Hundred Sixty-three Most Athletic: 1. Stanley Gruber 1. Mary Doyle Q. Paul Forte Q. Nancy MacNeiII One Hundred 'Sixty-four SENIOR STATISTICS One Who Has Done Most for Senior Cfass: 1. Chester Nevvey 1. Jane Dealy 2. Barclay Feather Q. Barbara Bancroft Most Popular: 1. Richard Whitney 1. Jeanne Budding Q. Paul Forte 9. Marcelia Rennard Best Looking: 1. Paul Forte 1. Eldora Kirton 9. Seth Fitchet SZ. Marjorie MacNaught Friendliest: 1. Herbert Buttrick 1. GeraIdine Wisbach Q. Chester Newey 2. Jeanne Budding SENIOI2 STATISTICS Most Versatile: 1. Leonard LeSourd 1. Barbara Bancroft Q. Richard Whitney Q. Jeanne Budding Most LikeIy to Succeed: 1. Leon Lipson 1. Fiora Mariotti Q. Richard LoveII Q. Jane Dealy Most Dignizqed 1. Barclay Feather 1. Dorothe Elfman 9. Leon Lipson Q. Jane Dealy Finest Sense of Humor: 1. Henry Hayes 1. Ray Arnold 9. Robert Nolan Q. Virginia Whitcomb Best Dressed: 1. Fietcher Hatch 1. Olive Cunningham 9. Jack Selby SZ. 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