Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)

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SENICDR ANNUAL CDF IXIEWTCDN l-HG!-I SCHCDOI. NEWTQNVILLE, MASSACHUSETTS JULIETTE HARVEY .,.. Editor JQHN AREND. . , Eusiness Manager I G 0 THE UELUTUW X 5 1 , W 3 A I 1 x 1 I , 1 f f K f 1 1 4 FQREWQRD IS t Q sincere dew Q tl 6 t I1 6 U tu y ur PIIQ wt IWQD69 expeu moms THb EDN JR . . . Pr ' H -' Q Mi Q QF the m 'r S an that this, dw 1938 H Vlevvtcmiamfl rruwsure Q l w ' and MUWNNQQ I Vwii M333 T' 'iw 1 XM ml W A ' " w W HI TI-4 RAYMOND A. GREEN, Assistant Principal Fou ACULTV PAUL E ELICKER, Principal IN MEMQRIAM '74 I v- 2+ ,tw 'qw' MAUDF F CAPRGN Nl of the saddest events of the 1936 1937 school year yvas the sudden passrng on May 13 1037 of Mrss Maude E Capron beloved chemrstry teache for over a quarter of a century Unlortunately vve were unable to pay trtbute to her rn the 1937 Nevvtonran so rt as vvrth heartfelt sympathy for her untrmely death that we dedrcate thrs small portron of our year book to the memory of the teacher who gave so unspa rngly of her trrne and energy to the tratnrng of Newton l-lrgh School pupils Born rn Woonsocket Rhode lsland rn 1871 Ivlrss Capron recerved her prrmary educatron there, and later at the State Normal School After graduatrng from Wellesley College, she taught at the I lrgh School rn Ansonra Connectrcut and then at Melrose Hrgh In 1919 she rnaugurated the career at Nevvton llrgh vvhrch was to last for the rest of her lrle Her sudden death from a heart attack vvhrle at her urrrrrrer home at York Beach Marne, came a a severe shock to the entrre faculty and tudent body Mrss Capron vva adrrrrred nd respected by her puprl not only as a lrne teacher of chemrstry but a a person vvho gave them a background rn the decorums of courtesy and farr play Her gentle under tandrng of student problems endeared her to all of us vvho knevv her The memory of thts teacher vvho o cheerfully devoted almost half her lrfe to wake u better men and women vvrll last loreyer Srx A ' f me 3 s t .- , , . l P22 . ff- ff . my y . 1 'Z .g' , Q' X 'fx 'Q' . 4 ,uf-1 1' t5 ' ' ,fy ft Lt , . . 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THEODORE DUFFY Prendent JOHN FERNALD DONALD BAIL Se et cr ary Treasurer Eight SENICDR EXECUTIVE COUNCIL JEREMIAH M ALLEN JULIAN HENDERSON ALLEN LEONARD A ACCETTULLO MARYLYNE AGNES A ADAMS 182 Elluot St Newton Upper Falls 350 Cabot St Newtonvulle Archy Lenny Language Weeks Boston Agatha Aggle Academnc Dedham Hugh University Cheer Leader 3 4 Sensor Play 4 Peter Bent Brngham Hosputal Camera Club To be able to play par golf consnstently To thank Newton Hugh lor the memories CATHERINE MARY AHERN 186 Parmenter Rd West Newton Kay Academic West Sprnngheld Teachers College Luterary career Q- HELEN KATHERINE AHERN 364 Auburndale Ave Auburndale Academic Warren Chandler School Band Q 3 4 Gym Meet Q 3 French Club 3 Camera Club 4 Outdoor Concert Q 3 Leguslature 4 Lunchroom Squad 4 Honor Roll 3 Mud Wnnter Concert 4 Drama Club Pageant 4 To always be tn a danclng mood JOHN ARTHUR AHERN Uncle Sam delwer the mall by the trams DEXTER GEORGE ALLEN 391 Ltnwood Ave Newtonvtlle Decker Academic Day Hockey Baseball To be a second Wnley Post 1401 Washmgton St West Newton Jack l-lemme Busuness Warren To help 19 Burch Hull Rd Newtonvnlle Jerry Language Day Duke Umvers lndoor Track Q 3 4 co Captain 3 Outdoo Track Q 3 4 Assoclates 3 Treasurer 3 Natlonal Honor Society 4 To marry an hetress JANET BEULAH ALLANBROOK 39 Norwood Ave Newton Centre Offlce Traunlng Syracuse Central Hugh Drama Club Basketball A successful marnage GEORGE HOWARD ALLEN 90 Washburn Ave Auburndale Math Warren Wentworth M l T lntermedlate Football eglsature Mucrophone Club 4 To achueye personal perlectlon Q5 Fatrlleld St Newtonvalle lash Certthcate Warren Wesleyan ng lush Club 4 Socaal Studies Club 3 Neo Dhytes 9 Drama Club 3 4 lntermedtate Basketball 3 Drama Club Play Property Com me ee 3 Sensor Play 4 National Honor Soctety 4 To succeed an what l attempt Ten WILLIAM WILSON ARBUCKLE 15 Pennsylvanna Ave Newton Upper Falls B ll Oflrce Trammg Weeks Busnness School lntermedlate Football 9 Varslty Football 3 Natnonal Honor Socnety 4 To mrltei a book of my own on the South Sea s an s WILLIAM ARMSTRONG 18 Rrversnde St Auburndale Ball Fletch Academnc Warren M I T EVA VICTORIA AUKSTOLIS 45 Mechanic St Newton Upper Falls Vncky Olllce Tranmng Weeks Commerclal Club 4 Alpha Beta Q Home Room Manager Q Gym Meet Q Soccer 9 Freld Hockey Q Badmrnton 3 To sung wnth a swmg orchestra Eleven WALLACE ARNOLD ALLEN 391 Linwood Aye Newtonvulle Wally Whnty Academic Day Vesper George To be a real estate man and sell the Duke of Wundsor a bungalow FRANK PETER ANTONUCCI 373 Langley Rd Newton Centre Buster Ant: Busvness Weeks Business School To make every day better than the last JOHN SPENCER AREND 15 Farr Oaks Ave Newtonvnlle Math Day M I T Newtoman Business Orange Shueld 9 Honor Roll 9 3 4 Junnor Dance Committee 31 Newtonxte 3 Lunch room Squad 4 Math Club 3 4 Natnonal Honor Society 3 4 Home Room Manager 3 Board ol Publ1catlons1 To tell P D R P what the score ns ELEANOR BONNAR ATWOOD 104 Atwood Ave Newtonvnlle Bonme Academ1c1 Bvgelow Pratt Institute Neophytes Q Alpha Beta Q Gym Meet 9 3 Drama Club Workshop 4 To be able to make up my mind GERALDINE AYRE 19 HunnewellC1r Newton Jerry Pat De De Academnc Cambrndge Hosprtal To become a graduate nurse JOSEPH CARL ANTONELLI 88 Charlesbank Rd Newton Sonny Jo Jo Joe Busuness Bigelow Northeastern Lunchroom Squad Indoor Track Outdoor Track To accumulate a large fortune JOAN BARBARA APELER 6 Blackstone Ter Newton Apple Academic Blgelow Art School Leglslature 4 Honor Poll 9 3 4 Lunchroom Squad 4 French Club 3 4 Secretary 4 Drama Club Workshop 4 Chorus 3 Out door Concert 3 Gym Meet 3 Senuor Picture Committee 4 Newtonian Art Edlor 4 Semor Play Stage Comlmttee 4 Newtomte 4 National Honor Socnety 4 ., ., 1 1 '1 1 1 f1 1 l 1' 1 i 4 I I - 1 1 l l 1 1, -1 1 1 '1 1 ' I 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1111 11 111 11 11 11 - 11 V11 n ' 11 K-11 11 11 ,. -1 -1 i1 ' "1 1 ' 1 1---1 ' ' 1 A , 1 ' Managen Orange Book Business Managen 11 '11 411 1111 ' 1 11 - - 11 1 11 '4111 11 -1 -1 '1 1 1 1... 1 1 Ii 11 11 111 ' ' 11 gs 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 li I 11 11 1 V1 1 ' 1 11 11 11 " 11 , I 1, PETER P AYRE Waban Ave Waban Pete, Certuhcate, Warren, Boston Umversuty, To make the most of thus llfe DONALD WILLIAMS BAIL 1025 Walnut St Newton Hughlands Don, Certrhcate Weeks Worcester Tech, Oran e Shneld 2 3 4 Legislature 2 Alpha Beta reasurer 9 Class Treasurer Q 4 Home Math Club 3 4 To be a chemust wnrh Dupont BASIL PHILIP BABCOCK JR 94 Hawthorne Ave Auburndale Pete Babby Certlhcate, Warren, Bowdom, Legaslature 3 41 Board of Socual Affalrs Board on Charters 4 Athletac Board 4 Executnve Councnl 3 Band Q 3 Senor Executrve, Social Studies Cub 4, Varslty Club 3 4, Indoor Track 3 4, Outdoor Track 3 4, To PQTTICIDGIC Ih 1940 Olympncs RUTH ELIZABETH BAIRD 12 Bertrand Rd Auburndale Certuhcate, Warren, Unwersrty of Arizona Basketball 3 4 Hockey 4, Archery 9 3 Gym Meet Q Puppeteers 3 4,French Club 4 ELIZABETH ANN BAKER Betty Bet Academrc Warren Wesleyan Soccer Q, Badmmton 3 4 peteers 4, To Fund out how the Doodle works CAROLYN BANKER for Napoleon' WILLIAM FRANCIS BARLOW Bull Bully Busmess, Warren 196 Cornell St Newton Lowe r Falls Iowa Pup Dnpsy Q6 Hnllsude Rd Newton Hnghlands Carol Cal, Certificate, Weeks, Jumor College Art School, Chorus 41 Soclal Studies Club 4, None Look what It dnd 301 Lexmgton St Auburndale STEPHEN BALKUS 39 Wetherell St Newton Upper Falls Bebo Academic Weeks Varsaty Football 9 3, Golf Q 3 Honor Roll To hold a royal us CHARLES S BANNON 50 Murray Rd West Newton Charlle Blondue Goldle Busuness Allc Phnllups, Not to wash lor a mulluon dollars but lor a hundred thousand bnlluon dollars CORTLANDT VANCE BARNES 140 Oakvale Rd Waban Barney Academuc Warren Brown To sell around the world un a sloop Twelve ' I l -1 ., . I l . . I i .. , - 1 1 ' , 31 , 1 1 1 1 . 1 1- I , 1 1 1 1 1 M .1 1 1 1 . ., ' ., ., i i ., . . . i Sr 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Room Manager, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Newtonlte, Q, 3. 1 1 1 - ., ., 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 , ' ' H h. . . .I . .I I , , . I .I I . Ii ' i . 1 I I 1 1 - v I , - . . W Il ' , ' , ' . 1 A' 1 1 1 ' MARGARET ANN BEASOM 955 Homer St Newton Centre PeS5Y Language Weeks Lasell Alpha Beta Q Englnsh Club 3 4 Aviation Club 4 Lunchroom Squad 3 4 Soccer 9 Pang pon Q 3 4 Gurls Gym Meet Q 3 Todo whatl say I m goung to do 73 Rockland Pl Newton Upper Falls Terry Offtce Tramnng Weelcs Alpha Beta Q Gym Meet 3 I-loclcey Q Commerclal Club 3 4 Outdoor Concert 4 Mud winter Concert 4 Chorus 4 Semor Play Busrness Commtttee To always come smnlrng through ELEANORE ELAINE BERGEN Q9 Broadway Newtonvulle Kitten Tmy Ofhce Trarmng Day Com mercral Club To do thlngs when I please how I Dlease and where I please Thfrteen HARRY WARREN BARROW 9 Hlghland Ave Newtonvulle Krd Language Day Harvard Junior Var stty Baseball Q Jumor Varsrty Basketball 3 lntermeduate Football 3 Alpha Beta 9 Socnal Studtes Club 4 Sensor Play Publncrty Com mnttee Natuonal Honor Soclety 4 M D un the navy KATHERINE JULIA BARRUS 139 Pleasant St Newton Centre Kay Kah Academic Fltzwrlllam Junlor Hugh N H Home Economucs 2 To become a graduate nurse MARJORIE SHIRLEY BECKER 106 Austin St Newtonvtlle Beclcy Margle Mudge Office Trannung1 Day Lasell Tenms Alpha Beta Englush Club To be an elluclent secretary 980 Waltham St West Newton Ben Benny Language Day Unlversry ol Michigan Harvard Honor Roll Q 3 Trallxc Squad 3 Math Club 3 4 Debating Club 4 Aviation Club Q 3 4 Treasurer 3 President 4 Sensor Play Propertles Com mlttee Usher Sensor Assemblies Commlttee of B8 Natronal Honor Soclety 4 To have my Pu and eat ut DOMINIC JOSEPH BIANCO 65 Border St West Newton BIFIBIZ Busmess Warren To see the Red Sox bea the Bees an a World Series EDWARD H BARROWS JR 9 Eddy St West Newton Eddy Academic Day1 Boston Umversrty School of Law To be a dtstruct attorney JOHN ROBERT BARRY 190 Tremont St Newton John Jaclr Ceruhcate Bugelow Unrver slty oflvlalne Hocltey Q 3 4 Intermediate Q 3 Varsity 4 Tenms Q 3 4 Intermedlate 9 3 Varsxty 4 Spanish Club 4 Legnsla ture Q To hear Jlm Dealy defeat Tommy Walters In an argument . , . ' 1 1 I1 1 - 1 '1 I ' 1 1 ,I 1 1 - I 1I1 1 1 1 1 - 1 ' 1 1 . 1 ., ., I II ,I . . . I I .. I I I .I I 1 - 41 ', 1 I 1 I, 1 , 1 1 V . 1 1 1 1 ,I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 .1 H ., I 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I 1 1 II, ' 1 I I V' , . 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1I 1 1 1 . I I 1 1 1 1 1 - S1 - 1 ,I 1 I 1 1 1 . LORETTA M. BELLEFLEUR ELMER ROBINSON BENEDICT 1- V I' 3 ., ., 1, jiifeg' 1 1 1 I I I1 1 1 1 - I I 1 1 1 1- 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 ,I41 ' , 1' 1 1 1 I1 1 - I I1 1 1 1 1 1 .f " I1 1 1 1 I I, 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I - I 1 I I 1 4 1 1 1 'I '1 . 1. M1 1 I 'I 1 1 ' 3 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 I 1 1 T I - DAVID PAUL BIRTWELL 59 Lakewood Rd Newton Highlands Dut Dave Certuhcate Weeks Notre Dame Lunchroom Squad Englush Club 3 Play 3 Soclal Studues Club 4 Semor Play Usher Assustant Home Room Manager 4 ln medrate Hockey 3 To be a success lh llle ROBERT WILLIAM BLAOUERE 66 Gllbert St West Newton Bob Blackue Busmess Warren Business School Track Manager Q To be successful GEORGE CHALMERS BLACK Q33 Linwood Ave Newtonyllle Georgre Academuc Gardner Hugh Honor Roll 3 Orange Book 3 Stage Commmee 4 Sensor Play Commrttee 4 Newtomte 4 Chaurman of Drama Board 41 Executwe Coun cnl 4 Natronal Honor Socrety 4 To see the Drama Club supplued wuth cold cream after an assembly ADELINE LOUISE BLONGOSTAINER 15 Jasset St Nonantum Blonlue Cha Cha Ofhce Traunnng Day Cmraves Desrgmng School Chorus To go to desugmng school EDNA RUTH BLOTNER Q95 Tremont St Newton High Boston University To travel around the world JOHN VINCENT BONNER 96 Rowe St Auburndale ack Academic Warren Job In sports world CHARLOTTE NIICGREGOR BOGGS 5 Ruoley Ter Newton Centre Club Home Room Manager To be as useful to the world as posslble BEVERLY FRANCIS BOOTH 934 Jackson St Newton Centre Language Weeks Boston Umverslty De batrng Club Q 3 Social Studies Club Q Class Secretary Q Forum Committee 3 To be a teacher of history MARJORIE ADRIENNE BORDEN CHARLES HASKELL BOWERS 94 Day St Auburndale 156 Woodward St Newton Hnghlands Margre Certlhcate Warren Lasell Archery Chass Charlie Language Weelvs Bowdoun Soccer Usher lor Gym Meet Tennus To be a Orchestra 9 3 Home Room Manager Q buyer and lnve on the North Shore To be a clarinet st Fourteen 'I V -r I 1 ' 1 1 U 1 1 1 1 A 1 ' 1 I I 1 I 1 1 1 1 I1 1 I 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 ter- I I 1 I ' - ' 1 1 . 1 1 I I 1 1 1 ' ., ., 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 I ' 1 ' ' ' 1 i 1 1 1 - I I 1 1 .1 4, Red, Edduef Office Trainingi Brookline Language, Hebron, lndiap Dennisonf French 1 ' 1 1 I 1 ' , ., ., J 1 '1 1 ' I 1 1 I I' ' 1 - - r r i I I I r i 1 I I ri S. Y- 1 S ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - 1 " 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I . l . +. CHARLES BENTLEY BRICKETT Q69 Auburndale Ave Auburndale Chaz Are Porky Business Warren Boston University Orange Shi ld Sensor Play Camera Club Legislature Alternate Nationa Honor Society 4 To find the real Joe Busch CARL DENNIS BROOKS Q5 Kenyon Qt West Newton High School N H To find the guy who puts the pins in shirts HERBERT PATTON BOYLE 49 Hillside Rd., Newton Highlands Herbie Herbole, Berbole- Certificate- Weeks- Northeastern University Neophytes, 9- Legrslature 3- Lunchroom Squad 3- Home Room Manager- lntermedlate Hockey, 9- To be a success IH business and home Isle. VICTORIA ELIZABETH BREZOSKA 906 Concord St Newton Lower Falls Vickie Vic Academic Warren Nurses Nightingale JAMES ALFRED BRICKETT JR 95 North St Newtonvllle Certificate Day Wesleyan Alpha Beta Intermediate Football Social Studies Club Orange Book Stage Crew To invent reversed roller skates lor backward children CHARLES W BROWN 'I4 Eliot Memorial Rd Newton Brownie Academic Phoenix Union High Phoenix Junior College SAMUEL BASSETT BROWN THOMAS H BROWN JR 544 Ward St Newton Centre 84 Freeman St Auburndale B S C I YOWCQTIZ Em beiitifrcate Weeks Bowdoin Ginger Butch Academic Warren To be nterme late oot a I Q 4 Sk T 3 come a minor or major league ball player To know what it s all about Fifteen Training Tennis To be a second Florence NORBERT FRANCIS BRADY 18 Putnam St., West Newton Dok, Bellows Norbie- Academic- Warren1 Social Studies Club, 4- Alpha Beta, 3- Band, Q, 3, 4- Orchestra, 9- Senior Play Committee, 4, Legislature Alternate, 4- Home Room Mana- ger, 9- To be a New Hampshire farmer raising strawberry oickers. ELIZABETH ALBERTINE BRIARD 69 Playstead Pd Newton Betty Butch Certificate Bigelow Lasell English Club Q Drama Club Q Verse Sneak :ng Chorus 4 To be a toe dancer iv 0 'tri 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 S A 1 i A 1 i ' 1 f ' i J 1 2 f 1 1 1 1 1 - - . , 1 . . A tu..--A5 I ' A V 1 4 1 f 1 V i " r i A i i r I 'Z 1 I i 1 1 f A I I i i 1 f 1 ' . - -1 ' ' ., 1 ' Nio, Tarz, Brooksie1 Academic, Amherst ' , ', ' ' ' , 1 ' 1 i 1 - 1 1 1 i 1 1 - "4 1 1 1 I eam1 141 ' . . ' if "'T'27gjZ VIRGINIA SPOTSWOOD BROWN 148 Drckerman Rd Newton Hrghlands Gnngy Language Weeks, Swarthmore Neophytes Secretary Lunchroom Squad Q 3 4 Gym Meet 2 3 Honor Roll 2 3 4 Natlonal Honor Socrety 3 4 Vrce Pres: dent 4 Newtonian Crrculatron Manager 4 Orange Book 4 Orange Shield Q 3 4 Lrbrary Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 Drama Club 3 4 Englrsh Club 3 Legrslature 4 Bad mrnton 3 Grrls Assembly 4 ANNE BRUEMMER 41 Lundberg Ave West Newton Andy Warren Bates Archery Q 3 Chorus 3 Newtonrte 3 Chrrstmas Pageant 3 Out door Concert 3 Alwa s to be able to see VIRGINIA BROWNELL Guno Grnny Language BrgeIow1 Chevy Chase Duke Alpha Beta 21 Neophytes 2 Eng rsh Club 3 Socral Studres Club 4 Drama Club Workshop 4 Freld Hockey 9 Basketball 4 Tennus 4 Chorus Q 3 Out door Concert 9 3 Gym Meet 2 To be or NATHALIE ELIZABETH BUCK Nate Bucky Olllce Trarmng1 Warren Prerce Secretarral School Grrls Gym Meet 9 3 Socral Studres Club 4 40 Converse Ave Newton 86 Wrthrngton Rd Newtonvulle PAUL WILLIAM BULIUNG GEORGE B BULLOCK JR 497 Boylston St Newton Centre 550 Chestnut St Waban Bud Academrc Day, Drama Club Treasurer Bull Certrhcate Warren Brown Stage Sensor Play To tour Europe on a bicycle gredw lgdosr Track 9 Outdoor Track Socral tu les u CLAIRE PATRICIA BURKE FRANCIS RALPH BURKE 144 Webster St West Newton 917 Derby St West Newton Pat Burkre1 Olfrce Tramungl Warren Eclcle Busrness Warren Business School Chandlers Chorus 2 3 Gym Meet 9 3 To make Bam bereadvonhme Commercual Club Q1 Outdoor Concert 3 To drscover my ambltlon JOHN AMBROSE BURKE JOHN THOMAS BURNS 427 Albemarle Rd Newtonvrlle 411 Newtonvulle Ave Newtonvrlle Jakne Jack Come Trrggen Academuc Jack Shoeshlne Academrc Day1 To go to Day Busmness School of Accountrngl Inter sea mediate Football Golf To some day play on the Walker Cup Team Srxteen -1 -1 1' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 A1 ,1 1-1 1 11 1 1 11 l' 1 1 ' , 1 - -1 1. 1 - - 1 1 ,1 11 A 11 11 11 , 11 - Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 .11 1 11 1 1 1 1 v' 1 1 ' 1 1 - 1 1 ,, -1 -1 1 A 1 1 1 11 1 I 1 1 ' 1 1 11 ' 11 - 1 1 11 Y 11 1- the funny side of lile. . , . ., .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ' 1 ' . .1 11 1 . 41 -1 , ' ' ' " 1 1.1 H 1 1- 1 V1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1-A 1 1 ,Q -1 -1- 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 7 ' ' ' ' 1 1 IRENE BUTCHART 335 Elliot St Newton Upper Falls Scottie Office Training Weeks Boston University Alpha Beta Commercial Club 3 4 Outing Club 3 4 Orange Book 4 Orange Shield 3 4 Lunchroom Squad 4 Chorus 3 Outdoor Concert 3 Senior Play Committee Senior Play Chairman Business Commltteefor Senior Play Honor Roll 2 3 4 Newtonian Staff 4 National HonorSociety 4 BARBARA L CAINE Q8 Day St Auburndale Babs Barby Office Training Warren CommerclalClub Q 3 Social Studies Club 4 Camera Club 4 Chorus 3 Outdoor Con cert 3 Gym Meet Q 3 JOHN TRESSLER CALLIHAN 110 Cedar St Newton Centre Cal Lefty Certnlicate Weeks Dartmouth Football Q Varsity 3 Intermediate Hockey 2 lndoorTrack 3 4 Outdoor Track 2 3 4 Ski Team 3 Legislature 4 Social Studies Club 4 Senior Play Varsity Club Life insurance Seventeen WILLIAM STEPHEN BURNS 133 Eliot Ave., West Newton Butch, Boozie, Academic, Warreni Massa- chusetts Statef Football, 3, 4, Intermediate, 3, Varsity, 41 Golf, 31 Basketball, 3, To play a foursome with Snead, Guldhal, and Sarazen. ELIZABETH ELLEN BURROWS 68 Prospect Pk. Newtonville Bets Certificate Day1Lasell Junior College Legislature Alternate Q1 Radio Club Q Archery 9 Home Room Manager 3 Basket ball 3 French Club 31 Chorus 31 Outdoor Concert 3 Socral Studies Club 4 WALTER THOMAS CAHILL JR 1650 Washington St West Newton Tom Academic Warren Georgetown University To make money to buy the time to get the things money won t buy SELMA LILLIAN CALL 82 High St Newton Upper Falls Sally Sal Academic Weeks Framingham Teachers Baseball To always be on time GLADYS C CAMERON 18 Harrington St Newtonville Glad Gladie Came, Office Training Day Boston University Home Economics Club 2 Commercial Q Chorus 3 Outdoor Concert 31 Gym Meet 3 Aviation Club 4 Social Studies Club 4 MARCIA BUTE BUROFSKY 103 Langdon St., Newton Marcie, Marty, Academicf Warrenf Massa- chusetts Artf Social Studies Club, 41 Gym fYljet4 91 French Club, 91 To conquer my i ea s." FRANCIS BUSWELL, JR. 391 Kenrick St. Newton Buzzy Certificate Bigelow Prep School Eartinouth Spanish Club To be a lawyer or dn Cl' , 1 4 1 1 4 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 4 1 4 1 1 1 1 - . ., ., 4 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 4 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 4 i 4 I 1 i 1 f ' 1 1 1 1 1 41 1 4 14 1 4 1 4 1 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 - ' -1 11 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - ., ., 1, 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 'S 1 4 1 1 1 4 4 14 1 1 1 4 1 1 4 1 41 4 4 1 41 1 4 1 1 4 4 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 , . 4 45. ' f ? . MARY FRANCES CAMERON 'l5 Dav1s Ave West Newton MGYY J Academrc Warren Mss Chamber n s ong Q Ten Q Fren Club 3 Socral Studues Club 4 Candy Com muttee lor Sensor Play Honor Roll 4 Gym Meet 9 To deslgn my own clothes and wrote musuc luke Cuershwln S VIRGINIA CANFIELD 334 Auburndale Ave Auburndale Gun Gnnny Academic Bigelow Modern pp Y succeed un everythtng l do ANNE THERESE CAMPBELL 3 Pond Ave Newton Soupy Shrnmp Academlc Bigelow Nurses Trannxng Soccer Basketball Gym Meet Q 3 Neophytes 9 French Club Q 3 Camera Club Q 3 Knnttmg 3 4 OutdoorConcert To invent clocks for Newton Hrgh that keep perfect tume EMERSON HEYWARD CANNEY 939 Auburn St Auburndale Clmker Certnhcate Boston Enslush North work nn synthetlc chemistry especvally cellophane pyralun pyroxalm etc we-'av JOHN CANTY JOHN LOUIS CAPPELLO Q48 Grove St Auburndale 5'I Oak Ave West Newton CATHERINE JEANNE CARDINAL Undecided To be a blologlst RUSSELL KNOWLTON CARLE 97 Cross St West Newton Russ Business Warren To be a reporter X Q9 Margaret Rd Newton I-lnghlands Language Lyman B Golf Pawtucket I2 I Jack Academlc Warren Treasurer Science Barn Lnttle Giant Stretch Business Warren Actlvltles Club Busnness School To buy a Cord and travel all through the Umtecl States INEZ M V CARDINALI 9698 Chestnut St Newton Upper Falls Fuzz Academc Weeks Massachusetts Gen r I-losortal I-Ickey Q Varsty 3 Soccer Q 3 4 Varsity Basketball 3 4 La crosse 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Badmmton 3 4 Natronal Honor Soclety 3 4 Honor Poll Q 3 4 Outnng Club 4 Lunchroom Squad 4 Alternate to Legtslature 4 To be a arr hostess WALTER JOSEPH CARLEY JR 77 Charlesbank Rd Nevxton Bons ltny Academic Bngelow Boston Unlverstty Varsity Football 3 4 Varsity Indoor Track 4 Outdoor 4 Lunchroom Squad 3 4 To teach and coach E1ghteen I 1 '1 1 I - A 1 ' 1 A1 ' 1 ' V lan 1plf15-D 1 , 3, ms, 1 ch ' 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 A 1 - 1 1VV 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1111:-1 "1 X .1 .X 11 -1 1 ' 1 '1 ' 1 ' 1 M 1 A 1 - School ol A lied Artf G m Meet, 91 To easterni Aviation Club, 31 To do research 1 . . 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'I 1 I - 1 ' 1 1 - 1 ' 1 V li ' 1 1 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 1 LUCIUS STIRLING CARPENTER, JR. 73 Clark St., Newton Centre Luch Academic- Weeks' New Hampshire State Manager lntermediate Football Score Board 9 3 4 Moving Picture Squad Gov ernment forestry work VERNE CASANAVE JOHN GUIDO CASTOLDI Lefty Academic Gui Acaclemuc Warren Holy Cross HELEN FRANCES CATERINO Commercral Club Chorus Outdoor Concert Gym Meet Honor Roll To see the world ARTHUR JOSEPH CAVANAUGH JOHN W CAVANAUGH Academic Day Johnny Academic Day Colby Junior Nmeteen ELINOR CARUSO 'I4 Mague Pl., West Newton Al Elly Office Training- Warren- To be a successful secretary THERESA CARUSO MARY CARVELLI 368 Langley Rd Newton Centre 50 Parsons St West Newton Terry Academic Weeks Framingham Glee Mimi May Mlm Academic Day Bryant Club Camera Club Alpha Beta and Stratton Social Studies Club To see my brother a member ofthe Boston Bruins 423 Lowell Ave Newtonville 'l3 RYGD C! West NCWROYI Baseball Football Basketball To be a Dro lessional baseball player FLORENCE PATRICIA CAVALLO 76 Lexington St Auburndale 4' 54 Oak Ave West Newton Burdett Track 2 Hockey 9 3 Soccer Q Basketball Q Baseball 2 Gym Meet Q 3 To eat The B15 Apple 44 Kensington St Newtonville 15 Bonwood St Newtonville Varsity Football Q 3 Hockey Manager 9 31 To become a good stock broker u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 I -i 1 511 t 1 1 1 1 1 - 41 11 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 ' A1 1 -' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . 1 1. ., J '1 1 ' . Ii ' 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - ' , 1 L, 1 . ' ., -1 I 4: Office Trainingi Warrenf Katharine Ciibbsg FlOSSlC1 FllD1 Cav1 Office Tl'diV1iflS1 Wdffeni ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 b ' I 2 4 1 , 14 I . ' ' 1 . A 1 ' 1 i 1 V 1 1 1 1 1 DANIEL PAUL CEDRONE 89 Adams St. Newton Cheedro Academnc Day Varslty Basket ball 9 3 4 Chorus Baseball To be Admrral ol Skunk Hollow Naval Academy MARGUERITE LILLIAN CHAMPAGNE Q14 Calufornra St Newton 44 Cheswlck Rd Auburndale Margie Olflce Training Day To cross the Dot Val Muffet Language Warren country In a Ford V eight convertible coupe Wheaton Camera Club 3 Gym Meet 9 F nch Club 3 Ayratlon Club 9 3 ll l N CHAISSON LLOYD BURTO 57 Evergreen Ave, Auburndale Mathemattcs Warren Prep School Dart mouh Sk: Team 3 Vnce Presldent 4 Cavalry Club 3 Treasurer 4 German Club Camera Club Busuness and avlatlon DOROTHY CHANDLER cou'd only master Mr Muzzey X HENRY JOHN CHANDONAIT PRISCILLA HOPE CHAPPLE N t n 93 Hellsude Rd Newton l-lrghlands 99 Jerome Ave West ew o P Academnc Weeks Lasell Neophytes f,zr fha Frenchy Shanty Academic Warren Bur ussy Q L l t re 4 more than just malfe the grade dett Scrence Actuvutres Club I want to do esxsa u JANE ELIZABETH CHARLTON LOIS ELINOR CHASE b d I 98 Lewrs St Newton 63 lsllngton Rd Au urn a e C hcate Reno Hugh School Reno Nev Lady Academuc Warren, School of Drama er I Drama Club 4 Christmas Play 4 None look School of Fine Art Yale Newtonrte Vice what It dad to Napoleon' Presldent of Drama lub To llve In a S35 OOO estate on Staten Island CHARLES WILLIAM CHENEY 1478 Beacon St Waban Bull George Certfncate Warren Wrllram and Mary Junror Varsity Football Q Var stty 3 4 To lnve a lnfe of ease and comfort PHILIP JAMES CHESARONE 91 5 Chestnut S+ Waban Phll Ches Chees Cheesarone Academic Warren Northeastern Varsity Football Base ball, Trackl To be a bug shot rn the cnty of Newton Twenty 1 , i I i ' F I , - . . . 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' ' xl ., .., , i - 1 i i , , , i f i , i - i 1 i - , , i - I PHYLLIS LILA CHEYNE 32 Rowe St Auburndale Sslby Phyl Academlc Warren Summons Avlatuon Club 3 4 Secretay 41 To be an QCC reporter I I JOSEPHINE ANN CICCARIELLO SUSIE ROSE CINELLI 979 Pearl St Newton WILSON FARNSWORTH CLARK 'l44 Hancock St Auburndale Wllltc Wol Machuganu Certlf1cate War ren Middlebury German Club Q 3 GI e Club 3 4 Aviation Club 4 National Honor Society 3 4 To be a good ylollnlst MARGARET YOUNG CLAYTON 45SalrsburyRd Newton Peggy Peg Certlhcate Day Duke Pun p ng 3 English Club 3 4 Play 3 Mucr phone Club 4 Aveatron 3 Band 3 Out door Concert 3 Candy Commnttee Sensor Play Lunchroom Squad 3 4 Camera Club 3 4 To meet Shadrach Meshach Abednego Twenty one To g ow one unch more BEATRICE ALICE CLARK 59 Newell Rd Auburndale Framingham Normal Badminton Q 3 4 Soccer 3 4 Lacrosse S2 3 4 Manager 3 Basketball 9 Archery 9 Tournament Wm ner 9 Gym Meet Q 3 Glee Club 3 4 Commrttee of B8 Natronal Honor Socrety 4 CHARLES L CLARKE 109 Oaklengh Rd Newton Commodore Major General1Certlflcate Oneuda N Y Bowdonn Motion Pncture Squad 3 4 Mrcrophone Club 3 4 To meet and take out Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs F LORRAINE CLEMENTS 797 Washington St Newtonyslle Lorry Rusty Office Tralnnng Day Social Studies Club 3 4 Vice President 4 Archery 9 Tenms 9 Basketball Q Gym Meet 9 Chorus Senlor Dance Commlttee To Frmsh reading The Nile 87 Floral St Newton Highlands Jo Peanut Academ1c1 Weeks Burdett Soccer Baseball Honor Roll Home Economncs Club Glee Club Chorus Outdoor Concert ROSA ELIZABETH CHIACCHIA B3 Border St West Newton Shorty Wmdy Ro Academic Warren Massachusetts General or Boston Unuverslty, Secretary Home Economncs Club Glee Club Chorus Outdoor Concert 3 4 Honor Roll 3 4 Natlonal Honor Society 4 To be a slngnng doctor or a croonlng surgical nurse VALIA GLORIA CICCONE Q0 Wlllow St Newton Centre Val Offrce Trannun Weeks National Honor Society 3 4 aptaun Tenms Team Verse Soealunq Chou Home Room Manager Treasurer Commercual Club Commnttee ol BB To see the world ISS w K 'I 'I "-,'I A 'I1 1 '1 1' 1 1 ' 1 1 41I I1 I ' ln' 'I 1 1 1 ' 1 I A' ' - 1 1 F , 1 1 1 1 1 I 4- . v - . , 1 1 1 1 " 1 .XI -N ' I ' J :I . I 'I 1 1 ' 1 1 1 I' . ' Ei I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 s . I 1 I 1 r . 1 1 . ., ,, I - , Suef Office Training1Day1 Office work. Bea, Beasa, Bea'cyf Academici Warreng 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 I1 1 I1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1-4 11 L4 III -1 ' ., 'V' ' ' 1 1 1 " 1 - 1 ' 1 1 " 1 1 I :I 1I 1 1 2 1 . -1 1 I1 1 1 1 1I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - I -1 I -1 I , , , 1 1 " 1 1 1 IA S- I 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 ' ' 1 0 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 0- I 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - g 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I - 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 . 1.II ' i ' iv: . an I ll 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 - 'I CECILIA ELIZABETH COLLINS CONSTANCE ELIZABETH COLLINS ERNEST JULIUS COLANTONIO Q15 Adams St., Newton Skippy, Academic, Dayf Lafayette1 Varsity Football, Q, 3, 41 Varsity Basketball, Q, 31 Varsity Baseball, 9, 3- Chairman Orange Shield- Treasurer National Honor SoCiety1 Vice-President Senior Class- Senior Executive Council' Chairman Civics Board- Chairman Senior Play Committee- Legislature, JEAN DAY COLEGROVE 309 Mt. Vernon St, West Newton Office Training Morristown N J U decided NATHALIE ELIZABETH COLE 119 Ouinobequin Rd., Newton Lower Falls Nat, Nate1Certihcate1Warren1 Basketball, 31 Archery, 21 Lacrosse, 9, 3, 41 Soccer, 9, 3, 41 Class Team, Q 3- Badminton 3 4- Gym Meet Q, 3 4- Puopeteers- To raise collies as a hobby. JANET ANNE COLEMAN 'l4 Avon Pl. Newton Cuddles Academic Bigelow Home Eco mmics Club To model winter clothing in iam: L 19 Cottage St Newton UDDer Falls Cas Academic Weeks Perry Kindergarten School Camera Club Q 3 4 Social Studies Club 4 Outdoor Concert 3 To sell relriger ators tothe Eskimos EARL BRYANT COLVIN 'IO3 Collins Rd Waban Junie Certificate Warren Boston Univer sity Junior Varsity Football Q Varsity 3 4 Legislature 2 Home Room Manager Q 3 Newtonian Circulation Committee 4 To beat Gar Wood JOHN DRIVER CONOUEST 1054 Walnut St Newton Highlands Johnny Conk Academic Weeks Duke University Junior Varsity Football fc' ' 95 Orchard Ave Waban Connie Acaderric Gordon Junior High Washington D C Stanford English Club 4 Honor Poll 4 Tennis 4 To drive around the world in my own car MARY ELAINE CONDON 474 Brookline St Newton Centre Connie Academic Weeks Deaconess Hospital Soccer Gym Meet To be a nurse BARBARA RITA S CONRAD S Emerson St Newton Pabs B Barbie Academic Bigelow Boston University Soccer Hockey Aviation Club 9 3 Senior Play Costume Committee To find someone who can read my writing Twenty two 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , .1 H- - 1 1 1 - . 1 ., ., 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' i 1 1 1 i 1 1 -i i 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 -1 1 1 ., ., . 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 I 1 1 i 1 1 ., -1 'A 1 1 1 1 f 1 21 1 1 1 1 ., 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 4'l Curve St West Newton 'IO Stafford Rd Newton Centre Kay Academic Memorial Junlor Hugh Framlngham Normal or Boston Unsverslty Archery To be an excellent soclal servvce worker who wlll make the road of lxfe easver for youth JAMES T COWAN JR 731 Beacon St Newton Centre Jlm Jamo Jnmmle Academic Mllltary School To become O C of the hrst Life Guards ELAINE COYNE 'lO'l'l Washungton St Newtonv lle Penny Certlhcate Bigelow New Rochelle Hockey Q Soccer 9 Basketball Q 3 Neo phytes 9 Alpha Beta English Club 3 4 Play 3 Drama Club 3 4 Candy Commuttee 3 Program Commhtee 4, Gym Meet 9, To grow Twenty three CHARLOTTE COOK Q0 Fern St Auburndale Cookie Language Warren Wheaton National Honor Socuety 3 4 Orchestra Q 3 Lunchroom Squad 3 Math Club 9 To play the piano luke Paderewskl JOHN CORBETT 41 Butts St Newton UDDEY Falls Busnness Weeks Golf Baseball Hockey To be a success ln anythnng l attempt MARJORIE CALDWELL COUGHLAN Marne Marge Academlc Weeks New England Baptist Hosoltal Orchestra Q 3 4 Ensemble 3 Concerts 2 3 4 Gym Meet 3 Lcnrhroom Souad 4 Home Room Manager 4 Honor Roll 3 4 National Honor Society 4 To be a good nurse JOAN COX 39 Kimball Ter Newtonvllle Ce tlflcate Day Katharine Gibbs Legxsla ture 9 Alternate 3 Alpha Beta 9 Radio Club Q Library Club 3 English Club 3 Honor Roll Q 3 4 Secretary Drama Club 4 Vnce Presldent Spanish Club 4 Junior Semor Essay Committee 3 Natlonal Honor Socuety 4 MARY LOUISE CRAIN 450 Crafts St West Newton Weezue Cramxe Academic Warren Sum mons and Childrens Hosoltal To bleed to mend to saw to stitch IRENE MILDRED COOK 91 Goddard St Newton Hughlands Cookne Academic Weeks Bryant and Stratton Basketball 9 3 Soccer Q 3 Avra non Club Outdoor Concert 9 3 Indoor Concert 3 Outing Club Doctorsassnstant NICHOLAS JOSEPH COSTA 'lQO Adams St Nonantum Nsck Costa Academic Day Baseball T play the trumpet or to be a farmer 1' .HM I . 'A A A -1 -1 A I I I A 1 1 1 1 lll-1 A 1 1 1 I - I. ' V 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .- - . 1 1 1 - A , 1 I 32253 Aa 1 .1 I 1 11 -, u., me ., 11 A 1 I 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 O KATHLEEN ELVIN COUETT A 1, . ., ' A -"1 I1 A 1 ' A I ' 1 AA 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 ' 1 1 i I 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 I . , 1 l ,1 A .1 ' A 1 1 A A 1 A 1 I " 'A 1 1 A A 1 A - 1 . . 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 - 1 1 1 i I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 . I i . . . 1 1 1 1 A 1 , 1 1 A A 1. - A 1 1 A - 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SYDNEY LOMAX CROOK 80 Claremont St Newton Syd Mathematrcs Cambridge Latrn M l T age Commtttee 4 Cavalry Club 4 Camera Club 4 To be an automotlve engineer NATALIE JUNE CULGIN 79 Curcurt Ave Newton Highlands Nat Nata Academrc Weeks Chandlers Busrness School Soccer 9 Camera Club Chorus 3 4 Outdoor Concert To reach the top wrthout Iarlrng MARY ELIZABETH CRYAN 9 Whrtney Rd Newtonvrlle Luz Pe5SY Academtc Day Penn HallJumor College Basketball 9 French Club Radro Club Sensor Plav Commlttee Alternate to Leglslature Alumnr Nrght ELEANOR JOAN CUMMINS 91 l'ldlCYon Rd Newton Centre Academuc Weeks Massachusetts General Hosprtal Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 Kntttlng Club 4 Honor Poll 9 3 4 Lunch room Squad 4 To realnze my daydreams ELIZABETH ANN CUNNINGHAM 79 West Pune St Auburndale Betty Olfrce Trannung Warren Hockey Class Captain 9 Varsrty 3 4 Co captaun 4 Varsnty Basketball 3 4 Alpha Beta 9 Outnng Club 3 4 Orange Shreld 4 Honor Roll 9 Natrona! Honor Socrety 4 STEPHEN S CUPOLI accordron FRANCIS MICHAEL CURTIS 91 Los Angeles St Newton Cupy Eagle Beaker Sno Academlc Day Trade School To play operatxc musrc on my B Mechantc S Newton Upper Falls Clark Academic Weeks Scrence Actuvttles Club To cross the country rn a model 'I Ford JOAN CROSBY CUNNINGHAM 46 Allerton Pd Newton Hughlands Spanky Academlc Weeks Bouve Soccer Hockey Track Basketball Outlng Club Leguslature Executtve Commuttee THERESA REGINA CURTIN 'lO Pond Ave Newton Tess Tessre Academic Bigelow Bryant and Stratton Baseball Q Basketball 2 Home Economtcs Club 3 4 Vice President 4 SoclalStudresClub 4 Knrttrn5CIub 4 Chorus Gym Meet 3 Concert 4 To Fund the corner around whnch Drosnerrty rs hrdlng SALLY SHARPE CUSHING 536 Walnut St Newtonvvlle Language Day Wheaton Archery 9 Tenms 3 Badminton 3 Hockey Q 3 4 Varsity 3 4 Engltsh Club 3 4 Legtslature 4 Socral Board 4 Sensor Executlve Councnl Senior Play Prestdent Library Club 4 Mncro phone Club 3 Lunchroom Squad 3 To have my three washes come true Twenty four ., If 1 1 1---1 11 11 Sg . 1 . . - 11 11 1 11 1 11 . 1 1 1 . ., ,, 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1,1 111 1 11 1111 - . 11 . 1 . ., .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 111' 11 1 1 1 1 fri 1i i - 111 11 11 ,. -1 -1 I 1 ri ii 1 i i i 1 1 1 11 11 . 111 ' fi 2 11 11 1 11 11 , 'b . t., ' ' '. 11 1 11 ' ' 11 11 1111 111 111 11 11 1 1 11 1 11 11 PETER JAMES CUTELIS Q35 Pearl St., Newton Greg, Adonis, Appolisf Academic, Day, Purdue- Varsity Football Varsity Club Swimming Team Wrestling Team To become an Eddie Duchin GEORGE WILLIAM CYR 30 Kensington St., Newtonville Georgia Academic, Day, Aviation Schoolf Aviator and diver ELEANOR GERTRUDE DALE ROSE ANNA DALEY 105 Auburn St Auburndale 73 West Pune St Auburndale Academic Warren Chorus To Find a good Dlmples Blondie Business Warren To position lead Benny Goodman s orchestra CHARLES H DANIELS LOLA MAE DATH Tl Fern St Auburndale 25 Normandie Rd Auburndale Charlie Chiclc Busuness Bigelow Diesel Lo Day Wilfred Academy Chorus 3 4 Engineering To be a Diesel engineer or the Outdoor Concert 3 To llve love and learn greatest auto race driver THEODORE ALLAN DAVIDSON 182 Beethoven Ave Waban Ted Teddy Dave Certihcate Warren U Club 4 Properties Committee Senior Play To raise a beard and become a farmer DOROTHY ANN DAVIS 40 Cross St West Newton Dot Dottie Certificate St Bernards High Lasell Social Studies Club 3 Drama Club 4 Pageant 4 Outdoor Concert 3 Spanish Club 4 Gym Meet 9 To enter Simmons in September of 39 Twenty lwe BARBARA JEANNE DAVIS 5 Washington Ter Newtonvllle Barbie Dra Certlhcate Day Lasell Baslcet Play 4 Home Room Manager 2 Neophytes 9 Spanish Club 9 3 To be game but not everybodys KATHLEEN MARIA JANET DAVIS 560 Chestnut St Waban Kae Academic Nathan Bishop Providence New England Conservatory of Music Mana ger Archery 3 4 Badrrnnton 3 Honor Roll Q 3 4 National Honor Socuety 3 4 Glee Club 9 3 4 Lunchroom Squad 4 To attend the next coronatlon I 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 ., - -I -A ' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 ' 1, ' f 1 ,, ' ., V '-1 ' 1 '- 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 - -I . -I . 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'L , 1 72,51 I 'I -u ' 1 1 1 N '1 ' 1 A1 1 1 1 I i 1 s X at P I 1 EVA CLAIRE D ERCOLE MALDA ANNE DERCOLE 59 Maplewood Ave Newton Centre Q70 Boylston St Newton Centre Llttle Eva Olltce Tramnng Weeks To get Molly Office Trasntng Weeks To get a a lob and make the best of tt good lob and hold at LILLIAN ANN DE RUBEIS FILOMENA DE SANTIS 304 Watertown St Newton 57 Faxon St Newton LII Olflce Tralntng Day Commercial Club Fully Phyllis Academic Da To be the National Honor Socuety 4 To own a con world s best known dressmaker yertuble sedan JOHN J DEVLIN LAWRENCE BENET DE SAULNIERS 309 Langley Rd Newton Centre Language Weeks Harvard Avlatron Club Q Lunchroom Squad Q Honor Roll 4 To get 19 Falrfxeld St Newtonvllle Ben Benny Language Oliver Ames Hugh to S Y S h ' Club 4 Cheer Leader 4 5 O Z "1 one IRVIN ELLIS DIERDORFF JR SPENCER S DODD JR 50 Harvard St Newtonvnlle 515 Walnut St Newtonvllle Elly Certuftcate Weeks Purdue Sensor Sam Sparks Mathematlcs Day Bowdonn Play To do lor space what Beebe has done or Boston Unrversnty Radno Club 2 3 Pres: for the depths dent 4 To pound brass on 500 MAE AGNES DODGE PETER JOSEPH DOHERTY 31 Wade St Newton Highlands 113 Cralts St Newtonvnlle ACdd2mIC Weeks Soccer 2 Chorus 3 Gent Busmess Day Northeastern Inter Knnttzng Club 3 To succeed In what I may mediate Baseball Q Intermediate Basketball 9 attempt Commnttee of 88 To be a success Twenty :even X 1 1 l ' J I ., -1 ' 1 ' " 1 1 1 ' A ' 1 1 , . 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Al , ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 , 1 - 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 - i 1 EDWARD JAMES DOHONEY 53 Henshaw St., West Newton Ted, Tay-Tay1Business1Warren1 Holy Cross1 eball Q 3 4 Fo tball 9 3 4 To success GERTRUDE DOLIBER Q24 Lmcoln St Newton Hnghlands Gertle Freddie Academlc Weeks, Massa chusetts General Neophytes Q Assistant Home Room Manager 3 To grow up DAVID CHARLES DOLAN Dave, DaveY1 Dewardi Academicf Bigelow1 Track 3 41 Natnonal Honor Socrety 3 4 To make a better mousetrap 15 Ricker Rd., Newton JANICE CHILES DONOVAN Jan Donnie Certlhcateg Day Lasell Tenms Track 0 B06 Watertown St West Newton WINIFRED MARY DOUCETT NANCY WRYNNE DOWNEY 414 Walnut St Nevvtonvllle 44 Washington Pk Newtonvllle Wln Wrnnuel Academtc Day Newton Nan Nanc Bev Academ1c1Day Regus and Hospntal To acquure an ambrtnon Srmmons Home Room Manager 9 Knrttlng AGNES MARIE DOWNING 4 Harnngton St West Newton Dolly Offnce Tralmngp Central Park Sche ball Besketbally Avlatlon Club Commercial Club1 To remember to remember what l have forgotten CHARLOTTE SHERMAN DRISCOLL 379 Cabot St Newtonvllle Charl Carl Carlotta Sherm Academuc Day Lasell Chorus 3 Outdoor Concert 3 Home Economncs Club 3 4 To help others In tlme of need Club To attain the goal l have set JOSEPH AUGUSTIN DOYLE 41 Cross St West Newton Pro Hacker Speed Business Warrem ball 9 4 Hockey 9 To play on the Walker Cup team and blrnd the Brlttsh with birdies THEODORE BERNARD DUFFY 1545 Beacon St Waban Ted Academrc Warren Sprlngheld Inter mediate Football Q Varsity 3 4 Basketball Varslty Q 3 lntermeduate Baseball Q 3 Legrslature 3 4 Treasurer Assoclates 3 President Senior Class 4 Chanrman Athletic Board 4 Orange Shield 4 Newtonlte 4 To be a gym teacher nn a Newton school Twenty efght BdS1111o1111bea ,1 ' ',,, I 'I H 'r ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 - 1 ' i U 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 . 7 4' . . 4, . 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Us 1 1 ARLINE LAKE DWINAL fi ,ov 19 Salusbury Rd Newton Academic Day Vesper George To study fashlon desngn nn Pans and have several modlste shops of my own SYLVIA NEAL EATON 'l3O Lincoln St Newton Highlands Languase Weeks Kathartne Gibbs Orches tra 2 Glee Club 3 4 Neophytes Q Math Club 3 4 Orange Book 3 Knitting Club 3 Verse Speaking Choir 3 National Honor Society 4 To Save some worthwhlle service to the world EDNA EDMUNDS Q57 Webster St Auburndale Academic Warren Katharine Gibbs Home Economncs Club 4 All l wanna do as dance Twenty mne ALBERT ARTHUR DULAC ALYCE GERTRUDE DUNNE 4 I'-lnghland Ter Newtonvllle 167 Pearl St Newton Al Butch Certlhcate Day Northeastern AI Dunnle Academac Bigelow Camera To F1nd out why anyone prefers Goodman to Club 3 4 Basketball 2 Alternate to Legus Dorsey lature 4 Outdoor Concert 3 To fund success KATHLENE IRENE DUNNE 8Belmont St Newton Kay Offuce Tramnng Bl elowl Burdett1 Hockey Q Soccer S! Arc ery Q Tennns Tournament Q 3 4 Newtomte 4 Honor Roll Q 3 4 Drama Club Workshop 41 Out mg Club 3 4 Chorus 31 Glee Club 41 Concert 3 4 Essay Contest 31 Lunchroom Squad 4 To keep smxllng RUTH ELIZABETH DWYER 964 Llnwood Ave Newtonvllle Dewey Academic Day Cambridge Lnberal Arts Tennis Archery Basketball 91Avlatlon Club Social Studies Club 3 Chorus 9 To be a yournalest an author or an artist RUTH NICKERSON EDDY 80 Putnam St West Newton Language Warren Mt Holyoke Varsity Hockey 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Class Team lnterclass 4 Gym Meet Q 3 Leader 3 Outing Club 3 41Engllsh Club 3 Alpha Beta Q Drama Club Workshop 4 To abolish College Boards as entrance reounrements FREDERICK JOSEPH EGAN 999 Chestnut St Newton Upper Falls Iggy Chuck Busmess1 Weeks lntermeduate Football 3 Varsnty 41lntermed:ate Basket ball 4 Junior Varsity Baseball Q To be a success wnth a smlle ANTONIO DANIEL D URBANO 199 Lexington St Auburndale Dub Academrc Warren To take lufe easy ., ., 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 I ef? 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Y 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 -1 ,, 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 i 1 I r 1 i ' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A HAROLD HENRY HAFFEY, .IR 81 Charlesbank Rd Newton Chuck ACddCmlC Bngelow Assistant Base ballManager 9 AssustantFootballManager 3 FRANCIS ALEXANDER HALFREY JR 70 Faxon St Newton Hale Frank, Academic, Day1 Herncks In gututg Scnence Actuvlty Club1 Lunchroom QUQ PAUL FRANCIS HAGERTY 1623 Washmgton St Newton Haghead Academnc, Warren Dartmouth Varsuty Football 4 lntermedlate Football 3 Varsuty Hockey 4 lntermeduate Hockey Q To have a friend with a lull set of real teeth RUTH ALICE HALL 47 Northgate Pk West Newton Ruthlef Office Traunnngy Bigelow Katharnne Gubbs Basketball 3 Chorus 3 Camera Clubd 41 To be able to take a trnp around the wor FRANCES CAMPBELL HAMILTON Franme Fran Franch Certuhcate Weeks Junior College Newtomte 3 4 Microphone Club Q 31 Leglslature Alternate 4 Lunch room Squad 4 Verse Soeakmg hour 3 4 Gurls Gym Meet Q 31 Costume Commuttee of Senior Play 4 Girls Basketball 3 Trafllc Squad Q 31 To know all the answers EDWARD KING HANLON 131 Stamford St Auburndale Academnc Warren, Massachusetts State Cheer Leader 2 3 Camera Club Mncrophone Club Newtonian THOMAS UNDERWOOD HALL MARY MARGARET HALLORAN 96 Webster Ct Newton Centre 51 Kensungton St Newtonvllle Tom Tommy Red1Certlhcate Weeks Am Benny Ofluce Trammg1 Day Basketball 2 herst1To helpStalln run Russna Honor Roll 9 Commercial Club 9 Home Economncs 9 National Honor Soclety 4 FRANK ELMER HANAUER Frank Mathematics Weeks Dartmouth Debatmg Club 3 4 Puppeteers 2 Treas urer 3 Presudent 41 To learn to lake hsh CAROLYN JANE HARRIGAN 48 Cypress St Newton Centre Carngan Language Weeks Newspaper Work Gym Meet 3 Neophytes Q Englush Club 3 Drama Club 3 German Club 4 Tusltala 4 Newtonlte 4 Orlolecommlttee 4 Thirty .wx ., ' ., . 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I 1 1 1 i 1 i 1 ' HOWARD H 2390 Commonwealth Ave Newton Centre I-Iowre Busnness Warren Bentley Assustant Manager Tenms Q 3 Natuonal Honor Socxety 3 4, Honor Roll 9 3 4 Camera Club 4, Lunchroom Squad 4 To be a com merclal accountant ALBERT HILLS HAYNES B60 Beacon St Newton Centre Al Certnhcate Warren Colby, Debatung Club 3 Usher Senior Play Own and pilot my own hfty foot cruiser MURIEL CATHERINE HEALY 390 Adams St Newton Offlce Tranmng Lexmgton Jumor Hugh Nature Club 4 Thlrty reven EMILY JANE HARRIS 58 Larchmont Ave Waban Language Normandy St Louis Mnamn Umversuty To be e successful busuness woman JULIETTE CORA HARVEY 915 Temple St West Newton Jerry, Language Warren Vassar Neo phytes Presndent Q Englrsh Club 3 4 Press dent 4 Drama lub 3 4 Pageant 4 Lubrary Club 3 4 Executive Committee 9 3 Class President 3 Home Room Manager Q 3 Legnslature 4, Fmance Board 4 Natuonal Honor Soclety 3 4 Orange Shield 9 3 4 Newtomte 9 3 4 Co copy Editor 3 Co News Edrtor 4,Newtoman 9 3 4 drtor 4, Pnze Spealung 9 3 4 Inner Q 41 y Meet Leader 9 3 Basketball lass Varsuty Choxr 3 4 A farm ln Vermont 868 Watertown St est Newton Georgie Hagen, Office Traxnlng, Warren Baseball 9 3 4 Junior Varsity 2 Inter medlate 3 MARGARET FRANCES HEALY '11 Waverly Pl Newton Lower Falls Peggy Mug Mnggue Academnc Warren, Soccer Q Basketball Q DAVID BEATTY HEARD 86 Upland Rd Waban Language Broolrlune Hugh Harvard Traclc 3 4 Camera Club 9 3 Band 9 3 To pass college boards and get into college 9 3 Varsnty Squad 3, Verse Spealnng GIFFORD NEWTON HARTWELL 38 Charlemont St Newton Hnghlands Gllfle, Academrc Weeks Wentworth, Camera Club 3 Orchestra 9 To own my own busmess MARJORIE ALICE HARVEY 18 Rowe St Auburndale Margie Mudge Academic Warren Perry School, Gym Meet 9 31 Soccer Archery, Badmmton Basketball o lnve and let lnve 1 'I 'I - I - 1 1 - l 1 A 4 ' 1 1 - 1 , 1 1 1 1 - In 'I 'I 1 - 1 p 1 1 H- ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 . H' 6 1 1 1 1- - 1 1, 1 4 1 1 -1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 - A1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 -1 1 K ' 1, 1- 1 if I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 j E -1 - - -1 1 1 1 G I I I I C I I m 1 1 1 1 E 1 ' I - I v I - 1 1 1 - AWES GEORGE HENRY HAYDEN JR. gg Zgtg,-1, 1, ' 'I .IW 111.1 4 1 ' 1 Av 1 1 . 1 I A 1 44 ' -' 1 A V 1 1 1 F 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 41 1 1 ' ' - Q J 5 X 11 -1 1 " 1 I 1 I 1 ' 1 ' A 1 ' 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 1 . 1 .1 ., lj . .. i . . . i J . . i i I 1 - 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 ,Q . ily- ' PAUL THAYER HEFFRON CURTIS LELAND HEMENWAY 10 Cherry Pl West Newton 137 Langley Rd Newton Centre Hell Certuhcate Warren Boston College Curt Mathematncs Weeks Colby Band 9 Baseball 9 3 4 To sell Ford V Bs Orchestra 9 3 4 To saul around the world THOMAS FRANCIS HICKEY GEORGE LEONARD HICKMAN 1015 Washrngton St Newtonvnlle 301 Lake Ave Newton I-Ilghlands Heck Academnc Day Northeastern To do Hrnky Huck Busnness Weeks the hardest thing un the easiest way el DOROTHY ANN L HIGGINS 94 Charlesbank Rd Newton Dot Dottie Academrc Warren Framingham MARY BERNADET HIGGINS '15 Blake St Newtonvllle I-llggy I-ltgg Academic Day Art School Volley Ball Badminton Knitting Club Camera Club To go to Parts and desrgn womens clothrng DEXTER BRIGHAM HILL 11 Morr1llSt West Newton Slop Dex Mathematics Warren M I T lntermedlate Basketball 3 Mrcrophone Club Honor Roll 9 3 JOHN F HIGGINS 15 Blake St Newtonvnlle Johnny I-Ing Certlhcate Day University of Tennus 4 Intermediate Hockey Q 3 Vr slty 4 Newtonlte 3 Assistant Sport Editor 4 Chorus 3 Orange Book 9 Drama Club Play 3 41To become a cosmopolltan ROBERT FRANCIS HIGGINS 194 Dlckerman Rd Newton I-lrghlands Hug Kitty Academic Weeks Northeastern Junior Varsity Football Q Chorus Q Glee Cu 3 4 Leglslature 9 4 To sell myself at a oroht to myself ELIZABETH MARIAN HILLIARD 91 Floral St Newton l-lughlands Lnzzle Offlce Tranmng Weeks Gym Meet 9 3 To sell a ten pound box of candy Thrrty erght 1 1 i I 1 1 1 I 1 1 , 1 r 'V 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 229 . .L . 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'I .I . 1- 1 ' 1 Q 1 1 1 .1 ' ' 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . 1 1 - an , i , . 1 - I -1 ,Gt-e,e,,", , 1 as MONA EVELYN HOITT 30 Bernard St Newton Highlands Shorty Moanie Office Training Weeks Bryant and Stratton Basketball 9 Soccer 4 Gym Meet Q 3 Senior Play Nature Club 9 Treasurer 3 Band 9 To beaprivate secretary GRACE LYNETTE HORNER 76 Moffat Rd Waban Gracelyn Language Chaffee School Wind sor Conn Wellesley Archery 3 4 Bad mlnton 3 Ping pong 3 Chorus 3 Glee Club 4 French Club 3 Math Club 4 Camera Club 3 Secretary 4 Outdoor Con cert 3 Newtonian 4 Winter Concert 4 National Honor Society 4 To be a second Margaret Bourke White DOROTHY FARNAM HOSLEY 315 Otis St West Newton Dot Oueenie Language Wheaton Gym French Club 3 4 Drama Club Workshop 3 To make a decision and stick to it Thirty nine FRANCIS XAVIER HINES 307 Cabot St., Newtonville Bud, Buddy, Spud, Academic, Day, Holy Cross, Junior Varsity Football, Q, Varsity, 3, 4, Indoor Track, Q, 3, 4, Co-captain Outdoor Track, Q, 3, 4, Orange Shield, 3, Legislature, 3, Varsity Club, 9, 3, 4, To become the man that Don Enoch is. SUMNER HARVEY HOFFMAN 1790 Commonwealth Ave,, West Newton Curley, Language, Warren, Harvard, Uni- versity of Michigan' Aviation Club Q - Camera Club 9 4 Debating Club 3 4 Vice President 4 Drama Club 4 To get nowhere fast MELVIN FRED HOOKAILO 'IO Kilburn St West Newton Hooky Academic William Howard Taft, Aviation School Chorus Aeronautical En gineer or Navy Air Corps HILDA ELSIE HORNSEY 82 Harvard St Nzwtonville Bondle Tip Office Training, Day Lasell, Basketball Q To workin a big office LAURA ADELAIDE HOUSE 72 Taft Ave West Newton Lolly Academic Day Hickox Gym Meet 3 Speaking Q To read and read and then read SOIWZ HIOVZ CONSTANCE LOUISE HIRST 34 Greenough St,, West Newton Connie, Boozee,Certificate1 Warren, West- brook Junior College, Basketball Q, Camera Club, 3, Le Cercle Francaise, 3, Chorus, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 31 Winter Concert, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Drama Club Pageant, 4, To be a champion tennis star. JAMES FRANCIS HOGAN, JR. 963 Cherry St., West Newton Hoag, Shanty, Academic, Warren, Massa- chusett Nautical School- Football 9- To be- come a licensed officer in the Merchant Marine of United States 'Exif y 1 1 1 31 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 i 1 1 1 I . ' 1 i r F ' . , ,eil , ' ., ., r 1 ' I ' ' ' i 1 i ' i ' 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - -' 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 . 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' . -1 ., i i i i i F i 1 - 1 1 1 1 i ' z t . . , i i i i 1 i I I 1 i 1 i 1 1 i f 1 1 i 1 1 i , , JEAN HURLEY Q96 Lake Aye Newton Hlghlands Certlhcate Weeks Mass Puerces School Soccer Q1 Jun1orVars1ty Hockey 3 Varsuty Hockey 41Gym Meet 3 Leguslature 4 goaglsh Club 4 Honor Roll 3 Outnng u 4 EDWIN FULLER HUTCHINSON 126 Wlndermere Rd Auburndale Ed Eddie Hutch Certll1cate1 Warren Tufts College Home Room Manager 9 Honor Roll 9 Soc1aIStud1es Club 4 Na tional Honor Socrety 4 To become the most successful mventor of an already famous solutlon ROY ALBERT JACOBSON ELIZABETH HASSAR JAFFAR 939 Wal ham St West Newton 691 Walnut St Newtonvalle Jake Swede Busrness Warren North Bette Academic Day Traphagen Drama eastern or Burdett Lunchroom Squad Tennrs Club Property Commrttee 4 To rom the Army To tour the world an a forty foot sell boat CHARLES EDWARD HANCOCK AUDREY ELEANOR JENNINGS 49 Prgeon Hull Rd Auburndale 31 Devon Rd Newton Centre Shorty Mathematrcs Warren Norwuch Aud Audroo Academrc Herghts Hugh University Sk: Team Cavalry Club To be an Cleveland Colby Junror College Library arrcraft desrgner and test pllot Club 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 FRANCES EDITH JENNINGS 31 Devon Rd Newton Centre Fanny Academic Helghts Hugh Cleveland Colby Junror College Lrbrary Club 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 MARY JAYNE JEWETT 60 Otus St Newtonvllle Jenle1 Language Day Wheaton, Hockey Q Gym Meet Q 3 Le tslature 4,Radro Club Englrsh Club 4, orum 4 Essay Conte Cornmrttee 4 Lunchroom Squad 4 To lead an orchestra JEAN PUTNAM JOHNSTONE 34 Converse Ave Newton Jeannie Language, Bigelow, Wlllnam and Mary Neophytesf Sophomore Englnsh Club Drama Club Workshop En lash Club 4 Senior Play 4 Sensor Picture Committee 4 Gym Meet 9 3 To succeed ln what l set out to do KATHERINE ADA JEWETT 74 Crrcurt Ave Newton Hughlands Kay Academrc Weeks Soccer 3 4 Avnatnon Club 3 Baseball 1 Knlttnng Club ? Chorus 9 3 To Fund a desert Island all or me OSCAR RICHARD JOHNSON 169 Woodcllff Rd Newton Highlands Academrc Weeks BECKETT JONES Q94 Chestnut St West Newton Bucket Beckre Bully Certrfrcate Rivers Dartmouth Design and burld an underground City Forty two K ., ' -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 ., -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -- . 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' .yes I 'I 'I I A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' 'I +I 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 i 1 131 . 1 1 1 Sf - 1 1 1 1 :r-v--"M, 1 ., ., I 1 .. , .. . i . i . n l 1 g 1 n 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A FRANCES MARION JONES ESTHER KAROL Q5 Newland St Auburndale Olluce Traunun Warren Busuness College B nd Q 3 4 rchestra 9 3 4 Outdoor Concert Q 3 Commercual Club 4 Alpha Beta Q Nature 3 Truo 3 To take ductatuon at 190 words a munute RICHARD ANDREW KEATING 21 Walter St Newton Centre Duck Stunky Mathematucs Weeks Harvard Indoor Track 4 Outdoor Track 4 Ma Club 3 Debatung Club 4 Scholarshup Roll 9 Newtonuan Home Room Manager To be good but not for nothung RICHARD EDWARD KEEFE 185 Commonwealth Ave Chestnut H ll Ducky Certffucate Ruvers Dartmouth Foot b 1 Q Chorus 3 4 Senuor P'ay 4 Alter nate to Leglslature 4 Treasurer Soanush Club 4 Outdoor Concert 3 lndoor Con Cert 4 Assustant Home Room Manager To makehthe New York Worlds Faur un my Ply fnol-It Forty tluree Chorus 9 ym Meet Q 3 HOWARD PAUL JOYCE upon myself JULIA KAUFMAN 45 Hnlltop St Newton Judy Olfuce Traunung Day Chandler Tennus Kn1ttungClub SocualStudxes Club 3 4 To be able to buuld escalators for Newton Hugh School HELEN MARGARET KEEFE 451 Lexungton St Auburndale Ofluce Traunung Warren Honor Roll 3 To be a secretary for the Governor ROBERT JAMES KEEGAN 191 Brudge St Newton Bob Busuness Day, To be a successful busuness man 47 Washungton Pk Newtonvvlle Academuc1Brocklune Hugh Katharune O bbs Drama Club 3 Home Room Manager 3 4 88 Devonshure Rd Waban Great Busuness Warren Unuversuty of Munnesota lntermeduate Football 1 lner meduate Hockey 1 Varsity Hockey 3 Varsuty Basketball 3 To never stop umprovung RUTH LOUISE JONES 16 Harvard St Nevvtonvulle Jonesue Academuc Warren Bouve Soccer Gym Meet Q 3 Pung pong Tennus Tourna ment 9 Fueld Hockey 4 Basketball 3 4 Lunchroom Squad 3 4 Chorus 4 Scholar shp Roll 4 To be able to walk wut out lruppung JEANETTE DENISE JOYCE 194 Lowell Ave Newtonvllle Joycue Academuc Warren French Club 3 Camera Club 4 Glee Club 3 Outsnde Con cert 3 Band 4 Mrdwunter Concert 4 MudsummerNughtsDream 4 To be an organust ,,1t'q:1'g1,7, , , ', 4 ,Liga -1 11 'T'-1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 - - , 163 , , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 , 1 h ,, ., , ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 " 1 1 1 t - 1 1 1 1 - ,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 V1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 . 1, Q ' Q -s ,, ,I C S1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 g .. 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 4, 1 ., ., 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 , 1 1 1 1 th . Q 1 1 1 1 1-1 1 1 ., u ' ., 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 ell1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 HENRY STEARNS KENDALL CHARLES EDWIN KELLAWAY 19 Wyman St Waban Bud Cab Busrness Warren Boston Unr versrty Football 3 4 Lunchroom Squad 3 4 Home Room Manager Q To learn love then lrve ELIZABETH PHELPS KELLEY 14 Bowdoin St Newton Hrghlands Betty, Certrhcate Weeks Wheelock, Alpha Beta 2 Home Room Manager 3 Asslstant Homi Room Merwser 4 Alternate Legrsla ture ISABEL RITA KEMP RUTH CATHERINE KEMPTON 503 Watertown St Newtonvrlle 126 Parmenter Rd West Newton Bel Olfrce Trarnrng Day Commercral Red Olfrce Trarnrng Warren Busrness Club 3 4 To go through lrfe wrth a smrle College Natronal Honor Socrety 4 To wrn respect and admrratron from my frrends 73 Parker St Newton Centre Hank Kenny Language Weeks, Harvard Band 9 3 4 Orchestra 3 4, Drama Club 3 4 Alpha Beta 9 Newtonrte 2 Home Room Manager 2 Editor of Orange Book 3 Scholarship Roll Q Natronal Honor Society 4 JAMES EDWARD KERR 57 Parsons St West Newton Jrm Busrness Day Natronal Honor So clety 4 ELIZABETH JANE KING 38 Walnut Pl Newtonvrlle Betty Nrooet Nap Academrc Day School of Applred Art Band Q 3 Neophytes Q Outdoor Concert 9 3 Gym Meet 2 3 Alternate to Legrslature 4 To do the thrngs I love the most the best T' JEAN KENNISON Q8 Bylleld Rd Waban Language Warren Wheaton Basketball Class Team Q 3 Pang pong Q 3 Archery 2 Soccer 2 Gym Meet 9 3 Assrstant Home Room Manager 9 3 Verse Speaking Chotr 3 4 Concert 3 To have plenty of time for the thrngs I luke most MARY KIRMAYER 79 Athelstane Rd Newton Centre Ginger Snap Academnc Weeks Xllfheelock Basketball Tennns Hockey To always come Smllrng thro ugh MILDRED KING 35 George St Newton Mrllre Dudre Academrc Brgelow Kath arrne Gibbs Chorus 9 Outdoot Concert Q Camera Club 4 Social Studies Club 3 Gy Meet 3 Baseball 3 To donate elevators to Newton Hugh Forty four 11 ., 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . , , 11 ., - . . . 1 1 . 1 . 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WILLIAM JOHN KOSINA JR 'I6 Chapun Rd Newton Centre Bull Certlhcate Weeks Boston University Assrstant Manager 'ndoor Track 2 ASSISIGHQ Manager Outdoor Track 9 3 Co Manager Indoor Track 4 Spamsh Club 4 To dug for mummues JANE LA MOTTE ALMYRA LANDER 19 Moreland Ave Newton Centre 69 Lenox St West Newton Janre Academrc Weeks Massachusetts Academrc Warren Undecrded Alpha General I-Iosprtal Honor Roll 3 To 50 to Gamma Tau 3 National Honor Society 3 4 deep Alrnca To be a laboratory technlclan A ROBERT EDWARD LA CROIX 970 Centre St Newton Centre Bob Certnfncate Weeks Cornell Aggtgmnf Indoor Track Manager 9 3 Math Club Q 3 Cavalry Club 3 Camera Club 3 Newtoman 3 Varstty Manager Outdoor Track 3 To be the best photographer on the Dally Snap JOHN DEXTER LANE 98 Harrrngton St Newtonvrlle Mathematrcs Thomas A Edison Vice President Cavalry Club 4 German Club 4 Camera Club 4 Alpha Gamma Tau 4 To have a degree an engmeernng RUTH MARION LANSILL 86 Charles River Parkway Newton Ruthte Tootes Olfuce Tramung Bngelow Chorus 3 Away from books l wall hnd my lnsplratlon an lrle JEANNE ELIZABETH LANG 33 Charlesbank Rd Newton Betty Jeanne Office Tratnlng Btgelow To be a success nn whatever I undertake MARTIN JOSEPH LARSSON 3 Mllton Ave West Newton Joe Academtc Warren Art School n 9 3 4 Orchestra 9 3 Varsity Basketball Manager 3 4 Camera Club Lunchroom Squad 4 Outsnde Concert 9 3 Mud Winter Concert BARBARA LATIMER WILLIAM DUNBAR LAVELLE 79 Wulltston Rd Auburndale 'I6 Manemet Rd Newton Cen re Barbs Bobbre Academic Warren Normal Academic Weeks Prep School or Mxlltary Srchool 'Chorus Outdoor Concert To ltve School To be the best otflcer the arrm ever t e me ove a Forty flX , . ., If g i z i ' ' i i U i i i ' ' f I 1 I f i 1 , f I ef 1 i ' , 1 f i ' , A , i , f 2 , 5 -, ,, i 'i i 'r i ' . 5 i 1, i f i ' , , 5 1 ,. 3 A 'I I 'f ' I -'i - ' iM-I4T.i , 'i ' ",' i , r " ' ' 7 ' I i , i 5 , i . 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Home Economtcs Club, Q1 Gym Meet, 2, 31 ' 1 1 1 1 1 . I . .1 ' - 11 I 'I 1 ' ' ' 1 1 11 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 I- - . 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II II ' 1 1 U 1 1 I ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1I 1 - 1 1 1 1 . , 1 1 1 1 ' 1 Varsity 4 p Orange Shield 4 To play on the center WARREN FRANCIS MAGUIRE 337 Winchester St Newton Highlands Mac Blondy Business Weeks North eastern Intermediate Football 3 Indoor Track 4 Home Room Manager 4 To become the dictator ol Gerrrany after Hitler DONALD WINFIELD MANCHESTER Q73 Homer St Newton Centre Duck Donnie Academic Weeks North Carolina Basketball Q Tennis Var ity Foot ball Varsity 4 Glee Club 9 3 Hocke Tennis Ca tain 4 Chorus Q 3 Court at Wimbledon ALEXIS ARMSTRONG MAHAN JR 409 Newtonville Ave Newtonvllle Lex Alex Academic Day Boston Umver sity Cambridge heological School Varsity Band 9 3 4 Varsity Orchestra Outdoor Concert 9 3 4 To play the trombone like Tommy Dorsey ELIZABETH ANNE MANNES' 51 Newtonvllle Aye Newton Betty Academic Weeks and Belmont Junior Hugh Bouve Tennis Q 3 4 Varsity 4 Bas tball 4 Badminton 9 Field Hockey Q 3 4 Gym Meet Q 3 Legislature 4 Outing Club To have athletics as a job and a hobby BEAL MARKS 57 Royce Rd Newton Centre cinnati Ohio Tufts Boys Debating Club Social Studies Club Band Orchestra Cheer Leadgr To take a vagabond trip around the wor JANE MARSHALL 16 Chesley lid Newton Centre Cauge Academic Weeks Edgewood Park German Club 3 4 Camera Club 4 Soccer Q Alpha Gamma Tau 3 Scholarship 3 JOHN LEO MARTIN JR Q48 Pearl St Newton Pepper Busmess Day Boston University Varsity Baseball 9 '1 4 Varsuty Basketball 4 Orange Shneld Senior Executive Commuttee National Honor Society 4 To get to the too of the ladder SIDNEY MARKS 56 Park Ave Newton Centre Dartmouth College l wish to go into the transooratlon business and perhaps keep music durung my next Iew years EDWARD THOMAS MARTIN 97 Da e St Newtonvnlle Whimby Eddie Ed Bouncer Certificate Day Bowdoin or Boston College Inter medtate Hockey Q Golf 4 Football To be a mad chemist and startle the universe ADA MARULLI 1193 Chestnut St Newton Upper Falls Academic Weeks Wilfred Academy Chorus 3 Outdoor Concert 3 To take a trip around the world fifty I ' l ., ., - 1I 1 ' 1 1 - I 1 I1 T ' 1I 1 ' I - . 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 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I I I I -I il i I I 1 i 1 i 1 f ' 1 1 - 4. wma GLADYS ELAINE MATSON 933 Waltham St West Newton Glady Glad Matty Hepslbar Academic Day Hospntal Training Gym Meet Q To be a registered nurse DOROTHEA MAYER 1SZ5 Arnold Rd Newton Centre Dot Dottie Academic Weeks English Club 4 Alpha Beta 9 Archery 4 Lunch room Squad 3 Legnslature 4 JOSEPH PAUL MARZILLI 917 Adams Qt Nonantum Joe Busnness Day BEVERLY ARLENE MASSELL 104 Manet Rd Chestnut I-lull Bev Bevue Language Weeks Snmmons or Colby French Club 4 Orchestra 9 Out door Concert 9 Honor Roll 9 To pass history test IH 317 RITA ANN MATTHEWS Q6 Park Pl Newtonvllle Olfrce Tramung Day Business School Com m rcral Club 9 3 4 Vice President 3 Presndent 4 Home Economucs Club Q Avra tnon Club 4 Chorus 4 Mud Wnnter Con cert 4 Orange Book 4 Scholarship Roll Q 3 4 Drama Club Pageant 4 Natlonal Honor Socaety 4 Never to cease to wonder why H MARTHA MAYER 30 Webster Sr West Newton Academic Warren Mass Prerce Secretarial School Socnal Studies Club Gnrls Gym Meet To be private secretary to Mnckey Mouse JOSEPH CLARK MCCARRON EDWARD VINCENT MCCARTY 19 Pearl St Newton 43 Wulluston Rd Auburndale Joe Mac Academic Bigelow Boston Bud Mack Language Warren Boston Unnverslty German Club 3 Legislature 4 College Aviation Club Q 3 lntermedvate To be the best super salesman the country has Hockey 9 To hnd a genume Foo ever seen Frfty one BENJAMIN HAMMOND MASON JR 49 Duncklee St Newton Highlands Ben Busuness Weeks Hebron Academy Football Junnor Varslty Q ntermedlate 3 Varsity 4 Hockey Intermednate 9 Varslty Captavn 4 To take my time through lnfe and enloy ut EDWARD WILLIAM MATHEY 109 Lexington St Auburndale Ed Moe Abble Joe Academic Warren Boston Unmverslty Track Publicity Committee for Sensor Pay Committee of B8 To wrlte a novel that will make Tolstol look like a fourth grader MARGARET JESSIE MCCORMICK Q30 Walnut St Newtonvnlle Muckey Peggy Office Traumng D y Business School Commercial Club 4 Chorus 4 Mud Winter Concert 4 Scholarship Roll 9 Nattonal Honor Society 4 To be able t sung wnth Fred Warnng or Eddie Duchln WINIFRED ESTELLE McDONALD Q87 Elliot St Newton Upper Falls Wunnle Language Weeks Wellesley Alpha Gamma Tau Scholarshxp Roll Q 3 National Honor Socnety 4 To succeed EDWARD ALEXANDER McDONALD Eddue Mack Academic Weeks North eastern Chorus Committee of 88 To retlre when 30 SOPHIE ELIZABETH McFADDEN Soapne Mac OIIICB Traunnng Blgelow Hockey 9 Home Economxcs Club 3 156 Warren St Newton Centre 62 Jefferson St Newton ANTHONY FRANCIS MCLAUGHLIN 17 Tudor Ter Auburndale Tony Mac Anth Academuc Warren Concert 91 Lunchroom Squad Q To be worth mrllrons MARY LOUISE McMAHON 1OBem1s Rd Newtonvllle Mac Offuce Traxmng Day Basketball 9 Glee Club 9 Home Economucs Club 9 Commercial Club 3 4 Secretary 4 To be a professional tramp HARRIET MIRIAM MEIROWITZ 484 Lowell Ave Newtonvllle PQDDY Office Tratnlng New York Com merclal Club 4 Knitting Club Gym Meet 3 Basketball Natnonal Honor Socnety 4 To own Mr Maxim s raccoon coat RICHARD ALLEN MCLELLAN 33 Colllns Pd Waban Shrimp Red Lrght Certthcate Warren Nichols Intermediate Hockey 9 Varsity 3 41 Camera Club Q Leguslature 41Soc1aI Stu les Club 4 Charrman Sensor Prom Commnttee Charrman Jumor Forum Commlttee FRANCIS JOSEPH MEEHAN 24 School St Newton Mathematrcs Blgelow Notre Dame Um verslty Math Club 3 41Vars1ty Club 4 Cavalry Club 4 Newtonian 4 Assnstant Manager Indoor Track Q 31 Asslstant Manager Outdoor Track Q Manager 3 4 Assnstant Manager Football 31 To retire early ALBERT JOSEPH PAUL MELANSON 10 Columbus PI West Newton Al Pop Busmes Warren Bus1nessCollege Scholarshrp Poll 3 To be successful an every thing l attempt F rfty two -1 ., 1 1 1 d 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 O -1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 ' ., ., 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Boston Unnversutyi Chorus, 2, 31 Outdoor 1 , , , J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 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MARGUERITE SYLVIA MESSER 199 Pine Ridge Rd Waban Mudge Mnggle Certnhcate Warren Middle bury College Soccer 3 Basketball 31 Gym Meet 3 English Club 4 Drama Club Work shoo Secretary Treasurer To be wamng When My Dream Boat Comes Home MARJORIE ELIZABETH MIDGLEY 53 Lake Ave Newton Centre Mudge Academuc Edgewood Park New York Newtonian Staff 3 4 Alternate to Legislature As :slant Home Room Manager 4 Socual Studies Club 4 Gym Meet 9 3 To play tlddley winks wxth man hole covers RALPH STANLEY MILLER 49 Woodbine St Auburndale Ralphxe Snappo Bang Mathematncs Warren Annapolls To be a sailor Fifty three MARY LOUISE MELCHER 'I6 Garden Rd Newton Mary Lou Mlou Lou,CertnFicate1Bugelow Skldmore rama Club Workshop Nature Club Orchestra,Archery 9 3 Scholarshrp Roll 4 Naturalrst JOAN MERRILL 38 Whrtney Rd Newtonvllle Jo Jody Certuhcate Day, Katharine Gebbs Basketball 2 Freld Hockey 91 Varsity Or chestra Q 3 4 Alpha Gamma Tau 3 4 Newtoman Staff 41 Scholarshup Roll Q 3 4 Leguslature 4 MARK AGUSTUS MESSIER 176 Warren St Newton Centre Messhead Certlhcate Weeks Leland Stan ford Football Q 3 lndoor Track 9 3 Outdoor Track Q 3 4 Cnvncs Boad 4 Legnslature 9 4 Boys Vrce Presndent 4 Home Room Manager 9 3 Orange Shield Q 4 Varsity Club 9 3 4 Vnce President of Sensor Class To reture at 35 MARJORIE MILLARD 'l7O Neholden Rd Waban Margne Mrdge Academic Warren Bus: ness School Gym Meet 9 3 Basketball Q 3 4 Hockey 4 Hand Q 3 4 Drum Major 41 Camera Club 3 4 Orange Shield 4 Ou door Concert 9 3 Sensor Executive Coun crl 4 National Honor Socnety 4 To have fun and be natural RAYMOND VINCENT MILLER 345 Lmwood Ave Newtonvnlle Jughaud Ray Business Day Alabama DORIS BROCKWAY MERGENDAHL 75 Lowell Ave Newtonvllle Mergy Language Day Oberlnn Neo phytcs Q Drama Club 3 4 National l-lonor Society 3 4 Orange Shield Q 3 4 Secre tary ol Class 3 Secretary Llbrary Club 3 4 lunchroom Squad 4 Newtomte 4 Basket ball 9 4 Tenms 3 Home Room Manager 4 Commrttee ol 88 To dely stuord conyentlons JENNIEBELL MERRITT 97 Armory St West Newton Ginger The Duchess Academuc Warren l-losp1talTralnmg Chorus 3 4 To sung lake Marlon Anderson EDWIN VINCENT MILNES 18 La Grange St., Chestnut Hill Vinnie, Coloneli Weeksi University of Mainep Junior Varsity Baseball, 41 Cavalry Club, 4, To abolish transparent ham sand- wiches. ANNE MITCHELL '17 Devon Ter Newton Centre Match Anck Academic Weeks Amy Salter Gym Meet 9 3 Newtonite 4 Home Room Nlanager 9 To sal around the world in a 70 foot sloop t THERESA HELEN MINGACE 89 Elm St., West Newton Terry, Tessf Office Training, Warrenf Busi- ness Schoolf Tennis, 9, Varsity Tennis, 3, 4, Hockey, 9, 3, Varsity Hockey, 41 To see Mr. F. B. Rinker without a Flower in his buttonhole. LAWRENCE W MITCHELL 34 Warwick Rd West Newton Lanny Mitch Son Warren Aviation School or Washington University Tennis 4 Base b 4 Debating Club 4 Aviation art diplomatic work sports 1 fain' FRANCIS WILFRED MOAN WALTER JOSEPH MOFFETTE 999 Auburn St Auburndale 163 Cherry St West Newton Warren Bentley s National Honor So Moll Warren Tufts or Northeastern Junior ciety 4 To be a good golfer Varsity Basebal' Q Intermediate Baseball 3 To reach the big leagues in baseball MERCEDITA MONTESINOS BARBARA PHYLLIS MONTGOMERY 1111 Commonwealth Ave Newton Centre 10 Warwick Pd West Newton Drta CCFIIFICGIZI Wyandotte Hugh Kansas Barb Acddevvilcz Wdrrem Lasell Junior Boston University Syracuse William and Mary Colese Soccer 9 GYM Meet 9 3 AVCIYCYY Oufmg Club 4 To know what l would I kg 9 Home Economics Club 9 French Club 2 to prepare For in college To do well in all of my ambitions JOHN CHRISTIE MORGAN JR 94 Walker St Newtonville Russ J P 1 Warren University of Cincinnati Junior Varsity Football 9 Home Room Manager 3 Alpha Gamma Tau Senior Play Usher Alternate to Legislature 4 National Honor Society 4 To start a rogues gallery with senior pictures DOROTHY PATRICIA MORRILL 44 Lothrop St New onville Dondee Wandee Dot Academic Day Home Economics Club To have Miss Richard son see me not chewing gum Fifty four -1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 l dll1 1 1 1 1 1 . 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ROBERT MERRILL MOULTON 597 Calufornca St Newtonvnlle Moey Montana Mo Bob Academic Day, To sleep late on judgment day CHARLES ELMER MUNSON 15 Emerson St Newton Charlne Academic Bigelow Baseball Basketball Truck farmnng JOHN PATRICK MURPHY 68 Waban Hull Rd Chestnut Hull Spud Murph Business John Wnnthrop School Dorchester World s foremost 'awyer alter unlumlted studynng Flfty lwe ALMA MAY MORRISON 181 Wnnter St Wellesley Al, Olfxce Traunung, Warren, Katharme Gibbs, Archery, Basketball Newtonnte T have a corridor of my own so that l wont bump unto everyone PRISCILLA MORSE 28 Exmoor Rd Newton Centre Puppy Language Weeks Wellesley Eng lush Club 4, Drama Club Workshop 4 Na tnonal Honor Soclety 4, To get mto college ROBERT TELFORD MULDOON Q54 Langley Rd Newton Centre Bob Rob Scoop Certllrcate, Weeks, Boston Unwersnty or Bates Avratlon Club 9 3 Football Jumor Varsity Q Track 9, Scnence Actuvntles Club 3 To own a hurdy gurdy and a monkey and to Spend every summer earnung easy money HARRY JAMES MURPHY Q7 Ash St Auburndale Busxness Warren To run a mammoth mmstrel show ROSE ADELINE MURPHY 9 Arundale Ter Newton Murph Academnc, Bigelow Hospital Trannung Baseball Team 3 Soccer 3, Chorus 3 Outdoor Concert 3 Avlatnon Club 41 Camera Club 9 To be the Unnted Aurllnes best an stewardess CARLTON LORING MORSE JR 61 Halcyon Rd Newton Centre Bep Bepps Weeks Unwersvty of Marne Assistant Football Mana er 9 3 Assistant Track Manager Q Head ootball Manager 4 Legislature 4 To always have a lull tank ol gasolme JAMES CLAYTON MOSHER 166 Washnngton St Newton Jlmmle Mosh Academic Bngelow Massa chusetts State College of Agrnculture Varsnty Tennis 9 3 4 Varslty Basketball 9 3 4 Tennis 3 Danry larmer an Hawauan lslands 1 I ' , It -' ., ,, II I . .. 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I I . 1I I 1I - 1 .1 1 1 I I1 1 - 1 1 1 I I 1I I 1 1 RUTH MARY MURPHY 389 Lvnwood Ave Newtonvnlle Murph Ollrce Traumng Day Soccer Basketball Baseball To succeed nn busvness ROBERT ALLEN MYERS 63 Orchard Ave West Nevtton My Whutey Blondue, Certnhcate Warren Dartmouth, Football Jumor Varsity Q Inter meduate 3 Varsrty 4 Home Room Manager 9 3 Class Vuce Presndcnt 3 4 Orange Shueld 2 3 4 Presudent of Assocuates 4 Board ol Publrcatuons 4 Safety and Tratfnc Commlttee 4 Prrze Speaking 3 Executrve Council 4 Lunchroom Squad 9 3 4 To draw for Dnsney or sketch lor Schlaparelll ROBERT WALTER MUTHER JR 916 Pleasant St Newton Centre Bud Bob Mathematics Weeks Union College Junnor Varsuty Football 9 lndoor Track 9 3 4 Captain 41 Outdoor Track 9 3 4 Varsuty Club 3 ennrs Tournament 4 To pass French nn one year OLINDA MARY NARDONE Q35 Pearl St Newton Lundy Academlc Day1 Chandlers Secre tarlal School Knitting Club 4 To be success ful In whatever l undertake FREMONT HAYES NELSON 392 Cherry St West Newton Busnness Warren CHARLES WINTHROP NIGHTINGALE 136 Dlckerman Rd Newton l-lnghlands Charlle Nighty Mathematics Weeks Harvard or Tultsf Legnslature 4 Football Manager Math Club Varsity Club National Honor Society 4 To be a laundry man and soak the clothes not the customers ROBERT ANDREWS NORTH .Q 98 Parker Ave Newton l-lfghlands Bob Mathematics Weeks M l T Home it 1. 1 Room Manager Q Assrstant Home Room Manager 3 To hnd lost time MARY CAROLYN NEWELL 1699 Centre St Newton Highlands Certlhcate Weeks Colby Junlor College Legislature 3 Home Room Manager 3 Play 4 Alpha Beta 9 To go out wlth a tall boy so that I may wear hugh heeled shoes wrthout feeling conspicuous JOHN S NOBLE Q5 Loring St Newton Centre Jack Ptark Certrhcate Weeks Fnnrshung School Wrestling 3 Drama Club 4 Lunch room Squad 4 To help Joe CD00 Palmnern become a second Walter Wmchell NATALIE NORTON 95 Aberdeen St Newton Highlands Nannle Nat Language Weeks Smnth Tusltala 3 4 German Club 4 Sensor Play 4 Lunchroom Squad 4 National Honor cnety 4 To be the fxrst Natalre Norton not the second somebody else Frlty nx I I . - . 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' ., ., ,b"'l"' 1 ' 1 1 . . 11 I ' 1 1 1 1 1 V " 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 I 1 I1 So- II 1 1 1 - Y ' - 1 , .:tlr gy,,I CAROL WARREN NOYES DOROTHY O CONNELL FRED P OCONNELL Q45 Auburn St Auburndale 2 Cannon St Newton Highlands Dot Okle Dottie Olhce Traunmg, arren Okie Ted Academic, Weeks Northeastern Home Economrcs 9 Commercual Club 2 3 4 Science Club Golf Team To be a golf pro Knlttmg Club 41 Chorus 4 To become a successful busrness woman ROBERT JOSEPH OCONNELL PAUL FRANCIS O DONNELL 60 Concolor Ave Newton 135 River St West Newton Oklel Busmessl Needham Hugh Business Academlcy Warren, To travel around the Schoob Baseball 1 9, Hockey 'l To be a world SDOYTS WTIIZY JOHN OTERI 11 Maplewood Ave Newton Centre Bull Neck Otenf Academnc Weeks: U S Dlesel Engineering School To become dictator Flfty seven 367 Woodward St Waban L Rd d W ll l F h c1.1'f,"5'f1'E'?f.11.l1Z"v6f'.1'i, '11, 221134 5"'i, Pmg pong 3 4pChorus 9 31Glee Club 3 Orchestra 2 3 41 National Honor Society To make Boston realize It IS the hub of he spare wheel DOUGLASS J OBER 40 Woodbine Ter Auburndale Doug Plankfeet Academrc Warren, Went worthy Stage Committee, Aviation Club Pro rector Crew, Neophytes Work Shop RUTH G NOYES 79 Newell Rd Auburndale Academic Warren Nursing EILEEN MARY OBRIEN 10 Bowers St Newtonvnlle Language Daw Simmons Baseball 2 Chorus 3 French Club 3 41 Honor Roll 3 4 National Honor Society 41 To be wrse nn my hypocnsy DOROTHEA MARIE OTOOLE 58 Rochester Rd Newton Dot Mutslca Olfrce Tramlngy Dorchester Lasell Avlatron Club 41 Chorus 4 Gym Meet 3 Archery 3 each dancrng and do lots ol ndmg ., -1 I i - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 141 1 1 1 141 1 ., -1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 I I 'inf -1 -1 1 1 1 W 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 .., ., 1 . I I I i ' 1 -1 -1 ' i . . 1 i i 1 a 1 ,T 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 KENNETH CAMPBELL PAILLER THOMAS JOSEPH O TOOLE Q1 Rogers St Newton Tommy Language Bugelow Boys Debat mgClub Q 3 4 Secretary 4 Drama Club 4 Assistant Baseball Manager 2 3 Natuonal Honor Society 3 4 Lunchroom Squad 4, Legnslature 4 Sensor Play 4 French lub Play 4 Graduatuon Usher 3 To fund the needle m the haystack JOHN FENLON OWENS 797 Grove St Auburndale Jessne, Business, Warrem Bentley, To be able to pay an mcome tax every Year of my I C RICHARD NEWTON OWENS ROBERT WINSLOW PAIGE Q1 Walnut St Newtonvllle 162 Lowell Ave Newtonvnlle Duck Ruchue Owens Business Day Boston Red Pudge Mathematncs Day, Harvard, Unlverslty Hockey Q Football Q To hnd Track Baseball To be presldent of a nut that gold mme an the sky factory Q1 Prospect Pk Newtonvulle Colby Junlor Varsnty Football 2 Co Cap tam Intermediate 3 Varsity 4, To tuck away a mnlllon bucks reture at 40 and own a Fleet of yachts JOSEPH TRAVIS PALMIERI 523 Watertown St Newtonvllle Doc Academic, Day, Sprmgfueld Junlor Varslty Football 2 lntermeduate 3 Varsity 4 .JunlorVarsltyBaseball 2 Varsuty 3 4 Pruze Speakmg 4, Committee of 88 4 Natnonal Honor Society 4, To become a teacher ROBERT JAMES PALMER 256 Chestnut Hull Rd Chestnut Hull Stage Commnt ee 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Commit tee of 88 4 To work the swutchboard on the Metropolftan Opera House stage CLEMENTINE PANELLA 97 Pennsylvanla Ave Newton Upper Falls Cleme Academnc Weeks Lasell To be a success NICHOLAS A PARADISO MARY SYLVIA PARKER 418 Watertown St Newton 1047 Walnut St Newton Hnghlands Nicky Busnness, Day, Busuness College To Academxc Weeks Wheelock German beareporter Club 3 Drama Club Workshop 4 To go bob sledding In the Alps fafty eight ' . 1, ' ., ,, - 1 1 ' 1 - ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 ' l'f. 1 1 1 1 -' 1 1 C 1 1 1 1 ., I J, . " 1, ' '1 1 ' 1 1 b 1 1 ' 1. 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 'I . , if . Ken, Pi Ah, Academic, Day, Prep School, Shorty, Bob, Academic, Weeks, Undecided, 1 I A 1 1 - - 2 1 1 1 41 1 1 - . . I 1 ' i f 1 1 - ., ' ' ., .1 ' I ' ' 1 I ' 1 '1 1 1 A 1 1 5 1 1' 1 - V l 1 1 1 1 1, 1 ' 1 1 , . ., .., ' ' 1 A ' 1 ' 1 1 1 . 1 1' A , 1 STANLEY PARKER 90 Fern St., Auburndale Stem Mathematics1 Warren, Engineering School, Band, 9131 To make a hundred dollars a week, not counterfeit. BARBARA LORRAINE PATEY 57 Grove Hull Ave Newtonvllle Pat Language Day, Mt Holyoke Class Hockey Q 3 Varsity 3 4 Lacrosse 3 4 B mlnton Q 3 Ba ball 9 3 Our g Club 3 Vice President 4 French Club Legislature 4 Natuonal Honor Society 3 Data Editor Newtonian 41 Athletic Board 4 Lunchroom Squad 4 Honor Roll 9 3 4 To ski down the headwall LEE STOCKWELL PATTISON DORIS LOUISE PEASE 40 Greenlawn Ave Newton Centre 162 Waverly Ave Newton Pat Language We ks Brown S cretary Academic Ludlowe Hugh Connecticut, Treasurer of Tusrtala Club Debating Club Katharine Gibbs English Club 4 To b Social Studies Club To be an honest politician happy or lawyer THOMAS CHALMERS PEEBLES 53 Morton St Newton Centre Mathematncs Weeks Harvard Tennis 3 4 Band Q 3 4 Legislature 4 Junior Forum National Honor Society 4 To be able to see myself a other peop e see me FLORENCE JOYE PERRY 90 Clark Rd West Newton Dot Office Training Warren Jackson Tusltala Club 3 4 Camera Club 4 German Club 4 Chorus Q 3 4 Newtonrte 9 3 4 Archery 9 3 4 Honor Roll 3 Newtonute 9 3 4 Modern Dance 3 4 Outdoor Con cert Q 3 To learn to wrlte musxc books and letters Fifty mne FLORENCE ETHEL PEPPARD 901 Washington St Newton Flo Flossie Office Training Bigelow Business School Knitting Club 4 Commerc Club 4 To make a success of life or o have :Fe make a success o' me MARY ELIZABETH ARDEN PERRY 307 Lexrngton St Auburndale Bette Maybeth Lush Academic Warren Amy Sacher French Club Q 3 To design clothes that will ht everyone ELIZABETH CAROLYN PAROUETTE 95 Norwood Ave., Newtonville Betty, Darky1 Office Trainung1 Dayf Boston University1 Band, Q, 3, 41 Basketball, 91 To compete with Benny Goodman for clarinet honors. ROBERT GEORGE PATTEN 50 Parson St West Newton Pat Boogie Academic Day Massachusetts State Intermediate Hockey To be a rn mber ofthe Ryd r CuD golf team :jf H: pgfyff 116 1.1 rbi! ' ., 'I f , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1- . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 L ad , , 1 se , , 1 t n e , 1 1 - 1 1 1 41 1 1 1 1 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 yffi jgijiijffl' ' ., ., se- f 1 1 e 1 1 e - 1 1 , ' 1 1 1 1 1 C ' 1' 1 . . 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Q 1 11 -1 i 1 i I1 S1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I - 1 1 1 I 1 - ' ,, . ,, , 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - F LOUISE JEAN RUSSO DOLORES ANN RUSTIN EDWIN FREDERICK ROYS 334 Otus St West Newton Ed language Warren Harvard To pass the College Boards CHRISTY ROBERT RUFO 190 Adams St Newton Chris Academic Day Massachusetts Art Natlonal Honor Socuety 3 4 Home Room 'Vlanager 4 Legnslature Q Publ1c1tyIorSenlor Play Honor Roll 2 3 4 Lunchroom Ofllcnal 4 Committee of 88 Newtonian 4 Organrza tuon Edxtor Art Staff To be another Caruso WILLIAM MITCHELL 34 Clarendon St Newtonvulle Bell Mutchl Academucl Day Duke Nature u Q Legislature 3 Chorus 3 Lunchroom Sguad Q To be a success nn what ever I do and be respected by my assocnates DOROTHY RUSSELL Q1 Washburn Ave Auburndale Dottue Rusty Russ Academnc Warren Mas sachusetts General Hosprtal German Club 4 Chorus 41 Camera Club 4 Newtomte Q lunchroom Squad 4 To hut the top rn surgucal EUYSIIITS and atd the boys nn hndlng Joe P usc 'I76 Dedham St Newton Hughlands Certuhcate Weeks Boston Umverslty Archery 2 31 Hockey 9 Chorus 9 3 Gym Meet Q1Newtomte Q 3 4 Legrsla Chanrman Stage1 Camera Club 41 Semor Play Stage Committee Newtoman 4 IRENE DOLORES RUSTIN BBQ Commonwealth Ave Newton Centre Academsc Weeks, Gym Meet 3 To fund someone to admure and admire hum NANCY ELIZABETH RYAN 133 Oaklergh Rd Newton Nan Certnhcate Bl5elow1 Wnlluam and Mary Alpha Beta Q1Neophytes 9 Gym Meet 9 3 Lnbrary Club 41EngIash Club Q 3 Drama Club Workshop 4 Charrman Make up Commrttee 4 Hockey 4 Varsity 4 Basket ball 3 4 Legislature 41Senlor Play Candy Commuttee 882 Commonwealth Ave Newton Centre Laune Academnc Weeks To be a nurse FRANCIS LEO RYAN 440 Lexrngton St Auburndale Franny Ofhce Traunmg Warren To be a Forester LAURENCE FRANCIS SABETTY Q0 Churchill St Newtonvllle Larry The Commumst General Day Urn versuty of Rome Italy Assnstant Tralner of Football Orchestra To arrange music luke Duke Ellmgton Sixty four . 44 44 . 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 4 ' 1 1 - Cl 51 1 1 1 1 Q1 1 41 1 1 - -1 -1 4 Ii A 1 4 1 . 1 ' 1 1 1 4 ' 1 1 - 1 1 1 4 4 1 A 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 14 1 i. 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I i C 5 1 1 1 1 J 1 i - 1 I ' l 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 I ' " 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A JOSEPH ABRAHAM SCHLESINGER Q6 Lewls St Newton Joe C rtnhcate Brlghton Hugh Unlverslty ol Mlchlqan D ama Club 4 Camera Club 3 DCEGIIHS Club 4 Leglslature 4 To get a B In atln PHYLLIS HALL SCHWAB 189 Homer St Newton Centre Phll Academlc Weeks Lasell Drama Clubd Workshop 4 To travel around the wor VIRGINIA HAMILTON SCHOFIELD 47 Llnden St Newton Upper Falls Glnnle Gln V OHICC Tralnong Weeks Bryant and Stratton To some day be able to take a IYID around the world FREDERICK SERA 35 Melvllle Ave Newtonvllle Freddle Buslness Day Boston Unlversnty Home Room Manager Q 3 Oran e Shield Natlcnal Honor Soclety1Avlatlon lub 3 4 Camera Club To become a successful buslness man ARNOLD SHAPIRO ALFRED SHARPE 55 Clements Rd Newton 479 Dedham St Newton Centre Hey Math Brookllne Hugh M I T To AI Academlc Weeks Tllton Intermedlate b6dDI'IYSlClSf Hockey Q 3 To truck wlth Snow Whlte 479 Dedham St Newton Centre Bonko Academlc Weeks Penn State Glee Club 9 3 4 To follow ln my father s footsteps ELEANORE JEAN SHEA 89 Randlett Pk West Newton Cook Cookle Buttercup Language Day Colby College Gym Meet 9 3 Baseball 3 Tennls Tournament 3 4 French Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 Badmlntcr 4 Outdoor Con cert 3 To be successlul ln whatever l attempt 290 Central St Auburndale Hawk Shaw Rob Doby Mathematlcs Warren M I Home Poom Manager 3 Leglslature Alternate 3 Pepresentatlve 4 Math Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 Newtonlte Newtonlan 4 Indoor ack 3 Honor o 3 4 Natlonal Honor SOCICIY 4 Three boys and one glrl JOHN CALVIN SHEDD 9'l Hlgh St Newton Upper Falls Cal Certlhcate Weeks Boston Unwerslt Orchestra 9 Glce Club 3 4 Roys Glee Club 3 Intermedlate Basketball 3 Junlor Forum Commltter' 4 OutdoorConcert 9 3 4 To be successlul ln whatever held ol work I choose Sfxty :lx I -1 A .1 41' I . -1 V 2 '1 1 ' ' 1 ' ' ' A 1 ' 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 I V . 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Weeks, 5Ch0ld'9hiD Poll, 9, 3, To be a drum ITIQY. PRISCILLA SPEAKMAN HERMAN SPERA 41 Aberdeen St Newton Hlghlands 380 Boylston St Newton Centre Academlc, Weeks, Katharine Grbbs, Alpha Cocoa Spera Academrc Weeks To play Beta, English Club 3 4, Gym Meet Q man orchestra I Ur JEANNETTE MARY STEVENSON 9 Gay St Newtonvulle Jeanme Jan Academnc Day Wheelock Archery 9 3 41 Kmttnng Club 3 4 Camera Club 4 Natnonal Honor Socuety 4 To say what I mean and mean what I say LORRAINE STICKNEY 209 Riverview Ave Waltham Stncky1Certnhcate Warren Bouve Natlonal Honor Soclety 3 4 Executlve Councnl 4 Chalrman Athletlc Board 4 Orange Shueld 4 Orange Book 3 Senlor Play Commlttee 4 Chaurman Property Committee Sensor Play 4 Lunchroom Squad 4 Legtslature 4 Outnng Club 3 4 Presrdent 4 Honor Roll Q 3 4 Basketball Class Team Captam 2 3 4 Varsnty Pm? pong 31 Lacrosse 9 3 41 Badrmnton EMERY ST GEORGE JR Lensuase Dey M I T Natuonal Honor Socrety 3 4 Honor Roll 2 3 41 Math Club 4 Newtonian 41 To nake a new discovery an SCIZHCZ CAROL AUDREY STILES Olfuce Trannm Weeks1 Katharune Gibbs SoclalStudtes Clu 4 Gym Meet Q Soccer 9 96 W iI'Hf18fon Rd Newtonvllle 'IO Cotter Rd Waban ROBERT ELLSWORTH STILES 11 Brae Burn Rd Auburndale Bob Stnkey Certufucate Warren Tufts Mcdtcal lntermedlate Football Q Varsuty Hockey Q To throw a grapefrurt at Carmen Lombardo EDWARD DOWSE STONE 46 Aberdeen St Newton Hrghlands Stoney Snuper Eddy Business Weeks1 Boston Unnyersxty1 Baseball Manager Q1 Asslstant Home Room Manager 21 Track 41 Sensor Play Commnttee 41To hear Kayo tell a true Story AUDREY ADELE STOCKBRIDGE 504 Lowell Ave Newtonvnlle Peanuts Stocky Academrc Warren Boston School of Practncal Arts Legislature Repre sentatrve 9 3 Alpha Beta 9 Basketball Q Tenms 2 Social Studies Club To be at home abroad PAMELA MILES STOWELL 83 Arnold Rd Newton Centre Pam Academlc Weeks1 Colby Junlon Neophytes Lunchroom Squad 31 Englnsh Club 4 Kmttnng Club Treasurer 4 Scholar shup Roll 3 To have my name pronounced correctly BARBARA STRANGE ELIZABETH STRIPP Q0 Jefferson St Newton Q9 Salusbury Rd Newton Bobble Barb Barbne Ofhce Tranmng Betty Academuc Worcester Vesper Geor e Blgelow Gnrls Fneld Hockey Manager 4 Art School Chorus Scholarshrp Roll 31 To Camera Club 4 To see the sea and work un be a professnonal desxgner an ofhce Seventy ' I u 1 ' .1 1 ,, 1 i i 1 1 1 1 . . ., ' I 'f -I 1 i 1 1.i 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 -1 ., 1 1 1 ' ' ' 1 l 1.1 1 - 1 1 ,1 ,1 , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11, 1 9, 3, 4, Captain, 41 Soccer, Q, 3, 41 enms, 3, 41 ' I I I I I 9, ,4. -1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . - 1 N U1 V 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 . ., ., 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 31 Westbourne Rd Newton Centre NORMA SUTHERLAND 319 Centre St Newton Martha Raye Tessue Academuc Bugelowl Nursung School Home Economucs Club RICHARD SWEETMAN 67 Elluot St Newton Hughlands Duck Busuness Weeks To be a Floor walker un a telephone booth DORA TAGLIENTI 4 Beecher Pl Newton Centre Dodo Do Dot Ofluce Traunung Weeks Baseball 2 Basketball 3 Soccer 3 To rude a camel un Arabua as smoothly as rudung un a Ford V 8 Seventy on e ALDITH KENT SUTTON KENNETH CLARENCE STRUM 149 Park St Newton Pete Mathematucs Buge'ow, Purdue Foot ball 9 3 4 Avuatuon Club 4 WILLIAM PARKER SULLIVAN 77 Beaumont Ave Newtonvu'le Sul y Academuc Weeks, Assustant Baseball Manager 2 Varsuty Manager 3 Presudent Scuence Actuvutues Club 3 4 Lunchroom Squad 4 Senuor Play ucket Commuttee 4 To see a Democrat elected mayor ol Newton Aldue Academuc Weeks Westbrook Junuor College Neophytes Gym Meet 2 Socual StuduesClub 3 Leguslature 3 Fueld Hockey 4 Drama Club 4 Gurls Assembly 41 Scholars p Roll 9 41 Chorus 3 4 Drama Club Pageant 4, To dance luke Pavlowa ROYAL CLAFLIN TAFT 41 Clark St Newton Centre Bud Butch R C lvlatl1ematucs1Weeks1Cor nell Junuor Varsuty Football 9 3 Indoor and Outdoor Track 9 3 4 Tennus SZ 3 Tourna ment 5 Varsuty Football 5 To be a man of leuslre and own an automobtle racung stable DINA TALIANI 330 Elliot St Newton Upper Falls Dunku Dunah Olfuce Traunung Weeks Hockey 9 Basketball 9 3 To travel all over the Unuted States and the Hawauuan Islands GERALDINE SULLIVAN 355 Crafts St Newtonvulle Game Olluce Traunung Day Home Eco nomucs Club 9 Commercual Club 3 4 Chorus 4 Avuatuon Club 4 Drama Club Pageant 4 To luxe as long as l want to and to never want as long as l luve GRACE SURABIAN 439 Commonweal h Ave Newton Centre Gracue Scookue Sweetue Suruley Academuc Weeks Teachers College Spanush Club Camera Club Knuttung Club Modern Dance Club Scholarshup Roll To be a teacher ELIZABETH MARY TASHJIAN Q47 Park St Newton Danger Rusty Pepper Ginger Academlc Bngelow Traphagen Badmnnton 3 Modern Dance 4 Knnttun Club 4 French Club 3 erseSpeak1ng hour Netaonal Honor So cnety 4 Tob alashuon deslgnerorconsultant DORIS BYERS TAYLOR 165 Grove St Auburndale or Certrhcate fpworth Hugh South Afrnca Ol1vetCcIIege To be a nurse In an X ray department BARBARA GRACE TAYLOR 40 Beaumont Ave Newtonvllle Barbne Academrc Day Secretanal Schoo' Hockey Team 4 Knitting Club 4 Orange Shxeld To catch a lash rn the middle ol the Atlantxc Ocean PATRICIA CHARLOTTE TAYLOR Q5 Westbourne Rd Newton Centre Pat Academuc Weeks Lasell Cym Meet Q Chairman Junior Jubilee Committee 3 Micro phone Club 9 3 4 Social Ctudres Club 4 Alternate to Legnslature 3 4 To be on the Scholarshnp Roll RUTH BARBARA TEDESCO RHITA THIBAULT 4 Warwick Rd West Newton 1273 Washmgton St West Newton Ted Aces, Language, Warren, Padclrfle Specxs Rusty Freckles Offuce Practnce Englnsh Club 4, Verse Commrttee 4 Warren o be a newspaper woman L THERESE THOMAS 'l5 Sargent Pk Newton Teedre, Bugelow Vassar French Club 3 LUCILLE TOCCI 6 Mechanu ct Newton Upper Falls Lou Office Training Weeks Busrness School Soccer 9 3 Hockey 2 3 Qase ball 2 3, Basketbal' Q 3 Gym Meet 9 3 Honor Roll Q 3 4 Comrnercral Club 3 4 Vlce Presrdent 4 Natronal Honor Soctety 4 To be a travelrng secretary ELEANOR JANET TISDALE 45 Adella Ave West Newton Elle Tissue Language Vfarren Katharine ubbs, French C'ub 3 4 Chorus 3 New tonite 3 4 Drama Club Workshop 4 Scholar slnrp Poll Q 3 4 National Honor Society 4 To be a private secretary ANN MARSH TOUART 75 Commonweal h Pk We t Newton Certlhca e Central Hugh Nanrla Edge wood Park To be a pnvate secretary Seventy two ., ' ' in 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 11 ' '1 ' 'SEQ . 1 - 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A 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 JAMES PATRICK TREDDIN 338 Cherry St West Newton Harp l-'larpo lrrsh Business Warren Boston Unlverslty To fund a weal hy wife and VIRGINIA HELEN TOUSLEY hundred RICHARD BINNEY TOWER Semor Play Usher 4 To be an actuary FLORENCE MARGARET TREFRY 68 Plerrepont Rd Newton Lower Falls Flossy Fluff Academic Warren Massachu setts School of Art Home Economlcs Club 4 FLORENCE LOUISE TROY DONALD JOHN TURNER 'IOO Allen Ave Waban 34 Adella Ave W st Newton Bunny Academic Warren Secretarial Don D J Language, Country Day Har School To luve and learn varcl To lrght up a stogue rn study period VIRGINIA TURNER '16 Cabot S Newton Gmme Cutre Academnc Washrngton D C Ar School or Nurses Tramrng Prchery 4 Mnd winter Concer 4 Outdoor Con cert 3 To oe a sculptres Seventy three RICHARD VAN GUNDY 93 Ellot Ave We t Newton Drclc Van Certrhcate Warren Cornell Basketball 3 4 Baseball 9 7 Drama Club 3 4 Honor Roll Q 3 4 National Honor Society 4 To work whnle l work play whale I play and emoy doing both 8 lrvlng Rd Waban Gsnny Gm Certuhcate Warren, Colby Junior Social Studies Club 4 Legislature 4 Executive Council 4 To lrve to be one 119 Hancock St Auburndale Moses Certlhcate, Warren Exeter Math Club 3 4 VrcePres1dent 4 Alternate to Legrslature 3 4, Home Room Manager 9 H EARL TOWER 996 Walnut St Newton Romeo Academrc, Bigelow Harvard Medl cal To love and have been loved CATHERINE VINCENZO Q80 Adams St Newton Academic Day Swtmmung Tennis Dancrng, To become a telephone operator 1 ,I . II II I. I . I I .. I I , . I ,I I 1 - I 1 I1 1 1 1 - 1 1 I -1 11 1 " 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 1 '1 ' I1 1 1 - 1 1 - I 1 1 1 1 1 1 - , -1 I -1 1 I I 1 'I 1 ' 1 I 1 1 -1 ' 1 1 - 1 2 - I 1 I 4 1 1 travel the world. Scholarshup Roll, 9, 3, 41 To lrve and learn. -1 -1 'Z ' 1 , , 1 I ' 1 1 A 1 - 11 1 - 1 - 1 . , i ' Q I 11 ., .. , I A A 1 A 1 I ' 1I I ' 1 ' 1 1 'A 1 1 1 I Q - 11I !I 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 -11I 1 ' 1 - I I1 1 - 1 I1 1 1 I1 1 I - - 1 1 5- - 1 1 I I 1 ' " , . HUGH VAN ROOSEN 44 Grafton St., Newton Centre Van1 Certificate, Weeks, Exeter, U, S, Naval Academy, Debating, Qi Math Club, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 41 Lunchroom Srluad 3 4- Drama Club, 4 Executive Board, 4- Cavalry Club, 4- Scholarship Roll, 9 3 4- Drama Club Pageant, 4- Ski Team 3 4, Cap- tain 4 Newtonian Board Editor of Histories 4 range Book 4 To continue happy in the ignorance of youth EARLE SPAULDING VAUGHAN 'lOO Tyler Ter Newton Centre Certificate Weeks New England Aircraft School Tennis Team Q 3 4 Football lnter mediate 3 Varsity 4 Camera Club 3 Ski Team 3 4 To make life worth living or others as well as myself f--W. v--v JOSEPHINE LORETTA VASSALOTTI 45 Melbourne Ave., Newtonville Joi ACdd2mlCi Day, Knitting Clubi To be successful in my chosen ambition. GRACE VER PLANCK 48 Windsor Rd Waban Gracie Language Warren Vassar Neo phytes 9 Play Legislature Q 3 Orange eld Q 3 4 Drama C b 3 4 Eng Club 3 4 Play 3 Vice President 4 Library Club 3 4 Vice President 4 Senior Play Committee Chairman Costumes Home Room Manager 4 Board of Publications 3 Orange Book 4 Newtonian Q 3 4 Building Mana ger 4 Newtonite 9 3 4 Co copy Editor 3 CODY Editor 4 Gym Meet 0 3 led Hockey 9 ENRICO VISCO 958 Nevada St Newtonville Hen Pee wee Business Day Boston Uni versity Orange Shield 9 Newtonite Staff 4 Aviation Club 3 4 Camera Club 4 Lunch room Squad 4 National Honor Society 4 Manage a company superior to Pan American Airways LESLIE H VOLPE 877 Beacon St Newton Centre Les Academic Weeks Boston University Chorus Q 3 4 Lunchroom Squad 9 4 THERESA VISCO 'l'l Beech St Newton Terry Butch Office Training Day Com mercial Club 4 To work in a bookshop EDITH C WAHLMAN 59 Eldredge St Newton Ede Edie Wal'ie Language Bigelow Radcliffe Chorus 3 English Club 4 Pup GLENYS WAlN RALPH W WALES JR 30 Fenwick Rd Waban 15 Omar Ter Newtonville Glen Cupid Academic Yarmouthport Bud Duke Academic Day Duke University Massachusetts General Hosprta' SoclalStudles Home Room Manager Q 3 4 Lunchroom Club 3 French Club 4 To love and be loved Squad Junior Varsity Football, Tennis Q To live and love Seventy four 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 O 1 1 n n 1 1 1 1 'I I 'I H 1' 1 ' '11 1- 1 1 - n 1 i 1 1 1 1 11 j A 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1v -1.1 Shi 1 1 1 1 lu. 1 1 lISl1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 U- ' 1 1 ' - 1- 1 1 n - 1 1 1 n n 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 . - ' 1 1 Y 1 1 1 1 - U1 1 ' V, 1 1 1 -1 1 F l " i ' 1 - 1 ' 1 1 '- 1 1 " 1 1 - . . -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1, 1 1, - - ' 1 1 1 1 .V . 11 -1 Y 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 1 -1 ' 1 U 1 A 1 ' 1 g , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 - ' ' Makeabillion and retire. peteers,4,Vice'Presldent,Tobesuccessful. , e e, Q ', -?21'1,.11a. , 3 1 , . . -I 'I . 1 ' 1 T1 I I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 1 -1 - 1 1 11 1 n 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 - 1 15 Newell Rd Auburndale VIRGINIA MILNES WARREN 114 Temple St West Newton Jmny Language Warren Wellesley or Nllddlebury Band Q 3 4 Engllsh Club 3 4 Drama Club Workshop 3 4 Alpha Beta Q Gym Meet 9 3 Newtonlte 4 Senior Play Costume ommlttee 4 Prize Speaking Com mnttee 4 Hockey 9 To get out of the rut ARLENE JANET WEBSTER 57 Hawthorne Ave Auburndale Peanut Webby Certlhcate Warren Um versltyo Maine Basketball 3 4 Archery Q French Club 4 Gym Meet 9 3 Outmg Club 4 To sk: to St Morutz WALTER GOODWIN WELLS 19 Bowdoin St Newton Hughlands Mathematics Weeks Wnllnams Gerrran Club Q 3 Camera Club 3 41 Math Club 41 National Honor Socnety 3 4 lunchroom Squad 4 To discover the perfect razor blade Seventy hve EUGENIE BRADSHAW WALLER 83 Eldredge St Newton Genre Dunny Empress Language, Bngelow Vassar Alpha Beta Q Le Cercle Franca 3 English Club 41 Camera Club 4 Drama Club Workshop 4 Chorus 3 Scholarshup Roll Q 3 4 Badmmton 3 Archery 2 3 To wrute a bestseller JANE WARD QQ Harrington St West Newton Gln Certlhcate Swampscott Pierce Secre tarnal School Englnsh Club 4 Badmlnton To Fund happiness as well as success RALPH SEELYE WASHBURN JR Washue Certuhcate Warren Unuversnty of Maxne Stage Commnttee 4 Spanlsh Club 41 A'ternate to Leguslature 3 To always be happy about the whole tl-ung BARBARA DOROTHEA WELCH 86 Waban Pk Newton Babs Barb Bobb 1 Academlc Oumcyl Framungham Normal amera Club 4 Ske c :ng Club 9 Not to look so mnocent xn photo graphs PRISCILLA JANE WHARTON 99 Lowell Rd Wellesley Hulls Peggy Language Weeks, Wellesley Alpha Beta Q Alpha Gamma Tau 3 Natlonal Honor Socnety 3 41 Chorus 3 41Lunchroom Squad 41 Drama Club Workshop 4 To be lnde Dendent WILLIAM P WALSH JR 103 Warwick Rd West Newton Senator Lttle B ll Academnc Vlarren Alabama College Golf Football Q 3 4 Track Lunchroom 3 To hut the ball and stay on the horse at the same tlme rn a game of po o WILLIAM BUCHANAN WARD 191 Ward St Chestnut I-lull Bull Academnc Weeks Busrness School To try to succeed nn whatever I undertake . , . ., ., 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 ns, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' I I J i 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l - -1 11 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 'LV ., ., 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - ' C 1 1 - ' - 1 1 i 1 i - -1 ., - r, - 1 1 1 1 1 1 y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 th- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 . . . f -1 ., ' 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 , ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . , 1 - , K ,1 BICKFORD GLOVER WHITE RHODA CLARK WHITE ANITA WHEELER 31 Evergreen Ave Auburndale Nee Nita Certnhcate Warren Jackson Alpha Gamma Tau 3 4 Camera Club 4 Knrttmg Club 4 Lunchroom Squad 3 4 Scholarshrp Roll Q 3 4 Natronal Honor Socrety 4 To do well all that l do ROBERT MARSH WHELDEN 516 Commonwealth Avenue Newton Centre Bob Trny T J Certrflcate Weeks Dart mouth Junnor Varsuty Football, Varsity Foot ball 2 3 4 Varsrty Club 9 3 Secretary Q Lunchroom Squad 4, Track 3 To beat Prexy Hayes when he beats Cunnrngham rn the mule KENNETH THOMAS WHELAN 33 Noble St West Newton Ken Academrc Warren, Art School, Puppeteers To be a successful concert dancer HENRY MARTIN WHITCOMB 36 Elizabeth Rd Belmont Hank Busrness New Rochelle Law School, To become an honest buslness man or lawyer rn a corporatron or a famous orchestra leader 95 Sumner St Newton Centre Brclc Whrtey Busmess Weeks, Sk: Team 4, a farm PHYLLIS WHITING 1084 Chestnut St Newton Academrc, Weeks FRANCES FINLAY WHITTLESEY 20 Norwood Ave Newton Centre Fran Certnfrcate Weeks Art School Glee Club Q Knlttrng Club 4 Lrbrary Club 4 Englrsh Club 4 Senior Play Candy Commit tee 4 Lunchroom Squad 4 Junior Forum Committee 3 4 Newtorrte 4 To study abroad 73 Sargent St Newton Academic Weeks Mlss Wheelocks French Natronal Honor Socrety 4 To spend my sensor year of college rn Pans and then study a year In an accredited college and recerve my degree EDMUND SUMNER WHITTEN JR 11 Owarsa Rd Waban Ed Whrt Mathematucs Warren Amherst Avratlon Club 2 3 4 Model Durector 3 4 Debatrng Club 3 4, Camera Club 4, German Club 2 3 Football Junror Varsrty Q Inter mediate 3 Assn tant Home Room Manager 4 Senior Play 4 To keep headed towards my goa ALBERT ARTHUR WICKSON 196 Webster St West Newton AI Wacky Warren Suffolk Law School Track Baseball Tennis Basketball Seventy :lx ., 'I ' 1 1 " 1 1 1 1 Ii E, 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 g , ' . , I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 'I 1 ' 1 . v1 " 1 1 - 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V 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 I1 . 1 1.1 ' - 41 -1 ' 1A ' 1 'A 1 ' A1 li 1 ' 1 Newtonlte, 9, To retrre at forty to the lrfe on Club, 9, 3, Chorus, 2, 31 Glee Club, 3, - 1 1 1 I I -1 11 ' . 41. fi ' 1 A1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A .1 .1 1 1 I 1 1 - A I 1 1 S 1 1 1 1 ,, . . ., 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 -1 1 .1 1 -1 1 1 -1 1 11 1 - , 1 1 - .1 41 1.1 1 1 1 I 1 1 CLAIRE WILSON 42 Eden Ave West Newton Grnger Certlhcate Warren Bates Honor Glee Club 4 Spanrsh Club Secretary 4 Camera Club 4 Tusltala Club 4 Newtonlte 3 Edxtonal Editor 4 Newtonran Proof Edltor 4 Lunchroom Squad 4 Ping pong 3 4 Archery 3 To Fund the rrght vocatuon be fore l m too old to carry It out ANNE ELIZABETH WINCH 18 Tamworth Rd Waban Nancy Nan Academnc Warren Amy Sacker School Gym Meet 9 To be an nnterxor decorator FRANCES LOUISE WOLFE 13 Emerson St Newton Fran Woof wool Ollrce Traxnung Day Baseball 9 3 Basketball Q 3 Hocke Q Y To lave to a rupe old age Seventy :even JEAN MARGARET WIGGIN Normal Home conomucs Club 4 WILLIAM ORAN WILES Busmess Blgelow VIRGINIA DE LUCE WILSON 17 Hancock St Auburndale Jlnnle, Academrc Warren, BlshopLee Neophytes 9, Glee Club 4 Sensor Play 4 To be a great actress JOY WINGETT 30 Lake Ave Newton Centre Academlc Weeks New England Con servatory of Muslc Avlatron Club 4 Library Club 3 4 Radlo Club Q Orchestra Q 3 4 Legrslature Q 3 4 Junnor Executive Com mittee Senior Executuve Councnl National Honor Socnety 4 To be a public school teacher of musec LAWRENCE HAROLD WONGBURG 105 Adena Rd West Newton Larry Academrc Warren To be a car toomst 11 Morton Rd Newton Centre Jeanne Wug ne, Hyde Park, Framungham 106 Charlesbank Rd Newton VIRGINIA WILDER 154 Oluver Rd Waban Ginny, Academrc, Warren Chrldrens Hospital Hockey 2 3, Basketball Q 3 Lacrosse Q 3 Track Q Tennis Q Gym Meet Q 3 Neophytes Treasurer 9 Drama Club 3 4 Pageant 4 Candy Commuttee 3 Sensor Play 4, Englrsh Club 4 Pruze Speakung Com mittee 4 Verse Speaking Choir 4 New tonite 3 4 Newtonran 4, To be patient wrth Datlents NIURIEL WILLIS 74 Avalon Rd Waban Mur Academnc May and Carl Schurz Chucago, Junuor College, Natrona! Honor Society 3 4 Honor Roll 9 3, Archery 3 Camera Club 4, Lunchroom Squad 4 New tonite 4 To make the world better for my having been here 'I I 'I .I - , .V . f . 1 1- 1 1 1 . 1 11 111 11 11 1 11 1 11- 111 11, 11 41 11 - - 11 -n 11 - 411-1 1 -1 .1 ' il - .1 li 1 V 1 A 111 11 11 - 1 11 - 11 . ,, ., ' 1 " 1 1 .1 A' Ai- I -1 Roll, Q, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 41 Drama Club, 3, 4, Socual Studies Club, 4, 1 1 ' 11 1- 11 11 V 11 11A 1 - 1' 11 1 1,1 - 11 -h 1 1 1. 11 - ., -1 1 1 '1 1 vi I i,- . ' , ,, .1 11 . -111 11 -1111 Q 1.1 1 1. t '- i . i. 11 ., ., 1 - 1 ' "1 1 -1 Ii 1 - A11A1 111 11 - BARBARA HELEN WOODWORTH ANNE CAROLYN WRIGHT BARBARA WOOD 30 Orient Ave Newton Centre Babs Barb Academic Weeks Secretarial School English Club 3 4 Avtatuon Club 4 National Honor Society 4 To walk a day without tripping ROBERT S WOODRUFF 119 Oakdale Rd Newton Htghlands Eight ball Wolf Ecstasy Academrc Weeks To due an honorable death KENNETH HASTINGS WOOD 66 Grasmere St Newton Ken Kennle Certthcate, Bigelow Massa chusetts State Football 31 Hockey Manager 9 3 Brookline Game Usher 31Glee Club 4 To get away from tt all In the woods ANNE HARVEY WOODS 141 Moffat Rd Waban Woodsue Annie Language Warren Smith French Club 3 4 VlcePres1dent 4 Tennis Tournament 3 Tennis Squad 3 Drama Club Workshop 4 Chairman of Propertnes 4 Camera Club 4 Newtonlte 3 4 Copy Staff Newtonian 4 Property ommlttee Senior Play 4 Chorus 3 Honor Roll 9 3 Sensor Dress Assembly 4 National Honor Society 4 To be a freshman at Smith next fall 65 Rowena Rd Newton Centre Barbie Spltnter Language Weeks Wheaton, Alpha Beta 2 Engltsh Club 3 4 Verse Com mnttee 3 Secretary 4 Chairman Verse Com Properties 3 Executive Corrmlttee 3 Pres: dent 4 Camera Club 4 Outdoor oncert 3 Gym Meet Q 3 Senior Play Candy Commtt tee Newtonute 9 3 4 Exchange Editor 3 Newtonian 4 Archery 9 3 Scholarship Roll 9 3 4 Alternate to Legislature 3 Chorus 3 National Honor Society 4 BARBARA LOUISE WRIGHT 14 Margaret Rd Newton Hsghlands Babs Weeks Framingham Normal To lnve to love ltle and all things levrng RICHARD FRANCIS WRIGHT 15 Elliot Ter Newton UDDer Fall Olihce Training Weeks Night School Harvard Camera Club 4 Always to spend my First mllllon foolishly and live on the n terest ol the other three 43 Woodclttf Rd Newton Htghlands Academic XX'eeks Webber SoclalStud1es Club 3 4 Lunchroom Squad 4 Orange Shield 3 4 National Honor Society 3 4 To travel extenstvely JOHN DEAN WRIGHT .IR 14 Whitney Rd Newtonvllle Jack Certrhcatef Day Dartmouth Tusutala Club 3 Baseball Manager 31 Stage Crew 3 Chairman 4 Microphone Club 3 President 4 Camera lub 4 Glee Club 4 Concert 4 To wnte a good bool: and illustrate It OLIVER ALDRICH WYMAN .IR 95 Walden St Newtonvrlle Bunt Bunty Ollie Language Day Bowdoin Camera Club Treasurer 3 4 Home Room Manager 9 3 Advertising Manager of New tonlte 4 Senior Play 4 Drama Club 4 Lrench Club 4 Aviation Club Legislature 4 To sell beds to the W P A Seventy eight ,, 1 ,I A AA A -A A . A . A ,. . A A A 1 1A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A A A 1 1 11 I A , , 1 - 41 I 11 I 1 I . I 1 I I - . . I 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 - A1 I - 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 . A A C . 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 AI I 1 1 l l ., I 1, I I 1 IA 1 A 1 A 1 I 1 A. 1 IA I A 1 1 1A 1 1 - A1 1 1 A 1 A1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 mittee, 41 Drama Club Workshopi Chairman Legislature, 91 31 Alternate to Legislature, 41 I 1 1 I - I 1 I- I 1 - 1 1 1A1 C 1 1 1 A1 1 A I- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 A I 1 1 1 1 1 - , ' ' . 1, ' ,A 1 ' 1A 1 AI AA 1 I 1 1 II 1 1 I A 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 A1 1 A 1 , . 1 I I . ., s ,, I I I 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1A-A 1 1 1 1 1 . , A . A A A A A AA ., A A 1 I 1 1 A 1 1 1 11 1 1 I 1 .I 1 1 JOSEPH ALLEN Joe Academnc Day Buslness of my own CARL HENRY CARLSON BERNICE IDALEE YAFFE Q5 Montrose St Newtcn Bunny Language Bigelow Barnard Neo phytes 9 Camera Club 3 Drama Club 4 English Club 4 Prize Speaking Committee 4 Soccer 9 Hockey 9 Archery 4 Natnonal Honor Society 4 To become a concert puanlst FREDERICK ANTHONY LENNON 306 Watertown St Newton Tedy Academic, Dayr Clvtl Servlce Fire Department Swede Ollrce Tralnnng Weeks Ntght School To becorre a hrst class machlnlst JOSEPH EDWARD COLETTI Cactus Joey Sud Creeper Busrness Day Basketball To erect a basketball court for the boys of the lake KEMP EDMONSTON JOHN RUSSELL FLETCHER Joby Academuc Day Travel rnU S A FRANCIS JOHN FORD Pro Academic Day Boston College To be a aood amateur golfer MILDRED ROBERTSON FREDERICK Mnllle Academlc Weeks Wrllop School Soccer To be successful In whatever I attempt DONALD SIDNEY HOOPER AUDREY RUSK ZAUN 13 Churchrll St Newtonvtlle Oltlce Trarnung Brvghton O1tdoor Con cert 3 Tolrvc laugh and be merry THELMA ANN RAMSAY 9 Beverly Rd Newton Hughlands Thal Academlcr Tyne Valley P E I New ton Hospital CNurstn5D To be an arr hostess 79 Faxon St Nonantum 21 Parker Ave Newton Centre 8 Jackson Ter Newton 'lC65 Chestnut St Newton Upper Falls 42 Calvln Rd Newtonvrlle 430 Albemarle Rd West Newton 91 Halcyon Rd Newton Centre 194 Randlett Pk West Newton Don Academic Warren Bustness School Jumor Varsnty Football 9 Indoor Track 3 Outdoor Track 3 To be namateur sklchampton DANIEL JOSEPH KILEY .IR Busrness Bigelow Worcester Prep To be a ballet dancer ROBERT JAMRON 184 Cabot St Newton 'I43 Eastbourne Rd Newton Centre Bob Jammy Academnc Roxbury Memorlal Hugh New Englard Conservatory To hear Benry Gocdrran s Bard GEORGE ROBERT MILLIGAN Happy Mug Business Warren To retnre when Q1 years old LOUISE JANET NORTON Wesa Academrc Warren To get a lob STEPHEN MICHAEL RUANE Steve Business Warren Bentley MELVIN S SIMON Mel Vnn Language Weeks Harvard To be able to polush cars by lookrng at them Srmonnze RUTH ANNE WAUGH Olluce Traunung Weeks To get a good job Seventy rrrne d dn ODCYG 91 Cottage Pl West Newton 9 Washnngton Ter Newtonvnlle Q87 Cherry St West Newton 'I7 East Boulevard Rd Newton Centre 48 Butts St Newton Upper Falls 'I I -I 1 1 ' 1 1 - " 1 1 ' - '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 s 1 1 1 1 -V 1 1 .1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 .I I' , i , , . .1 - . 1 - . -1 1 A1 1 ' . -1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 ' 1 - ' ' . 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 . -1 Businessy Winthrop Junior Highf To be a mnllionaire, -1 1 li 1 ' . . . -1 1 A 1 1 1 - . -1 ' ' 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' . -1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 G - 1 . -1 ' 1 1 1 , -1 1 1 V1 I ' 1 - 1 T 1 DI Y - -1 1 1 ' 1 1 . -1 1 ' 1 1 - -1 r 1 ' 1 1 - . ., -1 1 1 1 'R ' ' - 11 1 1 . CLASSMATE WHO HAS DIED w APD JO!-4 TOY XJIILL' '-' :L ,ff . Ni -N f 'wF'.'fv 'fl Died f-.:::il'I1 Eighty-one OST-GRADUATE CLAS Adviser, Miss ANNE Lrfxriaries HE Post-Graduate class is under the thoughtful guidance of Miss Leathers, who is always ready to give the particular advice needed by these special students. Since their main purpose in remaining at high school for an extra year is to acquire sufficient units to enter higher institutions of learning, they devote their time to studying. Although few extrascurricular activities are open to Post-Graduates, they participate freely in all musical organizations, such as the Band, Orchestra, and Glee Club. H JMNHU ANU SEIFHEIMHHHS UNICDR OFFICER RED LETTER DAYS September 14, 1936 - First day at N. H. S. October 93, 1936 - Cuet Acquainted Party. January 97, 1937 4 Class Elections President- Thomas Burlchard Vice-President A Albert EvertS Secretary H Joan O'Ha ra Treagurer 7 Herbert Bernard February 10, 1937 February 19, 1937 March 17, 1937 May 19, 1937 Sophomore Reading Contest, Winners: William Stark and Aura Kern Sophomore Valentine Dance Neophytes Play "Spreading the News" Junior Class Elections President v Thomas Burkhard Vice-President ff- Albert Everts Secretary Dawn Eaton Treasurer -ff Herbert Bernard April 1, 1938 Junior-Senior Prize-Speaking Contest, winner of the boys, William Stark April 97,1938 -'Junior-Senior Essay Contest, one of the winners f Elizabeth Dasey Junior-Senior Poetry Contest, the winner, Mavise Hayden iliiilliiil''lllllll-4 ivillllllTl1'ill'll"3i'l'll,llll llliilll1ll"liililillll'ili ill ll lllllll llllllll ,ullrwli fi llll l i ,iii ii ii Eighty-four JLIIXIICDR BALLOT Those Who Have Done Most For the Junior Class RUTH LUCAS WILLIAM STARK Most Athfetfc ERMINIA MANCINI WILLIAM PESCOSOLIDO Most Popular JANE ANSLEY THOMAS BURKHARD Best Loolrfng JANET RICE JACK SUNDBQRG Frlendllest E ghty I LILLIAN RAILSBACK HERBERT PACKARD l-IOMCDRE CDFFIC RED LETTER DAYS September 13, 1937 Y Entered N. l-l. S. October 1, 1937 f Get Acquainted Party October 29, 1937 4 l-lallowe'en Party February 9, 1938 - Class Elections President - Phillip Scanlon Vice-Prexident f Donn Ashley Secretary f Edith Alexander Treasurer f Paul l-lines February 16, 1938 fSophomore Composition Reading Participants Jacqueline Borre Kittreclge Fisher Donald Koughan Paul Eliclcer Robert Goldriclc George Pettengill Richard Warren March 16, 1938 f Neophytes Play, "The First Dress Suit" April 29, 1938 'ff Sophomore Dance Eighty SCDPI-ICDMCDRE BALLOT Most Verxanle VIRGINIA SIDES KITTREDGE FISHER Most Athletic CONSTANCE CADY WALTER HURLEY Most Popular EDITH ALEXANDER PHILIP SCANLON Best Looking MARCIA HAM BROOKS HEATH E gh!Y Fraendlrest SHIRLEY CRYAN PAUL HINES f 3 J 4 EMIHZMHUNS i VERY month there is held a meeting of the Legislature, the student representative law-proposing organization. Each Senior home room elects two representatives, each Junior home roorn one, and every two Sophomore home rooms one. The Legislature this year accomplished a great deal. One of its most important worlcs was the approval of a new set of traffic regulations proposed by the Board of Civics Affairs. A thorough discussion of safety and consideration of licenses for bicycles occupied several meetings. In addi- tion, the Legislature considered the charters of two new clubs, Much ofthe good work ofthe Legislature is done through the eight administrative boards. Ninety llliliilf Qilllilllillllilill'illlllllllllli lllilllllllfl llllllllllfllllll lll lillllll l llllllllllllllll Ninety-onc CME RCDCDM MANAGER Faculty Ticket Manager, MR. CARL SWAN HE home room managers each year do a great deal of service by helping to encourage interest in the many activities of the school. The major project of the year was the sale of Student Activities Tickets. Other successful drives included the faculty play, the senior play, various class dances, and school publications. Selling tickets for contests in sports, such as football, basketball, track, and baseball, was another duty of this body of students. For their untiring publicity work and ellicient handling ofthe tasks set for them, the home room managers deserve much credit. lllIlllliilllllllilllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllillllillllllllllll President, ROBERT MYERS Girls' Vice-President, JANL ANSLLY Boys' Vice-President, MARK MESSIER Treasurer, JEREMIAH ALLEN Secretary, DONALD MACKINNON N 1994, a constitutional convention was called, following a student request for more participation in school government. There resulted from this meeting the Newton High School Associates, composed of every member ofthe school in good standing, The Associates are represented by the Legislature. The Executive Council passes on measures proposed by this body. The president presides at Legislature meetings and certain assemblies. He also appoints the administrative boards. ln his absence, the boys' vice-president takes over his duties. The girls' vice- president is in charge ofthe girls' assembly, and, when necessary, replaces her two superiors. Under the direction of the clerlc are the minutes of the Legislature and all school correspondence. illllllllllll'Ellllllllli lllllllll ll liliitill l l lll ll ii ll il l. T li il l T l l l ilillllll l ill. . llilllllillilllliliilllllllllXllllllll il.llilllliilllll ll ll lllill l lillllfiliiillillllllll ll ll JllllllllllillllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllT 3lilirlllililillliilili. ill...lllllll ll.lllllllllllllllll Ninety-two Ninety-three XECLITIVE COLINCI HE Executive Council, in conjunction with the Legislature, form the governing organization for student affairs. All acts of the Legislature are submitted to the Executive Council for approval. lt exerts general control of all student activities, directs the work ofthe administrative boards, grants club charters and initiates and approves legislation. It is composed of faculty supervisors and of a student representative from each board. The members this year are as follows: Miss Bigelow Miss Burdon Mr. Eliclcer Mr. Green Mr. Kidger Mrs. Kuntz Mr. Maxim George Black Ernest Colantonio Joan Cunningham Theodore Duffy John Fernald Donald MacKinnon Robert Myers Lorraine Sticlcney Virginia Tousley Mr. Mergendahl Miss Riley Miss South Mr. Thurber Miss Hazel White Mr. F. E. Wilson Joy Wingett UNCHRCDCDM SQLIA Chairman, NANCY FLAGG Faculty Adviser, MR. LUCIUS JONES HE 1937-1938 Lunchroom Squad, comprised principally ol National Honor Society members, under the direction of Nancy Flagg, operated elliciently throughout the entire term. With the aid ofthe faculty, the various problems of order and cleanliness were considerably lessened. Provisions for control of trallic were adequately made by the new regulations compiled by the Board of Civic Allairs and approved by the 1937 1938 Legislature. Suggestions from the Legislature on various questions concerning Iunchroom regulations were readily received and carried out wherever possible. Mr. Lucius Jones and the assisting faculty mem- bers proved to be of invaluable aid to the squad in every way. Ninety-four Ninety-live R N G E I E HE Orange Shield was founded lonly two years ago by the Civics Board, and now, each year, twenty-Five members from each class are chosen. These members include the most outstanding boys and girls who are thought to be molders of public opinion. In addition, there is a council of six, two from each class, who are selected by the twenty-Five of that class. This committee consists of Theodore Duffy, Lorraine Sticlcney, Robert Liming, Doris Carter, Kittredge Fisher, and Edith Alexander. This is the Final advisory board. The object of the Orange Shield is to uphold the best traditions of Newton High SchooI's honesty and fair dealing. With Mr. Horace Kidger as its supervisor, this group is accomplishing a great deal. MEMBERS OF THE ORANGE SHIELD c Lass x CLASS xi CLASS Don Ashley Edith Alexander Cwloria Belotti Angelina Bibb: Malcolm Broderick Sally Delano Paul Colantonio Paul Eliclrer Kittredge Fisher John Fairfield Peter Forte Francis Glynn Paul Hines Carl Haering Walter Hurley Thomas Lawson Laura Lord Francis Olwigus Louise Peiper Charles Prescott Philip Reiman Philip Scanlon Richard Warren Jacqueline Wilc Ox Haven Babb Herbert Bernard Gerard Callanan John Carder Doris Carter Sterling Colvard Emmeline Conant Miriam Cronan Henry DeRusha Barbara Doten Margot Dwight Dawn Eaton Albert Evarts Mary Flynn John Hallo Lincoln Hoitt Charles Lawson Robert Liming Constance Linberg Donald MacKinnon Daniel Needham Joseph Paglia Phyllis Petrie William Prowten Ruth Putnam Jeremiah Allen Donald Bail Charles Brickett Virginia Brown Irene Butchart Elizabeth Cunningham James Dealy Theodore Dully Nancy Flagg Shirley Fuller Dorothy Gardner Juliette Harvey Eu5ene Leger XII Donald Manchester Doris Mergendahl Marjorie Millard John Martin Robert Myers Paul Newcomb Ann Reynolds Philip Richards Fred Sera Lorraine Sticlrney Barbara TaylOr Grace Ver Planclr xl' ATIONAL l-IONCDR SGCIET President, JAMES DEALY Secretary, JOHN FERNALD Vice-President, VIRGINIA BROWN Treasurer, ERNEST COLANTONIO Faculty Adviser, MISS EDITH M. RIDEOUT l-IE National Honor Society is a chapter of a nation-wide organization founded lor those pupils who best uphold the ideals and traditions of the school, Membership in the organization is based on character, service, leadership, and scholarship, pupils best portraying these qualities are picked from the upper twenty-Five percent of the Junior and Senior classes, five percent from the former and Fifteen percent from the latter. The members render service to the school by helping in the ohlices and ushering at Parents' Night. The annual induction ceremony of our chapter has been so excellent that it has been repeated several times in other schools. The four qualities were defined this year by the following: Character, Thomas O'Toole, Service, Ernest Colantonio, Leadership, Juliette Harvey, Scholarship,Virginia Brown. Ni n ely-.tix rrfty-sw r Director, MR. HAYDN MORGAN HE Glee Club, of one hundred voices, has had an unusually active year. Besides the usual Christmas participation at school, it similarly entertained employees atthe City Hall, and patients and stall members at the Newton City Hospital. It participated in the annual winter concert, the spring pageant, HA Midsummer Night's Dream," the Newton Forum, the Prize-Speaking Contest, Junior High School assemblies, Elementary School Parent Teachers' Association meetings, and at the Newton Federation of Womens Clubs conference. Moreover, the Glee Club was signally honored in being invited to take part in a nation-wide broadcast on February nineteenth, This program was sponsored by the National Educators' Con- ference, Drum Major, MARJORIE MILLARD Director, MR. CHARLES SPAULDING HE band is one of the most distinguished organizations in the school. Under the baton of Marjorie Millard, it added color and spirit to the football games by Forming some of the most intricate marching maneuvers ever seen on Dickinson Field. The band's numerous activities included a musical assembly on May 3rd, and a concert before the pageant, "A Midsummer Night's Dreamf' early in June. During the year it co-operated with the Glee Club and orchestra in giving two concerts, also taking part in the Sprung Festival. Under the direction of Mr. Charles Spaulding it has more than lived up to the standards set by former bands. Ninety-eight Ninely-nine Director, Miz. I-IAYDN M. MORGAN URING the 1938 season the high school orchestra, under the direction of Mr. l-laydn M. Morgan, has appeared in various school assemblies, the mid-vvinter concert, school plays, Newton Forum meetings, and toolc a vitally important part in the performance of "A Mid-Summer Nights Dream." Small ensembles from the orchestra also made several appearances for civic and school Functions. There are approximately Fifty members in the orchestra, and an effort has been made to develop proper practice habits, to encourage serious study, and promote interest in orchestral participation. Selections performed were mainly by classical composers. During 1938-1939 several instruments are to be added, which should insure better symphonic proportions. l' ERSE-SPEAKING CI-lOl l-IE Verse-Speaking Choir was started in 1936 under the direction of Miss Jessie A. Southard to encourage oral reading of poetry. Last September seventeen Juniors and Seniors were se- lected, bringing the total number to twenty-Five, Throughout the year the group met every week. The girls were divided into two groups: those whose voices were of a high pitch, and those whose voices were lower, When the voices are blended, the effect of a chord is given. At the Prize-Speaking Contest on April 'lst, the choir gave its First performance of the year. Later, Wellesley College invited the group to talce part in its annual Verse-Speaking Program. ln June the choir had a part in HA Midsummer Nights Dream." One Htiridr-fd One Hundred One NEWTONIT Editor-In-Chieh JAMES DEALY Faculty Adviteft, MR. LESTER WILLIAMS, MR. CARL BIRMINGHAM, Miss FLoRA SMITH HE sixteenth volume of The Newtonite introduced several new features for the enjoyment of its many subscribers. Under the able leadership of the editor-in-chief, Jim Dealy, a really different newspaper published twenty-two issues. Most noticeable among the many variations was the change to a betterrgrade of paper. Page one was handled by co-news editors instead of the customary one editor. A new feature, faculty flashes, served to introduce the new teachers. Changes on page two saw the abandonment of the gossip column in favor of the more novel "l'-leresay, l-learsayf' Page four features included "Wearing the 'N' " and "Little lmrie Says." A new staff of photographers enabled the publication of pictures of all events. The faculty advisers, Lester Williams, Flora Smith, and Carl Birmingham deftly carried out their duties as publication, literary, and business advisers respectively. Newtonite charms for distinguished service were awarded to Jim Dealy, Shirley Fuller, Michael Golden, Carolyn l-larrigan, Juliette Harvey, Marcia Jackson, Sylvia Pierce, Elizabeth Sarafian, Frank Scheehl, Charlotte Steitz, Grace Ver Planck, and Claire Wilson. l-lonorable mention was fgiven Louise Russo, Mary Smith, Anne Woods, and Barbara Woodworth. OMMITTEE OF HE publication of The Oriole, successor to The Newton Ouill 09323, was made possible by the efficient co-operation ofthe Committee of 88 as business managers. On this committee, which worked in conjunction with the Tusitala Club, each English class in school had one representative. Beginning in January, the members conducted a subscription campaign to discover whether the undertaking was feasible, for the next three months they gathered from their divisions the written work from which the material appearing in The Oriole was chosen, in April they collected the money promised in the subscription drive, and in May they distributed the printed copies. lil l i One Hundred Two F' li ' ill Une Hundred Three I2 Editor, HENRY KENDALL Business Manager, JOHN AREND Faculty Adviser, Miss CAROLINE M. DOONAN HE Orange Book, which is published each September by the Newton High School Legislature, is a handbook designed primarily for those who are new to the school. The book is compiled and sold by a staff of Juniors under the experienced supervision of Miss Caroline M. Doonan, assisted by Miss Katherine Curtis. The Orange Book First appeared in 1992. At that time it was a booklet of thirty pages, pub- lished by the Student Council. lts size is now much more impressive, for the 1937-1938 issue con- tains one hundred twenty-eight pages of information, useful not only to Sophomores, but to all mem- bers ofthe school. i 1 W ui ,iii iiiiirwiiii-I ii iii Editor-in-chief JULIETTE HARVEY Faculty Adviser, MR. STERLING L. WILLIAMS HE Newtonian has for twenty-eight years represented the efforts of a large group of seniors in showing the activities and achievements, not only of the graduating class, but of the sophomores and juniors as well. ,This year, to improve the circulation staff, representatives were chosen from every home room to take care of the sales. Under the direction of Manager Virginia Brown, these delegates met often and conducted a very successful campaign. The twelve editors, working in collaboration with their staffs, were guided by the kindly and helpful advice of Mr. Sterling Williams. New features in this year's publication include different arrangement of pages and an enlarged feature section. One Hundred four l"l'l'iii"'li'l'll 'll'"l'l'll""lii'iiililliiiiilill lilillilllli 'ilu INIEWTONIAN STAFF EDITOR IN CHIEF Juliette Harvey BUSINESS MANAGER John Arend ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER George Garrrson CIRCULATICN MANACER Vrrgrnla Brown STAFF Shurley lreldberg Earl Colvln brace gfar Planck Betty Seralran Molly Smlth Jean Roberts Jean Jordan Danwl Needham Curtrs rury DATA EDITOR Barbara Patey STAFF Slurley Fuller Barbara Woodworth ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR Christy Rulo STAFF Anne Vrrrght Marporle Mndgely FEATURES EDITOR Robert Shaw STAFF Bunnzy Tower Jane Uy Bull Robinson Charlotte Stentz Robert Myers Roy Sprlman SPORTS EDITOR Jim Dealy STAFF Anderson Fox Harry Barrow Frances Harnrlton HlgTORlES EDITOR Hugh Van Poosen STAFF Dons Mergvndahl Carolyn I-larrugan Barbara Yef ART EDITOR Joan Aoeler STAFF Chrrsty Rulo Joan Cunnrngham Marcra I-lunn F1 ld PROOF EDITOR Qlarre Wilson STAFF brace Horner Emery St beorge Muriel Wallis COPY EDITOR Sylvra Pierce STAFF Ann Woods lren Butchar One Hundred five . . I I 1 N , , ' 1 i 1 , , 1 r 1' " , 1 F I 1 ' , t , ,y-, I , 1 I I is , QB ,1' 1 i 5 r Y r 1 '- r r - V 1 I 5 1 1 1 1 : . , 1 1 1 : , , e e . 1 S 1 1 , . , 1 - 1 7 1 : 'Z , E I llllllwlilllllwlmlllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll President, RICHARD VAN GuNDv Secretary, JOAN Cox Vice-President, BETTY FALES Treasurer, PAUL BuLluNG Faculty Adviser, Miss LOUISE WETHERBEE HE Drama Club is one ofthe most popular and valuable organizations in the school. The principal production of the year 1937-1938 was "A Midsummer Night's Dream," a beautiful pageant combining the work of many departments ofthe school. "Why the Chimes Rang," "The Valiant," and the third act of "Journeys End" were presented at various assemblies. Mrs. l-lortense Railsbaclc and Curtis Beach with his marionettes ente'tained the club at two meetings. The Drama Club Workshop functioned busily throughout the year. Barbara Woodworth served as chairman, and Marguerite Messer as secretary-treasurer. lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llll l l i lll lllllllllllfllllllllllllllllllllll lllll lllll' ll' ' ilil , l llllilllllllllllll Une Hundred Six One Hundred Sf: President, RICHARD WARREN Secretary, ROBERT GALLANT Vice-President, PATRICIA ROGERS Treasurer, ROBERT LEWIS Adviser, Miss Jsssie SOUTHARD HE Neophytes began in 1998 through the efforts of Mrs. Bemis. lt is devoted to the promotion of dramatics among the sophomores, and a short play is presented at each meeting. The following selections were featured this year: "The Florist Shop," "A Minuet," "The Man in the Bowler l-lat," and "The Unseen." ln March the club presented its annual production, "The First Dress Suit," at a Sophomore assembly. This year Four volumes of plays were presented to the school library by the members of the club. President, FRANK HANAuEi2 Secretary, RUTH BATRD Vice-President, EDITH WAHLMAN Treasurer, FRANK Mooizi Adviser, Maas. KATE CORNELL l-lE Puppeteers was established in 1935, to provide a means whereby those interested in puppetry could exchange ideas, and learn to operate puppets. Every year the members of the club produce a play, making the scenery and the puppets them- selves, The Firstyear "Aladdin" was given. Lastyear the club presented "The Legend of Fin M'CouI" at a sophomore assembly. This seasons offering, was a revival of the old tale of "l-lansel and Gretelf' Each meeting was spent in discussing the plans for the play, and in making the scenery and Costumes. Our- lluiidrcd fight One Hundred Nine HE stage committee forms an essential part of every play production on the Newton High School stage. Each year Mr. Charles Peterson, the faculty adviser, selects the members on the basis of their merit. The faculty play, "Abraham Lincoln," presented a problem. Six changes of scenery were re- quired. The Senior play, "Leave lt to Psmith," had Five set changes, including a street scene and a subway. The staging and lighting ofthe Drama Club's presentation, "A Midsummer Night's Dream," were adroitly handled by the crew. ...N . .. ,. -. W... V... - l ' 3 ,jr . :,.:if ,C .sql - R - nmyitgff- , fy, ff . A A ,a ,1 . V LT PL "ABRAHAM LINCOLN" N November 19, the faculty opened the school's theatrical season with John Drinlcwatefs memorable "Abraham Lincoln," in which Raymond A. Green toolc the title role. The action toolc place during the time from just previous to Lincoln's nomination to the night of his death. The role of Mrs. Lincoln was taken by Helen E. Nute of "Christopher Bean" fame. The two chroniclers were impressively portrayed by Samuel Thurber and Julius Warren. The members of Lincoln's cabinet were depicted by Paul E. Eliclcer, Walter M. Taylor, Lester Williams, Charles Mergendahl, Arthur Johnson, and Carl Birmingham. The characterizations of E. Louise Richardson and Caroline Doonan clearly contrasted the two lines of thought of that period. Daniel Koughan, as a freed slave, gave a remarkably convincing performance. 1 The others who assisted in this outstanding classic were: Carl Swan, Edith Newcombe, Frederick Hussey, Charles Harrington, Daniel Willard, and Thomas Walters. Credit and congratulations are due to Blanche F. Bemis, the coach of one more successful faculty production. One Hundred Ten "LEAVE Il TO PSMlTl-ln N January the Senior class presented the Wodehouseal-lay comedy, "Leave lt to Psmithf' Ellis Dierdorll portrayed the title role with alertness and gusto. Ann Reynolds lent charm and intelli- gence to the role of Eye Halliday. Others who ellectiyely formed a part of the background were Joan Cox, Peter Geisler, Virginia Wilson, Richard Keele, Natalie Norton, Oliver Wyman, Leonard Accettullo, Sally Cushing, Parker Pitts, Mona l-loitt, Charles Briclcett, Julian Allen, James Scharlenburg, Irene Butchart, Barbara Davis, Augustin Root, and Donald Fulton. Much of the success of the production was due to the worlc of Miss l-laworth as coach, Miss Murray as costumer, Miss White as property director, and Mr. Charles Peterson, stage director. Senior Play Committee: Ernest Colantonio, Chairman, George Black, lrene Butchart, Shirley Fuller, Michael Golden, Juliette l-larvey, Lee Pattison, Lorraine Sticlcney, and Grace Ver Planck. MID-SUMMER NIGI-ITTS DREA NSTFAD ol the usual major performance, the Drama Club this year sponsored an all-school pageant, "A Midsummer Night's Dream," presented in the Stadium, June third. The play itself was acted by the members ofthe club against a background of a rostrum surrounded by trees beautifully lighted. The fairy dancing indicating close of scenes and acts, and incidental dancing in the play were the Work ol the Girls' Physical Education Department. The costuming ol the whole production was designed and carried out by the l-lousehold Arts, Art, and lndustrial Arts Departments. The pageant served as an opportunity for all the musical organizations, including the band, orches- tra, chorus, and Glee Club. ln addition, the Verse-Speaking Choir assisted in parts ofthe play. CAST OF CHARACTERS Theseus . . Richard Van Gundy Hippolyta Marjorie Wood Egeus . l-lenry Kendall Hermia . Doris Mergendahl Lysander l-lugh Van Roosen l-lelena . Constance Elrod Demetrius . . Donald Fulton Oberon . . William Stark Philostrate . James Dealy Puck . . , Nancy Blake Quince . . . John Nobel Titania . Juliette l-laryey Snug . Robert McGrath Peaseblossom , . Betty Fales Bottom . Julian Allen Cobweb . Sydney Ganteaume Flute . , Felix Rogers Mustardseed Janet Allanbrook Snout . Qliyer Wyman Moth . , Joan Cox Starveling Thomas CD'Toole First Fairy Virginia Wilson Flyes . Elaine Coyne, Aura Kern, Aldith Sutton, Mary G'Donnell, Jane Friedman, Venus Shamlian Amazons and Greek Ladies Donna Celucci, Mary Anne Sullivan, Annette Couchman, Virginia 3 own, June Krueger Greek Ollicers . , . Michael Golden, Paul Buliung, Sumner Hollman, Joseph Schlesingei one lfuridreri Twelve RIZE SPEAKING CCDNTES NDER the ausprces of the English Club the Annual Prrze Speaking Contest was conducted for Junnors and Senrors The Flnal erght contestants were selected after two prelnmunary elrmlnatnons Thrs year the Junuor class was ably represented by three gurls and two boys Constance Elrodf Mavlse Hayden Barbara Tower Leon Kruger, and Wllllam Stark The Sensor contestants were Julnette Harvey, Joseph Palmnerr and Ellns Drerdorfl The wxnners and therr selectuons were Julnette Harvey, with On Skating by Cornelna Otns Skinner, and William Stark, with The Unknown Soldrer, by Bruce Barton For the Flrst time, books were awarded as prezes these benng recenved not only by the wnnners but also by the sux other contestants The judges ofthe Final decrsaon were Dean Josephnne E Holmes Mr Charles T Wnngate, and Mr ErnestT Kuebler One Hundred Thtrleen 511727 V 4:2 'rf' 1 and were then coached by Miss Helen B. Lee and Mr. T. Jerome Cutting forthe ultimate performance. SITAL L President, MAVISE HAYDEN Secretary-Treasurer, LEE PATTISON Vice-President, WELLS BROWN Faculty Adviser, Miss HELEN E. NurE HE Tusitala Club was started in 1935 to encourage creative writing. Last October nine Juniors and Seniors were selected on the merit of their manuscripts. Later Five Sophomores were admitted. During the meetings manuscripts written by the members were read and discussed. Occasionally the club as a whole attempted to write in a definite form, such as the triolet or sonnet. The big achievement ofthe year was a publication entitled The Oriole, sponsored and arranged by club members. This comprised outstanding contributions written in the English classes during the year. The Oriole proved to be very successful and well represented the literary achievements of our school. One Hundred fourteen One Hundred Fifteen President, SALLY Cusriirsic- Secretary, JEAN ROBERTS Vice-President, GRACE VER PLANcic Treasurer, VIRGINVR BROWN Adviser, Miss GLADYS M. BIGELOW HE Library Club, composed of Fifteen Seniors and ten Juniors who are elected to membership each fall, has for Fifteen years served the school in aiding Miss Bigelow, the librarian, with the general work ofthe library. This worlc consists of such tasks as filing newspapers, recording overdue books, and arranging and cataloguing material. So successful was the previous year's debate with the Boys' Debating Club, that the popular event was duplicated this year on the amusing subject, Resolved: "That Man's Place ls in the Horne." This season, a year's subscription to the popular magazine Stage was presented to the Library by the club. President, HOWARD SPIRO Treasurer, RICHARD WARREN Secretary, ALAN MICHAELS Adviser, Miss FRANCES THUMIN LPHA BETA, founded in 'l9Q'l by Mr. Thurber, head of the English Department, has had the most flourishing year in its history. With a membership of over one hundred, it has conducted interesting meetings including an inspiring talk by the ever popular Mr. Cronan, motion pictures by Mr. Green, and a presentation of "The Headless Horseman," one of Will Rogers' earliest appearances. As usual Alpha Beta sponsored the Sophomore Prize-Reading of original manuscripts, It was decided that this year no First prize would be awarded and that each of the eight Final participants would receive a book. One Hundred Sixteen iii!i'i"':"'fi' ii 'ii l 'lilllllllll I i I . TWP! :III ,i!ijI H1411 Ii., i1ff,?1hflI,'Z' l 4 i5Ili.,.i':Lh12i ..will",.i l President, JULIETTE HARVEY Secretary, BARBARA WOODWORTH Vice-President, GRACE VER PLANCK Treasurer, MICHAEL GOLDEN Faculty Adviser, MISS E. LOUISE RICHARDSON HE English Club aims to provide programs of literary interest and to serve the school in as many ways as possible. This year the program committee presented various worthwhile speakers including Mrs. Ruth Wolfe Fuller and Mrs. Malcolm Green, book reviewers, Miss Charlotte Paul, Miss Inez Hall and Leonard Dowdy from Perkins Institute, and Mrs. George Van Gorder, authority on Chinese literature. The club again has sponsored the Prize-Speaking, the Essay, and the Verse Contests, present- ing books to all winners. At a Senior assembly, Dr. Fred Winslow Adams gave an inspiring address on Shakespeare. The club is again donating a sum of money to the school library. ,I ,,,. , .. ,, -I.. i ,I ,. One Hundred Seventeen President, JOHN MHZ Secretary, CLAIRE WILSON Vice-President, JOAN Cox Treasurer, RICHARD KEEFE Adviser, Miz. Fiefwcssco Aizcsmro N order to promote a keener and more enjoyable knowledge of the study and use of Spanish, Senora Marion l'-laslem founded this club in April, 1925. This, their thirteenth year, has wit- nessed a marked increase in the membership. The meetings are conducted partly in Spanish and partly in English. Variety has been supplied in the form of skits, debates, spelling bees, and themes presented in English and Spanish by the students. One Hundred Eighteen President, Gmuys Routes Secretary, Mfxizy LOUISE SHADMAN Vice-President, Miszifwi Bszitsiiimfam Adviser, Miz KENNETH G, PACKARD N 1933, the German Club was organized under the guidance of Mr. l-lartwell. Since then it has continued to follow out the aims of its charter members: to promote interest in Germany, its language, people, and customs. Professor Haskell of Boston University and Mr. Stimson, who has studied in Germany, spoke at two of the meetings. A Christmas party based on German customs andthe annual dinner at a German restaurant were special features of the successful 1937 1938 season. 'Nu it ii CERCLE FRANQAI President, CONSTANCL ELROD Secretary, JOAN APELH2 Vice-President, ANNh WOODS Treasurer, ELEANOR SHLA Adviser, Miss Rostiem Miuue l-IEN Le Cercle Francais was established in December, 1908, under the supervision of Mary Stone Bruce, it was anticipated that its members would gain a wider understanding of spoken French, the customs, and the people of France. The year 1937 1938 has carried on this aim by its varied and entertaining programs. Tallcs about modern France have been given by two of our own French teachers, and an interesting diversion was the performance of an amusing French play, "La Faim est un Grand lnventeurf' One Hundred Twenty e Hundred liven! LPI-lA GAMMA TA President, CHARLES NicaHriNoAtt Secretary, Mfxizioizit EVARTS Vice-President, BINNEY TOWER Treasurer, ROBERT SHAW Adviser, Miz. Ci-mztts MLRGENDAHL LPI-lA GAMMA TAU, the Mathematics Club, was started in 1902. lt has two aims: First, to teach appreciation of the usefulness of the present branches of mathematics, second, to enter- tain the members with a variety of mathematical puzzles and contests. To satisfy the artistic minded, a Tanagram Contest was held, for new skill in the science of math, the solving of indeterminate equations was taught, and Finally, Alpha Gamma Tau's Scholastic Mathe- matics Contest was sponsored. The club presented to the school "Mathematics for the Million" by l-logben. CDCIAI. STUDIES CLUI President, ANNE WRIGHT Secretary, Doizis NIERGENDAHL Vice-President, LORRAINE CLBMLNTS Treasurer, HENRY DE RUSI-IA Adviser, MR. I-IORACE KIDGER I-IE Social Studies Club was founded in 1996, with the aim of presenting interesting information to its members in the form of talks, movies, and discussions. During the year some of the programs enjoyed were coronation Films and a reel on past events. Illustrated travel talks were given by Betty Sheridan, her subject being her trip to Ireland, by Mr. Elicker, who talked on his visit to many of the high schools in the country, and by John Callihan, who explained the movies he had taken during his travels to Bermuda and the West Indies. The high light of the year, however, was a Christmas party in which prize contests were held and refresh- ments served. Orie Hundred Twenty-two 3III'IIIII"'I"'IIV" ' I I III II IIIII CYS' DEBATING CLU' President, SYDNEY GUBERMAN Treasurer, MICHAEL GOLDEN Vice-President, SUMNER HOFFMAN Secretary, THOMAS O'TOOLE Adviser Mia FREDERICK HOLMES URING the past seven years, while debating everywhere has been adopting a team character, Mr Holmes has guided the Boys Debating Club along a policy of active participation for every one who is interested This past season has indeed been successful. The schedule included two dual interscholastic debates: one against Watertown on the "unicameral" legislative proposition, the other at Boston College High School on the question of a larger United States Navy. ln looking back over the past season, nothing gives us more satisfaction than the debate against the Library Club. Their last year's decision in favor of the Library Club, that "Women Are Human Beings," was avenged by proving that "Man's Place ls in the Home," a victory for the Debating Club. One Hundred Twenty-three t. tt...--ii t: ll .ii -, mi i....iii President, VIRGINIA Lmvm ireasurer, Pfwutrx Siowrtt Secretary, THLLMA Plrsicaizet Adviser, Mies. Enirii B. Ntwc OMB HE Knitting Club was organized in 1936 by a group of Junior and Senior girls. lts purpose is both educational and social, inasmuch as it brings together those devotees ofthe art of knitting. The club enables its members to see what other girls are accomplishing, to get new ideas, and to compare notes in general. Beginners, too, are encouraged to join the ranks and be initiated into t'1e intricacies of knitting, purling, picking up lost stitches, clever patterns, and various types of stitches. Knitting books and samples of yarns are always procurable, and Mrs. Newcomb is ready to help and advise at all times. 'llill"'lifi5ii 'llll'llllllllll liiilllll1lillV'"'llllllllliilllllllllI One Hundred lwentv-four llllllllllllllllillll ,mm ,, l ,ni i l il' ii i-il'+'l'i' ' ' il" 'iliii i red Twwitv-five ICROPI-IONE CLLJI President, JOHN Wi2ic3HT Secretary, Pi-ivttis PETRIF Vice-President, MIRIAM CRONAN Treasurer, ROBERT OLESON Adviser, MISS HELEN B. LEE l-lE Microphone Club came into existence two years ago. Its chief interests are in writing script, in learning more about the line points of broadcasting, and in actual radio work. A tryout is necessary before one is admitted to the club. The main requirements are a good voice and distinct pronunciation. ln addition to listening to several distinguished speakers, the club members themselves made radio broadcasts. Several members also spoke over station WAAB on the subject "The High School Views the Junior High." Besides this, the club submitted to the National Broadcasting Company Scholastic Script Contest a Fifteen-minute program entitled "The Faults of Parents from the Students Point of View." President, PAUL CROCKER Treasurer, OLIVER WYMAN Secretary, GRACE HORNER Adviser, MR. STERLING WILLIAMS HIS, the eleventh year ol the Camera Club, was the most outstanding of its history. Through the excellent guidance of Mr. Sterling Williams and the great co-operation shown by the members, several new projects were carried out. Also, because of the large membership, it was possible to hold a contest every month with cash prizes. The high points of the club year were the sponsoring ofthe annual school contest, and also of a state-wide high school contest. The club had as speakers such outstanding men as Mr, Weierick, Mr. Franklin Jorden, and Mr. George Shelton. One Hundred Twenty-:rx One Hundred Twenty-seven President, JAMES CORCORAN Hostess, SHIRLEY HUBER Vice-President, JOSEPH BRADFORD Adviser, MR. DANIEL WILLARD l-lE year 1937 -1938 was one ofthe most enjoyable and successful in the club's existence. Prominent guests of the year were: Prinzipal Paul E. Eliclcer, Charles Chase, private Flyer, Charles Parker, base operator, Charles Cowan, commercial pilot, Albert Lewis, President of the Academy of Aeronautics, Torrey Capo of Quincy CArgentinaD, holder ol the world's model plane record and the inventor of microfilm. Trips were made to the Boston and Norwood Airports, where the members made their Flights, and to the Navy Air Base at Squantum. Excellent motion pictures were shown depicting model plane meets in the East, and giving an idea of gas model activity on the West Coast. CIEIXICE ACTIVITIES CLU' President, WILLIAM SULLIVAN Secretary, CLARENCE DANGELO Vice-President, RICHARD WRIGHT Treasurer, JOHN CANTY Faculty Adviser, Miz. FLOYD SOMERVILLE I-IE Science Activities Club, organized in 1936, has again had an eventful year. The nature of the organization is such that individual and small group work is, in the main, the greatest planned activity. In the course ol this work many things of a very intricate type have been constructed, such as telescopes, radios, and scientific scales, to cite but a few. Another activity of consuming interest to most of the members is photography. The outstanding Field trip made by the club was to the Massachusetts Television Institute, where members witnessed a demonstration of the most recent advances in the widely discussed science of television. One Hundred Twenty-eight President, ALFRED LANDAL1 Vice-President, Rum SOMERVILLE Secretary-Treasurer, LUCILLE PUTNAM Faculty Adviser, MISS ANNA H. KENNEDY HE Nature Club began three years ago. Throughout the last year the members enjoyed many different programs dealing with such subjects as microscopic animals, trees, birds, and reports on current nature books. Alter each business meeting the club was entertained by its members. Edward Mahoney gave an instructive talk on "Customs in Madeira and Northern Africa." Mary Lou Melcher showed some Audubon bird slides and pictures. Two outstanding events were a trip to the Boston Museum of Natural History, and an annual visit to the Harvard Observatory early in May. One Hundred Twenty-11-ne CME ECGNOMICS CLUI President, BETTY Si-IERIDAN Secretary, ROSA CHIACCHIA Vice-President, THERESA CURTIN Treasurer, GRACE PLAMONDON Advisers, Miss ALICE A. ALDEN and Miss GLADYS F. DAVIS N 1994 the Home Economics Club came into existence, and since then it has been an important factor in the activities of the high school. The organization is composed of members ofthe l-lome Economics curriculum. The year's program opened with a get-acquainted party. Later several Fine speakers were heard. Some ofthe meetings were devoted to the study of charm and manners. A picnic brought the season's activities to a close. Among other services which the club rendered to the school was the presentation to the library of A'The Citadel," by A. J. Cronin. In addition, an essay contest on charm was conducted. One Hundred Thirty ilu. , OMMEIQCIAI. CLU' President, RITA MATTHEWS Secretary, MARY MCMAHON Vice-President, LUCILLE TOCCI Treasurer, VALIA CICCONE Clerk, ANGELINA GORGGNE Faculty Adviser, MISS MARION B. McGuiRE l-llS club ol aspiring business girls is open to all Seniors and Juniors ofthe CFlice Training Curri- culum. lt has for its aim the desire to stimulate an intelligent interest in business and social life, and to promote among its members a friendly attitude toward each other and their worlc, thus foster- ing the development of personality, so vitally necessary for successful business careers. Every year the club sponsors a typewriting contest and awards cash prizes to the winner. One field trip was taken this year to the l-l. P. Hood plant in Charlestown. The club had many interesting speakers, among which were Phil Saltman, Miss Marion St. Clair, and Miss Mary Weeks, One Hundred Thirty-one 'T' . President, FREDERICK GUTERMAN Secretary, CHARLES MALLETT Vice-President, JOHN D. LANE Treasurer, LLOYD CHAISSON Adviser, MR. DANIEL WILLARD FTER three years of hard riding, the Cavalry Club has become one ofthe most active clubs in the school. Because of the large number interested, the club has been able to arrange For a great deal of riding at a small expense. The members rode almost every Saturday morning throughout the fall and spring, and many of them availed themselves of the facilities at other times. During the winter, arrange- ments were made to ride indoors. One Hundred Thirty-two IRLS' CDUTING CLLJ' President, LORRAINE STICKNEY Secretary, CHARLOTTE STEITZ Vice4Presi'dent, BARBARA PATH Treasurer, BARBARA KLEIN Adviser, Miss ADELE Loystrsi OW completing its fifth year, the Girls' Outing Club, under Miss Loysen's supervision, con- tinues to fulfill its purpose f that of promoting good sportsmanship and leadership through out- door activity and healthful recreation. Members are selected by means of a questionnaire concerning their interests and accomplishments in athletics. The first meeting was in the form of a get-acquainted tea. Other programs included a tallc on skiing by Mr. Wolf Larsson, movies of sports, and an informal meeting at the home of a member, during which Mr. Robert Morrill told of his experiences in Arizona. Some of the outings enjoyed by the members were roller-skating, bowling, a skating party in the Arena, and a swimming party. Une Hundred H1-fry-three l 1 tl, i imuiiiz , ii ii iii ,ini ,nm ,i....i,i,ii, ,Mill President, MARK MESSIH2 Secretary, JOHN WHELDON Vice-President, EUGENE LEGLR Faculty Adviser, MR, DONALD ENOCH LL boys who have vvon the Varsity "N" are eligible for membership in the Varsity Club, the purpose of which is to foster good sportsmanship throughout the school. The club was founded in 1936, and has developed gradually since that time. Conflicts with major sports practice sessions have caused postponement of several meetings, but those that were held were worth while due to the prominence of the speakers in the sports world. One Hundred Thirty-four 'ill'liillll'lIl'llllllllll'llllllilll'14ll"llll"ll'l'i'l"'lll"ll' viii irri iiiii iii f- Y 7 "'l H MH Hum Coach, RALPH M. SANBORN Acting Captain, TLD Duiiv Co-Managers, CARLTON Momst, CHAieLLs NIQHTWGALE OPPING off their schedule with a decisive victory against Brookline in the annual Thanksgiving Day battle, the Newton High football team completed one of its most successful seasons in recent years. Although three defeats, received from Arlington, Everett, and Brockton, marred the record, the first two of these opponents were completely outplayed, but were smiled upon by Lady Luck. Since Brockton was reputed to be the outstanding eleven in the state, Newton is not disgraced athletically in losing to a stronger 'and smoother-working outfit. Especially satisfying was a long- sought victory over Waltham. Bill Johnston, whose tragic death was mourned by the entire school, was the honorary captain, while Ted Duffy carried on actively as leader. The co-captains for the coming year are Bob Liming and John Fitzgerald. About eighteen lettermen receive diplomas in June so that temporarily next year's team is an unknown quantity. l-lowever, it is a certainty that by September, head coach Ralph Sanborn, with Mr. Consodine and Mr. Johnson as assistants, will mold a potential squad. One Hundred Thirty-six ip llundrl d lhirry-gr-vcr Captain, EUGENE LEGER Coach, FRANK StMMONs Manager, JOSEPH LARSSON Y Finishing the 1937-1938 season with an oFFicial record of seven games won and only three lost, the Varsity basketball squad was able to capture second place in the Suburban League. With a nucleus of nine veterans From the previous year, Coaches Simmons and Wilson gave Newton another of its Fighting teams that functioned smoothly under the steady leadership of Captain Leger. After trouncing Watertown in the season's opener, the hoopsters toolc Cambridge Latin, Rindge, Arlington, Waltham, and Brookline to Finish the First half oF their schedule with a clean slate. The second half was marred only by losses to Rindge and Arlington. The season's Finale saw Belmont, champions oF the Middlesex League, elce out a victory over Newton by one point in the closing minutes oF play. D CDR RAC Head Coach, DONALD G. ENOCH Co-Captains, JEREMMH ALLEN, FRANCIS HINES Co-Managers, JOHN CODY, WILLIAM KOSINA NDER the excellent supervision of Head Coach Don Enoch, with Charles Consodine and Lamoine Boyle as assistants, the Newton l-ligh lndoor Track Team rounded out another suc- cessful campaign. Newton has enjoyed outstanding seasons recently, and this year was no exception. Arrayed with such luminaries as MacKinnon, Hines, Pescosolido, Babcock, and Callihan, to name only a few of the point-getters, the team emerged victorious in all but one dual meet with Lowell, including among their triumphs the big Northeastern, Andover, and State competitions. Of the victories, the dual battle with Brockton was the only one not captured by a handsome margin. Co-captained by Jerry Allen and Bud l-lines, the outfit was very powerful in all departments except the weight events. Although there were a goodly number of Seniors on the squad, many Juniors and Sophomores remain to form a backbone for next year's team, which will be led by Co-captains elect Don MacKinnon and Billy Pescosolido. Therefore, Newton can look forward to another auspicious season, to perpetuate the worthy tradition set by many preceding teams. One Hundred Thirty-eight Coach, Mia, C. EVAN Jcaiirsisorsi Captain, Bm Mfxsorsi Manager, Jfxrvits COCHRANE LTHOUGH the Newton High School hockey team finished in the cellar of the Greater Boston League, neither the coach nor the squad is responsible for the unsuccessful season. Very few veterans remained from the previous campaign, and, as a consequence, the material vvas green and inexperienced. Therefore, in all justice to Coach Evan Johnson, it must be stated that under his able tutelage the team played as good a brand of hockey as it possibly could, and the results should not be criticized. The pucksters, led by Captain Ben Mason, have learned by their mistakes, and, unless unfortunate circumstances occur, will be a proficient and well-groomed outfit next winter, Only three or four lettermen graduate this June, leaving a goodly number of veterans to form a nucleus for next year's sextet, whose achievements should be far greater. This season may readily be regarded as a stepping stone to bigger and better things in the future. tjrrr- Hundred ff' fly-n ri: llllllllllllllllllll Coach. Lucius P. JONES Captain, JOHN MARTIN Manager, THOMAS OTOOLE lTl-'l but three letter-winners returning from the championship campaign of last year, Coach Jeff Jones was forced to Field a truly rookie team against Arlington in the season's opener. The natural nervousness on the part of the newcomers was manifested by a series of runs, hits, and errors in the visitor's first inning. After getting by the bad first stanza, however, the Orange and Black settled down behind the steady pitching of Mario Pignatelli, and with some heavy hitting by the Johns-Martin, Fitzgerald, and Pescosolido, brought its total of runs to eight. But it was too late, and Arlington triumphed 'IQ-8. Newton then came back strong against Waltham and defeated them 9-7 behind the effective twirling of John Pozzi. After dropping contests to Brookline, Arlington, Rindge, and Cambridge Latin, the last a great pitching duel that Pignatelli lost 9-1, Newton again surged forward to smother Waltham 'IQ-Q. After stopping the Watch City boys Pozzi went ahead to hold the league leaders, Cambridge Latin, to seven scattered hits, while his team-mates pounded two Cantab hurlers for seven runs. The final score was 7-4. In view of the fact that his material was so inexperienced, Coach Jones deserves credit for molding Newton's fighting nine. lWWWWW l'll' llllll lww lll'll ll'lll l'WW 'll' 'lill llll'll i 'tbl 'lll llll A if lillll l'lll llll it WVlfW LWW A l l www li.. awmun i-mnili .tmnii ..nnnii..'Mmmiii liii ill, l.'l... immm, .lMiQ4 ll One Hundred Forty UTDOCR TRAC Co-Captains, BASIL BABCOCK, JOHN CALLIHAN, MARK MESSIER Co-Managers, FizANcis MEEHAN, ROBERT LA Cizoix Coach, DONALD ENOCH GAIN this year, a brilliant, star-studded group represented the 1938 outdoor track forces of Newton High. The team just couldn't be kept clown with such record-breakers as Hines, MacKinnon, and Pescosolido, and the consistent point-winners, Callihan, Hall, Babcock, Cheney, Allen, and MacNeil. The Terriers coasted through some stiff competition in the Worcester Polytech lnterscholastics, the Newton, Brockton, Lowell, Boston English quadrangular meet, and the Brookline dual contest, with every member of the squad garnering precious points. The high light of the season came when Newton retained its Class B crown at the Harvard lnterscholastic games. ln this meet the record breaking trio performed as never before. Bud Hines accomplished the unbelievable by twice run- ning the 'lOO'yard dash in ten seconds. Not to be outdone, Don MacKinnon ran his specialty, the low hurdles, in 13.9 seconds to shatter all existing meet records. State Champion Billy Pescosolido then proved his ability by soaring to the dizzy height of six feet, two inches in the running high jump. ln view of their power and fine coaching by the Messrs. Enoch, Boyle, and Consodine, the boys should ride the crest of the victory waves for the remainder of the season. One Hundred forty-one i i, ii it l i J ml- ii imii ml, iilii nw' ' i will 'Milli ii ii ii Coach, WALTER M. TAYLOR Captain, DONALD MANCHESTER Manager, BINNEY TOWER E HE net team of Newton High continued the winning ways of last year's unbeaten squad and took seven straight matches from Milton Academy, Huntington, Melrose, Brockton, Haverhill, Worcester Academy, and Worcester North respectively, each victory being emphasized by a de- cisive score. The match with Worcester North brought together Bill Power, seventeenth ranking Junior player in America, and Captain Don Manchester of Newton in what was probably the best battle of the season. Led by Manchester, Al Everts, Ernie Johnson,and Les Lowry, the team easily captured the eleventh annual State lnterscholastics in which both Manchester and Everts were seeded. Not only did Newton win these matches, but it made them a family ailair by placing three, Manchester, Everts, and Johnson, in the semi-Finals. Of the trio, Manchester gained the Finals, but was defeated in a close match bythe brillant Power. Les Lowry, Stu Pattison, Tom Peebles, Philip Scanlon, and Earle Vaughan completed the varsity squad. The second team, comprised of Bill Daly, Leon Kruger, Merle Guliclc, Ted Saunier, Bill Betz, Bob Davis, and Clark Fisher, also triumphed in several matches. lllllllillll ll ll ll i T ll lil li ll li iillgiit Lwilil4Tillllllllulli:l All llzlflllllij lLllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllillllilil?liflii?ll?llSllilllllilillSillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllfllllfllllll 'l lllllllllllllll One Hundred Forty-two l'lll"'ll' l"lllll' l"'l"" 'll' l"'l""" ' " "" li l illlllllllll One Hund ed forty lhree Coach, Triorvifxs G. Wfxtrtizs Captain, Enwfsiaiu Sioisir NTEPEST in golf in Newton l-ligh School is steadily increasing as was evidenced by the large squad reporting For the practice rounds at Albemarle this spring. The presence of four veterans in the group justified anticipation of a most successful season. The loss of two ol these men and the con- tinued success of the team's strongest opponents, Arlington and Lexington, somewhat dimmed these high hopes. However, as the Newtonian goes to press, the record shows four wins, one tie, and two losses, and with three more matches to play, the team hopes to better the record ol last year's sextet. Even with the loss of Ballcus, Lochiatto, Stone, and Burke this year, Mr. Walters feels that there are bright prospects of building a winning team around Presbrey, Coletti, Marcele, Tempesta, and l-lughes in 1939. As the interest in golf grows greater, more and more schools are sponsoring teams. Considera- tion is now being given to the inclusion of Cambridge l-ligh and Latin, and Rindge Tech to the Greater Boston League which at present is made up of Lexington, Arlington, Watertown, Waltham, Brookline, and Newton. Captain, HUGH VAN ROOSEN Coach, DANIEL WILLARD l-IE elusiveness of this year's snow put a sudden end to the booming start of our Newton High ski team. Practice was held quite regularly at nearby country clubs, and the First meet of an im- pressive schedule was held at Mt. l-lood, Melrose. ln this, Newton ranked fourth among a score of secondary schools. The dearth of snow necessitated postponements of plans for meets with schools throughout the state. Organization of a smaller, more wieldy team was developed by those in charge. This nucleus should be able to start the team's next season with the enthusiasm necessary to make the school ski- conscious. Newton has been among the First to develop the awakening interest manifested by an increasing number of schools hereabouts, and with the spirit of skiing reaching new heights every year, this sport promises to rank high in the list of school activities. ll and when snow comes next year, a still larger number oi candidates shouting "Ski Heil!" should have the thrill of this great sport. ill it i l l X X 4 , I One Hundred Forty-four One Hundred forty-liva RLS' FIELD l-ICDCKE Coach, ADELE LOYSEN POM the large number of girls that reported to Miss Loysen lor Field hockey practice this Fall, twenty-four were selected to represent the Varsity squad. This group was then divided into two teams, led by Lorraine Stickney and Betty Cunningham, co-captains, and Doris Carter. 'The remaining girls made up the class teams. The Junior team won the annual hoclcey tournament held later in the season. Nevvton's First team won games with Brookline, Watertown, and the alumnae, but was defeated by Waltham, The second team Finished up with a record of one win, one tie, and one defeat, As has been the custom for the past few years, the Boston Field l-loclcey Association supervised anot.her playday on the Newton l-ligh Field. At the Girls' Assembly, varsity "Ns" were awarded to lnez Cardinelli, Sally Cushing, Ruth Eddy, Betty Fletcher, Jean Hurley, Ruth Jones, Geraldine Kirby, Theresa Mingace, Eleanor Pullman, Mary Peidy, and Manager Barbara Strange. Chevrons for second year membership on the Varsity were presented to Betty Cunningham, Barbara Patey, and Lorraine Sticlcney. Thirteen girls on the second team were given small 'lN's". IRLS' BASKETBAL Coach, ADELE LOYSEN FTER a month's intense practice on fundamentals with Miss Loysen, every girl who went out for basketball was placed on a class team. Lorraine Sticlcney, Erminia Mancini, and Lillian Nardone were chosen captains of the Senior, Junior, and Sophomore squads respectively. Each team played four games. The Seniors and Juniors were victorious in all of their contests, while the Sophomores were unable to win any. This marks the third consecutive year that the Senior team has gone un- beaten. The teams of all three classes participated in a basketball playday with seven other private and public schools. The inter-class winners who received their '1938 numerals are: Janet Allanbroolc, Ruth Baird, Captain Ruth Eddy, Virginia Rowland, Nancy Ryan, Irene Sampson, and Arlene Webster. An honorary varsity squad, selected at the close of the season, played and defeated both the alumnae and the faculty. Large "N" awards were given to the following: Katherine Anderson, lnez Cardinelli, Betty Cunningham, Ruth Jones, Betty Manness, Marjorie Millard, Linda Smith, and Captain Lorraine Sticlcney. lil . r One Hundred forty-tix li""l' il i i ii, .1 - i 1 l ill, i ' ll! Il2LS'TE I Coach, MARYWELL Lmsiz ENNIS is rapidly becoming one of the most universal of all leisure sports. This growing interest for the game on the part of high school girls has been made manifest by the large numbers that have responded to the call for practice for the past few years. And this year was no exception. From the large number of girls that turned out Miss Leiter had the difficult task of segregating the varsity material. A ladder tournament of four weeks' duration was held and the seven ranking players in this competition comprise the varsity squad. They are: Lydia Ciccone, Valia Ciccone, Bette Manness, Theresa Mingace, Mary Maguire, Ruth Eddy, Barbara Goldman, and Lorraine Sticlcney and Linda Smith, substitutes. ln addition to the varsity team matches, each year a Senior, Junior, and Sophomore Tournament is held in the way of inter-class competition. One Hundred forty-seven GUNS HNWAMURM FRHERAM FALL SEASON A WINTER SEASON r y B P SPRING SEASCDN I Aly Archery Soccer Hoc ey Tennis Basfce baff Voffe aff fndoor Badminton Prng ong Tennis Lacrosse Eadrnfnton Qu door Track gaseoaff rr fer Ol 54 MN F E A T M R E S LAST WILL AND TESTAIVIENT L II known that we, the cIass of 1938, berng the posse sor of 'I mund, CQ memory but uncertaxn as to therr where aoouts do make this our Lasr XVIII and Te tam nt, hereby .uequeathrng and deymrugg QS Iorlowa I I P I I . 's . To whom Il may concern Across Martha Stephenson s I?eynoIds charm Jerry s eftrcrency IDIerdorII s hlstrnontc Mark s popuIarrty au s phalosophy Pete Gersler Jane 's Sophusticatron Sally 'S naturalness. CharIey 's Ioquacrty. Nancy FIagg's . Bob 'S comb. Whereas, after slow deIiberation, we do hereby leave a well used BuuIdlng 3, to be vacated by our presence only and hereunto set our seal, appornting as execator our much admured prrncupal Paul E Hacker, IU thus year of ou Lord nmnetee hundred and thirty-erght. THE EWTO PROPHET CROWDS SEE GALA FLAGG PREMIERE Nov 30 1945 CN H SD Even the well known cynrc Albert Haynes, termed Mnss Flagg s latest endeavor the great est success of the current theatrical season Under the capable dnrec tlon of Ernest Colantonno, Rey nolds and Drerdorff who are fast taknng the place of Lunt and Fontaine, presented the perform ance of thenr careers The exotuc Mlss Wrlson was a member of the able supportung cast Headllners further down Broad way were Ruthue Randolph and Charles Clarke, those two great exponents of the dance Among the fnrst nrghters was Mrs Follett Cnee Bettle Burrowsj, charmrng In a new creatlon from the salon of Jayne and Jane CJewett and Elyj The Mlsses Cryan, Cox, MacCormlck, and Hamrlton were among those present Comlng Attractions That much anticipated and das cussed play, Shakespeare s Mud summers Nrghtmare opens next month at Mlnskys T e e nowned tragedran, Dons Mer gendahl, wall be seen rn her now famous role rn whrch she made her debut rn 38 Ever falthful to the arts IS Hugh Van Roosen de plctlng the ass lncldental musuc has been wrltten by Peter Cutelns Rumor has It that the reorganized WPA Orchestra unut no 3 000 000001 led by Charles Night lngale, substituting for Harry Hopklns, wlll Interpret the score ln Boston Jean Kenmson and Joy Wnngett, members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra under the able dlrectuon of Charles Kitchen, wlll open the comung symphony season A Nl 730 e early birds Allen Robey and Shaw B 00 Breakfast gossip Mar yorle Greene and Vlrglnla Fullerton 8 00 8 30 Shopprng :nts am Brown 900 Organ recital Thelma Esterburg 900 1000 The Cookrng School of t e Amr John Flfl Id 1000 1015 Gramm tuvms 1015 10 45 Smith 10 45 11 0 11 00 11 Dwlnal 11 30 19 Frances Hamilton vocalist oubl Trouble e Garden Hunts Frank News Gay Hunt as non notes Arlrn Harrns s orchestra EX NEWTON STARS RECEIVE LAURELS Newton, Nov 30 1945 CN H SD Captauned by that player of all tumes, Ted Duffy the great pro team, made up almost entlrely of ex Newton Stars, ended the foot ball season with a 36 0 vlctory Fernald Fisher, Mason, Wheldonf Palmreru,Castoldu Calluhan Burns, Colvin, and Myers are playlng therr old posltrons wrth even greater dexterrty than durrng that memorable season of 38 On Ice The hockey season too, brings out a collectlon of former New tonltes Shrimp McClellan IS pa Ing goalue for them lf he season runs true to form, Klein and Leger will come In for thetr share of the cheerrng as they used to Clnders Wrth those three Olymplc champs, Babcock Messuer, and Hunes, runnrng at the Garden next month the grand rush for rlngslde seats IS well underway By the way, drd you see the court at Wrmbledon, wuth Manchester out Barry and Pattnson, resting on hrs brothers laurels, close seconds? So you sports followers, 1938 strll marches onl l The Musses Howatt and Gale 'have gone to the cuty for a few days to attend blology lectures RADIO HEADLINERS M 1Q 15 19 30 lncndental song rendutuons Richard Denesha 19 30 100 Sweng Club Char otte Cook 100 1 30 Dascussnon ol Labor and Capital Anne Wright 1 30 Q 30 Symohonrc snatches Marjorne Coughlan 9 30 4 00 Racung Matrnee conduct d by Jane LaMotte 4 00 415 The Hnghwayman fskrtl Bull Cheney and John l-lrgglns 5 Hn s and Encores Mary Ellen Rogers 4 30 5 00 The Chrldren s Hour Peggy Clayton 5 00 5 15 Country Cousons Nara lre Phaneuf Jean Hurley and Joan Cunnungham 5 15 5 30 Weather forecast ohn Leffler 3 6 O0 The Songlady Marcia Jackson SUBURBAN SOCIETY SCRIBBLES Podunk Nov 30 1945CN H SD Among the recent guests at the home of the soclally promlnent Mrs Noble, the former Charlotte Steltz, noted journalist, were Aldlth Sutton, Martha Stevenson, and Wallace Shepherdson, the latter just havung returned from Hollywood after completrng work ID TheShelk thescrlptofwhlch was wrrtten by Mass Carolyn Harrigan Archc Romance Recently home from thenr honey moon to the North Pole are Dr and Mrs Charles Bowers CDOttle Gardnerb, who plan to settle ID the country Pass Bar Exams Yesterday, Messrs Paul Hag gerty and Tay Smith returned from Sleepy Hollow where they were successful In passlng thelr bar exams Models Take Rest Cure The beauteous models Jane Charlton and Marlon Jones have taken a bungalow ID East Jalopy for the winter season Women s Club to Hold Annual Rubbish Sale Mass Hutchinson, presrdent of the Podunk Womens Club, an nounced today that the annual ru rsh le wall be held Thursday of next week Mass Pamela Stowell wlll be ID charge of the booths whlch wall be erected by the Boyle Constructlon Company The decoratrons wrll be managed by Ellzabeth Jaffar 6 00 615 Rhythmic nocturne John Lane 615 6 30 Plano school of the aur Steve Cupola 6 30 6 45 Porky MacDonald and has Sentimental Gentlemen 7 OO The Esaurr Way om Peebles 70 7 30 Wom n In the News Dorothy Robbins 7 30 B 00 Vlusucal otes B y Fales and Ruth Eddy 800 900 Captavn K ele s Amateur Hour 900 1000 The Soap Box starrrng Audrey Stockbrndge Elaine Coyne and Oliver Wyman 10 00 10 30 Jeeyes Jullan Allen 10 30 11 00 l-lumoresrlue Mar jorue Mndgely 0 11 30 The Captrvators ll gn I orc estra A c le Baron 30 19 00 Musucal Fantasy Joan Merrill ocalnst WASHINGTON MERRY GO ROUND Washlngton,D C Nov 30 1945 CN H SD Secretarral unemployment huts a new hugh IU Washungton thus week as Bev Booth takes over all secretaryshlps From the hrll comes word that our frrst great woman dlctator, Slster Harvey, has appornted her lreutenants, among them being Peter Gelsler, Donald Lee, and Peter Ayer, the former hear no eval, see no eval, speak no evrl boys, now replaced by Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs The recent apporntment of Dr J B Dealy as personal physl clan to the drctator dnd not come as a surprlse to hrs old Newton frrends Senator Flllbuster Hug gms ts causrng no end of trouble In the Senate Senator Vaughan strongly advocates reversrble Cl'I1ISSJSl4I tows Suns The Senate Investigation of the law firm of Gruber, Guterman, Guberman and Golden brought to llght astounding facts concern :ng the Taylor Tower breach of promise sunt recently rn the head Ines Lost and Found Lost One :nterne lf found re turn Intact to Vlrglnla Wilder Children s Hosprtal Boston Mass Lost A lrtter of pigs lf found return to Frederick Fisher Wlgwam Rd Waban Found Fnve boys on stray boat rn Oulncy Bay Addresses un known Found A parkrng space Elm Rd See Spud Rendy s Rough Riders Wm-1 WARREN WALLER AND WAI-ILMAN The Waverrng Wonders A N D FLASH FULLER Princess of the Pfntos Pa tronlze Our Advertrser . , . . . 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' ., , sa . t , , . , . T L ' - Q 3. a. ar' ' kt , '. . k 6, Q. ' 8. l-larvey 4. Ernae F F V K fl 9. Ellas 5, A ' ' E f 1 ' ' ' 19, ra. ' A f ' ' as. 7. a TCD. TO. a', , , T7, Ely 'l'l. l T' - , . , TQ. K. TQ. . TQ. T3. , QU. P 111. SENICD Those Who Have Done Most for the Senior Class 'I Julsette Harvey 'I James Dealy 9 Nancy Flagg Q Robert Myers Most Versatile 1 Vlrglnla Brown 'I Robert Myers 2 Juliette Harvey 9 James Dealy Most Lrlcely to Succeed 'I Nancy Flagg 'I Ellns Dnerdorll Most Popular 'I Ann Reynolds 'I Mark Messner Q Ruth Randolph Q Theodore Duffy Best Loolcmg 'I Mary Ellzabeth Cryan 'I Wallace Shepardson Q Jane Ely Q Mark Messuer O H dfl 9 2. Juliette Harvey Q. James Dealy ne undre ity-el ht UPERLATIVE flflost Conservatrve 1 Jane Ely 1 John Leffler Q Charlotte Cook Q Emery St George Most Radical 1. Virginia Wilson 1. Charles Clarke 52, Ruth Randolph 9. Paul Robey Most Arhlerrc 1 Lorrame Stuclcney 1 Francus l-lanes Q Elnzabeth Cunmnqham Q Theodore Duffy Fnendlrest 1 Joan Cunmngham 1 Paul Robey 9 Sally Cushnng Q Theodore Duffy We fi? Finest Sense of Humor 1 Marjorue Mldgely 1 Fred Fnsher Q Ann Reynolds Q Paul Robey One Hundred flfty-mn ,v d sy, 4414-0 'f DQNALD DUCK CDUACKT QUACKT M15 W ldmeyer l drdnt come over IH the hold ofthe Oueen Mary Dougne MacDonald Heavens to Betseyl Peggy Cryan Oh reallyl Paul Roloey You re a power house' F ed Frsher llee QICZ Kitty Bool Mark Meqsuer How to talk Brll one ZZ7ZZZ Z Audrey S oclfbrldge No' Nol e thou and time no Bob l-lngglns l ruse to a pornt ol order Pete Gensler S help me Hannah Mr Rlnler Now Charles Anne Reynolds Oh Prdlddlel Don Turner Barney You re a good man V Inna W der l-lEYl Ted Newcomb l-low Ruthie Randolph Gonna p ay lmpy Jlmmy Han What t ayl Pat Taylor Ho v many calorie GENERM STATISTICS Man not dmlred Charlre MCC arthf Woman most admnred Snow Whrte Tavorute a omobule Fo d Fav wrnte o chest a Tommy D r ey Benny C Q Favorite sono Thanlcs lo the Memor cfs Tayorrte x Snow Wh te Twente bool Northwegt TM C dm llwdloe nell ar e r buy lombardo M r e llrr ca The fum el lim Hlnrrr 5 1 'S 3 - X - ' f Q li ' -Q' Q l.,Al . 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At lea t la t he lfnow her nit B Booth Of polntucs first Electron Ye Dldos watt to no avail lvvas Johnston, Robey, Booth, and Rall Cultural by a verse speal'er Prize Speaking l-lrtch your wagon to a tar Now cut you strung Qha ha Gunqacltn Patttson, man ol the hour When slcls and sophomores were tn Flower Fond lautels glrt upon the lnee Of .lullette for A Chtld Plea Jumor Nunn: Cclothed nn modestyl Hortrcultural Second Flectton l e ast of the llarvey execut ve lhe ret In order consecuttve Myers Mergendahl Colantornt Eurupudes and Sophocles Agrrcultural Second Dance The second dance complete succe This year he lo md out her addre r ,S ' ' I 1 ' I ' : . , , : ' ' ' , tv' , I ll 6 V . f. 3 N ts! ' l u 1 . .c - .L . :T 5 ' s s . ' . C : , ' ,z I - ' . she ' if 1 . X4 A Q A S. .Q, 'tlann't no use, Il annlt no uve - ' ' r, t A - l 1 A r ' ' ' .. ts at fi S I' . . ' V C ' . A , 5, h l. - 's i ., 5 . 1 1 f ' 3 g . ' Si. ', t t Sil fx x v ' vvv? 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