Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)
- Class of 1939
Page 1 of 184
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1939 M, NEWTON I-HG!-I SCI-IDOL
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SENIOR ANNUAL OF NEWTON I-HGH SCI-IDOL
NEWTONVILLE S , ,, S D MASSACHUSETTS
Behold this boolc, so packed vvithbright events,
This Famed Newtonian.
It is a harvest, glorious, immense,
Ol rich remembrances of fruitful years,
A garnering ol dreams, of ardent hopes and Fears.
Perhaps you'll come upon, in days unborn,
This loved Newtonian.
Then haply will these pages make, some morn,-
A bridge between the lands of Now and Then-
A bridge which you may cross, and so be young again.
CCDNTENTS . . . . .
EWTON l-ligh School in panorama . . . streamline edition . . . lots of pictures, type and
people , . . slowly evolving The 1939 Newtonian . . . opening section through this page
. . Mr. Elicker, affable principal, the office staff, Mr. Green and then the faculty through page eleven
. a double spread for a hasty trip around school and then . . .
Seniors, page sixteen through eighty-two . . . our alter-ego, personality plus, handsome and gor-
geous, activity write-ups . . . Post-Grads on eighty-three and the underclasses follow . . . Jubilant
Juniors, overworked . . . Sibilant Sophomores, more favored than favorite and then . . .
Our activities, page ninety through one hundred and thirty-three . . . Alpha Beta, Associates,
Aviation, Band, Camera, Cavalry, French, Chemistry, Commercial, Debate, Drama, English, Executive, German,
Glee, l-lome Economics, l-lome Roomers, Knitting not Tatting, Library, Lunch, Math, Mike, l-lonor, Nature, Neo-
phytes, Yearbook, Newspaper, Soph Bible, Orange Shield, Orchestra, Puppets, Outers, Senior Play, Social
Studies, Spanish, Stage l-lands, Swimming, Tusitala, Varsity, Verse Speaking.
Athletics -those who gave their all, page one hundred and thirty-five through one hundred and fifty
and then features and those who made it possible . . . our friends, the advertisers.
PAUL E. ELICKER
R. PAUL EDGAR ELICKER has been in Newton l-ligh School since 1923,
when he entered as a teacher of Mathematics. ln 1924, he was placed
in Charge of attendance, promoted to assistant-principal in 1927, he became
principal in 1932. Previous to entering our school he was a member of the
MHS of several schools in New York and New Jersey. l-le has received the
degree of A.M., from Columbia University, and that of Ed.M. from l-larvard.
During his term as principal the Music Department has been enlarged and
renovated. Also, while incumbent, he has seen the founding of the Industrial
Arts Department, the development of the Athletics program and completion ofthe
Athletic Field, the establishment of the new schedule, including "S" period, and
the completion of the new Socidl Room forthe school.
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Few students realize that our principal is a national Figure in the world of
education, At present, besides being listed in "Whos Who ln Education" and
"Leaders in Education," he is President ofthe National Association of Secondary
School Principals, a member of the National Committee on Research in Secondary
Education, a consultant on President Roosevelt's Advisory Committee on Educa-
tion, a member of the National Council of the National l-lonor Society, and has
recently been appointed a member for the World Congress of Education.
Some of his past achievements include, lecturer in Boston University Graduate
School of Education and examiner in Mathematics and New England Representa-
tive For secondary schools lor the College Entrance Examination Board. During
1936-1937 he traveled in twenty-two states, studying schools for the National
Survey of Secondary Schools ofthe American Council on Education.
At present he is a member of the following educational clubs: l-larvard
Teachers' Association, National Educational Association, National Association
of Secondary School Principals, Massachusetts Schoolmasters' Club, Massachu-
setts Principals' Association, Friday Evening Club, Jesse B. Davis Club, Phi Delta
Kappa, l-larvard Graduate School of Education, and the Quinteped Club.
Thus it can easily be seen that Newton High should justly be proud of its
principal, not only for his Fine accomplishments here at school, but also for his
nation-wide activities and renown.
Mr. Raymond A. Green First came to our school in 1923 as a teacher in
Social Studies. l-le had previously had teaching experience in schools in Rhode
Island, Pennsylvania, etc. ln 19294930 he spent a year in Germany studying
the German educational system.
l-le was born in Pennsylvania and has received the degrees of A.B. and M.A.
from Mullenberg and Columbia Colleges where he was a four-letter man. l-le
has also studied at Harvard and even at Leiden University in Holland. l-le was
commissioned in the army during the war. l-le has traveled extensively in Europe.
RAVMQND A. GREEN
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HE magnitude of Newton High School requires
a large faculty, at present this numbers one
hundred and twelve teachers, of whom thirty-eight
are men. Nearly all of these have home rooms to
The Faculty is divided into eleven departments
which are as follows: Business Education, Science,
Home Economics, Social Studies, Latin, Mathe-
matics, French, Guidance, Music, English, and Physi-
cal Education. Each department has its own head
to supervise its worlc and attend to its require-
ments. The heads of these departments are, re-
spectively, Mr. Maynard Maxim, Mr. Charles B.
Harrington, Miss Jeannie B. Kenriclc, Mr. Horace
Kidger, Dr. Land, Mr. Charles H. Mergendahl,
Miss Gertrude E. Myles, Miss Cora E. Riley, Mr.
Haydn M. Morgan, Mr. Samuel Thurber, and Mrs.
Grace Kuntz and Mr. F, Ewing Wilson.
The Business Education Department lists on its
statfz Mr. Carl P. Birmingham, who is also business
manager of The Newtonite, Miss A. Hortense
Church, Miss Gladys A. Cunningham, Miss Mil-
dred Hood, Mr. Frederick K. Hussey, Mrs. Helen
P. Johnston, Miss Marion B. McGuire, adviser to
the Commercial Club, Mrs. Edith B. Newcomb,
adviser of the Knitting Club, Mr. Andrew W.
Steinhope, in charge of building two, Miss Alma
A. Thomas, Miss Ruth M. Twiss, Mr. William L.
Winston, supervisor of one of the bands, and Miss
Hazel White, the school bursar.
The Science Department is composed of Mr.
Richard P. Boyer, adviser to the Radio Club, Miss
Alice H. Burton, Miss Katherine Curtis, Mr. John
C. Hall, adviser to the Chemistry Club, Mr. Arthur
G. Hildreth, Miss Anna H. Kennedy, the Nature
Club's adviser, Mr. Ernest V. Knapman, Miss
Frances V. Lund, Miss Elizabeth L. Mayo, Miss
Eleanor B. Richmond, Mr. Floyd E. Somerville, ad-
viser to the Science Activities Club, and Mrs.
Helen R. Swezey.
The Home Economics Department numbers in its
ranks Miss Alice A. Alden, and Miss Gladys F.
Davis, advisers to the l-lome Economics Club, Miss
Catherine A. Murray, Miss Mary C. Owens, Miss
Maude M. Shippee, and Miss Charlotte M. Simon,
the school nurse.
The Department oi Social Studies includes the
following: Mr. l-Ierbert A. Clark, adviser to the
Social Studies Club, Mr. Charles R. Consodine,
Mr. l-loward L. Ferguson, Mr. Francis J. Foster, in
charge of building one, Miss Ruth E. l-loehle, Mr.
Frederick O. l-lolmes, sponsor of the Boys' Debat-
ing Club, Mr. C. Evan Johnson, Mr. Lucius P.
Jones, Mr. Daniel F. Koughan, Mr. Forrest F. Paige,
Miss Margaret South, Senior Class adviser, Mr.
Daniel P. A. Willard, adviser for the Cavalry and
Aviation Clubs and for the Ski Team, Mr. Sterling
L. Williams, adviser For The Newtonian, and Mr.
Beverly L. E. Wilson.
Miss Beatrice Bates, Miss Madalene Brackett,
Mr. Donald G. Enoch, coach of the famous track
team, Mr. Russell A. Fitz, Mr. Charles W. Peterson,
who manages the stage committee, Miss Cora W.
Rogers, Mr. Walter M. Taylor, executive-secretary
of the Newton Forum, and Mr. Thomas G. Walters
are our mathematics teachers. .
The English Department's members are Mrs.
Blanch L. Bemis, Mr. Lamoine E. Boyle, Mr. T.
Jerome Cutting, Miss Caroline M. Doonan, ad-
viser to the Orange Book, Miss lrene M. l-laworth,
coach for the Senior Play, Miss Anne L. Leathers,
Miss l-lelen B. Lee, supervisor of the Microphone-
Club, Miss l-lelen E. Nute, in charge of Tusitala
Club, Miss E. Louise Richardson, adviser of the
English Club, Miss Edith M. Rideout, adviser of
the National Honor Society, Mr. B. Floyd Rinker,
Miss Gertrude L. Robinson, Miss Flora M. Smith,
Miss Jessie A. Southard, in charge of the Verse-
Spealcing Choir, Miss Frances Thumin, adviser of
Alpha Beta, Miss Louise Wetherbee, adviser oi
the Drama Club, and Mr. Lester E. Williams, in
charge of The Newtonite.
The other departments are equally notable,
many of the teachers are coaches to some team or
organization, while others take part-in civic life.
To you, oh Seniors, do we dedicate
These pages as you hasten through the gate
That opens on the world. Go with our blessing!
To Sophomores and Juniors, forward pressing,
The gate is closed. Bromidically we croon:
"Not yet, oh callow Youth! Not yet but soon!"
SENIGR CLASS QFFICERS
THOMAS BURKHARD WILLIAM BABB
President Hrst Wee-President
Second Vice-President ' Secretary
-:JI 'I6 It--
- Parents' Night, They found out the bad news.
TI-IE YEAR IN REVIEW
- Back again in Flesh, if not otherwise.
- First Senior Assembly. Starting the year with a bang?
- Legislature meets forthe First time under Bill Babb. Beginning of Imrie-l-lall debates.
- Barbara Beyer and Frank Houghton chosen editors-in-chief of Newtonian and Newtonite.
- Brookline shelved. What, again?
4 - mlovarichn co-starring Dawn Eaton and Felix Rogers.
- Don Enoch's boys crash through to win State Meet.
- Betty Dasey takes Prize-Speaking laurels.
'IO-11 - "Pride and Prejudice." Mostly pride!
-Senior Prom. "A good time was had by all."
-Senior Night. Local boys and girls make good.
- "Pirates of Penzance." First of its kind and a success.
- Graduation. Well, we made it.
SENICDI? EXECtfIVE COUNCIL
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DONALD WEARE ABBOTT
5 Hosmer Circle, West Newton
Happy, Abbey, Certificate, Deering High, Portland, Bowdoin,
Varsity Basketball, 9, 3, 4, Captain, 4.
JOSEPH THOMAS ADUKEWICH
16 William St., Newton Upper Falls
Whitey, Duke, Peanuts, Academic, Weeks, Science Activities
DOROTHY MARY AHERN
1401 Washington St., West Newton
Dotty, Dot, Academic, Warren, Teachers' College, Chorus,
Q, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, Q, 3, Midwinter Concert, Q, 3.
SUMNER GEORGE ALBION
789 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre
Language, F. U. Thompson, Dorchester High,
RUSSELL LOUIS ALBERTS
Q1 Albion St., Newton Centre
Russ, Certificate, Weeks, Yale or Brown, Nature Club, Q, 4,
CARL WILLIAM ALFREDSON
43 North St., Newton Centre
Al, Academic, Weeks, Yale, Baseball, Football.
BETTY CATHERINE ALLEN
S20 Rotherwood Rd., Newton Centre
Bette, Sister J., Peter, Language, Weeks, Edgewood Park,
New York, Basketball, 2, 3, Chorus, 3, Tennis, 9.
ARTHUR GRENFELL ALLEN
3 Forest St., Newton Highlands
Gren, Business, Weeks, Home Room Manager, 4, Senior
Play Committee, Chairman of Ushers, Social Studies Club,
Program Committee, 4, Newtonite Literary Agent, 4, National
Honor Society, 4.
17 Cochituate Rd., Newton Highlands
Joe, Al, Language, Weeks, Yale, Cavalry Club, Baseball,
KATHERINE MARILYN ANDERSEN
59 Rockledge Rd., Newton Highlands
Taffy, Language, Weeks, Wellesley, Newtonite, 3, 4, Editor
Editorial Staff, 4, Assistant Editor-in-Chief of Newtonian,
National Honor Society, 3, 4, Basketball, Honorary Varsity,
3, 4, Athletic Board Secretary, 4, Tusitala, 4.
CLARENCE VICTOR ANDERSON
1206 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls
Andy, Zeke, Sonny, Blondie, Business, Weeks, Track, 4,
Football, Cavalry Club, 4, Varsity Baseball Manager.
BARBARA ANDREWS I
83 Page Rd., Newtonville
Barb, Andy, Certiliicate, Watertown High, Boston University.
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THOMAS ELLIOTT ANDREWS
Q44 Ward St., Newton Centre
Andy, Language, Weeks, I-laryard, Tusitala, Q, 3, 4.
SAMUEL TARSHIS ANSELL
142 Warren St., Newton Centre
Sam, Sammy, Eddie Fields, Language, Weeks, l-larvard, New-
tonian Features, 4, Newtonite Features, 4, Social Studies Club, 4.
JANE SEELY ANSLEY
'I74 Auburn St,, Auburndale
Janie, Academic, Warren, Penn l-lall, Home Room Manager,
Girls' Vice-President of Associates, 4, Legislature, 4.
DOMINIC ANTHONY ANTONELLIS
'l5'l Adams St., Newton
Dom, Squash, Business, Day, Football, 4.
JOSEPH LAWRENCE ANTONELLIS
192 Adams St., Newton
Joe, Business, Day, Intermediate football.
BERNICE BARBARA APPLEBAUM
'l4 Chamberlain Rd., Newton
Becke, Pug, Boato, Certificate, Girls' Latin, Bigelow, Jackson.
299 Grove St., Auburndale
Betty, Academic, Warren, Laselle, Tennis Team, Ping-pong
29 William St., West Newton
Don, Mathematics, Warren, Radio Club, Q, 3, 4, Radio Club
MYRON HERSH ARONOVITZ
'l4 Nottingham St., Newton Centre
Mike, Academic, Weeks.
EDWARD JOHN AYVAZIAN
89 Waltham St., West Newton
Ed, Business, Warren, B. U. Business Administration, National
Honor Society, 4.
HAVEN CHESTER BABB, JR.
68 Maple St., Newton
Certificate, Fox Meadow School, Scarsdale, New York,
Legislature, 4, Orange Shield, Puppet Club.
68 Maple St., Newton
Bill, Academic, Fox Meadow School, Scarsdale, New York,
General Motors Institute of Technology, Forum, Legislature, 4,
President of Associates, 4, Vice-President Class. 4, Executive
Council, Civics Board,
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CATHERINE AGNES BAGLEY
151 Edinboro St., Newtonville
Kay, Academic, Day.
DAVID JOSEPH BAGLEY
f 151 Edinboro St., Newtonville
Da Da, Dave, Business, Day, Football, Junior Varsity, Inter-
JEANNETTE FLORENCE BAKER
194 Brackett Rd., Newton
Jenny, Janet, Certificate, Bigelow, Lesley School, Orchestra,
4, English Club, Treasurer s Committee, 4.
MURIEL JOYCE BAKER
606 Centre St., Newton
Academic, Bigelow, Secretarial School, Drama Club Work-
shop, Q, Archery, 9, l-lockey, 2, 3, Outing Club, 3, 4, English
Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
WILLIAM HENRY BAKER
686 Centre St., Newton
Bill, Will, Language, Bigelow, Harvard, Neophytes, Math
Club, 3, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4, Usher at Drama Club Play, 4,
Chairman Senior Business Committee, Tennis, Home Room
Manager, 3, Hockey, 3.
THERESA DOROTHY BALDASARO
21 Avon Pl., Newton
Terry, Academic, Bigelow, Forsyth Dental School.
PAULINE ELIZABETH BANNON
50 Murray Rd., West Newton
Paul, Polly, Flash, Office Training, Warren.
ELIZABETH HELEN BANTA
241 Tremont St., Newton
Betty, Chic, Oifice Training, Park Ridge High, Katherine
Gibbs, English Club, 4, Knitting Club.
PHILIP JOSEPH BARNICLE
21 Milton Ave., West Newton
Phil, Barnie, Business, Warren.
MARY ELIZABETH BARRY
956 Webster St., Auburndale
Betty, Academic, Warren, Wilfred Academy.
GERALDINE ANNE BASLER
14 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre
Jerrie, Sister J., Peter, Academic, Weeks, Tennis, Basketball,
MARGUERITE FRANCES BATTISTA
11 Murphy St., Newtonville
Margie, Otfice Training, Day.
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PHYLLIS JANE BAYBUTT
74 Erie Ave., Newton Highlands
Phyl, Phiddie, Certificate, Weeks, Simmons, English Club,
Knitting Club, Ping-pong,
JOHN HAROLD BECHTEL
35 Bradford Rd., Newton Highland,
Jack, Red, Beck, CertiFicate, Weeks, University of Maine,
lntermediate Hockey, lntermediate Football.
24 Emerald St., Newton
Nettie, Office Training, Day.
PAUL RUSSELL BERGEN
119 Waltham St., West Newton
Russ, Bo, Business, Warren, Bentley School of Accounting.
HERBERT FRANCIS BERNARD
Q6 Cedar St., Newton Centre
f. Herby, Certificate, Weeks, Cornell, Class Treasurer, 2, 3, 4,
Orange Shield, 2, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 3, Chairman Civics
Z ' Board, 4, Executive Council, 4, National Honor Society, 4,
Legislature, 4, Alternate, Q, 3.
MARTIN LENNON BERTSCH
32 Newell Rd., Auburndale
Language, Warren, Harvard, Band, 9, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 2.
716 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre
Barby, Bee, Language, Weeks, Smith, Editor-in-Chief of
Newtonian, Class Secretary, 4, Junior Forum, 4, Tusitala, 2, 4,
Newtonite Editorial Staff, 4, Athletic Board, 4, National Honor
Society, 3, 4, Orange Shield, 4.
LUCY FRANCES BIBBO
107 Pearl St., Newton
Lucy, Office Training, Bigelow, Day, Honor Roll, 9, 4, Girls'
MARY ROSE BIGGIERI
30 Beech St., Newton
Office Training, Day, Burdett Business College. ,
DELBERT RAYMOND BLACK
1480 Center St., Newton Centre
sneaks Emguage, Weeks, Harvard, Boys' Debating, Social
MARION LOUISE BLACK
1318 Walnut St., Newton Highlands
Blackie, Language, Weeks, Wheaton, English Club, 3, 4,
Library Club, 4, Swimming Club, 4, Home Room Newtonian
Manager, 3, Newtonian.
THELMA SUZANNE BLACKEY
54 Wendermere Rd., Auburndale
Sue, Susie, Susan, Academic, Warren, Junior College,
Assistant Home Room Manager, 4, Alternate to Legislature, 4.
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53 Marshall St., Newton Centre
Blakie, Junior, Academic, Warren, Fine Arts School, Glee
Club, Q, 3, 4, Neoohytes, Cavalry Club, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4,
Social Stddies Club, 4.
ALEXANDER RUSSELL BOLLING, JR.
1886 Beacon St., Waban
Bud, Mathematics, Leilehua, Hawaii, West Point, Track.
ELEANOR MARGUERITE BORDEN
94 Day St., Waban
Ellie, Certificate, Warren, Mt. Holyoke, Gym Meet, Q,
Soccer, Q, Tennis 'Tournament, Q, 3, Cavalry Club, 4, Basket-
FLORENCE JEANNETTE BOVE
73 Clinton St., Newton
Florrie, Academic, Day, Newton Hospital School For Nurses,
Home Economics Club, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4, Basketball, Q,
National Honor Society, 4.
LEROY CHARLES BOWER
33 Pearl St., Newton
Roy, Certificate, Day, Northeastern.
SHIRLEY LUCILLE BOWMAN
88 Paulson Rd., Waban
Sissy, Academic, Thompson, Dorchester.
JOHN JOSEPH BOYCE
23 Webster St., West Newton
Deacon, Business, Bentley's.
ARTHUR EUGENE BOYER
- 174 Webster St., West Newton
Genie, Shark, Champ, Ollice Training, Warren, Business
College, Home Room Manager, 4, Social Studies Club, 4.
SHIRLEY MAY BRACKETT
151 Ridge Ave., Newton Centre
Shirls, Shirtsie, Academic, Weeks, Vesper-George Art
School, Tennis, 9, Hockey, Q, Basketball, 3, Chorus, 3, 4,
German Club, 3.
JOSEPH WATERHOUSE BRADFORD
' 94 Bowdoin St., Newton Highlands
Joe, Brad, Business, Weeks, Aircraft School, Aviation Club,
Q, 3, 4, Intermediate Hockey, 3.
JAMES EDWARD BRADY
18 Putnam St., West Newton
Jim, Diamond Jim, Shamus, Academic, Warren, Eastern Radio
lnstitution, Cavalry Club, 2, Aviation Club, 2. . Q
LAURENCE HUBERT BRAMHALL
14 Derby St., West Newton
Bram, Larry, Academic, Lexington High, Northeastern,
Chemistry Club, Track Team, Gym Team.
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BURTON ALLEN BROMFIELD
56 Evelyn Rd., Waban
MBIJQI, Shad, lsmall, Mathematics, Boston Latin, Prep School,
BETTY JETTINE BROWN
'I64 Cotton St., Newton
CIBEt,4Academic, Weeks, Secretarial School, Social Studies
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CAROLYN VARNEY BROWN
38 Bowdoin St., Newton Highlands
A Carol, Callis, Academic, Sharon Junior, Massachusetts
School of Art.
ROBERT WELLS BROWN
360 Central St., Auburndale
Brownie, Language, Warren, Yale, Senior Play, Home
Room Manager, 4.
RUTH ALLAN BRYANT
69 Park Lane, Newton Centre
Ruthie, Rutch, Academic, Weeks, Leland Powers, Neophytes.
97 Knowles St., Newton Centre
Sue, Susie-Q, Academic, Weeks, Westbrook, English Club, 4,
Swimming Club, 4, Gym Meet, 2.
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I ROBERT JAMES BREEN
17 Jackson Ter., Newton
Bob, Buddy, Business.
ARLINE FRANCES BREWER
'l'l Parsons St., West Newton
Honey, OFFice Training, Warren, Business, Radio Club, 3,
1 Orange Shield, 2, Commercial Club, 2.
FRANCES RUTH BREZNER
44 Mandalay Rd., Newton Centre
Fran, Language, Weeks, Wellesley, National Honor Society,
3, 4, Lunchroom OFFicial, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4.
MIRIAM FALL BRIGHTMAN
49 Braeland Ave., Newton Centre
Mimmy, Language, Weeks, Bates, Gym Meet, Q, German Club
Q, Vice-President, 3, President, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4, National
Honor Society, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus, 4.
WILLIAM ANDREW BRITTAIN
39 Clark St., Newton Highlands
Bill, Willie, CertiFicate, Weeks, University of Virginia, Avia-
tion Club, Q.
DONALD SARGENT BROCK
222 Lowell Ave., Newtonville
Don, Switch, Academic, Thomas A. Edison, Business School,
Home Room Manager, Q, lntermediate Football, 3, Varsity
Football, 4, Band, 9, 3, Orchestra, 9, 3, 4, Stage Committee, 3.
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HOWARD COOLIDGE BURGESS
47 Carleton St., Newton
Howie, Academic, Bigelow, Northeastern.
NATALIE ROAKES BURKE
384 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville
Nattie, Dimples, Certificate, Day, Monticello Junior College,
Simmons, Band, Q, 3, Archery, 4, English Club, 4, National
Honor Society, 4.
ROBERT SEAVERNS BURKHARDT
81 Church St., Newton
Bob, Burk, Business, Day, Band, Q, 3, 4, Orchestra, 4, Camera
1376 Walnut St., Newton Highlands
Tom, "T", UP. A. D.", Certificate, Weeks, Colgate, Dart-
mouth, Harvard, President ol Class, 9, 3, 4, Legislature, 9, 3,
Orange Shield, 9, 4, Varsity Baseball, 4, Orange Book, 3,
Home Room Manager, Q, Lunchroom Squad, 3.
GILBERT COMYN BURNS, JR.
Q8 Daniel St., Newton Centre
Gil, Mathematics, Weeks, M. l. T., Junior Varsity Baseball,
Z, 3, Awliation Club, Q, 3, Math Club, 4, National Honor
HOWARD IRWIN BURNS
72 Ellis St., Newton Upper Falls
Howie, Business, Weeks.
MARY ELIZABETH BURNS
192 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls
d Academic, Weeks, Hospital, Home Economics Club, Presi-
335 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls
Butch, Scottie, Florie, OFfice Training, Weeks, Burdett Busi-
ness School, Executive Council, 4, Senior Play, Hockey Team,
2, Commercial Club, 4, Camera Club, 9, Board of Finance,
Committee of "88," National Honor Society, 4.
ANNE CADY .
118 Upland Rd., Waban
Certificate, Warren, Arlington Hall, Home Room Manager,
9, 3, Clerk of Associates, 4, Executive Committee, 3, Social
Studies Club, 4, Basketball, 9, 3, Legislature, 9, 3, Executive
Council, 4, Senior Play Costume Committee.
MARGARET BARBARA CADY
18 Hale St., Newton Upper Falls
Buba, Flosie, Oifice Training, Weeks, Katherine Gibbs,
Sxommegcial Club, 3, 4, Soccer Team, 3, Honor Roll, 9, Gym
WILLIAM JOHN CAIN
Q46 Plymouth Rd., Newton Highlands
Bill, Mathematics, Weeks, M. I. T., Junior Varsity Baseball,
Q, 3, Math Club, 4, Chemistry Club, 4, National Honor
JOHN CURTIS CALBERG
33 Goddard St., Newton Highlands
Swede, Academic, Weeks, Wentworth, President of Science
Activities Club, 4, Committee of "88."
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WILLIAM MOLYNEUX CANNEY
Q39 Auburn St., Auburnclale
Bill, Academic, Provincetown High.
MARGARET REGINA CANTY
Q11 Grove St., Auburndale
Peggy, Academic, Warren, Katherine Gibbs, Camera Club, 4,
Aloha Beta, Outdoor Concert, Social Studies Club, 4.
RICHARD ALFRED CAPPELLO
51 Oak Ave., West Newton
Dick, Cap, Cappy, Business,Warren.
FLORENCE ADELINE CAPOBIANCO
99 Thurston Rd., Newton Upper Falls
Cap, Cappy, OFfice Training, Weeks, Boston University,
Alpha Beta, Varsity Hockey, 3, 4, Camera Club, Q, Commercial
Club, 3, 4, Outing Club, 4.
JOHN STEADMAN CARDER
64 Eliot Ave., West Newton
Jack, CertiFicate, Warren, Hebron, Tufts, Varsity Hockey,
Q, 3, 4, Junior Varsity Football, 9, Tennis, Q,3, 4.
RICHARD GUNNAR CARLSON
91 Parker Ave., Newton Centre
Dick, Swede, Squarehead, Business, Weeks.
FRANCIS J. CALLAHAN
25 Shorneclitie Rd., Newton
Cal, Feets, Lefty, Academic, Bigelow, Duke, Junior Varsity
Football, 9, Basketball Varsity, 2, 3, Baseball Varsity, Q, 3, 4,
Legislature Alternate, Q, Varsity Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 3.
MARIAN CATHERINE CALLAN
'11 Picker l2d,, Newton
Cal, OHice Training, St. Mery's, Cambridge, Commercial Club,
4, Newtonite Business StaFi, 4.
GERARD JOSEPH CALLANAN
'I97 Tremont St., Newton
Gerry, Language, Bigelow, Harvard, Junior Varsity Football,
9, Baseball, Junior Varsity, 9, Varsity, 3, 4, Orange Shield,
2, 3, 4, Home Room Manager, 4, Math Club, 3.
CHRISTINE CATHERINE CAMERON
'I4 Waban Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill
Language, Weeks, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia,
Nature Club, 4, Senior Play Candy Committee.
ELIZABETH JOSEPHINE CAMERON
856 Watertown St., West Newton
Bet, Academic, North Quincy High, Notre Dame Business
REBA REED CAMPBELL
Q74 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale
Cam, Academic, Warren, Junior College, Cavalry Club, 4,
Social Studies Club, 4, Newtonian Copy Editor, Newtonite,
3, 4, Copy Editor, 4, "Midsummer Night s Dream.
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JOHN JAMES CARMODY
1552 Harvard St., Newtonville
Business, Bigelow, Home Room Manager, 9, Assistant, 3.
EVELYN ANN CARROLL
'l8 Colonial Ave., Newtonville
Evvy, Office Training, Day, Commercial Club, Q, 3, 4, Chorus,
3, Outdoor Concert, 3, Mid-winter Concert, 3.
EVELYN LOUISE CARROLL
'I7 Meredith Ave., Newton Highlands
Popsie, Language, Weeks, Radcliffe, Alpha Beta, Newtonite,
2, 3, Ping-Pong, 2, Archery, 2, Swimming Club, 9, "Mid-
summer Night's Dream," English Club, 3, Newtonian.
JAMES FRANCIS CARROLL
8 Exmoor Rd., Newton Centre
Lucky, Business, Weeks, Prep School.
PAUL FRANCIS CARROLL
170 Cherry St., West Newton
Flash, Academic, Warren
GEORGE DONALD CARSON
302 Langley Rd., Newton Centre
Kite, Business, Weeks.
RICHARD LESTON CARTER
'I4 Roslyn Rd., Waban
Dick, Mathematics, Warren, M. l. T,, Math Club, 4, Chemistry
Club, 4, Senior Play.
JAMES RICHARD CARUSO
A Q6 Beecher Pl., Newton Centre
Moe, Academic, Weeks.
MARY BARBARA CARUSO
3 Thomas St., West Newton
Office Training, Warren.
ROSE CATHERINE CARUSO
368 Langley Rd., Newton Centre
Mazzie, Peaches, Office Training, Weeks, Katherine Gibbs,
Gym Meet, 2, Chorus, Q, 3, Mid-winter Concert, Commercial
Club, 3, 4, Camera Club, 3, "Midsummer Night's Dream,"
Honor Roll, 9.
SANTO FRANCIS CARUSO
318 River St., West Newton
Sam, Santy, Certificate, Warren, Bentley's, Boys'C1lee Club, 2,
Outdoor Concert, Q, 3, 4, Chorus, Q, 3, 4, Mixed Glee Club, 3,
Igllath Clxb, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 3, 4, National Honor
GINO PETER CASTOLDI
'13 Ryan Court, West Newton
Spark Plug, Star, Peter, Academic, Warren, Boston Uni-
versity, Varsity Football, 9, 3, 4, Manager of Basketball Team,
2, 3, Varsity Club, 2, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad.
CHARLES JAMES CAWLEY
'IOT Alban Rd., Waban
Jim, Charlie, Language, Warren, Yale, lndoor Track, 4, Out-
DONATA DOLORES CELLUCCI
75 Crafts St., Newtonville
Dee, Donna, Certificate, Day, Framingham Normal, Proof-
Editor Newtonian, Social Studies Club, 3, 4, Legislature, 4,
Newtonite, Q, Drama Club, 3, 4, Tusitala, 3, 4, Board of Publi-
cations, Orange Shield, 4, Chorus, National Honor Society 4.
RICHARD STEDMAN CHALOFF
Q5 Priscilla Rd., Newton
Dick, Windy, Sparks, Mathematics, Weeks, Prep School,
Worcester Tech, Microphone Club, 9, 3, Glee Club, Q, 3:
Drama Club, 4, Home Room Manager, Q, 3, Cavalry Club, 4.
MARY ZETA CHANDLER
838 Boylston St., Newton Highlands
Chan, Academic, Weeks, New England Baptist Hospital,
Chorus, 2, Outdoor Concert, Q.
MILTON DWIGHT CHASE
'IQ Riverside St., Auburndale
Shadow, Big Bull, Academic, Warren.
KENNETH LOVELAND CHESLEY
3 Sagamore Rd., Newton Highlands
Ken, Academic, Weeks, Amherst, Varsity Basketball Manager,
4, Cavalry Club, Literary Agent, 4, Alternate to Legislature, 4.
7 Faxon St., Newton
Pussie, Kitten, Short-Stride, Academic, Day, Modern School
of Applied Arts, Pingspong, Basketball, Tennis.
EDWARD WRIGHTSON CHRISTOPHER, JR.
65 Gordon Rd., Waban
Ted, Ed, Chris, Academic, Nichols, Dartmouth.
394 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls
Cachi, Professor, Academic, Weeks, Medicine.
'l4 Rockland St., Newton Highlands
Business, Weeks, Bentley.
JEAN ANN CLARK
Q19 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill
Jack, Clarkie, Academic, Bigelow, Kathleen Dell, Social
Studies Club, 3.
ROBERT LEWIS CLARK
8 Mt. Ida St., Newton
Bob, Certificate, Bronxville, Debating Club, Treasurer, Act-
ing Secretary, 4, Math Club, 4, Senior Play Publicity Committee,
National Honor Society, 4.
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ROBERT RUTHERFORD CLARK
921 Walnut St., Newtonville
Bob, Mathematics, Fessenden, Wesleyan, Debating Club,
2, 3, Prisident, 4, Math Club Treasurer, 4, National Honor
EDWIN THOMAS COAN
4 Applegarth St., Newton Centre
Coke, Ted, Joe, Mike, Academic, Weeks, Prep School,
Dartmouth, Outdoor Track.
MARGARET ANN COATES
'IO8 Windsor Rd., Waban
Peg, Maggie, Certificate, Leilehua, Edgewood Park Junior
College, Drama Club Work Shop, 4.
RITA MARION COBURN
99 Crescent St., Auburndale
Penny, Sugar, Shrimp, Academic, Warren, Normal School,
JOHN EDWARD CODY
34 Emerson St., Newton
Buzz, Certificate, Bigelow, Tufts, Indoor Track, Assistant
Manager, 9, Manager, 3, 4, Math Club, 4, Debating Club, 4,
Junior Forum Committee, 4.
ALBERT BRIAN COEN 1
29 Columbus Pl., West Newton
Candy, Shadow, Business, St. Mary's High.
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JOHN ALFRED COGSWELL
425 Ward St., Newton Centre
Jack, Academic, Washington Junior High, Albuquerque.
GEORGE HERBERT COLAN
90 Bridges Ave., Newtonville
Semi, Certificate, Day, Massachusetts State University of
Maine, Legislature, Q, Math Club, 4, Debating Club, 4, Chemis-
gy Clubllrresident, 4, Home Room Manager, 4, National Honor
ERNEST ORLANDO COLARULLO
51 Austin St., Newtonville
Pat, Ernie, Lulu, Mathematics, Day, Harvard, Dartmouth,
Assistant Home Room Manager, 4, Senior Play Committee,
Math Club, 3, Football, Q, Basketball, 9.
STERLING BRADFORD COLCORD
336 Lexington St., Auburndale
S'-IBigno, Academic, Warren, Boston University, Band, Orange
ROBERT ALLEN COLERON
84 Court St., Newtonville
Bob, Certificate, Warren, University of Maine, Boys' Debat-
ing Club, 4, Spanish Club, Chorus, Glee Club.
EMMALINE GORDON CONANT
14 Larchmont Ave., Waban
Emmy Lou, Em, Ducky, Academic, Warren, Nurses' Training
School, New York Hospital, Alpha Beta, English Club, 4,
Orange Shield, Q, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
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ELISE LE HURAY COOK
11 Fenno Rd., Newton Centre
Cookie, Language, California, Smith, Drama Club, 4, Verse-
Speaking Choir, "Midsummer Night's Dream," Cavalry Club, 4.
FRANCIS JOSEPH COOK
56 Lothrop St., Newtonville
Cookie, Academic, Day, Prep School, Aviation School,
Aviation Club, 4,
JEANNE MADELINE COONEY
199 Wcodcliff Rd., Newton Highlands
Language, Thomas A. Edison, Emmanuel, Archery, Q, Basket-
ball, 2, Alpha Beta, English Club, 3, 4, Program Committee, 4,
Ne wtonite, 4, Newtonian.
DOROTHY ELIZABETH COPELAND
42 Austin St., Newtonville
Dotty, Copie, Office Training, Weeks, Day, Wagner's School
of Commercial Art, Alpha Beta, English Club, 3, Commercial
Club, 4, Senior Play Candy Committee.
DORIS MAY CORMAY
29 Charles St., Auburndale
Office Training, Warren, Band, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 4.
ROBERT CARTER COSTELLO
54 Adzlla Ave., West Newton
Bob, Costy, Academic, Warren, Business School, Stage
Songmitfee, 3, 4, Co-chairman, 4, Scoreboard, 4, Microphone
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JOHN JOSEPH CONLON
63 Charlemont St., Newton Highlands
Connie, Business, Weeks, Boston University, Band.
CHRISTINE ANNE CONNELL
339 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls
Chris, Academic, Weeks, Bouve, Home Economics Club.
LAWRENCE BERNARD CONNELLY
33 Needham St., Newton Highlands
Larry, Business, Weeks, Radio School.
THOMAS MICHAEL CONNELLY
207 Auburn St., Auburndale
Tom, Red, Academic, Warren.
DOMENIC JOHN CONONICO
179 Chapel St., Newton
Eight Ball, Business, Day, Football, Q.
'VANNE Rose coNzo
Honey, Office Training, Day, Burdett.
4 Morgan Pl., Newton
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ANNETTA MAE COUCHMAN
90 Allen Ave., Waban
Chips, La La, Nettie, Annie, Academic, Warren, Traphagan,
Drama Club Play, 4, Legislature, 4, "Midsummer Night's Dream,"
Orange Book" Cover, 4, "Oriole" Cover, 3, Newtonian,
Assistant Home Room Manager, 4.
EILEEN FLORENCE COUGHLAN
30 Birch Hill Rd., Newtonville
Bunny, Butch, Academic, Weeks, Sacker School of Decora-
tion, Drama Club, 4, Legislature, 4, Lunchroom Squad.
963 Auburndale Ave., Auburndele
Pussy, Academic, Bigelow, Bouve School of Physical Educa-
tion, Hockey, 4, Outing Club, 4, Alpha Beta.
CHARLOTTE EVELYN CRAIG
58 Randlett Park, West Newton
Charlie, Office Training, Taft, Katharine Gibbs, Outdoor
Concert, Mid-winter Concert, 3, 4, "Midsummer Night's
Dream, Glee Club, 3, 4, Badminton, Archery.
GARDNER LAWRENCE CREAMER
971 Woodward St., Waban
Cig, Gar, Academic, Warren, Boston University Business,
lntermediate Football, 9, Track, 3, 4.
'I7 Richmond Rd., Newton
Mel, Language, Boston Latin, University of Chicago, New-
tonite, 9, Cavalry Club Treasurer, 3, French Club, 3, French
Club Play, 3, Legislature, 4, English Club, 4, Boys' Debating, 4.
ALLENE RAY CRISSEY
'IS Weldon Rd., Newton
Lee, Language, Bigelow, Wellesley, Senior Play Candy
Committee, Math Club, 3, Library Club, 4, Knitting Club Sec-
retary, 3, 4, Camera Club, 4, Gym Meet, 2, Newtonian, Na-
tional Honor Society, 4.
MIRIAM PHILLIPS CRONAN
43 Central Ave., Newtonville
Mim, Certificate, Day, Colby, Gym Meet, Q, Lunchroom
Squad, 3, Orange Shield, 2, 3, 4, Microphone Club, Second
Vice-President, 3, 4, French Club, 4.
KATHRYN MARY CRONIN
8 Jepsen Court, West Newton
Kay, OFfice Training, Warren, Girls' Chorus, Q, 4.
RICHARD ARTHUR CROSBY
4 Wiswall St., West Newton
Bing, Dick, Academic, Needham, Boston University, Foot-
ball, Varsity, 3, 4, lntermediate Baseball, 3, Hockey, 3, 4,
Legislature, 4, Lunchroom Squad.
ALICE MAGDALENE CURRAN
157 Linwood Ave., Newtonville
Al, Currie, Academic, Day, Teachers' College.
JOHN FREDERICK CURTIS
9 Cook St., Newton Highlands
Curty, Academic, Weeks.
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.IENNIE ELAINE D'ANTONIO
407 Langley Rd., Newton Centre
Jen, Office Training, Weeks, Banford University.
KATHERINE JULIA DARGAN
931 Washington St., Newtonville
Kay, Kathy, Kate, Language, Day, Framingham Teachers' Col-
lege, Gym Meet, Q, Honor Roll, 9, 3, 4, English Club, 4, Li-
brary Club, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Newtonite
Literary Agent, 4, Newtonian.
ELIZABETH ANNE DASEY
344 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands
Bet, Betty, Certificate, Weeks, Simmons, Library Club, 4,
Prize-Speaking Winner, 4, Alpha Beta, Orange Book, 3, New-
tonian Circulation, 4, English Club, 3, 4, Tusitala, 4, Essay Contest
Winner, 3, National Honor Society, 4.
215 Dorset Rd., Waban
Tiny, Dot, Language, Warren, Wheaton, Alpha Beta, Math
Club, 3i I-Csislature, 9, 4, English Club Program Committee, 4,
Library Club, 4, Senior Play Costume Committee, JuniorForum,
4, Newtonian, Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Badminton.
ELEANOR MAY DAVIS
987A Washington St., Newton
Dusty, Ellie, Office Training, Bigelow.
JEAN MARIE DAVIS
88 Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville
Jeanie, Peanut, Shrimp, Academic, Day, Peter Bent Brigham.
ROBERT McBURNEY CURTIS
150 Newtonville Ave., Newton
Bob, McBurney, Certificate, Bigelow, University of Vermont,
Stage Committee, 4.
PATRICIA ELAINE DACEY
65 Washington St., Newton
Pat, Dace, Certificate, Bigelow, Katherine Gibbs, Chorus,
Q, 4, Neophytes, Drama Club, 4, Legislature Alternate, 4,
PHILIP WHITE DALRYMPLE
56 Crescent Ave., Newton Centre
Phil, Mose, Mathematics, Weeks, M. I. T., Ski Team.
NADYLIS LAMSON DALTON
65 Sylvan Ave., West Newton
Nay, Language, Day, Vassar, National Honor Society, 3, 4,
Cavalry Club President, 4, Data Editor Newtonian, English
Club, 4, Math Club, 3, Prize-Speaking Usher, 4, Senior Play
Costume Committee, 4.
CLARENCE EDWARD DANGELO
119 Chapel St., Newton
Mucka, Academic, Day, Bemis Naval Academy, Science Club,
NORMA RUTH DANIELS
Q9 Ellison Rd., Newton Centre
Language, Weeks, Pembroke.
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JOHN DAVIS, JR.
Jack, Academic, Warren, Boston University.
LUTHER DAVIS, JR.
Mathematics, Weeks, M. l. T., Math Club, 4, National Honor
THOMAS LEO DAVIS
15 Mechanics St., Newton Upper Falls
Tommie, Academic, Weeks,
WHITNEY WELLS DAVIS
Whit, Certificate, Bigelow, Cavalry Club, 4.
JOHN DAVID DAWSON
702 Chestnut St., Waban
32 Mason Rd., Newton Centre
30 Pembroke SL, Newton Y
31 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill
Tex, Academic, Weeks, College or Business School. 'I I I 4 Y ' I I
ELLISON GODDARD DAY, JR.
90 Hull St., Newtonville
Elly, Certificate, Cushing Academy, Stanford.
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KENNETH DAVID DAY
23 Sylvan Rd., Waban
Ken, Academic, Warren, New England Conservatory of Music.
CHESTER CLARENCE DEAGLE
139 Melrose St, Auburndale
Chet, Deadeye, Farmer, Academic, Warren.
HOWARD DE DOMING, JR.
8 Mechanic St., Newton Upper Falls
Howie, Acer, "D", Office Training, Weeks.
TERSINO MARIO D'EUGENlO
304 Langley Rd., Newton Centre
Terry, Terra, Terror, Pickerel, Academic, Weeks, Northeastern,
National Honor Society, 3, 4, Senior Executive Council,
Legislature, 4, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, Newtonian.
DOROTHY JANE DELANEY
3 Waverley Ave., Newton
Dot, Office Training, Day. N
RICHARD DAMON DE LESDERNIER
3 Winona St., Auburndale
Dick, Academic, Warren, Fitchburg Teachers' College,
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ANTHONY JOSEPH DELGIZZI
372 Watertown St., Newton
Del, Business, Day, Boston University Night School.
ROBERT FERGUSON DE LONG
149 Morton St., Newton Centre
Bob, Business, Weeks.
JOSEPH LAWRENCE DE LUCA
900 Adams St., Newton
Lou, Rutha, Academic, Day, Basketball, 4, Track, 4.
JOHN FRANCIS DEMPSEY
334 River St., West Newton
- Academic, Warren.
ALICE JOAN DENNEHY
106 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill
Academic, Bigelow, Framingham Normal, Archery, Basketball,
3, Hockey, 3, 4, Outing Club, 4, Alpha Beta, Badminton.
ANNE MARIE D'ERCOLE
Q70 Boylston St., Newton Centre
Derc, Office Training, Weeks.
CLARA ROSE DE MICHELE
16 Sullivan Ave., Newton Upper Falls
Mickey, Clay, Office Training, Weeks.
HENRY WILLIAM DE RUSHA
37 Kenneth St., Newton Highlands
Certificate, Weeks, Hyannis State Teachers' College, Social
Studies Club, Vice-President, 4, Orange Shield, 4, Legislature
Alternate, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
ALBERT DON DE SANTIS
11 Cottage Court, Newtonville
Al, Academic, Day.
RITA MARY DESROCHERS
35 Washburn St., Newton
Office Training, Bigelow, National Honor Society, 3, 4.
ROBERT JOHN DEVLIN
1001 Watertown St., West Newton
Deeve, Doc, Academic, Warren.
HAROLD GEORGE DE WOLFE
946 California St., Newton
Hackle, Business, Day.
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LYDIA LUCY DI MATTEO
380 Boylston St., Newton Centre
Office Training, Weeks, Glee Club,
RICHARD SHINE DINNER
39 Mayflower Rd., Chestnut Hill
Dick, Bud, Academic, Weeks, Duke, Band, 2, 3, 4, Orches-
tra, 9, 3, 4, Alpha Beta, Social Studies Club, 3, Christmas
Fund Committee, 4, Senior Play Usher.
JESSIE ELIZABETH DOLAN
15 Ricker Rd., Newton
Betty, Jed, Office Training, Bigelow, Aviation Club Presi-
dent, 4, Commercial Club Treasurer, 4, Newtonite Mailing
Staff, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
BETTY PATRICIA DORSEY
25 Green St., Newton
Betty, Office Training, Day, Katharine Gibbs, Commercial
BARBARA ADELMA DOTEN
70 Page Rd., Newtonville
Dodie, Academic, Day, Framingham, Orange Shield, Q, 3, 4,
English Club, 3, 4, Costume Chairman Drama Club Play, 4,
Newtonian, Lunchroom Squad, 3, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 3,
4, Chorus, Home Economics Club, 3.
DOROTHY JESSIE DOUCETTE
1100 Boylston St., Newton Highlands
Ducie, Dot, Office Training, Weeks, Commercial Club, 9, 3, 4,
WARREN ROBERT DOW
49 Vernon St., Newton
Bob, Mathematics, Bigelow, Northeastern.
FRANK EDWIN DOWCETT, JR.
17 Milo St., West Newton
Frank, Mathematics, Warren, M.l.T., Chemistry Club, 4,
Math Club, 3, 4, Drama Club, 4, Boys' Debating Club, 3, 4,
National Honor Society, 4.
RUTH ELEANORE DOYLE
41 Cross St,, West Newton
Dwight, Rudy, Academic, Warren, Massachusetts School of
Art, Chorus, 9, 3, Outdoor Concert, 9, Mid-winter Concert, 3,
"Midsummer Night's Dream", German Club, 3.
MARY HELEN DUCKWORTH
194 Jewett St., Newton
Duckie, Academic, Day, Vesper George, Chorus, 2, Outdoor
Concert, Q, Soccer, 2.
ANDREW, ROLAND DUFFY
60 Cook St., Newton Highlands
Duff, Business, Weeks, Boston University.
FLORENCE ELIZABETH DU LONG
11 Fern St., Auburndale
Floss, Duey, Academic, Sharon High, Newton Hospital,
Gym Meet, 2, 4, Glee Club, 9, 3, Outdoor Concert, Q, "Mid-
summer Night's Dream", Mid-winter Concert, 3, Volley Ball,
Q, 3, Apparatus, Q, 3.
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ALICE SAFFORD DYER
95 Cotton St., Newton
Tooie, Language, Bigelow, Wellesley, Art School, Alpha
E2fqitMith Club, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 9, 3, National Honor
ocie y, .
CHARLOTTE DAWN EATON
'l'l Scarsdale Rd., Newtonville
Academic, Weeks, Junior College, Senior Play, Class Secre-
tary, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 9, Home Room Manager, 4, Legislature, 9,
Gym Meet, Qi Senior Picture Committee, Orange Shield, 3,
Senior Committee, Committee of "88,"
ROBERT EDMUND EATON
286 Derby St., West Newton
Bob, Business, Warren, Business School.
SHIRLEY NASH EDWARDS
Q0 Asheville Rd., Newton Lower Falls
Shirl,' Pal, Academic, Warren, Newton Hospital, Social
Studies Club, 3, Soccer Team, 3, Knitting Club, 4, Outing Club,
4, Basketball Team, 4.
ANITA GRACE ELKINS
69 Hale St., Newton Upper Falls
Office Training, Weeks, Commercial Club, 3.
CONSTANCE ELIZABETH ELROD
30 Leslie Rd., Auburndale
Connie, Language, Warren, Bishop Lee, Neophytes, Drama
Board, 9, Glee Club, French Club, 2, President, 3, 4, Drama
Club, 3, Secretary, 4, Drama Club Play, 3, 4, Senior Play,
Executive Council, National Honor Society, 4.
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BETTY ALLISON DUNGAN
1938 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale
Betty, Duchess, Academic, Warren, University of Southern
California, Chorus, Q, 3, 4, Camera Club, 3, 4, Spanish Club, 3,
Aviation Club, 3, Alpha Beta, Outdoor Badminton Tournament,
Q, "Midsummer Night's Dream."
EDGAR ERNEST DUNLAP, JR.
2031 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale
Bud, Business, Warren, University of Tennessee, Newtonite,
4, Honor Roll,4.
PRISCILLA ANNE DUNMORE
'l'l5 Sargent St., Newton
Dunny, Certificate, Bigelow, Colby, Math Club, 3, Library
Club, 4, Honor Roll, 2, 3.
BARBARA GAY DUNMORE
'l'l5 Sargent St., Newton
Barbie, Barb, Certificate, Bigelow, Westbrook Junior College,
Alpha Beta, Outing Club, 3, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 9, 4,
Honor Roll, 9. 3.
JOHN MAXWELL DURKEE
30 Caroline Pk., Waban
Jack, Certificate, Warren, Kimball Union, Dartmouth, Camera
Club, 2, 3, Newtonite, 3, Microphone Club, 2, Aviation
Club, 2, Lunchroom squad, Legislature, 4, Calee Club, Q, 3, 4,
Orange Shield, 2.
MARGOT RUTH DWIGHT
'IB Vernon St., Newton
Miggo, Certificate, Bigelow, Simmons, Alpha Beta, Outing
Club, 3, 4, Math Club, 3, Drama Club Workshop, 4.
19 Crystal St., Newton:Centre
Hal, Academic, Weeks, Northeastern, Cavalry Club, Hockey.
EDITH LOUISE EMERSON
' 58 Central St., Auburndale
Academic, Warren, Glee Club, Q, Cavalry Club, 4.
HELEN ALICE EMMETTS
I 85 Cornell St., Newton Lower Falls
Office Training, Warren, Katharine Gibbs.
EVELYN MILNES ENDRESEN
115 Manchester Rd., Newton Highlands
Evey, Academic, Weeks, School in Norway, Camera Club, 4,
English Club, 3.
VIRGINIA SUZANNE ENG
9081 Beacon St., Waban
Tusie, Office Training, Warren, Burdett, Chorus, 9, 3, 4, .
Outdoor Concert, Q, 3, 4, Indoor Concert, 2, 3, 4, English
Club, 4, Secretary's Committee, 4, Welcoming Comm'ttee, 4,
Cavalry Club, 4.
ELIZABETH ELAINE ENGEL
10 St. James St., Newton
Betty, Office Training, Bigelow, Burdett, English Club, 4,
Commercial Club, 3, Chorus, Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 9, 3,
Outdoor and Indoor Concert, Q, 3, 4.
GEORGE IRWIN ENGLE, JR.
133 Arnold Rd., Newton Centre
Academic, Weeks, Coast Guard Academy, Football, 9, 3.
JOHN LOGAN ENNIS
' K ' f 144 Hancock St., Auburndale
Jack, Do , Certificate, Warren, Beloit, English Club, 3,
Tusitala, 3, Chemstry Club. 3, Track, indoor, 3, Outdoor, Q, 3.
ALBERT PAINE EVERTS, JR.
114 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville
Baron, Al, Language, Day, Harvard, Legislature, 3, 4, Orange
Shield, Varsity Hockey, Q, 3, 4, Varsity Tennis, 2, 3, 4, Captain,
4, Class Vice-President, Q, 3, Senior Executive Council, National
Honor Society, 4.
BETTY JOAN EVERTS
71 Waban Pk., Newton
Bets, Elizabeth, Certificate, Murray, Boston University, Uni-
versity of Minnesota, German Club, 2, 3, Social Studies Club, 4,
Camera Club, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Newtonite, 9, 3,
4, Chorus, 3, 4, Newtonian.
MARY VIRGINIA FAIR
11 Freemont St., Auburndale
Ginny, Language, Warren, English Club, 4, Band, 2 3, 4.
DOROTHEA MARIE THERESA FANDREY
17 Johnson Pl., Auburndale
Dusty, Dot, Dottie, Thea, Office Training, Warren, Business,
Commercial Club, 2, Chorus, Q, 3, Social Studies Club, 4,
Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
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SHIRLEY JANET FEINBERG
'IQ Alderwood Rd., Newton Centre
Shirl, Academic, Weeks, Beaver College, English Club, 3, 4.
ELEANOR RUTH FERGUSON
231 Webster St., West Newton
Fergie, Academic, Warren, School of Fashion Design.
LAWRENCE ARTHUR FINE
'I O1 Stuart Rd,, Newton Centre
Larry, Certificate, Weeks, Boston University, Camera Club, 4,
Honor Rol l, 4.
84 Gordon Rd., Waban
Fish, Certificate, Warren, University of Virginia, Cheer
Leader, Legislature Alternate, Senior Play Costume Committee,
Newtonian, Honor Roll, 4, Orange Shield, 2.
KENDALL WITHINGTON FISHER
Q63 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands
Ken, Certificate, Weeks, Amherst, Home Room Manager, 2,
Sophomore Usher, Football Manager, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager
Orange Book, 4, Athletic Board, 4, Publications Board, 4,
Honor Roll, 4.
84 Gordon Rd., Waban
Normie, Certificate, Warren, University of Virginia, New-
tonian, Cheer Leader, Honor Roll, 4.
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CAROLINE ELIZABETH FARINA
'I7 Murphy St., Newton
Carly, Office Training, Day.
GERTRUDE LILLIAN FARRELL
'l6'I Linwood Ave., Newtonville
Gertie, Office Training, Day, Business, Band Q, 3, Basket-
JAMES HENRY FARRELL
37 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre
Buster, Hank, Certificate, Weeks.
94 Ridge Ave., Newton Centre
Academic, Westwood, New Jersey, Colby Junior, Library
Club, 3, Drama Club Workshop, 3, Cavalry Club Treasurer, 4,
English Club, 4, Chorus, Outdoor Concert, Q, 3, Basketball, 4,
Captain Senior Team, Legislature, 4, National Honor Soc'ety, 4.
115 Windsor Rd., Waban
Favie, Language, Warren, Abbott, Smith! Badminton, 9:
Camera Club, 3, English Club, 3, 4, Secretal'Y, 4: COmmlffZ2
of "BB", Home Room Manasef, 4i Legislature, 4i Senior PIGY
Candy Committee, National Honor Society, 4.
RAYMOND BENEDICT FAWSON
'I6 Kempton Pl., West Newton
Academic, Warren, Football, Q, Baseball, 9 3.
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PHYLLIS VIRGINIA FISHER
93 Lombard St., Newton
Phil, Language, Hope High, Providence, Wellesley, New-
tonite Staff, 4, Tennis, 4, Modern Dancing, 4, Badminton, 4.
JOHN JAMES FITZGERALD
16 Flora' Pl., Newton Highlands
Fitzie, Academic, Weeks, Football, Q, 3, 4, Co-Captain, 4,
Haag, 15, Bgasiballi 3, 4, Basketball, 9, Second Varsity, Varsity
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AMBROSE JOSEPH FLANAGAN
87 Pearl,St., Newton
Curly, Dutch, Sleepy, Irish, Mick, Business, Bigelow.
DONALD MILLS FLINCHBAUGH
46 Rockland Pl., Newton Upper Falls
Flinch, Don, Slim, Academic, Weeks, Stockbridge School of
Agriculture, Hockey Manager, Q, 3, Glee Club, Orchestra A,
Lunchroom Squad, 2, 3, lntermediate Football, Q, Band, Mid-
Winter Concert, 2, 3, Varsity Club, 3.
JOHN PATRICK FLOOD
86 Jewett St.,LNewton
Johnny, Floodie, Business, Mount lAlvernia Academy,
Interior Decorating and Designing School, Chorus, Q, Drama
Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2, 4, Glee Club, 4,gSenior Play
MARY ESTHER FLYNN
199 Winslow Rd., Waban
Flynnie, Office Training, Weeks, Business, Hockey, 2, Com-
mercial Club, 2, 3,4, Committee of "BS", Basketball, 2, Orange
Shield, Q, 3, Literary Agent, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4,
Gym Meet, 2.
EDWARD JOSEPH FOLEY, JR.
361 Woodward St., Waban
Ed, Junie, Certificate, Warren, Boston College, Ski Club, 9, 3,
Qlgha Gamma Tau, 4, Senior Play Usher, lntermedlate Football,
BARBARA DEAN FORD
50 Elmhurst Rd., Newton
Fordsie, Language, Bigelow, 'Mt. Holyoke, Alpha Beta,
English Club, 3, 4, Home Room Manager, 2, National Honor
Society, 3, 4, Senior Play Properties ommittee, Honor Roll,
Q, 3, 4, Newtonian.
WILLIAM JAMES FORD, JR.
480 Lowell Ave., Newtonville
Bill, Mathematics, Bigelow, Tufts.
PEARL BLANCHE FOSS
Q5 Prescott St., Newtonville
Pearlie, Fossie, Academic, Day, Katharine Gibbs, Orchestra,
Q, 3, 4, English Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2, 3, National
Honor Society, 3, 4, Publicity Committee of Prize Speaking, 4.
CHARLES MALTON FOSTER
91 Hunnewell Ave., Newton
Red, Certificate, Bigelow, Brown.
983 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls
Dotty, Dot, Academic, Weeks, National Honor Society, 3, 4.
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HOWARD GRANVILLE FOSTER, JR.
19 Craigie Ter., Newtonvllle
Howie, Spike, Academic, Clarke School, Northampton,
Boston Museum of Fine Arts School.
BETSY HELEN FOX
142 Moffat Rd., Waban
Phoebe, Academic, Warren, Bennington, Cavalry Club, 4,
Social Studies Club, 4, Newtonian.
BEVERLY FLORENCE FRANZEN
Q74 Parker St., Newton Centre
Bev, Bevy, Blondie, Office Training, Weeks, Commercial
Club, Secretary, 4, Chorus, Q.
36 Dalby St., Newton
Bea, Academic, Day, Chorus, 4, Gym Meet, 2,
BRUCE NOYES FREEMAN
893 Watertown St., West Newton
Free, Academic, Warren, Motion Picture Squad, Stage
Committee, 4, Microphone Club, 4.
CONSTANCE LOUISE FULTON
55 Hillside Ave., West Newton
Connie, Certificate, Warren, Lasell, Cavalry Club, 4, Knitting
JOSEPH CONRAD GALLANT
37 Thornton St., Newton
Bilge, Buttercup, Gillanti, Academic, Bigelow, Stage Com-
MICHELINA MARY GALLO f -
19 Cottage Pl., West Newton
Mickey, Office Training, Warren, Home Economics Club, Q,
Commercial Club, 3.
GILBERT ANTHONY GALVAGNO
35 Faxon St., Newton
Algl, Jaz, Business, Day, Orchestra, Q, Ensemble, Q, Orchestra
VIRGINIA BELLE GARDNER
131 Auburndale Ave., West Newton
Ginger, GG, Ginny, Office Training, North, Waltham,
Burdett, Field Hockey, Commercial Club, 4, Prize-Speaking, 4,
ROBERT STEERE GASKELL, JR.
134 Otis St., Newtonville
Bob, Gas, Certificate, Day, Colgate.
JOHN ADAM GEHLING
31 Paul St., Newton Centre
Johnnie, Mathematics, Weeks, Dartmouth, National Honor
Society, 3, 4, Legislature, 4, Newtonite Staff, 3, 4, Sports Editor
Newtonian, Senior Play Business Committee, Baseball, Basket-
ball, Math Club President, Lunchroom Official, 4.
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JOSEPH PAUL GENTILE
Q6 Thornton St., Newton
Joe, Sonja, Academic, Day, Boston University, Tufts, Track, 4.
DAVID IGNATIUS GETMAN
73 Harding St., West Newton
"G", Dave, Academic, Day, Boys' Chorus, 4.
JANE ELIZABETH GIDLEY
58 Prescott St., Newtonville
Gid, Academic, Wellesley Junior, Art School, Neophytes,
Honor Roll, 4.
31 St. Mary's St., Newton Lower Falls
Gift, Academic, Warren, Garland, Legislature Q, Alternate,
4, Home Room Manager, 3, Soccer, Q, Basketball, Q, Social
Studies Club, 4, Senior Prom Committee, Gym Meet, 9.
MARY ROBBINS GILLESPIE
11 Solon St., NewtonlHighlands
Academic, Weeks, Lasell, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Na-
tional Honor Society, 3, 4, Junior Forum Committee, 4, Drama-
tic Board, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, 4, Aviation Club, 3,Verse-
Speaking Choir, 3, 4.
HARRY WILLIAM GILMORE
Q90 Adams St., Newton
Certificate, Our Lady's High, Boston College,! State Com-
I I ll, Lib Il!!
ANGELENA LENA MARIE GIORGIO
33 Beecher Ter., Newton Centre
Academic, Weeks, Chorus, 4.
JAY WALLACE GLEASON
73 Summit St., Newton
Jake, Jay-Baby, Language, Bigelow, Beebe, Harvard, Har-
vard Medical, Hockey, 4, Baseball, 3, 4, Math Club, 4, Senior
Play Business Committee, National Honor Society, 4, New-
JOSEPH FRANCIS GOLDEN
65 Pearl St,, Newton
Joe, Brother J, Academic, Bigelow, Stage Committee, 4,
WILLIAM EDWARD GOODALE
102 Boyd St., Newton
Bill, Business, Bigelow, Basketball, Second Varsity Squad, Q,
Cavalry Club, 2.
GEORGE CLIFFORD GOODBAND
411 Dedham St., Newton Centre
CliFf, Redlight, Zero, Business, Weeks, University of Toronto,
Varsity Hockey, 3, 4, Intermediate Football, 3, Baseball, Inter-
mediate, 3, Junior Varsity, Q, Senior Class Studio Committee.
EDMUND WHITLEY GOODE
139 Hancock St., Auburndale
No Goode, Goodie-Goodie, Business, Warren, Lunchroom
Squad, Camera Club, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club Treasurer, 4, Ski
and Cavalry Club Photographer.
ROBERT PHILLIP GREENE
448 Ward St., Newton Centre
Bob, Bobby, Certificate, Weeks, Duke, Spanish Club, 9, 3,
Social Studies Club, Q, Junior Varsity Hockey, 2, Home Room
Manager, 9, Legislature, 3.
WINIFRED SHERMAN GREENLEAF
Q07 Waltham St., West Newton
Win, Winnie, Academic, Day, Max Rienhart, Drama Club, 4,
Gym Meet, Q.
109 Braclcett Rd., Newton
RICHARD WILLIAM GRIMM
Q3 Converse Ave., Newton
Dick, Certificate, Warren, Norwich, Drama Club Treasurer, 4,
Alpha Beta, Glee Club, Football, 3, Manager, Q, Drama Club
Play, 4, Honor Roll, 4, Legislature, 4.
52 Aberdeen St., Newtonyille
Becky, Office Training, Weeks, Burdett.
EDNA MAE GUNN
245 Adams St., Newton
Eddie, Academic, Day, Outing Club, 4, Basketball, Q, 3, 4,
Soccer, 3, 4, Apparatus, 9, 3, Hockey, 3, 4, Varsity, 4, Volley
Ball, 2, 3, Baseball, 2, 3, Track, 3, Badminton, 4, Tennis, 2.
GILBERT BOARDMAN GOULD
36 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre
Gil, Gilbie, Gilie, Mathematics, Weeks, M. l.T., Football,
Junior Varsity, 2, Varsity, 3, 4, Legislature, 3, 4, President
Alpha Beta, Camera Club, 3, Chemistry Club, 4, Newtonian,
Athletic Board, 4.
ARTHUR MURPHY GRAHAM
11 lrving Rd., Waban
Certificate, Warren, Holy Cross, Honor Roll, 4, Camera
Club, 4, Tennis, 4, Newtonite Literary Staff, 4, Senior Essay
97 Garland Rd., Newton Centre
Stretch, Aud, Academic, Amherst Central, Weeks, Academie
MARGARITE FLORENCE GREELISH
35 Derby St., West Newton
Certificate, St. Bernard's, Boston University, Alpha Beta, Neo-
phytes, Archery, 2, 3, Soccer, Q, Newtonite, Q, Camera Club,
Q, 3, English Club, Ping-pong, Knitting Club, 4, Modern
Dancing, Honor Roll, 9, 3.
SHIRLEY RUTH GREEN
15 Nobscot Rd., Newton
Shirley, Ruth, Green, Language, Weeks, Connecticut College,
Home Room Manager, 4, Legislature, 4, Newtonite Staff, 4,
Drama Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Archery, 2, 3, 4, Neo-
phytes, Alpha Beta, Junior Forum Committee, 4.
LOUISE FRANCES GREENE -
83 Nehoiden Rd., Waban
Lou, Weezie, Certificate, Warren, Simmons, Tennis Tourna-
ment, 2, 3, Modern Dancing, 9, Archery, 3, Gym Meet, Q,
Social Studies, 4.
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MILLICENT JOY GUNTER
30 Wesley St., Newton
Millie, Office Training, Bigelow, Chandlers, Newtonite
Literary Agent, 4.
ELEANOR MARIE HACKWELL
85 Atwood Ave., Newtonville
l-lackey Pete, Academic, Girls' Latin, Kathleen Dell, Knitting
Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, Ping-Pong, 2, Senior Play Committee,
Soccer, 9, Gym Meet, Q.
BERNARD TERRENCE HAFFEY
81 Charlesbank Rd., Newton
Tiny, Wee, I-laft, Bernie, Certificate, Bigelow, Tufts, Camera
Club, 4, Neophytes, Boys' Debating, 3, Social Studies Club, 3.
GEORGE DAYTON HAIGH
21 Roland St., Newton Highlands
Haighie, Academic, Weeks, Bentley's.
ROBERT RUSSELL HALFREY
70 Faxon St., Newton
Shag, Slingin' Bull, Business, Day, Football, 9, 3, Baseball, 9, 3,
BETTY VIRGINIA HALL
47 Northgate Pk., West Newton
Bets, Rickey, Office Training, Bigelow, Baseball, 9, 3, Com-
mercial Club, 4, Knitting Club, 3, National Honor Society, 3, 4.
ELLA VERNA HALL
219 Auburn St., Auburndale
Verna, Academic, Warren, Wilfred Academy, Chorus, 3:
Indoor Concert, Christmas Vespers.
MARY BIGELOW HALL
141 Langdon St., Newton
Tubby, Academic, Warren, Chorus, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Beta,
Outdoor Concert, Q, 3, 4, Drama Club,
WILLIAM HEPBURN HALL
Q6 Webster Ct., Newton Centre
Heppy, Bill, Esquire, Academic, Weeks, Amherst, Honor
JACK HOLLOWAY HALLETT
7 Concolor Ave., Newton
Mouse, Jr., Mal, John, Moose, Certificate, Bigelow, Foot-
ball Manager, Q, 3, 4, Ski Team, Q, 3, 4, Aviation Club, 9.
JAMES LEMUEL HAM
95 Otis St., Newtonville
Jamo, Jim, Certificate, Day, Brown.
JEAN FRANCES HAMANT '
' 81 Eliot Ave., West Newton
Jeanie, Language, Warren, Wheaton, English Club, 3, 4,
Lunchroom Official, Junior Forum, 3, 4.
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Camera Club Secretary, 4, Newtonite, Q, 3, 4, News Editor, 4,
Newtonian Features Editor, National Honor Society, 3, 4,
PHILIP NEWCOMB HARRINGTON
570 Centre St., Newton
Phil, Academic, Bigelow, Legislature, 4, Cavalry Club, 2.
ROGER WILLIAMS HARRIS
185 Highland Ave., Newtonville
Rog, Duggan, Certificate, Day, Tufts.
MARY VERONICA HART
196 Derby St., West Newton
Office Training, Warren, Business School.
WALTER WALLIS HARTFORD, JR.
40 Clarendon St., Newtonville
Wally, Junie, Harty, Flash, Certificate, Day, Northeastern
School of Engineering, Football, Q, 3, Baseball, 2, 4, Hockey, 3,
fvlath Club, 4, Chemistry Club, Secretary-Treasurer, 4, Legis-
ature, 3, 4.
GLADYS GERTRUDE HARTLEN
962 River St., West Newton
Glad, Office Training, Warren, Commercial Club, 4, Gym
Meet, 9, Soccer, Q, Hockey, Q.
ROBERT DOWLING HARTLEY
'IS Llpham St., West Newton
Tex, Bob, I-larp, Chick, Academic, Warren, Duke, Boys'
Chorus, 4, Hockey, 3, Baseball, 3.
MARGARET MARY HANGARTER
35 Walter St., Newton Centre
Peggy, Pegis, Peg, Academic, Weeks, Academie Moderne,
Camera Club, 4, Glee Club, 9, 3, Chorus, "Midsummer Night's
Dream," Outdoor and Indoor Concerts, 3, Basketball, Q, Gym
Meet, Q, Honor Roll, 4.
LORETTA MAE HANLON
7 Freeman St., Auburndale
Ret, Eetta, Office Training, Warren, Commercial Club, Q,
Gym Meet, Q, Basketball, 9, Baseball, 2.
GENEVIEVE MARY HANSEN
28 Brookside Ave., Newtonville
Gen, Hansey,Certificate, Bigelow, Currey, English Club, 3, 4,
Gym Meet, Field Hockey, 9, Secretary of Neophytes, Basketball,
9, 3, Legislature, Q, Alternate, 3.
'IOS Austin St., Newtonville
J. H., Academic, Day, Katharine Gibbs, Archery, 9, 3,
Ping-Pong, 3, Chorus, Q, Outdoor Concert, 2, Camera Club, Q,
4, Mid-winter Concert, 4, Tennis, 3, Basketball, 2, Glee Club,
4, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM GERARD HARBER
'I6 Kimball Ter., Newtonville
Bill, Harborlite, Certificate, Day, Boston College, Football,
Junior Varsity, 9, Intermediate, 3, Varsity, 4, Junior Varsity
Baseball, 9, Legislature Alternate, 4, Honor Roll, 4.
FREDERICK THEURER HARRINGTON
Q87 Tremont St., Newton
Fred, Mathematics, Watertown, Math Club, 4.
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ADELLA BERTHA HARTWICH
17 Keefe Ave., Newton Upper Falls
2 Della, Adele, Office Training, Weeks, Gym Meet, Q, Hockey
JEAN ELIZABETH HARVEY
41 Wessex Rd., Newton Centre
Jo, Jeanie, Har-V, Academic, Weeks, Skidmore, English
Club, 4, Alpha Beta, Gym Meet, Q, Honor Roll, 4, Basketball, Q,
Ping-pong, 2, Soccer, 3, Social Studies Club, Q, Camera Club.
CAROLINE LOUNETTE HATCH
196 Lexington St., Auburndale
Chickie, Academic, Warren, Nurses' Training School.
MARGARET ELIZABETH HATT
30 Bernard St., Newton Highlands
Peggy, Office Training, Weeks, Business School, Chorus, 4,
Gym Meet, 4.
JOSEPH ARTHUR HAVERTY
114 Tolman St., West Newton
Joe, Certificate, Warren, Annapolis, Math Club, Q, Honor
Roll., Q, Hockey, Ping-Pong.
MILDRED JUNE HAWKINS
115 Windermere Rd., Auburndale
Milly, Academic, Lexington, Lasell Junior.
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NANCY LEE HAYES
313 Cabot St., Newtonville
Haysie, Hayso, Academic, Day, Academie Moderne,
Trapaghan, Camera Club, 4, Chorus, Q, 3, Mid-winter Concert,
3, Spring Concert, 3, Basketball, Q, Gym Meet, 2, Christmas
Vesper Service, 4.
JOHN HARRISON HAYNES
197 Cornell St., Newton Lower Falls
Jack, Certificate, Warren, Bowdoin.
LUCY REED HEARD
86 Upland Rd., Waban
Language, Warren, Smith, Chorus, 3, 4, Camera Club, 3,
Knitting Club, 4, Archery, Q, Gym Meet, 2, Spring Concert,
3, 4, Mid-winter Concert, 3, 4, Christmas Vesper Service, 4.
CELIA THAXTER HENDERSON
41 Walden St., Newtonville
Cee-lie, Cee, Ceal, Academic, Day, Chamberlain School,
Camera Club, 4, Chorus, 4, Christmas Vesper Service, 4, Mid-
xgfintei Concert, 4, Spring Concert, 4, Gym Meet, Q, Basket-
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DOROTHY ANNE HENDERSON
1735 Beacon St., Waban
Dor, Certificate, Newtrier High, Winnetka, Newtonite, 4,
Newtonian, Property Crew, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Drama
Club, 4, Verse-speaking Choir, 4.
ROBERT JAMES HENNESSEY
275 Tremont St., Newton
Bob, Business, Bigelow, Baseball, 2, Hockey, Q, Orange
73 Fisher Ave., Newton Highlands
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MARY LOUISE HICKS
1385 Washington St., West Newton
Hicky, Academic, Day, Boston Anatomy Embalming.
BERNICE ANNE HIGGINS
191 Cornell St., Newton Lower Falls
Higgie, Bunny, Office Training, Warren, Bryant and Stratton,
Home Economics Club, 3.
GEORGE FREDERICK HILLIER, JR.
120 North St., Newtonville
Hacker, Business, Day, Business School.
HARRY MERVIN HILTON A
30 Canterbury Rd., Newton Highlands
Clll:glti:::6?'ibx1sc:2,lB1aron, Academic, Weeks, Alabama, Camera
34 Mechanic St., Newton Upper Falls
Q gusiness, Weeks, Science Activities Club, Q, Orange Shield,
MARJORIE ANN HERENE
' 18 Garland Rd., Newton Centre
Margie, Certificate, Weeks, Massachusetts Art, Tennis, 9, 4,
Tournament, 4, Ping-pong, 9, Lacrosse, 3, Badminton, 3, Orches-
tra, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble, 3, Gym Meet, 2, Social Studies Club, 4,
Camera Club, 2, 4.
199 Randlett Pk., West Newton
Stew, Certificate, Day, Admiral Billard Academy, Camera
Club, 3, 4, Spanish Club, 4, Football, Junior Varsity, Q, Var-
sity, 4, Newtonian.
CONSTANCE MARY HEYER
84 College Rd., Chestnut Hill
Connie, Academic, Weeks, Junior College, Fairfax Hall,
Camera Club, 4, Gym Meet, 2.
RACHEL ANN HEYMER
150 Woodward St., Newton Highlands
Rae, Heymie, Rach, Certificate, Weeks, Kathleen Dell,
Camera Club, 4, German Club, 3, 4, Tennis, 2, 3.
GERMAINE ROSE HICKEY
38 Llewellyn Rd., West Newton
Fee, Jerry, Certificate, St. Bernard's, Regis, Ping-pong, 2,
Alpha Beta, Archery, Q, Camera Club, 3, Knitting, 4, English
Club, 4, Tennis, 4.
AGNES RUTH HICKEY
73 Elmore St., Newton Centre
Academic, Weeks, Vesper George, Basketball, Q, 3, English
Club, 4, l-lockey, Q, 3, Camera Club, 4,' Newtonite, 9, 3,
Drama Club Workshop, 2, 3. ' '
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LINCOLN RALPH HOITT
30 Bernard St., Newton Highlands
Shorty, Business, Weeks, Bentley.
MURIEL INEZ HOLMAN
37 Walnut Pl.,'Newtonville
lnie, Academic, Day, Music Conservatory.
MARJORIE ELIZABETH TURNER HOLMES
58 Rangeley Rd., West Newton
Margie, Midge, Certificate, Warren, Katharine Gibbs,
Alpha Beta, French Club, 3, English Club, 4, Camera Club, 4,
Glee Club, Newtonite, Q, 4, Junior Forum, 4, National Honor
Society, 3, 4.
JOHN LATIMER HOLTER
45 Whitney Rd., Newtonville
Jack, Whaclcy, "G", Mathematics, Day, Baseball, Q, 3, 4,
Football, 3, Varsity, 4, Hockey, 9, 3, 4, Varsity, 3, 4, Legis-
lature, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 4.
ELIZABETH G. HOOPER
Q8 Agawam Rd., Waban
Betty, Certificate, Warren, Jackson, Archery, 4, Archery
Manager, 4, French Club, 4, Camera Club, Home Room Manager.
ROBERT JAMES HOOPER
124 Randlett Plc., West Newton
Bob, Certificate, Warren.
MARJORIE MAY HOSSBACK
853 Washington St., Newtonville
Margie, Academic, Day, Puppeteers, 9, Drama Club, 3, 47
Drama Club Candy Committee.
FRANKLIN OTIS HOUGHTON
917 Woodward St., Waban
Frank, Certificate, Weeks, Amherst, Newtonite, Q, 3, Editor-
in-Chief, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Publications Board, 4,
Legislature, 4, Junior Forum, 3, 4, Math Club, 3, 4, Debating
Club, 3, Vice-President, 4, Alpha Beta.
EDWIN ARTHUR HOUSE
55 Wyoming Rd., Newtonville
Big Ed, Business, Day, University of Maine, Chorus, 9, 3,
Lunchroom Squad, Q, 4, Alpha Beta.
, 55 Wyoming Rd., Newtonville
House with the Red Roof, Shack, Academic, Day, North-
eastern, Chorus, Q, 3, Outdoor Concert, Q.
LESTER G. HOUSTON
Q3 Douglas St., West Newton
Les, Academic, Warren, Howard University, Washington.
CHARLES HARLAND HUDSON
176 Waltham St., West Newton
Hud, "H", River, Academic, Day, Theological School,
Legislature Alternate, 2, Lunchroom Squad, 3, Senior Picture
Committee, Camera Club, 4, Baseball, 3.
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GEORGE WILCOX HUTCHINGS
I 250 Austin St., West Newton
Hutch, Certificate, Day, Bowdoin, Varsity Football, 9, 3, 4,
Legislature, Q, 3, 4, Varsity Track, 4, Varsity Hockey, 4, lnter-
mediate Basketball, 3, Tennis, 4, Senior Play Usher, Newtonite,
ELIZABETH BENSON HUTCHISON
53 Bothfelcl Rd., Newton Centre
Hutch, Bet, Academic, Weeks, Junior College, Home Room
Manager, 9, Chorus, 3, 4, "Midsummer Night's Dream."
KENNETH SHERMAN IRVING
51 Newell Rd., Auburndale
Red, Kenney, Business, Warren, University of Alaska, Camera
Club, 9, Chorus, 4, Honor Roll, 4.
PEARL HARRIET ITKIN
39 Devonshire Rd., Waban
Paula, Certificate, Bigelow, Simmons, Westbrook, French
VIOLA HEDVIG JACOBSON
329 Waltham St., West Newton
Vi, Jackey, Blondie, Office Training, Warren, Katharine
Gibbs, Business College, Soccer, Q, Chorus, Q, 3, "Midsummer
HAROLD RICHARD JAOUES, JR.
'15 Norwood Ave., Newton Centre
Pete, Academic, Weeks, Business, Camera Club, 9, 3.
ARTHURj WARREN HUGHES
66 Eddy St., West Newton
Bopo, Academic, Day, Dartmouth, Varsity Track, lndoor and
Outdoor, Varsity Football, 4, Varsity Club, 4.
JOSEPH THOMAS HUGHES
S298 Cabot St., Newtonville
Joe, Hacker, Language, Day, Harvard, Dartmouth, Alpha Beta,
English Club, 4, Legislature, 3, Home Room Manager, 9,
Newtonite, Advertising Manager, 3, Business Manager, 4,
Board of Publications, 4, Golf Team, 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT PRESCOTT HUNTER
214 Upland Rd., Newtonville
Scuff, Bob, Academic, Day, Military Prep., University of
Virginia, Alpha Beta, Football, Junior Varsity, Newtonite, 4,
Legislature, 4, Chorus.
LILLIAN ROSE HURD
87 Oak St., Newton Upper Falls
Lil, Office Training, Weeks.
CLAIRE HELEN HURLEY
46 Washburn Ave., Auburndale
Jerry, Office Training, Warren, Business School.
JOSHUA JACOB HURWITZ
99 Mayflower Rd., Chestnut Hill
Jack, Language, Weeks, Harvard, National Honor Society,
3, 4, Lunchroom Committee Chairman, 4, Alpha Beta, Chemistry
Club, 4, Home Room Manager, Junior Forum, 4, Band, Orches-
tra, Senior Play Business Committee.
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WILLIAM PAUL JANSE
Q6 Greenwood St., Newton Centre
Bill, Academic, Weeks, Nichols Junior, Home Room Manager,
Legislature, Glee Club, 9, 3, Chorus, Q, Boys' Chorus, 3.
Q65 Austin St., West Newton
Jeff, Ellie, Joy, Certificate, Warren, Boston University, Glee
Club, Q, 3, 4, Cercle Francais, 3, English Club, 4, Alpha Beta,
Junior Forum, 4, Outdoor Concert, 9, 3, 4.
BARBARA MILNER JEFFREY
9 Walter St., Newton Centre
Barb, Jeff, Academic, Weeks, Miss Farmer's Cooking School,
Gym Meet, Q, Camera Club, 3, Chorus, 3, 4,
SAMUEL RICHARD JENNINGS
234 Church St., Newton
Sam, Sleepy, Business, Bigelow.
THEODORE EDWARD IAN JENNINGS
218 Temple St., West Newton
Ted, Theo, Academic, Warren, New England Aircraft School.
ERNEST LENDRUM JOHNSON
8 Grove Hill Ave., Newtonville
Ernie, Bomber, Monster, Academic, Day, General Motors
School, Varsity Tennis, 2, 3, 4, Legislature, 2, 4, Neophytes,
Intermediate Hockey, 3, Varsity Club.
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VIRGINIA MILDRED JOHNSON
' '16 Woodrow Ave., Newtonville
Jini, Ginger Snapper, Office Training, Day, Commercial Club,
2, Gym Meet, 2, "Midsummer Night's Dream", Basketball, 9,
Archery, 3, Cavalry Club, 4, Chorus, Q, 3, 4.
ALLAN FRANCIS JONES
49 Canterbury Rd., Newton Highlands
Al, Certificate, Weeks, Boston University, Math Club, 4,
Home Room Manager, Q, Newtonite, 4,
ELIZABETH ANN JONES
488 Watertown St., Newtonville
Betty, Academic, Warren, Massachusetts General Hospital,
Knitting Club, 4, Tennis.
DOROTHY ANNE JONES
47 Washington St., Newton
Dot, Dottie, Academic, Bigelow, Bryant and Stratton.
HOWARD VALLANCE JONES, JR.
185 Oliver Rd., Waban
Howie, Language, Smiley Junior, Denver, Harvard, Home
Room Manager, 4, Lunchroom Official, 4, Camera Club, 4,
National Honor Society, 3, 4, Newtonite, 4, Newtonian
grganizations Editor, Junior Forum, English Club, Vice-Presi-
JEAN ELIZABETH JORDAN
439 Lowell Ave., Newtonville
Pussy, Language, Day, Middlebury, Legislature, 3, 4, Alpha
Beta, Aviation Club, 3, Newtonian, Newtonite, 4, English
Club, 4, Library Club, 3, President, 4, Junior Forum, 4, Swim-
ming Club, Tennis, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
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FRANCIS THOMAS KEARY
15 Roosevelt Rd., Newton Centre
Max, Academic, Weeks, Junior Varsity Baseball, Intermediate
Hockey, Intermediate Football, Social Studies Club, 4.
ANN MARIE KEHOE l
63 River St., West Newton '
Kayo, Academic, Warren, Home Economics Club, 4, Chorus, 4.
IDA LOUISE KELLAWAY
41 Chase St., Newton Centre
Pete, Cab, Deedie, Certificate, Weeks, Colby Junior, Legis-
lature, Q, Outdoor Concert, Q, Gym Meet, Q, Senior Play,
Chorus, 2, 4, Verse-speaking Choir.
JAMES JOSEPH KELLER
83 Charlesbanlc Rd., Newton
Bud, Jim, Academic, Day, Diesel Engineering School, Foot-
ball, 3, Newtonite, 4.
JOHN JAMES KELLY
QQ Minot Pl., Newtonville
Frenche, Kel, Business, Day, Bentley's, Orchestra.
PRUDENCE ELEANOR KELSEY
1389 Walnut St., Newton Highlands
Prue, Prudy, Certificate, Hyattsville High, Maryland, Boston
University, Social Studies Club, 4, Newtonite, 4, Verse-spealo
ing Choir, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
ROBERT ARTHUR JOY
'IO Kingston Rd., Newton Highlands
Language, Weeks, Harvard, Alpha Beta, Committee of "88",
English Club, 4, Prize-Speaking Committee, 4, National Honor
GRACE ELIZABETH JOYCE
33 Hamlin Rd., Newton Centre
Gay, Gracie, Academic, Warren, Junior College, Glee
Club, 3, Neophytes, Outdoor Concert, 3, Senior Play, Social
Room Committee, 4, Chorus, Q.
OLIVIA CHARLOTTE JOYCE
48 Derby St., West Newton
Livy, Academic, Warren, La Salle, Chamberlain, Alpha Beta,
Knitting Club, 4, English Club, 4, Camera Club, Honor Roll.
FLORENCE JAMIESON KAHN
54 Shorncliffe Rd., Newton
Flossie, Red, Academic, Bigelow, Business School, Outing
Club, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4.
50 Dolphin Rd., Newton Centre
Mel, Soats Cin winterj, Certificate, Malden High, Boston
PHYLLIS ROSS KAPLAN
526 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre
Kappy, Language, Weeks, Emerson College, Neophytes,
Girls' Gym Assembly.
AURA ELIZABETH KERN
42 Fellsmere Rd., Newton Centre
Certificate, Weeks, Cornell, Neophytes, Drama Club, 3, 4,
Prize-speaking winner, 2.
RAYMOND RUSSELL KILEY
64 Morgan St., West Newton
Shapper, Sailor Boy, Academic, Warren.
105 Green St., Needham
Cal, Caro, Certificate, Weeks, Deaconess Hospital, Home
Room Manager, Neophytes, Sophomore Dance Committee.
19 Nehoiden Rd., Waban
Dick, Nip, Rich, Certificate, Warren, Williams, Home Room
Manager, Q, Camera Club, 3, 4, Orange Book Editor, 4, New-
gonite, 4QPublications Board, 4, Honor Roll, 3, National Honor
MARION GERTRUDE KOEHLER
71 Clark St., Newton Centre
May, Academic, Weeks, Business School, Honor Roll, 2.
58 Auburn St., Auburndale
Dot, Dotty, Dinky, Certificate, Warren, Orchestra, 4, Ensemble,
National Honor Society, 3, 4, Math Club, 4, Outdoor Concert,
JUNE JOSEPHINE KRUEGER
27 Arapahoe Rd., West Newton
Junie, Academic, Warren, Drama Club, 3, 4, Qerman Club,
Z, 4, Outdoor Concert, "Midsummer Nlghl-S Dream' , Newtonite
LEON EZRA KRUGER
24 Arlington St., Newton
Lee, Mathematics, Bigelow, Harvard, Math Club, 2, 3,
Tennis, Senior Play, Prize Speaking, 3, 4, Home Room Manager,
4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Lunchroom Official, 4, Legis-
lature, 3, Neophytes, Newtonite, 4, Junior Forum.
'I1 Arden Rd., Newtonville
P' Ev, Evie, Academic, Mary E. Curley School, Nurses' Training
School, English Club, Home Economics Club, Junior Forum, 4,
Camera Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Drama Club Work-
shop, 4, Glee,Club.
PHILIP MERRILL KYLE
'I19 Austin St., Newtonville
Phil, Pops, Certificate, Day, lndoor Track, Aviation Club.
ARTHUR JOSEPH LA CROIX
970 Centre St., Newton Centre
I'Art, Certificate, Weeks, Cornell, Mechanical Engineering,
ANTIMO ALBERT LALLI
138 Florence St., Chestnut Hill
Smiles, Anty, Business, Weeks, Orchestra.
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JOHN EDWARD LAPPEN
69 Reservoir Dr., Chestnut Hill
Jack, Academic, Brookline High, Franklin and Marshall,
MARY DOREEN LARKIN
499 Winchester St., Newton Highlands
Dorrie, Certificate, Weeks, Colby Junior, Chorus.
GEORGE EDWARD LARSSON
3 Milton Ave., West Newton
PHILIP BAILEY LAVELLE
16 Manemet Rd., Newton Centre
Phil, Academic, Weeks, United States Coast Guard Academy-
DONALD STUART LAWRENCE
57 Elm Rd., Newtonville
Don, Academic, Day, Tufts, Ping-pong, 4, Home Room
CHARLES JUDSON LAWSON, JR.
'IQ Lombard St., Newton
Chuck, Mathematics, Bigelow, M. l. T., Orange Shield, Q, 3,
4, Pingvpong, 4, Senior Photography Committee, Honor Roll,
National Honor Society, 4.
MARJORIE EMMALINE LAMONT
39 Stamiford St., Auburndale
Margie, Midge, Madge, Academic, Warren, Westbrook
Junior, Camera Club, 4, Honor Roll, 9, 3, 4.
ALFRED LOEBER LANDAU
466 Lowell Ave., Newtonville
Al, Certificate, Lowell Tech, Band, 2, Nature Club, 2, Presi-
dent, 3, Camera Club, 4, Newtonite, 4.
30 Williston Rd., Auburndale
Jackie, Certificate, Warren, Garland, Honor Roll, Orange
Shield, National Honor Society, 4,
JOAN NELSON LANDERS
' 89 Collins Rd., Waban
Johnnie, Joanie, Certificate, Warren, Bouve, Alpha Beta,
Camera Club, 3, 4, Baseball, 3, 4, Archery, 3, 4, Hockey, 3, 4,
Legislature, 3, 4.
JOHN ALDRIDGE LANE
985 Walnut St., Newton Highlands
Jack, Certificate, Weeks, Washington and Lee, Home Room
Manager, 2, Junior Varsity Baseball, Q, 3, Varsity Football, 4,
EDNA DORIS LANGILL
'lOO Los Angeles St., Newton
Eddy, Angel, Office Training, Day.
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LOUISE BENNETT LEACH
94 Los Angeles St., Newton
Lou, Academic, Day.
10 Day St., Auburndale
Certificate, Warren, Framingham, Math Club, 4, Outdoor
Concert, Q, Verse-speaking Choir, 4, Chorus, Q, Camera Club,
3, 4, Archery, Math Club, 4.
146 Hammond St., Chestnut Hill
Lefty, Certificate, Boston Latin, Dartmouth, Football, lnter-
mediate, Varsity, 4, Ping-pong, 4.
ARTHUR ELI LEVINE
95 Stuart Rd., Newton
Archie, Language, Brookline, Bates, Social Studies Club, 4,
HOWARD SUMNER LEYLAND
331 Waltham St., West Newton
Blacky, Howie, Academic, Warren, Chorus, 4.
ROBERT WARREN LIMING
48 Ballard St., Newton Centre
Bob, Certificate, Weeks, Harvard, Home Room Manager, 2,
3, Football, 2 3, 4, Co-Captain, 4, Legislature, 3, 4, Athletic
Board, 3 4, Chairman, 4, Executive Council, 4, Newtonite, 4,
Orange Shield, Legislature, 4, Track, 4, Hockey, 4.
CONSTANCE ELIN LINBERG
65 Stearns St., Newton Centre
Connie, Certiliicate, Weeks, Colby Junior, Orange Book, 4,
Legislature, 4, Orange Shield, 3, 4, Home Room Manager,
Basketball, Q, 3, 4, Cavalry Club, 4, Girls' Athletic Board, 4,
National Honor Society, 4.
19 Crofton Rd., Waban
Link, Linky, Pudge, Academic, Warren, Fashion Academy,
Rockerfeller Plaza, Modern Dance Club, 4.
KENNETH JAMES LIND
11 Warren Ter., Newton Centre
Ken, Kenny, Academic, Weeks, Northeastern, Lunchroom
2:duad,42, Baseball, Junior Varsity Manager, Q, Social Studies
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ELEANOR VIRGINIA LINQUIST
16 Shirley St., West Newton
Lyn, Ginny, Ginger, Certificate, Warren, Boston University,
Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, Math Club, German Club, National Honor
FRANCIS STANLEY LITCHMAN
60 Eddy St., West Newton
Stanley, Stan, Litchie, Academic, Day, Boston University,
Assistant Baseball Manager, SZ, Social Studies Club, 4, New-
tonite, 4, Basketball, 9, Honor Roll, 4.
JERRY THOMAS LOMBARDI
14 Murphy Ct., Newton
Business, Day, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy.
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1 PATSY NICHOLAS LOMBARDI
Q1 West St., Newton
Chiel, Lummy, Doc, Ace, Business, Day, Boston University,
CATHERINE GENEVIVE LOPAS
4 Edgewood Rd., West Newton
Cupie, OFFice Training, Warren, Commercial Club, Q, Gym
Meet, 2, Tennis Tournament, Q.
ROBERT FRANK LOVETT
197 l-lunnewell Ter., Newton
Bob, Butch, Certificate, Warren, Boston University, Spanish
ALFRED LESLIE LOW, JR.
Q64 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands
Al, Skip, Jumie, Pro, Business, Weeks, Northeastern, Legis-
lature, 9, Alternate, 4, l-lome Room Manager, 3, Newtonian
Manager, 3, Intermediate Football, 3, Senior Picture Committee.
l CLIFFORD IRVING LOWELL
8 Hallron Rd., Newton Lower Falls
MM' Cliff, Red, The Professor, Language, Warren, Day.
JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL, JR.
160 Pearl St., Newton
Jack, Jimmy, Academic, Bigelow, Northeastern, Chemical
Engineering, Orange Book, Sports Committee, National Honor
RAMONA ANN LUCHETTI
19 Milbourne Ave., Newtonville
Mona, Otlice Training, Day.
ORA CLARA LUPIEN W
211 Webster St., West Newton
Bunny, Spike, Academic, Weeks, Nursing School, Knitting
Club, 4, Home Economics Club, 4, Modern Dance, 4, Glee
Club, 4, Chorus, 4. '
KATHRYN ANN MacDONALD
1079 Boylston St., Newton Centre
Kay, Mac, Office Training, Weeks, Outdoor Concert, 3,
Modern Dancing, 4, Home Economics Club, Q, Christmas Ves-
pers, 4, Chorus, 9, 4, Mid-winter Concert, 4.
KENNETH HUGH MacDONALD
77 Newell Rd., Auburndale
Mack, Cassy, Business, Warren, Leland Powers School of
Radio, Microphone Club, 2, 3, Debating Club, 4.
KENNETH MARTIN MacDOWELL
278 Waltham St., West Newton
Academic, Day, Northeastern, Chemical Engineering, Band, 4,
Aviation Club Treasurer, 4.
ROBERT LEO MacGlLLlVARY
35 Moulton St., Newton Lower Falls
Mac, Business, Warren
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JOHN DONALD MacKINNON
47 Margaret Rd., Newton Highlands
Mac, Don, Certificate, Weeks, Harvard, Track, Q, 3, 4,
Associates, Clerk, 3, Vice-President, 4, National Honor Society,
3, 4, Orange Shield, 3, 4, Orange Book, Publications Board,
Newtonian, Civics Board.
IRENE LENI MacLAURIN
161 Pine Ridge Rd., Waban
Rene, Certificate, Bancroft, Bouve, German Club, 3, Treasurer,
4, Verse-speaking Choir, 3, 4, Newtonian, 3, Drama Club
DONALD MURRAY MacLEAN
32 Channing St., Newton
Mac, Business, Bigelow, Glee Club, 4.
FRED CHIPMAN MacMILLAN
33 Highland Ave., Newtonville
Mac, Academic, Day, Boston University, Glee Club, 3,
Band, 3, 4, Spanish Club, 3, 4, Debating Club, 9.
STEWARD TILTON MacNEILL
Q00 Upland Ave., Newton Highlands
Stewie, Mac, Certificate, Weeks, Brown, Legislature, 3,
Honor Roll, Q, 3, Football, Junior Varsity, Q, Varsity, 3, 4,
Track, Varsity Indoor and Outdoor, Q, 3, 4.
320 Ouinobequin Rd., Waban
Ted, Academic, Warren, West Point or Business School.
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WALTER ARTHUR MAGUIRE
94 Crafts St., Newtonville
Wally, Academic, Day, Baseball, Football.
VINCENT STRONG MANCHESTER
Q73 Homer St., Newton Centre
Vinny, Vin, Vint, Certificate, Weeks, Hebron, Junior
Varsity Baseball, Q, Intermediate Football, 3, Intermediate
Basketball, Q, Legislature, 4, Chorus, 4.
DORIS MARION MANTER
117 Elm St., West Newton
Dotty, Office Training, Warren.
PRISCILLA MARGARET MANTER
117 Elm St., Newtonville
Silla, Academic, Warren, Nurses' Training School.
ELSIE MacDONALD MARCELL
67 Ashmont Ave., Newtonville
Office Training, Day, Boston University, Alpha Beta, English
Club, 3, Microphone Club, 4, Commercial Club, 4.
NIARJORIE RUTH MARCELL
100 Lexington St., Auburndale
Marge, Office Training, Warren. .
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GLORIA MAY MARTINES
151 Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville
Glo, Academic, Day, Academy Moderne, Gym Meet, 2,
Camera Club Junior Secretary, 3, Home Room Manager, 4,
Legislature, 4, Honor Roll, 4.
WALTER JOSEPH MARUSA
31 Williams St., Newton Upper Falls
Walt, Ollice Training, Weeks, Northwestern University,
Football, Junior Varsity.
JOSEPH CHARLES MASCIA
458 California St., Newtonville
Charlie, Academic, Day, Conservatory of Music, Band, 4,
BEATRICE LOUISE MASON
Q43 Pearl St., Newton
Bea, Office Training, Bigelow, Chorus, Q, 3.
FRANK LOUIS MASON
417 Watertown St., Newton
Buck, Flem, Boston, Day, V. P. I.
MARTHA ELLEN MASON
9 Kingswood Rd., West Newton
Babe, Mardie, Academic, Warren, Finishing School, Chorus,
Q, 3,4Senior Play Committee, Social Room Committee, Chair-
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SUMNER JACOB MARCUS
82 Park Ave., Newton
Sunny, Academic, Bigelow.
ROBERT HUMPHREY MARDEN
Q73 Otis St., West Newton
Bob, Whitey, Certiliicate, Warren, Art School, Ski Team, 3, 4,
Social Studies Club, 3, 4.
WESLEY LOUIS MARKOVITZ
47 Brackett Rd., Newton
Red, Wes, Academic, Roxbury Memorial, Prep School, Duke,
Football, 3, Track, 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT REYNOLD MARSHALL
16 Chesley Rd., Newton Centre
Bob, Bud, Certificate, Weeks, Boston Universtiy, Math Club,
4, German Club, Q, 3, Cavalry Club, 3, 4.
CATHERINE VALENTINE MARTIN
Q1 Columbus Pl., West Newton
Kay, Cathie, Office Training, Warren, Chorus, 2, 3, Commer-
cial Club, 2.
DORIS ELLA MARTINES
151 Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville
Do, Academic, Day, Academy Moderne, Gym Meet, Q,
Camera Club, 3, Social Room Committee, 4, Chorus, 3, Out-
door Concert, 3, Senior Picture Committee.
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CLAIRE LOUISE MATHEY
109 Lexington St., Auburndale
Red, Certificate, Warren, Leland Powers, Field Hockey, 9,
Neophytes, Committee of "SB", French Club, 3, Treasurer, 4,
Senior Play Business Committee, Modern Dancing, 3.
JAMES JOSEPH MATTHEWS
8 Raymond Pl., West Newton
T Jay, Jim, Doc, Business, St. Charles, St. John's Prep, Georgia
VERNON MARTIN MATTSON, JR.
96 Phillips Lane, Newtonville
Academic, Day, University of Virginia, Legislature, 4, Foot-
ball, 9, 3.
ELEANOR AMIE MAYER
30 Webster St., West Newton
Ellie, Knee-hi, Pete, Certificate, Warren, Colby Junior,
Band, 9, 3, 4, Music Concert, Q, 3, 4, Outdoor Program, 3.
ALICE ELIZABETH Me-:BRIDE
' 997 Lexington St., Auburndale
Shudda, Mack, OFFice Training, Warren, Home Economics
Club, Knitting Club, 4.
BARBARA HALL McCABE
917 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre
Babs, Pokey, Language, Weeks, Wellesley or Northwestern,
Alpha Beta, English Club, 3, 4, Basketball, 2, Tennis, Q, Junior
Eiohrum, Sfnior Play Costume Committee, Glee Club, Q, Girls'
ELEANOR CLAIRE MCCARTHY
BO Waltham St., West Newton
Ellie, Mac, Charlie, Academic, Pickering Junior, Chamber-
lain, Alpha Beta.
MILDRED FLORENCE MCCONNELL
69 Walker St., Newtonville
Butch, Certificate, Day, Ohio, Wesleyan, Alpha Beta Vice-
President, 2, Archery, 2, Assistant Home Room Manager, 4,
Legislature Alternate, 3.
ROY S. McDONALD, JR.
987 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls
JEAN ANNE McGlLL
17 Eliot Ave., West Newton
3 Jteanie, Academic, Day, Art School, Neophytes, Drama Club,
JOHN WILLIAM McGUINNESS
975 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls
Mac, Academic, Weeks, Honor Roll, Q, 3.
JAMES EDWARD McHUGH
l 439 Parker St., Newton Centre
f - - Jim, Academic, Weeks.
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MARJORIE ELLEN McKEEN
18 Cedar St., Newton Centre
Margie, Office Training, Weeks, B. U. and B. U. Medical,
Commercial Club, 9, Chorus, 9, Outdoor Concert, Q, Girls'
Gym Meet, 2, Knitting Club, 3, 4.
ANNE EDNA McLAUGHLIN
51 Fairfield St., Newtonville
Eddie, Mack, Office Training, Watertown West Junior.
JAMES ROBERT McLAUGHLIN, III
89 Pleasant St., Newton Centre
Jim, Jam, Mac, Mathematics, Brookline l-ligh, Annapolis,
Legislature, 9, 3, Alternate, 4, Baseball, Junior Varsity, 2,
Intermediate, Q, Varsity, 4, Football, Intermediate, 9, Varsity, 4.
KATHERINE DORA MCLAUGHLIN
Q1 Atherton Pl., Newton Lower Falls
Little One, Office Training, Warren.
RUTH MARY McLAUGHLIN
6 Whittlesey Rd., Newton Centre
Rufus, Woofie, Certificate, Weeks, Edgewood Park Junior
WILLIAM ARTHUR McLELLAN
33 Collins Rd., Waban
Bill, Mac, Certificate, Warren, Hebron, Varsity Hockey, 3,
4, Legislature, 4.
GEORGE LEO MCMAHON
306 River St., West Newton
Mac, Academic, Warren.
GERARD SINNOTT McMORROW
96 Dunster Rd., Jamaica Plain
Gerry, Mac, Language, Harvard.
CASSIE LOUISE McPHAlL
595 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls
Kassy, Chassy, Academic, Warren, Bryant and Stratton,
Microphone Club, 2, Soccer, 2, 3, Baseball, Q, 3, Basketball, Q,
3, Social Studies Club, 3, Chorus, 9, Outdoor Concert, Q,
Archery, 2, Knitting Club, Q.
ETHEL MARIE McWlLLIAMS
908 Homer St., Newton Centre
Mac, Office Training, Lincoln, l-lingham.
PHILIP JOSEPH MENELLY
S2057 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale
Phil, Business, Warren. -
75 Lowell Ave., Newtonville
Winnie, Mergy, Pooh, Certificate, Day, Middlebury, Alpha
Beta, Math Club, 3, 4, Band, Q, 3, Archery, Q, 3, 4, I-lonor
Roll, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Junior Forum, 4,
H.-mtiolial Honor Society, 3, 4, Properties Committee, Senior
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35 Canterbury Rd., Newton Highlands
Dimples, Jam, Certificate, Weeks, Colby, Library Club, 4,
Home Room Manager, 4, Senior Play Publicity Committee,
National Honor Society, 4.
43 Brace Bridge Rd., Newton Centre
Jeanie, Certificate, Weeks, Colby Junior, Class Basketball
Teams, 2, 4, English Club, Assistant Home Room Manager, 2,
Alternate Legislature, 4, Costume Committee Senior Play.
EDWIN ALONZO MESERVE
30 Ransom Rd., Newton Centre
Eddie, Red, CertiFicate, Weeks, Cambridge School of Liberal
Arts, Cavalry Club.
HELEN NILES MESERVE '
5 Hamlin Rd., Newton Centre
Scatter, Language, Weeks, Wellesley, Camera Club, Q, Out-
ing Club, 3, Secretary, 4, Tusitala, 3, 4, Junior Forum, 4, Social
Studies Club, Hockey, Q, 3, 4, Captain, 3, Class Team, 4,
National Honor Society, 4.
CHARLES WILLIAMSON MESSIER
176 Warren St., Newton Centre
Bud, Chas, Certificate, Weeks, Junior Varsity Football,
Senior Play Usher.
14 Read Ct., Newton Centre
Quiq, Kewjoy, Johnny, CertiFicate, Weeks, Harvard, Sports
Editor Newtonite, 4, President Spanish Club, 3, Basketball
NORMAN INGALLS MIDGLEY
53 Lake Ave., Newton Centre
Cllvgdge, Mathematics, Weeks, M. l, T., Math Club, 4, Cavalry
EDWARD FABIAN MIEKOSKI
14 River Ave., Newton Upper Falls
Academic, Weeks, Science Activities Club, 4, National
Honor Society, 4.
DORIS LOUISE MILLER
369 Ward St., Newton Centre
Certificate, Boston University, Social Studies Club, 4.
EDMUND GILLMORE MILLER
19 Lewis St., Newton
Ted, Certificate, Day, Dartmouth, National Honor Society, 3,
4, Band, Q, 3, 4, Junior Forum, 4, Tusitala Club, 3, 4, Secretary-
Treasurer, 4, Oriole, 3, Camera Club, 2, 3, 4, Social StudieS
PAUL CARRINGTON MILLER
815 Chestnut St., Waban
Mathematics, Weeks, Harvard, Math Club, 4, Chemistry Club,
4, Intermediate Football, 3, Radio Club, Senior Play Usherf
Honor Roll, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 4.
MARJORIE HOPE MINER
160 Walnut St., Newtonville
Marge, Academic, Day, Chamberlain, Archery, Q, Legislature
Alternate, Q, 4, English Club, 4.
DOROTHY BARBARA MITCHELL
10 Commonwealth Pk., Newton Centre
Barby, Barb, Certificate, Weeks, Lasell, Camera Club, 2,
Knitting Club, 3, 4, Cavalry Club, 4, "Midsummer Nishts
Dream", Gym Meet, Q.
EDWARD JAMES MOAN
Q29 Auburn St., Auburndale
Bud, Office Training, Warren, Northeastern.
MYRTLE LAURA MOCK
50 Broadway, Newtonville
Certificate, DeWitt Clinton, New York, Secretarial School,
Math Club, 4,
ELIZABETH JEAN MONROE
88 Plymouth Rd., Newton Highlands
Betty, Bets, Betso, Certificate, Weeks, Connecticut College,
Library Club 4, Legislature, 4, Cavalry Club, 4, Home Room
Manager, 3, Library Club Reporter, 4.
'l1'l'l Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre
Monto, Monte, Academic, Wyandotte High, Kansas, Kansas
University, Baseball Manager, 3, 4, Spanish Club, 3, 4i FOO!-
DONALD LEIGH MOORE
1457 Beacon St., Waban
Athy, Don, Certificate, Warren, Williams, Debating Club, 3,
4, Home Room Manager, 3, Football, 3, Honor Roll, 3, 4,
Social Studies Club, 4, Math Club, 4, Track, 4, Newtonian,
ETHEL LOUISE MOORE
392 Cherry St., West Newton
Certificate, Warren, Business School, Band, 2, 3, 4, French
Club, 3, English Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 9, 3, Gym Meet, Qi
Mid-winter Concert, 3, National Honor Society, 4.
MURlEL MERILYN MOORE -
8 Rogers St., Newton
ROBERT ARTHUR MOORE
2057 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale
Bob, Joe, Certificate, Warren, Syracuse University, German
Club, Junior Varsity Football, Q, Senior Play Usher.
EDMUND RAY MORGAN
'I8 l-lovey St., Newton
Ed, J. P., Certificate, Bigelow, Annapolis, Math Club, 4.
ELEANOR ETHEL MORGAN
'l2 Newland St., Auburndale
Ellie, El, Office Training, Bigelow, Secretarial Work, Com-
mercial Club, 4.
GRACE FRANCES MORGAN
Q02 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls
Franny, Fran, Gracie, Academic, Weeks, Framingham Normal,
National Honor Society, 4.
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JEANNE LOUISE MORGAN
101 Atwood Ave., Newtonville
J. P., Academic, Central High, Michigan, Cushing Academy,
Knitting Club, Q, Glee Club, 3, 4, Spanish Club Treasurer, 4,
Midsummer Night's Dream", Girls' Chorus, 4, Accompanist,
Boys' Chorus, 4.
RAYMOND PHIL MORK
Q60 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands
Phil, Prof, Mathematics, Belmont, M. l. T., Neophytes, Band A,
Orchestra A, Ensemble, Drama Club, 4, Math Club Vice-Presi-
dent, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
RICHARD JOSEPH MORRISSEY
4 Remick Ter., Newton
Dick, Academic, Bigelow, Track 4, Baseball, 4.
RICHARD WEEKS MORSE
61 Halcyon Rd., Newton Centre
Beep, Dick, Certificate, Weeks, Dartmouth, Football Manager,
9, 3, 4, Home Room Manager, SZ, Legislature, 3, German Club, 4.
RUTH ARLENE MOULTON
416 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls
Ruthie, Office Training, Spoffard Junior, Katharine Gibbs,
Commercial Club, 9, Knitting Club, 3, Archery, 9, Honor Roll,
9, 3, Soccer, 9, Modern Dancing, 4.
MARY ANN MULRAIN
19 Maguire Ct., Newtonville
Mully, Office Training, Watertown West Junior, Glee Club.
PATRICIA CLARE MURDOCK
94 Los Angeles St., Newton
Patsy, Academic, Day, Wilfred Hairdressing Academy.
l ANNA LOUISE MURPHY
15 Winthrop Ave., Newton
Nan, Office Training, Bigelow, Commercial Club, 4.
KATHERINE VERONICA MURPHY
12 Francis St., Newton Highlands
Kay, Academic, Weeks, Framingham State Teachers' College,
French Club, 3, Camera Club, 4.
MARY KATHERINE MURPHY
77 Court St., Newtonville
Spud, Marie, Office Training, Day, Band, 9, 3, Commercial
Club, 4, Aviation Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 9, 3.
PRISCILLA FLORENCE MURPHY
50 Lathrop St., Newtonville
Pussy, Office Training, Western High, Chorus, 4, Archery,
3, 4, Home Room Manager, 3.
ROSE JOSEPHINE MYERS
137 Hicks St., West Newton
Chubby, Academic, Warren, Home Economics Club, Chorus, 4.
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JOHN WILLIAM NEWMAN, JR.
1096 Boylston St., Newton Highlands
Jack, Academic, Weeks, Wentworth.
126 Charles St., Auburndale
Nicky, Office Training, Warren, Swimming Club, Glee Club,
2 Chorus, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, Gym Meet, Q, 3, Mid-winter
HELEN GORHAM NICKERSON
442 Walnut St., Newtonville
Nickie, Boots, Academic, Day, Lasell Junior, Chorus, Q, 3,
Outdoor Concert, Q, 3, 4, Gym Meet, Q, Camera Club, Q, 3, 4.
LENA JOAN NICOLAZZO
Q5 Smith Ct., West Newton
Lee, Academic, Warren.
BEATRICE HENRIETTA NIELSON
43 Gay St., Newtonville
T Bitty, Academic, Day, Newton Hospital, Alpha Beta, Girls'
ANNE FLETCHER NOYES
47 Cabot St., Newton
Language, Balboa Junior, Sweet Briar, Camera Club, Drama
Club Workshop, Social Studies Club, Newtonite.
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JOSEPH FRANCIS NALLY
242 Grove St., Auburndale
Joe, Business, Warren, Literary Agent, 4.
HAIG JOSEPH NARGISIAN
56 Central Ave., Newtonville
Certiiicate, Day, Duke.
DANIEL NEEDHAM, JR.
343 Highland St., West Newton
Dan, Danny, Language, Day, Harvard, Legislature, 2, 4,
Intermediate Football, 3, Newtonian Business Manager, Social
Studies Club President, 4, Chairman Junior Forum, 4, National
Honor Society, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Orange Shield.
Q16 Lowell Ave., Newtonville
Language, Day, Wellesley, Legislature, 2, Hockey, Q, 3,
Microphone Club, Q, 3, 4, Cavalry Club, 4, Home Room
Manager, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
LESLIE HELEN NESSON
1959 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton
Les, Certificate, Thomas A. Edison, Cornell, English Ciub, 3,
French Club, 2.
PAUL EDWARD NEWCOMB
380 Dedham St., Newton Centre
Ted, Newc, Academic, Weeks, Cornell, Alabama, Football,
2, 3, Hockey, 9, Orange Shield, 2, 3, 4, Cavalry Club, 3,
Tra ck, 4, Legislature, 3, Lunchroom Squad. 9. 3.
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KARL EDWIN NYREN
'I7 Charles River Ter., Newton Highlands
Sleepy, Certificate, Weeks, Tufts.
JOSEPH PATRICK O'CONNOR
9 Mullen Ct., Newton Highlands
Comet, Joe, Buddy, Okie, Academic, Weeks, Burdett,
Science Club, Usher, Golf, Track.
MARY ELIZABETH O'DONNELL
55 Playstead Rd., Newton
Certificate, Bigelow, Miss Wheelock's, Neophytes, Drama
Club, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, 4, Girls' Outing Club,
4, Newtonite, 4, Legislature, 4, Drama Club Play, 3, 4, Hockey,
Q, 3, Varsity, 4.
LILLIAN MABEL 0'HARA
136 Hunnewell Ave., Newton
Lil, Academic, Bigelow, Regis, Soccer, 2, Basketball, Q 3,
Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 2, Outing Club, 41 Drama Club
984 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls
Academic, Weeks, Art School, Band, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club,
Q, 4, Orchestra, Q, 3, 4, Outdoor Concert, 2, Outdoor Pageant,
3, Mid-winter Concert, 3, 4.
KATHERINE ANN O'LEARY
23 Wetherell St., Newton Upper Falls
Kay, Kaki, Academic, Weeks.
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ROBERT JOHN OLESON
46 Shornecliffe Rd., Newton
Bob, Olie, Certificate, Day, Boston University, Microphone
Club, Treasurer, 3, 4, Senior Play, 4, Home Room Manager, 4,
Social Studies Club, 4, Head Cheer Leader, 4, Chairman Senior
Play Committee, Orange Shield, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
LOIS ELIZABETH OLIVER
50 Taft Ave., West Newton
Lo, Certificate, Day, Bates, Archery, 9, Basketball, 9, Neo-
phytes, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4,
Drama Club, 3, 4, Drama Club Play, 4, French Club, 4, Band, 4.
MILDRED ALIDA OLSON
4'l Riverdale Ave., Newton
Mimi, Office Training, Day.
MARY CECILIA ORMSBY
204 Ward St., Newton Centre
Certificate, Weeks, Garland, Senior Picture Committee.
NANCY LOUISE OSBORN
132 Brackett Rd., Newton
Certificate, Bigelow, Edgewood Park Junior College,
Basketball, 2, Ping-pong, Q, Gym Meet, 9, Senior Play Committee.
HELEN MARY CATHERINE OTOWCHITS
96 Freeman St., Auburndale
Lady Jane, Academic, Warren, Lasell, Orchestra, 9, Chorus, 2,
3, 4, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, Soccer, 3, 4, Basketball, 4.
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HAROLD PLUMMER PARKER
90 Fern St., Auburndale
Certificate, Day, Warren, Boston University, Indoor Track, 3, 4,
Outdoor Track, 2, 3, 4, Ski Team, Q, Band, 2, 3.
361 Parker St., Newton Centre
Chippie, Office Training, Weeks, Burdett, Outdoor Track, 4,
Tennis, Chorus, Field Hockey, Basketball.
GERTRUDE EVA PARSONS
23 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre
Peg, The Duchess, Office Training, Weeks, Nursing School,
Chorus, Field Hockey.
DOMINIC ARTHUR PATRIACCA
62 Cook St., Newton
Dell, Academy, Day, Science Club, 4, Social Studies Club.
ROGER WILLIAM PATTERSON
32 Maple Ave., Newton
Pat, Certificate, Bigelow, Art School, Newtonite, 9, Ski
Team, 2, Intermediate Football, 3, Newtonian Art Editor.
STEWART BROWNE PATTISON
40 Greenlawn Ave., Newton Centre
Whis' Broom Stew, Old Hick, Language, Weeks, Maine,
Home Room Manager, Q, Tennis, Q, 3, 4, Newtonite, 4.
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HERBERT WARREN PACKARD, JR.
568 California St., Newtonyille
Pete, Academic, Day, University of Virginia, Qnd Vice-Presi-
dent, 4, Assistant Home Room Manager, 4, Senior Executive
Council, Head Cheer Leader, 4, Senior Play Usher, Senior Prom
JOSEPH GERADO PAGLIA
'IO Beech St., Newton
Pegleg, Blackie, Ink Spot, Business, Day, Orange Shield, 3,
Varsity Club, 3, Varsity Football, 3, 4, Track, 3, 4, Basketball,
Baseball, National Honor Society, 4.
LARRY DANIEL PAGLIA
'IO Beech St., Newton
Peg, Business, Day, M. I. T., Literary Agent, 4, National
Honor Society, 4.
WILLIAM WELLINGTON PAINE, JR.
Q5 Sheffield Rd., Newtonyille
Bill, Certificate, Day, Brown and Nichols, Dartmouth, Junior
Varsity Football, Track, Q, 3, Hockey, Q, 3, Assistant Home Room
Manager, Q, Home Room Manager, 3, Senior Play Usher.
97 Pennsylvania Ave., Newton Upper Falls
Mebb, Eddie, Academic, Weeks, Bentley's, Social' Studies
LEONARD BENEDICT PANELLA
314 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls
Lennie, Len, Certificate, Weeks, Bentley's, Math Club, 4,
Indoor Track, 4, Newtonite Sports, 4, Staff, 4, Newtonian, 4,
National Honor Society, 4.
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BERNICE MARY PATUTO
1166 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls
Bernie, Office Training, Weeks, Commercial Club, 3, Gym
Meet, 3, Chorus, Q, 3, Outdoor Concert, 3.
1650 Washington St., Auburndale
Jackie, Jack, Certificate, Garfield High, Seattle, Washington,
Bennington, French Club, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4, Cavalry Club, 4,
Newtonite, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4, Drama Club Play, 4, Gym Meet,
3, Newtonian, National Honor Society, 4.
ROLAND FOLSOM PEASE, JR.
30 Fenwick Rd., Waban
Bud, Certificate, Warren, Dartmouth, Neophytes, Q, Cavalry
Club, Q, 3, 4, Newtonian, Chairman Senior Prom Committee.
CYNTHIA HELEN PELTON
100 Langdon St., Newton
Cynie, Cyn, Academic, Bigelow, Westbrook Junior College,
Gym Meet, Q, Camera Club.
31 Sheffield Rd., Newtonville
Penny, Certificate, Day, Bennington, English Club, 4, Drama
Club Workshop, 4, Gym Meet, 3, Basketball, 3, Property
Committee Drama Club Play.
Q17 Crafts St., Newtonville
Pesky, Academic, Day, Faulkner Hospital, Drama Club Play,
Chorus, Christmas Pageant, Mid-winter Concert, Outdoor
WILLIAM HENRY PESCOSOLIDO, 3rd
Q17 Crafts St., Newtonville
Pesky, Smitty, Bill, Lido, Academic, Day, Harvard, Indoor and
Outdoor Track, Q, 3, 4, Co-Captain, 4, Football, 2, 3, 4,
Committee of "SB", Glee Club, 3, Legislature, 4.
ADA LOUISE PETERS
32 Olde Field Rd., Newton Centre
Certificate, Roslindale High, Vesper George School of Art.
PATRICIA HARWOOD PETERSON
32 Arlington St., Newton
Pat, Pete, Language, Bigelow, Pembroke.
PHYLLIS ARLINE PETRIE
166 East Side Parkway, Newton
Phye, Language, Day, Senior Executive Committee, Micro-
phone Club, Secretary, 3, 4, Legislature, 3, 4, Orange Shield, 2,
3, 4, Alpha Beta, Cavalry Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 4,
Senior Prom Committee, Lunchroom Squad, 9.
RUTH VIRGINIA PHELPS
144 Hancock St., Auburndale
Ginny, Flipsy, Ruthie, Certificate, Kodaikanal School, South
India, Doane College, Math Club, 4.
MARY KATHERINE PHILBROOK
1418 Commonwealth Ave., West Newton
Certificate, Warren, Bradford Junior, Basketball, 9, Gym
Meet, 2, Honor Roll, 9, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
RUSSELL SAMUEL PHILLIPS, JR.
35 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre
Bud, Ace, Doc, Certificate, Weeks, Dartmouth,
RUTH MARJORY PHILLIPS
'I44 Hancock St., Auburndale
Ruthie, Certificate, Hillhouse High, New Haven, Connecti-
cut, Carleton, Secretary of Nature Club, 4, Newtonite Literary
Agent, 4, "B" Orchestra, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
Q7 Cook St., Newton
Gabby, Academic, Day, Basketball Manager, 4, Social Studies
Club, 4, Science Club, 3, Baseball, 3,
SYLVIA CATHERINE PICARIELLO
89 Elm St., West Newton
Syl, Office Training, Warren, Commercial Club, National
Honor Society, 4.
THOMAS JOSEPH PICKETT
- f 53 Amherst Rd., Waban
Tom, Tommy, Business, Manchester, Business College, Camera
Club, Math Club.
RUTH MARY PIERCE
43 Rustic St., Newton
Ruthie, Otfice Training, Day, Gym Meet, 3.
NANCY MARY PITTORINO
37 Cypress St., Newton Centre
Nan, Office Training, Weeks, Commercial Club, 3, 4, Senior
Play Business Committee, Chorus, Q, Home Economics Club.
1221 Walnut St., Newton Highlands
Vie, Academic, Boston University.
BARBARA ANN POTTER
29 Rockwood Ter., Auburndale
Barby, Academic, Warren, Katharine Gibbs, Cavalry Club,
Varsity Basketball, Archery, Chorus.
HOWARD JOHN POTTER, JR.
'I9 Loring St., Newton Centre
Jack, Pots, Certiticate, Weeks, Amherst, Football, 2, 3, 4i
Intermediate Hockey, 3, Legislature Alternate, 4, Camera Club,
3, 4, Varsity Club, 4, Track 4, Newtonian.
WILFRED DOTTEN POTTER, JR.
92 Rockwood Ter., Auburndale
Will, Academic, Warren, Prep School, Intermediate Hockey, 9,
Varsity Hockey, 3, Chorus, Q, 3.
HUGH STEPHEN POWELL
'I57 Charlesbank Rd., Newton
Bud, Captain, Hugo, Business, Bigelow.
THOMAS BROUN POWERS, JR.
59 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre
Pow, Language, Weeks, Washington and Lee, Football, Q, 3,
4, Legislature, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, President 4,
Varsity Club, 4, Newtonian, Hockey, 3.
JOHN WILLIAM POZZI
126 Carlisle St., Newton Centre
Academic, Weeks, Work, Travel, Baseball, Junior Varsity, Q,
Varsity, 3, Junior Varsity Football, 2.
FRANCES MARIE PRECOPIO
67 Border St., West Newton
Fran, Frannie, Franceese, Academic, Warren, Home Economics
Club, Lunchroom Duty.
DOROTHY JANET PROIA
21 Pine St., West Newton
Dottie, Academic, Warren, Secretarial School.
WILLIAM EDWIN PROWTEN
14 Nonantum Pl., Newton
Bill, Prowt, Business, Bigelow, Lowell Institute, Orange
ROBERT ARCHER WOOD PULLMAN
59 Allerton Rd., Newton Centre
Bob, Language, Weeks, Yale, Track, Varsity lndoor and Out-
door, 4, Intermediate Football, 3, Assistant Home Room Mana-
ger, Q, Newtonian, Varsity Club, 4.
LUCILLE WONSON PUTNAM
56 Walker St., Newtonville
Ceal, Academic, Day, Framingham, Camera Club, 3, 4,
Nature Club Secretary-Treasurer, 3, Drama Club Workshop, 4,
Social Studies Club, 4, Drama Club Play Committee, 4.
RUTH LORRAINE PUTNAM
57 Harding St., West Newton
Put, Ruthie, Office Training, Day, Burdett, Social Studies
Club, 3, Legislature Alternate, 4, Orange Shield, 4.
ROBERT SHERIDAN PYATT
317 Tremont St., Newton
Bob, Certificate, Bigelow, Annapolis, Newtonite, Q, 3, 4,
Math Club, 4, Spanish Club, 4, Junior Forum, SZ, 3.
ANNE COLETTE OUIGLEY
5 Harrington St., Newtonville
Academic, Warren, Gym Meet, 2, Field Hockey, 2.
LUCILLE AGNES QUIGLEY
85 Withington Ed., Newtonville
Ouigie, Academic, Day, Chamberlain School of Design,
Cavalry Club, 4, Camera Club, Q, Glee Club, 3, 4, Chorus, Q,
RITA ANN OUINAN
Q5 Washburn St., Newton
Re, Cutie, Office Training, Day, Burdett, Commercial Club, 4,
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RICHARD LEON RICE, JR.
179 Moffat Rd., Waban
Ding, Dick, Business, Warren, Work, Track.
MARY ELIZABETH RICH
137 Waverley Ave., Newton
Academic, Bigelow, Katharine Gibbs.
BARNARD HOWLAND RICKER
327 Wolcott St., Auburndale
Rick, Language, Warren, Harvard Law, Camera Club, 3i
Home Room Manager, 3, Aviation Club, 2.
'IS Normandy Rd., Auburndale
Rickey, Rick, Academic, Warren, University of Southern
California, Gym Meet, Q.
MARGARET ETTA RIDGWAY
36 Riverdale Ave., Newton
Pe55Y, Office Training, Day, Glee Club.
SHIRLEY TAFT RIED
389 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville
Shirl, Academic, Day, Miss Wheelock's, Chorus, 3, Nature
Club, 4, Gym Meet, 2, 3, Outdoor Concert, 3, Senior Picture
Committee, Legislature Alternate, 3, Field Hockey, 4.
MARY ELIZABETH QUINLAN
'IOS Sumner St., Newtonville
Quinie, Language, Weeks, St, Joseph's, Swimming Club, 4.
SHIRLEY ELEANOR RAMSDELL
64 Cook St., Newton Highlands
Beryl, Lee, Academic, Weeks, Boston University, Outdoor
Concert, Camera Club, Aviation Club, Q, 3, 4, Secretary, 4,
PHILIP LAWSON REED
28 Eliot Ave., West Newton
GEORGE VINCENT REYNOLDS I
48 Bowers St., Nevvtonville
Carl, Business, Day, Aeronautical School, Intermediate Hockey.
MARY DOMENICA RECCHIA!
'IQ4 Carlisle St., Newton Centre
Bun, Bunnie, Reck, Mariuch, OFIice Training, Weeks, Chorus,
2, Gym Meet, 9, Outdoor Concert, 2.
JANET MARION RICE
299 Waltham St., West Newton
Jan, Academic, Warren, Garland, Gym Meet, 9.
RUTH ELIZABETH RIGGS
144 Hancock St., Auburndale
Riggsy, Rufus, Certificate, Warren, Drama Club Workshop, 4,
French Club, 4,
VIRGINIA NAILLING RING
1489 Center St., Newton Highlands
Ginny, Certificate, Weeks, Westbrook Junior, English Club,
4, Aviation Club, 4, Track, Baseball, Soccer.
LAWRENCE ANTHONY RISTUCCIA
Q6 Falmouth Rd., West Newton
Babe, Academic, Warren, State Normal School.
39 Forest St., Newton Highlands
Language, Weeks, Wellesley, Alpha Beta Secretary, English
Club, 3, 4, President, 4, Legislature, 4, Library Club, 3, 4,
Secretary, 3, Home Room Manager, 3, Newtonian Circulation
Manager, Newtonite, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4.
WILLIAM KINGSBURY ROBERTSON l
22 Harrington St., Newtonville
' Billious, Weel, Robbie, Academic, Weeks.
ETHEL MARGARET ROBINSON
77 Montrose St., Newton Centre
Otfice Training, Bigelow, Chorus, 4, Outing Club, 4.
GEORGIA ANNE RODGERS
Q4 Gray Birch Ter., Newtonville
Honeychile, Academic, William A. Bass, Atlanta, Katharine
Gibbs, French Club, 4, Microphone Club, 4, Chorus, 3, 4.
FELIX MICHAEL ROGERS, II
398 Waltham St., West Newton
Fee, Mathematics, Warren, Dartmouth, Neophytes, Baseball, Q,
Legislature, 3, Home Room Manager, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4,
Play, 4, Drama Board, 3, 4, Executive, 4, Senior Play, Social
Studies Club, 4.
RUTH MYRTLE ROGERS
35 Cross St., West Newton
Ruthie, Certificate, Warren, Lasell Junior, Math Club, 4,
Lunchroom Squad, 4, Archery, Verse-Speaking Choir, 4,
National Honor Society, 4.
HERBERT STONE ROSENBERG
99 Woodchester Dr., Chestnut Hill
Rosie, Language, Boston Public Latin, Wisconsin, Social
Studies Club, 4.
UDEL K. ROSENBERG
71 Greenlawn Ave., Newton Centre
Udy, Certificate, Weeks, Boston University, Business Adminis-
tration, Band, Q, 3, 4.
IRMA BERNICE ROSENTHAL
107 Madison Ave., Newtonville
Irma B, Certificate, Day, Simmons, Alpha Beta, Q, Chorus, 9,
Spring Concert, 2, Glee Club, 3, Mid-winter Concert, 3,
Spanish Club, 3, 4, Cavalry Club, 4.
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MARGARET MARY SADLER
954 Watertown St., Newton
Peg, Teddy, OFIice Training, F. A. Day, University of Califor-
nia, Commercial Club, 3.
ERNEST JOHN SAMPSON
27 Faxon St., Newton
Miguels, Academic, F. A. Day, BentIey's.
CHARLES GEORGE SANDER, JR.
79 Cabot St., Newton
Monk, Charlie, Sandy, Academic, Warren, Northeastern,
Lunchroom Squad, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 4, Junior Varsity
Football, Q, Intermediate Football, 3.
91 Ivanhoe St., Newton
Satiz, Academic, Brookline, Bennington, Modern Dance
Group, 3, Pageant, 3.
JOSEPHINE JANET SBARDELLI
199 Adams St., Newton
Joe, Office Training, F. A. Day, Basketball, Q, Soccer, Q,
Baseball, 9, Home Economics Club, National Honor Society, 4.
LOUISE ELEANOR SBARDELLI
'I95 Adams SL, Newton
Spud, Office Training, F. A. Day, Gym Meet, Q, Basketball, Q,
Soccer, 2, Baseball, 2, Home Economics Club, 9.
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ELIZABETH JEAN ROSS
57 Fenwick Rd., Waban
Betsy, Language, Warren, Wheaton, Gym Meet, Q, Spanish
Club, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 2, 3, Ping-pong Tournament,
3, Tennis Tournament, 3, Camera Club, 3.
MARJORIE ELAINE ROY
'l6O Walnut St., Newtonville
2 Igllartgie, Marg, Academic, Weston, Home Economics Club,
PAULINE THERESEAU RUFO A
'I7 Chandler St., Newton
Speed, Office Training, Day, Chorus.
ANNE HAUSER RYAN '
38 Ellison Rd., Newton Centre
Academic, Warren, Sweet Briar, Chorus, Q.
FREDERICK JOSEPH RYAN
33 Bennington St., Newton
Fred, Academic, Bigelow, Boston University, Baseball.
JOHN HOOD RYTHER
90 Erie Ave., Newton Highlands
Johnnie, Jack, Mathematics, Weeks, Northeastern, Legis-
lature, 3, 4, Football, Junior Varsity, 2, Intermediate, 3, Camera
Club President, 4, Math Club, 4, Chemistry Club, 4, National
Honor Society, 4.
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ANDREW DANIEL SBORDONE
'15 Cook St., Nonantum
Slim, Academic, F. A. Day, Baseball, Ping-pong.
ANN MARIE SCALISE
'IO Raymond Pl., West Newton
Maggie, Office Training, Warren, Drama Club Workshop, 4.
JANE EVERILDA SCANLON
63 Otis St., Newtonville
Janeyf Academic, F. A. Day, La Salle, Legislature, 3, 4,
Senior Play Candy Committee, Secretary of French Club, 4,
Tennis, Q, 3, 4, Knitting Club, 4.
MARIE LENORE SCHIAVONE
Q8 Keele Ave., Newton Upper Falls
Office Training, Weeks, Commercial Club, Q, 3, 4, Scholar-
ship Roll, 9.
49 Montrose St., Chestnut l-lill
Academic, Garfield Junior, Cavalry Club, 4, Archery.
CAROLYN MARIE SCHULZE
25 Day St., West Newton
Cal, Kay, Office Training, Patrick Gavin, Commercial Club, 4.
EDWARD HERBERT SCHWARZ
7'I Kenilworth St., Newton
Happy, Ed, Academic, Bigelow, University of Syracuse,
MARY ELLEN SCOTT
224 Auburn St., Auburndale
Scotty, Academic, St. Louis, Missouri, Nursing School,
Camera Club, Baseball, Tennis, Volley Ball.
HERBERT BRUCE SEARS
479 Crafts St., West Newton
Mathematics, Fessenden School, Harvard, Aviation Club, 2,
3, 4, Math Club, 4, Senior Play Property Committee.
NORMAN IRVING SEBELL
'l'I Oakwood Ter., Newton Centre
Porky, Mathematics, Solomon Lewenberg, M. l. T., Alpha
Gamma Tau, 4, Ski Club, Q.
ALEXANDRA GENEVIEVE SERAFIN
483 Dedham St., Newton Centre
Alice, Office Training, Boston College.
5'l Newtonville Ave., Newton
Mary Lou, Language, Bigelow, Wellesley, National Honor
Society, 3, 4, Drama Club, 4, Newtonite, 4, Senior Play Candy
Committee, Social Studies Club, 4, German Club Secretary, 3,
Lunchroom Squad, 4, Scholarship Roll.
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JANE ANNE SHOLLEY
81 Sheffield Rd., Newtonville
Smokey, Jan, Certificate, Day, Duke, Drama Club Workshop, 3,
Drama Club, 4, Cavalry Club, 4, Spanish Club, 3, Honor Roll, 4,
Homelt Room Manager, 4, Business Committee of Drama Club
PHILIP KEITH SHUTE
199 Grove St., Auburndale
Plupy, Certificate, Warren, Washington and Lee, Lunchroom
Squad, Social Studies Club, Senior Picture Committee.
BERTRAM ALEXANDER SILVA, JR.
7 Briar Lane, Newtonville
Bert, Certificate, Day, Junior Varsity Football, 2, Intermediate
58 Oakcliff Rd., Newtonville
Scottie, Certificate, Balboa, Sweet Briar, National Honor
Society, 3, 4, Orange Book, 3, Newtonite, 4, Spanish Club, Q,
Drama Club Workshop, 4, Camera Club, 4, English Club, 3,
Social Studies Club, 4.
MARY ISABEL SIMMONS
743 Chestnut St., Waban
Mizzy, Sim, Maria, Simmy, Certificate, Warren, Middlebury,
French Club, 4, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
38 Noble St., West Newton
Chink, Jr., The Kid Sister, Certificate, South Junior High,
Waltham, Katherine Dell, Alpha Beta, 9, French Club, 4, Out-
gcaor Cogcert, Q, Gym Meet, 9, Scholarship Roll, 4, Tennis, 3,
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133 Forest Ave., West Newton
Vin, De Milo, Office Training, Bigelow, Finishing School,
Drama Club, 3, 4, Verse Speaking, 4, Chairman of Senior Play
Candy Committee, Glee Club, 3, Newtonite Proof Staff.
HELEN GRACE SHAPIRO
26 Mandalay Rd., Newton Centre
Language, Weeks, Wellesley, Social Studies Club, 4, Camera
MARY JOAN SHAUGHNESSY
203 Washington St., Newton
Mazie, Rose, Office Training, Girls' Latin.
THOMAS EDWIN FRANCIS PETER SHAUGHNESSY
205 Crafts St., Newtonville
La Shawn, Academic, F. A. Day, Bentley's, Track, Basketball,
2, 3, 4.
ELIZABETH CATHRINE SHERIDAN
1657 Centre St., Newton Highlands
Betty, Sherry, Academic, Weeks, Simmons, National Honor
Society, 3, 4, Newtonian, 3, 4, Tusitala Club, 3, Committee
of "BB", 3, English Club, 4, Home Economics Club President, 2,
Newtonite Exchange Editor, 4.
HANNAH MARY SHERMAN
8 Central Ave., Newtonville
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Corlglrrilllltkleageof "BBL, 31, :OrchestrB?I4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4,
National Honor Society, 4.
CAROLINE BIGELOW SIMONDS
48 Harrison St., Newton Highlands
Cal, Callie, Academic, Weeks, Junior College, German
Club, 9, 3.
DANIEL GEORGE SIMPKINS
'I7 Aberdeen St., Newton Highlands
Donkey, Academic, Weeks, Notre Dame, Golf, 4, Football, 4.
MARTHA ELIZABETH SIMPKINS
316 Langley Rd., Newton Centre
Marta, Office Training, Weeks, Bryant and Stratton, Soccer, Q,
Field Hockey, Q.
WARREN PAUL SIMPKINS
'I7 Aberdeen St., Newton Highlands
Peanuts, Arsheg, Business, Weeks, Bridgton, Baseball, 3,
Intermediate Hockey, 2, 3, Outdoor Track, 2, Scholarship
ALEXANDER JOHN SKENE
63 Withington Rd., Newtonville
Alex, Academic, Day, Brown, Intermediate Hockey, 2,
Varsity, 3, 4, Intermediate Football 9, Varsity 4, Legislature
Alternate, 2, Senior Executive Committee, Varsity Club, 4,
Honor Roll, 4, Golf, 4.
JEAN PHYLLIS SLINGERLAND
57 Charlesbank Rd., Newton
Sling, Certificate, St. Petersburg, Fla., St. Petersburg Junior
DONALD JASON SMITH
46 Eden Ave., West Newton
Smitty, Don, Smythe, Certificate, Warren, U. S. Coast Guard
Academy, Home Room Manager, 2, Orange Shield, Q, Cheer
Eeadgr, 3, Head, 4, Stage Crew, 4, Legislature, 3, Usher Parents'
JANET MARIE SMITH
281 Park St., Newton
Certificate, Bigelow, Chamberlain, Secretary Math Club, 4,
Honor Roll, 3, Chorus, Archery, 4.
ALEXANDERIA MURIEL BLANCHE SMITH
89A Charles St., Auburndale
Smithy, Academic, Warren, Nurses' Training.
JULES WILLIAM SMITS
47 Kensington St., Newtonville
Smitty, Franky, Will, Bill, Useless, Business, Day, Business,
National Honor Society, 3, 4.
AUGUSTO JOSEPH SOLIMENE
Q9 Radcliffe Rd., Waban
Gus, Language, Warren, Harvard, Senior Play, Newtonite, 4,
Microphone Club, 3, 4, Home Room Manager, 3.
504 Boylston St., Newton Centre
Mish,lBuddy, Jim, Academic, Weeks, Navy, Football, 2.
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VIRGINIA ANDERSON SOUTHGATE
79 Hawthorne Ave., Auburndale
Ginny, Gin, Academic, Warren, Art School, Drama Club, 4,
Camera Club, 3, Home Room Manager, 3, Gym Meet, Q, 3.
PAUL FREDERICK SPAULDING
67 Bowers St., Newtonville
Fred, Spook, Gypsy, Fat, Academic, Day, Navy, Lunchroom
RHETA ANNE SPELLMAN
33 Lill Ave., West Newton
Tay, Rusty, Office Training, Warren, Westbrook Junior
College, Home Economics Club, 9.
THAXTER PARKS SPENCER
38 Devon Rd., Newton Centre
Language, Shady Hill, Harvard, Orange Book, 3, Newtonite,
3, 4, Newtonian, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Lunchroom
Official, 4, English Club, 3, 4, Camera Club, 3, 4, Executive
Council, 4, Publications Board, 4.
HARRIET GENEVIEVE SPRINGHAM
139 Oak St,, Newton Upper Falls
Red, Rusty, Academic, Weeks, Deaconess Hospital Training
School, Chorus, Q, Home Economics Club, 4, Commercial
DOROTHY MAY STAMM
'14 Hope St., Waban
Dot, Dottie, Certificate, Warren, Leland Powers, Microphone
Club, Q, Cavalry Club, 4, Microphone Club, 4, Soccer, 9,
Field Hockey, 9.
35 Brookdale Rd., Newtonville
Academic, Day, Mass. Art, Outing Club, 3, 4, Basketball, Q,
3, 4, Baseball, 9, 3, 4, Hockey, 9, 3, 4, Swimming Club, 4,
Soccer, Q, 3, 4, Badminton, Q, 3, Gym Meet, Chorus.
WILLIAM IRVING STARK, JR.
51 Caroline Pk., Waban
Bill, CertiFicate, Warren, Bowdoin, Drama Club, 3, 4, Prize-
Speaking Winner, 2, 3, "Midsummer Night's Dream", Senior
Play, Camera Club, Q, 3, Drama Club, Q, 3, Legislature, 3,
Junior Forum, 4.
'l'I Morton St., Newton Centre
Ned, Certihcate, Day, Syracuse Pre-medical, Harvard Medical,
Home Room Manager, Legislature.
JEAN MARYANN STEWART
380 Waltham St., West Newton
Stewie, Stew, Academic, Warren, Katharine Gibbs, Archery,
Q, French Club, 3, Nature Club, 4, Home Room Newtonian, 3,
Gym Meet, 9, Chorus, 3, "Midsummer Night's Dream".
RUTH MADALINE STEWART
19 Auburndale St., West Newton
Skippy, Academic, Warren, Vesper George School of Art,
Glee Club, 3, Chorus, 4.
PRESCOTT ALLEN STEVENS
9 Stetson Way, Waban
Language, Charleston High, S. C., Harvard, Newtonite, 4,
English Club, 3, Treasurer, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4, Newtonian. '
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ELSIE LOUISE STILES
Q18 Grove St., Auburndale
Ellie, El, Office Training, Warren, Tennis, 9.
CONSTANCE FERN STORM
15 Randlett Pk., West Newton
Connie, Divini, Office Training, Winchester, N. Y., Katharine
Gibbs, Cavalry Club, 4, Microphone Club, 4.
PAMELA MILES STOWELL
83 Arnold Rd., Newton Centre
Pam, Academic, Weeks, Colby Junior, Neophytes, Q, English
gluba 45 Knitting Club Treasurer, 4, Honor Roll, 3, Lunchroom
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ALGENE ALEXANDER STUART
497 Auburn St., Auburndale
Al, Academic, Warren, Prep. School, Duke.
LEONARD ADOLPH SUDHALTER
QQ Greenough St., West Newton
Lefty, Peep, Len, Academic, Warren, B. U., Track, 3, 4,
Band, Q, 3, 4.
LOUISE MARGARET SULLIVAN
114 Dedham St., Newton Highlands
Sully, Certificate, Weeks, Regis, Basketball, 2, 3, Chorus, 3, 4,
Indoor Concert, 3, 4, "Midsummer Night's Dream", 3, Archery,
Q, 3, Hockey, 2.
MARGARET MacKlNNON SULLIVAN
21 Hazelton Rd., Newton Centre
Peggy, Academic, Weeks, Chamberlain School of Design,
1Orange4ShieId, 4, Culee Club, 3, Chorus, 4, Gym Meet, 2,
MARGARET MARY SULLIVAN
94 Wade St., Newton Highlands
Margie, Twinkle, Office Training, Weeks, Social Studies
Club, 3, Aviation Club, 4.
MARY ANN SULLIVAN
175 Mill St., Newtonville
Certificate, Warren, Edgewood Park, Library Club, Neophytes,
2, Drama Club, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Neophytes Play.
MARY ELIZABETH SULLIVAN
116 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill
Betty, Sully, Academic, Weeks, Katharine Gibbs, French
Club, Q, Nature Club, 4, Outdoor Concert, 3, Chorus, 3,
English Club, 3.
JOHN GUSTAF SUNDBORG
19 Baldwin St., Newton
Jack, Swede, Sunbeam, Academic, Bigelow, Dartmouth,
Football, Q, 3, 4, lndoor Track, Q, 3, Outdoor Track 2, 3,
Home Room Manager, 2, Chorus, Q, 3, 4.
VICTOR .IULIEN SUTKER
191 Cotton St., Newton
Vic, Certificate, Weeks, Dartmouth, Debating Club, 4, French
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STEPHEN PAUL TARANTO
93 Wade St., Newton Highlands
Steve, Academic, Weeks, Business School, Hockey, Football.
HARRIET STELLA TASHJIAN
37 Playstead Rd., Newton
Certificate, Bigelow, Katharine Gibbs, Chorus, National
Honor Society, 4.
CLARA AGNES TAYLOR
8 Weir St. Auburndale
Clay, Academic, Weeks, Boston School of Dental Nursing,
Camera Club, 4, Tennis.
ElLEEN FRANCES TAYLOR
144 Hancock St., Auburndale
Dougie, Littleaone, Certificate, Epworth High, Michigan
State College, Tennis, Field Hockey.
ELLEN EDGAR TAYLOR
12 Glastonbury Oval, Waban
El-Bell, Tay, Academic, Weeks, Katharine Gibbs, Archery, Q,
Social Studies Club, 2, English Club, Assistant Home Room
Newtonian Manager, 3.
HOWARD JAMES TAYLOR
31 Berkshire Rd., Newtonville
Howie, Tay, Certificate, Our Lady's School, Boston College
High, Dartmouth or Villanova, Junior Varsity Baseball, 1,
Lntermediate, Q, Varsity, 3, 4, Traffic Squad, 3, 4, Usher Senior
BARBARA EMMA SWAN
75 Grove Hill Ave., Newtonville
Language, Day, Wellesley, National Honor Society, 3, 4,
English Club, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4, Verse-Speaking Choir,
Tusitala, 2, 3, 4, President, 4, Newtonite, 3, 4, Newtonian,
Alpha Beta, Archery.
MAUDE CAROL SWEATT
1046 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls
Office Training, Weeks, Business School.
NORMA LOIS SWEETLAND
12 Madison Ave., Newtonville
Sweets, Office Training, Business, Cavalry Club, Hostess, 4.
RICHARD WILLIAM SWEETNAM
Q56 Dorset Rd., Waban
Dick, Certificate, Warren.
ALLEN RALPH TAILBY, JR.
15 Bemuth Rd., Newton Highlands
Archie, Pluto, Mathematics, Weeks, Northeastern, Legis-
lature, 2, 3, 4, Junior Varsity Football, Q, lntermediate Football,
3, Camera Club, 4, Finance Board, 4, Honor Roll, 2.
JOSEPH ANTHONY TARANTO
23 Wade St., Newton Highlands
Joe, Meatball, Academic, Weeks, Football, Intermediate, 3,
Varsity, 4, Baseball, lntermediate, 3, Junior Varsity, 3, Inter-
mediate Hockey, SZ, 3.
PAUL EVERETT TEAGUE, JR.
'l66 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls
Academic, Hawthorne, Yonkers, N. Y., Chorus, 2, 3, 4,
Glee Club, 4.
MILDRED JOSEPHINE TEDESCHI
963 Boylston St., Newton Highlands
Teddy, Mimi, Mie, Certificate, Weeks, Simmons, National
Honor Society, 3, 4, Spanish Club, 3, 4, President, 4, Home
Room Manager, 3, French Club, Q, Soccer Captain, 4, Honor
Roll, Q, 3, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4.
JOHN ANTHONEY TEDESCO
931 Sheridan St., West Newton
Ted, Academic, Warren, Art School, Varsity Hockey, 3, 4,
Football, lntermediate, 3, Junior Varsity, 9.
ROSARlO GUY TEDESCO
39 Crafts St., Newtonville
Rosie, Academic, Day, M. l. T., Golf, Q, Orange Shield, 9,
Science Club, 9, 3.
JOHN SHEFFIELD TENNANT
336 Cabot St., Newtonville
Johnny, Certificate, Day, Cornell, Duke, Intermediate Foot-
ball, 3, Track, 2.
RUTH CAROL TENNIHAN
'l'l'lO Boylston St., Newton Highlands
Tenny, Academic, Weeks, Simmons, Mass. General Hospital,
Scholarship-Roll, Q, Gym Meet, Q, Alpha Beta, Q, German Club,
4, Outing Club, 4, Soccer, Varsity Field Hockey, 4, Junior
Varsity, 3, Class Hockey, 3.
961 Beacon St., Newton Centre
Theo, Academic, Weeks, Prep. School, Cornell.
HOWARD CLARK THOMAS, JR.
35 Calvin Rd., Newtonville
Howie, Certificate, Day, Dartmouth, Intermediate Football, 3,
Newtonian, Senior Play Property Committee, Legislature
Alternate, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, English Club, 3, Honor
Roll, 9, 4, Alpha Beta, National Honor Society, 4.
IRENE GERTRUDE THOMAS
69 Boyd St., Newton
9 lgonltmy, Office Training, Rosary Academy, Commercial Club,
75 Carl St., Newton Highlands
Jack, Business, St. Teresa, Football, Q, 3, Intermediate, Q,
Track, Indoor, 3, 4, Outdoor, 3.
RALPH WESLEY THOMAS
'IQ Kimball Ter., Newtonville
Tommy, S. A., Certificate, Day, Northeastern, Band, Q, 3,
Orchestra, 9, 3, Microphone Club, 3, Outdoor Concert, Q, 3.
39 Parker Ave., Newton Centre
Fat Stuff, Little King, Certificate, Weeks, Boston University,
Radio Club, Q.
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'I89 Bellevue St., Newton
Burt, Thorny, Language, Bigelow, Harvard, Boys' Chorus,
BARBARA ELIZABETH THURSTON
95 Belmont St., Newton
Babs, Betty, Barley, Beth, Bee, Academic, Bigelow, Bryant
and Stratton, Glee Club, Q, 3, Chorus, 4, Mid-winter Concert, 4,
Bfesper, Service, 4, Outdoor Concert, 3, "Midsummer Night's
BRADFORD WILLIAM THURSTON, JR.
350 Waltham St., West Newton
Brad, Townsend, Business, Warren, Football.
27 Trinity Ter., Newton Centre
Tib, Language, Weeks, Wellesley, Basketball, Q, 3, 4, Tennis,
Q, 3, 4, Alpha Beta, 9, Home Room Manager, Q, 4, Field Hockey,
9, Gym Meet, 2, Cavalry Club, 4, Honor Roll, 2, Senior Play
THOMAS FRANCIS TIMMONS
'19 Beech St., Newton
Tucker, Business, Day.
JAMES JOSEPH TOBIN, JR.
Q5 Walter St., Newton Centre
Joe, Certificate, Weeks, Harvard, Legislature, 9, 4, Alpha
Beta, Football Manager, 3, 4.
ELIZABETH FRANCES TONER
'I4 Lockwood Rd., West Newton
Betty, Certificate, Attleboro High, Edgewood Park, Social
Studies Club, 3, Library Club, 3, Tennis, 3, 4.
JOAN ELIZABETH TORBORG
403 Highland St., West Newton
J.T., Jet, Language, Hamden High, Mt. Holyoke, Social
Studies Club, 4, Honor Roll, 3, 4, German Club, 3, Senior
lgIay,dN2tional Honor Society, 4, Drama Club, 4, Lunchroom
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BARBARA JACQUELINE TOWER
56 Somerset Rd., West Newton
Toby, Language, Warren, Radcliffe, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4,
National Honor Society, 3, 4, Verse-Speaking Choir, 4,
Glee Club, 4, Prize-Speaking, Q, 3, 4, Orchestra, 2, Outdoor
Concert, 2, Junior Forum, 4.
ROBERT ARNOLD TOWNSEND
'IB1 Nehoiden Rd., Waban
Gronde, Language, Warren, Harvard, Honor Roll, 3, Home
Room Manager, Q, Ski Team, 4,
MARGARET ELIZABETH TRACY
'IO7 Hawthorne Ave., Auburndale
Office Training, Warren, Social Studies Club, 3.
MARGARET FRANCES TRACY
'I36 .Iewett St., Newton
Peggy, Office Training, Bigelow, Chorus, 9.
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WILLIAM HUGH TRAYLOR
Q44 Woodland Rd., Auburndale
Bill, Certificate, Warren, Purdue, Indoor Track, 3, 4, Out-
door Track, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
IAN WIGHTON TREFRY
68 Pierrepont Rd., Newton Lower Falls
Trel, Business, Warren, Massachusetts School of Art.
E. PHYLLIS TRIEGER
65 Greenlawn Ave., Newton Centre
Phyl, Phildelphia, Academic, Weeks, Massachusetts School of
Art, Gym Meet, 2, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4, National Honor Society,
3, 4, Literary Agent, 4, Scenery Painting, 4.
ENID CLAIRE TRULL
'IQ Boylston Rd., Newton Highlands
Enie, Trully, Dutchess, Princess, Academic, Day, Kathleen
Dell, Legislature, 3, Home Room Manager, 4, Alpha Beta, 9.
GRACE JULIA TRUMBLE
'19 Jasset St., Newton
JEANNE GERTRUDE ULIN
400 Ward St., Newton Centre
Academic, Weeks, Leland Powers, Neophytes.
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DUNCAN HENRY URQUHART
9201 Washington St., Newton Lower Falls
Dunk, Splash, Certificate, Warren, Bristol County Agricultural,
Massachusetts State, Intermediate Football, 3.
KENNETH MUNRO URQUHART, JR.
2901 Washington St., Newton Lower Falls
Ken, Speed, Admiral, Doc, Academic, Warren, New England
Conservatory of Music, Lunchroom Squad, Boys' Chorus, Home
Room Manager, Glee Club, Q, 3, German Club, 2, 3.
EDITH MAE URROWS
976 Center St., Newton Centre
Academic, Brookline High, University of Alabama, Spanish
Club, 3, 4.
VINCENT FRANCIS VACARELLA
54 Falmouth Rd., West Newton
Vinnie, Business, Warren, Northeastern.
JOHN WILLIAM VAHEY I
38 Mechanic St., Newton Upper Falls
Bunny, Academic, Weeks.
DOROTHY ELIZABETH VAN BUSKIRK
Q3 Winchester Rd., Newton
Betty, Van, Academic, Albert Leonard Junior, La Salle,
Swimming Club Treasurer, 4, Culee Club, 3, Chorus, 3, 4,
Honor Roll, 4.
CHARLOTTE LYDIA WALKER
26 Locksley Rd., Newton Centre
Chickie, Academic, Weeks, Art School, Glee Club, 3,
English Club, 4, Senior Play Publicity Committee, Workshop, 4,
Honor Roll, 3.
GEORGE CLEMENT WALSH
Q7 School St., Newton
Walshey, Certificate, Bigelow, Boston College, Basketball,
National Honor Society, 4.
MARY ELIZEBETH WALSH
103 Worwick Rd., West Newton
Marie, Academic, Warren, Chorus, Q, 3, 4, Outdoor Con-
JOSEPH EDWARD WARD
150 Edinboro St., Newtonville
Joe, Scooter, Business, Day, Bentley Business School.
197 Blake St., Newtonville
Roben, Berta, Ro, Academic, Day, Curry, Soccer, 9, Gym Meet,
2, Honor Roll, 3.
RUTH JACQUELINE WARD
150 Edinboro St., Newtonville
Jackie, Academic, Day, Art School, German Club, 4, Gym
Meet, 9, Honor Roll, Q, 3.
59 Gay St., Newtonville
Max, Mathematics, Warren, M. l. T.
1762 Beacon St., Waban
Kay, Academic, Warren, Wheelock, Band "A", 2, 3, 4.
JEAN PAULINE VILES
Pinkie, Office Training, Bigelow.
6 Orchard St., Newton
16 Chestnut Ter., Newton Centre
Vonnie, Certificate, Weeks, Margot Junior, Alpha Beta, Gym
Meet, 2, Lunchroom Squad, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, Swimming
Club, 4, Assistant Home Room Manager, 4, Honor Roll, 4.
ROGER SEYMOUR WALEN
36 Billings Pk., Newton
Seymour, Hodge, F. W., Language, Bigelow,l"A" Band, Q,
3, Solo Trumpeter, 4, Music Committee, 4, A Orchestra, 2,
3, Legislature Alternate, 4.
BARBARA LOUISE WALKER
10 Omar Ter., Newtonville
Barbie, Babs, Olfice Training, Day, Head Drum Major of
Band, 4, Aviation Club Hostess, 4, Commercial Club, 4.
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MARJORIE EVELYN WELDON
201 California St., Newton
Liz, Marge, Academic, Day, New York School of Dictation,
Home Economics Club, 4, Gym Meet, Q.
ROMONA FEHR WELLS
'IQO Collins Rd., Waban
Manie, Mona, Mon, Certificate, Warren, Colby Junior,
Basketball, 2, 3, German Club, Social Studies Club, 4, Library
Club, Horne Romm Manager, Christmas Basket Committee, 4,
National Honor Society, 4.
JEAN ELAINE WENTZEL
8 Webster St., West Newton
Jeanie, Academic, Warren, Art School.
ROBERT MANDELL WEST
185 Franklin St., Newton
Indian, Primo, Language, Bigelow, Bowdoin, Home Room
Manager, Q, Legislature, Q.
GORDON NAPEAN WESTHAVER
54 Jefferson St., Newton
Gunga, Flash, Academic, Bigelow.
70 Walker St., Newtonville
Certificate, Day, Massachusetts State, Baseball, Q, Gym Meet,
gl Fguoipeteers, Q, English Club, 3, Camera Club, 3, French
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EDWARD ARTHUR WHITE
39 Chandler St., Newton
Abe, Whizzer, Business, Day, Football, Junior Varsity, Q,
Intermediate, 3, Varsity, 4, Junior Varsity Baseball, 2.
ESTELLE ESTER WHITE
39 Crosby Rd., Chestnut Hill
Office Training, Weeks, Kathleen Dell, Newtonite, 4, English
Club, 4, Senior Picture Committee, Honor Roll, 2.
JOHN HOWARD WILKINS
'l'l Endicott St., Newton Highlands
Jack, Willie, Academic, Weeks, Northeastern, Microphone
Club, Q, 3, Camera Club, 3, 4.
1756 Beacon St., Waban
Barbie, Academic, Warren, Westbrook Junior, Basketball,
Q, Soccer, 2, Tennis, Q, Library Club, 3, 4, Social Studies Club,
4, Senior Play Candy Committee, Executive Council, 4.
ELIZABETH CORMIER WILLIS
'lO7'l Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre
Betty, Tracy, Academic, Watertown High, Katharine Gibbs,
CLINTON LeROY WILSON, JR. 4
52 Milo St., West Newton
Clint, C. L., Swansee, Clink, Hitler, Academic, Bigelow,
Massachusetts School of Optometry, National Honor Society,
3, 4, Orchestra, 3, Camera Club, Q.
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FRANK HERBERT WILSON
54 Dedham St., Newton Centre
Frenchy, Willie, Mathematics, Weeks, M. I. T., Microphone
gflub, 3,44, Math Club, 4, Debating Club, 4, National Honor
GENE ANDREW WILSON
44 Ellison Rd., Newton
Willie, Andy, Certificate, Day, Denver University, Legislature,
3, Alternate, 4, Senior Play Committee, Junior Forum, 4, Stage
Crew, 4, German Club, 3, Debating Club, 2, 3, 4, Member-
shjp Committee, 4, Essay Contest, 4,
MARGARET MOST WILSON
4'I Aspen Ave., Auburndale
Peggy, Peg, Certificate, Warren, Massachusetts State, French
Club, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4, Legislature, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4,
Mid-winter Concert, 3, 4, Senior Play, Gym Meet, Drama Club
MARGARET ANNE WOOD
1302 Boylston St., Newton Upper Falls
' Peggy, Academic, Weeks.
30 Orient Ave., Newton Centre
Midge, Margie, CertiFicate, Weeks, Neophytes Play, Drama
Club, 3, 4, Play, 3, Alpha Beta, English Club, 3, Camera Club, 3,
Prize-Speaking Contest, 9, Legislature, Q, 4, Home Room
Manager, 3, Gym Meet, Q.
THEODORA ROSS WOOD
123 Grant Ave., Newton Centre
Teddy, CertiFicate, McKinley Junior, Simmons, Home Room
Manager, 4, Outing Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Varsity
Basketball, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 9, Knitting Club, 4, Nature Club, 2.
LEWIS HASTINGS WRIGHT
96 Dexter Rd., Newtonville
Lewie, Mathematics, Day, Miami, Band, Q, 3, Stage Crew, 4,
Chairman, 5, Lunchroom Squad, 5.
HARRY DUDLEY WRIGHT
87 Athelstane Rd., Newton Centre
Dud, Certificate, Eaglebrook, Dartmouth.
MIRIAM OLIVIA WRIGHT
70 Eddy St., West Newton
Mimi, Academic, Weeks, Framingham Normal, Honor Roll, Q,
3, National Honor Society, 3, 4, French Club, 4, Play Day
Committee, 3, Gym Meet, 2, German Club, 3.
57 Perkins St., West Newton
Academic, Ottumwa High, Iowa, Katharine Gibbs, Music
aching, flee Club, 4, French Club, 4, Spanish Club, 3, Honor
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CONSTANCE ANNE YEATS
'I4 Mt. Ida St., Newton
Connie, Academic, Belmont, Simmons, English Club, 4,
EMERSON ADAMS YOUNG
244 Lexington St., Auburndele
Em, Emy, Business, Stoneham, Lexington, "A" Band, 2, "B"
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FREDERICK IRVING YOUNG, JR.
1272 Boylston St., Newton Upper Falls
Freddie, Academic, Weeks.
LAWRENCE CLINTON YOUNG
787 Chestnut St., Waban
Larry, La, Certificate, Warren, Urbana Junior, Harvard Dental,
Intermediate Hockey, 1, 3, German Club, 3, Camera Club, 3,
4, Ski Team, 4, German Club Outing Committee, 3,
49 Rowena Rd., Newton Centre
Academic, Weeks, Beaver College, Chorus, 2, 3, Camera
Club, 2, Play Day Committee.
162 Fuller St., West Newton
Prill, Academic, Weeks, Katherine Gibbs.
FREDERICK AUSTIN BUCHANAN
1191 Washington St., West Newton
Fred, Freddie, Academic, Warren, Boston University, Track.
ROBERT PECUSEN CAMPBELL
Bellevue St., Newton
31 Beecher Pl., Newton Centre
CHARLES J. CERULLI
30 Thaxter Rd., Newtonville
Chuck, Certificate, Wilkinsburg Junior, Carnegie Tech,
NEIL MELVIN CHENEY, JR.
129 Jewett St., Newton
Bud, Mel, Lance, Certificate, Bigelow, Boston University,
Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Indoor Track, 2, 3, Outdoor
Track, 2, 3, 4.
JAMES coounee DI CARLO '
34 Beecher Pl., Newton Centre
Jimmie, Academic, Weeks.
RUTH MARY EAGLES
299 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls
RUTH MADELYN FILL
41 Central Ave., Newtonville
Certificate, Boston University, Newtonite Literary Editor, 4,
ELIZABETH RACHEL FLETCHER
42 Calvin Rd., Newtonville
Fletch, Academic, Day, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Hockey, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball, 2, 3, Soccer, 2, 3, Badminton, 3, 4, Outing Club,
3, 4, Swimming Club, 4, Honor Roll, 3, 4, National Honor
HELEN EMMA FREDERICK
91 Halcyon Rd., Newton Centre
PAUL NEVILLE GROTH
6 Floral St., Newton Highlands
Academic, Weeks, BentIey's Business School.
BARBARA ETHEL HUKE
16 Chapin Rd., Newton Centre
S llilutikie, Academic, Warren, Amy Sacker Interior Decorating
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Business, Day, Varsity Basketball.
FRANK EUGENE LEPORINI
79 Parker Ave., Newton Centre
Lep, Academic, Weeks, Science Club.
ARTHUR FULTON MORRISON
71 Montvale Rd., Newton Centre
88 Chapel St., Newton
Art, Academic, Day.
JOHN HAROLD NEWCOMB
68 Crafts St., Newtonville
Newc, Academic, Day.
MARY PATRICIA NICOLAZZO
8 Elm Court, West Newton
May, Academic, Warren.
243 Plymouth Rd., Newton Highlands
Kay, Language, Weeks, Barnard, Vice-President of Alpha
RICHARD JOSEPH PROWT
44 Hunnewell Ave., Newton
b Ric? Certificate, Boston Latin, Boston College, Varsity Foot-
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58 Lincoln Rd., Newton
Red, Academic, Day.
WILLIAM RUSSELL VEDUCCIO
30 Riverdale Ave., Newton
Buddy, Business, Day, Harvard.
GRACE CATHERINE WHITCOMB
205 Church St., Newton
Gracie, Kay, Office Training, Needham Junior, Burdett,
Simmons, Commercial Club, 3, 4.
JOHN BRYAN ZUMWALT, JR.
116 Hancock St., Auburndale
Three Star, Business, Pheonixville Junior, Boston University.
CLASSMATE WHO HAS DIED
BRUNO THOMAS CASTAGINO
Died June 20, 1937
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l-lE Post-Graduate class, although its extra-
curricular activities are limited to musical or-
ganizations, has, under the guidance of Miss
Leathers, attained its purpose of enabling students
to acquire further units necessary to enter higher
institutions, Those who are privileged to remain
an extra year at high school are expected to devote
the majority of their time to study, and, therefore,
their activities are restricted. l-lowever, at any
school event one can always Find a number of Post-
Graduates taking a keen interest.
At the present time, there are about twenty-Five
ol them, since several have left during the school
year for another school or for employment. Prob-
ably most of us at some time have been in Mr.
Foster's oFFice and have seen several students help-
ing him. Most of these students are volunteer
assistants who are of great help to Mr. Foster be-
cause they do most of the routine work and leave
him time to do more important business. At the
same time, practical oFFice experience is gained by
the students, experience which will be an asset
when they go into the business world. This year
we have some newcomers to our school among
the Post-Graduate group. They are Bruce Reife,
James Merchant, Luthene Kimball, and Frances
Cushman. Another member of the class who is un-
familiar to us, although he is not new to Newton
l-ligh, is Lincoln Merrill who graduated several
Other distinguished members of this class who
merit notice here are Beverly Booth, former clerk
of the Associates, Sumner l-lotiman of Boys' De-
bating Club fame, Ruth l-lowe, Ed MacDonald, and
Gerlie Doliber. If you look at the picture below,
you will see that someone is missing. Ben de Saul-
niers, whom many of us saw on the Flying rings at
the gym meet, seems to have been discreetly absent
on the day the picture was taken.
Let us not let Miss Leathers's work as faculty
adviser go unheralded, for she has had a great
part in making this extra year valuable for these
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Get Acquainted Party. Q9 - l-lallowe'en Party.
Class elections: president, Phillip Scanlon, vice-president,
Donn Ashley, secretary, Edith Alexander, treasurer, Paul
Sophomore Composition Reading.
1 Q - Back for another year.
Drama Club presents "Twelve Pound Look" at Juniors' initial
Dr. Chope discusses means of prevention of tuberculosis.
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N September 13, 1937, the largest class ever
to enter the portals of Newton High crossed
the threshold of learning and gathered in the
Assembly Hall for the official welcome. There
were, in short, over a thousand of us, all new and
nervous. Mr. Elicker introduced Bob Meyers,
the president of the Associates. Miss Riley ex-
plained the duties and functions of the Guidance
Department and sympathetically advised us all to
consult her at need in 314. Mr. Swan then men-
tioned the necessity of the Orange Book, the guide
to school activities and the so-called Sophomore
"Bible". l-le, too, informed us about the Student
Activities Ticket, a most practical institution.
Luckily, and much to our relief, Mr. Green com-
pleted the welcome by giving us directions for
finding our home rooms.
Our Sophomore year slipped away with amaz-
ing quickness. There were many assemblies: the
Zuider Zee and l-lolland with Fred Robbins, "Why
the Chimes Rang," given by the Drama Club, "The
Valient," with Joseph Schlessinger, given also by
the Drama Club, the Sophomore Composition Read-
ing in which six boys and one girl participated,
and the Memorial Day Assembly at the end of the
year. Then, too, the "Get Acquaintedn Party on
October 1 was very successful. We shall always
remember Mr. Pacl4ard's "l wonder if the 'Big
Apple' that couple is doing over there in the corner
is with or without worms?" The l-lallowe'en
Dance run by four of our members, each of whom
had been junior high school presidents was an
even greater success. We broke records again
when we bought six hundred Orange Books and
when 1303 was ahead in the S. A. T. drive. The
boys supported us well in the athletic field. Betz
was second in the fall Tennis Tournament with Phil
Scanlon a runner up. Johnny Flagg was on the
baseball team and Fred l-lall on the track. ln the
February election Phil Scanlon was elected presi-
dent, Don Ashley, vice-president, Edith Alexander,
secretary, and Paul l-lines, treasurer.
ln June for our next year we chose Brooks l-leath,
president, Edith Alexander, vice-president, Con-
stance Cady, secretary, and Walter l-lurley, treas-
urer. Edith Alexander was also made girls' vice-
president of the Associates and Fred l-lall the
treasurer. We had eight members in the Junior
Forum. We were well represented on The New-
tonite and we had influential members in almost
every club in the school. The presence of the
class of 1940 was beginning to be felt. There
were nine of us on the Varsity Football Squad, our
boys comprised much of the basketball, track,
hockey, and baseball teams. Brooks l-leath was
elected captain of the 1939 football team. Bette
Brady and Alan Michaels played the leading roles
in "Pride and Prejudice." Alan Michaels and
Joyce MacDonald were outstanding in the Prize-
Speaking Contest. Constance Cady, Virginia
Sides, Sally Delano, Phyllis Pollock, Lilian Nardone,
and others distinguished themselves in varsity
hockey and basketball. For 1940 l-lollis Wyman
was chosen editor of The Newtonite and Paul
Elicker of the Orange Book. We do feel quite
ready to be Seniors.
September 'I 2 -
October 28 -
November 9 -
December 9 -
February Q5 --
May 5 -
We enter Newton l-ligh School with three full years ahead of us
Get Acquainted Party.
I-lallowe'en Dance -- we maintain our acquaintances.
OFfices elected: Stetson Mick, presidentf Francis Leone, vice-
presidentf Joan Fox, secretaryf Stanley Collinson, treasurer.
Fourth Sophomore dance,
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T was that inevitable, inexorable, incomparable
morning early in September-the first day of
school for the veteran Juniors and Seniors. But
for us, the Sophomores, the crisp autumn day
marked our introduction to Newton l-ligh School.
We felt like small-town visitors to New York as
we gazed, awe-struck, at the huge buildings, aware
of indulgent smiles from the upper classmen. Some
of us tried to disguise our feeling of shyness and
strangeness and inferiority, but we didn't fool
anyone but ourselves. lt is hard for a chick to act
as if he owned the barnyard when bits of the shell
are still clinging to his pin-feathers.
"lt'Il be cold walking from one building to
another in the winter," prophesied one young
Soph, shivering in anticipation.
"Oh-and when it rains!" lamented another.
"My hair gets so stringy!" From the tone of her
voice one could imagine that she was already pic-
turing herself, dashing umbrella-less from Building
'l to 3, every curl on her head a funnel pouring
rain into her ears.
"Calm down, girls," put in a third. "lf you're
good children and do your work every day, they'll
let you use the tunnels."
Tunnels! we thought. Could it be that Newton
High School was a net-work of underground
passages like the catacombs? Did the students have
to wear lights on their foreheads like miners?
These questions which flashed through our un-
Soph-isticated minds were interrupted by the toll-
ing of the knell which summoned us with a dicta-
torial brazen voice, We hurried in, for, young
and inexperienced as we were, we already knew
that there can be no "talking back" to the school
bell. It is Master. We do not loiter when it
Swarming through the lofty doorways, we rea-
lized that here at last was Newton l-ligh. Newton
l-ligh! A Tradition! A Spirit-almost a Pres-
ence. We could feel It looking us over, wonder-
ing if It could make anything of us, shaking its head
rather sadly at our gaucherie and youthfulness.
As for us, we stopped in our tracks, feeling as if
we had just bumped into Buddha. This feeling
soon passed, however. The inaugural address
had a welcoming ring which put warmth in us and
starch in our backbones. We decided that there
was hope for us after all.
"Everybody's been a Sophomore sometime," we
told ourselves. "lt's like the measles. You've
just got to get it over with and hope you won't
give it to anybody else!"
Soon the Melting Pot had us. We were boiled
down and hammered into shape, becoming gold
crowns or gold bricks, according to our destinies.
Much of us was "scrapped" That part of each
Sophomore which survived the firing, the buffeting,
and moulding will be a Junior next year.
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Dull study daily taught us not alone,
But Beauty, Truth, and Honor have we known'
We shall forget our well-thumbed, dusty books,
We shall remember Friendship's secret nooks.
We shall forget the problem and the text
Which oft our youthful spirits sorely vexed,
We shall remember long and long ancl long, Q '
The Orange Shield . . . Drama . . . Art and Song. '
Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President ......... Karyl Kern
Vice-President. . . . Polly Lewis
Secretary. . . ..... Ethel Schall
Treasurer . ..... Sumner Feldberg
Faculty Adviser, Miss Frances Thumin
LPI-lA BETA, The Sophomore English Club, has found in this
season's members, according to its very competent adviser,
Miss Thumin, one ofthe most progressive groups since its inception in
1921. Founded in that year by Mr. Samuel Thurber, the organization
has grown from a few lone, hardy souls to one ofthe largest clubs
in the school, comprising over one hundred members.
A highly important function, naturally, is that of sponsoring
the annual Sophomore Speaking Contest, in which the more capable
of the entire class recite original worlcs of poetry or prose before
their fellow students. ln return for their efforts each participant
receives a book of his own choice at the March meeting of Alpha
During past seasons many gifts have been presented to the school
by the club, among which was some statuary entitled "The Reading
Evidently, with as ambitious a program as this, the group has
many excellent programs to lure new members to the ranlcs. During
the year Mr. Gluyas Williams and Mr. Edward Whiting, both of
whom are citizens of Newton, entertained the members with tallcs
on their respective vocations, each of which is concerned with
newspaper worlc. A home talent program and various question
bees made the season a well-rounded one and earned for the
present organization a reputation which ensuing ones will find
hard to excel.
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IFTEEN years ago, in response to a student request For more
participation in school government, a constitutional convention
was called, and the Newton l-ligh School Associates came into
being. This organization, composed of every pupil in good standing,
is intended to give the student body an interest in and a responsibility
forthe success ofthe government of its school.
The Associates are represented in the school government by
an elective body chosen by them, the Legislature. Bills, which any
member may have proposed by his representative, must pass both the
Legislature and the Executive Council.
The Associates are governed by a constitution and by-laws
which define certain duties For each of its officers. The President
presides over meetings of the Legislature and appoints the student
members of the administrative boards. ln his absence his duties
devolve First upon the boys', then upon the girls' vice-president.
The latter are members of the Civic Aifairs Board and preside,
respectively, at the boys' and girls' assemblies. The Clerk of the
Legislature is responsible for a journal of its proceedings ancl for
its correspondence, with the president and the Faculty supervisor,
he is the immediate connection between the Legislature and the
Executive Council. The Treasurer, who is an assistant to the Bursar,
is the supervisory agent of the various activity treasurers.
Officers of the Associates
President ........ William Babb
Girls' Vice-President Edith Alexander
Boys' Vice-President Donald McKinnon
Clerk ..... . . Anne Cady
Treasurer ....... Gino Castoldi
Mr, Paul E. Eliclcer
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Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President ..... Elizabeth Dolan
Vice-President ...... Bruce Sea rs
Secretary ..... Shirley Ramsdell
Treasurer . . . Kenneth MacDowell
. . . Daniel Willard
l-lE purpose of this club is to develop interests in all phases of
aviation. Activities vary from year to year, depending upon
the inclinations ofthe members. One of the established procedures
is to invite outstanding personalities in aviation to the monthly
club meetings. Frank l-lawks, Joshua Crane, l-lenry I-larris, John
Shobe, Ellsworth Benson, William Ramsdell, Richard Babcock,
Joseph Garside, Eugene Vidal, Nancy Love, Teddy Kenyon,
Margaret Kimball, and Daisy Kirkpatrick are a representative group of
the club guests ofthe past few years.
Flying at nearby airports, either as a passenger or as a student-
pilot, enables members to observe actual aviation operations. Dual
training costs are low. One of our former members with several
hundred Flying hours to his credit is now a First-year student at
The usual Field trips include the United States Naval Reserve
Base at Squantum, the Army Base at Boston Airport, United States
Weather Bureau, and the M. l. T. Weather Station.
A report of the club activities was sent to the Rockefeller
Foundation, investigating Flight training for young people in the
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H OME on Newton!" "Only two yards to go!" "Fight, team,
fight!" A breathless suspense, then - "TOUCH-lDOWNl"
Roars, cheers, cowbells. Everyone is hugging every one else, and
yelling until hoarse. Above the bedlam is heard the Band as it
strikes up into a jubilant march. No game would be complete without
it, for it gives courage to the players and enthusiasm to the crowd.
Nobody can resist its stirring rhythm and it is difficult not to jump
up and begin marching oneself.
Besides being thrilling to listen to, it is fun to be in the Band,
even if one plays only a triangle. ln football times, led by charming
drum-majors, the forming of letters is exciting.
Mr. Lingo believes that the Band is one of the most important
activities of school, for it is a necessary factor at every football game
and is popular at assemblies and concerts. Everyone with any musical
ability should become a member. lt is true that each year new
members are added, but, because of graduation, many of the trained
ones leave, and the Band must be organized over again. lf all the
excellent material that comes from Junior l-ligh Schools should join
the Band, this would not be as tedious a task to perform. ln spite
of difficulties, however, the Band has flourished gallantly, and
Newton hopes for its continued success in the future.
Officers and Calendar
Drum Major .... Barbara Walker
Assistant Drum Major Eleanor Mayer
Conductor , . .Mr. J. Collins Lingo
ln addition to playin at all the
home football games ancl ff-ie Newton-
Waltham game, the following are the
other performances of the Band:
January 17, Taxpayers' Concert
March 3, Mid-Winter Concert
March 3'l, Gym Meet
May 'l'l, Outdoor Field Day
May 30, Memorial Day
This year is the first time our High
School Band has played in the
Memorial Day Parade.
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Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President ........ John Ryther
Vice-President .... Howard Jones
Secretary . . . . . Jean Hamant
Treasurer ....... Ned Goode
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Sterling Williams
HE last few years have seen the influx into Newton High School
of a veritable host of student photography enthusiasts. These
vary from the passive Brownie, content with its summer snapshots,
to the active Leica, ever in search of the unusual, from an unusual
angle. They have one thing in common: all enjoy discussing their
hobby, comparing prints, or criticizing others. To realize this
interest, the Camera Club for a number of years has endeavored to
present programs both entertaining and instructive, and at several
meetings has offered cash prizes for pictures adjudged of particular
Each spring the club sponsors a school-wide contest, open to
all, and last year, through the initiative of various members, it organ-
ized an annual State-Wide High School Contest, held this year at
The club has been fortunate in its speakers this year. Hugh
Cheyne, a graduate of Newton High now in the Alfred Brown
Studios, described the construction and merits of the available types
and kinds of cameras. Mr. Baily of radio fame pointed out the
values of objective picture taking. Mr. Thurston of the Agfa-Ansco
Corporation consented to submit to the club's queries his knowledge
of the subject. The last meeting was entertained by the brilliant
colored slides of Mr. Shelton of the Agfa-Ansco Corporation.
T was only yesterday that the horse and buggy was a familiar sight
on every highway. The horse was used generally as a means of
transportation and communication, for the wealthier classes, it was
something to ride over meadows and Fields on a lox hunt. With
the invention of the automobile, the horse has been replaced by a
metal, gasoline-consuming creation that surpasses it in strength and
speed, but is a poor substitute as an amusement. lt is far more
enjoyable to ride horseback than to sit behind glass windows,
operating mechanical devices. Fresh air clears muddled heads,
as one goes cantering across Fields, nothing seems important back
in that world of routine, here is life, Filled with the sound of the
wind and the horse's hoofs.
The Cavalry Club seeks to give its members opportunities to
ride and an enjoyment that they will continue to have after gradua-
tion. lts meetings are planned to increase their knowledge of horse-
manship. Club groups attend polo games where professionally
excellent riders may be observed. Speakers at monthly meetings
relate a variety of worth-while experiences.
The Cavalry Club was asked to submit to the National Youth
Magazine, Chicago, Illinois, an article describing club activities,
which will appear in an early issue.
Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President ...... Nadylis Dalton
Vice-President . . . Kathleen Gordon
Secretary ..... Jacqueline Borre
. Norma Sweetland
Hostess. . .
Treasurer ..... Virna Farrington
Adviser . . . Daniel P. A. Willard
October 'lO, Myopia Club Drag
October 13, Mr. Frederick Hussey-
October Q9, Boston l-lorse Show
November 'lO, Mr. Thomas Boyle-
December 8, Bits and Bridles
December 17, Polo Matches
January 5, Miss Katherine Curtis
February 4, Polo Matches
February 9, Major General Daniel
Needham - Polo
March 8, Polo Matches
April 13, Training l-lorses - United
States Army Fort Riley, Kansas
May 6, Good l-lands Contest Awards
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LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President . ..... Constance Elrod
Vice-President . . . Margaret Wilson
Secretary ..... . . Jane Scanlon
Treasurer . . . . . Claire Mathey
Adviser .... Miss Roberta Miller
The meetings of Le Cercle Francais
are usually spent in singing French
songs, listening to travel talks, seeing
motion pictures of France, and play-
ing French games. Miss White
spoke of her voyage to Brittany last
summer, showing many interesting
French articles. Moving ictures
were shown by Miss Leathlers of
her trip in England and France.
"JE suis, tu es, il. . 'P Bois, buvant, bu? Partir 6 or de? Je n'en
peux pas mais! Je n'en peux plus!" So moans the struggling
French student. No wonder he is exhausted. Pecaire! To him the
language consists of idiom lists and grammar rules, each with a
hundred exceptions. lt is something that he has never tried to speak,
because every letter and word seemed awkward. lf he could
only realize that by listening to and attempting to speak French he
would obtain a better understanding of the language, perhaps he
would cease to regard a foreign tongue as something infinitely
inferior to English and impossible to piece together.
Le Cercle Francais, by having all its meetings conducted in
French, gives one an opportunity both to hear French and to attempt
to talk it. Even if he is not able to say more than "oui" or "non,"
"cela ne fait rien." l-le gains a better knowledge of France and her
people by singing French songs, playing games, hearing speakers
who tell of their travels in France and the customs there.
lt is also amusing to drop all English expression for a few hours,
and struggle to say something intelligent in a foreign tongue. lt
is fatal to turn English slang into French, but ridiculous to attempt
the opposite. At first one finds himself limited in his vocabulary,
but that is greatly increased by being a member of the French Club.
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l-IOUGI-l only in the First year of its existence, the Chemistry
Club has proved to be one of the most popular organizations
in the school, if one is to judge by the number of students desiring
to enter the club. lts aim has been to give pupils interested in
chemistry an opportunity to further their knowledge in this field
by personal investigation in the laboratory where, under the super-
vision of Mr. l-lall, the experiments were instructive as well as
highly enjoyable. ln order to facilitate this plan of individual
experimentation, it was decided to limit the membership to ten seniors
who have satisfactorily completed one year of chemistry, and to
four juniors who are taking chemistry during the year. This year
tests were made of the City of Newton's drinking water, the results
of which were tabulated by the members. Lead, mercury, and coffee
were also analyzed by these embryo scientistsf they found that one
brand of coffee nationally advertised to be free of caffein was indeed
practically rid of this substance, but that cheaper grades of coffee
contained a great deal of it. Naturally, this was but one phase
of the enthralling work done by the lucky members of the club
during the year, and even greater things are believed to be in store
in the coming year. At the conclusion of this very successful season,
a party was held to the great enjoyment of all.
Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President ...... George Colan
Secretary-Treasurer Walter Hartford
Faculty Adviser . . John C. Hall
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Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President ......... Mary Flynn
Vice-President . . . Dorothy Doucette
Secretary . . . . Beverly Franzen
Treasurer ........ Betty Dolan
Faculty Adviser, Marion B. McGuire
HE Commercial Club was in existence long before the schools
were consolidated into what is now known as our Newton
l-ligh School. At that time both boys and girls could join, but
gradually it became an all-girls' club.
The purpose of the club is to stimulate an intelligent interest
in business and social life and to promote among its members a
friendly attitude toward each other and each other's worlc. This
helps to develop both personality and character.
Each year there is conducted by the club a typewriting contest
to determine the best typist in the club. This year the First prize of
Five dollars was awarded to Irene Thomas in the junior-senior
division, while two dollars went to Anna Bibbo, winner ofthe
sophomore contest. Second prizes went to Mary Flynn and Mary
The most interesting speakers whom the club had For guests
were Professor and Mrs. Champagne, popular Boston dancing
teachers. Two beauticians, Miss Campbell and Miss Keene, from
R. l-l. White's Beauty Salon demonstrated the proper technique
in make-up application. Moving pictures of historic and Famous
places in England were shown to the club by Miss Leathers.
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l-llS year, as in the past, the Debating Club has continued what
seemed to its members to be the fairest policy, in that each
member is allowed to participate in one or more debates, according
to his inclinations. The members believe this has been proved
definitely superior to the one team policy still followed by many
During the past season much emphasis was placed on foreign
affairs as they directly concern the United States' well-being, the
justification of l-litler's various coups in Europe being quite heatedly
discussed at one meeting. Undoubtedly the club was extremely
fortunate this year in having debated on various subjects with
Watertown, Quincy, Malden, and Arlington.
Guests of the Social Studies Club at one meeting, a few members
presented the advantages and disadvantages of a projected Anglo-
American military alliance.
As a result of these numerous debates, it was the general
consensus of opinion on the part of all that this has been a banner
year for the club, for not only was the approbation of the audiences
great, but the membership was increased during the year. On this
score it might be well to add that with the ban on girls lifted, the
members of the club believe that it is not too much to hope that at
last the club is on the upward path under the able and understanding
leadership of Mr. l-lolmes, and they look forward to the coming
year with even greater prospects in view.
Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President . .Robert Rutherford Clark
Vice-President Franklin O. l-loughton
Secretary ..... Frank E. Dowcett
Treasurer ...... Robert L. Clark
Faculty Adviser, Frederick O. Holmes
Number of Members ...... Q6
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Officers for the Season 1938-1938
President ........ William Stark
Vice-President ..... Nancy Blake
Secretary ..... Constance Elrod
Treasurer ...... Richard Grimm
Executive Committee consists of the
above, Mary Louise Shadman, and
Adviser . . Mary Louise Wetherbee
Following are the Drama Club
performances for 1938-1939:
November 16, "Twelve Pound Look"
for the Juniors.
December 'I, "Dust of the Road"
given for the Club.
December 91, "Why the Chimes
Rang" for the Sophomores.
March 10, 11, "Pride and Prejudice
April 6, "Standing Room Only"
given for the Club.
June 2, 3, "Pirates of Penzance
CTING, to some people, means successfully imitating a violent
emotion by means of a thick English accent. Their idea of the
actress is an intangible creature with long hair and a Fiery temper-
ament, who dramatically surrenders to Fate and commits suicide.
l-lowever, there are other actors and actresses that look only normal,
and whose love for the stage is serious and real. They act for the
thrill of portraying successfully another character, to feel the audience
react, to smell the grease paint, and to see the black pit beyond the
Of such a group are the members in the Drama Club. Miss
Wetherbee encourages them in plays, and through her direction
they perform them excellently. Every month an entertaining program
is presented. "Standing Room Onlyf' by Charles Mergendahl, for-
merly of Newton l-ligh, was enjoyed tremendously. Leighton
Rollins spoke at the May meeting about his summer theatre in New
York. Every member in the club has a chance to try out for each
play and to assist in its production.
Part of the Club is the Drama Club Workshop with many members
more interested in the backstage view of the theatre than the front.
With Mr. Peterson, as adviser, this organization has been a firm
power behind the actors and actresses, supporting them with
costumes, scenery, and make-up. They also have speakers and
demonstrations giving them valuable information.
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N this modern world of short skirts, careers for women, and
jitterbugs, it is hard to imagine that era when dresses resembled
nightgowns, when to be a wife was the only success, and when
swing music was a minuet sweetly played on the violin. Newton
l-ligh was fortunate to peek into this unbelievable past when it
saw the Drama Club play, "Pride and Prejudice."
We saw Mr. Bennet, trying vainly to silence his fluttery wife.
We admired their daughters: the sensible Elizabeth, beautiful Jane,
and giggling Lydia. The eligible young bachelors were the proud
Mr. Darcy, the lovable Mr. Bingley, the rakish Mr. Wickham, and
the unfortunate Mr. Collins.
We heard: "lt is the custom of young ladies to say 'no' when
they mean Kyes'." "And we have no son, as possibly you remember."
"But her face!" "You know how little regard gentlemen have now-
adays for sense in young ladies." "l love uniforms - military ones!"
We applauded the realistic portrayal of Elizabeth's prejudice
and Darcy's pride, Mrs. Bennet's convincing whimpers, Mr. Bennet's
explosiveness, an:l the excellent acting of everyone.
The costumes, scenery, and the properties quickly changed
1939 into 'l8'IO. Congratulations are owed Miss Wetherbee for
obtaining all these excellent results by her hard work and unending
patience with the cast.
Pride and Preiudice, by l-lelen
Jerome, is taken from the novel by
Jane Austen. lt is in the period of
the Napoleonic Wars, and the setting
is in England.
Cast of Characters
Mr. Bennet ..... Richard Warren
Mrs. Bennet .... Constance Elrod
Elizabeth Bennet .... Bette Brady
Jane Bennet .... Mavise l-layden
Lydia Bennet . . . . .Nancy Blake
Mr. Darcy . . , Alan Michaels
Mr. Bingley. . . , . Dick Grimm
Mr. Collins. . .... Paul Elicker
Mr. Wickham ...... Leon Kruger
Charlotte Lucas Winifred Greenleaf
Lady Lucas ..... Jacqueline Paul
May Newton l-ligh some day see
many of these names in bright lights
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
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Officers for t
President . . .
Treasurer . . .
he Season 1938-1939
. . . . . Jean Robert
. . . . 'Howard Jones
. . Anne Favinger
. . . Prescott Stevens
Chairman, Program Committee
t Jean Hamant
Chairman, Prize-Speaking Committee
Chairman, Essay Committee
Chairman, Verse Committee
HE oldest and one of the best known of Newton High School's
clubs was founded twenty-seven years ago by Charles Swaine
Thomas, then head of the English Department and, since, professor
at Harvard University. During its existence the English Club, besides
presenting to its members programs of educational and literary interest,
has initiated and sponsored various activities which are open to
all juniors and seniors. The evening of the Finals in the Junior-
Senior Prize-Speaking Contest is a varied program including the
presentation of Newtonite Charms. The spring Senior Assembly is
the occasion of the prize awards to the winners of the Essay and
The success of two changes of this year has been marked.
The Club has prospered in its increased male membership and in
the planning of programs of a more universal interest. lt has given
its attention to the problems and achievementsxof the Grenfell
Mission, the education ofthe blind at Perkins Institute, and interesting
new books we are now reading, and the beauties, in colored motion
pictures, ofthe Britishers' homeland. In December teams were chosen
for an old-fashioned spelling bee, and in February, with visitors
from Brookline High School, a "Professor Quiz" program was
presented. The vital and progressive spirit ofthe Club is to a great
measure due to its adviser, Miss Louise Richardson.
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l-lE English Club annually sponsors several contests. The First
of these is, no doubt, the Prize Speaking. Eight students are
chosen by two preliminaries to deliver memory selections at the
Prize-Speaking program. ln addition, there are other features on
this program: this year, the Verse-Speaking Choir, a woodwind
quintet, a string quartet, and the awarding of the Newtonite charms.
The contestants were Leon Kruger, Joyce MacDonald, Virginia
Gardner, Elizabeth Dasey, Alan Michaels, Constance Elrod, Barbara
Tower, and Mavise l-layden. Elizabeth Dasey was awarded First
prize for her stirring rendition of "The l-larp-Weaver," by Edna
St. Vincent Millay. The judges were Mrs. Paul E. Eliclcer, Rev.
Ben Roberts, and Mr. E. Donald Robb.
The Essay Contest had more than sixty entries this year. These
were judged by two groups oi the English Department faculty,
and some of the winning ones 'were read in a Senior Assembly.
The Verse Contest was conducted on the same basis as the Essay
This year a contest to design a new book-plate For the English
Club gifts to the library was held. Miss Clara L, Chapin was judge
The success of these contests is largely due to Miss E. Louise
Richardson. No praise or reward could amply repay her For her
Winners of the Prize Speaking
First Prize ..... Elizabeth Dasey
Second Prize ..... Barbara Tower
Honorable Mention . Mavise l-layden
Winners of the Essay Contest
Allene Crissey, June Kruger, Robert
Marden, Katherine Andersen, William
Starlc, Mary Louise Crain, Mary
Louise Shadman, Fannie-Scott Sim-
mons, Myrtle L. Mock, l-lannah Sher-
man, and Caroline Perry.
Winners of the Verse Contest
First Prize ......... Betsy Fox
Second Prize. . . . . Barbara Beyer
Winner of the Book-Plate Contest
Miss E. Louise Richardson
Faculty Speaking Advisers, Miss l-lelen
B. Lee, Mr. T. Jerome Cutting.
ENGLISH CLUB CONTESTS
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Members of Executive Council
Mr. Raymond A. Green
Mr. Maynard Maxim
Mr. Samuel Thurber
Mr. Charles B. Harrington
s Margaret South
s Gladys Bigelow
Mrs. Grace S. Kuntz
F. E. Wilson
s Emily P. Burdon
s Cora E. Riley
s Hazel White
Robert R. Clark
F Herbert Bernard
Mr. Paul E. Elicker
N conjunction with the Legislature, the Executive Council forms the
government of the Newton High School. It has power to lay
taxes on the various organizations in order to create a general fund,
grant charters, initiate and approve legislation, pass emergency
measures, and make appropriations from the fund. On the whole,
it exerts control over all student aFFairs as the highest governing body
in the school. The Executive Council is composed of the student
and honorary presidents of the Associates, the Executive Secretary,
the clerk of the Legislature, and student and faculty representatives
ofthe administrative boards: Publications, Girls' and Boys' Athletics,
Civic and Social Atfairs, Finance, Music, and Dramatics. Through
these boards the Council is enabled to work in the spheres represen-
SOCIAL AFFAIRS: Miss South, Miss Leiter, Mr. Clark, William Babb, Constance
Elrod, Herbert Packard.
Mr. Kidger, Mr. Foster, Mr. Paige, Herbert Bernard.
Mr. Thurber, Miss Bates, Miss Robinson, Thaxter Spencer,
Donata Cellucci, Donald MacKinnon.
BOYS' ATHLETICS: Mr. Maxim, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Steinhope, Robert Liming,
Kendall Fisher, Gilbert Gould.
GIRLS' ATHLETICS: Mrs. Kuntz, Miss Miller, Miss Simon, Barbara Beyer, Katherine
Andersen, Constance Linberg.
FINANCE: Mr. Maxim, Mr. A. C. Johnson, Miss Hood, Florence
Butchart, Vincent Manchester, Allen Tailby.
MUSIC: Mr. Harrington, Miss White, Mrs. Johnston, Robert Clark,
Roger Walen, Mary Louise Shadman.
DRAMATICS: Miss Bigelow, Miss Church, Mr. Lingo, Felix Rogers, Mary
Gillespie, Samuel Thomson.
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UE to the great interest in German this year, the German Club
has grown, from the few members in 1933, when the club was
started, to the present status of thirty-five members. The majority
of the group this year are First year German students, a very encourag-
The programs for the year have been varied and interesting.
The October and November meetings were devoted to getting
acquainted and to the appointment of various committees. For the
January meeting the members were very fortunate to have Professor
Haskell of Boston University come to talk to them about Germany
as he knows it. This was very interesting to all, as there were many
slides of famous places and people.
For the February meeting the club went to the Harvard Germanic
Museum and enthusiastically proclaimed the program committee's
choice. The members were entertained by interesting information
about the statuary there given by the director's assistant. They then
went to see the famous glass flowers at Agassiz Hall. The
successful year of 1938-1939 ended with a dinner party at a German
restaurant in Boston.
It is sincerely hoped that the German Club will continue to
increase in size and affluence in the years to come. Under the
capable guidance of Mr. Packard this is certain.
Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President ...... Miriam Brightman
Vice-President .... Hollis Wyman
Secretary ..... Morton Harrington
Treasurer ...... lrene MacLaurin
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Kenneth Packard
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Mr. Haydn Morgan
Following are the events the
Cilee Club participated in for the
December 'I 'l
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-Christmas Vesper Ser-
- Rotary Club
- Kiwanis Club
- Christmas assembly
The City Hall and
Eastern Music Educa-
tors Conference at
the Hotel Statler
"Pirates of Penzance"
VERYONE likes to sing, even if he is only able to murmur some
unrecognizable tune. Many people drift through school content
to hum a threadbare song a little off key, but ambitious ones with
pleasing voices wish to learn to sing well, and they are selected
for the Glee Club. There they find an enthusiastic group, all sing-
ing songs ranging from sailor chanteys and spirituals to secular and
church music. They meet regularly twice a week, and for one hour
everyone can practice vocal exercises, ancl sing to his heart's content.
Because of its excellent reputation, the Glee Club has many
opportunities to sing outside. At Christmas, the City Hall and
the Newton Hospital echoed with carols. They sang in the high
school vesper carol service, and also at the Kiwanis and Rotary
Clubs. Then they were invited to sing at the Eastern Music Educators
Conference in Boston. On three days the members left school early
and by bus went to the Hotel Statler, where by demonstration, they
illustrated various vocal techniques and read new music.
ln the school concerts the vocal groups combine. The Glee
Club sang in the Christmas Play, and also for the Newton Community
Forum. The final appearance of the year was the operetta, "Pirates
of Penzance." Due to its members' co-operation, and Mr. Morgan's
inspiring direction, the year 1938-39 has been a most successful
one for the Glee Club.
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l-IE membership of this club is limited to forty girls who are taking
some subject in the l-lome Economics Department. lts meetings
naturally pertain to the home and include discussions on foods,
clothing, good taste in dress, etiquette, problems of home decoration,
and child care. The girls enjoy these very much-and perhaps
are more prepared for future wifehood,
At the November meeting, the club was entertained by tallcs,
given by members, on Thanlcsgivings of the past. The dining-room
in building two was set for a formal Thanksgiving dinner. At the
close of this meeting, the members joyfully ate the cider and doughnuts
ln December, one of the faculty advisers, Miss Alice A. Alden,
addressed the club. Following this, the members indulged in get-
ting acquainted games, the winners of these were awarded prizes.
The February meeting consisted of a Valentine party at which
tiny children were entertained. The other meetings of the club
included a tallc by Miss Victoria Carpenter on the life of a girl in
France, and an interesting visit to the kitchens of the l-lotel Statler.
This year, as always, an amount of money was set aside from
the treasury to be presented to Miss Bigelow for the purpose of
purchasing a new boolc for the library.
Officers for the Season 1938-1939
Acting-President .... Mary Burns
. . . Nancy Hunting
. . . Leslie Hamblin
Miss Alice A. Alden
Miss Gladys F. Davis
I-ICME ECONOMICS CLUB
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l-ICDME RGOM MANAGERS
Mr. Carl L. Swan
September 'IQ-30 . . . S. A. T. Drive
January 13, 14 ..... Senior Play
February 'IO ..... Prize Speaking
March '10, 'l'l . . . Drama Club Play
March QQ-April 'I4 . . . Newtonian
June Q, 3 . . "Pirates of Penzance"
l-IE great promotions are the jobs forthe l-lome Room Managers.
Since they furnish the only link between the students and the
activities, the entire success of the sale depends upon their aid.
Under the capable guidance of Mr. Carl l., Swan, these busy people
are always seen dashing hither and thither about their many aFFairs.
The First sale which appeared was the Student Activities Ticket
Drive. Next, the Senior Play came. This presented special difficulties
because of the reserved seats, managers had to go back and Forth from
the building supervisors' rooms several times daily. For this and for
all succeeding promotions one ofthe major tasks was to keep notices
on the black boards to publicize the events.
After the Senior Play, no rest forthe weary Managers appeared,
for at once the tickets for Prize Speaking went on sale. Then the
Drama Club play, "Pride and Prejudice," came.
Even while this was being played, plans were laid forthe great
Newtonian drive. This year the Final goal was set at nineteen hun-
dred copies, much higher than formerly.
Among the other minor duties which the Managers had were
the distribution of Newtonites, other ticket sales, Orange Books,
and class dues. Altogether, the Managers work untiringly For the
good ofthe school and should be praised.
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l-llS, the third year of the Knitting Club, bore witness to its
steady growth since its organization in 1936. Contrary to other
years, Sophomores joined the ranks of Juniors and Seniors and have
done much to popularize the club.
Social afternoons combined with work of real worth are the
keynotes of the meetings. Much can be accomplished even while
one indulges in a pleasant chat with a friend. Mittens were an un-
usually popular article this year, especially those huge, Fluffy angora
ones, which are the bane of the boys' dark suits. Sweaters of nubby
yarn appeared in all colors of the rainbow, so great is the selection
of hues now offered on the market. The classic cardigan ran a close
second to those ever-practical knitted socks.
It is the aim of the club to offer expert instruction to beginners
in order that they may learn the intricacies of knitting and, to those
more advanced in the art, a chance of gaining novel ideas and helpful
advice. For this purpose, books and samples of yarn are procurable,
and Mrs. Newcomb is always ready to assist.
May future years develop more fully the wakening interest
in this club and give evidence of a still greater membership!
Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President ....... Marjorie Ray
Vice-President . . . Marian Vfakefield
Secretary . . . . Allene Crissey
Treasurer . . . . . Eleanor Genna
Mrs. Edith B. Newcomb
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Mr. l-lorace Kidger
Chemistry Club charter granted.
Swimming Club charter granted.
New lunchroom regulations accepted.
Decoration of Room 324 approved.
Post-cards of school authorized.
Safety Campaign continued.
l-IE student body of the Newton l-ligh School is represented
in its government by a self-elected Legislature. This is com-
posed of two representatives from every senior home room, one
from every junior home room, one from every two sophomore home
rooms, and one from the freshman home room. At regular monthly
meetings, presided over by the President of the Associates, bills
are brought forward for discussion and ratification, if passed by the
Legislature, they must be approved by the Executive Council before
going into effect. Bills dealing with activities supervised by the
various administrative boards are referred to them for discussion,
special or general reports from the boards may be called for by the
president at any meeting of the Legislature. Special meetings may
be assembled by the Honorary President or by written request of
one-fourth of its membership.
A variety of matters were debated in this year's Legislature.
Charters were granted to a Chemistry and a Swimming Club. New
resolutions for the regulation of the lunchroom were accepted.
The decoration of Room 324 for board meetings and entertaining
school guests was approved. A first edition of colored post-cards
of the school was completely sold and a second authorized. The
"anti-bummingu safety campaign was continued with increased
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T is unfortunate that the human life is limited to a few generations.
lf one could live as long as he desired, how many famous men and
women would he know! l-le could perhaps speak to men renowned
over two thousand years ago, be in the classes of Socrates, talk
to Caesar, Cicero, Plutarch, be caught in the influence of Johnson's
Club, be a friend to Shakespeare, Goethe, Browning. l-lowever,
in spite of not being able to live for centuries, everyone has the
opportunity to become familiar with these great writers and people
today. Their homes are in books, and many of them reside in the
Newton i-ligh School Library. The reader may know them perhaps
more intimately through books than if he were living in their times,
for he sees their personalities by their own works and through the
eyes of others, as Socrates was made immortal by Plato, and Johnson
The Library Club functions primarily to keep the Library in
order. Ten junior and fifteen senior girls make up the membership.
Their tasks are varied, for each girl is assigned some special phase of
work. She may clip articles from newspapers or magazines or select
periodical material for bulletin boards. Also, there are many jobs
of mending, filing, and other routine work. Without these members,
the Library would find it difficult to carry on its valuable work.
Officers for the Season 19384939
President ....... Jean Jordan
Vice-President . . . Constance Cady
Treasurer ...... Virginia Sides
Secretary .... Mary Ann Sullivan
Adviser . Miss Gladys M. Bigelow
Every year the Library Club donates
some gift to the library. This year
the gift was of especial benefit,
for the Club published the book
mark used at the Book Symposium
on February 11, in Boston. These
were valuable for their information
and clever quotations pertaining
to the book discussion. Several
members took part in the Symposium
and members of the club served as
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Mr. Francis J. Foster
Mr. Andrew W. Steinhope
Mr. Lucius P. Jones
Joshua Hurwitz, Chairman
Howard V. Jones
HE Lunchroom Committee has one of the thankless jobs of the
school, however, the members are more than repaid for their
services by the gratification of its improvement and by the experience,
preparing them For liie which is naturally not all pleasant. With the
generous aid of Mr. Raymond A. Green, Mr. Francis J. Foster, Mr.
Andrew W. Steinhope, and Mr. Lucius P. Jones, the committee soon
got under way and attacked the problems presented to them.
First of all, two members were assigned to have all three lunches
on one day of the week. On that day they were to supervise the
entire Lunchroom. Among their duties were to see that the tables
were clean at the end of each lunch, to put chairs back under the
tables, to appoint watchmen at all the doors and walks, and to
prevent disorder. Many ofthe committeemen chose friends or Honor
Society members to keep watch over separate sections of the lunch
room. This, seen as a whole, proved to be useful, and much improve-
ment was noted in the Lunchroom.
During the year several meetings were held at which common
problems were discussed. Publicity was instigated to make the
lunchroom cleaner, and useiul recommendations were given to the
Many thanks should be rendered to these people for their time
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ATHEMATICS has a definitely two-fold aspect: to the student
it teaches quick and logical thinking, to the scientific man it
is a tool with which to apply the explained and probe the un-
explained. Most people recognize one of these-they see it as
a boring theory or as a trick to Find an answer - but fail to appreciate
the wonder of joining theoretical and practical. With the purpose
of overcoming this failing, the Math Club, originally chartered
Alpha Gamma Tau, was founded nineteen years ago. Membership
is open to all interested Juniors and Seniors whose last year's grade
in Mathematics was A or B.
Programs this year have attacked various aspects of the subject
beginning with its artistic possibilities. This was a demonstration
of arrangements of the digits into "Figure heads." At one meeting
the members were entertained by a talk on determinants by Leon
Kruger. At another, Mr. Mergendahl discussed the chances of
making a profit at the race track or breaking the bank at Monte Carlo.
Mathematically, one's best chance at the former is to get a hot tip.
Two learned guest speakers have visited the club: Dr. Struick
from M. I. T. spoke on the probability curve, and Prof. Morley of
the Worcester Polytechnic lnstitute gave a talk on "Linkages"
The March meeting was shown a motion picture which explained the
rudiments of Einstein's Theory of Relativity.
Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President ....... John Gehling
Vice-President . . . . Phil Mork
Secretary ........ Janet Smith
Treasurer . . Robert Rutherford Clark
Mr. Charles Mergendahl
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"The Golden Path of l-lobbies"
Miss Helen B. Lee
Broadcasts of the Year
Our Parents: 'Right or Wrong,
but Our Parents '
Music Hath Charms"
ORMED but a few years ago by a group of students aspiring to a
career in radio, the Microphone Club has expanded in all
directions, until today it seemingly has reached its pealc of develop-
ment. But that, of course, remains to be seen. The club is divided
into three main sections: those who believe they have ability in
Writing radio scripts, those who endeavor to carry out the worlc
of the writers, and lastly - although this is by far the smallest group-
those who invent and work out ingenious sound effects. ln order to
make the organization a malleable one, the number of members has
been limited to about forty, as this seemed the best number with
which to worlc.
During the past season, the Microphone Club presented a num-
ber of broadcasts over the various major stations in Boston, one of
these, which aroused a good deal of comment, concerned itself
with hobbies and what they do for their followers.
At the meetings of the year, the club was fortunate enough
to secure speakers whose vocation was radio, and in this manner
many of them were enabled to learn more about this very interesting
Although this year has been a most successful one, the members
believe that, under the capable leadership of Miss Lee, The Micro-
phone Club will rise to even greater heights in the not too distant
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HE National Honor Society of Newton High School is a chapter
of a nationwide organization established for the pupils who best
represent the ideals of our school. Those pupils who show Out-
standing qualities of scholarship, service, leadership, and character
are chosen from the upper twenty-five percent of each class scholas-
tically, Five percent from the Junior class and Fifteen percent from
the Senior class.
Every spring an impressive ceremony is given for the induction
of the new members. This procedure is so widely known that our
chapter has been asked to repeat it at several places. This year it
was given at Dean Academy, Franklin, Massachusetts. The Four
qualities were interpreted by Mary Louise Shadman, Character,
Leon Kruger, Service, Jean Roberts, Scholarship, and Daniel
Needham, Leadership. The speaker was Dr. William Leslie, whose
subject was "Our Unrealized Possibilities."
The members of the National Honor Society aid the school in
many ways. Among these duties are ushering at Parents' Night,
helping in the building oFfices, and serving on the Lunchroom
The organization is truly nationwide, since it now includes
two thousand Five hundred chapters and more than three hundred
thousand members. Because ofthe very high standard of this society,
membership is to be considered one ofthe highest honors which the
school can oFfer.
Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President ....... Thomas Powers
Vice-President . . Donald MacKinnon
Secretary . . . . . Mavise Hayden
Treasurer ...... Daniel Needham
Faculty Sponsor, Miss Edith M. Rideout
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
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Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President . . Richard de Lesdernier
Vice-President .... Russell Alberts
Secretary. . . . . . Ruth Phillips
Treasurer .,..... Ruth Somerville
Miss H. Anna Kennedy
HE Nature Club, organized in October, 1935, was first chartered
as the Science Club, however, due to the ambiguity of this
nomenclature, especially in view of the club's activities, this was
changed to its present form in 1936. The First president and vice-
president were Milton Kaufman and Jack Perry, respectively. The
succeeding presidents have been Anne Riley and Alfred Landon.
At the first meeting of the year Richard de Lesdernier was
chosen to be fourth president of the club. This meeting concluded
with a tea, after plans were made for future meetings and instructions
given for making leaf prints.
For the November meeting it was planned to take a walk through
Norumbega Park to collect leaves for prints. However, the day
was so rainy that an out-of-doors meeting was impossible, therefore,
several members gave Nature talks which had been previously pre-
pared for indoor meetings. The weather man again prevented a
meeting in December, this time at the Aquarium in South Boston.
The late winter and spring meetings consisted of microscope
work Cincluding the study of the starch cells of the potatoj, observa-
tion work on birds, and the annual trip to the Harvard Observatory.
Ruth Pike The club has also spent time already in making temporary slides to
Arthur Bruemmer be used with the compound microscope.
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OMPOSED of a group of students, all of whom have a common
interest in dramatics, the Neophytes, as its name suggests,
trains its members for the amateur stage. Following the lead of its
senior organization, The Drama Club, the club has limited its member-
ship through necessity.
The avowed purpose of the group is to give as large a number
of people as possible an opportunity of exercising their talent in
drama, an opportunity which is evidently desired by many, if we
are to consider the number of those seeking admission in the fall
of the year. ln accordance with this policy, at each meeting a short
play is presented by a Few ofthe members, one ofthe better of these
skits was acknowledged by all present to be "Enter The l-lero!", a
short play by l-lelburn.
Each year it is the privilege of the Neophytes to present a
play in the auditorium at one of the Sophomore assemblies, this
year's play, entitled "Grandma Pulls the String," was the main topic
of conversation at the meetings preceding it, and rightly so, for it
was received with much enthusiasm on the part of the student body.
ln conclusion, the Neophytes can but hope that the coming
years will be as Filled with happiness and success for those who
follow as this season was for the present group.
Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President ...... Priscilla Parker
Secretary . . . Molly Knight
Treasurer .. ..... . KarylKern
Faculty Adviser, Miss Jessie Southard
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Editor-in-Chief ..., Barbara Beyer
Business Manager . Daniel Needham
Assistant Business Manager
Circulation ...... Jean Roberts
Organieations, Howard V, Jones, Jr.
Data ......... Nadylis Dalton
Advertising ..... Thomas Powers
Sports ..... . . John Gehling
Features . . . . , Jean l-lamant
Art . . . . Roger Pattison
Proof . . . . . . Donata Cellucci
Histories ..... Donald MacKinnon
Treasurer .... Tersino D'Eugenio
Copy . . . . Reba Campbell
l-lE Newtonian's long existence, twenty-eight years, is the best
proof of its popularity. Few people, however, can realize the
immense amount of work which goes into this year-book. Every
Tuesday the entire staff has met in Mr. Sterling L. Williams's room
and discussed the problems confronting them until late in the after-
The major problem of this year was to procure advertisements.
This course was decided upon in order to gain money which would
make possible numerous extra features in the boolc. The staff entered
whole-heartedly into the drive. To get more people interested,
a free Newtonian was promised to any one who could get a full
page advertisement. Letters were written to New York hotels
and railroads, with a view toward the World's Fair. Of course,
local establishments were contacted.
Another problem was the lay-out of the boolc. Naturally,
a new arrangement was desired. With the aid and advice of Mr,
l-lartshorn and Mr. Fitch, the printer and engraver, respectively,
the editors chose the plan which you now see before you. Planning
the special pages presented some difficulty.
The third great problem was the sale of the Newtonians.
The goal this year was set at nineteen hundred copies, this was
much higher than it had ever been before, but the staff felt certain
that the demand would be that great. The Circulation Editor, Jean
Roberts, chose representatives in each home room, also students
in charge of each floor and in charge of each building, in order to
Facilitate the handling of the subscriptions. The drive lasted from
March twenty-ninth to April twenty-eighth.
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Of course, the literary part of the book was also difficult to
obtain. For instance, each article of this organizations' section was
first checked by the Faculty Adviser of the activity, then by the editor,
Howard Jones, then by the editor-in-chief, Barbara Beyer, and,
lastly, by Miss Edith M. Rideout. Thus it can be seen that extreme
care was exercised in order to prevent mistakes.
The Newtonian staff is much like a great manufacturing com-
pany. Each division is headed by a director whose task it is to
make sure that his cog in the wheel functions perfectly. When at
last the various sections are combined, you have a year book. Be-
ginning with the Senior section, you read beneath each name a
brief, compact paragraph concerning the student. This detailed,
laborious work was ably taken care of by Nadylis Dalton, Data
Editor, and the members of her staff. The next section, Organiza-
tions, entails an inconceivable amount of toil for the editor and
staff members, who must contact every extra-curricula group except
sports and see that the articles are checked by the respective faculty
advisers. Howard Jones was the capable and dependable Or-
ganizations' head this year. The Sports Section was compiled under
the leadership of John Gehling, who is himself an athlete and was,
therefore, well fitted for his task. Features, the section to which
you turn as automatically as you do to the daily comic strip, was
organized by Jean Hamant and ingenious staff members.
Much is owed to the kind advice and aid of Mr. Sterling L.
Williams, the faculty adviser. With his help, the fifteen editors and
the staff have worked tirelessly for the success of this book.
Business, Edmund Miller, Robert
McGrath, Curtis Drury, James
Circulation, Jean Jordan, Richard
Warren, Joan Torborg, Robert
Oleson, Elizabeth Dasey, Gilbert
Gould, Jean Duthie, Richard Gove,
Edith Thurber, Marygould Paul,
Scott Doten, Augusto Solimene.
Organization, Prescott Stevens,
Elizabeth Sheridan, Jacqueline Paul,
Data, Katherine Dargan, Marian Black,
Allene Crissey, Barbara Ford.
Advertising, Gilbert Gould.
Sports, Jay Gleason, Donald Abbott,
Hollis Wyman, Stuart Patterson,
Thomas Powers, Samuel Patterson,
Features, Sam Ansell, Jeanne Cooney,
Dorothy Davis, Dorothy Henderson,
Robert Hennessey, Roland Pease,
Felix Rogers, Thaxter Spencer,
Proof, Barbara Doten, Donald Moore,
Copy, Virginia Cunningham,
Charlotte Smith, Evelyn Carroll,
Howard Jones, Prescott Stevens.
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Editor-in-Chief . . Franklin Houghton
Business Manager . . Joseph Hughes
News Editor ..... Jean Hamant
Copy Editor .... Reba Campbell
Features Editor .... Howard Spiro
Literary Editor ........ Ruth Fill
Editorial Editor . Katherine Andersen
Sports' Editor .... Hollis Wyman
Exchange Editor . Elizabeth Sheridan
Mr. Lester E. Williams
Mr. Carl P. Birmingham
Miss Helen E. Nute
VERY progressive organization will keep itself supplied with
news, amusement, and food for thought. The Newtonite is the
organ ofthe school's active element, co-ordinating for a large circu-
lation, school and elsewhere, the important events of school life
and the best of its wit and brains. Each week the material is collected
and revised by the editors, and copied and supplied with heads
by the copy staff. Over the week-end the paper is put together
and sent to the printer. Wednesday morning it is distributed to
Under the competent editorship of Franklin Houghton, Volume
Seventeen of The Newtonite has seen a successful year and a number
of changes. ln the reorganization of page one, the reports of club
meetings have been gathered into a single article. The features
page has witnessed a battle royal between two of its leading
columnists and welcomed a new feature, the "Students Music
Column." Through the efforts of the literary editora "Poetry Shelf"
was started and maintained.
At the annual Prize-Speaking Contest, Newtonite Charms for
distinguished service were awarded to Katherine Andersen, Samuel
Ansell, Reba Campbell, Elizabeth Everts, Ruth Fill, John Gehling,
Jean Hamant, Franklin Houghton, Joseph Hughes, Howard Jones,
Elizabeth Sheridan, Thaxter Spencer, and Prescott Stevens.
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EWTON l-ligh seems to hold strange and unknown terrors
For the newcomer. lt is Filled with hundreds oF unfamiliar
Faces, huge rooms, noisy Feet, puzzling numbers. For the First months
the new pupil might wander desolately in the labyrinth oF the school
corridors, unobserved and inconspicuous, were it not For one guiding
star-the Orange BOOFC, which is published For the newcomer's
beneFit, to Furnish him with everything he needs to know concerning
Newton l-ligh School. l-le Finds there information about activities,
rules, and subjects. Everything is systematically explained, and, with
the Book as companion, he soon learns all the intricacies of l-ligh
By reading through its pages, the student discovers that Newton
High is one of the outstanding schools in the country. Not only
is it high in scholastic rating, but, in spite oF the great number oF
pupils, it keeps in touch with all. l-le Finds that he is personally known
to the Guidance Department For all his accomplishments, and his
characteristics are recorded there. Class advisers and teachers all
help him solve his problems and equip him For liFe. IF every pupil
should take advantage oF these opportunities, certainly he would
be obtaining the best that Newton possesses. Through the Orange
Book one can at least start in the right direction For success.
Editor-in-Chief .... Richard Knapp
Business Manager. . . Kendall Fisher
Assistant Business Manager
Adviser . Miss Caroline M. Doonan
Miss Katherine Curtis
The Orange Book is assembled
by the close oF the school year.
lt is published by the Legislature
oF the School.
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Council of Six
Mr. Horace Kidger
HREE years ago the Civics Board formed an organization whose
purpose was to uphold the best traditions of Newton High
School for honesty and fair dealing and in every way to protect
the good name of the school.
MEMBERS OF Tl-lE ORANGE SHIELD
CLASS Xll: Katherine Andersen, Haven Babb, Barbara Beyer,
Thomas Burkhard, Anne Cady, Gerard Callanan, John Carder,
Donata Cellucci,Sterling Colcord, Emmaline Conant, Miriam Cronan,
Henry DeRusha, Barbara Doten, Albert Everts, Kendall Fisher, Mary
Flynn, John Gehling, Robert Hennessey, Ralph Hoitt, Jacqueline
Lander, Charles Lawson, Robert Liming, Constance Linberg,
Daniel Needham, Robert Olesen, Joseph Paglia, William Prowten,
Ruth Putnam, Margaret Sullivan, Felix Rogers.
CLASS Xl: Mildred Allie, Donn Ashley, Edythe Atkins, Gloria
Belotti, Angelina Bibbo, Malcolm Broderick, Constance Cady,
Paul Elicker, Kittredge Fisher, Peter Forte, John Fairfield, Russell
Gwillim, Francis Glynn, Gordon Goodband, Carl Haering, Fred
Hall, Mavise Hayden, Brooks Heath, Paul Hines, Walter Hurley,
Thomas Lawson, Laura Lord, Douglas MacNiel, Francis Olivigni,
Louise Pieper, Philip Scanlon, Richard Warren.
CLASS X: Judith Bailey, Phyllis Broderick, Allan Burgess,
Thomas Burns, Helen Colan, John Engel, John Forte, John Fox,
Dorothy Grimley, Mary Guiney, Phyllis Kramp, Nancy McGill, Stetson
Mick, Paul Mitrano, Priscilla Parker, Barbara Peabody, Charles Pierce,
Mary Prescott, Florence Purdy, William Rangow, Arthur Sadler,
John Saunier, Philip Teschner, Priscilla Violi, William Woods.
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N the past two years, due mainly to the etforts of its new director
Mr. Haydn M. Morgan, the Music Department of Newton l-ligh
School has seen many changes and additions. Not least progressive
has been the Orchestra whose performances this year were de-
servedly well applauded.
As usual, orchestral selections have been played at assemblies
and lectures, and the Senior and Drama Club Plays. Ensembles,
chiefly a string quartet and a woodwind quintet, have played at
the Newton Forums, the Prize-Speaking Contest, and other civic
and school functions. Most important of the productions in which the
Orchestra participated were the Mid-Winter Concert and the Gilbert
and Sullivan operetta, "The Pirates of Penzance." ln the former
it played selections by Gibb, Popper, and lsaac, and two chorales
by Bach and Wagner. ln the latter, this year's outdoor concert,
staged between buildings two and three, it accompanied creditably
the singers chosen from the Glee Club, Drama Club, and Choruses,
The purpose oi the Orchestra, besides furnishing musical
enjoyment, has been to develop proper practice habits, to encourage
serious study, and to promote interest in orchestral participation.
Mr. Morgan has selected for study chieily works of the classical
composers, and from time to time, whenever possible, made additions
of new instruments in order to attain more balanced symphonic
Mr. l-laydn M. Morgan
January '13, '14 - - . , . ml-OVdl'lCl'1n
March 10, 'l'l "Pride and Prejudice'
March 3 .... Mid-Winter Concert
June Q, 3 . . "Pirates of Penzance"
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for the Season 1938-1939
. . . . . . Robert Maginot
. .... Anna Ames
. . . . Constance Wilson
Mrs. Kate C. S. Cornell
l-lE once-quite evident art, that of making and "directing"
puppets, seems to have been more or less lost in the past century,
but the Puppeteers, an organization of students interested in all
phases of the craft are among those helping to eFFect its revival.
Organized in 1935 and intended to provide a medium for ex-
changing and incorporating ideas and talents in puppeteering, the
club has grown from a small beginning to be one ofthe better clubs
in Newton l-ligh.
The members, each of whom is taught how to make and manip-
ulate these imitation actors, are expected to add something to the
general fund of knowledge or material to the group before leaving
it, one of the outstanding contributions is a portable stage which
was built and given to the Puppeteers by the charter members. lt
was later found that this stage may be set up by experienced pupils
in a little more than Five minutes.
At this season's introductory assembly for Sophomores the club
demonstrated how marionettes are made to "act" and speak in
skits, as well as how the operator must train his voice so that it may
be heard in far corners of the auditorium. At the Neophytes' play,
which was given in May, the club presented a vaudeville show as
a curtain raiser.
The club's Funds have been used in the past to acquire books
on this art which are available to all members at any time.
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OW in its sixth year of existence, the Girls' Outing Club, under
the able supervision of Miss Leiter, has continued to promote
good sportsmanship through healthful recreation and Fine citizenship
through teamwork. It has fast become one of the most popular
clubs in the school as it offers girls the opportunity of group fun.
The club consists of thirty members from the Junior and Senior
classes who are selected by a questionnaire concerning their interests
and accomplishments in the Field of sports. Each girl who would
like to obtain membership in the club fills out a questionnaire. The
girls may gain credit in various ways, participation in team sports
or membership in gym class add to the score. Activities need not
be restricted to school, for camping experience, mountain climbing,
horseback riding, skiing, swimming, and life saving are all considered
in eligibility. These questionnaires are graded by the officers and
voted upon by the previous members.
The club meets from October through May with a business
meeting and an outing each month. The First meeting this year, as
customary, was held in the form of a get-acquainted tea at the home
of a member. Other outings include roller skating, ice skating,
bowling, and a bicycle trip. All the outings are pleasurable and
beneficial to members.
Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President ...... Erminia Mancini
Vice-President . . Elizabeth Fletcher
Secretary . . . . . Helen Meserve
Treasurer ...... l-lelen Starbird
Faculty Adviser, Miss Marywells Leiter
GIRLS' OUTING CLUB
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"Tovarich" by Jacques Deval
"Tovarich" takes place in Paris
about 1995. Most of the scenes
take place in the Duponts' wealthy
Prince Milcail Alexandrovitch
Ouratieff ...... Felix Rogers
Grand Duchess Tatiana Petrovana
Olga ........ Florence Butchart
Count Feodor Brelcenslci Leon Kruger
ChauHourier-Dubieff Gus Solimene
Martelleau ...... Neil Cheney
Fernande Dupont . . Grace E. Joyce
Charles Dupont .... Wells Brown
Louise ....... Margaret Wilson
Georges Dupont .... Roland Pease
Helene Dupont . . . Joan Torbor3
Madame Van l-lemert
Madame Dubieff. . Donata Cellucci
H HE Mad Russians invade Newton!" "Prince Milcail Alexandro-
vitch Ouratieff and the Grand Duchess Petrovna come to the
High School!" So Newton was informed January 13 and 14,
when the Senior Class presented "Tovarich". Felix Rogers, as Milcail,
and Dawn Eaton, as Tatiana, were royalty, driven from Russia by the
revolution and stranded penniless in a cheap boarding house in
Paris. They were living on stolen artichokes, when they learned
through a neighbor of a position in the Dupont household for a
butler and maid. The Russian God was kind, because, after they
had dodged the landlord and had come to the apartment, they
obtained the job. l-lowever, the Czar's money, given to the Prince
for safe-keeping, was a source of unrest. After unsuccessful attempts
were made to seize this money, it was finally disposed of so that
"Tovarich" has always been popular because of its naturalness
and Bohemian atmosphere. Scenes typical of its humor are Charles
Dupont's headache being cured by an old Russian formula made of
gunpowder, and Milcail's and George's fencing feverishly accom-
panied by Tatiana on the guitar, singing "Dark Eyes." This spirit
was caught by the actors, Felix malcing a dashing Prince, Dawn, a
charming Tatiana, and the supporting cast all admirably portraying
their parts. We are grateful to Miss Haworth for making "Tovarich"
one of the best Senior Plays ever given.
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RGANIZED for the purpose of stimulating useful interest not
only in social studies in connection with the classroom, but
also in current events as they affect the role of the United States in
national and international affairs, the Social Studies Club today is
among the larger organizations of the school.
The meetings primarily are concerned with current events, as
might be expected, but one of the most successful meetings of the
year was a program resembling the popular "Information, Pleasef'
in which several members were quizzed about pertinent facts in
l-losts to the Debating Club at one meeting, the members became
embroiled in a rather warm discussion,after their guests had presented
a debate which stressed the advantages ancl disadvantages of the
proposed Anglo-American military alliance. At an ensuing meeting
a discussion was held concerning the minorities problem of various
countries, but no definite decision was reached concerning what
should be done, except that tolerance should be more wide-
spread than it is.
Among other services to the school, each year the group
presents a number of boolcs dealing with current events or social
studies. Under the able leadership of Mr. Clark, the club hopes
to continue this and other good work during the coming season.
SOCIAL ST .DIES CLL
Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President ...... Daniel Needham
Vice-President .... Henry DeRusha
Secretary ...... Cynthia Carlisle
Treasurer . . . Margaret Galloway
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Herbert A. Clarlc
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Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President ..... Mildred Tedeschi
Vice-President ...... Robert Pyatt
Secretary . . . . Ofelia Cornejo
Treasurer . ....... Jean Morgan
Mr. Francesco Argento
INCE its foundation in 1995, the Spanish Club has been conducted
to help promote a deeper and more pleasurable interest in the
study and use ofthe language among Spanish students. Membership
is open to both First and second year students so the meetings are
carried on partly in English and partly in Spanish.
Under the leadership of the president, the club has had very
interesting programs including tallcs about the Spanish-spealcing
countries, themes, and skits. Jose Montesinos told about his recent
trip to Cuba, and Ofelia Cornejo explained the customs ofa Spanish
Christmas. In addition, the club was fortunate in having had several
guests. Seiior Cesareo Garavilla, Spanish Consul to Boston, spoke
about the real causes, etfects, and outcome ofthe Spanish situation.
Mr. George Fremault, former student of Newton High School,
gave an interesting account of his experiences during his work in
the Dominican Republic, at which time he made use of his study of
the Spanish language. Lastly, Hector Garcia, a Fourteen-year old
Cuban boy who has come to study here, contrasted for the club
American life and that of his native Cuba.
The fourteenth year of the Spanish Club's existence, certainly
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l-lE Stage Committee is one of the hardest working school or-
ganizations. These boys voluntarily spend long hours making
scenery, turning their hands to the endless line of details that have
to be done backstage, and doing almost everything but the acting
in presentations on the Newton l-ligh stage.
lt seems that there is no task too big or too small for the stage
crew. Although members are never required to work, vacations
are few and far between. Good company and interesting work
keep the boys coming back for more. A graduate of the Newton
l-ligh Stage Committee may be considered a jack-of-all trades, for
many things come up outside of the actual stage work that give
Even though members have no visible recompense for their
labor Qwith the exception of a few gray hairsb, they have the memory
of the fun, the jokes, the concentrated rush just before a play, the
faux pas committed, and the experience gained.
Without the inspiring leadership of Mr. Peterson, the stage
crew would not be nearly what it is, because he teaches by example
- he works as hard as all the boys put together.
It is safe to say that, search as you will, you won't find a happier
or more congenial group of fellows than the stage committee.
Officers for The Season 1938-1939
Chairman ...... Lewis Wright
Secretary ..... Donald Abbott
Mr, Charles W. Peterson
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Officers For the Season 1938-1939
President .... Barbara MacDonald
Treasurer ..... Betty Van Buslcirlc
Secretary . . . Virginia Cunningham
Miss Marywells Leiter
l-IE Girls' Swimming Club was one ofthe two new clubs to join
Newton's ever-increasing fold this year. All girls interested
in swimming were invited to join this organization. Plans were
made to permit swimming once a month in the Walnut Park Day
School. At the initial meeting approximately twenty members
The main activity For the year of this club was its participation
in the Brookline Swim Meet on March Fifteenth, Eight girls were
chosen to represent Newton at this meet: Eleanor Leary, Barbara
MacDonald, Constance Cady, Esther Nichols, Barbara Pullman,
Patricia Michrell, Virna Farrington, and Miriam Boynton. The
meet was generally successful.
Of the members of the club, over half have become Junior
Life Savers and a few are even Senior Life Savers. At their regular
meetings the girls may either swim in relays, lengths, or practice
diving, or simply do anything that they please.
The members elected the following officers: Barbara MacDonald,
president, Betty Van Buslcirk, treasurer, and Virginia Cunningham,
Always present at the meetings, although she does not actually
participate in the aquatic sports, is Miss Marywells Leiter, the faculty
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l-lE Tusitala Club was formed to encourage creative writing in
both poetry and prose. Since its inception in 1935 it has become
a prominent and important organization, with many of its former
members continuing in the literary field after high school. The
success of the club is due not only to its unusual meetings, but also
to the Fine leadership of its faculty adviser, Miss Helen E. Nute,
and its well-chosen officers.
The meetings are unique in that each member participates in
the reading of manuscripts which he has written. These works, in
turn, are criticized by the other members, and thus creative effort
is encouraged and improved. The excellence of this writing is
shown by the fact that much of it is published on the literary page of
The Newtonite and that club members always finish the year with
high honors in the English Club's annual Essay and Verse Contests.
The club is limited to twenty-five members, therefore the number
entering each year is necessarily small. Students are elected on the
merit of samples of their work submitted.
The profit realized from last year's publication, The Oriole,
made possible again the issuing of the club's own booklet, lnlrlings,
containing the best work of each member.
Viewed as a whole, the season was highly successful, and the
outlook is again promising for the coming year.
Officers for the Season 1938-1939
President ....... Barbara Swan
Vice-President .... Nlavise l-layden
Secretary-Treasurer . Edmund Miller
Faculty Adviser . Miss l-lelen E. Nute
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Officers For the Season 1938-1939
President ....... Robert Liming
Vice-President . . Donald MacKinnon
Secretary ....... Donald Abbott
Faculty Adviser, Mr. Donald G. Enoch
LL boys who have won the Varsity "N" are eligible for
membership in the Varsity Club. The purpose of the club
is to foster good sportsmanship. Since its founding in 1936, the
club has continued to increase steadily.
It is impossible to hold regular monthly meetings since the
various sports conflict. However, there were several held during
the year. At the second meeting, plans were made for the future
programs. A program committee was appointed to carry this out.
Mr. Donald G. Enoch, the faculty adviser, was fortunate to
obtain a very outstanding figure in the athletic Field to address them
this year, as in every year. This exceptional speaker was John J.
Magee of Bowdoin. Mr. Magee was an Olympic Coach in three
Olympics, those in 1928, 1932, and 1936. l-le addressed the club
and then showed his moving pictures.
One of the most important functions of this club is to suggest
speakers for the all-boys' athletic assembly. This year, the speaker
was Mr. Jordan, Director of Athletics at Amherst College.
The officers of the club for this year are Robert Liming, president,
Donald MacKinnon, vice-president, and Donald Abbott, secretary.
Although there were not many meetings, the year was successful.
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MERICANS are notorious for their unpleasant, even harsh,
voices. The realization of this defect and the attempt to
overcome it are partially responsible forthe growth of verse-speaking
choirs in this nation. Although the Newton l-ligh School Choir
is still growing, it has already been of much value in remedying this
defect in our speech. Our choir was founded in 1936 under the
direction of Miss Southard and consists of twenty-Five Junior and
Senior girls who are anxious to acquire pleasing voices and develop
poise in reciting.
The girls are divided into two groups: those with high or light
voices and those with definitely low tones. Parts are assigned
to each type of voice.
ln the short period of training a decided change for the better
has been noticed in the quality of the voices and interpretation.
ln any course of elocution many weary hours would be spent drilling
before any interpretive work could be started. ln the choir, how-
ever, drill is closely knit with the work of interpretation. This
year several of the girls prepared their own selections and led the
class in presenting them. Thus, they have been able to apply the
mechanics studied, and from criticisms, discover where to improve.
Under Miss Southard's capable direction, the Choir presented
selections at the Christmas Vesper Service and at the Prize Speaking.
Miss Jessie A. Southard
Christmas Vesper Service
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When bowed with problems, texts, and sad re
The weary student Finds relief in sports,
Forgets his troubles, cheering on the game,
And grimy players, caked with mucl and fame -
Here Brain, dethroned, must jealously look on
Ancl see the triumph of his brother, Bravvn.
l-eflefmen and SCOYCS LTl-lOUGl-l the Newton Football Team experienced a poor
CO-Captains ' . i J h BFE I-imirfg year from the standpoint of victories, the season was far from
O n lzgera being a dismal one. Each game held its share of thrills, and many
Coach . . . ..... Mr. Sanborn , . , , ,
I Kendall Fisher were in doubt from the opening whistle to the Final gun. Starting
Managers ' ' T Richard Morse rather auspiciously with a scoreless tie, Newton's eleven found
Team record: itself outclassed in experience but never in spirit in the remaining
Newton O CdfTjbfiCl82 H- Gnd l-' 0 games up to the traditional contest with Brookline on Thanksgiving
Iltllgxtgg 3 Qgigftton Day. Deprived early in the season by an injury to John Fitzgerald
Newton O Brockton 13 of the leadership of one of its co-captains and an excellent player,
Newton 'IQ Quincy 19 they continued to exemplify a Fine spirit.
Newton O Rmdss . 95 A bright note was the continued development of co-captain
Newton O Lynn Classical 7 ,
Newton O Waltham Q0 Bob Liming to one of the outstanding schoolboy players in Massa-
Newton Q0 Brookline 'I4 chusetts. Although he played on a team which was not in the
The lettermen on the squad included
William Boyer, Donald Brock, Gino
Castoldi, Richard Crosby, Kendall
Fisher, Kittredge Fisher, John Fitz-
gerald, Gilbert Gould, William Har-
ber, Brooks l-leath, John l-lolter,
Arthur l-lughes, Walter l-lurley,
George l-lutchings, Robert Liming,
John MacNeill, Steward MacNeil,
Richard Morse, Joseph Paglia, William
Pescosolido, l-loward Potter, Thomas
Powers, Richard Prout, Anthony
Rezzutti, John Thomas, Edward White.
public eye, at the close of the season, he was chosen by many
sports writers on their All-Scholastic Teams.
On Thanksgiving Day morning the Orange and Black closed its
schedule with a satisfying victory over Brookline. Determined to
Finish the season with a blaze of glory, the team displayed a Fine
game in downing the Red and Blue, 20-14.
With only six lettermen returning next fall, Coach Sanborn will
have to depend upon these men and the expected development oF
non-letter varsity men added to members oF last year's under squad.
l-lere's looking toward a successful 1939 football season!
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l-lE close of the 1939 basketball season, by virtue of seven vic-
tories and three defeats, found the Newton quintet in a triple
tie for First place in the Suburban League with Waltham and Arling-
ton. Although losing in the play oFFs, the season was one of the
most successful ever completed by a Newton team.
Under the apt and ingenious leadership of Captain Don
Abbott, the "Oranges" swept through the First half of the season,
losing only to Waltham. The conquered include Cambridge Latin,
Rindge, Arlington, and Brookline, in league competition, Wake-
Field and the Faculty in independent engagements.
The second half was marred by losses to Arlington and Cam-
bridge Latin, although Waltham, Rindge, and Brookline were
Breaking two precedents at one time, playing a night game
and competing in a play oFF, Newton closed its season before the
largest crowd ever to gather in the local gymnasium by losing to
Arlington, 30-28, in the Final minutes ofthe game.
Captain Abbott and Captain-elect John Flagg received true
recognition of their excellent playing by being named to the All-
Suburban League Team, the former For the second time. Due credit
must also be given to John Gehling, Enrico Colletti, Francis Oli-
vigni, Paul l-lolmes, and Anthony Leone, as well as Coaches Sim-
mons and Wilson, for the part they played in the success of the
Lettermen and Scores
Coach . . . . . . Mr. Simmons
Manager .... Kenneth Chesley
Newton 43 Wakefield 23
Newton 55 Faculty 33
Newton 31 Cambridge S23
Newton 39 at Rindge 13
Newton 34 Arlington Q4
Newton Q1 at Waltham Q4
Newton 31 at Brookline 14
Newton Q0 at Cambridge Q6
Newton 49 Rindge 16
Newton Q8 at Arlington 31
Newton 36 Waltham QQ
Newton 46 Brookline Q8
Newton Q8 Arlington 30
Total 461 307
The following boys comprised the
letter winners: Donald Abbott, Enrico
Colletti, John Flagg, John Gehling,
Paul l-lolmes, Anthony Leone, and
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Lehermen and Scores
Captain ........ Jack Carder
Coach . . . . .Mr. C. E. Johnson
Manager ..... Don Flinchbaugh
Newton 'I Stoneham 'I
Newton Q Belmont Q
Newton O Cambridge 'I
Newton 4 Medford O
Newton O Rindge 'I
Newton Q Arlington Q
Newton 3 Melrose 'I
Newton 4 Melrose 7
Newton 6 Stoneham Q
Newton O Medford O
Jack Carder, Vincent Carvelli,
Thomas Dugan, Albert Everts, Phillip
Fessenden, Donald Flinchbaugh,
James Gallagher, Clifford Goodband,
Gordon Goodband, Paul l-lines, John
l-lolter, Walter l-lurley, William
McLellan, Wilfred Potter, Alexander
Skene, and John Tedesco were the
l-IE current hockey team, led by Captain Jack Carder, has been
the most successful within Coach Johnson's short regime. By
gaining four ties, three victories, and a like number of defeats in
lnterscholastic League competition, Newton finished in fourth place
close on the heels of the leaders.
The games lost by the score of 'I-O at the hands of Cambridge
Latin and Rindge were truly discouraging, but the team came back
to sweep through the next five games, losing only to Melrose, their
third place rival. This fact illustrates the steady improvement of the
Orange and Black, culminating in a 6-2 victory over second place
Stoneham in the next to last game of the season.
The only teams to hold a season's edge over the Garden City
club were Cambridge Latin and Rindge, both of whom triumphed
over Newton by the narrowest of margins in one game series.
Arlington, the league leaders, in their only game with our colorful
sextet, were held to a 2-2 stalemate, which might easily have
ended in a Newton victory. In the series with Melrose Newton
carried off the first, 3-'I, and an inspired Melrose returned to
capture the second, 7-4. "Cliff" Goodband, the Orange and
Black net-minder, held the Medford team scoreless in a two-game
series, Newton triumphing in the First, 4-O, and deadlocking the
second in the final of the season.
In looking toward the future, hockey hopes-appear high, and
rightly so, for the many returning veterans, headed by Co-captains
l-lurley and Dugan, will serve to form a strong nucleus.
Good luck, fellows, for a successful quest of the title next year!
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Malden, Brockton, Lowell, and Brookline were defeated by
winners were: Clarence An-
ROUND such star performers as Co-captains Don MacKinnon
and Bill Pescosolido, Fred l-lall, Art l-lughes, Bill Alpert,
and Stu MacNeil from the 1938 undefeated and State champion-
ship team, Coaches Enoch, Consodine, and Boyle moulded a 1939
team that was referred to as the New York Yankees of schoolboy
track by the Boston papers,
one-sided scores, and for the second successive year Newton won
every major interscholastic by lop-sided scores.
Record after record fell when Newton went into action.
"Pesky" broke the Andover State Meet and Bowdoin College
records with leaps of 6' QM" 6' QM" and 6' QM" respectively,
MacKinnon equalled the State and Bowdoin records in the hurdles
and Freddy l-lall ran the fastest 600 ever run by a Massachusetts
George l-lutchings and Bob Woods, newcomers to the squad,
filled the gap in the 1000 very capably, while Ashley, l-lurley,
Paglia, Traylor, Pullman, Creamer, Belloit, Cawley, Edison, Mover,
Boyer, Railsback, Liming, and Anderson scored very important points.
The relay team picked from Ashley, Paglia, Hurley, Pesky,
MacKinnon, l-lughes, and l-lall was the fastest in the State and re-
ceived the invitation to run in the Veteran of Foreign Wars Meet,
where they defeated the best Boston team by 50 yards and established
a new record.
The 1939 team has certainly left a record for future teams to
aim at. lt was undoubtedly the greatest in Newton history.
Lettermen and Scores
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Coach . . ...... Mr. Enoch
Manager . . . . .John Cody
Newton 52 Malden Q5
Newton 48 Brockton Q9
Newton SQM Lowell 24M
Newton 58M Brookline 18M
Newton 17 won
Newton QSM won t
Newton 32 won
Newton Q9 won State Meet
derson, Donn Ashley, James Beloit,
William Boyer, Charles Cawley,
Gardner Creamer, Fred l-lall, Arthur
Hughes, George l-lutchings, Donald
MacKinnon, Steward MacNeill, Jo-
seph Paglia, Leonard Panella, William
Pescosolido, Robert Pullman, William
Traylor, Robert Woods, and John
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Captain ......... Jack Barba
Coach . . . Mr. Willard
Manager ........ Parker Reidy
Members of the squad qualified
for interscholastic competition in-
All scheduled meets were can-
celled due to lack of suitable skiing
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OMETHING drastic should be done to the weather man, ac-
cording to Mr. Willard, who is in charge of the Newton High
School Ski Team. Not only did it snow on Easter Sunday when
most of the team's skis were in storage, but no snow appeared dur-
ing the regular skiing season.
Because of this lack of snow the Mount Hood Meet was can-
celled for four successive Saturdays and was Finally given up en-
tirely. The Blue Hills Meet and dual meets with neighboring
schools were cancelled for the same reason.
Thus our ski team had no interscholastic competition this year.
However, members increased their proficiency by practice on nearby
slopes. Some spent the winter vacation in the vicinity of Canon
Mountain, and a few did some skiing in Canada.
Several experienced skiers returning next year are qualified for
interscholastic competition in downhill, cross country, slalom, and
jumping. They will provide a nucleus for a new team.
Do not sell Newton High School short on skiing. The sport
is here to stay. With favorable weather conditions the sport
should produce plenty of competition.
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HIS season the battling proteges of Coach Jones, after an un-
iortunate start, have crashed through the First half of the season
with four wins and one loss. Except for the First game of the
season against Arlington, the Newton power has been witnessed
by every other team in the league: Waltham, Cambridge Latin,
Rindge, and Brookline. The only defeat was a slow, drawn-out
aFFair at the hands of Arlington. Though the score of 'IQ-O seems
to characterize a one-sided aFFair, the game was much closer than
the score indicates, Arlington scoring but two earned runs. Re-
bounding from this setback, the Orange and Black edged Waltham
by the score of 3-Q. The next day Cambridge Latin was drubbed
to the tune of 13-6. The outcome of this game was evident from
the start. Newton's second game away from home ended in an-
other victory, this over Rindge in a close-fought battle in which the
home team was limited to two scattered hits but scored one run to
Newton's three. Another game justly won was that against Brook-
line to the tune of 6-5. This was the last game in the First half oi
the season. Newton ranks second to Arlington in the league
standing thus far, and the approaching encounter with this foe
should be an exciting tilt with important bearing on the league
To date, the pitching of Pozzi, the outstanding base-running of
Fitzgerald, and the hitting of Coletti have featured Newton's vic-
tories. Besides Pozzi and Fitzgerald, the other seniors on the
squad are Crosby, Taylor, and Callanan, catchers, Callahan, Burk-
hard, Morrissey, Gleason, Goodband, and McLaughlin, pitchers,
Dangelo and Gehling, infielders.
Lettermen and Scores
Coach . ...., .... M r. Jones
Manager ...... Jose Montesino
Team schedule and record Cto datebz
Newton O Arlington 'IQ
Newton 3 Waltham 2
Newton 13 Cambridge Latin 6
Newton 3 Rindge 'l
Newton 6 Brookline 5
Newton - Waltham
Newton Cambridge Latin
The squad includes John Flagg,
Clarence Dangelo, Daniel Dellubeis,
John Fitzgerald, Nino Colletti, Al-
bert Tashjian, Jose h Alpert, Thomas
Dugan, Richard Nlbrrissey, Anthony
Rezzutti, Edmund Forbes, Richard
Crosby, l-loward Taylor, Gerard
Callanan, John Pozzi, Francis Calla-
han, Thomas Burkhard, Jay Gleason,
James McLaughlin, John Gehling,
Clitiord Goodband, Brooks Heath,
and John l-lolter.
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Leilermen and Scores
Managers .... li jzrmuatgfroix
Coach ......... Mr. Enoch
Team schedule and record Cto datejz
Newton 29M, winner at Worcester
Newton 4OM, won Quadrangular
Meet-CWor. Cl., Lowell, Law-
rence, and Newtonb.
Newton 42, won Quadrangular
Meet-CBoston Eng., Malden,
Brockton, and Newtonj.
Newton at Brookline.
State Meet at Newton.
Mt. l-lermon lnterscholastics.
Team members include James Bel-
loit, William Boyer, Charles Cawleyf
Gardner Creamer, Robert Edison,
Fred l-lall, Arthur l-lughes, William
I-lurley, Paul l-lines, George l-lutch-
ings, Donald MacKinnon, Steward
MacNeill, Jose h Paglia, William
Pescosolido, RoBert Woods, Robert
Liming, Jr,, Railsback, Francis Olivigni,
William Alpert, Eliot Mover, and
l-lE 1939 outdoor track team continued where the 1938 unde-
feated State championship team left off. Despite the loss of
stars by graduation last June, the Coaches Enoch, Boyle and Conso-
dine have a well balanced team.
The Worcester Polytechnic lnterscholastics was won handily
as a season's opener with Don MacKinnon breaking both hurdle
records and Fred Hall establishing a new 440-yard record. Mac-
Neill, Pesky, l-lughes, Liming, and l-lutchings also scored.
Two very attractive quaclrangular meets were then held in the
Newton Stadium. The best balanced teams in the State were in-
vited. ln the First Worcester Classical, Lawrence, and Lowell were
defeated easily although the competition in all events was excellent.
Superior balance enabled Newton to roll up 405 points, while
Worcester Classical in second place had 21. In the second meet
Newton played host to Brockton, Malden, and Boston English and
duplicated its win by scoring 42 points to second place Brockton's
23. Marvelous schoolboy performances were made by l-loward
Caldwell of Brockton, Don MacKinnon and Bill Pescosolido of
The Brookline Meet, State Meet, and Mt. l-lermon Meet remain
on the schedule.
To the graduating members of the class of 1939 must go the
bulk of the credit for Newton's marvelous teams for the past three
years. They have been a credit to themselves, their coaches and
their school and have set a high standard For future wearers of the
Orange and Black.
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OR the past decade Newton High has been producing unbeat-
able tennis teams. This year's outfit is no exception. Led by
Captain Al Everts, the team has extended its unbeaten streak to
forty-four straight matches over public high schools Cwith a good
possibility of extending it to forty-nine by the close of the season.D
For ten out of the last twelve years the State interscholastic
Tennis Tournament has been dominated by Newton racquetwielders.
This year's specialty numbers include Captain Everts, Ernie Johnson
Phil Scanlon, and Leon Krueger as veterans, and a promising crop of
Juniors and Sophomores composed of Jack Lynch, Bill Woods,
Clark Fisher, Stan Collinson, and Bill Betz.
In the past, Newton has usually had a ranking New England
net star. "Baron" Everts supplies the Oh's and Ah's this season as
he is ranked number three in this section and is currently State
Ernie Johnson, Newton's 'I95-pound specimen of physical
power, proved himself more than adequate in the No. Q slot and
also helped spark the undefeated doubles combine of Everts and
Johnson. Phil Scanlon showed an excess of grit and courage play-
ing No. 3 and exemplified ideal sportsmanship.
Kruger, Lynch, Fisher, Betz, the Daly's, Bill and Dick, and
Woods showed up very well in their initial season of varsity com-
petition. Bob Coleron and Willie McClellan pulled a surprise
and came through with flying colors in the doubles. Mr. Taylor
should allay any fears of having his great victory string snapped
next year with the fine array of talent returning.
Lettermen and Scores
Captain ....... Albert Everts
Coach . . . . . Mr. Taylor
Manager ....... Dana Robinson
Team schedule and record Cto dateD:
Newton 5 at Huntington O
Newton 'IO at Haverhill 'I
Newton 8 Attleboro O
Newton 8 Lynn English 'I
Newton 8 at Worcester Acad. 'I
Newton 9 Boston Latin O
Interscholastics at Winchester l prasge
Newton at Winchester
Newton 8 Brookline 'I
Newton 6 at Melrose 3
Squad members include Albert
Everts, Ernest Johnson, Phillip Scan-
lon, Jack Lynch, Bob Coleron, Leon
Kruger, and William Woods.
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Lettermen and Scores
Captain ....... Enrico Colletti
Coach ......... Mr. Walters
Team schedule and record Cto datejz
Watertown 'I M
The members of the squad included
Joseph Adukewich, Enrico Colletti,
Fred l-lillier, Francis Keefe, James
Mcl'lugh, Chester Marcel, Richard
Presbey, Joseph Tedesco, Carmen
Tempesto, Edward Teschner.
I-lE Newton l-ligh Golf Team in 1939, lived up to the predic-
tions that were made for it, and, when the Newtonian went
to press, was looking forward to an undefeated season in the Greater
Boston League and the possibility of a State championship.
ln the opening match, Waltham offered unusual opposition and
Newton succeeded in winning only by the narrow margin of 5-4.
Thereafter the Orange and Black successfully trimmed Watertown
8M-M, Arlington SM-35, Lexington 9-O, Watertown 7M-15,
and Brookline 9-O. The team has a substantial lead over all other
schools in the league and, with only four more league matches to
be played, there is every indication that Newton will be out in
front at the finish.
Interest in golf among high school students is growing rapidly
as was evidenced by the large turnout for this year's team. This
interest has also spread to some of the Junior I-ligh Schools who are
playing a Full schedule of games.
With Diclc Presbey and Ed Teschner contending for the number
one slot on the team and with approximately eight others of about
the same ability, Mr. Walters had little difficulty in piclcing a sextet
to represent Newton High creditably.
It is most satisfying to Mr. Walters to note the success of his
golfers following their graduation, for example, last year's captain,
Eddie Stone's capturing of the Massachusetts State Caddie
Championship along with the valuable spoils belonging to the victor.
l-lere's for continued success to Newton l-ligh golfers in the
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ENSE, oppressive silence reigns. All eyes, thousands of them,
are intently fixed on twenty-two padded lumps with helmets,
crouched in a certain formation near the right end of the green foot-
ball field. Suddenly the formation shifts. The ball is snapped
sharply to a lump in back of the others. I-le, we assume it to be
human, with amazing speed and dexterity, turns and twists his way
to freedom, leaving the opposing team scattered on the ground,
Down the eighty yards he gallops, over the white line, and Falls
Flat in the end zone, victorious.
Well, of course, the tense, oppressive silence has long since
been broken. The crowd has literally gone wild. And out from
behind the benches run six boys in white. Through their mega-
phones they shout loud but, nevertheless, almost universally unheard
words, announcing the cheer, for these six are Newton's cheer
leaders, six boys who with equal skill lead the spectators through
"Baby in a l-ligh Chair," "l-lit-'Em-High," "Sa-Boom," "Sky-
rocket," and "Newton Locomotive."
To return to our game-the crowd has by now quieted suffi-
ciently and lapses into a new favorite, "California grapefruit! Ari-
zona cactus! We play? Csupply any team over whom we
were victoriousb just for practice!" Then we all sit down once
more only to rise enthusiastically and give a "Short Newton" for the
possessor of the powerful pied that successfully tallied the extra
point. And the all-important six retire to their corner to recuperate
and to plot for receiving the next thrilling play.
Cheer Leaders for the Season
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GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY
Miss Jean Aubrey
The following girls were awarded
large "N's" at the Girls' Assembly:
Phyllis Pollick, Helen Meserve, Sally
Delano, Erminia Mancini, Mary
O'Donnell, Florence Capobianco,
June Nesbitt, Virginia Sides, Dolita
Hatch, Helen Starbird, Constance
Cady, and Eleanor Leahy. Betty
Fletcher, the captain, received a
chevron as a second award.
HE first emphasized sport of the year is field hockey. All the
fall the green uniforms run up and down the athletic field,
passing, dribbling, driving, taclcling, and scoring. ln September
sixty-eight girls from the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes
reported for practice. Soon, when techniques had been perfected,
games were underway. The class teams were selected with Jacque-
line McLean captaining the Sophomores, Virginia Sides, the Juniors,
and Betty Fletcher, the Seniors. The Junior team won the inter-
class tournament and its members were awarded the numerals.
For the interschool games, a varsity squad was chosen. It
played the Alumnae, losing by a score of three to nothing. ln
the Brookline game, the First team lost, but the second and third
teams won. Watertown defeated the first team but lost to the second.
lncreasingly every year the Girls' Athletic Department is stressing
more games among the girls themselves rather than interschool games
in order that a greater number of girls may participate. Along with
this new trend has come the custom of having gatherings in which
several schools get together to play for fun, not for scores. Thus has
developed the "Play Day." This season Newton joined in three.
ln October several girls went to two: one given by the Brimmer
School, and the other at Beaver Country Day. In November one
private and three public schools gathered here to play. The girls
thoroughly enjoy these informal get-togethers which are gradually
displacing the interschool games.
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LTl-IOUGH the tennis season has been cut quite short this
year because of the bad weather, it has, nevertheless, been
one of the most successful, inasmuch as many more beginners came
out this year than ever before. ln the fall there was an, inter-class
tournament which was not Finished because ofthe weather. l-low-
ever, from over thirty girls who came out for the varsity, eight were
chosen, These girls were the ones who had won the most games
in a series of tournaments-within-tournaments. This year a new sys-
tem of playing was ushered in, only the varsity played in tourna-
ments this spring. lt was felt that the beginners were easily ex-
hausted and were not always available to play their matches. The
varsity, however, had a full schedule. They played Brookline and
Watertown High in a series of three singles and two doubles. The
high Spot of the season was the grand tournament with Five high
schools: Needham, Wellesley, Waltham, Lexington, and Brookline,
with part of the varsity playing each school. The girls were for-
tunate this year in having not only Miss Leiter's excellent coaching
but that of Miss Barbara Gill' of Wellesley, who assisted one day
a weelc. '
Miss Marywells Leiter
Members of the Varsity are Lydia
Ciccone, Lillian Nadone, Pat Tur-
chon, Marjorie Kiery, Ethel Shaw,
Barbara Peabody, Sally Delano, Pat
Leydon, Eleanor Leahy, manager.
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Miss Claramond Harper
The following girls received large
Captain, Betty Fletcher
Katherine Andersen received chevron
as second award.
ASKETBALL, the favorite sport of the year, repeatedly draws
the greatest number of girls who want to participate in the many
tournaments. On the Monday after Thanksgiving, eighty-nine girls
from the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes reported. Every
girl was immediately placed on a team, and the intra-mural series
was played otf.
ln January the interclass tournament began and continued
through February with the Senior team capturing the numerals.
The Sophomore, Junior, and Senior varsity class teams, captained
by Ann Nardone, Virginia Sides, and Betty Fletcher respectively,
spent February preparing for the inter-school games which were
played in March against Waltham and Watertown. Unique this
year in these games was the universal lack of victories, but the three
teams came home completely happy. The opponents tallied alto-
gether one hundred and Fifty-one points, while Newton scored
sixty-one. From the whole school, eight girls were then selected
for the honorary varsity. In their First game against the alumnae the
latter was victorious with a score of thirty to eighteen. They re-
deemed their standing with honors, however, in the game with the
faculty which they won by a score of twenty-two to ten. On
February 3, a basketball playday was held. Four public and four
private schools played a round-robin tournament. The following
girls received large "N" awards: Captain Betty Fletcher, Barbara
Green, Virginia Sides, Helen Starbird, lngrid Johnson, Dolita
Hatch, and Phyllis Pollock. Katherine Andersen received a
chevron as a second award.
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IFTEEN years ago, the game of badminton was unknown in
America. One day, a Flock of "birds," or shuttle-cocks, Flew
over the boundary line between Canada and the United States.
That migration brought us a sport which has grown increasingly
popular during the past few years.
Badminton, which resembles its sister-sport tennis, is played
with a small light racquet and a ball of heavy rubber which sits in
a parachute of feathers. This "bird," as it is termed, is kept Flying
back and Forth over the net. As in ping-pong, it is possible to
play a slow, easy game by striking the "bird" with a gentle up-
ward swing. But experts play it with great speed and force. ln-
deed, it requires more endurance and skill than does tennis, since
the ball cannot bounce, but must be kept on the wing incessantly.
Long ago, a game similar to badminton was played by princesses
in their royal gardens. They ran about in their long silken gowns
and little high-heeled slippers, chasing the feathered "bird," It
must have made a pretty picture, but it was a far cry from the game
as it is played today by lusty young high-schoolers in shorts. Freed
of hampering petticoats, they leap and run and shout like the happy,
up-do-date Amazons that they are. Badminton is only one of many
games in which girls perform with an endurance and zest, with a
grace and joy which our fore-mothers never knew. lt is one of
the many methods sponsored by the modern schools to encourage
health and sportsmanship in the young women of Today who will
be the mothers of Tomorrow.
Miss Marywells Leiter
Miss Jean Aubry
Instruction in girls' badminton is
available for all who are anxious to
learn. ln winter between thirty
and Fifty girls participate in indoor
badminton, spring weather makes it
possible for the game to be played
outdoors. On play-days, badminton
is one of the most popular sports.
Beaver Country Day was present on
the play-day of May seventeenth,
and Waltham, Brookline, and Need-
ham were invited to Newton on
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At last the Feature Section we display
With shots of hapless classmates caught at bay.
Behold yourself, and blush at photos candid,
By snoopers snapped with methods underhanded.
l-lere, too, the mystic Future is unrolled
For him who is both curious and bold.
You'd learn your fortune ere the chance be lost?
Turn then the page - but keep your Fingers crossed!
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. EXPLANATION OF CAINIDID PICTURES
CID A plug for the Newtonite . . . CQD Tarzan's mate . . . C33 I can't do a thing with my hair , . . C10 Last
minute cram . . . CSD Stand Baclcl . , . C65 Tripping the light fantastic to class . . . C75 lt's the coaching . . .
C81 Now talce route number 198 . . . C91 Give 'em the axe . . . C105 The Thinker-not by Rodin . . . CTD Could it
be the homework? . . . C122 Goldfish again . . . C131 They eat their spinach.
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C145 I pan a grin . . . C'I5D Camera conscious . , . C165 lngenue . . . C171 Diminutive . . . C'I8j l-low
did you say that? . . . C'I9DTl1e grimm personality . . . C201 "Hussey" doing . . . C2'ID 'iBy and large" . . .
C225 "Keep our lunchroom clean" . . . C235 l've gotta "Siesta" . . . C245 lt's a tough life . . . C255 Buy your own
. . . C265 If he only lcnew what was in it.
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Done Most for the Class Most Versatile Most Lilcely to Succeed
Jean l'lamant Tom Burlchard Ramona Wells Felix Rogers Barbara Beyer William Starlc
Barbara Beyer Herbert Bernard Katherine Andersen Donald MacKinnon Jean Roberts Daniel Needham
Most Popular Best Loolcing
Jane Ansley William Babb Janet Rice Jack Sunclborg
Janet Rice Tom Burlclward Jane Ansley William Babb
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Betty Fletcher William Pescosolido Anne Cady Herbert Packard
Helen Starbird Donald MacKinnon Barbara Williams Roland Pease
Finest Sense of Humor Most Conservative J Most Radical
Barbara Williams John Metz Mary Louise Shadman Thaxter Spencer Mary Ormsby Ellison Day
Grace Joyce Herbert Packard Jean Roberts William Stark Shirley Ried John Metz
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Done Most for the Class Most Popular Best Loolcing
Virginia Sides Philip Scanlon Edith Alexander Brooks Heath Claire Silva Walter Hurley
Edith Alexander Brooks Heath Muriel Palmer Philip Scanlon Cynthia Carlisle Kittredge Fisher
Juixiioia Br-xiioi QQ
Friendliest Finest Sense of Humor Most Athletic
Shirley Cryan U Fred Hall Dolita Hatch Herbert Callahan Constance Cady Thomas Dugan
Janet Munday Paul Hines Ingrid Johnson Fred Hall Virginia Sides John Flagg
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Most Versatile - Most Popular Best Looking
Barbara Peabody William Rangnow Joan Fox Stetson Mick Marjorie MacNeil Richard Hayden
Ethel Schall Stetson Mick Priscilla Parker Jack Forte Ethel Schell William Rangnow
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Lorraine Manchester Jack Forte Jean Doyle Theodore Ebel Erma Nightingale Philip Teschner
Priscilla Parker Theodore Ebel Jean Stinson Abner Pratt Barbara Peabody Joseph Beatty
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LAST WILL AND TESTAIVTENT
E, the class of 1939, non compus mentis, feeling haggard and as much in our right minds, as e'er we shall
be, having a great many things to give away, and no one in particular to bequeath them to, henceforth,
follow the trite example of preceding classes, do feebly ordain and establish this definitely last will and testa-
ment of our class. The characters in this will are not fictitious, and any reference made to the same is done quite
To the school we leave:
Building One Call other classes have left the over-worlced Building Threel.
The tunnel Cno-one else wants itj.
The new lounge in Building Three.
Our accumulation of late slips.
Home room managers and their drives.
To whom it may concern, we leave:
The stairs of Buildings One, Two, Three.
The worn places on Elm Road where everyone stands before school.
All the uneaten goldfish still remaining in the library.
The puddles on Elm Road.
The clean lunchroom.
Newton l-leigh Schools teachers.
Newton l-ligh School.
To the class of 1940, we leave:
l-lerby Bernard's efficiency.
Janet l2ice's glamour.
Wesley Marlcovitz's blue bomber.
Felix Rogers's poise.
Bill Starlc's brief case.
Mary Ormsbyis spectacles.
Jaclc Sundborg's giggle.
Barbara Williams's line.
Nancy Osborne's voice.
Bill Paine's patter.
Bill Babb's naturalness.
Mr. Rinlcer's "Rejoice,"
Sis Lucas's illness.
Sam Ansell's column.
Bill Pescosolido's record high jumps.
Sally Gifford's checlcerberries.
Dick Grimm's loquacity.
Betty Dasey's prize-spealcing talent.
Miss South's "broad sweep."
Ned Goode's camera.
Jean Jordan's simplicity.
Having completed this last will and testament with no executor other than Time, we do, with a sigh of
fatigue, place our seal in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and thirty-nine. .
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COME Wl-IAT MAY
IME being just another dimension Cyoo-hoo, Mr. Einsteinb, it Follows that with a little mental el'fort we can
travel on it like a train. Have you checked your luggage? So, for no reason, we land in the year 1947
and proceed, invisible, of course, to the home of Dr. William Baker. Robert Greer, the butler, tiptoes in.
"Eight, sir, by the Ned Steinhope Precision Watch." Bill rolls over in his Tom Andrew Electric Bed and
asks, "Have you the paper?"
"Yes, sir, Jean Hamant's Boston Bird Cage. As to the gubernatorial elections, Howard Thomas's candidate,
Daniel Needham, lost to Bill Pescosolido on a last minute write-in, just as his campaign manager, Art Hughes,
prophesied. William Stark, with his wife, the former Barbara Tower, has the latest European crisis in control
and is with William Cain and Dorothy Davis, the noted economists, right now. The well-known gun moll,
Kay Andersen, gave a party in her luxurious penthouse in honor of Nancy Blake, the society reporter, whose
engagement to Joe Alpert, head groom at the armory, has just been announced. Gene Wilson, noted geologist,
was breaking rocks in San Quentin in order to gain valuable information For the Department of Justice."
"Interesting, but the theatre page amuses me. Whatdoes Luther Davis say about Felix Rogers's 'King Lear'?"
" 'He played the king as il in constant fear that someone else would play the aceil"
"Funny, I liked it. Well, Iet's see the mail. Hmm. Hutchings' Lonely Heart Bureau will marry me . . .
an invitation to the Powers-Jordan nuptials .... LaCroix-Fine Insurance is sending Bud Messier around
in the morning. Are there any appointments today?"
"Oh yes, sir, Thomas Burkhard, president of Bide-a-Wee Mousetrap Limited, has high blood pressure,
and George Albion has low. Norman and Harold Fisher shook hands with Gino Castoldi, the cement con-
tractor, and are laid up with the grippe. Jacqueline Paul broke an arm skiing, and Lennie Sudhalter sprained
a tonsil on a high note at a lodge meeting. Peggy Hangarter has a cold."
"Probably developed it from riding too much in open cars. Appointments can wait, as I have a date for
twelve o'cIock. Hand me my Ernie Johnson shoes."
. . . The scene shifts to the Panella Arms. Bill Babb is checking in Mike Aronavitz, the drugstore
king, and the mathematician, Don Ashton, Frank Dowcett can be seen in a beIlboy's uniform calling out, "Mr,
Gilbert Burns wanted at police headquarters, Frank Houghton wanted at the morgue . . Jane Ansley
paces up and down until she sees Dr. Baker saying goodbye to Donald Flinchbaugh.
CMiss Ansley, you know, il you read Mary Ormsby's gossip column, recently returned from the Udel-
Rosenberg Film Corporation, where her name was linked with such stars and directors as Leon Kruger, Jack
Sundborg, Constance Elrod, and Joan Torborg.D
'lm very Sorry to be late, but my chaulfeur, Wes Markovitz, nearly killed me getting here, and Jimmy
Carroll gave us a ticket. And now, what happened since I saw you last?"
"Nothing, really. I was in Hollywood, but Janet Rice and Nancy Osborne are getting all the good roles,
and when they gave me a Roland Pease horror picture, I rejected it. I passed up a comedy with Johnny Metz
to come East, 'cause I got an otier from Broadway to be in a musical with Dick Grimm, Barbara Williams, and Barbara
Beyer. Oh, do you like my hair? It was done at the Thaxteur Spenceur Salon de Beaute by Wells Brown,
They walk in under the Barbara Swan murals over to the piano where Bob Lovett is pounding out a new
tune and Sam Ansell is looking over some lyrics, not his own.
Bob says, "Hello, Bill. Glad to hear you've joined with Dr. Hurwitz."
At that moment a built-in radio opens up. "Mary Gillespie announcing. We now present a speech,
'Is Communism,' by Arthur Levine." Sam turned to Pete Packard's Promenaders starring Roger Harris and the
warbling sensation, Mary Louise Shadman. A couple ol notes and back to Mr. Levine - . , those bloated
plutocrats, Melvin Creem, Barnard Ricker, Bob Clark, Bob Pullman, and Alexander Bolling. Do they get to-
gether with Tersino D'Eugenio, the labor leader? No. And Gus Solimene is rolling in steel wealth, yet he
Fires Don Abbott for dropping a crowbar on his head"-CCIickD. '
Later, Bill and Jane are Finishing lunch at the Wells-Cady Rosebud Tearoom, and, as Grenfell Allen
approaches with the check, Bill says, "Jane, will you make me the happiest man in the world?"
"All right," says Jane, "as soon as I can get my lawyer, Gerard Callanan, l'Il divorce you."
Does Bill get his divorce, does he pay the bill, is there a Santa Claus? See next year's Newtonian or
ask the man who owns one. .
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Our students benefit from training which is personally organized by Mr. Rogerw. Babson.
In forty years of active business he has hired, trained and managed thousands of young men and
women. l'lis interests include contacts with the nation's foremost industries. When enrolling
in the New England Business School, you associate yourself with an atmosphere of successful
To Secure and Hold a Position you are soundly trained in accounting, typewriting, stenog-
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For Future Promotion you are given courses in applied economics, principles of manage-
ment, public spealcing, and other subjects helpful to personality development.
Purchasing Courses are particularly emphasized. These courses are believed to be
valuable to students both as future business men and women, and as consumers.
Trips to Plants are a feature of the School and put you in touch with actual worlcing
conditions in typical factories, stores, and offices.
Placement in Jobs is among the School's most helpful activities. Altho jobs cannot be
"guaranteed", every effort is made to assist competent graduates get placed and promoted.
A unique Work-Study program is offered to help capable students apply their training and
prepare for entrance into business positions.
Students gain a powerful advantage in being trained at a realistic school,- a school
which is organized and operated from the viewpoint of active business men and experienced
employers with widespread responsibilities and large payrolls.
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NEWTCDN CENTRE MARKET, INC.
1237 CENTRE STREET z : 1 NEWTON CENTRE
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CULTURAL AND PRE-PROFESSIONAL
College of Liberal Arts - day, evening and part-time courses leading to A.B., B,S. and BS, in Ed. degrees C120 semester
hoursj. Pre-professional courses C60 hoursj for Law. Journalism and Business Administration. Entrance require-
ments,15 college entrance units. Advanced standing for acceptable college credits.
Law School-4-year day and evening course. LL.B. degree, prepares
Entrance requirement, 60 semester hours of college credits.
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College of Journalism - day and evening courses, B.S. in J. degree, 190 semester hours Cincluding 60 semester hours o
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Liberal Arts and instruction in all phases of Journa ism
College of Business Administration - day and evening courses, B.S. in B.A. degree, 120 semester hours Cincluding 60
semester hours of Liberal Artsb accounting, advertising, business management.
for LL.M. degree and higher professional standing. For LL.B.
for bar examinations and Lavv practice.
Graduate School of Law- 1-year evening course
Late Afternoon and Saturday Courses for Teachers
Special Summer School Courses Day and evening duplicate sessions All departments co-educational
Combined faculties represent cultural and professional instruction of high quality and recognized achievement
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THE MIDDSISIE DOOR
1158 WaInutSt.,Nexg1on I'Iighlands, Ma
Telephone Centre Newton 5719
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Compliments of . . .
J. B. I-Iunter Company
For young women. Ten miles from
Boston. Two-year courses for high
school graduates. Academic, I-Iome
Economics, Secretarial, Merchandising,
Pre-Nursing, Art, Music, Expression
courses. College Preparatory. Sports.
30 acres. Delightful home life. Sepa-
rate Junior School. Catalogs.
Guy M. WiNsi.ow, Pi-i.D, President
105 Woodland Rd., Auburndale, Mass.
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CCDME AND SEE SI-IOP
318 Walnut Street - Newtonyille
Picture Frames in Pastelle Leathers
NOTE PAPER FOUNTAIN PENS
Expert Watch and Greeting Cards
Clock Repairing by Br0mHefd
Reynold s Jewelry
STANLEY A. REYNOLDS
'I'I76 Walnut St., Newton Highlands
Telephone Center Newton 4746
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A DOLLAR PLUS A DESIRE
A dollar bill - plus the desire
to save regularlyfhas started
many a student on the road to
prosperity. A dollar opens
a savings account here.
384 CENTRE ST., AT NEWTON CORNER
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ALBERTS BEAUTY STUDIO
512 Walnnlt Street, Newtonville
Telephone Newton North 7650
At Newton l-ligh .
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Co-educational day and evening classes.
Limited enrollment. Free Placement.
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Mistress, Mistress Sweet Sixteen,
If your loclcs have lost their sheen:
If your heart with envy stirs
When you notice chic coiliures,
If you wince when young follc stare
At your own unruly hair -
Then, my dear, oh then Forsooth,
Go at once to Madame Ruth!
Have a permanent, supreme,
Which will leave your curls agleam,
At a price Cquite temporaryj,
Then how changed will be the shoel
AII your friends will envy you!
Madame Rutlfs Beauty Salon
Thirty-Six Langley Rd., Newton Centre
Telephone Centre Newton 0607
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