Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)

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NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS DEDICMICDN TO Samuel Thurber, Whose high scholarship and indomi- table courage have been the inspiration of the Newton I-iigh School English Departmentlorthirty-nine years, its guide and friendly mentor for thirty-two, we atlectionately dedicate this boolc, hoping to be worthy ol the greatness ol the man we seek to honor. X Seven VA R V ,N, UTEZZIUTLZ7 Herein vve present to you the Newtonian of 1941. This, the thirty-second edition, has a definite purpose: to present a vivid picture ot Newton High School. As you review this year hook you vvill be reminded of recent associations and experiences, but as the years slip hy, vve hope that it will serve to refresh cherished memories. A TI-IE EDITQRS. Eight TQ 0 N T E N lntrocluction Faculty . lli-Lites . Classes Activities Atliletics Features Advertisers T S 1-9 TO-13 14-17 18-89 90-139 140-157 158-176 177-188 Will LI Ll Nin QD MR. RAYMQND A. GREEN Newton l-ligh School is Fortunate to have as its new prin- cipal a man ol such varied talents, interests, and experiences as Mr. Raymond fix. Green. l-lis broad education has included study at Muhlenberg College in Pennsylvania, where he was a four- letter man, at Columbia, l-larvard, Boston University, Chicago University, and Leiden University in l-lolland. During the World War he was commissioned a lieutenant in the United States Army. l-lis professional experience includes teaching in Rhode lsland, Pennsylvania, Columbia and Muhlenberg summer sessions, and since 1923 in Newton. During vacations he has traveled exten- sively in Europe, North Africa, and the United States. Two of Mr. Green's greatest interests are colored movies and theatricals. While at Newton l-ligh he has ably portrayed roles in several faculty plays and has actively supported all forms of school dramatics. We wish Mr. Green many more years ol happiness and success. MR. C, ELWOOD DRAKE Mr. C. Elwood Dralce, our new Assist- ant Principal, is both a much studied and much travelled individual. Through his education at Dartmouth and more re- cently at Columbia, from which he will receive his Doctor of Philosophy de- gree this spring, his main interests in pupil guidance and mental health have been furthered. The long summer vaca- tions given to the teaching profession have provided opportunity lor him to talce graduate courses, to teach at Columbia during Summer Sessions, and to travel in Europe in charge of small groups on Five ditlerent occasions. Mr. Dralce was a teacher in Montclair, New Jersey, a member ol the National Survey ol Secondary Education in Washington, D. C., and Dean ol Boys, as well as Vice- principal, in Des Moines, lowa, before he came to Newton, where he has been Director of Research and Guidance lor four years previous to his present position. A ti ti 'AS I SAID BEFORE" PERSONNEL OFFICE, ROOM 314 nun- Tl-lu Y' ,AIJWAYS KNOW ZNQD .5 ig, M ,1 - if 4? 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Miss Charlotte Simon, Miss Flora Smith, Mr. Floyd Somerville, Miss Margaret South, Mr. Andrew Steinhope, Miss Elsa Stone, Mr. Carl Swan, Mr. Walter Taylor. Row 6. Miss Alma Thomas, Miss Frances Thumin, Mr. Samuel Thurber, Miss Ruth Twiss, Miss Adele Waldmeyer, Mr. Thomas Walters, Miss Louise Wetherbee, Miss Hazel White. Row 7. Miss l-lelen White, Mr. Daniel Williard, Mr. Lester Williams, Mr. Sterling Williams, Mr. Beverly Wilson, Mr. William Winston. FACULTY gr.: fr-asf ' i l rl? .W ' f. ' 'W' -ti ,ww ,X V F 1 . A 5 5 , 541 N if - ff ew F 1 " fr f I bi if 1 il ' . , : ? C... . a li f l A 3 J 1 ,. if 'A " ' I: .sb :' A.:,,,gZ-, J I i , I -4145 MR. C. ELWOOD DRAKE Thirteen ., :fs X I NX X x N I 1 xnwm, 7,1-1 5 NI I Iil: 'E I-IOMEMAKERS, INC. NIMBLE FINGERS FRIDAY MORNING A8230 :muff JUNE 7TH IS TI-IE DATE QTTTELTTES MAKE YOURSELF AT I-IOME "ACCORDING TO NEWTOIXVS THEORY . . TAKE A LETTER, PLEASE TAKE AN EGG . , . CAPTAINS, OLD AND NEW 22 I NEWTON IF SHE COULD ONLY COOK! OUIET, PLEASE HI-LITES MIDNIGHT OIL, P. T. A. TI-IESPIANS ORANGE SHIELD - TAKE NOTE! STUDY IN PARALLELS SE Nineteen ROBERT BEATTY President PRISCILLA PARKER Second Vice-President mis PHILIP TESCHNER First Vice-President BARBARA PEABODY Secretary STANLEY COLLINSON Treasurer IQ ALE DAR September Back to the Old Grind Class Meeting October Senior Play Announced at Assembly Senior Play Tryouts Selection of Newtonian Editors November Bachelor Born First Football Rally Class Photographer Chosen Armistice Day Assembly Brookline Victor at Turkey Day Game December Christmas Vespers Boys' Assembly - Swede Nelson, I-Iarvard Coach Drama Club Play Tryouts December QOth - At Last! January Girls' Assembly - Dolores Burke, Air Hostess We Flu from School February "Nathan l-Iale" Vacation March Midvvinter Concert Girls' Gym Meet National I-lonor Society Induction - Prize Essay and Poetry Contest April Dr. Gezork Assembly May Senior Prom - "Miss Newtonian Girls' Dress Assembly Senior Night "I I-lear America Singing" June Finals Graduation Twenty-one HELEN R. ABRAMS 65 Ferncrolt Rd., Waban Office Training, Brookline l-Iigh, 1940, Secretarial School, National I-lonor , Society, 4. 4 CHARLOTTE CLAIRE ADAMS 321 Cabot St., Newtonville Charl, Academic, Weeks, Academie Moderne, Dance Club, Oriole Committee, 4, English Club, Chorus, 4, Archery, 4. KATHERINE ELIZABETH AHERN 1401 Washington St., West Newton Kitty, Office Training, Warren. LOUISE MARY AHERN 2077 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Lou, Office Training, Warren, Scholar- ship Roll, Q, 3, 4, Commercial Club, Q, Newtonian Stahl, 4, National I-lonor Society, 4. PRISCILLA ALLEN 19 Birch Hill Rd., Newtonville Tillie, Pril, Academic I, Tenacre School, Edgewood Park Jr. College, Alpha Beta, Q, Knitting Club, 3, 4, Chorus, 4, Christmas Vespers, 4, Mid-Winter Concert, 4, Senior Picture Committee. JOSEPH AUSTIN ALLISON, JR. Q0 Ripley Terrace, Newton Centre Joe, Academic V, Weeks. Twenty-tvvo F' ks eq!! I -cf 'QW fide ELIZABETH RAY ALLYN i 31 Pulsifer St., Newtonville ' Ray, Betty, Academic l, Weeks, Junior College, English Club, 3, Alternate Legislature, 4, Knitting Club, 4. l NAIDA ELAINE ALTHENS 9053 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Academic lll, Warren, Art School, Swimming Club. ANNA B. AMES 69 Evelyn Rd., Waban Academic l, Weeks, Archery, 9, 3, 4, Badminton, Q, 3, Ping-Pong, 4, Puppeteers, Secretary, Q, President, 3, Vice-President, 4. EDWARD GLEN AMOS, JR. Q8 Cabot St., Newton Ted, Certificate, Shorewood, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Motion Picture Squad, 3. AUGUST ANGELICCHIO 12A Cottage St., Newton Upper Falls Gus, Business, English High, Trade School. ELIZABETH HARRIET ANTHONY 19 Balcarres Rd., West Newton Toni, Betty, Certificate, Dana Hall, Stoneleigh Junior College, Orange Shield, 4, Spanish Club, 3, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 3, Chorus, 3, 4, Christmas Vespers, 4, Mid-Winter Concert, 4. MARY LORRAINE ANTONUEEI 373 Langley Rd,, Newton Centre Lorraine, Business, Weeks, Nursing School, Home Economics Club, Personality Club, Verse-Speaking Choir, Senior Play Committee, Chairman of Candy Committee. DOUGLAS KNOX ARMSTRONG 498 Chestnut St., Waban Knox, Certificate, Warren, Dartmouth, Math Club, 3, Drama Club, 4, Newtonian Stalff, 3, Drama Club Play, 4, Scholarship Ro I, 4. ROBERT HAROLD ARONOVITZ 14 Nottingham St., Newton Centre Bob, Academic I, Weeks, Mass. College of Pharmacy, Social Studies Club, Q, 4, Camera Club, 3, Honor Roll, 3, Newtonian Advertising Staff, 4. BARBARA WORTH ATKINS 37 Randlett Pk., West Newton Academic, Dedham High School, Eng- lish Club 4, Home Economics Club, 4, National l-Ionor Society, 3, 4. AUGUST F. AVA NTAGGIO 37 Elmwood St., Newton Gus, Language, Bigelow, Harvard, Football, J. V., 9, Varsity, 3, 4, Baseball, 9, 4, Legislature, Q, 3, 4, Senior Executive Council, 4, Varsity Club, 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee, Newtonian Staff, 4, National Honor Society, 4, ANNE BACKMAN 124 Grasmere St., Newton Academic I, Bigelow, Alpha Beta, Q, Orange Shield, 3, 4, Home Room Manager, 4, Newtonian Staff, 4, Senior Play Costume gommittee, 4, Art Club, 4, Knitting Club, uw-"' 3 405 -gr CHARLINE MITCHELL BAILEY Q1 Lake Ave., Newton Centre Doobie, Certificate, Weeks, Centenary Jr. College, Alpha Beta, Q, Neophytes, Q, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, Cavalry Club, Q, 3, 4, English Club, 4, Basketball, Q, 3, Baseball, Q, Home Room Manager, 3, Data Committee of Newtonian, 2, Scholar- ship Roll, Q, 3, Publicity Chairman, Gym Meet, 4, Senior Emblems, 4. JUDITH BAILEY Q7 Central Terrace, Auburndale Judy, Maxim, Certificate, Warren, Boston University, German Club, 2, 3, Music Club, 4, Dancing Club, 4, Orange Shield, 2, 3, 4. ANN MARIE BALDI 197 Winslow Rd., Waban Baldi, Anna, Office Training, Weeks, Wilfred Academy, Girls' Chorus, 9, 3, Christmas Vespers, 9, 3, Mid-Winter Concert, 2. WARREN CHARLES BALDWIN 91 Nehoiden Rd., Waban Baldy, Language, Warren, Haverford, Honor Roll, Q, 3, Math Club, 3, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Intermediate Foot- ball, 3, lndoor Track, 3, 4, Outdoor Track, 3, 4, Chemistry Club, 4, Newtonian, 4, Board of Publications, 4, Legislature Alternate, 4, Orange Shield, 4, Usher, Senior Play, 4, Lunchroom Committee, 4. BARBARA BANKS 39 Homewood Rd., Waban Barbie, Certificate, Warren, Edgewood Park Jr. College, Orange Shield, 4, Legislature, 4, Class Secretary, 3, Drama Club Workshop, 3. LAURA MAY BANNON 340 Ward St., Newton Centre Academic I, Weeks, Simmons, Alpha Beta, Q, Knitting Club, 3, 4, Cavalry Club, 2, Bowling, 4, English Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Vespers, Mid-Winter Concert, Candy Committee, Christmas Tree Decorations. Twenty-three VIRGINIA BARBER 148 Edinboro St., Newtonville Ginny, Certificate, Day, Framingham Teachers College, English Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q. GLADYS MARY BARBOZA Q5 Bemuth Rd., Newton Highlands Academic V, Cambridge High and Latin. HAROLD BARCLAY 55 Bridges Ave., Newtonville Farmer, Buckwheat, Academic, Day, Stockbridge School of Agriculture, De- bating Club, 2. ' MARJORIE BARROWS 1364 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Margie, Academic l, Whitman High School, Chamberlain School, Legislature, 4, French Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4. f f . ,1. J MARYi"C'AT'i-IERINAE ' BARRY 4' 4'l William St., West Newton Blackie, Kay, Academic V, Warren. MARCIA RHODA BASCH 463 Waverley Ave., Newton Centre Marsh, Certiticate, Weeks, Pembroke, Gym Meet, Q, Alpha Beta, 2, Knitting Club, 3, English Club, 3, Cavalry Club, 4, Senior Play Candy Committee, Newtonian, Activities Committee, 4, Honor Roll, 3. Twenty-four ANNA MARIE BASTIANELLI 95 Rustic St., Newton Ann, Olfice Training, Day. CECIL R. E. BAXTER 55 Chaske Ave., Auburndale Academic l, Warren, Norwich, Aviation Club, 4, Newtonian Advertising Staff, 4, Senior Picture Committee. J OSEPH ROBINSON BEATTY 46 Washington Pk., Newtonville Bat, Academic, Day, Dartmouth, Boys' Chorus, 4, Legislature, Varsity Football, 9, 3, 4, Varsity Hockey, 52, 3, 4, Co- Captain, 4, Outdoor Track, Q, 3, 4, Varsity Club, 9, 3, 4. ROBERT LORING BEATTY 46 Washington Pk., Newtonville Bob, Bat, Certificate, Day, Southern California, Class President, 4, President Varsity Club, 4, Vice-President of Associates, 4, Legislature, Orange Shield, 4, Chairman Senior Executive Council, Civics Board, Intermediate Football, 9, Varsity, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Varsity Basket- ball, Q, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 3, Senior Prom Committee. 3 .14 1, .Z DONALD W. BECHTEL 35 Bradford Rd., Newton Highlands Don, Red, Academic l, Weeks, North- eastern, Intermediate Hockey, 3. MARJ ORIE REBECCA BECKWITH 20 Orient Ave., Newton Centre Margie, Becky, Academic lll, Art, Weeks, Massachusetts Art School, Drama Club, Honor Roll, 3, 4, Drama Club Candy Committee, 4, Drama Club, Scenery Painted, National Honor Society, 4. NATALIE BEDELL 60 St. Mary's St., Newton Lowefr Falls Nat, Office Training, Warren, Forsyth Dental JACQUELINE BEEVER 32 Manchester Rd., Newton Highlands Jackie, Language, Manchester Central High, Manchester, N. H., Colby Junior College, French Club, 4, English Club, 3, Tusitala, 4, Library Club, 4, Newtonite Literary Staff, 3, 4, Copy, 4, Glee Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4. GEORGE BELL 218 Mill St., Newtonville Warren, Academic, Columbia, South Orange, N. J., Lunchroom duty, 4. ROBERT BENES Q7 Walnut St., Newtonville Beansy, Business, Day, Golf Team, 3, 4, Captain 4. BERNARD BENOIT 91 Adams St., Newtonville Bernie, Ben, Academic V, Day, Tufts. HELEN ROSE BERALDI 67 Webster St., West Newton Burr, Dolly, Office Training, Warren, Franklin Institute, Girls' Chorus, Q, 3, 4. WILLIAM OWENS BETZ 49 Walker St., Newtonville Bill, Willie, Certificate, Day, Syracuse, Football, Intermediate, 3, Varsity, 4, Basketball, Varsity, 3, Hockey, Junior Varsity, Q, Tennis, Varsity, Q, 3, 4, Varsity Club, 3, 4. SANTE BIANCHI 3 Shamrock St., Newton Academic V, Day. ANNA T. BIBBO 184 Adams St., Newton Ann, Office Training, Day, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Commercial Club, Q, Honor Roll, Q, 3, Lunchroom Committee, 4. MARY BIBBO 83 Faxon St., Newton Office Training, Day, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Orange Book, 3, Honor Roll, 9, 3, 4, Lunchroom Committee, 4. ELIZABETH ANN BICKNELL Q40 Windsor Rd., Waban Betty, Bick, Language, Weeks, Vassar, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Orange Shield, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Cavalry Club, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Alpha Beta, 9, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, Drama Club Work- shop, 4, Chairman Property Committee, 4, Senior Play Committee, 4, Try-Out Com- mittee, 4, Legislature Alternate, 4. NATALIE BIGELOW Q6 Holden Rd., West Newton Nat, Language, Warren, Connecticut, Legislature, 9, 3, Gym Meet, Q, Verse- Speaking Choir, 3, 4, Library Club, 3, President, 4, Knitting Club, 3, Social Studies, 3, Orange Shield, 4, Junior forum, 4, Home Room Manager, 4, Evening of the Dance, 3, Newtonite, 4, Newtonian Representaive, 3. Twenty-five PHILIP LINTNER BIRMINGHAM 51 Oakwood Rd., Newtonville Phil, Certificate, Day, Tufts, Assistant Home Room Manager, 2, Newtonite Literary Staff, Q, English Club, 9, 3, Aviation Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Math Club, 4, A Band, 3, A Orchestra, 4, Tennis, 3, Senior Play Business Committee, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 4, Newtonite Editorial and Business Staff, 4, Legislature, 4, National Honor Society, 4. JOHN PORTER BIRTWELL 59 Lakewood Rd., Newton Highlands John, Birt, Certificate, Weeks, Boston College, Hockey, Junior Varsity, Q, intermediate, 3, Baseball, Junior Varsity, Q, Intermediate, 3, Senior Play Committee, 4. ALBERT JAMES BLAIR 74 Pelham St., Newton Centre Jim, Certificate, Boston Latin, Amherst, Debating Club, 2, Alpha Beta, Q, English Slug, 3, 4, Camera Club, 3, Chemistry u , 4. W BETSY WHEELER BLAKE 53 Marshall St., Newton Centre B., Language, Warren, Smith, Neophytes, Drama Club, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 4, Senior Play, "Mid- summer Night's Dream," "Trial By Jury," "Pirates of Penzance," Drama Club Play, 3, 4, Usher, 3, Music Club, 3, Cavalry Club, 3, Vesper Service, Q, 3, 4, Concert, Q, 3, 4, Broadcast, 9, 3, 4, English Club, 3. MARIE BLAOUERE 66 Gilbert St., West Newton Office Training, Warren. BETTY BLEICH 15 Exmon Rd., Newton Centre Bee, Jeannie, Certificate, Weeks, North- western, Alpha Beta, Drama Club Work- shop, 3, 4, Knitting Club, Drama Club Play, 3, 4, Chairman Costume Committee, 3, Property Committee, 4. Twenty-six ROBERT HILTON BLEILER 17 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre Horsehair, Bob, Academic I, Weeks, New Hampshire State, Varsity Club, Legislature, 4, Baseball, Q, Football, Q, 3, 4, Intermediate, Q, Varsity, 3, 4, Track Indoor, Q, 4, Track Outdoor, 3, 4, Hockey, 3, Gym Meet, 3. SHIRLEY RAE BLOOD 39 Churchill St., Newtonville Shirl, Red, Office Training, Day, Scholarship Roll, 2, 3, 4, Aviation Club, 3, Lunchroom Committee, 3, Tennis, 2, Ping-Pong, Parents' Night, 3, Alpha Beta, Q, National Honor Society, 4. RUTH JANET BLUE 115 Newtonville Ave., Newton Ruthie, Kid, Academic, l, Bigelow, Chamberlain, Voice Culture Broadcast, Christmas Vespers. RICHARD LUDDINGTON BOLIN 99 Jewett St., Newton Dick, Mathematics, Bigelow, Texas A 81 M, Microphone Club, Treasurer 2, Vice-President, 3, President, 4, Chemistry Club, Vice-President, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Senior Play Committee, 4, Orange Shield, 4, Newtonian Staff, 4, Usher at Assembly, Q, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Scholarship R ll, Q, 3, 4, Committee of 91. ANDREW A. BONANNO 95 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill Andy, Bananas, Academic l, Weeks, Duke. WENDELL BOOTH 234 Jackson St,, Newton Centre Windy, Business, Weeks, Track Team, Varsity, 2, 3, Football Team, Varsity, 2, 3. WILLARD JEROME BosToN .I 5 Glastonbury Oval, Waban Jerry, Chief, Mathematics, Weeks, Coast Guard Academy, Varsity Football, 4, Photography Club, Q, Senior Play, Usher, Drama Club Play, Usher, Track, Q, Gym Meet, 3, English Play, 3. JOHN IRVING BOUDREAU, JR. 55 Jackson Rd., Newton Johnnie, Jack, Business, Bigelow, Boston College, Aviation, 4. EDWARD ALAN BOULTER 38 Mosstield Rd., Waban Alan, Al, Certificate, Warren, Massachu- setts State, Aviation Club, Cavalry Club. CHARLES ALBERT BOVA 'IQ Simpson Ter., Newtonville Sig, Academic I, Day, Alabama, Boys' Chorus, Spanish Club, President of Home Room, Hockey, J. V., Intermediate, Var- Sity. PHYLLIS MARION BOWER 60 Allison St., Newton Phyl, Academic, Bigelow, Nursing School, Soccer Class Team, Q, 3, 4, Hockey Class Team, Q, 4, Varsity, Q, Basketball Class Team, Q, 3, 4, Varsity, Q, Baseball, 2, Outing Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Girls Chorus, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Ves- pers, 2, 3, 4. ANN EDNA BOWMAN 48 Chesley Rd., Newton Centre Eddy, Tiny, Ollice Training, Weeks, Commercial Club, 9, 3, Legislature, 4, Aviation Club, 2, 3, Honor Roll, 9, Home Room Manager, 9, Senior Play Committee, 4, Neophytes, Q. W, 'QITV PAUL FRANCIS BOWMAN 95 Webster Pk., West Newton Business, Warren, Boston University, National Honor Society, 4. VIRGINIA LEE BOYER 'IQ Burnside Rd., Newton Highlands Ginny, Gin, Office Training, Weeks, Aviation Club, Q, 3, Commercial Club, 2, 3, Home Room Manager, Q, Legislature, 3. RICHARD SINCLAIR BOYNTON 37 Holden Rd., West Newton Dick, Certificate, Warren, Brown, Football, Q, Usher for Drama Club Play, 4. FLORENCE ANNE BREEN 'I7 Jackson Ter., Newton Flo, Florrie, Oltice Training, Bigelow, Business School, Basketball, 9. CARL S. BRENAN 'IO3 Thurston Rd., Newton Upper Falls Muscles, Dapper, Academic l, Weeks, Dartmouth, Home Room Manager, Q. CHARLES I. BRINK 43 Fairmont Ave., Newton Gunner, C. I., Certificate, Bigelow, Harvard, Home Room Manager, 9, Foot- ball, Q, Track, 3, 4. Twenty-seven PATRICIA MARY BRODERICK 'l7 Rogers St., Newton Pat, Twinnie, Academic ll, Bigelow, Framingham Teachers, Glee Club, Q, 3, 4, "Trial By Jury," 3. PHYLLIS AGNES BRODERICK 17 Rogers St., Newton Fit, Phyl, Academic, Bigelow, Glee Club, Q, 3, 4, Orange Shield, Q, 3, 4, "Trial By Jury," 3, CONSTANCE BROSNAHAN 'IBO Derby St., West Newton Connie, Academic, Warren, Cuirls' Chorus. : CHARLES A. BROWN V Q73 Homer St., Newton Centre Charlie, Language, Day, J. V. Football, Track, Q, 3, Home Room Manager, 4, Alpha Beta, Drama Club, 4, Debating, 3, Drama Club Play, 4. DOROTHY ELIZABETH BROWN 84 Freeman St., Auburndale Dot, Dottie, Academic, Warren, Home Room Manager, Q, Legislature Alternate, 4. JOHN OLDFORD BROWN, JR. 3 Proctor St., Newtonville Jack, Brownie, Academic, Day, Spring- field, Basketball, Q, 3, Football, 3, 4. Twenty-eight ROYAL S. BROWN 44 Woodland Rd., Auburndale Roy,CertiFicate, Warren, Yale, Camera Club, 3, Chemistry Club, 4. RANDALL SYLVESTER BROWNRIGG 96 Arlington St., Newton Ranny, Randy, Academic, Bigelow, Boston University. ARTHUR BRUEMMER 4'l Lindbergh Ave., West Newton Art, Abe, Academic l, Warren, Spring- field, Nature Club, 2, A Band, 3, Legis- lature, 4. ROBERT ROSS BUCHANAN, JR. 'l8 Fisher Ave., Newton Highlands Bob, Bucky, Academic l, Weeks, Northeastern, Intermediate Hockey, 3. GEORGE R. BUITTA Q31 Upland Ave., Newton Highlands Bob, Academic I, Weeks, Northeastern. ALLAN D. BURGESS 47 Carleton St., Newton AI, Academic l, Bigelow, Northeastern. JOHN A. BURKE 217 Derby St., West Newton Jackie, Business, Warren. PA L J HN BURKE U O 1463 Washington St., West Newton Brud, Business, Warren, Boston College, J. V. Basketball, Intermediate Football, 2, Aviation Club, 4. CHARLOTTE W. BURMON 421 Waverley Ave., Newton Charl, Certificate, Weeks, Mass. State, Art Club, Golf, Ping-Pong, Newtonite. RICHARD GRANT BUSWELL 321 Kenrick St., Newton Dick, Buz, Certificate, Bigelow, Vermont University, B Band, 2, 3, B Orchestra, 2, A Band, 2, 3, 4, Cavalry Club, 3, 4, Math Club, 4, Senior Picture Appointment Committee, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4. JEAN BYERS 30 Wedgewood Pd., West Newton Language, Emma Willard School, Troy, N. Y., Smith, Drama Club, 4, Drama Club Play, 4, Senior Play, 4, Honor Roll, 4. PAUL RICHARD BYRNE 78 Withington Rd., Newtonville Academic l, Day, Boston University, B Band, B Orchestra, 2, A Band, 3, 4, Basketball Manager, 3, Camera Club, 4, aenior Play Usher, 4, Drama Club Play s er. QQ ADELINE CAMPO 12 Freeman St., Auburndale Addie, Academic, Somerville High School, Nursing, Camera Club. EDWIN GOULD CAPON 58 Channing Rd., Newton Centre Eddie, Language, Weeks, Harvard, Alpha Beta, 2, Camera Club, 2, 3, Music Club, 4, Home Room Manager, 4, "Trial By Jury," Honor Roll, 2, 3, Senior Play Committee, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Assistant Business Manager, Orange Book, Newtonian, Lunchroom Committee, 4, Senior Play Usher, Glee Club, 3, 4, Finance Board, 4. MICHAEL JOHN CAPPELLO 374 Cherry St., West Newton Mickey, Mike, Business, Warren, PAUL FRANCIS CAPPELLO 51 Oak Ave., West Newton Polly, Bam, Business, Warren. GLORIA LOUISE CARDINAL 29 Margaret Rd., Newton Highlands Office Training, Weeks, Legislature, 3, Executive Committee, 4, Commercial Club, 2, Orange Shield, 4, Orange Book, 3, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4. JOHN FRANCIS CARLEY 77 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Buck, Slim, Academic I, Bigelow, War Department Courses, B Band, 2, B Orchestra, 2, A Band, 2. Twentyrnine MARY ANNE CARLEY 39 Floral St., Newton Highlands Academic V, Weeks, Wellesley Nurs- ing School. MILTON CARMEN 'VIS Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill Chucker, Mathematics, Weeks, Yalei Basketball, Junior Varsityf Q, Camera Club, Q, Alpha Beta, Alpha Gamma Tau, 3, 4, Honor Roll,54, Newtonite Staff, 4. J JAMES CARMODY 'lO Shirley St., West Newton Jimmy, Carm, Business Training, Warren, Assembly Usher, 42, 3. BARBARA CARNES 'l8 Hawthorne Ave., Auburndale Barbie, Academic l, Warren, Westbrook Jr. College, Cavalry Club, Costume Com- mittee lor Senior Play, JOSEPHINE IRVING CARNEY Bradford Court, Newton Centre Jo, Josy, Academic ll, Weeks, Academie Moderne, Cavalry Club, 3, 4, Swimming Club, 4, Home Room Manager, Q, 3, Legislature, 3, Social Room Hostess. SHIRLEY KENDALL CARPENTER 46 Hinckley Rd., Waban Shirl, Carp, Academic lll, Warren, Jack- son von Ladau, Committee of 88, Q, "Mid- summer Nights Dream," Dance Group, Q, 3, 4, Evening of the Dance, Cuirls' Gym Meet, Microphone Club, 9, 3, 4, Committee of 91, 4, Newtonian Com- mittee, Charter Member Art Club. Thirty JOSEPH T. CARROLL 'I4 Elm Court, West Newton Joe, Academic I, Warren, B Band, B Orchestra, A Band, Q, 3, 4, Clarinet Ouartette. DOROTHY LOUISE CARTER 853 Washington St., Newtonville Dot, Dottie, Academic,, Day, Home Economics, Personality, Girls Chorus. ANGELO CARUSO 'IS Turner Ter., Newtonville Ang, Angie, Academic, Watertown. ROSEMARY CARUSO 276 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville Office Training, Day, Girls' Chorus. WILLIAM JOSEPH CARUSO Q5 Mague Ave., West Newton Bill, Carr, Certilicate, Warren, Tufts Engineering School, Junior Varsity Hockey, Q, Intermediate Hockey, 3, Orange Book Stall, 3, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Chairman, Senior Play Properties Committee, 4, Legislature, 4, Math Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, Scholar- ship Roll, Q, 3, 4. FRANCIS CARVELLI 62 Auburndale Ave., West Newton Chick, Fran, Academic I, Warren, Boston University, Varsity Hockey, 3, 4, Junior Varsity Hockey, Q, Scholarship Roll, 3. JOSEPH H. CARVER Q71 Chestnut St., West Newton Joe, Academic, Brookline High, Busi- ness, Aviation Club, 4, Camera Club, 4. EDWARD VICTOR CASAVA NT 6 Washburn St., Newton Eddie, Casanova, Academic, Bigelow, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, ln- termediate Hockey, Baseball, Newtonite Sports Staff, Boys' Chorus, Varsity Hockey. JOSEPHINE CEDRONE 89 Adams St., Nonantum Jo, Fluffy, Academic V, Day. SERGE CHALOFF Q5 Priscilla Rd., Chestnut Hill The Mad Russian, Academic l, Weeks, Music School, A Band, A Orchestra. WILFRED E. CHANDONAIT Q2 Jerome Ave., West Newton Will, Shanty, Business, Warren, Burdett, Drama Club. CHARLES DUNN CHARLTON 'I47 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Dunnie, Charlie, Business, Day, Base- ball, Q. 43 gn-N 475 'Q is C77 JUNE ELIZABETH CHASE 6'l Wildwood Ave., Newtonville Language, Hillsboro High, N. H., McGill University, Basketball, 3, 4, French Club, 3, Mathematics Club, 4, Debating Club, 4, Honor Roll, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4. PENELOPE AGNES CHASE 3'l7 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Penny, Polly, Academic I, Warren, gugniss School, Band, 3, 4, Orchestra, BETTE LOVELAND CHESLEY 3 Sagamore Rd., Newton Highlands Bet, Academic l, Weeks, Edgewood Park, Cavalry, 4. ROSE MARIE CICCARIELLO 87 Floral St., Newton Highlands Office Training, Weeks, Miss Skelton's School, Outing Club, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, Personality Club, 4, Basketball, 9, 3, 4, Badminton, 3, 4, Field Hockey, 3, 4, Tennis, 3, Girls' Chorus, 3. LYDIA CIFALDO 'I4 Rockland St., Newton Highlands Lee, Lyd, Office Training, Weeks, Home Economics, 4, Commercial Club, 4, Chair- man Program Committee, Home Economics Club, Program Committee, Commercial Club, National Honor Society, 4. LOUISE ELEANOR CINELLI Q79 Pearl Street, Newton Weezie, Lou, Office Training, Bigelow, Modern Dancing, Tennis. Thirty-one MARIE ANTOINETTE CIVETTI 'IS Cottage Court, Nonantum Toni, Etta, Academic ll, Day, Boston University, Basketball, 2, 3, Tennis, Q, Hockey, 2, 3, Baseball, Q, Modern Dancing 3. CARL CLARK , 'l44 Hancock St., Auburndale Mathematics, Warren, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Newtonite, 3, 4, Business Manager Newtonian, 4, Legis- lature, 3, 4, Board of Publications, 4, Prize Speaking, Q, B Band, 2, B Orchestra, Q, A Band, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Senior Play, 4, Orange Shield, 4, Lunchroom Chairman, 4, German Club, Q, Math Club, 3. PHYLLIS MARION CLARK 'l5 Oakwood Rd., Auburndale Phleecy, Phyl,. Academic l, Warren, Hospital Training, Swimming Club, 3, Archery, 3. SANFORD CLARK 73 Arlington St., Newton San, Sandy, Academic l , Bigelow. 'SIDNEY FULLER CLARK 2033 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Sid, Mathematics, Warren, Northeastern, Alpha Gamma Tau, Q, 3, Aviation Club, Q, 4, Drama Club, 3, Drama Club Play, Senior Play, Orange Book, Newtonite, Assistant Business Manager, Newtonian, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4. NATHAN CLIFFORD 6'l Evergreen Ave., Auburndale Nate, Business, Warren, Boston Univer- sity. Thirty-two PAUL OTIS COBURN 99 Crescent St., Auburndale Poc, Ottie, Certificate, Warren, North- eastern, Basketball, Q, Track, Q, 4, A Band, Q, 3, 4, B Band, 2, Mid-Winter Concert, Q, 3, 4. CLAIRE PATRICIA COFFEY 305 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands Pat, Office Training, Brighton High, Mouse lsland Business College. JACK COHEN 68 Green St., Newton Long John, Academic, Day, Springfield, Basketball, Q, 3, Football, Q, 3, Baseball, 2. HELEN RUTH COLAN 397 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Semi, Certificate, Day, Newton Hospi- tal, Orange Shield, 2, 3, 4, Microphone Club, Q, 3, Home Room Manager, 2, 3, Assistant, 4. HERBERT CHESTER COLE 'l'lQ Ouinobequin Rd., Newton Lower Falls I-lerb, I-lerbe, Certificate, Warren, Northeastern. PHYLLIS EMMA COLE 'I5 Day St., Auburndale Phyl, Duchess, Academic l, Warren, Lasell, Spanish Club. JAMES J. COLLINS 63fHarvard St., Newtonville Jim, Language, Eastwood High School. MARGARET R. COLLINS 19 Cottage St., Newton Upper Falls Margie, Miggy, Academic ll, Weeks, New England Hospital, Camera Club, 3, Knitting Club, 4, Chorus, 3, Christmas Vesper Service, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, Q. STANLEY EARL COLLINSON, JR. 7'l Hancock Ave., Newton Centre Bud, Stan, Language, Weeks, Harvard, Varsity Tennis, Q, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Varsity, Hockey, 3, 4, Legislature, Q, 3, 4, Class Treasurer, 2, 3, 4, Chairman Civics Board, 4, Social Board, 3, Head of Orange Shield, 4, Executive Council, 3, 4, Senior Executive Council, 4. ROSE ANN COMPOSTO 833 Boylston St., Newton Highlands Compy, Ro, Academic l, Weeks, Art School, English:Club, 4. NANCY ELLEN CONCANNON 5 Cross St., West Newton Connie, Nan, Language, Warren, Trinity College, Alpha Beta, Q, Neophytes, Q, Newtonite, 9, 4, Library Club, 3, Vice-President, 4, Newtonian Repre- sentative, 3, Junior Forum, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 3, Legislature, 4, Social Room Alternate, 4, "Evening of the Dance", 3, Lunchroom Squad, 4. JOHN E. CONDON 474 Brookline St,, Newton Centre Connie, Certificate, Weeks, North- eastern, Advertisement Committee, Foot- ball, Senior Play Usher, MARIE ELIZABETH CONLON 63 Charlemont St., Newton Highlands Connie, Mae, Office Training, Weeks, Katharine Gibbs, Honor Roll, 2, Commer- cial Club, 3, Personality Club, 4. MARY LOUISE CONNELL 339 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Lulu, Connie, Office Training, Weeks, Bryant and Stratton. ELIZABETH GERALDINE CONNELLY Q93 Boylston St., Newton Centre Betty, Betsy, Office Training, Weeks, Social Studies Club. REBECCA ANN CONNOLLY 'IO9 Parker St., Newton Centre Becky, Betsy, Academic I, Bigelow, Katharine Gibbs, Committee of 88, 2, Legislature, Q, Neophytes, Baseball, 2, Alpha Beta, Social Studies, 3, Modern Dancing, 3, Gym Meet, SZ, Baseball, 3, Personality, 3, Knitting Club, 3. EDNA EVELYN COOK 21 Goddard St., Newton Highlands Cookie, Eddy, Office Training, Weeks, Commercial Club, 9, Personality Club, 3, Honor Roll, Q. VIRGINIA JANE COOK 38 Wachusett Rd., Chestnut Hill Ginny, Cookie, Certificate, Weeks, Wheaton, Honor Roll, 9, 3, Spanish Club, National Honor Society, 4. Thirty-three SHIRLEY ROBBINS COOMBS Q39 Harvard Cir., Newtonville Academic V, Day. ROBERT WILLIAM COOPER Q9 Warwick Rd., West Newton Bob, Coop, Academic Ill, Art, Warren, School of Practical Art, Camera Club, Assistant Art Editor of Newtonian, Stage Crew of "Nathan Hale." JOHN CORCORAN 30 Moulton St., Newton Lower Falls Mickey, Mike, Certiticate, Warren, Boston College, J. V. Baseball, 9, Var- sity Hockey, 3, 4. OFELIA EVA CORNEJO 49 Walker St., Newtonville Oifie, Ofelita, Certillicate, Day, American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Neophytes, Q, Camera Club, SZ, Spanish Club, Q, 3, 4, Secretary, 2, Vice-President, 3, President, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4, Cuym Meet, 9. JAMES EDWIN CORNISH, II Q15 Highland Ave., West Newton Jim, Certificate, Day, Vermont Univer- sity, Newtonite Statl, 3, Lunchroom Squad, 3, Junior Forum Committee, 4, Cuerman Club, 4. ANNA THERESA CORSETTI 4 Beech St., Nonantum Ann, OFfice Training, Day, Commercial Club. Thirty-four .-ill? LEO FRANK COSTA 'IO Maguire Court, Newtonville Ceasar, Academic, Day. MARILYN COSTELLO 53 Gay St., Newtonville Bo, Academic I, Warren, Wheelock, Neophytes, Alpha Beta, Social Studies, 3, Art Club, 3, Secretary 4, Newtonian, 4, Personality Club, 3. WILLIAM HUNTER COURTNAGE 30 Eden Ave., West Newton Bill, Willum, Language, Warren, Har- vard, A and B Bands, Q, 3. LEE GRAHAM COVINGTON 55 Halcyon Rd., Newton Centre Mathematics, Weeks, Vanderbilt University, Legislature, 4, Math Club, 3, Lunchroom Squad, Q, 3. RUTH DOROTHY COX 32 Kimball Ter., Newtonville Dot, Dottie, Certificate, Day, Katharine Gibbs, Home Room Manager, Q, 3, 4, Legislature, 4, Neophytes, Alpha Beta, Drama Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Drama Club Play, 3, Candy Committee, 4, Evening of Dance Usher, Tennis, Q, 3, 4, Committee of 91, Newtonian, Chorus, 3, Glee Club, 4, Mid-Winter Concert, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 4, Christmas Vespers, 3, 4, Christmas Play, 4, National Honor Society, 4. CHARLES BRUCE COYER 673 Centre St., Newton Chuck, Icebox, Mathematics, Onarga Military School, Onarga, lll., Tufts, Naval xgxciiademy, Varsity Football, Varsity Basket- a . ALICE ROSE COYLE A, Q79 Webster St., Auburndale Alliei Academic lli Warreni Nursing School. WINIFRED MARGARET COYLE Q79 Webster St., Auburndale Winniei Academic lli Warreni Boston School of Dental Nursing. HELEN JANE CRAIG 58 Randlett Pk., West Newton Academic li Weeksi Mass. School of PhysiotherdDYi Chorus, Q, 3, 4i Badminton, Qi Swimming Club, 4i Field Hockey, Q, 3. FRANCES CREEM 17 Richmond Rd., Newton Fran, Franniei Academici Bigelowi Pine Manori Alpha Betai English Clubi Camera Clubi Cavalry Clubi Lunchroom Committee. SHERMAN CROUGH 181 Pleasant St., Newton Centre Sherm, Hennan1 Mathematicsi Weeksi Dartmouthi Hockey, Qi Camera Club, 3i Chemistry Club, 4. ISABEL ANN CUMMING 19 Hillside Rd., Newton Highlands lz, Sisi Academic li Weeks1 Hickox Secretariali Chorus, 3i Knitting Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3. A 4 ANNE WALKER CUMMINGS 41 Edgehill Rd., Chestnut Hill Academic li Weeksi Edgewood Park Jr. Collegei Alpha Betai National Honor Society, 3, 4i Orange Shield, 4i Lunch- room Squad, 4i Senior Executive Com- mittee, 4i Legislature Alternate, 4. VIVIAN ELAINE CUMMINS 91 Halcyon Rd., Newton Centre Academici Weeksi Laselli Alpha Betai English Club, 4i Drama Club Workshop, 4i Archery, Qi Badminton, 3, 41Ping-Pong, 3i Legislature Alternate, 3j Costume Committee, Drama Club Play, 41 National Honor Society, 4, GENEVIEVE MARY CUPOLI 91 Los Angeles St., Newton Gen, Tootsiei Office Trainingi Dayi Boston Universityi Basketball, Q, 3, 41 Tennis, Q, 3. JOHN PATRICK CURLEY 43 Waban Hill, Chestnut Hill Jock, Jay Peei Certificatei Warreni Hockey Team, 3, intermediate. JANETTE CUSHMAN 83 Brookside Ave., Newtonville Jan1 Ol-fice Trainingi Warreni Principia. TOWNSEND H. CUSHMAN, JR. 43 Kenwood Ave, Newton Centre Bud1 Mathematicsi Weeksi U. S. Naval Academy, Tuits1 Alpha Beta Q1 Basketball' Manager, Q1 Varsity Basketball Manager, 31 Alpha Gamma Tau, 31 Treasurer, 41 Ski Team, 41 Orange Book Staff, 31 Legis- lature, 41 Senior Play Publicity Committee, 41 National Honor Society, 41 Thirty-Five ROBERT HOWARD CUTLER 39 Carl St., Newton Highlands Bob, Academic I, Weeks, Boston University. PHYLLIS HEAD DAKIN 11 Bonaire Cir., Waban Phyl, Dak, Language, Warren, Cornell, Newtonite, Q, German Club, 2, 3. EDMUND J. DANGELO 11QfChapel St., Nonantum Emmy, Business, Day, National Honor Society, 4. THOMAS MARTIN DARGAN 931 Washington St., Newtonville Tom, Bud, Academic l, Day, Alpha Beta, Legislature Alternate, SZ, Aviation Club, 3,fProperties Committee Senior Play, 4. LCRICHARDUROBINSON DAVENPORT 25 Park St., Newton Dick, Language, Bigelow, Harvard, English Club, National Honor Society, 4. INEZ DAVIDSON Q7 Sheldon Rd., Newton Centre lnie, Academic l, Weeks, Westbrook Junior College, Camera Club, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 3, 4, Spanish Club Treas- urer, . Thirty-six JAMES LUCIEN DAVIS 34 Warwick Rd., West Newton Jim, Jimmy, Certificate, Day, North- eastern, Track, Home Room Manager, Drama Club. MARGARET MARY DAVOCK 905 Watertown St., West Newton Peggy, Academic, Warren, Bryant and Stratton. EMERSON DAY 23 Sylvan Rd., Waban Emmy, Daisy, Academic, Warren, En- gineering School, Radio Club. NEIL AVON DAYTON, JR. 432 Wolcott St., Auburndele N. A., CertiFicate, Boston English High, Boston University. ,ol-IN Josrspr-r ora ANGELIS 1231 Centre St., Newton Centre De Ang, Business, Weeks. RUDOLF DE BENEDICTIS 47 Playstead Rd., Newton Rudy, Duke, Mathematics, Watertown, Northeastern. MERRILYN DELANO 1. 91 Waban Ave., Waban Merry, Del, Academic l, Warren, Bennett Jr. College, Girls' Chorus, 4, Committee of 91, Legislature Alternate, Art Club, 3, 4, Modern Dance, Q, Parents' Night, Scholarship Roll, National Honor Society, 4. ELEANOR IRENE DEMIRJIAN 374 Ward St., Newton Centre Demmie, Ellie, Certificate, Weeks, Katharine Gibbs, Modern Dance, 2, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 9, 4, "Evening of the Dance," 3, Archery, Q, 3 4, Home Room Manager, 2, French Club, 4, Verse-Speaking Choir, 4. CAMELLA DePASQUALE 'l'I Ouirk Ct., Newton Carmmie, Business. JULIA GLORIA DePUCCHIO 95A Elm Street, West Newton Julie, Joya, Academic ll, Warren, School of Diplomacy, Camera Club, 9, Oriole, National Honor Society, Hostess In Social Room. VIOLA DeSANTIS 'l'l Cottage Ct., Newton Vi, Vickie, Academic V, Day. JANET DeSAULNIERS 'IQ Fairfield St., Newtonville Jan, Jannie, Certificate, Day, Junior College, French Club, 9, 3, Library Club, 4, Badminton, 3, Tennis, 4. GAG.. I Wk aa Q, 7 i .li gd -417 1 EVELYN CHARLOTTE DeSTEFANO 54 Lincoln Rd., Newtonville Evie, Ev, Of-lice Training, Day, Chorus, 9, 3, 4. HENRY GILES DEVLIN 309 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Hen, Bunny, Art Course, Weeks, Massachusetts School of Art, Art Club, 2, 3, 4, Scenery, Drama Club Play, 4. ELIZABETH MARY DEZOTELL 57 Faxon St., Newton Betty, Office Training, Day, St. Elizabeth's Hospital. GENA DiDONATO 41 Chandler Pl., Newton Upper Falls Jean, Office Training, Weeks, Girls' Chorus, Q, 3, 4. RUTH DIEFFENBACH 353 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Office Training, Weeks, Home Room Manager, 4. JOSEPH DIGEORGE 37 High St., Newton Upper Falls Lee Loo, Academic l, Weeks, Massachu- setts College of Pharmacy. Th irty-seven GENEVA CONSTANCE DINITTE 1223 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Chick, Chickie, Otlice Training, Weeks, Burdett, Personality Club, 3, 4, Basketball, Q, 3, Knitting Club, Q. ROBERT K. DOANE 86 Prescott St., Newtonville Bob, Academic V, Day, Massachusetts Radio School. PHYLLIS MAE DODGE 16 Hazelhurst Ave., West Newton Dodgie, Office Training, Day, Business School, Girls' Chorus, 2, 3, 4, Christmas gfegper Service, 9, 3, 4, Spring Concerts, , , 4. JOHN ANDREW DOHERTY 22 Laudholm Rd., Newton Mathematics, Bigelow. RICHARD DOLIBER 224 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands Dick, Ricky, Business, Weeks, Went- worth Institute. CHARLOTTE DOMBROFF 18 Westfield Rd., West Newton Chuckie, Academic l, Warren, Boston University. Thirty-eight PAUL NORMAN DONNELLY 48 Carleton St., Newton Buck, Reverend, Business, Bigelow, Forestry School, Legislature, 2, Scholarship Roll, Q, Senior Play Committee. SCOTT EDWARD DOTEN 70 Page Rd., Newtonville Scottie, Language, Day, Harvard, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Drama Club Executive Committee, 4, Play, 4, Senior Play, Junior Forum, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, German Club, 2, 3, Chemistry Club, 3, 4, Orange Shield, 4, Social Room Committee, 4, Newtonite, 3, Newtonian, 4, Chairman Sophomore lgecestion Committee, Chairman Music oar . GERTRUDE DOUGHERTY 347 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Trudy, Certiticate, Girls' Latin School, Jackson, English Club, 3, 4, Personality Clubs 3, 4, Tennis, 9, 3, Modern Danc- ing, . MARY LORRANE DOUGLAS 457 Washington St., Newton Doug, Kitty, Academic l, Weeks, Night School, Home Room Manager, 2, Neophytes, Knitting Club, 4, English Club, 3, Gym Meet, 9. DOROTHEA MARION DOW 15 Ricker Ter., Newton Dot, Dottie, Academic l, Bigelow, Simmons College, Soccer, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Modern Dancing, 4, Basketball, 4, Golf, 4. EDITH MARY DOYLE 41 Cross St., West Newton Edie, Bright Eyes, Academic II, Warren, Simmons, Chorus, 2, 3, 4, Personality Club, 4, Christmas Vesper Service, 4. JEAN FULLER DOYLE 43 Halcyon Rd., Newton Centre Academic I, Weeks, Edgewood Park Jr. College, Alpha Beta Club, Q, English Club, 3, Legislature, 3, Home Room Manager, Q, 3, Legislature Alternate, 4, Gym Meet, 3, Parent's Night, Q. ROBERT GRANT DREW 97 Eliot Ave., West Newton Bob, Certificate, Warren, Brown, Home Room Manager, Q. FLORENCE DRISCOLL 97 Gardner St., Newton Flo, Flossie, Academic II, Bigelow. HARRIS KENNETH DRURY, JR. 85 Washington Pk., Newtonville Had, Harry, Certificate, Essex Junction High School, Vermont, University of Ver- mont, Camera Club, 4, Aviation Club, 4. JAMES HOWARD DRURY 56A Chestnut St., West Newton Jimmie, Academic I, Warren, Football Manager, Q, 3. FRANCES THERESA DUFFY 60 Cook St., Newton Highlands Fran, Frannie, Certificate, Weeks, Sim- mons, Tennis, Q, French Club, 3, Camera glib, 3, 4, Math Club, 4, Badminton, I? RUTH LAURENTIA DUNGAN 'IQ Warwick Rd., West Newton Academic I, Warren, Lasell Jr. College, Tennis, Badminton, Hockey. ROBERT LEO DWYER Q6 Holman Rd., Waban Bob, Business, Warren, Boston College, Band, Q, 3, 4. THEODORE FRANCIS EBELL 63 Rockland St., Newton Upper Falls Ted, Happy, Business, Weeks, Stock- bridge, lndoor Track, Q, 3, 4, Outdoor Track, Q, 3, Football, Q, 3, Cheerleader, Chairman of Rally Committee, Camera Club. CHARLES JASON EDISON 4 Ireland Rd., Newton Centre Chuck, Charlie, Certificate, Weeks, Bow- doin, Tennis, 3, 4, English Club, 3, Alpha Beta, Lunchroom Duty, 4, Newtonite, 3. CONSTANCE HELEN EDWARDS 8 Devon Ter., Newton Centre Connie, Con, Certificate, Weeks, Bradford Junior College, Legislature, 4, Alternate, Q, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, Q, 3, Alpha Beta, Senior Picture Committee, Archery, Q, 3, Gym Meet, Q, Basketball, Q. DIMITRA SOTIR EFTIN 51 Hinckley Rd., Waban Timmy, Certificate, Waltham High, Doane College Thirty-nine STANLEY FRANKLIN EILENBERG 34 Cotton St., Newton Centre Stan, Academic I, Weeks, Goddard College, Camera Club, 9, 3, 4, Newtonite, 4, Committee ol 91, 4. FOSTER ELLINGWOOD 69 Homestead St., Waban Jep, Certificate, Weeks, Dartmouth, J. V. Football, Q, Intermediate Football, 3, J. V. Hockey, SZ, Varsity Hockey, 3, 4, Q-lo3me4Room Manager, 3, Outdoor Track, ROBERT H. ELLIS 146 Forest Ave., West Newton Slewloot, Certificate, Charleston High, W. Va., Virginia Military Institute, Motion Picture Squad, 3, 4, Aviation Club, 3, 4, Chairman, 4, Spanish Club, Chairman, 3, Camera Club, 3, 4, Vice- President, 4. WILFRED FREDERICK ELWYN 189 Cypress St., Newton Centre Fred, Academic I, Weeks, Northeastern, Chairman Problems ol Democracy Class, 4, Social Room Host, Drama Club, 4, Honor Roll, National Honor Society. JOHN JOSEPH ENGEL, ll 'IO St. James St., Newton Jack, Business, Bigelow, Wentworth Institute, Orange Shield, 2, 3, 4, Legig- lature, 4, Committee of 91, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 3, 4, Indoor and Outdoor Track, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, SZ, 4, Orchestra, , 3. DOUGLAS O. ERNST 70 Freeman St., Auburndalc Dougie, Ernie, Business, Warren. Forty ,,.lx,. ... 'Q -Inglis' ' z .... Y i f M, X F . . ,,x.,.f, w- 47 i l W. Q 4? M ,L 4' f Lai 4 , 4 .ff fi A I 3 xx, ' ROMILDA ESPOSITO 366 Langeley Rd., Newton Centre Ro, Romey, OFfice Training, Weeks, Bryant and Stratton, Home Economics Club. CHARLES BEASON ESTABROOK, JR. 194 Mill St., Newtonville Charlie, Bud, Certificate, Weeks, Hamil- ton College, Drama Club,4, Social Studies Club, 4, Boys' Chorus, 3, 4, Gym Meet, Q, Christmas Play, 4. PAULINA CATHERINE E. FAGAN 49 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Polly, Betty, Academic, Weeks, Miss May's School, Home Room Manager Hall Year, Q, Hockey, 9, Basketball, Q, 3. JOHN RICHARD FAHEY 16 Pine St., West Newton Johnny, Jack, Academic I, St. Mary's High, Waltham, Holy Cross. NANCY SUE FAIR Q0 Merton St., Newton Nan, Certificate, Bigelow, Hockey, 2, Basketball, 3, Tennis, 2, 3, Soccer, Q, Baseball, 2, 3, Golf, 3, 4, Christmas Vesper Service, Q, 3, Chorus, 9 3, Outing Club, 4, Home Economics Club, 3. BEVERLY JEAN FAIRWEATHER 2344 Washington St., Newton B. J., Bev, Certificate, Warren, Boston University. MARY E. FALLON 142 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Mitzi, Office Training, Day, Dental School of Nursing, Chorus, 4, Personality Club, 4, Bowling Club, 4, Mid-Winter Concert. CONSTANCE ANN FANNING 5 Pond Ave., Newton Connie, Academic, Bigelow, Wheelock, Knitting Club, 9, Christmas Vespers, Q, 4, Verse-Speaking Choir, 4, Basketball, 2, Baseball, 2, 3, Gym Meet, Q, 4, "Evening of the Dance," 3, Modern Dancing, 2, 3, 4, Outing Club, 3, 4, Field Hockey, Q, 3, 4, LaCrosse, 2, Varsity, 3, 4, Lunchroom Duty, 4, Girls' Chorus, 2, Badminton, 2, 3, 4, Soccer, Q, 3, 4, Golf, 3, 4. FRANCES FARACA 172 Derby St., West Newton Zeke, Slim, Olfice Training, Warren, Girls' Chorus, Bowling Club. MICHAEL FRANCIS FARINA 17 Murphy Court, Newton Mike, Mathematics, Day, Boston Univer- sity, Microphone, 9, 3, Stage Crew, Q, 3, 4, Newtonian Staff, 4. MARY JANE FARNSWORTH 100 Madison Ave., Newtonville Language, Bigelow, Mount Holyoke, Archery, 9, Cavalry Club, 3, Swimming Club, 3, Math Club, 3, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Reception, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Music Club, Secretary, 4, Business Committee, Senior and Drama Club Plays, Newtonite, 4, Hostess, Social Room, 4, Service Group, 4, Scholar- ship Roll, Q, 3, 4. EDWARD LINCOLN FARR, lll 19 Fenno Rd., Newton Centre Eddie, Tommy, Academic l, South Kent School, Boston University, Legislature, 2, Aviation Club, 3, 4, Ski Team, 3, 4, Gym Meet, Q. i . . 5 uv.. . , W , it? fi i i ls 410' dl fs' , AQ, Mt?-11.-. nf '3'l-"ii ' x, is . ,Y l 1 i K l 4 1 li 4 8' 2 i l HELEN A. FARRAR 398 Centre St., Newton Sis, Office Training, Bigelow, Committee of 91, 4, Girls' Chorus, 2. DORIS ROSE FARRELL 4 Wiswall St., West Newton Duchess, Dottie, Academic V, Day, Boston University, Personality Club, 3, Home Economics Club, 3. NANCY RANDALL FAVORITE 31 Cotter Rd., Waban Nan, Language, Weeks, Connecticut, Home Room Manager, 9, Girls' Chorus, 2, Alpha Beta, Lunchroom Squad, 4, New- tonite, 9, Math Club, Q, 3, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Junior Forum, 4, Library Club, 4, Newtonian, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4. GERALD ASHLEY MICHAEL FEENEY 15 North St., Newton Centre Bouche, Gerry, Business, Sacred Heart School, Mass. State, Social Studies Club, 4, Aviation Club, 4, Motion Picture Squad, 3. ARTHUR FEINBURG 114 Greenlawn Ave., Newton Centre Certlticate, Weeks, Purdue, Band, 9, 3, 4, English Club, 3, 4. SUMNER LOUIS FELDBERG 116 Cotton St., Newton Centre Sonny, Language, Weeks, Harvard, Alpha Beta, Treasurer, 9, Camera Club, Q, 3, Newtonite, 9, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 9, 3, 4, English Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Verse Contest Committee, National' Honor Society, 3, 4, Reception Com- mittee, Newtonian, Treasurer, 4, Lunch- room Squad, 4. Forty-one VIRGINIA FELTON Q77 Central St., Auburndale Ginnie, Academic l, Walnut Hill School, Colby Jr. College, Knitting Club. DONALD FERGUSON 103 Langdon St., Newton Don, Fergie, Certificate, Bigelow, Boston University, Social Studies Club, 4. LUCY FERLAZZO 27 Wade St., Newton Highlands Shorty, Tiny, Academic lll, Weeks, Art School, Art Club, 3, Knitting Club, President, 4. PHILIP DRESSER FESSENDEN Q9 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre Phil, Mathematics, Weeks, Dartmouth, Senior Executive Council, Chairman of Athletic Board, J. V. Football, 2, Inter- mediate Football, 3, Intermediate Base- ball, Q, Varsity Baseball, 3, Varsity Foot- ball, 3, 4, Varsity Hockey, Q, 3, 4, Co- Captain,4. MARILYN HELENA FICKETT 15 Thaxter Rd., Newtonville Certiticate, Day, Simmons, Johns Hop- kins, Home Room Manager, Junior Forum, Band, Orchestra, Debating Club, Basket- ball Manager, Senior Play, Newtonite Staff, Q, National Honor Society, 4, Tennis, Q, 3, Archery, Q, 3. BARBARA MICAHEL FISHER 93 Lombard St., Newton Michelle, Mike, Academic l, Nathan Bishop Jr. High, Providence, R. I., Boston Museum School of Fine Arts, Tennis, Dance Group, Badminton Tourna- ment, Basketball, Archery, Art Club, President, Drama Club and Workshop, English Club, Home Room Manager, Newtonite, Copy and News Staff, Lunch- room Duty, Cavalry Club. -Forty-two GRACE Noiii. FISHER 1198 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Blondie, Academic I, Bigelow, Univer- sity of Washington, Gym Meet, 3, Basket- ball Team, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Music Club, 3, A Orchestra, 3, Girls' Chorus, 9, Glee Club, 2, Soccer, Q, 4, Volley Ball, Q, Badminton, 2. ROBERT HENRY FISHER 4 Willow St., Newton Centre Bob, Bud, Academic l, New York Military Academy, University of Southern California, A and B Band. BERNICE LEONA FISHMAN 64 Fairmont Ave., Newton Bern, Niecy, CertiFicate, Bigelow, Jackson, Alpha Beta, 2, English Club, 3, German Club, 4, Knitting Club, 3, Camera Club, Q, 3, 4, Golf, 3, Lunchroom Duty, 4. AUDREY VIRGINIA FITZGERALD 12 Marlboro St., Newton Fitzy, Language, Bigelow, Katharine Gibbs, Alpha Beta, 2, Neophytes, Q, Assistant Home Room Manager, Q, Legislature, 3, Social Studies Club, 3, Junior Forum, 3, Scholarship Roll, 3, Newtonian Representative, 3, Knitting Club,4,Legislature,4. CHARLES FITZGERALD 154 Cherry St., West Newton Charlie, Academic l, Warren, Home Room Manager, 3, Nat onal Honor Society, 3, 4. NANCIE FITZGERALD 174 Temple St., West Newton Fitzie, Nance, Academic lll, Warren, Vesper George, Art Club, 4, Parent's Night, Knitting Club, Q, Girls' Chorus, SZ, Badminton, Ping-Pong, Tennis, 9, Gym Meet, Q, Golf, 3, Modern Dance, 2. JOHN JOSEPH FLAGG 50 Falmouth Rd., West Newton Swig, Academic l, Warren, Boston College, Orange Shield, 9, 3, Vice- President of Senior Class, 4, Vice-Presi- dent of Associates, 4, Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Varsity Baseball, Q, 3, 4, Varsity Football, 4, Legislature, 4, Varsity Club, Q, 3, 4. ELEANOR FLANAGAN 195 Winchester St., Newton Highlands El, Academic l, Weeks, Nursing School, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4, Secretary for Senior Pictures. CLAIRE FLEMING 124 Walnut Hill Rd., Newton Highlands Academic l, Weeks, Westbrook Jr. College, Knitting Club, 4, Personality Club, 2, Girls' Chorus, 3, 4. RUSSELL STUART FLEMING S268 Parker St., Newton Centre Bimbo, Obadiah, Business, Weeks, Bentley's Night School, A Band, 3, 4, B Band, SZ, 3, 4, B Orchestra, Q, Neophytes, 9, Drama Club, 4, Legislature Alternate, 3, 4, Senior Play, Drama Club Play, Outdoor Track, Q, Senior Picture Com- mittee. JAMES CALHOUN FLUKER, JR. 47 Larchmont Ave., Waban Fluke, Mathematics, Weeks, Tufts. JOYCE M. FLYNN Q96 Cabot St., Newtonville Certificate, St. Mary's School, N. J., Wellesley, Cavalry Club, Swimming Club. GERTRUDE MARIE FOLEY 14 Jackson Ter., Newton Gertie, Trudy, Office Training, Bigelow, Burdett College, Commercial Club, Q, Social Studies Club, 3, Aviation Club, 4, Girls' Chorus, Q, Glee Club, 3, 4, "Pirates of Penzance," Q, "Trial By Jury," 3, Massachusetts Music Festival Association, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4. MARY FOLEY 749 Washington St., Newtonville Office Training, Day, Scholarship Roll, Orange Book, National Honor Society, 4. EDSON A. FORBES 80 Adena Rd., West Newton Lefty, Academic l, Warren, Duke, Intermediate Football, SZ, Varsity, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball, Q, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Legislature, 4. KENNETH JOSEPH FORBES 37 Carleton St., Newton Kenny, Business, Bigelow, B. U., Harvard Medical, Camera Club. CYRIL WINTHROP FORBUSH, JR. ' 195 Church St., Newton Win, Winnie, Certificate, Bigelow, Stage Crew, Q, 3, 4. ELIZABETH C. FORSYTH 350 Waverley Ave., Newton Betty, Betts, Academic ll, Ireland, Nursing School, Girls' Chorus, 3, As- slstant Home Room Manager, 4, Scholar- ship Roll, 3. Fo rty-three LUCY ELIZEBETH FORTE 67 Clinton St., Newton Lu, Lulu, Office Training, Day, Barbizon Modeling School, Basketball, 4, Senior Picture Committee, 4, Assistant Home Room Manager, 3. JOAN CECELIA FOX 994 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill Joie, Joanie, Language, Weeks, Katharine Gibbs, Home Room Manager, Q, 3, 4, Class Secretary, Q, Clerk of Associates, 3, Legislature, 9, 3, Orange Shield, Q, 3, Alpha Beta, 2, Social Studies Club, 3, Knitting Club, 4. WILMA RUTH FOX 41 Alderwood Rd., Newton Centre Billy, Wil, Certificate, Weeks, Simmons, Knitting Club, 3, Social Studies Club, 4. JAMES HENRY FRANCIS 34 Capital St., Newton Smiley, Jim, Business, Bigelow, Legis- lature Alternate, 4. LEONARD FRANK S21 Hamlin Rd., Newton Centre Shorty, Academic l, Dorchester High School for Boys, Boston University, Camera Club. DORA FREEMAN 184 Pine Ridge Rd., Waban Academic l, Weeks, Bouve, Legislature, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, Swimming Club, 3, Aviation Club, 4, Cavalry Club, 4, VerseASpeaking Choir, 4, Modern Dancing, 9, 3, Badminton, 3, Scholarship Roll, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4. Forty-four W s X f X 3 f I, new . W, 4 sk af f' ,sf , ii i as "EV gm fb 'FSH' HERBERT FREEMAN 67 Westchester Rd., Newton Bud, Dr. Cyclops, Academic, Watertown Junior High, University of Iowa, Motion gictgure Squad, 3, 4, Track, 3, Football, FANNETTE FRIED 59 Cook St., Newton Fan, Friedy, Certificate, Bigelow, Hickox, Knitting Club, 3, Camera Club, 4, Personality Club, 4. MARILYN FRIEDMAN 99 Sumner St., Newton Centre Marnie, Mary, Certificate, Weeks, Wheaton, Social Studies Club. KENNETH FULTON 55 Hillside Ave., West Newton Moose, Fingers, Certificate, Warren, M. l. T., Home Room President, Cavalry Club, Civics Board, Orange Shield, Legislature, Committee of 91. RAE BERNICE GALE 135 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville Certificate, Dorchester High, Simmons Spanish Club, 4, Personality Club, 4. JOHN GALLAGHER 441 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Coonie, Greasegun, Business, Warren, Boston College, Camera Club, Motion Picture Squad, J. V. Football. DAVIS THAYER GALLISON, JR. . 397 Highland St., Newtonville Dave, Gally, Certificate, Day, Brown University, Neophytes, German Club, 2, Vice-President, 3, 4, Camera Club, 4, Aviation Club, 4, Boys' Chorus, 9, 4, Motion Picture Squad. VINCENT GALVAGNO 35 Faxon St., Newton Galvy, Vinnie, Business, Day. CHARLIE GARABEDIAN 1904 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Hoppy, Business, Weeks, BentIey's Accounting School, A Band, B Band, Orange Shield, National Honor Society, 4. MILTON GARDNER Q7 Newland St., Auburndale Milt, Certificate, Warren, College, A Band 2, 3, 4, A Orchestra, 2, 4, Basketball Band. ROBERT GERARD GAW 8 Rogers St., Newton Bob, Chippy, Academic I, Boston College High, Boston College, Varsity Football, 4. GUERRINO JOSEPH GENTILE Q0 Emerald St., Nonantum Goodie, Jeep, Business, Day, Baseball, 2, 3, Basketball, Q, 3, 4. MARY ANN GENTILE 33 Chandler St., Newton Sadie, Office Training, Day. VIRGINIA LORRAINE GIBSON 1784 Washington St., Auburndale Jinny, Academic l, Lasell Jr. College, Spanish Club, 3, 4, Cavalry Club, 3, 4, Golf, Home Room Secretary, Senior Play Property Committee, 4. RAYMOND GILES 22 Cliff Rd., Newton Upper Falls Chick, Academic I, Weeks. MARY GILL 15 Parkview Ave., Newtonville Gilly, Toni, Certificate, Day, Jackson, Microphone Club, 9, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, Junior Forum, 3, 4, Tusitala, 4, Newtonite, 3, 4. RUTH ELIZABETH GILMORE 483 Centre St., Newton Gillie, Academic, Bigelow, Framingham Normal, Legislature Alternate, 4, Scholar- ship Roll, 4. JOHN GLORIEUX 'I6 Falrlee Rd., Waban Pete, Certificate, Weeks, U. S. Naval Academy, B Orchestra, 9, A Band, Q, 3, Assistant Tennis Manager, 9, Aviation Club, Q, Senior Play Usher, Legislature, 4, Drama Club Play Usher. Forty-five JOHN DAVID GOETHEL 6O Greenwood Ave., West Newton Jack, Johnny, Academic I, Weeks, War- ren, Michigan State School of Forestry, Legislature Fl ernate, Lunchroom Duty, As- sistant l-lome Room Manager. KARL JAMES GOETHEL 60 Greenwood Ave., West Newton Moe, Certiticate, Warren, University of Chicago. JEROME CHARLES GOFF 37 Converse Ave., Newton Jerry, Language, Country Day School for Boys of Boston, Amherst. JANET LOW GOLDIE 424 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville Johnnie, Otlice Training, Day, Katharine Gibbs, Commercial Club, 2, 3, Aviation Club, 3, Archery, 3, Modern Dancing, 3, Girls' Chorus, Q, 3, 4, Christmas Vespers, Q, 3, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Orange Shield, 4. JEAN GOODALE 'IOQ Boyd St., Newton Goodie, Academic ll, Bigelow, l-los- pital Training, Soccer, 2, 3, 4, I-lockey, 9, 3, 4, Varsity, 4, Basketball, Q, 3, 4, Varsity, Q, 4, Gym Meet, 9, Baseball, 2, Outing Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Girls' Chorus, Q. KATHLEEN GORDON 'l'l Quidnic Rd., Waban Kay, Language, Roumania, Vassar, 9, 3, Cavalry Club, Vice-President, President, 4, German Club, 9, English Club, 3, 4, Tusitala, 4, Junior Forum, 4, Editorial Staff, Newionite, 3, 4. Forty-six ,Alsa- BETTY JANE GOSS 57 Wyman St., Waban B. J., Certificate, Warren, Colby Jr. College, Captain of Soccer Team, Q, Knitting Club, 9, 4, Legislature Alternate, 3, Newtonian Committee, 3. BERNARD GOULDING 43 Pine St., West Newton Bernie, Buddy, Business, Warren. NANCY GOULET 8 Cedar St., Newton Centre Nan, Ann, Language, Weeks, Wellesley, Alpha Beta, Math Club, English Club, Golf, Tennis, Scholarship Roll, National l-lonor Society, 4. HENRY MORGAN GRAHAM 585 Center St., Newton I-len, Hank, Academic I, Bigelow, Chorus. VIRGINIA GRAHAM 949 Washington St., Newtonville VeeGee, Office Training, Warren, Boston University, I-lomeroom Secretary, Alpha Beta, English Club, 3, 4, Archery, Q, Golf, National I-lonor Society, 4, DOUGLAS GRAVES 169 Morton St., Newton Centre Academic, Weeks, Preparatory School. BRUCE WEAVER GRAY 'ISZ Cross St., West Newton Mathematics, Warren, Northeastern, Home Room Manager, Intermediate Hockey. DONALD EVERETT GREENE 46 Elm St., West Newton Don, Certificate, Warren, Boston Col- lege, Band, Stage Crew. JOHN HAROLD GREENE 296 Washington St., Newton Irish, Academic Ill, Bigelow, Art School, Camera Club. MARJORIE EVELYN GREGOIRE 334 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Margie, Mathematics, Day, Glee Club, Q, 3, Debating, Q, 3, Aviation, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, Varsity Basketball, 9, 3, 4, Math Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 4, Newtonite Literary Agent, 3, Tennis, 3, Legislature Alternate, 3, Mid-Winter Concert, Christmas Vespers, Q, 3, Camera Club, Q, French Club, 2, Junior Forum, 4, National Honor Society, 4. CHARLES V. GRIDLEY 2'I'I Dorset Rd., Waban Bud, Grid, Certificate, Warren, Maine. DOROTHY ELEANOR GRIMLEY 743 Chestnut St., Waban Dot, Grim, Office Training, Weeks, Library Training, Orange Shield, 2, 3, 41 Assistant Home Room Manager, 3, Aviation Club, 4, Commercial Club, 4, Costume Committee Senior Play, 4, Lunchroom Duty, 4, Scholarship Roll, 9, 4, National Honor Society, 4. 2 W ff 6 ,f QDLXJQQ .iw y -3 .,,q,,,,.. .yi -'P 13 xl ROSALIE JAYNE GROW 767 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Academic l, Weeks, Colby Jr. College, Alpha Beta, Neophytes, Home Room Manager, Tennis Tournament, Field Hockey, Drama Club, Honor Roll, Lunch- room Duty, Junior Forum, Newtonite, Legislature, Modern Dancing. ROY GRUBAUGH 59 Aberdeen St., Newton Highlands Cuck, Business, Weeks, Boston Univer- sity, Lunchroom Duty, Football, Usher, Basketball. ROBERT ROYFORD GUILD 42 Brentwood Ave., Newton Centre Bob, Mathematics, Weeks, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, A Band, SZ, A Orchestra, 2, 3, 4, Math Club, 3, Vice-President, 4, Legislature, 3, Junior Forum, 3, 4, Senior Play Business Com- mittee, Hockey, Q, Tennis Team, 2, 3, 4, Newtonite, 4. MARY ELIZABETH GUINEY 'I9 Somerset Rd., Waban Language, Warren, Wellesley, Alpha Beta, Q, Home Room Manager, 9, Legis- lature, 3, Newtonite, 9, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 3, 4, English Club, 3, 4, Orange Shield, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Library Club, Archery, Q, 3, 4, Manager, 3, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Junior Forum, 4, Newtonian, 4, Copy Editor, Data Staff, Ping-Pong, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, Gym Meet, Q, 4. MAY BETH GULLATT 894 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Certificate, Ayer, Ogontz, Legislature, Knitting Club, Modern Dancing, Glee Club. DOMENIC JOHN GUZZI 90 Webster St., West Newton Dom, Skinny, Academic l, Warren, Northeastern, Camera Club. Forty-seven HELEN MARY GUZZI 49 Oak Ave., West Newton Little Guz, Oflice Training, Warren, Katharine Gibbs, Baseball, Field Hockey, Basketball. DAVID POWELL HACKETT 144 Hancock St., Auburndale Dave, Language, Canadian Academy, Kobe, Japan, Carleton College, Basketball, 3, Soccer, 3. ROBERT CHARLES HAILER 665 Centre St., Newton Bob, Academic, Our Lady's, Dartmouth, Legislature, Camera Club, Gym Meet, Varsity Club, Junior Varsity, Intermediate, Varsity Football. 1 DOROTHY HAKINS 17 Prospect St., West Newton Pal, Dot, Office Training, Warren, Katharine Gibbs, Girls' Chorus, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club, Archery, Baseball, Badminton, Tennis. NORMAN HALE 14 Wessex Rd., Newton Centre Academic I, Weeks, Specialization in Radio, Indoor Track, SZ, 3, 4, Radio Club, 2, 3, President, 3, Camera Club, 2. FREDERICK LOVELAND HALL 926 Park St., Newton Fred, Ted, Mathematics, Bigelow, Northeastern, Homeroom Manager, 2, Legislature Alternate, 4. Forty-eight -.1 M. 1 Wh- 'til .. .4 Www AL MELVILLE HAMILTON 17 Melrose Ave., Auburndale Ham, Bonehead, Academic, Warren, Intermediate Football. RUTH C. HANDSCHUMACHER 89 Crescent St., Auburndale Ruthie, Champ, Academic ll, Warren, Lasell Junior College, Chorus. ELIZABETH ANN HANDY 126 Crafts St., Newtonville Bets, Betsy, Language, Day, Wellesley, Cavalry Club, Q, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4, English Club, 3, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Basketball, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Orange Book, 3, Newtonite, 3, I-Iome Room Manager, 4, Newtonian, 4, Essay Committee, 4, Lunchroom Duty, 4. BARBARA LOUISE HANLON 131 Staniford St., Auburndale Barbs, Academic ll, Warren, Hospital Training, Personality Club, 3, Girls' Out- 2? bCl5Jb, 3, Gym Meet, 2, Swimming u , . THOMAS EDWARD HANLON 7 Freeman St., Auburndale Tom, Academic I, Warren. ELIZABETH HARLOW 43 Central St., Auburndale Betty, Bet, CertiFicate, Warren, Con- necticut College For Women, Newtonite Staff, 2, German Club, 9, 3, Archery, 2, Legislature Alternate, 4, Thanksgiving Assembly, 4, Senior Play Costume Com- mittee, 4, Scholarship Roll, 2, 4, National Honor Society, 4. BETH ELAINE HARRIL.-iANI ii ' 48 Cypress1St.,I Newton Centre Betty, Batey, Academic l, Weeks, Business,iHoclcey, Q, 3, 4, Soccer, 2, 3, 4, Badminton, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, Baseball, 9, 3, 4, La Crosse, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus, 3, 4, Mid-Winter Concert, 3, 4, Girls' Gym Meet, 2, Outing Club, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, Personality Club, 4, German Club, 9, Lunchroom Duty, 4. PAUL JONES HARRIMAN, JR. 9 Roberts Ave., Newtonvillc Pop, P. J., Certificate, Day, Boston University, B Band, Q, 3, A Band, 4, German Club, 2. JOHN HARRIS 128 Warren St., Newton Centre Blackjack, Axel, Business, Warren, United States Navy. JEANNE MICHELE HAVENS 1863 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Nipper, Mousey, Academic l, Warren, Lasell Jr. College, Spanish Club, 3, Alpha Beta, Q, Knitting Club, 4, Girls' Chorus, 3, 4, Modern Dance, 4, Tennis, 9, Mid-Winter Concert, 3, 4. RICHARD HAMILTON HAYDEN Q0 Eden Ave., West Newton Rich, Dick, Certiticate, Warren, Amherst, Legislature, Q, 3, 4, Math Club, 4, Scholar- ship Roll, 4, Home Room Manager, 4, Hockey, 3. HENRY GIBBS HAYNES 'I67 Woodland Rd., Auburndale Hants, Language, Warren, Williams. LANEYA LUELLA HEATH 35 Leslie Rd., Auburndale Snooks, Neya, Language, Warren, Simmons Nursing, Glee Club, Q, 3, 4, Music Club, 3, 4, Chorus, Q, Home Room Manager, 3, Library Club, 4, Golf, 3, Christmas Vespers, Q, 3, 4, "Trial By Jury", Mid-Year Concerts, Modern Dancing, 4, Gym Meet, 4. ARTHUR JULIUS HENRIKSEN, JR. 73 Randlett Pk., West Newton King, I-len, Academic l, Warren, Pratt Institute of Technology, Mathematic Club, 4, Senior Play Business Committee, Indoor Track, 4, Aviation Club, 3. JANE FRANCES HERN 23 Rogers St., Newton Bunny, Academic I, Bigelow, Hickox Secretarial School, Chorus, Q, 3, 4, "Midsummer Night's Dream", Modern Dance, 4, Tennis, 2, 3, Knitting Club, 3, Alpha Beta, Q, Girls' Gym Meet, Q, Mid-Winter Concert, 3, 4. LEO JOSEPH HESSION 'l'l'l Dickerman Rd., Newton Highlands Hazard, Hesh, Language, Weeks, Holy Cross, Tusitala Club, Q, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, President, 4, J. V. Football, 9, Intermediate Football, 3, Baseball Manager, SZ, 3, Newtonite, 3, 4, English Club, 4, Sophomore Prize Speak- ing, Committee of 91, Oriole, Football Rally Committee. WILLIAM ERNEST HILL L 5 24 Cochituate Rd., Newton Highlands Bill, Hill Billy, Certificate, Weeks, University of Maine, Committee of 88, Q, Newtonite Q, 3, 4, Newtonian, 4, Debating Club, Q, 3, English Club, 3, 4, President, 4, Legislature, 9, 3, Track Manager, 9, 3, Varsity Track Manager, 3, Orange Book, 4, Lunchroom Duty, 4. GEORGE WILLARD HINMAN, JR. 9 Harrington St., Newtonville Bill, Hinie, Certificate, Day, Iowa State, Cavalry Club, Q, Boys' Chorus, Q, 3, 4, Baseball, 9, Track, Q, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Press Box, 4, Prom Committee, 4.1 Forty-nine LEONOR MAE HOITI' 30 Bernard St., Newton Highlands Leona, Law, Office Training, Weeks, Dressmaking School, Christmas Vesper Service, Q, 3, 4, Mid-Winter Concert, Q, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 9, Scholarship Roll, Q, Miss White's Office, 4, Bowling, 4, Soccer, Q, 3. RITA HOLDEN 54 Dalby St., Newton Office Training, Day. DOROTHY JANE HOLLAND 11 Elmore St., Newton Centre Jane, Janey, Certificate, Brookline High, Wheaton, Cavalry Club, 3, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Basketball, 3, Golf, 3. DORIS MAY HOLMAN 37 Walnut Pl., Newtonville Dot, Dottie, Office Training, Day, Katharine Gibbs, Knitting Club, 4. DONALD RICHARD HOLMES 495 California St., Newtonville Don, Certificate, Day, Cornell, Presi- dent National Honor Society, 3, 4, Business Manager Orange Book, 3, 4, Editor Newtonian, 4, Football, 9, 3, Basketball, Q, Track, Q, Board of Publica- tions, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Tusitala, 4, Gym Exhibition, Q, Usher Senior and Drama Club Plays, 4, Social Room Com- mittee. DANIEL BERNARD HOOKAILO 10 Kilburn Rd., West Newton Hookie, Dan, Academic l, Warren, Geology, Motion Picture Squad, 9, 3, 4, Aviation Club, 4, B Band, Q, 3, A Band, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4. Fifty iggt , 4115 V' an-HI' ffm, 'M' ELEANOR HOOPER 194 Randlett Pk., West Newton Hoopie, Ellie, Academic, Warren, Lasell, Chorus, Q, 3, Outdoor Concert, Q, Midsummer Night's Dream", Gym Meet, 2, Alpha Beta, Q, Tennis, 9, 3. JAMES ANDERSON HORN 607 Watertown St., Newtonville Jim, Mathematics, Day, West Point, Legislature, Q, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, Home Room Manager, Q, 3, Gym Exhibition, 9, Senior Play, Drama Club Play, 4, Debating Club, Q, 3, Treasurer, 3, German Club, 4, Orange Shield, Lunchroom Squad, Com- mittee of 10, Junior Forum, National Honor Society, 4. VIRGINIA MARY HORRIGAN 460 Crafts St., West Newton Ginny, Certificate, Wellesley Junior High, Regis, English Club, 3, Knitting Club, 4, Library Club, 4, Orange Book, 3, Newtonian Photograph Committee, 4, Newtonite Literary Staff, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, Archery, Q, 3, Tennis, 9. BARBARA HOSKINS Q0 Manitoba Rd., Waban Language, Weeks, Swarthmore, Scholar- ship Roll, 2, 3, 4, Swimming Club, 3, Social Studies Club, 3, English Club, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Legislature Alternate, 3, 4, Newtonian Data, 4, Committee of 91, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Junior Forum, 4, Band, 9. HOWARD E. HOUGHTON 73 Allerton Rd., Newton Centre Howie, Certificate, Weeks, Dartmouth, Scholarship Roll, 4, Senior Play, 4, New- tonite, Q, 4, Debating Club, 9, Glee Club, 9, 3, 4, English Club, 4, Chairman Rally Committee, Spanish Club, 9, 3, Table Tennis Club, 2, Track, 4. FRANCES LILLIAN HUDSON Q72 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville Rusty, Academic, Day, Newton Hospital, Tennis, Q, 3, 4, Badminton, 3, 4, Modern Dancing, 3, Outing Club, 4, Camera Club. PERRY MALCOLM HUDSON 45 Ashton Ave., Newton Centre Certificate, Weeks, Boston University, Newtonite, 3, 4, Tusitala Club, Q, Senior Play Committee, 4. EDWARD B. HUMPHREY 25 Cochituate Rd., Newton Highlands Ted, Humpfrew, College Certificate, Weeks, Bowdoin, B Band, Q, Assistant Baseball Manager, Q. GORDON F. HUNT 'l'l Elsworth Rd., West Newton Chick, Chickie, Business, Warren, Northeastern, National Honor Society, 3, lfi,3Lunchroom Duty, 3, 4, Scholarship o , . DOROTHY HARRIETT HUNTER 40 Canterbury Rd., Newton Highlands Sis, WhimDYi Academic l, Weeks, Lasell Jr. College, Ping-Pong Tournament, 2, Gym Demonstration, Q, Personality Club, 3, Chorus, 4, Christmas Vesper Service, 4, Spanish Club, 4, Mid-Winter Concert, 4. NANCY COLBURN HUNTING 28 Champa Ave., Newton Upper Falls Nan, Blondie, Office Training, Weeks, Katharine Caibbs, Home Economics Club, Q, 4, Treasurer, Q, Commercial Club, President, 4. BARBARA LOUISE HURST 'I7 Wauwinet Pd., West Newton Barbie, Sis, Academic, Fall River, Mass., Wheelock School, Art Club 4, Drama Club Workshop, 3, 4, Art Chairman of English Club, 4, Golf, 3, Committee of 9'I, 4, Property Committee for "Nathan Hale," 4, National Honor Society, 4, ? 4 -' , , f 'S W W ' .V I v 'M - unfit? 3 4"""'? 119 1. -J 'S Us f. CHARLES COLE HURTER Q29 Austin St., West Newton Academic, Warren, Massachusetts State. MYRTLE LOUISE HUSTON 'lO3 Court St., Newtonville Mud-turtle, Husty, Ottice Training, Day, Mouse Island Business College, Personality Club, 3, Knitting Club, 4, Archery, 3, Golf, 3, Scholarship Roll, 3, Ping-Pong, 3, National Honor Society, 4. ELLIOTT A. HUTCHINSON 3 Indiana Ct., Newton Upper Falls Hutch, Mathematics, Weeks, Millard, Chemistry Club, Math Club. DONALD LORING HYATT 1380 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Don, Butch, Certificate, Weeks, Boston University, A Band, Q, 3, 4, A Orchestra, 9, 3, Music Club, 3, Vice-President, 4, Legislature Alternate, 4, Boys' Chorus, 4. MARY RUDDOCK HYDE 'l3O Ridge Ave., Newton Centre Language, American School, Philippines, Wellesley, Aviaticn Club, 4, Scholarship Roll. TOMMASINA MARIE IAGULLI Q2 Rockland St., Newton Highlands Tommy, Cupid, Academic, Weeks, Home Economics Club, 4, Chorus, 9. Titty-one GEORGE HOWARDIINGRAHAM Q3 Bowers St., Newtonville Howie, Ingie, Academic I, Brighton High School, Preparatory School. ROBERT PHILLIP IRELAND 319 Ward St., Newton Centre Dapper, Skipper, Academic, Bayside High, Bayside, N. Y., Indoor Track Team, Gym Team. EDITH MARGARET JALONEN 181 California St., Newton Sweetheart, Eddie, Academic, Day, Alpha Beta, Knitting Club, Secretary, 4. PATRICIA JENKE 54 Elm Rd., Newtonville Pat, Pattie, Academic, Bigelow, Archery, 2, Camera Club, 4, Music Club, 3, 4, Personality Club, 3, Glee Club, 3, 4, Chorus, 2, 3, 4, Mid-Winter Concert, Q, 4, Christmas Vespers, Q, 3. MARY JENNINGS 234 Church St., Newton Jen, Mare, Academic, Bigelow, Framing- ham, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3. PEARL RUTH JONAH 353 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Champ, Joney, Academic ll, Day, Nurs- ing Newton Hospital, Basketball 3, 4, Bowling Club, 4, Badminton, 3, 4, Chorus, 3, 4, Outing Club, 4, Tennis, 4, Swimming Club, 3, 4, Home Economics Club, 3, Soccer, 3, 4, Field Hockey, 4, LaCrosse, 3, Volley Ball, 3. Fifty-two Vitae -fkk HOWARD SHERMAN JONES 16 Harvard St., Newtonville Academic, Day. WILLIAM RICHARDSON JONES 951 Grant Ave., Newton Centre "Bud, Dick, Language, Day, Harvard, A Band, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Tennis Manager, 9, Scholarship Roll, 3, Legislature, 3, 4, Math:Club, 3, Camera Club, 3. BERNICE ROSE JOYAL 111 Auburndale Ave., West Newton Bernie, Academic, Warren, Massachu- setts General Hospital, English Club, 4, Library Club, 4, Archery, Q, 3, Soccer, 9, Easlcegball, Q, Hockey, Q, Scholarship o , . ROSE KAROL 25 Newland St,, Auburndale Rosie, Academic, Warren, Jackson VonLadau, A Band, 2, 3, 4, Swimming Club, 3, Music Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, 4, Christmas Vesper Service, 4, Knitting Club, 4. BARBARA FRANCES KEARNEY Q69 Webster St., Auburndale 5 TBarbs, Barbie, Academic, Warren, Lasell Junior College, Ping-Pong, 2, 3, Bowling Club, 4, Soccer Team, 4, Outing Club, 4, Field Hockey, 2. MARJORIE ANN KEARY 15 Roosevelt Rd., Newton Centre Margie, Cup Cake, Academic, Weeks, Massachusetts School of Art, Art Club, 2, 3, 4, Ping-Pong, 2, 3, Badminton, Senior Picture Committee, Field Hockey, 2, Var- sity Tennis, 2, 3, 4. JOHN MAURICE KEATING A- 1 37 North St., Newton Centre Jack, Clyde, Academic, Weeks, Boston College, Band, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 2, 3, Baseball, Q, 3, 4, Hockey, 2, 3, Bowling Club, 4, Home Room Manager, Q, Golf, 4. GORDON KEE 76 Arlington St., Newton Gordy, Lankie, Business, Bigelow, Northeastern, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Senior Executive Committee, Home Room Manager, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, Scholarship Roll, 3, Senior Picture Com- mittee, 4. CATHERINE MONICA KEEFE 'IO Pillion Ct., Newtonville Kay, Keefey, Academic, Day, Hockey, 2, 3, 4, Soccer, Q, 3, 4, Badminton, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Ping-Pong, 3, Bowling, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, Q, 4, Tennis, Q, 3, 4, Chorus, 3, 4, Outing Club, La Crosse, 3, Archery, 3, Volley Ball, 3, Gym Meet, SZ, 4. FRANCIS RAE KEEFE 45'l Lexington St., Auburndale Gunga, Frank, Business, Warren, North- eastern, Golf Team, 2, 3, 4, Orange Shield, 4, Social Room Host, 4. BETTIE ANNE KEEGAN 65 Gordon Rd., Waban Bett, Keeg, Certiticate, Lexington High, Westbrook Junior College. BARBARA MAE KEHN 'l5'l Jackson St., Newton Centre Babbe, Mousemeat, Certiticate, Weeks, Katharine Gibbs, National Honor Society, 3 4, Secretary, 4, Alpha Beta, SZ, English Cllub, 3, Junior Forum, 3, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, Orange Shield, 3, 4, Lunch- room Squad, 3, 4, Legislature Alternate, 4, Home Room Manager, Q, 3, Newtonlan, 4, Social Board Chairman, 4, Senior Play Candy Committee. 'NIU .ani -J' -sniff 55' MU! ii WVR , . app...- at F' 'gn-.-2 lf! fx ELEANOR FRANCES KELLEY 'l4 Hillside Ter., West Newton Elly, Kell, Academic, Warren, Business School, Band, Q, 3, Alpha Beta, Track Team, 3, Soccer, 4, Hockey, 4, Ping-Pong, 9, Swimming Club, 3, Aviation Club, 4, Outing Club, 4, Senior Play Committee, 4. THOMAS KELLY S22 Minot Pl., Newtonville Tonky, Business, Day. BLANCHE KENNEDY 15 Eliot Ave., West Newton Language, Day, Bates, Camera Club, 2, Microphone Club, Q, English Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Legislature, 3, 4, Newtonite, 3, 4, Newtonian, 4, Modern Dance, 4, Junior Forum, 4, Honor Roll, 9, 3, Archery, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 4. ELIZABETH KENNEDY 39 Columbus St., Newton Highlands Betty, Kennie, Certiticate, Weeks, Edgewood Park Junior College, Camera Club, 2, Swimming Club, 3, Knitting Club, 4. JOHN DENNIS KENNEDY Q1 Rice St., Newton Centre Ken, Academic, Rindge Tech. MARGARET CROWNINSHIELD KENT 59 Hancock Ave., Newton Centre Marga, Certificate, Weeks, Sarah Law- rence College, Christmas Vespers, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4, Muslc Club, 3, 4, President, 3, "Trial By Jury," 3, Newtonlte, 3, 4, Features Editor, 4, Junior Forum, 3, 4, Tusltala Vice-President, 4, Newton- ian, Proof Editor, 4, National Honor Society, 4, Scholarship Roll, Newtonlte Award. Fifty-three JOHN STEPHEN KEOHANE, JR. 'IQ Acacia Ave., Chestnut Hill Certificate, St. PhiIip's Preparatory School. KARYL JEANNINE KERR ' 42 Fellsmere Rd., Newton Centre Kay, Certificate, Weeks, Syracuse Univer- sity, Neophytes, Treasurer, Play, Q, Alpha Beta, President, Q, Drama Club, Executive Board, Play, 4, Senior Play Committee, Chairman, 4, Verse-Speaking Choir, 3, 4, Legislature, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 4, Microphone Club, 4, Cavalry Club, 4, Newtonian, 4, Activities Editor, Orchestra, 3, "Evening of the Dance," 3, National Honor Society, 4, "I Hear America Singing." JOSEPHINE ALEXANDRIA KERR 344 Cherry St., West Newton Jo, Joie, Academic l, St. Bernard's, Home Economics Club, Q, 3, Chorus, 4. BARBARA ANNE KIESER 37 Cheswick Rd., Auburndale Barb, Academic I, Longmeadow Jr. High, Westbrook Junior College, English Club, 3, French Club, 4, Knitting Club, 4. ANN MARIE KINDREGAN Q04 Parmenter Rd., West Newton I Office Training, Warren, Burdett Col- ege. DOUGLAS J. KING 398 Brookline St., Newton Centre Doug, Mathematics, Weeks, Massachu- setts lnstitute of Technolosyi German Club, Q, 3, Alpha Gamma Tau, 4, Scholar- ship Roll, Q, 3. Fifty-four EDWA RD LEE KING 38 Stearns St., Newton Centre Lightning, Business, Weeks, Massachu- setts State, Baseball, Ping-Pong. VINCENT JOSEPH KIRBY 41 Washington St., Newton Vin-John, Academic I, Bigelow, Foot- ball, Q, 3, 4, Track, Q, 3, 4, Legislature, Q, 3, 4, Math Club, 4, Stage Committee, 4, Assistant Home Room Manager, Q, Debating Club, Q, Gym team, 2, Gym Meet, 9, Social Room Committee, 2. HERMAN EDWARD KLEIN, JR. 38 Otis St., Newtonville Ed, Mathematics, Belmont, Massachu- setts lnstitute of Technology. RICHARD A. KLEIN 68 Larchmont Ave., Waban Dick, Klink, Certificate, Warren, William and Mary, Varsity Indoor Track, 3, 4, Intermediate Football, 2, Varsity Football, 3, Legislature, 4, Varsity Club, 3, 4, Varsity Outdoor Track, 3, 4. DONALD E. KNAPP 138 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Don, Stinky, Academic I, Day, Alpha Beta, Chorus, 4, Senior Play, Drama Club Play, Scholarship Roll, Intermediate Foot- ball, Gym Meet, Q, Christmas Vespers, 4, Junior Red Cross Collection. PAULA GOODNOW KNIGHT 45 Chapin Rd., Newton Centre Certiticate, Lincoln School, Middlebury, Alpha Beta, Q, Cavalry Club, 9, Music Club, 3, 4, Chorus, 3, Newtonian Data, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 2, Assistant Home Room Manager, 4, Vesper Service, 3, Junior Forum, 3, Assembly Usher, Q. VIRGINIA HARVEY KNOTT 30 Asheville Rd., Newton Lower Falls Jinny, Ginger, Academic l, Warren, Boston School of Occupational Therapy. CHARLES GILBERT KOOPMAN 4'l Woodward St., Newton Highlands Gil, Gib, Certificate, Roslinclale High School, Boston University, A Band, 3, 4. DONALD NASH KOUGH AN Q4 Madison Ave., Newtonville Kitten, Cuthbert, Certificate, Day, Bowdoin, Drama Club, Q, 3, 4, Prize Speaking, SZ, Camera Club, 2, Social Studies Club, Q, 3, Senior Play, 4, New- tonite, 4, Drama Club Play, 4, Home Room Manager, 9, 3, 4, Oriole, Q, 4. PHYLLIS EILEEN KRAMP 'l4 Winona St., Auburndale Phyll, Academic, Warren, Forsyth Dental School, Orange Shield, Q, 3, 4. MILDRED FLORENCE KR AVITZ 45 Park Ave., Newton Millie, Babe, Certificate, Bigelow, Simmons, Music Club, 4, Personality Club, 4, Girls' Chorus, 3. LANE KUTZ 70 Stuart Rd., Newton Centre Kutzie, Language, Weeks, Smith, Alpha Beta, 9, Neophytes, Q, Sophomore Prize Speaking, English Club, 3, 4, Drama Club, Program Committee, Play, 3, 4, Verse-Speaking Choir, 3, 4, Senior Play Publicity Committee, Legislature Alter- nate, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, "Evening of the Dance," 3, Christmas Vespers, 3, 4, Senior Night Committee, 4, National Honor Society, 4. VIRGINIA KYLE 'l'l9 Austin St., Newtonville Ginny, Certificate, Day, Wheelock, Alpha Beta, Q, A Orchestra, Q, Home Room Manager, Q, German Club, 3, Drama Club, 3, Drama Club Workshop, Secretary-Treasurer, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Business Committee Senior Play, 4, Aviation Club, 4, Junior Forum, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3, Social Room Hostess, 3. JAMES JOSEPH LALLY Q1 Belmont St., Newton Jim, Certificate, Bigelow, Holy Cross, Hockey, 3, Football, SZ, 3, Art Club, 4. RUTH PATRICIA LALLY 38 Kensington Ave., West Newton Ruthie, Pat, Office Training, Day, Katharine Gibbs, Knitting Club, 4, Scholar- ship Roll, 2, Tennis, 3. JEAN D. LAMB Q92 Waltham St., West Newton Hinlcy, Academic l, Central Park .Junior High, Schenectady, N. Y., State Teachers, Knitting Club, Treasurer, 3, 4, German Club, 3, Outing Club, 4, English Club, 4, Tennis, Ping-Pong, Scholarship Roll, 4, National Honor Society, 4. BURTON S. LANCASTER 68 Beacon St., Chestnut Hill Burt, Lanky, Academic l, Weeks, Legislature, 9. GERARD LANGEVIN 193 Tremont St., Newton Jerry, Business, Watertown High, Stage Crew, 4. Fifty-five LAURENCE LAPP 43 Crosby Rd., Chestnut Hill Larry, Certificate, Weeks, Business Com- mittee Senior Play, Camera Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Drama Club, Busi- ness Committee, 4, Intermediate Baseball, 3, Social Studies Club, Executive Board, Program Committee, 4. MARY LOUISE LAPPEN 69 Reservoir Drive, Chestnut Hill Lou, Mary Lou, Academic l, Notre Dame Academy, Mt. Vernon Seminary, Neophytes, Tennis Team, Q. M S BLAINE LAPPIN JR JA E , . 78 Elmore St., Newton Centre Jim, Certificate, West Jr. High, Arling- ton, Boston College, Boys' Chorus, 2,1-1, Glee Club, 3. MARY CATHERINE LARSON 3 Hammell Pl., Chestnut Hill Office Training, Weeks, Archery, 2, Commercial Club, Q, 4, Chairmangprogram Committee, Commercial Club, 4. CLIFFORD LARSSON 3 Milton Ave., West Newton Cliff, Academic, Warren, Art School. GEORGE HALL LEACH Q0 Hammond St., Newton Centre Joe, Academic I, Day, Northeastern, B Orchestra, Q, Band, 2, ScholarshipQRoll. , Fifty-six PAUL JOSEPH LEAHY '18 Aberdeen St., Newton Highlands Muscles, Business, Weeks, Intermediate Football, Q. BARBARA LeBARON 80 Brookside Ave., Newtonville Babs, Barb, Academic l, Day, Chamber- lain, German Club, Q, Golf, 3, "Evening of the Dance," 3, Legislature Alternate, Dance Group, 4, Drama Club Workshop. MARY KATHRYN LEDBETTER 40 Pine Crest Rd Newton Centre Academic Weeks Colby Junior College Art Club Modern Dance Group, gg National Honor Society, 4, M Q-f EDNA PEARL LEES 'IQ41 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Ed, Eddy, Office Training, Weeks, Commercial Club, 9, Home Room Manager, 3, Secretary Commercial Club, 4. GEORGIA AGNES LEONARD 135 Austin St., Newtonville G. G., Jiggs, Office Training, Day, Honor Roll, 9, Girls' Chorus, 9, Neophytes, Christmas Vespers, 2, Com- mercial Club, Q, Home Room Manager, 2, Glee Club, 3, 4, Mid-Winter Concert 3, Modern Dancing, 3, Scholarship Roll, 4, Drama Club, Program Committee, Play 4, Committee of 91, 4, National Honor Society, 4. FRANCIS LEONE 9 Beach St., Newton Frenchy, Certificate, Day, Boston Col- lege, Orange Shield, 3, 4, Class Vice- President, 9, Social Studies Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, SZ, 4, Football, 2, Basket- ball, 2,Traclc, 3, National Honor Society, 4. MARY ANN LePINE 4 22 Chandler St., Newton Sis, Exe, Office Training, Day, Univer- sity of California, Personality Club, 4, Bowling Club, 4, Gym Meet, 3, Basketball, 9, Field Hockey, Q. ELEANOR MARY LEWIS 803 Watertown St., West Newton El, Elie, Office Training, St. Bernard's School, Business School, Tennis, 3, 4, Golf, 4. PAULINE LEWIS 38 Brookdale Rd., Newtonville Polly, Language, Day, Monticello, Vice-President, Alpha Beta, Neophytes, Legislature, 4, Alternate, Q, 3, Drama Board, 4, Drama Club Executive Board, 3, Play, 3, Business, Candy Committees, 4, Junior Forum, 3, 4, Senior Play, 3, 4, Newtonian, 3, 4, Tennis, 3, 4, Ping-Pong, 3, 4, Senior Night Committee, 4, National Honor Society, 4. ELIZABETH ANN LILLEGARD 933 Bellevue St., Newton Betty Ann, Certificate, Cambridge I-ligh, Bethany Lutheran College, German Club, 2, 3, Music Club, 4, National I1'lonor Society, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 2,?3, JEANNE LINBERG 19 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville Certificate, Day, Massachusetts State, Swimming Club, 3, Camera Club, 3, 4, Knitting Club, 4, German Club, 4, l-lockey, Basketball, Badminton. RUTH BERTHA LINKE 23 Winter St., Newton:Upper Falls Ruthie, Academic lli Weeks. if .ad-Q' 'S-"""' '03 an-amnr ,671 " aft 1 Fixx, Ana., uf?" wr' 1? PETER LOMBARDI 55 Pine Grove Ave., Newton Lower Falls. Pete, Buck, Business, Warren, North- eastern. CHARLOTTE GERTRUDE LOPAS 4 Edgewood Rd., West Newton Charlie, Lottie, Office Training, Warren, Commercial Club, 2, Home Economics Club, President, 4. EDWARD JOSEPH LOPEZ 31 Jellerson St., Newton- Eddie, Curley, Business, Bigelow, Northeastern. NANCY DEAN LOVELAND 51 Claremont St., Newton Spes, Deanie, Academic l, Bigelow, Green Mountain Junior College, Alpha- Beta, 9, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Cavalry Club, 4, Knitting Club, 4, Archery, 3, 4. JEANNE ANN LOVETT 7 Shorneclille Rd., Newton Jean, Snookie, Academic l, Bigelow, Mount lda Junior College, Home Room Manager, 3, Newtonian Representative, 4, Christmas Vespers, 4. ALICE MAYBEL LOWTHER 74 Jefferson St., Newton Al, Academic V, Weeks, Chorus. Fifty-seven EVELYN MAE LUCAS 68 Harvard St., Newtonville Ev, Certificate, North High, Worcester, Simmons, Girls' Chorus, 3, Christmas Vespers, Drama Club Workshop, 3, 4, Stcholarship Roll, National Honor Society, ANTOINETTE MARIE LUCIER 182 Parker St., Newton Centre Tonie, Polo, Academic l, Weeks, Mount Ida Junior College, Neophytes, Play, Alpha Beta, Drama Club, 3, 4, Spanish Club, 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4, Business and Candy Committee, Senior Play, "Trial By Jury", Candy Committee, Drama Club Play, 4, Legislature, 3. PATRICIA LUNNY 394 Central St., Auburndale Pat, Academic l, Warren, Chamberlain, Swimming Club, Personality Club, Outing Club. JOHN E. LYNCH, JR. 52 Athelstane Rd., Newton Centre Jack, Certificate, Weeks, West Point, Varsity Tennis, 9, 3, 4, Legislature, 4, Drama Club, 4, Boys' Chorus, 4. MARY KATHRYN LYNCH 43 Union St., Newton Centre Rusty, Office Training, Weeks, Business School, Personality Club, 4, Exchange Editor, Newtonite, 4, Senior Play Com- mittee, Scholarship Roll, 4, National Honor Society, 4. ALICE LYONS 513 Waltham St., West Newton Al, Allie, Academic V, Warren. Fifty-eight JOHN LYONS Q63 Webster St., Auburndale Johnny, Jack, Business, Warren. ROBERT BRUCE MacKNIGHT, JR. 19 Maple Pk., Newton Centre Bob, Mac, Academic, Weeks, Norwich University, Hockey. JACQUELYN PEARL MacLEAN 21 Endicott St., Newton Highlands Jackie, Jac, Mathematics, Weeks, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Radio Club, Secretary, 3, 4, Chemistry Club, Senior Play Publicity Committee, Newtonite, MARIWOOD FRANCES MacLUCAS 79 Warren St., Newton Centre Mac, Woody, Academic lll, Weeks, Massachusetts School of Art, Personality Club, Archery, 3, 4, Golf, 3, Band, Q, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, SZ, 3, 4, Art Editor of Orange Book, Newtonian Staff, National Honor Society, 4. MARGERY MacNEIL Q52 Franklin St., Newton Tommy, Language, Bigelow, Smith, Alpha Beta, Tusitala, Q, 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer, 4, Newtonite, 4, Newtonian, 3, 4, Features Editor, 4, Senior Play, Orange Shield, 4, Committee of 91, 4. ROBERT CLOUSTON MacPHERSON 121 Cedric Rd., Newton Centre Bob, Mac, Certificate, Weeks, Norwich University, Cheer Leader, 3, 4, B Band, 3, 4, A Band, 4. JOAN MacSHEFFRAY 37 Cedar St., Newton Centre Jo, Jose, Academic, Weeks, Junior College, Alpha Beta, Q, Cavalry Club, Q, Modern Dance Group, 4, Scholarship Roll, 4. LOUISE ANN MACUSTY 171 Cherry St., West Newton Lou, Office Training, Warren, Com- mercial Club, 3, Modern Dance Group, 3, Knitting Club, 4, Archery, 9, 3, 4. ARTHUR TAFT MAHONEY, JR. 4 Cotton St., Chestnut Hill Taft, Wolfe, Academic l, St. John's Preparatory, Valley Forge Junior College, Varsity Traclc Team. PAULINE ANNE MAHONEY Q3 Washburn St., Newton Polly, Office Training, Bigelow, Com- mercial Club, Q, Social Studies Club, 3, Archery, 3, Knitting Club, 4. DOROTHY ANN MAIN 303 River St., West Newton Dot, Otfice Training, Warren. EDITH YVETTE MALTZ Q4 Ouincy Rd., Chestnut Hill Edie, Ey, Academic lll, Weeks, Colby Junior College, Spanish Club, 3, 4, Drama Club, 4, Drama Club Play, Business Committee, Senior Picture Committee, Scholarship Roll, 4, National Honor Society, 4. Q Aus. ROSE MAMISHIAN 39 Champa St., Newton Upper Falls Shorty, Academic, Weeks, Home Economics Club, 4, Honor Roll, 9, 4, Girls' Chorus, 4, Christmas Vespers, 4, Mid-Winter Concert, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q. LORRAINE JENNY MANCHESTER 380 Waban Ave., Waban Jen, Jenny, Academic l, Weeks, Lasell, Candy Committee, Social Room Hostess, Newtonian, English Club, 4, Knitting Club, 3, 4, Mathematics Club, 3, Home Room Manager, 2, Rally Advertis- ing Chairman. SALVATORE MANCUSO 522 Cottage Pl., West Newton Sammy, Academic V, Warren. JANE MANSFIELD Q30 Bellevue St., Newton Janie, Academic l, Bigelow, Katharine Gibbs, Neophytes, Alpha Beta, Legiss lature, 3, 4, Home Room Manager, 4, Orange Shield, 4, Council of Six, 4, Social Board, 4, Social Room Hostess, 4, Newtonian, 4, Tennis, 3, 4. LOUIS MANTECA Q58 Nevada St., Newtonville Sully, Teelce, Academic l, Day, Went- worth Night School. ANNA MARDEROSIAN 193 Oak St., Newton Upper Falls Jitterbug, Ann, Academic V, Weelcs, Business School, Basketball, Baseball, Swimming Club, Christmas Vespers, Girls' Chorus, 9, 3, 4, Mid-Winter Con- cert. Fifty-nine DANIEL JOSEPH MARINI 509 California St., Newtonville Dee, Academic V, Day. ADOLPH MART 19 Elliot Ter., Newton Upper Falls Business, Weeks, Northeastern, National Honor Society, 4. GLORIA JOYCE MARTIN 63 Clinton Pl., NewtonfCentre Glo, Academic I, Weeks, Modern Dancing, 3, 4, "Evening of the Dance," Knitting Club, 4, French Club, 4, Archery, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3. ROBERT MARTIN 30 Capital St., Nonantum Bob, Tubba, Academic I, Bigelow, Northeastern, Varsity Football, 4. SHELDON EMMANUEL MARTINES 151 Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville Lefty, Business,'Bigelow, Boston Univer- sity, Baseball, Hockey, Basketball. DOROTHY RUTH MASON 417 Watertown St., Newton Honey, Dottie, Academic ll, Day, Cambridge Hospital. Sixty we B. stvt A I . , ,,-, X ' A ix, . YQHW' fs Q and . f X ETHEL MARY MASSIE 14 William St., West Newton Office Training, Warren, Commercial Club. SHIRLEY MYRA MATSON S233 Waltham St., West Newton My Matty, OFfice Training, Day, Dental School, Girls' Chorus, 4, Basket- ball, 2, Mid-Winter Concert. SHIRLEE ELIZABETH MAXWELL 22 Byrd Ave.,IlWest Newton Shirl, Maxie, Academic, Warren, Lasell, Alpha Beta, Q, Legislature, 3, Gym Meet, 3, Knitting Club, 4, Chorus, 9, 3, 4 Christmas Vespers, 3, 4, Tennis, 4. ARTHUR ROBERT MCCARTHY IL4 Henshaw Pl., West Newton Mac, Business, Warren, Hockey, Tennis. DONALD McCARTN 868 Commonwealth Ave., West'Newton Don, Mac, Certiticate, Newton Country Day, Harvard, Football. MARGARET MARY MCCUSKER 1407 Washington St., West Newton Mac, Pe58Yi Office Training, Warren. i JOHN G. McDONALD QI H 208 Cabot St., Newtonville Mac, Academic l, Weeks, Northeastern, Stage Crew, 3, 4, Chairman, 4, Spanish Club, SZ, 3, Aviation Club, 2, Motion Picture Squad, 3, 4. JO ANN MCGARY 149 Cabot St., Newton Language, Bigelow, Guilford, Cavalry Club, Spanish Club, Secretary, Verse- Speaking Choir. MALCOLM MCGARY 149 Cabot St., Newton Mac, Red, Certificate, Bigelow, Univer- sity of North Carolina, Spanish Club, Q, 3. NANCY ELIZABETH McGILL 17 Eliot Ave., West Newton Academic, Day, Secretarial School, Orange Shield, Basketball, Tennis, l-lome Room Manager, Assistant, 3, Neophytes. JOAN MARIE McGRATH 415 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Chick, Joany, Certificate, Day, Boston University, Neophytes, Alpha Beta, Basketball, 2, 3, Drama Club, 3, 4, Vice- President 4, Business Committee 3, English Club, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, Modern Dancing, 4, Legislature Alternate, 4, Drama Club Play, 4, Senior Play, 4, Verse-Speaking Choir, 4. WILLIAM McKENNA 86 Warwick Rd., West Newton Bill, Mac, Academic, Boston Latin School, Dartmouth, Varsity Hockey, 3, 4, Varsity Football, 4, J. V. Hockey 9, Varsity Club, 3, 4, Intermediate Football, 3. an .'am'T'-sa 4--it HELEN MARGARET McLAUGHLIN 21 Atherton Plc., Newton Lower Fall: Squeaky, Academic V, Warren. FRANCIS RICHARD MCMAHON 74 Pleasant St., West Newton Mack, Frankie, Business, Warren, Track, Lunchroom Squad. VIRGINIA ELIZABETH MCMAHON 74 Pleasant St., West Newton Virgi, Ginnie, Office Training, Warren, Swimming Club, Girls' Chorus, Baseball, Soccer. LOUISE M. MCMANUS 1 64 Pearl St., Newton Lou, Academic, Day, Nursing School, Basketball 3, 4, Soccer Team, 2, 3, 4, outing Club, 4, Personality Club, 4, Badminton, 3, 4, Track, 2, Tennis, 9, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4, National l-lonor Society, 4. CATHERINE FRANCES McNAMARA 63 Auburn St., Auburndale Kayo, Academic lll, Warren, Lasell, Cavalry Club, 2, Gym Meet, Q, Swimming Club, 3, 4, Soccer, 4, Chorus, 4, Tennis, 4, Christmas Vespers, 4. JAMES BARTLETT MELCHER, JR. 16 Garden Rd., Newton Jim, Burp, Certificate, Bigelow, Skl Team, Q, 3, Home Room Manager, Q, Track, Band, Q, German Club, 4, Senior Play Costume Committee. Sixty-one JEAN MELCHER 16 Garden Rd., Newton Certificate, Bigelow, Colorado College, Neophytes, Alpha Beta, Legislature, 3, 4, Archery, 2, 3, Drama Club Workshop, 3, 4, Chairman, 4, Music Club, 4, Knitting Club, Verse-Speaking Choir, 4, Honor Roll, 3, 4, Newtonian Representative, 3, National Honor Society, 4. CAROLYN ANN MEREDITH 172 Park St., Newton Chicky, Chubby, Academic I, Bigelow, Girls' Chorus, Q. ROBERT RHODEN MEREDITH, III 172 Park St., Newton Bob, Rhodey, Academic, Bigelow, Boys' Chorus, Q. STANLEY MERRILL 38 Whitney Rd., Newtonville Stan, Certificate, Day, Legislature, 4, Track, 3, 4. MARY WINIFRED MESERVE 30 Ransom Rd., Newton Centre Certificate, Weeks, Mount Allison University, Girls' Chorus, Q, 3, 4. JOHN EDWIN MEYER Q4 Pilgrim Rd., Waban Eddie, Academic I, Warren. Sixty-two CLARENCE STETSON MICK 370 Dedham St., Newton Centre Stet, Mathematics, Weeks, Bowdoin, Intermediate Football, 9, Orange Shield, Q, 3, 4, Class President, 9, 3, Associates President, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Legislature, Q, I-lome Room Manager, 3, Newtonian, 3, 4, Representative, 3. ELEANOR MILLARD 170 Nehoiden Rd., Waban Ellie, Academic I, Warren, New England Baptist Hospital, Home Room Manager, 9, Scholarship Roll, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Swimming Club, 3, Com- mittee of 91, 4, Music Club, 4, Lunch- room Committee, 4, Glee Club, 4, Christ- mas Vespers, 3, 4. JOAN KENDALL MILLER 16 Elmore St., Newton Centre J. K., Joaney, Certificate, Bigelow, Bates, Neophytes, French Club, Drama Club Workshop, Knitting Club. DOROTHY JANE MITCHELL 34 Bothfeld Rd., Newton Centre Dodo, Dot, Certificate, Weeks, Boston School of Occupational Therapy, Alpha Beta, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Girls' Outing Club, 3, Field Hockey, Q, 3, gfagsitg, 3, Baseball, 9, 3, 4, Badminton, MAUDE MITCHELL 48 Westchester Rd., Newton Mud, Stuffy, Academic, Day, Wilfred Academy, Home Economics Club, Tennis. WILLIAM F. MOAN 9 Parmenter Ter., West Newton Bill, Will, Academic I, Warren, Boston University, Intermediate Basketball, Lunch- room Squad. RITA MOANN Q99 Auburn St., Auburndale Academic I, Warren, Simmons, Bad- minton, Q, Ping-Pong, Q, 3, Basketball, 3, Tennis, Q, Personality Club, 4. VERONICA JOAN MONKS 91 Emerson St., Newton Academic V, Bigelow, Soccer, Basket- ball, 4. JOHN GRAHAM MOORE 9 Woodbine St., Auburndale Johnny, Certificate, Suffield Academy, Suffield, Conn., Brown University. EMIL P. MOSCHELLA 15 Duxbury Rd., Newton Centre Osie, Ozzie, Mathematic, Weeks, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Alpha Beta, Ping-Pong, Q, Legislature, 3, Committee of 91, 4, Cheer Leader, 4. BORDEN ALFRED MOSHER 302 Woodland Rd., Auburndale Mush, Certificate, Warren, Business College, J. V. Baseball, Q, Varsity Base- ball, 4, Committee of 91 . BENCION MOSKOW 51 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill Buddy, Certificate, Weeks, Dartmouth: Camera Club, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 41 Senior4Play Committee, Drama Club Com- mitte, . paul: il 1135 fm'-5? 'CZ' ELIOT STEPHAN MOVER 31 Bruce Lane, Newton El, Certificate, Weeks, Dartmouth, Band, 9, 3, Orchestra, 3, 4, Math Club, 3, Varsity Club, Q, 3, 4, Newtonite, 3, 4, Newtonian Sports Editor, 4, Indoor, Outdoor Track, Q, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Legislature, 4, Alternate, 2, 3, Lunch- room Squad, 4. JAMES FREDERIC MULLEN 23 Eden Ave., West Newton Jim, Certificate, Warren. ROBERT GEORGE MULLEN 31 Mountfort Rd., Newton Highlands Moon, Kayo, Academic I, Weeks, Committee of 91 . FRED MULLINEAUX 164 Carlton Rd., Wabanr Max, Academic I, Warren, Northeastern, Scholarship Roll, Lunchroom Squad. WILLIAM HENRY MULLINS Q96 California St., Nonantum- Business, Day, Social Studies Club. BARBARA MURPHY 198 River St., West Newton' Barbie, Bobbie, Academic l, Warren, Home Room Manager, 3, Scholarship. Roll, Q. Sixty-three DOROTHY HELEN MURPHY 255 Church St., Newton Dottie, Duche, Certiticate, Bigelow, Bates, A Band, Q, 3, 4, Swimming Club, 3, Personality Club, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, French Club, 3, 4, President 4, Honor Roll, Q, 3, 4. HELEN MURPHY 91 Crafts St., Newtonville Irish, Office Training, Day. JAMES ROBERT MURPHY 1,9 Fayette St., Newton Murph, Bob, Academic l, Bigelow, Boston College, Microphone Club, 3, 4, Hockey, 3, Legislature Alternate, 3, School Broadcasts, 3, 4. JOHN AMOS MURPHY, JR. 30 Alexander Rd., Newton Highlands Murph, Jack, Academic l, Weeks, Football, 9, Varsity Track, Q, 3, 4, Varsity Club, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad. JUNE LAURAL MURPHY 1144 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Office Training, Weeks: MARY AGNES MURPHY 329 Lexington St., Auburndale Mimie, Academic V, Day, Tennis, 9, 3, -Hockey, 3, Modern Dance, Basketball, 9. 'Sixty-four PAUL EDWARD MURPHY 30 Perkins St., West Newton Business, Williston Academy, North- eastern. RITA C. MURPHY 56 Dalby St., Newton Kit, Business, Day, Burdett, Tennis, Personality Club, Field Hockey. ROBERT GEORGE MURPHY 117 Edinboro St., Newtonville Bob, Murph, Business, Days WILLIAM LEO MURPHY, ll 77 Court St., Newtonville Bill, Willie, Business, Day: HERBERT CARL MUTHER, JR. 137 Norwood Ave., Newtonville Junie, Herb, Academic l, Day, Dart: mouth, Home Room Manager, Q, 4, Boys Chorus, 2, Social Studies Club, 3, Hockey, Junior Varsity, 2, Varsity, 3, 4, Varsity Club, Legislature Alternate, 3, Outdoor Track, 3. MARTHA E. MYRICH 186 Oliver Rd., Waban 9 Martie, Certificate, Clark's Summit High, Bates, Honor Roll, 3, Basketball, 3, 4, Badminton, 3, 4, Tennis, 2, Hockey, 3, Honorary Varsity 3, Swimming Club, 3, Outing Club, 3, Newtonite, 4, A Band, 9, Golf, 3, Dance Group, 9, Apparatus Work, 9. ANTOINETTE NARDONE Q35 Pearl St., Newton Ann, Annie, Academic, Bigelow, Sargent, Outing Club, 3, 4, President, 4, Soccer, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 3, 4, Hockey, Q, 3, 4, Honorary Varsity, 4, Captain, 4, Manager, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Captain, SZ, 4, Honorary Varsity, 3, Baseball, Q, La Crosse, Q, Badminton, 4, Tennis, SZ, Gym Meet, Q. ALMA NATHANSON 39 Old Colony Rd., Chestnut Hill Al, Nat, Certihcate, Weeks, Erskine, Alpha Beta, Q, Hockey, Q, 3, Soccer, Q, Basketball, 3, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Junior Forum Reception Committee, 4, Cavalry Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, 4, Newtonite, 3. JOHN R. NEVIN 'l'l Marshall St., Newton Centre Bob, Certiliicate, Ouincy High School, Spanish Club, 4, Cheer Leader, 4, Rally Committee, 4. PAUL FRANCIS NEWEY 937 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Business, Weeks, B Band, Q. EVELYN LOUISE NEWMAN 'IOQ6 Boylston St., Newton Highlands Ev, Evie, Certificate, Weeks, Lasell Junior College, French Club, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, 4, Legislature Alternate, 4, Personality Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4. ERMA NIGHTINGALE 136 Dickerman Rd., Newton Highlands Erm, Swede, Language, Weeks, Cornell, B Orchestra, Q, A Orchestra, Q, 3, 4, Newtonite Sports, 4, CODY, 4, News, 4, Newtonian Distribution, Q, 3, Sports, 4, Data, 4, Girls' Athletic Board, Secretary, 4, Math Club, 3, Outing Club, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, Aviation Club, 4, Girls Athletics, Q, 3, 4, Gym Demonstration, Q, 4, Senior Picture Committee, 4. LEONARD MORISS NODELL 'I37 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Lenny, Doc, Business, Day, Basketball, Q. JOHN F. NOLAN 54 Capital St., Newton Jack, Gus, Academic l, Bigelow, University of New Hampshire, Basketball Manager. AGNES LOUISE NOONAN 48 Gay St., Newtonville Aggie, Academic, Day, Forsyth School ol Dental Hygiene, Neophytes, English Club, 3, 4, Archery, Q, 3, 4, Tennis, 2, flgfloId3rn4Dance Group, 3, 4, Scholarship o , , . MARY ELIZABETH NOONE 7 Crown St., Auburndale Bette, Academic l, Warren, Leland Powers School of the Radio, Alpha Beta, Social Studies, 3, Microphone Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Girls' Chorus, 3, 4, Christmas Vespers, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, 4, Spanish Club, 4. JOSEPH KEITH NOYES 47 Cabot St., Newton J. K., Mathematics, Tower Hill School Wilmington, Del., Virginia Military ln-I stitute, Camera Club, Social Studies Club, Lunchroom Squad. HELEN OSBORNE 115 franklin St., Newton Ozzie, O7, Academic, Atlantic City High, Modern Dance Group, 3, Golf Club, 3, Swimming Club, 4, Legislature, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Tennis, 4. Sixty-Five JOHN CALDWELL OSGOOD 89 Ridge Rd., Waban Language, Warren, Harvard, Home Room Manager, 2, Legislature, 4, Tusitala, 3, 4, Chemistry Club, Secretary, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Lunchroom quad, 4, Scholarship Roll, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT OWENS 197 Grove St., Auburndale Bob, Rib, Language, Warren, Boston College, Home Room Manager, 2. JAMES PAGE 1022 Boylston St., Newton Highlands Jim, Academic lll, Bigelow, Art School. FILOMENA ELENA PALMIERI 523 Watertown St,, Newtonville Fifi, Phil, Academic ll, Day, Newton Hospital, English Club, 3, Knitting Club, 4, Home Economics Club, 4, Le Cercle Frangais, 4, Scholarship Roll, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Parents' Night, 4, Chorus, 3, 4, Christmas Vespers, 3, 4, Badminton Tournament, 4, Ping' Pong, 4, Mid-Winter Concert. NILDA PALOMBA 1322 Centre St., Newton Centre OFlice Training, Weeks, Hockey, Basketball, Baseball, Girls' Chorus. HUGH PAQUETTE 95 Norwood Ave., Newtonville Bud, Hughie, Business, Day, lntermediate Hockey, 2, 3, Stage Crew, 4, Football, Intermediate, 2, 3, Varsity, 4. Sixty-six X' mqbxx 'ii i X 'Q 9, 'fa EMILY J. PARILLO 30 Beecher Pl., Newton Centre Jit, Bubbles, Office Training, Weeks, Girls' Chorus, 2, 3, Personality Club, 4. JANE TIMMONS PARKER 25 Aberdeen St., Newton Highlands Tigger, Certificate, Weeks, Agricultural College, Alpha Beta, Le Cercle Frangais, 4, Archery, 3, Newtonite Literary, 3, Editorial, 4, Copy, 4, Committee of 91, Scholarship Roll, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4. PRISCILLA WEEKS PARKER 76 Garland Rd., Newton Centre Pussy, Academic l, Weeks, Colby Junior College, Second Vice-President Senior Class, Girls' Vice-President Asso- ciates, Home Room Manager, 4, Legisla- ture, 2, Alternate, 3, Orange Shield, 2, 3, 4, Neophytes, President, Drama Club, 3, 4, Executive Committee, 4, Girls' Chorus, Christmas Vespers, Council of Six, Scholarship Roll, 3, Civics Board, Chair- man Senior Prom, National Honor Society SAMUEL T. PARKS Hollis St., Sherborn, Mass. Sam, Certificate, Sherborn High, Junior College. ADOLPH PASSARINI 74 Cottage St., Newton Upper Falls Muzzi, Academic V, Weeks. GEORGE PATERSON 22 Bowers St., Newtonville Pat, Business, Day, Boston University, Football, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 4. ELAINE PATTERSON . 109 Adena Rd., West Newton 'W' Pat, Nancy, Academic I, Warren, West- brook Junior College, Girls' Chorus, 3, Christmas Vespers, 3. MARIGOULD PAUL 1650 Washington St., West Newton M.G., Language, Warren, Antioch, Library Club, 3, Verse-Speaking Choir, 3, 4, Glee Club, 4, Newtonian, 3, 4, Modern Dance Club, Q, 3, 4, "Evening of the Dance," 3, Legislature, 4, German Club, Q, 3, Girls' Chorus, 9, Christmas Vespers, Q, 4, Property Committee, Senior Play, 4, Gym Meet, 4, "I I-lear America Singing," 4. BARBARA PEABODY 850 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Barbie, Language, Weeks, Smith, Class Secretary, 4, Senior Executive Committee, Newtonian, 3, Assistant Editor, 4, Orange Shield, 9, 3, 4, Council of Six, 3, Chair- man Girls' Athletic Board, 4, I-Iome Room Manager, Q, 3, 4, Tennis Team, Q, 3, 4, Alpha Beta, 9, English Club, 3, 4. ARTHUR MITCHEL PEARSON 902 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Tubby, Academic I, Weeks. EMILY LORETTA PERA Q0 Melbourne Ave., Newtonville Emy, Office Training, Day, Chorus, 9, 3, Personality Club, President, 4. ROBERT STEWART PERKINS Q3 Kilburn Rd., West Newton Bob, Perlcy, Academic I, Weston High, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, Motion Picture Squad, 3, 4, Co-captain, 3. ELEANOR DAY PERRY Q0 Clark Rd., West Newton Sug, Elie, Academic, Warren, Bryant and Stratton, Gym Meet, Q, Modern Dancing, 9, 3, Scholarship Roll, Q, Chorus, Q, Glee Club, 3, 4, Camera Club, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, Badminton, 9, "Birthday of lnfanta," 3, National I-lonor Society, 4. IVY BERYL FULLER PERRY 3'l Emerson St., Newton Wink, Office Training, Bigelow, Katharine Gibbs, Lunchroom Squad, Field I-lockey. CLARA MARGARET PESCOSOLIDO Q0 Broadway Ter., Newtonville Pesky, Certificate, Day, Framingham Normal School, Alpha Beta, French Club, Publicity Committee, 4, Outing Club, 4, Basketball, Q, 4, Baseball, Q, 4, Tennis Tournament, Q, Field Hockey Team, Q, 4, Bowling, 4. CAROLYN CLARK PETERSON 553 California St., Newtonville Petey, Peter, Language, Day, Bates, Neophytes, English Club, 3, 4, Chairman Verse Contest Committee, 4, Newtonite, 3, 4, Library Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Personality Club, 3, Drama Club Play, Publicity Committee, 4, Glee Club, 4, Verse-Speaking Choir, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4. ELIZABETH PETERSON 3 Fair Oaks Ave., Newtonville Betty, Pete, Academic I, Day, Boston University, German Club Q, Golf, 2, Modern Dance, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, 'Evening of the Dance," 3, Costume Committee Drama Club Play, 4. ROBERT W. PHILLIPS, JR. 1791 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale The Baron, Freckles, Mathematics, Warren, Technical School, Spanish Club, 9, Gym Exhibition, 9, Motion Picture Squad, 4. Sixty-seven VIVIAN RUTH PHILLIPS 'l'l Morse St., Newtonville Vi, Viv, Certificate, Day, Cornell, Cavalry Club, Q, 3, Secretary, 4, English Club, 3, Knitting Club, Treasurer, 4, Archery, Q, 3, 4, Legislature Alternate, 3, Publicity Committee Senior Play, 4. MICH AEL PIANTEDOSI 97 Coolc St., Nonantum Vince, DiMag, Business, Day. .IOSEPHINE MARGARET PICARIELLO 30 Upham St., West Newton Jo, Pic, Office Training, Warren. CHARLES JOHN PIERCE 2 Highland Ter., Newtonville Charlie, Scratch, Business, Day, Bentley, Scholarship Roll, 2, 3, 4, Orange Shield, Q, 4, Baseball, Q, National Honor Society, 4. GEORGE GILBERT PIERCE 37 Radclitf Rd., Waban Bowdy, Bow, Certificate, Weeks, Amherst, Camera Club, Q, Scholarship Roll, 3, Senior Picture Committee, 3. DANIEL E. PISELLI 26 Lenglen Rd., Newtonville Office Training, Day, Northeastern, Track, Baseball, Golf. Sixty-eight HAROLD WILLIAM PORTER 31 Paul St., Newton Centre Buddy, Business, School of Our Lady. JACK JOSEPH POSNER 108 Adena Rd., West Newton Abe, Abner, Academic l, Warren, Boston University, Junior Varsity Base- ball, 'l, Intermediate Football, Intermediate Hockey. HELEN MONTAGUE POWERS Q5 Farlow Rd., Newton Nell, Language, Bigelow, Wheaton, Cavalry Club, Q, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4, French Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Newtonite, Literary Page, National Honor Society, 4. MARIO JOSEPH POZZI 'IQ6 Carlisle St., Newton Centre Mud, Poz, Business, Weeks, Junior Var- sity Football, Q, Intermediate Baseball, Q, Varsity Baseball, 3. MARY PRESCOTT 'I6 Cross St., West Newton Otfice Training, Warren, Commercial Club, 2, 3, Knitting Club, 4, Orange Shield, Q, 3, 4. WILLIAM PRESCOTT Q78 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands Bill, George, Academic, Weeks, Massachusetts Nautical School, Math Club, Q, 3. BARBARA PRESTON SO Matacamet St., Waban Barb, Barbie, Academic l, Warren, Colby Junior, Legislature, 3, Girls' Chorus, 3, Cavalry Club, 2. DURHAM THOMAS PRIESTLEY 9 Jaflrey Cir., Waban Pete, Windy, Academic l, Warren, Lunchroom Squad, Q, 4, Aviation Club, 3, 4, Camera Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, 4, Varsity Ski Team, 3, 4, Com- mittee of 91. HELEN ANN PROIA 57 Adams St., Newtonville Office Training, Day, Miss Faye's gusiness School, Girls' Chorus, Office uty. FLORENCE ELEANOR PURDY 15 Beach St., Newtonville Flo, Flonnie, Office Training, Day, Commercial Club, Q, Archery, Q, 3, Gym Meet, Q, Personality Club, 3, Knitting Club, 4, Orange Shield, 9, 3, 4, Golf, 3, Ping-Pong, Q. DOROTHY MARIE QUI NN 50 Brooks Ave., Newtonville Oueenie, Dottie, Academic I, Day, Business School, Home Room Manager, 3, Home Economics Club, 4, Personality Club, 4, Girls' Chorus, 4. CONSTANCE MURIEL OUINT 64 Ridge Ave., Newton Centre C. O., Conny, Academic l, Weeks, Colby Junior, Neophytes, Q, Home Room Manager, SZ, Assistant, 4, Sophomore Play, Field l-lockey, 3, Drama Club, 3, Art Club, Treasurer, 3, Modern Dance, 3, Legislature, 3, Alternate, 4, Senior Picture Committee, Christmas Decorations, National I-lonor Society, 4. fu 'W A -uv- Ar- fsfgf QF' Y Qw- C ELEANOR RAITTO 15 Temple St., West Newton Elly, Academic, Worcester Commerce, Conservatory of Music, Music Club, Program Committee. WILLIAM ALLAN RANGNOW 44 l-larvard St., Newtonville Bill, Certificate, Nathan Bishop Jr. l-ligh, Providence, R. l,, Legislature, Q, 3, 4, Orange Shield, Q, 3, 4, Committee of Six, 3, 4, Alpha Beta, German Club, 3, Math Club, 3, Varsity Club, 4, Football, Junior Varsity, Q, Varsity, 3, 4, Seconds Basketball, Q, lndoor Track, 3, 4, Outdoor Track, 4, National l-lonor Society, 4. WALTER RAVINSKI Q3 Keele Ave., Newton Upper Falls Sonny, Business, Weeks, Baseball, Q, 3, 4. EDWARD P. RAWSON QQ Marlboro St., Newton Ed, Eddie, Academic l, Bigelow, Tilton Junior College, Hockey Manager, Q. MARIE THERESE REARDON 34 Beacon St., Chestnut Hill Rese, Terry, Language, Weeks, Wellesley, Alpha Beta, Q, Field Hockey, Q, 3. ALBERT SAWYER REED B8 Central St., Auburndalrz Bud, Crash, Certilicate, Warren, Spring,- lield, lndoor Track, 3, 4, Outdoor Track, 3, 4, Ollicrf, 4, lunchroom, 4, Gym l xhibition, 9. Sixty-nine WILLIAM WEBBER REED Q8 Eliot Ave., West Newton Bill, Business, Day, Social Studies Club, 3. PATRICIA REGAN 923 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Pat, Office Training, Weeks, Burdett, Social Studies Club, 3, Knitting Club, 4, Senior Play Candy Committee, 4, Legis- lature Alternate, 3, Committee of 91, 4. VERONICA LOUISE REGAN 55 Brooks Ave., Newtonville Vera, Ronnie, Academic, Our Lady's High, Burdett, Personality Club, 4, Home Economics Club, Vice-President, Chorus, 3, 4, Scholarship Poll, 3. MILDRED JANE RICH 'I37 Waverley Ave., Newton Certificate, Bigelow, Wheelock, French Club, 3, Personality Club, 3, 4, Art Club, 3, 4. KATHLEEN RING Q4 Wyoming Rd., Newtonville Kay, Office Training, Elmira Academy, Business College, Personality Club, Bowl- ing Club. SHIRLEY GRACE G. ROBBLEE 1492 Washington St., West Newton Ci. G., Office Training, Warren, Chorus, 4, Personality Club, 4, Chairman Tea Committee, Basketball, Q. Seventy M IJ-1' Qi my Q 'Wi Q' .WV A 7" i i i fir ,,,,. -ol xx 1-'M' GTS, .xg . f A U A sy .1. ' 4 , ,.,. . Q . . 353 . -CV' 'i 93 f, ee-. L.-. ,,,t il 'fe 3 ALBERT ROBERTSON 'IO Oakland Ave., Auburndale Al, Academic IV, Warren, North- western, Glee Club, Q, 3, 4, Boys' Chorus, Q, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, Vice-President, Music Club, 3, Drama Club Play, 3. DANA I. ROBINSON 'I44 Hancock St., Auburndale Certificate, North China American School, Colby College, German Club, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4, Varsity Club, 3, 4, Legislature Alternate, 4, Social Room Committee, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 3, 4, Junior Forum, 3, 4, Chairman, 4, Newtonite, 3, 4, Track Team, 4, Manager, Q, 3, Tennis Team Manager, Q, 3, 4, Camera Club, Q. ELIZABETH ROBINSON 'I36 Hancock St., Auburndale Leeby, Certificate, North China American School, Wheaton, Swimming Club, 4, Newtonite, Literary Staff, 4. JAMES A. ROCHE 326 Cherry St., West Newton Tubby, Academic V, Warren PRISCILLA RODGERS 'I7 Weldon Rd., Newton Pris, Pussy, Academic I, Bigelow, Ohio State University, Music Club, 4, Archery, 3, 4, Basketball, 4, Ping-Pong, Q. LILLIAN MATTHES ROGERS 367 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Lili, Lydia, Certificate, Day, Simmons, English Club, 3, 4, Personality Club, 3, 4, CHARLOTTE CH APIN ROOT 'l'l Halcyon Rd., Newton Centre Charl, Cube, Academic l, Weeks, Junior College, Alpha Beta, Q, Home Room Manager, 2, English Club, 3, Legislature, 4. HERBERT H WARD ROSENBERG O 14 Mandalay Rd., Newton Centre Herb, Rosey, Language, Weeks, Yale, Neophytes, Play, Q, Camera Club, 9, 3, Alpha Beta, Outdoor Track, Manager, Q, Newtonite, Assistant Business Manager, Q, 3, Cheer Leader, 3, Head, 4, Drama Club, Executive Board, 3, Play, 3, President, 4, Usher, 4, Senior Play, 4. ROBERT H. ROTTENBERG 340 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Bob, Slcippey, Academic l, Weeks, Camera Club, Social Studies Club. JOHN FREDERICK ROWE 38 Winchester Rd., Newton Fred, Business, St. Mary's High, Wal- tham. MARJORIE JACQUELINE RUSH 9 Curve St., West Newton Midge, Academic, Warren. GEORGE RYAN 133 Oakleigh St., Newton Certificate, Bigelow, University of North Carolina, Alpha Beta, Scholarship Roll 2, Tennis Tournament, 2, 3, Social Studies Club, Executive Committee, 4. My "5" f 3 0' ARTHUR THOMAS SADLER 62 Charles St., Auburndale Bud, Business, Warren, Business Manager of Newtonite, 4, Cavalry Club, 4, Avia- tion Club, 4. RUTH OLLIER SADLER 254 Watertown St., Newton Ruthie, Rufus, Ol'Fice Training, Day, University of California, Personality Club, 4, Bowling Club. FRANK JOSEPH SALVUCCI 'IQ Murphy Ct., Nonantum Chichi, Sal, Academic V, Day, Bemis Academy. RUTH LOUISE SAMPSON 7 Clark Ter., Newtonville Redslcie, Academic, Day, Home Economics Club, 4. GLORIA EVELYN SAMUDA 3 Beacon Pl., Newton Centre Butch, Glo, Academic, St. Francis Academy Baltimore, Howard University, Knitting Club, Cavalry Club. ROSLYN LOTS SANTER 18 Crosby Rd., Chestnut Hill Roz, Rozie, Language, Weeks, Art School, Neophytes, Alpha Beta, Drama Club, 3, 4, Junior Forum, 3, 4, Drama Club Play, Candy Committee, 3, 4, Lunchroom Squad, Verse4Speaking Choir, 4. Seventyrone ALICE SARAFIAN 965 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Academic 1, Weeks, Monticello, Alpha Beta, Q, Neophytes, Q, English Club, 3, 4, Program Committee, 3, Debating Club, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 3, Newtonite, Q, 3, 4, Copy Editor, 4, Features, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4, Junior Forum, Publicity Committee, 3, 4, Archery, Q, 3, National l-lonor Society, 4. ESTHER SAXE Q1 lvanhoe St., Newton Certificate, Weeks, Edgewood Park, Alpha Beta, Drama Club Workshop, Scholarship Roll. LEONARD ROBERT SCHIAVONE Q8 Keele Ave., Newton Upper Falls Lenny, Ski, Business, Weeks, Boston University, National l-lonor Society, 3, 4,Scholarship Roll, Q, 3. THOMAS SCHROEDER '16 Caroline Pk., Waban Gunner, Matherratics, Lincoln l-ligh, Portland, Ore., West Point, Cavalry Club. IRVING LEON SCHWARZ 7'l Kenilworth St., Newton Lee, Willy, Mathematics, Bigelow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Glee Club, Q, Pageant, Q, Alpha Beta, Cheer Leader, 4, Rally Committee, 4, Senior Play, 4, Christmas Play, 4, Drama Club Play, 4, Business Committee, Scholar- ship Roll, 4, Camera Club, Q, Math Club, Q. HARRY B. SCOTT QOO4 Beacon St., Waban Scotty, Certificate, Teaneck, Teaneck, N. J., College of Business Administration. Seventy-two 'li' i . , . f A fx, 'ig 3, wi ,l ' ' if , 5, -f' f f ffl Q ,. ,- "" V 'Z --W-'i - if: ' r. tw-,ef-, I ELINOR JOAN SCULLY Q9 Walter St., Newton Centre Ellie, El, Office Training, Weeks, Alpha Beta, Archery, Q, Tennis, Q, Com- mercial Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, Bowling, 4. EVELYN BERNICE SELIBER 30 Burr Rd., Newton Centre Evie, Kitten, Certificate, Weeks, West- brook, English Club, 3, Swimming Club, 3, Drama Club Workshop, 3, 4, Drama Club Play Committee, 4, Baseball, Q, 3, Bad' Eiinton, Q, 3, 4, l-lockey, Q, Scholarship o ,4. FLORENCE AN N SEMENTELLI 6 Bemis Rd, Newtonville Flo, Office Training, Day, Mixed Chorus. BARBARA SEYMOUR 8 Manitoba Rd., Waban Barb, Boo Boo, Certificate, Glenbard, Glen Ellyn, lll., Stoneleigh, Drama Club Workshop, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, Senior -IPlay, Properties Committee, 4, Basketball eam. ALICE CLAIRE SHAFFER 510 Centre St., Newton Al, Certificate, Westboro l-ligh, Michi- gan State, Soccer, Q, 3, Field l-lockey, Q, 3, Swimming Club, 3, Outing Club, 3. EDITH LILLIAN SHAPERO 56 Cotton St., Newton Dotty, Language, Weeks, Wellesley, Alpha Beta, Q, Archery, Q, 3, 4, Camera Club, Q, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, English Club, 3, 4, National l-lonor Society, 3, 4i Reception Committee, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, Gym Meet, Q. SHIRLEY SHAPIRO 55 Clements Rd., Newton Shirl, Certificate, Weeks, Boston Univer- sity Music School, GEORGE WILLIAM SHERIDAN 61 Page Rd., Newtonville G, Sherry, Academic, Waltham High, Massachusetts School of Art, Orange Book, 3, Art Club, 3, Vice-President, 4, Drama Club Play, 4, Senior Play, Lunch- room Squad, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Legislature, 4, Art Editor, Newtonian, Social4 Room Host, Scholarship Roll, 9, 3, . ELIZABETH KANSKA SHERMAN 8 Central Ave., Newtonville Biffy, Language, Day, Wheaton, Library Club, 3, 4, Personality Club, 3, English Club, 3, 4, Orchestra, Q, 3, Home Room Manager, 4, Sophomore Prize Reading, Q, Newtonite, Literary Editor, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4. .IUSTI NE SHERWOOD 38 Daniel St., Newton Centre Time, Certificate, Weeks, Bates, Alpha Beta, Q, Library Club, 4, English Club, 4, Tennis, Newtonite, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4. BETTY LOUISE SHORT 35 Kingswood Rd., Auburndale Shorty, Bets, Academic, Radnor High, Junior College. LAURA SIBLEY 59 Puritan Rd., Newton Highlands Tinlc, Academic, Mamaroneck High, N. Y., Simmons. MARJORIE RACHELLE SIFF 17 Holland St., Newton Debie, Sophisticate, Language, Day, George Washington University, A Band, Q, 3, 4, Badminton, 3, 4, Tennis, Q, Cavalry Club, 3, 4. THOMAS SILLIKER 191 Oakleigh Rd., Newton Academic l, Bigelow, Bentley's School of Accounting, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4. CLAIRE SILVA 7 Briar Lane, Newtonville Academic, Day, Chandler Secretarial School, Chorus, 3, Alpha Beta, Knitting Club, 3, Scholarship Roll, Q. RICHARD SILVERMAN 78 Waban Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill Dick, Certificate, Weeks, Brown, Alpha Beta, Camera Club, 3, Committee of 91, 4, English Club, 4, Newtonite, 3. LETHA SIMMONS 743 Chestnut St., Waban Lee, Leet, Certificate, Warren, Simmons, A Orchestra, Q, Knitting Club, 4, Scholar- ship Roll, Q. CHESTER THOMAS SIMS 1361 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Chet, Certificate, Weeks, Northeastern, Fnglish Club, 4, Varsity Baseball Manager, 52, 3, 4, Track Team, 4, Lunchroom Squad, 4, National Honor Society, 4. Seventy-three JOHN SIRCOM 1603 Centre St., Newton Highlands Jackson, Academic I, Weeks, Boston University Music School, Band, Q, 3, 4, Orchestra, Q, 3, 4. ELEANOR ALIDA siREs ' 32 Charles St., Auburndale El, Academic V, Warren, Girls' Chorus, 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4. ELINOR FRANCES SKAUEN 15 Maple Ter., Newton Elli, Flash, Office Training, Bigelow. CHARLES VanARSDALE SKINNER ' 37 Walden St., Newtonville Charlie, Mathematics, Day, Massachu- setts Institute of Technologvi Aviation Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, Home Room Manager, 3, Newtonite, 4, Assistant Home Room Manager, 9, Senior Class Picture Committee, 4, Drama Club Play, Publicity Committee, 4. GORDON WHITTIER SLEEPER 716 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Sleep, Certificate, River School, Brook- line, University of New Hampshire, Legislature Alternate, 4. MARY ALLEN SLEEPER 41 Washington St., Newton Centre Kiki, Sleepy, Academic Ill, Metbuen lgligh School, Pratt Institute, Knitting Club, Seventy-four -v-u0Q .,.--qv HAROLD WALTER SMALL 19 Brentwood Ave., Newton Centre Harley, Music, Academic, Mechanic Arts, New England Conservatory, Music Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, 4. CHARLOTTE SMITH Q74 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Academic I, Warren, Chandler Secre- tarial, German Club, Q, 3, Newtonite, Q, Newtonian, 9, Knitting Club, 4, Senior Play Committee, Chairman of goztume Committee, 4, Scholarship Roll, RICHARD HARBERT SMITH, JR. Q81 Park St., Newton Harb, Dick, Mathematics, Bigelow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, National Honor Society, 4. STANLEY LESTER SMITH 341 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Lester, Smitty, Academic I, Day, North- eastern, Aviation Club, 2, 3, 4, Math Club, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4. NORMA HAYES SOLOMON 1878 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Normie, Sol, Certificate, Warren, Lasell, Alpha Beta, Gym Meet, Chorus, 9, 3, Swimming Club, French Club, Bowling Club, Christmas Vespers, SZ, 3. FRANK PAUL SONSINI 142 Jackson St., Newton Centre Buck, Doc, Business, Weeks, Boston University, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4, Com- mittee of 91, 4, Home Room Manager, 9, 3. LESLIE HALL SPAULDING 67 Bowers St., Newtonville Les, Academic l, Day, Naval Air Ser- vice, Football, 2, 3, Track, 2, Motion Picture Squad, 3, Aviation Club, Q. CAROLYN SPENCE 3 Elmwood Plc., Newtonville Cal, Blondie, Academic I, Day, Wheelock, English Club, 3, Alpha Beta, Band, SZ, 3, Scholarship Roll, 4, Gym Meet, Q, Drama Club, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Junior Forum, 4, Assistant Legislature, 4, Candy Committee Drama Club Play, 4, Christmas Play, 4. RICHARD J. SPETTEL 'l5'l Woodcliff Rd., Newton Highlands Dick, Certificate, Weeks, Bates, Alpha Beta, Assistant Track Manager, Q, Alter- nate to Legislature, Q, Camera Club, 3, Social Studies, 4, Home Room Manager, 3, Newtonite, Q. WILLIAM ANDREW SPIERS 'l5 Nonantum St., Newton Bill, Hank, Bigelow, Boston University, Home Room Manager, 9, Junior Varsity Baseball, Q, Legislature, Q, Scholarship Roll, 3, Intermediate Hockey 3, Lunchroom Squad, 3, GLADYS MARGARET SPRINGER Q3 High St., Newton Upper Falls Glady, Office Training, Weeks, Com- mercial Club, 9, 3, Knitting Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3. ELEANOR LOUISE SPRINGHAM Q0 Summer SL, Newton Upper Falls Ellie, Speed, Office Training, Weeks, Commercial Club, Q, 3, Personality Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3. Masq., 19? WMA- AW Asha Q o 'iii-Q me ia.. , 0,49 --names 'P N fl at I ,ca 5-"' of f . . Y "4" 3 ,X .,,,, ,AQ A ,4 arg -54 I 'ff' 7., , x 36. '63-463 sf YEL" CALVERT WINSTON STANLEY 'IS Chilton Pl., Newton Upper Falls Business, Weeks. ROSAMOND FOWLER STANWOOD 356 Woodward St., Waban Ros, Rozzie, Certificate, Weeks, Katharine Gibbs, Archery, 9, 3, Ping- Pong, 3, Bowling, 4, Camera Club, 2, Cavalry Club, 3, 4, Hostess, 4, French Club, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4, Newtonite 2taITf,Q3,44, Knitting Club, 4, Scholarship o , , . JASON EDWARD STARR 142 Hobart Rd., Chestnut Hil Adjacent, Jay, Certificate, Boston Latin School, Brown, Senior Play Committee, Drama Club Committee, Senior Prom Usher, Senior Night Committee, Baseball. JOSEPH LEO STEFANIAK 85 Park St., Newton Joe, Language, Bigelow, Boston Univer- sity, Debating Club, Alpha Gamma Tau, 4, Home Room Manager, Scholarship Roll, 3. HOWARD STEINBERG 434 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Howie, Steinie, Certificate, Flushing High School, Flushing, L. I., Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, Stage Crew. HARRIET SMITH STETSON 59 Washington Pk., Newtonville Stvt, Academic, Day, Lasell Junior College, Swimming Club, 3, Modern Dance, 3, 4, Personality Club, 4, Knitting Club, 4, 'ALvening of the Dance," 3, GYm Meet, 4. Seventy-five HAZEL MARJORIE STEVENS 39 Charles St., Auburndale Academic, Warren, Hospital, Music Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, Knitting Club, 4. GRACE ELIZABETH STEWART '19 Auburn St., West Newton Otfice Training, Warren. DONALD BLAKE STILLMAN 4'l Central Ave., Newtonville Stilly, Don, Certificate, Day, Middlebury, Math Club, 3, 4, Aviation Club, 4, Newtonite, 2, Motion Picture Squad, Q, 3, Track, 4, Senior Play Committee, Boys' Chorus, 3, Boys' Gym Meet, 9, Scholarship Roll, Q, 4, National Honor Society, 4. MARY JANE STIMIS 33 Risley Rd., West Newton Red, Carrot Top, Academic l, Warren, Edgewood Park, Chorus. MASON LEWIS SUDHALTER 4 Annapolis Rd., West Newton Suds, Business, Warren, Business School, Baseball, Q, 3, Basketball, 9, 3, CATHERINE ANNA SULLIVAN Q4 Wade St., Newton Highlands Cathy, Olllice Training, Weeks. Seventy-si-4 .fob-I 'Z-, --in its is DANIEL HUMPHREY SULLIVAN, JR. 89 Waltham St., West Newton Dan, Sully, Academic l, Warren, Boston University, Camera Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, 9, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4. BARBARA LOUISE SULZEN 5 Peabody St., Newton Barby, Academic I, Bigelow, Archery, 9, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4. KARL WHITMAN SWITZER 72 Agawam Rd., Waban Whit, Mel, Certificate, Warren, Bow- doin, Baseball, Junior Varsity, Q, Inter- mediate, 3, Hockey, Intermediate, 3. ELEANOR RUTH SZATHMARY 139 Warren St., Newton Centre El, Ellie, Academic I, Weeks, Junior College, Neophytes, Q, Spanish Club, Treasurer, 3, Secretary, 4, Microphone Club, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3. PHILIP JAMES SZYLKONIS, JR. 'IO51 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Zeke, Phil, Academic, Weeks, Holy Cross, Baseball, 9, Junior Varsity, Basket- ball, SZ, 3, Intermediates, Scholarship Roll, 9, 4. HANNA MARION TARDIVEL 59 Maple St., Auburndale Academic l, Warren, Colby Junior College, Assembly Usher, 2, Drama Club, 4, Play, 4, Legislature, 4, Newtonian Representative, 3, Personality Club, 3, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4. ELEANOR TASHJIAN 37 Playstead Rd,, Newton Elly, Language, Bieglow, Radcliffe, Math Club, 3, 4, Drama Club Workshop, 3, Aviation Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4, ALFRED RICHARD TAYLOR 3'l Berkshire Rd., Newtonville Al, Tay, Certiticate, Day, Michigan. KATHERINE MARIE TAYLOR 8 Weir St., Auburndale Kay, Academic l, Warren. JOSEPH J. TEDESCHI Q70 Pearl St., Nonantum Business, Day. PHILIP EUGENE TESCHNER 37 Thaxter Rd., Newtonville Phil, Eugene, Mathematics, Day, En- gineering School, First Vice-President Senior Class, Orange Shield, Q, 3, 4, Varsity Football, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Senior Executive Coun- cil, Athletic Board, Varsity Club, 3, 4, Alpha Beta, Newtonian, 3, 4, Legislature, 3, Home Room Manager, 4, Outdoor Track, 3, National Honor Society, 4. PHILIP HAMILTON THAYER 7'l Avalon Pd., Waban Phil, Mathematics, Weeks, Harvard, Ski Team, 4, Social Studies Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3. Ml a ,. Y ' Q ,ss,.q9 W 3 . g t V,-, M it iw: 45 f, NW .2 s W' Q, st f Sv! . f , ,jf 1 , , 'f we s 1 1 A, 52' 'I f , , xy ,f f - ' R' 'O' -naar ttl 06" 1 gi! DONALD STERLING THOMAS 1624 Centre St., Newton Highlands Don, Bork, Business, Weeks, Boston University, Aviation Club, 3, 4, Camera Club, 3, Social Studies Club, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3, 4, Committee of 91, 4, Senior Executive Council, 4, Drama Club Usher, 4, Senior Play Costume Com- mittee, 4, Senior Prom Committee, 4, Senior Night Committee, National Honor Society, 4. SIDNEY BENJAMIN THOMAS, II 948 Mt. Vernon St., West Newton Sid, Academic, Warren, Pratt Institute, Home Room Manager, Q, Usher Senior Play, Usher Drama Club Play, Social Studies Club, 3, Football, 9, 3, Basketball, Q, 3, Baseball, 4, Track, 4, Outdoor Track, 3, Newtonite Sports, 4. VICTORIA THOMAS '15 Sargent Pk, Newton Vivi, Academic l, Bigelow, French Club, 4, Golf, 3, Archery, 3. EDWARD FRANCIS THOMPSON '18 Cheney Ct., Newton Upper Falls Whizzer, Jitterbug, Business, Newton Trade School, Business School, Track, Q. JACQUELINE E. THOMPSON 3 Mullen Ct., Newton Highlands Jackie, Jay, Academic, Weeks, Home Economics Club, Q, Costume Committee, Verse-Speaking Choir, 3. WILLIAM PEREGRINE THOMPSON B3 Commonwealth Pk., Newton Centre Bill, Willie, Certificate, Day, Wesleyan, Football Manager, SZ, Home Room Manager, 3, Altvrnate Legislature, 3, 4, Camera Club, 9, Math Club, 3, Debating Club, 4, Newtonite, Q, 3, l,ditor in Chief, 4, Usher Senior Play, 4, llsher Drama Club Play, 4, Ski Club, 4, Scholar- shin Roll, Q, Publications Board, 4, Newtonite Award, 4, Newtonian Staff, 4. Seventy-seven THADA THORNTON 7 Fuller Ter., West Newton Teddy, Language, Day, Smith, Neophytes, Drama Club, 3, 4, Drama Club Play, 4, Senior Play, Glee Club, SZ, 3, 4, Gym Meet, 2, Christmas Box, 3, 4'Trial By Jury," 3, Library Club, 3, 4, English Club, 3, 4, Vice'President, 4, Newtonite, 3, 4, National l-lonor Society, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, Q, 3, 4, Verse-Speaking Choir, 4, Girls' Chorus, 3. JEANNE-ANNE THUMIM 54 Oxford St., Winchester Thumb, Language, House ln The Pines, Smith, English Club, 4, Drama Club Play, 4, Cavalry Club, 4. HELEN EVELYN TILL 17 Eden Aye., West Newton Tilly, Academic l, Warren, University of Iowa, Alpha Beta, Tennis, 9, 4. WALTER TOBIN I 163 Jackson Rd., Newton Toby, Business, Our Lady's, Oxford School of Business, Boys' Chorus. ANNIE VERONICA TOCCI 18 West St., Newton Office Training, Day. ANDREANA T. TORNABENE 379 Langeley Rd., Newton Centre Nin, Ninny, Office Training, Weeks, Commercial Club, 4, Lunchroom Com- mittee, 4, Personality Club, 4. Seventy-eight Rm ff C3-zfwzf igti gs, 3 it... ,V ,,,, , , , 'Sw S i fx K X f , vhs 5 . .sa . , . i , Ihr --we 'F i -.Mn '-were 4 -,,. T , 9 K ' VV .f K 111.94-Y 4 '1 W"-1' ,A . . V. 1. MQ, , ,M ,f , 'Me ,gli , RICHARD LEIGH TOWER 50 Paul St., Newton Centre Dick, Mathematics, Weeks, New Hamp- shire State, Alternate Legislature, 2, 3, Alpha Beta, SZ, Math Club, 3, 4, lndoor, Outdoor Track, 4, Scholarship Roll, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4. JOHN BURNETT TOWNSEND 181 Nehoiden Rd., Waban Chop, Certificate, Warren, Williams, Home Room Manager, 2, Legislature, 2, 3, 4, Ski Team, 4, Social Studies Club, Vice-President, Newtonian, Usher, Scholarship Roll, 9, 3. AGNES TRACY 136 Jewett St., Newton Office Training, Bigelow, Chorus, 4. FINLAY TRACY 107 Hawthorne Ave., Auburndale Fin, Academic l, Warren, Northeastern? Senior Play Business Committee, Math Club, Scholarship Roll, 3. NANCY TRAINER 74 Windsor Rd., Waban Nan, Choo-Choo, Certificate, Miss Allen's School, University of Arizona, Music Club, 4. SHIRLEY TUCKER 61 Westbourne Rd., Newton Centre Shirl, Tuck, Academic l, Weeks, Edge- wood Park, Alpha Beta, English, 3, Knitting, 3, Bowling Team, 4, Ping-Pong, 3, Cavalry, Q. PATRICIA BARBARA TURCHON 59 Wachusett Rd., Chestnut Hill Pat, Patty, Certificate, Bigelow, Connecicut College for Women, Legis- lature, Q, 4, Alpha Beta, Varsity Tennis, Q, 3, 4, Scholarship Roll, 4, Senior Play Candy Committee, Christmas Basket Committee, 4. BERNARD UDIN 6'l Wildwood Ave., Newtonville Bernie, Mathematics, Day, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Chemistry Club, 3, Debating Club, 9, 4, Football Manager, 2, Assistant Home Room Manager, 3, Social Studies Club, 4, Scholarship Roll, 3. BARBARA HARRIET ULIN 400 Ward St., Newton Centre Barb, Babs, Academic l, Weeks, Malkin Conservatory, Chorus accompanist, Mid- Winter Concert, 3, 4, Music Club, 4. CHARLOTTE VAIL 69 Trowbridge Ave., Newtonville Char, Academic I, Hillsdale School, Gar- land Junior College, Knitting Club,4, Drama Club Workshop, 4, Modern Dance, 4. DONALD COLLETT Van ROOSEN 44 Grafton St., Newton Centre Van, Dinah, Language, Weeks, Harvard, Neophytes, Home Room Manager, 3, Newtonite, 2, 3, 4 Sports Editor, 4, Prize Speaking, Q, German Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Debating Club, 3, 4, Treas- urer, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4, Play, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Orange Book, Editor, 3, Senior Play Committee, Newtonian Ad- vertisingManager,Scholarship Roll, 4, Pub lications Board, 4, Newtonite Award, 4. VICTORIA VENUTO 133 Pine St., Auburndale Vicky, Office Training, Warren, Chorus, 4, Outdoor Sports, Q. ANN IDA VESPA 31 Maplewood Ave., Newton Centre Butch, Vespie, Office Training, Weeks, Orange Book Staff, 3, Scholarship Roll, Q, Personality Club, 4, Home Economics Club, 4, Secretary, 4. OUINTIN VESPA 'l'l Maplewood Ave., Newton Centre Oueenie, Business, Weeks. PRISCILLA VIOLI 34 Roundwood Rd., Newton Highlands Pussy, Academic l, Bigelow, Spring- field Hospital, Orange Shield, Q, 3, 4. ELENA M. VISCO Q58 Nevada St., Newtonville Office Training, Day, Drama Club Work- shop, 4. HAROLD CLYDE VLASS Q00 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Red, Business, Weeks, Football Manager, 3, Boys' Chorus, 9, 3, 4, Outdoor Track, 3. PHILIP A. WALDMAN Q3 Rotherwood Rd., Newton Centre Phil Virgil, Certificate, Dorchester High for Boys, Wharton. Seventy-nine ROBERT WALKER M' 199 Bellevue St., Newton " " Bob,d Rabbiti' Pllcademgc ll, Bigesow, Q y , l terme iate oc ey, , nterme iate Q , Bnaseball, Q. A h R Q' ' ' ,X g fz A - . 35 - ll, We ' -'5""""' isigix V A : e NSS' 'as MARGUERITE WALSH 190 Tremont St., Newton Marga, Office Training, Brighton High, Business College. 'W' ALBERT WARNER 17:5 56 Cypress St., Newton Centre ' ' Pop, Al, Academic, Weelcs, Honor 5 Roll, 9. l J i ,am us.. an --U ROBERT JOHN WARNER 11 Pleasant St., West Newton Bob, Academic, Warren, Northeastern, I Stage Crew, 3, 4, Movie Crew, 3, 4. ' JOSEPH WATERMAN " , 36 Burrage Rd., Newton Centre Joe, Certilicate, Weeks, Vermont, Junior Varsity, Q, Intermediate, 3, Varsity , Football Manager, 4, Business Committee, ' Senior Play, English Club, 4. Q " y , 16. TN? fqgn-.- --ui . SJ 4 f' y 1 ?t'?J'-A A ga E W Q I. 3 ... 5 ees ' it l. W W vu? if 'sf 'fig -x X .V , DONALD WEEKS I QQ Harrington St., Newtonville Don, Academic, Jamaica High, N. Y., Springfield,Scholarshipl2oll, 4. f 'ef' .ti 5 1. Eighty THALIA WESTON 56 Valentine St., West Newton Westyf Language, Warren, Vassar, Alpha Beta, Neophytes, Sophomore Prize Speaking, Newtonite, 9, 3, 4, News Editor, 4, Newtonian Data Editor, 4, English Club, 3, 4, Program Chairman, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4, Christmas Play, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman, 4, Junior Forum, 3, 4, Orange Shield, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, Library Club, 3, 4, Publications Board, 4, Lunchroom Squad. WILLIAM RAYMOND WHELAN 33 Noble St., West Newton Ray, Academic l, Warren, Leland Powers School, Intermediate Football, 3, Drama Club Play, 4. LEONARD WHITE 199 Harvard Cir., Newtonville Len, Language, Day, Tufts, Math Club, 3, 4, President, 4, Ticket Committee, Senior Play, Camera Club, 9, Legislature, Q, Motion Picture Squad, 2. ROBERT HAROLD WHITE 16 Ashton Ave., Newton Centre Whizzer, Academic I, Weeks, Boston College, Intermediate and Varsity Hockey WILLIAM FRANCIS WILDE 53 Falmouth Rd., West Newton Dinghy, Office Training, Warren, A Band, 4, B Band, Q, 3, 4. ESTELLE AGNES WILLIAMS 14 Hyde Ave., Newton Academic ll, Salem High, Knitting Club, 3, Home Room Manager, 3, Scholarship Roll, 3. J OHN WYETH WILLIAMS 39 Adella Ave., West Newton Willie, Language, Newton Country Day, Harvard, English Club, 4, Chairman of Senior Essay Committee, Host in Social Room, 4. NORMAN BRISCOE WILLIAMS 44 Elmore St., Newton Centre Norm, Ty, Academic l, Vfeeks, Univer- sity of New Hampshire, Home Room Manager, Q, 3, Junior Varsity Football, 2, Intermediate, 3, Varsity, 4, Varsity Club, 3, 4, Ski Team, Q, 3, Captain, 4. Outdoor Track, 4. CONSTANCE HAWKES WILSON 543 Dedham St., Newton Centre Connie, Academic l, Weeks, Puppeteers, Q, 3, Caerman Club, 3, 4, Aviation Club, 4, Soccer, 3, Field Hockey, 4, Baseball, 3, 4, Badminton, 3, Bowling 4, Tennis, 3, Basketball, 3, Archery, Q, Honorary Varsity. FRANCES ELIZABETH WOOD 1302 Boylston St., Newton Upper Falls Fran, Frannie, Academic V, Weeks, Baseball, Q, Basketball, 2, 3. WILLIAM HARRY WOOD, JR. 30 Orient Ave., Newton Centre Bill, Chick, Academic I, Weeks, New Hampshire University, Football Manager, Q, 3, 4, Neophytes, Math Club, 4, Zroperties Committee, Senior Play, Hockey, MARGUERITE C. WOODLOCK 116 Jewett St., Newton Midge, Woodie, Office Training, Bigelow, Tennis, Q, 3. A I ,,,, gzvvv W . if Q06 J V ' C 1' . 1 A . H251 K Sg.3Iv5"'f ffiifka . V . , . wyn 4.5 TW'- L msiffs ma W. 'I 2 ., ...Q i 'HK '11 ww f .M-,ss .,i,. x sw f -. if? AV IQ, 7' 1 W ff ' -Jil 7' N. 7' 8 I xc M N V i ff' 1 f 5 f Y - f .M 'ff la "5" - flier. 2: X -' F Mi V 1 TI I Q Ts 1 f my ., 4 A, f f -.tk V nf ,fir 'P ' .T If I T 40 K - , S .an , avi 'J "If 963, A wi? i 'Leif' t 2 W GEORGE WILLARD WOODRUFF 5 119 Oakdale Rd., Newton Highlands Bill, Woodie, Academic l, Weeks, Boston University, Vice-President, Camera Club, 4. OWEN JAMES WOODS 50 Evelyn Rd., Waban Woodsie, Certificate, Warren, Boston College, Football Intermediates, Q, Track intermediates, Q. ROBERT F. WOODS 50 Evelyn Rd., Waban Bob, Academic I, Warren, Business College. THOMAS F. WOODS 50 Evelyn Rd., Waban ' Tom, Language, Warren, Boston College, Aviation Club, Q. WILLIAM HARVEY WOODS 141 Molfat Rd., Waban Nick, Bill, Mathematics, Warren, Dart- mouth, Tennis Team, Q, 3, 4, Orange Shield, Q, 3, 4, Council of Six, 9, Home Room Manager, Q. STANLEY WOODWARD 106 Auburn St., Auburndale Bud, Academic l, Warren, Northeastern, B Band, Q, A Band, 3, 4, Basketball, 4, Eighty-one ELEANOR CHAMPLIN WRIGHT 70 Eddy St., West Newton Academic l, Weeks, French Club, Q, 3, Swimming Club, 3. FRANCES SHIRLEY WYETH 72 Kensington St., Newtonville Windy, Peggy, Academic I, Warren, Newton Hospital. JOHN LINDSEY WYMAN 30 Auburn St., West Newton Stinky, Mathematics, Warren, Massachu- setts lnstitute of Technology, Aviation Club, Q, 3, 4, President, Q, Drama Club, 4, German Club, 4, Glee Club, Q, 3, Legis- lature, 3, "Pirates of Penznace," Q, "Trial By Juryf, 3, Drama Club Play, 4, Boys' Chorus, 3. JOSEPH YARLOTT 69 Highland Ave., Newtonville Bill, Joe, Language, Boston Latin, Har- vard, Newtonites, 3, 4, English Club, 4, Debating Club, 4, Usher Senior Play, Home Room Manager, 4, Junior Forum Committee, 4, Honor Roll, 3, 4, Committee of 91, 4, National Honor Society, 4, Newtonite Award. MARJORIE ELAINE YOUNG 1972 Boylston St., Newton Upper Falls Marge, Midge, Academic, Weeks, Girls' Chorus, Q, 3, 4, Christmas Vespers, 2, 3, 4, Mid-Winter Concert, 2, 3, 4. WARREN GRANT YOUNG 58 Myrtle St., West Newton Wung, Red, Academic l, Warren, University of New Hampshire, Lunch- room Squad, 3, 4, Social Room Host, 4, Scholarship Roll, 4, Legislature, 3, Alternate, 3, 4. Eighty-two 'WW gear Q ,Q-can 3 -X- n th.. . .I rr ROSE ZEOLLA QQ Cook St., Newton Office Training, Day. MALCOLM LEWIS BUNKER 38 Lakewood Rd., Newton Highlands Mac, Gus, Certificate, Weeks, Norwich University, Alpha Beta, 1, Camera Club, 9, Football Manager, 1, Intermediate Hockey, 3, Junior Varsity Hockey, 2. HELEN IRENE HICKS 1387 Washington St., West Newton Hickey, Academic, Warren, Wilfred Academy, Chorus, Personality Club, Home Economics Club, Mid-Winter Concert, Christmas Vespers. JOHN WALTER ISSING 41 Maplewood Ave., Newton Centre Jack, Academic l, Bayside High School, Bayside, L. l., Springfield. RICHARD LEAVITT NICHOLS Q40 Plymouth Rd., Newton Highlands Dick, Nick, Academic l, Weeks, Cornell, Cavalry Club, Q, Camera Club, 4. PARKER NEWCOMB WHEELER 26 Hartford St., Newton Highlands Bud, Academic l, Weeks, Northeastern, Committee of 91. ALLAN JOHN HUGO 54 Playstead Rd Newton Academic l Bigelow Northeastern Junior Varsity Football 9 ' i ' i f - Varsity Club, 3, 4, Varsity Football, 3, 4, U Mm, f - iii if vif N' - 5 if if I 'E RAYMOND M. ANGELICCHIO 19A Cottage St., Newton Upper Falls Academic, Boston English High, Parks Air College, lll. ROBERT ANNAL 119 Rowe Ter., Auburndale Mathematics, Warren, Northeastern, Orange Book Staff, 3, Chemistry Club, 4. JOHN HARVIE ARTHURS 19 Burnside Rd., Newton Highlands Johnny, Certificate, Weeks, Duke University. LISA C. L. CEDRONE 15 Princeton St., Newton Lee, Academic V, Bigelow, Tennis, 9, Baseball, 9. POMPEI CEDRONE 15 Princeton St., Newton Cid, Pomp, Academic l, Bigelow, Boys' Chorus, 9, 3, 4, Motion Picture Squad, 3. MARY ANN CONONICO 179 Chapel St., Nonantum Academic, Day. EUGENE JOHN COYLE 979 Webster St., Auburndale Gene, Academic, Warren. JOHN P. DALEY 109 Hunnewell Ave., Newton Irish, Jock, Business, Brighton High, Boston University. HENRY DAVIS, JR. 11 Morton Rd., Newton Centre Pete, Academic, Warren, New Eng- land Conservatory, Glee Club, 9, 3, 4, Music Club, 3, 4, Camera Club, 4, A Band, 4, Usher Committee Senior Play, 4, Social Room Committee, 4, "Trial By Jury" and "Pirates of Penzance," Scholar- ship Roll, 9, National Honor Society, 4. ELMER DiClCCO 143 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Al, Business, Bigelow, Football, Base- ball. R355 FREDERICK D. FRAINE 108 Dalby St., Newton Fri, Slugger, Academic, Day, Football, 9, 3, Baseball, 9, 3. WILLIAM R. GARVIN 4 Churchill St., Newtonville Blackie, Bill, Academic, Day, ELLSWORTH HAGMAN 55 Wilde Rd., Waban El, Academic, Broadview Academy, La Grange, lll., Aeronautical Engineering, Northeastern. ROBERT WILLIAM HARTFORD 7 Was! ington Pk., Newtonville Bob, Academic l, Our Lady's High School, Art School. PHILIP HARVELL 180 Carlton Rd., Waban Phil, Certificate, Warren, William and Mary, Indoor Track, 9, 3, 4, Outdoor Track, 3. ARTHUR WESTLY HILDRETH 305 Auburn St., Auburndale Jokey, Art, Business, Warren, J. V. Football, 9, Drama Club, 4. NATALIE BARBARA HOLMES 970 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Nat, Certificate, Belmont High School, Glee Club, 3, 4, Chorus, 3, "Trial By Jury," 3. CHARLES STUART McKENZIE 66 Randlett Pk., West Newton Stu, Mac, Certificate, Warren, Virginia, Junior Varsity, Intermediate Football, Newtonian, Home Room Manager. JOHN McNAMARA 19 Woodbine St., Auburndale Johnny, Certificate, Warren, Annapolis. FRANK MORGAN 19 Czarrison St., Chestnut Hill Dix, Academic l, Weeks, Nichols. EDWARD F. MURPHY 95 Oak St., Newton Upper Falls Murph, Academic, Weeks DORIS LILLIAN KELLY 91 Taft Ave., West Newton Stuffy, Lazonga, Academic, Day, B Band, 9, 3. WILLIAM JOSEPH MURPHY 95 Oak St., Newton Upper Falls Academic V, Weeks. WILLIAM NESS 71 Woodend Rd., Newton Highlands Red, Academic, Weeks. JAMES JOSEPH O'BOYLE 109 Grasmere St., Newton Jim, Academic l, Framingham High School,PreparatorySchool. CHARLES E. PAIGE 169 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Language, Day, Harvard. GEORGE PARSONS 99 Lewis St., Newton Academic l, Bigelow, Massachusetts Nautical School. SUSIE PATRIACCA 69 Cook St., Newton Sue, Academic, Day, Wilfred Academy, Girls' Chorus, Christmas Vespers, Honor Roll, 9, Spring Concerts. FRANCIS PARKER REIDY 45 Chester St., Newton Highlands Park, Certificate, Weeks, Harvard, Home Room Manager, 9, Legislature, 9, Alpha Beta, Ski Team, 9, 3, 4, Social Studies Club, 3, 4, President, 4. JOSEPH EDWARD RELF 11 North St., Newtonville Biclc, Academic V, Warren GEORGE SCARLETT B Jepson Ct., West Newton Ronnie, Academic, Warren. OWEN ROCKWOOD SMYTH 103 Cabot St., Newton Rocky, Certificate, Bigelow, Vermont, Legislature Alternate, 9, Intermediate Hockey, 3, Home Room Manager, 3. FLORENCE VISCO 439 Watertown St., Newton Flossie, Office Training, Day. Eighty-three YB. CLASS GIFTS IT has been the custom oi every Senior Class to leave some worthwhile giit to the school on graduation. We wish to recognize this splendid idea. We herewith include a list oi the more recent class gifts which vve hope will prove oi interest. 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 Band Uniform Fund. Social Room Fund. Public Address System. Radio Victrola For tlie Social Room Lighting Equipment for the Stage. Money for Public Address System. Press Box. Contribution to Electric Qrgan. Trophy Cabinet. Score Board. Portrait oi Irving 0. Palmer. Eighty-four Sl Gltllblllliii Adviser. . . Miss Anne Leathers NDER the capable guidance of Miss Leathers some thirty-three of our students are privileged to remain at high school to acquire further units For college entrance or for specialized training. Many of the post-graduates assist Mr. Foster in the ollice of Buildingl, thus they not only lessen his duties, but they gain practical business experience even before leaving high school. Because these people are expected to spend most ol their time studying, their activities are naturally limited. Although post-graduates may enter only musical organizations, they may often be seen attending other school activities, such as dramatizations or sports. Surely this alone proves the success Miss Leathers has gained in her vvorl4 with the post Graduates. Eighty-five J ROGER REIDY SHIRLEY CRAFTS Eighty-six WILLIAM HOOPER ARTHUR FOSTER HICERS WZ 40-9 - MISS BUR DON September Opening of School Drama Club Tryouts October Assembly - Dial Phone Beginning of Clubs November Assembly - Karl l-l. Maslowski Senior Play Preview December Christmas Vespers Vacation January Basketball Rally Flu Epidemic February Drama Club Play Vacation March Midwinter Concert Blizzard April Assembly - National I-lonor Society May Associate, Class Officers, and N tional l-lonor Society OFlicers Elected June Finals Summer Vacation All ll Ll L1 Eighty-seven mmm JOHN DORFMAN is, A BETTE BERNT Eighty-eight DOUGLASS TESCHNER JANET ZEIGLER HICERS W AP? -inv- MISS RILEY September Assembly - John Nichol Marlc Get Acquainted Party October Sophomore Dance Assembly - Dial Phone November Senior Play Preview Class Pictures Taken December Christmas Assembly Class Dance January Primaries Flu Epidemic February Assembly - Prologue to Glory Vacation March Sophomore Prize-Speaking Blizzard April Neophyte Assembly Vacation May Associate and Class Officers Elected June Finals Summer Vacation YL 1. LI LI . Eighty-nine ACTIVITIES Ninety 4 Ninety-one Officers President , Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . Adviser. ALPHA BETA ' ' QPHQMQRE English Club . . . founded . . Phyllis Greene . Marjorie Kearney . . Marcia Jones . Richard Polansky Miss Frances Thumin in 'l9Q'l by Mr. Samuel Thurber, Jr., present l-lead ol the English Department . . . . . . Any sophomore so inclined may join . . . sponsors Sophomore assembly ...... Meetings interesting and enter- taining. . .members have participated in Hlniormation Please" program and spelling bees ...... Guest speakers appeared olten . . . beloved Mr. John Cronan enacted favorite stories . . . Dr. Brevver Eddy lectured on Ballcan countries and their relationship to the vvar ...... Alpha Beta guests ol French Club ...... Activities ol club not merely restricted to entertainment . . . boolcs or pictures ol universal interest donated annually to English Depart- ment and library . . . Wil Ninety-two Officers President . . .... Barbara Fisher Vice-President . . George Sheridan B Secretary . , . Marilyn Costello Treasurer . . Diana Crooks Adviser. . . Miss Clara Chapin HIS organization is in its second year .,.... lts purpose is to create and develop an appreciation lor art and to lurther artistic tendencies ...... Studio meetings held tvvo Mondays a month . . .outside speakers demonstrate and lecture on oil painting . . . costume design . . . commercial art . . . motion pictures ol soap carving and sculpture ...... Members vvorlc on special projects lor personal advancement in Field ol art they are most interested in . . . these exhibited at linal tea ...... Competitive examinations required for entrance ...... Great enthusiasm often prompts unotlicial meetings . . . Zlll - L1 LI Ninety-three H Ninety-four Officers President ...,... Stetson Mick Boys' Vice-President . . Robert Beatty Girls' Vice-President . . . Priscilla Parker Cleric .... . . Rodney Parker Treasurer . . . . Arthur Foster Adviser, . . . Mr. l-lorace Kidger I-IE purpose oi the Associates is to Further by just laws the good name, spirit, and tradition oi Nevvton l'ligh School ...... Every citizen of the school in good standing is automatically admitted to membership ...... A member in any home room may have a bill introduced in the Legislature by representative ...... Qilicers of the Associates are also those oi Legislature . . . in absence oi president, duties fall First to Boys' then Girls' vice-presi- dent . . . clerlc records meetings of Legislature . . . treasurer assists the bursar, Miss White ...... Christmas Box Drive run by Associates . . . Orange Shield members chosen ...... Asso- ciates, a cog in the wheel ol high school democracy . . . student control in school activities fostered . . . Officers President . , . Don Macllobbie Secretary . A . Alice Miriam Birmingham Treasurer . . Philip Birmingham Adviser. . Mr. Daniel Willard VlAl'l0N CLUB monthly llight record, eleven years Without accident at Wiggins Airvvays, Norwood, Mass ....... lvvo club members solo, Charles Slcinner and Robert Ellis ...... Lieutenant Philip Johnson, Ll. S. A., Randolph Field, Texas, guest spealcer at Cctober meeting ...... Pilot Carol Geary, spoke on Airplane Engines in November ...... lypes ol bombers was Don l2obbie's subject in December ...... Fly American, sound Film, by courtesy oi American Airlines, delighted the members attending the January meeting ...... Sound pictures were shown in February through courtesy of American Airlines and Joseph Garside . . . Arthur l-lildreth, demonstrated chemical ignition ol thermite bombs ...... Pilot Wesley C. l-lolmes addressed the March meeting ...... 1936 Aviation Club leader, l'lollis Whitten, is novv a llying cadet in training at Pensacola, Florida ...... HAPPY LANDINGS! l l BA Ninety-live B . M . J h C ll' L' Advlsers ' MI. XX?illlamOL.lQifinlsrl?aLr1J l,lSlC lor scl'iool activities provided by band . . . lor assemblies . . .lorcommencementlixercises. . .lor Mid-Winterconcert . . . for plays . . . lor football games and otlwer sports . . . . . . Band gives all tliese its spirited accompaniment ...... School spirit is increased . . . a stirring atmospliere is provided . . . . . . Less experienced B Band also organized . . . directed by'lVlr. William l.. Winston ...... Graduation of Band members forces its directors to reorganize Band yearly . . . nevertlweless, it is a povverlul creative influence in Newton l"ligl'i Scliool . . Ninety-six l Adviser. . Mr, J. Collins Lingo l,ll2lNG tliis past year tlie Boys' Cliorus lwas developed into a vvortli- vvliile service organization ...... Qpen to all boys, its meetings are lield twice weelcly during time Monday and Friday US" bloclcs ...... Boys classified in four groups . . . second bass . . . First bass . . . second tenor . . . First tenor ..,... "Setting up" exercises are in order before actual singing begins i.... . The Boys' Clworus lwas participated in many events tliis year . . . collaborated vvitlu tl'ie Varsity Band in a broadcast over radio station WHDH . . . sang old songs in tlwe style ol Ubarbersliop harmonies" at tl'1e Girls' Gym Meet . . . tool4 part in tlie annual Mid-winter 'C:OI'lC2I'll . . . Wil 1 LI LI Ninety-seven B A Ninety-eight Officers President . . . . . Eugene Daniels Vice-President . . . . Robert Ellis Secretary . . . William Wenning Treasurer . . Kenneth Canfield Adviser. . Mr. Sterling Williams HQTQGRAPHY of all lcinds engaged in by Camera Club . . . . . . Meetings devoted to comparison ol prints . . . critical discussions . . . interchange ol new ideas ...... Guest spealcers . . . Mr. l-lugh Cheyne, lormer club treasurer, now ol Allred Brown Studio, spolde on l'Whys and l-lows ol Cameran . . . . . . Mr. George F.Weierich explained developing and printing techniques . . . helped members with indoor scenes . . . . . . Candid shots for Newtonian one ol important club activities . . . . . . Grandtinaleolyear . . . contestamong allthehigh schools ollvlassachusetts . . . at Northeastern University ...... Newton l-ligh School Camera Club winner of the 1940 State Trophy . . . Officers President . . Warren Baldwin Vice-President . . Richard Bolin C B Secretary . . . John Osgood Treasurer . . . William Leitch Adviser. . Mr. John I-lall l-lE Chemistry Club consists ol sixteen neophyte chemists chosen by competitive examinations ...... The purpose ol the club . . . to introduce interested students and prospective chemists to the procedures and methods used in college laboratories ...... Advanced experiments lormed . , . iodine obtained from decom- posed sea weed . . . identity ol unl4nown solutions solved by new processes ...... A soap factory visited by the club ...... Unusual individual experiments witnessed by members . . . B One Hundred One CCDMMERCIAI. CLUB Officers President . . .... Nancy Hunting Vice-President , . Marie Murray Secretary , . .... Edna Lees Treasurer . . . . Florence Luchini Adviser. . Miss Marion B. McGuire NE ol school's oldest organizations . . . founded belore the three buildings were consolidated into Newton l-ligh . . . . . . The purpose ol the club is to stimulate intelligent interest in business and social liie . . . to develop both personality and character ...... Membership restricted to girls ...... Mrs. Ganter of the Wilfred Beauty Academy spolce on the importance oi a well-groomed appearance ...... Trip talcen to New England Confectionery Company ...... Films shown on duties and opportunities ol the secretarial Field ...... Final party social climax oi the year . . . gall One l-lundred TWO Officers P 'd . . . . . I2 b W h J?SL-5FSSidm s , .O,f.E1e53LE?ZZ DEQATING Cl-UB Secretary . . , . . Adele Mariottl Treasurer . . Donald Van Roosen Adviser. . . Mr. Frederick O. Holmes AKEEN interest in debating is promoted by the club . . . mem- bers taught to Feel at ease on public platform . . . friendliness and good sportsmanship enhanced . . . progressiveness, a valuable quality ol modern youth, characteristic ol the club ...... lnter- mural debates held during year . . . with Girls' Latin School- Resolved, that the powers olthe federal government be increased . . . with Microphone Club - Resolved, the nevvspaper is a better means of education than the radio ...... lfxtemporaneous speaking at January meeting . . . intra-club debates . . . HA LI LI One l-lundred Three DRAMA CLUB YL A One Hundred Four Officers President . . . . . Herbert Rosenberg Vice-President . . . Joan McGrath Secretary . . . . . Dorothy Cox Treasurer , . . Donald Van Roosen Adviser. . . Miss Louise Wetherbee l,lNlQl2 and senior students may enter club alter series ol com- petitive try-outs ...... Basic techniques of coaching and handling plays taught . . . also development oi Thespian ability . . . . . . Meetings devoted to speakers on dramatics as Well as one-act plays and lectures by members ...... Two annual presentations given lor school . . . the Christmas play and the highly successful and popular Drama Club play ...... This year's performance was HNathan l'lale," by Clyde Fitch . . . pre- sented on the afternoons ol February 6 and 7, and the evening ol February 8 . . . Officers P 'd . . .... Wil' l-l'll Xlizde-lgzrdsident . .lhadallhaonrntdn Secretary . . . . Blanche Kennedy . , . Sumner Feldberg . Miss E. Louise Richardson Treasurer . Adviser. . OUNDED by Charles Svvain Thomas tvventy-eight years ago. . . . . Club aims to lurtherliterary understanding and appreciation by Junior and Senior boys and girls ...... Varied programs touch upon many aspects ol literary vvorld . . . member ol Harvard Crimson statl . . . boolc publishers . . . Rhodes scholar . . . poets . . . boolc reviewers ...... Sponsors prize-essay and poetry contest ...... Service is the aim ol the English Club . . . good times are had in achieving aim . . . BA ' LI Lf One l-lundred Five VW L.. Adviser. .Miss E. Louise Richardson YB. A One l-lundred Six HE English Club Contests are sponsored annually by the English Club under the direction ol Miss Richardson ...... The best manuscripts are submitted to the contests by the English teachers . . . these are read by the judges vvho eliminate some . . . the remaining ones are read at the Senior Assembly , . . awards are given at this time to the authors of the vvinning manuscripts . . . Margery MacNeil, 'dourney Through Childhood" . . . Betty l-lar- lovv, 'Sinbad' '... Jean Byers, "White Magic" . . . Mary Gill, "Childhood, a Dream' ,... Kathleen Gordon, "l2umania" . . . Georgia Leonard, "As Seen From the Bridge' '... Leo l'lession, Hganctuaryn ,..... Verse Contest vvinners . . . A group ol poems by Qlga Foxe . . . several poems by Virginia l'lorrigan . . . Officers Ch ' ..., R b B Secarlezatx . . Barbjraelglealjgdlfl Adviser. . Miss Margaret South l-llf Executive Council, in conjunction with the Legislature, forms the governing organization For school atiairs ...... Approves acts ol Legislature . . . exerts control over all school activities . . . . . . The Executive Council also has the povver ol taxing school organizations , . . of granting charters to new clubs . . . ol passing emergency measures . . . olmalcing appropriations from thefund . . . of approving each act of the Legislature ...... It is composed ol the student and honorary presidents of the Legislature, the Clerk ol the Legislature, the Executive Secretary, student and Faculty repre- sentatives For each Administrative Board ...... There are Boards of publications, Girls' and Boys, Athletics, Finance, Civic and Social AHdlfS,MUSiC, Dramatics . . . YL LI L1 One Hundred Seven YB. GERMAN CLUB Officers President . Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . Adviser. QUNDED in 1933 . . . provides students . Elliott Robinson . . Dana Robinson . Audrey Pinkham Donald Van Roosen Mr. Kenneth Packard with opportunities to become lamiliar with language, people, and customs ol Germany ...malces learning enjoyable and entertaining ...... lall4 by member ol German aristocracy, novv on the faculty ol Broolc- line l-ligh ...... Sound movies of Qlympic games ...... Christmas party featured native carols . . . presents given out by jolly Santa CML Paclcardb ...... German supper party at Gundlach's l-lolbrau rounds out year's activities. . . lood and music in best German manner and tradition. . .members also treated to excellent dinner at the home ol a club member . . . Ll Ll One l-lundred Eight Adviser. . . ivif, Haydn Morgan GI-EE CI-UB LEE CLUB . . . seventy voices . . . singing tvvo hours weelcly . . . lVlr. l-laydn Morgan, l-lead oi lVlusic Department, is director ...... The purpose oi this organization . . . the en- joyment ol song . . . correct singing and interpretive techniques stressed ...... Their services are much in demand . . . they performed this year at the West Nevvton Unitarian Church . . . at the Christmas Vesper Services . . . at the Christmas Assembly . . . at the Mid-Winter Concert . . . at the Kivvanis Club . . . in a radio broadcast . . . the high-light oi the year vvas participation in the "l l"lear America Singing" program ...... Club otiers one credit For satisfactory participation . . . Ylii 1 i LI LI One Hundred Nine l Officers President . . .... Charlotte Lopas Vice-President . . . Veronica Regan Secretary . . . . Anna Vespa Treasurer . . . . . Joan Howell Advisers f Miss Gladys F. Davis Q4 One Hundred Ten ' l Miss Alice A. Alden HIS club is open to all girls talcing l-lome Economic subjects . . to all interested in clothing . . . etiquette . . . coolcing . . . home-making ...... Many spealcers and demonstrations. .. style . . . correct use ofcosmetics . . . coolcing . . . home decora- tion . . . child care ...... Specialprojectthis year . . . stulled animals lor the blind children,s Christmas stockings ...... Club conducted survey . . . "ls garment malcing carried on to some extent in your home?" . . . of those queried . . . 472, answered in the atlirmative . . . . l-lome sewing is not becoming a lost art . . . I-IGME ROOM Adviser. . . IVll'.Cdl'lSWdD MANAGERS HE success ol many school functions depends on the activities of the l'lome Room Managers ...... Under the direction of Mr. Svvan these officers are kept busy . . . they are engaged in selling tickets to various affairs . . . collecting class dues . . . posting notices ...... Principal annual duty is the Student Activity Ticket drive ...... Managers also sold tickets to "Nathan l-lalei' and "Bachelor Born," the Dramatic Club and Senior class plays . . . concerts . . . girls' gym meet ...... They post publicity notices . . . collect .class dues . . . distribute the Newtonite . . . and take orders for the Newtonian . . . One Hundred Eleven KIXIITTINQ CI-UB Adviser i Mrs. Edith B. Newcomb DURPQSE ol tliis group is purely social ...... Girls gatlwer to tall4 ancl l4nit ...... Meetings montlwly . . . rare stitclwes learned ...... lfclitlw Jalonen, secretary . . . Vivian Plwillips, treasurer . . . Mrs. Newcomb, club adviser . . ts A 6 UL! " One Hundred Twelve Officers Stetson Mick Robert Beatty . Audrey Guilty Clerk .... . Rodney Parker Treasurer . . President ....... Boys' Vice-President . . Girls' Vice-President . Arthur Foster I-IE l-louse of Representatives ol student government is the Legis- lature ...... It meets monthly to give students an opportunity to make laws . . . to express ideas in school allairs . . . . . . Representatives elected in September by Australian ballot. . . two from each Senior home room , . . one from each Junior home room . . . one from every tvvo Sophomore home rooms . . . . . . President ol Associates presides over meetings ...... Bills are introduced by any member and, if passed, go up belore Executive Council lor ratification ...... Legislature supports Grange Shield and National l-lonor Society in the perennial lunch room cam- paign . . . also sponsors the Christmas Box Fund . . . LEGISLATURE B Ll L1 One Hundred Thirteen LIBRARY CLUB Ylll 1.1 LI' One Hundred Fourteen Officers President ...... Natalie Bigelow Vice-President . , Nancy Concannon Secretary . . . . Eleanor Cady Treasurer . . . Carolyn Peterson Adviser. . Miss Gladys Bigelow I-IE main function ol tlwe Library Club is to tal4e care ol and lielp in the running ol the sclwool library ...... len juniors and Fifteen seniors are clwosen by time graduating members . . . scliolar- slwip and an interest in tlie duties ol a librarian are time requirements . . . . . . Meetings lweld monthly . . . relreslwments often served . . . . General duties . . . newspaper and magazine clippings . . scrapboolcs . . . pasting . . . boolt mending . . . paper tiling . . . Filing boolc slips ...... An annual gilt to tlwe sclwool is a club tradition ...... Members worlt conscientiously in lielping Miss Gladys Bigelow, Newton I-ligh Librarian . . . Adviser. . Mr. Francis Foster CQMMITTEE Chairman . . CarlClarlc UPlfl3VlSlQN of the Lunchroom . . . a constant problem at Nevvton . . . Legislature, Orange Shield, and National l-lonor Society combined to solve it ...... Latest attempt is the nevv Lunchroom Plan . . . no faculty in Lunchroom . . . Four National Honor Society supervisors for each day . . . four Grange Shield members assisting . . . volunteers assisting leaders ...... Super- visor's tasl4 . . . to impress on students the importance oi cleanliness . . . to teach them to tal4e pride in their lunchroom . . . to see that tables are cleaned for eachlunch . . . to appointdoormen . . . . . . The problem vvill be solved with the co-operation of the entire student body . . . One Hundred Fifteen YL MAT!-I CLUB Officers President . . .... Leonard White Vice-President . . . Robert Guild Secretary . . . . Richard Hayden Treasurer . . . Townsend Cushman Adviser. . Mr. Charles Mergendahl Lpl-lA GAMMA TAU, the Math Club, vvas organized in 1920 ...... The purpose of the club is to Find the practical side of math . . . discover various short-cut systems . . . vvorlc out number puzzles ...... Membership is limited to pupils receiving A or B in Mathematics lor the year preceding membership ...... Meetings are held regularly . . . there is also an annual Beetle Party ...... This year several speakers addressed the group on subjects pertaining to math . . . I + u u A One l-lundred Sixteen Officers President . . .... Richard Bolin Vice-President . . Barbara Hirst Secretary . . . Bette Noone Treasurer . . . Robert Murphy Adviser. . Miss Helen Lee HE Microphone Club was formed by a group ol students con- sidering careers in radio ...... Membership is limited to lorty ...... The club has three divisions . . . the script writers . . . the actors . . . the inventors ol new and unusual sound etlects . . . . . . Some results ol their vvorlc . . . a round table discussion broadcast over WEEl . . . a very interesting broadcast held with the band over WHDH ...... Qne meeting was spent in debate with the Debating Club-Resolved, the newspaper is a better means ol education than the radio ...... An infant club last growing popular . . . One Hundred Seventeen Officers Adviser. A , , William Winstn Assistants s s B Ll Lf ' One Hundred Eighteen l"llS group is open to all boys vvho are interested in operating the school motion picture projectors . . . no previous experience is required ...... Advisers train members in technical fundamentals . . . . . . The membership is small but the activity great . . . silent movies . . . sound Films . . . lantern slides are shovvn for clubs . . . classes . . . assemblies . . . . .Work is carried on during study periods and after school ...... ln addition to running machines, the Squad is also a monthly club ...... Boys are not only trained . . . they are given an opportunity to serve their school . . . Officers . .... Shirley Crafts President . Vice-President . . . . Secretary . . . Mary Jane Farnsworth Treasurer . . . . Jack Robinson Adviser. . . Mr. J. Collins Lingo QUNDED two years ago . . . the Music Club has developed into a highly successful organization lor Newton High School music lovers ...... l-lighlights ol this year's programs included such interesting activities as club party at Pops Concert . . . series ol sound Films on the symphony orchestra . . . entertainment by musical aspirants ol club . . . annual caroling at Christmas time lol- lowed by a party ...... Room 'l44 has become a place to meet and hear the best music in the best ol company . . . Donald l'lYSff MUSIC CLUB B ' LI LI One l-lundred Nineteen "NATHAN l-lALE" H One Hundred Twenty Cast of Characters Talbot Boy .... Lebanon . . Alice Adams . . Tom Adams, . . Mistress Knowlton . Angelica Knowlton Nathan l-lale . . Jetlerson Boy . . Guy Fitzroy . . Jasper .... Colonel Knowlton. . William l-lull . . Captain Adams . Cunningham . . . The Widow Chichester Three Soldiers . Sentinel . Persons of the Play in Qrder of their Appearance . Donald Knapp . . Scott Doten Phyllis Winterbottom . Leon Schwartz . Joan McGrath . . Karyl Kern . Charles Brown Knox Armstrong Robert Warshaw Donald Koughan . . James l-lorn George Sheridan Donald Van Roosen . Lindsey Wyman . . Lane Kutz Herbert Colcord . . glLouis Weinman lRay Whelan . Russell Fleming STll2l2lNG tragedy ol a great Revolutionary War hero . . . he gave his lile that his country might be Tree ...... Casts costumed in best eighteenth century tradition ...... Charlie Brown and Phyllis Winterbottom played tragically lated sweetheart . . . supporting cast able ...... Drama heightened by slcilllul direction ol Miss Louise Wetherbee . . . colorlully mounted by stage committee . . . Officers P 'd . . .... D ld H I Xlizde-lgpdsident . . AlicDehl3irminCZ'ghnaen?i S . . . B b K h rffiftffll . . . sfalf M11 SQCIETV Adviser. . Miss Edith Rideout QCHETY is a national organization . . . represented in some 2,600 secondary schools in the United States ...... Qne ol school's highest honors ...... Members elected from upper Q5'Z9 of junior and senior scholars. . , leadership, character, service important elements in election ...... Induction cere- mony held in April . . . Dr. Gezorlc spol4e on "What America Means to Me" ...... Dignilied and inspiring occasion ..... . Marlboro High School this year aslced group to give the First National Honor Society induction ceremony there . . . HA One Hundred Twenty-one NECDPHYTES YL Ll LI' One Hundred Tvventy-two Officers President . . .... Richard Seeley Vice-President . . Walter MacDonald Secretary . . . . Seth Kalberg Treasurer . . . . William Burt Adviser. . Miss Clara Chapin EN-ll'l grade Drama Club . . . the Neophytes prepares Sophomores forthe Junior and Senior stage . . . largest possible group selected by competitive try-outs is given the opportunity to use talents. . .develop abilities ...... The club provides experience lor the embryo actors . . . stage hands . . . mal4e-up artists . . . directors ...... Diversified meetings held . . . in- teresting speal4ers . . . plays presented by members for constructive criticism . . . parties and social hours are enjoyed by all . . . . . . Under the direction ol Miss Clara Chapin, presented HGeorgie Porgien in the spring lor the Sophomore assembly . . . Editor-in-Chief ..... Donald l-lolmes Assistant Editor . . . Barbara Peabody Business Manager . . . . . Carl Clarlc Assistant Business Manager . . Sidney Clarlc Activities Manager Advertising .... Art . . . Circulation Copy . . Data. . Features . Proof . Sports . . Treasurer . Adviser. . . . . Karyl Kern Donald Van Roosen . George Sheridan . . . James l-lorn . Mary Cruiney . . Thalia Weston . Margery MacNeil . . , Marga Kent . . . Eliot Mover . . Sumner Felberg Mr. Sterling Williams IXIEWTCDNIAN l-lE Newtonian is tlwe year boolc ol Newton l-ligli ...... Presents panorama ol sclnool lile and activities ...... This year enlarged and improved . . . new leatures . . . more repre- sentative . . . covers every pliase ol sclwool . . . classes . . . clubs . . . sports . . . service organizations . . . faculty . . . . . . Statl meets vveelcly ...... Boolc is a product ol student co-opera- tion... YL All One l-lundred Twenty-three Officers Editor-in-Chief ,... William Thompson Advertising Manager . . Philip Birmingham News Editor . . . . Thalia Weston Editorial Editor ... . Alice Birmingham Feature Editor . . . . Marga Kent Sport Editor . . Donald Van Roosen Literary Editor . . Elizabeth Sherman Copy Editor . . . Alice Sarafian YS A ' l-lE lXlEWT0lNllTEH is the newspaper olthe Newton l'ligh School . . . issued on twenty-two Wednesdays each year and delivered through the home rooms ...... The Newtonite is edited entirely by the students . . . has Four pages . . . general news . . . editorials and Features . . . student-written literature . . . sports . . . . . . Business staFl is in charge ol Financing the publication . . . through student subscriptions and advertising ...... Faculty advisers ol The Newtonite are Mr. Lester Williams . . . Mr. Carl P. Birmingham . . . Miss Flora Smith ...... Fourteen charms awarded to seniors each year lor distinguished service on The New- tonite . . . This yearawards were given in AprilataSenior Assembly . . . . . . Recipients . . . Philip Birmingham, Carl Clark, Leo l-lession, Perry l"ludson, Marga Kent, Mary Lynch, Margery MacNeil, Eliot Mover, Alice SaraFian, Elizabeth Sherman, William Thompson, Donald Van Roosen, Thalia Weston, Joseph Yarlott . . . Ll LI' ' One Hundred Twenty-four 4' I Officers Editor-in-Chief . . . Donald Van Roosen Assistant Editor . . Alice Birmingham Business Manager ..... Donald Holmes Assistant Business Manager Edwin Capon Adviser ..,.. Miss Caroline M. Doonan Assistant . . Miss Katherine Curtis l-lE Grange Book is the incoming students constant companion. . . the Sophomore's best friend . . . a hand-book olall phases of Newton l'ligh School lile ...... It is a perfect guide to buildings . . . faculty . . . student laws . . . school traditions . . . all or- ganizations and institutions ...... The stali has many interesting experiences preparing the book . . . they become Familiar with every aspectolourschool life . . . . . To lcnow the Orange Boolc is to lcnow Newton l'ligh School . . YB. One l-lundred Twenty-five GRANGE SHIELD Adviser ....... Mr. Horace Kidger Members Seniors: Betty Anthony, Anne Backman, Judith Bailey, Warren Baldwin, Barbara Banks, Betty Bicknell, Natalie Bigelow, Richard Bolin, Phyllis Broderick, Gloria Cardinal, Ann Cummings, Scott Doten, John Engel, Charles Garabedian, Janet Goldie, Dorothy Grimley, Mary Guiney, James l-lorn, Francis Keefe, Barbara Kehn, Phyllis Kramp, Francis Leone, Marjorie MacNeil, Jane Mans- field, Priscilla Parker, Barbara Peabody, Charles Pierce, Mary Prescott, Florence Purdy, William Rangnow, Philip Teschner, Thalia Weston, William Woods. Juniors: Lucy Bianchi, Alice Blake, EleanorCady, Tony Caruso, Alfred Colella, Phyllis Couchman, Shirley Crafts, Robert Davidson, Arthur Foster, Richard Gleason, Duane Gorman, Reynold Gram- mer, Thelmer Gruber, William l-looper, James I-lyatt, I-lelen lmrie, Adele Mariotti, Philip Neagle, Natalie Needham, Rodney Parker, Claire Reid, Roger Reidy, Howard Reynolds, Betty Rhind, Patricia Richards, Robert Sanders, l-larvey Sawyer, Charles Thomas, Margaret Tower, Phyllis Winter- bottom. Sophomores: Ann Avantaggio, Richard Boulter, John Bowen, Margaret Bradley, Jean Byrne, Paul Campbell, Janice Capon, Josephine Carchia, Evelyn Clare, Robert Clough, John Curley, Wil- liam Destefano, John Dorfman, Robert Glorieux, Marjorie Goodale, Alice Graham, l-larry Green- wood, Barbara Moorehead, Nunjia Piselli, Richard Polonsky, Grace Prescott, James Spikes, Frank Welden, Peter Wheeler, Edward Wyman. l-lE Civics Board founded and organized this tribunal . . . student judiciary of school ...... Twenty to thirty members from each class chosen ...... This year they assisted in lunchroom supervision ...... Grange Shield maintains ideals of good citizenship and fosters traditions of Newton l'ligh . . . Rall One l-lundred Twenty-six Adviser. . , Mi. Haydn Morgan R. HAVDN MQRGAN, director of the orchestra, led it through another successful season ...... Development of talent and interest is sought . . . every effort is made to encourage ad- vancedinstrumentalstudy 4 . . to develop proper practice . . . . . . Musical appreciation ol student body increased ...... Lilce the band, the orchestra plays at various school Functions . . . Drama Club presentation . . . Senior play . . . regular assemblies. . . . . . This year savv the merger ol A and B Qrchestras . . . H LI LJ Oneghlundred Twenty-seven Officers President . . . , Ann Nardone Secretary . . . Phyllis Bower Treasurer . , . . Jean Goodale Adviser. . . Miss Maryvvells Leiter YS LI Ll '- One Hundred Tvventy-eight HE Girls' Quting Club novv in its eiglitli year . . . still continues to promote good sportsmansliip and group co-operation tlwrouglw its various activities ...... Eacli prospective member fills out a questionnaire on interest in sports . . . tlwese are read by tlwe graduat- ing members vvlio grade tlwem and select tlme future members ...... llwere are tvvo meetings montlwly . . . one lor business and cluoosing tlie place ol tlwe outing . . . tlwe otlier, tvvo vveel4s later, lor tlwe outing ...... llwis year the club went lwayriding . . . lwad a roller slcating party . . . anda bicycle picnic . . . i Chairmen Patricia Knott Shirley Robblee Helen Browne . Joan Eldredge . . . Priscilla Young Secretary . . . . Betty Van Gorder Treasurer . . . . Joan Eldredge Adviser. . Miss Victoria Carpenter HIS group aims to lwelp its members develop more pleasing and attractive personalities ..,... Girls ol all classes are invited to join ..... lmprovement in appearance souglfit . . . lwair styles . . . use ol cosmetics . . . taste in clotliing . . . general manners . . . . . . Meetings devoted to criticism and discussion . . . speakers also . . . Mr. William Gause spolce on "Clothes and l-lovv to Wear -ll'iem" ...... Mrs. Eldredge on "Beauty From Witlwinn . . . Mrs. Albert on a pleasing personality ...... 'lea given, December 4, lor teacliers ol Social Studies department and stail ol main oilice . . . . Helen Afmuii PERSGNALITV CLUB YL All One Hundred Twenty-nine 'Q PUPPETEERS L1 LI One Hundred Thirty President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer Adviser. . Officers . Foster Cousins . . Anna Ames Barbara Lounsberry . . Porter Dorr Mrs. Kate Cornell HE Puppeteers is a group designed primarily lor those boys and girls interested in various phases ol puppetry ...... Mem- bership limited to twenty . . . interest, not slcill, is prime requisite . . . . . . Actual vvorlcshop training given . . . . . . Members make and manipulate puppets . . . contribute to the general knowledge of club ...... Portable stage presented by charter members is club treasure ...... Play presented before Sophomore Assembly is annual feature . . . Mrs. Kate Cornell, adviser, directed . . . Cast Charles Donkin . . . "Bimbo" Farringdon . Victor Beamish. . . Frank Hastings . . Ellen .... Barbara Fane . . . "Button" Farringdon . Matron ,... Rosemary Farringdon . Chris Farringdon . . Philip De Pourville . . "Flossie" Nightingale . The Rev. Edmond Ovington Sir Berkeley Nightingale . Travers ..... Pop ..... "Old Crumpi' . . . James Horn . Russell Fleming . . Carl Clark George Sheridan . Thada Thornton . . Polly Lewis . Jean Byers . Joan McGrath . . Betsy Blake Margery MacNeil Howard Houghton . Donald Knapp . . . Scott Doten Herbert Rosenberg . . Leon Schwartz Donald Koughan . Sidney Clark SENIOR PLAY N the Newton High School auditorium on Friday, November '15, and Saturday, November'l6, was presented . . . "Bachelor Born" . . . by lan Hay ...... An uproarious comedy in three acts which was met with great applause ...... Coach, orchestra, stage crew, art classes, Senior Play Committee, cast . . . all helped to make it a success . . . a play that will not soon be forgotten fy ,fi in-I . . . . . . Miss Haworth to be congratulated . . . ii ' ' l C ,r L I i i ' Q . 1 l One Hundred Thirty-one H Officers President .... . Parker Reidy B Vice-President . . . John Townsend Second Vice-President . . . Robert Monroe Secretary .... . Alice Birmingham Treasurer . . . . . Arthur Foster Adviser. . . Mr. Herbert Clark l"llf Social Studies Club presents Democracy in Action .... Campaign speeches given by candidates for club otlices ..... Programs include movies ol scenic spots in the United States . . . discussion among club members based on the problems ol present- day youth . . . tallc by Colonel Bolling ofthe U. S. Army lntelligence Service on National Defense with a film showing motorized army units . . . movies picturing historic New England towns and resorts . . . experiences in vvar-torn Europe told by refugees . . . tallc on China by Mrs. Van Gorder . . . picnic lor the last meeting at Wellesley ...... Last year the club gilt to the school was the purchase ol several history boolcs ...... Genial club adviser is lvlr. l-lerbert Clark . . . gill One l-lundred Thirty-two Adviser . Mrs. Margaretfurannon CHORUS HE Sophomore Girls' Chorus a nevv but up and coming organization of Newton High School ...... Meetings held during the Monday and Friday US" blocks in room T305 ...... Girls divided into three groups . . . First soprano . . . second soprano . . . alto ...... This year the girls participated in the Christmas Vesper Services and the annual Mid-vvinter Concert Solo recital required oi each girl at end ol year . . . to see vvhether she has earned her credit lor the year's vvorl4 . . . . Both classical and semi-classical numbers are learned . . . l One Hundred Thirty-three H SPANISH CLUB Officers President . Vice-President . , . . . . . . . .Ofeliaffornejo Larry Rufo Secretary . . . Eleanor Szathmary Treasurer . . . . . Inez Davidson Adviser. . . Mr. Francesco Argento LUB intended to create interest in student use ol Spanish . . . . . . This year an attempt was made to shovv the gay side ol Spanish lile . . . popular Spanish music played . . . Tango, Rhumpa, l.a Conga demonstrated ...... Qscar Sulling, a Castillian actor, spolce to the club on his native country and its customs ...... Silinco and lvlelva, who performed at the World's Fair, vvere guests on one occasion . . . meeting was turned into a Spanish social hour . . . it vvas a great success, and idea will be lollovved in luture years . . . IJ LI One l-lundred Thirty-four Chairman ..,. John MacDonald Advi n I Mr. Charles W. Peterson Sars l Mr. Charles L. Peltier l-llf Stage Crew is one ol the hardest working organizations in Newton l-ligh ...... lts Function is to provide settings and lighting lor all school theatrical presentations ...... lhe warm, masculine quarters of Charles Donldn in "Bachelor Born" attested to the crew's creative skill . . . the sets of "Nathan l'lale" were also made by the boys with the help ol the Workshop and Art classes . . . . . . Membership confined to Junior and Senior students . . . . . . Small groups worlc long hours alter school building all their own scenery ...... Solid co-operation . . . thorough training . . . and inlormality are characteristics ol this typical Newton organization . . . -Ylil " LIL! One Hundred Thirty-Five Officers P 'd . . . . M T SWIMMINQ5 QLU3 SQiiLtZ?i . , . 2233553635352 Treasurer . . . . Elinore Young Adviser. . Miss Marywells Leiter YL 'LILI "' Onelldundred Thirty-six N 1938 this popular girls' club was founded ...... Meetings held monthly at the Walnut Parlc Day School pool in Newton . . . . . . A small lee which is paid at each meeting pays for the use ol the pool ...... Girls may spend their time at the pool doing what they wish . . . some practice diving . . . some worlc to perfect their swimming strokes . . . others just splash about . . . . . . Usually relays and contests are arranged lor each session to malce the swimming period exciting and interesting . . . l Officers P 'd ....... L I-I ' J?3L-5flZidm . . . .EEWSELZT TUSITALA CLUB Secretary-Treasurer . Margery MacNeiI Adviser .... . Miss Helen E. Nute I-IIS vvas the sixth year of the Tusitala Club, Newton l-ligh Schools only purely literary society ...... Membership is limited to tvventy-Five: twenty Seniors and Juniors, Five Sophomores . .. membership depends on the merits of an original composition sub- mitted anonymously . . . members oi previous year act as judges . . . . . . As in 1937, Tusitala this year sponsored the publication The Oriole ...... Meetings are varied and interesting . . . horror stories . . . personalized valentines . . . plays and other creative eiiorts are read and criticized ...... The aim of Tusitala is to help talented students acquire a mature and polished literary style . . . 1 YB. One Hundred Thirty-seven President . . . . RobertBeatty Adviser. . . Mr. Donald G. Enoch l-llf Varsity Club lwolds meetings in December, lVlarcl1, April, and June ...... llmis organization open to any boy wlwo lwas won a Varsity Letter at Newton I-liglw Scliool ...... Prominent Figures in tlwe atlwletic world have entertained tlwe club during tlie past year . . . among tlxese were 'lSvvede" Nelson and Bill Binglwam ol l-larvard . . . Joe Labilslci and l-lenry -loczlowsld ol Boston College . . . and Jim Brett, tlwe radio sports announcer . . . . . . llwe purpose ol tlwis club is to serve as a clearing liouse For ideas and suggestions For tlwe betterment ol all sports at Newton l-liglw Sclwool . . . mall One l-lundred Thirty-eight Advism - -imsimiitittizrgttfd VERSE-SPEAKING CI-ICDIR RAL reading oi poetry is the chief activity of the Choir . . . girls divided according to texture of voice-lovv or dark section-high or light . . . solo performers as vvell as chorus interpret the poems ...... Meetings held once a vveel4 during Wednesday home room period . . . attempt to improve voice tone . . . . . . Highlight of the year . . . 'il l-lear America Singing" program . . . performances, May 18, at National parent-Teachers' Association Convention . . . National Education Association Con- vention, June 30 . . . Nevv England Educational Policies Conven- tion at Nevvton, May 5 . . . program for Nevvton, May Q3 . . . Choir greatly honored by participation in this series ...... Also toolc part in the annual Christmas Vespers Service . . One Hundred Thirty-nine N H -Arm ATHLETICS W One Hundred Forty-one 'ik FCDCDTBALI. Captain. ....... Robert Beatty Coach . ..... Mr. Owen McDowell Managers . Joseph Waterman, William Woods Lettermen August Avantaggio, Joseph Beatty, Robert Beatty CCaptainj, William Betz, Robert Bleiler, Wendall Booth, Frank Brock, John Brown, Charles Coyer, John Fahey, Philip Fessenden, Edson Forbes, Charles French, William l-lealy, William l-looper, Allan l-lugo, William Kalousdian, Richard Lowry, Kenneth McCarthy, George Norcross, George Paterson, William Rangnow, Alfred Savignano, Larry Tempesta, Philip Teschner, Norman Williams. Team Record Newton 'I3 Woburn O O Newton Quincy 7 Newton O Everett 'I 4 Newton 'I 3 Brockton 7 Newton O Lynn Classical Q0 Newton 7 Medford 6 Newton 6 Fitchburg 6 Newton O Waltham O Newton 6 Brookline '13 lDED by fine spirit of school and able leadership of Bob Beatty, Newton has most successful season in years . . . overcomes Brockton, Woburn, and Med- ford . . . Waltham game, most disputed of year, ends in scoreless tie . . . eastern co-champs Everett and Classical have diffi- culty in winning Newton games ...... leam loses spirited Brookline game 'l3-6 . . . . . . Johnson and Knapman continue sterling work as assistant coaches ...... Night game at Lynn leads coming year . . . hopes run high for 'l94'l championship. . Ll Ll - One Hundred Forty-two UINTET coached by "Bev" Wilson turnsin noteworthy performance . . . handicapped by loss ot live men at mid- season ...... Team record oi six victories and eight deleats represents many last minute decisions . . . hard schedule eclipses otherwise outstanding season . . . . . . Teschner lends moral support as Captain . . . Beatty, Doherty sharp- shoot all year . . . Coyer, Lowry, Devlin batlle opponents with deception, speed . . . . . . Night game with Waltham proves real thriller . . . Medford, Cam- bridge, Watertown decisively crushed . . . . . . Mr. Knapman introduces foul shooting contest . . . Coach McDowell leads J. Vfs through successful season . . . Coyer awarded gold basketball For prize ...... Cheer leaders, close proximity ol band arouse more enthusiasm . . . . . . Co-Captains-elect, Lowry, Dev- lin to head new material from Sophomore squad in 194Q . . . school spirit gratifying to players and coaches alilce. BASKETBALL Captain ........ Phillip Teschner Coach ....... Mr. Beverley Wilson Manager . . ..... Nunzio Piselli Lettermen Robert Beatty, Charles Coyer, Thomas Devlin, George Doherty, Richard Lowry, Phillip Teschner CCaptainD. Team Record Newton Quincy Newton Medford Newton Cambridge Newton Rindge Newton Arlington Newton Waltham Newton Cambridge Newton Rindge Arlington Medford Watertown Brookline Waltham Newton Newton Newton Newton Q8 36 Q5 '15 96 '15 32 41 30 Q7 30 39 Newton Q6 Brookline Q9 31 Q3 QQ 32 28 33 44 Q9 Q8 Q7 32 43 Newton Q0 Q4 Q. "' Ll LI One Hundred Forty-three l-ICDCKEV Co-Captains . , Joseph Beatty, Phillip Fessenden Coach ....... Mr. C. Evan Johnson Lettermen Joseph Beatty CCo-Captainb, Francis Carvelli, Stanley Collinson, John Corcoran, Foster Ellingwood, Ray Eusden, Phillip Fessenden CCo-Captainj, Charles French, David Hunting, William MacMillan, Guy Monroe, Herbert Muther, Robert White. Schedule Newton 4 Arlington 'I Newton 1 Melrose 4 Newton S2 Stoneham 1 Newton 4 Belmont Q Newton 3 Cambridge 'I Newton 1 Medford O Newton Q Rindge 3 Newton 4 Arlington 3 Newton Q Melrose Q Newton 'l Stoneham O Newton 7 Belmont Q Newton 'l Cambridge 4 Newton 2 Medford 7 Newton 2 Rindge O Will OACH Johnson completes another successful year . . . guides sextet to second place in Greater Boston League . . . . . . Co-Captains Fessenden and Beatty set spirited examples lor team . . . lead Grange and Blacl4 through nine victories ...... Squad twice crushes Arlington, Belmont, Stoneham . . . cli- maxes grand season by overwhelming Bindge ...... Fessenden copes scor- ing honors with sixteen goals . . . Collin- son, Corcoran play dazzling games on the ollensive . . . Beatty, French, Monroe ex- cel at defense . . . Mclfenna outdoes himsell at the net ...... Newton well represented in All-Star games . . . Mr. Cutting due untold credit for valuable aid ...... Co-Captains-elect French and Monroe return in 'I941-1942. . . strong team predicted lor next season . . i"i":j.I Ll "- ' One Hundred Forty-four H CDN" ENGCH worlcs wonders with four veteran tracl4sters and new material . . . "Terriers" rapidly improve as season progresses ...... Entire squad gains poise, experience in dual meets . . . practice contest with Medford successful ...... Annex sixth place in both State and Bowdoin meets . . . lose Hheartbrealcersu to Malden and Lowell . . . strong winners at Broolcline . . . amass eleven points to tie for fourth at Andover . . . . . . Captain Mover, Ray l'lunting, Phil Walsh, Bill Rangnow, Ted Wood-all stand-out performers . . . Manager Robin- son runs TOOO successfully ...... Mr. Boyle immensely aids high jumpers , . . shot putters owe thanlcs to Mr. Consodine . . . . . . Boys enjoy season as much as if undefeated . . . gratifyingly large num- ber of returning lettermen insure great hopes for 1942. INDGOR TRACK Captain ......... Eliot Mover Coach . . , . . Mr. Donald Enoch Manager . .... . David Robinson Lettermen Warren Baldwin, Paul Coburn, l-larry Greenwood, Norman Hale, Warren Houston, Raymond Hunting, Charles l-lycle, Eliot Mover CCaptainD, William Rang- now, Dana Robinson, Gordon Thomas, George Thompson, Phillip Walsh, Theodore Wood. Team Record Newton 34 Malden 43 Newton 49 Brookline E28 Newton 'loth at Northeastern Meet Newton 37 Lowell 40 Newton ties for oth in State Meet 1 Newton ties for 4th at Andover lnterscholastics Newton ties for 6th in Bowdoin lnterscholastics One l-l undred Forty-five Captain T Manager . Coach . . B A SKI TEAM . . . . .Mr.DanielWillard Varsity Norman Williams Durham Priestly Richard Boulter Roger Reidy Philip Thayer John Townsend Parker Reidy Theodore Rand Intermediate August Klein William l-losley Walter Phillips Junior Charles Gregg, Jr. David Clark Cort Mather Robert Wood Herbert Marcus Aaron Jones Townsend Cushman ALILI' One l-lundred Forty-six EWTCDN l-llGl-l SCHOOL Ski Teams undefeated in dual meets since T936 ...... Six successes in 'l94'l . . . . . . Mount l"lood Winter Carnival, Melrose . . . twenty-four schools com- peting, Newton was First in the jump . . . the downhill team won second place, in the three mile cross-country race Williams won third place, and Richard Boulter, Fourth ...... First Annual Newton l-ligh School lnterscholastic Sl4i Meet, Commonwealth Country Club, Found the Mount l-lood leaders again in competition . . . Results: Newton TO, Arlington 5, Wellesley 5, Melrose 3, Stoneham 'I . . . . . . At Rowder I-lill Mountain, Woburn, Captain Norman Williams won the Class B Junior Jump conducted under the auspices of the Eastern United States Slci Association with a breath-taldng leap of eighty-two feet from a Field ol twenty- Five contestants ,..... Slciing excellent training lor national defense ...... SKOAL! l I ELL-ROUNDED team boosts Newtonls hopes ...... Forbes, Fessenden, Ravinsld, and Norcross return from among last year's lettermen ...... Early sea- son ieatures tremendous hitting-power and inspirational leadership ol Captain Forbes . . . stellar pitching of Ravinslci, general aggressive play of Byrne stand out . . . . . . Great team-worl4 bodes well for Newton's chances in Suburban League race . . . BASEBALL Coach . ..... Mr. Lucius P. Jones Captain. . ...... Edson Forbes Managers . . William Wood, Gerald Doherty Varsity Squad Edson Forbes CCaptainD, Walter Ravinski, Philip Fessenden, George Norcross, Charles French, Everett Olds, Edward King, Jack Keating, Borden Mosher, William Moan, Richard Gleason, Donald Chalmers, Robert Walker, Louis Paulino, William Byrne, William Spiers, and Fred Pope. Schedule Newton Arlington 'I5 Newton 'I Waltham 4 Newton Cambridge 9 Newton 'I Rindge 'I Newton 'I Brookline 7 Newton Arlington Newton Waltham Newton Cambridge Newton Rinclge Newton Brookline One I-lundred Forty-seven it islgis M ig 4 OUTDGGR TRACK Captain .......... Eliot Mover Coach ........ Mr. Donald Enoch Point Winners Cto Datel Tom i-larris, William l-looper, Richard Klein, Stanley Merrill, Eliot Mover, Phillip Walsh, Ray l-lunting, Chick l-lyde. YK H ERRIERSH tal4e to the cinder path . . . continue to improve outoldoors . . . quiclqly prepare to lace the schedule . . . . . . Coached by Don Enoch, squad captures second at Worcester interscholas- tics . . . strength in Field events runs up 175 points ...... Mover, Klein, Walsh, l-larris, l-looper, promising squad members . . . l-lunting, l'-lyde prove to be last in dashes ...... Newton host to Boston English, Malden, Worcester Classical . . . relinquishes First place to Boston English . . . loses thrilling relay contest ...... l-lunting excels in dash, broad jump . . . Mover, l-lyde, Thomas, Rangnovv help to increase points ...... Steady improvement from beginning ol indoor season points tovvard Future suc- cesses . . . insures great year lor 1941-49 . . . all - One l-lundred Forty-eight lv g isis aww ETERAN squad starts another strong season . . . endeavors to maintain six-year record ol victories . . . plays to a draw with Milton . . . vanquishes Huntington and Worcester ...... Coach "Walt" Taylor aids squad members to improve . . . emphasizes accuracy, ex- perience . . . Mr. Clarlt helps second team with valuable hints ...... Cap- tain Collinson heads admirably balanced squad . . . Jaclc Lynch, Bill Powers, Diclc Lowry excel in power, slcill . . . Peabody, Wood, and Woods complete well rounded squad ...... Team should Finish un- defeated . . . continues to uphold high standards ol Newton . . . TENNIS Captain. .... Stanley Collinson Coach . . .... Mr. Walter Taylor Manager ........ Dana Robinson Varsity Squad Stanley Collinson CCaptainD, Richard Lowry, Jack Lynch, Arthur Peabody, William Powers, Theodore Wood, William Woods. A Schedule Newton 4 Milton Academy 4 Newton 9 l-luntington School O Newton 7 Worcester Academy Q Newton 9 M. I. T. Freshman O Newton Haverhill Newton Everett Newton Winchester Newton Quincy Newton in State lnterscholastics Newton Melrose Newton Brookline One Hundred Forty-nine GOLF Coach . . .... Mr. Thomas Walters Squad George Curley, Douglas Teschner, Richard Boynton, Parker Reidy, Joseph Difieorge, Charles MacDonald, and Al Cavanaugh. Schedule Newton Vg Belmont 'I M Newton 4M Arlington 4M Newton 7 Lexington Q Newton 75 Watertown 192 Newton 873 Waltham M Newton 'SM Brookline ISV2 Newton 4M Belmont 4M Newton 6M Arlington QM Newton Lexington Newton Watertown Newton Waltham Newton Brookline ik One Hundred Fifty XAMPLE set by 1940 team lollowed by this year's squad ...,.. Most of squad new recruits . . . lVlacDonald only returning player . . . group paced by young Sophomore star, George Curley . . . . . . Chances lor retaining State Championship seem strong ...... proves outstanding year lor cheer leaders . . . under capable leadership ol Herbert Rosenberg several new formations and cheers devised . . . . . . Newton High during lootball season holds First rally in decades. . . follows this with hoclcey rally . . . con- cludes with spring sports rally .,.... Eine achievements ol cheer leaders re- warded by presentation of special letters . . . Cl-lEER LEADERS Cheer Leaders Emil Moschella Herbert Rosenberg Leon Schwarz John Nevin Theodore Ebell Glenwood Mc Donald Robert Macpherson Walter Phillips H A One Hundred Fifty-one FIELD I-IGCKEV Coach ........ Miss Jean Aubrey Honorary Varsity Ann Nardone, Connie Wilson, Erma Nightingale, Ann Barton, l-larriet Dodge, Letitia Doten, Patricia Rowe, Elinore Young, Jean Goodwin, Velia Mandile, Carolyn Gentile. Second Varsity Phyllis Bower, Etfie McLean, Winifred Smith, Eleanor Kelly, Clara Pescosolido, Helen Weise, Betty Harrigan, Pearl Jonah, Connie Fanning, Leslie Flynn, Catherine Keele, Eleanor Gallagher, Nilda Palombo. Q. MONG the First sports started in the Fall, Field l-locl4ey is one ol the most popular activities in the after-school program . . . practices in technique must precede all competition . . . Sophomore, Junior, and Senior class teams chosen . . . captained by Winilred Smith, Carolyn Gentile, and Ann Nardone, respectively . . .Juniors win inter-class tournament . . . . . . Class teams compete with Need- ham, Brooldine, and Wellesley ...... Several girls represent Newton at l.asell Play Day, sponsored by the Boston Field l'loclcey Association ...... Alumnae contest extremely exciting . . . Newton triumphs over graduates in end . . . powerful faculty team overcomes two of the class squads and ties the third ...... l-lonorary varsity and second team selected at close ofthe season . . . 1.lLI"'l """"' One Hundred Fifty-two lNll'l-lL,lSlASl'lC response to the call lor sharp shooters and guards ...... Opportunity open to every girl to learn principles ol the game and to play on a team ...... Following regular practices in technique, class teams chosen lor annual tournament . . . Sophomores captained by Rose Forte, Juniors by Peggy lower, and Seniors by Ann Nardone . . . Juniors rose from competition to be declared victors ...... Each ol class squads op- posed by corresponding teams from Med- lord, Watertown, Needham, and Waltham . . . . . . No competition for honorary varsity selected at close ol season . . . GIRLS' BASKETBALL Coach ....... Miss Marywells Leiter Sophomore Squad Rose Bodozian, Carol Donavan, Pose Forte, Erlie McLean, Mary Phillips, Winnie Smith, Pose Tocce, Marilyn Van Gunday. Junior Squad Ann Barton, Alice Bodozian, Shirley Crafts, l-larriet Dodge, Letitia Doten, Carolyn Gentile, Pat Rowe, Peggy Tower. Senior Squad Phyllis Bower Grace Fisher, Jean Goodale, Pearl Jonah, Martha Myrick, Ann Nardone, Louise Mc- Manus, Barbara Seymour. Managers Margaret Paquin, Velia Mandile. YS i A " " " LI Lfl' One Hundred Fifty-three MQDERN DANCING Coach ..... . . Miss Jean Aubrey Q. l 1J'LI' " One Hundred Fifty-four l-llf ever-popular modern dancing con- tinues to attract hosts ol girls each winter . . . . . . Careful study ol technique . . . Svving, sustained, and percussive move- ments . . . original dance compositions stressed ...... Besides being a very important part ol the Girls' physical Educa- tion Demonstration, the dance group enter- tained at the National Convention ol the Parent-Teachers' Association in Boston and at various other large gatherings ...... The modern dancing is, without doubt, the most popular of all the activities open to the lairer sex. HENEVER the alternoons in the fall and spring are fair, racqueteers may pe seen on the high school tennis courts . . . . . . Continual practice . . . varsity team chosen to participate in the competition with Brookline, Watertown, and Medlord . . . . . , ln addition, the poys oflNlewton and Brookline joined with the girls of their respective schools and the mixed doubles match resulted in a most interesting contest . . . . . . All tennis players urged to report for lun and exercise . . . competi- tion plays minor part in comparison with sportsmanship . . . GIRLS' TENNIS Manager ........ Elinore Young Coach . . .... Miss Maryvvells Leiter Tennis Squad Pat Turchon, Marjorie Keary, Lorene Pyatt, Kay Cotter, Barbara Peabody, Jean Thumim, Ann Merrill, Jane Mansfield, Betty Jane Goss, Dorothy l-lunter, Julie l-loblitzell, Betsy Mitchell. YL One Hundred Fifty-Five INTRCDDLICTION TO INTRA-MURAI. SPORTS ACH year the intra-mural sports are urged more and more . . . to provide an opportunity for more girls to participate . . . to develop a greater feeling of sportsmanship between the classes. . . to encourage girls who have never played before or who may not be slcilllul enough to mal4e a varsity team ...... Since each activity is scheduled on different afternoons, the girls may enjoy more than one. ARCHERY Coach . . .... Mrs. Grace Kuntz Manager . ..... Mary Guiney LL girls urged to report afternoons during the Fall and the spring seasons . . . . . . Beginners and old-timers in- vited ...... Newcomers initiated with instruction on stringing and holding a bow, QA L1 Ll "" One Hundred Fifty-six then the correct shooting position, fol- lowed with the opportunity to shoot . . . More experienced archers start earlier to aim for the "bull's eyen ..., .. Girls enjoy keeping scores and comparing accomplishments . . . BADMINTCDN Coach ..... Miss F. Claramond Harper N both the winter and spring seasons, the "birdie" is kept in the air .... . . Badminton enthusiasts match their slcill against fellow classmates ...... Clean, exciting competition retains lceen interest at high pitch . . .singles and doubles tournaments prove very popular ...... Whether indoors in the winter or outdoors in the spring, the co-eds of Newton l'ligh enjoy the sporting exercise arlorded by Badminton. BOWLING Coach ..... Miss E. Claramond Harper HE newest sport in the girls' athletic program hailed by a group of about ninety enthusiastic girls ...... Large numbers of Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors haunt the Garden City Bowling Alleys during the winter season ...... Juniors boast oi highest individual scorer, Lillian Raphaelian ...... Because of great interest shown this First year, bowling will undoubtedly be considered one ol the regular winter activities. BASEBALL Coach . . .... Miss Jean Aubrey T'S a hitl ...... Very often during the spring season, the sound of the bat strilcing the ball is heard on the girls' athletic Field ...... Many feminine batters show interest . . . all those who report have a chance to play ...... ln order not to be outdone by the boys, the girls show increased interest as well as improvement in skill . . . TABLE TENNIS J Coach ....... Mrs. Grace Kuntz OPULAR, but, For some reason, previously unrecognized ...... Great interest shown by girls of all classes ..... Ladder tournament provides excitement in competition . . . each contestant must challenge the girl directly above her on the ladder, and, in this way, the better players reach the top rung ...... During the winter season, anyone near the girls' gym can hear the ticl4-tocl4 ol the ball as it is hit across the net . . . SOCCER Coach ..... Miss Claramond Harper HEN Soccer gets started in the fall, enthusiasm runs high . . . class groups immediately Formed . . . Rose Bodozian captains the Sophomores, Carolyn Gentile the Juniors, and Ann Nardone the Seniors ...... Most of the essen- tials of the game mastered by actual play . . . . . . Season brought to close with an inter-class tournament . . . Juniors rise victorious . . . squad consists oi Anne Barton, Barbara Bedford, Alice Bodozian, Harriet Dodge, Letitia Doten, Leslie Flynn, Eleanor Gallagher, Carolyn Gentile, Velia Mandile, Helen Manter, Doris Perlcins, Audrey Pinkham, Rena Topping, and Elinore Young . . . One Hundred Fifty-seven gil .7-LF FEATURES One Hundred Fifty-eight One Hundred Fifty-nine ' f' M 4 . .I ' fx ,ii ' 'f . .' ' Ji- gmt I X ,, ,-L3-ffl-5 .5 km . Wi- g-Y - V . .... 1 Q 4.22162 new 1. , "XYZ ., i.,L:I'gz"', . ww 'Q - nlfsgvz' T . i X X5 . , QQ ISP f W 1 , rs Q' " P ' L vb W- wQ fs 5' Q , f f f 1 A Q Most Athletic FriendIiest Most Versatile Best Looking Best Dressed 1. JOSEPH BEATTY 1. THEODORE EBEL 1. PHILIP TESCHNER 1. ROBERT HAILER 1. RICHARD BOYNTON I Q. ROBERT BEATTY SZ. WILLIAM RANGNOW Q. ROBERT BEATTY 9. RICHARD HAYDEN 2. ROBERT HAILER X F75 A ,,, .-QC' V .LVN 7 4 'I ligky- ' QQ 'E fo 7 f 1 New ' ew D c Q A G14 ' -11615:-, A0 W Q11 X DQR ,ff X 7 J Qin' Q- F jd X ,, ss Q, JO Q ' Q . M p sd xl Q O f 1-- 2 .. J 5 sy Most Athletic X ga IiII'Wff - V 4 P t 1 uf IQ? JS f P Iii L-.gk N0 yum af eg U S Q Dx SENIOR xy EE 4, ggi? '43 uh is Friendliest Most Versatile Best Looking Best Dressed 1. IRMA NIGHTINGALE 1. LORRAINE MANCHESTER 1. BARBARA PEABODY 1. CLAIRE SILVA 1. MARGERY MacNEIL Q. ANN NARDONE 2. JANE MANSFIELD Q. JANE MANSFIELD Q. MARGERY MacNEIL 2. CONSTANCE OUINT LI LI One Hundred Sixty Most Practical 1. DONALD HOLMES 9. STETSON MICK Finest Sense of Humor 1. JASON STARR 9. THEODORE EBEL Most Popular 1. ROBERT BEATTY 2. JOSEPH BEATTY Done Most for Senior Class 1. STETSON MICK 9. ROBERT BEATTY Most Likely to Succeed 1. GEORGE SHERIDAN Q. STETSON MICK QED I af J O I - VV rf 62' I Qdv iv lv--.f Q , . , if in SUPERLATIVES 1 V fffff 1' - B cw.. by .gg U31 v U I A 1' my 'S Cvfglj M Q Yi I Qi. WI 'M 4 'W .1 an I is . A 12 I I w MOSI PODUIGF Finest Sense of Humor Most Practical 1. JANE MANSFIELD 1. JEAN DOYLE 1. MARGA KENT Q. JOAN FOX 9. LORRAINE MANCHESTER 9. BARBARA PEABODY -943' IMost Likely to Succeed 1, JACOUELINE MacLEAN Q. JANE MANSFIELD YB Done Most for Senior Class 1. THALIA WESTON SZ. JANE MANSFIELD LIL! One Hundred Sixty-one ft 11.51 ' -. ,gf . - WIA an gg L, . yf' A4-lic: A R -ini -153 f"' 31,61 11. '. IL if . Most Popular Best Looking Finest Sense of Humor Most Athletic 1, RQGER REIDY 1, JOHN KELLAR 'l. WILLIAM POWERS 'I. WILLIAM HEALY Q. WILLIAM HOOPER 2. WILLIAM HOOPER 2. THOMAS DEVLIN 9. GEORGE NORCROSS Friendliest 1. RODNEY PARKER Q. ROGER REIDY JUNIOR SLIPERLATIVES Most Popular Best Looking Finest Sense of Humor Most Athletic 1. AUDREY QLJILTY 1. NANCY CARPENTER 1. JUUA HQBUTZELL 1. SHIRLEY CRAFTS Q. SHIRLEY CRAFTS Q. AUDREV QUILTYH Q, BARBARA BQLI-ING 2. CARCDLINE GENTILE XXIII -- ..- One Hundred Sixty-two Friendliest 'l. ELIZABETH MCGININIS 2. JULIA HOBLITZELL ...X I el ly, 5,542 .ill oy, fr' -V X! me I Most Popular Best Looking Finest Sense of Humor Most Athletic Friendliest 1. LEE BARTHOLD 1, GILBERT HAMLIN 1. DOUGLAS TESCHNER 1. JOSEPH INCOVATI 1. EARL TOWNE 2. GILBERT HAMLIN Q, EDWARD WYMAN 2. EARL TOWNE Q. RICHARD KENNEDY Q. JOHN DORFMAN SOP!-ICDIVIORE SUPERLATIVES 'w 4? Most Popular Best Looking Finest Sense of Humor Most Athletic Friendliest 1. PORTIA JACKSON 1. HELEN HARDY 1. HELEN DUFF 1. JEAN GOODWIN 1, ROBERTA DALEY 9. HELEN HARDY 2. EMILY BARBER Q. ELIZABETH BERNT 9. WINIFRED SMITH Q. MARCIA JONES YL --' uu- One Hundred Sixty-three THU P BOOKED FOR ONE WEEK ENGAGEMENTS DURING THE 1941 SUMMER SEASON 'TOTEM POLE BALLROOM NORUMBEGA PARK One Hundred Sixtylfomjr QLQLE THE NEW NITE E NQSRMPSUQ, AND -IEQLMQ5-IEAO PUBLICATIONS varsity cf--H H WWA BMQRY. "'fvLQ'XWV yKG2g:'Fee'B0 d El Cf' . wer redo yy, Yr , - QW QRS. HY ects ark Busmess smug oflfixk aj. cus", u mj.fQ1'l35-. f N - re-51.22251 , A ,rwgfRsmWgSYuq,txNi-XQQM,flflyfalv self 0 U ewtoye For 1940 pdyemgasppnwmdssxs new Emgon gi!!! 00y6m,Qr,fgQgg3gQThalra Weston Named News Editor, U 1 W ly Af Barham P93h0dY ASSBIZIIE , TS r-ERI? MH- l0 Mm - - Edrtor of Newt nian ooroo wdsou oouooomm A Re V T0 orsemgfds rffirsof, USE or BASKETBMUURNA Arrlrrlesr for my Plglys 1 oruorrsrorrro rr intra-Mora! Bomoemm Hem 840,109 Urgalr? 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S I U V rrrwrorr nrmrsm '-fl ls, 'W Basis' SX B, P05750 0Ni0ll0l40SlllP5:H 'srorrrrwr mm .rom r!:c,,,..vfe,gggg,:.'i'kr r doors x Ha X yu I-ll " LU " """ W' soom will 2n':::gfQf'gg:een'j' s"f'-1 If Ulf! rxosr rooWMdrRr:d.s.MNFVIIUN WINQQ. "'!','more eeffw,ff"f0f"52fr52q5e rd dxsrord wrrrr endgsmm B usr vrrrrs oorourrrs Nejgm, , r use H.. . unw AT lHGESt AS DRAMA CLUB PLAY ru-eors' Assrrrorr nrrns row Meg-gg nfwroruru srrrrgmwn and winggottom C0 r """fS.sc,,'gg3,,,, worrrurro nano orr . . . ' . wmmlmfzelxwgg x3:Q,,.u3,,0fg1:3,,i,,,,I mn noon 4 Starred ln Hlstorrcyroductlon Y U I rw :r.r.+.r.. rurmrsrronn smcrsn Kem' warshaw, Kg and Wyman - I r.r u One Hundred Sixty-Five CLAIRE SILVA PAULA KNIGHT BEVERLY FAIRWEATHEI2 MAIZGERY MacNEIL ROSE ANN COMPQSTO 1 I 1. MCST BEAUTIFUL GIRLS LORRAINE ANTONUCCI REBECCA CQNNOLLY RRISCILLA PARKER BERYL PERRY OFELIA CARNEJQ One Hundred Sixty-six fff,,wM""' M 1, M... "" LJ LI Une Hundred Slxty-seven YL CLASS PRGPI-IECV By the curb of oak-lined Walnut, By the corners of that and Elm, Stands the buildings oi Newton l-ligh School With Raymond Green still at the helm. There the smiling class adviser Who knew them all that fateful year, Turns the pages of a history, And from her eye there slides a tear. She reads in horror oi a brutal murder Of a bookie, Stet Mick by name, Done by cruel Killer Yarlott, Who reached the height ol gangland lame. While in another part of town, The Beatty Bros., now football pros, Throw to the winds their training rules, To follow Don Knapp's Floor shows - Starring several glamour girls, As Barbara Kehn, and Dottie Cox Dancing 'round, arm in arm With Betty l'larlow and Joan Fox. Many cars had old Don Koughan Shined in Coyer's Motor Mart, While the owner took Don's money And tried to win Jean Byers' heart By taking her to Teschner's Tavern, And Filling her with Carl Clarkis Ale. There Avantaggio served them courses The like of which would turn one pale. And across the swanky rue At the Club Abercrombie Slaves the bar-man, William l-lill, Cn his newest triple Zombie. ln the streets on summer evenings Drives the smiling David l-lackett, Looking smart and feeling dapper ln his snowy Good l-lumor jacket. Down in the shoppe ol Polly Lewis, Showing oii a mink or seal, Cr creation by La Thornton, ls the model, Margery MaclNleil. l'lession, Thompson, and Vanl2oosen Publish papers that sure are 'lbeautsfi Starring features, sports, and essays, And in oft seasons, sell cheap suits. Teddy Ebel is the end man Cn a chain-gang down Georgia way, And itwas thanks to Flatioot Doten That the guy was put away. The crack pilot Charlie Skinner Was forced down in great alarm lnto a Field of blooming bunions Which are the crop of Don l'lolmes's Farm. Edson Forbes and Wild Bill Byrne, Both of Dodgers fame, Have jinxed the chances of a pennant By battling over some young dame. 1.1 Lf One Hundred Sixty-eight CLASS PRQPHECV-Continued Seen by G-girl Barbara Banks, Was music expert, Marga Kent, With the jazz-Fiend Richard Bolin, Cn some opera both intent, Conducted by EI Maestro l-lyatt, With pianist Merrill looking sharp, Plus Bob Fisher at the drums, And Bill Rangnow at the harp. Far across the sparkling waters l-lerr l'litler sees a victory born, For his bombers now are governed By air-marshall Jimmy l-lorn. George Sheridan is an artist, Russ Fleming drives a cab, Nat Bigelow is a iour-star actress, And Warren Baldwin runs a lab. Claire Silva is a dancer And, look that isn't all - Betsy Blake, a well known singer, With Laneya l"leath and Marigould Paul. Mauler l-loughton Fights the Angel Tonight at Madison Square. The feller really ain't no angel, l'le's Bob Walker minus hairl Barbara l3eabody's hunting lions, l-ler guide is fearless Jason Starr, But when the critters start a-roaring, One will see him running iar. Betty Bicknell and Pat Allen Both are pretty nurses. Charlie Brown earns his board By collecting dough in churches. Joe Steianiak leads his strikers Against l-lerb l2osenberg's concern Which manufactures all the garments Worn by stylish Karyl Kern. A politician is l.eon Schwarz - An alderman his goal. And Now Bob l-lailer's running That famous -lurchon Poll. Sumner Feldberg sells gasoline, Dick Davenport stutis thrushes, John Qsgood goes from door to door Selling Fuller Brushes. Thalia Weston taste-tests Bromos, M. Farnsworth does her work With Jane Mansfield and "Fuss" Parker As an insurance clerk. And there are loads oi others ln ditierent Fields and places Whom you would recognize at once By their names and Faces. But tempus always lugits onward, And though we've just begun, This is all we've room to tell you Oi that class of ,forty-one. By LEG J. HESSIGN. ULN LJ LI One Hundred Sixty-nine MASSACI-IUSETTS STATE CAMERA CLUB CCDNTEST Exhibited at North Eastern University, Apr!I, 'I941 X "AUTUMN FRUIT" BY EUGENE DANIELS THDATINGH BY EUGENE DANIELS BWBRANCI-IES" BY KENNETH CANFIELD 3 I x ,, I ,Sig 'Q A4 lf. 1' Uv 3"-. 5 1. qw I I i I IJ I ZHMY PRAYER" BY EUGENE DANIELS TEHCONCENTRATION BY EUGENE DANIELS T" BOB" BV KENNETH CANFIELD Prizewinning Pictures in State Camera Club Trophy 'I'Secon:I Successive Winning of Annual Trophy C43, '4'IJ One Hundred Seventy SPECIALTIES GF THE SPECIALS! "'GIVE A LITTLE WHISTLE" 'TI' " 'I NEW ENGLAND GREETS OLD ENGLAND .Q ' Q' . . . . 5 ,.I , Q - FJ.-41 , l.,1e7gi:,5.f1 THE BRAINS OF THE OUTFITH WXT One Hundred Seventy-one .,. n,f,':1A 1.1 L1 Crue Hundred Seventy-two ws, ' Y 3 4 e 3 TT3T'?5"'ffL" ii? 1 if 1 W Q 'ex 2 ff ,Q .Q In K' six i Vw 1 1 ,i r 453: ,L,. iw' 2 wg,-,, W 4 , ,fm f 4, H zwiwwyzig 2 ' , I L W' .fa wg. A 'Q '- M ' - I 2. U. .. pipe ' W xxffi c up, fx w""Wf! , ff, 3 Q., 1" Iyf'vf6c.vw:awMW, M t ' . Q fl -1 AUL1 is A S 'M' 3, 12,12 755,111-xAf,,k1 V . . .4 ., 14' ffm Q ,4- A. V , , W' ,M Q zu ui wh Q ww gxgfgl wi- .- Y A fairy, wiv? N, , A ' ' Q ff 'f-,VL W Q M xii. . 5 Wmwwwmmgwff- f QNWA-ff: .,,, 7 '. - -:ll V " f W1 X X , X , W ' 'Ti ' QM WZ X 4? ,., A :A 5 AZLH.. .. U U . One Hundred Seventy-three Q. One Hundred Seventy-four JESSIE A. SOUTI-IAIQD N March fourteenth our teacher and our Friend, Miss Jessie Southard, died at the Palmer Memorial l-lospital. l-ler Friends had paid her constant tribute in visits and in Flovvers. Throughout her illness she laced the inevitable vvith unbroken spirit and never for a moment lost her interest here at school. A Vermonter by birth, she was educated at Bellows Academy, the University of Vermont and at l-larvard. Throughout her subse- quent teaching experience Miss Southard busied herself with drama- tics as faculty adviser ol the Neophytes, and she originated, in this school, the Verse-Speaking Choir vvherein her etforts never ceased. She was a living example of the ideals which she set for her pupils and which she helped them to maintain in all their vvorlc. il LI Ll One Hundred Seventy-five PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS ILASEILIL .lunl iit cotttoia TWO-YEAR COURSES FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES: Academic studies with English, Foreign Language, History or Science as a major, Home Economics with Clothing or Foods as a major. Secretarial Science. Art, including Drawing and painting, Fashion Design, Commercial Art, Interior Decora- tion, Arts and Crafts. Merchandising. Dramatics. Photography. Music. SPECIAL STUDENTS: A limited number of qualified students may arrange courses of concentrated ettort along certain lines, with the same privileges and advantages as girls in the regular courses. For Catalog Address Auburnclale, Massachusetts NEWTON MCDTCJR SALES CCD. 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CARROLL Perfumer 331 WALNUT STREET, NEWTONVILLE LASeII 8380 U COMPLETE LINES Lentheric H. H. Ayer Rubinstein Elmo Elizabeth Arden Yardley Max Factor, etc. FEATURING AT ALL TIMES The Newest and Smartest Wearing Apparel Q lVlAlXlDELL'S The Store for Men and Boys 3'l'l WALNUT ST., NEWTQNVILLE . Mpllzk TSW t nder-Grads know us for what we are And we know our Under-Grads and what they like in the way of smart, new campus- styled clothes. Thats why Under-Grads have come to know Kennedys Under-Grad shop as the New England headquarters for the most up-to-date clothes for high school men. KENNEDY'S UNDER GRAD Sl-IOP A LJ I-I GHZ l-lundred Seventytnme YS SIJOUJQPS . . . for the Party For the Dance BOSTON GARDENING CC. WABAN Telephone l.ASell 5566 Telephone LASell 3727 5. BLANCHE FRARY ft Jeczzlzffu J ci on e,j7S Cilfn 66A CHESTNUT STREET WEST NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS O EXPERT OPERATORS TALCOFF'S -. 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W' One-Year Course Executive secretarial training. P" - Summer Course Shorthand and Type- Writing. z5iiEEiEl 'na- Extracurricular activ- Q rf ities. Cultural and social wtf mpg 5 ideals developed. .. I' U 1 - f r tl 'rn' 'li - f fi 4Mi'i !fi?il'P ft'i!p1lF,.3fE I 'li' 1 -K i f -- Qgaghfiilfu .i..i'11'l:i..n. ,i-fr., ...T- ri SQ BEACON STREET ' BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS For catalogue address IRENE FAV, Director All- One l-lundred Eighty Particular People buy their BUTTER and EGGS at MORGAN BROS Creameries NEWTONVILLE NEWTON CENTRE LASeII 4078 LASeII 5315 O We also supply many Schools, Country Clubs, Hospitals, Hotels, Restaurants and Institutions from our WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT Something to Remember I I-IEN you need Iiard- ware or Iwousevvare of the better grade . . . and at prices that are riglwt, you'II Find vvI'1at you vvant at . . . Moore 8: Moore, Inc. H6fdW6l'C 361 CENTRE STREET, NEWTON BIGeIovv 8079-8073 T887 if Safety forSc1vings at T941 WEST NEWTON SAVINGS BANK WEST NEWTON, MASS. ir Savings Accounts Mortgage Money Christmas Club Sale Deposit Boxes Vacation CIub Storage Tax Club Travelers Checks Foreign Drafts Savings Bank Life Insurance B Ic' I-Io Wednesday d S d 8 30 3-OO m 8:30 a m 'IQ OO FROST MOTORS CA D I L LAC OLDSMOBILE SALES and SERVICE O 399 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTON Telephone LASeII 6525 YLII - -I uu One Hundred Eighty-one oairuie s1nERN UNiviERsi'r College of Liberal Arts Offers for young men a broad program of college subjects serving as a foundation for the understand ing of modern culture, social relations, and technical achievement. Students may concentrate in any of the following fields: Biology, Chemistry, Economics- Sociology, English Cincluding an option in Jour- nalisml, and Mathematics-Physics. Varied oppor- College of Engineering Offers for young men curricula in Civil, Mechan- ical fwith Deisel, Air-Conditioning, and Aeronau- tical optionsl, Electrical, Chemical, Industrial Engineering, and Engineering Administration. Classroom study is supplemented by experiment and research in well-equipped laboratories. Degree: Bachelor of Science in the professional field of specialization. tunities available for vocational specialization. Degree: Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts. College of Business Administration Offers for young men six curricula: Accounting, Banking and Finance, Market- ing and Advertising, Journalism, Public Administration, and Industrial Ad- ministration. Each curriculum provides a sound training in the fundamentals of business practice and culminates in special courses devoted to the various professional fields. Degree: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. School of Law OHfers three-year day and four-year evening under- graduate programs leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws. A minimum of two years of college work, or its full equivalent, required for admission to undergraduate programs. Case method of instruction. The School also offers a two-year evening program open to graduates of approved law schools and leading to the degree of Master of Laws. Under- graduate and graduate programs admit men and women. School of Business Offers curricula through evening classes in Account- ing, Industrial Management, Distributive Man- agement, and Engineering and Business, leading to the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in specified fields. Preparation for C. P. A. Exam- inations. A special four-year curriculum in Law and Business Management leading to the Bachelor of Commercial Science degree with appropriate specification is also offered. Shorter programs may be arranged. Co-educational. X Evening Courses of the College of Liberal Arts Certain courses of the College of Liberal Arts are offered during evening hours affording concentration in Economics, English, History and Government or Social Science. A special program preparing for admission to the School of Law is also available. The program is equivalent in hours to one-half the re- quirement for the A.B. or S. B. degree. Associate in Arts title conferred. Co- educational. Co-operative Plan The Colleges of Liberal Arts, Engineering and Business Administration offer day programs for men only, and are conducted on the co-operative plan. After the freshman year, students may alternate their periods of study with periods of work in the employ of business or industrial concerns at ten-week intervals. Under this plan they gain valuable experience and earn a large part of their college expenses. FOR CATALOG -MAIL THIS COUPON AT ONCE NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Director of Admissions Boston, Massachusetts Please send me a catalog of the Q School of Law Q College of Liberal Arts Q Evening School of Business Q College of Engineering Q Day Pre-Legal Program Q College of Business Administration Q Evening-College of Liberal Arts Name .... . . . . . . Address . . . C-B4 1.1 Ll ""' ' - One Hundred Eighty-two Newton Centre Garage O CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE Sales and Service WE SERVICE Au. MAKES OF Q5-I35 GUARANTEED USED CARS 792 BEACON STREET "P Dial Bleelow oaoz Dial LASeII oaoa HAYDEN COSTUME COMPANY J. M. VINE, Proprietor QOS!MVVlQS !O1f' llfle AMATEUR STAGE PLAYS OPERAS 786 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON, MASS. Telephone HANcock 4346 Compliments of, .. Smith .House gnc 500 MEMORIAL DRIVE CAMBRIDGE Compfiments of . .. IDE BROS. WABAN O HOOD'S ICE CREAM CIGARS, CIGARETTES MAGAZINES AND STATIONERY MII l.I L1 One Hundred Eighty-th EDUCATION FOR THE DEFENSE of DEMOCRACY What are YOU planning to do with time next few years of your life? Start your college education for a life-time profession? Work at a trade in a defense job? Many ambitious young people are already combining botlw plans and you can do it too by enrolling at LIFFOLK UNIVERSITY You can attend tlwe evening division of any department and lceep a full-time day job. Or you can attend tlwe morning division and worlc afternoons or evenings on a defense job. Malce tlwese next few years count for sometliing definite in your educational program and at time same time prepare yourself better to serve your country in its program of Defense for Democracy. Tfiirty QOH College scfnolarslwips available to tliose who need financial aid and can meet our scfiolastic standard in competitive examination July 'I, 'IQ-4'I. Only 'I94'l graduates of New England lwiglw sclsiools are eligible. Applications close June 'I5tlw. Send for information. SUFFOLK COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS: 5-yr. day or evening course for A.B. degree. Also special 3-yr. Pre-legal course meeting requirements for entrance to Suffollc Law School. Associate in Arts certificate awarded upon satisfactory completion of6O s.lw. Entrance requirement: 'I5 acceptable units. Cultural and pre-professional programs. SUFFOLK COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM: 5-yr. day or evening course for BS. in J. degree. Practical professional course SUFFOLK COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: 5-yr. day or evening course for BS. in B.A. degree. Majors in accounting, advertising or business management. SUFFOLK LAW SCHOOL: 4-yr. day or evening course for LLB. degree. Entrance requirement: 60 s.l'i. of academic worlc. SUFFOLK GRADUATE SCHOOL OF LAW: Q-yr. evening course for LLM. degree. For LLB. graduates only.i IMPORTANT- High School graduates not eligible to enter Suffolk ILaw School or Suffolk Graduate School of Law without previous academic worlc. OPENING DATE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS .... : . 'SEPTEMBER 22, 1941 Call, write or phone Cflpitol O555 for catalog SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR . DERNE STREET BEACON HILL BOSTON, MASS. LI-LI ti' ' 1 "' One Hundred Eighty-four LL- Ii 1 i 1 1 Bay State Market Established 1921 337A WATERTOWN SI. NEWTON Phones LAS. 1517-1518 SENIORSI "For PracticaI . . . ll BUSIIICSS Tfalhlflg IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION EXECUTIVE - SECRETARIAL SECRETARIAL FINISHING GENERAL BUSINESS call: MRS. CHARLES M. CLARK 183 Dorset Road, Newton phone BIG. 3980 REPRESENTING NEW ENGLAND BUSINESS SCHOOL 470 BOYLSTON STREET, BOSTON co-EDUCATIONAL 1 AND 2 YEAR counsss Start nl' to save For the Iuture ir NEWTON CENTRE SAVINGS BANK TWENTY-FOUR HOUR SERVICE Chestnut I'IiII Garage INCORPORATED 199 Commonwealth Avenue Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 6 T I ph BIG I 5414 5415 0004 ACROSS FROM BOSTON COLLEGE LI LI One Hundred Eighty-Five ROURKE HARDWARE CO.. ' 867 WASHINGTON STREET AUTOMOBILE FINANCING NOW DONE AT YOUR NEWTONVILLE LOCAL BANK If is More Conveniem' O ir NEWTON'S DISTRIBUTOR OF Newton National Bank C 0 L U M B I A 384 CENTRE STREET at NEWTON CORNER B I C Y C L E S A Friendly Bank lor Au The Newton, NEWTON CENTRE MARKET, INC QQ Q0 , ESTABLISH-ED1920 1237 CENTRE STREET - NEWTON CENITRE, MASS 165- 635 E QA iiaeazfsha If I purveyors of F I N E FO O D S to the Newton I-Iigh SCITOOI Cafeterias Phone BIGeIow 4240 LI Lf One I-Iundred Eighty-six fxsx J 'Q Go X ,,-QI ' f at 4 2 I lfl UI I fif k zg tx 2 f oe MOYE CHEVROLET CO. e NEWTON ofzgmfulatef the Clan' of 941 . . AND WOULD LIKE TO SERVE YOU WITH YOUR TRANSPORTATION NEEDS ON YOUR ROAD OF THE FUTURE . . . 431 WASHINGTON STREET DG CongratuIations and Best Wishes to tI1e members Q OI tI'1e graduating c:Iass . . . 9 5sTABL.E1I,Pi846 IT'S I"IO0D'S ICE CREAM "A True incIex of ice cream quality" Qur Iwearty tI1anIcs to tIne entire staff Ior tI1e priviIe3e of Working with tIwem in tIwe production OI tI1e 1941 NEWTONIAN 0 GARDEN CITY PRINT 13 BOYD STREET - NEWTON, MASS. YI II l.I l..I One I-Iundred Eighty-seven Class pl'iOtO8I'f3Dl'i6i'S of The NEXX!TONIAN,1941 HIWTRETQSROMT STUDIO BEACON STREET BROOKLINE MASSACHUSETTS QNGRATULATIQNS to Newton Graduates of T941 . . . and sincere appreciation for the splendid co-operation foi a grand NEWTQNIAN statt .... ir TANDARD PHOTO-ENGRAVING and ELECTROTYPING COMPANY A BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS ERNEST L. NICHOLS A WLT! CLVTLI One Hundred E I1 I1 AUTGGRAPHS .WH I I-I LILI undred Eighty-nin A UL! Hundred AUTOGRAPHS A UTOGl2AP I-IS WH I-I ndred N LILI inely-on ZEN! 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