Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)

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GORES Former Superintendent ofthe Newton Public Schools New Superintendent of the Newton Public Schools MR. RAYMOND A. GREEN DR. C. ELWOOD DRAKE Principal Assistant Principal 3 192 Io STERLING L. WILLIAMS Qur Loyal Friend and Teacher We the Class oi Nineteen I-lundred Fifty Aiiectionately Dedicate this Book Mr. Williams, soon to retire from his position as adviser oi the yearbook, has served the Newtonian iaithiully ior QQ years. I-lis editors-in-chiei vvill long remember his never- ending patience and sound advice. All have ielt that worlcing with him has been an invaluable experience. pictured on the next page, all the past editors, one novv a college president, another the vice-president oi a radio netvvorlc, still another an author, all outstanding citizens, join the 1950 stall in this tribute to Mr. Williams. Norma Solimene, Editor-in-Chiei 1950. 4 Y, . 'QWQDEQ .,kk Q M .,,..v ih A ,Y 451 'li it I I V VA EVAN COLLINS CHARLES BARRY 1999 ' 1930 VINCENT WENTWORTH HARRY WALEN CHARLOTTE PAUL 1 932 JANE DEALY 1933 49 ,,. M519 ' JULIET HARVEY 1934 i V wg BARBARA BEYER 1937 1939 1939 ""4x., 9. 5 I f w 91 Q " A 7' Af .. ,f ,f.' ffff-f ROBERT WARSHAW GAIL PETERSON ALAN LEVENSOHN 1942 1943 1944 A fx, k k-V LEE TYLER PATRICIA BLAKE CELESTE LOMBARDI 1946 1947 1948 5 ELIZABETH TUCKER 1 931 1950 JANE TOBIN HARVEY CIBEL 1935 1936 1' fl, , ii W g, 'ff' 2 RICHARD WARREN DONALD HOLMES 1940 1941 , I VVKT ' I M .4., .4f. 4 ,- 1 ' ' A ' Q JEAN MURRAY FRANCIS HART 1945 1945 SILVIA BERNARD 1949 NORMA SOLIMENE 1950 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Student Adviser, MISS MARGARET SOUTH L E G I S LAT U R E I Adviser, MR. CHARLES PELTIER Administration ORANGE SHIELD Adviser, MR. FRANCIS FOSTER Lunchroom Chairman, PRESCOTT CLARK HOMEROOM MANAGERS Adviser, MR. CARL SWAN A i Student ls v .52 in - i, Q' 4 J 4 1 A iiii I is ASSOCIATE OFFICERS Seated- L. to R.- I-larriet Sears, Clerk, Mr. Charles Peltier, Advi- ser, Stephen Conn, President, Jane Berquist, Girls' V. Pres. Standing - L. to R. - Richard Beatty, Boys' Vice Pres., Dr. C. Elwood Dralce, Peter Adolph, Treas. Seated - L. to R. - Lorraine Ar- cese, Sec'y, Miss Margaret South, Adviser, Richard Beatty, Pres, Standing - L. to R. - Walter Beevers, Qnd Vice Pres., Douglas Evans, 'lst Vice Pres., Robert Morse, Treas. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 8 f5 leaders 3 f le:7 QAY ,hs Seated-L. to R.-John Higgins, Pres Miss Emil Burdon Adviser, .- y Consltance Ofallaghan, lSec'y. Standing - L. to R. - Nancy I-Iood Vice Pres., Samuel Turner, Trees. I' JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS i . is Seated - L. to R. - Robert O'NeiII, Pres., Marita Mower, Vice Pres. Standing - L. I:odR. - John Luciano, Trees., BeverIyQJoI1nson,,Vice Pres. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS ADVISOR EDITORIN CHIEF NT s A55 ', N PROOF RRISCILLA CH APMA LLICIE ADAM HELEN BROOKS JANET ROSENBERG ARTHUR BROWN CONSTANCE FORD JEAN LIPMAN ROBERT RAFUSE BOYS' SPORTS ROBERT WOODBERRY, Editor WILLIAM PAITEN THOMAS JONES NITIE ffzwef MR. STERLING L. WILLIAMS NORMA SOLIMENE AFP TAFF PR CIRCU ooF STAFF 551 5 cOPT FEATURES LEE MARSTON, Editor ELSA MARSTON VIRGINIA ROST MARY ELLEN GAFFNEY BETTY MAY TRIBBLE PHILIP DREW JAMES ROTH EDWARD BUONARTO PHOTOGRAPHY MILO CLARK, Editor BOB BEAN FRANK SIEVE 'IO GIRLS' SPORTS CARO LYN WH ITMORE, Editor JUNE OWEN ELLEN KATTWINKEL DATA CAROL MacDONALD, Editor LORRAINE ARCESE ALIDREY SHRIBER MILDRED WAITE GEORGETTE THIERRY ELLEN BERMAN LAWRENCE GLANIN WILLIS GOODMAN D BUSINESS STAFF HY AFF TR FEATU EASURE ACTIVITIES PRISCILLA CLARK, Editor ROBERT BEAN JANET BUDGELL CHARLOTTE KENNEDY ANNE BRONSTEIN ALBERTA BEAN JOAN PAINTON LYMAN FOGG COPY MARGARET SPILLER, Editor DORIS MacDONALD MARY GRACEFFA THERESA LOPAS JEANNETTE KAMINSKI RES STAFF MRS. HELEN P. JOHNSTON MR. HENRY S. BISSEX BOYS SPORTS SpORT AR T STAFF CIRCULATION EDWARD TULIS, Editor RONA COHEN MARCIA SILVER MARCIA EGAN RACHEL KONTOFF DANIEL TRITTER INA FRIEDMAN BUSINESS PRESCOTT CLARK, Business Manager DAVID PALMER LYMAN FOGG ROBERT GIFFORD 'I'I S 6 STAr ADVERTISING STEPHEN MANDELL, Editor PHYLLIS GEEGAN, Secretary ELAINE MARKS PHYLLIS RICE JANET ROSENBERG LOIS SCHIFF RICHARD SILERMAN GRACE DLICHIN JANE MCINNIS PHYLLIS SCHNEIDER MERLE MANDELL SALLY AMIDON ROBERT HERMAN ANN BRONSTEIN P Facult l l Row Row Row Row Row Row Frances Thumin, Ann Sanguinetti, Sterling L. Williams, Mary L. Waters, C. Elwood Drake, Raymond A. Green, Leo J. Barry, Jean M. Wiens, Margaret South, Mary J. Lannigan. Helen E. Nute, Helen E. Turner, M. Roberta Miller, Eleanor B. Richmond, Helen L. White, Edith M. Rideout, Gertrude E. Myles, Edith Newcomb, Anne L. Leathers. Moira J. Sullivan, Frances M. Smith, Joyce B. Tyson, Janet McLaughlin, Charlotte M. Simon, Charles H. Mergendahl, George Neilson, Ruth M. Twiss, Henry Lasker. Muriel B. Smith, Forrest F. Paige, Charles L. Peltier, John Sherman, Lester E. Williams, Elsa C. Stone, Helen C. Miles, Frances L. Mendell, Helen B. Lee, Thomas G. Walters. Albert E. Navez, Charles W. Peterson, Donald B. Mitchell, Andrew W. Steinhope, Donald March, William B. Spink, Trumbull L. Simmons, Daniel P. A. Willard, Wesley S. Merritt. George P. Nye, Floyd E. Somerville, Edwin H. Wiest, Edward l. Poskitt, Carl L. Swan, George A. Land, Robert H. Mitchell, Harry L. Walen. Pow 'l. Row Q. Row 3. Row 4. Row 5. Row 6. Helen Cotton, Elizabeth Jewett, Maugarita Ells, Helen M. Finnerty, C. Elwood Drake, Raymond A. Green, Leo J. Barry, Elvajean Hall, Irene M. Haworth, Beatrice L. Bates. Alice J. Kennedy, l-lortense A. Church, Emily P. Burdon, Charles R. Considine, Carl P. Birmingham, Francesco C. Argento, Cecile E. Giroux, Jean Babson, Clara W. Ashley. Natalie Brink, Florence G. Johns, Dorothy Huss, Virginia F. Altieri, Katherine Curtis, Abner H. Bailey, John M. Gray, Jr.,Madalene Brackett Robert S. Harris, Michael B. Gradone, Jr., Daniel F. Koughan, Lawrence H. Anderson, Harry V. Anderson, Charles E. Chase. Francis J. Foster, Frederick O. Holmes, Russell A. Fitz, Malcom P. Gallagher, E. Victor Knapman, M. Roland Heinztelman, Richard P. Boyer William E. Connors, Howard L. Ferguson, Warren L. Huston, Harold M. Hawkes, Donald K. Davidson, T. Jerome Cutting, James A. Boyd. Helirinq Teachers MRS. EDITH B. NEWCOMBE MISS MAUGARITA ELLS 1914-1950 1923-1950 I MISS M. ROBERTA MILLER 1929 - 1950 13 Mikado Tl-lE MIKADO ..... .... M r. Raymond Green NANKl-POO ..., ..., A llan Rowlings KO-K0 .,.,...... ...... R obert Morse POOH-BAl-l ..... ..,.. F rederick Ferre PlSl-l-TUSl-l ........ .... D aniel Tritter UMBRELLA BOY ..... ...., A rnold Lasker PlTTl-SING ......... ..... E laine Boubrot YUM-YUM .,... Martha O'Callaghan PEEP-BC ..... ....... S ylvia Tailby KATISHA ,..... .,.., ....... J o anna Williams C-O-TON. ...................... Thomas Bresnahan Schoolgirls:-Diana Boynton, Alice Campbell, Sylvia Caruso, Connie Ford, Mary Ellen Gaffney, Nicky l-lart, Shirley Hobart, Alice Lee, Carol MacDonald, Jean Macomber, Glenda Marcus, Elsa Marston, Alice Miller, CAST 14 Anita Morse, Judy Rosenthal, Ruth Scammon, Virginia Stewart, Cynthia Snider, Eda Small, Natalie Vincola, Betty Walker, Muriel Woolf. Nobles: - Tom Bresnahan, Prescott Clark, David Coulter, Philip Drew, Don Freeman, l-lenry Gailney, Jay Girroir, Bob l-lunter, John Johansson, Tom Jones, Sanford Kowal, Nason Lightman, Peter Monahan, Walter Murphy, David Palmer, John Samoylenko, Joe Williams, John Nagesian. THE MlKADO'S COURT Guards: - Mr. l-larry Anderson, Mr. Leo Barry, Mr. Elwood Drake, Mr. l-larry Walen, Mr. Robert Mitchell. Trumpeier: - Mr. James Remley, Maids to Katisha:-Mrs. Dorothy l-luss, Miss Janice Abbott. X ,,5., x 3 V ,ma 1 -E, , A W .-,- -, - im- ,mv,f rw- ,QQ , ,W ,Ed ,f .,:f. J Ar" .. Q, J, , -,Vi 'T' '-x -. 'ww 4.5, f .. .,:1,w . .M " Y I wk ' 51,11 'Mg , , ,X If 5 W Q Y u A" A ,ff , , -L ,...-e- Affvf T. 'J alfa v' ,J X I 5 Autographs I 59 lplla Beta 7 President .... Marianna Murphy Vice-President ..... Ben Greene Secretary . . . Agnes Dowhanczuic Treasurer .... JoAnn Marcus Adviser . . Mr. Trumbell L. Simmons Alpha Beta is the sophomore club which gives students a chance to try to perfect their abilities in the Fields oi Writing and drama. The monthly meetings of this miniature Tusitala or English Club were highlighted by critical dis- cussions oi the members, masterpieces oi creative writing, the dramatization oi a one-act play, and several readings. The members oi Alpha Beta en- joyed an entertaining and educational year and are loolcing forward to more of the same in Tusitala and the English Club next fall. x lp . President Philip Drew 'Q Vice President Robert NXfoodbury - lpha Gamma Tau Secretary . . . Benjamin Muclcenhaupt Treasurer .... William Patten Adviser . . . Miss Frances L Mendell ln 1949-1950 Newton l-ligh School had a group ol people banclecl together in a club which clefiecl the stuclents' age-old dislike ancl fear of mathema- tics. These people met for the sole purpose ol ex- perimenting ancl playing vvith numbers, from simple arithmetic to calculus. ln pursuit of their hobby, the members toolc a trip to Babson's lnstitute in Welles- ley ancl to the calculating machine at l-larvard. At one meeting Mr. Charles Mergandahl gave an in- teresting and informative tall4. Mathematics otlerecl both an invitation to fun and entertainment and a means ol becoming more proficient in the science ol numbers to members. f5 AIIII Smal-ilnq A52 in 3 5 " ' .flif Chairman . . . Prescott Clark Adviser . . Mr. Charles S. Peltier Qs ?7 The Anti-Smoking Committee this year had one of the largest groups oi applicants in its short his- tory. Forty-eight members were chosen out of the two hundred seventy-Five who applied. It vvas the job of these Forty-eight to cope with one cause of school Fires - students' smoking in the school build- ings. The members were given special cards ena- bling them to leave any class in order to go to places in the school Where there was the possi- bility ol smolcing occurring and have done much toward maintaining a safe school For the pupils and teachers. X , l - rt Club 'l Vice-President . . Alberta Bean President . . Nancy Dillon Q Secretary . . . . Anne Walker Treasurer . . . . Carol Duris Adviser . . Miss Helen C. Miles llwe qualifications lor an Art Club member vvere an interest and appreciation, if not an ability, in art, an enjoyment ol good company and good timesf and a pair ol sturdy legs to carry lwim up tlie tlwree lliglwts ol stairs to tlwe art rooms. llne Art Club, you see, vvas on a muclw lniglwer plane than tlwe otlwer l clubs-tlwree lliglits lwiglwer tlian some and at least one Flight lwiglwer tlwan tl'1e otlwersl llwe yearis activities vvere dedicated to tlme service ol tlwe scliool - suclw projects as poster-malcing and otlwer lorms ol advertising sclwool atlairs. llie club also entertained guests, lnad slides, and dis- played tlie members' masterpieces. llwe Art Club's only enemy was that monster, l.acl4-ol-limel C0r maybe l.acl4-ol-Elevatorsb 18 viatinn ljluh it -ir AdViS2I' - . Mr. Russell Fitz - x C10 The impressive buzzing ancl zooming noises vvhich were sometimes heard on the athletic Field vvere actually just what they sounded like-miniature jet and gas-propelled aircraft being displayed by their ovvners, members ol Newton l-ligh Schools Avia- tion Club. These model-meets gave luture aero- nautical experts a chance to exhibit their handi- vvorlc, and were the results oi many hours of careful planning and construction. The club planned trips to Bedford Airport during the spring and iall and Filled winter meetings with lectures, instruction, and movies on such subjects as aerodynamics and aero- nautics. Throughout the year, hovvever, members Worlted with one goal in mind-the opportunity to talce actual Flying lessons, a Fitting climax to an interesting and proiitable year. '19 ' x President Barbara Mcfxloon 1959 ' -ir Camera llluh Vice President Leonard Barber Secretary . . . . Alice Campbell Treasurer . . . . . Frank Sieve Adviser . . Mr. Sterling Williams in the twenty-two years that the Camera Club has been in existence, it has grown to a membership ol one hundred. The club vvas opened to both slcilled and unskilled enthusiasts, and an interesting pro- gram was planned for each meeting. Visiting a local studio, talcing pictures of amateur models, learning the mechanics of a camera, and developing pictures were among the monthly activities. Club members also entered the National l-ligh School Contest in which generous prizes vvere avvarded. Kava r Club - X Vice-President . . Rose Cesareo 1 ZW Secretary . . . . Jean Sloan Q Treasurer . . Joseph Savignano Program Chairman . . Judith Berry Adviser . . . Mr. John Sherman Giddy-upl Contrary to the terms used in the Math or Latin Clubs, such as 1rr2 or amo, amas, amat, the Cavalry Club used phrases like-Watch that bay's ott lore pastern, will you? and-l-leyl this bull-headed horse is jibbering on mel Qnce the new members were admitted to the club, come rain, sleet, or snow, there was always a ride for those who Wanted to go. Movies and speakers were also otlered. Then, as a thrilling conclusion to all the club's activities for this year there was a super, all-day outing. ff x :mx President Robert NXfoodbury t s U 59 llhelnislr llluh Vice President Edwdrd C655 Secretary . . . Richard Millard Treasurer . . Richard Losch Adviser . . Mr. J. C. l-lall lts members admitted only by competitive examina- tion, the Chemistry Club consists oi a hand-picked group of students who are interested in chemistry. Again this year the members enjoyed the usual series oi informative lectures and interesting experi- ments. The meetings were conducted by the mem- bers themselves, in groups of Five, each ol which had charge oi a program and demonstration. A number of interesting Field trips provided the high- lights of the seasons events. Climaxing an eventful season vvas the annual Science Fair to which the Chemistry Club contributed an interesting and well- received exhibit. These boys and girls are the chemists oi tomorrovv, who someday may be de- veloping products and methods for better living. 31 v7 Debating Eluh S.: 4 Y was ' ,dit President. . . . William Graves Vice-President . . Hart Peterson Secretary . . . . . . Joyce Finnin Treasurer . . .... Jack Wighton Adviser . . Mr. Malcolm Gallagher Ulfloquence is logic on Firen aptly describes the spirit of this clubis lively, informal debates. Though facts for the Hlogicn of the argument vvere not always so carefully culled, there certainly was "tire" when four debaters tool4 sides on a subject. Fol- lowing the debate other club members had an op- portunity to asl4 questions and air their opinions. Alter good debates the enthusiasm was really catch- ing, and the moderator had hard times keeping the discussion under control. Since debates were usually on current issues, members were provided with a Fine vvay to lceep posted as vvell as to im- prove their public spealdng. English Club President . Joan Painton 'mm Vice President . Alberta Bean Secretary . Phyllis Rice Treasurer . Eleanor Seliber Program Chairman . . . Helen Brooks Adviser . Miss lrene Haworth The English Club, the oldest and one oi the larg- est clubs in Newton I-ligh, sought to reflect the pleasure which can be obtained from English by junior and senior members. Readings, movies, well- known spealcers, and symposiums on Writing were among the activities oi the year. A winter excur- sion to see a popular modern play proved a mem- orable event, vvhile the most outstanding feature vvas the club's spring pilgrimage to Concord, Massachu- setts. Varied programs such as these exhibited the educational and enjoyable activities oi the English Club. 1959 ,, El Eluh Espafinl Y President . . . .Thomas Kelley Vice-President , . Kenneth Morse Secretary . . . . l-lelen Angino Treasurer . . . Virginia l-lanson Adviser . Mr. Francesco Argento This is the club where lovers ol Spanish gathered once a month to practice their Spanish conversation, learn more about Spanish countries and customs, and in general have a rousing good time. Each meeting was conducted entirely in Spanish, even to the reading ol the secretary's report. The memloers enjoyed Spanish speakers, Spanish games, Spanish movies, and a play presented and acted entirely in Spanish. The year ended up with the annual 'Tiestau in which 'Klos muchachos y las muchachosl' ol the club ate, dranl4, and made merry to their Spanish utmost, - ranch llluh President . Lucie Adam Vice President . Jean Rdmbedu Secretary . . Barbara Wellman Treasurer . . . Joyce Finnin Adviser . Miss Mary Waters llme Frenclw Club catered to tlwose with an interest in modern language Wliicli extended beyond tlme class-room. l'lere Frencli was not a study, but a lwobby. Frenclw Club members toolc special pride in spealcing for trying to spealcb conversational Frencli. Frequent guest spealcers were entertained, and the members undertoolc many projects pertinent to l:rencl'1 culture. Special trips and partigg were planned as tl'1e occasion arose. -llwe purpose of this busy group was to bring France a little closer to America. K 5 17k d X X , . 5 ,,ig. 'Q lb T i 1' Future cashiers -Yr President . . . . Carol Nee X' Vice-President . . . Kenneth Morse Secretary . . . . Anne Bronstein Treasurer . . . Richard Buchanan Adviser . . Miss Florence Bates The Future Teachers of America has provided a valuable opportunity for students vvho someday hope to be carrying on the tradition ol American educators. This organization is arliliated with the National Education Association and is sponsored by the Newton Federation ol Teachers. During the year, members helped in social settlement houses and visited certain Newton schools, Qther activi- ties in their program included discussions vvith Mr. l'larold Gores and Mr. Raymond Green, as well as with other members of the Administrative Stall, and a meeting as guests ol the Boston University chapter of the Future Teachers ol America. Q ' L 95 ? 4' 4 Internallnnal Eluh in President Daniel Barbo Y' ' n 1 4 Vice-President 'Cynthia Thompson Secretary . . . Nancy Rhodes Treasurer . . . Sylvia Bond Adviser . . Mr. Robert S. Harris l-lovv many ol us are acquainted with the current problems ol the day? The international Club has provided students vvith an opportunity to lceep up to date on the nevvs. lts sole purpose was for the benefit ol those vvho were interested in learning more about the trying situations with which vve are laced today. The club vvas by no means staid. Stimulating panel discussions by the members, inter- views vvith eminent speakers, and visits to important institutions were among the monthly activities. Such a club has proved to be not only educational but lull ol lun as vvell. 4 5 President . . . . l-lenry Riley 7 Vice-President . . Barbara Kress Secretary . . . . Patricia Pak Treasurer . . . Dorothy Maloney Program Chairman .... l-larold Shay Adviser .... Miss Elizabeth Jewett This year the members of Laeti Latini undertook to malce their study of Latin a thoroughly worthwhile and interesting experience. They accomplished this by means ol entertaining slides, tallcs concern- ing ancient Rome and its customs, and parties carried on in the true, lounging style ol the old Roman dinners. The club was again privileged to enter- tain Dr. George Land, vvho shovved some slides and spoke on Roman Communications. The social meeting of the year was at Christmas time, vvhen members enjoyed refreshments, charades, and various Latin games. Q9 l I l Isaiah Latlnl ff X President Ellen Kattvvinlcel Vice President Virginia Hatton x s . , 9 Girls' Leader Corps Secretary . . . . June Owen Treasurer . . Elizabeth Murphy Adviser . . . Miss Joyce Tyson Ralliesl Girls' Athletic Banquetl Gym Demonstra- tionl The success ol all these activities vvas due to the Girls' Leader Corps. The members of this ener- getic, limited group vvere chosen for character, co- operation, responsibility, and leadership in classes. -lhey participated in the annual Girls' Assembly and the Gym Demonstration, and part oi the program for the State physical Education Convention. The greatest achievement of the year was the Girls' Athletic Banquet, which proved most enjoyable to the girls, parents, and laculty. But as vvell as vvorlc, a sl4i trip, a dinner party, a beach party, and other excursions were part ot the program. Llhrar Club President . . . Betty Ann McCormick Vice-President ..... Herman Rose X mf win' ,fl r Secretary . . Sonya Coleron Treasurer . . Beverly Schade Adviser . . Miss Elvajean Hall lla The Library Club members donated two hours of work weekly in the teachers' professional library, in the junior college library, in the sample textbook library, and in their own high school library as part of the club program. lheir work included running errands, acting as messengers, stamping, pocketing, and putting away books, and working at magazine upkeep. Qi course there were good times, too. Each year the club takes a trip. This year's jaunt was to see the Christian Science Monitor in operation. The members also had a giant Christmas party, and they decorated the trees in the school libraries. 31 , ....,,. K .4 , ,,,.V.,, ,, .Ny ,-,. yy!! f Lf-225: 'ri' QL' f iw.. . . If ff X M 1 President Bruce Stewart , etenrnlnq Eluh 014, Secretary . . . . Marrian Geer Adviser . . Mr. Donald K. Davidson The Meteorology Club, becoming increasingly popular since its establishment in 'l947, talces pride in its ovvn iully equipped weather station atop Building ll, from which it records a complete daily Weather report For this area. The members' chiei activity consisted ol compiling these reports in a manner similar to that oi the vveathermen in leading vveather stations. Cther activities highlighting the season included trips to the U. S. Army Air Force Weather station at Bedford Airport and to the l'lar- vard Qbsewatory in the Blue l-lills. To round out another successful year, the club also enjoyed mo- tion pictures on weather and its effects on Flying. 1 . 553 4 a 154 V. Natinnal Hnnnr Society 1 D 1 2 1 'Q' T D 'dK reasurer ...... avi aye Adviser .... Miss Edith B. Rideout A 'Z X Q 1,-ey 'x AW x lf i - 4,0 I I w c X' ' . . . . secretary' . Q . :lVldI'tl1d Norcross ' Uutlnq Illuh President Beverly Moss Vice President Aflltd Morse Treasurer . .... Betty Murphy A Adviser . . Mrs. JanetMcl.aughlin For all girls who are interested in action, the Outing Club is the answer. Some ol the activities ol this energetic group included hiking, bowling, slciing, ice-skating, and horselbaclc riding. This club is one of the most enthusiastic groups in the school and its only requirement for membership is a will- ingness to participate in its numerous activities. A leature ol the club was the three big outings it held during the past Fall, winter, and spring. X ' Persnnalit Club 't -5 ff x Q , , ,Xin Ag! A President . . . Helen Angino Vice-President . . Marie Cancellieri Secretary , . . Doris Frediani Treasurer . . Ann Meiklejohn Adviser . . Miss Clara Ashley Want to up your PQ. Cpersonality quotientl rat- ing, girls? l-lere is a club that teaches you to mind your Pls and Qs! This year the club program began with a self-checkup by every member, so that each would discover her particular weaknesses. The girls saw a movie on etiquette and heard a speal4er's suggestions on good grooming. Rather than just tallc about entertaining properly, the club practiced it by having a party in the Social Room. Since many members left on approved work in the spring, the club threvv its vvindup shindig in April- a theatre and dinner party! ff Em H l - Prnleiztnrs Mrk? l Adviser . . Mr. Michael Gradone A ray ol light cuts the blacl4ness ol your class- room, reflected images begin to move on the screen belore your eyes, and you settle bacle in your seat to enjoy another moving picture. Some call them "Flicl4ers," others call them movies, but here at Nl-l.S., the boys on the projector Squad call them Haudio-visual aids through the medium ol the sound motion picturef' No matter how you say it, these boys have made a great contribution to you and to the school by relinquishing many ol their lree hours and study halls to show slides and movies lor your education and enjoyment. For these Fellows we have but one word - Hlhanl4slH 36 A ,, X A 5 Q 1 'Q' l i Y a ln u t - P 'd n . . , . . Ph'li D Xl' N551-sresident . . . . Peterpl-lorsbls Secretary . . . . Lincoln Cummings Treasurer . . . Richard Millard Adviser . . . Mr. George Batt Although a small group, the members ol the Radio Club continued to gather every other week lor the purpose ol malcing, repairing, and learning more about radios, ln addition to regular meetings, the members also spent many extra hours throughout the year continuing and completing many various proi- ects. Performing an invaluable service to the school and to themselves, they worlced also with electricity and many ol its uses, an outstanding contribution ol the club being worlc on a public address system for the auditorium. For those ol you to whom the Radio Club is just another name, do not be alarmed if and when these boys come out with some sur- prising new development in the Field ol radio. lfl XZ L ' X' Ie. x 9 A ' . x Q s f - t - a nmmlttee x' General Chairman . Grace Marchant V l-iockey Chairman . . . Sally Amidon Basketball Chairman . . . Diane Toppan Baseball Chairman . . Elaine DeWo.If Adviser . . . '. Miss Joyce Tyson Everyone knows that school spirit needs rallying, and the Rally Committee of over one hundred girls ably did the job. ln addition to the traditional football rallies, the newly organized committee instituted the First hockey, basketball, and baseball rallies. All this meant that Four times as much was accomplished in this past year as was ever before. pageants, posters, rhymes on the blackboards, and notices on the bulle- tins are also products ol the spirited hundred. Pursuing that elusive necessity, spirit, was more than a part-time job for the members, but satisfac- tion and fun were the rewards for the ralliers' job- well-done. '25 Science Club X president . . . . Joseph Ongte Vice-President . . Nason Lightman 1 Secretary ..,.... Sylvia Zotto Treasurer . .... Joanne Holland - Miss Ali e J. Ke ed Advisers ' l Miss Moga Sullivannn Y This yearis Science Club included both those in- terested in physical science and those interested in life science. The Science Clubs of several schools, including Watertown and Brookline, were hosts to the Newton club during the year, and the club was also visited by other towns. Films, spealcers, even records oi animals' voices were featured at the monthly meetings. Several Field trips, one to the Childrens Museum in Boston, were enjoyed. The highlight oi the year's activities was the sponsorship of the annual Science Fair which was open to the entire school. ff DAX 0 Margaret Depopolo Chairman X Sncial Hnnrn Q Social Board 5 Marcia Egan L David Starlcweather Adviser .... Miss Margaret South This year the Social Room was the scene of many a Fast game of l Doubt It and slapjacl4, as vvell as being a welcome place of rest for many weary souls and bodies. Qpen every morning from 8:10 to 825, the room provided an excellent chance for last-minute relaxation before the beginning of an- other school day. Magazines, records, and the radio were available lor everyones use. The room was also opened Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons, Mondays and Thursdays were reserved for club and committee meetings. The student hosts and hostesses, carefully selected by the Social Board, are to be congratulated for helping greatly to make the Social Room one oi Newton hlighis bright spots. A 31 I5 Speakers Bureau ji: z Adviser . . . Mr. Harry V. Anderson . 5 i . ill: 52, l i "That was lousyl' '... This is the battle cry ol the Spealcersi Bureau in action. During the year the specially selected members of the Bureau were given the opportunity to spealc at clubs, l3,'l'.A. meet- ings, and village solicitor meetings for the Red Cross, Community Chest, and Zimbler Sinlonietta. Each member wrote his own speeches vvith the help of the adviser and delivered them to the group for constructive criticism before actually spealcing in public, These students were given other chances to spealc in school assemblies, and a levy entered contests. The members of the Speakers' Bureau feel that they have gained valuable spealcing experiences and have helped many worthy organizations. 41 - Tusltala President Jean Lipman T 'Q Vice-President . Ina Friedman Secretary . . . . . . Daniel Tritter Treasurer . . . . . Ellen Kattwinkel Adviser . . Mr. T. Jerome Cutting iii ..---"""f dd iji Newton l-ligh School has a club lor those who feel Friend Literary Genius' rub. Tusitala is the name oi this step on your road to fame. Once a month the meetings aref then members come from near and far and journey to the Thurber Room to weave the literary loom. There manuscripts are proudly read and thoughtful phrases slowly said to criticize a worlc of art or praise its most exciting part. T. J. Cutting runs this gang ol souls who feel the author's pang or playwrightis inspiration Fine or poets urge to write a line. The word that's Tusitala's lcey is individualityl . . . Workshop in Leadership and Enmmunity Life V 4 ... I . . I Mr. Larry Anderson Advisers .... j Miss Edith miami l Twenty-one seniors and Five juniors were chosen as members of the Workshop in Leadership and Community l.ile. Their main project in 1949-1950 was an exchange visit with Frederick, Maryland. Before making the trip during the April vacation, each member made a study of some phase ol life in New England and in Maryland, and took part in money-raising projects. The purpose of the Work- shop vvas to acquaint its members vvith different ways of lile in various parts of the country and to help create a better understanding among the people offxmerica P BI.IEi-XTIII 5 The Literal' Magazine The Literary Magazine, a publication sponsored by the English Department, is now in its fourth year of existence. This year, along with its annual publi- cation which represented written worlc from all classes and curricula, the statt also edited a master- piece of childrens stories entitlled Ciarence, This little bool4 proved to be a huge success and was soon adopted in the Newton Grammer Schools as a required reader. The stati and the many other contributing pupils have worlced hard on this publi- cation and hope that The Literary Magazine will soon take a prominent place in Newton High, ewtnnian Staff Editor-in-Chief . , . Norma Solimene Assistant Editor ..... Milo Clark Adviser .... Mr, Sterling l., Williams 1 L , ...":"'- of ix 2 " The stati oi the yearbook was a group chosen as representative oi you, the student body. For the Finest thing about the Newtonian is that it isn't the editors' book or the stail's book, itls 'l95O's book and your book, portraying the best oi this past year and oi Newton l-ligh through the years. We stati members and editors worked hard, as do the participants in any major production at Newton l'ligh, in order to do our best possible job. Every page oi the Newtonian expresses, it is hoped, a little of the enthusiasm and zeal we ielt. l lx - i.2".""1 Q QV ewtnnile Staff Adviser . . Mr. Harry L. Walen ln 144 the statt is scribtnling last minute stories ol just-happened eventsj copy readers are re- counting words, correcting errors, and desperately searching lor headline writers. Next door in 146 editors feverishly slash long stories to mal4e room for short ones and try to decide the pressing questions: Which stories shall lead the front page? ls it more important to print the article on lVliss 's trip to Oshkosh, or can't we omit Club Notes? Whatxs all the rush? The journalism class, which meets twice a Week, is merely meeting the printer's deadline so that you get your Newtonite on timel nwlnnlte lil Staff "list i Advertising Directors . I Bruno Visco l William Graves Adviser . . .Miss Virginia Altieri EZ..-....':'g The success of the Newtonite could very vvell be said to have depended upon the success ol the New- tonite advertising stati, for it vvas this hardvvorldng organization that sold the advertising space by which a large part of the cost of printing the nevvspaper was paid. Members of this organization gained valuable experience in advertising and salesmanship in their etiorts to sell space to various merchants of the Nevvtons. This staff performed an extremely valuable and highly important service for the school and it to be commended for its superior efforts in supporting our school newspaper, the Newtonite. 45 Cx - 3-':"'-lg lflranqe Bunk Editor in Chief Prescott Clark Adviser . . . . Miss Clara Ashley This year's stall of the Orange Book prepared a manual containing everything about anything in the high school. Some of the stail members worked during the summer in order that the book might be ready at the opening ol school. Many thanlclul sophomores had the bewilclerment and confusion of the First school days greatly lessened by the Orange Book, which contained write-ups oi all clubs, a copy oi the charter of the Associates, N. l-l. S. cheers and songs, information concerning scholarships and National l-lonor Society, lists ol teachers and their home rooms, etc. The bool4 was a life-saver to all newcomers, whether they were green sophomores, shy pupils from another town, or slightly confused new teachers. NI U 5 1 li Music lfluh President ....... Fred Ferre Treasurer ..... David Starkweather Vice-President . . Peter Adolph Publicity Chairman . . . Jean Lipman Secretary ,...... Sylvie Tailby Adviser ..... Mr. Henry Lasker 49 W 1959 Glue Clubs V 50 W- its 1 44 Girls' lihnruses JUNIOR-SENIOR GIRLS' CI-IORLIS Adviser ..... Mr. Henry Laslcer The ability to carry a tune and a Iove for music were the requirements for the Junior-Senior Girls, Chorus. This year there was an enroll- ment of over 'I7O girls, and, due to limited space, it was necessary to brealc up the Chorus into three groups. The repertoire consisted of seri- ous and semi-classical music in three-part ar- rangements, as well as popular songs. A ievv with outstanding voices had the opportunity oi doing solo vvorlc. This year the Chorus con- tributed to the Christmas Vesper service by sing- ing carols before the performance and making a VuIetide atmosphere. SOPI-IOMORE GIRLS' CI-ICDRUS Adviser ..... Mr. I-Ienry Lasker This year, ior the First time in the history oi the school, the Sophomore Girls' Chorus had an en- rollment oi over 'ISO girls, Such a large number proves that this organization is one oi the in- creasingly popular groups at Newton I-Iigh. The only requirements were a desire to learn about group singing and the ability to carry a tune. As is customary, the girls paraded through Building I the day beiore Christmas vacation singing Christmas carols, and they participated in the Memorial Day Assembly exercises. Ex- perience in this group helps considerably toward future WorI4 with the Junior-Senior Girls' Chorus. 45, Bn s' llhnru z., A rapidly grovving organization, the Boys' Chorus has acquired recently a membership of approximately 'l'lO people. Members need not have had any previous singing experience, nor is there any re- quirement other than a love lor singing and a Willing- ness to work and to cooperate with the rest of the chorus. Each boy, however, vvas aslced at some time to sing a solo and all were required to sing in a quartet. The group rehearsed a large number of selections ranging from the classical to the popular and has made a number of recordings. s 5 ' I9 is dy: Hand r 1 4? President. . . . ,Dean Farnum Secretary Manager . . . Dana Cheyne Librarian . . . . . . David Young Adviser ..... Mr. Wesley Merritt YQ' L. 4, Q The band this year worked hard on a military type organization. Their persistent work showed results in the splendid marching at games and parades. The band played not only for football games but also lor basketball, hockey, and baseball games, and lor the high school and trade school assemblies. A few ol the football skits were, Hfxlumni Skit" with twenty-Five alumni members, "Four Roses in Mel- rose," "Come to the Fair," "Maggie Comes to Newton," and a "Show Extravaganza" for Thanks- giving. Y 5 , enph has ia President Beverly Johnson Vice-President . . . Mdfthd Ellis Secretary . . . Sandra MacDougall Treasurer . . Winslow Weeks Adviser . Miss Ann Sanguinetti As always, this club was solely for sophomores and catered especially to those students interested in any l4ind ol drama. During the year, the club put on a play which was presented at a sophomore assembly. Sldts, readings, pantomimes, one-act plays, and stories and games were featured at the monthly meetings. ln addition to having lun, the members gained much lcnowledge ol the theater world. Perhaps we shall be applauding some of these "lNleophytes" on Broadway in ten or Fifteen years. Senior Pla ' iz.. fgggjka- if A wise selection, a well chosen cast, and a large appreciative audience combined to make a very successful production of this year's senior play, Our Hearts Were Young And Gay. The story centers about two naive midwestern college girls, played by Virginia Stewart and Virginia Rost, and their side-splitting capers on a trip to Europe. They contend with everything from icebergs and stowa- ways to measles and bedbugs-not to mention their respective romances with two l-larvard medical students. Besides the girls, galivantings, comic characters and bizarre 1920 costumes added to the play's humor. The seventeen roles gave many seniors a chance to prove the talent of the class of '50 Peter Adolph Sally Bodge . Elaine Boudrot Barbara Boyle Paul Day . . David Ferguson Lyman Eogg . Robert Gifford June Gorgone Charles Jenkins John Losch , Elsa Marston Carol Nee . Virginia Rost Marcia Silver Virginia Stewart Daniel Tritter Director . . Prompters. . CAST , . . . . Admiral A . , Winitrecl Blaugh Madame Elise , Mrs. Skinner 4 , . . Steward . . . Leo McEvoy . Monsieur de la Croix . , . Dick Winters t . Stewardess - 4 . . . Purser . Window Cleaner . . l-larriet St. John - . . . Inspector . . Emily Kimbrough . . . . , Therese . Cornelia Otis Skinner . . , Qtis Skinner . Miss Helen Sweeney i Carol Nee ' 'L Nancy Dillon 'Q' II' 1 , Drama Wnrl-islmp is . rM.J is G Adwsefs - 1 Mi. cc? E chile K' ' Z at l The Drama Workshop was another proof that boys can't get along without the girls. After school you could always Find this group making good use of paints, hammers, and nails as they assisted in the backstage preparation oi scenery and props. They have learned from various professionals, the arts ot make-up, lighting, sound ettects, and scenery. Each girl had a chance, It she wished, to specialize in one type ot backstage art. IF itls make-up, she had a chance to watch the professionals work at some ot our own productions and assist in others. No matter what type of backstage work it is, the girls can do it. Stage Crew 0 'Q' Adivser . Mr. Charles Chase I Who made and put up the scenery? Who con- trolled the lights? Who pulled the curtains? Who made the sound etlects? Who lugged the furniture? Who setup the Pfx. system? And who did a hundred other large and small jobs that were neces- sary to stage the plays or to put on the assemblies and rallies? The Stage Crew did all these things and many more, tool These fellows who volun- teered their time and energy receive little recogni- tion for their long labors, and their only pay is their satisfaction and pride in a job well done. EW III. B5 With the many new clubs Newton l-ligh now boasts it has found a place for three addi- tional clubs which this year have grown into large, active organizations. They have proved to be a valuable asset to our school. The Qrchesis Club is a new, growing, and active club. The purpose is to cultivate in- terest in all types of Hthe dance." The modern dance section is divided into three groups, according to the student,s ability, and each section has its own place in the group as a whole. Members have taken part this year in such activities as the Spring Musical, football games, a junior high demonstration, and a college dance symposium. They have attended lectures, con- certs, theatre parties, and motion pictures, all of which have helped them in their studies of dance technique. If therels a Fish in the sea or a crow in the sl4y this summer, their lives aren,t worth a plug niclcel, for titty-two hunting and Fishing enthusiasts are out to practice what they learned this year at their lively club meetings. Movies were shown on Fishing and the sate use of Firearms, a demonstration of plug and Fly casting was a logical follow-up to an exhibition ol Fly-tying by a well-known expert. As a grand Finale to a Fine year the members went on two successful Fishing trips to nearby trout streams. The hall-a-hundred sharpshooting members of the Rifle Club started their monthly target practice at the West Newton Armory shooting range. With the Five target rifles, which it ob- tained lrom the government, the club shot its way through several indoor meets and a few out- door meets in the spring. They were also invited to the Sharon Rod and Gun Club. The mem- bers had to pay forthe use ol the Armory and for ammunition, but they all agreed that the fun and training were well worth the small fee. President , . . . Audrey Shriber Secretary-Treasurer . , Esther Firfon Vice-President . . . Nancy Bruce Pianist . . . . Mrs. Kirlclighter Adviser . Miss Jane Cronin 60 I-IUNTING AND FISI-IING CLUB President . . . Raymond Capobianco Secretary . , . Roy Fogelgren Vice-President . . Norman fVIacDonaId Treasurer . . I-Iart Peterson Adviser . . Mr. Abner BaiIey RIFLE CLUB President . . Norman MacDonaId Treasurer . . , Dorothy Wansker Secretary . . . . Esther Alden Adviser . . Mr. Charles Chase Assistant Adviser. . .Mn George Nye 61 Slzhnnl-Spiriters l 4 , - 4 fi it Aw N' : ll , x ll , , 'Qfiff 'JJ 1. I VY' Q 4 . an , - 1 4 f 4:15 it gg L 1 M 4- I . , Q 'Q 1 ' V Q' -- I x , 1 . in t 4 , 6 1' FOOTBALL scoizzs ixxfxixx ffl 34 of T Visitors Newton 23, if x ' ,, 5, fgvlinsron - 13 Q2 4 Q elmont . . o ' if ' 1 "1 WHVYQ i, - Melrose 6 'I3 , K A Q Y, if ff I '??.4 , fgif M Id . 6 6 , ,A 4 Qii,-15? , A Q 6 13 , ,A it 1- , J If Medlofd 4 A 19 13 if?,.:Q vif5?'3'fff2? ,gfw "iii Haverhill . 6 19 1 Waltham .... 25 o f 5' E Brookline . . . 13 12 a , , ,nan i n . 5 Hocxev scones 1: 'TQHUHT 'LU 411 R-d 6 5 l"'u' sg-Iegvijklzgyf "y11x'm -fm or f A2.i25i,i l g 1 5 1 4 f 3 Q Belmont . 'I 4 ll,-If ,P ,W ,il 5 , 'ZF 'S 3 " Cambridge . . 1 0 'f"'fW' We A-1 Medford . V 5 1 M, 2, , fi Cambridge-Latin . 5 4 .Q.,.Q....Q,, , ,f ' , -1 ll 53??f3 ff F3 1 ' 1 gtinehim 4 l 3 2 , l W' 3 l mon . . 1 1"' . , , 52,012 w:?:W:f2Z::ll2'7lf'f'ff"""'4, , 'WWW 62 1 BASKETBALL SCORES Visitors Newton Brockton . , , 50 43 Belmont . . . 38 40 Cambridge . . 39 53 Watertown . . 55 50 Rinclge . . . Q9 36 Waltham, , . 47 40 Thayer , , 35 39 Arlington . . 41 34 Brookline . . 98 42 Watertown . . 47 49 Rindge . . . 40 43 Cambridge . . 46 48 Waltham. . . 38 33 Arlington . 35 37 Brookline . 34 35 1 Fnnthall 4J'Q 17 1 5 2' Coach . . Warren Huston This year Newton's last, hard-hitting eleven was one ol the best squads we,ve had in years. After a slow start in losing to Arlington, it went on to roll over Belmont and Melrose. Then after losing to Broclcton in a bruising battle and tieing a hard Fighting Malden team, we smashed Quincy and Med- ford. A big upset came when the team romped over l-laverhill, but our spirits were shattered when a last rugged Waltham squad ran all over Newton. ln the Final game an inspired Broolcline team edged out Newton, '13-72. paced by such bacl4s as Wright, Shannon, Cotley, Barisano, and Landry, and such steadfast linemen as Evans, Beatty, Murphy, Peck, Cedurlund, Palmer, and Lovell, the team was considered one of fthe best in the league with a record of Five wins, Four losses and one tie. ogg' "5 g g V 4 Basketball Coaches . ,l Mr. Reginald Smith i Mr Victor E Knapman 'CQ air" tk., 'r xii va 'C i 159 Mann, l With two returning lettermen, the ligers has, as expected, a very successlul season. lhey ended up with a record ol ten wins and live losses, being squeezed out ol lirst place in the suburban league by a line Waltham quintet. lVlainstays ol the team were Ralph Barisano, Buddy lVlcQueeny, Burtie Peck, Dickie Quinlan, Wally Beeyers, and Ronnie Jones. lhe season was highlighted by a close game with Watertown which Newton won 49-47 and a thriller with Brookline which Newton won 35- 34, Next year the team will be strengthened by the return ol Scotty Rrice, Brooks Rarker, and Billy Warren, since the lntermediate and J.V. teams fared well, an even better season can be expected next year. q7 , Hnlzl-in 9 " s Q os. V 199 -mf Coach . . Mr. John C. l-lall Under the guiding eye of Coach J. C. l-lall the pucksters, although handicapped by an extreme lack of practice facilities, skated to a fairly successful season with a record of three wins and seven losses, losing four of the seven by only one goal. Steadied by the apt goal tending of Capt. Frank Feeley, in- spired by the swift, flashy play of Duddy Evans, Doug Manchester, Zipper Thompson, and Danny Keefe, and protected by the strong defense of Dick Beatty, Don l-laverty and Bill Rogers, the team showed a great deal of fight. The games with Cambridge Latin and Stoneham were the most spec- tacular, with Newton beating Stoneham 5 to 'l, and losing to Cambridge Latin 5-4, The attendance at the games, however, was poor and it is thought that with more student support the team would in- evitably be more successful. 65 ,Wa X4 .0 , I .,,.. I A V4 M W . f ,, f,,, ,- - u , 1 , i , 'fl' ffii . " f' 'IRQ in if JL. ,' . X "' AJ" Indnnr Track f Mr. Charles Consodine Coaches . . . fl Mr. Lamoine Boyle L Mr. Malcolm Gallagher With the return ol Coach Consodine alter a yearls absence, the T949-1950 indoor track team performed capably and maintained Nevvton's re- markable track record. Led by such dependable track men as Dick Lovell, Don l'lalloran, Bob Evans, Dodo Shannon, Nick Carder, George Flynn, and Bob Wilber, the team ended vvith an outstanding record by winning all its dual meets. lncluded on its schedule vvere the Northeastern lnterscholastic Meet and the State Meet at the Boston Garden. Newton fared badly in the Northeastern Meet, but placed second in the State Meet with 'I7 points, A large proportion ol the team is made up of juniors and sophomores, so next year's team promises to have success, 9' 1959 Qt '55 Iflutdnnr Track a ' Sr Mr. Charles comaaine 6 L Mr. Malcolm Gallagher As in many years gone by, this year's Qutdoor lraclc team had a highly successful season. The T950 edition ol the 'iBoilermal4ers" had to preserve its reputation, and Coach Lamoine Boyle had an excellent series ol meets. Aided by such consis- tent point getters as Wilber, Lovell, Bishop, l'lal- loran, Senigo, Flynn, Salt, Evans, Di Giovanni, Shan- non, and Gilford, this yearis team was no exception to lNlevvton's role as a traclc power. Next year the team will be bolstered by many returning lettermen and should have a good season, 67 s.,f'4 39" 1959 '5 ? Baseball 1? Assistant Coach .... Harold l-lawkes i i Although there were only two returning letter- men this year, Rickie Rycroit and John Thomas, Coach l-ioward Ferguson built up a strong team from last year's lntermediate squad. With John Thomas, Ed Studley, Bob Schlosberg, Ron Ruio, and Fred Sutherland For pitchers, an intield oi AI Phinney, Rick Rycroit, Bob Keyho, Barkey Boole, and Dick Sullivan, outtielders Pete Santucci, Fred Kieth, Fred Dauton, Curt Fithian, Burt Peck, and John Geary, and catchers Joe Landry and Dick Beatty, the team had depth, speed and power. It won the opener with Medford, 6-4, and tioored Cambridge Latin in the second game, 8-'l. With this start the team had its work cut out in order to repeat its 1949 rec- ord oi TQ wins and Q losses, thereby winning the. Suburban League Championship. i GLW CBJ "7 Tennis Tennis is a favorite sport here in Nevvton. This year the tennis team is expected to win most oi its meets and in all probability it will get into the state Finals. Led by such seasoned veterans as Jay l.ane, lrvvin Webber, Bill Maclcey, and Walter Sherbrook the team has great prospects. Last year vvasn't much oi a season for the team, yet this can be attributed to the iact that it was comprised mostly oi juniors Whose games weren't too strong. Naturally, much oi student interest is lost through competition from outdoor traclc and baseball, nevertheless, this year's povveriul team will arouse much interest among the student body. 69 1959 my 'N " Gulf 1, Coach . . Mr. J. C, Hall lliis year,s goll team promises to be our best in years. paced by Five returning lettermen, including Bob Magee, Bill Rogers, Danny Keele and Buddy Evans, Newtons goll team will be a close contender lor tlie league title. Last year tl'ie team just missed tlie Finals tlwrougli a contested game. ln tlwe past years interest in tl'ie golf team was not too notice- able. This year, liowever, we lwave a potential clwampionslwip team wliicli Will, witlwout doubt, be closely lollowed. Mr. J. C. l-lall, tlwe coaclw, lias great lwopes lor tlwis yearls team, well stoclced as it is vvitli veterans ol many tournament loops. , . Q Z 7'l lflelll Hnclie Qnce again Newton's Field hocl4ey team came through vvith flying colorsl This year vvas unusual in that the team completed an undefeated season without being scored against in any ol the nine scheduled games. This set a school record, but the Figures do not tell the vvhole story, Excellent team play by both the varsity and the J. Vfs vvas preva- lent in all the games, and a line spirit and good technique vvere even more outstanding than the actual scores. Gals lilce June Gwen, Ginny l-latton, Grace lVlarchant, Lorraine Nelson, Phyllis -locci, Shirley Gersuml4y, Betty Murphy, and Ellen Kattvvinkel have proved to themselves and to their opponents this year that a team of Newton High girls with team spirit, cooperation, intelligence, and perseverancfe can produce a top-notch combination, whether it be hockey, baslcetball, or softball. N, ,i L,-. - 1 1----1--Li- Girls' Basketball Two out and one cutting . . . movel Guards, oft your feet! Nelson, get that reboundl Who can forget these famous words? Oh . , . my ach- ing back, those new skills and techniques all be- cause ol the unlimited dribble! The old timers really had to shalte a leg For varsity berths this year with all those new sophomore enthusiasts. What a schedule! -Weston, Woburn,Beaver, and Windsor for the First time, plus all the regulars, Needham, Watertown, and Melrose. The incentive was pro- vided by the motto of all varsity sports, Ult isn't Whether you win or lose, but how you play the game that counts." Softball Cgaqh . Miss Tyson play tnalll And that is exactly what the girls at N. l-l. S. do. The newest of varsity sports attracted a large group of girls who showed plenty of spirit and ability. Some of the old Hprosf' Ginny l'latton, Ellen lfattwinkel, Hpipn Gwen, and Anne St. George were tnaclc again, fighting for positions as competition ran high. Constant technique practice along with many good times gave the squad the ex- perience and the incentive for a great year against Melrose, Watertown, Winchester, Needham, and Windsor. Credit for a successful season goes to both the varsity members and all those girls who followed faithfully throughout the season. Tennis Coach Mrs. McLaughlin TENNIS, open to all comersl There was a large enthusiastic turnout for both the fall ancl spring practices. During the spring matches the team gave opposing schools plenty ot competition and vvon its share of games. Everyone who had shovvn sin- cere interest in the game vvas given a chance to play in at least one match, and tilteen girls earned their varsity letters. There were several outstanding seniors such as Ethel Monzert, Barbara l-lills, Joanna Williams Sharlet Abrams, Virginia Rost, and Maria Shea who sparl4ecl this year's team to a great season. A prom- ising delegation from the junior ancl sophomore classes gives a bright outlook tor the i5O-,5'l season. I Modern Dance Adviser . . Miss Cronin Pianist . Mrs. Kirklighter By Hleaps and bounds!! the Modern Dance groups progressed in their study oi dance techniques and composition. This year there were four dance classes designated according to the ability of each girl. The performers, Workshop, and tvvo Appren- tice groups vvere eagerly attended by a larger num- ber oi girls than ever before. The activities oi the groups vvere many and varied. The girls attended a college dance symposium and dance recitals, vvere hosts to l.asell Junior College and Wellesley College modern dance groups, and participated in the Spring Gym Demonstration in which dancing played a major part. The Modern Dance groups were sponsored by the Qrchesis and the Girls' Gym Department. 76 We Ilan Hear Them I mean let's face it, Old Boy . . . . . Cleah? ......... When l'm broadcasting, you tune in! . . . . All the little sophomores . . . , .i . . V Knock it off, lcnoclc it oFF! .... . Perhaps I shouldn't tell you this, but-. . Exercise the pedal extremities . . . Cmon girls, let's go-o-o . If you may - .... 'Ray forthe Red Sox! . Listen, you bloclc heads, ..... Will the Secretary please pass out - . UW . Miss Cotton Mr. Heintzelman Miss l-larworth . Mr. Walters . . Miss Bates . Mr. Smith . . Miss South , Mr. Willard . Miss Tyson . Mr. Williams Miss Sanguinetti . Mr. Simmons . Miss ihumin 77 September 12: Now for the teachers: now For Hiqhliqhts nf .,.r' the booksl October 14: Games and rallies, doors open at 2:15 For pep-up party. October 30: l-lallowe'en horrorsl Newtonites invade the Totem. December18: Everyone much impressed with f November19: Equal number ol balloons and people at lootball dance. November 24: lhanksgivingj Hlill have to diet ,till Christmasll' December 2, 3: Senior thespians with light hearts render Our Hearts Were Youug and Gay. Drama Clubls line Christmas Vespers. December 22: noon: now to begin our Christmas shopping. December 25: Santas herel Ch boyl The new- est edition ol lVluzzeyl January 7: Juniors wear out the soles ol their new Red Shoes. January: Newton Tiger roars at surrounding wild beasts -kills in basketball, track, and hockey. February 4: Life With Father becomes decidedly more complicated. The Year April 29: Senior prom. Qrcliid niglnt at Newtonl May 1: College 4-Ps dry their eyes alter re- jections. May: Great number of baseball talent scouts prowling around Newton. ' ,I-Z ' , V k. ' f' - it " ,w?Q" - , ., ,U 4 Q .Y 3: sr -V flare 'X 'x.'l", , lll if 7 Q i ,wx , 1 as' fl .f -YJ. ff" Y ' 4. fi' 4 335' 1 t ii " "a' a t ' J. 2 ar,aa W J! 1- lv l, 3, 7 , 2 31,125 l :ff t." zz February 11: Cupid accomplislwes wonders at V, , W V I - D ,,:,,. .... a entine ance. :t,, February 27: Newton report cards tal4e on Communistic: tinge, Marcl111: 10:45-4:30, College Boards- lwow muclw can a person not know? March 24, 25: Mr. Green clwanges from emperor of Newton l-liglw to Milcado oi Japan. April 3: Business men and women leave to lace great, wide, dangerous world. April15: Twenty-six delegates excited about Fredericlc fMaryland, that isb. May 27: Seniors, wliole seniors, and notliing but seniors at senior niglit. June 7-9: Last days, marclwing miles across tl'ie atlwletic Field, and trying on mortarboards. June 10: What we've been waiting For, but isn't it kinda' sad? June 20: Soplwomores and juniors move up in tlwe world. Trade Srzhnnl Vx 1 Trade Schanl Basketball Newton Trade School repeated its good record again this season. Alter playing TQ games they wound up in third place, with high scorers Ed Qlfeefe, Bob Valle, and Ken Monohan malcing this possible. Squad men were Pope, MacDonald, Bitsoli, Frain and l-lolmes, all of whom saw a great deal of action. Newton Trade met Waltham at the Boston Garden For their first game. Waltham started with a bang and Finally won, 45-32. GF the vocational schools in the league, however, Wal- tham was the Eastern Massachusetts Vocational League champion with a record of twelve wins and no losses. 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Before long we were interrupted by re- porters Jim Roberts and Joan Painton who inter- viewed us over the air for Will Solimenels 'Cioodby Travelers" program sponsored by Wilk's Milk. This took but a minute because of the new time limits set by radio executives Rob- ert Rafuse and James Doucette, so we then stopped Louis Azuola as he came through the car selling his wares. We bought a copy of Ufictional Realismf' published by the Arthur Wright and Franklin l-lunter Co., which featured excellent short stories by Mary Derr, Alberta Bean, and Grace Nathanson, the latest issue of Ul.a petite Femme," fit was really an advertise- ment of Marcia Dowd and Kathleen Moran model- ing stunning Virginia l-lammel gowns taken by the Edmund poutas Studios that sold usb, and finally some Johnsons Grange Crush to ease our parched throats. By this time we were out of Massachusetts and were rolling by sumptuous 'Connecticut estates, some whose landscaping bore the characteristics of Betty Barker's skilled hand, Qnce we caught a glimpse of Phyllis Muldoonls new swimming pool, complete with aqua-experts Marilyn Morse, Pat l-lill, Roy Fogelgren, and Francis Southwick. New York seemed to be celebratin Newton Week when we stopped there. Dave gfergusons and Ginny Stewartls names blazed on the largest theatre marquee on Broadway where they were leading a star-studded cast consisting of Barbara Boyle, Joan Miller, and Dick Stephens in Tom Kellen's brilliant new smash hit, UQf Mousie and Women.,' As it was still only about 4:30, l hurried on to pick up some French perfume, by Alice Gaguin, Cwhich l later discovered was im- ported by the extensive Edward Morrill and Richard Oakes firmb, at Richard Jones' new de- partment store. lhat afternoon l was very for- tunate to attend a fashion premier at the Waldorf, which featured breathtaking exclusive creations by Mildred Waite, Virginia Gibson, and Sandra Neitlich, gracefully displayed by Marie Cancel- lieri, Anna Proai, and Pat Quinn. Betty Fleming, Miriam Riley, lom Snow, Qquite at ease in the midst of this feminine and fabric pulchritudeD, and Jean Weber were busy with pencils and camera as Marcia Jenks commented on the gowns. Just before the Tiger Express pulled out of Grand Central, l grabbed a quick look in the Museum of Modern Art, and there in all its glory was Nancy Dillonis most celebrated piece of sculpture, ul-lamanitas Modernef' and close by it l discovered a perfectly fascinating glass- topped, solar heated ranch house model by ar- chitect Walter Beevers. Then l had to say goodby to the Big City. Because my former companions were planning to join Frank Lord, Elaine Marks, and Walter Jenkins on the luxurious trans-Atlantic steamer of Donald lfiernan and Sidney Shrier, l soon settled down on the train with Ruth Brown and Jane Mclnnis. ln Washington, D. C., l had a brief encounter with government agent Carol Saunders who was hot on the trail of some subversive activity, and then l stopped in to visit F. B. l. man and woman Robert Perkins and Beverly Milchen. Suddenly to my surprise the thundering tones of Donald Johansson came to me all the way from the floor of the Senate before he was shouted down by James l.ee and Kevin Doyle. Then l glanced at the headlines of Jose McGaffigan,s column, with a very clever cartoon by John Mahoney, in the Washington consternation, Cthe editors of which, ,ffm 0 please note, are the successful feminine trio Lucie Adam, Norma Solimene, and Carolyn Whitmoref, and learned that Prescott Clark and Milo Cno re- lationb Clark, newly appointed by Secretary of State Prsicilla Chapman, were setting out to deal diplomatically with some unnamed foreign power. l stopped for a moment in the Tennessee hills to survey the extensive forest and agriculture con- servation program directed by Robert Arsenault, Leonard Kent, and Esther Jayne Alden, and then went down through Georgia, where we passed the home for aged and not so aged dogs run by Nancy Cragin, Phyllis Geegan, and Jeanne Kaminski. ln Florida we saw mostly pretty girls on the beach, Gay Kirby, Barbara Smith, Mary Franchi, and Patricia Short, to be more speciFicD, but when l met Larry lholander and Warren l-layes, l could tell by the gleams in their eyes that they were already scouting for next year's Red Sox rookies. While l am on that subject, have you seen the Braves, new players, Peter Santucci, pitcher, Steve Lombardi, Ricky Rycroit, and John Duliy, who are really putting that ball team right on top, Cwhich ought to make Sally Bodge very happyj. From the deep South we went up the Missis- sippi to Chicago where l was swept ott my ieet CligurativelyD by the amazing successes ot Arthur Browne and Lyman Fogg in the business world, and once l caught a glimpse oi salesman David Whitaker in paul Martinis prosperous Furniture store, whose top executives, l noticed, are Paul Schiavone, Joe D'lfrcole, and Chester Wallace. Receptionists Marie Detazio and Mary Quinton, whom l met on their lunch hour, told me that Esther Spera, Phyllis Kiley, Joan Massie, and Marie DiSabato are now top Flight secretaries to business men Dominic DiClemente, Charles Speros, and George Koubian. The girls were also all agog over the careers oi Ann Santucci, Geraldine Pellegrino, Betty Lee, and Lois 0'Laughlin as stenoggraphers and secretaries, and they mentioned the well-established school of accounting now being operated by Bruno Visco and Maurice Polner, which boasts such success- ful accountants as paul Curley, Adrienne Quigley, Kenneth Annese, and James Amyouny. CBy the way, l did not see a single machine gun in Chi- cago, due to the remarkable anti-crime campaign of police chiefs Robert Gleason, Peter Percy, and Robert Bishopl This assortment oi business tycoons seems to show merit of the advice UGO West, Newton Seniors, and get rich," but a little to the east oi Chicago in lndiana, l found Bill Rogers, Bob Westermark, Ernest Williamson Qin a Ted Asbell- designed carD, and Allen Billingsley head over heels in the stock car races. Ed Maquire, Nor- man MacDonald, paul Hartwell, and Ed Bannister were watching with their tongues hanging out, and Ed Buonato, ably assisted by Joe Anastasia, James l'larmon, and Dick l-ludson were right on hand to haul away and repair the car of anyone who did not want his any longer, CRalph Wright confided to me that he, Dick Landry, and Don l-lansen planned to sell the relics at the garage of Dick Varlott and peter MacGregor, after me- chanics Don Lewis, Ray Knight, and Bill Quinan had done their best to Fix them up.D From indianapolis we set oil forthe northlands, Minnesota, to be exact. We went by Nancy Tibbott's popular ski lodge in the hills, with Aldyth l-laney, Sylvie Newell, and Emilie Camp sitting on the Front steps wistfully waiting for the snow to come. As the train stopped in Madison, Wisconsin, l saw Joe Russo, l-lenry McQueeny, Lowell Depper, and Joe Landry, coaches at the university, with worried expressions on their Faces as they considered next yearis athletic teams, but with Frank l:eeley's Four little goalies in prospect, the hockey situation should not be too bad. They Cnot the goaliesb also told me about the successes of Burton Peck, Qwhose First and Foremost Fan, Rona Cohen, cheers from the bal- cony at every gameD, Dick Curley Danny Keeie, Dick Quinlan, and Dick Davis in basketball, and Joe Wright, Dominic Sera, Dick Beatty, and Earle l-lopkins in football. Sports announcers Herbert Cohen and Dick Sullivan both agree that many of these players are the backbone of current pro- fessional athletics. Deep in the Dakota mountain regions Cwhich are kept tall, deep, and hand- some by foresters Chris Cook and John SnowD, l caught sight of a camping-Fishing-hunting party consisting of l-lerman Rose, Bill Klosterman, l-lerbie McGill, Bill Lynn, Frank Gazzola, and Erwin Weber, who at last seemed to have found the enigma of life. Then the Tiger Express headed for the wide open spaces. Going through the flat wheat and corn belts of lowa and Kansas, l thought the scenery rather dull, so l tuned in on my little Volante-Mustoe radio and picked up the 'Boston Ballroomf, which reminded me that Paul Day and David l-lill are now chief recording engineers at WBZ. Then to my despair, my little radio broke down, but l looked over my shoulder and saw the smiling face of Ed Mcl:aden, Cwho is now doing television engineering and repairing with Frank Seamans, Larry l-licks, and Domenic Zam- butol, and he got it in working order in no time. At that moment disk jockey Fred Sears put on a platter by Larry Mastromattei and his band, with Janet Budgell on the drums, Bob Stewart on the sax, Dana Cheyne and his trumpet, Bob Avakian on the piano, and vocals by the sentimental duo Jacqueline Brown and Frank Ronan, By that time the Tiger Express was roaring through the ranch country where we passed Theresa Lopas, Barbara Garofalo, Bob Green- berg, and Milton Allen exercising the splendid horses Ckept that way by veterinarian l-loward Fairweatherb of Shirley Gersumkys fabulous ranch. That reminded me of a letter l had re- ceived recently from Lorraine Nelson telling about the terrific basketball team she was playing on with Diane Toppan, Grace Wardwell, Phyllis Tocci, and Joan Pattison, coached by the well- known athletress Gracie Marchant, and also in- forming me of the physical education teaching positions of Betty Murphy, June Gwen, and Ginny l'latton, which made me think that these girls knew just where they were going in high school. Then we hit the rich oil section of Qklahoma where Steven Burke is making his fortune, thanks to the engineering accomplishments of William Patten, Ronald Jones, Gordon Morse, and Rod- ney Warner. Geologists Bob Lund and Robert Woodberry are also making great strides in de- veloping new oil regions in Utah, and in this project they are ably assisted by David Palmer, Stanley Burg, and Lawrence Glavin. As the train approached the Indian reservation of Big Chief Conn-on-the-Cob, we met traveling horse doctor Curt Livingston, and l presumed by the glow on his face that the tribels horses were much better off now for the advances made in medicine by Regina l-lurley, Jacqueline Lucier, and Ronald Cosentino, ln a little town in Colorado we were stopped by another train coming toward us on the same track. lts engineer, Warren Mosher, and ours, Bob Eastman, got out to look things over, and then l noticed that the train was carrying an or- chestra on tour: Nancy Goff and Lavinia Mayo, two of the countryis foremost women pianists, Virginia Benson and Daniel Abbott, Ca dentist in leisure hoursl, holding down the string section, Tom Jess, French horn, Frances l-lume and her celestial cello, Barbara Brady, the eminent con- ductress, and John Nickel, who arranges all Elliot Kaplanis brilliant compositions. l also ob- served during our brief stay in the town that Doc- tors John Craig and Willis Goodman, assisted by rural nurses Barbara l'larding, Norma Lombardi, and Pauline Zorolow, were busy patching up the inhabitants, They told me that they could hardly wait until Peter Vachon, Ralph Corsetti, and Ernest Wildman, contractors, would build them a permanent hospital, at which time their staff could be increased by such humanitarians as nurses Terry Martin, Shirley Lovely, and Muriel Clark, dental workers Nancy l-loskins, Barbara Cunningham, and Sandra l-larris, and Doctors Nason Lightman and David Fitzpatrick. Mean- while mechanical engineers Donald Chapman, Wakefield Perkins, and Ralph Cornish were en- gaged in building supplementary tracks to en- able the trains to pass each other, and l-larold Weisman, Edward Murphy, and Karl l-lergen- rather, who are just chemical engineers, stood around and made helpful comments. Soon we were in Reno, and l stopped in at Dick Gibsonis fabulous 'Squawk Club" where chef l-larry McDonald,s creation, the 'frozen l'lavana,H and bartender Alexander Avtges' con- coctions are well known attractions. Qther fea- tures are Guy Spezzands orchestra with Bonnie Summers on the piano, Dean Farnham and his tremendous trombone, Ronald l-lousepian on the traps, Vincent Melideo, and Bob Vespa, vocal- ists Jean Macomber, Virginia lirascatore, and Carl Brooks, and M. C, Eugene Schultz. The floor show consisted of several talented dancers, Ethel Monzert, Carolyn Buonato, Eleanor Lom- bardi, Marie Casieri, Rose Antonellis, Norma Scarry, and Shirley Andrews. Just before we reached California we passed Joe lnferrera driving his truck with Dick Lovell, Everett Mitchell, l-larold Lowenstein, Bob Long, and frank Downes sitting in back, in the middle of Death Valley. lhey looked pretty hot, so l suggested to my traveling companions David Young and Gustave Umbsen that they figure out some sort of chemical refrigeration attachment practical for trans-continental open trucks. Ar that Donald l-lalloran and lony Mooradian said that they would be glad to invent a method of reading a book by sleeping on it so that such travelers as mentioned above might accomplish something on their tiresome journeys. l also think l saw Barbara Wellman, Marjorie Snell, and Clara Rosenfield taking colored pictures of Stefan Vogel's newest hybrid cactus, Bruce Stewart examining the new fallen meteors, and Stephen Mandell and Walter Sherbrooke observ- ing buzzards, Qno relation to the Bay in Massachu- setts where franseen Bartlett and Dick Payne are accomplished skippersb. At last- l-lollywoodl where astronomers Clement Joyal and Benjamin Muckenhaupt are still seeing stars. l was thrilled but not surprised to meet Ginny MacGinnis, l-lelen Kermath, and Jane Gorgone, elegantly coiffed by Dorothy De- Santis, just leaving the MGM Studios, where Peter Scichilone is really making out with make-up, and Theresa Salvucci and Dorothy Pellegrini are both noted for excellent historical costuming. That night at the grand premier of a new film directed by Judith Stein and starring Mary Lou 0'Neil and Alice Campbell, the big attractions in the audience were dancers Nancilee Fuller wearing a sumptuous Ralph Borgeson corsage, Esther Fitton, the lovely fabric of whose gown was designed by Jeanne Goler, and Nancy Bruce whose frock bore the exquisite embroidery of Carole l'lebb. Also prominent were Joanna Williams and Elaine Boudrot, who are both head- ing for the Met, Marcia Egan, "Miss Career Girl of 'l96O,' and Robert Morse, the nationls most eligible bachelor. Marjorie Stern was right on hand for her fashion write-ups, part of which may have been used in Shirley l'lobart's or Jim Buckley's gossip columns in the Hollywood Star- dust, edited by Wanda Roman and Richard Kamp. l also noticed that Barbara l-lare, Mary Lou Gret- zenberg, and Carol Peterson were making quick sketches of the styles and outstanding people there. The unusual lighting effects in the lobby constructed by electricians Michael Papa, Wayne Blake, and Edward lyman gave everyone a most attractive rosy glow, and outside, the super- highpowered spotlight display designed and operated by Thomas Brigham, Charles Caswell, and Kenneth Barber lit up the sky as far away as Boise, ldaho. The film itself was a thrill, too, John Patriaca's photo raphy did full justice to the glamourous sets ofggally Fawcett, Jeanne lfsty, Judy Parsons, and Barbara Ferguson, Cone room featured a mural done by no less than three famous artists: Evelyn Rafferty, Albert Amadei, and Philip Shavey. ln one scene taken in Scotland, Robert Rogers, Cbrandishing an ancient sword from the William Graves collectionl, and his Flingerettes, Katherine Butler, Elaine Digregorio, Palma Forte, and Mary Graceffa, danced a stimulating l-lighland Fling, while Anita Morse sang a touching Scotch ballad. The background music, Cmuch of it performed on the piano by Lorraine ArceseD, was composed by Phyllis Schneider. After the show l stopped in at Jeanne Le- febvre's luxurious home-she has several water colors by Nancy Rhodes, Shela Roberts, June Gelfond, and Charles l'lancock, in a sitting room decorated by Ruth Dokton and Dorene Slotnick -where the great philosophers Danny Tritter, lna Friedman, David Kaye, and Mimi Cutting were deeply engrossed in "life," urealismf, and Hes- capismf' Anne Bronstein was in a corner chuckling over a new murder mystery by Jean Lipman dedicated to Eugene Monosson, and though Anderson Vaughan and Fred Ferre were staring gloomily into their tall empty glasses as they reflected on the convalescent condition of l-lelen Brooks, they felt reassured when they re- membered that she was in the hands of surgeons John Wolbert and Sally Bondi. l also learned from this intellectual company that Kenneth Morse was being psychoanalyzed by l-lart Peter- son and Barbara Qiconnell as the result of nearly being hit by Georgette 'fhierry's dark blue Dodge convertible Cperhaps she was a little distracted by Janet Wilson, Peggy Bostwick, and Jack Aldinger in the back seatb as she tried to avoid crashing into Tommy Seamans, Model A four-door ford on the corner of l-lollywood and Vine be- fore Qfficer John Kelly straightened things out. However, the whole company brightened up at the mention of Annsie Sieveis new anthology of poetry and Elsa Marstonls latest musical comedy, HQur parts Were l-lung to Dry." The next morning on my way to inspect the re- cently rebuilt airport, l passed George QlDowd,s celebrated school of the dance which boasts such attractive examples as Ruth Scammon, Mimi Goodlett, Jane Barisano, and Claire English, and F. W. Woolworthls where Mary Tramontozza still assures service with a million dollar smile. l reached the airport just in time to wave goodby to Lilibet Childs, Eloise Tong, James Wallace, Russell Rogers, and James Jenkins who were headed for the Qrient in the latest jet-propelled Bob Bean - John l-litchcock model. It was evi- dent from their gleeful grins that co-pilots Bob Gifford and Francis Qrr meant to leave June Noll, Jean Valletti, Jane Smith, and Mary Perry in Siberia to practice their ice skating. Then as l was listening to reporter Bob Menell interview Reverends Edward -l-ulis and John Kosch who were planning to convert any interested natives in the South Seas, a supersonic Navy plane piloted by Jim Caffrey, Charles Mullen, and Donald Barley landed to let off Phil Jepsen, and then the flyers breathlessly told how they had picked him up tired and hungry in the middle of the Pacific-he had intended to swim the English Channel but somehow lost his sense of direction. l-lowever, air line hostesses Jean Sloan, Virginia l'lenley, and Joanne Wallace got him back on his feet in no time, ready to walk home with Rose Marie Barisano. ln Southern California, after watching Bill Bradbury and Bob Wilbar practicing on the cinders for the Qlympics, and heavyweight champion phil Welch playfully poking Bob Magee, Anthony Marini, and William Stierli as they tried to concentrate on the Walker Golf Cup, l stopped at the tennis courts. There Ginny Rost and Maria Shea were exchanging heated volleys with Ellen Kattwinkel and Charlotte Abrams before setting off for the Longwood doubles matches, and in the next court Bill Mackey and Jay Lane were rallying, preparatory to the Davis Cup team try-outs, as frank Savell watched. ln Washington state the Tiger Express stopped for a short time in Seattle where an unsound tooth is unknown due to the advances in dentis- try made by Marie Piotti, Elaine Cohen, and Joan Berger, who in turn thank Shirley Geddes, Richard Little and Dick Millard for their pains- taking medical, physical, and chemical research. Gretchen Maxted has discovered several new species of bacteria, and with this knowledge plus the above, Dr. Daniel Rakov and physio-ther- apists Ann James, Joan Potter, and Sarah Lichen- stein are making sure there is not an unsound body in the whole Northwest. Un the return trip across the country we stopped at Detroit. Slums are practically non- existent in this great city because of the wonder- ful social service work directed by Charlotte Kennedy, Phyllis Rice, and Eleanor Seliber, l read in the paper that Mary Ellen Gaffney, Au- drey Shriber, and Barbara McAloon with their advanced practical child psychology assure De- troit a future population of well-rounded, useful citizens. Now at last the Tiger Express is back in Boston, where l.ee Marston is making a name for herself in occupational therapy, as is Margaret Spiller in physio-therapy. Cn my journey several people were anxious to know who of their class were still in Newton l-ligh, l could tell them that Carol ,. i Nee and June Boulter are lceeping the home economics department right on its toes, Richard Dohanian has turned out more than one Stravinslcy in his musical composition course, Cwhile James Roth is head of music in all Massachusetts schoolsj, and Marilyn Greene with the help of English teacher Elaine Dewoli guarantees ninety-nine out of one hundred seniors some form ol higher education. Now l can add that the high school stahl is supplemented by Sylvia Tailby, Dorothy Wansker, and Richarb Shea, while the children ol most Newton graduates who did not go on to careers are under the expert care and guidance of patty Andrews, Carol Macdonald, Marcia Silver, Elinor Walstein, and Ruth Casten. ln the cafeteria, which is bright as high noon Ceven C lunchD thanlcs to electricians Allen Cronin and Anthony Veclcery, the pupils need only the vitamin tablets served by Jean Macleod and Nancy Viscatt to lceep them going until 2:30. l am writing this all from my chalet in the Swiss Alps where the air is kept constantly melodious by the yodelings of Joan Ellsworth, Barbara Lernet, Audrey Boudrot, l-lerbert Singer, and Diclc Barton. l wish you all were here. Elsa Marston PRQPI-IESY CQMMWTEE Grace Marchant Edward Buonato Ralph Q'Dowd 3 Y ll inq Breath Know all men by these presents that we, the Senior class, oi Newton High School, Newton, in the County of Middlesex and Commonwealth oi Massachusetts, being in good health and oi a sound and disposing mind and memory do make and declare this to be our DYING BREATH, hereby revoking any and all previous Wills and Codicils heretofore made by us. We then devise and bequeath our estate as Follows: FIRST We hereby give and bequeath to posterity the following. A new building in the middle ol Elm Road composed ol the fourth Floor oi Building l and the third Floors ot Buildings Two and Three. Larger score cards at the iootball games to completely cover the wet seats, Prehistoric paintings on the tunnel walls. Music, Music, Music in the cafeteria Five days a week, Alice--in-Wonderland reducing tablets to make it possible to drink in comlort from Building Three fountains Cexcluding all H0ld Facelullsnl A new rosewood spinet in room 1305. A tunnel to the Drill Shed for January gym classes. New murals in the Social Room Cthis will keep the art department occupied and happyl An introduction to the Chinese alphabet to enable the advanced math classes to letter com- pletely their geometric Figures. Many years more ol hilarious Senior Plays, expertly presented Drama Club plays, and colos- sal original musicals, Cand orchids to all teachers and pupils who keep these productions the pride ot the schooll A twenty page write-up and colored pictures to boot in Life and the Congressional Record. Places For at least one hundred on an exchange trip to New Qrleans, Hollywood, or Rio de Janeiro. SECOND We bequeath in particular to Any interested boys' varsities - a book ot hints and recommendations by the 'l949A5O girls athletic teams. Both tennis teams, - dark glasses to otlset the glare ol the aluminum lines on the new tennis courts, faiter the ice meltsl. Sewing classes 4 a T950 dressmakeris model Cto be shared with the tootball teamj. Pre-chei classes - wives who cannot cook. Physics classes - earmutis to muhfle the noise ot exploding Flasks. Radio classes and Mr. l.asker's music theory classes -three years oi Boston World Series, Business curricula - shorter and even shorter shorthand. The band - Arrow collars and another pair ot cymbals. The Newtonite - with Building Four Csee aboveD, they are all set. The secretaries in the main otlice and others - an automaton to answer all stupid questions. Future will writers -hundreds ol brilliant ideas. ln witness whereoi, we have hereunto set our hand and seal to this our DYING BREATH at Newton, Massachusetts,-on this tenth day ot June in the year oi our l.ord nineteen hundred EAW fsfzjwz.-sa Class Agents and iilty. 95 'aw 4- 981. 45 J - 3 . LS' ' -fr, 731 1 f N 1 1 5: wiig , x- ' . V! 5 fp i f Q ' , z2Yg3'T:':' 9T??S+:!'2i"5 ik' , ,gpg , J v 2 ' K LJQL.-- ' ,-S':F'ff 1 G is ., - ff my , , M5911 , ' av-ss,.,:'i 4 -zqwfzj, 1 ,. ,A La:-' 514' ' , WW Va .-ag Q - 1 -JV. ., .1" ,uf ,il .Y 'xii Q '- Q -V55 ey ,A I . , .. 'P f g I O flutnqraphs W WW DANIEL ABB TT 1 1 aln t., tonville Dan Day, I, milton, u , 1, Co- Home, Manage ring Musical, 1, 2, hestra , usic Club, 1, 2, 3, ational ciety, 3. if CHARLOTTE ABRAMS 74 Rowena Rd., Newton Center Weeks,-I, College, Physical Education Teacher, Tennis, 1, 2, 3, Basketball, 1, Q, 3, Badminton, 1, Archery, 1, Rally Com- mittee, Q, Debating Club, 1, 2, 3, Outing Club, 1, 2, Aviation Club, 3, Music Club, 3, Senior Play Costume Committee, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Building l Oifice, 1, 9, 3, Orange Committee, 3. LUCIE ADAM 286 Highland Ave., West Newton Warren, l, Radcliffe, Newtonite Adver- tising Statf, 1, Newtonite Circulation, 1, 2, French Club, 1, 2, 3, President, 2, 3, Debating Club, 1, Q, 3, Music Club, Q, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee, 9, 3, National Honor Society, 2, 3, Newtonite, 2, 3, Senior Play Publicity Committee, 3, New- tonian, 3, Publications Board, 3, Spring Musical Costume Committee, 9. PETER J. ADOLPH 27 Coolidge Rd., Newton Center P.J. Pete Weeks, 1, Williams, Bates, Class Treas- urer, 1, 2, Music Club, Vice-President, 2: Associates, Treasurer, 3, Publicity Chair- man, Hallowe'en Dance, 3, Band, 1, Q, Treasurer, 2, Anti-Smoking Committee, 2, 3, Legislature 2, Social Room, 3, Honor Roll, 1 2, 3, Senior Play, 3, Tennis, Q, Na- tional Honor Society, 3. ESTHER-JAYNE ALDEN 521-lillside Ave., West Newton Es, Essie Sing Sing Warren, I, University of Massachusetts, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, German Club, 1, Secretary, Music Club, 1, 2, Gym Demon- stration, 1, Modern Dance, 9, 3, Neo- phytes 1, Science Club, 1, Q, Drama Workshop, 2, Rifle Club, Q, 3, Secretary: Orchesis, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Candy Com- mittees - Spring Musical, 9, Senior Play, 3. JOHN ALDINGER 50 Solon St., Newton Highlands Big Sid, Jack Weeks, Ill B, General Motors Institute, Boston University, Boys' Chorus, 3. MILTON C. ALLEN 30 Avalon Rd., Waban Mule, Toni,Curley Warren, l, College, Social Room Host, 3, Legislature, 3, Orange Shield, Q, 3, Junior Varsity Football, 1, Intermediate Football, 2, Camera Club, H-Y, Dance Committee, 3. I ,. s " 4,l,, I I 'I LAURENCE ALPERT nl ' l 14 Hobart Rd., Newton Center Larry Weeks, l, College, Junior Varsity Foot- ball, 1, lntermediate Hockey, 2, Varsity Football, 3. ALBERT AMADEI AI 98 Washington St., Newton Bigelow, ll, College, Home Room Manager, 1, Legislature, 1, Newtonian ArtStati,3. SALLY JANE AMIDON Q8 Hancock St., Auburndale Sal, Sal-Bear Warren, ll, Junior College, Neophytes, 1, Rally Committee, Cavalry Club, Q, Drama Club, 3, Leader Corps, 1, Q, 3, Modern Dance, 2, 3, Gym Demonstra, tion, 1. JAMES AMYOUNY T k 17 Circuit Ave., Newton Highlands ur Weeks, ll, Boston University. JOSEPH ANASTASIA 98 Melville Ave., Newton Tickey Day, 4, Navy. PAULINE LOUISE ANDERSON 16 Royce Rd., Newton Center Polly Weeks, l, Duke University, Colby Junior College, Music Club, 1, Q, Drama Work- shop, Q, Rally Committee, Q, Modern Dance, 2, Senior Play Property Committee, 3, Art Night, 3, Gym Demonstration, 1, Senior Play Publicity Committee, 3. PATRICIA ANDREWS 103 Prince St., West Newton Pat, Pattie, Pistuch Warren, l, Wheelock, Outing Club, Q, Science Club, Q, Future Teachers of America, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Drama Workshop, Q, Chorus, Q, 3, Gym Demon- stration, 1, Archery, Q, 3, Costume and Candy Committees,-Spring Musical, Q, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, Senior Play Candy Committee, 3. SHIRLEY ANNE ANDREWS Q49 Auburn St., Auburndale Shirl Warren, ll, Nursing. KENNETH ANNESE Q6 Brooks Ave., Newtonville Feets, Red Day, IV, Bentley, Basketball. ROSE ANTONELLIS 69 Court St., Newtanville Ro, Rosie DaYf IV C, Office Work, Softball, 1, Music Club, 3. JOHN ANZIVINO 10 Beech St., Needham Mike Needham Junior High, lll A 4, Elec- trician. , E I W . , sr? , -. Q. ' i .5 A -nf' I . -ss h ,W We D , gg ' Wiz' ai via A. ,Q is "' . ' f X' fi ' I 98 LORRAINE E. ARCESE 56 Central Ave., Newtonville Day, l, College, Senior Class SecretarYi Executive Committee, 3, Newtonian Sec- retary, 3, Orange Shield, Music Board Chairman, Anti-Smoking Committee, Legis- lature, Glee Club, 1, Q, Orchestra, 1, Q, Sing Out Sweet Land, 9, Junior Dance, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Girls' Chorus, Q, 3: Rally Committee, Football Dances, Q, 3, Tri-I-li-Y, 1, SZ, 3, Girls' State Conference, 1949, Senior Prom Committee, Honor Roll, 9, 3. ROBERT DENNIS ARSENAULT Q13 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands Bob Weeks, ll, University of Maine, Hunting al-nd Fishing Club, Q, 3, Rifle Club, Q, Ski eam, 1. - FREDERICK J. ASBELL, JR. 179 Allerton Rd., Newton Highlands Teddy, Ted, Slim Weeks, ll, General Motors Institute, Baseball, 1, Q, Basketball, 1, Intramural Basketball, 1, Q, 3, Hi-Y, 1, Q, 3, Treas- urer, 3, Legislature Alternate, 3, Boys' Chorus, 3. RITA ASCHER 577 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Center Boss Weeks, ll, Chandler, Burdett, Music Club, 3, Drama Workshop, 3, Personality Club, 3. ANN D. ATWOOD 39 Chester St., Newton Highlands Weeks, ll, Wheelock, Orange Shield, Q, 3, Camera Club, 1, Q, Stage Workshop, Q, Home Room Manager, 3, Music Club, Q, Personality Club, 1, Gym Demonstra- tion, 1, Science Fair. ROBERT AVAKIAN 10 Bennington St., Newton Bob, Avak Bigelow, l, M. l. T., Harvard, Neo- phytes, 1, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Christmas Vespers, 1, Glee Club, 1, Home Room Manager, 2, Math Club, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 3. ALEXANDER AVTGES AI 129 Belmont St., Watertown East Junior High, lll A 4, Electrician. LOUIS FELIPE AZUOLA 51 Mt. Alvernia Rd , Chestnut Hill Louie Cushing Academy, Il, College, Cavalry Club, Q 3, Spanish Club, 9, 3, Glee Club, Q, NANCY LEE BAKER 99 Central St., Auburndale Nan, Nance Warren, ll, Junior College, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, Tri-Hi-Y, Q, 3, Rally Com- mittee, 9, 3, Gym Demonstration, l, Science Fair, 9, Music Club, 1. EDWARD B. BANNISTER 136 Eliot Ave., West Newton Ed, Eddie, Eddie Railin' Warren, ll, Work, Intramural Basketball, Q, 3. KENNETH T. BARBER 17 John St., Waltham Ken Waltham I-ligh, lll A 4, Electrician. LEONARD IRWIN BARBER 19 Evelyn Rd., Waban Lenny, Beak, Len Warren, I, University of Massachusetts, Brandeis University, Intramural Basketball, 1, Q, 3, Social Room I-lost, 3, Camera Club, Vice-President, 3, Home Room Manager, 3, Legislature Alternate, 1, Class Treasurer, 1, Assistant Home Room Manager, 1, Math Club, 1, I-Ii-Y, 3, Senior Play Usher, 3. ZV7 ff 1 I LW, ,, I X , ,, , M ff 1 Q C' Za. I QQ' f , nj , ,,gf,f,f ' V, yi, ,.' iff, ' 4 ff X ff f 4' ' f',, ,,, , f'ti 1 f f f f i , , , Jag ' 15' ,ap , 215 Zfgje DANIEL P. BARBO Q97 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Dan, Danny, DB. Saint Sebastians, ll, College, Interna- tional Club, Q, 3, President, 3, Orange Shield, 3. JANE BARISANO 64 West St., Newton Janie, Shortie, Candy Day, IV, Office Work, Leader Corps, 'I, Word Trapper, 3, Music Club, 3. RALPH BARISANO B 109 Pearl St., Newton df ll, Varsity Football, Q, 3, Varsity Basket- ball, 3, Orange Shield, 3, Anti-Fraternity- Sorority Committee, l-egislature, 9, 3, Varsity Club, 3, Camera Club. ROSEMARIE BARISANO 64 West St., Newton Ro, Rosie, Barry Day, IV C, Office Work. ELIZABETH BARKER 338 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands Betty, Betty Boop, Liz Weeks, l, University of Massachusetts, Orange Shield, 3, Anti-Smoking Commit- tee, 3, Football Dance Committee, 'Legis- lature, 1, Modern Dance, Q, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, 9, 3, Tri-I-'li-Y, Cheerleader, 3. DONALD A. BARLEY 64 Eddy St., West Newton Don, Donny Day, IV, Work, Business School, Spring Musical, Make-up Committee, Q, I-Ionor Ro , Q, 3. FRANSEEN BARTLETT Q65 Central St., Auburndale Bennie, Barty, Fran Warren, ll, Endicott Junior College, Modern Dance, 2, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Building I Ollice, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Art Night, Football Square Dance. RICHARD BARTON 97 Court St., Newtonville Dick Boston Latin, I, Aviation Club, 1, Q, 3, Science Fair, 1, 3, Neophytes, 1. ALBERTA HOPE BEAN 1735 Beacon St., Waban Bert Framingham High, I, College, Art Club, Q, 3, Archery Q, English Club, 3, Vice- President, 3, Newtonian Activities Staff, 3, Newtonite Staff, 3, Newtonite Circu- lation 3, Literary Magazine Editorial Board, 3, Honor Roll, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 3. ROBERT H. BEAN Q15 Melrose St., Auburndale Bob, Beano, Homer Warren, l, Dartmouth, Glee Club, 1, 9, 3, Orchestra, 1, Spring Musical, 1, Christmas Vespers, 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 2, 3, President, 3, Drama Club, Q, 3, Properties CommitteesfDrama Club Play, 3, Spring Musical, Q, Cheer- leader' Q, 3, Speakers Bureau, 1, Q, 3, Orange Book, Q, Indoor Track, 1, 3, Anti- Smoking Committee, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Home Room Mana er, 2, New- tonian Staff, 3, English Calub Speaking Contest, Q. RICHARD E. BEATTY 98 Roosevelt Rd., Newton Center Dick Weeks, ll, College, Football, Junior Varsity, 1, Varsity, Q, 3, Hockey, Junior Varsity, 1, Varsity, Q, 3, Baseball, Junior Varsity, 1, Intermediate, 2, Varsity, 3, Vice-President of Class, 1, Associates, Clerk, 9, Boys' Vice-President, 3, Class President, 3, Civics Board, 3, Executive Committee, 3, Hallowe'en Dance Com- mittee, Q, 3, Football Dance Committee, 2, 3, Junior Dance Committee, 2, Anti- Smoking Committee, 2, 3, Anti-Fraternity- Sorority Committee, 1, Orange Shield, 3. WALTER EDWARD BEEVERS 287A Washington St., Newton Biv, Wally Bigelow: Il: Architectural College, Varsity Football, Q, 3, Basketball, lnter- mediate, 1, Q, Varsity, 3, Track, 3, Legis- lature, 1, 9, 3, Second Vice-President, Senior Class, Anti-Sorority-Fraternity Com- mittee, 1, Anti-Smoking Committee, 3, Football Dance Committee, 1, Sophomore Dance Committee, 1, Junior Dance Com- mittee, 2, Senior Prom Committee, 3, HalIowe'en Dance Committee, 1, 3, Orange Shield Captain, 3, Intramural asketball, 1, Q, Varsity Club, 3, Met- eorology Club, 3. 4 l i i ,ff , ,4If 9, ' , . 4, 4 - , I I ,JA . .1 , . . ,,i , f 1 f fl X 41 fa , f X 'X ,I 1 9 1 f 1 Ky X X X f if, Q I f 'Q 0' ' fr 1 f -1 f '47 ff Ars X ,kw a aww 1 ' ff 1 X sf, OO VIRGINIA ANN BENSON 63 Sumner St., Newton Center Ginny, Gin, Ginger Day, ll, Music College, WAFS, Neo- phytes, 1, Music Club, 1, 3, Band, ,li Glee Club, 1, Orchestra A, 1, 2, 3, B, Q, Camera Club, 3, Modern Dance, 3. JOAN BERGER 49 Edgehill Rd., Chestnut Hill Jo, Bergie, Berg Choate, ll, Boston University, Music Club, 1, 2, 3, Debating Club, Q, 3, Drama Workshop, 3, Camera Club, 3, Cavalry Club, Q, 3. STEVEN BERKE 43 Norwood Ave., Newton Center Doc, Senator Weeks, I, Oklahoma University, Camera Club, 1, 2, 3, International Club, 1, Q, 3, Newtonian Advertising Statl, Q, 3, New- tonite Advertising Staff, 2, 3, Christmas Vespers Q, Drama Club Play Usher, Q, 3, Drama Club, 3, Junior Varsity Baseball Manager, Track Manager, 2, 3, Nature Club, 1, Meteorology Club, 1, 2. ALLEN BILLINGSLEY 58 Westminster Rd., Newton Center Al, Bill, Bing, Billings Weeks, I, DePauw University, Harvard Business School, Orange Shield, 3, Avia- tion Club, 1, 2, Camera Club, 1, Home Room Manager, Q, Honor Roll, Q, Literary Magazine, 2, Election Committee, 1, Na- tional Honor Society, 3. ROBERT WHITFIELD BISHOP 154 Auburndale Ave., West Newton Bish, Ted Warrei, I, Boston University, Junior Varsity Football, 1, Indoor Track, Q, 3, Outdoor Track, Q, 3. HELEN BLACK 371 Cherry St., West Newton Blackie, Stretch Warren, IV B, Northeastern University, Girls' Chorus, 1. WAYNE BLAKE 76 Harding St., West Newton Day, Ill A, School, Band, Boys' Chorus, Spring Musical, Q. SALLY BODGE 113 Grove St., Auburndale Warren, l, Middlebury, Otterbein, Neo- phytes, 1, Camera Club, 2, French Club, 2, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Office Assistant, Placement Office, Q, 3, Christmas Vespers, Q, 3, Parents' Night, 3, Drama Club, 3, Program Committee, 3, Music Club, 3, English Club, 3, Senior Play-Cast, and Costume Committee, 3, Newtonite Cir- culation StaFF, 3, Honor Roll, 3. SALLY G. A. BONDI 471 California St., Newtonville Day, l, Jackson, Tufts Medical, Drama Workshop, 2, 3, Orange Shield, 1, Q, 3, Art Night, 3, Football Dance Committee, 3, Honor Roll,1,3,RallyCommittee,3,Senior Play Scenery Committee, 2. RALPH BORGESEN 8 Columbia Ave., Newton Upper Falls Weeks, Florist. PEGGY ANN BOSTWICK 16 lslington Rd., Auburndale Peg Warren, ll, Boston University, Home Room Manager, 1, Music Club, 1, Q, Neo- phytes, 1, Cavalry Club, 9, Tri-Hi-Y, Girls' Chorus, 1, 2, Gym Demonstration, 1. NORMA BOTTI 36 Woodbine Ter., Auburndale Snapper Belmont Junior High, ll, Boston Uni- versity, Rally Committee, 1, Q, Neophytes, 1, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, Anti- Smoking Committee, 9. WILLIAM F. BOUCHER BQH 147 Cherry St., West Newton l Warren, l, College. AUDREY BOUDROT 35 Dalby St., Newton Boudie, Boots, Auds and Ends, Butch Day, IV, Boston University, Cheerleader' 1, Q, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Anti-Smoking Committee, 3, Rally Committee, 1, 9, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, 3, New- tonian Advertising Statf, Q, Basketball, 2, Legislature Assistant 3, Baseball, Q, 3, Senior Play Candy Committee, 3, Outing Club, Q, Personality Club, Tri-Hi-Y, 3. ELAINE G. BOUDROT 19 Faxon St., Newton Red ' Our Lady's High School, IV, Secre- tarial Work. RICHARD BOUDROT 37 Evergreen Ave., Auburndale Dick, Boddy Warren, lll B, Watchmaker or Service. JUNE BOULTER 68 Brookside Ave., Newtonville June Bug Day, ll, Framingham Teachers' College, Legislature, 1, 3, Neophytes, 1, Drama Club, Q, 3, Alpha Beta, 1, Orange Shield, 3, Girls' Chorus, 3, Music Club, 3, Christmas Play, 9, Honor Roll, 3, Canteen Committee, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, Christmas Ves- pers, 3, Parents' Night, 3, Office Editor, Newtonite, Q, Newtonite Advertising Staff, 1, OHice Assistant, Building ll, 3. BARBARA BOYLE BO Jewett St., Newton Babs, Bobby Bigelow, ll, Leland Powers, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Neophytes, 1, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Modern Dancing, 1, Gym Demonstration, 1, Declamation Speech Contest, Drama Club, 3, Senior Play, Na- tional Honor Society, 3. WILLIAM E. BRADBURY B75 Walnut St., Newton Center Brad Weeks, IV, Business School, Varsity Indoor Track, 1, Q, 3, Outdoor Track, 'l, Q, 3, Junior Varsity Football, 'l, Music Club, MILDRED MARIE BRADLEY Q06 Crafts St., Newtonville Day, Ill B, Salesgirl. BARBARA ANN BRADY 'I7 Cross St., West Newton Barb, Barbie, Bobbie Warren, Il, Music School, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Outing Club, 'l, Newtonite Ad- vertisin Stall, 'l, Q, 3, Science Club, Q, Rally Committee, 9, 3, Orange Book, Neophytes, Hockey, 'l, Basketball, 'l, Q, Softball Junior Varsity, 'l, Gym Demon- stration, 'l, Girls' Chorus, 'l, Q, 3, Spring Musical, 9, Vespers, 9, 3, Modern Dance, 3. JOHN BREEN 'l'l6 Auburn St., Auburndale Bates Warren, Il, Salesman, Hi-V, 9, 3, Var- sity Goll, 'l, Q, 3. THOMAS MOORE BRIGHAM 'IS Rogers St., Newton Highlands Tom, Casey Weeks, I, College, Chemistry Club, 3, Stage Crew, Q, Radio Club, Q. ANNE RUTH BRONSTEIN 'l'l6 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill Weeks, I, College, Neophytes, 'l, De- bating Club, 'l, Q, Rally Committee, Q, Sing Out, Sweet Land, Q, Music Club, 'l, Q, 3, English Club, Q, 3, Program Com- mittee, 3, Newtonite Stall, Q, Future Teachers of America, Secretary, 3, New- tonian Activities Stall, 3, Literary Maga- zine, Q, Assistant Editor, 3, Honor Roll, 'l, Q, 3, Newtonian Advertising Stall, 3, National Honor Society, 3. 1,.. , .,1,,.i, lf',l21.Z,- 1- I f f f a ,ce, CARL FRANCIS BROOKS 94 Los Angeles St., No-antum Lover-a-boy Day, IV, Singing Career, Dance Band. 3, Projector's Club, 'l, Q, 3, MUSIC Club- ? Q ' " ,fs H4-. .f I hm I leg, 102 HELEN L. BROOKS 90 Ridge Ave., Newton Center Weeks, I, Mt. Holyoke, Neoohytes, 1, Music Club, 'l, Q, 3, Art Club, Q, Eng- lish Club, 9, Program Chairman, 3, Spring Musical, Q, Newtonian Proof Stal'F, 3, Newtonite Features, News Editors, 9, Newtonite Circulation Staff, 'l, Q, 3, New- tonite Advertising StaFt, Q, 3, National Honor Society, Q, 3, Legislature. 'l, Q, Orange Shield, 3, Band, 'l, 9, 3, Guidance Office 3, Senior Play Costume Committee, 3, Honor Roll, 'l, Q, 3, Girls' Chorus, 'l, Home Room Manager, 3, Athletic Ban- Euet Committee, 3, Valentine Dance ornmittee. ARTHUR IVES BROWN, JR. Q7 Highland Ave., Newtonville Art, Brownie Day, l, Harvard, Neophytes Play, 'l, Legislature Alternate, Q, Rings and Pins Committee, Q, 3, Drama Club, Q, National Honor Society, Q, 3, Legislature, 3, Word Trappers, 3, Newtonian, 3, Frederick Exchange, 3, Honor Rall, 'l, Q, 3. C, PHILIP BROWN 'l7O Pine Ridge Rd., Waban Brownie Barrington, R. I., ll, Go To Prep School, Football. JACOUELINE MARY BROWN Q98 Tremont St., Newton Jackie High School of Our Lady, IV, Cashier or Secretarial Work. RUTH MARILYN BROWN , 'IQ Hazelwood Ave., West Newton Ruthie Warren, IV B, Katharine Gibbs, Camera Club, 'l, Music Club, Q, Personality Club, Q, Archery, 'l, Building ll Office, 3, Honor Roll, Q. NANCY BRUCE 35 Lenox St., West Newton Warren, I, Mount Holyoke, Alpha Beta, Treasurer, 1, Neophytes, 1, New. tonite Circulation Staff, 1, Q, 3, Modern DGHCC, 1, 9, 3, Orchesis, Vice-Presi- dent, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, Gym Demon. Srretion, 1, 3, Spring Musical, Q, 3, Music Club, Q, Drama Workshop, Q, Eng- lish Club, 3, Football Dance Committees, 3, Rally Committee, 9, Social Board, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, Q, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3. RRICT-IARD DAVID BUCHANAN 18 Fisher Ave., Newton Highlands Dick, Buckie Weeks, II, Teachers' College, Home Room Manager, 1, Football Dance Re- freshment Committee, 1, Stage Crew, 1, Q, 3, Meteorology Club, Q, Anti- Smoking Committee, Q, Future Teachers of America, Treasurer, 3, Camera Club, 3, Music Club, 3, Boys' Chorus, 3, Parents' Night Usher, Building lll Captain, 3. JAMES F. BUCKLEY 60 Crescent Ave., Newton Center Jim, Buck, I-iomo Weeks, ll, Boston University, University of Massachusetts, Orange Shield, Q, Anti- Smoking Committee, 3, Honor Roll, Q, Football Dance Committee, 3, Hockey, 1, Q, 3, Hi-Y, 1, Q, 3, Boys' Chorus, Q, 3, Track, 1. JANET BUDGELL J 93 Forest St,, Newton Highlands an Weeks, ll, Lasell Junior College, Medi- cal Secretary, Band, 1, 9, 3, Concert Band, 3, Orchestra A, 1, Q, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, Gym Demonstration, 1, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Modern Dance, 1, Q, 3, Orchesis Club, 3, Parents' Night, 1, Spring Musi- cal, 1, Q, Orange Shield, Q, 3, Newtonian Activities Staii, 3, Stage Workshop, Q, Music Festival, 1, National Honor Society, 3. CAROLYN M. BUONATO 16 Duxbury Rd., Newton Center Carol Weeks, IV, Burdett College, Secretarial Work, Orange Shield, 3, Home Room Alternate, 3, EDWARD W, BUONATO, JR. 16 Duxbury Rd., Newton Center Bon Boy, EB., Bun Bun Weeks, lll A 4, School, Automobile Business, Home Room Manager, Q, 3, 4, Legislature, 2, 3, 4, Newtonian Stail, 4, National Honor Society, 3. , ,eg Vi' ,Zffw X , egffi, , , , ,, '.,-, N, , My f, I h. . , , M X 4 WI f , mfg 1 0 M X f A f ,,09huA , fx -ws . 103 1 STANLEY BURG 18 Stuart Rd., Newton Center Weeks, l, Harvard, Cavalry Club, Fishing and Hunting Club, Track, Home Room Manager, 1. PAUL V. BURK Q3 Forest St., Newton Highlands Vinnie, P.V. Navy, lll A, 4, General Motors Insti- tute, Work, Home Room Manager. BETTY JANE BUTLER Q4 Pembroke St., Newton Bootsey Bigelow, III B, Work. KATHERINE BUTLER 70 Waban Rd,, Newton Kay Bigelow, IV C, Work. JAMES A. CAFFREY 85 Warren St., Newton Center Big Jim, Coach Weeks, I, College, Intermediate Foot- ball, Varsity Football, intramural Basket- ball, H-Y, Legislature, Social Room Host, Math Club. MARGARET CAIRA 41 Fair Oaks Ave., Newtonville Peggy, Midge, Mac Day, I, Simmons, Girls' Chorus, Q, 3, Library Club, 1, Music Club, 9, 3, Drama Workshop, 3, Camera Club, 1, Senior Play Candy Committee, 3. HUGH RAEBURN CAMERON R 39 Moffat Rd., Waban ae Warren, ll, Providence Bible Institute, Honor Roll, 'l, 2, Motion Picture Squad, Q, 3, Rifle Club, Q, 3, Usher Graduation, 2, Baseball Score Board, 2, Chairman Senior Play Committee, National Honor Society, 3. EMILIE LOUISE CAMP 33 Copley St., Newton Ellie, Emmie Bigelow, I, Connecticut College, Out- ing Club, 1, Neophytes, 1, Softball, 1, Honor Roll, 1, 3, Science Club, Q, Rally Committee, Q, Spring Musical Costume Committee, 9, Home Room Manager, Q, Camera Club, 3, Tennis, Q, Assistant Home Room Manager, 3, Orange Book StaI'I, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 3. ALICE M PBELL ntral Ave,, Newtonville , I, Ra iFIe, Orange Shield, 3, onite Advertising Staff, 'l, 3, Neo- s Play, 'l, Spring Musical Properties hairman, 1, Q, Cast, Q, Drama Club Play Candy Chairman, Q, Drama Club, 9, 3, President, 3, Camera Club, Q, 3, Vice- President, Q, Secretary, 3, Glee Club, 'l, 9, 3, Rally Committee, Q, Tennis, Q, Home anager, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3. NANCY JANE CAMPBELL 60 Highland Ave., Newtonville Nan Day, II, College, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Christmas Vespers, Q, Rally Committee, 9, Camera Club, 2, Glee Club, 2, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Drama Workshop, 1, Q, Tennis, 1, Archery, Q, Future Teachers ol America, 3. MARIE L. CANCELLIERI 11 Maplewood Ave., Newton Center Mickey East Boston High, IV, Modeling, Air Hostess, Modern Dance, 1, Q, 3, Orchesis, 3, Personality Club, 3, Vice-President, 3, Social Room, 3, Spring Musical, Q, Tri- I- . MARIAN ELIZABETH CANNON 86 Waban Park, Newton Bigelow, ll, Wheelock, Neophytes, Girls' Chorus, 1, Archery, 'l, Softball, 1, Legislature, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, Home Room Manager, 1, Future Teachers of America, 3. I I f I O4 ' ELEANOR SUSAN CAPASSO 53 Rangeley Rd., West Newton Susie, Ellie Warren, IV, Katharine Gibbs. RAYMOND J. CAPOBIANCO 99 Thurston Rd., Newton Upper Falls Campy Weeks, ll, Hunting and Fishing Club, MONROE B. CARDER 1411 Beacon St., Waban Nick Warren, Il, Junior College, Track, 1, 9, 3, Orange Shield, Q. EILEEN M. CAREY 610 Watertown St., Newtonville Day, I, Radcliffe, Camera Club, 1, Q, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Orchestra, 1, Q, 3, Legislature Q, Future Teachers of America, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Social Room Hostess, 3. ,wif ,-:++..:x1.o....t.n- 8.:.I...-. IRENE ELIZABETH CARRIER Q4 Elmwood St., Newton Renie, Hopalong Taft Junior High, Brighton, ll, IV, Bry- ant and Stratton, Girls' Chorus, 1, 3, Personality Club, 3. JOHN CARUSO 197 Cypress St., Newton Center Weeks, IV, Business. ANTOINETTE MARIE CASIERI 7 Cambria Rd., West Newton Anne Warren, IV C, Work. RUTH VIRGINIA CASTEN T 1038 Center St., Newton Center Cass, Cassie Weeks, II, Wheelock, Archery, 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 9, 3, Modern Dance, 1, Future Teachers of America, 3, Orange Shield, 3. PATRICIA CASWELL 42 Morse Rd., Newtonville Patti, Patsy Day, l, Smith, Hollins, Neophytes, 1, Alpha Beta, 1, Hallowe'en Dance Com- mittee, 1, Music Club, Q, Junior Prom Committee, 2, Drama Club, 9, 3, Tennis, Q, Tri-Hi'Y, Q, Rally Committee, Q. JAMES ANTHONY CAVALLO 50 Auburn St., West Newton Jim, Jimmy, Chief Perkins lnst., Watertown, ll, Newton Junior College. ROGER CEDERLUND 6 Agawam Rd., Waban Swede Warren, ll, College, Junior Varsity Football, 1, Varsity, Q, 3, Home Room Manager, Q, Legislature, 3, Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3. DONALD JACK CHAPMAN D 4 Glenmore Ter., Newton Highlands on Weeks, l, P.G., Northeastern, Rifle Club, Q, 3. l l 105 PRISCILLA REYNOLDS CHAPMAN B4 Highland St , West Newton Bee, Beegoo, Pril Warren, l, Swarthmore College, Uni- versity of Geneva, Hockey, 1, Lacrosse, 1, Debating Club, 1, Q, 3,lnternational Club, 1, Qi Newtonite Copy Editor, Q, 3, Newtonite Layout and Proof Editors, 3, Literary Magazine, Q, 3, Music Club, Q, 3, Publicity Committee, 3, Football Dance Ticket Committee Chairman, 3, Home Room Manager, Q, National Honor Society, Q, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, Speak- esrs' Bureau, Q, 3, Usher, Parents' Night, SHEILA CHASIN 101 Parker Ave., Newton Highlands Weeks, Il, Beth lsrael Hospital Nursing School, Cavalry Club, 3. ROBERT WARNER CHATFIELD 131 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Bigelow, ll, Work, College. DANA GRANT CHEYNE 32 Rowe St., Auburndale Warren, l, College, Band. ELIZABETH SALVISBERG CHILDS 144 Hancock St,, Auburndale Lilibet, Squiky, The Amazon Kid Warren, l, Art Club, Q, 3, English Club, 2, French Club, 3, Leader Corps, 1, Q, 3, Newtonian Representative, Q, Music Club, 3, Gym Demonstration, 1, Badminton, 1, Honor Roll, 1. ANGELO ALEXANDER CIALDEA Q91 Bellevue St., Newton Angie Bigelow, ll, NROTC, College, Band, Q, 3,Track, 1, 3, Football Manager, 1, Q, 3, Meteorology Club, 3. DAVID J. CLARK 89 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Dave Clear l, Engineering College, Aviation MILO GUY CLARK, JR. 194 lslington Rd., Auburndale Mit St. Paul Academy, St, Paul, Minnesota, l, Williams, Assistant Editor-in-Chief, Newtonian, 3, Orange Shield, 3, Anti- Smoking Committee, 3, Rifle Club, Q, Orange Book Staff, Q, Football Dance Committee, 3, Honor Roll, 9, 3, New- tonian Photographer, 3, National Honor Society, 3. NORTON D. CLARK t Q9 Richardson St., Newton Skipper Bigelow, Ill A, Machine, Further School ing, Work, Home Room Manager, Model Railroad Club. PRESCOTT M. CLARK Q30 Winslow Rd., Waban Buzz Weeks, l, Dartmouth, Legislature, 1, 9, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Football Dance Com- mittee, 1, Science Fair, 1, 9, Cheerleader, Q, 3, Captain, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee, Q, 3, Orange Shield, Q, Orange Book Edi- tor, Q, Hallowe'en Dance Committee, Q, 3, Civics Board Chairman, 3, Newtonian Business Manager, 3, Lunch Room Chair- man, National l-lonor Society, Q, 3, Drama Club, Q, 3, Neophytes President, 1, Rally Committee, Q, Junior Dance Chairman, Q, Flregegick Exchange Student, 3, Glee Club, PRISCILLA CLARK Q30 Winslow Rd., Waban Bunny Weeks, ll, Junior College, Modern Dance, 1, Q, 3, Rally Committee, Orange Shield, 2, 3, Honor Roll, Q, Newtonite Advertising Staff, Q, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Cuirls' Chorus, Q, 3, Drama Club, Q, 3, Christmas Vespers, Q, 3, Drama Work- shop, Q, Christmas Play, Q, Orchesis Club, 3, Home Room Manager, 1, Neophytes, 1, Vice-President, Anti-Smoking Committee, 3: Legislature Alternate, 52, Football Dance Committee, 3, Publicity and Candy Committees, Drama Club Play, Q, Spring Musical, Q, Newtonian Activities Edi- tor, 3. MURIEL IRENE CLARKE 154 Lexington St., Auburndale Warren, ll, Children's Hospital Nurs- ing, Neophytes, 1. sf , - ag., fx , I I su , ly X! Q A f, Z. xr M y 1 If I ,ae2.,f, - 1. My Z:".f"' ' GLN-t-:fW"'4, ' 7 ' f ., fygr-5 5-' wwffewy e . is .V ,M i . 106 NANCY CLARKE 59 Woodland Rd., Auburndale Nance l, Dulce University, University of Mass., Modern Dance, Q, 3, Orchesis, 3, New- tonite Advertising Staff, Q, 3, Mus-c Club, 1, Q, 3, Drama Workshop, 3, Spring Musi- cal Costume Committee, Q, Cuym Demon- stration, 1, Neophytes, 1, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Vespers, 9, 3. EUGENE COAKLEY 553 Watertown St., Newtonville Gene, Coke Day, IV, Navy, ELAINE DORIS COHEN 54 Ellis Rd., West Newton Warren, ll, Endicott Junior College, Chorus, 1, Neophytes, 1, Music Club, 1, Q, Archery, 1. HERBERT COHEN T 36 Chestnut Hill Ter., Chestnut Hill X eWeeks, l, Brown, Camera Club, Stage Crew, Debating Club, RiFle Club, Hunting and Fishing Club, Newtonite Advertising Stafl, Baseball Junior Varsity. RONA COHEN 121 Cotton St., Newton Ronnie Bigelow, l, College, Neophytes, 1, Drama Club, Q, 3, French Club, Q, Glee Club, 1, Q, Newtonite Business Staff, Q, 3, Newtonian Circulation Stl-IFF, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary, Q, President, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee, 3, Senior Executive Commit- tee, 3, Junior Dance Committee, 3, Foot- ball Dance Committee, 3, Orange Shield Captain, 3, Legislature, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, National Honor Society, 3. JOSEPHINE JOANNE COLELLA 191 Chapel St., Newton Jo, Joan, Slats Day, IV, Office Work. MARCIA COLLINS 931 Washington St,, Newtonville Thayer DdY: Ii ColleSe, I-Iome Room Manager, 1, 3, Alpha Beta, Vice-President, 1, Li- brary Club, 1, Neophytes, 1, Camera Club, Q, Social Room I-lostess, 3, Build- ing I Office, 3, Gym Demonstration, 1, Literary Magazine, 2, French Club, 3, English Club, 3. ALICE CONDON 154 Oliver Rd., Waban Connie Weeks, I, Forsyth Dental College, Orange Shield, Q, 3, Office Work, Q, Cavalry Club, Q. STEPHEN N ore . wton Center W k I rnell P esident, 1, Q, Ass lat Pre ' , 3, Anti-Smo in Co i , Q ome Ro m ana , Assistantfy M ger, 1, 1 r arsity Foot I allowe'en a ommit- tee, , Chairman, 3, o all Dance Co , Q, 3, Chairm , Boys' State Con erence, 1949, Wya dotte Student Exchange, Q, Music Club, 1, Debating Club, 1, International Club, 9, I-Ii-Y, 1, Q, 3, Safety Council. MARJORIE CONNER 11 Barnes Rd,, Newton Margie Bigelow, I, Modeling School, Basket- ball, 1, Field I-lockey, 1, Tri-I-Ii-Y, 1, 3. PHILIP J. CONNOR ph-I 109 Central St., Auburndale i Warren, ll, School, Orange Shield. CHRISTOPHER COOK 5 Irving Rd., Waban Warren, I, Yale, Stage Crew, 1, SZ, Hunting and Fishing Club, Q, 3, Rifle Club, 3, Intramural Basketball, Q. 1 , -f., , - ' " . shftis- - eff: , , .,, , ,,- , Y ,, iz? 1 f X ,- ff , 7 f 1 X 4' fl 'af' ' ,S 40 , f f , 1 ,, f ' ., , ff f yf f4fg4 f s e5f 'f t t " X ig ATX X We K. ' ts xx was XS Q L . x , ' 5, ,Q , t X . X X s. .N FQ m NX N X? ,rx RALPH E. CORNISH 4 I-loyey St., Newton Rocky Navy, Ill A, Auto, Engineering Insti- tute. JOSEPH WILLIAM CORRIGAN 166 Ridge Ave., Newton Center Joie Boston Tech., ll, College, Senior Play Advertising Committee, Football Dance Committee. RALPH CORSETTI 19 Melbourne Ave., Newtonyille Day, IV, Work, College, Rifle Club. RONALD COSENTINO 1580 Commonwealth Ave., West Newton Ronnie Williston Academy, I, Tufts, Junior Varsity Football, 1, Junior Varsity Tennis, 1, Varsity Tennis, 2, Intermediate I-lockey, 9. ELVIRA COSTA 61 Prescott St., Newtonyille Day, Ill B, Nursing, Junior Varsity Soft- ball, 1, 2, Junior Varsity Basketball, 1, 2, Junior Varsity Field I-lockey, 1, Q, Var- sity Field I-lockey, Q, Football Dance Committee, 3. NANCY CRAGIN 90 Bunker Lane, West Newton Nan, Nance Day, I, College, Neophytes, 1, Alpha Beta, 1, Camera Club, Q, Tri-I-I-Y, 2, 3, English Club, 3, Girls' Chorus, 3, Music Club, 1. JOHN WESLEY CRAIG 53 Belmore Pk., Newton Lower Falls Wesley Warren, l, Northwestern University, Band, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, 1, Q, Camera Club, 1, Spring Musical, Q, A Cappella Choir, 3, National Honor Society, 3. GRACE ELIZABETH CROSBY 50 Wedgewood Rd., West Newton Day, I, Work, College. RALPH CROWLEY 14 Dana Rd., West Newton Warren, IV, Work. BARBARA E. CUNNINGHAM 105 Manchester Rd., Newton Highlands Barb Weeks, ll, Forsyth Dental School, Rally Committee, Q, Girls' Chorus, 1, 9, 3, Music Club, Q, Tri-Hi-Y, Q, Decoration Committee, Junior Prom, Q. CAROL J. CUNNINGHAM 183 Tremont St., Newton Chickie, Bunny QPresentation, ll, Nursing, Camera Club, 1, Q, 3, Secretary, Q, 3, Drama Club, Q, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, Outing Club, 3, Drama Club Play Candy Committee, 2, Christmas Vespers, Q, 3, Newtonian Representative, 3, Candy Committee Senior Play. PAUL MARTIN CURLEY 71 West Pine St., Auburnclale Speed Warren, lV A, ll, Work, Bentley School oi Accounting and Finance, Boys' Chorus, Q, 3, Newtonite Sales at Graduation, Q. I I I 1 O RICHARD L. CURLEY D' k 43 Waban Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill ic Weeks, I, Boston College, Junior Varsity Baseball, 1, Intermediate Basket- ball, gl, Varsity Basketball, 9, 3, Legisla- ture, . MARYL LOUISE CUTTING 91 Walker St., Newtonville Mimi Day, ll, University of Virginia, Tusitala, 1, Q, 3, Music Club, 1, French Club, 1, Literary Magazine, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, 3. JANICE DOROTHEA DAILEY J 94 Glen Ave., Newton Center an Weeks, ll, Airline Stewardess Course at Kathleen Dell, Girls' Chorus, 1, 9, Glee Club, Q, Music Club, Drama Work- shop, 2, 3, Rally Committee, 1, Q, 3, Senior Play Properties and Candy Com- mittees, 3, Tennis, 2, Anti-Sorority- Fraternity Committee, 1, Honor Roll, 1, JOHN FRANCIS DALEY 30 Hale St., Newton Upper Falls Jack ll, Work. FRANK DAVIS 61 Harding St., West Newton Weeks, l, Amherst, University of Mass., Legislature, 2, Alternate, 3, Spanish Club, Q, 3, Future Teachers of America, 3, I-Ionor Roll, 1, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 3. RICHARD C. DAVIS 1734 Beacon St., Waban Dick Belmont Hill, ll, College, Intermediate Hockey. EDNA DAY 24 Riverside St., Auburndale Warren, ll, Kindergarten Teacher, Girls' Chorus, 1, Field Hockey, 1, Q, Basket- ball, 1, 2, Le Cercle Francais, 3, Future Teach-ers, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Gym Demonstra- tion, . PAUL DAY 24 Riverside St., Auburndale Paul Monson Academy, lll A, ll, Massachu- setts Radio School, Senior Play, 3, Radio Club, 3, Meteorology Club, 3, English Club Speaking Contest, Q, National Honor Society, 3. CAROL ANNE DEAN Q1 Rockledge Rd., Newton Highlands Weeks, ll, College, Rally Committee, Drama Workshop, Senior Play Property Committee, Music Club, Modern Dance. MARJORIE EVELYN DEAN 29 Concolor Ave., Newton Margie Bigelow, l, Middlebury, English Club, Rally Committee, Music Club, Neophytes, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Play Properties Com- mittee, Junior Dance, Harvest Dance Committees, Tennis Team, Orange Shield, Orange Book, Social Room Hostess, Drama Workshop, 2, Treasurer, 9, Glee Club, 1, 2, Football Dance Committee, 3, Orange Committee, 3. ALFRED DEFAZIO L. 35 Saco St.. Newton Upper Falls s llixleeks, lll A 4, Auto, Work. MARIE ANN DEFAZIO 374 Ward St., Newton Center Weeks, lV, Receptionist, Head of New- tonite Mailing Staff, 2, 3, Newtonite Ad- vertising Staff, 1, Q, 3, Outing Club, 1, Girls' Chorus, 1, Gym Demonstration, 1. 5 ...pc . f, . , -nz., -,moi piufzgk -' 10 ROSE DEL GROSSO 18 Shamrock St., Newton Rosie, Ro, Del Day, IV, Secretary, National Honor Society, 3. MARYANNE DEMEO 98 Cherry St., West Newton Warren, l, College, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Drama Workshop, Q, 3, Modern Dance, 1, 2, 3, Orchesis, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, Future Teachers, 3, Home Room Manager, 3, National Honor Society, 3. PAUL DENNISON 7 Orris St., Auburndale Warren, ll, Art School, Legislature, 1, Honor Roll, 1, Home Room Manager, 1, 3, National Honor Society, 3. MARGARET DePOPOLO 2019 Beacon St., Waban Warren, l, Simmons, Wellesley, English Club, 3, Orange Shield, Captain, 3, Rally Committee, Football Dance Commit- tee, 9, 3, Junior Prom Committee, Q, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Drama Club Workshop, Vice-President, Q, National Honor Society, Q, 3, Anti- Smoking Committee, 3, Chairman, Social Board, 3, Speakers' Bureau, Q, Glee Club, 1, Q, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Home Room Manager, Q, Tri-Hi-Y, Treasurer, Q, Vice-President, 3, Legislature, 3. LOWELL DEPPER Q8 St. James St., Newton Dep Bigelow, ll, Technical College, Basket- ball, 1, 2, 3, Football, 1, Hi-Y, 1, Q. MARY BAILEY DERR M B Q60 Ouinobequin Rd., Waban Warren, l, Smith, Neophytes, 1, New- tonite StaFl, 2, Orange Shield, Q, 3, Chil- dren's Story Book, 3, Office Assistant, Building One, 9, Legislature Alternate, 9, 3, Art Club, Q, 3, Chairman Nominating Committee, 3, Drama Workshop, 2, Eng- lish Club, 3, National Honor Society, Q, 3, Parents' Night Usher, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3. 4-flu. I i we MARY DE RUBEIS 78 Crafts St., Newtonville Day, IV, Work, Night School. , . DOROTHY DE SANTIS 'l'l Cottage Ct., Newton Shortie Day, IV, 4, Work. ALBERT W. DEVINE AI Q Mullen Ct , Newton Highlands I Warren, lll A, Carpenter or Landscape , Gardener, Basketball, 3, All' , ag ' .3 , f,f.q-',5' 1 6 I T 4 ,ff gig, ELAINE L. DE WOLF D 64 Oak Clil'l Rd., Newtonyille e Weeks, ll, College, Field I-lockey, Balsketball, Softball, Orange Shield, Tusi- ta a. DORIS DI CICCO 1030 Chestnut St,, Newton Upper Falls Dee Dee .- , Weeks, IV C, Work, Night School. to , 41- , 'Y 5 6 DOMENIC DI CLEMENTE 37 Jackson St., Newton Center Mike Weeks, ll, Northeastern University. fi 'l'l Mx' v ft I ,Q we ,bs 43 Q- uw 5 Q S W , ,y,y,,i , ,yi , ' N9 O ELAINE BARBARA DI GREGORIO 3 Emerald St., Newton Lainey Day, Ill B, Telephone Operator. 0' ,WWIV 47" CY JUNE DILLON A 18 Hunnewell Cir,, Newton Nance Bigelow, I, Rhode Island School of Deg sign, National I-'lonor Society, Q, 3, I-lonor Roll, 'l, 9, 3, President Art Club, 'I, 3, Music Club, 3, Literary Magazine, 3, Newtonian Art Staff, 3, Legislature, Q, I-lome Room Manager, 1, Softball, 'I, Basketball, 'l, Q, Modern Dance, 3, Orchesis, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee, 3, Football Dance Committee, 3, Children's Story Book, 3, Tri-I-li-Y, 'l, 3, Leader Corps, 3,Chairman Decoration Committee, Senior Prom, Chairman Decoration Com- mittee Girls' Banquet. PHILIP DILLON, JR. h I 309 Waltham St., West Newton P i Warren, I, Boston College, Junior Varsity Football, Manager, 'l, Neophytes, I, Intermediate Hockey, Q, Track, Q, Drama Club, 3, Social Room I'-lost, 3, Legislature, 3. MARIE MADELINE DI SABATO 35 Amherst Rd., Waban Blinkie Weeks, IV B, Katharine Gibbs, New- tonite Staff, 1, Q, Newtonite Mailing Stalf,1,Q. RICHARD DOHANIAN Rv k 432 Waltham St., West Newton ic Somerville I-ligh, ll, Musician, Music Club, Concert Band, Marching Band, Dance Orchestra. RUTH DOKTON 331 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Ruthie Day, I, Skidmore, Neophytes, 1, Out- ing Club, 'l, Modern Dar1ce,'l, Q, English Club, Q, 3, Rally Committee, Q, Art Club, 3, Drama Club, 3, Newtonite Circula- tion, 3. WILLIAM E. DOLAN 349 Lexington St., Auburndale GOVCVHOF Warren, lll B, Service, Stockbridge BARBARA JENNIE DOUCETT 49 Bowers St., Newtonville Barb, Barbie Day, IV, Business College, Stenography, Girls' Chorus, 1, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, Q, Bowl- ing, Q 3, Senior Play Committee, Honor Roll, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 3. JAMES F. DOUCETTE 299 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Duke Weeks, lll A, 4, Further Schooling. MARCIA DOWD 15 Fredana Rd., Waban Warren, ll, Junior College, Centenary, Bennett, Modern Dance, 1, Q, 3, Rally Committee, 1, 9, Girls' Chorus, 1, Foot, ball Dance Committee, 1, Gym Demonstra- tion, 1, 3. FRANK DOWNES FD 74 West Pine St,, Auburndale . Warren, ll, Springfield. JOHN W. DOWNING, JR. 72 Concord St., Newton Lower Falls Jack Warren, l, Baseball Manager, 1, Foot- ball Manager, 3. , ,,,, f 4 cis 1951 pa 7 1 , 1 , V., Re ,M V ,,.. if i' I 52 ,a I ,,.,, gg:- .,.. iii. v n , , J . 4 I Q 'WX 31,2 if of 4 me , f CC X :V we " 12 gg ,,,, . . - A ' KEVIN ROBERT DOYLE 36 Crosby Rd., Chestnut Hill Key Weeks, l, Boston College, Legislature, International Club. PHILIP DREW 44 Hancock Ave., Newton Center .lilly Weeks! li M-l4T., Vale, Newtonian Staff, 3, Social Room Host, 3, Math Club, Q, 3, President, 3, Radio Club, 1, Q, 3, president, 3, Chemistry Club, Q, 3, Home Room Manager, 9, Honor Roll, 1, Q, Na- tional Honor Society, 3. PAUL H. DRISKO 11 Morton St, Newton Center Day, ll, Junior College. ROBERTA E. DRURY 56A Chestnut St, West Newton Birdie Warren, ll, Newton-Wellesley School of Nursing, Latin Club,1, GRACE DUCHIN 1BQ Church St., Newton Duchie Bigelow, II, Sargent, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee, Q, English Club, Q, Orange Book Staff, 3, Newtonian Advertising Statf, 3, Newtonite, 3, Honor Roll, Q. JOHN A. DUFFY 323 Cherry St., West Newton Jackie Warren, IV A, Work, School, ROBERT DUGGAN 96 Waban Pk., Newton Bob, Dug Bigelow, ll, Prep School, College, l'li4Y, 1, Q, 3, Orange Shield, 3, Basket- ball, 1, 9, 3, Baseball, 1. DONALD MALCOLM DUGUID 37 Cypress St., Newton Center Don IV, Newton Junior College, Concert Band, Band, Camera Club, Meteorology Club, Music Club. BARBARA DUNN 9189 Washington St., Newton Lower Falls Barb, Becky Warren, IV. PATRICIA DUNN 151 Concord St., Newton Lower Falls P t aWarren, IV, Work, Business School. RICHARD DUNPHY D' k 20 Cushing St., Newton Highlands ITXleeks, I, Michigan, Band, 1, Q, 3, Orchestra, 3, Concert Band, Q, 3, Stage Crew, Q, 3. ROBERT D. EASTMAN 90 Park PI., Newtonville East Day, l, Northeastern, Football, 1, Tennis, Q, lntramural Basketball, 1, 9, 3: Legislature, Q, Assistant Home Room Manager, 1, Indoor Track, 3. PATRICIA EDWARDS 163 Oliver Rd., Waban Pat Weeks, l, Wellesley, Neophytes, 1, International Club, 1, Cavalry Club, 9, French Club, Q, 3, Drama Club, Q, National Honor Society, 3. MARCIA EGAN 536 Walnut St., Newtonville Marsh Day, I, College, Music Club, Q, 3, Alpha Beta, 1, Hallowe'en Dance Com- mittees, Q, 3, Football Dance Committees, 2, 3, Chairman, 3, Orange Shield, 3, Legislature, 1, Q, 3, Social Board, 3, Har- vest Dance Committee, 2, Junior Dance Committee, Q, Anti-Smoking Committee, 3, Newtonian, 3, Cheerleader, 3. BARBARA ANN ELDER 291 Lexington St., Auburndale Barbs Cambridge Latin, ll, Nursing, DAVID ELLIS 65 Clark St., Newton Center Winthrop High School, l, Tufts, Word Trappers. JOAN ELLSWORTH 56 Bowdoin St., Newton Highlands Weeks, l, Wheelock, Music Club. JAMES F. EMMERT J' 74 Pelham St,, Newton Center lnWeeks, l, General Motors institute. NANCY EMMETTS 90 Pierrepont Rd., Newton Lower Falls Warren, lV, Work. CLAIRE ENGLISH Q19 River St., West Newton Warren, IV C, Office Work. JEANNE ESTY 915 Dedham St., Newton Center Weeks, ll, Garland, Tri-Hi-Y. DOUGLAS EVANS 11 Duncklee St., Newton Highlands Dou B Weeks, ill B, Football, Hockey, Golf, Boys' Chorus, 9, First Vice-President of Senior Class, Orange Shield. ROBERT D. EVANS B b105 Oakdale Rd., Newton Highlands o Weeks, ll, College, Track, 3, Hi-Y, 3, Boys' Chorus, 2, Boys' Athletics Board Chairman, 3. SUZANNE EWER S 372 Waban Ave., Waban ue Warren, ll, Junior College, Girls' Chorus, 2, 3, Music Club, Q, 3, Orchesis Club, Q, 3, Modern Dance, Christmas Vespers, 2, 3. ,ffl 1 113 +- 4 lt f ,7 fi ,IM ,, ,M , Q -ei W .1 - Z l , I Q1 .M ,r . x fl BARBARA CAROL FAGELMAN 685 Centre St., Newton Babs Brookline High l, English Club, Stage Workshop, Music Club, Camera Club. THOMAS J. FAHEY 30 Oakland St., Newton Tom Bigelow, ll, West Point. ERNEST HOWARD FAIRWEATHER 124 Staniford St., Auburndale Howie Warren, l, ll, College, Baseball, 1, Intramural Basketball, Q, Legislature, Q, Hockey, 1, Home Room Manager, 1, Anti-Smoking Committee, 2, Social Room Host, Q, RICHARD GEORGE FARNESE 12 Waban St., Newton Dick Bigelow, Ill A, Cabinet, Work at Trade, Basketball, 9, 3. DEAN FARNHAM Q7 Victoria Cir., Newton Center Day, l, Curtis lnstitute of Music, Or- chestra A, 1, Q, 3, B, 9, 3, Band A, Q, 3, Music Club, 3, Camera Club, 3, Band President, 3, All State High School Or- chestra, 1. NORMAN T. FARRAR 398 Center St., Newton Bigelow, lll A 4, Further Schooling, SYLVIA FARRINGTON 1186 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Wimpey Weeks, l, Nursing. SARAH LOUISE FAWCETT Q4 Brookdale Rd., Newtonville Sally, Lou Day, I, Edgewood Park Junior College, Cuirls' Chorus, Tri-Hi-Y, Music Club, F. LAWRENCE FEDERHEN 102 Oakdale Rd., Newton Highland Larry, Fed Weeks, l, University of New Hamp- shire, Football, 1, Track, 9, Hockey, 'l, Q, 3, Home Room Manager, 1, Legisla- ture, 3, Intramural Basketball, 1, Hi-V, 'l, Q, 3. FRANCIS GEORGE FEELEY 13 Capital St., Newton Frank, Frank George Bigelow, Il, Northeastern, B. C., or Work, Anti-Fraternity-Sorority, 1, lnter- mediate Football, 1, Varsity Hockey, 1, 9, 3, Captain, 3, Legislature, 1, Junior Varsity Baseball, 1, Hi-Y, 1, 3, Football Dance Committee, Q, Home Room Man- ager, 1, Intramural Basketball, 1, 9, 3, Varsity Club, 3. BARBARA ANNE FERGUSON 15 Kingston Rd., Newton Highlands Barbie, Bobs, Barb Weeks, I, New York School of lnterior Decoration. DAVID C. FERGUSON Q37 Park:St., Newton Dave, Ferg, Fergie Weeks, l, Harvard, Neophytes Play, 1, Drama Club, Q, 3, President, 3, Drama Club Play, Q, Senior Play, 3, Spring Musical, Q, Math Club, 3, Honor Roll, 'l, Q, 3, Cilee Club, 1, 3, National Honor Society, 3. 1' All A yf f fy 6, -O! VVS, -yas..-16' , , ,Z , Z' 11' , I 1, 4 , A 3' . A - rf Q, f 1 f , ,maitm -. ' f .f ' f 5 1 f ff f 4 114 f FREDERICK FERRE F d 41 Wade St., Newton Highlands re Weeks, l, Ministry, National Honor Society, 2, 3, Vice-President, 3, Neo- ohytes Play, 1, Drama Club, Q, 3, PIGY, Qi Music Club, President, 3, Drama Board, Q, 3, Chairman, 3, Tusitala, 1, 9, Vice- President, Q, Glee Club, 1, Home Room Manager, 2, Orchestra, 1, Q, 3, Anti- Smoking Committee, 3, Football Dance Committee, 3, Spring Musical, Q, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3. RHODA N. FINN 59 Bothfeld Rd., Newton Center Ronnie Lewenberg School, ll, Lesly College, Boston University, Music Club, Q, 3, Personality Club, Q, English Club, 3, Newtonian Business Staff, 9, Spanish Club, 3. R. CURTIS FITHIAN, JR. C 25 Richardson St., Newton urt Mt, Hermon School for Boys, I, Roches- ter University, Football, 9, 3, Basketball, 1, Q, 3, Baseball, 1, Q, 3, Orange Shield, 3. wa., ESTHER MARIE FITTON 75 Sumner St., Newton Center Essie, Dimples Weeks, II, Curry, Sargent, Neophytes, 1, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, Personality Club, Q, Archery, 1, Girls' Gym Demonstration, 1, 3, Modern Dance, 1, Q, 3, Sing Out Sweet Land, 2, Senior Play Committee, 3, Senior Play Costume Committee Chairman, Glee Club, 3, Assistant Orange Shield Captain, 3 Tennis, 1, 3, Legislature Alternate, 3. BOB FITZGERALD Q4 Orris St., Auburndale Fitzie Warren, IV, Business, Hockey. I DAVID P. FITZPATRICK rndale r eorge- REGIINALD EDWARD FLAHERTY 14 Thaxter Rd., Newtonville Reggie, Flapper Day, ll, Brown and Sharp Machinist Coursef Boys' Chorus, 3, Junior Varsity Football, 'li Outdoor Track, Q, 3, lndoor Track, Q, 3. B-J-nf. BETTY ANN FLEMING Q6 Westminster Rd., Newton Center Weeks, ll, Colby Junior College, Rally Committee, 1, Q, Senior Play Property Committee 3, Drama Club Workshop, Q, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, Music Club, 1, Q, Football Dance Committee, 3, Anti- Sorority-Fraternity Committee, 1, Legisla- ture, 9, 3, Tennis, Q. ARTHUR ROY FOGELGREN 78 Boyd St,, Newton Fogie Bigelow, ll, College, Motion Picture Squad, 1: Glee Club, Q, 3, Newtonian Representative, 2, Newtonite Advertising Stal'l, Q, 3, Orange Shield, 3, Boys' Chorus 3+ l-luntin and Fish'n ub Q 1 I S I 1 I 3, Camera Club, 3, Legislatur 4 Or- chestra, 1, S ' i Q. 1 ,' LYMAN B. FOG 17 Glenwood Ave., Newton Center Weeks, l, College, Band, 1, Q, 3, Or- chestra, 1, Music Club, 1, 2, 3, Camera Club, Q,3,Spring Musical,Q,Meteorology Club, 3, Glee Club, Q, Assistant Home Room Manager, Q, National Honor So- ciety, 2, 3, Honor Roll, Newtonian Ac- 'gviges Staff, 3, Senior Play, Orchestra ANNE MARIE FONTANNAY 960 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Weeks, l, Nursing at Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Tennis, Q, 3, Badminton, Q, Drama Workshop, Q, French Club, 3, Senior Play Candy Committee, 3. FRED FONTANNAY 960 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Snooper Weeks, ll, Northeastern University. .4 , , ,V V 3 'A ey, Q - ,, " ",' ff L 7 f fy? ,V ffifrfamn 'Aff SVVLX .. 2. Q, ,Y ., " ,Z f , EW, Q 0 MQ ,44 f f 6' ,Q 1, X M,- 7 4, 4 I X V54 3 , S Q 4 'YF' 5' 2' , f 5 ff if 1 A ami lg ff! ,, , f , 115 RITA MARIE FOOTE 5 Westchester Rd., Newton Warren, ll, Fisher, Modern Dance, 1, 2, Music Club, 1, Tri-Hy. CONSTANCE BRIGHAM FORD 15 Cheswick Rd., Auburndale Connie Warren, l, Duke, Swarthmore, Glee Club, 1, Q, ACapeIla Choir, 3, Music Club, 2, 3, Debating Club, 2, Drama Club Workshop, Q, Orange Book, Newtonian, Newtonite, 3, Spring Musical, Q, Girls' Gym Demonstration, 1, Rally Committee, Q National Honor Society, 3. PAULINE JOSEPHINE FORTE 67 Clinton St., Newton Polly Day, IV C, Oifice Work. MARY VIRGINIA FRANCHI 281 Nevada St., Newtonville May, Marie, Franchie Day, lll, IV, Nursing School, Work. VIRGINIA CAROL FRASCATORE 21 Newtonville Ave., Newton Ginnie Watertown l-ligh, IV, Secretary. JOHN FRAZIER 7 River St., Newton Upper Falls l, College. INA FRIEDMAN 99 Sumner St., Newton Center Ena, Ina Weeks, I, Cornell, Newtonian Cir- culation Statl, 3, Music Club, 1, 2, 3, Newtonite Advertising Stall, 2, 3, Sales Chiel, 3, Tusitala, 2, 3, Vice-President, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 2, Zimbler Concert Committee, 3, Senior Play Property Committee, 3, National Honor Society, 2, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Alpha Beta, 1. . ,CUAQ ' I NANCILEE FULLER ' 52 Washington Pk., Newtonville Pixie, Stretch Day, ll, Boston Conservatory School of Dance, Neophytes, Music Club, 3, Modern Dance, 3, Camera Club, 1,Spring Musicale, 2, Girls' Chorus, Secretary, Glee Club, Home Room Manager, 1, Tri-Hi, 3, Foot- ball Skits, Gym Demonstration, 1, MARY ELLEN GAFFNEY 48 Warren St., Newton Center Weeks, I, Wheelock, Neophytes, 1, International Club, 1, Science Club, 2, Art Club, 2, English Club, 2, 3, Music Club, 2, 3, Welcoming Committee, Music Club, 3, Drama Club, 3, Candy Committee, Drama Club Play, 3, Orange Shield, 3, Newtonian Feature Staff, 3, Modern Dance, 1, Gym Demonstration, 1, Spring Musicale, 2, Mikado, 3, Girls' Chorus, 2, 3,Secretary, 3, National Honor Society, 3. JEANNE GALER 62 Manet Rd., Chestnut Hill Jeanie J. E. Burke High, I, Rhode Island School ol Design, Music Club, 3, Personality Club, 3, Drama Workshop, 3. ALICE E. GAQUIN 51 William St., West Newton Allie, Gaykie Warren, II, Katharine Gibbs, Mount Ida, Modern Dance, 1, Gym Demonstra- tion, 1, Girls' Chorus, 1, 2, 3, Music Club, 2, 3, 'Fri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, Drama Club Play Candy Committee, 2, Senior Play Candy Committee, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 3, ALBERT J. GARDETTO 122 Mill St., Newton Center Al Weeks, II, Prep School, College, Boys' Chorus, Junior Varsity Football. ' ' 116 .0 ' 'I all . i 1 I I l I i '1,i, , f - 'I A Q -if' ,frif 1 ' f ff V ff 1, i I J BARBARA GAROFALO 12 Freeman St., Auburndale Barbie Warren, II, Air Line Hostess, Tenrns. RONALD GAYSUNAS 15 Williams St., Newton Upper Falls Weeks, I, Northeastern University, lgladio Club, 1, Chemistry Club, 2, Tennis, , 3. ' FRANK W. GAZZOLA 17 Belmont St,, Newton Frankie, Guzz Bigelow, IV, Business College, Camera Club. JOHN J. GEARY 991 Watertown St., West Newton Hank, Jack, Johnny Warren, IV, Work, Junior Varsity Baseball,1, Intermediate Baseball, 2 SHIRLEY GEDDES Sh I 272 Quinobequin Rd., Waban ir Warren, I, Middlebury, Simmons, Modern Dance, 1, 2, 3, Neophytes, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Newtonite Business Stal'l, 2, Drama Club, 2, 3, Orchesis, 2, 3, Senior Play Candy Committee Chairman, Honor Roll, 1, 2, National Honor Society, 3. PHYLLIS M. GEEGAN ph I 74 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Y Bigelow, ll, Bridgewater State Teachers' College, Outing Club, 1, Archery, 1, Library Club, 2, International Club, 2, Tri-Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3, Orange Shield, 3, Social Room Hostess, 3, Future Teachers of America, French Club, 3, Newtonian Advertising Staff, 2, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, Parents' Night Usher, National I-lonor Society, 3. ..i, if 42 Central St. Auburndale Evander Childs High New York- l' . College, Meteorology Club Q 3, Music Club 3. 15 2 I 73 Brackett Rd., Newton Governor Dummer Academy, l, College. MARRIAN LOUISE GEER ROBERT H- GILBERT I Gil I W lm Sq W Q ' ff. at JUNE CONSTANCE GELFOND 10 East Boulevard, Newton Center Connie Leominster High, IV C, University of Mass., Home Room Alternate, Q, Modern Dance, 2, Puppet Club, 2, Drama Work- shop, 3, Newtonite Advertising Stall, 3, Archery, 3, Art Club, 3. SHIRLEY DAWSON GERSUMKY G Q05 Cypress St., Newton Center us Weeks, l, Smith, Oberlin, Goucher, National Honor Society, Q, 3, Band, 'l, 2, Girls' Leader Corps, 'l, Q, 3, Gym Demons stration, 'l, Girls' Athletic Banquet Chair- man, Q, Committee Chairman, 3, English Club, Q, Music Club, 'l, Legislature Alternate, Q, Home Room Manager, 3, Softball, Manager, 'l, Junior Varsity, Q, Basketball, 'l, 9, Captain of Junior Class Team, Field Hockey Varsity, 2, 3, Honor Roll, Work in Placement Office, 'l, Leader Corps Honor List, Frederick Exchange Student, 3. RICHARD CHENEY GIBSON D k 44 Norwood Ave., Newton Center ic Weeks, I, Bowdoin, Band, 'l, Q, 3, Or- chestra, 2, 3, Social Room Host, 3, Home Room Manager, 'l, Spring Musical, Q, Glee Club, Legislature, Music Club, 'l, 9, 3, Rifle Club, Meteorology Club, Out- egocgr Track, Newtonian Advertising ta , 3. VIRGINIA GIBSON 67 Westminster Rd., Newton Center Ginny Weeks, l, College, Art Club, 1, Q, 3, Basketball, 'l, Modern Dance, SZ, Rally Committee, 2, Stage Workshop, Q, Ves- oers, Scenery, 2, Senior Play, Properties, 3, English Club, 3, Honor Roll, 'l. ROBERT H. GIFFORD 56 Somerset Rd., West Newton Gift Day, l, Ohio Wesleyan, Junior Varsity Football, 'l, Meteorology Club, 2, 3, Orange Shield, Q, 3, Captain, 3, Track, Anti-Smoking Committee, 3, Senior Play, Valentine Dance Entertainment Committee, V ,Eb Honor Roll, . it . fvf ,X gy. ' " Q f N 'Q Q rf , at V s Q Q K ,tt :Cf .1 X : ft 'l'l7 ANTHONY GIORGIO 33 Beecher Ter., Newton Center Tony Weeks, lV, Business. LAWRENCE A. GLAVIN 'l5 Mount Vernon Ter., Newtonville Larry Weeks, l, College, Radio Club, 'l, Camera Club, 'l, Motion Picture Squad, 2, Newtonite Business StaFf, 'l, Legisla- ture, 9, Orange Shield, 3, Newtonian, 3, National Honor Society, 2, 3, Math Club, Q, 3, Senior Play Committee, Chairman, Senior Play Ushers, Honor Roll, 'l, 2, 3. ROBERT GLEASON 90 Randlett Pk., West Newton Bob, Gleas Day, l, Michigan State University, Foot- ball, 'l, Q, Baseball, 'l, lntramural Basket- ball, 'l, Q, 3, Legislature, Hi-Y, 'I, Q, 3. LOUIS ARMSTRONG GLEIM 39 Beverly Rd., Newton Highlands Louie, Lou Weeks, ll, Business School, Junior Varsity Baseball, 'l, Home Room Mana- ger, 'l, Member of Legislature, 3. NANCY PRECOURT GOFF 37 Converse Ave., Newton Nan, Blondie Bigelow, l, Bradford Junior, Girls' Chorus, 'l, Q, 3, Accompanist, 'l, Glee Club, 'l, Q, 3, Accompanist, Band, 3, Neophytes, Drama Workshop, Q, Music Club, 'l, Q, 3, Tennis, Q, Archery 'I, 2, French Club, 3, Spring Musicale Costume Committee, 'l. Yhln-wJ 'Q ,ngqa Y QQS.-' mu 'vac sie. nano.. Hound Tfwgmnn. - Yt REDMOND B. GOGAN 47 Terrace Ave., Newton Highlands Red, Caog Weeks, ll, Boston College, Intramural Basketball, 1, Q, 3, Home Room Manager, 1, Camera Club, 1, Cavalry Club, Junior Varsity Basketball, 1. MARY LOUISE GOLDSMITH 146 Chiswick Rd., Brighton Goldi Weeks, Il, College, Nlusic Club, 3, Outing Club, 1, Archery, 1, Honor Roll, 1, Basketball, 1, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3. MARGARET LUCILLE GOODLETT 44 Fuller St., Waban Mimi Warren, I, Middlebury, Swarthmore, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Music Club, 1, Neophytes, Modern Dance Group, Q, 3, Orchesis, 3, Gym Demonstration, 1, Stage Workshop, 9, Cavalry Club, 2. WILLIS HAROLD GOODMAN Q36 Waban Ave, Waban Will, Willie W nf , Q, e i H , , unior Varsity Foot ba I 1. www JANE ANN GORGONE 100 Lexington St., Auburndale Janie Warren, IV B, Secretary, Senior Play, National Honor Society, 3. ALVIN LARRY GORMAN AI 136 Gordon Rd., Waban Public Latin, l, Harvard, Latin Club, 1, Q, Camera Club, 2, Math Club, 3, Rifle Club, 3, Aviation Club, 3, Varsity Hockey, Q, 3. mers'O 'df an 4 ', , A! HWY,- , . ..1r .',.. llil I f I' ,... P- 1' V' f Q' ...,- 2 i!.' 1 M f ,K 4 ,arf S, ,. 11199, 53' Q ,J f .m G ,. J I f may. . A " V a" , 'i . : isl ' is L' 118 Ms... a....... Sim MARY ROSE GRACEFFA 31 Taft Ave., West Newton Chilly Kid, Chief Day, IV B, Stenographer, Music Club, Q, 3, Bowling, Q, 3, Newtonian Copy Staff, National Honor Society, 3. WILLIAM F. GRAVES B-H 19 Saxon Rcl,, Newton Highlands i Weeks, l, William and Mary, Boston University, Debating Club, Q, 3, Presi- dent, 3, Football Manager, 1, Q, 3, Newtonite Advertising Staff, 1, 2, 3, Director, 9, 3, Newtonite Journalism Staff, Q, 3, Radio Editor, 3, International Club, Q, Football Spotter, Q, 3, Chief, 2, Home Room Manager, 1. ROBERT GREENBERG 36 Quincy Rd., Chestnut Hill Hank Weeks, I, College, Football, Q, Boys, Chorus. MARILYN MILDRED GR NE 15 ' ' V ub Warren, J estern' Unive , - National oc , usitala SZ, an g I1 1 , 1 I , rna isl e, ti- - Q tt ' , , iCii ls' , 1. f MARY-LOUISE GRENTZENBERG Q86 Central St., Auburndale Mary Lou Warren, I, University of Massachusetts Archery, 1, Neophytes, 1, Library Club 1, Ciym Demonstration, 1, Art Club, Q, 3F Art Night, 3. i MARJ ORIE HALEWOOD 278 Cabot St., Newtonville Margie, Marnie Day, ll, Work. S 1 nge on l S JOHN HALFREY 23A Gerard Ct., West Newton Johnny Warren, ll, Wentworth, Radio Club, 1, Hunting and Fishing Club, SZ, National Honor Society, 3. NINA SUSAN HALL 50 Manemet Rd., Newton Center Kitten Weeks, l, College, Music Club, Q, 3, English Club, 3, Modern Dance Club, 1, Q, 3, Girls' Chorus, 'l, Q, 3. DONALD P. HALLORAN S244 Nevada St., Newtonville Don Day, I, Northeastern, Army, Camera Club, Radio Club, lntramural Basketball. " 'C ' 5 4 ..... K I Y.. Lf ,v VIRGINIA LEE HAMMELL Q98 Parker St., Newton Center Gini, Gin Weeks, ll, Music Club, 'l, Q, 3, Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Anti-Sorority and Fraternity, 'l, Modern Dance Group, 'l. CHARLES HANCOCK 60 Chestnut St., West Newton Chuck Warren, Il, Boston Practical Art. DON HANSEN 15 Bay State Rd,, Wellesley l-lills D, H Huntington, llIA, Auto, Dealership in New and Used Cars. BARBARA ANN HARDING 32 Princess Rd., West Newton Barbs Warren, Il, Nursing, Modern Dance, 'l, Q, 3, Music Club, 'l, Outing Club, 1, Q, Girls' Chorus, 'l, Q, Girls' Leader Corps, Q, 3, Camera Club, 3, Spanish Club, 3, Spring Musicale, Q, Archery, Q, Orchesis, 3. MARY HARDY 'l'l'l Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville Day, lV, Business College, Music Club, 3, Drama Workshop, 3, Archery, Q, Li- brary, 'l, Bowling, Q, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, Spring Musicale Candy Committee, 2. BARBARA HARE 34 l-lighland Ave., Newtonville Barb, Barbie Day, ll, Massachusetts School of Art, Western Reserve, Le Cercle Francaise, 'l, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Archery, 9, Build- ing ll GFfice, Q, 3, Bowling, Q, Art Edi- tor Orange Book, 3, Art Editor Newton- ian, 3, Art Night, 3, Red Cross Proiect, Q, Spring Musicale Candy Committee, Q. JAMES HARMON 14 Derby St., West Newton. Jimmy Warren, lV A, College, Junior Varsity l-lockey, 'l, Intermediate l-lockey, 2. SANDRA HARRIS 35 Kodaya Rd., Waban Sandy Roxbury Memorial, l, Forsyth Dental. KENNETH HARTFORD 40 Clarendon St., Newtonville Kenny, Ken Day, l, II, Newton Junior College, Junior Varsity Football, Boys' Chorus, Q, 3,5egislature, 1, intramural Basketball, 'l, Q, . CLAIRE HARTNETT 'I Raeburn Ter., Newton Highlands WeelcS, Il, Framingham Teachers' Col- lege, Orange Shield, Q, Music Club, 3, Science Fair, Q. PAUL R. HARTWELL . Allen Ave., Sudbury N Bob Sudbury, lll A, Auto, Worlc at Trade. at , ew' , S ff ISABEL VIRGINIA HATTON Q5 Simms Ct,, West Newton Ginger, Ginny, Gin Warren, Il, College, Varsity Softball, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Hockey, Girls' V , Leader Corps, Gym Demonstration, 'l, ' mv Newtonian Home Room Representative, .g I Modern Dance. ' l faf. WILLIAM HAUGHEY B H 243 Plymouth Rd., Newton Highlands I Weeks, I, Boston University, Junior Varsity Football, 'l, Orange Shield, Qi International Club, 3. DONALD HAVERTY 'I'l4 Tolman St., West Newton Don Warren, Il, College. RALPH HAYDEN 'I37 Staniforcl St. Auburndale Warren, l, College, Football, Legisla- ture, 2. Q. MARIE HAYNES 98 Charles St., Auburndale Joe Warren, IV, Work, Business School, Girls' Chorus, I. JOHN HEATH V 35 Leslie Rd,, Auburndale Warren, l, lVI.l.T., Cornell, Varsity Football, 1, Junior Varsity Baseball, 1, Science Club, 3. CAROLE BLANCHE HEBB S270 Cabot St., Newtonville Kay, Shorty Day, ll, Art School, Junior College, Girls' Chorus, 'l, French Club, 1. VIRGINIA L. HENLEY 37 Mountford Rd., Newton Highlands Ginny, Gin, Pudgy Bridgewater High, Nova Scotia, ll, Teaching in Nova Scotia, Y N J ., O KARL? MECK HERGENROTHER 'l4 Holden Rd., West Newton Hergie Warren, l, Tufts, Science Club, 'I, Hunting and Fishing Club, Q, 3, English Club, SZ, 3. FRED HERMANNS 7 Westbourne Rd., Newton Center The Hun, Fred Sacred Heart High, ll, College, Army Air Force, Intermediate Football, 'l, ln- door Track, 'l, 3, Outdoor Track, I, Q, 3, Boys' Chorus, 3. ARTHUR RICHARD HERSUM 9 Rowe St., Auburndale Dick 3 Warren, Il, Northeastern, Boys' Chorus, LAWRENCE E. HICKS 155 Cherry St., West Newton Larrv Warren, Ill A, Capitol Radio, Inter- mediate Baseball, SZ. SARBARA HILL 39 Irving St., Newton Center Barbie, Babs, Boob Weeks, IV, Modern Dancing, 1, Square Dancing, 1, Newtonite, 2, 3. DAVID C. HILL 102 Clark St., Newton Center Dave Weeks: li Northeastern, Radio Club, 1, Q, 3, Motion Picture Squad, 1, 2, 3, Football, Baseball Scoreboard, 9, 3, Science Club, 1. Bedzf.-bfwl. Da--P no soy ' PATRICIA HILL 915 Auburn St., Auburndale Pat, Hill Warren, II, Nursing at Newton-Welles- ley Hospital, Field Hockey, 1, Modern Dance, Q, 3, Basketball, Softball, Girls' Chorus, Tri-I-li-Y. BARBARA HILLS 351 Otis St., West Newton Barb Warren, I, College, Legislature, 1, 3, Modern Dance, 1, 2, 3, Neophytes, 1, Anti-Sorority-Fraternity Committee, 1, Field Hockey, 1, VarsitY Tennis' Sl' Qf 3i Hallowe'en Dance Committee, 1, Gym Demonstration, 1, Cheerleader, Q, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee, Q, 3i Rallv Committee, Q, 3, Newtonian, 9, Orange Shield, 3, Spring Musicale, 9, Valentine Dance Committee, 3, Football Dance Com- mittee, 3, Senior Play Committee, 3. V! -J . ,,,,, .. '..,i .. :.- -. -est.-'-' . . ' ! , JOHN HITCHCOCK 156 Carlton Rd., Waban Warren, ll, College, International Club SHIRLEY LOUISE HOBART 30 Brooks Aye., Newtonville Red, Shirl Day, I, College, Cvlee Club, 1, Q, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, Music Club, 1, 2, 3, Camera Club, Q, Spring Musicale, 9, Orange Book, Gym Demonstration, 1, Alpha Beta, 1, Parents' Night, Literary Magazine, Honor Roll. JASON HOCHBERG J 1525 Westchester Rd., Newton a lAyer High, ll, College, Radio Club DOROTHY ANN HOLMES 163 Auburndale Ave., West Newton Dot, Dottie Warren, IV C, Otlice Work, Girls' Junior and Senior Chorus. NANCY ALICE HOLMES 10 Emerson St., Newton Holmesie, Blondie Warren, Il, Katharine Gibbs, Tri-I-li-Y, 1, Q, 3, Orange Book, Home Room Manager, Q, Field Hockey, 1. CHARLES HOOPER Q0 Berkshire Rd., Newtonville Chuck Day, l, College, Hi-Y, 1, Q, Legislature Q, Football, Q, Orange Shield, 3, Honor Roll, Q, Home Room Manager, 3. NANCY MARY HOSKINS 39 Elinor Rd., Newton Highlands Weeks, ll, Forsythe Dental, Drama Work, shop, Personality Club, 3, Honor Roll, National Honor Society, 3. RONALD LEO HOVSEPIAN 301 Kenrick St., Newton Horse Army, lll A, 4, Work. IRENE CHARLOTTE HOWARD 66 Circuit Ave., Newton Highlands Renee J. E. Burke, ll, Massachusetts Art, Vesper George, Art Club, Drama Work- shop, Senior Play Scenery Committee, 3, lnternational Club, Q. PEARL HUDSON Q79 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville Day, lV, Secretarial Work, Music Club, 1, Orange Book, Q, Girls' Chorus, 1. RICHARD G. HUDSON D' k 176 Waltham St., West Newton lDay, ll, College, N,l2.0.T.C., Track, 1, 3, Camera Club, Radio Club, Ski Team, 1. FRANCES HUME 16 Fountain St., West Newton Hum, Francie Bigelow, l, Mount Holyoke, Vassar, Orchestra, 1, Q, 3, Neophytes, 1, Drama Club, 9, 3, Christmas Play, Q, Science Fair, Q, Music Club, 3, Leader Corps, Q, 3, Basketball, 1, Q, 3, Hockey, 1, Q, 3, Literary Magazine, 3, National Honor Society, 3. '31 Q rg , L , w -ar e . igifif. sggfayf: g I I 33, f ' 'tx ,f 1 Ro 1, 2, 3 enio lay P o ty Com- mi ' , 3, ewto ite Advertisa i i f REGlNA H Y 5 D is , Wes vyton Reg, ggie a.' n, l, lleg Medi Sc ool, N na H r So' y, , Honor air an rl' Saa , 1, 9, - ally Committee, Q, dmin 1, ball Manager, Q, utin lub, 1, e hytes, 1, Science lub, - Secretary, Chemistry Club, 9, Orange Committee, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, Spring Musicale Makeup Committee, 1, Q. CONSTANCE HUTCHINS 30 Alban Rd., Waban Connie, Con Warren, ll, Colby Junior, Modern Dance, Q, 3, Music Club, Q, 3, Olifice Assistant Building ll, Orange Shield, 3, Gym Demonstration, 1, 3, Honor Poll, 1, Q, 3, Girls' Chorus, 3, Orchesis, 3, Senior Play Ticket Committe 3, National Honor Society, 3. 1' 'Tv' dl? Vac. V590 ANN JAMES 70 Barnstable Rd., West Newton Jammie Warren, l, University of New Hamp- shire, Girls' Chorus, 1, 2, 3, Modern Dance, 1, Q, 3, Girls' Leader Corps, Q, 3, Tennis, 1, Q, 3, Stage Workshop, 2, Neo- phytes, 1, Orchesis, 1, Music Club, 3. MARCIA C. JENKS 47 Bow Rd., Newton Center Weeks, l, College of Design and Fashion, Band, 1, Q, 3, Concert Band, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Chemistry Club, Q C HARLES JENKINS. JR. 25 Elliot St., Newton Highlands Charlie Weeks, l, Tufts, Neophytes, 1, Drama Club, Q, 3, Math Club, 9, 3, Christmas Play, Q, Legislature, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, National Honor Society, 3. JAMES ELIOT JENKINS, JR. 246 Cherry St., West Ne vvton Duke, Jim, Left-Foot Warren, IV, Civil Service Job, Foot, ball, 9. 1 WALTER EVAN JENKINS 345 Cralts St., Newtonville Buddy Day, IV, Work, Intramural Basketball, 1, 2, Anti-Smoking Committee, 1, Anti- Fraternity-Sorority Committee, 1. PHILIP M. JEPSEN 11 Jepsen Ct., West Newton Phil, Bull Dog St. Mary's, Waltham, IV, College, Work, Orange Shield, Q, 3, Boys' Chorus, 3, Hi-Y, 3, Varsity Football, Q, Varsity Hockey, 1, Q, Varsity Baseball, 1, Q, Varsity Club, Q, 3. THOMAS JESS 15 White Pine Rd., Newton Upper Falls Tommy Weeks, ll, New England Conservatory of Music, Symphony Orchestra, Dance Band, Music Club. DONALD JOHANSSON 1489 Commonwealth Ave., West Newton Jo, Olly Day, ll, l, University of Maine, Me- teorology Club, 3, Legislature, Q, 3, Orange Shield, 3, Hi-Y, Newtonite Ad' vertising Staff, 3, Football Dance Com- mittee, 3, Drama Club, 3, Camera Club, 1, Q, President, Q, Aviation Club, 1, Q, 3, Proiector Club, Canteen Committee, New- tonian Sales Stall, lntramural Basketball. WARD JOHNSON 100 Hull St., Newtonville Day, lll B, Work, Usher at Graduation, 2. RICHARD ROBERT JONES 58 Winthrop St., West Newton Rollo, Looney Tunes, Mr. J., Wa Wa, Dick Warren, ll, Business School, Band A, 1, Q, 3, B, 3, Camera Club, 2, 3. i 123 l wi lv r , ff if A 1' f X f' I9 I - , ' ,Ate ' ,nf Qi 2' 'r p , :se ,,. 21.5. 'ffil r , ,V ' 2' ,f .44 wife, f ,tw ri' ,, , STV , " jfelfi. ft , , - ,:..-tif, 1 f, .. , ff tlfiii-'ffif'fA,l:'ffi RONALD L. JONES 48 Ruthven Pd., Newton Ron, Lorenzo Bigelow, l, Cornell, Anti-Sorority-Frm ternity Committee, 1, Legislature, 1, Math Club, Q, 3, Chemistry Club, Q, Debating Club, 3, Orange Shield, 3, Basketball, 1, Q, 3, Tennis, Q, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 3. THOMAS RUMSEY JONES Q89 Highland Ave., West Newton Tom Warren, I, Boys' Chorus, Q, Junicr Usher, Q, Math Club, Q, 3, Music Club, Q, Newtonite Business Staff, Q, National Honor Society, Q, 3, Anti-Smoking Com- mittee, Q, Orange Book, 3, Newtonian Stall, 3, Orange Shield, 3. CAROL JOSEPHS 44 Longfellow Pd., Waban Josie, Josephs Brookline High, ll, Medical School. CLEMENT JOYAL 70 Fayette St., Watertown Clem Watertown High, Radio, Service, Radio Work. ELLENOR JOYAL 111 Auburndale Ave., West Newton Ell,Pookey Warren, IV B, Secretarial Work, Field I-lockey, 1, Square Dancing, 1, Archery, 1, Q, Baseball, 1, Camera Club, 9, Senior Play Scenery Committee, 3, Stage Workshop, 3. JEANETTE KAMINSKI 12 Dunstan St., West Newton Jeannie Warren, lV B, Stenographer, Archery, 1, Neophytes, 1, Outing Club, 1, Orange Book, 9, Newtonite, 1, Newtonian, 3, National Honor Society, 3. ELLlOT KAPLAN Q5 Avondale Rd., Newton Center Weeks, ll, Music School, Newtonite, 3, Radio Club, 3, Orchestra A, 1, Q, 3, Organist with Christmas Vespers, Q. STEPHEN KAPLAN 87 Hobart Rd., Newton Center Steve Weeks, l, Yale, Stage Crew, 3, Music Club, Q, 3, Senior Play Publicity Com- mittee, National Honor Society, 9, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, Parents' Night Usher. ELLEN KATTWINKEL 65 Sterling St., West Newton Kitty Warren, l, Mount Holyoke, Basketball, 1, Q, 3, Hockey 1, 9, 3, Varsity, Q, 3, Captain, Class Tleam, Q, Softball, Q, 3, Varsity, 9, Captain, Class Team, 2, Var- sity Tennis, 1, Band, Q, 3, Leader Corps, Q, 3, President, 3, Tusitala, 2, 3, Treasurer, 3, Chairman Girls' Athletic Board, 3, Legislature, 3, Alpha Beta, 1, Outing Club, 1, Anti-Sorority-Fraternity Commits tee, 1, Halloween Dance Committee, 3, Girls' Athletic Banquet, Q, 3, Chairman Entertainment Q, General Chairman, 3, Leader Corps Honor List. DAVID HERSHEL KAYE QQ Exmoor Rd., Newton Center Dave Weeks, l, Harvard, Music Club, 1, 2, 3, Radio Club, 1, 2, Tusitala, 3, Home Room Manager, 1, Anti-Smoking Committee, 3, National Honor Society, Q, 3, Treasurer, 3, Orange Book, Business Manager. ROBERT KEANE Q94 Webster St., Auburndale Bob Warren, lV, Retail Shoe Salesman. DANIEL KEEFE 457 Washington St,, Newton Dan, Danny Warren, ll, Colby College, Cvolf Team, 'ElQB3g Varsity Hockey Team, Q, 3, Varsity u , . , Qi? 4 f '36 " aj 5 f zfgf , Jiffy, f 4 2 X ' 'f " , 1- a ffixe- ' ' f " i'il wr 6 ,, , 'Tiki' T ,vwifflv V, f f f , 1 f -713 r W rf so f A vs , 31 tr- 124 W' . fe 4 .1 as , f 1 ?' 322 HARRIET KEENE 198 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Terry Day, Il, Laboratory Technician, Field Hockey Manager, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, 9, 3, Modern Dance, 1, Qi Music Club. 'lr JOHN C. KELLY 133 Waban St., Newton Jack Bigelow, lll A, Electrician, Football, Home Room Manager. THOMAS R. KELLEY 168 Mount Vernon St., Newtonville Tom Warren, l, Harvard, Columbia, Neo- ohytes, 1, Puppeteers, 1, 9, Spanish Club, Q, 3, President, 3, Music Club, 3, National Honor Society, 9, 3, Senior Play Costume Committee, 3. R. STANLEY KENDIG 53 Elmwood St., Newton Buddy Bigelow, IV, Navy. CHARLOTTE KENNEDY 96 Oxford Rd., Newton Center Weeks, I, Smith, Mount Holyoke, Band, 1, Q, 3, Concert Band, 3, Gym Demonstra- tion, 1, Music Club, 1, Tennis, Q, English Club, 2, Tusitala, 3, Legislature Repre- sentative, 3, Football Dance Publicity Committee, 3, Newtonian, 3, Orange Book, 3, National Honor Society, Q, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3. W. BAILEY KENNEDY 39 Columbus St., Newton Highlands Weeks, l, Denison, Junior Varsity Baseball, 1, Orange Shield, 3. LEONARD KENT 44 Stearns St., Newton Center Lenny Wdffehf II: College, Band, 3, Cavalry Club, 3, Camera Club, Q, Ski Team, 1, SDYIYIS Musical, 9, Speakers' Bureau, 9, Science Club, 1. HELEN KERMATH 200 Islington Rd., Auburndale Warren, I, University of Michigan, Parents' Night, Latin Club, Neophytes, 1, Music Club, Q, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, Glee Club, 1, Q, ACapelIa Choir, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, 9, Properties Committee Spring Musical, 1 , Q, Workshop, 9, Orange Shield, 3, Senior Play Workshop Com- mittee, 3. MARY KERR 36 Chandler Pl., Newton Upper Falls Becky 1 gleeks, IV, Ollice Work, Girls' Chorus, ROBERT KEYHO 756 Boylston St., Newton Highlands Buster Weeks, III A, Work at Printing Trade. DONALD KIERNAN 18 Alden St., Newton Center Smiley, Don, Curley, Red Weston High, I, UniyersityoIWisconsin, Indoor Track, 1, 2, Outdoor Track, 1, Q, Stage Crew, I. PHYLLIS ANNE KILEY Ph' 94 Milo St., West Newton I Warren, IV, Secretarial Work, Glee Club, 1, Q, 3, Chorus, 1, Q, Tri-Hi-Y Membership Committee, Q, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Spring Musical, 9, Usher, Music Club, 1, Q, Modern Dance, 1, Gym Demonstration, 1, Legislature Alternate, Q. F fl .,'- " ff 1,1 . L X. ' 3 fe. .MK es . -Q V , 1 . , . .f'.,,f. sf 1 ,,r,., 1.,.. ,N f , , ...n , t, , r, , fl F EH s A A v ,351 as f f f ' I-wp:-215 tr 'sv X I it J! 1 I ' . ,, V .wjlff .ff f45?'Q'sltfQ2 . . , ,., 1:1 4, as 3 'J 5 Z 5 f ,.., ,K x W, 175' 52. ,.., 1 . -.a .Q 'gif 5:5 1. fi f -:.':I:iW' ' " K " Sw , 7:1 Guan , wc., 'JQHV 125 WILLIAM A. KINGSTON, JR. B-H 37 Cummings Rd., Newton Center i Weeks, III, Work, Orange Shield, 3, Indoor Track, 1, Q, 3, Outdoor Track, 1 Q, 3, Junior Varsity Football, 1. FAY CAROL KIRBY 58 Newell Rd., Auburndale Hey, You, lt Warren, IV C, Otlice Work, Business School, Outing Club, 1, Bowling, Q, Building 1 Rf Q Offices, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 3. JONAS KLEIN 47 Crosby Rd., Chestnut Hill Joe Weeks, I, University of Massachusetts, Camera Club, 1, International Club, 3, Stage Crew, 3, Indoor Track Manager, 1, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball, Senior Play Publicity Committee. WILLIAM KLOSTERMAN BEN 63 Kingswood Rd., Auburndale IWarren, I, College, Football, 1, Q, Baseball, 1. RACHEL KONTOFF Q7 Overlook Pk., Newton Center Rickey Weeks, ll, Colby, Beaver, Social Room Committee, 3, Rally Committee, Q, Modern Dance, 1,Co-Sales Chief Newtonite, Q, 3, Newtonian, 3, English Club, 3, Music Club, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee, Tennis Team, 2, Orange Shield, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, Q, 3, Gym Demonstration, 1, Word Trappers, 3. BARBARA KRESS 87 Atwood Ave., Newtonville Babs, Barb South I-Iigh, Michigan, I, Wellesley, Neophytes Club, 1, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, Stage Workshop Club, 9, Vice-President Latin Club, 3, Social Room Hostess, 3, OFlice Work, 3, Candy Committee, Senior Play, 3, Legisla- ture Alternate 3. PHILIP L. KUNTZ 26 Coyne Rd., Waban Phil Warren, l, Air Force, Home Room Assistant, 1, Track, 1. ERNEST LANDOLFI 478 Waltham St., West Newton Ernie Warren, IV, Business College. JOSEPH LANDRY 305 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill Joe Weeks, ll, Ohio State, Boston College, Varsity Football, 1, Q, 3, Baseball, 1, 9, 3, Basketball, 1, Legislature, 1, 3, Orange Shield, 3, Intramural Basketball, Q, RICHARD LANDRY 30 Beech St., Nonantum Dick Day, Il, Junior College, Junior Varsity Football, 1, Junior Varsity Basketball, 1. JAY LANE 239 Temple St., West Newton Warren, I, University of Massachusetts, Syracuse, Varsity Tennis, 1, Q, 3, Captain, 2, Varsity Hockey, Q, 3, Orange Shield, 9, I-Ii-Y, 1, 3, Intramural Basketball, 1, Q. JOAN LAVALLE 47 Northgate Pk., West Newton Warren, ll, Boston University, Simmons, Debating Club, 1, Neophytes, 1, Tennis, 1. Badminton, 1, Q, 3, Archery, 1, Spanish Club, 2, Basketball, Q, 3, Art Club, 3, Drama Workshop, 3, Science Club, 3. t fb. V f 1 1 af, . , "1 V, f . . , ,, I ,.,, V W ,I ' fi, . ,J 1 A' if y .... :F , o 4 5 if i ' 6 4? 5, . ,vm .lf le 1 7-.9 , aj, A. JW P . ' 1 ' 126 MAUREEN LE BLANC 12 Omar Ter., Newtonville Wittlebit, Shorty, La Porte Day, lV, Work, Music Club. ELIZABETH EILEEN LEE B 32A Woodbine Ter., Auburndale ff eNX7arren, IV, Office Work, Chandler Secretarial School, Neophytes, 1, Modern Dance, Q, Outing Club, 3. JAMES LEE J 48 Nathan Rd., Newton Center im Weeks, I, Dartmouth, Bowdoin, Junior Varsity Football, 1, Junior Varsity Base- ball, 1, Intermediate Hockey, 2, Intermedi- ate Baseball, Q, Intramural Basketball, 1, Q, 3, Orange Shield, 3, English Club, Q, Honor Roll. JEANNE BARBARA LEFEBVRE 18 West Pine St., Auburndale Jeannie Warren, I, College, Modern Dance, 1, 3, Legislature, Q, Softball, Junior Var- sity, 1, Rally Committee, Q, 3, Drama Club, Q, 3, Neophytes, 1, Orange Shield, 3, Football Dance Committee, 3, Valentine Dance Committee, 3, Gym Demonstration, 1, Newtonian Representative, 3. BARBARA LERNER 17 East Boulevard Rd., Newton Center Babs, Barb Weeks, II, Kathleen Dell, Neophytes, 1, Girls' Chorus, Q, 3, Music Club, 3, Drama Workshop, 3, Publicity Committee, Senior Play, 3, DONALD CLIFFORD LEWIS 49 Charles St., Watertown Louie York I-ligh, York, Maine, lll A, Machine, Fitchburg State Teachers College. SARAH LEE LICHTENSTEIN 53 Crosby Rd., Chestnut Hill Cookie Weeks, ll, Sargent, New York Univer- sifY1 Science Club, 3, English Club, 3, Personality Club, Q. NASON LIGHTMAN N 117 Garland Rd., Newton Center dl Weeks, I, Harvard, Glee Club, 1, 2, Band, 1, Q, 3, Concert Band, 3, Spring Musical, 9, Boys' State Conference, Q, Camera Club, 1, Science Club, Q, 3, Vice- President, 3, Music Club, Q, 3, Math Club, 3, Chemistry Club, Q, Track 'Mana- ger, 1, Q, 3, Neophytes, 1. JEAN CAROL LIPMAN 29 Merrill Rd., Newton Jeanie Weeks, I, Wellesley, National Honor Society. Q, 3, Newtonite, Q, 3, Editor-in- Chief, 3, News Editor, 3, Business Stall, 3, Tusitala, 2, 3, President, 3, English Club, Q, Debating Club, 1, Q, Drama Club, 3, Music Club, 2, 3, Publicity Chairman, 3, Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Speakers' Bureau, 1, 9, 3, Home Room fvianager, 3, Literary Magazine, 3, Football Dance Committee, 3, Spring Musical, Q, Gym Demonstra- tion, 1, Senior Play Candy Committee, 3, Rally Committee, 3, Legislature Reporter, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3. RICHARD LITTLE Dv k 38 Thornton Rd., Chestnut Hill lTXfarren, I, College, Radio Club, 1, Hunting and Fishing Club, Q, 3, Intra- mural Basketball, 2, Home Room Man- ager, 3. CURT A. LIVINGSTON 58 Rochester Rd., Newton igeiovv, ll, Boston University, Osteo- pathic School, Meteorology Club, 3, Camera Club, 3, Radio Club, 3, Badmin- ton, 9, Intramural Basketball, Q. ELEANOR JEANETTE LOMBARDI 55 Pine Grove Ave., Newton Lower Falls Pooch, Ellie Warren, ll, Colby Junior College, School ot Dance, Modern Dance Group, 3, Music Club, 1, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, 3. , Q f . gf i 3, ' Ju. 23, fflfvv- I -Z , f- .f: , V 4 r 'W Qi 'fi 3 f 1 f f at 4 J, 4 M J ff 3 f , , . II 127 NORMA MAY LOMBARDI Q1 Woodward St., Newton Highlands Weeks, ll, School of Nursing, Music glub, 3, Modern Dancing, 3, Alpha eta, 1. STEPHEN PHILIP LOMBARDI 42 Oxford Rd, Newton Center Steve, Lom Weeks, ll, College, Intermediate Foot- ball, 1, Junior Varsity Hockey, 1, ln- termediate Hockey, 2, Newtonian Repre- sentative, 1, Boys' Chorus, 1. ROBERT A. LONG B b 1548 Washington St., West Newton OBigelow, l, University of Southern California, Dartmouth, Football, 1, Q, Hockey, 1, Q, 3, German Club, 1, Q, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, Boys' Chorus, 3, Junior Varsity Baseball, 1, Orange Shield, 1: C era Club 1 -U-',,J,Lwd4-.-cv. fl? -ff' THERESA AGNES LOPAS 4 Edgewood Rd., West Newton Warren, IV B, Lasell Junior College. Burdett College, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Camera Club, Q, Newtonite Advertising Stall, Newtonian Copy StaFl, Archery, 1, Q, 3. FRANK J. LORD 377 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Buddy Day, l, Tufts, Legislature, Q, 3, English Club, Q, Junior Class Usher, 9, Aviation Club, 3, Future Teachers of America, Q. JOHN C. LOSCH 21 King St., Auburndale Warren, I, Harvard, Williams, Science Club, Q, English Club, 3, Senior Play, 3, Home Room Manager, 1, Track Manager, 1, Radio Club, 1, Debating Club, 1. RICHARD LOVELL 174 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Dick Weeks, ll, Football, Track, Orange Shield, Boys' Chorus. JOANNE SHIRLEY LOVELY 375 Linwood Ave, Newtonville Shirley Day, ll, Newton-Wellesley Hospital. HAROLD LEON LOWENSTEIN 54 Garland Rd., Newton Center Hal, Harry Weeks, I, Boston University, Camera Club, 9, Indoor Track Manager, Q, 3, DONALD E. LUCAS 86 Falmouth Rd., West Newton Joe Warren, Ill A, Electrician. JACOUELINE LOUISE LUCIER 91 Osborne Path, Newton Center Jackie, Lu, Lu Weeks, ll, Colby Junior College, Out- ing Club, 1, Girls' Chorus, 1, 9, 3, Gym Demonstration, 1, Anti-Sorority-Fraternity Committee, 1, Music Club, Q, 3, Tennis, 1, Football Dance Committee, 3, Persona ality Club, 3, Field Hockey, 1, Candy Committee, Q. ROBERT H. LUND 93 Nonantum St., Newton Corky, Bob Bigelow, 1, Harvard, Latin Club, 1, Science Club, 1, Q, 3, Vice-President, Q, Treasurer, 3, Chemistry Club, 3, Stage Crew, 3, Future Teachers ol America, 3, Science Fair Committee, 1, Honorable Mention Science Fair, 1, 9, Q8 ESTELLE LUPO 165 Linwood Aye., Newtonville Dolly, Lupe Day, lV D, Work. FLORENCE ALICE LYNCH 2069 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Twin, Alice, Original Warren, IV, Work, Basketball, 1, Q, Field Hockey, 1, Gym Demonstration, 1. KATHLEEN ANN LYNCH 9069 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Twin, Ann, Carbon Copy Warren, IV, Work, Basketball, 1, 9, Field Hockey, 1. MARIE LYNCH 26 Lincoln Pk., West Newton Warren, l, Newton-Wellesley School of Nursing, Chemistry Club, 3, Camera Club, Q, Home Room Manager, 2, Drill Corps, Q, National Honor Society, 3. WILLIAM LYNN BAM Q51 Islington Rd., Auburndale I Warren, I, Collesef Legislature, 31 Junior Varsity Baseball, 1, Intermediate Baseball, Q. CAROL MACDONALD 150 Mount Vernon St., Newtonville Mac, Steve Day, I, Wellesley, Newtonian Data Editor, 3, Orange Book, Q, Sales Commit- tee Chairman, 3, Ticket Committees, Drama Club Play, Spring Musical, 9, Home Room Manager, Q, Music Club, 1, 2, Drama Club, Q, 3, Glee Club, 1, Q, 3, Spring Musical, Q, Anti-Smoking Commit- tee, 3, Christmas Pageant, Q, Committee for Sale of Rings and Pins, 2, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 3. DORIS MacDONALD 62 Gardner St., Newton Mac Bigelow, Boston University, Neophytes, -li Chorus, 1, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Gym Demonstration, 1, Assistant Home Room MBUGSCV, Qi Tennis, 1, Q, Nevvtonite, 3, Newtonian, 3, Badminton, 1, National Honor Society, 3. PETER MacGREGOR 199 Union St., South Natick Mac, Pete Williston Academy, lll A, Machine, Wentworth, Work. WILLIAM K. MACKEY BAM 38 Moreland Ave., Newton Center I Upper Arlington High, Columbus, Ohio, I, Harvard, Captain Orange Shield, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee, 3, Football Dance Committees, 3, Varsity Basketball, 9, Manager, 3, Varsity Tennis Team, 9, 3. JEAN ANN MacLEOD 10 Oakland Ave., Auburndale Jeanie Warren, ll, .Junior College, Boston University, Girls' Chorus, 1, 2, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Music Club, Q, 3, Neo- phytes 1, Tri-Hi-Y, 1, Q, 3, Hockey, 1, Basketball, 1, Archery, 1, Gym Demon- stration, 1, Honor Roll, 1, Spring Musical, Q, JEAN ETHEL MACOMBER 34 Bradford Rd., Newton Highlands Jeanie, Cuc, Mac Weeks, l, Junior College, Business School, Basketball, 1, Stage Workshop, 1, Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Usher, Spring Musical, 2, Music Club, 3, Senior Play Candy Com- mittee, 3. R UWFV 19 ROBERT W. MAGEE 4 Rockledge Rd., Newton Highlands Byron, Guppie Weeks, ll, College, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Boys' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Hockey, 2, E, Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3, Spring Musical, Q, Ski Team, 1, Q, 3, Golf Varsity, 1, Q, 3, ln, tramural Basketball, 1, Q, 3, Football Dance Committee. EDWARD F. MAGUIRE, JR. 20 Morton St., Newton Center Eddie, Ed Weeks, l, M.l.T. Worcester Polytech, University of Maine, Usher at Football Games, Q, 3, Rifle Club, 2, 3, Hunting and Fishing Club, 3. E. DONALD MAHER 607 Washington St., West Newton Don, Ma-har Day, ll, College, Boys' Chorus, 3. JOHN JOSEPH MAHONEY 12 Hale St., Newton Upper Falls Mo, Breathless Mahoney Weeks, ll, Massachusetts School of Art, Cheerleader, Q, 3, Rally Committee, Q, 3, Art Club, 9, 3, Intramural Basketball, Q, Football Dance Committees, Q, 3, Senior Play Publicity Committee, 3, Newtonite Cartoons, Q, 3, Newtonian Art StaFf, 3. ROSE MALKASIAN 38 Wetherell St., Newton Upper Falls Shorty Weeks, IV C, OFlice Work, Gym Demonstration, 1. MARIE LORRAINE MALONEY Q67 Nevada St., Newtonville Day, ll, Kathleen Dell, Glee Club, 1, Q, 3, Girls' Chorus, Q, Camera Club, 1: Gym Demonstration, 1, Drama Workshop, gfgnior Play Candy Committee, 3, Music u , 1. QW Xa-.Av 4 STEPHEN MANDELL 533 Beacon St., Chestnut:Hill Stevie Roxbury Latin, l, Harvard, Orange Boolc Stall, 3, Editor, Newtonian Advertising Staff, 3, French Club, 3, Debating Club, 1, Q, 3, Science Club, 3, GRACE MARCHANT 424 Homer St., Newton Center Gracie, Sister Week, ll, School of Physical Education, Hockey, 1, Q, 3, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Soft- ball 1, 3, Leader Corps, Q, 3, English Club, Q, 3, Music Club, 3, Newtonian Stal'l, Q, Band, 1, 2, 3, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, Orchesis, 3, Modern Dance, Q, 3, Girls' Athletic Banquet, 1, Q, 3, Cavalry Club, 3, Rally Committee, Co-Chairman, Foot- ball Dance Committee. ANTHONY L. MARINI 191 Bridge St., Newton Day, lll A 4, Electrician, Golf Pro fessional, Golf Team. ELAINE MARKS 56 Park Ave., Newton Bigelow, ll, Colby Junior College, Glee Club, 1, Q, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Newtonian Advertising Staff, 3, Spring Musical, 1, Scenery Com- mittee, Q, Honor Roll, Q, Science Fair, Q. JEAN R. MARROCCO 109 West St., Newton Jeanie Day, Stenographer, Girls' Chorus, 1. ELSA MARSTON 40 Hereward Rd., Newton Center Weeks, l, Middlebury, Vassar, Legis- lature, 3, Orange Shield, 3, Girls' Leader Corps, Q, 3, Athletic Banquet, Q, 3, New- tonite, Q, Newtonian Features StaFl, 3, Literary Magazine, 3, Modern Dance, 1, Tennis, 9, 3, Gym Demonstration, 1, Neo- phytes, 1, Band, 1, Q, Christmas Vespers, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Publicity Commit- tee, 9, Drama Club, Q, 3, Publicity Com- mittee, Q, 3, Chairman, 3, Junior Dance Committee, 2, Football Dance Committee, 3, Senior Play, 3, National Honor Society, Q, 3, Honorary Girls' Athletic Award, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3. x . , . ,,.,, t- ,ax a t Wig? 3 s X Sa 3 .. ai, ,,'i, is ,yx t 'ti Nwsgbgg Q Ms. tf -f 4: Q t- ,ist Q LQMZEL MARSTON by 4 warm Rdwixwri enter Wee , estern'Michigan ollege of Educatio Legislature, 9, 3, Leader Corps, Q, 3, Secre - ewtonian Staff, Q, 3, Features ' r, 3, Shield, 3,0range Book, Q,Tennis, , , , Modern Dance, 1, 9, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee, 9, Music Club, 1, English Club, Q, National Honor Society, 2, 3, Gym Demonstration, 1, Senior Play Candy Committee, 3, Athletic Banquet, 2, 3, Honorary Girls' Award, Parents' Night, 1, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3. JOHN E. MARTIN 57 Charlesbanlc Rd., Newton Jack Waltham High, ll, College of Business Administration at Boston University. PAUL MARTIN 7 Washburn St., Newton Bigelow, lll, Worlc, Prep School, Foot- ball, 1, 3. THERESE MARTIN 973 Otis St., West Newton Terry Warren, l A, Boston University, Nurs- ing at Newton-Wellesley Hospital, New- tonite Advertising Staff, 1, Neophytes, 1, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Gym Demonstra- tion, 1, Building l Office Assistant, 1, Modern Dance, 1, Q, 3, Library Club, 1, Camera Club, 9, Legislature Alternate, Q, Le Cercle Francais, 1, 3, Rally Committee, Q, 3, Newtonian Home Room Representa- tive, Q, Christmas Vespers, 9, 3, Anti- Smoking Committee, 9, Alpha Gamma Tau, Q, Candy Committees, Spring Musical, Q, Senior Play, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 9, 3. JOAN MASSIE 15 Whitlowe Rd., West Newton Warren, IV B, Stenographic Work, National Honor Society, 3. ELEUTERIO LARRY MASTROMATTEI 188 Adams St., Newton Day, lV, Worlc, Glee Club, Orchestra A, B, Band, A, Music Club. GRETCHEN PARKMAN MAXTED 124 Dickerman Rd., Newton Highlands Grete Weeks, I, University of Massachusetts. LAVINIA MAYO 384 Watertown St., Newton Lee Day, ll, New England Conservatory of Music, Music Club, 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus, 3, Accompanist, 3. RANDALL McADAMS 54 Temple St., West Newton Mac, Randy, Polo, Sammy Warren, l, Colgate, Football, 1, Q, 3, Baseball, 1, 3, Track, 9, 3, Basketball, 1, Intramural Basketball, 1, Q, 3, Champs, 1,j3, Orange Shield, Q, 3, Honor Roll, 3. BARBARA ANN McALOON 789 Walnut St., Newton Center Barb Weeks, I, Connecticut, Wheaton, Alpha Beta, 1, Neophytes, 1, Newtonite Busi- ness Staff, 1, Girls' Chorus, 1, Spring Musical Properties Committee, 1, Q, Musical, 1, Q, Glee Club, Q, 3, Modern Dance, 2, Home Room Manager, 2, Camera Club, Q, 3, Treasurer, Q, President, 3, English Club, Q, 3, Vice-President, Q, Social Room Hostess, 3, Senior Play Pub- licity Committee, 3, Football Dance Com- mittee Chairman, 3, Legislature Alternate, 9, 3. DONALD ROBERT McARDLE 75 Maple Ter., Newton Mac, Hornpout, Bigelow, ll, Boston College. CHARLES A. McBARRON 36 Aberdeen St., Newton Highlands Mac, Red Bigelow, Ill B, Boys' Chorus, 3. ff f f OWEN GERALD MCCARTHY 9 Shirley St., West Newton Jerry, Judge Warren, IV, Work, Night School. BARBARA JOAN McCULLOUGH 100 Fair Oaks Ave., Newtonville Barbie, Barb Day, l, University of Kentucky, Boston University, Alpha Beta, 1, Outing Club, 1, Music Club, Q, 3, Tennis, Q, 3, Drama Workshop, 3, Senior Play Scenery Com- mittee, Home Room Manager, 1, Honor Roll, 1, 3, Tri-I-li-Y, 3. HENRY PETER MCDONALD 45 Aberdeen St., Newton Highlands I-larry, Mac Weeks, IV, Boys' Chorus, 3. EDWARD JOSEPH McFADEN Q2 Gilbert St., West Newton Mickey Warren, lll A, Radio, Television, JOSEPH B. MCGAFFIGAN 11 Jepsen Ct., West Newton Joe, Mac. Warren, I, Journalism Major at Boston University, English Club, Newtonite, Sports Editor. HERBERT N. McGILL, JR. 142 Islington Rd., Auburndale Herbie Warren, ll, College. BARBARA McGRATH 59 Boyd St., Newton Barb Bigelow, ll, Boston University, Tri-Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3, Building I Office, 3, Basketball, 1, Hockey, 1, Archery, 1, English Club, 2, Music Club, Q, 3, Gym Demonstration, 1, Legislature, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, Out- ing Club, 1. CLAIRE MCHUGH 39 Lafayette Rd., Newton Lower Falls Haverford High, IV, Secretary, Tri- Hi-Y Club, Outing Club. JANE F. McINNIS f ,,. . 47 Kingswood Rd., Auburndale Mickey Warren, l, College, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, , ,, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Christmas Vespers, Q, ' Newtonian Advertising Staff, 3, Archery, V. 1, Senior Play Scenery Committee, 3. 'iz' 1 gl f 'K 4 1,4 , WARREN F. MCMULLEN 108 Eliot Ave., West Newton Mac Weeks, ll, Track Team, Q, 3, Orange , Shield, Q, 3, Hunting and Fishing Club, Q. i, HENRY MCQUEENEY 61 Jewett St., Newton Hank, Bud, Buddy, Bones Bigelow, ll, Boston College, North- eastern, Holy Cross, Basketball, 1, Q, 3, Varsity Club. 1, 9, 3, Anti-Fraternity- Sorority Committee, 1, Home Room Man- ager, Q, 3, Legislature, Q. WILLIAM McSHEFFREY I 121 Crescent St., Auburndale Bill, Mac Warren, lll A, Printing, Trade, Manager Trade School Basketball Team. I ' ' WE", J' f , -Q , W 1 f ff f f Q '-:, .,,,w f., I V ' , 4.4, 5,4-f.y'7.4!f ff I I"f,f,l3' Qy 29 , , fy ,,,,,,, PAUL MELANSON 10 Columbus Pl., West Newton Skins, Louie Warren, ll, Work, Then to California. VINCENT ROBERT MELIDEO 26 Cottage Pl., West Newton Vinny Warren, IV, Work, Retail Selling, Band, 1, Q, 3. BEVERLY ELLEN MILCHEN B 64 Athelstane Rd., Newton Center eWeeks, ll, College, International Club, 1, Q, Debating Club, Q, Music Club, 3, English Club, 3, Senior Play Costume Committee, Honor Roll, Q, 3. RICHARD MILLARD Q55 Mill St., Newtonyille Dick Day, l, California Institute of Technol- ogy, Radio Club, 1, Q, 3, Secretary, 9, Treasurer, 3, Math Club, 3, Chemistry Club, 3. JOAN MILLER 423 Ward St., Newton Center Johnny, Red Weeks, ll, Mount Ida, Music Club, 3, Debating Club, Q, Camera Club, 3, Drama Workshop, 3, Home Room Manager, 1, Personality Club, Q. NANCY SUE MILLER 19 Manemet Rd., Newton Center Terry, Nance Weeks, ll, Boston University, Emerson Junior College, Music Club, Q, Camera Club, 3, Personality Club, 2, Newtonian fixdvertising Staff, Q, Stage Workshop, 3, ennis. ANN LEE MITCHELL 30 Byrd Ave., West Newton Ann Warren, ll, Nurses Training at Newton- Wellesley Hospital, Music Club, 1, 2, 3, Band, 1, Q, 3, Camera Club, 3, Concert Band, 3, Basketball, 9. DAVID A. MITCHELL 30 Byrd Ave., West Newton Mitch Warren, lll B: Work. ETHEL MONZERT EH 980 Highland Ave., West Newton ie Warren, l, Connecticut, Girls' Chorus, 1, Alpha Beta, 1, Neophytes, 1, Alpha Gamma Tau, Q, Camera Club, 9, English Club, 3, Orchesis, Q, 3, Legislature, Q, Home Room Manager, 1, Anti-Sorority- Fraternity Committee, 1, National Honor Society, Q, 3, Executive Council, 3i Office Assistant, 3, Social Room Hostess, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee 3, Football Dance Committee, 3, Ciirls' Athletics Board, 3, Spring Musical, Q, Gym Demon. stration, 1, Tennis Varsity, 1, Q, 3, Modern Dance, 1, 9, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3. KATHLEEN MORAN 151 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Kay, Kathy Weeks, ll, Academie Moderne: Music Club, 3, Stage Workshop, 3, Tennis, Q, Modern Dance, 1. EVERETT MITCHELL 1 PHILIP MOREAU 447 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville 41 Capital St., Newton Mitch Phil, Flip, Moe Day, ll, Work, Night School. Bigelow, lV, Work. FRANCIS JOSEPH MONAHAN 1045 Center St., Newton Center Crash Walnut Park, ll. ROSE MARIE MONAHAN 59 Clinton St., Newton Ducky Day, ll, Boston University Nursing, Music Club, 1, Girls' Chorus, 1, Literary Magazine Sales Staff, 1. EUGENE MONOSSON 98 Grant Ave., Newton Center Gene, Baldy Brookline High, l, Tufts, Stage Crew, 32 Camera Club, 3, Junior Varsity Tennis, Q, Ski Club, Q, Senior Play Properties Com- mittee, 3. EDWARD MORRILL 515 Crafts St., West Newton Ed Day, ll, King's Point, Orange Shield, Q, Meteorology Club, 3, Legislature, 3, Cavalry Club, 3. ANITA MORSE 157 Dickerman Rd., Newton Highlands Nita, Neet Weeks, ll, Junior College, Neophytes, 1, Outing Club, 1, Q, 3, Music Club, 'lf Q, 3, lntramural Basketball, 1, Tennis Team, Q, 3, Chorus, 1, Glee Club, 1, Q, 3, l2allyCommittee,Q,SpringMusical 1,Q,3. Al M u ydqufvmwrulvuaj ... Lyla ! GORDON Mons if 905 Grove St., Auburndale Gordo Warren, l, Northeastern, Engineering, Math Club, 3, Aviation Club, 3, Tennis, 1, Q, Honor Roll, 1, Q. KENNETH JEFFREY MORSE K Q4 Beverly Rd., Newton Highlands en Weeks, l, College, Home Room Mana- ger, 1, Q, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Glee Club, 1, Q, Spanish Club, Q, 3, Vice-Presi- dent, 3, Future Teachers of America, Vice-President, 3, National Honor So- ciety, Q, 3, Spring Musical, 1, Q, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, Newtonian Representative, 3, Senior Play Costume Committee, 3, Parents' Night Usher, 3. MARILYN MORSE Q19 Winslow Rd., Waban Mal Oak Grove, ll, Air Line Hostess, College, Cavalry Club, Q, 3, Music Club, Q, 3, Stage Workshop, 3, Senior Play Candy Committee, 3, Tennis, 3, Girls' Chorus,3. f if Q . L J ROBERT ALAN MORSE 24 Windsor Rd,, Waban Mousie Weeks, ll, Legitimate Stage Work, Home Room Manager, 3, Intermediate Football 1, Music Club, 3, Treasurer Senior Class, 3, Spring Musical, Q, Basket- ball Manager, Q, 3, Legislature, 9, Glee Club, Q, 3. GILES EDMUND MOSHER 34 Byrd Ave., West Newton Bud, Moe Warren, l, Boston College, Home Room Manager, 1, Newtonian Representative, 1, Q, Hunting and Fishing Club, 2, Hockey Manager, 1, Camera Club, 1. WARREN MOSHER 1863 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Mo, Moose Warren, l, College in Canada, Intra- mural Basketball, 1, Q, Hunting and Fish- ing Club, Q. BENJAMIN MUCKENHOUPT B 332 Winchester St., Newton Highlands en Weeks, l, Harvard, Ph.D. in Math, Math Club, Q, 3, Secretary, 3, Future Teachers of America, 3, Concert Band, Q, 3, Orchestra A, 1, Q,,3, National Honor Society, Q, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, Spring Musical, 1, 3, Math Tournament, 1, Q, 3. F in 'mf' ,tear X i I . I K '18 2 5 f e X 4 PHYLLIS ANN MULDOON 1218 Boylston St., Newton Upper Falls Fubby, Pam, Phil Weeks, ll, Nurse, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Modern Dance, 1, Q, 3, Per- sonality Club, Secretary, 1, Drama Work- shop, Q, French Club, 3, Candy Com- mittee, Senior Play, Tennis 1, Q, 3, EDWARD MURPHY 76 Austin St., Newtonville Murph Day, l, College, Junior Varsity Foot- ball, 1, Varsity Football, Q, 3, lnter- mediate Baseball, 1, lntramural Basketball, ELIZABETH ANNE MURPHY 30 Alexander Rd., Newton Highlands Betty, Murph Weeks, ll, Bouve, Science Fair, 9, Hockey, 1, Q, 3, Basketball, 1, Q, Soft- ball 1, Q, Girls' Leader Corps, Q, 3, Out- ing Club, 1, Q, 3, Treasurer, 3, French Club, 1, 3, Gym Demonstration, 1, Honor Roll, 2, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, 1, Q, Office Assistant, 3, National Honor Society, 3. MARY CORNELIA MURPHY 65 Kensington St., Newtonville Connie Day, lV, Kathleen Dell, Music Club, 1, 3, Outing Club, 3, Camera Club, 1, Girls' Chorus, 3, Senior Play Business Committee, Literary Magazine Committee, 1, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Basketball, 3, Rally Com- mittee, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, Tennis, 1. PATRICIA MURPHY 94 Auburn St,, Auburndale Pat, Patty Warren, ll, Sargent, Tri-l-li-Y, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Field Hockey, 1, Basket- ball 1, Building l OFFice, 1, Outing Club, 1, 2, Legislature Alternate, 3, Music Club, Q, 3. WILLIAM J. MUSTOE Bwu 6 Nonantum St., Newton i Bigelow, lll A 4, Electrician, National Honor Society, 3. GRACE NATHANSON 466 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Leslie Roxbury Memorial High, II, Mount Ida Junior College, Tennis, 1, Modern Dance, Q, Personality Club, 1, Music Club, 3, Drama Workshop, 3. CAROL NEE 349 Lexington St., Auburndale Warren, ll, Framingham State Teachers College, President, Future Teachers of America, 3, National Honor Society, Q, 3, Art Club, Q, Modern Dance, Q, 3, Chair- man Home Economics Fashion Show, Q, Co-Chairman Ushers for National Educa- tion Open House, 3, Senior Play, 3, Frederick Student Exchange. FRANK LOUIS NEGROTTI 7 Cook St., Nonantum Neg, Frankie Day, IV A, Small Business, Junior Var- sity Football, 1, Honor Roll, 1, Q, Avia- tion Club, 1, Intramural Basketball, 1, Q. SANDRA NEITLICH 404 Ward St,, Newton Center Sandy Weeks, I, Smith, Music Club, Q, 3, Personality Club, 3, English Club, 3, Senior Play Publicity Committee, 3, Out- ing Club, Q, Rally Committee, Q, Drama Workshop, Q, Camera Club, 1. LORRAINE NELSON 11 Cumberland Rd., West Newton Nel, Nellie Warren, IV B, Work, College, Outing Club, 1, 3, Field Hockey, Q, 3, Basket- ball, 1, Q, 3, Softball, 1, Q, 3, Archery, 1. JOHN FREDERICK NICKEL 10 Rogers St., Newton Johnny, Nick Bigelow, ll, Music School, Navy, Work, Band, 1, Q, Orchestra, 3, Dance Band, Q, 3, Music Club, Q, Glee Club, Q, Spring Musical, Q. If if I i I l I 3 5, JUNE NOLL 8 Whitney Rd., Newtonville Unie Day, Il, Katharine Gibbs School, Tri- Hi-Y, 1, Q, 3, Gym Demonstration, 1, Modern Dance, 1, Q, 3, Spring Musical, Q, Orchesis, 3, Camera Club, 1. RICH ARD WILLIAM OAKES 163 Day St., Auburndale Dick Warren, Il, Northeastern, Meteorology Club, Junior Varsity, Intermediate, Varsity Football Manager. I JOAN OAKEY Q70 Waban Ave., Waban Warren, ll, Junior College, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, C-lee Club, Q, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Tennis, 1, GymlDemon- stration, 1, Spring Musical, Q. -lenti- 49' M4049 gm-AJ GEORGE FRANCIS O'BRIEN 77 Grasmere St., Newton Bigelow, IV, Salesman. BARBARA O'CONNELL 165 Fairway Drive, West Newton Bobbie, Barb Day, I, Regis College, Camera Club, Q, Art Club, 1, Modern Dancing, 1, Badmin- ton, Q, Honor Roll, 1, Math Club, Q, Gym Demonstration, 1, Parents' Day Usher, 1, Drama Workshop, 3, National Honor Society, 3. GEORGE RUSSELL O'DOWD 17 Winthrop Ave., Newton Bigelow, IV, Business School, Work, Intramural Basketball. RALPH ROBERT O'DOWD 17 Winthrop Ave., Newton Bigelow, Ill B, Work, Service LOIS O'LAUGHLIN 472 Waltham St., West Newton Warren, IV B. JOSEPH ONATE 891 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Center Joe Weelcs, l, Harvard, Boston University, Tufts, Aviation Club, 1, Neophytes, 1, Football, Science Club, 2, 3, President, 3, Home Room Manager, 3, Assistant, 9, Legislature, Q, Newtonite Advertising and Mail Stalls, 9, 3, Orange Shield, 2, 3, Newtonian Representative, 3, Hallowe'en Dance Committee, 9, Science Fair, Q. MARY LOUISE O'NEIL Q9 Harrison St., Newton Highlands Weeks, l, Emerson College, Neophytes' Play, 1, Drama Club, Q, 3, Legislature Representative, 2, Neophytes, 1. FRANCIS ATLEE ORR 112 Homer St., Newton Center Jack Weeks, ll, Ski Team, Home Room Man- ager, Q, Track Team, Honor Roll, Q. JOHN ORTH 112 Pleasant St., Newton Center Jack Weeks, ll, Preparatory School, College. so v , r ,,zt ,f 13 ' 6 QM' if xiii: Q f " L ' Z JUNE OWEN pb 53 Neshobe Rd., Wdbdn llillfarren, l, Sargent College, Leader Corps, 1, Q, 3, Newtonian, 3, Field Hockey, 1, Q, 3, Basketball, 1, 9, 3i Softball, 1, Q, 3. JOAN BERNICE PAINTON 47 Dolphin Rd., Newton Center Joanie Weeks, l, Connecticut College For Women, Outing Club, 1, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, English Club, Q, 3, President, 3, Legislature, 3, Newtonian, 3, Senior Play Candy Committee, Spring Musical, Q! Girls' Chorus, 1. DAVID JOSEPH PALMER Q30 Mount Vernon St., West Newton Dave Warren, l, Cornell, Varsity Football, Q, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee, 3, Orange Book, Q, Newtonian, 3, Legislature, 3, Football Dance Committee, 3, Spring Musical, Q, Basketball, 1, Honor Roll, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 3. JAMES ARTHUR PALMER Q69 Winchester St., Newton Jim, Red Weeks, Ill A, Navy. RAYMOND PANAGGIO 4 Colonial Ave., Newtonville Day, lll B, Service. MICHAEL PHILIP PAPA 9061 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Mike Warren, Ill A, Further Schooling, Home Room Manager, 1, 2, Legislature, 1, Q, Trade School Basketball, 3, Frederick Exchange Student, 3. ALLAN KINGSLEY PARKER Al 67 Wyoming Rd., Newtonville Day, I, Northeastern. JUDITH ANNE PARSONS 17 Central Ave., Newtonville Judv Day, ll, Endicott Junior College, Girls' Chorus, 1, 3, Rally Committee, Music Club, 1, 3, Senior Play Business Com- mittee. ELIZABETH IRVING PATERSON 22 Bowers St., Newtonville Betty Day, IV C, Office Work, Outing Club, 1, Q, 3. JOHN PATRIARCA 69 Cook St., Newton Jack, Pat Day, Il, Boston University, French Club, Future Teachers of America, Track. JOHN PATTEN 109 Vernon St., Newton Larry, J.P. Day, l, Boston College, Tufts Medicine, Legislature, 9, Orange Shield, Drama Club, 9, l-'li-Y, Usher, 2, lntramural Basket- ball, Work After School, Football Usher. WILLIAM PATTEN B H 174 Auburn St., Auburndale i Warren, l, M.l.T., Junior Varsity Foot- ball, 1, Track, 1, Math Club, Q, 3, Treas- urer, 3, Chemistry Club, 3, National Honor Society, Q, 3, Newtonian Staff, Usher Committee, Senior Play, 3, Parents' Night Usher, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3. ,AZ-4 4 . r.,, JOAN PATTISON 192 East Side Parkway, Newton Bigelow, l, College, Basketball, 1, 9, 3, Softball, 1, Q, 3, Field l-lockey, 1, Q, Chorus, 1, 3, Music Club, 1, Outing gflub, 1, Neophytes, 1, Building l Office, QQCYV RICHARD PAYNE D- It 56 Cedar St., Newton Center ic Weeks, l, Williams, Orange Shield, 3, Senior Finance Committee, 3, Social Board, 3, Ring Committee, Q, 3, Drama Club, Q, 3, Neophytes, 1, Band, 1, Honor Roll, 1, Q, Senior Play Committee, Q. PRISCILLA ANN PEARCE 37 Arapahoe Rd., West Newton Pris, Pril Warren, ll, Colby Junior College, Katharine Gibbs School, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Drama Workshop, Q, 3, Modern Dance, 1, Q, Outing Club, 3, Music Club, 3, Girls' Gym Demonstration, 1, Honor Roll, 9, Scenery Committee, Drama Club Play, Q, Neophytes Play, Q, Spring Musical, Q. BURTON PECK 48 Cotton St., Newton Burt Bigelow, l, College, lntermediate Foot- ball, 1, Varsity, Q, 3, lntermediate Basket- ball, 1, Varsity, Q, 3, lntermediate Base- ball, 1, Q, Orange Shield Captain, 3, Senior Executive Committee, 3, Anti- Smoking Committee, 3, Athletic Board, 3, lglonor Roll, 1, Q, National l-lonor Society, DOROTHY MARIE PELLEGRINI 13 Lincoln Rd., Newton Dot, Dottie Day, lV, Office Work, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, Music Club, 1, 9, 3. JOSEPH N. PELLEGRINI 171 Langley Rd., Newton Center Weeks, lV, Business Salesman, GERALDINE PELLEGRINO QQ1 Chapel St., Newton Gerry DGY, lV, Stenographer, Newtonite Business Staff, 1, Basketball, 3. PETER DURRELL PERCY 17Q Harvard St,, Newtonville Pete Warren, I, College, Junior Varsity Football, 1, Legislature, 1, Q, Assistant Home Room Manager, Q, Hi-Y, lntra- mural Basketball, ROBERT HENRY PERKINS, JR. 1Q North Gate Pk., West Newton Perk, Perky Warren, Il, College, Aviation Club, 3. WAKEFIELD PERKINS 56 St, James St., Newton Wake, Perk Boston Latin, I, Boston University, Hunting and Fishing Club, Q, 3, Math Club, 3, WILLIAM K. PERKINS 56 St. James St., Newton B' l rk il , Pe Boston Latin, l, University of New Hampshire, University of Maine, Art Club, 1, Hunting and Fishing Club, Q, 3, Stage Crew, 3. BARBARA PERRY 130 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands Barb, Barbie Weeks, ll, Katharine Gibbs School, Drama Workshop, Q, 3, National Honor Society, Q, 3, Orange Shield, 1, Q, 3, Building I Office, 1, Q, 3, Oran e Book Staff, Q, 3, Newtonite Business Btaff, 1, Honor Roll, 1, Q, Rally Committee, 1, Anti-Sorority-Fraternity Committee, 1, Assistant Home Room Manager, 1. .Ass-rs: fa-3' A:-LN j Q ,,,, ,we ,-2, MARY PERRY 36Q Waltham St., West Newton Mary ' Warren, ll, Junior College, Girls Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Music Club, 1, Drama Workshop, Q, Modern Dance, 1, Q, 3, Dance Workshop Chairman, 3, Orchesis, Girls' Gym Demonstration, 1, 3, Junior Prom Poster Committee, Q. NANCY PERRY 584 Chestnut St., Waban Warren, I, College, Glee Club, 1, Q, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Outing Club, 1, Q, Music Club, 1, Spanish Club, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, 3, Orchesis Club, 3, Drama Workshop, Honor Roll, 1, Q. CAROL PETERSON 36 Fairfield St., Newtonville Day, ll, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Sorbonne, Debating Club, Q, 3, Music Club, 3, Camera Club, 1. HART deCOUDRES PETERSON P 47 Hancock Ave., Newton Center ete Weeks, I, Middlebury, Colgate, Bow- doin, Junior Varsity Football, 1, Debat- ing Club, 1, Q 3, Vice-President, 3, Hunting and Fishing Club, Q, 3 Treas- urer, Q, 3, Ritle Club, Q, Math Club, 3, Newtonite Advertising Statl, 3, Senior Play Usher, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager, 3. DAVID E. PICKETT 53 Amherst Rd., Waban Dave Weeks, I, Boston College, Orange Shield. ROBERT F. PIERCE Q1 Park Pl., Newtonville Bob, Bobby Day, ll, Boston University, Home Room Manager, Building I Office, Aviation Club, 3, Stage Crew, Honor Roll, 3. KATHLEEN CARROLL PINKHAM 14 Delmore Rd., Newton Highlands Kathy Biddeford High School, Biddeford . . . v I lvldlnei ll, Nursing: Girls Gym Demon- stration, 1, lnternational Club, 3, Science Club, 3, Honor Roll, 1, 3. MARIE PIOTTI 117 Parker Ave., Newton Highlands Weeks, l B, ll, Forsythe Dental, Outing Club, 1, Q, 3, Music Club, 3, Junior- Senior Girls' Chorus, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Drama Workshop, Q, 3, Drama Club Play Scenery Committee, Q, Scenery and Prop erty Committee, Neophyte Play, Q, Hono. Roll, Q, 3. JANE PLUMER 165 Windsor Rd., Waban Janie Warren, l, Smith, Connecticut College, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, Drama Workshop Club, Q, Honor Roll, 2, Orange Shield, 3, Social Room Hostess, Candy Committee, Senior Play, 3. MAURICE E. POLNER 140 Parmenter Rd., West Newton Maury, Mo Warren, l, Boston University, Band, Honor Roll, Q. CHARLES POST 1048 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Chick Warren, l, College, Band, 1, Q, 3, Glee Club, 1, Q, Spring Musical, Q, Music Club, Q. A I ,ff , -af. ,MW , , JOAN HOLLAND POTTER 334 Wolcott St., Auburndale Joanie Warren, l, Simmons, Alpha Beta, 1, Gym Demonstration, 1, Neophytes, 1, Music Club, Q, 3, Drama Workshop, Q, English Club, 3, Glee Club, 1, Q, 3, Rally Committee, Q, Girls' Chorus, 1, Modern Dance, Q, 3, Orchesis, 3, Spring Musical, Q, 3, Legislature, 3, Football Dances, Q, 3, Social Room Hostess, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee, 3, HonorlRol , 2. fi! I ' Y' fi 2'1'.:3'rt ' , f 'e?i?3 - ,,,s5?ZWs.,, ,gm .. y, , ff f v 1 . , .M I' , ff ffyfff M 2 'ff' 222.7 , , j ,vw ff- 5 ' 'em QQ, fy 7, 9 EDMUND JOSEPH POUTAS 19 Madison Ave., Newtonville Stretch Our Lady's High, IV, Advertising, Junior Varsity Football Manager, lnter- mediate Baseball Manager, Newtonite Advertising Stall, Ticket Committee, Tusitala,3. GILES POWERS 16 Ricker Rd., Newton Weeks, l, Harvard, Camera Club, 1, Debating Club, Q, Chemistry Club, 3, International Club, 3: Music Club, 3f Social Room Host: HifY, 3. SANDRA PRATT Q3 Adams Ave., West Newton Sandy Warren, lV B, Medical Secretary, Building 3 Office. JOAN PRESCOTT 12 Fessenden St., Newtonville Aldrich High, Aldrich, R. l., l, College, Music Club, Q, Spanish Club, 3, Girls' Chorus, 3, National Honor Society, 3. X 'Q Qdbftwfhtm I 6 GMT' EDWARD PRINCE 330 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Ed Day, ll, Chiropodist. ANNA PROIA 57 Adams St., Newtonville Debby Day, ll, Modeling, Home Room Mana- ger, 1, Honor Roll, 1, 3. HERBERT PUGATCH 20 Sun Hill Lane, Newton Center .Pugy Boston Latin, l, Brown, Camera Club, 1, Q, 3, Aviation Club, 1, Q, 3, New- tonian Representative, Q, 3, I-Iome Room Manager, 1, Junior Varsity Basketball, 1, Intermediate Football, 1, Indoor Track, 2, 3, Baseball, 3. ROBERT ANTHONY PUGLISI Q0 Ash St,, Auburndale Pug, Bob, Coach Warren, ll, Bentley's. MARGARET WHITFORD PURCELL 11 Lincoln Pl., West Newton Mudgie, Percy Warren, l, ll, Newton-Wellesley I-los- pital School of Nursing, Basketball, 1, Alpha Beta, 1, Camera, 1, Outing Club, Q. ADRIENNE QUIGLEY 79 Washington Pk., Newtonville Rennie Day, l, IV, Boston University,Orange Shield, 9, 3, Basketball, Softball, Home Room Manager, 1, 2, Legislature, 3, ln- ternational Club, 1. WILLIAM JOSEPH QUINAN Bill 16 Capital St., Newton I Bigelow, IV, Work, Ticket Committee, Newtonite Advertising StaFf. J. RICHARD QUINLAN 115 Waban Pk., Newton Dick, Whitebucks Bigelow, ll, Colby College, Junior Varsity Basketball, 1, Varsity Basketball, Q,3,Legislature,Q,3,0rangeShield,Q, 3, I-lallowe'en Dance Committee, 3, Foot- ball Dance Committee, 3, I-li-Y, Anti- Fraternity-Sorority Committee, 1. 4 x ., 4' , . . ,- .. z Q I f X 5' W -in 1 4 ,X . . 9 "fi V ' PM W Q. X! C 14 O Zhi PATRICIA QUINN 20 Morgan Pl., Newton Pat, Patsy, Quinnie Day, IV B, Boston University, Legisla- ture Alternate, 3, Music Club, 3, Tri-I-Ii-Y Club, 3. ELLAINE QUINT 516 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Laney Day, ll, University of Bridgeport, Mod- ern Dance, 1, Drama Club Workshop, 3, lgflusica Club, Scenery Committee, Senior lay, , MARY LOUISE QUINTON 31 Charlemont St., Newton Highlands Lu Lu, May Weeks, IV C, Business School, Boston University, Burdett College, Girls' Chorus, 1, Music Club, 2, 3, Stage Workshop, 3. EVELYN RAFFERTY E - Q8 Elinor Rd., Newton Highlands e vWeeks, ll, Massachusetts School oi Art, gutinag Club, 1, Art Club, 3, Senior ay, . ROBERT P. RAFUSE 41 Chase St., Newton Center Bob, Rat, Ray Binghamton North I-ligh, Binghamton, N. Y., li M.l.T., I-Iome Room Manager, 3, Newtonian 3, Chemistry Club, 1, Q, 3, Radio Club, 1, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 3. 30" wfalufuu-la Main? -.. B94 WA- alma DANIEL RAKOV 14 Magnolia Ave., Newton Dan, Danny Bigelow, I, Cornell, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, Music Club, Cavalry Club, Newtonite Business Stalf. DOROTHY RAMEE 28 Warwick Rd., West Newton Dottie Day, Il, Lasell Junior College, French Club, 1, Drama Workshop, 1, Modern Dancing, 1, Orange Shield, Captain Q, 3, Music Club, 1, Orchesis, 1, Girls' Chorus, 1, 213, Tennis, 1, Girls' Gym Demonstra- tion, . CLAIRE HARRIET MARY RAVALLI 15 Winter St., Newton Upper Falls Smilie Weeks, Ill B, Nurses' Training, Varsity Softball Manager, 1, Q, 3, Varsity Field Hockey Manager, 1, Q, 3, Basketball, Junior Varsity, 1, 2, 3: Field l'l0Cl4CY, Junior VarsitY, 1, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3: Girls' Athletic Banquet, Hostess, 1, Girls' Gym Demonstration, 1, Music Club, 1. WILLIAM RAWLINGS H 512 Auburn St., Auburnclale B. 'Warren, I, M,l.T., Engineering Schooli Glee Club, Spring Musical, Q, National Honor Society, 3. ANITA FLORENCE RESNICK QOO Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill Weeks, Il, Burdett College, Music Club, 1, 2, 3, Drama Workshop, 3, Per- sonality Club, 3. WALTER REULING 19 Putnam St., West Newton Warren, I, College, Ski Team, 1, Avia- tion Club, Q, Legislature, 3, Home Room Manager, 1. NANCY JANE RHODES 1647 Beacon St., Waban Nan, Nance Warren, ll, Rhode Island School of De- sign, Art Club, Q, 3, National Honor So- ciety, Q, 3, International Club, 2,.Secre- tary, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3: Aff NISIIL 3, Usher, Parent's Night, 2, 3i SCIENCE CIUD- fz, ,.., .ff ,51- AW Q, .asv 'fs 'mr , V ,f,,.':fL , A - gg, 'is ".- 2 ,Y iifdzs- ' I PHYLLIS ARLENE RICE Ph I 48 Glendale Pd., Newton Center Y Weeks, I, College, Music Club, 1,- Neophytes, 1, French Club, Q, Debating Club, 2, Future Teachers of America, 3, English Club, Secretary, 3, Spring Musica? Costume Committee, Q, Basketball Manager, 1, 2, Costume Committee, Senior Play, 3, Rally Committee, Q, Newtonite, Advertis' ing Staff, 9, Circulation Staff, 3, New- tonian Staff. RUTH CAROL RICHMAN 110 Parker St., Newton Center Rich Weeks, I, College, Girls' Chorus, Music Club, 2, 3, Debating Club, Q, 3, English Club, 3, Future Teachers of America, 3, Newtonite Business StaFl, Q, 3, Usher for Open House, 3, SUSAN RICHMOND QQ King St., Auburndale Sue, Susie Curry High, Greensboro, North Caro- lina, I, Art College, English Club, Q, Music Club, Q, Art Club, 3, International Club, 3, Legislature, 3, NewtonitefAd- vertising StaFf, 3, Orchestra, Q. ANNE LEIGH RICHNER 37 Glenwood Ave,, Newton Center Annie Acton High, I, ll, Secretarial School, Building ll Office, 3. DOROTHY M. RIDDLE 398 Centre St, Newton Dottie Bigelow, IV, Clerical Work. MILDRED ANN RIGNEY 73 Lewis St., Newton Millie Out Lady's High, IV B, School. HENRY CHARLES RILEY 'I6 Daniel St., Newton Center Harry Weeks, I, Princeton, Camera Club, 1, Q, 3, Latin Club, Q, 3, President, 2, 3, Sophomore Student Usher, 1, Home Room Manager, 9, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, Newtonian Representatve, 2, National Honor Society, 3. MIRIAM S. RILEY 111 Beethoven Ave,, Newton Weeks, I, Massachusetts School of Art, Art Club, 1, 9, 3, Newtonian Art Starl, Legislature Alternate, 3, Honor Roll, 1. ELIZABETH RING JJ O7 n St., Waban Liz Warre ll, o ege, Art Club, 3, Out- in C , ,Music b, 3, Neophytes, 'l, i gl, 3, 'l-ililIY, 3, Buildxwg lll 1 ' ' , ra - shop,e3, D El glynlclgemoavi' lll? 1. or QV JAMES STUART ROBERTS BQ Shadyhill Rd,, Newton Highlands Muscles Central High, Syracuse, N. Y., ll, Pro ressive School ol Photography, Camera Clui, Senior Play Committee, Newtonite. SHELA EVE ROB Q0 Vir R edham Heights War n, Il hool, Ou Club, 1, N p t onor oll, Rally m , 3, Spr' akeup mm , 1, Seni perty Com- tee, Science Club, ern Dance, Q, 3, 'ng Musical, 2, nts' Night, Q, 3, Night, 3, Orchesis lub, 3, National or Society, 3. ROBERT F. ROGERS 31 Auburn St., West Newton Mobilgus Warren, III A, Carpenter. 42 WILLIAM ROGERS B I 367 Albemarle Rd,, Newtonville il Day, ll, General Motors Institute, Var, sity Golf, 1, 2, 3, Intermediate Hockey, Q, Varsity, 3, Hi-V, Q, 3, Secretary, Q, President, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee, 3, Home Room Manager, 3, Varsity Club, 3, Intramural Basketball, 1, SZ, 3, Boys' Chorus, Orange Shield, 3. WANDA MARTHA ROMAN 1326 Center St., Newton Center Weeks, ll, Honor Roll, Q. FRANK RONAN 6 Ashmont Rd., Waban Frank Warren, I, Georgetown, Hockey, Tennis, Music Club, Spanish Club. i H ' Y 5 f 'MERMAN HiLLsoN Ross 36 Tamworth Rd., Waban Hermie Weeks, I, Engineering College, De, bating Club, 1, International Club, 1, 3, Science Club, 3, Library Club, 3, Vice- President, Honor Roll, 1. ARLENE TOBY ROSENBERG 57 Maplewood Ave., Newton Center Dorchester High, II, School, Music Club, 3, International Club, 3, Honor Roll, 9, National Honor Society, 3. AUDREY ROSENBERG 'I4 Mandalay Rd., Newton Aud Weeks, l, II, Beaver, Colb Junior Col- lege, Neophytes, 1, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Alpha Beta, 1, English Club, Q, 3, Future Teachers of America, 3, Basketball Pickup Teams, 1, Q, 3, Tennis, 1, 3, Gym Demon- stration, 1, Home Room Manager, 1, 9, Legislature, 1, Newtonite Advertising Statl, 3, Newtonian, Q, 3, Usher American Education Week, 3, Senior Play Candy Committee, 3, Rally Committee. J ANET ROSENBERG Q01 St. Paul St., Brookline Tenaj Weeks, I, Cornell, University of New Hampshire, Band, 1, Q, Neophytes, 1, Music Club, 2, 3, Alpha Beta, 1, English Club, 3, Spanish Club, 3, Future Teachers ol America, 3, Newtonian Advertising Staff, 3, Newtonian Copy Stall, 3, New- tonite Staff, 2, Legislature, Q. CLARA ROSENFELD 32 South Gate Pk,, West Newton Claire Dorchester Girls High, I, IV D, Business Field, Honor Roll, Q, Music Club, 3, International Club, 3, NANCY ROSENWALD 14 Lodge Rd., West Newton Nankie, Nan Solomon Lewenberg, ll, Wheelock, Girls' Chorus, Q, 3, Future Teachers of America, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Adver- tising3StafI, Newtonian, 1, Word Trap- pers, . .MLY 1"3i,--f' x""t::',',,, - kc" ge- VIRGINIA ROST xl 39 Solon St., Newton Highlands Ginny Weeks, I, Middlebury, Neophytes, 1, Music Club, 1, Gym Demonstration, 1, Art Club, Q, 3, Drama Club, 3, Girls' Leader Corps, Q, 3, Tennis, 1, Q, 3, Junior Dance Committee, Q, Spring Musical, 9, 3, Glee Club, 1, Q, 3, Senior Play Commit- tee, 3, Newtonian StaFf, 3, Senior Play, 3, Literary Magazine, 3, Frederick Ex- change Student, 3, National Honor So- ciety, 9, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, JAMES L. ROTH 40 Westminster Rd., Newton Center Jimmy Weeks, I, Oberlin, Band, 1, 2, 3, Boys' Chorus, Q, 3, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Newtonian, 3, Orange Book, 3, National Honor Society, Q, 3. ROBERT RUBIN Bob, Shaky Warren, ll, Boston University, New- tonian Art Staff, 3, French Club, 3, Drama Club, 3, French Club, Q, Cavalry Club, Q, Art Club, 1. 44 Gammon Rd., Waban Cpu, if.. , . W a, - ' f f f 3 4 I 44, M f ff 1 ff f ,f H, "f' Z ' 22,- 3 'ia- ., g, X , I wi, 7, , I f'I'f'f3 I af 4. '4 ' 'T .Q 1 ., 7, ., 'rf ' ' ',f.,'1Lg9,j2z4 .- .sh 'fQ'2.:.tx- Nt!-G 143 JOSEPH R. RUSSO, JR. 5 Jackson St., Newton Center Joe Weeks, Il, Springfield, Varsity and In- termediate Football, 1, Junior Varsity Hockey, 1, Junior Varsity Baseball, 1, Intermediate Hockey, Q. PETER RUSSO 14 Cottage Pl., West Newton Warren, Ill B, Work, Band, 1, RiFle Club, 3. RICHARD RYAN 13 Waban St., Newton Dick Bigelow, Ill AQ, Work at Trade, Bas- ketball, 2, 3. RICHARD RYCROFT 5 Hunter St., West Newton Ricky Warren, I, College, Junior Varsity Baseball, 1, Varsity, Q. ANN CHRISTINE ST. GEORGE 185 Nevada St., Newtonville Day, I, Katharine Gibbs School, Drama Workshop, 3, Softball 1, Q, Basketball, 1, Honor Roll, 1, 2, Senior Play Scenery Committee, 3. MARILYN SALT 319 Center St., Newton Salty Bigelow, ll, Officers' Training School, Women's Reserve, Army, Sophomore Usher, 1, Personality Club, 3. HENRY EUGENE SALUSTRO 16 Knowles St., Newton Center Suzy, Spag Weeks, IV, Work, Business School, Intramural Basketball, Junior Varsity Football, JOHN PHILIP SALVUCCI Q15 Austin St., Newtonville Johnny, Sal Watertown High, ll, Work, Orches- tra A, Q, 3, National Honor Society, 3. THERESA SALVUCCI 489 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls Terry, Tree West Junior High, Watertown, ll, College, Neophytes, 1, Legislature Repre- sentative, 'l, Home Room Manager, 3. ANN SANTUCCI 374 Boylston St., Newton Center Weeks, IV, Work, I-lonor Roll, 1, 9, National Honor Society, 3. PETER FRANCIS SANTUCCI 293 Boylston St., Newton Center Peter, Lefty "Weeks, IV D, Art School, Baseball, CAROLE ANNE SAUNDERS 'IO Lowell Ave., Newtonville Day, ll, University of Massachusetts, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Anti-Smoking Com- mittee, Q, Halloween Dance Committee, 1, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, English Club, 1, Tennis, 3, Rally Committee, 1, Q, Tri- Hi-Y, 1, Q, 3. 4 FRANK SAVELL 68 Chester St., Newton Highlands Ill A, I, Northeastern, Radio Club, 3, 4, RUTH ELIZABETH SCAMMON 11 Nantucket Rd., Newton Highlands Ruthie Weeks, I, Bates, Colby, Denison, Girls' Chorus, 1, Glee Club, Q, Drama Work- shop, Q, Speakers Bureau, 1, Q, 3, Legis- lature, 1, Newtonian Representative, 2, Neophytes, 1, A Cappella Choir, 3, Girls' Gym Demonstration, 1, Music Club, 3, Modern Dance, 3, Rally Committee, Q, 3, NORMA SCARRY 745 Boylston St., Newton Highlands Cookie Weeks, II, Q, Drama Workshop, 9, Rally Committee, Q, Orange Shield, 3, Girls' Chorus, 3, Christmas Vespers, 3. PAUL SCHIAVONE 44 Hale St., Newton Upper Falls Chevvy, Pal Weeks, IV D, Northeastern, Business School. LOIS SCHIFF 100 Park Ave., Newton Bigelow, I, College, Newtonian Ad- versiting Stall, 2, 3, Art Club, 1, 9, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Modern Dance, 2, Rally Committee, Q, Advertising Commit- tee, Senior Play. PHYLLIS LORETTA SCHNEIDER 49 Montrose St., Newton Phyl Bigelow, I, Wellesley, Neophytes, Golf, 1, 9, Glee Club, 1, Music Club, 2, 3, Drama Club, Q, 3, Costume Com- mittee, Drama Club Play, English Club, 3, National Honor Society, 9, 3, Christmas Vespers, 1, Newtonian Advertising Stall, Drama Club Candy Committee. EUGENE D. SCHULTZ 43 Cl de St., Newtonv' l Gene, Buddy Y II e DflYi ll, Junior Class Vice-President, Junior Dance Committee, Q, Senior Play Committee, 3, Advertising Committee, Glee Clllbi 1, Q, 3, Spring Musical, Q, Anti-Smoking Committee, Q, Honor Roll, 3, Boys' Chorus, 3. PETER SCICHILONE 31 Bowers St., Newtonville Capone Day, ll, School for Theatrical Make-up, Band, Q, 3, JAMES SCOLDY 67 River St., West Newton Cousin Warren, lll B, Navy, Motion Picture Squad. FRANK ALEXANDER SEAMANS 145 Pine Ridge Rd., Waban Sandy, Marculla Weeks, lll A, Radio, Work, Tennis, 1, Basketball, 3, Legislature Alternate, Q. THOMAS F. SEAMANS 145 Pine Ridge Rd., Waban Tom, T.S. Goot Warren, I, College, Motion Picture Squad, 1, Baseball, 1, Hockey, 9, Radio Club, Q, Tennis, Q, 3, Newtonian Al- ternate, 3, Camera Club, 3, Hi-Y, 3, ln- tramural Basketball, 1, 2, 3. HARRIET E. SEARS Q7 Brooks Ave., Newtonville Day, I, Northfield, Class Secretary, 1, Q, Clerk of Associates, 3, Orange Book, 2, Alpha Beta, 1, Glee Club, 1, Q, 3, Treas- urer of Associates, Q, Wyandotte Ex- change Group, 2, Spring MUSlCdl, Qi Chorus, 1, Anti-Smoking Committee. iffktfi - ' T :gf I trh A 145 ELEANOR RUTH SELIBER 30 Burr Rd., Newton Center Selly Weeks, l, College, Neophytes, 1, Music Club, Q, 3, Rally Committee, Q, Alpha Beta, 1, English Club, 3, Treasurer, Modern Dance, Q, Gym Demonstration, 1, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Newtonite Adver- tising StaFl. JAMES K. SENIGO V 239 Woodland Rd., Auburndale 'm IWarren, ll, New England Conservatory of Music, Julliard School of Music, Band, 1, Q, 3, Concert Band, 3, Orches- tra A, 1, Q, 3, Glee Club, Q, Music Club, 3, Stage Crew, Spring Musical, 2. DOMINIC SERA 35 Melville Ave., Nonanturr Day, IV D. F. ARTHUR SHAW 383 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Artie, Stretch Day, IV, Junior College, Coast Guard, Legislature, Q, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, Indoor Track, 1, Q, Outdoor Track, 1, 9, Track Manager, 3, Orange Shield, Q, 3, Senior Play Business Committee, 3, Intra- mural Basketball, 3. MARIA SHEA 579 Dedham St., Newton Center Weeks, l, College, Art Club, 1, Q, 3i Modern Dance, 9, 3, Tennis, 1, Q, 3, Varsity, Q, 3, Girls' Gym Demonstration, 1, Art Night, 3. RICHARD SHEA 15 Melville Ave., Newtonville Dick Day, I, Holy Cross, Orange Shield, Q, Camera Club, 1. ta SDJ ll K.. Z5 1 IV csv 'Jim' ,cifs xl " .i .ysf as BARBARA ANN SHEFFER 95 Dana Rd., West Newton Barb Warren, ll, Framingham School, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Girls' Chorus, Q, 3, New- tonian News Staff, 1, Honor Roll, Q, Future Teachers ol America, 3, Senior Play Advertising, 3, Gym Demonstration, Q, JOYCE SHEMATOR 1820 Washington St., Auburndale Joy, Slim Warren, lV, College, Air Line Stew- ardess, PATRICIA MARY SHORT Q20 Adams Ave., West Newton Patti Pat, Shorty Warren, ll, Katharine Gibbs School, Buyer, Girls' Chorus, 1, 9 3, Music Club, Q, 3, Camas Club, 1, Tri-l-li-V, 3, Rally Committee, 3, Usher Drama Club Play, Q, Tennis, 1, Modern Dance, Q, Drama Workshop, 3, Archery, 3, Candy Committee, Senior Play, 3, Gym Demon- stration, 1. u6REY ESTELLE SHRIBER 15 Coolidge Rd., Newton Center Aud We Il, Uni ersity of New Hamp- 'r eophyt K1, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, ating l , 1, Q, Modern Dance, , 2 ident, Orchesis, Head Drum aj ,1,Q, 3, RallyCommittee,1,Q, 3, l Committee, 3, Anti-Smoking, 3, ewtonian, ym Demonstration, Athletic anqu t, Musical, Glee Club, of a etball, Manager, Cheer- ubs te, Orange Sales, Honor , Leader rps, Leader Corps Honor ist. Music Advisory Board, e SIDNEY SHRIER S d 17 Converse Ave., Newton l Boston English High, ll, Business Col- lege, Home Room Manager, Q, Building l OFlice, 3. ANNSIE FREEMAN SIEVE 56 Monadnock Rd., Chestnut Hill Weeks, l, Wellesley, Brandeis, Music Club, Q, 3, Debating Club, Q, English Club, 1, Q, 3, Speakers' Bureau, 3, Editor of Literary Magazine, 3, Literary Maga- zine, 1, Q, 3, Orange Shield, Q, 3, New- tonite, Q, Newtonian Advertising Staff, Q, Executive Board of English, 3, Radio Broadcasts on Newtonite, Q, National Honor Society, 3. ,.,VV 1 . .35 v' ' -N ffvilifiii r 1 ,f fffif, f -fi 5 4 ip ia, .5 , 5 s . ev ly, ffgigqez fit? by no 46 MARCIA SILVER 30 Bruce Lane, Newton Sliver Bigelow, I, Wheaton, Smith, Honor Roll, Q, Glee Club, 1, Q, Music Club 2, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee, 9, 3, Senior Play, Newtonian Staff, Q, 3, Drama Club, Q, 3, Newtonite Business Stall, Q, 3, Building I Olfice, Girls' Gym Demon- stration, 1, Junior Prom Committee. RICHARD D. SILVERMAN D k 86 Audubon Dr.,ChestnutHill ic Warren, l, Harvard, Tufts, Boston University, Junior Varsity Football, 1, Math Club Q, 3, Debating Club, 9, Camera Club, 3, Newtonian Advertising Staff, Senior Play Advertising Committee, 3. HERBERT SINGER 85 Clements Rd., Newton Bigelow, l, College, Chemistry Club, 2, International Club, Q, 3, Camera Club, 3, Junior Varsity Tennis, 1, 2, BARBARA SKINNER 55 Arlington St., Newton Bub, Barbie Bigelow, ll, Airline Hostess, Camera Club, Q, 3, Personality Club, 3. JEAN SUSANISLOAN 195 Woodclilf Rd., Newton Highlands Peanuts, Mike, Jeanie Weeks, l, Mount lda Junior College, Drama Workshop, Q, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, Newtonite Advertising Statl, Q, Outing Club, 1, Rally Committee, 2, 3, Basket- ball, 1, Girls' Gym Demonstration, Senior Play Scenery Committee, Q, 3, Secretary, Cavalry Club, 2, 3, iBuilding Ill Office, Q, Class Basketball, 1. DORENE C. SLOTNICK 11 Ellison Rd., Newton Center Weeks, ll, University of Bridgeport, Girls' Chorus, 1, Music Club, 1, 2, French Club, Q, English Club, 3, Camera Club, 3, Tennis, 1, Newtonian Advertis- ing Stalf, Q, Otfice Work, Building, 1, Q, 3. BARBARA T. SMITH 24 Lawn Ave., Newtonville Barb, Barbie, Smitty Day, li Air Line Hostess, Mt. Ida Junior Collegiei, Candy Committee, Senior Play, 3, Girls Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Girls' Gym D9m0"'Sf"dfiOf1: Music Club, 9, 3, Camera CII-'bf 'li Library Club, 1, Tri-Hy-Y, Q, 3, Rdllv COrnmittee, 3, Candy Committee, Drama Club Play, 9, Newtonian Repre- sentative, 3, Baseball, 1, Modern Dance, Q, Drama Workshop, 3, Archery, 3. CAROL DIANNE SMITH 74 Bowen St., Newton Center Smitty, Smithy Weeks, ll, Sargent, Rally Committee, Q, Drama Workshop, Q, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Basketball, 1, Q, 3, Field Hockey, 3, Soft- ball, Q, 3, Girls' Gym Demonstration, 1, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, Senior Play Publicity Com- mittee, 3. JANE C. SMITH 10 Blackstone Ter., Newton Janie, Red, Smity Bigelow, ll, Pre-Primary School Teach- ing, Tri-Hi-Y, 1, Q, 3, Social Room Hostess, 3, Outing Club, 3, Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Drama Workshop, 2, Christmas Vespers, 9, Modern Dance, 1 , Q, Girls' Gym Demon- stration, Softball, 1, Basketball, 1. RALPH B. SMITH, JR. 40 Washington Pk., Newtonville Day, ll, Boston University, Legislature, 2, Rifle Club, Q, Hunting and Fishing Cgl11F,33, Honor Roll, 3, lntramural Basket- a , . WILLIAM L. SMITH 51 High St., Newton Upper Falls Pinto, Junior, Buddy Weeks, IV D, Boston College, Michi- gan University. WILLIS SMITH Will Bigelow, I, Northeastern. 233 Church St., Newton , - ., .. ,p 47 MARJORIE RUTH SNELL Q4 Webster St., West Newton Marge, Margie Warren, IV A, Retoucher, Girls' Out- ing Club, 1, Newtonite Advertising Staff, 3, Archery, 3, Music Club, 3, Golf, 3. THOMAS L. SNOW, JR. 60 Pontiac Rd., Waban Warren, ll, Rhode Island School of De- sign, Usher, Q, Hunting and Fishing Club, Q, 3, Legislature, 3. JOHN SNOW 138 Waban Ave., Waban Warren, I, Wisconsin, Amherst, Hunt- ing and Fishing Club, Tennis Team, Q, lntramual Basketball, 1, Q, 3. 642.746 Z NORMA EMMA'SOLIMENE S29:l2adcliFilRd,,'Waban Weeks, l, Wellesley, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, Editor-in-Chief, Newtonian, Na- tional Honor Society, Q, 3, Secretary, 3, Girls' Leader Corps, 1, Q, 3, Newtonite News Editor, 9, Publications Board, Q, Home Room Manager, 1, Q, English Club, Q, 3, Treasurer, Q, Legislature, Q, Anti- Smoking Committee, 3, First Football Dance Publicity Chairman, 3, Literary Magazine Editorial Staff, Pupil Committee, 1, Q, Alpha Beta Club, Girls' Athletic Banquet Publicity Committee Chairman, Q, Banquet Hostess Committee, Q, Frederick Student Exchange, 3. JOHN SOUTHMAYD 19 Hampden Ter., Newton Center Jack Weeks, I, Cornell, Brown, Varsity Football, Q, 3, Track, Q, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee, Football Dance Committee, Hi-Y, Boys' Chorus, Anti-Sorority-Fra- ternity Committee, Intermediate Football 1, Orange Shield. FRANCIS ARTHUR SOUTHWICK 176 Waban Ave., Waban Fran, South, Wick Warren, I, Northeastern University, Band, 1, Q, 3, Motion Picture Squad, 3. ESTHER MARIE SPERA E 380 Boylston St., Newton Center st Weeks, IV, Work, Business School. CHARLES SPEROS Q14 Dedham St., Newton Highlands Ching-way, Chuck, Lover Weeks, IV, Boston University, Inter- mediate Football, Home Room Manager, 3. GUY SPEZZANO 89 Florence St., Newton Center Spitzy, Spaghetti Weeks, ll, Boston University, College of Music, Music Club, Home Room Manager. MARGARET ALICE SPILLER 110 Woodland Rd., Auburndale Mugsie, Mugs Weeks, I, Physical Therapy, Girls' Chorus, 1, Rally Committee Chairman, Q, Football Dance Committee, 3, Home Room Manager, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, Newtonian, Copy Editor, 3, National Honor Society, 3. I JOAN SPRINGTHORPE 458 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Day, IV, Office Work, Child Nurse, Outing Club, 1, 3,, Modern Dance, Q, HENRY STAFFORD 47 Windermere Rd., Auburndale Stretch, Hank Warren, I, Boston University, Aviation Club, 1, Junior Varsity Tennis Team, Q, 3, Hunting and Fishing Club, Q, Spanish Club, 3, International Club, 3, Glee Club, Q, 3, Spring Musical, Q. i S ?1:fff7 'T 1: -gs, 7 'ff im I 1 Iv . I if ' ' f I ,,,af.-,Mi 148 RICHARD STEPHENS 40 Upland Rd., Waban Dick Weeks, I, College, Junior Varsity Fontball, Intermediate Football, Neo- phytes, Drama Club, Q, 3, Treasurer, 3, Glee Club, Q, 3, Boys' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, Orange Shield, Q, Hi-Y, Q, 3, Legisla- ture, 1, 3. JUDITH STERN 51 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill Judy The Cambridge School, Weston, l, Boston University, Glee Club, 3, Inter- national Club, 3, Properties Committee, Senior Play, 3, Building l Office, 3, MARJ ORIE STERN 35 Bothleld Rd., Newton Center Margie Brookline High, I, Connecticut College For Women, Wheaton, English Club, Q, 3, Modern Dance Group, Q, Rally Committee, Q, 3, Music Club, Q, 3, Senior Play Candy Committee, 3, Neyvtonite Advertising EtaI?F,13,QBuilding I Office, 1, Q, 3, Honor o , , . BRUCE E. STEWART, JR. 17 Washington Ter., Newtonville Stewy . Henry W. Hall Junior High, Falmouth, I, Wesleyan University, Meteorology Club, 1 Q, 3, National Honor Society, QI,93,3OranSe Book Staff, Honor Roll, ROBERT C. STEWART 36 Walter St., Newton Center Bob Weeks, I, Brown, Wesleyan, Band, 1, Q, 3, Camera Club, 1, Q, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Meteorology Club, 3. VIRGINIA M. STEWART 86 Walnut St,, Natick Ginny Weeks, l, Massachusetts State, New Hampshire University, Girls' Chorus, 1, Glee Club, Q, A Cappella Choir, 3, Drama Club, Q, 3, Play, Q, Prop Committee, 3, Senior Play, Home Room Manager, Q, Modern Dance, Q, Newtonian, 3, New- tonite Advertising Stall, 1, Alpha Beta, 1, Lesislture, 3, Spring Musical, Q, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, Gym Demonstration, Q, Rally Committee, Q, Christmas Play, Q, Valentine Dance Committee, 3, National Honor Society, 3. WILLIAM STIERLI BIN 91 Lasell St., Auburndale l Warren, l, M,l.T, ROMEO A. STRUGLIA 11 Fordham Rd., West Newton Lover Day, ll, Harvard Law School. SUZANNE STUDLEY 15 Fox Lane, Oak Hill, Newton Center Sue, Suz, Suzie Weeks, ll, College, Bouve, Physical 'l'herapy,Tri-Hi-Y, Q, 3, Outing Club, Q, 3, Girls' Carnival, 1, Tennis, 3, Drama Workshop, 3, Camera Club, 1, Senior Play Candy Committee. PATRICK JOHN SULLIVAN 24 Garland Rd., Newton Center Sully, Jackie, Pat Sacred Heart High, lV, Agricultural School. RICHARD SULLIVAN 9 Wesley St., Newton Dick Day, l, Princeton, Intermediate Base- ball, Varsity Baseball, lntramural Basket- ball, Boys' Chorus, Legislature, Senior Play Usher, Drama Club Play Usher, 2. BONNIE JEAN SUMMERS 135 Gordon Rd., Waban Warren, ll, Endicott Junior College, New England Conservatory of Music, Orchestra, Football Dance, Rally Com- mittee, Music Club, 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, Q, 3i Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, I 4,2 ka if if 49 ERIC SWANFELDT Q14 Bellevue St., Newton Bi8ClOWf li Band, 1, Q, 3, Concert Band, 3, Indoor Track, 1, Q, 3, SYLVIA TAILBY 15 Bemuth Rd., Newton Highlands Syl, Silly Weeks, l, Wheelock, Girls' Chorus, Accompanist, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, Q, 3, Legislature, 1, Neophytes, 1, Music Club, 1, 9, 3, Secretary, 3, Drama Work- shop, Q, Drama Club, 3, Newtonian Representative, 3, Modern Dance, Q, Christmas Vespers, Q, 3, Orange Shield, 3, National Honor Society, 3. ANN TAMINOSIAN 9 Baldwin St., Newton Tammie St. Anne's, Arlington Heights, lll B, Music Club, Q, International Club, 3. ROBERT F. TARANTINO 1050 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Terra lll Weeks, IV D, Radio School, Business, Camera Club, 2, 3, Aviation Club, 2, Radio Club 3, ff-0 lm? f ' - , tw K-,SQ ETTE THIERRY 33 Bolton Rd., Newtonv George, Georgie Dimples Day, I, Bates, Colby, Alpha Beta Club, Camera Club, 9, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Girls' Chorus, 9, Legislature, 9, Spring Musical, Newtonian Data StaFF, Q, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3, French Club, 3. LAWRENCE B. THOLANDER 131 Warwick Rd,, West Newton Larry Somerville High, IV D, Work. WILLIAM THOMAS 650 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Center B'Il 'Winthrop High, ll. CAROL THOMASON 11 Hyde St., Newton Highlands Day, ll, Sullins Junior College: Girls' Chorus, 1, Music Club, 1, 9, 3, Neo- phytes, 1, Stage Workshop, Q, 3. ROSEMARY THRESHER 667 Chestnut St., Waban Penny WeekS, l, Colby, Oberlin, Orange Shield, 9, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, 2, 3, Music Club Q, 3, Drama Workshop, 3, Tennis, 3, Girls' Gym Demonstration, 1, Outing Club, 1, Senior Play Candy Com- mittee, 3. , ' IJ! NANCY TIBBOTT 27 Trinity Ter., Newton Center Nan, Tib Weeks, l, Mt. Holyoke, Wellesley, Orange Shield, 3, Legislature, 3, Execu- tive Committee, 3, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, English Club, Q, 3, Girls' Chorus, 1, Q, Football Dance Committee, 9, Rally Com- mittee, 1, 2, Tennis, 1, Q, Honor Roll, Q, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, 1, 9, 3, President, Q, Treasurer, 3, National Honor Society, 3. SANDRA TISHLER 361 Waban Ave., Waban Sandy Central High, Bridgeport, Conn,, I, Jackson College, Lesley College, Chemis- try Club, 3. PHYLLIS TOCCI PHI 4 Winthrop Ave., Newton Bigelow, lV, Secretarial Job, Hockey, Junior Varsity, Q, Varsity, 3, Basketball, Varsity, Q, Leader Corps, Q, 3. , im, S at Q 1 , 1 X ,4 'N i i , i . V7 A '73 44 77 f M 6 ELOISE TONG 14 Maple Pk., Newton Center Wezer ' Warren, l, Wooster College, Girls Gym Demonstration, 1, Modern Dance, 1, Badminton, 1, Alpha Beta, 1, Newtonite Business Stall, 3, Archery, 3, Music Club, 3, Social Room Hostess, 3, Office Assis- tant, 3. DIANE TOPPAN 34 Fairway Dr., West Newton Topsy, Di Day, l, Sargent, New Jersey C Ile or fl Women, Alpha Beta, 1, Outin , 9, French Club, Q, 3, Music Cl , 2 Barld ' 1, Q, 3, Christmas Vespe , ,B ball, Q, 3, Junior Var i oder ce, Q, 3, Workshop, l e 1, 2, ACappella Ch ' 3,H ,1,2,3, National Ho octet 3 MARY THERESA TRAMONTOZZI 11 Clinton St., Newton Trem Day, IV, Office Work. ROBERTA TRAUGER 9 Broad St., Potsdam, N. Y. Birdie Potsdam High Potsdam, New York, l, Cornell, Art Club, 3, Newtonian, 3, Football Dance Committee, 3, Senior Play Costume Committee, 3. M DANIEL TRITTER 90 Allen Ave., Waban Danny Weeks, l, Williams, Junior Varsity- Football, 1, Glee Club, 1 Q, 3, Boys' Chorus, 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club, 1, Neo- phytes, 1, Drama Club, Q, 3, Christmas Play, Q, Drama Club Play, Q, Senior Play, Spring Musical, 1, Q, Legislature, 2, Hi-Y, 3, Home Room Manager, Q, New- tonite, Q, Newtonian, 3, Literary Maga- zine, 3, Tusitala, Q 3, Secretary, 3, Hal- ff 'Q 1 Q, f f t , 1 , f I ,ffl ' ' X , ,C 50 lowe'en Dance Committee, Q, Junior Prom Committee, Q, Football Dance Com- mittee, 3, National Honor Society, 3. RICHARD TROOP 118 Langley Rd., Newton Center Dick Weeks, I, College, Junior Varsity Football, 1, Junior Varsity Hockey, 1, Home Room Manager, 1, lntramurali Basketball, 1, Q. EDWARD TULIS Ed, Ted 596 Center St., Newton 3i82lOWf li Harvard, Episcopal Theo- logical School, Literary Magazine, Q, 3, Newtonian, Circulation Editor, 3, Legis- lature, 3. DOROTHY MARY TYMAN 177 Concord St., Newton Lower Falls Dot, Dottie Warren, lV, Business College, Work. X i Zn? 9 , 1 i 4 4 ff ff 4 f ez 7 1 ,Ast gif? f , ,fel .A , wfaf r f . ' , ' " YM. W ,. , y ,f , X A .4 VV,V C, X, l fi, ,,,, ,MZ EDWARD W. TYMAN B 177 Concord St., Newton Lower Falls r df ,, . , Warren, lll A 4, Electrician. ,ff - f . . .L my lll 'C .,, f ' ,Q if ff' ffZ4'n ff, V f ,, , f 5' V,-,f,1,C7f29 2 e GUSTAVE UMBSEN ' , 992 Franklin St., Newton j ' Gus I Bigelow, l, P,G,, Bowdoin, Stage Crew, 'V f 9, 3, Glee Club, 1 ,Q, Boys' Chorus, 1, Q, f 'f 3, Spring Musical, 1, Q, Music Club, Q, 3. 'I . , ,, . A ZX' 4 A fl if wtf - -f if .... , fi PETER VACHON 151 Warren St., Newton Center Pete Vach Weeks, iii A, Cabinet, Building Busi- ness, Night School, Varsity l-loclcey, 1, 9, 3, Varsity Baseball, National Honor Society, 3. ALBERT VALLETTI 92 Melville Ave., Newtonville Junior Day, lV A, Marines. 151 JEAN LOUISE VALLETTI QQ Melville Ave., Newtonville Jeannie Day, lV, Work, Personality Club, Q, Sophomore Usher, Building ll Ollice. ANDERSON VAUGHAN 1548 Beacon St., Waban Andy, Drew, Droop Weelcs, l, University of Vermont. ROBERT A. VEDUCCIO 30 Riverdale Ave., Newton Bob, llab Day, ll, Coast Guard, ROBERT Q. VESPA 10 John St., Newton Center BARBARA ANNE VIDEON 109 Webster Plc., West Newton Barbie Lincoln Junior l-ligh, Medford, IV, Esso Standard Oil, Bentley's. JOSEPH VINCIULLO 56 Faxon St., Newton Day, lV, Work. BRUNO JESSE VISCO 4, 62 Washington St., Newton "M S Day, IV, Bentley's School of Account- X- ing and Finance, Newtonite Advertising g Stall, 1, Newtonite, Q, 3, Boys' Chorus, Q, W fs Glee Club, Q, Spring Musical Q, Legisla- Y " 'Q ture, Q, Orange Book, 3, Newtonian, 3. Q " . 3 A , ' ,mu i . X.,' ' Q " Q - - iw., I . se t. .I D. . ik, . X c.,, ,S ,H .- K NANCY LEE VISCOTT 38 Morseland Ave., Newton Center Nan, Red J. E. Burke High, ll, Framingham Teach- ters', Lesley College, French Club, 1, Q, Music Club, Q, 3, Drama Workshop, 3, Advertising Committee Senior Play, 3, Personality Club, 3. STEFAN VOGEL 31 Forest St., Newton Highlands Lucky Weeks, ll, Boston University, Motion Picture Squad, 1, Q, 3, Spring Musical Usher, 1, Neophytes, 1, Glee Club, 1, Q, Science Club, 9, Spring Musical, Q, Liter- ary Magazine, Q, Football Skits, 1, 9, Workshop in Leadership and Community Life, 3, National Honor Society, 3 VELIA VOLANTE 43 Faxon St, Nonantum Day, IV, Office Work, Junior College, Neophytes, 1, Commercial Club, 9, Girls' Chorus, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, National Honor Society, 3. MARY MADELINE VONER 293 Webster St., Auburndale Droopy Warren, IV, Secretary. MILDRED ELIZABETH WAITE 111 Glen Ave., Newton Center Weeks, 1, Mt. Holyoke, Newtonian Business Staff, Data Committee, 3, Adver- tising Stalf, 3, Newtonite, Advertising StaFl, 3, Circulation Staff, 3, Outing Club, 1, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Art Club, Q, Eng- lish Club, Q, 3, Executive Board, 3, Senior Play Costume Committee, 3, Spring Musi- cal, Q, Cast and Make-Up Committee, 9, Properties Committee, 3, Tennis, 1, Sopho- more Girls' Chorus, 1, Band, 9, Marching Band, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Rally Committee, 3, Athletic Banquet, Decoration Com- mittee, 3, Valentine Da ce, Entertainment Committee, 3, Senior om Decoration Committee, 3. , X XJ, 5, 12 . I - X ADV' is 1 x, i lx, X . 3 ' 1 3 t ff 1 fi ELINOR LOIS WALDSTEIN 64 Mandalay Rd., Newton Center Elie Weeks, ll, College, Camera Club, 1, Archery, 1, Girls' Choir, 1, Rally Com- mittee, Q, Music Club, Q, Ping-Pong, Q, Rifle Club, Q, Drama Club Workshop, Q, Outing Club, Q, Cavalry Club, 3, Per- sonality Club, 3, English Club, 3, Candy Committee, Senior PlaY, 3, Building I Office, 3. ARTHUR L. WALLACE 11 Raymond Pl., West Newton Strech Ill A, Newton Junior College, Legis- lature. CHESTER WALLACE 11 Raymond Pl., West Newton Chet Warren, IV, Newton Junior College, Orchestra, Q, 3, Boys' Chorus, Football Dance Committee, 3. JAMES E. WALLACE 505 Concord St., Framingham Scotty Wayland High, Ill A 4, Leaving for Alaska. JOANNE WALLACE 97 Champa St,, Newton UDDer Falls Joanie, Joan, Wally Weeks, IV, Aviation Training School, Chorus, 1, 3, Music Club, 3, Personality Club, 3. DOROTHY ANN WANSKER 195 MillSt N wt 'Il ., e onvi e Dot, Dottie Day, I, University of Vermont, Camera Club, 1, Glee Club 1, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, Ritle Club, Q, 3, C3ym Demonstration, 1, Treasurer, RiFIe Club, Q, 3, Spring Con- certs, Christmas Vespers. .IOHN H. R. WARD 52 Judkins St., Newtonville Johnny DaY, I, University of Massachusetts, Radio Club, 1, International Club, 3, Music Club, 3, Literary Magazine, Q, Orange Book Staff, Q, Senior Prom Com- mittee. GRACE WARDWELL 91 Parker St., Newton Center Gracie Weeks, ll, Sargent, Field Hockey, 1, Q, 3, Softball, 1, 9, 3, Outing Club, 2, Building l Olfice, 1, Q, 3, Orange Shield, 42, 3, Honor Roll, Q, 3. JAMES RODNEY WARNER 11 Pleasant St., West Newton Rod Warren, I, Purdue, Northeastern. CYNTHIA ANNE WATTS 230 Walnut St., Newtonville Cindy, Cyn Day, IV, Work. ELIZABETH WEBBER 748 Watertown St., Newtonville Betsy Day, I, Bates, Neophytes, 1, Alpha Beta, 1, Football Dance Committee, 9, 3, Music Club, 1, 2, 3, English Club, Q, Camera Club, Q, Tri-Hi, 2, 3, Legislature, 3, Chorus, 3, Honor Roll, 1, Q, Candy Committee, 3, French Club, 3. JEAN WEBBER 67 Oak Cliff Rd., Newtonville Jeannie Tenacre, I, Endicott Junior College, Sophomore Girls' Chorus, Home Room Manager, Q, Camera Club, Q, 3, Music Club, 2, 3. ERWIN A. WEBER H P Q1 Garden Rd. Newton nip web r i Bigelow' ll Rhode Island State- Varsity L 2 6 Intermediate Q Varsity, 3' Junior Varsity ,f Hockey,1 Intermediate Q-Varsity Club . . .ff , 3- Captain Junior Tennis Q, Boys' Chor el, , V MQ - Tennis, 1, Q, 3, Junior Varsity Football, 1, . I I I , fs , . . . if f 3 I f T ,e t 'ff ,QZQZX I Ln f' pr tt'-f'L I , .4 ,A FAITH A. WEDEN 33" QQ Central St., Auburndale ' Shorty 'T 'f'- f Warren, I, Wheaton College, Anti- . , Sorority-Fraternity Committee, 1, Foot- ball Dance Committee, 1, Q, Gym Demon- ' ,K stration, 1: Glee Club, 1, Q, Secretary, Q, . "if A Cappella Choir, Secretary, 3, Honor " Roll, Q, Girls' Leader Corps, 1, Q, 3, ' j ,, Girls' Chorus, 1, Neophytes, 1, Drama gy Workshop, Q, Newtonite Distribution, ' ' Q 3, Christmas Vespers, Q, 3, Orange Shield Captain, 3, Social Room Hostess, 3, i Spring Musical, Q, English Club, 3, Anti- Smoking Committee, 3, Harvest Dance ff " Committee, Q. HAROLD HARVEY WEISMAN Q0 Lorna Rd., Newton Center , . Lucky, Hal ,j Riverside Military Academy, I, Engineer- Q iff ing College, lndoor Track, 1, 9, Out- . n k door Track, 1, 2, Legislature, 3, Moving ' Picture Squad, 2, English Club, 3, New- ,, in tonite Staff, 1, Q. l if F f EARLE BURTON WEISS 140 Eastbourne Rd., Newton Center Boston English, ll, Business College, Aviation Club. PHILIP H. WELCH 37 Hinckley Rd., Waban Phil, Will Weeks, ll, King's Point, Northeastern. BARBARA NOEL WELLMAN 134 Motfat Rd., Waban Bub, Bubby Warren, l, College, Camera Club, 1, 2, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Band, 1, Q, 3, Chem- istry Club, 3, French Club, 2, 3, Secre- tary, . 374 -ai ROBERT T. WESTERMARK, JR. Q55 Jackson St., Newton Center Bob, Westy Weeks, l, Rifle Club, Q, 3, Football Manager, 1,Glee Club, 3, Boys' Chorus, 3. JUDITH A. WETHERBEE 17 Hope St., Auburndale Judy Warren, I, Jackson College, ' Alpha Beta, 1, Girls' hog, e Club, , Q, C , Cappella Chor 3, ry, , Drama Workshop, r mas Vcspers, 1, , 3, Spring o cert, 'l, L u er- a , . usi aVl'Q- o I all? DAVID L. WHITAKER 'IQ Chatham Rd., Newton Highlands Whit Weeks, ll, Boston University, Junior Varsity Football, 1. I I J , cARoi.vN wi-iimoizs 18 Sterling St., West Newton Double Warren, l, Middlebury, Carleton, Hockey, Junior Varsity, 1, Legislature, 1, Honor Roll, 'l, 9, 3, Glee lub, 1, 9, Music Club, 2, 3, A Cappella Chorus, 3, Newtonite, Q, 3, Orange Book Staff, Qi Orchesis, 3, Band Maiorette, Q, 3, New- tonian, Girls' Sports Editor, 3, Spring Musical, Q, Gym Demonstration, 1, Christ- mas Vespers, Q, 3, Zimbler Sinfonietta Committee, 3, Band Committee, Q, Na- tional Honor Society, Q, 3, Cheerleader, 2, Orange Shield, 3. RAYMA LOUISE WHITTEMORE 43 Otis St., Newtonville Ray, Raymo Day, ll, Colby Junior College, French Club, 1, Drama Club Properties, 'l, Tri-Hi, 1, 3: English Club, Q, Newtonite Business Staff, 2, Drama Club Ticket Committee, Q, Home Room Manager, 3, Drama Workshop, 3, Building ll Office, 9, 3. ROBERT WAYNE WHYNOT Q35 Webster St., West Newton Bob, Little Beak Warren, IV, Business, Work. RALPH CHESTER WIGHT, JR. 289 Mill St., Newtonville Chet, R.C. Warren, ll, University of Massachusetts, Football, 'l, Rifle Club, Q, Band, 'l, 2, Camera Club, SZ. ROBERT E. WILBER 9 Cannon St,, Newton Highlands Robbie, Wee Willie Weeks, Il, Prep School, College, Junior Varsity Track, 1, Varsity, 1, Q, 3,0rches- tra, 'l, Q, Hunting and Fishing Club, SZ, Rifle Club, 3, Boys' Chorus, 3. ERNEST N. WILDMAN 975 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Weeks, lll A. GORDON R. WILK p . 105 Ripley St., Newton Center uglizeiks, ll, Business, Score Board, Q, Rifle Club, Q, 3, Vice-President, 2, 3. JOANNA WILLIAMS 73 Parker St., Newton Center Weeks, l, New England Conservatory of Music, Radcliffe, English Club, 31 Orchestra A, 1, Q, 3, Band 'l, 2, Music Club, 1, Q, 3, Chairman Costume Com- mittee, Spring Musical Q, Copy Staff, Newtonian, 2, Tennis Varsity, 2, 3, Art Club, 1, 9, Glee Club, , A Cappella Choir, 3. , 4 I ROSE MARIE LAMS 618 Center St., Newton Terry Bigelow, IV B, Advertising, Newtonian Representative, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, Q, 3, Soft- ball, 1, Basketball, 1, Legislature Al- ternate, 3, National Honor Society, 3. ERNEST WILLIAMSON 63 South Gate Pk., West Newton Willy, Limey Wdffenf ll, College. DONALD J. WILSON 37 Williston Rd., Auburndale Don, Hotshot, lrish, Gov Warren, ll, College, Hockey, Football, Boys' Chorus, 1, Q, 3, JANET WILSON 37 Williston Rd., Auburndale Jan, Poko, Lil' 8-ball Warren, IV C, School, Work, Camera Club, 1, Tri-Hi, Girls' Chorus, 3. JOHN G. WOLBERT 1841 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Jack Warren, l, Lafayette, Yale, Medical School, Junior Varsity Football, Meteorology Club, 1, Q, 3, Dance Band, Q, 3, Motion Picture Squad, Q, Spanish Club, 3, Tennis, 3. ROBERT LEONARD WOODBERRY Q71 Woodward St., Waban Bob, Woody Weeks, l, Dartmouth, Legislature, 3, Newtonian Sports Editor, 3, Newtonite Advertising StaFF, 3, Orange Shield, Q, 3i Stage Crew, Q, 3, Co-Chairman, 3, Math Club, 3, Vice-President, 3, Chemistry Club, 3, President, 3, Word Trappers, 3, Junior Class Usher, Q, National Honor Society, 3. ARTHUR WRIGHT 80 Woodlawn St., Needham Butch Needham Junior High School, lll A, 4, Printer. JOSEPH JOHN WRIGHT 76 Crescent St , Auburnclale Warren, lll A, Cabinet, College, Foot- ball, 1, Q, 3, Track, lndoor and Outdoor, 1, Q, 3, Varsity Club, 1, Q, 3, Executive Committee, 3, Legislature, Q, 3, Trade School Baseball, 1, National Honor Soci- ety, 3. DAVID VERNON YOUNG 139 Rowe St., Auburndale Dave Warren, l, Worcester Polytechnic ln- stitute, Math Club, Q, 3, Chemistry Club, Q, 3, Music Club, 9, Band, 1, Q, 3, Li- brarian, 1, Q, 3, Concert Band, 1, 2, 3, Orchestra B, Q, Honor Roll, 1, Q, 3. DOMINICA ROBERT ZAMBUTO 9 Rogers St., Newton Dom Bigelow, lll A, Radio, Television Re- pairman. PAULINE A. ZOROLOW 93 Harding St., West Newton Dover Public High: ll, School of Nurs- ing, Girls' Chorus, 3. RICHARD S. AGNEW 62 Webster St., West Newton Aggie Warren, IV, Army Paratroopers, Orange Shield, 2. JOHN CHARLES BERTR AND 4 Washington Ter., Newtonville Bertie Day, IV, Work. JOE BIANCHI B2 Hawthorne St., Newton Turk, Spider Day, Ill B, Work in Store. HERBERT W. BOSWORTH, JR. 11 Regina Rd., Auburndale Shivy Warren, ll, Maritime School. CHARLES H. CASWELL 8 Auburn St., South Natick Chas Coolidge Junior High, lll A, Elec- trician. NOREEN COLLINS 5 Walnut Hill Rd., Newton Center St. Patrick's High, ll, Teachers' College, Future Teachers of America, 3. JAMES MCLEAN CURRIE, JR. 15 Jewett St., Newton ALDO D'AMICO 92 Putnam St., Watertown Rip, Mangie East Junior High, lll A, Auto, Work at Trade. ROBERT DEAGLE 20 Waban St., Newton Bigelow, IV A. DANA PETER DELOREY 48 Chesley Rd., Newton Center Al Capone Weeks, ll, Truck Driving. JOSEPH D'ERCOLE 58 Maplewood Ave., Newton Center Du rcole, Termite IV A, Business Man in Large Concern. ANNE MARIE DOBENS 60 Brookside Ave., Newtonville St, Bernard's, IV B, Work, Typist and Stenographer. JOHN FRANCIS DONAHUE 40 Russell St., West Newton Tody Warren, Ill A 3, Radio, Work, Radio Repair. JOHN J. DUFFY 44 Henshaw St., West Newton DuFf Warren, Ill A 4, Work at the Trade, Printing. ROBERT DYMSZA B b 26 Country Club Rd.,Newton Center o Weeks, II, College, Varsity Manager, 1, Anti-Smoking Committee, Camera Club,1. ELIZABETH ANN FISK 91 Newtonville Ave., Newton Betty Bigelow, IV, Business School, Work. CHARLES W. HAYS 244 Lexington St., Auburnclale Warren Warren, IV, Work, RICHARD M. HEBBARD 34 Carver Rd., Newton Highlands Dick Army, ll, Junior College, Business School. FRANCIS J. HIGGINS 239 Washington St, Newton EARLE R. HOPKINS 2117 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale I-Iooov Warren, Ill A 4, Printing Trade, Na- tional Honor Society, 3. FRED HORRIGAN 1302 Boylston St., Newton Upper Falls Hap Weeks, III A, Cabinet, Work at Trade. FRANKLIN M. HUNTER 19 Kahler Ave., Milton Frank Milton Junior High, lll A 4, Printing, Pressman on Newspaper, National Honor Society, 3. JOSEPH INFERRERA 42 Dartmouth St., Watertown Steve East Junior High, Watertown, III A 4, Auto Mechanic. RICHARD F. KAMP 158 Pallrey St., Watertown Dick St. Patrick's, Ill A, Print. GEORGE KARIBIAN 94 Spruce St., Watertown Krib East Junior High, Auto III A 4, Work- ing at the Trade. RAYMOND M. KNIGHT, JR. R 34 Charles St., Auburndale a Wlffayland Grammar, III A, Machine, Work, Night School. DAVID LAWRY 221 Auburn St., Auburndale Dave Warren, ll, Work, 156 PAUL LEONE 88 Chapel St., Nonantum Day, IV, Boston University. NORMAN KENNETH MacDONALD 53 Sheldon Rd., Newton Center Mac Weeks,ll, University of New Hamp- shire, RiFle Club, President, 2, 3, Hunting and Fishing Club, Vice-President, 2, 3, Intermediate Football, 1, Track, 1. PETER D. MACKAY 213 Waltham St., West Newton Mac, Thumper Day, III A, Print, Work, Navy. LAWRENCE FRANCIS MAHONEY 83 Gardner St., Newton Larry, Moe Bigelow, IV, Work, My Own Business. MERRILL MORTON MALONEY 23 Brook St., Newton Mort, Moe, Porky Bigelow, Ill A, Cabinet, Work at Trade, Become Meatcutter. JAMES F. McISAAC 147 Jackson Rd., Newton Mac, Jim Bigelow, Ill B, Work. ROBERT A. MENELLY 865 Boylston St., Newton Highlands Boln ' Warren, lll A, Printing, Work on a Boston Newspaper, Football. CHARLES A. MULLEN 23 Eden Ave., West Newton Moon Warren, ll, Aeronautical School, Rifle Club, 2, Hockey, 1, 2, Hunting and Fish- ing Club. 9. SYLVIA NEWELL 99 Bowdoin St., Newton Highlanhd Weeks, I, College, Art Club, 1, 2: Tennis, Music Club, 3, Personality Club, 2. WILLIAM ROSS RAMSAY Blu 750 Lexington St., Waltham 1 Waltham High, Ill A Electrical, Elec- trical Salesman. RUSSELL G. ROGERS 99 Main St., Cochituate Dink Wayland, Ill A 4, Work in Alaska. JOSEPHINE RUGGIERO 28 Middle St., Newton Jo, Ruggi Day, IV, 4, Work in Office,Tennis, 1. FRANCIS R. SAMPSON, JR. 102 Grassmere St., Newton Fran, Frank, Sam Waltham, IV, Work, JOHN WILLIAM SCHULZ, JR. 105 Cleveland St., West Newton Johnny, Long John, Shorty Warren, lll A, Northeastern, Basketball, 3, Legislature Alternate, 1, Q, FREDERICK E. SEARS, III 278 Waltham St., West Newton Fred 2 Day, l, Technical College, Radio Club, , 3. PHILIP F. SHAVE 17 Hamilton SL, Newton Lower Falls L. Hgaarren, lll B, Worlc,Baslcetball Usher, 9. WALTER SHERBROOKE, JR. 970 Beacon St., Newton Center Walt Weeks, I, MIT., Bowdoin, Photography Club. WILFRED GERARD SOLIMENE Q9 Radcliff Rd., Waban Will Huntington, Il, Boston University. RICHARD DWIGHT YARLOTT 62 Highland Ave., Newtonville Dick, Swy, Bones, Shorty Day, ll, Northeastern, Motion Picture Squad, Q. 157 ROBERT B. TURNER 36 Indiana Ter., Newton Upper Falls Bolo Weeks, lll A, Electrician. ANTHONY G. VECKERY Sli Fo M 15 Bridges Ave., Newtonville gay, lll A 4, Electrician, U. S. Air rce. ONTE YAFFE 14lWessex Rd., Newton Center Yaff Weelcs,y ll, College, Literary Magazine Autographs Tatrenize Uwe Qfileivertisers BARROHV WEST NEWTO N "Where you meet y0u1'f1fienc!s" BARRCNV 999 WATERTOWN STREET WEST NEWTON HUGO PONTIAC, INC. 714 BEACON STREET, NEWTON CENTRE 59, MASS. DEca!ur 2-4300 Sales and Service New and Used Cars aspinwall 7-T771 samuel cooper, Inc. stuolio of photography 'l6'l7 beacon street pergraphs live forever' brookline 46, mess. D. S. WOODBERRY CO. 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WEST NEWTCN CO-OPERATIVE BANK 1308 Washington Street Blgelow 4-0067 West Newton Compliments ol B. S. EDWARD CCDMPANY 5c to 31.00 Store SPECIALIZING IN SCHOOL SUPPLIES 1353-5 WASl-lllt-IGTGN STREET LAseIl 7-5990 WEST NEWTON 65, MASS. 163 K8.M MANUFACTURING co. FRANK KLEGMAN TOP COATS 515.00 PREP SUITS GABARDINE SLACKS 53.00 OVERCOATS 516.00 "OUR VALUES ARE THE TALK OF AMERICA" 107 SPRING STREET - - - WATERTOWN Open Evenings Until 9 P.M. WA 4-0330 Compliments ol Compliments of l JOHN T. BURNS CQ- Beacon Products Corp fgnswzance and , New England Advertising lnc 375 WA5l'llNGTQN STREET gplasiic juanufcrcfzcvev NEWTQNVILLEI MASS. if THOMAS M. DILLONI Manager NEWTQN l-llGl-TLANDS, MASS. Don't Go Baclcsliding Cn Your "Week-End" LEARN your slciing the "New l.oolc" way in five enjoyable "Sittings," at tl1e world's largest indoor slxi school. Call, write or phone BOB JOHNSON'S INDOOR SKI SCHOOL Q51 WASHINGTON STREET, NEWTON, MASS. LAseIl 7-8618 164 OLDSMOBILE GMC TRUCKS CADILLAC farce z SALES SERVICE Inc. 73est Trades and Prompt Deliveries Auto Repairs, 73ody Work amz' Painting 0 HEALER MOTORS lnc. 43 NORTH BEACON STREET WATERTOWN, MASS. Teleplxone WAtertoWn 4-BTOO Most modern sales ancl service Facilities at your disposal Best Wishes to Class of 1950! OLD SOUTH Plwoto Engraving Corp. 99 BEDFORD STREET BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 165 ARTS SURPLUS SSQ CENTRE STREET .,F',3g',J5Z,E,',3.'Z.TY NEWTON CQRNER, MASS. o BIgeIow 4-0400 S H O E S O for the Complete line of sporting goods ENTIRE FAMILY and specializing in all types of Q Ie I th F' I1' ' t wor c o es, is Ing equlpmen I-Asell 7-0003 and sporting goocIs. 767 BEACQN STREET, NEWTQN CENTRE Sunoco mzooucrs HUMPHREY'S SERVICE I 1126 BEACON STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS 61 CALL us FOR Road Service Pick Up 85 Delivery Service FRED I-IEALD, Manager LAseII 7-9503 NEWTGN SASH 8g DOOR CG., INC. 15 MAIN STREET, WALTHAM WAItham 5-4421-0 166 Congratulations. . . Class of 1950 if GARDEN CITY PRINT, INC. A. P. HARTSHORN 13 BOYD STREET, NEWTON, MASS. NEWTONVILLE OUTLET, INC. Quality Clothing - Excellent Value 763 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTQNVILLE, MASS. DEcatuT Q-0984 For HEALTH, FIGURE and RECREATION BOWL at the GARDEN CITY BOWLADROME I4 STREAMLINED ALLEY! 320 WASHINGTON STREET For reservations call Blgelow 4-4491 NEWTON CORNER, MASS. A. O SINOVAN, Oper 16 Be a Competent and Safe Driver .I CLEVELAND CIRCLE AUTO SCHOOL GEORGE BORNSTEIN, Director One of N. E.'s Oldest Established and Reputable Schools Courteous, Patient Instruction is Guaranteed 2003 BEACON STREET - BROOKLINE "Ask About Our Special Guarantee" ja fig, Q V" it s U!! Ei ' ,Mc I , Regular shift - fluid drive - hydra-matic NANTASKET and ONSET for Summer IN THE HEART OF THE NEWTONS ON BEACON STREET N E O N D S I BETWEEN NEWTON CENTRE AND WABAN n C NEAR ROUTE 128 film SMART CLOTHES SIMPSON HOUSE "' Ojem you Class or Campus Wear FOOD THAT IS FAMOUS SERVICE THAT ls SUPERB You are cordially invited to come in In an atmosphere oi candlelight and soft and browse around music: which malces dining a pleasant Relaxation Loolcing entails no obligation AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT LuNcHEoNs - DINNERS- COCKTAILS 853 Beam Sf- NEWTON CENTRE an 4-3356-REsERvATioNs LA 7-7400 HOME SPECIALTIES CO., INC. 335 WORCESTER TURNPIKE NEWTON CENTRE 59, MASSACHUSETTS Screens - Awnings - Wedding Canopies - Venetian Blinds - Shades - Storm Windows Electrical Appliances - Television - Weatherstrips JCDI-IN M. WALKER Telephone, Bigelow 4-3900 President and Treasurer 168 Woodland Dairy Incorporated WAtertoWn 4-3818 Compliments oi George Bracihury Sr. This lad his mowing used to shirk, But now his Toro does the work. Successor To ' ' I , I MENS MARKET vewffmfmffm Newton's Headquarters for Mem ' PUHIUW ' PM SEEDS FERTILIZERS TooLS Vegetables - Fruit BULBS SPRINKLERS MOWERS ciEl'Pl'3'fllillgfOl' Lawn and Garde LASZII 7-3094 LASQH 7-3095 CO. FREE DELIVERY AT ANY TIME ' 9 A St ,Nmrfon s Seed K, Carden orc' 1121 Washillgtxmll Street V1-st Newton 65, Blass. BI. 4-7900 band NEWTEoRSo:EES'Z:1'HY YEARS cv T L N P u noN PHARMA BIGELOW . 0 E ' - 1 nl ,, Q' 422 CENTRE st- NEWTON 2100 169 THE HOME WEEKLY OF THE NEWTONS Wewto illager Subscription by Mail 53.00 year Cn Newstands 7C copy ii . - Xi New mg ui Xieisiiis ES FOR UNDER emo WARDROB KST XGCKS Of on X I S Suits Sporkcofiflicioiiv koi me Prefs. coats - ' 'sihooi siudem bOdKGEgiinQ ' and High im? m and "' S ior comfort' XO? Qood XOOXQSX KENNEDY'S UNDERGRAD SHOPS f BOSTON PROVIDENCE . . WORCESTER X SPRINGFIELD . HARTFORD . BROCKTON Qy' kgs 4 Y :JE-' :'5'Hsff,, i . -- 2-yr 112 dx. 'Elin .gggizff ' "-3 111 E"Lf1er:1r:f-'. wh- i- -.I ,W 1 qgltvw X Fast?-Q' Q7 'ig 05 2'-:H " xg:-.--'f.. L. i f i Compliments of THE ELLIOT W. KEYES PHARMACY supplies 161' every need TAYLOR BLOCK AUBURNDALE, MASS, 170 CQMPLIMENTS OF M. sg M. TRANSPORTATION co. 250 MYSTIC AVENUE, SOMERVILLE, MASS. Bonded Carrier Refrigerated Service J. H. CI1ancIIer 8: Son K' G' MAGNUSON INCORPORATED Qworisl HARDWARE FLOWERS for ALL OCCASIONS ' LANDSCAPE SERVICE O TeIepI1one Blgelow 4-4000 QOQO Commonwealth Avenue 796 BEACON STREET AuI3umdaIe, Massachusetts NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. LA 7949506 'I71 CONGRATULATIONS to ffze Members gf :Ile Graduafbgg Claw from H. P. Hoocl 8: Sons HOOD'S MILK ls Sold Exclusively at Your Cafeteria reenfielc! is Spovts Qqppar-el ana! QCEIIC Qualify Qguieafms 40 GLEN AVENUE NEWTON CENTRE HUDSON DRUG STORE Q65 WASHINGTON STREET AT NEWTON CORNER Mr. Samuel Gersin Bigelow 4-830 0 TOM'S .lenney Super Service Station WILLOW AT CENTER STREET LAseII 7-9412 O COMPLETE LUBRICATION TIRE and BATTERY SERVICE LASELL JUNIOR COLLEGE CFounded 18515 AUBURNDALE 66, MASSACHUSETTS Located Ten Miles from Boston in the City of Newton. 34-Acre Campus in Suburban Residential Area. Fully Accredited. Associate in Arts and Associate in Science Degrees Granted. Individual Student Counseling Service. Resident Enrollment Limited to 400. Non-Resident Enrollment Limited to 150. Liberal Arts Transfer and Terminal Courses: Liberal Arts Secretarial Pre-Professional Curricula Dramatics Medical Secretarial Laboratory Training Music Retailing General Curriculum Art CDraWing and Design Advertising Design Interior Design. Fashion and Art Appreciationj Lecture and Concert Series. Extra-Curricular Activities: Outing Club - Dramatics A- Choir - Glee Club - Language Clubs. Publications - Modern Dance Club 4 College Government Association. Recreation Program: Soccer 4 Hockey - Swimming - Archery - Tennis - Riding ! Golf. Crew - Softball - Basketball - Badminton f Volley-Ball 4 Modern Dance - Winter Sports. For Catalog and Application Blank Write to DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS LASELL JUNIOR COLLEGE, AUBURNDALE 66, MASS. WALTER J. MQINNIS I-I. POTTER TRAINER ELDREDGE - MCINNIS Inc. NAVAL ARCHITECTS and YACHT BROKERS 131 STATE STREET, BOSTON, MASS. POWER BURNER SALES AND SERVICE DU BOIS OIL COMPANY COMPLETE HEATING sERvicE TEL., DEcatur 2-1334 904 WATERTOWN STREET, WEST NEWTON, MASS. 173 ECHO BRIDGE PHARMACY The Rexall Store 1064 CHESTNUT STREET NEWTON UPPER FALLS, MASS. GEORGE C. COLARULLO - Reg. Pharm. Ph LA II 7 9468-9469 ELEANOR DI CICCO Ph BI9 I 4 5392 qhllage .ggeauiy Salon speclfmzlmo IN WELLA PERMANENTS 289 ELLIOT STREET NEWTON UPPER FALLS, MASS. WEST NEWTON MOTOR MART, Inc. fpengoto - .qbfymouih "Where there is always a home products show" TELEVISION, APPLIANCES, HARDWARE, Etc. SpeciaI allowances in ehfect for Newton I-Iigh AIumni Class '50 for three months following graduation COLEMAN SUPPLY COMPANY Established in 1894 400 CENTRE STREET NEWTON CORNER BRANCH 'I74 MOODY STATIONERY CO. Typewriters - School Supplies WAIlham 5-3806 377 MOODY STREET, WALTHAM AUBURNDALE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 482 GROVE STREET NEWTON LOWER FALLS, MASS. Excavating - Bulldozer Work - Road Construction Phone: DEcatur Q 0843 .qliggs glowed Shop Member I'IorisI Telegraph DeIivery CORSAGES and DECORATIONS WEDDING BOUOUETS 2098 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE Eilg I 41271 AUBLIRNDALE CHESTNUT HILL GARAGE COMMONWEALTH AVENUE, NEWTON Opposite Boston CoIIege T I ph e Blg I 4-5411 Open Un!iI 1 A.M 'I75 Newton comer Flank! FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS DELIVERY SERVICE "Wher1 you my it with jiowers, my it with OURSH TELEPHONE LA 7-6961 374 CENTRE STREET r CompIiments of WALTER MOORE CLASS OF 1907 O MOORE AND MOORE, INC. 361 CENTRE STREET, NEWTON HAHN DRUG STORE, INC. CARL H. ALVORD, Reg. Pharmacist IO5 UNION STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Phone Blgelow 4-0760 Four Reliable Pharmacists at Your Service BARNETT FABRIC STORES INC. Fabrics of Distinction WOOLENS - RAYONS - COTTONS - CORDUROYS CompIeIe Sewing Notions at Our Button Bar MCCALLS and VOGUE PATTERNS S260 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTON CORNER, MASS. I.AseII 7-4587 176 WASHING GULF TIRES AND BATTERIES WAXING MURRAY'S GULF SERVICE GULFLEX REGISTERED LUBRICATION WASHINGTON AND PUTNAM STREETS T Iephone LAseII 7-9793 WEST NEWTON, MASS HIGHLAND PHARMACY 999 BOYLSTON STREET NEWTON I-IIGHLANDS C LA II 7 Q4OO Congratulations Graduates, and best wishes for your future The REGENT SHOPS 322 WaInul Street, NewIonviIIe hF0l'6'lIIO-Sf in Junior Fil-VIIIIOIIS " BEAST WISHE6' to the CLASS gFtkQjO THB QDUJ2 Gowns make Shoppe 177 mentw Couples only, 1 Refine .E w-1 Ch ca E 'Sw ou ...:"5 +-'cn I- he merchants and business men whose support has made the 7950 Newtonian Yearboolc possible deserve our patronage. Use the Newtonian as a guide to their names and their products, STEPHEN MANDELL, Editor. INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS Art,s Surplus ........................ Auburndale Construction Company Barnett Fabric Stores lnc, ............. . Barron's ............., ..... Beacon Products Corp. . . . Beecher l-lobbs ......... Bradbury Sr., George. . .. Brown Studio, Allred .... Burns, John T. Co. .... . Chandler, J. l-l. 84 Son. . Chestnut l-lill Garage ......,.. Clapper Co ................... Cleveland Circle Auto School ..... ... Coleman Supply Company ....,. Collins, lnc., C. S. .... ... Cooper, lnc. Samuel ,... Deerloot Farms ....... Driben .......,....... Du Bois Gil Company .... Echo Bridge Pharmacy .... Edward, B. S. Company .... Eldredge-Mclnnis lnc. .... Fuller and Son l.umber Co. .. Garden City Bowladrome . .. Garden City Print, lnc. . Greenlields ......... l-lahn Drug Store, lnc. . l-lealer Motors lnc. .... Highland Pharmacy ........ l-lome Specialties Co., lnc. .. l-lood, l-l. P. 84 Sons ..,. l-lubbard Drug Co. ... l-ludson Drug Store . Page 'loo T75 T76 T59 T64 T62 T69 T62 T64 T7'l T75 T69 T68 T74 T69 T60 T6T 'loo T73 'l74 'l63 T73 T61 T67 T67 T72 T76 'I65 T77 T68 T72 T69 T79 9 l-lugo pontiac, lnc, ....... . l-lumphrey's Service .......... Johnsons, lndoor Sl4i School .... Kennedy's . ................ K 84 M Manufacturing Co. .. Keyes Pharmacy, Elliot W. . .. l.asell Junior College. .. Magnuson, K. G. ....... . M 84 M Transportation Co. .. Moody Stationery Co. ... Moore and Moore, lnc. . . Murray's Gull Service ...... Newton Co-operative Bank , ,. Newton Corner Elorist ..,.... Newton Sash 84 Door Co., lnc. .. Newton Villager ............ Newton's lnc. ............ .. Newtonville Outlet, lnc. .....,.... ... Qld South Photo Engraving Corp. . Ray and Eddies Gull Service ...... ... Regent Shops, The ... Riggs Flower Shop .... Simpson l-louse, The ..,......... Tom's Jenney Super Service Station Totem Pole Ballroom ........... Village Beauty Salon . .. ...... Ware, G. R., Jeweler .......,.... ... West Newton Co-operative Banl4 ....... West Newton Motor Mart, lnc. . . . . . Woodberry, D. S. Co. ...... . Woodland Dairy ............ Ye Qld Towne Bal4e Shoppe .... 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