Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)

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L .X xx: 1 'u .l 1956 NEwroNlAN ,, ,,,..f E, 2 i Q V Q ,,,,.,-,---lv mgummmwuwuyqT1,TQ3Tmmm1QWu1Qnmnu gy NEWTON HIGH SCHO0L NEWTONVILLE, MASSACHUSETTS P1 I ,, .ff -4-'J an-eva-an.2ZAnl.L7 ."l' 1 l l l l 5 i i 5 x l r l 2 V ' i , I is lf is our desire to capture in The 1956 Newlonion the symphony of sounds and memories which have mode our years of Newton High School clear ones. These seemingly incmimofe notes and symbols will forever ring out with that resonance and sweetness of the post fo recall those un- forgettable years. yi W rf wi :,i:.'jagA:'i fx'-"vw ' i',:i ' - :H- ', ' .g ift ' s DEDICATION To Music - the ioys it affords through its richness, the laughter and tears it evokes by its symbolism, the sensitivity it inspires by its beauty -- we dedicate the 1956 Newtonian. Polly Goldman is-qi. 5 "Cya-X " 133231 1. '5'?i'Z'3f gt 451- " 'U' 9 1956 NEWTONIAN STAFF Judy Freeman ...... . Editor-in-chief Peter Winograd . . Steve Doctoroff . . Mr. Frank Lambert . LITERARY STAFF Dorothy Swanton, Editor Brenda Bruce Robert Gorn Douglas Holdridge Richard Minear Joan Scipione Nancy Southmayd CIRCULATION STAFF Lewis Epstein, Editor Susan Bloom Michael Fleisher Virginia Milott Sally Wallace David Kanter Business Manager . Assistant Editor-in-chief Advisor Jane Lewis 6 Judy Freeman COPY STAFF Polly Goldman, Editor Linda Kahn Lorraine Kavanaugh Judy Linn Gail Lubets Margery Myers Natalie Rosengard Anita Smith PHOTO STAFF David Kanter, Editor David Horvitz Mike Frieze Harry Lubell FEATURES STAFF Steve Seltzer, Editor George Geller Richard Sudhalter Steve Seltzer " " 2 ' f' 'V' J A- wfwiex. , ' ' , f fid , , ,,,, ici ' . 1 " - I ' ' 5 . I Brenda Gordon I I I I I I Peter Winogrc, I I 1 I 3 ADVERTISING STAFF l Brenda Gordon, Editor l Susan Abrams Steve Allen Susan Bloomberg Jerry Bodner Naomi Brisk T Lorraine Gayzagian Judy Glaser Carol Goldberg Deborah Green Sandra Kaplan l Jackie Lamiet Christina Leary Ann Maslow Carol Scott Ann Silva Gerry Swirsky Mike Teitelman l Il Ellen Wattendorf Diane Zophin , l l DATA STAFF Cynthia Stober, Editor l Susan Breitzke Alberta Grossman Joan Hussey Jane Willey l li l ART AND LAYOUT STAFF Jane Lewis, Editor Arnold Jacobson Mr. Lambert JCIFIS Pellll' Adyfsgf Marjorie Quint Jetta Smith Robert Troie Steve Doctoroff 1 l 1 :arothy Swanton Cynthia Stober - L Mrs. Johnston Circulation Advisor 1 . J. Mr. Robison Art Advisor X ':s,,v '.5,,.,.-vi I l y Mr. Nye English Advisor sid I at ADMINISTRATION Dr. Leo Barry Principal Mr. George A. Neilson, Jr. Administrative Assistant Miss Katherine Curtis Assistant Principal Miss Margaret South Senior Class Advisor 8 .Jn-W3-tr ...am 4... -.. .lk ', .lJe...,p, .I-, Jr...-fp ,flat-., ll l ART DEPARTMENT Mr. Schultz, Mr. Robison LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT First Row: Miss McGuire, Miss White, Miss Burdon, Miss Wren, Miss Baroudiian. Second Row: Miss Titcomb, Mr. Packard, Miss Jewett, Mr. Davis, Miss Maverick, Mr. Little, Miss Ashley, Mr. Ethier, Miss Neufeld. 'I 'E I 'Q h K if 1 ,ii .'J ..i HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Mrs. Robinson, Miss Turner, Mrs. Powell. 9 FACULTY " 'i'f'f'9?' TRADE SCHOOL FACULTY First Row: Mr. DiPoli, Mr. Brouillette, Mr. Carter, Mr. Boulter Mr. Penta, Mr. Johnstone, Mr. Houle. Second Row: Mr. Hole, Mr. Densmore, Mr. Brawn, Mr. Hingston, Mr. Penta, Mr. Burnside Third Row: Mr. Batt, Mr. Reppucci, Mr. Murray, Mr. White, Mr. Drury, Mr. Toscano, Mr. Switzer, Mr. Cionti. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Miss Twiss, Mr. Poock, Mrs. Johnson, Mr. Mitchell, Miss Hood, Mr. Steinhope iDept. Headl, Miss Altieri, Mr. Avritch, Mrs. Resnick, Mr. White, Mrs. Huss, Mr. Gradone. i c E 3 r 1 I C 1, -L.. xl , - , I, 2 GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT First Row: Miss Curtis, Miss South, Miss Finnerty, Miss l Day, Miss Twiss, Miss Burdon. Second Row: Mr. I Birmingham, Mr. McLeod, Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Burkhart, Mrs. Huss. , l I E i i I I 2 E 2 i l I 3 , SCIENCE DEPARTMENT :Q First Row: Miss Drewes, Miss Richmond, Miss Sullivan, Mrs. Snow, Dr. Navez, Miss Kennedy. Second Row "I Mr. Goldman, Mr. Somerville, Mr. Hawkes, Mr il Malone, Mr Hall, Mr. Silluzio, Miss Stone. ill 2 ' BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT y Mr. Smith, Mr. Sanborn, Mr. Winkler, Mr. Poskitt. i I I 1 c C 1 u. I I. I. i Q I i , ENGLISH DEPARTMENT First Row: Mr. Boyle, Mr. Cutting, Miss Leathers, Mr. Rinker, Miss Rideout, Mrs. Weins, Miss Lee. Second Row: Miss Ryan, Miss Axelrod, Miss Smith, Miss Lanigan, Mrs. Huss, Mrs. Lee, Miss Sanguinetti, Mrs. Goldstein, Miss Creedon. Third Row: Mr. Harrer, Mr. Lambert, Mr. Nye, Mr. Geist, Mr. Heys, Mr. Bissex, Mr. Peck, Mr. Harris, Mr. Spink, Mr. Merritt. 4? Mr. Edward Weist DRIVERS' EDUCATION if M' 3 K 'Q ft -1- QA3? EY'- X . '-we-wipes A . ,A YA., , . gf. 1 1 1 fl sfsfffx " . f- .- ,'12!.,,J'iv"'T?.f.g' , .475 ,,syi',?Q.g ,ff A fs...-Qsf.-5: - Mr. Carl Swan MECHANICAL DRAWING 8 Mr. Charles Chase INDUSTRIAL ARTS is MATH EMATI CS DEPARTMENT First Row: Mrs. Keeney, Miss Bates, Mr. Ferguson, Mrs. Allen, Miss Brackett. Second Row: Mr. Silva, Mr. Taylor, Mr. Peterson, Mr. Walters, Mr. Knapman, Miss Stone, Mr. Bailey. 11 MUSIC DEPARTMENT Mr. Lasker, Mr. March, Mr. Remley, Mr. Ippolito, Mr Merritt. M3 SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT First Row: Mr. Paige, Dr. Peltier, Miss South, Mr Koughcm. Second Row: Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Sherman Mr. Gallagher, Mr. Loring, Mr. Karpis, Mr. Barteau Mr. Foster, Mr. Boyd. Not pictured: Mr. Harris, Mr Anderson. GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Mrs. Archer, Miss Mede, Miss Hall, Miss Cheeney. CLUBS 1 1 I ? S 4 1 VY: FIA'F13i' 'Q' Y 1 ,wif 4 'zifffgg I '11 ' ' T, AVIATION CLUB The Aviation Club offered actual flying experience for its members this year. Hours spent in the air, as well as less sensational hours on ordinary terra firma, were a great source of enioyment for all the boys. President .......... .............. John Atkins Vice-President .... ..... T homas McDermott Secretary ...... ..... R obert Locatelli Treasurer ..... .......... D onald Nolan Adviser ..... ...... M r. Daniel Willard First Row: Hallas, Nolen, Atkins, Locatelli, Blacher. Second Row: Turner, Rosenberg Weyler, McDermott, Ellis, Shea, Harrington, Mr Willard. --s and ll 3 , . mlm ,fl wad? , V . .,.. x X jg 'SH' First Row: Albert, Shulman, Ransom, Brockert, Wile, Glaser, Sherman, Wolf, Simone, O'Donnell, Robinson, Kimball, Rayna. Second Row: Miss Ryan, Abend, Beresen, Farnham, Rust, Warshauer, Gesmer, Winetsky, Langille, Ahearn, Bibbo, Rotman, Galner, Gould, Baker, Sade, Bluestein, Schwartzman, Crowell, Hanauer, Becker, Morningstar, Brisk. Third Row: Levine, Gravallese, Sherman, Brown, Teich, Kaplan, Steinmetz, Rosengard, Horovitz, Benson, Yesley, Stetson, Gorney, Sorkin, Shrier, Smith, HoFienberg, Ellis, Derr, Bailey. Fourth Row: Sachar, Feinzig, Kaplan, Freedman, Kurson, Jerome, Wilbert, Leye, Blossom, Klein, Glaser, Bassen, Bond, Frieze, Rosengard, Rak, Bruce, Ziegal, Balos, Davis, Fink. Fifth Row: Deming, Smith, Lakin, Herman, Paris, lngall, Springei, Shwartz, Dangel, Smith, Anthony, Troie, DRAMA CLUB This year, for the first time, the Drama Club has been opened to members of all classes. The group enioyed many Marsh, Davidson, Sade, Sherman, Zottu, Silverman, Cohen. interesting activities, including its annual Theatre Party. Responsible for the staging, directing, and costuming of "Amahl and the Night Visitors," the Drama Club helped bring to Newtonians the true and beautiful spirit of Christmas. President ................................................ Kenneth Sherman Vice-President ....... ........., J udy Glaser Secretary ........ ....... J ulian Wolf Treasurer ............................ ............. S usan Wolf Sophomore Representatives ..... ...... K athleen O'Donnell Judith Simone .......Miss Helen M. Ryan Adviser ...... f First Row: Rothstein, MacLaughlin, Freshman, Feinberg, Kaplan, Shaftman, Seymour. Second Row: Miss Bates Sclplone Schwartz Langille, Reed, Bass, Learoyd, Mclntyre, Crowley, Kaufman, Brisk. Third Row: Bresnick, Quint, Posner, Hume Albert Welnfield Shapiro Shulman, Cohen, Ingham. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Newton High School's bid to help relieve the teacher shortage is the Future Teachers of America Club. Its members, who plan to make teaching a career, visit elementary schools as well as teachers' colleges to study methods of education. Their programs include lectures by educational leaders, and moving pictures concerning various phases of the teaching profession. President ......... ' ......................................... ....... S ally Feinberg Vice-President .... ...... S andra Freshman Secretary .......... ....... S andra Kaplan Treasurer ...... ....... N ancy ShaFfman Adviser .... ...... M iss Beatrice Bates .....Y- -- Y. LA-.. - . . Y-.--2. A- - ,- - --- First Row: Satterfield, Chartier, Lindquist, Wood, Wildes, Chisholm, Morrison. Second Row: McEldowney, Miller Chesebro MacDonald Cook, Lerner, Levin, Wheeler, Smith, Mr. Bailey. HUNTING AND FISHING CLUB Even though the Hunting and Fishing Club didn't go on regular outdoor expeditions, they did learn about safe hunting, fire fighting, stream control, and wildlife conservation. Some of the club's activities this year included a movie on conservation, a talk on deer hunting, and a fly tying and casting demonstration. As a climax, these enthusiastic outdoorsmen went on a fishing trip, where they applied their newly-gained knowledge. President ......................................................................... ...... R obert Wood Vice-President ....... ...... D ouglas Wildes Secretary ........... ........ R obert Chisholm Treasurer ...... .......... C harles Lindquist Adviser ..... ........ M r. Abner H. Bailey ff 1 LATIN owe "Venerunt, viderunt, vicerunt." This year has certainly been an eventful one for the Latin Club. The highlight was in . I' May, when the Newton High Latin Club was host to the Massachusetts branch of the 52 Junior Classical League for their annual meeting. Latin is called a dead language, but the Latin Club members find it interesting and intriguing. I President .................................................................... ....... S tephen DoctoroFf 1 Vice-President .... ....... M arie Giordano Secretary .............. ............... L ois Bass Treasurer ................. ............ G eorge Geller Program Chairman ...... ..........,. J uldith McAuIiFfe Adviser ................. ........ M iss Elizabeth .lewett First Row: Vanni, Hyde, Geller, Giordano, DoctoroFf, Bass, Milender, Heatzig, O'Donnell. Second Row: Cornez, Mayer, McAuliHe, Chook, Stacey, Ellis, Rogers, Freedman, Waldman, Sadow, Aarons, Dorfman, Kaden. Third Row: Williams, Goldberg, Wheeler, Baker, Ahearn, Katz, Leshefsky, White, Short, Abrams, Ruane, Monforte, Ricen, Rothstein. Fourth Row: Hogan, Giordano, Griswold, Gordon, Williams, Tenenbaum, Rosenberg, Funkenstein, Nigro, Cobb. FLW' V l l ,. .......-.." "AA,.'.....,.,..' " ""' "'-:, -"2."m-In "W: -A-def" -'-- f""'m LJ' '-'wil-Ill!! iffif- Ill , A -M ' 'li' V ' I V V V - - . V . ,U , , Y LLL . A L .,. t .-, . , ..v ..,-,., , U--- , ,s-,...,.,-,..,-.,-..-4-.....L....s.4. N -W iw H3 ,W fr 'I ff 'Haw Qin First Row Rousseau, Beeuwkes, Brzozowski Hayden, Perkins, Noonan, Green. Second Row: Lane, Walsh, Moore, Cann, Hicks, Levine, Townsend RADIO CLUB CQ-CQ-CQ! Newton's hammy set enioyed themselves greatly this year by transmitting and receiving, and by visiting radio and television stations. Once a week, a code class was held for members desiring to become amateur radio operators, and on Sundays there was a Radio Net at 8 P.M. on the Ten Meter Board. Some of the licensed members are these: WnlFWO, WIABN, WlBFM, and WnlGUS. The club call is WISCW. President ....................................... ........ C harles Hayden, WlYTL Vice-President ......... ....... R obert Brzozowski, WIBFI Secretary-Treasurer .... ..... S amuel Tishler, WlDAA Adviser ................. ..... M r. Orrin Brawn, WlQME KD!! 1' wi :rw 'C' QF' L 'Tv First Row: Fessenden, Fried, Frank, Hablow, Schell, Schneider, Herman, Robart Reardon Second Row Miss Sullivan Sacks Metcalf, Gilbert, Secunda, Boyle, Yafte, Loew, Yorks, Isaacs. Third Row: Warsowe, Barrabee Hodess Armet Rosebury Brown, Trilling Warsowe, Schwartz, Gardner. Fourth Row: Derow, Schell, Elkins, Bolton, Koplow, Simpson, Cook Wolk Winston SCIENCE CLUB No atoms were split nor new vaccines discovered, nevertheless, the Science Club had a very successful year. Some of their activities included a movie on rheumatic fever, a talk on electronics, a trip to M.l.T. to see the electron microscope, and a science fair project entitled "Physics in the Human Body." Q President ......... ........ L ouis Schell Vice-President .......... Kenny Hablow Secretary ........ ....... G eorge Schneider Treasurer .............. Steven Herman Adviser ..... Mr. Floyd E. Somerville 1, ARTCLUB Eighty-two steps up in Building I, the artistically inclined Newtonians may give free rein to their creative genius. The proiects of this group are greatly varied, including such activities as block-printing, sketching, oil- painting, and ceramics. Art Club members are always willing to be of service to the school, and lend their talents generously for poster making and set decoration. President ........... ...... M ariorie Quint Vice-President ...... ........... S elma Bass Secretary .......... ............... R uth Evans Treasurer ..... ........ T oby Hoffenberg Adviser ..... ...... M r. Lloyd F. Schultz First Row: Wallace, Evans, Quint, Hoftenberg, Dahl, Smith. Second Row: Mr. Schultz, Lapido, Stout, Gallagher, Walsh, Myers, Fox. Third Row: Feldman, Gordon, Dephoure, Reardon, Beresen. CAMERA CLUB When the first manned rocket ship lands on the moon, there should be a graduate of Newton High's Camera Club on the spot, ready with his equipment to take the first close-up pictures of the lunar terrain. Per- haps the club does not now present demon- strations on how best to operate a camera while in a bulky space suit, however, it does turn out some pretty good terrestrial photographers. By listening to speakers, watching demonstrations, and participating in contests, members of this organization learn the complete process of taking, devel- oping, and printing pictures. President ..... ...... D avid Shrier Treasurer ..... ................. D avid Horvitz Adviser ..... ....... M r. Warren J. Loring First Row: Richards, Shapiro, Horvitz, Shrier Argue Hurwitz Second Row Mr Loring, Matoian Kanter, Doctorott, Rosenberg, Shaevel, Weinstat, Feldman, Hogan ,sql F "x, 11 - X- I I n i N First Row: Brockert, Du Mais, Simone, McKellar, Goodman, Malkin, Ransom, Lambert, Paterson. Second Row: Mr. Sherman, Brooks, Rosen- berg, Sher, Spinelli, Gilman, Golub, Heatzig, Anderson, Getter, Gleim, Hutchings, Minnis, Ziegel. Third Row: Fair, Johnston, Kent, Gould, Krasner, Hart, Hoeh, Salzer, Hart, Perlmutter, Hanauer, Freeman, Bailey. 'us' I l ,425 23.9315 ' .1 .M -y,,. 4. j 1 f,.g:-:-er g,g..f:u I ejtfii-42f2:'?'41'Jf!-'Il-75: 112:-'31-"-c-e"4M-hfaigm l' l --'-4-H-c..2,e,,g.4r-."1qP4-:-a ,-+s-e- ---ro-.-:' --'P-: 4:-pr e-rr l .- 2114:-tifM-.g-9-e5'4r's-.fir-v'-rf.- -.4-, I ,wh .-s 4.'.':5"5Q"D'2,'l. 4-:larynx I I l -'raa:-t-2-vfrbw:-'fr-+1-:ff-Qws.-rss I , 'l F ..Q3?'3z.':'fs2gn?g:3::gj42gEZg:gi52f.f:s,g2231 N ..1:f,o.,.2:. ,5?ob:q..j:.:Q Q9 45. Z zg. 5 4029 :iii ig. I l 'l l ..:::f'+iH?a1:5aiH26421:23-Sflw95521525-3:12235 l B I f .pg-'-'Of 4'. o .'.0,,oL Ji' -- x,4P-?-?'."15-'- 9? si 1 1 , T32-M ,,-2-4,-1g.'.:.s'J -.4-.-.'.-91. -c':,.,'4. . .-1-44,ga. ---B J E,n.e.e-94-4g-42-,,.,.. I I 'Jin , -was-fe-:,:4:i'f3a I I I l I Fl "'.2o""5'4fi-'r'4 R Tifktfgfgffgf-eifl 1 'M-2--0' F -9-.-9 :.0,' . 4 er! 'Q ' y P I :1f,fQI'4'gSf-22: l l I '55237'?543f . .gg ' 0 I I 'T4 HW l fffjiff-1 ,safely I CAVALRY CLUB 1.4 "Over hill, over dale . . ." There goes the Newton High School Cavalry Club! This year, as in others, these merry equestrians made the Blue Hills Paddocks their base of operations for many enioyable hours of horse-back riding. President .... .. ....... Arthur Goodman Secretary ...... Susan McKellar I H Treasurer ......... Cynthia Malkin F Adviser .... ...... M r. John Sherman I i l I -'ff Us-'X-,,f CHEMISTRY CLUB Amidst a maze of test tubes, bunsen burners, and reagent bottles, the members of the Chemistry Club delved into the secrets of atoms and molecules. Some of the topics investi- gated this year were properties of acids, electrolysis, and electroplating. Since the members were selected on a competitive basis, it is not surprising that every meeting was an exciting one. President ........... ...... ..... ...... . . . ....... Tom Brewer Vice-President ...... ......... S teven Cohen Secretary ........... ........ P olly Goldman Treasurer ...... ........ G eorge Geller Adviser ..... ..... M r. John C. Hall pu v . l xXXAAAAAAmm. - QAQQQQ VVVVYXAAM ,XAAQAQQ ,wvwxxxxxfl dV',,Xrrceeewwwvwr , .. .fvvv A Vvvveif Been, l First Row: Rogers, Geller, Cohen, Brewer, Goldman, Milender. Second Row: Mr. Hall, Sacks, Quinn, Wolk, Williams, Seltzer, Brockington, Beal, Lebow. l -i l i I li 1. il H l ,T il l i 4 l if l, I li "LFS lhfrsqwl i First Row: Neumann, Roffman, O'Donnell, Samuels, Rosenberg, Chesebro, Chesebro, Secunda, Levin. 'li xx. :K- Q 5 ' 7" nj! Af, w ' I DEBATING SOCIETY "Resolved that Red China should be admitted to the United Nations." This was lust one of the many exciting topics discussed in this year's meetings of the Debating Society. Such experience enabled club members to organize their thoughts, to speak well, and lwe hopel to win arguments. President ............ ........ M ichael Teitelman Vice-President ..... ........ H arris Funkenstein Secretary ..... . ........... ........... J ohn Pergola Treasurer ...... ..................... S teve Richmond Advisers ....... .... . ..Mr. Holmes and Mr. Silluzio Richmond, Funkenstein, Teitelman, Pergola, Rothstein, Carr, Burke. Second Row: Rosenberg McKnight, Wulff, Hurwitz, Resnick, Roach. Third Row: Richards, McEIdowney, Krasner, Griswold First Row: Kaplan, Cutler, Steinmetz, Denham, Hyde, Francis. Second Row: Case, Kaplan, Kingsbury, Richmond, Levi. Third Row: Smith, Rosenberg, Rotenberg, Rosen- berg, Barthelmes. r - I l 1 I 'ls I II I .lu ' 1 l v 1 I i E JUNIOR RED CRGSS COUNCIL The council started the season by launching a very successful enrollment drive and by sending funds overseas and to the Community Chest. During the year the group sent a Thanksgiving Book to the Peabody Home, sang at the Swedish Home in Newton, and brought cheer to patients at the New England Medical Center. Plans are being made to form a permanent chorus that will sing regularly at various places in Newton. The council members should be proud of the services rendered this year. President .............. ........ S hirley Denham 1 Vice-President ...... .......... J udith Hyde l Secretary ........... ...... ................... M erle Steinmetz ? Treasurer ..... ........................................... D avid Schell yu E Advisers ....... ................. ......... ...... M r s . Elizabeth Lee, Miss Mary Lanigan l i i l'li lr l L' ll 2-,il S it gf-W f lm? i I 26 3 S I l Lie - OUTING CLUB Girls . . . lf you like sports and a good time, the Outing Club is the club for you. This year the club went for a cook-out to the Blue Hills, where many tried their skill as horsewomen. The highlight of the year, however, was the annual weekend trip to Peterborough, New Hampshire, for winter sports of all varieties. President .......... ......... A ltreda Farina Vice-President ..... ....... M argaret Kerivan Secretary .......... ,.......... L ois Marchant Treasurer ..... ........... B arbara Athy Adviser ..... ...... M iss Beverly Mede First Row: DeMichele, Hallet, Athy, Keriven, Farina, Marchant, Simone, Bilezikian, DuMais, Albert, Feldman. Second Row: Tedeschi, Pucion, Oteri, Scipione, Natsis, Mann, Leone, Sade, Kane, Giordano, Feeley, Cogan, Miller, Arber. Third Row: Gurevich, DiBenedetto, Forbes, Zottu, Wallace, Voner, Burgess, Kinsel, Shaughnessy, Goldrick, Macnair, Kaplan, Warshaw, Walsh, Carroll. Fourth Row: Miss Mede, Mason, Mayzer, Spillane, Finn, Lynch, Holdridge, Gilmartin, Demeriian, Hyde, Vanni, Ruane, Montorte, D'Agostino, Rowe. Fifth Row: Munroe, Wax, Hockridge, Haywood, Moie, Benson, Mosher, Perlis, Stout, Walsh, Smith, Clark, Swanson, Varley, O'DonneII, Grise. Sixth Row: Butterfield, Waters, Clifton, Thurston, Foley, Fields, Holmes, Broad, Anderson, Storer, Tevekelian, Pelczar, Gilman, Livingston, 141 , , W, First Row. Mason, McBride, Pierce. Second Row: Cohen, Yaffe, Jacobson, Secunda, Markir, Cosentino, Rust, Sacks. Third Row: Grammont Hegnauer, Loew, Hoeh, Guagenty, Redland, Cohen, MacDonald, Mr. Ethier. Fourth Row: Sulkin, Schell, Robins, Purinton, Gorney Beeuwkes, Miller, Simpson. Fifth Row: Satterfield, Pettit, Barrette, Flanagan, Murphy, Richmond, Jenks. RIFLE CLUB Hark! Shouts are coming from the Armory. "Bull's Eye!" "Really.?" "Yeah, but in the wrong target!" Must be the wrong armory because the Rifle Club, with its marvelous instruction in safe marksmanship, was in fine form this year. Besides weekly practice, there were matches with other schools, and the team showed itself to great advan- tage. The annual picnic ended the club season with a bang l President ......... ...... A rthur Redland Vice-President ..... ....... M ichael Sulkin Secretary ......... ....... D avid Hoeh Treasurer .... ........... P eter Guagenty Adviser .... ....... M r. Raymond Ethier 28 - f W- - -A , ' " uit JA .-,..., ,V 4-.-....,..-A --...-.. ..-,.. Y..--,,..4-' ... . A A M., ,-...-k,... ..,..,.... M, A ,... ,-,, , -,. , , METEOROLOGY CLUB Did you ever wonder, "Will the moon tonight be clear and bright?" Well, all you had to do was look at the Meteorology Club's forecast posted faithfully every day. Besides performing this vital function, the Newton High School weathermen heard several interesting lectures this year, one being an informative talk on hurricanes by Mr. Oscar Tenenbaum, the chief forecaster at Logan International Airport. President .................................................................. ...... R ichard Gale Vice-President .... .......... D ick Herman Secretary ................. ....... L arry Sherman Treasurer ................... ...... D anny Ginsburg Recording Secretary ......... ........... D avid Schell Curator of Instruments ..... ............ C linton Shaw Adviser ......................... ..... D r. Albert E. Navez First Row: Alperin, Sherman, Herman, Gale, Schell, Ginsburg, Shaw. Second Row Grossman Shapiro Goren Sandler Hurley Carr Cohen, Ryder, MacDonald, Shrier. 'Q' V7 1,7 l s E KH TSE? a . PD, AGPA S543 K?Q9Q1 K9Q?Q9 iQbQfQ5Q K?Q?Q?Qi K?Q?QbQ?2 KEQQQQQQQL K?Q5QbQbQ? 4EQ?QbQbQ5Q QQEQDQEQDQEQ. 49Q?Q3Q?Q?Q5 Q?QbQ2QbQ5Q?a Q9Q5Q9QbQbQbQ, gN?Q?QbQbQ?Q?Q9 ,4?Q9Q9Q9Q?6?Q? 4?Q9Q9Q?Q?QbQ5 GQQQQEQEQEQEQ? K9QEQQQ?Q?Q?Q? lQbQ?QvQbQbQbQ? ?QbQbQ?QbQbQbQ? ?bQ9Q9Q9G9Q9Q9 -- Z4 . Q . .I . ' .. .' ' i. - '. ' .- '. - .' .- . . .- ' .- . . 0 . la ' ,- . . , u. .. U '.. , ' -n f. . . 's - .s , . - . l s -', ' QL ' Q9 Q59 QAQL 4543 QEQEQ A ww W A sv A V7 A wr xv UA P' V7 5A .' X27 xA .A A1761 , A Q -1:11- Q11 :. fl! ' ll 11. -4. 'an - Fifi? , "-' """"ftfA' 5 ig. a.1l4im.e1MA:nA1',cnnnvnovoar a.vmvq.vo11monnm1owAnavav """" """T'ATf'T'Y'ff'f5"fT'f QTYYVYY YYYT' -' 7 '4' 'TA-' 'T' "' 7' P' -' . vmvowfA.vevmm.1,4.vA-v4.UAw4v QYYTYYVYTYYYYT7 YVN A' Vi? .W -+-ww-mv-fafrefzg vwffyvwvvvwvfv. Aw-Auf . , 'l'mvusv.uvn.v4.vf-.m1vu.vr! W : ' 'f' 4AA6JMAAEMNAQQmFMWU'N'Nj' X' 43 4515 fi VYTVXH ALPHA GAMMA TAU lf anyone asks you to play the game of "Nim", you can be sure that he is a member of the Math Club. But you had better refuse since he knows a secret mathematical formula that will win every time. Besides learning many lively mathematical games, the club members heard a talk by Professor Ransom of Tufts College on divisible numbers, learned how mathematics is applied in the field of art, and climaxed the year with an enioyable picnic. President .............. ....... M ichael Frieze Vice-President ...... .............. B arry Sacks Secretary ........... ................. M ary Ayres Treasurer ..... ........ S herman Grossman Adviser ..... ........ M rs. Frances L. Allen Q i First Row: Andler, Balos, Myers, Sacks, Grossman, Frieze, Ayres, Wile, Shapiro, Licker, Cutler. Second Row: Mr. Ferguson, Asher, Lebow Miller, Prince, Nesson, Andler, Gordon, Chook, Pearl, DerHohnnesian, Mrs. Allen. Third Row: Weiner, Russo, Levi, Forman, Warsowe Bernheimer, Falkson, Schneider, Cohen, Gorn, Doctoroff. Fourth Row: Jacobson, Funkenstein, Seltzer, Nason, Arcand, Munroe, Stclm Moody, Goldstein, Lookner, Mosher, Bachner, Kanter. A fl G vi, 'H U9 r rv inn' First Row: Michelson, Morrison, Oncley, Lewis, Beeuwkes, Quinn, Southmayd, Glaser, Flowers, Albert, O'Donnell. Second Row: Mr. Peck Bass, Sherman, Shulman, Sher, Marcus, Klein, O'Donnell, Linn, Gordon, Cleveland, Rosenwald, Wax, Shapiro, Freedman, Jacobs, Shrier Sigel, Quint. Third Row: Schwartz, Oven, Bialsky, Levowich, Markey, Themo, Pass, Stanley, Burman, Hotfenberg, Wattendort, Wallace Freeman, Small, Evans, Goldstein, Rothstein. Fourth Row: Harting, Levin, MacCadlen, Alperin, Resnick, MacDonald, Sudhalter, Geller Epstein, Valtz, Pearlstein, Samuels, WulFf, Gordon, Gilman, Warsowe, Bolan. ENGLISH CLUB Maybe they are watching the filmed version of one of Shakespeare's plays, or perhaps they are listening to the words of some guest speaker, or they may be making plans to attend the performance ot a Greek drama or to increase the sales of "A Young Citizen's History of Newton", but whatever it is, the members of the English Club are sure to be enioying themselves. These students really like English, and their interest is constantly nourished through participation in the club's activities. President ........... .......... D onald Quinn Vice-President .... ..... R eineer Beeuwkes Secretary ...... ..... N ancy Southmayd Treasurer ...... ................ J oan Lewis Adviser ...... ........ M r. Leonard Peck .5- ' 1- T. . M il fl? it iillilull 3 First Row: Frieze, Shulman, Yesley, Hyde, Bond, Hobbs, Shafiman, Epstein, Weizel, Lomasney, Sandberg. Second Row: Miss Titcomb Ahearn, White, Milender, Seligsberger, Proctor, Bloomberg, Leary, Goldberg, Gorman, Galner, Kaplan, Baker. Third Row: Petery, McPhail Feldman, Bluestein, Posner, Tempesta, Kudisch, Shuman, Dinner, Hurwitz, Lilenfield, Brisk, Narefs. Fourth Row: Chasnoff, Sallet, Jaffe Pearlstein, Madow, Meyerholt, Fox, Neiman, Armet, Chester, Scully, Shapiro, Cohen. FRENCH CLUB Aimez-vous parler francais un tout petit peu? Oui? Bon! Then you were iust the right person to be a member of the French Club, for this club spoke only French. The activities included the Christmas party, films, and discussions, and everyone agreed it was une annee magnifique! President .......... ....... M argaret Hobbs Vice-President ..... ....... N ancy Shaffman Secretary ...... ................... J udy Bond Treasurer .... ................ M ariorie Epstein Adviser .... ....... M iss Eleanor Titcomb N - ., j x Ti 1011.5 , , K s E if INTERNATIONAL CLUB The statesmen and diplomats of tomorrow commonly congregate in a group known as the International Club. These world-minded citizens get together once a month to hold discussions on global problems, to watch slides or films on life in distant lands, and to listen to lectures by persons who have lived in other countries. Through activities such as these, International Club members gain a rather unique insight into the great issues of today. President ....................... ....... M artin Greenblatt Vice-President ..... .......... R oberta Ingham Secretary ......... ...... H ildegarde Langille Treasurer ............ ........... M ariorie Quint Editor of Voice ...... ...... ,..... A n ne Halstead Adviser ............... ...... M r. Melvin Karpas First Row: Cutler, Kashian, Ingham, Greenblatt, Quint, Langille, Hoftenberg. Second Row: Mr. Karpas, Tessler, White, Arnold, Bass, Marcus, Case, Dephoure, Talberth, Goldstein. Third Row: Wulfl, Burtte, Simpson, Gordon, DiBenedetto, Tenenbaum, Salow. -gg, .::, I 3 'ix J P17 'Q' '27 QA A "' 'HIS sd C P 1 ft :rift-' P 'Ii 41-JM A W .-ii-'N'-N f"i.L . ilk. W, s 0.933 , I iw:- J:4:v4' fy, 4515-55 First Row: Vietor, Weinfield, Sutcliffe, Giordano, Chacran, MacKenzie, Haney, Douglas, Callander, Reagan, Amadei. Second Row: Mr. Davis, Foley, Santilano, Verdoni, Mclntyre, Panasuk, Green, Salvini, Short, Feinberg, Freshman, Ruiz. Third Row: Gayza- gian, Swartz, Wheeler, Rowlings, Huss, EFfenson, Rosenberg, Harlan, Greenblatt, Willis. TUSITALA Tusitala is a select group of students who have shown their interest and abil- ity in creative writing by submitting original manuscripts to a board of iudges. The club's purpose is the devel- opment of literary talent, and many of these would-be Shakespeares receive recognition in their annual publication, Potluck. President ......... .......... S usan Abrams Vice-President .......... Edward Dephoure Secretary ...... ............ R ayna Mesharer Adviser ...... ....... M r. T. Jerome Cutting 34 SPANISH CLUB Habla Vd. espanol? If your answer is si, it is probable that you were a part of the Spanish Club this year. While attain- ing greater fluency in their adopted tongue, the members of this club had time to visit the language laboratory of Regis College, see Spanish movies at Wellesley College, watch a Spanish Ballet, hear various speakers, and have a Christmas party and picnic. President ...... ...... M argaret MacKenzie Secretary ..... .............. J une Chacran Treasurer ............ ....... F red Giordano Activity Chairmen ............ James Haney Barbara Sutcliffe Adviser ..... ....... M r. Franklin Davis First Row: Tucker, Maslow, Meshorer, Abrams, Dephoure, Huberman. Second Row: Mr. , , , , , . ., H, ., . . .- , , .-. ., . .,-...,......, ...,-.....Q......4.......4.....-,..,..-- .,,g,-.--..4........---L..1,,....n....s..,. .. V I , l l MUSIC CLUB At the monthly meetings of the Music Club, membership 600 students, the members not only have a chance to perform at student concerts, but are also fortunate enough to have many artists of national and international fame as their guests. This club brings much pleasure to music lovers, and it also offers a scholarship to a worthy and talented member of the senior class who plans to maior in some field of music. President ................. ........ L awrence Lipson Vice-President ............ ...... R ochelle Clifton Recording Secretary ............ ............................. C arol Downing Corresponding Secretaries ...... ...... M arie Giordano, Carol Douglas Dorothy Swanton Treasurer ........ .................................... S usan Stone Co-ordinators ....... ......... W illiam Hibbard, June Chacran Adviser ........... ......................... M r. Henry Lasker ,gh ! D I l X - ls M it wx i s , i P 4 U Q x , ll I ll - - 1 I 'E H.. .xii ci Kg 'Q is le is le -4 4 4 -4 -6 k F F52 3 if fs i D Q., rl l i . i 1. Ififv gl? .1 lqpfu I J 'Y i gpm, C' f First Row: Zimmerman, Levin, Jacobson, Gochberg, Dephoure, Vogel. Second Row: Mr. Bissex, Weiner, Forman, Mosher, Brauninger, Davidson, Levi. CHESS CLUB i Every week or two, knights, bishops, and queens engage in mortal combat as the top ten members il of Newton High's Chess Club meet the onslaughts of a force from some foreign school. Such inter- ' school competition comprises the principal activity of this newly-formed group, but club members also play games among themselves, constantly vying for position on the ladder or rank list which they keep. At last, the ancient game of chess has come to Newton High School. President .................................................. , .................................................. ...... A rnold Jacobson Vice-President .... ......... T om Gochberg Adviser ......... ..... M r. Henry S. Bissex ag lu09"9' Jr- ,.,.........,....L4--..- ,i. .-,,.L,,-.,...,, .l ,.....-..-...A --........,,. . .l..,.. ... . . . ,- H--. ., . ..- , , .. .-s.,1.. ...- ,, . V, -,..,...-, ., . , , 1-Ziff f 'C A 14 ful SPORT Z'- i 4 4 4 4 4 4 m 4 4 4 Q Q 6 E 4 C C C 4 C 4 i RALLY COMMITTEE Firsf Row: Bourne, Kohn, Dow, Hobbs. Second Row: Dooley, Toher, Borrs. 4:5 ee ,o e A 4 l .- WVWWVW, Fragile, do not drop. and it's ct beautiful day for the bollgome! QQ L. G AW 'I , , ,4 , W- M.. if ,O--,., Q Q Almost Hold thot, tiger! Wir Mixed Emotions. Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered l Love o Parade. ptr' : LMS' w-. X K nv? 5 Q s x Ill ' wfvff':v:'Y'f' , ,M W, 9" 4,2- W? 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The Newton High football team, led by Captain Ed Yobaccio, finished the season with an even record, 4 wins and 4 losses. Despite the inevitable rainy Saturdays the crowds were large, and the games were exciting. In the Thanksgiving Day game Brookline eked out a close 2l-l9 victory over the hard-fighting Tigers. Other high- lights of the season's play were the Arlington and Medford games. Captain .................................................................................................... Ed Yobaccio Coach Inu.. ...... M r. Harold M. Hawkes r ll"'T .l, P! s 5 ! yr ix ' - I 5,3 JR. VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY First Row: Fields, Elkins, Giordano, Chase, Holmes, Blossom. Second Row: Miss Hall, Smith, Demergian, Schenk, Hampe, Langille, Miss Archer. Third Row: Thurston, Finard, Van Keuren, Wile, Ransom, Finard, Derr. FIELD HOCKEY ln the icy stillness of the late fall afternoon, a sharp crack followed by a whoop of laughter is heard. Investigation reveals that the field behind Building Ill is filled with girls carrying hockey sticks, running back and forth, and smashing goals with skill and good fellowship. The girls participating in the afternoon program of field hockey not only enjoy the sport, but also learn valuable lessons in good sportsmanship and team co-operation. Xin-- in 422 A 45? Ky A 413 67 K7 YT? A A A A! YSL 4151 415 4251 4? -,-5-., W ',f",.. W wrrmrmvwrmrfw 1-r" LIKE f " XXXAXXIXXXXX 9",n VVVVV VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY First Row: Mrs. Archer, Macnair, Farina, Shaughnessy, LaTona, Crowell. Second Row Miss Hall, Burgess, Marchant, Rak, Elliott, Kimball. ,,.ng,'flMgw, XIXIX xv, .-.- . .- -1-91" vs-'A-",g,,y4.. ' A A .-:5:..-:3...-:5.,.- 'wi "-'19-I' rt- .-AAA WWW' g44w -T.LI?""'5"'f: ' 'cz' AAAAA +'5wv2f,.x:1-ft!!-'PQ' 4X Aw rw'iI'7Z'31'Tf3L?-I 5 YV elif , QM? 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"'4,,w-fkfw-K f QQQQQQQQQAAAQAMAAXX I gig., gig., .g1g., .5:f:, .3:j., gg., .3:f., gf., gf., gf.. .3:f:. .-:5:. .a5:. .-:5. , .-13.. .-:3., .-gl., I -:izi - -:2:1.- -511.4 -:IE-, -gif-, 423 494 415 43 425 425 43 415 415 Vyfvfvfgjfxifvvvvvvvvvwwww I 4?f4?s4.?s!M.VMxz.A.zfsA4xz.xAAA AX A AA I U M A -A MAJ H mn-.-,LAM g 4 I , Y, v g l sift GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row Scrnbner Athy Shaughnessy Farma Sade Haywood Thurston Second Row Mlss Hall Mlss Mede DerHohanneslan Galvin Elliott Burgess Wallace Morrlll Third Row Spuler Howard Parnes Grlmm Marchant Absent Giordano Natsls R GIRLS BASKETBALL Not ln green bloomer sults but ln elegant tumcs we discover the gurls of the basketball team Apparently possessing unlrmlted enthusiasm energy and fanr play these femmune Bob Cousys had a happy and successful season CLASS BASKETBALL TEAMS Bluestem Gllmartln Second Row Miss Mede Miss Hall VanSteenberger Tevekellan Fealds Cavanaugh Moreau Wax Morrnll Thrrd Row Knmball Brockert Wnle Boyle Epstenn Webb W I First Row: Peltczar, Demeriian, Holmes, Moir, Bachman, Willis, Wallace, Martin O XXQNSZXR V First Row: Gordon, Grogan, Crosby, Butterworth, Dooley, Keyes, Fitzgerald, Guzzi, Seltzer. Second Row: Mr Brown, Cioppa, Hughes, O'Laughlin, Wilson, Craig, Callanan, Leonard, Boardman, Katz, Mr. Hall. ,.,f1-""3Pl"t--.w -v-L ""v-5-n., ir' fmt' "'rH4i'n,,,- HOCKEY The Hockey Team this year was a surprising success. After losing their first two games, the Hall-men came back with five straight victories to clinch second place in the G. B. l. League. ln the playoffs the team placed fourth with ten points. The icemen can certainly look with pride on their i955 season. The play of All-stars Ken Keyes, Brian Dooley, and Pete Fitzgerald was especially outstanding. Co-Captains ........................................ Ken Keyes, Gerry Butterworth Coach ......... ....................... M r. John C. Hall BASKETBALL Although the hoopsters got of to a fine start by winning their first three league games, frequent iniuries harried the team for the remainder of the season. The sportsmanship and spirit of the team was exemplified by captain Russ Halloran who scored 41 points in one game. With many varsity letter- men returning, the future looks bright. Captain ...................... .................... ............. R u ss Halloran Coach ........... ........ Mr. Edward Poskitt 2 C15 Hal yllfgl, Ulfo A6 'fl II3 ,M 5..n1" sewn' v VARSITY BASKETBALL A First Row Guzzi Bourne Whitmore Halloran . Walker McBride Hackel York Second Row M 1-r21't"."' Smith Calvert Vento Louis Beggs Kenney Martin 1ai' ar ' 1 1 A MQ?:1f'- nr i AQMi?A amy 1 2 ,,5q,WTfjf , 5 QLWT0 XXWTIW MT04 - Wa ga 5 , ,Q A:,: f QW T04' xxgwrat ' - giw ME' 4f WN I, zs eww NXVWW 4 xwn ' y iw? Q 5 Xwnui gg U, N XEWTM L ,Iii A X55 , X gl" .fs Af -W 0' M my f 01 md' A QOK ,wi 5. 50 A 6 Q ,, Q Aff . i 'A AV, v ' - 1' ,Vf ,P . v - , ' Q ... , ' ' 5 Q agen ,ga nga. gm m Tg: E QSM UN w:.wrf W 47 'A W ' 1 : ' NE 'V vi 1 . , A an . fxwfd- In I W . . ,fr V X , -X 1 W I .,-L 2 H I: Q W E 'YJ51Pva.gr . VV iw: A A A if :,., 1 iwiff' 1' ,yt t ' f it x-Q52 ': . I ' ' ,W , f A QW , F. wi VV FK M "i'1.2iv 4 . -- 4 ' . n , 3' . X V - 1 I First Row: Schneider, O'Neil, Menard, Argue, English, Kindred, Farrugia, Berger, Olton, Yobaccio, Havey, Morrison, Head, Mr. Gallagher. Second Row: Winston, Curtis, McCarthy, Huberman, Chesebro, Stewart, Sullivan, Gilvar, Gorn, Deming, King, Nelson, Bograd, Mr. Geist. Third Row: Brent, Armet, Vincola, Morrell, Gores, Burke, Cushing, Healy, Rust, Trilling, Young, Stout, Warren. Fourth Row: Zolli, Ryder, Kattwinkel, Cohen, Vanderweil, Peabody, Prince. OUTDOOR TRACK 43 fi-2. As usual, Newton's outdoor track team gave an admirable performance in every meet. Led by Co-captains Roger Kindred and Brad Gottschalk the state cinder champs displayed their great depth and balance. At the outset of the season Co-captain Gottschalk remarked, "We ought to win everything," and how right he was! Co-captains .............. ........................................... R oger Kindred, Brad Gottschalk Coach ........... ........................ M r. Lamoine Boyle l llgllllliiiii!..,,, First Row: Guagenty, Hoeh, Redland, Simpson, Grammont. Second Row: Sulkin, Robins, Flanagan, Cohen, Mr. Ethier. RIFLE TEAM Pull the trigger and - bull's eye! This sounds easy, and it is, but only for Newton High's sharpshooting rifle team. This year Newton won two-thirds of its matches to finish third in the Middlesex Rifle League. Boosted by top individual scorer, Shaun Flanagan, New- ton again placed third in the B. U. Invita- tional Tournament from a field of nine. Just don't point those guns my way! 49 xg!! N 3 TEQJ ww- ,A ,,,A N , ' ,Ng -M7 tuwiggl 41' 1 ,cf is - xc ,M L if x ., r y., 'I lv: ' wi t Wt new .W ts Q 4 W. ,, 1 3 'Wa ACA 'ni Sig wav 'U' C lg.-n gl ilullms L rr ,ff- First Row: Chamberlain, Bergman, Beggs, Halloran, Lawn, Johnson, Guzzi. Second Row: Mr. Ferguson, McCree, Keyes, Martin, Hackel, DelGizzi, Collentro, Connerney, Mr. Hawkes. Third Row: Seeley, O'Laughlin, Walker, Whitmore, Craig, Kirby, Leonard. BASEBALL The defending State Champions opened the baseball season with pitchers hurling snowballs for conditioning, and the team exercising in the clean fresh air of the drill shed. Despite early season game postponements, seniors Russ Halloran, Bill Walker, Howie Whitmore, iuniors Al Martin, Johnny Beggs, and sophomore Ronnie O'Laughlin all contributed to the team's success. With three star players returning, next year should be as successful as this one - weather permitting! t 50 ,V -f gl aw" . N , , if f J ",,gvf4. if-Q.f..,.i I . xp- 4, ' " I Q4 .if JA .win ' I ' 2 ' 1 any A, ' 4? 4' f 4' f 'V ." YW X713-"f'. " W 3 " ' gv fg' Qfip. V , - f J: I 4' L. , 1 ,,1,yf,fg.-4 , -ii f jfa W, ,.,,vm,p,.., f Q- -, . 1. ,W Wf, 75 -flaw w , ulfha . - V, ji 'fn'-" N, Q., , I ,, ,i M fs 1,9 1 A'24,,,'. if ,M -Wf'g,.',4 gf", - ,- m , , P fn A N, V 1 :,.4,A,v'fv.f.1' x . .WPA '- , J- 141.3 f "W" , , ,N .,, -- Qi ' Q Q 'x ,Z ,ff Nu 1 . R I K ff , First Row: Salow, Kivlehan, Quinn, Moody, Epstein. Second Row: Sacks, Breen, McBreen, York, Senior. Third Row: Mr. Hall, Weinstein, Aronson, Burke, Burke, Parsons. GOLF TEAM Boys ot Newton High who enter the world of golf discover a strange world indeed. A whole new language has to be mastered: "Won't you loin me at tee?" "Watch the birdie!" Or this: "Putter, put, put, put." Only the initiated know the proper translation of these phrases. On the whole, the boys had a successful year, and they learned to appreciate the sport more and more through competition and group enioyment. 52 .... , i 'VVVV . -fvvvv -t r 'vvvvv i vvvvvv 'fvvv " I 1 YVVVV 4 'VVVV 'VVV B' www , TH 9 'ki Ni ,-.tc 'fl L-Iii 'f 3 . lift vw ill V it V 'gl J B' QV 1 it AAA 1 l "" ' iiiiti B'-i?y224Z!Qif:FeQ25:l',? egsajgaggtekiz- ' -fi 'Amp 'Z ati' 'g9':i'5h1' :J f' It Island. 'Z' ': 'Wit XXXYXXTAAAAZTXXF? 'fir 50 1 .swf-?'fR'fe'25. fi -f .iggfff-1:66051 l if ff? .1 f My A 5 .1 152. dgggdefgy, wg-i D 'i QF? vs " B h 5, -i ...Zz .:.:...:.:. .... 2 . 2 . .f .. ..... .. . . . . . .... , r -- '- B - -ri, '-f 1-1'r:' Q., ww A , 12'-...z I, - ,,,,,,: J ii' 1-fir f 'XX 'ZX ,.,1-1, ,fs-.. " i GIRLS' TENNIS "ls that Maureen Connelly out there on the clay courts?" Yes, many times Newton High's tennis players have been mistaken for international cham- pions. This, of course, is not only because of the skill that Newton girls have acquired by the many hours of practice on the courts, but also because of the good sportsmanship which all the girls have shown. First Row: Scipione, Carter, Carter, Athy, Loeb, Perlis. Second Row: Feldman, Lubets, Boudreau, King, Foster, Atwood. GIRLS SOFTBALL Strike one' Strike two' but never Strike three' when the gurls softball team from N H S is up at bat When spring rolls around the girls are as enthusiastic about the sport of Caseys legend as are the boys With many hours of practice and many hours of fun the gurls learn both skill and sportsmanship This is certainly a fitting climax to the sports year First Row Langllle Chase Clark Kimball Cannon Brown Diamond Burgess Second Row Macnalr Goldrick Benson Clifton Marchant Boucher Whitmore Nazzaro Muller Third Row Chlambelll Borden LaTona Farina Bloom Shaughnessy Gavin: Oteru 14:45 rig' 'gf' I I 1 1 ,-. , . ,tl hw- First Row: Hart, Oteri, Milott, Foote, Miss Cheney, Bloom, Kahn, A Sugarman, Brooks. Second Row: Foley, Forbes, Emerson, Freshman Gould, Forbes, Kaufman, Hirsh, Hanauer, Jacobson. Third Row Freedman, Ziegel, Cutler, Loeb, Vietor, Kahn, Gorney, Lubets, Balos, if Cushing. Fourth Row: Michaelson, Spence, Hoffenberg, McFarland Q Feldman, Bruce, McCarthy, Pearlstein, Galner. 4 if E 'G 'Q ll I ii 1 5' , I I f ADMINISTRATIVE AIDS No! AA does not stand for Alcoholics Anonymous! l V ,, E They are the initials of the Administrative Aids, the 5 Trade School counterpart to our cafeteria secret I police, the Orange Shield. The AA, set up in rl March of l955, is responsible for enforcing rules in the Trade School as well as for supervising in 14 the cafeteria. The AA has earned support from the i Trade School and respect from the High School. L President .................................... William P. Byrne ' Vice-President ...... ....... E dward Cavallo I Secretary ..,........ ........ J ohn F. Baker , Senior Advisors .... ........ D onald Bibbo l Daniel Elliot Ll Advisor ..... ....... M r. Hingston I l i Y 54 ORCHESIS "With expression" is a term familiar to the mem bers of the Apprentice, Workshop, and Performers groups. These girls find Modern Dance a medium of expressing themselves to music. Orchesis has distinguished itself this year at the Symposium Christmas Vespers, the Spring Musicale, and several other programs President ............ ....... Susan Bloom Vice-President ..... ............... L inda Kahn Secretary .......... ............... L ois Fleischer Advisor .... ....... M iss Janet Cheeney J . "" 1-71 QW T01 at 'W First Row Mr Dailey Fontano Sousa DiGregorio, Yobaccio, Robblee, Visco, Simone, Drugan. Second Row Fleming Daniels San tucci Grahn Roper Holland Caterelll Patz Mr Murray. TRADE SCHOOL BASKETBALL Our Trade School basketball team's performance this year was a credit to the community. This winter activity is rising in prominence and is helping to promote a good relationship between the Trade School and the High School. Despite serious com- petition from neighboring teams, our mechanics, electricians, and carpenters to be pushed their way to victory, paving the way for an even more suc- cessful season next year. Coach ............................. ....... M r. John Murray Captain ...... ....... J ames Robblee ivy, W ACTIVITIE , gf- :i?5?332i W 11111 -"X-.j'Z1'i , el .- s 9 , U:.5"!3' 4" gf'E'??f If .:!.4:?gi f' ' -'59 .-1 --4--y . xv-.,.. , -vin ... ,..h. I. 'Iv' .4 , Ir of 1,34 Af'-.1 SPRING MUSICALE Three in one! Co-operation, talent, hard work, fun - all these went into the successful production of this year's musicale, or musicales. Besides Cox and Box and Trial by Jury, there was an excellent and effective production, Shades in Rhythm, interpreting hit songs and presented most ably by the dance groups. Indeed, the entire produc- tion was a fitting tribute to the combined efforts of the music, dramatic, art, and dance organizations in Newton High. COX AND BOX JAMES JOHN COX ..... ....... I rving Krasner JOHN JAMES COX ........ ........ D avid Hazelton SERGEANT BOUNCER ..... ....... W allace Palmer TRIAL BY JURY USHER ................. ...,... M ark Golub DEFENDANT .................... ......... R ichard Blue JUDGE ............................... ........ M r. Frank Heys COUNSEL FOR PLAINTIFF ..... ...... G ilbert Bickum PLAINTIFF .......................... ...... S usan Stone FOREMAN OF JURY .... ...... J ames Mitchell ASSOCIATE ............... ...... D r. Leo Barry DRAMA FESTIVAL This year, as in the past, the annual New- ton High School Drama Festival proved that Newton actors are tops. One of the three plays entered in the competition, "The Corn is Green", emerged victorious and went on to win state honors in the Massachusetts Drama Festival. This festival brought drama at our school to light as a very healthy, vibrant form of art. 59 SOPHOMORE CLASS COMMITTEE First Row: Douglas, VanSteenberger, Yancey, Spu ler, Dubins. Second Row: Rose, Bullock, Howard Anderson, Holmes, Clapper, LeBaron. Third Row: Van Dam, McCloskey, Derow, Blomberg, Gladstone Mr. Boyd. JUNIOR CLASS COMMITTEE First Row: Pearlstein, Needle, Martin, Brown, An- derson, Licker. Second Row: Huberman, Morrison, Schell, Charney, Foster, Gordon, Michaelson. CLASS COMMITTEES The class committees, composed of one elected representa- tive from each homeroom, form the basis of the individual class management. In these committee meetings are planned all the activities of the class. For instance, the Senior Class Committee not only plans the Senior Prom, Senior Supper, and Senior Night, but also is responsible for collecting class dues and choosing the class gift. These hardworking and conscientious representatives are responsible, in a large part, for the smooth functioning machine of class govern- ment. s:-- Q- 5 .,, Sf' Xu . . VVJVV ,W - 'T C M 4 QAPXAA Y VVV AAA? VVV AA 3 VVV I s yy " LQWV 4:74 JV ju Horvitz, Falkson. SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEE Right, First Row: Greene, Stober, DoctoroFf, King Sade, Swanton, Silva, Nason. Second Row: Curley, Willey, Scott, Hussey, Fay, Breitzke, Cohen, Allen Third Row: Sherman, Hirson, Kirk, Nason, Lipson -1 BEST STUDENT l l li T, T T 5 T CLASS OF '57 l Elaine Solomon, Harris Funkenstein T v MOST ALL AROUND CLASS OF '58 A Judy Goldstein, Arnold Isaacs MOST ATHLETIC SUPERLATNES , . ,,,, , W A Y A vg,.,:.gxT,n.,L:'v 'li' . T 0 , l1r,3'zlI',:ff5j? fF5l 1 , YT .T ' T ,Q ,Tyr :ww w 5: f '-- 'lff ' fmtifl f ,gif P ' gifj T gigs 1 T, T, 1 - .41 ' . , 'M if wow. A I f A to A Lp T L J T :ff T f ' '.E: iT.. . T.5, ,x , ,. T T - ' - viii '25 els, g wi A ., .- y V 4, .. 9h. 555::1:. L CLASS OF '57 Marie Giordano, Alan Martin CLASS OF '58 Penny Doswell, Kent Barrabee BEST LOOKING CLASS OF 57 Betsy Emerson Dave Crosby CLASS OF 57 Loss Marchant Bruan Kenney CLASS OF 58 Natalne Smtth Martm Beckwith CLASS OF 58 Barbara Hallkman Buddy Lewls I' 4' ADMITTED TO MEMBERSHIP MAY 4, 1955 CLASS OF 1956 1. Breitzke, Susan Kelley, John Francis QI - . - . ' Chacran, June Melanie Kennel, Charles Frederick , Cobb, Peter Harwood Leary, Christina Marie Q I "l.'Q,+i i' ,.',' ' 0 y Cohen, Stephen Isaac Leighton, Charles Cutler lv h i ' Doctoroff, Stephen John I-SITCIU, Bernhard Dow, Bruce MacGregor lipson, luwrence ' " v rl Q jig ' Epstein, Lewis Allen McCusker, Richard John ' ' ...l '--'r - Freeman, Ellen Judith Miller, Stephen Joel ' Frieze, Michael Gordon Minear, Richard Hoffman 51 Geller, George Henry NGSOUI -IGHVEY D'-'Wld V I W , Gilman, Michele Obermeyef, KUYSH Giordano, Frederick Salvatore Oliver, WUVVSU Dllln JV- M 7 S' GIUSSIU Judith Barbara Sachar, David Bernard -1 1, Gordon, Brenda Ruth Sade, Robert Miles ' I Gem' Ro:erl'AQrw,I , Schwartz, Paul Stanley I ' Graham' ennelh I Liam ' Seltzer, Stephen Murray Grossman, Sherman Haskell S h d N El, b th B, Holdridge, Douglas Wheeler ou' may ' nancy 'Za e ' Horvitz, David Stober, Cynthia Ann Kane, Margaret Rose, Swanton, Dorothy Louise Kanter, David George Whitmore, Howard ADMITTED TO MEMBERSHIP MAY 2, 1956 CLASS OF 1956 Abrams, Susan Diane Andler, Arnold Elliot Argue, Edward Alan Armstrong, Rochelle Camille Athy, Barbara Mary Ayres, Mary Colman Barrs, Ann Radcliffe Berman, Merrill Collins Bickum, Gilbert Warren Bloom, Susan Bloomberg, Susan Paula Blue, Richard James Bolton, Philip Evans Broad, Edward Reginald Jr. Brockington, Harry Rogers Brown, Paul A. Burman, Judith Dale Cannon, Joan Myra Cardinali, ,Mary Nancy Carey, Sheila Rose Eberth, Franz Josef Farina, Alfreda Feinberg, Sally Lea Foley, Nancy Jean Goldman, Paula June Goodale, Grace McWalter Gordon, Jean Eleanor Gorman, Roslyn Phyllis Guild, Beverlee Parkhurst Halstead, Anne Marie Harlan, George Sylvan Jr. Harting, Michael Allen Hirsh, Susanne Gail Hirson, Stanley Bencion Hoeh, David Charles HoFtenberg, Toby Arlene Hulsman, Elizabeth Alden Jacobson, Arnold Johnson, Dana Kidder King, Jacqueline Mae Lamiet, Jacqueline Helene Learoyd, Barbara Carolyn Linn, Judith Helene Maclver, Robert Joseph MacKenzie, Margaret Jeannette Moody, Maynard Gardner Myers, Mariorie Ann Novack, Marjorie Beth Olton, Charles Shaw O'Neil, William Elliott Orsogna, MaryAnn Perkins, John Barnard Pettit, Jane McCoy Quinn, Donald Paul Quinn, Donald Robert Rowlings, Robert Stephen Scichilone, Marie Josephine Scipione, Joan Prudence Shapiro, Judith Leah Short, Joanne Rachel Silva, Dorothy Anne Silver, Joanna Maude Belford Smith, Judith Ann Teich, Nathaniel Teitelman, Michael Walter Tempesta, Rosemary Ann Themo, Elaine Marie Titus, Donald Edgar Vietor, Barbara Diane Walker, William Nickerson Wallace, Suzanne Warsowe, Robert Weeden, Carole Ruth White, John Maxwell Willey, Jane B. Williams, Richard Sugden Jr. Winograd, Peter Alan Leven son, John Werman Q a 5 We .wcslzmlgsim L." X - .N ..- . ,,-,,-, . -. I C 4-n-P - A Q ,I , '--- J I ',.. t ,. , H f' ff l jf. fy! ADMITTED TO MEMBERSHIP MAY 2, 1956 CLASS OF 1957 ' I yt , f' 'lfl AngoFf, Marion Brenda ,Ly ' Bachner, Frank Joseph ly! , solos, srigme Ann , Bowers, Barbara Ann ' f President ......... .......... ........... R i chord Hotitman Minear Efookinitsgmgfs PWC' ' ' . rown, u I elrce , , Vice-President .......... 7 ....... ..... N ancy Elizabeth Southmayd Chookl Sondra Ann f f . . ......... .. ................... K Ob r er David' Robefl Paine 'O 1 f' 'gecrefary """" ' ' , ' Oren e mex Davidson, Edward Steinberg ff, ,t Treasurer? ........ .. ...' .... f ............. . .V ...... . ..... ....... R obert Aaron X rn Dem Anne F,ed,iCa ' J ,ft ' A . . J' f y, Ellis, cami Elizabeth lit' f J, pl U ff I A' 1 , HIV ' 7 t, , y ' if ft!!! Evens, Dena'Judith l 4 , , , , . . , t , Fleischer, Lois Ellen 1 f , J l , L I I , X If X I 1 ' I -jf if J X, 1,-, X !! jf Foote, Sally Anne ' ,' fi if If f r' I 5 A y , ,lf 'X' , 0 Funkenstein, Herrman Harris ,J fi , J 1, t , V J ,l li ff f ,f Hibbard, William Alden lf I I I ft t fl ' ," ' '- , , I," !f If ,V , f Jacobson, Esther tl I ,I I,-"1 H X tl , ff ' V 5 l ' t Karakashian, Sona ' , A , , f , If I if I ,I f 1 ' ' ," l ' f Kenney, Brian Robert I lf ' A Langer, Elinor Diane A y , n election to the National Honor Society represents one of the f r ' .f n it highest honors that Newton High can bestow upon any individual. The elections are based on Character, Leadership, Scholarship, and Service, and the candidates are carefully considered and chosen. At the Induction Ceremony in May, Dr. Sachar was the speaker, and the commentaries on the significance of the association were given by Richard Minear, George Geller, Douglas Holdridge, Robert Sade, and Dorothy Swanton. The honor of the election to the society will follow the members through their lives, and the pin will be a lasting symbol of their achievement f ' J Mlfffgff f MM y,z,fM7jQ,.?,,ffZ',,,Le 0 WV W5 'fi W Levin, Arthur lawrence Martin, Allan Lawson Meyerhoff, Willa Ruth Milender, Nancy Jane Minnis, Sandra Lee Nigro, John Michael O'Roak, Nancy Virginia Pergola, Joseph John Rak, Karen Bashya Rothstein, Carri'e Judith Small, Myra Smith, David Wing Solomon, Elaine Ruth Stacey, Susan Bethune Stearns, Nancy Judith Sugarman, Susan Ann Whiting, Barbara Adelaide Wilson, Donald Wendell 71 SENIOR COMMITTEES These groups worked hard this year to make the Class of '56 Senior events the best ever. Senior Supper went over with a bang lor perhaps we should say twang, for it was a real western square danceI. Naturally, Senior Night was a solid success under the talented leadership of the committee. We shall always remember these two events as a wonderful part of our exclusively senior life. Advisor ............................................................ Miss Margaret South SENIOR SUPPER COMMITTEE Left, First Row: Nason, Sade, Falkson, Greene. Second Row: Allen, Nason. , S -S SENIOR NIGHT First Row: Albert, Minear, Argue, Bloom, Silver. Second Row: Sachar, Quinn, Farrington, Levine, Spence. SENIOR PLAY COMMITTEE Horvitz, Milottg Absent, Peters. First Row: Regan, Sholkin, Getter, Mr. Anderson, Hobbs, Kahn, Dow, Bourne, Barrs, Dahl, Heatzig, Toher. Second Row: Sachs, Sugarman Goldstein, Vernon, Soloman, Millott, Foote, DerHohannesian, Schwartz, Press, Gesmer, Miller, Langer, Nahabedian. Third Row: Brown Rooney, Kaplan, Ingham, Chester, Boudreau, Bloom, Southmayd, Bilezikian, Cox, Field, Wallace, Hart, Young, Werman. Fourth Row Armet, Murray, Johnson, Barabee, Bartels, Rosenberg, Anthony, Gidez, Bickum, Gorn, Warsowe, Sperber. Fifth Row: Swerling, Dephoure Goodman, Singer, Grossman, Rabinowitz, Wood, Wilson, Geller, Dokton, Dangel, Broad, Rakoti. LEGISLATURE A resounding bang echoed from the speaker's plat- form in l305. "Will the meeting please come to order! . . . Will the meeting please come to order!!" And thus another busy morning began for the school legislature. This organization not only makes the laws governing the student body, but also provides an excellent opportunity for putting democracy into practice. The members worked hard to make this an organization we may well be proud of. President .................... ......... B ruce Dow Boys' Vice President ..... ....... D avid Bourne Girls' Vice President ..... ...... L inda Kahn Treasurer ..... ........ A nn Barrs Clerk .................. ...,. P eggy Hobbs Parliamentarian ............ Chuck Glton L Advisor ........... ..... D r. Charles Peltier l Ai., 1 ll i ill l I F, H J I , l , in ' i vp, W I l L.Jl. U I l ' lla HOMEROOM MANAGERS That busy and very important member of the homeroom who is usually interrupted from that last minute cramming to scurry about from desk to desk collecting money for charity, selling tickets for various school functions, and distributing Newtonites is, of course, the homeroom manager. He serves both his school and his classmates willingly, patiently, and efficiently. First Row Raverby Newell Marchant Glaser Kara Kashuan Maclntosh Etcoff, Armet, LaFay, Fried, Mayzer, Coffey. Second Row: Oteri, Hirschtield Goldstein Cedergren Cohen Barrabee Mmnis Silver Metrovich, Forman, Andler, Dorfman, White. Third Row: Wallack, Feldman Hlrsh Fessenden Lynch Shulman Stackpole King Murray Langille, Schenk, Liner, Michelson, Aarons. Fourth Row: Stafford, Sulkm Pearlstein Ritchie Berkowitz Schell Swirsky Golub Pearson Ryder Roggeveen, Crosby, Winston, Funkenstein, McEldowney. i l .ill A ll A ll 'E u I ti y i i ll 2 y , il ' Mini' ' A it Q li l ' :i i li will 'l A l , l i clvlcs communes A i 'F Four election counts! This was onlya small part ofthe civics l 1 A ' Q Committee's school services. Besides assisting at all Parents' Days, l A the members presented various civic problems in the Newtonite. i , A This year a new anti-smoking program was introduced, combining the efforts of the Orange Sheld, the Administrative Assistants, and the Civics Committee. Certainly these pupils should be commended Q for a iob well done. Advisor ................ ...... D r. charles L. Peltier ' . l First Row: Forbes, Barrs, Chester, Toher, Jacobson, Langer, Derr. Second Row: Sade, Sacks, Yorks, Bodner, Wolf, Feldman, Willey Third Row: Allen, Lubell, Richmond, Frieze, Wolk, Lipson, Sherman, Herman, Sherman. ti 4 ASSOCIATE OFFICERS D. Bourne, Boys' Vice-President, A. Barrs, Treasurer, B. Dow, President, L. Kahn, Girls' Vice-President, Dr. Peltier, Advisor, P. Hobbs, Clerk. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS I Q I I I is I A. Martin, President, M. Giordano, Vice-president, Mr. Loring, Advisor, J. Brown, Secretary, C. Marsh, Treas. sENloR cLAss oFHcERs Miss South, Advisor, C. Stober, Treasurer, R. Sade, President, J. King, First Vice-President, S. Doctoroff, Second Vice-President, D. Swanton, Secretary. 93? is I x o ' O 5 soPHoMoRE CLASS oFHcERs M. Munroe, Secretary, R. Butterfield, Treasurer, P. Doswell, Vice-President, J. Yancy, President. x 3 s 5 F' E First Row: Toher, Scanlon, Curley, Barrs, Argue, Forbes, Grossman, King, Hackel, Farina, Schwartz, Johnson, Hill, Sutcliffe, Mayer, Miller Second Row: Dooley, Coogan, Kaufman, Willis, Rogan, Powers, Stern, Sugarman, Cincotti, Brown, Feldman, Fessenden, Lubets, Sadow Hoskins, Feinberg, Hirsh, Borden, Kane, Hobbs, MacKenzie, Silver. Third Row: Halloran, Keyes, Berman, Shaughnessy, Stearns, Boudreau Bloom, Shapiro, Marchant, Ayres, Schwartz, Rubin, Linn, Anderson, Boucher, McMullen, Anderson, Cannon, Sexton, Soule, Doctoroif Mazzola, Wilson. Fourth Row: Grenier, Teich, Hodess, Snyder, Levin, Brockington, Herman, Miller, Falkson, Andelman, Bartels, Crones Allen, Brown, Zottu, Cohen, Katz, Brown, Martin, Alperin, Lakin, Cooney, Lynch, Gilvar. Fifth Row: Nigro, Bourne, lngall, Levenson Hablow, Grentzenberg, Kirk, Richmond, Stein, Beggs, Rabinovitz, Redman, Walker, Wood, Sharney, O'Neil, Swirsky, Hills, Shulkin Jacobs, Connelly. ORANGE SHIELD you?" Well, think of this before you throw that next milk carton in the cafeteria - a member of the Orange Shield may be watching you. Besides enforcing lunch room regulations, these industrious individuals are indis- pensable in maintaining a clean and orderly cafeteria. Remember the sign in the street car, "Ivan is watching Chairman .... ........ S herman Grossman 69 t 1!!uiil1!!M V!! 1 i 'O' Ha xt in UID!! U Q Q5 ifsii x Lljli E5 953 ,ak il lin YI ll X' 1 ' ' , 94522. . Sl 4 llwwiillnn 2, -xx , Y im' W -ax ' ' r ., I . Y S' ' ra r f 1 I 5. . , -1,-1 MQ ff . J V ' 'RE .Q I llffmim. . 'fx uq.4,,L x ff' me ruin - W 4 U 1 sq tx can-4.40 unil- Y , ua x'-- 1 .. 5. Zi" ,A " 'I aff' wg-,wr .4 , .ns fi" fa., iw T ' 4 .M . 1 . !v 'J 'W' ? '- i CVS I , ,Q f 'Q' f ' 1 1. 1, 4' 1,4 3 .pr A W 5 N J, -ws, 3,3 I , X' 'I 4 , ie. , X, N x A. ' : 3 ' 1 rm , . f 5 . tri Q yt? V Y ! A- 53. , f 'C ' r,4f.l. ' F. 3? - - AA I " wr I ' ,f7 'f ,.3.' wg, V 11 ff, 1 - , 'Ju up , A intvff 1 1 as 1 - 'f . 4 " ' .' h 5, if' ,M f 'f f wb-if V ' fix, L 1 .ff WE MFT 1' wtf? First Row: Mayer, Gayzagian, Fone, Murray, Breitzke, Stanley, Woods, Schneider, Ahearn, Albert, Langille, Markey, LaTona. Second Row: Schazler, Neill, Mithemollol, Scipione, Firestine, Shaffman, Clifton, Green, Lamiet, Gordon, Myers, Holmes, Mr. Merritt. Third Row: Soule, Goodale, Halstead, Sutclitf, Scott, Fay, Downing, Yanoff, Walsh, White, Lendman, Hussey, Favor. Fourth Row: Herman, Weeden, White, Sherman, Lipson, Sade, Lubell, Johnson, Bickum, McGrail, Waldman. Fifth Row: Blue, Powers, Bassett, Chisholm, Walker, Huss, Stout, Grentzenberg, Blossom, Broad, Hohannesian, Golub. A CAPPELLA CHOIR The sincere appreciation of music manifests itself in the A Cappella Choir. The members of this group, under the efficient and patient leadership of Mr. Merritt, have brought much pleasure to Newton High School students by their admirable performances in Vespers and Graduation. This year the Choir has studied Brahm's Requiem as well as other pieces of a lighter nature. Advisor ................................................................................................................. Mr. Merritt CONCERT BAND First Row: D. Quinn, R. Grammont, P. Cobb, L. Baker, M. Quint, M. Mayer, J. McLansan, R. LaTona, D. Hoeh. Second Row: Mr. lppolito L. Anderson, L. Fitch, G. Healey, S. Secunda, R. Burke, M. Feldman, R. Bograd, E. Wattendorf, P. Clark, J. Sudhalter, D. Gilman R. Sperber, P. Crehan, J. Goldrick. Third Row: B. Farrington, S. Feldman, M. Beckwith, B. Duncan, B. Huff, E. Mabey, M. Weyler, C. Stuart. 1 . K .ik 1 'VA H, -wghi , ,,,My.-..- K ,W A . .IP ff? ' lf' V -ug, 'av JK' A I f' ""A V fm h i , R jf? ,-if fl. ., . df ag:-Ixiv, . ' l , I I f T' .ff rfgs 1 f gi , , ff -'1fQ'fP',l-SQ.-. ff'-"f if L, szfff' .?A.5,?,, tv xy- in 5. g ,vii 4 f A f Y, , N , 1 , 5 . .4412 - 1 W 39-J i" 3 3? . -K yi , vm.. ,1 'W 65 a F K 9' -..,,, Wiz fuk Ek-yi a x 4. Q. N4 p-M if f.-'- ' ' . .4 My 2 ,.4 .., ??f25 KJ 'K .. T , 421:1- ' x M 6 Nt wg f"1A"?N'i v' 'NST 'R L Tun? ff?-4 LV Q wax sig' i A 0' I. , ,343-9 'V V: SL' ' T " 5 1 . - , """- ' . , , ' qs I Q X 1 .. . K , '.' 1 1 w ' '-'?if9H f' 5 A QQ. 4. fa Ll X ' if , a n ' 9 - , ' :H F 4 ' ' fi 'K 45 5 ' f I , . 'Q ,Kim in Q ll bk A '75 r Hr P, fu. -,i .h 2, ' 'ifl ggi l n Q - 1 I X 4 1 gl vm' '31 var' I . - if, , - . 4 f ,- . , qn,,,,.,y5,1t, sw - , ,J t- W. , Am, - M , '25 ' wx -"af" 1 -. M 1-11.1 1, H fi " ,' 'Y ' ' W tv ' 1 - If-, ., . iz?" -3',Wg,,1QQ...2 1,9-gil f- 3.-,Q . 53 ,J 2 f.,. . in ffghls, My r - '.,wg4,- if--f' .aj , f . ' w. , - fy-ff! 41,- First Row Swanton, Hibbard, Holmes, Blackwood, MacLeod, Carey, Butterfield, Anthony. Second Row: Vernon, Langille, Ayres, Hobbs, Myers Willey, Perlis, Wess, Cobb, Kaufman, Minear, Chacran, Baker, Hurley. Third Row: Mr. March, Kontoft, Clifton, Haney, Brown, Biddle Shrler, Rank, Milender, Scipione, Berest, Genaske. Fourth Row: istandingl: Richmond, Clapper, Kellaway, Farrington, Bograd, Kattwlnkel Mason, Bilezikian, iseatedl: Weyland, Sudhalter, Oliver, Rosenblatt. ORCHESTRA In the magic, mysterious atmosphere of the drill shed, the orchestra bravely attempted to drown out the ever present bellowing of the hot air blowers as it rehearsed two hours a week. The results were remarkable. This year the musicians really proved themselves when they played the difficult, modern music of the opera "Amahl and the Night Visitors" at Vespers. They also played a vital part in Spring Musical and provided the music for several other school programs. Concert Mistress ..... ...... D orothy Swanton Conductor ......... ....... M r. Donald March 1 1 .. ,...x Q. l - .fF35XXXXXXVXXI twat WEE' sQeefQfsrssssssei 2 its ' fu EW' " 'W 'XVVVXVYXX .C 4,3 B 245 fd? . 12 'XL ?7'i?7's37'Q rfwwwvvvvwfv ,6 ' . 5, Q., y , ., , ,, . ., ,, ,Y , ,, V, , ., .T .. . .. .. .. .. , , ,, ., .. ,. .. ,. , 7, ,J , ,, .. W. ,W ,, ,, ., ,, , .. .. y "avVWWWWWWWW,WWWVVVVVVV 13 VYWWWWWWWWWHWWWWVVWVVV , AAAAAAA o.a,a.o,.4-.v.. ..4..4-.,4. NEWTONES Golub, Honey, Blckum, Vlncunlla NEWTONETTES Goodclle, Downing, Holmes, Chacron TIGERETTES Newell, Holmes, O'DonnelI, LeBoron THE HI TONES Marclen Soshlluo Groefsemo McLaughlin L Q95 'As CO-EDS Krosner, Fleisher, Giordano, Lipson si if Mi LJ mmgfm, - ,Q A 1. OO 531, . F f a Y 'hx A Wav I Ariz: Wwhm 'ZZ , M J' 14'-'34' 'Ui 'ii A NU' fi? iv- L gi ai "iuf'.'L, it UL t..'yai- - L-UFMQ. , f QVQ' QL . S5 v , -3, . N . M ff uw- if O 2:0 o o 0' ' ,oo oo'o' 9, ,Op 0, 'Q 0 0o,'ooo'o , "0 o Q O., .Q . OQ., Q.. 0 ooo 009 ooo too 090 'Z 'J' Z" ""f'l3" ' 0 fo: :go 0 9 0, 20,9 2 9, ,O 000 '. "" o'o 'op 0' 4 0 ,Q 9 Oo 9' 0' '80, ' on 0 :.,..o' '31 .9 9 9 O O Q 0' . 'Q' , 00 ,ooo 4 2' 09.95 .30 O ...OO 0 uw.-al an ,A , .M .. B iq gi 'VW g,f"Uf"i' ,., f -3 . 1' 9. A . gf.. . , ,,, If . Q my L ORANGE BOOK "lt's all in the book" certainly applies to Newton High School's ORANGE BOOK. It contains the answers to many questions you may have about the school, whether they concern club meetings, school elections, or the Lost and Found. This year it includes the revised Associates' Constitution, giving the new point system. A guide for teachers as well as pupils, this booklet contains a storehouse of needed information. Editor-in-Chief .................... Fred Giordano Business Manager ..... .......... L ewis Epstein Advisor ................ ..... M iss Clara Ashley we f First Row: Westray, Modes, Giordano Andler Beresen Tessler Maslow Bailey Second Row Berger Spiegel Posner Narefs Kaplan Feinberg, Milhender, Brookings, Bibbo Wilbert Third Row Miss Altlerl Wlnetsky Gould Robinson Andler Hockrldge Bass Rosenthal Goldberg, Liner, Mrs. Resnick. Fourth Row Kane Stanley Hoftenberg Marcus Pearlstem Freedman Sher Clark Langllle Baer Arnold Powers. Fifth Row: Peters, Shaffman, Robinson Bowers Bentley Grossman Shapiro Shulman Needle NEWTONITE Newspaper lingo is the language spoken by a small group of students in the journalism class. They, and only they, can understand it. They know that a "dummy" is not a fool, and that a "deck" is not a pile of cards. This year the staff did an exceptionally fine iob in printing interesting and controversial articles and editorials. Also, the routine news coverage was accurate and enthu- siastic. Editors-in-Chief ..... .......... J udy Glaser Roslyn Gorman Merrill Berman Advisor ...... ....... M r. John Harrer 78 First Row: Richmond, Lockwood, Macnair, Jones, Serating. Second Row: Mr. Gradone, Sherer, Shrier, Shapiro, Epstein, Piccirilio. Third Row: DiBona, Rousseau, Walsh, Dean, Teich. P MOTION PICTURE SQUAD You sit back, relax, and get set to enioy a class movie. Enthusiastically you await the bright flash of light on the screen and the deep, mellow voice of the narrator. The proiector switch clicks and nothing hap- pens. Feverishly the expert operator works at the controls. Oops, forgot to plug in the cord. Wait a minute - where's the cord? On second thought, where's the outlet? Finally, plug, cord, and outlet are all ar- ranged and the movie begins. ln all seri- ousness, though, the boys who give their time to show those welcomed films and slides certainly deserve a vote of thanks for their service to the school. President .......................... Robert Rowlings Vice-President ........................ Joe Piccirilio Advisor .................... Mr. Michael Gradone r. 1 ll ll STAGE CREW 'Twas the night of production, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring - except for the stage crew. Back in the shadows, out of the spotlight, worked the people responsible for lights, sound, curtain, scenery, and all the effects so necessary to a production. Their efforts were well spent, for who will forget the eerie, midnight stage of Senior Play, or the blue star of Vespers? The stage crew is truly a vital organization in all our auditorium activities. Senior Stage Manager ........ Mark Peterson Junior Stage Manager ............ Marc Turner Advisor ........................ Mr. Charles Chase First Row: Boucher, Scammon, Tucker, Peterson, Douglas, Lynch. Second Row: Savage Kaufman, Sherer, Shapiro, Shrier, Goren, Mr. Chase. Third Row: Clark, Levi, Stern, Barnes, Rower, Washington, Ross. First Row: Havey, McCullough, Mrs. Rasanen, Woodman, Ebel. Second Row: Schwartz, Morrison, Burdick, Elson, Donohue, Fessenden, Wittenberg . its f. 4'. :v A '!2'71-'2:4.fre'2? q,,.o.u.'+g.v ef.. 1- gg: -.,-e, . ' '- 453 " We fr. sz! 1 , uf. v ' , 'ffP3'+Hi" c 4 -'X 'Q 2-.-" 1 'iz X' 9 ' Y f pf' P' -J' -:ta e'93s2f'! .-isafssv. '-ci:-.-iw!-2. .frpf-.4s'I ,Gigli-fa' S-'gufaaffei 9955 Ffhffr' 4' 5..fS,.'7' PARENT-TEACHER- STUDENT- ASSOCIATION Who would have believed that the PTSA, barely two years old, could play such a maior role in our school life this year! "TlGERAMA" the PTSA's pet project, provided some of our most exciting evenings. The PTSA also gave us one panel discussion to ponder the future after graduation, another to tell parents of iunior high students what to prepare for, and a program presenting the Music Club and the AFS to the school. PTSA, U R 4 NHS!!! President .................................... Mr. Fred Wood Teachers' Vice-President ............ Mr. Floyd Rinker Parents' Vice-President ........ Mr. Max Brauninger Students' Vice-President ................ Joan Cannon 80 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Books! Books! Books! To some, no doubt, they seem dia- bolic torture instruments, but to others they are treasures more valuable than gold. Here, in this latter group, we find those few ardent students known as the library assistants. Surrounded by literature, these future librarians contribute much time to keeping our N. H. S. book shelves attractive and in good work- ing order. g Advisor ..... ...... M rs. Ruth Woodman Just a bit of parsonal advice SENIOR PLAY Arsenic and Qld Lace Elderberry wine, a pinch of arsenic, and, of course, old lace led to a very amusing and enioyable Senior Play. From the clamoring "Charge!" of Jim Haney to the terrifying grimaces of Boris Karlott, alias Dick Rosen, the audience was held spellbound. An outstanding and praiseworthy performance was given by Rochelle Clifton and Nancy Levine cast as the Brewster sisters, whose recipe for elderberry wine was, indeed, most breath- taking. Johnathan, what big eyes you have! 9, N nl Shave and a haircut-two bits 'VW Q? First Row: Cushing, Miller, Stern, Davidson, Solomon, Cohen, Huberman, Peterson. Second Row: Lamiet, Albano, Clifton, Hussey, Mr Birmingham, Miss Drewes, Bentley, Swartz, Cardinali, Stackpole. Third Row: Jacobson, Marchant, Williams, Bachner, Schneider, Rawlings, Argue, Stam, Ryder, Hoeh, Gorn, DiBona, Goodale. CANADIAN EXCHANGE Of, international character, this time, and occupy- ing a year plus, different, indeed, and after all, a great success. Such was, or is, Newton's exchange with Glebe Collegiate Institute, Ottawa. This spring the Newton group went to Canada, visited Quebec and Montreal, and had a wonderful time. Next fall the Canadian group comes here to return the visit. Let's hope that they enioy Newton as much as our students enioyed Ottawa. Advisors ..... ....... M r. Carl Birmingham Miss Marilyn Drewes ll az '.vv.v ww." 'ss s" Qif'a2,'S-.vA1f2.0.j.v'g3 I' 'a..O . 'U 1 x'r.' aa? 'Jw ts' 'A' I'.o.g'e:'.g":.' ":,.sv".z"a' +1-5.1-regime-gil: pvigatgvvn 33. s., go. .Q J." 'r "L '4 '. lu' a' 'ra 's ' A Nd OQ A. 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No, not the site of the Pilgrim's landing, but rather the center of Wiscon- sin's cheese industry - cheese Iover's paradise. Half of Newton's group exchanged with this city this year, and what a time they had! A day in Chicago, a visit to Niagara Falls, a wonderful trip, grand new friendships, exciting new experiences -- these are but few of the enrichments shared by these lucky Newton students. Advisors ..... ......... M r. Carl Swan Miss Frances Smith First Row: Kavanaugh, Horvitz, Themo, Giordano, Linn, Quinn, Macrillo, Funkenstein. Second Row: Rogers, Milender, Gagin Kane Mr. Swan, Miss Smith, Bowers, Dahl, Leary, Farina. Third Row: Abrams, Derr, Marsh, Broad, Dangel, Berman, DerHohanesian Lipson, Kellaway, Harlan, Chase, Geiger. T' .E 1 Xi' if sv First Row: Swanton, Schazler, Kahn. Second Row: Epstein. Sade. AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE Are there cowboys and lndians in Boston? Do you live in a skyscraper? What are Americans like? Do they all behave like those we see touring our country? AFS Exchange answers such questions by bringing the true picture of America to European people. This year returning students filled out the other part of AFS by bringing a true picture of other lands back to America. They talked to various community organizations, and wound up the year with International Friendship Week playing host to all the foreign students in the Newton area. Advisor ...... ........ M iss Emily P. Burdon F s 5 ISM-'vriawgs .F XX Q is Q, Fw MY A ws . Q J' , I 5 ig J , 1 g E , ,1 ., X rf ,ij qlx lflw "'vx , Q x ff? kwa? . f , 1,15 , , , Vp' 'CA ,' Sw 2MR N 2. H V QQ if-V -.1 fs :. ,5P1W.y,. 'ffrfgg-x, K ' ' " ' A E. x . , H ' ' H X 1 1 X . , v, e W 'N - I 'I 'V '. 1 by , ,.w,yg,,llU SENIOR SUPPER On December 3, the Senior Supper was held in the Newton High School gymnasium. Seniors of all sizes and curricula gathered together for an evening of fun that lived up to all their expectations. 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II7 Warren7 College Music I, 2, 37 Outing Club I, 2, 37 Intramural Sports 2, 37 Tennis I, 2, 37 Badminton 37 Dance Committees I, 2, 37 Home Room Manager I7 Orange Book 37 Ushers I, 27 Senior PIOYQ LYNNE ELLEN ALBERT 46 Ellis Rd., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To have cold sunny Saturdays in the fall Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All New England chorus in my iunior year7 Tigeroma I7 WGFFSD1 College Music Club 2, 37 Cheerleader 37 Dance Committees I, 37 Spring Musical I, 2, 37 Vespers I, 2, 37 All New England Chorus 27 Tigeroma 37 Glee Club I7 A Capella Choir 2, 3. K ANITA ANNE AMADEI 98 Washington St., Newton Corner Nini, Grace Favorite Pastime: Those certain weekendsl I Will to N.H.S.: All my gas bills, neighborhood parties ll7 Bigelow7 College , Music Club I, 2, 37 Rifle Club'27 Spanish Club 2, 37 Golf 27 Volley Ball 37 Home Room Man- ager 37 Social Room Hostess 37 Girls' Chorus I7 Concert Band I. Music and rhythm find their way FRED ANDELMAN 47 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill Suppressed Desire: To drag Averbuck's Century Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Cleaning crumbs out of my desk at I2:O5 I7 Weeks7 College Chemistry Club 37 Dance Com- mittees I, 2, 37 Orange Book 2, 37 Orange Shield 37 Senior Play 3. ' r , ,xl 'f 1 ELIZABETH CATHERINE ANDERER 496 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls Betty Favorite Pastime: Listening to records I Will to N.H.S.: Moving stair- ways IV7 Warren7 College Camera Cub 27 English Club 37 Home Economics Club I7 Per- sonality Club I7 Golf 2j Tennis 3. I CECILY KATE ALEXANDER 29 Forest Ave., West Newton Ces, Cecy Favorite Pastime: Doin' the rounds Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Sum- mer School I7 Warren7 College French Club 2, 37 Home Eco- nomics Club 37 Music Club I, 2, 37 Outing Club I, 2, 37 Dance Committees 2, 37 Home Room Manager 27 Legislature 27 Stage Crew .Ii Spring Musical 2, 37 Vespers Program 2. ALICE ANDERSON 5 Grayson Lane, Newton Lower Falls Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All my friends I7 Warren7 College English Club 37 Music Club 2, 37 Outing Club 27 Golf I7 Intra- mural Sports I, 2, 37 Tennis I, 2, 37 Volley Ball 27 Dance Com- mittees I, 2, 3, Chairman 27 Home Room Manager I7 Orange Shield 37 Science Fair I. 2 if , .ff ,v ..,. , 3 SUSAN LESLYE ALFRED 46 Newbury St., Newton Centre Sue, Susie Suppressed Desire: To be taken for my right age I Will to N.H.S.: An outdoor heating system in winter ll7 Weeks: College Debating Club I7 French Club 2, 3j Future Teachers Club I7 Music Club 37 Spring Musical 2, 37 Vespers 2, 3. STEPHEN JOSEPH ALLEN II Philmore Road, Newton Steve, Salch Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Sweeping crumbs out of my desk at 12:05 I Will to N.H.S.: "Look out, you might learn something." I7 Bigelow7 College Debating Club I7 International Club I, 37 Intramural Sports 2, 37 Tennis I7 Anti-Smoking Com- mittee 37 Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Chairman 2, 37 Newtonian 37 Legislature I, 27 Motion Picture Squad I, 27 Rally Committee 37 Class Committee 2, 37 Tiger- ama 3. PATRICIA MILDRED ANDERSON 39 Lafayette Road, Newton Lower Falls Pat Suppressed Desire: In the future, to make classes on time I Will to N.H.S.: Circular doors I7 Warren7 College Music Club 37 Outing Club 27 Personality Club I7 Basketball I7 Intramural Sports 27 Tennis Tj Dance Committees 27 Usher 27 Vespers 3j Girls Chorus I, 2, 3. t ig. :gg ' f fn I6 ARNOLD ELLIOT ANDLER 20 Mandalay Rd., ELIZABETH MARGOT ANNESE 26 Brooks Ave., Newtonville Betty Newton Centre Arnie Suppressed Desire: To make a special person understand Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Miss Sullivan's Junior home room Il, Boston Latin, College Aviation 3, Camera Club I, Radio Club 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Home Room Manager 3, Junior Red Cross Council 2, Science Club I, Indoor Track I, 3. Suppressed Desire, To do the Mambo with Scott Brady I Will to N.H.S.: My bright green gym suit and waterless showers il, Day, College Neophytes I, Outing Club I, Leader Corps 2, Orchesis I. CATHERINE LOUISE ANTONELLIS 54 Lothrop St., Newtonville Cathy, Cath Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Room 2205 I Will to N.H.S.: More people like Joan IIIB, Day Business. W 1 S ww: Mfsicpwx, , . fs K i -fe - "'- 5, sor ',s- i i'.' - i :iii-:ll , , 'i I JOSEPH ANTHONY ANZIVINO 996 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Anzi Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Tak- ing inventory on the new stock between classes IIIA, Weeks, Business Administrative Aid. . ROBERT WENDELL APPLETON I47 Oakleigh Rd., Newton Corner APPY Favorite Pastime: Driving Fondest Memory of N.H.S.:' Mr. Barsam's biology class II, Bigelow, College Band I, 2, 3. EDWARD ALAN ROCHELLE C. BARBARA MARY JAMES STANLEY ARGUE ARMSTRONG ATHY AUCOIN 48 Davis Ave., 79 Border St., 4 Nonantum St., Newton 92 Cherry St., West Newton West Newton West Newton Barb Jim Ed Shelley Suppressed Desire: To eat all Suppressed Desire: To lead a Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The Favorite Pastime: Skip, of course three lunches resourceful life wonderful people in the class Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Meet- Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: I955 Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. of '56, Mr. Walters ing Skip every morning by the Outing Club ski trip to Peter- Walters': "That's an old Spanish I Will the N.H.S.: Advanced- phone booth in Building ll boro, N.H. custom." model vacuum cleaners tor the IV, Warren, Business. Il, Bigelow, College ll, Day College Orange Shield Music Club 3, Outing Club I, 2, Baseball I, Motion Picture Squad I, Warren, College 3, Spanish Club 3, Basketball I, I, 2, 3, Vespers 2, Glee Club I, Camera Club I, 2, 3, Science 2: TGHHIS I, 2: Field Hockey I, ACapella Choir 2, Usher 3. Club I, 2, Track, Indoor I, 2, 3, Track, Outdoor I, 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Or- ange Book 3, Orange Shield 2, 3, Usher 3, Science Fair I, 2, 3, Glee Club I, Exchange 3. 2, 3, Badminton I, Volley Ball I, Leader Corps 2, 3, Legisla- ture 3. JUDITH ANN AVERBUCK 24 Ferncrott Rd., Waban Judy Suppressed Desire: To have a name like Tststsiril Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: New Year's Eve and Memorial Day Weekends Il, Warren, College French Club 3, Neophytes I, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Council 2, Usher I, School Exchange 2. Fd' . RICHARD ALLAN AVERBUCK 53 Bonad Rd., West Newton Dick Suppressed Desire: To drag An- delman's Century I Will to N.H.S.: My book, "Higher Marks Through Cheat- ing" Il, Warren, College Aviation Club 3, Cavalry Club 3, RifIe Cub I, 3, lce Hockey I, 3. MARY COLMAN AYRES 74 Elmhurst Rd., Newton Corner Favorite Pastime: Being with Dick Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Taylor's Math Club Picnics I, Bigelow, College Home Economics Club 2, Mathe- matics Club 2, 3, Music Club 2, 3, Orange Shield 3. JUDITH E. BACKMAN I29 Washington St., Newton Judy Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The football games I Will to N.H.S.: A helicopter from the third floor of Building I to the third floor of Building Ill l, Bigelow, College Music Club 2, 3, Neophytes I, RifIe Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Legislature 2. JACQUELINE IRENE BADARACCO 69 Walker St., Newtonville Jacquie Suppressed Desire: To be at commercial artist Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: School Dances IIIB, Warren, College Basketball, Golf, Tennis, Fieldl Hockey, Archery, Softball, Vol- ley Ball. I 1 s JOHN F. BAKER 40 Dexter St., Waltham Harry lGiven fondly to me by my classmatesl Suppressed Desire: To get my .0O005 meter transmitter going Favorite Pastime: Girls, girls, books, books, and electronic engineering. IIIA, Boston Technical High, Col- lege Administrative Aid 2, 3. LOUISE BAKER II Oakdale Ave., Auburndale I, Warren, College French Club 2, Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club 2, Archery 2, 3, Dance Committees 3, Junior Red Cross Council I, 2, 3, Ushers 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 2, Vespers 2, 3, Marching Band 3, Concert Band 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3, A Capella Choir 2, Girls' Chorus 2. ,Qs JANE SALLY BALLI 33 Bemuth Rd., Newton Highlands Doll, Sally Suppressed Desire: To get 80 credits Favorite Pastime: Not to be told, or should it be? IV, Weeks, Business Orchesis I, Music Club 3, Out- ing Club 3, Girls Chorus I. RAYMOND D. BARRY 20 Curve St. West Newton Ray - Ray Suppressed Desire: To be able to afford to own a new Cadillac Favorite Pastime: To find out what Mr. Hale is talking about IIIA, Warren, Service. into the secret recesses of the soul. ELMER C. BARTELS 63 Burden Road, Oak Hill Suppressed Desire: To get on the Honor Roll Favorite Pastime: S block lunch I, Weeks, College Dance Committees 3, Home Room Manager 2, Legislature 3, Orange Shield 3, Senior Play 3. EVELYN VERA BARTHELMES II West St., Nonantum Suppressed Desire: To travel I Will to N.H.S.: Automats for the cafeteria IV, Day, Business English Club 3, Home Economics Club I, Music Club 3, Personal- ity Club I, Badminton 3, Junior Red Cross Council 2, 3, Ves- pers 3. ESTELLE ROSE BARCLAY 3 Orchard St., Newton Stil, Jellybean, Stella, Stellie Suppressed Desire: l'Il never tell anyone, but the Desire, or should Il Favorite Pastime: Those certain enioyable weekends! With? II, 'Bigelow, College Music Club I, 2, 3, Orchesis I, Outing Club 2, Rifle Club 2, Spanish Club 2, Golf 3, Archery I, 2, 3, Volley Ball 3, Newtonite I, Spring Musical I, 2, Vespers I, Oftice Work I, 2. SELMA RUTH BASS 1483 Centre St., Newton Centre Selly Suppressed Desire: To go to Hawaii on my honeymoon Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Dis- secting a frog in Biology ll, Weeks, College Art Club I, 2, 3, French Club I, 2, Future Teachers Club 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Orchesis l, 2, 3, Dance Committees 2, 3, New- tonite 3, Senior Play 3, Inter- national Club 3. ii, g ff ,f -5 K nj. 'ifbm K kyfg. ' " ,ffE':1:',' , 1: :. ,754 sz:-' , is 321' 'rugs'- N ,NTI-i',' 5.21-if 35.,g::p..Mf.:1 -5-.:s :,z: .zsgffwffiwif-v ., liisw' .. faiiiiliil-:fs-sf. -. RICHARD TURNER BARRETTE 285 Franklin St., Newton Corner Tiny Suppressed Desire: To play spin the bottle in problems of de- mocracy I Will to. N.H.S.: The chairs they had to nail together to fit me II, Bigelow, College Camera Club I, Rifle Club I, 2, 3, Motion Picture Squad I, 2, 3. ANN RADCLIFFE BARRS 166 Chestnut St., West Newton IIABII Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The Colorado Exchange, and "my" little gold baseball I, Warren, College Music Club I, 2, 3, Cheer Leaders 2, 3, Dance Commit- tees I, 2, 3, Home Room Mana- ger I, 2, Legislature 3, Orange Shield 2, 3, Captain 3, Rally Committee 3, Vespers 2, School Exchange 2, Treasurer of the Associates 3, Civics Committee LEONARD CROSBY BASSETT JR. I5 Terrace Ave., Newton Highlands Cros Favorite Pastime: "Saying Hello" lRight, Jane?l I Will to N.H.S.: My voice to cheer with I, Weeks, College Baseball I, 2, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Indoor Track 3, Outdoor Track 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Newtonite 3, Legislature I, Orange Shield 2, 3, Music Club 3, Boys' Chorus 2, 3. i Qf HU' 'NH-"", , """' I 4' '5 it f ml ,--1-is -Lass., -- - f MP A' 42 .If 37" Il ,aff Q is I 'f f 1. ,, .. M' , ' 2 DOLORES BASTIANELLI 272 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Dee Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Bi- ology class in my sophomore year I Will to N.H.S.: A new cafe- teria and elevators II5 Warren5 College Library Club I5 Music Club I, 35 Personality Club 35 Usher 25 JANICE ROSAMOND BATES 46 Oakland Ave., Auburndale Favorite Pastime: Kaloopin' around I Will to N.H.S.: Mr. Bailey's delightful math classes II5 Warren5 College. I fa M I ? I ' 'I j K 1 Av K Q ...g " J' Q. DONALD ROBINSON BEAL 330 Central St., Auburndale Beags, Don, Donny Suppressed Desire: To caddy for J. C. Hall Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Those famous words of - "On your pins!" I5 Warren5 College Meteorology Club I, 25 Science Club 2. Mr. Walters LUCY MARY BEDIGIAN 85 Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Home Room 2307 I Will to N.H.S.: New leakproof tunnels IV5 F.A. Day5 Business. ROSE MARIE BELLI 204 Adams St., Newton Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Home Room 2307 I Will to N.H.S.: Escalators in all three buildings IV5 Day5 Business. Senior Play 3. ..., , 5 aa .KM f if 1 ! al 3, , f WW' , 4 931' 77 ,,,,,,,. i X 2 ff.- . AM! .gs . mf A. 4 ,gy 1-3555 ' STEPHEN MARK BERGER 29 Mayflower Rd., Chestnut Hill Steve Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Try- ing to heave the spear l6O feet I Will to N.H.S.: The times I hoped Mr. Ethier wouldn't call on me to recite French II5 Weeks5 College Rifle Club I5 Track, Indoor 2, 35 Track, Outdoor 2, 35 Orange Shield 3. JOHN DIXON BERGMAN 65 Woodbine St., Auburndale Dixie, "Whitey", "Ape Child" Suppressed Desire: To have a jungle on the campus Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Wo- men Drivers in Dr.-Ed Class I5 Warren5 College Basketball I, 2, 35 Intramural Sports5 Usher 3. PETER HENRY BERKOWITZ 67 Wodchester Drive, Chestnut Hill Taza Suppressed Desire: To find Betty Grable in a swimming pool in I206 Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Loring's history class I5 WeekS5 College Debating Club I5 International Club I5 Basketball I, 35 Intra- mural Sports I, 2, 35 Tennis I, 2, 35 Dance Committees I, 2, 35 Home Room Manager 35 Legisla- ture I, 25 Science Fair 35 Class MERRILL COLLINS BERMAN 78 Clements Rd., Newton "Meh" Favorite Pastime: Staying out of the "morgue" I Will to N.H.S.: "George" I5 Weeks5 College Meteorology Club I, 2, 3, Vice- president I, President 25 Basket- ball I5 Intramural Sports I, 25 Dance Committees I, 25 New- tonite 2, 3, Sports Editor 2, Editor-in-Chief 35 Legislature I5 Class Committee 35 Exchange 3. DOMINIC BERNARD BIANCHI, JR. 62 Lincoln Rd., Nonantum Mr. B Favorite Pastime: Joanne IV5 Our Lady's5 Service IK. DAVID JOSEPH BIBBO 60 Indiana Terrace, Newton Upper Falls Dave Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Koughan's History Class I Will to N.H.S.: Mr. Knapman's slide rule IV5 Weeks5 Business. Committee 25 P.T.S.A. 3. GILBERT WARREN BICKUM 275 Lexington St., Auburndale Gil Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The Newton-Waltham Game in "53" I32-3Il I Will to N.H.S.: Parking lots on the tops of building two and three I5 Warren5 College English 35 Music Club 35 Foot- ball I, 2, 35 Track, Indoor I, 2, 35 Track, Outdoor I, 2, 35 Legis- ature 35 Music Board 3, Chair- man 35 Spring Musical 25 Ves- pers I, 2, 3. Science Fair 25 aci d. iffvffai -.gfwtr .. fi'-7Q5'i"' .43 LOUIS JOSEPH BILSKI 41 Keefe Ave., Newton Upper Falls Buddy Favorite Pastime: Girls I Will to N.H.S.: One old shoe IIIA Auto5 Weeks5 Service Baseball I, Captain of Adminis- trative Aids. FRANCIS LAWRENCE BIOTTI 282 Watertown St., Nonantum Beeper Suppressed Desire: To go to: work some day Favorite Pastimei Seeing all thei girls walking between classes IV5 Day5 Service Football. l NANCY svnne BLACKLER 1 241 Austin St., West Newton 1Nan, Nance X' Favorite Pastime: Kaloopin' ifaround il Will to N.H.S.: My one ap- lpointment with Mr. Walen 5115 Warren5 College iFrench Club 15 Music Club 2, 35 rOrchesis 1, 35 Outing Club 15 iBasketball 25 Intramural Sports 1, 25 Tennis 35 Archery 15 Soft- ball 25 Dance Committees 1, 2, 35 Newtonite 25 Spring Musical V i i 'ff , set W fi 3' A I I ' :Y MTN . JUDITH BLOOM 54 Orchard Ave., West Newton Judy Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Swinging doors I Will to N.H.S.: An escalator ll5 Dorchester High5 College Art Club 35 Drama Club 35 Music Club 35 Golf 3. SUSAN BLOOM 63 Royce Rd., Newton Sue Favorite Pastime: Dieting with Linda Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: 2307 and Mr. Barsam I5 Weeks5 College French Club 25 Music Club 1, 25 Orchesis 1, 2, 3, President 35 Outing Club 35 Tennis 15 Soft- ball 25 Dance Committees 15 Legislature 1, 35 Orange Shield 35 Ushers 1, 25 Spring Musical 1, 25 Vespers 35 Girls Chorus 15 A , We, as graduating seniors, shall cherish THOMAS PETER BLOSSOM 89 Grove St., Auburndale Tom Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Foot- ball in 1953, especially the New- ton-Watham game l Will to N.H.S.: All the friend- ship and happiness that has been mine at N.H.S. ll5 Warren5 College Hunting and Fishing Club 15 ln- tramural Sports 15 Track, Indoor 1, 35 Track, Outdoor 2, 35 Spring Musical 25 Vespers 35 Boys' Chorus 1, 25 A Capella Choir 3. the symphony of sounds RICHARD JAMES BLUE 223 Church St., Newton Dick Favorite Pastime: Being with Mary ll5 Bigelow5 College Music Club 351.eglS10tUfe 35 Ves- pers 1, 2, 35 Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 35 A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3. JERALD JOSEPH BODNER 79 Charlemont St., Newton Highlands Jerry, Jer Suppressed Desire: To suppress my Desires Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Hav- ing Bonnie in my homeroom for 3 years ll5 Weeks5 College International Club 2, 35 Music Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 35 Dance Committees 2, 35 New- tonian 35 P.T.S.A. Social Rela- tions Board5 Civics Committee 35 Tigerama 35 Rally Committee 3, Chairman. YVONNE RUTH BLOOM 72 Woodchester Drive, Chestnut Hill Bonnie Suppressed Desire: To have two policemen hold a parking space for me when l arrive at 8:25 Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Hav- ing Jerry in my homeroom for three years 115 Weeks5 College Future Teachers Club 35 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Dance Commit- tees 2, 35 Spring Musical 15 Vespers 25 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. MARCIA ANNE BOISCLAIR 14 Walnut Hill Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Homeroom 2307 with Mr. Barsam IV5 Weeks Orchesis 2, 35 Spring Musical 2. A g -wil-v 't 'cg 5 .5 " 5' s ROBERT WALCOTT BLOMBERG 66 Stratford Rd., West Newton Bob Suppressed Desire: To be a Mas- ter Electrician Favorite Pastime: Repairing cars etc. lllA5 Warren5 Business. X.. . ... - ,z ,.- ,Q ,a 1,1 , 'G , I SUSAN PAULA BLOOMBERG 11 Hobart Road, Newton Centre Sue Favorite Pastime: Piano and ping Pong I5 Weeks5 College . Drama Club 2, 35 English Club 25 French Club 35 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Neophytes 15 Orchesis 1, 2, 35 Dance Committees 2, 35 Home Room Manager 15 New- tonian 35 Spring Musical 1, 2, 35 Vespers 2, 3. WAYNE WARREN BOLIVAR 16 Bigelow Terrace, Newton Corner Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The boys in the shop l will to N.H.S.: A bigger park- ing lot lllA5 Bigelow5 Service. PHILIP EVANS BOLTON 103 Hunnewell Ave., Newton Corner Phil Suppressed Desire: To slide down the railings in Building lll Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Room 2307 with Mr. Barsam 1, Boston Latin, College Neophytes I, Rifle Club I, 2, '3, Science Club 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee 1, Usher 3, Senior Play 3, Science Fair 2. JBA VEDA ILENE BOSSMAN 45 Miller Rd., Newton Centre Vickie Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Home room 2307 with Mr. Barsam I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mr. Barsam I, Weeks, College French Club I, 2, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Badminton 1, Dance Com- mittees 1, 2, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 2, Tennis I. JACQUELINE MAE BOUDREAU 17 Otis St., Newtonville Jackie Suppressed Desire: To be able to suppress my desires Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Home Room 2307 with Mr. Barsam ll, Day, College Art 1, Home Economics 3, Music 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, Dance Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, Home Room Manager 2, Legislature 3, Or- ange Shield 3, Rally Commit- DAVID AUSTIN BOURNE 82 Claypit Hill Rd., Wayland Dave Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Opening night of Tigerama ll, Weeks, College Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Legislature 1, 2, 3, Orange Shield 3, Rally Committee 3, Boys' Vice-President of the As- sociates 3, P.T.S.A. 3, Civics Board 3, Tigerama 3. KENNETH BRYSON BOWERS 224 Auburn St., Auburndale Suedes, Ken Suppressed Desire: To wear my red Bermuda shorts to a Legis- lature Dance I Will to N.H.S.: One slightly used derby with an orange ribbon Il, Warren, College Science Fair 2. tee 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, Tigerama 3, "Dialtones" 2, 3, OFtice Work 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. SUSAN CAROL BRAVMAN 226 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill Bunny Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Fri- days of my Sophomore year I Will to N.H.S.: What I wanted from this high school, but never received Il, Bigelow, College Music Club 1, 2, 3, Tennis 3, Dance Committees 2, 3. SUSAN BREITZKE 86 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre Sue Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Col- orado Exchange, Mr. Heintzel- man I Will to N.H.S.: A senior class with as much spirit as ours I, Weeks, College Music Club I, 2, 3, Orchesis I, Dance Committee l, Leader Corps 3, Newtonian 3, Social Board 3, Ushers 1, Spring Mu- sical 1, Vespers 2, School Ex- change 2, National Honor Society 2, 3, Senior Class Com- mittee 3, A Capella Choir I, Girls' Chorus 1, Senior Supper JANE MARTHA' BRENNER 21 Park Ave., Newton 58 Janey, Jani Favorite Pastime: Little business l'?l Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Just everyone and everything teven Mr. Baileyl I, Bigelow, College Art Club 2, Treasurer, French Club 2, 3, Latin Club 3, Music Club 3, Orchesis 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 3, Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, Spring Musical I, 2, 3, Ti- gerama 3. JOAN SYLVIA BRENNER 37 Botsford Rd., Chestnut Hill Joni Suppressed Desire: To have Miss J.S.B. changed to Mrs. W.G.B. Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My iunior year with Mr. Barsam Il, Jermiah E. Burke High, Col- lege Oftice Work I, 2. BONITA AVERY BREWER 19 Fern St., Auburndale Bonnie Suppressed Desire: To swim through the tunnels I Will to N.H.S.: Seeing-Eye doors I, Warren, College Music Club 3, Outing Club I, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Field Hockey 1, Softball 1, 2, 3, Volley Ball 3, Legislature 3. 3, Tigerama 3. THOMAS BREWER 1090 Walnut Street, Newton Highlands Tom Suppressed Desire: To drop marbles on The oil drums in the Building ll stair wells I Will to N.H.S.: One defective Model A engine I, Weeks, College Chemistry Club 2, Radio Club I, Science Fair I. NAOMI BRISK 24 Loring St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: S block studying? I Will to N.H.S.: An undissected frog I, Weeks, College Drama Club 3, French Club 2, 3, Future Teachers Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Neophytes I, Orchesis 1, Tennis 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Newtonite 3, Legislature 3, Spring Musical 1, 2, 3. EDWARD R. BROAD JR. 21 Elmore St., Newton Centre Ted I Will to N.H.S.: All my chemis- try notes for the benefit of unsuspecting juniors. I, Weeks, College English Club 2, Dance Com- mittees 1, Home Room Managers 2, Legislature 3, A Capella Choir 3, Social Board 3, Exchange 3. ANNE STUART BROCK 53 Bennington Sl., Newton Suppressed Desire: To ioin the Air Force I Will to N.H.S.: Newtonville lunches ll, Bigelow, College Cavalry Club 3, Archery 2, 3, Dance Committees 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 3. HARRY ROGERS BROCKINGTON 100 Erie Ave., Newton Highlands I, Weeks, College Indoor Track 3, Outdoor Track 2, 3, Orange Shield 3. CYNTHIA LILA BROWN 42 Richardson St., Newton Corner Cindy, Cinnie Suppressed Desire: To get all "A's" without lifting a finger Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My touchdown ll, Bigelow, College Home Economics I, 2, Music Club 3, Softball 'l, Volley Ball I, Vespers 2, 3. PAUL A. BROWN 27 Alexander Rd., Newton Highlands Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The lectures in Jack Hall's chemistry lab I Will to N.H.S.: My ability to lose snakes in Building Il I, Weeks, College Science Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Orange Shield 3, Senior Play 3, Science Fair 2, Legislature 2. ROBERT LAURENCE BURKE l6l Dickerman Rd., Newton Highlands Bob Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: His- tory with "Doc" Peltier I Will to N.H.S.: S block lunch I, Weeks, College Debating Club 2, 3, Hunting and Fishing Club 3, International Club 3, Marching Band I, 2, 3. and memories that recall our days at Newton High. The JUDITH DALE BURMAN II Wessex Rd., Newton Centre Judy, Jude, Burm Suppressed Desire, To catch up on all my lost sleep. Im- possiblel I Will to N.H.S.: A ferry boat to transport people through the tunnels I, Weeks, College English Club 2, 3, Future Teach- ers Club 2, Music Club 2, 3, Neophytes I, Golf 2, Tennis 2, Dance Committees 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 2, 3. FRANCIS JOHN BUTMAN 266 Adams Street, Newton "Skipper" Suppressed Desire: To become an engineer . I Will to N.H.S.: S Block lunch period IIIA, Day College BRENDA BRUCE 28 Lafayette Rd., Newton Lower Falls Bren Favorite Pastime: The Boofuses Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The wonderful friends l've made here I, Warren, College Drama Club 2, 3, Music Club 2, 3, Neophytes I, Outing Club I, Tennis I, 3, Dance Committees 2, 3, Home Room Manager 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Stage Crew I, Senior Play I, 3, Spring Musical I, 3, Class Committee 2, Tri- Hi-Y 2. GERALD EDWARD BUTTERWORTH I4 Regina Ter., Auburndale Gerry, "Hurricane", Butts, "Stein" Suppressed Desire: To keep a pair of white bucks white. to N.H.S.: A G.B.l. I Will championship I, Warren, College Football I, 2, Ice Hockey I, 2, 3, Co-Captain 3, Orange Shield 3. f 3 I -..u . L"'r,fT1f GEORGE A. BURGESS 47 Freeman St., Auburndale Favorite Pastime: 256 Lowell Ave. I Will to N.H.S.: My vast know- ledge in the automotive field IIIA, Warren, Service Football 2, 3, Indoor Track 2, 3, Outdoor Track 2, 3, Admin- istrative Aid. -15" -C ll' , s I X J . .11 A" - .ftl 5 .ft fy: ' p. 5 JOHN N. BURKE 'I24 High Street, Upper Falls Jack ll, College WILLIAM P. BYRNE I6 Columbia Ave., Newton Upper Falls "Bugs", "Bunzi" Favorite Pastime: Going out with the boys Friday night, and getting too tired to go out Saturday night I Will to N.H.S.: The shakes in 333 during my iunior year IIIA, Weeks, College Basketball I, 2, Golf I, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, Adminis- trative Aid 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3. ,', 4 Z I ' N , - 'cv qg . s .:-:, 4 x MII ,dir f l ' 'e' A Q" i f .' f I,',',i . Isla" gy 34133::.'.7i7i.'ilflj.',.2l , f . . - - - . !4'f.'e1Sf.r"t""f"-' 11 , -'ff'.'gz f .f.j7jf.jvr,1"' 7151 I' ,,, fe.- il ' infill: . -"..f' i 1 . -. - . :A-C'f.f3f15.t,::1lzl...:f! fl, .MK - ARTHUR CAIRA 41 Fair Oaks Ave., Newtonville Art Suppressed Desire: To go to college Fondest Memory of N.H.S., Try- ing to Gnd a parking space inear schoolt ll, Day, College Usher 3. MARIANNE CALLANDER 139 Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville "M, A." Favorite Pastime: Kaloopin' around, Johnson's I Will to N.H,S.: My clean P1 sneakers I, Warren, College Music Club 2, 3, Neophytes 1, Orchesis 1, Outing Club 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Tennis 3, Archery 1, Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, Legislature 2, 3, Senior Play Committee 3, Spring Musical 2, 3, Oftice Work 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Fencing 2, 3. VIRGINIA JOANNA CAMPANA 106 Auburn St., Auburndale Ginny, Sis Suppressed Desire, To become a good R.N. I Will to N.H.S.: All Marianne's suggestions ll, Bigelow, Nursing School Outing Club 1, 2, Tennis 1, Field Hockey 1, Newtonite 1. JOSEPH GEORGE CANCELLIER 135 Waban Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill Favorite Pastime, Waiting tor the 3:10 bell to ring Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The crowd at C lunch IIIA, Weeks, Service. JOAN MYRA CANNON 72 Highland Street, West Newton Joanie Favorite Pastime, following im- pulses Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Nov. 16, 1955 - June 9, 1956, 314 l, Newtrier High, Winnetka, Illinois, College Drama Club 3, Basketball 2, Intramural Sports 2, Dance Com- mittees 2, Legislature 3, Orange Shield 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 2, Vespers 3, P.T.S.A. 2, Student V.P. 3, Chairman of NANCY MARY CARDINALI IOO3 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Card, Cami Suppressed Desire: To slide down 'the bannisters Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Barsam ll, Weeks, College Home Room Manager I, Ex- change 3. SHEILA ROSE CAREY 351 Crafts St., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: Not to be late coming from 233 to H.R. Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Dress rehearsal for Spring Musical - H55.. I, Day, College Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 3, Spring Musical 2, Vespers 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3. Tigerama 3. 'W LEONA CARLL 9 Stratford Rd., West Newton Lee, "Nonie" Favorite Pastime: Going out with Sonny Fondest Memory of N.H.S., My Junior home room teacher, Mr. Waller IV, Warren, Business Orchesis I, Outing Club 1, Personality Club 1, Tennis 3, Senior Play 3. DAVID PHILLIPS CARR 12 Windermere Rd., Auburndale Dave Favorite Pastime, S Block Lunch I Will to N.H.S.: Wider doors in building I l, Warren, College Debating Club 3, Hunting and Fishing Club 1, Meteorology Club 3, Rifle Club 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Dance Cam- mitttees 3, Legislature 3. LOUIS TONY CARRABIS 201 Adams St., Nonantum Favorite Pastime: Shooting pool Fondest Memory of N.H.S., Mr. K. starting class - "All right, people". IV. 1' I ,lklifi ,EQ la Ag BARBARA ANN CARROLL 57 Adams Ave., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To become Mrs. Thomas L. Zoltek Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Waller and home room 2305 IV, Warren, Business Outing Club 3. JOHN JOSEPH CEDRONE 567 Watertown St., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To have my own garage Favorite Pastime: Playing hockey IIIA, Day, Service Administrative Aids 2, 3. Al. JOSEPH ROBERT CETRONE 238 Nevada St., Newtonville Favorite Pastime: 1st Dancing, 2nd Traveling I Will to N.H.S.: All the stairs in building Ill IIIA, Our Lady's High, Service Administrative Aid. JUNE MELANIE CHACRAN 128 Roundwool Rd., Newton Upper Falls Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Heintzelman l, Weeks, College French Club 2, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Recording Sec. 2, Neophytes 1, Spanish Club 3, Dance Com- mittees 1, 3, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Spring Musical 1, National Honor Society 2, 3, Tigerettes 1, 2, Newtonettes 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3, A Capella Choir 2, All-State Orchestra 1, 2. ROBERT ALAN CHESEBRO JR. IIO Carver Road, Newton Highlands "Chese" Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Knapman's math class I Will to N.H.S.: Something to steady bldg. I's shaky floors Il, Weeks, College Debating Club 3, Usher 3. ROBERT GRANT CHISHOLM 100 Randlett Park, West Newton Chis Suppressed Desire: Play hookey I Will to N.H.S.: Double lab periods I, Day, College Motion Picture Squad I, 2, 3. MARTHANN JUDITH CIBEL 30 Perkins St., West Newton Marty Suppressed Desire: To be in Washington, D. C. Favorite Pastime: Knitting ar- gyles for George ll, Woodrow Wilson High, Wash., D. C., College Basketball 3, Tennis 3, Senior Play Committee 3. MARGARET ANN CLARK 82 East Side Parkway, Newton Peggy Fondest Memory of N.H.S., The day I "dented" the driver ed. Chev. I Will Io N.H.S.: My study habits? I, Bigelow, College Art Club I, Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Archery 3, Soft- ball I, Dance Committees 2, 3, Newtonite 3, Stage Crew 3, Marching Band I, 2, 3, Concert Band I, 2, 3, Senior Play Com- mittee 3, Spring Musical Com- mittee 2, 3. rhythm of many feet struggling up the crowded stairway. CAROLYN CLEVELAND 24 Fairfield St., Newtonville Carol Suppressed Desire: To own my own swimming pool I Will to N.H.S.: Escalators in every building Il, Day, College English Club 3, Future Teachers Club 3, Music Club 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Council 3, Vespers I, 2, 3. ROCHELLE RUSSELL CLIFTON 97 Austin St., Newtonville Roche Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Cramping my toes to walk as an old lady in Senior Play I Will to N.I-l.S.: My cramped toes ll, Statesboro High, Georgia, College Drama Club 3, Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Soft- ball 2, 3, Volley Ball 3, Home Room Manager 3, Leader Corps 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Mu- sical 2, Vespers 3, Marching Band 2 Concert Band 2, FRANK ELDRIDGE CICCONE 145 Lexington St., Auburndale HBO.. Suppressed Desire: To be a suc- cess Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The way "Osifer" Joe parks the cars IIIA, Warren, Service Administrative Aid 2, 3. MARY LOU COFFEY I4 Larkspur Rd., Waban Lulu Suppressed Desire: To be as serious as this picture I Will to N.H.S.: The keys to my Cadillac car ll, Warren, College Home Economics Club I, Music Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Dance Committees 2, Home Room Manager I, 2, 3, leader Corps 3, Legislature I, 2, 3. NANCY ABBIE CINCOTTI 9 Elsworth Road, West Newton Nance Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: S block lunches tor 3 years with Lu-Lu, and Newton-Waltham game of "53" I Will to N.H.S.: Another THINK sign for Mr. Peterson I, Warren, College Music Club I, 2, 3, Outing Club I, 2, 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Newtonite 3, Legislature 2, 3, Orange Shield 3, Usher I, Senior Play Committee 3, Spring Musical Committee I, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus I, Tri-Hi-Y 2. CONCETTINA CIOCCA 25 Adams St., Newtonville Connie IIIB, Business. LAWRENCE COHEN 'I47 Blake St., Newtonville Larry Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Foot- ball games I Will to N.H.S.: All my school books II, Bigelow, College Meteorology Club 3, Rifle Club I, Ice Hockey I, 2, Outdoor Track 3. +3 s .-.,, -x...-Q. v MIRIAM S. COHEN 22 Gay Street, Newton Mimi Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Win- dows in 321 I Will to N.H.S.: My school spirit II7 Day7 College Cavalry Club 1, 2, 37 Future Teachers Club 17 Home Eco- nomics Club I7 Spanish Club 37 Archery 37 Junior Red Cross Council 2. NAOMI ROSE COHEN 405 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Re- ceiving an "A" in Math l?l, 2305 I Will to N.H.S.: More exchange teachers like Mr. Waller I7 Weeks7 College Future Teachers Club 1, 27 Mu- sic Club 1, 3j Dance Committees 1, 37 Junior Red Cross Council 17 Leader Corps 37 Class Committee 2, 37 Senior Play Committee 3. PAUL S. COHEN 16 Helene Rd., Waban Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Waller's home room7 English in 1204 I Will to N.H.S.: My brother, Mark. May N.H.S. survive! I7 Weeks7 College Drama Club 2, 37 Neophytes 17 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3j Dra- matics Board 2, 37 Science Fair 37 Drama Festival 27 Newtonian Representative 2. ROBERTA MERLE COHEN 10 Gray Cliff Rd., Newton Centre Bobbie Suppressed Desire: To get all ..A,S.. Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My iunior homeroom with Mr. Waller I7 Weeks7 College Music Club 1, 27 Neophytes 17 Anti-Smoking Committee 27 Dance Committees 1, 2, 37 New- tonite 27 Orange Shield 37 Civics STEPHEN ISAAC COHEN 107 Arnold Rd., Oak Hill Steve Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. llall's chemistry class I Will to N.H.S.: An elevator I7 Weeks7 College Chemistry Club 37 Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 27 Mathematics Club 37 Intramural Sports 1, 2j Danc: Committees 1, 27 Orange Shield 37 National Honor Society 2, 37 Assistant Homeroom Man- ager 27 Exchange 3. JAMES PHILIP COLLENTRO 1933 Commonwealth Ave Auburndale Jim Fondest Memory of N H S Jun nor year I Will to N H S A new air pump for Miss Kennedys fish I ll Day Col ege aseball 1 Foo a Indoor Track 3 Legislature 1 RICHARD GEORGE CONDON 53 Marshall St Newton Centre Suppressed Desire To graduate Fondest Memory of N H S Miss Kennedy s homeroom ll Weeks Intramural Sports 1 Committee 2. HELEN LOUISE CONNERS I16 Waltham St West Newton Blondie Suppressed Desire To be Mrs M Favorite Pastlme Being with Jimmy IV Watertown High Business Leader Corps 3 Ofhce Work GRACE DOROTHY CONSOLO 263 Pearl St Nonantum Suppressed Desire To be suc cessful in the future Fondest Memory of N HS Homeroom 2305 with Mr Waller IV Day Business CHARLENE A COOGAN 24 Freeman St Auburndale Suppressed Desire To travel Fondest Memory of N H S Homeroom 2305 with Mr Waller ll Warren College Orchesis 1 2 Outing Club 1 3 Rltte Club I Archery 3 Orange Shield 3 OFl1ce Work 3 JOSEPH EDWIN COONEY 81 Varick Rd Waban Coonskins .los Joe Junior year ll Warren College Indoor Track 2 Orange Shield 3 Boys Chorus HI Y2 3 A JACQUELYN ELAINE COOPER 73 Adams Ave West Newton Jill Jackie lump rope g en in all ym classes Wi to N H S Little was e baskets under each ink well hole ll Warren College Ou ing Club 1 2 Archery 1 2 Vespers 1 2 3 FRANCIS JOHN CORRIGAN 166 Ridge Ave Newton Centre Gus from college Fondest Memory of N H S Being with Pete Shagg IIIB Hillcrest College JOHN JENNINGS CRAPO 150 Gibbs St Newton Centre Jack Suppressed Desire To become a history teacher Favorite Pastime Reading books on European and American his tory ll Haverhill High School, COI lege 173. JJ., ' ,Bird . ' J- -I 7 U . ' . z 1 I , B , 2, 3j tb ll 17 i U 1 3' . - Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My Suppressed Desire: A course in Suppressed Desire: To graduate I .h U . 7 . 7 . i I iv 1 9 i . . .1 2 : I I 7 ' I 'll t- ' u . I' I , 1 , : ' . -5 : PAUL DENNIS CREHAN I2 Willard St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The Orange Shield I Will to N.H.S.: A higher fence around the football field ll, Bigelow, Service Leader Corps I, Marching Band I, 2, 3, Concert Band I, 2, 3. CHARLES A. CRONES 46 Alexander Rd., Newton Hlds. Charlie, C.G. Favorite Pastime: Main St., Hy- annis in the summer I Will to N.H.S.: My pipes II, Weeks, College Orange Shield 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Secretary 3. r . K ' ' ' - X -' . - ' I xx X ,, R ij f ga "rg: 1 JA ,, f . li, , wx .Q 1 ff f, c, QR ' ' ff' 1, .'1vQ. ,g'5,. . E ii s , .,.','w.a f,-V tri' f ffl if 1: ,Y ' 'f':t.4,y ,L 1 ' fyai iff . Q its lt? , I. 3 ,QQ ,. EARL FRED DAMESHEK 2I2 Auburn St., Auburndale Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My constant patronizing of the Building Ill office in my iunior year during C Block I Will to N.H.S.: All those cards that rapidly piled up in my record I, Warren, College Indoor Track I, 2, 3, Outdoor Track I, 3, Newtonite I, 2, 3, Usher I. STEVEN M. CURLEY 22 Olde Field Rd., Newton Centre Moroch, Curley Q., Curley Fondest Memories of N.H.S.: P. J. C.'s, Football, Sunday nights with the men II, Weeks, College Football I, 2, 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Indoor Track 2, 3, Outdoor Track 2, Boys' Ath- Ietic Board 3, Dance Committees 2, Orange Shield 2, 3, Captain 3, Ushers I, Glee Club I, Hi-Y 3, Class Committee 2, 3. K . , N ., ff? ww In M ., ,- s I , , , I 6 , " . ,ff 5 f :":-.ff'-.,- ,f , .as fy. . V, ,..a4',.,A Pan . 4 . ' fr V ' , ,f ,,,.r.x91f' the ticking JAMES FRANCIS DANGELO 62 Hawthorn St., Nonantum Deange Suppressed Desire: To drive a space ship to the moon Favorite Pastime: Chasing girls in the corridors IV, Day, Service Football I. of the classroom clock, JOSEPH SEBASTIAN DANIELE 332 Elliot St., Upper Falls Joe Suppressed Desire: To always be with my Nancy Favorite Pastime: Saturday nights at Longfellow IIIA, Weeks, College Administrative Aid 3, Captain 2, Student Council 2, President 3 lN.T.V.H.S.I I STEPHEN COCH RAN CURRIER 79 Pembroke St., Newton Centre "Cou" Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Walters' math class I Will to N.H.S.: My report cards I, Bigelow, College. STEPHEN PAUL DANOVITCH 37 Westbourne Rd., Newton Centre Steve, Danny Suppressed Desire:To join S.A.C. Favorite Pastime: Nightly meet- ings at Johnson's ll, Weeks, College Hunting and Fishing Club I, Rifle Club I, Intramural Sports 2, Ushers I, Stage Crew I, 2. -' A v.-.3 RICHARD JAMES CUSHING I9 Maple St., Auburndale Cush, Dick Suppressed Desire: To go steady I Will to N.H.S.: Kenyon Plan gym classes, more teachers like Mr. Packard, all my hidden talents lif they can be found, I, Warren, College Art Club I, Spanish Club 2, Outdoor Track 3, Dance Com- mittees 2, Usher I, Spring Mu- sical I, 2, Vespers 3, Glee Club I, Boys' Chorus I, 2, 3. JANE DAHL 47 Central Avenue, Newtonville Janie Favorite Pastime: the Boofus Fondest Memories of N.H.S.: Football, basketball, and base- ball games, all the wonderful friends I've made I, Day, College Art Club 3, International Club 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Outing Club 2, Basketball I, Tennis I, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Home Room Manager 2, Junior Red Cross Council I, 2, Legislature 3, Social Board 3, Tigerama 3, Class Committee 2, Exchange 3. ROBERT DUNCAN DAVIS 58 Everett St., Newton Centre "Fuzzy" Suppressed Desire: To have a larger lunch "oom I Will to N.H.S.: A larger park- ing lot IV, Brookline, Business. I 'FL' A ROBERT PAUL DECKER 154 Tremont St., Newton Centre Bob Favorite Pastime: Hockey I Will to N.H.S.: A quiet de- tention hall for Mr. Peterson ll, Bigelow, Service Ice Hockey, Boys' Chorus. 4 , DAWN ANNETTE DeFELICE 55 Wade St., Newton Highlands Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The day we graduate I Will to N.H.S.: A tunnel from Building I to Building Il IV, Weeks, Business. VICTORIA TERESA DELLICICCHI 204 California St., Newton Vickie, Vee, Dell Favorite Pastime: Eating my lunch in S Block Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Soph- omore year in room II8 IV, Day, Business Outing Club I, Leader Corps 3. r' ,Qi JANET ANN DeMICHELE I5 Floral Place, Newton Highlands .Ian Suppressed Desire: To be a nurse Favorite Pastime: "Slinking around" IV, Weeks, College Home Economics Club 2, Outing Club 2, 3, Basketball 3, Bad- minton 3, Softball 3, Volley Ball 3, Leader Corps 2, 3, Legislature 2. SHIRLEY WESTON DENHAM 56 Wildwood Ave., Newtonville Sharkey Suppressed Desire: To plant a nest of termites in Building I I Will to N.H.S.: All the empty lunch bags in my home room desk after S Block Il, Day, College Home Economics Club I, Music Club 3, Personality Club I, Badminton 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Coun- cil I, 2, 3, President 3, Legis- lature 2, Senior Play 3, Vespers HELEN EMILY DENTY 276 Lexington St., Auburndale Favorite Pastime: Dating Sonny IV, Warren, Business. E. MERRILL DEPHOURE 33 Chapin Rd., Newton Centre Chico, Thelonius Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All the conservative teachers I Will to N.H.S.: A penny: not to spend on iust one thing I, Weeks, College Chess Club 2, Tusitala 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Legis- lature 3. ARMEN DER HOHANNESIAN I8 Russell Rd., Newton Corner Butch ' Favorite Pastime: Sports Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The wonderful friends I got to know I, Il, Bigelow, College Intramural Sports I, 2, Spring Musica-I 2, 3, Vespers 2, 3, A Capella Choir, Exchange 3. 3. PAUL ROGER DEUTSCH I0 Alden St., Newton Centre Deutschel Suppressed Desire: To stop smoking cancer tubes Favorite Pastime: Smoking can- cer tubes I, Weeks, College Rifle Club I, 2, Intramural Sports I, 2. WILLIAM E. JOHN PETER D'INNOCENZO DEBENEDETTO I5 Cibil Path, Oak Hill Park I49 Parmenter Rd., West Newton Bill Suppressed Desire: A bigger lunch room I Will to N.H.S.: A bigger park- ing lot IIIB, IV, Weeks, Service Intramural Sports. Jack Favorite Pastime: Trying to think of ways to get out of study hall I Will to N.H.S.: A new ranch- house type high school I, Day, College Meteorology Club 3, Science Club I, 2, Motion Picture Squad 2, Spring Musical 2, 3. ANGELO EMILIO DiCICCO 25 Churchill St., Newtonville IIIA, Our Lady's High, Service. CHARLES RAYMOND DiRUSSO 976 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Chuck Suppressed Desire: To have more tables in the Iunch room I Will to N.H.S.: A bigger park- ing lot IV, Sacred Heart, Business Rifle Club 2. 273 st'- is , fi 353' a 4,13 fx, 13:42 ,,. 4 S-was -2, 'J . 25, '-3:31 -' 6,-5, ts I 5. ,.: , ss.fFJ'. I f ' 1. STEPHEN JOHN DOCTOROFF 41 Sheldon Road, Newton Centre Doc, Steve Suppressed Desire: A peaceful C Lunch Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Sen- ior year I, Boston Latin, College International Club I, 2, 3, Base- ball l, Civics Committee 2, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, New- tonian Assistant Editor 3, Legis- lature 2, Orange Shield 3, School Exchange 2,0range Book i Assistant Business Manager 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, Class Second Vice-President 3, Associate Council 2, Class Com- mittee 2, Latin Club I, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, President 3. I I I I k . . I I THOMAS .IOEL DOKTON 160 Randlett Pork, West Newton Tommy Suppressed Desire: To find a parking space within limits of Newton High I Will to N.H.S.: An overpass going from the third floor of Building Il to the third floor of Building I I5 Day5 College Cavalry Club 35 Latin Club I, Treasurer I5 Music Club I, 2, 35 Rifle Club 35 Dance Committees 35 Legislature 35 Science Fair 2. DAVID ALAN DOLAN 6II Centre St., Newton Dave Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Row- ing Iessons in Mr. Paige's class I Will to N.H.S.: A flat bottom motorboat for Mr. Paige II5 Bigelow5 College. f if 5 .539 ,i 1: -1. X' .,:,::f I s D 42 5 M. F , if CAROLYN ALICE DOLBIER 28 Ash St., Auburndale Cal, Carol Suppressed Desire: To marry R. C. Favorite Pastime: Thinking up schemes on how to see R. C. II5 Warren5 College. ,A :1,, X, 5, s 3 Q, f. 222 42 V64 .yew , '- . '33 5 y .5 5 . 1. ,. 5 ,V I ...s...,...2..,,,..-.....5,,,,,, 5 Qi , was , ,Q is 5 , Mb f ., ' 'lt' It . , 4 I S' Q the unison of voices as we salute the flag, and I ' 5 f 7 1 1 5 . s s ,r fl X .7 5-,...4 2 4-gg Q.-f i A t ' hh ' -cl . . . it-1 , - fi ,.:.......,, init K 5 fN"'X"' I' me so W .. , Vghxs ff '13 X BRIAN RICHARD DOOLEY 22 Grayson Lane, Newton Lower Falls Dool, Homer, Shultz Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Early morning practice with J. C. I Will to N.H.S.: A G.B.I. cham- pionship I5 Warren5 College Ice Hockey I, 2, 35 Intramural Sports I, 2, 35 Orange Shield 35 Rally Committee 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 Glee Club I. JANET ELIZABETH DOSWELL I9 Central Close, Auburndale Jeddy, Dos, Jan Favorite Pastime: Kaloopin' around Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The days when I wasn't there IV5 Warren5 College International Club 35 Music Club 35 Outing Club 35 Anti-Smoking Committee I5 Newtonian 35 New- tonite 35 Social Board I5 Vespers 35 Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 35 P.T.S.A. 2, 3. CAROL SYLVIA DOUGLAS Il Fairview St., Newton Favorite Pastime: Figuring out what people are thinking Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My iunior year I5 Bigelow5 College Music Club 2, 35 Rifle Club I5 Spanish Club 35 Vespers I, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus I, 2, 35 Orches- tra I, 2. BRUCE MacGREGOR CAROL DOWNING RICHARD LEE DUMAIS MURIEL ESTELLE ROBERT EFFENSON DOW 8I Avalon Rd., Waban Loose Suppressed Desire: To get rid of the "red tape" at Newton High Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The Boulder, Colorado Exchange I5 Weeks5 College Intramural Sports I, 2, 35 Tennis I5 Dance Committees I, 2, 35 Legislature I, 2, 35 Rally Com- mittee 2, 35 School Exchange 25 National Honor Society 2, 35 Class President I, 25 President of the Associates 35 P.T.S.A. Board of Directors I, 3. 72 Concord St., Newton Lower Falls Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Merritt and the music at N.H.S. I Will to N.H.S.: The radiators in Building I I5 Warren5 College English Club 2, 35 Music Club I, 2, 35 Neophytes I5 Rifle Club I5 Archery I5 Assistant Home Room Manager 25 Home Room Manager 35 Stage Crew I5 Usher I, 2, 35 Vespers 2, 35 Spring Musical I, 2, 35 Tigerettes I, 25 Newtonettes 35 A Capella Choir I, 2, 35 Glee Club I5 Girls' Chorus I5 All State Chorus 2, 35 New England Chorus I. 52 Crehare Drive, Newton Lower Falls Dick, Kick Suppressed Desire: To have free lunch periods at the square Favorite Pastime: Having lunch periods down in the square I5 Warren5 College Baseball I5 Basketball I5 Intra- mural Sports I, 2, 35 Ushers I, 25 Home Room Manager I, 25 Science Fair I. I 9 EFFENSON I5I Florence St., Chestnut Hill Eftie, Mure Favorite Pastime: Trying to fig- ure out boys with the Brighton girls Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: A certain red Chevrolet Bel-Air convertible waiting outside at 2:30 II5 Brighton High School5 College Future Teachers Club 2, 35 Span- ish Club 35 Oltice Work 3. ,GI ' is V . ISI Florence St., Chestnut Hill Bob, Eftie Suppressed Desire: To see the Red Sox win the World Series Favorite Pastimez Arguing with my father about Ted Williams I5 Brighton High SchooI5 College Spanish Club 35 Usher 2. 2 DEANE CUSHING ELLIS 46 Oakwood Rd., Auburndale "Snark" Favorite Pastime: Looking at girls IIIA Radio, VVarren, Service Aviation Club, Administrative Aid 3 JOHN J. ENGLISH 44 Faxon St., Newton Johnny Suppressed Desire: To become an "A" student Favorite Pastime: Being on the track team IV, Day, Service Football I, 2, 3, Indoor Track I, 2, 3, Outdoor Track I, 2, 3. TERESA PHILLIS ENGLISH 44 Fayon St., Newton Tee Favorite Pastime: Being with Jackie I Will to N.H.S.: Showers in gym without running water IV, Day, Business Outing Club I. LEWIS ALLEN EPSTEIN 299 Prince Street, West Newton Lewy, Lew Suppressed Desire, To make a million dollars Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My A.F.S. summer I, Warren, College English Club 2, 3, French 2, ln- ternational Club I, Baseball I, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Home- room Manager I, Newtonian Circulation Editor 3, Newtonite I, 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Orange Book Business Manager 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, Class Committee 2, Honor Study 2, 3, American Field Service ANN ROBERTA FACTOR IOO East Side Parkway, Newton Pinky, Max Suppressed Desire: To continue "to beat the cIock" Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The tunnels to the salt mines ll, Bigelow, College Future Teachers Club I, Latin Club 3, Music Club 3, Dance Committees 3, Newtonite 2, Spring Musical 3. International Scholarship 2. ROBERT FAIRBANKS Pleasant St., Millis Suppressed Desire: To graduate Favorite Pastime: Working on cars ' IIIA, Saxonvile, Service , y, , 4-ff. btifhi "JJ, ap: ,vi I: g'f i 'J it f-"fm, .1 -. ,r,zt,,f.:' .- . ' Hfwaf lair, 5 ,I 1 - PHILIP BRODER FALKSON I84 Grant Ave., Newton Centre Taza Favorite Pastime: Getting on my "pins" I Will to N.H.S.: A Carton of blue cards for Miss Titcomb I, Weeks, College Drama Club 2, International Club 2, 3, Mathematics Club 3, Intramural Sports I, Tennis I, 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Orange Shield 3, Ushers 3, Class Committee 3, ANN MARIE FALLON 30 Kensington Ave., West Newton Scrocko Favorite Pastime: Jim "Mac" Mclvor I Will ta N.H.S.: Two more girls for Mr. Packard, like Mary Lou and Ann IV, Frank A. Day, Business Outing Club I, Usher 2. NANCY FANE 23 Eddy St., West Newton Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Ev- erybody and everything ll, Day, College Music Club I, 2, 3, Outing Club I, 2, 3, Basketball I, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Legislature I, Usher I, Spring Musical I, Vespers I, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, A Capella Choir 3, Girls' Chorus I, 2, Glee Club I. ALFREDA FARINA 53 Bridge St., Newton Freddie Suppressed Desire: To succeed I Will to N.H.S.: My math classes I, Day, College Drama Club 3, French Club 2, Latin Club I, 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Rifle Club I, Basketball I, 2, 3, Tennis 3, Field Hockey I, 2, 3, Softball I, 2, 3, Volley Ball I, 2, Dance Committees 2, 3, Girls' Athletics Board 3, Home Room Manager I, Leader Corps 2, Newtonite 3, Orange Shield 2, 3, Captain 3, School Ex- change 3. ANTHONY JOHN FARRINGTON I54 Randlett Park, West Newton Bud Favorite Pastime: Playing drums Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Boul- der Exchange ll, Warren, College School Exchange 2, Marching Band I, 2, 3, Executive Board 3, President 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3, Dance Band I, 2, 3. ALOHA ROBERTA FAVOR ZI9 Commonweath Ave., Chestnut Hill Bobbie Favorite Pastime: Writing letters to a certain someone Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Those S blocks with "Tweetie" II, Weeks, College French Club I, Music Club I, 2, 3, Badminton I, Dance Com- mittees I, Spring Musical 2, Vespers 3, Office Work 3, A Capella Choir 3. , 5- ...vi r NANCY JOAN FAY I85 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville Nanci, Fayzie Favorite Pastime: The blue M.G.! Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The great kids, the wonderful times, and pumpkin night. II, Day, College French Club 2, 3, Future Teach- ers Club 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Dance Committees 2, 3, Rally Committee 3, Ushers I, 2, 3, Spring Musical 2, Vespers I, 2, 3, Class Committee 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Glee Club I, Tigerama 3, A Capella Chair 2, 3. SALLY LEA FEINBERG 47 Nobscot Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To have breakfast served on the school bus I Will to N.H.S.: Kenyon plan gym classes I, Weeks, College Cavalry Club 2, Future Teachers Club I, 2, 3, President 2, Home Economics Club 3, Latin Club I, Music Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Tennis 3, Dance Com- mittees I, 2, 3, Newtonite 3, Legislature I, 2, Orange Shield 3, Spring Musical I, 3, School Exchange 2. ,,:gf:q:,,"' " , ,.,,,,.,., A 1 is , :e s X I 'GT A .l,,i':- Jigsaw , MICHAEL DAVID ALYCE JOAN MICHAEL FENTON JAMES FERGUSON FREDERICK B. FINK FEINSTEIN FELDMAN 209 Central St., Saxonville 176 Adams Ave., West Newton 524 Lowell Ave., 70 Goiioiioi Ro., 55 Miller Road, Deun Fulkse Nowionviiio Newmn Cemre Newton Cemre Suppressed Desire: To be friends Favorite Pastime: Going out with Fred Micky Alhyis ' with G.B. l Shirl Favorite Pastime: Watching the Fcvome pastime: Ewing 5 block Suppressed Desire: To be Hke Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Radio Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Get- columns of smoke drift lazily lunch Barbara Perlmutter? Depl- I . s llng out Ol' 2:30 Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: VG- iwiii to N.H.S.: An oighi miiiiiio Favorite Pastime: Thinking up "lA: sclxollvllle lf- H'9l1: Bufl- ll: Weeks: College- cation ness. passing bell for those going to 144 I, Weeks, College Science 1, 2, Dance Committees 1, 2. suppressed desires I, Weeks, College Cavalry Club 3, English Club 3, Future Teachers Club 3, Music Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Tennis 2, 3, Dance Committees I, F.A. Day, College Debating Club 2, 3, Drama Club 2, 3, Neophytes 1, Dance Com- mittees 2, Senior Play 3, Social Room Host 3. the beating of hearts in anticipation of the 2,30 bell, JOYCE S. FIRESTINE EDWARD HENRY SHAUN MICHAEL MICHAEL HERBERT 36 Befnufd Sf-i FISHER FLANAGAN FLEISHER Newloll Highlands 46 Nonantum St., 1669 Washington St., 150 Grant Ave., Fondest Me"llol'Y uf N-H-5-1 Al' Newton Corner West Newton Newton Centre le9'Pl I I Cookie-Duster Favorite Pastime: Coin collecting, Mike, Fletch l Wlll to N-l'l'S-f A BU'ld'n9 lv Favorite Pastime: Raiding Thun- Archery Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: ll? Weeks? College derbird's wine cellar Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: No Boulder Exchange Music Club 1: 2: 3: Music i wiii to N.H.S.: My mustache swimming pool I Will to N.H.S., "I love ya to Board 2: 3: Spring Musica' 1: to "Pop" whiio ii, si. Moiys High, College death, kid, boi goo you're 2: 3: Vefpefs 2: 3: Drum Muiuf- iiiA, Bigelow, Service. Rino 3, P.T.s.A. stupid" ette li 2, 3- l, Weeks, College PT, Music Club 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Dance Com- mittees l, 2, 3, Home Room Managers 1, 2, Newtonian 3, Legislature 1, 3, School Ex- change 2, Social Room Host 3. ti JUDITH ANN FINN 501 Beacon St., Chestnut Hill Judy Suppressed Desire: To have a monkey Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My junior year I, Weeks, College English Club 2, 3, French Club 1, 3, Music Club 2, 3, Orchesis 2, Tennis 1, Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, .lunior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, Usher 1, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 1, 3. NANCY JEAN FOLEY 743 Washington St., Newtonville Nance, "Peaches" Suppressed Desire: To get to school at 8:10 I Will to N.H.S, A can of Cash- mere Bouquet talc for every girl's gym locker I, Day, College Future Teachers Club 2, Music Club 3, Orchesis 3, Outing Club 2, Spring Musical 2, 3. f- KN ifhiiiifois Latin Club 37 Music Club 1, 2 SARA EVELYN FORAN I8 Myrtle St., West Newton Sally Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The football games7 English in 146 I Will to N.H.S.: A tunnel direct from Building I to Building ll ll7 Warren7 College Music Club 1, 2, 37 Neophytes 17 Outing Club 1, 2, 37 Spanish Club 27 Dance Committees 2, 37 Usher 17 Vespers 1, 2, 3. NANCY S. FRAIL 4 Applegarth St., Newton Centre Nan, Nance Favorite Pastime: Dreaming of the future and my "Harry James" Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Foot- ball games, Legislature dances, friends l've made ll7 Weeks7 College CONSTANCE JUDITH FORBES 12 Whittemore Rd., Newton Connie Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Junior year7 football games7 and all the great kids I Will to N.H.S.: Orange and black raincoats for the cheer- leaders ll7 BigeIow7 College Music Club 1, 2, 37 Orchesis I7 Outing Club 1, 37 Volley Ball 17 Civics Committee 37 Cheer- leader 2, 37 Dance Committees I, 2, 37 Junior Red Cross Council 17 Legislature 37 Orange Shield 3, Captain 37 Usher 17 Spring Musical 1, 2, 37 Vespers 1, 2, 37 JUDITH ANNE FORBES I22 Danehill Rd., Newton Highlands Judy Favorite Pastime: Watching S block band practice from room 327 Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My iunior year, and all the kids I have met ll7 Weeks7 College Music Club 1, 2, 37 Orchesis 1, 2, 37 Outing Club 37 Personality Club I7 Tennis 1, 27 Spring Musical 2, 37 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 37 Glee Club 1. STEPHEN BRADLEY FORMAN 1081 Centre St., Newton Centre Steve Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Graduation I Will to N.H.S.: An elevator to room 23C I7 Weeks7 College French Club 27 Mathematics Club 37 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 37 Tennis 1, 2, 37 Dance Com- mittees 2, 37 Home Room Man- ager 37 Orange Book 2, 37 Usher 37 Social Room Host 3. NANCY SHIRLEY FORTE 38 West St., Newton Favorite Pastime: Thinking ot the very near future Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All the showers I skipped in gym IV7 Day. PAUL DAVID FRAWLEY 125 Franklin St., Newton Suppressed Desire: To get the service over and settle down Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mother Hush IV7 Assumption High7 Service. ARLENE ELIZABETH FREEMAN 53 Morton St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To get the keys to my Cadillac car! I Will to N.H.S.: Bigger and bet- ter desk tops to hide behind during S block II7 Weeks7 College Art 17 Cavalry 37 Neophytes 17 Music Club 1, 2, 37 Orchesis 1, 27 Dance Committees 1, 2, 37 Usher I, 37 Tri-Hi-Y 37 Girls' Chorus 17 Home Economics Club 17 Personality Club 1. PATRICIA LEE FREEMAN 8 Wenham Rd., Newton Highlands Patti Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: A certain May 30 of 1955 I Will to N.H.S.: An elevator for Building I ll7 Weeks7 College Cavalry Club 1, 2, 37 English Club 37 Future Teachers Club 37 Library Club 17 Orchesis 37 Outing Club 37 Badminton 1. SANDRA TOBY FRESHMAN 23 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Sandy Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Willard's homeroom I Will to N.H.S.: Traffic lights for all the stairways ll7 Weeks7 College 17 Future Teachers Art Club 1, 27 Alpha Beta Club 17 Future Teachers Club 37 Orchesis 37 Spanish Club 37 Dance Committees I, 2, 3. Archery 37 Jr. Office Work 2, 3. MICHAEL GORDON FRIEZE 31 Tamworth Road, Waban Mike Suppressed Desire: To get good marks without doing homework Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Chemistry i?I with "J.C." I7 Weeks7 College Drama Club 27 Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, President 37 Football 17 Intramural Sports 27 Anti-Smoking Committee 37 Dance Committees 27 Finance Board 37 Newtonian 37 National Honor Society 2, 37 ELLEN JUDITH FREEMAN 40 Homer St. Newton Centre Judy Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Heintzelman and Herr Packard I Will to N.H.S.: Ashtrays for the school buses I7 Weeks7 College Newtonian, Editor-in-chief, 37 Wilmington Exchange 27 Na- tional Honor Society 2, 37 Girls' Chorus 17 Legislature 1, 37 Cavalry Club 1, 2, Secretary 27 English Club 37 Math Club 17 WINIFRED JOYCE FURMAN 577 Commonweath Avenue, Newton Centre Winnie Suppressed Desire: To have the teachers forget the homework at the end of the period l Will to N.H.S.: A smoking room I7 Weeks7 College Cavalry Club 1, 2, 37 French Club 27 Music Club 1, 2, 3. RICHARD STEPHEN GALE 43 Sherbrooke Rd., Newton "Shining Light Tower", Shin- ing, "Obie" Suppressed Desire: To suppress my desire I Will to N.H.S.: "The Princess" II7 Weeks7 College French Club 17 Meteorology Club 1, 2, 37 Football 17 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 37 Dance Committees 27 Stamp Club 27 Newtonite 27 Assistant Home- room Manager 2, 3. JOAN GALLAGHER I5 Churchill Terrace, Newtonville Joanie, Jo Favorite Pastime: The Boofus Club Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: En- ioying S block band practice from the heights of 328 I, II, Day, College - Art Club 3, Outing Club 2, Bas- ketball 2, 3, Tennis 3, Softball I, Dance Committees 2, Home Room Manager 2. EMILY MARIA GALLO 828 Walnut St., Newton Centre Em, Emmie Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Honor studies, baseball games I Will to N.H.S.: The abolish- ment of the Spanish reader Il, Weeks, College Music Club 2, 3, Personality Club I, Spanish Club 2, 3, Spring Musical 2, 3. DIANE EDITH GARFIELD II Clements Rd., Newton , Di Suppressed Desire: To iump from the fourth floor of Build- ing I I Will to N.H.S.: My parking space on Pulsifer St. I, Weeks, College Cavalry Club I, 2, Drama Club 2, 3, Alpha Beta Club I, Music Club I, 2, 3, Dance Committees 2, 3, Spring Musical 2, 3, Girls' Chorus I, 2.3. fi' E , when again the dormant corridors PAUL ANTHONY BERNARD GILFIX MICHELE GILMAN GIGLIOTTI 2 Nottingham St., 'I34 Langdon Sl., Newton 109 Lexinggon SLI Newton Centre Shelley Aubumdale Bern, Gil Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Our -5995, Gig Suppressed Desire: To be a win- fabulous Wilmington Exchange! Suppressed Desire: To remove ner! I W'II Io N'H'S': MY Ilme I?I the doors between the girls' and boys' gym Favorite Pastime: Football, girls, and popular records IIIA, Warren, Service Class Committee 2, Administra- tive Aids. Favorite Pastime: Losing l, Weeks, College Intramural Sports I, 2, Dance Committees I, Legislature 3. green gym suit II, Bigelow, College Cavalry Club 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Outing Club l, 2, 3, Tennis 2, Field Hockey I, Volley Ball I, Dance Committees 3, Leader Corps 3, Legislature 3, Ushers I, School Exchange 2, National Honor Society 2, 3, Girls' Chorus I, Basketball I. ,-... fb- LARRAINE GAYZAGIAN 156 Waverly Ave., Newton Lo, Lou Favorite Pastime: Those certain weekends I Will to N.H.S.: Baby-leg, Lip- sticks, and squeaking doors I, Bigelow, College Music Club l, 2, 3, Neophytes I, Spanish Club 2, 3, Golf 2, Dance Committees 3, Newtonian 3, Spring Musical I, Vespers I, 2, 3, Social Room Hostess 3, Girls' Chorus I, 3, A Capella Choir 2, 3, Glee Club I. BARRY STEVEN GILVAR I9 Arden Rd., Newtonville Beak, Gil Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: P.J.C'S, football, track, and Sun- day nights with the men. I Will to N.H.S.: My collection I and II, Day, College Football I, 2, 3, Intramural Sports I, Indoor Track I, 2, Captain 3, Outdoor Track I, 2, 3, Dance Committees 2, Home Room Manager 3, Orange Shield 3, Class Committee 2, Hi-Y 2, 3. . , 5 Lg s ' il' , -S. . 'fr " .4-Ei 'f -M. L -tm is rich- :fl r ek BRENDA JUDITH GEFFEN 7 Spaulding Lane, Oak Hill Bunny Suppressed Desire: T. O. B. E. M. R. S. L. D. G. M. D. Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The graduation of 1955 I, ll, Solomon Lewenberg High, College Cavalry Club 2, French Club I, 2, Music Club I, 2, 3, Dance Committees 2, Spring Musical 2, Office Work 3. ji in, E A GEORGE HENRY GELLER Il Gordon Rd., Waban Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Every day l've spent here I Will to N.H.S.: Hipboots for Mr. Hall I, Warren, College Debating Club I, Latin Club I, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 3, Mathematics Club 2, Intramural Sports I, Dance Committees 2, Newtonian 3, Legislature 2, 3, Senior Play 3, School Exchange 2, National Honor Society 2, 3, Associate Council 3, Boys' Chorus I. FREDERICK SALVATORE GIORDANO 27 Auburndale Ave., West Newton Fred, Jigger, Delbert Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: That nightmarish iunior year of J.C. Hall for chemistry and T.G. Walters for math I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mr. Walters I, Warren, College latin Club I, 2, 3, Music Club 2, Spanish Club 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, Marching Band 2, 3, Dance Band I, 2, 3, .IUDITH BARBARA GLASER 37 Kenmore St., Newton Centre Judy Favorite Pastime: Just living Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Every minute in I46 I, Weeks, College Drama Club 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Neo- phytes I, Civics Committee 3, Dance Committees I, 2, Dra- matics Board 3, Chairman 3, Newtonite 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 3, Legislature 3, Usher I, Spring Musical 2, 3, Vespers I, 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, CAROL ELLEN GOLDBERG 35 Garland Rd., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Counting the days until vacation I Will to N.H.S.: An automat to replace the cafeteria I, Weeks, College Drama Club 3, French Club I, 2, 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Dance Committees 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Newtonite 2, 3, Senior Play 3- Spring Musical I, 2. WILLIAM L. GOLDBERG I7 Westbourne Rd., Newton Centre Bill Favorite Pastime: Waiting for 2:30 bell I Will to N.H.S.: Mr. Peterson's stale iokes ll, Weeks, College Rifle Club I. CHESTER J. GOLDEN 78 Hopkinson St., Wellesley Hills Mickey Suppressed Desire: To be a shovel operator Favorite Pastime: Hunting and weight lifting IIIA, Wellesley Junior High, Business. PAULA JUNE GOLDMAN II2 Gordon Rd., Waban Polly Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Munching carrots in home room I Will to N.H.S.: A class of "little gee-sters" for J. C. I, Warren, College Chemistry Club 3, Secretary 3, English Club 3, French Club 2, Music Club I, 2, 3, Math Club I, Dance Committees I, 3, Usher I, Legislature I, 2, Ves- pers 2, Girls' Chorus I, 2, Spring Musical Make-up Com- mittee I, 2, 3, Scholarship Roll I, 2, 3, Tennis 3, Newtonian Vespers I, 2, 3. PAUL EDWARD GOLDSTEIN 544 Ward St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To be ac- cepted at Radcliffe Favorite Pastime: Taking out Helen, Judy, Susan, Ruth, Betty I, Weeks, College Mathematics Club 2, 3, Rifle 2, Intramural Sports 3. SUSAN DONNA GOLDSTEIN 7 Ireland Rd., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Frat parties at Phi Epsilon Pi I Will to N.H.S.: Airwick for the cafeteria! Il, Weeks, College Art Club I, 2, 3, Music Club I, Dance Committees 2, Senior Play Committee, Spring Musical I, Vespers I, Social Room Hostess, Office Work 2, Girls' Chorus I. MARK A. GOLUB I39 Brackett Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Barsam's biology class I Will to N.H.S.: More wonder- ful teachers to add to the ones already here I, Bigelow, College English Club 3, French Club 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Rifle Club I, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Dance Committees 2, 3, Home Room Manager 3, Newtonite 3, Music Board 3, Spring Musical I, 2, 3, Vespers 2, 3, Harmonairs Copy Editor. GRACE McWALTER GOODALE 85 Ridge Rd., Waban Gracie Suppressed Desire: To learn how to drive Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Wal- tham-Newton game, I953, Mr. Packard's radiator I, Weeks, College Home Economics Club I, Treas- urer, Music Club I, 2, 3, Per- sonality Club I, Treasurer, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Legis- lature 3, Ushers I, 2, 3, Spring Musical 2, Tigerettes I, 2, 3, ELINOR RUTH ' GOODMAN 128 Cabot St., Newton Ellie Suppressed Desire: To take a spin in a flying saucer from Mars I Will to N.H.S.: My worn out shoes from coming from the third floor of Building ll to the fourth floor of Building I ll, J.E. Burke High, College Future Teachers I. ELLEN PHYLLIS GOODMAN 9 Longfellow Rd., Newton Suppressed Desire: To own my own car someday I Will to N.H.S.: Mr. Paige's U.S. history class II, Warren, College Future Teachers Club I, Music Club I, 2, 3. BRENDA RUTH JAMES ALAN GORDON JEAN ELEANOR GORDON 87 Withington Rd., GORDON 67I Beacon St. Newton Centre Bren Fondest Memory of N.H.S., Colorado Exchange I Will to N.H.S.: A class of vaches espagnoles for Mr. Ethier I, Weeks, College Newtonian, Advertising Editor, 3, Colorado Exchange 2, ACap- pella Choir 3, Orange Book 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, Vespers 2, -English Club 3, French Club 2, Latin Club 2, Math Club I, Art Club I. Newtonville Jim Favorite Pastime: Loafing Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: I953 championship football team I, Weeks, College Intramural Sports I, 3, Legisla- 35 Lindbergh Ave., West Newton Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: 2:30 P.M. bell I Will to N.H.S.: A tunnel be- tween buildings one and two I, Warren, College I'-We :fi Foolball Manage' lf 2' French Club 2, International 31 Sflenfe F'-'HY lf 3i H0CkeY Club I, Music Club 2, Senior Manager 3. play 3. ANN GORGONE 11 Star Rd., West Newton Suppressed Desire: That all teachers were like Mr. Kappas - 329 Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Working in Building I oftice 1, 2, 3, years IV, Warren, Business Building I office 1, 2, 3. ROSLYN PATRICIA GORMAN 136 Gordon Rd., Waban Rozzie Suppressed Desire: To play quarterback for Newton High in the Brookline game Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Cer- tain football players I, Warren, College Art Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Drama Club 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Neo- phytes 1, Basketball 1, 2, Field Hockey 1, 2, Badminton I e ww -of fy -,,y,..,,,y., ,, Mg ,.,,,,.,.,-,,...,,w,w,,..,7 .4.. , P... ,. . f Z if ' ' N1-., - 1 ' ttsf Q.. ---Q A 4 1" l . " if , 2 fi il. V, ,. . , . ' - 'I Ms f I - .5 ' '15 I 2 , , f f 'f , Vp -.Pi ' ' 34 laudholm Rd. Newton Bob Suppressed Desire: To live with- out sleep Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Heintzelman I, Bigelow, College Chemistry Club 2, Vice-Presi- dent 2, Math Club 1, 2, New- tonian 3, National Honor So- ciety 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Meteor- ology Club 1, Music Club 3, ln- door Track 1, Outdoor Track 1. ,mx awaken with the ringing of voices. will compose our symphony. GORNEY 140 Pond Brook Rd., Chestnut Hill Marty Favorite Pastime: Waiting for weekends and vacations I Will to N.H.S.: Some fire ex- tinguishers for the boys' room on the second floor of Building I Il, Weeks, College Aviation Club 1, Rifle Club 3, Usher 2, Senior Play 3. W. BRADLEY GOTTSCHALK 90 Fordham Rd., West Newton Gotts, Brad I, West Watertown, College I Football 1, 2, 3, Indoor Track 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, Cap- tain 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, P.T.S.A. KENNETH E. GOULD 54 Warren St., Needham Ken Suppressed Desire: To be an engineer Favorite Pastime: Girls, eating, and cars IIIA, Needham High, College. FRANCES MARY KENNETH W. DEBORAH GREEN DORIS HELENE MARTIN ELLIOTT GRACEFFA 184 Parmenter Road, West Newton Fran Suppressed Desire: To have a ten minute break between classes I Will to N.H.S.: A new phono- graph in the Social Room IV, Warren, Business. GRAHAM 18 Beaconwood Rd., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To call all of my teachers by their nick- names I Will to N.H.S.: A new cate- teria I, Weeks, College Hunting and Fishing Club 2, Orange Book 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3. 37 Ashmont Rd., Waban Debby Suppressed Desire: To get some- where on time, just for once Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Those fire drills that came in the mid- dle of a big test I, Warren, College Musical Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Tennis 2, Dance Com- mittees 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Ushers 2, Vespers 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, P.T.S.A. 2, 3, Ottice Work 2, 3, Play Com- mittees 2. GREENBERG 41 Brackett Rd., Newton Centre Dickie Suppressed Desire: To use the tunnels as a swimming pool on a rainy day I Will to N.H.S.: The 4th floor of Building I I, Bigelow, College Art Club 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers Club 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Dance Committees 1, 3, Spring Musical 2, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Science Fair 2, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3. . ,. 7.1 GREENBLATT 28 Manet Rd., Chestnut Hill Marty Suppressed Desire: To lead the N.H.S. band Favorite Pastime: Playing the accordion I, Cambridge Academy, College Debating Club 3, International Club 3, Music Club 2, 3, Boys' Chorus 2, 3. HELEN MARIE GREENE 29 Parkview Ave., Newtonville Hel Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: No. 23 I Will to N.H.S.: More home room teachers like Mr. Karpas II, Watertown West High, Col- lege Future Teachers Club 3, Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Vol- Iey Ball I, Senior Class Com- mittee 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Leader Corps 3, Spring V72Z?f??1f" sri, S , I ff A . ROBERT EDMUND GRENIER I42 Prince St., West Newton Bob Suppressed Desire: 5 A's, a beautiful girl, and a Cadillac convertible I Will to N.H.S.: The land on which Buildings I, II, and Ill stand for a parking lot II, Warren, College Rifle Club I, Indoor Track 2, Orange Shield 3, Glee Club I. C fi M" ff-..,..-:.s:. 1. ...Y 2 f xi , I V-md' -'X W. . 1 -.4-f-g m, . .. it V-'E . 45 X M 7 ROYCE GREENWOOD July Rd., Sudbury Favorite Pastime: Hunting IIIA, Sudbury High, Service. RICHARD VINCENT GRENTZENBERG 286 Central St., Auburndale Bud I Will to N.H.S.: One black derby with an orange hatband l, Warren, College Hunting and Fishing Club I, Rifle Club 2, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Indoor Track 3, Out- door Track 2, 3, Dance Com- mittees 3, Newtonite 3, Orange Shield 3, Spring Musical I, Boys' Chorus I, 2, A Capella Choir 3, Glee Club I. LAUREL ELLEN GRETSKY I5 Hartmann Road, Oak Hill Laurie Suppressed Desire: To be able to psychoanalize people I Will to N.H.S.: One new tre- mendous building instead of three small ones Il, Campbell High, College Art Club I, Home Economics Club 2, Music Club I, 2, 3, Vespers I, 2, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3. Musical 2, 3, Vespers 3. ALBERTA LOIS GROSSMAN II6 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To have 48 hours in one day Favorite Pastime: Worrying about anything and everything I, Weeks, College Art Club I, French Club 2, 3, Future Teachers Club I, 2, 3, Music Club I, Dance Com- mittees I, 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Newtonite 2, 3, Vespers 2, Girls' Chorus I, 2. SHERMAN HASKELL GROSSMAN I2 Hamlin Rd., Newton Center Sherm Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. GoIdman's chemistry classes I Will to N.H.S.: One battle- torn Orange Shield I, Weeks, College Camera Club I, Mathematics Club 3, Science Club 2, Anti- Smoking Committee 3, Dance Committees I, 2, Legislature I, 2, 3, Motion Picture Squad 2, Orange Shield 2, 3, Orange Book 2, National Honor Society BEVERLEE PARKHURST GUILD IO Hinckley Rd., Waban Bev Suppressed Desire: To be Perry Como's secretary Favorite Pastime: Reading ll, Weeks, Secretarial School Archery 3, Science Fair I. ALFRED ROBERT GUZZI 9 Joseph Rd., Newtonville Guzz, Al, Fred Favorite Pastime: Sports Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Play- ing hockey for J. C. Hall IV, Day, Service Baseball I, 3, Football I, 2, 3 Ice Hockey 2, 3. RICHARD WILLIAM GUZZI 49I Waltham St., West Newton Dick, Guz Favorite Pastime: Looking at the girls walking around I Will to N.H.S.: All the girls II, Warren, College Baseball I, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, Intramural Sports I, Boys' Athletics Board 2, Dance Com- mittees 2, A Capella Choir I. 2, 3, Science Fair 2, Civic Board 3, Chairman 3. VIRGINIA ROSE GUZZI 90 Webster St., West Newton Ginny Favorite Pastime: Bombing around Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The crazy times with that old gang I, Warren, College Cavalry Club I, Future Teachers Club 3, Latin Club I, Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Tennis I, Badminton I, New- tonite 2, Legislature 3, Office Work I, Tri Hi-Y 2, 3. f-M .-M.: I wi. . any Q, r' ' ' ' KARL DECLAN HAAS 40 Washington St., Newton Centre Looney Favorite Pastime: S lunch in home room I Will to N.H.S.: All the blue cards I should have got II, Bigelow, College. ALAN JEFFREY HACKEL 39 Greylock Rd., Newtonville Al, Jett Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Koughan I Will to N.H.S.: Two bad knees Il, Day, College Baseball I, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, Football I, 2, 3, Dance Committees 3, Home Room Man- ager 2, Orange Shield 2, 3, Captain 3, Hi-Y 3. GERALD ELI HALETKY 7 Holland St., Newton Corner Gerry Favorite Pastime: Looking for- ward to the last day of prison I, Taft High, Service Rifle Club. J NORMAN BUCHANAN HALLAS 68 Clinton Place, Newton Centre Norm, Hal, Buddy Favorite Pastime: Riding motor- cycles I Will to N.H.S.: Longer va- cations Il, Weeks, College Aviation Club 2, 3, President 2, Rifle Club 2, Band I, 2. ETHELYN T. HALLET I0 Omar Ter., Newtonville Essie, Lynn Favorite Pastime: Bombing around with Margie Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: "The day we tore the goal-post down" ll, Warren, College Home Economics Club I, Music Club 3, Outing Club 2, Per- sonality Club I, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Dance Committees 3. RUSSELL JOSEPH HALLORAN 24 South Gate Park, West Newton Russ, Bozo Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: A person who was responsible for a great iunior and senior year I Will to N.H.S.: Another coach like "Fergie" ll, Day, College Varsity Baseball I, 2, 3, Cap- tain 3, Varsity Basketball I, 2, 3, Co-Captain 2, Captain 3, Boys' Athletics Board 3, , , J, I The manifestation of N.H.S.'s undying EDWARD MICHEAL HARRINGTON 2223 Washington St., Newton Lower Falls Ed Suppressed Desire: Not to eat S block lunch Favorite Pastime: Sleeping I, St. Patrick's High, Watertown, College. spirit MICHAEL ALLEN I HARTING 50 Bennington St., Newton Mike Favorite Pastime: Conversing Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Loring's discussions I, Bigelow, College Debating Club 3, English Club 2, 3, Library Club I, 2, 3, Leg- islature I, 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3. CHARLES WILLIAM HAYDEN I7 Richfield Rd., West Newton Bill Suppressed Desire: To be first in line at A lunch Favorite Pastime: Amateur radio I, Warren, College Radio Club I, 2, 3. ANNE MARIE HALSTEAD IO87 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Favorite Pastime: Koloopin' around Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: lm- pulsive bridge I and ll, Warren, College v Music Club I, 2, 3, Outing Club 2, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Home Room Manager I, Junior Red Cross Council I, Legislature 2, Spring Musical I, 2, 3, Ves- pers I, 2, 3, All New England Chorus 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Or- ange Shield I, A Capella Choir I, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, Ushers I. BARBARA LYNN HAYES 606 Centre St., Newton Barby Suppressed Desire: To be a passenger on the second flight to the moon Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The dramas and musicals I, Bigelow, College Art Club 2, 3, Drama Club 2, 3, Music Club 2, Neophytes I, Orchesis I, Dance Committees 2, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical I, Drama Festival 2, Office Work 3. 6- JAMES EDWARD HANEY 9I Washington Park, Newtonville Jim, Doc, Teddy Favorite Pastime: Bothering Jr. College students with quartet singing in 23A Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Par- ticipating in the Student Prince with the great class of '54' I, Day, College Music Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Club I, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, Co-ordinating Chairman 3, In- tramural Sports I, 2, 3, Dance Committees 2, 3, Home Room Manager 2, Legislature 2, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical I GEORGE SYLVAN HARLAN 65 Cragmore Rd., Newton Highlands Jorge Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Junior English in Mr. Malone's room l Will to N.H.S.: Many hours of study I, Weeks, College Spanish Club 3, School Ex- change 3. BRENDA LEE HAYWOOD I3 Prospect St., West Newton Bren Suppressed Desire: To become a famous artist Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: After school sports ll, Warren, College Outing Club 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Field Hockey 2, 3, Softball I, 2, 3, Volley Ball 2, Senior Play 3. 'Qc ................ . N vm, . if PATRICIA J. HEAMER 23I Auburn St., Auburndale Pat Favorite Pastime: No one else but .lack I Will to N.H.S.: Two more flirts like Dick and Vick IV, Warren, Business Office Work I, 2, 3. NANCY JUNE HEATON T60 Edinboro St., Newtonville Sam Favorite Pastimes "Bikes," boys, and stock cars ll, Day, Business Future Teachers Club I, Home Economics Club 2, Outing Club I, Field Hockey I, Archery I. BENNETT HEFFRON 35 Greatmeadow Road, Newton Centre Ben Favorite Pastime: Play Basket- ball IV, English High, Business Aviation Club I, Meteorology Club I, Rifle Club I, Basket- ball I, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3. GUSTAV LUDWIG HEIM 29A Beaconwood Road, Newton Highlands Gus Suppressed Desire: To be a mil- lionaire I Will to N.H.S., My AA badge IIIA, Fryeburg Academy, Busi- ness Administrative Aid. GEORGE PAUL HELLERMAN 39 Wesley St., Newton Corner Favorite Pastime: Sleeping in study blocks I Will to N.H.S.: Unfinished homework I, Bigelow, College Chemistry Club I, Marching Band I, 2, 3, Concert Band 2, 3. RICHARD PETER HERMAN I2 Radcliff Rd., Waban Dick, Hermie Suppressed Desire: To walk on my elbows while singing Hun- garian folk songs Favorite Pastime: Music, skiing, camping I, Weeks, College Drama Club 2, 3, Meteorology Club I, 2, 3, President I, Science Club I, Intramural Sports I, 2, Anti-Smoking Com- mittee 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, Ushers 2, Vespers 2, 3, Science Fair I, STEADMAN N. HERVAN II9 Warwick Rd., West Newton Whitey Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Par- ties in my junior year I Will to N.H.S.: Identification cards for everyone ll, Day, College Football I, 2, Intramural Sports I, 2, Rally Committee I, Senior Play 2. RODMAN K. HEUBACH 79 Randlett Park, West Newton Rod Favorite Pastime: Avoiding homework Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Sleeping in class ll, Day, College Baseball 3, Band I, 2. BRUCE ROBERT HIGGINS I9 Higgins Street, Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To graduate Favorite Pastime: Being late to class IV, Warren, Business. ROBERT RIEDLE HIGGINS I537 Washington St., West Newton Rob Suppressed Desire: To travel to other planets Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Top floor of building one ll, Warren, Art School Art Club I, Drama Club I, Neophytes I, Outdoor Track 2, Home Room Manager I, Orches- tra I, Spring Musical 2. DUNCAN W. HILLS I2 Bertrand Road, Auburndale Dunc Suppressed Desire: To have all B lunches I Will to N.H.S.: One slightly battered derby l, Warren, College Camera Club I, Chemistry Club 2, 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Newtonite' 3, Orange Shield 2, 3, Rally Committee 2, Science Fair I, 3, Newtonite Photographer 3. s" .1 l, I ii' gl' t ux' If HARRY N. HINTLIAN 784 Commonwealth Avenue, Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Newton-Brookline football games Il, Weeks, College Hunting and Fishing Club I, 2, 3, Rifle Club I, 3. SUSANNE GAIL HIRSH I55 Hartmann Rd., Newton Centre Sue Suppressed Desire: To see a modern N.H.S., no higher than two stories! l Will to N.H.S.: Transportation facilities at all hours to any- where in Newton. I, Weeks, College Art Club I, 2, Drama Club 2, French Club 2, Music Club I, 3, Orchesis 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, Orange Book 2, 3, Legisla- ture 2, Orange Shield 3, Spring Musical 2, Neophytes I, Future Teachers Club 3. STANLEY HIRSON 65 Pickwick Road, West Newton Favorite Pastime: Reading I Will to N.H.S.: An air condi- tioner for Mr. Ethier's room I, Warren, College Chemistry Club 2, Science Club I, 2, Home Room Manager I, Class Committee 3. MARGARET ANN HOBBS 24 Duncklee St. Newton Centre Peggy Suppressed Desire: To grow I Will to N.H.S.: 5 more min- utes between periods I7 Weeks7 College French Club 37 Music Club I, 2, 37 Orchesis I, 2, 37 Secretary of Associates 37 Class Secretary I, 27 Legislature I, 2, 37 Orange Shield 37 Rally Committee 3. T V33 6:7 ,Q .4.,4sfr.,q:77: ,sf,.q,. V. . . ,,,.. 47 V, .72 ,... 4 .,., . if Zz:-7231. 'psig 5 7 X, 7 A 911 fi - . '77 ' ,I wg: 'ctr 1 . . x H . . . " M913 " if - vs" ' lv, .Z Wfff' 5' 'I fi5ff4ff4'ii3fff1-iii s ,Q ,fiygxq , . . .. Zz ff -M., .,. . ff? .:' . -'ififiekf .fx II Ashford Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To finish Mr. Walter's math homework in one hour I7 Weeks7 College Science Club 2, 37 Track, ln- door 37 Track, Outdoor 2, 37 Orange Shield 37 Tigerama. DAVID CHARLES HOEH 97I Walnut St., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To be Pre- mier of Russia I Will to N.H.S.: Building IV with sidewalks and staircase 20' wide II7 Weeks7 College Cavalry Club 37 Rifle Club 2, 37 Marching Band I, 2, 37 School Exchange 3. MURIEL ELIZABETH HOLT 4I7 Centre St., Newton Mim Favorite Pastime: Daydreaming and sleeping Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: 2:30 and days oft IV7 Bigelow7 Business. as we cheer at rallies, ROBERT MASON HORNE I9 Barnes Rd., Newton Corner Hornie Favorite Pastime: Hopping the fence at football games I Will to N.H.S.: Elevators for each building I7 Bigelow7 College Ice Hockey 2, 37 Intramural Sports I7 Dance Committees I. lf U-f" 7' 'ii DAVID HORVITZ 63 Ridge Ave., Newton Centre Dave Favorite Pastime: Taking pictures for the school during class time I Will to N.H.S.: Drive-In classes I7 Weeks: College Camera Club I, 2, 37 English Club 27 Music Club I, 2, 37 Mathematics I7 Dramatics Board 2, 37 Spring Musical I, 27 Ves- pers 27 Class Committee 37 Na- tional Honor Society 2, 37 Ex- change 3. TOBY ARLENE HOFFENBERG 46 Roosevelt Rd., Newton Centre Tobe Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All the wonderful people I have met at N.H.S. I Will to N.H.S.: Elevators llf Weeks7 College Art Club 37 Drama Club 37 ln- ternational Club 37 Music Club 2, 37 Orchesis 2, 37 Newtonite 37 Legislature 27 Senior Play 37 Spring Musical 27 Science Fair 2i Ofiice Work 2, 3. WINIFRED MAY HOSKINS 32 Elinor Rd., Newton Highlands Winnie Suppressed Desire: That every- one has and shows school spirit Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All the wonderful kids l've melf Junior year II7 Weeks7 College French Club I7 Music Club I, 2, 37 Orchesis I7 Outing Club 2, 37 Tennis I, 2, 37 Cheer Leader 2, 37 Dance Committees 37 Legislature 37 Orange Shield 37 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 37 Girls' Chorus I, 2. DOUGLAS WHEELER HOLDRIDGE I62 Islington Road, Auburndale Doug Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Boul- der, Colorado I Will to N.H.S.: A ten-acre parking lot I7 Warren7 College Mathematics Club 2, 37 Inter- national Club I7 Newtonian 37 Legislature 37 Senior Play 37 Exchange 27 Publications Board 37 National Honor Society 2, 37 Junior Class Committee 2. ELAINE MERRILL HOLMES 495 California St., Newtonville Susie, Sue Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Stu- dent Prince I Will to N.H.S.: More boys like 1.0 I7 Day7 College Music Club I, 2, 37 Personality Club I7 Dance Committees I, 27 Spring Musical I, 2, 37 Ves- pers I, 2, 37 Newtonettes l, 2, 37 Girls' Chorus I, 37 A Capella Choir 2, 37 Band I7 WILLIAM JAMES HOUGH 379 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Hawk, Billy Favorite Pastime: Playing cards at the works I Will to N.H.S.: My torn gym shirt IV7 Day7 Service Baseball 27 Football I. .-gang' I f.,... f7,,,,., I ,495 FREDERICK SPRAGUE HOWARD II6 North St., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To remodel the school - my way Favorite Pastime: Doing nothing ll, Day, Service. PATRICIA JOAN ELIZABETH ALDEN PETER ALAN HUDSON HULSMAN HURWITZ 32 Woodbine Terrace, II Bemuth Rd., 40 Carlson Ave., Auburndale Newton Highlands Newton Centre Pat, Granny Toby Pete Suppressed Desire: To go to Suppressed Desire: To reach the Suppressed Desire: To own a Africa with a certain someone pedals speed boat capable of going on a rubber raft I Will to N.H.S.: A million mole- 200 m.p.h. IV, Warren, College cules of sodium hydroxide Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Re- Glee Club I. I, Weeks, College port cards Leader Corps 3. I, Weeks, College Camera Club 3. JOAN E. HUSSEY 23 Pershing Rd., West Newton JOAN RUTH HYDE II69 Commonweath Ave., Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My wonderful senior year Il, Warren, College Music Club I, 3, Outing Club I, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Legislature 2, Newtonian 3, Vespers 2, Girls' Chorus I, A Capella Choir 2, 3, Class Com- mittee 3, Exchange 3, P.T.S.A. Rally Committee 3. West Newton Joannie I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mr. Barsam and Mr. Karpas II, Warren, College Art Club I, French Club I, 2, 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Dance Com- mittees 3, Junior Red Cross Council 3, Girls' Chorus I. -.. JUDITH LOIS HYDE II69 Commonwealth Ave., West Newton Judy, Twinnie Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Harris' English classes I, Warren, College Drama Club 2, 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Neophytes I, Finance Board 2, 3, Secretary 3, Junior Red Cross I, 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Ves- pers I, 2, 3, Glee Club I, Girls' Chorus I, 3, A Capella Choir 2, 3. ROBERT VAIL HUSS 89 Rowena Rd., Newton Centre Bob Suppressed Desire: To see a teacher get a blue card Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Eat- ing lunch in my Junior home room I, Weeks, College Music Club I, 2, 3, Radio Club I, Rifle I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Spring Musical I, 2, 3, Vespers I, 2, 3, A Capella Choir 2, 3, Band I, Orchestra I, 2. . " .13-1 yr X A' .-'- 1 i L ARMAND JOSEPH ISABELLE 56 Eddy St., West Newton Armand Suppressed Desire: To be a printer Favorite Pastime: Study of dogs IIIA, Day, Business Basketball 2. ARNOLD JACOBSON 36 Glendale Rd., Newton Centre Arnie Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. SomerviIle's Kenyon Plan Phys- ics Lab I Will to N.H.S.: A tunnel be- tween Buildings I and ll I, Weeks, College Art Club I, International Club 2, Mathematics Club I, 2, 3, Rifle Club 3, Science Club I, 3, Dance Committees 3, Newtonian 2, 3, Science Fair I, Chess Club 2, 3, President 3, Newtonian Representative 2, Scholarship Roll ,2, 3. I 1 I C 1: , , F7 '? A75 LENARD JON JACOBSON II5 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Lennie Suppressed Desire: To have all my classes in the same building Favorite Pastime: Those after- school bridge sessions I, Columbia High, Maplewood, NJ., College Drama 3, French 2, 3, Music 3, Home Room Manager 3, Spring Musical 3. ,AKA I x Q I If S' f ui? V 'js E5-.f f PAUL JANIS 6 Willard St., Newton "Greek" Suppressed Desire: To reach home room before 8:30 bell I Will to N.H.S.: My four full years at good old N.H.S. ll, Day, Service Rifle Club I. NANCY ANN JELEN 907 Dedham St., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Talking on the telephone Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Packard's German class ll, Weeks, College Cavalry Club I, 2, Debating Club 3, English Club 3, French Club I, 2, Music Club I, 2, Ten- nis I, Junior Red Cross Council 3, Science Fair I, Office Work 3. DANA KIDDER JOHNSON 32 Jameson Rd., Newton Corner Suppressed Desire: To lead an English class Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Ath- letics at N.H.S. I, Bigelow, College Music Club 3, Baseball I, 2, 3, Football I, 2, 3, Indoor Track 2, Legislature 3, Orange Shield 2, 3, Captain 3, Vespers I, 2, 3, A Capella Choir I, 2, 3. SANDRA ELAINE JOHNSON I5 Bertrand Rd., Auburndale Sandy Favorite Pastime: "The Boofuses" I Will to N.H.S.: The leftovers in my desk I, Warren, College Music Club 2, 3, Orchesis I, Outing Club I, 3, Tennis 2, 3, Dance Committees 2, 3, Home Room Manager 2, Legislature 3, Spring Musical I, Tri-Hi-Y 2. D 5. LINDA JOAN KAHN 59 Reservoir Avenue Chestnut Hill Favorite Pastime: Dieting with Sue Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My junior year I, Weeks, College French Club I, 2, Music Club I, 2, Orchesis I, 2, 3, Cheer- leaders 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Legislature 3, First Vice Presi- dent of Associates 3, Rally Committee 3, Spring musical I, VERONICA ALICE KAMINSKI 26I Homer St., Newton Centre Vernie, Ronni Suppressed Desire: To own a '52 Mercury Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The early 8:30 bells IV, Warren, Business Archery I, Oftice Work I, 2, 3. 'alt wt. y ., , ,-.Q . ft, f , . f - m , f " ,U ig ' i I- 'iv f-5 'W-., My . , ' .Huw ' 'W mtl' A- " A A f,""" A - V - 4 .4g,,..j"' "' gf... ', . , .11 + -c - . M f 'A ' we V r3.:'i!"v-'v-A ?",.-GQ.. - . I ,W y H V, ,V ' ff , ' .- -f . at , we V Ugw-,f,,,2',m 1' .",-' . f 'fe ' " "f .... ,iM' f' 'lla1LoA,,. ...qw X 'tt - . Vi " ' . U . ,.. .ae V' , .. . -,""4f. 0111.14 ,a . . . - f ,. ' -fs? .M-....,. V .. , .. . .- ' the crescendo of excited voices when our LINDA KAPLAN 8 Burrage Road, Newton Centre Linn Favorite Pastime, Alan Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Walking to classes with Alan Il, Everett Senior High, College French Club 3, Orchesis Club 3, Spring Musical 3. team surges on to victory. SANDRA HOPE KAPLAN 57 Louise Rd., Chestnut Hill Sandy Suppressed Desire: To date a certain Northeastern boy again Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Eng- Iish class in I39 with Paul and Margie I, Brighton High, College Drama Club 3, French Club 2, 3, Future Teachers Club, Sec- retary 2, 3, Music Club 2, 3, Dance Committees 3, New- tonian 3, Newtonite 3, Legisla- ture 3, Senior Play 3. STEPHEN HOWARD KAPLAN 22 Holland St., Newton Steve Suppressed Desire: To become a good math student Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Koughan II, T. Roosevelt Junior High, Col- lege Rifle Club I, 2, Basketball I, 2. MARGARET ROSE KANE II55 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Peg, Peggy Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Senior Prom of Class of I955 I Will to N.H.S.: To abolish first- period gym class IV, Weeks, College Home Economics Club 2, Inter- national Club 2, Music Club 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Volley Ball 2, 3, Dance Committees 2, 3, Legislature 3, Orange Shield 3, Senior Play 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, Newtonite Ad- vertising Staff 2, 3, P.T.S.A. Committee 2, Exchange 3. HELEN LEE KAUFMAN 4I Lodge Road, West Newton Suppressed Desire: To be 5' 3" I Will to N.H.S.: A class of all "A" students for Mr. Walters l, Day, College Future Teachers Club I, 3, Latin Club I, Music Club I, 3, Spanish Club 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Home Room Manager I, New- tonite 3, Stage Crew I, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 2. Al RICHARD DODD KANNAIR I5 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville "Duals" Suppressed Desire: To have a full race engine in my '48 Plymouth Favorite Pastime: My rifles, my girl, my car ll, Day, Service Motion Picture Squad I. 2, 3, Radio Club 2. Humax 5, DAVID GEORGE KANTER 73 Sheffield Rd., Newtonville Fondest Memories of N.H.S.: The absence of any of Mr. Loring's classes from my schedule I Will to N.H.S.: A turnpike system connecting all three buildings I, Day, College Camera Club 3, Cavalry Club I, Chemistry Club 2, Treasurer, Mathematics Club 3, Dance Com- mittees I, 2, Newtonian Photo Editor 3, Legislature I, National Honor Society 2, 3, Class Com- mittee 2, Senior Play 3. JUDITH ANN KAUFMAN 37 Homer St., Newton Centre Judy Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Thursday A lunches in my iunior year I Will to N.H.S.: Two charming sisters iust like me Il, Solomon Lewenberg, College Art Club I, 2, Future Teachers Club 3, Music Club I, Orchesis Club 3, Dance Committees 2, 3. ' ' .,3..wH I Nt. , , R- 'Z iii .I 3 Q. I LORRAINE VINCENTIA KAVANAGH , 53 Gammons Rd., Waban , Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: I Sophomore year - Mr. Malone I and the Campbell Kids I I will to N.H.S5 The last two of the 7 K's I5 Warren5 College I English Club 1, Library club 1, Music Club I, 2, 35 Civics Com- , mittee 25 Dance Committees I, 2, 35 Leader Corps 35 New- tonian 35 Orange Shield 35 Vespers 25 Office Assistant 2, 35 Girls' Chorus I, 25 Exchange 3. I I I I JOHN KEANE 33 Maple Ave., Newton Corner Jack Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Spanish in I I4 I Will to N.H.S.: All my S block lunches II5 Bigelow5 College Music Club 35 Spanish Club 35 Latin Club 3. MARIANNE CECELIA KEEFE 25 Randlett Park, West Newton Favorite Pastime: Being with Link I Will to N.H.S.: A parking lot for the pupils' cars! I5 Day5 College Neophytes I5 Dance Committees I5 Leader Corps 2, 35 Spring WILLIAM FRANCIS KEITH 3 Oak Terrace, Newton Highlands K.B. and K.B.B. Suppressed Desire: To graduate Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Woodsy's pumpkin parties II5 Weeks5 Service Spanish Club 35 Baseball I, 2, 35 Basketball I, 25 Legislature MARJORIE S. KELLER 43 Walter St., Newton Centre Margie, Jellybean Favorite Pastime: Livin' it up on weekends Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Homeroom 2209 II5 Weeks5 College Intramural Sports I5 Newtonite 2, 35 Spring Musical 2. I I I I JOHN FRANCIS I KELLY I 60 Williams St., Newton Corner .lack I Favorite Pastime: Anything but work I Will to N.H.S.: All the books that were never used I5 BIQGIOW5 Co Mathematics Track 35 Ould tional Honor S U PHILLIP DENNIS KETT 32 Samoset Rd., Waban Phil Suppressed Desire: To succeed in whatever I do Favorite Pastime: New cars II5 Warren5 College Rifle Club 2. llege Club 35 Indoor oor Track '35 Na- ociety 2, 3. Musical I5 Alpha Beta I. 2, 3. ELEANOR RUTH KEMLER 6I Ruane Rd., West Newton Ellie I Will to N.H.S.: Non-swinging doors I5 'Winthrop High SchooI5 Col- lege Camera Club 25 English Club 35 French Club 25 Music Club 25 Golf Club 25 Dance Committees 35 Mailing Staff of Newtonite 25 Make-up for Senior Play. MARILYN ALICE KENT 4I2 California St., Newtonville Favorite Pastime: Goofing I Will to N.H.S.: TraFfic lights in the corridors and stairways II5 Day5 Nursing School Cavalry Club 2, 35 French Club I5 Orchesis I5 Rifle Club I5 Tennis 35 Archery I5 Fencing 2, 3. f""X. MARGARET JOAN KERIVAN 103 Floral St., Newton Highlands Margie Suppressed Desire: To watch Mr. Goldman teach a basket-weav- ing class I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mr. Gradone IV5 Weeks5 College Home Economics Club 25 Outing Club 2, 35 Badminton 35 Soft- ball 35 Volley Ball 35 Leader Corps 2, 35 Oftice Work 2, 3. KENNETH JOHN KEYES 23 Regina Rd., Auburndale Ken Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Be- ing a member of the State Champion Baseball Team I Will to N.H.S.5 A hockey rink and more lefty hockey sticks I5 Warren5 College Baseball 2, 35 Ice Hockey I, 2, 3, Co-Captain 35 Legislature 35 Orange Shield 3. seizes 7 9 - 5' - f if a t . , Q"9t,f, '4 ' , . I I ' 1631! 3 ' ' - I . . . -Z4 , - LUG I ' ' :if . 'EP' . I 5 +I- Jfl-5' ull 1. 2 Y' ' ' . V .Wx . fv'-, be 5 'J1L.'51t-ably. flifk V:-gs. . if 6 4 I,-, . .4 ,wgggf gnu ., ,kv 'Wahl' sig- J. . , "if.Q917f?,Nr 1315- , .JY : fir .Y:'fi3lQr . .' "5 - JERRY GENE ELEANOR CAROL TIMOTHY T. KIDMAN KILEY KINCHLA 71 Livingston Circle5 Needham 24 Milo St., West Newton 24 Roland St., Jer Suppressed Desire: To prove a theorem untrue in Mr. Walter's class Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Two years of humorous English with Mr. Harris I5 Normandy High5 College Ushers 25 Senior Play 3. El Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Hear- ing the "no-school" signal I Will to N.H.S.: Canoes for the tunnels IV5 St. Charles5 Business Music Club I, 25 Outing Club I, 2, 35 Softball 25 Dance Com- mittees I, 25 Senior Play I, 25 Vespers Programs I, 2, 3. Newton Highlands Fuzz, Tim Favorite Pastime: Eating S block lunch Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: A block English classes II5 Weeks5 College Hunting and Fishing Club I5 Home Room Managers I5 Junior Red Cross Council I5 Stage Crew 25 Orchestra 25 Scoreboard I, 2, 35 Marching Band I, 25 Con- cert Band I, 2. , P 5' 5 .gf "' is .Q Y 4' V : '- 'Kf'.'h. . - 5 f, - r , l m,.L gr T, 'Q f 't V M5961 49 A A ' s i ., .. .Le is ' ROGER SINCLAIR K I N D R E D 75 Wyoming Rd., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To break the state discus record Favorite Pastime: Sports I: Day: College Football I, 2, 3: Track, Indoor I, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor I, 2, 3, Co-Captain. JACQUELINE MAE KING 28 Bullough Park Newtonville Jackie Suppressed Desire: To be happy always Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The fun with the Class of '56 I: Day: College Homeroom Manager 3: Class Vice-President 2, 3: Leader Corps 3: Legislature I, 2: Or- ange Shield 2, 3: Outing Club 2: Music Club I: French Club 2. PAUL JOHN KINGSTON 25 Freeman St., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To be a suc- cess I Will to N.H.S.: A new parking lot IIIA: Warren: Service Administrative Aid 3. ANDREW KLAVINS 43 Union St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To be an in- dustrial engineer I Will to N.H.S.: My kid brother IIIA: College the bustle in the lunchroom. LIEBA BETH KLICKSTEIN 38 Varick Rd., Waban Lee Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My second year French class I Will to N.H.S.: A bus to pick up students who are forced to park behind the football sta- dium in the morning I: Winthrop Junior High: Col- lege Art Club I, 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Golf I, 2: Archery I: Dance Commit- tees 3: Spring Musical Com- mittee 2: Newtonite Mailing Staff 2. MYRNA S. KOENIG 56 Park Ave., Newton Suppressed Desire: To question the unquestionable I Will to N.H.S.: My grey hairs l: Girls' Latin School: College English Club 2, 3: Music Club 2: Golf 2: Tennis 2: Dance Com- mittees 2, 3: Newtonite 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2: Jour- nalism. fFT?7"F'?7'i"i"'7'f'TE"""-"'? 'M ' VT """""'f'T"f'i'I1 :zzz-"w::f:4'f"f7-f:vf "N Q 4 f It WW ,-.,....fs:.- . 9: ' f M Lsis-4:rW.w,."' X r.Y-fm..-44:1-ff.'vf.,'s :wit Q ssfsrqwff. M : 3, W. 1 , fc T, ij-' K' if'1v2'f2 J A Q : f fi? 1, R I Y 1 iiiig . f , ,fuzzy , ff:-aw: .. 1 . msg, ,," ':g, -, .2113 + ' 2 " H 331,-gg.. ss 4 -fsy.,...,.,sQ, H+ .. I ff W' " if it I ' . .. 4 - V 3: :ff- 41 2:1 4 sh' 'DISK 'ik ' R -M .. time Q DAVID FRANCIS KIRBY 324 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Kirb, Dave, Werb Favorite Pastime: Waiting for that 2:30 bell Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Listening to that 2:30 bell I: Warren: College Aviation Club I: Baseball I, 2, 3: Football I: Indoor Track I: Orange Shield 2: Science Fair I. DAVID MICHAEL KONTOFF 4 Willow St., Newton Centre Ripper Suppressed Desire: To play lead trombone for Tommy Dorsey I Will to N.H.S.: New clocks for Building I ll: Woonsocket High School, Rhode Island: College Hunting and Fishing Club 2: Music Club 3: Orchestra 2, 3: Dance Band 2, 3: Marching Band 2, 3: Drill Sergeant. GEORGE L. KIRK 20 Morse Rd., Newtonville Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Hearing the 2:30 bell on Fri- day afternoon I Will to N.H.S.: Milk for S block lunch I: Day: College Orange Shield 3: Class Com- mittee 3. JOHN KIVLEHAN 470 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville "Kiv" Suppressed Desire: To have my own golf club Favorite Pastime: Playing golf IV: Day: College Football I, 2: Golf 2, 3: Or- ange Shield 2. ALAN W. KOSS I5 Crosby Rd., Chestnut Hill Al Suppressed Desire: To keep my good amateur standing Favorite Pastime: Linda ll: Brookline High: College Baseball I, 3: Basketball 3: Track, Outdoor 3: N.H.S. News Bureau 2. PAUL ALAN LABB IO4 Manet Rd., Chestnut Hill Suppressed Desire: To get into a football game Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Nancy I5 Weeks5 College Hunting and Fishing Club I5 Football 35 Intramural Sports I5 Tennis I, 2, 35 Indoor Track I5 Dance Committees 2, 3. JAMES PAUL LALLY 83 Auburn St., Auburndale Jim Suppressed Desire: To own a motorcycle Favorite Pastime: Hunting II5 Warren5 College Hunting and Fishing Club I, 25 Rifle Club 25 Football I, 2. 5 -A ,5 q 1 gfzfigil 5.5ZQ 20- in 5 A .iii JACQUELINE HELENE LA M I E T 85 Brookside Ave., Newtonville Jackie Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Fri- day afternoon F Block I Will to N.H.S.: Kenyon plan gym classes I5 Day5 College French Club 2, 35 International I5 Music Club I, 25 Outing Club 2, 35 Tennis I, 2, 35 Dance Com- mittees I, 2, 35 Newtonian 35 Vespers 2, 35 Office Work 35' School Exchange 3. -M- CAROL FRANCIS LANGILL 459 California St. Newtonville Kittie Suppressed Desire: To marry a certain boy and have three children I Will to N.H.S.: Smoking room in building 3 IV5 Day5 Business Newtonite 2. Tl HILDEGARDE VICTORIA LANGILLE 21 Russell Rd., Newton Hildie Suppressed Desire: To visit Europe and Asia I Will to N.H.S.: Cable cars connecting the top floors of all three buildings I5 Bigelow5 College Art Club 25 Drama Club 2, 35 International Club I, 2, 35 Field Hockey 25 Badminton 35 Soft- ball 25 Leader Corps 2, 35 New- tonite 2, 35 Legislature 35 Stage Crew 2, 35 Senior Play 35 Spring Musical I5 Vespers Programs 35 Drama Festival 25 Music Club 25 ROBERT FRANCIS LANGMEAD 32 Walcott St., Natick Bob Suppressed Desire: To be a suc- cess I Will to N.H.S.: All new ma- chines for the Cabinet Shop IIIA5 Coolidge Junior High School, Natick5 Service Football I5 Administrative Aid 3. ANN SARA LAPIDO 52 Rangeley Rd., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To install electric stairways in all the buildings Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Senior Prom II5 Thomas Edison Junior High5 College Art Club 35 Music Club 25 Tennis 35 Archery 25 French Club 3. Neophytes I. JEANNETTE LARKIN I4 Oakland Ave., Auburndale Nettie Suppressed Desire: To have three lunches Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Foot- ball games and physiology class with Mr. Waller IV5 Warren5 Business Music Club 2, 35 Outing Club 2, 35 Intramural Sports 25 Vespers 35 Chorus I, 3. LUCIA JEAN LATONA II5 Park St., Newton Jean, LaTong Favorite Pastime: Bombing around in a Ford, no. 231 Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My sophomore year, my baton, all the great kids I5 Bigelow5 College Music Club 35 Outing Club I, 2, 35 Basketball I, 2, 35 Field Hockey I, 2, 35 Badminton I, 35 Softball I, 2, 35 Lacrosse I5 Fencing 2, 35 Spring Musical I, 25 Girls' Athletic Board 2, 3, Chairman 35 Orange Shield 3, Captain 35 Vespers I, 2, 35 School Exchange 25 Drum Maior I 2 I I i DONALD SPALDING LAWN 2OI California St., Nonantum Lawnie, Duckie Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Building ll tunnel I Will to N. H. S.: All my after- noons in detention IV5 Day5 College Baseball 2, 3. JOEL HENRY LEBOW za Byfield Rd., Wuhan BARBARA CAROLYN CHRISTINA MARIE DAVID ALAN LEAROYD LEARY LEAVITT 55 Chaske Ave., Auburndale 27 Regent St., West Newton I4 Hillside Ter., West Newton Joe I Will to N.H.S.: One steel .trap Carol Favorite Pastime: Doing the rounds mind I5 Salem High5 College Future Teachers Club 35 Dance Committees 35 Tigerama 35 Ushers 2. Chris Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Wednesday assemblies when I was counting on a study I Will to N.H.S.: Bells and a clock for the drill shed I5 Warren5 College French Club 2, 35 Music Club I, 2, 35 Outing Club 35 Dance Committees 25 Newtonian 35 Senior Play 35 Spring Musical I, 25 Vespers 2, 35 National Honor Society 2, 35 Neophytes I5 Exchanqe 3. Dave Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Graduating I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mr. Walters II5 Bigelow5 Business Intramural Sports 2. Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: I Chemistry in 233 I Will to N.H.S.: More time for 5 J. C.'s classes 3 I5 Warren5 College Art Club I5 Chemistry Club 35 N Hunting and Fishing Club 25 Latin Club I5 Mathematics 2, 35 Intramural Sports I5 Dance Com- mittees 25 Legislature 2. I .. . , ,-,.77.,?M CHARLES CULTER ERNEST MARTIN CAROLE ANNE LEONE MYRNA GAIL DANIEL O. LEVIN LEIGHTON LENDMAN 93 West Sf-I Newton LESHEFSKY I2 Nickerson Rd., 44 Marshall sl., Newton conlre I32 Cornell sr. 5f1mmYf lee' 5hP"Y 69 Longfellow Rd., wobon Chestnut Hill Char Newton Lower Falls Suppressed Deslre: To tease Mr. Mike, Mym Dan Suppressed Desire: To blow Suppressed Desire: To swing from the lights in tho corridor of the second floor of Building Ill Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The things I never knew existed be- fore II, Weeks, College Rifle Club I, Science Club 2, Stage Crew 2, National Honor Society 2, 3, Baseball I Ernie Suppressed Desire: To make a million dollars Favorite Pastime: Trying to get a date with Mimi ll, Boston Latin, College Debating Club 2, 3, Music Club 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, New- tonite 3, Boys' Chorus 2, 3, A Capella Choir 3, Journalism 3. Paige as much as he teases me. Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The '55 Senior Prom and the "dif- ferent" parties we had in our senior year IV, Day, Nursing School Home Economics Club I, Library Club I, Music Club I, 2, 3, Orchesis I, 2, Outing Club 3, Personality Club 3, Basketball I, 2, Golf 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, the beating of rain upon the windows on the days we shuffle through the tunnels, NANCY ROBERTA LEVINE 35 Haynes Rd., Newton Centre Nanc Suppressed Desire: To be a Freshman at Dartmouth or Princeton Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: "Ab- bie Brewster" in the senior PIUY I, Weeks, College Cavalry Club I, 2, 3, Neophytes I, Drama Club 2, 3, Golf I, 3, Archery I, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Home Room Manager I, Senior Play 3, Sophomore Play I, Alpha Beta I, Drama Festival 3, Drama Board 2. ANN LOIS LEVY 479 Boylston St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To sit behind the Yankee dugout and root for the Red Sox Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Beat- ing Waltham in I953, 32-3I II, Weeks, College Music Club I, 2, 3, Vespers I, 2, 3. JANE SYDNEY LEWIS 20 Acacia Ave., Chestnut Hill Janie Suppressed Desire: To leave this world a little better than it was when I got here Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Working with all the wonderful people on the Newtonian Staff ll, Weeks, College Art Club I, 2, 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Newtonian Art Editor 3, Stage Crew I, 2, Science Fair I, Office Work 3. Suppressed Desire: To carry a tune Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Three "inforgetable" years ll, Warren, College English Club, Latin Club 3, Music Club 2, 3, Neophytes I, Orchesis 2, Basketball 2, Golf 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Newtonite 2, Legislature 3, Social Room 3, Office Work I, Ticket Committee of the Senior Play 3. ROSALIND E. LIBERACE 8 Park Ave., Newton Rose Suppressed Desire: To get through school I Will to N.H.S.: Escalators to all buildings ll, Somerville High, College. E' reveille every morning at 8:30 I Will to N.H.S.: A baseball schedule that says "Boston Red Sox at Newton" Il, Weeks, College Hunting and Fishing Club I, 2, 3, Music Club 3, Intramural Sports I, 2. BARBARA ENID LEVINE 22I Upland Ave., Newton Highlands Barb, Barbie Favorite Pastime: Lenny J. I Will to N.H.S.: An old-age pension for the cafeteria food I, Weeks, College Cavalry Club I, Drama Club 3, French Club 2, 3, Muwic Club 3, Dance Committees 3, Social Room 3, Vespers 3, Rally Com- mittee 3. CHARLES ALLAN LINDQUIST 29 Vernon St., Newton Corner Charlie Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My lunches spent A.W.O.L. I Will to N.H.S.: My IOC checks from Howard Johnson's Hunting and Fishing Club I, 2, 3, Rifle Club I, 2, Intramural Sports I, 2, Dance Committees I, 2, Newtonite I, Orange Shield 2, Science Fair I. l J 5 f ..., Y I '74 I ff' as MYRNA TOBY LINER 26 Tamworth Rd., Waban Myrn Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Peterson's homeroom I Will to N.H,S.: A smoking room I5 Weeks, College French Club I, 2, 35 Home Economics Club I5 Personality Club I5 Golf 25 Archery 25 Dance Committees 35 Home Room Manager 35 Newtonite 2, 35 Science Fair I5 Music Club I, 2, 3. JUDITH HELENE LINN I7 Rosalie -Rd., Newton Centre Judy Suppressed Desire: To have one fond memory of N.H.S. I Will to N.H.S.: A dozen Dr. Barrys I5 Weeks5 College Art Club I5 English Club 35 French Club 25 Latin Club 25 Mathematics Club I5 Music Club I, 2, 35 Dance Committees 25 Home Room Managers 2, 35 Newtonian 35 Orange Shield 2, 35 Stage Crew I5 Ofihce Work 2, 35 Scholarship Roll I, 2, 35 School Exchange 3. ELAINE FRANCES LIPKIN 66 Fuller Ter., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To be happy, healthy, wise, and wealthy I 'Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mr. Karpas I, II5 DOY, College French Club 2, 35 Future Teachers Club 35 Music Club I, 2, 35 Orange Book 25 Social Room Hostess. LAWRENCE LIPSON I7 Wessex Rd., Newton Centre Larry Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Home room 227, Junior year I Will to N.H.S.: My seat in A Capella Choir I5 Weeks5 College Drama Club 25 International Club 2, 35 Music Club I, 2, 3, President 35 Intramural Sports I5 Anti-Smoking Committee 2, 35 Dance Committees I, 2, 35 Ves- pers I, 2, 35 National Honor Society 2, 35 Associate Council 35 Class Committee 35 School ROBERT F. LOCATELLI IO Glenmore Ter., Newton Highlands Bob Suppressed Desire: To become a school teacher. To travel Favorite Pastime: Tennis, swim- ming, driving, interstate trips and airplanes II5 WeekS5 College Aviation Club 35 Drama Club I5 Orange Shield 35 Science Fair I. SHEILA ANN LoCHIATTO I8O Adams St., Newton Suppressed Desire: To be locked in a phone booth with William Holden and Stewart Granger Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Home room I27 IV5 Day5 Business. ii. . LINDA LOUISE LOEB 2I Sheldon Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The 2:30 bell on Friday I Will to N.H.S.: Five classes a day as great as Mr. Packard's I5 Weeks5 College English Club I5 French Club I, 25 Music Club I, 2, 35 Orchesis I, 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 Tennis 2, 35 Dance Committees I, 2, 35 Newtonite I, 25 Legisla- ture I5 Orange Shield 25 Usher I, 25 Spring Musical I, 2, 35 Vespers Program 3. Exchange 3. DANIEL JAMES LOMBARDI I4 Colonial Ave., Newtonville Lum Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The electrical shop 3 I Will to N.H.S.: All the short circuits in Buildings I, ll, and Ill IIIA5 Day5 Business. X -' ' f - r:,::xf.-:arms-rs4:'fw13552552335 w . aff:-5vffr!2f"?i32r1'fx.LW.. . I 35 ,A I - .3 ' ... Q .Q,gk'- is ' "EGF i 'i i ff , I . , Q 'A s t--if 3 W 4, 5 9? ' . .r g 5 -- Q-zft:-iii 53 .5-il 5. .. :'.t's'I1l'fi'E I IHEEQIZ!-.e,l.Q2n ,i i -ffiipftswi .,,.w5ir.:w. - 5 a f gfagwg-,,+. " w-:gesrq nsz'5'ife:.r:r- 'Mztfiizi f if u ,N .:.1rwt.. ' as ., 5 ,X .. f qxvyfmi-eif?'iL s'2"".?f?uZgi J-ff-.,1.. 5 . RICHARD B. LOUIS 72 St. Mary's St., Newton Lower Falls Dick Suppressed Desire: To be a bachelor Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mt Knapman's math class 227 II5 Warren5 College WILLIAM M. LOWRY 50 Hartford St., Newton Highlands Bill Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Home room 227 Junior year I Will to N.H.S.: The many hours I spent wondering what my "suppressed desire" was I5 Weeks5 College. HARRY ROBERT LUBELL 45 Cedar St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Lis- tening to J.C. wasting time talk- ing about wasting time I Will to N.H.S.: Mr. W's travel- ogues - complete and un- abridged I5 Boston Latin School5 College Hunting and Fishing Club I5 International Club I, 2, 3, Treasurer 25 Music Club 25 Dance Committees I, 25 Newtonian 35 Legislature I, 35 Spring Musical 25 Vespers 2, 35 Civics Commit- tee 35 Class Committee 2. GAIL ELLEN LUBETS 24 Dean Rd., Brookline Favorite Pastime: Being happy I Will to N.H.S.: More building, ranch house style! I5 Weeks5 College Drama Club 2, 35 French Club I, 2, 3, Secretary 25 Music Club I, 2, 35 Orchesis I, 2, 35 Outing Club 35 Tennis I, 2, 35 Dance Committees I, 2, 35 Leader Corps 35 Newtonian 35 Legisla- ture I, 2, 35 Orange Shield 35 Usher I5 Senior Play Commit- tee 35 Spring Musical I,,2, 35 Vespers 35 Girls' Chorus I5 Drama Festival Committee 25 Tigerama 35 P.T.S.A. 3. DONALD F. LYNCH 26 Lewis St., Newton Hitler, Hitty, Hitts Favorite Pastime: Hyannis week- ends Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The some two years II5 Bigelow5 College Hi-Y 35 Orange Shield 3. JAMES EDWARD LYNCH 70 Moftat Rd., Waban .Iay Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Blue cards in sophomore year I Will to N.H.S.: My booth at Gaths I5 Warren5 Service. i BARBARA ANN MacDONALD 331 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Run- ning to the 3rd floor at 8:29 l Will to N.H.S.: My seIf-pierc- : DONNA CAROLYN MacFARLANE 31 Freeman St., Alburndale Suppressed Desire: To own a farm with Fred Favorite Pastime: Oil pointing ll, Warren, College ing earrings, to any boy who is Orchesis 1, Stage Crew 2, 3, brave enough to try Vespers 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, ll, Weeks, Business Spring Musical 1. 2, 3. JOAN CATHERINE MacKENZIE 154 River St., West Newton Joni, Blondi Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My four year course at N.H.S. I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mrs. Huss and Miss Hood IV, Warren, Business Orchesis 1, Personality Club 1, Basketball 1, 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Tennis I, 2, Soft- ball I, 2, Glee Club 1. our teachers' voices kindling the lamp HOWARD MADES 40 Hagen Rd., Oak Hill Howie, How Suppressed Desire: To light up in 314 Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Cleaning crumbs out of my desk at 12:05 I, Roxbury Latin, College International Club 2, 3, latin Club 2, 3, Rifle Club 2. of learning JOHN R. MAGEE 4 Rockledge Rd., Newton Highlands Magoo Favorite Pastime: Cars and fe- male problems Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Ann Wood's pumpkin parties II, Manter Hall School, College. 1 s MARY IRENE MAGNARELLI 264 Pearl SI., Newton Suppressed Desire: To become a certain Mrs. Favorite Pastime: Watching Don eating the O'Brien Special IV, Weeks, Business Music Club 1, Softball 1, Volley Ball 2. MARGARET JEANETTE MacKENZIE 198 Woodcliff Rd., Newton Highlands la Petite, Mag, Maggie Suppressed Desire: To be a sup- pressed desire Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My sophomore year I, Weeks, College Cavalry Club 1, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Volley Ball 3, Dance Committees 2, 3, Legislature 1, 3, Orange Shield 3, Spring Musical 1, 2, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, P.T.S.A. 1, Home Room Mana- ger 1. CHARLES EDWARD MANNING 17 Jerome Ave., West Newton Eddie Favorite Pastime: Sleeping Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Parking the Crosley llIA, Warren, Business. in HUGH MURRAY MacLEOD 20 Murray Rd., West Newton I Will to N.H.S.: New physics equipment for Mr. Hawkes Il, Warren, College Indoor Track 3, Outdoor Track 3. A 'XY' 'l 3. if I il 'I I ALAN GARY MacNElL 111 Oakligh Rd., Newton Corner Itchy Suppressed Desire: To marry Carol A. Favorite Pastime: Those week- ends with Carol Il, Bigelow, College Football 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, Vespers 1, 2, Ice Hockey 1. ROBERT EDWARD MARCELL 31 Harold Ter., West Newton Bob Suppressed Desire: To always be happy I Will to N.H.S.: Home room 226 and another teacher like Mrs. Robinson IIIA, Warren, Business. ROBERT S. MARGIL 19 Mary Ellen Rd., Waban Bob Suppressed Desire: To make the Honor Roll Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: New- ton 32, Waltham 31 I, Weeks, College Hunting and Fishing Club 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, Usher 2, Dance Committees 1, 2. JOAN LENA MARINO 135 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill Lee, Joli Suppressed Desire: To play Julie in Carousel I Will to N.H.S.: My parking space on Pulsifer Street I, Girls' Latin, College Cavalry Club 3, Music Club 2, 3, Civics Comittee 2, Dance Committees 2, 3, Vespers 2, 3. KATHERINE FRANCES MARINO 84 Westland Ave., West Newton Kathy Suppressed Desire: Wouldn't you like to know? Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Goldman's underwater basket- weaving course ll, Warren, College Outing Club 2, Home Economics Club 2, Personality Club 2, Bas- ketball 1, Tennis 2, 3, Leader Corps 3, Senior Play 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Office Assistant 3. PATRICIA ROSE MARKEY 1785 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Pot, Patsy, Parpose, Patso Favorite Pastime: Waiting at the mailbox Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: iunior year, Johnson's, hen parties I, Warren, College English Club 3, Music Club 3, Neophytes 1, Outing Club 1, Dance Committees 2, 3, Home Room Managers 2, Spring Musi- cal 1, 2, Vespers Programs 1, 2, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, A Capella RICHARD I. MARQUIS 6 Westchester Rd., Newton Dick Suppressed Desire: To short change Mr. Sanborn I Will to N.H.S.: Milk serving service during S block lunch I, Bigelow, College Music Club 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, Legislature 2, Mo- tion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3. . ,,,,, E ,. , . . .fs . MARTIN 21 Van Roosen Rd., Oak Hill Greg Suppressed Desire: To steal all the red ink in Newton High the night before report cards come out Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Two years .Ialmost threel in Mr. Wal- ter's class 1, Weeks, College Rifle Club. ANN RUTH MASLOW 257 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Polly, Renee, Bobbie, and Marge I, Day, College Golf Club 1, Newtonian 3. Choir 2, 3, Glee Club 1, Oflice Work 3, Science Fair 1. GORDON C. MASON I8 Dana Rd., West Newton Connie Favorite Pastime: S block lunch Il, Day, College Outdoor Track 1, Football 1. ELLEN MARIE MATTHEWS 286 Melros St., Auburndale Ellie, Tiny Favorite Pastime: Jackie Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Those classes in Miss Stone's room F block on Friday IV, Warren, Business Vespers I, 2, 3, A Capella Choir 2, 3, Glee Club 1. l L MARALYNN LEONA MAYER 30 Webster Street, West Newton Suppressed Desire: To return to California Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The music I, Warren, College Music Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Leader Corps 2, 3, Music Board 3, Orange Shield 3, Spring Musical I, 2, 3, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Executive Board of Band 3. ANTHONY D. MARY NAN THOMAS PETER MAZZOLA MCAULIFFE MgBREEN 662 Boylston St., 38 Eliot Ave., West Newton 12 Tqff Ave., West Newton Newton Centre NCD, MGVIHUH Tom, MGC Muzz FCIVOYIIS Pvsfime: CIWUCIK Favorite Pastime: The wild par- Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Ann 'Wood's pumpkin parties I Will to N.H.S.: My absence I, Weeks, Service Baseball 1, 2, Orange Shield 2, Hi-Y. I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mr. Anderson and Miss Drewes I, Day, College Art Club 2, Music Club I, 2, 3, Orchesis 1, Home Room Man- ager 1, Office Work 3, Alpha Beta I. AEM ,Q-v' Iles I Will to N.H.S.: My long walks to Newtonville ll, Boston College High, Col- lege Basketball I, 2, 3, Golf 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, Drama Festival 3. OTTO L. McBRIDE II 15 Mosman St., West Newton I, York High School, College Spanish Club 3, Baseball 3, Bas- ketball 3, lntramurol Sports 3. H DOROTHY JEAN MARY ELEANOR RICHARD JOHN McCLAIN MCCLOSKEY MCCUSKER 12 Evergreen Ter., Auburndale 29 Eden Ave., West Newton 9B Pregpeef SL, Wdlihdrri Dottie, Dot-Dol' Kig, Moc, MUG. Denny, Red, Sum Dick Suppressed Desire: To go to a Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Suppressed Degiyeg Te Someday football weekend at Purdue Junior year, II8 mqrry my girl Janice Favorite Pastime: Riding in a I Will to N.H.S-: Alwther Mr- I Will to N.H.S.: My extra loud certain Ford convertible Packard when this one wears laughter IV, Warren, Business OUI 3A, 4, Waltham High School, Home Economics Club I, Per- ll: Wflffeni College Service sonolity Club I. Aft Clvb 37 Music Club 3: OUI- P.T.S.A., Vice President of ins Club 1, 2, Spcnish Club 2, N.T.H.s., President of N.T.H.S., Dance Committees 3, Senior Administrative Aid Play 3. and carefully guiding us, Ne w i Pirie' , ' ,i 2 . - l--V I' ie" -V- - ,-1.' , 5: ,y ,, e- 4'::-friie. . . :li ,I f f ' Q A :"i-2 '-i1 f Z.. ' f ' c THOMAS JOSEPH MARIE ELEANORE McDERMOTT McDONALD 399 Wolcott St., Auburndale Mac Suppressed Desire: To let off a firecracker in a ventilator shaft I Will to N.H.S.: All my broken down teachers ll, Day, Service Aviation Club I, 2, 3, President I, Treasurer 2. MARGARET MARY MARION FRANCES SHIRLEY ELLEN CLAIRE LOUISE MCISAAC McGRAIL McGRATH McGRATH li High St-. Newton Highlnnds 22 Brewster Rd., 5 Park Place, Newlonville I9 Carl St., Newton Highlands Slfplfnesfed Deswei To marry G Newton Highlands Mimi Shirl m'll'o,na"e , , Peggy, Butch Suppressed Desire: ls loo sup- Suppressed Desire: To move Ff'v0f"e Pa5"mf:Sleep'n9 Suppressed Desire: To set fire to pressed Missouri to Massachusetts lv? Weeks? Busmess the school Favorite Pastime: Being places I shouldn't be with people I shouldn't be with ll, Weeks, College French Club I, Music Club 2, 3, Rifle Club I, Dance Committees I, 2, Ushers 2, Vespers I, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, A Capella Choir 2, 3. Favorite Pastime: Buzzing around ll, Day, College Home Economics Club 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Personality Club 2, 3, Tennis 3, Archery 2, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Legislature 3, Stage Crew l, 2, Usher I, 2, 3, Spring Musical I, 2, 3, Ves- pers 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Home Room Manager I, Oftice Work I. Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All the wonderful kids l've met, and the swell times l've had l, Weeks, College Cavalry Club I, Future Teachers I, Music Club I, 2, Outing Club 2, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Dance Committees 2, Leader Corps 3, Legislature 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2. IO Southwick Rd., Waban Ellie Suppressed Desire: To visit Midd again Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Those two years ll, Howard Seminary, College Home Economics Club 2, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Stage Crew 3, Spring Musical 2, Class Com- mittee 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 2K I x 1 I 5 . I ' SYLVESTER McGlNN 39 Mason Rd., Newton Centre Mac Suppressed Desire: To open an ice cream stand in Death Valley l, Weeks, College Rifle Club I, Ice Hockey 2, 3. JUDITH ANN McKENNA 64 Eddy Street, West Newton Judy Favorite Pastime: Kaloopin' Around Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The days that I wasn't here ll, Day, Bu.-ness RICHARD TAPLIN McKNlGHT 27 Durant St., Newton Corner Dick Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: 2:3I I Will to N.H.S.: For the lunch room, an electric change maker I, Bigelow, College Debating Club 3, Music Club 3, Intramural Sports 2, Vespers I, 2, 3, Science Fair I. CAROL ELLEN McTAGUE 853 Washington St., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To marry a surgeon or an engineer Favorite Pastime: Thinking of certain someones at M.l.T. and Huntington Prep. ll, Day, College Cavalry Club I, 3, Outing Club I, 3, Home Economics Club 2, Rifle Club I, Usher I, 2. JOHN ANDREW MELANSON 35 Bennington St., Newton Corner Jack Suppressed Desire: To be a sec- ond Harry James Favorite Pastime: Playing my trumpet IIIA, Warren, College Music Club I, Orchesis 3, March- ing Band I, 2, 3, Concert Band I, 2, 3. ARTHUR P. MENARD 47 White Pine Rd., Newton Highlands Art Favorite Pastime: Playing poker I Will lo N.H.S.: Three years' supply of used track spikes I, Bigelow, College Hunting and Fishing Club I, Indoor Track I, 2, 3, Outdoor Track I, 2, 3, Cross Country 3, Science Fair I. PATRICIA FRANCES MENDOLIA 48 Chandler Place, Newton Highlands Min, Pat Suppressed Desire: To go with a certain boy from Worcester I Will to N.H.S.: More wonderful teachers like Mr. Gradone and Miss Turner IV, Weeks, Business Home Economics Club 2, Outing Club 3, Personality Club I. JEAN ANN MERULLO I2 Wiswall St., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To become Mrs. C. P. Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Boyd's history class, iunior year IV- Warren Business Dance Committees 2 Girls Cho r I JUDITH ELAINE MICHELSON 76 Miller Rd., Newton Centre Judy, Mike Favorite Pastime: Cooking, ten- nis swimming Fondest Memory of N H S M Knapman M Packard and home room 227 I Weeks College Club I 2 3 Secreta French Club I Music Club 2 3 Spanish Club 2 3 Orchesis I nnis I 3 Dance om mi ees I 2 3 Home Ro m Manager 2 3 Social Board 2 1 , ,L .. - - 1 11-1: 1 1 f 11 ., - 'Q K 1, 1: I .' I :SI 'I I -1 - i 1' 217 5:31 1 f 32:11 :QWJW- fafgsfsg gym-f 1 11 2 1-' 111 '+ N 1 :,:'::,ce,I' . . . Ei? 'I' IIIRZF RICHARD EDWARD RAYMOND E. MICHELSON MILLARD 5 Annapolis Rd., West Newton 23 OII5 PIGCG1 Newtonville Dick, Rickie, Rick, Mike Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Fri- day atternoon t 2:30 P.M. vacations Will to N HS A garage the school campus constructed the automobiles of e student body lexcluding the facultyl I Day College Aviation Club 3 Cavalry Club Latin Club I Music Club I 3 Rifle Club 3 Intramural Sports Bumpy, Ray-Babe Suppressed Desire: To high jump seven feet and to drag with the driver ed car I Will to NHS A hopped p driver ed car IV Day College otball I 2 Indoor Track udoor Track I 2 3 Lei lature I STEPHEN JOEL MILLER 33 Clements Rd Newton Steve il 5 lb shoe leather l Weeks College International Clubl 2 3 Math ematics Club 3 Baseball Intramural Sportsl 2 3 Ten 3 Dance Committees I Legislature I 3 Orange Shield 3 National Honor Society 2 3 School Exchange 3 STEPHEN PAUL MILLER 63 Bound Brook Rd Newton Highlands Steve Suppressed Desire To go out the weekend after report cards Favorite Pastime Running for the school bus every morning I Boston Latin College Camera 2 International 2 3 Intramural Sportsl 2 3 Dance Committees 2 3 Home Room Manager 3 Orange Shield 3 Stage Crew V271 f ff .M 111 fi? fr alt wg? QW 'P 'W- iirftfsim 144684 VIRGINIA GRACE MILOTT 54 Hyde St Newton Highlands Gln Ginnie Fondest Memory of N HS The fabulous football games espe cially Waltham 53 the terrific kids Ive met here l Will to NHS More dances ke the Crystal Ball Tons 0 school spirit I Weeks College Music Club I 2 3 Neophytes I O chests I 2 3 Outing Club I Archery 2 Badminton I Dance Committeesl 2 3 Home Room M nager I Legislature I 2 3 Orange Shield 2 Senior Play RICHARD HOFFMAN MINEAR 75 Pleasant St Newton Centre Dick Favorite Pastlme Basketball Music and Tennis Fondest Memory of N H S 2 30 I Weeks College Mathematics Club 2 Music Club 3 lntramur S ts Finance Board 2 Home Room Manager I 2 Newtonian 3 School Exchange 2 National Honor Society 2 3 President 3 Delegate to Boys State 2 As sociate Council 3 NANCY MOIR 260 Lake Ave Newton Highlands Nance Molly Suppressed Desire To become a veterinarian Fondest Memory of N H S ing to the football games II Weeks College Cavalry Club 1 0 1 ' I . . .: I'. I I - I - I I ' it ' 1 ' , r. , I . . .: on - - -1 U us . -1 ' U - 1 1 for I th 1 1 Art , , , ry I, I F0 1 1 I1 7 I , , O I 1 1 I 9 5' 1 1 I 1 1 1 - Te , 2, 1 C - , ll 1 1 1 O 31 I 1 I 1 21 r 7 1 i I ., ,, -1 , ., -1 I W I to N.H.S.: 2,I 6 s. of - - - - 1 . ' ' , I . . .1 1 1 . . I 1 1 , , ' ' ' , I 1 1 I ' I I : I . , , . I ' . . .Z GO' 1 Ii - ' P.M. 1 1 1 DIS 1 1 - n U. , , F 7 21 '1 1 21 1 1 1 Ii I f ' 7 ' ' I 1 I 1 I I " I, 2, , al por I, 2, 1 1 1 1 1 . y I ' , ' ' ' I 1 1 1 I I 7 7 ' F 1 1 1 1 F , ' , 1 1 1 ' I u . 1 1 1 I 0 I 1 1 I ' 1 . . I I III' I ij . ' .. - I 1. 3155: I1 1. xl, .. - f .1 ,, r J, .5 -.,,x".1:i3 - , . QIIIIZ 5 ',,IIII'I.I III , II ,S f itgfrtfzz'-. X egifii If 11? :- I- ' u 1 . A. . . ,. V . -M xg fi1,:1 .. ? ' 3 '32 'L11s-.! I Li '- 1 I JOHN STEPHEN MONOHAN 21 Kilburn Rd., West Newton IV5 Waltham High School5 Ser- vice. -!-lsqwyfai-.,,-,.,,,,, JI . s-F5 . MAYNARD GARDNER MOODY 54 Newell Rd., Auburndale Gardner, Coon, Mood Suppressed Desire: To be cap- tain of a state champion golf team Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The many friends I have made I5 Warren5 College Mathematics Club 2, 35 Golf Team 2, 35 Intramural Sports 15 Science Fair 25 Class Com- mittee 3. ELEANOR MARICA MOORE 157 Hicks St., West Newton Ellie Suppressed Desire: To marry a certain person I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mrs. Huss IIIB5 Warren5 Business Basketball5 Softball5 Senior Play. the discourse on the corners when the ANDREW DAVID MORRISON 79 Atwood Ave., Newtonville Andy Suppressed Desire: This car andf or that girl Favorite Pastime: Suppressing the desire I5 Day5 College Hunting and Fishing Club l, 35 Rifle Club 1, 2, 35 Dance Com- mittees 35 Usher 25 Football Manager 1, 2, 3. ...yr buses take us to and fro. LAWRENCE ANTHONY MORRISON 41 Cornell St., Newton Upper Falls Sprock Suppressed Desire: To be a printer Favorite Pastime: Working on cars IIIA5 Warren5 Business. .P 2 ' 1, - Q..-L" , , L 5' I S iii A C. CARLTON BRETT MORSE 1 Cornell St., Newton Lower Falls C. B. Favorite Pastime: Eating S block lunch Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Play- ing tic-tac-toe in math class I5 Warren5 College Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 35 Rifle Club 1, 3. - ii: v w RICHARD ALDEN MOORE 15 Oak Terrace, Newton Highlands Dick Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: New- ton vs. Waltham game, "53" I Will to N.H.S.: My many gym shirts I5 Weeks5 College Camera Club 25 Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 25 Intramural Sports 25 Usher 2. EDNA-MAE MORSE 912 Dedham St., Oak Hill Eddie, Scribbles, Skippy Suppressed Desire: To be a blond I Will to N.H.S.: A new building with all first floors I5 Brookline High5 College Future Teachers Club 35 Music Club 35 Dance Committees 3. DOUGLAS E. MORAN 37 Cypress St., Newton Centre Moreo Suppressed Desire: To get an 'A' in English I Will to N.H.S.: An undefeated football team I5 DUY5 College Football 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 25 Indoor Track 35 Outdoor Track 2, 3. ss... 5 svsnsa- , E ' 1 1 5 5 , 5 EK", 'f , Qf'.,Qi.V.'.,s 1 .ns . Y g - ,sg -x ' is-rf V ' - Z -' J 6431519-'-5 3 . :X ' -' I 144,213 ' 1 x.-gn H-'avi v..,:,,, M ,Li . ,. .5 ii"1f!?FfiPE7fi1-5255 .34-i1fiP5'f,1' ' ,,,.. . S. .,:.g 13, ,,5,,,,: W, N.-.V 5. -:. 1s,,1g:.g5 if r,:2QiEf,e?5 .555 Q 4. .,.,., I, ,. , , ,.,! ..... . 1. 'heresy-5. . fi TYJXTSI ' 1: 1 I, . 31511, EiitE'js.gs4 if 5 . fi aglfigifqf ' . TP? I ' . - 5' 4 i -' z- ' ,gf . ,z ":,.f. ,NT 'ww sig. I 5 - , ,. A . ',ffi.-1.5 ' 5 5 gg -n!',.-,-I .- A gs :si ,-'N e.. 5.11.2 2,41 I , 1 :J -.H 4' . 'Rall V! ' 51' 5115 Q35-7 . . 1 RONALD JOSEPH MOREAU 670 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls IV. SHIRLEY ISABEL MOSSMAN 16 Hunter St., West Newton Sim, Slim Suppressed Desire: To become a "Mrs." Favorite Pastime: Having pizza with the big four IV5 Warren5 Business Outing Club 35 Senior Play 35 Spring Musical 25 Girls' Chorus 15Ol'1ife Work I. -I '1 gl?" 1,324 3' .' ' A U'x1.' Q'-2-gn 1 'ANL' ' ' A T, A ."5k3.s. . QR. - .7 .hgh Ml? - Y.: n 0' avi - I-ji. JUDITH ANN MULLAN 804 Boylston St., Newton Highlands California Kid Suppressed Desire: To drink that bottle of pink champagne with Adeline I Will to N.H.S.: My California accent IV: San Mateo High: Business Golf 3: Usher 3. WARREN TURNER MUNROE I2 King St., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To do more homework in less time I: Warren: College Chemistry Club 3: Radio Club I, 3: Usher 2: Science Fair I, 2, 3. PATRICIA ANN MURPHY 84 Boyd St., Newton Corner Pam Suppressed Desire: To work at the Angel Memorial Hospital Favorite Pastime: Watching T.V. IV: Day: Business Leader Corps 2. JANE MARCIA MURRAY 23 Webster St., West Newton Lucky Suppressed Desire: To graduate Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Home Decorating class, senior year IV: Bigelow: Business Basketball 2: Softball 2: Home Room Manager I, 2, 3: Usher I, 2. ORA MURRAY I2 Fessenden St., Newtonville Tweetie Favorite Pastime: Lengthy tele- phone conversations Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: S- Blocks with Bobbie Il: Day: College Music Club 3: Dance Committees: Legislature: Senior Play: Spring Musical: Vespers: Office Work I, 3: A Capella Choir 3. RODMON A. MURRAY Trapelo Rd., Lincoln Rod Suppressed Desire: To become something I Will to N.H.S.: My parking place IIIA: Millis High School: Service FRANCIS WILLIAM MURTHUR ll Carlotte Rd., Newton Centre Frank, Frannie Suppressed Desire: To graduate Favorite Pastime: Going down to the Galthl's station I: St. Sebastian's Country Day School: College Intramural Sports I, 3: Indoor Track I: Outdoor Track I. istr . J. 3. .-4, lv i n '. ,,, ,, 3 w X, I MARJORIE ANN MYERS BENJAMIN HAROLD 264 Ward St., Newton Centre Margie Favorite Pastime: Who has time? Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. HeintzeIman's English classes I: Bigelow: College English Club 2: French Club 2, 3: Music Club I, 2, 3: Neo- phytes I: Civics Committee 3: Dance Committees I, 2, 3: Junior Red Cross I: Newtonian 3: New- tonite I: Legislature I, 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Vespers 2, 3: Class Committee 2: Girls' Chorus I: Glee Club I. I623 Centre St., Newton Highlands Frenchie, Ben Favorite Pastime: Hot rod I Will to N.H.S.: The beautiful young women teachers to come IV: Weeks: Service Boys' Chorus I, 2, 3. NANCY CAROL NAPOLITANO 25 Melville Ave., Newtonville Nan Suppressed Desire: To marry Ray Favorite Pastime: Dancing and entertaining III: Day: Business Home Economics Club I: Music Club: Tennis 3: Softball I: Vol- Iey Ball 2. 18' .--""W ADELINE MARIE NARDONE 20 Ledgewood Rd., Newton Highlands Addie, Ad Suppressed Desire: To drink that bottle of pink champagne with Judy Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All the terrific kids I: Weeks: College Future Teachers Club I: Music Club 2: Archery 3: Usher 2, 3. sn ,tgssw JEFFREY DAVID NASON 25 Dolphin Rd., Newton Centre Jeff Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The Boulder Exchange I Will to N.H.S.: Kenyon study in the library I: Weeks: College International Club I: Mathe- matics Club 2, 3: Intramural Sports l: Dance Committees 3: Home Room Manager I: Orange Book 2, 3: Legislature 2: Senior Play Committee 3: Exchange 2: National Honor Society 2, 3: Class Committee 3. Q Wh ? PHYLLIS LINDA NASON 25 Dolphin Rd., Newton Centre Phyl Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: AI- Iegro I Will to N.H.S.: My place on Pulsifer Street I: Weeks: College French Club 2, 3: Dance Com- mittees 2, 3: Home Room Man- ager 2: .lunior Red Cross I: Stage Crew 3: Usher I: Spring Musical Committee 2: Class Committee 3. VICTOR FREDERICK NEAL 239 Speen St., Natick Spike Favorite Pastime: Watching the girls passing to class IIIA: Natick: Service Administrative Aid. 4 I I'r2iii.f'e . ROBERT JOHN I NEGROTTI 7 Cook St., Nonantum "Greek" iSuppressed Desire: To put the 'lights out in one of the tunnels 'Favorite Pastime: Watching the .girls' gym class IV, Day, Business NANCY RUTH NEILL 27 Oak St., Newton Upper Falls Suppressed Desire: To get through a song without a yawn Favorite Pastime: Learning Span- ish ll, Weeks, College Archery I, 3, Dance Committees 3, Spring Musical l, 3, Vespers I, 2, 3, Science Fair 2, 3. ELIZABETH MARIE NELSON I3 Dalby St., Newton Betty Suppressed Desire: To have long hair once again Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: First half of my iunior year in 225 IV, Milford High, College. the humming of machines in the Trade School I as we learn to create, MARJORIE BETH NOVACK I5 Westbourne Rd., Newton Centre Marjie Suppressed Desire: To flunk a subiect all year with straight IIFISII Favorite Pastime: Writing and receiving letters from Pennsyl- vania ll, Roxbury Memorial High for Girls, College Art Club 2, English Club 2. BARBARA ANN NUTTING 141 Edinboro St., Newtonville Barb Favorite Pastime: Bowling, danc ing, and writing letters to A.P.O. 81 I Will to N.H.S.: l leave my DOROTHY JANE NEWELL 238 Austin St., West Newton Dottie, Noodle Favorite Pastime: Kaloopin' around, 128 Johnson's I Will to N.H.S.: My clean I?l sneakers II, Warren, College Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club I, 3, Basketball I, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Home Room Manager 3, Senior Play 3, Ves- pers I, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, Neophytes, I. 46' DONALD JOSEPH NOLEN I2 Marshfield Rd., Newton Centre Don, D..l. Favorite Pastime: Skinny Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The past three years ll, Weeks, College. e -1 fx 1 .F , ' f 1511? f'4.Q1s' -5, U: vga, ' if .. I .f .. nz, ri., . wt fi f t 'f 'V eg 3 I WALTER DUDLEY NORDSTROM 27 Kilburn Rd., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To become a crew member of an atomic sub I Will to N.T.V.H.S.: Someone that can fix automatic record changers IIIA, Day, Service Administrative Aid 2, 3. LEON ERNEST OBER KAREN OBERMEYER ANNA CAROL 66 Pleasant St., West Newton Lee, Ob Suppressed Desire: To become an F.B.l. agent Favorite Pastime: Watching the girls pass in Building I corridors, and hunting freddes U hope, IV, Dlay, Business IV, Day, College tChandIer'sQ Hunting and Fishing Club I, Rifle Club I, Motion Picture Squad 3. 215 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Kay, Kari Favorite Pastime: Watching the clock in German class Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Col- orado Exchange ll, Weeks, College English Club 2, Music Club I, 2, Dance Committees 2, 3, Home Room Manager 2, Junior Red Cross I, Legislature 3, Orange Shield 3, Senior Play Committee 3, Spring Musical Committee 2, Vespers 2, 3, School Exchange 2, National Honor Society 2, 3, Secretary 3. OCCHIETTI 409 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To get mar- ried Favorite Pastime: Going to the movies and going dancing IV, Weeks, Business Music Club I. vs C1 CAROL ELIZABETH O'CONNELL I65 Fairway Dr., West Newton O'Duck Favorite Pastime: Annoying Mr. Harris Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All the wonderful kids l've met and will never forget I, Day, College Music Club I, 3, Outing Club I, Dance Committees I, 3, Newton- ite 2, Feature Editor 2, Vespers 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Tigerama 3, Class Committee 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 44 JOHN JOSEPH O'CONNELL 37 Endicott St., Newton Highlands Jack, Okey Suppressed Desire: To graduate I Will to N.H.S.: Next year's little sophomores I, ll, Weeks, College Rifle Club 2, Football 2, Outdoor Track I, 2, Home Room Manager I. WARREN DAIN OLIVER 30 Nod Hill Rd., Newton Highlands Dain Favorite Pastime: Long distance and marathon running Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Heintzelman's English l3a class of 1954-55 I, Weeks, College National Honor Society 2, 3. LOUISE ANN OLKEN I Cross Hill Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To have all my classes on the first floor Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Working backstage on "Our Town" I, Brookline High School, Col- lege Art Club I, 2, 3, Latin Club I, 2, 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, Stage Crew I, 2, Usher 2, Spring Musical Committee 2. Secretary 3. MILDRED ANNE O'NElL 9 Adams Ave., West Newton Favorite Pastime: Knitting IIIB, Warren, Business. WILLIAM E. O'NEIL I724 Beacon Street, Waban Bill Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: homeroom IZO6 I Will to N.H.S.: A parking lot for the students I, Warren, College Rifle Club I, Indoor Track 3, Outdoor Track 3, Orange Shield 3, School Exchange 2. I 1:--1' .IQ 3 ' ,iff ,. ,,.... - 4 , tc, . 5" ,,'. JOHN DOMINIC O'RElLLY 28 Morse Rd., Newtonville IIOVI Suppressed Desire: To be the first in line at the lunch counter Favorite Pastime: Collecting late slips I, Day, College Intramural Sports I, 2. CHARLES S. OLTON I7 Mayflower Terrace, Newton Highlands Chuck Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: home- room I206. I Will to N.H.S.: More students for J. C. I, Weeks, -allege Music Club I, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 2, 3, Anti-Smoking Com- mittee 2, Legislature I, 3, Spring Musical I. SHIRLEY IRENE PANAGGIO 4 Colonial Ave., Newtonville Shirl Favorite Pastime: "Sonny" Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Room 224 IV, Day, Business Newtonite 2. ANN T. PANASUK 340 Kennick St., Newton Suppressed Desire: To pass Eng- lish in 331. Favorite Pastime: Those certain weekends. ll, Bigelow, College Home Economics Club I, Music Club I, 2, 3, Outing Club I, Spanish Club 2, Rifle Club 2, Usher 2, Senior Play 3. LOUISE MARANDA PAOLINI IO3 Adams St., Newton Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: R. M. IV, Day, Business. NATALIE MARIE PAPA 22 Rockland St., Newton Highlands Lee Favorite Pastime: Bill I Will to N.H.S.: Six periods a day IV, Weeks, Business Building ll office. study SYLVIA CARMEN PARDO i950 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Syl Suppressed Desire: To drive a flashy red Cadillac convertible Favorite Pastime: Painting I, Belmont High School, College Music Club I. STEPHEN J. PARIS 5'l Crosby Rd., Chestnut Hill Suppressed Desire: To be able to eat from morning to night Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All the friends I have made I, Weeks, College International Club I, 2, 3, Dance Committee 2. f""'h if I I JACQUELINE RUTH PASS MARVIN PEARLSTEIN ANTOINETTE MARIE 7 Nottingham St., 25 Halper Rd., Oak Hill PELLEGRINI Newton Centre Mario 251 Aaams St., Newton Jackie, Jake, Jackson Suppressed Desire: To be in Ann, Tony Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Sen- movies Suppressed Desire: To travel ior year without math Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Gym around the world I Will to N.H.S. Abolishment of when it is raining out Favorite pastime: Movies and F block on Fridays I5 Roxbury Memorial High5 Col- going to hockey games ll5 Weeks5 College lege 'Vi Day: Business. English Club 2, 35 Future Teach- Cavalry Club 25 English Club 35 ers Club 25 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Indoor Trock 3: Home Room Golf 25 Dance Committees 35 Manager 3. Newtonite 35 Senior Play 35 Spring Musical 2, 3. the stillness of the deserted stairways, DUNCAN I. PERRO 57 Parson Street, West Newton Favorite Pastime: Eating lunch in S Block Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Writ- ing an excuse for being absent II5 St. Mary's5 College. JANE ANN PETERS 185 Hobart Rd., Newton Centre Janie Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The senior play and Mr. Spink I Will to N.H.S.: My brother I5 Weeks5 College Drama Club 2, 35 English Club 35 Neophytes I5 Softball 25 Dance Committees 35 Dramotics Board 2, 35 Junior Red Cross Council I5 Newtonite I, 35 Usher 25 Senior Play 35 Drama Festival 25 Office Work 'l, 2, 35 Senior Play Reading Committee 2. MARK B. PETERSON 47 Hancock Ave., Newton Centre Meat, Pete, -Censored Suppressed Desire: To cut the string from the flagpole that holds up Building I Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Walters I5 Weeks5 College Music Club 35 Radio I, 25 Home Room Managers I, 25 Stage Crew 2, 3, Manager 35 Senior Play Committee 35 Spring Mu- sical 2, 35 Vespers 35 Legis- Iature I. DALE PERANER 44 Pratt Drive, West Newton Suppressed Desire: To make a million I Will to N.H.S.: My brains II5 Garfield Junior High5 College Cavalry Club Ii English Club I5 Music Club I, 2, 35 Field Hockey I5 Archery I, 25 Senior Play 35 Vespers Programs 2. JANE McCOY PETTIT 264 Homer Street, Newton Centre Janie I Will to N.H.S.: all my fondest memories I5 Weeks5 College Music Club I, 2, 35 Orchesis I5 Tennis I5 Badminton 25 Dance Committees I, 2, 35 Newtonian 35 Orange Shield 35 Usher I, 25 Spring Musical 2. JOHN BARNARD PERKINS I64 Oliver Rd., Waban Suppressed Desire: To own a KWS-l, SP-600-JX, 4-element beams on all bands, IOO foot tower Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The Wilmington Exchange II5 Warren5 College Radio Club 2, 35 School Ex- change 2. BARBARA JAYNE PERLMUTTER 280 Ward St., Newton Centre Bobs, Barb, Bobbi Suppressed Desire: To be as beautiful as Alyce Feldman, and to sing Blues with Basie Favorite Pastime: Being with Mlkei trying to lose weight II5 Weeks5 College Cavalry Club I, 2, 3, Treasurer 25 Music Club I, 25 Outing Club 25 Badminton I5 Home Room Manager I5 Usher 25 Vespers Programs I, 25 Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3. KEVIN PHEENEY 20 Lombard St., Newton Kev Favorite Pastime: Daydreoming I Will to N.H.S.: All my warning cards lllB5 Bigelow5 College. " "l7YT1' '71, " ,'fiTEElz.ftH-A A, ' .1: el. bf , -- if A l ,i 1 it 'l'ffi"A it 4.7.5. ,I , , '1 R. J L ANTHONY SAM PICARELLO I5 Lexington Street, West Newton Tony Suppressed Desire: To be a master electrician Favorite Pastime: working on cars IIIA7 Warren, Business. V . ,- , f,,VV 114121111 . -Q5 15 A - H 3..wg.4?Q1 . 'A' ,V ' I W . - ' " E gb ' , - - A .4.- ,S 4 ., .s ,..., .. . - ' 3,1 T62 1 3 f 2 . I I I X 1 4' V! GZ 1 3 1 of Q ie 1 p. 1 -f'ff5fi'f- ., . ..,,, V .11,,,,.. . . V' ' "I" .7'fZ:'.1 .'7"3'Tl5i,f' Xlhuf V . r ' . a -V 1 f f 524 3. 1: 1 . , , , , , 1 , 116 , I CHARLES ANTHONY PICARIELLO I3I Crafts Street, Newtonville Chas Suppressed Desire: To slide down the banister from the third tIoor in Building II I Will to N.H.S.: Three dozen pens and pencils lost in my three years here ll, Day, College Aviation Club 3, Basketball I, -, -. . 1:-as ,. 1, .. .1 ..-'1:-:-f--1-zx.,-ae-1:-1-1m4-1-z1- JOSEPH ANTHONY PICCIRILLO 38 Wiltshire Road, Newton Joe, Pic, the R. and G. kid Favorite Pastime: Visiting Lasell Junior College Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Gath's Il, Day, Service Motion Picture Squad I, 2, 3. ELAINE ANDREA PIOTTI II7 Parker Ave., Newton Highlands Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: May I, I954 I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mr. Packard ll, Weeks, College French Club I, Music Club I, 2, 3, Orchesis I, Dance Committees I, 37 Usher I, Spring Musical 27 Vespers Programs I, 2, 3, Tiger- ama Entertainment Committee 3, THOMAS HOWARD PLATT 49 Fordham Road, West Newton "Duals" Suppressed Desire: To win the "500" Favorite Pastime: Speeding and girls ll, Day, Service Hunting and Fishing Club I, Rifle Club I, Motion Picture Football I, 2. 1 1 2213! ,sw fig I 15? ff yztjf fgifzf W f ff? 'HQHBMC ie gs 5-AN. 2 si, WILLIAM JOSEPH PODGORNI I87 Cypress Street Newton Centre Suppressed Desire Buying a car Favorite Pastime Riding my motorcycle ll Weeks Business Squad I, 2, 3. Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 37 P.T.S.A. Publicity Committee 2, Oftice Work 2, 3. :Elks 'QW ARTHUR PODOLSKY ELEANOR ANN 5 Truman Rd Oak Hill u Suppressed Desire To do well in college Favorite Pastlme Flying with the Civil Air Patrol I English High Boston College Debating Club 2 3 Meteorology Club 3 Music Club 2 ln oor Track I 2 3 Outdoor Track I 2 3 Home Room Manager 2 Usher POLEN 76 Elgin St Newton Centre Suppressed Desire T go t Europe and spend enough time in France to learn the language I Will to NHS My two ro thers Eddie for the basketball team and Randy for the base ball team I ll Weeks College French Club I 2 Music Club I 2 3 Outing Club 3 Span h Club 3 Dance Committees I 2 sher I Senior Play 3 Sprung Musical I 2 3 Ves s Pro rams I 2 3 GERALD JAY POLLACK 55 Prentice Rd Newton Centre Jerry Suppressed Desire To ride to school on a motorcycle Fondest Memory of NHS S block lunch I Weeks College Hunting and Fishing Club I nernational Club 2 3 tramural Sports I Dance Com mi ees 2 3 Home Room Manager I 3 Orange Shield 3 Senior Play 3 THOMAS FRANCIS POWERS 40 Sumner St Newton Centre Tom Suppressed Desire To cut oft all the D A s at N H S ll Miser tugboat and a longer chemistry period I, Bigelow, College Chemistry Club 3, Hunting and Fishing Club I, Music Club 3, RifIe Club I, 2, Outdoor Track I, 2, 3, Vespers 3, Science Fair I, 3. CAROLE PRATO IO8 Pine Ridge Rd Waban Fondest Memory of N H S Octo ber 8th of my lunior year I Will to N H S My brother Il Weeks College Music Club I 3 Outing Club I Dance Committees 3, Rally Com mittee I, Usher I, 2, Spring Musical I, Vespers Program 2, Girls' Chorus I, Tri HIY 2, 3, Tigerama 3 MARJORIE JANE PROCTOR 446 Lowell Ave Newtonville Margie Favorite Pastlme Talking on the telephone with C C Fondest Memory of N H S Eng lush class in I39 with Paul L and Sandy K I, Day, College French Club I, 2, 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Orange Shield 3, Spring Musical 2, Newtonite Ad Staff 2 JOANNE MARGIE PROIA I5 Broadway Newtonville Jo Joan Suppressed Desire To get on the Honor Roll Fondest Memory of NHS Mr Karpas's Problems of Democracy class IV, Day, Business CHARLOTTE ILENE PROVIZER I0 Charlotte Rd Newton Centre Charl Suppressed Desire To take a plane trip to see a certain some one Fondest Memory of N HS Mr Peterson's math class in room I27 I, Weeks, College Cavalry Club I, 2, Music Club I, 2, 3, Dance Committees 3, Home Room Manager I, Spring Musical 2, 3 'EEG aww a s ,1 - 11 W. . kszreg 3 ' tw . - W ,if 2 ri .v Z . , ,m .L,,,,A ,, V . . .f ' 'flff fb- . ft.ay2r2',a3t3 - V- My gg, y.- H Q1 flf fty, I- . V 14.11 W f '.pgQgZ1 fe ,. V 1. ,1 V, ,. , , xiii.. VE -2?-2:1-K: ,kg 2 I , . 1 . " .Qf -1 all " ' ' " " t 12" -1, 1, ' ff - D .j,3-,, f . ' .1 1. 3,94 ' - , 'gs .,, 'f 3 Q11 1-11-s1. gms,-,s 5 in ,fs , ' 'I I . l 'I 'I 3 H E P 11 Bill 1 o o 1 7 ' 7 I . . .: ID - 1 . ' 1 I ' 1 . I I ' I I I . ' . d . . . I I - 7 1 1 1 1 I 1 I I In- I I 2 I F Q 7 i - ' 1 1 1 It 1 1 1 I 7 I5 1 I F 1 1 F - 3: U 1 2: 1 1 1 I Per g 1 1 I 'I 1 I . . 1 . ' s I I , I I . .' . . . 7 7 . . 1 I W I to N.H.S.: y In a I I I . . .: - . . .: . - I-T. 3 3 , l l l l l 1 l I RUSSELL A. PUTNAM 140 Crafts St., Newtonville Russ, Putt Suppressed Desire, To be a high , school coach Y IV, Day, Service Baseball l, 2, Football l, 2, ln- door Track l, 2, Dance Com- mittees l, Rally Committee 3. Vkl. I f rli C , S ' wma 3311+-e,- , EV K y N , ,r. ,, . , -, V.., ' ,4r" 3 l A - 'f.gff LV,, 31 JE 1 A R 'Q ,:m, iz Vg kkV,V Q, . 54, S .ft . e- . ty Y li' V is-ry X , K f,kfV' ,, Y sa fbtk. Yr ,Q-'ff H ' l l if J-ig., V, il... Y 'KN' 3 ,ii, e . ii iifri ' 'S if' , T DONALD PAUL QUINN DONALD ROBERT MARJORIE JOAN EDWARD DAVID 50 Lindbergh Ave., West Newton Don - 392 Cherry St., West Newton 64 Athelstane Rd., 6 Spaulding Lane, Oak Hill gUPEiVe55ed Deslfet To return lo Red, Don, Irish, Curly Newton Centre Eddie ou er Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The exchange with Boulder, Colo- rado l, Warren, College English Club 2, President 3, Music Club l, 2, 3, Golf 2, 3, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, Dance Committees l, Newtonite 3, Legislature 2, 3, School Ex- change 2, Band 1, 2, 3- Suppressed Desire: To call Mr. Ethier "Ray" Favorite Pastime: Cars, sports ll, Day, College Art Club l, 2, 3, Exchange 3. is yd the turning of pages in college catalogues as we ponder our future. DOUGLAS HERBERT RAUBENHEIMER 197 Walnut St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: lis- tening to Mr. Packard talk about his college days l Will to N.H.S.: An all girl applied-math class to Mr. Knap- man ll, Day, College Tennis l, 2, Cross Country Track 2, 3. x ,, 1 , ry 4 l l 'i l l i il . 2 I l 1 1 1 l MARGARET HELEN REAGAN 351 Waban Ave., Waban Peggy, Peg Favorite Pastime: Doing errands S block Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Home room and math with Mr. Walters l, ll, Warren, College Music Club l, 2, 3, Orchesis l, 2, Outing Club l, Spanish Club 2, 3, Tennis l, 2, 3, Dance Com- mittees l, 2, 3, Newtonite 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical l, 2, 3, Fencing 2, Girls' Chorus l, 2, Office Work 3, Glee Club l. ARTHUR JOHN REDLAND 147 Randlett Park, West Newton Woody Suppressed Desire: To shoot a "lOO", standing, against Wal- tham Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Kougl'1an's homeroom l, Day, College Rifle Club l, 2, 3. .. Mariie, Marge Suppressed Desire: To make something of myself Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The wonderful friends l've made ll, Weeks, College Art Club 2, 3, Vice-President 2, President 3, French Club l, 2, Vice-President 2, International Club 3, Treasurer, Music Club l, 2, 3, Orchesis l, 2, 3, Tennis 'l, 3, Newtonian Art Stott 3, Spring Musical Publicity Committee 2, Vespers 3, Glee Club l, Girls' Chorus, Marching Band, Con- cert Band. BURTON R. REED 'l97 Grove St., Auburndale Burt Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: ll4 and Senorita McGuire I Will to N.H.S.: 23l2 and all l5O pupils of D block study ll, Warren, College. 1'E"'17 Suppressed Desire: To burn all French books Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Leav- ing room ll9 ll, Solomon Lewenburg, College. ALAN HENRY RABINOVITZ 14 Cloverdale Rd., Newton Centre Al Favorite Pastime: Wine, women, and song l, Weeks, College Hunting and Fishing Club l, 2, 3, Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, Dance Committees 3, Legislature 2, 3, Orange Shield 3, Spring Musical 2. CAROL ELIZEBETH REED ll9 Windermere Rd., Auburndale Gug Suppressed Desire: To be a tiger Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My junior year, l206 with Mr. Wal- ters l, ll, Warren, College Cavalry Club 2, Future Teachers Club 3, Music Club l, 2, 3, Out- ing Club l, Basketball l, Soft- ball 2, Dance Committees l, 2, 3, Leader Corps 2, 3, Senior Play Committee Chairman 3, Girls' Chorus l, 'HS RONALD DELL REED 15 Laurel St., Newton Centre Ron Suppressed Desire: To win my letter back I Will to N.H.S.: Teachers like Mr. Hall I, Weeks, College Football 2, Track, Indoor 1, 2, Track, Outdoor 2, 3. CARLOTTA GAY REGAN 16 Larkin Rd., West Newton Carl Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My sophomore and iunior years, when ignorance was bliss I Will to N.H.S.: S.A.C. - carry on! ll, Day, College Future Teachers Club 2, Music Club 1, 2, Orchesis 2, 3, Out- ing Club 1, 2, Tennis 1, Anti- Smoking Committee 1, Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, Home Room Manager 2, Newtonite 2, Legis- lature 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, Rally Committee 3, Usher 1, 2, Vespers Programs 1, 2, . I . -:-l: 1 3 F , s I ill' 'k.v ,. i'l- JAMES REID 119 Powers St., Needham, Mass. Jimmy Suppressed Desire: To have "A" lunch for once Favorite Pastime: Having argu- ments with my radio teacher, Mr. Batt IIIA, Needham Junior High, Service. GEORGE DAVID RELF 21 Thaxter St., Newton Suppressed Desire: To call Mr. Koughan - "son" I Will to N.H.S.: A room on the 4th floor of building "2" for Mr. Batt IIIA Radio, Day, Service. 'vi STEPHEN ALVIN RESNICK 200 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill Favorite Pastime: Wine, women, and more wine I, Weeks, College Debating Club 3, English Club 3, Track, Indoor 3, Track, Out- door 3, Senior Play 3. s rs , sr::: , i, l -we it M ' . ,. '.l' 22:7 .ssc .ssr ' 'i.-. - ' . rrg, A. il'i ff --ii V M f ,g jf -.,, . si is il . .':,.r .,...rt ,f . . if, i CAROL LEE REYNOLDS MARTIN EDWARD MARILYN ESTHER BEVERLY ANNE I 706 Scwmill Brook PGYKWGYI RICHARDS RIZZA ROBERTS I . Newton Centre 176 Hartman Rd., 40 Alden Place, West Newton 49 Duncklee St., . Renme Newton Centre Blondie, Riz, Dummy Newton Highlands Fendesl Mem0"Y.0f N-H-5-2 "The Marty Suppressed Desire: To marry Suppressed Desire: To graduate Blue Deem" Senlef Pfem 'II9:55' Suppressed Desire: To be served S.A. and have twins and get married I will to N-H-5-2 "The Meme by waitresses in the lunchroom Fondest Memory of N.H,S., Favorite Pastime: Ronnie ' Stem SOf19"i mr 'OP dense l Will to N.H.S.: one pair of Meeting the girls in Building l ll, weeks, College II? Weeks? College ' gym shorts at 11:45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3. MUSIC C-I'-lb If 2' 37 O'Chef'5 If ll, Boston Technical High, Col- IV, Warren, Business 37 Tennls I7 Dance Co'f'm'IIee5 lege Music Club 1, Basketball 1, Ten- I' 2' 3? RCIIY Commlttee 37 Camera Club 1, 2, 3, OHice nis 2, Field Hockey 1, Softball Ushers 1, 2, Spring Musical 1, Work. 1: volley Boll 1. 2, 3, Vespers Programs 1, 2, i Tri-Hi-Y 1, Office Work 2, Girls' I Chorus 1, 3, Senior Prom Com- mittee 3. , KIMBALL F. ROBERTS GAIL PERINA VICKIE LOUISE ARNOLD P. ROFFMAN ELIZABETH LOUISE 1282 Boylston St., 100 Rosalie Rd., Newton Centre Newfen UPPef FGIIS 54 Oak Ave., West Newton 51 Brooks Ave., Newtonville Amie 300 Linwood Ave., Newtonville I Klm Suppressed Desire: To be under Vick Fendesl Meme"Y of N-I'I'S-i Five Betty Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: -The the "alkfluence of inkIhol" Favorite Pastime: "Boofus Club" A lunches in mY Senlef Year Suppressed Desire: To be an I FfldUY n'9I"I' Ioolboll meefmgs Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The I Wil' I0 N-H-5-2 MY bflefcese R.N. at the Clatlin School I Will to N.H.S.: An unde- feated football team for 1956 ll, Weeks, College Football 1, 2, 3, Ice Hockey 3. the kids Il, Warren, College Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Newtonite Ad Staff 2, Ves- pers Programs 2, 3, Senior Play Committee 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Office Work 2. day I slid down the railing of Building Il I, Day, College Home Economics Club 1, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, Leg- islature 1. containing the answers to all term tests I, Brookline High, College Debating Club 3. Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: ' Lunches with Shirl ll, Day, College i Camera Club 1, Home Econom- I ics Club 2, Music Club 2, Out- i ing Club 3, Badminton 3, Orf I ange Shield 3. X I l '15 PETER DIMLER ROGGEVEEN 78 Cumberland Rd., West Newton Pete, Rogg Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Working with Smitty and having all the great teachers that I did I Will to N.H.S.: Best of luck I, Warren, College Music Club 3, Rifle Club 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, Indoor Track 3, Out- door Track 3- .047 www MARY M. ROONEY 458 Woodward St., Waban Suppressed Desire: To have my suppressed desire fulfilled Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Hen parties and Howard Johnson's l128l I, Warren, College English Club 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Tennis 3, Dance Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, Leader Corps 3, Legislature 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, Ves- pers Programs 1, 2, 3. RICHARD HERBERT ROSEN 22 Brackett Rd., Newton Dick, Herb Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Pull- ing the flask out in Mr. Taylor's class I, Bigelow, College Chemistry Club 3, Debating Club 1, 2, Drama Club 3, Hunt- ing and Fishing Club 1, ln- ternational Club 2, Latin Club 1, Dance Committees 2, Legisla- ture 3, Motion Picture Squads 1, 2, 3, Senior Play 3- .nn-we '55 ARTHUR HARRIS ROSENBERG 11 Roosevelt Rd., Newton Centre Artie, Rosey Suppressed Desire: To pass Mr. Walters math course Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The wonderful friends and teachers I encountered Aviation Club 3, Camera Club 1, 2, 3, Debating Club 1, French Club 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Dance Committees 3, Junior Red Cross Council 3, Ushers 3, Spring Musical 3. X C j . , 3, .ui v N c,1 - W, 7 L... q.,q,. I Y X ' i..'i'A I JEROME MICHAEL ROSENBERG 64 Evelyn Rd., Waban Jerry Suppressed Desire: To arrive at school one day at 8:29 Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Study periods in 2312, S blocks in 2105 I, Brookline High, College Camera Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Dance Committees 3, Junior Red Cross Council 3. I -' 4i,,.a,.fi . WL ,,uw""'1'0j W --- W MQW -ef J ,4- IYYLJA' ' j,J"'p ' ,. , yi ,M J' vi. ' s forever striving to benefit from our teachersla doctrines. LOIS ANN ROSENTHAL 41 Wessex Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To be one of the top junior fashion and photographers' models I Will to N.H.S.: Crowded tun- nels ll, Weeks, College Art Club 1, 3, English Club 2, Music Club 2, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager 2, Newtonite 1, Spring Musical 2. LINDA JOAN ROSS 151 Stanley Rd., Waban Lin, Lindy-Lou Suppressed Desire: To get to be 5' 1" some day Favorite Pastime: Dick l, Weeks, College Future Teachers Club 1, Home Economics Club I, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Neophytes 1, Orchesis l, 2, 3, Outing Club 2, Per- sonality Club 1, Basketball 1, Archery 2, Softball 1, Volley Ball 1, Dance Committees 1, 2. L. - 4 1 9 0 lf" I PN- .' Y' ff, l,U' WY -0 Y V" If ls ,7 ,I -f .,s i ua YC . ' LY . sl T . 4 qfjili I lk 11 F L.. vt uf' J l . ' A .-V 4 it F If .J 1 - J C f' AK 4' I ,L .JI NA . NATALIE ROSENGARD - - , i- ' V280 Quinobequin Rd., Waban wtf' ' W J-J n ' . J. Beanie Favorite Pastime: Dreaming of Q... ' " C Aw, -M4 things I cannot have JJ.,-5" yi Q, IA Eondest Memory of N.H.S.: The I1 lv" L .Wonderful friends l've made ' J, f., ' I X ,lvl and Mr. Peterson 1 'i L ,J ' ' 1- -" ,. ll, Warren, College J' 5 - l ,,.-l g 4 Dfama Club 2, 3, English club 'lj ' ,. i., I , . ' fMFrench Club 1, 2, Music Club J, " 'L l-7 v a tr F, 2, 3, Neophytes 1, President - ' ,, .Q Q, ' J' 1, .pnce Committees 1, 2, 3, ,rv "' ' , , ,.- ' , Us er 1, Class Committee 2, Ur,v"' - - 7- f ,, , ' ' . Drama Festival Make-up Com- ' , I 5' ' l S... 1 mittee, Spring Musical Com- A 'D 0 4 ' , " " mittee 1, 2, Senior Play Com- ., ',-7 i 'u ' N if! 'VJ' mittee 3, Christmas Vespers J J' ,-J ."1's J-.-Ky' 1 i I, ., 'Committee 3, Newtonian 3. ,JK L ' Jh',r,Z 1 -fr t 9. ,N F ' ' ' : .4 I i Ji' in 'I' M In .sr , J! RITA FLORENCE ROSSI CHARLES STEPHEN ' ROBERT STEPHEN 35 Middle St-, Newton ROTENBERG ROWLINGS 5UPPfeSSed DeSl"ef T0 Walk UP 20 Wachusett Road, 70 Greylock Rd., Newtonville escalators which are going down Cheslnul l-llll Rebel Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All the classes I didn't skip IV, Day, Business. Chuck, Charlie . Suppressed Desire: To send books through a pneumatic de- livery tube between 113 and 317 at 2:30 Favorite Pastime: Relaxing, music, travel Lawrence Academy, College Music Club 3, Junior Red Cross Council 3, Science Fair 3. Favorite Pastime: Lugging pro- lection equipment I Will to N.H.S.: More swell, all- round teachers like Mr. Gradone I, Day, College Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3, Ushers 1, 2, Hunting and Fish- ing Club 1, Spanish Club 3, Basketball 1, Exchange 3. 'K' BAYLIE LINDA RUBIN 26 Marshall St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To meet Marcia in California I Will to N.H.S.: The marks I never got, but always wanted I5 Weeks5 College French Club 1, 2, 35 Music Club I, 2, 35 Orchesis 1, 2, 35 Ten- nis 15 Dance Committees 1, 2, 35 Legislature 1, 25 Orange Shield 35 Usher 15 Spring Musical 1, 2, 35 Vespers 35 Office Work 2. THEODORE LEE RUBIN 26 Philmore Rd., Newton Ted, Taza Favorite Pastime: Tennis I Will to N.H.S.: The blanks in Miss South's history test I5 Bigelow5 College Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Ten- nis 2, 35 Dance Committees I, 2, 35 Senior Play 35 Spring Musical 2, 35 Baseball 15 De- bating Club 1, 2, 35 Inter- national Club 1, 2, 3. MARVIN JASON RUTFIELD 15 Vine St., Oak Hill Marv Suppressed Desire: To go any- where without a pass Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Those miserable tunnels IV5 Roxbury Memorial High5 Col- lege Basketball 1, 25 Intramural Sports 25 Tennis I5 Senior Play 35 Camera Club 15 French Club MARGARET CECILE RYAN 251 Webster St., West Newton Ceil Favorite Pastime: Seeing Hank I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mr. Gradone IV5 Warren5 Business Basketball 1, 25 Tennis 1, 2, 3. 5' ' -Val," Ji? f,i,H7r:'?'.' P6157 ffwiv' vb 'fiVi5"3!"4fif4EZ"-71 ' . ' -A-5 fffrww- 1- ,f . 55.5-V4 55 5W .,ss if W-z1fw5:::5 5. 2- 1 :'s0.x'.' " ,.- vf . My f 5 -3 -1 139' -' .7431 , 'f' 'LW' 5 5 " ff 5 ., ",Mf.egs2 1, . sfaz ff V21 ,ii 1 f f ff W W IW X ff ! 9 gg I 6 1 A, fi cwz 2 19927 fe? if-' ,, 55:2-11-gf? 5- ff cf., ,X f f 5115 5 Pye? ,,r, LOUIS ROBERT SABETTY JR. 20 Churchill St., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To have elevators in all buildings IIIA Radio5 Day5 Business. DAVID BERNARD SACHAR 66 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville Dave Suppressed Desire: That my sup- pressed desire didn't have to be suppressed Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: A year of English with Mr. Heint- zelman I5 Day5 College Home Room Manager 25 Legisla- ture 35 Senior Play 35 School Exchange 2 National Honor Society 2 Science Fair 1 De bating Club 1 Drama Club 3 Mathematics Club 3 Neophytes 1, 2. ROBERT MILES SADE 815 Chestnut St., Waban Bob, Jerry Suppressed Desire: To have a twin brother I Will to N.H.S.: My campaign sneakers I5 Weeks5 College Drama Club 2, 3, Treasurer 25 Meteorology I, 2, 3, Treasurer I, Vice-President 25 Music Club 15 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Dance Committees 2, 35 General Chairman of Junior Dance Fin ance Board 2 Legislature 1 3 Ushers 3 Senior Play 3 Spring M slcal 1 Vespers 2 3 a tional Honor Society 2 3 Treasurer of Class 1 2 Pres: dent of Class 3 ROBERTA LOIS SADE 815 Chestnut St., Waban Bette, Sadie Suppressed Desire: To have a twin sister Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Staying for after school sports II5 Weeks5 College Drama Club 35 Home Economics I5 International Club 35 Music Club 35 Outing Club 25 Basket- ball I, 2, 35 Tennis 25 Field Hockey 2, 35 Badminton 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1 2 3 Dance Com mittee 3 Leader Corps 3 Civics Committee 3 Softball 1 Senior Play 3 Spring Musical 3 BARBARA I. SADOW 40 Judith Rd., Newton Centre Barb, Babs Suppressed Desire: To own a Thunderbird Favorite Pastime: Being mistaken for my twin, Arlene Winer I5 Weeks5 College French Club 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Music Club 2, 35 Newtonite 2, 35 Orange Shield 35 Senior Play 35 Oflice Work 3. ELAINE DOROTHY SALLET 410 Homer St Newton Centre Lanny Favorite Pastime Licking taffy apples with R S 7999 Fondest Memory of N HS The day Roberta found a banana skin in her coat pocket Il Jeremiah E Burke High Col lege French Club 2 3 Music Club 3 Archery 2 Dance Committees 3 Senior Play 3 Tennis 1 DOROTHY LOUISE SALVINI 136 Austin St Newtonville Boots Suppressed Desire To talk like Donald Duck in English class I Will to N H S All the napkins from my S block lunches I Day College Ri e Club 1 2 Basketball 2 Softball 2 Volley Ball 2 Ves pers 2 Science Fair 2 Usher 2 Spanish Club 3 rv? PAUL EDWARD SAMUELS 33 Reservoir Dr Chestnut Hill Suppressed Desire Thats my business W to NHS My phon library slips II Weeks College Debating Club 3 Rifle Club 1 Tennis 3 Home Room Manager 1 Legislature 3 Senior Play 3 wwf 5, ,gf f fs amy? fix fff PM PRIMO R SANCRICCA Elliot St Newton Upper Falls Chico Suppressed Desire To get mar married to Janice and own a house Favorite Pastlme Trying to find Janice In those crowded corrl dors IIIA Weeks Business Trade School AA I 'Vs EB JEAN CATHERINE SANTILHANO 58 Bow Rd Newton Centre Gigi Suppressed Desire You dont know do you'-' Fondest Memory of NHS All of the parties dances and good times Il Weeks College Music Club 3 Neophytes 1 Spanish Club 2 3 Tennis 3 Volley Ball 3 Sprung Musical 2 - ' 7 ' I 1 i ' I I u u n . ' 7 ' ' , - 1 1- 1 . 1 1 t 7 7 I I I - I . I - . U 1 1 1 N - 1 - I I n 1. I F I I ' . 232 ., 'I 'I 'I . 'I . . . . . . - , ' , - . I v . . .... , . 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A A M, , .4 -, 2 , ' ' 425' 1 5 , , ' 5 - ,P ' ,:'?'i'm. ,,,. .1'- ', ' M. " i 'I ' 1' v 1 1 '. " '-.4 ' 'J - ,-'fv I 5 ' ar - ,JXVZIZ ' 5 ' . 1 -11.111 -4 5'2f!5av:f'.' ' 'Q - . L f :wx 1-. ..u1I.-pm-G .fa 1. : w 1 5521 ff 1 2 B .Ma fi i DENSON LOUIS SATTERFIELD 44 Gammons Rd., Waban Rebel Suppressed Desire: To steal Doug WiIde's motorcycle Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: "Gooting off" in speech hall I, Day, College Rifle Club I, 2, Junior Red Cross Council I. ' Q' ' I ji x is 'Y A A I f ?,31i5'iEi,L'5 X 5 fs , WILLIAM BURTON SAUNDERS 77 Central Ave., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To go tlying with Mr. Willard I Will to N.H.S.: All the apple cores I threw out the window during homeroom period ll, Warren, College. SANDRA WELBY SCANLON I69 Park St., Newton Sandie, San Suppressed Desire: To drive down Walnut Street, 85 m.p.h., in an M.G. I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mr. Merritt, Mr. Willard, and Mr. Lasker Il, Bigelow, College Drama Club 2, 3, Music Club I, .,f,y'- AY "ff , 1 , , , f.f:"z,-fra--. ,fur 'I-vhs., -,J ,, 1 :f-- J fm, ' " " W" 'Qsfmtl 1 ' ve, - , ,.,.-.-- . 1-,a lj,,g..'.. .5n.....f .. ', , ' 4 1. 1, 1 4, , f is .bfi Hi. .Ra-.J 1-if 1-ffuil, the cries of pleasure at our final production of "Arsenic and Old Lace," GLADYS SCHWARTZ I2 Fellsmere Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To prolong the week-end Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: S block lunches I, Jeremiah E. Burke High, Col- lege French Club 2, 3, Music Club 2, 3, Newtonite 2, Orange Shield 3. PAUL STANLEY SCHWARTZ 27 Daniel St., Newton Centre Paul Suppressed Desire: To score a touchdown Favorite Pastime: All sports and reading I, Worcester Classical, College Science 3, Football I, 2, 3, ln- tramural Sports I, 2, Tennis I, 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Orange Shield 3, Captain 3, Spring Musical 2, School Ex- change 2, National Honor So- ciety 2, 3, Touchdown I, 2. MARIE JOSEPHINE SCICHILONE 5 Rose Dr., West Newton Mary, "Chick" Favorite Pastime: Talking to the boys I Will to N.H.S.: An old-age pension IV, Day, Business Ottice Work, Usher. We We BRIGITTE ELISABETH SCHAZLER 82 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre Giggi Favorite Pastime: Hearing con- certs and singing in A Capella Choir I Will to N.H.S.: Helicopter be- tween fourth floor of Building I and third tloor of Building II I, Vienna, College Music Club 3, American Field Service Exchange Student. CAROL MARY LOUISE SCIPIONE 605 Walnut St., Newtonville Carol, Chippy Suppressed Desire: To get all IIAISII Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Koughan's homeroom l2lO5l and the wonderful friends l've met at N.H.S. Il, Day, College Future Teachers I, 2, 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Spring Musical 2, 3, Vespers 2, 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3. -'.A LOUIS JOSEPH SCHELL 23I Ward St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To have nothing to worry about. I Will to N.H.S.: My "A's" in English I, Weeks, College Tennis I, 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, Orange Shield 2, Spring Musical I, Science Club I, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, President 3. 3: 'Q JOYCE BEVERLY SCHNEIDER I4 Pierrepont Rd., Newton Lower Falls Jo Suppressed Desire: To be a freshman at Princeton or Dart- mouth I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers who understand us juvenile de- linquents I, ll, Warren, College Cavalry Club I, 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Orchesis I, 2, Dance Committees I, Newtonite 2, 3, Spring Musical I, Vespers 2, 3. JOAN SCIPIONE 60 Concolor Ave., Newton Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The I955 Senior Prom I Will to N.H.S.: My mouldy green gym suit and my "holy" sneakers I, Bigelow, College Music Club I, 2, 3, Outing Club I, 2, 3, Tennis I, 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Leader Corps 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Ves- pers 2, 3, A Capella Choir 2, 3. ts, I CAROL ANN SCOTT 48 Chestnut Ter., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To be sweet and innocent Favorite Paslime: Solving every- one else's problems I7 Weeks7 College Music Club 1, 2, 37 Orchesis 17 Tennis 17 Dance Commit- tees 1, 2, 37 Leader Corps 37 Newtonian 37 Newtonite 37 Legislature 1, 37 Orange Shield 27 Ushers 17 Spring Musical 37 Vespers 37 Class Committee 27 Tri-Hi-Y7 A Capella Choir. MARY LOUISE SCOTT 106 Gardner St., Newton Suppressed Desire: To abolish homework I Will to N.H.S.: All my walks between the 3rd floor of Building ll to the 3rd floor of Building I I7 Bigelow7 College Mathematics Club 17 Orange Shield 27 Senior Class Com- mittee. lgl, e. ,,..g ,, ,y GAIL SCRIBNER 15 Bracebridge Rd,, Newton Centre Scribby, Scrib Favorite Pastime: Playing golf lthat's playing??l I7 Weeks7 College French Club 37 Music Club 2, 37 Basketball 2, 37 Golf 27 Tennis 1, 37 Softball 27 Dance Com- mittees 37 Girls' Athletic Board 37 Leader Corps 27 Legislature 3. HELEN RUTH SELIGSBERGER 35 Norwood Ave., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: S block in 2106 with the two Bs I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mr. Harris lEnglishI I7 P.S. duPont High: College Drama Club 37 French Club 2, 37 Music Club 37 Dance Com- mittees 2, 37 Newtonite 37 Senior Play 37 Spring Musical 2, 3. STEPHEN MURRAY SELTZER 990 Centre Street, Newton Centre Steve, Roger Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Stay- ing in R.M.'s office after 5:00 during football season Suppressed Desire: To turn up at hockey practice without the sticks I7 Weeks7 College Chemistry Club 37 Mathematics Club 2, 37 Newtonian Features Editor 37 Orange Book 2, 37 National Honor Society 2, 37 Science Fair 17 Football Mana- ger 1, 2, 37 Ice Hockey Mana- ger 2, 37 Scholarship Roll f S. , ,gm , ,Wu Mk , . -, l. :.,.,, 7 ,-" v . 1 nl 75 is c ,W . YC. K, 23 .1 ' :fir z if .Q-'Q ,. x 2: f if V F, I TH-somone L. SEMRAD 86 Upland Rd., Waban Ted Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Room 127 at 2:40 I Will to N.H.S.: Two extra gym periods a week II7 Weeks7 College Rifle 1, 2. Q X . ' Q fe. 1 4, BENNET JOSEPH SERKIN 535 Ward St., Newton Centre Ben, Big Ben Suppressed Desire: To take out a certain senior girl I Will to N.H.S.: My whole collection of white cards I7 Weeks7 College Chemistry Club 37 Mathematics Club 3j Rifle Club 1, 37 Bas- ketball 37 Tennis 1, 2, 3i Cap- tain 3. JOAN ANNE SEU FERT 193 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Joanie Suppressed Desire: To own a miniature French Poodle called Paulibus Favorite Pastime: Maravista II7 Weeks7 College Music Club 1, 2, 37 Outing Club 2, 37 Dance Committees 2, 37 Orange Shield 27 Senior Play 37 Vespers 2, 37 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3. NANCY ELIZABETH SEYMOUR 26 Homestead St., Waban Si-Si, Shorty Suppressed Desire: I'lI never tell!! Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All the wonderful friends I have made II7 Weeks7 College Future Teachers Club 37 Music Club 2, 37 Neophytes 17 Out- ing Club 27 Golf 27 Archery 37 Dance Committees 37 Newtonite 27 Legislature 27 Spring Musical 2, 37 Vespers 2, 3. NANCY HINDA SHAFFMAN 18 Milo St., West Newton Nance Favorite Pastime: Daydreaming I Will to N.H.S.: Mr. Willard's gavel II7 Warren7 College Dance Committees 2, 37 New- tonite 2, 37 Senior Play 37 Spring Musical 1, 2, 37 Ves- pers Programs 2, 37 A Capella Choir 2, 37 Glee Club 17 French Club 2, 37 Music Club 1, 2, 37 Intramural Sports 2, 3. MARJORIE RUTH SHAIN 1382 Beacon St., Waban Marge, Margie I7 Weeks7 College Art Club I7 Neophytes 17 Eng- Iish Club Ti Future Teachers Club 17 Music Club '1, 2, 37 Dance Committees 2, 37 New- tonite 2, 37 Usher 17 Spring Musical 1, 3. JOYCE ROSE SHALDONE 374 Boylston St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To marry a certain boy named Bill Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The Senior Prom, "1955" IV7 Weeks7 Business Music Club 1, 27 Usher 17 Tri- Hi-Y1, 27 Outing Club 3. Q. 'UTT1' JUDITH LEAH SHAPIRO 7 Holland St., Newton Judy Suppressed Desire: To grow tall instead of short Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: 146 in my senior year II7 Bigelow7 College Dance Committees 37 French Club 37 Future Teachers Club 17 Music Club 37 Newtonite 1. NANCY LEAH SHAPIRO 38 Burr Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The class of '55 I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mr. Loring and Mr. Bissex II7 Weeks7 College Drama Club 37 English Club 37 French Club 17 Music Club 37 Neophyptes 17 Dance Commit- tees 2, 37 Newtonite 1, 2, 37 Spring Musical 17 Office Work. ,-9" -,,, , I I ROBERTA R. SHAPIRO I6 Howland Rd., West Newton Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The day I found a banana skin in my coat pocket I Will to N.H.S.: My brother, Stunky II, Warren, College Art Club 3, French Club I, 2, 3, Music Club 3, Dance Com- mittees 3, Newtonite I, Orange Shield 2, Senior Play 3. ff? CAROL ANN SHAUGHNESSY I2-A Cottage St., Newton Upper Falls Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Tak- ing the heart out of the frog in biology class I Will to N.H.S.: A cart of worms for biology classes IV, Weeks, Business Music Club 3, Usher 2, Senior Play 3. MARY FRANCES SHAUGHNESSY 42 Amherst Rd., Waban Shaun Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The "55" outing club trip to Peter- boro I Will to N.H.S.: A larger cafe- teria ll, Warren, College Music Club 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Personality Club I, Spanish Club 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, Volley Ball I, 2, 3, Dance Committees 3, Field Hockey I, .-4, I ff , f . I I J?5l2 I f J I ANNE ELIZABETH SHAW IOI Charlemont St., Newton Highlands Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The driver education course I Will to N.H.S.: A boat for the tunnels on rainy days ll, Weeks, College Band I, A Capella Choir 2, 3, Glee Club I, Music Club I, 2, 3, Outing Club 2, Archery I, 2, 3, Vespers I, 2, 3. 4-ss.-Q FREDDA MERLE SHERMAN I7 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Freddie Suppressed Desire: To follow in Sarah Bernhardt's footsteps I Will to N.H.S.: A senior class as great as ours Il, J.E. Burke High, College Junior Red Cross Council 3, Legislature 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 2, Vespers Pro- grams 3, Cavalry Club 3, Fu- ture Teachers Club 3, Music sq A f . ,.- f the gaiety and laughter at our Senior Prom--- LAWRENCE M. SHERMAN 74 Brackett Rd., Newton larry Suppressed Desire: To know every student in the school by name I Will to N.H.S.: The beautiful sophomores. l, Bigelow, College Aviation Club I, Cavalry Club I, Debating Club 3, Drama Club 2, 3, French Club 2, Meteorology Club 3, Music. Club I, 2, 3, Rifle Club I, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Civics Committee 3, Senior Class Committee 3, Dance Committees 2, 3, Home Room Managers 2, Junior Red Cross Council I, SHIRLEY-ANN MARIE SHIMKUS 30 Belmont St., Newton Corner Shim Suppressed Desire: Always to go with Jim Favorite Pastime: Being with Jim ll, Bigelow, College Mixed Glee Club I, Chorus I, Vespers I, 2, A Capella Choir 2. NANCY LEE SHORE 96 lake Ave., Newton Centre Nan, Nance Suppressed Desire: To wear ber- muda shorts and knee socks to school I Will to N.H.S.: Refrigerated desks to keep our lunches in II, Weeks, College Personality Club 3, Dance Com- mittees 3, Spring Musical 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Art Club 3, French Club I, Home Eco- nomics Club 3. 9 JOANNE RACHEL SHORT 90 Mandalay Rd., Newton Centre Joanie, "Shortcake", Jo Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All the wonderful friends I have met here I Will to N.H.S.: My "truck- load" of books I, Weeks, College International Club 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Secretary 2, Music Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Volley Ball I, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Home Room Manager I, 2, 3, Newtonite I, 2, legisla- ture I, 2, Alternate, Orange Shield 2, Assistant Captain, Club 3. KENNETH N. SHERMAN 74 Brackett Rd., Newton Ken Suppressed Desire: My desires aren't suppressed. I Will to N.l-l.S.: Ash trays on every desk I, Bigelow, Colleges Drama Club 2, 3, President 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Science Fair I, Civics Board 2, 3, Chair- man 3, Cheer Leaders 3, Dance Committees 2, Executive Council 3, Legislature 3, Orange Shield 2, Rally Committee 3, Spring Musical I, P.T.S.A. 2, 3, Chair- man 3, Newtonite Advertising 2, Band I, A Capella Choir 2, Tigerama 3. DAVID BENJAMIN SHRIER 333 Brookline St., Oak Hill Dave, Prez Suppressed Desire: To be first in a lunch line iust once Favorite Pastime: Taking pic- tures of girls I, Weeks, College Camera Club 2, 3, President 3, Music Club 2, 3, Dance Commit- tees I, Dance Band I, 2, 3, New- tonite 3. C! 7- WVU if s 532: 4. uf EDWARD IRA SHULKIN I2I Parker Ave., Newton Highlands Ed, Shulk Suppressed Desire: To stop shaking in J.C.'s class I Will to N.H.S.: A new supply of blue cards I, Weeks, College International Club 2, 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Outdoor Track I, Civics Committee 2, Dance Committees 2, Legislature 2, Orange Shield 3, Junior Class Committee 2. JANICE DAWN SHUMAN 59 Morseland Ave., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My first day at N.H.S. I Will to N.H.S.: An automat to replace the cafeteria I and ll, Weeks, College English Club 3, French Club I, 2, Future Teachers Club I, Music Club 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Council I, Senior Play Committee 3, Spring Musical 2. PHYLLIS JOAN SHUMAN I94 Upland Ave., Newton Highlands Phyl Suppressed Desire: To see time fly in leaps and bounds in 3I7 Fondest memory of N.H.S.: Bi- ology in 2307 with Mr. Barsam I, Jeremiah E. Burke High, Col- lege Art Club I, 2, 3, English Club 2, 3, Music Club 2, 3, Golf 2, 3, Tennis I, 2, 3, Dance Com- mittees 2, 3. NORMAN MICHAEL SHWARTZ 42 Maynard St., West Newton Norm Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My senior year during S block and the senior play l Will to N.H.S.: Jonathan and Dr. Einstein in the window seat ll, Huntington, College Drama 2, 3, Music 3, Basketball I, Golf I, lce Hockey I, Tennis I, Dance Committees 3, Senior Play 3. -V DOROTHY ANNE SILVA 7 Briar Lane, Newtonville Anne Suppressed Desire: To be able to carry a tune Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Feb- ruary, I955, T.T.M.'s, All the great times l've had Il, Day, College Outing Club 2, Basketball 2, Tennis I, 3, Cheer Leaders 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Ushers I, 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical I, 2, 3, Vespers I, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Tigerama 3, Otiice Work 2, Senior Class Committee 3, Art Club I, French Club I, 2, JOANNA BELFORD SILVER II Virginia Rd., Auburndale Jo, Little Jo Fondest Memory of N.H.S., The time we heard A Capella' Choir singing "Blessed Are They That Mouirn" in the middle of a Latin test I Will to N.H.S.: An aerial tramway from the third floor of building one to the third floor of building two I, The Study, Montreal, College Archery Club 2, Girls' Athletics Board 2, Orange Shield 3, LEONARD EDWARD SILVERMAN 64 Greenlawn Ave., Newton Centre Lennie, "Sleuth" Favorite Pastime: Cracking iokes in a certain English class Fondest memory of N.H.S.: Jokes of Mr. Peterson in I27 and on Mr. Harris in I304 . I, Weeks, College Drama Club 2, 3, Music Club 3, Neophytes I, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 3, Senior Play 3, Science Fair 3, Drama Festival 2, 3. MAXINE ANN SILVERMAN 6 Irving St., Newton Centre "Max" Suppressed Desire: Wish I knew? Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The home room IIOI which I never got into ll, J.E. Burke High, College Dance' Committees 3, Senior Play 3, Office Work I, 2, Art Club I, 2, 3, Music Club 3, Golf 2, Tennis 3. JOAN PATRICIA SIMPSON 3I5 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: "The Student Prince" Il, Day, College English Club 3, Future Teachers Club 3, Home Economics Club I, Music Club I, 2, 3, Outing Club 2, Personality Club I, 2, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Council 3, Newton- ite 2. JANICE MARLINE SINCLAIR I058 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Jan, Susie Suppressed Desire: To teach an all boy class ll, Weeks, College Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical I, 3. JOAN SUSAN SINGER 85 Clements Rd., Newton Centre Joni Suppressed Desire: To have a pink convertible on my eight- eenth birthday I Will to N.H.S.: A modern two- story structure ll, Bigelow, College. NORMAN JOSEPH ROBERT HAROLD JOHN JOSEPH SLINEY SINGER SLAMIN 163 Salem End Rd., 80 Westgate Rd., II California Park, Framingham Newton Centre Norm, Mendel Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Re- turning to my smoke filled car after school I Will to N.H.S.: My parking place on the corner I, Boston Latin, College Cavalry Club 2, French Club I, 2, 3, Latin Club I, Football I, 2, Indoor Track I, Outdoor Track I, Dance Committees 2, Legislature 3, Ushers 2, Senior Play 3, Baseball Manager I Watertown Bub Favorite Pastime: Riding on Tim's motorcycle IIIA, Watertown High, Service. Jack Favorite Pastime: Going out with my girl Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Lis- tening to Mr. Toscana tell us we can't snow him under IIIA, Framingham, Business C. .., , .- .ii rs i Y ANITA CAROLYN SMITH 40 Washington Park, Newtonville Aneet Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My "activities" during my sopho- more and iunior years I Will to N.H.S.: My trusty baton, my drum-maiorette uni- form, and my icy fingers I, Day, College Art Club 3, French Club I, 2, Music Club I, 2, 3, Neophytes I, Outing Club 2, 3: ELAINE MARJORIE SMITH I6 Dudley Rd., Newton Centre Smitty Suppressed Desire: To have my cake and eat it too Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Spink and the senior play l, Weeks, College Drama Club 2, 3, English Club 3, Music I, 2, 3, Neophytes I, Spanish Club 3, Tennis I, 2, 3, Dance Committees 3, Home Room Manager I, Orange Book 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Vespers 2, 3 -1-1-fygf I 1 1 S 3 If 1 . ,.,, GUY PRESTON SMITH 37 Pleasant St., West Newton Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The cafeteria I Will to N.H.S.: A live tiger Il, Day, College Rifle I, 2, Baseball I, Motion Picture Squad 3. --all this will create our varied tempo. SALLY K. SMITH 30 Lake Ave., Auburndale Sal, Smitty, Saz, Sazzy Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Miss South's lectures I Will to N.H.S.: A clean cafe- teria ll, Warren, College Home Economics Club I, 3, Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club 3, Tennis 3, Vespers 2, 3, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, LAWRENCE MAYER SOLOV IO7 Oliver Rd., Waban larry Suppressed Desire, To get all IIAISII I Will to N.H.S.: A new student parking lot ll, Weeks, College Camera Club I, 2, English Club I, French Club 2. I GERALDINE VIRGINIA SOULE I9 Park Place, Newtonville Gerry Favorite Pastime: Watching the football games! Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All the wonderful times l've had ll, Day, College Music Club 2, 3, Golf 2, Home Room Managers 2, Ushers I, Spring Musical 2, Vespers 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, A Capella Choir 2, 3, New- tonite 2, Tigerama 3. W... , I 'L 'v f ' f 4 ' , 3,9491 sf M, ,. af F 'I s f Kvff , XM 76 My f ,swf f H vi 1 W J 7 1 .1 JETTA BAILEY SMITH I5 Bow Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To own an M.G. Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Football games I, Weeks, College Music Club 2, 3, Badminton 2, Dance Committees 3, Leader Corps 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Usher I, 2. NANCY ELIZABETH SOUTHMAYD I9 Hampden Ter., Newton Centre Nan, Nance Suppressed Desire: I would if I could, but I can't so I won't Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The Boulder Exchange I, Weeks, College English Club, Secretary 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Orchesis I, Tennis I, Badminton 2, Dance Commit- tees I, 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Leg- islature 2, 3, Ushers I, Ves- pers 2, 3, School Exchange 2, Orange Book 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, Vice-Presi- dent 3, Spring Musical Commit- tees I, 2, Senior Play, JUDITH ANN SMITH 66 Ashton Ave., Newton Centre Judy Favorite Pastime: Watching the clock in Mr. Loring's history class Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Football games and Wilming- ton Exchange I, Weeks, College English Club 2, 3, Home Eco- nomics Club I, Music Club 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Home Room Managers I, Junior Red Cross Council I, 3, Newtonite 3, Stage Crew I, Senior Play 3, Vespers 2, 3, School Exchange 2, Orange Book 2. ,tbt ff L 5? .. . NEAL MICHAEL SMITH 20 Carthay Circle, Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To write a good composition I Will to N.H.S.: My impossible marks I, Boston latin, College Camera Club 2, French Club I, 2, International Club I, Meteor- ology Club I, Baseball I, Foot- ball 2, 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3. DEBORAH JOY STACKPOLE 26 Fuller Ter., West Newton Debby Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My wonderful teachers and friends I Will to N.H.S.: A helicopter from 23-C to I4I I, Warren, College Art Club 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Rifle Club I, Archery 2, Dance Committees 2, Home Room Man- agers 3, Leader Corps 3, Stage Crew 2, Vespers 2, 3, Girls' Chorus, Tigerama 3, School Ex- change 3. 'vi WM RICHARD MERRILL SUDHALTER 46 Wauwinet Rd., West Newton "Bix", Rich, Dick Favorite Pastime: Dixieland iazz lrecords and cornell Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Roland Heintzelman - the man and his classes I5 Warren5 College English Club 35 Music Club 2, 35 Tusitala 35 Newtonian 35 Vespers Programs 2, 35 Dance Band 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 3. 3 If 1' ...W ,gym BARRY SULKIN 940 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Sulkune Favorite Pastime: Catching the 2:35 train at Newtonville. I5 Boston Latin: College French Club I, 25 Meteorology Club I, 25 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3. JUDITH LOIS SULLIVAN 254 Central St., Auburndale Sully Favorite Pastime: Being with Stogie Cavallo Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All the trouble I got into IV5 Warren5 Service Home Economics Club I5 Music Club I, 27 GOII 35 Tennis 25 Archery 2, 35 Dance Committees I, 2, 35 Junior Red Cross Coun- cil I5 Chorus 2, 3. WW" BARBARA ELLIS SUTCLIFFE 23 Buswell Park, Newton Barbie Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The third floor of Building I I Will to N.H.S.: All the people that are and were in "Com- rades" I5 Bigelow5 College Music Club I, 2, 35 Rifle Club I, 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 Spring Musical lp Vespers I, 2, 35 Orange Shield 35 A Capella Choir I, 2, 3. DOROTHY LOUISE SWANTON 27 George St., Newton Dotty, Dot Suppressed Desire: To tar and feather Mr. Kenyon I Will to N.H.S.: The tar and feathers I5 Bigelow5 College International Club 35 Mathe- matics Club I, 25 Music Club I, 2, 35 Dance Committees I, 2, 35 Newtonian Literary Editor 35 Spring Musical I, 25 Vespers I, 2, 35 Exchange 25 Orange Book 2, 35 National Honor Society 2, 35 Senior Class Secretary 35 Club Survey Committee I5 American Field Service 2, 35 5 . , fs .. . -Q, ' -f 'f-3:-2 -. 1 -- ,Q-. 522: - I - 7: ' I 4 A 5 325 , A, -on -' 'L ' -..,QQfll,QQg5 . ..g......-:t1L:i 5 -,W,,.,f. GERALD PAUL STERN 54 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre Jerry Suppressed Desire: To be prin- cipal for a week Favorite Pastime: Waiting in line at the lunch counters II5 Roxbury Memorial High5 College Aviation Club 25 Rifle Club I, 2, 35 Outdoor Track I, 25 Motion Picture Squad I5 Stage Crew 35 Senior Play 3. nk' -in CYNTHIA ANN STOBER I408 Walnut St. Newton Highlands Cyn, Cynnie Suppressed Desire: To reach 5l2Il I Will to N.H.S.: Another Boul- der Exchange I5 Weeks5 College Music Club I, 2, 35 Orchesis I, 2, 35 Newtonian Data Editor5 Legislature I, 25 Orange Shield 2, 35 Boulder Exchange 25 Na- tional Honor Society 2, 3. ALAN BROWN STOUT 69 Moffat Rd., Waban Al Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Miss Nute's "conference room". I Will to N.H.S.: A ten minute French class II5 Warren5 College Football 2, 35 Indoor Track I, 35 Outdoor Track 2, 35 Vespers I5 Boys' Chorus 2, 35 A Capella Choir 2, 3. GAIL PATRICIA STOUT I4I Randlett Park, West Newton Suppressed Desire: To slide down the banisters from the fourth floor of Building I I Will to N.H.S.: My faithful four-fooled friend - Flash I5 Day5 College Art Club I, 35 Music Club 35 Outing I, 2, 35 Dance Com- mittees I5 Senior Play Com- mittee 35 Spring Musical I, 35 Office Work 2, 3. I .q l,,, .7,., PRISCILLA CUTLER STAFFORD 47 Windermere Rd., Auburndale Cilla, Puss, Priss Suppressed Desire: To get all A's l Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mr. Karpas and Mr. Pack- ard II5 Warren5 College Home Economics Club'35 Music Club I, 2, 35 Outing Club 35 Tennis 35 Badminton I5 Stage Crew I5 Vespers 2, 35 Gi Chorus I, 2, 35 Make-up Com- mittee I, 2, 3. POLLY LEICESTER STANLEY I5 Upland Rd., Waban Polly, Stan, Poco Suppressed Desire: To be a min- ister- to make all my acquain- tances good friends Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Fergies ability to make his teams champs Il- Warren- College Drama Club 2 3- English Club - usic Club 3- - phytes I- Outing Club 3- Rifle T am I- B ketball I 3- In - m ral Sports I 2 3- Tennis I 2 3- Field Hockey I- Softball - Vo ey B II I- Civics m- mitlee 2 Dance Committees I ABNER LEWIS STEIN 52 Mayflower Rd., Chestnut Hill Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Anderson s history class I Will to N.H.S.: My sister I- Weeks- College De ating Club I 2- Interna- tional Club I 2 3- Music Club 2 3- Baseball I- Basketball I- Intramural Sports I 3- Dan Committees I 2 3- Home Room Managers I- Newtonite 3- Leg- islature I- Orange Shield 3. ,,..":.'L IU'- BARRY CHARLES STEINBERG 48 Marshall St., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Doing home- work at I:O0 in the morning Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The 2:30 bell I- Weeks- College R' e Club 2- Football I 2- n- tramural Sports I 2. BRENDA MAE STERN 44 Mandalay Rd., Newton Centre Bunnie Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Eng- Iish with Brenda Bruce and Mr. Malone I Will to N.H.S.: My sneakers I- Dana Hall- College Drama Club 2- French Club 3- M sic Club I- Neophytes I- Dance Committees I 2 3-Junior Red Cross Council I- Newtonite I 2- Orange Book 2- Spring Musical 2- School Exchange 3. . I I I b I I I I in v ui r 1 r 'fl I I I I I I I I I I , I I 1 I CE U 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I 3, M I, 2, , Neo ' ' ' I I I I I I rls' e , as , , tra ' U I 1 1 I I I I I, II a , Co 2 , v ,-.iff . Q f 5 if ' PATRICIA ELAINE SWARTZ II4 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Swartzo Favorite Pastime: Working for F. W. Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Pull- ing girls through the window of the bus after school IV, Day, Business Volley Ball I. GERALD ROBERT SWIRSKY 76 Elgin St., Newton Centre Swirf, Swampy Suppressed Desire: To eat C lunch in peace Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The before school bull sessions on the corner of Walnut Street and Elm Road I, Weeks, College International Club 2, 3, Rifle Club I, Baseball I, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Home Room Manager. LOIS ANN TEDESCHI 64 William St., West Newton Lo, Lois Favorite Pastime: My suppressed desire I Will to N.H.S.: Those different parties II, Warren, College Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club I, 2, Newtonite 2, 3, Stage Crew 2, Senior Play 3. ...bf-fc... The world of man sings only in laughter and MICHAEL WALTER TEITELMAN 65 Circuit Ave., Newton Highlands Mike Fondest Memory of N.H.S., Mr. Lambert's stale iokes l Will to N.H.S.: All the "A's" I didn't get I, Weeks, College Debating Club 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Newtonite 3, Newtonian Representative I, 2. '!,'ss""i f2Gl'S. ROSEMARY ANN TEMPESTA 49 West St., Nonantum Rose Suppressed Desire: To top Jean- ette's Four A's and one B+ I Will to N.H.S.: Two more Tempestas IV, Day, College French Club 3, Future Teachers 3, Home Economics Club I, Library Club I, Basketball I, 2, Golf 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Home Room Managers 2, Leader Corps 2, 3, Senior Play Committee 3. fx LEWIS LLOYD TENENBAUM 75 Summit St., Newton Louie Suppressed Desire: To change places with the teachers, es- pecially at examination time I Will to N.H.S.: A Iunchroom automat II, Bigelow, College International Club 3, Latin Club I, 2, 3, Classical Record Club 3, Newtonite Circulation Staff 3, Track Manager I. lossy X t MARILYN FRANCES TEDESCHI 64 William St., West Newton Shrimp, Shorty, Little One Suppressed Desire: To go steady with a certain fellow Favorite Pastime: Going to those different parties IV, Warren, College Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club I, 2, 3, Basketball I, Stage Crew 2, Senior Play Committee 3. WILLIAM BRIANT THAYER I03 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre Bill Favorite Pastime: Two cases to go Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: See- ing the shades on the windows go down each day Il, Balboa High, Panama Canal Zone, Service Football I, 2, 3. , ,I 1 1-1-mf? A ff Mk' . 'fir Wav Km jj 5 .. 1 ff! Y NATHANIEL TEICH 28 Chestnut Terrace, Newton Centre Nat Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Home rooms and homeroom teachers I Will to N.H.S.: More little men with machine guns to keep people off the grass. I, Weeks, College Music Club 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Newtonite 2, 3, Co-Editor 3, Motion Picture Squad I, 2, 3, Orange Shield 3, Tigerama 3. PHYLLIS MARION TEICH I525 Centre St., Newton Highlands Phyl Fondest Memories of N.H.S.: Senior Play I Will to N.H.S.: My brand new gym suit. I, Roslindale High, College Drama Club 3, Senior Play 3. ELAINE MARIE THEMO 38 Chesterfield Rd., West Newton Ellie Suppressed Desire: To dare to be different Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Hen parties, Johnson's, Rte. I28 I, Warren, College English Club 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Outing Club 2, Golf 3, Tennis 3, Civics Committee 2, 3, Dance Committees 2, 3, Leader Corps 3, Legislature 3, Ushers I, 2, Spring Musical 3, Vespers I, 2, 3, Orchesis I, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Chaplain 3, Office Work 2, 3, Fencing 2, 3, Glee Club I, A Capella Choir 2, 3, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3, School Ex- change 3. E' , 4 7 f . . , DIANE LOUISE THOMPSON 34 Kensington Ave., West Newton Favorite Pastime: Don Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Tak- ing an extra year because of 3'f2 credits I, Day Newtonite 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, Guidance Oftice 3. ELAINE FRANCES THURSTON T964 Beacon St., Waban Suppressed Desire: To be a Lieutenant in the Woman's Air Force Favorite Pastime: Participating in sports ll, Warren, Service Outing 2, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Field Hockey I, 2, 3, Volley Ball I, 2, 3, Leader Corps 2. SAMUEL WINTER TISHLER 361 Waban Ave., Waban 68 Sam Suppressed Desire: To get into college I Will to N.H.S.: Clocks for Building I that are on time I, Warren, College Radio Club 2, 3, Indoor Track I, 2, Band I, 2, 3. DONALD EDGAR TITUS I3 Saint James St., Newton Corner Don, "Hey Titus" Favorite Pastime: thinking up ways to get out of work I Will to N.H.S.: two hour lunches twice a day IIIA, Bigelow, College School Exchange 2. JANICE EMERSON TOHER 36 Blake St., Newtonville Jan, Jet, Garg Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All the wonderful times I've had I Will to N.H.S.: Donny Il, Day, College French Club I, Music Club I-, 2, 3, Outing Club I, 2, Civics Committee 3, Cheer Leaders 2, 3, Head 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Newtonite 2, Orange Shield 3, Rally Committee I, 3, Ushers I, 2, Spring Musical I, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice-President 2, 3, P.T.S.A. 2, 3, Publicity Chairman for Tigerama 3, Oftice JOANNE MARIE TOSTI 7l7 Washington St., Newtonville Jo Suppressed Desire: To marry a millionaire Favorite Pastime: Dom IV, Day, Business. JOHN WEBER TRACY I25 Spring St., Watertown Jack Suppressed Desire: Have my own business Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The boys I went through school with IIIA, St. Mary's High, Business English I, 2, 3, Mathematics I, 2, 3, Science I, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2. .'-:.I4af"f-we-ci - - 5. :sf . 'ls-iw 5 i Yi- H , :ef 'f' 4?2...'2?5iT ROBERT R. TROIE 157 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands Bob Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Sen- ior Play I Will to N.H.S.: One stubble- hair brush ll, Holderness, College Drama Club 2, 3, Dance Com- mittees 3, Newtonian 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 2, 3, Work 'l. ROBERT WILLIAM TRUNDLE I2I Hunnewell Ave., Newton Corner Bob Suppressed Desire: To make a million dollars the simplest way I know how Favorite Pastime: Being with Ann or playing pool IV, Bigelow, Service Football 2, 3, Leader Corps I, 2. ELIOT FRANCIS TUCKER I7 Goddard St., Newton Highlands Tuck Favorite Pastime: Keeping "Old Betsy" running I Will to N.H.S.: The very last parking space on Lowell Ave. I, Weeks, College. A ,sw , G' A f l ff , I ' i i Zfl,ii,W 'xi 'ff' . 35 . 4 ---31:52, 321' .g fiiszfif. lege. ... gli? GENE S. UBERTI I4 Peabody St., Newton Corner Thunder Bird Suppressed Desire: To own a two masted schooner and sail the seven seas I Will to N.H.S.: a shovel for Mr. Toscano's snow iobs IIIA, Bigelow, Service Administrative Aids. Vespers 2, 3, Music Club 3. ARNOLD SHELDON URETSKY 54 Old Colony Rd., Chestnut Hill Arnie, Abe Favorite Pastime: iust enjoying myself I Will to N.H.S.: I hope that the future senior classes will have the spirit, enthusiasm, and "get up and go" of the class of "56" II, Weeks, College Football I, Outdoor Track 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Legislature 3, Orange Shield 2, Student Activities Center, Junior Class Committee. RUTH USAK 38 Braeland Ave., Newton Centre Ruthy Suppressed Desire: to buy my own car Favorite Pastime: Walking out of S Block IV, J. E. Burke High, College Music Club, Basketball, Softball. PETER MATTE VALTZ 500 Ward St., Newton Centre I, Weeks, College English Club 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Legislature I. GEORGE BARRY VanDEMAN 1496 Washington St.. West Newton Skiv Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Fri- day afternoon trips with Mr. Willard I Will to N.H.S.: Someone else to fix all the automobile radios IIIA5 Warren5 College Cavalry 15 Basketball 1, 25 Administrative Aids 2. LEONORA CLARA VERDONI 80 Bourne St., Auburndale Lee5 Leo5 Verdi Suppressed Desire: To have the opportunity of writing letters of recommendation for some teachers I Will to N.H.S.: My three years of anguish I5 Weeks5 College French Club 25 Future Teachers 2, 35 Music Club 2, 35 Outing Club 25 Spanish Club 35 Dance Committees 2, 35 Orange Shield, BARBARA DIANE VIETOR 292 Mount Vernon Street, West Newton Barb, Barby Suppressed Desire: To get from 2312 to 144 before the bell rings Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Packard's Spanish I class - Sophomore Year I5 Warren5 College Neophytes 15 Orchesis 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Badminton 35 We shall hear our symphony again and again as we recall our school days. SARA DORIS WALDMAN 20 Crosby Rd., Chestnut Hill Sally, Sal Suppressed Desire: To have less homework, longer lunches, and Marlon Brando I Will to N.H.S.: Less homework and longer lunches I5 Weeks5 College Cavalry Club 2, 35 Drama Club 35 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Dance Committees 15 Vespers 2, 3. WILLIAM NICKERSON WALKER 83 Plymouth Rd., Newton Highlands Bill Suppressed Desire: To out-golf Mr. Hall and Dr. Barry Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Walter's math class I5 Weeks5 College Music Club 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Dance Committees 2, 35 Home Room Manager 15 Legislature 1, 35 Orange Book 35 Vespers 2, 35 Boys' State Delegate 2. es. MARGARET JANET WALLACE 126 Charles St., Auburndale Margy Suppressed Desire: To help run Newton High Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Ferguson, Miss Creedon, and Mrs. Johnston IV5 Warren5 Business English Club 35 Library Club 15 Music Club 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 35 Newtonite Lay-out Stott 35 Senior Play Committee 35 Spring Musical Make-up Com- mittee 25 Vespers 25 Girls' Cho- rus 1, 2. Nb! x A 1 Zin-If f' X fi I 'MM c l f If 1, . , M... Iii' 'fl-5ff'ZF,jz' FI' ' ' ' L 'I " ' .V 1. ,V , ' -A-fa in 4.5: ' - g 'N ' gf 1 5. ,,,, , s 5',,:,.,3g,-g"- we . 5, 5 DANIEL JOSEPH VISCO 151 Adams Street, Newton Ecco Suppressed Desire: To be a bookie Favorite Pastime: Going to the track IIIA5 Day5 Service. SUZANNE WALLACE 34 Otis St., Newtonville Sally Favorite Pastime: Splashing around in the mud and the rain at the football games I Will to N.H.S.: Hip boots for the cheerleaders I5 Day5 College Art Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 15 Cheer Leader 2, 35 Dance Committees 1, 2, 35 Home Room Manager 25 Legislature 35 Sen- ior Play 35 Spring Musical 1, 35 Science Fair 15 Tigerama Com- mittee Chairman 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. IE 3. ROBERT VONA 112 Webster St., West Newton I Will to N.H.S.: All of my parking tickets from the New- ton Police IV5 Warren5 Service Baseball I5 Basketball 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2. ff?-if ISABELLE FRANCES VONER 293 Webster St., Auburndale Izzy, Iz Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My sophomore year in 139 I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mr. Gradone IV5 Warren5 Business Music Club 35 Outing Club 35 Leader Corps 3. DOROTHY COLLETTE WALSH 119 Oxford Road, Newton Centre Dottie, Dot Suppressed Desire: To have a ride on that ski tow from 141 to 231 I Will to N.H.S.: My insulated skin for the drum-maiorettes in cold weather ll5 Weeks5 College Music Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 35 Basketball 25 Intramural Sports 35 Field Hockey 1, 25 Archery 25 Badminton 2, 35 Dance Committees 2, 35 Ushers 1, 2, 35 Spring Musical 25 Ves- kners 1, 2, 35 Drum-maiorettes 1, .V,,, X! -22,5 fx I WILLIAM FRANCIS WARREN I8 Broadway Terrace, Newtonville Bill Suppressed Desire: To get an "A" in algebra I Will to N.H.S.: A cross- country state championship for Mr. Giest ll, Day, College Baseball I, Indoor Track 2, 3, Outdoor Track 2, 3, Cross- Country Track 2, 3. ROBERT WARSOWE 22 Rowena Rd., Newton Centre Bob Favorite Pastime: Swimming, electronics Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Those lively discussions in room 224 I, Weeks, College Chemistry Club 3, Mathematics Club 3, Science Club I, 3, ln- tramural Sports I, 2, 3, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Legislature I, 2, Science Fair I, 3. ELIZABETH CORNELIA WATERS 744 Watertown St., Newtonville Connie Suppressed Desire: To be on time for everything for one week Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Foot- ball games and great kids ll, Day, Business Music Club I, Outing Club I, 2, Tennis 2, Dance Committees I, Leader Corps 2, Usher I, Senior Play 3, Girls' Chorus I, Tri- ELLEN K. WATTENDORF 62 Charles St., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To be able to burn the candle at both ends successfully I Will to N.H.S.: My German "Laundry Lists" I, Warren, College Drama Club 2, 3, English Club 2, 3, Music Club 2, 3, Neo- phytes I, Tennis I, 2, Dance Committees 2, 3, Leader Corps 3, Newtonian 3, Vespers 2, 3, Spring Musical Committees I, CAROLE RUTH WEEDEN I9 Fairlee Terrace, Waban Weedy Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Foot- ball games, All State Chorus I Will to N.H.S.: My eyelash curler ll, Day, College Music Club I, 2, 3, Outing Club 2, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Newtonite I, Spring Musical I, Vespers 2, 3, Orange Book 2, Orchestra I, 3, A Capella Choir 2, 3, All State Chorus 2, 3. MARILYN PRESCOTT WEEKS 5I Grove Hill Ave., Newtonville Weeko Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Ev- eryone and all of the "Fab" times I Will to N.H.S.: My purple blouse that I wore on Orange Day ll, Day, College Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club 2, Dance Committees 3, Orange Shield 2, Usher I, Senior Play Hi-Y 2. MARGERY WEINBAUM 27 Chapin Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To get into a certain college Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Study in II6 I, Weeks, College Art Club 3, French Club I, Home Economics 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Personality Club 3, Basketball 2, Tennis 3, Softball 2, Dance Committees 3, Spring Musical 3, Girls' Chorus I. 2, 3. MARCIA LEE WEINFIELD IO3 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville Migillie, Marsh, Mish Suppressed Desire: To arrive in school at II:OO every morning I Will to N.H.S.: Escalators for all three buildings ll, Day, College Camera Club 2, Future Teachers Club' I, 2, 3, Latin Club I, Music Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Basketball 3, Civics Committee 2, Dance Committees I, Senior Play 3, Newtonite Ad Staff I. MARVIN CARY WEINSTAT II8 Austin St., Newtonville Marv Suppressed Desire: To fill all the N.H.S. fire extinguishers with kerosene I Will to N.H.S.: An undeto- nated A-bomb for the physics lab to experiment with I, Day, College Camera Club I, 2, 3, Intra- mural Sports 2, 3. 3, Spring Musical 2, 3, LINDA JANE WEISS GEORGE WARREN EVERDENE JULIA I745 Commonwealth Ave., West Newton Lyn Suppressed Desire: To be a champion speller Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The quiet S Blocks IV, Garfield Junior High, College Camera Club 2, Alpha Beta I, English Club 3, Music Club I, 2, Golf 2, Archery I, Dance Committees 3, Senior Play 3. WEST 32 Rockledge Rd., Newton Highlands Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Walter's math classes I Will to N.H.S.: More parking spaces I, Weeks, College Intramural Sports I, 2, Motion Picture Squad I, Stage Crew I, 1 2, Track Manager I, 2. WESTRAY I6 Lafayette Rd., Newton Lower Falls Evie Suppressed Desire: To eat all three lunches Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Foot- ball games I, Westboro High, College Music Club 3, Outing Club 2, Dance Committees 2, 3, New- tonite 3, Senior Play 3, Vespers Programs 3, Girls' Chorus 3, Office Work 3. MARJORIE A. WEXLER 44 Travis Drive, Chestnut Hill Margie, Marge Favorite Pastime: A certain friend Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The Newton-Brookline football games I, Weeks, College Mathematics Club I, Music Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, New- tonite I, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus I. SANDRA LYNNE WEYLAND 24 Grant St., West Newton Sandy Favorite Pastime: Daydreaming I Will to N.H.S.: Escalators for Building II ' IV, Warren, College Archery I, Vespers 2, 3, Girls' Chorus I, 2, 3. A: ROGER WHEELER 41 Calvin Rd., Newtonville Rog Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: 1955 - "The Buds". I, Day, College Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3. fy. 4 X . V ,, V ,, . A I fr fvuz i,C:,, KENNETH McKELLER WHIDDEN 393 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville Ken Favorite Pastime: Working on cars Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Graduation Day IIIA, Warren, Service. JOHN MAXWELL WHITE 94 Hyde Ave., Newton Johnny Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Walters' math classes I Will to N.H.S.: A smoking room for the "boys around the corner" I, Bigelow, College Hunting and Fishing Club 1, Rifle Club 1, Science Fair 1. l We shall sing throughout our separate lives, HOWARD WHITMORE 54 Carver Rd., Newton Highlands Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Knapman's home room I, Weeks, College Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Boys' Athletic Board 3, Chairman 3, Legislature 1, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3. DOUGLAS CURTIS WILDES 21 Chase St., Newton Centre Doug, Marlon Suppressed Desire: To be first in line every lunch Favorite Pastime: Working on and driving motorcycles ll, Weeks, College Aviation Club 3, Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3, Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, Science Fair 1, 2. JANE BIRD WILLEY 32 Manchester Rd., Newton Highlands Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Foot- ball and baseball games, all the wonderful kids I Will to N.H.S.: Tons of school spirit I, Weeks, College Music Club 1, 2, 3, Orchesis 1, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Dance Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Orange Book 2, 3, Spring Mu- sical 1, Vespers 1, 2, Exchange 2, Class Committee 2, 3, Civics Committee, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Tigerama. LEE WHITE 6 Central Close, Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To roller skate through the Building I tunnel Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Johnson's and hen parties in my junior year l, ll, Warren, College Music Club 1, 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee 3, Usher 1, Spring Mu- sical 2, Vespers Program 2, Glee Club 1, A Capella Choir 2, 3. BLANCHE MABEL WILLIAMS 995 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Willy, Blanche Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Knapman's home room I Will to N.H.S.: Success with Tigerama IV, Weeks, Business. MARCIA WHITE 81 Brackett Rd., Newton Suppressed Desire: To meet Baylie in California Favorite Pastime: Looking for- ward to weekends I, Bigelow, College French Club 2, 3, Music Club 3, Dance Committees 1, 3, Legis- lature 3, Senior Play Committee 3, Vespers Program 2, Glee Club 1, A Capella Choir 2, 3. ROBERT JOHN WHITE 19 Rowe St., Auburndale Gus, Whitey Favorite Pastime: Going to Wal- tham High to see B. A. I Will to N.H.S.: My blue cards and my seat in the detention room IV, Warren, Service. RICHARD SUGDEN WILLIAMS 17 Winchester Rd., Newton Richie Favorite Pastime: Working on old cars instead of doing home- work I Will to N.H.S.: All my C Lunches I, Bigelow, College Hunting and Fishing Club 1, Rifle Club 1, 2, Cross-country Track 2, Exchange 3. l 'Qs-. MARTHA WILLIS I9 Francis St., Newton Centre Mush Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My blue card and skipping classes I Will to N.H.S.: More people like Mrs. Flynn, Mr. Knapman, and Mr. Steinhope Il, Weeks, College Music Club I, 2, 3, Neophytes I, Rifle Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Golf 2, Tennis 3, Archery 2, Fencing 2, 3, Dance Committee I, Senior Play 3, Spring Mu- sical 2. DEBORAH BIRCH WILSON I45 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Deb, Debbie, Willie Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The IOth, 9th, 7th l?l and all the friendly people I have met I Will to N.H.S.: My pride in being one of its products I, Weeks, College Art Club I, English Club 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Basketball I, Homeroom Manager I, Stage Crew 2, 3, Senior Play 2, 3, Spring Musical I, 2, 3, Fencing 3, Organ I, 2, 3. THOMAS EDWARD WILSON 77 Crehore Drive, Newton Lower Falls Tom, Wag I, Warren, College Football 2, 3, Orange Shield. ARLENE MAY WINER 53 Glenwood Ave., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: A trip to Tokyo Favorite Pastime: Being mis- taken for my "twin", Babs Sadow I, Weeks, College Music Club I, 2, 3, Neophytes I, Orchesis I, 2, Tennis I, Archery I, Senior Play 3, Ves- pers Program I, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus I, 2. PETER ALAN WINOGRAD I4 Whitney Rd., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: to turn the cafeteria into an automat with hour long lunches Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Go- ing from the fourth floor of Building I to the third floor of Building Ill on a rainy day I, Day, College Debating Club I, Mathematics Club I, 2, 3, Music Club I, Newtonian Business Manager 3, Newtonite I, 2, News Editor, Senior Play 3. 4 V ROBERT PRESTON WITHINGTON 63 Bigelow Rd., West Newton Teko, Bob Favorite Pastime: Diggin' the moods Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mrs. Hansen I, Berkshire High School, Col- lege. JULIAN M. WOLF II Fellsmere Rd., Newton Centre .Iulie I Will to N.H.S.: My yellow sport iacket I, Malden High, College Debating Club 2, Drama Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, Civics Com- mittee 3, Dance Committees 3, Usher 2, Senior Play 3, Drama Festival 2, P.T.S.A. 2. DAVID MICHAEL WOOD 29 Calvin Rd., Newtonville Dave, Woody Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Woodsy's Pumpkin parties I Will to N.H.S.: Tigerama l, Weeks, College Baseball I, 3, Basketball I, 3, Dance Committees 2, 3, Legis- Iature 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, 3, Spring Musical 2, P.T.S.A., Tigerama 3. ROBERT SCOTT WOOD I58 Ridge Ave., Newton Centre Scotty Favorite Pastime: Bird shooting Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All the friends I have made I, Weeks, College Hunting and Fishing Club I, 2, 3, Vice-President I, President 2, Baseball I, Science Fair I. MARYJANE WOODLAND 4 Ware Rd., Auburndale Woody Suppressed Desires: I don't suppress my desires Favorite Pastime: Doing the rounds I, Warren, College Home Economics Club I, 2, Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club 2, Spring Musical I, 2. . Y, . , , We, I--:ff---,-.-y1qf',-:..-W ----is ' ' ' ' NANCY ANNE WOODLE 4 Janet Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To fly a iet plane I Will to N.H.S.: S Block lunch ll, Weeks, College Music Club I, 2, 3, Outing Club 3, Archery I, 2, Badminton 2, 3. ANN WHITTINGTON WOODS 647 Watertown St., Newtonville Woodsy, Shultz Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Everything, everyone, and the pumpkins I Will to N.H.S.: Leo Hughes, the Blue Death, and Remo Prato ll, Day, College French Club 2, 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Outing Club I, 2, 3, Basketball I, Softball I, Dance Committees I, 2, 3, Home Room Manager 2, 3, Usher I, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Glee Club I, A Capella Choir 3, Tigerama 3, Vespers I, 2, 3. JOHN ARLAN WOTTON Haven St., Dover Johnny Favorite Pastime: Driving a racing car I Will to N.H.S.: The good teachers that I had IIIA, Dover High, Business Music Club I, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2. ROBERT KING WULFF I62 Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville Bob, Little Wolf Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Packard's German class I Will to N.H.S.: Hat lunches for S Block I, Warren, College Debating Club I, 2, 3, Inter- national Club I, 3, Library Club I, Motion Picture Squad 2. BARBARA ELLEN YAFFE 36 Grant Ave., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Knapman's homeroom of mental midgets in 1954-1955 lcell block 2181 I Will to N.H.S.: Escalators II, Weeks, College Golf 1, Dance Committees 2, Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, Office Work 3. VIVIAN M. YANCEY 99 Hicks Street, West Newton Suppressed Desire: To dance with D. M. to the record "Earth Angel" Favorite Pastime: Lunch time -- talking to the boys IV, Warren, College Basketball 1, 2, Usher 1, Mod- ern Dance SHIRLEY ANNE YANOFF 102 Meadowbrook Road, Oak Hill "Shirt" Suppressed Desire: To become a professional singer I Will to N.H.S.: Ink wells, per- manently filled with ink Il, Jeremiah E. Burke, College Home Economics Club 2, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Vespers 2, 3, A Cappella Choir, Girls Chorus. b- 'W 1 LILITA ZENTA ZEMGALS 283 Melrose St., Auburndale Lily Suppressed Desire: To get mar- ried Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Three years in Building I ll, Warren, College Music Club 3, Basketball 3 but our most cherished song shall have been composed together WILLIAM JAY ZIMMERMAN 970 Centre St., Newton Center Gi, Zim Suppressed Desire: My desires aren't suppressed Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The Waltham game of 1953 I, Weeks, College Camera Club 1, 2, 3, Infer- national Club 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Indoor Track 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, Home Room Manager 1, 2, Newtonite 1, 3, Legislature 1, 3, Usher 1, Senior Play Committee 3, Spring Mu- sical 1, 2, Vespers Program 1, JOYCE BOGARDUS ZIPF 109 Sargent St., Newton Jo Favorite Pastime: Talking to the crumbs around my desk I Will to N.H.S.: The crumbs scattered around my desk I, Bigelow, College Music Club 2, Science Club 1, 2, 3, Legislature 1, 2, Stage Crew 2, Spring Musical Com- mittee 1, Glee Club 1. .Tx fe MARIE ROSE YERARDI 157 Pine St., Auburndale Marie Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Newton-Waltham game of '53 l Will to N.H.S.: Elevator for students in 2312 study hall IV, Warren, Business Basketball 1, Volley Ball 1, Girls' Chorus 1, Office Work 1. PAUL STEPHEN ZONDERMAN 42 High Rock Terrace, Chestnut Hill Zondy Suppressed Desire: To walk in- to Building I office with a cigarette in my mouth I Will to N.H.S.: "No school, all schools, in Newton" I, Weeks, College Rifie Club 3, Home Room Man- ager 1, Senior Play 3. . , f ' Q.. . 'wif' yy' 325554, fx, LESTER EVERETT YORK 9 Oakwood Rd., Auburndale Les Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Watching the '53 football team I Will to N.H.S.: An undefeated basketball team I, Warren, College Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, Boys' Athletics Board 3, Band 1, 2. JUDITH PAULA YOUNG 71 Stuart Rd., Newton Center Judy, Youngsie Favorite Pastime: Changing di- apers lbaby sister'sl Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Knapman's teasing in my junior year ll, Weeks, College Cavalry Club 3, French Club 1, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Archery 1, Dramatics Board 3. DIANE ZOPHIN 66 Westchester Road, Newton Di Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My English classes in Mr. Lambert's room '54-'55 I Will to N.H.S.: More home- room teachers like Mr. Knapman I, Bigelow, College Future Teachers Club 1, 2, Latin Club 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Office Assistant 3. ,V . 5. JOHN P. ZOTTU 95 Country Club Road, Oak Hill Favorite Pastime: Waiting for lost buses in Oak Hill Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My Sophomore sister loaded with books I, Weeks, College Drama Club 3, Neophytes 1, legislature 3, Orange Shield 3, Stage Crew 2, Senior Play 3, Boys Chorus, Music Club 3. JOAN FRANCES ACHESON 82 Border St., West Newton .loanie Suppressed Desire: To get 80 credits Favorite Pastime: Dating IV, Warren, Business DONALD JAMES BIBBO 60 Indiana Terrace, Newton Upper Falls Bib Suppressed Desire: To graduate Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Skip- ping S Block for lunch IIIA, Weeks, Business Anti-Smoking Committee, Ad- ministrative Aid. BRENDA LEE BOROFF 38 South Gate Park, West Newton Brendie, "Mouse" Favorite Pastime: Writing letters to Fort Bragg, North Carolina Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My iunior year in 2307 with Mr. Barsam Il, Warren, College French Club 1, 2, Music Club 3, Dance Committees 2, Home- room Manager 2, Junior Red EDWARD HAROLD BRINSON 431 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Eddie Suppressed Desire: To own a 1965 Packard Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The fun in 2205 IIIB, Service L 21211 ' 'J-9' .,'2 A K ., ' JZ. 1 ,L HELEN MARIE BRINSON 431 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville "Cuddles" Suppressed Desire: To join the trade school Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Jun- ior College cokes II, Day, Business Cavalry I, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2. ROSE MARIE DeFAZIO 21 Cottage Place, West Newton "Ro Ro", "Humdum" Suppressed Desire: To marry Pat Favorite Pastime: Learning to drive Pat's car IV, Warren, Business Home Economics Club 1, Outing Club 1, Personality Club 1, Ten- nis I, 2, Ottice Work 1. Cross Council 2, Usher 2. RICHARD ANGELO DiGREGORIO 3 Emerald St., Nonantum Suppressed Desire: To ioin the Navy Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The boys in the cabinet shop IIIA, Day, Service Basketball, Football 1, 2, 3. TRACY HOWARD DONNELLY 61 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Centre Tim Favorite Pastime: Sleeping in the tool crib I Will to N.H.S.: My Harley- Davidson "61" IIIA, Bigelow, Service RICHARD JAMES DORAN 183 Tremont St., Newton Dick IV, Bigelow, Business 150 HARRIS A. HERMAN 47 Brookline Street, Chestnut Hill "Hesh" Suppressed Desire: To have a cigarette in front of the Anti- Smoking Committee I Will to N.H.S.: A game be- tween the Los Angeles Rams and the Newton High Tigers II, Weeks, College Rifle Club 3, Usher 2. 2 !!z M Suppressed Desire: To get all IIAISYI MARILYN ANNE VIRGINIA GAYLE EDWIN R. LANGILL HERSH HUBERMAN 9 BFQGIOW TSYTUCGI 560 Parker St., Oak Hill 5 Cheswick Rd., Auburndale Newlon Cenlre Hershey-bar Ed . Suppressed Desire: To graduate, suppressed Dems: To be 'he and then get a Caddy Eldorado I Will to N.H.S.: More home- ms' man on 'he moon Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. room teachers like Mrs. Resnick fondest Me"1?"tj,0f N'H's': Gel' John Harris' home room, 1204, Il, Weeks, College Img my mst A Newton vs. Brookline games Outing Club 3, Library Club 1, W7 Day? College Il, Weeks, College Cavalry Club 3, Discophyles 3, Music Club 3, Home Room Man- ager 1, Vespers 3, Ottice Work 2, Girls' Chorus. Tennis 3, Badminton 3, Soft- ball 2, 3. Baseball 2, Football 1. ' -Y--'H' ,,,:r 'I ,I ! PATRICA MAY WILLIAM LERNER MARILYN LOUISE MARY ANGELA LEAVITT 82 Greenwood Street. LYNCH MASCARO 161 Summer St., Newlon Centre 21 Elliot St., Newton Highlands 255 Derby St., West Newton Newton Cenfre Fondest Memory of N.l'l.S.: lynchy Curley Pat lunch Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The Favorite Pastime: Riding in Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The lli weeks? Coll?9f day I graduated either a "55" white Ford con- gang at the Lincoln l'lUnl"'9 and F'5h'n9 Club lf 2' I Will to N.H.S.: No classes in vertible or a Nash with Lois I Will to N.H.S.: Elevators for 35 Intramural 5P0"l5 32 Usher 2- the afternoon Il, Immaculate Conception Acad- every building IV, Weeks, Business emy, College Il, Weeks, Business Outing Club 1, 2, Softball I. Outing Club 2, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, Softball 2, Volley Ball 2, 3, Civics Com- mittee 2, Dance Committees 2, 3, Leader Corps 3, Stage Crew 2, Usher 2. ,,-4 as we lived our years at Newton High. KWOK CHU MOY KATHLEEN ANN ERNEST NICHOLAS BRUNO JOSEPH 57 Union St., Newton Centre MOZES NELLOS NICOLAZZA DUMIY ' 155 Jackson Rd., 133 Eastbourne Rd., 6 Gannon St., West Newton lllAi Weeks? Busmess Newton Corner Newton Centre IV. Kay Ernie Suppressed Desire: To have Suppressed Desire: To get good brown eyes marks Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My I Will to N.H.S.: My school iunior year spirit ll, .lulia Richmond High, New Il, Weeks, College York, College Art Club 2, 3, Orchesis 2, Out- ing Club 3, Newtonite 2, 3, Vespers 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 2, 3. jf? CAROL LOUISE McNElL 29 Rowe St., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To tour Europe Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Home Room 127 IV, Warren, Business English Club 2, Archery 2, Civics Committee 2, Junior Red Cross Council 3. ANTHONY MERRILL 37 Hinckley Rd., Waban Tony Suppressed Desire: To graduate I Will to N.H.S.: More teachers like Mrs. Huss II, Weeks, College. MARY ANN ORSOGNA 36 Pennsylvania Ave., Newton Upper Falls Favorite Pastime: Bob M. Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Boul- der Exchange IV, Weeks, Business Home Economics Club 1, Out- ing Club 1, 2, 3, Leader Corps 2, 3, Legislature 2, 3, School Exchange 2. 151 QQ.. 'fam gmc-'n. A., ,W miss, JP- H03 1. 1.-,. GEORGE FRANKLIN PARKER I3 anon Rd Natick Suppressed Desire To pass math 322131. . 9, I Will to NHS A new and bigger parking area IIIA Coolidge Jr High, Natick, Administrative Aids. ELIZABETH LOUISE ARNOLD 35 Davis St., West Newton Belly Suppressed Desire: To become Mrs. Leone Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Koughan's History Class x IV, Warren, Business JOHN FRANCIS ATKINS 51 Robinhood St., Auburndale .lack Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Paige's "Don't rock the boat." II, St. Mary's College Aviation Club 3, Baseball Mana- ger I. JAMES BEATTY 53 Princess Rd., West Newton Clyde, Speed, Father Jim Suppressed Desire: To leave Building Ill in flames Favorite Pastime: Twisting lions' and tigers' tails ll, Warren, College JOHN ALLEN REDMAN 50 Rowe Street, Auburndale Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Koughan's homeroom I, Warren, Service Rifle Club I, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Orange Shield 3. BARBARA LEA JAMES ALFRED GAII. SPENCE RIGHTER ROBBLEE 402 Newtonville Ave, 190 Brookline sf., 1492 Washington si., H H Newfofmlle Newton Centre West Newton spency Barb, Bmbe Jim Suppressed Desire To grow up Favorite Pastime: Talking on the Suppressed Desire: To be an and become wwe' telephone electrician Fondest Memory of N HS The Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: All Favorite Pastime: Getting a semor Supper and Howard three years shock out of life Johnson gulhermgs II, Weeks, College IIIA, si. Bernard's, Business "F DUY5 C0"e9e English cioio 3, Badminton 3, Basketball 1,2, 3. O'f"eS'Sf Ne0P"Y'eS A'fhe'Y Newtonite 3, Usher 3. ROBERT JAMES VINCUILLA 89 Gardner St., Newton Corner Vinnie Favorite Pastime: Practicing with the Quartet Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Singing as one of the Newtones ll, Bigelow, College Music Club I, 2, 3, Spring Musical 2, 3, Vespers 2, 3, Newtones 3. ROSS BELL 20 Exeter St., West Newton Roscoe Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The parking lot I, Lenox School, College CHARLES HENRY BINION 97 Pearl St., Newton Corner Charles I Will to N.H.S.: All the iack- rabbits in Texas Il, Bigelow, College JANET R. BRYANT 203 Washington St., Newton Jan Favorite Pastime: Eating lunch during S block IV, Bigelow, Business Junior Red Cross Council I. EDWARD ANTHONY YOBACCIO I79 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Ed Suppressed Desire: To play the Medford football game over again I Will to N.H.S.: My seat in Room 23II - What fun! IIIA, Warren, Business Basketball, Football, Captain 3, Touchdown Club, President, Out- door Track. CAROLE ANN BUCKNAM 'I29 Parmenter Rd., West Newton Bucky Suppressed Desire: To go into the Air Force Favorite Pastime: Going out with boys IV, Wayland High, Service PATRICIA JULIE BULGER 195 Austin St., Newtonville Pat Suppressed Desire: To meet Marlon Brando Favorite Pastime: Weekends at the Cape in Chatham IV, Warren, College Music Club I, Neophytes I, Archery I. Field Hockey. ROBERT WESLEY BURRILL '29 Paine Street, Wellesley Bo Suppressed Desire: To be a suc- cess in my trade Favorite Pastime: Driving and customizing cars IIIA, Wellesley, Business RICHARD FRANCES BUTLER 3l Lodge Rd., West Newton Dick Suppressed Desire: To get a iob as radio-T.V. technician Favorite Pastime: Going to school ' IIIA, Day, Service Radio Club I, 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, 3. ROGER JOSEPH BUTLER 31 Fodge Rd., West Newton Rog Suppressed Desire: To make money and get married Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Densmore of the Electrical De- parhnent IIIA, Day, Service ARTHUR JOHN CAFERELLI 117 West St., Nonantum "Caf" Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Penta of the Cab-Shop,N.T.V.H.S. I Will to N.H.S.: Mr. Penta, best teacher I ever knew IIIA, Our Lady's High School, Service Orange Shield. EDWARD JOHN CAVALLO 50 Auburn SI., West Newton Admiral Ed Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: E.M.W. I Will to N.H.S.: A new rattle for Mr. Hingston's room IIIA, Warren, Navy Administrative Aid. DAVID McKELNE CHATFIELD 131 Charlesbank Road, Newton Corner Dave, Chat Favorite Pastime: S Block lunches Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Jr. gym class II, Bigelow, College JAMES EDWARD CONNORS 520 Beacon St., Newton Corner Jimmy, Jim Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My acquaintance with Miss Kennedy I Will to N.H.S.: All the good times I've had skipping school II 8. IIIB, Weeks, Service Rifle Club 1. FRED EMERY COULTER 218 Melrose St., Auburndale Favorite Pastime: Listening to Miss Waters' famous speeches I Will to N.H.S.: All the days I was out of school ll, Warren, Service FRANK DiLORETO 45 Warren St., Newton Centre Skinny Suppressed Desire: To take a certain girl out I Will to N.H.S.: A bigger park- ing lot IIIA, Weeks, Service LILLIAN ANN EBEL 1026 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Lill Suppressed Desire: To marry Bob after I graduate Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: In FRANZ JOSEF EBERTH 41 Bunker Lane, West Newton Frank, Sunshine Suppressed Desire: To be an air- craft mechanic Favorite Pastime: Baseball I, Germany, College International Club 1, Outdoor Track 1. JAMES DANIEL FOGERTY 169 Washington St., Newton Frog IIIA, Bigelow, Business JAMES T. GIROUX 204 North St., Newtonville Jimmy Suppressed Desire: To become a millionaire Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: My old car IV, Day, Service DAVID FRANCIS HANNA 189 Parmenter Rd., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To get out of here Favorite Pastime: Stock car racing ll, Coolidge'Jr. High, Natick, Service LORAINE MARIETTA HEATH 4 Avondale Rd., Newton Centre Bunny Suppressed Desire: To graduate and to get married Favorite Pastime: Being happy IV, Weeks, Business Music Club 3, Badminton 3, Spring Musical 1, Vespers 2. ANTHONY RUSSELL HILL 31 Holly Road, Waban Squirrel Suppressed Desire: To do 100 mph in the quarter mile in the hot M.c.fc. Favorite Pastime: Scoffing and squirreling in the hot M.c.fc. I, Warren, College Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 3. STEPHAN ALAN JACOBS 29 Caroline Park, Waban Steve IIIB, Bigelow JOHN P. JAROSH 28 Converse Ave., Newton Favorite Pastime: Running from cops at football games Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: J. C. Hall's chemistry classes I, Weeks, College Outdoor Track 3, Indoor Track 3 ARNE EMIL JOHNSON 7 Bacon St., Newton Corner Suppressed Desire: To make a million Favorite Pastime: Making it Il, Bigelow, College GEORGE DONALD MELIDEO 26 Cottage Place, West Newton George Suppressed Desire: To learn to PAUL C. MEYER 276 Franklin St., Newton Corner I Will to N. H. S.: A Tums dis- penser for the lunchroom I, Bigelow, College Baseball 1, Newtonite 1 MARJORIE LEE MORGAN 16 Rockland St., Newton Centre Midge Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The friends, fun, and food I had in 226 I Will to N.H.S.: Sun for every football game IV, Bigelow, Business Music Club 1, 2, Home Room Manager 1 JOHN CONRAD MORRISSEY 48 Harvard St., Newtonville Connie I, Day, College Aviation Club 1, 2, 3, Usher 2, Science Fair 2, 3. STEPHEN PAUL MORSE 63 Bound Brook Rd. Newton Highlands Steve Favorite Pastime: Dashing for the school bus every morning I Will to N.H.S.: All the "A's" I never got I, Boston Latin School, College Camera Club 2, International Club 2, 3, Meteorology Club 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager 3, Orange Shield 3, Stage Crew 2, Usher 2. ARLENE NURENBERG 41 Wade St., Newton Highlands Cutie Pie Suppressed Desire: To marry Arnie Kaplan I Will to N.H.S.: My wonderful looks, personality, and figure lwhat else can I leave?l II, Weeks, Camera Club 1, Cavalry Club 1, 2, 3, French Club I, 2, Li- brary Club 1, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Personality Club 1, Softball 1, Tennis 1, Archery 1. EARL OSTROFF 76 Littlefield Rd., Oak Hill Favorite Pastime: Being with my girl friend, naturally Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The lunch room Il, Weeks, College ROBERT LOUIS PELLEGRINI 25 Weybosset Avenue, Framingham Pelly Favorite Pastime - Eating lunch during S Block Fondest Memory of N.H.S. -- Getting out at 3:10 IIIA, Memorial Junior High, Service DAVID MANN PHILLIPS 211 Bellevue St., Newton Dave Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: The cafeteria IC lunchl I Will to N.H.S.: All my blue cards I, Bigelow, College Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, Rifle Club 1, 2, Football 1, Spring Musical 1. CHARLES EDWARD PIKE 24 Shirley Street, West Newton Eddie IIIA, Warren, Service JAMES HENRY PRIEST 15 Henshaw Terrace, West Newton Jim Favorite Pastime: Sports Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: 1953 Newton-Waltham football game I, Warren, College MAURICE OWEN OUINN 62 Elm Street, West Newton Brother Suppressed Desire: To work in a good garage Favorite Pastime: Automobiles IIIA, Warren, Service Rifle Club. ROBERT LEO REEVES 279 Cabot St., Newtonville Bob, "Peck" Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Class of "55" and Graduation night lI55ll I Will to N.H.S.: All those beautiful sophomore blondes IIIA Radio, Day, Service Rifle Club 1, Legislature I. ROBERT ALAN RICH 30 Oakmont Rd., Newton Centre Bobby Suppressed Desire: To take a cross country tour in an auto- mobile Favorite Pastime: Playing bas- ketball I, Revere High, College WILLIAM M. SAMARCO 51 Dearborn St., West Newton Bill Suppressed Desire: Graduating Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Leav- ing IIIA, Natick High, Service JOSEPH PAUL SHEEHAN 53 Lake Ave., Newton Centre Jo I Will to N.H.S.: All my old teachers IV, Weeks, Service EDWARD A. WOLOSKI front of 2T during my sopho- dance 452 CUIIIOVUIG 51-, Newton more year I will to N. H. s.: Nothing, in PENDERGAST Rock IV, Weeks, Business has everything now 8 Mt. Vernon Terrace, Fondest Mem0"Y of N-H-5-f MVS- Library Club 1, 2, 3, Leader IIIA, Warren, Business Newtonville HUSS Corps 2. Radio Club 1, 2, 3. IV, Day, Business NIB: DGYQ Business kj? 5-. N ik: 5' I it sic A ,. 'Z' ,,,, ,. YG , Q' -5, :www A , , ,Q .1 . 1 , 4,1 Q Q-' Q V ."". gg N Q - 1 X531 ww, Z , , i,.,,M1 ,.. ,Q ,, ,u .U- 1 -ma.-...-w...n-ev .-an-anmnenama . .. -.-..--Q--.-W. Q.. 4..,.......-...lv .. ., ,.m,A.,,., ig awflfifn, 'ix- .px x A 'vi 25" ' W, if ,: .4 mga.. X X K J WQG 4 A 5 . '-,-n 33 - 2 , 1. gkwww ,mwg f 5x4 1 A! X!!! If J 9118913 Y --Q. W-s..,,,,u 1 A 55.4 , 2, 7 if 'U 5 xy. if if ik K . A ,gswf Q. W gy Sh A 8t P Super Market ...... Anderson Jeweler .... Art's Surplus ............... Atlantic Hardware Corp. ........... . Auburndale Co-operative Bank ..... Auburndale Jeweler ............... Auburndale Taxi Service ...... Babiiuice Oranges ........... Barnett Fabric Stores, Inc. Bermar Teen Types ........ Bing's Laundry ................. Boulevard Pharmacy, Inc. Boyes Motors Co., lnc. .... . Brown, Gene, Motors .... Burns, John T. ......... . Burroughs ................ Bushway lce Cream ..... Byron's Clothes ..... Capriccio Co. .................. . Chandler Insurance Agcy. Chandler, J. H. St Son ........... Cleveland, Thomas V., Realtors ..... Connell, W. J. ......................... Conroy, Martin E. ......... . Continental Baking Co. .... . Corkum, L. E. ................. . Cronin's Jenney Station ..... Crowley's OFfice Supplies .... Deerfoot Farms .............. Doelcam ............ Dunleavy Co. ................. . Eastman's Flower Shop ..... Edwards, Roy S. ......................... . Fisher Lawn Mower Service Co. .... . Fitzgerald Insurance Agency, Inc Flodin Sewing Machine Co. ....... . Four Corner Drug Co. ...... . G. 8g S. Paper Co., lnc. .... . Greenfield's ................. Gregorian, Arthur T. Haiman's Shoe Store .... Healer Motors, lnc. .... . Hendricken Bros. ..... . Highland Pharmacy ..... Hood's Milk ......... Howard Johnson's .... Hugo Pontiac, Inc. .... .......................................... . . f4daefzz'6eew 78 .....169 .....169 77 Kelly Motor Sales and Service ..... Kennedy's ............................... Kent's Evergood Store .... Keyes Pharmacy ............ ........161 Langley Food Shop, lnc. ,mm,181 Lasell Junior College ,,mm178 Loring Studios ........173 ........171 ........179 Maxwell-Padelford Co. .. McManus lce Cream ...... Moore 8. Moore Inc. .mm-161 Mr. Albert mmu160 Newton Buick Company M.-N174 Newton Centre Garage, Inc. mm-.169 Newton Centre Market, Inc. ........l6O Newton Centre Savings Bank mum179 Newton Corner Market mmu130 Newton Cycle Shop .m.m'l75 Newton Rotary Club .mm.160 Newton Savings Bank WWU167 Newton's, lnc. ........159 ........168 ........175 ........163 ........157 ........167 ........156 ........18O ........159 ........166 ' ........173 ........16O Newtonville Electrical Co., lnc. North Star Valet Service ............... Norumbega Stamp 8g Coin Shop ...... O'Toole and Sons, Inc. ............. . Paramount Theatre ........... Paulini Bros. Garden Shop ..... Phillips Art Studios ........... Raytheon ............... Raytheon ............... Republic Co., lnc. ............ . Rich, Bellinger 81 Mackay .... Rogan, Al, Sporting Goods ..... ........177 Ruby Upholstering Shop ...... ........169 Ruth's Pastry Shop ........... ........164 ........156 Security Mills Inc. .... . UWMI74 Simpson House WHWI56 Snak House Delicatessen .'......'I78 Star Market WNW164 Steuben Restaurant and Vienna Room nm-.I176 Stowe-Woodward, Inc. ,,,,,,,,18O Telephone and Telegraph Company ........l63 Thomas, Beniamin M. ,HHM163 Troy Knitwear Company WUNI57 Waban Market, Inc. ........166 165 Wild 8. WaIler's Atlantic Service ...... Stevens, Inc. .................... . The entire NEWTONIAN staff wishes to express its sincere gratitude to tlae generous and Public-spirited advertisers of tbe NEWTONIAN. 155 Brenda Gordon, ........ ........ ........ ........ ....-... ........ .......- ......-. ........ Advertising Editor 175 157 179 169 174 168 184 171 156 174 181 177 168 175 179 164 176 171 181 164 171 165 165 183 164 176 181 158 172 167 167 177 175 163 170 174 174 161 167 162 182 165 173 159 159 160 X9"'02S02S0'16N01'01'-701S0N0'1S00'0K0S01f0N0N0N-0210'0'10N0N0N0P'01f05S05S0N0N-720-10N'7201S-76x ? -S-05 -S01 '01-02 40. . 202405 7-S01'-01 Compliments of . . . FLODIN SEWING MACHINE CO. Electric Appliances 257 WALNUT STREET NEWTONVILLE 60, MASS. G. 8: S. PAPER CO., Inc. The Dependable Paper Merchants Phone: LAse1l 7-3500 WEST NEWTON Extending our sincerest wishes for your future success JAMES H. MCMANUS Famous ICE CREAM 244 NEEDHAM STREET NEWTON, MASS. DEcatur 2-4500 - Conn. all Depts. Compliments of . . . JIM CRONINS JENNEY STATION 1229 WASHINGTON STREET West Newton, Mass. Tel.: LA 7-9788 156 '05' SQSJNOI' C01 S0261 S S S S I 5 S S 9 S S S S S 3 S S S S S S S S S I QS, 5' S 5 5 5 5 9 S S 6 5 5 9 5 6 6 6 6 9 5 5 6 9 9 S 9 5 5 S 9 5 S 9 5 .ES :S ill : CD 75 :E 3 1 3 K! ro so "8 CD O Ph S2 'U ro D. ro D F3 rn D-lu D V5 rn P1 5. D UQ FO D' O C'- VJ an D Q- CD sn D O- F! D' o D Cl! so D O- CD O Ph aaa, 202' 40' -'02 401 CI D D.- no P1 UQ P1 so CL In D' so 4 rn US. 4 rn D W rn D D rn Q.- -4: m- Ft D' rn W D O 2 I O vi UD O 5 1-01' I' I 4 9 get . , 75555553 portant to all h1gh and Prep SChOOl men. Thats why - 5252? sei? v aaa Qi E2 wx CD rn sw Ch O D so Ph FT rn V1 CD rn m CD O D C D CL rn P1 UQ V1 sn D- VD F3 O B rn O' m rw W' FP O 72' no D D no Q- -4 M. for their every Clothing need. . r - Q 5 KENNEDYS ' UNDERGRAD SHOPS Q BOSTON - PROVIDENCE - WORCESTER "'f:,fl E SPRINGFIELD - HARTFORD - BROCKTON ' Q FRAMINGHAM 3 5 5 fa: -4 O Z 2 G5 Q Z O I- C 0 f0Wf-016261 090'-0401 YOU NEVER OUTGROW YOU CAN DEPEND ON E YUUR NEED FOR Mll.K 5 E A HOSTESS CUP CAKES 3 2 5 ggi 5 Q50 9 EEO 3 Eff' 9 'TE S 245590 5 SEV' 5 3,'O 5 giz S VV' 5 3 9 5 5 9 S 5 Q 9 3 5: 2 6 52 E Z2 'I57 RC95'-02'-0110110x0210"-7f0W402f0140's0'N01'-0Pf02f-0N014-0N0'-0M0vl6"N0'v202'-?s0'Uf0N0110N0'N0-'-0H'02f-021-01'-0X Y 3 5 9 . I 5 . 5 Q ...B-,X We need help to meet Q N the great demand for 5 these new all-transistor 5 X radios. 5 X I M WHAT ARE TRANSISTORS? Q Transistors do the iob of bulky radio tubes, S but use only a fraction of the current. They S are tiny, tough and durable. They cut opera- S tion costs to pennies. 3 THOUSANDS OF THESE TRANSISTORS ARE BEING MANUFACTURED 5 DAILY. GIRLS, WHEN YOU ARE THROUGH SCHOOL WOULDN'T YOU - 5 9 LIKE TO BE ONE OF THE FIRST TO LEARN THIS INTERESTING WORK? . S WOULDN'T YOU LIKE TO JOIN AN ORGANIZATION WHICH OFFERS 9 3 sucH UNUSUAL PRoMlsE FoR THE FUTURE? 5 5 S For employment in any of our Newton Plants: I 5 Qflfilvermyosf 37 GALEN ST. Iopposite MTA fermanall WATERTOWN so. . or 2 jgffgenl 55 CHAPEL STREET, NEWTON 5 RAYTHEON MANUFACTURING COMPANY Newton, Massachusetts 5 5 5 158 -if T --2-fd if-' ' - .- ffzrrrfif'-"-'ZSTJFT' 5 Best Wislaes to Class of '56 5 from IOHN C. WALLER - 5 ABAN MARKET, INC. WALLER'S ATLANTIC SERVICE INDSOR ROAD A R ABAN es, MASS. oute 128 Newton Lower Falls S MEATS - GROCERIES - VEGETABLES - S FANCY FRUITS - FROSTED FOODS 24 Hour Service LA 7-9813 6 5 Q Best lVisbes to the Class of '56 Q 5 1. H. CHANDLER sf SON INC. A 9 4 5 E Hardware and Houseware Q DEERFOOT FARMS 6 Sealtest 5 Tel.: Blgelow 4-4000 ' 5 Dazry Produrts 5 796 BEACON STREET 225 NEEDHAM STREET 5 NEWTON UPPER FALLS NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Q Newlorfs Only Dairy DE 2-1900 400 9540x011-02401 S V sz x9'vf-0N-0'26'N0110'20'10'110'0110PC0"61L0N0101101f0'N0110"-0Y0'N-0510"f-0N021016f10fl0K02C-01'-0P'-0X-0'N0'f-0 1 59 5'C?f'01s0'N0'N0N0'120'vsJs0'54-0N?s02f0N010vf01s0210410N0f0'N0N6W10'110'N0-20N0'110N-050'-0'-405 0N0'1'-01'-02 Successful Living is Largely Dependent on a Properly Arranged Insurance Program. See Us! JOHN T. BURNS co. NEWTONVILLE DE 2 1840 Thomas M. Dillon, Mgr. Compliments of WILD 8: STEVENS Inc: NEWTON UPPER FALLS 64 MASSACHUSETTS C'm'Pl"7'e"ff of BOULEVARD PHARMACY INC APRICCIO CO. C 2090 COMMONWEALTH AVE 21 JACKSON STREET AUBURNDALE MASS NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Tel.: LA 7-5550 9N0fS0'f101s0W10N0'2102s0'N0N0'10'1n0v40'v1-010N0N0'2L05f0 40"01'0N0N0N0140N05'-0'Q0P40N0'f05f-0N0N-0'X-0 3 5 HAND LAUNDRY Q SHIRTS 17 5 lt 5 E BING'S LAUNDRY 5 has been serving this area for many years 5 5 5 5 5 5 E Smart Planning . . . ' for your future includes a sound fmancial program. Why not start 5 NOW? You can buy Co-operative Shares for as little as 31. per month. They will be worth 3200. each at maturity. Come in and Q talk it over with us. AUBURNDALE CO-OPERATIVE BANK 3 307 AUBURN STREET AUBURNDALE 5 5 . 5 5 5 5 Q STAR MARKET CO. 5 Q Greater Bost0n's E Outstanding Food Stores S 3 s 6 WATERTOWN 0 NEXVTONVILLE 0 WELLESl.EY SOMERVILLE 0 MEDFORD 0 CHESTNU'f HILL 5 CAMBRIDGE 0 BROOKLINE E Earb lbe leading fowl slore in its c'on1m1mify. S 5 161 20Y0 -'0120140-f00'0'2l05C -'JNON0 '05'-0 4050 ff-01201 201101'-05'-0' -'0'f0P '-0N0f40'N0"'01 -'0'N0W'-05405 X9' Best Wishes From STOWE-WOODWARD, INC. 181 OAK STREET NEWTON UPPER FALLS INC . . . NEENAH, WISCONSIN GRIFFIN, GEORGIA 79?99'C05f6590559N93 46526599'C05f95973959790'907'659757L7l97 'S 5 9 5 5 5 6 S S 5 S 6 5 5 5 5 6 S S 6 5 5 5 5 5 S 5 S 5 5 2 5 6 .SS f-016 S0100 -'02 O 3 '-o Sh rr: B fb :zz G -S05 RUTH'S PASTRY SHOP 1201 WALNUT ST. 5 HIGHLAND PHARMACY 6 LA 7-0286 5 5 9 5 999 BOYLSTON STREET S For Tasty C ooleies anal Pastries Newton Highlands Birthday LA 7-2400 LAse11 7-6661 and Specialty Cakes MARTIN E. CONROY Funeral Home MARTIN E. CONROY Funeral Directors MILDRED S. CONROY Q DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVERWARE jewelers and Silversmitbs 3 WATCH REPAIRS ELECTRONICALLY TIMED Q 45 LINCOLN STREET NEWTON HICHLANDS A :c9K0'740"f0'4'-0N0'C-9"-0"-0"5'C0'N0'V 0vl01f-70WC0N0N01S0'l0V0PC7C01101YP4010fC02C0PS?S7f74740N0X0 1 63 f-02' '0'1S0"0" '02 4-01 K01'0" 'S 5 6 5 6 9 5 6 S 9 5 E Q S S 5 5 6 9 5 9 5 S 5 9 9 5 9 5 6 6 9 9 6 S C om plzments Comphments of ARTHUR T GREGORIAN ORIENTAL RUGS '01-105 2284 WASHINGTON ST NEWTON LOWER FALLS CHARLES V FITZGERALD Tel BI 4 2553 '07 INSURANCE AGENCY INC '01 CHATHAM SHOP Mann Street I-0P'0N0'2'0v f'-05 Chatham, Mass. "Serving tbe Suburbs" Telephone: 1 55 NEWTON'S, Inc. 5 Compliments of 3 SMART CLOTHES 3 THE NEWTON CORNER MARKET for Q 388-540 CENTRE STREET Class of Campus Wear 3 NEWTON CORNER Q You are cordially invited to come in 3 and browse around E Compliments of the Looking entails no obligation 843 BEACON STREET 5 PARAMOUNT THEATER NEWTON CENTRE WASHINGTON STREET A LA 7-7400 3 NEWTON CORNER Open Friday evening until 9:00 P,M. 2 I X7202Q0"0N0N-ON-0Y0N0'20'-rf-05L76N0vC056N?G72?G0110f'056N0'1?C0N717G01G0P47C7f05'-?20N0'W 'I 64 -- -- , , WYWH, Y 7-A - in TF' ' Q 'sh - '0f' '0 '01Q0f'02' 201 '0"'01 H02 5C9N-7S0W10110N0W10110E-0N-0'ES01E0f'0N?S01f01E0EQ01f0E20101'0'N6'v'-0"'-0N0'0N0N01'-0'N0'f'-0-40N0E'-0EL0'vf-0gC 4-0"02'-6 H HUGO PONTIAC, loo. ' 2 714 BEACON STREET R af! wake NEWTON CENTRE - lclllallxll-as - 'villas Q TAI'L0+RS 5 2 5 NEW and USED CARS '- tli 2 'EA' 5 Dollar for Dollar H 9 You Cam EEE A E NNN E E E Service 0 Guaranteed Mothproofing 5 0 Finest Tailoring 0 Draperies Cleaned 0 Furs Cleaned, Stored and Remodeled 9 LA sou 1-6211 99 Union St. Newton Centre Near RR. Station 5 DE 2-4300 ALL WORK DONE ON PREMISES 5 Offi BI 1 4-1566 9 NORUMBEGA Ce EE OW Q STAMP 8: COIN Q SHOP 5 Ever thin or The Collector Q y 3 f BENJAMIN M. THOMAS Q 261 AUBURN STREET AUBURNDALE 66 Q E. B. Thomas 451 CENTER STREET E LASCU 76554 P. A. Thomas NIEXVTON sa, MASS. 5 7 x7'402'-0'1-0N01C0'w0N0'20"20N0w0'E0El02C0"6'l0"-01 20'f0"'0'vl0"10"E0'140N010"-0N0'101E0N0K0"40'N0"f-0S 165 Toelcanu A DIVISION 0F MINNEAPULIS-HONEYWELL Engineering Laboratories 56 ELMWOOD STREET NEWTON 58, MASS. Main Plant and Offices 1400 SOLDIERS FIELD ROAD BOSTON 35, MASS. HOWARD jOHNSON'S ROUTE 128 and ROUTE 16 W NEWTON 65 MASS LANDMARK FOR HUNGRY AMERICANS awwwcawcoweoweawcafeaacafeoweoweowowoweavweaaeacofeafeoweaeafeaeaeoaeoweoweoweowcmeoweofeoxouaw we 'S 6 9 5 6 5 5 6 9 5 5 S 5 5 S 5 S 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 5 5 9 2 5 9 5 6 .03 '-0210 105-1-01 -'01'-07102 -f-0'2'0'1f0'01'0'N0'1'03 Tel.: DE 2-3790 ALBERT M. CHANDLER INSURANCE AGENCY THE REPUBLIC CO., Inc. A. M. Chandler, jr. - jack C. Hoover Exfmffeff 0fFf'1e F00fwem' 67 UNION ST. Blgelow 4-9225 NEWTON CTR. 59, MASS. 25 KEMPTON PLACE -401 W. NEWTON 65, MASS. Compliments of L. E. CORKUM STEUBEN RESTAURANT Hardware - Kitchenware and Paints and LAsel1 7-4447 867 WASHINGTON ST. STEUBEN VIENNA ROQM NEWTONVILLE 60' MASS' A 114 BOYLSTON ST., BOSTON RICH, BELLINGER 81 MACKAY -:- Directors of Funerals -:- -201 C-02'-01'-05 -f-0' 9 9 6 6 5 6 5 9 6 5 9 5 5 9 6 5 6 E 9 5 5 6 5 5 9 6 5 5 S E V. P. MACKAY 26-30 CENTRE AVE. Blgelow 4-2034 NEWTON 58, MASS. 'I67 f-02' '-05"-01 '01 4-0K0- -02' X0ff.0'v CADILLAC - OLDSMOBILE Sales- Service I 6 NORMAN M. APPLEYARD, Pres. FRED KAYE, JR., Mgr. NEWTON CENTRE GARAGE, INC. 792 BEACON STREET 0 NEWTON CENTRE 59, MASS. 5 LAse1l 7-0868 - Blgelow 4-0802 H O M E S Q THE NEWTONS WELLESLEY WESTON NEEDHAM THOMAS V. CLEVELAND - Realtors ASSOCIATES Thomas V. Cleveland - LA 7-3660 Raymond P. Atwood -- DE 2-8979 Maxwell H. Robson -- BI 4-5675 Warren Blaisdell - BE 5-0832 S 405 CENTRE STREET, NEWTON 58, MASS. BI 4-6920 LASELL IUNIOR COLLEGE 9 5 A two year college for young women ' H ' ,ji Q 322-'+fffhg,'.Q', I A' 5 y 9-z"'l'P 1-A.. , ai, . 5 . if Ojers Courses zn Q 230,55 A ' s f s. Medical Technology Home Economics 9 "' Medical secfefaiy Child Study S 3 Year Nursing Dramatics Program Art fAHiliated with M . Peter Bent Brigham uslc Hospitalj Liberal Arts Secretarial Science Retail Training For The Catalogue or For an Appointment Write or Telephone E OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS Q LASELL JUNIOR COLLEGE S AUBURNDALE 66, MASSACHUSETTS 6 X9540110N0'1'0'f'0N0240'K0-1-024054010N0N016N7G0W2?2014761b7C0N0547C0'2?1?20?1?274054?40N0?G0 1 68 S 'S S S S S 5 5 9 S S S E S S S 5 S 5 5 S 5 5 9 6 S 5 S S S S 9 S 9 S .SS '02'0 405 Compliments of . . . Q A R T ' S S U R P L U S 5 S Q Wearing Apparel 5 Sporting - Camping - Fishing Equipment 6 NEWTON CORNER S BIge1Ow 4-1498 S 3 THE ELLIOT W. KEYES Electronifally Tested Watch Repairs - hP1f1QRMf3C52l T. W. ANDERSON 5 Ralp . eyes, eg. Jarm. JEWELER Q 349 AUBURN STREET DIAMOEEQEKVEVQRECHES '- AUBURNDALE, MASS. WATCH, CLOCK AND 6 Tel i BI 4-2794 JEWELRY REPAIRING E ' 529 AUBURN ST. AUBURNDALE DEcatur 2-0800-01 GENE BROWN 3 Sales Service 5 GENE BROWN MOTORS, Inc. S 3 724 BEACON STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. S S 5 A- 5 M O W E R S E LAWN-GARDEN S4 SNOW REMOVAL EQUIPMENT 'F - S Tractors - Tillers - Leaf Mulchers ng qi? "A YL 2 3 EISI-IER LAWN MOWER SERVICE CO. 5 . I!'!".':'.:Il':':'sIiW.UI',fI1ii"::.' WfIn.4.'mIr-.HI -I S ELM and BORDER STREETS WEST NEWTON DEcatur 2-0764 9'-'-0' x9240!1016'-0520"-0'20K-0101'0Ff-OW10'202f70'fC7L0P'710'17'0120K01l0N0PC0v0N7!0f101105f0N0110N0X0Q 169 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1956 SECURITY MILLS INC C 'r f SECURITY JERSEY d k H df b N I I9I9 9"'Q"'-0'5f0N0"90'N0N0'2'-0'N-07'-0'N0'5L?l01L0'540W47C740'90N07'QN797905C7C05'05C?90N05905f7540N05Z 170 I 1 105' -0105 401 '01'0 40261202 G01 GO'-N02 54020201 'S 6 9 6 6 5 6 5 9 9 S 5 5 5 5 9 9 6 S 5 5 9 5 5 9 5 9 5 5 5 6 9 9 6 5 A 40x02 "0" -40' 5 Compliments of . . . ' Compliments of . . . 5 6 MAXWELL-PADELFORD Co. 2 NEWTON ROTARY CLUB E Q INDUSTRIAL CUTTING TOOLS I . 5 9. 9 5 3 BARNETT FABRIC STORES, INC. 5 5 Zltahrirs nf iaiatinrtinn 5 Q COMPLETE SEWING ACCESSORIES 6 Loces - Notions - Buttons - Zippers - Potterns 5 3 Silks - Cottons - Woolens - Nylons - Velvets - Plostics Q 260 WASHINGTON STREET, NEWTON CORNER LA 7-4587 5 to 2 5 Compliments of . . . Q NEWTONVILLE ELECTRICAL Co., Inc. 3 439 NEWTONVILLE AVE. NEWTONVILLE S S Tel.: LA 7-6632 911-0' x724021014-0220i'-0'C01f0'C026K0N-0'61l01s010N7C0'C7201f0X0N0N0'C7W1610127L0N0110N01f0K01l0'6S I 71 E' 5 6 5 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 S S S 5 6 5 5 5 6 5 9 5 5 9 5 5 9 5 5 A T-0110 The constant expansion of our 5 '- Newton plants presents un- s ' A A usual opportunities to high Q , school graduates. 5 -LIK- Q and 3 l Girls 76 years of age and overl OFFICE: Positions are constantly opening up for clerk- S typists, general clerks, accounting clerks, stenog- ' raphers, calculating and billing machine opera- tors, at salaries commensurate with ability. E FACTORY: lf you are interested in production, we offer 5 light electronics assembly to girls who qualify for this type of work. Q Q All of our employees enjoy numerous com- 5 pany benefits and advantages. A modern Q cafeteria on the premises serves tasty Q E lunches or dinners at low cost. Q E With high starting rates, our employees 5 make rapid progress through automatic 5 5 merit increases and incentive earnings. 5 3 For employment in any 37 GALEN ST. lopp. MTA terminall WATERTOWN SQUARE Q of our Newton Plants, Tel' WA 4-2123 ' C'PPlY Whefevef mos' 55 CHAPEL STREET, NEWTON 5 convenient for you. Tel. Bl 4-7500 E 5 9 5 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 5 5 9 5 5 6 E 9 5 5 5 5 5 6 5 5 3 172 x7s0P10"10210X-011012?L0fQ0'N0f20J10'N0201f0N0f202Q0vsJf0ff-01'-6"110'1f0N0'01C0227f-0'1l01'0'-0N'01'-0'1s-0'0'-05C 9 3? Q With You G0 Our Very Best Wishes 5 For Sunshine - Success and Happiness S - L. A. CHURCHVILLE fManagerj 105'-0R02 101' 40" TROY KNI' I 'WEAR COMPANY Hos112RY UNDERWEAR KNITWEAR 63 UNION STREET - NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Opposite Newton Centre Railroad Station 1022-OJWNONOPQOK-02 School and College Emblems or Silk Screen Prints made to order. Compliments of Babiiuice Oranges 6566 4101646500202 THE LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF FILING SUPPLIES IN NEW ENGLAND E 6 5 5 STANYDARDIZEE 5 5 EING AND CARD INDEX SUPPLIQ Q s Q FI E x E s Q Lzrafsaa-2 3 5 5 The Dunleavy Co. E TWinbrook 3-7300 WALTHAM, MASS- E 3 s 173 X721-7202100f-011021011-9205105'-04001050s0N0210N02s0Ps0401s0f6'240N0N?s0v'0b101'0N?10'f0t'7f01L026x 3 Compliments of In the Heart of the Newtons on Beacon St. Between Newton Centre and Waban 3 LANGLEY FOOD SHOP, INC. THE SIMPSON HOUSE 5 38 Langley Road Newton Centre e offers you M... FOOD THAT IS FAMOUS- Q SERVICE THAT IS SUPERB 5 FOUR CORNER DRUG CO. Q 901 Walnut Street Newton Centre Q In an atmosphere of candlelight and soft music 5 which makes dining a pleasant relaxation. E MOORE at MooRE INC. - 275 Washington Street Newton Corner Air Conditioned For Your Comfort Q M.. LUNCHEONS - DINNERS - COCKTAILS Q SNAK HOUSE DELICATESSEN 3 346 Centre Street Newton Corner BI 4-3356 RESERVATIONS Q Best Wishes Q BOYES MOTOR CO., Inc. E PLYMOUTH PASSENGER CARS 5 DODGE "fOB RATED" TRUCKS Q h DODGE PASSENGER CARS 5 Mo Par Factory Engineered Parts Q From 5 A 5 624 WASHINGTON sT. FRIEND 5 NEWTONVILLE 60, MASS. G x74055-036719450547124757654769405C9555'9740740599N97'6549'967!7l95C059954079?x0557 S'9'Z f-0" 205 0520? W1 f0"0'f X02 'S S S S 5 5 5 9 S S 6 2 5 5 S S S 6 5 S 5 5 5 9 S 5 S S S 9 5 S S S-0216 405 -'05 19 NEWTON CENTRE MARKET, INC. "Everything Good To Eat" PHONE BI gelow 4-4240 401'-02'0'0"'02f01'-0'5 NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. 1241 CENTRE STREET Mattresses - Fine Cabinet Work - Slip Covers RUBY UPHOLSTERING SHOP -4-02 DECORATORS AND UPHOLSTERERS BYRON'S CLOTHES 384-586 MOODY STREET WALTHAM Complete Line of Men's Furnishings 273 AUBURN STREET Telephone 5 AUBURNDALE, MASS. Blgelow 4-5260 and 5P0'm"ff"' -'-Ov S ARTHUR P. KELLY 5 PROPRIETOR 9 Kelly Motor Sales and Service Q COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE 3 -- EXPERT BODY 8: FENDER REPAIRING - E 2066 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE Bus. Blgelow 4-1962 5 AUBURNDALE 66, MASS. Res. Blgelow 4-8574 5 Diesel Fuel Injection Service - Electric Power - Tool Service S Automotive - Aircraft - Marine Supplies l we Jo cc' Q 210 NEEDHAM STREET E Newton Upper Falls, QBoston 64j, Mass. DE 2-3630 6 x9'40N0"20'N0N0'1-0'10N0'61'-01'-0"6N0N0'0120N01C0'220'Q0"0N0N0'10vl0110D0K01201'0110'110f'0X0120'2f0 175 -10" 4-05 -S02'0"'0W201'0'K0N01 Compliments Compliments of S tO NEWTON CYCLE SHOP Class of "56" S 17'-01'-0'N0f401 S LA 7-0003 S l4lXIAAlXPJ'S Q SHOE STORE E YOUR SATISFACTION IS OUR GREATEST CONCERN 767 BEACON STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. I SS S PAULINI BROS. GARDEN SHOP 385 BOYLSTON STREET 402 NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. LA 7-0193 202101202 -4-05 S S S S S S S S S S 5 S S S S S S S S S S S S 5 3 SSS 'I76 "' X7G740'10N0N0"0K?201Q0N0N7102010'Q0N0210N01Q0f0fW1'4W20v'-0v'0-'0110'N01f-0'N0v'-0'40"02'-02f-01f0x 9 -f-02 100101 .065 . 20240' '01 -'05 47 '01 40' X9' T. FRANK COPP, PRES. PAUL L. KEATING, TREAS. 29 CRAFTS STREET LAse11 7-5500 NEWTONVILLE 60, MASS. NEWTON BUICK COMPANY "Buy your Buick in N ewton" Blgelow 4-0443 ARTHUR W. GREEN CARMOTE Paints - Varnisbes - Larcoloicl Evinrude Outboard Motors ATLANTIC HARDWARE CORP. f-0" 4011010 40" Compliments of AL ROGAN SPORTING GOODS 327 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTON CORNER, MASS. 9K-0'1'0'10R-0'1h0'N-0K0'140'C0fQ0'f-01:00202C01W'2401Q0PL720'101'0210fQ0'f0f401C01f0510'C0"0' '0'40 'I77 X9f52'0'140"N0P472-0110-'-0WQ02f0140'10R0W0'0'0"40'fr0N0'4'-720f'-0N6'N0N-0D20110'N0'N0'N01'0240f'-0N'7401L01405C Y 9 5 YOU CAN'T MAKE A MISTAKE CN ANY PURCHASE YCU MAKE AT - 3-E? 32 2:5 R524 Eg -Ib MO r-- U-U gg -U " PC E"-I 3523 3 P 30- Xm Q gp 432250 'P U2 'C 'mm Om WH? sh n '-o rn Ish.,-1 P Qwmgcpfelm gg U1 Q WZ ,O nvggmma' U, U1 rn U Ng, Hr-v-,P-t"" Q. S' 4 Y szfbn'-U5 21 U1 :iw Q0 an fb D ap 1 fu QCODQ O U1 L: f1l"' fm CD N "U3,':rn S- mm 51 Eflkf.-+ F? 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KENT,S EVERGOOD STORE "0U'04'01201 N01 419 CENTRE STREET NEWTON CORNER L c0'r COMMAND 10261402 .r0.r.0v QA HIGH SALARY AFTER GRADUATION 5 5 wh A well-paying iob is waiting for you . . . after Acicnldlc Ieell 5 I you become a skilled Burroughs Office Machine I I ' I ft an I Operator. Acute shortages of trained personnel 9 I oM"A I assure high school graduates a bright future in , 5 L l this neue. 71 umon street, newtofz centre, massachusetts - Find out today-phone, call r w't f FREE Q Q booklet, "Your Dreams Will oCom:?l'ruZlp' You defdtuf ' will see how easy . . . and rewarding , . . it is for Q you to become a trained operator of Burroughs 6 Bookkeeping, Calculating or Billing Machines. FREE lifetime iob placement after you receive your 5 graduation certificate. g . urroug s 5 B 'h OFFICE MACHINES TRAINING CENTER S 240 NEWBURY STREET COmmonwealth 6-7100 g BOSTON I6, MASS. . . 3 faslytozzs for the teen-age miss sizes 8-14 7-15 SE955'C7927f-QNQ5'-0""-0'10N0"N0'5101f-91l055N0'C9'C0590'C07'6540'90N05l7C755f05C07'07905C9'49N9'l05'6 l 79 E 5 S 6 6 9 5 9 S 9 5 6 9 5 S S 5 S 5 S 6 5 5 6 6 5 5 9 5 6 I 9 9 5 S S 16 f-0 Q CROWLEY'S OFFICE SUPPLIES Stationers 5 358 WALNUT STREET NEWTONVILLE SCHOOL SUPPLIES TYPEVURITERS - Sales, Rentals, and Repairs 10" s0"' 9 KA short block from your scboolj OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC SALES SERVICE 5 Q H E A L ER 4, 5 Q Tel.: WAtertown 4-8100 BEST TRADES AND PROMPT DELIVERIES AUTO REPAIRS, BODY IVORK AND PAINTING 5 43 NORTH BEACON STREET WATERTOWN, MASS. Q Most modern sales and service facilities at your disposal C0562 f0'4C0"f-0'47'0-f-0" BUSHWAY ICE CREAM FAMOUS EOR QUALITY SINCE 1882 402 s0W'0'2103 ff-0' Q Q Q Q I Q 9 Q Q 5 Q Q Q Q I Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q I it 180 -...f--1-5.5 1-A-- ,7 iii' " " 'S 9 5 5 5 9 6 6 5 6 9 5 5 5 5 S S 5 'Q 5 6 5 5 5 5 9 5 5 S Q 5 5 3 5 A '0216 -'05 4-01 -'05 402'-02f0Wf0N00'-02l0'0 '-01404 101 -1-0' .201 '02-054-02 402 549' li CHARLES COSSABOOM i PHILLIPS ART STUDIOS, Inc. MICHAEL GALLANT Money Raising Plan PROPRIETORS for Individuals, Clubs and Organizations - WATCHES Sell Greeting Cards CLOCKS and Gift Items for A 5 JEWELRY Pleasure and Profit T SALES 1 SERVICE O PHILLIPS ART STUDIOS, Inc. REPAIRS so HUNT STREET A1Thm'11hi1lP LAM 7 6600 NEWTON ss, MASS. 3lPl1IPlP1' ft, 'jp-iQ'? T 1. BI 1 4-0176 A I Q to T, f W n nvl a mn if f' it Q i .I n u 1 I is j f U UNB I3 U3 BS 9 X Q? " 5 X, When you stort working Q A y cmd receive your first solory, , we invite you to come in MR. ALBERT cmd open o Scivings Account. Then, moke it o hobit Hai' Sfyliff to sove something eoch poy doy. Building or heolthy bonk bolonce will give you o wonderful feeling ond prove thot you hove whot it tcikes Formerly with ' ' C 1 S 1 . memes rysta aon to get oheod finonclolly. We'll welcome you os o depositor. OTHER OFFICES 2094 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE ACM 74 f SA WN65' BANK UU! on 286 and 289 Washington St., Newton' Corner o Tcl. LAsell 7-7850 43 Lincoln St., Newton Highland: 0 fel. Dfcatur 2-7140 181 ureilli your riends can come, too' When you go to work for the Telephone Company, you ll find yourself in the midst of a pleasant, congenial group your own age. WORKING FOR THE TELEPHONE COMPANY 'A' uk 'A' i' OFFERS MANY ADVANTAGES Good starting salary 1 regular raises Responsibility in a position of real im- portance to your community The pleasure of working with congenial people in pleasant surroundings A secure job with a reliable company that's known and respected everywhere There are lots of excellent opportunities for girls finishing High School. Come in and talk to us today. We'll he glad to give you all the details. Talk with your Guidance Counselor, if your school has one, about when and where to apply. O We're looking forward to seeing you. NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 182 direct sales - -uf: Wm" U53 ' Q .. ,. ,,, , 1 wr: J ,4 ' , f "fs55ef 'W f fir U Jie filf' ' 6 'fi' " f WM' we K' 5511555 f' A 20 .,., . N J ?:2,-I 21:13 we Awww 1 V g.. fm , ,K M ,, .. Ac iw 35 ,ggi H " . 5 if ,Q fix, ,-Nix W--Q 9155 1 H 'imc ' Wig? 533'-ss.: art service 4 iff 0 mm' Q W y. A of ' .259 M? ,,,, W if 3 W? N x 1 x Y- wi J gy . 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W M, WL V 3 W ff 4 ,+ fix. Q 1 K 5 7' 54. ff? A NEWTON TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL f, 14 'S if ,wwf-A V V UV v -games.. V tg , , 'A X. T , ,X X 1 co f ' ig 4 245' its . ' it 3 Vg, K i , ' Is 5 ' ' X i f f , ' my I -45, -1+---.--twi, ., . . f 5 1 1V My, .isa yn 'yzryff ,Q - . F' 'V -vi, ,, Ki? X 32,2Z,,W.zm1,4:i,5i- Vgy-swgy-we - n X . Y- t uns, sub s sw as ' ' V ivses--if ,l gui. 5' P' f V sV lzifxys. sZ:s...' ,. ,, ,i,lg,:,,",c, ::p,VVgj,5MV 'nz 2619" .s ,pg fi, 2 V sxf.Sff:? N, fs ss , X vis? is - s"'i3t,z'Nf,-'?2fri'23'3.'T4'c9"i - - :sv 5 ,1f,y,,:' -:A 'elsif 3,-3 ,, mf. V, , A V Vs M , Q fs Q 1 6, ul IE? V2 4' A 51' Eggs 2 . f 1, in sr? sa' 1 1 s f - +1 4.,, sw: f gs -.1-:S-'-ii-.-.j:.j X' . l l is t X - Q? 7? 'A it 6.11 ' -X -.A ART EXHIBITON Under the direction of Bob Troie, Judy Bloom, and Bob Higgins, Newton's First Annual Art Exhibition was held in the social room and second floor corridor of Building Ill. This exhibition, not a iudged art contest, displayed artistic craft in fields ranging from water color paintings to handmade cuFf link and tie clasp sets, from oil canvasses to clay statuettes, from classical pencil drawings to modern. The art department, viewing the success of this year's program, hopes to institute the Art Exhibition as an annual event in the school year. Advisors .... ..... M r. Schultz, Miss Elliott UMM 'F ,fx Qx..n l ff' I -1 f I 0+ fd f6 Ncwion Hkgh Sch X X K. ,VZ vww-al ,Deanna was wa PM P' X1 W5 Q S590 Ci 4151110 . 11, OW YX 6 ytlxvd 4: P31 fxwex GS dovb P9 Q3 SO' A5 ' K e C X fe e A N C remember? x N S .. S NDN L6 ' Cy X 60-59' C3 we QS N T356 W QM :ffm VS va 'W . L . C6055 3656075 V H5615 IB - fe X355 'A NN Q X PJ X X7 X955 X XXL X uk Y X AK Dx XY X XXDPS Xu' XX Cxx I Wgenee 5 gGELn8 was 9 e www X NEWT ON HIGH SCH0 M 62,756-ents Iiftlllas . Wes PBI3' High Q? e 3 901 yy Dec, '18, I 955 ID 4:00 P W -M And awa-cr-oy we go! X ,H 1"f Swiss-consin ibig cheese!! iyfff N523 A . " Q P1 emi- f '1 FV EA-Q Q , 0 All clecar fo Rare-bit Newton nearly everybody reads the Newfonite r fake-off! "Fire Department" 191 A Cappella Choir .... Administration ............. Administrative Aids ..... Alpha Gamma Tau .......... American Field Service ..... Art Club ........................ Art Exhibition ............. Associate Ofticers .... Aviation Club .... Baseball ......... Basketball ....... Boys' Chorus ......... Camera Club ............... Canadian Exchange Cavalry Club ............ Cheerleaders ......... Chemistry Club ..... Chess Club ........... Christmas Vespers .... Civics Committee ...... Class Committees ......... Concert Band ................ Cross Country Track ...... Dance Band ............... Debating Club .... Drama Club ........................ ...... Drama Festival ........... I ........... ...... Editors and Faculty Advisers English Club ...................... Faculty ............. ...... Field Hockey ...... Football ........... ...... French Club ........................ Future Teachers of America Girls' Basketball ................ Girls' Tennis ...................... Glee Club ....... ................ Golf .................................. Hockey .............................. Homeroom' Managers ........ Hunting and Fishing Club .... Index .................................. Indoor Track ...................,.. International Club .............. Junior Class Officers .......... Junior-Senior Girls' Chorus .. Junior Red Cross Council .... INDEX 30 84 ......189 14 50 47 22 82 23 40 24 36 85 67 60 72 48 73 25 15 59 6 9 44 32 16 45 53 52 46 66 17 48 33 68 70 26 Junior Superlatives ..... Latin Club ................ Legislature ............................ Library Assistants .................... Little-Known Views of N.H.S. ..... . Marching Band ....................,.. Meteorology Club ................ Motion Picture Squad ...... Music Club ......................... National Honor Society ..... Newtonian ...................... Newtonite .......... Orange Book .... Orange Shield .... Orchesis ........... Orchestra ............... Outdoor Track ..... Outing Club .............. Photographic Essay ..... Program Page .......... PTSA ............... Radio Club ........ Rally Committee Rifle Club ....... Rifle Team ........ Science Club ......... Science Exhibition .... Seniors ....................... Senior Class Olificers ...... Senior Committees ....... Senior Play .............. Senior Supper ................ Softball .................................................................... Sophomore Class Ofticers ........................................ 61 18 65 80 .....186 73 29 79 35 62 76 78 77 69 54 74 49 27 37 ........190 80 19 40 28 49 20 ........189 88 68 64 81 86 53 68 70 Sophomore Girls' Chorus .......................................... Sophomore Superlatives .......................................... Spanish Club ............................................,............... Spot Shots .............................................. 87, 154, Spring Musical ........................................................ Stage Crew .............................................................. Trade School Basketball ............................................ Trade School Photographic Essay Tusitala .................................................................... Twirlers ......................... .................... Vocal Groups .......................................................... . . Wisconsin Exchange ................................................ 61 34 185, 191 58 79 55 ........188 34 40 75 83 192 L . ,. W? ,- W . 851. Wz. 4 H 4 if Q -Y S L 5 9 Q " V ww ' "' I VQ.".','.!'.',,:5 H4,9':"A ' f I ' - " A ' 1 '. ?iQfV2!' 7Q'.'ln':f':' 'L V' ' 7 9 wk ' I :Y,u,,, ' HMA . X -1 '.-'Q'S" EfLfr'4i?w-fu.1., -- ' . MV' W1: ,. 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