Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)

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L Ag, .. . ..., . ,fy A A . A X we-Y.. Q ul, A ,D ,, .. XL . N-A . A- Q - ' Aff A, A -1? ' 1 - - , - - A ,, .. 'fe - A, ,gr , A ' rn, . - .- ' ' A N, ,. ? - Aff , A n A1 A ' A - A- .K A . At ,Q t A 4. A 7 J. n L h ,I Q I ,Q ,T I 1 .. we .I "" p A 4. 'iv an iff' B. c-X X S -,.L,. -X 'i, Y. You've heard me cheer at the football games and rallies, but now I 'm really going to roar! I 'm going to roar about my high school, my friends, and our great activities - about school spirit, Tigeramas, and football games - The Drama Festival and school exchanges, and the scores of committees and clubs, students and teachers, who have helped make these three years really great. THE TIGER ROARS! if 'A . X EV .vi ' W H NJ f- A" 15- Lf, fwm W W W f eg R+ ? Ei, . MMM., P' W 5 '-A wi Nlgqa 5' fs ,z Q R K ' M"-M---.h.,M,,' - LAW xl ELS :X Mr. Harold Howe, II Principal 2 DEDICATION We are grateful and proud to have you as a principal, Mr. Howe. We are grateful for your open-mindedness, for your receptiveness to new ideas. We are grateful, too, because you have shown that you are sincerely interested in us. We are proud to have a man of your ability as our leader - proud, too, that you have faith in us. We, in turn, have faith in you, and only hope that Newton High School will have your leadership for many years to come. To you, Mr. Howe, we dedicate our Newtonian of 1958. 3 s l Q K S gg HEI: an fn. LAYOUT STAFF Susan Duchin, Editor Barry Sidel Barbara Fair Carol Shulman Edjg0f.in-C1,ie Burineu Manager QM ESG Sandra Douglas Lewis 1301211 f 'N ART STAFF Lois Shapiro, Editor Anne Morisson julie Lambert Ruth Evans Suzanne Thierry Y i 1 X D ! I ' lx 4: .3 g fu? , at .S 5 -2 LITERARY STAFF Allan Warsowe, Editor Dick Gordon Allan Paulson Dick Cohen Judy Goldstein Sue Ostroif Carol Goldburg Sue Fessenden Ken Winston BUSINESS STAFF CIRCULATION STAFF David Trilling, Editor Roger Tucker Clare Finard Peggy Zorro Martin Gladstone Bethel Bilezikian, Editor Elaine Remley Howard Shapiro Judy Simone Ernest Glickman Philip Currier , X Y if , F .. it l 1 1 f Q Miss Jane Kelly Art Adoirer Mr. Edwin Little Mr. James R. Silva Faculty Adviror Circulation Advisor 1958 FEATURE STAFF Pat Gravallese, Editor Barbara Halikman Danny Armet Linn Spencer Carol Kurson PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Earle Lane, Editor Harold Metcalf Barry Kantor NEWTONIAN ADVERTISING STAFF Bob Kantar, Edilor Alan Berger Edward Berger Frank Manguso janet Perlmutter Roberta Lirzerman Arlene Sherter Ann Sutherland Judy Becker Victor Berman Barbara Intrilligator Martha Hume Q Q " v as I f. if XX tlfvv bv' N r- - Q15 ,iffvl V n 'fi B if it I COPY STAFF Bruce Swerling, Editor Bonnie Pearlstein Margie Jacobs joan Winetsky Nancy Kaden Myrna Rice 5 ff 3 sp ' o IAS , I Y is in f V l H, rg ' an DATA STAFF Toby Gross, Editor Marsha Wittenberg Beverly Henrich Claire Tevekelian Sandy Goldberg ADMINISTRATION Mr. Raymond Rogers, jr. Axsistant Principal Mr. George A. Neilson, Jr Axsistant Principal M N , ,V I, K W,1,wwmr:52M,,.,A,a4vuqggn1-gm-mgnximmqf .H CLASS ADVISERS Miss Margaret South Senior Clan Adviser Mlss Rachel Johnson Iunior Clan Adviser Mr. Jack Shapiro Sophomore Clan Adviser FACULTY l SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Fin: roux' Mr. Somerville, Miss Lambe, Miss Richmand, Dr. Navez, Mrs. Edwards, Miss Sullivan, Mr. Malone. Second Roux' Mr. Bodman, Mr. Hall, Mr. Verdun, Mr. Goldman, Miss Dupee, Mr. Rist, Mr. Silluzio, Mr. Kesselheim. MECHANICAL DRAWING Mr. Swan, Mr. Knapman. ' S f iii . f Q. BOYS' GYM DEPARTMENT Mr. Smith, Mr. O'Connell, Mr. Gatley, Mr. Poskirr. GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Miss Frazier, Miss Simon, Miss Snodgrass, Miss Flynn, Miss Breivogel, Miss Hall. ART DEPARTMENT Mr. Shultz, Miss Miles, Miss Kelly. MUSIC DEPARTMENT Fzrfl Rou Mr Remley Yemnd Roux' Mr. Doren, Mr. March Mlss beaver Mr Lasker. X, . ., . 1 l :If DRIVER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Mr. Rooney, Mr. Hatch, Mr Arico, Mr. Foley, Mr. Weist, Mr Champagne, Mr. Feeley, Mr Salemme. ,.44' m -gr 3 ,.. .Q , ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Fin! Roux' Miss Leathers, Mrs. Lee, Miss Lee, Miss Rideout, Miss Moulton, Miss Richardson, Miss Kramer, Miss Devane Miss Lanigan, Miss Sanguinetti, Miss Smith, Miss Creedon, Third Roux' Mr, Fischer, Mr. Harris, Mr. Boyle, Mr. Simms Miss Ryan. Second Row: Miss Dunn, Miss Schwartz, Mrs. Mr. Leigh, Mr, Bissex, Mr. Geist, Mr. Gordon, Mr. Cutting Goldstein, Miss Steepe, Miss Nolde, Miss Bixler, Miss Allen, Dr. Sauer, Mr. Harper, Mr. Sobol. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT LIBRARY DEPARTMENT First Roux' Miss johnson, Miss Sweeney, Miss Hood, Mr. Miss StOnehaIn,Mr5. Erskine,MrS.Turnbu11. Steinhope, Miss Twiss, Miss Folley, Miss Altieri. Second Roux' Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Satlak, Mr. Avritch, Mt. Gradone. I0 sf? f-A 'E 1 QQ v I . GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Fin! Rouf: Mr. Steinberger, Miss Mathews, Mr. Mitchell, Miss Firrl Roux' Miss Nardozzi, Miss Chairas, Miss Bates, Miss Allen, Frnnerty, Mt. Lambert. Second Roux' Miss South, Miss Maclntyre, Miss Keeney. Second Roux' Mr. Bailey. Mr. Silver, Mr. Peterson, Mrs. Geishecker, Miss Twiss, Mrs. Sheafe, Miss Hood. Mr. Knapman, Mr. Andrews, Mr. Stephens, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Shapiro. I s LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Fir!! R0142' Miss White, MIS- Newfeldi MiSS Bl1fd0f1, MISS BHIOLQCI- Firrt Row: Mr. Willard, Mr. Shaw, Miss Curry, Mr. Peltier, Miss jian, Miss Devane. Second Roux' Mr. Davis, Mr. Packard, Miss Kalivas, Mr. Sherman, Mr. Dolan. Second Roux' Mr. Ferguson, Waters, Miss Ashley, Miss Hogan, Miss Maverick, Miss COX. Miss Mr. Hybels, Mr. Holmes, Mr. Card, Mr. Gallagher, Mr. Fraktman, jewett, Mr. Ethier, Mr. Little, Mr. Bresnahan. Mr. Batchelder. 'll TEACHER Mort Satirical Mr. Harris Most Collegiate Mr. Harrer Pretlieft Hair Miss Ryan Most School Spmted Mr. Dolan Most U muual Uhix if a complimentj Mr. Karpas Mon Romantic Mr. Goldman Sweeter! Miss Waters Bert Sense of Humor Mr. Peterson Slimmer! Mr. Somerville Bert Liked Notre Prfcepteur Mr. Howe Mr. Little 'I2 SUPERLATIVES .-ai . si IF!! Ill You fpeak like 4 Spmfh "Gefyw1f card ow!" ww!" Miss Simone Mr. Ethier "Lel': all go zioyagingf' Mrs. Goldstein i ,, Qs! ' t L.f-------W "You mental mulget:!" "You muff add 2 and 2 and Mr. Knapman get 4.5" Dr. Navez "Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!" Mr. Sanborn "How many heard that?" "I ure the Jelective Jenfice Mr. Hall Jy:tem". Mr. Harns "-'1 ., . Lnigigta' , -' , '- Q -11' it FI' u.,,.,..w . 3- 7 .N- 'C "In my humble opinion" "1'llgo on my pemion Mr. Holmes tomorrou'!" 13 Mr. Packard X., i SENICDRS rx And so the Ylger speaks- -T8 ' AOPA CLAUDIA AARONS 1035 Centre St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To be at the end of the alphabet I Will to N. H. S.: All my care- fully taken history and biology notes I: Weeks: College Legislature 2: Home Room Man- ager I: Newtonite 2: Rally Com- mittee 1: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Office Work 2: Latin Club l, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3. ELLEN LEE ABEND 32 Olde Field Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Watching the ianitors raise the flag at 7:15 I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers as great as Mr. Karpas I: Weeks: College Newtonite 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 3: Ushers 1: Drama Club 1, 2: French Club 2: Latin Club 1, 2, 3. fi JUDITH ANN ABELSON 160 Varick Rd., Waban Judy +Suppressed Desire: To get thru the tunnels alive on rainy days I Will to N. H. S.: More Teachers like Mr. Karpas II: Warren: College Stage Crew 1: French Club 3: International Club 3: Music Club 1, 3. .., v -1 1 3- f X. X MARIE THERESE ADAM 286 Highland Ave., West Newton M. T. A. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the blasts we've had down the Cape and the Gremlin parties I Will to N. H. S.: My bulletin delivery services to Willie II: Warren: College Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Anti-Smoking Committee 2, 3: Ushers 1, 2, 3: Tri Hy Y: Field Hockey 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Art Club 1, 2, 3: RICHARD EAGER ADAMS 10 Myrtle St., Auburndale Ricky Favorite Pastime: Weekend "Newton Plans" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The many blasts at Bunyon's I: Warren: College Legislature 1, 3: Finance Board 3: Orange Shield 3: Associates' Treasurer 3: Hi-Y 2: Boys' Chorus 33 Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3. JOEL WILLIAM ADELSON 23 Dickerman Rd., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To graduate Favorite Pastime: Listening to Mr. Peterson's "are you with me" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Elm Road at 2:40 p. m. - inhaling the exhaust I Will to N. H. S.: Building IV - an indoor parking lot I: Weeks: College Debating Club 3: Science Club 3: Physics Club 3. JAMES DANIEL ALBERT 85 Montvale Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To see Smitty do 10 push-ups Favorite Pastime: Cars, Girls, and Thinking Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My post graduate course at Newton High I Will to N. H. S.: The next four A's II: Weeks: College Ice Hockey 2, 3: Music Club 3. WOLDEMAR OTTO ALETTER 22 Perkins St., West Newton Waldi II: Warren: College BARBARA ANN ALLEN 137 Oakligh Rd., Newton Barbie Favorite Pastime: Baby Sitting: T. V. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mrs. Huss who has helped me in my work IIIB: Bigelow: Business Home Eonomics Club 3. DOROTHY ALLEN 93 Hicks St., West Newton Dotty, Dot Suppressed Desire: To get that certain someone I Will to N. H. S.: My Cousin IV: Warren: Business Tigerama Committee 3. are .sw . sugllsfiiiissffil as 5.5 .3gr,f.,q .gr l . ,,.. , Q is straw , . 2.39213 se K if st W 3 We .ig-f Q, fi rim. " S535-1 3' X if-eafgtax ., sgkgagg, , X3.. R DANIEL ARNOLD ALPERIN 34 Solon St., Newton Highlands Danny Suppressed Desire: To ride my motorbike around the locker room Favorite Pastime: Watching all the girls go by Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Going up the wrong stairway after C lunch I Will to N. H. S.: My 1940 Oldsmobile for Drivers Ed. II: Weeks: College Outdoor Track 2, 3: Rifle Club 1, 2, 3. JEREMY ETHAN ALPERIN 950 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre JCHY Suppressed Desire: To have the toothpick and dental floss conces- sion in the library Favorite Pastime: Counting Slim's freckles Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Eat- ing in the library I Will to N. H. S.: Comfortable chairs in 2308 I: Weeks: College Motion Picture Squad 2, 3: Mathe- matics Club 2, 3: Meteorology Club 1, 2, 3: School Exchange 3. GAIL FRANCES ALTER 26 Westchester Rd., Newton FluEy Fondest Memoroy of N. H. S.: March 2, 1957 and all the good times that followed I Will to N. H. S.: Friends and experiences as great as mine II: Bigelow: College Newtonite 2: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: English Club 3: French Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 3. STEVEN JOEL ANDELMAN 129 Oakdale Rd., Newton Highlands Favorite Pastime: Playing the study halls I Will to N. H. S.: More corners on Walnut and Elm Rd. I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 2: Dance Committee 2: Motion Picture Squad 1: Aviation Club 2: Hunt- ing and Fishing Club 1: Mathe- matics Club 3. JEAN MARY ANDERER 496 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls Jeannie Suppressed Desire: To graduate from "The O. M. K. Club" before I'm in it permanently Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year and all the fun I had I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Karpas IV: Warren: College Golf 3: Tennis 2: Archery 2. LOIS DIANE ANDERSON 39 LaFayette Rd., Newton Lower Falls Suppressed Desire: To park a car parallel just once Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Pittsburgh Exchange, the football games, and J. M. I: Warren: College School Exchange 2: Orange Book 2: Rally Committee 3: Dance Committee 1, 2: Sophomore Class Representative 1: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 2: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Cavalry 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1. RITA HARRIET ANDLER 20 Mandalay Rd., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: My frequent visits with Marty to Ho-Jo So's 8: Ho-Jo C. C's I Will to N. H. S.: The gaiety and the spirit of the senior class II: Bigelow: College Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Ves- pers 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee 1: Ushers 1, 3: Softball 3: Volley Ball 3: French Club 1, 2: Home Economics Club 3: X . . .-., . 1,8 : V- T25 . Y 2. g. . ff Q si? ss CHRISTINE AMELIA ANNESE 121 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Chris, Tina Suppressed Desire: No comment Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: junior year in 218 I Will to N. H. S.: More English teachers like Miss Miles II: Day: College go- . X.. E. it au.. JOAN PAYE ANDLER 39 Ballard St., Newton Centre Joni Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being the last of the nine to get in? Lois' Ford every morning at 7: 5 I Will to N. H. S.: An enormous soundproof oflice on the first floor of Building I with private phone, new typewriters and a full time J. M. H. for Mr. I-Iarrer I: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 1: New- tonite 1, Assignment Editor 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Ushers 1: Office Help 3: Golf 3: Drama Club 2, 3: English Club 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Mathematics 1: Music Club 2, 3: Orchesis 1: Spanish Club 3. PHYLLIS BARBARA ANDLER 116 Mandalay Rd., Newton Centre "Phyl" Suppressed Desire: To put colored pictures in the Newtonite Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those last period studies in my senior year I: Bigelow: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Legislature 3: Home Room Man- ager 1: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Dance Commit- tee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 1: Newtonite 2, 3: Newtonite, Art Editor 2, 3: Receptionist of 314 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 3: English Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Mathematics Club 1: Music Club 2, 3. Exciting! Stupendous! Colossal! LEON RALPH APTERS 47 Clark St., Newton Centre Leo Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being 4 years in Building I, 2 years in room 111 I Will to N. H. S.: A book of a hundred pages showing the escape routes out of the lunch room II: Solomon Lewenberg High, Dorchester: College CLARA LUCY ARCURI 257 Webster St., Auburndale Claira Suppressed Desire: To get mar- tied Favorite Pastime: Going through trade school Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Senior year in 218 I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mrs. Huss IV: Warren: Business Tennis: Badminton. JOHN DONALD ARDNINO 53 White Ave., Newton Centre John Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The bell schedule for lunch I Will to N. H. S.: An assistant for the Radio Shop IIIA: Weeks: Business DANIEL JOSEPH ARMET 448 Ward St., Newton Centre Danny Suppressed Desire: To know the names of all the students Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Everyone and everything I: Weeks: College Legislature 1, 2: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Class Committee 2, 3: P.T.S.A. Board of Directors 1: P.T.S.A. Steering Committee 2: P.T.S.A. Character Develop- ment Committee 2: Chairman of the Class Ring Committee 2: Out- door Track 1: International Club 3: Science Club 1: Physics Club 3. Mere dreams o my commg sophomore year RICHARD ARMSTRONG 79 Border St., West Newton Dick, Dugan Favorite Pastime: Sports, being with Penny I Will to N. H. S.: A private- eye for Mr. Sanborn IV: Warren: Business Baseball 1, 2: Football 1, 2, 33 Outdoor Track 3. ELAINE MARIE ARSENAULT 160 Lexington St., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To get Frankie Favorite Pastime: Eating lunch in S-Block Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: junior year in 218 I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Gradone IV: Warren: Business JANET MARIE ARSENAULT 213 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands Jan Suppressed Desire: To have a homeroom in Bldg. 5 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Harris II: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 2: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 35 Ush- ers 1: Office Assistant 2: Tennis 1, 2: Archery 2: Badminton 1: Outing Club 2. RICHARD EDWARD ASHERMAN 676 Dedham St., Newton Centre Dick Suppressed Desire: To blow up Building I with Dynamic tension Favorite Pastime: Peeling OH from N. H. S. at 2:30 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Barbara I Will to N. H. S.: A good heat- ing system II: Weeks: College Ushers 2: Football 1: Intramural Sports 1, 3: Music Club 3. PAUL FRANCIS ATKINSON 56 Bennington St., Newton Corner Suppressed Desire: To see "Duz" do everything Favorite Pastime: Speaking Span- ish I: Bigelow: College Newtonian 2: Vespers 2, 33 Boys' Chorus 1: Glee Club 1: A Capella Choir 2, 33 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Intra- mural Sports 1: Spanish Club 3. FRANCES NIVIN ATWELL 21 Carver Rd., Newton Highlands Fran Favorite Pastime: Hmmmrnl I Will to N. H. S.: An escalator for Building I Senior Play 3: Drama Club 1, 2, - .35 B X I PHYLLIS JOYCE AVERBUCK 53 Bonad Rd., West Newton Phyl Suppressed Desire: Eating break- fast before school Fondesr Memory of N. H. S.: Day I skipped school with Al, Judy, Bernie, and Sandy IIg Warren, College Girls' Chorus 1: Newtonite 3: Music Club 1, 25 Future Teachers Club 3. LAWRENCE JAMES BABBITT 21 Columbine Rd., Newton Centre Larry Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My first day in Newton High School after transferring from Brookline High I Will to N. H. S.: More history teachers like Mr. Harris II, Brookline High, Brookline, College Basketball 33 Tennis 3: Camera Club 33 Drama Club 35 Spanish Club 3. JAMES KEVIN BACHMANN 1484 Beacon St., Waban Jim Suppressed Desire: To leave the lunchroom before the bell Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Geist's quick quips I Will to N. H. S.: All the pen- cils, rulers, and pens I've "tem- porarily misplaced" Ig Warren, College Home Room Manager 3: Orange Shield 3, Intramural Sports 2, 35 Spanish Club 3. BEVERLY LEE BAER 16 Avondale Rd., Newton Centre Bev, Bevy Favorite Pastime: Getting togeth- er with the kids Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: History in 2204 II: Bigelow: College Newtonite 1, Spring Musical 2, 3: Vespers 2, 33 Ushers 35 A Ca- pella Choir 1, 2, 33 Future Teach- ers Club 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 3g School Exchange 3. DONALD VINTON BAKER 17 Lee Rd., Chestnut Hill Terry Suppressed Desire: Joanne Favorite Pastime: Hot rods Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The friends I hope I made Ig Middlesex School, Bostong Col- lege Music Club 2, 3. LOIS JUDITH BASS 80 Park St., Brookline Favorite Pastime: Trying to find a parking space in front of N. H. S. at 8:00 A.M. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Jewett's Latin I-2 and I-4 classes Ig Weeks, College Home Room Manager 3, Senior Play 33 Rally Committee 2, 33 Ushers 19 Newtonite 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, Tennis 2, 3, Field Hockey 1, French Club 2, Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1. M.. Instead N H S was a mass of confusion JUDITH MYRA BASSEN 128 Warren Sr., Newton Centre Judy Suppressed Desire: To find a Harry Favorite Pastime: "Duble trouble" Ig Weeks: College Newtonite 2, 33 Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Sophomore Girls' Chorus 1g Basketball 1, Golf lg Softball 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 39 Drama Club lg French Club 2, 35 Music Club 1. ow. Lv WILLIAM GERALD BAUMANN 13 Dartmouth St., Waltham Bill Suppressed Desire: To make F a passing mark I Will to N. H. S.: My old solder- ing iron IIIA: South Jr. High, Waltham, College BARBARA CATHERINE BEAL 8 Washington Ter., Newtonville Barb Suppressed Desire: To get mar- ried and have twenty-two children Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My senior year I Will to N. H. S.: More of "them" like Miss Creedon II, Day, College Tigerama Committee 3, Rally Committee 39 Ushers 33 Outing Club 3. JUDITH CAROLYN BECKER 24 Leewood Rd., Newton Highlands Judie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Posez le baggage partir, s'il vous plaitf' I Will to N. H. S.: "Unchained Melody!!" I3 Weeks, College Newtonian 3, Orange Book ' Rally Committee 2: Ushers 1, 3: Basketball 1, 2, Softball ' Drama Club 1, Music Club 2, 2, 2. 2 3 Seniors trampled me to death, MARTIN JOEL BECKWITH 17 Bruce Lane, Newton Marty Suppressed Desire: To clear that magic 7' mark I Will to N. H. S.: More of Mr. Boyle's famous workouts Ig Bigelow: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Legislature 3: Orange Shield 3: School Exchange 2: Concert Band 1: Track, Indoor 1, 2, Captain 3: Track, Outdoor l, 2, 3: Football 1. MARGARET ANNE BELL 34 Foster St., Newtonville Mlggv Suppressed Desire: To graduate Favorite Pastime: Johnny Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The riots in 2312 I Will to N. H. S.: New gym suits for the boys Ig Day: College Ki. . . V, it 7 ., . t.. :Lf if.. - 'isizfflfisia e 3 if V HQTQYJ- ggsfifthr f 2- ' iigfia. be :f f N 'f ' 85, 5 555 REINIER BEEUWKES, III 123 Sargent St., Newton Favorite Pastime: Doing what I wouldn't be doing if anyone knew I was doing it I: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 2: School Exchange 2: Drama Board 3: Drama Festival 1, 2: Science Fair 2, 3: Football, Manager 1, 2: Var- sity Manager 3: Chemistry Club 2: Radio Club lg Rifle Club 1. FREDERICK JOHN BEMIS 335 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Fred Suppressed Desire: Assignment to an atomic submarine Favorite Pastime: U. S. Navy Re- serve Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Riding in the early bus with Kathy I Will to N. H. S.: Someone else to run the trade school projector IIIA: Weeks: Service Civics Board 3: Administrative Aide 1, Captain 2, Senior Advisor 3. STEPHEN JOHN BENNETT 88 High St., Newton Upper Falls Reba, Steve, Stevie, Ben Suppressed Desire: To walk up the steps to 23F without falling Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the fun with the boys in the radio shop IIIA: Weeks: Service MARK EDWARD BERENSON 288 Homer St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To make as many wonderful friends and have as many great teachers CML Har- rer and Mr. Hallj in college as I have had at N. H. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My sister I: Weeks: College Orange Shield 3: Newtonite 2, Sports Editor 3: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Camera Club 2: French Club 2: Science Club 1. MARSHA ELLEN BERESEN 7 Shornecliffe Rd., Newton Mish Favorite Pastime: Going home in a crowded convertible Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The smoke-filled car at 7:55 I: Bigelow: College Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Spring Musi- cal 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2: Studio 2: Art Club lg Drama Club 1, 2, 39 Music Club 1, 2. JERALDINE CABOT BEREST 1190 Boylston St., Newton Upper Falls Jerry Suppressed Desire: To be a nurse Fondest Memory of N . H. S.: My junior year I Will to N. H. S.: My "machine gun" to Mr. Silva II: Weeks: College Spring Musical 1, 2, 35 Vespers 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Ollice Work 35 Music Club 2, 3. RONNIE STANLEY BERG 143 Oakdale Rd., Newton Highlands Reggie, Ronnie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mrs. Ford's Math 15 class I Will to N. H. S.: Good food I: Weeks: College Intramural Sports 1, 2: Aviation Club 1. ALAN SAUL BERGER 124 Walnut Hill Rd., Newton Highlands Al Fondest Memory of N H. S.: "Mama" Goldstein's I-2A class I Will to N. H. S.: A sophomore class increasing in a geometric progression I: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 3: Dance Committee 3: International Club 1: Mathematics Club 2, 3: Music Club 31 Rifle Club 1: School Ex- change 3. -s,....:-t ws- - f 550 f s 1-vu.. 1. gg, .:.-F, Q My 4 as , . 4 s . ge 5 , K. 5. :,g5g,.:ij' ., 'il . , YQETQF-:Eels t . s at we 55 SX X S ,li s S 's 5 X si A l ,X is . ... X 1 N :lr X 5 s K lt x w Nl s .t 'f i is E ,.. X. ts. t .N . is . .. Q Ns. . Fu I-N ..,. .., -1- -f 1. is . r . s i ' :'t- f 2 W . R4 . , s.- . ,,s,.,,i1,'Q. - ' - - '35 5443 x Qi. Q ifflli - is' 9.2.:'.'+:-.E-,sf ij? EDWARD BERGER 28 Hyde St., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To park in front of Building I Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Running from 2312 to 144 I, Weeks, College Orange Shield 3, Newtonian 3, Orange Book, Business Manager 3, Tigerama Committee 1, Dance Committee 1, 2, Mathematics Club 2, School Exchange 3. MYRNA LEE BERISH 21 Deborah Rd., Newton Centre Myrns Suppressed Desire: To be a com- mercial artist Favorite Pastime: "Living it up" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year I Will to N. H. S.: My parking space I, Weeks, College Rally Committee 1, Leader Corps 2, Bowling 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2. GLORIA SHEILA BERK 25 Bruce Lane, Newton Glo Favorite Pastime: My S-Block crush Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The great times in 116 and 219 I Will to N. H. S.: My parking space I, Bigelow, College Legislature 3, Spring Musical 2, Rally Committee 3, Vespers 1, 2, 3, A Capella Choir, Tennis 3, French Club 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3. VICTOR LOUIS BERMAN 424 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Passing from the fourth Hoot of Building I to the third Hoot of Building II I Will to N. H. S.: The chairs in Doctor Navez's physiology lab I, Weeks, College Newtonian 3, Newtonite 2, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, Ushers 2, International Club 1, 2, 3. DAVID PHILIP BERNSTEIN 11 Chester St., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To have 11 o'clock lunch period every day I Will to N. H. S.: More Home Room "Wardens" like Miss John- son Il, Weeks, College Baseball 1, Basketball 1, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3, International Club 1, Music Club I, 2, 3. MALCOLM EUGENE BESSOM 130 Randlett Pk., West Newton Mack, Mal Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Jammin' on the band bus I Will to N. H. S.: The complete works of Lennie Bernstein for use in the Music Appreciation and Theory classes I, Day, College Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Music Festival 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, A Capella Choir 2, 3, Vespers 2, 3, Motion Picture Squad 1, Music Club 1, 2, Coordinator 3. MARTIN RICHARD BIALOW 54 Park St., Newton Corner Marty, Smoothie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Chemistry with Mr. Hall I Will to N. H. S.: Food for D lunch I, Shenandoah Jr. High, Miami, Florida, College Legislature 2, Civics Committee 3, Newtonite 3: Chemistry Club 2, 3, International Club 1, Math- ematics Club 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3. K' LOUISE PAULINE BIANCHI ll Faxon St., Newton I'll never tell Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Newton-Waltham game of 1957 I Will to N. H. S.: Stilts for the Sophs II, Day, College Newtonite 1, 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 2, Sping Musical 1, Rally Committee 1, 3, Dance Committee 2, Ushers 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Treasurer 1, Chaplain 2, 3, Outing Club 3, Softball 1. ARLENE JOAN BIALSKY 48 Maynard St., West Newton Favorite Pastime: Going steady with Nat, going double with Rob- erta and Dick Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Honor Study with Carol Kaufman in 2107 I, Bigelow, College Legislature 31 Senior Play 3: Leader Corps 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee 3, Honor Study 2, Basket- ball 2, Field Hockey 2, Softball 2, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, Bowling Captain 2, 3, English Club 1, 2, 2 ELAINE DOROTHY BIKAS 15 Placid Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: Executive Sec- retary Favorite Pastime: Oil painting Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The tie-ups going from building to building IV, Weeks, College Intramural Sports. tried to sell me elevator tickets, P- Q BETHEL MARIE BILEZIKIAN 474 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To get a penny for every word I have written for history homework Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The pebbles at Deer Island, Broken test tubes in J. C. Hall's Chemis- try Lab. I, Day, College National Honor Society 2, 33 Legislature 1, 2, 3, Newtonian, Business Editor 3, Leader Corps 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3 5 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, P.T.S.A. Board of Direc- tors 3, Dance Committee 2, Leg- islature Exchange 1, 2, P.T.S.A. Membership Committee 2, Chem- istry Club 2, 3, Music Club 1, it ii 'fe WALTER G. BILLINGS 19 Indiana Ter., Newton Upper Falls Doc Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The boys of the print shop I Will to N. H. S.: My little black book of "friends" IIIA, Weeks, Service Football 1. WALLACE EDWARD BLACKWOOD 18 Whitlowe Rd., West Newton Wally Suppressed Desire: To meet Mr. Lasker's boy Lenny Favorite Pastime: Wondering if I'm going to get into college Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All, New England Chorus in my soph- omore year II, Warren, College All New England Chorus 1, Or- chestra 1, 2, 3, Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Spring Musical 1, 2, Anti- Smoking Committee 1, 2, 3, Music Club 2, 3. BARBARA BLAKE 47 Paul St., Newton Centre Barb, Barbie, Blakey Favorite Pastime: That Marine Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day "Gus" stole the football II, Weeks, College Rally Committee 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Treasurer 3 5 Oiiice Work 3. and directed me to the wrong gym. STEPHEN BLANKINSHIP 77 Court St., Newtonville Steve Favorite Pastime: Deep sea fish- ing IIIA, Day, Service Administrative Aide. JOEL DAVID BLEIWAS 21 Sycamone Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To take Jerry Baker's Ford in a drag Favorite Pastime: Eating during S block Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The 2:30 rush to the car I Will to N. H. S.: My after school spot on the corner I, Weeks, College International Club 3. DONALD WARREN BLISS 157 Concord St., Holliston Don Suppressed Desire: To be the author of a new code book Favorite Pastime: Studying my code book Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Tuesdays in 22E I Will to N. H. S.: My code book IIIA, Holliston High, Holliston, Service DAVID ARTHUR BLOMBERG 66 Stratford Rd., West Newton Dave Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Getting up at 5:00 A. M. for hockey practice I Will to N. H. S.: All my broken hockey sticks and old hockey gloves I, Warren, College Class Committee 1, Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, Track, Outdoor 2, 3, In- tramural Sports 3. RICHARD JOHN BOARDMAN 53 Thurston Rd., Newton Upper Falls Dick Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Hall's chemistry classes I Will to N. H. S.: Old Newton- ite negatives I, Weeks, College Legislature 3, Newtonite 2, Sen- ior Play 33 Spring Musical 2, Vespers 3, Camera Club 2, Debat- ing Club 1. LEWIS BOLAN 5 Beverly Rd., Newton Highlands Favorite Pastime: Censoring Sen- ior Data Sheets Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Senior year I Will to N. H. S.: My key to the Newtonian strong box I, Weeks, College Business Manager of the Newton- ian 3, Newtonite 2, Rally Com- mittee 2g Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, Ushers 2, English Club 1, 3, International Club 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 3. . x r ,Q 4 K' e ' K x 5 Nxt! 3 :Y .P 5 - . . il-N Ns' ' . ' . s . s.. . 3 I I I fii?fi:1f.15. -:Sz-tgp' .xssgff . iss. if 1 X ' - .ii+s1.-'s'- if 5 f if. ' M:-l53f2i',iz5'sfi12.... . as . 'SX i . rests JUDITH SUSAN BORAKS 17 Montrose St., Newton Judy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The lirst day l Will to N. H. S.: A Tunnel be- tween Building I and Building II II: Brookline High School, Brook- line Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club 3: Spanish Club 3. SANDRA H. BOTZIN 176 East Side Pky, Newton Sandy, Sam, "B-B-B-" Suppressed Desire: To go back to the "Embers" with Midge to see "Sully" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year in H. R. 2101: Scott's lunches II: Bigelow: College Rally Committee 2: P.T.S.A. 1: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Senior Play Committee 3: French Club 2: Music Club 1, 2: Orchesis 1: Out- ing Club 1. JULIE ANNE BOUDREAU 153 Hancock St., Auburndale Jul, Boudy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The great time I had in my junior year I Will to N. H. S.: A new home- room of "mental midgets" for Mr. Knapman every year II: Warren: Business Dance Committee 2: Tennis 3: French Club 1: Music Club 1: Outing Club 2, 3. RICHARD LEO BOUDROT 57 Eddy St., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To come back to home room and eat lunch I Will to N. H. S.: The wrong answers to Mr. Brawn's science tests IIIA: Day: Service BARBARA ANN BOYLE 926 Dedham St., Newton Centre Barb, Barbie Suppressed Desire: To be a bear so I could hibernate during the school months Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Doing homework between 11 p. m. 8: 12 p. m. on Sunday nights I Will to N. H. S.: lunch I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 3: Orange Shield 3: Dance Committee 1, 2: Class Committee 2: Basketball 1, 2, 33 Archery 2, 39 Softball 1, 2, 3: Volley Ball 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Cavalry Club 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 3. SUSAN DAVIS BRASH 15 Alden St., Newton Centre Sue Favorite Pastime: Going to par- ties Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year I Will to N. H. S.: My toy tiger II: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 2: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 33 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3. My school spirit zhcreased PRISCILLA A. BREIL 26 Richardson St., Newton Priss-e Suppressed Desire: To be a suc- cess in the business world Favorite Pastime: Seeing certain persons while in Hingham Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My sophomore year II: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 2. LEO RICHARD BREITMAN 83 Redwood Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To have every- one in N. H. S. call Gene Fritz Tab Hunter Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Getting to school at 8:05 and having to park on Cabot St. I Will to N. H. S.: My parking space on Cabot St. I: Weeks: College Tennis 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1: International Club 3. GEORGE PAUL BRENT 36 Hamlin Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: J. C. I Will to N. H. S.: Its loyal staff I: Solomon Lewenberg, Dorches- ter: College Home Room Manager 1: Dance Committee 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 1: In- ternational Club 3: Music Club 2: Rifle Club 1: Spanish Club 3. WILLOUGHBY SCOTT BRENT 50 Taft Ave., West Newton Favorite Pastime: Running track Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The lunches that I didn't eat in my junior year fthanks to Sandyj II:'Day: College Class Committee 3: Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3: Track, Cross Country 3. i as I jozhed the legislature, SUSAN BRESNICK 76 Cotton St., Newton Sue Suppressed Desire: To go to col- lege Favorite Pastime: Music, reading, theatre I, Bigelow, College English Club 1, Future Teachers Club 1, International Club 1, 2. JOHN WARREN BROCKMAN 11 Sunhill Lane, Newton Centre J. B. Suppressed Desire: To get an A in English Favorite Pastime: Waiting for the 2:30 bell Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior home room I Will to N. H. S.: A new Build- ing I I5 Weeks, College Music Club 1, 2, 3. DAVID MICHAEL BROWN 33 Wesley St., Newton Dave Suppressed Desire: To cut a class Favorite Pastime: Loafing Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: An all girl French IV class II, Plymouth High, Plymouth, N. H.: College Spring Musical 2, Debating Club 2, 35 French Club 35 Music Club 2, 35 Rifle Club 3. 4 ELIZABETH PAULINE BROWN 11 Vineyard Rd., Newton Centre Liz, Liz-beth Favorite Pastime: Writing 8: re- ceiving letters Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Sullivan's Biology class I Will to N. H. S.: Mr. Bailey's easy C?J math tests II, Weeks, College Orange Shield 3, Rally Commit- tee 2, 35 Leader Corps 1, 2, Ush- ers 1, 2, Soph Hop Hospitality 2, Spring Musical 2, Music Club 1, 35 Outing Club 3, School Ex- change 3. JUDITH ELAINE BROWN 248 Tremont St., Newton Judy,jeb Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Doing chemistry in my junior year, 3 P. M. and 3 A. M. I Will to N. H. S.: All ten of my ex-math teachers I, Bigelow, College Newtonian 3, Tigerama Commit- tee, Rally Committee 3, Dance Committee 2, Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, Girls' Chorus 1, Basketball 1, Softball 1, 35 Volley Ball 35 Chemistry Club 35 Music Club 2, 35 Outing Club 3. BARBARA RAMSAY BRUCE 193 Fuller St., West Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "the cheers" II, Warren, College Legislature 35 Orange Shield 2, 3, Spring Musical 1, Rally Com- mittee 1, Cheer Leaders 2, Head 3, Vespers 2, 35 Dance Commit- tee 1, 2, Associates Council 2, Secretary of Associates 35 Class Committee 1, A Capella Choir 1, 2, 35 Drama Club 1, Music Club 1, 2, 35 Orchesis 1. NEIL McDOUGAL BUCHANAN 60 Ramsdell St., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: It's a secret Favorite Pastime: Sports, walking to Building I when my class is in Building II Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My sophmore year and my little pal II, Weeks, College Spring Musical 2, Ushers 1, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3g Ice Hockey 35 Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 2, 3. CYNTHIA BARBARA BULLOCK 33 Risley Rd., West Newton Candy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Newton's day at Wingersheck, Marion's 10:00 curfew I, Warren, College Legislature 1, 2, Newtonite 1, Drama Festival 2, Rally Commit- tee 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee l, 2, 35 Stage Crew 35 Ushers 1, Student Concert 3, Golf 2, Ten- nis 35 Archery 3, Debating Club 2, 35 Drama Club 1, 3, Future Teachers Club 1, 3, International Club 35 Library 1, Music Club 1, 2, 33 Orchesis 1, 2. JAMES RUSSELL BURKE 124 High St., Newton Upper Falls jimmy, Burkie Suppressed Desire: To have Miss Titcomb for French again Favorite Pastime: Cutting classes Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My three years at N. H. S. I Will to N. H. S.: My Senior year II, Weeks, College Golf 1, Captain 2, 3. PAUL JOSEPH BURKE 136 Madison Ave., Watertown Suppressed Desire: To build a rod or custom Favorite Pastime: The Christmas parties for the print shop Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The ll 130 coffee breaks down the Lin- coln I Will to N. H. S.: My hot '48 Dodge IIIA, West Junior High, Water- town, Service 5 l fi ,fi . I . Blilr i....:'in. s?s.:s?Eii:e :ig 'mag 21 . 3 ROBERT LOVELAND BURROW 26 Normandy Rd., Auburndale Bob, Red Suppressed Desire: To go back to Oregon Favorite Pastime: Driving the M. G. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Arguing with Calvert I Will to N. H. S.: Some spirit I: Waltham High, Waltham: Col- lege Home Room Manager 3: Intra- mural Sports 3: Music Club 2, 3. NANCY JEAN BUTLER 73 Halcyon Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To foul up a certain cyclotron Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Goldman's chem class I: Weeks: College Rally Committee: Dance Com- mittee: Badminton: Drama Club: Music Club: Orchesis. MICHAEL AARON BUTTER 67 Prentice Rd., Newton Centre Mike, Butts Favorite Pastime: Women, Ladies, and Girls Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The many wonderful and sincere friends I've made in my three years at N. H. S. I Will to N. H. S.: An Elvis Presley album for Mr. Lasker II: Bigelow: College Science Fair: Golf 3: Tennis 2, 3: Badminton 3: Intramural Sports 2, 33 Music Club 3. STEPHEN HERSCHEL BUTTER 67 Prentice Rd., Newton Centre Stephen, Butts Suppressed Desire: To go to Heaven Favorite Pastime: Wine, Women, and Song Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Football games, Tigerama, passing between classes and all my friends what have influenced my life II: Bigelow: College Legislature 3: Tennis 2, 3: Bad- minton 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3. RUTH ESTHER BUTTERFIELD 84 Adella Ave., West Newton Ruthie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The exchange: graduation I: Warren: College Legislature I, 2: Civics Commit- tee 2, 3: Finance Board 2, 3: School Exchange 2: Newtonite 2, 33 Orange Book 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, Basketball Chair- man 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 2, Assistant Chair- man 3: Class Treasurer 1, 3: Mass. Girls' State: Jr. Prom Chairman: Class Committee 1, 2, 3: Ameri- can Field Service 2, 3: Orchestra I, 3: Madrigal Group 3: A Ca- pella Choir 2, 3. JAMES THOMAS CALF IIA Faxon St., Nonantum "MooMoo" Favorite Pastime: Fixing radios and T. V.'s: sports Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Radio Shop IIIA: Day: Business .f-ea s Q i .. 9 . ISABEL LOUISE CALLAHAN 24 Bowdoin St., Newton Highlands Boots Suppressed Desire: To have Coke breaks during S-Block Favorite Pastime: Chemistry with Mr. Hall in my junior year Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My three years with Linda II: Weeks: College Studio Art Group 2, 35 Art Club, Secretary 2: French Club 2: Per- sonality Club 3. ROBERT ELLIS CALVERT 4 Windermere Rd., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To climb a mountain Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Study Hall in the cafe A 2-4: Bas- ketball games I Will to N. H. S.: A crowd for the basketball games I: Warren: College Orange Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2: Boys' Athletic Board 2: Class President 3: Class Vice President 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL M. CALLANDER 139 Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville Bun Suppressed Desire: To go up and over my future goal Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The old man's vacations II: Warren: College Executive Committee: Home Room Manager: Class Treasurer 2: Baseball I: Football 1, 2, 3: Track, Indoor 2, 3: Track, Out- door 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2. 1 at LINDA N. CAMPBELL 172 Washington St., Newton Suppressed Desire: To suppress my desires Favorite Pastime: Walking thru the tunnels Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My three years with Boots I Will to N. H. S.: My sister Susan II: Bigelow: College Tennis: Archery. the Basket Weaving Society: -f t, 1 Z A .,. . . 9- X PETER JOSEPH CAMERON 11 Newland St., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To get my pilot's license II: Warren: College Vespers: A Capella Choir 1, 2: Aviation Club. JEANNETTE MARIE CAPASSO 67 Rangeley Rd., West Newton Jean Suppressed Desire: To take all of the showers out of the gym Favorite Pastime: Records Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Gradone's speeches in bookkeep- ing I Will to N. H. S.: My ten nieces and nephews IV: Warren: Business ROBERT F. CANN 72 Taft Ave., West Newton Bob Suppressed Desire: To crash out of the big house Favorite Pastime: Watchin' all the girls go by IIIA: Warren: Service Radio Club. . .. Q . .-' .1 , LQ A i ,sgkyi NANCY ELIZABETH CARR 15 Carter St., Newtonville Red Suppressed Desire: To have J. A. quiet for five minutes Favorite Pastime: Going out after work with the kids Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: A longer lunch period IV: Day: Business Newtonian 1: Rally Committee 3. the class committee, JOHN ANTHONY CARUSO 14 Mague Pl., West Newton Johnnie Suppressed Desire: To enter the service after graduation Favorite Pastime: Arguing with my math teacher, Mr. Houle IIIA: Warren: Service ROGER PHILLIP CARUSO 303 Boyleston St., Newton Centre Rog Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being in the same classes with Kivie for 3 years I Will to N. H. S.: A new ther- mos bottle for Mr. Willard IV: Weeks: College Boys' Chorus 2, 3. BRENDA JOYCE CASTLE 38 Stearns St., Newton Centre Bren Favorite Pastime: Waiting for 8: writing long letters Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Blue Sundays with Margie I: Weeks: College Legislature l, 2: Newtonite 2: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: English Club 1: French Club 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3. JOHN V. CATERINO 76 Lexington St., Auburndale Cat Suppressed Desire: To get our of school and to join the service Fondest Memory of N. H. 'S.: Getting to school at 7:30 to get the first parking place I Will to N. H. S.: All my blue cards IIIA: Warren: Service RONALD D. CEDERGREN 27 Indiana Terr., Newton Upper Falls Ron, Ceder Suppressed Desire: To find out those secrets at Newfound Lake Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My picture in the window at Loring's Studio I Will to N. H. S.: Longer lunch periods for those of us who like to eat I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 2: Football 1, 2, 3. JOHN HENRY CENDROSKI 12 Gordon Terr., Newton Corner Suppressed Desire: To get an "A" in Science Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Drury's Drafting Classes IIIA: St. Patrick's High, Water- town: Business ssel ffs . ' - as-1 .Ass stef.-I-:rar-as . . .. M .X '- 1 r 1 S f e 1 . . e , 5 1 gi , L: E g ,.y.v ,fill Q7 Q K if 1' 5 ' I' I 1 A ...E t fi .25 ff f if LEWIS JOHN CERASOLI 80 Maplewood Ave., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To Rubberize Elm Rd. Favorite Pastime: Trouble Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Late to class slip I Will to N. H. S.: My parking space II: Weeks: College NICK HERMAN CHARNEY 288 Prince St., West Newton Nick Suppressed Desire: To skip school Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My suppressed desire was unsuppress- able I: Princeton High School: College Tennis 2, 3: Chemistry Club 2. BENJAMIN OTIS CHASE 33 Harrison St., Newton Highlands Favorite Pastime: Visiting Guid- ance Counselors Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. P's cafeteria I: Weeks: College Baseball 1: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 33 German Club 2, 3. VINCENT JOSEPH CIRILANO 892 Chestnut St., Waban Vinnie Suppressed Desire: To get all A's Favorite Pastime: Eating lunch in S-Block II: Weeks: College Intramural Sports 3: Aviation Club 1. MARILYN JOAN CLAPPER 111 Eliot Ave., West Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Fighting the tide on the Building I stairs I Will to N. H. S.: All the sore throats I got cheering at football games I: Day: College Civics Committee 35 Home Room Manager 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2: Dance Committee 1, 2: Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. BENJAMIN STANLEY CLARK 89 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Ben Favorite Pastime: Flying with the Aviation Club at Norwood Air- port I: Day: College Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 33 Aviation Club 3. ' the Pencil Sharpeners Corps, JAMES WILLIAM CLARK 82 East Side Pky., Newton Jim Suppressed Desire: To drive Jim's car?? Favorite Pastime: Homework! Of course Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Listening to Mr. Goldman's short?? lectures I Will to N. H. S.: A lecture platform for Mr. Goldman I: Bigelow: College Marching Band 1, 2: Rifle Club 2, 3. MARY ELLEN CLARK 101 Highland Ave., Newtonville Diddy Suppressed Desire: To have a longer February vacation in Han- over Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The school spirit at the football games: junior year in room 2102 II: Day: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 3: Vespers 2, 3: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 3: School Exchange 3. JOYCE MARILYN CLEMENS 55 Brookline St., Chestnut Hill JOY Suppressed Desire: Going with Billy Favorite Pastime: Driving my father's '56 Oldsmobile Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Waiting in line in the cafeteria I Will to N. H. S.: A cashmere sweater IIB: Weeks: College CAROLYN DORIS COGAN 882 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Professor Suppressed Desire: To live up to my nickname Favorite Pastime: Giving lovelorn advice to a certain girl I Will to N. H. S.: A new chair for Mr. Davis II: Brookline High, Brookline: College Stage Crew 3: Fencing 2, 3: Golf 2, 3: Archery 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 2, 3: Orchesis 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3. and the Bird-dog Association. EDWARD COHEN 259 Homer St., Newton Centre Eddie, Proboscis Suppressed Desire: To analyze Mr. Gill Favorite Pastime: Optical instru- ment design, telescope making Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The science fairs I Will to N. H. S.: The cleanli- ness of the cafeteria after D lunch I, Weeksg College Science Fair 2, 39 Motion Picture Squad lg Track, Indoor 2, Science Club 1. MAXINE C. COHEN 10 Gray CliE Rd., Newton Centre ..Max.. Suppressed Desire: To supply Venus with a used arm! Favorite Pastime: Fainting over polio shots Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Weekends, summers, and the "Buggin Crowd"! Basketball 2, 3: Archery 13 .Bad- minton 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, Volley Ball 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Cavalry Club 35 Outing Club 1, 3. is Y X. i I . 4:3 ...f 35 JANET COHEN 25 Lucille Pl., Newton Upper Falls Favorite Pastime: Making plans at the last minute I Will to N. H. S.: My younger brother II: Weeks, College Archery 35 English Club 2, French Club 2: International Club 33 Music Club 2, 3. 2' -.. e 13 f lv? t -I li 1 'Hi' 5'-R' 'i,f3Y'5 ,eff BQ.. i ., f y ,. .g ,g -if Q '- fied f? 1 1 sf? MURRAY R. COHEN 204 Dedham St., Newton Highlands Moe Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Christmas vacation I Will to N. H. S.: A tunnel to Newtonville Square IV, Weeks, College Intramural Sports, Debating Club. PAUL LOUIS COHEN 836 Walnut St., Newton Centre Flip, Coco Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My senior schedule I Will to N. H. S.: Walkways connecting the third floors of Buildings I, II, and III II, Manson Academy, College Music Board 1, 2: Marching Band lg Music Club 1, 2, Jazz Board 23 Radio Club 35 Rifle Club 1, 2, 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 3. RICHARD SLATER COHEN 3 Montvale Rd., Newton Centre Dick Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Pittsburgh and France exchanges, the friends l've made I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Miss Creedon, Mr. Harris and Mr. Rogers Ig Weeks, College Legislature 2, 33 Civics Board Chairman 3, Civics Committee 2, 3, Home Room Manager 1: Or- ange Shield 2, Captain 3, School Exchange 2: Newtonian 3, Tiger- ama Committee 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee 1, 2: French Club 3, International Club 33 Mathemat- ics Club 1, 2, Music Club 1, 2, 33 American Field Service Rep- resentative. WALTER CORNELIUS COLLINS 3 Walnut Hill Rd., Newton Centre Walt Suppressed Desire: To get to know some of those beautiful girls Favorite Pastime: Looking Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Climbing stairs I Will to N. H. S.: A tunnel be- tween Buildings I-II II, Mt. St. Charles Academy, Col- lege Ushers 3: Intramural Sports 2: Latin Club 2. BARBARA ANN COMPAGNONE 276 River St., West Newton Barbie IV: Warren, College Rally Committee 3, Sophomore Girls' Chorus 2, Office work 2. LAURAINE ANN CONNELLY 12 Winthrop Ave., Newton Laurie Suppressed Desire: To break the showers in gym I Will to N. H. S.: My S-Block lunches IV, Bigelow: Business Golf 1: Tennis 1, 2: Field Hoc- key 2g Archery 31 Softball 1. JOHN CONNERNEY 160 Pearl St., Newton Manny Suppressed Desire: To marry a millionaire Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Fighting with George Maxcey in Mr. Ferguson's class II, Day: College Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3. G, - Z' .---7' ...Q- lrzw- is' Six . M S R25 2,-i , .. A .. 'W' -. TAI igielf . , , ig? sw E.. . x X I VINCENT PAUL COONEY 81 Varick Rd., Waban Vinnie, Micious Vin Suppressed Desire: To yell fire in the cafeteria Favorite Pastime: Watching Miss T. teach French Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Detention Hall I Will to N. H. S.: My two years in Building I II: Warren: College Band 1: Aviation Club 1, 3. JEAN ELLEN COOPER 73 Adams Ave., West Newton Jeannie Suppressed Desire: Raise Pala- minos Favorite Pastime: Horseback rid- ing and those days, eh, Chris! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Miles, my favorite teacher I Will to N. H. S.: The days after school in 127 II: Warren: Business RONNIE COOPER 37 Burr Rd., Newton Centre Ron, Coop Suppressed Desire: To find an- other girl whose real name is Ronnie Favorite Pastime: I'll never tell Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mgss Sullivan's biology class, '55- '5 I: Weeks: College Orange Book 2, 39 Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 5: Ushers 2: Senior Play 3: Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 1: ghgatrical Make-up Workshop 1, WILLIAM COOPER 15 1 Hicks St., West Newton Bill Suppressed Desire: To make money Favorite Pastime: Digging the Progressive slides Anti-Smoking Committee 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2. JOSEPH COTTER 22 Owatonna St., Auburndale Jerry Suppressed Desire: To finish col- lege in four years Favorite Pastime: Eating in S- Block Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Knapman's class I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers lil: Mr. Knapman and Mr. Pack- ar II: Antilles Consolidated, Puerto Rico: College. CARYL COULTON 65 Fairway Dr., West Newton Favorite Pastime: The red and white convertible Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Lasker and his music courses I: Day: College Newtonian 1, 2: Tigerama Com- mittee 1: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 1: Latin Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM HERBERT COWAN I1 Melville Ave., Newtonville Uncle Bill Suppressed Desire: To leave N. H. S. Before I reach 30 IV: Veteran: Business I . . ' iigg K ' 1 ,. -2 ...xg . 23. , t :S . . 3?st.f'..s'ss , x A IA.: .. - .,. . s , 1 , . 1 . 21. tg .N JOHN DAVID CRAIG 289 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Dave, Craigidy Suppressed Desire: To throw a good curve in baseball Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sports at N. H. S.: coming home on the bus from the Exeter hoc- key game, 1955 Ig Warren: College Legislature 1: Orange Shield 2, 3: Class Committee 2: Boys' Cho- rus 39 Ushers 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3. Ries Xi.: MARILYN ANNE COX 540 Parker St., Newton Centre Foxie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My senior year: especially those vaca- tions! I Will to N. H. S.: My younger brother Gilbert I: Weeks: College Legislature 1, 2: Home Room Manager 1: Tigerama Committee 35 Senior Play 3: Rally Commit- tee 3: Dance Committee 2: Ofiice Work 3: Class Committee 3: Bad- minton I, 2, 3: Intramural Sports FREDRIC MICHAEL CRAMER 30 Clifton Rd., Newton Centre FRED Suppressed Desire: To understand Mr. Holmes' History Class Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Ha1l's Chemistry Class I: Weeks: College Posters appeared - K.. PHILIP C. CURRIER 79 Pembroke St., Newton Cou Suppressed Desire: To play num- ber 1 on the Newton High State Championship tennis team Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Merritt I Will to N. H. S.: A hill of beans I: Bigelow: College Newtonian 3: Tigerama Commit- tee 2: Boys' Athletic Board 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 2: Basketball 1: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. ANN NANCY D'ALESSIO 15 Moody St., Chestnut Hill Suppressed Desire: Wouldn't you like to know? Favorite Pastime: Chasing after Joe Biage in the cafeteria Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore year with Ann Delli- cicchi I Will to N. H. S.: My Past IV: St. Aidan's: Business Rally Committee 3: Office Work 2: Tennis 3. 1 'K t. 1 ..i. I ls . - .ssfriix -f' LAURENCE MORSE CURTIS, JR. 56 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Chip, Larry Suppressed Desire: To try a hot- plate in the cafeteria Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Walters I: Weeks: College Football 1, 2, 3: Track, Indoor 3: Track, Outdoor l, 2, 3. 59 I 1 I " s X 5 JOSEPH ANTHONY D'AMICO 110 Oak Hill St., Newton Centre Joe Suppressed Desire: To have a date with Gina Lolobrigida Favorite Pastime: Girls I Will to N. H. S.: Higher drink- ing fountains with water, especial- ly in Building III I: Week: College Home Room Manager 33 Senior Play 3: junior Red Cross Council 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Drama Club 3: Spanish Club 2, 3. but belhg a lowbf underclassman ALICE ELIZABETH DAMON 1 1 18 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Bunny X Suppressed Desire: To be a cer- tain Mrs. in 4 years Favorite Pastime: Going out with a certain someone IV: Weeks: Business Girls' Chorus 2. RONALD PAUL DANIELS 2 Curtis Rd., Natick Tex Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Flooding the print shop I-Will to N. H. S.: My engraved desk in Mr. Bouters room to any- one who will take it IIIA: Warren: Service Basketball 1, 2, 3. JUDITH IRMA DAVIDSON 129 Cabot St., Newton Favorite Pastime: Listening for the 2:30 bell Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The race from the fourth floor of Building I to the third floor of Building II II: Bigelow: College Orange Shield 33 Newtonian 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Usher 1: Tennis 3: Volley Ball 3: French Club 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. CYNTHIA ADELIA DAVIS 73 Wedgewood Rd., West Newton Cinny, Poda, Sop Suppressed Desire: To own an ice cream factory and make my own chocolate covereds Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Karpas: Mr. Steinhope: Orange Shield: the necktie in my soup I Will to N. H. S.: Students, families as swell as mine II: Warren: Business Orange Shield 3: Drama Festival I: Vespers 1: Drama Club 1: Music Club 3. LEON HOWARD DAY 24 Riverside St., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To have a peaceful ride home Favorite Pastime: Sleeping Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Harris's English classes I Will to N. H. S.: A peanut but- ter sandwich II: Warren: College Debating Club 3. KENNY PETER DELGIZZI 142 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Del Suppressed Desire: To be the last DelGizzi to graduate Favorite Pastime: Hearing the 2:30 bell Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: S block lunch I Will to N. H. S.: Buddy Russo, the next Charlie Vento IV: Day: Service Q I 4 "FK R '52 2 F .p 3' X.A: . .. , . it. ANTOINETTE MARIE DELLICICCHI 95 Warwick Rd., West Newton Ann Suppressed Desire: To see Jean Anderer's hair curled Favorite Pastime: Making trouble Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day I left I Will to N. H. S.: Food for the cafeteria IV: Day: Business Rally Committee 3: Ice Hockey I: Outing Club 2. ROBERT CHARLES DeLORIE 23 Oak St., Newton Upper Falls Suppressed Desire: To roller skate through the tunnels Favorite Pastime: S-Block lunch Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior English class II: Weeks: Business Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 1: Basketball 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Hunting and Fish- ing Club 3. ELAINE TERESA DEMEO 37 Milo St., West Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year in Miss Titcomb's French class I Will to N. H. S.: My senior homeroom in Building I II: Warren: College A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3: Drama Club 1: French Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 3: School Exchange 3. CAROL ANN DEMERJIAN 18 Vernon St., Newton Suppressed Desire: To be water girl for the boys' football team II: Bigelow: College Legislature 3: Tigerama Commit- tee 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Try-Hi-Y 2: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Rally Committe 1, 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3: Office Work 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Badminton 2: Volley Ball 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: School Exchange 3. JOHN SPENCER DEMING 67 Carl St., Newton Highlands Speed Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Spink and Miss Ryan I Will to N. H. S.: My lace fichu I: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Scoreboard 1, 3: In- door Track 1, 3: Outdoor Track 1, 3: Cross Country 2: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: English Club 2: Hunting and Fishing Club 2: Mathematics Club 2, 3. MARGARET ANN DENTINO 128 Charlemont St Newton Highlands Peggy Favorite Pastrme Playing Cupid for other people Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My sophomore and junior years IV' Week' Business Archery 1. X. M ,Q-si". I was too shy to attend PAULINE ANN DePAsQUALE 102 Webster Pk., West Newton Parrot, Paul Suppressed Desire. To marry a "certain" C. B. Favorite Pastime: Being with C. B.: S block lunches Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Dr. Leo Barry I Will to N. H. S.: All my absen- tee notes from my sophomore year: my brother "Tony" IV: Warren: Business PETER A. DEROW 25 Edge Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill Pete Favorite Pastime: Those Friday night philosophy sessions Fondest Memory of N H S ' Mr Walters math classes soph year I Weeks College National Honor Society 2 3 Legrslaturel 2 3 Crv1cCommrt tee 2 3 Orange Shield 3 Cap tain Tigerama Committee 1 2 Chairman 3' Track Indoor 3' Track Outdoor 2 3' School Ex- change 3. A X , gg:- s.. ' . I if SETA ELISE DER HOHANNESIAN 18 Russell Rd., Newton Corner Bun Favorite Pastime: Listening to my stomach "growl" before D lunch Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Or- chestra I: Bigelow: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Secretary 3: Legislature 3: New- tonian 3: Spring Musical 2: Girls' Athletic Board 2, 3: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Ushers 1: Science Fair 3: Orchestra 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, In- ternational Club 1: German Club 2: Mathematics Club 1. -1 W 5 V . RICHARD A. DeVITO 54 William St. Newton Corner Dick Suppressed Desire: To get a car that always starts and a girl that always stays Favorite Pastime Girls Boats Cars Girls CHomeworkJ7 Fondest Memory of N H S Charlies class Graduation Com mg and going in my Hudson Pushmobrle IWrll to N H S Hull St Hill So dear to my Hudson for Jump Starting II' South junior High Waltham' College Shyness was conquered LAWRENCE EDWARD DEVORE 14 Holland St., Newton Larry Suppressed Desire: To become successful in whatever I choose to do Favorite Pastime: Playing cards at B. C. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Goldman's chemistry class I Will to N. H. S.: Milk to be served in S-Block I: Bigelow: College Class Committee 2: Baseball 1: Basketball 1: Football 1: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3: Camera Club . as .- DANIEL CHARLES DHIONIS 112 Gibbs St., Newton Centre Butch Suppressed Desire: To make the Honor Roll Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Building I office IV: Day: College Stage Crew 2: Boys' Chorus 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Rifle Club 1. NANCY LIBERA DiBENEDETTO 393 Cherry St., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To watch the football games from the top of the goal post Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My senior year and Miss South II: Warren: College Home Room Manager 3: New- tonian 3: Newtonite 3: A. F. S. Committee 2: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Ushers 1: Office Work 3: Bad- minton 2: Drama Club 3: French Club 1, 2: International Club 2. PHYLLIS PAULINE DiCLEMENTE 419 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To be with Jean Anderer for one minute in silence Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Jr. year in Mr. Card's Home Room I Will to N. H. S.: My brother Louie and all his friends IV: Weeks: Business LORRAINE JOAN DILLON 11 Hale St., Newton Upper Falls Laurie Suppressed Desire: To marry that certain boy named George Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year in Mr. Anderson's homeroom I Will to N. H. S.: My sister Marilynn IV: jamaica Plain High School, jamaica Plain: Business Girls' Chorus. GERALDINE MAY DINNER 12 Kenilworth St., Newton Centre Gerry Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Eat- ing breakfast in the buggy I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Harris and Mr. Ethier II: Bigelow: College Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance Commit- tee 1, 2: Ushers 2: Tennis 1, 2: Archery 2: English Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1. MARY ELLEN DONOHUE 33 Madison Ave., Newtonville Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My pleasant association with all my teachers I will to N. H. S.: My duties as library messenger 3B: Warren: Business Badminton 1, 2, 3: Library 1, 2, 3. SANDRA PHYLLIS DORFMAN 56 Solon St., Newton Highlands Sandy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Summers: gym class my sopho- more and junior years I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mrs. Archer and Miss Mede I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 1: Tigera- ma Committee 2: Senior Play 3: Dance Committee 1, 2: Archery 1, 2: Softball 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Future Teachers Club 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 2, 3. PENELOPE DOSWELL 19 Central Close, Auburndale Penny Favorite Pastime: Planning ral- lies: being with Dick Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Blasts at the Cape: Gremlin par- ties: II: Warren: College Legislature 3: Civics Board 3: Orange Shield 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2: Rally Commit- tee 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Associates, Girls' Vice-Presi- dent 3: Tri-Hi-Y, President 1, 2, 3: Class Vice President 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2. SANDRA HERTHA DOUGLAS 11 Fairview St., Newton Sandi Fondest Memory of N. H. xS.: "Antigone", "Newtonian", Pitts- burgh Exchange I: Bigelow: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Publications Board 2: School Ex- change 2: Newtonian Editor-in- Chief 3: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 1, 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Dance Com- mittee 1, 2: Stage Crew 1, 2: Class Committee 1, 3: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Chemistry Club 3: Drama Club 1, 5, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Tusitala STEPHEN CORLISS DOW 30 Eden Ave., West Newton Steve Favorite Pastime: Standing on the corner Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior English Class I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Harris 8: Mr. Willard II: Warren: College JAMES STARK DRAPER 62 Bellevue St., Newton Greek Suppressed Desire: To make air- planes out of blue cards Favorite Pastime: Giving wooden nickels to Sophomores Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: J. C.'s mustache I Will to N. H. S.: My Newton Plan "notes" I: Bigelow: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2: Science Fair 2: Football Manager 1, 2, 3. MAUREEN ELIZABETH DRISCOLL 176 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Chickie Suppressed Desire: To write in one bf Mr. Ethier's French Books and get away with it I Will to N. H. S.: A wrench to throw in to the shower system in the girls' gym class II: Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Home Room Manager 2: School Exchange 2: Guidance Oflice Work 3: Ticket Committee Senior Play 3: Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 3. BARBARA DOROTHY DUBINS 460 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Binky Suppressed Desire: To have my teachers learn that I am not Bar- bara Duchin Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Newtonite StaH: Mr. Harrer: All the good times in 145 I: Day: College Class Committee 1: Newtonite 2, Make-Up Editor 3: Senior Play 2, 3: Spring Musical 2: Drama Fes- tival 2, 3: Rally Committee 3: junior Red Cross Council 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 3: Publicity Chairman 2: Ushers 1: Girls' Chorus 1: Debating Club 1: Drama Club 1: English Club 1, 2. SUSAN AMY DUCHIN 35 Morseland Ave., Newton Centre Susie, Dutch Suppressed Desire: To have my teachers learn that I am not Susan Dubins Favorite Pastime: Those hours of study! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Glass Menagerie, Newtonian 1: Weeks College Legislature 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: Drama Board Chairman 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Newtonian, Lay- out Editor 3: Drama Festival 1, 2: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 3: Latin Club 1, Music Club 1, 2, 3: Neophytes 1. CAROL ANNE DuMAIS 52 Crehore Dr., Newton Lower Falls Blondie Suppressed Desire: To have a red convertible of my own Favorite Pastime: Riding in a hot green Ford convertible Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those English classes with Mr. Harris I: Warren: College Leader Corps 2: Archery 1, 2: Cavalry Club 1: Music Club 2: Orchesis 1: Outing Club 1. ROBERT CAMPBELL DUNCAN 657 Boylston St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To buy a lake in New Hampshire Favorite Pastime: Riding my motorcycle Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Koughan's Study of Nations class I Will to N. H. S.: My parking space in the faculty parking lot II: Weeks: College KATHERINE ANN DUNNING 119 Lincoln St., Newton High Kay Suppressed Desire: I'll never tell Favorite Pastime: Writing to, waiting for, and being with? Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year and all the wonderful friends I've made I Will to N. H. S.: My goldfish II: Brunswick High School, Brunswick, Maine: College NANCY ELIZABETH DURHAM 38 Harrington St., Newtonville Nan, Nance Suppressed Desire: To excel in the field of music Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Lasker's music theory and music appreciation classes I Will to N. H. S.: More of those fun-filled dances IV: Day: Business Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1: Orchestra 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. MARK DAVID EASTMAN 135 Blake St., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To have co-ed EWU - . I Favorite Pastime: Going to Flush- ing, N. Y. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 1. C. Hall's chemistry class I Will to N. H. S.: A11 the late slips I never passed in I: Bigelow: College Band 1: Chemistry Club 3: Meteorology Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3, Chairman of jazz Association 2. when I became the first Tiger at Tlgerama . ,. .Q 3' 1 JANICE SARA EAVZAN 225 Langley Rd., Newton Centre jan Suppressed Desire: To liquidate all boys under 6 feet Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The memorable May 24th in my junior year II: Weeks: College Newtonite 2, 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 2: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2: Rally Committee 2: Dance Committee 2: Tennis 1, 2: English Club 3: French Club 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 2: Latin Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. ELAINE MIRIAM EISEN 1215 Commonwealth Ave., West Newton Zeh Suppressed Desire: Organization with the girls Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day Mr. Wiest tore up my license II: Warren: College Legislature 3: Newtonite 2: Ti- gerama Committee 1, 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance Commit- tee 1, 2: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 1, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3. SHEILA B. ETCOFF 29 Sunset Rd., Newton Favorite Pastime: just living Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Everyone and Everything, 4th floor of Building I II: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 1: New- tonite 1, 2, 3: Spring Musical 1, 2: Office Work 2, 3: Golf 1: Ten- nis 2. LEONARD EDWARD ETHERIDGE 23 Grove Rd., Natick Muscles Suppressed Desire: To marry Lana Favorite Pastime: Thinking of Lana Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Willard's coffee I Will To N. H. S.: My shoes if they fit anyone IIIA: Coolidge Jr. High, Natick: Service This new-born venture evoked school spirit if any ,iw RUTH ANN EVANS 34 Priscilla Rd., Chestnut Hill Suppressed Desire: To get into Shirley's homeroom Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Writing "love" notes to Shirley before biology class I: Weeks: College Orange Shield 2, 3: A Capella Choir 2, 3: Class Committee 3: Vespers 2: Dance Committee 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Art Club 1, 2: French Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: School Ex- change 3: Newtonian 3: Senior Play 3. BARBARA FAIR 54 Longfellow Rd., Waban Barbie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The friends I have made I: Warren: College Newtonian 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1: Drama Festival 1, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Lead- er Corps 2, 3: Dance Committee 1: Tennis 2, 3: Theatrical Make- up Workshop 1, 2, 3: Cavalry Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1: Out- ing Club 2, 3: junior Red Cross Council 3: International Club 3: Orange Shield 3. ROSILAND H. FARBER 529 Boylston St., Newton Centre Rory Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: S-Block lunch and the football games I Will to N. H. S.: An escalator for every building II: Solomon Lewenberg, Dorches- ter: College Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 3: Rally Committee 3: Tennis 2, 3: Bowling 1, 2, 3: English Club 3: French Club 2: International Club 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 3. ELIZABETH LOUISE FARINA 53 Brodge St., Nonantum Betty Bet Suppressed Desire: To lead a suc- cessful life Favorite Pastime: Being with the kids Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year I Will to N. H. S: More teachers like Mr. Shaw and Mr. Gradone IV: Day: Business Leader Corps 2: Basketball 2. LEONARD F. FARRELI.. 54 Pond Rd., Newton Suppressed Desire: To pass Eng- lish Favorite Pastime: Looking over the new crop at Newton High Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cabinet shop vacation 1957 I Will to N. H. S.: My seat in 2105 IIIA: Day: Service Administrative Aid: Basketball 1: Football 1. ROBERT GROVE FARRELL 30 Oakland Ave., Auburndale Bob Suppressed Desire: To have a cigarette after lunch Favorite Pastime: Looking over the crop at Newton High Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Newton-Waltham football game of 1955 I Will to N. H. S.: My code book to Mr. Hale so that he can get his money back next year IIIA: Warren: Service RICHARD PORTER FARREN 1640 Washington St., West Newton Aaron, Dick Suppressed Desire: To take the Distributor cap off a parked police car Favorite Pastime: Going to see Marge with the boys at the Big Burger Ranch Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My five hours homework every night I Will to N. H. S.: Driver Ed. cars with full race engines and straight pipes II5 Cambridge High and Latin, Cambridge: Service BLANCHE MARY FEELEY 70 Cottage St., Newton Upper Falls Tutti, Brain No. 2 Suppressed Desire: To see Yul Brynner with Elvis's sideburns Favorite Pastime: Terri's 49 Ford Il, Weeks: College Leader Corps 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Tennis 1, 2, 35 Field Hockey 2, 35 Badminton 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Orchesis 1, 25 Outing Club 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 3. DOROTHY ESTHER FELDMAN 29 Old Colony Rd., Chestnut Hill Dottie Favorite Pastime: Getting to- gether with the kids I will to N. H. S.: Escalators to all the floors I5 Weeks: College Legislature 35 Rally Committee 2, 35 Dance Committee 25 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Office Help 35 In- tramural Sports Zg Future Teach- ers Club 35 Music Club l, 2, 3. SUSAN ROBERTA F ELDMAN 29 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Sue Suppressed Desire: To finish one whole pizza Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Weekends I Will to N. H. S.: S-Block lunch II5 Weeksg College Newtonite 35 Spring Musical 1, 25 Social Board 25 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Dance Committee 1, 2, 35 Stage Crew 15 Art Club 1, 2, 35 Future Teachers Club 35 Outing Club I5 Theatrical Make-Up Workshop 1, 2, 3. SUSANNE FERGUSON 205 Dorset Rd., Waban Sue Favorite Pastime: Bombing around certain streets in Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My accomplished goal II5 Dana Junior Schoolg College Tigerama Committee 35 Senior Play 35 Spring Musical 35 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Girls Chorus 35 Office Work 1, 35 Intramural, Sports 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Ca- valry Club 35 Latin Club 15 Music Club 2, 35 Outing Club 35 Spanish Club 2. SUSAN-LOUISE FESSENDEN 272 Waltham St., West Newton Mandy Favorite Pastime Reading writ mg and reclining Fondest Memory of N H S Working on Tigerama and the Newtonian I Will to N H S All my college catalogues I' Day' College Newtonian 3' Tigerama Commit- tee 3' Science Fair 3' Tigerama Co-Finance Chairman 35 English Club 2, 35 Library Club 1, 2. attendance at rallies ,st 11. JUDITH CHRISTINA FIELDS 124 Jewett St., Newton Judie, Jef Suppressed Desire: To have a pair of Bermudas and knee socks like the N. H. S. boys' hockey team II5 Bigelowg College Legislature 15 Home Room Mana- ger 35 Newtonite 2, 35 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 35 Senior Play 35 Spring Musical 25 Rally Commit- tee 2, 35 Treasurer 35 Junior Red Cross Council 2, 35 Leader Corps 1, 2, 35 Dance Committee 2, 35 Ushers 2, 35 Try-Hi-Y Club 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1. RICHARD JOHN FILOSA 9 Abbott St., Newton Upper Falls Coot Suppressed Desire: To run through the tunnels in blue suede pajamas Favorite Pastime: Standing on the corner talking over the world situation with the boys Fondest Menlory of N. H. S.: The day I ran through the swinging doors that didn't swing. I Will to N. H. S.: A pair of gym sneakers that didn't quite make the grade IV5 Weeksg Business CLARE JUDITH FINARD 36 Metacomet Rd., Waban Twin Suppressed Desire: Organization with the girls Fondest Memory of N H S' Racing to school in the morning to get a parking space in front of Building I or III I Weston jr High Weston College Home Room Manager 2 Orange Shield 3 Newtonite 2 Tigerama Committee 3' Spring Musical 2' Basketball 1' Field Hockey 1' In- tramural Sports 1' Music Club 1 CHELISE MARIE FINERTY 17 Tarleton Rd., Newton Centre Chelise Suppressed Desire: Only TOM- MY knows Favorite Pastime' The kids from the Common 8: Tommy Fondest Memory of N H S All the wonderful kids Ive met I Will to N H S More teachers like Mr Dolan II Weeks Business Leader Corps 1 Cavalry Club l Outing Club 1. and games soared to a new hzgh. RICHARD FINNIN 63 Bow Rd., Newton Centre Rick Suppressed Desire: To drag Char- lie Feeley Favorite Pastime: Racing I Will to N. H. S.: Shifts for the Driver-Ed. cars II: Weeks: Service ARLENE ANN FISHER 210 Brookline St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To become a doctor. Favorite Pastime: The telephone Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My sophomore algebra class I Will to N. H. S.: My sister Joyce II: Weeks: College Junior Red Cross Council 3: Bad- minton 3. DIANA GAIL FISHER 120 Waltham St., West Newton Suppressed Desire: My desire is yet to be suppressed I Will to N. H. S.: My memories of Mr. Bailey II: Day: Business Newtonite 3: Tigerama Commit- tee 2: Spring Musical 2: Drama Festival 1: Rally Committee 2: Vespers 1, 2: Stage Crew 1: Ushers 3: Basketball 1, 2: Tennis 2, 3: Field Hockey 1: Archery 1, 2, 3: Badminton 1, 2: Softball 1, 2: Volley Ball 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Cavalry Club 1: Drama Club 1: Outing Club 1, 3. SHIRLEY PAULA FISHMAN 11 Placid Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To get into Ruthie's homeroom Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Writing notes to Ruthie after Bi- ology I Will to N. H. S.: More classes like Mr. Goldman's Chemistry class I: Girls Latin, Boston: College Dance Committee 1, 2: Senior Class Committee 3: Intramural Sports 3: English Club 3: French Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2: Library Club 3: Music Club 3. LINDA LEWIS FITCH 55 Aspen Ave., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To be the lady Tiger Favorite Pastime: Talking on the telephone Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Ap- proximately 1,000 bus rides II: Warren: College Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Concert Band 1: Archery 2, 3: Cavalry Club 1: French Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 3. FRANCES EDNA FLEMING 176 Homer St., Newton Centre Fran Favorite Pastime: Lookin' with the kids I Will to N. H. S.: An extra football stand for the overflow of kids II: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Leaders Corps 3: Dance Committee 35 Ushers 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 2: Outing Club 3. JOAN MARIE FLOOD 86 Jewett St., Newton Joanie Suppressed Desire: To become an actress Favorite Pastime: Listening to records Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The wonderful teachers I Will to the N. H. S.: My brother Rickey IIIB: Warren: Business SALLIE THERESA FLOWERS 23 Johnson Pl., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To arrive at the school bus fully dressed Favorite Pastime: Leaving school on Friday Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The German Class I Will to N. H. S.: My sophomore brother I: Warren: College Newtonite 2: Quartet-Seraneers: Basketball 3: German Club 2: English Club 1: Music Club 1, 2. JOAN BERTHA FLYNN 15 William St., West Newton Joannie Suppressed Desire: To make a cer- tain someone a good wife Favorite Pastime: Cloud nine with Bruce Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year, November 7, 1956 I Will to N. H. S.: More English teachers like Miss Allen IV: Warren: Business Baseball 2: Tennis 2: Archery 2: Camera Club 2: Music Club 2. DOROTHY JOANNE FOLEY 141 Wood End Rd., Newton Highlands JO-U07 Suppressed Desire: To know the thoughts of people before they ex- press them Favorite Pastime: Waiting pa- tiently. . . ! I: Weeks: College Legislature 3: Newtonite 3: Ti- gerama Committee 2: Senior Play 33 Spring Musical 1, 2: Rally Committee 3: Dance Committee 1, 2: Cavalry Club 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1. f l it E X 1, jf AP' f X PRISCILLA MARIS FORAN 24 Ash St., Auburndale ciua, "Pussy" Suppressed Desire: To drive a motorcycle down the steps of Bldg. 1 and through the tunnels Favorite Pastime: Collecting blue cards as a hobby Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the kids going over the fence at the football games I Will to N. H. S.: Permission to smoke in front of the faculty IV: Warren g College Rally Committee 3: Stage Crew 3. JEAN LEE FORBES 122 Danehill Rd., Newton Highlands Jeannie, Jeannie Lee Favorite Pastime: Lookin' with the kids Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The ride home from the Cranston Game II, Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 2, 33 Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance Commit- tee 1, 2: Ushers 39 Tennis 1, 3g Music Club 1, 2, 33 Orchesis 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. DAVID PAUL FORMALARIE 23 Elsworth Rd., West Newton Dave Suppressed Desire: To graduate from college Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Trying to get a seat in the cafe- teria I Will to N. H. S.: A J flat scale for Mr. Lasker's Theory I classes II: Warren: College Vespers 2: A Capella Choir 1, 2: Dance Band 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. JUDITH SYBIL FOSTER 256 Dedham St., Newton Highlands Judi Suppressed Desire: To get to school before the 8:25 bell Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Peterson's corny jokes II: Weeks: College Senior Play 33 Rally Committee 2, 35 Tennis 31 French Club 1, 2, 3: International Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. ALLAN I. FOX 31 Arapahoe Rd., West Newton Al Suppressed Desire: To graduate Favorite Pastime: Phyllis Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My own car, Phyllis I Will to N. H. S.: Three seats in Bldg. I and 1 seat in Bldg. III II: Edison High School: College Class Committee 3, Football 25 Meteorology Club 1, 2. RICHARD EDWARD FOX 112 Exeter St., West Newton Foxy Suppressed Desire: To lay a strip on the lawn of Building III Favorite Pastime: Taking four lunches Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cold showers on nice winter days after gym I Will to N. H. S.: A new Build- ing I, which they will need pretty SOOH II, Weeks: College Senior Play 35 Stage Crew 3, Mo- tion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. ir- fit.. g ' i, .,.-., , Eur K V.J: ? eff' if ' x 11' farfiffay fsfiai KENNETH ALAN FRAIL 4 Applegarth Sr., Newton Centre Ken, Kenny, Buzzy Favorite Pastime: Hearing Mr. Goldman's criticisms of the school Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Passing between classes in zero Degree weather I: Weeks, College Baseball 1. ELIZABETH ANN FRASER 29 Fern St., Auburndale Liz Suppressed Desire: Wouldn't you like to know? Favorite Pastime: Day dreaming Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The days I got a seat on the morning bus I Will to N, H. S.: A bottle of air refresher for the cafeteria Ilg Warren: College Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Tennis 3: Ar- chery 1, 2, French Club 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 3. ,.,,.v,,. Q, .5 1. ,V ,fu Qi X: v r '-Q. it t N I Vs: s 23 sy sts X H its be s. Y Q ga.. W - N s sr' 5- h X Y S' - . . M ,. it NANCY ARLEEN FRANK 15 Commonwealth Pk., Newton Centre Poohbear Favorite Pastime: Looking for- ward to those "Rosey" Weekends Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Senior Prom 1956 II, Weeks, College Legislature 2: Senior Play 33 Spring Musical 2: Ushers lg Ten- nis 3Q Drama Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1, 2, 33 Science Club 1. 'bn . N my .qw- 1 5' . TTY I I jfs , BETTINA KATHERINE FREDRICK 79 Arlington St., Newton Centre Tina Favorite Pastime: Trying to cross Walnut St. at 2:30 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Graduation l Will to N. H. S.: My brother I: Bigelow: College Vespers 3: Ushers 2: A Capella Choir 3: Intramural Sports 3: French Club lg Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club 1: School Ex- change 3. The frivolity and gaiety of my sophom ore year ended 1' A : : LINDA DIANE FREED 69 Louise Rd., Chestnut Hill Lin Suppressed Desire: To go to my classes dry after gym showers Favorite Pastime: Thinking of that certain someone Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Easily accessible staircases IWill to N. H. S.: My New York accent I: Long Beach High, Long Beach, New York: College Ushers 1: junior Class Represen- tative: Archery 1: French Club 1. . Q .. ' QF tet . i- 3 13' . ii3'g,l JOYCE SUSAN FREEDMAN 17 Sunset Rd., Newton Suppressed Desire: Organization with the girls! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Snack Block" I: Bigelow: College Orange Shield 3: Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Drama Festival 1: Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Drama Club 1: English Club l, 2, 35 Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club 1, 3. BRYNA RUTH FREEDMAN 15 Ashmont Rd., Waban Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Card's History Class in 2102: Spring Musical in my sophomore year I Will to N. H. S.: A record for Mr. Silluzio that repeats classified I: Warren: College Spring Musical 1: Rally Commit- tee 3: Vespers 2, 3: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: Music Night 2: Tennis 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: International Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 39 Orchesis. ARLENE BETSY FREEMAN 46 Grant Ave., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: Is yet to be suppressed I Will to N. H. S.: My brother Barry II: Bigelow: College Newtonite 1, 2: Tigerama Com- mittee 3: Senior Play 2: Spring Musical 2: junior Red Cross Council 2, 3: Stage Crew 2: Bas- ketball I, 3: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 1: Intramural Sports I, 2, 3: English Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 2: Outing Club 1, 2. with the cramming and passing of flhal exams. DEBORAH CHASE FREEMAN 121 Homer St., Newton Centre Debby Suppressed Desire: To fumigate building one Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Pat Pierce's broken gas range II: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 3: Dance Committee 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 3. EDWARD LEROY FRENCH 70 Hatfield Rd., West Newton Roy Suppressed Desire: To see the five thousand miniature satellites con- taining the fleas that were sent up to the dog in Sput-Nik II Favorite Pastime: Sailing I Will to N. H. S.: A new chicken for the chicken soup next year I: Waltham High, Waltham: Col- lege Aviation Club 2. SAUNDRA BEVERLY FRIED 40 Morton Rd., Newton Centre Saun, Sandy Suppressed Desire: To get my M. R. S. Degree with a certain D. I. B. Favorite Pastime: The loves in my life - "Midus" and Dave II: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 1: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 3: Theat- rical-Makeup Workshop 3: Ten- nis 3: Cavalry Club 3: Future Teachers Club 3: International Club 1, 2: Science Club I. JEROME P. FURMAN 80 Hammond St., Chestnut Hill Suppressed Desire: To be in Mr. Chase's class and get out on time Favorite Pastime: Going some place in S-Block Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Charlie's class on E-Block Monday at 2:30 I Will to N. H. S.: Charlie Chase and his Fundamentals Class IIIB: Cordigan Mt. School, Can- don, New Hampshire: Service LLOYD B. GAINSBORO 95 Woodchester Dr., Newton Centre Shlloyd Suppressed Desire: To park my white OLDS on the Building III lawn Favorite Pastime: Girls in gen- eral I Will to N. H. S.: My curly hair which is never combed II: Bigelow: College Legislature 3: Home Room Man- ager 2: Orange Shield 2: Senior Play 3: Baseball 1: Football 1: Chess Club 2, 3. ALBERT A. GAM 74 Maplewood Ave., Newton Centre Albie Suppressed Desire: To put a plug in Mr. Hall's Bunsen Burner Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Trying to make a 10 minute walk in 6 minutes I Will to N. H. S.: An elevator to replace the mythical one in building I I: Weeks: College l l. E 1 .fri s . it JACQUELINE ANN GAMBLE 28 Champa St., Newton Upper Falls Jackie Suppressed Desire: To be a bridesmaid for Joan and Ann I Will to N. H. S.: For Mr. Gi- roux, a portable garbage disposal for S-Block eaters IV, Weeks, Business JOAN LORRAINE GAMBLE 249 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Joannie Suppressed Desire: To be a bridesmaid for Jackie and Ann Favorite Pastime: AFH336471 CScoochieJ I Will to N. H. S.: For Mr. Giroux, a portable vacuum clean- er for S-Block eaters IV, Weeks, Business SHELDON HENRY GANZ 48 Old Field Rd., Chestnut Hill "Benny" Favorite Pastime: Doing home- work in S-Block Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mrs. GoIdstein's English 13 class I Will to N. H. S.: E lunch I, Weeks, College Legislature 2, Home Room Man- ager 3, Newtonite 2, Baseball 3, Intramural 1, 2, 3, English Club 33 French Club 2. STEPHEN GARDETTO 122 Mill St., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Eating lunch in Mr. Giroux's room I Will to N. H. S.: My gym suit IIIB, Weeks, College ELIOT LAWRENCE GARDNER 50 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To call Mr. Holmes "Fred" in class Favorite Pastime: Finding my way out of Building I at 6:00 P. M. I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Hall and Mr. Walters I, Weeks, College Newtonite 2, Exchange Editor 3, Science Fair 2, 3, Quill and Scroll Society 31 Mathematics Club 3, Science Club 1, 3. BART:-ioLoMEw GAVINI, JR. 833 Boylston St., Newton Highlands Bob Suppressed Desire: To have smok- ing lounge for students Favorite Pastime: Trying to find ways not to work Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Trying to eat in the lunch room I Will to N. H. S.: All my un- used bus tickets IIIA, Weeks, Service Secretary of Administrative Aides. was . egg. .5 isa -. as-.s. .t an .. s4Qi.f5.f Y., K , sis.,-.1 . ,Q F 11t:g:egzi.i,:: ,gy r:.,.x,g-. ,,,,,.,. . - . , The Yiger rambles on- MARY JOAN GERACI 216 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Favorite Pastime: To listen to popular music and new records Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Going to Tigeramas IV, Weeks, Business DIANA JANE GERNES 34 Lafayette Rd., Newton Lower Falls Gertez, "The G" Favorite Pastimezx Bombing around certain streets in Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My sophomore year, cheerleading, blasts at the Cape, and our Grem- lin parties I, Warren, College Senior Play 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Cheer Leaders 3, Dance Committee 2, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Tri Hi Y 1, 2, 3, Field Hockey 1, Music Club 1, 2, 3: GLORIA ANN GERSTEIN 111 Paulson Rd., Waban Suppressed Desire: To Hunk out early and avoid the rush Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Spring Musical, sophomore year I, Warren, College Spring Musical 2, Rally Commit- tee 1, 2, 3, Leader Corps 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Sophomore Class Committee 1, Drama Club 1, Fu- ture Teachers Club 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Orchesis 2, 3. RUTH ESTHER GESMER 19 Moody St., Chestnut Hill Ruthi Suppressed Desire: To be a fresh- man at M.I.T. I Will to N. H. S.: Parking spaces for everyone - but not at 7:30 a.m. I, Weeks, College Legislature 1, Tigerama Commit- tee 1, 2, Drama Festival 1, 2, 3, Vespers 1, 2, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Eng- lish Club 1, 2, Future Teachers 2, 3, Music 2, 3, Orchesis 1, Spanish Club 3. ' nf" Dull! Drab! fllonotonousf. HELENE TAYLOR GETTER 1 Cobb Place, Waban Favorite Pastime: THRASHing my polar bear I Will to N. H. S.: My well-used fudge recipe I5 Warreng College Legislature 15 Civics Committee 35 Orange Shield 2, 35 Drama Festival 15 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Leader Corps 15 Class Commit- tee 35 Field Hockey 25 Cavalry Club 15 International Club 2, 35 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 2, 3. f r' 3 -ig. .V 5 -wi wi--H - I . .. Qf:Ty'f:,ggss'.eQ.:se1 1 5 ' ' 1 -1. 5-5:2 5' f .QQ .1 " .' ,3zjfrfrg!gf,sgf basil. J, 5:l'rs. Q. ' -1 Nazi 1351612111-f we - I j55'?,nQf1 Q A f .f:fxff..4g91-2ff,5f 5 5 I Q L 5: f K f 5 X -A ,izzf MYRON M. GILBERT 15 Kingslor Rd., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To turn that pigstye of a cafeteria into a car hop Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Somerville blowing three pounds of pressure on a Bourdon gauge I5 Weeks5 College Debating Club 35 Mathematics Club 35 Science Club 1. HOWARD JOSEPH GIDEZ 41 Woodlawn Dr., Chestnut Hill The "G" Suppressed Desire: To see Rog pick up j. G. Favorite Pastime: Pen pal in Ha- waii Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The big four on the corner I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Miss Stone I5 Bigelowg College Legislature 1, 25 Senior Play 35 Vespers 2, 35 Baseball 15 English Club 2, President 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3. PHYLLIS BARBARA GILBERT 118 Annawan Rd., Waban Suppressed Desire: To make enough money for a trip to North Carolina 1 Will ro N. H. s.: My New York accent I5 james Madison High School, New York5 College Senior Play 35 Drama Festival 35 Oflice Help 2, 35 Theatrical Workshopg Cavalry Club 35 Fu- ture Teachers Club 35 Music Club 3. PETER HUGH GILLESPIE 10 Charles River Terr., Newton Highlands Pete Suppressed Desire: Carol Favorite Pastime: Watching the girls at the corner of Building II I Will to N. H. S.: A related science room for Mr. Houle IIIA5 Weeks5 Business MARJORIE JEAN GILMARTIN 24 Elliott Terr., Newton Upper Falls Margie Favorite Pastime: Riding around in a certain "49" Ford Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Afternoons on the athletic field II: Weeksg College Senior Play 35 Leader Corps 1, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Tennis 25 Field Hockey 1, 2, 35 Badminton 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 LaCrosse 25 Ping Pong 25 Chemistry Club 35 Future Teachers Club 35 Orchesis 25 Out- ing Club 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 3. PATRICK JOSEPH GILROY 45 Auburn St., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To be able to leave my shirt unbuttoned in Mr. Mitchell's class Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Standing in the corridors watch- ing all the girls go by IV5 St. Mary's High School, Bos- ton5 Service D. PETER GILSON 137 Harvard St., Newtonville Pete Suppressed Desire: To see the other side of the moon Favorite Pastime: Designing a Building Telescope II5 Day5 College Science Fair 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3. DIANNE CHARLOTTE GIRACCA 111 Hanson Rd., Oak Hill Suppressed Desire: Get married to my "one and only" Favorite Pastime: Riding around in a certain someone's car Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: November 15, 1956, December 19, 20, 21, 1957 II5 Weeksg College Tigerama Committee 25 Senior Play 35 Drama Club 15 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. JUDITH PHYLLIS GLADSTONE 55 Old Farm Rd., Oak Hill Suppressed Desire: Drop it and Pass! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Memorable May 24th in my jun- ior year I5 Weeks5 College Home Room Manager 35 New- tonite 35 Dance Committee 15 Drama Club 1, 2, 35 Future Teachers 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3. 24. K 'Jk- MARTIN GLADSTONE 44 Wheeler Rd., Newton Centre Marty Sophomore Basketball Team's tra- vels I Will to N. H. S.: Traffic lights for the corridors I5 Weeks5 College Legislature 1, 25 Orange Shield 35 Newtonian 35 Dance Commit- tee 2, 35 Sophomore Class Com- mittee 15 Basketball 15 Intramural Sports 2, 35 School Exchange 3. PAUL CAMPBELL GLEASON 6 Blackstone Terr., Newton Cornet Suppressed Desire: To abolish the Newton Plan I Will to N. H. S.: More good teachers I5 Bigelowg College Baseball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Football 15 Aviation Club 1, 3. ERNEST IRWIN GLICKMAN 55 Wheeler Rd., Newton Centre Ernie Favorite Pastime: All major sports I Will to N. H. S.: A Kenyon lunch I5 Weeks5 College Orange Shield 35 Newtonian 35 Newtonite 35 Band 15 Basketball 15 Intramural Sports 2, 35 Mathe- matics Club 2, 35 School Ex- change 3. CAROL LEE GOLDBERG 34 South Gare Pk., West Newton Favorite Pastime: Procrastinating Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year I5 Warreng College Newtonian 35 Orange Book 2, 35 Stage Crew 15 English 1, 2, 35 Future Teachers 25 International 1, 2, 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3. EI LEEN RUTH GOLD BERG 24 Athelstane Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To get all A's Favorite Pastime: T. V., Tele- phone and dates Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Trying to End a parking place in front of Building III at 7:40 I Will to N. H. S.: My two brothers II5 Weeks5 College Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Music Club 35 Outing Club 1. SANDRA JOAN GOLDBERG 83 Commonwealth Pk. W., Newton Centre Sandy Suppressed Desire: To be able to -solve every problem efficiently Favorite Pastime: Hurrying to S- Block to grab a bite of lunch be- fore the teacher comes in Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The corner of Elm and Walnut I5 Weeksg College Newtonian 35 Senior Play 35 Dance Committee 23 English Club 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Mathematics Club 2, 3. WILLIAM ALAN GOLDFARB 59 Deborah Rd., Newton Centre Farb Suppressed Desire: To be success- ful in any of my 'endeavors I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Miss Lanigan II5 English High5 College Legislature 35 Newtonite 2, 35 Science Fair 25 Boys' Chorus5 Baseball 35 Track, Indoor 1, 2, 35 Chemistry Club 35 Debating Club 2, Treasurer 35 English Club, Treasurer 35 Music Club 1, 35 Newtones. PHYLLIS GOLDMAN 22 Woodhaven Rd., Waban Phyl Suppressed Desire: To own a pair of stilts so I can look down at people I Will to N. I-I. S. A supply of Chanel No. 5 for that certain odor near the cafeteria. II5 Weeks5 College Newtonite 25 Tigerama Commit- tee 25 Rally Committee 35 Dance Committee 25 Tennis 25 Drama Club 25 English 1, 35 French Club 25 Future Teachers 35 ARLENE DIANE GOLDSTEIN 120 Sumner St., Newton Centre I Will to N. H. S.: All my A's Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Human Relations class with Mr. Karpas II5 Weeks5 College Home Room Manager 15 New- tonite 25 Ushers 15 Rally Com- mittee 2, 35 Golf 15 Softball 25 French Club 2: Cavalry Club 35 Ofhce Work 1, 25 Student Oliice Secretary 3. JUDITH LOUISE GOLDSTEIN 171 Ward St., Newton Centre Judy, Buttons Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My three riotous homerooms I Will to N. H. S.: my math books I5 Bigelowg College National Honor Society 2, 35 Civics Committee 2, 35 Finance Board 35 Newtonian 35 Vespers 1, 2, 35 Anti-Smoking Committee 2, 35 Ushers 25 A Capella Choir 1, 2, 35 English Club 25 Inter- national Club 1, 25 Music Club 1, 2, 3. My outlook for the C0ml2Zg junior yean .- K.. , 42: ?5,55g?sgsmz114 A M. .t...aff-,1.-w,s-.gfi 11 Q wht 433, - , ., , ,.,. et.. . L A A p , ... . 5 A A li 3 ss s :. 3 K zggifkr W7 XlV :k.: .fV,k , K. V lj-i fi 2, ' if .Q f-3555. 1 E Lk... .:-' r- 8, it., . , QV X L 5 . 1 ' 2- I LI'1 lt' 1 5 1 if Q H: '. s lL. . ,- NEAL MARVIN PETER PAUL GOLDSTERN GOLDSTEIN 259 Otis St., West Newton 20 Suniper Lane, Oak Hill pete Goldie Favorite Pastime: To suppress some of my desires I Will to N. H. S.: Absolutely nothing II: Weeks: College Civics Committee 3: Orange Shield 33 Newtonite 2: Football: International Club 3. s PATRICIA CAROL GORDON 124 Brackett Rd., Newton Patty, Pat Suppressed Desire: To reach "be- yond the scope of the book" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Everybody I: Bigelow: College National Honor Society 2, 3: School Exchange 2: Senior Play 3: Student Vice President of P.T.S.A.: Class Committee 2: Drama Club 1: Mathematics Club 1, 2, Vice President 3. Favorite Pastime: Trying to suc- ceed in my school work I Will to N. H. S.: The brains I don't have I: University of Nebraska: Col- lege Motion Picture Squad 3: Ice Hoc- key 1: Camera Club 33 Cavalry Club 3. MARJORIE ANN GORDON 92 Stuart Rd., Newton Centre Midge Suppressed Desire: I have mine - "My Honey" Favorite Pastime: Going to see "Sully" at the "Embers" with Sandy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Newton-Waltham game II: J. E. Burke, Dorchester: Col- lege Cavalry Club 3. Besides studzes RICHARD ALLAN GORDON 671 Beacon St., Newton Centre Dick, Rick Favorite Pastime: Sleeping in first period study halls I Will to N. H. S.: An E lunch in place of fifth period I: Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, 33 Civics Committee 3: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Tigerarna Committee 1, 2, 3: Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Marching Band 1: English Club 1, 2, 33 Inter- national Club 33 Latin Club 1: Mathematics Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: School Exchange 3. ROBERT I... GOREN 68 Rowena Rd., Newton Centre Bob Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Audio-Visual Dept. I Will to N. H. S.: More Rooms II: Weeks: College Stage Crew 1: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3: Meteorology Club 1, 2, 3. RICHARD WHITTEMORE GORES 354 Waban Ave., Waban Dick Favorite Pastime: Eating in S Candwichj -Block Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year and all the great kids I've known I: Warren: College Newtouire 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance Committee 2: Stage Crew 3: junior Class Committee 2: Art Club 2: Spanish Club 33 Studio Club 3. JOSEPH RICHARD GORGONE 83 Lexington St., Auburndale Gug Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Going down the fire escapes I Will to N. H. S.: My seat in the "Waldorf" II: Warren: College Baseball 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. TIMOTHY BENTLEY GOSCH 166 Moffat St., Waban Timmy, H. J. I Will to N. H. S.: More girls like F. W. Il: Warren: Service Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3. PETER PAUL GOSSELIN 24 Elmwood St., Newton Centre Pete Favorite Pastime: Broadjumping I Will to N. H. S.: My gym socks: Cif anyone can catch themj II: Warren: College FREDERIC J. GRADY 199 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Fred Suppressed Desire: To be the registrar of motor vehicles Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My C-Block studies in Newtonville last year II: Day: College Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 2: Hi-Y 2, 3: Football 1. ROBERT EDWIN GRAHAM 1 1 Adams Ave., West Newton Bob Suppressed Desire: 0-60 in 5 seconds Favorite Pastime: Racing my hy- droplane I: Warren: College Intramural Sports 3: Mathemat- ics Club. ROBERT SAMUEL GRAHAM 8 Hersey St., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To get into Vassar I Will to N. H. S.: My gym suit II: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 3: Dance Committee 3: Art Club 2. PATRICIA CAROL GRAVALLESE 4 High Rock Terr., Chestnut Hill Pat Suppressed Desire: Organization with the girls Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Peterson telling us that Kipling lived in Vermont I: Weeks: College Legislature 2: Civics Committee 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Newton- ian, Features Editor 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2: Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Honor Study 1, 2: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: P.T.S.A. Pro- gram Planning Committee 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: English Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. SUSAN MARGARET GREELEY 43 Taft Ave., West Newton Sue Suppressed Desire: To Rhumba- Rhumba-Rhumba with Mr. Pack- ard I Will to N. H. S.: Newton's nrst satellite II: Day: College Dance Committee 1: Future Tea- chers 3: Music Club 2: Outing Club 1, 2. HAROLD S. GREEN, JR. 31 Coleman Rd., Newton Centre Hal Suppressed Desire: To marry Claire Favorite Pastime: Being with C.J.P. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My second junior year I Will to N. H. S.: My brother's cat and dogs IIIA: Weeks: Service Football 2. even a parlclhg problem. NANCY ELLEN GREEN 100 Tyler Terr., Newton Centre Shortie, Peanut Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior homeroom with Marsha I Will to N. H. S.: My three naughty cards I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 2: Rally Committee 1: junior Red Cross Council 3: Basketball 3: Golf 3: Archery 3: English Club 3: French Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Orchesis 2, 3: Outing 3. RALPH EDWARD GREEN 83 Walker St., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To get the first seat in the lunchroom Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Le dejeuner dans la salle 330 I: Day: College Latin Club 2: Mathematics Club 2: Radio Club 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres- ident, Secretary-Treasurer: Physics Club 3, Treasurer. PETER BRADFORD GREENE 26 Parker St., Newton Centre Pete Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Packard's old, old jokes I Will to N. H. S.: One tunnel pass bought in my Sophomore year I: Weeks: College German Club 2. ROSLYN GREEN 15 Varick Rd., Waban Roz Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Trying to find room 138 on the first day of my Sophomore year I Will to N. H. S.: The time I spent trying to think up some- thing original to will to Newton High l: Warren: College Rally Committee 3: French Club 2, 3: Future Teachers 3: Inter- national 3: Music Club 1, 2, 35 Orchesis 1: Outing Club 1. Thl7Ig'S looked brighter- fiisiaggieseeiie ' seem, t a t H fe r- s i " , : :Well , le . A . "Wir .Wi ' as i LEONA DOROTHY GRIFFIN 43 High St., Newton Upper Falls Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Watching Mr. Shaw get along without suspenders I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Gradone IV: Weeks: Business 94 is f av 'I Rl? 9 s. K CHARLES ROBERT GRIMM 15 Claremont St., Newton Chick Favorite Pastime: Visiting the telephone booth at "jaclc's" I Will to N. H. S.: My burned out flathead Il: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 1: Rifle Club. SANDRA CLAIRE GRIMM 15 Claremont St., Newton Sandi Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year and all the great par- ties we had at Brookfield, Saxon- ville etc. I Will to N. H. S.: Bench warm- ers for the stadium during foot- ball season II: Bigelow: College Legislature 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Leader Corps 2: Basketball 1: Softball 1: Intramural Sports 1: Music Club 1: Outing Club 3. TOBY RUTH GROSS 708 Boylston St., Newton Highlands Tobe Suppressed Desire: To have some- one else make my lunches Favorite Pastime: At least fifteen minutes Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Athletic apples and B-3 study I Will to N. H. S.: My left over data sheets and unidentified pic- tures I: Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Leg- islature 2: Newtonian 3: Dance Committee 2: Office Work 2, 3: Music Club 1. LOUIS EDWARD GUERNELLI 99 Florence St., Newton Centre Font Favorite Pastime: Cars IIIA: Weeks: Business G. MICHAEL GULLA 35 Baker Pl., Lower Falls Mike, Reg Favorite Pastime: Cars, Science, and Blondes I Will to N. H. S.: A large aquarium for Smitty's whalebel- lies II: Warren: College LOIS GUPTILL 70 Sumner St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To be a tall and thin redhead Favorite Pastime: Watching 25 year old Dick Powell movies on T. V. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sophomore homeroom in 127, Mr. Peterson I Will to N. H. S.: My sister Judy II: Weeks: College Vespers 2, 3: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 2: Music Club 2, 3. DOROTHY JEAN GUREVICH 122 Carlisle St., Newton Centre Dotty Favorite Pastime: Being with B. M. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those "Big Plans" with Lynn, Di, and Kay IV: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 2: Leader Corps 1, 2: Dance Committee 1, 2: Tennis 1, 2: Volley Ball l, 2: Art Club 1: Outing Club I, 2, 3. JOSEPH JOHN GUSTOWSKI 324 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls Favorite Pastime: Hunting and IIIA: Weeks: Service MARJORIE GAIL HAFFER 36 Silver Birch Rd., Waban Midget, Margie, Shortie Favorite Pastime: Getting to- gether with the J. C.'s and chat- ting II: Weeks: College Spring Musical 2, 3: Rally Com- mittee 3g Dance Committee 2: Ushers 3: Halloween Publicity 2: Tigerama Committee 3: Archery 2: Bowling Club 2: Future Tea- chers Club 3: Music Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 3. JAMES WARREN I-IAINER 51 Oakland Ave., Auburndale jim Favorite Pastime: Climbing mountains I Will to N. H. S.: A subscrip- tion to Playboy magazine for the new library Ig Warreng College , Legislature 1, Junior Class Rep- resentativeg Dance Committee, Chairman 2, Cross Country Track 2, 3g Basketball 1: Track Outdoor 2, 3: Intramural Sports. ROLF DOUGLAS HALBACH 95 Temple St., West Newton II: Warren: College Chess Club 3. BARBARA LEE HALIKMAN I7 Fellsmere Rd., Newton Centre Barbi Suppressed Desire: It was Cen- sored! Favorite Pastime: All nite chats with Janny I Will to N. H. S.: My assign- ments book form the past three years Ig Brookline High, Brookline, College Newtonian lg Rally Committee 1, 25 Cavalry Club 1, 23 French Club 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1, 2, 3. NANCY JANE HAMBLET 192 Hunnewell Terr., Newton Nanc Favorite Pastime: Skipping school Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The great kids in the class of "57" II, Rosary Academyg College Rally Committee 3g Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3g Softball 3. ROGER STANLEY HAMILTON 40 Bound Brook Rd., Newton Highlands Stan Favorite Pastime: Going with out-of-state girls Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Pittsburgh Exchange Ig Weeks, College Home Room Manager 35 School Exchange 2: Drama Festival li Intramural Sports 1: Football Manager lg English Club 3. PATRICIA ELLEN HAMPE 22 Ardmore Rd., West Newton Pat Favorite Pastime: Traveling Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day John Light taught the Ger- man class II: Warren, College Girls' Athletic Board 33 Leader Corps 23 Field Hockey 1, 2, 33 Badminton I, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 2. CAROL VIRGINIA HANSON 99 Park St., Newton Corner "Jellybean" Favorite Pastime: Counting the weeks until the boys come home Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My gay days with the Seniors of '55 - crazy I Will to N. H. S.: Canoes to rent so we can get through the tunnels on rainy days Ilg Bigelow: College Rally Committee 1: Office Work 1, 2. CATHERINE HARPER 296 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands Cathy Favorite Pastime: Lookin' with the kids Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Working on the Senior Play Ig "Berkhampstead" School, Glou- cestershire, England Legislature 3g Senior Play 35 Re- ceptionist in Guidance Oflice 2, 35 Drama Club 2, 35 Orchesis 3. BRADFORD LONG HARDING 266 Highland St., Weston Brad, Long Suppressed Desire: To be able to test circuits like Mr. Densmore, 2 wet fingers Favorite Pastime: Saving parking spaces Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sophomore Homeroom 127 I Will to N. H. S.: All the un- repaired circuits under Dickenson Stadium IIIAQ Weeksg College X was sa 1. JOHN PAUL HARTNETT l Raeburn Terr., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To see a cer- tain teacher in army uniform Favorite Pastime: Watching the Hot Rods on Elm Road Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sophomore homeroom l27 I Will to N. H. S.: A tunnel to the drillshed for rainy days II: Weeks, College Football 2, 3. I attended the Tigerama birthday party .E ALBERT LESLIE HARWOOD 30 Pine Ridge Rd., Waban Albie, Rabbit Favorite Pastime: Working on the hot "6" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My sophomore homeroom in 127 with Mr. Peterson I: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Hunt- ing and Fishing Club 2, 3: Rifle Club 1, 2, 3. HOWARD MARSHALL HAYWOOD 21 Simms Ct., West Newton Howie, Heavy Suppressed Desire: To see Elm Rd., Made into a dragstrip I Will to N. H. S.: Bill Carey IV: Warren: Business Football 1, 2, 3. ANNE MARIE HAVEY 14 Roland St., Newton Highlands Nan Suppressed Desire: To receive an A from Mr. Spink Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Spink's Classes I: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 1, 3: Vespers 1: Stage Crew 3: Art Club 1: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Eng- lish Club 1, 2, 3: Library Club 1, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. DAVID ROGER HAZELTON 72 Highland St., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To take Mr. Lasker to Storyville Favorite Pastime: Singing major sevenths to tonic triads in Choir I Will to N. H. S.: Stan Kenton to play the Senior Prom I: Weeks: College Newtonite 2: Music Board 2: Sen- ior Play 33 Spring Musical 1, 2: Vespers 2, 3: A Capella Choir 2, 3: Orchestra 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3. particyaated in the exchange, GERARD TIMOTHY HEALY 3 Fairview Terr., West Newton jerry Favorite Pastime: Doing magic I Will to N. H. S.: Blue cards for teachers "out of order" II: Warren: College Vespers 2, 3: Concert Band 1: A Capella Choir 2, 3: Track, Out- door 1. PAUL FRANCIS HEALY 37 King St., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To crash a rally Favorite Pastime: Eating my lunch during S-Block Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Bailey's sophomore baseball team I Will to N. H. S.: My five a lunches in my Junior year I: Warren: College Legislature 2: Vespers 1, 2, 3: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. BEVERLY ANN HENRICH 2212 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Bev Suppressed Desire. To learn how to play the drums Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Everything and everyone, espe- cially Miss Leathers and Mr. Mer- ritt I: Warren: College Executive Committee 3: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Rally Committee 3: Vespers 2, 35 Lead- er Corps 2, 3: Ushers 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: School Exchange 3: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: All Eastern Chorus 2: 2nd Vice Pres- ident Class 3. RICHARD STEPHEN HEINRICH 9 Margaret Rd., Newton Highlands Dick Suppressed Desire: A hi-fi in my car Favorite Pastime: The drive-in movies Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Sanborn's beginning of the year sales pitch I Will to N. H. S.: An ohm- strainer for the Radio Shop IIIA: Weeks: College RICHARD ALAN HEWITT 29 Broadway St., Newtonville Dick Suppressed Desire: To see a cer- tain teacher with a "Hot Rod" Favorite Pastime: Hanging around Hubbards at night Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Homeroom 127, sophomore year I Will to N. H. S.: All the home- work I didn't do at Newton High School II: Day: Service Motion Picture Squad 1: Baseball 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. GARY CROCKER HICKS 49 Rochester Rd., Newton Favorite Pastime: Playing my guitar IIIA: Bigelow: Business Radio Club 1, 2, 3. ::...:: A . . .Www 'li s s N S Li .,.,.. if we 't 5, . Q, thy: T. . I V Q ff :V .:., ,ffl ggxggy ,J ,fi X 'NX A 2 in few: A-3 ., V PATRICIA ANN HILLS 40 Hinckley Rd., Waban Slink Favorite Pastime: "Bombing in the 'Red Bug' " Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My three years in Building I I Will to N. H. S.: S-Block lunches in 127 II: Weeks: College Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Tigetama Committee 3: Rally Committee 3: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee 2, 33 Cavalry Club 1: Outing Club 1: Office Help 3. JANE ELLEN HIRSCHFIELD 9 Devonshire Rd., Waban Janie Suppressed Desire: To say or do anything I want to Favorite Pastime: Daydreaming Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My three terrors I Will to N. H. S.: The Waldorf section of the cafeteria after D lunch I: Week: College Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 2: Dance Committee 1: Ar- chery 2: Music Club 2, 3. MARION HOCKRIDGE 32 Duncklee St., Newton Highlands Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Tennis 1956 I Will to N. H. S.: More tunnels I: Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, 3: School Exchange 2: Newtonite 1, 2: Tennis 2: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. JOHN EDWARD HOGAN 2027 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Ben, Ed, Hoagy Suppressed Desire: To see Mr. Hall's degrees Favorite Pastime: Watching Mr. Knapman lead school songs on the Auburndale bus Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Siluzio's Chemistry "Clash" I Will to N. H. S.: A loud-speaker system so the World Series could be broadcast I: Warren: College Intramural Sports 1, 2,: Camera Club 1, 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 3: Latin Club 1. SALLY LOUISE HOLDRIGE 162 Islington Rd., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To be carried from class to class in a sedan chair Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Pittsburgh Exchange I Will to N. H. S.: A fleet of bicycles for the teachers C to ride to schoolb I: Warren: College School Exchange 2: Mathematics Club 2: Outing Club 1. ANN ELIZABETH HOLMES 15 Graydale Cir., Auburndale Muff Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All Eastern chorus: the wonderful times: all the kids I: Warren: College Legislature 3: Spring Musical 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3: Leader Corps 2, 3:.Dance Com- mittee 1, 2: Ushers 2: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: All Eastern Music Festival 2: "Tigerettes" Quartet 1, 2, 3: Red Cross National Conven- tion 2: Class Committee 1: Glee Club 1: Fencing 1, 3: Music Night 2: Field Hockey 1, 2: Softball 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Cavalry Club 3: Music Club I, 2, 3: Out- ing Club 1, 2, 3. .- .Ne V --v ,. ff- .aw W., bought my school rlhg, 5 E JANET LORRAINE HOLMES 31 Curve St., West Newton Favorite Pastime: Dancing the cha cha cha Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: First trip through the "dry" tun- nels I Will to N. H. S.: My report and guidance cards IV: Warren: Business Basketball 1: Field Hockey 1: Softball 1: Intramural Sports 1. THOMAS PAUL HOPPE 87 Hillside Rd., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To go on a hayride at 1:00 A. M. with a short blonde Favorite Pastime: Going out with a cute blonde Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day we get out I Will to N. H. S.: All and I mean all my late slips IV: Sacred Heart: Service Music Club 2, 3. ALAN MacLEAN HOPKINS 70 Washington Pk., Newtonville HOPPY Suppressed Desire: To eat the marshmallows Frank toasted in the ashes of Building I Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Judy B. I: Day: College Legislature 1, 2: Home Room Manager 1: Tigerama Committee: Rifle Club 1. DONALD F. HORADAN 55 Rangely Rd., West Newton Don Suppressed Desire: To get out of the Trade School Favorite Pastime: Tearing out Code Book Pages Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All of my skipped periods I Will to N. H. S.: All my old shop clothes IIIA: Malden Trade School, Mal- den: Business. and enjoyed other pasthnes- RICHARD JOSEPH HORWITZ 380 Waban Ave., Waban Dick, Jose' Suppressed Desire: Trying to cheat on a test in Mr. Gradone's class I Will to N. H. S.: Charlie Chase 101 shop IIIB: Huntington Prep, Boston: College Meteorology Club 3. ALAN HOWARD 35 Cotton St., Newton Chico Favorite Pastime: Waiting for that girl to stop going steady Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The bench I: San Juan, Puerto Rico: College Football 3. CAROL ANN HOUGH 379 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: "To Join the Marines" Favorite Pastime: Going to Ho 10's with the "Ville Boys" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Great Kids I've met II: Day: College Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Softball 1, 3: Volley Ball 1, 2: Outing Club I, 2, 3. PATRICIA ANNE HOWARD 44 Whittemore Rd., Newton "Patty" Suppressed Desire: To triple with Burt 81 Jack Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Hockey games: hockey players: Mary's blue nighty II: Bigelow: College Civics Committee 3: Orange Shield 2, Captain 3: Social Board 2, Chairman 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, officer 3: Dance Committee 1, Chairman 2, 3: lst Vice-Presi- dent of the Senior class 3: Drum Majorette 1, 2, head 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1, Secretary 2, 3: ELIZABETH ANNE HOYE 20 Whitner Rd., Newtonville Betty, Bet, Liz Suppressed Desire: To go the wrong way on a one way street Favorite Pastime: Waiting outside Building 3 after school Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cavalry Club rides in the Blue Hills I Will to N. H. S.: Esculators in Building I I: Lincoln Preparatory School for Girls, Providence, R. I.: College Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 3: Tennis 3: Cavalry Club 2, 3: Orchesis 2. PAMELA HOYT 12 Crocker Cir., West Newton Pam Favorite Pastime: Bombing in the bluebird Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The football games in my jr. and sr. year I Will to N. H. S.: The School spirit of our great senior class I: Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Legislature 3: Home Room Mana- ger 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: ju- nior Red Cross Council 3: Senior Play 3: Cavalry Club 2, 3: French Club 3: Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. ALAN MICHAEL HUBERMAN 39 Nickerson Rd., Chestnut Hill Mike, Hub, Al Favorite Pastime: Deciding which days we're "on" and which "off" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year: math classes with Mr. Peterson I: Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Civics Committee 3: Newtonite 2, Editor-in-Chief 3: Track, In- door 1, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 3: Tusi- tala 1. BRADBURY HERBERT HUFF 20 Asheville Rd., Newton Lower Falls Brad Suppressed Desire: Still sup- pressed Favorite Pastime: Going to band at 7:30 in the "morning" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Smitty I Will to N. H. S.: Barbed wire for the fence during football games II: Weeks: College Spring Musical 1, 2: Vespers 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Presi- dent and Drum Major 3: Orches- tra 2, 3: Dance Band 1, 3. MARTHA WASHBURN HUME 16 Fountain St., West Newton I Will to N. H. S.: Another hen I: Warren: College School Exchange 2: Newtonian 33 Vespers 1, 2: P. T. S. A. 3: Future Teachers Club 1: Music Club 1, 2. GEORGE FRANCIS HURLEY 12 Fairway Dr., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To play 2nd violin in the Boston Symphony Orchestra Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 3 years of math in 132 I National Honor Society 2, 3: School Exchange 3: Newtonian 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Mathematics Club 3: Meteorology Club 1, 2, 3. I- . . . it W4 . w ' , I 4 '..'Lu . , 4 9 - .J Y-5' ' 'iff Luiz'-1133 "sm l tk- yr".-. m 1:65 . W . MARY JANE HYDE 75 Smith Ave., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To lind 3 or 4 seats together at A lunch Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "The cross-eyed judge" a la Peter- son I Will to N. H. S.: Fewer pupils I: Warren: College latin Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 39 Outing Club 1. BARBARA ANN IN TRILIGATOR 49 Glendale Rd., Newton Centre Barb Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My sophomore year in room 122 I Will to N. H. S.: My sister Les- ley Ig Girls' Latin School, Boston: College Newtonian 3: Archery 3: English Club 3: French Club 2, 3: Library Club 3: Music Club 3. DAVID WILSON IRELAND 35 Irving St., Newton Centre Dave Suppressed Desire: To graduate Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the parties I Will to N. H. S.: All my A's IV: Bigelow: Service Orange Shield 3: Boys' Athletic Board 3: Football 1: Track, In- door 1: Hunting and Fishing Club 1. JOSEPH D. IRWIN 26 Saxon Rd., Newton Highlands Joe Favorite Pastime: Going home every day Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 2:30 bell I: Weeks: College Football Manager 1, 2, 3: PETER IRVING ISENBERG 243 Upland Rd., Newtonville Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Graduation I Will to N. H. S.: All my late slips to S-block I: Bigelow: College Mathematics Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3, School Exchange 3. MARJORIE CAROL JACOBS 52 Hagen Rd., Newton Centre Margie Suppressed Desire: To suppress my desire Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Blue Sundays with Brenda I: Weeks: College Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonian 33 Newtonite 2: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 3: English Club 1, 3: French Club 3: Latin Club 1, 23 Music Club 1, 2, 3. ALICE JACOBSON 185 Collins Rd., Waban Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Spring Musical of 1955 , I Will to N. H. S.: More last period studies I: Warren: College P. T. S. A. Manager's Board 1: P. T. S. A. Membership Commit- tee 3: Class Committee 33 Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 2: Social Board 2, 3: Dance Committee 1: Tennis 13 Drama Club 1: French Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Or- chesis 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1. .XF N X JOSEPH DENNIS JANIS 6 Willard St., Newton Corner Joe Suppressed Desire: To be on the outside looking in I Will to N. H. S.: Escalators in all the buildings fespecially 4th floor building IJ IV: Day: Service Football 1, 2. mil- ROBERT F. JARDINE 11 Jaconnet St., Newton Highland Bob IIIA: Weeks: Business PHILIP JOHN JOHNSON 473 Waltham St., West Newton Flip Suppressed Desire: To pay my debt to Mr. Sanborn for lost athletic equipment Favorite Pastime: Making people think I look busy I: Technical High School, Boston: College Legislature 3: Track, Indoor 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 2, 3: Track, Cross Country 2, 3. plaza parties, NANCY ANNE JOHNSTON 18 Fairway Dr., West Newton Nance, Melvis, Moka Suppressed Desire: To plug up the girls' showers Favorite Pastime: Walking around without shoes in S Block Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Peterson's pink dragon I Will to N. H. S.: All the bull's eyes I made in archery I: Dau: College Rally Committee 3: Bowling 1: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Cavalry Club 1. JUDITH DIANNE JORDAN 169 Islington Rd., Auburndale "Judy", "Jidae" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Coming back to N. H. S. from Stanford I Will to N. H. S.: An old gym suit II: Warren: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Dance Committee 1: Sophomore Girls' Chorus: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 11: Archery 3: Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Personali- ty Club 3. NANCY RUTH KADEN 61 Judith Rd., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Racing with the clock from 1204 to 23D I Will to N. H. S.: A required course for teachers given by J. C. Hall entitled, "How to teach youngsters." I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 1, 2, 3: Newtonian 3: Theatrical Make- Up Workshop 2, 3: Ushers 1: Of- fice Work 2: Bowling 1: Archery 3: French Club 2, 3: Latin Club 1: Music Club 2, 3. 5- ELLEN R. KAHN 59 Reservoir Ave., Chestnut Hill Favorite Pastime: Trying to find Janet around the High School Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My cheerleading days, all the wonder- ful people, etc. I: Weeks: College Legislature 3: Orange Shield 2, Captain 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Spring musical 1, 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Cheer Leaders 2, 3: Ushers 1: Newtonian Rep- resentative 1: Girls' Chorus 1: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 3: Orchesis 1, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3. feedlhg the ducks, THEODORE ERIC KAHN 95 Montrose St., Newton Centre Ted, T. K. Favorite Pastime: Trying to get the car for Saturday nights Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Making my way through the ci- garette smoke in the school buses II: Bigelow: College Motion Picture Squad 1: Track, Outdoor, Manager 1: Rifle Club 2, 3. MORTON GERALD KANE 30 Nardone Rd., Newton Centre Morty Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Goldman's Chemistry class I Will to N. H. S.: A new joke book for Mr. Peterson I: Weeks: College Math Club 2, 3: Science 3. ROBERT MICHAEL KANTAR 54 Duxbury Rd., Newton Centre Bob Suppressed Desire: To play the drum at the Newton-Brookline Game Favorite Pastime: Some people might talk Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Civics Committee I: Weeks: College Legislature 1, 2: Civics Committee 2, 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Tigera- ma Committee 2: Dance Commit- tee 1, 2: Ushers 2: Newtonian, Advertising Editor 3: Honor Study 2: School Exchange 3. BARRY KANTER 40 Avondale Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To see Miss Ashley run out of late slips I Will to N. H. S.: My electro- graphic pencil for English tests I: Bigelow: College Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Junior Class Committee 2: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2: Camera club 2: Spanish 3. ELAINE TOBY KAPLAN 77 Oakdale Rd., Newton Centre Smiley, Lainey, Kappy Favorite Pastime: Getting love- lorn advice from the "professor" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year and the "weather" I: Weeks: College Oliice Help 3: Golf 2, 3: Archery 1, 2, 3: Fencing 2: Bowling 1, 2: Future Teachers Club 2, 3: Music Club 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT DAVID KAPLAN 29 Westgate Rd., Newton Centre Bob, Bobby, Bo Favorite Pastime: "Poopsie" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Mitchell I: Boston Latin School, Boston: College Newtonite 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Mathematics Club 3: Ger- man Club 1, 2. mu STEPHEN DENNIS KATES 17 Kenilworth St., Newton Steve Suppressed Desire: To get an all A report card Favorite Pastime: S-block lunch Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Senior U. S. History class I Will to N. H. S.: Two tons of T. N. T. I5 Bigelowg College Anti-Smoking Committee 25 Mo- tion Picture Squad l5 Intramural Sports 39 French Club 3. MARSHA KATSEFF 135 Adams Ave., West Newton Mish Supptessed Desire: To be the "Tigress" of N. H. S. Favorite Pastime: Making friends Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior homeroom with Nancy I Will to N. H. S.: My front row center seat in Mr. Stephen's class and all the fun and teasing that went with it I5 Girls' Lating College Senior Play 35 Dance Committee 25 Future Teachers Club 35 Latin Club 3. JOHN KATTWINKEL 65 Sterling St., West Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Merritt I Will to N. H. S.: A heater for the football held I5 Warreng College Home Room Manager 25 Orange Book 35 Tigetama Committee 3: Music Board 25 Spring Musical l, 2, 35 Drama Festival 2, 35 Vespers 1, 2, 35 Science Fair 1, 33 Tiger 33 Newtones 2, 3: Co-eds 35 All State Chorus 35 Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 33 Drama Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, President 3. SANDRA MAE KATZ 220 Dedham st., Newton Highlands Sandy Suppressed Desire: Wouldn't you like to know? Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the wonderful friends I've made I5 Weeks5 College Home Room Manager 25 Orange Shield 35 Newtonite 2, 35 Spring Musical 25 Rally Committee 2, 35 French Club 25 Latin Club 1, 25 Music Club l, 2, 3. CAROL JEANETTE KAUFMAN 37 Homer St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Honor Study in my junior year with Arlene Bialsky I Will to N. H. S.: My little sis- ter, may the school withstand the blow II5 Weeks5 College Newtonite 25 Tigerama Commit- tee 25 Senior Play 35 Spring musi- cal 25 Vespers 15 Dance Commit- tee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 15 Archery 35 Drama Club 15 Music Club 2, 3. ROGER EMANUEL KAUFMAN 6 Stoneleigh Rd., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To be able to dash to class without tripping on my slide rule I Will to N. H. S.: To the science department: one slightly used earth satelite I5 Warren5 College Senior Play 1, 2, 35 Spring Musi- cal 1, 25 Drama Festival 1, 2, 35 Vesper 1, 2, 35 Stage Crew 1, 2, Manager 35 Senior Night 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 25 Drama Club 1' Mathematics Club 3. lhterdlgitatlhg, REBECCA KEAN 392 Wolcott St., Auburndale Becky Suppressed Desire: To go to P. S. C. Favorite Pastime: Writing letters to H. M. in S block I Will to N. H. S.: Cartoons for Miss South II5 Warren5 College Senior Play 25 Studio 25 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Archery 33 Cavalry Club 15 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Out- ing Club 1. NEIL KELLY 60 William St., Newton Corner Favorite Pastime: Sports Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Packard's stories I Will to N. H. S.: More stories by Mr. Packard II5 Bigelow, College Home Room Manager 35 Orange Shield 33 Football 15 Intramural Sports 1, 3. CAROLE BURR KELLEY 43 Newell Rd., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To have a Building 3 homeroom with my choice of kids Favorite Pastime: Those Auburn- dale kids. What a crowd!!! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Merrittg A Capella Choir5 The Messiah I Will to N. H. S.: Those great kids5 my school spirit5 my moldy gym suit II5 Warren5 College Rally Committee 35 Vespers 1, 2, 3: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3. EVELYN JANICE KELTY 1197 Washington St., West Newton jan,janice Favorite Pastime: Chuck I Will to N. H. S.: A smoking room IV5 Warreng Business .M 'Z A 3 ovfj. 0 1- . ." as ,.: .7 .. ,,,. -T....-aM..A,.. .mini '1 trudglhg through the snow, Af . fl W A . ' 'T ' 1- EQ, lf 4 e ' ii ,Ir S, e 1 . .- JUDITH ANN KEMPAINEN RICHARD THOMAS 15 Avery Path, Newton Centre KENNEAI-Y Judy 227 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Fondest Memory- of N. H. S.: At- Dick tempting to get to classes on time I Will to N. H. S.: A smile to start the day oE right II: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 2: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2, 3: Ves- pers 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Archery 1: Drama Club 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club 2, 3. Favorite Pastime: Building Model Planes and Boats Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Tigerama IIIA: Our Lady's: Service A. A. 3: Football, Manager 1. DIANE MARIE KILMER 169 Tremont St., Newton Corner Di Suppressed Desire. Secretary Favorite Pastime: Dancing: Bowl- mg Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Crew IV: Belmont High: Business TIMOTHY TILDEN KINCI-ILA 24 Roland St., Newton Highlands Tim Favorite Pastime: Eating S-block lunch Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Charley's Aunt I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 1: Senior Play 3: Junior Red Cross Council 1: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2: Concert Band 1, 2: Or- chestra 2: Football 1, 2, 3: Base- ball 1, 2: Drama Club 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 1. JUDITH ANN KIVLEHAN 470 Albermarle Rd., Newtonville Kivie I Will to N. H. S.: A certain table in the cafeteria Suppressed Desire: To see Miss Ashley get a late slip IV: Day: Business Costume Committee 2, 3. RICHARD F. KIVLEHAN 470 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Kive Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being in the same class with Ca- ruso for three years I Will to N. H. S.: A new stove for Mr. Willard IV: Day: Service Boys' Chorus 2, 3. INA MAY KLAMBERG 29 Converse Ave., Newton "INE" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Leathers, Mr. Silva, and all the great kids I've met I Will to N. H. S.: Teachers who do not believe in late slips I: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 3: Rally Committee 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Senior Class Committee 3: Golf 2: French Club 2, 3. IVARS KLAVINS 43 Union St., Newton Centre Ivy Suppressed Desire: To get out I Will to N. H. S.: My problems II: Weeks: Service JUDITH LEE KLEIN 308 Woodcliii Rd., Newton Highlands Judi II: Weeks: College Favorite Pastime: Stuie I Will to N. I-I. S.: My sister Girls Chorus 3: Senior Play: Of- fice Work. MARILYN KLEIN 355 Lexington St., Auburndale Favorite Pastime: Getting ap- plause Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Er- nest I: Day: College Newtonian 3: Drama Board 3: Drama Festival 1, 2, 3: Tennis 1, 2: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: English Club 1. an ax X 0- im! . " a 35 . JUDITH MARILYN KLEINBERG 25 Audubon Dr., Chestnut Hill Judy Suppressed Desire: To get an M. R. S. Degree in college Favorite Pastime: Waiting for the 2:30 bell on F. T. G. Day CFri- day, thank goodnessb Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: History in 2204 with Bev, Judy, and Marjie I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Packard, Miss Kalivas, and Miss Lymperis II: Weeks, College Legislature 3: Senior Play 3: Fu- ture Teachers Club 3g Music Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 3. JANET M. KOCH 114 Beaumaux Ave., Newtonville Suppressed Desire. To open a re- freshment stand at the D. F. A. - Bread anyone? Favorite Pastime: Bombing around in the "hot ford" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: A special member of the class of '57 I Will to N. H. S.: More great teachers like Mr. Stephens and Mr. Karpas II, Day, College Legislature 1, 2, Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 3: Honor Study Committee 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 39 Cavalry Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. BARBARA LINDA KRAMER 653 Boylston St., Newton Centre Shrimpy, Barbi gulgpressed Desire: To be at least Fondest Memory of N. H. S., The "Car Club" in back of Building II in my Junior year I Will to N. H. S.: A retirement plan for teachers at the age of 25 Ig Girls' Latin, Boston, College Newtonite 2: Golf 3: Archery 3: Bowling Club 2: Office Work lg French Club 35 Music Club 3. RICHARD STEVEN KRASKA 116 Ridge Ave., Newton Centre Ricki, Rick I: Weeks, College Camera Club 35 Home Room Manager 1: Aviation Club 39 Music Club 1, 2, 3. FRANCI-S ANTHONY KREIDEL 1662 Commonwealth Ave., West Newton Tony II: Arundel High, Bambrills, Maryland: College JANE ELIZABETH KUDISCH 23 Kenilworth St., Newton Centre Janie Suppressed Desire: To keep my desires suppressed Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Eating breakfast in the buggy I Will to N. H. S.: The Crumbs from my S-block lunch II: Bigelow: College Rally Committee 3: Dance Com- mittee 2g P. T. S. A. Membership Drive 35 Basketball 2, 33 Tennis 1, English Club 35 French Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1. Q Q 3 sf! A 'f A CAROL KURSON 20 Evelyn Rd., Waban Favorite Pastime: Thinking of excuses for not doing homework Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: iljrying to make Newtonian dead- me I Will to N. H. S.: Wider doors for the cafeteria I: Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 3, Newtonian 33 Senior Play 1, 2, 33 Spring Musical lg Drama Festi- val 1, 2, Tennis 1, Drama Club 1, 2, 3: English Club 25 International Club 35 Orchesis l, 2, 3. BENJAMIN MICHEL LABB 78 Leeson Lane, Newton Centre Litxy Favorite Pastime: Playing hide and seek with Mr. Neilson Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sleeping through Newton Plan II: Weeks, College Baseball 3: Football 1, 2: Intra- mural Sports 2, 3: English Club 31 Rifle Club 1: Spanish Club 2. KATHERINE ALICE LaFORCE 1 Channing St., Newton Corner Katherina Suppressed Desire: For those cer- tain days in June Favorite Pastime: "Bobbin" around II: Concord High School, Con- cord, Business Ofhce Work 1, 2. seo? JULIE LOUISE LAMBERT 2321 Washington St., Newton Lower Falls Suppressed Desire: To slide down the banisters of Buildings 1 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Packatd's Spanish class I Will to N. H. S.: S-Block lunches II: Warren, College Newtonian 3: Rally Committee 35 Art Club 2, 31 Cavalry Club 1, 2, 33 Studio 2, 33 Spanish Club 3. . and splurglhg on dates. .C . , 2' if: '... K 5 , -1' ' " ' I I . . ' 42- f 5 : 'f Q' fiiafE2'a..f1r2?i'124L. ",. N' i if . L -"' . 2 ' Y ' ' BRIAN MANNERING LANE EARLE ROBERT LANE 1700 Beacon St., Waban Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Football games in senior year I Will to N. H. S.: Underground parking lot for student parking I: Warren: College Civics Committee 3: Orange Shield 3: Music Club 3. 67 Audubon Dr., Chestnut Hill Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: J. C. Hall's Problems of America class I Will to N. H. S.: Padded stools for the science labs I: Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, 3: School Exchange 2: Newtonian, Photo Editor 3: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3: Mathematics Club 2, 3: Radio Club 1, 2, 3. 5? OLGA JOY LANGILLE 21 Russell Rd., Newton Suppressed Desire: To be the first cyclist to reach the moon Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. March and the orchestra I: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 1: Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 2: Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1: Tennis 3: Field Hockey 1, 2: Archery 2: Badmin- ton 33 Chemistry Club 3: Future Teachers Club 1: International Club 3: Mathematics Club 2, Secretary 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. -! Ii FRANCES ROSALIE LANNI 13 Emerson St., Newton Fran Favorite Pastime: Riding in a white convertible I Will to N. H. S.: Asiatic Flu IVA: Bigelow: Business Vespers 2: Dance Committee 2: Archery 1: Badmintonlg Music Club 1. I went to the junior prom, JOHN PATRICK LARKIN 785 Centre St., Newton Pat Suppressed Desire: To beat Peg's Rocket Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Paetg's" school day traveling agency I Will to N. H. S.: 1,000,000 sugar lumps for teachers to munch on II: B. C. High School, Boston: College Senior Play 39 Drama Festival 3: Dance Committee 3: Stage Crew 3: Rifle Club 3. STUART MICHAEL LASOFF 73 Ridge Ave., Newton Centre Stu, Stuie Favorite Pastime: Walking to class with that certain someone I Will to N. H. S.: More time between 3rd period and S-Block My late slip II: Weeks: College Publications Board 1: Home Room Manager 1, 2: Social Board 1, 2: Science Fair 2. MARY ANN LAWSON 49 Lindbergh Ave., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To banish Newton Plan Favorite Pastime: Walking home Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the wonderful kids I have met I Will to N. H. S.: My three younger sisters II: Warren: College Rally Committee 2: Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 1: Spanish Club 3: School Exchange 3. HENRY A. 36 College Rd., Fondest Memory Chemistry Class Friday I Will to N. H. ditioning system labs LEAVITT Chestnut Hill Mr. Goldman's on last period S.: An air-con- for the science I: Brookline High, Brookline: College Camera Club 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 3. MICHAEL PRENTISS LEAVITT 161 Sumner St., Newton Centre Sparkle Suppressed Desire: To make the trade school co-ed Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The sophomore girls I Will to N. H. S.: An OHMS trainer for the radio shop IIIA: Weeks: College Football 1: Radio Club 1: Rifle Club 1. JUDITH ANN LeBARON 28 King St., Auburndale Judy, LeB Suppressed Desire: To make all my acquaintances Friends Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All state chorus, 1956 I: Warren: College Vespers 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 1, 2: All State Chorus 2: Tigerettes 1, 2, 3: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: Sophomore Committee 1: Field Hockey 1: Fencing 1, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. JANE ELLEN LEBOWICH 34 Evelyn Rd., Waban Janie Suppressed Desire: That some day someone will say, "Jane, please eat, you're too thin!" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cleaning crumbs out of my desk at 12:05 I: Warren: College Tigerama Committee 1: Senior Play 3: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 1: Make-up Club 33 Ca- valry Club 1: French Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 3. STEPHEN LEMPITSKI 1111 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Lem Favorite Pastime: Hot Rods I Will to N. H. S.: One old, broken carburator IIIA: Weeks: Service JAMES ARTHUR LEONARD 2007 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Jim Favorite Pastime: Sports Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Lynn English hockey game in the state tournament of my junior year I Will to N. H. S.: A detective to round up Mr. Sanborn's athletic equipment II: Warren: College Legislature 2, 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Ice Hockey 1, 2, Captain 3. FREDERICK NEAL LERNER 56 Clifton Rd., Oak Hill Fred, Freddy Suppressed Desire: To remove no parking signs from Cabot St. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Rocking the floor in 128 II: Weeks: College Newronite 3: International Club 1, 3. JUDITH ANNE LEVENSON 6 Shuman Cir., Newton Centre Judy Favorite Pastime: "Mixing" with the kids Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: U. S. History in 2204 with Marjie, Judy, and Bev I Will to N. H. S.: My brother Georgie II: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Golf 3: Archery 1, 2, 3: French Club 3: Music Club 2, 3. BRYNA MAY LEVINE 64 Myrtle St., West Newton Bryna, Bryn, Little One Suppressed Desire: To look at the world through lavender-colored glasses I Will to N. H. S.: The morning after the night before-mornin' Hazzy II, Warren: College Newronite 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Orhce Work 3: Drama Club 1, 3: Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club 3: Orchesis 2. Sprlhg MUSIICGL '27 SANDRA DIANE LEVINE 30 Spaulding Lane, Oak Hill Sandy Suppressed Desire: To like more red things Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The memorable May 24th in my junior year I Will to N. H. S.: My long lost pony tail II: Brookline High: College Legislature 2: Home Room Man- ager 3: Newronite 3: Senior Play 2: Dance Committee 1: Girls' Chorus 1: P. T. S. A. 2, 3: Drama Club 3: Music Club 2, 3. NAOMI BAILEY LEVOWICH 96 Shornecliffe Rd., Newton "Nomie" Favorite Pastime: Fitting in home- work between phone calls, espe- cially those "important" ones I Will to N. H. S.: The smallest parking space in front of N. H. S. for the next owner of a Hillman I: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 2: New- tonian 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2: Rally Committee 2: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Ushers l: Drama Club 1, 2: English Club 1, 3: French Club 2: Latin Club JOAN LEWIS 21 Hammond St., Chestnut Hill Joanie Suppressed Desire: To go to Har- vard College Favorite Pastime: Studying f Ha! J Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Ex- change I: Bigelow: College National Honor Society 2, Treas- urer 3: School Exchange 2: Spring Musical 1, 2: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 1: Class Secretary 3: Orange Book, Assistant Editor 2: Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra: P. T. S. A. Membership Drive 2: English Club, Treasurer 1: Vice-President 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3. MARTHA LEWIS 1545 Beacon St., Waban "Marty" Suppressed Desire: To have all student faculty at school for a month Favorite Pastime: Excursions with Stevie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My one and only year at N. H. S. I Will to N. H. S.: My seat in Mr. Fischer's Class II: Searsport High, Maine: Col- lege Rally Committee 3: Music Club 3: Outing Club 3. Drama F est1'vaL A ,atllii ERICKSON LIEF 32 Park Ave., Newton Corner ..RiC,,. UI-eafy.. Suppressed Desire: To get all A's Favorite Pastime: Running up and down the school's Staircases Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The leaky tunnels I Will to N. H. S.: My sister Sarita I: Brookline High, Brookline: College Orange Shield 3: Camera Club 2, 3. G. CARLTON LIND 71 High St., Newton Upper Falls Carl Suppressed Desire: To make a complete collection of Hank Wil- liams' records Favorite Pastime: Sailing Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 2:30 I Will to N. H. S.: A new trio I: Weeks: College ROBERTA ANN LITZERMAN 56 Waverly Ave., Newton , Bert Suppressed Desire: To pass Ken- yan physics Favorite Pastime: Racing the 2:30 bell Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Watching the clock at 2:29 I Will to N. H. S.: 15 minutes between each class I: Bigelow: College X Newtonite 1: Rally Committee 3: Junior Class Committee 2: Dance Committee 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Ca- valry Club 3: Chemistry Club 2: Orchesis 1, 2: Outing 3. MARTIN LOBEL 3 Nardone Rd., Newton Centre Marty Suppressed Desire: To find a parking space in front of school Favorite Pastime: Dating Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Latin translation with Miss Jewett I Will to N. H. S.: A live bomb for air raid drills I: Boston Latin, Boston: College Debating Club 2, 3: Rifle Club 3. SONYA LEIGH LOEB 170 Lake Ave., Newton Centre Suni Suppressed Desire: I haven't got one - yet! Favorite Pastime: Procrastinating I: Weeks: College Legislature 1: Sophomore Class Committee: Home Room Man- ager 3: Orange Book 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: English Club 2, 3: Latin Club 1. LEONARD O. LOOKNER 19 Rangeley Rd., West Newton Lenny Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: B 2-4 in my junior year I Will to N. H. S.: A Hollywood mufiler for the driver education car II: Warren : College Football 1, 2, 3. DAVID FREDERICK LOUIS 72 Saint Mary's St., Newton Lower Falls Dave, Lou Favorite Pastime: Basketball and just being with the great friends I've made at N. H. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year with a "certain" sophomore girl I: Warren: College Legislature 1, 3: Civics Board 3: Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Tigerama Committee 2: Rally Committee 2: Vespers 1, 2: Boys Vice President of Associates 3: P. T. S. A. Board 3: A Capella Choir 1, 2: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 3. RICHARD E. LOURIE 37 Dwhinda Rd., Waban Spider Suppressed Desire: To become Mr. Universe and make a million dollars Favorite Pastime: Hanging around the corner and wearing black "T" shirts I: Warren: College Home Room Manager 3: Tigera- ma Committee 3: Anti-Smoking Committee 3: Track, Indoor 3. DOMINIC ANTHONY LUCENTE 27 Cottage Pl., West Newton Luche Favorite Pastime: "Forget It" I Will to N. H. S.: The flat tires on the car I never had IIIA: Our Lady's, Newton: Serv- ice GRACE LOUISE LUDWIG 3 Whittlesey Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: That's a se- cret! Favorite Pastime: Thinking! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year!! I Will to N. H. S.: More classes like Mr. Packard's II: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 3: Dance Com- mittee 2, 3: Badminton 1, 2, 3: Intermural Sports 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. ARLENE LUNIN 27 Payne Rd., Newton Highlands Aullie, Lennie Suppressed Desire: To speak at a faculty meeting Favorite Pastime: Trying to stay out of trouble with the kids I: Girls' Latin, Boston: College Volley Ball 1: Drama Club 1: French Club 34 Latin Club 1. MARLENE PATRICIA LYGDMAN 37 Cypress St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: Become an air- line rostess Favorite Pastime: All the kids I've met I Will to N. H. S.: More boy's with crew-Cuts IV: Day: Business Tigerama Committee 1: Rally Committee 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Outing 1, 2. EUGENE ANTHONY LYNCH 44 Salisbury Rd., Newton Gene, Hugo Suppressed Desire: To see Eddie Shore's Springfield Indians win first place in the N. H. L. and also the Bolder Cup Favorite Pastime: Seeing Don Simmons playing goal for the Bruins Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Crowded tunnels I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Malone and Mr. Hawkes IIIB: Warren: College Boys' Chorus 1, 2. MARGERY LYNCH 26 Lewis St., Newton Margie, Marge Favorite Pastime: Eating lollipops I Will to N. H. S.: My raccoon coat styled by Omar the tent maker I: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 1, 2: Ti- gerama Committee 1, 2: Senior Play 1, 3: Spring musical 1: Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Dance Com- mittee 1, 3: Stage Crew l: Ushers 1, 3: Senior Class Committee 35 Archery 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. GORDON MABEY 172 Park St., Newton Supptessed Desire: To finish three sandwiches in S-Block Favorite Pastime: Taking S-Block lunch Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Kenyon lunch class I Will to N. H. S.: Any home- work I might have done IV: Bigelow: Business Marching Band 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1: Music Club 2. PAUL BARTOW MacCALDEN 16 Bemis St., Newtonville Favorite Pastime: Sailing Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Math in 132 - Miss Bates I: Day: College Science Fair lg English Club 1: Mathematics Club 1: Meteorology Club 1, 2. M L- SUSAN R. MacCLOSKEY 124 Allerton Rd., Newton Highlands Sue Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Malone's Biology class I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Malone and Mr. Karpas II: Weeks: College Orchestra and Concert Band: Mu- sic Club 2, 33 Outing Club 3. 'vu X i i PAMELA ISABELL MacDONALD 107 Park St., Newton Pam Suppressed Desire: To make col- lege in September Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My senior year I Will to N. H. S.: A few more Canadians IV: Bigelow: College Rally Committee 1: Oiiice Work 2: Baseball 3: Tennis 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3. .X cv. -. 'ii' E 9 +0 rv' - W2-,ff 'fad '2'Y.,fQ. M s ,ig - A' ,. ERNEST JAMES MacDONALD, JR. 116 jewett St., Newton Corner Ernie Suppressed Desire: To have a good report card to get into col- lege Favorite Pastime: Sleeping during boring periods Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My neighbor in A Capella Choir, junior Year CM. GJ I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Packard EMILY ANN MacMILLAN 86 Park St., Newton Corner Emmy, Em Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: A Connecticut Yankee: Merry Mr. Merritt: Placid Q9 Mr. Packard I Will to N. H. S.: Another "big" musical Ig Bigelow: College Music Board 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 2: Rally Com- mittee 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3: A Ca- pella Choir 1, 2, 35 Madrigal Singers 3: Drama Club 3: Eng- lish Club 3, German Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. and applauded enthuszastically at Christmas Vespers JOHN ROSS MADDEN 19 Hallron Rd., Newton Lower Falls Johnnie Suppressed Desire: To complete a certain bargain with a certain someone Favorite Pastime: Spending time at number "25" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Three years with a certain some- one I: Warren: College Orange Shield 3: Intramural Sports 1. C 'K 4 . if gs if I 2i,.2t'iz'?q ' 'Q V - I ggriif-mfg: . A' 1 FRANCIS ALFRED MANGUSO 523 Boylston St., Newton Centre Frank Suppressed Desire: To hear J. C. praise something - anything! Favorite Pastime: Listenin' to R 'n R records Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss White's Pepsodent smile I Will to N. H. S.: A hydrant for the dogs in the cafeteria I: Weeks: College School Exchange 2: Newtonian 3: Intramural Sports 1, 5: Chemistry Club 2: French Club 3. DAVID MALCOLM 15 Oak St., Newton Upper Falls Dave Suppressed Desire: To graduate from-Newton High Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The lunch room Favorite Pastime: Girls IV: Saint Bernard Jr. High: Serv- ice BRENDA GAIL MANN 30 Fenwick Rd., Waban Brain No. 1 Suppressed Desire: To see Mr. Packard in a Crewcut Favorite Pastime: Riding around in Terry's "49" Ford convertible Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: After school sports and Kenyon gYm I Will to N. H. S.: Milk during S-Block lunch I: Weeks: College Senior Play 5: Leader Corps 33 Science Fair 1: Basketball 2, 5: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 1, 2, 33 Archery 1, 2, 3: Badminton WWII: .spring arrived Mr Howe, JOHN ANTHONY MANZELLI 256 Watertown St., Newton Corner Suppressed Desire: To be a suc- cessful businessman Favorite Pastime: Fishing Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Making the 8:30 bell I Will to N. H. S.: The crowded lunch room IV: Day: College JANE ELLEN MARA 257 Chestnut St., West Newton Janie Favorite Pastime: Frankie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The blasts at the Cape and our Gremlin parties II: Warren: College Home Room Manager 1: New- tonite 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3g Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 3: Try- Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Office Work 35 Basketball 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Mu- sic Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2. RICHARD MARASHLIAN 125 Langdon St., Newton Richie Suppressed Desire: To see a Hy- ing saucer Favorite Pastime: Throwing frap- pes at people I meet in Richards Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Watching Robin eat S-Block lunch I Will to N. H. S.: My one blue card II: Bigelow: College DAVID BRUCE MARCY 69 High St., Newton Upper Falls Suppressed Desire: To be an Ich- eologist Favorite Pastime: Boating Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My talks with Mr. Lambert I Will to N. H. S.: Somebody to make walking in the corridors easier II: Weeks: College CHARLOTTE LORRAINE MARDEN 110 Winslow Rd., Waban Shelly, Charl Favorite Pastime: "Lookin" with the kids Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The ride home from Cranston! II: Weeks: College Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 3: Rally Committee 2, 5: Dance Committee 2: Ushers 3: Junior Class Committee: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 33 Fencing 1: Cav- alry Club 2, 5: Music Club 2, 33 Orchesis 2. DONALD MICHAEL MARDEN 51 Eddy St., West Newton Don Suppressed Desire: To graduate I Will to N. H. S.: Menus for the cafeteria II: Day: College Baseball 1, 2, 5. : .ws : .ia Q 1:-4:9 t ' avr-Lag, ' r -Qt' -t t::. ' : +. , . was-.It1rm,-Q ge - .4 Y. - :.....,,g'-...g . ' .4 ""' .NWN . . .al i .ku x 5 .Q . . ' T . . .Q ..,. , 1 .srlis-'Rfk , KS, ' z - : 5 .N N 1 1. , 6 O i. i CESQHF PHYLLIS SANDRA MARDER 141 Evelyn Rd., Waban Suppressecl Desire: To accomp- lish my unaccomplished goal Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Peterson and his dragon I Will to N. H. S.: Mama Gold- stein's parties I9 Warren9 College Legislature 29 Newtonian 29 New- tonite 29 Tigerama Committee 29 Rally Committee 3g Dane Com- mittee 39 P.T.S.A. Membership Drive 39 Girls' Chorus 1, 29 Dra- ma Club 39 French Club 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 39 Library Club 39 Music Club 1, 2, 3. LUCY BARBARA MARINI 45 Hawthorn St., Nonantum Suppressed Desire: To see Jean Anderer's hair curled Favorite Pastime: Eating cookies during S-Block in 1206 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Getting drinks of water with M. L. I Will to N. H. S.: My brother and sisters IV9 Day9 Business Home Room Manager 29 Tiger- ama Committee 19 Rally Commit- tee 39 Tennis 1. WILLIAM FRANCIS MARKEY 1785 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Bill Suppressed Desire: To cut off J. C.'s mustache Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Getting up for early morning hockey practice I9 Warren9 College Legislature 1, 29 Home Room Manager 19 Orange Shield 33 Boys' Chorus 39 Vespers 19 Foot- ball 19 Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3. LEONARD M. MARKIR 77 Oldham Rd., West Newton Sabou, Crunchmire Suppressed Desire: To meet Sheena Favorite Pastime: Studying and! or females I9 Warreng College Newtonian 29 Tigerama Commit- tee 19 Senior Play 39 junior Red Cross Council 19 Dance Commit- tee 1, 29 Intramural Sports 39 Hunting and Fishing Club 35 Rifle Club 1, 39 Music Club 3. BRENDA MARIE MAROTTO 81 Woodward St., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To gallop a horse over a golf course Favorite Pastime: Riding around with the kids II9 Weeks9 College Tigerama Committee 39 Vespers 1, 2, 39 A Capella Choir 1, 2, 39 Girls' Chorusg Tennis 2, 39 Cavalry Club 2, 39 Music Club 3. DIANE VIRGINIA MARQUB 102 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Corner Di Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Connecticut Yankee I Will to N. H. S.: All the A's I didn't get in English II9 Bigelow9 College Legislature 39 Spring Musical 29 Rally Committee 1, 2, 39 Vespers 1, 2, 39 Dance Committee 19 Stage Crew 19 Madrigal Choir 39 Girls' Choir 1, 2, 39 A Capella Choir 1, 2, 39 Drama Club 39 Music Club 1, 2, 39 Outing Club 39 Spanish Club 3. selection of publication staffs, WXE g 4 JOHN STANTON MARTEN 222 Winslow Rd., Waban Buz Suppressed Desire: To wiggle my feet until Building I falls down Favorite Pastime: Riding my bike, Weston, Route 20 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Karpas and Human Relations I Will to N. H. S.: My centrally located parking space I9 Weeks9 College 'GLORIE JEAN MASON 18 Dana Rd., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To get all A's Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Waltham vs. Newton games Favorite Pastime: Talking I Will to N. H. S.: More parties I9 Day9 College Rally Committee I, 2, 39 Outing Club 1, 39 Home Room Manager 29 Rifie Club 19 Legislature Pub- licity 2g Softball 29 Intramural Sports 3. THERESA ELIZABETH MARTIN 43 Bowdoin St., Newton Highlands Terry, Tim Suppressed Desire: To have a drag race with Mr. Packard through the tunnel between Build- ings I and II Favorite Pastime: Bombing around in the old Ford, looking for a parking space Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The many times that Miss Stones' doorstop was taken accidentally- on-purpose I Will to N. H. S.: The "ll0" Tiger from the lefthand door of my "CornPopper" WENDELYN MARIE MARTIN 155 Sumner St., Newton Centre Wendy Suppressed Desire: To drive a motor scooter to and from the buildings Favorite Pastime: Not doing homeworkg driving Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My trip to New York with Mr. Willard's class I Will to N. H. S.: More Latin teachers like Mr. Bresnahan II9 Littleton High, Littleton, Mass.: College Senior Play 39 Drama Festival 39 Softball 19 Intramural Sports 19 Drama Club 39 English Club 39 Music Club 2, 3. N H Sf might at Pops, ROBERT HALE MASOW 80 Hillside Ave., West Newton Bob Suppressed Desire: To play hoc- key Favorite Pastime: Sports Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Merritt I Will to N. H. S.: Higher fences surrounding the football field I: Bigelow: College Vespers 2, 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Junior Class Committee 2: A Capella Choir 2, 3: Glee Club 1: Boys' Chorus 1: Meteorology Club 1: Music Club. 1 .. Egwzattw-25321555 , 5 . f.,,Q1,.sx, -. . . '.-5::fQg:,.ot:23ig:,,vs ew' Zsststaisi - V - . f,sgisNa..127.:t f af..2ffahes??ti1s2 3? " s ,Ze5fs5QfZ?gg?3?FSgQts:iEw. . .. .ii :FE . 5 X 5- J s ANN LORETTA MAURO 458 Watertown St., Newton Dolly Suppressed Desire: To marry C. F. Favorite Pastime: Being with Charlie IV: Day: Business Legislature 2: Newtonite 1: Rally Committee 3. ip , . ROBERT MICHAEL MATHERWIEZ 10 Cliff Rd., Newton Upper Falls Bob Suppressed Desire: To steam up Mr. Harris's glasses Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Goldman, Chemistry I Will to N. H. S.: A roller skate for Kenyon Driver Ed. I: Weeks: College Football 1, 2. as -v 1 -ewg rx .. I ' H .PfI'I:i7f 33l- " . -at r ,Q 'em :tt .. ' -- - , my y-w,-,,p.- Wg --tf,,,sf:1- A . gf, it-14 f Q 'gig ti. GEORGE MAXCEY 65 Bowers St., Newtonville Porky Suppressed Desire: To go through college with the kids from high school Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Fighting with Connerney in Mr. Ferguson's class I Will to N. H. S.: Number 27 IV: Day: College Orange Shield 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3. MARIAN JUDITH MAYZER 20 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To be Delilah for the rest of my life Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Passing outside in sub-zero wea- ther I Will to N. H. S.: My gym suit which was stolen from my locker I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 1: New- tonite 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2, 3: Ushers 3: Clas Com- mittee 2: Theatrical Workshop 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 1. BELINDA ANN MCCARTHY 84 Erie Ave., Newton Highlands Linda, Lin Favorite Pastime: Looin' with the kids Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: A certain blind date on March 16, 1957 II: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 3: Spring Musical 1: Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance Commitee 1: Basketball 1: Fencing: Music Club 33 Or- chesis 1, 2: Outing Club 1. RICHARD FRANCIS McCARTHY 2081 Beacon St., Waban "Mac", Dick Suppressed Desire: To return to Westview, Pa. Favorite Pastime: Listening for the end of period bells Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the confusion and red tape that makes up N. H. S.: I: Warren: College Legislature 2, 3: Home Room Room Manager 2, 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: School Exchange 2: Football 1, 2, 3: Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3: International Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Mathematics 1, 2, 3. JOHN CHARLES MCCLOSKEY 29 Eden Ave., West Newton John, Mac, Charlie Suppressed Desire: To date V.M.M. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior year I: Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 33 Legislature 2: School Exchange 2: Science Fair 3: Class Committee 2: Mathematics Club 3. FRANCIS JOSEPH MCDONALD 127 Dickerman Rd., Newton Highland Frank, Mac Suppressed Desire: To be eligi- ble Favorite Pastime: jane Marie Ellen Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My scholastic achievements 1: Weeks: College Legislature 1, 2: Home Room Manager 1, 2: Orange Shield 2: Tigerama Committee 2: Dance Committee 1: Boys' Chorus 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 3: Ice Hockey 1: Intramural Sports 2, 3. CAROLINE CROMWELL McFARLAND 6 Brush Hill Rd., Newton Highland Carol Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The class of 1958: The terrihc football games: Tigerama I Will to N. H. S.: More Spring Musicals like the one of '56 I: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Spring Musical 1: Rally Committee 2, 3: junior Red Cross Council 3: Dance Committee 1, 2: P.T.S.A. Character Development Commit- tee 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2: Music Club 2, 3: Orchesis 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: School Exchange 3. N I6 1 . t ,. .,.,-:g,fjtf5!?5i?fLr5rf s f 1: ,, , '1.:ss?sw:5ssf :- fs. ...,-1 ii i firia f A.L- . ' rr. .1 .Q '.e...,-' l Y hr.Qa.f.r-vw-5.1 N ' 1 -7 J? . f Q"f"!g:, f. 3 S alfrrfi gg-Sa fm.. sy Q . . 1 J, s. ' .. 'F if sw... THOMAS ARTHUR MCGINNIS 18 Westview Terr., West Newton Tom, Slime Suppressed Desire: To be on a State Championship baseball team I Will to N. H. S.: Food instead of hot plates in the cafeteria Ilg Warren: College Legislature 1, 23 Baseball 2, 33 Football 1. JANICE ANN MCGOVERN 169 River St., West Newton Jan Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: English class in room 328 with Mrs. Wallace I Will to N. H. S.: My sister Carol IV: Warren: Business Ofiice Work 2, 33 Rally Commit- tee 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 33 Golf 33 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Field Hockey 15 Archery 33 Softball 1: Music Club 33 Outing Club 1, 3. MARGARET FRANCES MCGRATH 25 Newland St., Auburndale Peggy Suppressed Desire: just to amble along from class to class Favorite Pastime: Working IV: Warren, Business MICHAEL MCINTYRE 50 Harvard St., Newtonville Mike, Mac Favorite Pastime: Going home from school Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Charlie's class I Will to N. H. S.: My home rooms in Building II II, Our Lady's, Newton: College JUDITH ANITA MCLAUGHLIN 93 Union St., Newton Centre "Judi-Babes" II3 Jeremiah E. Burke High School: College Suppressed Desire: To be a suc- cess Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day I sat on a tack in my Problems of Democracy Class Favorite Pastime: Dancing VIRGINIA MARIE MCLAUGHLIN 11 Chatham Rd., Newton Highlands Ginny Favorite Pastime: Lookin' with the kids Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Singing with the quartet fHi- tones, Pony tails, Newtonettesj Ilg Weeks, College Tigerama Committee 33 Spring Musical 1, Rally Committee 33 Ushers 33 Quartet Singing 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Basket- ball lg Musil Club 2, 33 Orchesis 1, 25 Outing Club 1, 3. WILLIAM H. MCMULLEN 19 Melville Ave., Newtonville Billy II: Day: College Intramural Sports. lx ROBERT PAUL MELANSON 49 Wellington St., Waltham Bob Favorite Pastime: Replacing light bulbs Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Chief CMr. Densmoreb I Will to N. H. S.: The burnt- out cigarette butts in the electri- cal room IIIAQ Waltham Trade: Walthamg Business 1 fl 9 . JOSEPH PATRICK MCWILLIAMS 136 Cherry St., West Newton Joe Favorite Pastime: Holding up the pillar in the cafeteria I Will to N. H. S.: Three cartons of Bromo-seltzer for sale in the cafeteria II, Our Lady's: College Aviation Club 33 Cavalry Club 33 Skating Club 3. f MICHAEL EFIM MELNICK 82 Lexington St., Auburndale Mike Suppressed Desire: To hear Mr. Packard's speech on punctuation Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The food in the cafeteria I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Miss Creedon II: Warren: College Science Fair 33 German Club 2, 3. and election o senior class officers. PAUL ANTHONY M ESSORE 375 Elliot St., Upper Falls Muzi Suppressed Desire: To be a pro- fessional race car driver Favorite Pastime: Going to the stock car races Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Watching the "57" models walk by in room ZT I Will to N. H. S.: A pair of boots for Mr. Toscano's snow jobs IHA, Weeks: Service Administrative Aid. PETER EDWARD MEYER 276 Franklin St., Newton Corner Suppressed Desire: Not to have my picture in the yearbook Favorite Pastime: Unsuppressing my desires Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being lost in the Building II wing for three terrible hours I Will to N. H. S.: More activi- ties so that I can not partake in more Ig Bigelow: College Basketball 1. HAROLD J. METCALF 48 Nathan Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To see the gas apparatus fall from J. C.'s window ledge Favorite Pastime: Fighting the problem Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The windows on Deer Island I Will to N. H. S.: A system where the teachers change classes instead of the students I: Bigelow: College National Honor Society 2, 3g Home Room Manager 2: New- tonian 35 Science Fair 1, 2, 3, Math Club 1, 2, Treasurer 33 School Exchange 33 Chemistry Club 3: Physics Club, Vice Pres- ident 3. NANCY BARBARA MICHELSON 5 Annapolis Rd., West Newton Favorite Pastime: Running to catch buses I Will to N. H. S.: Glue for Building I Ig Day: College Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 33 Sen- ior Play 3g Spring Musical 1, 2, Dance Committee 1, 25 Golf 1, Tennis lg English Club 1: French Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 33 School Exchange 3. V, T71 T' r hllshes- : e lge F 2 K 5 K JAMES B. MILLER 64 Cabot St., Newton Rebel, jim Suppressed Desire: To make a million dollars Favorite Pastime: Sleeping Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: A 1940 Chevy I Will to N. H. S.: A well worn Confederate Hag Ig Fairborn High School: College Orange Book 2: Baseball, Mana- ger I, 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club lg Rifle Club 1, 3. VIVIEN LEE MILLER 423 Ward St., Newton Centre Viv Suppressed Desire: To receive a rainbow Favorite Pastime: 3 on a date Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Eating breakfast in front of Build- ing I II: Bigelow, College Rally Committee 35 Tennis 2, 3: Intramural Sports 25 English Club 3: French Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club lg Spanish Club 3. DUSHAN MITROVICH 105 Waban Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill Suppressed Desire: To use calcu- lus in Kenyon Physics Class Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Hall's Kenyon Chem. Class, Miss Drew's Kenyon Bio. Class Favorite Pastime: Deriving "sim- ple" solutions to Math problems Ig Bigelow, College Home Room Manager lg National Honor Society 2, 33 Physics Club 3. DOROTHY ANN MONFORTE 43 Harris Rd., West Newton Dot, Dottie Favorite Pastime: Bombing around in Leona's, "hot Ford" and my "hot Dodge" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Goldman's Chemistry Class I Will to N. H. S.: All the chemistry tests I didn't pass Ig Warren, College Orange Shield 2, Rally Commit- tee 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Office Work lg Latin Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 3. SARAH FRANCES MONTESANTI 96 Pine St., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To become a secretary Favorite Pastime: Eating lunch during S-Block Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My sophomore year I Will to N. H. S.: Young male teachers IV: Warren: Business JOHN WILLIAM MOORE 187 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Lucky Suppressed Desire: To take an unopened parachute back Favorite Pastime: Holding up the pillars in the cafeteria Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sophomore girls I Will to N. H. S.: Co-ed plan for trade school IIIAQ Warren: Service xg 5 'T' .f-x . .- -S' 'F Q i X I s 1 , 9 PETER SETH MOORE 15 Oak Terr., Newton Highlands Pete Suppressed Desire: To own a li- brary Favorite Pastime: Leaving school at 2:30 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Home room in 1206 I Will to N. H. S.: My math slide rule II: Weeks: College Intramural Sports 3. RICHARD NELSON MORAN 63 Highland Ave., Newtonville Ace Suppressed Desire: To build a hot rod Favorite Pastime: Girls at Quincy High Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the swell teachers I have had I Will to N. H. S.: Two rubber marks in front of Building I Il: Bigelow: Service Science Fair 2: Motion Picture Squad 1. JUDITH MOREAU 41 Capital St., Nonantum Favorite Pastime: Playing held hockey and softball on Newton High Campus Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Two years in Mr. Little's French class II: Our Lady's, Newton: College Table Tennis I, 2, 3: Bowling 1, 2, 3: Basketball I, 2, 3: Golf 1, 2, 3: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Field Hoc- key 2, 3: Archery 1, 2, 3: Bad- minton I, 2, 3: Softball 1, 2, 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. ANNE JAFFIN MORRISON 77 Atwood Ave., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To study one year in Israel I Will to N. H. S.: An art de- partment that isn't hidden the attic or buried in the cellar I: Day: College Legislature 2: Civics Committee 3: Newtonian 39 Newtonite 1: Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Senior Play 2, 3: Spring Musical 2, 3: Drama Festival 2, 3: Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Art Club 1, 2, 3: English Club 1: French Club 2. DANIEL JAY MORRISON 79 Atwood Ave., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To walk on the grass while smoking Favorite Pastime: Running for an unattainable office lg Day: College Legislature 1, 33 Civics Commit- tee 2, 3: Finance Board, Chair- man 3: Orange Shield 3: New- tonian 3: Class Committee 2: Dance Committee 2: Ushers 2: Basketball 1: Fotball Manager 1, Z: Basketball Manager 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 2: Rifle Club l: School Exchange 3. HARVEY LEONARD MORRISON 34 Washburn St., Newton Suppressed Desire: To join the Foreign Legion Favorite Pastime: Photography Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Word's jr. Home Room II: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 2, 31 Or- ange Shield 3: Newtonite Z, 3: Motion Picture Squad 2, 3: Bas- ketball Manager I, 2, 3: Camera Club 2, 3: Cavalry Club 2, 3: International Club 1, 2: Rifle Club 2. Joy! Ecstasy! Rapturef' JOYCE MARGARET MORRISEY I3 Craft St., Newtonville joycee, Babes Suppressed Desire: To become a secretary Favorite Pastime: Eating: sleep- ing Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Knowing so many swell kids I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Bachelder IV: Our Lady's, Newton: Busi- ness .ai 1 'xg i..s-QZPQMQ HELGA LOUISE MUELDER S2 Osford Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To be 5' 2" Favorite Pastime: Eating tluring orchestra Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Packard's German Class I Will to N. H. S.: A new Build- ing I I National Honor Society 2: Spring Musical 2: Vespers Z, 3: Orches- tra 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. asf- .rtfit . wo- i K E3 tim. , JEAN WARNER MOSHER Il Prospect Terr., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To be on the exchange Favorite Pastime: Discussing homework Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: I.ast'year's Rummage Sale I Will to N. ll. S.: The class ring I tlitln't buy I: Day: College Home Room Manager 2, 53 xlun- ior Retl Cross Council 33 Tennis l, 2, 33 Outing Club l. 'iff THOMAS JOSEPH MULHERN 90 Christina St., Newton llighlantls Tommy Suppressed Desire: To have a bar set up in my own cellar Favorite Pastime: Getting Miss Lee tlusteretl Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Latin Class in Ili l Will to N. ll. S.: All my blue cards II: Saint Mary's, Boston: College Baseball 3. Iflhalbf reached the top- JANICE ELINA MUNRO 455 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Jan Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Many good times I Will to N. H. S.: Escalators II: Day: College Rally Committee 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2: Dance Committee 2: Olhce Work: Tennis 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 2, School Ex- change 3. MARJORIE ANN MUNROE 12 King St., Auburndale Midge Favorite Pastime: No time for pastime I Will to N. H. S.: A tunnel be- tween Buildings 1 and 2 I: Warren: College Legislature 2: Orange Shield 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3: Dance Committee 1: Ushers 3: Class Secretary 1: School Ex- change 3: Associate Council 3: Sophomore Class Committee 1: A Capella Choir: Mathematics Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Out- ing Club l, School Exchange 3. SUSAN MURDOCK 89 Waban Pk., Newton BRIAN THOMAS MURPHY 28 Wamesit Rd., Waban Sue Suppressed Desire: To get into Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 3 30041 College Study Q5 periods in 1204 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 1 Will to N. H. s.: Two more Thelweekends cafefefias I IO H. Cooney's NSOH I: Girls' Latin, Boston: College I? Waffeni College , Class Committee 2: Drama Club A CaP911a Ch0l1' 11 BOYS Ch0l'US 2: Music Club 3: Orchesis 2. 2, 35 Baseball 1- DANIEL ROBERT MURPHY 14 Llewellyn Rd., West Newton Dan Suppressed Desire: To tear down Building I Favorite Pastime: Sleeping in S- Block Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The delicious food I Will to N. H. S.: Timing clocks for Elm Road I: St. Sebastian's, Newton: College Music Club 1, 2: Rifle Club 1. RONALD GEORGE MURRAY 233 School St., Waltham Ronnie Favorite Pastime: Riding around in a '57 Cadillac convertible Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The bell at 3:10 I Will to N. H. S.: All my old textbooks IIIA: South Junior High, Wal- tham: Service Basketball. PETER PAUL MYERSON 25 Latch Rd., Waban Pete, P. M. Suppressed Desire: To "light up" in front of Mr. Swan Favorite Pastime: Girls Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Leaving I Will to N. H. S.: E lunch I: Warren: College Legislature 3: Tennis 3: Music Club 1, 2. JOHN S. NAGY 128 Avalon Rd., Waban Gypsy Suppressed Desire: To fulfill a suppressed desire Favorite Pastime: Thinking Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Parking on society at 8:25 in the robust "46" I Will to N. H. S.: Smoking room Bldg. 3, Automats for tunnels II: Weeks: College Stage Crew 1: Science Fair 1: Mo- tion Picture Squad 1: Aviation Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3. CHARLES EDWARD NAHABEDIAN 1623 Center St., Newton Highlands "Chuck" "Naho" Suppressed Desire: Take life "easier" Favorite Pastime: Working on "business" Fondest .Memory of N. H. S.: Boys' Chorus '58' I Will to N. H. S.: Another Mr. Peterson I: Weeks: College Legislature 1, 2, 3: Civics Com- mittee 2, 3: Anti-Smoking Com- mittee 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Mathe- matics Club 2, 3: Music Club 1. HELEN NATSIS 25 Bowers St., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To be five feet tall Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Pierce's "Busted Gas Gauge" I Will to N. H. S.: School spirit II: Day: College Orange Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Commit- tee 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee 2: Ushers 3: Senior Class Commit- tee 3: Music Club 2, 3: Orchesis 2. Is SSL, EDWARD BERYL NEEDELL 15 Blake St., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To keep Mr. Ward after school Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Ward, Connecticut Yankee: Messiah 2, 3, Mr. Walters II: Bigelow: College Spring Musical 2: Vespers 2, 3: A Capella Choir 2, 3: Boys' Cho- rus 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1: Basketball 3: Football 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 3. RUTH PHYLLIS NEISTADT 49 Woodlawn Dr., Chestnut Hill Suppressed Desire: To get my research paper back from Mrs. Goldstein Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Karpas' class I Will to N. H. S.: Mr. Peter- son's dragon I: Bigelow: College Newtonite 2: Rally Committee 3: Vespers 2, 3: A Capella Choir 2, 3: Glee Club 1: French Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: English Club Board 3: P.T.S.A. Commit- tee 3. CONSTANTINE NICHOLAS NELLOS 133 Eastbourne Rd., Newton Centre Chico, Connie Suppressed Desire: To open a beverage stand for Donny L. and Dick G. Favorite Pastime: To watch all the blue bloods go by Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Roaming the Buildings I Will to N. H. S.: A Better Batch of Females II: Weeks: College Intramural Sports 3: Latin Club 1: Alpha Beta 1. PRISCILLA LOUISE NEWALL 79 Hillside Ave., West Newton Pussy Suppressed Desire: Not yet sup- pressed I Will to N. H. S.: My worn down soles and falling arches I: Warren: College Legislature 3: Spring Musical 1: Rally Committee 2, 3: junior Red Cross Council 3: Vespers 2, 3: Leader Corps 2: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: P.T.S.A. Character De- velopment Committee 2, 3:,Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 2, 3. LORAINE NEWSTADT 131 Langdon St., Newton Lori Suppressed Desire: To become the teacher in 123 Favorite Pastime: Doing Mr. Har- ris' English Assignment I Will to N. H. S.: My worn out walking shoes I: Bigelow: College Orange Shield 2: Senior Play 3: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 1: Vice-President of the Make-Up Club 3: Tennis 2: French Club 2, 3: Future Teachers 3: Music Club 1, 3. ELEANOR PATRICIA NORTON 156 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Corner Ellie Favorite Pastime: Dodging swing- ing doors I Will to N. H. S.: My bruises from the doors I didn't dodge I: Bigelow: College Tigerama Committee 1: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 1, 2: Archery 1, 2: Softball 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. LESLIE EVERETT OBER 66 Pleasant St., West Newton Les Suppressed Desire: To join the Foreign Legion Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The parties at the bungalow I Will to N. H. S.: D lunch II: Day: College Home Room Manager 1: Anti- Smoking Committee 1: Science Fair 2: Football 1, 3: Cavalry Club 3. KATHLEEN ANN O'DONNELL 490 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls Kathie, Katie Suppressed Desire: To be a Non- conformist Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Mein Liebster" I: Warren: College Legislature 1, 2, 39 Civics Com- mittee 3: Orange Shield, Captain 3: School Exchange 3: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2, 3, Headline editor 3: Music Board, Chairman 3: Ti- gerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: junior Red Cross Council 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2: Leader Corps 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 2, Chairman 3: Class Secretary 2: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3 KATHERINE ANN O'BRIEN 2 Walnut Terr., Newtonville Kathy Suppressed Desire: To get to the lunch room first Favorite Pastime: Talking to Viv- ian during class Fondest Memory of N. I-I. S.: Arguing with the teachers I Will to N. H. S.: My sister IV: Norwood High, Norwood: Business Home Room Manager 1: Base- ball l: Basketball 2: Fencing 3. PAUL O'CONNELL 37 Endicott St., Newton Highlands Punchy Suppressed Desire: To date a cer- tain blond Favorite Pastime: Watching all the girls pass between buildings Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the teachers that tried to help me with Blue Cards I Will to N. H. S.: All my Blue Cards that never reached the of- lice II: Weeks: College Baseball 1. becoming an exalted SENIOR! Responsibillty RONALD JOSEPH O'LAUGHLIN 14 Malvern Terr., Auburndale Ron, Ronny, O'I.augh Suppressed Desire: To bring an alarm clock with me on dates so I'd know when to go home Favorite Pastime: Hoping New- ton will have a championship in at least one sport this year Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Newton-Lynn English State Tour- nament Hockey Game in my jun- ior year I Will to N. H. S.: Numbers 34, 23 and 9 II: Warren: College Orange Shield 3: Boys' Athletic Board 2, Chairman 3: Baseball 1, SELMA OLDSMAN 132 Greenwood St., Newton Centre Sellie, Cindy Suppressed Desire: To be able to lock my car without leaving the keys inside Favorite Pastime: Walking be- tween the raindrops in the tun- nels II: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 3: Rally Committee 3: Office Work 2, 3: Bowling 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 3: Tennis 3: Archery 3: Theatrical Make-up Workshop 3: Music Club 3: Outing Club 1, 2: Span- ish Club 3. ANN OLIM 12 Athelstane Rd., Newton Centre Annie Suppressed Desire: To be another Gina Lollobridgida Favorite Pastime: The circle: Barby and our Dicks Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Summers, weekends, 2:30, and letter writing I Will to N. H. S.: More Indians like me II: Weeks: College Newtonite 2: Junior Red Cross Council 1: Dance Committee 1: Office Work 1, 2, 3: Golf 3: Ar- chery 2: Bowling 2: Art 2: Music Club 3. MARY FRANCES OLIVIERI 19 Wyoming Rd., Newtonville One-can Suppressed Desire: To learn how to twirl Favorite Pastiine: Feeding the ducks II: Day: College Legislature 2: Newtonian 2: Tig- erama Committee 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance Commit- tee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 1: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Office Work 1: Majorette 3: Basketball 2, 3: Softball 2, 3. walked hand in hand with becoming a senior NANCY ANNE ONCLEY 28 Grove Hill Pk., Newtonville Nan Suppressed Desire: To own a little red' M. G. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Radnor Exchange, Junior year I: Day: College School Exchange 2: Newtonite 1: Tigerama Committee 1: Spring Musical 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Vespers l, 2, 3: Dance Com- mittee 1, 2: A Capella Choir 2, 3: Glee Club 1: Madrigal Singers 3: English Club 1, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. IRENE MARGARET ORNER 127 Rand Terr., Auburndale Margaret Suppressed Desire: To be a good dancer Favorite Pastime: Listening to the unusual fro my earsb conver- sations of my fellow schoolgirls Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: German classes with Herr "demo- cratic dictator" Packard I Will to N. H. S.: A new flavor for the cafeteria soups I: Girls' High School, Durbon, South Africa: College Tennis 2, 3: Drama Club 3: Or- chesis 2, 3. SUSAN HARRIET OSTROFF 130 Austin St., Newtonville Suzy Suppressed Desire: To shoot Mr. Peterson's pet dragon in room 127 Favorite Pastime: Keeping up with my favorite pastimes Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being hit by a swinging door I Will to N. H. S.: More biology homerooms like 2304 I: Day: College Newtonian 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Dance Commit- tee 1, 2: Class Committee 2: Ten- nis 1, 2, 3: English Club l, 2: Future Teachers Club 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERTA OVEN 24 Morrill St., West Newton Bobbi Suppressed Desire: I'd tell if I could, but I can't, so I won't Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Every minute of my 3 wonderful yrs. - all the wonderful friends II: Day: College Rally Committee 3: Tigerama Committee 3: Dance Committee 1: Ushers 1: Make-up Commit- tee 3: Office Work 3: Golf 1: Tennis 2, 3: Bowling Club 1, 2, 3: English Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 3. DOROTHY EVELYN PAGE 36 Canterbury Rd., Newton Highlands Dotty Suppressed Desire: To go bicycl- ing in Europe Favorite Pastime: Reading books for English Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My biology class I Will to N. H. S.: A tunnel from Building I to Building II II: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Science Fair 2: Girls' Chorus 1: Archery 1: Mu- sic Club 1, 3: Outing Club 3. RONALD A. PAGLIA 18 Thornton St., Newton Rondo II: Bigelow: College Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: jumping the fence at football games Boys' Chorus 2: Math Club 2. SOPHIE PANAGIOTOPOULOS 15 Simpson St., Newton Corner Suppressed Desire: I would tell if I could, but I can't so I won't Favorite Pastime: Reading Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior Year IV: Brighton High School, Brigh- ton: Business Office Work 1. BRIAN MICHAEL PANELLA 25 Winter St., Newton Upper Falls Guinzo Bri Suppressed Desire: To be an "A" student Favorite Pastime: Those week- ends in Hyannis Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Spanish "Amigos" I Will to N. H. S.: More Women II: Weeks: College Orange Shield 2: Tigerama Com- mittee 3: Anti-Smoking Commit- tee 2: Intramural Sports 3: French Club 1. REGINALD VICTOR PARSONS 1564 Beacon St., Waban Reg Suppressed Desire: To succeed in life Favorite Pastime: Golf, a little friend Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Golf match at Belmont in the dark I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Packard II: Warren: College Legislature I: Football 3: Golf 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Ger- man Club l, 2. JOSEPH JOHN PASSERELLO 172 Newton St., Waltham Joe Suppressed Desire: To teach Mr. Hale's code class Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Densmore known to his boys as "The Chief" IIIA: Weeks: Service ELEANOR JANE PATERSON 596 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls Ellie, Ginger Suppressed Desire: To visit South America and Jamaica again I Will to N. H. S.: More boys like those from G. D. A. II: Warren: Business Rally Committee 3: Cavalry 1, 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3. RONALD SIDNEY PATTERSON 163 Melrose St., Auburndale Ron, Ronnie, Pat Suppressed Desire To come to school wearing kilts Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Cooperation" with substitute teachers I Will to N. H. S.: A time bomb for Building I I: Warren: College Stage Crew 3: Football Manager I: Aviation Club 3: German Club 2. X,. tgyh ity' 1' If ly! lr rv' X 7.0: .57 A as we become the pseudo-leaders o our school BARBARA ELLEN PEARLSTEIN 10 Travis Dr., Chestnut Hill Bonnie Suppressed Desire: To go to M.I.T. on my mathematical ability Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All my wonderful teachers I Will to N. H. S.: My tall, dark, and handsome brother I: Brookline High, Brookline: College Newtonian 3: Tigerama Commit- tee 2: Rally Committee 2: Drum Maiorette 2: Ushers 3: Tennis 3: Drama Club 3: Latin Club 3: Music Club 3. ALLAN ROY PAULSON 20 Rogers St., Newton Highlands A. P. Suppressed Desire: To have no Suppressed Desires Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Biology with Miss Drewes I Will to N. H. S.: My parking space - three miles from the school I: Weeks: College National Honor Society 2: Vice- President 3: Civics Committee 2, 3: Home Room Manager 2: Or- ange Shield 3: School Exchange 2: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 1: Vespers 3: Anti-Smoking Com- mittee 2: English Club 2, 3: Mu- sic Club 2, 3. MELVIN ALLEN PEABODY 20 Winter St., Upper Falls Favorite Pastime: Burning up the as Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The rock IIIA: Weeks: Service Football I: Track, Outdoor I. CHARLES HUNTINGTON PECK 181 Windor Rd., Waban Charlie Suppressed Desire: To watch a Newton vs. Rivers Football game Favorite Pastime: Wellesley Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Junior year I: Warren: College Rally Committee 3: Vespers 2, 31 Stage Crew 2: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: Boys' Chorus 3: Prop Committee 2: Hi-Y-2: Intramural Sports 1: Music Club 3: Rifle Club 2. We were liberatedf GERALDINE ANN PELCZAR 28 Buswell Pk., Newton Gerry, Ger, Rock Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Pittsburgh Exchange I Will to N. H. S.: My raisin boxes and pickle pin II: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 3: School Exchange 2: Tigerama Commit- tee 3: Spring Musical 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Tennis 2: Field Hockey 1, 2: Volley Ball 2: Intra- mural Sports l, 2, 3: Outing Club Li FRANCES ELIZABETH PELLEGRINI 60 Clinton St., Newton Sissy IV: Day: Business Suppressed Desire: To marry a certain somebody whose first name is Tony Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being out of S-Block Favorite Pastime: Standing out- side of 2200, waiting for my idol I Will to N. H. S.: All my teachers -1 . JANET PERLMUTER 32 Lantern Lane, Newton Centre Jan Suppressed Desire: To marry a confirmed bachelor Favorite Pastime: Trying to find Ellen around the high school I Will to N. H. S.: Cement land- scaping so that one will be able to walk on the grass I: Weeks: College Civics Committee 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Tigerama Committee 3: Leaders Corps 1: Anti-Smoking Committee 2, 3: Dance Committee 1: Girls' Cho- rus 1: Music Club 1, 2. ROBERT GILWELL PETTIT 264 Homer St., Newton Centre Bob, Bo Suppressed Desire: To get all my homework done every night Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Taking inventory on all the stock between classes I Will to N. H. S.: All my worn out pairs of moccasins I: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 1: Rally Committee 3: Dance Committee 1, 2: Boys' Chorus 3: Basketball 1: Football 1, 2: Track, Outdoor 1, 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 3: Rifle Club 1, 3. MARGARET ANN PFEIFER 85 Floral St., Newton Highlands IIIB: Sacred Heart: Business Suppressed Desire: To be a nurse NORMAN PHILLIPS 64 Royce Rd., Newton Centre Norm, Normy, Phil Favorite Pastime: Pursuing the finer things in life Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year II: Brookline High, Brookline: College Track, Outdoor 1. MARY ANN PHYLLIDES 86 Underwood Ave., West Newton Marilyn Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year: French? in 115 I Will to N. H. S.: My parking tickets from Elm Road II: Warren: College Tigerama Committee 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3: Ushers 3: A Ca- pella Choir 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Basketball 1, 3: Tennis 3: Field Hockey 1: Softball 1, 3: Drama Club 1: French Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 3. PATRICIA ELLEN PIERCE 42 Oakwood Rd., Newtonville Patsy, Pat Suppressed Desire: To roller skate through the tunnels Favorite Pastime: Being with the "skinny minnies" J Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day my gas gauge broke I: Day: College Legislature 2: Orange Shield 33 Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, officer 3: Leader Corps 2: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Senior Class Committee 3: Ar- chery 1: Music Club 1, 2, 31 Rifle Club 1. JOHN SAMUEL PISO 29 Cove Ave., Framingham Favorite Pastime: Women Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: IIIA teachers IIIA: Memorial Junior High, Framingham: Business CLAIRE JOYCE PITOCCHELLI 26 Elliot Pl., Newton Upper Falls Suppressed Desire: To become Mrs. H. S. G. Favorite Pastime: Being with Hal Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior year and 218 I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Gradone IV: Weeks: Business SANDRA ANN PLAMONDON 11 Woodland Rd., Auburndale Sandy Suppressed Desire: To install ele- vators in Bldg. l Favorite Pastime: Dates with my O. A. O. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Gallagher's Latin America class in my jr. year I Will to N. H. S.: One slightly used "Shakespeare" I3 Our Lady's High: College Girls' Chorus 2, 33 Bowling 23 Tennis 2, 33 Music Club 2, 33 Orchesis 33 Outing Club 2, 3. HORST W. PLENDL 170 Chestnut St., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To rake down all the signs prohibiting parking on joining streets Favorite Pastime: Girls Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cutting Mr. Boyle's class I Will to N. H. S.: To the stu- dent who has initiative to arrive at 7:00 at my parking space II3 Warren3 College Home Room Manager 33 Spring Musical 13 Ushers 23 Science Fair 1, 2. MARGARET ANN PODGORNI 187 Cypress St., Newton Centre Peg Suppressed Desire: To grow long curly eyelashes like Pat's Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: At 8:15 when Pat's steering wheel wouldn't turn the corner at the lights II3 Weeksg College Tigerama Committee 33 Senior Play 33 Spring Musical 33 Rally Committee 2, 33 Junior Red Cross Council 33 Dance Committee 33 Stage Crew 33 Science Fair 33 Of- fice Work 2, 33 Basketball 33 Golf 33 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Archery 1, 2, 33 Volley Ball 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Drama Club 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club 3. BARBARA MAE POLAND 52 Freeman St., Auburndale Barb Suppressed Desire: To give jean Anderer a Toni Favorite Pastime: Thinking of june 8, 1958 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year and all the great kids I've met I Will to N. H. S.: My History book now and forever IV3 Warren3 College Rally Committee 13 Ushers 13 Field Hockey 13 Music Club 13 Outing Club 1. JOHN RICHARD POWER, JR. 81 Pine Grove Ave., Newton Lower Falls Dick Favorite Pastime: Surveying the Sophomore Class Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The 2:30 bell I Will to N. H. S.: A carton of cigarettes for the Anti-Smoking Committee I3 Warren: College Legislature 13 Home Room Man- ager 23 Orange Shieldg Tigerama Committee 1, 23 Dance Commit- tee 23 Ushers: Class Committee 23 Basketball 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 French Club 23 Rifle Club 2. EBERHARDT PAUL PRAEGER 348 Old Conn. Path, Cochituate Ed Suppressed Desire: To graduate Favorite Pastime: Thinking Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: December, 1956 I Will to N. H. S.: Most of my books IIIA3 Wayland High, Wayland, Mass., Service MARILYN PRATT 504 Ward St., Newton Centre Lynn, Lynnie, Lartz Suppressed Desire: To reach 150 m.p.h. in nine seconds on gas Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the fun!!! Favorite Pastime: Bombing and dragging with the Kids!! I Will to N. H. S.: An odor-free cafeteria I3 Weeks3 College Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 33 Music Club 1, 2, 33 Publicity Committee for Senior Play. VICTORIA PRATT 36 Alexander Rd., Newton Highlands Vicky Suppressed Desire: To go around the world in eighty days Fondest Memory of N. ll. S.: Going to the football games: all the great kids I Will to N. H. S.: My skill in driving KOHU II3 Weeks: College Senior Play 33 Rally Committee 33 Fencing 23 Archery l, 23 Ar- chery l, 23 Orchesis 2, . QQ it ANN ELAINE PRECIOUS 191 Elliot St., Upper Falls joe-Ann Suppressed Desire: To be a bridesmaid for joannie and jackie Gamble Favorite Pastime: A. F. 1133238 joe I Will to N. H. S.: My six sisters and my two brothers IV3 Weeks3 Business Softball 13 Volley Ball 13 Outing Club 1, School Exchange 3. ERNEST HENRY PRESCOTT 31 Oak St., Newton Upper Falls Dirty Ernie Suppressed Desire: To be a good drummer Favorite Pastime: Changing from one hobby to another Fondest Memory of N. li. S.: The day l graduate l Will to N. H. S.: More poems like "Suzanne" for Mr. Drury IIIAL Weeks3 Service Last period SIUJIES elimzhatedf JULIAN FREDERICK PRINCE 51 Sherbrooke Rd., Newton Suppressed Desire: To take draw- ing lessons from Herr Packard Favorite Pastime: Trying to lig- ure out Dushan's "simple" meth- ods Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My teaching days in 115 I Will to N. H. S.: My brother jeff with my deepest sympathy I: Bigelow: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Newtonian 2, 3: Indoor Track Manager 2: Outdoor Track 1, 3: Intramural Sports 3: Mathemat- ics Club 1: Treasurer 2: President 3: School Exchange 3: Chemistry Club 3. ANNE MARY PROIA 311 Nevada St., Newtonville Mary Suppressed Desire: To receive a million dollars Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year: all the wonder- ful kids I Will to N. H. S.: Air condi- I: Day: College Newtonian 1: junior Red Cross Council I: Volley Ball 1: Outing Club 2. DAVID FRANCIS JOHN QUINN FREDERICK B. PUPA 261 Pearl St., Newton M Cheney Court" Suppressed Desire: To go on to Newton Upper Falls D. Q., Dave Suppressed Desire: To have changed to a passing mark Favorite Pastime: Bumping into Mr. Gradone while skipping S- Block Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day I broke the window in Building II, second floor I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Gradone IV: Weeks: Business Intramural Sports 1, 2. Higher Things Favorite Pastime: Playing pool I: Day: College QD" made passzhg grade! SALLY MARIE QUINN 29 Kensington St., Newtonville Favorite Pastime: Talking on the phone I Will to N. H. S.: The lunch bags I left during S-Block II: Day: College Legislature 3: Tigerama Commit- tee 1, 2: Rally Committee 2: Ar- chery 2: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. STEVEN E. QUINT 126 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre Steve Suppressed Desire: To light a butt in Building III office Favorite Pastime: Looking at pretty things Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Getting out I Will to N. H. S.: All the tire rubber from Elm St., to Walnut St. II: Brookline High, Brookline: College Orange Shield 3: Chemistry Club I: Science Club 1. STEPHEN RAKOV 14 Magnolia Ave., Newton Steve Suppressed Desire: To discipline the disciplinarians Fondest Memory of N. I-I. S.: Graduating I Will to N. I-I. S.: Elevated rooms that will go either up or down at a student's will I: Bigelow: College Legislature 1, 2: Intramural Sports 3: Rifle Club 3: Spanish Club 3. DAVID CHARLES RAMSDEN 100 Harvard St., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To own a trucking company I Will to N. H. S.: The one and only place I park my jeep IIIA: Day: Business RITAMAI ANN RANLEY 87 Richardson St., Newton Corner Curly Suppressed Desire: To have Mr. Simms as a substitute more fre- quently I Will to N. H. S.: My naturally curly hair: all textbooks IV: Aeton High: Business Dance Committee 1, 2:, Ushers 2: Home Economics Club 1, 2. PATRICIA BENT RANSOM 432 Dedham St., Newton Centre Pat Suppressed Desire: Ohio, here I come! Favorite Pastime: "Looking" with the kids! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: A certain special graduate of "57" I: Weeks: College Legislature 3: Tigerara Commit- tee 3: Rally Committee 3: Leader Corps 1, 2: Tennis 3: Drama Club 2, 3: Music Club 3, Orchesis 2: Outing Club 2. RICHARD HENRY RAPHAEL 917 Chestnut St., Waban Dick Suppressed Desire: To be a bril- liant math student Favorite Pastime: Saturday nights Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: S-Block Lunch I Will to N. H. S.: A jeep to use in the tunnels II: Weeks: College Boys' Chorus 3: Football 1: In- tramural Sports l, 2, 3: Rifle Club 1: Spanish Club 3. LOIS RUTH RAVERBY 55 Gay St., Newtonville Loie, Lo Suppressed Desire: To get on the Anti-Smoking Committee Favorite Pastime: Riding around in a certain steel gray Eldorado Saturday afternoons I: Day: College Home Room Manager 1, 2: New- tonite 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 3: Guidance Ofhce Work 2, 3: Golf 2: Tennis 3: Archery 2: French Club 2: Out- ing Club 1, 2. KENNETH LORING RAYMOND 41 Wedgewood Rd., West Newton Nick, Louie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The comfortable desks I Will to N. H. S.: A slightly wrecked Piper Cub I: Day: College Motion Picture Squad 1: Avia- tion Club 3. PAUL JOSEPH RAYMOND 90 Grant St., Framingham Ray Suppressed Desire: To teach math classes I Will to N. H. S.: The joys of the four year boys IIIA: St. Stephens, Framingham: Service Football 1. ELLEN MARIE REGAN 167 Melrose St., Auburndale Favorite Pastime: Party games fintermissionl I Will to N. H. S.: A galvanized marsupial cage II: Our Lady's, Newton: College Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance Commit- tee 2: Ushers 3: Basketball 1, 2: Tennis 2: Latin Club 1: Music Club 2, 3: Orchesis 2: Outing Club 1, 2. VIRGINIA ELAINE REMLEY 73 Randlett Pk., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To go to a military academy Fondest Memory of N. H. S. Radnor Exchange I: Day: College National Honor Society 2, 3: School Exchange 2: Newtonian 3: Music Board 3: Spring Musi- cal 1, 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Class Com- mittee 3: Madrigal Group 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. and everyone all out for N H S ! PHYLLIS ANN RICCIARDI 268 Watertown St., Newton Phyll Suppressed Desire: To belong to the MRS Club Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year: all the friends l've made I Will to N. H. S.: More men teachers under 30 IV: Day: College Office Work 3: Archery 2. Q ,.L. ilsx 1 K MYRNA ELAINE RICE 48 Glendale Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: Organization with the girls Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sophomore year II: Bigelow: College Legislature 2: Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 1: Tigerama Committee 1, 2: jun- ior Red Cross Council 3: Dance Committee I: Ushers 1: English Club 2: Future Teachers Club Z: Music Club l, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3. JUDITH ROCHELLE RICEN 102 Sargent St., Newton Judy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The path I blazed with Janice, at 2:30 on Fridays I Will to N. H. S.: My junior year in 123 I: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 3: Orange Book 2: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 2: Ushers 1: Office Work 2, 3: Bowling 1-: French Club 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 3: Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1: Orchesis 1, 2, 3. LN BARBARA ANN RICHARDSON 1219 Walnut St., Newton Highlands "BOotsie" I: Weeks: College Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Skipping S-Block Favorite Pastime: Thinking about F.G. Newtonian 3: Stage Crew 2: Stu- dio 2: Hockey 1, 2: Basketball I: French Club l: Latin Club I: Music Club 3. seniors we were quite skilled at flhagllhg- JOHN BARNES RICHMOND, JR. 322 Woodward St., Waban Fritz Suppressed Desire: To be Mr. Eliminator 1958 I Will to N. H. S.: Moustache wax for Messrs. Cutting and Navez IIQ Warreng College Orchestra A, 1, 25 Boys' Chorus 2, 3. if ,i i ii 1 . , .-' ,... F ROBERT WILLIAM RIGOLI 223 Church St., Newton Corner Suppressed Desire: To have Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Silluzio and his dog "Syn- apse" I Will to N. H. S.: My worn out shoes and my gym equipment IV: Bigelow: Business Spring Musical 1, 25 Vespers 1, 2, 33 Madrigals 2, 3: Newtones 33 Music Club. DWIGHT LOWELL RIDEOUT 107 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Bucky Favorite Pastime: Eating Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Two years in 118 II: Day: College Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonian 23 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football lg Intramural Sports 3. ANDREW W. ROBART 50 Clearwater Rd., Newton Lower Falls Blowdy Favorite -Pastime: The tunnels Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year in Mr. Goldman's B- block chemistry class I Will to N. H. S.: Silly sopho- mores like G. M. I: Warren: College Radio Club 2, 3, Science Club 1. VIVIAN JEAN ROBB 28 Mechanic St., Newton Upper Falls Viv Suppressed Desire: To get my homework for M. M. done on time I Will to N. H. S.: My bottle of peroxide IV, Weeks, Business BARRY KENNETH ROBERTS 17 Cushing St., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To have the gym teachers go outside in gym shorts on cold days Favorite Pastime: Sitting in the new seats in physics class I Will to N. H. S.: All my scotch tape used to mend torn pages Ig Weeks, College Home Room Manager lg Vespers lg Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 French Club 2, Music Club 1. CHARLOTTE LILLIAN ROBERTS 187 Park St., Newton Baba, Charlie Favorite Pastime: My foster family, that certain someone I Will to N. H. S.: A million more teachers like Miss Creedon Ig Bellows Fall High, Bellows Falls, Vermont: College Girls' Chorus 2, 3: Intramural sports lg English Club 2, 3, Music Club 2, 3. VINCENT PAUL ROBERTS, III 17 Ascenta Ter., West Newton Vicious Vin Favorite Pastime: Hunting ffor girlsj Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cheering at the football games Ilg Weeks: College Basketball 1, 3. EDWARD JOSEPH ROGAN 300 Linwood Ave.: Newtonville Eddie, Ed, Peewee Suppressed Desire: To see a 5 foot sophomore Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Boys' Chorus in my senior year Ig Day, College Boys' Chorus 3. THOMAS ARNOLD ROGERS 51 Cummings Rd., Newton Centre Tom Suppressed Desire: To go to college Favorite Pastime: Doing nothing Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Certain French teachers I Will to N. H. S.: All my late slips II, Weeksg College 'ge RICHARD ADRIAN ROGGEVEEN 78 Cumberland Rd., West Newton Ruggie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Two years with Mr. Chase I Will to N. H. S.: Four year men I: Dearborn School: College Boys' Chorus 1, Z, 3. DAVID JUDSON ROONEY 59 Hancock Ave., Newton Dave Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Study in 2312 I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Miss Stone Il: Martin School, Jamaica Plain: College Tigerama Committee 2: Dance Committee 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1: Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3. JANICE BARBARA ROSE 12 Alderwood Rd., Newton Centre Janni Suppressed Desire: I'll never tell Favorite Pastime: All nite chats with Barbi Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The path I blazed with Judy on Fri- days at 2:30 I: Bigelow: College Newtonite 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 3: Vespers 2, 3: A Capella Choir 1, Z, 33 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. ALLEN JAMES ROSENBERG 79 Maplewood Ave., Newton Centre Alzie, Rosy Suppressed Desire: To get a B in English Favorite Pastime: Listening to Mr. Goldman criticize everything Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The time spent in Newton Plan I: Weeks: College Legislature 1, 3: Orange Shield 3: Dance Committee 1, 2: Base- ball 1: Intramural Sports 1, 3: Chemistry Club 3: Debating Club 1: Rifle Club lg Mathematics Club 2, 3. MARCIA LEE ROSENBERG 33 Newtonville Ave., Newton "Mish" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My all-boy math class I Will to N. H. S.: G." and "the boys" I: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 3: New- tonian 3: Newtonite 2: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3: Vespers 2: Dance Committee 1, 2: A Capella Choir 1, 2: Girls' Chorus 1: Archery 1, 2, 3: Cavalry Club 1: Drama Club 2: Mathema- tics Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. JOAN ADELLE ROSENTHAL 20 Mason Rd., Newton Centre Joni Suppressed Desire: To permanent- ly leave the M. A. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My "Aunt" and my one "Uncle" in my sophomore year I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 1: New- tonite 2: Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Stage Crew 2: Ushers 1: Theatrical Productions 2: French Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3. - t - Q! , 5 . ,If sy . s F -'-ip . ,Ai .' - 5 5 5' f 3 is ' . 4 Q . if i is K nf . GEORGE P. ROSS 109 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre Dewey Suppressed Desire: To have a home room on the first floor Favorite Pastime: Enjoying after- noons in 127 l Will to N. H. S.: Ash trays for the second floor boys' room in Building llI II: Weeks: College Track, Outdoor 3: Intramural Sports 1: Hunting and Fishing Club 3. - S st SANDRA RUTH ROSENTHAL 41 Wessex Rd., Newton Centre Sandy Suppressed Desire: To wear ber- mudas and a crew neck sweater to school Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year: Mr. Packard: All the wonderful friends I've made ll: Bigelow: College Legislature 2: Home Room Mana- ger 1, 2: Newtonite 1: Spring Musical 2: Junior Red Cross Council 2: Ushers 1: Study 2: Drama Club 1: English Club 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 2, 3C Music Club 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 3: P. T. S. A. Committee 2. JUDITH ANNE ROSS 109 Oxford Rd.. Newton Centre Diddy Suppressed Desire: To sit on Mr. Fraktman's lap Favorite Pastime: Chasing David C. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My dates with L. B. ll: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 1: Rally Committee 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Tennis 1, 2: Intramural l, 2. i ELLEN S. ROTHSTEIN 72 Bonad Rd., West Newton Suppressed Desire: Not to be called Sue 1 Will to N. H. S. The crumbs from my S-block lunches Il: Warren: College Tigerama Committee 2: Rally Committee 3: Tennis 31 Othce Work 3: Future Teachers Club lg Music Club 2. 3, Outing Club 33 Spanish Club 2, 3. avoiding homework, SUSAN ROTHSTEIN 72 Bonad Rd., West Newton Sue Suppressed Desire: Not to be called Ellen I Will to N. H. S.: Buildings with only one floor II5 Warreng College Legislature 35 Rally Committee 35 Tennis 35 French Club 35 Future Teachers Club 15 Music 2, 35 Out- ing Club 3. SALLY CHRISTINE ROY 50 Chapel St., Newton Sal, E-Cliff Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Patty Pierce's "busted gas gauge" I Will to N. H. S.: My clean sneakers II5 Day: College Spring Musical I, 25 Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 35 Vespers 25 Dance Committee 1, 2, 35 Ushers 35 Ti- gerama Committee 1, 2, 35 Class Committee 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 25 Class Ring Committee 25 Tri-Hi- Y 1, 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Future Teachers Club 35 Music Club 25 Outing 2, 3. KENNETH MORRIS ROWER ll Maplewood Ave., Newton Centre Ken Suppressed Desire: To see a sim- ple Mitrovich simplification Favorite Pastime: Picking Epsi- lons and squeezing limits Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: En- glish 1-3A I Will to N. H. S.: No doz pills for Mr. Somerville's physics class I5 Weeks5 College National Honor Society 2, 33 Newtonite 2, Managering Editor 35 Quill and Scroll 35 Mathema- tics Club 2, 3. EMILY JANE RUANE 255 Adams Ave., West Newton Em, Emmy Suppressed Desire: To keep on walking between classes Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Football games and the orange and black I Will to N. H. S.: Senior H. R.'s all in one building I5 Warren5 College Rally Committee 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Archery 2, 35 Cavalry Club 35 Latin Club 15 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 3. S-Block, LUCILLE MARY RUSSO 9 Bemis Rd., Newtonville Mary-Lou Suppressed Desire: To hear some- one say, "Gee, Mary-Lou, are you thin!!" Favorite Pastime: "Searchin'!l" Fondest Memory N. H. S.: Mr. Fralttman in my senior year in 212 II5 Dayg College RENALD STEVEN RUSSO 14 Webster St., West Newton Ren, "Roose" Suppressed Desire: To become a professional athlete Favorite Pastime: Between classes by the "big oak" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Forbidden weekends with D. E. I Will to N. H. S.: My old foot- ball jersey IV5 Dayg College Baseball 15 Basketball 15 Foot- ball I, 2. CAROL ANN RYAN 233 Auburn St., Auburndale Red Suppressed Desire: To graduate Favorite Pastime: Being late to class Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Bobby I Will to N. H. S.: All my good marks IV5 Warren: Business Girls' Chorus I, 2. LOUIS TILTON ST. AMANT 20 Wamesit St., Waban Louie Suppressed Desire: Not to be on orange Shield Friday, Lunch C Favorite Pastime: Watching Smit- ty's dog bark at the air raid siren on Fridays Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Having to park my car on hills I5 Warren5 College Tigeiama Committee 25 Boys' Chorus 1, 35 Class Committee 25 Rally Committee 15 Hi-Y, Presi- dent 25 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Golf 2, 3. LORRAINE MERLE SAKOVITZ 34 Morton Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: I would if I could, but I can't so I won't I Will to N. H. S.: My sister - may the school withstand the blow II5 J. E. Burke High School, Bos- ton: College Rally Committee 2, 3: Stage Crew 25 Senior Committee 35 Theatrical Make-UP Workshop 35 French Club5 25 Future Teachers Club 35 Orchesis I. MARIE ROSA SALVIA 7 Auburndale Ave., West Newton Chief Failing: Half-hour tele- phone conversations Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Wal and Sal in French class IV5 Warren5 Business Rally Committee 1, 25 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 French Club 15 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. M w:'1'?fQ'5'3Q'S5f. P - .- 5 85512: :bis ' 5. .fB'Qs.i-.fi in q Q 2 -J " B . X . K fx I ,, .." -. W t ,. , . ..V , . . 5 5 E .Sw b fl: 5 in h 1 5 ses .sf -fag guy ,ar 3 i 55.5-i':.f'i3 - n fi' fi i 325 5. . f - :ii ii A '.. ' .4 Y Q it x f 3 E. X. 9' . S DAVID KENNEDY SALVINI 136 Austin St., Newtonville Salvooch, Sal Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day the garbage truck dumped on Elm Road I Will to N. H. S.: All the pig- eon droppings on the ledges of Building II I5 Day5 College Orange Shield 2, 35 Ushers 1. THOMAS ERWIN SALZER 737 Chestnut St., Waban Bromo Favorite Pastime: Dreaming of a trip to Florida Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Graduating I Will to N. H. S.: My "hot" 40 Ford convertible I5 Weeks5 Service Science Fair 35 Tennis 15 Cavalry Club 1. PAULA ANN SAMPSON 44 Newell Rd., Auburndale Sam, Paulsie Suppressed Desire: To ring 2.30 bell at 8:31 A. M. Cevety dayj I Will to N. H. S.: A broad- minded disciplinarian II5 Bridgton Academy5 College Newtonite 35 Spring Musical 25 Rally Committee 2, 35 Stage Crew 35 Office Work5 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Tennis 1, 25 Chemistry Club 35 French Club 35 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. BARBARA CLAIRE SANDBERG 156 Park St., Newton Barb Suppressed Desire: To attain honor roll status with the least amount of homework effort Favorite Pastime: Bothering the professor II5 Bigelowg College Senior Play 35 Rally Committee 2, 35 Stage Crew 35 Ushers 2, 35 Girls' Chorus l, 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Archery 1, 35 English Club Z, 35 French Club 15 Future Club 35 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Orchesis 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. JOHN DAVID SATTERFIELD 44 Gammons Rd., Waban David Suppressed Desire: To poison a certain Biology Teacher's Fish Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Charlie Chase's class I Will to N. H. S.: "A lite bug" II5 Warren5 College Intramural Sports 2, 3. ARTHUR W. SAVAGE 48 North St., Newton Corner Artie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mrs. Huss' Class, Mr. Sanborn IV5 Bigelow5 College Stage Crew 1, 2, 35 Football Manager 1, 2, 35 Basketball Mana- ger 1, 2, 3. talclhg 4 lunches, get X JANICE HELEN SAVIGNANO 15 Hale St., Newton Upper Falls jan, Chico Suppressed Desire: To marry a very special sailor Favorite Pastime: Practicing "I do, Chico!" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Shaw's historical history class I Will to N. H. S.: More blondes like Leona IV5 Weeksg Business NANCY HOWARD SCAMMON 290 Islington Rd., Auburndale Nanc, Nan Favorite Pastime: Worrying Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My three-walled world I5 Warren5 College Girls' Chorus 15 Senior Play 1, 2, 35 Spring l, 25 Drama Festival 1, 2, 35 Vespers 1, 2, 35 Stage Crew 1, 2, Manager 35 Softball 25 Intra- mural Sports 25 Cavalry Club 25 Music Club 1, 2, 3. BARBARA JOAN SCALISE 228 Webster St., West Newton Salty Suppressed Desire: To become Mrs. William Lyttle jr. Favorite Pastime: Being places that I'm not supposed to be Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the classes I never quite made it to IV5 Warren5 Business Rally Committee 1, 2. , v ff 1 JUDITH ANN SCHENK 33 Hunter St., West Newton ' judy Favorite Pastime: Being "picked up" by Mr. Taylor Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the wonderful people I have met I5 Warren5 College National Honor Society 2, 35 Legislature 25 Home Room Mana- ger 15 Senior Play 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Field Hockey 1, 2, Softball 15 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3. other peopleis notes, FELIX MARTIN SCHLAEPFER 56 Somerset Rd., West Newton Favorite Pastime: Reading and Chess-playing Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Overboarding crowd I: Kantonsschule, Zurich, Switzer- land: College International Club 3: Chess Club 3. EUGENE LINCOLN SCHWAAB 500 Dudley Rd., Oak Hill Suppressed Desire: To write my chemistry experiments in Latin Verse Favorite Pastime: Being ineligible I Will to N. H. S.: The money I paid to graduate: for pictures ring, yearbook, cap and gown I: Weeks: College Discophyles 1: Meteorology Club 3. MICHAEL MARTIN SCHRETER 25 Philmore Rd., Newton Mike Suppressed Desire: To steal a typewriter from 2209 Favorite Pastime: Eating four lunches Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Walking up three flights of stairs to 138 I Will to N. H. S.: j. G. II: Chauncey Hall School Boston: College Legislature 3: English Club 3. x Xg 5? DALE WILLIAM SCHUBERT 32 Brewster Rd., Newton Highlands Favorite Pastime: Astronomy, looking at stars, or at heavenly bodies Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Richmond's homeroom class, Mr. Mitchell's moustache II: Weeks: College Science Fair 1, 2: Music Club 1. EDITH SCHWARTZ 435 Highland St., Newtonville Edie Suppressed Desire: To keep pass- ing the orange vest for school spirit Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being the only girl at trade school lunch I: Day: College Home Room Manager 1: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: VCSPCIS 2, 55 Dance Committee 1, 2: Chairman of Orange sales 3: Fencing 1: Eng- lish Club 1: Future Teachers l, 2: Library 1: Music 1, 2, 3: OrChCSiS 1. MARTHA AMY SCHWARTZMAN 170 Brookline St., Marty Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My frequent juants with Rita to Ho- joSo's and HojoC.'s I Will to N. H. S.: All my hun- dreds of crushes I: Bigelow: College Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2: Drama Festival 2, 3: Rally Com- mittee 2, 3: Dance Committee 2: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: Newtonite 2: Ten- nis 1: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 31 Outing Club 1. ROBERT L. SEALE 74 California St., Watertown Bob I Will to N. H. S.: All my old clothes to Mr. Hale IIIAg West junior High School, Watertown: Service STEVEN K. SECUNDA 145 Fuller St., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To call my teachers by their nickname Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 7:30 P. M. on makeup night I Will to N. H. S.: My clarinet music I: Warren: College Newtonite 2, 3: Chemistry Club 2, 3: Debating Club 1: Rifle Club 1: Science Club 1. CHARLES DAVID SEELEY 444 Highland St., Newtonville Long Gone Goon Favorite Pastime: Trying to make the Baseball team Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Daily report slips I Will to N. H. S.: Memories of C. T. IV: Day: Service Baseball 2: Basketball 2. JOHN MORRICE SEERY 1129 Boylston St., Newton Highlands Seed Suppressed Desire: To be free Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The 2:30 bell II: Weeks: College Music Club 1. 4'-' ' i s .11 .mia lv : zt.-.sa :.:. Q .ffl ' - I fi fl. ,, . s . v , x ' 1 .tg-sn. -f.. .if ti, . L' , , -, . Hxflq' 3:1 lliiiila ' -, I Q:Q'3Jf"'. f .1 -xsxlglgii mixw ij EEA' 112 l glswf FRIEDRICH ERNEST GERHARD SEIDENBERG 144 Hancock St., Aubutndale Garry Suppressed Desire: To do what I please when I please, and not to be pushed around by school and other organizations Favorite Pastime: Building and disecting electronic gear Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Summer vacations I: Warren: College Stage Crew 3: Aviation Club 3. SAMUEL BOOTH SENIOR ll Wheeler Rd., Newton Centre Sam Suppressed Desire: To call my teachers by their nicknames Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Homeroom in 135 I: Weeks: College Legislature 3. MICHAEL HIGH SERATING 55 Woodcliff Rd., Newton Highlands Mike Favorite Pastime: Listening to all kinds of music in Hi-Fi I Will to N. H. S.: A book rack full of books for Mr. Rinker to read when he goes to a drive-in movie II: Weeks: College Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 33 Discophyles Club 1. WILLIAM HOWARD SHAEVEL 36 Scotney Rd., Chestnut Hill Bill, Shovel Suppressed Desire: To find my place in life Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the wonderful kids and 224 home- room I: Boston Latin School: College Legislature: Civics Committee 39 Orange Shield 2: School Exchange 3: Newtonite 3: Senior Play 3: Junior Red Cross Council 3: Dance Committee 3: Ushers 2: Class Committee 3: Publicity Committee, Chairman 2: Ring Committee 2, 3: Camera Club 1: International Club 2, 3: Science Club 1: School Exchange 3. STANLEY JACOB SHAFRAN 51 Fairfield St., Newtonville "Stash" Suppressed Desire: To bring a Kenton record to Music Appre- ciation Favorite Pastime: The bike room in the cellar of Building I Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Spring Musical of "57" I Will to N. H. S.: My brother, Hank, for three years II: Brookside Preparatory: College Spring Musical 2: Marching Band: Concert Band: Orchestra 2, 3: Marching Band Executive Board 3: gavalry Club 2, 3: Music Club ELAINE DOROTHY SHAPIRO 106 Sargent St., Newton ULSIIICH Suppressed Desire: To be perma- nently out of the M. A. S. Favorite Pastime: Writing? Fondest Memory of N . H. S.: My junior year and all the new ex- periences II: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 2: Newto- nite 1: Rally Committee 2, 3: Ushers 1: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: A Capella Choir 1: Fencing 1: Future Teachers 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. HOWARD SHAPIRO 6 Cotter Rd., Waban LOIS SHAPIRO 144 Gibbs St., Newton Centre Howie Lo, Loey Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Favorite Pastime: Collecting Lectures in Room 112 friends I Will to N. H. S.: The cafeteria Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: food Connecticut Yankee, 1957 I: Warren: College I: Girls' Latin, Boston. College School Exchange 3: Newtonian 3: A Capella Choir 3: Newtonian, Senior Play 3: Dance Committee Art Editor 3: Senior Play 3: 1, 2: Camera Club 1: Chemistry Spring Musical 2: Vespers 3: Club 3: International Club 3: Dance Committee 2, 35 Music Music Club 2, 3. Club 2, 33 Tusitala 2, 3. SIMON EDWARD SHAPIRO 671 Halcyon Rd., Newton Centre Si Favorite Pastime: Anything but work I Will to N. H. S.: Better recrea- tion facilities for the pigeons on the roof of Building II II: Weeks: College Stage Crew 1: Science Fair 2: Motion Picture Squad I, 2, 3: Meteorology Club 1, 2, 3. CLINTON ARTHUR SHAW 47 Oakwood Rd., Newtonville Clint Suppressed Desire: To compli- ment Mr. Ethier for his good Eng- lish Favorite Pastime: Classifying and differentiating the various females in my class Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Lunch in 2400 I Will to N. H. S.: One 10" x 12" portrait and 20 others of various sizes I: Day: College Orange Book 2: Mathematics Club 2, 3: Meteorology Club 1, 2, 3. Obflllhlillg passes, A""N KATHERINE ANNE SHEA 34 Court St., Newtonville "Katie" Suppressed Desire: To roller skate through the tunnels Favorite Pastime: Writing to "Eddie" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Shaw's U. S. History class I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Gradone IV: Our Lady's High: Business Rally Committee 1, 2: Leader Corps 1: Music Club l, 2, 3: Out- ing Club 1, 2. BARBARA ANN SHER 38 Clements Rd., Newton ..B.. Suppressed Desire: "Organization with girls" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Home Room Teachers: Mr. Peck, Mr. Somerville, Mr. Karpas I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 2, 3: New- tonite l: Tigerama Committee 3: Spring Musical 2: Rally Commit- tee 2: Dance Committee l, 2: Sophomore Class Committee l: Basketball 2: English Club I: Music Club l, 2, 39 Orchesis l: Red Cross Club 3. ELAINE MARIE SHEEHAN 30 Whittemore Rd., Newton Favorite Pastime: Writing letters to Dave I Will to N. H. S.: My boy-crazy sister Pat I: Bigelow: College Ofhce Work 3: Home Room Manager 2: Newtonian 3: Ti- gerama Committee 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 3: Drama Festival 2: Leader Corps 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Dance Com- mittee I, 3: Tennis l, 2: Archery 1: English Club 1, 2: Music Club l, 2, 33 Outing Club l, 2, 3. MICHAEL I. SHERER 38 Indian Ridge Rd., Oak Hill Mike Suppressed Desire: To retire a certain Math teacher Favorite Pastime: Sleeping in German Class I: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 1: Stage Crew l: Motion Picture Squad l, 2, 3: Rille Club 3. and for all this ingenuity, receiving blue cards. SUSAN SHERMAN 63 Windsor Rd., Waban Sue Suppressed Desire: To be Or- ganized Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cabot Street blues I Will to N. H. S.: A smaller cafeteria I: Warren: College Legislature Dance Committee 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: Tigerama 3: Drama Festival 2: Rally Commit- tee Z: Drama Club 1, 3: English Club lg Music Club I, 2, 33 Tusi- tala 3. ARLENE -IUDITH SHERTER 48 Gralynn Rd., Newton Centre Arl, Muscles Suppressed Desire: To graduate I Will to N. H. S.: A smaller cafeteria to make crowding easier II: Bigelow: College Legislature 2: Newtonite 3: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Ushers l, 3: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: Concord Festival 2: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 31 Tennis l: Badmin- ton l: Volley Ball 1: Drama Club 1: French Club 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3. SUSAN SHOLKIN 32 Country Club Rd., Newton Centre Sue Suppressed Desire: To become a doctor Favorite Pastime: Wasting time Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: S-Block I Will to N. H. S.: A larger sophomore class I: Weeks: College Legislature 1, 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Tennis 2: Music Club I, 2, 3. RUTH MIRIAM SHRIBER 53 Rowene Rd., Newton Center Ruthie Suppressed Desire: To take a trip around the world Favorite Pastime: Getting to- gether with the kids Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My senior year I Will to N. H. S.: S-Block Snacks II: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Tennis l: Music Club l, 2, 3: Orchesis l, Spanish Club 2. CYNTHIA R. SHRIER IO7 Atwood Ave., Newtonville Favorite Pastime: Bumping into people I Will to N. H. S.: Doormen I: Day: College Drama Festival l, 2, 3: Vespers 1: Dance Committee l, 2, 3: Ten- nis l: Drama Club l, 2, 3: English Club l: School Exchange 3. PETER REUBEN SHRIER 333 Brookline St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To discover the law of physics that holds Mr. Somerville's pants up Favorite Pastime: Dodging the guano on the roof of Building 2 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Gathering deltas to go with Mr. Ferguson's epsilons I Will to N. H. S.: The postage stamp on which my Newton Plan notes are written I: Weeks: College Orange Book 2, 31 Stage Crew l: Science Fair 2: Motion Picture Squad l, 2, 3: Mathematics Club 2, 3: Meteorology Club 1, 2, 3: School Exchange 3. I .I . N X if . fin. Y .ei .Q 5 -.5 - . S wg-ws' nt A I I 45 CAROL LINDA SHULMAN 53 Littleheld Rd., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Swimming3 sail- ing3 skiing Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Homerooms 135, 2311, 224 I3 Weeks3 College Legislature 1, 23 Civics Commit- tee 2, 33 Home Room Manager 13 Newtonian 33 Dance Committee 1, 2, 33 Drama Club 1, 2, 33 Eng- lish Club 1, 2, 33 Future Teachers Club 3. NANCIE ELLEN SHUMAN 32 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Getting to 23C from 144 before the bell rings fcan't be doneb Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My legitimate S-Block luncheon Wed- nesdays I Will to N. H. S.: The home- rooms the seniors never had in Building III, 1957-58 I3 Weeks3 College Senior Play 33 Spring Musical 23 Drama Festival 2, 33 Rally Com- mittee 33 Dance Committee 1, 23 Ring Committee 23 Theatrical Workshop 2, President 33 French Club 1, 23 Music Club 2, 33 Span- ish Club 3. STEPHEN SHUSTERMAN 39 Mils St., West Newton Shusty Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Waiting for Bill Favorite Pastime: Arguing with Al I3 Warreng College Dance Committee 23 Newtonite 23 German Club 23 International Club 2. BARRETT NEWMAN SIDEL 17 Cedar St., Newton Centre Barry Favorite Pastime: Trying to get good marks Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Pittsburgh Exchange I Will to N. H. S.: Mr. Packard's wit and stories I3 Weeks3 College School Exchange 23 Newtonian 33 Newtonite 1, 23 Tennis 33 Ger- man Club 2. JUDITH MAE SIGEL 63 Greylock Rd., Newtonville Judy Suppressed Desire: Walking from the 3rd floor of Building 3 to the 4th floor of Building 1 I Will to N. H. S.: My youngest sister, may she have all the ? times that-I had at N. H. S.: I3 Day3 College Spring Musical 13 Rally Commit- tee 2, 33 Vespers 23 Dance Com- mittee 1, 23 A Capella Choir 1, 23 Music Club 23 Tennis 23 English Club 13 International Club 33 Music 1, 2, 33 BARBARA ANNE SILVER 347 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To become Mrs. Larry O'Neill Favorite Pastime: Eating S-Block lunches Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: De- tention room 127 I Will to N. H. S.: Elevators in the 3 buildings IV3 Dayg Business Softball lg Outing Club 1. In spite of this care ree air, ii 1 sz if' f at 6 N . 5 SUSAN RUTH SILVERBERG 28 Sheffield Rd., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To go around to homerooms and sell food for S- Block lunch Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Harris' English Classes I Will to N. H. S.: The "Tiger Rag" I3 Warren3 College Senior Play 33 Tennis 1, 33 Archery 13 English Club 13 Latin Club 2, 33 Mathematics Club 2. MYRA JUDITH SILVERMAN 40 Royce Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To have a Suppressed Desire Favorite Pastime: Spending Fri- day nights in jack's I Will to N. H. S.: All those hours in 127 and 218 II3 Weeksg College Rally Committee 23 Girls' Chorus 33 Field Hockey 13 Archery I, 2, 33 Volley Ball 13 Bowling Club l, 23 English Club l3 Latin Club l3 Music Club l, 23 Rifle Club l. JUDITH ANN SIMONE 11 Hallron Rd., Newton Lower Falls Judy, Shorty Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Kenyon chemistry with Mr. Hall I Will to N. H. S.: Our wonder- ful drama department I3 Warreng College National Honor Society 2, 33 Newtonian 33 Drama Board 33 Senior Play 33 Junior Red Cross Council 2, 33 Vespers 13 Dance Committee 13 Ushers 1, 23 Arch- ery 2, 33 Fencing 1, 2, 33 Cavalry Club 1, 33 Drama Club 1, 2, 33 Secretary 23 Music Club 1, 2, 33 Orchesis 13 Outing Club 1. MARILYN JOAN SINGER 460 Waverly Ave., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: Trying to get from 1303 to 23 C on time I Will to N. H. S.: My younger sister, may she have as many good times at N. H. S. as I did II3 Bigelowg College Newtonite 23 Rally Committee 33 Vespers 2, 33 A Capella Choir l, 2, 33 Music Night 23 French Club 2, 33 Future Teachers Club 33 In- ternational Club 33 Music Club 1, 2, 3. we were surrounded by applications- JUDITH HALL SKINNER 85 Prince St., West Newton Judy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All Eastern Chorus, everybody and everything I Will to N. H. S.: A class that will beat the Class of '58 II3 Warren3 College Legislature 13 Home Room Mana- ger 23 Newtonite 23 Tigerama 2g Rally Committee 1, 2: Dance Committee 1, 2g Honor Study 13 Ushers 23 All Eastern Chorus 2g Music Club I, 23 Outing Club I, 23 Vice President Tri-Hi-Y 1, 23 Girls' Chorus 1, 23 DONALD ROSS SMITH 58 Morton St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To put ex- haust filters on all the school buses Favorite Pastime: Fishing Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The rush to lunch I Will to N. H. S.: Three pairs of shoes worn out while passing be- tween buildings I3 Quincy High, Quincyg College Intramural Sports 33 Debating Club 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 3. PAUL MARTIN SKLAR 60 Allerton Rd, Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To go around the world Favorite Pastime: Weight lifting Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Graduation I Will to N. H. S.: My 17" arms II3 Manter Hall, Bostong College Art Club 33 Drama Club 33 Span- ish Club 3. STANLEY BRADFORD SKLAR 335 Ward St., Newton Centre Buddy Suppressed Desire: To go to school in California Favorite Pastime: Changing schools II3 New Prep, Bostong College Cavalry Club 3. GEORGE JOSEPH SMITH 182 River St., West Newton Smitty Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Borrowing stock from Mr. Swan for the print shop I Will to N. H. S.: A new tail for the chimp in the print shop IIIA3 WHIICHQ Service JAMES C. SMITH 51 Waldorf Rd., Newton Upper Falls Jimmy Favorite Pastime: Listening to the radio before school I Will to N. H. S.: Building IV -- an indoor parking lot II: Weeksg College Debating Club 3. NATHALIE JANE SMITH 37 Pleasant St., West Newton Muffy Suppressed Desire: To drive to school I Will to N. H. S.: "Thinking" students for Mr. Hall Ig Dayg College Home Room Manager 23 Spring Musical lg Girls' Athletic Board 2, 33 Leader Corps 23 Girls' Ath- letic Board, Chairman 33 Field Hockey 1, 33 Manager 23 Soft- ball 3, Manager 1, 23 Mathematic Club 23 Intramural Sports 1, 33 Music Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 33 School Exchange 3. PAMELA PARKS SMITH 73 Kaposia St., Auburndale Pam Favorite Pastime: Taking unfor- getable trips to unmentionable places Fondest Memory of N. H. S.3 The blasts at the Cape and the gremlin parties II3 Warren: College Civics Committee33 Home Room Manager 33 Tigerama Committee 1, 23 Senior Play 33 Spring Musi- cal 23 Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Dance Committee 1, 2, 33 Tri-Hi- Y 1, 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 23 Dance Committee of Junior Class 23 Of- fice Work 33 P. T. S. A. 1, 2, 33 Music Club I, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. CHARLES REED SNIDER 15 Blackstone Terr., Newton Centre Charlie Suppressed Desire: To learn to Hy Favorite Pastime: Being KO'd Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Mein Liebchen" and old faithful I Will to N. H. S.: A certain T- bird, Cal's house, and Saturday nights I3 Bigelowg College National Honor Society 2, 3g Home Room Manager 33 Orange Shield 2, Captain 33 Ushers 23 Class Committee 23 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, Captain 33 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2. WALTER STUART SNOOK 74 Page Rd., Newtonville Wally Favorite Pastime: Having a good time I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Karpas II3 Day: College Orange Shield 33 Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 33 Music Club 13 Rifle Club 1. :asus ESTHER SOBEL 877 Chestnut St., Waban J Essie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Cabot Street Blues:" Remember Sue? I Will to N. H. S.: My tall, blond, blue-eyed brother, may the school withstand the blow I: Weeks: College Senior Play 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 3: Tennis 1, 2: Bad- minton I, 2: English Club 1: French Club 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3. ALFRED WARREN SOMERS 55 Lincoln Rd., Newton Nick Suppressed Desire: To own my own print shop Favorite Pastime: Basketball and cards Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: First day here I Will to N. H. S.: All my old books IIIA: Somerville Trade, Somer- ville: Service Basketball. CLAUDETTE FRANCES SOSTILIO 9 josselyn Pl., Newton Highlands Claudie Suppressed Desire: To find the sex cells of a grapefruit Favorite Pastime: Going steady and breaking up with a "certain" boy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Two nights at 63 Bow Rd., on August 25th and 26th 1957 I Will to N. H. S.: A pigeon ex- terminator for Building II IV: Weeks: College Rally Committee: Dance Commit- tee. MARTHA HOLMES SOULE 89 Ridge Rd., Waban Favorite Pastime: Taking trips to Amherst Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Pittsburgh Exchange I Will to N. H. S.: A snack bar in each homeroom I: Warren: College Legislature 2: School Exchange 2: Rally Committee 3: Music Club 1, 2, 31 Orchesis 2. SUZANNE DOROTHY SPANGENBERG 178 Quinobequin Rd., Waban Sue, "The Bug" Favorite Pastime: Using up my father's gasoline Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Blasts at the cape: Gremlin Par- ties: my baton I Will to N. H. S.: My unburned oil II: Warren: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3: Leader Corps 2: Drum Maiorette 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: Orchesis l. ROBERT W. SPATE 1 Parkland Dr., Coctituate The Fox Suppressed Desire: To prove to the world and myself that I am more than just a success Favorite Pastime: Blueprinting ways for building a business em- pire Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: A very small part of my educa- tion I Will to N. I-I. S.: Better stu- dents and more teachers IIIA: Air Force: College Civics Committee 3: Administra- tive Aid Captain 1, Vice Presi- dent 2, President 3. LINN SPENCER 119 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To take out Katie-0's appendix Favorite Pastime Chuckling Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those clean tables!?! at D Lunch I Will to N. H. S.: An easy chem- istry course I: Baldwin High: College Newtonian 3: Rally Committee 3: Music Club 3. CATHERINE LOUISE SPERA 1130 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Cathy Suppressed Desire: To make a parachute jump down the eleva- tor shaft in Building I Favorite Pastime: Working hard to keep awake Fondest Memory of N. I-I. S.: Those afternoon walks, to New- tonville I Will to N. H S.: A fifth lunch I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 2: Rally Committee 3: Stage Crew 1: Mu- sic Club l, 2, 3: Theatrical Make- up Workshop I. , 3 RICHARD CHARLES SPERBER 54 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville Dick Favorite Pastime: Looking for L. P. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The long walk to school I Will to N. H. S.: The empty lunch bags in my desk I: Bigelow: College Science Fair 1: Motion Picture Squad I: Band 1, 2 3: Rifle Club 2, 3. MARIE AGATHA SPERA 364 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To marry a special boy Favorite Pastime: Being with the girls Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The fun we had in history and english in my junior year I Will to N. H. S.: Elevators for each building IV: Weeks: Business Tennis 1, 2, 3: Badminton 1, 2: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3. tension grew- P 3 ROGER MICHAEL SPERBER 30 Travis Dr., Chestnut Hill Sperbs Favorite Pastime: Having a hand . . . in everything I Will to N. H. S,: My electric shaver II, Bigelow, College Legislature 1, 2, Orange Shield 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, Dance Committee l, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Football 1, Track, Indoor 2, 3, Track, Outdoor 2, 3, Cavalry Club 3, Latin Club 2, Music Club 1 2, 3. 1 A , RICHARD GUY SPEZZANO 91 Florence St., Newton Centre Dick,Spitzy Suppressed Desire: To roast pea- nuts in the ashes of Building I Favorite Pastime: Hockey, basket- ball I Will to N. H. S.: A catering service so that Mr. Willard can have donuts with his coffee IV, Weeks, College Orange Shield 3, Hunting and Fishing Club 1. CAROL ANN SPINELLI 25 Oldham Rd., West Newton The big C Favorite Pastime: Being a boun- cer at Bev's blasts Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The days we didn't go I Will to N. H. S.: A course in Kenyon lunch for all those who major in cutting classes II, Warren, College Rally Committee 3, Dance Com- mittee 1, Ushers 1, Tri-Hi-Y 33 Cavalry Club 1, English Club 1, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3. JOAN SPINNER 33 Gay St., Newtonville Joni Suppressed Desire: I'd better not say! Favorite Pastime: Talking Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The great friends I have met I Will to N. H. S,: My brother Bob ll, Day, College Home Room Manager 2, Rally Committee 3, Girls' Chorus 1, Newtonite 2, Basketball 1, Arch- ery l, Drama Club 2, Future Teachers Club 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3. ann Farmers Coolcin School - our only salvation. Y 5 ii. Li.. it f L. sl , as tw- ,, A 4 31332 in . . 1, , it is .1 if .-.V f',- 552' X. 152. k Yi gg. . .5 . t vga? W' ' iVi4f :AZ-,. ' .W f GAIL PATRICIA SPULER 12 Whittemore Rd., Newton Corner Favorite Pastime: Buying gas, afternoons in the qaudrangle Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: KO's cottage, Tigerama I, Bigelow, College Orange Shield 2, 3, Newtonite 1, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 33 Chairman l, 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, Chairman l, Drum Majorette 1, 2, 3, Class Committee 1, P.T.S.A. Social Relations Board 1, 2, Office Work 2, 3, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, Cavalry Club 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Out- ing Club 1, 2. DAVID CARTER STAFFORD 50 Dwhinda Rd., Waban Suppressed Desire: To wear my Bermuda shorts to the Senior Prom Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Listening to J. C. Hall waste time telling us how we waste time I Will to N. H. S.: Tums dis- penser for the lunchroom I, Warren, College Home Room Manager 1, Music Board 3, Spring Musical 2, Ves- pers 1, 2, 3, Music Club 3, School Exchange 3. ELLEN SYLVIA STANDEL 410 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Favorite Pastime: Talking to Shelia on the telephone Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Calling Bobby on the telephone in Building II II, Jeremiah E. Burke, Business JANE SCRIVEN STANFIELD 266 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Janie Suppressed Desire: l'm not tell- ing Favorite Pastime: Everyone knows Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Home Room in 225 I Will to N. H. S.: The remain- ing four Stanfields Il, Weeks, College DIXIE LEE STEEVES 40 Austin St., Newtonville Dix, Moka Suppressed Desire: To roller skate through the tunnels Favorite Pastime: Threms Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Willartl's kitchenette I Will to N. H. S.: Duckarama II, Day, College Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Rally Committee 3, Ushers 1, Bowling Club 1, 2, Orchesis 2. JUDITH M. STEIN 62 Olde Field Rd., Newton Centre Judy Suppressed Desire: To marry a doctor Favorite Pastime: Going to foot- ball games Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Harris' English class I, Manter Hall, College Senior Play 3, Newtonian Repre- sentative 3g Girls' Chorus 1. I ni 355515. J , : ' . ' .sz Q' - - -. . .-.3-itil fi Beige! iii -' i 3 3 its pgs W- G.--fs .- ' r--. ew-ff.t set ta-....t. - .,.:-t'2-W.-rgriiftss ,iii . - -iss. ...ts-SW.. , , Q . f M-+te.fg-at . at eg5a,et.1. . t 3 x . 'i.,11W-il' . - I ' fkilflgg-gzilfkfilipii . my 3 ELAINE BARBARA STEINBERG 11 Ellison Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To have um- brella stands for umbrellas on rainy days Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Boyd's history class I Will to N. H. S.: My sister Carole land good luck to youllj II3 Weeks3 College junior Red Cross Council I, 2g Future Teachers Club 33 Inter- national Club 13 Music Club 1, 3, 3. BARBARA CAROL STEMPLER 103 Cabot St., Newton Bobbie, T. F. Suppressed Desire: To be able to study between phone calls Favorite Pastime: Drinking coffee in j. and M.'s II3 Bigelowg College Newtonite 33 Tigerama Commit- tee 2, 33 Senior Play 33 Vespers I, 23 Dance Committee I, 23 Girls' Chorus I, 2, 33 A Capella Choir 1, 23 Tennis 33 Archery 31 English Club I, 33 French Club l, 2, 33 Future Teachers Club I, 2, 31 Music Club l,. 2, 33 Orch- esis I3 Theatrical Make-Up Work- shop 3. HARRIET JANE STETSON 154 Evelyn Rd., Waban Hazzy, Stets Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mrs. Allen's math class, Row 5 Seat 4 I Will to N. H. S.: The morning after the night before that we had - mornin' Brynzy I3 Warren, College Legislature 33 Basketball 1, 33 Tennis I, 2, 33 Drama Club 13 English Club I. CHARLES FREDERICK STEWART I8 Newland St., Auburndale Chuck, Charlie Suppressed Desire: To own a sports car: to play in the Stan Kenton band I Will to N. H. S.: My tuba with an air compressor and a plumber's manual II3 Warren3 College Concert Band I, 2, 33 Matching Band 1, 2, 33 Dance Band I, 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 33 Spring Musi- cal I, 23 Vespers 2, 33 Track, In- door I, 2, 33 Track, Outdoor I, 2, 31 Music Club I, 2, 3. EDWARD JAY STOPPER 389 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville Eddy Suppressed Desire: To be a cheer- leader I Will to N. H. S.: Mr. Harris' old jokes II3 Dayg College Home Room Manager 23 Baseball 1, 23 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3. BARBARA CRAWFORD STORER 221 Winslow Rd., Waban Barb Suppressed Desire: To be on time for my ride in the morning Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Singing the Messiah3 all those night time rehearsals I3 Weeks: College Home Room Manager 23 Tiger- ama Committee 33 Spring Musi- cal 13 Rally Committee 33 Ves- pers 1, 2, 33 Dance Committee Z, 33 Glee Club I3 A Capella Choir 2, 33 Senior Play Commit- tee 33 Spring Concert 23 Tennis I, 2. 33 Music Club 13 Orchesis I3 Outing Club I. aw ., ,te ,fv A I A A whirl of senior ac't1'v1't1es includlhg CHRISTOPHE DICKSON STOUT 69 Moffat Rd., Waban Chris Suppressed Desire: To make something of myself Favorite Pastime: Not working Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Going to football games and track meets I Will to N. H. S.: All my books I3 Warreng College Baseball I3 Football 13 Golf 33 Intramural Sports 3. MARGARET ANNE STRESSENGER 2 Waltlorf Rd., Newton Highlands Maggie, Mag Suppressed Desire: To have a big brother Favorite Pastime: Chemistry? Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Football games with the girls I Will to N. I-I. S.: My sister Carol tif she ever makes ith II3 Weeksg College Newtonian 23 Rally Committee 33 Music Club 3, Orchesis I. 'SP EDWARD STOVER -12 Ripley St., Newton Centre Eddie Supptessed Desire: To get a park- ing space in front of Building II Favorite Pastime: Wouldn't you like to know? Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The 2:30 bell I Will to N. H. S.: Blue ink for marking report cards IV3 Weeks3 Service ARTHUR MERRILL STUCHINS 34 Noble St., West Newton Artie Suppressed Desire: To install es- calators instead of stairs Favorite Pastime: All sports, espe- cially baseball, football, and ten- nis I Will to N. H. S.: The space for parking my cat in the park- ing lot II3 Classical High, Worcester3 College Senior Play, a rollicking arce, 'K NANCY SWARTZ 114 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Mugs Suppressed Desire: To be Mrs. Arthur McGovern Favorite Pastime: Going with a certain red head IVQ Day, Business ANN CAROL SWEET 8 Olde Field Rd., Newton Centre Sweetie Suppressed Desire: To follow the Ten Commandments, be an honor to my parents, and be a nurse Favorite Pastime: Drawing and listening to records Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The good friends I've made II: Gloucester High, Gloucester: College junior Red Cross Council 33 Ar- cher 3, Bowling 3: Cavalry Club 3g English Club 3, Music Club 3, Science Club 3. ANNE LOUISE SUTHERLAND 40 Williston St., Auburndale Favorite Pastime: Corresponding with "Colby" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: French class with Miss Titcomb II: Warren: College Home Room Manager lg New- tonian 35 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 39 Senior Play 35 Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Drama Festival 23 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Ves- pets 1, 2, 33 Dance Committee 2, 33 Leader Corps 3g Ushers 3: Class Committee 1, 2, 3: A Ca- pella Choir 1, 2, 3, Olhce Assist- ant 25 Basketball 1, 2: Tennis 1, JUDITH CAROL SUSSMAN 1569 Commonwealth Ave., West Newton Judy Favorite Pastime: "Fixing up lost souls" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being the middle man II, Warren, College Orange Shield 23 Tigerama Com- mittee 1, Z, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Dance Committee 1, 2, 35 Ushers lg Drama Club 1, 2, 35 English Club 1, Z, 35 French Club lg International Club 1, 2, 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3. BRUCE SWERLING 55 Montrose St., Newton Suppressed Desire: To have Mr. Somerville launch an earth sat- telite before the U. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the new acquaintances that I made and had the pleasure of working with Qteachers and stu- dentsj I Will to N. H. S.: An Automat or a Howard Johnson's with wait- resses and bus boys Ig Bigelow, College Legislature 1, 2, 33 Orange Shield 35 Tigerama Committee lg New- tonian, Copy Editor 3g Student Council Exchange 25 Basketball lg Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. WILMA S. SWETT 81 Sheffield Rd., Newtonville Billie Suppressed Desire: To scream I Will to N. H. S.: The stairs between the 3rd and 4th floors in Building I Ig Warren, College Newtonite 3, Class Committee lg Oflice Workers 3: Library Assist- ant 3: Tennis 2, 35 English Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, 33 Music Club 39 Spanish 3. GALE SYPHER 60 Williston Rd., Auburndale Syph Suppressed Desire: To escape Monday mornings Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year I, Warren, College Senior Play 3: A Capella Choir 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3: Dance Com- mittee lg Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: French Club lg Future Teachers Club 2, 35 Latin Club lg Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 2, 3. LUCILLE A. TEDESCHI 64 William St., West Newton Lu,Tedi Favorite Pastime: Teaching sophs how to behave in "Lewies" Fondest Memory of N. I-I. S.: That old gang of "skippers" - you know who you are I Will to N. H. S.: Another Mr. Packard II: Warren: College Legislature 1, 3: Home Room Manager lg Tigerama Committee 1: Rally Committee 1, 2: Dance Committee 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club lg Outing Club 1. CAROL LOUISE TEMPERLY 71 Pleasant St., Newton Centre Ca Suppressed Desire: To be Mrs. Boivin Favorite Pastime: Watching the clock and waiting for 2:30 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Our little corner in the lunch- room I Will to N. H. S.: My sister Gail IV: Weeks: Business Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Music Club 1, 3. LEAH DENNA TEMPLE 5 Willard St., Newton Corner Lee Suppressed Desire: To be with that certain someone Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Ethier's French Class I Will to N. H. S.: My Gym Suit A II, Bigelow: College Rally Committee 1, 2g Stage Crew lg Dance Committee 2: Archery lg Music Club 2, 3: Rifle Club. Q--vt AR il li' K' .. s '. MARINANCY JULIAN TEPLITZ 32 Amherst Rd., Waban Mary Suppressed Desire: To find Min- da's locker card Favorite Pastime: Passing time Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Vespers 119563: Concord Music Festival I Will to N. H. S.: All the good times I have had at N. H. S. Ig Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 2: Spring Musical 2g Vespers 2: Ushers 1: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: OHlice Work 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, Out- ing Club 1, 2. MINDA TESSLER 28 Westbourne Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To find Mary's locker messy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: A Capella Choir and the Concord Festival Ig Bigelow, College Newtonite 1: Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Ves- pers 2, '35 Dance Committee 1, 3: English Club 1, 35 Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 35 Interna- tional Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 2, 3. CLAIRE ANNE TEVEKELIAN 57 Benclifle Cir., Auburndale Favorite Pastime: Gently pushing doors in Marion's face Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The tirst Messiah: the games: all the wonderful acquaintances Ig Bigelow: College Newtonian 3, Tigerama Commit- tee 2, 3g A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3: Madrigal Choir 3: Girls' Chorus lg Cheer Leaders 3: Vespers 2, 35 Basketball 1: Tennis 2, 33 Mu- sic Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT THAYER 103 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To blow up Room 315 Favorite Pastime: Looking Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 2:30 P. M. I Will to N. H. S.: My Blue Cards II: Balboa High School, Panama Canal Zone: College CLAUDETTE FERNANDE THIERRY 32 Calvin Rd., Newtonville Claudie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Walter's Algebra I2 class II: Day: College Legislature 1, Vespers 2, 3: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 33 Girls' Cho- rus 3g Orchestra 3: Music Festi- val 2: Music Night 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3. is 3 :,-. SUZANNE GERMAINE . THIERRY 33 Bolton Rd., Newtonville " Suppressed Desire: To go to , X R.I.S.D. 3, Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: I The day Pat's gas gauge broke it gi' II: Day: College iff, Newtonian 35 Tigerama Commit- ?3fZ,j .xp L I tee 2: Senior Play 3: Rally Com- 5 A mittee 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Studio , 55:3 l 2, 31 Music Club 3g Outing Club DOROTHY ISABEL THOMPSON 24 Richardson St., Newton D. I. T. Csay in Frenchj Suppressed Desire: To live in Canada Favorite Pastime: To sleep Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Ryan's homeroom I Will to N. H. S.: Elevators for all buildings IV: Bigelow: Business -ifisirfi'-H r liif: . GAIL ANNE THOMPSON 78 Clearwater Rd., Newton Lower Falls Hurricane Suppressed Desire: To make two days out of one Favorite Pastime: Going to the games Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Getting date advice at Tigerama Ig Warren: College Civics Committee 2, 3g Orange Shield 2, Captain 3: Tigerama Committee 2: Rally Committee 33 Dance Committee, Chairman of Decorations 2, 35 P.T.S.A. Rep- resentative 2, Badminton 2: In- tramural Sports 2. JAMES WILLIAM THOMPSON 19 Melendy Ave., Watertown Suppressed Desire: To teach code class Favorite Pastime: Talking in Mr. Hale's class IIIAQ Sacred Heart, Newton, Busi- ness 1' PRISCILLA JEAN THURSTON 1964 Beacon St., Waban "Pat" Prls Suppressed Desire: To choose my own teachers Favorite Pastime: Hanging around the locker room Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Packard's punctuation stories I Will to N. H. S.: A private smoking room for Mr. Packard II, Warreng Business Leader Corps 2: Basketball 1, 2, 31 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Softball 1, 2, 3, Volley Ball 1, 2, 33 In- tramural Sports l, 2, 3. Senior Supper, a gourmet? delight, 1 iw r 'i it A All - as ' eg r L mr-,313 il ., JOSEPH HAROLD TOBIN 35 Jerome Ave., West Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Getting out of school at 2:30 E' iz" ' O . A. I ' Qzggg A wi :- I . N a H QS ssisfgtgg . 2 'bt sgE:'.3lfif.g9s. MARTIN THOMAS TORMEY 91 Shady Hill Rd., Newton Highlands I Will to N. H. S.: No more Bunky compositions to write in English IV: Day: Service Su ressed Desir' T hav pp N e. o e a class on the hrst fioor Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: S-Block in 23-C I: Weeks: College Orange Shield 3: Baseball 2, 3: Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3. CATHERINE ANN TOWER 36 Webster St., West Newton Cathy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Human Relations with Mr. Kar- pas I Will to N. H. S.: Another "No Smoking" sign for building 2 Ladies' Room IV: Warren: Business Tigerama Committee 1: Rally Committee 3: Vespers 2: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Music Club 3. DAVID MANN TRILLING 10 Stone Ave., Chestnut Hill Dave Suppressed Desire: To have more than two Newton rooters at a Cross-Country Meet Favorite Pastime: Sports: Sailing Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Walter's Math Class I: Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, 33 Home Room Manager 1, 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Newtonian, Cir- culation Editor 3: Senior Reading Play Committee 2, 3: junior Class Committee 2: Cross-Country 1, 2, 3. Senior Mght, a memorable occasion, ROGER LAWRENCE TUCKER 114 Brookline St., Chestnut Hill I Will to N. H. S.: J. Harris, the best I: Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, 35 Legislature 2: School Exchange 2: Newtonian 3: Drama Board 2, 33 Drama Festival 1, 2: Drama Club 2, 3: International Club 3: Tusi- tala 1, 2, 3. ' RICHARD FRANCIS TUPPER 28 Upham St., West Newton Dick, Tup IV: Warren: Business Suppressed Desire: To graduate Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Homeroom periods in 23C I Will to N. H. S.: Another prin- cipal like Dr. Barry Favorite Pastime: To watch Miss Lymperis try to stop her laughing from listening to Tippy THOMAS ALLEN TURNER 25 Curve St., West Newton Tip, Tom, T.A.T. Suppressed Desire: To become a C.P.A. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year in 23C IV: Warren: College Football 2: Aviation Club 1. JUDITH Z. ULLIAN 65 Westgate Rd., Newton Centre Judy Favorite Pastime: Having fun and enjoying life Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the wonderful friends I've made I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Peterson and Mr. Card I: Woodrow Wilson jr. High, Dorchester: College Spring Musical 2: Dance Com- mittee 3: Ushers 3: P.T.S.A. Membership Drive: Tennis 2: French Club 2: Future Teachers Club 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3. CLARE FRANCES VACCARO 87 Fenwick Rd., Waban Suppressed Desire: To have a penny for every stair I've climbed while at Newton High Favorite Pastime: Talking to Mary Ann Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My "daily hike" from 23-C to 140 I Will to N. H. S.: Higher and bigger buildings II: Warren: College Make-up Committee 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1. EDMUND L. VACHON 6 Harvard St., Newtonville Eddie Suppressed Desire: To see the world Favorite Pastime: Playing hockey: ice skating Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the lunches I didn't go to III: Our Lady: College Ice Hockey 3. , W y3:5:f.Q'iS . .. .1 f . : 3 : :- .1 A-1 - .25- fii .4 1- - if 1 t ' -Q Q 4 a f E: T : 5 g i -5? ,fr , ai . . v... f 5. sf idii A ."' diff' .. ' K 1 , A a . . : . ' 1 . , s as 'Ea 1x,,,ks:"19f, ,A J.. .ni i I t t , . . -rar.: V ' - , . at it Q . 2.43. Jap- ' Y gef:'1ES1'Zi:fe'5'Q't6: ff 1 JAMES VALLAS 21 Trowbridge St., Newton Centre Greek Suppressed Desire: To get my license Favorite Pastime: Driving with- out one II: Weeks: Service Rifle Club 1. RICHARD EDWARD VAN DAM 832 Chestnut St., Waban "Dick" Suppressed Desire: To go into medical research I Will to N. H. S.: A sedative to Miss Creedon in case she has an- other pupil like me I: Tilton School: College Legislature 1, 3: Home Room Manager I: Tigerama Committee I: Science Fair 1: In Charge of Book Room 1: Football 1: Bad- minton 3: Intramural Sports 1, 3: Soccer 1, 3: Tennis 1, 3. HELEN GARDNER VANKEUREN 46 Bemis St., Newronville Favorite Pastime: Remembering Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being a Senior I Will to N. H. S.: My sister -- Look out boys I: Day: College Spring Musical 1: Vespers 2: Leader Corps 1, 2: A Capella Choir 2: Field Hockey 1, 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Music Club I, 2, 3: Outing Club 3. LEONA DOROTHY VANNI 339 Waltham St., West Newton Lee Favorite Pastime: Telling Dot to Hurry Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The football and hockey games and all the swell kids I met I Will to N. H. S.: All my linger- nails that were chewed during one of Mr. Goldman's tests I: Warren: College Home Room Manager 2: Ofiice Work 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Rally Committee 3: Latin Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club I, 3. SANDRA E. VAN STEENBERGEN 101 Washington St., Newton Corner Sandy Favorite Pastime: Trying to get to class on time from 23C to 140 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cheerleading and all the wonder- ful people I've met II: Bigelow: College Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee I, 2, 3: Cheer Leaders 3: Vespers 2, 3: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Class Committee 1: Tennis 2, 3: Volley Ball 2, 3: Intramural Sports I, 2, 3: Music Club I, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. STEPHANIE VAN VLOTEN 21 Oak Terr., Newton Highlands Stevie Suppressed Desire: To be dis- missed from school every day at nOOI'I Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore and junior home- rooms I Will to N. H. S.: Newton Plan and Sophomore speech hall IV: Weeks: College Legislature I, 3: Spring Musical 2: Rally Committee 3: Junior Red Cross Council 1: A Capella Choir 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Softball 1, 2: Music Club 3: Outing Club 3. and the 61'Cl.lI2Zg prom CHARLES JOSEPH VENTO 101 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Corner Charlie Suppressed Desire: To get out of Building II II: Bigelow: College Baseball 2: Basketball I, 2, 3: Football I, 2, 3. 3' if DEBORAH JUDITH WALDMAN 230 Homer Sr., Newton Centre Deby Favorite Pastime: Bunny's and my "Warshman sisters" routine I Will to N. H. S.: My "springo- lated" double pony-tail I: Weeks: College Legislature I: Home Room Man- ager I: Newtonite 2: junior Red Cross Council I: Ushers I, 2: Latin Club I, Z, 3: Music Club I, 3. VY SIDNEY IRVING VOGEL 160 Waltham St., West Newton Favorite Pastime: Playing chess on Fridays after school I Will to N. H. S.: My brother IIIB: Day: Business junior Red Cross Council I, 2: Library 3: Chess Club 1, 2, 5. x . 3 .rjw A W.. GEORGE THOMAS WALKER S5 High SI., Newton Upper Falls George Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Preparing HQS. oh that odor! I Will to N. H. S.: Bus no. I50 I: Weeks: College ended my senior year with a bang! JUDITH RAE WALSH 20 Clyde St., Newtonville Judy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The mischief in 23C I Will to N. H. S.: All my late to school slips II: Day: College Girls' Chorus 3, Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2, junior Red Cross Council 3: Basketball 1, 33 Tennis 1, 3: Archery l, 2, 3: Badminton 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 3, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3: Drama Club 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. . ..L- V.. i . "'l2f"i:i.s:i3 if' ' ia 3" me IRMA BETH WARSHAVER 145 Paulson Rd., Waban Bunny Favorite Pastime: Deby's and my "Warshman sisters" routine Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My energetic junior homeroom with Mrs. Neufeld I: Weeks, College Orange Book 2, 5: Spring Musi- cal lg Golf 3, Tennis 2, 3, Drama Club lg English Club 11 French Club 31 Music Club 2, 3: Orch- esis I, 2, 3. DORIS ELIZABETH WARD 1913 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Favorite Pastime: Being with Ronnie I Will to N. H. S.: A book of threats for Mr. Gradone 84 his bookkeeping classes IV, Warreng Business Home Room Manager 3, Rally Committee 1, Z, 3, Dance Com- mittee lg Ushers 2g Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Music Night 2: Tennis 31 Archery 2: Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club l. s Q is I 1: .. X I l s.v I -. A. fi' JAMES ALBERT WARNER 104 Auburndale Ave., West Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Densmore's shop classes Favorite Pastime: Riding a motor- cycle IIIAQ Warren, Business ROBERTA WARSHAW 151 Oakdale Rd., Newton Highlands "Bobbi," "Sandy" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those S-Block meetings at the beginning of my junior year I Will to N. H. S.: Pupils as in- telligent as they used to be for Mr. Ethier II: Weeks, College Basketball 3, Golf 3, Tennis 2, 3, Archery 2, 33 Badminton 3, Bowling 1, 2: Cavalry Club 33 French Club 23 Future Teachers Club 3, Music Club 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. ALLAN WARSOWE 22 Rowena Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To be a cow- boy Favorite Pastime: Cross Country Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The two doctors I: Weeks: College Associates Council Representative 2, P.T.S.A. Board lg Legislature 1, 2, 3: Home Room Manager 1, 2, Newtonian, Literary Editor 31 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, Drama Festival 1, Dance Committee l, 2, Track, Indoor 1, 2, Track, Cross Country 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 2, English Club 1, 2, Mathe- matics Club Zg Music Club 2: Science Club 1. ESTHER SHIRLEY WAX 215 Waverley Ave., Newton Es, Mom Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Creedon's English class I Will to N. H. S.: My brother, Sidney, may the school withstand the blow Ig Bigelow, College Legislature 3, Orange Book 2, 31 Senior Play 3: Vespers 2, 31 Ushers 2, 3: A Capella Choir l, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 33 Badmin- ton 2: Softball 3: Volley Ball 2: Intramural Sports 1, Z, 3: Eng- lish Club 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3, Out- ing Club 1, 2, 3. RAY ALLEN WEBB 16 Shawmut Pk., Newton Upper Falls Suppressed Desire: To see the world Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Batt IIIA: Weeks: Service Football 1. ROBERT CRAIG WEBBER 7 Williams Sr., Newton Upper Falls Bob Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being here ' I Will to N. H. S.: My brother II: Weeks: Service Orange Shield 3: Assistant Home Room Manager 3. VIRGINIA MAE WEBER 60 Fessenden St., Newtonville Ginnie Suppressed Desire: Never to lose contact with the wonderful friends I've made at Newton High Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The spirit shown at the Cranston, Rhode Island, football game II, Day, College Senior Play 35 Rally Committee 3, Dance Committee 2, Ushers lg Ollice Work 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Class Committee 25 Tennis lg In- tramural Sports lg Future Teach- ers Club 33 Outing Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 3. .33 P A. any in SANDRA IRMA WEINER 44 Fenno Rd., Newton Centre Sandi Suppressed Desire: Not to get up at 6:30 to get a parking space in front at 7:30 I Will to N. H. S.: Private park- ing spaces and a smoking room l: Weeks: College Newtonite 3: Tigerama Commit- tee 2, 3: Rally Committee 2: Dance Committee 1, 2: Ushers 2: Tennis 1, 2: Drama Club 2: Eng- lish Club 1: French Club l, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club I. ELLEN LUCILLE WEISS 1745 Commonwealth Ave., West Newton El Suppressed Desire: To tour Eur- ope on my own Vespa or my own horse, Chatau I Will to N. H. S.: The 254' bag of confetti I have been using for N. H. S.: football games since the ninth grade I: Warren: College Home Room Manager 2: Orange Book 2, 3: Spring Musical 2: Dance Committee 1, 2: Stage Crew 1: Ushers 2: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Archery 3: English Club 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 2: Inter- national Club 2: Latin Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 39 Outing Club 1, 2: Rifle Club 3. HELEN JANE WEISS 21 Beaconwood Rd., Newton Highlands Hel,Weissy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: judy: 50 pennies: and doubling with nine pair of best friends I Will to N. H. S.: My Cleve- land accent: Levis: and an old sweatshirt I: Brush High, Cleveland, Ohio: College Tigerama Committee 2: Rally Committee 2: Dance Committee 2: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 2: Ushers 2, 3: Basketball 3: Golf 2: Tennis 2, 3: Archery 3: Softball 1: Spanish Club 2. MARTHA ELLEN WERMAN 11 Fenwick St., Waban Marty, Mart Suppressed Desire: To tour Eur- ope on my own Vespa and to earn the money by playing folk- songs on my banjo Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Bissex and the egg crates in 139 I: Weeks: College Legislature 1: Civics Committee 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Committee 3: Spring Musical 2: Dance Committee 1, 2: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Ofiice Work 3: Ten- niss 1, 2: Intramural Sports 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: School Ex- change 3. GAIL SUSAN WERNER 583 Chestnut St., Waban Suppressed Desire: To graduate from college with an M.R.S. de- gree Favorite Pastime: Being with "the kids" II: Weeks: College Tennis 3: French Club 2, 3: Mu- sic Club 2, 3: Outing Club 3. MICHAEL ERNEST WEYLER 44 Pembroke St., Newton Corner Mike Favorite Pastime: Dreaming I Will to N. H. S.: A one thou- sand car parking lot I: Bigelow: College Marching Band 1, 2, 33 Concert Band 1: Boys' Chorus 1, 2: Avia- tion Club l, 3, Secretary-Treas- urer 2. -- .. HG JANET KAYE WHITE 347 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville jan Suppressed Desire: To own a Thunderbird Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The exchange to Philadelphia II: Day: Business National Honor Society 2, 3: School Exchange 2: Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Rally Committee 1, 2: Sophomore Pictures, Treas- urer 1: Tennis 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3. ,e.., . .X 8 B' A -:- . ,rig SALLY ANNE WICKLUND 57 Erie Ave., Newton Highlands Sal Suppressed Desire: To see a bas- ket-weaving convention held in room 134 Favorite Pastime: Sewing, writing and receiving letters Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: S- block in 23D l Will to N. H. S.: A tunnel from building I to building Il I: Weeks: College Basketball 1, 2: Tennis 1, 2: BARBARA ANNE WHEELER 104 Fairway Dr., West Newton Barbie, Barb Suppressed Desire: To walk down to Newtonville during a fire drill Favorite Pastime: Those S-Block lunches I: Day: College Legislature 2: Orange Shield 2, 3: Class Committee 3: Oliice Work 2, 3: Social Room Hostess 2: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 3: Dance Committee 1: Newtonite 2, Circulation Manager 3: Tennis 1: International Club 3: Latin Club 1, 2, 31 Outing Club 3. SUSAN EDNA WHITE 199 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Sue Favorite Pastime: Harwich Port: writing letters: and answering phones Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Meeting Rai between classes in my junior year I: Weeks: College Spring Musical 1: Rally Commit- tee 3: Theatrical Make-Up Staff 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1, 2: Outing Club 3: Spanish Club 3. The climax was the graduation ceremony ELANOR WILLIS 19 Francis St., Newton Centre Ellie, Shorty, Little One Favorite Pastime: Relaxing on weekends with a certain someone Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Passing between classes with the "fellas" I Will to N. H. S.: All the classes the "skippers" missed I: Weeks: College Newtonite 1: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 3: Basketball 2: Field Hockey 1: Latin Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3. ARLEEN BETTE WILSON 35 Noble St., West Newton Al, Arl, Wong Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day Margie and I got caught "sampling" our lunch in S-Block in 1306 l Will to N. H. S.: My brother Ricky. May he prosper I: Solomon Lewenberg Junior High: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Orange Book 2: French Club 3: Latin Club 2. iix . JULIE CAROL WILSON 40 Oakland St., Newton Corner Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 2:30 I Will to N. H. S.: More new teachers like Miss Allen IV: Bigelow: Business Tennis 2, 33 Archery 2, 3. JUDITH LOUISE WINER 41 Haynes St., Newton Centre Judie, Wong, Wongy, Jud Suppressed Desire: To marry a certain "engineer" Favorite Pastime: Driving to Brookline in my "o1d tin lizzy" II: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 3: Senior Play 1, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 3: Ushers 33 Theatrical Make-Up Work Shop: Art Club l, 2: Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club 3. or now we were each walking a separate path, JOAN GERTRUDE WINETSKY 39 White Oak Rd., Waban Joanie Suppressed Desire: To get the "CORNER" space at 8:25 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The memorable May 24th in my junior year I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 3: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 2, 3: New- tonite 1, 2: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Mu- sical 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Vespers I: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Tennis 1: Drama Club 1: Future Teachers Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2. KENNETH IRWIN WINSTON 415 Ward St., Newton Centre Ken, Kenny Suppressed Desire: To know the first name of every student at N. H. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: A sweet little bundle called "Sweat- shirt" I: Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, Presi- dent 3: Board of Directors of P. T. S. A. 3: Legislature 3: Civics Committee 3: Home Room Man- ager 1, 2: Orange Shield 2, 3: School Exchange 2: Newtonian 3: Orange Book 3: Senior Play 3: Parlimentatian of Legislature 3: Track, Indoor 1: Track, Outdoor 1: Cross Country Team 1: Chem- istry Club 2, 3: Mathematics Club 2, 3: Science Club 1. MARSHA DENICE WITTENBERG 99 Russell Rd., West Newton Marsh, Micki Suppressed Desire: To have a homeroom on the first floor Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Athletic apples" I: Day: College National Honor Society 2 , 3: Legislature 3: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Junior Red Cross Council 2, 3: Vespers 2: A Cap- ella Choir 1, 2: President Junior Red Cross Council 3: One of four teenagers sent by Red Cross to Japan 3: Latin Club 2: Library 1, 2: Mathematics Club 2, 31 Music Club 2, 3. NORMAN WITTY 660 Beacon St., Newton Centre I Will to N. I-1. S.: Some tie clips for C. C. I: Weeks: College Orange Book 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Cross Country 2, 3: Rifle Club 1. MARJORIE SANDRA WOLBARST 90 Boulder Rd., Newton Centre Margie Suppressed Desire: To complete all Mr. Holmes' history assign- ments Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day Arleen and I got caught "sampling" our lunch in S-block in 1306 I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Miss Waters I: Weeks: College Newtonite 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Debating Club 3: English Club, Secretary' 3: French Club 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Library Club 3: Music Club 3. SUSAN RAE WOLF 11 Fellsmere Rd., Newton Centre Sue Suppressed Desire: To join a fraternity Favorite Pastime: 4:00 o'clock in the morning-yoo-hoo-Joni! I: Bigelow: College Newtonite 3: Drama Board 1: Dance Committee 1, 2: Ushers 1: Girls' Chorus 1: Basketball Club 3: Tennis Club 3: Bowling Club 1, 2, 3: Drama Club, Treasurer 1: English Club 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. , .- rf B FN 1 .. - -l'f5if"a ' Ia. . '-., . ' rr v5.15-n i: .. . 'E f 'urea-1-r 1--'fifif-11" - f 5 . , ..,, . ,... ,, .- f 1 . ,ran-, We gf.: . ..,:"2fTf:" was 'UP .Q 1-' - -Q Q, 54 da Y l R, Q PAULA M. WOLFSON 324 Ward St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: Organization with the girls I Will to N. H. S.: "The Blue Death" II: Bigelow: College junior Red Cross Council 3: Ves- pers 2, 33 Dance Committee I, 2: A Capella Choir I, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Tennis 3: English Club I, 2, 3: French Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. MARJORITE PAULA WOLLOCK I I Sutcliff Pk., Newton Highlands Margie Suppressed Desire: To have a homeroom on the first floor Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year I Will to N. H. S.: Ladders for short students with high lockers II: Solomon Lewenberg Junior High: College Golf 3: Tennis 2, 3: Archery 3: Bowling 2: French Club 3: Fu- ture Teachers Club 3: Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 2, 3. MING O. WONG 34 Pelham St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To be an en- gineer Favorite Pastime: To have A lunch II: Weeks: College Basketball 2: Rifle Club I. JAMES WILLIAM WOODLOCK 70 Eddy St., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To make a mild wind out of a "Hurricane" Favorite Pastime: Temptation Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Getting out of S-Blocks the hard way I Will to N. H. S.: My trouble- some personality, may it remain here always ll: Bigelow: College Legislature 2: Senior Class Com- mittee: Baseball I, 2, 3: Basket- ball l, 2, 3: Intramural Sports I, 5. GEORGE ALBERT YAFFE 533 Hammond St., Chestnut Hill Favorite Pastime: Temptation Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All my Kenyon Classes I Will to N. H. S.: More girls like some I know lg Warren: College Legislature 2. 3: Intramural Sports I, 3: Rifle Club I, 2: Chess Club 1,2, 3. JAMES YANCY, JR. 99 Hicks St., West Newton jim Suppressed Desire: Boxing and Football Favorite Pastime: Talking to the girls. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Not taking gym, and still getting my credit I Will to N. H. S.: My old scars from football in my junior and senior year IV: Warren: College Legislature 2: Executive Commit- tee I: Home Room Manager 2: President of Sophomore Class: Football 1, 2, 3: Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3. leaving behind our days at N H S WILLIAM TOWNE YOUNG 76 Moffat Rd., Waban Suppressed Desire: To break the state discus record I Will to N. H. S.: An orange shield for S-Block IV: Warren: College Vespers 2, 3: A Capella Choir I, 2, 3: Basketball I, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3: Intramural 3: Music Club 3: Rifle Club 2. ELINOR BARRY YUDIN 45 Plainfield St., Waban "Ellie," "El" Suppressed Desire: To finish my senior year at N. H. S.: I Will to N. H. S.: A homeroom on the first floor for the end of the alphabet I: Weeks: College Orange Shield 2: Orange Book 2, 3: Spring Musical I, 2: junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee 2: Archery 1: Art Club l: French Club 2, 3: Latin Club 1: Music Club 2, 3: Orch- esis 1, 2, 3: School Exchange 3. MARION ELIZABETH YOUNG 26 Stafford Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To know whe- ther I'm coming or going Favorite Pastime: Sitting around Loring's Studio I: Weeks: College Legislature 1: Civics Committee 3: School Exchange 5: Newtonian 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2: Rally Committee 2, 33 Cheer Leaders 2, 3: junior Prom Dance Committee 2: Class Commitee 2: Guidance Office Receptionist 3: Chairman of half-time rally 3: Intramural Sports 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 2, Secretary- Treasurer 3. KENNETH EDWARD ZALCMAN '9 Grove Hill Ave., Newtonville Kenny Suppressed Desire: To do ii lot better in college than I did here Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Walking up the stairs of build- ings I, II, and III Favorite Pastime: Going to par- ties I Will to N. H. S.: Enough money to build elevators in all the buildings II: Day: College Chess Club l, 2, 5. . . ...ppvln .-..J!Fl!!?'L.-JlF'1l...,, .. LYNN MARION ZEITMAN 15 Wallace St., Newton Highlands Lynnsy Favorite Pastime: Being with a "certain someone" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those "Big Plans" with Dotty and Di II: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Dance Committee 1, 2: Ushers 1, 2: Of- fice Helper 2: Softball 1: Music Club 2, 33 Orchesis 1, 2: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. FRANCIS CHARLES ZOLLI 148 Linwood Ave., Newtonville "Doc" Suppressed Desire: To be a 6'4" "All American" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The "fragrant" odor of the locker room I: Day: College Legislature 3: Civics Committee 3: Orange Shield 3: Class Presi- dent 2: Associates President 3: P.T.S.A. Board 3: Student Activi- ties Committee 2: Football I, 2, 3: Track, Indoor 3: Track, Out- door I, 2, 3. JOSEPH I. ZOPHIN 66 Westchester Rd., Newton "Zoph," 'Joe" Suppressed Desire: To build a hot rod Favorite Pastime: Standing on the corner in the morning waiting for Harriet Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mrs. Allen's math class, row 5, seat 1 I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Miss Jewett I: Bigelow: College MARGARET FRANCES ZOTTU 95 Country Club Rd., Oak Hill Peggy, Zots Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Pittsburgh Exchange and being a general nuisance in 118 I Will to N. H. S.: My space in the files of N. H. S. - last I: Weeks: College Legislature 3: School Exchange 2: Newtonian 3: Spring Musical 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Ushers 2: Tennis 1, 2: Archery I: Badmin- ton 2: French Club 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. KENNETH BARRIE, JR. 54 Goddard St., Newton Highlands Red Suppressed Desire: To see the day when one will have adequate standing room in the cafeteria Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Thinking of the pleasant talks I enjoyed with the former N. H. teacher, Mr. Daniel F. Konghan II: Weeks: College CLIFFORD HARWOOD BEECHER 17 Leighton Rd., Aubutndale Cliff,Cliffy Suppressed Desire: To be top eliminator at the "Nationals" Favorite Pastime: Pauline II: New Hampton Prep., N. H.: College Home Room Manager 1: Base- ball 3: Basketball 3. RICHARD ANTHONY CIVETTI 44 West St., Nonantum Dick Suppressed Desire: To graduate Favorite Pastime: Girls IV: Day: Service SHIRLEY DIANE CONDON 15 Woodward St., Newton Highlands Shirl II: Williamstown High School: College Tigerama Committee 3: Dance Committee 1: Girls' Chorus: Rally Committee. GEORGE C. DANIELS 84 Clark St., Framingham Butch Suppressed Desire: To burn "Ed's" Code Book Favorite Pastime: Giving Lupie a hard time I Will to N. H. S.: Ed, all my old and beat up code books III: Lincoln Junior High, Fram- ingham: Business Basketball. Camera Shy RICHARD FRANCIS DRUGAN 19 Harrison St., Natick Drug Suppressed Desire: To be a ballet dancer Favorite Pastime: Shoveling the snow out of room 2T Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The teachers at the trade school I Will to N. H. S.: My tremen- dous ability to goof off IIIA: Natick High School, Natick: Business Anti-Smokin Committee: Ad- ministrative Aids 1, 2: Vice presi- dent 3: Baseball 2: Basketball 1, 2, Captain 3. RONALD A. FARMER 10 Pine St., Natick Ronnie Suppressed Desire: To have my own business Favorite Pastime: Making money Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The girls I Will to N. H. S.: Room 2105 IIIA: Brunswick I-Iigh, Brunswick, Maine: Business PATRICK DAVID FLEMING 92 Manor Ave., Wellesley Pat Favorite Pastime: Anne Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Good old Mr. Toscano I Will to N. H. S.: My snow shovel to Mr. Hingston IIIA: Wellesley Jr. High, Welles- ley: Business ' Basketball 1. JOSEPH RAYMOND GALLANT 57 Pleasant St., Newton Centre "Flyin' Frenchman" or "Ray" IIIA: Weeks: Business STEVEN ARONALD GROSSACK 51 Everett St., Newton Centre IV: Weeks: Service ELEANOR MAY HANSBURY 19 Carteton St., Newton Ellie IV: Bigelow: Business Suppressed Desire: To graduate Favorite Pastime: Daydreaming JEFFREY WALTER HERSEY 32 Fisher Ave., Newton Highlands Jeff Suppressed Desire: To have a "drag" in the Building III tunnel Favorite Pastime: Bombing around Weston Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Another Elm Rd. II: Weeks: College NORMAN EDWARD LICHT 95 Grant St., Framingham Flash Suppressed Desire: To go back with Judy and own my shop Favorite Pastime: Thinking of my favorite girl Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Kingston playing detective in room 2T I Will to N. I-I. S.: More boys like Roy French to Mr. Murray IIIA: Weeks: Business FRANCIS STEPHEN MacDONALD I 1 Winthrop Ave., Newton Mac Suppressed Desire: To get out of school Favorite Pastime: Beer I Will to N. H. S.: Room 2Q's 19 empty seats IIIA: Our Lady's, Newton: Service RICHARD PATRICK MacDONALD 11 Winthrop Ave., Newton Corner Richie Suppressed Desire: To quit school Favorite Pastime: Girls Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Saxonville '57 I Will to N. H. S.: My blue cards I: Bigelow: College WILLIAM ROBERT MILDNER 95 Floral St., Newton Highlands Bill IIIA: Weeks: Service Suppressed Desire: To out wit Mr. Murry Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those days in Mr. Houle's room Favorite Pastime: Outdoor Sports I Will to N. H. S.: The corner of Building II for the IV year cabinet shop WILLIAM ANGELO PANNELLA 49 Ashmont Ave., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To graduate Favorite Pastime: Sleeping Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Bell at 3:10 I Will to N. H. S.: The ball point pen I lost IIIA: Day: Service JERRY FRANKLIN PIERCY 54 Williams St., Newton Centre Jerry Suppressed Desire: To get out of high school Favorite Pastime: Boating, Fish- ing, Girls, etc. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The otiices of Mr. Foster, Mr. Hawkes, Mr. Swan II: Bigelow: Service ROBERT PETER REARDON 12 Euston St., Brookline Banker Suppressed Desire: To be 6 feet 9 inches tall Favorite Pastime: Looking at the girls Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sitting in Mr. Karpas' Human Relations class I Will to N. H. S.: My parking space in front of Building I IV: Bigelow: Serviie RONALD JOSEPH ROGERS 71 Wabasso Rd., Auburndale Rog Suppressed Desire: To tinish and get out Favorite Pastime: Watching the sophomore girls I Will to N. H. S.: A high volt- age tube with a charge IIIA: Warren: Service RAYMOND E. SEDERQUEST, JR. Haywood St., Hopkinton Favorite Pastime: Reading about Electronics subjects and working with radio and televisions Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Working on Arc 5 government surplus receivers in the radio shop IIIA: I-Iopkinton I-Iigh, Hopkin- ton: Business Radio Club. RICHARD G. SEMENTELLI 6 Bemis Rd., Newtonville Dick, Sem Favorite Pastime: Cars and Girls IIIA: Day: Service FRITZ KARL SMAKULA 15 Orris St., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To graduate Favorite Pastime: Sleeping in class Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: German I Will to N. H. S.: Mr. Gold- man's Elvis Ig Warren: College LEEMAN B. STUART 2246 Langley St., Newton Centre Lee IIIAQ Weeks: Business A. A. The End LUCAS ANTHONY TADDEO I5 Jones Ct., Newton Tad Suppressed Desire: To catch Hol- lywood Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 2 250 IV: Day: Service THOMAS C. TARANTO 320 Charles St., Waltham Tuck IlIA: South Junior High, Wal- tham Business GEORGE EDWARD TERREN Peakman Rd., South Sudbury Brother IIIA: Nedham Jr. High: Business WILLIAM JOHN TRUMBLE 55 West Pine St., Auburndale "Billy" Suppressed Desire: To be a four color lithographer Favorite Pastime: Watching auto shop gangs in duel with Mr. Card IIIA: Clarke School, Northamp- ton, Mass.: Business JOSEPH JOHN WALSH 49 Shawe St., West Newton Joe Suppressed Desire: To ring the bell on Mr. Hingston's desk I Will to N. H. S.: A snow plow for Mr. Hingston IIIA: Warren: Service Administrative aid. THOMAS JOSEPH WOLOSKI 24 Bridge St., Nonantum II: Our Lady's, Newton, Business Boys' Chorus 2, 3. 93 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS The Tiger would be amazed at all the work the Senior Class Committee can accomplish in one school year. Besides being in- directly responsible for the Senior Supper, Senior Night, and the Senior Prom, the Committee also makes suggestions for the selec- St. ix "I 'Ez 1 , I . , Q SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Prerident -- Robert Calvert, Fin! Vice President - Patricia Howard, Second Vice Preridenz - Beverly Henrich, Sec- retary - Joan Lewis, Treafurer - Ruth Butterfield, Advisor - Miss South. tion of the senior class graduating gift. The success of practically all the Senior Class functions depends on the hard work and in- dustry of its committee. SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEE MEMORIES SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NGVEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY1 FEBRUARY ,E if gg if . ., .ru " "- ' Q -..- 1 five -' .. 'X' xd'ii..n'i5,sf"'s. - KS-N .lm .J MARCH APRIL and MAY JUNE 'H 5, F:--sw, ' yi. 35 K W E 1 W, 1 Q1 l l af' Q 4 A. Helena Rubenstein, Inc. Now we applaud you!! SENIOR The Senior Play for 1958 will be one long remembered by its cast, its committees, and the people who saw it. This year, the Senior Class presented the hilarious farce "Charlie's Aunt." Rehearsals began with an eager cast and crew, and immediately the characters began to come alive on the stage, especially Charlie's aunt, played by John Deming. The rest of the cast along with the student directors worked with Mr. Spink, Miss Ryan, Mr. Chase, and all the committees to make the play the great success that it was. Gesundheit! A blue card from me to you!! PLAY Lord Fancourt Babberley jack Chesney , Charlie Wykeham , Brasset . Amy Spettigue Kitty Verdun ,. ,. . i i Mr. Steven Spettigue Donna Luda D'Alvad0rez Ela Delahay . . . , . Sir Francis Chesney Student Directors Actl - john Deming David Hazelton jim Draper Tim Kinchla ,. . Cathy Harper . Sandy Douglas Richard Boardman Judy Simone Francis Atwell Howard Gidez Susan Duchin Act II - joan Rosenthal Act III -- Emily MacMillan 1 Which one will I choose? I'll smash you!!! Alley oop! !! Take tea and see! 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Legx Charlie Vento Most Collegiale Bob Calvert Bert Build Dick "Spider" Lourie Mort Friendly Ruth Butterfield Biggexl Clown Doc Zolli Biggext Clockwatchen' Class of 1958 N---gi M on Fruxlrated Does this mean YOU? ACTIVITIES 1,54 x I 'NUR I MS WMIE A I -' I .MXN I!! A X ! I. III' I, I f I ' H xr I . 'I I I I I , . fl bf I ' I . ' ' x XXX I f If N . .XI ' 1- ' 'wx I I1 'Y IMI' f X' Aw f I I , I I ' ,I 4. If my I' I I I 1" If 7 X xx I I , I If I I . A,! I, T I - AQ- ll I 'K 4A m l X if II xx ' IIId,WIQ,'iINQXix7k5l +-4 N I K Z9 ff If if Y ,II R X -I I I I I I l IIA .I .. ,kxx L ,I ,. ,,,!. ,f I WI III? I' I Ii V , J KJQIEAXI Wy' I I X , X Q . I X Xxikggxllil uv If Al b V- X I I f X I In my X I X I , I I W I I I I I , I XX A ,Q 2 x - .Lf--: LX NEWTONIAN AND SO IT WAS First Deadline Second Deadline ii Q. I 1? w wg' ii? 4 is Ui 2 4... Je Third Deadline F ourtb Deadline This is our blood - shed for the cause . . . 104 First Row: P. Gravellese, E. Lane, S. Duchin, L. Bolan, Mr. Little, S. J. Becker, J. Goldstein, 1. Rosenthal, N. Levowich, derHohannesian, A. Warsowe, L. Shapiro, D. Trilling, S. Goldberg, M. Fessenden, J. Winetsky, M. Rice, P. Zottu, M. Wittenberg. Third Row: M. Rosen- berg, M. Hume, C. Shulman, M. Kline, j. Purlmutter, A. Morrison, L. Newtonian adviser Spenser, S. Thierry, J. Simone, K. O'Donnell, 1. Iambert, E. Remley, Douglas, B. Kantar, T. Gross, B. Swerling. Second Row: N. Kaden, C. Kurson, M. Jacobs, B. Halikman, B. Pearlstein, Fourlh Roux' D. Armet, B. Kanter, H. Metcalf, A. Paulson, K. Winston, H. Shapiro, F. Manguso, D. Morrison, B. Sidel, F. Schlaepfer, E. Glickman, M. Gladstone, E. Berger, V. Berman. V W Q1 lf'-1 4 . ? P'-4 Q E , ,- 5. The only accurate, comprehensive, and indelible record of this great class of 1958 . . . The only barrier against the ravages of time and the fading of these precious memories . . . The only pictorial record of ourselves and our classmates as we really looked during our high-school career. All of these things is the Newtonian, our senior yearbook. Many years from now when our class has been scattered and dissipated to the far corners of this sphere, when we are not nearly so rich or successful as we had once hoped to be, and when all our beautiful high-school dreams have been conquered by bitter reality: Then shall men look fondly back through the yellowed pages of this book and say of the class of 1958 - "This was their finest hour." ORANGE BOOK Pint Row: Miss Ashley, R. Cooper, E. Berger, S. Loeb, K. Winston, A. Wilson, J. Becker. Second Row: R. Butterfield, P. Shrier, C. Shaw, N. Witty. "Get lost - or get an Orange Book!" warns the hard-working staff of the school Orange Book. This staff of busy workers, who try to squeeze studying into their flurry of getting write-ups approved, supplies the informa- tion concerning the school that they wish they had had as sophomores. The organization's job is to revise the previous year's Orange Book to it the un- predictable needs of the coming year. Advisor: Clara W. Ashley 106 NEWTONITE -14,1 ...M Avis fn f" fv- 4. 4-6 ax 4 NEWTONITE EDITORIAL STAFF Long after Newton Highs cor- ridors have become dark and empty and Newton students have settled down to another long night of home- work, a light still shines from a window high up in Building One. It comes from the "Newtonite" olhce where a group of hardworking editors are adding the finishing touches to another hardhirting issue of Newton I-Iigh's bi-weekly news- paper. These senior editors are aided in their work by students in the journalism class who are getting formal instruction in journalism and serving as apprentices and reporters on the "Nc-wtonite" at the same time, This combination of devoted work- ers results in a fine "Newtonite which is truly the voice of the stu- LlCnt lJOLly. NEWTONITE ADVERTISING AND LAYOUT STAFF 4 sg 4.3 Q9 Q: 5 ,,. it 5' 'fzffi I K7 Q- y. i 5' U 3 'NY fm, wykj qv 5' .Wag I i 1 9' 4 .1 L. - X,,. Ut A 3 Q 9 1 - -gf E, ,. W H " ' 1 "' A , M fi K3 3- -H 1 f ' QQ E it ,,., mf - " A ,Q .QM Q I "QQ 'xv . silk V . L. fm 3' W if ' 'Warn ll P ' .ga . - Q Y u ' Y 2 f A N , tx QQ, x , Q sg Q Qi' SSI' Nflffx I . Q. 1 1 'L M l '.-h K vs ' 'X ff ' ' X ' xv f' A X is QQQ, 'K J Q 1 Q .f Q A :vip f . we X. Q Y IKL qi- ' f V5 i V kkkk if Y! 'hx Y Q is 1 Y 4, 5, 1 Q A' N I 3 ' if f sp' in 4 X 3 2 X Q s fi. ,5-., V X ll f ' gf .N Q f Srflilfr2:'v:ff Q --S. ' - .f++sfif z g X Q-'Q f 5 f J' - A .i i J 'Q ' t R 'y . ,..A Y ii xr A ' X X ' , Qi .E Lg.: gy " 1 Y 5, -in as I -Q DWXQW if lil SOPHOMORE AND JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Prerident: John Canon, Vice Prerident: Vinny Farina, Prerident: Lawrence Yeo, Vice Prefident: Howard Secretary: Margie Casselman, Trearuren' Alan Cope- Levine, Secretary: Diane Fay, Trearurer: Marcia Kerr, land, Advixor: Mr. jack Shapiro. Advifor: Miss Rachel johnson. JUNIOR CLASS COMMITTEE 'l'I0 ORANGE SHIELD From all of us who eat in the cafeteria, a hearty thanks should go out to the Orange Shield. This group of service-minded students is responsible for the cleanliness and clliciency so necessary for our well-run cafeteria. Under the guidance of Messieurs Foster and Rogers and thc Civics Board, The Orange Shield helps provide a pleasant break in our school day. Advisor: Mr. Foster 111 A CAPELLA CHOIR Oh! Oh! Oh! Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh! This is not a lamenting D lunch suffererg it's Newton High Schools A Capella Choir tuning up. This year A Capella moved to new quarters in the basement of Building Two and added new sounds of joy to the deep, dark reaches of our school. A superlative per- formance of Handel's "Messiah", sung at Christmas Vespers, was by far the high point of the year's activities. Hard work and determina- tion again made'A Capella Choir the outstanding singing organi- zation in Newton High. Composed of members of the Marching Band and any other enthusiastic musicians, the Concert Band performs at various school functions during the year. Besides presenting an exciting concert for the Music Club, the Band high-lighted the year with a sparkling performance at the Spring Music Festival. The Concert Band, whose repetoire consists of modern and semi-classical music, even con- descended to present a little known concert in cooperation with our foe, Brookline High!! CONCERT BAND 2555-i!!k?32ifaf1'f.-g H2f!'!!vtr-wiaw ,YQ 1. .a1.4f.t,.4,ig.f.i,4,a.1 gtg f+g', , 'iii AQ? l Ili ig' JUNIOR AND SENIOR GIRLS' CHORUS From out of Newton Highs beloved 2512 eomes the sweet nightingale strains of the excellent junior and Senior Girls' Chorus. This group of avid singers meets every Tuesday and Thursday to sing for their own enjoyment and prepare music for the annual Spring Music Festival, ln addition, the junior and Senior Girls' Chorus enhances its reputation by appearing in eoneerts outside of school and on local radio stations. Advisor: Mr, laslcer The philosophy of this group of untrained but hearty voices is that one's problems can be drowned in song. College songs, folk songs, standards -A the music really doesn't matter ew the Boys' Chorus sings everything with the same gusto and enthusiasm. From this group, talented singers can rise into the more advanced A Capella Choir. Advisor: Miss Seaver BOYS' CHORUS ti T E 3 Q 1 THE UNITED NATIONS T958 SENIOR CLASS FIRST The United Nations was visited by forty Newton High School students under the supervision of Mr. Daniel Willard on Wednesday, November twentieth. The trip was highlighted by a tour of the United Nations buildings and attendance at meetings of the Security Council and the Economic and Social Council. Transportation to New York was by train, and dinner was eaten at one of New York's famous Restaurants. Advisor: Mr. Willard Q Q 45:0 " 3 "" vw, 35 Sl 3 v' 6. ,ima as , .K i . : k .. ...P A Q' f.Lf ii? -Q,-f 5 ,. 7 -D . 'WZ Q: QT ., M . 14 M ,W 446 Lf 343 3 f 3 ,if 'SX E .Q , I -nm I ?qf,..,3 gi . HX M 5 . ..,, A K I I 9 if ww 3 . i, Hi .. 7, 1. I UMW ' If SEM 16? E Qi L asm' 'A A t , A, MQ Q: X - x - ' c me 1. f - i . ' N r ' , . ki- N. 5 - . V, m. W 4 1 L, x I Q L. K , K K , ' . . Q4 sf 'bangs lg. gifs?-. k I. Sis . sq QQ Q Qt .Q n- , .-.V ' y if in ,., ag .Q . 2- xv' +4133 1., . , "Watch out, Tiger!" was the cry heard at Newton High School when the Hunting and Fishing Club roamed around the campus. This lively club not only went on field trips Qto real fields! J but also had movies, lectures, and discussions on new, improved methods of shooting and casting. All in all, the members of this group learned much and had lots of fun . . . but they never did catch the Tiger! President: Pete Gilson Vice President: john Hogan Advisor: Mr. Clark Simms First Row: J. Hogan, P. Gilson. Second Row: L. Morill, F. Posner, Mr. Simms. Fin! Row: L. Crosby, E. Rabb, B. Freedman, M. Tonks, E. Cohen, K. Sternfeld. Second Row: H. Getter, M. Theophile, M. Singer, J. Bedrick, II. Gilbern, B. Heintz, A. Holmes, M. Silverman. Third Row: 1. Clement, M. Kuhns, R. Kaplan, F. Lerner, W. Shaevel, J. Blivis, B. Kruger, M. Tabor, Mr. Hybels. Fourth Row: G. Rogel, F. Jarrett, J. Barron, G. Nelson, F. Posner, E. Mandell, R. Kates, L. Breitman. HUNTING AND FISHING CLUB INTERNATIONAL CLUB In New York, the Algerian question was hotly being debated in the United Nations, with France threatening to walk out! In Newton High School's International Club, students anxiously listened to a French speak- er present the French viewpoint, and dis- cussed the problem with him. Similarly, members of the International Club debate both sides of many of the world crises of 1957-1958, at Newton High, at conferences at neighboring schools, and were at the mock United Nations General Assembly at Harvard University. The issues concerning the nations of the world concerned this club also. President: jane Gilbern Vice President: Ferne Mintz Secretary: Judy Bedrick Treasurer: Felix Shlaepfer Advisor: Mr. Hybels LATIN CLUB The Latin Club may easily be considered one of the most active as its program this year included many exciting projects. In November, the members visited Belmont High School as guests of its Latin Club, and, in May, they attended the unior Classical League at Norton High School, Norton, Mass. In addition to these trips speakers movies er al were included. President: Hal Cohen Vice President: Stan Wollack Secretary: Mark Baisman Program Chairman: Carol Chandler Advisor: Miss jewett METEOROLOGY CLUB Everyone talks about the weather, but no one does anything about it. Perhaps someday the members of the Meteorolgy Club will discover a way to keep N. H. S. free from snow, sleet, and rain. But the chief activity of these weather enthusiasts is to make daily observations from the roof of Building II and predictions of the weather to come. These observations include barometric pressure, wind velocity, temperature, and cloud condi- tions. President: Clinton Shaw Vice President: jeremy Alperin Secretary: Eugene Schwaab Treasurer: George Parker Advisor: Dr. Navez 117 STAGE CREW We have all seen school productions such as the Senior Play and the Drama Festival. Back in the shadows, out of the spotlight, work the people re- sponsible for the lights, sound, curtain, scenery, and all the effects so neccessary to such productions. We all owe the Stage Crew a note of thanks for its success in presenting all our auditorium activities. Advisor: Mr. Chase MOTION PICTURE SQUAD The Motion Picture Squad is a school service organization. Squad members operate the projectors when hlms and slides are shown in the assembly hall, the classroom, or at club meetings. Whether it be power failure, faulty camera, or tangled film, the squad member will always overcome the difficulty at hand and successfully present his appointed film. Advisor: Mr. Michael Gradone President: Peter Shrier Vice President: Simon Shapiro Secretary: Robert Goren Treasurer: Earl Lane , W- Q , 'gm . if 5 -afar ev 9 I 1 i K ' -ii? q. . e.e'l 1 ' , K 5-Ss QQ -xr' 5331 1 ez. ' ' +V 5' fr. ,ws A QT ' E Li A X I Q' - 'vw N x Q, . x , U15-ff ,. K 2 First Row: M. Greenwald, E. Gardner, E. Brown, M. Kane. Second Row: M. Coleman, A. Purlstein, B. Blumenberg, J. Greene, S. Rosenberg. SPANISH CLUB El Club Espanol ha estado muy activo durante el ano pasado. fThe Spanish Club has been very active this year.J This the club's program included a trip to jose Greco's Spanish Ballet, movies in Spanish, and speakers from Spanish-speaking countries. Did you realize that the Tiger can growl in five languages? President: joe D'Amico Vice President: Barry Kanter Secretary: Pat Ransom Treasurer: Paul Atkinson Advisor: Mr. Davis 120 SCIENCE CLUB Besides working on the many activi- ties of the Science Club, the enthusiastic members also entered a group project in the School Science Fair. This project studied the many aspects and possi- bilities of space travel. The Club also assisted in the running and organization of the Fair. During the year, the Science Club members attended lectures by several well-known speakers and went on various field trips. President: Edward Brown Vice President: Elliot Gardner Secretary: Mike Greenwald Treasurer: Morty Kane Pint Row: Marsha Bereson, C. Cogan, R. Cohen, P. Ransom, P. Atkinson, J. D'Amico, B. Kanter, C. Aarons, M. Sherman, Mr. Davis. Second Row: R. Shapiro, R. Cohen, S. White, A. Holmes, B. Baer, S. Fessenden, J. Rosenthal, S. I-loldridge, S. Oldsman, N. Scammon. Third Row: D. Gurvitz, S. Douglas, J. .Meshorer, L. Babbitt, E, Needell, G. Brent, S. Hamilton, M. Haffer, J. Arnold. TUSYLALA Creativity is the keynote of this select group of eager writers. After admittance, which is on a com- petitive basis, members submit their own poetry or prose to the candid criticism Cancl sometimes praise!J of their fellow members. Who knows to which of these young Shakespeares the Muse will take a fancy? President: Lois Shapiro Vice President: Stephanie Grant Secretary: Jean Winer Treasurer: jerry Bilderman Advisor: Mr. Cutting Firrt Row: C. Keubler, N. Preston, E. Newton. Second Row: D. Guernes, S. Van Steenbergen, E. Kahn, B. Bruce, C. Tevekelian, M. Young. Firrt Row: B. Cline, S. Grant, L. Shapiro, J. Winer, S. Sherman, G. Sloane. Second Row: J. Biederman, M. Cohen, J. McClintock. CHEERLEADERS Three cheers for the Tiger and his harem - the effervescent, sparkling cheerleaders. At football games, basketball games, Tigeramas and other school- wide activities, the cheerleaders have done their ut- most to stimulate and lead the school spirit in the N. H. S. students and urge our teams on to victory. Though daunted by mud, rain and cold weather, the cheerleaders have done their job and done it well. 121 First Row: J. Arnold, S. Shain, J. Lambert, M. Horovitz, C. Gilman, J. Litzerman, J. Foley, L. Miller. Third Row: K. Verdun, L. D'Alvadorez, S. Jacobs, L. Crosby. Second Row: Mr. Sherman, M. Hoye, E. Patterson, R. Fleischer, B. Boyle, E. Nitenson. CAVALRY CLUB CHEMISTRY CLUB "Hey, where's Building Two?" "Heh, Heh, the Chemistry Club strikes again!" No, Building Two is still with us, and the Chem- istry Club still has a lab in which to work. This club is composed of those students who desire to experiment further beyond class- room work, who bring their scientific curios- ity to Chemistry Club meetings. Because of the explosive enthusiasm of the members and advisor, the meetings are always lively and exciting. President: Ken Winston Vice President: Steve Secunda Secretary: Karen Franseen Treasurer: Betty Anderson Advisor: Mr. Hall 122 Hi Ho Silver! "Who are those people galloping through the Blue Hills?" Those worthy horsemen belong to the Newton High School Cavalry Club. Although some of the members are more ex- perienced than others, all share one common purpose: to have a fine time. Besides riding, the Club activities include movies and speakers. President: Minna Horovitz Vice President: Betty Hoye Secretary: Julia Lambert Treasurer: Carol Gilman Advisor: Mr. Sherman Fin! Row: R. Litzerman, K. Franseen, S. Secunda, K. Winston, B. Anderson, G. Spuler, J. Balkan Second-Row: Mr. Rist, S. Douglas, J. Prince, M. Eastman, N. Goulstein, H. Metcalf, B. Bilezikian Mr. Hall. Third Row: L. Shapiro, C. Letteney, M. Kane, L. Milner, M. Bialow, S. Landy, F. Kramer Keen thinking and quick rebutals are the only requirements for enjoying membership in the Debating Society. Resolved: that the government should initiate federal aid to education. Resolved: that the United States should spend more money on foreign aid. Resolved: that college fraternities are necessary for campus life. These and many other resolutions were the subjects of enthusi- astic intra-club and inter-school debates. The annual debate with Brookline High and the party at the end of the year highlighted the 1957-1958 season. President: Fred Jarrett Vice President: Carol Chandler Secretary: Mark Raisman Treasurer: Bill Goldfarb Advisor: Miss Kharas CHESS CLUB Every Friday afternoon the 55 or more members of the Chess Team and Club meet to test their skill in the absorbing game of chess. At one of these early meetings the Chess Team, comprised of the ten top chess players of the club, is formed, and goes on to participate in the Metropolitan League of Greater Boston, competing with various high school chess teams in the vicinity. New- ton High's team has often in the past placed among the top three teams of the league and probably will continue to be so for many years, thus bringing still more fame and honor to Newton High School. President: Fred Roisen Vice Presidentf Sid Vogel Secretary: Burgess Needle Treasurer: jim Sigel Captain: Louis Shapiro Advisor: Mr. Bodman DEBATING SOCIETY G 's YS' gsm 's 5 lv FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA First Row: P. Goldman, J. Winetsky, R. Cooper, D. Feldman, R. Gesmer. Second Row: Miss Bates, P. Averbuck, S. Fried, N. Frank, G. Gerstein, P. Margolin, C. Bullock, B. Levine. Third Row: M. Tonks, J. Kneeland, J. Freedman, S. Levine, J. Gladstone. Animi cultus humanitatis cibus. Xwwmww.. gxvrgnwwwww. xx.-an-""""""'ML This year The Future Teachers of America Club proud- ly boasted a membership of over 100 students, many of whom are planning careers in teaching. The club's program, designed to further the members' knowledge of the teaching profession, included speakers from the field of education, movies, and visits to elementary and secondary schools, as well as to the various teacher's colleges in the vicinity. President: Ruth Gesmer Vice President: Dorothy Feldman Secretary: Bobby Stempler Treasurer: Kathy Morse Advisors: Miss Bates Mr. Batchelder 5? 3 . fsz he ,, -Q df. ., M .,-f fm- ,1 A x we 5, S15 . , 'K ,V 4 .. 4+ ' f F - X ' Q Q 1 xy' ,gfg'5 A -Yffgie 155,43 ,ffyrijgp A -., I 9 5J Q, W U - -Qgjggne e 4 Q ' ,M 582 " ' 4-' .f,. .,., 1 fi ' ' ' 9 ,JE ,.,- , I fg. QW! 6 - 2 ,QQ I 9 'ffffffifl - W , V--,. ' '1Q1, 'L , ,A 'Q 'LL l 1 A.,: ,..- 4 Nfw X . "'Qi. 'f7 :,. f ' W . "", 2' " M 421456 ' U , 1 , ,ZV x A .'iV A :,.f .A,- ' fa 6 W , 4 . , w2+1Q?,,n, f , Q 1 ' - W, wx -w ' , 'if if if . ' ,f ,,V:,: .,, , - gif f x W Fw-.34 97, e Sf.-ar ,-5 ff: ' V fig ..'Q , ..--,, , A ,. E I v I H? 4 ::,,iVV Y ,g A A s , '-'J gif 7 As.. 4, 'J 1 , C ff - ,W V fi, W 3 'f 1 N Q C, X 'Z We - ,f,," '-"ff1' W v- vw Q 7' 1524 6 . " W 2: '5 , Q ' 1f Mf MV QQ x x X x S r x X wwf 14 Alb ? Uiiil' Q S' ,K wg . ff.- 27' ..5 ., ,,.,,' , . .f .aw 4 4 v . Q N 4, 'R Q rf L ' H r - mm- 2 .vi . .ffvwg ,fy rg, J 6 ,.-. 4,1 f 1: fmww 4 rs-.. -fa P. .K ,WA x fb fmfkwifmm Pint Row: J. Gilbern, E. Brown, E. Stanheld, E. Demeo, C. McFarland, E. Yudin, M. Munroe, B. Henrich, M. Lawson, B. Baer, C. Shrier. Second Roux' Mr. Kesselheim, S. Keiler, H. Van- Keuren, C. Rosenbaum, A. Berger, K. Novack, H. Metcalf, C. Letteney, M. Gladstone, E. Anderson B. Fredericks, Mrs. Geiger, Miss Sullivan. Third Row: J. Campbell, J. Alperin, R. Gordon, E Glickman, L. Milner, D. Morrison, R. Kantar, M. Greenwald, M. Zimmerman. v WASHINGTON, D. C. EXCHANGE Off to see the President! Well, not quite, but the members of this exchange were shown just about everything worth- while seeing in Washington by their hosts from Woodrow Wilson High School. En- thusiasm was the keynote of this exchange, and much intensive study of both com- munities, diverse fund-raising activities, eager letter writing, and hard work went into making this exchange successful. Our Newton Exchange members could hardly wait until April when they would entertain both the Washington and Yarmouth ex- changes, in an exciting and all-too-short week. Advisors: Miss Sullivan Mr. Kesselheim Pint Row: M. Smith, A. Sutherland, R. Evans, M. Young, N. Michaelson, C. lsenberg, M. Small, B. Adolph, J. Munroe, J. Arnold. Second Row: J. Prince, P. Isenberg, N. Goldberg, E. Berger, H. Cohen, D. Clark, C. Demerjian, M. Werman, A. Precious, L. McKenney, Mrs. Geiger, Miss Lee. T bird Row: P. Shrier, J. Sigel, H. Shapiro, S. Goldberg, P. Derow, W. Shaevel, D. Springer, D. Dow, G. Rogell, D. Stalford, Mr. Card. NOVA SCOTIA EXCHANGE "OH to the far north." That was the cry of the thirty exchange members as they headed for Yarmouth, Nova Scotia for a week of adventure. Although there were no dog sleds or Eskimos, there was plenty of excitement as the exchange partners met and the activities got under way. Under the able leadership of Miss Lee and Mr. Card, the trip was a success, full of new experiences and friendships for every- A one. 4 Advisors: Miss Lee Mr. Card I 127 P. T. S. A. E Fin! Row: P. Doswell, F. Weedbridge, B. Bruce, P. Gordon, P. Derow, B. Bilezikian. Second Row: K. Winston, Mr. Geist, Mr. Rogers, D. Louis. The P. T. S. A. Strives for harmony and co-operation among the parents, teachers, and students of the school, mainly for the benefit of the students. Through discussion groups on problems arising in the home and in the school, by Workshops on questions of college entrance, tigerama, and through other activities, this young organization aids all the high school tigers in leading more secure school lives. Student Vice President: Pat Gordon First Row: Miss Hall, F. Zolli, Mrs. Goldstein, A. Warsowe, D. Armet. Second Row: Mr. Rogers, T. Martin, Miss Allen, B. Bruce, N. MacDonald, P. Dos- well. Third Row: Mr. Hawkes, Mr. Harris, Mr. Dolan, M. Smith, J. Dean, J. Lambkin. l 128 ASSOCIATES COUNCIL The Associates Council is one of the many organi- zations at N. H. S. that works behind the scenes for the improvement of our school. Composed of teachers and student representatives from each grade, the Associates Council has the final decision on bills sponsored by the legislature. This year, more than ever before, the Associates Council has played an im- portant role in determining school policies for student activities. THE RALLY COMMITTEE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Q7 Sr This year, the Tiger received quite a boost from the Rally Committee when its members went on a full- scale campaign to stimulate school spirit, a campaign which proved highly successful. Thanks to the efforts of the Rally Committee, at- tendance increased tremendously at all sports events. XVC certainly hope they keep up the good work! Advisor: Mr. Philip Dolan Chairman: Penny Doswc-ll 129 NEWTON TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL Often called the "Trade School," the Newton Techni- cal High School offers its students much more than a trade. Besides receiving a high school diploma and a well-rounded education, its graduates gain a thorough training in one of the many courses offered - from automobile maintenance and Mill Carpentry to Printing and Electronic courses. The Technical-Vocational High School has many student activities of its own, including its straight-shooting, hard-driving basketball team, and the well-known service organization, the Administrative Aids. The Technical High School is a definite and neces- sary part of our school system. . i K f Y- ,- Q Y-N-ww M , gglasl-Q-1--S-W ,N 9 5 a P s, . xx--Q gf, ,, tx ff' 3? CHRISTMAS VESPERS EW' ,Q fi Qqlahxgf 8, JUNIOR RED CROSS Firrt Row: B. Bernhadt, M. Belizekian, J. Farnham, R. Perry. Second Roux' M. Ulhinger, N. Lillis, S. Maguire, M. Wittenberg, F. Askowith, E. Willis. Third Roux' N. Green, K. Dynes, L. Colten, C. Epstein, Fourth Row: C. McFarland, P. Hoyt, j. D'Amico, B. Shaevel, A. Holmes, D. Clark, B. Goldstein, B. Lerner, Miss Maverick. "Can you direct me to R 422?" No, this isn't a room number, its the listing of one of many thousands of books in our new library. The job of the Library Assistants is to help the Librarians produce maximum library efficiency for N. H. Sfstu- dents. The Library Assistants don't have regular meetings, but when there is work to be done, they are always ready to pitch in and help. Advisor: Miss Stoneham The Red Cross Council program this year was an energetic and suc- cessful one. Their activities included the annual Red Cross Drive, work at the Newton-XVellesley Hospital, and the preparation of a book of stories and games for children in hospitals. The year was highlighted by Opera- tion Friendship, a plan under which the members of the Council visited children confined to their homes by sickness. President: Marsha Wittenberg Vice President: Suzanne Maguire Secretary: Flora Askowith Treasurer: Nancy Lillis Program Chairman: Kathy Dynes Advisor: Miss Maverick LIBRARY ASSISTANTS First Row: D. Lees, S. Fessenden, M. Donahue, M. Wolbarst, J. Gary, R. Perry. Second Roux' Miss Stoneham, M. Rosenberg, N. McDonald, J. Schofield, J. Farnham, B. Williams, Mrs. Erskine. Third Row: S. Goldsmith, S. Barrows, B. Sigel, M. Steadman. El 133 DANCE BAND With a sparkling and exciting reper- toir of jazz and dance music, the N.H.S. Dance Band made its debut at a Music Club meeting, its first of many per- formances during this year. Led by Mr. George Doren, the talented, hard-driv- ing, 23-piece Dance Band was the hit of our second Tigerama. The Dance Band has risen from obscurity to re- nown in a short time, and has captured the attention and enthusiasm of the school. Conductor - Mr. Doren ORCHESTRA "All right you guys, shut up!" And then with a quiet tap of his baton, Mr. March calms the Orchestra and begins the performance. The first official act of the 70-piece N.H.S, Orchestra was to accompany the A Capella Choir in the Christmas Vespers' presenta- tion of the Messiah. Besides presenting various con- certs throughout the year, the Orchestra rehearses many difficult classical works simply for the pleasure of play- ing and enjoying fine music. Conductor - Mr. Donald March Once again the Drama Club at N.H.S. has had more activities than the Tiger could watch - a trip to a television program, an enjoyable talent show, a party, and the annual Drama Club presentation. At the meetings this year, skits were presented by each class. Discussions on theatrical make-up, costumes, and per- formances, by guests, made Broadway seem a little closer to these enthusiastic Thespians. President: john Deming Vice President: Judy Simone Secretary: Linda Cohen Treasurer: Betsy Cohen Advisors: Miss Ryan, Miss Richardson DRAMA CLUB : i 136 i 's 4 i 7 , 3 2 it N get 1 fx ENGLISH CLUB The members of the English Club found the literary discussions which took place during the monthly meet- ings much more interesting than classroom talk. The Christmas party and Valentine meeting both added to the enjoyment and recreation of the regular activities. Advisor: Mr. Thomas Sobol President: Howard Ciidez Vice President: Robert Segal Secretary: Margery Wcmlbarst Treasurer: William Goldfarb 137 OUTING CLUB Even the always active tiger of our jungle is no match for the girls of the Outing Club, whose boundless energy never runs out. This year the season began on a high note with an outing at the Wallex Skating Rink where experts and novices whirled around together. A Christmas Party in December, the annual ski weekend at Peterboro, New Hampshire in February, and the outing at Crane's beach, in May, maintained the gaiety and high spirit of the members from the beginning to the very end of the season. President: Elna Anderson Vice President: Cheryl Keubler Secretary: Sue Callahan Treasurer: Geraldine Pelczar Advisor: Miss Snodgrass 138 First Row: Mr. Shaw, M. Wasserman, R. Kraska, F. Dahl, C. Bartberger. Second Row: P. Roberts, S. Dangel, R. Hershman, H. Leavitt, J. Massicott. RIFLE CLUB The tiger might think that he is on secure grounds running about the school the way he does, but he had better take care that no one from the Rifle Club sees him. These sharp- shooters are all award-winners of the National Rifle Association. Although they usually confine their shooting to the West Newton armory, the club members might take a fancy to a nice tiger hunt. President: Barry Wish Vice President: Jim Clark Treasurer: Bob Shriberg Secretary: Sue Williams Advisor: Mr. Ethier Firrt Row: L. Kimball, M. McDade, Dow, F. Hunt, P. Hunt, F. Maurer. . ..,,.,..,....,....,-. ,- . ,,........-..-.,.. ....... ...K -i3Li-,..-M- ,....'----:'j'..LZgk .-... - . .s,,.,.,,...- W . of , ,..... . , ,.m..,...,..,.,.,.. , M.. M. .M .i.. ..c,,,. . M,,,,w,,-,-,,,,,,,,, .,. ,M , ...,,,. A.. ,.........-...........- ...,- A .. .-,. .,......... v--.-.pg ..........a-sm ,at ...,.....,.,.,....a-uf-,..,W,.,au,M.. y.a,.wq-ng-.-. -A 'Dk V vi Y nd., , Y .V CAMERA CLUB If you were blinded one day by a refulgent flash and opened your eyes to find a large yellow moon staring at you, rest assured that it was not a flash in the pan. Actually, the flash was caused by an enthusiastic member of our Camera Club practicing his latest techniques. The avid shutterbugs who com- prise this club increase their store of photo- graphic knowledge through lectures and demonstrations given by club members and outside authorities. In the process, the club members learn that most up-to-date informa- tion about photography from the hrst hushed click to the last anxious rinse of the Finished print. President: Richard Kraska Vice President: Francis Dahl Secretary: Marilyn Wasserman Treasurer: june Massicott Adviser: Mr. Shaw S. Simons, S. Williams. Second Roux' J. Derr, D. A . " kk ..,i..,-,. ,..,-.....,, -Yr . -l -- -- - - -.,.w.......,... f- ------- AQ vm an ...H-..,--,f-,..a..,- ....,.,,,v... ...ma M "" ' --ww...--M-.W 139 HOMEROOM MANAGERS s,, lp,- .3 Hats off to the unsung tigers of Newton High! Three cheers for the homeroom managers who struggle so valiently to make all Newton High's activities available to every student. Even though they must suffer many adversities, nothing dis- courages this spirited group. In their capacity, the homeroom managers are the link between the students and many of our extra-curricular activities. How could you get your "New- tonite" delivered on time, or that ticket to Tigerama, or ad- mission to the next Legislature dance without the help of your homeroom manager? These are but a few of the many services that our unheralded homeroom managers perform for the stu- dent body many times during the year. ' t.i.u.sx...,.. ' , CIVICS COMMITTEE When the title Civics Committee is mentioned, one often thinks only of an Anti-Smoking Committee. Few people realize what exists behind this much publicized, incomplete title. Through an anti-litter-and-grass-walking-campaign, as well as the anti-smoking campaign, and by means of surveys and pro- grams concerning fire drills, assemblies, elections, ushering, and clubs, the Civics Committee is in constant effort to improve the appearance, spirit, safety, and efliciency of Newton High School. A salute goes to Bob Kantar and his worthwhile comf mittee. President: Bob Kantar Advisor: Mr. Rogers DRAMA This year, the annual Newton High Drama Festival presented Green Paxzaref, Medea, and The Solid Gold Cadillac, three plays that again revealed the fine talent of our school thespians. The plays were in competition with one another for a place in the preliminaries of the Massachusetts Drama Festival, and provided a rewarding and enjoyable evening for all who participated and attended. FESTIVAL Y Q.-. '1 4 N , , , ,A..-....-- -ig, 143 k - ORCHESIS Wfith cncrgy and enthusiasm thc members of Orchesis began this year As c ic h girl progrcssccl in skill she had thc opportunity to advance to a higher group From Apprentice she vsorkccl up to Wtnrkshop and finally up to Performers. During a week, the girls could have been seen practicing and perfecting themselves for the special programs and spring show which they presented. President: Diana Costa Vice-Presiclents: Barbara Fleischer, Ellen Kahn Secretary-Treasurer: Marion Young ' . . .-ez' Z4 .4 ic f ,Q 5' 1 if ,315 2 Y . q 'YK :Q 4 235, ' 144 TIGERAMA X.,-5 fs "Hold that Tigerlu . . . Each of us will surely hold the Tiger Rag as one of the many memories of this event called Tigeramn. Four Friday nights this year the gym was filled with the many sounds of Tigerama, thanks to the efforts of the committee of parents, teachers, students, and the strong support of the student body. Activities from checkers to rock-n-roll made Tigerama ri night of "fun for all, and all for fun." is-Y' NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY An electron to the Natlonal Honor Socrety IS consrdered one of the hxghest honors offered at Newton Hrgh School Students elrgxble for membershtp must be rn the upper 25 M of their class Fmal choosmg IS done by the faculty and IS based on four qualrtles character scholarshrp leadershrp and servlce At the rmpressrve rnductron ceremony ln the sprlng the nom1nated students become offlcral members and recexve the1r gold pms symbolrc of the1r achrevement whrch rs respected throughout the natlon ADMITTED TO MEMBERSHIP MAY l 1957 Class of 1958 Andler Phyllrs Barbara Bcckwtth Martm joel Brleztkran Bethel Mane Der Hohannestan Seta Elxse Douglas Sandra Hertha Draper james Stark Dtrscoll Maureen Elxzabeth Goldstern judtth Loulse Gordon Patrlcla Carol Gordon Rrchard Allan Gross Toby Ruth Hardrng Bradford Long Hockndge Marlon Hoyt Pamela Huberman Alan Mnchael Hurley George Francxs Isaacs Arnold Roblnson Kurson Carol Lane Earle Robert Lanm Frances Rosalxe Lewxs joan McCloskey john Charles Metcalf Harold Joseph Mntrovxch Dushan Paulson Allan Roy Praeger Eberhardt Paul Prmce julxan Frederxck Remley Elaxne Vxrgrnra Rower Kenneth Morrxs Schenk judtth Ann Sxmone judtth Ann Sn1der Charles Reed Spencer Lmn Trtllrng Davxd Mann Tucker Rogtr Lawrence Vanderwerl Rarmund Gerhard Whrte Janet Kaye Wllson Arleen Bette Wmston Kenneth Irwm Wtrrenberg Marsha Demce I t... . . Z 3 7 Y ' 7 , . 9 I! I . ' 3 .G 1 1 , 1 , , . ' A 3 , , Derow, Peter Alfred Muelder, Helga Louise , , 1 y 1 . , 1 1 ., . . , 1 1 . 1 , . . Y 1 1 ' , . , - , . ., 1 , 1 , 1 , 1 , 1 1 , 1 . l . Y 1 , . I r 7 4 ' . Y . n . Y . , 1 ,1 1 . , 1 , . ADMITTED TO MEMBERSHIP MAY, 1958 President ,,... . ,,.,... ., ,. Kenneth I. Winston Vice Prerident ,... , Allan R. Paulson Secretary , . .,..... Seta Der Hohannesian Trearurer , . .. ., ,, Joan Lewis Adviser .. . Mrs. Frances Allen Class of 1958 Alperin, Jeremy Ethan Andler, Joan Faye Arduino, John Donald Bachmann, James Kevin Baumann, William Gerald Becker, Judith Carolyn Beeuwkes, Reinier Ill Berenson, Mark Edward Berger, Alan Saul Berger, Edward Bessom, Malcolm Eugene Bialow, Martin Richard Blake, Barbara Clark, James William Cohen, Richard Slater Dubins, Barbara Dorothy Fredrick, Bettina Katherine Gardner, Eliot Lawrence Gillespie, Peter Hugh Gleason, Paul Campbell Glickman, Ernest Irwin Goldberg, Carol Lee Hampe, Patricia Ellen Havey, Anne Marie Hicks, Gary Crocker Hirschheld, Jane Ellen Holdridge, Sally Louise Hume, Martha Washburn Jacobson, Alice Kanrar, Robert Michael Katseff, Marsha Klein, Marilyn Langille, Olga Joy Lawson, MaryAnn Lief, Erickson Litzerman, Roberta Ann Loeb, Sonya Leigh Manguso, Frank Alfred Masow, Robert Hale McCarthy, Richard Francis Morrison, Daniel Jay Newstadt, Loraine Oncley, Nancy Anne Ostroff, Susan Harriet Panagiotopoulos, Sophie Pearlstein, Barbara Ellen Class of 1958 Pelczar, Geraldine Ann Phillips, Norman Rideout, Dwight Lowell Salvia, Marie Rosa Sandberg, Barbara Claire Scammon, Nancy Howard Secunda, Steven Kalman Shaw, Clinton Arthur Sholkin, Susan Shrier, Peter Reuben Shulman, Carol Linda Smith, George Joseph Tessler, Minda Trumble, William John Vaccaro, Clare Frances Van Keuren, Helen Gardner Vogel, Sidney Irving Warner, James Albert Warshaver, Irma Beth Warsowe, Allan Webber. Robert Craig Weber, Virginia Mae Weiss, Ellen Lucille Young, Marion Elizabeth Zottu, Margaret Frances 147 Class of 1959 Andersen, Elizabeth Scott Anderson, Elna Halsten Auryansen, Mary Shepard Bailen, David Allen Bayard, Edward Quint Bedrick, Judith Lee Blumenberg, Bennett Brown, Edward Barry Burg, Gerald Edward Cocotas, Elaine Cohen, Harold Jay Corsi, Philip Michael Craig, Robert Douglas Dert, John Sebring Driscoll, Neil William Fineberg, Edward Martin Fleischer, Barbara Ruth Franseen, Karin Louella Gilbern, Jane Greenwald, Michael Arnold Hoffman, Harriet Susan Holmes, Ann Walker lsenberg, Carol Keiler, Sylvia Ann Lane, Etheline Burch Levine, Howard Alan Martin, Thomas Henry Maurer, Frank W., Jr. Mazzola, Vincent Joseph McKenney, Linda Ruth Parkhurst, Barbara Louise Pearlman, Michael Reisman Preston, Nancy Richter, Marlene Ann Rideout, Janice Eileen Rogell, Gerald David Rubin, Linda Jane Seidenberg, Hellmut Klaus Small, Mary Elizabeth Ann Snyder, Robert Jay Tenenbaum, Arthur Sorrel Vachon, William Andrew Wedekind, Wayne George Williams, Susan Jane Winer, Joan Augusta Yeo, Lawrence Thomas MADRIGAL SINGERS AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE The year, Newton High School has been fortunate to have Felix Schlaepfer from Switzerland and Marie- France Erian from France as its ambassadors of good- will and understanding via the A.F.S. The American Field Service ideals of world fellowship and peace have taken root at N.H.S., and the hard-working A.F.S. Committee, headed by Allan Paulson, has helped these ideals to grow and prosper. Due to the complete suc- cess of the A.F.S. weekend at Newton this year, our A.F.S. Committee has plans for a more active program for next year. Advisor: Miss Burdon OFFICE WORKERS No self-respecting Tiger would dare to set foot into any of our orderly Building olhces. Teachers are not the only people at N.H.S. swamped by an over- whelming amount of paper work each day. Our office workers and industrious students see that each pink slip, yellow slip, and white card is processed and chan- neled to its proper file for efficient administration of the school. lrs ee... NEWTONIAN dygzh lv W an? 41 'wr 'X ml? ' fix ' 5 1 7? rfb 1 'H' 3' S, 57?lfie5??vg . T1'1:3Qbe-v 'fs 1 X 1 l s X A 3 ' x t 5 ff ,gi K U 'ruin "s A 5, X fr- Nz, T., 12, ' P' - 2 JL , 4 Q? J k 5 I 0 , 1 J IU -Jr - QUEEN - '- ' .. l fi e A r 1' NLS? .J U K U " HH, ' , t .L w X ' 47' 'f J 'E' l xl' ' he-I .X 4 .,. X A 3 " 'Nc l ..' PS p 4 1 I awsgrf. R 1 fs., ,Vs ' . ' ' I Q . ' ' r. X! xx ' A ssl 0 I , E R V' 0 Mi rrcnr ,mirror ,Qi ,352 ' " x 'C .gp I-'J i' 5, A' V rw ff 5 Here she is, Miss Newtonian of 1958, Penny Doswell! Penny, a very pretty senior, is, among other things, the Girls' Vice President of the As- sociates, Chairman of the Rally Com- mittee, President of Tri-Hi-Y, and a member of the Civics Board, Civics Committee, and Orange Shield. Our Feautiful queen joins with the New- tonian in wishing the best of luck to the class of '58, .X -...,.c.l. ' 'fag it 'Pe Hold it! -tif SPORTS x MJ w I x Y !! 1 351 :"' ff 'S' M 2 , f' x , ffwj gyff Six f Q l 'IV' W ' W fl? ,. -. 'X 4 AnA 'IQ f' -if XX 'Mig ,jff X , , W g A,,,, f 'Y ' f' If H Mp 14 l f,-Q QX t N K! , X 1- R I 'T ' 4 . T X xx' l X v- "wp Ks NN 9 i f if Q if' XNXLRXX ff ' ' ,Fi ' ,ff X 1 'Z xvxx X X .ff A, I xl? 'f I Vx 1 X fl 1 l ,II BASEBALL ily v I 'Q l fi X ,Q I N 'Q Those strangers that you may have seen prowling around Newton High were not the Russians spying on our superior educational system These inquisitive, unfamiliar fellows were probably scouts from major league base- ball teams. ln past years under the expert guidance of Coach Ferguson, Newtorfs Nine has helped to carry Newton's fame far and wide. Although the last pitch is yet to be thrown, our hard-hitting teams promise not to break our strings of successful seasons. And soon one of Newton's best will be seen on the Red Sox lineup! Coach: Mr. Ferguson 5 nga- ? ur Dy F1119 N9 fn? WNRQQW Q kk' l ,Xl f 1""lv M? 4' 'Y 'ilk r-. - Q ,139 f fwfr 1 ,, r , . Y ' ' ' X- " 'X f ,L Y 1 + ' ' a 5 , 1 ,W ...una-SL. l . . x ' ' l ' 4 bl , Q Q1-I ' ... N ' Y fa r .:'W'EL.,g4f Q l 9 Jr 11' gi' s Q" i Ti' 1 x.,-.t 1 ' g f 'lvl -'uv Q , '..p-Q-.aaa , l lrarmnanui a X f a 4 t ff' if ' 1 e' X' i f L-.-n 4 - Muon-nigh X Q fl Y N A . LL ' x ,L E ,tg .X K J Q . .. 1 'i r :Z 4 X W: r , M N lm X, M t fu use 1,555 -an ia A - 4 1 """""' ' ' ' '-fr-af f' f f a arf" f 3511 .2 aw' ' T f ' t :ft I l ' .WN " -To Q as 3? Girl' A 2 - llf' : :Q ,',pe!F3 slsf,,i-afnrt fd- ' -M 4 fs33"A?-,tm-' ' iii ' ,V I , I, it.. Q . ......-,Se ' ' -. -t -s - . ' " H f - . -sf - , a , - ' X. . s , . t KA I p p A . n Firrl Roux' McGuinnes, Henley, Snider, O'Laughlin, Craig, Calvin, Max- Arr't. Coach. Third Roux' Lankin, Keenan, Connor, Wloodlock, Ackerman, cey, Leonard. Second Roux' Mr. Ferguson, Head Coach, Sealey, Ryan, Gaysunas, Russo fBuddyJ, Gordon. Fnnrib Rrmr Mr. Sandborn, Fafully Rideout, Martin, iTomJ , Martin, CDonJ, Russo, Connerney, Mr. Hawkes, Manager, Savage, Manager, Levine, LV. Manager. D 155 .J 'E' f , 0 0 9 vc OUTDOOR TRACK Strength in both track and field events gave the Boylermakers a strong, well balanced squad. Led by Captain Scott Brent and bol- stered by such standouts as Phil Johnson and Marty Beckwith, the Newton team put in a fme performance at every meet. Captain: Scott Brent Coach: Mr. Boyle E INDOGR TRACK Sparkled by Phil Johnson, Larry Smith, jim Yancey, Garry Snerson, and Captain Marty Beckwith. the Newton Indoor Track men soared to great heights this year. Defeated by Rindge by a one point margin, the team won all its other meets, the B. B. A. Meet, and the Class A state championship. Coach Boyle looks forward to another great season next year. Captain: Marty Beckwith Coach: Mr. Boyle 7 GIRLS' TENNIS Every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, the girls who participated in after-school tennis could be seen serving and smashing their tennis balls across the courts. Participating in competition with other schools, these girls exhibited skills and sportsmanship, and spent many an enjoyable afternoon at their favorite sport. GIRLS' ARCHERY X N gt-Q, Ya 7 I -Q41 N - g ai , Wa, cf ' .. 1 I 21 ' is N' s o 0 0 O 7.... v. Little known to many students Newton High has a fine Golf Team under the expert direction of Coach Jack Hall. Each spring a number of golf enthusiasts practice long and hard to improve their skill in this difficult game. They participate in a full slate of matches with other schools. Sand traps, divots, and the rough are unknown occurrences to Newton High's men of the links and their hard work has led them to another fine season. Coach: Mr. Jack Hall A 'il f RIFLE TEAM 'EVEI I as ' ---..... ---... VARSITY GIRLS' HOCKEY Miss Snodgrass, E. Anderson, N. Doherty, j. Moreau, B. Ham, B. Andersen, M. Gilmartin, D. Greene, P. Thurston, K. Franseen, P. Hampe, B. Feeley, M. Smith. GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY Undaunted by the chilly Fall weather, the Girls' Field exciting sport, the girls were always full of laughter and team Hockey Teams valiantly braved the icy blasts of cold winds, spirit. These girls not only enjoyed the sport, but also learned and the frozen hardness of the hockey fields to participate in valuable lessons in good sportsmanship and team co-operation. their favorite sport. Whatever the outcome of the fast-moving, GIRLS' JUNIOR VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY First Row: 1. Meyer, F. Butterfield, R. Butterfield, B. Parkhurst, S. Copello, C. Crosby. Seroud Roz: B. Horsepian, G. Berberian, P. Watts, H. Vankeuren, P. Greene, A. Wragg, D. Thurston. 6110, dwg "af gg warg I5 starr BOYS' VARSITY BASKETBALL Firxt Row: R. Russo, L. St. Amant, B. Calvert, Captain C. Vento, Nellos, D. Rideout, V. Rollins, B. Young, A. York, Mr. Poskitt B. Woodlock, A. Howard. Second Row: D. Louis, P. Gleason, B. Coach. BASKETBALL ' 5 This year's Varsity Basketball Team was renowned for two quali- ties: injury and enthusiasm. Sparked by Captain Bob Calvert and Coach K- Ed Poskitt, the Newton Five overcame many handicaps and finished the season with a fine record. Sharp shooting and top-notch spirit gave Newton High a Basketball Team of which we can be proud. Captain: Robert Calvert Coach: Mr. Poskitt K 1? , XX ff- N A v , Z CROSS COUNTRY Fin! Roux' N. Witty, S. Brent,- G. Rose, F. Woodbridge, E. Raymond, J. Hainer, A. Warsowe. Serond row: E. Havey, D. Selleclt, D. Trilling, P. QRS? E25 The Tiger can ride a motorcycle, but the members of our youthful Cross Country Team have a much more strenuous time than that! Any afternoon in September or October, these rugged individuals can be seen threading their way through the intricacies of their course in Cabot Park. But the hard work and constant training of this small but remarkably strong team has paid off. The Newton harriers now rank third in the state, and next year they plan to do even better. Coach: Mr. Richard Geist Captain: Francis Woodbridge .-5, Sa Mm. .f Q, 1' TQ?-Pg 4, if-sw Q, ,, . 1 ai.,-.af 2-ff rv' M-v,,r ' .- VARSITY HOCKEY Wlmen the sound of battling hockey sticks finally sub- sided, Newton High could see that the Varsity Hockey Team had done an admirable job in representing the school in the G. B. I. League. Although their 4-5-5 record gave the Hockey Team only third place, the team was always a formidable and hard-hitting danger to the records of other schools. The Hockey Team also played several college freshmen teams, and the play- ing of all-stars Captain Jim Leonard, David Craig, and Peter Thompson provided many highlights in this exciting season. Captain: jim Leonard Coach: Mr. Hall Fmt Roux' K. Downing, M. Keenan, J. Leonard, J. Kelley, D. Craig, T. Reilley, D. Blomberg, R. Neilson D Huly W Markey Mr Hall Gosch, Mr. Tormey. Second Roux' R. Urell, W. Vachon, M. Lancaster, T. Coach. Fifff Roux' A. Wragg, C. Berberian, D. Greene, C. Jepsen. Second Roux' Miss Hall, S. Gibbs, S VanSreenbergen, J. Moreau, M. Thurber, E. Anderson, N. Doherty, M. Gilmartin, Miss Frazier. GIRLS' BASKETBALL During the cold winter, our hardy female basketball enthusiasts spent many enjoyable afternoons improving their shooting skills and challcing up points for their renowned teams. Divided into intramural, junior varsity, and varsity groups, these girls seemed to be equipped with a surplus of energy and true sportsmanship whether they won or lost. Captain: Elna Anderson Co-Captain: Nancy Doherty 4 ylf LEW 70,0 EE TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM l Although it is little publicized, Newton Technical High has a top-notch Basketball Team. The Technical High's Five has a fine record of high scores, and the hard-hitting, straight-shooting team always works in the spirit of true sportsmanship. Finishing the year with an admirable series of wins, the Technical High Team promises to do even better in the coming seasons. 'I67 mf 1XXLWf0,f 4 X E14 vw FOOTBALL l Fm! Roux' V. Rollins, I.. Lookner, H. Haywood, P. Moran, G. Maxcey, C Snider, C. Vento, j. Connerney, R. Russo, F. Zolli, R, Perkins. Second Roux' Mr E. Fraktman, Mr. P. O'Connell, A. Calnar, M. Walsh, W. Snnoks, M. Callander, D. Gadston, C. Lombardo, S. Gordon, Mr.- Hawkes, head couch, Mr. R. Malone. Third Rozz'.'C.Lec,E.Srmour1an D Connor R Patterson T Rully R McCar thy, A. Savage. Fourlh Rau Mr McConnell assrstant head coach R Armstrong 1.Akerman, L. Curtis, T Martrn J Hartnctt D Grlvar P Thompson G Klesaris. 5 af" 'I68 ,A seq? Wi? E3 15 L VARSITY FOOTBALL Despite many injuries, Newton's hard-hitting line coupled with the fast-moving, ex- clusive Tigers of the backfield presented a formidable display of muscles and skill to all opposing teams. Supported by George Maxcey, Tom Martin, and Mike Callander, the defensive line, which averages over 207 pounds per man was enough to strike fear into the hearts of even the bravest of adversaries. The winning scores of the Chelsea game - 53 to 6, the Lynn English game - 51 to 6, and the Arlington game - 20 to O are monu- ments to the fine playing of our Varsity Football Team. The seniors were especially out- standing this year. Captain Charlie Snider, jim Yancey, Charles Vento, and john Con- nerney all contributed immeasurably to the success of the Newton Team. Newton's rec- ord for the season was seven wins - two loses, and the Varsity team chalked up an eye- opening total of 164 points. Although Newton did not capture the first place trophy, the excellent playing of the junior and sophomore team members serves as a warning to all of next years opponents that Newton is out to WIN! Captain: Charlie Snider Coach: Mr. Hawkes 170 'ev .Q M n i . mln fn mst-11.32.81 A Qi3.vrk.pg 3 X a' 'ix ' , vs., iljahzgx W' V, ,AK NEWTON HIGH QUEEN After the votes had been collected and tabulated, Newton High dis- covered that from the many ravishing and vivacious beauties at N.H.S., the Senior, junior, and Sophomore classes had selected Sandi Douglas, Beverly Vaccarello, and Margie Cassleman as their Queens. The Queens were selected for their school spirit, activities, personality, friendliness, and last but not least, good looks. At the Broadway Beat, Margie Cassleman was elected the Newton High Queen, but the voting must have been close, for each class Queen is a fine example of all queenly qualities. F' 'I72 LEGISLATURE DANCE COMMITTEE The hard work and creative efforts of these committees resulted in three fine dances for Newton High. Many weeks of planning and brain work went into the success of each dance. The results - spectacular! The Decoration Committee transformed our dingy gym into a second Totem Pole, and the Entertainment Committee presented the best talent of the school. Newton High owes the Legislature Dance Committees a hardy vote of thanks for their efforts. fi ,1- SS' Q: , 'I73 The Administrative Aids are the Technical High's equivalent to A I N the Orange Shield. The Aids assist in the proper functioning and maintenance of the cafeteria. The Administrative Aids perform their duties with determination and competence, and mercy to the misguided A I student who attempts to take an extra lunch. WESTINGHOUSE WINNERS df , Reinier Beeuwkes, III Dughan Mirfovich N , 1 iff' Asc .X .N 4 .IX ,. Q Q ai I 44 2 5 nw. .3 ,Q- if SHR 5 .3 S 'R qx J H-msg., 'QI jim YL-ifif' Ax 1' +-mann, , 'JSP J ln, ADVERTISEMENTS 1 f I , , 4 jf' .f ix X X Y P 5 . if Ji' I ,' 1 ' Xfffi f fv .R X A px ' , , E ff? K 3, 3 'B 1 xx' J, 'l a w A ,Ql V 4 . X X? xx' L WX W I "cX Q'f'N 1 iff V 1' is kk -N A XA XX X JN , X X S NK, Newton Hgh School and the Class of 1958 salutes the Businessmen and Friends of the 1958 Newtonian Academie Moderne ........,,,... .. Albert Chandler, Insurance ,r.. Al Rogan Sporting Goods ..ti.. American Superior Shoe Rebuilding .,.... ,...,. A. R. Hyde 8: Sons Co. , ..,....... . Auburndale Cooperative Bank Auburndale Taxi Service, Inc. August Osterlund Inc. ..,.,..,... . Barnett Fabric Stores .,.4... Bermar Teen Types ..,....., Boulevard Pharma ......, 0 0 cy Browning King , .,.......,..., ., B. S. Hatch Co. ...,.n,...t...., . Burroughs .,,,........,.4....,.......... Charles V. Fitzgerald Inc. ...... China Centre ..,........,............,.. Cinderella of Boston, Inc. r..,, . Clapper Company .....,..,.....,.,.., Crowley's Oliice Supplies ........ Davidson 8: Wiggin Co., Inc. Du Bois Oil Company ,......... Eastman's Flower Shop .......... Fisher Lawn Mower Service .. Garden City Bowladrome ...... Greeniield's ..........................,. G 8: S Paper Company ......,. Gubbins Shell Service ....... Guardian Service Corp. ,........ . Hahn Drug Co. ........,........,..... , Hair Designs by Mr. Carmen Healer Motors Inc. .,......,........ , Helen Cross Bakery ..,.,.. Hendricken Bros. ...,, . Henry Realty Trust .n..,.. Highland Hardware ..n.... Highland Pharmacy ,...... Home Specialties ........ House of Spiegel ..............,... Howard johnson's ..................,. Howard Whitimore, Mayor ., H. P. Hood 8: Sons ..,......... james H. McManus ........... J. Dewey 8: Co. ....,..,......,.... . j. I-I. Chandler 8: Son Inc. t..,.,. . john T. Burns Company ..,,.... Kennedy's .......,.........,............ Lasell .............................,..... LeBaron Hardware ....... Linenthal 8: Becker .,..... Loring Studios ....,.. ....,. 1 79 Lourde Cleaners ......... ....., 2 02 Mandell's ,.....,.4...,.... ....., 1 96 Merit Oil Co. .,,........., ....,. 1 82 Midnite Food Shop ...................,.........,,........... ...... 1 92 Morton's Inc. .......,...................,....,....................... ...... 1 83 New England Telephone 8: Telegraph Co. ......, ...... 2 01 News-Tribune ........,...................... Newton s ......,.................,....., Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Auto Top Co. ..... . A.Z.A. i,':947 ,..,.... Centre Esso Station Cycle Shop ............ Drug Co. .....,...,..... . Newton Savings Bank .,.....i,..,,.,.. Newton-Waltham Travel ......,..,... Norumbega Stamp 8: Coin Shop Oak Hill Market .............4,........,... Oak Park Shopping Centre ..,...... Olympians ...,..........,....,............. ...... 1 99 Paramount Theater ,..,..,.....,.....,. ...... 1 88 Peerless Sportswear Co., Inc. ..,..... ...... 2 05 Penthouse Salon ..........,4........,.. ...... 1 86 Phillip's Art Studio, Inc. .,,....,.. ...... 1 88 Raytheon Employment Ollice ....,. ...... 1 89 Reading Institute ..,..........,.,..... ...... 2 00. Republic Company, Inc. .,..,.,.. ...... 1 86 Rich, Bellinger 8: MacKay ........ ..,... 1 80 Sharaf's ,......,.....,..,,,..,..,..,......... ...... 1 95 Sherman Bros., Inc. ...,.,....... ,..... 2 03 Simpson House, Inc. ,.......... ...... 1 84 Star Market Company .,......, ....,, 1 85 Stowe-Woodward, Inc. .,...,. ...... 1 91 Sumner Frame Shop ...,.... ...... 1 96 Swartz Hardware ....,,.... ...... 1 96 Tire Fair .....,,.........4.,..,....,. ...... 2 02 Tormey's Esso Service ....... ,..... 1 83 T. O'Toole 8: Sons, Inc. ....... ...,.. 1 87 Trimount Automatic Sales ........ 4,.... 2 04 Tux Shop ...........,,..,.....,,....,, ,...., 1 82 T. W. Anderson ......,. ...... 1 90 Waban Hardware ,..,,.., ,..... 1 83 Waban Market, Inc. ,.,..... .,..,. 1 97 Waller's Atlantic .......... ,..... 1 83 Walnut Delicatessen .,,..,.. ...... 1 98 Walnut Drug ................ ,..... 2 01 Wild 8: Stevens, Inc. ,..,.... ....,. 2 00 W. J. Connell Co. .,.....,,..,.........,..,..,......,...........,.....,.,,........ 200 BOB KANTAR, Advertising Editor 179 BARNETT FABRIC STORES, INC. Fabric! of Distinction COMPLETE SEWING ACCESSORIES Laces - Notions - Buttons - Zippers -- Patterns Silks - Cottons - Woolens - Nylons - Velvets - Plastics Phone LA 7-4587 260 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTON CORNER RICH, BELLINGER s. MACKAY Director! of Funerals V. P. Mackay 5 Phone Blgelow 4-2034 I 26-30 CENTRE AVENUE NEWTON ss, MASS. WW QL MZVMZW 604 INSURANCE THOMAS M. DILLON, Manager DEcatur 2-1840 . S03 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTONVILLE 60, MASSACHUSETTS LAsell 7-6661 5 DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVERWARE enclricken rod. lewelerf and Silverfmitlu WATCH REPAIRS ELECTRONICALLY TIMED 45 LINCOLN STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS x740510"0H-0Y-05'-0'N710"f0K055"f7C01Q?"-101l0f0'40N0'l710N0'6W-0N0'20"0'101'0V0"-0"0'C0"-0"0"4S 180 DAVIDSON 81 WIGGIN C0.,INC. is-""""2 REALTORS ,. 90,5 g e MORTGAGES - INSURANCE A 4 5 v gf Q, 3 ' ITAHJILT ,E 41:01 889 WASHINGTON STREET, NEWTONVILLE Next Door to Post Oflice DE 2-6850-51 NEWTON REAL ESTATE CO. Charles W. Davidson Clarence E. Wiggin BI 4-7385 WI 6-4036 Q Gompfiments of FRIEND B. S. HATCH CO., INC. AUBURNDALE TAXI Established 1896 SERVICE, INC, HUDSON Sterling Antbmcite COAL Sewing Wen Newton - Lower Falk New England Coke - Coal Stokers Fuel Oil - Range Oil - Oil Burners LAsell 7-5555 Sales and Service Phone Blgelow 4-2500 200 WEBSTER STREET WEST NEWTON, MASS. AUBURNDALE, MASS. LAsell 7-9678 Office - 453 LEXINGTON STREET x N0"01'6'90'57C0'49"0'5'9?595'?'-075'5"-07C0599"-076"QN0710'fQ590"0N0N9'f?'l0N?'90"-0x I 8 I SMART LOOKING - BEST FITTING jun Right For that Iv VI Special Occafion A Tux from the T U X S H 0 P ' Phone LA 7-0459 S 230 CALIFORNIA STREET Open Wed. 8: Fri. Evenings - 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Blgelow 4-3710 Res. CEdar 5-5986 CHARLES V. FITZGERALD INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. "Serving The Suhurhf' 305 AUBURN STREET AUBURNDALE, MASS. DE 2-1683 Quality and Service SINCE 1934 EASTMAN'S FLOWERS AL EASTMAN Blgelow 4-6781 340-342 WALNUT STREET NEWTONVILLE, MASS. i 2 9 2 2 9 2 2 6 2 2 5 2 2 9 2 S W. 32 LAsell 7-5 5 54 NORUMBEGA STAMP AND COIN SHOP "Everything for the Collector" JOSEPH E. LANDRY, JR. MEMBER A.S.D.A. 297 AUBURN STREET AUBURNDALE, MASS. Compliment: 3 of Munn on co. 5 AN INVITATION TO JUNE GRADUATES When you start working and receive your first salary, we invite you to come in and open a Savings Account. Then, make it a habit to save something each pay day. Building a healthy bank balance will give you a wonderful feeling and prove that you have what it takes to get ahead hnancially. 9" no-2' We'1l welcome you as a depositor. NEWTON SAVINGS BANK ufwvou comes Nfwvou mcuunos - no wan-ang: s 43tlL'1f:?s2h 5 289 w if S W U ' . .5 mg' ' 57l Washinglon S "fW'0" C NEEDNAM sou IOCI Union S 133 Chanel S H0140161272-0'-05'-0210210120140202401401k9N0vf0'0+G0vL0f40K02G010N?40P2?1-011010"0N720110l1042?6X 0X0' 3 P I 1' Z -'I O I 3 IH 'E UD gg, . SERVICE I STATION 15 CENTER AVENUE NEWTON CORNER Tel. LAse11 7-9698 5 I 9 MDRTON 5 THE AMERICAN SUPERIOR 5 SHOE REBUILDING . NORTH STATION 3 AND 423 LEXINGTON STREET 2 BACK BAY AUBURNDALE HAIR DESIGNS HENRY REALTY TRUST by M. R. CARMEN S Real Extate Management - "UNIQUE" Q 55 UNION STREET BOSTON 11, MASS. NEWTON CENTRE LA 7-9711 Compliment! of . . . WABAN HARDWARE, INC. 1641 BEACON STREET Tel: BI 4-4566 Compliment! of . . . WAllER'S ATLANTIC ROUTE 128, Southbound NEWTON Tel: LA 7-9815 1-01' - 9, DC0'N010'0'w0"'01'-0N050N012010140'110'v2-?f'-0K010'140N0N0"401f0'f0'4011020w'-0'1l0"0M0H7f0'f'0H0"0"'-63 6 5 5 9 5 5 S S 5 6 5 9 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 S 5 5 5 5 5 9 3 S 5 In the Heart of the Newtonf on Beacon Street g Between Newton Centre and Waban THE SIMPSON HOUSE offers you FOOD THAT IS FAMOUS- 5 SERVICE THAT IS SUPERB 5 1 I In an atmosphere of candlelight and soft music S Clothierf and Furnzfberf which makes dining a pleasant relaxation - EOR MEN AND WOMEN g '05 3' :. G o :v Q. EI o :x fb Q. 'TI o "1 P4 o s: F1 Q o 5 "YN o 2 55 0 10" BROWNING KING Q LUNCHEONS - DINNERS - COCKTAILS 5 5 FRANKLIN AT FEDERAL STREET 1243 CENTRE STREET BI 4-3356 RESERVATIONSQ 6 NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Diexel Fuel Injection Service - Electric Power - Tool Service Automotive - Aircraft -- Marine Supplier 5 Q w. J. co, E Phone DE 2-3650 5 210 NEEDHAM STREET NEWTON UPPER FALLS, CBosron 645, MASS. -aaa 1-01 U F S Q -J. ELSE gwggm 51213535 Qmfgz' --l'l'f1Q NJOUUQR 25,15 if C: "1'1LT 25,502 A-3- DO .ci-5' -Hg z TU is Z e E 535- 0: 'DE rn Q-I D' O cw O WZ Z E 0 5 :E m o., 'ff Z P-I I In '01- CHINA CENTRE Satuday 12:00 Noon - I A.M. Call I.AseII 7-5821 22-24 UNION STREET at BEACON STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. G XQ'-0140K-0'w0101'0f1012-OX-0120201'-02'-02-72f0v10-'01f0N0110110210W0X0N010140110101'0140'10N01l0'1f0N0x 184 174?17G917G?6'W5W1'7f06N70-47'0N00N?f010"0N0N70'6PWWf0v6!S STAR MARKET CO. Greater BoJton'J Oatxtanding Food Store! WATERTOWN ' NEWTONVILLE 0 WELLESLEY MEDFORD 0 CHESTNUT HILL 0 MT. AUBURN BROOKLINE 0 STONEHAM 0 PORTER SQ. 5 3 Each the leading fooa' .rtore in it! community 5 Compliment: of . . . Cweifii 5 A TWO-YEAR COLLEGE FOR WOMEN AUBURNDALE 66, MASSACHUSETTS G X?"-01'-040'H-0"-01'-0'-02105101l0f'0G?40'Q9117W1010N0M?r0w727'?0f0f10110f0N0f0K0G01L0'0'4X 1 85 Compliment: of . . . Te" DE M790 oAK PARK sl-loPPlNGcENnua SAW MILL BROOK PARKWAY THE REPUBLIC CO., Inc Jhe Qarn Exporter: of Fine Footwear 25 KEMPTON PLACE 5 WEST NEWTON 65, MASS. COMPLETE SHOPPING Market Basket Supermarket Oak Park Pharmacy Chiswick CIeanser's KabIer's Delicatessen Oak Park Beauty Shop Oak Park Barber Shop Kappy's 5.05 to 51.00 Newton Public Library YOUNG OR OLD YOU NEVER OUTGROW YOUR NEED FOR MILK H. P. HOOD 84 SONS Quality Dairy Products Since 1846 525 PLEASANT STREET WATERTOWN, MASS. UM Penthouse SA L0 N S luzir slqlisls 1185 CENTRE STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. LAse1l 7-9413 O 239 HARVARD STREET BROOKLINE, MASS. LOngwood 6-3606 X0420120101H-01'-05650L0N01'-0f01'0'140fk9N0140'0'4-?201LJQ0vG70f'01f012?Q0fW1'0K0110K01'0N0'20'6X o comp mechanicals halftone and line negatives direct sales iid Q in 336 film and plate stripping c 5 plate making offset printing folding complete bindery service packaging delivery t. o'toole and sons, inc. stamford, connecticut stamford davis 4-9226 new york melrose 5-4112 Complimentx of . . . HIGHLAND PHARMACY Phone LA 7-2400 BERMAR TEEN TYPES 999 BOYLSTON STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS 71 UNION STREET 5 NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Complimentf of . . . DE 2-6648 NEWTON CYCLE SHOP E faxbionx for the teen-age min 793 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTONVILLE, MASS. G. 8: S. PAPER CO., Inc. Phillips Art Studios, Inc. The Dependable Paper Merchant: Phone: LAse1l 7-5500 Money Raixing Plan l for Individualx, Clubx 6 WEST NEWTON and Organizationx - Selling Greeting Card: and Gift Itemx for Pleaxure and Projit Complimentx of... PHILLIPS ' ART STUDIOS, mc. PARAMOUNT THEATER WASHINGTON STREET 50 HUNT STREET NEWTON CORNER NEWTON 58, MASS. S x0N096W-0"0"-004011051051021-76520N0tk71?G?W110N7f047012?6'M011?10f0P'0K020'4?G?6'0K0x 'I 88 XX ,U f fu, mf, ,fin l! 2'2" X XX All of our employees enjoy numerous com- VCAJ pany benefits and advantages. A modern L cafeteria on the premises serves tasty :la lunches or dinners at low cost. li A 'H With high starting rates, our employees make rapid progress through automatic merit increases and incentive earnings. wi FEMALE l ' OFFICE WORKERS FACTORY TRAINEES fGirls 76 years of age and overi The constant expansion of our OFFICE: Positions are constantly opening up for clerk- Newton plants presents un- typists, general clerks, accounting clerks, stenog- usual opportunities to high school graduates. raphers, calculating and billing machine opera- tors, at salaries commensurate with ability. FACTORY: If you are interested in production, we offer light electronics assembly to girls who qualify for this type of work. 37 GALEN ST. lopp. MTA terminall WATERTOWN SQUARE 189 17h?1?'?1?40N?f0'01f7f0N01WN?1040104?6Y0P0261WM?0N0G76b6ls A Phone Blgelow Jo a cool Electronically Tefted Watch Repair! I Meat! - Grocerie! - Fi!h - Fro!ted Food T. W. ANDERSON, .IEWELER Fruit! and Vegetable! Did77Z01ldJ - Watche! -- Silverware Phone Blgelow 4-7062 Watch, Clock and jewelry Repairing 329 AUBURN STREET 287 WASHINGTON STREET AUBURNDALE, MASS. NEWTQN, MASS' BOWL FOR FIGURE AND FUN at the 5 GARDEN CITY BOWLADROME - "Where Familie! Meet and League! Compete" 18 Completely Modernized Lanes Q with Automatic Pinserters 5 320 WASHINGTON STREET ' NEWTON CORNER, MASSACHUSETTS Telephone Blgelow 4-4491 HOME SPECIALTIES Co., Inc. ALBERT M. CHANDLER Awning! - Shade! - Venetian Blind! Screen!- Weather Strip! INSURANCE AGENCY Aluminum Combination Window! and Door! Canopie! - Tent! - White Ai!le Carpet! A- M. Chandler, Jr. - Jack C. Hoover Dance Floor - Flag! - Modern Fold Door! Table! and Chair! for Rental - Umbrella! Porch and Patio Furniture Established 1928 Phone Blgelow 4-9225 5 PHONE BI 4-3900 3935 BOYLSTON STREET 67 UNION STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Worcester Turnpike on Route 9 NEWTON CENTRE 59, MASS. JOHN M. WALKER, Pre!. and Trea!. 6 EI0"-0'10'Wvi0"-01'-0"02'0v40fH0"0'0140w710C0'040G0N0'6iW10N0'020f01Wf'0N010N010N0'W56x I 90 X951 Best Wishes From STOWE-WOODWARD, INC. 181 OAK STREET NEWTON UPPER FALLS I H c I I l NEENAH, WISCONSIN GRIFFIN, GEORGIA 'I '63 QOHHJXQWNOP 1-0f'0"01 10101101 '-01 10'0f01 X702 010: s702W1G7WN717l?'01'7s71?0Yis740t0l7s0"0'0N0X?6'0W0t40N0'6X o o 3 3 :ca z U xv E ca : U0 r I' no :U -4 1: 'fl -1 Fl :I as :u xv a 4: za 1' o z VF!! 5750 - lllllw 'lull A well-paying job is waiting for you . . . after you become a skilled Burroughs Otiice Machine Operator. Acute shortages of trained personnel assure high school graduates a bright future in this field. Find out today-phone, call or write for FREE booklet, "Your Dreams Will Come True." You will see how easy . . . and rewarding . . . it is for you to become a trained operator of Burroughs Bookkeeping, Calculating or Billing Machines. FREE lifetime job placement after you receive your graduation certificate. 4 Burroughs QOFFICE MACHINES TRAINING CENTER 240 NEWBURY STREET C0mmonwealth 6-7100 BOSTON 16, MASS. FOREIGN CARS Salex - S errfice The Finext in Car: The Finer! in Service SINCE 1919 HILLMAN - SUNBEAM - BORGWARD GOLIATH - ROVER AUGUST OSTERLUND INC 1180 WASHINGTON STREET WEST NEWTON LA 7-2660 CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES MAYOR HOWARD WHITMORE, JR. MIDNITE FOOD SHOP Wedding C4591 I 8 Birthday and Party Cahex Q Newtonwllek Quality Food Store . Bread and Rally-Coohief Groceries - Delicatessen - Meats - Luncheonette Open Until Midnight HELEN CROSS BAKERY Phone LAsell 7-9842 BT 4-9341 719 WASHINGTON STREET 291 WALNUT STREET NEWTONVILLE, MASS. NEWTONVILLE H01l0120"'0"-0"-01101471Jf0101010101WN?0'016N?6N70t0'f0010'6N0"7'0140t0l400'0N9Qx 192 K0K?196N?0N?G?1?'71016'h7491?W100N0P'0P'00'0N?W2L?fQW5656lS O 7 Complimentx of... S HOWARD Sportx Apparel and Landmark for Hungry Americam Fine Quality Sweater! 'k ,k ROUTE 128 and ROUTE 16 40 GLEN AVENUE 5 NEWTON LOWER FALLS 62 NEWTON CENTRE Gompliments of 5 9 THE L NEWS-TRIBUNE 5 S x01'-0N0N0'v0Y0N0'1051056110'0110117Q9w70201G0N70N7050K0N020P611-70110f0N0110N7'0'6X 193 Kr .4 ., iii? XXI ki' 'QQ ffl fn Hx X, " fx 515 HJ 1?C?W'26P0M?47'?40Y?'?f0N?GJ10N70L7l717f?l7f0X02101fQ6P0K6X 1 Y ,, Where the Young Crowd meets after class or after the game, after the show or after the dance, in a boy-meets-girl atmosphere that's just to your taste! ALL ROUND BOSTON and particularly at Warhington Square in Brookline SINCEREST WISHES JAMES H. McMANUS Famour Ice Cream Quality ir our mort important product" DEcatur 2-1438 NEWTON AUTO TOP CO., INC. Convertible Topr - Seat Cover: Automobile Upholrtery RONALD MCGERIGLE 873 WALNUT STREET C Corner Beacon Street? NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Where bright young gal: develop the racial-poise .ride of their education to gain "what it taker" for happy Juccerf in romance . . . and career! 10-WEEK COURSE Day or Evening as well as special Summer Term Write for Catalog or Phone CO 6-1282 x0'l01'0N0 '-01'-01'-0510210110540"020140vk7C?4?0K0N010'6N0f0"016'0N901'0K0l0N?2?0"0'Zx Avo., Mass 010i '-05'l40'N0N04L05'-04G7'0ff-01f02f01f0N-740N-0N014-74?1?f01 '-01015 9 llc. nvnon nun! SMART FASHIONS 843 BEACON STREET NEWTON CENTRE 59, MASS. LAsell 7-7400 Compliment! of... OAK Hlll MARKET E Telephone BI 4-7324 575 BOYLSTON STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. FRAMES THAT ARE RIGHT Czutom Piclure Framing M A N D E L L ' S o DIPLOMAS . CLASS PICTURES , , , g , PHQTQGRAPHS The Finen an Men'J Furnzslazngs SUMNER FRAME SHOP Phone DEcatur 2-9851 311 Walnut Sr. 853 Beacon Sr. 210 SUMNER ST. NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Newfonville Newton Cemfe Opposite the Post Office Bef! Wifbey to the CLASS OF '58 SWARTZ HARDWARE 35 5 -5 5 7 WATERTOWN STREET NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS S lC01G0K0N0"-0Y0f0N-02101401v.0f0W11021940f02?10N0M06210f0i0'02100N01'0M0110f0'100S0'6X 196 WABAN MARKET, INC. J. H. CHANDLER 81 SON, INC. Meats -- Groceries - Vegetables Hardware and Houseware Fancy Fruits - Frosted Foods t Tel. Blgelow 4-4000 WINDSOR ROAD 796 BEACON STREET 5 WABAN 68, MASS. NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. one touch of magic... in the graceful curve of a heel - in the flirtatious tilt of a bow - in the dramatic sweep of a profile - makes it an exciting adventure to wear shoes by 3, of Boston ' d ll 176 TREMONT STREET P. S. We have 'em for you in all sizes ap to 12 G x0N016N0"-0'0N0I402205G0f0P0N720vQ?16l0f0N0N0117171?0"0N70v10P0v6f01011?L0'G?40'WX 1 97 moofaeaofaoeaoemfmeacmowaea-aoofmcagafaocomawoxouawaxowfouaaiomawas H O U S E O F piegel SCIENTIFIC SANITARY SERVICE OUR SOLVENT HAS A GERM KILLING ACTION 3 CLEANS BETTER - BRIGHTER - ODORLESS 5 Especially Designed For MODERN FIBERS 5 NYLON - ORLON - DACRON - HOUSEHOLD MATERIALS 5 FOR PICK-UP and DELIVERY 5 2 CALL DE catur 2-6330 3 5 5 321 WASHINGTON ST. NEWTON CORNER Q cnowLsY's OFFICE survuss 5 Stationery cn G IL' O O I-1 CD CI Po -:J E rn CD fo: KN LN GJ 2 af I" Z c: I-I C12 -I :U F11 F11 A-I af Eli D' E E: O ft W' rr O B "4 O C-' P1 A 'D' O 9 Z KT! 2 HI O Z S F" K" KT! 10'- TYPEWRITERS-Sales, Rentals, and Repairs Tel. LASQII 7-5712 Luncheon io am. to 6:30 Pm. HIGHLAND HARUWARE Q 5 Hgrdwgrg-Hgujghgld l Cooked Meat! - Salad! - Cured Claeexe Lawn 'md Garden Supplief Complete 'Bujet Supplier For Sporting Good: Weddingx - Receptiom - Partier OPEN SEVEN DAYS 'Phone LA 10898 5 335 WALNUT STREET 47 LINCOLN STREET NEWTONVILLE, MASS. NEWTON HIGHLANDS S x0"0"'0W0'-0Y0'N0"'-0f0'S01'-0f0N0'f101f02C02G010v10'40N016210f170f10P0f10f20'6N0W20117l01i0'f0'6x 'I 98 BEST WISHES Gooo LUCK FROM FROM N E W T O N A Z A T H E O L Y M P I A N S :H947 5 5 5 LINENTHAL AND BECKER -ENGINEERS- OUR SINCEREST THANKS T0 MR. EDWIN A. LITTLE FROM THE I957-58 NEWTONIAN STAFF 6 w9'0f04?0261'9'06'0WPl70010'0W162W1010'01900'0fQ00I0f0476X I 99 '-719'01f-?L0w02'0K02'0N0X0K0'N0"0-'-0N-0N01 0163 WINTER SUN 8: SUMMER FUN begin at Newton WALTHAM TRAVEL book now! xl o CRUISES o RAIL Q HOTELS o STUDENT AND GROUP TRAVEL Pickup your ticleett locally at Newton Center's Only Authorized Agent for Steamships and Airlines Compliment: of . . . GUBBINS SHELL SERVICE 1094 BEACON STREET ' 4 CORNERS NEWTON E5 NEWTON DRUG COMPANY Q 634 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE 5 CCdr. Centre Streeth Rm. 201 Blgelow 49634 LASCU 76616 564 Commonwealth Avenue Newton Centre , THE READING INSTITUTE Complimentf of . . . OF An Educational Center for the WH-D 81 STEVENS, IHC. Improvement of Reading 45 INDUSTRIAL PLACE 687 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON 16, MASSACHUSETTS NEWTON UPPER FALLS 64, MASSACHUSETTS COmmonwealth 6-0522 WALNUT DRUG co. PROTECT THEIR HEALTH Prewriptiom Call DEcatur 2-1334 For Dependable Heating Service Bernard H. Dokton, Reg. Pbarm. SHELL FUEL OILS Phone B1 48270 nu sons on co. lNc. Oil Burner Sale! and Service 833 WASHINGTON STREET 382 WATERTOWN STREET NEWTONVILLE, MASS. NEWTON, MASS. x76W00'0N0V?4?176561f-7'76UG0N?G76'1?f050N?6N7'7'?051?0il-?' '-056W0x 200 S0'X0"'-0N7'0N0N0K0'0'-02401-02 ,Z XXX' Q ,XXX 3 1' Z! lf, I ,-ff!!! xzfffr -Zfzfji Ziff ,ff 4 9, i f ,2!2If,,-fi 'XIX jf :L ,, 'F Z N D, ,en ,Z 'Jil -l l l ,I it l pf' l e.. 151 Q ,iii A PT' --P" .f-""' l ,J-'L-' ' -'-056165100 S , .,..- ,....- l ti 44 E? SHOPPING XI y y l II l, , IH il in if-els, as ll iiigik:ilJOB CHECK WHAT YOU WANT: Good starting salary with regular raises Pleasant work with other girls and young 'men Prestige of a responsible job with a well-known and respected company If your list shows three checks, then you should check into what the Telephone Company has to offer you. Smart girls are doing it now, before they graduate from high school. Come in and see our employment interviewer soon. You'll enjoy talking with her. Act now, and you can say with pride, "I'm all set! I'm going to work with the Telephone Company!" See the Guidance Counselor at your school, and talk first with her about when and where to apply. I X is X NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 6 6 9 5 3 9 5 9 5 5 5 5 9 5 2 5 3 5 2 5 32 401' QQ'-05101 -'00'0f 6 s x0N0"-0N0'v0"0v'-0"1026240110W01C0N05WN740'0N0'61l?0N70"050110'G01W101f0iW'0N0'l7'0K0X 201 519N0'f'0N0N0f10N0N040SS0NJ40f6Y-0'-0N0f'-02'-01'0Pf-01f-J'-0N6'2S0K0N0f'0'1'0N00C0N0"-0"0N0'K?20x With the Complimentf of . . . YOUR FRIENDS AT THE TIRE FAIR AT LAKE STREET AND COMMONWEALTH AVENUE Complimentx of . . . -20" AL ROGAN SPORTING GOODS 327 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTON CORNER, MASS. -0 SMART PLANNING... 17 5 for your future includes a sound fmancial program. Why not start NOW? 5 5 You can buy Cooperative Shares for as little as Sl per month. They will be S Q worth S200 each at maturity. Come in and talk it over with us. AUBURNDALE COOPERATIVE BANK Q 307 AUBURN STREET AUBURNDALE, MASS. I f :YY C0mP1fmwff0f--- Lounns CLEANERS ' B 0 U I. E V A R D "We Clean o Clean Again" PHARMACY, INC. W. M. Quinlan, Pharm. D. SHIRTS 0 BONDED FUR STORAGE 0 TAILORS Phone Blgelow 42336 454 LEXINGTON ST. AUBURNDALE, MASS. 2090 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE AUBURNDALE, MASS. LAsell 7-2924 6 x75'C75l05ZY?4076"0"QN71?'9'C0Y05f?l7CQ'40 '0N0?C9fC05'0N? 202 5591-0:01 40N05'?C7'797G0519"0P'0N75'40'55'05'?'7'9'40N755'0N7'040I x H A H N D R U G C O . Prompt - E flcient - E festive 105 UNION STREET GUARDIAN SERVICE CORP. NEWTON CENTRE Newton's Largest, Most Complete, Automatic Heating Concern Le BARON HARDWARE Defign - Engineering 2088 COMMONWEALTH AVE. I mtallation - Service CCor. Lexington Streetj AUBURNDALE HONESTY - QUALITY - EXPERIENCE COMPLETE ARCHITECTURAL SERVICE 5 SHERMAN nos., lNc. CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS SINCE 1925 5 PAINTERS and DECORATORS SINCE 1932 5 292 CENTRE STREET NEWTON 58, MASS. Tel. Blgelow 4-8480 CARL T. MULLEN JAMES E. SHERMAN, JR. Paiming and Decorating Comtruction Mowlsks 'F' sf' 'W ECLIPSE- "World'J Bef! Lawn Mower" Established 19 Years f S l rm? g '. 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