Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)

 - Class of 1959

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MV Xu X M I :br wr 'Y W 'wr XX " N' -nf tiff' 4 1 ,. .fo , K ., .... g. nn A H "f'7f1f'f1. 2-'WL "lim 'v ' sa Lt l2T,i"" 'I ,i st -r-xp .Q e.5.'9'3.i -N' IH' '34 22-24mfAv 5 .4 NEWTUNI X I 6 Robert Snyder Kenneth Novak Mary Small Gilda Ingall Ann Holmes LO" raw' fl 0,1 Mary Auryansen Gordon Nelson M Ro s Constance Wonhen M L t I Harold Cohen M M l d h A ld ju it mo Kay Sternfeld Gerald Burg jane Gilbern .2 QW? S Adowfffw KQV gg , QW . gif Qg'f6i0k,AQQ14i?fG1AA at 6 gs QQWYMWUW wg mf W 7 Mr. Jack Shapiro Miss Rachel johnson Sophomore Clan Advirer junior Clan Advixer 2 ,fv ,fi ,X , Lf .17 ff " A , ' , .2 ' if V,Z,41,af6 f gf, fgzl-hw:-avr, . 1 ',.V V L V 1' L! . , - J Miss Margaret South Senior Clan Adviser 1 A CLASS ADVISE Superintendent of Newton Schools Mr. E. N. Dennard SCHOOL COMMITTEE Fin! Row: E. N. Dennard, Supt., G. R. Oncley, H. C. Freedman, Chairman, J. P. Cochrane, G. C. Whitmore. Second Roux' S. F. Deming, F. P. Frazier, M. Beckwith, E. Hawkridge, Hon. Howard Whitmore, Jr. 00 ' ui "" SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Firrt Row: Mrs. Kraft, Miss Richmond Dr. Navez, Mrs. Miekka, Mrs. Bailey Second Row: Mr. Risr, Mr. Silluzio, Mr Verdun, Mr. Miller. Third Roux' Mr Boclman, Mr. I-Iall, Mr. Malone, Dr Keller, Mr. Kesselheim. s.,,,,,, ,J - ro ei LIBRARY DEPARTMENT Mrs. Turnbull, Mrs. Erskine, Miss Sanbar MECHANICAL DRAWING Mr. Swan, Mr. Knapman s.. INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT Mr. Chase MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Firft Row: Miss Crehan, Mr. Ferguson, Miss Bates, Mrs. Allen, Mr. Peterson. Second Rauf: Mr. I-Ioodes, Miss Kharas, Mrs. Chasranet, Mrs. Ford, Mr. Bailey, Mr. Giroux. Third Row: Mr. O'Donnell, Mr. Shapiro, Mr. Stephens, Mr. Merrill, Mr. Deschenes. QQNXJ 1, 14- ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Fin! Roux' Mrs. Goldstein, Miss Rae, Miss Leathers, Miss Dunn, Miss Lanigan, Mrs. Isaacs, Miss Lee, Miss Rideout, Mrs. Huss, Miss Kenney, Miss Creedon. Semna' Roux' Miss Praise, Miss Steere, Miss Kramer, Mrs. Thorne, Mrs. Goldberg, Miss Smith, Mr. Harrer, Mr, Boyle, Miss Axelrod, Miss Ryan, Miss Sanguinetti, Miss Allen, Mrs. Bowen, Miss Surrette, Miss Gianferante. Third Row.- if 55 L I 1 Mr. Gordon, Mr. Spink, Mr. Fischer, Mr. Leigh, Mr. Sobol, Mr. Geist, Mr. Harris, Mr. Bissex, Mr. I '-'I X Simms, Mr, Nye, Mr. Carey. W! X NJ I X If RYE T, wifi Q X 'X . xy ff 5 , ' K x rs, Jr X T' s I 4 Y. . Ny A TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL KX -tx xl J vyvlsx' Ne 31 Q :X Y! H, Xxx J .XG I lx.g ss -A I nj xx: I Iffrrt Roni' Mr Cionti Mr Murra Mr Brawn Mr Switzer Mr ohn . . . . , , y, . , . , , - stone, Mr, Gilmore, Mr, Ilinlustun. Mr, Gartlner. Semnd Rout' Mr. Toscanu, Mr. Burnside, Mr. Reppucci, Mr, N. Penta, Mr. Boulter, Mr. Somerville, Mr. Benson, Mr. Houle, Mr. A. Penta. ev Q' -un., S MUSIC DEPARTMENT Mr. Remley, Mr. Doran, Miss Seaver, Miss Ginn, Mr. March fi! .fi A. 3 ff- fe, gp K ffr Q, H T' Q cg-:Di . Q lg F X 'i - J - P X fl x 7:- -J 1 ,f 5, -1 ij. 'N Dj, ART DEPARTMENT . 1 ff 5, 7 5 Mr. Roberts, Miss Miles, Mr. Schultz H K 'Q 5' M, h -,, x - .. ,. ,..,. s - M. -Nm -ar-1-ur, 1 f LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Fifi! R011-.' Mrs. Griswold, Miss Jewett, Miss Carroll, Mr, Ethier. Miss Waters, Miss Ashley, Mrs. Neufeld, Mr. Bresnahan. Serrmd Row: Mrs. Hogan, Miss Titcomb, Miss Baroutliian, Mr. Davis, Mr, Little, Mr. Cornell, Mr. Packard, Miss Cox, Miss McGuire. f ,IV . as I . f I 4 ' i 5 AW.: 4696152 -:W f K ' ' P .s HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Mrs. Gaffney DRIVER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Mr. Sale-mme, Mr. Feelcy, Mr Frechctte, Mr, Arico, Mr. Weist, Mr. Rooney, Mr. Champagne, Mr Hatch. .-as-1 BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Mr. Gratlone, Mr. Mitchell, Miss johnson, Mr. Sutlak, Miss Hood, Mr. Steinhope, Miss Twiss. Mr. Rossi, Mr. Avritch, Miss Folley, Miss Sweeney, Mr. Wells. , W V , N 1 lf X isil' XL ff -'X r lv l 'X . if SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Firft Roux' Miss Kalivas, Miss Gross, Dr. Peltier, Mrs. Fraytag, Mr. Sherman, Mr. Ferguson, Miss Hazartl. Semud Rout Miss South, Mr. Nicholas, Mr. Fral-ctman, Mr. Batcheltlcr, Mr. Cartl, Mr. Rohin- son, Mr. Foster, Mr. Hollman. Third Roux' Mr. Martin, Mr. Gal' lagher, Mr. Lerner, Mr. Suther- land, Mr. MacDonald, Mr. Harris, Mr. Willartl. BOYS PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Mr Romync Mr OConnell, Mr. Smith, Mr. GIRLS PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT First Ruiz Mrs Flink Miss Snodgrass. Semnd I3 Roz: Miss Irascr Miss Hall, Miss Flynn. FACULTY A W "Sh - Please stay behind the desk." gl j , NJ I Miss Higgins Il You know my opinion of this sort of thing." pp I Mr. Harrer ' , i V lil? fl ,fl 'Maine - The first state of the union." .V , , - Mr. Card "But at least I yell at you with a smile Mr. Stevens :Wg 'Affi "james Miller, age 18, from Mars via Hawaii." Mr. Miller ANDIQQ -our 24" "Hel--lo" Dr. Peltier "Catchy - catch?" Mr. Verdun .gf mins ' ' sfrf'-as 1 1 3, M' V s "Nasty problem." Mr. Anderson "My darling Cherubs . . ." Miss Hazard "This is out last chance -" Mr. Geist 'I5 H.S. 1359 DW - 5 ' 7 it Courtery of lacktorz Homertead Newton High School 1859-1959 When the Massachusetts legislature of 1853 passed a law requiring any town with a population of 8000 residents to provide a high school for its students, the Newton School Board was faced with the prospect of building a school in the village of Newtonville. In 1859, the Committee proposed the establishment of a "pure high school" to replace the "high school departments" previously located within the framework of the two elementary schools in Newton Centre and West Newton. Even then there was a space problem, and the Com- mittee hoped that the new building would solve this difficulty as well as house the needed high school. Construction proceeded so rapidly that on September 6, 1859, the new school was ready to house its 75 initial students. The first courses were primarily classical - algebra, geometry, Greek, Latin, music, and drawing. Weekly declarations in English were the forerunners of our speech classes of today. Many students may envy those original students, allowed to walk to Newtonville Square for a snack during the short lunch period. Under the anxious eyes of the School Committee and the first principal, Mr. J. N. Beal, Newton High School survived its first year. The first graduating class of four girls surprised many pessimists and provided the citizens of Newton with a reward for their faith and their fS200,000. Courtesy of Iacleron Homenead Drill Team - 1886 .rs-cf. f J was rj' gs jiri! Qmmal sillflfllil January 2811, 1881 NEWTON IIB! 80H00la. . n t--.-:sn ri- n- n-nn. l-- Quai!-ul With the end of the Civil War came the enrollment of many more boys freed from military service. Nevertheless, the School Board, considering high school an important part of one's education, objected that many students were "thrust by their parents into the herce battles of life before they had time to practice in the armor which they must use in order to become successful." At the same time, the officials offered a stiff entrance examination in an attempt to establish high standards for the students. Their success was mirrored by the high acceptance rate at Harvard College, the destination of almost every student in the Boston area. A new, general course of instruction was introduced in 1867. German, French, and many practical subjects, previously found only in commercial school, were offered to the growing student body. Half the conscripts for the Union Army had been ex- empted because of ill health or physical disability, and the concern over the condition of the nation's youth was as great then as it is today, Therefore, many people were pleased to note the addition of a physical education course to the program. Of these new courses, the School Committee said, "We cannot justifiably lower the standard of education here to be secured, but we can give it breadth." There were, of course, many sharply contested issues in the development of the new school. In 1871, entrance examina- tions were discontinued. The superintendent of schools, Hiram H. Walker, complained that, "lf anything, the quantity of the last entering class was rather at the expense of quality," The problem was partly solved by the introduction of examina- tions into the elementary school programs. While many students walked from such places as Newton Highlands, some rode the train to Newtonville. Even these students walked home after school because of the irregular train schedules. Still, many parents expressed apprehension over the bad effect which the trains had on the students. Chil- dren often walked idly about the train yards, disregarding their studies. Others rode the few miles to school, and their parents feared they would become lazy. Today, many parents are concerned that their children always drive or ride the bus to and from school, reminding one of the universal controversies over transportation. 1910 'I9 Q1 v I ,,, FMU Efjif .- -1, ifif 1f!? ' Q! 1,555 .H .AN N i Ni 4 fl, wqgg hifi N-4,4 Iii? ggi! 2251 5 age Yzfll f 534 : 'ls I HS' 51231 Q ,gag ij . ' N " 1: Wh- . 1, H 'K wi li Sv lv l i 'Sl 3 Home Economics Class . . . Before The Parking Problem , May Day Procession 5 I 1 F, we :ag It may not be surprising to note that most students had little time to spend in the train yards. School, homework, outside activities, and church or family recreation filled the days of most students. The extent of extra-curricular activities was outstanding even in the 1870's. In 1873, an exhibition from the Newton schools at the World's Fair in Vienna won a "Diploma of Merit". By that time, the high school had four major courses of study: the Classical Course, expanded to meet the new en- trance requirements of Harvard College, the Business Course, which offered vocational studies, the General Course, a mixture of classical and practical studies, and the Technology Course, a three-year, general course with emphasis on mathematics. Also in 1875, the adult education courses were introduced into the high school program. Evening classes in freehand and industrial drawing were offered to members of the com- munity. In 1876, the familiar knock of overcrowdedness was heard at the door, and the school committee proposed "a noble en- largement" to the original building. The resulting appearance prompted this passage in The Kingk Handbook of Newton: Less than half a mile from the R.R. station, on Walnut Street, rises the Newton High School, a spacious and com- modious structure . . , Pleasant lawns extend around the building, and during the school hours the walls are lined with tall bicycles, on which the boys come to the scene of their studies . . . The situation of the school, on the broad and quiet Walnut Street, close to the park-like Clafiin domain, is particularly advantageous, and every morning of the educa- tional year, the lads and lasses of Newton are seen wending their way hither by scores, or those from the remoter villages coming by barges or by R.R. trains. At this time, a regular military drill was held for the boys by an officer who lived in Newtonville. These drills were conducted in an old building in the square or in the lower corridor of the school building. The student parliament met periodically and was elected by a schoolwide election. There was, of course, no woman suffrage, and only the boys were allowed to speak at meetings. In 1881, the School Board purchased additional land on which they built an extension of the original building. How- ever, the improvement was so slight that a drill shed was built behind what is now Building I, and this shed is still used today for band practice, gym classes, and elections. In 1896, the present Building I was erected, providing lunchrooms, a large assembly hall, science laboratories, a gym- nasium, and classrooms. This new building is said to have brought to a end the practice of walking to Newtonville Square for lunch. 22 A new interest in science at the turn of the century at- tracted many Newton boys to M.l.T., and the curriculum was broadened to prepare them for engineering. By 1901, pressure was being placed on the Board to build a new structure to house the commercial and technical students, Completed in 1909, the Technical High School absorbed commercial courses from the classical school and admitted some of its students. Under the leadership of the first headmaster, Charles Kehrner, the Technical High School increased its enrollment, and a vocational school was installed within the same building. In 1926, Building III was completed, and in the new gymnasium, boys' basketball was first introduced to the school. During the next year, several activities were added. The first chapter of the National Honor Society in Massachusetts was established in Newton High School. The new athletic Held, composed of a quarter-mile track, a varsity gridiron, a baseball diamond, hockey fields, and tennis courts, was dedi- cated to Alfred Dickinson, who had died in that year. r L , V i""' ii r 1 l , i l 0 , i l 1 i 1... 15 is, Tf Recent history shows several changes in Newton High School. In 1946, the junior college was founded. Three years later, there was great speculation as to the space problem and how bad it would become by 1960. The Newtonite suggested such improvements as elevators, food pills to eliminate lunches, discontinuation of marks, and rubberized walls. Within the last few years, honor studies, Tigerama, and the Rally Com- mittee have been introduced to the school. In 1956, a new teaching method was introduced. This system, the Newton Plan, greeted the Class of '59, the Centen- nial Class. In 1957, Harold Howe II joined the Century Class in their exploration of Newton High School. Now, to the background of IBM machines and Russian teachers, the Century Class is looking forward to graduation as Newton High School looks back over its first hundred years, over the simple beginning, the growth, the road to the present. We look back, over the past, around us at the present, and with a greater understanding and dedication, we advance toward the future. 1959 1859 Chernov Varya Petrovin , Bounine . Sergie . Anna .. Drivinitz . Sleighdriver Charwoman Dr. Serensky Empress Baroness . ., Prince Paul CAST . Robert Stearns Amy McAuliffe Stephen Kaufman .. Lee Milner . . James Burdick , Carol Opper . Daniel Krinsky .. Stephen Wolf Dorothy Gurvitz ,. . .. jay Mullen Barbara Fleischer , . , Julia Bergmark William Morris ANASTASIA In 1912, the first Senior Play was presented in an effort to assist the class treasury. Since that first play, The Unexpectednerr of Diomba, this event has become one that is eagerly awaited by the Senior Class and all of Newton High School. This yeat's play, Anastasia, is one that will be long remembered by its cast, committees, and audience. Under the direction of Mr. Spink, the cast created the mood of suspense and uncertainty so necessary for the appreciation of the play. Because of their inter- pretation, many of us are still wondering whether Anastasia is the heiress she claims to be. Behind the scenes, Mr. Chase and his crew, the various committees, and the student directors worked together to insure the effectiveness of the production. Cooperation was the key word among all affiliated with Anartatia. The result was a wonderful show which was enjoyed by all. 55' SENIOR PLAY Lfakk. , ....,.r,.., DIRECTORS Director Mr. William Spink Student Directors: Act I- Harriet Hoffman Act ll - jan Lee Clement Act Ill - Adele Lerman COMMITTEES Properties - Chairman Ann Mahoney Costumes - Chairman David Dow Publicity - Chairman Faith Copeland Ushers - Chairman Sylvia Keilet John McClintock, Head Usher Make-up - Chairman Gilda lngall Stage Crew Managers Stephen Richmond Richard Smith Tickets - Chairman Susan Callahan Candy - Chairman Mabel Ashenfclter Friday and Saturday Evenings Octobcr17,l8,1958 at 8:15 P,M. 29 if in Fun and food, first and foremost - that was this year's Senior Supper. Platters of ham and turkey, shimmering molds of many kinds, more than a dozen ice-Cream Havors, and a huge, tiered birthday cake were served buffet style. After everyone had eaten himself into contented silence, M. C. Bill Doyle pre- sented the entertainment and started a song fest. Hands clapping, feet stomping, voices ringing out, the Seniors took partners and formed groups for the evenings feature - folk and square dancing. All too soon, the Senior Supper was over, and 700 happy Seniors left the school more exhausted than they could have been after a week of finals. Adviser: Miss Margaret South. SENICJR SUPPER I l l SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President: William Doyle Fin! Vice-President: Jerome Kenney Second Vice-Preridenh Frederick Posner Secretary: Diane Fay Treamrer: Marcia Kerr Adviser: Miss South W. Doyle, M. Kerr, Miss Margaret South, F. Posner, D. Fay, J. Kenney. 1 4 A Fin! Row: R. Shepard, M. DiNapoli, C. Gagin, D. Fay, 1. Kenney, W, Doyle, F. Posner, M. Kerr, J. Berest, C. Worthen, K. Ryan. Second Row: Miss South, A. Sostilio, F. White, C. Pollack, G. Nelson, E. Kasok, L. Hannon, A. McAuliffe, S. Callahan, J. Magner. Third Row: P. Traynor, B. Nellos, H. Levine, R. Murphy, F. Jarrett, K. Lappin, D. Dow, E. Fritz, E. Arcuri, G. Davitlson. 31 SENICR CANDIDS -MS 3 'EQ H RECORDS gag? v-7 NOKHW .em ff ' U, s. .111 ,nC.4 RBARA EMMA ADOLPH Babs :ressed Desire: To become :us as an author. lest Memory of N. H. S.: any wonderful teachers and I s. Veeks: College cs Committee 3: School Ex- lge 2: Newtonite 2: Senior 3: Dance Committee 2: Ush- l: Tennis 3: Chemistry Club Debating Club 1: Drama Club Iusic Club 1, 2, 3: Centenary nmittee 3. .J I. 1 f ' IYCE LINDA ALLURED write Pastime: Dropping stitch- nr Joni to pick up. lest Memory of N. H. S.: sophomore year CGuess whyl? Brookline High: College 3: Cavalry Club 3: Spanish l 3. ROBERT V. AGHABABIAN Bob, Aggie Suppressed Desire: A coffee break at 10:30. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Build- ing I made into a museum. I: Meadowbrook: College Legislature 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Rifle Club 3: Science Club 2. ,Q , fs- '-w,.,,m 4. ANTHONY JOHN AMENDOLA Tony, Andy, Junior Suppressed Desire: To see girls in the car when I am working. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Ringing Mr. Hingston's bell. IIIA: Day: Service Basketball: Art Club: Rifle Club. Wlhout further ado ml:iDg:: f!r jIIlF elk- Blilif zfiifilfuf ':asi:f'be't.liifn:l nunu-1.-ms.r.u..a.x. ri wuts. ua wma will bumwma. In nt. -l.'....ti....,li.f.f'ifZt-Ki?-fl mm s. 32" " ' an Totaladllnrmdhlsn M 7 ll? Ill EEE IUIJICTI 'lb Ink lil Cnlit Ti tu Tdll HI! lil Dhabi! Ibn Doll IOQ Ugg.. mum nouns-nu. HI sqm sou swan 4 J 14-f t. '- 10 .E - ' - 1 ... l'rldqy,Bdptnmbor0,wlltbclutday!oranyothcrprvgnmehlnpo. .1 1 4' l Z - Value . .- Nl! W Yank v' , ' ' 'IZ' '1 F wt 1 gp' gg, 41 1 . - 1 il. c- ur I AY' 4 Ql1':1" LI'vZlf Lfll ' " mf" ' "'. L xi J" vi if I' - " l ' ll ' .-1 . 4 9 U Cf . 4 ,J Q F' am, I - 1 ' 5 l Za :Mc may -.1 1 f I ., ,. . A Ll 2 t JOHN LAWRENCE AKERMAN Johnny, Ack Favorite Pastime: Scofling Rand, Gordon, Gilvar, and E. K. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Biddy and his Cider" Football X38-13-69. II: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager l: Orange Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2: Spring Musical 1, 2: Vespers , 2, 3: Ushers 1, 2: Baseball 1, : Basketball 1, 3: Football 1, 2, : Intramural Sports 2: Rifle Club ,2,3. SHERMAN AND N er Suppressed Desire: Not to have the same girl friends as Barry. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A one-floor school. I: Bigelow: College Orange Shield 3: Vespers 2: Dra- ma Club 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Music Night 2: A Cappella Choir 2: Centenary Committee 3. x ELIZA ETH o X N Germ , X9-9. F t . S Qx 62 es 5 frigasll ma Qaagng ollege Q 5 ona r iety - .1 IPC-lif e. mtlatvtq is 2:e s' 'PN' 9 I Blat airm : 1. -'- : J, 3 Forp , 3 '. 11 . , : ie o 1 , Cxamura , 2,51 '-as f 1 ai' Zh rclfdfkl - g ub 1: Gills C s A Cappella Choir 2. ELNA H. ANDERSON Ellie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The 1958 Washington D. C. Ex- change. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Ken- yon Gym Classes. I: Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 3: School Exchange 2: Newtonian 3: Girls' Athletic Board 3: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Basketball I, 2, 3: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Badmin- ton 1, 2, 3: Softball 1, 2, 3: Vol- ley Ball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 1: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Rifle Club 2: Fencing 1: Lacrosse 1, 2, 3. PRISCILLA ANN ANNESE 1 a Favorite Pastime: "Hops," especi- ally at J. B.'s. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A tunnel to Newtonville Square. II: Day: College Tigerama Hostess: Rally Commit- tee 3: Field Hockey 1: Badminton 1- nmifm r'l..I. x- 'r.-:-u:-v 1 il' ALBERT RANKIN ALEXANDER, JR. Al, Bert Suppressed Desire: To be last in the Senior Section. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Re- frigeration unit in the gym for Tigeramas. II: Boston College High: College Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 3: Rally Committee 3: Concert Band 2, 3: Marching Band 2, 3: Dance Band 2, 3: Tiger 3: Music Night 2, 3. V 'IWW K , .-ittalm :EIS Q i -' ii .ft I 1 I I . . ,1- 4. .iv l 'Q -v"'ln RICHARD LOUIS ANTONELLIS Amo Suppressed Desire: Never to lose my license again. Favorite Pastime: Driving with- out it. II5 Day5 College Home Room Manager 25 Anti- Smoking Committee 25 Ushers 15 Football 25 Ice Hockey 15 Intra- mural Sports 1, 25 Music Club 1, 2. DIANE CORINNE APPLETON Di, Dee Favorite Pastim: Being with Ronnie. ' Fondest Mem of . . S.: -. is Sigel? N ,FAME Rculu l Q .QV 'X Pi U y' est, Rof N1 1. . ' 1' ' hormxre . .,in wi X rs, c 'et B 5, C a oul t e' toe. at 0 X7 V I-In S. r y : A ri . 1 e . V5 r gd inf .5255 if A . VNC ffl m 3 " RT ANCIS' in nex s Ari:- iff w We present to you MARY SHEPARD AURYANSEN Suppressed Desire: To be the only girl on the chess team. Favorite Pastime: Betting on math tests. I5 Day: College National Honor Society 2, 35 Civics Committee 35 Newtonian Coordinator 3: Newtonite 25 Sen- ior Play 35 Vespers 2, 35 Math Club 1, 2, 35 Music Club l, 2, 35 Outing Club 25 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Concert Band 2 3' Marchi Band 3, A.F.s. 'c0iiiinirfee't5la""""g " Centenary Committee 35 Elmira Key Award 2. Q . ,fr M s . -.. ,ff 3 i in XQ Arun sm X Bo Favorite Pastime: Playing golf with Mr. Hall as coach. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A new building for lunch. II: Meadowbrook: Gbllegef- , Golf 3. JUDITH CATHY ARNOLD Judv Suppressed Desire: To be immune to police tickets, registry whistles, insurance rates, and car accidents. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Ellen, Sally, Elvis, Ellen, P. and B. - and all those dreams and schemes. I5 Weeks: College V. , . Legislature 1, 25 Civics Commit- tee 35 School Exchange 25 New- tonian 3, Advertising Editorg Newtonite 2, Assignment Editorg Tigerama Committee 1, 25 Senior Play 35 Drama Festival 25 Rally Committee 25 Dance Committee 1, 25 Ushers 1, Chairman: Golf 1, 35 Tennis 1, 35 Cavalry Club 2, 35 Drama Club 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Orchesis 15 Outing Club 25 Spanish Club 2, 35 Newtonite, Ad. Staffg Class Vice President 15 A.F.S. Committee 25 Centenial Committee 35 Representative to Mass. High School Student Gov- ernment meeting 15 Rep. to Millis High School 2. MABEL ASHENFELTER Mabs Suppressed Desire To bring Ocean City, Md. to Mass. Changes I would like 'to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Hour- long lunches. I5 Eastern High, Baltimore, Md.5 College Rally Committee 25 Music Club 2. BARBARA ANN BABBIN Barbs, Babs Favorite Pastime: Being with the L. F. Bridge Dwellers, especially Paul. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The annex, 138 and 335 with Lisa. II5 Warren5 College Leader Corps, 2, 35 Field Hockey 1, 35 Softball 15 Volley Ball 15 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. BEVERLY KAY BACK Bev, Kay Favorite Pastime: Writing letters to Maine. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The problems of a transfer stu- dent. II5 Gould Academy5 College PENNY LEE AXELROD Pen, Penguin Favorite Pastime: Enjoying all extra-curricular activities. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Proving the seemingly impossible possible. I5 Weeks5 College Orange Shield 2, 35 Newtonian 35 Tigerama Committee 25 Senior Play 35 Drama Festival 25 Rally Committee 25 Dance Committee 25 Cavalry Club 35 Music Club 35 Orchesis 2, 35 Class Committee 2. S5??sf:e.?i1i-EL1. Lg.: 3 ,. . 3J":E':f:g.z.gif 1 E "" T I . : ' 1' t ' :i......J..:.. . . 1 , ,,, 1 .- 5 ,.,,. s ts... 5.2.5.5 , . 'wwf . : f t M Q., -1 - . s f ,t ' W ai sf' Q ie Q . Q K i I .J ,B .. BEVERLY ANN BAGDASARIAN Shorty, B.B. Suppressed Desire: To become a successful artist. Favorite Pastime: Going on long, long drives with Il: Weeks: College Rally Committee: Stage Crew: Tennis: Badminton: Art Club. 1 Q 4 . ' M1 1- fy: r i 7 l1,f'7f'ilf7 DAVID ALLEN BAILEN Favorite Pastime: Speaking French like a Spanish cow. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Dr. Peltier's classes and Friday S-block "seminars." I: Meadowbrook: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Civ- ics Committee 3: Orange Shield 3: Orance Book, Bus. Mgr. 2, 3: Science Fair 2: Latin Club, Treas- urer 1, 2, 3: Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. N if ge A fi ij! X NCL, I I so . if .J :-P 1 . .J YJ . ff ig,- P fl l ii ,-fl Q1 xff! xi' -f ' ' I f' I . -- ' xv "Ji uw f I 5' 1... .1 my . 'Q :Ii AQJ7-' I w 17712. by- 4 'X Q cz K, ELAINE,ELIZA H . of AG W 0' . KU' I, londie 5' 4 -f ' - ,f 5Suppressed Desire: To be Ray's girl for always. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The riots in my junior English class. IV: Warren: Business RONALD JOHN BAGLEY Ron Suppressed Desire: To make more money than I can spend. Favorite Pastime: Standing on the garner watching all the girls go y. II: Warren: College Rifle Club 1, 2. In nursery verses old and new lf- ' ANN ELIZABETH BAKER Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Night of the Spring musical of '56 looking for our tickets in the old 111. I: Warren: College Tigerama Committee 2: Stage Crew 3: Archery 1: Latin Club 1: Music Club 1, 2. ROBERT EDWARD BAKER Favorite Pastime: The reason for the golden hours. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those golden hours in Doc's class. I: Bigelow: College Newtonian 3: Orange Book 2, 3: Debating Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2: Matnematics Club 1: Class Com- mittee 2. JUDITH ANN BALKAN Judy Favorite Pastime: Procrastinating. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My "A" in chemistry with Mr. Hall. I: Meadowbrook: College Home Room Manager 2: New- tonite 3: Senior Play 33 Ushers 1: Chemistry Club 2, 3: French Club 1: Music Club 2, 3: Cen- tennial Committee 3. JUDITH BANISTER Judy, Judle Favorite Pastime: "Hops." Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Alan H.: sophomore year in 111. II: Day: College Tigerama Hostess 3: Rally Com- mittee 33 Cavalry Club 1, 3: Music Club 31 Outing Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. THOMAS ALLEN BANKMAN Tom Suppressed Desire: To take a trip to Alaska and the South Sea Islands. Favorite Pastime: Hunting, fish- ing, and riding my hot motor scooter. II: Day: College Senior Play 3: junior Red Cross Council 1: Science Fair 1: Foot- ball 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Aviation Club 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2: Rifle Club 1, 3. BETSY LEE - QUER Favorite Pastime: Ta ing. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Hollman's Problems of De- mocracy class. I: Weeks: College Senior Play Ticket Committee 3: International Club 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Music Club 3: Orchesis 1: Centenary Committee 3. JOSEPH RICHARD BARBERIO Dicky Suppressed Desire: To drive that Cadillac I tell everyone I own. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Roc- ket Education classes to replace Driver Education. IV: Warren: Business Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 3. SONDRA ELAINE BARKIN Sandy Suppressed Desire: To get mar- ried and have little Newtonites. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My sophomore homeroom 111 with Mrs. Brackett. II: Warren: College Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1: Tennis 3: Volleyball 1,-3: Library Club 1: Music Club 35 Outing Club 3: Centenary Committee 3. VIRGINIA, BARNES Ginna Suppressed Desire: To know everyone in my classes. Favorite Pastime: Unveiling stat- ues of Mr. Packard. I: Warren: College Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Field Hoc- key l, 2, 3: Softball 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Centenary Committee 3. THOMAS ARTHUR BAROW Punch Suppressed Desire: To make a million dollars. Favorite Pastime: Playing golf and making bets. II: Warren: Service Golf 2, 3. IRMA PAY BARRON Suppressed Desire: To get from 1304 to 23F on time. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Mbve 1304 next to 23F. I: Meadowbrook: College Orange Book 2, 3: Rally Commit- tee 3: Ushers 1: Archery 1: Eng- lish Club 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Cen- tenary Committee 3: S.O.S. 2. .ll flhjga-M fl - SANDRA COLPITTS BARROWS Sandi Suppressed Desire: To go to Mis- souri this summer. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Newton-Waltham football ames. 8 IV: Waltham High:'Business Senior Play 3: Library Club 2. . :e..sffw sm,iff5g in '-Qwszzaiz,- . ' - - - F if:-gg:a . .:g:znX?f I : :i:?7?i . P' ' , ROBERT J. BARRY -ii' in E.. . '--. 2 Riff B b X 0 1 K IIIB: Warren: Business gin- Y Y 31 gi if 1,1 3 . fs ls 'scifi ,g Q Us DOROTHY MAE BARTELS ' Dottie, Dottie Mae I Suppressed Desire: To live out L -, west on a huge ranch and own a . - beautiful palamino horse. Fondest Memory of N H S' The Fellowship reunions after school on the bus. sg II: Meadowbrook: College at Vespers 1, 2: Tennis 1: Archery -w x: - H1 ' '--. : . l, 2: Badminton 1: Softball 1, 2: ,. ' vs' Intramural Sports 1, 2: Orchestra I 4 R N sm Egfsliidl , . ..,:,,,:..:lQ-. ss : 5ss,.w"?:Qa,:gf . ' - Qi 'Q Q ,I 'st M ff 1, 2: S.O.S. 2. ROBERT NOMAN BARTER Suppressed Desire: To graduate and to be an Air Force Pilot. Favorite Pastime: Having fun with the boys and their cars. II: Day: College Legislature 1, 2: Dance Commit- tee 2: Ushers 2: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 3: Ski Club 2. ii' i" iilii 4 , JOHN WAYNE fss C... s BARTHELMES sssl ' ' 'llll gw g Night-Hawk ' Q V, 5 4: Favorite Pastime: 169 Chapel gf ' A Street, Newton. Changes I would like to see at i N. H. S. in next 100 years: g .i"' N.T.H.S. having a football team. l IIIA: Day: Service Basketball 1, 2, 3: Intramural 5. R Sports 2. f Wwe CENTURY CLASS - 1.95.9 TKLI . 35.15 lilE 1 OAN ELLEN BAUTZE Joanie PATRICIA ANN BARTLEY Pat Suppressed Desire: To have four lunches a day. Favorite Pastime: "Parties", "Hops". II, Day, College Tigerama Hostess, Rally Commit- tee 3, Future Teachers 2, Outing Club 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3. EDWARD QUINT BAYARD Ed, Eddie, McBayard Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: T.K.g my junior year. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A soda fountain in the cafeteria. II: Dayg College Tigerama Hostess 3, Rally Com- mittee 3: Golf 2, 3: Cavalry Club lg Latin Club 1, Music Club 3: Outing Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Al Smith for President, Tiger- ama '58. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A daily color ten page Newtonire produced with no effort whatso- ever by the staff. I, Weeks, College National Honor Society 2, 3: Home Room Manager lg Newton- ite 2, 3, Production Editor 3: Band lg Orchestra 1, 3. CAROL RUTH BEAN 215 Melrose St., Auburndale Beanie Suppressed Desire: To be able to understand all the crazy lan- guages I sing in. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: A Connecticut Yankee. Ig Warren, College Orange Shield 2g Music Board 2, Tigerama Committee 23 Spring Musical 1, Vespers 1, 2, 35 Ush- ers lg Drama Club 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Music Night I, 2, Cen- tenary Committee 3. .lack and .Hll went up the hill 1' tux 5-O N -r vt ci 0515 N gf ,CNBANC ANN EA 1 FHVOIITC . emg .pla wlbrew s MGS- ' de 3 .K y of . ' ot' e, -13 , ih ur :gel C ge ll mmitt 1 ' e Y ' , . en ' 5 S . g' rls' ' PRISCILQKJ ELLEN BECKWITH Pepi Suppressed Desire: To be a teach- er. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior yearg all the wonder- ful teachers I've had. II, Warren: College Future Teachers 3: International Club lg Music 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Music Night 1, 23 Centenary Committee 3. JUDITH LEE BEDRICK Judy, J. B. Favorite Pastime: Trying to change Mattie. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Doing Newlonite make-up on the fire-escape. Ig Weeks, College National Honor Society 2, 3: Or- ange Shield 2, 3, Newtonire 2, 3: Rally Committee 25 Drama Club 1, 2, 3g International Club 2, 3, Secretaryg Music Club 2, 31 A.F.S. Committee 2, 3: A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 33 Vespers 2, 3. JOEL EDWARD BERENSON Suppressed Desire: Finding a parking space. Favorite Pastime: Looking for a parking space. Ig Bigelow, College Newtonian 3: Baseball lg Track, Outdoor 2, Intramural Sports 1, 25 Chemistry Club 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3. JUDITH ELLEN BERESEN Judi, Judy Suppressed Desire: Only he knows! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The great bunch of kids and all our problems. Ig Bigelow: College Newtonire 1, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Tennis 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. - J' fwlwjon is Hi inyb' REST 6035 jig . Sup ssed D re: To have all IJ' C?02IJ'sNat ton High at once. 17 ' L avorit tim : Jwatching the 0' 6 1 I h xtry f s.::'i,.if' :fait in ce 1, L fiifea wbrooif Coll X Ia 2 A J, egisl't Ke 25 xec Cfomm' v i Lf ' ' ' ' ee 52' Tigera ao niitte , Riily Commit vi 2ni3',ieeilCler Field Hockey 1 So t l 1 Out- ing Club 2 3 Tri Y. ljiglzlorps 23 ce igolldfrglttee 39 if ' , Q' '- i- i Q . Jumrn ANN Bsnnsr Suppressed Desire: Only Flip knows. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the wonderful school events, especially Sept. 29, '58, our re- turn trip from the Everett game. Il, Meadowbrook Tigerama Committee 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, Field Hockey 1, Softball 1, Intramural Sports 1, Music Club 2, 39 Out- ing Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y, Sopho- more Hop Hospitality, Studio, Centenary Committee 3. ARLEEN SUE BERGART Suppressed Desire: To swim through the Building I tunnel on a rainy day. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those "rare" no-school announce- ments during snow storms. I, Meadowbrook, College Newtonian 3, Dance Committee 1, Centenary Committee 3, Ushers 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, Archery 2, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, English Club 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, Out- ing Club 2, 3. BRENDA SUSAN BERMAN Sue Favorite Pastime: Figuring out where I'm going, how I'm going and when I'm going. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Working in the Building II office. II, Weeks, College Archery 1, 2, Badminton 2, Mu- sic Club 1, 2, 3, Orchesis 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, S.O.S. 2, 3, Fenc- ing Club 2. CAROL RUTH BERMAN C.B. Favorite Pastime: Thinking up suppressed desires. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My senior year and Human Re- lations. I, Meadowbrook, College Newtonite 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Ushers 1, Archery 3, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Music Club 3. To fetch a pail of water, Qlliill :Sill 6:21 exft? V ij! SW JULIA A. BERGMARK Juli, Jule Suppressed Desire: To go to the Sorbonne. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Senior year and all the wonderful kids I've met. I, Warren, College Senior Play 3, Rally Committee 2, Drama Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Orchesis 1, 2, 3, A.F.S. Committee 3, Girls' Chorus 1. MARY MONTZINGO BERMAN 9 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: September 1956 - June 1959. I, Bigelow, College Newtonian 3, International Club 3, Music Club 1, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3. MAXINE DEE BERMAN Maxi, Max Suppressed Desire: To be the first one of the "Three Musketeers" married. Favorite Pastime: The Three Mus- keteers - Troubles, Talk, and Tears. I, Warren, College Newtonian 2, Rally Committee 3, Dance Committee 1, Music Club 1, S.O.S. 2, 3. BARBARA ANN BERNDT Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Traf- fic cops in the cafeteria and loung- ing chairs in study halls. II, Warren, College Legislature 2, Orange Shield 2, Newtonian 1, 2, Tigerama Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, Tri- ' i y 1 1 i chery 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Frenc Club 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2,' . HiY Field Hocke 1 2 3 ! WILLIAM GARDINER BERN DT Bill Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Fax ' ,Pastime: Sports Il, gghsgixg College Civics Committee 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 2, 3, Boys' Athletic Board 2, 3, Anti-Smoking Committee 3, Dance Committee 2, Basketball 3, Football 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Aviation Club 2, French Club 3, Latin Club 2, Library ,avr BARRY HOWARD BERLIN B.B. Suppressed Desire: Not to hav: the same girl friend as Sherm. Favorite Pastime: Existing. Il, Bigelow, College L. 1 1 ffl , K I - -all -- QM? ., WX K QW .Qs ll , 5-5 c. .--7' LEONARD ALAN NORMAN EDWARD BARRY EVANS PAULINE MARIOISTQQ- BERNHEIMER BERNSON BERNSTEIN BIANCHI Blondie Fondest Memory of N- H. S.. I5 Weeks5 College HOOPY Favorite Pastime: Causing con- ML Harris' English Class. Intramural Sports 1, 25 French Suppressed Desire: T0 finish all fusion! Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Lawn tennis courts and a gallery of 500 at each tennis match. I5 Bigelow5 College Legislature 15 Home Room Man- ager 35 Orange Shield 35 New- tonian 35 Vespers 2, 35 Ushers 25 Basketball 35 Tennis 1, 2, 35 In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Math Club 1, 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3: ggi 't-L T' - . . '5 "'Y.fF'1 ' "-N75 rg, ' ' .-fig Els 3" 'Lf'-ii Q -- ' .sglgsiff I N 523511115 -V F' LQ, i I 1"P ul' fs J 1 -lla X "W I Mu- Club 2. GERALD DAVID BIEDERMAN JCHY Suppressed Desire: To make Al- fred E. Neuman worry. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Packard's German class. I5 Bigelow5 College Football 15 Drama Club 15 Tusi- tala 1, 2, 3. PAULINE ZABELLE BILEZIKIAN Pony Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My memorable French class in my junior year. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Larger and dryer tunnels so that it will be worth taking them on rainy days. I5 Day5 College Legislature 1, 2, 35 Civics Com- mittee 35 Orange Shield 25 New- tonian 35 Spring Musical 15 Dra- ma Festival 25 Rally Committee 35 Vespers 2, 35 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 2, 3. THOMAS HENRY BINNALL Favorite Pastime: Cast parties. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Stage Crew. IIIB5 Grover Cleveland5 Service Stage Crew 1, 2. BRENDA C. BISHOP Bren Suppressed Desire: To join the submarine service with j.S. Favorite Pastime: Meeting my honey before, after, and in be- tween classes. IV5 Day: Business Outing Club 2. my homework all the time on time. Favorite Pastime: Getting up at 8:05 A.M. I5 Weeksg College Stage Crew 25 Motion Picture Squad 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 3. NEIL HARVEY BIA'I'I'E Favorite Pastime: Wine, women, and song. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being pursued by Victor. I5 Bigelowg College Dance Committee 1, 25 Science Fair 15 Intramural Sports 1, 35 Aviation Club 35 Camera Club 25 Chemistry Club 25 Latin Club 15 A Cappella Choir 1. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Boyle's homeroom, the Tiger- ama of Sept. 25, 1958. IV5 Day5 Business Home Room Manager 15 Tiger- ama Committee 15 Rally Commit- tee 1, 25 Ushers 1. ARTHUR VAUGHN BLISS Art I will to N. H. S.: The notes I took in Miss South's History Class. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Junior year in H.R. 2100. I5 Warreng College A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 Intra- mural Sports 2, 35 Latin Club 15 Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2. faclc fell down and broke his crown, l lf, f"l'.l...4 . 4 ra V-5. 4-an 'wif vw t 9 F9 .. A If fs my r. ,.... -Isfxizfie ' - ' 9 if .3i?EQSSx X ' 1 L X RS 1 fx f I ...Q ,... ,EX ,. 2 fi ws f-,.. X f-My p . if fn' 5' K . zz, ..,., , ix 1 . me IALIIN ALIJ DLLILILVL .,.Ron, Ronnie Suppressed Desire: To study the correct material for Mr. Hall's Chemistry tests. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those S-block conversations with Mr. Boyle. I: Meadowbrook: College Civics Committee 3: Home Room Manager 2: Orange Shield 3: Ves- pers 2, 3: Track, Indoor 2, 3: In- tramural Sports l, 3: English Club 2, 3: Music Club 3: Class Com- mittee 3. BENNETT BLUMENBERG Ben, B.B. " - Suppressed Desire: To have 51,- 000,000 tax free. Favorite Pastime: Buying books and "talkin' stamps" with Arthur Bliss. I: Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Newtonian 3: Dance Committee 1: Science Fair 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Art Club 1, 2, 3: Chemistry Club 3: Science Club 2. JEROME E. BONAZOLI Jerry Suppressed Desire: To do 169 in the Mg. Favorite Pastime: My trip out of town. II: Weeks: College Orange Shield 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2. ROBERT PAUL BORELLI No-Doz, Suppressed Desire: To break the World Land Speed Record. Favorite Pastime: Bernie. II: Day: College Home Room Manager 1, 2: Or- ange Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Anti-Smoking Committee 2, 3: Stage Crew 1, 2: Science Fair 1, 2, 3: Archery 1, 2, 3: Badmin- ton l, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. ROBERT MELVYN BORN STEIN Bob, Bobby Favorite Pastime: Women, Wine, and watching "Zorro". Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day I took a shower in Gym. II: Warren: College Legislature 1, 3: Baseball 1: Track, Indoor 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: French Club 1, 2. MARi.ENE FQ BY 'fiwicir Marl Favorite Pastime: Mart. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My sophomore year and the won- derful times I had. I: Bigelow: College Rally Committee 1: French Club 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers l: Span- ish Club I: Girls' Chorus 1. And .Hll came tumbling after YVONNE REGINE BOUDUIN Pommi Favorite Pastime: Having fun. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Three wonderful years and many wonderful friends. II: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 3: Drama Festival 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 2: French Club 2, 3: Music Club 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Centenary Com- mittee 3: Chorus 1, 2. MARY ANN BOWLES Suppressed Desire: To think of something original for the year- book. Favorite Pastime: Working at Newton-Wellesley Hospital. IV: Warren: Business RICHARD JOSEPH BRACELAND Butch Suppressed Desire: To become a member of the State Police. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My stool in the pig pen. IIIA: Weeks: Service Home Room Manager 1, 2, 3: Vespers 3: Rifle Club 1. EDWARD A. BOUGHAN Eddy Favorite Pastime: Watching tele- vision. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Wom- en teachers in the trade school. IIIA: Day: Business .E 4 ,X m 5 f 4 JW ? J' xx 9 ,A 'WN Hr wwf WT? 3 S rv we .Q sg, ai K fa ,Y W was K '1-l S , . W .,' 'F ,. I q,.fg:ep:s'1 i-A ,., 4.17 . gzrffm-f - , J, .5Q, fgi1f.i111 r -t 4. 521134, t ' ' i Sas f Q: W. Moose CARL M. BRACKMAN Suppressed Desire: To see Al in a crew cut. Favorite Pastime: My car. ll: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 3: Dance Committee 2: Baseball 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3: In- tramural Sports I, 2, 3. JAMES FRANKLIN BRIGGS Jimmy, jim Favorite Pastime: Eating four lunches. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Saving seats in the cafeteria. II: Day: College Home Room Manager 3: Baseball 1: Football 1, 2: Intramural Sports liz: 3. PAUL JONATHAN BRAHMS The Hook, Hooker Favorite Pastime: The going away parties, especially Mosher's. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Chatting with Di in homeroom. I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 2: Orange Shield 3: Ushers 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Debating Club 3: French Club 2, 3: International Club 2. HARVEY ALLAN BRAY Harv Favorite Pastime: Hunting. II: St. Clement's: College Football 2. Georgie Porgy pudding and pie, WILLIAM ALBERT BRODRICK Bill, Bugs Suppressed Desire: To fill the tunnels up with cement. Favorite Pastime: Wailin' away on my guitar. I: Taft: College Intramural Sports 1, 2: Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3: Music Club 3: Home Room Stock Boy 3. ANITA DIANE BROUILLETTE Favorite Pastime: Steve. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Batchelder's Human Relations Class. II: Bigelow: College Spring Musical 2: Archery 1: French Club 1: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: S.O.S. 1. EDWARD BARRY BROWN Eddie Suppressed Desire: To find a group of competent I-3's for Mrs. Lee. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The 1958 exchange to Nova Scotia. I: Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Civ- ics Committee 33 School Exchange 2: Newtonian 3: Dance Commit- tee 3: Intramural S orts 2, 3: French Club 2: Rilibe Club 2: Science Club 2, President 2: P.T.S.A. 3. ELEANOR STEPHANIE BROWN Ellie Favorite Pastime: Hunting for ads. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Performances with A Cappella Choir. I: Meadowbrook: College Legislature 1: Home Room Man- ager 2: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2: Senior Play 3: Dance Commit- tee 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. VALERIE ROSEMUND BROWN Val Favorite Pastime: Sewing, watch- ing T.V. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Meeting the girls. II: .Rogers, Newport: Business JOY D. BUBLL Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Dolan. II: Bigelow: College Civics Committee 3: Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Committee 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2, 3, Officer 3: Basketball 2: Field Hockey 3: Volley Ball 2: Intra- mural Sports 2: Outing Club 2, 3: junior Class Committee 2: S.O.S. 2, 3: Bowling 1: Lacrosse 2: Legislature Dance Committee 3. nt. D I . -t 1: ..kn:,,i:5:N I ? ry C:-351 . N., .fl ,M F i- R i, . -gy,- , SZJZ "'m'1 AK gg?-.-.5 1 Q nl 2' ' F 'f A K . . age. 2 5 H we... .. .- .. 5,11 se. - " --Zh r' -3+ -1. fx ' . JAMES EVERETT BURDICK, JR. jim Favorite Pastime: Room 233. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Senior play rehearsals with Mr. Spink. I: Warren: College Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2: Music Board 2: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 3: Drama Festival 3: Vespers 2: Track, Outdoor 2: Mu- sic Club 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2: Boys' Chorus 2: Madrigals 2: Newtones 2, 3. GERALD E. BURG Gerbu Suppressed Desire: To get my car for a date. I: Bigelow: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Civ- ics Committee 3: Newtonian 3, Photography Ed- itor: Baseball 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 2: Ring Commit- tee 2, 3. ALLYN BURMAN Gick, Vick Favorite Pastime: "The Peasants" and bombin' 'round in my white convertible. Fondest Memory of N. H. S: The wonderful friends I've made and Mr. Packard. II: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 1: Future Teachers Vice President 2, 3: Mu- sic Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Music Night I, 2. PUTNAM R. BURNS Suppressed Desire: To break 100 M.P.H. in the quarter mile. Favorite Pastime: Working on a certain car in the best odd hours. II: Weeks: College Baseball 1: Basketball 1: Football 1: Hunting and Fishing Club 2. Josism B. BUTLER JB. Suppressed Desire: To be a radio and T.V. technician. Fondest Memory of N. H. S: Coffee breaks in the shop. IIIA: Service EBECCA BUTTER Suppressed Desire: Not to be mis- taken for Diane Cabitt. Fondest Memory of N. H. S: Mr. Batchelder's Human Relations Class. I: Weeks: College Newtonian 3: Golf 1: Tennis 3: English Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers 1, 2, 3: Iatin Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1: Make-Up Club 1. 1 'W N Y . 1 x I, -W V D F XS V .... KATHLEEN PATRIQIAB " XM' 'if B ft L . X - t .. . ,,.:.., 3 ... .f': :ina-..:. f , . - -.-.s BYRNE B - B ' ' mb N- 1' v . Q H jj Qkxl X 4' x . ttlv Kathy, Bugsief N7 y- AWL V 5, r aa- 'g ., Fondest Memorv of N. HFS: ,QW Q XX That pink champagne at Saga-4913 ,cf is Vg " K i mofe, Q '- 3 ,ij K C N A " ET Changes I would like to see"a.t-Q xx 5 I 1 S N. H. S. in next 100 years: To.. .. " L 3' .xx , + make the trade school co-ed. " 3, ' x ' N 'I IV: Meadowbrook: College 1 j F L," K- , XSL., Tigerama Committee 1: Ushers 1: A 1' 1 sc ,HSD " Archery 3: Softball 1, 2: Outing Q? f Club 2, 3, Bowling Club 1, 2, 5. . . ,. ' :SIT-2?E?2i?'N' - DIANE ELAINE CABITT Suppressed Desire: Not to be mis- taken for Ann Butter. Fondest Memory of N. H. S: Mr. Dolan's home room. I: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2: Dance Committee 2, 3: Art Club 2: English Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 2: Future Teachers 2, 3: Latin Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1: Chorus 1. JOHN JosBPH CADY jack Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Fondest Memory of N. H. S: Shop Christmas party. IIIA: Meadowbrook: Service Football 1: Ice Hockey 3: Radio Club: A.A. SUSAN MAE CALLAHAN Q Ei Aw.. ,,k. .A I Favorite Pastime: Being an "Au- ::'l" ' . 'L burndale girl". 'W' Fondest Memory of N. H. S: g The football games, the people, and the fun. YQ II: Warten3College Civics Committee 2, 3: Tigerama e f'1 f'- Committee 1, 2, 3: Senior Play 1, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Ush- ers 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2: Orchesis 1: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Senior Class Committee: S.O.S. 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Legislature Dance Committee 1, 2. Kissed the girls and made them cry ALFRED J. CALNAN IV JAMES REYNOLDS CAMPBELL, JR. jim, Soupy Favorite Pastime: Wondering where Mr. Anderson gets his shirt cardboards. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A swinging arrangement of Beet- hoven's Fifth for Dance Band. I: Bigelow: College School Exchange 2: Newtonian 3: Ushers 2: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, President 3: Dance Band 2, 3. BARRY CANTER Suppressed Desire: An Eldorado convertible Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Some place to park a car within walk- ing distance. II: Meadowbrook: College Home Room Manager 1: Science Fair 1, 2: Track, Outdoor 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2. JANICE ANN CAPELLO MAKLA SUB LAFLAN Suppressed Desire: To see a "Cheshire" Cat holding hands with a "Tigerette." Favorite Pastime: The Saturday night affairs at the "Splinter Club." II: Weeks: College Legislature 1: Drama Club 3: French Club 2: Future Teachers 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 2: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: S.O.S. 1, 3: Student Council Ex- change 1. RITA JOAN CAPPELLO Agnes Favorite Pastime: Running through the tunnels with my shoe laces tied together. Fondest Memory of N. H. S: Halloween night of '57, IV: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 3: Rally Committee 3: Leader Corps 3: Softball 2: Outing Club 2. CATHERINE CARLETON Katy Favorite Pastime: Backseat driv- ing with Sue F. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Long- er iire drills. I: Warren: College Legislature 2: Civics Committee 2, 3: Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: English Club 2, 3: Music Club 2: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: S.O.S. 2: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Centenary Representative 3. " f ,, U ITH CASEY ii' V' l '15, I fy pprs e e getan A" d'est o of N. H. S: A i Mi' A i , 50 f I if . 5 -- 3957, MHZ 1 M s ou History class. 1 V il C ry UW l P Ia 1 I ff -ID' - 1- ot a in my junior year. Suppressed Desire: To get my pic- - 5- College ture taken for the yearbook. nt ational b 1: Spa ish IV: Warren: Business ' hi 3- Ce Comm' e 3, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Badminton A ff ax - I Q If 1, 2, 3: Softball 1, 2, 3: Volley I f I W Ball 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: ' . 1 Outing Club 3. My 'U C E V . U uppres Desir . ore of D. jfs swrn part v Favo e as A I : Riding around t J an .e kids. 1 When the boys came out to play, :D 7 :XXV S: 1 S' f f W C A LER ?"Wl"'7 t 1 VMI 'i..il1.wlS5fT"7'Hff's- - . . K4 ' Tabachandler Fav rite Pastime: Enjoying life, liberty, and the pursuit of hap- piness. Fondest Memory of N. H. S: 1444 at 9:30 P.M., rumbleseat at 10:00. I: Meadowbrook: College Legislature 1, 2, 3: Civics Com- mittee 3: Orange Shield 3: New- tonite 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Dance Committee 2: Debating Club 1, 2, Vice President 2: French Club Secretary 2, 3: International Club 1, 2, 3: Latin Club Secretary 1, 2: Library Club 2: Activities Board 3: A.F.S. Committee 3: Student Head of school assemblies 3. Donny, Irish U, Nil. gs VIRGINA ABBOTT CHASE Ginny, Chase Favorite Pastime: Seeing Newton win all their football games. Fondest Memory of N. H. S: The many, many howls, the sen- ior prom in my junior Year with Vinnie. II, Warren, College Civics Committee 3: Home Room Manager 1, Newtonite l, 2: Ti- gerama Committee 1, 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, 5, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3. , -t - A '2?g,..-:'!.--5,51 .'- ,r .1g:.g Emil'-." 1- ' U l' e. . i f ALLAN LOUIS CICCONE Alby Suppressed Desire: To go down the fire escape in Miss Hazard's room. Favorite Pastime: Coffee breaks during the school day. IV, Warren: Business Orange Shield 3. .ii X . si- -" ,i V41 M is Y 'fe ffflg 5-as --:wt . ,sr r I' DONALD FRANK CHESLEY Don Suppressed Desire: To be a good T.V. technician. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A bigger and better trade school. IHA, Warren, Business Radio Club 1, 2, Administrative Aids. JOSEPH CHARLES CINCOTTI Joe Favorite Pastime: Fooling around with my car. Fondest Memory of N. H. S: Trying to get a parking space in the morning. II, Day, College Vespers 2, Intramural Sports 2, Music Club 2, 3. Georgie Porgy ran away MICHAEL CHESSMAN Mike Favorite Pastime: Taking Mr. Silva's quizzes. Fondest Memory of N. H. S: Leaving the Lunch Room. Ig Weeks: College Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3, Me- teorology Club 2, 3: Chess Club 1, 2, 3. DONALD FRANCIS CLAF LIN Favorite Pastime: 36 Aspinwall Rd. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A certain girl at Boston State Teach- ers College teach the print shop for one day. IIIAg Day, Service Basketball 2, 3: Football 2, 35 Track Indoor 1, Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3, A.A. SHARON ANNE CLARK ewton Highlands Shorty, Clarkey Suppressed Desire: Wouldn't you like to know? Favorite Pastime: Fulfilling those suppressed desires. Ig Meadowbrook, College junior Red Cross Council 3: De- bating Club 2, 33 Drama Club 35 French Club 3: International Club 39 Music 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 3: Class Committee 1. WILLIAM BEAMISH CLARKE Bill, Clarkv Suppressed Desire: To be an all "A" student. Favorite Pastime: Having fun. IV: Warren, College Anti-Smoking Committee 2, In- tramural Sports l, 2, Aviation Club lg Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 35 Rifle Club 1. ,IAN LEE CLEMENT Suppressed Desire: To be happy and make others happy. Fondest Memory of N. H. S: All the wonderful kids and teach- ers who have helped me during my three years at N. H. S. Ig Warren, College Civics Committee 2, 3: Newtonian 35 Drama Board 3: Senior Play 3: Vespers 2, 3: Leader Corps 2, Dance Committee lg Ushers 1, 2: Drama Club 2, 3: International Club 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 33 Orchesis 1, 2: A Cappella Choir 2, 3g Girls' Chorus 1. :. "7sew5aa'ff'21i',-24 .. - L 451 iii?-'nf M . . .ina as L Q if at i 3 ag 3 I wr ,gy X,.,L .. ., , is ' -- ' '52 fi, Q1 2 ' 2:1 1 F251 -- 1 3 32532, 3, 13355 ., ., ga- ' we-i 1 iris' :rf 11 .1 - ... 1 as ' JOSEPHINE ISABEL CIALDEA Josie Suppressed Desire: To become : medical technician. Fondest Memory of N. H. S. The long lunch periods. II, Bigelow, College Leader Corps 1: Music Club 1, 2 BARRY STUART CLICKSTEIN Clickie, Click Jndest Memory of N. H. S: unning to Drill Shed during ow storm with gym clothes on. 5 Weeks5 College :gislature 1, 25 Newtonian 35 inior Red Cross Council 1, 25 nti-Smoking Committee 25 In- amural Sports l, 2, 35 Softball Aviation Club 15 Debating 25 :ience 15 Football Manager. 3 A R .SUM-ij t it f , Nth. ELAINE A. COCOTAS PATRICIA ANN COFFEY BETSY HARRIET COHEN Coco Pat, Patty Betz Favorite Pastime: Keeping the Fondest Memory of N. H. S: FHVOIQR? Pastimet Being with telephone lines busy between Co- My junior year. David. cotas and Marken. Changes I would like to see at F0ndCSt Memory of N. H. S: Fondest Memory of N. H. S: N. H. S. in next 100 years: A Arriyin at 7:29 A.M. to get a "O166." longer lunch period and shorter Parking Space. II5 Bigelow5 College school day. I5 Bigelow5 College National Honor Society 2, 35 Sen- IV5 Warren5 Business NCWIOFUHH 32 Drama Board li 25 ior Play 35 Rally Committee 2, Archery 1, 2, 3. Spring Musical 35 Vespers 1, 21 35 English Club 35 Outing Club 3. Leader Corps I, 2, 35 Ushers 2, ELAINE HELENA COHEN Laney Suppressed Desire: To travel around the world. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Better and larger lunchroorng more inter- state sports eventsg no fourth floor in Building I. 15 Meadowbrook5 College Newtonian 35 Tigerama Commit- tee 25 Archery 1, 2, 35 French Club 35 Art Club 35 Latin 25 35 Centenary Committee 3. FERN COH N Fernae Suppressed Desire: A class to beat our Centennial one. II5 Roxbury Memorial5 College Volley Ball5 Drama Clubg Outing Club. HAROLD JAY COHEN Hal Fondest Memory of N. H. S: The Peterson Thesis of American Humor. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More classrooms like 324. I5 Weeks5 College National Honor Society 2, 35 Leg- islature 1, 2, 35 Civics Committee 35 Orange Shield 35 School Ex- change 25 Newtonian 3, Circu- lation Editor5 Tigerama Commit- tee 1, 25 Drama Festival 25 Legis- lature Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, Chairman 35 Science Fair 1, 2, 35 Track, Indoor 1, 2, 35 Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Presi- dent 2, 35 Student Vice President of P.T.S.A. 35 President Mass. Federation of junior Classical Leagues. JUDITH HARRIET COHEN Judy Suppressed Desire: To be able to make decisions. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: No complaints! I5 Girls' Latin School5 College Orange Book 2, Editor5 Tennis 15 Debating Club 25 French Club 1, 25 Latin Club 1, 2. LINDA ELAINE COHEN Lin, Linny Favorite Pastime: Walking to class with a perpetual smile. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior year and the trip to New Hampshire with the "World's Worst Skiers." II5 Meadowbrook: College Civics Committee 35 Drama Board 25 Tigerama Committee 25 Rally Committee 35 Dance Committe 2, 35 Badminton 2, 35 Drama Club 2, Secretary: English Club 35 French Club 35 Future Teachers 35 Music Club 2, 35 Outing Club 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3. 35 Drama Club l, 2, 3, Repre- sentative 1, Treasurer 25 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Orchesis 1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Orchestra l, 2, 35 S.O.S. 2, 3. ,.. , T2- C . A A ff li MAXINE RUTH COHEN ewton Highlands Suppressed Desire: I never sup press my desires! On the contrary I love to sing about them! I5 Meadowbrook5 College Orange Book 25 Vespers 1, 2, 3 Drama Club 35 Music Club 1, 2 35 Orchesis 35 Tusitala 2, 3. The Cock doth crow to let you know, ln. 5 if 'fl 5-'liffiiii' ' T7 ' .Y fy, i - is RONNEY BARBARA COHEN ' Fondest Memory of N. H. S: The many teachers who called me up to the desk to find out my real name. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A modern low building with only 1 floor and a tremendous lunch- room. l: Meadowbrook: College Civics Committee 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2, 3: Rally Committee 2: Dance Committee 2, 3: Latin Club 1: Orchesis 1: Spanish Club: S.O.S. SUSAN SARA COHEN Sue Suppressed Desire: To be a teach- er and teach all the "angels." Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The unusual times in my sopho- more year and room 1206. l: Bigelow: College Newtonian 1: Tigerama Commit- tee 1: Rally Committee 2: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: English Club 35 French Club 2, 3: Future Teachers 3: Music Club 33 Orchesis 1. MICHAEL JOSEPH COLEMAN Mike Favorite Pastime: Wearing that cool red hat. Fondest Memory of N. H. S: Mr. Verdun's "favorite" D-block class. I: Meadowbrook: College Science Fair 2, 3: Football 1: In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 3: French Club 2: Rifle Club 2: Science Club 2. ANET BRENDA COLSON Jays Suppressed Desire: To make the United States, instead of the world, into a sphere. Then Seat- tle would be next to Boston!!! Favorite Pastime: Hacking with "The Hackers." I, II: Meadowbrook: College Tigerama Committee 3: Drama Festival 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Badminton 1: Chemistry Club 33 Music Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Music Niightl MARILYN iA. C NOLLY Suppressed Desire: I'll never tell. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Swim- ming pool and breaks between classes. IV: Day: College Home Room Manager 1: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 2: Archery 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 3: Outing Club 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. HUBERT Favorite Pastime: Goin' up the tank trails with the boys. Fondest Memory of N. H. S: R.H. II: Weeks: College Legislature 1, 2: Civics- Commit- tee 3: Finance Board 3: Home Room Manager 3: Orange Shield 3: Orange Book 1, 2: Newtonian 1: Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Football 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2: Rifle Club 1. H you be wise, his time to rllse. VIRGINIA ELIZABETH CONNOR 1 A " 2 f f ...... fl. AR MAE CONSTANT Cons 46 Suppressed Desire: To go to Florida with the kids in Decem- ber to see Ronni. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All Mae Bush's friends. I, II: Warren: College Rally Committee 2, 3: Future Teachers 3: Orchesis 1: Spanish Club 5. RICHARD ARTHUR CONSTANT Dick, Richie, Connie Suppressed Desire: To keep my mouth shut. Favorite Pastime: Doing the odd- est things at the oddest times. I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 1, 2: Mo- tion Picture Squad 2, 3: Mathe- matics Club 2, 35 Football Man- ager 1, 2, 3. CHARLES KENNETH CONOVER Chuc Suppressed Desire: To get a park- ing space in the morning after 7:45. Favorite Pastime: S-block lunch in my Junior year. IV: Day: Service .,.I i K? 5 L ROSEMARIE CONZO Rosie Favorite Pastime: Pizza at Tiano's, hanging around the Common. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Classes 1 never attended. IV5 Dayg Business Tigerama Committee 15 Rally Committee 1, 35 Music Club 35 Outing Club 35 Softball 1. ' ' ' ' FAITH BEVERLY COPELAN D Suppressed Desire: To be efficient. Favorite Pastime: Sketching and painting. I5 Bigelowg College Legislature 35 Newtonian 35 Ti- gerama Committee 1, 25 Senior Play, Pub. Chairman 35 Rally Committee 1, 25 junior Red Cross Council 1, 25 Dance Committee 25 Tennis 15 Cavalry Club 15 Mu- sic Club l, 25 Orchesis, Pub. Chairman 1, 2, 35 Studio 15 Girls' Chorus 15Centenary Committee 3. JOAN FLORENCE COOPER jo nie Su ressed De te: To be success- n my ch en field. orite Pa me: Writing to my o g Mari Business Or ge d 2, 35 Leader Corps Pri fx I 'IV , rr- 5 I "xx I 1, 24 Ba tball 1 2 3- Field I X. x lk ' 1 Ho key 2 3 Softball ll, 2, 3. 1 l ROBER ALAN COPAN ats, ope Suppressed Desire: To make a million dollars by 1960. Favorite Pastime: Having fights with Mr. Boulter. IIIA5 Dayg Business A.A. Hey diddle diddle, the cat and the flkldle, 1 all l . l 1 1. ri M- l Y . l l PHILIP MICHAEL CORSI Phil Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The period before last period study. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: New elm trees on Elm Road. I5 Weeksg College National Honor Society 2, 35 Civ- ics Committee 35 Home Room Manager 25 Orange Shield 35 Ush- ers 15 Latin Club 35 Science Club 2. , X DIANA CA C L I 'l . , Diane t Favorite P t1 lue and white s I o VK conve Aible, . ' f . l' e to see at - . S.QflFvn t-100 yearsn df let FBCILICMIOOPQGIS. 1.. bk, II5 I dqwb16Ok5 C lege L11 V y laturf 5 Civ o lttfeij' 35 1 xeQ!3lvp- Co 531152512 Co ui? , 3,. - c ap 1,5 1 al ommittee 1, 2, Che Lea ers 35 Dance Committee 1, 2, 35 Ushers 15 Softball 15 Intramural Sports 15 Music Club 1, 2, 34 Orchesis 1, 2, 31 Outing Club 1, 2, 31 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 S.O.S. 25 Class Ring Committee 2, 35 Music Night 1, 2. CAROL ANN COSTELLO Favorite Pastime: Cheering at the football games. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Fire drills in Building One. IV: Dayg Business DEENA VICTORIA COTY Suppressed Desire: To take my place in the Hall of Fame beside Miss Miles and Mr. Schultz. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: The elimination of this question from the Newtonian. I5 Day5 College French Club 2, 35 Latin Club 15 Studio 1, 2, 3. DAVID SAMUEL COVITZ Dave, Roscoe Favorite Pastime: Standing on the corner watching all the girls go by. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Pen- sion for the teachers who have been at N. H. S. for the first 100 years. I5 Weeks5 College Legislature 1, 2, 35 Anti-Smoking Committee 25 Motion Picture Squad 15 Camera Club 15 Inter- national Club 35 Library Club 25 Mathematics Club 2, 35 Football Manager 1. ROBERT DOUGLAS CRAIG Bobby Suppressed Desire: To become a recording star. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: New- ton Plan replaced by the good old fashioned classroom. I5 Warreng College National Honor Society 2, 35 Home Room Manager 25 Tiger- ama Committee 1, 25 Dance Com- B. va-. sw. I. . 5311.1 SEE? I we it r 3 f , in ' -'i 3? "J ' , ,gf . . , ra: UDY CREWS Susie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Al Smith's second, belated cam- paign of '58. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Spot- lights for 114444 at 9:30 P.M. Ig Meadowbrookg College Legislature 1: Newtonite 2, 3, Stage Crew 35 Archery 13 Music Club 1, 2, 35 P.T.S.A. Commit- tee 1. JOYCE LINDA CRIPPS Favorite Pastime: Trying to beat my curfew. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Judi's P.J. partyg Carlos. II, Dayg College Newtonite 3: Rally Committee lg Outing Club lg S.O.S. 2, 3. NEIL JOSEPH CRONIN Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: I never sup- press my desiresg it leads to frus- tration! Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A place for everything and every- thing in its place!! II: Weeksg College Newtonian 3: Senior Play 2, 35 Spring Musical 15 Drama Festival 2: Stage Crew 1, 2, 35 Track, Indoor Ig Art Studio 1, 2, 35 Sophomore Dance 2g Legislature Dances 2. JOHN c. cnos Cros Suppressed Desire: Owning a pipeline to Carlings. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Class attendance not required. Ilg Day: College Track, Outdoor 2, 39 Hunting and Fishing Club 3. JOHN FRANKLIN CROSBY Bones. c Suppresed 'DEsii'e:"To become a freshman at Lasell Junior College. Favorite Pastime: Bombin' around with stumPY, bugsy, and the girl-zz. I, Il: Warren: College Spring Musical 1, 2: Baseball 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4: Aviation Club 43 Wrestling lg Weight Lifting 1: Marching Band 1, 25 Concert Band 2, Music Fes- tival 1. LOUISE DIANE CROSBY Suppressed Desire: To have long, blond, curly hair. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My three last period studies in my Senior year. Ig Meadowbrookg College Newtonian 25 Tigerama Commit- tee 2g Senior Play 33 Ushers 1: Archery 2, 33 Cavalry Club 1, 2, 3g International Club 25 Latin Club 1, 23 Music Club 3: Outing SI-A MARY ALLEN CROSBY Favorite Pastime: Looking for time and then wasting it. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: That last step up to the fourth floor. Ig Girls' Latin, College Home Room Manager 33 Basket- ball 3: Field Hockey 35 Intramur- al Sports 3. DENISE VIRGINIA CROSETTE Suppressed Desire To have an- other summer like.'57. II Warren College Oiange Shield 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 25 Tennis 2g Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3. JOANNE CUNNIFF 'T-CJ CL' bm-:J Suppressed Desire: To see the principal. IQ 4 ,Q 1- Changes I would like to see at i - I VS '16 N. H. S. in next 100 years: More Laa- teachers like Mrs. Wells. 63'V'n np' IVg Day: Business N.-px Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Dance - 'O Committee 3: Tennis 3: Outing QVXUQ, f Club 3. ko GERALDINE ANN CUNNINGHAM , Gerry Suppressed Desire: To drive my father's car, alone!! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: June 17, 19575 Fridays with Brenda: the key to 1332. II, IV: Sacred Heart: College Rally Committee 2. T716 cow jumped over the moon, Marsh, Sunshine GEN YA CURRE Suppressed Desire: To drive a quiet car. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Fewer applicants to the same colleges. I, Warren, College Civics Committee 2, 3, Home Room Manager 2, 3: Orange Shield 2, Newtonian 3, Tigerama Committee 2, 3, Secretary 3, Ves- pers 1, 2, 3, Leader Corps 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, International Club 2, 3, Latin Club l, 2, 3. MARCIA JANE CURRY Nate Suppressed Desire: To meet that certain someone. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Ringing ofthe 2:45 bell. IV, Weeks, Business Home Room Manager 1, Tiger- ama Committee 1, 2, Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, Tennis l, 2, Home Economics Club 1, 2, Out- ing Club 1. NATHAN EMERSON CUSTER Suppressed Desire: To live long enough to see Bob Craig's R. 'n R. group appear on American Band- stand. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Tun- nels without puddles, a third-floor assa ewa to the trade school P g V I wing of Building II. I, Day, Collece Motion Picture Squad 1, Football 2, Meteorology Club 1. FRANCIS WELLINGTON DAHL Fran Suppressed Desire: To "rise above it". Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More basket weaving courses. II, Day, College Orange Shield 2, Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, Aviation Club 2, 3, Camera Club 2, 3. The little dog laughed to see such sport, 11207 'AJS l" 'E' .I l'9 'W. WV PAUL EDWARD DALY Suppressed Desire: To see more classes like the Century Class. Favorite Pastime: Staying in the corridors. I, Warren, College Civics Committee 3, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee 3, Ushers 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, As- sociates Council Representative 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Cen- tenary Committee 3. STEVEN MILTON DANGEL Steve Suppressed Desire: To forecast the weather accurately. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My daily "hike" to 1444. I, Warren, College Camera Club 2, 35 Meterology Club 2, 3, Marching Band 1, Con- cert Band 1. ELAINE GRACE DANGELO Suppressed Desire: To sleep as long as I want, whenever I want. Favorite Pastime: A marine. IV, Day, Business Basketball 3, Outing Club 3. JOHN PETER DANIELE Bumper Suppresed Desire: To walk up the stairs in my blue suede knickers. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Day we hung Shakespeare ,in Mr. Nye's class. IIIA, Weeks, Service NANCY CAROL DANIELS Nance, Nan Favorite Pastime: Attending the Lesley mixers. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Newton - Brookline football games. II, Warren, College French Club 1, Music Club 2, P.T.S.A. GEOFFREY ALAN DAVIDSON Geoff Favorite Pastime: People. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: junior and Senior years. I, Day, College- Dance Committee 2, Ushers 2, Baseball 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, International Club 3, Rifle Club 1, Class Committee 1, 2, 3, Centenary Committee 3. JUDITH REID DEAN Judy Suppressed Desire: To meet as many nice people in college as I have in high school. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The spirit, the football games QEverett7g the parties. Ig Weeks: College Civics Committee 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: Newtonite lg Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3, Sub Chairman 1, 2, 35 Rally Committee 1, 2, 31 Leader Corps 2, 3: Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports lg Music Club 2, 35 Orchesis 1, 2' Fxf-sm i 332' i i as ,. . 9 ,QW - f . i 1 . I RAMAN FREDRICK D 15.'Ray Suppressed Desire: Only she knows. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The times we drove Mr. Card crazy in 2103. II: Meadowbrook, Service RONALD JOSEPH DEAN Ron, Ronnie Suppressecl Desire: To see Mr. Ferguson of Building I late for School. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year and Rifle Club. IVg Bigelow, Business Vespers 1, 2, 35 Music Club 2, 3g Rifle Club 2, 3. KATHERINE N NARD Kay Suppressed Desire: To talk like a Yankee. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day we swam to Everett. Ig Waco High School, Texas: Col- lege Orange Shield 3: Music Club 3g Outing Club 3g Girls' Chorus 3. And the dish ran away with the spoon. 'I LR liNs l - .,.-5:i1J,:i--vrg, ,-Eb, , ,lfkg - -., . ,. .. Nw., , A. . W e 4 ta .:- amz -- .i- ,. X- . , XNIF 'V-5 ,,3wQ::a.:.:zs.-.ga-i'q1..a,:fu::.z::r:,:-, 1 N '. .a-a--aw .Mem A'A.'. . , 33? M, -2 Wi, I .K 5 fy? X if S 5 i W s r Avi , E J 'A fiw i-- -3 3 f .. :Z 5 ,,+ K a Q1 1 xr I if 4 K is rig? Q 3 .,,- W K JAMES THOMAS Favorite DeDOMING Tom Pastime: Talking to K.G. after school. My junior year in shop with Gleason, Donahue, Harry, and Nutting. IIIAQ Weeksg College ANNE LOUISE DENTY Suppressed Desire: To make something of myself. Favorite Pastime: Being with a certain boy. IV, Warren: College Civics Committee 1, 2: Home Room Manager lg Orange Shield 1, 25 Orange Book lg Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Tennis 1, 2. CAROLE M. de RENSIS Favorite Pastime: oc 'n' Rollg talking on the telephone. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All my English teachers. Ig Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 3: Tiger- ama Committee 29 Rally Commit- tee 2: Stage Crew 25 Drama Club 33 Latin Club 1, 2: Orchesis 1, 2. JOHN SE ING DERR Tex J., Suppressed Desire: To buy a motorcycle and a black jacket. Favorite Pastime: Making scooter trips on "oHicial" A.F.S. business. Ig Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Leg- islature 3g Home Room Manager lg School Exchange 25 Spring Mu- sical l, 35 Vespers 2, 35 Stage Crew 2, 39 Aviation Club 1, 2, French Club 33 International Club 3: Mathematics Club 1, 35 Music Club 2, 35 Radio Club lg Rifle Club 1, 2, 3: Activities Board Chairman 33 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: A.F.S. Committee 3: North- eastern Music Festival 1: District Concert 3, All-State Chorus 3. MARY ELLEN DeSTEFANO DeStef Suppressed Desire: To forever "Swing out!" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The MANY, MANY howls!! II, Warreng College Legislature 3: Civics Board 33 Civics Committe, Secretary 3: Ex- ecutive Committee 3g Orange Shield 33 Newtonian 33 Newtonite 1, 2: Tigerama Committee I, 2, 3g Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Dance Committee I, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 23 Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Vice President of Associates 33 Class Committee 23 P.T.S.A. 1, 2, Board of Directors 3. LY 5.1 7. .Vi ..... . , DONNA MARIE DeGEORGE Suppressed Desire: Never to have any desires. Favorite Pastime: Pizza at Tiano's. IV: Day, Business Tennis 3: Archery 33 Cavalry Club 33 Outing Club 3. TEV 'Q-,Q Q --jfifiiff? .Mm ,f as .. - ...rf -- -K M Ex E-:ur-V -, . -. .- . ..,-gig I - e xt ,, .,,: ..... i .. : - X as - X X 'X uv e .1-'A Q. i.- I l .,e. - , 1' I I . ,I V 4 ., , ' I ' ' J ' ..l ' ALAN DEUTSCH Doosh Suppressed Desire: To have one of my teachers pronounce my name right. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Walking to classes with Deanna. ll: Bigelow: College Civics Committee 2: Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 2: Leader Corps 1, 2: Anti-Smoking Committee 1, 2, 3. -qp L .. , ,I ll v M Y'- . -1' ' F J 'J' A .lfrqlf WV 'Nha B .Ulu U-lr' I . :L . ay. u C." 1 1 .2- , My V , , Ay: If ry A" " kv A rv 1 . ? l . i 1 ul' X., J' L1 . LJ ri J , I I l ily: JA f h nf , V , , 'gg .4 .N ff ' -pg -- N faitjei I .ya I, 1 tx JOEL N. DIAMOND joe Suppressed Desire: No can tell. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Taller bubblers. ll: Day: College MARILYNNE JOAN DILLON Favorite Pastime: Dancing. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My homeroom with Mr. Packard. IV: Meadowbrook: Business Senior Play 1: Softball 1, 2, 39 S.O.S. 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1. VERA FRANCES DiLUZIO Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Packard's sophomore home- room. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: N. H. S. still standing. II: Bigelow: College Legislature 2, 3: Rally Committee 3: Music Club 1, 3: After School Sports 1, 2, 3. MAUREEN JOANNE DiNAPOLI Favorite Pastime: All the home- work I never quite got to. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sophomore homeroom with Mr. Packard: all the swell kids I've met. I: Weeks: College Music Club 1, 2, 3: Senior Class Committee 3: Sophomore Girls' Chorus 1: Tigerama Hostess 3. ROBERT D'INNOCENZO Bob Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being able to take home the best girl in Newton High. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Wait- resses in the lunch room. IIIB: Bigelow: Business Intramural Sports. - -1,.-..--..I.-z-:set-ggwzf. ' ' fn' ..f...f,, .lf -- we-W -X : .V : 11. waz:-v:a::e4 Z'g H. . ' , ' ' .. -, H r -2:1'x.,:. stay: .. , ,ag s . W' -N a gy CARMELA FRANCES DiBENEDETTO Fran Favorite Pastime: Inviting Bed- ford Air Base to Tigerama. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: When the chairs were thrown out of the window in 335. II: Day: College Rally Committee 2, 3. KATHERINE ANGELINA DiRICO Kathy Suppressed Desire: To work in a store or ollice. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Eating first and last lunch. IIIB: Day: Business Tennis. 'x BERNADETTE ANN ' RLO Bernie Favorite Pastime: Bob and the '32 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Friday, May 30, 1958: the key to 1332. IV: Weeks: College Home Room Manager I: Tiger- ama Committee 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 1, 2, 33. Outing Club 3: Class Com- mittee 3: Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3. FREDERIC STEVEN DOCTOROFF Doc Suppressed Desire: To conquer Mt. Washington in mid-winter. Favorite Pastime: Waiting to graduate from Newton High. II: Jr. High West, Arlington: Col- lege Orange Book 2: Ushers 2: Bas- ketball I. Simple Simon met a pleman, Hilmlll Yogi ni' 1 Ar' .af...,. is a 5. Efgakg E 3 3 w X .g4 K Q1 NANCY DOHERTY Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The tennis shorts I made for Mr. Packard and the lesson he never had. I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 3: Orange Shield 2: Senior Play 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Badminton 1, 2, 3: Softball 2, 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Lacrosse 1, 2, 3: Fencing 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Rifle Club 2. PATRICIA ANNE DOHERTY Pat Suppressed Desire: Only M.S. knows???. Favorite Pastime: Talking with "Bird brain" and "Sissie." II: Day: College Home Room Manager 1, 2: Spring Musical I, 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 3. MARY LOU DOLBIER Lou Suppressed Desire: Not to be called Mary. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Packard's Sophomore Home Room. I: Bigelow: College Rally Committee 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Archery 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2: Outing Club 3: Spanish Club 3. PATRICIA DEBORAH HUE Pat Suppressed Desire: To run down Newton's halls when I'm 80. Favorite Pastime: Watching in the halls for that someone. I: Warren: College Newtonite 2, 3, Exchange and Publicity Editor: Basketball 1, 2: Tusitala 2, 3. MARGARET ANN DONNELLY Peggy Suppressed Desire: Only johnny knows. Favorite Pastime: Simonizing eye- balls. II: Bigelow: College Spring Musical 1, 2: Archery 33 Music Club 1, 2: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: S.O.S. 3. . . f.. Jgaii g-.,,gi.-l.ltl..y,qq,4,,,yQi-Qf JAMES GROVER DONOVAN jim Suppressed Desire: To have a desk job with many young secretaries. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day I graduated. II: Day: College Spring Musical 2: Ushers 2. C0lTlg to the fall JOEL DORFMAN Dorf Suppressed Desire: To actually hear Mr. Bailey say that the whole world ir wrong. Favorite Pastime: Homework! I just love that homework! I: Tabor Academy: College Tigerama Committee 2: Drama Festival 3: Debating Club 1: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Tusitala 2. 5's5?1ei'iX iv 2 . WILLIAM ANTHONY DOUGHERTY Suppressed Desire: To have "Four Freshman" records piped through N. H. S. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: To make St. Patrick's Day a legal holiday. II: Our I.ady's: College Orange Shield 3: Music Board 3,' Tigerama Commitee 3: Boys' Ath- letic Board 3: Rally Committee 3: Anti-Smoking Committee 3: Dance Committee 3: Golf 3: Track, Outdoor 3: Badminton 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 3. DAVID STONE DOW QVC Favorite Pastime: Going out with I..M. Fondest Memory of N. I-I. S.: Exchange trip to Nova Scotia. I: Weeks: College Civics Committee 2, 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: School Exchange 2: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Dance Committee 1, 2: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2: Rifle Club 2: Class Committee '7 2 STEPHANIE DOSWELL Stephie Favorite Pastime: Being with Bob: being an "Auburndale girl." Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The many, many howls! II: Warren: College Home Room Manager 1, 2: Ti- gerama Committee 1, 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 1: Anti-Smoking Committee 1, 2: Dance Committee 3: Library Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Tri-Hi- Y 1, 2, 3. e as . Q ,XX XS' KX i ml KEN OWNING en Suppressed Desire: To manage the chess team. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 1957-58 Hockey team trip to Dartmouth. Il, Warren, College Legislature 3, Home Room Man- ager 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 2, Vespers 2, Anti-Smoking Committee 2, Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, Intramural NEIL WILLIAM DRISCOLL Suppressed Desire: To have an Orange Shield post in the girls' locker room. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Listening to the hypercritical re- marks of Mr. Goldman and Mr. Knapman. I, Weeks, College National Honor Society 2, 3, Leg- islature 1, 2, 3, Civics Board 3, Civics Committee 3, Orange Shield 3, Tigerama Committee 2, Dance Committee 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 31 Intra- mural Sports 2' Sports 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2. JANET ANGELA DOYLE 1.13. Suppressed Desire: To pass be- tween classes by myself. Favorite Pastime: Looking for Em. I, Warren, College Home Room Manager 1, Music Club 2, Orchesis 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, WILLIAM JOSEPH DOYLE Bill Favorite Pastime: Weekend par- ties with the gang. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Great Century Class. I, Bigelow, College Civics Committee 1, Orange Shield 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Tiger- ama Committee 1, 2, Senior Play 3, Anti-Smoking Committee 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, Aviation Club 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Science Club 2, 3, Senior Class President, Chairman of the junior Prom, Class Committee 1, 2, 3, A.F.S. Committee 1, 2, Sophomore Dance Committee, Centenary Committee 3, P.T.S.A. 1, 2, 3. Said Simple Slrnon to the pieman, RICHARD PAUL DUNLEAVY Dum-Dum Suppressed Desire: To have the last laugh. Favorite Pastime: Trying not to work unless I have to. IIIA, Warren, Service ROBERT WARNER DURBANO Bob Suppressed Desire: To be visited by the Millionaire. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A girls' football team. IV, Warren, Service Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, NANCY HARVEY DUTTON Nance, Dut Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Green Pastures," 1958, The Cen- tury Class. Changes I would like to see at N. I-I. S. in next 100 years: One- thousand fewer kids. II, Weeks, College Legislature 1, 3, Civics Commit- tee 2, Newtonian 3, Senior Play 3, Drama Festival 2, Rally Com- mittee 2, 3, Vespers 2, Dance Committee 1, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Latin Club 2, Music Club 1, 2, 3. KATHARINE MERIAM DYN ES Suppressed Desire: A date with Mr. Sobol. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Dr. Peltier's history class. I, Warren, College Civics Committee 3, Orange Book 2, 3, Class Committee 1, 3, Ti- gerama Committee 1, 2, Senior Play 3, Chairman, Drama Festi- val 2, Rally Committee l, 2, 3, junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, President 3, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee l, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, Tennis I, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3. LEON ELSON Lee, Leo Suppressed Desire: To see a drill team made up of kids who are in the reserves at N. H. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mrs. Ford's math classes and the old S-block lunches that have passed away. II, College Home Room Manager 1, Tiger- ama Committee 1, 2, 3, Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Cavalry Club 2, Library Club 1, 2, Meteorology Club 1, 2, Rifle Club 2, 3. DEB RAH EMERSON Deb ie Suppressed Desire: To see an- other class as full of spirit as ours. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Football games, three great years, Ren. I, Warren, College Orange Shield 3, Tigerama Com- mittee 2, 3, Spring Musical 1, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Ushers 3, Orchesis 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Majorette 2, Head 3, S.O.S. 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, Mixed Cho- rne 2 0 '31- fi X, ' I, X ai.: -G A. -I "'D nt ' .ML ff Q 1 BARBARA ANN ENGLISH Barb Favorite Pastime: Being with Marty. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being in Mr. Leigh's classes in my junior year. IV: Warren: Business Swimming 3. GRACE EVELYN ERLANSON Ev, Evie Suppressed Desire: To help peo- ple physically and spiritually. Favorite Pastime: Running from one building to another. II: Warren: College Stage Crew 25 French Club 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3. BARBARA JOYCE ESKOT Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 1957 Newton - Waltham football game. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in the next 100 years: Swimming pool. I, II: Warren: College Rally Committee 2, 3, Golf 33 French Club 2, 39 Future Teach- ers 33 Orchesis 1. PETER HALL ESTABROOKS Pete Suppressed Desire: To find a park- ing space near the school. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Batchelder's U. S. History class. Il: Berlin, N. H., College Tigerama Committee 3: Anti- Smoking Committee 3: Basketball 3: Golf 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Personality Club 35 A.F.S. Rep- resentative 2. KARE EVANS H 1- Katvrjgiiiviasksv 1 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My mad crush on D.L. Changes 'I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Pine- scented frogs in the biology labs. II: Warren: College Anti-Smoking Committee 3: Bas- ketball 35 Field Hockey 3: Out- ing Club 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Senior Class Committee 3. MA ANN EVANS Marty, Marby, Twin Suppressed Desire: To own a '49 blue Ford convertible. Favorite Pastime: Bombin' around with B.H. in the red Plymouth. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The vacations and football games. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Coke machines in the cafeteria. II: Warren, College Basketball 3: Softball 33 Girls' Chorus 15 A Cappella Choir 1. LOUIS FRANCIS FACCHETTI Lou Favorite Pastime: Sports and cars. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The great home rooms I had in my Sophomore, junior, and Senior years. II: Meadowbrook: College Orange Shield 39 Tigerama Com- mittee 3: Anti-Smoking Commit- tee 1: Dance Committee 1: Bas- ketball lg Football 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Centenary Com- mittee 3. ROY ALAN FAIRWEATHER Stormy Suppressed Desire: To find a cig- arette that will stunt my growth. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: To see Sophomores carry the Seniors' books. II: Warren: College Spring Musical 1: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Anti-Smoking Committee 35 Dance Committee 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 35 Mu- sic Club 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Music Night. DIANE CHARLOT E FAY Di, Fazie Suppressed Desire: To spend one night in a Western jailhouse. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Century Class and all the fun we've had. II: Dayg College Civics Committee 3: Executive Committee 1, 2, 3g Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 3: Mu- sic Board 2g Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 33 Spring Musical 1: Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Vespers 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, Caval- ry Club 15 French Club 3' JEANNE MARIE FEELEY Feeley Suppressed Desire: To see my sis- ter graduate from Bridgewater State Teachers College. Favorite Pastime: Freddie and Orlo. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Lunch at S-block. Changes I woulld like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Build- ing I rebuilt. IIIB, Meadowbrook: Service Home Room Manager lg Softball 1, 25 Intramural Sports 1, 2. Tet me taste your ware. '7 LESLIE FEINGOLD Les Suppressed Desire: To burn my class notes. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. IAsker's Theory I class. II, Bigelow, College Future Teachers lg Music Club 2, Outing Club 1. MICHAEL STEPHEN FELDMAN Favorite Pastime: B.F'n. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Ab- solutely none. Ig Bigelow, College Civics Committee 33 Home Room Manager 1, 29 Newtonite 1, 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 25 Senior Play 33 Drama Festival 33 Dance Committee 2, 33 Golf 3, Tennis lg Intramural Sports 1, 2: Debat- ing Club 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 3: English Club 2, 3: French Club 33 International Club 33 Latin Club 1, 2, 33 Music Club l, 2, 33 Dance Band 2, 35 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, JOEL ROBERT FELDSTEIN Jack Favorite Pastime: Passing to classes. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Dr. Navez's Physiology class. Ig Bigelow, College Newtonian 35 Tigerama Commit- tee 35 Vespers 1, 2, 3: Ushers lg Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Debat- ing Club 3g English Club 1: Latin Club 1, 2: Science Club 3, Cen- tenary Committee 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. BILL JOH Billy Favorite Pastime 104 Fairway Drive Fondest Memory of N H S Mr Spink and his Blue Card Cam paign ll Our Ladys College Orange Shield 2 3 Anti Smok mg Committee 1 2 3 Science Fair 1, 2, Outdoor Track 3, Intra mural Sports 1, 2, 3, Aviation Club 2, 3 3. I ,LsT5.1EfiiY7 Sv' s : .6 .f . :fr-il: f t: gf It Q News I LY Oh, where, oh, where has my llttle dog gone? TF' 3' fs tri 9 fwfgiiw ANTHONY FERRANTE, JR. Tony Favorite Pastime: Eating my lunch in Smythe's Tub. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Some heat in the drill shed. Ilg Meadowbrook, College Aviation Club 2: Cavalry Club lg Hunting and Fishing Club 39 Radio Club 25 Rifle Club 1, 2, 3. HENRY JEAN FERRICK Fe , errick, Henri Favorite Pastime: Eating and sleeping. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Blue cards abolished. II, Warren: College Tennis 2, 3, Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 3. ARTHUR STEVEN FINE Artie Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Cable car to transport students. Ig Weeks, College Intramural Sports 33 Radio Club 3, Band 2, 3. STEPHEN ALAN FINE Steve Favorite Pastime: Anticipating school vacations. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: One guidance counselor per hundred students. Ig Day, College Intramural Sports 1, 2, Meteor- ology Club 2, 3. EDWARD MARTIN FINEBERG , die Suppressed Desire: To find out what day of the week it is. Favorite Pastime: Not studying when I ought to. lg Weeks, College National Honor Society 2, 3: Home Room Manager 1: Vespers 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, Me- teorology Club 2, 3g Music Club 2, Chess Club 2, 3, President 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3. ALAN FINKELSTEIN 108 Adena Rd., West Newton Fink Suppressed Desire: To graduate with 243 credits. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The potato chips in the cafeteria. Ilg Day, College Home Room Manager 1: Vespers 1, 2g Stage Crew 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: French Club 1. Ki- A l lj . y , ,Zu , lx rl ff M ' J 'r 3, '2 I Q C. l flrgxv rf' 1 - i'lfllil I fi Debbie ! W 3 me " 1 . A X '- L.. . , I sf fini 1 RUTH MARILYN FISH Ruthie, Rufus Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Malone's Biology Class. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Sen- iors excused from A-block study. II5 Meadowbrook5 College Tigerama Committee 2, 33 Rally Committee 35 Junior Red Cross Council 2, 39 Dance Committee 39 Science Fair 25 Art Club 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers 2, 35 Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 3g Make-up Committee 2. STEPHEN OWEN F LEISCHER teve Suppressed Desire: To get good grades, I have been suppressing this for 3 years. I, II5 Weeltsg College Cavalry Club 1, 2, 35 Science Club 3. ww STEPHEN ARTHUR FISHER Fish Suppressed Desire: To go around the world. II5 Weeksg College Orange Shield5 Tigerama Com- mittee. WILLIAM JOHN FLEMING Jack Favorite Pastime: M.B. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "The door." Il, Weeksg College Legislature 25 Orange Shield 2, 33 Boys' Athletic Board 1, 25 Anti- Smoking Committee 2, 35 Dance Committee 25 Basketball 15 Ice Hockey 2, 3. Oh, where, oh, where can he be? KENNETH FRANCIS FLANAGAN West Newton Ken Favorite Pastime: Doing anything that isn'r homework. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Green Pastures." I5 Warren5 College Drama Festival 25 Drama Club 2, 3. DEBORAH J. FLETCHER Suppressed Desire: To make friends of all my acquaintances. Favorite Pastime: A certain C.H.L.S. Senior. II5 Weeks, College Tigerama Committeeg Rally Com- mittee, Dance Committeeg Field Hockeyg Archeryg Drama Clubg Music Clubg Orchesisg Outing Club. MARLYN FLYNN Lynn Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: the swell teachers. II5 Dayg College Legislature 1, 35 Home Room Manager 15 Newtonian 15 Rally Committee 25 Intramural Sports 1, 25 Cavalry Club 15 Outing Club 15 S.O.S. 2. JANINA HELENA FOLEY Nina Suppressed Desire: To keep that "date" with Joanne. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The rainy Saturday the girls played football at Everett. I5 Weeksg College Legislature 25 Home Room Man- ager 35 Rally Committee 2, 3g Dance Committee 25 International Club 15 Music Club 2, 35 Outing Club 1. ALLAN REED -FOLSOM Al Favorite Pastime: Drag racing. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Trying to understand Miss South-. I5 Warreng College Vespers 1, 2. BARBARA RUTH FLEISCHER Barbi Suppressed Desire: To finish something at least a few hours before I have to. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Drama Festival 1957. I5 Bigelowg College National Honor Society 2, 3g Orange Shield 33 Newtonian 3E Senior Play 35 Drama Festival lg P.T.S.A. Program Planning Com- mittee 25 Class Committee 15 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 33 Drama Club 1, 2, 35 Orchesis 1, 2, 3 Vice President 2, President 5. E Judy, Judes A. is 8 '31 1 Kai , 43 r' -are !,. , ,X -tm 'T' "" " 1 if t . Q' X lf' l X I ai DAVID FONTANO GLENN BERTRAM FORMAN Boom, Disease, the Animal Glenn Suppressed Desire: To stay off detention for more than a month. Favorite Pastime: My 10 o'c1ock coffee break. IIIA: Day: Business Football 1, 2. "..'?' 1 l wt Suppressed Desire: To see Mr. Spink stutter. Fondest Memory of N. H. S. Fighting for parking spaces. II: Brighton: College Ice Hockey 3: Intramural Sports 2. JUDITH LINDA FOX Suppressed Desire: To gotmand- ize without expansion. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Con- liscation of the fourth floor of Building I. Ig Weeks: College Home Room Manager 2: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2: Dance Committee 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Art Club 2: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Ehglish Club 2, 3: French Club 2, 5: Future Teachers 2, 3: Music Club 1: Outing Club 1. PRISCILLA LYNN FOX Pris Suppressed Desire: That someday someone will say, "Pris, please eat, you're too thin!" Favorite Pastime: All nite chats with Nancy. I: Bigelow: College Rally Committee 1, 2: English Club 3: French Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2: Girls' Chorus 1: Class Committee 2. STEVEN MARTIN FRAMER Steve V Suppressed Desire: To get all "A's." Favorite Pastime: Girls, girls, and more girls. II: Warren: College Legislature 3: Home Room Man- ager 2: Orange Shield 2, 3: New- tonian 2: Newtonite 1: Tigerama Committee 2: Anti-Smoking Com- mittee 2, 3: Science Fair 2: Foot- ball 1. SUSAN LEE FRANK Dwarf Suppressed Desire: To have a hve day weekend, and a two-day week. Favorite Pastime: ' . YV: Weeks: College , :q,0'G01f 3- Tennis 5- Arche 3- Cav- 1 1 ry 7 alry Club 3: S.O.S. 1. f K 1 CYNTHIA ANN FOWLER Cindy Fondest Memory of N. I-I. S.: The aftermath of a football game. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: It will never change, so let's make hay while the sun shines! II: Lawrence: College Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 3: Rally Committee 3: Anti-Smoking Committee 3: Bas- ketball 3: Tennis 3: Softball 3. KARIN LOUELLA FRANSEEN Supp esse esirez To have my name spelled and pronounced cot- rectly. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The faculty: Chemistry Club picnic 1958. I: Beaver Country Day: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Leader Corps 2: Field Hockey 2: Chemistry Club, Secretary 2: Mu- sic Club 1, 2, 3: Rifle Club 1, 3: Secretary 3. , 1 I,g.e,, , 1 nh- 2 K ' . P 4 J CBJ-' N r Q' N021 . mwwgn-ii -gg, iff -l . 3 if 40? eg' R j , S ex , ,af Sup ressedltoii: T sgdofary Ellen in orange nrfigaac : to be on tim . V , 'I . II:W , ollege ' ,lg-A Legislatire 4? jiaqige 1 '29 Orangi Shi cl qi I tainigv Tigeram -Rqirii 2 3: Ra! "' Committl 21' hlq' An' Orange Salps Plprige Corp ' J 1, 2: Uslqg , : Fencin ' -' sic Club , 2, 3: Orchesis 1 .2: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Spa Club 3: Associates' Treasure 3: Class Committee 2: Girls' Chorus 1' is I - v l,. . 'lf i .1-Ilfllbgxztvin f .f-A :'1:I-fg:-'-:- JOHN NEIL FR SER johnny Suppressed Desire: To break every window on the 4th floor of Build- ing I. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Christmas Vespers of 1957. I: Day: College Vespets 1, 2: Debating Club 3: English Club 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3. Wth his ears cut short and his tail cut long, BRUCE BARRETT FREEDMAN Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Anderson's 2:30 Club in my Jun- ior year. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Two Cafeterias - one for the dogs and one for the students. I5 Boston Latin5 College Senior Play 35 Anti-Smoking Committee 2, 35 Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 35 Drama Club 1, 2, 35 Chess Club 2, 3. MAR Jorma JANE FREEDMAN Margie Suppressed Desire: To have straight hair. Favorite Pastime: Losing and for- getting things. I5 Meadowbrookg College Home Room Manager 25 Newton- ite 1, 35 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 35 Senior Play 35 Ushers 15 Bad- minton 15 French Club 15 Future Teachers 2, 35 Music Club 2, 35 Outing Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 3. DIANA ELIZABETH F REETO Fretz Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The many, many, howls. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Classes outside on nice days. I5 Warreng College Legislature 25 Civics Committee 35 Home Room Manager 25 Or- ange Shield 35 Tigerama Commit- tee 2, 35 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 35 Tri-Hi-Y Treasurer 2, 3. RACHEL IDA FRIEDMAN Rickey Suppressed Desire: To talk in J.C.'s class. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Harrer's vocabulary derivations. I5 Weeks5 College Rally Committee 35 Tennis 15 English Club 2, 35 French Club 35 Future Teachers 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3. EUGENE SAMUEL FRITZ Fritzie Suppressed Desire: To meet a pretty girl who isn't stuck up. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Good food and better conditions in the cafeteria. I5 English Highg College Executive Committee 35 Mathe- matics Club 3. GERALDINE LINDA FRITZ Gerry, Ger, G.F. Suppressed Desire: Only one per- son knows, but someday someone else will - right Lo? Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those last periods on Thursday in my junior yearl? I5 Meadowbrook5 College Tigerama Committee 25 Rally Committee 1, 35 Tennis 35 Eng- lish Club 35 French Club 1, 2, 35 S.O.S. 3. Oh, where, oh, where can he be? NANCY LEE FRUITMAN Suppressed Desire: To reach 5'2". Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The wonderful people, especially Mr. Howe. I5 Bigelow5 College Newtonite 2, 35 Rally Committee 15 Leader Corps 35 Cavalry Club 2, 35 French Club 1, 2, 35 Orch- esis 1, 25 S.O.S. 3. DANIEL WEBSTER GADSDEN Favorite Pastimes Sports Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Eating four lunches IIIA5 Warreng Service Football 1, 2, 35 Track, Indoor 1, 25 Track, Outdoor 1. CAROLYN UDITH GAGIN Carol Suppressed Desire: To get all 1 plan to do accomplished. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The ille al entrance to the '58 Senior 8 Prom with K.G. lI5Weeks5 College Civics Board 35 Orange Shield 35 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Junior Red Cross Council 25 Dance Com- mittee 25 Basketball 15 Drama 58 Club 35 Music Club 25 Orchesis 1, 25 Outing Club 1, 2, 35 Class Committee 2. 3: S.O.S. VITTORIA MARIA GABRIELLI Vickie, Nina Suppressed Desire: That's my secret! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The last Tigerama of the year 1957-58. II5 Oakland Technical High School, Cal.5 College Tigerama Committee 35 Tennis 2, 35 Archery 1, 35 Fencing 35 S.O.S. 2, 3. VERONICA MARIE GALLO Ronnie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Junior year English with Mr. Leigh. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 yeras: A cafeteria with a clean smell. lVg Warren: Business S.O.S. 1. Y V 1.9 ,, . . .U . VV.-5" . , 5 .I -I-J'ffK.n i 0,12 . JANET ANN GANDOLFO jan Favorite Pastime: If you don't know now - forget it! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: junior year English with Mr. Leigh. IV: Dayg Business Outing Club 35 S.O.S. 25 Home .,.f Room Manager Assistant 2, 3. S A ' A 9 . 57: if I 'M VV ' A ' i XJ ,L L V I V' 'i l . 'f 'l . N , ,,,.., Z X 'Q . :fit ' PRISCILLA HENRIETTA GALVIN Fifi, Heezal, Coolsie Suppressed Desire: To really swing out to the living end and blast oE. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Steve and Mrs. Gordong the great- est bunch of friends. Ilg Weeksg College Legislature l, 2, 3g Tigerama Committee 2, 39 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Dance Committee 2: Mu- sic Club l, 2, 3g Outing Club 1, 2, 3. MARY ELIZABETH GAMBLE Mimi Suppressed Desire: To have a walled-off section for the odors in the cafeteria. Favorite Pastime: "Checkin." II: Meadowbrook: Business Rally Committee lg Ushers 1, 25 Archery lg Softball lg Outing Club 1, 3. MultQUll'cat1'on ls vexationg divzlsion :ls as bad SHIRLEY RUTH GANN Suppressed Desire: To freeze the water in the tunnels. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Walking to the fourth floor of Building I. Ig Weeks: College French Club 25 Music Club l, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus l, 2, 3. FRANCIS ANDREW GAROFALO 144 Pleasant St., Watenown Frank Suppressed Desire: To design furniture. Favorite Pastime: Hunting and Hshing. IIIA: St. Patrick'sg College THOMAS ARTHUR GATELY Tom Favorite Pastime: Fighting with Mr. Toscano. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sitting on the bare machine lis- tening to Mr. Toscano's talks. IHA: Dayg Service Football. CLIFFORD ALLAN GAYSUNAS Cliff, Gus Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A helicopter port on Building I. Ig Meadowbrookg College Orange Shield 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1. RICHARD DENNIS GEAGAN Dick Suppressed Desire: To see New- tonville, U.S.A., become a best seller. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Midnight football games. Ilg Bigelowg College Legislature 35 Orange Shield 2, 39 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Anti- Smoking Committee l, 2, 3: Bad- minton 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers 2, 3. WILLIAM MICHAEL GEDDIS icnz Favorite Pastime: My 12 studies. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More walled off sections in the cafe- teria. IV: Dayg Service Stage Crew. rf... a. ,N ..,. ,-.. 'E ig' . ' 1-'ik-ai vv' . 14-ff .A I". A XX . kg KENNETH F . GEORGE Kenny Favorite Pastime: Looking at Gi. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The GERALD GITELL illegal entrance to the '58 Senior Prom with C.G. Favorite Pastime: Making scenes. lI,Bigelowg College Changes I would like to see at Orange Shield 2, 3. N. H. S. in next 100 years: Fewer students. I: Weeks: College Legislature 1, 2, Intramural Sports lg g3n3glish Club 2, 39 Latin Club 1, , . LEWIS MITCHELL GEORGE Arab Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: JOSEPH MICHAEL Last period study. GLEASON II, Bigelow, College Cavalry Club 3, Hunting and Fishing Club 33 Rifle Club 1, 2, 3. Joe Suppressed Desire: To play foot- all. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day I received my diploma. IIIAQ Sacred Heart, College JAMES B' GIFFORD Ice Hockey 3, Track, Outdoor 2: Gilf Suppressed Desire: To run a half- mile in less than two minutes. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the empty basketball seats. II: Warren, College Civics Board 3: Orange Shield 2, 3, Co-chairman 3: Boys' Athletic Board 3, Baseball 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3g Track, Outdoor 2, 3, Captain 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2: International Club 2. JANE GILBERN Janie, Pokey Favorite Pastime: Censoring data sheets. :""""" 'd"i"'s""' ' Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My summer in Turkey on A.F.S. I: Weeks, College National Honor Society 2, 35 Civics Committee 2, Publications Board 3: School Exchange 2, Newtonian 3, Editor-in-Chief, Senior Play 1, 3: Spring Musical lg Vespers 1, 2, 33 Debating Club lg Drama Club 2, 35 International Club 1, 2, 3, President 2, 3: Mu- sic Club 1, 3: Tusitala lg A.F.S. Representative 2: A.F.S. Commit- tee 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Con- cert Band 1, 2, Marching Band 2. DAVID JOSEPH GILLESPIE , , T e Brain Suppressed Desire: To put esca- lators in Building I. Favorite Pastime: Psychoanalyzing the teachers of N. H. S. IIIBQ Saceralg Service CAROL SUE GILMAN Cookie Suppressed Desire: To ride Chey- enne to school. . Favorite Pastime: Worrying. Ig Bigelow: College Orange Shield 2: Newtonian 33 Music Board 1, 2: Tigerama Com- mittee Zg Spring Musical 1, 2, Rally Committee 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Softball 15 Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Cavalry Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2. A.A. 2, 3. GENA SUE GLICKLICH Suppressed Desire: To charge up Beacon St. on a white horse. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore and Junior years with the class of 1958. I, II, Warren, College Rally Committee 33 Archery Club 1, Cavalry Club 2, 3, Music Club 3: Spanish Club 3. STEVEN LONDON GLUNTS Steve Suppressed Desire: To catch Mr Rogers smoking. Fondest Memory of N. H S Arriving at 7:30 for a parking space. I: Warren: College Track, Indoor 1, 2, 35 Track, Out door 1, 2, 3. The Rule of Three perplexes me HERBERT K. GOLDBERG Herb Favorite Pastime: Finding a park- ing space around the school. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Air- conditioning for the boys' gym. II: Weeks: College Aviation Club 1: Hunting and Fishing Club 1: Rifle Club 1: Steve Football Manager I. NORMAN LEON GOLDBERG Suppressed Desire: To see J.C. teach a Biology class. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Yarmouth Exchange. I: Meadowbrook: College Legislature 2: Civics Committee 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: School Ex- change 2: Newtonian 3: Latin Club I, 2: Math Club 2. STEPHEN STANLEY M GOLDBERG Suppressed Desire: To see a "Dr," in front of my name. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Every minute of three wonderful years. II: Meadowbrook: College 4 4 was S., . its iw. STEPHEN CHARLES , GOLDMAN Y E ' x All f. Steve '3 ':-' Q i Favorite Pastime: Jack's. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 1 Building II and Mr. Gradone. " K Q I II Cheshire Academy: College T .L Newtonian 3: Rifle Club 3. gf '5 f f "T,Jif5?f-V: ', A t 5' And practice drives me madf ......:g -1 . -"' - 1 :rw ' .En-.. BEN AMIN C. GOLDSMITH Ben Favorite Pastime: Listening to Mrs. Goldstein. Y Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore homeroom. I: Warren: College Intramural Sports 2, 3: Chess Club 1, 2, 3. BETTE JANE GOLDSTEIN Suppressed Desire: To have a fire drill during showers. Favorite Pastime: Studying?? I: Weeks: College Legislature 3: Home Room Man- ager 2: Senior Play 3: Rally Com- mittee 1, 2: junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3: Ushers 1: Ten- nis 1, 2: French Club 3: Inter- national Club 2, 3: Music Club l, 2: Outing Club 1: Girls' Cho- rus 2: Theatrical Make-Up 2, 3: S.O.S. 2. CAROLYN FAYE GOLDSTEIN Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My English class with that old gang of mine. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More teachers like Mr. Batchelder. II: Meadowbrook: College Drama Festival 2, 3: Tennis 3: Archery 1, 2: French Club 2, 3: Intenational Club l, 2: Latin Club 1: Music Club l, 2, 3. RICHARD ALAN GOLDSTEIN Dick, Richie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Chemistry with j.C. Hall. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More teachers who believe in the dig- nity of learning! I: Weeks: College Legislature 2: Newtonian 3: New- tonite I: Spring Musical 1: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Motion Pic- ture Squad l, 2: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Math Club 2, 3. CHARLES DANIEL geo DON Suppresse esirez To see 1.C. teach an English Class. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Baroudjian's I-3 French Class. I: Warren: College Legislature 1, 2: Civic Commit- tee 3: Publications Board 2, 3: Golf 2, 3: Tennis 1: Intramural Sports 2: French Club 2: Math Club 2, 3: Rifle Club 1: Science Club 1, 2: Class Committee 1, 2, 3. OAN G RDON Ofll Favorite Pastime: Picking up Joyce's dropped stitches. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The first period math test after the Senior Prom in my Junior year. I: Warren: College Newtonite 1, 2: French Club 1, Sid 'L STEPHEN HIRSCH GORDON Kosh, Flap Suppressed Desire: To play major league baseball. Favorite Pastime: Playing sports: being with a certain E.S. Ilg Day, College Legislature lg Home Room Man- ager 35 Orange Shield 2, 33 Base- ball 1, 2, 3g Basketball Ig Foot- ball 1, 2, 3. 4 . g '. 'T ' 1 f fl - K t 1'X! n SANDRA CAROL GOTTLIEB Sandy, Sandie Suppressed Desire: To have horne- work outlawed. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The many nice friends I have made at N. H. S. 113 Warren: College English Club 35 Library Club 1, Music Club 2, 3g Centenary Com- mittee 3. PAULA GORENSTEIN Favorite Pastirne: Being with Bill. Changes I would like- to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A kidney-shaped swimming pool for use in physical education. Ig Bigelow, College Legislature 2 5 Rally Committee 25 Leader Corps lg Drama Club 1, 25 Music Club 1, 3g S.O.S. 2. NOEL HAROLD GOULSTON Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: When Bloom and I ran a study hall for five minutes. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: To see J.C. set up a putting green in his back room. Ig Meadowbrook, College Intramural Sports 34 Chemistry Club 2, 35 Math Club 2, 35 Sci- ence Club lg Physics Club 3. Hark, harlc, the dogs do bark, JAMES FRED GORGONE Hubby Favorite Pastime: Keeping wilie happy. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Watching the girls in after-school sports. IIIB, IV: Bigelowg Business SIDNEY GRACE I L2" l!1,- ' W Suppressed Desire: Let it stay suppressed. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Avoiding Victor. II, IVQ Bigelow: College Orange Shield 2, 59 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2. MARY ROSELIE GRACEF FA Suppressed Desire: To see the changes in N. H. S. during the next 100 years. Favorite Pastime: Being with my friends, and looking for something to do. IV: Day, Business Rally Committee 2, 3g Ushers lg Tennis 1, Archery lg Badminton 13 Cavalry Club ls Music Club 3, Outing Club 3. VINCENT JAMES GRACEFFA, JR. ince Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Can't say but there is one. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: TV class where you could change the channel. IIIAQ Day: Service GAIL ANNE G VES Gag Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior year, Dr. Keller's Class. Changes l would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More teachers like Miss Creedon. llg Weeksg College Newtonian lg Rally Committee 1, 3, Music Club 1, 3: Outing Club 1. 3. JAMES GORIN Jim Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Classes with Mr. Goldman and Mr. Willard. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: One hour lunches plus S-blocks. Ilg Bigelow, College Orange Shield 3g Drama Festival 25 Hunting and Fishing Club 1. A 1 "1 19 . g .i -:. 3 ii nie? N f .. QQ. 'S I ,. '1 Q -11 422. L ' fe' if Z , .. is Q 2' f K 'i Johnny -an M ir 1 S? ANTHONY JOSEPH GRECO FRANCIS MARTIN GREELEY Suppressed Desire To graduate Frank, B115 Favorite Pastime Boats Favorite Pastime: Talking to Mr. IIIA Day College Lambert over my "high academic rating." Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A new Building I before the old one falls. II: Day: College Anti-Smoking Committee 2: Sci- ence Fair 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Cavalry Club 3. JOHN PAUL GREENE Favorite Pastime: Looking back at the sack! Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Pneu- matic cushions for the desk seats. I: Warren: College Dance Committee 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Science Club 2. PATRICIA ALICE GREENE Pat Suppressed Desire: Not to be called Debbie. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Dolan's U.S. History class, foot- ball games, and the friends I have made. II: Weeks: Business Senior Play 3: Class Committee 1: Leader Corps 2: Basketball 1, 3: Tennis 3: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Badminton 1: Volley Ball 1: In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 3' MICHAEL ARNOLD GREENWALD Mike Suppressed Desire: To see J.C. take over a girls' gym class. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The 1958 Washington Exchange. I: Meadowbrook: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Legislature 2: Civics Committee 3: Home Room Manager 1, 2: School Exchange 2: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Orange Book 2, 3: Dance Committee, Chairman Refreshment Committee 3: Intra- mural Sports 2, 3: Camera Club. JANICE ANN GREENWOOD Jan Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Knocking over lighting equip- ment in the middle of "Charlie's Aunt." Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A built-in Coke machine for every desk. II: Bigelow: College Rally Committee 2, 3: Stage Crew 2: Basketball 1: Music Club 3: Orchesis 1: Outing Club 3: A Canoella Choir 1. GLENDA MAGORIE GREEN Glen Suppressed Desire: To obtain all the goals I've set for my life. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All my friends and the wonderful things we did that made school worthwhile. I: Warren: College Newtonian 3: Spring Musical 1: Rally Committee 3: Dance Com- mittee 2, 3: Art Club 3: Orchesis 1: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Ring Committee 2, 3: Junior Prom 2: Studio 3' PHYLLIS CAROLYN GREGORIO Phyl, Phylly Suppressed Desire: To have more children than my mother had C9 for herb. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Wading through the tunnels on rainy days - ugh! II: Warren: Business Legislature: S.O.S.: Girls' Cho- rus: junior Class Committee. RAH ANN GREENE Deb, Debbie Suppressed Desire: Not to be called Pat. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Those hard chairs taken out and cush- ioned ones 'put in their place. II: Weeks: College Newtionian 3: Leader Corps 2: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 2, 3: Marching Band 1: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Field Hockey l, 2, 3: Badminton l, 2, 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3: Music Club 3: Outing Club 2, 3. X C' CJ , 7 C . . of girly 3 NQJQGRIA Yffcgxf 1' s ime' with a ny - v e Q . . f X YN fl Warre in ss V K J fxx -.-C...:.ii:S5Q Lf nffii lcd WSWS A If 1 I lifllsjs 1' Llc . , lx Q1 S l. , 'Silk Cl The beggars are comzhg to town: THOMAS JAMES GRINLEY Tom, Tommy Favorite Pastime: Being with Carol. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Wom- en teachers under 25 for IIIA. IIIA: Warren: Service Home Room Manager 1: Basket- ball 1: A.A. RICHARD PAUL GUIDETTI Dink Suppressed Desire: To build a custom Merc. Favorite Pastime: Working on my '50 Merc. IIIA: Wellesley Jr. High: Service EILEEN MERLE GULDEN Suppressed Desire: Scale that cheats. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Tear- ing down Buildings I, II, and III, to make room for all the cars. I: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: French Club 3: Future Teach- ers 2, 3: S.O.S. 2, 3, Treasurer 2: Guidance Office Receptionist 2, 3: Make-up Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 3: As- sembly Committee 3. DO Y LEE GURVITZ J.B.G., Dotti Lee Fovorite Pastime: Philosophizing and going "Bohemian" with Sasa. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Drama Festival: La clase de espanol con El Senor Davis. I: Meadowbrook: College Legislature 1: Civics Committee 3: Newtonite 2: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2: Rally Commit- tee 2: Dance Committee 1: De- bating Club 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: English Club 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Costumes Committee 1: Newton's Rep. to Spanish Con- test 2. SUSAN HAHN Sue Favorite Pastime: Writing my "famous" short stories. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the experiences I have lived through in school. II: Warren: College Legislature 1: A.F.S. Associate 2: Spring Musical 1: Rally Commit- tee 2, 3: Ushers 1: A Cappella Choir 1: English Club 3: French Club 2: Home Economics Club 3: M sic C b.1.-..z- 5:,refsdi1i1'fv ciiib 3. 'sf-iniw I GEORGE HOWARD HALL Lite Suppressed Desire: To build the hottest machine around. Favorite Pastime: jumping into Pat's on Saturday nights. IIIA: Warren: College Home Room Manager 1: Baseball 1: Basketball 2, 3: Football 1, 2: Ice Hockey 1. Some zh rags, PHILIP HALL il Suppressed Desire: To play piano like Erroll Garner. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Getting up at quarter of eight every day. IV: Warren: Service Stage Crew 1, 3: Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Rifle Club 1. as ' H 5753527 "Ysf'iEf?i?f5 5f'f'fj:- :i755i?5E5iS3i.f?i?i.'Effff"'1"ElSifii?l'QiV ,tx lfwfiiifishiwsuf : Qs:::,g:m...r,,- fs..-.,W.--s,,...,a.wg:-z..::,,s, gigig:-igzfigissisb 'f' . . ::.gifi:g:sgQflxz1iii.itsgiwy 113275552-552:::ig: . S l.: - "" 55.'f..i:l?5:41iffi3ii???i??5fIlWe ,?,,s581g3:l:s?:iw' '5 1 ,ig ',3.":f::gm,g2,:,'Z2A,,:,'Z.fi5:::.i lia:sigg:g2z.4s:: if :,f?:,5gqfw:':s: :ss.gz.f..1:2fgs Q QSFEMEE -" V 5 , :sw--zfi. -i:'::STf52?:i:i -,ra--.,-...M ...- , .: :.. . L ' as 1 - sg. -..- .....,. - ss... , V .. Q ., ' 1 Q26 ge t ' sftgig- If K' ii .,:,::'j 2.5.3 i fffff, is ,, .ef 5 I if,fl3i: iiii5is7'iQ?Q?il'- : T.. 193535:::5iflfii5ii1i!iE535i'Q -S '7Z'W5':ulAii U at .elf fgfii A F ENV ' as-: 'l'za.ff..12:eS:,sz-i..:fi-gs f- si. ?.,.sw.? JUDITH AVERILL 64 HAMMOND Judy Suppressed Desire: To use my education. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Water fountains that produce cold water. II: Bigelow: College Vespets 1, 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. LEE J. HANNQN Hi Lee Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year in Miss Creedon's class. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Auto- matic scene changers to save our poor stagecrew's backs. II: Warren: College Stage Crew 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Class Com- mittee Representative 3. H ANN HALPERIN Judi,juds Suppressed Desire: To get an A in Math. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More teachers like Mr. Malone. II: Meadowbrook: College Softball 3: English Club 1, 3: Outing Club 3: S.O.S. WILLARD LYMAN HANSON Sonny Favorite Pastime: Double dating with Charlie and Toni. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More modern rooms for all of Newton Technical High. IIIA: Bigelow: College Music Board 1: Tigerama Com- mittee 2: Administrative Aids 1, 2, 3, President 2, 3. , 1 lx l K f u I x ' .2 I ' 4- x 1' 'Q' il Hi " il I E l TER Y BETH HARPER T Suppressed Desire: To be on stage instead of back stage. Favorite Pastime: Going to foot- ball games with Lee, Evelyn, and Charlotte. II: Warren: College Stage Crew 1, 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. bv 817' WILLIAM G. HARNEY Whitey Suppressed Desire: To make a "Mil1ion." Fondest Memory of N. H. S. The cafeteria. II: Meadowbrook: College MICHAEL JO N HARPER The slapstick Kid Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Goldman's lectures on the New- ton School System. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A Senior class day when the Seniors come to school and do anything they want, within limits. II: St. Columbkille: College Motion Picture Squad 2: Drama Club 2: Boys' Chorus 2: A Cap- pella Choir 3. Some liz jugs, K- 1 I p fx ,KLM RI l D FRA s ,- G yy 'y sf ARRING r f "f fmfl-tak! ick A J' I ryofN. fS.:Tlie cry WQM ere" echoi g through " ' the ent of Building I. Mai-y's: Cfzllege If-7 I 1 Viv, 1, x . M ' I QVUJ sf bmi , eg l 1 H Uk' . Q - WILLIAM A. HART Bill Suppressed Desire: To become a millionaire. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The cafeteria. II: Warren: Service NANCY M. HARTWICH Nan, Nanc Suppressed Desire: To succeed in whatever I do. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Senior Prom 1958. IV: Meadowbrook: Business Newtonite 1: Rally Committee 33 Leader Corps 2: Softball 1: Out- ing Club 3: Class Committee 2. JOHN WILLIAM HAWKSLEY, 111 Favorite Pastime: Disecting tele- visions and radios. I: Weeks: College CHARLO E HAYWARD runch, Char " Favorite Pastime: Meeting people and being with Johnnie. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Lexington Exchange XI, Spring Musical X, Miss Miles. II: Warren: College Newtonian 3: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Studio 1, 2: Girls' Chorus 1. OHN THOMAS HEARON 3. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Bailey's Sophomore homeroom and J.P. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Meters for the faculty parking lot. IV: Day: College Home Room Manager 1: Anti- Smoking Committee 2: Science Fair 33 Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1: Track, Indoor 3: Track, Outdoor 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Ski Club 2, 3: Cen- tenary Committee 3: Class Com- mittee 3: Hi-Y Club 3. Dick GEORGE ROBERT HERGENROTHER Hergy Suppressed Desire: To get my car painted. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Lunch period during my Junior year. II3 Warren3 College Science Fair 1. MATTHEW NORMAN HERMAN Matt Suppressed Desire: Two kegs and a straw. Favorite Pastime: The rendez-vous with Richard after work. lg WHIICHQ College Legislature 2, 33 Tigerama Com- mittee 33 Anti-Smoking Commit- tee 2, 33 Football 13 Ice Hockey 1, 2, 33 Track, Outdoor 33 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 33 Tigerama Hospitality Committee 3. BARBARA JOYCE HERTZ Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Stu- dents using teachers' parking lot. II3 Dayg College French Club 23 Music Club 1, 2, 33 S.O.S. 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1. RICHARD PAUL HESSION Suppressed Desire: To be princi- pal of N. H. S. for just one day. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Bill Doyle's scrap metal drive. Ig Bigelowg College Orange Shield 33 Orange Book 2, 33 Tigerama Committee 2, 33 Cen- tenary Committee 3g Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 33 Track, Indoor 2, 33 Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 2, 33 Rifle Club 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 3. WILLIAM MELVIN HEYMAN Bi Favorites Pastime: Thinking of how to pass.time. el ' Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A smaller student body. I3 Weeks3 College Home Room Managerg Newton- iang Intramural Sports3 French Club. . HIGGINS Mike A ' Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My 3 last period studies. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More pavement than rubber on Elm Road. I3 WBIICDQ College Motion Picture Squad 33 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club 3. SUSAN BETH HIRSHFIELD Suppressed Desire: To find out what Ellen's suppressed desire is. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year and Mr. Bodman Sen- ior biology class. I3 Weeks3 College Newtonian 33 Tigerama Commit- tee 33 Rally Committee 23 French Club 2, 33 Future Teachers 2, 33 Latin Club 1. ARNOLD GERALD HOFFMAN Gingie Favorite Pastime: Singing. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr Packard's German classes. I3 Boston Lating College Senior Play 3g Debating Club 2 33 German Group. HARRIET SUSAN HOFFMAN Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Ethier's Spanish Cow and Mr. Peterson's pink dragon. I3 Meadowbrookg College National Honor Society 2, 33 Civics Committee 33 Home Room Manager 13 Orange Shield 33 Newtonian 3g Senior Play, Stu- dent Director 33 Dance Commit- tee 2, Assistant Chairman 3g Ten- nis 23 Latin Club 1, 2, 33 Music Club 1, 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 2, 33 S.O.S. 2, 33 Dance Band 3. SUSAN HOLDEN Sue Suppressed- Desire: To have the stomach to tackle a nursing career. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Free umbrellas supplied for going through the tunnels on rainy days. II3 Weeksg College Newtonian 13 Rally Committee 1, '23 Music Club 1, 2s Outing ub 45, "-'L' tc 333 Class Committee 2, 33,vG?Rs' Chorus lg-2. ,ts ,, ' M . K .Q A And some liz velvet gown. MARCIA D. HOLLAND Suppressed Desire: I'll never tell. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The crazy PJ. parties. II5 Weeks: College Newtonite 15 Spring Musical5 Ral- ly Committee 2, 35 Music Club 1, 25 Orchesis 15 Outing Club 15 Tri-Hi-Y l, 25 Girls' Chorus 15 Centenary Committee 3. THOMAS PAUL HOLLAND Dutch Suppressed Desire: To have a Tech. Basketball team win a championship. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the arguments with Mr. Houle. IIIA5 Warren5 Service Tigerama Committee 35 Adminis- trative Aid l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 45 Anti-Smoking Committee 1, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports 3, 4. ANNE WALKER HOLMES e ire: To relive the summers of '57 and '58. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A memory improvement course, and a swimming pool in the girls' gym. I5 Weeks5 College National Honor Society 2, 35 Legislature 15 Home Room Man- ager 25 Newtonian 3, Feature Editorg Rally Committee 2, 35 Vespers 15 Dance Committee V International Club 2, 35 Music ' Club l, 2, 35 Outing Club 2,'3. 5 ' vit DOROT H EVELYN HOLT 4 1 Dottie - ' Suppressed Desire: To go to the University of Miami. , . Changes I would like to see at N.,H. S. in next 100 years: Esca- lator in Building, II from first floor to third. ,- IV5 Meadowbiook5 Business Little Boy Blue, come, blow your horn, JOHN FRANCIS HOLWAY Jack Suppressed Desire: To be in re- tailing. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The wonderful students and teachers at N. H. S. IV5 Warren5 Business MINNA RUTH HOROVITZ Suppressed Desire: To go to Michigan. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Listening to Mr. Packard tell of his early retirement. II5 Weeks5 College Legislature 1, 2, 35 Civics Com- mittee 2, 35 Orange Shield 35 Dance Committee 1, 2, 35 Basket- ball 25 Archery I5 Cavalry Club I, 2, 3, President 2, 35 Orchesis 1, 35 Chairman of Decoration Comm. of Legislature 35 Ring Committee 25 Girls' Chorus I, 25 Girls' Senior Rep. to P.T.S.A. 35 Legislature Exchange. ALAN NATHANIEL HORWITZ Al, Tippv Favorite Pastime: Wine, women, and song. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Nye's homeroom 126, Sophomore year. I5 Mount Hermon5 College Home Room Manager 1, 35 Or- ange Shield 2, 35 Tigerama Com- mittee 35 Anti-Smoking Commit- tee 2, 35 Science Fair 35 Baseball 15 Ice Hockey 1, 2, 35 Track, Out- door 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. DAVID SIDNEY HORWITZ Dave Favorite Pastime: Watching 2 straws in a keg. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: New Year's Eve, 1957. II5 Warren5 College Motion Picture Squad 35 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM FRANCIS HOULIHAN Bill Suppressed Desire: To find a seat in the cafeteria. Favorite Pastime: Cars. II5 Dayg College JOAN ANN HOUSTON Hust, Toni, Tex Favorite Pastime: Talking to P.T. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those sneaky S-block lunches. II5 Warreng College Newtonite 35 Tennis 35 English Club 15 French Club 35 Music Club 2, 35 S.O.S. 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. " ' ff' A - sv .. Q Q 'Q N ' . " . X 1 MW LF 'fl' ' S. -s If A FRANCIS HILARY BEVERLY SUE WILLIAM GATES MARY LOUISE HOYE HOUTEN HOVSEPIAN HOWARD . I Mary Lou, Mary, Maer ' . H11 I Bevle , Suppressed Desire: To be the nrst Favorite PHSUIIICZ GIIIS Favorite Pastime: Worrying about B111 coed at the Naval Academy. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: To have the Trade School coed. IIIA: Grover Cleveland: Service Baseball l, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Rifle Club 1, 2, 3. FRA HUNT I'8I'l Favorite Pastime: Trying to get a letter from N. H. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The 7:30 rush for a place to park! ' I: Warren: College Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Rifle Team 1, 2, 3: Rifle Club 1, 2, 39 Magic Club 3: Centenary Com- mittee 3. nothing I think is something. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A glass building, with wall to wall teachers Ct.v.J. IV: Bigelow Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 3: Vespers 1: Stage Crew 2: Field Hockey 2: Badminton 2: Outing Club 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1. PETER M. HUNT Suppressed Desire: Jaguar with built in I.B.M. for doing home- work, plus extras. Favorite Pastime: Watching months taken off tires in seconds. I: Warren Rifle Team 2, 3. 7716 sheepfs lil the meadow: the cowis liz the corn, Suppressed Desire: To drive a steam roller to school and make parking spaces. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The basket-weaving club. I: Warren: College Band 1, 2: Science Fair 2, 3: Radio Club 1, 2, 3. JOHN LEWIS HUNTINGTON Favorite Pastime: Waiting for the lunch bell to ring. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: German I and II with Mr. Pack- ard. I: Day: College Motion Picture Squad 3: Football 1, 2: Track, Indoor 3: Track, Out- door 3g Intramural Sports 2, 3. JOYCE LOUISE HUSSEY Fondest Memory of N. . S.: The kids I've met and the fun I've had. Changes I would ike to see at N. H. S. in next 100 year: 100 more Senior classes with as much school spirit as this one. II: Warren: College Orange Shield 2: Newtonite 2: Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Senior Play 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Ushers 1: Basketball 1: Field Hockey 1: Music Club I, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Cho- rus l, 2: Tri-Hi-Y: S.O.S. HaUA.M H INS Hutchins Favorite Pastime: Football, wood- working, baseball. Changes I would like to see in next 100 years: A bigger and bet- ter Trade School. IIIA: Warren: Business RUTH MARILYN HYDE Suppressed Desire: A night with Hubie without a fight. Favorite Pastime: Going up to McGrahams. II: Day: College I Rally Committee 3: Music Club 2: Outing Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Card's U.S. History Class, and Mr. Sobol's English Class. I: Lincoln, Providence: College Assistant Home Room Manager 2: Newtonian 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 3: Drama Club 2, 33 Music Club 2, 3: Or- chesis 1: Organ Club 1, 2: Legis- lature Dance Committee 3. 1 ,,,,,.,.! . 09 WENDY ANN HYMAN Suppressed Desire: To have five day weekends. Favorite Pastime: Climbing the stairs to 1450. II: Meadowbrook: College Newtonite 2, 3: Dance Commit- tee 1: Ushers 3: English Club 2, 3: Future Teachers 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 2, 3: Class Committee 1: Centenary Committee 3: Latin Club 1. A' iff: ,X v-G1 03' X - l so , Jfffw'-If-' 3 il J A -1 ' ' ' W., ?i' T' 'I' if ffl: .,,, iifltfflf W ful 'iq 74 9 S is 7 I u J 5 I - I ' tai is ' RONALD N. IAROSSI Ron Suppressed Desire: To have more last period studies. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My first school day, when I came in at 8:50. III: Day: Service CAROL ISENBERG Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Harrer's sophomore English class. Favorite Pastime: Analyzing Linda. I: Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, 33 Civics Committee 3: Home Room Manager 1, 3: Orange Shield 2, 33 School Exchange 2: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2: Latin Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT ISENBERG Bob Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Favorite Pastime: Making money. IV: Bigelow: College Music Club 1, 2, 3. JANET ELLEN ISENMAN Jan Suppressed Desire: To be a 97 pound weakling. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The big three. II: Bigelow: College Newtonian 33 Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2, 33 Leader Corps 33 Archery 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1: Outing Club 1, 2: S.O.S. 2: Girls' Chorus 1, 2. GAIL N. JACKSON Favorite Pastime: Boys. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A new Building One. IIIB: Day: Business Baseball, Tennis, Archery. JOHN PETER IMPEDUGLIA Johnny, Impy Suppressed Desire: To have din- ner in the cafeteria. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 1-00 years: I couldn't care less: I'll be dead. II: Weeks: College Orange Shield 2, 3: Boys' Athletic Board 3: Anti-Smoking Commit- tee 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Foot- ball 1, 2, 33 Ice Hockey 2, 3: Bad- minton 2, 3. GILDA INGALL Gil, Poopsie Favorite Pastime: Who has time? Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: J.C. Hall's chemistry classes. I: Weeks: College Civics Committee 3: Orange Shield 2: Newtonian, Copy Editor 3: Tigerama Committee 2: Senior Play, Make-up Chairman 3: Dra- ma Festival 1, 2: Rally Committee 2: Intramural Sports 1: Drama Club 1, 2, 33 French Club 2: Mu- sic Club l, 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1. 5 ',,-V , Rf , . sas- .'..?i5'l O-AN LESLIE ACOBS Suppressed Desire: To reach five feet. Favorite Pastime: Sharing Mr. Hawkes' crying towel with Sue. I: Weeks: College Legislature 33 Civics Committee 33 Orange Shield 33 Tigerama Committee 2: Dance Committee 1: Cavalry Club 2, 3: English Club 1, 2, 33 French Club 1: Mu- sic Club 2, 3. IC JARRETT Fred Suppressed Desire: To install parking meters at B.C. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Dr. Peltier's Kenyon history class in my Junior year. I: Ft. Hamilton High School, Brooklyn: College Orange Shield 3: Newtonite 2, 3, Sports Editor 3: Drama Festival Publicity Chairman 2: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: De- bating Club 1, 2, 3, President 2g International Club 2, 33 Senior Class Committee 3, Finance Board 3. But where 115' the little boy tendzhg the sheep? It-.f?""l'N i .. TLT "Nl5lJA'.A' 'KKK KK HAROLD B. JOHNSON, JR. Harry Suppressed Desire: To become a tool die maker. Favorite Pastime: Working at Paramount Theatre. IIIA: Day: Service AA. JEAN MARIE JOHNSON Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To become a teacher. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior year. ll: Meadowbrook: College LUCILLE CAROL JOHNSON Rebel Suppressed Desire: To be on the honor roll one term. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Physiology class. II: Warren: College International Club 1, 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Outing Club 1, 2. WILMA LOUISE JOOS Newton ig Willy, Joosie Favorite Pastime: Trying to solve the problems I think I have. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A snack bar on every lioor for peo- ple who get hungry before D lunch. II: Meadowbrook: College Rally Committee 2: Ushers 1: Badminton 1, 3: Future Teachers 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 2, 3: S.O.S. Orange Sales 3: Hostess Tigerama 1, 2. TONI ANN KADESTSKY Chestnut 1 T.K., Tink, Toni Suppressed Desire: To mark my own report card. Favorite Pastime: Getting in and out of trouble - mostly in. I: Meadowbrook: College Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Orange Book 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2: Dance Committee 2, 3: Ushers 2, 3: English Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. MURIEL KADIS Newton Highlands Cookie Suppressed Desire: To get what I want and be able to keep it. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Bridge Club of 127: "Any- one for a submarine sandwich?" IV: Meadowbrook: College Junior Red Cross Council 1: Leader Corps 3: Intramural Sports 1: Music Club 1: Orchesis 1: Out- ing Club 1: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: S.O.S. 2, 3: Centenary Com- mittee 3. I Hefs under the haystaclc fast asleep. LEAH KAHALAS Suppressed Desire: To start a Newton Plan gym class. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: The school converted into an enchant- ed garden with the teachers as fairy godmothers and godfathers distributing A's to all angelic pupils. I: Bigelow: College Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2: Sen- ior Play 3: Vespers 3: Basketball 3: Archery 1: Volley Ball 2: Dra- ma Club 2: Latin Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Orchestra 2, 3: Sophomore Dance Decorations Committee. Centenary Committee ss we rifle! -"'7 3" f- Q " ie 3 1 .3 4 r : DAN EL EPHRAIM KANE Nick Suppressed Desire: To have wo- men bus drivers. Favorite Pastime: Eating lunch in 209. IIIA: Warren: Service A.A. MAXINE KANER Mackie Suppressed Desire: To receive all A's Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The bridge club of 127 and the "fun room" of 2104. II: Day: College Rally Committee 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 3: Class Committee Alternate: A Cappella 70 Choir 1, 2, 5. TOBY ELLEN KALMAN Favorite Pastime: Love-notes. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Roof- top parking lots. I: Girls' Latin: College Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 3. P I , .ag -if'TiQ:f " - . :ag .3:sign:if,g:.5,.sSw-rms --,' 52:2 gi ' :e-e 1 2? A , MARSHA KAPLAN Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Lenny. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The one and only time I skipped and got caught. II5 Jeremiah E. Burke5 College Home Room Manager 15 Golf 35 Archery 35 Bowling 15 S.O.S. 2, 3. s 2 . -. j 1--,-5 I-,mt -2' nf: . ' wie' . l lc.. . ul l 8 SYLVIA KATSENES Syl Suppressed Desire: To find a seat in the cafeteria. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My S-block lunches in 127. I5 Bigelowg College Orange Book 25 Rally Commit- tee 25 Music Club 25 Outing Club lgljunior Prom Decoration Com- mittee. EDWARD LEO KASOK Chestnut Hill Ed, Eddie Suppressed Desire: To get an A in anything. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: No-school days. II5 Weeks5 College Orange Shield 35 Tigerama Com- mittee l5 Dance Committee 25 Football 15 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Mathematics Club 15 Class Committee 3. ROBERT J. KATES Bob Favorite Pastime: Trying to out- wit the office. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Two last period studies for everybody. I5 Weeks5 College Legislature 1, 25 Newtonite 15 Tigerama Committee 25 Dance Committee 25 Ice Hockey 35 Ten- nis 1, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 25 English Club l, 25 Latin Club 1, 25 Class Committee 2. Roses are real' violets are blue. Q Hind- 17-V ' 'lisrl I 'Q 0l.l1l'l'l..l3LY fflllall' KAUFMAN Steve Suppressed Desire: To Cat just one more S-block lunch. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Anastasia. I5 Bigelow5 College Civics Committee 2, 35 School Exchange 25 Newtonian 35 Senior Play 35 Vespers 2, 35 Anti-Smok- ing Committee 25 Debating Club 1, 2, 35 Mathematics Club 15 Mu- sic Club 2, 35 Newtonies 2, 35 A Cappella Choir 2, 3. AVERY MICHAEL KEENAN Auburndale Mike, Harvey Suppressed Desire: To drive a car through the tunnels. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The great kids I've met. II5 Dayg College Legislature 35 Home Room Man- ager 25 Orange Shield 35 Tiger- ama Committee 35 Baseball l, 2, 35 Ice Hockey 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. SYLVIA ANN KEILER Sylvie Favorite Pastime: Running after buses, tennis balls and men. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Washington Exchange - "Ya wanna buy a book cover?" I5 Warreng College National Honor Society 2, 35 Home Room Manager 35 School Exchange 25 Senior Play 35 Girls' Athletic Board 2, 35 Leader Corps 2, 35 Ushers 15 Tennis 1, 35 Field Hockey 25 Archery 15 Badminton 15 Softball 15 Volley Ball l, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 2, President 35 Centenary Commit- tee 3. JOHN ANDREW KELLEY, JR. Jac , noo s Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My one "Bungalow", Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Ten- nis courts replaced by an Ice Hoc- key Rink. II5 Warreng College Legislature 15 Civics Committee 35 Finance Board 35 Publications Board 35 Orange Shield 2, 35 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 35 Ral- ly Committee 35 Anti-Smoking Committee5 Baseball 35 Golf 35 Ice Hockey 1, 2, 35 Track, Out- door 2, 35 Badminton 2, 35 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 35 Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3. ROBERT OSEPH KELLY Irish, Kell Suppressed Desire: To get home from baseball practice before 7:00 o'clock. Favorite Pastime: Watching New- ton's "Finest" chasing fence jump- ers at football games. I5 Warreng College Orange Shield 2, 35 Spring Musi- cal 15 Dance Committee I5 Base- ball l, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 A Cap- pella Choir I. ROGER E. KELLY ' Kell Suppressed Desire: Live to see next century class. Favorite Pastime: Staying out late. II5 Warren5 College Track, Indoor 35 Track, Outdoor 3. 5. , s tl I f X lef- f ff 1' 1 no . U ' A W V li, .ff.- :F we .93 Ea? '- t f f . .F' ' - Jfaft? im. su-- ,- -s fs-.1 :E-'D J , , up Il I' f- 2' f R! XX all L fill if ii 5 K be X ROBERT ALAN KEMLER Bob Favorite Pastime: Two years of English in 1444. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A three-day weekend. I5 Warren5 College Legislature 25 Tigerama Commit- tee 1, 25 Dance Committee 1, 2, 35 Aviation Club 15 Latin Club 1, 25 Rifle Club 15 Newtonian Representative 2. WI LMA LOIS KENNEDY Willie, Willie Pooh Favorite Pastime: Remembering the famous word written on that beautiful cake. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The bridge club in 1275 "anyone for a submarine sandwich?" IV5 Meadowbrook5 College Ushers 15 Tennis 35 Badminton 35 Outing Club 2, 35 Bowling Club 1, 2. 3. ALICE JOSEPHINE KENNERY Al Favorite Pastime: Writing to a favorite someone. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Silluzio's physiology class in my junior year. II5 Warreng College Bowing 1, 35 International Club 35 Latin Club 15 Outing Club 2, 3. JEROME PAUL KENNEY erry Suppressed Desire: To see New- ton High have three champion- ship teams. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The time that I almost won a race. I5 Weeks5 College Orange Shield 2, 35 Orange Book 2, 35 Tigerama Committee 2, 35 Football 2, 35 Track, Indoor 1, 2,35 Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 35 First Vice President of the Senior Class. DAVID J. KENT Suppressed Desire: To drive a jeep through Building II tunnel. Favoirte Pastime: Anything but schoolwork. IIIB5 Day5 Service Aviation Club 35 Cross Country 1, 2, 3. HEL "1si"1CiX'kR1s KENT Favorite Pastime: Hacking with the "Senior Hackers". Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The summer of my junior year5 H. R. 127 in my Sophomore year. I, II5 Warren5 College Newtonian 35 Senior Play 35 Spring Musical 25 Rally Commit- tee 1, 2, 35 Leader Corps 35 Field Hockey 15 Archery 15 Music Club 2, 35 Outing Club 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 S.O.S. 35 Ski Club 2, 35 Drama Festival 3. I .3 5 f N ,5 Im fit -5 Q L .S a Y MAKLIA ANN IXISKK Marsh Suppressed Desire: To hide, just once, in the Boys' Locker Room and take in all that is said. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The kids, the many laughs, and the football games. I5 Weeks5 College Civics Committee 35 Newtonite 15 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3, Hostessg Senior Play Ticket Comm. 35 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Hockey Chairman 35 Vespers 1, 2, 35 Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, Sub-Chairman 1, 25 Ushers 15 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 35 Class Treasurer 1, 2, 33 Class Commit- tee 1, 2, 35 Northeastern District Concert 35 "Echoes". JASON HARRIS KESSEL Jav Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Last period studies. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A one-level building. I5 Bigelowg College CAROL ANN KEZER Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Favorite Pastime: Getting in and out of trouble. IV5 Meadowbrook5 Business Basketball. LISA MARTHA KIESSLING Lis Suppressed Desire: To get rid of my "A1lergy." Favorite Pastime: Taking the L-O-N-G way to school with Dick, joe and Bon. II5 Warreng College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3. Honeyfs sweet, and so are you 72 Dee DAVID GUERTIN KIRK Dave Suppressed Desire: To graduate from N. H. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Senior year. I: Day: College Legislature 2, 3: Home Room Manager 2: Orange Shield 3: Ice Hockey 1: P.T.S.A. Board of Di- rectors 2. DEANNA DOROTHY KLEIN Shirl Favorite Pastime: johnny Suppressed Desire: To become rich so I can support Al. Favorite Pastime: Doing nothing and resting afterwards. IV: Dorchester: College Dance Committee 3: Golf 1: Ten- nis 2: Archery 3: Orchesis 3: Century Class Representative 35 Bowling 3: Chorus 3. SHIRLEY ANN KLEIN Suppressed Desire: Hoping that the water in the tunnel gets deep enough so I can ride to classes on a gondola. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A hospital clean automat-style cafe- teria. II: Meadowbrook: College Legislature 3: Newtonite 2: Tiger- ama Committee 2: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 3: Junior Red Cross Council 2, 3: Archery 1, 2, 3: Badminton 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 2, 3: Girls' Chorus. JANE PAULA KLEINBERG Janie, Ricki Favorite Pastime: Being with B.K. and speaking to him on the phone. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Peterson: the crazy antics that went on in my Sophomore year in room 227. II: Meadowbrook: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 1: Badminton 1: Art Club 3: Cav- alry Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. Two little blaclcbirds sitting on a hilL 'Nu I XY fs. , 'X JOANN E KN EELAND Red Suppressed Desire: To keep that date with Nina. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: S- block lunches again. I: Weeks: College Newtonite 2: Orange Book 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance Commit- tee 3: French Club 3: Future Teachers 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 3. ELLEN BERNICE KOLIKOF Favorite Pastime: Trying to con- vince people thar I don't bleach my hair. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Dropping math. I: Bigelow: College Orange Shield 2: Newtonian 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: Future Teachers 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3. ELAINE MARGARET RAEMER Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The many, many howls! II: Bigelow: College Newtonite 2: Tigerama Commit- tee 2, 3: Social Board 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1: Dance Committee 2: Field Hockey 1: Chemistry Club 3: Music Club 1, 2: Outing Club 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1. DANIEL RICHARD KRINSKY Danny Suppressed Desire: I could go to jail for a thing like this. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 14 blue cards Cas of press timeh. I, II: Bigelow: College Legislature 3: Home Room Mana- ger 3: Orange Shield 2: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 3: Dance Committee 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2. MARK IRA KRONER Suppressed Desire: To CHIC r. Rogers smoking. Favorite Pastime: Reading other people's Newtoniter. I: Warren: College Legislature 3: Tigerama Commit- tee 2: Dance Committee 2, 3: Baseball 1: International Club 2: Math Club 2. JUDITH MARGARET KRO SCHELL Judy,Mrc ey, ur Suppressed Desire: To become a social director on the U.S.S. An- tietam. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A cigarette girl to carry signs with page numbers for lost students in Mr. Packard's class. II: Meadowbrook: College Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Rally Committee 3: Science Fair 2: Field Hockey 1: Archery 3: Badminton 1: Drama Committee 3: Outing Club 2, 3. lf I i ,Le U., v 3.4 .tw .1 'x ll 'Q..tN flfillul. Q? .L I 1 ' I fa' lg it 1" U 'T L . Steve I H 1 .... Mfg. ,LL, ..,.: , . sl K K F . -f H 1.1. . ..s:--,,,:-ease: - ::.f -' - 1f:'::" -s'g-...:- .v-: -- - Mgralyrllw- 2- .:4Qy,,,g,.g.f L 5 rj :uf -- 'es - .W fr A ff-- fr: ,Q Wisyffxas ,S Q E ,, ,S Nt Zfiwe, 1 at Q X W lg is K X 'X x 5 5 X 0 X 3 5 aI""l -. . iii 2 as gf' it 0' aw. . f x .?, E 25 , I A? S .- .," A:': M 'qlbl i ' . " H " If: l . S , S .li . :S i l it 5 S -.i it BROOKE KRUGER CHERYL KUEBLER MARTHA JEAN KUHNS Cousin Creek Chew, Kueb Marty Suppressed Desire: To be able to match wits with Mr. j. Harris. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The planning and successful comple- tion of Alfred E. Smith's cam- paign. I: Meadowbrook: College Newtonian 3: Stage Crew 3: De- bating Club 2: French Club 3: International Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2: Mathematics Club 1: Music Club 2, 3: Class Commit- tee 2: Centenary Committee 3. ...K Ji? f 1 ' T' QK x PHYLLIS DEANNE LAMKIN Phyu Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Ethier's Sophomore French Class. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: An- other S-block. I: Bigelow: College Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2: Tigerama Commit- tee 1, 2: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2: Associate Council 1. Suppressed Desire: To cheer in mud two inches deep. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cheering: the games: and all the fabulous people I've met. I: Warren: College Civics Committee 2, 3: Home Room Manager I, 2: Orange Shield 3: School Exchange 2: Newtonite 2: Tigerama Commit- ICC 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Cheer Leaders 2, Head 3: Ves- pers 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Basketball I: Tennis 1: Field Hockey 1: Music Club 2, 3' JUDITH ANN LANDRY Judie Favorite Pastime: The same thing it has been for 4 years - Bill. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day I receive my diploma. IV: Day: Business Rally Committee 1, 2: junior Red Cross Council 1: Archery 2: Soft- ball 1, 2: Home Economics Club 2. One named faclc and the other named .HIL Favorite Pastime: Marching Band at 7:30 A.M. on Tuesday and Thursday. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Running from 23A to 141. I: Weeks: College Newtonian 33 Ushers 1: Basket- ball 2, 3: Volley Ball 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: International Club 2: Outing Club 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 2, 3. STEPHEN LANDY . N Favorite Pastime: Working on the still in Cole's cellar. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The blast at last'year's Cranston game. I: Warren: College Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 2 : Chemistry Club 2: Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3. GUNTA LAPINS Blondie, Penny, Gunt Favorite Pastime: Listening to Mr. Hall waste time telling us how we waste time. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My teachers: all the wonderful kids and good times. I: Day: College Home Room Manager 1: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 1: Bad- minton 1, 2, 3: Softball 1, 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Library Club 1, 2, 3: S.O.S. 2, 3. ART R LESTER LAPPEN Favorite Pastime: eepmg. II: Warren: College ' Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. KENNETH JAMES LAPPIN Ken Suppressed Desire: To have a homeroom in any building except I. Favorite Pastime: Talking with the boys. II: Day: College Rally Committee 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2: Class Com- mittee 3. GERARD SHERMAN LAMKIN Jerry,Kosh Fondest Memory of N. H. S Playing basketball for N. H. S before 400 empty seats. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A larger gym for more seats to be unoccupied. I: Bigelow: College Legislature 1: Orange Shield 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2 3: Associate Council 2. :if-22 fff? 1 - .:':. , " 31 if I' IJ Q f A Q.. : gf . rg w Q K 4 'ilk 2115? ew gi Q .,,.y,,.,.. ........ . . .,.. , ,., lrg, ,,-. 1 . 5. , .5 A - 44, I ,. 'Q AP -an 1 3 rg' .. . .1-w-.-sa:-,iq fy" is S, . . . , Art "SY PETER N DALL LARSON Suppressed Desire: Not to have my car called a roller skate. Favorite Pastime: My Fiat. II: Day: College r . 'J -x X F, X, -v N -1 .1 .-13? f .f -el f EDWARD OHN LEARY Ned Suppressed Desire: To get a few A's Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Food instead of hot plates for lunch. II: Warren: College Ice Hockey 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Camera Club 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 3: Rifle Club 3. ARTHUR ROBERT LECKART Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being in the marching band. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Elimi- nate the red tape for being late to school, and for being marked absent from class, by mistake. I: Bigelow: College Mathematics Club 2, 3: Chess Club 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 2, 3. CHRISTOPHER S. LEE Porpoise, ris Favorite Pastime: Sports and the "47." Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Bring back S-block: student parking fa- cilities. Legislature 1, 2: Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonite 2: Tigerama Com- mittee 3: Football 1, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 2: Intramural Sports 1: Junior Prom: Class Committee 1. DIANE LEFKOWITH Suppressed esire: To get organ- izations with the girls. Favorite Pastime: Thinking about the things I shouldn't. II: Solomon Lewenberg: College Newtonian 2: Tigerama Commit- tee 2, 3: Rally Committee 3: Jun- ior Red Cross Council 2, 3: Dance Committee 2: Ushers 3: French Club 3: Future Teachers 3: Music Club 1, 2, 35 Senior Play 3: Junior Class Committee Representative: S.O.S. 1, 2, 3. KENNETH JOHN LEIGHTON Ken Suppressed Desire: To give out the late-to-school slips. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Smal- ler study halls. II: Day: Service Chess Club 1, 2, 3. HARPER AGUR LEAVITT, III Buddy, 2 t's Suppressed Desire: To be the first man on the moon. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Hazard. II: Warren: Service Orange Shield 2, 3: Aviation Club 1: Ski Club 2. vw f Aq - ANN MARIE LeMAY Suppressed Desire: o marry that certain someone. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Dance at Boston College in 1957. IV: Meadowbrook: Business Rally Committee 3: Leader Corps 1: Dance Committee 1: Ushers 1: Field Hockey 1: Archery 2: Out- ing Club 3: Personality Club 1: Centenary Committee 3. JOSEPH ALBERT LeBRUN joe, Brun Suppressed Desire: To own a trouble-free car. Favorite Pastime: Taking "vaca- tions" with Bon, Hang, and Lisa. II: Warren: College :.1 If lv! 1 N ,Q r jx K . ADELE HARRIETT LERMAN Suppressed Desire: o have all Alunches. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Fantabulous C?J Drama meetings. I: Warren: College Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2: Sen- ior Play 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Golf 2: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1. Fly away: lack: away .HIL ,al di" jim, Jimmie , sq dl' 3 'JK wi -br-fl f' L :' . ?-:lf ..,.r fin 3 X , 3. A 's Nj' I 4,3 st .. g ,C Of? BARBARA JALYE LIJIXLYDIX Barbie, Bobbie, Babs, Pech Suppressed Desire: To be able to get to the bus stop a little before the bus. Fondest Memory of N. H. S,: Mt. Verdun and 231. I, Meadowbrook, College Senior Play 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, junior Red Cross Coun- cil 1, 2, 3, Ushers 1, 2, Future Teachers 3, International Club 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 3, S.O.S. 2. LINDA ANNE LESER Lynny Suppressed Desire: To reland- scape the campus. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The snowball fight in my Junior Eng- lish class. I, Canton, College Newtonite 2, Tigerama Commit- tee 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Rally Com- mittee 2, 3, Dance Committee 3, Badminton 1, Drama Club 2, 3, International Club 3, Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Quartet - Seraneers. SYLVIA LESIEUR Chickie Suppressed Desire: To have eighty credits. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Verdun's home room. II, Saint Anne Academy, Business Tigerama Committee 1, Rally Committee 1, 2, Tennis 1, Bad- minton 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2, 3. COLE 'Di2wi?1'i 'LETTENEY Kihg Cole Favorite Pastime: Skiing, skindiv- ing, and dreaming of snowbunnies and mermaids. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The enriching exchange to D.C. and the great kids of both our schools. 1, Warren, College Legislature 3, Orange Shield 3, School Exchange 2, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 3, Chemistry Club 2, Mathemat- ics Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3. ROBERT STEPHEN LEVENSON Sam, Levy Suppressed Desire: To graduate and get out. Favorite Pastime: Checking over the stock at N. H. S. I, Day, College Newtonite 2, Senior Play 3, Jun- ior Red Cross Council 3, Motion Picture Squad 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Mathematics Club 2, Centenary Committee 3, Legislature Dance Refreshment Committee. ROBERT WILLIAM LEVIN Bob Suppressed Desire: To take out J.A. Favorite Pastime: Looking. II, Weeks, College Come agazh, lack, come agalh, HI! DAVID ALAN LEVINE Dave Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: A faux pas in Miss Waters' French class. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A sign designating the south side of the east-west corridor. I, Bigelow, College Civics Committee 3, Orange Book 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Cam- era Club 1, 2, Science Club 1, Newtonite Ad-layout Stal? 2, 3. fl lfz 1 ' , - 5,-.ir .1-- -. f , if--4 .Q ., f K' gm I is sits L. ES LEVINE Suppressed Desire: To trade in my lawnmower for a 1950 Stude- baker. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A new block for Band rehearsals in- stead of 7:30 A.M. I, Bigelow, College Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Baseball Manager 1, 2, 3, Mathematics Club 3, Music Club 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Cen- tenary Representative 3. MARSHALL DAVID LEVINE Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To be able to write English compositions the way Tom Martin does. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Ethier's sophomore French class and Miss Lanigan's junior and senior English classes. I, Warren, College Orange Book 2, Spring Musical 1, Vespers 2, International Club 1, 2, 3, Mathematics Club 1, 2, 3, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Chess Team 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, Band Ex- ecutive Committee 2. HOWARD ALAN LEVINE Howie Suppressed Desire: To keep N. H. S. No. 1 in the U.S.A. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Tigerama, Mr. Hawkes, Football games, 1958 Motorcacle. I, Meadowbrook, College Honor Society Z, 3, Legislature 1, Orange Shield 3, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3, Spring Musi- cal 1, 2, 3, Social Board 2, Ves- pers 2, 3, Football Varsity Coach's Aide 1, 2, 3: Class Vice President 2, Junior Prom Co-chairman 2, Class Committee 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, P.T.S.A. Board 3. " .., f, N , . a',z2?,?2?' 2533252 .11 2 ff'i'W.A1' sig RAIDA ANN LEVINE Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Trying to eat my lunch without an S-block. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A system whereby the bells and the clock coincide. I: Weeks: College Newtonian 3: Newtonite 1, 23 Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Rally Committee 1, 2: Ushers 1, 23 Eng- lish Club 23 French Club 13 Mu- sic Club l, 2: Outing Club 2. ARNOLD STEPHEN LEVY Arnie, Lev, Duke Suppressed Desire: To park my car on the lawn of Building II during school. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Hanging on the corner giving "ape calls" to passing girls. II: Parlin J. H., Everett, College Civics Committee 33 Orange Shield 2, 33 junior Red Cross Council 2, 33 Anti-Smoking Com- mittee 3: Motion Picture Squad 33 Camera Club 33 Rifle Club 33 Sophomore Record Hop Host 33 P.T.S.A. 1, 2, 3. .513-i' " 1 , .41 4 F: I 'O' ' ai WI, 'QA 'YK ROGER ALAN LEVINE Favorite Pastime: Coffee breaks during gym. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A miniature Jack's replacing the cafeteria. II: Warren: College junior Red Cross Council 33 Anti- Smoking Committee 3: Motion Picture Squad 3: Camera Club 1, 33 Radio Club 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club 3: P.T.S.A. 1, 2, 3. MARY SUSAN LEVINS Suppressed Desire: I wouldn't tell. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Cranston game in my Junior year. Ig Meadowbrook: College Tigerama Committee 33 Senior Play 33 Drama Festival 2: Future Teachers 1, 3g Music Club 2, 3. The North Whd doth blow, WILLIAM RUSSELL LEWIS IIIB FAYE JOAN LICHTENSTEIN ichy, Lich Favorite Pastime: Going over to the K.P.P. and always being wel- come. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being one of the big three. II3 Bigelow: College Rally Committee 1: Basketball 1, 25 Volley Ball 13 Music Club 1, 2, 3g Girls' Chorus 1, 2. LAUREN CE LI ERMAN Laurie Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Favorite Pastime: Doing nothing. II: Weeks: College Junior Red Cross Council 33 Mo- tion Picture Squad 33 Aviation Club 1. NANCY DUTTON LILLIS Suppressed Destre: To de-pigeon- ize Building II. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The friends I have made. II: Bigelow: College Legislature l, 2: Civics Board 33 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 33 Ral- ly Committee 1, 2: Cheer Leaders 3: junior Red Cross Council 2, 33 Leader Corps 2: Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, 33 Basketball 13 Ten- nis 1: Field Hockey 13 Softball 1: Drama Club 33 Music Club 2, 33 Outing Club 2, 33 A Cappella Choir 13 Newtonian Representa- tive 23 junior Red Cross Treas- urer. JERRY ROGER LITZERMAN Frog Suppressed Desire: To teach Mr. White's Math class. Favorite Pastime: Dodging the girls in the lunchroom. IIIA3 Bigelow: College Basketball 33 Rifle Club 33 A.A. 1, 2. GEORGE JOHN LIVIERATOS Suppressed Desire: To be the first one to travel through space in a commercial plane. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Push button education system. I: Dorchester High: College license. MERNA LOBEL Favorite Pastime: Our little get- togethers. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My English class with "that old gang of mine." I3 Meadowbrook3 College Tigerama Committee 13 Senior Play 33 Spring Musical 33 Drama Festival 2, 33 Rally Committee 2, 33 Ushers l3 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 English Club 13 French Club 13 International Club 1, 2g Latin Club 1, 2, 3. Q , 35? . XQD' igONY Q 5-J , AR 1 V' 606 :fQ5QncerS wton g:1pp esire: To d ' exit-f pl, nkt rough Build' g S Fooxdest Megryigg N. H z iwYFost 3' ir Hand' II af , i Base lg. o ' usic Club 3. CARL MICHAEL LOMBARDO Suppressed Desire: To go to Georgia Tech and play football. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Playing football in my senior year. II3 Dayg College Orange Shield 33 Football 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM WONSON LOWERY Bill Suppressed Desire: To get an "A" from Miss South. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Sobel's English class. I3 Meadowbrook: College Home Room Manager 2, 33 Ush- ers 23 Music Club 33 Football Scoreboard 2. ELIZABETH LUBE iz Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My two glorious years with Ma- dame Neufeld. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More ivy-league teachers. I3 Weeks, College I - Legislature 2g Civics Committee 33 Orange Shield 33 Newtonian 33 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 33 Spring Musical lg Rally Commit- tee 1, 2, 33 Cheer Leaders 33 Ves- pers 2, 33 Anti-Smoking Commit- tee 33 Dance Committee 1, 2, 33 Ushers 23 Centenary Committee 33 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 33 Bas- ketball 23 Volley Ball 23 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 33 Drama Club 1, 2, 33 French Club 23 Latin Club 13 Music Club I, 2, 3. THOMAS MARTIN LYNCH Tom Favorite Pastime: Watching the Bruins. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Senior year. II3 St. Mary's3 College Baseball 3. DEBORAH ANNE LY'I'I'LE Debbie, Little one Suppressed Desire: To be 5'5". Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Stan Kenton played in all study halls. II3 Warreng College Home Room Manager 2g Future Teachers 33 Outing Club 3. JAMES LESLIE MacCAUSLAND Jim, Sandy, ac Favorite Pastime: Water skiing with L.A. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Driver's Ed. with L.A., and Miss Titcomb's study halls. II3 Weeksg College Legislature 1, 2g Science Fair 13 Basketball lg Track, Outdoor 1, 2g Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2: Rifle 1. KRILYN MacI.EAN Suppressed Desire: o as near to my college degree as I am to my H.S. diploma. Favorite Pastime: Etudiant le francais - oh brother! II3 Weeksg College Rally Committee 2, 33 Ushers 33 Art Club 33 French Club 33 Fu- ture Teachers 33 Music Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 23 Junior Class Committeeg Girls' Chorus 1. Qucumber Suppressed Desire: To get my CAROL ANN ACOMBER Favorite Pastime: Walking through the halls of the trade shops.. IVQ Warreng Business Home Room Manager lg Orange Shield 1, 23 Rally Committee 1. And we shall have snow, 25'Si'MTBli EE2'I151l4i1KIai'M-,TQ7535 i 1 f J - Sue, Twinnie REVA MAGERER Twinnie Suppressed Desire: Not to be called Sue. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: To have row boats in the tunnels on rainy days or air-conditioned tun- nels. II: Brookline: College Newtonite 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Ushers 1, 2: Softball 1, 2, 3: Music Club l, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. SUSAN MAGERER Annie Suppressed Desire: Not to be called Reva. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Eating breakfast in the car at 7:30 A.M. II: Brookline: College Newtonite 35 Ushers 1, 2: Golf 1: Archery 1: Softball 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2: Outing Club I, 2, 3. ANN MARIE MAGNARELLI Judy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: A certain room in Building I. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: All classes on the first. floor. II: Day: College Field Hockey 1: Badminton 2: Volley Ball 1: Outing Club 3: Tigerama Hostess 3. MAGNER Suppressed DesirETo make Don and Robin keep their promise. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Everyone and everything at N. H. S.: the day we swam to Everett. l: Meadowbrook: College Legislature 2: Orange Shield 3: Class Committee 3: Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee I, 2, 3: Leader Corps 2: Dance Committee 2, 3: Ushers 1: Fencing 1, 2, 3: Music Club 2: Orchesis 1: Outing Club. And what will poor Robzh do then Poor thzhg. HENRY RICHARD MAGUIRE Hankas, Hon Suppressed Desire: To have a pur- ple convertible. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Stone's and Miss Titcomb's CIEISSCS. II: Weeks: College Hunting and Fishing I, 2, 3: Per- sonality Club 1, 2: Radio 1. SUZANN E DOLORES MAGUIRE Favorite Pastime: Dropping my baton. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Everyone: me game we swam to. I: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 3: New- tonite 2, 3: Class Committee 1: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 1, Vice President 2, 3: Representative to the Na- tional Convention of Red Cross: Leader Corps 3: Dance Committee 1, 2: Ushers 1: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Drum Majorette 3: Music Club 1, 2: Orchesis 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 3. ANN MURRAY MAHONEY Nancy Suppressed Desire: Not to be con- fused with Nancy. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Green Pastures." I: Weeks: College Newtonian 3: Newtonite l, 2, 3, Circulation Staff Chairman 2, 3: S.O.S. 1, 2, 3: Senior Play 3, Chairman of Properties 3: Drama Festival 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3, Chairman of Cheering Section 3: Tennis 2: Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. RICHARD DANIEL MAHONEY Mahonkey, Dan Suppressed Desire: To get out of this Place. Favorite Pastime: Coffee at Ho jo's and Mac's. IIIA: Meadowbrook: Service Administrative Aids 1, 2. JUDITH SUSAN MALONE Judy Favorite Pastime: Being an "Au- burndale girl." Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: N. H. S. in next 100 years: To have more "Nebish" parties. II: Mt. Alvernia Academy: College Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 2: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 3: Anti-Smoking Com- mittee 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Archery 2, 3: Outing Club 2, 3. LYNDA MARY MALONEY Suppressed Desire: enn. State weekend. Favorite Pastime: Bombin' around with the girls. I: Our Lady's: College Civics Committee 3: Rally Com- mittee 3: Tennis 3: Future Teach- ers 3: Outing Club 3: Centenary f'A-...ai .... '1 EDWARD MANDELL Favorite Pastime: Sleeping. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Skipping S-block. Ig Warren: College Science Fair lg Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: English Club 2, 31 Rifle Club 1. . 3 t MQ . .2 Q ws ,wks FRANK PEN LEY MANLEY Favorite Pastime: Building kits. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Aerial passageways between the build- ings. Ig Mount Hermong College Drama Board 25 Stage Crew 23 Tennis 1, 2, Aviation Club 33 International Club 1, 2, 3. ,. ,xki N. :mr 5:2 Q2-.12 si 5 , f:f1:SliSiI2NTfi1'f'l X ' 3 i:fKffri:?sE'i"-I'-s f' . . X fr' .eve . st if 5 , A siai .- Q. ,Q V554 A X , . ,h-as - 2,1151 A ft Y' l 'K 4 ADRIANNE -MANSON ut Hill Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Everyone and everything, the day we swam to Everett. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More teachers like Mr. Knapman. II, Weeks, College Legislature 1, 33 Orange Shield 2: Newtonite 1, 2, 33 Tigerama Committee 2, 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee 2, 35 Ushers 1, 35 Fencing 2, 3: Music Club 2, Orchesis 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 2, 3. JOHN JOSEPH MARCHETTI Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior Gym Class. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Shorter days and less homework. IIIAQ Bigelow: Business A.A. 1, 2, 4. He 'll sit lh the barn l ,Q STEPHEN HOWARD MANN Boog-tiger Favorite Pastime: Selling elevator tickets. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Saving a parking space for Glenn in front of Building III. II, Weeks: College Home Room Manager 13 Drama Festival 35 Science Fair 35 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 33 Drama Club 1, 35 Arts Festival. KATHERINE DEMETRA MARKEN Kay Favorite Pastime: Keeping tele- phone lines busy between Marken and Cocotas Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "0166." IV, Weeks, College Rally Committee 2, 35 Girls' Cho' rus 1: Mixed Chorus 35 Senior Play 33 Badminton 1, 3: Drama Club 3: English Club 35 French Club 1, Music Club 2: Outing Club 2, 3. RICHARD DICKINSON Rich Suppressed Desire: To have a last period study. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Listenin to 2312 stud teacher g Y page Alfred E. Newman. II: Weeks, College Basketball lg Track, Indoor 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2. ROBIN LESLIE MARSH Rob, Robbie Suppressed Desire: To make Don and Judy keep their promise. Favorite Pastime: Watching the clock with Joanne in chemistry class. Il: Warren, College Civics Committee 3: Class Com- mittee 2g Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Spring Musical 1: Spring Arts Festival 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 35 Leader Corps 2: Dance Committee 2, 3, Fencing 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, Drama Club 1, 25 Music Club 1, 2, 33 Orchesis 1, 2, 3' THOMAS HENRY MARTIN Fondest Memory o N. H. S.. "Antigone." Ig Day: College National Honor Society 2, 3, Pres- ident 35 Legislature 1: Home Room Manager 25 Orange Shield 3: Drama Festival 1, 2, 3: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 1, Chemistry Club 2, Associates Fnnnril 7' I-Ipinrvnlmnn Awnrrl 7 lf . lily' CHARLES PATRICK MANNING Chuc Suppressed Desire: T Hingston's bell and sheet. Fondest Memory of Trying to make it to ton's on time after Carole. IHA: Weeks, Service Mft' ,rs w ' at ' x 3 ,Q si? ., 1 yr 'E Il dl PATRICIA ANN MARUCCI Patty Suppressed Desire: To take a trip on a ship. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Jun- ior year in Miss Folley's classes. IV: Warren: Business Swimming Club 3. 1'-Q '76 , -. .5 ' bfi? 1 '1 ,V ' , , JUNE ANN MASSICOTT Scottie Suppressed Desire: To catch a falling star. ' Favorite Pastime: Receiving those free navigation lessons in the blue '53. Ilg Warren: College Legislature 2: Tigerama Commit- tee l, 2, 3, Vespers 1, 2, 3: Cam- era Club 2: Music Club 1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. FRANK W. MAURER, JR. Favorite Pastime: Playing bass in a good jazz trio. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A new text book for Miss Waters. I, Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Senior Play lg Ves- pers 1, 2, 3, Spring Musical 1, 35 Science Fair lg Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 2, Dance Band 2, 3, All-State Orchestra 2, Riile Club 2. ALAN LESLIE MAYCOCK Tex Suppressed Desire: To teach these Yankees to talk properly. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: The roomy and fragrant cafeteria en- larged and deodorized. Ig Austin High School, Texas: Col- lege. Class Committee 3: Science Fair 39 Baseball 33 Marching Band 2g Concert Band 2, 3: Dance Band 2. HELAINE LEE MAYSLES I Measles, Spook Suppressed Desire: To walk into "jack's" on a Friday night with my "Chief," Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Fixed scales in gym classes in order to register the weight you'd like to be, not the weight you are. Ig Weeks, College Newtonite 3: English Club 3. JOSEPH ANTHONY MAZZOLA The Clutch Burner Suppressed Desire: To fill all the water fountains with Coke. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Build- ing II as a Senior parking lot, and a 3 hour week. II: Bigelow: Business EMMA LUCY MASTROIANNI Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Chewing gum in Mr. Sutherland's class. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: To have all male teachers. IV, Warren: Business CHRISTOPHER GEORGE AN George, Stumpy, Chris Suppressed Desire: To open a toll- gate selling passes to the ville. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Having my homeroom in Build- ing I for four years. I, II, Warren: College Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Wrestl. ing lg Weight Lifting 1. 'M r g 1 5 1 l II '. , ,5Tif.ii: ",v 'J ,Fi I 'f A .I fs? gig, in Jie! HYHQS ,g kkffglfv 5FLioc.w.C't ,ra NYCQJ U -1 : E ' 4 I I K xb6h7Xxl. , ' ' q ii rj? Q ff A 'ff , laude uct 1 'Q 3 - ,xgxm - LQ, L CHA CNCDEEQ Kettler' - l VINCENT JosEPH ,Xb CATHERINE JUNE MAZZOLA ,X Y: . MSl.gi g, l. -' Muz px i er. r ,A..Sk' Qsef i Suppressed Desire: Bring back S- lc! ei To' SWF 05 block lunch and Elm Road park- the toPm05t Sgle OS ?u'lfhF'B61 ing- Q I Cqiiggfihsrgaqgx tad v we to t ll Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The fu 3 U If- , A Dlunchfims. -- Fiffoflfeu wmv ,Beading we I: Meadowbrook, College YQ M -Cuffem' GC eefs .With RJ- ' National Honor Society 2, 3g 2 'k' H?DaY' 'O ege . Ti era Cornmi e 1, , :Ral- Track, Indoor 1, Track, Outdoor W l.XwVi651l'Enee 1725: Juiigr-Red Cross Council 1' Ang-Smoking 3gfDag5 Commit- Ll 5, e ,. gdSc ence Fair glennis 4 I 1, 3: Ba miqton Ag kit I lg ci' H 1 M 'Ttlub 4, 125- 639'-Pas 11 l Xxufbciiif 2, 3. 'O my If,-if My GLXLQ l . . 1 - ki ka, t, To keep hlmsey warm, Qi x ' x 'Wall . Q la . ,zzz T553 A Q 0 -1? ,..a.,,, his w51"'x 'W AMY ELIZABETH MCAULIF FE Suppressed Desire: To get a blue card. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the great kids in the Century Class. II: Bigelow: College Legislature 2: Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Sen- ior Play 3: Rally Committee 3: Junior Red Cross Council 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3: Tennis 1: Outing Club 3: A Cappella Choir 1: Class Committee 3. DAVID WILLIAM MCBURN EY Groge Favorite Pastime: Riding in Pete's Roller Skate. ll: Day: Business Newtonite 2: Orange Book 1. JAMES CLEMENT MCCANN jim Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: 6- lane tunnels. I: Somerville: College Ushers 3: Centenary Committee 3. PAUL FRANCIS Suppressed Desire: To have an- other party in Mr. Goldman's room. Favorite Pastime: Getting all A's in Mr. Packard's German class. ll: Bigelow: College Orange Book 2: Science Fair 1: Camera Club 1: Radio Club 1, 2, 3. ' UEL MCCLARY Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Eating four lunches. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Ele- vators in all three buildings. IIIA: Warren: Service Basketball 2: Track, Indoor 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2. JOHN MILLS MCCLINTOCK Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Voicing "opinions" to Mr. Sil- luzio. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. inf'nezn'100 years: The transfusion of N. H. S. into an olive grove. I: Dublin School: College Homeroom Manager 2: Ushers 3, Captain: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Debating Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Tusitala 2, 3: A.F.S. Com- mittee 3g Sophomore Class Com- mittee 1. And hlkle his head under his wlhg. Poor fhlilg. SUSAN ANNE MCCLOSKEY Sue, Susie, Red Favorite Pastime: Listening to the "Adventures of Broadway Charlie" in 114. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "- In the snowe: Wind must blowe: We must goe: Because of Joe." By Zorroe. II: Warren: College Tigerama Committee 2: Senior Play 3: Dance Committee 2: Ush- ers 3. ELLEN MARIE MCCUE Suppressed Desire: To get A's in math and history. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: No parking on Walnut St. but a big- ger parking lot on Elm in back of Building II. II: Mr. Alvernia Academy: College Basketball 2: Tennis 3: Field Hoc- key 2: Volley Ball 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3. GLADYS LOUISE MCCULLOUGH Glady, Buzz Favorite Pastime: Sending for col- lege bulletins. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The spirit at the football games. I: Antrim High: College Legislature 3: Rally Committee 3: Tennis 2: Centenary Committee 3: Football Homecoming 3. ARTHUR EUGENE MCCOY Gene, Okie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Senior English with Mr. Harris. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A radiator in room 1202 that doesn't spray water. Il: Edison High School, Okla- homa: College LORRAINE ELIZABETH MCGOVERN Suppressed Desire: To see more Nebish parties??? Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Junior year, the football games, and the many howls. IV: Warren: Business Orange Book 1: Rally Commit- tee 1, 2, 3: Archery 3: Softball 1, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Orchesis 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Make- up Committee 1, 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. HERBERT GEORGE MCKINNEY Herb, Herby Favorite Pastime: Anything but home work. I: Day: College Home Room Manager 2: Science Club 2. A ' if. g lv , xg f . gv I . r I 1571, - ' ' izfff-gf . K 1 - . 1 "' 9 - I . . l ' :-fa F ' ' ' if s S ss, tal! " I .J . 'N I le 'tr- .Milf . .- 1 l CAROLYN MARIE MCGRATH Suppressed Desire: To be a model. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: New elevators to replace the worn out ones. II: Meadowbrook: College Newtonite 1: Tigerama Commit- tee 1, 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Anti-Smoking Committee 1, 2: Ushers 1, 3: Badminton 1. LIND RUTH MCKENNEY in Suppressed Desire: To play quar- terback for the Newton High Vat- sity. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Yarmouth Exchange. I: Day: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: School Ex- change 2: Newtonian 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Library Club 1: Music Club 2, 3: Centenary Com- mittee 3. Slhg a song of szlrpence, LIP' ' af ,- EVERT JOHN MCLAUGHLIN Pudgie, Mac Favorite Pastime: Playing basket- ball. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Hopping fences at football games. IV: Day: Service LAWRENCE GEORGE MCLAUGHLIN Larry Suppressed Desire: To make a million dollars. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Graduation. IIIA: Haverhill Trade School: College Civics Committee: Administrative Aids. KEVIN JOSEPH MCMULLEN Suppressed Desire: To graduate and not end up at N.J.C. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A longer lunch period so you can finish your lunch without having to take two lunches. II: Day: College Legislature 3: Anti-Smoking Com- mittee 2, 3: Baseball 3: Basketball 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: In- ternational Club 3. MAUREEN RUTH MCMULLEN Suppressed Desire: To own a con- vertible. Favorite Pastime: The parties at Hampton Beach. IV: Warren: Business Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Vespers 3: Anti-Smoking Committee 3: Vol- ley Ball 1. MARTHA CATHERINE MEANEY Favorite Pastime: ing an "Au- burndale girl." Changes I would like to see in next 100 years: More Nebish par- ties. I: Warren: College Legislature 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2: Rally Commit- tee 2, 3: Dance Committee 2: Ushers 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1: Chorus 1, 2: Tennis 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. PAUL EDWARD MELANSON Minny Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Not going. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A little less crowding. II: Warren: College Football 1. 2. 17 1-:ig ,E A giiff, . 9 g I :Fill SAUL MENDELSON IV JOEL HENRY MESHORER Hank Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Math in 127. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: An- other three buildings. Ig Bigelow: College Track, Indoor 33 Track, Outdoor 39 Intramural Sports 2, 3: Motion Picture Squad 39 Debating Club 2, 35 Meteorology Club 33 Spanish Club 2, 35 Chess Club, Chess Team. MARY MICHAELS Suppressed Desire: To make Al- fred E. Neuman worry. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Getting all A's. Ig Bigelow, College Tigerama Committee 1, 2g Sen- ior Play 33 Class Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 3, Girls' Cho- rus lg Dance Committee 25 jun- ior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3. LEE BYER MILNER Suppressed Desire :' TdfirioveiN.H. to D.C. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: j.C. Hall's class and clatter. Ig Weeks, College Legislature 1: Homeroom Man- ager lg School Exchange 29 Tiger- ama Committee, Finance Chair- man Z, 3, Senior Play 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, Chemistry Club 2, 3. HARRIETTE FERNE MINTZ Newton Centre Ferne Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The close calls with Mrs. Olin and the janitor. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Two hour lunches and ten minute per- iods. Ig Weeks, College Home Room Manager 2, 3: New- tonite 3, Tigerama Committee 3, Anti-Smoking Committee 3: Dance Committee 2, Ushers 39 Tennis 3: English Club 35 French Club 35 International Club 25 Mu- sic Club 1, 3, Spanish Club 3. SUSAN OAN MIRKIN Sue Favorite Pastime: Hoping I won't get caught eating my lunch early. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Silluzio and his "funny" jokes. II, Weeks: Business Tennis 33 Archery 2, Badminton 3. BRENDA SUE FFIE Moth, Mothballs Suppressed Desire: Bombing from here to there in my hot Pontiac to see a certain D.M. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those fabulous Fridays with Ger- ry. IV, Weeks, College junior Red Cross Council 2, 33 Cavalry Club 33 S.O.S. 1, 2. RONALD M. MOLLICA Fondest emory of N. H. S.: Always being late to class. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Radios in studies. IIIB, Waltham, Service PAUL BENN ET MONROE Favorite P stime: Anyt ing not having to do with work. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day a pigeon flew into Mr. Kesselheim's Physics class. II, Warren: College Chess Club 2, 33 Boys' Chorus 1: A Cappella Choir 2, 3. ROBERT HAROLD MONTGOMERY Bob, Monty Fondest Memory of N. H. S Homeroom in 11 1. II, Day: College A pocket full of rye. ' 3725393 PHILIP STEPHEN MORAN Phil EDWARD MELLUS MOODY Ed Suppressed Desire: To pass His- tory. Favorite Pastime: Driving to New York. I: Warren: College Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 2, 3: Ice Hockey 3: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2. ll' In A 'l I sf? Suppressed Desire: To see more New Year's parties. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: One big blast: Prom Season 1958. Il: Day: College Home Room Manager 2: Orange Shield 2, 34 Anti-Smoking Com- SUSAN EDITH MORRIS ' Sue mittee 1, 2, 3: Baseball 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3g Golf 2, 3. LYMAN PERRY MORRILL Suppressed Desire: To swap my Model A for Ivy Nesson's Cor- Vette. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Goldman's lectures. I: Day, College Aviation Club 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3, Rifle Club 3. .2 ' 4 wh . 75, Suppressed Desire: To roller skate through the tunnels. Favorite Pastime: Wishing for those S-block lunches. I, II: Day: College Legislature 2, Rally Committee 35 Dance Committee lg Tennis 39 Bowling 2, 3: French Club 3. Four and twenty blaclcbirds baked hz a pie. - Hllliilllli WILLIAM ALBERT MORRIS Bill Favorite Pastime: Trying to act like Prince Paul. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Weeekend blasts in the old "Dodge". Ig Weeks: College Legislature 1, 3: Tigerama Com- mittee lg Senior Play 3g Dance Committee 2, Football lg Intra- mural Sports I, 3. GARRETT LOUIS MORRISON Suppressed Desire: To get one report card my father liked. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My four studies in a row on Thursday. I, Weeks: College tball 1, 25 Track, Indoor 1, , 35 Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3. ELIZABETH MORRISSEY Betty Favorite Pastime: Up the coffee shop with the girls. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Walking through the tunnels. IIIB: Day: Business HARVEY EDWARD , MORSE Harv Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Our luxurious, spacious, uncrowded cafeteria. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Rub- ber boats in the tunnels. II, Meadowbrook, College Junior Red Cross Council 1: Sci- ence Fair Zg Basketball 2, Intra- mural Sports 1, Radio Club 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 1, 2, 33 Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3. FRANCIS PETER MOSCATO Mosquito Favorite Pastime: Discussing cur- rent events. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The football team entering the field and working out. IIIB: Day, Service VER SUSAN MOSTOW Vici, Vickie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior homeroom in 235. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Row boats for the tunnels. II: Roxbury Memorial: College Golf 3g Tennis 35 Cavalry Club 2. 3. 'LTI -fffY.:f"f,"l7'f', . .4 v- " ' 2' '- if 9112 41 "inf ' -l ,lf 5 4 EW., , .M .L,. .f ., I? is f 5 3 V11 4 lol, ' I tit H511 1 fl' all if in ,e .ff 'I ,fx jf, y 'I 15, :.,-,'y:Agl'iX' X , ,mu d Ever ' 5 ,Q . Judy, Judes 5. :yogi .2 . . xi .XP fin ,f il 3 MARYANN MOTHERWAY Suppressed Desire: To have a real tiger at a home football game. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Just to see the next 100 years! II: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Ushers 3: Science Fair 2: Chemistry Club 3: Latin Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: S.O.S. 2. 411. KENNETH R. MURRAY Favorite Pastime: Arguing with Frisby. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Toscano looking for his keys. IIIA: Lincoln: Service A.A. JOSEPH CHESTER MULLEN Jas' Favorite Pastime: Girls. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Summer vacation. II: Boston College High: College Senior Play 3. JOEL MYERSON Suppressed Desire: To have a re- served parking place on Walnut St. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: 364 day summer vacation. I: Meadowbrook: College Newtonite 2, 3, Assistant Sports Editor 3: Music Club 1, 25 Junior Class Committee 2. When the PIE was openeal LOIS MURDOCK Suppressed Desire: Only one per- son knows. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being called "Loyce" by Miss South. I: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 2: Senior Play 3: Ushers 2: Tennis 3: French Club 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers 1: International Club 2, 3: Latin Club 1. JUDITH NADELI. CHARLES RICHARD MURPHY Newton Centre Dick, Murph Favorite Pastime: Trying to gr a date. Fondest Memory of N. H. S. Graduation. II: Meadowbrook: College Home Room Manager 2: Orang Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Committe 3: Rally Committee 3: Baseba. 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1: Football 1 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Cavalt Club 1: Rifle Club 1, 2: Senio Class Committee: Ice Hockey 2, E Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Junior year U.S. History. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Re- volving doors. I: Weeks: College Legislature 1: Home Room Man- ager 1: Orange Shield 2: New- tonian 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Senior Play 3: Rally Commit- tee 1: Junior Red Cross Council 15 Dance .Committee 1, 2: Ten- nis 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: English Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers 1, 2, 3: International Club 1: Latin Club 51 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing .xx A Club 1, 2. A Aw X 5 T I JUDITH RENA NARDONE . ..,, V, Judy Suppressed Desire: To live until r 1963. V Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 1, -t.: A "Joe and Nemo's" after the Jun- X t 'li if t ior Prom. I: Meadowbrook: College Rally Committee 2, 3: Ushers 1: Music Club 3. GERALD BRUCE NATELSON Je,-ry Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mrs. Lee's English class. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Faster elevators. II: New Bedford: College 12' 3 MYRNA L. NATOL - Suppressed Desire: To be able to water-ski. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore year. I: Weeks: College Legislature 3: Home Room Man- ager 2: Orange Shield 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Leader Corps 1: Volley Ball 2: French Club 1, 2, ff 3: Future Teachers 33 Music Club W 1,2,3:Orchesis1,2. ' N. .f 34 BURGESS STANLEY NEEDLE Burge Suppressed Desire: To go home for lunch. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The tunnels. l: Day: College English Club 3: Meteorology Club 3: Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2. .3 A 'lfg irg la . X ...- - -1' n O 4. 1 .5 - . , sb ' rl . W. as ' ' l 41. ROBERT BARCLEY NEILSON Nelly Suppressed Desire: To spend an- other summer at R.P.C. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day Mr. Rogers caught me climb- ing in Mr. Packard's window. II: Day: College Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. JERRY RAYNALD NELSON Suppressed Desire: To park on the Building III front lawn. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day the rubbish truck dumped its full load on Elm Rd. II: Warren: Business Ushers: Class Committee 1. JUDITH ANNE NELSON Judy Suppressed Desire: To see the sun shine on June 28, 1959, Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next lC"l years: Cad- dies to carry the students' books. II: Warren: Business Music Club 1, 2: Marching and Concert Bands 1, 2: Orchestra 3. NEIL E. NELSON Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To quit school. Favorite Pastime: Getting back into school. Il: Weeks: Service Anti-Smoking Committee 2, 3. IVY F. NESSON Newton Centre Miss Corvette Suppressed Desire: To be sixteen the rest of my life. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Uni- forms that do the cheer leaders justice. l: Warren: College Legislature l, 2: Civics Commit- tee 33 Home Room Manager 39 Orange Shield 33 Newtonian 35 Tigerama Committee 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Cheer Leaders 3: Basketball 2, 3: Field Hockey 1: Softball 1: Volley Ball 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: English Club 1, 2, 33 French Club 1, 2, 35 Future Teachers 2, 3: Latin Club l, 2: Outing Club 2, 3. A 4 : V? ,S J 4 '.- KW ' :- BASIL N ELLOS Golden Greek Suppressed Desire: To split an atom in Mr. Goldman's chemis- try class. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Blowing up Mr. Stephens' radia- tor. I: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager l, 2: Or- ange Shield 35 Baseball l, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Football 2: Latin Club 1: Class Committee 3. ii? f' f N . Qui, -3' ws" f 9' 'f "' f - A 'F 'I 'ff 1 i MARILYN D NEWELL Minnie Suppressed Desire: To help in the care of mentally retarded children. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss McGuire. II: jerimiah E. Burke: College GORDON MYRON NELSO Flash, rro, urtis, Gordo, Stretch Favorite Pastime: It must be schoolwork - I seem to have time for nothing else! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Harris' ever-smiling countenance! I: Brookline: College Newtonian 3: Basketball 2: Chem- istry Club 31 Debating Club 2, 33 International Club 2, 3: Class Committee Alternate 3. -7 DOROTHY NEWMAN Dotti Suppressed Desire: To date a pro- fessional dancer. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: English class with Mr. Sobel. I: Bigelow: College Legislature 2: Newtonian 1: Sen- ior Play 3: Dance Committee 1: Ushers 1: Golf 2: Tennis 3: Arch- ery l: Drama Club 3: English Club 2: French Club 2: Future Teachers 2, 3: Latin Club 1: Mu- sic Club 1, 2, 3. Wie' birds began to slhg. W f f 43 --.tt H- Ml 4. M yn, mm A -ff if t tw at .- 'wily Y i gtg.. A "' ,aw X. x Ka. 4 8 . " I f id iw-1 wwf: - . .-.fzeiflm me lf, ,. ivy- ' ALFRED E. NEWTON 1959 Coznowski St. East Rangoon, Saturn Mad Suppressed Desire: To stop wor- rying. Favorite Pastime: Worrying. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Reading Mad Magazine in Eng- lish class. -X15 Concord Reformatory National Dishonor Society 2, 6, Orange Peal 2, 5, 63 Little Black Book 3, 4, 53 Cheer Leaders 2, 3, 5, 65 Goodminton 1, 3, 4, 6: Orchesis 3, 6, Personality 1, 4, 53 Bookbinding Club 3, 5, 6: Intra- mural Gnip Gnop 2, 3, 5. EMILY FAITH NEWTON Emmy Suppressed Desire: To shoot peo- ple who say, "Oh! Emmy Newton from Newton". Favorite Pastime: Looking for J.D. Ig Warren: College Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Cheer Leaders 2, 35 Dance Com- mittee 2g Drama Club 2: Orch- esis 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 39 Girls' Chorus lg junior Class Committee. PAUL WILLIAM NICHOLS Nick Suppressed Desire: To make Mr. Anderson a five dollar computer. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Eating S-block lunch. W'asn't that a dainty dish to set before the K mg? PETER TONY NOTTONSON Pete Suppressed Desire: To see the "DEL" beat out the "CORV." Favorite Pastime: JOANIE! Ig New Preparatory, College Home Room Manager 2: Orange Shield 2: Baseball 2, 35 Intramural Sports 2, 33 Cavalry Club 2, 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3: Rifle Club 2, 3. I: Warren: College Science Fair 33 Radio Club 1, 3. LLEN SU TENSON Red, Ellsworth, El Favorite Pastime: Those S.N. Ses- sions. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sophomore year. II: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Tennis 33 Cavalry Club 2, 3, English Club 2: French Club 3: Inu re Teachers 347 Music Club L, 2' ,Ju 'l . Alf --are KENNETH J. NOVACK Ken Suppressed Desire: To understand Mr. John Harris. Changes I would like to see at N. I-I. S. in next 100 years: A secretary for Dr. Peltier. I: Weeks, College Civics Committee 33 Orange Shield 2, 35 School Exchange 2: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2: De- bating Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2. l I l . 1 . l ,C 5 , fl fl t gggg ggg -A I A fl 1 . it t s in-'WM I . X cr my DIA JANOBILE l p cr-mnuas GORDON ll X - I ,N Q . it ,k 4, I . J it g Q A- I, NUTTING - 1 J au x KE , ,r : 'if'-Y. 7 I l K F ndest o ' S.: Mr. il ll 5 Charlie af.. pyzi 3 it Harri? story lasses. 0, .Q Suppressed Desire: To enioy life. N'-1. ft .N X ' IV: D , B i ssl 0 J I ,' Favorite Pastime: Waiting for the - Azz , ,J 'Ra yf o itt 62, 3 ery 13 l 2:45 bell. , I- , .f X 3: I ! tb 31 Outing 3. L I, f"" IHA: Day: Business Ng, ' JV, ,H it ff .N 327 in , -:,. i gi, t J! 1 I Y A , . , r .2 If V3 BFJRTON M. NORMAN ewton Hig an s 'A Burt, Boo-Boo Su ressed Desire' To et some pp. . I -g studying accomplished in study. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Connecticut ship. II: Meadowbrook: College Legislature 2, 35 Civics Commit- tee 35 Orange Shield 35 Newton- ian 2g Newtonite. 15 Tigerama Committee 35 Debating Club 2: Latin Club 2, Rifle Club 2, Boys' Chorus 2g Mixed Chorus 3. ROGER JOHN O'BRIEN Suppressed esire: Brigitte Bar- dot in my gym class. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Wait- ers in the lunch room. II: Weeks, College Civics Commiree 35 Orange Shield 1, 3, Tigerama Committee 2, 35 Anti-Smoking Committee 2, 33 Intramural Sports 2, 3. WILLIAM G. Of QNNELL fwiuv " M Favorke Pastime: Lookinghat Fondest1Memoty tif..N.5H. S.: The longhvalks to Bui ding IV. ll: Weeks: College Home Room Mianager 1: Anti- Smokihg, Committee 1: Science Fair f2: ' 'Football 1: Intramural Sports 2. :fe " 15. ..LnL. -.ar l A .Fe - CHARLES DUPONT OLIVER Chuck Suppressed Desire: To attain some degree of success in life and ac- complish something reasonably worthwhile. Changes 1 would like to see at N. I-I. S. in next 100 years: The further encouragement of leader- ship potential in young people. I: Meadowbrook: College ELAINE MARIE OETINGER Emo Suppressed Desire: To be on time! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: I: Day: College Tigerama Committee 2: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance Committee 2: Fencing 1: Music Club 2, 3: Orchesis 2: Out- ing Club 2, 3: Class Committee 1: Girls' Chorus 1. THAILA ELYN OLIN Sasa Favorite Pastime: Philosophizing and going Bohemian with Dotti. I: Chelsea: College Tigerama Commitee 2: Tennis 2: Une, two, buckle my shoe: CAROL LEE OPPER Favorite Pastime: Observing, thinking and emoting and of course the play. Changes 1 would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: An educational program considering the individual. I: Day: College Civics Committee 3: Home Room Manager 1, 2: Newtonian 3: Sen- ior Play 3: Spring Musical 1: Drama Festival 2, 3: Drama Club 1,42, 3: Studio 1: Make-up Club 1. THOMAS JOSEPH OSBORNE Suppressed Desire: o park in the teachers' lot. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Eating lunch in home room. IIIB: Bigelow: Service Orange Shield 2. ARNOLD DAVID PADDOCK Arnie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Chem. I.ab and broken glass. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Free park-your-car service: helicopter shuttle service from the roof of Building I to Buildings III and IV. I: Warren: College Chemistry Club 3: Legislature 1: International Club 1, 2: Mathe- matics Club 2, 3: Science Club 1. DOROTHY JEAN PALEN Dottie, Dot Suppressed Desire: To meet Tom- my Sands. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Halloween dance in my Soph. year. IV: Warren: Business Stage Crew 2: Music Club 1, 2. MARJORIE SUE PALMER Margie, Shorty Favorite Pastime: Going to all of the football games. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Running through the tunnels. IIIB: Weeks: College CAROL ANN PANAGGIO Suppressed Desire: To grow two inches taller. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: CoHee breaks between classes. II: Day: College Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 1: Tennis 3: Archery 3: Music Club 1: Outing Club 2, 33 junior Class Committee: Junior Prom Committee: Centenary Com- mittee: Tri-Hi-Y 1. 1, .. ,. 1 Ty-.-f -7 FT '62 11, . vs. I ,4 ' ws- 3. Q:- -I fn. ' C J ' .s- -571 4 .K -. :Iva sh in: -1 -,f'1i, ' 0 .pal Y J-. :' ' 1 S5152 1 :-:rf K rflq,2,'. .5 s" 5 W " lc 12" . gf... ' an in -41 1" ' 4. il 1 MARY PAN AGIOTOPOULOS Suppresse esire: To let the rats loose in Miss Lambe's biology class. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Twiss standing in the door- way with the late-to-class slips. IV: Edison Brighton, Business JOSEPH TERRY PANASUK Suppressed Desire: To have Brig- ette Bardot in my gym class. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Wait- ers in the cafeteria. II, Bigelow, College Orange Shieldg Tigerama Commit- tee, Aviation Club. GEORGE WARREN PARKER Favorite Pastime: Getting out of last period study. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The cafeteria. Ig Meadowbrook: College Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonite 2, 35 Meteorology Club 1, 2, 3. BARBARA LOUISE PARKHURST Bin ie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: S-block in 1206 and 2304. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Softer seats in the chemistry lab. Ig Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Home Room Manager 35 New- tonian 3, Senior Play 35 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3g Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Music Club 35 Outing Club 3. AUDREY ELLEN PARSONS Parsn s Suppressed Desire: Not to be called "Red".- ' Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Rumors of all the rush parties. I, II: Bigelow: College Newtonian 23 Newtonite 2, 39 Rally Committee 2, 35 Archery lg Latin Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 33 S.O.S. 3. 1 ebb' gg... HENRY JOHN PASQUALE Suppressed Desire: Waiters in the lunch room. Favorite Pastime: Selling all the Sophomores tunnel tickets. IV, Bigelowg Business Civics Committee: Newtonite: Motion Picture Squad, Aviation Club. CAROL AMY PATTERSON Capi Favorite Pastime: Crossing out the ..o.s..' Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those roarin' football games. Il: Weeks, College Newtonite 2, 35 Drama Festival 2, Rally Committee 2, 3g Music Club 33 Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Sec- retary 39 S.O.S. 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM JOSEPH PATTERSON ill, Bull Suppressed Desire: To stop being called some embarrassing names. II: Warren: College Baseball 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 3. f w. 1 :fsews1 sssaasasffsf "viii:slasissfslzssass -1,-g,, 1... -ft -mls wuggssVs:11..sf'.3g .'-:aaa-.s...., .,.. . .... -. . . L -. .-...- we-faf. x -fm. - .- -....s.5.,..,sg- --.-. , 1. 4,9 it., V ,,.,..-,.....,, !'a::i1:2a' ' --f--22 is., . ..., w.. . . .K .....s.,:f.,:5e3,sq, as . , f,.ff-zffsfwn-,gasfry-1 'ts l ' 1 1. H wig? f 0 . K, , A .Q sais 3. -2. if - S3 . is A.. M , . . J... We.. .V aw. .. . ... it ' Suppressed Desire: Always to re- member the happy times. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Home Room 1206, Sophomore year. Ig Weeksg College Legislature 2g Drama Festival 2, Rally Committee 33 Vespers 2, 39 Latin Club 13 Music Club 13 Our- ing Club 1. I . I I CHARLES FRANK PAULINO .. . -,. , . , Suppressed Desire: To get an A - ' .. . in English. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: gil, Last period study. ' 5 QHH, IV, Meadowbrook, College f Three, four, shut the door, MICHAEL REISMAN PEARLMAN Mike Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Retiring to the peace and solitude of the cafeteria. Changes I would like to see at N. H. in next 100 years: Being able to leave school during any study period. I: Meadowbrook: College National Honor Society 2, 5: Math Club 2, 5: Science Club 1, 2. ARTHUR PAUL PEARLSTEI Art Fondest Memory of N. I-I. S.: Mr. Peterson's math class, Sophomore year. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A student parking lot and a tunnel from Building I to Building II. I: Meadowbrook: College Mathematics Club 2, 5: Radio Club 5: Science Club 1, 2, 5. ROBERT GEOFFREY PEARSON ob Suppressed Desire: To listen in on the conversations at the PJ. par- ties at 1065. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Football games and the motorcade, Tigerama no. 1, '58. II: Warren: College Home Room Manager 2: Vespers 1, 2, 5: Leader Corps 1, 2: Dance Committee 3: Badminton 2, 53 Softball 1, 2, 5: Volley Ball 1, 2, 5: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 5: Music Club l, 2, 5: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 5. -5 'Q . 1.3 "T K g. ...f - 03' xv , H. S.: Sullivan. to see at Wait- PENTA own a car. N. H. S.: Sports 5. RICHARD ALAN PERKINS Perk Fondest Memory of N. I-I. S.: The football seasons. Changes 1 would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Padded chairs for Building II of- lice. I: Day: College Orange Shield 2, 5: Basketball 3: Football 1, 2, 5. MOLLIE AMANDA PERSON Suppressed Desire: To have my last name pronounced right. . Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My l Sophomore homeroom and home- m te h . Supprcssed Desire: To weigh 100 2 :' Biggfoyif College POUUJS and be 5'-Zn' " L Legislature 5: Rally Committee Changes I would like to see at v '3 25 Ughefg 35 Outing Club 1, 35 N. H. S. in next 100 years: Foot- V A Cappella Choi, 1, ball games during school hours. ' ll: Warren: College V , , Tigerama Committee 2, 5: Rally 7.t'-' , i s .- Committee 5: Tennis 3: Archery :' , , '-" 3: Music Club 1, 2, 5: Outing , if I -, 'L .A Club 1, 2, 5. V l V 1- S PETER DANIEL PESCIONE Flve, slr, PICIC up sticks: Us Couege T if -ea. ' x. L F 'l' i .....--- HARVEY RICHARD 'Fl' ..- 51,-I lil PETERS Harv Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Every day I've spent here. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Build- ings IV and V. II: Weeks: College Junior Red Cross I: Motion Pic- ture Squad 2: Track, Indoor 5: Track, Outdoor 5: English Club 2, 5: Camera Club 1. 4 ,.-5 I av- ' Q 'x fvsfrslfef , -1 m,gg:JlJ'fR ,'l'rl,,1.-, L ' '-133, F.-'Q :lm 4 ff ir , Y-lg, Qt-D .91 '..:,,.,a 145,-'a.'wy - A - Let: fl:-:s.T.P3lx -r fd vi? W! 'Q 0-,fa -Jn 4' ifimen sf 4. - 'LF 21? .-.l .J V, Ki if , ,fl ff., . .xl ffgrtfl fax ,WF is Bunny .I MAUREEP1 LOUISE ETIPAS Mo, Mau Favorite Pastime: Talking. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore home room and home room teacher. IV: Day: Business Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Arch- ery 1: Outing Club 3. IO 'Sis 3 I JANET BOARDMAN PLATT JHHJQY Suppressed Desire: To be a doc- tor. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Canoes for the tunnels. II: Day: College Field Hockey 1: Softball 1, 2: Volley Ball 1. . I sl. 2 . .Q y 3 4. G. 5 . 3 JOAN CAROL PLATT Newton Highlands Joni Suppressed Desire: To get an M.R.S. degree. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Making new friends. II: Meadowbrook: College Leader Corps 1: Dance Commit- tee 1: Drama Club 1, 2: French Club 1, 2, 3: International Club 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1. Seven, eight, lay them strazightg PHILIP G. PHILLIPS Phil Suppressed Desire: To own an oil well. Favorite Pastime: Living. I: Bigelow: College Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3: Rifle Team 1, 2, 3: German Club 1: Rifle Club 1, 2, 3. BARBARA LOU PLUDO , 1TsTf Suppressed Desire: To have more weekends like the one at Dart- mouth. Favorite Pastime: Solving other people's problems. II: Meadowbrook: College Legislature 2, 3: Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield: Or- ange Book 1: Tigerama Commit- tee 2: Senior Play 3: Rally Com- mittee 2: junior Red Cross Coun- cil 1, 2: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Ush- ers 2: Basketball: Golf 3: Archery 2: Softball 2: Volley Ball 1, 2: Debating Club 2, 3: Drama Club 1: English 'Club 2, 3: Library Club 2: Spanish Club 2, 3: S.O.S. 1, 2, 3. NANCY MAIDA POGATCH Suppressed Desire: Waiting for the bus instead of the bus wait- ing for me. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My English class with "that old gang of mine." I: Meadowbrook: College Tigerama Committee 1: Drama Festival 2: Dance Committee 2: Archery 1: International Club 2: Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 3: Spanish Club 3. ANN ELIZABETH POKORNY Porky, P.K. Favorite Pastimes Being "Weezie" with "Foxie". Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior year, the kids, and the "super's" son. I: Waren: College Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 2, 3: Senior Play 1-, 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1: Outing Club 1, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Secre- tary 1: junior Class Committee: S.O.S. 2, 3: Office Club 2, 3. MARY ANN POLAGRUTO Favorite astime: Pizza at Tian0's: sitting at the Common. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore gym classes in the cafeteria. IV: Day: College Assistant Home Room Manager 3: Tigerama Hostess 1: Music Club 3: Outing Club 3: S.O.S. 3. JOSEPHINE PISELLI Pina Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Room 318. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: No homework. IV: Day: Business ,Wu f. ' I W" gun g A-'V ,figd ii ' 'C r If . 3' ,t Alv . . ' X5 1 , y 4 jx P . ,U L J 'Mtv , . fc- 'fd " it .: f J ivy! - ti ki- I4 .1 ,H44.,f-" f ,- '1 I .il ,,Vkg..,il' ' 4- Y 1 fn H3 C T743 "DCI -I Cf A I W" v- 4 lt . 1. H if I I EE - 2 ' : 1 rw. K S '- if 4? .ff XII." Phyl ARTHUR MORRIS POLAN SKY Art, Artie Suppressed Desire: To see Mr. Miller create an atomic explosion. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Peterson's Junior math class. I5 Boston Latin School5 College Legislature 25 Finance Board 25 Orchestra 1, 25 Dance Band 25 Track, Indoor 35 Track, Outdoor 35 Intramural Sports 1, 25 De- bating Club 2, 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3. ,Q 1' I- 'L T , 1 ,.... EDWARD OSEPH POLEN Eddie Suppressed Desire: To break the state discus record. Favorite Pastime: Trying to sing. II5 Weeks5 College Home Room Manager 1, 25 Dance Committee 35 Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track, Outdoor 2, 35 Intra- mural Sports 2, 35 Music Club 1, 3. PHYLLIS PORTNOY Favorite Pastime: Ballet dancing. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore year. II5 Weeksg College Drama Club 1, 2, 35 Music Club 25Orchesis1, 2, 3. FREDERICK HENRY POSNER Fred Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The friends I've made and the election. I5 Day5 College Legislature 2, 35 Orange Shield 35 Dance Committee 1, 2, 35 Ush- ers 25 Outdoor Track 2, 35 Intra- mural Sports l, 25 Camera Club 15 Debating Club 25 International Club 1, 2, 3: Senior Representa- tive to P.T.S.A.5 Class Committee 2, 35 Second Vice President of Senior Class5 Tigerama 2, 35 Cen- tenary Committee 2, 3. SHIRLEY POST Shirl Suppressed Desire: To be able to Hula-hoop. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Mech- anical teachers5 less homework. II5 Day5 College Dance Committee 25 English Club 15 French Club 1, 25 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 25 Bowl- ing 1. ARLENE JANICE POSTAR Peanut Suppressed Desire: To be flve feet tall. Favorite Pastime: Gossiping with Marion. I5 Meadowbrook5 College Newtonian 35 Newtonite 25 Dance Committee 15 Ushers 15 French Club 35 Music Club 3. - .51 f 55: x.. , 74 .5 5. if N HENRY CLINTON POLLACK Clint Suppressed Desire: To lock the cafeteria doors at the end of C lunch. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Listening to K. Novack cry one day about the test he flunked and swear the next because he only got 9570. I5 Weeksg College Civics Board 35 Civics Commit- tee 2, 35 Home Room Manager 2, 35 Orange Shield 2, 3, Co- Chairman 35 Drama Festival 25 JANE WILSON POTTER Janie Favorite Pastime: Writing letters to Washington, D. C. Fondest Memory of N. H. S. My Junior year. II5 Warren: College Tigerarna Committee 25 Senior Play 35 Rally Committee 25 Ves- pers 2, 35 Music Club 25 Orch- esis 25 Outing Club 35 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 Spring Music Night 1, 2. . iii if , . K 4 at 5 5 is a ..V Q HARRIETTE EVE POLLAK Harrie Favorite Pastime: Having pajama parties after those special nights. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Stu- dents teaching the teachers. IV5 Roxbury Memorial: College Art Club 25 Outing Club 35 As- sistant Home Room Manager 3. - 'Z I I 1 7 f- 5. I . 0 ' GEORGE THOMAS POTTIE Georgie Suppressed Desire: To work in the mill carpentry trade. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Houle's room 2C. IIIA5 St. Patrick's5 Business Anti-Smoking Committee 1, 45 Administrative Aids 1, 2, 3, 45 Library Club 3. Mhe, ten, a big, fat hen. Ellie il basing!! f EE 'Q 1 r ' 3 f A ta, . it ,gig ' ffwmw? 1.Awa Y mwah ifaig .EWfGQ.1s'?Q rs T' if gJYQC LAWRENCE F. POWERS Larry Suppressed Desire: To graduate from Newton High. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Physiology class D-block 2309. II, Roxbury Memorial: College REMO PRATO Ray Favorite Pastime: Keeping all my late slips. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Math with Mr. Peterson. Ig Weeks: College Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Inter- national Club 3. ARTHUR ALLEN PRATI' Skip Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Driver Ed.g Honor Study. II, Weeks, Service ROSAMOND EUNICE PRATT Roddy Suppressed Desire: To do every- thing I should have done. Favorite Pastime: Trying to re- member what l've forgotten. Ig Bigelow: College Finance Board 3: Orange Book 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 35 Rally Committee 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Council lg Vespers 2, 3, Leader Corps 25 Music Club 1, 2g Orchesis 1, 2, 3: Junior Prom Committee 2g A Cappella Choir 2, 33 Mixed Chorus lg Girls' Cho- rus 1, 2. NANCY PRESTON Suppressed Desire: To have the spectators follow the cheerleaders just once. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cheeringg the kids: the "King and I" junior year. I: Bigelow, College National Honor Society 2, 33 Legislature 1, 2, 33 Newtonian 3g Rally Committee 2, 35 Cheer Leaders 2, 3g Leader Corps 15 Dance Committee 2g Outing Club 2, 3g Clerk of Associates 3. BARBARA ANN PUCCIARELLI Barb, Poochie Suppressed Desire: To be fat. Favorite Pastime: Going to the football games with the kids. Ilg Warren, College Senior Play 35 Spring Musical 33 Rally Committee 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 35 Music Club 33 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Spring Concert 1, 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3. Ram, razh, go away, ROBERT FRANCIS PUPA Bob Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Becoming a Senior when I re- ceived my 5 credits from Mr. Goldman. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: School to get out earlier than Watertown High. II: Day, Service Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3: Track, Out- door l, 2, 3. -,2i,'.gEg.f fwfr.. as zfwfw 115.21 ns. Hifi- S,. ff. ,X f,.?f.w, -, if 1fi1S1:gfe,gggsw5 THOMAS KERINS ENAN Suppressed Desire: o park my car in the area reserved for the faculty. Favorite Pastime: Watching girls playing field hockey. Ig Warren, College Intramural Sports 3. ELSA CECILE RAAB the 94 Suppressed Desire: To have enough time for all my home- work. Favorite Pastime: Psychoanalyzing my friends. Ig Warren, College Newtonian 33 Golf 1, 2, Cavalry Club lg English Club 35 Future Teachers 2, 35 International Club 25 Music Club 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2. ROBERT PAUL QUEBEC Bob Suppressed Desire: To do 100 M.P.H. on Elm Road. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Coffee breaks in shop. IHA, Our Lady'sg Business 1 -A at affamvrft eo.: Q.. fiafiwt ' i , ,.f1.i3::-. .,-Tfffn .S - is E ,Q 'E , ,.s a ggggmgt 5 :sq X . 1 s2i2+4:.ti.Y2.i.'..,:Q sim' 5: rs.. ..., ,I . .K ,..f lt f- hh THERESA ANN RAGNO Terry, Brat Suppressed Desire: To stay single. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior year and a certain somebody. IV: Sacred Heart: Business Home Room Manager 35 Motion Picture Squad 3: Drama Club 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 3. 1 A . p . a Q Q MARGARET KRISTIN RAPP Meg Favorite Pastime: Watching Ted. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Surprise birthday parties: "Happy New Year." Ig Warren: College Legislature 33 Orange Shield 39 Newtonite lg Orange Book 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Spring Musical 1: Rally Commit- tee 2, 3: Tennis 1, 2: Music Club 2: Orchesis 2: Outing Club 2, 33 Associate Council 3: "The Chords": Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Q.. f-V 5. , BARBARA ANN RAPHAEL Raph, Rafile, Twiny Favorite Pastime: Standing on the corner. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Halloween night with Joyce. II: Weeks: College ,Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Ushers lg Tennis 1, 33 Bad- minton lg Art Club 1, Outing Club 2, 3. PETER ARNOLD RAPHEL Pete Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Buying new tires for those worn out trying to macth S0rota's strip. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A better road between Buildings One and Three so I can some day match Sorota's strip. II: Bigelow: College Motion Picture Squad 1, 3, An- cient History Club. .M-7-. - jx GJQIZG agalh another clay? .W Q5 H' ERNEST RAYMOND Ernie Favorite Pastime: Having free lunches in the cafeteria. II: Weeks Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3: Track, Out- door 2, 3: Cross Country 2, 3. GERALD JOSEPH RAYMOND Jerry Suppressed Desire: To become a good mechanic. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Get- ting out of school earlier. IIIA: St. Stephen'sg Service PATRICIA MARY READY Pat Suppressed Desire: To see N. H. S. win its football games -- es- pecially with Brookline. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 2306. I: Bigelow: College Orange Shield 3: Rally Commit- tee.3: Archery 1, Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 3: Spanish Club 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2. PATRICIA ANN REARDON Pat Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A different breed of dogs in the cafeteria. Ig Meadowbrook: College Newtonian 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2, 3, Future Teachers 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Library Club 1, 2: Music Club 2, 33 Outing Club 2. ROBER N REED Bob, Bo , Geebies Suppressed Desire: To stop sup- pressing my desires. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: junior year: Those 5:30 showers after gymnastics. I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager lg Tiger- ama Committee 1, Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3: Centenary Committee 33 Gymnastic Team 2, 3. DESMOND FRANCIS VES es, Maverick Suppressed Desire: To have a good job and a small family. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Winning second prize in the Ford Motor Contest, Mr. Nye and his Trade School Gym Class. IIIAQ Day: Business Homei Room Manager 35 A.A. 1, 2, 3, . jan SALLY ELIZABETH 5: I 1 W . , , ff-. A " :iff 3 ' , 'a V l Hi' 3 . h was-, W A ev" .- Iliff lil 'i E 3 nh HW W Mm dx I - 3: fc ' - ' 2 , 5 ' ' RICHARD J. REEVES OC Favorite Pastime: Roasting marsh- mallows over Building 2's ashes with Priscilla. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The boys in the wood butchers' shop. IIIA: Day: Service Administrative Aids 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES LOUIS RENKER Charlie Favorite Pastime: Sports and girls. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Watching Smitty's dog chase cars. II: Weeks: College Orange Shield 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3. RHODES Sal Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Football season: one special smile. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A Disneyland Exchange. 1: Warren: College Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 3: Dance Committee 2: Ushers 3: Golf 2: Latin Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Spring Concert 1, 2. DAVID LOVE'I'I' RICHARDSON Dave, Rich Favorite Pastime: Skipping lunch. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Rogers greeting a student in Newtonville during lunch. Il: Warren: College Home Room Manager 2: Tennis '3: Track, Indoor 3: Cavalry Club 1: Ski Club 2, 3. SHIRLEY ELEANOR RICI-IMAN Shirl Favorite Pastime: Spending M of my time with Butch. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year with Mr. Karpas and Mr. Dolan. II: Bigelow: College Future Teachers 1: Music Club 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 3. NEIL EDWARD RICHMOND Favorite Pastime. Basketball. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Helping to beat N. H. S.'s j.v. basketball team last year when N. H. S. was undefeated. I1: Brookline: College STEPHEN BURDITT RICHMOND Steve Suppressed Desire: To be on the honor roll just once at N. H. S. Favorite Pastime: Eating lunch on stage. 1: Warren: College Home Room Manager 1: Spring Musical 1: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3: Studio 1: Boys' Chorus 1, 2. JANICE EILEEN RIDEOUT Favorite Pastime: Shopping and talking. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More teachers like Miss Kalivas and lots more school spirit. Il: Day: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Or- ange Shield 3: Rally Committee 3g Music Club 2. ALAN EDWIN RIGGS Al Favorite Pastime: Watching T.V. during studying time. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: The late to school bell at 11:00. I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 1, 2: Base- ball 1, 3: Football 1: Intramural Sports 2: Chemistry Club 3: Math Club 3: Science Club 3. ,t.g,.A. MARY ANN ROACH ewton pper als Favorite Pastime: Playing tennis on the playground. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: March 17, 1958 with Alice S., Ann L., Nancy H., Nora R., Alice R. IV: Meadowbrook: Business Rally Committee 2, 3: Ushers 2: Archery 1, 3: Outing Club 3. Little Johnny wants to play Barbi, Bobbi NORA THERESA ROACH Noreen Suppressed Desire: To grow up instead of sideways. Favorite Pastime: Passing time. IIIBQ Meadowbrookg Business Rally Committee 3g Archery lg Softball 1, 3, Outing Club 3. BARBAR SUE ROBERTS Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sally, Helen, Roberta - and all those schemes. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Tennis courts without all that "decora- tive" grass. Ig Bigelow: College Legislature 1, 2, Orange Shield 25 Newtonian 3g Newtonite 25 Ushers lg Tennis 23 French Club 24 Future Teachers 2, Music Club 1, 2. HARRIET ROBERTS Robby Suppressed Desire: To be back on DAPH Hill. Favorite Pasrime: Helping Phyl- lis be chief bartender, cook, and bottle-washer at my house! II, Meadowbrook, College Home Room Manager 2, New- tonian 2g Tennis 3, Archery 35 French Club 35 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 3. BERNARD JOSEPH ROBERTSON, JR. Bernie Suppressed Desire: To run a four- minute mile. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More Teachers like Miss Creedon, Mr. I Batchelder, and Mr. Stephens. II, North j.H., Waltham: College Legislature 1, 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 35 Senior Play 3, Football lg Indoor Track 35 Outdoor Track 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, 33 Aviation Club 3, De- bating Club 3g International Club 33 Centenary Committee 2, 3, Honor Study Committee 2, 3. 'Rr Dr. Foster went to Gloucester mqss is S K-..A V 5 ex? , Q . -:,, mi,,. . , Ufgf M ,. . '35 I 1 f-4 BRYAN ANTHONY ROCHE Favorite Pasrime: Listening to Dorsey and Miller swing. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Bus rides home from football games. II, Warren: Service Marching Band 1, 2, 3 Concert Band 1, 2, 5, Dance Band 2, 3. LEONARD DAVIS ROCHETTE Suppressed Desire: To own a bird- bath. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The S.F.C. II, Day, College STUART ALAN ROFFMAN Sru, Big Stu Suppressed Desire: That my sup- pressed desires didn't have to be suppressed. Fondest Memory. The days the radio said, "No school, all schools, all day in Newton." Ig Valley Forge Military Academy, Penn., College Legislature 1. GERALD DAVID ROGELL Gerry Suppressed Desire: To enter a fic- tional candidate in a school elec- tion. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Harrer's Sophomore Kenyon Eng- lish Class. Ig Weeks, College National Honor Society 2, 33 Science Fair lg Motion Picture Squad 1, Debating Club 2, Inter- national Club 2, 3g Mathematics Club 1: Music Club 2, 3, A.F.S. Committee 3: Foreign Exchange 2. ALAN WOODARD ROGERS Cuddles Suppressed Desire: To be a "wild child." Favorite Pasrime: Making money. II, Warren, College INDA MAY ROGE in Suppressed Desire: To choose my own teachers. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A Senior class where all the kids know each other. II, Day, College Home Room Manager 2, 33 Ves- pets 1, 2, 35 Drama Club 35 Mu- sic Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 33 A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, S.O.S. 3. at at -57 A f RONALD JOSEPH ROGERS Suppressed Desire Have my own Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sleeping in car and coffee in New- IIIA Warren Business asf" . e,::f: pm. 5' .ii-.WZ M, . 4bAA ., DAVID LOUIS ROSE Favorite Pastime Being with Y Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Arriving at 7 29 A.M. to get a Newtonian 3 Class Committee 1, 2 3 Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, WWW JOHN SNOWDEN ROHSENOW tiac. avorite Pastime: Riding home from school in Dave's '51 Pon- Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: The High School Library subscribing to "MAD" magazine. Ig Warren, College Centenary Committee 3: Intra- mural Sports 3g Chess Club 2, 3, Music Club 1, Rifle Club 2, 3. 6 I ,St ki? is XX M R 'Qi A fx yi-ai' its is ERALD ALAN ROSE Gerry, Dave Favorite Pastime: Running in ovals, getting nowhere fast. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior year with the Class of '58 and a little angel. Ig Warren: College Orange Shield 2, 39 Tigerama Committee 2, 3, Drama Festival 3: Cross Country Captain 1, 2, 3, Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3: Track, Out- door l, 2, 3: Debating Club 39 International Club 2, 3. In a shower o fdlil. . ,,, ' K 1 E . in ...tl FRED JERROLD ROISEN Favorite Pastime: Selling elevator tickets to the unsuspecting Sopho- Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Dr. Navez running from room to room during the Science Fair. Ig Weeks, College Anti-Smoking Committee 1: Stage Crew 1, Science Fair 15 Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3, President, Centenary Committee 3: Debating Club 2, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Presi- dent 2, Chess Team, Biology Club RICHARD HOWARD ROSEMAN Dick Suppressed Desire: To have 5 last period studies. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A Coke machine and reserved seats in the cafeteria. Ig Bigelow, College Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Camera Club 1, 23 Chess Club 33 Mathe- matics Club 33 Science Club 1, 2. ARLENE FREDA ROSEMARK Favorite Pastime: Deciding what I can wear of Sandi's. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Boats for the tunnels. I, II: Weeks: College Senior Play 3, Leader Corps 33 Tennis 2, 3, Badminton 1g Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2: Orchesis 1, 2. FRANCES ANN ROSEN Fran Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Saturday we swam to Everett. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: White tiled showers in the Girls' Locker Room. Ig Warren: College Legislature 15 Orange Shield 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Vespers 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2, Orchesis 13' Out- ing Club 3g Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Class Committee 1. SUSAN RUTH ROSEN Sue Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Trying to get thrdtighathe doors at 2:45. ' ' Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A swimming pool. I, Warren: College Orange Shield 2: Newtonite 2, Tigerama Committee lg Tennis 3, French Club 13 Music Club 3, Orchesis 1: Spanish Club 2, 3. VERNON SMITH ROLLINS Vern, Vee, Spider Suppressed Desire: To have that certain someone. Changes I would likeito See at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A private room for the football players during school. IV, Warren: College Orange Shield 1, 2, 3: Boys' Ath- letic Board 2, 3: Anti-Smoking Committee 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 2, 3, Rifle Club 1, 2, 3. a 3 1 - ,. C tstt C . ,T -' 12 ', X Agia s 1. W it 2. f is W. gp Mike, Rosie , . ALAN ROSENBAUM Favorite Pastime: Sitting through Mr. Stephen's Algebra classes 2, 3, 4. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Going to the football games. II: Meadowbrook: College Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3. I --ap' fi SJ .r X ff .Q dis D. e I 's-7 N. -V . ,fig 'YW il xx- 'T ff I' Vg w ...V CHARLES ROSENBAUM Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Washington Exchange in my jun- ior year and all the friends I made on it. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Longer and higher stairs. I: Warren: College School Exchange 2: Marching Band 1, 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 2, 3: Debating Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Rifle Club 1, 2. MYER HYMAN ROSENTHA Suppressed Desire: To hear a new joke from Mr. Peterson. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Traffic cops between buildings. I: Warren: College Legislature 3: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: International Club 1, 2: Biology Club 3. PHYLLIS DAVIDA ROSENTHAL Davie Fonclest Memory of N. H. S.: Being chief bartender, cook, and bottle-washer at Harriet's after school. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Those long wanted coffee breaks. II: Meadowbrook: College Golf 3: Tennis I, 3: Cavalry Club 1, 3: French Club 3: Music Club 3: Tusitala 3. BARBARA ANN ROUSSEAU Rocky, Barbs Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: junior year with Miss Schwartz. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Some of the teachers and girls in Trade School with the boys. IV: Weeks: Business Archery 3: Home Economics Club 3. HOWARD ROWER Howie Suppressed Desire: To harness perpetual motion for practical purposes. I: Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3: Ushers 1, 2. 4, W, M T - A Em. , c f I J Eff' ., ..,-K CA OL LEE ROSENBERG Suppressed Desire: I'd tell if I could but I can't so I won't. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Getting out of school at 1:45. II: Meadowbrook: College Newtonite 1: Rally Committee 1: Tennis 2: Softball I, 2: French Club 2: Music Club Z. 4-5 41" STEVEN PAUL ROSEN ERG Steve, Steverino Suppressed Desire: To be 6'4" tall for a certain brunette. Favorite Pastime: Trying to think of the advantages of being short. I: Meadowbrook: College Newtonian 3: Newtonite I, 2, 3: Orange Book 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Centenary Committee 3: Science Fair 2: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Camera Club l: Debating Club 2: French Club 3: Music Club 3: Mathematics Club 2, 3: Science Club I, 2, 3. ' I J Nsii . .I I W - I . g 'bfi fi 5 K fi cle f fi if ..i,",x: ,: -.1 V ., if vi 1, :fp LUCINDA ROWLAND PETER HARRY BENSTEIN Cindy, Cin Suppressed Desire: To have 3,300 Rfubl' kids at every rally. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A swimming pool instead of showers in the locker room. I: Warren: College Civics Committee 3: Orange Shield 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Chairman 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Class Committee 2: Orches- tra I: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 3: The Chords: Field Hoc- key 1: Music Club I, 2, 3: Or- chesis 2: Outing Club 2, 3. Suppressed Desire: To get into college and be a teacher. Favorite Pastime: Girls, of course. II: Day: College Legislature 2: Spring Musical 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3: Debating Club 2, 3: Drama Club 1: English Club 2, 3: International Club 2, 3: Music Club 3. He stepped hz a puddle up to his middle El' Buddy Steve. LUN UA UIAN 11 KU DUN Lin, Charlie Favorite Pastime: Being with Bobby. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: To see all my friends graduate, even if they don't graduate with honors. II: Weeks: College Rally Committee 2: Music Club 1: S.O.S. 1, 2. LINDA JANE RUBIN Suppressed Desire: To have the Newtonitek make-up night end in the afternoon. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Harrer, Mr. Howe, and the N euftonite. I: Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Leg- islature 2: Executive Committee 2, 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: New- tonite 2, 3: English Club 1, 3: Latin Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Newtonite, Editor-in-Chief 2, 3: Newtonite Ad Staff 1: Lexing- ton Exchange 2. STEVEN IRA RUBIN Suppressed Desire: To -be an en- gineer. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A conveyor belt in the tunnels. II: Weeks: College Football Manager 1, 2, 3: Track, Indoor 1: Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3: Hockey 2. TED FRANKLIN RUBIN e y ar Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore home room. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: An elevator in Building One. IIIB: Brookline: Business junior Red Cross Council: Stage Crew: Motion Picture Squad: Home Economics Club: Radio Club: Rifle Club. IC LOUIS RUSSO Suppressed Desire: To be on a championship N. H. S. team. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Three years in the same H,R. I: Day: College Baseball 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3. ,. ,MYSFSE -, .. FRANCIS JOSEPH--RYAN uddy Suppressed Desire: To get an A. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Three years in the same H.R. with Arab. IV: Warren Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 2. And never went there agazh. T LEEN RYAN Kathy Suppressed Desire: To be on time, just once. Favorite Pastime: Being an "Au- burndale girl." I: Warren College Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Dance Com- mittee 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2: Or- chesis 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Art Studio 1: Class Committee 2, 3: Chorus 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2. EVELINE ANNA SABATINI Eve, Evie Favorite Pastime: Being with Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: The return of S-block. II: Day: College Legislature 2: Home Room Man- ager 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, President 1, 2: Future Teachers 3: Music Clulb 2, 33 Outing Club 2, 3. MARILYN JOAN SALTZ Suppressed Desire: To have all my dreams come true.x Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior year and all the won- derful friends I have made. I: Weeks: College Newtonian 3: Tigerama Commit- tee 1, 2, 3, Publicity Chairman 2: Senior Play 3: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Centenary Committee 3: Future Teachers 2, 3: Latin Club l, 2: Music Club 2, 3. STEPHEN LAWRENCE RYTER Steve Suppressed Desire: To beat out Rosie's Pontiac. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A Cafeteria operated by Jack and Marian's. I: Boston Latin: College Legislature 2: Civics Committee 2, 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Anti- Smoking Committee 2, 3: Latin Club 1. . X,-Q! 'ri 4 BRUCE F. SA PSON Suppressed Desire: To get a fuel injected Corvette. Favorite Pastime: Being with Marian. II: Weeks: College Newtonite 2. 'A f' 3 it. - tx Josnpn sauno Suppressed millionaire. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Riding to the trade school bas- ketball games on the bus: bottles, bottles, bottles. IIIA: Day: Service Basketball 2, 3: Track, Indoor 1 2: Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3: Intra: mural Sports 2: A.A. PHILIP JAY SANDLER Phil Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: janie's pseudo-sophisticated party. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A ladder for climbing over the wall into the Newtonite office. I: Bigelow: College Legislature 1: Home Room Man- ager 3: Newtonite 2, 3, Copy Ed- itor 33 Ushers 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Science Club 1. J TH MARIE SAN TUCCI Ju , Santooch Suppressed Desire: .To bomb by the High School in my '59 con- Favorite Pastime: Those parties up at Hampton Beach. IV: Weeks: Business Tigerama Committee 1: Rally Committee 2: Vespers 2: Art Club Mary Mary quite contrary o marry a Ill ....,.t:f jk , HYTWA - CAROL LOIS SA VITSKY Suppressed Desire: To have a nickname. Favorite Pastime: Going to "jack's" with the gang. I: Watertown: College Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 3: Vespers 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 2, 3: S.O.S. 3: Drama Club 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3. MARYAN N PATRICIA SCHIAVONE Sis Favorite Pastime: Trying to Hx up the "Two Lost Souls"! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Senior Prom of my sophomore year: 1959 Tiger. II: Day: College Home Room Manager 1: Senior Play Make-Up Committee 3: Spring Musical 3: Drama Festival 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Tennis 2: Music Club 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: S.O.S. 2: Centenary Committee 3: Girls' Chorus 2, 3. GAIL JOY SCHNEIDER Favorite Pastime: Artie. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore year. II: Weeks: College Golf 3: Tennis 33 Cavalry Club 3: S.O.S. 2. INGRID L. SCHROETER Favorite Pastime: Reading. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Last period study on Friday. I: Chelsea: College EDWIN MITCHELL SCRIBN ER Ted, Little fellow Suppressed Desire: "1963." Favorite Pastime: Watching Meg. I: Weeks: College Legislature 3: Dance Committee 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. ALIC FRANCES SEERY Favorite Pastime: Being with Dick. Q Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More students to make crowding easier. II: Meadowbrook: College Civics Committee 3: Spring Mu- sical 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Leader Corps 1, 2: Tennis 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2. X . O F f' Q .M-' .I -aww,-wiv'-wifi, - - s A W, nm. M . ,t i x X Y IQ' X X. . i 55 'arg Q V , in - Q 1 2 s X ROBERT ALLEN SEGEL Bob Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The cot in Miss Simon's oliice. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: An assistant to keep Mr. Peterson's gadgets in order. 15 Weeks5 College Class Committee 35 Home Room Manager 1, 25 Newtonite 15 De- bating Club 2, 35 English Club 2, 3, Vice President 25 Music Club 3. HELLMUT KLAUS SEIDENBERG Suppressed Desire: To do better in U.S. History. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The fire drills. I5 Warren5 College National Honor Society 2, 3. DAVID FRANCIS SELLECK Dave Suppressed Desire: Someone be- sides Mrs. Havey at a Cross- Country meet. Favorite Pastime: Wasting time. II5 Warren5 College Spring Musical 1, 2, 35 Vespers 1, 2, 35 Track, Indoor 35 Track, Outdoor 35 Cross-Country 2, 35 Math Club 2, 35 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Boys' Chorus 25 A Cappella Choir 2, 35 Chess Club 2. 35 Chess Team 35 Concert Band 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 1, 2, 3. NAN I LEE SELTZER W- . sglgztiml - Favorite Pastime: Writing to I.L.G. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Passing from 23A to 1444 to 330. I5 Bigelow5 College Home Room Manager 15 New- tonian 35 Newtonite 35 Rally Committee 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Tennis 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Future Teachers 2, 35 Latin Club 15 Music Club 2, 3. SUSAN RUTH SHAIN Suppressed Desifei:mXRd'ay when nothing goes wrong. Favorite Pastime: Sharing Mr. Hawkes' crying towel with Jo-an. I5 Haverhill5 College Orange Shield 35 Newtonian 35 Newtonite 1, 2, 35 Rally Com- mittee 35 Ushers 15 Cavalry Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 35 Music Club 2, 3. LOUIS WELLES SHAPIRO Lou, uie, Luigi Suppressed Desire: -My rock and roll quintet. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: j.C. Hall's Newton Plan English lectures. I5 Weeksg College Track, Indoor 25 Intramural Sports 1, 25 Chemistry Club 2, 35 De- bating Club 1, 35 Mathematics Club 1, 35 Music Club 25 Chess Club l, 2, 35 Chess Team 1, 2, 3, Captain 2. MARSHA ELLEN SHAPIRO Mish Mush Favorite Pastime: Waking up at 6:00 P.M. to get the first parking space at 7:30 A.M. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Losing weight because of no S- block. II5 Meadowbrook5 College Orange Book 15 Senior Play 35 Basketball 25 Golf 35 Tennis 1, 25 Field Hockey 15 Archery 35 Softball 1, 2, 35 Volley Ball 1, 25 Music Club 15 Science Club 1, 35 S.O.S. 3. RTHA M. SHAPIRO Mattie Suppressed Desire: To start and finish my home work early. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those rides to school in my jun- ior year. I5 Warren5 College Civics Committee 35 Home Room Manager 1, 2, 35 Orange Shield 2, 35 Newtonian 2, 35 Dance Committee 15 Drama Club 15 Latin Club 2, 35 S.O.S. 2, Vice President 2. MIRIAM LEAH SHAW im Suppressed Desire: To go to M.I.T. on my mathematical ability. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Trip to N.H. with the "World's Worst Skiers." I5 Warreng College Orange Shield 35 Newtonian 35 Vespers 25 Leader Corps 1, 35 Drama Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Library Club 2, 35 Music Club 1, 25 Orchesis 1, 2, Vice President 35 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 Newtonian Representative 25 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3. fY'i'9"s-f.fniaz!'2:44 . EDMU H SHEA Suppressed Desire: To grow a few inches. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Century Club and all the beach parties. I5 Warren5 College Legislature 2, 35 Orange Shield 35 Tigerama Committee 25 Dance Committee 2, 35 Track, Outdoor 35 Intramural Sports 2, 35 English Club 35 Mathematics Club 35 Bas- ketball Manager I, 35 Junior Dance Committeeg Physics Club 35 Centenary Committee 3. How does your garden grow? Janie ROBERT JOSEPH SHEA Bob Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The 2 245 Bell. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A twenty-story parking garage. II: Weeks: Service MARY JANE SHEMPA RUTH AN SHEPA Ruthie Suppressed Desire: To own a horse named Valley Song. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Eleva- tors installed for Building I fourth Hoot. I: Meadowbrook: College S.O.S. 2, 3. ynn Suppressed Desire: Not to be called Margie. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Ele- vator tickets to real elevators. 1: Meadowbrook: College Newtonian 3: Orange Book 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2: Ushers 3: Drama Club 2, 3: English Club 1: French Club 2, 3: Future Teachers 1: Latin Club 2: Music Club 3: Outing Club 2: Associates 3. LINDA ANE SH RMAN Suppressed Desire: To be able to leave school for first period study. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Park- ing spaces on the roof for all helicopters. Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2: Tiger- ama Committee 2: Rally Commit- tee l: French Club 2: S.O.S. 2. Wth silver bells and coclcle shells MARJORIE HELEN SHERMAN Suppressed Desire: To drive the school bus. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Card, and his "HEP" history class. I: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 1: Cavalry Club 3: International Club 31 Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 3-: Spanish Club l, 2, 3. CARL B. SHERTER Suppressed Desire: To see S.C. get his suppressed desire. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A tunnel to Newtonville square. I: Meadowbrook: College Legislature 1, 2, 3: Civics Com- mittee 3: Orange Book 3: Science Fair 1, 3: Intramural Sports 1: Chemistry Club 3: Latin Club 1. OHN JAMES SHIELS Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Card's History class. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A drag strip for the Driver Ed. cars. I: Meadowbrook: College Motion Picture Squad 1: Baseball Manager 1, 2, 3: Intramural Man- ager 2, 3. ANN LOUISE SHIF N Shifty Suppressed Desire: To cut a class. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Taking more than one lunch. I: Meadowbrook: College Newtonian 3: Tigerama Commit- tee 2: Rally Committee 2: French Club 2, 3: Future Teachers 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Music Club 3: Outing Club 2, 3. ALLAN MICHAEL SHORT , Shortie Suppressed Desire: To be success- ful. Favorite Pastime: Being with all my girl friends. I: Bigelow: College Newtonian 2: Track, Indoor 3: Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 3. ROBERT ALAN SHRIBERG Bo Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Pri- vate sound proof booths in study halls so the teachers' yelling won't bother us. II: Meadowbrook: College Science Fair 2, 3: Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2: Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, Captain 2, 5. Dee, Dolly 1 I . '5 X? . A 5 Q..-5 . DIANE SHURIN Suppressed Desire: To play at the Hollywood Bowl. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Indoor and outdoor swimming pools. I5 j.E. Burke5 College Music Board 35 Tennis 2, 35 Mu- sic Club 2, 3. .L l W 1 lapis W 'K elf!! 'li we N. fa Q 1 94 5. TE MY A EGEL Suppressed Desire: I'll never tell. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Feb. 14, 1958. II5 Natick: College French Club 35 Music Club 1, 35 Outing Club 1, 3. LEE E. S EL Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The peace and quiet before French class in room 115. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: No changes at all5 let the second Cen- tennial class suffer as much as we did. I5 Weeks5 College Chemistry Club 35 Debating Club 1, 35 Math Club 1, 2, 35 Chess Club 1, 2, 3. JAMES LEONARD SIGEL irn, immie Suppressed Desire: To see a test before it's given. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Doing no homework during S- block. I5 Weeks5 College School Exchange 25 Intramural Sports 25 Chemistry Club 2, 35 Debating Club 25 Math Club 1, 2, 3, President 35 Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 25 Chess Team 1, 2, 3. And pretqf malils all III afrow. - -l.L... F., I3 g-'-'---v-- ,..+....... ROBERT LEWIS SIEGEL Bob Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Fischer's home room. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A tunnel to Newtonville. II5 Meadowbrook5 College Civics Board 25 Home Room Man- ager 1, 25 Orange Shield 35 Music Board 25 Anti-Smoking Commit- tee 1, 2, 35 Stage Crew 15 Football 15 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Avia- tion Club 15 Rifle Club 1. DOLORES ROSE MARIE SIGNORE Suppressed Desire: To grow 4 inches. Fondest Memory of N . H. S.: The Motorcade of 1958. Natick5 College Home Room Manager 35 Tiger- ama Committee 1, 25 Rally Com- mittee 1, 25 Dance Committee 1, 25 Ushers 15 Tennis 15 Drama Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 25 Class Committee 1. ROBERT SILK Bo Suppressed Desire: To go around the world. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: An underground parking lot to ac- commodate all the students' cars. I5 Meadowbrook5 College Home Room Manager 35 Newton- ite 35 English Club 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Math Club 3. AGNES ER Suppressed Desire: To join the Mrs. Club. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: New tunnels. IV5 Day5 Business Rally Committee 15 Badminton 15 Softball 15 Music Club 1. MARCIA SUSAN SILVERMAN Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Our super-pseudo ,cocktail , party. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Sprays of Chanel No. 5 in the tunnels. I5 Bigelow: College Newtonian 35 Newtonite 25 Sen- ior Play 35 Drama Club 15 Future Teachers 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Mu- sic Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 2. ROBERT PAUL SIEGEL Sedgel Suppressed Desire: To go out tt lunch on Fridays. I5 Meadowbrook5 College Orange Shield 2, 35 junior Rec Cross Council 15 Stage Crew 1 Motion Picture Squad 15 lntra mural Sports 15 Library Club 1 25 Radio Club 1. 5 ' ' " 3:E31ii55Q:fE "W'- . . .1 ...v.s... ...se .. . ,.w - s ,-swung L . ' if '...,?::: -2' .1 ...s 1 gf- . . Uv! . 1. H .. 1 I ' :f i .F fa. RONALD IRVING SUZANNE SIMONDS MARILYN BARBARA SIMBLIST 'I I - A i l' . 1 -A-.as v- -w - -1 . 4 't3..zv.,.3-is ' f- . 'a -.z.:ts.,5. , . . yan... .nl , HUGH affix . ,gg-at , xnwx V at 'F Sue, Susie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The "Spanish cows" in Mr. Ethie.r's French Class. Ig Day: College Rally Committee 2, 3: Library Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 2, 35 Rifle Club 25 S.O.S. 3: Centenary Committee 3. HELEN L. SINGER M 1 -if s 4 ' 4 -alfa. l I A". F K . ffl v 5 Ig-'9.'z+ - -S7 Suppressed Desire: Another week- end like the one at U. of Penn. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Honor classes - no teachers, all pupils. Ig Meadowbrook: College Orange Book 1: Tigerama Com- mittee Zg Rally Committee 1, 2, Tennis 2: Archery 1: French Club 2, 3,,Music Club 1, 2, 39 Outing Club 2. TOBY RUT ER Suppressed Desire: o swing rom a tree like Tarzan! Favorite Pastime: LENNY! Il, Warren: College French Club 2: Music Club 1, 25 Orchesis l, 2. C LES SISKIN Suppressed Desire: To chew gum in speech class. Favorite Pastime: Sleeping in study hall. Ig Boston Technical High: College English Club 2, Chess Club' 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 3. RICHARD E. SLABINE Dick Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Tun- nel from Building One to Build- ing Two. IV, Business T SIMONS Mickey Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Newtonitef make-up on the fire escape. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: To have low-calorie foods sold in the cafeteria. Ig Weeks, College Home Room Manager 2, New- tonite 2, 3, Golf lg English Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, Assistant Make-Up Editor of Newtonite 25 Photography Edi- tor Newtonite 3: Isl . N. LINDA ELAINE SLAVIN Lin Favorite Pastime: Proctastinating. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mrs. Goldstein's "Indian-Dinner." Ig Warren, College Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 35 Newtonite 2: Tigerama Commit- tee 2, 3: Senior Play 3, Drama Festival 2: Dance Committee 3: Tennis 2, 3, English Club 3: French Club 2, 35 Library Club lg Music 1, 2, Leader Corps 3. EDWARD ALLEN SIMOURIAN Ed, Brow Suppressed Desire: To own a boat. Fondest Memory of N. I-I. S.: Two years of French in 23C. Ig East jr. High, Watertown, Col- lege Home Room Manager lg Baseball 1, 3, Football I, 2, 3. GAIL SLOANE Suppressed Desire: To win a bet with Judy in 1964. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Tigerama -- May 1958. I: Meadowbrookg College Orange Book 2, 33 Latin Club 23 Music Club 33 Orchesis 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 2, 3, Rifle Club 2, 3, Tusitala 2, 3. .lack be nimble, fack be quick, -' W ks -4 1, - Y 1 x lg is Qu as c swf? is 21. Qing. 4- ,. ..g.1, .. S T411 fn HH. "2 M S F . iff MA LIZABETH SMALL Favorite Pastime: My idol, Mon- driaan. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A parking lot for flying platforms. Ig Bigelow, College National Honor Society 2, 3, School Exchange 2, Newtonian 2, 3, Art and Layout Editor 3, Lead- er Corps 3, Latin Club 1: Or- chesis 1, Secretary of Studio 2, 3, A.F.S. Finalist 2, Fencing 1, Member and Scholarship Recip- ient in Thayer Academy Advance Science and Math Program. LAWRENCE STUART SMITH Iarry, Smitty Suppressed Desire: To break the sound barrier, since the light bar- rier is out of the question. Favorite Pastime: Saying hello, while squinting to see who it is. I, Weeks, College Civics Committee 3, Newtonian 3, Dance Committee 2, Track, Indoor 2, 3, Co-captain 3, Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, French Club 2, Latin Club 1, 2. GARY FRAZIER SNERSON uppressed Desire: To throw t e shot-put over 60 ft. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Breaking the sound barrier on the way to the G.B.I. meet. I, Day, College Orange Shield 3, Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3, Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3, Chemistry Club 3, Spanish Club 3. JOHN BURTON SNOOK Schnookie Suppressed Desire: To have Bren with me in the Submarine Service. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 4th floor of Building II. II, Day, Service Home Room Manager 1, Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3, Football 1. ROBERT AY SNYDER Bob Suppressed Desire.:ATo have all last period studies? "' " Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The wonderful friends, helpful guidance, and great fun which made my three years at N. H. S. most memorable. I, Weeks, College Civics Committee 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, Home Room Manager 2, Orange Shield 3, Newtonian 3, Business Manager, French Club 2, President. JUDITH ELLEN SOBEY Soybean, TLTJ Suppressed Desire: More week- ends like Labor Day, 1958. Favorite Pastime: Being with that certain sorneone. IV, Meadowbrook, Business Rally Committee 2, 3, Leader Corps 2, 3, Ushers 3, Field Hoc- key 1, Library Club 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Drum Majorette 2, 3, Bowling Club 1, S.O.S. 3: Centenary Committee 3. ,ef lbw 2 E ii - 'I S S L 4 1 h Q Jack jump over the Candlestick. RUTH E. SOLOMON Roo y Suppressed Desire: To be Mrs. l.K. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The first night of Connecticut Yankee. IV, jerimiah Burke, Business Archery 1, Drama Club 3, Music Club 1, 3, outing Ciirb, 2, 3, Centenary Committeet'53. ,W I, t. ,Ay X- 21 .l, Ja ,f 5 W. tw . PATRICIA AN SONIER Pat, Pattie, Twang Favorite Pastime: Thinking about someone! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The men at the football games with cigars. IV, Meadowbrook, Business Dance Committee, Field Hockey, S.O.S. 3. ROBERT Y. SOROTA 87 Sumner St., Newton Centre Bob, Charlie Suppressed Desire: To be healthy, wealthy and wise. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Shaw's History Class. II, English High, College Orange Shield 3, Newtonian 2, Science Fair 3, Motion Picture Squad 1, Basketball 3, Football 3, Track, Indoor 1, Hunting and Fishing Club 3. if K 4. .1 w WW Mn A: . . ., ...L s .f isp rf ss, Pg Higgs . . S X ,isis I. 1.. ' ::1.sr?sg.3, 1, ,. . V W, . . .. A.. gr lf., eps. ,. W , s il .5 ' Y I -. ' H sa. s 'Z".3q',5'?i:,-'FL '-' - .fwflal-:3 cowl! 'SW AMY 0 SOSTILIO Amy Favorite Pastime: Doing my homework. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The 1958 motorcade. Ilg Weeks, College Rally Committee 2, 3, Ushers 25 Cavalry Club lg English Club 2, Outing Club 35 Class Officer 2, 3, S.O.S. I, 2, 3. NEAL WARRE SPARKS Sparky, Red Favorite Pasrime: Eating 4 lunches. Fondest Memory of N. H. S. Last period studies. Ig Warreng College Basketball 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. l . - .3 N ' x ff xxefxly Capt- .Q ,C . c 31213 Z- A . 'T' 97 1 H . t QW 1 K F -3 .Xe QANN Amar . - . 9 Ji o - I ff I GDCS K QQ -- - uppresse sire: T f C, CX tl D B Xqgidgghjthe tunnels in 2596? t r C A t. . Q53 1 - I .5 -Q3 N LF-I Fondest'Memg'Y of N. H. S.: Cgbdyzkhg X L20 1.0. f ' ,X ear a N' mgi, " Qs. x 2 CQ 1, . y . 1, 1' A ' L ' -.X pg I 7' -f ,f 'ASW - w O rw' 5 RUSSELL JOSEPH I SPAMPINATO 3 -p 147 Morse St., Watertown . Russ, Spam Favorite Pastime: Sleeping in the back room. ' . Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Co- . 4' " ,, educational trade school classes. A if IIIAQ West, Watertown, Business A,A. 1, 2, 3. 5, . . I 5' The Queen of Hearts, ,.4-1 DONN E WIN SPRINGER Suppressed Desire: To listen to Mr. Peterson do the Mexican Hat Dance in the middle of 1224. Ig Warren, College Civics Committee 2, School Ex- change 2g Vespers 2, 35 Foot- ball 1. ELIZABETH ANN STANFIELD Betty Favorite Pasrime: Being with that certain someone. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My guidance counselor, Mrs. Huss. IV, Weeks, Business School Exchange 2, Field Hoc- key 1. ROBERT LEWIS STEARNS Bob Favorite Pastime: Weight lifting in Physics class. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A live tiger! I, Weeks, College Civics Committee 35 Orange Shield 2, 39 Senior Play 39 Legis- lature Dance Committee 2g Tennis 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. CHRISTINE MARY STEFAN C ns, ristie Suppressed Desire: To go to Europe. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A school day from 10 to 2 plus no homework. II, Bigelowg College Rally Committee 35 Music Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 35 Centenary Committee 3. AMY ELIZABETH STELLAR Suppressed Desire: Not to e called Carol. Favorite Pastime: That special place on Massachusetts Avenue. Ig Weeksg College Orange Book 2, 33 Ushers 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, Tennis Ig Orchesis 1, 2, 3, junior Prom 2, Fencing Club 2. CAROL L. STELLAR Suppresse Desire: Not to be called Amy. Favorite Pastime: That special place on Massachusetts Avenue. I, Weeks, College Legislature lg Orange Book 2, 39 Ushers 39 Dance Committee 1, 2, 39 Tennis 1, Orchesis 1, 2, 33 junior Prom 2g Fencing Club 2. ASON STERNBURG Jay Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Study in 2200. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A pupil fan club for a few special teachers. II: Weeks: College Legislature 2: Motion Picture Squad 1: Intramural Sports 1: Camera Club 2: International Club. KAY STERNFELD K-K-K-Katy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Friday S-block "Seminars". Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: No Senior Section in the Newtonian - just for variety. 1: Bigelow: College School Exchange 2: Newtonian 2, 3, Senior Section Editor 3: Drama Festival 2, 3: Debating Club 2: International Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1: Girls' Chorus 1, 2. UDITH H. STITT Ju V Suppressed Desire: To see the termites finally finish Building I. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More loyal Newton rooters at the foot- ball games. I: Warren: College Rally Committee 3: A Cappella Choir 1: Music Festival 1: S.O.S. 2. ARTHUR N0 MAN SUDALTEIP' rro Suppressed Desire: To give Mr. Swan a late slip. Changes I would like to see at N. I-I. S. in next 100 years. Car- riages for the Seniors pulled by the Sophs from class to class. II: Weeks: College Home Room Manager: Dance Committee: Football 1, 2, 3: In- tramural Sports: Drama Club. SANDRA RAE SULKOWI CH 3 an Suppressed Desire: To have a homeroom and all my classes on the first floor. Favorite Pastime: The "no-necked monsters." I: Warren: College Legislature 2: Newtonite 2, 3: Rally Committee 3: Drama Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Guidance Office Receptionist 2: S.O.S.'2, 3: Centenary Committee 3. I. m - MARIE EVELYN SULLO Rie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year in Mr. Fischer's class. IV: Day: Business ANTHONY SEARS SUMMERS Tony Favorite Pastime: Horseback rid- ing at Sapanaro's on Amigo. Fondest Memory of N. H. S. Miss Stone's Sophomore Latin class. I: Weeks: College Legislature 2, 3: Dance Commit- tee 3: English Club 3: French Club 2, 3: International Club 3: Latin Club 2. SUSAN SUMMERS Sue Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: April 19th of my Sophomore year. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: S- block "lunch" periods brought back. 11: Warren: College Band 1: S.O.S. 2, 3. JOAN ELIZABETH I V+- sU IN joanie Favorite Pastime: PETE! ' Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Three Musketeers in my Junior N '- year. II: Warren: College kxxx H Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance 3 Committee 1, junior Class Com mittee: S.O.S. 2, 3. 1 X 1 1 .. M a SUSAN ELAINE SUSSMAN Sue Favorite Pastime: Talking to Hel- aine at 7:00 A.M. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: june, july, and August. II: Weeks: College Ushers 1, 2, 3: Tennis 1: Archery 3: English Club 3. She made some tarts Mimi RICHARD BECKMAN SWETT Dick Suppressed Desire: To find a buyer for my elevator tickets. Favorite Pastime: Eating. I: Weeks: College Dance Committee 1, 2: Football 1, 2: Track, Indoor 3: Track, Out- door 2, 3: Hunting and Fishing Club. MARION MICHEALE TABER C I NAZARENO THOMAS TEMPESTA ' - f,1i?ff' Ned, Nez I qw'-3' ,Q Favorite Pastime: Seeing Pat be- 1 ' gi tween classes. V . Changes I would like to see at if 1 N. H. S. in next '100 years: A A i tunnel to Newtonville. 1 II: Our Lady's: College Stage Crew 2: Science Fair 1: Baseball 1: Intramural Sports 1. My , . Q.:- "'xf'. . wi' "'-M., fx-591 J ' 5, sw.. ,'.,,i . ' if" . ' . '+f' S 1- STEPHEN FENBY T'-G+ 15" Q if 1.1! W: 1.4 S2165 elim:-1. 1:22 v, 'C,.s.z5,'-3529: Q 'G -f WE wzrwnitsf as .ae -f .'S.-.-2:i s .- A ' if TENANTY Steve Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Bus Favorite Pastime: The "no-necked monsters." Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A bridge from the fourth floor of Building I to the third floor of Building II. I: Weeks: College Newtonian 3: Newtonite 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 3: Drama Club 3: International Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, SIU -rn. 2, 3: Orchesis 1. GITY TAMADON Suppresse Desire: To study lan- guages. , Favorite Pastime: Music, paint- ing, reading. I: Tehran, Iran: College International Club 3: A.F.S. Com- mittee 3: A.F.S. Exchange Student 3. STUA T ELL TEMKIN Suppressed Desire: Only I know that. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: To let the students run the school for one week. II: Campbell: College Ice Hockey 3: Intramural Sports 2: Art Club 1. All on a summeris' day ri . BWV? MQIFQYUUU WS "Tift Fri' rides home during Junior year. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Ultra- modern one story buildings with swimming pools and student park- ing privileges on the roofs. II: Warren: College Rifle Club 3. ARTHUR SORREL TENENBAUM Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Build- ing I converted into a garage to ease the parking problem. I: Bigelow: College National Honor Society 2, 33 Newtonian 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Or- chestra 1, 2, 3: Chess Team 3: Chess Club 3: Meteorology Club 1, 2, 3. MARY ANN THEOPHILE Suppressed Desire: To have a sup- pressed desire. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior year with Herr Packard and his German class?? I: Warren: College Legislature 3: Civics Committee 3: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2: Rally Committee 2: Dance Committee 2: French Club 1: Fu- ture Teachers 1: International Club 2, 3. PETER ALAN THOMPSON Pete Suppressed Desire: To have lunch at "Chin's" Village. Favorite Pastime: Checking the ice out of season. I: Warren: College Legislature 1: Orange Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2: Ushers 3: Football 2, 3: Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, Captain 3: Outdoor Track 2, 3: Boys' Chorus 3: GBI All Stars Hockey 2, 3. JOSEPH F CIS THORP Joe Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Repairing outlets in girls' locker room. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Arm chairs in laboratory. IIIA: Service 1' . 2 ,XL J MARIE AMELIA THURBER Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The United Nations trip in my Junior year.. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A room for relaxation for the Sen- iors. II, Warren, College Spring Musical 2, Rally Commit- tee 1, 2, Leader Corps 1, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 2, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3. A SUE ELLEN THURBER Suppressed Desire: To live in Nantucket in the summer and Stowe, Vt. in the winter. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More parking space for pupils, no more compulsory Sophomore speech classes, a lounge for the Seniors with color television and a juke- box. II, Warren, College Orchesis 1. an-any THOMAS F T BIN II ELLEN THERESA TODARO Favorite Pastime: Reading. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Our daily walks. IV, Weeks, Business S.O.S. 3. The Knave of Hearts, DORIS MAE THURSTON Wiiie Favorite Pastime: Being with a certain someone. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior and Senior years. IV, Warren, Business Basketball 1, 2, Field Hockey 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, Volley Ball 1, 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, S.O.S. MARILYN MITCHELL TONKS Fondest Memory o . H. S.: Football games we won, 1957-58 motorcade. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Longer school day with no homework. I, Weeks, College Home Room Manager 2, Rally Committee 3, Future Teachers 2, 3, International Club 2, 3, Rifle Club 3, Centenary Committee. PETER TRAYNOR Favorite Pastime: oing rom one study to the next. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years:' Air- conditioned classrooms. I, Weeks, College Legislature 1, Orange Shield 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3, Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3, In- tramural Sports 3, International Club 3, Senior Class Committee 3, Boys' Chorus 1, 2. LORRAINE THERESA RIFERO L. T., Shrimp Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Six Musketeers, Riding to school in the "48". Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Fewer kids with more spirit. I, Weeks, College Legislature 1, 3, Civics Commit- tee 2, 3, Home Room Manager 1, Orange Shield 2, 3, Tigerama Committee Hostess 1, 2, 3, Chair- man Social Board 3, Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, Chairman 3,-Dance Committee 1, 2, Chairman 3, Ush- ers 1, Fencing 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Orchesis 1, 2, Sec.-Treas. 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, SUSAN FAY TUCKER Suppressed Desire: o pass in- spection. Favorite Pastime: Worrying what to worry about. I, Meadowbrook, College Newtonian 3, Newtonite 1, 2, Senior Play 3, Dance Committee 2, 3, Latin Club I, 2, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 2, Girls' Chorus 2, 3. BETSY JANE TICHNOR B.T., Betz Favorite Pastime: Coming to N. H. S. at 7:00 to get a parking space. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Lunch. I, Warren, College Orange Shield 3, Rally Commit- tee 2, 3, Cavalry Club 3, Future Teachers 2. It t Bev .-' - il ,:. v 'vi ' 4 f .- - qi? mx 1 .f ,fl , .4 'x f 'uf ' 'N - six i'ff'. XW' ' H .ia RICHARD TUDOR Dick Suppressed Desire: To get through the tunnels on a rainy day. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My three years at N. H. S. II, Weeks, College Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. 5 E gp f X ? - . 1. ', gg , iff. '41-Y -if W7 , 'X . ---A .5 fzgrf. 1, .. .1f' :fff4 r- iffiz f 1? 'i xii'--'i-, " ,eq ,Ms ALAN CARY TURIN Al, Turini Favorite Pastime: Trying to enjoy life. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A few more students - I get so lonely walking down empty corri- dors during passing. I, Woodstock Country School, Vt., College Track, Outdoor 1. BEVERLY JEAN VACCARELLO Suppressed Desire: To see Mr. Willard carry out all his planned excursions. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Week-ends and the many, many howls. II, Warren: College Legislature 1, Home Room Man- ager 1, 2, Orange Shield 3, Tiger- ama Committee 1, 2, 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, Ushers 1, 2, Or- chesis 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Sophomore Class Committee, junior Class Commit- tee, Centenary Committee 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2. JUDITH MARIE VACHON J'-1dY.VlC .J Favorite Pastime: Anything but work. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Longer lunches and better parking facili- ties. IV, Day, College Senior Play 3, Rally Committee I, 2, 3, English Club 2, Outing Club 1. WILLIAM ANDREW VACHON B1 , he Bash Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those early morning Hockey prac- tices. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A simplified schedule. I, Day, College National Honor Society 2, 3, Executive Committee 1, Home Room Manager 2, Science Fair 1, Ice Hockey 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, Radio Club 1. PHILIP JOHN VAGLICA ank Suppressed Desire: To become a mechanical engineer some day! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: junior homeroom with Miss Haz- ard. IIIA, Weeks, College A.A. 1. 2. 3. ,rgfg . Q A . . f , ,,1lf.M ,.' J f -f""f,- 4 f'Q' N A :F I f I it p 9 f H ii. I ETHELINE BURCH TURNER Shrimp, Peanut, Shortie, Lene, Ethel Suppressed Desire: To be a pri- vate secretary to Rockefeller. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Sen- iors back in Building Ill. IV, Warren, College National Honor Society 2, 3: Ushers 1, 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Girls' Chorus Secretary 1. 11,2 g I '- A X I VECCHIONE Suppressed Desire: I'll never tell. Favorite Pastime: Mr. Stephen's math class - 3 years straight. II, Warren, College Football 2, Track, Outdoor 3. MARTHANNE UHLINGER Mattie Suppressed Desire: To have a homeroom on the first Hoot. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: To have a school spirit that lasts all year long. I, Bigelow, College Rally Committee 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee 2, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3. ,,... Ni: m Q. J , ' OHN VESP Suppressed Desire: To drive my car on the school walks. Favorite Pastime: Watching all the girls go by. IIIA, Day, Business He stole those tarts - Tim, Timmy . w. mi tw - .f .Q sf' eff. :sei .Q'2'.,..:.-V IB M . . :gf mt . - 7,5 1-mr' . , Fi . ... , E. ., . N J . -.. , I ALLEN MARTIN VISCOTT Suppressed Desire: To get all A's and B's in my Senior year. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Hazard's homeroom. Ilg Bigelow: College Ushers 2: Science Fair 3: Intra- mural Sports 1, 25 Physics Club 3. JEANETTE SHIRLEY VOKEY New on rg an s Suppressed Desire: To meet that certain someone. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Fischer's English class. IV, Hobbsg College Civics Committee 2, 35 Orange Shield 35 Rally Committee 3: Anti-Smoking Committee 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA ANN VONA Pat Favorite Pastime: Waiting for "Black Beauty" to ride again. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Counting the days 'til the week- end. IVQ Warren: Business Legislature 33 Home Room Man- ager 1, 25 Tigerama Committee 2, 33 Rally Committee 1, 2g Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 2, Out- ing Club 1, 25 Girls' Chorus 1, 2g Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2: Junior Class Committee. SUSAN WAINEx Sue, Cousy, HUN! Suppressed Desire: To tour the world. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The football team and wonderful people! II: House In The Pines: Business Basketball: Tennis, Softball. JANET KATHERINE WALLACE Favorite Pastime: Being an "Au- burndale girl". Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More Nebish Parties. Ig Warreng College Legislature 1: Home Room Man- ager 2g Orange Shield 33 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 35 Senior Play 3g Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Ves- pers 2g Leader Corps lg Anti- Smoking Committee 2, 33 Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 2, Mu- sic Club 1, 2, 35 Orchesis 1, 2: Outing Club 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: junior Class Committee 25 S.O.S. 3. STANLEY STEWART WALLACK Stan Suppiiessed Diesird: To 'Qliscover my ambitions. Favorite Pastime: Getting enjoy- ment from life. Ig Meadowbrook: College Legislature lg Newtonian 39 Sci- ence Fair Zg Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Math Club 3: Science Club 3. And took them clean away LINDA MARIE WALSH Sugar Favorite Pastime: Being with the kids. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The fun I had in 1303 in my junior year. IVg Dayg Business Basketball 2, 35 Field Hockey 25 Archery 35 Softball 35 Volley Ball 33 Intramural Sports 2. Rf -5. 2.2-: Z .f.i.'?fii:m.:a , .. Z -V' X t . swl--Q95 kiigliifili ' K Wi'- 5.7 .. . as ' , .Q 5 ani. , . . I TIMOTHY FRED WALSH Suppressed Desire: To do a hand- stand on the top of Building I Ere escape. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Home Room 23E - Junior year. Ig Warren: Service HELANE W RBURTON ickey Fondest Memorv of N. H. S.: Mr. Gallagher's kindness and under- standing. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A new safety poster in the cafeteria. Ig Meadowbrook, College Leader Corps 23 Ushers 33 Arch- ery 3, French Club 35 Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 2, Fencing lg S.O.S. 3. MARK PATRICK WALSH Biddy Suppressed Desire: To always stay young. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Hazard and homeroom 23E in my Junior year. Ig Day, College Legislature 25 Science Fair 25 Base- ball lg Football 1, 2: Track, Out- door 2g Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3g Aviation Club 33 Debating Club 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 35 Rifle Club 3. rl Ss Wi X if x X st M, . fy' ' if :af-1. 1 mfs- :S-ft: me 1 K gs Ja, Qwyam Y rs14vi'i5i.+.f+:2ft1l . . ..,-tg.. e was .f f 1 A an 'fi it L to .. ....,. r I M, A saqt...w..g3v:.f.'ff5. . .Y'l'f2,,.,.q.4,,' Ng: tg,tL3e,efsgi,7s,.f.. QV W? L, as-N. lf. . .5 5f:f":':eHsisis.g-fi' ' S t milf ff Stan CYNTHIA MARIE ANN WARD Cindy, Du Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Willard's "Irish" accent. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Port- able Univacs. II, Wellesleyg College Archery 35 Outing Club 2, Fenc- ing 2. 'J-e -Q ' iz 5 X X K ',"'! 'R MARILYN LEE WASSERMAN Madelon Favorite Pastime: Putting off till tomorrow what I should be doing today. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Packard's wonderful German class. lg Weeksg College Senior Play 33 Dance Committee 3: Camera Club 2g German Club l, 25 Drama Club lg Orchesis 1: Centenary Committee 3. GEORGE LONG WARE, III Favorite Pastime: Listening to Mr. Packard's retirement plans. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Hazard's homeroom in my Junior year. Ig Warren: College Science Fair 2, Aviation Club 1, Rifle Club 3. PAUL GEORGE WARES Favorite Pastime: Homework. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: My graduation. Ig Warren: College One for the money, l aww ,. J 1 :- 74 as ,,. . , .. 'iii . g Qr::5l'::.x 15' . f fi: " 'Y.l1L'L"l --.wt i... 'I-2. Elf'-C:?fWi' Lt 1 ' ' ' gg..-.9 rv : ' v l fl'-t CM L 3 QQ LUELLA DOREEN WATSON Lue, Tiger Favorite Pastime: Being with Don. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the nature walks to Newtonville. IVg Warren: Business Rally Committee 2, 3: Tennis lg Archery 2, 3, Badminton 1: Music Club 33 Outing Club 3g Cen- tenary Committee 3. PRISCILLA OAN WATTS Prip, Pris Favorite Pastime: Living, listen- ing, and learning. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The gaiety and spirit of the Senior class. II: Weeks: College Senior Play 39 Basketball 2, 35 Field Hockey 2, 33 Volley Ball 25 English Club 2, Future Teachers 2, 39 Music Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3. STANLEY JOSEPH WATTS Suppressed Desire: To work in the building trade. Favorite Pastime: Working on my car. IIIAQ Maynard: Business Administrative Aids 2, 3. WAYNE GEORGE WEDEKIND Weedy Suppressed Desire: New wiring for Building II. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Meters in the teachers' parking lot. IIIAQ Warren, Service National Honor Society 2, 3. BARRY INER Fondest Memory of . H. S.: My brief stay in Mr. Hall's Chemistry class. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Build- ing I torn down. Ig Brookline: College Orange Shield 39 Basketball 33 Football lg Track, Outdoor 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. HERBERT JOEL W RAUB Her Suppressed Desire: To tell the truth to Mr. Ferguson. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Its mashugana lunch. Ig Meadowbrook, College French Club 2. LAWRENCE BRUCE RICHARD EDWARD WELCH Welch's Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Getting out of last period study. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More gym periods per week. IV: Day: Service ROBERT WEBSTER WELCH Bo , Bobb elchie Suppressed Desire: To be a suc- cessful radio-T.V. announcer. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Sobel's English class. I: Day: College Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 2: Orange Book 2: junior Class Committee 2. SUSAN HOPE WENSKY Sue Suppressed Desire: To have an everlasting supply of bobby pins at my disposal. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Creedon, Class of '57, and the day I was chased down the Building I tunnel. II: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 1: Cavalry Club 3: Music Club 1: S.O.S. 3. WEXLER Larry Suppressed Desire: To go to col- lege, get rich, and marry. Favorite Pastime: Getting to school at 7:15 to park my "bug." I: Weeks: College KENNETH LEWIS WEYLER Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Throwing water bombs out the window of room 146. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A parking lot for students only. I: Bigelow: College Orange Shield 3: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2: Aviation Club 1, 2, 3: Chemistry Club 3: Centenary Committee 3. . I vi, w-' ANE FRANC S HELAN Favorite Pastime: My a ulous Saturday-night dates. Changes I would like- to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More "Nebish" parties. II: Day: College Civics Committee 3: Tigerama Committee 3: Rally Committee 3: Tennis 3: Future Teachers 3: Out- ing Club 3. BEVERLY ANN WHITE Bev, Bevie Favorite Pastime: Playing with my "Hula-Hoop". Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The frog Shirley and I dissected, but never touched. II: Weeks: College Dance Committee 2: Archery 2: Future Teachers 2: Home Eco- nomics Club 1: Outing Club 1, 2. Connie Favorite Pastime: Being an "Au- burndale girl." Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More Nebish parties. II: Warren: College Orange Shield 33 Tigerama Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 1, 3: Tennis 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Fencing 1, 2: Girls' Chorus 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 3. FRANCES JEAN WHITE Fran, Frannie Favorite Pastime: Being an "Au- burndale girl". Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the kids: J.C.'s Chemistry class in my Junior year. I: Warren: College Legislature 1: Home Room Man- ager 1: Newtonite 1: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Commit- tee 2, 3: Dance Committee 2: Archery 2, 3: Outing Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Class Committee 1, 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2. AN IRVING WHITE Normie Suppressed Desire: To take more than a four bar solo at Tigerama. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Playing the drums at Newton High football games. I: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 2: French Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Band Vice President 3: Dance Band 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 2, 3: March- ing Band 1, 2, 3. Two for the show: L 1 Ll, J ,I LEEN R ETT L U 4 M '. . L- 1 dj, f L A- L il -,lA'Favorite Pastime: aving my dreams analyzed by a certain someone. RA AN ' . ' ' f I d' ointments with uidance Sandy '., A Suppressed Desire: To stop the ,- , ,Q t f' S.N. Sessions. - Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All J the laughs and wonderful times I've had. II: Bigelow: College pllfll P s coun' lors loud speaker units in all the classrooms. I' Weeks' College Newtonian 3' Tigerama Commit- 'tee 3' Senior Play 3: Tennis 2 3: Drama Club 2: French Club 1, 2, 3: International Club 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3. 'H e K 1 V ' Al. L ct' 'P NL Af Qflyw' . ,r 4 '- "'.' I J-Chanq'I would like to see gt ' ' I- ' C ' ' I I A N in next 100 years' Sche - N W1-IIT 4 , y f I 1 I 1 ' M W ' N ' t y ,I I v- , ' ' C' ' ' Tennis 3: French Club 3: Music Club 1, 3. SUSANNA LENNON WHITE Susie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The window seat in our Senior play. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: None! I: Day: College Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 3: Stage Crew 3: Archery 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1. CAROL JOAN WHITNEY Newto nds Favorite Pastime: Being with a certain someone! Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Esca- lators up and down stairs. IV: Bigelow: Business Orange Shield 3: S.O.S. 3. NORMAN LESEUR WHI NEY Suppressed Desire: To see New ton beat Waltham and Brookline. Fondest Memory of N. H. S. 1958 football season. I: Weeks: College Finance Board 2: Dance Commit tee 1, 2: Baseball 1: Football 1 3: Track, Outdoor 2. Three to get ready' U' -PM ' 2wiU3-:FEE Qs S LEY ue Favorite Pastime: Being with all the wonderful kids at N. H. S. and night rides. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore year. II: Weeks: College Orange Shield 3: Music Board 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Hostess 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1, 2: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: The Four Chords: Fenc- ing 1. SUSAN ANE LLIAMS ue, Susie Favorite Pastime: Answering the telephone in the Social Studies ofhce. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More teachers like Miss Creedon: more homerooms like old 146. I: Day: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Civics Committee 3: Newtonian 3: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Fencing 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 2: Rifle Club 1, 2, 3: Centenary Committee 3: S.O.S. 2, 3: Leader Corps 3. BRUCE GEORGE WI CHEST Favorite asti . ing o prove anything to Mr. Card. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More parking spaces. I: Glendale: College Motion Picture Squad 2, 3: Cam- era Club 2, 3. JEA T WINER eanie Favorite Pastime: Trying to make Beethoven turn over in his grave. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My tiger. I: Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Legislature 1, 3: Newtonian 3: Music Board Chairman 3: Spring Musical 1: Drama Festival 2: Rally Committee 1, 2: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee 3: Ushers 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, Secretary 3: Orchesis 1: Tusitala 1, 2: Spring Concert 2, 3: Madrigals 1, 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. IRVING MICHAEL Newton ig s Irv Favorite Pastime: The good old days in 146. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The night we had a motor caravan through Oak Hill. II: Meadowbrook: College Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Camera Club 2: Debating Club 2, 3: French Club 2:AHunting and Fish- s...-f' gil' ' -., . . K . gf . . E wx G xx JUDITH ANN WINOGRAD Judy Suppressed Desire: To get an A in Kenyon Study. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Tables for four with waitresses in all three cafeterias. I5 Bigelowg College Legislature 25 Newtonian 35 Rally Committee 2, 35 Drama Club 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 International Club 25 Music Club 1, 25 Orchesis 15 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. aa .-ea X ith Sk I I I t f .- 34 Y , i ' 1 i i-' -Q 1 419' I - if Lai ' ,.J.'1t'::-Ifzlv. ..," 'AU'-' f 1:39 iw . I .fsfgf .. . Q"-'I-'PII-X , N eaaeisiagygv 3 1 ' saxafi ARTHUIWILLIAM WINTE ALTER Art, Hugo Favorite Pastime: Eating those now forgotten S-block lunches. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A Driver Ed. course for motorcycles. I5 Warren5 College Stage Crew 35 Motion Picture Squad 2, 3. LINDA WOLF Suppressed Desire: To have a homeroom on the first floor. Favorite Pastime: Seeing the no- neck monsters. I5 Meadowbrook5 College Home Room Manager 15 Newton- ian 35 Senior Play 35 Drama Festi- val 15 Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance Committee 15 Archery 2, 35 International Club 2, 35 Music Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 33 Cen- tenary Committee 3. STEVEN CHARLES WOLF Steve Favorite Pastime: Participating in sports. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The nights when I didn't have home- work. I5 Meadowbrook5 College Senior Play 3: Tennis 35 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 33 Math Club 25 Chess Club 25 Rifle Club 1, 25 Centenary Committee 35 Class Committee 2, 3. IRENE FAY WOLFE Renee Suppressed Desire: To have a four-day weekend. Favorite Pastime: Pushing my way through the lunchroom. II5 Day5 College Rally Committee 2, 33 Music Club 2, 3. FRANCIS WOODBRIDGE Butch, Wo y Suppressed Desire: To make everybody who hasn't heard of Cross Country run 256 miles. Changes I would like to see at N. I-I. S. in next 100 years: 50 Tigeramas. I5 Weeks: College Track, Indoor 1, 2, 35 Track, Out- door l, 2, '35 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Captain 2, 35 Gymnastics 1, 2, 35 P.T.S.A. Representative 25 Chess Team 1, 2, 3. SUSAN ANE WISE Sue Suppressed Desire: To be tall, blond, and beautiful. Favorite Pastime: Eating at Jack's. I5 Bigelow5 College French Club 1, 2, 35 Future Teachers 2, 35 Latin Club 15 Or- chesis 15 A Cappella Choir. ,. ft, li ik xi X FAITH ANN WORDEN Faye, Tay-Tay Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The "half" at the football games. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: An automat for the cafeteria. II5 Bigelowg College A Cappella Choir 15 Girls' Cho- rus 1, 2, 3. BARRY NEAL WISH Barish Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "S-block lunches. Changes I would like to see a N. H. S. in next 100 years: Mis: America finalists for teachers. I5 Bigelow: College Legislature 35 Civics Board Chair man 35 Civics Committee 2, 3 President 35 Orange Shield 2, 3 Orange Book 2, 35 Anti-Smoking Committee 2, 3, Dance Commit tee 1. 2: Intramural Sports 25 ONSTANCE WORTHEN Connie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Thi day my gondola sank in the run ne . I5 Warren5 College Civics Committee 35 Orang Shield 25 Newtonian 3, Dram. Festival 25 Vespers 25 Drama Clul 2, 35 International Club 2, 3 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Class Com mittee 35 A Cappella Choir 1, 2 Madrigal Singers 25 A.F.S. Com mittee 3. And four to go. X .l-.-.. l-I CHAEL WORWAG Hannes Suppressed Desire: To eat lunch Jutdoors. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The iriendliness of the teachers and students. l: Germany: University I'ennis 3: Rifle Club 3: A.F.S. Committee 33 A.F.S. Exchange Student 3. ,. 3? PAULA LOUISE ZIBBELI. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Working in the Newtonite office by the light of the moon. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Com- plete evacuation. I: Day: College Orange Shield 3: Newtonite 2, 35 Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Dance Committee 2: Ushers 3: English Club 1: Orchesis 1: Tusitala 2, 3. HERBERT LEROY ACHORN, R. Herb Suppressed Desire: To make a million dollars. Favorite Pastime: Taking four lunch periods. II: Weeks: Service Hunting and Fishing Club. NICOLA BIBBO ic Favorite Pastime: Playing cards. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: My graduation. IIIA: Bigelow: Service ,V -,:.:.,w, .s ,ii 3? ,416 25? x , 1? A Q- la' I 4' A N . ...i r ,, My K . y a - 5 lv Q .A Q. " X "": I f f'.l'32Qf:sf45 ii I I l 7 '1 f . ' .1 i i- ' . 5 ' Aviv NFL - audw' Vfr 5 ANDREA LEE WRAGG LAWRENCE THOMAS YEO ROBERTA HELE ZAKON 1-HIV Bo bi Andy SUPPFCSSCCI Dfsifel T0 80 I0 C0l- Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Favorite Pastime: After - school lege with the kids of the Century Running between fain drops from SP0rts. Class. Buildings I to III. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: All Senior classes in Building III! I: Weeks: College Legislature 2: Tigerama Commit- tee 2, 35 Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Sen- ior Play 3: Basketball 1, 2, 35 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Badminton 1, 2, 3: Softball 1, 2, 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis Favorite Pastime: Discussing col- leges with Jerome. l: Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Leg- islature 3, President 35 Orange Shield 3: Class Committee 1, 2, President 1, 2: Tigerama Com- mittee 2: Vespers 1, 2: Anti- Smoking Committee 1: Dance Committee 2: Band 1, 2: Orches- tra 2: Baseball 1. 3: Basketball 1, Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Pri- vate taxi service to Buildings I, II, III. II: Brookline: College Rally Committee 1, 2: Archery 1, 2: English Club 2: French Club 1, 2. l We lacks and fills have clzinbed to the peak: PHILIP ARSEN ULT Phil Favorite Pastime: Going out for coffee at 10. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Christmas party in the radio shop. IIIA: Warren: Service Radio Club: A.A. JUDITH ELLEN BOUDREAU Judy Favorite Pastime: Jimmy. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: To be able to graduate with 60 credits. II: Day: College Home Room Manager 1: Tiger- ama Committee 1, 2: Rally Com- mittee 1, 2: Leader Corps 1: Dance Committee 1: Music Club 1, 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. S. DAVID AXELSON Dave Favorite Pastime: Building hot rods. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Drury. IIIA: Waltham Tech. High: Col- lege A.A. WILFRED JOSEPH BOUDROT Bill Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Graduation. IIIA: Warren: Business , 0 MARK EDWARD ZIMMERMAN Favorite astime: Making out seating plans in study. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Re- turn of S-blocks. I: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 2, 3: School Exchange 2: Senior Play 3: Jun- ior Red Cross Council 3: Dance Committee 3: Intramural Sports 3: Music Club 2, 3: Centenary Committee 3. CLIFF RD H. BEECHER Cliff, Cliffy Favorite Pastime: Before-school squirreling. II: New Hampton: College Home Room Manager 1, 2: Or- ange Shield 3: Intramural Sports 2. OHN TU ANHA Suppressed Desire: To be a fam- ous paint brush manufacturer. Favorite Pastime: Art. II: The Viking School: Service Senior Play 1, 2: Spring Musical 1, 2: Drama Festival 1, 25 Stage Crew 1, 2, 3: Science Fair 15 Art Club 1, 2, 3. MARGARET ISABELLE CARR Mickey Favorite Pastime: Causing confu- sion among the "powers that be" at N. H. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those 6-subject Mondays. I: Bridgewater High: College Basketball 1: Field Hockey 1: Softball I: Library Club I: Math Club 3: Chess Club 3. JOHN HENRY CENDROSKI I2 Gordon Terr., Newton IIIA: Saint Patrick':: Business HAROLD MICKEL CHRIS ENSEN Hal Favorite Pastime: Hot Rods. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Watch Frank T. shovel his way out of all the snow. IIIA: Weeks: Service RICHARD L. COLLINS orky Favorite Pastime: Playing cards. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Writing sheets for Mr. Hingston. IIIA: Day: Service PATRICIA JEAN COYNE Pat Favorite Pastime: Listening to the radio. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Spink's speech class. ll: Warren: College Library Club 1: Meteorology Club 3: Music Club 1: Centenary Com- mittee 5. CHARLES THOMAS MMINGS Chic Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Summer vacation. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Stock car races around the cinder track. IIIA: Warren: Service Radio Club. PAU HOMAS D'ATTILIO Suppressed Desire: To be a rich playboy. Favorite Pastime: Weekends down at the Cape. IIIA: Weeks: College Civics Committee 2: Basketball 1: Rifle Club 1. Further experience we will seek. MICHAEL M. DEMIRDJIAN Jerry Lee Suppressed Desire: To get an "A" in the print shop. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Playing Rock 'n Roll music on the piano in the drill shed. IIIA: East J. H., Watertown: Business A.A. DAVID DEMIRJIAN Pig Suppressed Desire: To forget night activities and do my home- work. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Standing on the corner of Build- ing II. IIIA: Weeks: Service A.A. JOSEPH RAYMOND GALLANT Ray, Joe Favorite Pastime: Lunch. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More parking spaces for pupils. IIIA: Business T E. GILL Bob II: St. Mary's, Waltham: Service Baseball 3. ING ton Johnny Suppressed Desire: To see the Driver Ed. car take first place at Sanford. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: An underground parking lot. II: West Jr. High, Watertown: College Rifle Club 1: Baseball Manager 1. ELAINE ROSE GLEASON IV: Natick High HELEN ANN GREEN Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The swell friends I have met. IV: Holy Cross Academy: Business Tennis 1, 2, 3: Softball 1, 2, 3: Library Club 2. WILLIAM H. GUERIN, JR. Bill Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The race to the lunchroom. IIIA: South Junior High, Wal- tham: Business STEVEN HALBERSTADT FRANKLIN NELSON HALEY Fran Favorite Pastime: Taking all four lunches. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My homeroom each year. IV: Weeks: Service ace Hockey 3: Intramural Sports 'I'I8 CHRISTOPHER KELLY HIRSH Chris Suppressed Desire: To drop a banana into the Grand Canyon. Favorite Pastime: Writing re- search papers. l: Boston College High: College Chess Club: Tusitala. NEIL S. HUSTON Husty Favorite Pastime: Hanging around the Cottage Donut Shop. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore year with Miss Hazard in room 23C. II: Day: Service Anti-Smoking Committee 2. EDNA VIVIAN JOHNSON Eddie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Packard's classes. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Back to last year's schedule. II: Bigelow: Service LEONARD KAYE ank Favorite Pastime: Eating cheese blintzes. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The 2 130 bell. I: Brookline: College Science Fair 3: Ham Radio Li- cense Holder - KNIHKJ. CHARLES R. KELLY II: Our Lady's JAMES MICHAEL KELLY Kel Suppressed Desire: To give Mr. Gradone ten hours. Favorite Pastime: Going into the wrong gym. IV: Sacred Heart: College WILLI C. Bill Fondest Memory of N. H. Sz: Eating lunch in Mr. Petersons room. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More comfortable seats in the class- rooms. IV: Day: Service THE RE KOLOW II ROBERT FRANCIS LaPOINTE Suppressed Desire: To grow up. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Time and a half for extra-curricular activities, like detention. IIIA: Wayland: Service DONALD RUSSELL LATONA Don Favorite Pastime: Growling with Mr. Malone's animals. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A sound-proof shower booth in the team room for the Root. Il: Bigelow: College Legislature 1, 3: Civics Commit- tee 3: Home Room Manager I, 2: Orange Shield 2, 3: Anti-Smok- ing Committee 2: Baseball 1, 2: Football 1, 3: Track, Outdoor 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2: Class Committee 2. ELBERT PAYSON LITTLE Payson Suppressed Desire: To own a Deusenberg Roadster. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mrs. Goldstein's English classes. I: Warren: College Music Club 1, 2, 3: Chess Club 2. ARLENE LUNIN Aullie Suppressed Desire: To graduate with A's. Favorite Pastime: Being with Tommy. II: Girls' Latin: College Volley Ball 1: Drama Club 1, 3: English Club 3: French Club 2: Home Economics Club 3: Latin Club I: Personality Club 3. RAL H WALDO LUPIEl Balmy Suppressed Desire: To become an undettaker. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Undertaking my studies. II: College STEPHEN C. YTLE Steve Favorite Pastime: "A" lunch. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Room 129. Il: Weeks: College Motion Picture Squad 1. EDWARD AMES MacLEAN Eddie, Ed Suppressed Desire: To know whe- ther I am coming or going. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Ele- vators in the buildings so the Sen- iors could sell elevator tickets. IV: Warren: Business ALBERT PATRICK MA STON Al Favorite Pastime: Trying to keep in G-block study, room 335. IV: Meadowbrook: Service Intramural Sports 1, 2. DENNIS MICHAEL MATMAK Suppressed Desire: To smuggle my blue cards out of the office. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The girls. Service ROBERT HARRY MAWHINNEY , o Suppressed Desire: To get my car started in the morning. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Densmore. IIIA: Weeks: Service ROLAND CHARLES CGRAHAM 0 Y Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Graduation 1958, Duggan's Party. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: An automar for the cafeteria: co-ed gym classes. II: Weeks: College Home Room Manager 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Anti-Smok- ing Committee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 3: Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: English Club 1: French Club 2, 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2: Library Club I: Math Club 3: Rifle Club 2: Science Club 3. JAMES MELNICK Tiny Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Fixing the lights in the tunnels. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: More parking spaces for students. IIIA: Warren: Service JOHN MELNICK Mellie Suppressed Desire: To pass math. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Christmas party in the radio shop. IIIA: Warren: Business PAUL ANTHONY MESSORE Muzi Favorite Pastime: Watching the "58" models go by Room 2T. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Senior Class of "57". IIIA: Weeks: Service GERALD MOORE IIIB V ROBERT EARL MOORE Earl Favorite Pastime: Playing golf. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Looking at all the girls in the lunch room. IIIB: Warren: Service From the knowledge gained at N H S xv., K BRAHM EVERSON MUTHER Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: A parking lot made out of a por- tion of the football field. IIIA: Weeks: College BILLY RILEY UILL Wi lie Suppressed Desire: To see the West. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Hazard and her class in 23E. IV: Day: Service RICHARD ANTHONY INI Dickie, Rusty Suppressed Desire: Hunting deer Qtwo legged onesb. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The radio in the chief shop. IIIA: Memorial: College THOMAS ARNOLD 'ROGERS :I+ ewton ntre II MICHAEL R. II WALTER THOMAS SANTUCCI Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The tunnels. Changes l would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Rock and Roll music in the corridors. IIIA, II: Warren: Service Trade School Basketball I. BARRY M RTIN SEROTA Favorite astimez eeting g s in the corridor and outside. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Hingston's writing sheets, 'Prom Now On.' IIIA: Winthrop: Business H9 JOHN FRANCIS SHAUGHNESSY Jack Su pressed Desire' To raduate. P . - 8 IV, Bigelow, Service PETER C. SMITH IIIB, Weeks, Service . RICHARD JOHN MONFORTB Root Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The look the two old ladies gave me after experiencing the full moon on Beacon St. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: The game of football played without pads or brains. II, Warren, College Baseball 1, Basketball 2, 3, Foot- ball 1, 3, Intramural Sports 2. W1 lil lil m 5 Ill RICHARD E. SMITH Dick, Smitty Suppressed Desire: To be a con- cert organist. Favorite Pastime: Skipping classes -legally. II, Weeks, College Home Room Manager 1, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, Science Fair 1, 3, Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3, Radio Club 1, 3, Stage Manager 3. MICHAEL JOSEPH TARANTINO Mike Favorite Pastime: Watching the girls at lunch time. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Watching pupils trying to make the late bell. IV, Weeks, Business LAWRENCE I WILLIAM JOSEPH TERRY Terry Favorite Pastime: Girls. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Harrer's English Class in 1444 with C lunch. I, St. John's Prep., College Orange Shield 3, Track, Indoor 3, Track, Outdoor 3, Honor Study Committee 3. PETER OH Pete Suppressed Desire: To make one million dollars before I am 25 years old. Changes I would like to see at N. H. S. in next 100 years: Elimi- nate the one hour parking zone. IHA, Framingham, Business R. WHITE We are better prepared to reach success. l!!""'rg TX 120 FRANK WILLIAM TURNER Frankie Favorite Pastime: Dating. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Hazard. II, Waltham, College GUINO VITTI IIIA, Day, Business Desire: A garage under the athletic field. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr Packard's German Class. II, Warren, Business Camera Club 35 Rifle Club 3. CALSAS5 AU' ww 4" if img nh ,gl - W 1 u l,'f' .A 'dff3ilFA3iM - J 1 KL- Q. f . K . .L 21, v ' ,Q R. 1 V . A. .xl V -, ,.. ,J'4. I Q' ' 4 L ng ' . .1 , 'I' 'kr A. . ---1: , 1 N . 1 . --if-,jg .ww- J v n 1 UBLICAIL ..,., . , ARIS 1 uf!-'wx-,E'71aL1c,:-'f v . Tx , f vi ,. .7.-5 '.I'.Kinf ,Ash-11 .MN A,-5.4-n..f.!c1'F rv ACTIVITIES BOARD P. Barry j. Cannon D. Bailen Mrs. Mcikka j. Dcrr Mr. Rogers S. Goldsmith JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Prefidentf Paul Guzzi Vice-Preridents Robert Gallagher Secretary: Margery Casselman Treasurer: Allen Copeland Advixer: Miss johnson Miss johnson, P. Guzzi, A. Copeland, M. Casselman, R. Gallagher. Fin! Row: P. Hills, S. Goldsmith, M. Plotkin, 1. Arcuri, J. Ostroff, K. Morse, L. Covich, C. Contod, M. Casselman, C. Tom, j. Campbell, L. Kotzen, S. Gordon, j. Malone. Second Row: L. Weinstein, L. MacDougal, M. Carroll, S. Remley, S. Clapper, M. Melvin, A. jarrell, L. Newman, E. Rotten- berg, L. Schell, Miss johnson. Third Row: D. Starr, T. Dangel, E. Havey, B. Skornik, V. Farina, M. Rudy, B. Seigal, A. Copeland, P. Guzzi. Fourth Row: B. Baiden, H. Gorney, A. Zaff, B. Gallagher, L. Berk. i SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Prefidents Peter Sahlin Vice-Prefiafenlx Mark Peters Secretary: Peter McKenney Treasurer: George Levenson Advifers Mr. Shapiro Mr. Shapiro, P. Sahlin, P. McKenney, G. Levenson, M. Peters. Fin! Row: M. Neiman, E. Shapiro, H. Morris, S. Fay, A. Aghababian, C. Steinberg, N. Macalastcr, J. Mullen. Second Row: S. Glickman, N. Grossman, P. Sahlin, C. Salter, J. Prince. LEGISLATURE The Newton High School Legislature is the successor of the original school Parliament. Un- fortunately little is known about that early organi- zation except that it did not believe in female suffrage. The present Legislature, as the funda- mental body of the student government, plays the dominant part in school life. It includes such executive units as the Civics, Activities, Music, Athletic, and Finance the right to submit and also to view the All of us who have Drama, Boys' Athletic, Girls' Boards. Every student has measures to the Legislature organization as it functions. seen the Legislature in action can testify to the value of this dynamic organization. This impres- sion is by no means limited to the students and faculty of Newton High School, it is also firmly imprinted on visitors. To quote a typical observer, "The Newton High School Legislature is one of the hardest working, most successful organizations I have ever come in contact with. The Legislature is not only the voice of the students of Newton High, but also a fine example of democracy in action." Newton High School can indeed be proud of its legislative system. Legislature Dance Committee Fin! Row: D. Averbuck, M. Greenwald, S. Tucker, H. Hoffman, H. Cohen, Mr. Avritch, M. Hotovitz, A. Pokorny, F. Podolsky, B. YoHe, L. Trifero, C. Ward, J Magnet, A. Stellar. Second Row: R. Levine, J. Bailen, N. Freedman,'J. Nadler, L. Slavin, N, Lillis, R. Fish, K. Wallen, A. Grifman, J. Kurson, M. Kruger, C. Lovell, J. White, M. White, E. Mitchell, J. Winograd. Third Row: M. Zimmerman, E. Brown, C. Stellar, A. Lipman, J. Adelman, F. Weisberg, S. Rhodes, A. Schwartz, P. Gath R. Shepard, K. Ryan. Fourth Roux' J. Greene, D. Krinsky, L, Smith, H. Peters, E Polen, C. Letteney, C. Rowland, M. Rapp, M. Hoye, C. Davidoff, S. McCloskey, M Casselman, P. Hills, C. Markey. Legislature J. Adelman, B. Andersen, M. Arnold, J. Bailen, P. Barry, M. Bilezikian P. Bilezikian, E. Bloom, E. Bornstein, W. Boucher, C. Bronstein, J Budd, J. Cannon, D. Chacran, S. Cohen, F. Copeland, D. Covitz, J Daly, D. DeMarco, V. DiLuzio, C. Dine, K. Downing, S. Egbert J. Farnham, M. Fineberg, D. Fitts, R. Freiden, P. Galvin, R. Gatti R. Geagan, S. Glickman, S. Goldberg, H. Gordon, J. Graceffa, R. Greenberg, P. Hamilton, N. Hewitt, M. Hotovitz, H. Howard, P Ingham, S. Kalnajs, M. Keenan, J. Kingsdale, M. Kroner, M. Lancaster, Q B. Landry, G. Lanigan, A. Lavely, J. Lavely, C. Letteney, B. MacLeod, A. Manson, E. Marks, S. McCann, E. McCormack, K. McGee, S. McKeen, M. Meaney, S. Milman, E. Mitchell, W. Morris, J. Moss, L. O'Brien, W. O'Donnell, M. Oven, M. Person, E. Plotkin, M. Rapp, J. Rice, B. Rifkin, B. Robertson, M. Rosenthal, J. Ross, P. Rouncls, P. Sahlin, A. Schenk, E. Scribner, K. Secunda, L. Shaw, E. Shea, M. Slotnick, J. Sutcliffe, S. Swanson, M. Theophile, V. Thompson, R. Todrin, P. Vona, L. Warner, P. Wells, J. Winer, L. Wolff, E. Yoffe. y we' 33" I i FZ? 4? Q7 Associates Council Firrt Row: S. Fowler, M. E. DeStefano, L. Yeo, N. Driscoll, N. Preston, M. Rapp. Second Row: C. Eggers, B. Southmayd, P. Daly, D. Rich- mond, R. Shepard. 'rf P.T.S.A. Fin! Roux' M. Horovitz, M. Casselman. Second Roux' B. Rifkin, Mr. Rogers, F. Posner. Third Row: Mr. Hickey, H. Cohen. ASSOCIATE CCUNCIL Too few students are aware of the activities of the Associate Council, one of the many little-known organizations which help to make Newton High an efficiently-run school. This group of principal-appointed faculty members and elected student representatives ex- ercises general control over student activities. The Council votes on all measures which are passed by the Legis- lature, superintends the administrative boards, initiates legislation, and ap- points election officials. P.T.S.A. The P.T.S.A. is only a few years old, but in its infancy it has become one of the most active organs of Newton High life. This organization strives to achieve harmony between parents, teachers, and studentsg and it is met with approval by all because of the many advantages which it offers: the P.T.S.A. has fostered Tigeramag it awards scholarships to two deserving seniors, it prints a parents' handbook. This year, the "S" in P.T.S.A. has been emphasized. The students have organ- ized mailing, the assembly and distribu- tion of the P.T.S.A. handbook, and the February meeting. 127 The Civics Committee is a relatively new addition to Newton High School government. Formed in 1945 as an anti-smoking committee, it remained as such until four years ago. At that time an effort was made to introduce a great many other activities into the agenda of this new Civics Committee. Today, the group supervises elections, fire drills, assemblies, ush- ering on visiting days, guiding visitors through the school, and a host of other activities. Many will re- member the famous "Smile" campaign, as well as the day our tigers, armed with shovels, takes, and baskets, set out on a "Clean-up-Newton-High" party. The Civics Committee is under the supervision of the Civics Board, headed by Barry Wish, who is also chairman of the Civics Committee. The four remain- ing members of the Board are the Boys' and Girls' Vice-Presidents of the Associates, Neil Driscoll and Mary Ellen DeStefano, and the Co-chairmen of the Orange Shield, James Gilford and Clinton Pollack. The Civics Board meets throughout the year to dis- cuss the affairs of its two subordinate groups, the Civics Committee and the Orange Shield. Congratula- tions to Barry Wish and all those connected with the Civics Board on doing a fine job for all of us at Newton High School. CIVICS COMMITTEE AND CIVICS BOARD Fin! Row: J. Resnicli Jacobs, J. Arnold, M. Ar S. Gould, M. Meterparc Malone, S. Ryter, W. At C. Pollack, J. Gifford Wish, L. Yeo, M. DeSte N. Driscoll, S. Kaufmat Novack, N. Lillis, C. O C. Gagin, S. Callahar Whelan, L. Maloney, Marsh, J. Dean, D. C Second Row: B. Adolpl Rubin, M. Shapiro, C. berg, N. Balboni, K. N S. Hern, L. Kotzen, D. Q mond, J. Sutherland, i. son, L. Cohen, L. New M. Oven, D. Gurvitz, C. C dler, B. Weinberg, K. C man, S. McKeen, J. Re D. Axelrod, C. Kueble Rowland, K. Carleton, J. est. Third Row: B. C B. Snyder, H. Cohen, J. 1 zoli, L. Smith, C. Gordo Wells, M. Auryansen, S. liams, M. Horovitz, G. tens, J. Kneeland, C. Dav M. Casselman, J. Schofiel Williams, M. Bilezikiar Fay, P. Bilezikian, D. E. Prentice, M. Kerr, J. l J. Arcuri, B. Yeo. F Row: J. Burg, D. Dov Goldberg, D. Bailen, Brown, P. Corsi, B. Ste R. Bloom, D. Levine, T. I A. Levitan, E. Cole, S. I berger, B. Rifkin, P. Dal Greenwald, A. Copelani Ingall, L. Lubell, L. S R. Cohen, H. Hoffman. - H A ' lr 'ff-33i'?3'i1i. -s:'iY"ifki'yi'SQii5iP5 "Would you please clean up your table?" or "You lropped a piece of paper" are typical requests of our arge and efficient Orange Shield. Under the direction af co-chairman james Gilford and Clinton Pollack, 1nd advisers Mr. Rogers and Mr. Foster, the Orange ahield attempts to maintain neatness and order in hc chaos l-tnown as lunch. Many changes have been ntde in our cafeteria as a result of the problems rcated by so large a student body. Many suggestions rave been made, and a great deal of work has been lone to improve the situation. Of such changes as he staggered bell schedule and new table and chairs Nc may be unaware, but no one can miss the formid- rble tray and dish washer. rnknown: Witl1 the opening of the new high school, nany of them will be solved. Meanwhile, the Orange nhield continues to keep the cafeteria neat and clean. A. Alexander, W. Angoff, P. Axelrod, D. Bailen, B. Barter, J. Bedrick, R Bloom, j. Bonazoli, B. Boucher, B. Boudrot, M. Boyd, j. Buell, J. Burg, S. Callander, K. Carleton, C. Chandler, H. Cohen, H. Connor, R, Constant, P. Corsi, K. Dennard, M. E. DeStefano, D. Dow, N. Driscoll, D. Emerson V. Farina, B. Fleischer, J. Gifford, G. Gitell, N. Goldberg, S. Gordon J. Gorin, P. Guzzi, R. Hession, H. Hoffman, M. Horovitz, A. Horwitz li. Hunt, C. Isenberg, F. Jarrett, B. Kelly, L. Kotzen, C. Kuebler, H Leavitt, C. Letteney, H. Levine, A. Levy, N. Lillis, C. Lovell, L. Lubell ORANGE SHIELD A century ago, the problems of our cafeteria were B. MacLeod, J. Malone, j. Manning, A. McAuliffe, L. McKenney, M Meterparel, R, Milhender, E. Moody, E. Newton, K. Novack, R. O'Brien W. O'Donnell, G, Parker, H. Peters, A, Polcorny, C. Pollack, P. Ready C. Renker, J. Ritleout, B. Robertson, j. Rose, S. Ryter, M. Shapiro, M Shaw, E. Shea, R. Siegel, L, Slavin, L. Smith, G. Snerson, N. Sparks R. Stearns, K. Swainson, M. A. Theophile, L. Trifero, M. Walsh, B Warren, L. Yeo, P. Zibbell. Admitted to membership May 1958 Prerident: Thomas Martin Vice-Pre.rident.' William Vachon Secretary: Elizabeth Andersen Treafurer: Frank Maurer Class of 1959 First Row: J. Bedrick, L. Ru bin, L. McKenney, B. Ander sen, T. Martin, Mrs. Allen W. Vachon, F. Maurer, B Parkhurst, J. Gilbern, E. Tur- ner. Second Row: K. Franseen H. Hoffman, M. Richter, J Rideout, M. Small, B. Flei scher, C. Isenberg, M. Auryan sen, S. Williams, N. Preston E. Cocotas. Third Row: J Burg, V. Mazzola, E. Brown H. Seidenberg, G. Rogell, J Derr, L. Yeo, M. Greenwald E. Fineberg, B. Blumenberg R. Snyder. Fourth Row: N Driscoll, P. Corsi, H. Levine M. Pearlman, R. Craig, D Bailen, E. Bayard, H. Cohen NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Election to the National Honor Society is one of the highest honors Newton High School can bestow upon its students. Each year, the faculty selects as members the students best qualified by their outstand- ing scholarship, service, leadership, and character. The Society's primary function is to honor students who have proven their value to the school, but, in addition, it performs many valuable services. Its mem- bers act as guides on orientation day, as ushers on parents' night, and as marshalls at the graduation ceremony. They also assist in the offices and the lunch room and perform the yearly ceremony for the induction of new members. This year, the oflicers participated at Lexington in the first regional convention of the National Honor Society, discussing mutual prob- lems with representatives from other high schools and learning a great deal about other honor societies. The pins presented at the induction ceremony will be lasting symbols for the National Honor Society members of a high school career well spent in scholarship, leadership, service, and character building. W. Fenley, P. McCarron, S. Fowler, Miss Stone, R. Pratt, F. Jarrett. -bf' NANCY NEWTON -- 1859 zZ.mQ,u FINANCE BOARD The Finance Board, functioning as the purse-strings of Newton High School for a period of thirty-one years, has gained in importance since the days of Thomas H. Walker. Now, under the capable direction of Miss Stone, the school Bursar, and Sue Fowler, treasurer of the Associates, it is one of the busiest of N. H. S. organizations. It controls the student body finances, super- vises the Student General Fund, plans the Legislative budget, and operates the school vault located in Miss Stone's iron-clad office. 'I3I HOMEROOM MANAGERS First Row: E. Sabatini, J. Resnick, D. Berg, A. M. Steinberg, P. Mclntyre, C. Yudin, J. Hoope, M. Fay, J. Matheson, B. Kelly S. Clapper, D. Rote, B. Parkhurst, T. Ragno, C. Glassman, S. Hem, A. Davison, I. Nesson. Second Row: J. Kneeland C . Bornstein, P. Wells, J. Schneider, D. Tushma, J. Sutherland, B. Pass, M. Shapiro, C. Isenberg, G. Currens, J. Brown, J "Never be a homeroom manager", seems to be the advice offered to sophomores upon entering high school. Indeed the strenuous and trying job of being a homeroom man- ager apparently has little reward. For the homeroom manager has the responsibility of making available to everyone tickets for every Newton High School event. CSample - "I am now selling S.A.T.'s, tickets to the first Tigerama, and Newtoniie subscriptions."J But when all is said and done, the homeroom manager has his just reward in knowing that his homeroom appreciates his efforts. 132 Adelman, N. Doherty, L. Robinson, N. Balboni, J. Carey, Wegner, D. Averbuck. Third Row: S. Gordon, S. Newman, Zimmerman, S. Kaplan, 1. Briggs, A. jarmy, S. Greenblatt, 3 M. B. Chase, D. Shaw, P. Meo, A. Gordon, J. Maurer, B. Craig, E. Milott, R. Cahill, B. Lowery, C. Gordon, G. Levenson, L. DuKatz, V. Farina, R. Silk. 'wifi' - ffN9Z?'ZtHv-1 Several years ago, Mr. Rinker proposed a committee to organize the activities for the celebration of Newton High Schools hundredth year. Miss Creedon was made the director, and Mr. Howe, other school officials, parents and about a hun- dred students generously contributed their time and effort. The Com- mittee coordinated the Arts Festival, the Alumni Banquet, and the Home- coming Football Game and Wt-ek- end. To Miss Creedon and her hardworking stall must go much of the credit for the successes of this, the Centennial year, 133 Frrrl Ron A Aghababian A Brouillette S Sussman C Baccari N. Diman, J. White, D. Holt. Third Roux' M. Navisky, L. Fraser, A Lerman N Roach j Mazzola S Best N Blacher Second Rau J Kneeland, R. Cohen, C, Savitsky, J. Isenman, A. Parsons, J Smith, R r.1L,llLl1ll C Patterson I Buell N Mahoney L Slavin C E gers Houston. STUDENT OFFICE SECRETARIES S.O.S .... These are fitting initials for the girls who have been helping in the various school offices for twenty-tive ycats. Last year, the Student Office Secretaries were organized into a special group, in which membership is a responsibility as well as an honor. Members must demonstrate good scholarship and school citizenship, The girls of the S.O.S. file, type, deliver, and collect notices. They also answer the telephones, process slips and excuses, and perform any other duties which will help the regular ollice crew. During study periods and X-blocks, the girls work under the direction of Mr. Hawkes and Mrs. Flynn. The cooperative S.O.S. girls assist in performing the endless clerical work of a school of three thousand pupils, and every student owes them a debt of gratitude. STAGE WCRKSHOP Firrt Row: A. Ullman, M. Hilton, S. Day, C. Hayward, A. Baker S Richmond, T. Harper, B. Kruger, J. Crews, S. White. Second Rou B. Mason, W. Chase, D. Cash, A. Wilson, B. Daniels, J. Angelone A. Mitchell, Mr. Chase. Third Roux' H. Rower, R. Morse, G. Macnair W. Geddis. What member of the Century Clas can forget the elaborate and carefully-detailed scenery of the Senior Play? Does anyone who participated in Vespers or the Drama Festival fail to appreciate the tremendous amount of labor and planning which the Stage Workshop gave? Their ability to transform the stark emptiness of the Building Ill stage into the glamorous ballroom of a Russian palace or the faded apartment of a down-at-the-heels nobleman proves beyond doubt their prowessg and the good time that they always seem to have shows that they have struck a perfect balance for extra-curricular activities. JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL This year, as in every year, the junior Red Cross Council has been one of the most active organizations at Newton High School and in the community. The Coun- cil's members have devoted many hours to developing and coordinating the Red Cross program at the high school and fa- miliarizing the student body with its acti- vities. It has collected a large amount of money and gifts to send overseas and has prepared a book of stories and games for children confined in hospitals. The mem- bers of the Junior Red Cross Council have done volunteer work at the Newton-Wel- lesley Hospital. One of the other out- standing activities of this group has been its Operation Friendship, a plan under which members of the Red Cross Council have visited Newton students who are re- stricted to their homes because of illness. 're Fl Rf Firrt Row: B. Myers, M. Zimmerman, D. Lefkowith, K. Dynes, Mrs. Griswold, Mrs. E. Dana Kendall, M. Michaels, C. Sudhalter, R. Perry. Second Row: J. Ross, j. Fisher, F. Hymans, A. Gold- stein, B. Goldstein, B. Lerner, S. Klein, C. Bloom, S. Jacobson, B. Ross, E. Bonner, M. Bilezikian, A. Collins, J. Garrey, J. Francis, C. Levi, J. Spector, S. Milhender. Third Row: B. Rosenberg, K. Wallen, A. Lipman, P. Rubin, D. Derick, H. Kessler, R. Lenox, B. Clickstein, L. Lieberman, K. Rothstein, L. Maffie, J. Adelman, C. Maguire. Firrt Roux' S. Jacobson, S. Simonds, Miss Sanbar, D. Lees, M. Shaw. Second Row: S. Klarfeld, C. Bloom, S. Garber, R. White, P. Rudnick, S. Sandman. 136 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS During every period of the school daj Newton High students searching for little known books by unknown authors turn t the Library Assistants for aid. The merr bers of this organization work as helper to the librarians and learn library tecl niques at the same time. The group trit to stimulate interest in libraries and i reading among Newton High students. Each member gives at least two perioc of his time each week to taking care t the section of the library which is h responsibility. The Assistants do ni spend all their time rescuing lost reader they also find time to mend, shelve, an arrange books. The Assistants also deco ate the bulletin boards in the library ar act as messengers. Never think that tl Assistants join this group to avoid r proach for returning their books lat they must abide by the same rules as eve: First Roux' D. Reeves, H. Levy, A. Mitchell, D. Devore, P. Kerivan, F. Roisen, L. Elson, M. Morrison. Second Roux' Mr. Silluzio, I. Frasher, R. Helpin, B. Morse, H. Newell, R. Alcorn, B. Burns, B. Freedman, R. Vokey. MOTION PICTURE SQUAD A most appreciated and needed organi- zation of Newton High is the Motion Picture Squad. The members serve the school by running films for the various classes, school clubs, and city organiza- tions such as P.T.S.A. and Civil Defense Committee. Membership in this organiza- tion is open to anyone, and provides an excellent opportunity for students inter- ested in motion picture operation to be trained. Whether it is a broken projector or a buzzing speaker, the squad member can remedy the fault and carry on the show. The squad members should be commend- ed for the time and effort they put into their work. Their effort is certainly ap- preciated by all students and teachers. LEADER CCJRPS Girls' Leader Corps, begun in 1947, has become a very worthwhile service or- ganization. The members aid the Physi- cal Education Department by performing such duties as taking attendance in class, supervising the locker rooms, selling towels, and serving as officials for intra- mural games. Their loud whistle is a sig- nal for all to step in line and rarely does one disregard it. Girls are selected each year to serve on Leader Corps from a list of volunteers. They meet when necessary to discuss the different aspects of their work. While Leader Corps girls help supervise gym classes, they, at the same time, develop their own skill in leadership and the pro- motion of group harmony. 137 TIG so-...,, . . . .,,, ,. ,- NA ,. . ' ww S 2 2, . '7 5 fl' -S sb Vg' f A Fin! Rm: I B. Gurney, M. Sultz, H. Levine, N. Lillis, S. Van Keurcn, V, Buorstcin, C. Markcy, D. Costa. Tlvirzf RlIIl'.' ,I Mom, A. M.1n P. Gath. Seumld Roux' S. Fnwlur, M. Kenney, G. Currcns, R. Pratt, sun, B, Rubertson, E. Moody, K. Ryan, A. 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Row: 1. Derr, G. Rogell, H. Woerwag, Mr. Nicholas. Second Row: J, Bergmark, C. Worthen, G. Tamadon, J. Gilbem, M. Auryansen. A.F.S. Weekend A-F-5 Weekend The International Exchange Committee, which been in existence for a number of years, was med so that it might include other international hanges as well as those sponsored by the Ameri- . Field Service. The International Exchange Com- Iee plans and supervises the American Field Ser- : week-ends held every year, and raises money to ance Newton's A.F.S. program. This year, members of the committee have been visiting foreign students and their hosts, the two iors who have returned from American Field vice-sponsored trips abroad, representatives of the gislarure, the Parent-Teacher-Student Association, National Honor Society, the Newtonite, and the ernational, French, and Spanish Clubs. Hans Woerwag - Germany Jane Gilbem Gerald Rogell HALLCWEEN DANCE The nrst school dance, held annually at the Totem Pole, is the memorable Hallo- ween Dance. This is the first affair spon- sored by the Legislature Dance Committee and one for which the Committee mem- bers enthusiastically work. This year, the music of Bob Batchelder helped to attract many students who declared they had a very enjoyable evening. Under the leadership of Harold Cohen, the various committees carried out their duties efhciently, and ticket sales exceeded the quota of last year. Let's all hope that the Halloween Dance will continue to be as successful and enjoyable an affair as it was this year. 142 The Administrative Aids are the Tech- nical High School's version of the Orange Shield. Its members are directly respon- sible for the clean, orderly manner in which the Trade School lunch is con- ducted. The Aids see that tables are kept free of empty milk cartons and stray papers. The competence of the Aids is proved by the proper functioning of the cafeteria. 09 L. Andrews, L. Anzivino, P. Baker, J. Bedigian M. Caramanica, A. Cecchinelli, J. Dargon, P. De Coste, S. Deering, R. Doell, D. Dolan, R. Dou- cet. R. Fraser, F. Garofalo, V. Gigliotti, I. Gleason T. Greene, G. Hallet, W. Hanson, E. Holland, C MacNevin, J. Marchetti, R. Merullo, V. Mirabito TE. Morley, F. Rosemond, R. Symmes, E. Waddell 15. . Z NEWTON HIGH A new interest in science at the turn of the cen- tury atracted many Newton High School graduates to Massachusetts Institute of Technology. By 1901, pressure was being placed on the School Board to build a new structure to house the commercial and technical students, who might be preparing to enter M.I.T. Completed in 1909, the Technical High School also absorbed commercial courses from the Classical High School. Under the leadership of the first princi- pal, Charles Kehrner, the Technical High School in- creased its enrollment, and a vocational school was installed within the same building. For a while, the Newton Technical High School admitted students from the regular high school pro- gram. However, it eventually became a separate organ within the general structure of Newton High School. The Technical High School has grown since 1909 into the well-known school it is today, and, as Newton High School celebrates its one hundredth anniversary, Newton Technical High School celebrates its fiftieth. TECHNICAL SCHCOL The Newton Technical High School provides its students with the opportunity to work with both their hands and their heads. The nine courses and three curicula offer each student the education best- suited to his needs. Specializiation in such courses as Drafting, Automobile, and lilectronics, is combined with the liberal education offered in many other N,T.H.S, courses. ln such a manner, the students pre- pare both for life and the special field which they hope to enter. Wliile many boys go on to further 'Huang-1. education, some seek and find jobs through the guid- ance program or placement ofhce. The full curriculum does not stop the students from having many extra-curricular activities. Their high-scoring basketball team, efhcient Administrative Aids, and other school-wide activities are credits to the School. The boys and their projects testify to the skill of the faculty and to the high calibre of the students. Q t Y . ., t, ,H s W ' :ma-.f.. 'V N W NANCY NEWTON - 1899 "Go, Team, Go!" is the war cry of Newton High School's Rally Committee. Vociferously present at all school games, the members create the student spirit which helps our teams to victory. "Orange" sales in the cafeteria and half-time entertainment at football games are two activities of which the committee is in charge. The first school rally was in 1940, at which time the name "Newton Tigers" was introduced. The Rally Committee as it is known today was formed in 1945. It has grown into one of the largest organizations in the school, greatly appreciated by students, teachers, and athletic teams. RALLY COMMITTEE Rally Executive Committee L. Trifero, J. Buell, D. Fay, N. Mahoney S. Fowler, K. Carleton, M. Kerr. 146 Cheerleaders M. Boyd, D. Costa, J. Schofield, C. Kue- blet, L. Lubell, N. Preston, I. Nesson. N' E72- 'ff To be a cheerleader or a majorette is one of the most thrilling and responsible Jositions a girl at Newton High can hold. The majorettes gaily twirling their barons 'an always be seen leading our band at the football games. Cheerleaders are present not only at football games but also at all school athletic events. Their spirit is certainly :ncouraging to our teams. Both groups give freely of their time to be present at various ,chool functions, such as Tigerama, in order to become better acquainted with the stu- lent body whom they serve. These girls deserve much credit for the time and effort that hey put into their work. CHEERLEADERS AND at MAJORETTES . V-... i 1 - J Majorettes -I. Sobey, S. Maguire, C. Somerville, B. Axt, j. Moore. 147 Fin! Rout: G. Sloane, I. Barron, A. Stellar, C. Stellar, J. Cohen, S. Rosenberg, C. Smith, K. Dynes. 'Ijhird Row: F. Doctoroff S. Katsenes, R. Shepard, R. Pratt, M. Rapp, Miss Ashley. Second M. Levine, D. Bailen, R. Welch, D. Hession, B. Baker. Roux' 1. Kneeland, T. Kadetsky, D. Levine, M. Greenwald, B. Wish, iff! ORANGE BOOK ' Writing and selling the i959 Orange Book proved to be a challenging task for the ambitious staff. Rushing to meet dead- lines, searching for information, and selling the books to sophomores, the staff was re- warded with considerable experience and a few well-earned laughs. Said one Orange Booker, "We put in some long hours on the book, but the look of bewilderment on the faces of those sopho- mores convinced us that our efforts were needed and would be appreciated." Even a senior or two has given thanks for this light in the dark, the Centennial Orange Book. ORANGE BOOK STAFF f vfff' 1950 " zfaf s,-. .09 5 . vu- Now that Mr. Little has recovered from the frustrations of the Newtonian staff, which is still recovering from jane Gilbern, whc finally recovered from the fever which kept her out of school during crucial days, we can all look back a little more objectively and a lol more fondly on the hours and work that went into this 1959 Newtonian The tumult in 1142, the "editorial edict," the deadline-eve phone calls. all have turned to happy memories. With soft sighs of thanks we read this yearbook, which often ap- peared to us as an unattainable goal. There is in any job a lot of work and a lot of fun, but the final result tells the success of the venture. Tc the class of 1959, we have presented this record of the year and of the first century. Seeing the completed Newtonian seems a perfect reward for the work that went to create it! if A FEATURES Firtt Row: J. Derr, L. Lubell, A. Holmes, Editor, N. Doherty. Second Row: N. Dutton, P. Bilezikian, P. Axelrod. NEW' PHOTOGRAPHY Firft Row: E. Brown, G. Burg, Editor. Second Row: S. Kaufman, D. Dow. S T ART AND LAYOUT M. A. Theophile, F. Copeland, N. Preston, D. Greene, L. McKenney, B. Blumenberg, N. Cronin, C. Hay- ward, M. Small. Mary Small: Editor Mary Ann Theophile: Ant. in Charge of Layout Charlotte Hayward: Ant. in Charge of Art 1959 jane G1lbern Ed1l0rznCb1ef, Robert Snyder Bufznen Manager Mary Aury- SPORTS Firxt Roux' L. Bernheimer, G Nelson, Edilor. S. Wallack Second Roux' W. Heyman, E Anderson, B. Andersen, J Feldsrein. - . if -Eli, 'Q ul' -.-.--I lx. SENIOR SECTION M. Hoye, K. Srernfeld, Editor, B. Cohen, M. Shapiro, j. Winograd, M. Taber. ADVERTISING Firrl Roux' N. Seltzer, B. Roberts, J. Arnold, Editor, E. Brown, P. Reardon, L. Wolfe, A. Postar. Second Roux' E. Cohen, L. Slavin, D. Rose, S. Rosenberg, M. Saltz, N. Mahoney. COPY R. Levine, M. Silverman, J. Isenman, A. Lerman, E. Kolikof, G. Ingall, Editor, A. Widerr, A. Ber- garr. CI RCU LATION Fin! Row: A. Butter, B. Goldstein, J. Hall, R. Shepard. Second Roux' C. Sherter, N. Goldberg, G. Gitell, M. Greenwald, M. Zimmerman. Third Roux' H. Cohen, Editor, E. Hunt, E. Polen, Mr Rossi. NEWTONITE EDITORIAL STAFF Samuel Thurber founded the New- tonite in 1922 to report on school events, publish student opinion, and to serve as a continuing record of New- ton High School life. Mr. Francis L. Bacon, the principal during that first year, aided the first editors in starting the paper, which has survived and flourished for thirty-seven years. From the original eight pages of seven col- umns, the paper was cut in 1945 to its present size in a slightly different style, when rising prices demanded economy. Instead of the old literary pages and stories written in French, today's New- tonite contains news of clubs, sports, elections, and other school activities. Intelligent and courageous editors have written editorials on many important issues. This year's Newtonite exempli- hes the fine service and tradition of that paper. ADVERTISING AND LAYOUT STAFF Fzrtt Rau I Levins J Smith P Erdlar C Eggers, N. Freedman, j. Nadler, E. Bonner. Second Rou S Dratsin D Lawson L Cohen, R. Milhender, L. Weinstein, S. Garber, 'mi "" X "I I H- -Q s lu 154 if Zg, i . Q , ., - ,if-iii Q 'S' N JW awww NEWTCDNITE CANDIDS N, fl J! SENICR "The applause, delight, The wonder of our stage." "A long pull and a strong pull and a pull altogether." "As home his footsteps he hath turned." SOUVENIRS Swpflfxr xx. .fix xf' Z", Rcnmcmbcrcd joys are never past." Epi .'4a p Z ffm! 0, .f..QVW3f, 9 . . . . I A inspiration 99'G perspiration. E, fa "The scene changes but the aspirations of men of good will persist." 2 . 'hmf i ill, TUSITALA The Art Studio is less than five years old, but its influence has been felt in that short time in the wonderful posters and exhibitions for which it has been responsible. The Studio was formed because the ART STUDIO Firrt Row: G. Green, N. Cro- nin, D. Coty, A. Ullman. Second Row: R. VanDer- Molen, J. Manning, P. Santis, Miss Miles. Third Row: M. Small, B. Blumenberg, J. Bor- ofsky, M. Wegner. Art Club which met only once a month did not pro- vide enough opportunity for the members to work. The fifteen members of this course, selected competi- tively, meet twice a week. Theirs is a job well done! A new effort is read to the group of serious stu- dents seated about a round table. There is a silence at the end. Then an idea comes, and another - a way to improve a phrase, perfect an image. Construc- tive crlticism and, sometimes, praise. This is Tusitala, the creative writing club at work. Fin! Roux' S. Clark, B. Gilfix, M. Cohen, J. McClin- rock, P. Donahue, P. Zibbell, J, Abrahams. Second Roux' C. Sudhalter, 1. Dorfman, J. Biederman, C. Hirsh, Mr. Harris. 158 ORCHESIS Have you ever looked for an activity which would provide you with work, fun, and relaxation at the same time? Orchesis may prove to be the end of your search. Orchesis, the modern dance group at Newton High, is open to every student who is interested in receiving instruction in and practicing all types of The Dance. All of the members of this organization enjoy being able to present a skilled per- formance, and as the proficiency of each individual grows, he is allowed to try out for advancement from the Apprentice group, to the Workshop, and, finally, to Performers. The members of this group work very hard to perfect their technique in this colorful art form in order to improve their perfomances in the dance sym- posium and in outside request performance. The group also attends college con- certs and theatre parties. Firrt Roux' L. Wolbarst, M. Bailey, M. Hilton, A. Ler- man, S. Sulkowitch, R. Shepard, E. Shapiro, J. Badgers, C. Opper, L. Kahn, D. Gurvitz, J. Arnold, B. Gollis, S. Cohen, B. Baker, L. Werner, E. Banner, E. Bonner, R. Vandermolen, E. Cohen. Second Roux' P. Saphire, S. Miller, C. Clifton, J. Woodlock, M. Hoye, J. Winograd, P. Santis, J. Abrahams, D. Richmond, L. Wolff, J. Sutherland, H. London, P. Goodman, S. Callander, H, Aspiring thespians! Lend me your ears! I come to applaud the Drama Club and to praise it. If adapting Shakespeare to teenage gibberish isn't an activity of the Drama Club, it is one of the few that this group has missed. Composed of students selected on the basis of acting ability, this active club has to its credit the notable presen- Kessler, T. Ragno, J. Brown, C. Smith, Miss Ryan. Third Roux' C. Worthen, C. DiRusso, B. Mitchell, H. Pugatch, F. Kaplan, D. Kinsella, J. Leser, S. Lowry, S. Milne, E. Mitchell, G. Levenson, J. Dorfman, D. Derick, R. Balos, E. Wright, K. Ferre, B. Smith, P. Wilson, S. Hern, A. Cleaves, L. O'Brien. Fourlh Roux' S. Chansky, J. Green, D. Gascon, K. Flanagan, M. Tatelman, J. Jacobson, A. Katz, B. Freedman, S. Gteenblatt. tation of numerous short plays, produced, directed, and per- formed by its membets. It is also to be thanked for the appearance of June Hamlin Mitchell, professor at Emerson College, at a school assembly. The Drama Club sponsors theatre parties and presents original skits for the enjoyment and criticism of its members. DRAMA CLUB Rou N. Jarosh, j. Mason, Navisky, R. Penn. Second M Schiavone, F. Hymans, Lee G. Ingall, P. Axelrod. TH EATRICAL MAKE-UP WCJRKSHCP Credit for the transformation of N.H.S. students into the characters in our dramatic presentations belongs to the Theatrical Make-Up Workshop. Composed of sophomore, junior, and senior girls interested in the art of make-up, this group provides the make-up committees for such activities as the Senior Play and the Drama Festival. Of course, before accomplishing such miraculous re- sults, numerous meetings and practice sessions are necessary. L , A .-1 -.W B 'f . X . 'L ' ' I: -nl vcxs ,tiw ' ' l During these sessions, speakers discuss make-up, and there are films on this art. Then the members of the workshop are ready to practice making up each other. After this special training, the members of the Theatrical Make-Up Workshop are well prepared to use their talents on the casts of the Drama Festival and the Senior Play. The fine results are known to everyone who has ever seen a dramatic presen- tation at Newton High School. I i Q -tl .... ,ft DRANUX THEN 162 r............!...W E I 1 g..W,,,......... , ,, 163 i A. Alexander, J. Kaplan, S. Kaufman, J. Winer, J. Cannon. MUSIC BOARD The Music Board, composed of rep sentatives from the Sophomore, juni and Senior classes, helps to decide 1 school's musical policies, chooses musi productions, and handles any proble concerning such activities that may an The students chosen for this Board hz shown outstanding interest and ability the held of music. The Music Board in vital part of our school Arts program Chairman: Jean Winer The Drama Board, under the control of the Legislature, assists the advisers of the schools dramatic productions. Its seven members, five seniors and two juniors, are not necessarily representatives of the Legislatureg their only qualifications are an exhibited interest in drama and an active background in this field. This committee selects the senior play, works very closely with the Music Board, and co-sponsors the Vespers Program. Chairman: Jan Lee Clement 164 D. Gascon. DRAMA BOARD C. Worthen, L. Milne D. Gurvitz, J. Clemen The Music Club has broken two long-standing records at our school: first, it has more members than any other clubg second, this year it has been guided by no less than four teachers! Through close cooperation between advisers and students, this club has presented challenging and interesting meetings which have included student con- certs, guest soloists, ensemble groups, and chorales. We doubt that any Music Club member will soon forget the after- noon Tony Saletan, radio, stage, and T,V. folksinger, kept his enthusias- tic audience singing, stomping, and laughing - simultaneously! ORCHESTRA Firrt Roux' S. Morrison, E. Seidenberg. Second Row: C. Olton, M. Sheehan, A. Little, j. Bilezikian. Tlyzrd Roux' P. Deats, K. Ferre, A. Rosenbaum, D. Isaacs. Fourlb Roux' S. Cotter, S. Cohen, P. Levenson, H. Gowen. Fifth Row: L. Weinstein, P. Bilezikian, M. Bilezikian, B. Cohen. Twice a week, the basement of Bulding II resounded with the strains of Haydn and Brahms as the orchestra strove to carry out the best intentions of Mr. March, their sincere and patient maestro. The members did, on occasion, succeed in producing moments of truly beautiful music, which will not soon be forgotten by Newton's orchestra Firrt Roux' P. Little, M. Auryansen, J. Morrison, N. Bayard, S. members. Each of them doubtless feels he owes Mr. March a debt of gratitude for a fine introduction to the world of great music. Among the year's highlights were the playing of Handel's Merriala at Vespers and Elijah and Dido and Aeneas at the Spring Arts Festival. Fin! Row: S. Van Keuren, S. Custer. Second Row: S. Gam S Everett, M. Magid, S. Remley. Third Row: J. Merrill, L. Kahalas Goldsmith. Second Roux' J. Gilbern, H. Greenberg, A. Morrison, . 1 - A. Tenenbaum. Third Roux' M. Levine, C. Downing, E. Bayard, R. giaii,EgjslSy'RcfL2Z22hn,1iglTwMitel?Sdger' E' Little' Fink Row Egdall, B. Weinberg. Fourlh Roux' S. Shafran, K. Scheibel, D. Greene, J. Nelson, R. Selleck, B. Roche, E. Fineberg, J. Levine. MARCHING BAND Fin! Roux' j. Moore, C. Somerville, J. Sobey, D. Emerson, S. Maguire, B. Axt. Second Roux' j. Campbell, H. Davis, C. Smith, N. Cobb, R. johnson, R. McCormack, J. Hanks, R. Blake, P. Hamilton, N. White, j. Davidson, S. Hale, B. Ross, J. Morrison. Third Roux' B. Roche, S. Shafran, W. Balkan, C. Gilroy, P. Gracefia, R. Selleck, j. Swanton, W. Horn, E. Cole, S. Roser, J. Levine, j. Falkson, M. Maguire. Fourth Roux' P. Cobb, J. Hassell, S. Gibbs, Raking leaves, mowing lawns, washing windows and floors, and installing storm windows are not the activities of the average high school band. This year's band, however, was no ordinary one, this was the organization that had the energy and determination to conduct a fund-raising drive that will be talked of vang' I' '1 r.. .S B. Swanton, J. Emery, M. Kay, J. Gilbern, A. Wasserman, j. Lucas, K. Scheibel, R. Lockwood, E. Wyner, J. Young, j. DeSantis, M. Kuhns. Fifth Row: J. Fisher, Ii. Gesmer, T. Tsutsumi, D. Selleck, G. Clevenger, R. Blocker, M. Levine, J. Hubbard, S. Draisin, C. Rosenbaum, R. Greenberg, S. Lief, Hurley, M. Auryansen. Sixlh Roux' C. Stewart, Fineberg, B. Yeo, A. Leckart. at Newton High School for years to come. Under Mr. Doren's direction, the concert and marching bands raised S1200 for an exchange with Bangor, Maine, High School. Other highlights of the year were a splash party, a workday, the showing of four movies, and many colorful half-time shows and stirring concerts. lil ri 'lIL'l'll'YYIKYf' TTARTYN 1fXff1 'AWN IU' A. Alexander, M. Auryansen, W. Balkan A. Bennett, R. Blake, R. Blocker P. Bowen, J. Campbell, J. Cannon, L., Castle, G. Clevenger, N. Cobbi E. Cole, j. Davidson, H. Davis, j. DeSantis, S. Draisin, R. Egdall, J. Emery W. Evison, J. Falkson, A. Fine, E. Fineberg, E. Gesmer, S. Gibbs, J Gilbern, C. Gilroy, H. Gorney, P. Graceiia, R. Greenberg, S. Hale, P. Hamilton, J. Hanks, J. Hartbower, J. Hassell, P. Herman, W. Horn, J Hubbard, j. Hurley, R. johnson, E. Jones, M. Kay, P. Kerivan, M. Kuhns D. Lawson, A. Leckart, j. Levine, M. Levine, S. Lief, R. Lockwood, J. Lucas M. Maguire, D. Maltz, R. Marsh, A. Maycock, R. McCormack, T. Mclntyre A. Morrison, -I. Morrison, M. Neiman, M. Peters, F. Quinn, J. Richardson S. Riemer, D. Robinson, B. Roche, C. Rosenbaum, S. Roser, B. Ross, K Scheibel, D. Selleck, R. Selleck, S. Shafran, B. Siegel, C. Smith, R. Sostilio B. Swanton, J. Swanton, A. Tenenbaum, B. Thurston, R. Tischler, Ti Tsutsumi, A. W'asserman, S. Wexler, N. White, E. Wyner, B. Yeo, M York, J. Young, S. Young. 1' 'L' ' el. , l, . I ,me .. ,...., - -ng- CONCERT BAND af is l Sleepy Concert Band members rehearsed weekly at 7:50 15 to perfect their music in time for a trip to Bangor, Maine. BL was well worth the effort since the exchange proved to be a n valuable experience musically and socially. The band's repertoire ranged from popular numbers like " King and I" and "Dry Bones" to classics like Holst's "Second S for Military Band" and Schubert's "Minuetto from Symphony N ber Five." The Concert Band has proved itself ri hard-working and r successful organization. A. Alexander, R. Blake, 1. Campbell, G. Cle venger, H. Davis, C. Downing, R. Egdall, J Falkson, S. Gibbs, C. Gilroy, H. Gorney, H Hoffman, W. Howard, J. Levine, F. Maurer, D. Robinson, B. Roche, R. Selleck, S. Shafran R. Snyder, S. Wexler, N. White. IIYT " DANCE BAND The Dance Band, under the capable direction of Mr. Doren, has served .a generous helping of modern hits and jazz classics to the enthusiastic students at many popular school functions. It has be- come a tradition at Tigerama and is an integral part of the school music program. The accomplishments of the Dance Band are all the more amazing when one con- siders rhe fact that it came into being only last year. Mr. Doren and the band deserve a fervent "well done" from both the Century Class and the rest of the scu- dent body. A CAPPELLA CHOIR H. Adelson, J. Akerman, C. Alban, D. Alper, A. Angolf, P. Arnold D. Axelrod, B. Back, V. Baer, G. Barclay, V. Barnes, R. Beach, C. Bean, J. Bedrick, D. Berman, S. Berman, L. Bernheimer, A. Bliss, R. Bloom, J. Brockington, S. Bronstein, E. Brown, J. Burdick, F. Butter- field, J. Campbell, J. Cannon, M. Casselman, N. Cate, D. Chacran, J. Clement, R. Clinton, M. Cohen, C. Crosby, G. Currens, R. Dean, D. Demerjian, K. Dennard, J. Derr, C. DiBenedetto, P. Doherty, K. Dynes, D. Ellis, S. Everett, R. Fairweather, D. Fay, M. Fay, J. Feld- stein, M. Fineberg, B. Fleischer, E. Fox, N. Freiman, S. Gam, D. Gascon, P. Gath, B. Gilflx, R. Goran, H. Gowen, S. Greenblatt, E. Ham, J. Hammond, M. Harper, T. Harper, A. Hazel, S. Hern, E. Heubach, J. Hoffenberg, S. Huberman, B. Hunter, C. Huntington, B. Huston, J. Jacobson, B. Josephson, J. Kaplan, P. Kaplan, S. Kauf- man, S. Kellaway, H. Kelley, M. Kerr, C. Kuebler, P. Lamkin A. Lavely, J. Lavely, H. Levine, G. Lillis, C. Lowery, L. Lubell, J Macmillan, M. Magid, S. Maguire, J. Massicott, S. McCann, J McCarthy, J. Meyer, P. Monroe, J. Morrison, L. Muther, J. O'Donnell R. Pearson, R. Penta, P. Pescione, J. Potter, R. Pratt, B. Pucciarelli M. Rapp, D. Reeves S. Remley R. Rizza, D. Robinson J. Robinson E. Rogers, L. Rogers, F. Roseri, S. Roser, P. Rubenstein, G. Ryan, E. Salamoff, C. Savitsky, J. Sawyer, A. Schenk, M. Schiavone, J Scotch, D. Selleck, K. Senal, S. Shane, M. Shaw, S. Silliman, B. Smith R. Smith, J. Snook, W. Southmayd, D. Springer, M. Stone, C Sudhalter, M. Tamy, M. Thormann, S. Van Keuren, B. Walen, C White, M. Willians, P. Wilson, J. Winer, L. Wolbarst, F. YoHe, C Zeolla. Our school should well be proud of its A Cappella Choir. Among the activities of this fine musical organization was the presentation of a joint Christmas-Chanukah program for Vespers, and a broadcast on WBZ-TV. Perhaps the most ambitious project the Choir has ever performed was The Elijah by Felix Mendelssohn. Under the capable direction of Miss Seaver, A Cappella Choir has become the outstanding singing organi- zation in our school. Only one thing seems to be missing - has anyone seen a dozen tenors? n Rf I ' A " t, XX' """s. H 9,0 VV D. Averbuck, J. Badgers, M. Bailey, B. Baker, S. Barkin, C. Bean, P. Beckwith, A. Bergart, P. Bergmark, B. Berman, M. Berman, M. Bilezikian, P. Bilezikian, N. Blacker, J. Bleiwas, S. Bluestein, N. Boujicanian, M. Boyd, j. Brown, V. Brown, M. Caplan, N. Carpenter, L. Cohen, D. Costa, L. Covich, C. Davidoff, P. Doherty, M. Donnelly, L. Feingold, E. Foster, S. Gann, S. Georgian, P. Gorenstein, M. Handley, P. Hart, H. Hoffman, N. Horovitz, A. Huston, M. Huxley, N. josephson, S. Kalnajs, L. Kaplan, J. Kenney, L. Kimball, J. Klein- Twice a week, the melodious voices of about one hundred girls can be heard in the basement corridors of Building Two. Under the leadership types of songs. sung just for Newton High, them carolling year's chorus is much smaller than that of previous years. Because of its new size, more time has been devoted to understanding music. of Miss Ginn, the Girls' Chorus rehearses many Some numbers are studied very carefully and others enjoyment. Along with other musical groups of Girls' Chorus took part in Vespers. Many heard in the corridors before Christmas vacation. This -nu-up cn : o 5 fn cn .-. N E. ro 'fi F' cn .-. rn '1 :1 U' fu V1 YQ 9 m .-. '1 c B 2 so ID T ru I' "l :r c 'I U' rn f' Sn "l E Fzwwzw berg, N. Kuhns, P. Lasoff, P. Leahy, P. Levinson, N. Macalaster, MacCloslcey, -I. Mara, K. McGee, McGufhn, M. Motherway, Myers, j. Nadler, P. Needle, L. Newman, I. Nickelson, R. Nizel, Olans, B. Pucciarelli, L. Plotkin, P. Proctor, S. Rice, B. Rich, Richman, M. Rosengard, M. Schiavone, M. Shapiro, M. Shaw, er, D. Tushman, M. Uhlinger, P. Watts, P. Wells, F. Worden, S Young. k i":'-.ic .WV FV-Q I sf i 'SQ I me ills-W j'r'i'LTff ..,, fl I '- Q .. Nancy Newton - 1924 GIRLS' CHORUS X, r '1 MIXED CHCRUS Firrt Row: G. Lucia, E. Stoltze, A. Miller, S. Bernheimer, S. Chipman, E. Shapiro, L. Little, S. Draisin, K. Rothstein, L. Bennar, J. Caruso, S. Lipp, N. Lurensky, N. Anderton, J. Brown, D. Emer- son, M. Drucker. Second Row: P. Saphire, S. Babson, J. Hassell C. DiRusso, K. Gregory, M. Edman, A. Leone, P. Humphrey S. Milne, J. Leser, A. Lipman, S. Lowry, C. Ward, J. Ring L. Wheeler. Third Row: S. Krebs, P. Bachrach, E. Mitchell S. Cullman, S. Crook, J. Davidson, T. Gregerman, E. Bloom B. Kaye, E. Gulden, P. Santis, M. Lee, J. Mullen, B. Jarrell "When better songs are sung the Mixed Chorus will sing them," according to one member of Miss Seaver's enthusiastic group. The Chorus of boys and girls, mostly Sopho- mores and Juniors, meets twice a week in room 2001. Merely in contributing musical cheer to the depths of Building II the Chorus has done an appreciated service to the school, and their participation in musical presenta- tions has been very valuable. The Chorus has indeed become proficient in singing, but, more important, its members have had a chance to develop an interest in music and to discover the enjoyment of sing- ing together and enternnning others NANCY NEWTON - 1924 172 1 1 1 1 A. Brilliant, M. Montuori. Fourth Row: A. Hindman, J. Dangel D. Fazio, S. Bishop, M. Huck, P. Foley, S. Drayfore, S. Sakovitz C. Ryder, K. Grinnell, G. Wellock, J. Meyer, J. Anderson, U3 E 9 9 2 5' za rm "' rv -. h-r T' 5-'Q U-2 To - fe -v 5 P r' g FA- E" TU 31 F' rn I 2 '22 9, cn. td rm o 3 2. " B sw sf... I-' 5' 5 P ' U1 ' Uv F13 Q. 4 Z E Q Q' ' '32 .5 O I' 'D 5 e . J na.. - ' vu , .,.w V . , V . . T 3' 22515 U ' " ':"Il :W , ' k Q 3 g E. ., '.", , , 3I.'.':: ,J E A My , N. . 3 ' -fl'-L ,,.' liiil. .lyf ' L -z "'iff1"m1P" 1 ii ' IQ F' Ty . . . A . ,gk U A mg 2 1 'if-i , , , X-J ' w ..,, Z: 9' - g, i ' W "1 Q O ru an ' P F14 P N , U 71 71 U Z 19 17 gin J! ng. ap 0 QV A An ,iff-ash VESPERS Under the direction of Miss Seaver and Mr. March, Vespers took place on Sunday afternoon, December 14, 1958. The performance was the clumni- nation of the efforts of one hundred and forty students and the product of long rehearsals. The program was held in commemoration of the holidays of Christmas and Chanukah, presented through music characteristic of each. The rendition of "And the Glory of the Lord", from Handel's Meuiala, was the feature selection. The Vespers program was so beautifully performed that a week later the A Cappella Choir journeyed to the WBZ television station and repeated part of their performance for all New England. T Firrt Roux' Miss It-wett, VI. Arnold, B. Gilhx. S. Ross, S. Jacobson, P. Allen, V. Shulman, B. Gollis, R. Shepard, M. Shapiro, S. McKeen, C. Freeman, L. Rubin, B. Banquet, C. Borden Second Roux' J. Bailen, S. Torrielli, N. Lutensky, S. LeVine N. Horovitz, L. Gutman, J. Colpal-t, F. Yoffe, C. Sudhalter, M. Auryansen, E. Cohen, C. Isenherg, M. Silverman, S. Gordon F. Cohen, S. Best. Third Roux' N. Fisher, B. Axt, A. Pinciss "Gallia er! onznir dirita in parler fret." For years and years, Latin teachers have hoped for students in- terested enough in the language to memorize the rest of the passage from Caesar. Iix Librir, a club for such students, became inactive in 1926. Nineteen years later, the Latin Club, as we know it today, came into existence. With Miss jewett as its leader, the new club began to grow and develop into the large and active organization of today. A member of the junior Classical League, the club has lectures, movies, and other stimulating activities. To the challenge of their teachers, many Newton High School students can continue Hfflldflllll umzm inmlzmz Belgae . . Friends, Romans, coun- trymen! Come join the Latin Club. 176 S. Cohen, S. Sheinwald, M. Maloy, L. Mafhe, L. Freeman, M. Rosengard, B. Baker, B. Parkhursr, S. Rhodes, E. Klein, -I. Adelman, J. Goodman, N. Mahoney, H. Hoffman. Fourth Roux' H. Cohen, D. Mersky, J. Falltson, P. Corsi, J. Berenson, H. Gorney, D. Bailen, P. Estabrooks, S. Hecht, C. Aucoin, j. McCarthy, W. Berman, R. Kaplan, N. Grossman, S. Wallack. LATIN CLUB SPANISH CLUB Fin! Row: S. Sulkowitch, J. Arnold, H. London, D. Gurvitz R Verdone P Rudnick K Keough L. Crosby, J. Allured, S. Rosen. Second Row: M. Freedman J Robbins G Dockser M Melvrn L. Wolf, M. Sherman, R. Cohen, 1. Borden, G. Schneider Mr Sutherland 6 Hablan ustedes espanol? If you do speak Spanish, and you are a second or third year student of Spanish, then the club for you is the Spanish Club, since no English is spoken at meetings. The purpose of the club is to increase the members' proficiency in speaking and understanding Spanish, and to further their knowledge of the customs and traditions of Spanish-speaking peoples. Among the club's numerous activities di- rected toward this goal were talks by Spanish- speaking guests, Spanish movies, skits in Spanish performed by the members, a Christ- mas party, visits to the language laboratory, and a picnic at the end of the year. . I , V ... Fifi! Roux' B. Banquer, 1. Arcuri, S. Lief, C. Smith, N. Fisher, S. Cohen, M. Wegner, H. Cream, B. Eskot, 1. Winograd, E. Nitenson, L. Caplan, S. Morris, S. Chipman, B, Rosenthal. Sefond Roux' A. Ullman, R. Shepard, L. Walsh, J. Lenox, M. Magid, B. Weinberg, M. Natol, N. Bayard, S. Swartz, M. Rosengard, E. Erlanson, J. johnson, f . E. Prentice, J. Garrey, K. Tom, Third Row: E. Fox, S. Stanley, C. L. Cohen, L. Slavin, A. Goldstein, S. Evans, S. King, j. Buell, M. Beauregard, R, Soble, P. Kaplan, L. Berk, E. Salamoff, A. Lipkin. FRENCH CLUB Vive les Frangais de Newton High! Berets and wine glasses not a prere- quisite - only an interest in the French people, land, and language. During the year, the French Club has gone to see a French lilm, had several guest speak- ers, and given a Christmas party Ccom- plete with chansons de Noelj. The members of the club are in hearty agreement that a profitable year was had by all. -x N. Josephson, J. Nadler Salvini, J. Loew, L. Shaw S. Sheinwald, H. Pugatch Draper. Fourth Row: B D. Gascon, Mr. Cornell ENGLISH CLUB Fin! Row: L. Kahn, B. Meirick, C. Freeman, F. Kaplan, J. Popper, L. Pike. Second Row: D. Fay, C. Levi, K. Linn, L. lntrilligater, S. Cohen, L. Wolf. Third Row: L. Schell, N. Fine, E. Banner, E. Coser, S. Ross, S. Green- blatt, 1. Ostrov. Fourth Row: 1. Burakoff, P. Margolin, pen to all, the English Club's pro- n is interesting and varied, in- ing sponsoring literary publications the English Department, conduc- panel discussions, and hearing :t speakers. This year, the members . .-ri enjoyed a theatre party and a ig outing. he purpose of this busy club is to ease the members' interest in lish and American Literature and :lated arts. ' A H. Morris, A. Horwitz, I. Barron, C. Berman, A. Turin Fiflh Roux' M. Levine, M. Feldman, S. Wallack, S Brostoff, S. Goldber G Gitcll M Gale. Sixth R011 ga - i - '- Mrs. Goldberg, Mr. Sobol, H. Howard, E. Mandell, R Silk, R. Segel, S. Cohen, A. Golden. INTERNATIONAL CLUB Fmt Row C Worthen M A Theophile, D. Lange, B. Stiller, S. Hickey, E. Cohen, J. Gilbern, H Wloetwag B Sorota J Bedrxck J Arcuri, M. Kruger, L. Cohen, E. Klein, -I. Crews. Second Row: J Schneider R Siegel G Schneider R. Gilman, R. White, J. Epstein, T. Segal, B. Rifkin, E. Cole G Davidson R Kaplan G Harper, Mr. Sutherland. The International Club provides an opportunity for the stu dents of Newton High School to discuss the problems of a model world. Realizing that these problems have no clear-cut answer the club members analyze them both from the American- view point and from that of other countries. It is this realization and awareness which make the activitif of the International Club powerful lessons in good citizenshi- These problems are important not only in themselves, but also i the effect their discussion has on the members of the club. Tl International Club plays an important part in transforming sti dents into mature, responsible adults. lick a subject, any subject . . . e of the activities of the i8-1959 Debating Society has n impromptu speaking. Mem- s gained experience which re of them used at the Bel- nt Hill Debate Conference. :se events and several debates hlighted the active year which society enjoyed under the :ction of Miss Kharas. fhere is no rebuttal to the ement that the Debating So- y is an important and success- activity at the high school. DEBATING SOCIETY msg Firrt Row: M. Berger, D. Maltz, T. Dangel, D Chacran C Chandler R Kaufman G Olken S Sheinwald, L. Robinson, N. Grossman. Second Rou J Prince W Balkan S Goldberger S Berk, S. Kaufman, R. Baker, D. Bailen, M. Slotnick Miss Kharas Tlnrd Rou R Nesson H fnhen M 'Raieman II Pxlfwm-If fl NTDIN-.-. E L. U xv! A ALPHA GAMMA TAU juniors and seniors interested in mathematics have an opportunity each month to meet with Alpha Gamma Tau, commonly called the Math Club. The name of this club, taken from letters of the Greek alphabet, gives a hint of the purpose of the Math Club: to discuss the age-old problems of mathematics and to learn some higher math. The club's activities, designed to accomplish this purpose, included contests, trips, games based on mathematics, and listening to various outside speakers. 182 Firrt Row: R. Books, M. Auryansen, B. Williams, D. Lees, C. Letteney, A. Paddock, j. Sigel, M. Slotnick, R. Kauf- man, J. Renker, G. Dietz. Second Row: E. Shea, D. Bailen, J. Green, E. Sherman, J. Mandell, B. White, M. Rudy, S. Mitrovich, J. Levine, J. Selig, Mr. Stephen: Third Row: H. Rosenthal, M. Greenwald, A. Riggs M. Walsh, M. Chessman, S. Savatsky, T. Bankman, C Siskin, L. Siegal, A. Morrison, H. Gordon, K. Weylei FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Firrt Row: M. Kopans, L. Taylor, M. Falkof, K. Rothstein, M. Tracey, M. L. Carroll, M. Freedman, J. Arcuri, V. Bura man, K. Morse, Miss Carroll, B. Sachs, W. Hyman, S Chipman, S. Ehmann, E. Rosenwald, P. Fox, S. Wise, E Gulden, B. Sokol. Second Roux' E. Totato, J. Cohen, J Carey, J. Hunter, E. Wollock, E. Gesmer, J. Mason, M. Snow M. Fglitis, S. Kalnajs, R. Fish, T. Goldberg, N. Denkin, S. Conan, S. McCann, J. Moss, A. Rosemark, S. Diamond. Third Roux' C. Steinberg, J. Burhlcuff, D. Zophin, H. Adel- son, P. Zavod, S. Goldstein, B. Rice, J. Emery, J. Davidson M. Arnold, S. Gliclcman, C. Larson, M. Levins, I. Sandberg M. Tarmy, A. Parsons, N. Wiener. The Future Teachers of America, sponsored by the Newton Teachers' Federation, has as its purpose the furthering of interest of boys and girls who desire to enter the fields of teaching or youth guidance. The Club has heard talks by educational leaders and visited settlement houses, elementary and secondary schools, and teachers' col- leges. 183 fi. NANCY NEWTON 1944 Frm' Rnux' B. Adolph, L. Crosby, J. Reingold, L, Milner, S. Brostoff, A. Holmes, A. Wragg, J. Balkan. Semna' Roux' Mr. Rist, L. Sharzer, L. Shapiro, R. Finnegan, A. Paddock, K, Wcyler, W. Lakin, Mr. Hall. Third Roux' D. Phillips, J. Berenson, G, Snerson, T. McNabb, A. Bliss. Fin! Roux' R. Cohen, M. Chcssman, S, Kissell, P. Coyne, S. Dangel, J. Forrest, D. Chessman. Serond Roux' J. Keller, S. Hecht, S. Goldberger, G. Parker, W. Schell, Dr. N avez. 184 CHEMISTRY CLUB All one has to do to locate the Chemistry Club is to follow the smell of chemical solutions down the corridors of Building Two. When he has arrived, he can see a group of ambitious students taking advantage of their opportunity to study chemistry to a far greater ex- tent than is possible in the school program. These students are chosen for membership by competitive ex- amination and anyone may apply. Since the members are well acquain- ted with all phases of chemistry, the meetings always prove to be inter- esting and the members enthusiastic. METECROLOG CLUB The United States Weather Bu- reau has a strong competitor, the Newton High School Meteorology Club. The club members gather during study periods and make wea- ther forecasts in their Building II observatory. Their efforts are most successfulg in fact, the club claims ten per cent greater accuracy than the government bureau at Logan Airport. These forecasts are made daily by President George Parker and the dedicated young meteoro- logists of the club. Other activities have been lectures, demonstrations, and field trips. M Brenner, F. Roisen, Mr. Bodman, J. Cohen, E. Wyner. The Physics Club has stimulated a lively interest in the physical sciences among the student body. Under the direction of Mt. Miller, the Physics Club has explored new approaches to science. Guest speakers, field trips, and lab demonstrations have served to keep the membership of the club in close contact with physical science throuhg its varied activities. nrt Roux' R. Roseman, C. Rosenbaum, C. Sherter, E. Shea, Letteney, C. Gordon, M. Walsh, J. Levine, T. Bankman, L. aye S. Landy. Setond Row: B. Clickstein, G. Livieratos, R. roldstein, M. Herman, A. Horwitz, S. Wolfe, M. Chessman, 1 Rogell, P. Little, E. Fineberg. Third Row: M. Coleman, Silk L. Morrill, D. Swett, H. Goldberg, C. Siskin, N. Custer, fi Pearlman, J. Sigel, L. Siegel. Fourth Row: G. Morrison, J. A ohsenow, A. Leckart, S. Richmond, B. Bernstein, B. Cicchetti, N l Aghababian, P. Wares, A. Riggs. H The new Biology Club is one of the products of the division of the old Science Club into two units, one concerned with the natural sciences and the other with the physical. The Biology Club, concerned with the natural sciences, has provided its members with an opportunity to gain in- formation unavailable in the class room. Guest speakers and interesting activities have served to highlight the year. The exclusive concentration on the natural sciences has given those with an interest in this Held an even better chance to ex- plore it. BICJLOGY CLUB PHYSICS CLUB H 11" H if 'gr '21 RC! l- - i' .MM CQ! , iw, ,fx iw., 1. Q . ar wif Fin! Roux' B. Mitchell, S. Krebs, S. Dangel, C. Bartberger, F. Dahl, D. Kinsella, R. Siegel. Second Roux' Mr. Shaw, H. Rosenthal, M. Rudy, N. Thorner, R. Hershman, G. Cleveland, P. Roberts. Firrt Roux' H. Levy, D. Devore, M. Morrison, W. Howard, Mr. Brawn. Second Row: A. Downs, M. Greenstein, G. Cleveland, P. Nichols, M. Colter. 186 CAMERA CLUB If you ever see a Newton High student wandering around the campus with a camera under his arm, he is probably a member ol the Camera Club looking for a picture to enter in some im- portant national photography contest. The shutterbugs hold monthly meetings at which they learn to master the skills involved in the use of the camera and in the processing of the photo- graph and camera specialists aid the club members in the per- fection of their techniques. RADIO CLUB "Ham! " To an actor this term would be insulting, but to the members of the Radio Club it is both true and compli- mentary. These boys have increased their knowledge of radio and elec- tronics through the varied activities of the club. These range from instruction to visiting radio and television stations, as well as building radio sets for the members themselves. 1 --.,-r-vf--Q-,wmv-ri-' N. il Fin! Roux' L. Kimball, M. Tonks, T. Bankman, M. Walsh, P. Phillips, P. Hunt, F. Hunt, B. Shriberg, B. Wish. Serum! Roux' L. Walsh, P. Sherman. R. Aghabubian, J. Rohsenow, P. Higgins, J. Litzerman, L. George, M. McDade. Third Roux' R. Cahill, P. Morrison, J. Mandell, A. Ober, A. Page, R. Murchese, H. Mann, D. Devore, D. Bluestein. Fourth Roux' M. Lothrop, S. Freedman, P. Brown, B. Cicchetti, E. Milott, W. Albert, K. Cummins, Mr. Willard. It's a bird! lt's a plane! It's the aviation club! Actual flying is combined with study and instruc- tion to provide the members of the Aviation Club with a full and re- warding schedule of activities. RIFLE CLUB Marshall Dillon beware! The Rifle Club is on the march and the sharp-shooters of Newton High School never miss - well, almost never. Under the able guidance of Mr. Willard, they have perfected their skill. If it comes to a show- down between the club and Matt Dillon, our money is on the Rifle Club. But relax, Mr. Dillon, they do their shooting at the West New- ton Armory. AVIATION CLUB While the Century Class turns its eyes back over the past one hundred years, the Aviation Club looks ahead into the space age and the growth of aeronautics. 'Q Q .-.ft SE' W iz WUI - n QP. ag. --Li ui 1 Mr. Willard, Mr. Pronk, K. Weyler, B. White, R. Heckman, A. Paddock, F. Manley. 11 "Think, Team, Think!" Under the direction of Captain Marshall Levine, the Newton High School Chess Team has had the finest year of its four-year history. The interest in the club has grown, and the adviser, Mr. Deschenes, is quite pleased with the fine Chess Club which produced such a team. The ofhcers, President Fineberg, Vice-President Goldsmith, Secre- tary Berk, and Treasurer Siskin, also expressed pleasure and pride over the excellent progress of the club. If this year's ten-man team, which competed in the Greater Boston Inter-scholastic Chess League, is any indication of the rising power of future teams, cheerleaders may some day lend their support with cheers of "Push that Pawn" or "Go, go! Where, where? We want a checkmate over there!" Some day soon, vast crowds of kibitzers may marvel at the prowess of a brilliant sophomore who checkmated his opponent in only fifteen moves! CHESS CLUB Fin! Rou W Pike, L. Shapiro, E. Fineberg, B. Goldsmith, C. Siskin. Second Rou J Sigel S Savatsky S Landy, A. Tenenbaum, S. Berman. Third Roux' R. Kaplan A Leckart J Freedman D. Selleck. HUNTING AND FISHING CLUB Firrt Row: A. Short, M. Walsh, T. Bankman, R. Hoeh. Second Row B Thompson R Gundlach R. Cicchetti, H. Achorn, Mr. Simms. Bang' Bang! Bang! Hey, look out for that Fish hook! Here comes the Hunting and Fishing Club, on the way to one of its expeditions! Actually, going beyond the trips with which it is associated, the purpose of the Hunting and Fishing Club is threefold. Their goals are conservation of natural resources, gun and rifle safety, and fishing know-how. These goals are reached through instruction and demonstrations in fishing, films on hunting and fishing, and actual trips. The club also enters a yearly project in the Science Fair. OUTING CLUB tj fi ' One of the largest clubs in the school, the Outing Club boasts a membership of one hundred and fifty girls, all of whom are enthusiastic and fun-filled travelers. The Outing Club began its season with a rollicking outing at Cedar Hill Girl Scout Camp. Its winter outing was a trip to Peterborough, New Hampshire, where the girls spent a gay weekend skiing and skating. The last major outing of the season was the Out- ing Club's annual spring beach party. Every member of the club agrees, "A good time is always had by all!" 1 930 f ' f f ' I X - . 190 CAVALRY CLUB First Roux' A. Bennett, B. Brinson, L. Wolbarst, M. Hoye, M. I-lorovitz, L. Merrill, R. Perry, E. Rosenwald, N. McAllister, S. Best, C. Borden. Second Roux' C. McClelland, B. Proctor, 1. Richard- son, J. Graham, P. Morrison, H. Kowal, O. Wyman, S. Drayton, I. Nicholson. fee. V nal . x""4 'I 937 Whoa, Dobbin! Giddy-up, Brownie! These shouts are familiar cries to the enthusiastic members of the Cavalry Club. The purpose of this very active club is to provide recreation and fun for anyone interested in horsemanship. All he or she need have is a reasonable skill in the equestrian art, and the Cavalry Club will do the rest. Besides their frequent excursions to Paddock Stables in the Blue Hills, where the horsemen and horsewomen have an opportunity to practice their riding, the mem- bers of the Cavalry Club watch movies and slides, listen to guest speakers, and enjoy an annual outing. 191 Nancy Newton - 1959 1958 HIGHLIGHTS Sept. 8 and 9 - School opens One downg only 181 days to go. Sept. 26 - Motorcade and Tigerama. Games, dances, songs, and ten-foot Tigers! Oct. 16 - All school assembly "Let's give a cheer for New- ton" song is born. Oct. 17 and 18 - Senior Play Senior Thespians give su- perb presentation of "Anastasia" Oct. 31 - Halloween Dance Witches, goblins, and New- tonites invade the Totem Pole! Nov. 21 - Football Dance Door prize - a real, LIVE turkey! Nov. 26 - Thanksgiving va- cation "l'll have to diet 'till Christmas!" Nov. 27 - Newton vs. Brook- line Tigers battle valiantly in icy weather. Dec. 13 - Senior Supper Banana fritters, folk sing- ing, and square dancing. Dec. 14 - Christmas Vespers Sacred stories of Christmas and Chanukah sung. Dec. 23 - Vacation begins Twelve MAD days - drag in at 2100, sleep 'till noon! 2 Y ' mv or THE YEAR ,Je Jan. 5 - Vacation ends Well, back to the old grind. jan. 10 - CEEB Aptitude Tests Ebullient : expatiate 1: obsequious : 1. 2 Feb. 13 - Drama Festival Winterret, Mad Woman of Chailloi, The Taming of the Shrew Feb. 20 - February vacation begins Sleep? Man, am I going to sleep! March 14 - CEEB Achievement Tests To college or not to college. That is the ? March 17 - Registration for 1959- 1960 Anybody for Kenyon basket weav- ing? March 30 - April 5 - Arts Festival Art, music, dancing. Busy week at Newton High. April 8 - Science Fair Next step - Moon, Mars, and Mercury! April 17 - April vacation begins April vacation, then 40 days, then - summer vacation! May 1 -- Music Night Do re mi fa sol la ti do. May 16 - Senior Night Seniors, all Seniors, nothing but SENIORS! May 28 - Centenary Banquet Psst! Not that fork - THAT one! june 4 -- Senior Prom Petticoats, perfumes, and pink pumps. june 6 - Graduation Grand Old Seniors no more. Happy but kinda' sad. June 19 - End of school year Sophomores and Juniors move up in the world. 1959 5- g, , X t ,J 391 W .iw gypsy J RQ.. , 4 41 R' fr S Q 1 5 N.W ' x :Q P34 L 55 sf x X X5 2. .45 W . - A Q 3 PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY S I I I s Q 2 ann j aaa5sfasfaa::l:r MI 1 U 'J ull 5 liill lv ll ll Ill IIIIUYUI ll' lmlmllq. llgumn V EL fi ii' c 5 a ls? i fb ,-,..4-. 4 A A .. ,... 0 1 ,..,.i.. 1 1 1 X X 6 X s X -Q--.........1...- .4 . , . . FOOTBALL CROSS COUNTRY OUTDOOR TRACK BASKETBALL INDOOR TRACK HOCKEY RIFLE TEAM FIELD HOCKEY GIRLS' BASKETBALL GIRLS' AFTER-SCHOOL SPORTS 1 SPCJRTS Athletics at Newton riign ocnooi came into tneir own shortly after the turn of the century. Until 1900, when the citizens of Newton purchased the Claflin estate and converted it into an athletic field, athletics were limited to football, baseball, track, tennis and military drill. Football and baseball games were played at Magnolia Field in Newtonville, at the corner of Watertown and Walnut Streets. The other sports and Physical Education classes were conducted in the drill shed. Yet these early years were not without their thrills and significant moments. For instance, a student, Ed Crane, originated a game called pushball to be played at halftime of football games. Two teams of five each pushed a ball five feet in diameter back and forth until someone got it over the goal. These years also produced several outstanding ath- letes. One of them was Mr. Reginald Brown, captain of the 1894 football team and a great baseball star. Mr. Brown learned football in his freshman year at N.H.S., played in his sophomore year, and coached in his junior year - for, in those days, teams had to provide student coaches. As a senior, Mr. Brown attended Harvard spring football practice and out- kicked the Varsity punters. In baseball, Reggie, as he was called, hit a home run over the fence against Brookline at a time when major leaguers were win- r.ing home run crowns with seven or eight a year. He later attended Harvard and went on to coach Harvard, Boston University, and, finally, the Boston Redskins in football. While he was in charge of de- fensive strategy at Harvard, Mr. Brown was so sucess- ful that Yale went scoreless for nine seasons against the "Crimson". With the turn of the century, Newton continued to develop outstanding athletes and teams. In these 1894 Baseball Team - Chilly l7UU b, WC llllu luuuy 1115 1iA1 5110 in Lwcwtuu a sports annals. In 1907, Harry Bradford and Chet Spaulding pitched a 19-inning, scoreless baseball game against Dorchester. The game was finally called be- cause of darkness. From 1907-1910 Newton's foot- ball team was champion of the Preparatory League. While the boys were enjoying success on the grid- iron and baseball diamond, the girls were also partici- pating in athletics. Attired in blue skirts, blouses, and little round hats, the fairer sex would practice military drill or battalion, as it was then called. Other girls, THEN Trophy Case located in Building 3. Captain Reginald Brown, standing fourth from left in second row. ! 'iii sipna--anim ihmyf 1926 Football Team -- wooded background is site of Dickinson Stadium. clad in long blue bloomers and stockings, could be found doing calisthenics, using Indian clubs, dumbells, and even bar-bells for exercise. Other sports began to develop. In the 1910 "New- ton Annual" we find this quote: "For some reason this sport Cbasketballj did not seem to be very popular among the scholars in former times, and, although not a success when tried five or six years ago, it was decided to organize a team this year." At the same time that basketball appeared at New- ton High, gymnastics got its start. Again the words of the Annual - "In the fall of 1908, heavy gymnas- tics were introduced for the first time in the history of the Newton High School." The gymnastic team was recognized by the Athletic Association for the first time and letters were awarded. The 1911 N. H. S. Annual states, "Track is a good, :lean sport and ought to be well-supported by the whole school, which can hardly be said to be the case this year." Yet, track over the years has been one of the strong points of Newton athletics turning out championship teams year after year. Also in 1911, the Hockey team won the Prepara- tory League Championship for the sceond year in a row. But the team "backed in" as a loss to Brookline was not counted because Brookline was disqualified for playing two "ringers" under assumed names. These years also witnessed the beginning of a fencing team at Newton High. The rifle team was added in 1919 and Newton was the proud possessor af a Midget Relay team. Requirements: Each boy on the team had to weigh less than 85 pounds. ln the 1914 Newtonian appeared this familiar excuse for the 50-0 drubbing at the hands of Waltham in the annual football game. "Waltham through un- necessary and uncalled-for roughness, disabled most af the best men, so that they were able to score more easily." Boy Cheerleaders - Yes, we had them in bygone days - and not too long ago either 199 200 From the 1917 Newtonian comes this delightful tidbit: "After the game, coach Dickinson made two interesting statements: 'No Newton team will ever fear Waltham again' and 'Newton would never again lose to Waltham, unless it be on a fluke' From the same yearbook - "After the Brookline game, the whole squad, with the exception of three or four, signified its intention of returning to school for no other purpose than to play against Waltham and Brookline, If half of those who say they are going to return do so, heaven help the opposition." As we move on to the twenties, we find an inter- esting item of which few people are aware. Our own football coach, Bud Hawkes, once played against Newton High. In 1922, while attending Deerborn High in Portland, Maine, Coach Hawkes played - in a losing effort - against the Newton eleven. Probably the most successful team in this period was the hockey team coached by a Norwegian im- migrant, Dr. Oscar M. Martin. Under Martin, New- ton was the local power until 1932. In 1918, the team was the state champion and probably the best schoolboy hockey team in the country. And six years later, in 1924, after capturing the Suburban League Championship once again, Newton went on to be- come the International Schoolboy Hockey Champs, when Dr. Martins charges defeated Huntington Acad- emy of Canada 7-3 at the Boston Arena. While the hockey team was winning the Inter- national Championship, the baseball team was pre- paring for another season. This was to be the year in which Howard Whitmore, present mayor of Newton, would show his "marvelous pitching form" for the Newton Nine. just prior to 1924, Newton entered its first swimming team in competition with other Grueling gridiron action from the 1937 campaign. Ski Team ly '40's tools. And in 1927, Floyd Osborne, the captain of 3 swimming team, won everything he entered dur- g the whole season and was the schoolboy champ the 200 yard dash, Because of the lack of proper facilities, indoor arts did not develop to a large extent until the nstruction of the gymnasium in Building 3 in 1925. id what a gym we had! Newton students could -ll be proud of their gym and locker rooms for we :re one of the first schools in this vicinity to in- ll showers. This period also witnessed the addition a new athletic held - divided evenly between ys and girls. Finally the girls were participating in 'air share of school athletics. For the first time they d outdoor gym classes. But the girls had a harder ne playing outside than the boys, as the towns- ople in neighboring Newronville were shocked to 2 girls in public with no stockings on - bare legs! ch sports as field hockey, soccer, lacrosse, and :hery came into being in Newton. The dance was gun, and N. H. S. was practically the only school the vicinity with a pianist for these classes. At this ne, tennis was being taught the girls by Margaret ightman, a world-famed champion. As one can well imagine, the period of the late :ns and '2O's was a most productive one. The reason r this productivity can probably be found in one tn - Alfred Dickinson. Dickinson was truly one the greatest football coaches N. H. S. ever had. : was a great admirer of Percy Houghton of Harvard d took Newton teams to Soldier's Field once a week. magnetic personality, Dickinson was gifted with eat powers of observation. In 1920 and 1921 his tms lost the state championship in the finals. Dick- son died in 1927, and in 1930 Dickinson Memorial idium was dedicated in his honor on Thanksgiving ty. The dedication was a great occasion, despite 2wton's 38-7 loss to Brookline. Many highlights continued to brighten Newton's orts history in the thirties. Mr. Sanborn, presently charge of boys' athletic equipment, was the head otball coach. His greatest team, of which the in- mparable Wttrren Huston was captain, was in 1952. tis versatile athlete was the captain not only of otball but also of the basketball and baseball teams, d he also played varsity hockey. Among the features that great year was the 66-0 whalloping of arch- fal Brookline in the annual Thanksgiving Day clas- Of course, the two sports in which Newton has monstrated greatest success in the last decade are seball and track. These two teams have brought to .H.S. many championships and trophies. Yet the her sports have not been idle. Although Newton's vopsters have never been state champs, twice they ve lost in the finals - once in overtime. Newton's anis and golf teams have been among the top of eir field for many years, and football and hockey rms always fare well against the opposition. It is certainly true that Newton High School has d a rich and colorful athletic history over its first mdred years. We can only hope that this great tdition will be continued with as much success by e students of the next one hundred years. . f -a Then - football of yesteryear. - .A , .. -.4a,...,. Then and Now - gathering of old captains at this year's homecoming game. - .wiki -HAM Now - 1958 starting football team. Q I O N Q W Fmt Row: J. Akerman, P. Moran, T. Tobin, J. Impeduglia, D. La- Tona, C. Lombardo, D. Russo, P. Thompson, C. Lee, P. Patterson, R Monforte, S. Gordon, C. Gaysunas, N. Whitney. Second Row: Mr Ronayne, Mgr. S. Rubin, W. Berndt, E. Simourian, J. Kenney, D. VARSITY Gadsden, W. Sellers, R. Paaso, R. Lee, A. Lavely, B. Walen, Mr Hawkes, Mr. Malone, Mr. O'Connell. Third Row: F. Santucci, B Wallace, J. O'Donnell, R. Marino, R. Lawrence, L. Bjork, E. Flowers D. Connor, W. Southmayd, P. Guzzi, Mr. Fraktman, Mt. MacConnell FGOTBALL Sparked by hard-running halfback Pete Thomp- son, Quarterback Buddy Russo, and a hard-charging forward wall, the Tigers produced many thrills for their rabid fans. Considering the shortage of experi- enced lettermen, the Newton Eleven had a fairly successful season - five wins and four losses. Proba- bly Newton's best all-round effort was the 44-0 trouncing of Lynn English. Yet the complete shack- ling of Medford by Newton's defense - allowing not one first down the entire game - and the thrilling victory over Waltham as the result of a Russo to Rol- lins pass in the closing seconds certainly rank as mem- orable highlights of a line year. The definite improve- ment shown as the season progressed and the fact that sixteen lettermen will be returning, give Newton every reason to look forward confidently to an excel- lent season next year. Coach: Mr. Hawkes Captain: Buddy Russo Captain Buddy Russo f 1 john Impeduglia Carl Lombardo Tom Martin A. ..,Wn..,. Vee Rollins Pete Thompson 4. Dan Yarn.-0 Dunn Darn! Flin: flavennac -Il f- W . A fha .IUNICR VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY Firrt Roux' Bridges, Dreher, Curtis, O'Donnell, Callan, Howard, Mitchell, Greenhood, Rovner, Oteri, Mr. Knapman O'Brien, Reilly, Pitts, Ciccili, Donovan, West. Second Row: Third Row: Castle, O'Connell, Grady, Carle, Kerr, Pappas Mr. Ferguson, Claflin, Demerjian, Howard, McKenney, Dapsauski, Lee, Rabin, Senecal, Sprague, Starr. SCPHOMORE - SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL Fint Roux' T. Griffin, H. Dezotell, S. Graham, F. Scarsella, Poskitt. Third Roux' S. Hedrick, R. Gibbs, J. Hartbower E. Sullivan, P. Sullivan, 1. Russo, j. Barbera. Second Row: R. Alcorn, R. Ferris, B. Kimelgore, W, Dutton, S. Tower, Mr. Weist, R. MacKinnon, j. Rice, M. Libman, R. Vokey, P. Belsanti. G. Hawkins, J. Salvucci, R. Sellars, R. Salemme, Mr. 206 n--:i I mm-- Fin! Roux' N. Driscoll, G. Lampkin, L. Bcrnheimer, J. Gifford, Nellos. N. Richmond, G. Nelson, V. Rollins, R. Kelly, W. Berndt C. Rcnlccr, A. York, E. Hootstein. Second Roux' Mr. Poskitt, B. R. Monforre. BASKETBALL fnhffliu Van Dnllif-if Al Xfn.-I., "Root" Monforte Lenny Bernheimer Newton's spirited and hnstling hoopsters enjoyed a fair degree of success this season. Only the loss of a few key players, notably 6' 5" center, Captain Vee Rollins, with hve "must" games remaining kept the team from a possible Tech Tourney berth. The Tigers' chief asset was their strong bench-especially in the backcourt-as exemplified by Newtotfs two thrilling overtime victories against Waltliam and Cambridge Latin. In the Waltham game Lenny Bernheimer scored the decisive basket-his only two points-in the closing seconds of the overtime, and in the Latin game Jim Gifford came off the bench to lead Newton from an eight point deficit to a comeback victory. The tez1m's high scorers were Basil Nellos, Vee Rollins, and Al York. Coach: Mr. Poskitt Captain: Vee Rollins YVT0 R34 . 40 U70 22 Q WW 5 21 o K wa AEI! wfg KEN xt aux' M. Ryan, P, Kap an, . lair, R. aaso, R 1 P B P T Ryan, Fitz. .SiEC07ld Rauf: Mr. Knapman, K. Brown. E Hootstcm, A. Ons, D. Donovan, D. Geltman, B. Skornnc. JUNIOR VARSITY wr 424 vi I ' sgjllly I, , 5 ,. f. ii .iw 1 T is-5, 14357 .. 1 If w '- U ,M gf v .. 4, . X K, - Y xi HBR - Zi- nl' 4 ,, "-4 W 9928 1.5 K Ma 3 Q wavy 8 vi? Q ij f' if if 0 'v A v sm f W!! mrwraf' 9' "k ! i t ? , L f 'C f X REM , f 3 A5 s N? 74..n:1 ' V 5 K H 47 - Q3 xg :ani iw Q. Fxrtt Row: R. Bacarri, D. Claflin, R. Hession, A. Polansky J W OConnell B Kemelgor C Curtis B Weiner G Snerson Meshorer, L. Smith, E. Raymond, J. Kenney, R. Pupa, R Benak G Morrison E Flowers D Kent D J Kent A Allen F Got A Perlis, II. Rose. Second Row: P. Wares, G. Motz, N Thorner gone D Nevms P Hale INDOCR TRACK Over the past decade or so, Newton has produced highly successful indoor track teams. And this year was no exception! Headlined by Larry Smith, state champ in the 50-yard dash, Gary Snerson and Dick Abrams, 1-2 in the state in the shot put, co- captain Ernie Raymond, Dick Hession, Don Claflin, Fran Woodbridge, Bob Pupa, and Hans Hinteregger, Newton fared excep- tionally well in competition this year, losing only to powerful Ringe Tech. The high- light of the season was Newton's second place finish in the state meet in which the "Boyle- makers" narrowly missed the championship by a meager two points. Coach: Mr. Boyle Co-captains: Larry Smith, Ernie Raymond 57 Y Av , W if I Q2 v 55 if J wg "' F L., Firxt Row: Mr. Hall, K. Carle, K. Downing, M. Keenan, M. Lancaster H Gilmore P Sahlm W Evtson M Herman P. Thompson, B. Neilson, W. Vachon, J. Reingold, Mr. Third Row B Dangel J Bowen D Ellis V Thompson D Ronayne. Second Row: j. Boland, T. Reilly, K. Peters, McManus M Peters G Colletti H Cohen Plagued by the loss of certain valuable players because of inelligibility, Newton's Hockey team had a relatively poor season. However, Coach Hall anticipates better suc- cess next year with the return of several out- standing lettermen - namely Ken Peters, Pete Sahlin, and Mark Lancaster. Coupling these veterans with the promising jayvees and undefeated Junior High team, Newton will undoubtedly enjoy more success next season. Coach: Mr. Hall Co-captains: Mike Keenan, Pete Thompson 212 HOCKEY QW 4 X f V J, .- f',,q. 'Ts ,Nx- 'vw-..x. '-'Q "f'?'f."'4I" g N ' ' ff '1"""5 , f ':Q'f!?'f---.JJ , f" ff - fkvv- 'aa .........w , ' .U VARSITY Fifn Row: R. Hession, G. Rose, D. Kent. Second Row: J. Shaner, D. Selleck, H. Hinteregger, D. Kent, Mr. Geist. I I L el n ."'..':f is A . Q 1 ff E... F' ' lvl JUNIOR VARSITY Fmt! Roux' W. Smith, D. Shaw, R. Geist, J. Nazzaro. Second Row: J. Lavely, S. Goldman, D. Pass, W. Chase, Mr. Geist. CCJUNTRY A cross country runner must demonstrate stamina rigid self-discipline, and most of all, a proper attitude, for he must exert maximum effort in a minimum time, run- ning two and a half miles in approximately fifteen minutes. The failure of certain seniors to live up to expectations. and Captain Rose's injury in the state meet were major reasons for Newton's disappointing season. Although both the Varsity and j.V. groups had limited success, Coach Geist expects a more successful season next year with the return of several experienced lettermen. Coach: Mr. Geist Captain: Gerry Rose J V'- Firrl Row: P. Phillips, K. Franseen, F. Hunt, P. Hunt, R. Shriberg, P. Monroe. Second Row: P. Hollis, A. Ober, K. McDaniels, H. Mann, P. Sherman, Mr. Willard. RIFLE TEAM The Rifle Team is composed of the ten best shots in the 115-member Rifle Club. Ably coached by Mr. Willard, who maintains that riflery is not only recreational but also practical, the team showed noteworthy success this season. Probably the outstanding feature this year was the introduc- tion of a girl - Karin Franseen - into a hitherto all-boy sport. And what a shot she is! She was consistently high marksman in Newton's many Middlesex League victories. Other highlights of the year include Phil Phillip's live per- fect scores of 100 in the prone position, and Pete Hunt's 186 out of 200 for both prone and standing positions. Coach: Mr. Willard Captain: Pete Hunt . NYS. 'A--na , -.7-"!"T'1 ..,,., ..a,5.,, .LII ........ --- -. M- ----TTI: C A N D , I . D S nf- ' "1"-' ww faq ' """ in M-I W 58,1 A A Y - T 4.1 ' . A' 5,3 5, ' -- . Ai .j ' 'V 4 , 1: -x 'gf - . :Miz .' .1 ,J il, 1 - Q-,ff If ,' ,2,- K A ' j W, ' 1. ' Ay Q. K ,G , . - K ' ' I X lg 1 , M' f 'X ' - . a Q . 3. -a K K . .QQ . A iq , , :.:4.:4T: 'fy' 'sr' 'K if - 'S' ' n A I w,....f ' 1 . ,Ll nk- K ' 'V' ' ' xi r -' 'Y 'V , K, , Q .Nl, .. 9 .Q KN ig K A -r V all l an "" QF' My S Y 5,9 x 'aw My ig 1 ,,i,"., My . 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J 2 3'af, 1 UK 5 W 'Z' X5 'W 'N V45 SPCJRTS feffmng? M... ilnzvft . , ., M, ,V ,W --v-' I. f.. -, ,W ,,,, A A ., . 21 get swf ,m,,.,3-A ,cn V we -V-, f www NX ,Q 1 I ,Wf,W,K,,5i . M, ,V , i-?w,sg.V . Q M ,M ,wwf - A- .fy v Mug f LARRY SMITH wins 50 yard dash in state meet for second consecutive year. 1 x J w JY as x it .. ,E . ! LENNY BERNHEIMER'S basket wins Waltham game in closing seconds of the overtime. First Row: j. Kezer, J. Claflin, W. Barthelmes, J. Bedigian, G. Hall, Bradley, N. Pasquarosa, P. Belsanti, C. MacNevin, T. Roper, Mr. R. Lawrence, C, Kohlbach, J. Thorpe, j. O'Leary. Second Row: Mr. Murray. Malone, J. Kiley, 1. Sauro, A. Hawkes, R. Loughlin, A, Paulino, E. TECHNICAL HIGH BASKETBALL 220 One of Newton's most successful teams th year was the Technical High Basketball Team. Lf by high-scoring 6'3" center, Ronnie Lawrence, ar ably coached by Mr. Malone, the Trade Schor captured second place in the Eastern Massachuset Vocational League. Their best single effort was decisive victory over Lowell in the battle for secor place. All in all, the only thing this little-publicize team lacked was the support of Newton's studei body. Coach: Mr. Malone Captain: George Hall GIRLS' SPGRTS A position on the intramural teams or a chance at the Varsity or junior Varsity has attracted many girls to the numerous sports activities offered during the past year. Some found a delightful change from studies while others sought to improve skills and form new friendships. The friendly competition and the good feeling of having played hard added to the enjoyment of a well-spent afternoon. During the fall, the Held hockey and tennis squads practiced for matches, those in golf, archery, and dance groups furthered their proficiency. The winter program fea- tured fencing, bowling, badminton, volleyball, and basketball. Ks. Q3 GIRLS' ATHLETIC BOARD Firrl Roux' S. Keiler, B. Andersen, Miss Hall, K. jepsen. Second Roux' C. Crosby, E. Anderson 221 VARSITY - JUNIOR VARSITY Fin! Row: J. Mullen, N. Anderton, C. Crosby, A. Wragg, M. Hawks, M. Thurber, P. Greene, M. Sharkus, L. Brauninger, J. Meyer, M. C. jepsen, D. Rote, N. Hewitt, L. Merrill, S. Bluestein. Seeond Row: Monahan, B. Yeo, S. Erickson. M. Evans, C. Gilman, D. Greene, G. Lapins, N. Doherty, E. Anderson, GIRLS' BASKETBALL 1 222 SENIOR CLASS TEAM Firrt Row: C. Gilman, M. Evans, E. Anderson, N. Doherty. Second Row: G. Lapins, P. Watts, M. Thurber, A. Wragg, D. Greene, P. Greene. Left, right, left, shoot! The forwai practiced the shots, while the guai put their zone guarding into effecti use. Many girls actively enjoyed b. ketball this season. The class teai fought for the championship whi was finally won by the Seniors after hard struggle. Varsity and junior V. sity team members met old friends the court for the second and somerirr third time and exchanged both wi and losses. xr 7'- JUNIOR CLASS TEAM 1.5, Pint Roux' M. Hawks, C. Crosby, S. Bluestein, J. Morrison, B. Yeo. fs Second Roux' j. Meyer, S. Cotter, 1. Kelly, L. Merrill, K. jepsen, D. Rote. L l 5 Q. 5 l E Q SOPHOMORE CLASS TEAM Fin! Roux' G. Wict'zcmrek, A. Bennett, N. Anderton, M. Monahan, M, Kay. Sammi Roux' j. Mullen, L. Wheeler, P. O'Connell, S. Glickman, M. Sharkus, N. I--lcwitt, -I. Gilbern, J. Turnbull, L. Brauninger. 1 VARSITY Firrl Roux' A. Wragg, D. Rote, J. Meyer, F. Butterfield, Hall, S. Cotter, E. Anderson, N. Doherty, P. Watts, M. Evans, J. Capello, C. Crosby. Second Row: Miss B. Andersen, P. Greene, D.Greene, Miss Snodgrass. JUNIOR VARSITY Fin! Roux' G. Lucia, A. -Iarrell, N. Anderton, M. Hawkes, B. Parkhurst, B. Schlosberg. Second Roux' Miss Snodgrass, S. Cotter, C. Moran, B. Babbin, C. Conrod, J. Turnbull, L. Merrill, Miss Hall. FIELD HCCKEY Field hockey requires not only skill, but als endurance. CStatistics have shown that in one gani a girl may have to run two or three miles.D Tl Varsity and Junior Varsity squads practiced faitl fully during the cool fall season. When at last the seemed to be at their very best, the season was ove and all too soon. But these Newton High Schoc girls, now educated in sportsmanship and tear cooperation, will retain forever their fond men ories and friends made as a result of their partic pation in field hockey. ADVERTISEMENTS l N I 1 m E 227 Newton Hgh School and the Class of 1959 salutes the Businessmen and Friends of the 1959 Newtonian J. H. Allets, Co. . ..,.... T. W. Anderson .............. Arnold Bus Company ............ Atwood's Camera Shop .,.......,... Aubutndale Cooperative Bank ....... B 8: D Wallpaper Company Bancroft Cap Co. ,..,................ . Bancroft Sportswear ....,....,....,.. Barnett's Fabric Stores, Inc. ...... . Bermar Teen Types .,,......,..,.,. Browning King ...r,..t.......... john T. Burns, Co. ..,..,.,. . Centre Meat Market ,.., ..... . . Century Club of Newton ....... ,,............. Albert M. Chandler, Insurance J. H. Chandler 8: Son, Inc. .,..,.,,......,...,.....,.... ...,... . Chetwynde Nursing and Boarding Homes ....... ........ Chiswick Cleaners, Inc. ....,............................., ....... . C1apper's Garden Store ..,.........................,... ........ G. Clement Colburn 8: Son, Inc. .... . Columbia Packing Company ......... W. J. Connell Co. .... ,............... . Crowley's Ofhce Supplies ......,. Currr Club ....,............,.,..,.,........ Davidson 8: Wiggin Co., Inc. ...... . J. Dewey 8: Co., Inc. ................ . Eastman's Flowers ............,.......,........... Esty Farm .....,.........................,.....,.......,.,....,. ......., Fisher Lawn Mower Service Company Flowers By Norman ....,.....,.........,..,.....,.. ........ G. 8: S. Paper Company ...................,,.. ......,. Gallagher Bros. , t.,....,.......... . Garden City Bowladrome ....,. Greenfield s ,...... .... , ..t,........ . . Hahn Drug Store . ,......... . Halewood's Pharmacy ,..... Hendricken Bros. ...,.,,., Highland Hardware .................., Highland Pharmacy ....................... Home Specialties Company, Inc. .,..,. . H. P. Hood 8: Sons ...,.......,........... House of Aron ......,....,............... Hub Auto Supply, Inc. ....... . Hunting's Inc. ...,....,............ . A. R. Hyde 8: Sons, Co. ..... . Iota Phi Sorority .,.......,.... Jawyn Club ..........,..,..... Howard johnson's ....... Kappy's ...,...............,. Kennedy's .......,......... Keyboard ...,....,................. Landry's Barber Shop ....., Lasell ........,..................,...... ....... 2 32 Stanley Lyons 8: Sons ........ ..,.... 2 33 Mandell's ,........................................................ ....... 2 32 James H. McManus ........,.................................. ....... 2 57 Meadow Glen 8: Quintree Drive-In Theatres ...... ....... 2 31 Midnite ,.........,.,........,......,....,....,........................,.. ....... 2 32 Moore and Moore, Inc. ...................,............................ ..,.... 2 43 Moye Chevrolet ..............................,......,...........,....................., 247 New England Telephone and Telegraph Company ..,,.......... 241 News-Tribune ........,,.............,.............,.............,........... ....... 2 44 Newton's Inc. ...............................,............................ ....... 2 34 Newton Centre Camera and Music Shop ....... ,...... 2 31 Newton Centre Esso Station ............................. ...,... 2 42 Newton Centre Market ........... ..,.. .. 244 Newton Drug Company ,........ ....... Newton Savings Bank ................. ...,... Oak Hill Cleansers and Dyers ...... ....... Oak Hill Market .....................,... ....... Oak Park Delicatessen. ...,......... ....... Oak Park Pharmacy .......... ....... Olympian Club .....,............ ....... T. O'Toole 8: Sons, Inc. .,.. ...... . Paramount Theatre ...... , .... .. Pass ..,...,...,................. ....... Penthouse Salons ........,........,. ....... Postar's Furniture ..................... ...,...,. Prioli Bros. Amoco Service ...,..... ...,.,. Purdy Studios ....................... ....... Ralph's ....................,................ .... . . . 254 248 233 252 250 242 240 258 246 254 242 254 254 229 235 Raytheon Manufacturing ,......,.,... ......, 2 53 Reading Institute of Boston ......... ,..,.,. 2 54 Republic Company, Inc. ........,.. ....... 2 35 Rich, Bellinger, 8: McKay ......... ....... 2 60 Al Rogan Sporting Goods .,..... ....,., 2 46 235 250 260 230 248 259 260 246 248 233 239 237 250 233 234 234 237 Seltzer's Garden City ..,........ ....... Simpson House .............. ....... South Pacific .....,........,....... ....... Star Market Company ....,. ....... Stella Restaurant .......... ....... Stowe-Woodward, Inc. ...... ....., . Swartz Hardware ,........... ....... Terrace Beauty Salons .......................,.... .,..... Toy Chest .......,..................,........................ .,..,,. Trimount Automatic Sales Corporation .......,. .,..... Trojan Club .....,..........,......,.....................,. ....... Tux Shop ....................................,,.......... ,,..... Waban Market, Inc. ..,....,............. ....., . Walnut Delicatessen ...................... ....... West Newton Co-operative Bank ,..... ....... Howard Whitmore, Mayor ......,......,....,..,.,......,......,..,,,......... Wonder Laundries .........,..............,...............,,..............,....,.... 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To the 100th Class Graduates MANDEI.I.'S Two Store: for Men Serving the Newtom Newtonville o Newton Centre For your formal function! Virit our Modern Rental Dept. At Newtonville Store C omplimentx of 5 LASELL A TWO-YEAR COLLEGE FOR WOMEN FOUNDED 185 1 S 631 -0101 '0'N0Y 01 7 6'N0M0f G0'v'-02 10" 101' . 6 S X0"s0N0"-0'w0'01'-01G0P20N0N0v'0v10N7k7'f01201'0110P'-01f0'10'C016N0N0P01'0Pk0f0N0'20'10"-0N0P1740X 232 Loving Memory of BETTE ELLEN LINDA E---S S SALLY HELEN SUE ROBERTA EVERYBODY COOKIE DONNA 996' ILLEGAL 5 9 5 5 and the fun we've all had OAK HILL cl.EANsERs THE WA'-NUT at DYERS DELICATESSEN ojerx you 35 LINCOLN STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS 5 BI 4-9747 The Fineft in Quality The Beft in Price: For your eating pleafure 335 WALNUT STREET Newtonville, Mass. For the best in muxic - either coin operated or background For the heft in Jouud Jyxtemy intercomx, paging-public addreff .ryftmr 5 rnlmoum AUTOMATIC SALES coup. 40 WALTHAM STREET BOSTON 18, MASSACHUSETTS 5 s STANLEY LYONS AND SONS 'A' 1005 BOYLSTON STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS, MASS. 8 X0120140110101014014026N0N0P0N-021020210240120N01L0510N0N0"0N0'20?L01f0"L01'0K0W40140'101l0'20N0x 010' 01621?s?0N0s0N7s0v'701105G0v106540P061f?471?401050N0P194?6X0x 3 5 5 S 9 unc. HIYYOII lllllll SMART FASHIONS 843 BEACON STREET NEWTON CENTRE 59, MASS. LAsell 7-7400 10? BARN in 5 FABRIC stones, mc. 9 Fabric: of Distinction Q Q COMPLETE SEWING ACCESSORIES S Q Laces - Notions - Buttons - Zippers 6 ' Patterns - Silks - Cottons - Woolens Q S Nylons - Velvets - Plastics . Phone LA 7-4587 5 260 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTON CORNER The only sure way to have that down CONGRATULATIONS payment on a car or money towards a col- lege education when you want it is to start 'md a systematic savings account now! Come in and ask us about our Co-operative Bank 5 BEST WISHES Savings plan which is ideal for these ob- jectives. We are open until 4 o'clock every afternoon. MAYOR WEST NEWTON HOWARD WHITMORE, JR. c0,oPERA1'IvE BANK Class of 1924 1508 WASHINGTON STREET WEST NEWTON S X00'-0"'0K-0's0Y0G040v17'0N9'00201Q7K?2017G720N00l200"Q650X0101'0N762'0f61l0f056x 234 405559 if "-49" y P-I Q v-1 'rl Q A '11 au S E U' 2 I. Hl fm "1 5 P fl z 5 O 0 Z 7' '- " Z Q 3 E v' U E cn tl, Q5 E 3 55 ? A K ' E 2 K v-1 -1 I 2 In m m cn Iv R f-1 V' 'S' W W 1 1 "' v-1 E fn 2 Q 1' 1 3 A C - 3 'U S.. Q W U S 3 :1 C F' z z E Q 0 QQ -:1 4, X1 3 F3 S 2 0 8 3 cgi 5 f 9 :ff D1 S ' U1 Y 1 P" :s 9 47 1' 402102 CD In I- 'I N In 5 Ui Q P Z U In Z Q 'I -4 X Q, S 5 S 9 9 3 S Q Q S 9 Q 9 5 Q 9 9 Q S s 5 E 5 Q 9 S 9 S., S Flower and Garden Service 9 FLORENCE STREET Cor. Route 9 DEcatur 2-1152 ' CHESTNUT HILL NEWTON, MASS. 235 ,113 A, .xr Wi x 55,1 m'L-9 msg . 1 lf, gf ,Q iw. 'f 5 w b..4 ff 1 w.. . 3' we 5 ,ax Vg B , it WHCYS WHG 4 f ,A mm ,X x we me 'P ' xx., 0"QC?C710fL917l9s?f7105'01L0N76N010f0N?L76220W1WN01'?17WN0X G. CLEMENT COLBURN 31 SON INC. Imurance Exclurively DWIGHT COLBURN, Prex. Class 1922 388 CENTRE STREET NEWTON, MASS. WONDER ALVCRD LAUNDRIES PHARMACY fformerlyj 28 Years of Honest, Sincere Service To More than 20,000 Families Damp Waxb - Fluff-n-Fold All Family Finifh -- Family Flat 5 E HAHN DRUG STORE CARL H. and JOHN c. ALVORD Reg. Pharmacists Slairtr - Wonder laundered Pfenfiffion specially! - 105 UNION STREET Zzgljggoixlzrjjieiistn RFI NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Dorchester H Phone Blgelow 4-0760 ' , SMART LOOKING-BEST FITTING QI' egflheld S mp Juxt Right For Sports Apparel I' fl-Mi ,md Special Occaxion Fine Quality Sweater! A TUX f1'0m the TUX SHOP O 40 GLEN AVENUE NEWTON CENTRE Phone LA 7-0459 230 CALIFORNIA STREET Open Wed. 8: Fri. Evenings - 7 p.m. to 9 p.m X01'0'K0K0"-01'-01'0i'-0"10'61r0f0'-0'r01Q?I104s?0N7s0N0'20N0'0"0's010101'010'f0'l0"f?C0N0N0'l6x 237 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 0 W 0 W B U L H C E Y M W M R w U T N E C W 0 0 0 W, 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 0 e In 'T II 0 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 N Y.M.C.A. TO EW SM 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 N 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 ' I Haig! 01? ROOM 519 Hey, Peasants! Memoir: of 5 "IOTA PHI" 5 6 5 Tlooxe great yearf at Newton High 9 5 Q P. J. Parry May 30, 1958 5 Congratulations to THE CENTURY CLASS Q 1 5 K Y Nix THE TROJAN CLUB I x N. 3 4 D 8 X7'0'N0"'0'S0"0"-01'-710110140502102101h91'0N0'00G?10f20N71-70N01'0210+f710"0N0I0'101C0'l0110U6X 239 tg o 5 E 5 ' 2 2 5 2 9 s g 92 Q S 2 JK '0b'0Y -1025? Q Q S tu E f C Q 5 S og 0 S. l" S. E E+. V7 Q 3 50 S 2 2 E '91 :r :r :-' H, W :HI :HI :HI ::x' ur N v-- 00 PVS E 5 ru 0 O B 0 Q C ne "Fi .0 F1 51 VI E here extends its warmest congratulations to the Century Class and hopes that these sincere and thoughtful wishes for the Bert Wirber to the A toast to all CLASS OF 1959 Filled with cheer From the Au Revoir to the class JAWYN CLUB Of the century year Of Newton Y s X0N0N0"'0's0v0N0N011-0N0N0"0K0'w0'Q9'47r0'0'+10'h010'f01'-0110K0010"01'-01010N0'K0G?f0N0'K0x 240 D 4-3-3--in--5 "Take an Ider isier's Advice. . ." "IT'S SMART to line np job interviews well in advance of graduation. And one of the best places I know to con- tact is the Telephone Company. Several of ns from my graduating class are working here - and every one of its loves it." TCICDIIOIIC jobs are important ones. We have our own training pro- gram which you can enter without any previous job experience. The pay is good, and you'll get regular raises. Why not come and see our employ- ' Q ment interviewer soon . . . before you . If graduate. Ask the Guidance Counselor r at your school to tell you when and get ,, where to apply. NEW ENGLAND TELEPlIONE 81 TELEGRAPH COMPANY 'S 401' 40' '01 l1l01 -102- 01 S Q 5 5 5 s 011012-0'140K01'-0110140110110101101f01f01101W1401f01201f-01G010101l0127f011011011012011011010C01h01f-0110 SMART PLANNING . . . for your future includes a sound financial program. Why not start NOW? You can buy Cooperative Shares for as little as 31 per month. They will be worth 3200 each at maturity. Come in and talk it over with us. AUBURNDALE COOPERATIVE BANK 307 AUBURN STREET AUBURNDALE, MASS. NEWTON CENTRE ESSO STATION 'fa' mis -544 776 BEACON STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Phone Blgelow 4-1498 Electronically Tesleaf Watch Repair: T. W. ANDERSON, .IEWELER Diamondr - Watcher - Silverware Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing 329 AUBURN STREET AUBURNDALE, MASS. ALBERT M. CHANDLER, INC. INSURANCE AGENCY A. M. Chandler, jr. - jack C. Hoover Phone Blgelow 4-9225 67 UNION STREET NEWTON CENTRE 59, MASS. OAK PARK PHARMACY 659 SAWMILL BROOK PHARMACY NEWTON, MASS. Prercription Specialirtx For Free Pick-up and Delivery Call Blgelow 4-3008 C ormezicr - Toy! Greeting Carafr School Supplier Magazine! and Paperr fl' Penthouse SA LO N S hair sfylisfs 1185 CENTRE STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. LAsell 7-9413 O 239 HARVARD STREET BROOKLINE, MASS. LOngwood 6-3606 674 0000 '-01' '01' 101 01101101 201 01401 01 201'01' 101' 101' '01 401'01 . 03. Q 6 310161201101-01'010401101101001101i01h71C0100C012010f0110101G01C010!01f0101401G01C01f01201f-?G0x 2101 1-?'?10W'011?s01C?s?0'7 10"02W16'20If01'Q17'0"0"0"?0"76Dg Let Kennedy's UNDERGRAD SHOPS cue you . . A WHAT'S NEW . . . WHAT'S SMART . . . WHAT'S WANTED , :J - We've got our ears ro the ground - ready to pick up the newest ideas - the big trends - the wanted fad-items . . . I, and have 'em for you when you want 'em! Here's where you'll 5 A find everything that makes a hrsr-rate wardrobe . . . all arranged 5 " for your easy, speedy shopping! s U' KENNEDY'S 2 BOSTON 0 FRAMINGHAM 0 PROVIDENCE S 5 WORCESTER 0 SPRINGFIELD 0 HARTFORD BROCKTON 0 MANCHESTER Moon: and Moons, Inc. B 31 D WALLPAPER C0' NEWTON CORNER For Better Decoration Electrical Appliancer - Paint - Toy! w Kitchen Ware - Garden Supplier eavhfwrgr 275 WASHINGTON STREET -I BI 48072 Roxbury- Cambridge- Quincy Waltham - Brookline LA 7-9857 FW Storage Bert Wirber CHISWICK CLEANERS, Inc. 665 SAWMILL BROOK PARKWAY BANCRQFT SPORTSWEAR OAK HILL NEWTON 59, MASS. ,,Magi-C-are Cletmingv 125 IRVING STREET "All Cleaning Done at our Own Plant" FRAMINGHAM MASS- Free Pick-up and Delivery Service S x04G0'P'0'N0's7'0N-0510?-0110510'0f65l7h9I170'0N0"0's016bW10"0'l0'0N?6Y0N0"0'0N0"0'6'ZX 0N010N0'0v1?'?f9174?f?17170000N?0000WNJf00019650WM?61020026Ds GALLAGHER BROS. 413 CENTRE STREET NEWTON CORNER, MASS. BI 4-0472 5 9 Compliments Newton CENTRE MARKET 2 5 9 I, if 5 5 0 9 Q 1241 CENTRE STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. A'rwoon's CAMERA SHOP 9 21 PELHAM STREET TH E NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. v fir 'Z ' NEWS-TRIBUNE M E 9 Quality and Service SINCE 1934 EAs1MAN's FLOWERS AL EASTMAN Blgelow 4-6781 340-342 WALNUT STREET 5 NEWTONVILLE, MASS. ' S K0'G-0"0N0'270K-0'0000000010000000000000060000006X 244 0R00 G7'0K7h902020N062'0E?050N01?WN902026N01'0'0'021?i0247r0k4ls G. 84 S. PAPER CO., Inc. THE KEYBOARD The Dependable Paper Merchant! "BALDWIN" Phone: LAsell 7-3500 Piano-" ' Ofgdm Sale: - Rental: WEST NEWTON Private Lemon: for Children and Adultr Axle about our Free Lemon: Lowest Bank Rates g 36 Months to Pay New Englandfr Largext Distributor of Chrome Aeceuorie: Your Piano or Organ and Speed Equipment Fully Insured 2 HUB AUTO SUPPLY, INC. DECWU 22116 5 957 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE 755 BEACON STREET . BOSTON 15, MASS. NEWTON CENTRE 6 ST 2-1660 THE CLASS OF 1959 WISHES T0 THANK THE FACULTY, ADMINISTRATORS AND FRIENDS WHO HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO OUR SUCCESS With pride and pleaxure in your paxt, With faith and conjidence in your future, BERMAR TEEN TYPES 71 UNION STREET, NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. extendx good wixhex, and hearty congratulation: to the Centennial Clan of Newton High School, a diftinguifhed educational center providing training and inxpiration to all who Jeek knowledge and learning. x7WW0"0H-0"0"'-0'1C01f76N0f'0S0N7G?27l?047471017020P0050ff01L01'0'0v026f61?'0b6x 245 1 S7401 405l02G01'?405G7'0f'0N09'040"7171?27l?10W'014l0N0NQ401f0N0N0'G0Pi7C0N0'6 TERRACE BEAUTY SALONS 360 HARVARD STREET COOLIDGE CORNER BROOKLINE Clotbierx and Furnixberx LOngwOod 6-9306 Q 1271 VQESIEEQFOZTREET EOR MEN AND WOMEN LAsell 7-9670 -- OFFERS - The Ben in Hairdrenery BROWNING KING Q Nationally Advertixed Permanent: "SAM" "AL Ik Q CENTRE MEAT MARKET . FRANKLIN AT FEDERAL STREET Q Quality and Service 5 Delivery and Charge Accountx 1243 CENTRE STREET 5 547 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE NEWTON CENTRE, MASS- NEWTON CENTRE 5 Telephone LAselI 7-4110 C omplimentx 0 f AL ROGAN SPORTING GOODS S 327 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTON CORNER, MASS. THE CHETWYNDE NURSING BOARDING HOMES Speeializing in the care of the aged 1650-1660 WASHINGTON STREET WEST NEWTON, MASS. BI 4-1137 C omplirnents of PARAMOUNT THEATER WASHINGTON STREET NEWTON CORNER JK Q7' 10" '-01101 10'-" 105' 2041710110 40" f-01' 7, X02'-0'+'0'f0'w0"0N0N720N0N0"-0W0N0P'-?f6'f-0'0140N04J402l00K01'0'0N01'-0"0K0"G?0"-01l0f0'f0x l0"0K74012?1740N0N7'0N0v10b0'0ff0f0K7Q02l0N0R02L0?'01G0' LAsell 7-6661 Diamondx - Watches -- Silverware jeweler: and Silverfmithr gfenclrichen Qros. Watch Repair! - Electronically Timed Q 45 LINCOLN STREET 5 NEWTON HIGHLANDS kgOll.I'l. mufns GO. INSURANCE THOMAS M. DILLON, Manager DEcatur 2-1840 803 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTONVILLE 60, MASSACHUSETTS MOYE NEWTON Everything CHEVROLET 0 New Cars 0 New Trucks 0 Used Cars Complete Scientijic Service Genuine Part: - Wholesale G Retail M O Y E CHEVROLET CO. incorporated 451 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTON Blgelow 4-5620 xi! 1 ci Nixfn 5V1fLiH B l ,fix x7G76'1f0'-?'00'1?'-7f0v0v'?r710K?014?040N71062'010610P10050Y 71010 247 SQ'-01 !016P474?'02010P2?61'76162174765f0104?6G02WN02'0K0'61f0N0N?6 DEcatur 2-4809 J. H. ALLETS CO. Fifth Avenue Giftware Greeting Cards Coxtume jewelry STELLA " f mssrAunANr A Q 5 1 u I- 'Ig I x Strictly Authentic Italian Food X 7 o 40 Different Italian Dishes o Luncheon and dinner music o Before and after dinner cocktails o 15 variations of pizza BANQUET FACILITIES for Q 140 PEOPLE ' 2 W 1 . 3 8 7 ASH NGTON STREET Rexervatiom advixahle for large partie! E L . N WTONVIL E' MASS 9 FLEET STREET o BOSTON Gamer-Dolly AN INVITATION Wbeelcoodf TO JUNE GRADUATES T h e When you start working T o Y and receive your first salary, 7 ff C H E S 1' we invite you to come in 452,55 and open a Savings Account. Traim Cr Accexxories Then, make it a habit A ua- ' Hohbie: to save something each pay day. '-"--'--"e Building a healthy bank balance 'V' Z4 295 WALNUT STREET will give you a wonderful feeling and prove that you have what it takes Next to to get ahead financially. Star Marker We'll welcome you as a depositor. Newtonville DEcatur 2-2710 "The Family that Play: Together, Stay: Together" NEWTON SAVINGS BANK NEWYON COIN!! NEWION NIGNAANDS ' 136 Wcxhinglon S 43 li""9l" 5 ' 2l9 Washington S . s7glla::hi1o'. is """o" "N" unmun soma T03 Union S ll! Chditl S K 3 Q 2 5 -6 9 5 5 5 S s x7"05'0"Q'N9'07G01 9"07l05k77C0'l0'5'K0'C7l0'40"?5'90'4059'0N0"0'5'f?50'-0'40'Zx COLUMBIA PACKING COMPANY exiendx to S THE MEMBERS OF THE CENTURY CLASS 2 CONGRATULATIONS 5 AND 5 5 BEST WISHES l00"Ar Pure Beef u.s. '--- Y' Saqlgggg --.- . -... ..., . ,E . 4 ,. .1 . .... I ' eef S' FRANKS 155 SOUTHAMPTON STREET BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS S x0"050K01w0Y-0"-7l710"-0"f0"-7l0'1Q0'vQ.?N01010K0w0240N01'-0110'10110fL0"0N010'f0'101'01'040"10'10X 249 In the Heart of the Newtonr on Beacon Street 5 OAK PARK Between Newton Centre and Waban THE SIMPSON HOUSE 665 SAWMILL BROOK PARKWAY offers you OAK HILL-NEWTON, MASS. FOOD THAT IS FAMOUS- SERVICE THAT IS SUPERB 5 Tel. LA 7-9647 5 In an atmosphere of candlelight and soft music Q which makes dining a pleasant relaxation MEET YOUR FRIENDS Air Conditioned For Your Comfort S Q "' W' LUNCHEONS - DINNERS - COCKTAILS Q OAK PARK DELI K BI 4-3356 RESERVATIONS Q J. DEWEY 84 CO., INC. WABAN MARKET, INC. Meat: - Grocerier - Vegetables Meat: - Grocerier - Firb -- Frosted Food Fancy Fruitx - Frosted F ood: 5 Fruits and Vegetabler Phone Bigelow 4-7062 ' 287 WASHINGTON STREET WINDSOR ROAD NEWTON, MASS. WABAN 68, MASS. S X0f'0P0N0'w0Y0M0N0'f-0110h0v'0N01'-7k?N7010N0s010N02200'0'0'10R70v0f0+10P'016f010l4x 250 F QQW: fr .a- awp I .Qidfhw m Q X ,,,..,..w.v ...vi 'haf V ,W f F-,M x -4 i V X jg , 4 an W W. M my , 'WIN- K 5 A , ,M ',' f,Q' ,. V fig 514 h? 1 g' QA if, s .C 53 ,11 V"N ,NMA-'N ni KJ s W 5, ,,., iw 5' . fx ' 5 V fi gr , A , .5 I1 'WE ! o S 5-. J v.-akin vm up awww n ' 'mg 0410-"02'01'-0P'02'i'0'r72?'-056P'?6'17r0s0Pf7s7f0N07WN710D62r0N024040ff0v'0510'6N0N0's0Y0 C omplimentr of HOWARD JOHNSON'S Landmark for Hungry Americanr ,v fb 'F kg! ! - 'f' Nh ROUTE 128 and ROUTE 16 NEWTON LOWER FALLS 62 Dierel Fuel Injection Service Electric Power-Tool Service Automotive - Aircraft - Marine Supplier W. J. Phone DE 2-3630 210 NEEDHAM STREET NEWTON UPPER FALLS CBoston 645, Mass. OAK HII.l. MARKET JOHN GUAGENTY, Proprietor Grocerier- Canned Goody Fruitr and Vegetable! Frerlz Meat: and Frorted Food: 575 BOYLSTON STREET ar Parker Srreer Bridge NEWTON CENTRE 59, MASS. H U N T I N G ' S Incorporated Established 1875 Serving the N E W T O N S and Surrounding Townr Local and Long Distance o Furniture Moving 0 Crating o Shipping 0 Storage C oart 'to C oart 23 BRIDGES AVENUE NEWTONVILLE Warehouse 31 Courr St. Call LAsell 7-3798 JK -01'-0' 'GJ' 47' 10" 0061 01102 1020"-0210" '0'f 101' 91' 0" x0N0fl0N0 40" WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD FOR YOU? PERHAPS A CAREER IN ELECTRONICS . . AT RAYTHEON Right at the start, it's nice to feel you "belong" - to know what your iob is, and the kind of future open to you. You'd do well to consider a career in electronics . . . fastest-growing of all maior industries. Raytheon is the electronics leader in New Eng- land, offering interesting iob opportunities at its many plants in the suburban areas around Boston. Raytheon's expansion means there will be a con- tinuing need for bright, ambitious young people to work in a wide variety of fascinating and im- portant proiects. If you think you'd be happy in a position with Raytheon, we suggest that you contact the Per- sonnel Manager at one of our employment offices. Andover, Bedford, Lowell, Maynard, Newton, Waltham, Wayland, Bristol, Tenn., Santa Barbara, Calif., Hooksett, N. H. nnvn-:sou MANUFACTURING comrnuv Excellence in Electronics 1360 Soldiers Field Road, Brighton 35, Massachusetts 21-7 '01047Q7S01'0'101202S0W'0DG?S01f0N0'0'S02W1'0N0N0f0ff0N0'S0' NEWTON DRUG COMPANY FLOWERS BY NORMAN 554 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE Newton Centre Mass. ' BI 4-4430 ,fn Q 'T VV' I u 1 KL li 564 Commonwealth Avenue Newton Centre A -p QQ X 7 I Q. LAsell 7-4657 "Pan it to Pass" P A S S . Tailorr Furrierx Ben Wuhex Expert Tailoring Cold Storage Q Waterproofng Invixible Mending Q Slip Covers Rug: and Draper BANCROFT CAP co. Curtain: Tire: 5 We Call and Deliver JOSEPH J. PASS 560 COMMONWEALTH AVE. NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. 180 FRANKLIN STREET Compliment! of mm. .... -. ! THE READING INSTITUTE PosrAR's FURNITURE If of Boston Antique! XG? An Educational Center for the Improvement of Reading 58 MARKET STREET 'X 687 BOYLSTON STREET BRIGHTON, MASS- I BOSTON 16, MASSACHUSETTS PRIOI.I BROS. AMOCO SERVICE Tire! - Batteriex Accenorie: - Lubrication Specialized Motor Tuneup Tel. LA 7-4368 Road Service OAK VILLAGE NEWTON SHOPPING CENTER Tel. LA 7-9768 LANDRY'S BARBER SHOP NEWTON CENTRE 652 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE NEWTON, MASS. x0N0"0"0fw?'0M0N-0V-?10N0"0'0S7'4.7N0'Q0'10fS01'-0N0S02S020140'-'f701-01'-0v'0K0bl01'0'S-?'016"4X 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6,3 Q0v0410'f'-OV 3 GARDEN CITY BCWLADROME 18 AUTOMATIC ALLEYS Enlarged Soundproofed 19" Completely Modernizecl Certified Bowling Inftructor on P7'67'IZl.f6.f ll OPEN 9:30 A.M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT Leagues Invited 0402 '-01'-02' One of the Mon? 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