Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)

 - Class of 1960

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In these four years, by his open-mindedness, by his willingness to accept and implement new ideas, by his dedication, his ability, and his interest, Mr. Howe has earned the respect and admiration of everyone at Newton High School. We are grateful for his contribution to the new courses, to the House Plan, and to the name of Newton High School and we thank him for these and all the other things he has done for us. But perhaps we can thank him best by saying to him sincerely: We are sorry to see you go, Sir. Mr. A. Raymond Rogers -Asxirtant Principal Q Q,.z' Mr. Eric N. Dennard Superintendent of Schoolf xADluSYNYm Aw 'J Row 1: Mr. Satlak. Row 2: Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Hall. E Miss Margaret South Senior Clan Adviser Mr. Spencer C. MacDonald junior Clan Adviser C ASS A VISER as-...x X ,., A Mr. A. Donn Kesselheim Miss Gertrude C. Creedon Bealx Home Barry Home gp--'M h Miss Rachel johnson Mr. Harold M.'Hawkes Riley Home Palmer Home JW Mr. Carl L. Swan Mr. Francis J. Foster Bacon Home Adam: Home HCUSE MASTER X f FACULTY DEPART TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Ron' I: Mr. Penta, Mr. Murray, Mr. Hale, Mr Toscano, Mr. Cionti. Row 2: Mr. Burnside, Mr Gardner, Mr. Johnstone, Mr. Switzer, Mr. Rep pucci, Mr. Benson. Row 3: Mr. I-loule, Mr. Brouil- lette, Mr. Somerville, Mr. Penta, Mr. DiPoli, Mr. Hingston, Mr. Brawn, Mr. Gilmore. SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Row 1.' Mr. Ferguson, Miss Kalivas, Miss Wormser, Mr. Henderson, Miss South, Mr. Rob- inson, Miss Stein. Row 2: Mr. Martin, Mr. Holman, Mr. Sherman, Mr. Card, Miss Hazard, Mr. Willard. Row 3: Miss Freytag, Mr. Fractman, Mr. Lerner, Mr. MacDonald, Mr. Suther- land. Row 4: Mr. Colton, Mr. Galagher, Mrs. Holmes. BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT Mr. O'Connel1, Mr. Poskitt, Mr. Gatley, Mr. Smith, Mr. Ronayne. siil QQ MEN S ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Row 1: Miss Lee, Miss Ryan, Mrs. Perry, Mrs. Bertmaln, Miss Lanigan, Mr. Rinker, Miss Leathers Miss McQuade, Miss Malheiros. Row 2.' Mrs. Ehrmann, Mrs. Whirry Miss Smith Miss Sanguin etri, Mrs. Levine, Miss Freimarck, Mrs. Goldberg, Miss Gianferanre, ,Mrs. Goldstein, Miss Allen, Mrs. WoHord, Miss Ellis, Miss Axelrod. Row 3: Mr. Nye Mr Walker Mr Sobol Mr Harrer, Mr. Harris, Mr. Boyle, Mr. Bissex, Mr. Gordon, Mr. Eleishman, 'Mr. MacLeod, Mr. Papa, 'Mr. Lee r SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Row 1: Miss Sullivan, Miss Richmond Mrs. Bailey, Dr. Navez, Mrs. Meikka Mrs. McKee. Row 2.' Mr. Belanger, Mr Goldman, Mr. Rist, Mr. Silluzio, Mr Gordon, Mr. Bodman, Mr. Lent, Mr Verdun, Mr. Weller. GUHJANCE DEPARTMENT Row I: Miss Matthews Mrs Huss Miss Finnert Mr Mir h ll M L , , - , y, . c e , rs. eClair. Row 2.' Mr. Hoogheem, Mr. Stark, Miss Maclnrvre. Mr, Tama.-H M. r1--:---- P 'I s ART DEPARTMENT Mr. Nelson, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Schultz . rv. X 9' X A fi fn. HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Ambuhl LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Row I: Miss Pohmursky, Mrs. Spector, Madame Neufeld, Miss Waters, Mr. Ethier, Mademoiselle Baroudjian, Miss Jewett, Miss Titcomb. Row 2: Miss Cox, Mr. Markey, Mr. Gaudet, Mr. Elliot, Mr. Packard, Mr. Cornell, Mr. Little, Mr. Davis, Mr. Bresnehan, Mrs. Hogan. 4 K BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Seated. Front: Mr. Steinhope. Back Row: Mr. Neilson, Miss Folley, Miss Twiss, Mr. Gradone, Miss Sartori, Mr. Avritch, Miss Sweeney, Mr. Wells, Mr. Rossi, Miss Alteri, Mr. Mitchell. I I INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT M. Ricciuti, Mr. Chase ia LIBRARY DEPARTMENT GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION Row I.' Mrs. Turnbull, Miss Sanbar. Row 2: DEPARTMENT Mrs- EFSMUC, MIS- MCKCUUCY- Row I.' Mrs. Michel, Mrs. -FitzGerald, Miss Fra- zier, Mrs. Rogers. Row 2: Miss Breivogel, Miss Collins, Mrs. Flink, Miss Hall. Q . 4 ss sf P I if MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT MUSIC DEPARTMENT Row I: Miss Dohanian, Miss Tenor, Mrs. Allen, Mr. Ferguson, Miss Crehan, Mrs. Ford, Row I.' Mr. Godfrey, Miss Seaver. Row 2: Mr. Miss Kharas. Row 2: Mr. Jacobson, Mr. johnson, Mr. Giroux, Mr. Bailey, Mr. Merrill, Remley, Mr. Lasker, Mr. March. Mr. Bowman. Row 3: Mr. Peterson, Mr. Stevens, Mr. Shapiro. 13 Ring Qrtbur nights w..lM, W w.fQgsLcns, in ' an Qin, 6'tnan . . . ZButsar's business, nnlp! 14 """"'ltr ' wh - gfkf, aw, 1 f' gl 3 . ' 0-.. is P. L, , uf the uunh illiahle fpuu want, tnuman? we all Iohe puetrp, i ww Nm wwmm W " K Ninn:-M-,.X.NxN wwf has .lS,..Q.f ,..ww.,,, .K ,M ,gf-v. S A, 1 Gaming suutb with the lout. Get' me tu the rburrb on V ' time." ac Q 1 miqgz 1 Ahyh " ,552 'E TIGERS FAVURIED IN NEWTUN - WI-lLll1llIVI EKIIJ , on Je -- - Irnog-2117111 mg is , eg' -" 4- vqffylaboyw sewn asolwmi so J' C1455 inofd' mm Wand Danilo Maki, n10f OAS A Gulsel' Sch 001 ? t Se se Lf" l Q . J y 1- ' h , H lm? i'ueLd:Ili2r.B Xkvs U QSO Gigi? adkgeyeesssgitsgga Mlf ag stude:-' nw . dreadful .t b'! entaw P I A ure. 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J X -""'355f Ear Hume---.. - e our school, she ditierenr e...,,,,5H S DN-.lf PNW?'.lQ0tumQ-8l2wnHoJl:Lu2?:-YE:-Ik r I r. Q 1 7 nh 'L e ,X eg: ,x"1 F 0 Doardxis tlsflngelowlnut tgggf an effegLiSiE"f- .e te S ' .5 .mf .s....-A f-12' ' "We A XXX e PMN' .-s'x9.. -32 . nz.-- I xmclm 'TOWUIC 'ZZ'i""',,1'l?i',.1?".-Lawn, .,.., now, 4 5 ,LA5H3553'af1Y5FTW M ffffeffg MW Xn5e .g,'Ye" if , 9' X69 f 02 0 Wf f" 'X V! ZX K wg Mlyfif 421, wifm f 'fblfffpi' Qwwmykeff V ff? M M! ' mfwMw w4 KV ? A li x ' f' A E N 1 1- S -P H e M ' 'mfl U - I nricm. iii A ' ' h ' entire room., K : Q 01" These past weeks, . Sq D g U te F A Q P - JANE IRENE ABRAHAMS 32 Druid Hill Rd., Newton Highlands Janie Suppressed Desire: The installation of a girl's room and water bubbler on the fourth floor of Building 1. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My trip to Connecticut. Beals: Il: Meadowbrook: College Home Room Manager 1: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 2: Newtonian 1, 2: Dance Commit- tee 3: Cavalry Club 1, 2, 3: Out- ing Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 33 Ofhce 1, 2. J O-ANN ABRAHAMS 333 Country Club Rd., Newton Centre Jo Suppressed Desire: Studying for Mr. Henderson's Psychology quiz- zes. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mademoiselle Baroudjian's French class. Riley: I: Meadowbrook: College Drama 1, 2, 3: English 1, 3: French 2, 3: Newtonite Circula- tion Sta5 2. JUDY ANN ABRAHAMS 83 Roundwood Rd., Newton Upper Falls Suppressed Desire: To attend the 25th Harvard Reunion of 1988. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cranston 1958, Merit Scholar 1959, Graduation 1960. Riley: 1: Meadowbrook: Colelge Publications Board 2, 3: Rally Committee 1: Orange Shield 3: International Club 33 Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 1: Rille 1: Tusi- tala 1, 2, 3: Literary Staff 3: A. F. S. Hostess 2: Chess 3.- RICHARD DOUGLAS ABRAMS 65 Ferncroft Rd., Waban Favorite Pastime: Listening to Ac- cents in French L 1, 2. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Baron's Laissez-faire policy. Barry: I: Warren: College Music Board 3: Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3: Intra- mural Sports 1: International Club 3: Music 3: Dance Band. ROBERT MARTIN ABRAMSON I 252 Upland Ave., Newton Highlands Bobby, Bob Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Packard's German Classes. Ambition: To make the world safe for bachelors. Riley: 1: Meadowbrook, College Legislature 2: Newtonian 3: Orange Book 2, 3: Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3: International 1, 2, 3: Rifle I. MARILYN JOAN ACHORN 48 Erie Ave., Newton Highlands Lynne Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My third year French Class. Ambition: To become a nurse and travel abroad. Bason: II: Weeks: College Archery 1, 2, 3: Badminton 2, 3: gnternational Club I: Outing Club . 2. 2 55722558 signa l ' ii-fiiliiiiiffi " : ii , ' " -f. '-: w5:,:ajg'.gf'??' - Dfw il September brings school spirit KENNETH ALLEN ACKMAN - 128 Cynthia Rd., Newton Centre Skinny, Hickman Favorite Pastime: Taking a "Briz". I Will to N. H. S.: The syndicate. Barry: II: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Spring'Musical 3: Drama Festival 2, 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: English Club 2, 3. CHARLES RUSSELL ADALIAN 303 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands The snake, Mc Duff Suppressed Desire: To be able to sit still for 5 minutes. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Last year's senior prom. Barry: II: Northeast Senior High, Fla., College DIANNE MADELINE ADAMS 314 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville Ambition: To become a teacher. Bacon: I: Grant High, Portland, Oregon: College HENRIETTA JOYCE ADELSON 310 Woodward St., Waban Hank, Henry, Honey Suppressed Desire: To find a - for R. C. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cer- tain parties for certain people. Riley: II: Weeks: College Vespers 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers 1, 2, 3: Music 1, 2, 3: Music 1, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1: A, Cappella Choir 2, 3. CAROL MACLAINE ALBAN 352 Cabot St., Newtonville Fondest Memories of N. H. S.: Ola's, a glass of water and a waiter. I Will to N. H. S.: My younger sister - watch out! Riley: I: Day: College Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2: Drama Festival 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 2: Orange Book 33 Tigerama Committee 2: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Drama 1, 2, 3: French 2: Music 2: Outing 2: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Or- chestra 1: A. F. S. Committee 2, 3. HARVEY ALFORD 450 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Turn around Alford." I Prophesize That: The Orange Shield will overthrow the school government. Riley: I: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 3: Chess Club 3. CARYLEE ALLEN 245 Hartmann Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: S block in my sophomore year with Miss White. I Will to N. H. S.: All my un- finished homework assignments. Barry: II: Meadowbrook: College Rally Committee 2, 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: English Club 2: Future Teachers 1, 2, 3: Music Club 3: Outing Club 2, 31 Student Office Secretary 2, 3. JAMES THOMAS ALLOSSO 12 Carter St., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To Graduate! Favorite Pasrime: Eating: Palmer: IV: Our Lady's: Service - KY NIE' 'f 'fi 5454: 'f ffii ff :V c.Qk,-. y J g 1 Eg. .fs-1. f .,,., . , , fa ,, Q So enthuszhsDz'ck if 'Q . gf 05" JAY KENNETH ALPERIN 208 Homer St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To get an "A" in English. Favorite Pasrime: Second guessing Mr. Sutherland. Barry: II: Weeks: College. Stage Crew 3: Tennis 1, 2, 3: In- Cl b ' Chess Club VM MARY SYLVIA AMENDOLA 42 West St., Newton Favorite Pastime: Seeing that Watertown boy. Bacon: IV: Day: Business M' s. o. s. 1. ws X. X K t LU .,... .. .. r M ,R 15395 vm' 3-, Nt 5 HN st X vi, 3 ,tj 2 mek :Reg W if fs .ga X 53.33 Qt 5 as I it A tb -1 'ff1-5sf-....a1ie.3'- asm. ssl. Q. 'mpg ': ' .. 'rr Psi F-:P , i 3: E ' W W If . . K w i - . s gi s j .N RICHARD JOSEPH AMENDOLA 14 Schofield Drive, Newtonville Ricky Favorite Pasrime: Reading a good book. Riley: I: Our Lady's: College Riley House Manager for Intra- mural Sports 3: Physics Club 3: Senior Class Committee: Russian Club 3. STEVEN ERIC ANAPOLLE 41 Clark St., Newton Centre Steve Suppressed Desire: To get the best of Mr. Sutherland in an argument. Ambition: To pass Math I4 and Physics. Barry: I: Weeks: College Legislature 2, 3: Social Board 2: Track, Indoor 1, 3: Debating Club 1: Junior Prom Committee 2. ROBERT ERIC ANDERSON 449 Waltham St., West Newton Andy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Swan giving me indehnite deten- tion. Bacon: IV: Day: College Home Room Manager 2: Ice Hock- ey 1: Intramural Sports 1. WILLIAM GILBERT ANDERSON 152 Stanton Ave., Auburndale Andy Suppressed Desire: To graduate with honors! Ambition: To become a good suc- cessful physician. Bacon: I: Bigelow: College Golf 3: Intramural Sports 3. 1 fx aff-gg may-,H LOUIS FRANCIS ANDREWS 1122 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Louie, Lou Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sophomore Year in 111 with the Class of '59. I Will to N. H. S.: Uncle Frank's Money! I Palmer: II: Meadowbrook: Service National Honor Society 2, 3. AMY LEE ANGOFF 31 Channing Rd., Newton Centre Ams Suppressed Desire: To have New- ton beat Brookline this year!! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: That Wonderful Year in Miss Jewett's class. Bacon: I: Bigelow: College Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Newtonian 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 3: Ushers 2: Tennis 1, 2: French Club 2, 3: Lati Club 1: Music Club 1, 2: Outing Club 1, 2, 33 Arts Festival, Hostess 2. WALTER ANGOFF 25 Bothfeld Rd., Newton Centre Walt Favorite Pastime: Being Conlidant of the Newtonite Staff. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Burning the Mid-Night Oil on Wednesday at Newtonite Make- Up. Bacon: I: Weeks: College Civics Committee 2, 3: Head of Bacon House Civics Committee 3: Home Room Manager 1, 2: Orange Shield 2: Newtonite 1, 2, Manag- ing Editor 3: Debating Club 1, 2, 3: A. F. S. Committee 2, 3. JOHN JAMES ANNICELLI 31 Woodrow Ave., Newtonville Jack, Luck Jack Favorite Pastime: Girls CB.M.j. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Business Review Class. Bacon: IV: Day: Business WELLINGTON FOSTER ANTHONY 100 Christina St., Newton Highlands Toots ' Suppressed Desire: S92 and a one way ticket on the "Old Colony." Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sup- per on the fire escape at 5:15. Barry: I: Meadowbrook: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Vice President 3: Legislature 3: Civics Committee' 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Baseball 2, 3: Basketball 1: Foot- ball 1: Chemistry Club 3: Junior Class Committee 2. ROBERT KENNETH ANTONELLIS 11 Jenson St., Newtonville Bobby, Little Amo Suppressed Desire: If I knew, I would tell you, but I don't, so I can't. Favorite Pastime: Being with Sandy. -ff Bacon: IV: Day: College N 0 Shout, students, shout! 'is JUDITH ARCHER 284 Parker St., Newton Centre Judy, Judy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.f Mr. Packard's German Class. I Will to N. H. S.: My too-small gym suit! Bacon: I, II: Meadowbrook: Col- lege Senior Play 3: Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club l, 3: Outing Club 2, 3. JOANNE ANTOINETTE ARCURI 257 Webster St., Auburndale Jo, Joanie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: S "snack" block in by sophomore year. I Will to N. H. S.: Photographic minds for students. Barry: Il: Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Civ- ics Committee 2, 3: Rally Commit- tee 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: New- tonite 1: Tigerama Committee 1: Leader Corps 3: Ushers 3: French 2, 3: Future Teachers 1, President 2, 3: International Club 2, 3: Mu- sic 1, 2: Outing 1, 2, 3: Senior Class Secretary: Class Committee 1, 2: Rally Committee Executive Board 3: American Field Service: Activities Commission 3. JOSEPH ANTHONY ARCURI . 11 Raymond Place, West Newton Joe Favorite Pastime: My special Eng- lish Classes with Miss Mancini. I' Will to N. H. S.: My little brother Uimmyj. Riley: III: Catanzaro: Business Basketball 3: English 3. MEDELINE C. ARDUINO 28 Mountfort Rd., Newton Highlands Nena Suppressed Desire: To be Mrs. D'lnnocenzo. Favorite Pastime: Dickie. Adams: Il: Weeks: College Home Room Manager I: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1: Rally 2, 3: Newtonian 1, 2: Tigerama Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 1: Art 1, 2: Home Eco- nomics 1, 2. 3. MERRY MARILYN ARNOLD 20 Kewadin Rd., Waban Hey, You! Suppressed Desire: To do what I want, instead of what I should! Favorite Pastime: All those walkie talkie conversations. Bacon5 I5 Weeks5 College Legislature 25 Civics Committee 2, 35 Senior Play 3: Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 35 Newtonian 2, 35 Tigerama Committee 35 Dance Committee 25 Ushers 35 French Club I, 2, 35 Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 35 Library Club 25 Music Club 2, 35 Outing Club 15 S. O. S. 2, 35 Arts Festival, Hostess Com- mittee 2. ELIZABETH MARGARET ARONIE 54 Orchard Ave., West Newton Liz Suppressed Desire: To come back in five years and visit Mrs. Gold- berg. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Working in the Building II ofHce5 Mr. Pac ard's Spanish Class. Riley5 II5 J. E. Burke5 College 'Tigerama Committee 25 Junior Red Cross Council 35 Stage Crew 35 Archery 2, 35 Bowling 25 Mus- ic Club 35 S. O. S. 2, 35 Theatrical Make-Up Workshop 3. JANET ISRAELA ARONOW 5 Neal St., Newton Lower Falls Jan Favorite Pastiz-tc: Riding around in a certain car. I Prophecize That: In 50 years Newton High will have waitresses in the cafeteria. Beals I-Iouse5 II5 Bigelow5 College International 15 Library 15 Music 1, 2, 35 Drama 15 S. O. S. 2. COSTANTINO ARPINO 45 Elm St., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To see the Technical and High School as one. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The time I lit a cherry bomb in the tunnels when a teacher was stand- ing behind me. IIIB5 Warren5 Business Administrative Aids 1, 2, 35 Or- ange Shield 3. Such grace! PETER NORTH ATWOOD 2 Williston Rd., Auburndale Louie, Ernie Favorite Pastime: Working on the '41 coupe. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Eat- ing S bloclc and study lunches. Riley5 II5 Warren5 College Legislature 15 Homeroom Manager 15 Science Fair 15 Dance Committee 25 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. CHARLES EVANS AUCOIN 92 Cherry St., West Newton Charlie, Chas Suppressed Desire: To remodel the school and rearrange its pro- gram. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sophomore math classes with A. H. Bailey. Beals5 I5 Day5 College ' Orange Shield 35 Dance Commit- tee 1, 2, 35 Track, Outdoor 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Latin 2, 35 House Manager 35 Arts Festi- val Committee 25 Senior Class Committee. OTTO WILLIAM RANDOLPH AUFRANC 18 Fairfield St., Newtonville Favorite Pastime: Fishing. ' Ambition: Undecided at present. Riley5 I5 Day5 College Science Fair 15 Badminton 1, 25 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Rifle 1, 25 Spanish 3. DORIS TOBY AXELROD 27 Wesley St., Newton Ducky, D.T. Suppressed Desire: To know Mr. J. Harris. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The wonderful hours with Dr. Peltier. Bacon5 I5 Bigelow5 College National Honor Society 2, 35 Leg- islature 15 Civics Committee 25 Drama Festival 1, 25 Rally Com- mittee 1, 25 Newtonian 2, 35 Ves- pers 1, 2, 35 Alpha Gamma Tau 35 Debating Club. 15 Drama Club 25 International Club 2, 3, Treasurer 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3, Assistant Coordinator 15 A. F. S. Committee 2, 35 Literary Magazine 35 Arts Festival 25 Social Committee Chair- man, Bacon House 3. BARBARA ELIZABETH AXT 204 Pleasant St., Newton Centre Barbi Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Football games5 Band practice at 7:30 a.m.5 Majorettes. I Will to N. H. S.: One slightly used baton. Bacon5 I5 Weeks5 College Rally Committee 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Out- ing Club 25 Drum Majorette 2, Head 35 Band Exchange to Bangor, Maine 2. CLAIRE GERALDINE BACCARI 57 Allison St., Nonantum Little Buckery - Clay Suppressed Desire: To keep out of trouble so my father will let me have the car. Favorite Pastime: Horsing around with the kids at work. - radio. Bacon5 IV5 Day5 Business , Rally Committee 25 Oilice Worker JOHN ANDREW BADARACCO 69 Walker St., Newtonville Favorite Pastime: Giving exercise to P.W. :alias D.B.J. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: In the boys room, waiting for a teach- er to walk in. Riley: IV: Day: Service ROBERT BRIAN BADEN 16 jackson Terrace, Newtonville Bob, Bobby Suppressed Desire: To give park- ing tickets to every faculty car on Walnut St, Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: D- Lunch at 1:11. Bacon: I: Bigelow: College Newtonian 3: Football 1: Ice Hockey 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1: Class Committee 2: Russian Club 3: Legislature 3: Social Board 3: Alpha Gamma Tau 3: Vice Presi- dent Bacon House Council 3: Ring Committee 2. PATRICIA MARIE BAGLEY 37 Kenneth St., Newton Highlands Pat Favorite Pastime: Talking on the phone. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Fischer's English Class with Nanc. Bacon: II: Meadowbrook: College Rally Committee 3: French Club 3: Future Teachers Club 3: Out- ing Club 3: Girls Chorus 3: Class Committee 2. RICHARD JOHN BAGLEY, JR. 36 Adams Ave., West Newton Dick Suppressed Desire: To stay in bed and have a teacher wait on me. I Will to N. H. S.: All the chewed up gum in my desk in 317. Bacon: IV: Warren: Business MARCIA BAILEY 22 Fair Oaks Ave., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To pour a pit- cher of water down the mail chute. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My sophomore year with "Green Pas- tures." Barry: I: Day: College Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2: Drama Festival 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee l, 2, 3: Stage Crew 2: Basketball 2: Softball 2: Cavalry Club 1, Secretary 2, President 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 3: Tigerama 2: Arts Festival 2. BRENDA ELLEN BAKER 41 Fellsmere Rd., Newton Centre Lampshade Favorite Pastime: Playing bridge with B.C., S.G., C.F., and ALL the others. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Babbaducci??? Bacon: I: Bigelow: College Spring Musical 2: Newtonian 3: Vespers 1, 2: Leader Corps 2: Drama Club 2: French Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1: Girls Chorus 1, 2. N -5 . fi ., 3 if . .. ,L V, 'V is " "' 142: gins- I4 vw 'lx .wi :pk 'gg f ,,,,. ,315 . : ,. .,,. 1- -1 .. .wh Q, 'ibm - ' . Q A ..: .AQ - Nu: ,,.. Sob story GARY KENNETH BAKER 11 Seton Hill Rd., Auburndale Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The gym teachers. I Will to N. H. S.: My gym ex- cuses of three years. Bacon: I: Warren: College Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. NANCY LORRAINE BALBONI 30 Lindbergh Ave, West Newton Suppressed Desire: To someday be a someone. , Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those friendly "Hi's" while pas- sing. Adams: 1: Warren: College Civics Committee 2: Home Room Manager 2, 3: Rally 3: Ushers 2: Orange Shield 2: Cavalry 2: Out- ing 3: Caduceans 2, 3: S. O. S. 1, 2. KAREN ELSIE BA LKUS 34 Mechanic St., Newton Upper Falls Suppressed Desire: To be a nurse. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Blushing in Mr. Stephen's math class. Bacon: I: Emerson: College Senior Play 3: Stage Crew 3: Ten- nis 2: Music Club 3: Outing Club 2: Bowling 2, 3: Girls Chorus 3. ROWENA P. BALOS 119 Park St., Newton Wenny, Goo Suppressed Desire: To be a mem- ber of the Drama Festivals all New England Cast. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being an "angeI." Bacon: I: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 3: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2: Leader Corps 2: Dra- ma Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Arts Festival 2: International Club 3. ARP Seat 'WVU'-eh I GAIL DEE BARCLAY 21 Pleasant St,, West Newton I Will to N. H. S.: Life Preservers for the tunnels. I Prophecize That: There will never be another Senior Class like this one! Bacon: II: Day: College Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Cavalry 1, 2. KENNETH LOUIS BARNETT 92 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill Ken, Kenny Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Goldman's chemistry class. I Will to N. H. S.: Elevators to go with all the ELEVATOR tickets. Adams: Il: Mary E. Curley: College Ice Hockey 3: Intramural Sports 2: Class Committee 2. MICHELLE AUDREY BARON 69 Conna Rd., Newton Centre Shelly, Shorty Suppressed Desire: To have the phone ring at 7:00 P.M. again. Favorite Pastime: Writing letters to H.R. at Rider. Riley: Il: Meadowbrook: College Rally Committee 1, 2: Tigerama Committee 1: junior Red Cross Council 1, 2: Music Club 3: Arts Festival 2. CAROLYN ANNE BARRETTE 285 Franklin St., Newton Corner Suppressed Desire: To have a full day of studies. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. O'Donnell's math class. Barry: I: Bigelow: College Senior Play 3: Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club 1, 2: Outing Club 3. , 'A ' 'z-Isfiiiiftf. , .:,. .. R f vw 'U' . Q eng m I 3 . . . arf ' 1 U- 'Q Q r aaa . .1.QT?1fZ1Q12: eggs 1, - w::+,.:t."f1.if,.4': Q 1-q:.1.e.SQi,yf we t wiladv eg ,Q -- A it A : . .s.f .tt ww XOSS NIEHS: Q 'RN QT ISV ' 'S-'fi X4-5QXr13'il.'3l.is?9'w.' Ef'fY7 -- ' 1,9 1 F 1' JON MICHAEL BARRON 25 Dudley Rd., Newton Centre "JB," Suppressed Desire: To sing on the Ed Sullivan Show. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Math in "E.G.'s" Room with Danny and the boys. Riley: I: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 3: Orange Shield 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Debating Club 1: Drama Club 3: International Club 1. PAUL SPELLMAN BARRY 24 Newland Sr., Auburndale Rugga Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The days I was not there. Ambition: To be a success. Barry: II: Warren: College Legislature 2: Home Room Man- ager 1: Orange Shield 3: Aviation 2: Latin 1, 2. PHILIP MICHAEL BARRY 211 Highland Ave., Newtonville Phil Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "My Favorite Aunt." I Will to N, H. S.: A winning ten- nis team for Mr. Poskitt. Riley: II: Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Leg- islature 2, 3: Finance Board 2: Ac- tivities Board 1, 2, Chairman 3: Drama Festival 2: Orange Shield 2, Tennis 1, 2, 3: International 1, 2, ident 3: AFS Committee Chairman 3: Student Representa- ti e t PTSA 3. ANGELA CAROL BARTBERGER 518 California St., Newtonville Carol, Bartie uppressed Desire: To travel ound the world. ndest Memory of N. H. S.: My ni r year. on: II: Day: College gislarure 1, 2: Homeroom Man- ger 1, 2: Rally Committee 2: l'Newtonite 3: Science Fair 2: Cam- ra 1, 2, Vice President 3: S. O. S. JOANNE MARIE BARTON 671 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls Jo, Tiny Suppressed Desire: To be 3 inches taller so I won't be at peoples el- bows. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Lunches with Cuddles. Beals House: II: Warren: College S. O. S. NANCY QUINT BAYARD 94 Ridge Ave., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To impress the expressing of a suppressed desire. Favorite Pastime: Sleeping on wed- ding cake. Barry: 1: Weeks: College Rally Committee 3: Tigerama Committee 1: Intramural Sports 2, 3: English 3: French Club 2: Latin Club 1: Music Club 1, 2: Orchestra 2, 3: Arts Festival 2. -R X v.. ' Q. 7, , . V s it I 'tex ww. ,A ""W91n- ' e M---C W, , :Q rl I 'ls - if HOWARD RICHARD BEAL 330 Central St., Auburndale ufijxli Favorite Pastime: Dropping chest- nuts on the lockers in the Building II stairwells. Af' , I N I Will to N. H. S.: Pep pills fo those climbing to the upper floo f of Building I. Bacon: I: Warren: College iw if if BARRY STUART BEAN 1735 Beacon St., Waban I Will to N. H. S.: A sheltered and heated corner on Walnut St. Ambition: To build a tunnel be- tween the top floors. Riley: I: Warren: College Civics Committee 3: Home Room Manager 2, 3: Baseball 1: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3: Cavalry Club 2: Chemistry Club 3: :Science Club 3. ROBERT RENE BEAUREGARD 66 Pleasant St., West Newton Bob Favorite Pastime: Being with Kathy. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Hop- ping the fence at the football games. Barry: I: Bigelow: College Legislature 1: Orange Shield 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: French 2, 3. JACK LEVON BEDIGIAN 85 Mauntvermon St., Newtonville I Will to N. H. S.: All the home- work I didn't do. I Prophecize That: When I am fifty I'll still be working on my first million. III T Auto: Day: Business Basketball 2: Administrative Aids. ROBERT ALLEN BEEM 315 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Beemy Favorite Pastime: Thinking up ex- cuses for not finishing homework. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The teachers who accepted the excuses. Bacon: I: Meadowbrook: College MARTHA JOAN BEGGS 118 Windermere Rd., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To see all 25 happy all at the same time! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: SQUISHING 25 and J.Y. with 1.12. Bacon: II: Warren: College Girls' Athletic Board 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Chairman 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Dance Committee 2: Ushers 1, 2, 3: Volley Ball 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1: Out- ing Club 1, 2, 3: Fencing 1: S. O. S. 2: Tigerama Hostess 1. lv v 1- -e" CHARLES 5' LANTONI 1 . Mill Brook Pkw . ewton Centre i X 5 Supp ssed K- :I - b ome Fo dest Memor - " . .: G tley's gym f ass, Juni Yea B con' II' adow roo Ser me Room nage 1' ntra- m ral Sport 1 2 3. MARIE ROSE BELLOFATTO 63 ' , U ell N. 5 so body im t. 0 S Mr , s Y Ce . fl' 4 .ffl . is ... 41" ,J n , ,, . .st 4 '. S X . Q31 .egg ...fn 53 West St., Newtonville 3 Favorite Pastime: Riding in Kar- 'Ipit A en's white convertible. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day the beatnik was in our cafe- teria. -Q4.-. ,f Palmer' IV' A7 Ks. ,,,r,. Y ' u 43? L.- Home ,Room final . ' Committee 2 , 'iw' M is Cavalry Clubf " 3' I 011' 'pi-tl B+ "N sr, n GERALD HERBERT BENDER 24 Helene Rd., Waban Gerry Suppressed Desire: To sleep during lst period. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The substitutes in Mr. Packard's Class. Bacon: I: Warren: College Home Room Manager 1: Intra- mural Sports I, 2, 3: Chemistry Club 2: International Club 1, 2: Science Club 1. JACK WILLIAM BENJAMIN 84 Parker Ave., Newton Highlands J.B., Benje Suppressed Desire: Either "to be- come a Millionaire," or "to marry a Rich Dame!" I Will to N. H. S.: Someone as GREAT as me! Bacon: I: Meadowbrook: College Legislature 1, 2: Home Room Man- ager 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: French Club I, 2, 3: Internation- al Club 1, 2: Latin Club I: Class Committee 1: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3. 14 Suspen ,HY uf! r 4 173 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Mal avorite Pastime: Writing letters to someone special! Fo dest Memory of N. H. S.: Hoot of Building I - 1444 n House Plan. l 1i4B, Weeks: Business ' K9 ELTON MATTHEW BERKE MARILYN JOAN BERCUME 39 Salisbury Rd., Newton Bill Favorite Pastime: Women, cars. I Will to N. H. S.: My sister, Sharon. Barry: II: Bigelow: College Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 3: Ushers 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1: Future Teachers 33 Rifle 1, 2. PAMELA SPRING - BERGMARK Of? GU R 119 Hancock St., Auburndale 'J 11 B Um Pam, Berg Suppressed Desire: To go back to Istanbul, Turkey. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sen- ior Yee ' ' Bacon House. Baca' ' ng College Ra" Z, 3: Vespers 2, 3: 3 International C I, 2, 3. ..i.nOT BERK f-i c ountry Club Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To return to Mrs. Lee with my Nobel Prize in Literature. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: May- hem Incorporated. Bacon: I: Meadowbrook: College Civics Committee I: Newtonian 1: Newtonite 1: Tigerama Commit- tee 1: Intramural Sports 2: Camera Club 1: Debating Club L, French Club 3: Music Club 3: Class Com- mittee Zg Chess Club, Secretary: Chess Team: House Student Coun- cil President 3. RICHARD HARVEY BERK 58 Greenlawn Ave., Newton Centre Dick, Rich, Rick Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sub- stitutes, especially Mrs. Roser! Bacon: lg Weeks: College Legislature 1, 2, Home Room Man- ager 11 Dance Committee 2: Sci- ence Fair 1: Baseball 3, Basket- ball 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Aviation 31 Cavalry Club 3: Eng- lish Club 2: French Club 3: Rifle Club 2: Chess Club 2. If I F st Memory rinU.S.asanA srudenw Ambit'on: To on: I urkey Intergi Exchange 3. BARRY STEWART BERMAN 26 Barbara Rd., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To find a park- ing space after 7:30 A.M. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The tunnels on a rainy day. Barry: II: Warren: College Stage Crew lg Ushers 1: Badmin- ton 2: Volley Ball 1. DANIEL MONTZINGO BERMAN 53 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill Danny, Dan Suppressed Desire: All my desires are expressed! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Hall's ethics. Bacon: I: Bigelow: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Home Room Manager 2: Spring M rstcal 2, 3: Newtonian 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1: International Club 2: Music Club 2: Boys Chorus 1: Ves- pers 2, 3. LEONARD STANLEY BERMAN 575 Chestnut St., Waban Lenny Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Chemistry in 233. Riley: I: Warren: College Newtonite 2, 3: Science Fair 3: Alpha Gamma Tau I: Chess Club 1, Z, 35 Chess Team 2, 3. WAYNE M. BERMAN 20 Woodlawn Dr., Chestnut Hill Suppressed Desire: To have escala- tors in all the buildings. I Will to N. H. S.: My title as a professional talker. Barry: I: Bigelow: College Science Fair 1: International I, 2, 3: Latin 1, 2, 3: Rifle 1, 2, 3: Chess 1, 2, 3. idk 'S BEVERLY ANITA BERNHARDT 44 Byfield Rd., Waban Bev -Suppressed Desire: To redecorate the cafeteria in early Japanese! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: A.M., Iota Phi, 'n' Sue. Bacon: I: Warren: College Senior Play 3: Newronite 2: Jun- ior Red Cross Council 1, 2: Fenc- ing 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Library Club 1, 2: Music Club 2, 3: Span- ish Club 2, 3: S. O. S. 1, 3: As- gembly Committee, Bacon House NEAL L. BERNSON 70 Longfellow Rd., Newton Lower Falls Swiss Suppressed Desire: Scallop the commons room in candy apple. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My gay old times with Rona. Bacon: I: Warren: College PETER H. BIGELOW 49 Seminary Ave., Auburndale Pete Suppressed Desire: To have classes where attendance isn't taken. Favorite Pastime: Driving around Lasell in my Chev. convertible. Beals: I: Warren: College Intramural Sports 1, 3: Meteor- ology 1: Rifle 2: A Cappella Choir 2, 3. MARTHA MAE BILEZIKIAN 474 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To pull a beat- nik's beard. ' Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "The Spanish Cow" - "Ronnie!" Barry: I: Day: College Legislature 2: Civics Committee 2: Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Drama Festival 1, 2, 3: Girls' Athletic Board 2: Rally Committee 1, 2: Music Board 2: Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 2: Science Fair 1: Future Teachers 3: Music 1, 2, 3: Fencing. She-men JOHN W. BEVINS 107 Truman Rd., Newton Centre jackie Suppressed Desire: Being with you know who. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior Year. Bacon: 11: Meadowbrook: College Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 2, 3: Science Fair 2: Motion Picture Squad 2: Football 1, 2: French Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 2, 3. CONSTANTINA ANN BIBBO 60 Indiana Terr., Newton Upper Falls Connie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My sophomore and senior year. I Will to N. H. S.: The afternoon of November 8, 1959. IV: Meadowbrook: Business Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2: Leader Corps 1: Dance Committee 2: Basketball 1, 2: Tennis 2: Field Hockey 2: Arch- ery 2: Softball 1: English 2: Home Economics Club 3: Outing Club 3. SUSAN M. BILLINGS 60 Fisher Ave., Newton Highlands Sue Favorite Pastime: "ScofHng Knee- land." Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Squishing "25." Bacon: II: Weeks: Colleg Rally Committee 1, 2, 3- 1, 2: Outing Club 2, Upper Archery N! CYNTHIA ANN BISHOP 1830 Beacon St., Waban Cindy Favorite Pastime: Ken. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The crowded cafeteria. Riley: 1: Warren: College Legislature 1: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Newtonite 1: Tigemma 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 1: Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: English 1: Music 1, 2, 3. NANCY RUTH BLACHER 6 Leonard Ave., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: Never to be depressed. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Davis' Spanish class and H. A. R. Riley: I: Waren: College Homeroom Manager 1: Spring Mu- sical 2: Orange Shield 3: New- tonian 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Ush- ers 1: Cavalry 1: Orchesis 1, 2, 5: Office Worker 1, 2, 3: Dance Board 3: Arts Festival 2. Summit meetzhg SAMUEL LOUIS BLACK 27 Lodge Rd., West Newton Sam Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Lis- tening to Miss South "talk" in problems. I Prophecize That: Newton High will survive another 100 years. Bacon: I: Day: College Legislature 1: Newtonite 3: Orange Book 2, Business Manager: Intra- mural Sports 2, 3: Debating Club 2: International Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Bacon House Assembly Committee 3. STEVEN BARRY BLACK 53 Wendell Rd., Newton Centre Steve Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Es- cape at 2:45. I Will to N. H. S.: Enough I.B.M. machines to replace the students. Bacon: I: Meadowbrook: College Rifle Club 2, 3. PAUL CHARLES BLAIR 31 Sewall St., West Newton Butch Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The big crowds at the basketball games. Ambition: To be successful. Barry: II: Warren: College Basketball 1, 2, 3: President of Barry House Council 3. PATRICIA BLAKE 47 Paul St., Newton Centre Pat, Patsy Suppressed Desire: To be able to talk as much as Barbara F. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The football games. Bacon: Il: Weeks: College ROBERT DANA 'BLAKE 38 Barnstable Rd., West Newton Bob Suppressed Desire: To be part of a GOOD N. H. S. Marching Band. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Get- ting up at 7:15 for the 7:30 Band rehearsals. Bacon: I: Warren: College Tennis 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 2, 3: March- ing Band 1, 2, 3: Dance Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 3: Band Treas- urer 3: Ski Club 1. EDWARD PETER BLINN 15 Oakmont Rd., Newton Centre Eddie Favorite Pastime: Borrowing "Ralph's" equipment. Bacon: II: Weeks: College Baseball 2, 3: Golf 3: Ice Hockey 1, 2, 35 Rifle Club 1, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Outdoor Track 3: Home Room Manager 1. SUSAN BLODGETT 153 Melrose St., Auburndale Sue Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Last periods off. I Will to N. H. S.: Mr. Cornell's orange and black bow-tie. Bacon: II: Warren: College Civics Committee 3: Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: Leader Corps 1, 3: Basketball 2: Outing Club 1, 2: Modern Dance 1, 3: Try-Hi-Y 1, 2. CAROL LOIS BLOOM 228 Woodcliff Rd., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire? That someday someone will say, "Carol please eat. You're too thin." Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: New Year's Eve '59 with Steve: eating breakfast in the car at 7:00 a.m.!! Barry: I: Meadowbrook: College Rally Committee 1, 2: Newtonite 2: Junior Red Cross Council 2, 3: English 3: Music 3: Library as- sistant 2: Student Office Worker 3. SUSAN CAROLE BLUESTEIN 21 Myerson Lane, Oak Hill Suppressed Desire: To make sure Mr. Sutherland knows why the have have nots, haven't got what the have haves, have. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Carole K. and keeping her Pontiac clean. Barry: II: Meadowbrook: College Rally Committee 1: Newtonian 2: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Music 1, 2, 3. A. JOHN BOLAND 74 Eddy St., West Newton Jack Suppressed Desire: To see 15 Centers served in the cafeteria. IIIA: Day: College Civics Committee 3: Boys' Athletic Board 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Foot- ball 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. 27 ELLEN ANN BONNER 19 Pulsifer St., Newtonville El, Little One Favorite Pastime: Lookin' and Droolin' with Roberta. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day I got pushed into the 1959 graduation practice and Senior Night with Bruce and Bob's cob. Bacon, II, Brookline High, College Civics Committee 3, Senior Play 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Newton- ite 2, Tigerama Committee 3, Junior Red Cross Council 2, 3, Ushers 2, 3, Tennis 2, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Or- chesis 1, Outing Club 1, 2, Fencing 1, Sophomore Girl's Chorus 1, Junior Prom Decorations. ROBERTA PAULA BOOKS 59 Fellsmere Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To see Mrs. Allen get her long sought coHee- pot. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Verdun's chemistry class. Bacon, I, Bigelow, College Drama Festival 2, Newtonian 3, Alpha Gamma Tau 1, 2, 3, Russian Club 3. JOANNE ELIZABETH BORDEN 94 Day St., Aubutndale Jo Suppressed Desire: Another week- end like that one. Favorite Pastime: Lightly 2ing it. Barry, I, Warren, College Senior Play 3 5 Drama Festival 1, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, junior Red Cross Council 2, Archery 1, 2, 3, lgiusic 1, 2, 3, Outing 3, Spanish CHERYL M. BORNSTEIN 14 Kewadin Rd., Waban Cherie Suppressed Desire: To finish what I set out to do. Favorite Pastime: All those walkie- talkie conversations. Bacon, I, Weeks, College Civics Committee 2, 33 Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, Newtonite 3, Drama 2, 3, English 1, French 3, Music 1, 2, 3, Orchesis 1, 3. HOWARD PETER BORNSTEIN 822 Walnut St., Newton Centre Howie Suppressed Desire: To break 100 at golf. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Willards study in Junior year. Bacon, II, Weeks, College Track, Outdoor 1, 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. JONATHAN CHARLES BOROFSKY 146 Greenwood St., Oak Hill jon Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Sanborns speech in Gym. I Will to N. H. S.: 10 more I.B.M. machines - so they may correct the mistakes of the first one! Bacon, I, Meadowbrook, College Newtonian 2, 3, Stage Crew 2, 3, Ice Hockey 2, 3, Art 1, 2, 33 Out- door Track 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Rifle 2. 53315. .s -, ,E Sssssssssssssssf iff 3 S X Q ,,,,,,, ' I x VB" O5 ,XD M 2 i ' fx 7,-',..' 2, A if sg ry mf.-ff 4. xt, G ,, '-3:2 "' . ' " X p M Q .f ,Qi . ,Q-,.p- a, Q 'ie ' , . H .V 'lay -. x A ' ' . 5 ,. -M M '.., f. rx . , ci M Ig if' ' .. . Na lf 3' "Y X., 'V . '. . J X c A .,,, , . nf gwxif K, it xfe A D Lani DAGMAR BOTHWELL 74 Putnam St., West Newton Dag Suppressed Desire: To be more than a number. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Stephens Cwith a phlb I, Berkeley High School, Berkeley, Calif., College Physics Club 3, Math Club 3, New- tonite 3. HAROLD STEVEN BOTT 496 Parker St., Newton Centre Harry Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Wells homeroom 219 Xl. I Will to N. H. S.: More park- ing spaces on Walnut Street. Adams, II, Meadowbrook, College Meterology 1, 3. WILLIAM KEITH BOUCHER 374 Central St., Aubutndale Bill, Bouch Suppressed Desire: To play profes- sional baseball, to drive my Model T in the Indianapolis 500 race. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The great kids, Tigerama, and Mr. Goldman's Chemistry class. Beals, I, II, Warren, College Legislature 2, Homeroom Manager 2, Boys Athletic Board 3, Orange Shield 2, Newtonian 1, Tigerama Committee 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, Badminton 2, Gym- nastics Club 2, 3. DONALD PAUL BOUDROT 381 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Don Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Gym periods with Joe Schneider. Bacon, II, Warren, College Baseball, Ice Hockey, Intramural Sports. PETER JASON BOUDROT 42 Greenough St., West Newton Frog, Pete Suppressed Desire: To see Dr. in front of my name. Favorite Pastime: The Sandmen. Barry: II: Warren: College Homeroom Manager 3: Orange Shield 2: Motion Picture Squad 1: Track, Outdoor 3: Intramural Sports 1: Music 2: Dance Band 1, 2. NANCY ROSE BOUJICANIAN 943 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Smiley Suppressed Desire: To have school hours from eleven to twelve with an hour for lunch. Favorite Pastime: Waiting for the 2:45 dismissal bell to ring. Riley: II: Watertown High: Col- lege Rally Committee 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3: French Club 33 Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 3: Bowling 2: Girls' Chorus 2, 3. MARCIA MCKIBBON BOYD 12 Wenham Rd., Newton Highlands Martha Suppressed Desire: To meet a Faf- fner! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Weekends and Cheerleading! Bacon: I: Weeks: College Legislature 1: Rally Committee 1: Cheerleaders 2, Head 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Tiger- ama Committee 1, 2: Leader Corps 3: Music Club 1, 2: Orchesis 1: Outing Club 1, 2. NANCY ELLEN BRACKMAN 63 Broken Tree Rd., Newton Centre Nan Suppressed Desire: To hear joe say "Good luck Nanny"!! Favorite Pastime: Being creative with Lin, jess, and Bets. Beals: I: Meadowbrook: College English 3: French 3: Latin 1: Music 1: Student Secretary Building 1: Guidance Ollice Work 3. Spoils of spirit iam :li 1 l-' PHILIP BRADY, JR 60 Park Ave., Needham Heights Phil Suppressed Desire: To have R.K. from Framingham State Teachers College teach the print shop. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mrs. Bowen's English Class. I-T: Boston Trade High: College MARK LEE BRENNER 21 Park Ave., Newton I Will to N. H. S.: A month of no school because of snow. Ambition: To be Healthy, Weal- thy, and Wise. Bacon: I: Bigelow: College Senior Play: Orange Shield: Science Fair 1: International Club 2: Music Club 2: Science Club 1: Chess Club 1: Biology Club 2, 3: American Field Service Committee 2, 3: junior Prom Committee 2. EDWIN AVERY BREWER 19 Fern St., Auburndale Ed, Home I Will to N. H. S.: A tired Pontiac V-8. Ambition: To finish my coupe. Barry: II: Warren: College Intramural Sports 1, 2: Gymnastics Team 1, 2, 3. RAYMOND EDWIN BRIDGE 9 Stetson Way, Waban Ray, Rocky Suppressed Desire: To get back from Caltech in time to graduate. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My senior year. I: Ecole International: California Institute of Technology Football 2: Intramural Sports 2: Alpha Gamma Tau 2: Physics Club 2. H. JUDITH BROCKINGTON 100 Erie Ave., Newton Highlands Sis Suppressed Desire: To get that cer- tain boy. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year in building II. Bacon: II: Weeks: College Homeroom Manager 1: Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3s Vespers 1, 2, 3: Ushers 1, 2: Tennis 1, 2: Archery 2: Bad- minton 1: Home Economics 3: Music 1, 2, 3. ZENA PEARL BRODIE 15 Normandy Rd., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To graduate from Newton High. Barry: II: Warren: Business f ,,,, 1 .Www wff-ffamwss ggi.. Za -va.,' '--'Vx ...jf 1, A f 5' .s S6 : . ,my -- --4 ATI? Q CHARLES ALAN BRONSTEIN 266 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands Chuck Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Rist's chemistry class. Bacon: I: II: Weeks: College Civics Committee 3: Science Fair 1: Music 2, 3: Orchestra 1: Bowl- ing 3: Legislature 2. STEVEN RONALD BRONSTEIN 56 Exeter St., West Newton Bronco Favorite Pastime: The usual. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Sutherland's problems of democ- racy class in 1959-1960. Barry: I: Warren: College Spring Musical 1, 2: Vespers 1, 2: Dance Committee 2: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 3: French 1, 2: International 3: Music 1. FREDERICK ELLIOTT BROOKINGS 43 Union St., Newton Centre Fred Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sophomore year with the humph and the gang in machine. I Will to N. H. S.: My corner of the air shaft and Building II. IT: Weeks: Business BURTON NEAL BROOKS 35 Cloverdale Rd., Newton Highlands Brooksis, Burt Favorite Pastime: Sleeping it 0E during lectures in 1320. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My eleven studies a week. Riley: I: Weeks: College Publications Board 2: Dance Com- mittee 2: International 2, 3: Mete- orology 1. STEVEN WARREN BROSTOFF 56 Indian Ridge Rd., Oak Hill Steve Suppressed Desire: Far beyond any- one's belief. I Will to N. H. S.: My parking space on Commonwealth Ave. Barry: I: Meadowbrook: College Civics Committee 3: Dance Com- mittee 2: Track, Indoor 1, 3: Track, Outdoor 1, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Chemistry 2, Vice President 3: English 2. JOEL HARVEY BROUDY 90 Allen Ave., Waban Favorite Pastime: Draggin' the "Black B." V Bacon: II: Weeks: College Civics Committee 3: Wrestling 3: Baseball 1: Basketball 1, 2: Indoor Track 3: Outdoor Track 3: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3: Rifle Club 1. October brings autumn leaves .,,.. ,... ......,,.,...... . . t- -f -H.. , ,,.t,,g-.5-k.,,-K.-.,, giziiii-,igg':1 li' may -4' gk in . .':, :..' . A -. K .. T: -iq 1 , .S . . . BEVERLY RUTH BROWN 46 Marcellus Drive, Newton Centre Bev Favorite Pastime: Drawing por- traits. Ambition: To become an artist. Adams: I: Amherst High Buffalo, New York: College Art 2, 3: Spanish 2, 3. CLAIRE ELAINE BROWN 12 Janet Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To de-tickle- atize Leslie. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Bodman's spelling lessons. Bacon: I: Weeks: College Newtonite I: Tennis 2: English 3: French 3: International 2: Music 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1, 2, 3: Rifle 3: Literary Magazine 2, 3. JESSICA BROWN 27 Alexander Rd., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Getting together with the "creative four." Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My history class with Mr. Raoucci. Barry: I: Meadowbrook: College Legislature 3: Senior Play 3: Ar- chery 3: French 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers 3: Student Office Secre- tary 2, 3. JUDITH ANN BROWN 126 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands J11dv,Magg Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior and Senior years. I Will to N. H. S.: New clocks for every classroom. Riley: I: Girls: Latin: College Rally Committee 2, 3: Vesoers 2, 3: French Club 31 Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 33 Girls' Chorus 2: Bowling 2. LEONARD BROWN 170 Pine Ridge Rd., Waban Lenny Suppressed Desire: To grow side- burns for the Senior Play. Favorite Pastime: Driving the "HOT" Bug. Beals: II: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Tigerama Decoration Com- mittee 1. JAY WESTON BRYANT 84 Clearwater Rd., Newton Lower Falls Limey Suppressed Desire: To turn on the sprinkler system in Building I. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Axle breaking radiator popping Ford. I: Warren: College Ice Hockey 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2. Orange Shzeld slaves .4 'R' ARTHUR B. BUDDINGTON 494 Ward St., Newton Centre Art Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Stink Bomb. Ambition: To go to California on a motorcycle. Bacon: II: Weeks: College DONALD BURKE 80 Carrol St., Watertown Don I Will to N. H. S.: My gym tea- cher. Ambition: To build a rod. ST Auto: West jr. High: Service BROOKS BURLINGAME 31 jefferson St., Newton Corner Suppressed Desire: To see Mr. Harris End his chicken feed. Favorite Pastime: Working for my uncle: Yes Sir!! Bacon: II: Bigelow: College Football I: junior Red Cross 1. RICHARD MICHAEL BURMAN 29 Salisbury Rd., Newton Richy Favorite Pastime: Football: Modern Progressive Jazz. Adams: I: Boston Latin: College Football 1, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2. PAUL B. BURNS 431 Parker St., Newton Centre Ace Favorite Pastime: Working on and dragging cars. Ambition: To build the world's fastest M mile dragster. Bacon: II: Sacred Heart: Service Legislature 3: Boys' Athletic Board 3: Basketball 2: Football 3: Volley- ball 3: Hunting and Fishing 2, 3: Latin Club 1. ROBERT GARFIELD BURNS 128 Jewett St., Newton Corner Bob Favorite Pastime: Sports and play- ing cards. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Homeroom with Mr. Harris. Bacon: II: Bigelow Intramural Sports 2, 3: Ice Hockey 2: Motion Picture Squad 2. DOROTHY BUTLER , 1977 Beacon St Waban QL Barry: II: Warren: Cdllegglff ' . by I' L . Wgnlflggo Di' A k'1 N11 " J r U l IN X L K bun , f PSI, JJW I if I It L' I ' JL L. x If X : pf lflkflllllb q,f,fL.WllfOQV'yJ 0 H 1 , OP DOROTHY ANNE BUTLQR 1977 Beacon St., Waban Dotty Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Extra - curricular activities of my junior year. Barry: II: IV: Warren: College ' 2 PAUL JAMES BUTLER 724 Watertown St., Newtonville Paul Suppressed Desire: Getting out of last period study in my Senior year. I Will to N. H. S.: The walk to the fourth floor of Building I. Bacon: IV: Day: College Volleyball 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Stage Crew 1. ROY BUTLER ANN BUTTER 7 Burr Rd., Newton Centre FLORA ESTELLE BUTTERFIELD 84 Adella Ave., West Newton Favorite Pastime: Remembering the things I forgot. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Senior year. I: Warren: College Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Vespers 1, 2. 33 Leader Corps 1, 2: Basketball I: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. DAVID FRANCIS CACCAVARO 19 Lawn Ave., Nonantum Dave Favorite Pastime: Watching girls come out of lunch. Riley: IV: Day: Service ' ... .1 ,,.Q, 3 the iAg ' y iig if ree lfe ft .... F ' lt 7 iliai 9 I liilig ll' WALTER CAIRA 41 Fair Oaks Ave., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To be able to park legally on Walnut Street. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Baroudiian's French class. Bacon: II: Day: College '0nesty pays JOHN A. CALLAN- 57 Freeman St., Auburndale Johnny Suppressed Desire: To have my friends stop kidding rne about burnt cheeseburgers. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Playing football for Mr. Malone. Bacon: Il: Warren: College Football 1, 2, 3. SUSAN CLINTON CALLANDER 139 Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville Sue Suppressed Desire: To have things go my way once in a while. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: April 18, 1959. Bacon: I: Warren: College Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonite 1, 3: Ushers 2: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 1, 2: Latin Club 1: Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 2, 3: Civics Committee 33 Homeroom Manager 2. RITA KATHLEEN CAMERON 97 Atwood Ave., Newtonville Tweety Suppressed Desire: To go to an all boy school. Favorite Pastime: Boys, beach oarties, and "Lifeguards." Beals: II: Holy Cross Academy: College Rally Committee 3: Outing 2, 3: Caducean Club 2, 3. JANICE ELAINE CAMPBELL 122 Rand Terrace, Auburndale jan Favorite Pastime: Studying OJ. Ambition: To come back to N. H. S. as a teacher. Bacon: I: Park View jr. High: Cranston, R. I.: College Homeroom Manager 3: Vespers 2, 3: Future Teachers 3: Student Of- Hce Secretary 1, 2: Arts Festival 2. ' 'W-1 LINDA ANN CAPLAN 20 Philbrick Rd., Newton Centre Linn Favorite Pastime: Being creative Z v-H with Betsy, Nanci, and Jess. Ambition: To be a teacher. Beals: lg Meadowbrook: College Rally Committee 2, 3: French Club " 2, 3: Future Teachers 3: Music Club 23 S. O. S. 2, 33 Honor Study Proctor 2. 'Q . A JOAN FRANCES CAREY 110 Staniford St., Auburndale Favorite Pastime: Being one of the jMB's. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: june 4, 1959. Riley: Il, Warren: College Homeroom Manager 2: Rally Com- MQW Ouchf DOROTHY MARIE CANN 72 Taft St., West Newton Dottie Suppressed Desire: I can't tell be- cause I don't know. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The smoking rooms we never had. Bacon: IV: Our Lady's: Business Orange Shield 2: Basketball 1: Tennis 2, 3: Archery 25 Softball 2: Volleyball 1, 2. MARILYN B. CANN mittee 2, 35 Newtonite 5g Future Teachers' 2: Fencing 1. I LOUISE ELIZABETH CARMICHAEL 27 Brooks Ave., Newtonville Weasel Suppressed Desire: To be able to Ambition: To be a secretary. Adams: IV: Margaree Forks, Nova Scotia: Business 42 7 if fa be in two places at the same time. W 72 Taft Ave., West Newton If ,ru V, ,l,vfWf,4,,,f . Malfy is A yi f f Suppressed Desire: A secret not to ' X WL? if iiir I be told. rl 7 V7 i b y , may ,ktk sg., A Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Aj , I! S L KAY-ELLEN CARNES junior History Class. gf' ' 7 f I Lf H '- .,, ' 62 Maple St., Newton Corner Bacon: IV, Our Ladys, Business I an V, " Xi D ff ' A? Q, Kay Rally Committee 1' 2' 3: range ff' DLA if ff' 0? J ,. f ' 'l - I A I I i'i1 , Favorite Pastime: Chickie. Shield 2: Tigerama Committee 1, ,QM , Q' rx ' .1 LXU , Lf J . ...M 5. I will to N H S. All of m 2: Outing 1, 2: Tennis 35 Archeryc,f'MyZ,5 f,f0O'!"' fc, 1, tives' ' ' " Y 1' 2' 3' xg Q J f fl . ' rwjjgarryg I: II: Bigelow: Business , ,x L 1 V ,sn I A K , , flkf lf' wt W' 1 5 7 S- 1 X" 1 ' JOHN ROSS CANNON Li' Q'e?ff'Q'fq. Q ' B ,X D 72 Highland St., West Newton "tf,'g'!-J?-S K 5 1 5 Q V rv, , Johnny, cmonbaii f tv LD X, J MAR Y ELLEN CARREL, SuPPressed Desire: To break the ww Jjx I m0flfRd.,NCWf0f1CCflffC record for the standing Mg mile in the corridor on the 2nd floor of Building II. I Will to N. H. S.: An ejection seat for Mr. R. so he doesn't have to run through the office when he wants to chase kids off the lawn. Riley: Ig Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 33 Legis- lature 1, 2, Civics Committee 2, 3: Spring Musical 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: Vespers 2, 3: Music 2, 3: Presi- dent lg Chairman Civics Board 3: Chairman Civics Committee 3. BRENDA DELORES CAPELLO 825 Watertown St., West Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year with its laughs and its heartbreaks. I Will to N. H. S.: My little red- headed sister - Stogie. Adams: IV, Warren, Business Homeroom Manager 1, 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Orange Shield 2, 35 Leader Corps 1, 23 Tennis 2: Outing Club 2, 3. Si . se- Margi, Marge Q. 's uppressed Desire: No one will ' ever know but B.N. ' Favorite Pastime: Visiting my Nl ds at the Ave. . si ng II, Weeks: College . . ewtonite 2, 3: Tigerama Comit- tee 1, 2, Ushers 1, 2: Tennis 1: 2 Art 1g French 1, 2: Orrhesis 1. --su. Q' Nxt s """" tw me K gigs I I ' MARY LEE CARROLL X X ..- g E A D X 774 Watertown St., West Newton 'Q . 523-Q VQP! V Favorite Pastime. Sitting on the X 3 X ack steps of Building III. ' f A ondest Memory of N. H. S.: All . e friends I've made, the junior 7 Prom, 1959. Bacon: Ig Day: College Drama Festival 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Orange Shield 35 Newton- ian 3g Tigerama Committee 2: xr Leader Corps 2, 3: French 2, 3: Fu- Q ture Teachers 2, 3: Outing 1, 2: . t V c is ,nm Class Committee 25 Chairman of Hospitality Committee for Junior Prom 2: Chairman of Hospitality Committee for Bacon House 33 Hostess for Senior Supper. JUDITH ELLEN CARTER 108 Stanley Rd., Waban Shorty, Judi Suppressed Desire: To move Greenland 15 hours closer. Favorite Pastime: Talking to May- beth about those certain someones. Riley: Il: Weeks: College Legislature 1: Rally Committee 2: Dance Committee 2, 3: Cavalry Club 3: Music Club 2. LEONARD HENRY CASTLE 38 Stearns St., Newton Centre Lenny guppressed Desire: To get some s Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Lunch periods. Barry: I: Weeks: College Newtonian 3: Basketball 1: Foot- ball 2: Intramural Sports 1: Senior Class Committee: Band 1, 2, 3. i 1 gi' V . g ,al . fy limits 1 CONSTANCE AAIYN , A CASTANQV j, A fl 4 2' ii fl V! ' 49 PineiSt.,'West Newton ., Q I 7 Connief Con 1 1 , 1 Suppressed Desirezjyo' growa few" 1 inches? J Q, V D . Favorite Pastimfi Going lout wi h the kipli. - ,f t ly , il If Barry: lV:'Watteh1 Buiyinidss 41 Tennis 5:LArCh6ty 3., Mt " J . u , X V L f ' MARGERY ANN I CASSELMAN f 24 Hawthorne Ave., Auburndale Margie, Midge Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The football games and D-Block studies. All the fun we have had. Beals: I: Warren: College Legislature 1: Civics Committee 2, 3: Spring Musical 2: Arts Festival 2: Rally Committee 1, 2: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian Feature Edi- tor 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Dance Committee 2: Tennis 1: Music 1, 2: Outing 1, 2: Secretary of Sophomore and Junior Class: Clerk of Associates Council 3: P. T. S. A. Junior Class Representa- tive 2: A. F. S. Committee 2: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Girls Chorus 1. 7 , , 1 . L If f 'X l 1 L yl l -Yin' JUDIT VIRCQSIAZJ 1 E 4 ock 'siglbgirndale N qu dsiggiessel ffisire-:T'I'o lQQ1:l'a suc- leessful ' fand hve abny ams come ' . ,QQ SQ A FOHdCSI Of QM S.: Going' ' Vdlxv, bging one of the r u etee , n knowing all figs dx' Beals' ' 39132 H o a g 1: Publica- ti Bohx xSenior yy 3: ge Sliifd 3 ama C ittee 2, Dance - tee 1, , Stage Crew 3: Us rs 2: Tennis 1: Archery 1: Badminton 2: Art 1, 2, 3: Drama 1: Home Eco- nomics 2: Outing 1, 2, 3: Girls Chorus 1. Drama Festi : Rallyvgpmmittee Q. 1, 2, 3: RONALD JOHN CAVALLO 26 Larkin Rd., West Newton Favorite Pastime: To work on my car. Ambition: To go into the service. Service Golf: Hunting and Fishing: Rifle. DAVID MELVIN CAWLEY 15 Murray Rd., Newton Bouka Suppressed Desire: To go out with Shirley. Favorite Pastime: Weekly trips in- to Charlie's Sandwich Shop. IIIT: Service LAWRENCE IUKY CEDRONE 567 Watertown St., Newtonville Laurie Favorite Pastime: Sports of all kinds. I Prophecize That: The House Plan will last. Riley: IIIB: Day: Service ELLEN JANE CERF 193 Ward St., Newton Centre El Suppressed Desire: To have two consecutive classes in the same building. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Barretlr of Wimpole Street, Sopho- more year. Riley: I: Bigelow: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: English Club 3: Fu- ture Teachers 3: Music Club 2, 3: Sophomore Choir 1: Drama Club Play 1. RONALD LAWRENCE CERRA 47 Auburn St., West Newton Ron Ambition: To become an expert in Slavic languages. Riley: I: Warren: College Homeroom Manager 1: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Russian Club 3. guess. t.-. emi -3 A .usa V 3 sn- - -S " if?-:E .e-.23-ifilff i' is 'i ,,.,,,gsf4..f Y ,mf H f X K X . X . usa, , , ,A Q .i C, X. One zh every crowd we .wif . M35 aww seg-Wegvw L CHABOT ewton Lower Falls Bon orite Pastime: Taking the long wi, W y to school with the kids. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore, junior and Senior years with Joe. Adams, IV, Warren: Business BARBARA JOAN CHALFIN 335 Parker St., Newton Centre Babs Suppressed Desire: To have more homework. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Last period study. Riley: Ig Roxbury Memorial: Col- lege CHARLES FRANCIS CHAREST 22 Cottage Place, West Newton Chuck-a-boo, Kaiserkid Favorite Pastime: Weekend War- riors CN.G.D. Ambition: Not to be a millionaire, but to live like one. IIIT Auto, St. Charles, Service WALTER ELLIOT CHASE 239 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Walt Suppressed Desire: To have a tea- cher who never makes a mistake. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the wonderful people I've met. Riley: I, Warren, College Stage Crew 2, 35 Cross Country 2, 3: Gymnastics 2, 3. wif ..--ui' Y' . w s tiger . . - Q -2 'J gs. Ak.h.. K Q it . . 119: 55 , its I l .2 M.. L . DAVID ANTHONY CHIRIBOGA 27 Floral St., Newton Highlands Favorite Pastime: Nothing - that is, doing nothing. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Sandborn's pep-sales talks. Beals: Ig Weeks, College Newtonian 2, 35 Camera 3: Liter- ary Magazine 2. ROBERT I. CHITEL 236 Upland Ave., Newton Highlands Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Hazard's Junior U. S. History class. I Will to N. H. S.: My past three years in summer school. Barry, Ig Meadowbrook: College Civics Committee 2, 33 Homeroom Manager 1, 3: Senior Play 39 Ushers 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2: International 1, 2, 3: Latin 1, 2, 35 Music 1, 2, 3. LEONARD HARVEY CHYET 120 Warwick Rd., West Newton Len Suppressed Desire: To get my schedule changes back from the I.B.M. machine before graduation. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: When the boys were allowed in the walled-off section of the cafeteria. Bacon, I, Day, College Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Inter- national Club 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 3, Bowling Club 1. ROBERT CICCHETTI 71 Oakdale Rd., Newton Centre Bob Suppressed Desire: To convert the lawn in front of Building.3 into a parking lot. I Will to N. H. S.: The creaks in the floor of room 1324. Beals: I3 Meadowbrook: College Homeroom Manager 1, 2: Intra- mural Sports 1, 3g Chemistry 3: Rifle 2, 3, Hunting and Fishing 2, 3: Physics 2, 3. JOHN PATRICK CLAFLIN 20 Dexter Rd., Newtonville jackie Suppressed Desire: To live in Scituate. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day a future teacher came from Scituate to N. H. S. IIIT: Day, 'Service Baseball lg Basketball 2, 35 Foot- ball 1, 2, 3 , Intramural Sports 1. SHARON ANN CLAPPER 11 Eliot Ave., West Newton Share Favorite Pastime: Summers, Sun- days, and Sunbeams. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Wading through the tunnels on rainy days. Bacon: Ig Day: College Homeroom Manager 1, 23 Rally Committee 1, 2s Orange Shield 3: Dance Committee 2g Archery 1, Music Club 1, Outing Club 2. " f My ANDRA 238 Central St., Auburndale Sandy SUSAN ELIZABETH CLAPPER ll Eliot Ave., West Newton Sue Suppressed Desire: To do what I'm supposed to do although no one told me to do it. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Puddle jumping through the tun- nels. Bacon: II: Day: College Senior Play 3: Rally Committee I, 2: Orange Shield 3: Dance Comit- tee 2: Tennis 2: Archery 1: Music Club I, 3: Outing Club 2, 3: Class Committee 2. HENRY DAVID CLAYMAN 436 Dudley Rd., Newton Centre Hank Suppressed Desire: To get my schedule changes back before the end of the year. I Will to N. H. S.: Padded chairs for the labs. Bacon: I: Cambridge Latin: College Badminton I, 2, 3: Riiie Club 2, 3. Ixl .,. MARGARET ANNE K' :J CLEARY A 161 California St., Nonantum, V Pessv QV Favorite Pastime: Being with th ' lf kids. , I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Malone. Barry: IV: Day: Business Suppressed Desire: To be the at the mirror in Building II in the morning for a month. I Will to N. H. S.: More home- room teachers like Miss Waters. Beals: II: Warren: College ROBERT I.. CLINTON, JR.- Sll Grove St., Newton Lower Falls Bob Suppressed Desire: To rid schools of homework. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Relaxing in the Commons Room. Barry: I: Warren: College Vespers 1, 2, 3. MARGARET N. CLOSE 26 Aberdeen St., Newton Highlands Peg Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Building II tunnel during the rain. I Will to N. H. S. and to Miss Hazard: More cherubs. Riley: IV: Weeks: Business Orange Shield 3: Bowling Team 1: Office 1, 2, 3. L i493l'3hS?'lgEl9?f llfiilfw ffl .S . . , -1 vsp t. nw-cw:zff..-- 'I if L 0 please make Newton wzh 1 f' u Ulf ,J BARBARA ALLYN COHEN 88 Day St., Auburndale Barb Favorite Pastime: Playing bridge during vacations. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the wonderful friends I made. Barry: I: Warren: College Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Newtonite 1: Junior Red Cross Council 2, 33 Latin 1, 2: Music 1: Spanish 3. BARBARA LEE COHEN 97 Langdon St., Newton Barbie, Barb Suppressed Desire: To stick to one of my many diets. Favorite Pastime: Flirting and Dating. Bacon: II: Bigelow: College Senior Play 3. EDITH SYLVIA COHEN 259 Homer St., Newton Centre Edie Favorite Pastime: Looking for glue, COPY, doughnuts, and "balanced make-up" with my Newtonite "cup- buddies." Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The AFS Weekends in my junior year. Beals: I: Weeks: College Legislature 1: Drama Festival 1, 2: Rally Committee 2: Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Make-Up Editor: Inter- national Club 1, Secretary 2, Presi- dent 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Tusitala 1: Class Committee 1. ERLENE LINDA COHEN 59 Greenlawn Ave., Newton Centre Cookie Favorite Pastime: Consoling and complaining to my friends. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore and junior homerooms. Beals: I: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Newtonite I, 2, 3: Archery 1: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1: Civics Committee: House Council. JEFFREY DAVID COHEN 97 Walnut Hill Rd., Newton Highlands Jeff Suppressed Desire: To get an "A" in Math. I Will to N. H. S.: Better facilities for the pigeons of Building II. Bacon, I, Meadowbrook, College Camera Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, Meteorology Club 2, 3, Rifle Club 1, 2, Science Club 1, 2. JEFFREY WALTER COHEN .20 Overlock Park, Newton Centre Jeff Suppressed Desire: To throw a few editors out of windows on Newton- ite make-up nights. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Sutherland's wacky problems class. Barry, I, Bigelow, College Homeroom Manager 1, Newtonite 2, 3, Basketball 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, International 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, Football 1, 2. JUDITH SUSAN COHEN 22 Gay St., Newtonville Judy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Shaking with the kids in 1118. I Will to N. H. S.: An aerial tram- way between 140 and 2307. I, Day, College Homeroom Manager 1, Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers Club 2, Music Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Tigerama Decorations Committee 3, Property Committee-A for Senior Play 3. RALPH SABIN COHEN 44 Solon St., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To skip gym. Favorite Pastime: Playing golf. Beals, I, Meadowbrook,,College Meteorology Club 2, 3. Out to lunch J. SUSAN COHEN 27 Sheldon Rd., Newton Centre Sue Suppressed Desire: To learn how to keep my hands ot? a car radio. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My math classes! Right j.M.?? Riley, II, Meadowbrook, College Tigerama Committee 1, Usher 3: Cavalry Club 1, English Club 2, 33 Future Teachers Club 3, Music Club 2, 3, Newton Plan Office Helper 2. ADRIAN COLASACCO 21 John St., Newton Centre Nino Suppressed Desire: Taking four lunches to look at girls. Favorite Pastime: Parking my car in the teachers' parking lot. IIIT, Weeks, College ELLIOT BURTON COLE 7 Deborah Rd., Newton Centre El, EBC Favorite Pastime: Who has time? Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Everyone and everything, the sum- mer of 1958. Bacon, I, Meadowbrook, College Newtonite 3, Newtonian 3, As- sistant Photography Editor 3: International Club 2, 3, Civics Committee 2, 3, Publicity Sub- Committee Chairman 2, Honor Study Committee 2, 3, Roving Proctor 2, Student Adviser 3, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, Orchestra 3, Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3, Mana- ger 2, 3. ABIGAIL COLLINS 9 Hillcrest Circle, Waban Abby Suppressed Desire: To sit through a history class without taking notes. I Will to N. H. S.: A tunnel be- tween buildings I and II. Riley, I, Warren, College Newtonite Ad Staff 1, Orange Book 2, Junior Red Cross Council 2, 3, Ushers 2, French Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3, Library 1. CARLO COMPAGNONE 193 Adams St., Newton Suppressed Desire: To innltrate girls into Technical High. Favorite Pastime: Waiting for the 2:45 Bell. IIIT Auto, Day, Business NINO G. COMPAGNONE 193 Adams St., Nonantum Suppressed Desire: To have more time in the mornings to talk to girls. Favorite Pastime: Taking four lunches. IIIT, Day, College LINDA ROCHELLE COMRAS 2 Terrace Ave., Newton Highlands I Will to N. H. S.: An elevator to the 4th floor of Building I. Ambition: To be a teacher. Bacon, II, Day, College Rally Committee 1, 2, Drama Club 1, 2, Future Teachers 3, Latin Club 1, Library Club 3, Orchesis 1. JOAN MARIE CONCANNON 279 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To roller skate in the tunnels. I Will to N. H. S.: A traflic ofhcer for the stairs. Riley, I, Day, College Tennis 2, Future Teachers 3, Music 2, 3, Outing 2, 3. JAMES MARSHALL CONDON 53 Marshall St., Newton Centre Jimmy, Mulen Suppressed Desire: To open an ice cream stand on the Sahara desert. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My summer with Dave, Art, and F.C. Giles. Riley, II, Weeks, College DAVID JOHN CONNOR 50 Carver Rd., Newton Highlands Dave Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: D Block Studies, Peg. I Will to N. H. S.: Tony Lavely's neck. Barry, I, Weeks, College Civics Board 3, Civics Committee 3, Orange Shield 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, President of N. H. S. Associates 3, Class Com- mittee 1. CHARLOTTE MARGARET CONROD 40 Ridge Road, Waban Charl Suppressed Desire: It's yet to be suppressed. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The wonderful friends I've made. Barry, II, Warren, College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3 5 Newronite 2, Tennis 1, Field Hockey 2, De- bating Club 3, French Club 3, Orchesis 1, 2, Outing Club 2, "Dido and Aeneas," 2, Class Com- mittee 2, Lacrosse 2, Drama Pub- licity Stunts I. RICHARD STEVENS COOK 11 Rice St., Newton Centre Dick, Cookee Suppressed Desire: To roast hot- dogs in the ashes of Newton High. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My 80 years of gym. I, Weeks, College Intramural Sports. 0 there 'll nev er be anyone but you ii-mia SHIRLEY ANN COOPER 151 Hicks St., West Newton Trol Suppressed Desire: To get all A's and B's. Favorite Pastime: Talking with J.S. Riley, II, Warren, College Leader Corps 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Orchesis 2, 35 Arts Festival 2, House Council Committee 3. ALAN M. COPELAND 3 Woodside Rd., Newton Cope Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those wonderful spring mornings in my Junior year. I Will to N. H. S.: More of such mornings. Palmer, I, Bigelow, College Legislature 1, Civics Committee 2, Homeroom Manager 1, School Ex- change 1, Newtonite 3, Ushers 2, Basketball 1, 3, Track, Outdoor 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Alpha Gamma Tau 3, French Club 3: Sophomore Class Treasurer, Junior Class Treasurer. GEORGE J. J. CORMIER 104 Adams Ave., West Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the-Tigeramas I never went to. Ambition: To be another Frank Lloyd Wright. Bacon, I, Warren, College House Civics Committee 3, Science Fair 1, Alpha Gamma Tau 3: Iriternational Club 2, 3, Math Club 3, Physics Club 3: Senior Play 3, Co-Chairman of the Bacon House Ticket Committee 3, Bacon House Council 3. BRUCE WAYNE CORNER 345 California St., Nonantum Muscles Suppressed Desire: To graduate be- fore I get married. Service ELLEN EDITH COSER 74 Putnam St., West Newton E1 Suppressed Desire: More teachers like those I didn't get. Riley: I: Berkeley High, California: College Drama Festival 3: Newtonite 3: Literary Magazine 2, 3: Science Fair 1: Tennis 1: Softball 1: Drama Club 1: English Club 1, 2, 3: Inter- national Club 2: Latin Club 2, 3. SUSAN ELLEN COTTER 1156 Boylston St., Newton Upper Falls Sue Favorite Pastime: Running errands. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Study in the Commons Room. Riley: I: Mt. Alvernia Academy: College Archery 2, 3: Badminton 2, 33 Softball 2: Outing Club 2, 3. 0 come with me s . . fN....,,,,,.3 PETER LYNDS COTTING 166 Dickerman Rd., Newton Highlands Petey Favorite Pastime: Going to Roslin- dale at least once a week. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day in "58" when there were no tunnel lights. Bacon: I: Weeks: College Drama Festival 2: Ushers 2: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3: French Club 1: Hunting and Fishing Club 3: Rifle Club I, 2, 3: Bowling Club 2. MICHAEL NEWCOMB COULTER 244 Prince St., West Newton Mike Suppressed Desire: To retire to a Vermont mink farm and study German. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The vacations. Riley: I: Warren: College Radio 1, 2, 3: Rifle 1. LINDA SUSAN COVICH 69 Pontiac Rd., Waban Suppressed Desire: H.T.A. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Squishing 25. Palmer: I: Warren: College Civics Committee 3: Drama Festi- val 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonian 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Vespers 2, 3: Leader Corps 3: Tennis 2, 3: Intramural Sports 3: Outing Club 1, 2: junior Prom Chairman 2: 2, 3.M FI l T A 1 C WN 1,51 , M JG l GMI ARIE ' EY wk 5 i ghA St . , U .I ' f all 'A Ln .K l 1 3 f 1 f S ress Desire: os r nior on ll r k tes. ndest em fo . S.: ' g1'Qk1n y Nat s in ANU I r d . . N y: I ' arre ' Busi . - ' QC 'U ,IW JOAN ALICE COWLEY 56 Lindbergh Ave., West Newton joan Suppressed Desire: Nursing. Ambition: Nurse training. Riley: IIIB: Warren Archery: Softball: Home Econom- ics: Science Club. HARVEY ALLEN CREEM 41 Alderwood Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To do some- thing right in j.C.'s class. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: B.E.K. Beals: I: Bigelow: College Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: English Club 1: French Club 2, 3: Presi- dent 2, 3: Newtonite Booster Com- mittee 2, 3: Physics Club 3: New- tonian 3. NORMAN CREW CARYL CROSBY 44 Leslie Rd., Auburndale Slugzie Suppressed Desire: To pass a chem- istry final exam. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Favorite Pastime: Pestering Miss Hall. Beals: I: Warren: College Girls' Athletic Board 2, Chairman 3: Vespers 2, 3: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Sophomore Glee Club 1: A Cappella Choir 2, 3. fl CHARLES RICHARD CROVO 19 Randlett Park, West Newton Charlie Favorite Pastime: Girls. Palmer: Il: Day: College Homeroom Manager 1. ANTHONY CUPER RICHARD F. CURLEY 21 Durant St., Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Standing in the hall. I Will to N. H. S.: The high scho- lastic rating of Donovan. Bacon: IV: Arlington High: Busi- ness. CRAIG SHAW CURTIS 56 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Eggie, Curt Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Try- ing to digest my lunch before foot- ball practice. I Will to N. H. S.: My Sister. Barry: I: Weeks: College Orange Shield 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3: Indoor Track 2, 3. STEPHEN ARNOLD CUTLER 27 june Lane, Newton Centre Steve Suppressed Desire: To take girls' gym- I Favorite Pastime: Our "friendly" games at C. C. C. Riley: I: West Jr. High, Water- town: College Homeroom Manager 1: Intramural Sports 1, 3: Legislature 1: Physics 3. JAMES FRANCIS DALY 62 Elm Sr., West Newton Jima Suppressed Desire: To own that beautiful building on Route 9. I Will to N. H. S.: The "bin" in back of the parking lot. Riley: IV: St. Charles: Service SUZANNE MARY DAMICO 110 Oak Hill St., Newton Centre Damic Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior Year: June 4, 1959 Senior Prom: and the Motorcade with Honey, Mazy, Marg, Lois, Nina, Roselle, Ellen, and Sue. I Will to N. H. S.: More wonderful English teachers like Miss Allen and Mrs. Perry. Barry: I, II: Meadowbrook: College Legislature 1, 2: Homeroom Mana- ger 1: Senior Play 3: Drama Festi- val 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Orar ge Shield 3: Tigerama Com- rnitiee 1, 2, 3: junior Red Cross Council 3: Ushers 2: Archery 1: Badminton 1: Cavalry Club 1, 2: English Club 1: French Club 2, 31 Outing Club l, 2, 3: Barry House Council 3. EDWARD DANGEL, III 17 Glastonbury Oval, Waban Terry Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The mad 6:30 p.m. rush at Newtonite make-up night. I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Packard and Miss Allen. Barry: I: Weeks: College Legislature 1: Drama Festival 1, 2: Newronite 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2: junior Class Com- mittee 2: Co-Chairman of Hospi- tality Committee of junior Prom 2: A Cappella Choir 2, 3: Sophomore Glee Club 1: Barry House Council Assistant 3. SAVERIA D. D'ANGELO 164 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The look on my homeroom teacher's face on my being late to school on the first day and from then on. Ambition: To become a nurse. Riley: II: Day: College ii- I CHARLES SIMON DAPSAUSKI 53 Van Roosen Rd., Newton Centre Charlie, Mr. D Favorite Pastime: Earning 80 cred- its. Fondest Memory of N. HJS.: Mr. Packard's German class. Bacon: I: Meadowbrook: College Football 1, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Aviation Club 1: Physics Club 3. GLORIA DASHEFSKY 15 Great Meadow Rd., Newton Centre Glo, Glor, Smiley Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Newtonite make-up by the light of the moon. Ambition: To succeed in my every endeavor. Beals, I, Meadowbrook, College Civics Committee 2, Newtonite 2, 3, Co'Feature Editor, Dance Com- mittee 2, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 3. CATHERINE ISABEL DAVIDOFF 516 Ward St., Newton Centre Cathy Suppressed Desire: Censored. Favorite Pastime: Trying to fulfill my suppressed desire. Beals, I, Weeks, College Civics Committee 2, Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, Vespers 2, 3, Dance Committee 2, International Club 2, Music Club 2, 3. ANN MERRY DAVISON 22 Randlett Park, West Newton Favorite Pastime: Football games. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: December 28, 1958, Senior Prom 1959. I, Day, College Hometoom Manager 1, 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Ushers 3, Ten- nis 1, 2, 3, Archery 2, 3, Library 1, Orchesis 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2, 3. fo JOHN GERARD DEARDEN 133 Morse St., Watertown Smiley Suppressed Desire: To beat Carol's machine. Favorite Pastime: Looking for someone. IIIT, West, Business Homeroom Mana er 3' Motion 8 , Picture Squad 1, 2, Administrative Aid 1, 2. FREDERICK CHARLES ALEXSON 4 Baldwin St., Newton Freddie Suppressed Desire: To produce movies and to write. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The School Spirit. I, Medford High, College Drama 3. ROSE FAYE DELOREY 4 Jenison St., Newtonville Faye Favorite Pastime: The swingin' times down at "Rexhame" Beach with J. G. and the kids. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Driver's Ed.-class with Mr. and the private driving lessons M.D. and J.C. Barry, IV, Day, College , Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, Archery 2, Home Economics 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2. KAREN ANNE DE LUCA 992 Dedham St., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Being with Bruce. I Will to N. H. S.: Carol, my best friend. Beals, IV, Meadowbrook, Business Cavalry Club, Drama Club, S. O. S. W W , ip -ie if gif f i W if ffbazzliirre Mupp fess ip eljbhaveatfam- cross, t he poor seniors wifi Mia 1 24 ll W e s 9o'n lm to get to the fourth. gl fl! F ' est ory of N. H. S.: The if orca in our Senior year. ,Q Beals, II, Day, College i -f W Egislature 1, 2, Rally Committew ak .K , 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, BKT 'MQ ML ketball 1, 3, Tennis 1, 3, s al ' b 1 2 3' t' '500 S1 E?'3a Gu ' i DF My u , , 3. li DENNIS MICHAEL DEMERJIAN 18 Vernon St., Newton Corner JOHN S. DAY, JR. Dennie 15 Hawthorne St., Auburndale Ambition: College Barr ' I' Montmorenci' Colle e Y- i y S Intramural Sports 3, Cavalry 1, 2, 3, Baseball Manager l, 2. Suppressed Desire: To see the 1959 Newton Football Team go all the way. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day Newton beat Everett 15 - 12. Bacon, II, Bigelow, College Orange Shield 3, Vespers 2, 3, Baseball 1, Basketball 1, Football 2, 3, Indoor Track 3, Outdoor Track 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3. ' STEPHEN DEPHOURE ll Helene Rd., Waban The D Suppressed Desire: To get into col- lege. Favorite Pastime: Homework fof coursej. Beals: I: Warren: College Legislature 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: French Club 3: Rifle Club 1. JOSEPHINE DERUBES 36 Lincoln Rd., Newton Suppressed Desire: To be an actress. Favorite Pastime: Trying to be Mr. Auritch's pet in my Sophomore year. Bacon: IV: Day: Business Civics Committee 1: Homeroom Manager 1: Rally Committee 3: Orange Book 1: Tigerama Commit- tee 2: Leader Corps 1: Tennis 2: Archery 1. JOSEPH S. DESANTIS 98 Paxon St., Nonantum Joe Favorite Pastime: Marching in 7th Saturday's game in 30 degree weather. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: En- tering math class in 1128 through the windows. Bacon: I: Day: College Homeroom Manager 1: Motion Picture Squad 1: Concert Band 1, 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA ANN DESANTIS 51 Wyoming Rd., Newtonville Pat, Patty I Will to N. H. S.: 100 junior Homerooms like 2103. I Prophecize That: The Tigers will put N. H. S. into orbit. Bacon: Il: Day: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Homeroom Manager 2: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 2: Out- ing Club 3: Class Committee 33 Bacon House Office 3. CAROL ANN DEVINE 29 Middle St., Newton Suppressed Desire: To dress in Black. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Big B and Mr. Malone's Biology Class. Adams: IV: Our Lady's: Business Civics Committee 3: Homeroom Manager 3: Rally 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3: Archery 3: Basketball 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Home Economics 1, 2, 3: Bowl- ing 2, 3: S. O. S. 2. EVAN LEIGH DEWIRE 44 Warwick Rd., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To see Mr. Packard retire to his mink farm in Vermont and have his book pub- lished. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Human Relations with Dr. Karpas. Beals: II: Day: College O00 44Q .. . ag ,. November brings- DANIEL L. DE WOLF 349 California St., Newton Dan Favorite Pastime: Sitting in the car with "HER" before school. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Packard's German Class. Beals: II: Day: College Science Fair l. SUSAN DIAMOND 55 Prentice Rd., Newton Centre Sue Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The days we left school at 12:30 be- cause of the Newton-Cranston foot- ball games. I Will to N. H. S.: My Philadelphia accent in speech class. Riley I: Germantown High, Phila- delphia: College Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1: French Club 2: Music Club 2, 59 S. O. S. 3: Fencing 1. WILLIAM DICICCO 24 Payne Rd., Newton Highlands Cicco Suppressed Desire: To see Mr. Hingston take his bell home. Favorite Pastime: Dating Girls. IIIT Auto Co-op: Brighton High: Service Administrative Aid. GERALD HERBERT DICKS 3 Sylavan Way, Wayland jerry Suppresscd Desire: To get to school on time. I Will to N. H.'S.: One used screw- driver. IIIT: Wayland High: College Administrative Aid 1. Need we say more? VIRGINIA B. DIETZ 16 Hancock Ave., Newton Centre Ginger Suppressed Desire: To make Mr. Stephens blush. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The ride home from the Thanksgiving Day Game with the football team. Barry: Ig Weeks: College Homeroom Manager lg Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 35 Rally Com- mittee l, 2, 3: Leader Corps 3: Stage Crew 3: Archery 1: Alpha Gamma Tau 25 Outing Club 1, 2. PETER F. DI MATTEO 111 Spiers Rd., Oak Hill Pete Suppressed Desire: I'll never tell. Favorite Pastime: Holding up the walls between classes. Beals: I: Meadowbrook, College Track, Indoor 3, Track, Outdoor 31 Intramural Sports 35 Cavalry Club lg Rifle Club I. GAIL ROBERTA DOCKSER 12 Drumlin Rd., Oak Hill Suppressed Desire: To give our bus driver driving lessons. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Fthier's French class. Riley: lg john Marshall: College Drama 33 English 3. ROBERT WILLIAM DONAHUE 173 Tremont St., Newton Irish Favorite Pastime: Staying out of class on A-A business. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year with Rose at the prom. III: Bigelow: College Homt-room Manager I: Football 1, 2: Administrative Aid. BARBARA JOYE DONALD 12 Barnes Rd., Newton JOY? Suppressed Desire: To be a "joy." Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: J.K.L. and all our all-night chats, and "Beetle Bomb" doubling: Barry: Ig Bigelow: College Senior Play 33 Drama Festival 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Newton- ian 15 Golf 25 Tennis 1, 3, English Club 2, 3: French Club 3: Inter- national Club 3g Outing Club 2, 33 Music Club 1, 33 Girls' Chorus lg Hospitality Committee of Arts Fes- tival 2. CRAIG DONOVAN 38 Warwick Rd., West Newton I Will to N. H. S.: All Steve Ro- lander's knowledge. I Prophecize That: A certain boy with initials of S. T. will make faces in room 333. Riley: IV, Day: Service DANIEL M. DONOVAN, JR. 166 Oakleigh Rd., Newton Small Charge Suppressed Desire: To get out of N. H. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those football rallies?? Barry, II, Bigelow: Service Homeroom Manager 1, 23 Senior Play 3g Boys' Athletic Board 33 Orange Shield 31 Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3: Outdoor Track 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. ROBERT PATRICK DOUCETTE 9 River St., South Natick Bobby Suppressed Desire: To see the world. Favorite Pastime: Cars. IIIT Auto: West Jr. High, Water- town, Business CHARLES EVERETT DOWNING, III 56 Manemet Rd., Newton Centre Chip Favorite Pastime: The many "gigs" with a certain dance band. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Stone's study hall in my Junior year. Bacon: Ig Weeks: College Stage Crew 1: Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Dance Band 1,2, 3. ' MARILYN JANE DRAGO 17 Barbara Rd., West Newton Dragee Suppressed Desire: To be able to walk through the tunnels without having to jump over puddles. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sophomore year in Study of Na- tions. Bacon: IV, Day: Business Rally Committee 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 2: Orange Bogkg, 3: Tigerama Committee 1, g . . S. MARTHA STARK DRAPER 62 Bellevue St., Newton Marty Favorite Pastime: Waiting for the l.B,M. machine to change my pro- gram. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day I took two lunches. Barry: I: Bigelow: College Legislature 1: Senior Play Make- Up 3: Spring Musical 1: Make-Up 2: French Club 1, 2: Music Club 3: Outing Club 1, 3. RICHARD PAUL DUBOIS IOS Acton St., Watertown Richie Suppressed Desire: To be late for school once. l Will to N. H. S.: My Books. lllT: St. Patrick's: Service 9 ggi i j 'ka 5 1.1 57 Q ,gg 421' 2 s"' , , 1? S 2 f , .Q . ' -aw w I M. .7 L5 J V. . we wif.: wits ., " l . . ,TM --ii.-4.1-W-.f.e, , . 1 ..,. : , ., 5. A fwia- in . 1- :!5:.E'j.s:"4 . ,.g,,w: - 'ei : Ni? ,gm I ' .t...ft,+ .. .. sf. fa... , ei :-A-2. is-lg ., .f ft. . wtgsgiiaii ng Newton to the end WILLIAM KIERAN DUFFY 99 Fairway Drive, West Newton Bill Suppressed Desire: To hnd a park- ing space. I Will to N. H. S.: Parachutes for the kids on the fourth floor of Building l. ll: Day: College Drama Festival 2, 3: Debating Club 5. ROBERT EDWARD DUNLOP 219 Tremont St., Newton Centre Bob Favorite Pasrime: Trying to hit 120 m.p.h. on the Mass. Pike. I Will to N. H. S.: A tired 0117" Ford Convertible. Barry: Il: Bigelow: Service Civics Committee 1, 53 Baseball 1, 3: Basketball 3: Football 1: Bad- minton 1, 2, 3: Volleyball 1, 2. ' K K '.i'xi1i5!"'5.s. w,,,,..,. gs, ..V.. iw, ,Q 75:27 I K I sf 5 ' Q, if ,. ' I Vi' ,. -1 DANIEL RICHARD DWYER 61 Chester St., Newton Highlands Dan Favorite Pastime: Riding my un- registered motorcycle. I Will to N. H. S.: All of my yel- low slips that never reached the ollice. ll: Weeks: College ROY S. EGDALL 59 Washington Pk., Newtonville If-:sv Suppressed Desire: To wear a Mad T-Shirt to school. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Go- ing UP a DOWN stairway. Barry: I: Maden High: College Music 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Band 2, 3: Dance Band 2, 5: Debating Society 1: German Club 1. WILLIAM S. ELGART 457 Parker St., Newton Centre Bill Suppressed Desire: To see Paul Kerivan swallow his whistle. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Visiting all those wonderful people in the Building III ollice. Beals: I: Meadowbrook: College Intramural Sports 3: Rifle Club 2, 3: Marching Band 3: Dance Band 3: Band Exchange 3: Music Club 3. LEONARD ELKINS 8 Parmenter Terrace, West Newton Lenny Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Uncle Eddie's geometry class. I Prophecize That: Miss Baroud- jian will be drafted by the French Foreign Legion. Barry: II: Day: College Homeroom Manager 1: Stage Crew 1: Library Club 1: Motion Picture Squad 2. MARY C. ELLIOT 10 Winthrop Ave., Newton Corner Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The weekends. Adams: IV: Our Lacly's: Business Civics Committee 3: Homeroom Manager 1: Rally Committee 1, 2. 3: Orange Shield 2: Junior Red Cross Council 1: Tennis 2, 3: Ar- chery 2, 3: Home Economics 1, 2: S. O. S. 1, 2. DANIEL SUMNER ELLIS 157 Fuller St., West Newton Dan Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those early morning hockey prac- tices. I Will to N. H. S.: A private eye for Ralph Sanborn. Riley: I: Warren: College Spring Musical 2, 5: Orange Shield 31 Ice Hockey 1, 2, 33 Tennis 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Rifle 1: A Cappella Choir 2, 3: Sophomore Chorus 1. 41 . ew iffirp - . ' , . L -1 ,e w : -1. yy.:-', 3 Q- " ' - If .1 .fm , -1, tg. , A s.. if, I 55.155, :w ,f32f C X is i A.. ":f:f23:' . gif - jx X A I xgi is I Ek 1 ,X s.. Q, v fi l 'f ff v i i t V 0 M v VUL fr. . f , T19 . ,.,.. V e Y we R... e fx .-an lil' Need heQ0? JANE MERCER EMERY 44 Norwood Ave., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Going to march- ing band rehearsals at 7:30 A.M. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All of the wonderful people I have met. Barry: Ig Weeksg College Future Teachers Club 2, 3: Music Club 2, 33 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 3, Spring Musical Tickets Commit- tee 2. CORAL JOY EPSTEIN 71 Woodward St., Newton Highlands Cocoa Suppressed Desire: To have a class in the alphabet wing of Building Il or on the fourth floor of Build- ing I. I Prophecize That: Someday there will be a tunnel between buildings I and II. Barry: II: Weeks: College Legislature 1, 2, 3: Homeroom Manager 1, Rally Committee 13 junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 33 Ushers 2, 33 Ar- chery 3, Latin Club 1. JULIAN SUMNER EPSTEIN 229 Prince St., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To get a re- served parking space. I Will to N. H. S.: C.C.'s history and psychology classes. Barry: I3 Warren: College Newtonite 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3: International Club 2, 33 Halloween Dance Ticket Committee 3. MARCIA ZISSAL EPSTEIN 141 Langdon St., Newton Ziss Suppressed Desire: To change my middle name. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those Brockton football games. Bacon: I, II1 Bigelow: College Legislature 1: Homeroom Mana- ger 2, 3g Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Newtonian 23 Newtonite 23 Tiger- ama Committee 1, 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 3: Ushers 2: Art Club 3: International Club 3, Latin Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 33 Orchesis lg Spanish Club 2. ROBERT GERARD EPSTEIN 69 Selwyn Rd., Newton Highlands Bob, Eppy, Spinner Favorite Pastime: Skipping class. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Kenyon class. Rileyg Ilg Meadowbrook, College Legislature lg Homeroom Manager 2: Orange Shield 2, 33 Newtonite lg Tigerama Committee lg Junior Red Cross Council lg Motion Picture Squad 2, 3, Rifle. DAVID LITTLE ESTABROOKS 43 Stearns St., Newton Centre Dave Favorite Pastime: Attending meet- ings of the Friday Night Club. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The days I forgot to go to school. Barry: II: Weeks: College Homeroom Manager 1: Orange Shield 2: Stage Crew 1, 25 Ushers 1, 33 Motion Picture Squad 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. SUSAN EVANS 151 Parker St., Newton Centre Sue Suppressed Desire: To turn the walled-ol? section of the cafeteria into a coffee shop. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those parties. Barry: I: Weeks: College Newtonian 2, 3g Newtonite 2, 39 Stage Crew 3: Art Club 1, 2, 33 French Club 2, 35 Orchesis 1g Arts Festival Committee 2g Fencing 1-. BABBETTE ANN FALES 17 Gibson Rd., Newtonville Babs Suppressed Desire: To be able to have more than one date for the Senior Prom. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The "cobblestone caverns" in Building I. Riley, II: Day, College Dance Committee 3, Stage Crew 3, Rifle Club 1. DIANE F. FALK 28 Ballard Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To meet john- ny Mathis. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: People walking up to me and say- ing, "Diane, your hair got so long - are you going to cut it?" Rileyg II: Bigelow, Business Drama Festival 25 Rally Commit- tee 2. JOSEPH LEON FALKSON 398 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Joe Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Thinking of "Mama" in J.C. Hall's chemistry class. I Will to N. H. S.: A mate for the IBM machine, so that it won't get lonesome. Barry, I: Day, College Civics Committee 3: Spring Musi- cal 1, 3, Newtonian 3: Tigerama Committee 35 Motion Picture Squad lg Intramural Sports lg De- bating Club 3g Latin Club 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 35 Dance Band 1, 2, 3. U PHYLLIS RUTH FARBER 529 Boylston St., Newton Centre Phyll Favorite Pastime: Chestnut Hill with jeff. Ambition: To become Mrs. j.S. Beals: ll: Weeks: College Senior PlaY 5: Drdma Festival 1, 2: Rally Commi e 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Cou 1, 3: Sta e ew 3: Tennis 1, 2? rt Clu 2: ma Club 2, 1: Li ry 3 usic Club 2 31. , I F A C ER E IN 8gf s ,Neg ir i i .the Ch ,but all we ard ere AJC' on t M f N. H. 1 es ,fi . V cap? AX ' Fa 't asti : Li ing to the d or Sf' a fo l with L ix Ta g ' Je e. ?! ui: l" es 1 , , , iger- ma mm e 1 l2 Ho e Eco- X, v CENT J FARINA 'I Day'B Il m tee 3' no . ! ji 53 Bridge St., No ntum Vin, Vinny Suppreseed Desire: To have all my dreams come true. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Homeroom 1324 with j.V.C. Beals: II: Day: College Legislature 1: Homeroom Mana- ger 1, 2: Spring Musical 2: Drama Festival 2: Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonian 1: Newtonite 2: Vespers 2: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Stage Crew 2: Ushers 2: Football 3: Track, Indoor 2: Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 2: Cavalry Club 3: Music Club 2: Rifle Club 2: Sopho- more Class Vice-President:. Class Committee 1, 2, 3: Arts Festival 2: A Cappella Choir 2, 3: Junior Prom Chairman 2. JANET FARNI-IAM 1560 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton Jan, Jany Suppressed Desire: Dancing with the Bolshoi Ballet Troup. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Dido and Aeneas. Adams: II: Warren: College Legislature 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: junior Red Cross Council 1: Tennis 2, 3: Music Club 3: Library Club 1: Orchesis 1, 2, 3: Arts Festival 2. PRISCILLA JANE FARRELI. 54 Pond St., Newton Favorite Pastime: Being with a certain someone. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My homeroom in 330 with Mr. Giest. Adams: IV: Day: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3. MAUREEN ANN FAY 54 Fuller Terrace, West Newton Mo, Fazie Favorite Pastime: Squishing 25. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Brian. Riley: II: Day: College Homeroom Manager 1, 2: Drama Festival 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee l, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. .' .. .. .. .-Q. : . . - f u rg, 1, ,ae ' --INN -Nba. 5 'L-X 1--f Newton or bust ELAINE MARJORIE FEINZIG 248 Grove St., Auburndale Laynie Suppressed Desire: To be famous. Favorite Pastime: Getting in trou- ble. Bacon: II: Brookline: College BARBARA MARIE F ERRAGAMO 8 Larkin Rd., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To get a joke the first time it is told. Favorite Pastime: Dodging the rain drops in the tunnels. Bacon: Il: Warren: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 3. KATHARINE KERSTIN FERRE 137 Lake Ave., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Talking to the kids on Tuesday's Orange Shield. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "When the Saints go Marching In." Beals: I: Canert Jr. High: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Civ- ics Committee 3: Homeroom Man- ager 1: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 33 Orange Shield 33 Newtonian 3: Chairman Drama Board 39 Ves- pers 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1: A Cappella Choir 3: Arts Festi- val 2: Music Night. SHARON ROZELI. FIGLEY 195 Islington St., Auburndale Roni Suppressed Desire: To be an Air- line Stewardess. Ambition: To see my buddies in Michigan graduate. Adams: ll: Roosevelt: College B l nX. PRISCILLA JOAN FIRGER 45 Alban Rd., Waban Pris Suppressed Desire: To have some- one say, "Pris, eat, you're too thin." I Will to N. H. S.: More pupils like Carol. Bacon: I, II: Warren: College Legislature 1: Drama Festival 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 3: Ushers 2: Art Club 3: Drama Club 3: English Club 1: International Club 3: Music Club 3. MICHAEL FIRST 295 Upland Ave., Newton Highlands Mike Suppressed Desire: To have Kim Novak fall in love with me. Barry: I: Meadowbrook: College Indoor Track 1: Outdoor Track 1, 3: Intramural Sports I, 2, 3. ALBERT FIRTH 114 Cabot St., Newton Rick Suppressed Desire: To sing like "Fabian" Barron. Favorite Pastime: Watching girls. Barry: I: Bigelow: College Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Outdoor Track 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Science Club 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Junior Dance Committee 2: Boys' Chorus. NANCY JANE FISHER 92 Garland St., Newton Centre Nan Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Peterboro week-ends and my two years with Miss Jewett. I Will to N. H. S.: My sophomore sister Sue. Barry: I: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2: Newtonire 3: Archery 1: French Club 2, Treasurer: International Club I: Latin Club 2, 3: Outing Club l, 2, 3: Student Office Secre- tary 1, 2. WM,--v..-W.W,f,W,.',,A E 'li' Now letis get orgamaedf W 1-1-qv 4. Q MARTIN B. FISHMAN 206 Sumner St., Newton Centre Marty I Will to N. H. S.: Left-over bus tickets. Ambition: To become a criminal lawyer. Adams: 1: Huntington Prep.: Col- lege Indoor Track 1: Outdoor Track 1. DAVID WALDRON FITTS 40 Leslie St., Auburndale Dave, Wally Suppressed Desire: To have Ed Pos- kit as a coach at the Tech Tourney. Fondest Memoryl of N. H. S.: The great crowds at basketball and base- ball games. . Barry: I: Warren: College Legislature I, 2: Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3. JOANNE R. FIUMARA 35 Hyde Ave., Newton Honey Suppressed Desire: To reach for the moon and land on a star. I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Miss Hazard. Adams: II: Bigelow: College Civics Committee 2, 3: Homeroom Manager 1: Senior Play Committee 3: Drama Festival Committee 2: Rally 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 3: Dance Committee 2, 3: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Archery 2, 3: Home Eco- nomics 2, 3: Music 2, 3: Orchesis 1, 2, 3: Outing 1, 2, 3. BONNIE ANN FLAGG 13 Cambria Rd., West Newton Bon Suppressed Desire: To keep all the promises I've made. Fondest Memory of N. I-I. S.: Squishing 25. The swell kids I've met. Beals: II: Day: College Legislature 2: Homeroom Manager 1: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Leader Corps 2: Dance Committee 2: Ushers 2, 3: Softball 1, 3: Fu- ture Teachers 1: Outing Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. BARBARA VERONICA FLANAGAN 125 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Barb Suppressed Desire: To run out of words. Favorite Pastime: "Bombin" around in the Green Galaxie. Barry: II: Meadowbrook: College Rally Committee 1: Leader Corps 2: Intramural Sports 1: Home Eco- nomics 1: Library Club 2: Outing Club l, 2. RICHARD FLANAGAN 17 Oakland St., Newton Corner Dick Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Garon. Bacon: II: Bigelow: Service JOHN ARTHUR FLEMING 46 Harris Rd., West Newton Flem Favorite Pastime: Whatever comes u . IPWill to N. H. S.: An atom bomb. Riley: II: College EDWARD ARTHUR FLOWERS 240 Harvard Circle, Newtonville Eddie, Ed Suppressed Desire: To be state champ in three sports. Favorite Pastime: Sports. Bacon: II: Warren: College Boy's Athletic Board 3: Orange Shield 3: Football 1, 2, 3: Ice Hockey 3: Indoor Track 2, 3: Out- Track 1, 2, 3: Associate Coun- ci . NANCY JEAN FLYNN 37 Eliot Ave., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Favorite Pastime: Being with Tony. Riley: II: Day: College Rally Committee 1: Cavalry Club 1: Music Club 1: Outing Club 1. DELORES FORD 46 Curve St., West Newton Del Favorite Pastime: Being with the certain G.D.P. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Johnson in room 2207. . Bacon: IV: Warren: College Home Economics 1, I Oflice Assistant. da 2, Music Make-Up JOHN ANDRE FOURNIER 30 Maple St., Newton Corner Suppressed Desire: To own my own repair shop. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Go- ing out for parts in shopweek. IIIT Auto: St. Patrick's, Water- town: Business Administrative Aids. Newton Hgh zh a nutshell EDNA FOX 5 Crehore Drive, Newton Lower Falls Eddie Suppressed Desire: To be able to psychoanalyse. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Two years with Madame Neufeld. Riley: I: Warren: College Spring Musical 1, 3: Newtonian 1: Vespers 2, 3: Cavalry Club 3: French Club 2: Latin Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1: A Cappella Choir 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1. BARBARA JEAN FRAIL 4 Applegarth St., Newton Centre Babs, Barbie Favorite Pastime: Walking' to and from school with the girls. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Working after school and on Satur- days on the Senior Play scenery, Senior year. Riley: II: Weeks: College Senior PlaY 33 Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Music 1, 3: Girls' Chorus 1: Science Fair Publicity Committee 2. JOYCE MARIE FRANCIS 1558 Beacon St., Waban Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Shapiro's math classes. Ambition: To be a doctor. Bacon: I: Warren: College National Honor Society 2, Treas- urer 3: Homeroom Manager 3: Ral- ly Committee 1, 2: Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 3: Basketball 1, 2: Tennis 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Chemistry Club 3: International Club 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2. ATHUR ERWIN FRANK I5 Commonwealth Park, Newtonville Skippy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Shaw's U. S. History class. Bacon: II: Weeks: College Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Dance Band I: Concert Band 1, 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2. ROBERT FRANK 108 Ridge Rd., Newton Centre Bob Favorite Pastime: Marilyn. I Will to N. H. S.: My absent notes. Beals, I, Weeks, College Publications Board, Boys' Athletic Board, Radio Club, Chess Club. LILLIAN ROBENA FRASER 17 Farmington Rd., West Newton Bobbie Suppressed Desire: To see my brother and my boyfriend become ministers. Favorite Pastime: Being with J. T. D. all the time. Beals, II, Day, College S. 0. S. 1, 2. Now itfs white cards lllllhua I -r 3' 2ii.:.rr.e.a..rLa. litem-. Q-.e..i.iClus . fi - Hin-Muna t A- :' ' - as as rm ..u..u..f Date ge... .1 ,,,,.. hnnlnatni-'runsrnhmnuutheonnluaanrcbhma. ----lidlllhutldtilliilp ........haNtaalun1nparodneu for class ...mmdhgwlbh uf nm: anim ...swf may we ....-.. in 'Bib d Qld ...bC'...hlNtul poor attention in class! -...ann mmm .......a. is u'iva"Q2'if?2..u. " --A-Hi' Chilli!! L 'ff-"f wwe..-.Anil supervision in taking tests ...iw tt ----nur main """"""""' """" f.....hshviornNbkm own no T" ...nz immediately to mm. uma. .fuuauanwun H-mmwmmm www . . lxahhdetnlhnnnvanuidooienni. RICHARD ALFRED FRASER 41 Morrison Rd., Watertown Weasel Suppressed Desire: To own some horses. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Trip to Boston Globe. IIIT, Watertown, Service JOSEPH FRASER 29 Fern St., Auburndale Skip Riley, II, Warren NANCY .LUIS FKEEUMAN 15 Ashmont Rd., Waban Nanci, Red Favorite Pastime: Friday nights at Cafe Yana, all night chats with Judi. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomor year, "the corner." Riley, I, Warren, College Legislature 1, 2, Senior Play 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Newton- ite 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, Dance Committee 2, Tennis 1, Cavalry 2, English 3, French 3, Latin 1, Music 1, 2, 3, Orchesis 1, 2, Outing 1, Fencing 1, Orange Sales 2, 5. CAROLE ANN FREEMAN 93 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre Ca, Caroli Suppressed Desire: To swim in a reservoir. Favorite Pastime: Being mature. Barry, I, Weeks, College Rally Committee 1, Orange Book 2, 59 Tigerama Committee 1, Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, Cavalry Club 2, English Club 2, Orchesis 1, Fencing 1, Caduceans Club 33 Oiiice Work 3. CAROLE RUTH FREEMAN 8 Wenharn Rd., Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Get- ting mixed up with Carole A. Free- man. I Will to N. H. S.: Another tunnel from Building I to Building II. Barry, I, Weeks, College Homeroom Manager 1, Senior Play 3, Rally Committee 2, Newtonian 3, English Club 5, International Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Music Club 1. FREDRIC JOEL FREIDUS 41 Berwick Rd., Newton Centre Freddy Suppressed Desire: To get into the movies without showing my I.D. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The times they didn't steal my car. Beals, I, Weeks, College Homeroom Manager 1, 3, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, Music Club 1, Glee Club 1. SUSAN DIANE FREIDUS 37 Locksley Rd., Newton Centre Sue Favorite Pastime: Trying to keep two steps ahead of him. Ambition: To find my Mr. Right! Beals, II, Weeks, College Rally Committee 1, Orange Shield 2, Art 1, 2, Theatrical Make-Up Club 1, 2. STANLEY RICHARD GAGIN 27 Warren Rd., Waban Stan Favorite Pastime: Standing in front of Building I watching all the girls go by. Ambition: Undecided. Barry, II, Weeks, College Baseball 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. MARC ALAN GALE 43 Sherbrooke Rd., Newton Suppressed Desire: To stop being called "Sir" by "Miss." Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. C.'s history t?J class. Barry: Ig Bigelow: College Homeroom Manager lg English Club 2, 33 International Club 35 Literary Magazine 2, 3. SANDRA ANN GAM 74 Maplewood Ave., Newton Centre Sandy Suppressed Desire: To be the second Gam to put a plug in j.C.'s Bunsen burner. I Will to N. H. S.: A pair of roller skates for anyone who wants to get from the fourth floor of Building I to the third floor of Building II on time. Barryg Ig Weeks, College Spring Musical I, 2, 3g Rally Com- mittee I, 2: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3: Arts Festi- val 2. JOSEPH WILLIAM GARAFALO 19 Maple Park, Newton Centre joe Favorite Pastime: Going up the stairs in Building II on the Htst bell. Ambition: Priesthood. Bacon: II: Watertown High, Col- lege Rifle Club 3. LESLEY N. GARBER 108 Woodchester Drive, Chestnut Hill Les I Will to N. H. S.: A swimming pool. Ambition: To marry my suppressed desire. Beals: Ig Bigelow: College Rally Committee 33 Ushers 2: Archery lg English 2, 33 Inter- national 3g Latin 2, 35 Music 1, 2, 35 Russian 3. SHARON MADELYN GARBER 12 Considine Rd., Oak Hill Suppressed Desire: To see Allan graduate by 1970. I Will to N. H. S.: My "hot" Ford. Barry: Ig Meadowbrook: College Newtonite 25 Tennis 3: Junior Red Cross Council 3: Archery 2: Drama lg Library 2, Orchesis 2: Student Office Secretary. CAROLYN TRIMM GARDNER 7 Holland St., Newton Carrie Suppressed Desire: To have 3 hour lunches and 10 minute peri- ods. Favorite Pastime: Riding the Mer- ry-Go-Round with Rollie at Nor- umbega. Bacon: II: Cambridge High and Latin School: College Rally Committee 3: Golf 3: Tennis 3: Archery 31 Badminton 3g Or- chesis 3. as C -4' Never say die NORMAN GORDON GARON 31 Wesley St., Newton Cornet Farmer , Suppressed Desire: To play in all the football games like D.D. did. Favorite Pastime: Somebody's Liv- ing room. Barry: II, Bigelow: College Legislature lg Civics Committee 2, 3: Homeroom Manager 3: Boys' Athletic Board 33 Orange Shield 3: Baseball 1, 3, Basketball 3: Out- door Track Ig Badminton 1, 2, 3: Volleyball 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Hunting and Fishing Club 1. JOAN GARREY 39 Orchard Ave., Waban Joanson Babe, Windy Suppressed Desire: To make people laugh. Favorite Pastime: Sailing Skiing Dreaming. Riley' II' Warren' College Rally Committee 1 2' Newtonian 3' junior Red Cross Council 1 2 3' Drama Club 2' French Club 2' Library I' Music Club l 2 3' Outing Club 3 Girls' Chorus I T eatri :lite Up Workshop 3 H AINE M GARTE une e Oak Hill L Q x 1 AK 1 H 3 ,a , , 6 Mixed .C rus 22 Drama Festival 22 e . f - - W Q m 1 UQ-Q 9 totr le ga our u e nmyjun- year g " 3 - Br ine ieh'Collet.e v cs L Homeroom 4 R y 2 junior - Q ncil . Y F ite tr ek Getting in and , f imof in. ' ondes M ory of . H. S.: I , . a ' ll ' 'l Q s ' .. in , i y i . .- A wg- me r . by . , Red W L ' 5 " s DAVID A. GASCON 85 Freeman St., Auburndale Dave, CCensoredJ Suppressed Desire: To see you- know-who sign his name without the "II." Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Scoffs. Riley, Ig Warren, College National Honor Society 2, 3: House Civics Committee 3: New- tonian 2, 33 Drama Board 2: Ves- pers 2, 3: Alpha Gamma Tau 31 Drama 1, 2, French I, 2: Music I, 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 33 Arts Festival 2. Newton Institute for the Touch PATRICIA SHARON GATH 28 Bemis St., Newtonville Patti Suppressed Desire: To stop worry- ing -- and talking. Favorite Pastime: Sitting on back steps of Building III. Beals: I: Day: College Legislature 1, 2, 3: Rally Commit tee 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 35 ama Committee 2, 3: Vespers Dance Committee 2: Music 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: S. O. S. 2, 3: Arts Festival 2: Music Night 1: Execu- tive Board of A. F. S. 3. ROBERT DANIEL GATTI 54 Wedgewood Rd., West Newton ' Bob, Gatz Suppressed Desire: To have hair like "Fabian" Barron. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The three M's of Mason's car. Barry: II: Day: College Legislature 1, 2: Homeroom Man- ager 33 Senior Play 3: Drama Festi- val 3: Football 1: Indoor Track 1: Outdoor Track 1: Intramural Sports 1, 3. THOMAS WILLIAM GEARY 28 Emerson St., Newton Nicky Favorite Pastime: Scraping up 51.10. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Senior nights, 1958 and 1959: the parties. Riley: II: Warren: College Homeroom Manager 2: Rally Com- mittee 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Base- ball 1, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2. RICHARD BAZOLL GELTMAN 43 Kingston Rd., Newton Highlands Dick Suppressed Desire: Off to the Tech Tourney with Mr. Poskitt. Ambition: To become a doctor. Barry: I: Weeks: College Legislature 1, 3: Orange Shield 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Cavalry Club 35 French Club 3. X ,jg V W :lf lwV,W NANCY LEE GERSTEIN 863 Chestnut St., Waban Bacon: II: Weeks: College Bowling 2. LINDA GESMER 111 Dane Hill Rd., Newton Highlands Lin Favorite Pastime: Traversing the snowy slopes of Vermont. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: J.C. HalI's Chemistry Class. Beals: I: Quincy High: College Senior Play 35 Drama Festival 2: Science Fair 35 Chemistry Club 35 Drama Club 2: English Club 2, 3: International Club 2, 35 Orchesis 2, 3. SANDRA JEAN GIBBS 101 Fordham Rd., West Newton Sandy, 'Gibbsey Favorite Pastime: Being gullible. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those sleepy 7:30 A.M. Band re- hearsals: The band exchange: all the games and all the fun! Beals: I: Day: College Senior Play 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3: Caduceans 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 2, 3: Dance Band 1, 2: Music Night 1. NANCY LOUISE GIBSON 374 Central St., Auburndale Nan, Nance Favorite Pastime: Going to Ho- Jo's with Dave, Jim Chris, Ann, and Kristy. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Junior year, and all the wonderful kids I've met. Riley: II: Germantown High: Nursing Senior Play 2: Spring Musical 3: Newtonian 2: junior Red Cross Council 2, 3: Vespers 3: Music Club 3: Caducians 2, Vice-President .J Ive' V - . rv " '-.---.- . ' M V' ' ...,,.. 1 V . it f' 5 55:': I A 4 Centre St., Newton Centre ' Z5 ' X Nyaguthii . ":1 ' .AJ ,V ndest Memory of N. H. S.: My ' ' V first view of the U.S.A. ' ,Y Riley: I: Giokhale Girls' School, W Calcutta: College X M V Tennis 35 International Club 3. x an gap! 1 48 GERALDINE GAIL GILBERT 11 Tanglewood Rd., Newton Geri Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My biology class of '58-'59. Beals: II: Meadowbrook: College Rally Committee 1: Junior Red Cross Council 3: Archery 3: Future Teachers 3: Stage Crew Senior Play 3: S. O. S. 1, 2: Homeroom Repre- sentative 1: Bowling 3. 5 JOYCE P. GILES 112 Bullough Park, Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To see the world. Favorite Pastime: Watching Sub- marine Races. Beals: I: Day: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Newton- ite 1: Dance Committee 1: Tiger- ama Committee 3: Tennis 1: French 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Caducean Club 2. PHILIP M. GILES, JR. 148 Warren St., Newton Centre Phil Suppressed Desire: To drop my books down the Building I stair- way. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Last period studies. Beals: I: Weeks: College Chemistry Club 2, 3: Rifle Club 1, 3. Nobody? business ANN ILEAN GILLVAN 17 Winchester Rd., Newton Gilly Suppressed Desire: To get to col- lege. Favorite Pastime: Applying to col- leges. Beals: I: Day: College Homeroom Manager 1: Drama Festival 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 1: S. O. S. 2. ELLEN LEE GILMAN 14 Nottingham St., Newton Centre El Favorite Pastime: WORRYING! I Will to N. H. S.: My brother Bob. May heaven help them both. Beals: I: Bigelow: College French Club 3: Future Teachers 3: International Club 3: Outing Club 2. CURTIS LLOYD GILROY 9 Burdean Rd., Newton Centre Curt Suppressed Desire: To see Mr. Packard retire in 1961. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Chemistry with Mr. Verdun in 231 "to be sure!" Beals: I: Meadowbrook: College Intramural Sports 3: Music Club 3: Rifle Club 33 Marching Band 1, 2, 3: President of Band 3: Band Exchange 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 2, 3: Newton High Dance Band 1, 2, 3. JANIS ARLENE GIROUX 204 North St., Newtonville jan, Iodine Suppressed Desire: To have a beach party in the tunnel when it rains. I Prophesize That: N. H. S. won't die young. Riley: IV: Day: Business Rally Committee 1, 3: Cavalry 3: Outing 3: S. O. S. 3. PAUL F. GLADSTONE 77 Placid Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The joyous ride to the first parking space every morning. I Will to N. H. S.: An air-condi- tioner for the boys' gym. Beals: II: Meadowbrook: College CYNTHIA RUTH GLASSMAN 33 Reservoir Drive, Chestnut Hill Cindie Suppressed Desire: To swim in a reservoir. Favorite Pastime: Answering my window. Bacon: I, II: Bigelow: College Homeroom Manager 2: Rally Com- mittee l, 2: Newtonite 2: Tennis 2, 33 Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Senior Play Committee 3. BERNICE GLORIA GLICKMAN 8 Hallron Rd., Newton Lower Falls Bunny Suppressed Desire: To have Dickie back at N. H. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Meeting Dickie in 2200. Beals: II: Warren: College SANDRA SUE GLICKMAN 35 Travis Drive, Chestnut Hill Sandy Favorite Pastime: Play r bridge with B.B., C.F., and all tn: others. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My neighborhood and S - Glick. Bacon: Il: Bigelow: College Rally Committee 2, 3: Newtonite 2: Tennis 1, 2: Music 3: Senior Play Committee 3. 4' Napoleon II JOAN MARIE GOGUEN 29 Cherry St., West Newton Cuz, joanie Fontlest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Fischer's In English class. I Will to N. H. S.: A new chicken for next year's chicken soup. Beals3 I3 Day: College Civics Committee3 Homeroom Manager 33 Senior Play 33 Drama Festival 1, 23 Rally Committee 1, 23 Newtonian 2, 33 Stage Crew 33 ying Club I, 23 Art Club 1, 2, .3 Arts Festival 23 Art Council 33 7 Studio 33 Literary Magazine 3. GOLD N. H. S.: the Building 1 That: Pg! will soon to th lm. I3 Bi ollege Rally Com ' ee 1, 2, 33 Newton- 8' , 3 ' R ti c 1, 5: f. Jail? rTezfchersro3? Inter- lb J nayal 2, 33 Outing Club 3. STANLEY IRWIN GOLDBERG 67 Austin St., Newtonville Stan Favorite Pastime: Standing at Building III corner at 2:45 and watching all the girls go by. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Merrill's Math class. Barry3 I, II3 Bigelow3 College Legislature I, 23 Homeroom Man- ager I3 Orange Shield 23 Ushers 31 Basketball 13 Football lg Volleyball 1, 23 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 English 2. STEPHEN ALLEN GOLDBERGER 49 Edge Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill Steve Suppressed Desire: To see Mr. Goldman make a mistake in arith- metic. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being one of Miss Hazard's "Little Cherubs." Barryg I3 Meadowbrook3 College National Honor Society 2, 33 Civics Committee 2, 33 Senior Play 33 Newtonian 33 Alpha Gamma Tau 13 Debating Club 2, 33 Meterology I, 2, 33 Literary Magazine 2, 3. STEPHEN HOWARD GOLDBERG 140 Stanley Rd., Waban Goldie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The cafeteria and its luscious menu. Barryg II3 Weeks3 College Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 French Club 13 Cavalry Club 3. CAROL LINDA GOLDBLATT 586 Sawmill Brook Parkway, Oak Hill Park Suppressed Desire: To have a dimple on my chin like Karen D. Favorite Pastime: Being with the girls. Barryg IV3 Meadowbrook3 College Rally Committee 3. ARLEEN SELMA GOLDEN 55 Hagen Rd., Newton Centre Atl Favorite Pastime: Writing Letters to S.M.A. ' Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sum- mer of 59' and the "Happy Five." Bacong II3 Meadowbrook3 College Ushers 33 English 2, 33 Music 2, 33 Orchesis 13 Student Ofhce Secre- tary 2, 3. SHIRLEY I-IARRIET GOLDEN 93 Ripley St., Newton Centre Shirl Suppressecl Desire: To play tennis during class. I Prophesize That: Newton High will live forever. Rileyg I3 Girls' Latin3 College Homeroom Manager 33 French 33 Latin 33 S. O. S. 2, 3. CHARLES GOLDMAN 20 Nobscot Rd., Newton Centre Chas, Chaz Suppressed Desire: To find an un- occupied chair in the cafeteria. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Stephens' math class. Adamsg I3 Boston Latin Schoolg College Newtonian 33 Tigerama Commit- tee 3. SUSAN JANE GOLDSMITH 31 Dorr Rd., Newton Susie Favorite Pastime: Watching peo- ple. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the friends I've made. Adams3 I3 Bigelowg College Orange Book 23 Tigerama Commit- tee 33 Tennis 2, 33 Latin 1, 23 Orchesis 2, 3g Activities Board of the Legislature 23 American Field Service Committee 23 P. T. S. A. Council 33 Junior Class Committee 23 Arts Festival 23 Activities Hand- book Publication 23 Secretary of Activities Commission 33 Senior Class Committee 3. ANN RITA GOLDSTEIN 196 Gibbs St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The people. I Will to N. H. S.: A pair of tired feet. Beals5 I5 Weeks: College Senior Play 35 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Tennis 1, 2, 35 French 1, 25 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 3. BARBARA ROCHELLE GOLDSTEIN 48 Maplewood Ave., Newton Centre Barbi Favorite Pastime: Passing time. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the wonderful friends I've made. Beals5 I5 Weeks5 College Rally Committee l, 2, 35 French Club 35 International Club 35 Jun- ior Red Cross Council 35 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 3. EDWARD JAY GOLDSTEIN 7 Ireland Rd., Newton Centre Eddie Suppressed Desire: To see 100'k Newtonite subscription. I Will to N. H. S.: Sl million for a dog water fountain. Barry5 I5 Bigelow5 College Newtonite 35 Gymnastics 1, 2, 35 Outdoor Track 1, 25 French Club 1, 2, 35 Chairman of Newtonite Booster-Circulation Staff 3. MYRNA GOLDSTEIN 66 Vine St., Chestnut Hill Favorite Pastime: Seeing a certain someone. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: S- Block lunches and my sophomore homeroom with MR. SPINK. Bacon5 II5 Meadowbrook5 College Drama Festival 25 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Tigerama Committee 1, 25 Junior Red Cross Council 1, 25 Music Club 2. SHIRLEY GOLDSTEIN 24 Pine Crest Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: If I knew I'd tell you, but since I don't know, I won't tell you. I Will to N. H. S.: My used as- signment book. Bealsg I5 Weeks: College French Club 35 Future Teachers l, 2, 35 Music Club 3. MARJORY JANE GOLOV 458 Chestnut St., Waban Stinky Suppressed Desire: To fulfill my suppressed desire. Ambition: To be a success. Beals5 I5 Cambridge Academy: Col- lege f"Q IFF I Never-never land PAMELLA J. GOODMAN 66 Forest Ave., Auburndale Pam Favorite Pastime: Planning the D.S.5 Zing it. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: B block studies in 2265 'Liz'. Adams5 I5 Warren5 College Legislature 35 Civics Committee 15 Senior Play 35 Rally 1, 2, 35 Spring Musical 15 Orange Shield 25 Ushers 25 Tennis 25 English 35 Future Teachers 35 Latin 25 Music 2, 35 Spanish 35 Girls' Chorus 15 Class Committee. ANN JUDITH GORDON 52 Kelveden Rd., Waban Gordy Favorite Pastime: Thinking of J.K. Barry5 I5 Warren5 College Future Teachers Club 25 Music Club 1, 2. BARBARA JOANN GORDON 30 Nathan Rd., Newton Centre Barbi, B.G. Suppressed Desire: To get the thing I want the most. Favorite Pastime: Talking. Beals5 I5 Weeks5 College Legislature 25 Senior Play 35 Spring Musical 2, 35 Newtonian 25 New- tonite 35 Vespers 35 Tennis 1, 2, 35 Drama 2, 35 English 35 French 35 Latin 1, 2, 35 Student Office Secre- tary 2, 35 House Commons Com- mittee 35 A Cappella Choir 35 Arts Festival 25 A. F. S. 35 Madrigal Singers 3. JEROME SAUL GORDON 8 Jenison St., Newtonville Jerry Suppressed Desire: To keep a cer- tain desire suppressed. CThey said it couldn't be donej . Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The last period studies. Barryg II5 Day5 College Science Fair 15 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Debating Club 35 Inter- national Club 35 Chess Club 3. SHEILA ANN GORDON 464 Dudley Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Homeroom with Mr. Shaw. Ambition: To be an elementary school teacher. Riley5 I5 Meadowbrook5 College Senior Play 35 Orange Book 2, 35 French Club 1, 25 Latin Clhb 25 junior Class Committee 25 Chair- man of Entertainment and Music at the junior Prom 25 Mistress of Ceremonies at the junior Prom5 Chairman of the Senior Play 3. CAROL ANN GORGONE 25 Star Rd., West Newton Favorite Pastime: Tilly's balloons. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Squishing 255 "Ladies" day at the arena5 The D.S. with Pam. Riley: II5 Warren5 College Legislature 15 Homeroom Man- ager 25 Social Board 25 Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 35 Newtonite 25 Tiger- ama Committee 2, 35 Dance Com- mittee l, 25 Ushers 1, 2, 35 Basket- ball 25 Tennis 1, 25 Archery 15 Future Teachers 1, 25 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Senior Play Ushers Committee 3. FRANCIS PAUL GORGONE ll Star Rd., West Newton Chee Chee Suppressed Desire: To have co-ed gym classes. I Will to N. H. S.: Modern deten- tion halls with reclining chairs and color T.V. Beals5 II5 Warreng College Indoor Track 2, 35 Outdoor Track 2, 3. BARBARA JEAN GORMAN 146 Oliver Rd., Waban Suppressed Desire: To get rid of pigeons in Building ll. Favorite Pastime: Writing activi- ties calendars for Newtonite. Beals5 I5 Warreng College Newtonite 2, 35 Junior Red Cross Council 15 Library 1. S f. 1 - I5 i tgps? K S 'QR xt F Q ei, R I ..... . X 5 . 2. .SX i 'i": . g X S ef F 5 Nags Q 535 N - 1 53. December brzhgs dizzy days ,-,-..---- H BARBARA LOUISE GORNEY 140 Pond Brook Rd., Chestnut Hill Babs Favorite Pastime: Writing letters and buying stamps. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Cornell's French class - simply delightful! Beals: I5 Meadowbrook5 College Homeroom Manager 15 Social Board 35 Newtonian 2, 35 Tiger- ama Committee 1, 2, 35 Ushers 35 Art 35 Orchesis 15 Tigerama Publi- city Chairman 1, 25 Assembly Chairman 2, 3. HOWARD NEIL GORNEY 12 Drew Rd., Chestnut Hill Howie Suppressed Desire: To be principal. of N. H. S. for a day. I Will to N. H. S.: An air-condi- tioned tree house for the corner of Elm Rd. and Walnut St. Beals: I5 Meadowbrookg College Senior Play 35 Drama Festival 1, 25 Rally Committee 35 Newtonian 3 - Advertising Editor5 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 English 35 Latin 25 Music 2, 35 Spanish 35 Jr. Class Committee 25 Arts Festival 2. CAROL JOYCE GOULD 42 Cotton St., Newton Centre Cal Suppressed Desire: For someone to say, "Take off those heels!" I Will to N. H. S.: More pupils like Priscilla. Bacong II5 Bigelow5 College Drama Festival 1, 25 Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 35 Ushers 25 Cavalry Club 35 Drama Club 35 English Club 1, 35 Music Club 3. JOAN CABLE GOULD 24 Brentwood Ave., Newton Centre Joni Favorite Pastime: The visits to Brandeis. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Rossi's adorable smile. Beals5 I5 Weeks5 College Rally Committee 2, 35 Secretary Advertising Staff Newtonian 35 Tigerama Decorations Committee 35 Basketball 25 Tennis 35 Volley- ball 15 Theatrical Make-Up Club 1. SANDRA MARLENE GOULD 36 Commonwealth Park, Newton Centre Sandy Suppressed Desire: To swim in a reservoir. Favorite Pastime: Being Mature. Barry5 I5 Weeks5 College Civics Committee 25 Leader Corps 2, 35 Orchesis 1, 2, 35 Ofhce Work 3. PHYLLIS GOVENAR 44 Parker Ave., Newton Centre Phil Suppressed Desire: To trade-in the car without a back seat for a new Thunderbird. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Waking up at 6:00 in the morn- ing to study for a test. Beals: II5 Day5 College Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Tennis 35 Archery 35 Music 1, 2, 35 Spanish 3. 55 ' ' W . HELEN DYER GOWEN 137 Wood End Rd., Newton Highlands Favorite Pastime: Waiting in front of Mr. Sobol's class, Junior year. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: A certain special graduate of the - Century Class, all the friends I've made. Riley: lg Weeks, College Rally Committee 23 Latin Club 1: ,ik Music Club I, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 1 , N 2,5gACappella I,2,3. M r , J ,fd .1 . ix -W xi -. ft' ' w I S91 JEAN P. GRACEFFA , 7 ' ' i I 9' lgfj '57 Adams St., Newtonville 3 'fi' ' A .A F Jeanne, J.P. x. L ,J-L Favorite Pastime: Listening to the Lradio in the old Chevy but only fvl ' -hearing the A.J.C's. 1 , ' 'W WY Will to N. H. S.: My "silver" X 'I' ' Ufsmile. -' F 1, Bea sg IV, Warren, Business A Le re 2, Rally Committee I, N ' N 1, V f 52153: Tigerama Committee Ig Stu- 5' P if Gjfiu dent Oflice Secretary I. f 'ir Q AJ -3' 1 X PHILIP JOHN GRACEFFA 2 Beech St., Nonantum Phil, Grasshopper Favorite Pastime: Reading Chemis- try books and listening to progres- sive iazz simultaneously. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Hazard and the Lieutenant's Wings, and Willie Winky. Beals: I: Day: College Marching Band 1, 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 3, Dance Band 2, 3. MARTIN LEE GRADY 199 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Marty Favorite Pastime: Holding down the bench in N's ville. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Taking coach Malone's mean pill. Riley: II: Day, College Football I, 2, 3: Indoor Track I, 3, Outdoor Track I, 2, 3. DOROTHY LEE GRAHAM I8 Beaconwood Rd., Newton Highlands Dots, Dotty Favorite Pastime: Cheering for the Newton High football team. Fondest Memory of N."H. S.: "The Snobby Senior." Adams: I, Weeks: College Legislature 1, 23 Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Orange Shield 35 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Council 3: Dance Committee 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2. JOHN LEAVITT GRAHM 487 Ward St., Newton Centre Johnny Suppressed Desire: To be president of my Dad's business while letting him do all the work. I Prophesize That: French will be taught in English instead of in French. Riley: Ig Weeks: College Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Cavalry 2, 3, Chess 2. LINDA LEE GRASFIELD 36 Longwell Rd., Waban Grassy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Rapucchi's expression at the sight of the unhinged closet door resting on the top of his head. I Prophecize That: Mr. Rapucchi will never again open a closet door without his rubber protective suit. Beals: I, Warren: College Drama Festival I, 2: Rally Com- mittee 3g Newtonian 3, Newtonite 2, Stage Crew 3, Art 33 English 1, 3, French 3, International 3, Music 1, 3, Orchesis 1, Outing 3. ROBERT JUSTIN GREELEY 61 St. James St., Newton Bob Suppressed Desire: To go home during 30 last period studies a week. I Prophecize That: N. H. S.'s Building I will fall down in 1961. Riley, II, Bigelow: College JOSEPH HARRIS GREEN 88 Longfellow Rd., Waban Joe Suppressed Desire: To put Echee and J.C. in the same room. ' Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sophomore English with "Doll." Beals: Ig Warren, College National Honor Society 2, 3: Legis- lature 3: Civics Committee 3: Sen- ior Play 3, Drama Festival 2, 35 Rally Committee Executive Board 3: Newtonian Circulation Editor 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2g Alpha Gamma Tau 1, 2, Vice-President 33 Drama 2, 33 Science 1, Chess Club Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer 1, 2, 31 Chess Team 2, 3: Sailing Club Vice-President 35 Literary Committee 35 Semi-Finalist Na- tional Merit Scholarship Program. ff' MICHAEL JEFFREY GREEN 11 Emmons St., West Newton Jef? Favorite Pastime: Listening to Mr. Sutherland's "have and have not" lectures. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Packard and the "German Note- book." Barry, Ig Day: College Legislature 2: Newtonian 2, 3' v Stage Crew lg International Club 33 Assistant Homeroom Manager 23 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. Day q X ALAN STEVEN GREENBLATT 450 Ward St., Newton Centre The Hawk Suppressed Desire: To tackle Stan Liner. Favorite Pastime: Watching the NCSH's murder the Zulus. Barryg I5 Weeksg College Civics Committee 25 Baseball 15 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Senior Class Committee 3. -. 5" k .. . 33,35 is ' S .2 an SUSAN GREENBLATT V '3 Sue .z e 1 - 4 . ' u I 'W , . - . I fi .- ' I 'ut ' K 'U " - 45' WENDY GLYNNE GREENE 32 Puritan Rd., Newton Highlands Supptessed Desire: To see N. H. S. on one floor. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Skiing trips with Outing Club. Rileyg I5 Weeks5 College Rally Committee 2, 33 Newtonian 2, 35 Leader Corps 1, 2, 35 Cavalry 1, 2, 35 Cavalry Club Secretary 35 Debating 15 Drama 15 Music 25 Outing 1, 2, President 3. ROBERT SHELDON GREENHOOD 15 Cross Hill Rd., Oak Hill Bob Favorite Pastime: Counting the minutes till the end of class. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Rossi and that happy year in 224. Bealsg I5 Meadowbrookg College Rally Committee 35 Newtonian 35 Science Fair 2, 35 Football 25 Ice Hockey l, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Chemistry 35 Debating 35 Hunting and Fishing 35 Radio 35 Rifle 2, 35 Sophomore Class Com- mittee 1. KARIN CHRISTINA GREGORY 15 Orchard St., Newton Kiki, K.G. Favorite Pastime: Football games, mixers, Tigerama, and New Hamp- shire. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Rossi and our swingin' homeroom in my junior year. Bealsg II5 Bigelowg College Senior Play 15 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Orange Shield 35 Vespers 3: Dance Committee 15 Stage Crew 1, 25 Cavalry 15 Music 2, 35 Orches- is 15 Sophomore Class Representa- tiveg Student Office Secretary 2. KATHRYN T. GRINNELL 41 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre Kathy, K. G. Favorite Pastime: Being with Jim- my. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior year. Adamsg II5 Weeksg Business Rally Committee 2, 35 Dance Com- mittee 15 Music Z, 35 Outing Club 1, 35 Mixed Chorus 2. DOROTHY SUSAN GRISE 873 Chestnut St., Waban Dotty Favorite Pastime: Daydreaming. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: J. G. in my junior year. Riley5 II5 Warreng College Newtonite 25 Leader Corps 25 Drama 2, 35 Fencing 15 Bowling 2, 35 Rally Committee 1, 25 S. O. S. 2. KARENBETH GROSSMAN 84 Leeson Lane, Newton Centre Karen Suppressed Desire: To have a cer- tain three wishes come true. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: May 3, 1959. Riley5 I5 Weeks5 College National Honor Society 2, 35 Civics Committee 25 Senior Play 15 Drama Festival 25 Rally Committee 15 Newtonian 2, 35 Orange Book 2, 35 Latin 15 International 2. CLYDE ELLIOT GRUBBS 319 Bellevue St., Newton Favorite Pastime: Wasting time trying to find ways to waste time more profitably. I Will to N. H. S.: All that I can't take with me. Riley5 I5 Bigelowg College Debating Club5 International Club 3. HOWARD PETER GUBER 407 Ward St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To have six honor studies on Friday. Favorite Pastime: Lovin' "L". Palmerg I5 Bigelow5 College Legislature 15 Homeroom Man- ager 1, 25 House Manager, Boys' Athletic Board 35 Newtonite 15 Leader Corps 15 Science Fair 2, 35 Ice Hockey 25 Indoor Track 15 Out- door Track 1, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Radio 15 Spanish 35 Psysics 3. . '- at I 1 A s it I 'A P 5, .Q se? 2. w- ..,.,. se is Q.: 5 51.1.5 ,VJ r .I . ,. as K N hi! . I 'X 1' ' 2'-.., RALPH WILLIAM GUZZETTI 213 Hunnewell Terrace, Newton Scooter, Rudy Suppressed Desire: To make a touchdown. Favorite Pastime: Fighting with J. T. Riley5 II5 Bigelowg College Orange Shield 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 35 Indoor Track 2, 35 Outdoor Track 2, 3. PAUL HENRY GUZZI 9 joseph Rd., Newtonville Guzz Favorite Pastime: Playing sports. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Having known so many great kids. Bealsg I5 Day5 College National Honor Society 2, 35 Orange Shield 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: President of the Sen- ior Class 35 President of the junior Class 2. SUSAN ELLEN HAAKE 85 Kingswood Rd., Auburndale Susie Suppressed Desire: To go to col- lege and make something of my- self. Favorite Pastime: Going out with john-O. Bacon5 II5 Warren5 College Homeroom Manager 2, 35 Camera Club 15 Rifle Club 2. ANN CAROL HABLOW 100 Woodchester Drive, Chestnut Hill Suppressed Desire: Drop it and pass. Favorite Pastime: Listening to Karen say, "I like it." Bealsg I5 Bigelow5 College Senior Play Publicity Committee 35 Newtonian 3: French 2, 35 Music 1, 2, 3. PETER ELIOT HALE 15 Lindbergh Ave., West Newton Pete Favorite Pastime: Standing on the corner watching - - -! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the great kids of the 1960 class. Bacon5 II5 Warren5 College Motion Picture Squad 25 Track, Indoor 2: Track, Outdoor 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1. ELIZABETH MARIE HALL 31 Puritan Rd., Newton Highlands Betty Suppressed Desire: To drop some test tubes from the window in 23A. I Will to N. H. S.: My daily box of raisins. Barryg I5 Vincentian H. S., Albany: College Rally Committee 2, 35 Tigerama Committee 35 Stage Crew 3: Tennis 2, 35 French Club 35 Outing Club 2, 35 Reflections Business Staff 3. D01h'a what comes naturally llcli JACQUELINE WHITE HALL 24 Wyoming Rd., Newtonville Jackie - Favorite Pastime: Procrastinating. I Will to N. H. S.: More 2nd vio- lins for Mr. March to pick on! Bealsg I5 Day: College Drama Festival 35 Newtonian 2, 35 Vespers 1, 2, 35 Ushers 2, 35 Drama 2, 35 Music Co-ordinator 35 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Arts Festival 2. THOMAS TANNER HALLAS 88 Clinton Place, Newton Centre Tom Suppressed Desire: To get some- where fanywherej in life. I Will to N. H. S.: More confusion in the cafeteria. Barryg II: Weeks5 College Hunting and Fishing Clubg Rifle Club. HENRY GEORGE HALLET 98 Harvard St., Newtonville George Favorite Pastime: Skipping out of shop. Ambition: To become an engineer. IIIT5 Dayg Service Administrative Aids 1, 2, 3. ELIZABETH STOWELL HAM 457 Wolcott St., Auburndale Beth Fondest Memory of N. H. S.-: "Let's get organized." I Will to N. H. S.: One day of peace for Miss Higgins. Barryg I5 Warren5 College Homeroom Manager 35 Spring Musical 25 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Leader Corps 1, 2, 35 Vespers 2, 35 Tennis 1, 2, 35 Field Hockey 15 International 1, 2, 35 Music 15 Out- ting 1, 2, 3g junior Class Commit- tee 25 Sophomore Dance Comittee 15 junior Prom Ticket Committee Chairman 2: Co-chairman Assem- bly Committee 35 House Civics Committee 35 House Council 3. , z PETER GOODWILL HAMILTON 40 Bound Brook Rd., Newton Highlands Pete, Whity Favorite Pastime: Working on the cars. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Bangor-Newton Band exchange. Barry: I: Meadowbrook: College Legislature 2: Music 1, 2, 3: Band Exchange 2: Band 1, 2, 3: Gym- nastics Club 1, 2: Gymnastics Team 3. RUTH ELEANOR HAMILTON 33 Lill Ave., West Newton Ruthie, Rufus Favorite Pastime: Being late to class. I Will to N. H. S.: Helicopter ser- vice between buildings. Riley: I: Warren: College Ushers 3: Latin 2, 3: Music 3: Out- ing 3: Sophomore Glee 1. Down you go . . MAURICE PERRY HANDEL 11 Kodaya Rd., Waban "Was Mich Worryen." Favorite Pastime: "Breathing" I Will to N. H. S.: A new Fasi- kraftus for the Ferndamp in Build- ing I. Bacon: I: Weeks: College Camera Club 2, 3. BARRY HANDLER 22 Chestnut Terrace, Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: Become Presi- dent ofthe Friday Night Club. I Will to N. H. S.: A new Cafe- teria. Adams: II: Weeks: College Intramural Sports 2. JOANNA MARY HANSBURY 19 Carleton St., Newton Cookie Suppressed Desire: To marry Larry McLaughlin on june 7, 1960. I Will to N. H. S.: My chieldren in about 40 years and my little sister Claire. Bacon: IV: Bigelow: College Legislature 1: Senior Play 1: junior Red Cross Council 1: Science Fair 2: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Archery 1, 2: Softball 2: Volleyball 1, 2: English 1, 2. JOHN FRANCIS HARRINGTON 12 Upham St., West Newton jack Favorite Pastime: Standing in the gorridors watching all the girls go Alinbition: Engineering School or Air Force. Barry: II: Warren: College EDWARD J. HARRIS 7 Pollock Rd., Cochituate Favorite Pastime: Playing football and baseball. Ambition: None. IIIT: Wayland High: Service Homeroom Manager: Orange Shield: junior Red Cross Council. MARTHA LEAH HARRISON 28 Dorcar Rd., Chestnut Hill Suppressed Desire: To go home on a last period study. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Bio and Chem classes and the Sen- ior Play. Adams: I: Meadowbrook: College Senior Play 3, Student Director: Newtonian 2, 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 3: Chemistry Club 3: French Club 2: Future Teachers 1: Music Club 2, 3: Outing 1: Fencing 1: Arr Board 3: Theatrical Make-Up Workshop 1. ELLEN HARTSTONE 296 Woodward St., Waban El, Hearthrob Favorite Pastime: "Weekend Whis- ters." Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The summers of '58 and '59 and Febru- ary at U. of M. Adams: I: Weeks: College Civics Committee 3: Senior Play 3, Ticket Committee: Rally Commit- tee 1, 2: Ushers 1, 2: English Club 3: French Club 2: Latin Club 2: Theatrical Make-Up Workshop 1: S. O. S. 3. JUDITH HASSELL 15 Fair Oaks Ave., Newtonville Judy Suppressed Desire: To see the First five minutes of a Newton High football game. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Band rehearsals at 7:30 A.M. in the morning. Beals: II: Day: College Archery 1: Softball 1: Music 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Bowling 1, 2, 3, . 5,91 cf' 3,139 OL 'nigh Q 4 W m St. est . H. ' All t rumbs fr bloc Am ition: Mund ird. mile ' , II: C C X' no 'J R l ommi 2: Mu ic , Out- kjff mg , unior Prom D A -,P EDWARD FRANCIS HAVEY 14 Roland St., Newton Highlands Eddie, The Irishman Favorite Pastime: Walking Martha. I Will to N. H. S.: More "wild" study halls. - Riley: I: Meadowbrook: Service Ushers 2: Track, Outdoor 2: Cross Country 1, 2: Class Committee 2: junior Prom 2: A. F. S. Committee 3. MARIE KATHLEEN HAWKES 55 jefferson St., Newton Corner Favorite Pastime: After school sports. Ambition: To publish a book titled "A Thousand and One Excuses For Not Doing Homework." Beals: II: Bigelow: College Basketball 1, 2, 3: Tennis 1: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Archery 2: Bad- minton 1, 2: Softball 1, 2, 3: Vol- leyball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Cavalry 3: Outing 1, 2, 3. EVELYN BARBARA HAYES 48 Waverley Ave., Newton Barb, Barbie, Hazel Suppressed Desire: Not to be called Evelyn. I Will to N. H. S.: Its own ambu- lance and stretcher crew for foot- ball games. Beals: I: Bigelow: College Spring Musical 1: Newtonite 2: Orange Book 2, 3: Art 1: Drama 1, 2, 3: Music 1, 3: Outing 1, 3: Science 3. MARJORIE CHARLEEN HAYES ll Washburn Ave., Auburndale Mariie Suppressed Desire: To be with a 1' IN certain person. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The L day I leave. Barry: II: Saint Mary's - Rally Committee 3: Basketball 3: Archery 3: Badminton 3: Softball' 3: Outing 3: Home Economics 3, ABIGAIL STERLING HAZEL 175 Mt. Vernon St., West Newton Abby Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Squishing 25. Riley: I: Warren: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Music Club 35 Outing Club lg Newtonite Circulation Staff 1, 2: S. O. S. 2, 3: Arts Festival 2: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. Q27 Q Down yonder where the devil rules ROBERT TRACEY HECKMAN 38 Walker St., Newtonville Bob Suppressed Desire: To get a Pilot License while at N. H. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sophomore and junior homerooms with Harvey. Barry: I: Day: College Legislature 1: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Aviation 1, 2: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3. JOHN LYMAN HEELS 131 Lake Ave., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To be a success. I Will to N. H. S.: My stool in the cafeteria. II: Weeks: College Camera Club 2: Riiie Club 1, 2. SUSAN THERESE HERN 104 East Side Parkway, Newton Tude, Sue, Therese Favorite Pastime: Hiooing. Ambition: To have everyone hear me without repeating. Beals: I: Bigelow: College Civics Committee 2, 3: Homeroom Manager 2: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Newtonian, Co-ordinator 3: Vespers 2, 3: Basketball 3: Ten- nis 3: Drama Club 1, 2: French Club 3: International Club 3: Latin Club 3: Music Club 1, 2: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Arts Festival Hospital- ity 2: Central Civics Committee 3: Publications Board 3: Rally Com- IIIT: Day: Service JOHN FRANCIS HERRING 450 Crafts St., West Newton Fish Suppressed Desire: To get a date with Miss Wormser. Ambition: Attend Boston College to play Pro Baseball. Beals: II: Our Ladys: College Orange Shield 3: Science Fair 2: Baseball 35 Basketball 3: Football 3: Intramural Sports 3: Hunting and Fishing 3: Rifie 3. JAMES EDMUND HIGGINS 341 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Higgi Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being in Mr. Sobol's English class. I Will to N. H. S.: An offset de- partment for Mr. Reppucci. IIIT, Day, Service JJ GF x GAIL HIGGINS West Newton Huggie To go to Michi- H. S. : All teachers. Doing it the hard way ROBERT M. HERSHMAN 21 Fox Lane, Newton Centre Bob, Hersh Favorite Pastime: Standing on the corner watching all the girls go by. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Suthetland's homeroom in 1958 - 1959. Rileyg Ig Meadowbrook: College Homeroom Manager lg Science Fair 2: Volleyball 1, 2, 3: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, Camera Club l, 2, 3. STEPHEN IRA HERSHOFF 6 Salsbury Rd., Newton Steve Suppreseed Desire: To graduate. I Prophecize That: The I.B.M. machines will prove successful. Adams: lg Boston Latin, College Intramural Sports 1, 25 Music Club 2: Concert Band 1, 2, 33 Marching Band l, 2. ELEANORE LOUISE HEUBACH 79 Randlett Park, West Newton Ellie Favorite Pastime: Dropping in at parties. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The football games and all the wonder- ful kids l've met. Barry: Ig Day, College Senior Play Make-Up Committee 35 Spring Musical 23 Rally Commit- tee 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 1g Tigerama Committee 25 Vespers 1, 2, 3, Senior Play Usher 3: Tennis lg Archery 1, Music 1, 2, 35 Outing 1, 2, 3. SELBY JANET HICKEY 215 Temple St., West Newton Sel, Selb, Sleb Suppressed Desire: To ski at Davos, Switzerland. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My AFS summer in Switzerland: Dr. Peltier. Riley, lg Warren, College National Honor Society 2, 3: Legis- lature lg Civics Committee 2, 39 Publications Board 3, Rally Com- mittee lg Newtonian Editor 33 Leader Corps 1, 2, 3g Stage Crew 1, 21 Drama 1, 23 International 2, 3: Music lg Outing 1, 2: A. F. S. Exchange Student 23 A. F. S. Com- mittee 2, 33 Student UN Council 25 P. T. S. A. Fund-Raising Com- mittee Zg Sophomore Prom Com- mittee: junior Prom Committee: Girls' Chorus 13 Newtonite Mail- ing Staff 1, 2. beats-.-U -sr. .fs 22:14-4 sw: ' A z. S tif RUTH HILLS 40 Hinckley Rd., Waban Penny, H-I-L-L-S Favorite Pastime: Scoffing Knee- land. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Dave, Squishing 25, the Cape, Lady's Day at the Arena. Beals: II, Weeks: College Legislature 33 Rally Committee 1, 2, Cheerleaders 33 Leader Corps 2: Dance Committee 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3: Orchesis lg Outing 2, 33 Class Committee 2, 3. MARJORIE SYLVIA HILTON 20 Haynes Rd., Newton Centre Marjy, Marge Suppressed Desire: To be five feet tall. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The great times with the littlest angel and her music master. Adams, Ig Meadowbrook, College Legislature 2, Homeroom Manager lg Senior Play 1, 2, 35 Drama Festi- val 1, 2, 3, Rally Committee 2, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 33 Leader Corps 35 Stage Crew 1, 2, 35 Ushers 2, Archery 2: Debating 3: Drama 2, 3g French Club 2, International Club 39 Literary Magazine 2, 33 Senior Night 1, 2, Arts Festival 2. JANE C. HIRSH 155 Hartmann Rd., Newton Centre Nurse Jane Suppressed Desire: To convince him. Favorite Pastime: Thinking too much. Adams, Ig Meadowbrook, College Senior Play Committee lg Stage Crew: Fencing. ROGER SMITH HOEH 971 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Hoey, Smitty, Specs, Hi-Ho Suppressed Desire: To have a last period study. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Classes with Mr. O'Donnell and Miss Stone. Ig Weeks, College Central Civics Committee 3: Ushers 25 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 1, President 2, 3: Chairman Adams House Civics Committee 3. JUNE HELENE HOFFENBERG 46 Roosevelt Rd., Newton Centre Hoffe Suppressed Desire: Do away with nightly pin ups. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Working in Guidance Ofhce. I: Meadowbrook: College Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2: Rally 1, 2, 3: Tigerama 2, 3: Ves- pets I, 2, 35 Ushers 2, 3: French 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers 1, 2: Music I, 2, 31 Outing 2: Student Office Secretary 1, 2, 3. SYDNEY BOWERS HOLDEN 54 Bothfeld Rd., Newton Centre Syd I Will to N. H. S.: My I000th yellow slip. I Prophecize That: Termites will topple Building I. Riley: II: Weeks: College Homeroom Manager 1: Football Manager 1, 2. Didn ? do it ALBERT PERRY HOLT 19 Forest St., Newton Highlands Perry I Will to N. H. S.: My 1949 Olds- mobile, wherever it is. Riley: I: Weeks: College PATRICIA ANN HOOPS 24 Regina Rd., Auburndale Pat, Steve Suppressed Desire: To race at Nor- wood in the "Ford." Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: That parking space on Lowell Ave. Barry: I: Warren: Service Rally Committee 3: French 3. FKIBLILLA ANN HUYKIND 11 Willard Sr., Newton Pris Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My quiet junior homeroom. I Will to N. H. S.: Twice the school spirit for twice the school. Riley: I: Bigelow: College Rally 2, 3: French 3: Music I, 2, 3: Orchesis 2: Outing 1, 2: Chorus 1: Student Ofhce Secretary. CAROL ELAINE HOPWOOD 1330 Commonwealth Ave., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To be 5'4". Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The rallies. Riley: II: Warren: College Legislature: Rally 3: Archery I, 2, 3: French 2, 3: Outing 3: Student Office Secretary. ELLEN MARY HORAN 312 Centre St., Newton Corner Ellie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Rossi and Mr. MacDonald. Ambition: Practical Nurse. Riley: IIIB: Weeks: Business WILLIAM HAROLD HORN 46 Central Ave., Newtonville Horney Suppressed Desire: To get a Blue Card!!! Favorite Pastime: To go to a swell beach party. Bacon: IV: Day: Service Band 2, 3: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2. RONALD CHARLES HORWITZ 380 Waban Ave., Waban Ronny Suppressed Desire: To get a blue card. Bacon: II: Warren: College Homeroom Manager 1: Tigerama Committee I: Track, Outdoor 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Rifle Club 1. HERBERT A. HOWARD 35 Cotton St., Newton Centre Herb, Teddy Suppressed Desire: To become the Russian Premier. Favorite Pastime: Going down to the Corner Store. Riley: II: St. john's Prep, Puerto Rico: College Legislature 2: Civics Committee 3: Rally Committee 3: Football 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: English Club 2. . W.. By - A . if-" Delinquintis doom at MAUREEN ANN HOWLAND 19 Howard St., Newton Moe Suppressed Desire: Having class in the trade school for girls. Favorite Pastime: Flirting with the Bigelow: Business SYLVIA BETTE HUBERMAN 39 Homewood Rd., Waban Sylvi Suppressed Desire: To choose a black cover for the Orange Book. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Green Pastures." Adams: 1: Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Civics Committee 2: Homeroom Manager 1, 2: Senior Play 3: Opera 2: Drama Festival 1: Rally Commit- tce 1: Newtonite Circulation 1, 2, 3: Orange Book Editor 2: Music Board Chairman 3: Arts Commis- sion Chairman 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. BARBARA ANNE HUNTER 24 Garden Rd., Newton Muflie Suppressed Desire: To make cheese- burgers at live in the morn- ing. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those three hour telephone conver- sation with my "brother," Adams: I: Bigelow: College Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Stage Crew 1: Ushers 2: English Club 1, 2: Home Economics 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1, 2: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Student Oliice Secretary 1, 2. JOAN MARTHA HUNTER 143 Rowe St., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To never be late to my classes. Favorite Pastime: All the good times with the j.M.B's. Barry: II: Warren: College Rally Committee 2, 3: Future Tea- chers 1, 2, 3: Music 3. N f ' f rar - wf- 4 MS. ,fi K, i ra. I Je' f .. xx W X1 3 E si Q. N is N Q sys . 5 Qi? ,Y s 2255:-Pi X ' ' . r 3 M. . . S. .. RN I - as --up J ,-,.-' iiyiiiiiwf safe be TT :-sl sf gv?S,fl5?.g-HFSHE ' .. t 1 . . F -at 4 Kgs sg:-5-lezitxi-getLifayzsfstsfe-1.1: ::5.:--.eerie src- ra- 5: K . K 3 CHARLOTTE ANN HUNTINGTON 139 Sumner St., Newton Centre Char, Chorlie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Riding home from the football game with the team and stage crew. I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Miss Allen and Mr. Chase. II: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Tiger- ama Committee 2: Vespers 2, 3: Stage Crew 3: Music Club 3: Out- ing Club 1: A Cappella Choir 2, 3: S. O. S. 2, 3. JUDITH ANN HURLEY 17 Fairway Drive, West Newton Judy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Spanish for 3 years in 321. I Will to N. H. S.: One pair of slightly tight band pants. Riley: I: Day: College Future Teachers: Music 3: Spanish 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 2, 3: Music Night 1, 2, 3. BARBARA LEE HUSTON 39 Churchill St., Newtonville Barbie Suppressed Desire: To have seven League boots. Ambition: To accomplish all the many things I'd like to start. Riley: I: Day: College Legislature 1: Homeroom Manager 1: Rally 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 3: Tennis 1: Cavalry 3: Music 1, 2, 3: Outing 3: Junior Class Committee 2: S. O. S. 1. FRANCES IRMA HYMANS 483 Boylston St., Newton Centre Franc, Fran Suppressed Desire: To have what I want. Favorite Pastime: Planning week- ends with Bev. Riley: II: Weeks: College Homeroom Manager 3: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2, 33 Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3: Theatrical Make-Up 2, 3. BARBARA ELLEN INDURSKY 25 Mignon Rd., West Newton Barbie Suppressed Desire: To drag a "59" Olds. and beat the guy driving. Favorite Pastime: Going to the li- brary. Barry: Il: Warren: College Spring Musical 2: Rally Commit- tee 3: Basketball 3: Tennis 3: Soft- ball 3: French 3: Music 3: Outing 2, 3. SUSAN LINDA JACOBS 32 Mason Rd., Newton Centre Fluff Suppressed Desire: To suppress my one desire. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore Year in Building I. adams: II: Weeks: College lly Committee 1: Junior Red Cross Council 1: Dance Committee 5: glrchesis 2, 3: Tennis 1: S. O. S. NATALIE Eusasnrx-r JAROSH Z8 Converse Ave., Newton Suppressed Desire: To be the first woman to land on the moon. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The books I read during Newton Plan Lectures. Adams: I: Bigelow: College Stage Crew 35 Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2: Tusitala 1. ANN JARRELL 173 Allen Ave., Waban Ann-J Suppressed Desire: To sail around the world on the "Yankee." Eondest Memory of N. H. S.: U. S. History Class. Riley: I: Weeks: College Rally 2, 35 Junior Red Cross Coun- cil 1: Basketball l: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Softball 1: International Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Out- ing Club 2, 3: Junior Class Com- mittee 2: Sophomore Girls' Chorus 1: Sophomore Glee Club 1. CATHERINE ROBERTA JEPSEN 11 Kilburn Rd., West Newton Cathy Eondest Memory of N. H. S.: Spending three years thinking of a fondest memory. I Will to N. H. S.: My over-used pedometer. Adams: I: Warren: College Girls' Athletic Board 2, 3: Rally Committee 3: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Leader Corps 1, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Softball 1, 2, 35 Volleyball 3: Out- ing Club 2, 3. ' A MARIANNE JOHNSON 727 Centre St., Newton Centre - Lover Suppressed Desire: To have a dra in my Ford against Mauren's Merc. Eondest Memory of N. H. Chewing gum in class. f Barry: II: Arlington: College Rally Committee 3: Cavalr 3 3: Meteorology 3. Y S 3 - . Home Economics 3: Outing Club f-" i I X In NANCY ELSIENA JC 473 Waltham St., West Newton Nan Suppressed Desire: To get all "A's" on my Report Card. I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Gradone. Beals: IV: Warren: Business Newtonite 2, 3: Rally Committee 3. RALPH WALTER JOHNSON 383 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Jr., Tuffy Suppressed Desire: To get out of N. H. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Go- ing home on the Charlesmont bus after school. Bacon: Il: Meadowbrook: College Intramural Sports 2, 3. December 23rdf WILLIAM EDWARD JOHNSON 29 West Pine St., Auburndale Bill Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Wormser's Problems Class. I Will to N. H. S.: A new lab for J.C. Hall. Barry: II: Warren: College Stage Crew 1. PATRICIA ANN JONES 61 Page Rd., Newtonville Pat I Will to N. H. S.: Four brothers and one sister. Ambition: To travel all over the world. Beals: II: Day: College Intramural Sports 1. EDWARD LAKE JONES 67 Bow Rd., Newton Centre Eddie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Taking four lunches. I Will to N. H. S.: My gym suit and towel. Adams: II: Weeks: College Legislature 2: Rifle 1: Band 1, 2. NANCY E. JORDAN 169 Islington Rd., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To have an- other summer like '59. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: SQUISHING 25, 1958-59 Hockey games. Riley: II: Warren: College Rally 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 2: Tigerama Committee 2: Dance Committee 1, 2: Science Fair 2: Tennis 2: Home Economics 2: Sophomore Girls' Chorus 1: Out- ing Club 1, 2. Q ---. s -11.-.-,, NANCY ELLEN JOSEPHSON 121 Cabot St., Newton Suppressed Desire: To be on the football team. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: U. S. History in 333 and English in 1328. Barry, I, Day, College Rally Committee, Vespers 1, 2, French 2, 3, Future Teachers 3: Music 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Class Committee 3. ALFRED HILAIRE JOYAL 24 Olney St., Watertown Alfalfa Favorite Pastime: Girls. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Leaving. IIIT, St. Patrick's, Service Homeroom Manager 1, 2, Boys' Athletic Board 1, 2, 33 junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 33 Stage Crew 32 Science Fair 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2. STEPHEN EDWARD JOYCE 11 Charles Bank Terrace, Newton Cv Suppressed Desire: To have 5 last period studies. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Hazards History Class. Barry, I, Bigelow, College Homeroom Manager 1, Track In- door 1, 3, Track, Outdoor 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, Debating 1, 3, International 2, 3, Latin 1, 2, Rifle 1, 2, 3, Spanish 3, Arts Festival 2. LESLIE REBECCA KAHN 95 Montrose St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: North Conway Ski trip in my Jun- ior year. I Will to N. H. S.: IBM machines to run the IBM machines. Adams, I, Bigelow, College Legislature l, 2, Civics Committee 3, Rally Committee 2, 3, Drama Festival 1, Orange Shield 3, Tiger- ama Committee 1, 2, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, English Club 2, 3, French 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3. TTS' , . r E 1 X. si Ts' S Qzsasm-his 2133 January brings college jitters SARMA MARIJA KALNAJS 55 Ashton Ave., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Buying bus tick- ets. I Will to N. H. S.: Ten more Mr. Packards. Riley, I, Day, College Legislature, Rally 1, 2, 3, Vespers, Leader Corps, English, Future Tea- chers 2, Music 1, 3, Girls' Chorus 3. NANCY JOANNE KANE 62 Vfoodchester Drive, Newton Suppressed Desire: To be with j.C. again. Favorite Pastime: Thinking of the wonderful times I had in Florida last summer. Riley, II, Bigelow, College Rally 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, Cavalry 2, 3, Home Economics 1, 2, 3. NORMAN C. KANE 62 Woodchester Drive, Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To have Miss Allen as a teacher. Favorite Pastime: Music. Barry, II, Tabor Academy, College Baseball, Basketball, Football, De- bating Club, Drama Club, Library Club. RICHARD TOBIN KANTER 60 Drumlin Rd., Oak Hill Dick, Tiger Favorite Pastime: Sewing my tail back on again, and again, and again. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: One wing, break a leg, and may the best play win. Barry, I, Meadowbrook, College Senior Play 3, Drama Festival 1, 2, 3, Rally Committee 33 Orange Book 3, Drama Board 3, Tigerama Committee 33 Drama 2, 39 "Tiger" 3, Co-chairman of Rally Committee 3, "All school Dramatic Cast" 2, Glee Club 1. CAROL ANN KAPLAN 81 Cynthia Rd., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Steve O., Richard B., B.B., Barry K. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The fights with my buddy, Penny M. Riley, II, j.E. Burke, College Civics Committee 3, Junior Red Cross Council 3, Basketball 2, 3, Tennis 3, Archery 2, 33 Softball 2, Camera Club 3, Debating Club 3, Music Club 3, 5.0. S. 3. FREDLEE ANN KAPLAN 4 Howley Ave., Newton Centre Freddie Favorite Pastime: Discussing with my "punchy" friends what I would do if . . . Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Charlie's Aunt." Riley, I, Weeks, College Rally 1, Newtonian 1, Usher 2, Tennis 2, Drama 1, 3, English 1, 2, Publicity and Hostess of Arts Festival, Senior Play 3. 65 iv i 5, rg.. 5 -1: GERALD LESTER KAPLAN 59 Hyde Ave., Newton Jerry Favorite Pastime: Having coffee in the Home Ec. room during X block. I Will to N. H. S.: An escalator. Barry, II, Bigelow, College Homeroom Manager 2, Orange Shield 3, Golf 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Spanish 3, Arts Festival Com- mittee 2. JOAN ARLENE KAPLAN 135 Selwyn Rd., Newton Highlands Joni Suppressed Desire: To be a "natu- ral" blonde. Favorite Pastime: Steve, and practi- cing psychology on my friends. Riley, II, Meadowbrook, College Legislature 1, 2, Homeroom Man- ager 1, International 1, 2. PAUL WILLIAM KAPLAN 526 Quinobequin Rd., Waban Suppressed Desire: To be a success in college and in life. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Var- sity Golf matches, strolling through the halls gazing at good-looking girls. Barry, I, Warren, College Spring Musical 2, Dance Commit- tee 1, Basketball 1, 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, Vespers 2, Golf 2, 3, French 2, Arts Festival Host 2, Mixed Chorus 1, A Cappella Choir 2, lst Vice-President of Senior Class, Key Club 3. RICHARD CHARLES KAPLAN 37 Radcliff Rd., Waban Dick Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Arts' Festival. I Will to N. H. S.: Accurate IBM machines. Adams, I, II, Weeks, College International Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Chess Club 1, 2, 33 Boys' Chorus 1. STEPHEN JOSEPH KAPLAN 39 Village Circle, Newton Centre Steve Favorite Pastime: Passing time with Meryl. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: junior year X-Blocks in the home economics department. Bacon, II, Meadowbrook, College Homeroom Manager 1, 2, Senior Play 3, Social Board 3, Junior Red Cross Council 1, Ushers 3, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, Arts Festival 2, House Council 3. BRUCE ALLEN KAUFMANN 29 Royce Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To have 5 last period studies. I Will to N. H. S.: 3,500 Essays for Mr. Sutherland to correct. Barry, I, Weeks, College Intramural Sports 2, International 3, Sophomore Class Representative 2, Hunting and Fishing 1. Jailhouse Rock SALLY PARKER KELLAWAY 31 Wyman Sr., Waban Kitten Favorite Pastime: Being with Don. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the days called off because of snow. Beals, II, Warren, Business Vespers 2, Glee Club 1, A Cappel- la Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 3, Olhce Assistant 1. X J l i AM L , ER . V EL I cf Cotgta t., Newton U Fa ls by M . o Sup d De 'rez XTO swing o t ' iii and thsbgdng. 'I ition: To win a dr ver arry, II, Meadowbrook, l Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, T is 1, Archery 2, 3, Badminton 3. ary Ann in my hot Merc. 5 X J BRENDA MARIE KELLY 60 William St., Newton Corner Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Run- ning from 1450 to 2309 twice a week. I Will to N. H. S.: The locks I have had sawed off my locker. Riley, I, Bigelow, College National Honor Society 2, 3, Homeroom Manager 2, Rally 1, 2, junior Red Cross Council 3, French 3, Music 2, 3, Outing 2, 3. JAMES MICHAEL KELLY 956 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Kel Favorite Pastime: Waiting for the 2:45 bell. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Four lunches. Riley, II, Sacred Heart, College Football 3, Ice Hockey 2, 3. JUDITH ANN KELLY 45 Eliot Ave., West Newton Judy, JK. Suppressed Desire: To relive my three years, especially my Sopho- more year. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Squishing 255 doubling with Con- nie and Tommy up the "T.T." Beals: II5 Dayg College Legislature 25 Homeroom Manager 1, 25 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Orange Shield 2, 35 Tigerama Com- mittee 2, 35 Dance Committee 1, 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Field Hockey 35 Archery 2, 35 Intramural Sports 35 Outing 2, 3. RICHARD KELLEY 78 Walker St., Newtonville Dick Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Coffee breaks in the Ville. Ambition: To be an electronics technician. IIIT5 Dayg Service Junior, Bzg Brother is watching you! THELMA LEE KELTY 1197 Washington St., West Newton Temmy, Tem Suppressed Desire: To see Mr. Sherman in his cavalry outfit. Ambition: To be able to choose wisely. Adamsg IV5 Warren5 College Rally Committee I5 Orange Shield 35 junior Red Cross Council 15 Ushers 25 Tennis 25 Cavalry Club 25 Bowling 25 Modern Dance 15 Nursing Club 2. MAUREEN ELAINE KENNEY 151 Plymouth Rd., Newton Highlands Mo Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Foot- ball season and Mrs. Goldstein's English class. I Will to N. H. S.: More Tiger- ama's like the one on December 5, 1958. Barry: I5 Weeks: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, Co-chairman 35 Outing l, 35 Orange Shield 3. DAVID KENT 39 Prospect Ave., Newtonville Dave KAREN KEOUGH 17 Clarendon St., Newtonville Favorite Pastime: Trips to Scituate. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Foot- ball games. Rileyg I5 Day5 College Legislature 15 Homeroom Manager 15 Rally 1, 2, 35 Newtonian 25 Out- ing 25 Spanish 2, 3. PAUL ANTHONY KERIVAN 29 Fordham Rd., West Newton Little Boneo, Bugs Suppressed Desire: To get a blue card. Favorite Pastime: Twirling a baton with the '59-'60 drum majorettes. Bacon5 II5 Dayg College School Exchange 2, 35 Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 1, 2, 35 Drum Major 3. HARRIETT MERLE KESSLER 19 Carlton Rd., Waban Snips Favorite Pastime: Worrying and weekends. I Will to N. H. S.: All the bruises I've gotten. Adams5 I5 Warren: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Tigerama Committee 15 Junior Red Cross Council 2, 35 Golf 25 Archery 2, 35 Cavalry C b 2, 35 Drama Club . b 9 - 1 iii , w f ' ,ecfiers 35 ,I.Iai1'n iIlti:l3mll:eMTlZi1C Q xjgga Cla-DI, 3, oral 5 1, Girls' Chor- 1 Q ,N I f-3 X , BSO ,O .io -- bg , , ' T' JFEQ 6 7 T9 ff N, WQXZTX. C. qc M -- QBQQIQ G IMBALL C 16Rimm' nRd., Q vI1IefQnLIpp Falls QL -f,,.Supp-ueged Desire: To be a nurse orggnfarchaedlogical exp dition. NIMH to N. H. S.: y brother Scott. i ' ' Rileyg I5 Meadowbrook: College Vespers 2, 35 Archery 1, 2, 35 Ml-1SiC 2, 35 Rifle 1, 2, 35 Caduceans Club 2, 3. PAUL FREDERICK KIMBALL 28 Webster St., Needham Kim Favorite Pastime: Listening to Mr. Houle talk. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day we went to the Navy Yard. IIIT5 Needham Jr. High5 Business K. MARY PARKER KIRK 20 Morse Rd., Newtonville Yogi, Mare Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cheerleading: All the great kids: Weekends. Favorite Pastime: Squishing 25. Palmer: I: Day: College Civics Committee 3: Homeroom Manager 1: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Cheerleaders 3: Leader Corps 3: Ushers 3: Tennis 2: Cavalry 1, 2: Music 1, 2: Or- chesis 2, 3: Outing 2, 3: S. O. S. 2: Drama Festival 2: Class Committee 3. ELLEN RUTH KLEIN 442 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Favorite Pastime: Hunting with j.P., H.R., and P.W. and going up for my license. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: A.S. in my sophomore year, the after- noon H.R. and I went to P.O. with E.P. and the bongo drums I never got! Beals: II: Day: College Homeroom Manager: Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 2: Orange Book 2: Archery 1, 2, 3: Cavalry 1, 2, 3: English 1, 2: Fu- ture Teachers l, 2: Outing 2, 3: S. O. S. 1, 2, 3. NATALIE KLEIN 107 Hagen Rd., Newton Centre Nat Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior U.S. History class: there was never a dull moment. I Will to N. H. S.: All my empty potato chip bags. Bacon: II: Meadowbrook: College Newtonite 2: Ushers 3: English Club 2, 3: Music Club 2, 35 Or- chesis 1: School Office Secretary 3. JOYCE KNEELAND 198 Woodward St., Waban Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Squishing 25, The Cape, Flight 709. Adams: I: Weeks: College Civics Committee 2: Homeroom Manager 2: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 2: Drama Club 1: Latin Club 1: Music Club 1, 2: Orchesis 1, 2: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Arts' Festival 2. JEFFREY RICHARD KOBRICK 9 Grove Hill Ave., Newtonville Kobs Favorite Pastime: Studying Span- ish. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Try- ing to get out of Miss McGuire's Spanish Class. Palmer: I: Bigelow: College Homeroom Manager 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 51 Chemistry 3: De- bating 2: Physics 3. NORMAN PAUL KOHLER 272 Spiers Rd., Oak Hill The Fox Suppressed Desire: To marry the "3" most beautiful women in the world. Ambition: To be a playboy . . . and a good one. IIIT Auto: Meadowbrook: College Administrative Aid 1, 2, 3. ll0 PHRHI H FROM ms fwt' Mm. lust you and me MARSHA BETH KONGIESER 109 Meadowbrook Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: Never to do homework again. Ambition: To be able to buy that dress in the store window. Riley: I: Meadowbrook: College Stage Crew 3: Tennis 1, 2: Music 2: Outing 2. MARJORIE R. KOPANS 155 Waban Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill Margie Favorite Pastime: Shaking with the kids in 1118. I Will to N. H. S.: 1 tunnel from Building I to II. Palmer: I: Bigelow: College Spring Musical 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Ushers 2: Future Teachers 2: Latin 1: Music 2: Spanish 3: Make- Up Committee 2. MARJORIE SUE KOPPEL 43 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Margie, Koppy Favorite Pastime: "Weekend Whis- ters." Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior year and February at U. of M. Adams: I: Weeks: College Legislature 2: Rally Committee 1, 2: Newtonite 2: Ushers 2: Drama Club 1: English Club 1, 3: French Club 3: Future Teachers 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Library 2: S. O. S. 2, 3. PAMELA DOROTHY KOSMO .108 Warwick Rd., West Newton Pam Fqndest Memory of N. H. S.: The day I hooked and didn't get caught. Suppressed Desire: To see one of the teachers who is always saying, "If you hurry, you can make it," go from 1444 to 23E through the tun- nels on a snowy day and make it to class on time in 6 minutes. Beals: IV: Day: Business Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Softball 2. Justice triumphs LINDA SUE KOTZEN 194 Grant Ave., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: New- tonite make-up nights on the fire escape of 1444. I Will to N. I-I. S.: More student teachers. Adams3 I3 Weeks3 College National Honor Society 2, 33 Civics Committee 23 Homeroom Manager 13 Senior Play Committee 33 Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Orange Shield 23 Newtonite 2, 33 French Club 2, 33 Latin Club 13 Junior Class Com- mittee 2. HAROLD FRANKLIN KOWAL 23 Stafford Rd., Newton Centre Boobsie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The gatherings on the corner before and after school. Ambition: To teach chemistry with j.C. and Bert. Barry3 I3 Weeksg College Newtonian 33 Orange Book 2, 33 Basketball 33 Ice Hockey 23 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Cavalry 2, 3. ROBERT ALAN KRAVITZ 11 Nottingham St., Newton Centre Kravie Favorite Pastime: Sunning myself on thc steps of Building I. I Will to N. H. S.: Heat for the tunnels. Bealsg I3 Bigelow: College. Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 33 Library 1, 2, 33 Radio 1, 3. CHRISTINE ANN KRUMM 35 Pleasant St., Newton Centre Chris Favorite Pastime: Talking it over with Laurie. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Squishing 25, the cape. Adams: II3 Weeksg College 33 Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Orange Shield 23 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 33 Ushers 1, Drama Club 13 Latin Club 13 Orchesis 13 Outing Homeroom Managerg Senior Play ly ll Club 1, 23 Arts Festival 2. ,I - X . .. X . .WF se so sf : 'st , 35 H, . s it N , , . ,. it - " ' WT? : ITE.: Q L 55: . ,v 3.2 .X X lf , xml! A NANCY ROPER KUHNS 503 Boylston St., Newton Centre Nance Suppressed Desire: To know what I want to do. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the wonderful people I've met. Adams3 II3 Weeks3 College Spring Musical 1, 2g Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 33 Orange Book 2, 33 Vespers 1, 23 Music Club 1, 2, 3. CLAIRE ELLEN KUSSELL 21 Druid Hill Rd., Oak Hill Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Taking a first period math test after the Senior Prom in my Sopho- more year. I Will to N. H. S.: Catching the eclipse that didn't eclipse. Beals: II3 Meadowbrook: College Senior Play 33 Social Board 23 Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Orange Shield 33 Tigerama Committee 2, 33 Dance Committee 2, 33 Camera 33 English 2, 33 Future Teachers 2, 33 Spanish 2, 33 Office Work 2, 3. NANCY BETH LABB 78 Leeson Lane, Newton Centre Nanc Suppressed Desire: Not to be called Susan. Favorite Pastime: Weekend Whis- ters. Adams3 I3 Weeks3 College Senior Play Committee 33 Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 English Club 2, 33 Future Teachers Club 33 Inter- national Club 2, 33 Music Club 1, 33 Spanish Club 33 S.O.S. 1, 2. WILLIAM DONALD LAKIN 45 Newbrook Circle, Chestnut Hill Sturdly Suppressed Desire: To have all my classes in one building. g Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Walking from 23B to 1306. Palmer3 I3 Meaclowbrookg College National Honor Society 2, 33 I-Iomeroom Manager 23 Science Fair 1: Motion Picture Squad 13 Golf 1, 2, 33 Alpha Gamma Tau 33 Chemistry 23 French 13 Russian 33 Physics 33 Newtonian 3. CANDIDA LALL 77 Smith Ave., West Newton Candi Favorite Pastime: Running New England into the ground. I Will to N. H. S.: An invitation to come to California some day to get warm. Riley3 I3 Everett jr. High, San Francisco3 College Newtonian 33 Newtonite 23 Ushers 33 English 3. JOHN JEFFREY LALLEMAND 39 Rustic St., Nonantum Johnny Palmer: I3 Dayg College Homeroom Manager 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Aviation 23 Hunting and Fishing 1, 2, 33 Rifle 2. LORRAINE AUDREY LAMONT 123 Rand Terrace, Auburndale Booboo Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the kids and the great times. Ambition: To make j.P.H. happy. Palmer5 II5 Warren5 College Civics Committee 35 Homeroom Manager 1, 25 Senior Play 35 Rally Committee 35 Orange Shield 35 Tigerama Committee 25 Junior Red Cross Council 15 Ushers 25 S.O.S. 1, 2, 35 Class Committee 3. RONDA GAIL LANDON 109 Glen Ave., Newton Centre Ronnie, The Spanish Cow Suppressed Desire: More boys bringing cookies from the cafeteria to girls they do not know very well. The cookies are good too. I Will to N. H. S.: My little sister - Lucky N. H. S. Adamsg I5 Weeksg College 5. .vi me .lam session MARK SCHOFIELD LANCASTER 15 Day St., Auburndale Spinach Favorite Pastime: Friday night at Marty's5 S.F.'ing with Popeye. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the classes I skipped in my Junior year. Barry5 II5 Warren5 College Legislature 25 Civics Committee 25 Homeroom Manager 25 Ice Hockey 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Class Committee 1, 25 Rally Com- mittee 35 Orange Salesg Barry House Manager. BARBARA JANE LANDRY 42 Auburndale Ave., West Newton Barbs Favorite Pastime: Those telephone conversations with Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those Love-ily lunches? Adams5 II5 Warren5 College Legislature 25 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Tigerama Committee 1, 25 Tennis 2, 35 Library 1, Orchesis 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 35 Theatre Make-up Committee 2, 3. 1 . '51 --- A . M-is .,. ..,.:,...g1:f,I-an-':-5--,,,,-5..'.f J www, ,mc . . 'mi' felf'?'t"Q 1 V I , ksgfffri - 1. QC- :L wg,-5 15:3 . rffQi?T?z?4i4fY1+".'i's: es., A I , 2 f f ess tr ' ,L-,k,,,3:1 h - ft- ,,,lr,gg5g fi H M i I M, DOROTHEA LANGE 96 Shomecliffe Rd., Newton Dottie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The clay our boat tipped over in the tunnel. Palmer5 I5 Girls' Lating College Newtonian 2, 35 Stage Crew 35 Ushers 25 Badminton 25 Cavalry Club 35 English Club 35 Inter- national Club 2, 35 Latin Club 25 Music Club 2, 35 Outing Club 35 Art Festival 25 Literary Magazine 2, 3. HELEN SUSAN LAPIDO 3 Annapolis Rd., West Newton Suppressed Desire: Eliminate final exams. Ambition: Become an Elementary School Teacher. Riley: I5 Day: College Future Teachers 35 Music 2, 3. NANCY LEE LAPPIN 349 California St., Newton Nan, Nanny Favorite Pastime: Bobby. I Will to N. H. S.: The kids and the Lincoln. Beals5 II5 Dayg College Legislature 25 Homeroom Manager 25 Rally Committee 1, 25 Orange Shield 25 Science Fair 2. CAROL ANN LARSON 28 Heatherland Rd., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To have more of those parties with a certain someone there. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Run- ning down the fire escape from Room 1450. Barry5 II5 Bigelow: College Spring Musical 15 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 junior Red Cross Council 15 Basketball 1, 25 Golf 25 Tennis 1, 25 Cavalry 2, 35 French 1, 2, 35 Future Teachers 2, 35 Music 1, 2, 35 Publicity Staff of the Rally Com- mittee 35 Vespers 1, 2, 3. JUDITH KAY LA RUE 168 Pine Grove Ave., Newton Lower Falls Judie Favorite Pastime: Painting polka dots! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The days joye and I weren't there! Riley5 I5 Warren5 College Drama Festival 1, 25 Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 35 Newtonite 25 Tiger- ama Committee 15 Leader Corps 15 Ushers 15 Drama Club 1, 2, 35 Outing Club 2, 35 S. O. S. 2, 35 French Club 3. ARNOLD ELIOT LASKER 136 Eastbourne Rd., Newton Centre Arny Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: junior homeroom! I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Miss Waters. Bacon5 I5 Weeks: College Track, Indoor 35 Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 35 Drama Club 15 Latin Club 15 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1. ' an 'M . i QS: :M wx . , r 1,1 in '? items QS ilu t so t SN mgsl K t X Q' xii 5' S -152. .. ' ts :W .H its ... K, '3 il tl we 1 gl . SR s S . , QW asm . ' f J .xii Q x t su R: . X is gf . i . . , 4, 5 i i ' ' , .2 F S VQXXQ s SE . K feritol to the rescue JACQUES ANDRE LAUS 9 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Jack Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the different ways my name was pronounced. I Will to N. H. S.: My unsold Sophomore elevator tickets. Beals: I: Bigelow: College French 3: Latin 1: Rifle 3: Chess Club 1, 3. ANTHONY MAGEE LAVELY 304 Central St., Auburndale Tony Suppressed Desire: To have N. H. S. win the Class A Title. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Tigerama: December 5, 1958. Barry: I: Warren: College. Civics Board 3: Legislature 1, 2: Homeroom Manager 1: Drama Festival 2: Orange Shield 33 Orange Book 2, 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2. RONALD BRUCE LAWRENCE 25 White Ave., Newton Centre Sawed Off Favorite Pastime: Shelley. IIIT: Weeks: Service Basketball 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3: Outdoor Track 1, 2. PAMELA JOAN LEAHY 54 Austin St., Newtonville Pam Suppressed Desire: To walk from Building 1 to Building 2 without getting a red nose. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My First chem. lab. experiment. Riley: II: Our Lady: College Senior Play' 33 Drama Festival 3: Rally 2, 3: Outing 2, 3: Make-Up Committee 1, 2, 3. 3 'S ki S A , , 3 ers.. - ii' 'L 2. stsss g - nik jr" . 2 'fin 3 --3. . F, 1,253 , . . . 1,4 I V V, V. . , 5...x HW HENRIETTA LEBOW 28 Byfield Rd., Waban Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the wonderful and sincere friends I've made at Newton High School in the past three years. I Will to N. H. S.: A new cafeteria. Adams: II: Weeks: College Legislature 1: Rally Committee 1, 2: Newtonite 1: Tigerama Com- mittee 2: Cavalry Club 2: English Club 1. DONALD BRUCE LEE 517 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls Bruce, Chin Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Algebra with Miss Crehan and the boys. I Will to N. H. S.: New corvettes for drivers' ed. Barry: II: Warren: Service JEFFREY STUART LEE 11 Scotney Rd., Chestnut Hill Jeff Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Foot- ball and Miss Hazard's History class. Ambition: None! Just ask anyone who knows me. Barry: I: Meadowbrook: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Homeroom Manager 2: Drama Festival 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Football 1, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 1, 3: Russian 3: Barry House Council 3: House Treasurer 3. RONALD JOSEPH LEGER 51 Underwood Ave., West Newton Ronny Suppressed Desire: To be a success in whatever I do. Favorite Pastime: Doing things that I shouldn't and going places that I shouldn't. Bacon: IV: Day: College Baseball 1, 2, 3: Track, Indoor 3. PAULA ANNE LEGERE 58 Hood St., Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My New Hampshire summers. Ambition: To be a Navy Nurse. Adams: I: Bigelow: College Homeroom Manager 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2: S. O. S. 1, 2. JOYCE TOBY LENOX 46 Athelstane Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those never ending rehearsals. Riley: I: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Rally 2, 3: Newton- ite 3: Tennis 2, 3: Drama 3: English 1, French 2, 3. 3 Y.L lXqXN , ,lil " Tl 'iii 1 TIN! ot-14 1? -'Q xgxjx-YQ-,xX ' -v 2 1 -QDL ' ,sdvcx MM Citsix 72 ROBERT HOWARD LENOX 46 Newtonville Ave., Newton Bob I Will to N. H. S.: The diving suit I used in the tunnels on rainy days. I Prophecize That: Newton High will get the elevators working in two years. Bealsg Ig Bigelowg College National Honor Society 2, 35 Homeroom Manager 35 Orange Book 25 junior Red Cross Council 1, 2: Science Fair 15 Intramural Sports 35 Rifle 1, 2, 35 Assistant House Intramural Manager 3. JUDITH EILEEN LEONARD no ei 2007 Commonwealth Ave., XX-4.0 Ei X X2 Auburndale Judie Favorite Pastime: Being with and talking with the JMB's about our problems and plans for the future. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the great kids I have met and the wonderful friends I have made in my three years of High School. Adams: IV5 Warren5College Rally Committee: Dance Commit- tee: Archery. PATRICIA MARY LEONE 16 Woodrow Ave., Newtonville Patty, Pat Favorite Pastime: Dave. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Newton High School! Barryg I5 Dayg College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 25 Tennis 35 Class Com- mittee 25 House Council 35 Archery 3. PAUL NEAL LEVENSON 17 Garner St., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Waiting for 2:45. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Listening to Mr. Peterson's jokes in math class. Barry: Ig Bigelowg College Legislature 25 Science Fair 25 Track, Indoor 15 Intramural Sports 35 Chemistry 35 International 2. STEVEN NATHAN LEVIN I2 Nickerson Rd., Chestnut Hill Steve Suppressed Desire: To graduate with all A's and with a full scholar- ship to M.I.T. Ambition: To set the world speed record on my Chrysler-powered Vespa. Beals: Il, Meadowbrook: College Homeroom Manager 15 Orange Shield 2, 3, Motion Picture Squad lg Hunting and Fishing 1, 2. PHYLLIS ANN LEVINE 30 Philbrick Rd., Newton Centre Phil Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Our small Senior car pool. I Will to N. H. S.: My indefinite detentions. Bealsg II: Meadowbrookg College Rally Committee 1, 2g Ushers 1, Cavalry 1, 2, 35 Future Teachers 35 Library 25 Art Manager 1. ALAN CHARLES LEVITAN 282 Homer St., Newton Centre Bookie Suppressed Desire: To beat the numbers. Fondest Memory of N. H, S.: See- ing a Newton High flag wave proudly from Brookline High's flag pole. Beals: I5 Weeksg College Legislature 15 Civics Committee 25 Homeroom Manager 1: Newtonian 2, 35 Newtonite 2, 35 Tigerama Committee 35 Ushers 2, 35 Track, Indoor 15 Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Latin 1: Science lg Biology Club 1: junior Class Committee 2: Senior Class Committee 3: Literary Magazine 2: P. T. S. A. Circulation Committee 2: Honor Study Proctor 2. DIANA LEES 53 Elmore St., Newton Centre Di Favorite Pastime: Writing a his- tory book for Mr. Holmes. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The party for Mr. Harrer at the end of the sophomore year and the lobster that attended it. Riley: Ig Weeks: College Senior Play 35 Drama Festival 2, 35 Civics Committee 2: Rally 1, 29 Orange Shield 35 Ushers 2g Archery 1: Alpha Gamma Tau 1, 2, 35 Drama 2, 35 Library 1, 23 Editor of Reflections 35 Arts Festival Ticket Committee 2. SARITA LIEF 32 Park Ave., Newton Favorite Pastime: Wondering what I don't have to do for homework. I Will to N. H. S.: My oversized band uniform. Riley, Ig Bigelow: College National Honor Society 2, 35 Sen- ior Play 3g Band Exchange 25 Cavalry 33 French 1, 2, 35 Music 2. we . gi 'EY 1 it 1 STEPHEN SOLOMON LEWENBERG 41 Longfellow Rd., Waban Suppressed Desire: To do well in French. I Will to N. H. S.: The "glorious" House Plan. Barryg 1: Warreng College Newtonian 3: Science Fair 25 Intra- mural Sports 15 Camera 35 Inter- national 2, 3g Radio 2, 35 Football Manager 1, 2, 35 Basketball Mana- ger lg President of Sailing Club 3. fust keq i 'N A ,.q .QQ ' ' sg? -' -E1 .5 .. 'pe - . ff is 1 gf 5 I 'T Y H 2' " le , . ,li . :QC E , Z - t -4 if IW 5 5 'Q-Y s 'tg' ft .f .ft qmafiv -i 1,63 A ie! kid . A V' if 'iz X 1-lk ' . . I". is I if -. . It .Q .QA , - Jig' stgiliilgiif ,s..s.. . wt is .ly .- in c .. Q QR , 'N gig ffl- , :tm-Q t X K at X J - t if me X it XXI 5 X., 1 G N X W sg. 5 , g n A .X-sf-1s -my fwsgf- f x K K - at GRETCHEN KATHERINE LILLIS 291 Tremont St., Newton Suppressed Desire: To grow about 3Mg" taller. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The trip to N.H. with the Outing Club in my Junior year. Beals: II: Bigelow: College Homeroom Manager 25 Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 35 Rally Com- mittee 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 3: Junior Red Cross Council 2, 3: Vespers 25 Golf 2: Tennis 2: Archery 3: Drama 2, 35 Music 2, 33 Outing 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 2: Mixed Glee Club lg Mixed Chorus 3: Newtonian Representative 2. STANLEY IRA LINER 214 Auburn St., Auburndale Stan Suppressed Desire: To be the same size as Nancie. I Will to N. H. S.: All of jerry's sweaters. Barryg II: Warren: College Homeroom Manager 13 Track, In- door lg Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3: Volleyball 1, 23 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Science 1. ENID DEBORAH LINSKY 41 Old Farm Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To have some- one look up to me. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Creedon's English class Sophomore year. Barry: Ig Meadowbrookg College Legislature 33 Civics Committee 2, 33 Homeroom Manager 2: Senior Play 3: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: English 1, French 33 Music 1, 2, 3. wdlklh ' ELEANOR ANN LITTLE 216 Highland St., West Newton Amazon Suppressed Desire: To be able to play every instrument in the world to concert perfection. Favorite Pastime: Helping Payson get the 1938 LaSalle convertible coup on the road before 2000 A.D. Beals: Ig Warren, College Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Junior Red Crcss Council lg Vespers 1, 2, 3: Science Fair Honorable Mention 1, Music 2, 35 Senior Play Make-Up Committee 3: Dido and Aeneas 2. PHILIP CHARLES LIVINGSTON 58 Rochester Rd., Newton Phil, Doc Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mrs. Keeney's aggravating, unworkable blackboard compass. I Will to N. H. S.: A pair of scis- sorsito the house offices with which to cut red tape. Beals: Ig Bigelow: College Library 1, 2, 3g Literary Magazine Staff 3. WILLIAM JOSEPH LOCATELLI 10 Glenmore Terrace, Newton Highlands Bill Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: S Block. Riley: II, Weeks: College PAUL ALAN LOCHIATTO 59 Crafts St., Newtonville Loch Favorite Pastime: Taking a coffee break in Newtonville. I Will to N. H. S.: One used pencil for Mr. Benson. IIT: Day: Business JANE CAROL LOEW 60 Hull St., Newtonville Janie Suppressed Desire: To experience a fire drill during "C" lunch. I Will to N. H. S.: The 8:25 bell and my assignment book. Barry: Ig Day: College Rally Committee 3: Tennis 13 French 2, 35 Outing 1, 2, 3. RITA ANN LOMBARDI 43 Elmwood St., Newton Corner Lom Suppressed Desire: To win j.M.'s heart. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the great kids and teachers. Bealsg Ilg Bigelow, Business Homeroom Manager lg Rally Com- mittee lg Tigerama Committee 1: Usher 1: Tennis 1, Outing Club 1. HARRIET ELLEN LONDON 135 Dedham St., Newton Highlands Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All of the students I have met during my high school years. I Will to N. H. S.: Strength and courage to all future seniors. Riley: II: Meadowbrook: College Rally 2, 33 Newtonite 2, 3: Ushers 2, Drama 2, 3: Spanish 2, 3, S. O. S. 3: Health Club 2, 3: Span-' ish Club Treasurer 3. i A l C A ...B Tisi ij Y .Y M X as 1 V ?ii2iE,5+sisieg Q fist st JXP YN PRX " " ss it M xt N ,W es N S 1132. 3 . X Q E is as 1 N 4 'N tis. Spit .is tri .X ig H . gm: .t s if I I Q. Q 4 . ,,,.,, 1 A -we 5' , S X git M x I y OL :ln l Y -c M. ..l' lx i-543. I' rt! x E 'l MQW?-X 4113 , , ge! 74 1 l l i JOAN ELLEN LOURIE 22 Brush Hill Rd., Newton Highlands Joni Favorite Pastime: Saying hello to people while squinting to see who they are. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior year with a certain Senior. Barry: Il: Meadowbrook: College Civics Committee 2: Homeroom Manager 1, 2: Rally Committee 1: Ushers 3: Golf 3: Archery 2, 3: Art 2: English 1, 2, 3: Music 1, 2, 3: Outing 1, 3: S. O. S. 1, 2, 3: French 1. LINDA JANE LOURIE 31 Dwhinda Rd., Waban Suppressed Desire: To suppress my desires. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Range Rider: Stanley and Sumner. Adams: I: Warren: College Homeroom Manager 1: Rally Com- mittee l, 2, 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Leader Corps 3: Tennis 2, 3: International Club 1: Music Club 3: Outing Club 1, 2: Russian Club 3: Arts Festival 2. CAROL JANE LOVELL 10 Central Close, Auburndale Suppressed Desire: One-way ticket to Dallas. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Squishing 25: Being one of the three B's. Palmer: II: Warren: College Legislature 3: Homeroom Mana- ger l: Senior Play 3: Drama Festi- val 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Com- C536 x :' .2 mittee 2, 3: Leader Corps 1: Dance .yi Committee 1, 2, 33 Science Fair 2: G JL Tennis 2, 3: Archery 1, 2: Drama ,7 ' L N5 2, 3: Future Teachers 2, 3: Orchesis 0 V wb 2, 3: Outing 1, 2, 3: Class Com .. g up if ,lf mittee 25 S. O. S. l. cj aff JY0 .pt si s 1 iiie e if V.-is YJ. ' , f. ' set? NICHOLAS MICHALE LUPO VJ, I I 11 Faxon St., Nonatum , ' 9 -,I . . NM' . . . H. ' 0 101' Favorite Pastime: Weight-lifting. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: , Taking all four lunches. ,Q Riley: IV: Day: Business . . ':" ---. Baseball 1, 2, 3: Indoor Track 3. If ' gy "'E1:.. -Q5-:i' : . gs. ,a-- 65.14 fra - 's '51 JOHN A. LYNCH Ss 13 Weir St., Auburndale Jackie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: , Sports. Q Ambition: o have my own busi- j. . W ness. 'B IIIT: War 'Service 1 djninistr Aids 152 3. :jjj 2 I Az ' F il 0 NS 5 Au F Auburndale l f N s ci if eglgt lasses C .si milu -e ata nib A 4 SE'f". . eals II Warren C Drama 1 2 3' Costum mittee for Senior Play 3: Gl e Club LW I A f' lust for him ROBIN ELIZABETH MacCLOSKEY 124 Allerton Rd., Newton Highlands Robbi, Herc Favorite Pastime: Being with Lynne, George, and Bob. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Waters French Class. Adams: I: Weeks: College Vespers 1, 2, 3: Archery 2, 3: Bad- minton 2, 3: Music Club 33 Or- chestra 1, 2, 3: Bowling 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 3. CARLTON JAMES MacDONALD 107 Park St., Newton Corner Carl Suppressed Desire: To see Elm Rd. made into a drag strip. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Peeking through the doors at the IBM machines. Beals: IV: Bigelow: Service Orange Shield 3: Baseball 1: Bas- ketball l: Football 2: Ice Hockey 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3. RUTH EVELYN MacDONALD 87 Glen Ave., Newton Centre Ruthie Suppressed Desire: To put a per- manent wave in a certain teacher's hair. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the times in 2209. Adams: Il: Weeks: College Rally Committee 1, 2: Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2: French Club 1: Bowling l, 2. LAUREL ANN MacDOUGALL '27 Timson Path, Newton Centre Laurie Favorite Pastime: Talking it over with Chris. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Squishing 25, the Cape, Lady's Day at the Arena. Beals: II: Meadowbrook: College Homeroom Manager 1, 2: Rally Committee 1, 2: Cheerleaders 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Dance Com- mittee 1, 2:Ushers 2: Music 3: Out- ing 1: Associate Council Represen- tative 2: Junior Class Committee 2: Interscholastic School Exchange with Hingham. 'V in Ks.. fil- 1 51x X RONALD PHILIP MaCKAY 465 Centre St., Newton Ron Suppressed Desire: To be a rock and roll singer. Favorite Pastime: Racing boats and cars. Bacon, II, Rivers: College BARBARA MaCINTYRE MacLEOD 61 Chaske Ave., Auburndale Bonnie, Honeypot Favorite Pastime: Squishing 25, 3 A.M. coffee breaks. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Three years with an M.G. Barry: I: Warren, College Legislature 1, 2, 3: Finance Board 33 Homeroomr Mana er 1: Rally Committee 13 2, 3',C?range Shield 2, 3: Tigergma,Coin'tnittee 1, 2, 31 Music lg Outing I, 2, 3ySpanish 39 Treasurer of, the Associates 3. '- ARY MAFFIE I 1025 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Lorri ed Desire: To scream in during homeroom period. Fa ite Pastime: Looking for ra around the High School. Adams, I: Weeks, College Rall ommittee 2, 3, Junior Red s Council 2, 39 Latin Club 2, ng Club 2. MAUREEN MAGID 38 Holman Rd., Auburndale Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Harris' Senior English class. I Will to N. H. S.: A dictionary of names, so the faculty will be able to pronounce ones like mine. Adams: Ig Warren, College Homeroom Manager 2: Vespers 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, 33 Music Club 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 2, 35 Arts Festival 2. ., , 1 , .w X ,J Y K .. P, .NJ 1 C I 'P' y , A J . K .' C 3 .L I r l C CONSTANCE Munson - l 61 Chaske Avef, Auburndalef ' ,li Connie if ' Suppressed Desire: To arch J.P.R off guard. ', I2 5--' Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The September Motoride of 1959. Palmer: 11: Warre Q Business ' Basketball: Acheryg Home Eco- nomics. DAVID ALBERT MacLEOD 379 Washington St., Islington Mac Suppressed Desire: To be a suc- cess. Favorite Pastime: Dragging. IIIT Auto: Westwood High: Serv- ice Science Fair, Administrative Aids 1. foe College? sta ,, ' DARLENE JEANNE MAGNANT15 48 Swallow Drive, Newton Lower Falls Favorite Pastime: Those 3 A.M. shorty pajama walks with the N.L.F.C.O.T.D.R.U.G.B.D. Riley, 11, Our Ladys High, College French 3, S. O. S. 2. MAUREEN P. MAGUIRE 20 Swallow Drive, Newton Lower Falls Mo Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: G Block Study in Junior year. I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like "POP" Gallagher. Adams: II, Weeks: College Spring Musical 1, 2, 33 Rally Com- mittee 1, 2: Orange Shield 2: School Exchange 2, Music Board 1, 2, Vespers 2, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Home Economics Club 3, Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3: Marching Bands 1, 2, 3. of' JNSf?fX-if 'vgqbfigl D 21395 if 'IS ' .Lb . .K Q H KCBLANCHB SEMA y yMr,B2fEY RK 9 tnut aba Q X X . K 'L X ff ., A .XFX 'Fa . t n I che 'S V! . mis-D-f"Ea 1 un ojgnbifi in To 39,-fQ0d e . 5' Ea , Vg'-Weeks: Co leg? " Qin of LINDA MAIER 27 Considine Rd., Oak Hill Park' Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Not taking Algebra in my Senior year. gmbition: To be sincere in all I o. Palmer, Ig Meadowbrook, College Homeroom Manager 2: English 3. fx 5 'Q c I s .-f L X H"jj?'ffi'?,- JIX , I' ,Q , .Q xp-5 s'f ,N I ,, .1 I 1 KK ., 'A 22- s' G V, , lr, 11' f f :Y -' .. ,H . . agiieffv. I 52f:JQ."3Q. , .' L iw 4 0115, .wr :HQ ,Q ,, , .A .s as.. 1' I sffsp. sk r , t KENNETH HENRY MALKIN 14 Baldpate Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill Kenny Suppressed Desire: To win at Le Mans in 1963 drawing a 2.5 litre T.R. Fondest Memory of N. H. S. My many hours spent with Mr. Hawkes. Beals: II: Meadowbrook: College Newtonite 1: Intramural Sports 1, 3: Debating 1, 2, 3: Drama 1, 2: International 1: Class Committee Representative 2: Publicity junior Prom 2. JUDITH LOUISE MALONE 323 Parker St., Newton Centre Judy, Shrimp, J. M., Chief Suppressed Desire: "To walk in on the two that walk in on us." Barry: I: Meadowbrook: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Legis- lature 1, 3: Civics Committee 2: Publications Board 3: Homeroom Manager 1: Drama Festival 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 3: Orange Shield 3, Captain 2: Putney School Exchange 1: Newtonite 2: Editor- in-Chief 2, 3: Drama Board 2: Ves- pers 3: Dance Committee 1, 2: Class Usher 2: Tennis 3: Drama 1, Secretary 2, 3: Music 2. PATRICK MITCHELL MALONE 132 Central St., Auburndale Pat Suppressed Desire: To win some- thing on the gymnastic team be- sides broken bones. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Daily mental agony in J.C. Hall's chemistry class. Beals: I: Warren: College Gymnastics 1, 2, 33 Skiing 1, 2. RICHARD R. MALONE 33 Cherry Place, West Newton Jocko Suppressed Desire: Never do home- work again. Favorite Pastime: Eating at all four lunches. IIlT: St. Bernard: Service MAURA THERESA MALOY 30 Berwick Rd., Newton Centre Mo Suppressed Desire: To linish all Mr. Holmes' history assignments. Favorite Pastime: Trying to End Lorri around the High School. Beals: I: Sacred Heart: College Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1: Tennis 1: Future Teachers 1, 3: Latin 2, 3: Music 1, 2, 3: Outing 2, 3: Spanish 3: Sophomore Class Committee: Cadu- cians 2, 3: Stage Make-Up 3. HOWARD KENNETH MANN 429 Waban Ave., Waban Favorite Pastime: Taking pictures. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: That lovely spring day. Adams: I: Belmont Jr. High: Col- lege Newtonian 3: Photography Ed. 2, 3: Newtonite 2: Badminton 1: Camera Club 1: Rifle Club 1, 2, 3. February IZS' festival time U5 ,Q 1 JOSEPH F. MANNING 62 Elmore St., Newton Centre Joe, Jay Favorite Pastime: Trying to get all the crowd in one booth at the del. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the Juniors in our crowd and us two Seniors. Adams: II: Weeks: College Legislature 1: Drama Festival 2: Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 3: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2: Rifle Club 2: Civics Committee 3: Adams House Council 3. JUDITH MARIA MANNING 62 Elmore St., Newton Centre Judy Suppressed Desire: To suppress desires. Favorite Pastime: Getting too in- volved in too many things with too many people. Adams: I: Weeks: College Drama Festival 2, 3: Rally Com- mittee 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 3: Leader Corps 1: Art Club 2, 3: Cavalry Club 1, 3: Outing Club 1: Legisla- ture Publicity Committee 1, 2: Arts Festival 2: Senior Supper and Awards Night 3: Art Board 33 Junior Prom 2: Class Committee. JUDITH ANNE MARA 257 Chestnut St., West Newton Judy, M-A-R-A Favorite Pastime: Squishing 25. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Ladies' Day at the Arena, Flight 709. Barry: ll: Warren: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: Newtonite 1: Cheer- leaders 3: Ti kama Committee 2: V, Vespers 1,1 Dance Committee Wu Tennitali, rama 1: French 2: . ". shers'2 atin 1: Music 1, 2, 3: ,ul .- !VOuringL'1, 2: Student Oliice Secre- ' ui' tary- 1, 2. I 4 11 . A 7,1 I - t :jul JUDITH ANN MARCHANT 62 Webster St., West Newton Judie, jam Suppressed Desire: To smoke in the Commons Room. Favorite Pastime: Being with the girls and ----- . Bacon: II: Warren: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Outing Club 2, 3. ROBERT JOHN MARCHESE 15 Howard St., Newton Chese Suppressed Desire: To prove that Newton High can turn out "Big Wheels" in later life. I Will to N. H. S.: A certain gas jet in Mr. Goldman's Chemistry lab. Beals: I, II: Bigelow: College Legislature 1: Science Fair: Track, Indoor 2: Track, Outdoor Manager 1, 2: Rifle 1, 2: Cross Country 3. GEORGE EDWARD MARCUS 122 Ward St., Chestnut Hill George Suppressed Desire: To have five A lunches. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The clean, uncluttered tunnels. Beals: I: Bigelow: College Newtonian 3: Orange Book 2: Mo- tion Picture Squad 1: Ice Hockey CJ.V.J 2: Track, Indoor 1. s: 'sie-nmstg U XR yt N .. wks Far cry from Newton Hgh PHYLLIS DALE MARGOLIN 125 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: Not to have people say, "Does your mother work here?" Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Sutherland's Problem's classes. Palmer: I: Day: College I-lomeroom Manager 2: Junior Red Cross Council 2: Drama 2, 3: Eng- lish 2, 3: Future Teachers 1, 2: Music 1, 2, 3: Rifle 3. ANNE DOROTHY MARINI 45 Hawthorn St., Newton Favorite Pasrime: Bombing around in the old Chevy listening to the radio. However, all we ever heard were the A.J.C.'s. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: That junior Beach Party! Bacon: IV: Day: Business Rally Committee 1. . A Xvlu X 1 . -5 , I vu- i. I s. 'XF' CORNELIA ROSE MARKEY 1785 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Connie, Rose Favorite Pastime: Squishing 25. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 7-22-59: S. with S. Barry: II: Warren: College Rally Committee 1, 2, Executive 3: Orange Shield 1, 2: Vespers 1, 2: Leader Corps 1: Tigerama Commit- tee 1, 2, 3: Tennis 2: Music 1, 2: Outing 1, 2, 3: Office Assistant 1, 2: House Legislature 3. DEBORAH LOUISE MARR 469 Wolcott St., Auburndale Debbie Suppressed Desire: To join the Paratroopers. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Bissex. Barry: I: Malden High School: Col- lege Finance Board 3: Rally Committee 3: Stage Crew 3: Archery 3: Music 3: Outing 3: Rifle 3: Spanish 3. V. BRADFORD MASON 154 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville Brad I Will to N. H. S.: An express ele- vator to the 4th floor of Building 1. Ambition: College leading to a medical degree. Palmer: II: Day: College Stage Crew 2: Science Fair 3: Radio 3. WILLIAM WILKINSON MASON 63 Aspen Ave., Auburndale Buddy Suppressed Desire: To hitch-hike to California. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Christmas caroling at the D.F.A. Beals: II: Warren: College Boys' Athletic Board 1, 2. CHRISTOPHER FANSTONE MASTERS 169 Grove St., Auburndale Chris Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Maggie's class when Maggie wasn't there. Ambition: College leading to a de- gree in engineering. Palmer: I: Warren: College Science Fair 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Alpha Gamma Tau 35 Chemistry 2: Chess Club 3: Rifle 1. ROY FREDERICK MASTERS 19 West Boulevard Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To make it to the library. Favorite Pastime: Thinking of ways to get SAM out of the house on school nights. Palmer: I: Worcester Academy: College Newtonite 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Spanish 3: Newtonian 3, VINCENT MAY 18 Arbor Rd., West Newton Vinnie Suppressed Desire: To get an A in math. Ambition: To be an electrical en- gineer. Bacon: II: St. Charles: College Civics Committee 3: Science Fair 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Golf 3: Track, Indoor 3: Track, Outdoor 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. MARJORIE JANE McCANN 86 Sargent St., Newton Margie Favorite Pastime: S.F'ing with the girls! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The spirit of the Class of '60, Bacon: II: Matignon High: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 3: Drama 3: Future Teachers 3: Out- ing I, 2, 35 Student Oflice Secretary 2, 3: Newtonian 3. SANDRA LEE MCCANN 174 Allerton Rd., Newton Highlands Sandy Suppressed Desire: To sing sharp in a minor key. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Madrigals and election to the Na- tional Honor Society. Barry: II: Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Legis- lature 2: Vespers 2, 3: Leader Corps 1: Future Teachers Club 2: Music Club I, 2, 3: Madrigal Sing- ers 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Northeast Chorus 3: Arts Festival 2: Girls' Chorus 1. WILLIAM DAVID MCCANN 86 Sargent St., Newton Corner Bill Suppressed Desire: To have my picture on TIMES cover. Favorite Pastime: Dramatics. Adams: I: B.C. High: College Drama Club 3. ARTHUR McCARTHY 12 Henshaw Place, West Newto Ml Adams: IV: Day: Business 1 A J JEANNE McCARTHY I7 Fuller Ave., West Newton Jeannie Suppressed Desire: To see dry tun- nels to all buildings. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Wonderful teachers and terrific kids. Adams: Il: St. Colurnbkille: Col- lege Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 2, 3: Drama Club 2, 3: Future Tea- chers Club l, 3: Outing Club 2: Bowling 1, 2, 3. will " . For they shall be called blg wheels" v--in ,, ww? bv-- JOHN ALLEN MCCARTHY 91 Avalon Rd., Waban Mac Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The 20 minute ride to Needham. Beals: 1: Warren: College Spring Musical 1: Orange Shield 3: Vespers l, 2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 2, 3: Sophomore Glee Club I: Arts Fes- tival 2. GAIL ANN McCLAIN 12 Evergreen Terrace, Auburndale Favorite Pastime: "Talking." Fondest Memory of N. H.' S.: Mr. Shapiro's 4th year Math class. Beals: I: Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 33 Civics Committee 2: Spring Musical 1: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Orange Sheild 3: Stage Crew 3: Ushers 3: Science Fair 1: Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club 1, 2: Outing Club 1, 3: Girls Chorus 1. CAROL ANNE McCLELLAND 17 Eddy St., West Newton Rusty Suppressed Desire: To join the R. A. F. with F. B. Ambition: To have my last name begin with Barry: II: Day: College Cavalry 2, 3: Drama 2. New I MARIE E E H cD 12 , ., , w- A L' 10 dian ., Q I e onU Fall Supp ed Desir To s ed. F orit sti : i fro th Ho one ding to t rd a er within 6 flQmimiggV V Riley: I : Me b o ollege f National Ho r S ' y , 3: Se Y ' Play 33 Rally 3: ille 1, 2, : her 1. -www sf! 'lf Fir it, please KENNETH WALTER MCDANIELS -,fX- A 206 Elliot St., Newton Upper Falls A ,, , V i g Monnel A ,Q Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: S- f i Block lunch. j Ambition: To own a hamburger ii ' "" ' - 'f stand on "Smokers' Corner." ' ' Bacon: II: Warren: Service i Rifle Club 1, 2, Captain 3. A 1.. , , M NANCY REDDINGTON MCDONALD 67 Clobert Rd., West Newton Sam Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My one "A" lunch. I Will to N. H. S.: More 2:30 Rallies. Adams: I: Warren: College Civics Committee 2: Homeroom Manager 1: Rally Committee: Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 1: Library l: Orchesis 1, 2, 3: Tusitala 2, 3: Associate Council Rep. 1: Class Vice-President 2: Girls' Cho- rus lg Arts Festival 2. CATHERINE REGULA MCDONOUGH 227 Temple St., West Newton Pippen Suppressed Desire: To pass Span- ish. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The lunchroom. Barry: I: Warren: College Legislature 2: Homeroom Manager 1: Rally Committee 1: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3: Ushers 2: Drama 1, 2: Out- ing 1, 2. ROLAND CHARLES McGRAHAM 18 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands Rolly Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "My Bakers Dozen." I Will to N. H. S.: More "Four- year" boys. . Barry: II: Weeks: College Homeroom Manager 1, 2: Rally Committee 3: Orange Shield 2: Tigerama Committee 3: Baseball 1, 2: Football 1, 2: Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 3. X rwfykzy ?6JQVJ'ANNE LAURENCE " MCGUFFIN Q15 ewtonville Ave., Newton eannie, Giggles vor' Pastime: Sitting in the " before school, hitting the ra o's aerial ,jf '. Qjondest Memory of N. H. s.: Mr. N5 Satlak's musically entertained home- ., . . oom periods in 2211. arty: II: Bigelow: College etball 1: Field Hockey 2: Bad- 'n on 1: Music 1, 2, 3: Outing 1, , 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 1: Girls' Chorus 1, 2. llif'6'1fN- iff' WM ,UVM JJ CWLCA CLWQMES JOSEPH MCGUIRI-Icbjxtj 85 Florence St., Chestnut Hill jim, jimmy Suppressed Desire: To roast pea- nuts over a camp fire. Favorite Pastime: Trying to get 80 credits. Palmer: II: Meadowbrook: College Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA MCINTYRE 99 Athelstane Rd., Newton Centre Patsy, Pat Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The terrific football games even if we didn'r win all the time. Ambition: To become a nurse or Medical Lab Technician. Riley: II: West Junior High: Watertown: College Homeroom Manager 2: Chemistry 3: S. O. S. 2, 3: Senior Play Com- mittee 3. THOMAS JAMES MCINTYRE 3 Nottingham St., Newton Centre Tommy Favorite Pastime: Music. Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer. IV: Thompson's Academy: College School Band 1, 2, 3. SUSAN BAKER McKEEN 15 Water Sr., Newton Centre Sue Favorite Pastime: Waiting for the 2 :45 bell to ring on Friday. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being with P.E. Riley: I: Weeks: College Legislature 1, 2: Civics Committee 2, 3: Executive Committee 3: Rally l, 2, 3: Newtonian 3: Ushers 1: French 3: Latin 1, 2: Music 1, 2, 3: Outing 1, 2: Chairman of Sopho- more Dance Publicity Committee: Publicity Committee of Drama Fes- tival 2: Senior Class Committee 3: Sophomore Class Committee 1. JANE DOROTHY MCKINNEY 340 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Yogie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Jun- ior Homeroom with Mr. Satlak. I Will to N. H. S.: All the sour milk in the cafeteria. Beals: II: Day: College Rally Committee 2, 3: Softball 1: Outing Club 1, 2. PAUL PETER MCLAUGHLIN ll Chatham Rd., Newton Highlands Mize, Voo Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Jumping the fence at Brookline Game. I Prophecize That: S block lunch will be brought back. Palmer: I: Weeks: College Football 1. THOMAS JOSEPH McNABB 87 Lewis St., Newton Tom Ambition: To break 80 at Brae Burn. Adams: I: Our Lady's: College Legislature 3: Orange Shield 3: Science Fair 2, 3: Ice Hockey 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Chemistry Club 2, 3: French Club 3. iv-H!!! .:fsa.f1': K .Ml sf wk .. 1 in Y ti is f gfwxfsr 1- nf ff' .sie . T ' ' ,r 51711 Fake-out RAY THOMAS MCNAMARA 126 Derby St., West Newton Mac Suppressed Desire: To always be lucky enough to get out of the parking lots on time. Favorite Pastime:: Sitting in the parking lots of N. H. S. Adams: IV: Our Lady's: Service BETSY JANE MEIRICK 225 Waverly Ave., Newton Bets Favorite Pastime: Looking for at least one familiar face in the crowd- ed halls. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Creedon, Mr, Harris, and Miss Allen. Palmer: I: Bigelow: College Homeroom Manager 1: Drama Fes- tival l: Rally Committee 1, 2: Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 2: Dance Committee 2: Tennis 1, 2: English 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers 1, 2, 31 Music 1, 2, 3: Tusitala 3: Class Committee 2: Literary Magazine, Literary Staff 2, 3. 1 LLJ fl' IVIAUELLLV alfwsf , ff I--lsllifaivsolsiy, ,ua 15 Princetonist., Newton wi .- ' I' 'Jiov,L cg V Supp d Desifgl nge? schoeflegz cloc .I Favorite Trying' casual. Riley: MARY MELVIN 863 Watertown St., West Newton Mare, Mauwee, Minx Suppressed Desire: To help make others happy, and to convert some- body into a conscientious obiector. Favorite Pastime: Thinking of what I should have said instead of what I said. Bacon: I: Day: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3-3 Sophomore and junior Class Com- mittee: S. O. S.: Newtonite 3: Jun- ior Class Assembly Committee. LINDA ELIZABETH MERRILL 20 Crestwood Rd., West Newton Lem, Lina, Lin Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: After school sports. I Will to N. H. S.: An elevator for Building I. Barry: II: Day: College Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 3: Science Fair 2: Tennis 1, 3: Basket- ball 2, 3: Field Hockey 2, 3: Vol- leyball 1, 2, 33 Outing 1: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3: Cavalry 1, 2, 3: Treasurer of Cavalry Club 3. MARCIA METERPAREL 13 Ransom Rd., Newton Centre J Tiny, Little Favorite Pastime: Arguing with Pla, certain someone. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: March 10, of my sophomore year. Adams: II: Weeks: College Civics Committee 2: Orange Shield gf 2: Orchesis 1, 2, 3: S. O. S. 1, 2, XX ,NL 5. 0 Nw JOAN PEASE MEYER 276 Franklin St., Newton Joani Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 2:45. I Will to N. H. S.: Infallible I.B.M. machines. Riley: I: Bigelow: College Legislature 1: Girls' Athletic Board 3: Vespers 1, 2: Tennis 2, 3: Ves- pers 1, 2: Lear Corps 3: Basketball 1, 2: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Music 1: Outing 1, 2, Secretary 3. RICHARD LESLIE MILHENDER 119 Allerton Rd., Newton Highlands Dick Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: R.S. and Mr. Peterson's sophomore homeroom. I Will to N. H. S.: Coolies to trans- port students to their classes. Beals: II: Weeks: College Orange Shield 2: Newtonite 2: Stage Crew 2: Ushers 1: Intra- mural Sports 3: Hunting and Fish- ing 1: Beals House Commons Com- mittee 3: Beals House Legislature Committee 3. ,awk ll' .. -Q --fi. . - - f r L ty- - ' 4- f L - ...I- .P- at 4 r vq rf' is A X ,ax A g Y Jr HWUCX '- r 7 K .Xp rx V5 we Q v Jr .ii Forbidden F oily ARTHUR CARL MILLER 69 Tamworth Rd., Waban Art Favorite Pastime: Turning my back on the High School at 2:45. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Peterson's sophomore homeroom. Beals, I, Warren, College Legislature 1, 2, Homeroom Mana- ger 2, Ushers 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 1, 2. r iv . I fr' gi DIANNE LESLIE MILLER 'Sgppressqd Desire: To get married + to gue s whomb. L avxitq astime: Being with Dave. Ada sg, IV, Framingham High, Busi K rt ub 1, 2, 3. il X M' 12 Beech St., Newton lf' I sl SUSAN BARBARA MILLER 25 Alderwood Rd., Newton Centre Sue, Suzie Fondest Memor of N. H. S.: K2 Y and the four lunches. I Will to N. H. S.: My sister Betty. May she have all the ? times I had. Adams, II, Bigelow, College Drama Club 2, French Club 35 Latin Club 1, Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Arts Festival 2, Usher 2. SUSAN PI-IYLLIS MILMAN 33 Peregrine Rd., Newton Centre Sue Favorite Pastime: Dialing a certain busy phone number. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The wonderful friendships I've had with M. E. and I. S. Barry, Il, Meadowbrook, College Legislature 2, Civics Committee 2, Homeroom Manager 3, Rally Com- mittee l, Newtonite 2, Tennis 2, English 1, Latin 1, 2, 3. MIRIAM RUTH MILNER 16 Maple Park, Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Harrer, Mr. Harris, and all zany English classes. Barry, I, Weeks, College National Honor Society 2, Secretary 3, International 3, Senior Play Ticket Committee 3, Russian Club 3, Assistant Executive Editor of Literary Magazine 2. CAROL A. MINTZ 39 Commonwealth Park, Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To marry a cer- tain man. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Leigh's English Class. Beals, IV, Weeks, Business ALEC HIRD MITCHELL, JR. 25 Myerson Lane, Newton Suppressed Desire: To go to Africa with Arthur Godfrey. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Selluzio saying "NO." Beals, II, Meadowbrook, College Drama Festival 1, Stage Crew 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH FRANKLIN MITCHELL, JR. 303 Nahanton St., Newton Centre Jay, Mitch Suppressed Desire: To see the ter- mites fmish off Building I. I Prophecize That: The new New- ton South Side High School will NOT beat Newton High School in football. Bacon, II, Meadowbrook, College Football 1, 2, 3, Track, Outdoor 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM HENRY MITCHELL 27 Fernwood Rd., West Newton Billy Suppressed Desire: To fill the tun- nels with cement. I Will to N. H. S.: Another IBM machine. Palmer, II, Warren, College Homeroom Manager 1: Orange Shield 2, Volleyball 2, Aviation 3: Riiie 2, 3, Captain Intramural Football and Basketball. STEPHANIE RUTH MODES 90 Shady Hill Rd., Newton Highlands Penny Favorite Pastime: R.B., S.B., N.B. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The fights with my buddy, C.K. Palmer, II, Meadowbrook, College Tigerama Committee 2, Junior Red ' Cross Council 3, Archery 2. uAv1u Juni. MOFENSON 780 Chestnut St., Waban Dave Favorite Pastime: Performing Ex- periments in Mr. Goldman's chem- istry lab. I Prophecize That: The IBM will be replaced by a human brain with- in 5 years. Adams, I, Weeks, College Legislature 1, Intramural Sports 1, 3, Camera Club 3, International Club 33 Chess Club 3. SANDRA TOBY MOGEL 1597 Centre St., X Newton Highlands A it we Sandy Suppressed Desire: To get a park- x M ing space at 8:10. .- me - I Will to N. H. S.: My twin sisters, ' Lois and Doris. ,. Adams, I, Weeks, College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Cavalry - ' Club 2, English Club 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers Clu . 1, 2, Theatrical Make-Up Club 1. .,.. P, g,bi ' , 1:....s:r,:s:s:i,a:i51ai fl' JUDITH R. MOGUL 'er-. -- -.,, 254 Dedham SL- I as c Newton Highlands .ff Judi Q. - ,, Favorite Pastime: Waiting for the Ai" 4-N A weekends. Q "" 5. . I Will sto N. H. S.: All the fun . V- AND confusion of my Senior year. . Palmer, I, Meadowbrook, College English Club 1, 2, 3, French Club - "t' f 1, M S' Cl b 2, 3. tvr. ..'., ,,,,,,5::, 'I 'C L' ROBERT BAVVETT MONAHAN 147 Austin St., Newtonville Bob Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Last period study. I Will to N. H. S.: Bruce Taylor. Palmer, I, Day, College DANILO ROQUE MONTI 322 Woodward St., Waban Dan I Will to N. H. S.: My Spanish ac- cent and a better understanding of Argentina. Ambition: Electro-mechanical en- gineeer. Bacon, I, Escuela Industrial Su- perior de la Nacion: "Gral. San Martin," College American Field Service Exchange Student 3, A. F. S. Committee 3, Track, Indoor 3, Alpha Gamma Tau 3, International 3, Spanish 3, Future Teachers 3. MAJORIE ADELE MONTO 66 Halcyon Rd., Newton Centre Margie Favorite Pastime: Solving prob- lems. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore year. Riley, I, Weeks, College Tigerama Committee 3, French 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers,,3, Music 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1. : iii :f u f if il I tip - 2 : : ft - H-R ' , ,PM . 1-ls V . Flunko, flunkere, expull, expulsus TQ"-57' 5f5'ff'.?f -i',f'r-k iiuffii' :Lf3i, g,si :u a-:Ziff r M, M, . f. . . V., 4 mg, at K --. .- .,,..s?.fs 'Y V 5l',i?5efli'lU '52 l' ' gf S . a. f, 2:15 , , ill' 'U 5 1 . , "1-w 5 N ...S -: ti . W . l . Wd' -IV. ww F Q 1 if aft . . .. : xr. trim . MARILYN ANN MONTUORY 70 Orchard Ave., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To hit 100 in the Olds. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Squishing 25. II, Day, College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Ushers 2, Basketball 1, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3. DIANA MOORE 150 Hunnewell Ave., Newton Sunshine, Di Suppressed Desire: To stay happy. Favorite Pastime: Having a blast! Horseback riding. 'Barry, II, Bigelow, College Rally Committee 1, 2, Stage Crew 3, Tennis 2, Archery 1, 2, 3, Music 1, Otchesis 1, Outing 3, Student Ofhce Secretary 1, 2. ELEANOR JANE MOORE 187 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Jill Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The last Tigerama of 1958. Bacon, II, Warren, College Rally Committee 2, 3, Drum Ma- jorette 2, 3. MELANIE ANN MOOTREY 56 Rangeley Rd., West Newton Mel Suppressed Desire: To relive the summer of '58. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Squishing 25, Being one of the three B'S. - Palmer, II, Warren, College Legislature 3, Homeroom Man- ager 2, Senior Play 3, Drama Festi- val 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, Tigerama Com- mittee 2, 3: Dance Committee 3: Ushers 3, Tennis 3, Archery 3, Badminton 2, Drama 2, 3, Otchesis 2, 3, Outing 1, 2, 3. ALAN SYDNEY MORRISON 513 Chestnut St., Waban Suppressed Desire: To have a jam session with John Harris. I Prophecize That: J.C. Hall will be made head of Newton Plan. Riley: I: Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Music Board 3: Alpha Gamma Tau 2: Music 2, 3: Science 1: Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Instrumental Ensemble 2, 3. JANET LOUISE MORRISON 129 Wood End Rd., Newton Highlands Jan Suppressed Desire: To linish some- thing at least an hour before it is due. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 7:30. Band rehearsals on cold mornings. Riley: I: Weeks: College Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Latin 1: Music 1, 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: A Cap- pella Choir 2, 3. SALLY DYER MORRISON 129 Wood End Rd., Newton Highlands Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Sobol's English class. I Will to N. H. S.: Air-condition- ing in 2001. Riley: I: Weeks: College Homeroom Manager 2: Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Music 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Glee Club l. KATHLEEN JANE MORSE 20 Larkin Rd., West Newton Kath, Jerk, Kathy Suppressed Desire: Kinda makes you wonder doesn't it? Favorite Pastime: Being with Bob. Riley: I: Warren: College Civics Committee 2: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2, 3: Rally l, 3: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 1: Ushers 2: Dance Committee 2, ,33 Future Teachers 1, 2, 3: Treasurer of Future Teachers 1, 2: S. O. S. 1, 2, 39 Class Committee 2. eww, X ENS if Feeding time ' Aff gif ., Q . .7 -. A- ..: "iv: 1 GUNTHER B. MOTZ 77 Stuart Rd., Newton Centre The Ger Suppressed Desire: To get an "A" in English once. I Will to N. H. S.: A pair of worn out track shoes. Bacon: I: Beethoven High, Bonn, Germany: College PALMINA MARIE MUCCI 1816 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Pally Suppressed Desire: To someday be able to beat Bobby in a drag. Memory of N. H. S.: My z homeroom 127. IV: Day: Business rmittee 1, 2, 3: Orange 3, Tigerama Committee 2: Committee 1: Tennis 1: 2: Home Economics 2, 3. PETER JOSEPH MURDOCK 89 Waban Park, Newton Corner Rocky Favorite Pastime: Watching the girls. I Will to N. H. S.: All the classes I skipped. Adams: I: Bigelow: Service DANIEL C. MURPHY 28 Wamesit Rd., Newton Murph, Danny Suppressed Desire: To have hair like Fabian Sawyer. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Feed- ing the ducks and Christmas carol- ing down the D.F.A. Bacon: II: St. Francis: College Legislature 1: Homeroom Man- ager 1: Boys' Athletic Board 1: Orange Shield 3: Baseball 1, 3: Ice Hockey 3: Intramural Sports 1, 3: Debating 3: French 1, 2, 3: Science 3. JOHN WAYNE MURPHY 55 Auburn St., West Newton Murph Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The battles in the lunch room. I Will to N. H. S.: All my school books. Riley: IV: Warren: College Baseball 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. LEO W. MURPHY 90 Auburn St., Auburndale Ward Suppressed Desire: To keep a date with B.W. on Sept. 20, 1960. Favorite Pastime: Pulling Santa Claus whiskers. Bacon: II: Warren: College Legislature 1, 2: Homeroom Man- ager 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2. 4 . . f . . 5, I 7 gr-i'5rf.j?T ' elf 1' ' fr sq 1.1 . f vv p N ' 1 I il ... V . 1 A f X M . . . ,.. . ' 'L ' Qi ' 1 X fy 3 ' Jil". ' ' 1 if ff , " Q3 LL Q , . t of , ,V . A, ,Y ,W J, -,un . .14 ,IL sf' VQIYHM -. A l ,rf - -J ..' It A . I MAUREEN PATRICIA MURRAY 26 Trowbridge Ave., Newtonville Mo Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My 'Junior homeroom and my English class with Mr. Knapman. Ambition: To be a medical techni- cian. Beals, II, Day, College Homeroom Manager 1, Rally Com- mittee l, 2, 3, French Club 3, Fu- ture Teachers Club 1, Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Health Career Club 3, Stu- dent Office Secretary 1, 2. ELEANOR ELIZABETH MUTH 130 Forest Ave., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To suppress my desires. Favorite Pastime: "Double Trou- ble." Bacon, II, Warren, College Homeroom Manager 1, Rally Com- mittee 3, Outing Club 1, 3. BARBARA LESLIE MYERS 331 Waltham St., West Newton Barbi, Barb Suppressed Desire: To have the gum and life-saver concessions in the study halls. Favorite Pastime: Enjoying life, liberty and the pursuit of hap- piness. Palmer, I, II, Day, College Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 3, Drama Festival 2, 3, Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, Newtonite 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, Badminton 1, 2, 3, International 1, 2, 3, Class Committee 1. EVE JUDITH NADLER 9 Troy Lane, Waban Judi Favorite Pastime: Friday night at Cafe Yana. I Will to N. H. S.: My "Mad Crush" on Mr. Lerner. Beals, I, Warren, College Legislature 2, Senior Play 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Newtonite 1, 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 2, 3, Ves- pers 1, 2, Dance Committee 2, Ushers 1, Fencing 3, Art 3, Cavalry 2, Drama 3, French 2, Music 1, 2, 3, Orchesis 1, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Office Work 3. STEPHEN ROY NATERMAN 17 Baldpate Hill Rd., Newton Centre Woo Woo Suppressed Desire: To make some General eat some of our surplus government food. Adams, I, Meadowbrook, College Senior Play 3, Homeroom Manager 1, Drama Festival 2, Science Fair 1, Music Club 2, Arts Festival 2. SUE CAROL NATERMAN 61 Huntington Rd., Newton Suzie Suppressed Desire: To write the Great American Novel, compli- ments of R.W.C. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore year, huh Nancy? I, Bigelow, College Drama Festival 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, Newtonite 2, Ushers 2, Art Club 2, 3, English Club 3, Music Club 1, 2, Tusitala 3, Senior Play Make-Up Committee 3, Arts Festi- val 2, Girls' Chorus 1. Four lunches NAVISKY Chestnut Hill o have many few acquaint- ry of N. H. S.:vD Honor Study in my Junior year. Adams, Il, Weeks, College Senior Play 1, 3, Drama Festival 1, 2, Tennis 3, Archery 2, Badmin- ton 3, Debating Club 3, French 2: International 3, Outing 3, S. O. S. 2, 3, Reflections 2, Make-Up Com- mittee 2, 3. MATTHEW JOSEPH NEEDLE 603 California St., Newtonville Uncle Matt I Will to N. H. S.: The Friday hot- plate. Ambition: To become a keen spec- ulator. Palmer, I, Day, College RICHARD BRYCE NESSON 60 Halcyon Rd., Newton Centre Dick I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. john Harris. I Prophecize That: The IBM and Newton Plan will battle for su- premacy of the school. Adams, l, Weeks, College National Honor Society 2, 3, Legis- lature 2, Civics Committee 3, Newtonian 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Intra- mural Sports l, 3, Debating Club 1, 2, 3, Russian Club 3, Class Com- mittee 3. LEONE LOUISE NETZORG 18 Peregrine Rd., Newton Lonie, Lee Favorite Pastime: Wondering what the future will bring. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: After school looking for that certain someone on the corner of Building III 457. I, Meadowbrook, College Rally Committee 1, Orange Shield 3, Drama 1, 2, English 1, 2, French 3. GERALDINE ROSE NEUSTADT 57 Newbrook Circle, Chestnut Hill Gerri Suppressed Desire: To own a Thunderbird of my own. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Climbing the fourth floor in my junior year. Adams: IV5 Meadowbrook5 Busi- H653 Homeroom Manager 15 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Tigerama Com- mittee 25 junior Red Cross Coun- cil 15 Archery 25 Drama Club 1, 25 Home Economics 1, 25 Library 2, 3. LINDA SUE NEWMAN 139 Arnold Rd., Newton Centre Nudy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Senior year. I Will to N. H. S.: More dogs for the cafeteria. Bacon5 I5 Meadowbrook5 College Civics Committee 2, 35 Spring Musical 25 Orange Shield 35 Leader Corps 35.Latin Club 15 Music Club 1, 25 junior Class Committee 25 Senior Play 3. Nil -Fi esta-ssiifiiig M W . , 5-if ne at Q is S U .- Fate !:'WA+ .nr is e . gr a'.m. ifihy STEPHEN NEIL NEWMAN 16 Sycamore Rd., Newton Centre Steve, Nudy Suppressed Desire: To become a success and have all my hopes and dreams come true. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The wonderful times I've had plus meet- ing different people and finding out about them, especially Palmer5 I, II5 Meadowbrookg Col- lege Civics Committee 35 Homeroom Manager 1, 25 Senior Play 35 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 35 Debating 1, 25 English 15 French 1, 2, 35 Inter- nationalg Science 1. HOWARD LLOYD NEWELL 114 Deborah Rd., Newton Centre Howie Suppressed Desire: Long under- wear for those cold days in gym. I Will to N. H. S.: A can opener to case the overcrowing. Bealsg I5 Weeks: College Motion Picture Squad 1, 25 Alpha Gamma Tau 31 Rifle Club 35 Physics Club 3. -f - wx X. ...tt .. .. g N ROSE MARY NICOLAS 153 Webster St., West Newton X Rosie Suppressed Desire: To have school start at 10 a.m. and end at 1:30. ' Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My sophomore English class in 138. Adams: IV5 Warren: Business ' Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 35 Tigerama Committee 25 Dance Committee 15 Tennis 35 Archery 25 Home Economics 3. CLAIRE MARIE NIELSEN 17 Munroe St., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To have a splash party in the tunnels on a rainy day. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My history classes in my Sophomore and Senior years with Mr. Hole- man. IV5 Day5 Business Rally Committee 1, 25 Basketball 1, 35 Tennis 1, 35 Field Hockey 15 Archery 1, 25 Softball 1, 25 Home Economics 3. JUDITH LOUISE NISSEN 19 Alden St., Newton Centre Judy Suppressed Desire: To see the RISE of that cruel oppressor -- the IBM machine. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The 2:30 dismissal bell. Barryg I5 Bigelow: College Homeroom Manager 1, 2. RUTH GRACE NIZEL 191 Grant Ave., Newton Centre Ruthie Suppressed Desire: Only one other person knows. Favorite Pastime: Who has time? Adams: I5 Weeks5 College junior Red Cross Council 15 Ves- pers 2, 35 French 35 International 2, 35 Latin 25 Music 2, 35 Outing 35 Girls' Chorus 2, 3. NANCY ANN NORRIS 259 Waverley Ave., Newton Favorite Pastime: Going to Mr. Spink's Speech Class. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Junior Year - H.R. 128. Bacon5 II5 Bigelowg College Senior Play 3: Vespers 25 Stage Crew 35 Cavalry Club 1,35Drama Club 35 English Club 35 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. ARLON LEE ERIC OBER 15 Carlson Ave., Newton Centre Ale, Arl Suppressed Desire: To give my tea- chers one of their own tests. Favorite Pastime: Doing history in my library major. Rileyg I5 Meadowbrook: College Science Fair 1, 35 Tigerama Com- mittee 3g Baseball 35 Intramural Sports 35 Rifle Team 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3. LINDA E V 5 'Blum ML I . 1 S .l - IQ Citi , abanf U 5 I" I I ' tfiif' Q H, 5' f ' ,f,ch,,VY'j, ff-,Af Fonde qf'N S gjfhe ry, . P . S great Sand fthe swingiigltimes. ,V M 1 Will no N,:H. Sffffkll tny yeiigy I ' ,f if I4 I 544. Riley: II: W ss C9 ess 5 ,xi legislature.2?k Cavalry 1, 35 Drama 4 2, omg-3 35 s. o. s. 1. STEPHEN JOSEPH O'BRIEN 62 Elmwood St., Newton O'Bic Favorite Pastime: Taking all four lunches. I Will to N. H. S.: All of R.M.S. Property. Riley5 IV5 Bigelow5 Service Orange Shield5 Football 1, 2, 35 Track, Indoor 25 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. Josrvu WILLIAM O'DONNELL 52 Whittemore Rd., Newton Joe Suppressed Desire: To yell "fire" in the Cafeteria. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Play- ing Football in my Senior year. Riley5 I5 Warreng College Orange Shield 2, 35 Captain Orange Shield 25 Tigerama Committee 25 Vespers 2, 35 Ushers 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Golf 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Music 35 Treasurer of Senior Class5 North Eastern Music Festival 25 Sophomore Class Committee5 Chairman A Cappella Choir 35 Key Club 3. LEWIS LOGAN OGILVIE 28 George St., Newton Lew, Ogie Suppressed Desire: To graduate with all A's. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My fourth year and all the swell times. Palmer5 II5 Bigelowg College Football5 Ice Hockey 1. JOHN A. O'GRADY, III 61 William St., West Newton Jack Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Foster's Office. Ambition: To make a million by the time I'm 21. Adamsg II5 Warren5 College ' Homeroom Manager 15 Orange Shield 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2. 5 BARBARA OLANS ,f 118 Langdon St., Newton f B.O., Barbi Favorite Pastime: Weekend Whis- tlers. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sum- mer of '59. Adams5 I5 Bigelow5 College , Legislature 25 Homeroom Manager 25 Senior Play 35 Spring Musical 1, 25 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Ves- pers 1, 25 Cavalry Club 35 English Club 35 French Club 2, 35 Future Teachers Club 35 Latin Club 15 Music Club 1, 25 Orchesis 15 Girls' Chorus I, 25 Senior Play Ticket Committee 3. 5 7 Lf . .N-.a-.Q 5 ' . . f- N sa . . lpn It t- . , 1 Q X ru A March - Month of expectation is 'fy .33 , 2 l J X 1 rf" 1 ff :W 'ff My r it I , i L, v., XLN ym .l 1 '1 f 5 4 W? 5 .. J Me g ta x Y, ie .af It A W ' elif? 15 . vt -that ,nd , . 1' ' 1 9 1- fi' A 5 :aa R -' ' . . fm.-if ' aff 1 - --wg if I .M Q xy - li' ii sl 1 5 .1 - A R A .itl. 1 5 ...r ,az JOHN WILLIAM O'LEARY 14 Fletcher Terrace, Watertown Johnie Suppressed Desire: To earn money and not work. I Will to N. H. S.: My late slips 42001 . IIIT-Auto5 Saint Patricks5 Service Basketball 25 Cavalry 2. GRACE PAULA OLKEN 154 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To hear Mrs. Lee call Albert Schweitzer a column essayist. CThank you, H.B.J Fondest Memory of N. H.' S.: Our Crazy Correspondence5 1-2A's lob- ster on a leash. Adams5 I5 Weeks5 College National Honor Society 2, 35 Drama Festival 2, 35 Newtonian 2, 35 Newtonite 2, 35 Debating Club 25 French Club 25 Newtonite Ad StaE 1, 25 Literary Magazine 2, 35 Newtonite Booster Committee 2, 3. JAMES MICHAEL O'MALLEY 1047 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Yaki Suppressed Desire: To pass more than two subjects in one year. Favorite Pastime: Mrs. Ford's class. II5 Boston College High5 College Civics Committee 2, 35 Orange Shield 35 Tigerama Committee 2, 35 Track, Outdoor 35 Aviation 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing Club 35 Rifle 2, 3. IRIS ORIEL 95 Larchmont Ave., Waban Curley Suppressed Desire: To get a M.R.S. degree with an M.D. I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like MR. M., MR. W., MR. L., MR. E., MRS. T., MR. H. Barryg II5 Weeks5 College Rally Committee 1, 25 English Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 25 Interna- tional Club 1, 2, 35 Office 2, 3. Mass production JAMES FLEMING ORROK 35 Kelveden Rd., Waban Jama Suppressed Desire: To get into Centre College. Favorite Pasrime: Skiing and racing my hydroplane. Bacong II, Warren, College Ice Hockey 2. DIANA MARIE ORSOGNA 36 Pennsylvania Ave., Newton Upper Falls Favorite Pasrime: Driving to school with Sue and Sally without a license. I Will to N. H. S.: All the trade school boys that line up in the tun- nels after lunch. Adams, IV, Meadowbrook, Busi- ness Ushers lg Tennis 2, 33 Home Eco- nomics. ELEANOR RUTH OSTERBERG 13 Brook St., Newton Corner Ellie Favorite Pasrime: Writing to N.L.g talking problems over with Caro- lyn. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Dellie" - July 8, 1959 - Rid- ing to classes. Adams, ll, Bigelow, Business Rally Committee 1, 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 33 Junior Red Cross Council lg Outing Club I, 2, 35 Spanish Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25 Ofhce 2. JUDITH MARION OSTROV 97 Parker St., Newton Highlands Judy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those certain walks to classes. I Will to N. H. S.: All my con- fusion due to change of schedules and classes. Riley, Ig Meadowbrook, College Senior Play 3, English 2, 3, Music 2, 35 Junior Class Committee 2: Junior Prom Committee 2. ANTHONY JOHN OTERI 38 Maplewood Ave., Newton Centre Tony Suppressed Desire: To be a barber and give Mr. Bissex a crewcut. I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Miss Hazard. Bealsg IV, Weeksg Service Homeroom Manager 13 Spring Musical 3g Drama Festival 33 Orange Shield 35 Ushers 2, Baseball 35 Football 1, 2, 3s Outdoor Track 3g Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Class Committee 2, Glee Club 1. ALAN OTIS 511 California St., Newtonville Kosh, Al Oats Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Christmas Carroling at the D.F.A. I Will to N. H. S.: The Tiger's 51 Ford. Riley, II, Day, College Legislature 1, 3 3 Civics 2, 35 Home- room Manager 1, Orange Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 35 Dance Committee 25 Ushers 2, 3, Baseball 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3g Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 33 English 2, 33 Latin 1. MERYL OVEN 157 Ridge Ave., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To wear a bur- muda skirt in Mr. Stephen's math class. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Rae's announcement! Riley: Ig Weeksg College Legislature 1, 2, Civics Committee 2, 33 Stage Crew 1: Archery 2g Fencing 2, Drama Club 2, Inter- national Club 3g A. F. S. 2, Russian Club 3. RICHARD LEE PADDOCK 8 Grove Hill Ave., Newtonville Dick Favorite Pasrime: Playing golf. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My two blue cards in French class. Bacon, II, Day, Service RICHARD JOSEPH PAGLIA 18 Thornton St., Newton Corner Dick Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The last day. Bacon, II: Our I.ady'sg College Spring Musical 3, Social Board 3g Tigerama Committee 2, 33 Stage Crew 3: Ushers 2, 35 Drama Club 1, 23 Tusitala 3. ENRICO H. PAGNANO, JR. 227 Adams St., Newton Rico Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Meeting my equal. I Prophecize That: The new high school will cause more commotion than the old one. IV, Our Lady'sg Service DAVID LAWRENCE PALMER 254 Wiswall Rd., OakiHill Sup-pressed esire: To graduate with more n 80 credits. KENNETH ALAN PATTERSON 142 Elgin St., Newton Centre Ken Fond I or of N H S , The Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Dr. Crowe 'me .Y ' ' " Kelle'r'.s Science class. Pal , H: Meadowbrook: College Qmbition: To clob r d on the Forms ll 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, Puf' . . . J 12 3, me U a mer, II ee 1 4 1 X510 j Homer ager K f-. Y q Fair . . f Xw M YS WSL' O vp W f 0' Qi Ol 'el ' jf ' f ' Evuzvn ANN 9 QA CEFE YNE 9994 C143 -SEIIJIANAGGIO 1 ' R es ut Hill' A. JJ '84 West St., Newton fb, W 'JJ-ff' Gene, Ginny Favori sti . tain some- A sgljifgfgggrifgjfimer Emi'-S dufif' F2221 ' of N. H. ss Miss 1 Will to Ng-I. s.: All the Newton niojfd 1216 - G Block ' ites I didn't uy. ' , , - - , Adams: Ivg Day: Business K7 Uf fyael, oslindale High School, Tenms 2-51AfChffY 1' 2' Lf V v ry 2, 3s English 33 French 2, ,X R, I in 33 Office Work 1. . I J ROBERT B. PANELLA 34 Larchmont Ave., Waban Bob Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Fourth Floor of Building I. I Will to N. H. S.: An elevator in Building I. Beals: II, Meadowbrook: College .V I tl l ,CATHERINE ANN PAPPAS X169 Adams St., Newton , Cathy Favorite Pastime: Being with a cer- vfain someone. I Will to N. H. S.: All My sisters. Riley: II, Dayg Busines Homeroom Manager 15 Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 35 Archery 2g S. O. S. 3. BONNA LEE PASS 7 Nottingham St., Newton Centre Bon, Pass Suppressed Desire: To Hnish my homework. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Arts Festival and the football games. Adams, II: Bigelow, College Homeroom Manager 2, Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, Usher 1, 23 Drama Club 1, 23 International Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 33 Hostess for Arts Festival 2. ALICE PATTERSON 294 Cherry St., West Newton Red, Marty Favorite Pastime: Hanging around Kelly's with the kids. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore year, and meeting the kids at the Lincoln after school. Palmer: IV, Warren, Business BRADFORD ALLAN PEARSON 135 Herrick Circle, Newton Centre Brad, Smokey Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Senior Year. I Will to N. H. S.: Seven last per- iod studies every week. Rileyg II, Weeks, Service Senior Play 3 3 Intramural Sports. VAN PENNELL 35 Calvin Rd., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To run a tank through Building 3. Palmer, Ig Day: College Tennis 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Hunting and Fishing 1. S 1 ca .X if I X 4 rt!!! N ' N 'MANGELINK MARIA PERGOLA X38 Leldhgton StL,IWest Newton l ' Angie, Lena is F vbri-S' Pastirhe: Alluthe wonder- figgti spent wiihk Miss Hazard Q ah Mr. Pelclar. .,, 7 'Fondesr' Memorf of N. HUXS.: lRi ' I on "Bobby" after chool.- Pal , IV, Warren, Busihess "NeJvtoV e 3, "Junior -Red Cross Xeourkil 1, Archery 3. JAMES MCDANIEL PERKINS 164 Oliver Rd., Waban Jim Suppressed Desire: To have a class in Building III. I Will to N. H. S.: Moving stairs for Building I. Beals, II, Warren, College Ice Hockey 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Radio Club 2, 3. RICHARD MARK PERLMUTTER 31 Buswell Park, Newton Richie Favorite Pastime: Eating lunch in study. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Ti- gerama Motorcade 1959. Adams, I, Bigelow, College Civics Committee 3: Newtonian Representative 1, Intramural Sports 1, International Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, Literary Magazine 2, 3, P. T. S. A. 1, Class Committee 2, House Council 3. DAVID JAY PERRY 130 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands Favorite Pastime: Driving J.A.B. to school. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Try- ing to find a parking place at 7:45 A.M. IIIT, Weeks, Business NORMA FRANCES PERRY 20 Wildwood Ave., Newtonville Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The football games, my Junior year. I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Peterson and Mr. Johnson. Barry, II, West Junior High, Watertown, College Rally Committee, 1, 2, 33 Newton- ian 3, Tennis 33 Junior Class Com- mittee 2. RISA ELLEN PERRY 25 Kodaya Rd., Waban Favorite Pastime: The blasts I've had with Barbara and Judy in Dorchester. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The trip to the United Nations in my Sophomore year. Riley, II, Weeks, College junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, Cavalry 1, 2, 3, Library Club 1, 2, 3: Caduceans Club 2, 33 S. O. S. l, 2, 3. ROBERT S. PERRY 25 Kodaya Rd., Waban Bob Suppressed Desire: To bean the kid who crossed out everything on my data sheet. I Will to N. H. S.: More 2 x 4's to hold up Building I. Adams, I, II, Weeks, College Orange Shield 3, Indoor Track 2, 3, Gymnastics Team, Football Manager 1, 2. ANN ROSYLN MARIA XR 90' 6 305' C4 .. ,v - - . ...sv . ..,. . . . 180 Winchester St., Q. Newton Highlands 'II' 3 3 Annie ' 'iii ' , Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Favorite Pastime: "Big Bobby" and "Little Bobby." Q 2' g Q .5 Palmer, IIIB, Meadowbrook, Busifzf .im 5' ness jj :CII All Q? Archery 3. JU., 14' 'I . 'w KLK V 1 Doiidiiiiv ly : Q . most of It my B TE My - . . tt . ':, . , I Bar up :" ' f . M .mb-1. 5915 . L u pre ei . o aclfpc - BRUCE MICHAEL PERRY . ith .- ds. Tj' . 65 Cloverdale Rd., -F Tesi .em 7 'O N 'Q Newton Highlands T r i 't ' ff at oc ft' Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Get' ' am Q, H 0 e nl ting away with murder. , 1 '14 A .P ' I, 'Q - 1 Will to N. H. s.: My ability J' .' ' , e ' ' , V ' mmmee . , , N t a Leade orps help Mrs. Chartier, CAdams Hous 1. U rs . Che 1,5 Secretaryb. ' . -' . - Adams, I, Weeks, College ' ming hi ' Zusl QJTQO, gootjball lf'2,k33 Inioior Tr?-ik 3, gb ' mee 15 Sopho Glee Og QQ IFC 3' ams ouse ub 1, Mixed Chorus 3g Senior . ff or 3' Supper 3. . X fx 89 DAVID FRANK PHILLIPS 147 Lake Ave., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Practicing Sop- histry. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. John Harris in English. Beals, I, Weeks, College National Honor Society 2, 3, Li- terary Editor, Newtonian 2, 3: Science Fair 2, Intramural Sports 2, Chemistry Club 2, Debating Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Chess Club 3, Russian Club 3, Literary Magazine 3. WILLIAM PICARIELLO 131 Crafts St., Newton II, Day Mn and Mrs. ELIZABETH ANNE PIKE 44 Chapin Rd., Newton Centre Liz Favorite Pastime: Going places. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Newton Plan. Adams, I, Weeks, College English Club 2, Treasurer 3, Music Club 3, Literary Magazine Business Committee, Executive Board 2, 3, Program Committee of Drama Fes- tival 1, 2, Chairman, Publicity Committee of Senior Play 3. LEON BARRY PINSTEIN 35 Llewellyn Rd., West Newton Rabbit Favorite Pastime: Definitely - Posi- tively - Absolutely. I Prophecize That: Hard Labor C ?J will do away with the I.B.M. next year. Riley, I, Day, College Legislature 1, Civics Committee 2, Homeroom Manager 1, 2, Tiger- ama Committee 1, Ushers 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Council 1, Intra- mural Sports I, English Club 3, French Club 3, International Club 2, 33 Rifle Club 2. ELIZABETH RACHEL PLOTKIN 100 Walnut Hill Rd., Newton Highlands Liz Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cape Cod weekends. I Will to N. H. S.: Those wild Newtonite make-ups. Palmer, I, Meadowbrook, College Legislature 2, Newtonite 2, 3, Ves- pers'2, Drama 1, 2, Music 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Newtonite Copy Editor 2, 3, Drama Festival Pro- gram Committee 1. MARJORY ANN PLOTKIN 257 Waltham St., West Newton Margie Favorite Pastime: C-J Yes, that's it! I Will to N. H. S.: Carpets for the Commons Room in Riley House so we can walk around without be- ing heard. Riley, I, Day, College Homeroom Manager 1, Senior Play 3, French Club 3, International Club 2, Music Club 2, 3, Class Committee 2. FREDLEE ELLEN PODOLSKY 38 Garland Rd., Newton Centre Lee, Freddie Suppressed Desire: To get what I want instead of what I deserve. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The night Judy yelled, "Dave!" and Hula Hooping with 95428. Adams, I, Weeks, College Legislature 1, 2, Rally Committee 2, 3, Dance Committee 2, 3, Science Fair 1, Archery 2, Cavalry Club 2, 3, English Club 3, Inter- national Club 3. ALBERT WILLIAM POMPEI 9 Murphy Court, Nonantum Pomp Favorite Pastime: Taking up space at Newton High. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sing- ing in the corridors during classes. Riley, II, Day, College Legislature 2, Orange Shield 3, Basketball 2, 3, Football 3, Indoor Track 1, 2, 33 Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. TONI DIANE POMPEO 28 Marlboro St., Newton Popeye, Pomp Favorite Pastime: S.F.ing with Spinach and the girls, Smiling. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Watie, right Wright, Pargie, Goo, Sam, Jane, S.F. Adams, I, Bigelow, College Senior Play Costume Committee 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, Newtonian 2, 3, Data Editor 2, 3, Ushers 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2, Student Office Secretary 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1. JOHN POMPONIO 82 Bourne St., Auburndale Palmer, Il, Cambridge Academy, College Mashed Potatoes JOAN MARILYN POPPER 64 Vaughn Ave., Newton Highlands Pops Suppressed Desire: To improvize, characterize, and dramatize. Favorite Pastime: Deciding what I would do if . . . Barry: lg Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Newtonian 2: Arch- ery 2, 39 Drama 1, 2, 33 English l, 2, 3: French 33 Tusitala 2, 35 S. O. S. 2. LARAINE POWELL 39 Linden St., Newton Upper Falls Larry Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Swimming through the tunnels on a rainy day. I Will to N. H. S.: A bigger mir- ror for the girls' room. Riley: IV, Catalina High, Tucson, Arizona: College Rally Committee 2, 3: Orange Shield 2, Newtonite 2, 3, Leader Corps 2, 3. IRA B. PRENSKY 198 Gibbs St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To get a seat in the cafeteria. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Lab periods in Chemistry. Beals: Ig Weeksg College Aviation Club 1: Chess Club 39 Bowling Club 13 Russian Club 3. EDITH HOLMES PRENTICE 677 Chestnut St., Waban Edie Favorite Pastime. Burning the rnid- night oil. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All my wonderful friends and teachers: The Matchmaker. Palmer: Ig Warren, College Civics Committee 23 Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 1 2 3' Newt ian 2 3 Vespers 3 Alpha Gam T .f' J . : 5 a M 55 English 1: Drama 2: Fre c 2 Music 1, 2,. 33 A Cappella r IU? 3 Arts Festival 2 Music N t 1 F S Committee 3 Lit x Magazine 2 3: Sophomore Glee Clu A. . . ' 5 ' y 1 l L C BARRY LEONARD PRICE 213 Waltham St., West Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The clean floors in the locker room. I Will to N. H. S.: "Fish," Palmer: Ig Day: College PAMELA ANN PROCTER 66 Highland Ave., Newtonville Pam Suppressed Desire: Barb, Linda, Char and Bev know!! To move to that "certain town" in New Hamp- shire. Ambition: To finish Nursing School and work at Huggins Hospi- tal in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. Barry, II, Day: College Music 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 39 Nutse's Oflice 2. BEVERLY MILTON PROCTOR 17 Gibson Rd., Newtonville Bev Suppressed Desire: To get satis- faction and enjoyment out of life. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Senior year, trying to meet the 6 minute deadline to class and losing half my books on the way. Palmer: II: Day, College Stage Crew 35 Ushers 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Archery 1, 3: Badminton 25 Softball 1, 2, 33 Volleyball 2g Bowling 1, 2, 33 Cavalry 2, 3: Chemistry 33 Music 1, 2, 33 Outing 3. RONALD PROMER 17 Lodge Rd., West Newton Ron Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The aroma in the cafeteria. Suppressed Desire: To have Mr. Packard call me by my right name. Palmer: I, II3 Dayg College Homeroom Manager 1, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 1: Drama 1: Chess Club 2. HELEN ANITA PUGATCH 20 Sunhill Lane, Newton Centre Pooch Favorite Pastime: Weekends at TEO and the Yana. Fondest Memory of N. IH. .S.: Parking the red Olds at 7:30 in the morning. Riley, I, Weeks: College Civics Committee 33 Senior Play 35 Rally Committee 2: Orange Shield 3, Orange Book 2, 3: Ushers 2, Tennis 2, 35 Drama Club 1, 2, 35 English 1, French 2, 3. JAMES FRANCIS QUINN 61 Cherry Place, West Newton Jence Favorite Pastime: Weightlifting and Work! Rileyg IV, Day: Service N w il J' ' 5 r X . J nf, - 0 SUSAN ROBERTA QUINN 29 Irving St., Newton Centre Suzi Q., Tude IIA, Quinnsy, Herb Favorite Pastime: Ho Jo's, the Dell, and my reciprocal trade agree- ment with Colorado. Suppressed Desire: To be every- where all the time so I won't miss anything to eliminate procrastina- tion. Adams, I, Bigelow, College Homeroom Manager 1, Senior Play 3, Drama Festival 1, 2, 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Ushers l, 2, 3, Golf 2, English Club 3, French Club 3, Interna- tional Club 3, Music Club 3, S. O. S. 3, Arts Festival 2, Tigerama Hostess 1, Senior Supper Hostess 3, Biology Club 3. MARLENE EVELYN sun RABrNov1Tz 22 Tanglewood Rd., Newton Centre Marl Favorite Pastime: Going with Marv. Ambition: Not waiting for Rosalie to get ready every morning. Palmer, IV, Meadowbrook, College Civics Committee 3, Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 5, Dance Committee 1, 2, Tennis 2, Cavalry 2, English 3, Outing 3, S. O. S. MARK LEWIS RAISMAN 78 Audubon Drive, Chestnut Hill Suppressed Desire, To be able to "Support" my favorite pastime. Favorite Pastime: Living and Lov- mg. Beals, II, Meadowbrook, College Legislature 1, 2, Civics Committee 3, Homeroom Manager 2, Debat- ing Club l, 2, 3, International Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2. NANCY J. C. RANDO 694 Boylston Sr., Newton Highlands Ambition: To see the world and meet all its people. Beals, II, Meadowbrook, College ROBERT DOW RAPHEL 390 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville Bob -J Suppressed Desirezgfo see N. I-It Sr v Class A football champs. , ' 5 1 Will IO. N.5H. ,six Afgxlielltnill House. ., ,V if 4 ' ,. ' Palmer, , yilQolle'ge ' ", l' gf , , ' 1 vw if' K N' .I 1 ' FootbalL,ll,??b , - fix. 34 if x K' ll lax l 2 . . - . A .1 l 'N I x 4. K - xl V A 1 - - . 1 .N Y, A1 u ,, V , t , 1 auf 'V .-If l 'k f"'f 'A "- f ' I r-1 w I ' ." xi' K A ' 1 SAILLYLANN RA BIRGl , .vi 1.1lOhio'lAYg,lNewfbn Sqppressqd Dk' dz 'l'o.be'a midget. Favority 'Pastiliazv Bebig late to school. ' -' I K' Adams, Bl, Meadovalllrook, Busi- ess Q 'V ,W Rally Comrnittfe 1, .Usher 1, Golf, Archery 3,.Home Economics. .'ffA' tif it 5. - ,gas V iw . -It Ea Move over ....,.....1. DONALD THOMAS REEVES 297 Cabot St., Newtonville Donny Suppressed Desire: To have my own business someday. Favorite Pastime: Dancing. Adams, II, Day, College Spring Musical 1, Drama Festival 1, Vespers 3, Motion Picture Squad 2, Hunting and Fishing Club 1, Meteorology Club 1, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. VICTOR GUEZ REID 140 Dickerman Rd., Newton Highlands Favorite Pastime: Studying about crime detection. Ambition: To go to Los Angeles, California. Palmer, II, Meadowbrook, College Rifle 3. TERRENCE EDWARD RF ILLY 20 Rive, . Sf., West Newton Terry, Reil Suppressed Desire: Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. Favorite Pastime: Livin' the Life of Reily - What a life! Palmer, II, Warren, College Orange Shield 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Archery 1, 2, Badminton 1, 2, Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3. JOEL EDWARD REINGOLD 126 Valentine St., West Newton Joe Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The many characters and interesting people whom I have known at N. H. S. I Will to N. I-I. S.: A team of 500 students hired solely for the put- pose of attending N. H. S. Hockey Games. Riley, I, Warren, College Legislature 1, Civics Board 3, Orange Shield 3, Newtonite 2, Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Chemistry Club 2, 3, Rifle Club 1, Boys' Vice-President of Associates 3. JUDITH SANDRA REINES 447 Waban Ave., Waban Judv Suppressed Desire: To meet all deadlines on time. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Get- ting a first lioor homeroom in my Senior year. Adams3 I3 Warren3 College Civics Committee 33 Drama Festi- val 13 Newtonian 1, 3s Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 33 Ushers l, 23 Drama Club 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 2, 33 Music Club 1, 2g Russian Club 33 American Field Service 3. SARAH JANE REMLEY 73 Randlett Park, West Newton Sally Suppressed Desire: To lose Sarah. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: From November to May of my Junior year. Palmer3 I3 Dayg College Spring Musical 33 Rally Commit- tee l, 2, 33 Vespers 1, 2, 33 Archery 13 Music 1, 2, 33 Outing 1, 2, 33 Junior Class Committee 23 Opera 23 Junior Class Ring Committee 23 Music Night 1, 2, 3. JANE CARLISLE RENKER 181 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Going to Yana. I Will to N. H. S.: My I.B.M. number - 7104. Rileyg I3 Weeksg College National Honor Society 2, 3g Civics Committee 23 Drama Festival 1, 23 Rally Committee 1, 23 Newtonian 33 Alpha Gamma Tau 1, 2, 3g Music Club 2, 33 Russian Club 3. JANE ELLEN RESNICK 36 Bonnybrook Rd., Waban Suppressed Desire: To reach 5', a desire which I fear will remain sup- pressed. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The wild Ncwtonite make-up nights on the Building I fire escape. Adamsg I3 Warreng College Legislature 33 Civics Committee 2, 33 Homeroom Manager 23 Newton- ite 2, 3, Photography Editor3 Leader Corps 1, 2, 33 Dance Committee 23 Junior Prom Publicity 23 Drama Club 13 English Club 13 Interna- tional Club 2s Music Club 1. Man behind the badge JOAN DAVIDA RICARDO 25 Park Ave., Newton Joni Favorite Pastime: Going to the Cape with Sue and Nat. I Will to N. H. S.: The new bus which started two years too late. Adamsg II3 Bigelow3 College Rally Committee 1, 23 Drama Club 33 Music Club 2, 3. BARBARA ANNE RICE 21 Bacon Place, Upper Falls Barb Suppressed Desire: To go to'3Boys' Latin School. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My two years with Mrs. Neufeld. Barry3 I3 Weeks3 College Ushers 33 English 33 French 33 Future Teachers 1, 2, 3g Music 3. SUSAN JOAN RICE 141 Blake St., Newtonville Sue Favorite Pastime: The Weekend Whisters. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being called Nancy. Adamsg I3 Bigelowg College Legislature 13 Senior Play Publicity Committee 33 Spring Musical 1, 23 Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Newton- ian 33 Newtonite 1, 2, 33 Vespers 1, 23 Dance Committee of Junior Prom 23 Usher 2 3 Tennis 13 Volley- ball 13 English Club 33 French Club 1, 2, 33 Music Club 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 3. DONNA GAY RICHMOND 287 Hartmann Rd., Newton Centre Don Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The fun I had in 1128 in my Junior year. I Will to N. H. S.: Brookline High School. Barry3 I3 Meadowbrook3 College National Honor Society 2, 33 Legis- lature 13 Civics Committee 23 Orange Book 2, 33 Leader Corps 1, 2, 33 Archery 13 Drama 1, 2, 33 French 23 Associate Representative for Junior Class 23 Student Oliice Secretaryg Associates Council 2, 3g Girls Vice-President of Associates' 33 Central Civics Committee 3. COLEMAN MARK RIDGE 33 Wildwood Ave., Newtonville Red ' Riley3 II3 Day3 College Orange Shield 23 Golf 3g Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3g Chemistry Club 3g Class Committee 2. HARMON RIFKIN 155 Pond Brook Rd., Chestnut Hill Buddy Suppressed Desire: To have no classes, just extra-curricular activi- ties. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the ponytails, N.R.B. Barry3 I3 Meadowbrook3 College Legislature 23 Civics Committee 23 Homeroom Manager 13 Senior Play 33 Orange Shield 33 Newtonite 2, 33 Aviation 13 International Club 2, 3g Spanish Club 3. 'M i ni l V f l' 7 dn-,K f' f l 1 ff- :Qs , 3131 f '. A ,, , av v M. 1 , . ,J HJ! 'L iuri 5. JEFFREY ROBERT RISKIN 105 Grant Ave., Newton Centre Jed' Suppressed Desire: To skip last period gym. Favorite Pastime: Daydreaming in French Class. Riley: I: Weeks: College International Club 3: Physics Club 3. LAWRENCE S. RITTENBERG 54 Nathan Rd., Newton Centre Larry Suppressed Desire: To get a white card. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Go- ing home after school. Bacon: I: Bigelow: College Homeroom Manager 3: Newtonite 2: Ushers 2: Science Fair 2: Foot- ball 1: Intramural Sports 1: Latin 1. ROSELINE ANNE RIZZA 306 Cherry St., West Newton Rosy Suppressed Desire: To know all the kids that go to N. H. S. I Will to N. H. S.: An elevator for each building. Riley: II: Warren: College Civics Committee 3: Homeroom Manager 33 Spring Musical 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Stage Crew 3: Tennis 1, 2: Archery 2: Drama Club 1, 2: Latin 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: A Cap- pella Choir 2, 3: Glee Club 1: S. O. S. 3. ALICE MARIE ROACH 966 Chestnut St., Newton Upper Falls Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the wonderful friends I've known. I Will to N. H. S.: Another English class as good as ours and Mrs. Levine. Riley: IV: Meadowbrook: Business Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 3: Archery 2, 3: Softball 1: Home Economics Club 1: Outing Club 2, 3. SANDRA R. ROBBINS 4 Athelstane Rd., Newton Centre Sandi Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Get- ting caught skipping school. I Will to N. H. S.: The House Plan. Bacon: II: Brighton High: Business Tennis 2, 3: Badminton 3: Intra- mural Sports 3: French 3: Nurse's Office 2, 3. ELLEN BARBARA ROBERTS 514 Dudley Rd., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Doing what I like to do. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cape Cod week-ends. Palmer: I: Meadowbrook: College Rally Committee 3: Orange Shield 3: Future Teachers 1, 3: Newtonite Circulation Committee 2: Drama Festival Ticket Committee 1: Ti- gerama Roster Committee 2. Modern dance .las-.i.-.:a. 5 -fi.: w.fis.:'sfs -fail - i1f:',.,e'1-, f-ef:f7Tw 1 'Sins . P -'M .: - - 1-..i-mpgs:-f.,':'., rw, , 'Q Q. 5 .,, ,., : ..,,..., p , 3 Q Br FREDERIC RICHARD ROBERTS 49 Duncklee St., Newton Highlands Fred, Cap Suppressed Desire: To get out. Adams: I: Weeks: College PAUL ALAN ROBERTS 39 Washburn Ave., Auburndale Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day they called school off. Ambition: Photography. Adams: I: Warren: College Spring Musical 3: Newtonian 2, 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Newtonite Booster Committee: Tennis 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Camera Club 1, 2, President 3: Music Club 1: Sailing Club 3. DARLENE ANN ROBINSON 424 Cherry St., West Newton Bobbie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Sutherland's study hall. I Will to N. H. S.: My younger sister Sheila and my books. Bacon: II: Mt. St. Joseph Academy: College Legislature 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 2: Science Fair 3: Golf 2: Archery 2, 3: Home Economics Club 2, 3: Science Club 3. DONALD EDWAR D ROBINSON 46 Lafayette Rd., Newton Lower Falls Don Suppressed Desire: To invent a collapsible string bass. I Will to N. H. S.: My string bass desk No. 1 in the orchestra. Palmer: I: Warren: College Homeroom Manager 2: Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Science Fair 1: Football 1, 2: Music 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Concert Band 2: Opera 2. HINDA FAY ROBINSON 533 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Hindu Favorite Pastime: Hunting with E.K. and j.P. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Driving to class with Sandy. Beals: II, Brighton High School, Rochester, N. Y., College Art 3, Library 33 Music 33 Spanish 3. JUDITH ANN ROBINSON 41 Truman Rd., Newton Centre Judi Suppressed Desire: To graduate - 1960. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Martin and Mr. Harter's U. S. History class. Palmer, II: Meadowbrook: College Vespers 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 3, Art 2, 3g Stage Crew 3: Ushers 2, Outing 25 French 13 Bowling 2: Music 1, 2, 3. if Merry Mhstrel LESLIE ANN ROBINSON 15 Winchester Rd., Newton Les, Lezzie Favorite Pastime: Being on a diet! l Will to N. H. S.: My hard boiled eggs. Riley, I, Day: College Homeroom Manager 2g Drama Fes- tival 23 Rally Committee 23 Debat- ing Club 25 French Club 3g Orchesis I, 2, 3. MAUREEN PATRICIA ROGAN 300 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Maura, Reeny, Ra-Ra Favorite Pastime: Workin', Waitin' and Wishin'. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Football Games with Donna and Pat. Riley: II, Day: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Badmin- ton 33 Drama Club 3, Outing Club 3: Spanish .Club 33 S. O. S. lg Caduceans Club 2. fir E THOMAS M. ROPER 52 Hersom St., Watertown Tomster Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sports. I Will to N. H. S.: Gym clothes. IIIT Auto, Service Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Administra- tive Aids. PETER VAN ROSBECK 7 White Pine Rd., Newton Upper Falls Pete Palmer, I, Meadowbrook: College Homeroom Manager lg Tigerama Committee lg Motion Picture Squad lg Volleyball 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, Rifle 2, 3. MYRA LOUISE ROSEN 360 Dedham St., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To walk through the tunnels on a rainy day without getting wet. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Get- togethers in Building III. Bacon, Ilg Meadowbrook, College French Club 3: Orchesis 2, 3: Out- ing Club Zg Arts Festival 25 Opera 2. PEGGY ANN ROSENBAUM 18 Bellevue St., Newton Suppressed Desire: To keep the same lock on my locker all year. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Three cheers and a tiger. Riley, Ig Bigelow: College Senior Play 35 Newtonite 2, 35 Vespers 3: Debating Club lg Eng- lish Club 35 International Club 2, Latin Club 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3, Orchesis lg Tusitala 13 Literary Magazine 2, 35 Glee Club lg A Cap- pella Choir 35 Arts Committee 3. ARNOLD HERBERT ROSENBERG 76 Brandeis Rd., Newton Centre Arnie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Eat- ing in our Modern Cafeteria. I Will to N. H. S.: Waterproof tunnels. Palmer: Ig Meadowbrook: College Science Fair 1, Intramural Sports lg Meterology 3g Science lg Boys' Chorus lg Physics Club 3. BINNIE IRIS ROSENBERG 411 Parker St., Newton Centre Bin Favorite Pastime: Being with Syd. Beals, Il, Meadowbrook: College junior Red Cross Council 25 Music Club 2, 3. 3' W 01 Nsdf 'Wi """'! MAY BETH ROSENBERG 33 Newtonville Ave., Newton Maybe Favorite Pastime: Talking to Judi about those "certain someones." I Will to N. H. S.: The BIG trum- pet player - who finally made it! Bealsg 15 Bigelowg College Legislature 25 Homeroom Manager 15 Rally Committee 1, 25 Archery 2, 35 Library Club 1, 25 Music Club 1, 2, 3. RICHARD ROSENBURG 183 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Snake eyes Favorite Pastime: Going home from school. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The fire drills. Palmerg I5 Solomon Lewenberg5 College Newtonite5 Intramural Sports 35 Cavalry 3. LESTER DAVID ROSENGARD 25 Ballard St., Newton Centre Les Suppressed Desire: To equip all Latin students with trots. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Junior homeroom in 233. Adamsg I5 Bigelow5 College French Club 2, 35 English Club 15 International Club 25 Music Club 35 Boys' Chonis 15 Biology Club 2. MARJORIE ANNE ROSENGARD 25 Ballard St., Newton Centre Margie Suppressed Desire: To see Newton beat Brookline this year! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mrs. Goldstein's English classes. Rileyg I5 Bigelow5 College Senior-.Play 35 Newtonian 2, 35 Vespers 25 French Club 2, 35 Fu- ture Teachers Club 35 Latin Club 25 Music Club 25 Outing Club 25 Girls' Chorus 25 Arts Festival 2. BETSY ROSENTHAL 76 Miller Rd., Newton Centre Betz Favorite Pastime: Getting together with the other three of the Creative Four: Linda, Nancy and jessica. I Will to N. H. S.: Paper cups for the NEWTONITE staff. Barry5 I5 Warren5 College Rally Committee 25 Newtonite 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Music Club 2, 35 Theatrical Make-Up Commit- tee 1. HARVEY MERRILL ROSENTHAL 22 Silver Birch Rd., Waban Harv Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Creedon's Sophomore English class. I Will to N. H. S.: A bottle of tranquilizing pills for Mrs. Lee. Adams5 I5 Weeks5 College Civics Committee 35 Homeroom Manager 1, 35 Senior Play 35 Dra- ma Festival 25 Newtonian! 2, 35 Badminton 15 Intramural Sports 1, 35 Alpha Gamma Tau 2, Treasurer 35 Camera Club 25 French Club 35 Science Club 1. ,init Man and the Motor Car Aung 5 x l LINDA DORIS ROSENTHAL 140 Beethoven Rd., Waban Favorite Pastime: Asking Mr. El- liot to change my seat so I can sit with Marlene. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Homeroom periods with Miss Sul- livan. Palmer5 II5 Weeksg College Rally Committee 35 English 35 Tennis 35 French 35 Outing 3. MARGERY ANN ROSENTHAL 121 Hartmann Rd., Oak Hill Margie Suppressed Desire: To keep my suppressed desire suppressed. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Su1livan's junior homeroom. Riley5 I5 Meadowbrookg College Legislature 25 Homeroom Man- ager 35 Rally Committee 15 Tiger- ama Committee 1, 25 Cavalry Club 25 French Club 15 House Council Representative 35 Secretary of Riley House Council 35 Senior Play Scen- ery 3. ROBERT ROSENTHAL 32 Gate House Rd., Chestnut Hill Bob ELEANOR SUE ROSENWALD 14 Lodge Rd., West Newton Ellie Favorite Pastime: Horseback riding and tennis. Palmer5 II5 Day5 College Basketball 35 Tennis 35 Archery 15 Cavalry 1, 2, 35 Future Teachers 1, 2, 35 Music 25 Outing 35 Spanish 3. And away we go into April . . vs I 20' 'if i C I 1' I -v If U43 Iv' . 5. iibii "Il 3 Ilfi x If 1 1 1 .. 4' x c , . J . . , P . K5 ' - I " ,, . - BARRY G. ROSS' V 5' 1 ' kN V- ' 217 Bow Rd, Newton Centre" 1 l Q' 5 Barisxqg K N uippress Desire: To, t a p P- i g spadeiltS7:30 uear blgqiabolltk F dest Memory of'N5. . S.: The day we ran out of gas in Al's "37" on 128. Palmer, II, Weeks, College Legislature 1, Homeroom Manager 2, Motion Picture Squad 2, Dance Committee 1, Bowling 1, 2. ELEANOR BARBARA ROSS 65 Fairmont Ave., Newton Bacon, I, Bigelow, College JOAN HARRIET ROSS 329 Hartmann Rd., Newton Centre Joannie Suppressed Desire: To straighten out the floor by the Barry House ollices. I Will to N. H. S.: A hellicopter to go from the fourth floor of Building I to the third floor of Building Il. Barry, Il, Meadowbrook, College junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, Newtonian 3, French Club 3, Fu- ture Teachers Club 3, Library Staff 2. SUSAN ROSS 151 Stanley Rd., Waban Crisco, Sue Suppressed Desire: To reach 5'. l Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Sobol. Adams, I, Weeks, College Rally Committee 1, English Club 1, 2, Music Club 2, Spanish Club - b- r..., i X K fist.. I ix .ea-g I ix -J.. 'R ',, ..tt ,, 3? 3'- , as 5 is ik A " at ff Q 4 'V 5 , if . i . sa XX My fi 3-5 3 3 K 'WN 3. 4 x WENDELLY M. ROSSI 30 Farguar Rd., Newtonville Wendy Suppressed Desire: To travel around the world. Ambition: To become a good tea- cher. Riley, II, South High, College DIANE MADGE ROTE 38 Adella Ave., West Newton Favorite Pastime: Wearing black and orange. Ambition: To be liked by every- one. Palmer, I, Day, College Homeroom Manager 2, National Honor Society 2, 3, Girls' Athletic Board 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Newtonite 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1, Field Hockey 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Drama I, 2, 3, Music 1, Outing Club Vice-President 2, 3, S. O. S. 1, Girls' Chorus 1, Senior Play Props Committee 3. EILEEN MARSHA ROTTENBERG 22 Rosalie Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To be in a homeroom on the first floor. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Sullivan's junior Homeroom, Miss Dohanian's Math class. Palmer, I, Meadowbrook, College Drama Festival 2, Newtonian 2, Newtonite' 2, 3, junior Red Cross Council , Ushers 1, French 2, 33 Music 2, 3, Junior Class Commit- tee 2, PAUL D. ROVNER 68 Olde Field Rd., Newton Centre Bushy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Looking for a parking space at 7 :3O on Monday morning. I Will to N. H. S.: The neat notes I took in Mr. Halls F-block class. Palmer, I, Meadowbrook, College Legislature 1, 2, Civics Committee 3, Football 2, Intramural Sports I, Debating 3, French 2. JUDITH LINDA ROWER 207 Temple St., West Newton Judy Suppressed Desire: To graduate with all A's. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Srone's Latin class. Adams, II, Warren, College Rally Committee 2, 3, Cavalry Club 2, English Club 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Future Teachers Club 1, 2. MICHAEL J. RUBENSTEIN 35 Brackett Rd., Newton Mike Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those unexpected assemblies dur- ing X-block. I Will to N. H. S.: An automat for the cafeteria. Riley, I, Day, College Science Fair 3, Tennis 3, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, Chess Club 3. XS tiff,-,Q 'QNFXED -r- of-wr many, many howls I had at PHYLLIS JOYCE RUBIN 45 Park Lane, Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: It's a secret! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior year. Bacon: ll: Weeks: College Rally Committee 2, 3: Newtonian 3: junior Red Cross Council 2, 3: Archery 3: Badminton 3: Theatrical Make-Up 1. PAMELA HELEN RUDNICK 18 David Rd., Newton Centre Pam, Penny Suppressed Desire: Syd knows. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My social life and Lenny. Barry: Il: Meadowbrook: College Rally Committee 2, 3: Arts Festival Committee 2: Ushers 2: Drama 2, 3: Library 2: Outing 2, 3: Spanish 2. All - American MICHAEL HARRIS RUDY 111 Flain St., Newton Centre Mike Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Multipwying and subtwacting. I Will to N. H. S.: The signed admit to class slips I didn't use. Palmer: I: Weeks: College Golf 2, 3: Baseball 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Alph Gamma Tau 12, 3: Camera 2, 3: French 1: Rifle SANDRA SHIRLEY RUFO 12 Colonial Ave., Newtonville 5 Sandy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The football games and down at the Delly. Palmer: IV: Day: Business Rally Committee 3: Tennis 3: Archery 2: Softball 2: Badminton 1: Volleyball 2: Home Economics 2. NORMAN BENJAMIN RUSSELL 28 Roosevelt Rd., Newton Centre Norm Suppressed Desire: Not to have all my majors on Friday. Favorite Pastime: Eating lunch dur- ing class. Bacon: II: Meadowbrook: College Legislature 2. GEORGE RYAN 21 Central Terrace, Auburndale Honest I Will to N. H. S.: One tired flat- head Plymouth Six. Ambition: To break 100 m.p.h. on Elm Rd. Riley: II: Warren: College Homeroom Manager 2: Ushers 2: Motion Picture Squad 2. MARTIN DAVID RYAN 440 Lexington St., Auburndale Marty Suppressed Desire: To win the championship in baseball. Favorite Pastime: Baseball. Riley: IV: Warren: Business Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3. THOMAS GEORGE RYAN 286 Melrose St., Auburndale Tom, T.R., Tee Favorite Pastime: Going from 2306 to 1444 and being on time! I Will to N. H. S.: Curtains for Room 335. Bacon: II: Warren: College Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. EDWARD MARC SALAMOFF 116 Old Farm Rd., Newton Centre Eddie, Ed Suppressed Desire: To have a sir- loin steak in the cafeteria for 256 Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The weekends fEnglish muffins and baglesl. Adams: I: Bigelow: College Vespers 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: Latin Club 1: Music Club QQ Cappella Choilrx 2, 3: Boys' Cliorus 1. of L X9 vjo I 6 K f L X-Xhp, qcx X99 Z We 'Q 5 J' Q29 ANS E, '- x .JP cf F7 V-F. B PAULINE SALLET X0 VO 410 Homer St., Newton Centre ,YXN Nkdams: Il: Weeks: College .L,0'Homeroom Manager 1, 2: Leader X -CN Corps 1, 2: Dance Committee 2 C' CZ , Softball 1: French Club 1. S V J J C7 - HX gg..-4 J0 .92 X6 '63 of L 0 Alternating currents LEE STEVEN SALTZBERG 100 Cross Hill Rd., Newton Centre Pepper Burger Suppressed Desire: To win a Pulit- zer Prize for writing to bring back to Mrs. Lee. Favorite Pastime: Managing my "stable" of fighters -- "Mole" and "Trigger" will understand. Bacon: Ig Meadowbrook: College National Honor Society 2, 33 Legis- lature 2: Civics Committee 33 Drama Festival 23 Newtonite Ex- change Editor 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2: Debating lg French 1, 2, 33 Music 2, 3. CHRISTINE PRISCILLA SALVINI 136 Austin St., Newtonville Chris Favorite Pastime: Procrastinating. Ambition: To stop procrastinating. Palmer: Ig Day, College Rally Committee 1, 2, Tigerama Committee 1: Usher for Senior Play 33 Softball 2, French 2, 33 Outing 1, 2, 3. INA SUSAN SANDBERG 49 Warren Rd., Waban Favorite Pastime: My "Lord's Prayer." Fondest Memory of N. I-I. S.: Mr. Sobol's English class. Riley: Ig Weeks: College Rally Committee 2, 3: Newtonian 2, 3: Leader Corps 1: Future Tea- chers Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 35 S. O. S. 2, 3. VQKJUDITH ANN SANDBERG ff 156 Park St., Newton Corner Judv F vorite Pastime: Stopping at gas tion ith the "girls", and s.f.- "n 't girls. l l to N. H. S.: More teachers 1 e Mr. Malone. Adams, II, Bigelow, College Rally Committee I, 31 Newtonian 3 Archery Cavalry Club 2: Music C b 3 Outing Club 2, 33 Home 2. u X. my 3 N r Qs li? .1 Sf. ... WILMA ANN SANDERSON 114 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Willy I Will to N. H. S.: My mammoth gym locker. Ambition: Modeling. Barry, II, Pentucket Regional, Col- lege Spanish Club 2. SHIRLEY SANDMAN 31 Salisbury Rd., Newton Sandy Suppressed Desire: Trying to get from 235 to 1444 on time. Ambition: To be a good teacher. Beals, II: Classical High School, Worcester: College Drama Festival 2, 3, Rally Com- mittee 2, 3, Debating Club 3, Fu- ture Teachers Club 35 Library Club 35 Music Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 3, Student Oflice Secretary 33 Arts Festival 2. JOSEPH A. SANTORO 48 Bromfield St., Watertown Sandy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Watching Clem Boyld getting nerv- OUR Ambition: To get married to Joyce. IIITg West Junior High, Service FREDERICK ANTHONY SANTUCCI 418 Langley Rd., Thompsonville Freddy Suppressed Desire: To marry her. I Prophecize That: We will get married. Adams: Ig Weeks, College Legislature 1: Dance Committee 25 Football 1, 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Aviation Club 3. NORMAN MICHAEL SAUNDERS 30 Helene Rd., Waban Norm Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The rallies on top of Building 3. I Will to N. H. S.: A cafeteria. Palmer: Ig Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 33 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 33 Meterology 33 Science 1. STEVEN JAY SAVATSKY 22 Oakwood Rd., Newtonville Steve Suppressed Desire: An "A" in English. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Hall's chemistry class. Beals: Ig Warren, College Science Fair 33 Outdoor Track 1: Intramural Sports 35 Alpha Gamma Tau 2, 33 Chemistry Club 2, 3: Chess Team 2, 3, Captain, Physics Club 3. 99 00 JOHN GILMAN SAWYER 40 Neshobe Rd., Waban Suppressed Desire: To steal Mrs. Leone's white cards. I Will to N. H. S.: A tenor seat in the Madrigal singers. Palmer: I: Warren: College Spring Musical 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Science 1, 3: French 1: Music Club I, 2, 3: Junior Class Commit- tee 2. SAMUEL GUY SAWYER 55 Windsor Rd., Waban Sam Favorite Pastime: Rides from Billy Mason. I Will to N. H. S.: A.O. the "cute little fella." Bacon: I: Kimball Union Academy: College Homeroom Manager 3: Boys' Ath- letic Board 3: Orange Shield 33 Track. Outdoor 3: Spanish Club 3. RUSSELL STEELE SAXTON 70 Barnstable Rd., West Newton Russ, Rusty Adams: I: Browne and Nichols: College Music Club l, 2, 3. MICHAEL JOSEPH SCAFIDI 62 Albert Rd., Auburndale Mike Suppressed Desire: To see a shorter fence surrounding the football field. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The paper drives on the Auburndale bus. Palmer: II: Warren: College Homeroom Manager 2: Boys' Ath- letic Board 1, 2: Orange Shield 3: Junior Red Cross Council I: Soft- ball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. LOUISA FAITH SCHELL 82 Pine Grove Ave., Newton Lower Falls Suppressed Desire: To understand certain teachers. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Dr. Peltier's U. S. History class. Bacon: I: Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Homeroom Manager 1: Drama Fes- tival 2: Newtonite 2: Ushers 2: De- bating l: Drama 1, 2: English 2, 3: International 2, Secretary 3: Latin l: Music 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1, 2, 3: Literary Magazine 2, 3: Junior Class Committee 2: Arts Festival 2. WAYNE VINCENT SCHELL, JR. 114 Eliot Ave., West Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: J.C.'s chemistry class. I Will to N. H. S.: Another helper to sweep dirt off the football field. Riley: I: Day: College Civics Committee 3: Football 1: Ice Hockey 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Intra- mural Sports 2: Meteorology Club 2, 3: Rifle Club 2, 3. 2' ,t . I' :Nallt-:I 5 iffigzif W i'l55?!'E5?Y',' 25955525 . df' ?'i43t'z 1 , ' - 5.5! Qfiafzi ' 3' ff - jfs ,,,. . . Lunch 'QR A 4 ll . 1 w 1""'5 -V . - " ' "" t 1' 3 ' Qa.,3i: f' 1:'W '- ': 2. f f -s A .. ' 'llli Qi e e Q. 4' it ' 'ar ff " . if 'L R" 1 . .1 . ' ,asf X' 'Q i . 1 if J- - ' , - mx- , , -t - K . ,. - 1 v Q ft, J.. , . N. 1 214 as-1 -- Nmxiitl f -3,33 :.j,.a,'gg,r--'ffm . 1' 1. ui- " A - vs' , ARLENE LAW SCHENK 33 Hunter St., West Newton Lene Suppressed Desire: To have friends that aren't enveloped in Kenyon Classes. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Mommy's and Daddy's" angels with all their broken wings. Riley: I: Warren: College Legislature 2: Homeroom Man- ager 1: Senior Play 3: Drama Festi- val 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Arts Festival 2. GEORGE HOWARD SCHNEIDER 1121 Boylston St.,' Newton Upper Falls Favorite Pastime: Promoting the Cause. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Laughing at Mr. Packard's recur- ring jokes! Riley: I: Weeks: College International Club 1, 2, 3: Ancient History Club 2: Chess Club 3. JANE LESLIE SCHNEIDER 97 Annawan Rd., Waban Janie Favorite Pastime: Going from 335 to 23C to 335 to 23A. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Ethier's class and looking for every- one on the corner. Bacon: I: Warren: College Civics Committee 3: Homeroom Manager 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Leader Corps 3: French 2, 3: Latin 1: Music 1, 2, 3: Junior Prom Publicity 2: Arts Festival Publicity 2. JOSEPH LEONDAR SCHNEIDER 33 Longfellow Rd., Waban Joe, Jose, Moto Suppressed Desire: To drive Mr. Card's horse. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Dr. Peltier, his friendship, and his class. Palmer: I: Warren: College Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 1, 2: Newtonite 2: Track, Outdoor 2, 3: Drama 2, 3: International I, 2, 3: Spanish 3: Associates Council 3: Varsity Football Manager 1, 2: Coach Malone's Aid 3: Baseball Ofhcial Scorer 1. ARNOLD WILLIAM SCI-IOFIELD 47 Linden St., Newton Upper Falls Arnie, Spook Supprcssed Desire: To own a 1500 acre ranch in the Dakotas or Mon- tana. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Junior homeroom with Schneider, Schneider, and Seigel. Riley: I: Meadowbrook: College National Honor Society 2, 3: An- cient History Club 2. JILL SCHOFIELD 78 St. Mary's St., Newton Lower Falls Suppressed Desire: To always have black hair! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Hello, Brockton." Riley: I: Warren: College Legislature 1: Civics Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 1: Cheerleaders 2, 3: Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Chairman Circulation 2: Basketball I, 2, 3: Golf 1, 35 Archery 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2: Outing Club 1, 2: Science Club 35 Class Committee I: S. O. S. 1: Library Assistant 1: Newtonite Mailing Staff, Chairman 1,2, 3. CAROL JEAN SCHUBERT 32 Brewster Rd., Newton Highlands Shubie Suppressed Desire: To slide down the banisters in Building II. I Will to N. H. S.: Bannisters with- out splinters. Palmer: ll: Weeks: Business Legislature 2: Civics Committee 35 Homeroom Manager l: Rally Com- mittee 1. ANDREA HELEN SCHWARTZ 131 Clark St., Newton Centre Andi Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Walking through the tunnels the day the lights went off. I Will to N. H. S.: The long trek to 23A. Adams: I: Weeks: College Homeroom Manager 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Dance Committee 2: Newton- ite Advertising Staff 2: Arts Festi- val Committee 2. c . . c X X X . xt? . 'wif' S 4 S vt pi' . J. IS: : J J. . TN .-as . kkkk 3 . sm t j 2 ies . . xx X lx '. Ns ., . -. . 6 . , .,i ? X k ,c X3 A I After you, Ayzhonso .W J? -an 5 JUNE BEVERLY SCOTCH 48 White Oak Rd., Waban Favorite Pastime: February ski trip in my Junior year. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The wonderful friends I've made - N.B. and A.G. Barry: II: Warren: College Rally Committee 1: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 1: Future Teachers Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. RICHARD WILLIAM SCOTT 48 Chestnut Terrace, Newton Centre Dick, Scotty, McTape Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Swimming through the tunnels. I Will to N. I-I. S.: 6-minute classes, 50-minute passing time. Adams: II: Weeks: College Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. RICHARD T. SEALE 16 Arbor Rd., West Newton Dick Favorite Pastime: Negative com- ment DAD! I Prophecize That: The cafeteria will soon be a coffee house. Palmer: II: Day: College TERRY PHILIP SEGAL 74 Sylvan Ave., West Newton Terry, T.S. Suppressed Desire: To suppress all my unsuppressed desires. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: See- ing "J.S." emerge in the elevator. Palmer: I: Warren: College Legislature 2: Civics Committee 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Newtonite As- sistant Sports Editor 2, 3: Basket- ball 3: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Debating 1, 2: International 1, 2, 3: Latin 33 Sophomore Class Officer Associates Council Representative: Band 1: Sailing Club 3: Newtonite Ad Staff 1. ELISABETH SEIDENBERG 6 Auburn Terrace, Auburndale Liz . Suppressed Desire: To go up in . ' history. :qk I Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All A , f' of my wonderful teachers. 0 ' ' I: Warren: College rl "" National Honor Society 2, 33 . . ' ' il Orchestra 1, 2, 3. Y 5 I ALICE SELUKAS ' X 5 237 Pearl St., Newton 101 awafagr tt ma ,- 1 .- xi 'f '1ff3z':,,', - - - -4 A.-. e , , ,f at Q-gl L "lull WS J, 117533: 'Fi 5 M15 'M- li' DAVID FRANCIS SELLECK 650 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls Dave Suppressed Desire: To see Ray get back from Cal. Tech. in time to graduate from N. H. S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Problems of Democracy with Mr. Holmes. Barry, II, Warren, College Spring Musical 2, 3, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Alpha Gamma Tau 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Cross-Country 2, 3, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Newtones 3. WILLIAM ROBERT SELLERS 127 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Big P Favorite Pastime: Skipping study halls with Bill Southmayd. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Play- ing on the Varsity Football team. Palmer, I, Day, College Civics Committee 3, Boys' Ath- letic Board 3, Orange Shield 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Track, Outdoor 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, House Manager 3. KAREN FAITH SENAL 60 Noble St., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To get a home- room on the first floor. I Will to N. H. S.: All my English and U. S. History lecture notes. Beals, I, Warren, College Homeroom Manager 2, Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, Drama Festival 3, Orange Book 2, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1. DAVID ARTHUR SENECAL 44 Davis Ave., West Newton Snickel Suppressed Desire: To go to Col- lege. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Flash Gordon's homeroom. Palmer, II, Day, College Homeroom Manager 1, Baseball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Ice Hockey 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3. ELIOT LEE SEPINUCK 178 Morton St., Newton Centre Sep, Sputnik Favorite Pastime: Seeing BJ. by the little tree. I Will to N. H. S.: All my scho- lastic inability. II, Worcester Academy, College Boys' Athletic Board 2, 3, Rally Committee 33 Orange Shield 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3, English Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, Latin Club 2, 3, Music Club 3. MARJORIE D. SERKIN 535 Ward St., Newton Centre Margie Favorite Pastime: Bridge. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Yel- ling to S - Glick between classes. Adams, I, Weeks, College Legislature 1, 2, Homeroom Man- ager 1, 2, Newtonian 1, Newtonite 2, Tennis 2, English 1, 2, Fencing 2. Abstract art ELLEN JANE SHAFRAN 187 Cabot St., Newtonville M.B. Favorite Pastime: Falling down Building III's stairs. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Talks with Jess in Mr. R's History class. Bacon, I, Bigelow, College Social Board 3, Rally Committe 2, 3, Orange Shield 3, Tigerama Com- mittee 3, Dance Committee 3, Cavalry 3, English 3, French 3, Latin 1, Music 1, 2, 3. ELCHA SHAIN 109 Bracket: Rd., Newton Elch Favorite Pastime: Playing Bridge with "The Peasants". Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The nightly meetings at the library. Palmer, I, Bigelow, College Legislature 1, Civics Committee 3, Rally Committee 3, Cavalry 1, 2, 3, Drama 1, 2, 3, Orchesis 2, 3. SUSAN MICHAEL SHAIN 1328 Beacon St., Waban Sue Favorite Pastime: Guitar playing. I Will to N. H. S.: A million empty coffee cups. Adams, II, Weeks, College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Cavalry Club 2, English Club 2, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, Span- ish Club 3 5 Student Office Secretary of Adams House. JOHN WESLEY SHANER 9 Bellingham St., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To see Mr. Hall teaching a Newton Plan chemistry class. Favorite Pastime: Trying to recruit football players to the X-country team. Palmer, I, Weeks, College National Honor Society 2, Presi- dent 3, Cross Country 1, 2, Captain 3, Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3, Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3. DAVID GORDON SHAPIRO 163 Oliver Rd., Waban Dave Favorite Pastime: Having 6th per- iod study. Fondest Memory of N. I-I. S.: My Senior year. Adams, II, Weeks, College House Civics Committee 3, Legis- lature 1, junior Dance Committee 2, Camera Club 3, Debating Club 1, 3. HARVEY LEE SHAPIRO 334 Ward St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day A.C. lost 5100.00 in 30 min- utes. Beals, I, Bigelow, College Legislature 1, 2, Homeroom Man- ager 1, 2, junior Red Cross Coun- cil 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Debating Club 2, 3, English Club 3, International Club 3, Span- ish Club 3. April Love an 90s MARILYN LOUISE SHAPIRO 1400 Commonwealth Ave., West Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The last period honor studies in my jun- ior year. I Will to N. H. S.: All the memo- ries of three wonderful years. Riley, I, Warren, College Vespers 2, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Mtgic Club 1, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus l, . SUSAN GAIL SHAPIRO 77 Redwood Rd., Newton Centre Sue Suppressed Desire: To have my homeroom in building I, first floor. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cape Cod week-ends. . Palmer, I, II, Meadowbrook, Col- lege Rally Committee 2, 3, Ushers 2, Dance Committee 2, French 1, 2, Future Teachers 1, Latin 1, 2, Music 1, junior Prom Committee 2, Senior Play Committee 3. is JOHN FRANCIS SHAUGHNESSY 42 Amherst Rd., Waban jack Suppressed Desire: To attend No- tre Dame University. Riley, II, Warren, College Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2. LINDA SHAW 165 Berkeley St., West Newton Lu, Lulubell Suppressed Desire: To enjoy S6 worth of dairy queen! Ambition: Lbs. Riley, I, Warren, College Legislature 2, Publications Board 2, 3, Rally Committee 1, 3, Leader Corps 1, Stage Crew 1, Archery 2, French Club 1, 2, Latin Club 2, 33 Music Club 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, Literary Magazine 2, Senior Play 3, Newtonite Mailing StaE 2, 3. ROBERT GOULD SHAW 608 Beacon St., Newton Centre Bob I Will to N. H. S.: All my teachers. Ambition: To get out of high school. IIIT Auto, Weeks, Service SUSAN TERRY SHEINWALD 46 Chestnut Hill Rd., Chestnut Hill Sue Terry Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Our crazy -correspondence, trying to remember that the cosine of zero equals 1 for Mr. Shapiro. I Will to N. H. S.: 1 pair of "holey" sneakers to someone with big feet. Bacon, I, Weeks, College Homeroom Manager 1, Newtonian 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 2, De- bating 1, 2, 3, French 2, 35 Latin 1, 2, Secretary Debating Club 3, Chess Club 3. GERALD STANLEY SHERMAN 51 Cotton St., Newton Jerfv Supptessed Desire: To get to school early enough to park on Elm Rd. Bacon, I, Bigelow, College Class Committee 1. JANE ANN SHERMAN 105 Annawan Rd., Waban Norwood Nancy Favorite Pastime: 1-E-F-F! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Room 1302, Miss Lee's English Class in my junior year. Riley, II, Warren, College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1, Cavalry Club 2, 3, English Club 2, French Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1. 4-.qs ww JEFFREY B. SHERMAN 102 Garland Rd., Newton Centre Jeff Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Fischer's Sophomore homeroom in 1303. I Will to N. H. S.: 10,000 pink slips with Mr. Foster's personal stamp on them. Adams: II5 Weeksg College Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Cavalry Club 35 Rifle Club 2, 35 Bowling Club 1, 2. LORRAINE SIDELL 132 Warren St., Newton Centre If A.. up Xxx Lofty , LDQL O I3 Desire: To go back with XQDQJ -LAL of N. H. s.: Mr. 9 X QSC Memorial: XJVVX Office Work lxj je 2 N 5 5 W, of B.-tilRY SAMUEL SIEGEL 5721 Royce Rd., Newton Centre MM W W . li- .iv-, K ' 4 r Barry Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Fischer's Sophomore class of de- layed Juniors and Lulu. I Will to N. H. S.: Growth pills for the Sophomotes. Adams5 I5 Weeks5 College Legislature 15 Homeroom Man- ager 1, 25 Newtonite 35 Orange Book 1, 25 Dance Committee 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Debating Club 1, 35 French Club 2, 35 Inter- national Club 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Music Club 1, 25 Class Commit- tee 1, 25 House Legislature 3. ROSALIE FRANCINE SIEGAL 19 Helene Rd., Waban Favorite Pastime: Waiting with dread in Marlene's car for the ten past bell to ring. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The hysterical times in Mr. Fischer's Sophomore homeroom. Adamsg II5 Warren5 College Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Newton- ian 25 Cavalry Club 1, 25 English Club 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 Thea- trical Make-Up Club ll, 2. RICHARD DAVID SIEGEL 95 Woodward St., Newton Highlands Dick I Will to N. H. S.: My alias "Cecil the Sea Sick Sea Serpent". Palmet5 I5 Weeksg College Homeroom Manager 35 Science Fair 2, 39 Camera Club Secretary and Treasurer 2, 35 Debating 15 International 1, 2, 35 Sailing Club Treasurer 35 Magic Club 1. FRANKLIN PIERCE SILVER 78 Commonwealth Park, Newton Centre Frank Suppressed Desire: To see the House Plan work. I Will to N. H. S.: Mr. Stephens. "May he always stay here." Bacon5 I5 Weeks5 College Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 39 Alpha Gamma Tau 35 Chess Club 1, 3. NORMA PERRIE SILVERMAN 44 Duxbury Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To join "Koo- kie" on 77 Sunset Strip. Favorite Pastime: Watching "77" and Cheyenne". Adams5 I5 Weeksg College Theatrical Make-Up Club l. MICHAEL SILVERSTEIN 40 Westgate Rd., Newton Centre Mike Suppressed Desire: To own the fastest Corvette in Newton. Favorite Pastime: Going to R. I. Bacon: II5 Meadowbrook5 College Civics Committee 35 Orange Shield 2, 35 Newtonite 25 Drama 1, 25 English 35 French 1, 2, 35 Inter- national 2, 35 Science 2, 3. VINCENT F. SIMONE 674 Boylston St., Newton Centre Vinnie Favorite Pastime: Night courses at Boston College! I Will to N. H. S.: More teachers like Mr. Hall and Mr. Willard. Rileyg II5 Meadowbrook5 College Science Fair 2, 35 Intramural Sports 35 Gymnastics Team 1, 25 Chem- istry Club 3. DIANE MARION SISSON 25 Wauwinet Rd., West Newton Dinny, Din Suppressed Desire: To have a homeroom on the lirst floor. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Fischer's homeroom in the tenth grade. Palmer5 II5 Warren5 College Newtonian 35 Orchesis 2, 3. WILLIAM ALLAN SKORNIK 1516 Washington St., West Newton Bill, Honka I Will to N. H. S.: 250 manikins to fill the empty seats at Newton High School basketball games. Palmer, I, Warren, College Orange Shield 3, Ushers 2, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, Track, Outdoor 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Latin 3: junior Class Committee 2, Tiger- ama Host, junior Prom Committee 2, Senior Class Committee 3. PATRICIA MARY SLAVIN 20 Wade St., Newton Highlands Pat Favorite Pastlme: Rooting for those wonderful Red Sox. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sophomore homeroom with Mr. Fischer. Adams, I, Weeks, College National Honor Society 2, 3, Senior Play Make-Up Committee 3, Spring Musical Make-Up Committee 2, Drama Festival Make-Up Commit- tee 2, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Theatri- cal Make-Up Committee 1, 2, 3. MARC ALAN SLOTNICK 498 Dudley Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To park in the Teacher's parking lot. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My History classes with Mr. Dolan and "Batch". Palmer, I, Meadowbrook, College Legislature 1, 2, Newtonian Sports 2, Editor 3, Science Fair 3, Track, Indoor 2, Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 3, Debating 1, 2, 3, Latin 1, Russian 3, Senior Representative to the Associates Council 3, Alpha Gamma Tau 1, Secretary 2, President 3. ARTHUR J. SMITH 58 Morton St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Bodman's physiology class. I Will to N. H. S.: All my late slips. Adams, II, Weeks, College Aviation Club 1, 2, 3. CANDIDA LOVETT SMITH 120-A Atwood Ave., Newtonville Candy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the people I've met and the school spirit. I Will to Those Remaining in the Marching Band: The delightful 7:30 rehearsals. Palmer, I, Day, College Drama Festival 2, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Music Club 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3. CLAUDIA ANN SMITH 50 Hyde St., Newton Highlands Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The monthly philosophy sessions at 40 Clyde Street. .I Will to N. H. S.: My sister Adele - an "all A" student. I, Weeks, College Spring Musical 2, Newtonian Art Layout Assistant Editor 2, 3, Orange Book 2, Archery 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, International Club 1, 2, 3, Orchesis 2, 3, Chairman of Art Board 3. CYNTHIA JOAN 'SMITH 73 Kaposia St., Auburndale Cindy Favorite Pastime: Doing crazy things at crazy times with crazy people. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Squishing 25. Palmer, II, Warren, College Legislature 2, 3, Homeroom Man- ager 1, 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, Dance Com- mittee 1, Archery 3. MARGARET LINDA SNOW 39 Chester St., Newton Highlands Marg Suppressed Desire: To reach a cer- tain goal by 1964. I Will to N. H. S.: A new Hag pole to replace the rather dilapi- dated one in front of Building I. Bacon, I, Weeks, College Senior Play 3, Drama Festival 1, Vespers 2, 3, French 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers 1, 2, 3. - NORMAN MALCOLM SOEP 994 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Sudsy Ambition: To be president of Mer- rill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner, and Smith. Palmer, I, Flint Central High, Col- lege Orange Shield 3, Newtonite 2, 3, Ushers 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. MARTHA CAROLYN SOLTZ 875 Dedham St., Newton Centre Splinter Favorite Pastime: Ronnie. Fondest Memory of N. T. S.: 1302 - Miss Lee's English class in my Junior year. Beals, II, Meadowbrook, College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Golf 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, Badminton 1, Soft- ball 1, Cavalry Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, S. O. S. 1, 2. BEVERLY SHEILA SOROTA 87 Sumner St., Newton Centre Bev, Bevie Suppressed Desire: To be on the cover of Seventeen. Favorite Pastime: Planning wild weekends with Fran. Adams: I: Weeks: College Rally Committee 2, 3: Legislature: Dance Committee 2: International Club 2, 3: Drama Club 3: French Club 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: S. O. S. 2, 3. WILLIAM WEBSTER SOUTHMAYD 19 Hampden Terrace, Newton Centre Bm, soufhy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Big P. and the other guys. I Will to N. H. S.: "Number 60." Adams: I: Weeks: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Spring Festival 2, 3: Chairman of the Boys' Athletic Board 3: Orange Shield 3: Vespers 2, 3: Co-Captain of Football 1, 2, 3: Outdoor Track 2, 3: Class Representative to the Associate Council 2: Second Vice- President of Senior Class 3. ROGER WAYNE SPARKES 9 Peabody St., Newton Corner Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day I leave. Ambition: To become a Medical Technician. Palmer: II: Bigelow: College Medical Club 1. GEORGE ROBERT SPRAGUE 116 Fairway Drive, West Newton Bob Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Flash Gordon's English Class. Ambition: To go to college. Riley: I: Day: College Football 1, 2: Ice Hockey 2, 3: Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. ROBERT ARTHUR STAM 330 Waverly Ave., Newton Bob Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The first and last day I attended. I Will to N. H. S.: A basketball team that goes to Tech. tourney to play instead of watch. Barry: I: Bigelow: College Homeroom Manager 3: Senior Play 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3: Cross Country 3: Meteorology Club 3: Key Club 3: Math Club 3. SHEILA FORSTER STANLEY 48 Moody Sr., Chestnut Hill Favorite Pastime: Football games. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those wild bus rides to school. Barry: I: Weeks: College Drama Festival 1: Rally Commit- tee 1, 2, 3: Newtonite 2: Vespers 2: Tennis 1, 2: French 2, 3: Music l, 2, 3: Outing l, 2, 3:'Caduceans Club 3. 'xiii ' eek.. ff A .2 .. 5? .. swift Mack' alla Anchors awellgh ANN-MARILYN STEINBERG 77 Athelstane Rd., Newton Centre A.M. Suppressed Desire: To be pinned to someone other than Iota Phi. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sorority, stepping stones and Bev. Adams: I: Weeks: College Civics Committee 3: Homeroom Manager 1, 2: Senior Play 3: New- tonite 2, 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Dance Committee 2: S. O. S. 2, 35 Caduceans 2: Art Festival 2: junior Prom Committee 2. PAUL HENRY STENBERG 135 Arlington St., Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Merrill's algebra class in my Junior year. I Will to N. H. S.: My "A's" in English. Adams: II: Bigelow: College Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Foot- ball 1, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2. BARBARA JANICE STILLER -32 Cabot St., Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Fire drills. Beals: II: 'jerimiah E. Burke: Col- lege Latin Club 2: Music Club 2, 3: Reflections Publicity Committee 2: S. O. S. 3: Arts Festival Ticket Committee 2: Ushers 3. PATRICIA ANN ST. MARTIN 6 Bowers St., Newtonville Pat, Pixie, Lassie Suppressed Desire: To own a '40 Ford sedan. Riley: IV: Day: Business Ask May brings mass migration. .. 'R RONALD MICHAEL STONE 43 Winchester Rd., Newton Ronnie, Bone, Stoney Suppressed Desire: I would like to see Major Ronayne cut down to a private. Adams, I, Bigelow, College Legislature 1, 3, Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, Ushers 2, 3, Science Fair 1, 2, 3, Football 3, Golf 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, 33 Softball 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, De- bating Club 1, 2, Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3, International Club 2, 3, Rifle Club 1, 2, Science Club 2, 3. STEPHEN WARING STRONG 57 Lake Ave., Newton Centre Steve Favorite Pastime: Taking out P.H., J.R., N.M., A.M.V., S.F., AND P.S. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: P.H., J.R., N.M., A.M.V., S.F., AND P.S. Adams, Il, Weeks, Business NATHAN STANLEY STROUM 125 Falmouth Rd., West Newton Nate, Natey Boy Favorite Pastime: Hopping the fence at the football games. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My coffee breaks in the Ville. Beals, Il, Day, College Orange Shield, Basketball 1, Foot- ball 1. CAROL LOUISE STRUMWASSER 61 Wendell Rd., Newton Centre Boubie, Miss Philosophizer Suppressed Desire: To hear Marty say, "Carol, don't kid around so much," instead of "Carol, don't be serious." To hear Al say, "Don't be so serious, Carol," instead of "you're kidding me again, Carol." Favorite Pastime: Philosophizing with Marty and those 1-hour or more conversations on the phone with Marty and Al. Beals, 1, Meadowbrook, College Vespers 1, 2, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Arts Festival 2. 'ks .. , eezzxa I .v--.sxsrifm if A as ..... 5. t .. N .Rs .--- N s ,. ilfhlfii flli'r'2"'1f 'f is si 'ai.1.Cihf N .- ,, 1 x. as r .jiisi "'- ' . . 4 iii -. 7- -. -' Q . . - ..-.... 3. E X it -' 4' H S . Q CAROL STEARNS SUDHALTER 46 Wauwinet Rd., West Newton Sudsy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Background material for my Junior essay. Palmer, I, Warren, College Newtonian Copy Editor 2, 3, Jun- ior Red Cross Council Secretary and President 1, 2, 3, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, 2, Latin 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Newton High Madrigals 3, Music 1, Tusi- tala 2, 3. STEVEN LYLE SUGARMAN 79 Longfellow Rd., Waban Sugie Suppressed Desire: To suppress favorite pastime. Favorite Pastime: Liz. Palmer, Il, Warren: College Civics Committee 2, Orange Shield 3, Baseball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3. MARTHA LOUISE SULLIVAN 61 Warwick Rd., West Newton Mart Favorite Pastime: Horseback rid- in . Pjmer, IV, Catonsville Senior High, College Basketball 3, Tennis 3, Archery 3, Badminton 3. JANA LEA SUSSMAN 67 Judith Rd., Newton Centre Suss, Suzzy Suppressed Desire: To have people pronounce my name CORRECTLY. Favorite Pastime: Receiving long distance telephone calls from Col- gate University. Adams, I, Weeks, College Senior Play 3, Drama Festival 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, Badminton 1, Art Club 3, Drama Club I, English Club 1, Latin Club 2, Jun- ior Class Committee 2, S. O. S. 1, 2, 3, English Oliice Worker 1, 2, Fencing 1. JANE LESLIE SUTHERLAND 5 Littlefield Rd., Oak Hill Janie Favorite Pastime: Being late to art class. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. O'Donnell's Math class in my Jun- ior year. Palmer, I, Meadowbrook, College Legislature 3, Civics Committee 2, Homeroom Manager 2, Rally Com- mittee 3, Orange Shield 2, 3, Newtonite 2, 3, Tigerama Commit- tee 2, Drama 1, 2, International 2, 3. KATHLEEN JAY SUTHERLAND 400 Beacon St., Chestnut Hill Kathy Favorite Pastime: Listening to girls who have a crush on my cousin. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Hav- ing my cousin for a teacher. Bacon, II, Deedham High School, Business BEVERLY ANN SWAINE 115 Staniford St., Auburndale Bev Favorite Pastime: Talking with the j.M.B.'s5 and taking trips to N. H. Palmer5 IV5 Warreng Business National Honor Society 2, 35 Rally Committee 2, 3. KAREN LESLIE SWAINSON 59 Gay St., Newtonville Favorite Pastime: Meeting in the Dell during last period "studies". Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: R.-I.B. - Squishing 25. Palmerg I5 Day5 College Civics Committee 3: Homeroom Manager 35 Senior Play 35 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Orange Shield 25 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 35 junior Red Cross Council l, 25 Ushers 25 Drama 35 Outing l, 2, 3. . -"' xfhf ., JP, '.if'fy YJEUSAN swanrz , V 'iff' ,Vx . ,' Crafts St., Newtonville L 'i jr? V Stfppressed Desire: To know every n f f I i ' L. -X 43 I one at Newton High. 7 ' I , X VCX -'71'Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The ' 3 ' ' S' Arts Festival - the unending re Vyil QN M591 .K Vtfbiearsals, the togetherness, the spir le'.tt fi 22' of L Q' 'if- , .m-- Ajyrj Riley5 I5 Day5 College g sc, Legislature 35 Homeroom Manager -ga 15 Rally Committee 15 Tennis 1 ii V 2, 35 English Club 35 French 2 Many skqzs SANDRA JEANNE SWANSON 397 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Sandy Favorite Pastime: Sitting on the steps of Building III. Palmer5 II5 Day5 College Legislature 1, 25 Civics Committee 35 Drama Festival 2, 35 Rally Com- mittee I, 2, 35 Outing l, 25 junior Prom Committee 25 Palmer House Council 3. JOHN BARNARD SWANTON 27 George St., Newton jack Favorite Pastime: Electronics. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Newton-Bangor band exchange. Adams5 lg Bigelow5 College Stage Crew 35 Science Fair l, 25. 3: Motion Picture Squad 15 Bowling Club 1, 2, 5, Band 1. 2. 3: Dido and Aneas 25 Orchestra 1, 35 A. F. S. 1, 2, 3- - Magazin 3. Wf Music Club 1, 2, 35 Orchesis 1 2 35 Arts Festival 25 Arts Board S. O. S. 2, 35 Tigerama 10,1 PATR1 px 1 Wild ood ill to N e Mr. l Palmer5 IV5 Day5 Business ROSALYN ELIZABETH TAGLIENTI 4 Beecher Place, Newton Centre Roa, Tag Favorite Pastime: Getting in and out of trouble Cmostly ink. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My excursions to faraway places. Riley5 II5 Weeksg College Legislature 1, 25 Civics Committee 2, 35 Homeroom Manager 2 Drama Festival 2g Rally Commit tee 1, 2, 35 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 35 Leader Corps 25 Golf 1, 2 Tennis 25 Archery 25 Volleyball 2 Debating Club 1, 35 Drama Club 2 3 Orchesisl 3 Outin Clu . : . , 3 s b 2 House Council Representative 3. CAROLYN TAITELBAUM 29 Columbine Rd., Newton Centre Carol Favorite Pastime: Eating Chinese food at a certain place. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Dohanian's math class. Barryg II5 Meadowbrookg College Rally Committee 15 Archery l Tennis 15 Orchesis 15 S. O. S. l. PHYLLIS ANN TAN NEN BAUM 284 VVoodcliE Rd., Newton Highlands Pat Suppressed Desire: To eat 2 brown- ies, milk, ice cream, and a bag of potato chips for lunch every day and not gain a pound. Favorite Pastime: Friday nights at Cafe Yana. Beals5 II5 Meadowbrook5 College Newtonite 2, 35 Ushers 25 Basket- ball 1, 25 Tennis 2, 35 Archery 25 Fencing 2, 35 Art Club 35 Debating Club 25 Drama Club 2, 35 Intern- national Club 1, 2, 35 Music Club 1, 2, 35 Reflectionsg Publicity Com- mittee 25 S. O. 5.2, 3. EDWARD CHARLES TANNER 27 Jerome Ave., West Newton Ted, Banana Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sleeping. I Will to N. H. S.: My "Property" shirt. Adams5 II5 Day: College Basketball 35 Indoor Track 35 Out- door Track 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Cross Country Track 3. that More teachers Mack ado about nothlrzg DAVID ROBERT TAYLOR 108 Eliot Ave., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To graduate and get a steady job. Favorite Pastime: Working on cars. Palmer: III: Day: Business Intramural Sports 3. JUDITH RUTH TAYLOR x X... .... , .. 1488 Commonwealth Ave., : West Newton Judy Suppressed Desire: To personally destroy all customs and hot rods. I Will to N. H. S.: Phil's '32 Ford. Beals: II: Warren: College Civics Committee 3: Rally Com- mittee 3: Basketball 3: Tennis 3: Softball 2: Volleyball 3: French Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 3 Outing Club 3: Spanish Club 3: S. O. S. 3. MARTHA FAY TEPPER 120 Forest Ave., West -Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The struggles for togetherness. g Adams I: Warren: College , Drama Festival 1, 2: Newtonite 2, , l3:' junior Red Cross Council 1: Y ,Stage Crew 2: Drama Club 1, 2,35 if-' English,Club President 2, 3: Mu 'C I Clubxl, 2, 3: A. F. S. 1: Newto Ae 1:,-Literary Magazine 3: S. O. -slizg l xi - 3 N - f 1 I i 1 .l Y W rs Q 'X l , Vx 1 l . 41 Albert Rd.,,VAubu dale l P t 1 -. . E 1 Suppressed Dxqsirei To join Qthe family of Rag-?ay'd.' " X Favorite Pa 'me: To Ybe wiih a N N ,certain Zsomeonef: - if , l 1 xitli I ,Ja A Palmer: IV:,Warren: Business il ld Tennis 1: Archery 1: :Homeroom Manager 1. X. ti - -r. Allis Council 3. ' lf L :LMARY PATRICIA 'K-?1RASI" , .. y ""'f'P . 1 -.fr X. age T fs Qiisf 1' - y - :p.,. DIANNE MARGARET TERRIO 99 Highland St., West Newton Di Favorite Pastime: Doubling with Tom and Connie. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Squishing 25. Beals: II: Warren: College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2: Arr Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2: Arts Festival Committee 2: Executive Board, Ral- ly Committee 3. THOMAS HERBERT TERRIO 99 Highland St., West Newton Tico Favorite Pastime: M.W. I Will to N. H. S.: My excuses. Palmer: II: Warren: College Rally Committee 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 2. FRANCIS PAUL TESTA 57 Walnut St., Newtonville Frank, Mike Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Foot- ball managers and R.M.S. I Will to N. H. S.: A soda bar for the cafeteria. Adams: II: Day: College Spring Musical 1, 2: Boys' Ath- letic Board 1, 2: Rally Committee 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2. GERALDINE ANNE THAYER 103 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre Gerry Favorite Pastime: Parking with D.R. Ambition: To be president of P.I. Adams: I: Weeks: College Civics Committee 3: Rally Com- mittee 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1: Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 3: Mixed Chorus 2, 3. BERNARD FRANCIS THOMAS 30 Abbott St., Newton Upper Falls Tam Suppressed Desire: To run through the tunnels crying, "the school's on fire." Favorite Pastime: Standing on the corner of Building I watching all the girls go by. Beals: II: Meadowbrook: College Homeroom Manager 1: Orange Shield 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. WARREN A. THOMPSON 37 Parsons St., West Newton Sonny Suppressed Desire: To have shorter classes and longer lunch periods. Ambition: To go to college and study electronics. Palmer: IV: Day: College Basketball 1, 2. MICHAEL F. THOKMAN 22 Brae Burn Rd., Auburndale Mike Supptessed Desire: To get a key of my own for the meteorology room. Favorite Pastime: Sleeping in study halls. Palmer, I, Warren, College Homeroom Manager 1, Spring Musical 2, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, Meterology Club 1, 2, 3, Arts Festival 2. GEORGE NICHOLAS THORNER 35 Grove St., Auburndale Nick Suppressed Desire: To join the Outing Club. Ambition: To win a Nobel Prize. Bacon, I, Cathedral High School, Bombay, India, College Track, Indoor 2, 3, Track, Outdoor 2, 3, Camera 2, 3, Music 2, 3. MARY TIBE IO I in n St., t p r Falls ppr it . T r - a. .Jil y, IV, M o , College ?w o , 3, Ushers 2. J 6 'RALPH MICHAEL TIRRO 24 Shirley St., West Newton Sonny Suppressed Desire: To be an Au- burndale Girl. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Sophomore homeroom 141. Bacon, II, Warren, College Rifle Club 1, 2. MICHELLE TOCKMAN 60 Athelstane Rd., Newton Centre Mike, Micki Suppressed Desire: To return to ..Mo.. Ambition: To design clothes for a motion picture or broadway play. Adams, II, University City High, Missouri, College Rally Committee 2, Newtonian 3, Tigerama Committee 3, Ushers 2, French Club 3, Music Club 2, 3, Class Committee 2, Studio 3, Li- terary Magazine 3. RICHARD PAUL TODRIN 3 Cannon St., Newton Highlands Tod, Dick Suppressed Desire: To own a Cor- vette. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Periods and lunches at Brookline Higl' Palmer, I, Meadowbrook, College Legislature 1, 2, Homeroom Man- ager l, 2, Orange Shield 2, Track, Indoor 1, 2, Track, Outdoor 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Latin 1. ...wi gg .tif .ffiixif-'fg ui A -' sr we " Sass?- , ,gd 5.9.55 l ivin? miiiliis , :,..:.':tf: 4 . 1. 3. - 2 'mt , H Y-:H ' . 3 3 Morning madness 3 'JS f iff ,Nay ' v I ,gf I ft ix Q K -M KATHLEEN TOM 22 Maple St., Auburndale Kathy Suppressed Desire: To go home to "Hawaii". Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Math class with Mr. Silver and Mr. O'Donnell. Adams, I, Warren, College Rally Committee 2, 3, Vespers 3, Leader Corps 2, 3, Dance Commit- tee 2, Ushers 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Field Hockey 2, Badminton 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Outing Club 2, 3, Class Committee 2, Mixed Chorus 2, A Cappella Choir 3. ELIZABETH ANN TOTARO 88 Crescent St., Auburndale Betty Suppressed Desire: To have more parties like the "first two" and make a hit with those wonderful boys. Favorite Pastime: Solving "HUGE" problems with the J.M.B.'s. Riley, II, Warren, College Legislature 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers of America Club 1, 2, 3. MADALAINE MARY TOTARO 317 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Maddie Suppressed Desire: To have more of those PARTIES. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Run- ning down the Ere escape from 1450. Adams, II, Weeks, College House Civics Committee 3, Home- room Manager 3: Senior Play 33 Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 1, Dance Committee 1, 3, Intramural Sports 1, French Club 1, 3, Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Softball 1, Literary Magazine 2, 3, S. O. S. 3. MARTHA GAY TRACEY 69 West Pine St., Auburndale Marty Favorite Pastime: Discussing Cer- tain People with the 5 M.B.'s. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Fighting my way down the "up" stairs in Building II. Beals, I, Warren, College Rally Committee 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee 2, Fencing 1, Future Tea- chers Club 2, 3, Music Club 33 S. O. S. 2, 3. CONSTANCE P. TRAMONTOZZI 265 California St., Newton Connie Favorite Pastime: Being at Howie's with the one from Watertown. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Watertown and Newton Game. Riley: IV: Day: Business Civics Committee 2: Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Commit- tee 1, 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Coun- cil 2: Archery 2: Home Economics Club 2, 3: Outing Club 2, 3. JANE MARGARET TRUNDLE 121 Hunnewell Ave., Newton Corner Dizzy Lizzy Favorite Pastime: Fighting with R.G.: S.F. 'ing with the girls. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Fighting to get to classes on time. Beals: II: Bigelow: College Homeroom Manager 1, 2: Cavalry Club 2, 3: Outing Club l, 2: Glee Club. ALAN DAVID TUCKER 17 Goddard St., Newton Highlands Tuck Favorite Pastime: Loafing. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Get- ting D lunch. Beals: II: Meadowbrook: College Indoor Track I: Outdoor Track 1, 2: Scoreboard 1. EDWARD JOSEPH TWIGG 32 Freeman St., Auburndale Twiggy, Branch Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Dunn C Mrs. Brosnanl and Bldg. I fourth floor. Palmer: I: Warren: College , . .. K X E E f , 1. rss Ng-. O O 1, I ggi' L SQEQ . tri m . y ki.. 5, . i .X eff-it -f . . , .AH . . . lliiif.. t Maybelline is Mag1'c gg .1 .r 3 K .hkh Q ..- g if X 55 X ff? '5E:iI":fs? sw Q si-S N li I if Z: . I ' .. . ' in '- -wx - . D 90 ALICE MARIE ULLMAN 25 Peregrine Rd., Newton Centre I Will to N. H. S.: All my dooclled HOICS. Ambition: To have a homeroom on the first floor. Palmer: I: Meadowbrook: College National Honor Society 2, 3: New- tonian 3, Art and Layout Editor 3: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Studio 1, 2, 3: French Club 2: Fu- ture Teachers Club 1: Art Board 5: Arts Festival Committee. ROGER NEWTON URELL 28 Freeman St., Auburndale RuHy Suppressed Desire: To be eligible. Favorite Pastirne: Throwing at D. W. Barry: II: Warren: College Rally Committee 3: Orange Shield 3: Baseball 1, 3: Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3: Track, Indoor 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Aviation 2, 3: Camera 2, 3. ROSEMARIE SARINA ANN VAGLICA 41 Chesley Rd., Newton Centre Rose, Rosie, Suzy Suppressed Desire: To be able to dance all night and sleep all day. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Skipping last period studies in my junior year. , Adams: II: Weeks: College Rally Committee 1, 2: Junior Red Cross 1, 2. DENNIS GEORGE VALLE 34 Auburn St., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To become great in one sport, not good in many. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Talking with all my friends around the campus. Palmer: II: Warren: College Baseball 3: Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Aviation 1. JOANNE VALLELY 46 Washburn Ave., Auburndale Jo Suppressed Desire: Only a certain person knows that. Palmer: II: Warren: College Rally Committee 1: Outing Club 1. ROBERTA VAN DER MOLEN 84 Littlefield Rd., Newton Centre Bert Favorite Pastirne: Look'n, drool'n with El. Palmer: I: Meadowbrook: College Senior, Play 3: Drama Festival 1, 2: Tigerama Committee 1, 3: Stage Crews 2, 3: French 2: Studio 1, 2, 3. . SUSANNA VAN KEUREN 46 Bemis St., Newtonville Favorite Pastime: Sitting on the back steps of Building III. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Weekends. Palmer: I: Day: College Spring Musical 2: Tigerama Com- mittee l, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Music 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 2, 3. 1 f .2 Y U JQX 75145 a 5 P I I I 1re.T ve cl grief. of pf Bonnie o it astim Bei witjla ce 1 eo I , Pal y: Business Z Xxx -N5 1 Fifi il. 0 ki r XB- 'QD EDWARD LLOY UCCIO 145 Chapel ton Ed Favorite Pasrime: Being with Can- dy. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 1957 - with Dick, Babs, Sandy. Palmer: IV: Day: College WILLIAM RUSSELL VEDUCCIO, JR. 196 Tremont St., Newton Corner Russ, Pep Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Kenyon gym class. I Will to N. H. S.: The members of the I.A.C. Adams: II: Bigelow: College ROSELLA VERDONE 17 Casbarri Ave., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To go to Italy with Honey. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Tea- chers like Miss Hazard. Palmer: II: Weeks: College French 1: International 3: Outing 1: Spanish 2. PETER ANTHONY VISCO 67 Jackson Rd., Newton Suppressed Desire: To get out of school. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day the lights went out in the tun- nels. Palmer: II: Day: College Intramural Sports 3. AR v cio'xD 'g Making connections MARIO VITTI 31 Middle St., Nonantum Suppressed Desire: To turn the Radio Shop into a coffee shop. Favorite Pastime: Watching the girls from Mr. Brown's room. IIIT: Day: Service TRINITY DIANE VOLPE 12 Frances St., Newton Highlands Trin Favorite Pastime: Being with Him. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The after lunch committee to the girls room. Palmer: II: Meadowbrook: Business Homeroom Manager 1: Rally Com- mittee 1. BARBARA ELLEN WALDMAN 19 Bridges Ave., Newtonville Barbi Suppressed Desire: To be in Ken- yon math. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Run- ning through the tunnels from the 3rd floor of Building II to the 4th floor of Building 1 and getting de- tention for being late to class. Beals: I: Jeremiah E. Burke: Col- lege Senior Play 3: Ushers 3: Science Fair 2, 3: Science Club 2. H. BENSON WALEN 6 Floral St., Newton Highlands Ben Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The first time I ever played in a varsity football game. Ambition: To go to college, get through Seminary, and become a minister. Beals: II: Weeks: College Vespers 1, 2, 3: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1: Music Club 1: Baseball Manager 2, 33 Class Committee 3: Homeroom Manager 3: Dido and Aeneas 2: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. V uunxlu W 1 LLIALYI WALLACE 34 Otis St., Newtonville Bill Favorite Pastime: Sports, Girls, Cars. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: On the gridiron Thanksgiving Day. Riley, II, Day, College Legislature 2, Homeroom Man- ager 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Class Committee 3. LINDA ANNE WALSH 78 Greylock Rd., Newtonville Lin Favorite Pastime: Watching the Submarine races. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the kids and the "blasts" we've had. Palmer, II, Day, College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Ushers 3, Golf 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Drama 2, French 1, 2, 3, Outing 1, 2, 3, Rifle 2. Mot mots LINDA JEAN WALTON 1244 Beacon St., Waban Suppressed Desire: To grow. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Senior Prom of 1958. Riley, IV, Weeks, College Legislature 1, 2, Civics Committee 2, Homeroom Manager 1, 3, Dra- ma Festival 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, 3, Newton- ite 2, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, Dance Committee 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2. BEVERLY JEANNE WARREN 77 Kaposia St., Auburndale Suppressed Desire: To join the Paratroopers. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the many crushes I've had. Palmer, Il, Warren, College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, Stage Crew 2, 3, Ushers 2, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Drama 3, Orchesis 1, 2, 33 Out- ing 3. GAIL ELIZABETH ,X WASSERMAN ,+f,1g5f-y1s Hilltop St., Newton Q u Gay Sup ressed Desire: To have a date with a certain someone. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Card's Human Relations class. Bacon, II, Bigelow, College S. O. S. 2, 3. MARCIA ELAINE WASSERMAN 45 Daniel St., Newton Centre Marci, Liz Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Three years in Mr. Packard's Ger- man Class. I Will to N. H. S.: One false braid Cblackb to be used in good faith. Beals, I, Weeks, College Civics Committee 2, Drama Festi- val 2, Rally Committee 2, Dance Committee 2, Archery 1, Music Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 2. DEBORAH VERONICA WEBB 61 Gardner. St., Newton Debi Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Three years of Art Major with Mr. Schultz and Mr. Roberts. I Will to N. H. S.: My four younger brothers. Cgood luck N. H. SJ . Beals, II, Bigelow, College Stage Crew 3, Badminton 2, Fenc- ing 1, 2, 3. REBECCA ANN WEBB 31 Madoc St., Newton Centre Becky Suppressed Desire: I'm not telling. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Latin Classes with Miss Cox. Beals, II, Weeks, College Rally Committee 1, 2. PATRICIA ANN WEDEN 75 Aspen Ave., Auburndale Pat Suppressed Desire: To wait for June. Favorite Pastime: 30 hours a week with "Bub". Riley, Il, Brimmer and May, Col- lege Civics Committee 2, Homeroom Manager 1, 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3, Dance Commit- tee 1, 2, Ushers 1, 2, Music Club 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers of America Club 1, 2. MARCIA HELEN WEGNER 37 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All school assembly - 1958. I Will to N. H. S.: My Newton Plan notes. Riley, I, Bigelow, College Homeroom Manager 2, 3, Newton- ian 3, Studio 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Music Club 2, 3, Arts Festival 2. PAUL T. WEINBAUM 27 Chapin St., Newton Centre Plucker Suppressed Desire: To graduate from N. H. S. and get into college. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Descheines math class. Adams, I, Weeks, College Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, English Club 1, 2, French Club 1, Rifle Club 3. ELIZABETH ANN WEINBERG 14 Prentice Rd., Newton Centre Betsy Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Dr. Peltier's U. S. History class. I Will to N. H. S.: Homerooms on the top of every building, 144, 23E, 335. Bacon, I, Mamaroneck, N. Y., Col- lege National Honor Society 2, 3, Civics Committee 2, 3, Newtonian 2, 3, Newtonite 1, Tennis 2, 3, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, International Club 3, Russian Club 3, Arts Festi- val 2. 54 Glenwood Suppressed To be the ten women in Favorite Pastime: Making money. Palmer, IV, Natick High, Business Archery 1, Badminton 1. LESLIE HELEN WEINSTEIN 24 Chapin Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To be detickla- tized. ' Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My junior Year. Adams, I, Weeks, College Legislature 1, Senior Play 3, New- tonian 3, Newtonite 1, 2, Drama Club 2, French Club 2, 3, English Club 3, Latin Club 1, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Junior Class Committee 2, Literary Magazine 3. MARGARET ANN WELLS 374 Highland St., Newtonville Peggy, Half Speed Suppressed Desire: To replace the cafeteria with a 100 yd. picnic ground, the football field. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Squishing 25. Palmer, Il, Warren, College Legislature 2, Civics Board 3, Civ- ics Committee 2, 3, Homeroom Manager 3, Senior Play 3, Drama Festival 2, 3, Rally Committee 1, Newtonite 1, Drama Board 3, Leader Corps 1, Drama 1, 2, French 3, Orchesis 2. STEPHEN CHARLES WEXLER 55 Rosalie St., Newton Centre Steve I Prophecize That: Building I will last anothereight years and then collapse. Riley, I, Meadowbrook, College Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 3, French Club 1, 2, Music Club 2, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, Band Exchange 2, 3, Physics Club 3. My .Swingin ' affair BARRY BENNETT WHITE ' 69 Homestead Rd., Waban Byeui Suppressed Desire: To get an "A" in English. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Evaluating double infinity squared in Mrs. Allen's class. Adams, I, Weeks, College National Honor Society 2, 3, House Civics Committee 3, Homeroom Manager 1, Newtonian 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Alpha Gamma Tau 2, 3, Aviation Club 1, 2, 3, President of the Rus- sian Club 3, Class Committee 3. CONSTANCE E. WHITE 361 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Connie, Champ Favorite Pastime: Waiting-for the 25th. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: SQUISHING 25. Riley, Il, Meadowbrook, College Civics Committee 2, 3, Homeroom Manager 2, Spring Musical 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Tigerama Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, Ushers 2, Tennis 1, Archery 2, Future Teachers of America Club 3, Music Club 1, 2, Orchesis 1, Outing 1, 2, 3, Drum Majorette, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 1, A Cappella Choir 2. NANCY ELLEN WIENER 526 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Nanc Favorite Pastime: "Weekend Whis- ters '. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sorority and football games. Adams, I, Weeks, College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Orange Shield 3, Newtonian 3, Newtonite 1, 2, Tennis 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, S. O. S. 2, 3. ELEANOR LOUISE WIGHTMAN 70 Wabasso Rd., Auburndale Ellie sed Desire: To grow. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Football games. Riley, IV, Warren, Business Civics Committee 2, 3, Home- room Manager 1, 2, Drama Festival 2, Rally Committee 3, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3, Newtonian 1, 2, Newtonite 1, Science Fair 3, Motion Picture Squad 1, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Archery 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, Home Economics 2, 3. -Q -s ...,,... .ii .: 3 . . .- r r . . f I - Monkey business ROBERT CHALMERS WIK 72 Allison St., Newton Bob Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Lab periods with Mr. Hall. Ambition: To construct an I.B.M. machine that gives more "Newton- ville periods". Riley: I: Day: College Civics Committee 3: Homeroom Manager 1: Drama Festival 2: Ti- gerama Committee 2: Ushers 2: Golf 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Chemistry Club 3: Rifle Club 2, 3: Chess Club 2, 3: Bowling Team. BARBARA ANN WILLIAMS 190 Harvard Circle, Newtonville Barbie Suppressed Desire: To be the first A. F. S. student on the moon. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being one of Mr. Packard's Brownie Scouts. Riley: I: Day: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Civics Committee 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2: Newtonian 3: Leader Corps 3: Alpha Gamma Tau 1, 2, 3: Library 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: S. O. S. 1, 2, 3: Sophomore Glee Club 1: A. F. S. 2. YKATHLEEN ANN WILLIAMS X Zgfiarletori St., Newton Corner 9 C. il' Kal' ,Suppreged Desire:I"I'b marry P. Hannon. -,I Favorite Pabtimer-Coming in late 1, to school. ', g T -Ri ' IV3 Bi e ' Business fltjrirsiis 2:'Arf1few i, 2, 3. 'J ' I 1 T l .J fp MARGHERITE WILSON WILLIAMS 265 Otis St., West Newton Rita Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The day Madame Neufeld lost her voice. I Will to N. H. S.: A Tigress to make the Tiger happy. Barry: I: Warren: College Senior Play 1: Rally Committee 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Stage Crew 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Arts Festival 2. BRENDA JOYCE WILLIAMSON 286 Watertown St., Newton Brenie Suppressed Desire: To show Mr. Morse a report card of straight A's! Ambition: To become a successful Commercial Artist. Bacon: II: Day: College Rally Committee 1. DONALD THOMAS WILSON 40 Oakland St., Newton Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Fill- ing out late slips. Favorite Pastime: Skipping gym. IIIT: Bigelow: Service PAMELA A. .WILSON 242 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands Pam, Squeakie Favorite Pastime: Doing crazy things, at crazy times, with crazy people, in crazy places. ' Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Squishing 25. Adams: II: Weeks: College Legislature 3: Homeroom Man- ager 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. PAMELA JEAN WILSON 39 Rochester Rd., Newton Pam Suppressed Desire: To see Newton continue with one high school. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The football games: Dr. Navez. Palmer: I: Bigelow: College Legislature 1: Drama Festival 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Drama 2: Music 1, 2: Out- ing 2, 3: Arts Festival 2: Senior Play 3: A Cappella Choir 2, 3. SUSAN C. WILSON 242 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands Sue Suppressed Desire: To have more parties like those "first two" and make a hit with those wonderful guys. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The days I dicln't come. Riley: II: Weeks: Business SUSAN E. WISE 34 Woodcliff Rd., Newton Highlands Sue Suppressed Desire: To become Mrs. ..K .. Favorite Pastime: Bernie. Riley: IV: Weeks: Business Drama Club 1, 2: Orchesis 2: Out- ing Club 1. 'Sf' v. LJ' MICHAEL ALLAN WITT 19 Roosevelt Rd., Newton Centre Mickey Suppressed Desire: To graduate. I Will to N. H. S.: My Latin gym shorts. Adams, I, Boston Latin, College LESLIE JOAN WOLBARST 48 Rochester Rd., Newton Les Suppressed Desire: To have a dry white cinder track. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Cheering, the games. Palmer, I, Bigelow, College National Honor Society 2, 3: Drama Festival 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, Cheerleaders 3, Newtonian 3, Vespers 2, 3, Leader Corps 2, 3, Dance Committee 1, Ushers 1, Alpha Gamma Tau 1, Cavalry 2, 3, Drama 2, 3, English 1, French 2, Music 1, 2, 3, Orchesis 1, Out- ing 1, 2, 3, Sophomore Class Com- mittee 1. 0 -Q 'rv lump into .func ROBERT MAURICE WOLF 232 Collins Rd., Waban Bob Suppressed Desire: To see the House Plan succeed. I Will to N. H. S.: 2000 pages of Newton Plan notes. Adams, I, Weeks, College Legislature 1, 2, Homeroom Man- ager I, Ushers 1, 2, Science Fair 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Camera Club 1, Cavalry Club 1, 2, Rifle Club 1, 2. LYNN FRANCES WOLFF 259 Hartmann Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To see some Sophomores that are shorter than I. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Those wonderful Tuesday Sopho- more lunches watching a certain someone with the gang. Palmer, II, Meadowbrook, College Legislature 2, Rally Committee 1, Ushers 3, Drama 2, 3, English 2, 3, Future Teachers 1, 3, Music 3. Jpflfvfjlfm JANET MAY WOODWORTH 169 Washington St., Newton Woody Favorite Pastime: Going to foot- ball games that were rained out. I Will to N. H. S.: The many no's I couldn't Palmer, II, College Cavalry 2, 3 2, 3. J ome the KAYLA LEE WYMAN 19 Stanley Rd., Waban Kay Favorite Pastime: Getting painted after school by Mr. Nelson. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The North Conway ski trip 1958. II, Weeks, College Legislature 2, Homeroom Man- ager 2, Senior Play 3, Drama Festi- val 1, 2, 3, Rally Committee 1, Newtonite 1, 2, Tigerama Com- mittee 3, junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, Leader Corps 3, Dance Committee 3, Stage Crew 3, Ushers 2, 3, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, International Club 1, 2, Outing Club 3. ELLIOT FRED WYNER 4 Noble St., West Newton I Prophecize That: Newton Plan will be abolished. Riley, I, Warren, College Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, Drama Fes- tival 2, Ushers 2, Music Club 2, 3, Science Club 3, Physics Club 39 Marching Band 1, 2, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 3, Band Ex- change 2, 3. BARBARA LOUISE YEO 11 Brae Burn Rd., Auburndale Barb Suppressed Desire: To be some- body besides "Larry Yeo's sister!" Beals, I, Warren, College National Honor Society 2, 3, Civ- ics Committee 2, 3, Central Com- mittee 3, Orange Book 2, 3, Bas- ketball 1, 2, International Club 3, Music Club 1, 2, President 3. BARBARA LEE YOFFE 23 Garland Rd., Newton Centre Favorite Pastime: Ronnie. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Be- ing in rooms with R.B.'s ex's. Adams, I, II, Weeks, College Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Legisla- ture, Dance Committee 2, English Club 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Theatrical Make-Up Club 1, 3, Literary Magazine 2, 3. .x,.. M., . .,.X ...Y,..,, R5 I K If j"far!M.. lust a dream ALAN RUSSEL YORK 9 Oakwood Rd., Auburndale Al, Hack Fondest Memory of N. H, S.: Mr. Hall's so-called "Kenyon" chemis- try class. I Will to N. H. S.: A Tech Tour- ney Basketball Team. Beals: I: Warren: College Homeroom Manager 1: Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Committee 2: Dance Committee 1: Basketball 1, Captain 2, 3: Golf 1, Captain 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. JOHN AMES YOUNG 999 Washington St., Newtonville Jack Suppressed Desire: To get straight A's, or at least one. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The football games we always went to. Palmer: I: Day: College STEPHANIE MARTHA YOUNG 292 Lake Ave., Newton Highlands Stephi Suppressed Desire: Dance till dawn and sleep all morn. 1955-1960. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Gradone and all the teachers who made it possible for me to finish high school, and Ivy. IV: Weeks: Business Girls' Chorus 1, 2: S. O. S. 2: Spring Musical 1: Christmas Ves- pets 2: Rally Committee 1: Drama Festival 2. ARNOLD MILTON ZAFF 23 Drew Rd., Chestnut Hill Arnie Suppressed Desire: To see M.S. stop rambling on. I Will to N. H. S.: The answers to Mr. Verdun's sympathy ques- tions. Adams: I: Weeks: College Orange Shield 3: School Exchange 2, 3: Tigerama Committee Co- Chairman 2, 3: Dance Committee 2: Ushers 2: Football 1: Indoor Track 2, 3: Outdoor Track 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Ring Com- mittee Chairman 2: Class Commit- tee 2: House Intramural Sports Representative 3. PHYLLIS FAY ZAVOD 231 Langley Rd., Newton Centre Phyll Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: All the "seventeenths". I Will to N. H. S.: Lockers equip- ped with tall boys to get your books. Adams: I: Weeks: College Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Fu- ture Teachers Club 1, 2, 3: Inter- national Club 1, 2, 3. ALLAN GORDON ZELMAN 111 Valentine St., West Newton Zeke Suppressed Desire: To have my last name begin with the letter A. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Hit- ting a tree in Driver Ed. Palmer: I: Warren: College National Honor Society 2, 3: Intra- mural Sports 2, 3: Harvard Prize Book. CAROLYN ANGELA ZEOLLA 1120 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Carol, Zeke Favorite Pastime: Talking "shop" with Marsh. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Foot- ball season 1958 and my Aunt Abbie! Palmer: II: Weeks: College Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Archery 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Bowling Club 1: Try-HiY 1, 2: Girls' Chor- us 3: A Cappella Choir 2: Glee Club 1. STEPHEN ALBERT ZIBEL 6 Bonwood St., Newtonville Zip Suppressed Desire: To be successful in later life. Favorite Pastime: Thinking about Nothing. Palmer: I: Day: College Tigerama Committee 1: Usher 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2. ROBERT L. ZIEGEL 21 Belmont St., Newton Bob Favorite Pastime: Skipping class and school Sophomore year. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Pete the Jailer's Detention! Bacon: I, II: Bigelow: College Homeroom Manager 1, 2: Orange Shield 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Aviation Club 1: Senior Class Com- mittee: Rally Committee 3. AVRON M. ZWILLING 20 Berkshire Rd., Newtonville Ronnie Suppressed Desire: A quiet Com- mons Room. I Will to N. H. S.: Teachers under 50 years of age. Adams: I: Smith High: College Radio Club 1, 2: Science Club 1. DEBORAH ZOPHIN 66 Westchester Rd., Newton Debby Suppressed Desire: To see Sopho- mores that look like Sophomores! I Will to N. H. S.: All of the 4th Hoot of Building I. Palmer5 I5 Bigelow5 College Rally Committee 1, 25 Cavalry Club 25 Future Teachers Club 25 Music Club 25 Latin Club 15 Outing Club 35 Spanish Club 35 Make-Up Com- mittee for the Senior Play 2, 35 Decoration Committee 3. HARRIS DAVID GOODMAN 59 Kenilworth St., Newton Centre Harry Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: French class with Madame Neu- feld. Adams5 I5 Bigelow5 College Legislature 25 Camera 25 junior Red Cross Council 2 5 Stage Crew 15 Track, Indoor 15 Track, Outdoor 2, 35 Volleyball 25 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Aviation 15 English 2, 35 French 2, 35 International 2, 35 Latin 25 Meteorology 2, 35 Radio 25 Rifle 25 Science 1, 2, 35 Hunting and Fishing 3. .fubllee HERBERT LEROY ACHORN 48 Erie Ave., Newton Highlands Herb Rileyg II5 Weeks5 Service Aviation5 Hunting and Fishing. ROBERT LEWIS ANDERSON 337 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Andy I Will to N. H. S.: My Saturday Morning Blues. Ambition: To be an I.C. electri- cian. IIIT5 Weeks5 Service Homeroom Managerg Rally Com- mitteeg Dance Committeeg Science Fair5 Intramural Sports. BETSY MARJORIE ARNOLD 15 Sevland Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Knowing all the kids. I Will to N. H. S.: All the luck in the world. Palmer5 II5 Topsfield High5 College RODDERICK GEORGE BEACH 346 Winchester St., Newton Highlands Rodd Favorite Pastime: Music - Organ building. ' Ambition: To become a concert organist. Palmer5 II5 Meadowbrook5 College Vespers 25 Stage Crew 2. RICHARD A. BOLTON 103 Hunnewell St., Newton Corner Buster Favorite Pastime: Moving furniture with HI FI. Ambition: To own a service shop. IIIT5 Bigelowg Business ROBERT MELVYN BORNSTEIN 40 Cotter Rd., Waban Dino, Dion, Robby Suppressed Desire: To graduate. I Will to N. H. S.: My gym locker that I've had for four years. Riley5 I5 Warreng College Legislature 15 Homeroom Man- ager 15 Baseball 15 Track, Indoor 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 French Club 1. ALLAN JACKSON BRINDLEY 590 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls jack Suppressed Desire: To become a Government Hunter. I Will to N. H. S.: My old shop clothes. Rileyg IIIT5 N. T. H. S.5 Service LAURENCE MICHAEL BRODLIEB 91 Garland Rd., Newton Centre Mike Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Last clay. I Will to N. H. S.: All my excuse slips for getting out of gym. Barryg II5 Weeks5 College Homeroom Manager 25 Motion Picture Squad 1, 2. DAVID LAND BROWN 263 Hammond St., Chestnut Hill Dave Favorite Pastime: Calculating my chances. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Ancient History with Mr. Nicholas. Bealsg I5 Weeks5 College Debating Club 35 Music Club 31 Rifle Club 35 Chess Club 3. JOSEPH CARCHIDI 219 Brookline St., Needham joe Ambition: To be a good electronics technician. IT5 Needham High5 Business MICHAEL ANTHONY CARAMANICA 14 Emerald St., Newton Yogi Favorite Pastime: Sleeping in Mr. Boulter's room. I Will to N. H. S.: New lights and windows for Mr. BouIter's room. IIIT5 Our Lady's5 Service Homeroom Manager 2, 3. RONALD ANTHONY CHIACCHIA 6 Manhattan Terrace, West Newton Ronnie Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Meeting all my friends. Ambition: To be an engineer. Barryg II5 Warreng College DANIEL A. CLEARY 161 California St., Nonantum Favorite Pastime: Listening to Mr. Houle talk. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The cafeteria. IIIT: Day: Business Administrative Aids 1, 2. CHARLES JAMES COGAN 73 West Pine St., Auburndale Charlie Favorite Pastime: Friday night at Brae Burn. I Will to N. H. S.: My old pal Mary. Bacon: IV: Warren: Service CHET J. COPLEN 147 Brookline St., Chestnut Hill Chet Suppressed Desire: Not to get caught for what I didn't do. I Prophecize That: Newton High will last forever. Riley: II: Meadowbrook: College Intramural Sports 1: Radio Club 2. CHARLES ANTHONY COREY 10 Regent St., West Newton Charlie Suppressed Desire: To make the honor role. Favorite Pastime: Going to the Dogs with J. Bacon: I: Warren: College Baseball 1: Track, Indoor 3: Track, Outdoor 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 3. PAUL N. DeCOSTA 202 Crafts St., Newtonville Deacon Favorite Pastime: Watching the girls in the tunnels. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being late to every class. IIIA: Day: Service MARILYNNE JOAN DILLON 11 Hale St., Newton Upper Falls Dee Favorite Pastime: Dancing - Foot- ball games. - Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My 4 years at N. H. S. Bacon: IV: Meadowbrook: Business Civics Committee 2: Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Commit- tee 1, 2: Dance Committee 1, 2: Softball 1, 2, 3: Home Economics 1, 2, 3: Office Secretary 1, 2, 3. RICHARD MICHAEL D'INNOCENZO 56 Bowers St., Newtonville D, Dickie Favorite Pastime: Nena. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Jun- ior year history class. II: Day: College Homeroom Manager 1, 2: Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2: Science Fair 1: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2: Football 1. DONALD DOLAN 611 Centre St., Newton Corner Don Favorite Pastime: Going to North Reading. I Will to N. H. S.: A power cutter for Ernie. IIIT: Bigelow: Service T. ARTHUR DROMGOOLE 40 Lenox St., West Newton Art Suppressed Desire: To be a sport's car racer. Favorite Pastime: Cars. Bacon: I: Wilmington Mass. High School: College Baseball 2: Ice Hockey 3. MATTHEW W. DUNBAR 55 Duncklee St., . Newton Highlands Matt Favorite Pastime: Janet. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Radio Shop. IIIT: Weeks: Service I if, ARLINE RUTH EPSTEIN 18 Hibbard Rd., Newton Corner Suppressed Desire: To be success- ful in whatever I do. Favorite Pastime: Watching sport games. Bacon: IV: Warren: College THOMAS G. FAHEY 480 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Tom Ambition: To see the world. I Prophecize That: They will en- large the lunchroom. Adams: II: Brighton High: Service Intramural Sports 1: Rifle 2. FREDERICK EDWARD FERRIS 17 Beaman Circle, Auburndale Fred Suppressed Desire: To get out of school before I am 21. Ambition: To make a million dol- lars. Riley: II: Warren: College Homeroom Manager 1: Orange Shield 2: Tigerama Committee 2: Motion Picture Squad 2. ROGER STEPHEN GILMAN 400 Ward St., Newton Centre I Will to N. H. S.: My school briefcase. Beals: II: Bigelow: College International Club 1, 2, 3. Journey zjzto the future . . ,:'l ,.. .V L v LYNNE BARBARA GREENE 35 Park Drive, Newton Highlands Lynni Favorite Pastime: Writing "spe- cial" letters during study hall. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The two weeks D.W. went here. Riley: II: Meadowbrook: College Library 3. THOMAS GREENE 62 River St., West Newton Tom Favorite Pastime: Trying to get out of N. H. S. I Will to N. H. S.: One can of ink. IIIT: Newton Technical High: Business Homeroom Manager 1: A.A. SUSAN J. GORDON 174 Auburn St., Auburndale Sue Suppressed Desire: Not to have any homework. , Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Last Period Studies. Adams: II: Fryeburg Academy: Col- lege PETER MARTIN HALBACH 95 Temple St., West Newton Pete Suppressed Desire: To stand on my hands and sing the "Star Span- gled Banner" on Miss South's desk. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: "Herr" Packard's cool German class. Barry: I: Warren: College Volleyball 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Chess Club 1, 2, 3. 0 4' 1 , n LINDA LOUISE HOEY 212 Cabot St., Newtonville Lin Suppressed Desire: To Marry J.C. I Will to N. H. S.: All My Blue Cards in my Sophomore year. Bacon: IV: Bigelow: Business Tennis I: Archery 2, 3: Softball 1. GARY R. JEROME 41 Grant St., West Newton Favorite Pastime: Collecting Stamps. l Will to N. H. S.: An elevator to the fourth floor of Building I. Riley: ll: Paramus High: College Track, Outdoor l: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3: Cross Country 2: Chess Club. STEPHEN P. JOHNSON 5 Hickory Cliff Rd., Newton Upper Falls Favorite Pastime: Scenery watch- mg. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The delightful odor of the cafeteria. Bacon: II: Meadowbrook: College Science Fair 1, 2. JOHN KEDDY 685 Watertown St., Newtonville Favorite Pastime: Cars and -! Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sophomore class with Bobby H. and Tony. Bacon: IV: Day: Service CHARLES RICHARD KELLY 731 Washington St., Newtonville Chuck Suppressed Desire: To go back to llglanover St. with Tom T. and Bill Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The days spent down the Silhouette. Riley: ll: Our Ladys: Business Legislature 2, 3: Homeroom Man- ager 2: Orange Shield 2: Newtonite 2: Intramural Sports 2, 3. JOSEPH HAROLD KILEY 440 Lexington St., Auburndale Smiley, Eeno, Joe Favorite Pastime: Thinking about nothing while doing homework. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Miss Titcomb's French class and Tico in Mr. Bowman's math class. Beals: II: Day: College SANFORD GARY KOVNER 34 Irving St., Newton Centre Sandy Favorite Pastime: Standing at the corner of Walnut Street and Elm Road. Ambition: To leave N. H. S. Beals: I, II: Bigelow: College Homeroom Manager 1: Junior Red Cross Council l:,Track, lndoor 3: Track, Outdoor 3: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3. KENNETH MICHAEL KRZEWICK 50 Cummings Rd., Newton Centre Ken Suppressed Desire: To go to college Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: New- tonville at lunch time. Barry: II: Weeks: College Newtonian 2: Newtonite 2: Tiger- ama Committee 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Art Club 2. CHARLES WILLIAM LaFAUCE 35 Hunnewell Ave., Newton Charlie, Chuck, Little Rock Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Sen- ior Night "59." I Prophecize That: In the next hundred years, N. H. S. will still be here. Beals: II: Bigelow: College Orange Shield 3: Football 3: Golf 2. HENRY J. LIEBERG 75 Kingswood Rd., Auburndale Duard Suppressed Desire: Waiting for Easter vacation. Ambition: To become a cowboy. Beals: II: Mowing WILLIAM PATRICK LONG 136 Ridge Ave., Newton Centre Nicky Suppressed Desire: To be a bach- elor. Favorite Pastime: Playing drums on desks and collecting garbage. Riley: IV: Christopher Columbus High, North End: College Basketball 2: Art 3: Drama 3: Music 3. RALPH WALDO LUPIEN 21 Nantucket Rd., Newton Highlands Suppressed Desire: To get the Wil- ley's fixed up. Favorite Pastime: Driving the "Hot" Bird. Barry: ll: Weeks: College Science Fair 1. FORREST MACK 346 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Favorite Pastime: Listening to clas- sical music. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Junior Art Appreciation Class. Barry: II: Lexington High: College Music 3. JOHN THOMAS MALEY 35 Lewis St., Newtonville Nutty, Jack Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: 2 minutes late to 2307. I Will to N. H. S.: My hot "49" Plymouth. Palmer: II: Our Ladys: College Legislature 3, Civics Committee 3: Orange Shield 3: Baseball 3: Golf 3: Track 3: Chemistry Club 3: Spanish Club 3. KENT ALAN MARTINSON 14 Hillcrest Circle, Waban Kenny Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Favorite Pastime: Being an OUT- CAST. Barry: II: Warren: College STEPHEN M. MATOIAN 413 Wolcott St., Auburndale Malcolm, Nomad Favorite Pastime: Watching J.J. sweat. Ambition: To have ambition. Beals: II: Warren: College Baseball 1. PHILIP JOHN MCGRATH S8 Ripley St., Newton Centre Phil Favorite Pastime: Finding a seat in the lunchroom. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Mr. Fischer's English class. Bacon: II: Weeks: College Intramural Sports 1, 3: Chess Club 1. RALPH ALDEN McNEILL Mathews Drive, Cochituate Favorite Pastime: Finding excuses for not doing homework. IT: Wayland High School: Business ELIZABETH JEAN MONAHAN 36 Bennington St., Newton Corner Big Betty, Betty Favorite Pastime: All the times the kids spent in a certain part of Wal- tham. I Will to N. H. S.: My "Big" nick- name and all the wonderful times we spent in Building II girls' room, Miss Johnson. Riley: IV: Day: Business Social Board: Orange Shield: Ush- ers: Tennis: Archery: Office Work. PHILIP STEPHEN MORAN 989 Washington St., Newtonville Phil Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Prom Season of "l958". Barry: II: Day: College Homeroom Manager 2: Orange Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Baseball 2, 4: Football 1, 2, 3: Golf 2, 4: Ice Hockey 4: Intramural Sports 4. JOSEPH MURPHY 29 Emerson Sr., Newton Joe Suppressed Desire: To get out of school and make a success out of myself. Favorite Pastime: Wheeling my "Hot" Buicks and seeing Poochie Pie. , II: Utica Free Academy , Judgment Day STEPHEN ROBERT MURPHY 337 Wolcott St., Auburndale Murph, Big Murphy Favorite Pastime: Going to Lasell Jr. College with the boys. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: N. H. S. Beas3 II3 Warren3 Business WILLIAM M. O'DONNELL 130 Sherrin St., Newton Lower Falls Wild William Favorite Pastime: Footbal with Mr. Malone and the "boys". Palmer3 I3 WBIICDQ College Legislature 1, 23 Civics Board 33 Homeroom Manager 33 Orange Shield 2, 33 Baseball 13 Football 1, 2, 33 Golf 2, 3g Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. BARBARA LEE OYLER 150 Chapel St., Newton Riley3 I3 Day3 College PAUL PITTS 18 Carlton St., Newton Centre P.P. Suppressed Desire: To graduate on gym credits. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Being one of the unholy four. IIIT3 Boston TeCh.Q Service -DONALD BURTON SCALES 24 Pembroke St., Newton Don Favorite Pastime: Eating Lunch in classrooms. Ambition: None. IIITQ Rindge Tech Highg College Golf 2. 3: Rifle Club 2, 33 Home- room Manager 3. DANIEL EDMOND SCULLY S4 Charles St., Auburndale Danny, Grubby Suppressed Desire: To drive through the lunch room in an A altered. Riley3 II3 Warren3 College DAVID MICHAEL SEDER 19 Irvington St., Waban Dave, Cider Suppressed Desire: To graduate THIS year! I Will to N. H. S.: My Brother. Riley3 II3 Dayg College Homeroom Manager 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. VALARIE JEAN SMITH 57 Cherry Place, West Newton I Val, Kit . Suppressed Desire: I'd tell if I SANDRA RE ' HI I uld. but I can't so I won't. d St I Will to N. H. S.: A flrebug. OA " acon: II3 Warren3 College WT ef F iyics 2, 33 Tennis 2g Archery 33 Suppresse De own mind! ! uting 1 b . e:IV. ar - usin OS-jfi OUISE 'ESTHER ROTHSTEIN 70 Manemet Rd., Newton Centre Suppressed Desire: To contribute to good literature. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: Some of the best teachers I've had. Beals3 I3 Red Bank High School3 College Orange Book 13 Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 33 Music Club 1. FARIDEH -SADRIEH 9 Chesley Ave., Newtonville Favorite Pastime: Listening to mu- sic. Ambition: To finish college in the United States. Beals: I, II3 Rezashah High School, Shiraz, Irang College FRANCIS TABALDI 26 Melbourne Ave., Newtonville Duke Favorite Pastime: All the coffee breaks. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The unholy four. IIIT3 Dayg Service Homeroom Manager 1, 2, 3. JUDE THADDEUS TAMASKI 19 Dalby St., Nonantum Favorite Pastime: A-B-C-D Lunch. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Chief. A, - IIIT3 Dayg Service Homeroom Manager 33 Science Fair 13 Administrative Aids 1, 2. STEPHEN HOWARD THOLANDER 131 Warwick Rd., West Newton Steve Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Junior year and the certain Red Face. Riley3 IV3 Dayg College Civics Committee 2, 33 Homeroom Manager 1, 23 Rally Committee 2, 33 Orange Shield 23 Basketball 13 Badminton 23 Volleyball 13 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. ROBERT VBRMILYEA 102 Erie Ave., Newton Highlands Bob Favorite Pastime: Leaving school early. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: My Senior year. Barryg I3 Natick Highg College Ushers 2, 33 Science Fair 1, 23 Baseball 13 Football li Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3g Track, Indoor 2, 33 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 2, 3. JAMES A. WALSH 45 Myrtle St., Waltham Admiral Favorite Pastime: Pat. Fondest Memory of N. H. S.: The Radio Shop. IIIT3 South3 junior High, Wal- rhamg Service PAUL J. WELCH 121 Broadway St., Newtonville Suppressed Desire: To live in Ha- waii. Favorite Pastime: Walks to the "Ville". Palmer3 IV3 Day3 Service DAVID CHARLES WILSON 40 Oakland St., Newton Willy Favorite Pastime: Throwing pen- nies through Mr. Boulter's win- dows. Ambition: To be a Linotype Oper- ator 6 if we had a machine that worksl. IIIT3 Bigelowg Service fune ends 424 Year to Remember" l l N 121 Int oclucin GUR 75' Who stole The Orange Shield buttons? The Associate Council moves . . . 099 GGVERNM Ub- if "O.K. House Council, let's think of a new and better gimmick!" l is S Civics Committee on the ball . . . 4 The Associates Council consists of teachers, school officers, commission chair- men, and representatives from each House and each class. As the head of the associate government, the Council formulates many policies involving the welfare of the school. President: Dave Connor Boys' Vice-President: Joel Reingold Girls' Vice-President: Donna Richmond Clerk: Margie Casselman Treasurer: Bonnie MacLeod Advisor: Mr. Rogers Row I: J. Schneider, M. Slotnick, S. Gratto, S. Draisin, D. Richmond, M. Casselman, D. ' LS S : C I E S Connor, B. MacLeod, J. Reingold, J. Bailen, C. Eggers. Row 2: Mr. Rogers, R. Salter, G. Levinson, W. Mark, E. Flowers, L. Berk, B. Rifkin, B. Siegel, K. Commins, J. Cannon. C O U N C I l- P T Row I: D. Fox, S. Young, S. Goldsmith, B. Rifkin. Row 2: Mr. Rogers, Mrs. Levine, Mrs. O C O Q The purpose of the Parent-Teacher-Stw dent Association is to bring the student, his family, and his school closer together in mutual understanding. Evening meet- ings were held throughout the year with discussions on subjects ranging from stu- dent discipline to college. President: Mr. Walter Dietz Teachers' Vice-President: Mr. Rogers Student Vice-President: Phil Barry Butterfield, Mrs. Hewitt, P. Barry, Mr. Dietz. f- -x. Q, - - 4 Row 1.' B. Rifkin, W. Angoff, R. Hoeh, D. Richmond, J. Cannon, 1. Reingold B Yeo M Wells, B. Williams, Mr. Rogers. Row 2: H. Morris, S. McKeene, D. Connor A Lavely B FitzPatrick, P. McKenney, j. Lavely, R. Aburn, D. Isaacs, S. Hem. Q . Ng: P What's for lunch? CENTR L CIVICS COMMITTEE Originally planned as an anti-smoking squad, the Central Civics Committee now discusses and tries,to solve student problems in general. Its sixteen student members include two representatives from each house, the Boys' and Girls' Vice Presidents, the head of the Orange Shield, and the committee chairman, John Cannon. Chairman: john Cannon Advisor: Mr. Rogers K So they call us "The Anti-Smoking Committee?" 'S--an .Shes---.... U.. ........... ...N Cn... -.,..... ...,...., ..p--...-...., .. .... ...- .-..v..- -.-W -- ---.W-, helping them to organize and to write their charters, which are then submitted to the Activities Commission for approval. Chairman: David Shaw Advisor: Mrs. Miekka Row 1: J. Arcuri, J. Malone, Mrs. Miekka, B. Gorney. Row 2: D. Shaw, S. Goldsmith, B. Ham, P. Barry. YV 'Q,. .1 ACTI ITIES CCJMMISSIO RTS COMMISSIO K. Ferre, S. Huberman. Abrenl: C. Smith, N. Blacher. Something to remember this year is the organization of the Arts Commission. Its purpose is to evaluate Newton High School's activities in the fine arts. The commissions good judgement and planning have provided such enjoyable programs as student art exhibits in the Commons Rooms and entertaining musical productions during x-blocks. Chairman: Sylvia Huberman At the beginning of the school year, Homeroom managers are elected by their classes to perform for the rest of the year all school-wide duties applicable to the homeroom level. ADAMS: N. Balboni, P. Feinberg, P. Legere, D. Gilbert, D. Par- sons, C. Beck, K. Tower, S. Healy, D. Kent, H. Morris, J. Selig, S. Silliman, A. Vasquez, M. Totaro, A. Schwartz. BACON: G. Ang- off, R. Balos, A. Dinner, J. Campell, K. Brown, J. Francis, J. For- rest, M. Leve, S. Haake, S. Pel-Lin, E. Hill, L. Rittenberg, M. Termy D. Singer, D. Wood. BARRY: J. Cohen, D. Berg, R. Kaufman N. lN1ocalaster, M. Paul, P. Sorabella, J. Berezin, R. Davis, R. Gatti E. Cohen, R. Lenox, M. Kramer, W. Meissner, B. Walen, S. Glick- man, K. Mason, R. Salter, B. Schlosberg. PALMER: B. Bean, J Caruso, P. Deats, S. Draisin, P. Morrison, E. Gutman, L. Fisher, P Dana, M. Dynes, G. Levenson, R. Leeland, K. Patterson, R. Promer H. Lobel, J. Sutcliffe, R. Siegel, D. Satterheld, S. Tepper, M. Wells RILEY: S. Golden, F. Hymans, N. Blacker, J. Ahearn, M. Finer P. Kastner, D. Averbuck, M. Fox, J. Norman, M. Rosenthal, J Stoppelman, S. Hecht, L. Magee, E. Shine, M. Wegner. R. Giles, S. Klamberg, N. Goldberg, S. Wongburg, B. Ham, S Milman. BEALS: W. Albert, M. Fineberg, G. Alpert, M. Gratto, HOMEROOM MANAGERS ORANGE HIELD l l Q I I Row I: G. McLain, B. Sellars, J. Sutherland, B. Meirick, J. O'Don- nell, M. Kenney, T. Lavely, Mr. Rogers, L. Covich, B. Fitzpatrick B. Southmayd, J. Manning, D. Connor, L. Netzorg, M. Carroll Ron' J: C. Olten, S. D'Amico, P. Gath, J. Arcuri, L. McDougal, M Kirk, J. Malone, M. Beggs, B. McLeod, K. Ferre, B. Smith, E. Mitchell, M. Lee, D. Graham, J. Mara, J. Kneeland, C. Lovell, C. Krumm. Ron' 3: E. Roberts, H. Morris, N. Weiner, K. Wallen, L. Newman, N. Blacher, S. Fay, N. Soep, D. Demerjian, T. Ryan, S. Tower, J. Lavely, P. McKinney, T. McNabb. Row 4-' M. Melvin, R. Rizza, J. Cate, H. Rifkin, D. Fitts, J. Barron, P. Stenberg, J. McCarthy, W. Skornik, E. Flowers, P. Sullivan, J. Reingold. Row 5: K. Galner, V. Farina, P. Arnold, R. Ferris, R. Geltman, D. Donovan, C. Curtis, P. Guzzi, G. Motz, T. Reilly, C. Aucoin. Devoted to the ideal of a cleaner, better cafeteria, each day of the school week, twenty- five Orange Shield members, aided by five teachers, must cope with an estimated cafeteria attendance of 3027. Chairman: Tony Lavely Advisor: Mr. Rogers GIRL ' ATHLETIC BOARD iii' Row 1.' C. Jepsen, Adams: N. Anderton, Barryf C. Crosby, Beals, Chairman R. Goran, Bacon. Row 2: Miss Sweeney, Advixorf D. Rote, Palmerf J. Turn ball, Palmer, J. Myer, Riley, Miss Hall, Advisor. Little is known about the important functions of the Boys' and Girls' Athletic Boards. These boards are responsible for the scheduling of athletic events for Newton High. They also decide, with the aid of the coaches, the various awards to be given to members of our teams. Last year this group voted for gymnastics to become a Varsity sport. The present board chose the colors for the Newton South High School. BOYS' ATHLETIC BOARD fi. f Row 1: W. Boucher, E. Flowers, W. Southmayd. Row 2.' Mr. Sanborn, Mr. Goldman, Mr. Peterson, Mr. Swan, Mr. Rogers. 128 I SENIOR CLASS CFFICERS llllllllllllllll -..ay Row I: Miss South, Adwiiorg P. Guzzi, Prefidentf J. Arcuri, Secretary. R010 2: W. Southmaycl, Second Vice-Prefidentg J. O'Donnell, Treamrerg P. Kaplan, Fin: Vice- SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEE Rout' 1: P. Kaplan, M. Kirk, S. Remley, K. Balkus, B. Axt, P. DeSantis, J. Arcuri, S. Gold, A. Levitan. Row 2.' R. Nessen, C. Acoin, B. Walen, B. Wallace, B. Bean, L. Cassel, B. White, A. Zelman. Row 3: W. Southmayd, B. Seigel, R. Amendola, P. Hamilton, R. Stam, J. O'Donnell, P. Guzzi. 129 59 JU IOR CLASS OFFICERS - W. -1 ...M Q.. ' f f ,W..fwf2,f- . 11...- E. Shapiro, Secfetaryf Mr. MacDonald, Aduixorg P. Sahlin, Preridentf W. Hull, Treaxurerf M Peters Vice-Prexident. JU IOR CLASS CCDMMITTEE . 3 Q, ...., . Row 1: M. Eglitis, B. Mitchell, V. Shulman, M. Dana, F. Scarsella. Row 2: I. Somer set, R. Reece, R. Cooperstein, L. Bernt, S. Best, P. Rogers, S. Eames. Row 3: Mr MacDonald, G. Levenson, M. Libmen, P. Sahlin, M. Peters, W. Hull, N. Cobb, R Freiden. 130 .e' v. '1 UU 9 'lguqlelllll iiiwlttj 1. 4 ' Tlx Y A X -..... .,,:z1': P r : --"' 'zfz-:".:: ' 5-I-5,-'f "el-Zi YM N EE an - , ' ':.1 :gg -:si Qliglift qi : at .EEL Xiwlgolltm U O F: e M: .xzczmsxxsdlkgfsts twsi. w' ft U ' 4-ff zz: ' .nn ,., X Mix , 1 f I If -y-5 fn- sw NN gikx xww,-'X 1 li ll '10 . QP? Rlsllliglisi xx :lip .tx Kiwtxxx ,Z:y5?'yi.L1, I NMQV, .,,., ,OM ,I il Rx-xRSQQ?Eg3:f5,:ixS . . wx is maxbwzi 1. me fs-. 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' c- game - h 4.-l 3 .n :rx-:JV g llgiltlilfbfvv M" Q '35 .i"E!..E::inir55Q:,.:5 g ' ,gl lfllilrll- , lx . r .K:1e2!!f:r-!1'5f?lf- V . fi 1 rwnglf' 1: Hg EL "1-llljlls' 'c l iyli Qgjfj Q-ifgfj' 19, I -'fini'-Qlpliffft - 1:L:"'e':s f-2.515 ' U- 'I ' 1 Q 0 t I .. , An Introduction to ""'n "" , A , , , ,J THE HOUSE PLAN , 1' 'J1eJ'f'f'W ..A ,,. , n . 4..frfJ.1fffzff1f,f2 , , , as -so ' ' ,-,fL,f Myf'j7J,,4gg1,1 Newton High School rs a big school, and the tea- I I - - I I ,-5t!M,p'1i', jiz4,2f'i2 chers and students are proud of the accompanying A ' 0 " A ' - '. 'n I . 1' f . ,A 1 . . . 4112101 lffffn 1544.1 advantagesresulting from this bigness. But there are nic. disadvantages to bigness too: especially the cold, im- g personal factory-like atmosphereg and the resulting 7 5' - ' 3 distant pupil-teacher relationship. And it is to warm , ' the academic coldness inevitable in a large public l 9 high school that The House Plan system of six schools within a school has been created. V, l mammmmmma man--.-.,.,,.,,,,, 131 . . .H x ,.... 754 12 X L P A X 4 7L g .. H. fi r . I I I 1 I I I IDDIADTW DDDD A ii X HOUSE COUNCIL S. Bliss. R. Iircirmnn, S. Dclchunty, R. Ifiscmnn, D. Gilbert, K. Grady, D. Kaplan, R. Loc. -I. Lillis, M. ixI.lA!l1II'L', F. Marks. A. Miller, S. Milnc, j. Manning. T. McNabb. K. Manny-rs, R. Pcrlmuttcr, VI. Rwimk. -I. Rim, D. Rulby, C. Sn-inbcrg, B. Sicgnl, J, X5C'iilkcr, D. Wcxlfcrs, P. Wilscmn, H cii7UiII'I'l.lI1, P. CQUCMIIHQIII, III IIII ' MT i Y-dxf: A Swingin' affair ' 'WW .i. i .ii I iiii ii.. II I I I I I I II I I II I I I I I I I I , Oh no! wif' ' ' an . , if "' , ex , SQL ,I V,,. L A . L Q - zxkairdp. .- . 3 Housemaster Foster iii i NI! J Y Y Y Hitting the right corcd Writ ga.. 'wg - HOUSE CIVICS COMMITTEE one L Ixihn cwis, S. Lowric, J. Manning, S. Milne, C. Olton, R. E. Ilnrtst . . 'L , I.. L ! Ncsson, bl. Resnick, R. Pcrlmurtcr, Il. Rosuntlml, j. Selig, M. Totum, B. Xwhirc. I 1' f f f f f f f f f HH!!! 4 . .43 . v.'3I zip, "" il 'l HOUSE COUNCIL R. Baden, A. Barry, L. Berk, S. Berch, C. Bornstein, K. Brown, J. Cambell, E. Chasson, L. Clemente, IT. Copans, S. Cook, G. Cormier, J. DeSantis, L. Freedamn, E. Grant, C. Gould, N. Hewitt, G. Hintt-regger, J. Maloff, G. Motz, P. Needle, W, O'Hayre, S. Robbins, M. Silverstein, J. Sternbcrg, L. Weiner, J. Wienson, F. Witty. W" 'L' ' ' ' , --'fr H - vt , . . . . . ' ': ,, .,,. . . . .ii ' V fr i V' 3 - w w - "W, " ,f r " Mnggag-My i , f,.. r. h.v ' : A ' 'Q , .,.,r.lk.v 2 -5273.5 3 . L f 4' .rf . 1 K t, , , , - r if avg., wp:r.,K,.q,,.mxv-Qf'qA5-K MEA., .pfpwfrirq ,,,--fmyvmyggg-w, . Us-2-.2 .- w f .. .. ...yr .K . Y' W , . ' , ".tg-m..tf1r- .fe 1: lm-,:.f.vYw'ffi:Z,r wi.. Z ..visrf L-it H tfwrsi.. f' ' f - ' f . i ff. ffwftt : ' W W -- f '- gf, .W I STM., ,. 5 f 1' A ff, 7 W .f -s'w.m- Gu--M wo-ww .. t Lis-lefv wriiifl 1 L -. 515237 it L .. X K K Vg ,DQ if:,,V ity i sg W, 5-P4 , i Z h. . 1 gb, ' K E I A. N ff' of... ., . . , ' x Mx' . f PXP' r' . .5 P . "" his Al ox ' I ' -X flush. ,A . f Mm . . t 'wt 1' xg., .'.?.'-LZ, ,E 12:2 A 'lf .-i".'. . J' ,pussy ' i i I Keeping posted Essence of democracy ng ' Housemaster Swan XIUHS Cheer X-4. 1 i 1 L 5 HOUSE CIVICS COMMITTEE Row I: D. Singer, j. Schneider, P. Mclienney, W. Angoff, M. Arnold, D. Katzer. Row Z: Mr. Holmes, M. Brenner, M. Bornstcin, C. Owlick, L. Berk, D. Corring, A. Agahbabian, E. Cole, Mr. Lent. xi I' ' 1 I I ! Pretty interesting book .ef , S X - Teach me to tango H WS Xi." v Q U, y . 1i.s.. .3 .,... . . ...Q-W .. - BARRY H ' training HOUSE CIVICS COMMITTEE Ron I: B. Rifkin, K. Secunda, Mitchell, J. Lavcly, J. Arcuri. Rmz' 2: S. Brostoff, B. Anthony, S. Goldberger, C. Levi, B. Ham. USE HOUSE COUNCIL S. Adelson, P. Bachrach, P. Blair, P. Eskot, S. Fratles, C. Freeman, R. Geltman, N. Goldberg, M. Krinsky, J. Lee, L. Levine, J. Malone. C. Mar- key, D. Morgan, J. Ponaggio, B. Smith. Line up Housernaster Creedon ,ff ll And this is the house that jack built Charlie Chapman? ,.-.a---Q 137 'RWM J-it Housemaster Kesselheim X X C - 5 -X Qx V - Y. K f -I F X Ms N SX. : X -1 "At least I can Iind Middle C" HOUSE CIVICS COMMITTEE Row 1.' M. Kruger, M. Cohen, P. Lipman, E. Cohen, W. Robinson. Row 2x M. Raisman, J. Bilezekian, B. Yeo, J. Green, R. Abom. BLS H USE Beals' House Blues Don't forget the mistletoe! im,,e, Ame W M ...l -M , is ..., 3 . .N Xvl. New .. e W.,,wm?FSXwNwwwW.-,.. l 3 A0 'W RW HOUSE COUNCIL Row 1: F. Friedus, A. Cleaves. Row 2: B. Albert, Mr. Kesselheim, V. Farina, J. Green. I4 .wb 1 l xx l ef! f . , fix we-, V, 'lf lxxhx XF . I I . A, , N l nm PALMER HOUSE ni- kv 'Q Still Life ibut not muchlj .. X X Housemaster Hawkes ,Nw 11 HOUSE CIVICS COMMITTEE Q-0 Row l.' J. Brown, P. Wells, S. Swanson, H. Greenburg. Row 2: L. Covich, D. Isaacs, M. Rabinowitz, S. Greenblatt. Row 3: R. Frieden, H. Howard, B. Bean. W HOUSE COUNCIL S. Anderson, C. DiBenedetro, N. Chesebro, V. Coakley, S. Cooper, N. Fine, J. Goodman -- Secretary, P. Kidd, J. Leventhal, R. Lockwood, B. Meirick, P. Messore, W. O'Connell -- Prerident, D. Pass, R. Pollack - Trearurer, P. Resnick, E. Roberts, S. Swanson, T. Terrio, S. Tepper. " 3... EES- f.. fi' 5.51: .if ff They won't answer this question - I can't, myself. ll i X -S1 f l 'Q ' tl f 1 r ., Q' i QE I fl I can't assign your girl to Palmer . . . " 4 -41 V, x ' 'vt if Y f SIM PALMQCQ P 0316.21 Housemaster Johnson f is kv ..f" .-7 S HOUSE CIVICS COMMITTEE Rlow I." P. Karlin, B. Williams, R. Rizza, S. Hickey. Row 2.' D. Gascon, S. Jacobson, B. Fitzpatrick. K 4. Honor study? RILEY HOUSE J IRAS m 1 v W. Green, K. Rosenthal, S. MH HMM fin , msvawmv 5' xx v 5.5 L My XFN VJ N M wx 1 x A A 1 l iygfjdb J IA MQW A . EIMS ,bmw ' W Q5 OWXMWU 1 W NN VWQO W C f i,2X 1s Ry QU ' I f 301 J R 1 I . rf' X . 53, a . X4- 3 'I N 'fm v, I x I s, X54 ugh as ' w. .nm -Cel An Vw' W' r ,,,f""""'M H- K ,,,..-v"""""' X""""""" 'N ..A... K QC FAI. X XA NM... ,A ...V .Ng fb ,W XX ESQ ,, . 3 W, , 5 W "L"'M' " L' m ' ' m'-N ' ' A ' ' ' - 5 xs- '- 1, -' nf . ' 5 S' 7: - ' -v s , - Q - is . Q1 4 . Q' , " . A hm -wx 4 N Qu 'N ' : 1 --S'-' 5" . , . w L, .1 -5, 3 - -sh , ' ' Q ' 7 . - ' ,.5 K - 1. k R ' , ' 3 A. ff . " - as 21 A il H .vs ' '-2' 4 - Q 'K ' . - A '. ' .. , , -v, K b x X .. 3 ,Q b - .Q V , r F 1 if L on Q , -f' ?P K 6 K, Ai Jia ii X, "' X 7' as vi Y J T , Fifi Ma Til 5 M ag gh S .71-Q gf . , ' x f I 5 .f ' . I, sziifi, f H ii"f'f'-4.4, ' e I 'Wig - 'T iiiiif 'iiiitzrfm . V wr ix Whig fl Qi QM THE MATCHM KER This year's senior play was Thornton Wilder's hilarious comedy about love and marriage, The Matchmaker. Presented on November 6th and 7th, 1959, it was directed by Miss Helen Ryan. The cast, with stars Peggy Wells and Bob Gatti, was able to impart to the audience the full zest and spice of Wilder's humor, giving a performance that will be difficult to match in years to come. i i r Horace, I never thought I'd hear you say a thing like that!" "You're an impertinent, idiotic, kill joy!" fm' X ll? ying, I ig, 'ai jf, R 14 41. tgp 5. I l I've brought you two girls in much the same condition" CAST HORACE VANDERGELDER CORNELIUS I-IACKL . .. ,. BARNABY TUCKER . . MALACHI STACK AMBROSE KEMPER JOSEPH SCANLON RUDOLPH .. . . .. , A CABMAN . , AUGUST ., ., .. .., , MRS. DOLLY LEVI , ,.,,. , MISS FLORA VAN IIUYSEN MRS. IRENE MOLLOY , . . MINNIE EAY , ,, ERMENGARDE . . . . GIIRTRUDE ,. .. . ,. .. , MISS VAN IIUYSEN'S COOK A MUSICIAN ..,, STUDENT DIRECTORS Act Act Act Act . Robert Gatti Howard Gorney Leonard Brown joseph Schneider Richard Kanter , Terry Segal ,. .Ion Barron Kenneth Ackman .. Harvey Alford Margaret Wells . . Kirstin Ferre Rowena Balos Sylvia Huberman Joyce Lenox Edith Prentice . . joan Popper . , , . Sally Morrison I Stephen Naterman II Carol Alban III Martha Harrison IV Harmon Rifkin Directors , , . Mr. Spink, Miss Ryan That was a dilly! Curtain Call 'S xi 1 hx 3 4 N 2. X 1 'S X s E NIO R Aix KX Q if 1 Howe it's done! A balanc ,, .af Five desserts, please. 0 Q57 Y V sf. X ' ax On December 6 the Class of 1960 held its Hrst social event, the Senior Supper. This year's supper had its largest turnout with over 700 seniors attend- ing. A delicious meal was followed by ballroom and square dancing, and student entertainment. The success of this evening could not have been realized without the hard work of Miss South, and the Senior Class Committee. UPPER f lliet X Look out! I'm falling! Hail, Hail! The gang's all here! Rau' I: S. O'Brien, C. LaFauce, C. Curtis, B. Walen, W. O'Connell R. Burke, Co-Captain W. Southmaycl, Co-Capmin R. Paaso, Pi Guzzi, V. Farina, J. Lee, D. Thompson. Row 2: F. Dalicanclro, J Mitchell 1 O'Donnell A Lavely D Connor B Perr T Reill s - , - v - r - yn - Y, J. Callan, D. Senecal, W. Sellers, A. Oteri, D. Demerjian. Row 3: Coach Malone, Coach O'Connell, R. Guzzetti, P. Stenberg, F. Santucci, J. Claflin, W. O'Donnell, D. Donovan, R. Lawrence, C Dapsauski, H. Howard, E. Flowers, R. Burman, R. Carle, T. Pitts Coach MacConnell. Rau' 4: Coach Ronayne, j. O'Brien, C. Nelson G. Pappas, P. McKenney, L. Bjork, R. Marino, R. Frierlen, A. Kerr M. West, M. Libman, j. Marchand, Coach Fraktman. FOOTB LL 1. f. Q'-. qi 5 55- 5: "Ur . his nvrmv .F X 1 lb V U nv- f if om: for X. 1 I' N yHlLlySiNUUlKV 55.5 J 7"'o 3 la. B f lf. aj - z -5 f A M -,f:wh xl 1 . ... ... . , l M X A' .. A yt: . Captains Courageous 3 150 The brains of the operation an . Q W : X A, ,wg 5 5 , A " 5 A Q Mb..-f 1 ,f A 2 R X X 'S 4 X X .143 X 3 F as x Q . QQ? f-Q fx, : fi v u x , v I ff N ' ix ' 9 gy' 0. Q f 'K 'Si' qv - . K S I ,, . Q1 5365. ' X . gf., . 1 3 , Wa. 5 . an .Kg - an , 1 s 3, vm f YK wwf E .Q-gamma QE K .t N L if ' XS' X 31 ,. , . k 1 3 s - K - 1' gk 5' ss Y? -. L k v S' 3' S 5 gif Ns grbf., R' L - XY Paxw- :W -ik-:ffi N, i 5 H xx Q L, , v ,NNN-Xi ' V. ijfg NRSV? .wx T 1 xx k 3 I 1 N ' ' n ga . if ' ' Q K ,F c f " 1 X 1 .X,E,.,.Ni.x .. . K : ' K 1 s . 3 ' ' ' Q wmmwmas ws xhigk ,,..x :iam w xx in Y A fgga B1""E-S "' 3 l Q- 3 I get a kick out of you. Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton SCHEDULE 15 Everett ,. .. . , . 19 Cranston, R. I. . .. 0 Brockton . ., .. 8 Watertown . ., ,. ,. 8 Arlington ,,. ... 30 Medford. ... cancelled Lynn English , ,....,.... 12 Waltham . . 15 Brookline . ,, Somebody missed a block I 0 4 'K X NV Q I f y ,xx I .W , K wk' .N g 1 4. xx l, Hey, where's the hole? C'mon, cross the line. I dare you. QQ UQ!-' F A-Mcwvvmwt. .Xkx M. ,:g.,,X..ww-W f-. "1"" 1- 'B 'W b 35 vrv rm am E Y Glmpfx! K I fu. .Q Whad'ya mean I ain't got all my teeth? LA if 1 4 Q. N. 1 J W 'TU' What goes up . . . ,. AQ.. at fA ...i ELL H ,l f l ! ey eggoo my eg 153 rs "H ' K'-Q-I .dj saw x' ,J- ima Rott' I: W. Chase, L. Hurst, L. Brown, J. Shaner - Caplain, E. Millot, B. Cahill, B. Taylor, W. Smith. Rout 2: AI. Hibbard -- Manager, J. Forest, P. Messore, J. Francis, B. Stam, G. Hinteregger, X Brent J Laveley B Vermilca S Hecht A Bailc Coach Row 3 Steinber B. Marchese . , . , , ' , . , . 'y -- . .' J. g, B, Bornstein, H. Hinteregger, T. Tanner, G. Bernstein, G. Kiel. Captain john "Fireman" Shaner A long road ahead. WWW CROSS COUNTRY TRACK Wfith captain-elect Dave Kent having left Newton High to attend a private school and Coach Richard Geist abroad in Europe, this year's cross country team found itself in an awkward situation. To compensate, senior track stand-out John Shaner was elected the new captain and Abner Bailey, the new coach. The 1959 outing saw a rebuilding season in this highly unpublicized but color- ful sport. Although success as a team was limited, Captain Shaner, Hintereger, Tanner, and Vermeylea starred individually. In the annual State Meet at the con- clusion of the regular season, all finished near the top, All indications for next year's team point to a highly successful and rewarding season. Captain: john Shaner Coach: Mr' Bailey 4 just me and my shadow, strolling down 15 the avenue. 1 What do you mean, he got lost in the woods? Confirmed Bachelors on Sadie Hawkins Day. BOYS' SPORTS CAN DIDS And they're 05 and running. - jf .-X,,,,,:ff, .M S -K K. f - x .f i,2,w.5-r 9645, Eggi f. MPQIQ K. L, , " ff f-.fi - W 'VX-fi' s.-.1-X-eg i'2'T.ff-:f:"'ii-1 .lvfig 'WT . - .. K we ,fifzm ,. .W ,I Q. ' . Journey's end - T.D. against Brookine. I gOt H b00-b00- 155 Row I: M. Hawkes, C. Crosby, N. Anderson, 1. Meyer, B. Schlosberg, L. Cretian. Row 2: S. Georgian, J. Turnbull, D. Rote, A. jarrell, Miss Collins. Row I: A. Sarafini, R. Goken, D. Parsons, D. Parsons, P. Best, R. Masrrioni. Row 2: Miss Collins B. jarrell, G. Snow, j. Flagg, K. Tower, B. Howard, J. Russeau, L. Hern. Ll. I XII : Q ' r K . IQ? gh Sig 3? vvgv F.. . I I I I I I I I I 1 . I 21 4 s Y I In-. - QMA 1, 5 fff , " SW' I I I 'M 5" ill I ,wg life as z 5 S iv Q ..YS,a,. -, ',, I I I, .I A. rf' ,X x 5 , iyff-y M 1. r J R A S 7'-' . I I , k . -wa. ,. I - S -f s I V f' K1 ,. f I ', I , Q" 'EQ' x Shu! ' ' -flilkfqkfig kifixiig. , ... l .X '54-an ...av xww I If Q s GIRLS' SPORTS CAN DIDS Ill llll ll llli If k?".f.'39 ?5"i3'2 'Z i 'A v '97 ff Q -A2 N Eu 4. J- 4 I 0 A , fb l M, , 1 L 1" 1 4,1 f ,P , 1 V ,, A A fn, xy, ' 'D -I 1 7, . A 1! f .7 ,j 'if ,ff FQ I V" f, . t Lf " f, ff' pl I y 44 '01, 7 V , ,f i -A A U 1 , I ' I Y " 1ff'11 1 V Y lm 'W l 'L' l ,A ,514 Kg V, Ni uh 'f ff 1 4 K Llp! ,JZ f I 1 4 if A fr! V! L 2, I 111 4 1 11 1 f Q4 1 fit .51 ,7 Is, V, I I9 diffs ,V jf 1 I 1 1 1151 I X If ,ffl cr Ki 1 A F 1 1 C WIN TE ,,,,..,.-..-L., W M fn .N .V gkmx ws... , W. XX X .215 5 L ihur Out of the darkness the light 4 7 1 , . Halle iuia The A Cappella Choir, the Girls' Chorus and the N.H.S. Orchestra participated in the annual Christmas Vespers. The program con- sisted of Chanukah songs, traditional carols by a brass quartet, two Advent carols sung by the Madrigal singers, and selected num- bers from Handel's "Messiah" VESPER QW r ,env f, miie hh? Rock of A-ges lnf H6 Silent night sg ' -4 f Put your best foot forward J U I O R P RO M Hawaii came to Newton High on February 20 when the ll... junior Prom took place. Over 700 students, including mem- bers of all three classes, attended the dance held in a Hawaiian setting at the high school gym. All the students were impressed by the imaginative decorations, and the fine music of thc Carleton Society Orchestra. Her Majesty Processional L 1 Sing along with jack 161 Put some fun in your life . . . try dancing Give me strength, Everyman W Y O 1 ALICE IN ff l Each year Newton High students present I ' l I D three plays for the Drama Festival. Con- ' l E ceivetl in joy, executed with facility and i precision, the Drama Festival never fails to l , R L A N , D bring excitement and culture to Newton High School. ' l EVERYMAN i l i If l l A fob- I Wforltlly goods will fill your needs .55 'r1'S'L'.? w'..'s., x i yn li fsfri 2 r i s lx we lt t t M I A'l' A illfy about I0 be hung All right, laughing girl, what's so funny? 644g " WINS AT N. . . DRAMA FE TIV L ...S-1. X X Before the High and Mighty ANNIVERSARY Nw,-xx Q., 'Y Red clouds of Evil loom in the horizon. The Lap of Luxury So what does that have to do with the price of eggs? Stop me if y0u've heard this one 163 .--...M ... , may-a.. . .. at ' Cgptgin Al Ygfk Watch the birdie Hey, look! I passed. Row I: D. Fitz, T. Geltman, R. Lawrence, A. Gordon, A. Otis, W. Skornik. Ryan, A. York, H. Kowal, R. Geist, B. Fitzpatrick. Row 2: E. Hootstein R N 1 1 k i .S xx Na , L2 .5 it :X . 3 1 - 1 gl" H f' t l k ik 164 M l FW 413i E 'is .. 3 . .M uv' if 'Q' f sp, QF-Q. ,-... A 5 Y MQ 'EL X, fax QP' YQ V 1 5 ' , X K X' ' 5' N gk 'X YJ.. 5, .mfr A P x 5 . . hw . 0 ,i,k X Well, coach, what do I do now? Although plagued by injuries and inexperience, this year's basketball team has done exceptionally well. Captain Al York missed part of the season due to an injured thumb and junior sensation Eddie Hootstein was out with a bad knee. Tommy Ryan kept New- ton in the scoring column while Ronnie Lawrence and Bill Skornik kept it honest under the boards with some great rebounding. Inexperience also proved detrimental to the Poskittmen in that Captain York was the only varsity returnee from last year's team. With four juniors on this year's twelve man squad and many promising j.V.'s, we look forward to next season and a possible Tech Tourney participant. Captain: Alan York Coach: Mr. Poskitt Here I go again. Swish! 5 Hey, fellas, watch the ceiling l l lg lays S Q, lt, gill w' . .E ,,W,, A X 1 1, ,ai M323 is Ron' I: H. Cooper, P. Mesore, B. Zung, R. Faucett, C. War- J. Steinberg. Ron' 3: L. Boyle, C. Corey, M. Neetlle, D sowe, S. Kaplan, L. Hurst, R. Guzzetti, E. Flowers, A. Got- Kent, J. Porofsky, H. Hinteregger, C. Curtis, G. Motts, R gone, D. Monte, J. Prince. Rou' 2: L. Tucker, E. DeWolf, Abrams, P. McKenney, D. Brent, B. DiMattri, B. Perry, M D. Carle, R. Johan, V. Farina, A. Lasker, S. Katz, D. Pass, Kemelgore, J. Caws. E. Malott, D. Shaw, A. Perlis, R. Catrill, j. Forest, D. Nevins, Captain Ed Flowers nipped at the tape in the Stare 600 Hancloff to victory over Ringe 8 The sign says NO SMOKING 'I6 1-2-3 Kick Neck and neck Follow the leader The 1960 Boylermasters, scoring overwhelming victories in all five Metro- politan League meets and placing high in the Annual B.A,A. and State Meet classics, once again boast an outstanding season in track. Captain Ed Flowers was undefeated in league competition and finished a shade behind the leader in the State Meet 600-yard run. Top point-getters in each event were: Dick Carle, 50-yard dash, Ralph Guzzetti and Ed Dewolf, 300-yard rung Tucker and Corey, mile, Curtis, hurdles, Abrams, shot put, Cooper and Farina, high jumpg and Carle, DeWolf, Guzzetti, Allen, Flowers in the relay. In the B.A.A. meet, Newton scored only 611 points. Carle placed third in the 501 Abrams fourth in the shot put, Cooper and Farina tied for fourth in the high jump, and the relay team placed fifth. As a result, the boys Hnished fifth. In the important State Meet, however, the Boylermakers were more successful. Carle was second in the dash, Guzzetti placed fourth in the 300, Flowers was second in the 600, Cooper tied for first in the high jump, and the relay team finished third, for a total of 16 points and third place in the standings. Coach Boyle has every right to be proud of his team. They succeeded in regaining the Metropolitan League title and in walloping arch-rival Rindge Technical by one of the biggest scores ever recorded in Newton-Rindge history. Captain: Ed Flowers Coach: Mr. Boyle Carle a close second in State 50 Row I: D. Urell, M. Peters, K. Clark, T. Reilly, M. Lancaster, P. Sahlin, D. Ellis. Row 2: D. Connor, D. Mason, D. Valle, R. Urell, F. Quinn, U. Thompson, M. Ryan, J. Chaisson, J. Reingold, D. Thompson. HOCKEY This year's hockey team is vastly improved over those of past seasons. A tight defense, highlighted by co-captain Terry Reilly and Dave Connor, and spec- tacular goal tending by Dave Thompson kept Newton close to the top of the G.B.I. standings. Forwards Dennis Valley and Roger Urell shared the scoring honors but, without the cooperation of the entire team, a successful team would not have been possible. Co-Captains: Dave Thompson, Terry Reilly Coach: Mr. Hall "Get the puck out of there!" stmswwi ,A Mm. -0 U .. - Man, dig those crazy socks Don't just stand there, do something X, .nf N sw X K 'ke' I passed the three "Rs". The Lone Stranger 171 jump Ball Oops! Hi-yo, Silver GYMNASTICS I could do that standing on my head Don't just do something - stand there .' I , ' .V ,- L. - BOYS' SPORTS "Oh! I am slain." Practice makes perfect CAN DIDS Tally-Ho N,,,...annl'lv0""'l .-nlv1""""""". Now he tells me he can't catch Hang down your head Tom Dooley R xg 1 v. 'S SENIOR CLASS TEAM JUNIOR CLASS TEAM GIRLS' BASKETBALL R. Srreeech Jump ball fEF5!5??V??V 5!if!?5E 5? 18 'Sm SOPHOMORE CLASS TEAM BEALS HOUSE CH I AMPIONS v Rcach for the sky Q..-N.Nw.s,. .. R W 7' 'Wi 1, . I i , N. A. .I " WANI -- 1 s...4....ss WJ.. ...Q s.. rxwslf. . Y . GIRLS' VARSITY , Razz' I: C. Crosby, N. Anrlcrson. C. Jepson, D. Rorc, ' K. Tom, Turnbull, C. Lyons, L. Merrill, tl. Tliormiin, Miss Fralzicr. Up for il long one Iliull Ilv f i Q I n I Behind you! X , 1 1 1 GIRLS' JUNIOR VARSITY l Razz' I: G. Snow, L. Brauninigcr, S. Kilcy, M. Shnrkus, L, Wlxrnc-r, K. Tower, M. Russo. Ruiz' 2: Miss Collins, K. Tom, If. Ilarririgron, L. HL-rn C. Bridge, VI. Thor- mzm, C. Lyons, Miss Frazier. Ron' S: L. WL-riiian, IZ. Pc-titc, II. Dicifcnbucli, P. u..L..-..,.n.. Q DAM...- L. Shaw. Ron' 2: Miss Collins, x .... .. xxx-'....,. ' "SIIG-'T .v.......s.. .. . Wa- ...,......,... . ...vi -, 10.61 177 'tx X 'YB 'Milf' xg - 4- X ff ID I iq Q fs . N , x -45' SPQINQ' 2 ,.v fl 'U SP RING MU CAL Me and the Colonel "I've grown accustomed to your face" 5 Here we go . . . 'round again" "A little dab'll do ya" "My country 'tis of thee Seventy-one years ago the distinguished show-business team of Gilbert and Sullivan wrote an operetta called The Gondolierr, On the 25th and 26th of March, this operetta was produced as the Newton High Spring Musical by an industrious group of director, dramatists and musicians. It was the first time that a Spring Musical had been presented since 1957 when Connecticut Yankee was performed. fee CQNML1 E135 Duchers ...... Casilda .,..... Gianelia ...,. Terra i...,..,... Feametm ..,..... Vittorixo ..... Giulia .,,.. lnex .................... Duke of Plazaioro Don Alhambra ...,..,. Guireppi ......,.... Luiz ..... Antonio ...... .. Douglas Reynolds Francesco ....... ..,..., D onald Reeves Giorgio ................ ....,.. J ohn Cannon Student Director ...4..,, ..............,... L ynn Covich Director: , .......... .. Rusty Muther CAST Maxine Stone Cheryl Owlick Diane Chacran Safety Patrol Ruth Goran Nancy Frieman Sue Van Keuren Charlotte Lowery Maxine Fineberg Steven Berman Scott Silliman john Sawyer Miss Geraldine Seaver S Miss Ann Sanguinetti 'NT uf E 4 52 M ,,. Andrews, Louis F. Anthony, Wellington F. Arcuri, Joanne A. Axelrod, Doris T. Barry, Phillip M. Berman, Daniel M. Cannon, John R. Casselman, Margery A. Castano, Constance A. DeSantis, Patricia A. Ferre, Katherine K. Francis, Joyce M. Gascon, David A. Goldberger, Stephen A. Green, Joseph H. Grossman, Karenbeth Guzzi, Paul H. Hickey, Selby J. up INDUCTED APRIL 30, 1959 Class of 1960 Huberman, Sylvia B. Kelly, Brenda M. Kotzen, Linda S. Lakin, William D. Lee, Jeffrey S. Lenox, Robert H. Lief, Sarita Malone, Judith L. McCann, Sandra L. McClain, Gail A. McDade, Marie E. Milner, Miriam R. Morrison, Alan S. Nesson, Richard B, Olken, Grace P. Phillips, David F. Renker, Jane C. Richmond, Donna G. X37 QR? .is -..-1-1-n in ,i tins! Rote, Diane M. Saltzberg, Lee S. Saunders, Norman M. Schell, Louisa F. Schofield, Arnold W. Seidenberg, Elisabeth Shaner, John W. Slavin, Patricia M. Southmaycl, William W. Sudhalter, Carol S. Swaine, Beverly A. Ullman, Alice M. Weinberg, Elizabeth A. White, Barry B. Williams, Barbara A. Wolbarst, Leslie J. Yeo, Barbara L. Zelman, Allan G. Prerident Vice-Prefident Secfelary Treafurer Adviror , y X, N John Shaner Wellington Anthony Miriam Milner Joyce Francis Mrs. Allen ww .v Class of 1960 Abrahams, Judy A. Arnold, Merry M. Baker, Brenda E. Balkus, Karen Berk, Lee Berman, Leonard S. Bernhardt, Beverly A. Black, Samuel L. Books, Roberta P. Brostoff, Steven W. Brown, Claire li. Callander, Susan C. Campbell, Janice E. Carey, Joan F. Chase, Walter E. Chiriboga, David A. Cohen, Edith S. Cohen, Judith S. Collins, Abigail Conrod, Charlotte M. Creem, Harvey A. Dashefsky, Gloria Evans, Susan Falkson, Joseph L. Fisher, Nancy Fox, Edna Freeman, Carole R. Garber, Lesley N. Gesmer, Linda Gibbs, Sandra J. Gilman, Ellen L. Glassman, Cynthia R. Golden, Shirley H. Gordon, Barbara J. Gorney, Barbara L. Gould, Joan C. Gracefla, Jean P. Hall, Elizabeth M. INDUCTED APRIL 26, 1960 Harper, Geoffrey W. Harrison, Martha L. Hayes, Evelyn B. Hern, Susan T. Hills, Penelope R. Hoops, Patricia A. Hopwood, Carol E. Hunter, Joan M. lndursky, Barbara E. Jarrell, Ann Kanter, Richard T. Kaplan, Paul W. Klein, Natalie Kobrick, Jeffrey R. Landry, Barbara J. Lange, Wiebke E. Lees, Diana Lenox, Joyce T. Linsky, Enid D. MacNeil, Ralph A. Magid, Maureen Malone, Patrick M. Marcus, George E. Marini, Anne D. McDonald, Nancy R. McNabb, Joseph V. Meirick, Betsy J. Melvin, Mary L. Milman, Susan P. Monto, Marjorie A. Morrison, Sally D. Murphy, John W. Olans, B. Pompeo, Antonia D. Prensky, Ira B. Prentice, Edith H. Pugatch, Helen A. Riskin, Jeffrey R. Rosenbaum, Peggy Ann Rosenthal, Harvey M. Ross, Joan H. Rovner, Paul D. Savatsky, Steven J. Schneider, Joseph L. Schofield, Jill Schwartz, Andrea H. Segal, Terry P. Shaw, Linda Siegal, Richard D. Slotnick, Marc A. Smith, Valarie J. Stanley, Sheila F. Sutherland, Kathleen Swartz, Susan Taylor, Judith R. Tracey, Martha G. Vitti, Mario Volpe, Trinity D. Wegner, Marcia H. Williams, Margherite York, Alan R. Zavod, Phyllis F. Class of 1961 Adelman, Judith D. Berman, Stephen H. Bilezikian, John P. Brenner, Paula L. Brown, Jane E. Cragg, Catherine E. J. W. Cummins, Kenneth C. Deats, Patricia Z. Derick, Dorothy B. Devore, David K. Everett, Sarah E. Fay, Marcia C. Fine, Nancy H. Gordon, Hiram D. Greenberg, Helen S. Greenblatt, Stephen J. Grossman, Neil J. Gutman, Elizabeth H. Hewitt, Nancy B. Hinteregger, Hans F. Homonoff, Richard B. Hoops, Joan V. Isaacs, Deborah S. Jacobson, Sheila M. Josephson, Betty L. Katz, Alan Kaufman, Richard B. Kaye, Harvey Kiley Suzanne E. Klein, Elise A. Krebs, Stephanie L. Kurson, Donald K. Lavely, John H. Levi, Carol J. LeVine, Susan B. Lipman, Peter H. Lipp, Susanne E. Lockwood, Richard M Lothrop, Mark A. Lurensky, Nancy J. Mitchell, Beverly S. Morris, Helaine E. Novack, Lois P. Secunda, Karen L. Selig, Joel L. Sharzer, Leonard A. Sheehan, Mary T. Sherman, Eliot H. Sorabella, Philip A. Tsutsumi, Thomas N. Walley, Cheryl A. Wax, Sidney I. Witty, Frances Yofle, Frances E. NATIONAL HGNOR SOCIETY The Newton High Chapter of the National Honor Society comprises about 159i ofthe Senkx Claw and about 596 ofthe Junkn Claw. The students are chosen for their "character, service, leadership, and scholarship," and the names are announced in early April. Since most of the members of the society are quite. busy and don't have much free time, the Newton High Chapter limits its activities during the year to ushering on certain occasions, acting as guides, and holding one big party sometime toward the end of the year. 184 '75 1 9 I Q1 ,W fl 6? 0? 12 . . I' 6 9 53 V V fl F ' thing W f - :S xf ,, 11, 11' lllll ASEB LL The 1960 Tigers are out to bring Newton and Coach Howard Ferguson another state championship. The team's hopes rest on the shoulders of veterans Dave Conner, Bill Boucher, and the Ryan boys, Tommy and Mar- ty, and newcomers Gerry Marchand, Dave Fitrs, Fred Delicandro, and Steve Sones. A major problem facing the Tigers this season is whether veteran pitcher Bob Beaure- gard, who turned in an out- standing performance last sea- son, will recover from an ail- ing arm in time to help the squad. However, as in the past, Coaches Ferguson and Fraktman will probably over- come most of the problems, and Newton should have, at least, their usual successful season. 4, W: Here, have a ball ,. vi' Hal i f W W W W Tu 1 ul as . 54-H V ...N . .1 Rau' I.' R. Stemberg, B. Fitzpatrick, T. Reilly, D. Fitts, D. Conner, Gelrman, W. Murphy, R. Beauregard, P. Weinbaum, H Ferguson W. Boucher, R. Masino, M. Lidman, T. Ryan, G. Marchand. Row Row 3: R. Kenny, S. Sones, P. Guzzi, K. Hough, C. Curtis D 2: E. Fraktman, M. Ryan, F. Delicandro. S. Gaszin. R. Heckman. R. Valle You're nr! - Q d up and take it I think it went into orbit! WN wk , 41 lk :as x' .X Inf Vx. x Q6 x R' ' 9' 1 .sms N x L X 5 .5 A S X X .X :N 1 KA Q u iff 41 KX ,... N K? . ik Q 1.0 'i X s X - .3 r vwx-wx X wr 5 fs ww 4 , 211.-. SS 5 x .LM it QR , NS? X K x 3 5 . ,J X 5 fn, --- V ' K 1 , SEK fx , N 4 , ' 'XW' k iw -iam - X' x A Q Xi. 2 ie +. E L1 xxg Q x , . X55 N What's he looking at? How does eleven straight sound, gentlemen? GLITDOOR TRACK l n Newton wins in G. B. I. It's Newton again Dick "The Dart" Carle Peter made a boo-boo as Easy does it, Ed The Thinker sr' ' qll 0 gan' 'MSX x L . B .., qg : 3 Captain Bill Wallace The Four Horsemen "Let's make it eleven straight Outdoor State Championships." This was the keynote to Coach Boyle's welcome speech to a squad of approximately fifty boys as the 1960 out- door track team began practice sessions. Mr. Gallagher and a newcomer to the staff, Mr. Sutherland, will assist Coach Boyle with the team. An early glance shows tremendous possibilities for the Tracksters to extend their coveted string of State Meet victories. Sprinters Dick Carle, Alvin Allen, Ed DeWolf, and Ralph Guzzetti have shown they can stay with the best. Ed Flowers, Indoor Track captain, will most likely compete in the quarter-mile. The distance events are well rep- resented with the Hinteregger brothers, Corey, Tucker, Shaner, Tanner and Company. The high hurdles pose the greatest problem, but, in the lows, Peter McKenny and Arnie Lasker will provide the team with additional strength. Turning to the field, State Champ and Captain Bill Wallace is back to toss the javelin along with Dick Howard and Peter Sahlin. John Borofsky and Ray Freiden are working at the shot put while Dick Abrams and Dick Berman are strong in the discus. jay Lavely and John Shaner are pole vault returnees and a host of promising boys are working at the high jump. Bob Sprague, Stan Liner and Alvin Allen show great potential in the broad jump. It is still very early to tell, but the "Newtonian" Sports Staff predicts the usual highly successful season for the 1960 Outdoor Tracksters. TENN S 1.0 0 04 '2 se: 0509 N Perfect form .Q ' O 0' Q an K ' r w 0 v . I With Senior returnees Phil Barry, Jay Alperin, and Dick Nesson, plus juniors Steve Hecht, Justin Francis, and Bob Greenberg, the tennis team should fare well this season. Finishing second in last year's State Champion- ships, the Racketeers and Coach Poskitt are making preparations for another vic- torious season. It wasn't that bad, was it? I unix, I .lu Row 1: White B., Bronstein S., Nesson D., Alperin J. Row 2.' Hootstein E., Francis j., AuFranc T GOLF As defending league champs, Coach Hall, Captain York, and Company have their work cut out for them this season. But with five varsity returnees and a host of others fighting for the last positions, it looks as though they will come through with another State Meet berth. Most of the boys have been out on the course and are in good shape. The "Newtonian" crosses its fingers and looks forward to this year's State Meet. L X 1 ,f 1 R H A I Y 'V I ll m n. X ' l Rau I Stem R Ober A McDanrels K Mann H AuFranc T., Mandell J. Ron' 2: Hollis P., - IZ-gn: -.5 , 5 4 59- A f MW, vii x A 4 K . '9 Q ii 4' A 'ig M x . ia 'K A. K L. 3 L A.. ' . V A! N H li, km SX. 'y ,naw V f mug 3333- P -if H i SSE? Q 1' -4 i f55f2 . --'ml J 5, "X, ii I 1, ' A xx S , E ' far' Q. J Shiva v if ,. 0' S -4' 8 A Jag- - TZ: S , n :X fx THROUGH THE YE R w "gg 45-cv"r,y .' ' "E-ff" -- M . Y . 9' ,, 5' L l I h SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER .5 kk.. 5 In-Q g . .x 31 A -y BUYE R 551 55 5: Pl! S 5' ' Q 15- . - . Sk f X DECEMBER JANUARY FEBRUARY E . X -vE. 4 A 1 ' A 1 193 MARCH APRIL-MAY JUNE TRIBUTE TO TE H HIGH Mr. Switzer, Director of N.T.H.S. By 1873, when Newton High School had been in existence for fourteen years, the high school had four major courses of study, one of which was the Technology Course. In 1905, a commercial course was initiated, and three years later the Technical High School, Building Two, was erected. For many years the Tech High was under the direction of Mr. Palmer. The Tech High was soon divided, how- ever, the Vocational High School, offering com- mercial courses was founded. Today, the Newton Technical High School includes both the technical and the vocational aspects, and is under the able direction of Mr. Warren M. Switzer. The school is run entirely separately from Newton High, but the boys may take certain of the courses offered at the classical high. ,,,,,..,. 'ting 355.-r Our of confusion - Progress Always plan ahead There goes that engine-knock! 'hi 1 gxmrg si J D v ffff B- if ff K W . ss. -rsiflii Slicing the way ro fortune mmap? Progress through Elccrrrcrry 195 Ambrosia if In his sophomore year a boy spends one week in the shop and one week in class. Some juniors and most seniors participate in the co-operative plan whereby they spend their shop week actually working at an industrial plant. The boys are both graded and paid for their work. Peclagogues' Relaxation Youth learns from Experience li? i la of 3---.....,M .,,i. . . cs Aw-'I' I T pi I l Mi.,-NN? 4 l 196 Cramming time Q Now cabinets, Later houses A new curriculum, I-T, has recently been added in Newton Technical High School for the boy who wishes to go into industry on a technical level or who wishes to attend a higher institution Man and Machine of learning. -We .T-I 'f--l F'- Teamwork brings success asv' I I in Precision Graduates of the Technical High School receive two diplomas, one from Newton High School, and the other from the Technical High School. E Experimentation before success Turning the wheels of industry P+ ' 'U' c ' 4 v nf "" All work together 'J -at get .Wt - . Q to Guidance Power in small packages ini' s The Machine-Age Newton Technical High School also gives post- '7 qi-Q. graduate courses and operates the Adult-Education Dissection Ofacar pI'0g1 um. ,p.-l,,......- 199 I V1 Q La sa sa in-4 'Wulf' 'ww- nn: u ' ay. Q .f Mr 'K ,W X l I n K , .an if 1 '97 X 5 I -N-......... X 0 O Q , 0 0 0 ff! Jog f! on i Q 1 5 I 4 NX L!! K x Af' 'l f Nm J I XD W5-bee ACTIVITIES kyx J .. . , .4 . lib .. .1 t',.f.,',w.Wmii. .......i i' V w' 1 'J wi . ' w. fL'.fJ.i1'fY'Y'f i.'fY..'.i J i 'Mm it if ' . N :ml Wi. , n 'wi WIFW W ' -. . .. ' w , f. 'W W fm' . f, , --n , W g,f3..Li H 'i-'W ' ' , - Q. -"LH 1 ...fi .ww 1 W, ' A .' '. f, .. , , '1ir,,,,. mm It-.J j!,gf'Jiq,, 1" i . , ., .. ,wg 5-Wim, ,W , . ' . V'F'iwCy5i'w'x'wk'V,. f1ii.i.'.'. w.i."w . . . 1. 5. .wirf'iiJrlW W u- .. i.3q:pig,2w.i.q..g . . .1 .,i.. .1 ii..w......',.'-i Another day begins ' ., . ...,,i.u,,-.ri..fi.,.,..g3ti.. NEWTONIAN ADVERTISING STAFF Razz' If S. Rice, 1. Nadler, H. Gorney, I?1lifnr.' VI. Gould, N. Weinc'r, C. Lovell. Ron' J: R. Greenhood, R. Masters, II. Creem, R. Abramson, B. Olans. ,J a- ,,..,. ! --- A letter from the Editor NEWTONIAN CIRCULATION STAFF Ron' I.' B. Laken, J. Renker, j. Green, Edizorf Miss Sartori, Ad1'i.ror,' V. 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It is a record of all the school because it is made by all the school to be enjoyed by all the school. And it is a record which will last forever and preserve forever the spirit and the humour and the flavor of Newton High School. ' YA gs ..,.,-.an NIEWTONIAN ART AND LAYOUT STAFF Seulmlf A. Ullman, Iiflimrf C. Smith, A!.fi.ffdI1f Iidilor. Standing: L. Grilsslicltl. .I. lhlilllllllljl, -I. Borofsky, nl. Goguen, M. Harrison, M. 203 Wt'gnc'r, S. Evans. v""", Nm Is this picture printable? K 1 . - F . :- LITERARY STAFF Al. Steinberg, D. Clmirnlaogii, B. Wienbe-rg, D, Berman, D. Plmlllips, lfillluvg' Al. l:.llliSOll, D. Axclmil. -ev 5 NEWTONIAN PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Se11rvJ.' F. Cole, A.f.ri.rtant Iidilnr: H. Mann, Iidilof. Sfmzdifzgt B, Goldstein, D. Clliirnboga, L. Berk, P. Roberts, j. Green, C. Bartberger. 3 NEWTONIAN COPY STAFF Slafzrlirlgx C. Freeman, P. Rubin, B. Baker, A, Angoff, P. Rudnick, L. Berk, j. Rhincs, S. Srhienwalil, E. Shain, S. Glickman. Seated: C. Sucl- 204 halter, 1fi1'fInr. D ll' M' 'ilvljilyw . fy, 454 : M F' ,fi l 1 all .5 :JV mx I M Lf if .Q 1 lg, . ,N W fi Everybody loves Saturday night? ... , y Cb! ' ' F A g i in fx Do we all agree now? EWTO ITE STAFF Ron' I.' A. Schwartz, L. Lewis, Plotkin, W. Angoff, AI. Malone, L. Sultzherg, R. Shaffer, B. Rosenthal, J. Resnifk. Ron' 2: Mr. Nye, E. Cohen, K. Secuntlu, DI. Sclmeitler, N. MacDonald, J. Sutherlnntl, L. Kotzen. B. Gorman, G. Olken. Ron' 3: Goldstein, F. Yoffe, L. Berman, T. Segal, j. Cohen, C. Levi, T. Dangel. E LL D I T O R I A L STAFF Ron' I.' Miss Altieri, L. Knalff, VI. Spector, -I. Betstein, S. Lookner, D. Atlcock, I. Levins. Ron' 2: H. Lescovitz, J. Carey, J. Kingstlale, G. Levcnson, L. Corwin, B. Epstein, L. 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M... w ,W ,,,,....... ,,g.m..1 M YV' ' . fftwl. 77:11 ' 9? fi W1 - N-1 X 1 US.in1PRINT!qy115.1 viz:-1131 11:w1"'1t:1 AA X Us S Vx 5' 2' IVV' V5 "i 553117 211113 1 'fx 111.111 ST111. :ls z ' -M41 A 1 W 4913 ' 11'1111'. 1f 1111 -1- PT1:w-t:'g 'Tlqpmq ' 11" 'X N W 1 Pwr' 11 1111Z.1f:1.- 1 1-11.111111 .111 0 1 1 - .1 To thousands of junior high school pupils, the Orange Book is the first visible part of Newton High School. Filled with the spirit and information of N.H.S. the Orange Book isthe result of many hours of hard work. Editor: Sylvia Huberman Advisor: Miss Ashley 208 That's right, sirg not one sophomore lost this year! ORANGE BOOK D. Richmond, Arrirtant Edizorf S. Huberman, Edilorf S. Black, Burinerr Managerg T. Lavely, Arrirtunt Burinerr Manager. l Row I.' K. Senal, P. Zavod, S. Black, D. Richmond, S. Miss Leathers, D. Kantor, G. Marcus, R. Lenox, B. Huberman, T. Lavely, S. Gordon, A. Collins. Row 2: Brooks,H. Kowal, R. Abramson, j. Archer. Row I: Cohen, J. Abrahams, C. Olten, P. Deats. Row 2: J. Green, D. Phillips. LITER RY MAGAZINE Reflections, the school literary magazine, presents ghe liter- ary and artistic talents of Newton High School students. This magazine shows a very special side of our school: Reflections is the Art of Newton High. Advisor: Miss Leathers I iffy UM V Jil X - W1 ,fill ,W ,Q QW i x 611 Kp t jf., U WV . . but we hope you will continue the good work. REFLECTIONS Row I: N. Harmon, H. Morris, P. Rosenbaum, D. Axelrod, P. Santis. Row 2.' L. Schell, M. Milner, 1. Green, D. Phillips, J. Prince. X bx Xll,! wif X 0 ff, Z' V! fff XXUI NN Jul" X LRDAW' XXUI S V NH 0"f'i?Tn- " - fffIrHXXXx ffl UI If xsx I 1 X ,X S fl x XX NEw'roNxAN FLASHE5 rf P nl' UA!! nl' I 4 .A X X QW lf xx If f .. s ffllvisxx The largest club at N.H.S., the Music Club completed a highly successful program this year. Student concerts and visits by noted members of the musical world comprised the bulk of the monthly meet- ings. Under the supervision of Mr. Lasker, the Music Club in recent years has presented many famous persons, among them Richard Rogers and Toshiko. This year a modern jazz quartet led by Dizzy Sal, a protege of Dave Brubeck, appeared. President: Barbara Yeo Advisor: Mr. Laskar S. Huberman, Cbairmany M. Fay. MUSIC BDARD The Music Board, headed by Sylvia Huberman, was founded this year to study and evaluate school musical activi- ties. MUSIC CLUB Row I.' J. Reardon, E. Banner, A. Bennett, S. Kaswell J. Popper, L. Garber, P. Brenner, S. Shane E. Bonner M. Fineberg, N. Kaplan, S. Pekin, C. Downing, Ll Little, Mr. Lasker, B. Yeo, D. Lawson, P. Deats, R Nizel, S. Ehmann, R. Richmond, D. Parsons, D. Parsons L. Wesiman, J Maloof, M. Rice C Mar olis L. Gold- - s - 8 - stein, S. Sundbory. Row 2: J. Berezin, C. Robinson, L Marcus, R. Handler, S. Jacobs, S. Cotter, L. Kimball M Dahkin, N. Freedman, H. Kessler, J. Hunter, M. Tracey, B. Myers, B. Proctor, B. Frail, E. Shapiro, B. Magidson J. Borden, P. Goodman, M. Kopans, J. Cohen, J. Scott: A. Kahalas, P. Huberman, B. Epsrine, J. Trapp. Ron' 3 H. Greenberg, S. Delananty, N. Blake, N. Macalasteri, ,vu--...p.. rf'-' un-any R. Woodle, J. Wynne, P. Lasoff, M. Neiman, J. Berstein E. Totaro, F. Diamond, P. Endlar, S. Gibbs, J. Arenberg J. Hassell, J. Campbell, S. Tepper, T. Currens, H. Wilder M. Draper, N. Horovitz, N. Hewitt, J. Davidson, J Anderson. Ron' 4: S. Cullman, Il. Werman, H. Adelson G. Rubinstein, M. Angell, B. Bugbee, N. Carpenter, J Seeler, M. Fay, D. Garrey, J. Renker, N. Kuhns, J Emery, M. Monro, S. Kessell, B. Kraska, J. Colpak, P Humphrey, G. Eagerman. Ron' 5: A. Ober, C. Gilroy E. Salamoff, J. Nadler, C. Ulton, C. Walley, J. Falkson J. Sawyer, L. Berk, D. Robinson, D. Novack, A. Morris- son, S. Chansky, J. Merrill, J. Selig, M. Baker, J. Shapiro M. Rideout. Twice a week during D-block the basement of Building II resounds with the vibrance of the Vivaldi "Concerto Grosso" for strings or the rhythm of Aaron Copeland's "Rodeo". This is the N.H.S. Orchestra, performing under the capable baton of Mr. March. The students who comprise this orchestra, regardless of their individual ability, are all dedicated to learning of the world M of serious music and producing the best possible sounds. Those who have attended the various performances given by the orchestra r'r- this year will attest to their success in these goals. ST' ,,,,,,.......- ORCHESTR ARCHI G BA D WL Addelson, j. Baker, j. Bayncs, R. Blake, R. Blocker, H. Davis, P. Darla-ly, j. DeSanris, S. Draisen, j. Emery, E. Gesmer, S. Gibbs, j. Gilbern, C. Gilroy, P. Graceffa, P. Hamilton, j. Hassel, VU. Horn, J. Hubbard, J. Herley, N. jackson, B. Jacobson, R. johnson, M. Kay, P. Kerivan, Smith, B. Swanton, J. Swanton, B. Thurston, T. Tsutsumi T. Nasserman, L. Werman, 1. Young, S. Young. A. Lipofsky, S. Lief, R. Lockwood, J. Lucas, T. Mclntyre, j. Morrison, M. Neiman, j. Richardson, G. Robins, S. Roser, B. Ross, K. Schiebel, D. Sellick, B. Sellick, C. With the swirl of trumpets and the boom of drums, the marching band works diligent- ly during the football season to arouse school spirit and promote game attendance. W. Addclson, W. Balkan, J. Baynes, A. Bennett, P. Ben son, R. Blake, R. Blocker, L. Castle H. Davis, P. Deffely AI. DeSantis, S. Draisin, R. Egdall, ji Emery, J. Falkson, Gesmer, S. Gibbs, J. Gilbern, C. Gilroy, H. Gorney, P. Graceffa, P. Hamilton, j. Hassell, J. Hartbower, P. Her- man, W. Horn, j. Hubbard, N. jackson, B. Jacobson, R johnson, M. Kay, P. Kerivan, D. Lawson, A. Lipofsky, S. Lief, R. Lockwood, J. Lucas, M. Maguire, T. McIntyre A. Morrison, J. Morrison, M. Morrison, M. Neiman, 1. Richardson, S. Riemer, G. Robins, S. Roser, B. Ross, K. Scheibel, D. Selleck, R. Selleck, C. Smith, B. Siegel, J. Stoppelman, B. Swanton, j. Swanton, B. Thurson, T. Tsutsumi, T. Wasserman, L. Werman, E. Wyner, S. Wex- ler, R. Wood, J. Young, S. Young, P. Bowen, F. Silvae, R. Tischler. Grunge, -.. . ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,... .. .,..,.... Row I: E. Evans, H. Davis, S. Wexler, E. Wyner. Row 2: B. Blake, C. Gilroy, P. Graceffa, K. Schible, B. Pierson. The Concert Band had an excellent repertoire this year that ranged from pop- ular numbers to serious classical works. The high point of the year for the Concert Band was the com- bined concert held with Wellesley during May. CCNCERT AN ANC BA D This year the NHS Dance Band, under the capable direction of Mr. Godfrey, has completed a highly successful year. Fea- tured at a number of House assemblies, the hard-driv- ing dance band is a sterling example of the high quality of musicianship at Newton High School. Under the able direction of Miss Seaver, the A Cap- pella Choir has presented several thrilling musical programs. Handel's "Mes- siah" at Vespers, carols in the corridors, the Spring Musical, Gondoliers and the ambitious undertaking and presentation of Faure's "Requiem" with Wellesley High School were the ma- jor music events of the choir this year. A CAPPELLA CHOIR MIXED CHORU The Mixed Chorus is a credit course for both boys and girls who have a desire to sing and can carry a tune. The group learns show tunes, folk tunes, and more serious music. The emphasis of Mixed Chorus is not only on enjoyment, but also on improving the singing voice. Row 1.' J. Cannon, C. DiRusso E. Schneider, G. Berke, S. Crook, D. Reeves, E. Dangel, J. Maloof, L. Little, Miss Seaver, P. Humphrey, B. Rogers, S. Remley, H. Adelson, C. Alban, D. Chacran. Row 2: P. Bigelow, D. Gascon, E. Salamoff, B. Johnson, D. Fazio, E. Winston, D. Selleb, M. Fineberg, K. Tom, C. DiBenedetto, J. Campbell, K. Ferre, M. Rice, J. Garrey. Row 3: E. McCormack, T. Lavely, J. Sawyer, F. Davis, D. Robinson, J. Hann, B Walen, R. Rizza, S. Hern, E. Gordon, E. Prentice, C Owlick, D. Demerjian, V. Farina, C. Muther. Row 4. M. Rideout, R. Mather, P. McKenney, J. Lavely, P Arnold, M. Lee, B. Smith, S. Tepper, P. Wilson, R. Clin- ton, L. Green, P. Gath, M. Fay, M. Stone. Row 1: R. Johnson, D. Parsons, B. Wires, P. Salow, G. Rubinstein, A. Wallstrom, S. Turber, S. Dowson. Row 2: C. Howes, J. O'Connor, D. Huff, L. Robart, L. Regan, R. Richmond, S. Bliss, P. Huberman. Row 3: F. Davis, A. Huston, B. Rich, S. Sundborg, J. Thormann, J. Mac- kenzie, M. Dynes, M. Cappinger, N. Macalaster. Row 4. D. Gascon, E. Goldstein, K. Andersen, N. Horovitz, D Singer, S. King, J. Arenberg, G. Eagerman, D. Norcross L. Walsh. 4' Ron' I: I.. Kimball, M. Shaw, L. Layne, J. Caruso, R. Nizel, S. Shane, S. D'Amico, J. Fiumara, P. Wilson, A Miller, B, Crowe, C. McQuire, N. Lurensky, K. Roth- stein, J. Borden. Rau' 2: A. Villegas, C. Davidoff, S. Georgian, S. Sandman, C. Scales, N. Wise, L. Hern, S. Ja Cullman, J. Cohen, B. Kaye, B. Proctor, P. De Nucci, P. Hills, J. Mara, P. Bachrach, S. Kahrajs, P. Hopkins, E. Gesmer. Row 3: C. Neiscomb, C. Zeolla, M. Worcester, L. Ware, S. Kussell, 1. Emery, H. Wilder, S. Levine, M. Handley, J. Anderson, S. Lowry, N. Carpenter. Girls who enjoy singing and are interested in learn- ing about different types of music are welcomed to the Girls' Chorus. Twice a week this group meets to experiment with arrange- ments and style, very often just for fun, but occasional- ly in preparation for a per- formance. Girls' Chorus participated in Christmas Vespers this year, and also in the annual caroling pro- gram. GIRL ' C ORU l Let's go, people!! Um-pah ,.,.-v" Ra-ta-ra-Bong Gypsy seranade gi Two Celloisrs is it Chellists? Licorice Lullaby Separate checks, please. .....,Ns Q an LLfL 7--wang-indian-p --va-d--q.- Row I.' H. Kessler, C. Margolis, J. Maloof, M. Dobkin, R. Eiseman, E. Shapin, L. Garber, E. Gordon, G. Alshuler, B. Epstein, N. Kaplan, L. Goldstein, S. Sunbor. S. Pekin, E. Banner, S. Chansky, J. Copper, H. Pugatch, J. Badgers, E. Bonner, M. DiNapoli. Row 2: J. Saston, N. Kudish, L. Levine, M. Tatelman, D. Wiener, W. Albert, S. Greenblatt, J. Green, P. Kanter, J. Nadlet, D. DeMarco, X C. Alban, C. Cohen, P. Resnick, P. Salon, K. Stone, G. Levenson, A. Awycoen, M. Eglitis, D. Rote, M. Melvin. Row 3: C. Lyons, M. Corey, 1. Merrill, N. Macalaster, L. Little, B, Smith, D. Morgan, L. Hickey, J. Colpak, J. McCarthy, S. Ehmann, D. Derick, J. Anderson, C. Muther, B. DRAMA CLUB The Drama Club, formed to stimulate and sharpen interest in the theater, often has speakers on various as- pects of the Drama. High points of the year were the production of "Our Hearts were Young and Gay" and a trip to Emerson College. Both of these activities gave the club members a chance to increase their theatri- cal knowledge. Mitchell, 1. Gorrey. President: Richard Kanter Advisor: Miss Ryan As part of the Arts Commission, the Drama Board functions as an observatory committee. Its purpose is to find more activities in which a larger number of students may participate. P. Wells, D. Kanter, K. Ferre, Cbairmanf D. Mersky. DRAMA BOARD Row 1.' D. Bliss, R. Bernstein, V. Deitz, D. Cash, j. Angelone, A. Wilson. Row 2: A. Mitchell, R. Garret, C. Atwell, R. Goldstein, Mr. Chase. STAGE CREW While some people say "lt's what's up front that co'unts", the behind-the-scene activities of our stage crew go a long way in helping to achieve a successful production. They work the lighting, sound, scenery and curtain for all events taking place in the auditorium. Stage Manager: Marjorie Hilton Advisor: Mr. Chase Heap big Pow-wow How, Petite Chief g W fit, M Fineberg S Swartz N Blacher Chairmang S. Cohen. The Dance Board, under the direction of Nancy Blacher, is one of the many useful arms of the NHS Associates Council. Orchesis is creative expression through dance. N.H.S. members of this club learn to dance from lessons in technique and compo- sition given by Mrs. Fitzgerald. The projects of this club are an annual assembly for junior high school girls, a dance symposium at Dana Hall, and participation in the Spring Musical. Advisor: Mrs Fitzgerald A ' N. . si, . ' x Row I: J. Manning, C. Smith, Chairman, M. Harrison. Row 2.' R. Kaufman, J. Goguen. The purpose of the Art Board is to revive the arts at N.H.S. and to find talented students. A ma- jor activity during the year was the art exhibition presented in the commons rooms. Who at Newton High hasn't admired the effective posters and art exhibits created by the Art Studio? It is no wonder that Studio work is so outstanding, for its members are selected strictly on the basis of their talent. Studio is a relatively new course, but because it offers great opportunity for individual work, it will continue to function as an asset to Newton High. Advisor: Mr. Roberts RT BOARD Row I: C. DiRusso, M. Gerson, J. Manning, T. Chai- Roberts, Row 2.' C. Newcomb, J. Goguen, J. Borof kowski, R. Van Der Molen, A. Ullman, P. Santis, Mr. sky, M. Wegner. TUDIO F L f x X s ,- xx 'J 0 can .A X RS .. Vvvf I' CD U65 Q fi jk QI GF In 1954, Tigerama was created as a temporary organization until a permanent Newton Recreation Centre could be built. Since that time, however, Tigerama has become a popular and, it would seem, a permanent attraction at Newton High. Co-Chairmen: Mo Kenney, Arnie Zaff TIGER MA COMMITTEE RALLY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Rau I J. Arcuri, M. Worcester, P. Wilson, H. Peck S Lowry, D. Averbuck. Row 2: R. Urell, M. Beggs J Green, D. Terrio, B. Ziegel. RALLY CCDMMITTEE The Rally Committee sparks school teams im- measurably by its devoted campaigning for more school spirit. Chairman Martha Beggs Row I: R. Vandermolen, A. Pinces, B. Schlosberg, M. Whitney, A. Zaff, M. Kenney, M. Casselman, J. Moss, J. White. Row 2: B. Gorney, S. Eames, D. Averbuck, B. Boucher, R. Ferris, D. Derrick, S. King, L. Winebaum. Row 1: P. Eskot, J. Malone, S. Chipman, E. Shapiro, M. Doblan, S. Shane, C. Bracebury, K. Swain- son, D. Terrio, M. Fay, C. Lovell, P. Wilson, J. Mara, B. Kraska, P. Hills, M. Kirk, D. Averbuck, A. Kirk, J. Maloney, L. Garber, P. Salow, E. Bonner, M. Worcester, C. Zeolla, C. Woodland. Row 2: K. Rothstein, J. Scott, B. Robinson, R. Fiumara, C. Maguire, S. Billings, J. Fiumara, S. D'Amico, C. Gorgone, J. Kneeland, M. Whitney, N. Lurensky, M. Kopans, J. Cohen, P. DeSantis, D. DeMarco, J. Maloof, R. Richmond, D. Parsons, D. Parsons, D. Morgan, M. Tracey, E. Totaro, C. Jepsen, D. Rote, J. Dietz, B. Lindsmann, S. DiDomenico. Row 3: H. Peck, M. Eglitis, S. Kalnajs, M. Melvin, P. Hopkins, S. Hem, M. Rice, J. Hunter, L. Goldstein, N. Kaplan, P. Goodman, J. Borden, L. Marcus, L. Regan, P. Kanter, M. Segal, L. Sigel, B. Baum, J. Nadlcr, H. Kessler, N. Freedman, C. Scales, N. Fleming, J. Wynne, S. Bliss, M. Flowers, E. Pettit, N. Blake, S. Delananty. Row 4: A. Barry, H. Wilder, S. Levine, R. Schutter, L. Levine, N. Chesebro, S. Eames, B. Smith D. Kinsella, D. Lawson, J. Merrill, M. Corey, E. Banner, S. Pekin, A. Bennett, S. Cullman, J. Murtha, J. Mullen, S. Milne, J. Emery, M. Snow, S. Sundborg, D. Norcross, L. Hickey, L. Ware. Rau' 5: D. Cotting, B. Frail, E. Gesmer, M. Argell, D. Derick, S. Kissell, P. Deats, D. Ralby, B. Bugbee, J. Culpak, J. McCarthy, C. Muther, P. Huberman. 1 CHEERLEADERS, MAJORETTES, TIGER Front: B. Axt, Head Majorette. Back: C. McGuire, C. White, R. Fiumara, M. Worcester, J. Moore. Ili 41437' N Richard Kanter, Tiger Newton High's athletic teams would seem lost without the help of another team - our energetic cheering team. Where would the boys be without the spirit and encouragement of the Cheer- leaders, Majorettes, and Tiger? Their strong support at the games, and their constant efforts for school support, play an important part in Newton's suc- cess on the athletic field. Row 1.' E. Larkin, B. Kraska, M. Boyd, Head Cbeerleaderf P. Hills, L. MacDougall. Row 2: L. Wolbarst, J. Schofield, J. Mara, M. Kirk. Head Cheerleader: Marsha Boyd Head Majorette: Barbara Axt 225 FO f ,f Y' if ,ffi"7QWf" ,fl .,' L. .TG ,J--W., 'ig'-4 . ' w Q ' x !'X gi , N5 4 x '77, 'u P' W v Rf 'f 9 55 09 Cp 99+ ,NW LW? x x ff 542 4 Q G A VW -s-"Q" ,f P Lv-'Id kv v 14:11 r-"- - YL 1 x 'Q I , Q23-M, if 1 , , gi 3 makff' ull'ff4,fAr ww- :Z W' 1-ha 7 xx 1 Z!!! U! IX S Y K1 wi, Ns, fx .XS 4, .' 4 wmswa ss Pauulswiv an rms mmm X 1 . Q 4 H . 'L -M 0 9. .. ,1 ..4 :H ' ll JE S 'N S 'N S ..-N , ., 1 trails AMERICAN FIELD ERVICE Walk together . . . H Everybody loves Saturday night . .. STUDENT AFS COMMITTEE Y Rau' I: S. Draisin, C. Levi, G. Berlce, D. Monti, J. Schofield, M. Kruger. Ron' J. Smith, H. Morris, L. Lewis, Miss Sullivan, S. Cohen, ll. Greenberg, -I. Gilhern Row 3: M. Brenner, I. Levins, M. Kay, S. Hickey, C. Eggers, R. Kaufman, C Alban, P. Barry. Row 4.' L. Gesmer, B. Willizims, S. King, B. Bugbee, B. llam M. Lasserson, B. Mitchell, E. Havey. "Walk together, talk together, o ye peoples of the earthg then and only then shall ye have peace." Each year, in keeping with the above airs of A.F.S., one or two students from any of thirty-five different countries come to at- tend school at Newton High. In return, we send U.S. representatives to live in foreign homes during the summer. This year one of our students is in New Zealand for the latter half of her junior year. A.F.S. helps to sup- port these students by selling shares in world friendship. le: 'r ,, ' ' - , if is X Z' ,A- i I T A mmm fzqzg .,f'.f-,pvv-.3 N,, AFS goes to a grade school P.T.A. meeting. Row 1: Giilser Berke, Turkeyg Danilo Monte, Argentina. Rau' 2: Phil Barry, Student Chair- man of AFS: Mr. E. N. Dennard, Superintendent of Newton Schoolsg Mr. Ulinc, President of Newton P.T.A. Councils. ei 1 X NX , sex t X 1- I . ,ff A Barbie Swanton, N.H.S. junior, leaves for a seven month f f X visit to a New Zealand home. , ' " 1 ,f V ,V X, . N KT31 -ff ' X X , I , N tw o, K I T- ix! - af 1, ' e ff' f M o f ' Q , eff fl' 'I N , -Q -AW! i J' f' I Q:S.'.:.g6, Tdlgq'-,Z ' lf' Y 1' V I K xxQ NX. ' 4 f f f 1, rn -L ,4' Vik! 1 I fl, Mir' ZW .f , If 7-yi! '1 1 I jj an K fx' ,ff ' y, ' ' ,L ,:. s .ff fvl ' iffwiaf, -ffwi, firffzif stiff? ,,e4 fer' A f f-ff V - , , W fif - fyfiagg if A A fl "e ' Fixx ' ,f I K f I ' 47143 ,,,' f" f X X- ,f ' ' a " l ' i 'ff 'V L X I f ' ' - , - ff ,ff ' A I I ,fl . ht I JJ", -' ' Q e "QQ 4 Xf , f f ff A ' ' 7 'ffy 7, 'ff . so X X "big .ff f ,x gs X ,Z WN if I, .1 4 ll .h ' W X' 4 V ,ff f, ff., X K. ,X I ' f , ' -' ix l, df' ' f f 1, .' ' ww. 1.1 ' x ,1 41-ff. 4 e if i ff - X. W, 4 , ,f,,ff,, .I 'ff'f6, 7 , ' .52 ' W- 'f f ", '.ffx1'f,." M ff , 'K 1 ff' , ' ,I W is V i xidekif A it ll if ' f xSg XX 41-Wx V X rf. VV X lin X. , , 555- fl. .4 if' "t ffkf' X F' ,V 4? ll 'r sf. W, we . i ff f 15,1 Q2 I, I If N fy I Vryy V Yi lf ily ull . r. ,I - l I-, I, W, ,ff Y, YL" .: 'I ' 'A "7 l""5 1 tsQx:ta:2z.ei , g i K Q:gQ,,:iN 'ff x' I I A ,f" ff, ' M fr 'Q 2 will 1 . "M K 4 he A 5 .mm . . . Talk together . . . 5 Q S ll t I l s l gg. e Ns H A' If ,E The English. Club, organ- ized to promote interest and awareness of English and American literature, often conducts discussions and speaker-analyses, of literary pieces not usually discussed in the classroom. President: Martha Tepper Advisors: Mr. Sobol Mrs. Goldberg The International Club is an organization designed to allow students the opportunity of dis- cussing problems of an ever- changing world. These problems, having no real solution, are an- alyzed by the International Club from many viewpoints, thus pro- viding the students a chance to better understand the world sit- uation. President: Edith Cohen Advisors: Mr. Sutherland Mrs. Vfofford E GLISH LUB Y! Row 1: H. London, H. Morris, M. Daner, D. Bromberg, D. Berg, S. Bernheimer, M, Eglitis, S. Tepper. Row 2.' P. Goodman, S. Kalwajs, J. Bailen, P. Margolin, S. Glickman, M. Feldman, P. Rosenbaum, L. Gesmer. I TERNATIONAL CLUB Row 1: J. Salamoff, D. Berg, 1. Sperber, G. Berke, D. Axelrod, E. Cohen, P. Barry, L. Schell, S. Ehmann, S. Robinson, J. Gilbern, S. Hickey. Row 2: Mrs. WoHord, R. Kaplan, E. Richmond, F. Yolfe, S. Krebs, M. Oren, B. Ham, N. Fine, B. Mitchell, R. Kaufman, A. Kahalas, Mr. Sutherland. Row 3.' G. Schneider, B. Strauman, K. Wexler, A. Perlis, R. White, j. Cohen, R. Bernstein, I. Prensky, 1. Riskin, S. Salowi, R. Siegal, G. Cormier, G. Harper. FRENC LLIB -xxx it QL. -Q-an-no--J P. Margil, S. Schiller, M. Katz, J. Cohen, E. Salamoff, C. Yudin, L. Netzorg, F. Levine, M. Murray, P. Deats, D. Derick, R. Schultzer, S. Day, K. Rothstein, A. Lipman, L. Rosengard, H. Goodman, N. Boujicanian, J. Brown T. Chaikowski, C. Hill, S. LeVine, N. Lorensky, J. Taylor L. Rosenthal, B. Indursky, B. Chasen, J. Prince, H. Gor don, S. Bernheimer, A. Pinciss, C. Wolf, J. Merrill, S. King, S. Chipman, C. Fox, B. Hall, D. Friedman, R Knowles, J. Fine, S. Steinberg, J. Mehlsak, M. Segel, C Stienberg, J. Sperber, F. Yoffee, K. Secunda, A. Miller, J. Campbell, B. Slotnik, T. Gergerman, L. Werner, A Angoll, B. Baker, M. Corey, J. Berezin, S. Cohen, J Dalman, B. Robbins, D. From, B. Kelly, M. Manto, L. Segel, J. Mann, S. Hern, D. Weiss, J. Marshall, S. Quinn P. Wilson, H. Kessler, S. D'Amico, D. Singer, C. Hop: wood, J. llotlenberg, D. Magoon, S. Segel, L. Gerson, P Levenson, Gesmer, M, Drucker, J. Dulman, C. Dine R. Cooperstein, H. Greenberg, S. Draisin, T. Goldberg C. Levi, E. Kopans, B. Kaye, F. Bloom, C. Owlick, B Baum, M. Schweitzer, C. Salter, N. Goldberg, S. Bern- heimer, G. Sharif, E. Shafran, C. Gould, L. Caplan, B Rosenthal, A. Schwartz, N. Horovitz, G. Glicklick, P Arnold, S. Shane, J. Burakoff, F. Witty, P. Levenson, C Salvini, L. Walsh, J. Giles, J. Jacobson, D. Geltman, E Shine, R. Nizel, L. Intriligator, M. Rosen, C. Contod, B Albert, M. Tatelman, J. Loew, P. Saphire, J. Davidson D. Mogel, L. Mogel, N. Haffer, L. Arnold, B. Fields, E Klein, P. Endlar, E. Shapiro, F. Diamond, L. Berk, S Lapon, L. Saltzberg, J. Laus, B. Rosen, C. Bridge, L. Wolbarst, B. Rice, S. Goldstein, E. Wollock, J. Selbert L. Sigel, M. Fineberg, S. Everett, N. Finer, N. Josephson L. DuKatz, C. Smith, P. Hopkins, J. Donald, K. Tom J. Kneeland, L. Shapiro, P. Eskot, B. Pogatch, R. Green- hood, J. Moss, J. Goodman, J. Gale, L. Gutman, P. Levenson, J. Prince, J. Wittenberg, L. Carroll, B. Wein- berg, L. Weinstein, N. Wiener, M. Magid,'M. Wegher A. Hablow, A. Ullman, G. Sheer, J. Green, C, Smith, S Sheinwald, N. Myers, S. Wilson, M. Harrison, J. LaRue J. Rower, S. Mogel, L. Brauninger, M. Shapiro, R Levine, P. Salow, A. Kaplan, C. Scales, A. Kirk. LATIN CLUB Row I: Miss Jewett, L. Kirshner, S. Golden, R. Kaplan, N. Fisher, K. Secunda, J. Bailen, S. Black, C. Nadell, J. Feldman. Rott' 2: F. Yoffe, E. Cohen, B. Sachs, N. Fine, R. Hamilton, B. Chasen, L. Hern, A. Kahalas, L. Freedman. Rott' 3.' I. Prensky R. Cooperstein, M. Shapiro, J. Falkson, T. Segal, S. Freedman, L. Duchin, P. Muther, A. Shultz. This year the French Club proved to be so popular, that there has been an overflow of members. How was this problem solved? Instead of just one French Club, Newton High has three! Each section has its own meetings, but occasionally the entire organization assembles to compare notes. The large mem- bership shows that more students are anxious to acquaint them- selves more thoroughly with the customs and language of the French. President: Harvey Creem Advisor: Mr. Cornell "Quo usque abutere Catilina patienta nostra". Most members of the Latin Club are familiar with this opening line of Cicero's Catilinian Orations. Founded in 1945, the present Latin Club, under the leadership of Miss Jewett, has grown and developed into the large and active organi- zation of today. The club presents lectures, movies, and other activi- ties designed to quicken the students interest in the language and culture he is studying. President: Judith Bailen Advisor: Miss Jewett 231 Roi: I I Rhums W Lakin, B White, President, S Freedman, R Books, J Renker. Ron' J: j. Byron, B. Baker, A. Lipofsky, M. Charnes, C. Patton, E. Weinberg, M. Oven N. Cfuroliane. Rau' 3: Miss Pohmursky, Adz'i.r0r.' M. Slotnick, D. Devore, D. Andelman S. Xwalloflc, M. Cooper, C. Wrmlf, L. Sharzer. Row 4: T. Leavitt, I. Prensky, R. Amendola R. Knowles, P. Mother. RUSSIAN CLUB S ANISH CLUB Y. su.-' ik- in-2 Row 1: D. Andler, H. London, Treamrerf N. Ross, Vice Prexidentf K. Galner, Preiidentg M. Cohen, Secretaryg S. Rice. Row 2: G. Dockser, J. Borden, P. Goodman, P. Rubin, j. Colpak, M. Melvin, K. Keough. Row 31 J. Kaplan, R. Per1mutter,j. Kingsdale, B. Rifkin. if S Ill I Row I.' S. Goldberger, Trearurerq S. Shcinwalil, Recording Sccrvlary: M. Raisman, Prerizlentx W -n- Angoff, Vice Preriderzlg S. Greenblatt, Correrporzding Serrelary. Rmz' 2: M. Slornick, G. Angoff, A f K Kahalus, B. Rosenberg, B. Chasen, J. Oppcnhcim, M. Berger. Ron' 3: Mr. Prcnriss, D. Andelman D. Gilbert, B. Duffy, J. Falkson, W. Balkan, Miss Kharas. DEBATING CLUB HESS CLUB ,Qi .... in -I. Abrahams, R. Berk, S. Berman, Preridentf D. Chessman, Phillips, W. Pike, I. Prensky, P. Richmond, S. Savatsky, K. Cummings, J. Fine, J. Freedman, P. Gilman, J. Gor- S. Schcinwald, F. Silver, S. Sohn, T. Wasserman, L. don, .I. Green, G. Gcmmc, R. Kaufman, D. Kencles, A. Wilkcr. Kraft, R. Levine, j. Lewis, C. Masters, T. O'Leary, D. fly wtf ZW ,fi I I ,1 Z' 'Ly' 7 23 F . . , 1. x . A . 365 Z' . ,-Q ., X V 11 5? L G1 , . 1, Q ' -F WM, N . M., 4 hr , 'lx 7 1 his kikvma, .A.tw.. H- W'4"5-5-,,,... ' xx' ' X 3 NF' Z 1 MM .gn ,, A. . M ,X 5 v Rott' If B. Ross, J. Sperber, P. Margolin, M. Brenner, S. King, I.. Hortey, J. Rhines, L. Freeman, Mr. Botlman. Rau' 2: D. Sterling, C. Connells, D. Rote, K. Keogh, B. Hall, R. Hodess, R. Halperin, S. Grey. Run 3: D, Hamanoff, bl. Cohen, A. Pertis, D. Maltz, R. Katz. M. Rosendorff, B. Stroyman. HEMISTRY LUB The Biology Club is representative of the natural sciences and affords the club members information not avail- able to them in the classroom. This year its activities have included movies, guest speakers and field trips. President: Mark Brenner Advisor: Mr. Bodman 6 BIOLOGY LUB One of our most active and enthu- siastic clubs is the Chemistry Club. Students must pass a competitive examination to acquire membership. Because its members have a funda- mental knowledge in Chemistry and a basic scientific curiosity, they go beyond classroom work and work on independent projects. The Chemis- try Club provides added preparation for a most important held. President: joel Reingold Advisors: Mr. Hall, Mr. Rist "Till 3 Row J. Reingold, S. Carroll, L. Gesrner, M. Harrison, F. Kolbrick. Rau' 2: J. Hall, H. Kaye R. Wik, S. Osborne, Mr. Rist. R010 3: S. Savatsky, R. Pollack, B. Wtmlctatt, T. McNabb, P. Giles. Row I: A. Rosenberg, P. Feldman, R. Cohen, J. Forrest, E. Short. Rou' 2: R. White, S. Goldberger, Dr. Navez. PHYSICS CLUB The Physics Club, concerned with problems in the physical sciences not covered in the class- room, has many different types of meetings to promote the inter- est of its members. A movie on cosmic rays, experiments, and a speaker on electronic computers were a few of this year's activities. President: Steven Savatsky Advisors: Mr. Weller, Mr. Lent METEORO LOGY CLUB The Meteorology Club makes daily weather observations and forecasts from the roof of Building II. It is one group that doer do something about the weather. ,el President: Ralph Cohen Advisor: Dr. Navez Row I: L. Berman, C. Masters, D. Seigal, H. Goldberg, N. Saunders, Mr. Lent. Row 2: P. Grovner, R. Greenhood, M. Pearlman, G. Bender, L. Mist, I. Prensky. 237 Ron' I.' R. Lovell, C. Klisham, J. Myerson. Row 2: G. Cleveland, R. Greenhood. R DIO LUB In a forgotten nook of the Build- ing 2 basement, a group of students clusters about a black, rectangular instrument' covered with bakelite switches and knobs. Suddenly there comes a burst of static followed by a voice calling "W1VEX to W1- SCW, come in please." A boy speaks up: "This is WISCW to WIVEX, I read you loud and clear. Over." The Radio Club has started another day's shortwave broadcasting. President: M. Greenstein Advisor: Mr. Brawn L P H G A M M A TA U Alpha Gamma Tau provides the opportunity for students to further their interest in Mathematics. The club's activities include mathematical games, contests, and speakers. This year the members have made themselves available to other students for after-school help in Mathematics and many other students have profited by this graciousness. President: Marc Slotnik Advisor: Mr. Stephens f l - l Ron' I.' C. Masters, A. Morrison, D. Gascon, B. Bornstein, H. Newell, I. Grossman, D. Devore, A. Daniels, G. Cormier, R. Knowles, P. Muther, S. Savatsky, L. Sharzer, D. Homonoff. Row 2: B. Cahill, D. Lees, R. Kaufman, B. Sachs, H. Rosenthal, Treat- nref: B. Williams, Secretary' J. Green, Vice Preridentf M. Slotnick, Preridentg G. Robbins, P. Brenner, E. Prentice, J. Renker, D. Both- well, C. Lidman. Rou' 3: G. Angoff, H. Beal, J. Grahm, P. Rovner, R. Wik, A. Zelman, J. Oppenheim, S. Mitravich, N. Saunders, R. Bluestein, B. White, J. Selig. CAMERA LUB "All right, it's time for the shootout. Take your places, men. Ready, aim, tire . . and another scene is immortalized by the avid shut- terbugs of the N.H.S. Camera Club. This year has been an especially busy one for the club, with field trips to Sturbridge Village and the March Photography Contest. President: Paul Roberts Advisor: Mr. Shaw Ron' I: R. Promboin, P. Roberts, Preridentg C. Bartberger, Vice Preridentg R. Siegel, Secrerary-Treu.furer,' H. Hardy. Ron' 2: Mr. Shaw, D. Chiriboga, D. Shapiro, B. Gold- stein, B. Foster, M. Draper. Rozz' 3: M. Sberly, R. Mansheld, J. Young, B. Coburn, B. Hcrshman. MOTION PICTURE SOU D Flashing with chilling impact out of the Stygian darkness comes a beam of light as a Motion Picture Squad member sets the projector rolling. Operating under the supervision of Audio-Visual Aids Department Head Mr. Stephens, the squad handles ns- signments with the ease and skill that bespeaks long hours of training. President: Paul Kerivan Advisor: Mr. Stephens WN 1 P t . .rf 'T' Row I: Mr. Stephens. P. Kerivan, K. Clank. Row 2: E. Tractenberg, B. Kravitz. We, the Class o f l960,will CLASS W lLl. ro the lowly unclerclassmen the following: Soothing chimes as bells ' en the boys' and girls' gyms t partitions berwe Transparen ssemblies s for extra-long a i Building One Barcalounger ' fl ctorsj on top o A sun-deck Qco p Electronic-eye m lete with re e door openers king garage A five-story par ' ' ms ' rs in the girls ro0 Wall-to-wall mirro l , pink, ancl purple slips Banishrnent of all b ue bones for the band extra hour of sleep! 7 6 trom ' ll students f that 'od studies for a First pen ' will to you Two boys for every girl ' hall come true we the Senior Class ver very few of these wishes s h' h school memories. Since howe rises our fond ig all the f NWNXCJRX ES Psllli M, YV . , . X i m Km THREE YEARS T0 REMEMBER Item Sophomore junior Senior Time of Arrival 8:05 8: 15 8:24.59 Study Period Gaze at juniors Gaze at Seniors Go to sleep Girls' Fad Chemise Tights Raccoons 'Boys' Clothing Shirt, Sweater, pants Shirt, sweater, pants Shirt, sweater, pants College Choice Harvard U. of Colorado East Pondunk U. Book Orange Book Textbook Little black book Reverie Ah, to be a Senior Ah, to be a Senior! Ah, to be a Sophomore PDE GY U-HS M 423 Bexjond +1-,Q SQ 90,4 In f Love' he 'ftnqcr ,Z he gd, op Kook' K Q L30 fha NM' ll. 00be,L2nd me Your comb 'fe A6 Steffi, M A oonglow Au +4,, way 9,6 6 'her y JS- I '-r Od Ly Q Wonderful Wonderful saw Ae P Aa 060 ,hh Hb H. J' co Ye Ac ' 76 Lil git, it '95 Hope, "Q-, Pe Og ff 900 -HN K 5 0 of VGBQL e n MTA lobe 050 shag, Cavs bbcan A 36, 'Q I 3-15 09' War 5 . 0141 Y 'H' mIi+ cd Thai' an y 10 Tx ,ff way' d ,Yo 1005" V Q, Ek d "d2rg, View MTMN A I 50 I I .- ,---.eww-T, . ' - o 0' Ana mf flPm'i-iffiiiaf Pe mf 'Vu m""'Y-' lil Tiff: A ' T' , M D- 'P'-1 h 8:1005 'ff"S'j?' Hhbofwbv '7 6, ,au A N L :- - 1 'L U , CWA mu ' '50, Volare Kung, Lgvc -Thi Children? mardwlv el- Pfaq' Whfeg 5- J2- nlver Sandy Nl ICL4 y mouse 7,0 L9 J-' 3004 L e lov "'91h' be Cru I ove S SHT! E a"'qr EIU?-K A mm, 1- 1 yew, ro'-72? Chanf-ilk, Lace QP gf YoU X900 I omtif HQVK 6'-5 65, Q3 -I.. 9-I+ 0 'H Ther 1 nfl' 2 waf You SAT Aphl lov C Row I.' L. Walsh, L. Regan, C. Bradbury, B. Wires, D. Rote, C. DiBenedetto, S. Crook, L. Sigel, 1. Mehlsak, B. Perlmutter ' ' . J. Garrey, M. Johnson. Row 4: C. Eggers, B. Brinson, 1 , Wynne, J. Taylor, C. Muther, E. Harwood, E. Brecher, B Vice Prerzdentg B. Schlosberg, S. Erickson, S. Chitman, S Dowson. Ron' 2: P. Rudnick, C. Salvini, M. Paul, R. Rizza M. Melvin, C. jepsen, L. Hern, D. Parsons. Row 3: J. Smith, Rich. OUTI G CLUB Whether picnicking, skiing, splashing, or holding talent shows, the 70 members of the all-girl Outing Club always live up to their tradition of "Fun for all, and all for fun." This year's keynote attraction was the club's annual weekend visit to Peterboro, N. H. President: Wendy Greene Advisor: Miss Collins Qikym Q Vagas, ,NM ll ' 321570 X A it f O Q ru: 6924 me X P 4 'Elia gg? Xi l - fifff' ffl 'n' Ti Mill, Q i 'grx i fs' 25:55. iiief- -my A 49 'N ,Q 1 x "in s'o' A 'A X 76, V ? ae .1 :Z Qu IL, X .Y '.--' -ve, ,,,..----A et 1 "vw 'UI' - -" B' " 5011 f, k K X l vw 2 X Xi X Xb ff' " xv X 'X X, 0 My f If . , fl M251 ,Q .ep fr as A -- Since the formation of the Sailing Club at the beginning of this school year, a great many students have become members. The club provides instruction to its members by having discussions, guest speakers, and, in the spring, the best instruction: sailing. President: Steven Lewenburg Advisor: Mr. Jacobson SAILI G CLUB Ron' I.' M. Draper, A. jarrell, S. Sheinwald, S. Levine, A. Collins, E. Prentice, B. Slotnik, S. Chipman, A. Bennett, L. Marcus, L. Werman, S. Cohen, J. Garrey, L. Hem. Row 2: S. Anderson, D. Morgan, A. Kirk, j. Durbin, J. Schneider, S. Lewenberg, D. Seigal, j. Green, G. Marcus, L. Burke. B. Hopkins, E. Gilman, J. Merrill. Ron' 3: B. McCarthy, S. Greenbaum, M. Draper, J. Foster, A. Kraft, R. Stone, S. Liner, D. Phillips, L. Berman, C. Olton. Row 4: A. Barry, L. Willcer, T. Wasserman, D. VUiner, G. Gurry, R. Kravitz, D. Shapiro. FUTURE TEACHERS The Future Teachers of America is an organization for furthering the interest of high school students in teaching or youth guidance. During the year, talks are given to these students by teachers in the educational field. Other activities are field trips into elementary school classrooms. President: Joanne Accuri Advisor: Miss Hazard Row 1: D. Klayman, M. Tracy, D. Parsons, M. Carroll, J. Arcuri, Preridentg 1. Hunter, Treururerg B. Perlmutter, S. Chipman, G. Gilbert. Row 2.' Miss Hazard, B. Landry, F.'Precopio, J. Ginsberg, J. Campbell, K. Rothstein, 1. Shulman, j. Emery, B. Myers. Row 3: M. Snow, P. Slavin, J. McCarthy, E. Totaro, M. Tataro, N. Horovitz, L. Sigel, J. Mehlsak, H. Adelson. Xe e H Q JB qi f , I O- ag , P 1 , . ,fi l Row 1.' L. Kirshner, L. Kimball, S. Kaswell, E. Wollock, C. Kerble, E. Borrow, J. Scott, R. May 5 Row 2.' L. Walsh, R. Handler, J. Seeler, S. Gibbs, R. Perry, E. Precher, D. Paquin. The Caduceans, led by Mrs. Michelle, R.N., study nursing and various other careers in the field of health. They also explore the opportunities J and requirements in this career. Some of their activities include films, f' f'J guest speakers, hospital trips, and community service projects, They also attend Red Cross classes in First Aid and Home Nursing. President: Sandra Gibbs LJ Advisor: Mrs. Michelle 244 CADUCEANS JK. KIZU LKUDD LLJLINLIL The Red Cross Council plans and conducts all Newton High School's junior Red Cross activities. It organizes fund-raising drives, publicizes jr. Red Cross work, and inspects and screens articles produced for the jr. Red Cross by various departments in the school. President: Carol Sudhalter Advisor: Mrs. Spector Row I: M. Bernfelcl, N. Hewitt, S. Ehmann, K. Rothstein, A. Lipman, J. Garren, C. MaGuire, B. Myers, F. Hymans, D. Adler. Rau' 2: R. Perry, S. Kaswell, R. Handler, E. Klein, J. Swler, J. Byron, I. Fiumara, S. D'Amico, D. Falk, J. Spector. Rau' 3: R. Fiumara, J. Hoffer, T. Weisberg, N. Horo vitz, D. Derick, D. Singer, L. Intriligator, M. Treese. 5 T I ..l: fa if 'Q . sg 1 'll , 'p al 2 Ron' I: B. joselle, A. Vasquez, M. Whitney, C. Epstein, D. Andler, M. Carroll, S. Dawson, R Mastioianni, D. Reilly, B. Capello. Rau' 2: j. Arcuri, D. Parsons, D. Morgan, H. Peck, J. Maloof K. Manners, L. Chretien, N. Anderton. B. Schlasberg, R. Goran, A. Bennett, D. Parsons. Rout' 3. S. .Van Keuren, J. Spector, C. jepsen, D. Rote, L. Brauninger, D. Richmond, W. Greene, K. Tom L. Ware, B. Kraska, L. Werman, bl. Majer. Rau' 4: J. Thormann, L. Slatt, J. Shapiro, C. Muther K. Tower, A. Angoff, S. Hickey, L. Hickey, E. Harwood, P. Sisson, S. Delahanty. The Girls' Leader Corps is an organization formed to aid the Physical Education Department. Members of the Leader Corps take attendance in class, supervise the locker room, and are often called on to conduct the sports activities. The girls are chosen from volunteers who wish to develop their leadership as well as their athletic skills. MELFEADER CORPS IIIKX J Es... Row I: B. Gordon, J. Fiumara, S. D'Amico, R. Fiumara, C. Taitelbaum, S. Chipman, L. Ganber, L. Gerson, M. Whitney. Row 2: C. Eggers, S. King, J. Smith, R. Perry, P. DeSantis,6g. Hassell, B. Myers, C. DiBeneditto, L. Taylor. Row 3: J. Mass, J. Campbell, C. Bloom, S. Gold , C. Kerble, F. Hymans, A. Pinciss, L. Intriligator, P. Gath. STUDE T OFFICE SECRET RIES The library assistants are per- haps known best to students as decipherers of Dewey-decimals. Working on a rotating basis several periods a week, the as- sistants help to keep the library in order by taking care of books, bulletin boards, shelves, and mis- directed students. Advisor: Miss Sanbar 246 This year's staff once again as- sisted the regular office secretaries with Newton Highs administra- tive chores. They have also proved a guest aid in our com- mons room study halls. LIBR RY ASSISTANTS Row I: L. Comras, P. Lasolf, C. Muther, R. Perry, Miss Sanbar. Row 2: R. Kravitz, P. Livingston, B. Taylor. ADMINISTRATIVE AIDS EXECUTIVE BOARD Row 1: B. Merullo, Caplaing C. Arpino, Prefidenlg P. Fredette, Secretary: R. Blake, Captain. Rou' 2.' Mr. Hingston, Advixerg T. Cupo, Senior Ad1fi.rer,' B. Donahue, Captain. ... . 'K fi, 1 N -if-...SEM - Lf'-. .Ni .. 3' Row I: T. Cupo, R. Donahue, C. Arpino, R. Blake, R. E. Cox. Row 4: T. Holland, D. johnson, P. McLaughlin, Merullo, P. Ferdette. Row 2: Mr. I-Iingston, S. Fournier, K. Woodward, B. Cummings. Row 5: A. Brindly, E. A. Lucente, J. Lynch, W. Wentworth, V. Lipoma. Row Shean, F. Rosemund, J. Gardiner, W. Caterino, G. 3: S. Guerin, N. Lynch, N. Kohler, R. Burke, j. Hannon, Clemente. ID lf fa V Y . x f' tj B f .. 'T 3 . 1 b 2 .'-Sn ' T.: 'n, ' W V ' I O 1 K Q .4 11", "' z 1 ' 'I 5 J fa- W 7 .-.... A ' I -Q ""' . , --.M ,..i,- -Q V .gig-.ig Q -5-ggzbgierrf My ' sz jx 4 1111r Y. ' mb . A f - Q ? 1 PM rein'-h H , lm 'T , 'Wife '4 I -1 f 41 wk V ' 'T"'5 , 3 - Z TIA-fp rg f Af N K Q 2 4 2, , V 1' K I -'rr-"- Al A W ' ' 'T' 1" ,-- 9 R9 x I IQA . 4 7 X wx , Wi KX 5 Q. K 'X' K X Q K yX T1 NS 2 X ir X . ,L ' v +ea f ' 5.1. NA we if ,. r W Ah ,, gp.. is M .1 1 K ki R 5 s' i g S X 5 Qs, .Y 'F f X E S X 1 v , sw W CY ffm? f MN. k , . l. . .gy szfzialf' hxiiigv' . Nm. +C! if age' Q ,X x L! QW! ...L .X x 'Z 3amei1f1.3Il5lIlanus lc! cninu " A if, ,gggi ligdigt Qi NEWTON SAVINGS BANK OFFICI SKIVING YDUI IANKING NEEUS mwvou comm: nmrou mcmmos - no wmhangmn Su, ' 43 lv-win 5' . 70 w,,,,5,,, 5 :mn munr mwvou Cl Nu ' ' gm: S' ' V03 Umon Sl - IJJ C gp I Established 19 Years nsusn LAwN Mowgg senvlcs co. A DEca1-ur 2-0764 ELM ' WEST NEWTON and BORDER STREETS Y' 65" Q 6'-is If . . M gM,.s -:?".'1-.RM01.'l!Af'? W " " Complimemf of L J 133 HOWARD JOHNSON'S Landmark for Hungry American: A' ca- T". HIL , hi NM. ROUTE 128 and ROUTE 16 NEWTON LOWER FALLS 62 L I Sue Rice, our top money maker! Compliment: of '.,. M 6 O 1 HV ff i ' 1 3 Q' . H? POSTAR'S FURNITURE L "-+:gff, 3, me Antiques V M , ., 58 MARKET STREET I X X W 4 BRIGHTON, MASS. 1 gfm H5 , , " Cffcbc , aQ pf ' f- 54,220 L4Q6fQf0f vQZAL,4,41.,fx1Qw-nh n,,,, vcwdf-Q'-f ff 0,4045 QI WM ww ww 7Q0vr1g2fMQa1.L,fGZf waw. 74CQl,, ,g2.fU lla, MPM 'WM Q,ZM.z,z,, MQ ,QW Khan? - - fvL0,v-ef fm 5ufvvL4 C415 52W ADVEETISEMEN T5 Newton Iuhgh School and the Class of196'0 salute the Businessmen and Friends of the 1960 Newtonlan Adele 8: Bea, Inc. ...... . Alter Rexall Drugs , ....... , ..................A........... .... . Alvord Pharmacy ...........,.....,. American Superior Shoe Servi T. W. Anderson Co. ...,.., .,A... . Appolo's ...................,.,.., Atwood's Camera Shop ........,.. Atlantic Paper Box Co. .......,.. . Auburndale Cooperative Bank ce Company Berklee School of Music .,.....i..i. Bermar Teen Types ,.,.... John T. Burns Co. Community Fuel Co. .,,.,......, . Community Service Station W. 1. Connell Co. .,......,.......,. . Country Clothes ,...,..,.,. i,., ., Crowley's Ollice Supplies .,......,. Davidson 8: Wiggin Co., Inc. Eastman's Flowers ........i..,.,...,, Edward's of Auburndale .,..,..... Embassy Formal Shop ..,..,.....,..,.., Fisher Lawn Mower Service Co. Garber's Auto School .,....,....... Garden City Bowladrome ..,..,. Mayor Donald Gibbs ..,...... Gilchrist's Beauty Salon ...,. H. P. Hood 8: Sons ...,.., Hammond Furniture ..... Helen Cross Bakery ....,.. Hendricken Bros. .....,,.,. Hickox Secretarial School ...,... Highland Hardware ,..,.,. Home Beautiful .... ..... Home Specialties Co. . Huntmgs, Inc. .........., ,. .... Iota Phi Sorority ....l..,..,........ Howard Johnson's CRte. 1285 Howard johnson's CBoylston St.j ....... Kennedy's ..,..,................... Stanley Lyons and Sons .,....., Mandell s ...,.,..............,....... Masters and Merrill ...............,. Minneapolis - Honeywell ...., Midnite Food Shop ..,.,........... Newall Co. .....,.......,..,............. . New England Telephone 8: Telegraph Co News Tribune ..........,.............. Newton's, Inc. .... ,...l......... . Newton Centre Market .......l... Newton Highlands Auto Parts Newton Potters 8: Supply Co. . n T. O Toole 6: Sons ...,................. One-Stop Cleansers ............. joe Pessin Haberdashery ...,.... Polagruto's Shoe Repairing ..... Professional Page ,......... . ,..,.. Purdy Studio ..,........,.. Ralph's .,.............,.....,..,,,,. Robert's jenny Station ......., The Republic Co. ......,...., . Raytheon Co. ..,....... . Sandler of Boston ...,.,... Seltzer's Garden City ....... Sherwin-Williams Co. .... . South Pacific ,.,.,,...,..,. Star Market Co. , ........... , Stowe-Woodward Co. ........... . Suburban School For Secretaries Tux Shop .,..,,.....,.,.................,. Waban Hardware .............,....... Walnut Delicatessen ,................ Waltham Wallpaper 8: Paint Corp Whittemore's Mobil Service Richard White 8: Sons ....,.,,.... T. Frank Willey .,....,,,.....,....,.. HOWARD GORNEY Advermmg Edstor 5 NEW ENGLAND? FOREMOST PHOTOGRAPHERS E S S 3 ' E 5 367 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS S 'k OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1960 x01l01'0N0'N0S01'-0N71?10'L020N0N0'f-.9110127010N01f0N0N0'f0N0N026101'-0'0vvQ10N0'L0N0N0ff0x 253 17017l92?G026N04?'047616K0C0N0's0WN71040'6P'0'10'6N70P616x JOHN T. BURNS CO. THOMAS M. DILLON, Manager Modern Insurance for Home, Business and Individual NEWALI. COMPANY Wall and Floor Covering: 107 MOODY STREET, WALTHAM TW 4-1824 Compliment: of COUNTRY CLOTHES NEWTONVILLE DEcarur 2-1840 AT COOLIDGE CORNER, BROOKLINE 51 O- on ffs YOUNG OR OLD f -41 :- W' YOU NEVER OUTGROW Ar.--,f..f YOUR NEED FOR MILK NEWTON HIGHLANDS H, p, H999 3, SQNS AUTO PARTS 3 1170 WALNUT STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS 61, MASS. Al Ferreri Bus. Blgelow 4-7977 Prop. 4-4408 Quality Dairy Product: Since 1846 525 PLEASANT STREET WATERTOWN, MASS. WALTHAM WALLPAPER AND PAINT CORP. Serving the Newrons 8: Waltham Over 50 years 591 MAIN STREET TW 3-3732 Conzpliment: of A FRIEND WABAN HARDWARE 1641 BEACON ST., WABAN, MASS. HARDWARE - PAINTS - OILS Garden Supplies, Kitchenware, Household Sundries Tel. Blgelow 4-4566 HOWARD JOHNSON'S 1262 BOYLSTON STREET CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. Congratulations to the Class of 1960 BERMAR TEEN TYPES 71 UNION STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. X0N0"'0'H0'-0"010-'-010f101s0f0N0140'a9N7G0"01C0fs0f10'0N0f0K01'010'N0's0W'0M01G-0M0'20f1010F42 aaaraw-aeafonaafoweowaeaafafraeanacaxawfaneaeoweowaeowanaeaveafacowfawaeafowoeauaaw:S AMERICAN SUPERIOR SHOE SERVICE CO. . . . EXPERT SHOE REPAIR DAY AND EVENING COURSES 423 LEXINGTON ST., AUBURNDALE, MASS. 3 1. FRANK wlusv S cl 0 U L SQL Pbarmacixt ! AB Q, Telephone Blgelow 4-4266 B 32 LINCOLN STREET Se NEWTON HIGHLANDS 61, MASS. . Older! in Umteaf Stale: Fall Secretarial and Special Short C ourJe.r Individual Progress - Individual Attention Pupils Start Any Time S Prop' Graduate When Ready S 3 B""m ' Wheel Alignmen' ' T""e"'P 367 BOYLSTON ST. at ARLINGTON ST. 1087 BEACON STREET CO 7-5920 LA 7-9595 Tel. DE 2-6500 THE BARN" 'A' Exporter: of Fine Footwear 1005 BOYLSTON STREET 25 KEMPTON PLACE NEWTON HIGHLANDS, MASS. WEST NEWTON 65, MASS. HUNTlNG'S lncorporafed NEWTON POTTERS 81 23 BRIDGES AVENUE, NEWTONVILLE SUPPLY, INC. Warehouse 31 Court St. Complete In-Stock Supplier: of can I-A5611 7-3798 Modeling and Ceramie Clays, Glazes, Tools, Electric Kilns and Potters Wheels 1021 BOYLSTON STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS 61, MASS. DEcatur 2-8960 HIGHLAND HARDWARE Phone LA 7-0898 47 LINCOLN STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS X0161101100s0'f0110'0000000000000000000001700000006X 5 5 5 If 10 0fC0110"10"'0'10510240fL?l7l0'0 f1l0'1102'-710X-0t'0fL0P SEE A -E THE FUTURE Raytheon offers your 5 L -I! an -fff .L- navqgl 'ui ,gn I4 'spd Q r I W f . 4 '5 .x-I n.. ' 'uf-I I 5 i A Electronics . . . the fascinating field that creates tomorrow's marvels . . . is today's fastest-growing major industry! That's why Raytheon, New Eng- land's leading electronics company, always has wonderful growth opportunities for bright young men and women at many of its plants. Before de- ciding on a career, why not drop in at one of our employment odices and see how rewarding your future can be. Mr. George O'Brien at the Watertown employ- ment ofiice, 37 Galen Street, has further infor- mation. Excellence in Electronics RAYTHEON COMPANY Andover ' Bedford - Brighton - Burlington - Lowell Maynard - Needham - Newton - Newton Highlands North Dighton - Quincy - Waltham - Wayland Pawcatuck, Conn. - Springdale, Conn. - Lewiston, Me. Hooksett, N. H. - Manchester, N. H. - Newport, R. I. '01' 61' 1-7' .fir '0W' 401' Q-01' S '10'C02r0"101t-0N0'0'r0N0f012-0fL010'10'N0N?f0N-0'0'N6x Qt7G0G?2062'0M?S00K76N701?1?'Qf000204006f000'Q1?f0f?S70'?610ZX C ornplimentr of MASTERS AND MERRILL How Bright Young People Can Be Sure Of A Big Bright Future . . . The best way is by learning to .SA VE! Start a Savings Account NOW and let your money work for you! Every dollar you save will earn a safe, steady 3W'Zv quarterly Cthat's important - makes your bank account grow fasterj and you'll have money when you need it. We've heen helping people get ahead for 50 years! AUBURN DALE CO-OPERATIVE BANK 307 AUBURN STREET AUBURNDALE HOME SPECIALTIES COMPANY, INC. 335 WORCESTER TURNPIKE CRT. 95 NEWTON CENTRE 59, MASS. Tel. Blgelow 4-3900 JOHN M. WALKER, Prer. and Treat. Wedding Caker, Birthday and Party Caker Breadr and Roll: - Cookie: HELEN CROSS BAKERY 291 WALNUT STREET, NEWTONVILLE BI 4-9341 f I "SAME DAY" 1 CLEANERS I , Shirts - Dry Cleaning - Laundry - Fur Storage 980 BOYLSTON STREET NEWTON, MASS. WI-Il'l'TEMORE'S MOBIL SERVICE BEACON AND WALNUT STREETS LA 7-9607 formal wear Joe essin , C 97 05 el' Men'r Formal Attire - For Rent or For Sale Also Men'r Fine Furnirhingr FREE PARKING FA 3-3778 639 V. F. W. PKY., HANCOCK VILLAGE CHESTNUT HILL 67, MASS. EE0N01'0N0'H0"0If-0-G?L701WY?'0'0'k7N747026N7W1S0N?0N?051?f0101'7'0'1?0'6'0N?6x 257 f?i7WN747r01W110K?'?G?4?r7f00N0NJG0v6P'061'0l6P0N71?l0'0f6x ATWOOD'S CAMERA SHOP 21 PELHAM STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. THE WALNUT DELICATESSEN ojerr you The Finert in Quality The Bert in Pricer For your eating plearure 335 WALNUT STREET NEWTONVILLE, MASS. nAvmsoN a. wlGGlN co., mc. REALTORS MORTGAGES - INSURANCE s"""' 133 MEI, x 1 4. 889 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTONVILLE Next Door ro Pos: Office DE 2-6850-51 NEWTON REAL ESTATE CO. Charles W. Davidson Clarence E. Wiggin BI 4-7385 WI 6-4036 Diesel Fuel Injection Service Electric Power - Tool Service Automotive - Aircraft - Marine Supplies W. J. co. Phone DE 2-3630 210 NEEDHAM STREET NEWTON UPPER FALLS fBoston 645, Mass. Quality and Service SINCE 1934 EASTMAN'S FLOWERS AL EASTMAN Blgelow 4-6781 340-342 WALNUT STREET NEWTONVILLE, MASS. Good Luck to the Graduating Clan MAN DEl.l'S Two Stores for Men Serving the Newtons Newronville 0 Newton Centre For your formal function: Virit our Modern Rental Dept. At N ewtonoille Store x?W10'6'w?'010N011040fL0v'0G001W1l040'040G01010M00N0N0'10fW1L0f0K010N0N00'-0"0N0x E - 'q jfvV'f1fv'-Lxp1eV3leCfJ?fl'CQ!4f-lifQUQlJf""'kfUfQ' Mwfwawgigwnf WMMWKMMQ WM4 jfgfg' we R cW CKE W M - qpafw WMM fw-if 6 W f All Enl ed Soundproofed Dila C eiy rnized Certified Bowling Instructor on Pre S ' I OPEN 9:50 A.M. T0 12 MIDNIGHT kj Leagues Invited dfufc f 5 fcfg, One of the Most Beautiful Alleys in New England Telephone: Blgelow 4-4491 M411 Q ' 320 WASHINGTON STREET, NEWTON Diagonally Opposite Paramount Theatre SUM Q .- V SEQEWLADRO N7' 0'5510?G9'0G01'0'27'0'f01'0'C7"0"0'0i0'5790V 259 0V-010f'0V-040W-02401 X To Our Professional Leaders . . . We Give Many Thanks ROLAND M. BARRETTE, D.M.D. JOHN R. TRAVALINI, D.M.D 517 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTON 58, MASS. 430 LEXINGTON STREET AUBURNDALE, MASS. 2042 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE CSrar Market Buildingj AUBURNDALE 66, MASS. DR. STANTON L. BURGESS 81 WYMAN STREET WABAN 68, MASS. LA 7-0012 ATTY. WILLIAM E. HALLIDAY, JR. 1357 WASHINGTON STREET WEST NEWTON, MASS. DE 2-0896 PAUL S. RICH ATTORNEY AT LAW 392 CENTRE STREET NEWTON 58, MASS. J. E. BURKE, D.M.D. DAVID NEUSTADT, D.D.S. EDWARD V. CRONIN, D.M.D. FREDRICK WEINSTEIN, D.M.D DR. JUSTIN C. MOORE LEONARD S. FREEDMAN, D.D.S f0' 06200v00 10'0010P00fL0' 0'06 LA 11 7- 433 5 NEWTON CENTRE MARKET Se 9 9 HOME BEAUTIFUL 5 'A' Wallpaper - Paint 1241 CENTRE STREET Jerry Silverman NEWTQN CENTRE, MASS. 1144 BEACON STREET, NEWTON, MASS. Q 1 3 MIDNITE FOOD SHOP GILCHRIST S BEAUTY SALON Newlonvillek Quality Food Store Hair 5fY1iS'S 5 5 Open Until Midnigbf Extmordinaire Q Phone L A5611 7,9842 326 MOODY STREET, WALTHAM Q 5 Walk In Any Time - Or Call 719 WASHINGTON STREET 5 NEWTONVILLE, MASS. TW 59884 T. w. ANDERSON .IEWELER 5 , 1 !UA'T.flA" "w' S B e rkl e e EMM! 11111412 . ifW1fffQ E g . A 0191 P. :ea NEWBURY STREET . BOSTON no, MASS. mf- 'Af U , . JIQQ3-if f AUBURNDALE, MASS. BEST WISHES Y 55, FROM THE 4,5 I 1 E A S K0'G0110r'-0'v0f0'10'1l01L0'220H0401102'-72.712022016L7201E?'-0220P0N0N0v0N0f'-0f0N0N0N0fL01H0'40f26X 261 'S i3?1AE?i ALVORD PHARMACY GREATER BOSTON'S OUTSTANDING FOOD STORES 11 LARGE SUPERMARKETS o Watertown 0 Newtonville . 0 Wellesley 9 o Medford o Chestnut I-Ii 5 9 5 0 o o o ll o o Auburndale Mt. Auburn Brookline Stoneham Porter Square Norwood 3 1 Q 3 9 5 S Q Q 3 9 3 3 Q s Q Q 9 3 3 Q 3 Q oi 101'-022011-0' LASQ11 7-2774 R A L P H ' S Fnmout Name Sboer 1 114B BEACON STREET, NEWTON, MASS. F stron - msn ff I 'Q n POLAGRUTO'S SHOE-REPAIRING 1951-53 National Silver Cup Competition Blue Ribbon Winner 1267 WASHINGTON ST., W. NEWTON 65, MASS. LAsel1 7-7116 '0"'020N.0Y I formerly I HAHN DRUG STORE CARL H. and JOHN C. ALVORD Z 2- e f-13 E ,U 91 QC! 2.68 Z Q' Q2 3 5 Y 'Im 'ga S PU-1 gg R P171 N- C' rn ir: Em 5' 5271 7 U3 Phone Blgelow 4-0760 SOUTH PACIFIC Exotic Cbinefe Food A Gourmef: Delight 1152 BEACON STREET Q NEWTON, MASS. Phones DEcatur 2-1147 LAse1l 7-9611 OL 3-2890 LA 7-9401 COMMUNITY FUEL COMPANY Range and Fuel Oil: john 1. Fitzgerald 1 HARWOOD ROAD, E. NATICK, MASS. ALTER REXALL DRUGS L. H. ALTER, Reg. Ph. Prescriptionist Since 1919 880 WALNUT ST., NEWTON CENTRE 59, MASS. Tel. DE. 2-2363 First teqm in ivy and Contlnentalfcshtonsfor. U DERGRAD 'Ale scout the big trends, alert you to the latest fad items have them for '-01' 40' ' mg-u m U3-1 gg cn: ,EQQELF td 551225 Q55 s-ag O52-.'-I-2 lag-' 'uggrn l-.Q-qgm :leg 5202 ease 525 Z 32.133 een: 2.55 'gtg 42-5 922533 ess ,m X ,,. cj ...,. ee5g?f EQ Q ,yfhzifhxmk il Y 4 ...,,. f UD NX - 40' , S x0N0'1'-0'N0H0v'01G?10210'f10v2040'f02f-0'k7N0'10'0fL01L0110N0-20P0N?20'01'-0N0f0'f'-0N0N05'01l01W'N6x 3 3 ? f v 1 5 When you graduate it's wonderful to have a telephone job waiting for you. You'll love the friendly new people you meet. And you'll like the excellent salary, the regular increases, the opportunities for advancement and the many additional benefits that make working for the Telephone Company so attractive to so many young people. Telephone jobs are important ones. We have our own training program which you can enter without any previous Job experience. Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . before you graduate. Ask the Guidance Counselor at your school to tell you when and where to apply. NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE 84 TELEGRAPH COMPANY 263 C9N7l7f0N7407'790740N?5'57'-740X97905 '67'7'-05f?'65'7905Zs 6 , me ' IIWYQI CIIYII SMART FASHIONS 843 BEACON STREET NEWTON CENTRE 59, MASS. LAsell 7-7400 0' I7 gb S QC 9 Z N 3 FM Z n au 2 ff, Sr- Q 5-Q i"Qg. amuzw EQIQ U' fl: T335 igan ew'-fi"" 52. with I 1: C 1 us 117' 027'-7' f'0"0Y 538 WALNUT STREET NEWTONVILLE CA short block from your schoolj TH E IOTA PHI SORORITY Wishes the NEWS -TRIBUNE CLASS OF 1960 GOOD LUCK and SUCCESS S K0'G0Y-010'-0'0N0l101001Q0"01'0N0'W1400'0N0N01f0'G01200'G0N0'0fW10Y0'0'0N0f01G00'6X 264 0:0 20510V-0N0'4G?'04'0'f'0K17l0"-0'40"-01010N0"0P0' 62656 Congratulations and Bert Witbes MAYOR DONALD L. GIBBS DE 2-4102 ADELE 8. BEA, INC. Accenory Shop, Featuring unusual Handbag: 6 Glove: - jewelry -- Gift: Complimenfy gf 624 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE NEWTON CENTRE 5 A F R I E N D Complimentx of . RICHARD WHITE AND SONS, INC. ou A l I f r Newton? Color and Decorating' Center me sl-lsnwm wn.uAMs co. , " ' ' ' ' S 336 WALNUT STREET, NEWTONVILLE sf I ill We Deliver LA 7-7664 A0'Nn0tQ, EDWARDS OF AUBURNDALE 8a C In B. s. :nwtxnn co. or w. Newton so. 'mp ""e"'J of Thank the Class of 1960 A F R I E N D For their kind Patronage FOR THE PROM! Exclusive Summer Formals in Frosty White-Blue Shanrung-Bold Red-Tartan Paper Package: for Particular People Plaid-Silver Grey 6: Wine 4 ef E An.ANnc PAPER sox co. . -1 ' ' FORMAL SHOP 200 WASHINGTON STREET. CAMBRIDGE, MASS, BROOKLINE VILLAGE Tel. AS 7-1860 Mauowofw-0'0wfea1awwfw0ww0Qm:aea0:m:a0w::a0ea:a00sm0000000wK 265 '53'07'-?C7C95C9"05f7i0'597'?90'9'0'557l9' l9'5"?999'5 Bef! Wifbex F10 STOWE-WOODWARD, INC. 181 OAK STREET NEWTON UPPER FALLS NEENAH, WISCONSIN GRIFFIN GEORGIA 2 651 -010' 01'-01f0'x0v 0'5"-7' I-7 1016801 0102G-052961 01'-02'0?' 391202-0Y 0'X0P'0N0'V0N0'Y02'0N0W0+40N012?'0N0110"02f0v'?f740NJ40240N0C7G?6fr0N?'0P'0N0P'?G0010v'6X M O W E R 5 SELTZERS GARDEN CITY ECLIPSE - "World'J Bert Lawn Mowef' Established 19 Years Flower and Garden Service SERVICE CO. DEcatur 2-0764 ELM and BORDER STREETS WEST NEWTON Cor. Route 9 CHESTNUT HILL NEWTON, MASS. DEcatur 2-1152 Diamondx - Watcher - Silverware Iewelerf and Silverfmithf Watch Repair: -- Electronically Timed HENDRICKEN BROS. 5 45 LINCOLN STREET Q NEWTON HIGHLANDS LAsell 7-6661 fmt Right For that Special Occafion A Tux from the TUX SHOP 230 CALIFORNIA STREET Open Wed. 8: Fri. Evenings 7 p.m. no 9 p.m. Phone LA 7-0459 Compliment: of MINNEAPOLIS- HONEYWELL 151 NEEDHAM STREET 0 NEWTON HIGHLANDS Honeywell I glfec'I1TeuixbDOI5fp1wcu4iu3, x0N0'f0N0''-0"0b'-0i'?6N7H?'0G0147H?N?0P0'6N71J172?0K?01W'6M?'0'f016'f?01W10N0x 267 direct sales X personal service original layouts art service retouching composition mechanicals halftone and line negatives film and plate stripping O in plate making Q X ' offset printing folding complete bindery service delivery 9 IU t ' 1 'll , c o viii! 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