Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)

 - Class of 1961

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In this world we have spent three years of our lives, and now, as we venture into the Outer Space of the outside world, the 1961 Newtonian is our. record of an era in our lives and that of Newton High School. We have divided the yearbook into sections each of which describes a dif- ferent aspect of the world of Newton High School. These sections are entitled: Government, Division of Labor,'Arts, Sports, Social Structure, Literature, Philoso- phy, and Senior Citizens. We hope that the reader will use his imagination to fill in all the details of our analogy. There is a serious message to this yearbook. We have a civilization in the world of Newton -High School. This civilizaiton has reached great spiritual heights in the past. Its progress has been recognized by the outside world. Our civiliza- tion was enjoying its prime when it was split in two. We are still enjoying our prime. But let us never forget the words of Arnold Toynbee. He has said that civilization is "a movement and not a condition, a voyage and not a harbor." He has reminded us that all past civilizations have broken down. Let us not complacently assume that Newton High School is immune to the danger of breaking down - no civilization is. We must keep Newton High School from this danger, we must continue our voyage. This school year has been' a period of readjustment, a period during which we have learned to accept the idea of two high schools. We have done so with the help of responsible modern leaders. It is the hope of the 1961 Nawtdnian that Newton High School will always have responsible modern leaders and serious modern students. 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A -"U - 1:11-11--1 Cl? rin Mr. Abner H. Bailey The smiling face of Mr. Abner Bailey is well known at Newton High School. Whether he is teaching math or coaching the cross-country team, his systematic teach- ing method and jovial sense of humor C which can provide a gentle rib of any- thing from authors of math books to the workings of the school departmentb have won him the respect of students, parents, and faculty. DEDICATION The proprietor of the little two-chair barber shop around the corner doesn't owe his success to the fifty-two barbers who have worked for him and quit during the past ten years. Nor have transient educators built and maintained the tradition of Newton High School. Someone has said that experience is the best teacher. He should also have said that the best teacher is experienced. Teachers have come to Newton High School and left after a year or two. But they will not be remembered. The teachers who leave a permanent impression are those who stay for a while. ' I' It is fitting, therefore, that the Newtonian should express the gratitude of school and community to those teachers whose constancy of purpose has kept them at Newton High School for many years. It is these people who have made Newton High School the outstanding place of learning that it is. The teachers and administrators pictures on these four pages are those who have been at Newton High School for over twenty years. Many more pages would be necessary to recognize all those who have been here for five, ten, or fifteen years. The teachers pictured are: Mr. Abner H. Bailey .... ....... M atbenzatict Mr. Lamoine E. Boyle .... ...,........... E nglixb Mr. Charles E. Chase ........... ...... ....,. I nd nxtfial Arts Mr. Howard L. Ferguson ,...,. ........................... S ocial Studie: Mr. Francis J. Foster ....,.....,. ..... A damy Home Honxemaxter Mr. john C. Hall .......,....... .....,....,..................... S cience Mr. Frederick O. Holmes ...... ,............. S ocial Studies Mr. E. Victor Knapman ..... ....... M ecbanical Drawing Miss Anne L. Leathers ,...... ..........,.............. E nglisb Miss Helen B. Lee ............ ...,.... E nglixb Mr. Kenneth G. Packard ,,.... ....,.,.. La ngnage Mr. Charles W. Peterson ....,..... ,....,.. M atbenzaticr Miss Eleanor B. Richmond ,.... ................ S diem? Miss Edith M. Rideout ........... ...... R eading Clinic Mr. Andrew W. Steinhope ....... ........,......,.........,.... B miner: Miss Elsa W. Stone .........., ,... .........,................,..,....... B u mar Mr. Carl L. Swan ............,.. ....... B acon Home Houfenzatter Miss Ruth M. Twiss ............ ...... ............................,..... B n :ineu Mr. Daniel P. A. Willard .............,........,....,...,...,.................,...... Social Studiet To these men and women the 1961 Newtonian is dedicated, in the hope that many others may follow their example, and find the joy and work of their lives in educating youth. lex? B Mr. Lamoine E. Boyle The versatile, genial Mr. Lamoine Boyle not only excels in his ability to teach English, but also is an ideal leader. He has coached the Newton track teams to victory for many years. Inspiring both athlete and pupil alike, Mr. Boyle advocates success and enjoyment only through hard work, entailing self-discipline and practice. K Mr. Charles E. Chase Mr. Charles Chase is a teacher for whom no task is too great or too small. Mr. Chase has the rare capacity to do im- portant jobs in a quiet, efficient manner. For years he worked with the stage crew with a minimum of fanfare. Interested in civic as well as in school affairs, Mr. Chase is also active in Newton's annual United Fund Campaign. He is a good citizen KIM Mr. Howard L. Ferguson Throughout his years at Newton High School. Mr H Ferguson has been a prominent faculty member as c s an outstanding athletic coach. He has skillfully puidc' sf p 1 mores through world history. ln the process of dc f ,ir many fine ball players, Mr. Ferguson, as varsity baseba' c has won ten suburban league championships. and a sincere teacher. V - I ,i , Mr. Francis J. Foster Francis J. Foster is one of the key reasons for the success of the house plan. His friendly smile reveals his desire to know and guide the students of his house. His sincerity is proven by his undertaking to confer with each student personally. He is the kind of housemaster the doctor ordered. Mr. John C. Hall John Hall is a dynamic y y teacher. He stands for a "ii ' ' ' , vigorous course in chemis- ' try. He stands for the joy and maturing that come from healthy sport. But most important of all, he stands for a patriotic de- votion to the American way of life, a devotion with which he strives to . imbue his students. T739 Mr. Frederick O. Holmes Following graduation. the students of Mr. Fred- erick Holmes will thank him for the comprehen- sive, college-like nature of his teaching. A constant .' source of amazement to his ' .gg t students is his power to 1. t ,Q F . qi' quote extensive passages . f qe--.gf and reference material ' ii ' from memory. Not only one of the best history teachers, Mr. Holmes is al- so actiye in student gov- ernment affairs. His in- fluence is widely felt. 7 I li X ...IQ 1:1 ,Q 1-5 A ' ii. Mr. E. Victor Knapman Long after forgetting how to make isometric circles and oblique half-sec- tions. the students who took mechani- cal drawing will remember Mr. Knap- man. His classes are always enjoyable. They are spiced by his witty sarcasm and countless discussionsabout sports. Mr. Knapman's interest in sports ex- tends to the playing field, where he has coached football, basketball, .and baseball. Miss Anne L. Leathers The work of Miss Anne Leathers in preparing her students for their varied futures has become a legend at Newton High School. Her far-sighted guid- ance, "Be logical, concise, and precise," has rescued many a hopeless "Polonius', from circumlocution. Miss Eleanor B. Richmond Miss Eleanor Richmond is most noted for her remarkable orderliness and organization. Not only is her classroom always neat and in excellent condition, but also her lessons and lectures reflect much organization and preparation. Never too busy to help ti troubled student, Miss Richmond has made the fascinating world of biology come to life for countless Newton High School pupils. ' Q a x l 1 Mr. Carl L. Swan As Housemaster of Bacon House, Mr. Carl Swan moved from his build- ing supervisors office on the first floor of building three to the third floor. Today, under the familiar office sign, students and teachers seek Mr. Swan's ideas and advice. Here Mr. Swan gets to know over three hundred members of Bacon House, here he listens to and assists his students as individuals. 8 Miss Helen B. Lee Miss Helen B. Lee's judicious criti- cism has been helping students to understand literature for many years. Miss Lee always knows the time for humor and the time for seriousness. Her devotion to the written word has made her an important member of our English department. L Mr. Daniel P. A. Willard Mr. Daniel Willard is noted for his ability to keep promises, his great physical prowess, and his devotion to his students. He holds the world record for the fastest time from Grand Central Station to the United Nations lobby. He arrives at school at 6:30 every morning. At 2:45 he coaches rifle practice, or stays to finish more work. He will long be remembered for his conscientiousness. X 4, v i I 1 l V 1 i i l l l I l l 1 l I Tir l I i- l f l i l l l I l l ,. 9 l P I HI r 4 I li I 0 1 v 4 l Mr. Kenneth G. Packard Kenneth Packard is too modest to let you know that he is the builder of the German department of Newton High School. But no one who knows him has to be told of the patience and knowledge of human nature that make him a great educator, or of the per- sonality and sense of humor that make him un bomme rympathique. It is not an exaggeration to say, jeder, der ibn kemzt, liebt ibn. 5 .-.AVL i i 33- Mr. Charles W. Peterson Mr. Charles Peterson is an erudite math teacher with unusual ability to explain complex problems in simple terms. One of his outstanding qualities is his fine sense of humor. His hum- orous aphorisms remain unchanged from year to year and linger on in the memories of his students. His ability to aid students in their per- sonal problems symbolizes his friend- ship to all andmakes him worthy of this dedication. Z-.Q-A' Miss Ruth M. Twiss Miss Elsa W. Stone Miss Elsa Stone-the epitome of efficiency, individuality, and devotion to service. As a teacher and in later years Bursar, Miss Stone has displayed a unique willingness to serve beyond the call of her regular duties. Miss Stone will always be to students and teachers of Newton the image of a truly self-disciplined and stalwart individual. "K Miss Edith M. Rideout Miss Edith Rideout will long be re- membered nor only as an English teacher, but also as .1 valuable friend. For the last fourteen years. Miss Ride- out has been head of the Reading Clinic, where her help and interest in her pupils often reach far beyond solving their reading problems. Miss Rideout is also well-known for her preparation of the A.'!.:f:,'i.' .lIff:.'ff.", Sflld-1 Gffidr. used in high schools throughout the country. Miss Ruth Twiss-a name known by pupils, parents and publishers. Miss Twiss is a teachers teacher, a teacher of boundless energy and enthusiasm. She has given years of unswerving devotion to the young people of Newton, of cheerful helpfulness to new teachers, and of unflagging zeal for the betterment of the profession she loves. This is Miss Twiss: pride of her profession. 9 5, Vs . x5 ,,- ' Q A 'wr ' L 'f -, , 'Z -7.13,-f s'16'.-1 , ""'N42'?"' il ' fbi- ' ' . ' 1.. A' ' -75'fJf"'.' 's,f- Vq, 1" EV. .L72'f':-' B'--1 - af' 4 + If ,f' 'V' 1 J'f1'1'i K4 .,4 V. :f'eQA..3"' 'l f. V .wif ' . I I ' a - - Q , l . . 1 U . , . . ' A . Q n 5 ..,, i I u v 4, 1 . . , , i .A K,-H: '- . 'W Y'v-'CYX ." ' ' fifJ?wf1?5,r. .,-n ,,, mg-z 'flilf QV--2 -f ' ' ,'i,6:l'15:'P' . n:,'Z1?' ' . , "-' "V ". - iiflfi ' 2 t .f x Ml' iv L if I., ,. f' A' "' u ' . u I 4 . r v - Q E2 ' Q u ' 4 .1 A ' - . 1 . -, 'i i E -4 X n 5 , , - Q 1 ' 1 I ' . , 1 ' 1 ' 0 x f' ' , 0 Q- ..., . 1 ' ' 1 ' 0 U 1 4 , 0 X ' ' 1 ' o ' 1 N 1 . Q . ' I ' I, ' . 1 P , 1 , . 1 , . 1 0 1 ' 1 1 a 1 , 1 1 s Q ' ' K 1 1 I I 1 ' g 1 - o 1 ' 1 ' ' 4 Q v , . . I 1 o I I 1 ' 1 . 1 ' 1 . I l I I . l I 1 1 - I 0 1 A ' 0 . . . D O . . D O 1 , 1 I 1 . . 1 1 Q ' . o . ' 1 I ' I I . 1 1 1 1 , 4 . . . . I ' I ' I 1 0 . c . I . I , 1 1 . , . 1 , 1 1 1 l I . . 1 1 , 1 I I 1 1 1 1 f ' Q 1 C 1 ' ' 1 ' ' ' 1 , I 1 I . 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 ' , 0 1 n 1 ' O ' ' .I 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 s Q . ' 4 1 1 . 1 , 1 9 l . U I I ' 1 1 , 1 l 9 I 1 1 U ' I D 1 , 1 . I ' I I 1 . 1 1 e I ' ' ' 1 x . I I 1- , , . 0 1 1 . 1 ' ' 1 - 1 1 O ' . Q - U K . . 1 7- ' U I ' O -1 1 1 1 1 C ' r . - 1 ' C . 0 ' 1 1 , 1 , 1 O ' l . ' 1 1 " I . . I l , 1 I . . i 1 U I O - Q 1 . 1. l U . Q ' I 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 0 n , X 1 . 1 ' x 1 . . 1 . . go' 1 1 1 1 1 1 v ' , 1 1 , 1 1 , 0 ,Egg r . - . . . 1 , . u- Y 1 I . I 5 1 1 . 1 UC . I ' ' I . I lg . . : 0 I O . ' Q I I ' 1 , ' 1 . , 1 . U ' I Q . ' Q 1 Q I 1 1 ' ' ' u 1 1 . 1 1 1 I 7 . g 5 1 , 0 I 1 . 1 1 1 C Q . 1 1 ADMINISTRATION MR. RICHARD W. MECHEM Our new Chief executive, Mr. Mechem, has wasted no time establishing himself as a friend and leader. The Newtonian welcomes him to its pages with the knowledge that his candidness makes him well qualified to insure that the civilization he leads will be an intelligently directed voyage. 12 DR. CHARLES E. BROWN Superintendent L y . pl ' ,..-- H: ,K . v:..,'. fl"-.1,'4cI g: ' -Nl' flri ff Q' ii" T. ' ' A 4 - 1. , -Q i-Xlfee-2' ' 'r .e Y-. wx-.' 'v. . . , . Q, .Y ,. .,- . ,- , ,,g. in '-rf qs," M,-ga I. .N . MR. MICHAEL B. GRADONE AJmirJi.r!r.1tiz U f1.f,fi.ft.u:t fo flu' Prirzvipzf SCHOGL CCJMMITTEE ll l.l I Q 1 l ' 2 1 1,1 '. fb .gil ,K .iq v ,li ,Ui .ts R l lwgugzljiwlli s I ?rili,,1 f,' it , 4 ' I g I ,5.:wt' 5 if ,li Q I SEATED: Mr. Spencer F. Deming, Mr. Francis P. Frazier, Mrs. Genevieve R. Oncley, Dr. Charles Brown, Mayor Donald L. Gibbs, Mr. Haskell C. Freedman, Mrs. Grace Whitmore. STANDING: Mr. Manuel Beckwith, Mr. Edwin Hawkridge, Mr. Hugh M. Tomb, Mr. Raymond Cook. ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDANTS Dr. J. Bernard Everett, Mr. Raymond F. Cook, Dr. Edward Lndy, Mr. john E. Gilleland. 14 A V O IN RI , ,-.-A1f"w0 Miss Gianferante i" 3' FIRST ROW: Mark Peters, Pferidentp Beverly Smith, Sec- retaryg jay Lavely, Fin! Vice-Prefidentg SECOND ROW: Web Hull, Tf6dJlJf6f,' Gary Hawkins, Second Vice-Presidenl. Ir is p'-reiiriially ting ini, f senior titiss offifer' to Lltiss spirit iii .1 lf"i.z gif, '. body Hut riizs :,'f,'.1f. 'he fits' '.'.:' 21 split Llziss. tiit: officers Li' Na-'.'. ton High hurl also fo ef,f,rff:r.,1' their efforts with those 41' High to conjure up ei goin' er tliusiasm for the '.'ariot.s dass tivities. W'orl-ting with Miss Ciien ferante, who this year stinteefie Miss South as class tidvisor, :ini the elected Senior Class Cyirzxrzxz' tee, the officers handled the behind the-scenes aspects of the Senio Supper, dances, the winter err nival and the Prom and pushed th class through ri successful year. O F F I C E R S C O M M I T T E E S Dotsy Derick, Sally Everett, Peter McKenney. jay Lavely. Mark Peters, Richard Ferris, Roberta Hodess, Betty Josellex STANDING: Tom Pitts. Yfilliam Pike. Daniel Wood. 15 Mr. MacDonald l e S. Gratto, Secreturyf K. Smith, Preridentg B. Snyder, Vice Prexidentf K. Manners, Treasurer. SW . . 16 The major purpose of this year's junior Class, headed by the class corn- mittee and advised by Mr. Spencer MacDonald, was to build a social con- science, by planning and organizing several social service projects in which the members of the junior Class par- ticipated. A spirir of enthusiasm was certainly prevalent among the Jun- iorsgsince each of these projects met with a great degree of success. This was the Hrst Junior Class to under- take a major project other than the sponsorship of a class ring and a Jun- ior Prom. O F F I C E R S C O M M I T T E E The Sophomore Class of 1961 will be the first to complete three years at the "new" old Newton High School. Their main project this year has been to develop school spirit within their own class. The Sophomore Class Com- mittee feels that more publicity is needed to keep students informed about school activities. The Com- mittee is working on the idea of hav- ing a sophomore representative from each house to provide the rest of the class members with this information. O F F I C E R S C O M M I T T E E f ef' . fi f Afyaq ,.' ' Mr. Bresnahan Gly, +fs,,,,t M,---' 1 'fun t lv, i r. I . .-A-.. D. Peters, Vice PreJiz1'ent,' A. Kasabian, Secretary: D. Yeo, President,- C. Black, Treasurer. ' - , . Y K- A. Kasabian, Secretary: C. Black, Treafurerp D. Yeo, Pre.fident.' D. Peters, Vice Prefident. M. Oven. S. Feinstein. L. Kemelgor, A. Silber- berg, T. Mechem. 17 STUDENT ROW 1: Frances Witty, Karen Rothstein, Karen Secunda Secretary, Peter Sahlin, Presidentg Roy Reiss, Trearurerj Lynne Ware, Marsha Katz. ROW 2: Paul Muther, Neil Grossman, Milton Tatelman, Van Thompson, Bob Johnson, Mr. Lent. The Associates Council, like the rest of the school, has concerned itself with student apathy. Elected to represent student opinion and to formulate laws governing the student body, the Council feels that school spirit goes hand in hand with better publicity of activities. The Associates hope to enlighten students through newly formed Operation SIP, that is Student Interest and Participation Group. This organi- zation will be the basis for a revival of student awareness. OFFICERS: Peter McKenney, Vice Preridentp Peter Sahlin, Preridentg Karen Secunda, Secre- taryg Roy Reiss, Trearurer. 18 GGVERNMENT Edward Hootstein, john Bilezikian, Roy Reiss, Kenneth Galner, Scott Silliman, Karen Man nets, Nancy Fine, Karen Stone. This former anti-smoking committee has come a long way in expanding to its present scope. Now called the Central Civics Commission, this service arm of the Associates Council is concerned mainly with projects that benefit the School and the student body. For example, conducting school elections, ushering for school events, regulating student parking, and improving school grounds have all been main functions of the Central Civics Commission. The Commission, headed by john Bilezikian, con- sists of each house civics committee chairman, a junior representative from each house, the chairman of the Orange Shield, the vice-president of the Associates, and the faculty advisor, Mr. Gradone. With money floating around the halls of Newton High School, an organization was needed to oversee the expenditure of this vast nebulous sum. The Finance Com- mission aids clubs by determining how much money the student organizations are taking in, why they are making money, or why they are losing money. Our economic situation is so well under control that undoubtedly a member of the Newton High School Finance Commission will be asked to join the Harvard team in Washington. -ug, 'an Roy Reiss. Steve Hecht. Tom Cuniff, 77li,f,t'f!.'g, Alan Andler. 19 X Housemaster Foster HOUSE COUNCIL Andy Hyde, Kenny Smith Steve Roser Ann Pinciss Suzanne Healy, Carrie Hills, Carolyn Sylvester Sue Ferguson Betsy Daniels l CIVICS COMMITTEE Neil Grossman, Karen Manners, Scott Silliman, Daniel Kent. A spirited and friendly atmosphere existed in Adams House this year, and the students soon adapted themselves to the situation. The first major event of the year was a house assembly. Everyone screamed and clapped along with some music played by talented students and was amused by a skit presented by the faculty. All quietly agreed that none of the teachers would ever have to worry about careers in show business. Next on the agenda was a Holiday Party, which was a big success, even though it was planned entirely by students. The high note of the party was a ballroom dancing exhibition by the "old smoothies," Housemaster Foster and Mrs. Chartier. In january Adams House was entertained with Bacon by the always popular Navy Band. The cats were wild over the "cool" hot jazz, but some complained of the lack of cute sailors. Adams stands at the head of the list of house, not only because it is the only house whose name begins with an "A," but also because of the sincerity of those who lead ir: the unbeatable combination of Foster, Chartier, and Russo, Inc. - X ADAMS HOUSE , BACON HOUSE s ,s o' ' ' . . . . , o .- --- "' 0 . 1---Q Housemaster Swan Bacon House once again proved itself to be the best all-around house this year. The house must be praised for offering the use of its outstanding facilities to the rest of the school. Although there was a charge for admission to the auditorium at times, there was no minimum in the cafeteria, and all health programs in the gyms were given free of charge. A peaceful relationship was maintained with the Main Office. the Principal's Office, the Vice Principals Office, and the College Records Office, all of which are allowed to stay only if they are good. Besides helping the school, Bacon took part in many other worthwhile activities. Among these were the Holiday Party, at which Bacon students met Housemaster Swan, Mr. Mechem, and Mr. Gradoneg a performance by the fabulous Navy Band: and a decision rendered by the renowned NPITSP Committee. This group, try as it did to find traffic problems similar to those enjoyed by other houses, strongly supported Non- Participation In Traffic Squad Programs. With radical thinking like this, the other houses should watch Bacon House carefully. "Ty?F- I' Imp' V "5 'Xi K 4. l 4 E.-v FIRST ROXY: Margie Sullivan. Ken? Kopans. SECOND ROXY: Nancy Gres ,lane Maloof. B.1rb.rr.i Nlsttltevs. Anne CIVICS COMMITTEE ROXY: Mt. Swan. Den .Klan An Mr Jacobs Elise Klein, jerry Angoff, Fran Yoffe, Larry Wfilket, Peter Lynch. FOURTH RONY: David Brent. Ricixz 21 McKinnon. Sam Tower. Miss Finnern Nl H i HOUSE COL' ., ' 45,- V .,, 1 Il l- ., W K ...Z .A.5' 7' Housemaster Batchelder Barry Civics Committee ' Barry Houses second year of existence was even more exciting and enthusiastic than the first. The house spirit and morale was centered around the Barry "key to success," replicas of which were available to students. The first activity of the year was an X-block musical review, C.'d" by Housemaster Batchel- der. During the review, which was a smashing success, students were urged to buy keys. Barry House awarded an honor banner to the homeroom with the greatest percentage of students on the honor roll, thus encouraging good scholar- ship. Barry's social activities this year were centered around small group "coke" socials. At these parties, which were directed by Mr. Batchelder and the schools most active house council, Barry students had the opportunity to get to know each other well. The enthusiasm, comradeship, excitement, and spirit of cooperation that exemplify this house have led the whole school to realize that Barry is the best house in Newton High School. Your Key to Success Jane Meyers, Danny Goldstein, Neil Baker, Steven Lewis, Penny Eskot, Don Kurson, Mariellen Shevone, Mr. Batchelder. BARRY HOUSE COUNCIL ' ra: . ..a292v3M M. Bartak, J. Carmen, K. Kasarjian, S. Kanberg, J, Pannaggio, D. Rossman, S. Wongsburg, S. Wilkie, 1. Conquest, J. DeStefano, J. Draper, T. Howard, J. Lully, J. Manners, N., Rossen, M. Sullo, C. Antonellis, Treayurerg J. Brown, Sec- retary: D. Lawson, S. Lewis, J. Berstein, Preridentf M. Sheehan, Vice-President. BARRY HOUSE ,-f- , BEALS HOUSE V l A l BEALS HOUSE LEGISLATURE H. Gordon, Preridenlf P. Kotsifas, Vice Preiidentg J. Budd, Secretaryp P. Sheehan, Trearurerf A. Kahalas, Parliamentarianf j. All-tsnitie, B. Greenberg, E. Evans, P. Janis, W. Albert, R. Swartz, J. Russo, P. Sisson, P. Salow, L. Muther, J. Bilezikian, J. Jordan, B. Schlosberg. ,.., as lf . BEALS CIVICS COMMITTEE FIRST ROW: Barbara Slotnik, Alva Gilvan, Bonnie Schlosberg, Terry Mac- Laughlin, John Bilezikian. SECOND ROW: Judy Davidson, Toby Winston, Judy Gilbern, Charlotte Clifton, David Devore, Jeff McCone, Mr. Kesselheim. Housemaster Kesselheim Rising high above the Walnut Street plain, Kessel- heim's castle is an imposing structure of turrets and gables and delicate, wrought iron balconies. Guarded day and night by the little men in the orange arm-bands, the castle is practically impenetrable - unless you know the pass word. The key to the castle is the trite little word "spirit," not rah-rah spirit, but quiet enthusiarn - the kind of spirit that creates and is created by such projects as "The Suspension of Nuclear Armament?", the Ground Improvement Committee CG.I.C.D, and "The Beals House Story." The castle is constructed of several basic building blocks. The corner stone is Mr. A. Donn Kesselheim - a busy, serious administrator with some time and a smile for everyone. The foundation stones are of the Mrs. Boucher variety - warm, efficient, and full of answers. The active House Council is another important block in the castle. Led by Hiram Gordon. the Council has been a veritable debating society and greenhouse for brand new ideas. The Civics Committee. under John Bilizekian. and the Assembly Committee. under Paula Salow, pile up to make the walls reach the sky. The castle is completed by ten students and faculty of the house. for everybody from Demosthenes' hangout in 1-150 to Miss Ryans headquarters in 1320 is an essential building blmk of Beals House. F V I Ei ll . 1 I Q I l l i . I i l Housemaster Hawkes -" x..x 1 M ,l X 1 3 l i 1 I A i 1 Civics Committee: , Helen Greenberg, Nancy Fine, Karen Stone, Robert Johnson, Eileen Bass, Q Jeffrey Stone, John Kwitkor, Mrs. Ehmann. , l 7 House Council B. O'Connell, Preridentf B. Mark, Vice Preridentp C. Eggers, Secretary, C. Dibernedetto, Trearurery P. Resnick, B. johnson, N. Fine, F. Kobrick, i S, Erickson, R. May, J. Varuso, L. Gutman, J. Prince, R. Schutter, M. Dol- i bier, M. Laserson, S. Tepper, V. West, M. Katz, E. Pettit, L. Best, L. Kopans, B. Overholt, T. Weiskel. I Palmer House is a squirty water bubbler at the top of the stairs and Mrs. Margo- lin smiling over a paper-laden desk. It is Mrs. Leone straightening her rows and Mrs. Herzog or Mrs. LeClair saying, "Don't worry, we'll take care of your problem." It is a green nebbish on a white pin, Barbara Swanton swinging her pois, and a disorderly i meeting in a neat commons room. It is the home of the test tube with its NaCl and AgNO3 and the recording machine with its bonjouf and bomoir. It is the smile and winking eye of Mr. Hawkes. All this is Palmer House. Palmer House, under the dynamic leadership of Harold Hawkes, its Housemaster, has become the most enthusiastic and interesting house in Newton High Shcool. A i. i f vigorous House Council, led by President Bill O'Connell, has conducted Blitzkrieg attacks on student apathy and corrected many kinks in the kogs of Newton High. Led by President Nancy Fine and advisor Mrs. Ehmann, the Civics Committee has spon- sored, among other projecrs, a sparkling Christmas Party. Palmer House has certainly come a long way since the days of 2200 study hall and the Building two office. , X 3"?W"l .....r-...5 House Council: AT TABLE: Kenneth Cummings, Prefidentf Milton Tatelman, Vice Prefi- dent. SEATED: jerry Creem, Larry Bowen, Fred Davis, Nancy Ross, David Fox, Ginny Haglestein, Myron Cohen, Peter Wish, Lois Marchand. The reason that Riley House is known as Newton High School's most active and admired "sixth" is not the fine Riley faculty, the energetic Riley students, the noticea- ble Riley spirit, the Riley loyalty to the school, or the inferiority of the other houses, but actually a combination of all these factors. Such outstanding events as The Cora Riley Portrait Presentation Assembly, The Riley House Alumni Day, and the Riley House homeroom receptions could never have been accomplished without the excellent work of Miss johnson and her capable staff. The remarkable spirit of Riley House students produced the famous "Smiley Riley Day," the sale of Riley's leprechaun badges and those delicious "Golden Crumbles," and the impressive bulletin board and commons room displays. However, in a conducive environment of "every house for itself," the "Riley family" truly demonstrated its superiority by showing school loyalty. Unselfishly operating Newton High School's lost-and-found depart- ment certainly evemplified Riley's more mature attitude toward the house plan system. Always first and always ahead is Riley House,where growth is never measured by time, but by achievement. Civics Committee R. Wheeler, Chairman: R. Nathan, V. DelMastro, S. Jacobson, S. Kissell, B. Kemelgor, J. Hoops, B. Townsend, 1. Byron. 25 RILEY HOUSE fS gc, Hoixsemasrer Johnson .1 S-57a GEOGRAPHIC ESSAY f - ,,. wr :L JA' .. 'HH' .Q 4 1 x-qv! XM: 5 4 . 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This year a unique sys- tem of electronic teaching aids was installed, thus further adding to the variety of excellence to be found in this department. INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT The purpose of the Industrial Arts De- QW' partment is to train young men of high school age for careers in engineering and U1 industry. Industrial Arts students learn basic machine operations and manual crafts. Additional courses are offered in stage design, construction, and operation, these are primarily avocational in emphasis. Mr. Satlak, Mr. Chalmers, Mr. Mitchell, Miss Tvyiss, Mr. Steinhope, Mr. Wells, Miss Sattori, Miss Folley, Miss Altieri, Mr. Rossi. 30 GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT , P- SEATED: Miss Maclntyre, Mr. Mitchell, Mrs. Herzog. STANDING: Mr. Huchet, Mr. Grainger, Miss Finnerty, Mr. Clark. The primary purpose of the Guidance Department, under the supervision of Mr. Robert Mitchell, has not been to plan the student's future, but rather to help the stu- dent make his own decisions. 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NA ff ' 0 THE FACE CDF 'g'Sf3'iV ' n 'Q A sq-J 'L ,'w Y Nx 1 1 - 4 x -... V KN ix! . 1 31 if . ,ff W 57' Jw 9 f Z W A- .. f ' 1, M 51 Q?-., an .ni NEWTON HIGH JMS' Jw -u 4. . -Ah-. iw K ' 4 1 X 1 . ' f l,f K . Q ' 'Nl Mrs. Hardyg MISSING: Mrs. Guardia. V T DRIVER EDUCATION Ii,f1. , f DEPARTMENT ' The Driver Education Department has the awesome responsibility of setting young drivers on the "road to safety." Unfortun- ately, the "road to safety" is not always the fastest. Mr. Weist and his associates do their best to impress this upon their heavy- footed students. 4-ug.-sf, HOME ECCNCDMICS DEPARTMENT How many students realize that Home Economics is actually a science course? This science of the home offers study not only in the expected cooking and sewing areas, but also in house management, child care, 'fifst aid, and home nursing. An innovation this year in the cooking classes, one which is expected to end presently, is the baking done for faculty meetings and for house masters. It gives one a feeling of reverence to think that a faculty member might be partaking of the novice attempts of a future John of the Waldorf. Mr. Edward Weist, Mr. Frank Toscano. X LIBRARY DEPARTMENT Ifach day more than I use of the lflflflll liuulfs .4 1 :,f in the Nevuton High Straw.. l.i:.r rn Inf. new rootns have been 1ifl'lt,-fl rf, this year. Une is ii storage rmirfx fur html numbers of magazines in -.-.ltitii High students can mal-ze use at portant material available only in per. 1 cals. In the other room groups of sn. can talk and work together while sl .. is maintained in the rest of the librarju. The FIRST ROW: Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Abrahams, Mrs. Merrill. MISSING: Mrs. Trowbridge, Mrs. , , , , Turnbull. librarians estimate that Ne-.-.ton High After the fine begins to mount up, or a slip comes from the office, you decide to return The Many Lover of Alfred E. Neuman. You walk into the library, pay the fine, and think that the li- brarian will put the book back on the shelf for another hungry intellectual to devour the second you walk out. But you have just started a very complex process. First, the librarian picks up the book. Second, a library assistant eagerly takes it from her, gives it the once over, and scientifically hunts down its exact location. Third, after all this careful work, the library assistant asks the librarian where the book goes. The assistants, in addition to shelving books, also handle the library's mail and periodicals CResearch I, Newton Plan, junior yearl, and bring around those library slips which begin a process Qtoo complicated to describel which tabu- lates its results on white-colored cards. The library assistants are a great help to you in the library. because while they are doing chores for the librarian, she is free to help you in your work. 55 dents have bought over seven tht-gs,tn.' LIBRARY CLUB FIRST Debby C rosby ROW' : kowitz ROXY: 'liner Berstein. Fennv Ast.-:, Cher.: I..2fTfQ"k1fT. XY.issertn.in. SITOND ROXY Lia. Rslxftsfrt. Sat Lee XY'ern'i.in. Carolyn Iilson. N175 Aixfiififfi. THIRD Kenny Gleason. -Ichn Draper. Dick Whzte. Carl Eer- NEWTCN TECHNICAL MR. SXWITZER Director Y -f - 52 -.. .,. - 1y,jA,,jk,53.5 ,511 X- ' ,JW-"':S' - - .q . i 59 were v. Wa MR. BRAUN GZli6lld7ZC6 Counselor One of the lights suspended from the ceiling of the study hall sparked and flickered out The study hall teacher, a nervous person to say the least, was quite upset by the defective lamp, and, fearing an explosion, she decided to send to the Technical High School for help. "You run down to Mr, Braun and tell him to send an emergency crew up here before we are all blown to bits," she ordered White-Card Willie, who sits in the corner and talks. Off went Willie, and soon two angels from heaven in brown tool belts arrived on the scene. After a brief consultation, the two experts from Tech High removed two screws and revealed the involved mechanism of the light switch. One boy shrugged and gave a tug at a peculiar-looking wire, and another lamp went out. CThe nervous study hall teacher frowned.J The other boy shrugged too and yanked at a little blue wire next to the peculiar-looking one, and the last two lights went out. CThe study hall teacher growled perceptivelyj The two boys ran like Dick Carle. The truth was they knew nothing about electric wires ithey were from the print shopj, but they had hoped to recruit some girls in the study hall to join the Technical High School, which has everything in the world-except women. However, there are plenty of boys in Tech High who know something about elec- tricity. You see, just recently, in recognition of the changing business world, the Newton Technical High School reorganized its curriculum. The old courses were expanded to prox ide more efficient training in craftsmanship. New courses were introduced to fill new demands of the industrial world. For the more ambitious and qualified student, fidx inced post high school courses were set up. Plans are being made for more changes next year. Things are really being accomplished on the lower floors of Building II. HIGH SCHOCDL I4-1 STANDING: Mr. Cionti, Mr. Hale, Mr. Burnside, Mr. Hingston, Mr. Toscano. SEATED: Mr. Houle, Mr. Xllifl' Benson, Mr. Gilmore, Mr. Reppucci, Mr. Boulter, Mr. Mr. A. Penta, Mr. Switzer, Mr. Bmun. Mr. Dlohnsrone. Bl Somerville, Mr. N. Penta, Mr. Brouillerte, Mr. Gardner, Mr. DiPoli. if Qs ,x . LA" 'Line 1 1- Y-., ' Sn 5 .l Q Q. ' " ,' 1 Y . I want ro be 11 dentist. - fl - 1 My lmnrls .Ire rexlly sofrg l 115: l 4 1 W! X The answers. Soon I'l1 be rich. E A " 1 f Get all the dust, I say. I want 10,000 copies yesterday 1.,,5M.5r It c:an't be THAT BAD, can ir? No!!! I won't sir down. SP7 "".!!64f!f"'fu 'Y' .-"' 4 Well, now you can cull mc Lefty. l Batman and Robin. Now tlont tlmp it this timt Please move that table! Dr. ZlTlX',ZgOf This nin't Scrabble. I thought this was high school, not college. So much for Mr. Johnstone. How far should I go? That feels good. t l toot, But sir,.won't the monkey suffocate? IN MEMORIAM ' 'lm f fi WARREN M. SWITZER Director, Newton Technical High School - 1957-1961 Faculty Member, Newton Technical High School - 1934-1957 Quietly and modestly Warren Switzer, for four years, directed the ramified activities of the Newton Technical High School. But for all of the twenty-seven years of his connection with the school he influenced the quality and scope of its development. He set up and taught the general vocational division until it became absorbed into the Technical High School. He introduced the course in drafting, he promoted the creation of the integrated academic and technical course, or III-T, and of the cooperative course, in which especially competent students alternate a week of classroom instruction with one of paid employment. He was a pioneer in the formation, on the secondary school level, of a course in advanced technical education for which able students may enroll, either during their high school years or in the thirteenth and fourteenth post- graduate period. Because he was keenly aware of the nation-wide demand for tech- nicians, he introduced a summer school course in electronics, made additions to his faculty, and prepared a new catalogue to present the exceptional training offered by the Newton Technical High School. Such leadership rested on a firm foundation of diversified training and experience. Mr. Switzer had studied at Lowell Technical Institute, the General Electric School. Springfield College, Fitchburg Teachers' College, Boston University, and won a fellow- ship to the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Before coming to Newton he had been a shop foreman and a teacherg shortly after his coming here he became an in- structor of teacher and of foreman training for the State Department of Education, During World War II, for the War Manpower Commission, he coordinated classes at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern University and ten Greater Boston schools with the Watertown Arsenal. ' Yet, it is for his personality, even more than for his accomplishments. that Warren Switzer is honored and esteemed. Essentially he was considerate. friendly and devoted to his profession. His students recognized his understanding and his compe- tence, they responded with loyalty to the example he set them. His staff was en- couraged by his friendly personal regard and by his professional alertness to tech- nological advances to conceive and to test instructional innovations. His concentration. even during weeks of illness, upon plans for the future of the school was an inspiration. To each person with whom he came into contact, XVarren Switzer gave something of his own faith and courage. As an instructor and as an administrator he contributed markedly to the advance- ment and prestige of technical education on the secondary school level. But it is for his courtesy, loyalty, kindliness, and strength that he is respected and loved. 5.-,I SEATED: Mr. Malone, Miss Richmond, Dr. Navez, Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Booth. STANDING: Mr. Bodman, Mr. Silluzio, Mr. Lent, Mr. Fowler, Mr. Dorgan, Mr. Hall, Mr. Rist, Mr. Seltzer. CHEMISTRY CLUB "Mr. Hall," said the girl calmly, "I think we are going to set the building on fire." "Oh?" replied Mr. Hall. "You see," she continued, "we were in the other lab because we didn't want to annoy the rest of the club with the odor of hydrogen-sulhde, and we had this generator, and it started to back up, and there was sulfuric acid, and I couldn't get the win- dow open, and I, I put it on the AC.-DC. out- let, and it's going fssss, fssss, fssss . . Mr. Hall calmly arose, reached for a bottle of ammonium hydroxide, strode deliberately into the other lab, and poured the base over the outlet. The socket blew and the danger was over. As this story indicates, students in the Chemistry Club learn calmness and presence of mind in the face of dangerous chemical reactions. This year the club was divided into four groups, each of which did research and experiments on an assigned topic. The topics were: The Chemistry of Corn, The Chemistry of Sawdust, The Analysis of an Unknown Sample of Mineral, and the Physical Chemistry of Starch. All profited greatly from the oppor- tunity to do original experiments, and one group even attempted to distill moonshine. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT The Science Department has prepared and conducted several successful experiments this year. Noticing the success of the ever- expanding Newton Plan program in biology, the department correctly hypothesized that the same program would be fruitful in Chemistry. In a second experiment, highly talented students, advanced work in the physical sciences, and outstanding teaching were brought together, the resulting reac- tion produced the Physical Science Seminar Class. With the use of much new appartus, the Science Department has advanced in its study of the student and of teaching methods. FIRST ROW: J. Fagan, Marty Himmelfarb, Susan Carroll, janet Shapiro, Sandra Small, Arnold Daniels, joel Selig. SECOND ROW: Mr. Stuart Rist, dd1!i.f0f,' David Winer, Don Rossman, Ken Weinberg, Mr. Hall, advisor. X if rg --1-zfgggvl. 3 ""i' Q-rx- E, .V f. If tht: liussi ' 'lwilfl ee' iriotiri, there", no t.ifl for visitors from cor'nintinity L f :'. -r a with eager young mines. The tnih predicts great things for the club sure. But isn't that half the fun! sua 3-mv w- , .W FIRST ROW: Paul de Rennis, Philip Gilman, trearurerf Leslie J. Brown, preridentf Jerrold N. Oppenheim, vice-preridentg Daniel O'Brien. SECOND ROW: Bernard Mathaisel, David Devore, julian Goodrich, David Brent, Ted Henry, Mr. Barndt, adzfiror. ROW 1: Gail Pitchel, Dana Freedman, Sue Haviland, Robin Kaufman, Betty Murray, Jane Jordan, Dianne Shnider, Stephanie Witten, Marylynne Blaustein. ROW 2: jerry Parker, Bruce Gregory, Jerry Palmer, treaurerf Richard Crosby, Bill Pike, Teddy Wasserman, David Winer, Neil Baker, Mr. Lederer. ROW 3: Dan Kahalas, vice prerirzlentq Ken Cummins, jeff Freedman, Daniel Chess- man, Richard Mansfield, president: Mi- chael Finn, Steve Berman, Robert Gil- man. if' i CHESS CLUB The keynote of the club this year was informality. The first, second, and third Thursdays of every month were ruthlessly eliminated as the club wildly chose any day of the week for its savage mental encounters. At these meet- ings the ten best boards were casually selected to com- prise the Chess Team, which reluctantly agreed to compete regularly on Fridays, Although there was some grnziibiizte about the evils of conformity. As .1 parting IlTC"Ql'f, if ns worth noting that this club stuck to its indivieltgghszic ways by rescheduling meetings rather than cancelling them. a PHYSICS CLUB Club exists. XX'itli fifteen izieiulwr one girllf this smli.-..irt ern-pp en It share their knowledge of the science I I 4 future. just what great things l.e s r METEOROLOGY CLUB .I dx X . 1 . Plagued by low-pressure systems, the Mete- orology Club has, nevertheless, continued to fearlessly predict the local weather, and with a surprising 3 G 90 degree of accuracy. Not only does this club talk LZ, about the weather, but in the near future it plans to do something about it. With new equipment, which is being built, it hopes to observe the sun consistently, and possibly to' investigate the effect of sun spots on the earth's weather. FIRST ROW: Dr. Navez, Corinne Siden, Malcolm Mor- rison. SECOND ROW: Richard White, Daniel Chessman. RADIO CLUB The hams have banded together: that is, the ham radio operators. CFor a more complete listing of hams see Drama Club, etc.J The organization is formally called the Radio Club. It is more than the name implies, however. Its members take a serious interest in the complexities of all phases of electronics. Headed by faculty member Orrin Braunn, the club maintains an amateur radio station and conducts technical discussions concerning all areas of the electronics field. These students are more than hams. 44 .,.. vl arf- it suffix Y I I l SEATED: Mrs. Ford, Miss Small, Mr. Ferguson, Miss Creehan, Mrs. Carpenter. STAND- ING: Mr. Bailey, Mr. Peterson, Mr. Bowman, Mr. Stephens, Mr. Jacobson, Mr. Barndt, Mr. Shapiro. ALPHA GAMMA TAU The most outstanding achievement of the Math Club this year, excluding its always exciting elec- tions, was its lecture course on the slide rule. This course, compiled and taught by students, covers the history and the logarithmic theory of the slide rule, and the use of the rule in performing the simple operations, that is, multiplication, division, and combinations of the two, reciprocals, proportion, squares and square roots, cubes and cube roots, and gauge point and inverted slide operations. Newton Plan projection material was used, and a special transparent slide rule enabled the group of students to watch on the screen the operations performed by the lecturer. After the series was over, the club evaluated the course and revised it for use next year, in the hope that it would become a standard Math Club project. The course is designed for students of math, chemistry, and physics. FIRST ROW: Mark Lothrop, joel Selig, Donald Kurson. SEC- OND ROW: Steve Sonis, Sidney Wax, Matrin XVolfson, Sveta Mitrovich. THIRD ROW: Don Rosman, Bruce Kemelgor. David Devore. ,,,, ,,,, MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Officials preflicr rli.if i' '.- f- New lfree Library several years 'o ft -. rt- lui Decimal System. 'lihe ii.oflerrii1r1i, . school mathematics program., vl.o.gi. z. ' . com licatecl is also a 'fratlual rocess Q'M'i-.QV i is saw Newton High School well on its v.'aj.L and Mr. Ferguson hopes that next year all Carr: Ium I courses will be taught from irioflern 't books. Students taking UICSM math lime 'ai fun laughing at Dick Zilch and Zahr.inehb.,rg liz." School, but they ancl those in the SMS pr.: agree that they have greatly profited from f?.e rr.. modern approach to mathematics offered Tu theft. Although there are not enough textboolzs tt, e any Curriculum II over to the modern .ipproaeh ne:-: year, teachers will constantly be bringing new :tie into the classroom, In the meantime. the ,e purchase of textbooks and the training of te-.ici will continue. The goals of the tlep.irtn:en: a clear, fulfillment is coming soon 1 t I gs-Q-v i i i I I-,.. it-0 w ,AX rg H I 1 SEATED: Miss Jewett, Mrs. Neufeld, Miss Waters, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Titcomb. STANDING: Mr. Bresnahan, Mrs. Hogan, Mr. Gaudet, Miss Cox, Mr. Allen, Mr. Packard, Mr. DeFelix, Mr. Davis, Mr. Ethier. MISSING: Mr. Elliot. FRENCH CLUB Amidst croissant and champagne Qginger ale in champagne bottlesj, the Cercle Fran- cais has had a very intoxicating year. A revolu- tion took place at the first meeting when jeff Prince, president, and Mr. Norman Gau- det, advisor, tried to conduct the whole meet- ing in French. Although the accent was some- times on the wrong syllable, the members felt that the change gave more purpose to the club. Later in the year the Associates Council was baffled when presented with a constitu- tion entirely in Fernch which had to be rati- fied. Included among the activities of the club were a "Trip to Paris," dinner at a local French restaurant, and a "Visit with Maurice Cheva- lier." A drama festival was held in January that included three hilarious French skits. The Cercle Francais is a little bit of France - that is, Gaullic laughter and French culture - transported to Newton High School. fl ------ LANGUAGE S fl DEPARTMENT Innovations in the foreign language de- parement include courses in Russian, third and fourth year courses in German, and the language lab, an electronic classroom where students work individually with tape record- ers. The purpose of the language lab is to help students -'develop their ability to speak the language they are learning in class. Students are given oral assignments which they complete during study periods at the lab. This year the department has been work- ing on plans for more advanced courses on the high school level. These courses will be designed for students who have begun the study of a foreign language in elementary school or in the seventh or eighth grade. New- ton students cannot complain that they have little to choose from in the way of languages, they are offered French, Latin, Spanish, Ger- man, and Russian. H55 - Q W -uf. FIRST ROW: Pat Deats, Sue Chipman, Liz Gutman, Sue Bernheimer, Secretaryg Jeff Prince, President, Bob Johnson, Vice-Prexidentf Karen Stone, Beverly Coagan, Joan Thorman, Bar- bara Ross. SECOND ROW: Janet Merrill, .Paula Salow, Karen Rothstein, janet Shapiro, Cinny Borden, Barbara Slotnik. THIRD ROW: Andy Hyde, Joel Rosenthal, Ken Drucker, jerry Creem, Peter Lynch, Bob Berkeheimer, Milton Tatelman. 46 ul? I X FIRST ROW: Barbara DeSantis, Marji Fox, jill Colpak, Martha Green. SECOND ROW: Mr. deFelix, Kenneth Galner, Peter Lynch, Robert johnson, Bill Meissner. RUSSIAN CLUB Zdravstveetye, said Boris to Natasha. Is time for a Russian Club meeting, and off the two com- rades went. Exciting meetings they were this year, for the Russian Club has been.very busy. First, arrangements had to be made for the purchase of a silver tea set for newlywed club advisor, Mrs. Linton-Smith. Then there was the program for the P. T. S. A., and a second program to present to the Junior High Schools in the hope of getting empty young teen-agers interested in filling their lives with Slavic history, culture, and language. Sometimes President Judy Blevis allowed her comrades to take a moment's relaxation by arranging meetings with speakers and slides of Russia. Dedi- cated to the proposition that you have to know them to beat them, this year's Russian club has brought us just that much closer to winning the cold war. -. ,. L ve, 2' 31 dc. C Ive' ff - .cs T .imit- faeaawii ,Z-'fl I,eI SPANISH CLUB 'l'he secret pass word 'i'l'?ie rain in Span. falls mainly on tht- plain ,f is spoke-ri in 11 hushed whisper, and rlif- gj,'t,s:.' ggirds ie' law. in the room where "f.ariiien l'oz ff,:.'l Swan- . . . , , 4 I ish Club meetings l,nless :Nfl atm-rf: . '. , won't untlerstantl wliafs going on bother to learn the passworfl. ISI: - knowledge of lion Juzirrs torigpfg. yu. amazing sights: twc-nrj,' or thirty seleatf.-ff s' of Iberian culture sitting in fascinzvion v.,r'f.?... film or a speaker or ti live play -- all :n ':. second tongue Although the Spanish Club decided to nance, its annual Christmas party this year. it has been one of the most active clubs in the school l's activities have ranged from making its nev: zidvisor. Mr. DeFelix, feel at home to discovering w?.j,' 'ite rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain. 'Something to do with air currcnts and mountain chains 1 Past President Kenny Galner summed up the jvc-ar's activities in one word: "Olef" ,- .ft . a A v . . - ff - - ' N-H .H- " , ' "' 4' " a. 4. NY-. xr - . . ' ' , . r "" my - ' 1 ' . -7 -M " vi- t4 - 1'-f' -4 . ' 'X '. , .,. , .nr 4- . ,- . is ,- 4 V- -s ,cc .- - - Q. V, - ,- - W .-qu' " 1 ... - - 4. ..-A... - 1.. .. -3- Y - -A -4 - . - -wg: A "" FIRST ROW: Barbara Sachs. Diane Hunter, David Devore. ,ludy Bleiler. Mrs. Lint n-Smith, Steve Wallach, Adele Lipofsky, Carol Banquet, Nancy Caroline. SECOND ROXY: Clarzsse Paton, Jean Byron, Brian Simblist, Leonard Sharzer. Paul Muther. Timothy Putnam. Lfis LATIN CLUB If you see a student walking about Newton Lipofsky, Marsha Katz. Ian' High Schools corridors looking like the ghost or individual is a member of the Latin Club. an ot- ganization determined to prove that Latin is no: a dead language. Slides and movies about Ronie. guest speakers. and field trips are on the clubs agenda. So if you see someone in sandals. renters ber: when in Latin Club. do as the Roittarws dna, FIRST ROXV: Barbara nlensky. Eileen Mann. Claire Rebzn Carol Dubino. Annette Kasabian. Davie Gassenhezrtzer. Gazl Paul. Nanq' Kurson. Barbara Slotnis. Nancy Lurensky. .loan Richardson. SECOND ROXY: Miss Ferguson. Sue Fefgav son. Sue Finsen. Beverly Alpert. Trudy Goldstein. Penny """"""""""""""" Dorris. Connie Finerty. Elaine Henry. Carol Pictkic s THIRD ROXV: Lillian Rich. Nanq' Greenman. Susan Le- 47 vine, Diane Fisher. Ruthie Sagott. Eileen Bass. M3'wQ'.':i Blaustein, Judy Lambert. Lanq Fine. Caesar. do not panic, L'ndoubtedly the toga-sporting fNf"'I 'il'-an '- if W' W' :,f?'1".g'-F51-fri ., ':-' - . .....uAlJ-.' ft . . .1 4 ' -"' , 'lift' . INSET: Mr. Altree. FIRST ROW: Mr. Gallagher, Miss Diehl, Mr. Connors, Mr. Prenriss, Mr. Holmes, Mr. Hollman. SECOND ROW: Mr. Sutton, Mr. Hinkle, Mr. Martin, Mr. MacDonald, Mr. Fraktman, Mr. Willard, Mr. Ferguson. INTERNATIONAL CLUB The International set holds a soiree every third Thursday, usually at the home of the charming Madame Wofford Cadvisorb. It's first gathering included on the hand-picked guest list C after the dues were handed over, the treasurer picked them up and add- ed the donors' names to the listj Dr. David Stowe. Dr. Stowe spoke enthusiastically of his experiences as a missionary in China before the Red crowd vulgarized the so- cial atmosphere with its proletarian values. At a later get-together the topic of con- versation was the dating habits of the aborigines in various foreign lands visited by some members of the group C exchange students A on their last cruise. "A favorite topic amongst Madame Wof- ford's guests," said Mr. William Albert, butler fpresidentj to the Woffords, "is the problem of nationalism in Africa. Ma- dame Wofford 'ad an 'arvard professor down from Boston who spoke about the topic and for the next two gatherings the set could talk of nothing else. Got out of 'and when some of the guests wanted to invite down Mr. Lumumba C you know - of the Leopoldville Lumumbasj and General Mabutu for a refereed discussion of their individual viewpoints, but Madame put 'er foot down. Last I 'eard of them they were all sailing off on a Portuguese liner - for Brazil?" On the whole, it has been a fine season for the international set. 'The Club is representing Portugal at a discussion of the Santa Maria pirates at Wellesley. , ,M .M-WW.-. usmnlvnllurxllql .V SOCIAL STUDIE DEPARTMENT Following the pattern of progress recurrent throughout the history of civilizations the Social Studies Depart- ment has built extensively on its already firm foundation. An honors system in American history has been added to supplement the advanced placement pro- gram, last year's series of lectures in United States history has been integrated with the class work, several tutorial courses have been initiated. The depart- ment has not ignored the importance of contemporary history. The new area studies class offers a specialized treat- ment of the happenings in certain critical areas of today's world. This vast struc- ture of courses is itself supplemented by a program of field trips to the United Nations, the International Relations Con- ference at M. I. T. and the model United Nations at Dana Hall. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Wofford, Eliot Evans, Sally Day, Billy Albert. SECOND ROW: Sally Young, Diana Maloney, Marsha Katz, Mark Mayzer, Dick White, Bev Mitchell. xy, idiom t 'N l FIRST ROW: Miss Ryan, Mrs. Huss, Mr. Leathers, Miss Lanigan, Miss Lee, Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Wofford, Mrs. Ehmann, Miss Bonnie Allen, Miss Betsy Allen. SECOND ROW Mr. Warshaw, Miss Hamilton, Mrs. Goldstein, Mrs. Levine, Miss Gianferante, Mr. Papa, Mr. jacobs, Mr. Spink, Miss Feinberg, Miss Moncreiff. THIRD ROW: Mr. Harris, Mr. Boyle, Mr. Bissex, Mr. Lederer, Mr. Harrer, Mr. Rothman, Mr. Wolf, Mr. Nye, Mr. West. TUSITALA The word Turitala strikes fear into the heart of the most confident writer. This literary club, whose members are selected for their writing ability, is the ideal place for a frustrated student. A manuscript is read before the anx- ious members, and then they are invited to criticize their fellow-student's writing. Thus, one can release all his frustrations on another's literary endeavor. Yet the author who finds his manuscript trampled and torn by his con- temporaries remains complacent. For he knows his turn will come! FIRST ROW: Robin Kaufman, Sally Young, Barbara Chasen, Secretary: Jerry Oppenheim, Trearufen' Stephen Greenblatt, Pre.tident,' Gerry Angoff, Vice Prer- zdentf Nancy Weiner, Ingrid Nickelsen. SECOND ROW: Michael Berger. Malcolm Morrison, Neil Grossman, Peter Resnick, Thomas Weiskel, Steve Osborne, Steven Wallach, Elliott Evans. THIRD ROW: Gene Oppenheim. Richard Blocker, David Maltz, Ken Cummins. 49 . ENGLISH DEPARTMENT livery student at fN't".','rf,ii High Sf.l.f,fn ' into continuous CUIIIAQI with the l'naiz',?. IJ'-5.1. ment. This department might he rz. f called a humanities department tor . activities includes muth more t?.tn " it p 1 .A concept of instruttion in lpnuiisn A, f-,," . 'l- student gets not only a tonrse in :as l.:'Z i I.i.,4 .. and literature. hut a smattering of iizs'-.ry pal and the arts. 'lihere are no pfdan's zn l:.,' Department, they have been rt-plate? lg. s trious personages as Mr john llarris. Nhss , Leathers, and Mrs. Miriam Cioldstein. litru s colorful and lively department. te if 1 JO x--,.l. Reading Clinic, Miss Rideout DEBATING SOCIETY My mother said to me, "If you want to argue so much. why don't you join a Debating Club?" So I did. I paid my dues and started getting those ii from the secretary. lt was on the second Thursday of the month that we gathered in the little amphitheaxe. FW At each meeting we argued about the same topici Shoxplt' Ol' DOC? Citi' YIUICS the United Nations be significantly strengthened When we had argued among ourselves long enough to watni up, we started formal debates with other schools. P otential Daniel XVebsters from Brookline High, Melrose High. and Wztltltttni High found themselves buttling and ' hind our rickety podium. Shall the Lf N. be Pros and consg pros and cons. And in the no nearer to an answer than when we began. rebutthng be- strengthened? end we were Btn: Mr. Pren- tiss tadyisorl and Steve Greenblatt tpresidentt were happy. and I found out why just the other day. You see, we had learned to debate-to thank logie.ai1j.' and then to express our logical thoughts. 'Pte other day :ity e J g EI.. dsc Ot mother and I had a minor skirmish coneerninx the car Saturday night. I trounced her. When I finished :ty first tive-minute speech. she gave a weak reioinder. Bu: site collapsed entirely under my rebuttal. It was resolved: I should have the car Saturday night. Thank you. Mr. Prentiss. Mr. Greenblatt, and my worthy opponents. OUT OF Miss Policy "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dirnplef' Eb to -X, Mr. Peterson 55. tis l li 1 , l l X X I Ls., U Mr. Hall "Which leg did you say the thyroid gland is in." Mme. Neufeld "See you at 7:45!" "D'oi1 venez-vous? Il est 11:-41!" vw KQV? Dr. Navez "You see, I told you I could build a better mousetrapln X , THIS WORLD Mr. Bresnahan Veni, vidi, vici ' x 6 I ., I it 1 1' ,V ,-51" u-'ff 6 Mr. Shapiro and Messrs. Chalmers, Batchelder, and Sutton "I think it's called the 'y-wiggle Bluesf ls that a true statemcnt --A-L., 7-mr 'QQ Mr. Satlak Mrs. Herzog "Seventy-nine credits, eh?" "XY'h.1t-me worry? Herr Packard "Open your notebooks, blow the dust off them, and under 'Famous Sayings by Great Men.' lf, in an moment, our German teacher becomes so inextricably in his teaching that he forgets to give us homework, understand that the next assignment will always be the write this unguarded engrossed we are to next chap- ter of the book in its entirety. However, if some alert pupil re- minds teacher that he forgot the homework, we shall. have our customary short assignment." of course. L . . o , , ' ' . us , . fl' - .' .- , - l 1 Q Q u ' - . , . - . . , . u , . . ' u . Q . . o Q - . . . . 5 0 ' Q C . Q 0 ' ' . . , . . I I . . , . . . . . . ' n q Q . ' . n 'D . , ' . , , a 0 h . . ' Q a o I - ' n n f . , ' 4 - u . ' O . 1 - . ' . v . , . o . 4 , , 1 ' - 1 . Q n A , n , ' , n n u , . Q . Q . . . . . I I U I 9 ' 4 , n v a 1 - . . 1 n ' ' s . , 1 . ' v . . , RTS . ' ' , . - , I u . ' s , . r ' , , . I 0 ' .- ' ' . . , 1 n . f . , Q . ' . o 1 ' . - , u a ' - . . 4 n . . . D , , - a 4 4 .- . f 0 A . , 1 i D I I v ,-4 Q ' ' ' n , 1 , ...- v Y 1 I ft. ' , A 1 1 4 , a n I 1 a a 4 , . n a vi. NQZKA N . ' . K I g 0 9' V - .-5,2 . P MP u -'Q 'S . .Nix .l 1. v p , . A 'if Q l Q ' v s u A ' 1 ' ' n Q 1 - ' 5 , n . Q ' n ' 0 1 5 , u Q Q 0 . Q a A ' . i I I Q Q , ' r ' Q S -J - I 0 u u ' Q 5 I Q ' u I , . 7' n ,Q ' . , ' 1 ' s 9 ' . u s f 4 Q o 1 n ' g U u . 9 s , 'Q Q 1 , A 1 , I - p. SENIOR My locket is missing. Me and my laundry. Two minutes, Mr. Tatelman. Poof! You re an aud1ence' The Bowery's PIICIC and joy x P-dog 40 we Q21 0 NW Vx L 1 Q4 QA' 00 X. gif Q98 2 xa' O Q A Xb X R Q + NN' YX 9 x, 4 O QU eo Q- K X X4 Q, ,' O A ' 4 6 v as Il H. W Wx QQ Q 6 'S qs QP 4 Q1 2 4 A 5 YX QQ KN Q 4 Q 9 4 9 420 0 40 QA I Q 4 f 0- A- 4 5 W P6 6 xOO O XAQPQ- Eg 6 x .l X1 K 4 ' ,- X 'Af Y ff M Owe' we wg UA? Wim M fi 40 V P1 X ff 6 " QJVHA v AM OG- 5 . 1, 990 Q 'A 'Ae , , xo A Q5 , 0 dean-X 6691 X 1 9 56 46419 ' 4 0 of . ORQ Y 54 h. A , PLAY Does he or doesn't he? PROLOGUE SPEAKER .,.. LIZZIE JONES .,..,4..,,..,...... BARBARA STANLEY ,.4... HIRAM STANLEY . ....,. NELL STANLEY ,.4.,,4.4..E.A.,.E . JOHN DALTON ,,.A,...A,,A......,, . RICHARD MURGATROYD SAM SLADE .................R.,.Q,., . A DERELICT .4.. ...,, I .. . JENKINS ....AA AR,,R..R....,.,,..... BIG MIKE SLATTERY .,.4,. PETE THE RAT ...,...T..T. OLD KATE .T,,..,..T.... LITTLE TOMMY ..,,,,., CHUCK CONNORS .,A.... SLICK STEVE ..........,..A BEULAH ,.,...,,.A..,,..... MAMIE ......... MAGGIE ..,... PEARL ......,A..... IRENE ..,.,................,4...... BILL THE DIP .......,....,....... .... ONE PUNCH DUGGAN .I... , HAPPY ....,.....I.......,,,,,, , Don't let romance fade, fade, fade away. Kenneth Cummins Pamela Saphire Nancy Freiman . Milton Tatelman Linda Dahl Scott Silliman A Steve Greenblatt Lorenz Muther David Pass Lawrence Wilker Peter Morrison William Albert Elizabeth Little Barbara Ross .. Joseph Jacobson . Joel Rosembaum Linda Fisher Paula Needle Barbara Bogen Ingrid Nichelson Nanci Linn .. Stephen Berman Myron Cohen Howard Green X N. I, f fi. an , . I--I A egg H5 ' , . ix. W I O ,Q I ,.q IZZY . . MR. VANDERLOP MRS. VANDERLOP EDITH VANDERLOP He-he-hello, Aunt Barbara. Graham Gurry Etiwartl Huutstcin Rosemarie Fiumara Susan Klarfield JAMES GLUE Ronald Collotta ROSE ROBINSON Maxine Stone BELL . Susan Cohen SIGHTSEERS , . Jane Anderson, Martha Lee. Ruth Goran, Harriet Peck. Elizabeth Rogers. David Fazio, Douglas Rex'- nolds, Michael Rosbash CAN CAN GIRLS Susan Cohen. Joan Caruso. Sandra Cullman, Maxine Fineberqu. Liniia Freeman, Martha Love Director -Mr. VC'illiam Spink 55 Th e day that the rain came down. , ,, , DRAMA Despite the usual late-arriving sophisticated audience, Newton's eighth annual Drama Festival managed to begin-and only twenty-five minutes after it was supposed to. Once the show was under way, however, the huge audience was treated to the best festival in at least the past three years. The Hrst play was Andre Obey's Noah, an un- fortunate choice for a high school audience. The cast did a commendable job with the difficult script, however, and the result was interesting, if not spectacular. . 'N l 56 After a brief intermission, the festival con- tinued with South High's presentation of Our Heart: Were Young and Gay. The rising of the curtain was accompanied by wildly enthusiastic yells from the southerners present, yells which struck fear into the hearts of the other members of the bipartisan audience. The play was far from a letdowng in fact, we are forced to admit that we laughed throughout, despite our efforts to sabotage the enemy attack. Memorable lines include the parting remark of Otis Skinner, who said to the two girls, "Give us a call as soon as you arrive, if that won't be too much of a strain on your emancipation!" and Dick's devastating complaint addressed to Emily, "You have a knack for hitting things right on the head." The play on the whole was a sheer delight, but we wonder how it escaped Boston censorship. X ff !.,v FESTIVAL . . ", is due to the desire on the part of the Newtonian to without bias avoid suits, though not to necessarily avoid split innnitivesb: "supurb in- terpretation," "perfect timing," "for once, not overdone," "tastefully selected gestures," "success- ful maintenance of mood," "authentic accents," "expert casting and directing," "tensely dramatic from beginning to end," and finally, "almost pro- fessionalf' The judges, headed by Mr. Paul Barstow of Wellesley College, were impressed, and rightly so. Dirmeli took the grand prize. The award winning The final play, l.ouis N Parlcf,-rs Dz:f.1e.'z which again carrie after xi brief irvf,-rr:.is-,ifirz Was greeted by Wilclly eritliusiasrie jx ii'-i frmrf. 'P f northerners present, unsure, lltllffiflf, R P, .' fear-striking yells, which probably ownflzfl ' the southerners fwe say probably beeaiise 'ins author experienced a temporary attack of deafness resulting from the screeching whistles of the per- son sitting behind himi. The yells were not in vain. The audience was awe-struelc by the greatest piece of high school dramatic acting seen in a long time. Rave ratings that might be applied by critics follow fthe absence of the three small dots. performers were as follows: -ludith Bates tSellai and Richard Blocker tNoah'i from .X'o.:Z'.' Bar- bara Goodbar tlimilyl, Priscilla Kanter tXY'ini- fred Blaughl, and Janet Mullen tlfrs. Sl-cinneri from Our Hearty llnere Yormg .mf G.:j,.' and Victor Aronow tBenjamin Disraeli '. Linda Dahl tfflarissal, Robert Factor tMr. Hugh Meyers . Nancy Frieman tMrs. Traversl. and Jeffrey Hahn tBascotl from Di,rr.1.'li, Did you attend the Drama Festival? If you didn't. you missed an exciting evening. Mr. Spink and Miss Ryan again presented a nwertiorable program. --411,-.. ...Zvi S. Axelrod, V. Babcock, E. Bass, J. Bilezikian, M. Blaustein, M. Bornstein, J. Callahan, N. Carroll, K. Cohen, J. Conquest, N. Corman, B. Daniels, D. Derik, M. Firgir, L. Friedman, E. Goldsmith, P. Gough, M. Griswald, J. Jordan, F. Kaplan, B. Levin, L. Martenson, J. Mac donald, C. Miller, B. Murray, W. Myers, C. Nathan, T. Renda, R. Schneider, R. Stackhouse, J. Shane, B. Sternfield, G. Stone, E. Stuart, P. Weinberg, N. Werner, M. Weisman L. White A. Barry, A. Beatrice, R. Bernheimer, L. Chrisman, M. Cooper, M. Corey, D. Cormier, K Cotter, H. Daniels, P. Etseman, J. Gootkin, I. Grossman, J. Hahn, M. Haley, S. Jacobs VU. Krinsky, L. Marcus, B. Matthews, J. Mackenzie, C. Mather, C. Oetinger, J. Oppenheim M. Pincus, P. Salow, S. Tepper, M. Weinroth, J. Wittenberg, M. L. Woods, V. Aranow J. Challendor, L. Cham, J. Colpak, M. Dobkin, L. Dahl, R. Fiumara, N. Freiman, L. Garber J. Jacobson, M. Laserson, L. Levine, S. Lewis, P. Morrison, J. Murtha, J. Rosenthal, B. Ross P. Saphire, E. Shapiro, S. Shane, S. Silliman, M. Stone, M. Tatelman, S. Wax, L. Wilker DRAMA CLUB President ............ ..,... M ilton Tatleman Vice-President ....... ......... B arbara Ross Secretary ............. ..... B arbara Matthews Treasurer ............................... ...... W illiam Krinsky Sophomore Representatives ...... ..... J ames Callahan, -w-5--1 "Well, Ladies and Gentlemen, here we are back- stage at the New England Drama Festival. It is open- ing night, and the air is vibrating with tension and excitement. Actors are dashing back and forth in their costumes, and members of the stage crew are transporting props onto the stage. Why, there is Milton Tatelman, president of the NHS Drama Club." "Mr. Tatelman, I wonder if you could tell us what part the Drama Club played in the preparation of the stupendous festival." "Certainly, dahling. The Drama Club has ar- ranged for housing, programming, and hospitality for the guests .... Dick, be careful how you swing that table .... As I was saying, the Drama Club has been very active this year as always. We had a speaker from the Boston University School of Drama, we had a theatre party and symposium with the cast of All My Som, we've had combined meetings with South High, and, of course ,... Dick, please watch where you're swinging that chair ,... and, of course, we've . . . Ahh! ! !" "Mr. Tatleman, are you all right?" CDon't worry, he's only temporarily unconsciousj "Dick, you should be more careful when you're carrying those props." The audience hushes, lights dim, the curtain rises, and the stage lights reveal an elaborate set, all the drama of a school play would not be possible without the often forgotten efforts of the stage crew. This select group of hard-working stu- dents is responsible for set arrangement, the operation of electrical equipment, and several other essential jobs. Unherald- ed, but essential, the stage crerw deserves its own round of applause. llllll Ellen Goldsmith STAGE CREW FIRST ROW: Scott Deering, Robin Levine. Judy Davidson, Bev Weiss, Secretaryf Jacqueline Challender, Jean Murtha, John Clishman. SECOND ROW: Ronald Collotta, Ronald Benak, Robert Daniels, Robert Goldstein, Phil Manning, Daniel Cash, Mr. Riccutti, advisor. THIRD ROW: Scott Silliman, Bob Dangel, Arnold Kraft, David Devore. ' 'suit 15? gal. 'Mus - X -- -r u The Art Department has devised two programs which cover the needs of students interested in art at the high school level. For those who want a com- prehensive course, there is the Art Appreciation course, which gives students a basic understanding of such arts as sculpture, painting, and architecture. For those expecting to go into professional art, Mr. Schultz teaches a three-year program which gives excellent preparation for good art schools. The three-year sequence deals first with the specifics of visual fundamentals, then with commercial arts, and finally with graphic arts. G Mr. Nelson, Mr. Schultz, ART DEPARTMENT FIRST ROW: J. Meyer, G. Wellock. SECOND ROW: C. Antonellis, R. Levine, M. Paul, M. Monahan, F. Aronow, J. Mullen, Mr. Nelson. 'T ei-L' f- 'Ti' 'S-. 4,21 F, 4 , U J " " H' This year. led bv Mr. Nelson. tne Club visited several iniisetzms and stained glass window vvorks. The ptzrpv of the club is to .illovv students to e MT .:.5.. , LO. Q' nel ct: -. 1- 'S' YVCYC ll'lVlCC'd IO SE'X'6l'.1l ITTESCITTSIS .ind understand more about .irt than ti ex can hv themselves. The group ohservel various works .ind .islced Mr. Nelson t explain them. Att appreciation clgs SEATED: Mr. Godfrey, Miss Seaver. STANDING: Mr. Remley, Mr. Lasker, March. MUSIC CLUB Contrary to popular belief, one does not have to be talented to join the Music Club. Anyone who is interested in music can join this club. Those talented musicians, the johnny Brothers and the Walley-jack- sons, among others, help provide entertain- ment. By February of this year the club had presented two student concerts and an X- block assembly. In the latter, the club members and guests from Bacon and Barry Houses thrilled to the artistry of eight- year-old Lisa Goldman, child prodigy. Lisa joined the Newton High School Orchestra in the first movement of the Beethoven Piano Concerto Number Two. Then, after after a question period which was obvious- ly intended to prepare Lisa for a future appearance on This It Your Life, she con- cluded the program with the Rondo Capric- cioio. This concert represents just another exciting musical experience brought to New- ton High School by Mr. Lasker's Music Club. MUSIC DEPARTMENT The Music Department, with the pur- pose of bringing music to as many students as possible, truly has something for every- one. In addition to the two-year sequence in Music Theory and Harmony, during the second year of which students write original musical compositions, the department offers Music Appreciation, Music in Everyday Living, and Ensemble, a class which plays chamber music. It also sponsors an A Cap- pella Choir, a Girls' Chorus, a Mixed Chor- us, a Madrigal singing group, a Marching Band, a Concert Band, an Orchestra, and, of course. a Music Club. Two evenings of music were held this year, vespers, and a spectacular Music Night in which all per- forming groups appeared. Next year the de- partment will join with the Art, Drama, and Dance departments to get together a course which will in one semester give students a look at General Humanities. r, wwwffff :Lam - . ,mf '- Z9 ..... K A l bw VESPERS E - l 1 i . l , . 4 ii. 1 E ' 1 2 ' l 5 .KJ 1 ini' ll S 'il 115: E, 3 Wil 2111 a ' 5 til lilw ', , 4 . f . l 1. Q I ' I -'I-s...., ., W, If in your journeys through the lower regions of Building Two, you hear a repeated "cuckoo" note or a rather masculine soprano voice accompanying scattered pianirrimo plunks, do not be alarmed. It is only the orchestra rehearsing Haydn's "Toy Symphony" or Verdi's "Il Trovatore" Cwith Mr. March as soloistb. Although the orchestra this year was the smallest in memory, under Mr. March's leadership it became perhaps the best. Since only the most dedicated musicians seemed able to resist the encroachments of advanced placement scheduling, the quality of individual musicians combined with sectional rehearsals and varied repertoire to make this orchestra a musically exciting experience. 62 DANCE BAND The Newton High Dance band is something of an official school band for Tigeramas and dances. A small band, it is comprised of a selected group of student musicians directed by Mr. Godfrey. Be- cause of some reorganization this year the band did not get into full swing Cwe hope that is the right wordb until late in the winter when it came to liven up a Tigerama. Our dance band plays good dance musicg it even swings when it wants to. M. Morrison, B. Karp, D. Friedman, B. White, E. Evans, D. Drourr, R. Williams, R. Sellech, N Cobb, Mr. Godfrey. MARCHING BAND J. Houston, R. Fiumara, C. Maguire, G. Shaw, B. DeSantis, B. Swanton, C. Thurston, M. Neiman, L. Werman, B. Thurston, M. Calk, J. jordan, C. Robinson, B. Murray, B. Gath, D. Neilson, R. Fierro, D. Friedman, B. White, P. Mefsky, H. Shafron, M. Addelson, R. Wil- liams, J. Pierce, J. Callanan, M. Himmelfarb, J. Umina. ...ui The Newton High School "'1'c P '- band, under the direction of Nl. L1 frey. enioyed an tzndcfeazcd suv'- something unique this ycar The b strutted through their halt-tizti tions and assisted at the presgai L' fix .... Y. lt throughout the tall season. lncactcn x the marching band claims the voted membership of any co organization: the players must on the football field from - 17 S115 AM. ,.s age- 1 i.. .c ...par ..,,.. .XB CONCERT BAND N! After a first year of self-orientation, Mr. God- frey, the director of the concert band, guided his musicians through a year of increased activity. The concert band played at a number of elementary schools in the city, participated in a reciprocal ex- change of concerts with Wellesley High School, and culminated the year at the Northeastern Music Festival. This inter-school competition is the climax of a high school musician's year. Newton annually does an excellent job. We were well represented this year. A CAPPELLA CHCDIR Handel's Merriab Cborur and Howe's Battle Hymn of the Republic are but two songs in the varied repertoire of the A Cappella Choir. The choir's activities are familiar to Newton High students, for it frequently participates in school assemblies. About two hundred voices have joined in the A Cappella Choir to produce an ex- cellent and much appreciated singing group. N. Cate, J. Simons, M. Corey, S. Georgian, J. Grant, S. Wongburg, C. Loming, C. DiRusso, K. Manners, R. Johnson, R. Quinn, j. Conquest, 1. Anderson, N. Blake, F. Yoffe, D. Hunter, P. Jacobs, B. Karp, S. Norton, J. Allesmitis, S. Alex- rod, 1. Hahn, B. Factor, B. Dangel, M. Rosbash, R. johnson, D. Wimer, S. Silliman, J. Lavely, J. Steinberg. X MIXED CHORUS The members of the Mixed Chorus sing for their own entertainment, not for their supper. The chorus has participated in and added to many musical presenturion at the high school. GIRLS' CHCJRUS 65 A. W'einer, S. Kaplan. K, Swanson. N. Kurson, E. Mann, D. Vfassermari, P. Landry, S. Hart, A. Hyde, A. Bona ramps, B. Bowen, D. Davis, B. Cha- bot, Bishop, G. Morgan, P. Smith, B. Patterson, M. Blaustein. B. Fox. S. Dangel, B. Alexander. M Gris- wold, D. Penta. Girls' Chorus. which meets ru-ice .1 week, gives students the opportunity to express themselves orally -W not that they don't .inywvayx Miss Semper hopes to develop in the girls .1 better understanding .ind appreciation of music. The Chorus participared in Christmas Vespers this year. S. Chipman, S. Bernheimef. K, Differ. D. Case, A. Kasabian. S. Russell. N Per- lito, I.. Marchand. B. Murmv, C Caitpbeif. M. Muslcalski. M. Mvfss. lf Lpvzncstrn. N Ferris, A. Ville-gas. G. Hagelstegfi. l. Nmkel- sen. MUSIC REPRESENTATIVE 'xx' f . in wwf . x N .t .1 Q ., '-. ilii , 'N fx 6 'F K f f-2? I x I n YOUTH SYMPHONY ALL-EASTERN CHORUS J. Bilezikian, S. Custer, S. Everett, D. Lawson, Charlotte Lowery and Scott Silliman L. Little, J. Merrill. X ll 'I ' : .fm ,. X : DISTRICT ORCHESTRA J. Bilezikian, T. Currens, S. Custer, P. Deats, S. Everett, D. Lawson, L. Little, J. Merrill, C. Walley. NORTHEAST DISTRICT CHORUS, 1960 FIRST ROW: Jane Anderson, Betsv Rogers. Maxine Stone, Charlotte Lowry, Martha Lee. SECOND ROW: William Mark, Jeff Hahn, Scott Silliman, Bob Factor, Rusty Muther, Steve Lewis. T STATE CHQRUS STATE ORCHESTRA S. Silliman, M. Stone, M. Fineberg, S. Berman, R. Muther. J- BilC2iki8I1, S- CUSICI, P- DCHIS, 5- Everett, D- Lawson, 66 J. Merrill, C. Walley. X . If Gene Kelly needs a new dance routine, he can tertziinly get rnziny ori,.rn il rl from Orchesis. The members, devising their own clioreogmplry, perl , frrn in in ann al assembly for junior girls, and also in any school function wlntlr refinirt tr f ni o dancers. This year they graced the Senior Play. H E S I S During the fifteenth century small groups of people would gather at the village pub and sing folk songs de- signed for only a few voices. From this heritage has grown a small singing group called the Madrigals. The basic break from the past is that this group sings at school functions, churches, and group meetings rather than at bars. MADRIGALS ,Nm FIRST ROW: Marilyn Rideout. ,lane Anderson. Martha Lee. Linda Dah Nl Q GND ROW William Mark, Pamela Saphir, Mine Fineberg. Maxine Stone. Ruth L THIRD ROW: Scott Silliman, Rusty Muther. Jeff Hahn. Kenny lxs .1 t n D xi F ARTS CANDIDS K f-' 1 fl . -- . x 5 1 ig Y . . P'-1" ' ' 1 1 Q ml Y Ag,,. he. 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X 1 . . 0 o u I 5 0 g 8 . u Q d s 'X . 0 ' Q I 0 5 I . , 5 - ' 'Viv ' l 0 . S I Q l El, ' . ' . I . ' , . + 5 . 0 . x f . x . ' u ' Q 1 . . - Q . . . i . 1 1 Q Q ' 5 . 0 VL Q , , ' I , U Q ' . , , s' . A . 'X-.A Q . I o X ' 5. ' - 1 ,gf ' ' l.:'3,! ' l 5 I ' ' . - I. as - Q t t I 0 . g . 0 . s 'Q ' I n . . s 0 5 0 o u ' s U . I U u o ' o s , o 0 . s . , r .FIRST ROW: J. Lillis, G. Ellis, R. Penta, D. McCann, A. Allen, T. DeWolf, R. Carle, P. McKen- ney, C. Finely, J. Thompson, G. Hinteregger, Coach Boyle. SECOND ROW: Coach Gallagher, B. Kemelgor, J. Morgenthau, H. Cooper, E. Murtha, M. West, G. Mazor, D. Pass, M. Crosby, B Reed, L. Kemelgor. INDOOR TRACK ll Y? .-4' Q! 9 J? mf! - hi - Q Q 5 6 G,- VARSITY Goran, Schlosberg, Tallo, Russo, Georgian, Hern, jarrell, Chretien, Fisher, Tower, Marran, Wom bolt Cmanagerl, Miss Collins. GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY JUNIOR VARSITY 1ST ROW Alban, Fineberg, Sylvester, Andrick, Baer, Parson, Parson. ZND ROW: Miss Collins, Ferris, Olvet, Patton, Erickson, Gesmer, Meyer, Grant. Not shown: Bridge, Calf, Wombolt and Toman Cmanagersh. Well, maybe next time This fall, field hockey was the favorite girls' sport at both Newton and Newton South and girls from both schools joined together to form teams. The varsity was forced to bow down five times but the junior varsity fared better and came close to an unde- feated season. High scorers for the varsity were Ellie jarrell of South High with four goals and Sophie Georgian of North High with three. High scorer of the junior varsity was Sally Brickson of North with five goals. Highlight of the season was the double win over Brookline by both teams. Too many cooks spoil the broth FIRST ROW: Beard, Gordon, Hootstein, Sorota, Scott. SECOND ROW: Dalicandro, Doucette, Howe, Smith, Yeo, Freedman. BASKETBALL d 7 1 1, Up SCOIYY, UP! Catch himg he put it there. High and the mighty It's now or never Tllc 1960-1961 K-'L'fS1'iIi uf NHS lliilg plagued mainly by lllL'XfX'Yllli'," l.i llf,f,'wnri f f varsity rcturncc from lust jatniri 'f " " fl f' 1 i X thc sczistm witli an itijurcf. .irinlc 'f morcs :intl juniors pitlccfl up '..tQ.1. . .. rough Suburban lxzigiic pl.iy Uuw,1i.ti.:.,' Q I, in by Chunk llutitcttc. Ku-iiriy S:z.:'?, Nlgf-15. lt l Hicks, :intl Uzivc YL-fi, XX'itli 'lit-sc pltiyc-ri .tr,i 7, ising V.'S zincl Sriplis i't-tumitig tit-sf' coach Phil Ofltinncll lius tiiticli tri lwwl: ffm.- future. XVatch that fist . 1 GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT In a constant battle to keep Newton Highs coeds healthy against their apparent wi-ll, the girls' pliysical edu- cation classes force them to take part in such activities as badminton, tennis, and field hockey and attempt to keep order in the locker room as girls scramble eagerly to take their long-awaited showers. Miss Collins, Mrs. Flink, Mrs. Fitzgerald, Miss Frazier BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT The function of the boys' physical education depart- ment, is to build strong bodies twelve ways: by football, basketball, baseball, gymnastics, wrestling, bowling, soc- cer, tennis, volleyball, weight-lifting, calisthenics, and track. FIRST ROW: Mr. Gatley, Mr. O'ConneIl. Mr. Smith. SECOND ROW: Mr. Jessup, Mr. Fortune. 5 0 1 I STANDING: Beverly Smith, Diane Averbuck, Melissa Hickey, Susan Anderson, Betsy Rogers. KNEELING: Jane Carmen, Nancy Anderton, Karen Rothstein, Ann Kirk. NEWTON HIGH scHooL CHEERLEADERS Q? Nc-if rrp iff "V" for victory - X 'F I 2 '--f .11 :Cyan t s ffc' fig? Q , , . . v 1 J .t 11 . 1 ' "" A I 5 Q74'iT"'i f- :- , , A I ,U f W, An N x 79' J K4 O vc D J t ,J A junaita Houston, Judith Bates, Barbara DeSanLis, Gail Shaw, Rosemarie Fiumara, Charlene Maguire. I A x 1 ,Ill Illl 1 ya- 0 , ii. VKf,jL..fj' W'hen the Saints Go Marching In L 1 45 J ' -JPW x-. . .. 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Parent. Nlgxxu. SRD ROXV: Barnes, Kwitkor, Hicks. Katz, King. Kenielgor. Crosby. Heath. S7 K Unitas we stand, divided we fall The Newton High School football team ex- perienced an understandably disappointing season with no wins and nine losses. This can be attrib- uted to the loss of manpower through the open- ing of South High and the fact that the opposing teams were enjoying a peak year. However, the year produced many thrills. In the season's opener against Everett, Co-Captain Fred Dalicandro re- turned a punt 75 yards for Newton's first score. Newton's Bellino Against State Champion Brockton, the Tigers threw a first quarter scare into the Shoe City powerhouse by tying the score on a 63 yard sprint by Dick Carle. In the Medford clash, sophomore quarterback Mickey Beard fired a 30 yard aerial to junior halfback Ray Acchione to set up a touch- down. The indomitable Coach Malone set his hopes high for the next season by giving experi- ence to promising juniors and sophomores. rw W ' .ur-'li Jill' A ' JF A"'fW'?'-757' '7 u.:2.- V U Q . 't'- Q i ll ' 'ZZT if eg, i t ' x I 9 H, A A H - H ., ,,,.s - . , , ,.,. lah...,vvwmqmuu-NW--MMM'-'H VA H yn, QL ,TM-A I , WWA WW I A A V , .i x J f V , LJ' I -f--- M ......- ,.,. .Q ,,,, 1 WN-,mu A 'IM-W W' W f ' 1 , my Y K, . , ,wav Y - a ---.axqsvhm .0 , E 'f ' M.,-,M I Q ..,, , , .V , V "' --f- - -f ...r k W p 1 . if r L :Z T, E up Us , "' C' ' - - - 'X 'Z ' --ff' "' -f K iff" ,, ' "WW if" W i t t - -. -. s li R ""' 5 QB Down you go ' 1 ik- ni - ' 4 . ,,, W yi' - uf' Q 'gall .47 M ' - , . 7' vf - 0 Where's my team? Charge of the Light Brigatlt SCHEDULE Newton Newton Arlington -4 i Newton Newton Medford IH Newton Newton Beverly 3V Newton Newton VC'altham 22 as .. . . Y, -. my KTM'- ' ,- . v s. - ,, t A 'A -':-Ji 'Mi f fgffi .. -J X x 1 4 tall '- 544-' -1 2 -' fx ,M Pile on gently Hold tlut pose 'V I?" .8 5. Y F a mf 8' s' I Q! Q 'if Q -H t f ft 'Qi Q , Q K . 1 w X . . - Rm If an Q . , 1 .. 1 ,,, 5 . 'vi 4 .f as I . Civ. Q I 1 Q 1' I 1 gli x xg, II? Q 2333! Xt f I lx :X f 1 s s ' ' I . i 'f . il A W , Q' -1:5 Q., -hm .,n,,,!a 1 Z, I: " 'ny A -W We .-... . A era g ' , ,,,. r 'I v ii! , fi i li FIRST ROW: Coach Jessup, Lavely, McDonough, Weinberg, Quinn, Campisi, Lockwood, Delli- cicchi. SECOND ROW: Martin, Cohen, Bacarri, Clark, Vogel. THIRD ROW: Doswell, Lombard, Tate, Watts, Robinson, Rando, Donovan. I GYMNASTICS In its second year as a varsity sport, gymnastics has gained in popularity and has brought many thrills to the loyal spectators. This year there are many new faces on the squad. Coach Jessup has done a fine job instructing these future hopefuls. Led by Captain Jay Lavely on the horizonal bar, the Newton team has fought hard in every meet. Some of the standouts have been: Al Cohen on the long horse, Warren Smith on the flying rings, Arnie Vogel and Bill McDonough on the rope, Rusty Martin and Vincent Campisi on the parallel bars, and Riccardo Baccari on the side horse. Although the team lost 'a heartbreaker to Needham 49-47, they are looking forward to a suc- cessful year. Captain: Jay Lavely Co-Captains: Warren Smith, Bill McDonough Coach: Mr. Jessup X Strrrriiiikkkke! 9Ki5:' StA'?f. ff' ?N" h-fi? h 5'7 ,Qf SQ.5' ' 'A f rg F "n ." N " PK' Q'TqYiv'gv 9 '- Q QRS. 'G 'G -'R 1 K E. .451 x x 'Y Q: Look ma, one hand! BOWLING This ycurk howling prwpr.: f 1 f through thc various houscgs I..:f 3. f V f 4 on Wfcclrxcsduy. Thx roms! umszs 'fof T or T1 f h plus 21 captain. Iiculs House r.:p'n.rf,-'f r rirlc. The mm with the gold n 1' FIRST ROW: S. Baer, R. Masteroni, M. Russo. SECOND ROW: D. Camp, C. Eaton, L. Chretien, L. Werman, 1. Smith, M. Neiman, S. Erickson. GIRLS' BASKETBALL Our basketball teams were not as successful this season Chretien, and Lee Werman, while Sandy Tallo and Diane as in past years. In our clash with Newton South, the Fisher paced the junior varsity. junior Varsity outscored the Lions in a closely contested Coach: Miss Frazier game. However, the varsity was not able to duplicate the Varsity captain: Lee Werman feat. Top scorers for the varsity were Sarah Baer, Lou Junior Varsity captain: Diane Fisher FIRST ROW: I. Anderson, D. Fisher, D. Fineberg, G. Hagelstein, M. A. Olvet. SECOND ROW: L. Coffee, M. French, M. Meyer, J. Notartomaso, L. Hem. 92 Can't have itg it's mine! A New Recruit for the Cclrics t's a bird! It's a plane! It's . . ! ! ! ink I cm! I think I cami I think I Cl .FR 'J- 'Nc M341 fo U f v Xi??CiUF"f -, F-ng . Q V lysvfl i' P!-". Q.: K It ' xx I ,f XJ' . 6 2 4' . 5 J 5 ,. , 2' X, 1" - M 'R ' .1 V. .. 5 4 s. rt w-wvias .as -1. -5 SC! Mi! FIRST ROW: W. Cohen, F. Quinn, P. Sahlin, D. Mason, M. Peters, V. Thompson, C. Scammon. SECOND ROW: Coach Kinlin, J. Chasson, S. Colpitts, T. MacLaugh1in, D. Neilson, P. Furber. THIRD ROW: Coach DiVincenzo, D. Peters, R. Nicalazzo, R. Newall, M. Ryan, R. Fox, H. Zibbell. MISSING FROM PICTURE: G. Coletti, K. Clarke and M. Goldbaum. Although this year's hockey team was rebuilding, they surprised many by finishing fourth in the GBI League. Under new coach Sarge Kinlin, the Tigers produced an in- teresting team that provided many 'sensational hockey games. Notable performances were: tying first place Ar- lington O-O, beating Brookline 4-1, bombing Rindge twice, and beating Newton South in a non-league game. The Tigers were paced by the scoring of Pete Sahlin, Ken Clarke, and Terry MacLaughlin. Mike Ryan's brilliant play- making and Charlie Scammon's hustle were consistent. Guy Coletti's defensive aggressiveness was exciting, as was the strong goaltending supplied by Don Mason. Five returning starters mean a top-notch team next year. Coach ,.....,.......,,,. .,........,,.....,..,.,...... Mr. Sarge Kinlin C0-Captaim ....., ..... M ark Peters 8z Pete Sahlin Why are you smiling, Van? They have the puck. 1 :Q '41 .5-Q!'f?9 - ,I A k f A -gg R t, Q . f. -I A .. 3 k 4 'wb Defense on the move. mar" " N x As. - Q f ,, fm .i, -. i? V Watch that stick. QL .5 P"'c-n- I s' '- nu ,. 5 .' .ss , -- 'Q ..-. ik xl , 39- xy A-sz", ' "V gi-1: v' U dns- 5,u ' - U -. '4 1-.. , '--V T',k-M. ..' - -. :tx-' - v ,W I ' ' ffl -' . ! - "3 -. o '-1-N354 V .3 i N 4.22:--H A 2s, 'Q:i'?,Kx-gl., , f .. I ,, A Q .- - J., W. rum F . ---'fxf 1. .X Scorer at work. ara ' SAILING CLUB FIRST ROW: janet Merrill, Carol Ross, Barbara Ross, Susan Chipman, Mary Ellen Schiavone, Cherie Lamkin, Joyce Bown, Kathie Crowley, Marti Peterson, Ginny Hagelstein, Ingrid Nickel- sen, Joan Richardson, Perry Little, Mr. Jacobson, Advisor. SEC- OND ROW: john Merrill, David I-Ialberstadt, Vice-Preridentj Although all members of the Sailing Club go to New- ton High School and hence are residents of New England, they do not waste time comparing the arrival dates of their ancestors. Instead, they do their own sailing. Outings at Marblehead and interschool racing at the Mystic Lakes made up the bulk of the club's program this year. Members were thus offered the opportunity of cap- sizing among themselves or while competing with other "Ill P "'l John Foster, Susan LeVine, joy Mehlsak, Barbara Slotnil-1, Larry Smith, Stanley Rose, Dick Bluestein, President. THIRD ROW' Leo Burke, Graham Gurry, Bill Hopkins, Howard Hensley. Larry Wilker, Wesley Restall, Tom Griffin, Thomas A, Brinkman, -Iohn McCarthy, Michael Maloney. schools, but they did not take advantage of this oppor- tunity. Consequently, by the end of February. no one had capsized. In an attempt to remedy this situation, the club had .is guest speaker George O'Day, the only American to win a gold medal in sailing in the recent Olympics. Mr. O'Day supplemented his talk with films of the games. OUTING CLUB The girls of the Outing Club were never bored this year, they didn't have the time. They went bowling, held two swimming parties, hiked at the Blue Hills, sang Christ- mas Carols, and biked to Sudbury to go horseback riding! They also sold candy at basketball games so they could take an exchange student skiing with them. As it this was not enough. they went on .1 big winter sports week- end at Peterborough, and are planning .1 spring outing .as we go to press. Boys, take notice. any girl that can get through all this is in better shape than you are. L. JUS!! l FIRST ROW: left to right: B. Marquis, M. Pasquarosa, M. Libman, J. Marchand, F. Dalicandro, M. Bucavalis, P. Belsanti. SECOND ROW: Coadh Ferguson, S. Freidus, J. Keezer, J. Freedman E. Hootstein, K. Howe, D. Fox, T. Cuniff, D. Mason, R. Peredna, D. Devore, E. Fracktman THIRD ROW: left to right: R. Montouri, R. Acchionne, G. Kerr, B. Hathaway, A. Asaff, G. Kiel M. Beard, K. Kasarjian. ' e BASEBALL 1 .Qw- , Q, .. . , .. ' 9 A 4 4' -if ' .V 4' :iw ,S-31':L?A.n,!T'?. P2 Nw! W it Come on, baby . 'id we . K vw- li KF A curve or a fast ball? 98 Where's the ball? X '4 '-X. .4- L Casey at bat. A study in motion The Newton High School baseball team is looking forward to a banner year, Coach Ferguson's perennial contenders for suburban league supremacy begin the season with several tune-up games against Revere and Norwood before officially starting against our neighbor, Newton South. The inclement weather has delayed outdoor practices for the early part of March, but the pitchers have had plenty of warm-up in the drill shed. Led by batterymates and co-captains Gerry Marchand and Mike Libman, the Tigers will make themselves known around the circuit. XVielding big bats and displaying finesse on the field will be returnees Bruce Marquis, George Kerr. Fred Dalicandro, Mike Pasquarosa, and newcomer Don Mason. Best of luck for .i successful season. l. .4 , . Here it comes, here it comes!! If Stengel could see me ni 99 . .,. :F.,, 5-.-in F . FIRST ROW: left to right: Bowen, Aufranc, Hollis, Sherman, Wade. SECOND ROW: Porier, Purple, Ranley, Mr. Willard. RIFLE TEAM 8t RIFLE CLUB The members of the rifle team C pictured abovej are chosen from the rifle club, licensed by the National Rifle Association. Newton is a member of the Middlesex Interscholastic Rifle League consisting of nine high schools. During this past year the team won seven of its ten matches including two private school matches. Captain- elect Peter Wade looks forward to another victorious season next year. , R l l r ,S LJ i ,tw T00 'IKIHI .fx 'W nf?" Q' W-I i 1-0 FIRST ROW: M. Lothrop, S. Steinberg, B. Bernheimer, P. Muther, Sveta Mitrovich. SECOND ROW: left to right: 1. Cohen, T. Aufranc, S. Hecht, B. Spinner, D. Alpert. TENNIS The tennis team .it Newton High Sthvol last years Massachusetts State .intl Nev England Champions. is entering upon new frontier. This spring has witnessetl the tnitfrgtai of a new coach. Mr. Gordon Eliot who N replacing a fine mentor in Xlr lftiwpart Posltitt. Both Coach liliot .. ti C.zpt:9" Ste' Hecht have weltornetl .2 .arge :1..i. i more than thirty' hots. Front all earn' in.. cations, Newton High Sgiioois :ennw team shonltl have .1 winning season. CUTDOOR TRACK fi Newton's outdoor track team looks forward to . " -x . Q . a . ef another sensational season. The Boylermakers, sup- i ported by many returnees from last year, hope to recapture the State Championship. Coaches Boyle ' and Gallagher are looking to such boys as Dick 5 Carle, Alvin Allen, Ted DeWolf, Tucker Lillis, Pete McKenney, and jay Lavely for outstanding per- formances. The excellent balance of this year's team might prove to be the key to victory. 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U 5 s C Q I C 5 Q a . Q Q x ' I s Q Q Q ' s 0 . . , Q ' . ur 0 ., .i Q Q Q , 1 1 Q , Q . Q ' . , o Q t ' u I . 'Q 1 ' . Q - Q 0 Q , . . ' 5 U 5 Q . Q . . - . . . S ' . u . I . o ' Q Q . I A 7 . C Q 1 ' - Md' ? TIGERAMA -Jing Tigerama, since its modest beginning as a tempo- rary event in October, 1955, has become a permanent feature of Newton High School. It assumed a new aspect this year as the two high schools vied for the honor' of staging "the best Tigeramaf' As a result, all the Tigerama's-"the Roaring 20's," "South of the Border," and the others-were very successful. Tigemma Committee: FIRST ROW: Mrs. Geiger fadvisorj, Betsy Rogers, Jane Meyer, Sue Adams, Dorothy Derick. Martha Lee, Judy Dietz, Tina Currens. SECOND ROW: Dick, Alcorn, Victor Lipoma, Daniel Wood, John Jones, Dan Kent. 5 u. Q ef. A K3 , ,, A . f f aw rt,-f'- - f X .IUNICJR PRCDM , 0 cub i ,5 K. ,sw an J. I 4-W l .5 ,WJ 9 My Q, .ft itslfl 4- Q M V r , Y 3 firm Arori! The Oriem has imyaded :he West. r -x l . . . . Shaw boys brmg themr dures to rhe Xe-xxzon Hzg: School rea house for the Junior Prom An Grim ral motif invites all to have .1 good time -I.zp.a:x-Q: style under the watchful eye of Buddha. Nm 14,93 Wi I ill ' HONU SOCIETY Nl ,su Class of 1961 William Chester Albert Peter Gordon Arnold St. George Tucker Aufranc Janet Marion Berstein Richard Jonathan Blocker Linda Claire Brauninger Elaine Frances Brecher Johanna Phoebe Brown Barbara Ann Bugbee Deborah McLeod Camp Marilyn Jane Caruso Daniel Cash Susan Frances Chipman Carolyn Louise Connors Ruth Susan Cooperstein Nancy Jean Costello Sandra Jean Crook Judith Ann Davidson Sally Jean Day Janet Ellen Feldman Maxine Martler Fineberg Ronald Thomas Flanagan Jeffrey Mark Freedman Leslie Jane Garber Judith Gilbern Rf' The slgniftcince of thc National Honor Society pin which is rcproduccd hcre is explained by the following cxcerpts from thc annual induction ceremony The cmblcm of this organization is thc keystone and the flaming torch At thc base of the keystonc appear thc lcttcrs C S L and S which represent the four chief principles of the society. Character Service Leadership and Scholarship. As the keystone forms a base to hold the perfcct arch in perpetual stability so the structure of our education must be held firm and true to the purposes of life by the virtues represented in this symbol .... -sim-v.Li2f11 ' ' "f "-'l"'0"'Ab NATICDNAL HONOR SOCIETY N . JST' 1 " ,,. P .. -' l i TF- xmas" -N - V . . , 1 V ' ' A " ' , 1 .4..- ' ' I Ar. . . 5 -9 I. I, '55, 1 E 4 A i 75' C 1- J J . . . . I ..'-.a " ' " -" -3 .. 1 ' Y ' . 1 J QQ-ff ' , 1 ' is ' 1 s 1 SP 4 4 -.Q ,Q .iv 5 , INDUCTED APRIL 25, 1961 Ellen Collette Grant Stephen Anthony Hecht Edward Carl Henry Lesley Sue Intriligator Robert Swig Johnson Robin Joan Kaufman Susan Hoke King Emily Rachel Kopans Linda Antin Levine David Averett Low David Lawrence Maltz Salvatore Gerry Marrazzo John Cutler Merrill Jane French Meyer Maureen Viola Murphy Nancy Jean Myers David Roland Olson Ronald George Orner Marie Else Paul Albert James Paulino Laurence Robert Perkins Barbara Joan Perlmutter Mark Anthony Peters Anne Joyce Pinciss Jeffrey Robert Prince Joan Christine Richardson Lillian Susan Rich Michael Morris Rosbash Steven Malcolm Roser Barbara Ann Ross Karen Lynn Rothstein Peter Bigelow Sahlin Gail Louise Shaw Scott Livingston Silliman Barbara Ann Slotnik Sandra Small Jeanette Shepherd Smith Judith Sandra Spector Frances Paula Stefan Jon Harlan Steinberg Alan Paul Swanson Barbara Jean Swanton Marshall Steven Tate Milton Joseph Tatelman Jean Mildred Turnbull Beverly Rose Vertucca Deborah Ruth Weiss David Mark Winer Class of 1962 David Andrews Carol Jean Angoff Gerald Harvey Angoff Alfredo Battista Mary Patricia Bivans Jean Martha Byron Nancy Lee Caroline Arnold Jerold Cohen Rachel Elizabeth Davis Paul Ronald deRensis Barbara Ann DeSantis Edward Samuel Goldstein Sumner Ira Grossman Marylin Christine Haley Nancy Nichols Jackson Ann Deborah Kahalas Richard Joel Kates Marsha Toby Katz Donna Ruth Lavers Karen Elizabeth Manners Richard Scott Mansfield Bernard Francis Mathaisel William Baynard Meissner Paul Seidel Muther Jerrold Norman Oppenheim Gerald David Palmer Jeffrey Allan Shane Janet Ruth Shapiro Robert Alan Spinner Susan Barbara Tepper Katherine Badger Tower Martin Henry Wolfson 1 rl. f I 31 ,X 108 ha... ICU! 9 ZA " - f if INDUCTED APRIL 26, 1960 Stephen Harlow Berman john Paul Bilezikian Kenneth Copeland Cummins Patricia Zee Deats Dorothy Bosk Derick David Kenneth Devore Sarah Elizabeth Everett Marcia Karen Fay Nancy Helen Fine Hiram David Gordon Helen Susan Greenberg Stephen jay Greenblatt Neil Jason Grossman "The flaming torch is the emblem of our purposes: to bear forward the searching light of truth, to lead that others may follow in the light, to keep burning in our school a high ambition for the enduring values of life, and to nourish the flame of the torch with ourselves." Class of 1961 Elizabeth Hanna Gutman joan Valerie Hoops Joseph Leon Jacobson Sheila Marlene Jacobson Betty Louise josephson Elise Amy Klein Stephanie Laird Krebs Donald Kerry Kurson john Hillman Lavely, Jr. Carol jane Levi Susan Barbara LeVine Susanne Ehrlich Lipp Richard Marvin Lockwood Mark Avery Lothrop Nancy joan Lurensky Beverly Shriver Mitchell Lois Paula Novack Karen Lee Secunda joel Louis Selig Mary Theresa Sheehan Thomas Nathan Tsutsumi Cheryl Ann Walley Sidney Ira Wfax Frances Witw Frances Ellen Yoffe i This year the society, with the faithful guidance of its new advisor, Miss Rachel johnson, decided to emphasize Service. The group organized and participated in a work 5 day, during which the members offered their free services F to some families in the poorer parts of Boston. OFFICERS SEATED: Joel Selig, Preriderztg Miss Rachel A. johnson, Adrirorg Sally Everett, Vice-President. STANDING: Pat Deats, Literary Reprerentativeg Dick Lockwood, Trearurer: Steve Berman, Literary RepreJef1ta!i1'e,' Cheryl Walley, Secretary. A 109 4 ..q. J' Q in C 'R . 'affx ' 'If , .X Q 5 I A, :Ln 4' L.,- Jiv' ' -1 r 'F wr. mpg. L. 4 s J, id ,. F N x X X 'nf r H?" if fix, 5 9 ,f J- - .. 1 722: .xi H V 13 3 'g'5:.-if - ' A 4 , 'W 6, ,X Jjqf, f 4 2 if Q , ,iv gy ,I ' X, 45' ,Ti Ye, V , '4 Q , 4'-iffy, K Aww X mf? . -.,, if '1 Aix Y 312 43 'it' fiffgox 'E f W" V 5? , ASQ 3 ,',. 2 ' ' 1.1 4' IQ 1 A , 4: v ' .Ski 1 1' Hwinnq 5, fw- fr f , - ..-N Q f v 1. U :I r" .Ir I CQNVICT DAY AQ: I' ,lu Mp u1 I , by W 1, W W X F V! P4 'f KP lui' I V Ml! If l JA 'Til' M 11 f M - 4 ' 'f' ' ' '. ' Nr '4 'P 1 'I 4 vf W if H 4 1 Ng g i l 15 " :lVf , H Il I lv M + .1. g H "M QI " wh nj' 5 ' ' I' L Ili, ' fy A M, g A' IQQIN J v ' bfi ki' If ,L lr I-,mx I' Ii HN N MM J "IMG "' kc li W , 1 ' 1 kj ,Hi 1 W P ' M f f '21 W' Y L' 'V - Em WI' F L l ' My l W M J! W Q g.--- pq., ey WINTER CARNIVAL january 28 on the school athletic field passers-by might have noted that the Future Sculptors of America Club was having an outing. This was not the case. Al- though there may have been out on the field a few would-be sculptors - and there were a few who we hope have no such aspiration - this was Newton High's first winter carnival. The hardy students who braved the cold that Saturday had to cajole, plead with, and curse the powdery snowg but some very presentable statues resulted. The culmination of the Carnival came February 11, at the Winter Carnival dance, sponsored by the Sophomore Class, when the best of these were awarded prizes. First prize went to the Tiger's Head. The giant Telephone won second prize. Tying for third place were the Alligator and the Buddha. The Guitar and St. George and the Dragon were awarded honorable mention. 3 . -if 7' MH uf, f or i ,. t ,,., Af :ia , I .. fa " I ,yr Q l was ggi? Q -5 , ra iii f52"i3F K., 34? T? 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Once in the air, we are confident that nothing will go wrong, nothing will go wrong, nothing will go wrong, nothing will go wrong .... I LX HOUSE AIDS SEATED: Mrs. Geiger, Mrs. Leone. STANDING: Mrs. Russo, Mrs. -Walsh, Mrs. Boyd. Hilel Miss Cahill, Guidance Secretary: Miss Higgins, Secretary to Mr. Gradone. MAIN OFFICE SECRETARIES Miss Waterhouse, Mrs. Hopkins, Miss McDonald. 114 L x CREW A-'79 MRS. SMITH Secretary to the Principal ' --u-9, I 'J T7 HOUSE SECRETARIES FIRST ROW: Mrs. Boucher, Mrs. Sheafe. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Calnan. Mrs. Kenney, Mrs. Chartier, Mrs. Mar- golin. COLLEGE RECORDS OFFICE SECRETARIES Nlrs,Lwpei.1r1J.MrS.G:f5rrt.Mzss Exile Y. . X 'Q CULINARY HELPER5 FIRST ROXY: Mary Hunter. -I. B0iss.ann1.u:lr. A. Russo. P. Espcsxtc, A. Norvia. M. Zebel. A. Quaranre. D. Bsqqsri. SECOND ROWY A. Leone M. Bsbbin. M. Moreau. C. Regan. D. Baccari. I.. Hanlon. D. Cedrone. R. O'DQhe-rry, E. Sutherland. 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Z d ,' X YY Y 244 -k ,M X ' ' ' S , 1 i A W M- Q- NL-gY i A R ... 7. .. ,,. ' f W, V K ' i , A A f E- H Xa T, - Y- - --, ci .,- hai ? Qi C V' ' g' ,ff ' "' - W 1--L-S ' " X f 'gi if 'X , k 1 X fx fl Lf, . r R W g W 'X 4.5, Lan: -. - Q ul-1 H.: 1 ts, , Ct . , Q, ' - f-rsh, v xi'-. Gifs, , xl. Il Y .5 EQ.,-A rr . . v 19" -f 1 A 4 F' - .iqylur ' ' N' O fir , 5 1 H f I M I ll ,- a I .I 1 .I I. .I - I I w Ve l l i l "' wr l J 3 l l l l 's l bl l li Li l ' !lr:'f5i--'feat-J" " gl' ' 4 i l l NEWTONIAN AD STAFF l li i l l l l I Suzanne Healy, Carol DiRusso, Nancy Anderton, Jane Meyers. MISS- l ING: Fred Aronow, Sveta Mitrovitch, joan Richardson, Phy l Santis, Nancy Kupferman, Editory Tucker Aufranc. '1 'l I e rf- .f ,fd ,Q I' 1 ,. .fx a w' 1: 1 l X A at A " l i l l i X l l 122 NEWTONIAN CIRCULATION STAFF La -. 1 l We are the Frankensteins! Don't ask us how we did it. just enjoy it. Our story is too long, complicated, and unbelievably hilarious to be told here in unexpulrgated form. A novel en- titled Dean Place is expected to appear soon. Meanwhile, we ROW 1: Ruth Cooperstein, Barbara Sachs, Cindy Robinson, Lillian Rich. ROW 2: Charles Fiermonte, Gene Summers, Bob Zakon, Steve Hecht Editor. ROW 33 Howard Wensley, Ed Hootstein, Peter Ar- nold,, Ken Cummings. NOT PRESENT: Van Lipoma, Jane White, Stanley Lapon, Carolyn Ward. NEWTONIAN ART STAFF T I l I V i i FIRST ROW: Maxine Fineberg, john Bilezikian, Editorg Miss Sartori, Advisory Merry Lou Schweitzer. SECOND ROW: Mary Ellen Huck, Trudy Harrington, Ellen Chasson, Vic Lipoma, Bob johnson, Arxirtant Editorg Kenny Galner. X , blast off, leaving this Newtonian behind. If you hvae criticisms, the FBI will help track us down. And now a serious note. We run the risk of terseness for the sake of being sincere. Thank you, Mr. Rossi, for a wonderful year. You know we love you, sir. FIRST ROW: Margie Dobkin, Elayne Shapiro, Bette joselle, Elise Klein, Editorp Marcia Falkof, Anne Pinciss, Emily Kopans. SECOND ROW Rosemary Fiumara, Vida Boorstein, joan Hoops, Marji Fox, Judy Gilbern, Carol Steinberg. NEWTONIAN DATA STAFF FIRST ROW: Nancy Lurensky, Sally,Day, Sue Chipman. SECOND ROW: Donna Lawson, Barbara Slotnik, Sally Everett, Editor: Nancy Fine, Linda Brauninger. THIRD ROW: Sue Levine, Bev Mitchell, Sheila Jacobson, Jill Colpak. Carol Levi, Milton Tatelman, Cheryl XValley. Editor: Helen Greenberg. NOT PRESENT: Hiram Gordon, Terry Sheehan. NEWTONIAN COPY STAFF W NEYVTONIAN FEATURE STAFF ti C7 K S NEWTONIAN PHOTO STAFF David Maltz, David Devore, David Halberstadt, Editorf Bob Goldstein, Mike Draper. NEWTON IAN EXECUTIVES Mr. Rossi, Adfviror Pat Deats, Editor Stephanie Krebs, C0-ofdinator Mike Berger, Bzuiness Manager Victor Lipoma, NTI-IS Co-ordinator -:C NEWTONIAN LITERARY STAFF .Joel Selig, Editorg Mark Peters, Karen Secunda, jon Stein- berg, Mark. Lothrop. NOT PRESENT: Joseph Jacobson, jeff Prince. I l. 5 124 NEWTONIAN SPORTS STAFF FIRST ROW: Jean Turnbull, Scott Silliman, Editorg Sally Erickson. SECOND ROW: Warren Cohen, Dick Lock- wood. X ..rtf.fl I kr NEWTONITE AD STAFF SITTING: B. jensky, D. Hunter, M. Calk. STANDING: B. White, M. Corman, E. White S. Goodman. NEWTCJNITE .40 r-'I' NEWS FLASH: Mr. Sobol. we hare ro interrupt you. bur . . . 125 Everybody was talking about the Newionite this year, and for good reasons, for this year saw the metamorphosis of a newspaper. Under the leadership of Fran Yoffe, Editor-in-Chief, the Newtonite was transformed from merely an official record to a journal of opinions and un- biased news reporting. The staff of the Newtonite has become proficient in turning out a newspaper with the fire of a college journal and the discretion necessary to a high school paper. Topics such as school spirit, religion in the public schools, and disarmament -were given special attention. omni While often taking stands on, these issues, the Newtonite has sought less to persuade students than to make them think. The school newspaper has fought a bitter battle to make the student commit himself, become involved. Editors Fran Yoffe, Carol Levi, Jeff Prince, Dan Wood, Fran Witty, and Nancy Caroline have constantly stuck out their delicate necks in the hope that someone would bother to take a whack at them. The entire staff and advisor George P. Nye are to be commended for a job well done. X .M-I Han P3"l is-idk CZ5lve NEWTONITE The newspaper of Newton High School and of Newton South High School, Newton, Massachusetts 204 per copy 52.00 per year In its thirty-ninth year of reporting school events, airing student opinion, and serving as a record. Fifteen issues per year. Advisor: George Nye Editor-In-Chief Feature Editors Copy Editor Frances Yoffe Mimi Kay Joyce Goodman Managing Editor ifndna Isexgils i Ann Kahalas Jeffrey Prince Jaillgsrlierriiplro Exchange Editor Make-up Editor Patti Karlin Ixancy Caroline Carol Levi - Headline Editor Jane Hogan Spmits Editor. A B . Richard Geist nne and Assignment Editor Daniel Wood E, I. Frances Witty Larry Dukafz Arlgarggtogtone Judy Burakoff Circulation Manager Photography Edlflm' Bonnie Pheeny Ronald Promboin Staj Reporters: Martha Feldman, Alan Maged Circulation Staf Advisor: Michael Papa Advertising Sales Staff Advisor: Miss Virginia Altieri 127 REFLECTIONS Reflerlionr contains some of Newton High School's finest literary and artistic endeavors. For a nominal cost one can enjoy the works of a student who may some day be as well-known as the origin- ator of "Little Orphan Annie" or the author of "The Nancy Drew Mysteries." FIRST ROW: Carol Fox, Pam Saphite, Judy Davidson, jill Colpak. SECOND ROW: Karen Rothstein, Dick Lockwood, Ed Hootstein, Mark Lothrop, Nancy Myers. Robert Berezin, Patricia Deats, Stephen Greenblatt, Co-editorf Eda Gesmer, Burinery Manager. ORANGE BOOK During the first week of school, you may see a bewildered sdphomore reach hurriedly into his books, grab a small orange volume, thumb through the pages, and then, with a look of purpose, rush off down the hall. Later, when he has become oriented, the sophomore will find this publication, the Orange Book, helpful in his selection of activities. Even upperclassmen find the book of assistance. This book is organized by students, set up by students, and pub- lished by students for the assistance of students. X . STUDY HABITS 4-J -11' J,..-v-- S ' 129 J . .5 Q - n X , ""'-' . r . ' I- ' . , . ,. . I X , . .5 . 1 ' Q If up.: - . a!-A . , . ,A D 'Q nl- I 0 . . , - . . . n ' . -' . 1 , x O D . Q J 0 I ' . a - ' Q . - . . . . ' u O' n X n U Q 9 ' . . - ' A . i e 1 ' . -, 1 4 H ' . . , . . , . - . 1 . 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' Q' 0 '- . Q I Q pf ' . Q - Q O Q Q Q Q Q , I Q l 1 0 , . , Q Q Q I . . l Q Q ' . , ' O . O Q . ' l Q ' I Q Q 0 Q Q , ' ' Q ' '- Q ' Q ' Q. ' 0 Q Q Q Q Q . ' I Q Q . , Q Q H Q ' . L ' . , N Q ' Q 0 - ' ' ' U . ' Q' Q - , Q ' Q Q ' I I 5 Q . Q l 5 Q Q Q Q ' Q 0' Q ,. Q Q Q Q A ' Q ' Q - 0 Q ' Q , Q . Q Q ' , ' s Q Q , Q ' I - . . . . I C ' O , Q 0 I Q 4 Q Q ' ' . Q Q f - ' - 0 Q Q ' ' . Q Q 5 . x 0 Q - Q . Q . Q Q I . Q Q Q Q, . . Q Q Q ' ' .Q . QQ ' Q U , ' QQ . Q o s . - ' Q Q , - Q o Q Q u Q - Q Q , ' Q S Q Q . Q Q . ' Q Q Q Q Q ,..,s . I, Q , U on ' Q Q , . , . . r I ' . Q Q , Q ' Q - , '. Q , ' ' i Q Q n ' Q Q Q ' Q , Q PHILCDSOPHY During our sojourn in this little world, many of us have begun to reach out toward a greater understanding of ourselves and our universe. Challenging just about every idea handed down by our eldersi we have become misanthropists and humanists, conservatives and radicals. We have discussed our ideas in religious youth groups, in the Senior Symposium, in philosophy clubs, on picket lines, and in coffeeihouses. We have read and written and arguedg we have become individualists and individuals. In fact, some of us have become such individualists that we have denounced those who frequent Harvard Square as pseudo-intellectualsg others have denounced the denouncers as bigots and equally-pseudo-intellectuals. And so on. ZX L 132 KC NIXUM S 'f5N'Vf0Y 4,62 Q 'MW Aw 0 P53 Y' J667fJCf Ag., A Nb mc,1n'n'u ANNUAL ffl t2 Jff7 C? DRAMA FESTIVAL 04,206 -1 Second , ff 42 Q ,Sy , E QQ A - my 1 1 6.6901 chaff f 06' 3 72,4456 Qu 50 40,5 .9 Z 140 l 0 V THF of an 086 lc gf00 gjun. .. - 'I cLnSSgQ4ZZgA,,lf,2,1iSs lffw 'fo EW lor Sf 'A ' BONGO DRUMS M53 pifff :wa Ofkdo Wes 8 . - , LW, We y pro S . Lvheo erm i . f LVMXAQA 'Q A f D El M 6? W O An th. i S SVS X O 5 W Of' y mg We ' fb f' be 6, J, nj! or q N'Q Q5 . 1 9 3 t 1? Aff ff? F 40' 9Q+ LW SMS? 2'- i 44, ,fy Mark ,A 4, W5 f ,,, 3 Q 66 C700 QRS? VQ 9 ff KV 09,5 '72 - QD 3 : -1 T 'fy gf 401 J' fbffo' P 'L Q INT Q if fee!-f IG' 5 Q ca Hmmm Pb L5 ef A Q Q ff 5 -1 . 57' ,' NAL BUS Are M 3 2 QL1CSt1OI1SRfi'J,' d d N533 M0,e TZ' Worfh .2 X. " 7ZCC!YMAN'Ac: n Women? 2 ' va I al STUDENTS VIEW FILM d0I'k""wWw5'7.'w'w Q, fqf 423. UPEHATIUN ABUUTIUN S060 Z EJUTNUT3 larsblbs XG 4 pee ULQ J PO G01 ff C9 0 . R Pe Q8 ga J' Sane Polic HCP-I0 Q57 St , lr Y I-QQ9 'Ye N 0 FO 0669 1 GW Voice Q I' Armamenf as SK. SOCXG5 l For Opinion co, WHH GOLDLQRTER S?af1oc Newtcnlan Reaches FQANPHD ' Technical High WHAT WE TALK ABOUT PLANNING AHEAD W X67 fb K9 'Lf A 1' ff A w QW I f ' V ' X, I 0 ff X , 0' sw, Q6 . AAAA A N N """' J 9' IL ' X 7 Wx X fx.. ,152 ,s-Y J S 'X OQSN j Xf C2 f A . X - X 4d6s?,v.0!llll4 .N Z , , tjlfwmivf If , X QW-fiqffi f1?zs211 .A4 Q f -I y f Q I t Y 134 H 1 n-- -V-v-aw, YK FIRST ROW: Karen Rothstein, Barbara Slotnick, Dianne Shnider, Susan Chipman, Linda Shapiro, Barbara Perlmutter, Cherie Lamkin. SECOND ROW: Karen Rothstein, Louise Siegal, Stephanie Witten, Joyce Brown, Jeanne Taylor, jay Mehlsak, Mr. Sutton. - - ji-n 'W . b,' if FIRST ROW: E. Greenman, D. Phillips. D. Ippolito, R. May, J. Flagg. SECOND ROW: M. Cooper, D. Huff, S. Haven, L. Keene. C. Connors. 'VO E30 ill 1 ,.. 51" -s D FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA There is an orrgarimitxon in f, .7 1 Future Teachers of Arneriet Club 'l'E.:s eourages students to enter rhe te.tt:.zn: prim. with guest speakers and field trips in SC"iL' houses and to elementary schools. 'lime tlub E s ri all-girl membership. but the advisor. Mr Sant-, hopes of adding a few male names to the r-L.. CADUCEANS The C.tdt1ee.tns is one ot tile ri sf us is clubs .tt Newton High School. but unter x s purpose is not understood by ttios s e T club is not only for people planning time 'N ing .ind medieine. but tor .all people wht may go into some neld ot E1t.zI:?1. or uit s interested in the stzbieef. ltxrnzng its: ' p hearing problems was t'1'.:b's 1 ts experience this year. Our uudcnr: lpply than phnlosophy md plfms for rhe fururg by uorkmg, Another mczdenml goal of rhenr employ mmf lb money' -. 2 ,Hg 'ww 95' Reilly Committee .-.-..-- -. - - - .-- - --- - . - - 1 u. --.--- J. LeBrun, Orange Sale.r,' I-I. Peck, Vice Prexidentf S. Fay, Presidentg M. Higgins, T. Tarlow, C. Howes, P. Halligan, C. DiBenedetto, M. Lee, Treafufer: L. Ware, D. Wotmd, S. Roser, B. Thursten, D. Olson. Steve: Gr-r-r-r-eat! 137 Hit- tub uf me R.:i.'. f st,iiiev.'li,it Vfhfiililfj schfitil spirit nur tif Nr i H sttidents. The U2!I'il'I'ilY'L".' E. jtib during the ffifitbtll it t I year its meniben invi unique half-time s?.t,v.w ti keep spirits up thmtigfi moments tif the senwn. 1 '. , l PARENT - TEACHER STUDENT I ASSOCIATION The Parent-Teacher-Student Association is a unique liason machine coordinating, discussing, and working with the mutual problems of these three groups. Mem- bership in the Association theoretically includes all students, their parents, and teachers at Newton High. Although it may seem impossible that the students ever make headway against such odds, this is not the case. The students do their share of the decision-making and discussing. Paul Muther, Fran Witty, Sally Young, Dan Wood. ORANGE SHIELD Being an Orange Shield member is a lonely job. A typical day? activities consist of watching a section of stu- dents eat quietly and politely, reminding them that their trays do not belong on the floor, calmly discussing the problem of neatness with those who object, and clean- ing up the mess after stu- dents have left it. The only prerequisite for the job is that the applicant should have read and studied How to Win Friendr and Influence People. Chairman: Kenny Galner, Advirorri Mr. Batchelder. SERVICE FIRST ROW: Susan Bernheimer, Cheryl Wooten, Barbara Ross, Ellen Entin, Sue Pekin, Rita Hyfa Eda Larkin, Sally Whelan, jane White, Patty Sisson SECOND ROW: Linda Levine, Nancy Blake, Maril lyn Halzy, janet Berstein. Susan Sakovitz, Sally Ever- ett, Nancy Anderton, Andy Hydl, Jane Alexander THIRD ROW: Bob McCarthy, Jody Davidson, Lori raine Di Luzio, Lilian Rich, Richard Lockwood 7 Paula Needle, Nancy Freiman, Charlene Maguire, Deborah Kinsella, Susan Fay. FOURTH ROW: Phil Manning, Alan Andler, Neil Grossman, Donald Kur- son, Jay Lavely, Russ McKinnon, Stephen Lewis, David Olson, John Bilezikian, Steve Roser. FIFTH ROW: Jerry Dangel, Kenneth Brown, Dick Wirth Jack Nevile, David Fox, Richard Ferris, Mark Loth- rop,, Brad Thurston, Mike West. 138 Preridenlz Dotsy Derick, Vice-President: Barbara Matthewsg Secretary: Judie Wittenberg, Treasurer: Diane Singer, Advirorr: Mrs. Kendall, Mr. Chalmers, Joyce Alban, Judi Baden, Karen Brower, Laura Cerf, Donna Derick, Carol Dubins, Linda Duchin, Sue Fisher, Karen Gilmen, Ronne Green, Nancy Greenman, Lesley Intriligator, Marsha Katz, Elise Klein, Roberta Levine, Adele Lipofsky, Larry Maguire, Charlene Ma- guire, Pat Meehan, Betty Miller, Wendy Myers, Winnie Myers, Carol Nadell, Bill Overholt, Wendy Phillips, Ellie Rose, Karen Rothstein, Diane Sones, Barry Stiller, Joan Thormann, Sheila Tocman. STUDENT OFFICE SECRETARIES Little Student Office Secretaries brightened up the commons rooms again this year, helping lessen the burden of paperwork on the Mama secretaries, and at the same time doing what comes naturally: answering the telephone. FIRST ROW: Bette Joselle, Linda Gerson. SECOND ROW: Pat Deats, Jeannette Smith, Noreen Dwyer. THIRD SOVZI: Carol Eggers, Anita Villeggs, Sue King, Suzanne isse . I . F . I 4 A E ilk 139 HIGH SCHOOL COUNCIL OF RED CROSS Newton High can be proud of the t.-.orlf 'icing 'E the High School Council of Red Cross, forinerl',' s the Junior Red Cross. The group began the year v-.' . drive in home rooms which netted over two ltpiritlrefl dul- lars, Then in January, the group served at the NX'es' Ron:- bury Veterans' Hospital no Sundays. and on Jttriu,trj.' l'J'f. Junior Red Cross Sunday, it swamped the hospitals t.-.:'?. forty dozen homemade cookies. Throughout the year Ile clsh gradually filled a huge chest with articles ranging iron' toothpaste and washcloths to a soccer ball. This chest. Llc'- signed to last forty-eight children for a full year, will be one of many released by the Red Cross to disaster .areas The club also made its own "fun books" for children from six Tw eleven, to send to the Peabody Home for Crippled Children and to children in Newton who are unable to attend school. The club slipped in one responsibility this year. as its Newtonian picture had to be postponed due to .1 poor turn- out. The photographer went unannounced to the following.: meeting, however, and found almost the entire club there. Figure that one out! W Bl' QC 'I' Q-. .ffacaf--.-N 1 1 - -- 'ft ,,-..,... .-4, HOME ROOM MANAGERS 71 1-5 . ,Fry W ......... ' S ' ' ' lA2.a.ad1.f- ..L..f.....?......aa-...1'..awaw-.wa L:'r..:..ff' ' ' L I i hp ff 'Q M A: A. v., - ite-Urns: ,QM V ACTIVITIES COMMISSION FIRST ROW: Dick Lockwood, Lynn Ware, Pat Deats. SECOND ROW: Mark Lothrop, Dave Fox, Danny Wood. . , a,, .-Q.. .. ....... .aaa .1 -wa Day in and day out, the dedicated home room managers slave devotedly, collecting money. To them is relegated the job of selling SAT'S C good for one dollar off the low price of a Newtonianj, distributing Newtonites Cof which key features are mentioned in the Newtonianl, collecting class dues Call three classes are represented in the Newtonianj, and , of course, giving eager students their chance to buy a Newtonian. Naturally, these students are admired by their classmates, appreciated by their teachers, and lauded by the Newtonian, whose sale would be impossible without their help. Adviror: Mr. H. Ferguson, Bacon: M. Champion, S. Young, G. Hicks, T. Schell, J. Merrill, R. McKinnon, R. Kimball, N. Meyers 7 P. Wolff, A. Silberberg, A. Dinner. Barry: L. Duchin, N. Goldberg, H. Podell, B. Snyder, W. Myers, T. Howard, E. Kates, D. Berg, J. Thompson, S. Lewis, R. Morse. Bealrz C. Black, S. Feinstein, J. Dietz, R. Low, M. Fineberg, A. Rolanti, S. Gratto, B. Schlosberg, J. Shapiro, B. Joselle. Adamr: S. Healy, M. Oven, S. Sakovitz, R. Mechem, L. Kemelgor, H. Daniels, J. White, B. Fane, B. Sellers M. Wolfson, S. Soble. Palmer: M. Daner, K. Stonem, J. Baden: E. Winston, P. Margil, D. Giroux, P. Piccirillo, B. Patterson, N. Dwyer, J. Myers, J. Freedman, D. Reynolds, M. Weinreb. Riley: S. Averbuck, J. Blodgett, P. Bivans, V. Delmastro, R. Lubin, D. Ma- loney, S. Kissell, A. Villegas, P. Wish, B. Sachs. With so many projects and activities going on at once in our large school, a central organizing body is needed. The Activities Commission, through its four subsidiary boards, sees to it that sixteen hundred students do not all pile into the assembly hall in one X-block, and that Tigerama, Drama Festival, and a basketball game are not all scheduled for the same Friday night. The Assembly Board and the Social Board eliminate confiicts with the help of Mrs. Smith, Mr. Me- chem's secretary. The Publications Board helps coordinate the financial affairs of the Newtonian, the Newtonite, and the Orange Book. The Clubs Board makes sure that our twenty- three, clubs follow the rules set up for them by the school constitution. X . 4. -QQOQFHW .ww ' A .adn I. ...Q rw' Sliielfl dhrirrag lpiicl. ,ft they help ll..1llll.illl I.. SLIIUUI ADMINISTRATIVE AIDS MOTIGN PICTURE SQUAD You are serenely watching the physics lilm on the three fundamental types of forces, when, suddenly, ten seconds of the chariot scene from Ben Hur flashes on the screen. Such surprises can be attributed to the indefatigable sense of humor of Mr. Raymond Stephens and his Mo- tion Picture Squad. Although, for obvious reasons the squad members do not wear orange and black arm-bands with the letters 'MP' on them, this does not indicate that these boys are less important than the famous tr.irTic squad members. All kidding aside, the 'MPS perform .in im- portant service, and at the same time they gain v.1li1.ible experience in the fields of motion pictures and mass hysteria. Leonard Cline, Robert I-Ielpin, Preridenty Kenneth Drucker, Paul Epstein, Bruce Kemelgor, George Brener, Stanley Lapon. T-w 141 IS, gl l'll45'I' Iifllil' ,I lir. A Hv..iri'.',r.. 'l'tJ,ufu vnifll. fr f..':II,'7Ii": ll! f. I' I5.7f.f' l'fL.'l.ff,fI T- l. .um il' 'IHIJ l'f1"l1L' I, 1 fu 11.1, fi fr 1.27 l. l.': I I ff' 'f 'AJl77fzJV. I' 1 V Crzul f Jn. F. l' , ltr, :' ' 1 ' . I V .WI 'lilie."xflr1.irr:s'r..':'.c', s tl1c'l't'cPin1c.iIlI1:?,ME. i 1 v.'a','s rlleu' .ict ,rs .rr U A f-'NN 6, 13... ,W-AA- A group from Vietnam visits NHS. Miss Hazard joins the navy D-4 NHS students visit the UN. ' X AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE .ng I . I g...4 I ,JN ldhf rv it I.. fi H .Q A f 5 J gk if 'Qs A I Q I I .u IA P p .M .Ei " if! . I,-'I Qui? II. F I I 4 5' ' I Q, I . . 'gi W5 5- ..4, Sylviane Colombo. Italian AFS. exchange student to Newton High School. J. Berstein, J. Bilezikian, P. Boyadjian, L. Brauninger, M. Calk, S. Carroll, S. Chipman, L. Chtisman, S. Colombo, J. Colpak, M. Daner, R. Davis, J. Dietz, A. Diman, S. Everett, M. Falkof, C. Fox, S. Fisher, E. Gesmer, J. Gilbern, K. Gleason, N. Goldberg, R. Goran, G. Hagelstein, R. Handler, A. Hassing, D. Hunter, S. Jacobs, B. Jenskay, R. Kaufman, S. King, S. Klamberg, M. Laserson, C. Levi, D. Lockwood, K. Marcus, J. Medalia, M. Meyer, B. Mitchell, M. Morse, P. Muther, M. Prebe, B. Sachs, G. Sadriel, B. Schlosberg, M. Shapiro D. Shnider, J. Simonds, D. Singer, B. Slotnik, B. Snider, B. Swanton, T. Tarlow, M. Tatel- man, I. Taymore, S. Tepper, K. Tower, A. Villigas, L. Werman, L. White, J. Wittenberg, F. Yoffe. M Stanley Freedman, Newton High School A.F.S. exchange student to Italy, shown with his Italian "par- ents." v rv W I il, 3 .L,4.i.ih- ,T if ' ki Sue Draisin. Newton Higa I School AFS. exchange student to Norwlv shown with her Norwe- Barbara Swanton, Newton High im .TQ-igtlr.. School A.F.S. exchange student to g ' ' K L ' New Zealand. Commerce was good this year, report co-chairman Robin Kaufman and Dick Lockwood. Imports included: Sylvia Colombo, Italvg Roswitha Radhubet. Austriag Steen Hamerum, Denmark. Exports included: Sue Draisin to Norwavg Barbara Swanton to New Zealand, Stanley Freedman to Italy. Carol Levi, AFS co-ordinator. told us that AFS stands for American Field Service. This service was founded in l9I5 as a volunteer ambulance corps and served wit?- allied forces in World XVars I and II. At the end of the last war. however. the nteztr bership decided that something had to be done to prevent another world war So in 1947, the members of the ambulance corps inaugurated the American Fzeli Service Program, a private, nonprofit ,educational organization whose purpose is :fit furtherance of understanding and good will among peoples of the world lt carries tux: -5 Ui. L this purpose by bringing teenage students from abroad to study in American la-.. schools and to live with American families for two, five. or eleven months. 143 I " 6' FUND-RAISING ACTIVITIES XJ We The A.F.S. fund-raising activities this year comprised a hidden-persuaders cam- paign designed to squeeze thirteen hundred dollars out of the non-tax-paying and there- fore wealthy student body. This sum would be sufficient to support two foreign students next year, providing they stay away from soda fountains. Activities to date included fund-raising assemblies, an exciting student- faculty basketball game Cwon by the stu- dents, of courseb, and the sale of Christmas cards. 'S X x A.F.S. WEEKEND The A.F.S. Weekend was a great experience for all who attended - the Newtonites and the foreign students from all over New England who stayed in Newton homes. On Friday, Columbus Day, the group attended a United Na- tions program at M.I.T., where they participated in dis- cussions, listened to speakers, saw a movie, and lived it up in general. On Saturday there were meetings at South High, singing, and square dancing. As usual, the group disbanded reluctantly, but with the consolation that this great event would be covered in both the Neu'toz1ite and the Newtonian. -'f"'5'5 if ' ,.. S . .. . 1,-.. l 33'v-1 -UQ"-'24 -W E - ,.,.i- 3' Z-4-G7?"': E 1 95- -, . . 1 1 I. 1 - . n ' l . 0 . . - . - . J ' . 0 ' . ' o . . . U 0 I . - - o . . I . , - 1 . . s . . O . s ' ' . , u ' 2 ,Q I 0 - . 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IN ix I ga.- -- O 'z -1-4-M 5 . I K I ft 0 Y 4 i , .9 X V. .'Nw.ls,Q .f'wt . '.. 0' ifqr 0 ' - 9 .-vi ' , , . 'a 9 ' -211 -. ' '.' . j, ,- : ..v A 'I 1.4, ' ,'.'i' 'fl Ayn q'1 v, w J, 1- . .. . .--F 'I iq? Z," ' Q . 1,11 r.- -, -'."'t ' ' ' L' . v . , X. A 'o,f,. . X . r,- . 5 '.0: , 1 ". 3. .- . q l . ' c u I . Q 'a ' a I Q s , Q - . . O . I . 0 . 'SGW-, , : f':,5"' ' Q. -1 -7. . 4. . 1 0 - s . . . . g -. A. Y' '- if ' .1 - .' , SENIOR CITIZENS The student population of the world of Newton High School is a transient one. Each year a class of seniors graduates and a new class of sophomores enters. Thesopho- mores enter from the worlds of their junior high schools, the seniors take off for a new world. This new world may be a college, it may be the business world, or it may be the moon. Wherever the senior goes, however, he carries with him the memory of his life in the world of Newton High School. ' This section of the Newtonian is concerned primarily with the seniors of the class of 1961. They are the leaders and sages of the student body. Their unique status burdens them with harsh responsibilities, but it also gives them many special privileges. The responsibilities of the senior include being excused from last period study, graduating before the rest of the student body goes on summer vacation, and attending such events as the senior supper and the senior prom. Among his special privileges are taking College Entrance Examination Board tests, being turned down at seven colleges, and searching for employment. Underneath the picture of each senior is a list of data which includes all sub- versive activities in which he or she has engaged while at Newton High School. The only subversive activity not mentioned is that of several boys who tried to convince the Newtonian staff to include telephone numbers in the data lists of female students. This section also includes candid pictures of student and teacher inhabitants of the world of Newton High School. Each picture is captioned with a quotation from a minor playwright of the sixteenth century. This playwright was a man who looked closely at the world and recorded his observations. Some of these observations are strikingly apt when applied to the world of Newton High School. So to the reader we say: Lay on, Macduff, and damn'd be him that first cries, "Hold, enough!" We wrote these captions, and you better read them! fi? 148 v-W v S0 full of ugly sights, of ghastly dreams ff? Wwe. F54 'Q JANICE E. ADKINS 35 Sharon Ave., Auburndale ' jan Fondest Memory of NHS: The kids, the many crushes, and all the laughs with the "PG's". Pet peeve: Carol's New England Accent. Barry: Ig Warreng College. Rally Committee l, 2, 5: Basket- ball l, 2: Field Hockey l, 2g Vol- ley Ball lg Intramural Sports I, 25 Senior Play 3. Music Club lg Out- ing Club 2. BARBARA JOAN AHEARN 49 Faxon St., Newton Bulia, Barbie Fondest Memory of NHS: Soph- omore days from Dec. 18, 1958 to today and all days to come. Claim to fame: One private in the U. S. Army Cwaynel. Barry: llg Dayg College. Archery 2g Rifle Club 1. WILLIAM ALBERT I6 Overlook Park, Newton Center Bill Chief Failing: Dick Zilch, Za- branchburg High School, and Illinois Plan Math lughl J. Fondest Memory of NHS: My late hours and sleepless nights. Beals: I3 Bigelow: College. Home Room Manager Z1 Senior Play 53 House Council Z, 51 Motion Picture Squad l, 23 Drama Club 2, 3: French Club 1, 2, 51 Inter- national Club I, 3. RICHARD S. ALCORN I4 Clyde St., Newtonyille Dick Fondest Memory of NHS: South Corner of Building Three with J. P. and G. C. Claim to Fame: Getting away with it. Bacon: I1 Day: College. Home Room Manager 5: Orange Shield 53 Tigerama Committee 2. 3: Motion Picture Squad lg Foot- ball lg Outdoor Track l. .-v itseezffl ,- 'Mill 149 gl f"1P uv 1 ,g fi 'Y w-1' 'AH S.. -3 .3 P 1 f '- x Vl'll.l.l.'X N1 Hl'l.N!,I3 Al.l.X.1.NlJl li SS liaf::f.w'.' " - la., l l':.5,:,f-11. V .A 'i .V f . , ..,. ,. . 'I' . ,., l'i 'il-'i 2, I I HUNNH. .'il.f,l.l4l . 3 .'t.':fI. 'Q'.'- ' l ,Lic ' f' l'.z - 17' . IY' .'... ', ix 'l:.f.-Clit' ff UN! , lS,irf'. ll lin -, f .f f.Li.L:f. fl'.'." Nc'.'.' fx Semi.: l'..ij. ALVIN Y.-'NNI llQl,lD ,fXl.l,l1N ,IR 9: llz..-,s Xt. Y-.f, ' '. l5...1 l-'ff1.lL'Sf Slut: 7: Jai. Sir li s..:. l ' X..X Ni lily' ',L.:f T f llc-als. ll Y'.f.ffc:. f King, C r:1::.."ct . I Slizclg Q. l:.' 7 Al'r...-Q O:.t.i if Tr...f, Q -. C..g.h Q. lTT:I1.CZfi,.l EDNIIQND Rlifll.-XRD ALTERIU QQ Q. Ft. X ::..71'..:t'. l.: Advice tx 5 pit as lit::'..a.: .i phi :cs E rttzcst Mui: rx .7 NESS Rzlc-'.. l. llc.. C' ..c4c U:.r.fl 7 l'r.a.l. 1. Q. L-xiii" 'llc-.1111 Q. Mas., Q .Q : 'x Club ' Q. JANE ELLEN .-KXDPRSUN 5 1 XY'.i.:1..: St. New ri'-...L llc: Qatst. 0:1 it .1 SLN. llgfafi lf :irc-I Mitt: '. 7 NHS Tit' L' ' . .. 1..a. .,.g V .. I ..... ..g . ,..,... li:.t'.f1,' '-xt .cet .'X,f.::i.. :tic lx :ii 324:11 1, XX rvfi. . Sift 7 E... g.,,.... X1-N ' D,,.. :1 X .r....-x. .. .c .. .. .... .. .,x.. I. X kcfifcfff A 1. XL-E174 -. ' llitrrs 3. Fczcrxt l'.:.7 l.:.i.: tt.a:: 3. D7.a::i.: iff Mos fini' Q, 1. 5I...ic1i: U 7..c 51.1 :ary Q. 1. kzlff k Et :Qs Q. .K Ca? g':...a Q :ts:: -, Joiix R wxioxo .xxmfRsoN Q19 Tfctititf St. Newt ': c ., .itkir l IVJ:-iicv. Tina: Ne'-Ki. i xml. .cat Xe'-tts: Ssath H15- Fe: Qpszazisrtz Take tive. :rej- small. NTI-lS: lllTg Bright? High School: Service. FCCflDill NANCY JEAN ANDERTON 56 Newtonville Ave., Newton Andy Fondest Memory of NHS: Cheeringg The aches and pains of trying out. I Wfill to NHS: 1 pair of gray sneakers worn during the Cranston Game. Barryg I3 Bigelowg College. Girls Athletic Board 2, 33 Rally Committee 23 Head Cheer Leader 33 House Council 33 Leader Corps 1, 2, 33 Ushers 23 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Tennis 2, 33 Field Hockey 1, 23 Archery 23 Badminton 1, 2, 33 Softball 13 Volley Ball 1, 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 13 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. ALAN ANDLER 116 Mandalay Rd., Newton Al Pet Quotation: How many heard it? I Will to NHS: The padlock l've carried around to various lockers. Bacong I3 Bigelowg College. Finance Board 3g Orange Shield 33 Indoor Track 13 Outdoor Track 1, 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Biology Club 23 Latin Club 13 Russian Club 2, 3. DOROTHY GAIL ANDLER 39 Ballard St., Newton Centre Dotty Fondest Memory of NHS: The full-course meals I ate in the "pleasant" cafeteria. Pet Quotation: "I'm em- barassed." Barry3 I3 Bigelow: College. Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 junior Red Cross Council 2, 33 Leader Corps 1, 2, 33 Tennis 33 Archery 2, 3g Art Club 33 Biology Club 33 Outing Club 3g Spanish Club 2. MARION BOISE ANGELL 39 Putnam St., West Newton Mannie Fondest Memory of NHS: "Billy Goat." Advice to Sophomores: "Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow." Adams3 I3 Canton High, Conn.3 College. Rally Committee 23 Vespers 33 Debating Club 33 Music Club 2, 33 Outing Club 33 Class Committee 2. CONCETTA MARY ANTONELLIS 42 Hawthorne St., Newton Connie Fondest Memory of NHS: The brave attempt Sal and I made to disect "Izzy" in Sophomore Bi- ology. Pet quotation: "You're kidding!" Barry3 I3 Day3 College. Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Tennis 33 Art Club 33 French Club 33 Future Teachers Club 23 Outing Club 1, 2, 3. LAWRENCE JOSEPH ANZIVINO 67 Columbia Ave., Upper Falls Larry I Will to NHS: My stool in 22E. Fondest Memory of NHS: Trade Week. NTHS3 3T3 Meadowbrookg Service. A-A 1, 23 Centennial 13 Basket- ball 33 Intramural Sports 3. , SAM E. APPEL 170 Fuller St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Sit- ting in class and watching his ears twitch. I Will to NHS: Forty thousand miles of rubber on Elm Road. NTHS3 IIIT3 Warren. NANCY CHAPMAN APPLETON 147 Oakleigh Rd., Newton Claim to Fame: Laughing at "Psycho". 1 Will to NHS: All the kids in my neighborhood. Barry3 I3 Bigelow3 College. Spring Musical 33 Archery 13 Softball 13 Cavalry Club 1, 23 Music Club 1, 2, 3. JANE DONNA ARCHER 14 Kenwood Ave., Newton Center Fondest Memory of NHS: The day that J- and I won the Arch- ery trophy for Barry House with one bow and five arrows. I Will to NHS: Enough money to have "new tunnels" from 1 to 2 to 3 to "7", leakproofed, air con- ditioned, and wall to wall car- peted. Barry3 II3 Weeks3 College. Theatrical Make Up 33 New- tonite 33 Archery 1, 2, 33 Senior Play 33 Spring Musical 33 Drama Festival 33 Stage Crew 3g Ushers 33 Library Club 13 Student Office Secretary 33 Reflections 3. PETER GORDON ARNOLD 111 Prospect St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Gon- doliers' cast party. Advice to sophomores: Don't! Riley3 I3 Warren3 College. Orange Shield 23 Assistant Man- ager, Newtonian 33 Newtonite 1, 2, 33 Spring Musical 1, 2, 33 Ves- pers 1, 2, 33 Track: Indoor 3, Out- door 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1, 23 French Club 23 Music Club 2, 33 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. Double bubble toil and trouble G0 to, womaml ARLINE C. ARON 6 Woodchester Dr., Chestnut Hill I Will to NHS: My parking space on Pulsifer Rd. Fondesr Memory of NHS: E- Block algebra with Miss Kharas. Riley: Ig Manter Hall: College. Home Room Manager 2: Ushers 2: Tennis 2, 3: Field Hockey 33 Intramural Sports 23 Library Club 3: Music Club 2, 33 Outing Club 2, 3. VICTOR ABRAHAM ARONOW 303 Franklin St., Newton Vik Fondesr Memory of NHS: Cafe- teria. I Will to NHS: Boy's gym locker No. 195. Barry: Ig Watertown Senior High, College. Biology Club 2. ST. GEORGE TUCKER AUFRANC 18 Fairfield St., Newtonville Tucker Fondest Memory of NHS: Boys' Fencing Classes in the girls' gym. Claim to Fame: Playing javelin tag with Mike West, catching one in mid-air, and surviving. Riley, Ig Day: College. Science Fair 1, 2: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Gymnastic Team 3: Rifle Club 2, 3, Rifle Team 2, 3. DIAN HELEN AVERBUCK 24 Ferncroft Rd., Waban Fondesr Memory of NHS: The Thellasg Wearing orange and black. I Will to NHS: The spirit of the class of '61. Riley: II: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 1, 2, Tigerama Committee 2, Chairman 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Cheer Leaders, Co-captain 33 Vespers 1: Dance Committee l, 23 junior Prom Dance Chairman 25 Music Club 1, 2, 33 Leader Corps 3. SUSAN AVERISIICQK 55 lionzul Rfl, Wc'st Nt,-'Mora l'ondcst Memory of NHS: All my lust pc-riofl studies' Pet Quotation: "Sure, lr". thing." Riley: ll: Wzrrrc-ri: f.ollf:i'f: Home Room Manayer 2, Hr..." C.ivits f.ornmittc-c 5, 'l'ii'f.-:.rr:.i fnrnmittce lg Rally f.orrirnirrfy,- l House Council jg Vespc-rs .', '. Ushers l, 2, 5: Music Club l, X, Q RICHARD BACCARI lol Lowell Ave., Newtonville, Claim to lfumc: Indoor and Out- door Track. l Prophesy That: NHS will adopt soccer. Riley: llg Ill: IV: Day: Business. Indoor Track lg Outdoor Track lg Intramural Sports .Zg Music Club 2. PAMELA KEYES BACHRACH 215 Highland Ave., Newtonville Pam Pet Quotation: "Cringef" Pet Peeve: Fake smiles and in- sincerity. Barryg I: Warren, College. House Council 2, Vespers 2, 31 French Club 3g Music Club l, 2, 33 Outing Club lg Mixed Chorus lg Girls' Chorus 2: A Cappella Choir 3. VICTORIA LAMBERT BAER 1004 Beacon Sr., Newton Center Dee-Dee I Prophesy That: Someone will drown in the tunnels. Claim to Fame: The Honorable Mention I won in a Science Fair. Rileyg ll: Weeks: College. Badminton 2: Vespers l. 2, 5: Science Fair l, 2, 33 Arr Club 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. DAVID INIICHAEL BAGLEY 227 Melrose St., Auburndale Fondesr Memory of NHS: My detention card on file in Building One under the name of "-lonny Hancock". l XVill to NHS: A CARI? package full of menus. Bacon: ll: South Side Ulr. High. St. Petersburg, Florida: College. RUPERT GREGORY BAKER l-46 Nevada St.. Newtonville Greg, Bakes, Killer Fondesr Memory of NHS: My special "no school days" in sopho- more year. I XY'ill to NHS: Only the lonely. Bacon: ll: Day: Business. Civics Committee 5: Home Room Manager 3: Baseball 1. 31 Basketball 3: Ice Hockey lz Intra- mural Sports l, 2. 2 l C NS? . i '? I dr f 1 N rj -I FRED VAN BUREN BALTRUSH Airport Rd., Lincoln Muggs I Prophesy Th.it1 The print shop will be the best shop, Pet Quotation: 'lYou, Nummyf' NTIISQ lll'I'-lfl I.incoln-Sud- burx Regional High: Business. Baskc-tb.ill l. 21 Administrative Aid I. 1: Motion Picture Squad I. PETER A. BARBATO JR. 21 Oak Ave., XY'est Newton Sweep Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore and senior classes with Mr. Wells. I XY'ill to NHS: My sister Donna. Riley: IV: Warren: Business. ELAINE FRANCES BARISANO 22 Melville Ave., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Leav- ing at 2:45. Chief Failing: Getting caught talking in English class. Adams: II: Our Lady's: Business. Tennis 2, 3: Field Hockey 2: Softball 2:- Art Club 2. MICHAEL PAUL BARRON 47 Mary Ellen Rd., Waban Mike Fondest Memory of NHS: Junior English with Miss McQuade. I Will to NHS: A tunnel from the old high school to the new one. Riley: I: Warren. Vespers 1, 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 3: Music Club 1, 2: Class Com- mittee 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. JOHN FRANCIS BARRY 20 Curve St., West Newton Palmer: III: Warren. RICHARD JOHN BARRY 173 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale NTHS: 3T: Warreng Service. 'Qs .2 2 A tiger among ladies is az most clrfeazdful Y. 5 All if RICHARD PETER BARRY 24 Newland St., Auburndale Red Fondest Memory of NHS: Latin class with Miss Stone. I Prophesy That: Newton North will always be above Newton South. Riley: II: Warren: College. Orange Shield 1, 2, 3: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 5: Aviation Club 1: Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3. PAUL FRANCIS BARTLEY 16 Edinboro Ter., Newtonville Paul Fondest Memory of NHS: G- block study. Bacon: II: Our Lady's. Debating Club: Drama Club. JUDITH. H. BATES 46 Oakland Ave., Auburndale Batesie-Arludy 2 Fondest Memory of NHS: "Robear!" I Prophesy That: The "T. T." will be paved because of "Business Boom." Riley: II: Warren: College. Newtonite 1: Vespers 1, 2, 31 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 1: Drum Majorette 33 Marching Band.3: Cavalry Club 3: Music Club 3: Archery 2, 3: Softball 3. ELLEN ANN BELKIN I5 Parmenter Terr., W'est Newton Pet Peeve: Not enough time to get to class. Fondest Memory of NHS: The day Building One had three fire drills in one day. Palmer: IV: Day: College. Dance I, 2. I I X PETER MIKE BELSANTI I2 Adam Ter., Newton Pete Claim to Fame: Always being a good boy. I Will to NIIS: My fproperty of Newton Iligh Scliooll shirt. NTIISQ Ilusinessg Day, Business. Baseball I, 2, 5, Basketball I, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 23 A-Ag Football I. RONALD STEPHEN BENAK 665 Center St., Newton Center Ronnie I Will to NHS: An under- ground parking lot! Advice to Sophomores: Don't do it! Riley, II, Day, College. Newtonian 3, Stage Crew 3, Mo- tion Picture Squad lg Football lg Indoor Track 1, Gymnastic Team 2, 3. ANN LOUISE BENNETT 152 Homer St., Newton Centre Annie, Andy, Benni Pet Quotation: "I doubt it seri- ously," C. M. Fondest Memory of NHS: The summer of 1960 with the B. P.'s. Rileyg Ig Weeksg College. Theatrical Make Up 2, Tig- erama Committee lg Leader Corps 1, 2, Ushers 1, 2, Cavalry Club 1, 2, Music Club 1, 2, 3g Sailing Club 2, 5, World History Club 1, Basketball l, 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, 33 Badminton 1, 2, 33 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. FRANCIS JOHN BENNETT 43 Cook St., Nonantum I Will to NHS: All my white cards. Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. Riley, III, Day, Service. The szm with one eye viewetb all the world -eh.-U 1 -' VIf,'I'OR I'AI'I. l1IXNI'I'Ii 9 r,..,. rl S-.'j'!,",Y. l.-,v.f-- l'f,f.fff:'.t .'-If-::.'," U IJ',:.r.f-.L 3 ff. f.li:':! l:L.:7 ' '.'.,'l. "':'f.' ll' 1. l "'f. I ' I.INIJAItIiIlII1INsflX .'l lr:.'-' '. N' " 1 l',r.Zf.-P' i-I'ff. '. ' day l lerr r, . , ' liz' l'et l'c-ere 'lun 5.1.7 . vmrig. Iltrffi. IT, llixq. '.'. lk, .' SUSAN ,IO IiIiN'I'I-IiY il lliilt-Q' St r. Sp.: I Wall rl. NHS 1. es .. from I.jLlll,llIIJ Hz: ' l1...1. Three. Chief Iiaiiin' Trzzr.- ' my tenth .1 at 'er about the late s , 2 4. ed me. Beals, ll. Iligei '-'. f ..1 Archery l. DIANA NIAXINF ISERCJ -II F.irqi.l:.l: R 1. r Chief lfaiizng .N:1'.1:r: quires thinsznq Pet Lita II Urn Liar. I5.11'r'., l. Ur.. f lice: lltme Ri 111 Nlptagc -. News n:.i:i N. Fertz 7 lfy. hs.. Ctmmzrret Q. -. il-tfiffl 1 Ili. llttken' li lztgizsix l,..2' - lirenth Club -. l:t:tf:1.if. fi., I NIICIIAEL LOVIS BIFRGFR ill XY.z:.i St. Ne'-it TI Ltfifft Nils: Clmrtz r. I?.if1fL 'Trit- il X Years. s .At ..t xx. st re .. X isp if if ii'i'QQ.,- X sf. . t. to i-L V. - .. R VA. 1.4 1. II . ..-q 2 Xt'-V " Nl.. Legg' V i:iCr..fii..' S' i -. lXr..:.'r4 k...r l. , ti' '. U t:'f.iC1 ri K Ziizi STEPHEN IIARLOXY BERNIAN of Homer St. Nt'-st If Ligrre Sim Fcnjzst Nlziii TX .7 Mis Hazard A-llqtk Nlc:t.i.a'. ntfmzrt' kiillftt 1 Ilantz Goto." heals. l. Weeks: Cvlleg' Nstmonsl lions: Society Q. Serum: Flap' 13 Spring Blllillii A Q1 Yespers l. Q: Ushers 1: Chas Club l. Q. E1 President Q. ELIZABETH BLAKE BERNDT 200 Concord St., Neuron Lower llills Lee Fondest Memory of NHS: Junior .intl Senior years with C. N. Advice to Sophomores: Wkitcli out tor Junior girls! Barry: ll: XY'.1rren: College. Rally Committee 1: Vespers 1, 2, 5g Music Club 1, 2, 5: Newtonite l, 2: A Cappella Choir 2, 3: Girls Chorus 1, 2: Orange Sales 1, 2: Dance Committee 2: Theatrical Make Up 5: Ushers 1, 2. SUSAN MAY BERNHEIMER 210 Bellevue St., Newton Susie, Sue, Susie Q Fondest Memory of NHS: My Junior year. Pet Quotation: "No, do you?" Barry: I: Bigelow: College. Orange Shield 3: Newtonite 3: Rally Committee 1: House Council 2: Nespers -. 3: Tennis 3: Biology 3: English Club 2: French Club, Secretary 2, 3: Latin Club 1: Mixed Chorus l: Girls Chorus 2, 3. JANET MARION BERSTEIN 229 Greenwood St., Oak Hill Jan Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Nicholas' Sophomore Ancient History class. Chief Failing: B. B. Barry: I: Meadowbrook: College. Orange Shield 3: Newtonite 2: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2: Rally Committee 2: French Club 3: Library C ub 3: Music Club 2, 33 Ancient History Club 1: AFS Committee 3: Vespers 3. SANDRA ANN BEST 359 Otis St., West Newton Sandy, San Fondest Memory of NHS: The many side-splitting howls. Claim to Fame: Working jungle- jims with Jeannie. Barry: II: Warren: College. Tigerama Committee 2: Rally Committee 1, 2: Ushers 1, 3: Cavalry Club 1: Latin Club 1: Out- ing Club 1: Class Representative 2. JOHN PAUL BILEZIKIAN 476 Lowell Ave., Newtonville I Will to NHS: A piano with a sharp 'A' to balance that other one. Pet Quotation: "Violins . . . . pleeeeze: More bow!" Beals: I: Day: College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Central Civics Committee Chair- man 33 Executive Committee 3: House Civics Committee 2, Chair- man 3L Orange Shield 3: New- tonian Circulation Editor 3: Spring Musical 1, 2, 33 Centennial 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Music Ensemble 3: Class Com- mittee I: District Orchestra 3: All- State Orchestra 3. DEAN SNOWDEN BIRD 115 Gibbs St., Newton Centre Pet Quotation: 3999999.99 won't make you a millionaire. Fondest Memory of NHS: Des- chenes - Math 1-2 class. Adams: I, II: Weeks: College. - 4 A 3 7. SN: . . y . se, M 'ax , KV Q if - if X 2 1 lg lf, f -4 I f 9 r W ,f 1 1 1 mf, 49 V f ,... ..f Men 7Z6,61' spend their fury on zz cbzld W Xbfg 4- LARS GORDON BJORK 34 Farquhar Rd., Newtonville Lars, Taddy Claim to Fame: Cranston game '58 when no one knew which goal was ours. I Will to NHS: Our old estab- lished fraternity, I Tappa Keg. That landmark for hungry Ameri- cans. Barry: I, II: Day: College. Legislature 3: House Civics Committee 3: Orange Shield 1, 2, 3: Science Fair 1, 2, 3: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1: Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3. MARTHA JESSICA BLACKLER 241 Austin St., West Newton Marty Fondest Memory of NHS: Many laughs with the "PG's". Pet Peeve: Solving everybody's problems, but mine. Barry: IV: Warren: Business. Rally Committee 3: Junior Red Cross Council 1: Dance Commit- tee 1: Basketball 1, 2: Field Hockey 1, 2: Archery 2: Softball 1: French Club 1: Home Eco- nomics Club 1. DOUGLAS G. BLACKWOOD 18 Whitlowe St., West Newton Chug Fondest Memory of NHS: Times I wasn't there. Pet Peeve: Parking on top of hill. NTHS: IIT: Warren: Business. ness. ROBERT WARNER BLAKE 76 Harding St., West Newton Bob, Bobby Fondest Memory of NHS: My senior shop class. Advice to Sophomores: Don't get your hands caught in the presses. N.T.H.S.: IIIT: Day: Service. Music Club 2, 3. :uv ' ' Q 551- 11 Ye f.. A sm ,. - ,ga . 5 J . 1. In .rigs 3 fi". -.,f.' , ,. 1, a, s, H. ..,.-,.s J- 4 -ui... ie. .- -.'.'. 's -: U. . ., ,.. , ,.'...'.c..-.. ". fhfm. .-,,.i..,,. , f.--, W. 3-ff .1-2 V. A ,f.,..,' . 5 i ,,,g,,.f:5 ,M :--mm... fi 'ffijgjfqyg L'.-,'f:332,5fflflffgggg if ,, ...... ...,, I .-W.,-.L..,::1.,...,,,. ...will 4011. .,,,,, RICHARD JONATHAN BLOCKER 344 Kenrick St., Newton Ricky I Will to NHS: Illinois Plan Mathematics. I Prophesy That: Building I will still be standing after N.I-I.S.'s second century. Bacon: I: Bigelow: College. Science Fair 2, 3: Motion Pic- ture Squad I: Intramural Sports I, 2, 3: Chemistry Club 3: Debating Club 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3: March- ing Band 1, 2: Concert Band l, 2. RHONA SUSAN BLOOM 18 Emmons St., West Newton Bloomers Fondest Memory of NI-IS: The day I skipped class and got caught. Pet Quotation: "I swear I'll kill you." Beals: IV: Day: Business. Tigerama Committee 2: junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3: Cav- alry Club 2: English Club 2, 3. RICHARD M. BLUESTEIN 179 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville Dick Chief Failing: Growing! Fondest Memory of NHS: The 8:25 bell. Riley: Ig Day: College. Orange Shield 3: Newtonite Ad Staff 2: Science Fair 1, 25 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3: Alpha Gamma Tau 2, 3: International Club 1: Rifle Club 1: Sailing Club 2, 35 President 3. A good hemffs 'R 'Q 40 ,35 s X worth gold BARBARA ELLEN BOGEN 75 Intervale Rd., Newton Centre B. B., Bobbie Fondest Memory of NHS: D block study with "Cellini" my sophomore year. Pet Peeve: People who say "I'm bound to". Palmer: I: Weeks: College. Newtonite 1: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 2: English Club 1: French Club 1, 2: Sailing Club 2, 3. R NORMAN IiIlGIiNIi ISOLIVAR lf, liiw,-lov.: lf.-r, 5.1-'.-.tori lfondest Memory of NHS Cirai uation day, IUCI. I Will to Nllb. A lmri on rf,-:ull er parking nc-:lr the llwli Sfliool Adams: IV: liipfclow, Sc-r'.'i'ff Indoor Track, l, .!, 2, fl'.Y'l'f' Track l, Z, 6: lntrarnnral Sport. I2 5 Staicfrca I I . ,,, .,, v Y 1' I ' ' 1'-f JOSEPH A. BON'I'IiMPO lll5 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre I7omlCSt lvlemtify of NIIS1 'I-llc meetings outside of room lllfl in my sophomore year. Claim to Fame: More studies than subjects. Bacon: IV: Day: College. Newtonite lg Tigerama Com- mittee Z: Dance Committee l, Z: Art Club l: Newton Plan Office l, VIDA SUSAN BOORSTEIN 51 Devon Road, Newton Centre Advice to Sophomores: Stay sophomores. Pet Peeve: Monday mornings. Riley: Ig Weeks: College. Newtonian 3: Newtonite I: Tig- erama Committee I, 2, 3: Archerv 2, 3: Drama Club I: Future Teach- ers Club 3: Class Committee ll Chairman of Ushers 2, 3: Orchesis I: Secretary of Spanish Club 32 Sailing Club 2: Student Secretary 2, 3: Music Club 3. CYNTHIA JEANNE BORDEN 94 Day St., Auburndale Cindy, Cinny Fondest Memory of NHS: Look- ing up to everybody and being called STRETCH. Claim to Fame: To buy the state of MAINE. Riley: I: Warren: College. House Council 3. Archery 1. Cavalry Club I. 2, 5: French Club 3: Latin Club 1: Outing Club I: Senior Play 5: Student Office Secretary. WILLIAINI BOURGEOIS 55 Murray Rd., XY'est Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Hav- ing D lunch on X'i'ednesd.iy in my Junior Year. I XVill to NHS: A New IBM. Machine. Bacon: II: XY'.rrten: Colle-'e. 5 MICHAEL SLBIXER BOVARNICK 56 Pierrepont Rd.. Newton Lower Falls Mike Advice to Sophomores: Do your best. it pays oft in the end! Pet Peeve: Walking in the rain. Palmer: Il: Brighton High: College. Indoor Track 3: Outdoor Track 3: Rifle Club 3: Sailing Club 5: Marching Band 5: Dance Band 3. gf 1 1 19 . 'C' fifx xi I i f V .Ts 3 I 134 -3 Ti- vi :K .I Q '1 A .I 2, ff -I L p 'W' .. at . 4 Q ,Hn VL. , . t 'VJ o 6 il P x :SIT- Aikil x...,r . 1 I f . z ': ,-1 1- . . I h , Y 5: I '4- . Y , . A W PETER DUFTON BOWEN -il-I XY'altham St., West Newton Pete "The Kid", "Kool" Fondest Memory of NHS: All night parties on the Bangor-New- ton Band Exchange. Riley: I: Day: College. School Exchange I: Vespers I, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 1: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Band l, 2, 3: Dance Band 3. WILLIAM E. BOWEN 379 Austin St., West Newton Bill Fondest Memory of NHS: Working with Ralph Sanborn and the rest of the boys in the office. Pet Quotation: "What will it do." Riley: II: Warren: College. Stage Crew 3: Ice Hockey 1, 2: Basketball 2, 3: Rifle Club 2, 3: Office 1, 2: Assistant to faculty manager of athletics. DAVID JOSEPH BOWLES 54 DeForest Rd., Newton Lower Falls Dave Fondest Memory of NHS: All the fun I had in Mr. WeIl's class. I Will to NHS: All my school books. Riley: IV: Warren. RICHARD THOMPSON BOYLE 134 Russell Rd., West Newton Dick, Red Fondest Memory of NHS: Frank T. looking for his keys. Pet Peeve: The 8:10 walk to 23D. NTHS: 3T: Day: Business. Football 1. LINDA CLAIRE BRAUNINGER 41 Lindbergh Ave., West Newton I Will to NHS: Direct walk- ways to minimize "keep off the grass" bulletins. I Prophesy That: Newton will have 3 high schools by 2025 A. D. Barry: I: Warren: College. Newtonian 3: Senior Play 3: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: French Club 2: Interna- tional Club 2: AFS Fund Raising Committee 2, 3. ELAINE FRANCES BRECHER 47 Crosby Rd., Chestnut Hill "Laney" Fondest Memory of NHS: The time John, Nancy, and I nearly blew up the chemistry lab in 235. I Will to NHS: My little six foot tall brother and all his friends because no one else will take them. Beals: II: Weeks: College. Theatrical Make Up 1: Rally Committee 2: Ushers 2: Science Fair 1: Field Hockey 2: Caduceans 2, 3: Chemistry Club 3: French Club 1: Orchesis 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Traffic Squad 3: Student Office Secretary 3. PAULA LOUISE BRENNER 825 Main St., Wfalpole Fondest Memory of NHS: All the teachers and students I know. 'Bacon: I: Weeks: College. National Honor Society 2, 3. DAVID ALAN BRENT 36 Hamlin Rd., Newton Centre Chief Failing: My subjects. Advice to Sophomores: Quit while you're ahead. Riley: I: Weeks: College. Tigerama Committee 2: Indoor Track 2: Cross Country 2: Chemis- try Club 3: Biology Club 2, 3: Physics Club 3. BETTY LOUISE BRINSON 431 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Bet Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore year in room 23D. Pet Peeve: To be called B. B. Palmer: II: Day: College. Theatrical Make-Up 3: Tigerama Committee 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 3: Dance Committee 2: Tennis 2: Art Club 3: Cavalry Club 1, 2, 3: Biology Club 1: Future Teachers Club 2: Orchesis 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2. My kingdom 01' az horse! SHEILA ANN BRODERICK 15 Rogers St., Newton I Prophesy That: I will get my MRS. degree from Tony. Bacon: IV: Somerville High: Business. Tennis 1, 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 2. f ROSALIND LOUISE BROOKS 468 Albermarle Rd., Newtonville Ros Fondest Memory of NHS: My senior last period studies and the "Dell". l Will to NHS: The quarters the lunchroom misses and the "Dell" gets. Palmer: IV: Day: Business. Rally Committee 2, 3: Tennis 2: Archery 2: Outing Club 1. -IOHANNA PHOEBE BROWN 35 Woodland Rd., Auburndale Janna, J. B. Claim to Fame: Tennis !Hall. I Will to NHS: One six-year- old gym suit fslightly wornp. Barry: I: Warren: College. Home Room manager 1: Ves- pers 3: Field Hockey 2: Drama Club 1: French Club 51 Music Club 1, 2: A Cappella Choir 2, 5. KENNETH BROWN 548 Centre St., Newton Kenney Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Harris' English class. Claim to Fame: L. L. Bacon: I: Bigelow: College. Civics Committee 3: Homeroom manager 2: Orange Shield 3: House Council 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2: Out- door Track lg Intramural Sports 2, 3: French Club 3: Vice President of House Council 5. ,ii ' Be g gm s mounted run their horse to cl LESLIE JOEL BROWN 47 Morton St.. Newton Centre Les I Will to NHS: One I.B.M. 709 computer. Pet Peeve: Homework. Beals: I: Weeks: College. Science Fair 2: Indoor Track 2: Cross Country 2. PAUL GORDON BROWN 248 Tremont St., Newton f,t,mU Spufl Advice to Sophorriort.-'.' lfytg your head, it's the little tions". that count. that? Bacon: I: Bigelow, College Tennis l, Z, 5: lnttarnural sports l, 2: Motion picture afguafl l: Rifle Club I, 2. JOSEPH ALBERT BRYSON 120 Derby St., West Newton Brice Palmer: Service. EUGENE WILLIAM BUCKLEY 201 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Buck, Bucky I Will to NHS: My book and gym suit. I Prophesy That: Building One will be here another 100 years. Barrry: IV: Warren: Service. Baseball 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL P. BUCUVALAS 140 Harvard St., Newtonville Mike I Will to NHS: Elevators in Building One. I Prophesy Thar: Newton will be Class A champs of 1961. Riley: I: Day: College. Baseball 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 5. JOANNE ELLEN BUDD 37 Cedar St., Newton Centre ,loanie Fondest Memory of NHS: The friends I've made. Chief Failing: 1 must have ONE! Beals: I: XY'eeks: College. Legislature I. 5: Civics Com' mittee Z: Orange Shield 5: New- tonian 5: Senior Play 3: House Council 5: Leader Corps 2. 3: Drama Club 2: International Club 1, 2: Commons Room Committee 2, Chairman 5. BARBARA ANN BIQGBEE 1-I Exeter St.. XY'est Newton Barb, Barbie. Babbie Fondest Memory of NHS: All the wonderful people. I XY'ill to NHS: Electronic ma- chines to do homework. Beals: I: Yfarren: College. International Club 1: Music Club Z, 5. Pet Peeve: How many he-zrril is JOAN CAROL BURKARD -lS Oakwood Rd., Newtonville Joanie Fondest Memory of NHS: Foot- ball games, hockey games. Claim to Fame: XVriting letters. Adamsg 113 Our Lady's Highg College. Tennis 3, Artg Home Economics Club. LEO THORNTON BURKE JR 17 Fairview Street Newton Corner eo Fondest Memory of NHS X blocks on top of Building Two I Prophesy That The pigeons will soon take over room 2313 Riley I Bigelow College Meteorology Club 2 3 Rifle Club 1 Sailing Club 2 3 PATRICIA MARIE BURKE 21 Carleton St Newton Corner Patti Fondest Memory of NHS Sophomore math class with Mr Rossi 1 Will to NHS Elevators for all buildings Bacon IV Bigelow Business Newtonite 1 ROBERT JOHN BURKE 81 Wyoming Rd Newtonville Burkie Berserk Irish Fondest Memory of NHS The fabulous class of 60 and all the terrific kids Ive met 1 Will to NHS My property f Tshirts that I borrowed from Ralph. NTHS' IT' Our Ladys High' College. Home Room Manager 2 3' Tigerama Committee 2 3' Ushers 3' Science Fair 3' Football 3' Out- door Track 2, 3g Intramural Sports lg Aviation Club 35 Sailing Club 33 Admin.strative Aid 2, President 3. KENNETH EDWARD BURNS 85 Hillside Ave., West Newton Burnsie Pet Quotation: "Soock". Pet Peeve: Detention! Beals, Ilg Warreng College. Home Room Manager 1, 2, Tigerama Committee 2, Rally Com- mittee 2g Motion Picture Squad 1, 25 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Traf- fic Squad 2. JAMES BUSSEY 185 Chapel St., Newtonville Jim Bealsg Ig Our Lady'sg College. an x' att," The grass szfoops not, she treads on zt so DAVID FRANCIS BUTLER 724 Watertown St Newtonville I Will to NHS My old pair of sneakers Chief Failing Coming in late to my English class Palmer III Day Service DONALD MARCH HASSEL 51 Wyman St Waban Dee I Will to NHS The auto shops too s Pet Quotation Make mine a hot chocolate NTHS IIIT South Boston High' Service HELEN MARGARET CAHILL 309 Webster St., Auburndale Margo I Will to NHS: Hurried lunches. Pet Quotation: "What a panic!" Bacong Ig Maine Central Insti- tuteg College. DEBORAH MCLEOD CAMP 79 Hawthorne Ave., Auburndale Debbie Fondest memory of NHS: "EVERYMAN" in Drama Festival of 1960. Pet Quotation: "Thanks much- ly." Palmer, Ig Warren, College. Newtonite 23 Drama Festival 23 Leader Corps 1, 33 Ushers 23 Tennis 2, 3, Orchesis 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 35 Office Staff 1. X . nf" A lean amd hungry look ZW JAMES VINCENT CAPELLO JR. 201 River St., West Newton Jimbo, The Human P. A. I Prophesy That: N.T.H.S. will have girls. Pet Quotation: Duck Soup. Tech. High: III-Tg Warren, Col- lege. ELAINE MARY CARDARELLI 19 Colonial Ave., Newtonville Sis, Lainie Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Gradone's junior shorthand class. Pet Peeve: A nervous teacher. Riley, IV, Dayg Business. JAMES HENRY CARDARELLI I9 Colonial Ave., Newtonville jim, Blinder Fondest Memory of NHS: Bi- ology in room 2306 with Miss Sul- livan. I Will to NHS: A bulletin board for Mrs. Wofford. Rileyg Ilg Day, College. Baseball 1, 3g Football 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1. RICHARD STEWART CARLE 64 Oakland Ave., Auburndale Dick, Big Dick Fondest Memory of NHS: The coaches, the teams, the teammates. the friends. I Will to NHS: George Kerr's oversized helmet, and Mike West's tape jobs. Beals: II, Warren, College. Legislature 15 Orange Shield 2. 3g Baseball lg Football I, 2, 35 Ice Hockey 13 Indoor Track 2, 5g Outdoor Track 2, 3, Volley Ball 1. 1 Ni 1 ANDRFA K. f,AIi,NIlf.IlAEl. ZIA I5','J.':fi " V' ' fl-',':fg fi. l5',ri'ff:',' .N-If,-r:.',r lilac' after the Eff: Afiviff: rf, Sq, r-- rln: Hi','.f uf yur: 51 1-,r Iizvur., ll I3rt.'f,i:l::.f: I. flr.:m": Elm,-Q-I I, .4 'Ii:.":r f f,rr.r!.z'ff:': I .1 I'.iii', f.',r:." 1 f H, ,.r',..,y'. f,.,, , .. ..., ,,, RIISSFLI. HDI 'IS CQARNIlf.IIAIzI. 553 Vfarv,-rff,v.:i St. Nev I Vfill rf, NHS' 5-lj. ul suit. Chief liailinz' Scl'if,f.f lVg Day: Service. Traffic Squad 5, CAROLYN CARTER ZH Street Sr.. XY'est Nev.-ton Caffzl Fondest Memory 1 I NIIS Being with that certain someone. I XX'ill to NHS: All my Q, . times, sad times. and bad times, Palmerz IV: Warren: Collece. Civics Committee lx Htme Room Manager lg Sptin.: Musical 13 Softball 1: Orchesis 1.2. 5. CAROLYN ELEANOR CARIISO 61 Ifpham St.. Yfest Newton Little One Fondest memory of NHS: Bliss Hazards Xlforld History Class. Claim to Fame: To be a suctess Palmer: IY1 Yfarren: Business Class Committee 2. JOAN MARIE CARFSO ll Crown St.. .-Xuburniale -lcni Fondest Blemcfv of NHS: Drama Festival: 5L'fTZUf Play. Pet Qtxvtatzoni Be gon: gli.. dren. youre adults new Palmer: l. ll: NN arren: Ctxtece. Home Room Manage: Q: Orange Shield -1 Senior F.a1.' 'L Spin.: Musical Q. F: Drama Festwal Rally Committee F: House Count.. l: Yespers l. I. .11 Leader Corps 51 Orchesis l. I. F: Secretary' ani Treasurer of Performets F. BIARILYN ,TANF CARUSO S Magee Piggy. Wiest Ntwtri Biifli Fcntfest Kleritfz if NHS The many Laughs .rt Mr. Fzsebetis scphsntsre Fngksh Class. I XYHQ te NHS: More teachers ii' S ' se Mr. Lvraccne. Palmer: Il: 'XX arren: College. Legislature 1. .ff QQ-3 -4 ,E '1 S Libs . 353,344 113 il'-Xt'v-1 t t-' o 1 ' K , is , , I 5,1 nl . If 3 an bl -.A 'JR out cy Sai' -.211 'A C DANIEL GERARD CASH 26 john St., Newton Centre Dan Fondest Memory of NHS: Eat- ing lunch back stage, junior year. l Prophesy that: The radio shop will explode. NTHS, IT, Weeks, College. Stage Crew 1, 2, Manager in Charge of Electronics 3. Senior Play l, Z, 3, Drama Festival l, Z, 3, Spring Musical l, Z. JEANNE MARIE CASSIDY 65 North St., Newton Centre Advice to Sophomores: Eat your Wheaties and grow a little. Pet peeve: Trying to get from Building Two, 3d floor to Build- ing One, 3d floor on time. Barry, IV, Weeks, Business. NANCI G. CATE 47 Hancock St., Auburndale Nanci Fondest Memory of NHS: Being called a clown. Pet Quotation: See What I Mean? Bacon, II, Warren, College. Homeroom Manager 1, 2, Music Board 1, 2, 3, Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, Rally Committee 3, House Council 3, Vespers 1, 2, 33 Dance Committee 1, 2, Stage Crew 1, 3, Ushers 3, Student Office Secre- tary 3. RICHARD CETRONE 263 Adams St., Nonantum Bacon, IV, Day, Business. JACQUELINE GENEVIEVE CHALLENDER 34 Ballard Rd., Newton Centre Jackie Fondest Memory of NHS: A- Block English. Advice to Sophmores: Never ask a senior where to find a room. Barry, I, Dartmouth High, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Nursing. Stage Crew 3. LESLIE BARNETT CHARM 69 Maynid St., West Newton Les Chief failing: Illinois Math KUICSMD. I Prophesy That: NHS will have a successful fire drill. Barry, I, Meadowbrook, Col- lege. Drama Board 1, 2, 33 Science Fair 2, 3, Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, World His- tory Club 1 3 F., , . , . ,. . , , , YI 'Y' ,Z ,az 5 ,yflisaat ff ,f 1? Sv f 'ff F A if S , ,,,.-...A if ff 4.5. ,- v 1' , X R 1, it ' " - 1 .ml : sa' -1, , , ,K .N I ,., 2 I ' ' ELLEN JANE CHASSON 294 Highland Ave., West Newton El Fondest Memory of NHS: Thellas. Claim to Fame: Winning the motorcade. Bacon, II, Warren, College. Theatrical Makeup 2, Newton- ian 33 Newtonite 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, House Council 2, 3, Archery 1, Future Teachers Club 1, Latin Club 1, Outing Club 1. DANIEL CHESSMAN 19 Ellison Rd., Newton Centre Dan I Will to NHS: The math 1-3 final. Pet Peeve: 500 word English Compositions. Beals, I, Weeks, College. Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Manager 2, 3, Meteorology Club 1, 2, 3. SUSAN FRANCES CHIPMAN ll Craigie Ter., Newtonville Chippv Fondest Memory of NHS: When Barb capsized in "1290," M. T.'s math book burning party, and the "M 8: M's, Data sheet ashes. Claim to Fame: A member of the "Sewing Circle" and studying "Problems" of democracy. Beals, I, Day, College. Legislature 3, Orange Shield 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Student Office Secretary 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Vespers 3, Leader Corps 3, Basketball 2, Soft- ball 1, French Club 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club 2, Sailing Club 2, 3, American Field Service 3, Girls' Chorus 3, Mixed -Chorus 1, Reflections 3. THOMAS JOEL CHRISTIE 359 Waltham St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Teneris Algebra Il class. Advice to Sophomores: Invent a smokeless, odorless cigarette. Riley, ll, Catholic Memorial High School, College. Home Room Manager 2, Boys' Athletic Board 3, Baseball 2, 3, Football 2, 3, Debating Club 2, 3. We few, we happy few, we bam! of b1f0tlJe1's Fifiemis, Romans, Cozmtzfymen . . WILLIAM RICHARD CIARLONE 207 Cherry St., West Newton Billy - Fondest Memory of NHS: Vaca- tions. Pet Peeve: Too much home- work. Rileyg Ig Warreng College. Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 25 Alpha Gamma Tau 2, 3g Rifle Club 1, 5. BARBARA ELAINE CLARK 40 Farmington Rd., West Newton Barb Fondest Memory of NHS: Run- ning from 1450 to ZBC. I W'ill to NHS: Elevators for Building One. Riley: II: Dayg College. Home Room Manager lg Tig- erama Committee 3: Rally Com- mittee Bg Junior Red Cross Coun- cil 1. KENNETH RAYMOND CLARKE 11 Scribner Pk., Auburndale Ken Fondest Memory of NHS: The worldly discussions in Mr. Stephens' class. Pet Quotation: "How many heard that?" Rileyg Il: Warren: College. Tigerama Committee 53 Motion Picture Squad 2, 5: Ice Hockey l, 2, 33 Outdoor Track 2, 55 Gym- nastic Team 2, 5: Parking Com- mittee 3. RIKKI SUSAN CLARKE 49 Woodchester Drive, Chestnut Hill Lobster I Prophesy That: Building One will collapse soon. Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior year. Bealsg II: Bigelowg College. Home Room Manager lg Science Fair lg Field Hockey lg Volley Ball 1, 2g Chemistry Club 53 Future Teachers Club 1: Home Economics Club Ig Latin Club 1g Spanish Club 2. A fs I -fi S-I 4 it I ' : au . at gerist - 5. 1 if is if i-al' GUY LAWR I:Nf.Ii f.l.I:.NIl:N'I'I: IR jurnr, fnmrt, fI1:'J.rf,n I'et Qliotzitifiii l ffuiiv -a..i:.' 'f hear you." flflvifl: ru -,',5.lv,iii1 -. Inari sornetliingf, floifi ju-.v un 'fs time. NTIIS, Ill'I', IJ.iy, folie, Adrriinistrau,-fl Anil I, J, wi President 6. GEORGE S. CLEVELAND 24 Fairfield St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr, Fishers U. S. Ilistory class. I Prophesy That: We will heat Brookline on Thanksgiving of 1980. Barry: Ilg Day: College. Science Fair 25 Camera Club lg Radio Club I, 2, 3. NYA JANETTE CLEVELAND 505 Central St., Auburndale Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior year. I Will to NHS: My sister. Adamsg II: Warreng College. Caduceans 3: Student Office Secretary 5. CHARLOTTE ANN CLIFTON 97 Austin St., Newtonville Charl Claim to Fame: My green skirt CIt's a little too -o-o-o-0 shorti. I Will to NHS: My new shoes. They keep falling oft when I go up the stairs. Bealsg ll: Dayg College. Spring Musical 2: Drama Festi- val Zg Rally Committee I. 2. S. Vespers 2, 5 Dance Committee 2, 35 Stage Crew 2: Ushers I, 2. 3g Tennis 2, 53 Drama Club l. 23 Music Club 1, Z, 5: Orchesis 2, 31 Outing Club l. 2: Mixed Chorus l1 Girls' Chorus 2, 5. PHILIP COAKLEY 92 Sheridan St.. West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: The three GREAT years at NHS, Advice to Sophomores: STUDY HARD!! Rileyg Ig Wlirreng College. NATHAN BULLARD COBB 266 Highland Aye.. XYest Newton Nobis Fondest Memory of NHS: "THF MARACDIYRSUL The Senior Prom in my -Iunior year. Claim to Fame: The 'SLIUCKH sign. Riley: l: Warren: College. Legislature I1 Home Room Man- ager Q: llouse Civics Committee 1. F1 Orange Shield 2. 5: School Exchange I1 Newtonire F1 Tiger- .ima Committee 2. 31 Senior Play 5: Spring Musical I1 Centennial ll Stage Crew 21 Motion Picture Squad 2, 5: Baseball l. I. 5: Bas- ketball l. 1. 51 Football 1. F1 Intra- mural Sports l. 2. 5: French Club I. 5: Music Club 2. 3: Concert Band l. lg Marching Band ig Dance Band 3: Class Committee Q. Q 1 I 'G' 1 'f I 'r - X fe. 1 L - 41? I --5 at -4 x. R9- ,3 J Q 1 - 1- TN Q' r 7 7.7 Sn v BARBARA RUTH COHEN 43 Lakeview Ave., Newtonville Barb I will to NHS: My lovely broth' er, Barry. Pet Quotation: 'l know the .in- swers but l dont understand the question." Bells. lg Day, College. R.illv Committee 1, 23 House Council 31 Field Hockey 1, 2, Eng- lish Club 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 33 lntern.1tion.1l Club l. 2, 3, Mu- szc Club 1, 1. 51 Student Office Secretary 1, 2. MYRON HAROLD COHEN 63 Garland Rd., Newton Centre Ronnie, Ron I XY'ill to NHS: My Bermuda gym shorts. I prophesy that: Twinkies will return to the cafeteria. Riley, 1, X'i'eeks, College. Home Room Manager 1, Sen- ior Play 3, House Council 3, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, Rifle Club 1, Parking Commit- tee 3. SUSAN GRACE COHEN 28 Eliot Memorial Rd., Newton Fondest memory of NHS: Peter Gunn of Tigerama - Spring of 1959. Beals, I, Bigelow, College. Legislature 1, Drama Board 1, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 1, 2, Vespers 1, 2, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Orchesis 1, 2, 3, Arts Festival 2, Mixed Chorus 1, A Cappella Choir 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Dance Board 2, 3, Student Office Secretary 1. WARREN COHEN 28 Milo St., West Newton I Prophesy That: Mr. Ferguson will hire three full time statis- ticians. Pet Peeve: All the Red Tape. Palmer, II, Warren, College. Orange Shield 3, Newtonian 3, Newtonite 2, 3, Ushers 1, Base- ball 1, 2, 3, Football 2, 3, Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, Athletic Equipment 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, International Club 1. VINCENT JAY COKELY 18 Tudor Terrace, Auburndale J1mPY Fondest Memory of NHS: The "Marauders." I Will to NHS: Paint remover for the building II steps. Palmer: I, II, Warren, College. Home Room Manager 1, Tiger- ama Committee 1, Senior Play 3, Boys' Athletic Board 33 House Council 2, 3, Motion Picture Squad 1, Indoor Track 1, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 3, LaCrosse 2, 3, Class Committee 1. GUY MICHAEL COLETTI 40 Brookside Ave., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: The Senior Prom. Bacon, II, Day, College. Home Room Manager 1, 2, Sen- ior Play 3, Boys' Athletic Board 5: Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, Biology Ciub 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, Music Club 3. 19 ,019 ' r 2 'r-'yi 1 f My --T W, i- I f O . .e A .. 5 f , 'fm -::..?? r- f- ' ',3'fr'535'3K5-tL::"A.1 an ' in-1? 'ov rt51j,,..A.tE,:::,1L..,. .3 ,,..A,j...wh Til., ' A i,-vj. -' ' cf ' u2? "':P" -"" 3.41-,.'T5g Af. F. '. 14 inu amt w p. 1','iQi'i'f'lT1Q1Q V .g,g,Q, ::7Zg,',-gay ywyfgg :Li-V "Lk-2-',1f5"'Z ,ir .11 'WS ' -4 . .,,,:,.::m3ik,i' 3 .,, 15:--::i.'g:1I.'.,2,.,if,. -' .'-1 1-P-:fits '14 V ,g 1 ,.e,.,W. . . ,V-fi. 1.5L-if ,4,,5f,1 ,.f ,,. - 3,-k-v M, ,mm . . ,, r...,...,, V V -':""' N Lives like ri sailor on az mast RONALD J. COLLOTTA 55 Arlington St., Newton Pet Quotation: Censored. Advice to Sophomores: Don't do it. Bacon, II, Bigelow, College. Home Room Manager 1, Senior Play 3, Boys' Athletic Board 2, 33 Stage Crew 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Drama Club 2, Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2. SYLVIANE RUTH COLOMBO 259 Ward St., Newton Centre Sylvia Claim to Fame: International Wanderer. I Will to NHS: An information bureau for AFS students. Bacon, I, G. Sommeiller, Torino, Italy, College. International Club 3, Russian Club 3. JILL AMY COLPAK 192 Cotton St., Newton Claim to Fame: I survived three years of Illinois plan math. I Will to NHS: A winning football team. Fondest Memory of NHS: Data sheet ashes. Beals, 1, Bigelow, College. Newtonian 3, Newtonite 2, 33 Orange Book 2, 3, Senior Play 33 Rally Committee 2, Archery 1, 2, 3, Drama Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Music Club 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, 3, A.F.S., Treasurer 2, 33 Commons Room Committee 2, cof chairman 3. FRANK COMPAGNONE 276 River St., West Newton Compy I Will to NHS: My parking place, the one I never had. Advice to Sophomores: Bring your own lunch. Adams, II, IV, Warren, College. Orange Shield 3, Junior Red Cross Council 1. X a ANAGAIL CONE 76 Elmore St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: The Arts Festival 1960. I Will to NHS: All my pocket- books that were mistaken for suit- cases. Palmerg Ilg Weeksg College. Theatrical Make Up I, 25 Tiger- ama Committee I, 23 Vespers 1, 2. MARYRENA CONE 76 Elmore St., Newton Centre Claim to Fame: My red Chevy. Pet Peeve: Waking up early. Palmerg Ilg Weeksg College. Social Board I, 2, ,lg Rally Com- mittee I, 25 Art Club I, 2, 'mg Drama Club I, 25 Home Iiconom- ics Club 2. CAROLYN LOUISE CONNORS 16 Lincoln Park, West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Robinson's History class. Advice to Sophomores: Flunk now, avoid the rush later. Adamsg Ig St. Clareg College. Caduceans 2, 3g Biology Club 29 Girls' Athletic Board 53 Stage Crew 3g Outing Club 35 Spanish Club 3. FRANCIS XAVIER CONWAY 730 Boylston St., Newton Highlands I Will to NHS: Gym Sneakers. Pet Peeve: Hiking up to the third floor. NTI-ISQ lllTg Sacred Heart Schoolg Service. 5-1 pi-as ...f , FQ 1 YA N X, Z5 Q- as T ...Q X Ami thereby bangs tl tale I 1 V -1 qv ill, I I J vo xx'-'7' K IiI,"I'II SUSAN f.f1f1I'IpI4w'II,IN ii V.!.:':.'gj. I': ' 4 - If .':.1 I'f,rrif,-',f .'vI'jf!.',f:. .7 . X l,ff,'ii'. I'f-v U .'.'i'i',r. 'I 1-'ff J r:.:r, .'f-, fur . .:.'f, l'.ilfI."f I ll-i'. 1 ,..' . Uri: 'X"!.:' I . Il", f- I .f:.75,." 1, 'T' I if "'. 'f.f,... Ima-r 'g V 1, V, ,, I, J, 3, f.r.1,f,.' CHAR LILS ANTI IUNY ffili IN III Iieeerr' Si, I-I-ff,-,' r. .N-Ir f. Fun fest fi-Iefz. .ry uf secwriii Serin.: yer: f.l.iirn rf, I'ar:.',- I ,.:. .. Mr. S'.'..rris x,jzer'.:-.1 .f. Ijuturi, I. f.'.Qle.'e Y'.'.iff'gf. 'I'rur,i:, In - In -. fi: door J, Iri':.i:: . Ng 1 ,, ig Del1ariri:f,Q..2. . i n Club 5, SL1encef.l-i NANCY JEAN COSTFLLO 194i Parmenrer RJ. X"l'e-I Ne-'.i.:.n Nan I XY'ill tr. XIIS: A .-,f parking lrrt r-rr ste it-rits nlj., I prophesy Thar Lrg, C Qett will never run -ur -r s. :fs Bacong Ilg Daj.. C-liege Rally Cnmrziittee -. In-Q.: 51 Tennis l, -. -. U-t.?.4 f...F v EDXVARD CR.-XDDOCK Vi Ni!1.iT1f..f1'. St, Nev.: fi lSg.:tE: Pet Lifii rx Uri I XYHQ1 :I XIIS Hit parking I--r -.-.:::z::: ew. -. dismnte, Rlitk. lllgg .Q f - lege. SANDRA .IFAN CROOI-Q l'll XY,i1tf:.a:11 Sf. YXLQZ Nt'-1.2 it ,limi lwtwa H QHQQ' X' H If.f1.1t-I Xlefti 1 5 N224 .ft l:f1.i.2i-. l3,a.'Cfi. I, DJ.. ilsgti Xtute .azt 1. L ' ', Q. liust C'..fig1Q Q, Yu? . 1, Upitzfi: Club ' Q, SYSAN LOUISE CROSBY uS XXHETNN its R: . XX ,tt New 2 'H Sp.: I XYIII to NHS Xif L which cet, s:t.a..tr .an CVSTY 'I iif. Chief lfsilingz Clint' :Q the :hard :loci in building three with- out getting wintied. Bacong Il: Day: College. House Civics Cqmmgttee SL Lg- brary Committee 3: House Asset:- bly Committee 2. BARBARA LEE CROXVE lilo Lexington St., Anburnd.ile Fondest Memory of NHS: Those early morning gsm classes. Advice to Sophornores: Start now to think of your fondest memory. Palmer: ll. XY'.irreng College. Drama Festixal lg Rally Com- mittee F. Ushers I. 3: Basketball F: French Club 33 Music Club 2: Orchesis l, 2. JOSEPH A. CUCCHI 122 Hawthorne St.. Nonantum Cooch Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Bertmans English -1 class. I XY'ill to NHS: A smoking lounge for students. Barry: Il: Our Lady's: Service. Science Fair l, 3: NX'orkshop' 3. SANDRA LEE CULLMAN 'S Hull St., Newtonville Claim to Fame: My white horse. I XY'ill to NHS: Midnight visit- ors. Bacon: I1 Day: College. Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1: Rally Commit- tee l, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3L Ushers 1, 2, 31 Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis l, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3: Student Office Secretary 1: Arts Festival 1. KENNETH COPELAND CUMMINS 14 Tarleton Rd., Newton Centre Ken, Kenny I XX7ill to NHS: Co-Educational Gym Classes. Pet Quotation: "What's Happen- in?" Riley: I: Weeks: College. National Honor Society 2, 33 Legislature 2, 3: Newtonian 1, 3: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 3: President, House Council 2, 3: Ushers 31 Science Fair 1: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3: Debating Club 3: French Club 2, 3: Inter- national Club 3: Rifle Club 1, 2, 3: Key Club 2, 3: World History Club 1: Fencing Club 2: Alternate to Boys State 2. THOMAS CUNNIFF 68 W'yoming Rd., Newtonville Tom Pet Quotation: If first you don't succeed. QUIT! Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Stepnens' math class: exercises in gym. Riley: I: Day: College. Ushers 2: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2: Baseball Al, 2, 3: Intramural sports 1, 2, 33 Hunting and Fish- ing Club I: LaCrosse 1. ANTHONY CUPO 57 Oak Ave., West Newton Tony Fondest Memory of NHS: The initiating of sophomores in the finishing room. I Will to NHS: A secret en- trance out of the cafeteria so the kids can sneak out for a smoke. NTHS: IIIT-12: Warren: Busi- ness. Administrative Aids 1, 2, 3. is A bit, cz very palpable bit ,--Q 40? STEPHEN HUMPHREY CUSTER 275 Lowell Ave Newtonville Steve Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Packard's German Class. Riley: I: Day: College. Music Club 1, 2, 3: Sailing Club 2, 3: Music Board 3. in I :la C , 'ff fs. i f , . i f Q. az- ' 3 . . .,' so ,t-,X Y iw Q . -f, rf., sf. . ...arm --. ff ax' mfr .95 ' -P .- s' me " 1? :lit . ' 7i+zi If Us as ,--r-. ia, .AY . x W ei LINDA DAHL 47 Central Ave., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Mus- ical activities, senior play. Pet Peeve: The howling, hyster- ical masses at barbaric football rallies and games. Palmer: I: Day: College. Orange Shield 2: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2: Vespers 1, 2, 35 Stage Crew 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Cavalry Club 1: Drama Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Mad- rigal Singers 33 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. FREDERICK JOSEPH DALICANDRO 60 West St., Noantum Willy Fondest Memory of NHS: Walk- ing to class with guess who? Claim to Fame: The Newton High football team. Barry: II: Day: College. Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 33 Football 1, 2, 3. -., .V - ,.1 . -. -uf i 51. mfg.. t- .gy ., rj 'g .4,,'1,, ,iw-ag . . 1 , .. .,. 1 . . " 'Mig fi 'l'-2 1.".x.i L, '51 cz, f . .r -i -- ul S+..-.X EQ 9 2 i 1? ,. ,. ,, .gn .1- Q-if ,J 4,34- . 1 'gym -ri. v ,- PJ . ...s.t.... f . H.. .... X R., if lf : A l JAY MARTIN DALY 227 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Talk- ing with Miss Johnson till 5 p.m. I Will to NHS: The 260 hours I survived in detention. Riley: IIIB. Day: Service. WJ N 'QQ--'rv MAR-IORIE LENNON DANER 490 Chestnut St., Wahan Margie Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior homeroom in 2204. Palmer: Ig Weeks: College. Home Room Manager 3: llouse Civics Committee 'ng Senior Play Properties Committee 5: Rally Committee lg llouse Council 3: Dance Committee 2: Iinglish Club 2: Sailing Club 2, 5: Class Com- mittee 2: Prom Committee 25 Class Ring Committee 2: American Field Service 2, 35 llouse Chairman of Fund Drive 2: Cavalry Club 3. JEROME RAYMOND DANGEL 4 Cabot Court, Newtonville Jerry I Prophesy That: in two years Fidel Castro will shave. Pet Peeve: Running out of gas on Walnut Street at 2:50. Palmer: I: Warreng College. Home Room Manager 1: Spring Musical 3: Vespers 33 Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3g Music Club 2g Marching Band 1, 2: Concert Band 1, 25 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 1, 2: A Cappella Choir 3. ARNOLD STANLEY DANIELS 55 Huntington Rd., Newton I Will to NHS: All my appreci- ation. Advice to Sophomores: Don't take any Senior's advice. Adams: I: Roxbury Latin: Col- lege. The weird sisters liz .4 1 Qs-- 3 F "'s-of ' 41? A -f 1. f .. Q.. J, .s n ' 1, 5 ff' ,U 2 e .. .- 'Q ROBERT RIPLEY DANIELS 63 Perkins St., West Newton Bob Pet Quotation: Do it tomorrow, you've made enough mistakes to- a . Advice to Sophomores: Get lost in the crowd Palmer I Warren Colle e Home Room Manager 3 Sta e Cr w 1 2 3 QS' ELEANOR ANN IJARGON IH St JZIIIHTS Sr, Newrori Olive fill lionfle-,r .Nlerriory oi NHS W'l'.l7 ing the Prior Shop in my wf,i,l.', more and junior j,'f::ir'. l Plloplitsy' That 'liwmo will ii' ride the tunnels oi NHS nf-xi j,f liacong Ill, lliyelov., l5i.',i:w DWIGHT W. DAVENPORT 52 Northgate Pk., West Newton Chief Failing: Not taking out all the girls at NHS. Fondest Memory of NHS: Standing in the hall watching the girls. NTHS: lll-T: Warren: College. Intramural Sports 353 A. A. 3. JUDITH ANN DAVIDSON 123 Norwood Ave., Newtonville Judy Fondest Memory of NHS: Cym- bals, chop-sticks, and T-squares. Pet Quotation: 'XX'ould YOL' like to buy an Orange Book?" Beals: Ig Il: Bigelow: College. Orange Shield 2, 3: Orange Book 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3: Chem- istry Club 3g French Club 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 1, Z: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 33 Student Office Secretary 2: A Cappella Choir 2, 3. ELAINE MARIE DAVIS 170 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Lainy Pet Quotation: "One smile is worth a million tears." Pet Peeve: Teachers. Beals: II: Somerville High: Bus- iness. Orange Shield 52 Rally Com- mittee 3. SALLY JEAN DAY 66 St. Marys St.. Newton Lower Falls Sal I W'ill to NHS: My dirty, crum- pled assignment book. Pet Quotation: lt is impossible. yet possible. Palmer: I: XY'arren: College. Newtonian 31 Senior Play Candy Committee 5: Centennial 11 Leatler Corps 1, 2. 3: Stage Crew I. Q: Intramural Sports 5: International Club 31 Latin Club 5. PATRICIA ZEE DEATS 106 Berkeley St., Yfest Newton Pat Fondest Memory ot NHS: All- state orchestra 1900. Chief Failing: Thinking I dont have one. Palmer: I: XY'arren: College. National Honor Society I. FL Publications Board 3: Home Room Manager 2: Newtonian Editor F: ' ring Nlugica I. 3: Centcnnisl ' 'Nespers . -. ,: L:her: fx Drama Club 1: French Club -. f: International Club 1 Orche tr 1 1 District Otche tra state Orchestra Retle twn Student Otti e Se retars Girls State Niusi lub Secretarx at I -A ,J Cx ,J '-Q 'im- A 'Q f? A 6- . 'I ,f 1 1 ISL IIUIM 1 . 1 , 'TK' Nu., . if l 4 . 9 65'-. '-Y' ...av Wu.,-M L. if . 5 - I ALVIN SCOTT DEERING -128 Main St., Medfield Scotty Pet Peeve: Car A-10 of the New- ton Police Department. Claim to Fame: I don't claim fame. NTHSQ IT, Medfield High, Col- lege. Senior Play 2, 33 Spring Musical 1, 2, Drama Festival 1, 2, 3, Cen- tennial 2, Stage Crew 1, 2, 3. PAUL CHARLES DEFFELY 7 Auburn St., West Newton Deff Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior and senior years. I Will to NHS: My uniform for the marching band. Palmer, II, Warren, College. Latin Club 1, Concert Band 2, 3, Marching Band 2, 3. DAVID ANDREW DEGEORGE 136 Gibbs St., Newton Centre ..De.. Fondest Memory of NHS: "The Friday Night Club." I Will to NHS: My supply of yellow slips. Adams, II, Weeks, Service. House Traffic Squad 3. MICHAEL PAUL DELFINO 206 Adams St., Newton Mike I Phophesy That: Newton South High School will have a higher rating than Newton North. Advice to Sophomores: Grow a little more. Palmer, IV, Day, Service. Football 1, 2, 3, Indoor Track 1, 2, 3, Gymnastic Team 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. BARBARA JEAN DELOREY 25 Scribner Pk., Auburndale Barbe, Barb Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior year in Mr. Malone's bio- logy class. Chief Failing: Trying to make it to F-block on the 4th floor of Building One. Palmer, II, Warren, College. Senior Play 35 Leader Corps 2, Music Club 3. ALFRED DELLICICHI 95 Warwick Rd., West Newton Al I Prophesy That: The I.B.M. machines will devour Newton High. Advice to Sophomores: Quit while you're ahead. Beals, II, Day, College. Home Room Manager 1, Orange Shield 1, 2, Outdoor Track 3, In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Gymnas- tic Team 2, 3, Chemistry Club 3' Rifle Club 1, Boys' Athletic Board 166 . L . lm . .3 - as all ri VINCENT JOSEPH DELMASTRO 997 Beacon St., Newton Centre Vinny, Vin Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior year. I Prophesy That: The boys will once again take over the walled off section of the cafeteria. Riley, II, Weeks, College. Home Room Manager 3, House Civics Committee 3. PETER DELPHOS I5 Howland Rd., West Newton Pete Fondest Memory of NHS: When I finisied my junior year. Advice to Sophomores: Work hard and don't waste time. Palmer, II, Worcester Classical, College. Orange Shield 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Chemistry Club 2. PAUL DAVID deMARIANO 81 Elmhurst Rd., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Ken- yon gym with Mike, Danny, Skip, and tne guys. I Will to NHS: Blue '55 Vic- toria with the "hot pipes." Riley, I, Bigelow, College. Home Room Manager 1, Orange Shield 2, Ice Hockey 2, Biology 1, Home Room Representative. IFN "f if M4 2 Q He was az scholar, and az ripe and good one EDWARD DE MICHELE 287 Washington St., Newton Eddie Fondest Memory of NHS: Talk- ing with Mr. Rossi. I Will to NHS: The 100 days I skipped school. Riley, III, Bigelow. 6, 'x ' x xx! PATRICIA MARIA DeNUCCI 53 Gardner St., Newton DeNuch, Pat Claim to Fame: Sister of the future Middleweight Champ. Fondest Memory of NHS: Fri- day the 13th, the day the lights went out. Palmer: IV: Bigelow: College. Orange Shield 33 Rally Commit- tee lg House Council 2: junior Red Cross Council lg Vespers 2, 31 Ushers lg Tennis 2: Drama Club 1: Orchesis 1: Girls Chorus 2, 3. BARBARA MARIE D'ERCOI.E 168 Cabot St., Newton Barbie, "Furbish" Pet Quotation: "Hi, Furbs, No. l and No. 3. Pet Peeve: Sorry I didn't come to Newton sooner. Beals: lg Our Lady's: College. DOROTHY BOSK DERICK 272 Chestnut St., West Newton Dotsy Claim to Fame: 1960 National Red Cross Convention, Kansas City, Missouri. Fondest Memory of NHS: Thanksgiving pre-game get-to- gethers. Palmer: Ig Warren: College. National Honor Society 2, 33 Tigerama Committee 3, Secretary 1, 2: Spring Musical 25 Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3g Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, President 33 Leader Corps Z, 33 Archery 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 2, 31 National Red Cross Convention 23 Reflections 13 Class Committee 3. 5 'ia i w4..,:l Lord, what fools these morttzls be! EDWARD JOSEPH DEVLIN 129 Cypress St.. Newton Centre Ed Pet Quotation: That's the way the ball bounces! Advice to Sophomores: Dont call Ernie. Ernie. NTI-IS: III-T: Don Bosco Tech. High: Service. 7 DAVID KENNETH IJEVORE ZHH Cabot Sr, N1:v.toti'.'i1ff: Huey Dave Fondest Mem .ry of NHS .Klr Letner's hook shot and his zpliv level castles. Claim to Fame: The ezpresuior. I produced on Mrs. l.ee's fare -,-.liiw giving my reports. Beals: lg Day: College. National llorior Sofiety J, 1. Civics Committee 3: House Civifs Committee 3: Newtonian 5: Science Fair I, 53 Morton Picture Squa-1 lg Alpha Ciamma Tau Z, 5, Pliysits Club Z, SQ Radio Club l. Z. 1. Russian Club 2, 33 Baseball Man- ager l, 2, 3g Class Committee Z. EDWARD MARSH DeWOLF 349 California St. Newton TCLi,XX'ti1flf: Fondest Memory of NHS: Getting through 2 years of Latin. Advice to Sophomoresi Cro out for sports in your SOPHOMORE YEAR. Beals: Ig Day: College. Football 3: Track Indoor 2, Co- captain 33 Outdoor Track 1, 2, 3. HENRY JOSEPH DEZOTELL 100 Westchester Rd., Newton Skip Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Rossi's business class, Palmer: III: Day: Service. Football lg Rifle Club 2. FREDA DIAMOND 55 Prentice Rd., Newton Centre Freddi Chief Failing: I can't say NO! I Prophesy That: Someday homework will go out of style. Palmer: Ig Weeks: College. Legislature 1: Spring Musical 31 Rally Committee 1, -1 Centennial 1: Basketball 1: Tennis 2: Drama Club 2: French Club 1, 2: Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club Z, 5. CAROL ELLEN DIBENEDETTO 393 Cherry St., XY'est Newton Casserole, Cuz Fondest Memory of NHS: Hay- ing my aunt as Senior Class Ad- visor. I XY'ill to NHS: My iunior French class with Mr, Elliot. Palmer: ll: Day: College. Senior Play 31 Spring Musical I. 33 Rally Committee 1. 2. 3: Cen- tennial lg House Council 2: Yes- pers 1. 2, 3: Music Club 1: Out- ing Club 1. 2. 31 Future Teachers Club 31 Tennis I1 Treasurer ot Palmer House 31 Student Office Secretary 21 A Cappella Choir 1, Z. 3. CATHERINE DIBENEDETTO 149 Parmenter Rd.. West Newton Kay. liasie. Cuz I XY'i1l to NHS: My pink Kleenexes. Pet Quotation: "XY'hat's yer problem". Palmer: I: Day: College. Rally Committee 1. 1: Centen- nial 1g Outing Club 1. 2. ffl 7 . 'X 1 fx. po. 1 Q I. .6 3 gf- .g,.7w gi. I fi ea? .wap 'Hn- . J . S-AW . .X aa. m -Q ' " I 1 I 19? aa 5 Ns. SANDRA LOUISE DI DOMENICO -I Bowers St., Newtonville Sandi Fondest Memory of NHS! Ml'- Flliot's junior year French class. Palmer: ll: Day: College. Rally Committee I, 2: Outing Club lg Sailing Club 5. JANCIS NICOLA DIENES 46 Walker St., Newtonville Advice to Sophomores: Don't take any advice. I Will to NI-IS: Student tickets to the elevator in Building Four. Bacon: I: Collegiate Girls' School, Leicester, England: College. FRANCINE R. DIGGINS 129 Grassmere St., Newton Franny Fondest Memory of NHS: Study in 1324 during my Junior year. I Will to NHS: All the little blue cards I used for filing. Beals: IV: Bigelow: College. LORRAINE DILUZIO 9 Rockland St., Newton Lorry, Ginger, Tex Fondest Memory of NHS: The great parties that M. L. and I went to with J. P., J. G., J. M., and J. N. I Will to NHS: New light bulbs for the Building Two tunnel. Bacon: IV: Bigelow: Business. Orange Shield 3: Rally Commit- tee 1: Class Committee 2. ALICE BARTLETT DIMAN 645 Centre St., Newton "A", Al, Alley I Will to NHS: My beautiful blonde sister. Pet Quotation: "As a matter of fact". Palmer: I: Bigelow: College. Theatrical Make Up Chairman 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musi- cal 2, 3: Drama Festival 2, 3: Dance Committee 2: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 2, 3: French Club 3: Music Club 2, 3: Outing Club 2: Student Office Secretary 1, 3: A.F.S. Committee 2, 3. CAROLYN DI RUSSO 25 Scribner Park, Auburndale Carol Pet Quotation: "Quack." Palmer: II: Warren: College. Vespers 2, 3: Art Club 2, 3: Drama Club I: Orchesis 2, 3. A IM Et tu, Brute! Q: KN-M, 1 111 MARJORIE JANE DOBKIN 23 Richmond Rd., Newton Oleo, Scrooge Claim to Fame: The birth of the cemetery party and winning the motorcade. I Prophesy That: Someday somebody will find a restaurant that sells grinch soup. Barry: II: Bigelow: College. Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 1: Science Fair 1: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 2: Music Club 2, 3: Orchesis 1, 2, 3: Junior Class Committee 2. CYNTHIA DERAMAR DOHANIAN 432 Waltham St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Elliot's junior year French class. Pet Peeve: People asking about my curler. Palmer: II: Day: College. Rally Committee 1, 2: Field Hockey 2: Sailing Club 3. MARSHA LOUISE DOLBIER 28 Ash St., Auburndale Doll, Marsh Fondest Memory of NHS: November 13, 1959. Chief Failing: W. W. E. Palmer: II: Warren: College. Rally Committee 3: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Homeroom Representa- tive to House Council 3. THOMAS HOLLIS DOSWELL 19 Central Close, Auburndale Tommy, Judge I Will to NHS: My marks. Chief Failing: LORNA. Palmer: II: Warren: College. Tigerama Committee 1. 'W-. I do perceive here az cliviclecl cluty x f """t-vw if iv Q-lf' 40 2:1 : . 4' J E W T W' ' Nu ' -5 ., 1 .4 'Y gs, iw 'ff Y Q' T .J- S H . I 'P 'x . 70 .Y ' , 'fr 53 5. Ii : Nr' fi 'E at . ' :f ' .I'g fra 4 M! f 1 ' il ,ar SUE ANNE DRAISIN 23 Pierrepont Rd., Newton Lower Falls Pet Quotation: jeg er veldig dum. Hva sier du? Nei, hva var det? Fondest Memory of NHS: Farm pond with Debs: thinking from afar. Palmer: lg Warreng College. Homeroom Manager 23 School Exchange 2: Spring Musical 2: Leader Corps 1, 2: Marching Band l, 2: Concert Band l, 2: Band Exchange lg Band Executive Board 1, 2: Band Secretary 2: Associates Council lg American Field Service Committee 1, 23 Reflections lg Band Publicity Chairman lg Ameri- can Field Service Exchange Student 5. MYRNA S. DRUCKER 66 Marlboro St., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Sharin' and comparin' my plans, hopes, joys and sorrows with Marcia. Pet Quotation: "May l please have just one more minute?" Palmer: llg Bigelowg College. Drama Festival 2g Rally Com- mittee I, 2: Vespers 2, 33 Drama Club 2: English Club 2. 3: French Club 1, 2: Future Teachers Club 2 ' 3 ' MARGARET DUFFY 323 Cherry St., XVest Newton Ginny Fondest Memory of NHS: The wonderful kids I have met. Pet Quotation: "Rots of ruckf' Adams: lVg Whitten: Business. Tennis l, 23 Archery 2: Home Economics Club 3. JOAN LOUIS DULMAN 76 Gray Cliff Rd.. Newton Centre -loanie Fondest Memory of NHS: Brookline-Newton games, Claim to Fame: A smilei Palmer: lg XY'eclQs: College. Newtonite 2, 3: Tigerama Corn- mittee 1, 21 Student Office Secre- tary 2, 5: Rally Committee l. 1. 5g French Club 2, 51 Future Teach- 169 ers Club 21 Latin Club 11 Class Committee 1. A' , 'fr i tml' Qi I' -4:1 , f . I ,1- -45 ' 4? .15 , ll X xx .S 3 s.. 1 t I.l'.l: ANT llf1".'i' lil WJ, KN . f .'- .' ' 5, ' l ,r.2 . . tif: 4 ..lf.L' lic". if f-.- rw, f f1"- '. f.. fix. Sl'w.XX.f'l'N'Nl1ll4l1kNH i. ,H .,, Ulf." ' l lI'.'. ' .'. 1 1 , 'ffl in 'Q xwpxkki-.x l:l.l.NX'x'fJR'lll or triox ,la -1 utr:-. V v-.. - 1 fL.,. ..., lt.r1'c's'Xl',7:3 . 'NWN - Illwffllflg c TTL: ffra-.s Vet Qui rat: 5. Nb. :.t-ry t I R f Nilillx, YY ,1fTcT..f .443 Fe- tlxtll I. - NORFEN FRANCES DXYYFR S' ll.ik'cilILLTsI AKC. Vfcif Nc"-KT X r Iiontiest Mc-:tt :'. at NHS A the tt.n.icr:'..Q te.at?:t-rs .mg Qu: lve me: .ani '-ull ne'-er I ' c l Wall t. NHS All :Etc urappc-rs TT ru X-lil quiet stggcizw Paimtr. ll. Dr., C Qlc-.' ll-me Rt :tt xlnflzll 4. Rai. Cwnzfiiztrcr I. .f. Li .: X. Tthr.: Q. .-Xrthtri I. U..rgr:' F..:..' Ttstitcrs 11.5 -. N' -:': Urn, Set?et.ar'. 9 Cf.-XROL VOX FGGFRS S- Fic.as.a::t FT. Ykitsf YQ'-11 TT lfrrttiesr Xltrti C N255 Drs ins: Wt- I .1' 'S .rt :F 5:1 " 1 4 :rig : :it .,- . .,, 1 1 ta. . Na. .. .A .T :tid li...1.:.'pU INX. 7 NEW L ilk-ffi 'gxthscg .A "K N 'Q 1' XXL TLV -gf lik. tx.: l .LQL New? 53.16 2 F." . Fx,?'f.? , ,L. .,,. t ..... ,, is , K, . , ,.,. , .. , .. .. . l.,.s...1... Q U1 :tg LQ? Q. .NTS - XY! ' .f ' .st T1 k...f' 5 Qft it 7 art.: .l'.1::z'r Rtfrt .. L 1 is s.4:.ates L'v.:f1.1' Q. ffziftit lixse ki 11:11 V 1. Sf,Q ': Ofrpgt 5:51 .. .. 1 New . Nl.-XRY l,Ol'lSF FDNIAN ii' l:.l.f Nav Fx-Q. Newt xl.Ef'- i ig Ls. ' 'gs X1 Q F l7 11192 Xigziifz TXHS QLTTZ' li R Q1 ' .aria Mr Euler Fit E ess. Ts: I1 H riialirtterg ll: Day: College. Senza: Flax' F: Ralf'-' Csiinizt' ix: -Tennis F1 Archery' Q: Mas. Lis: E: Mixed Chffgi 1 G' Cher: Q. E. Q... - -at P""" I 5- - -rf, --1-gmv.-G-,1-M 1- ny.. S J. I F I -2 4 - i .'x 'f' ' 'x 3 iff Y 'IQG' . 3-,:. 'I E.-' '- 3 it . 45 'Vx , . l V 1 . w--as CAROLYN P. EATON --QS XX indsor Rd., XX.tb.tn Carol Fondest Memory of NHS: My itinior yt-.ir with Ginny and Caron. l XY'ill to NHS: More kids. Palmer, ll: Chapel Hill, College. Leader Corps 3: Cavalry Club A: Fit-1.1 iinrkt-y 5. SALLY HILDA ERICKSON 355 Cabot St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: -lunior English class with Mrs. Ehmann. I Will to NHS: An etiquette book entitled FIRST A LADY, THEN A BALLPLAYER! Palmer: I, Day, College. Newtonian 3, Newtonite 1, 2, House Council 3, Girls' Athletic Board 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2: Field Hockey 33 Badminton 1, 2, 3: Softball 1, 2, 3, Volley Ball 1. 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, LaCrosse 1, 2, 33 Outing Club 1, 2, Vice President 3, Student Office Secretary 2, 3: Girls' Athletic Commissioner of Palmer House 3. SARAH ELIZABETH EVERETT 85 Berkshire Rd., Newtonville Sally, Maggie P., Fire Bug I Will to NHS: Extra Math books for those who forget theirs. Pet Peeve: "Pluck rest, Pluck rest" "um PAH, um PAH". Fondest Memory of NHS: Burn- ing data sheets. National Honor Society 2, Vice President 3, Home Room Manager 33 Newtonian Data Editor 33 Spring Musical 1, 2. 3, Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, Centennial 1, Ves- pets 1, 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Drama Club 1, French Club 1, Music Club I, 3, Secretary 2, Class Com- mittee 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Ensemble 3, American Field Service 2, 3, Hosts and Guides 3, Orange Shield 3, District Orchestra 3, All-State Orchestra 3. WILLIAM EDWARD EVISON Bill Fondest Memory of NHS: Vaca- tions. Palmer, II, Warren, College. Orange Shield 3: Baseball 3, Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Art Club 3, Music Club 1, Concert Band 1, 2. MARCIA EMILY FALKOF 41 Prentice Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Sharin' and comparin' my hopes, plans, joys and sorrows with Myrna. I Will to NHS: My private mail service with direct routes to every- where at any time. And my "ad- vice to the love-lorn" Office. Palmer, I, Bigelow, College. Newtonian 3, House Council 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Future Teach- ers Club 1, 2, 3, Tusitala 2, 3, Sailing Club 2, World History Club, Secretary 1, House Assembly Manager 3. ELEANOR VICTORIA FALT 17 Parmenter Terr., West Newton Bonnie I Will to NHS: My sneakers with the hole in the toe. Pet Quotation: "So what's your problem now?" Riley, IV, Day, Business. Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Cen- tennial 1, Home Economics Club 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2. as .-Q 49178 MARCIA CAREN FAY 40 Bemis St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Allen's Advanced Placement Math Classes in my sophomore and junior years. I Will to NHS: More teachers like Mrs. Allen and Miss Cox. Palmer, I, Day, College. National Honor Society 2, 33 Home Room Manager 1, Spring Musical 2, Vespers 1, 2, 35 Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Music Board 2. SUSAN ISABELLE FAY 185 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville Chee Chee, Boo Boo I Will to NHS: The wet shakers from the Everett game. I Prophesy That: In 1974 the "Delli" will be the cafeteria of NHS. Palmer, I, II, Day, College. Orange Shield 2, 3, Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, Chairman 3, Vespers 2, 3, Leader Corps 3, Dance Com- mittee 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Class Committee 2, P.T.S.A. 2, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1. DAVID THOMAS FAZIO 1878 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Dave, Faze Fondest Memory of NHS: "Gon- doliers" and Madrigals. I Will to NHS: The stairs that go to 1444. Palmer, II, Warren, College. Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 2, 3, Madrigal Singers 3, A Cap- pella Choir 2, 3, Vespers 2, 3, House Bowling Team 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Music Night 2, 3. JANET ELLEN FELDMAN 117 Westchester Rd., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Mil- ton's Book Burning Party. Pet Quotation: "It's always darkest before the dawn". Palmer, I, Bigelow, College. Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 35 Orchesis 2, Latin Club 1, 2, 3. Though this he madness, yet there is method in't Unreal mockery, hence PETER STEVEN FELDMAN 140 Langdon St., Newton Pierre I Will to NHS: All the beauti- ful girls that go to NSHS. Advice to Sophomores: Quit while your ahead! Palmer, II, Hull High School, College. Science Fair 1, 2, 3, Ice Hockey 2, Track, Indoor 3, Track Out- door 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Meteorology Club 2, 3. RICHARD SAAD FERRIS 17 Bon Mar Circle, Auburndale Rick, Little Rick I Will to NHS: The homework that never gets done on weekends. Pet Quotation: Why Yes! Adams, II, Warren, College. Orange Shield 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Ice Hockey 2, Track, Outdoor 2, 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, House Traffic Squad 2, Newton Plan Office 1, 2, 3, Senior Class Com- mittee 3. CHARLES A. FIERIMONTE 63 Jackson Rd., Newton Hot lips Claim to Fame: I'm the local laundry man, drop your laundry. I Will to NHS: All my enemies. Bacon, IV, Bigelow, College. Orange Shield 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Newtonite 3, Senior Play 33 Ushers 2, Tennis 3, Gymnastic Team 2, Rifle Club 3. MITCHELL A. FINE 19 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville Mitch Claim to Fame: Having the op- portunity within two years to be in two different houses, Riley and Palmer. I Will to NHS: All my pink slips, yellow slips, and library passes that I never signed. Palmer, II, Day, College. Tigerama Committee 1, junior Red Cross Council 2, Track, Out- door 1, 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, English Club 1. 1 I NANCY lll:l.f1N HNF A! lllake St , Newton l Will to NHS A Ilotlit.-',litie for wet yytti tov.t-ls Ailvite to Sopliottiotez: lt", ti t too soon to -,tart worryitnf. Palmer, lg liiifc-low, Colle-i'f: National Honor Sofit.-ty .4, , Civics Committee 1, llouae Ciyif Committee, Chairman 3, Nevmr ian 5, Newtonite 2, 5, Rally Con. mittee l, House Council J, 1, Leader Corps 5, Ushers 6, Inter national Club 2, 'mg Tennis l, 2, 5, English Club l, 2, 5, lftenrli Club 2, 3, Latin Club l, 2, 1, Student Office Secretary 5, Reflet- tions l, 2, 3. MAXINE MARTHER FINEBERG 51 llomer St., Newton Centre Max Fondest memory of NHS: Tous mes professeurs. l Will to NHS: My calves. Beals, I, Weeks, College. Legislature l, House Civics Committee 2, Home Room Man- ager 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical l, 2, Vespers I, 2, 51 Leader Corps 2, 3, Ushers lg French Club 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2. 3, Orchesis l, 2, 5, Vice Presi- dent 3, Dance Board 2, 3, A Cap- pella Choir l, 2, 3, Student Of- fice Secretary 2. LELA ANN FIRGER 16 Kensington Ave., West Newton Lee, Lulu, Hot Lips Fondest Memory of NHS: The quiet, well organized cafeteria. Claim to Fame: Only person who was late to a class for 2 months straight. Palmer, IV, Day, College. Archery 1, Calvary Club 3, Meteorology Club 3. LINDA ANN FISHER 10 Arbor Rd., West Newton Fish, Lyn Fondest Memory of NHS: Sophomore year with L.R.. E.M.. L.P., T.R. Claim to Fame: Being one of the Mad Hatters. Palmer, lg Day: College. Home Room Manager Z1 Tiger- ama Committee 1: Senior Play 5: Rally Committee 1. 3: House Council 3, Latin Club 3: Music Club 3, Outing Club l, 2: Student Office Secretary 3. ROSEMARIE ANNE FIUMARA 55 Hyde Ave.. Newton Ro Fondest Memory of NHS: Being chosen as a maiorette and all the R.B.'s I've met. I Prophesy That: Someday someone will find a restaurant that sells grinth soup. Beals: ll: Bigelow, College. Legislature lg Civics Committee ll Home Room Manager lg Orange Shield 2. 5: Newtonite 3: Senior Play 51 Drama Festival l. 1. F1 Rally Committee l. I. 51 -lunior Red Cross Council 2: Ushers l: Archery 1. 51 Cavalry Club 51 Drama Club l. I. 3, Future Teach- ers' Club 2: Class Committee l. 2: Maiorette 2. 51 Student Office Sec- retary l. 2. 3: Traffic Squad F: Outing Club 1: Marching Band 2. 3. ERNEST BRUCE FLAGG 56 XY'illiston Rd.. Auburndale Ernie I XY'ill to NHS: All the flat tires I had on the way to school. Chief Failing: Math. NTHS, IIIT, Yfarren: Business. -v- x-lf' is X ai I fix id x RONALD THOMAS FLANAGAN l-IS Auburnd.ile Ave.. Wicst Neuron Fondest Nleniorv of NHS: Mrs. Y ' . . Aliens math classes. l Pfopliesy That: Newton High xxiil continue to be one of the :op rated high schools in the .ountryx Palmer: lg Wlirren: College. Alpha Gamma Tau 2, 3: Science Fair 3. PALIL NWARREN FLYNN -1' Davis Ave., Yfest Newton Doc Claim to Fame: Hanging up Ho ,lo's sign on Building Two. Pet Peeve: No juke box in the cafeteria. Bacon: ll: Bigelow: College. Orange Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2: Senior Play, Props Committee 3: Rally Committee Z: Science Fair 2. RICHARD MICHAEL FOLEY 93 Nonantum St., Newton Dick, the Kid II Claim to Fame: Susan. I Vfill to NHS: A few freckles. Riley: I: Bigelow: College. Intramural Sports I, 2: Rifle Club I. DENNIS FONTANO 498 Watertown St., Newtonville Animic Fondest Memory of NHS: The day when the two Rogers got bombed with snowballs. Advice to Sophomores: If the lights go out in school again, use the tunnels. Riley: II: Day: Service. Theatrical Make Up I, 2: Orange Shield 2: Junior Red Cross Council 2: Dance Committee 1: Ice Hockey 2, 3: Archery 2: Volley Ball 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Debating Club 3: Drama Club 1: LaCrosse I: Sailing Club 1. CAROL TOBY FOX 386 Ward St., Newton Centre Chief Failing: Subjects. Claim to Fame: One of the black :Sc yellow convertible gang. Beals: II: Bigelow: College. Theatrical Make-Up Club 2, 3: Orange Book 2: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2: Drama Festival 2: Archery 2, 3: Fencing 1, 2: English Club 3: French Club 2: Music Club 3: Orchesis 1, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1: Centennial Sym- posium I. DAVID ALAN FOX 276 Cherry St., West Newton Dave, Foxy Fondest Memory of NHS: The many friends I have gained: foot- ball games. I Will to NHS: Another senior class as great as this one. Riley: I: Warren: College. Home Room Manager I, 2: Orange Shield 2, 35 Newtonian 1: New-tonite 1, 2: Tigerama Com- mittee I, 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: House Council 2, 3: Vice President 21 Dane Committee 2: Ushers 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3l Basketball I, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: French Club 1: Key Club 3: Class Committee 1, 3. Q i 3 . ef' I is I I M Ki . E -lf-if T"'."Z? They that stand high MARJI ANNE FOX 259 Ward St., Newton Centre Marji Fondest Memory of NHS: Chem. lab in my junior year. Chief failing: Doing long range projects "the night before." Riley: I: Bigelow: College. Home Room Manager 2: New- tonian 3: Leader Corps 1, 2, 35 Cavalry Club I, Secretary 2: Chem- istry Club 3: Drama Club I, 2, 33 Outing Club 2: Spanish Club 3. STIRLING FRASER 29 Fern St., Auburridale Skip Fondest Memory of NHS: The days I wasn't there. I Will to NHS: More Kenyon Gym classes with cool Paul, Dan and the boys. Riley: II: Warren: College. Orange Shield 2, 3: Baseball 33 Ice Hockey 3: Gymnastic Team 3. ELAINE EDNA FRECHETTE 56 Madison Ave., Newtonville Frog Pet Quotation: "Who talks too much?" Fondest Memory of NHS: G- block study. Palmer: II: Day: College. Archery 1. PAUL A. FREDETTE 31 Southgate Pk., West Newton Fido Fondest Memory of NHS: Going to Boston for Mr. Penta. I Will to NHS: One pair well- used shop shoes. NTHS: IIIT-12: Warren: Serv- ice. Administrative Aides 3, Secre- tary. JASON N. FREDMAN 17 East Blvd. Rd., Newton Centre Jay I Will to NHS: "American Ob- servers" to Mr. Holmes. I Prophesy That: Building One will collapse, "soon." Beals: II, Bigelow, College. Home Room Manager lg Boys' Athletic Board 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Russian Club I, 2. JEFFREY M. FREEDMAN 118 Homer St., Newton Centre jeff Advice to Sophomores: Stay out! Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Harris' sophomore English class. Palmer: Ig Weeks, College. Legislature 2: Home Room Man- ager 3, House Civics Committee 3, Orange Shield 33 Newtonite 23 Baseball I, 2, 33 Intramural Sports l, 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 31 Chess Club I, 2, 3. STANLEY SAMUEL FREEDMAN 33 Wesley St., Newton Stan, "Stash" Fondest Memory of NI-IS: Four REAL fire drills in my junior year. I Will to' NI-IS: My left over Guinea pig food to future Illinois Math students. Beals, Ig Bigelow: College. Spring Musical 2, 53 Vespers 25 Science Fair 1, 23 Motion Picture Squad Ig Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Dele- gate to State Convention from Latin Club 2: Music Club I, 2, 3: Rifle Club Ig Intramural Sports 1, 2: Russian Club Z, 3, Vice Presi- dent 2g A.F.S. Exchange Student to Italy 3. LINDA CAROL FREEMAN 19 Westchester Rd., Newton Riley: Ig Bigelow: College. Senior Play 3, Rally Committee 1, 23 Tennis 3: Biology Club 2, 33 French Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 3. Such lm1'm01zy is Y" I ' I' Y " 4-. '1 -L., K,-, .-,qw -A 1.0. ,QQ I Fi' .C in fllZ01'fIll 501115 I Ita... ,iam , -Ala-,L 3 If NANCY I.I.I: IIQIINI HN I-.4 IIf.ri.f.-r X' : I ,I . . ..1I, If,:.-11,-gr .'i-If:::. IlI.xZI.1 I'f-.ti-.sl ' ' i!.f .".:! I .U Itf,--.f-fp. I "J.il. ' Nile 'Ir .f .i'tr.,- iv. rf".f'i: NI: Nglfn ::.Z .'-I. I'.1: Ii'-I II 'lu fffe- I IJ:.1:.,'-A NT of-' ' I' .. hgiriilu .'-I.. . Ii I' ' 'mi . l': '. I I Icrifc-t.f.i.t. ., 3 IJAYIIC Ii.::.:: f- I I.I.is', I '.::,::.. If I I ' ' I' " I I . .., fl .. Sl 'SAN XX'IzI.5lI I I 'RIIIR 5 I Klfxi' X' .Ai .' .?f.11.'. I'U,ri1c'er .Nic-rr. 7. Ifiitifn -. , zz. fi.. Itiic-I I.iz.:f..' If.-y.'.,f. Mr. Cit,l1:fg:.-I ..t I'.tlmcr II N'il.:ffL'f. I 'I'icc'r.irz..i I-::.n.."c-Q l . I'rcriII'i Il..In - I'.'.'t- 'I-.J fi Iluli 1, 5-Iizsit Il..l ' Ilfjc- Outing Iluh ' Nt:.it1:sI.I..l lil.lZAIilh'I'II ANN ILRNIAN in- Iittiizx :'i'.ws.':. A'-c. Nc-wt-.n Ilcrivc Liz Fondest Mc-ni rj. I.: NIIS Tr.: Senior Prom in my r nes: Mr. Nicliolas '.t.,rl.1 his!-. .A s sopltormirc year. Pct Peckc New Palmeri II, Biuclt uk, I ..c-gc IJYJDQQC Shield Q. Ilfafigc B .. n KEXNETII RALPH GALNER QQ Warren R.: , X'i'affan Kenny I XY'iII to NHS. Q5 slightly Qs Orange Shield butt. ns Fondest hlem-.TY vi XII? 'I-fic 1959 Tigeranmz Kitt. :clade Beslsg IL Bigeltixxi Cvllegc Civics Board 1. Cixits CX mit: tee 31 Uranuc Shield Q. 1. Chix?- msn 3. Newtonian 1. Nc-ur :1:. QL House Ct-until Q. Bi- l. 41 Il..5 Q3 International Illub l. fgiifill Club Q, 3. President 1. Rerlct- tions I. B.tsAetlulI l. 1 Tennzs Q. :L Intr.1mu:.al Spvrts l. Q. 1 MICHAEL ,IOSEPII GALYIN IU' Ilobsrt RJ . Ilhcsrrtut II:ll Misc. Iron Mike. Il.a'..1 Iffncicst Nlczti. rx I Niib Tri sc xxiiti .ifltl xxtzrq it 1:1 rc sf...:. in QQIWI. I XYill in XID bln fu i.gn.h scat .af :Etc IRQ.: Riltk. Xxlcgxi Kit Regt Ilvnzc R .t.' nt 5I.a:z.a4t: I. 07.111, Shit-ici 1. It:t:.amg:r.al Spurs 1. 3. Art Club 3, C.ax.xlfx Club l. Iltznting .arid Fishing Club l. Latin Club I. Q. LESLIE -IAXE GARBER Q0-4 Wfxrci Si . Nc'-1: fi Liritra lfcnciest Nltrttpff. .f N255 If Re. Bla. The tif:-L .ififllj L3 Clsizt' l'i.lfQl.Z il the sit: ti :rr If G Beals. i. Iilgzpww. Cjrqe. Newt.-114.1 1. Senior Play F. Df.a:1.a Ilestnal 1. F. Rally Certi- ntittee Q. Drama Club 1. Q. F. Ifnglzsh Club Q. 31 Music Club Q. Mixed Chorus 1: Student Office Secretary -. 7 KL.-KN ARTHUR GARDNER S0 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Speedy Pet Quotation: "Gotcha" I XY'ill to Nl-lS:Myp.1ir of T. P and my paint brush. Bacon: ll: Yfeeksg College. Senior Play 5. RAY RICHARD GARON 31 Wfesley St.. Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Get- ting .1 white card. I XY'ill to NHS: Jim Horns' he-ad. Riley: IV: Bigelow: Service. XVorkshop 1, 2: Orange Shield 2: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2: Drama Festival 1: Boys' Athletic Board 1, 2: Stage Crew I: Science Fair 2: Football 1: Volley Ball I, 2, 3: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3: Latin Club 2: Meteorology Club 2. DANIEL JOSEPH GENTILE 12 Lincoln Rd., Newtonville Danny Fondest Memory of NHS: Visit- ing Mr. Hawkes office. Pet Quotation: Who Me? Palmer: II: Our Lady's: Colle e g . Baseball I, 2: Baseball I: Ice Hockey 3. LARRY FRANCISE GENTILE 254 California St., Nonantum I Will to NHS: More teachers like Mr. Papa. Pet Peeve: Too much home- work on weekends. Riley: III: Day: College. TONY JOSEPH GENTILE 28 Lincoln Rd., Nonantum Tonka Fondest Memory of NHS: Watching the World Series in Mr. Willard's class. I Will to NHS: All my un- served detentions. Bacon: Il: Our Lady's: College. Home Room Manager 1: Thea- trical Make-Up I, 2: Tigerama Committee 2: Senior Play 2, Senior Play Property Committee 3: Science Fair 1: Baseball I: Basketball I: Football 1, 2: Ice Hockey 1: Orange Shield 1, 2: Boys' Athletic Board l. ANTONIA GENTILUCCI 25 Lincoln Rd., Newton Ann Fondest Memory of NHS: Soph- omore year biology class. Claim to fame: Private secre- tary. Bacon: IV: Day: Business. Civics Committee 2: Newtonite 1: Tigerama Committee I, 2: Rally Committee 2: Tennis 2: Archery 3: La Crosse 2. Fmilty, thy name is woman I Wm., .kg-.,,,h.k F . . .QQ J., ' " "-Nle.,h .5 -. ff- 'VX PQ, Y. 5,Z' ,, Xu- , I r," , '- 'p' ,o' SOPHIE MARINA GEORGIAN 181 Washington St., Newton Soph, Sophie Fondest Memory of NHS: Private sessions with Miss Hazard. Claim to Fame: My trusty old hockey stick. Riley: I: Bigelow: College. Spring Musical 2: Girls' Athletic Board 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 2, 3: Softball 2, 3: Intramural 3: Music Club 3. LINDA JOYCE GERSON 273 Homer St., Newton Centre Dede, Lin Fondest Memory of NHS: "The three musketeersf' Claim to Fame: Goofin' off in the office with L. J. G. Beals: I, II: Weeks: College. Newtonite 2, 3: Centennial 1: Drama Club 3: French Club 2, 3, Vice President 2: Music Club 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1: Student Office Secretary 2, 3. EDA CHAUNER GESMER 23 Chapin Rd., Newton Centre Edie Pet Peeve: Teachers who con- tinually mispronounce my name. Advice to Sophomores: Girls, never play baseball with the Little League. Beals: I: Weeks: College. Orange Shield 3: Band Exchange 1: Senior Play 3: Social Board 3: Centennial 1: French Club 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers' Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club I, 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2: Reflections 2, Business Staff Chairman 3. ROBERT COLEMAN GIBBS 101 Fordham Rd., West Newton Shotgun, Gibbsy, Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: The first Tigerama of my senior year. I Prophesy That: L. R. will get all A's in her senior year. Beals: II: Day: College. Football 1, 2, 3: Ice Hockey 3: Softball 2, 3: Volley Ball 2: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3: Gridiron Club 2. li- 'T' JUDITI-I GILBERN 75 Pleasant St. Newton Centre udy Fondest Memory of NHS: The big., stick of 1408. Chief Failing: Getting., to 23C on time to say Bonjour, Madame. Bealsg Ig Weeksg College. Legislature 1' House Civics Committee 2, 3g Newtonian 3g Drama Festival 3g Rally Committee lg Stage Crew 23 Ushers Ig Cavalry Club 25 French Club 2, 33 Inter- national Club I, 2, 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3g Reflections 1, 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 33 American Field Service Committee 2, 3g Har- vard Model U. N. 2g Student Of- fice Secretary 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3g Tennis 29 Basket- ball lg Senior Play 3. BERYL DAVIDA GILFIX 933 Centre St., Newton Centre Berry Chief Failing: Falling in love with history teachers. I Prophesy That: The school will build a smoking room at nico- tine corner. Palmerg Ig Bigelowg College. Newtonite lg Vespers 1, 25 Field Hockey 2g Latin Club 1, 25 Music Club 1, 2g Tusitala 1, 2. JANE MARIE GILLIGAN 68 Lindbergh Ave., West Newton I Prophesy That: The big boom is coming. Advice to Sophomores: Revolt! Adamsg IVg Warreng Business. Tennis 2g Archery 2g Home Economics Club 3. 5 '57 K The first thing we do, let s kill all the lawyers i 7 ff' 3 ' .-is SANDRA B. GLASSMAN 425 Ward St., Newton Centre Sandy Fondest Memory of NHS: The night Pam and I stayed up on my roof studying for the History final. Pet Quotation: "Nevermore." Rileyg Ig IIQ Bigelowg College. Home Room Manager Ig Tig- erama lg Basketball 13 Archery 21 English Club Ig Future Teachers Club 3: Home Economics Club 1. S KAREN C1OLIJ'v1AN 1' lflllflyvl t 4 ' ' : 5 ' 'n' .' .a" a ghs ith tie ' . 't J 1' 'V ' : j' meone i ,i Q 1 r -. . t inel to N-wronvi e ef ia 1.- " mer' llg a" .o :ur ange Shield .. 5, ' i yr- .i ..i .ommittee Zg 5 -i i . i Home Room Manager l, . , it ly .immittee I, lg . f i .i i ui Tennis l. PETE M. GOLDSTIEIN 295 Homer St., Newton Centre Pete I Will to NHS: My white cards. Pet Peeve: Bonnie. Palmerg llg Weeksg College. Meteorology 2, 53 Russian Cluh 3. ROBERT MICHAEL GOLDSTEIN 120 Sumner St., Newton Centre Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: Working until -4:30 in the morn- ing for the Newtonian deadline. Pet Quotation: "Say it isn't so." Palmerg llg Weeksg College. Newtonian 2, 3g Newtonite I, 2, 33 Centennial lg Stage Crew 1, 2, 33 Camera Club 1, 2, 3. BEVERLY JEWEL GOLLIS 49 Kenwood Ave. Newton Centre Bevvy, Bev Fondest Memory of NHS: Searching for depth with Nancy. I Prophesy That: the four of us will attend Nancy's opening night on Broadway. Barryg Ig Weeks: College. Home Room Manager 23 New- tonian 3g Senior Play 33 Rally Committee 1g Dance Committee 1: Drama Club 13 English Club 1, Z. RUTH I. GORAN 188 Bellevue St., Newton Rig Fondest Memory of NHS: Stay- ing at school 'till 6:00 for Gondo- lier rehearsals. Claim to Fame: My educated hockey stick and my bruised shins. Bacong lg Bigelow: College. Tigerama Committee 1. 2. 3: Senior Play 31 Spring Musical 1. 21 Girls' Athletic Board 2. 31 Cen- tennial lg Vespers i. 2. 5: Leader Corps 1. 2. 33 Science Fair Q: Field Hockey 1, 2, 53 Archery 21 Sort- ball I, 2, Eg Intramural Sports l. Z. 33 Outing Club 1. 1, 5: Student Office Secretary 1. 53 Madrigal Singers 3. HIRAM DAVID GORDON 12,1 Btackett Rd.. Newton I XY'ill to NHS: Richard Zilch and Zabranchburg High. Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Goldstein's I-Ba English class. Beals: lg Bigelowg College. National Honor Society 2. 3. Legislature Ii Newtonian F: Senior Play 5: House Council President 3: Basketball I. I. 51 Outdoor Track 31 Intramural Sports 1. Q. F: Alpha Gamma Tau 1. I. 3: Sopho- more Assembly and Dance Com- mittees I: Reflections 2. J 1 Q ,. v . 4 v .v r , . 4 f I I - ,a - , , I. 4, ., , v ,f . I , ', - ',T7 ', ". ' - 'vi .,.v v 2. . Pl? 1 xi: ' . . v ,- " ,i i 2 1 'uv xc..- All tt ' ig. 9 3 'T' ' I 3 .I-Q ' X. . C. .3 I N' X..i -- f'N FO ,K -11-22 4' .. . TEII X 1 I ?2?iEf7'il RONDA BETH GOULD 36 Commonwealth Park, Newton Centre Ronni Pet Quotation: "Why not?!" Pet Peeve: Boys with long DIRTY fingernails. Barry: Il: Vfeeksg College. Home Room Manager 2: World History Club 1: Dance Committee, Publicity 1. CHARLES LOUIS GOVE 8 Cedar St., Middletown, R. I. Dub's I Will to NHS: The lunch l left in my locker three years ago. Pet Peeve: Being called Dub's. NTHS: IIIT: Stow High. Stage Crew 1, 2- ELLEN GRANT 22 Waverly Ave., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Vaca- tions. I Will to NHS: A new I.B.M. machine. Bacon: I: Bigelow: College. Rally Committee 1: Music Club 1: Outing Club 1, 2: Student Of- fice Secretary. JAMES PATRICK GREELEY 33 Dearborn St., West Newton Greasy Fondest Memory of NHS: Study periods. I Will to NHS: My brothers. Riley: Il: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 2: Orange Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 1: Senior Play 3: Baseball 1: Basketball 2: Football 1: Golf 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Russian Club 2, 3. HELEN SUSAN GREENBERG 41 Exeter St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Open House - November 12, 1959. I Will to NHS: An undisputed definition of "The superior per- son in society." Palmer: I: Warren: College. National Honor Society 2, 33 House Civics Committee 2, 3: New- tonian 3: Vespers 1: Orchestra 1: A.F.S. Committee 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. STEPHEN JAY GREENBLATT 28 Manet Rd., Chestnut Hill Steve Fondest Memory of NHS: Drama Festival 1959. Claim to Fame: Being in cast of Everyman. Beals: I: Bigelow: College. National Honor Society 2, 35 Home Room Manager 1:1 School Exchange 2: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 1, 2: All-star cast 2: Ves- pers 1, 3: Badminton 1: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Debating Club 1, 2, President 3: Reflections 1, jun- ior Editor 2, NHS Editor 3: World History Club, Co-chair- man 1. CATHERINE ALICE GREENE 62 River St., West Newton Kitty I Will to NHS: All my blue cards. Advice to Sophomores: Be care- ful when the lights go out. Bacon: IV: Warren: Business. Civics Committee 2: Orange Shield 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: junior Red Cross Council 2: Sail- ing Club 3. HOWARD ROBERT GREENE 136 jackson St., Newton Centre Chief Failing: School. Advice to Sophomores: Don't fool around. NTHS: T-12: Weeks: College. Senior Play. ELIZABETH RUTH GREENMAN 25 Ellison Rd., Newton Centre "Liz," "Lizzy" Fondest Memory of NHS: Grad- uation. , I Will to NHS: My sister-may she get Miss Hazard in her jun- ior year! Palmer: I: Jeremiah E. Burke: College. Home Room Manager 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: junior Red Cross Council 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 2: Caduceans 3: Girls' Chorus 2, 3. -..?,, ,., 'SL . ,,. '.4 .0 . 1 ., S ii W QQ 'QR This house is turned upside-down TERRI ELLEN GREGERMAN 43 Holden Rd., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore year and all the won- derful times I had. Pet Quotation: Let's hear you growl! Palmer: I: Warren: College. Nowtonite 2: Rally Committee 1: Vespers 2: Stage Crew 2. F. 2 ' O.. THOMAS FREDERICK GRIFFIN I 13 Austin St., Ncwtonville Tom Fondest Memory of NHS: Soph- omore study with Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Welch. I Will to NHS: Some potato chips, brownies, and cupcakes for the cafeteria. Barry, II, Day, College. Rifle Club 3: Sailing Club 2, 3. NEIL JASON GROSSMAN 716 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre I Prophesy That: Teachers will have to park their cars on Hull St. or Lowell Ave., leaving Wal- nut and Elm St. for the students. I Will to NHS: A tunnel going from Building one to Building two. Adams, I, Weeks, College. National Honor Society 2, 33 Orange Shield 3, Tigerama Com- mittee 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, Debating Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Class Committee 1, Senior Associate Representative. CATHERINE GRUNE Kitty Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore year. I Will to NI-IS: All my blue cards. Bacon, IV, Warren. junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3: Sail- ing Club 2, 3, Smoking Commit- tee 1, 3, Tennis 1, 2, Archery 2, 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Orange Shield 3. Toes zmplrzgued with cowzs 4134 MALCOLM DONALD GULDEN 26 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre Mal Fondest Memory of NHS: Park- ing on Walnut Street. I Prophesy That: The students will take over the school. Adams, II, Weeks, College. Biology Club 1. JOHN GRAHAM CURRY 57 Hunnewell Ave., Newton Corner Gee-Gee Iionrlest Memory of NHS. f.la'.'.t es in the rafters. Pet Quotationi Wowl Look at that onel Barry, I, Bigelow, College. Senior Play 3, Science Farr l, Sailing Club 2, 3, Iiootball Mari' ager l. ELIZABETH HANNA GUTMAN 77 Day St., Auburndale Liz I Will to NHS: IBM No. 3651. Advice to Sophomores: Believe it or not, things can get worse! Palmer, I, Warren, College. National Honor Society 2, 31 Home Room Manager Z, House Civics Committee 33 School Ex- change 2, Senior Play 31 House Council 3, Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, Ushers 35 French Club 2, 3, ln- ternational Club 1, 2, 3. ALBERT HENRY GUZZI 21 Normandy Rd., Auburndale Little Al Fondest Memory of NHS: Watching the girls coming from lunch. Advice to Sophomores: Stay a sophomore. Adams, IV, Warren, Business. Homeroom Manager 2, Rifle Club 3. THEODORE LE ADWICK HAGENBUCKLE 26 Waltham St., West Newton Ted Pet Quotation: Who reads Mad? Advice to Sophomores: Enjoy your three years here. Palmer, Ill, Day, Business. DAVID HALBERSTADT 261 Upland Rd.. Newtonville Halby, Dave Claim to Fame: I helped dis- cover the fire tlike a fooli the night of Gondoliers. Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Peterson's detentions in 122-4. Barry, I, Day, College. Newtonite 2: Motion Picture Squad 1, Intramural Sports 1. 2. 5: Camera Club 2: Chess Club 2. 51 Newtonian. Photo Editor 5: Sailing Club 2, 3, Vice President 9. PRISCILLA S. HALL 2'1 Central St., Auburndale Cilla Fondest Memory of NI-IS: All the wonderful times we had when I was a sophomore and he was .1 senior. Pet Quotation: "Be serious!" Bacon: IV: Warren: Business. Orange Shield 2: Tigerama Com- mittee 1. 2: Rally Committee 2: Tennis 1, Archery 21 Softball 1. l r an -'X,' rod J N 'QI '-Q. W is ' Q. if fa? it -4, 1 'Tix 1' f .H-.,. 4' .P .4 1 'TTTKQ-V ' K, 52' 1 N IQ I 'H -by 5.22 . ,. -f -' x 'wg' A ' .. 1 s. 4- .Asa , I and ,ln if I. 3 R .-v . 'X MARSHALL JON HAMBRO ISS Cotton St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Morning chats with Mrs. G. l Prophesy That: Newton High's tunnels will be converted to refu- gee centers for escapees from New- ton South. Barryg I: Bigelow: College. Legislature l, 23 Home Room Manager lg Newtonite 23 Ushers l: Intramural Sports l, 2: English Club 1: French Club 3: Latin Club 2, 31 World History Club l. EVELYN CATHERINE HANNON 2558 XVashington St., Newton Lower Falls Lyn Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior year and all my friends. Advice to Sophomores: Don't bother looking for the elevator, l haven't found it yet either. Palmer: ll: Warren: College. Stage Crew 2, Music Club 2: Outing Club 3. GERALD FRANCIS HANNON 119 Jewett St., Newton Jerry Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Harris' Room 328. Claim to Fame: A. A. Captain. NTHSQ 1-T: Bigelow, College. Administrative Aids 1, 2, Cap- tain 3. THOMAS B. HARNEY 251 Cherry St., West Newton Tom Pet Quotation: "There's the door, sign out." Advice to Sophomores: Study your code. NTHSQ IIIT: Warren: Service. GEOFFREY WILLIAM DAVID HARPER 94 Grove St., Auburndale Geoff, English Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Carcl's "crazy" psychology class. I Prophesy That: "S" Block will rise again. Barry: Ig Weeks: College. International Club 2, 3g Chess Club 3, Newtonian 3. JENNIFER LYNNE HARPER 71 Freeman St., Auburndale Lynne, Smiley Pet Peeve: Closing up the build- ing one basement late at night . . . all because of unfinished paint- ings. Fondest Memory of NHS: Je ne le dirai jamais. Palmer: Ilg Warren: College. Stage Crew 1. TW, . I am in az little world made cumzivzgly .. M! ,,. E . . 'F ix .5 . ll sf' ' . fill if 53-fi., qv F A ,. 5 I .1 .4 ' I Q- f' . IN 9 1 1 GERTRUDE MARIE HARRINGTON 133 Eliot Ave., West Newton Trudy Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Eliot's French class. Pet Quotation: "That's my se- cret." Palmer, II: Dayg College. Field Hockey 1: Archery 23 Home Economics Club 1, 3: Out- ing Club 2, Dance Committee 2. MARGARET LOUISE HARRINGTON 12 Upham St., West Newton Louise, Lou Fondest Memory of NHS: All the wonderful kids I've met. I Prophesy That: Within the next fifty years, row boats will be needed in the tunnels on rainy days. Riley, II: College. Theatrical Make-Up 33 Newto- nian 3: Newtonite 2g Caduceans 35 Outing Club 3. MARY THERESA HARRINGTON 27 Central Ter., Auburndale Terry Fondest Memory of NHS: Go- ing with P. R. and to school too. Pet Quotation: "But Mary, that's not the point." "Mush." Riley: Business. Basketball 1, 23 Tennis 33 Arch- ery 2, 3: Softball 2, 3g Drama Club lg Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. ELLEN JEANNETTE HART 16 Rockwood Ter., Auburndale Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Gross's World History class. I Will to NHS: Tunnelsithat do not leak. Palmer, IVg Warreng Business. N . Ambztzon should be made of Sl61'7Z61' stuff ull Ull Q, 1 C. JEFFERSON HARTBOWER 28 Davis Ave., West Newton Jeff, Harp, Cool Fondest Memory of NHS: Go- ing to classes by way of fire es- capes. I Will to NHS: 24 empty ball- point pens, I gym suit, and 2700 late homework assignments. Riley: ll: Warren: College. School Exchange 1, Vespers I, 2, 5g Football I, 2: Track, Outdoor 5: Intramural Sports l, 2, 5: Music Club 2, 53 Band l, 2. 5, Dance Band 2, 5. KENNETH MAY HARWOOD 40 Pine Ridge Rd., Waban Custom, Ken Chief Failing: Working on my Buick powered '32 sedan. Pet Quotation: "You're out of your mind." NTHSQ Ig II, IT: Weeks: Col- lege. Tigerama Committee I, 5. ARTHUR ELLIOTT HAWKES 25 Coughlin Rd., North Easton Archie Fondest Memory of NHS: Lou- ie's Lounge. Pet Quotation: "Check that chick." NTHS: llIT: Monson Academy: College. BzlSliEtlJall I, S. GARY LIN FIELD HAXVKINS lo Sargent Park, Newton Claim to Fame: Everett game. Pet Quotation: "Mr. Duncan." Barry: I: Bigelow: College. Football I, 1. 3: Gymnastic team 2, 5: Znd Vice President ot the Senior Class. Sl YANNI Ill El 'i' lf.. i. g.. I lr' l ,Lf jl Hllll Nll l4lll lllHN1lR ,r . . an .. I 1 I" I ll' 1 l.lNlJ.e'k l,UI IS! lll,KllJN ff. .f. lXX':.. ' Nii ' l'Ct IQ, '.:' L I it lhtlzxxcr lk' ll.: lv-. Ins-c-r:.... . 'l-,nf 1 llicQ.c'. -. :Hr tt n ,. r STEPHEN HECHT ISS? Bcao n Sr. X'i'..::.t: NUC. llccf T Fonclcst Mem- T1 t Xi Yfvrhing in the Nc'-'-I :an rx Mr. R. ssl an.: the s:.t:: l Yfill Iv NHS Nxt: tennis ci urn unfit gran.: .. .,.. is Riic-V. l. XY.a77en. I Qcgc Lc-:1sQ.it'..re 1, li :ic Ii iii M .iget Q. Orange 5E::t..: - Nc'-1 man AJ'-ert:s::tg l'.::t r - Ter: l. Q. 1. C.ipt.a1:1 -. ii:r..n'., Sports I. Q. 4. lr -s I ..r1tf'. Latin Club 1. Nlctc r . :. L I. QL C':1.a::f"a:1 NEA 1.1 C ,n-,--.Y-,.n X x i.n.l.5N.x.. . ROBFRAIR ll. llll PIX .' li..:f.c..' . XX cs' Xcat' V, . Xw - S K c.1.. .L Xi.. lime: li... .S t s.: 'X.p.a:i:s I : x e ., ,. , X . ,X - .Q . i.c... .. xl.1ff.lQi IQDXYARD if-XRI IIFXRY ,IR ZTR NEXT ..v y Qlxx Xxx. 'xx - vis - -.t Q., :..: .45 ' i. Fat."-1. L' Msg: xxx: Fa.: 1. 1. F..:'.ta Gai: Ta.: F. Fhnsxs Cob 1. MARY-LOUISE ELIZABETH HIGGINS 150 Hickory Rd., Weston Mariele, Lou, Miss Lady Fondest Memory of NHS: Egg throw on 128 and swinging out!! Claim to Fame: Memorial Day weekend at Jayne's and Durb's co- ed POB JOB party. Riley: ll: Warren: College. Legislature lg Home Room Man- agerl, Z: Theatrical Make Up 3: House Civics Committee 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonite 2: Orange Book 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee l, 2: House Council Z: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Ushers l, 2: Tennis l, 2, 3: Drama Club l, 2, 3: Outing Club I, 2: Sailing Club 1: Student Office Sec- retary 2, 5: Dance Committee 1, 2: Executive Rally Committee 3. FISHER HILLS JR. 2-10 Otis St., West Newton Jay Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Peterson's jokes. l Will to NHS: More teachers like Miss Hazard. Bacon: I: Rivers Country Day School: College. Rifle Club 3. HANS HINTEREGGER 140 Newtonville Ave., Newton Chief Failing: Not being able to change the law about wearing shorts. Pet Quotation: "What, me wor- ry? You're darn right! Barry: I: Bigelow: Life!! ROBERTA HODESS 11 Ashford Rd., Newton Centre "Betta" Fondest Memory of NHS: The G-Block study that I didn't get. Advice to Sophomores: Get G- Block studies in your senior year. Palmer: II: Bigelow: College. Orchesis 1, 2, 3: Biology 2: Ca- duceans 3: French Club 3: Class Committee 3. PETER B. HOLLIS 21 Coolidge Rd., Newton Centre Pete I Will to NHS: Mr. Prentiss' and Mr. Peterson's iokes. Pet Quotation: There is always another year. Barry: I: Bigelow: College. Home Room Manager 1: Science Fair 1, 3: Intramural Sports 1: Bi- ology Club 1: French Club 1: Phys- ics Club 3: Rifle Club 1, 2, 3: Rifle Team 1, 2, 3: World His- tory Club 1. JOAN VALERIE HOOPS 24 Regina Rd., Auburndale Joanie Fondest Memory of NHS: Shar- ing books in Mrs. Allen's Math class. Advice to Sophomores: Don't buy elevator tickets. Riley: I: Warren: College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Home Room Manager 1: House Civics Committee 3: Orange Shield 35 Newtonian 3: House Council 2: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Caduceans 1: French Club 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3. EDWARD WILLIAM HOOTSTEIN S4 Judith Rd., Newton Centre Eddie, Ed, Hoot Pet Quotation: When in doubt about what to do, PUNT. Fondest Memory of NHS: The day Smitty thought that I broke my nose. Beals: lg Weeks: College. Orange Sheild 3: Newtonian 3: Orange Book 2: Senior Play 3: House Council 2: Baseball 1, 3: Basketball l, 2, 3: Tennis 2: In- tramural Sports 1: Latin Club 2: Parking Committee Chairman 3: House Activities Committee 3. WILLIAM ROBERT HOPKINS 11 Willard St., Newton Bill I Will to NHS: Food for the cafeteria. I Prophesy That: Old Fords will never die. Barry: I: Bigelow: College. Rifle Club 1: Sailing Club 2, 3: Football Manager 1. JAMES EARLE HORN 46 Central Ave., Newtonville Jim, Horney I Will to NHS: More fresh air for those special courses. Chief Failing: All my courses. Riley: II: Day: Service. Civics Board 2: Orange Shield 2: Orange Book 2: Drama Board 33 Tigerama Committee 2: Senior Play 3: Boys' Athletic Board 1: Rally Committee 2, 3: House Council 2: Ushers 2: Science Fair 1, 2: Badminton 1, 3: Debating 1, 3: LaCrosse 1, 3: Sailingp Club 2, 3: Key Club 3. KEVIN M. HOUGH 379 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Ferguson's daily report slips. I Will to NHS: More food for the cafeteria. Barry: II: Day: College. Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 3. You base ootball player! E E . , EE EE Fe - I LFE -. i . r-1-"' A+ We 1 1..- esiiiwl-.f" ' .af ,I kc I :+R ..---A 1 The very mis instinctively have quit it MICHAEL FREDERICK DAVID HOULIHAN II 190 Tremont St., Newton Corner Whitty Claim to Fame: Trying not to fall asleep in class or on the job. Advice to Sophomores: Don't skip if you're in Riley House. Riley: IV: Bigelow: Business. RICHARD P. HOWELL JR. 110 Clearwater Rd., Newton Lower Falls Dick Fondest Memory of NHS: April 19, 1960 - My Junior year with Gail. Chief Failing: Staying out of trouble. Riley: II: Warren: Service. MARYELLEN HUCK 75 Evergreen Ave., Auburndale Hucker Fondest Memory of NHS: The Thellas. Claim to Fame: Winning the Motorcade. Bacon: II: Our Lady of Victory Academy, Tarry-Town, N. Y.: Col- lege. Home Room Manager 1: New- tonian 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Senior Play 2, 5: Junior Red Cross Coun- cil 1: Tennis 2: Drama Club 1, 2: Outing Club 1, 2. JOHN WEBSTER HULL 41 Berkley St., West Newton Web Fondest Memory of NHS: All the people that have taught me. Claim to Fame: Being associated with SOOCK. Beals: I: Warren: College. Intramural Sports 3: Music Club 1, 53 Rifle Club 1: Sailing Club 53 Class Treasurer 2, 5: Orange Shield 5. I: ai r ii. -66' Ns J LAR Rlli EAR L lll.'RS'l' 49 K1:riv.'oofi Ave, Nw,-'Mori f 1,-titre Fondest Mr-rnory of NHS 'lhe tqoofl old days wirli Mrs Yflfilzli io JXUU. l Will to NHS My three year' on the fourth floor of liuiliinp UFIC. lic-als, lg Weeks: College Tigerama Committee 5, lfslir-ri, l, SQ Indoor Track J, fli,iv-loot 'llracic Z, 5: Softball !, Volley Bali Z, 5: Intramural Sports l, J, C, Cross Country Z, 5: Cavalry Cliil. 5: House Commons Room Com- mittee S: House Trafic Squad 5, ANDREA LLEWEI.LYN HUSTON 306 Linwood Ave., Newtonvillc Andy Fondest Memory of NHS1 My Friday reports in Mr. Suttonis Problems Class. Pet Quotation: "lr was a panic" Riley: ll: Day: College. Junior Red Cross Council lg Vespers l: Leader Corps l, 2, 5: Archery l, 2, 5: Softball lg ln- tramural Sports l: Caduceans lg Outing Club Z. PETER WILLIAM INGHAM 39 Praire Ave., Auburndale Pete, Patch, Peanut l Will to NHS: All the hours I wasted here. Fondest Memory of NHS: Tak- ing advantage of substitutes. Beals: ll: Warren: College. Home Room Manager l: Ice Hockey 2, 5: Softball 2: Volley Ball l: Intramural Sports l, 21 House Traffic Committee 2: As- sembly Committee 5. LESLEY SUE INTRILIGATOR 49 Glendale Rd., Newton Centre Les, Alligator Fondest Memory of NHS: Stand- ing in front of Building l with Phyl. Claim to Fame: Discovering where the annex of Building two was. Riley: I: Bigelow: College. Newtonite 2: Rally Committee l: House Council 31 Junior Red Cross Council 2, 3: Leader Corps 5: Drama Club l: English Club l, 2, 3: French Club 2, 5. ROBERT RUSSEL IPPOLITO Z'2 Pearl St., Newton lem' Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Hazard. Pet Peeve: No Coca Cola machine in the cafeteria. Bacon: ll: Bigelow: College. Orange Shield Q: Orange Book 2, 3: Drama Board 1: Tigerama Committee l, 2: Prop Committee. Senior Play 5: Prop Committee, Drama Festival 5. JOSEPH LEON JACOBSON S' XY'oodlaxx'n Drive. Chestnut Hill Joe Claim to Fame: The originator of rock-climbing. Pet Peeve: People who tri' to tell the teacher how to do lilinois math. Barry: I: Bigelow: College. National Honor Society Q. .. Newtonian 5: Senior Play F: Drama Festival 1. 2: Yespers l: Drama Club 1, 2. 5: French Club 1, 2. 5. ' .QUISFRT ALAN JACOBSON til XYatd St., Newton Centre Bob. lake Advice to Sophomores: The first three years are always the hardest. PGI PCCN CZ 'I'c'.lcl'1CfS who think thex know more than we do. Rilt-ig l, Bigelow: College. lzitramural Sports l, 2. 35 Gym- nastic Team 2, 3: Alpha Gamma Tau 3. SHEILA MARLENE JACOBSON 36 Glendale Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Mat- oochas 4 1960: Data Sheet ashes. Pet Quotation: "ls that Sooo!" Riley: I: Bigelow: College. National Honor Society 2, 32 I-louse Civics Committee 2, 35 Newtonian 3: Rally Committee I5 Junior Red Cross Council lg Ush- ers 3: Science Fair 1: Caduceans Club 5: French Club 2, Treasurer 51 Latin Club l: Class Committee 2: Student Office Secretary 35 Library Assistant l, Z, 3: Riley Election Head 35 Lost and Found 2, 3. ROY T. JOHAN l'l Stanton Ave., Auburndale Roy Chief Failing: Lack of ability in the study of Latin. Advice to Sophomores: Don't take 3 years of Latin. Adamsg II5 Warren5 College. Football 1, 2: Indoor Track 25 Outdoor Track 2. ROBERT S. JOHNSON -l-12 Chestnut St., Waban Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Ethier's French Class for two years and all the "Spanish Cows." I Will to NHS: A Brother- Watch Out! Palmer: I5 Warren: College. Home Room Manager 25 House Civics Committee 2, 35 Spring Musical Z5 Vespers 2, 35 Ushers 2, 3: Basketball I: Intramural Sports l, 2, 35 French Club 2, Vice Presi- dent 35 Associates Council-Sr. Class Representative 39 Vice-Chair- man Palmer House Activities Board 35 A Cappella Choir 2, 35 Music Night 2, 35 Newtonian, Asst. Cir- culation Editor 3. RUSSELL LEONARD JOHNSON 29 West Pirie St., Auburndale Pet Quotation: Why not! I Will to NHS: My car. Adams5 II: Warreng College. Band Exchange 1, 25 Rally Com- mittee l, 35 Stage Crew 15 Motion Picture Squad 15 Baseball 15 Gym- nastic Team 15 Music Club 1, 25 Dance Band 35 Marching Band 1, 2, 35 Concert Band 1, 2. BETTE ELAINE JOSELLE 35 Howard St., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: The three Jara Kateersg Do, re me. I Will to NHS: My brother Stephen. Beals: I and II: Bigelowg Col- lege. Home Room Manager 35 New- riigniari 2, 35 Senior Play 35 Rally -f..ni'i?rriiitee nl, 2, 35 Leader Corps ,. 33 rennis 2, 31 English Club 2, 35 French Club 25 Student Of- fice Secretary Z, 35 C1355 Qom- mittee 3. E P . , . 4 " -4- 554g nr ' E1 X r' l f N. 3 I Sin gin g like birds za' 3' Q txt? 4? .WSW -rw ...... V 3 . . v -,......,7.,. .-... --.a.-.-VKVQTWER -in 31' -Qi -43? in iz gilded edge BETTY LOUISE JOSEPHSON 121 Cabot St., Newton Red Fondest Memory of NHS: Many laughs with the P. G.'s. Claim to Fame: The full moon we saw on Washington Street. Riley: I5 Day: College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Orange Shield 35 Newtonian 33 Rally Committee 35 Vespers 1, 2, 35 Stage Crew 35 Latin 35 Music Club 35 A.F.S. 25 A Cappella Choir lg Girls' Chorus 2, 3. BETSY JOYCE 71 Kensington St., Newtonville Dee Fondest Memory of NHS: Sit- ting in HIS car before school. I Will to NHS: My vacant seat in front of Elaine Ckneesb. Rileyg I5 Day: College. Rally Committee 1, 3. RICHARD JUE 110 South Main St., Natick Ricky Chief failing: Math. Advice to Sophomores: TO GIRLS ONLYg Take it easy on us guys. NTHS: IIIT5 Natick High: Service. MORRIS ALBERT KAGNO 621 Walnut St., Newtonville Moishe, Morry I Will to NHS: A garage un- der Building One. " Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Prentiss' U. S. History class in 1042. Barry: II5 Dayg College. Intramural sports 1, 2, 3. JOSEPH CHARLES KAMINSKI 261 Homer St., Newton Centre joe Fondest Memory of NHS: 2200 study in my junior year. Claim to Fame: I finally passed second year French. Palmerg lg Weeksg College. ARTHUR OWEN KAPLAN 22 Holland St., Newton "Art", "Kappy" Pet Peeve: Going from 1404 to 23B. Chief Failing: Major Subjects. Palmerg llg Bigelowg College. Home Room Manager 1, 2, 3: Boys' Athletic Board lg Basketball lg Volley Ball lg Intramural Sports 1, 2. ELAINE MARION KASABIAN 548 California St., Newtonville Knees, Kasabe Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Stephen's G-Block Math classg Eat- ing in' Mr. Markey's French class. Chief Failing: Talking in home room with Betsy, Dick and Debbie. Rileyg Ig' Dayg College. Senior Play 33 Rally Committee 3g Leader Corps 35 Student Office Secretary 2, 3. DIANE KATSEFF 135 Adams Ave., West Newton Dee I Prophesy That: The little red book will never become the little black book. Pet Peeve: Paul Paul Paul. Bealsg Ilg Warreng College. Theatrical Make-Up 35 Senior Play 35 Future Teachers Club 2, 3g Home Economics 3. -7---1 f.a-r --.-v- ,. .V .,.4-a 53 - - 've X. .l . 'Lag '- .'f" : ff. .U .' 2:1354 f'.'. ' ",z.' ' - ' , ,.'.gf- ,IV sfbwf W3 :HQ . 731- L A . if -I' :lg 'ip nl 2. ' ' .71 ,gl 9 1 A sl' x -fr J' K fr 'Z if I C5 "JN ,f X ff An zmlettered, small-krzowiug soul 'Ai- CARUI. ANN K All fn' l'f i- " j,,V.. j,,,,,.',, -3. in l'.r.tf-,' .'-lefz. . l',,If..1l. '.','.:'.,7. nf . I Azirr., l li'-.::.i, f If ,.'.. f ..' lf "'. f. I .' ll .::.f- l '. " f ' , IJANIH. RUI5l'.li'l K.X'lZl.li in ff..f..ff,-gg. if - ' 4 lJ.:T. l'cvQ..-1'...:, T lf.r.1f,-J 5-lf,-r:. 5 3 'ir -1ur1ri.'rI.Q. 1.1,-if .N ':.f, . ltaiwr. I lip. f lluuwc ff... f 73.71 Hrariue liuw: , 'l..fgr.ifi.. f rf. rriitfcc ' Dari ef . 1, Stage fic"-H ' l.:.r. f .,: ,. liuuse burial f :7.::..":'.' O, fue.: YILAH fi ROBIN JOAN KAIISIAN iff Traxis Dr1'.e.f,fc-'?...t liz.. Pet Peeveg The lT.:TfL,. the l.I3.Nl. machznes Fondest Siem rj. if Nlix Fx. the kids Ive niet fix: 343. .RFS Barry. li lilac-lim. f ..c-4: Home R-,om Mamet-r ,. T14 emma Committee 1. -. fc-tier. nial lg Science Fax. P-:f:..:'. I Alpha Gamma Ta- 1. -. De baring Club l. Q. 1, lfremiz f.,. SQ lntern.1tiifnal Club Q. 2 fixes Club Z. Secrerarn 3. AF? Q. - Co-Chairman 1. Nl .zel Kate.: Na tions at New Yi :A Q. Art C ri. mission. Assistant f,h,:1ffT'..:2 - JOHN EDSIOND KAVANAGH I9 Kensingti Sr. Nc'-st ..s.... Pvrkx'.'l.hr1rt'.' Fontiest Merit. rj. I r NHS October ll. NNW Claim to llirm-, l'i.a:h'. Barry. l. ll. Dm. C...c- BRYCE HOXY.-XRD KENIELGOR 3 C'.zppyC:rc1c.X'i'csINc'-K1 l XYAQ Tx Nlib A. T Hkncc bt: TQ .icsks Adina 5. pf Tas 1'- lcgiga' 1 'slick '- .. . stvp lim-312: Rilo'-L l. Dm. 1.1.14 Civics Csnintzrtce 1 Ei :ii Rvum Nl.a:i.agt I. -Isa. 7 Rt. Crsss Cfxzrtc.. I. F..:5.aQ. 1. Q. 1 lridccr Track I. Q. 1. kdgll Track I. Q 1. Nifty: Figtu Sqzga' Q. F SYS.-KN BARBARA KENNY ii Lscku 95,1 R: . NYQQ N511 5' Seq Chai? ..a:i': bt..-ict bitter cft tie Nz'-11 C-Cr.: Netball :f .e i XY.Ql to NHS Yfgtetprc :cstbaf shakers. Riley. 11 Rhcies Sohcsl. New Ycrkg Ccllece. Art Eg Orchesis . DANIEL XVILDER KENT 10' Central St., Auburndale Danny 1 Prnphesv That: By 1905 New- ton High xxill have .1 ski club. Pet Qui-cationt Got 'cha back. Adams: 111 XWl.1l'fCIIl Colleg-Ze. llnzne Room Manager l, 2, '1':4::.nn.i Committee 5: Adams llotxse Tratfic Squad 52 Ice Hockey lg Outdoor Track 1, Intramural Sports -. J. MARIANNE KERIVAN 2118 Homer St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore year. Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. Adams: IV, Wleeks, Business. Home Room Manager 1, Orange Shield 2, Tigerama Committee 1, Z, 5, Rally Committee 1, 2, 31 Field Hockey l, Softball 1, 2, Cavalry Club 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2, 3. ALFRED GEORGE KERR -ll' Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Foot- ball games. Palmer, II, Day, College. Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football l, 2, 3. ANNE MARIE KERR 2' Northgate Park, West Newton Chubby, Balewski Fondest Memory of NHS: My "Beautnik" homeroom. Pet Peeve: Being called "O'Brien's Cousin." Bacon, Il, Warren, Air Force. Orange Shield 2, 3, Orange Book l, Rally Committee 1, 2, House Council 3. JOHN DANIEL KILEY 53 Ripley St., Newton Centre jack "Left Hook" Kiley I Prophesy That: NTHS will be '60-61 basketball champs Advice to Sophomores Enjoy the best three years of your life NTHS IIIT Bigelow Service Baseball I Basketball I 2 3 Football 1 Indoor Track 2 Out I I . ' " aa' 4 4 ' 9 ' . , 3 a 9 1 ' I I O xml N . door Track 1, 2, Intramural Sports ,fy t Q f -.ga 1 ,,f'WVfs 1,91 - 'I II, gv 1 3 ff A t 3 , 1 7? fi'-ffeifi ff-,:'.it 1. ff 1 X DAVID THOMAS KING 465 Auburn St., Auburndale I Will to NHS: One used S.A.T. ticket. Pet Quotation: You know it. Bacon, I, Newman Preparatory, College. Boys' Athletic Board 3. Come, give us cz taste 0 your qzuzlzty FRED KING 15 Taft Ave West Newton Freddie Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Foster's office. I Will to NHS: All the moons I saw in Newton. Adams, II, Day, College. Legislature 1, 2, 3, Home Room Manager 1, Orange Shield 2, House Council 1, 2, Science Fair 1, 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. JANICE ELAINE KING 15 Taft Ave., West Newton an Fondest Memory of NHS: The great confusion of my sophomore I Will to NHS: Umbrellas for the tunnels. Bacon, II, Day, College. Orange Shield 2, Orange Book 2, Rally Committee 1, Leader Corps 1, Field Hockey 1, Home Economics Club 3. :iw ,a J 4525, S A 4 , fl: ',y,y I year. S1113 f 5. . K 4 . , SUSAN H. KING 20 Somerset Rd., West Newton Sue Fondest Memory of NHS: Guinea pigs. Claim to Fame: Being Jim King's sister. Riley, I, Day, College. House Civics Committee 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Newtonite 1, Tig- erama Committee 1, 2, 3, Spring Musical 3, Centennial 1, Vespers 3, Ushers 2, 3, Science Fair 1, Archery 2, Badminton 1, Biology Club 2, Drama Club 1, French Club 1, 2, 3. KAREN FAY KINGSBURY 80 Adena Rd., West Newton K. K. Fondest Memory of NHS: The tunnel to Building 2. Chief Failing: Being late to ALL my classes. Palmer, I, II, Day, College. Home Economics Club 1, 3, Tennis 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee 2, Outing Club 2. DEBORAH KINSELLA 34 Lincoln Park, West Newton Debbie, Hey K-i-n-s-e-l-l-al, De-bore, Casper K. Fondest Memory of NHS: Our junior year when we were all to- gether, the great times with Beau and -Ioanis and all the rest of the war babies. Claim to Fame: My frequent rides on the M.T.A. to the High- lands. Riley, IV, Warren: College. Rally Committee 2, 3, Drama lg junior Prom Committee. JAMES LEO KIRWAN 233 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Winner Fondest Memory of NHS: Study in Room 2200, Sophomore year. I Will to NHS: All my yellow slips. Riley, III, Day, Service. Intramural Sports I. SUZANNE MATILDA KISSELL 427 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Sue I Will to NHS: An eraser that won't wear out. Advice to Sophomores: Stop- Look-Listen! Riley, Ig Day: College. Civics Committee 33 Home Room Manager 35 Newtonite 2, 34 Senior Play 3g Drama Festival 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3g Golf 1, Future Teachers Club 2, 3, Meteo- roloszy Club lg Music Club I, 2, 33 Student Office Secretary 2, 3. . I , , "9 l 3' ' ,-IZ. -V ii'.Q-3-SV 1- 'V T Ste' ' e Wa,-.4 5 .,.,- -,X C., X. . . , X . X . 0' H .:-X X x Y .il - as . , N. I ' 'Q .f ' a ' " wb- 1 . X W. , 'X '- Nl ,r l-sa ,xx N ,...- - iv eats.. . ,v ts:1!'i2'i. ms ' i xv W Q? A-kv -N . - " v --Ark., Sl A -1.oQx b:XV-- M - 4 -5 Qvegiieti- Q 1 I ' 31135 I .Xi Q N.. .vt F.. 1- x v s its Qgf.-fi f -'tFfK2'QuX.'1w' gh. XM-. ,tm mv. - 2 U59 swf . . sf e I Q Q! X tj ,J-E.. tk. Xt. SUSAN ANNE KLARFELD ll Ireland Rd., Newton Centre Sam I Will to NHS: One out of date gym suit. Pet Quotation: "Aye Aye, Sir." Barry: II, Bigelow, College. Senior Play 3, Spring 2: Vespers 1, 2, 3, Drama Musical Club 1, 2, 33 Library Club 1, 2, Music Club 1, 2. ,-.-- -'?"-- q-"T"'- I-i ru R 3 91 tm tm Q ts U' Q Q rs G' W' 'ti dr' Q.. Q 'YQ 'GZ VD U' Vt- ,guru - - s -ff x., . ' ' ,Y .. . I f. QS I-4 J. - . iq., Q . I 3:-if t ,egg i i -.gf 2 fa" L I ELISIQ AMY KLEIN ICQ Mill Sr , Nr,-wvorivillf: l:0flflC'-if Mt.-rnory of NHS Wfirlfiritf on the NI,-wtoriiaii Pet Pt-eve: l't-ople who ri.i'g,ro nounte my rizime. Iizitorig lg VC'eelf',, f.ollfri": National Honor Sotifstjr , House Civits Corrittiivtee Nw. tonizin Copy lzflitor G, junior lf'-1 Cross Coutiril 2, lztirollttif.-rit lui.-i Cliziirrnziti G, Cliziitttiziri Stiritisf Musitiil Ushers X, l'tc-rifli Chili .l, 'ng International Cluli I, l.:ititi Club lg Music Club l, Z, U, Busi- ness Staff, Reflections l, Orthes- tra Z, 3. ALAN KNIGHT 8 Walnut Park, Newton Al l Will to NHS: Memories of my "hot" Ford. lfondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Bodman's Home Room periods. Palmer, ll: Bigelow, Colleue. Orange Shield 5, lte llotlley 11 International Club I. FREDERICK ROBERT KOBRICK 199 Otis St., West Newton Fred Pet Peeve: School open on bliz- zard days. Fondest Memory of NHS: The 2:45 bell. Palmer: Ig Day: College. Boys' Athletic Board 3: House Council 33 Science Fair 2, 3: Rifle Club lg Intramural Sports 3: Chemistry Club 2, Vice President 33 Marching Band 2, House Com- missioner of Athletics 3. CLINTON JAMES KOHLBACK III 72 Peterboro St., Boston Clint, Colby Pet Quotation: Forget it. Fondest Memory of NHS: Fire drills. NTI-ISg IIITQ XX'eeks: Service. Basketball I, 2, 3. EMILY R. KOPANS 21 Mason Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: No- vember 24. 1958 - Building One. Pet Quot.1tion3 Not reallvf Baton: I: weeks. College. Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 31 House Council 2. 5: French Club 2, 51 Intern.ition.1l Club F: Music Club 3. PETER NICHOLAS KOTSIFAS ll Milton Ave.. Yfest Newton Pete Pet Peeve: Three years on the fourth floor of Building One. I Prophesv That: Building One will never have an elevator. I: Yfarren: College. Legislature 5. Y 41" .I - .2 I N 'J BR -2. .X -3 1 ? ARNOLD A. KRAFT 55 Langdon St., Newton Arnie Claim to Fame: A good white card from Mr. Bodman. l Wfill to NHS: A fifth floor swimming pool in Building One. Palmer, l, Bigelow, College. Stage Crew 3, Science Fair 1, 2, 5, Honorable Mention 1, Chess Club Z. 5, Radio Club 2, 5, Sail- ing Club 2, 3. STEPHANIE LAIRD KREBS 300 Highland St., West Newton Steph, Stephie Fondest Memory of NHS: Dis- covering the valley people. Claim to Fame: The Italian A, F, S, student who never got to Italy. Beals, I, Warren, College. National Honor Society 2, 3, Newtonian, Coordinator 3, Vespers 2, Ushers 2, 3, Field Hockey 2, Art, Studio 1, 2, Camera Club 1, French Club 2, International Club 1, 2, 5, Music Club 1, 2, 3, A.F.S. Fund Raising Committee 2, 32 Mixed Chorus 1, A Cappella Choir 2. NANCY ROSE KUPFERMAN 58 Devon Rd., Newton Centre Bacon, I, Natick High, College. Newtonian, Art Editor 3, Drama Festival 2, Stage Crew l, Art Club 2, 3, Drama Club 1, 2, Tusi- tala 1, 2, Reflections, Assistant Art Editor. DONALD K. KURSON 20 Evelyn Rd., Waban Don I Will to NHS: An under- ground tunnel between new school and old. Claim to Fame: Being sick at gym time. Barry, I, Warren, College. National Honor Society 2, 5, Orange Shield 3, Golf 1, 5, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, Alpha Gamma Tau 3, Rifle Club 1, Junior Class Committee Representative. JOSEPH AUGUST LALLEMAND 39 Rustic St., Nonantum Joe Claim to Fame: My 70th white card. Pet Peeve: Watching Bob shave off his beard. Palmer, I, Day, College. Home Room Manager 1, Science Fair 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Aviation Club 1, Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, Rifle Club 2. ROBERT PAUL LALLY 116 Crescent St., Auburndale Bob Claim to Fame: Getting out of Newton High. Advice to Sophomores: Go to another school. Riley, II, Warren, Service. Home Room Manager 1, Orange Shield 2, Newtonite 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2. ARLINE DOROTHY LAMONT 123 Rand Ter., Auburndale Leni, Lamont, Lemon, Arludy I Chief Failing: Going steady for longer than two weeks. Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore year. Beals, II, Warren, College. Civics Committee 1, Home Room Manager 1, 2, Orange Shield 1, 2, 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, Leader Corps 2, Ushers 2. JANE BERNICE LANCASTER 15 Day St., Auburndale Sally Mandy Fondest Memory of NHS: The day I came to school on crutches! Pet Quotation: "We'll discuss it later!" Beals, II, Warren, College. Executive Committee 1, 2, 3, Theatrical Make Up 3, Newtonite 1, 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, House Council 2, Tennis 2, 3, Softball 1. MARCIA F. LANGILL 9 Bigelow Ter., Newton Centre Pet Quotation: "Gee Pat, I thought you did it.'L Fondest Memory of NHS: Our junior English class. Palmer, IV, Bigelow, Business. I'll not budge an mob PATRICIA A. LANGILL 384 Waltham St., West Newton I Will to NHS: More Febru- ary vacations. Fondest Memory of NHS: Our junior English class. Palmer, IV, Day, Business. JANE ELIZABETH LANGMAID 28 Austin St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: My Junior vear. I Will to NIIS: All the yellow slips from my junior year. Rileyg II, Dayg College. Drama Club l. GERTRUDE ANN LANIGAN 21 Bennington St., Newton Corner Trudy Fondest Memory of NHS: "The -as Thellowsf' Advice to Sophomores: Have more days like January 17, 1960. Barry: llg Bigelowg College. Legislature lg Theatrical Make Up 2: Newtonian 3, Newtonite 5: Senior Play 53 Rally Committee 2, 5. 1 1 STANLEY ROBERT LAPON 25 Freeman St., Auburndale 1 Stan Fondest Memory of NHS: Used yellow slips, used pink slips, and used teachers. Advice to Sophomores: The Lamp of Knowledge needs a spark to light it. Riley, Ig Boston Lating College. Civics Committee 23 Home Room Manager 1: House Civics Committee 2, Drama Festival lg House Council 2, 53 Motion Pic- ture Squad 2, 53 Intramural Sports 2, 33 Camera Club 55 Chemistry 3: French Club 1, 2, 55 Latin Club 1, 2, 53 Tusitala 5. 4 1 . s 41' . , . 1 T la 'Q ' l 1 Patience, thou young :md rose-Zipped cberubin EDA MAY LARKIN 43 Sharon Ave., Auburndale Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior year at NHS and cheerlead- ing. I Prophesy That: There can never be a greater bunch of kids than the "61" crowd. Batryg Ig Warren: College. Home Room Manager 13 Orange Shield 5: Rally Committee 1. 2, 5, Cheer Leaders 2g Leader Corps 2g Basketball 1, 2, 31 Intramural S orts 1 7 5' Music Club 1' Out fig Cheering Committee 13 Half- times 53 Century Club 1. 5 P 2 hx 3 v ' ing Club 1, 2, 55 Class Committee 187 MARGERY LASIQKSON 181-17 Corrirnonwealth Ave, Auliurnflale Cieri I Will to NHS. My yunifr gym locker. Pet Quotation: Jeepersf Palmer, llg T. A. Iztlison, lirigliv ton, College. Legislature 5, Ilouse Counril 6, Newtonite Circulation Stall 5, Ushers 'ag Drama Club 1, X, 6, Future Teachers Club 5, Ortliesis Z, Student Office Secretary .l, 6, A.If.S. Fund Raising Committee 2, 5. PAMELA SUSAN LASOI-'If 58 Winchester Dr., Lexington Pam, Spam, Tiger Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Nicholas and my wonderful Junior year, and the summer before. I Will to NHS: The memory of me since I wasn't tlrere for my senior year. Riley: lg lvleadowbrookg College. Vespers 1, Z3 Library Club 3, Music Club 1, Z5 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Ancient History Club l. JOHN H. LAVELY JR. 304 Central St., Auburndale Jay 1 Prophesy That: Mr. Gateley will be driving a Cadillac within a year-right Ralph!! Pet Quotation: "Why not?" Barry: lg Warreng College. National Honor Society 2, 51 Legislature lg Civics Committee 5. House Civics Committee 23 Orange Shield 2, 55 Vespers 1, 2, 3, Out- door Track 1, 2, Captain 3: Gym- nastic Team l, 2, 3: Cross Country 1, 2, 35 Senior Class First Vice President. DONNA LOUISE LAWSON 49 Lindbergh Ave., West Newton I Will to NHS: Tons of school spirit. Fondest Memory of NHS: From 2:45 p. m. to 5:50 p. m. Barry: Ig Warreng College. Newtonian 3: Newtonite 1: Spring Musical 1, 2, 5: Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 33 Centennial 11 Ves- pers 1, 2, 3, Leader Corps 5: Music Club 1, 2, Coordinator 3: Outing Club 1, Mixed Chorus 1: A Cap- pella Choir 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 3g Band 1, 2, Instrumental Ensemble 3. District Orchestra 53 All-State Orchestra 3: House Council 3: Music Board 5. PATRICIA MARY LEAHY 54 Austin St.. Newtonville Patti. Pat Claim to Fame: Three years of fourth floor home rooms. Pet Quotation: Later. later - much later. Beals: Il: Our Ladys: College. Theatrical Make Up 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Vespers 1: Drama Club 1, 2, French Club 21 Out- ing Club 1. 2. JOSEPH MARK LEARY Z' Regent St., XY'est Newton Joe Fondest Memory of NHS: 2:45 p. m. A Pet Peeve: Any type of work. Barryz ll: XY'.1i-ren: College. Baseball 15 Football 2: Indoor --' Track 5: Outdoor Track 2. 5: Intramural Sports 1. 2. 5: Camera Club 1. 2g Rifle Club 1. 2. IO -KN KATHERINE LeBRUN ' A :us ys'.siiifW3 ls there 710 pity sitting in the clouds? Newton l.ou'er Ixills Uloani, The Kid, 'loanus l XY'ill to NIIS: The driver ed. car l tracked up. liontlest Memory ol NHS: The many howls with the war babies: B. k. J. o. t1 M, H, s, s. Barry, ll, XY'arren, College. Rally Committee 3: Ushers 3, liieltl llotkey l, Intramural Sports I, 2, Outing Club 3, Sailing Club 2: Drama Festival 2, 5, Cheering Section l, 2, Orange Sales 3, Cen- tury Club l, Class Committee 31 House Assembly Committee 3. MARTHA AYERS LEE -1' Tarleton Rd.. Newton Centre Marti Fondest Memory of NHS: My senior year with the most wonder- ful people. I XX'ill to NHS: The great spirit of the war babies QB, J, K, H, S. S. SJ Barry, I, Weeks, College. Orange Shield 2, Tigerama Committee I, 2, 3, Senior Play 31 Drama Festival I, Rally Commit- tee 1, 2, 3, Vespers 2, 3, Leader Corps 2, 3, Ushers 1, 2, 3, Field Hockey 1, Drama Club I, Music Club 3, Outing Club l, 2, A Cap- pella Choir 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, Executive of Rally Committee 2, 3, Madrigal Singers 3. LEE ERIC LEIGHTON -i-17 Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Herman Fondest Memory of NHS, My junior and senior years. Advice to Sophomores: Do all your work and study, and you will get along O. K. NTHS, IIIT, Day, Service. Intramural Sports 1, Adminis- trative Aid 2, 3. FREDERICK PAUL LENNON 50 Bridge St., Nonantum Fred, Freddy Fondest Memory of NHS: I9 Colonial Ave. after school. I Will to NI-IS: A parking lot for the kids. Palmer, II, Day, College. Home Room Manager 1, House Civics Committee 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, 3, Science Fair I, Mo- tion Picture Squad 1, Caduceans Club 2, 3, International Club 1, 2. ARLINE MARY LEONE 93 Wfest St., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Many Laughs with the P. Gfs! Pet Peeve: Barbara's problems! Riley, Il, Day, College. Legislature I, 2, Home Room Manager 1, 2, Theatrical Make Up Workshop 1, 2, Orange Shield 3, Newtonian 3, Newtonite 31 Tig- erama 1, 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 3, Drama Festival 1, 2, Rally Committee 2, 3, Ves- pets 2, 3, Dance Committee 1, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, French Club l, Future Teachers Club 1, 2, Music Club 1, 3, Outing Club 1, 2, 3. ROBIN LEVINE I1 Marion St., West Newton Claim to Fame: Being one of the Hexagonganals. I Will to NHS: The wonderful teachers I've had for the past three years. Barry, I, Warren, College. Stage Crew 2, 3, French Club 3, Properties Committee 3, Scenery Committee 3, Art Club 3. .t-' .".'9 f-b'1f?f?22leS'f- 'ff-if-ffz,...:z'f, H-197- LINDA ANTIN LEVINE 67 Woodlawn Drive, Chestnut Hill Lin, Levine Fondest Memory of NHS: The compulsory showers in my senior year. I Will to NHS: A successful fire drill. Barry, I, Bigelow, College. Orange Shield 3, Rally Commit- tee 2, 3, House Council 2, Basket- ball 2, Drama Club 2, 3, English Club 3, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 3. CAROL JANE LEVI 631 Beacon St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Our 9:00 p. m. Newtonite make-up, AFS assemblies, junior year. Pet Quotation: "Vous parlez francais comme une vache espag- mole." Barry, I, Bigelow, College. National Honor Society 2, 3, Civics Committee 2, 3, Orange Shield 33 Newtonian 2, 3, New- tonite 1, 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, International Club 2, 39 Latin Club 1, AFS Commit- tee 2, Co-ordinator for AFS at NHS-NSHS 3. SUSAN BARBARA LeVINE 49 Philmore Rd., Newton Sue Fondest Memory of NHS: Those midnight phone conversations, the M. and M.'s. I Will to NHS: Two worn out ears. Barry, I, Bigelow, College. National Honor Society 2, 33 Newtonian 3, Rally Committee 2, 3, Vespers 2, French Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2, Treasurer 3, Music Club 2, Sailing Club 2, 3, World History Club 1, Mixed Chorus 1, Girls Chorus 2. STEPHEN HENRY LEWIS 1545 Beacon St., Waban Stevo, Louie, Steve I Will to NHS: One used tiger suit. Fondest Memory of NHS: Our "Graveyard" party. Barry, I, Warren, College. Home Room Manager 1, 3, Tig- erama Committee 3, Rally Com- mittee 3, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Ushers 1, 2, 3, Nesvton-Wellesley Ex- change 2, Class Committee 1, 2, Tiger, A Cappella Choir 3, Mixed Choir 1, Century Club I, 2, 3, House Council 3. 'L A l , SVSANNI1 l1llltI.lf ll llll l Now 0 er the world mature seems dead ,XX tan. 1 - .X .. .5 Ffa Q .. :sta .vii 'S A z11:i,ltQ2 W I ii, tidlkbrf' R: is FQ , XA ffkr' 3 EARL RUSSELL LIBBEY JR. 98 Sheridan St., West Newton Pet Quotation: "lt never rains, but it pours" - homework. I Prophesy That: Building One will still be here in 50 years. Barryg II5 Warreng College. ELIZABETH T. LITTLE 216 Highland St., West Newton Liz I Prophesy That: In 10 years when asked who Liz Little isg J. C. "You mean Ann's sister?" J. B. "just call me tomato, pumpkin." S. C. "You must have the wrong number." Barryg 15 Warren5 College. Newtonian 35 Senior Play 31 Spring Musical 1, 2, 35 Centennial 15 Vespers 1, 2, 35 Leader Corps 35 Drama 1, 25 Music 1, 2, 35 Sailing Club 35 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 35 Student Office Secretary 35 Music Night 1, 2, 35 Host and Guides Committee 31 Orchestra 1, 2, 55 Instrumental Ensemble 25 Barry House Sophomore Election Man- ager 3. NANCI LINN 36 Bruce Lane, Newton Linsie Fondest Memory of NHS: The days I saw "Big M" in the cafe- teria. Pet Peeve: Listening to every- body say, "Nanci, can't you ever be ready on time?" Rileyg lI5 Bigelowg College. Drama Club 1, 23 English Club Ig Orange Shield 2, 35 Senior Play 35 Home Room Manager 25 Rally Committee 2, 35 Spanish Club I. VICTOR LIPOMA 245 Pearl St., Newton Lip Fondest Memory of NHS: The day Mr. Skitzer stepped in my bucket of paint. I Will to NHS: All the snow storms in Mr. Houle's room. NTI-ISL IIITQ Day: Business. Home Room Manager I. 2, 3, Administrative Aid 1, 2, 5: Intra- mural Sports 31 Orange Shield SQ Newtonian 2. 35 Tigerama Com- mittee 35 Football Ig Basketball 1, 2, 3. X If 189 f . rf X Y- l .'.l'.f'f 5' " lor. 'fx' ,'.i". l,7.l'ff 5 .ir i.. l X'ii:.. , l.i.'i. . l':.!!."T . I .'a.lf.' fl'l L .,." ',.i'i,:.i. li ' ' N .1 l.i'l7. I ,'.l I f ' fp V. e f f . .llAl.l, IRA l2"l" y NK l.ll5Xl KN x l..' lfiii law' Klfr' fy i N' llcrliiey . l'.ij.i::.. l'.15'. lXX'iQQ ii, '.llS ' f ldhllwlill l'i,:.'fl ' 'l'.:fJ, l'.ii!I.rgT ll Ili. I ' flrifiife bling' lai- fuuxllill l lritmii S5 - s . I V iiiiirce IJOROIIIY l.Ol lxl l.l'l"I l.l:'lON -' XX'.is.iif.g' :. S Newt ii I-rat' Dix. lb .fine lrwlliitul Nitin r'. 7 Nl C out with nl. I l XX'ill ti. NHS Ont usctl bari ti .inti .i gui: i .-Xtlams. ll. llicci 1.-., I L L Basketlull l. Citi.: lc lg Field ll-.titc-'. 1, N 2: S. Yolley Ball l, Dram Crosse lg Mus: I lub 9. Mai-ircttc. kf',l. fy RICIIA RD MARX IN LOC K XY! JO D IH Bullouu li P'fk.Nut x c IJILR liontlcst Nlcm. rx ii: NHS to school with .1 cr. up - XXX I LL kids. l XX'ill ti- Nils' like Miss XX .iter- Palmer. xl1.L L ll DM. C .'.. t National ll. n.r S t Treasurer 4, Orange tonian 3. Orange ll. I t X 35.1 5...c. X t Iitlitor QL ll. me C i ..:1t.Q S l7.iir l. ltt- llitxtx Q. i Sports I. Q, Ku. C...f' Q S in-' Club Q. .'X.::xi!:tsC A. N .-Xrm-riot.. lt... xt R Nlarthiitc l..:1.: .. Xl Q l. Q. ,IEANNETTE F. LONIB ARDI fs g t iiC..- Ax. X X .fw I. ..., LVL l'-iiticsf Xlt... ,. . Ni I i 'X MUN Nt... i. X . Hx N . xx l XX Li I X N Xl-. XXJMZ gif .. - t Riitx, il. IT... C .t livzztt R. . :it Xl..:1..4 l t-:.i:'n.a l.::i:t:.::tt Q. K P liestznai Q. R.aQ.j. X.fY1fff. 3. Allllflff Rte L? Q Outing Club 1. -. 1. 5: O rite DL'ufL'f.ifX Q BARBARA IOX1 BARDO li' lxfi .I 75. . X411 17.11.-ts:Xi." . ' Ni .anti ritgr' ' " tr' t AA .t " Q xxitzlt .. 7- .. Rzlt-.. il. DLI. Limit, ll. :ite R. . fi: Blaise O Shield Newtsmte er.a:1t.a Cszttzmttee .. Q. x Committee 1. -, Fi Dar C mittee F: L'she.s 'L Sql , - . ... - Laila . '--w s . I -Ni-H ec oe--fc 2 13 9 v ' " fx - X7 . ' -4 :Quin ':3L7 ... 9. . ,..3, I , six? Q ig I ' iilseiiaikst ...L ' ' fs Q as Y ,Zim F' '15 MELANIE GAIL LORD Q' Northgate Park, XY'est Newton l XYill to NHS: My little brother, "Shotgun" Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior homeroom with Mr. XVCSI. Anne, .ind Don. Bacon, IV: Jamestown, N. Y.: Business. Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Sail- ing Club 2, 3. MARK AVERY LOTHROP 180 Park St., Newton Pet Quotation: "For all practical purposes." Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Moores "study" halls. Palmer: lg Bigelow: College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Home Rcom Manager 1: Orange Shield 33 Newtonian 3g Orange Book Editor 23 Ushers 33 Tennis 1, 2. 3: Alpha Gamma Tau 33 Rifle Club lg Key Club 3. MARTHA FRANCES LOVE 63 Alderwood Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: My wonderful summer of 1960. Pet Peeve: A homeroom on the fourth floor of Building One. Beals: Ig Beaver Country Day Schoolg College. Orange Shield 3: Senior Play g Drama Festival 23 Leader Corps 3 Field Hockey 2: Cavalry Club 2: French Club 2, 33 Orchesis 2, 3 3 3 CHARLOTTE MOULTON LOWERY 21 Claflin Place, Newtonville Scoots, Shorty I Will to NHS: A parachute shop where fourth floor students can rent one for a day. Pet Quotation: Good grief, Charley Brown! Bealsg I: Meadowbrook, College. Newtonian 3g Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 2: Drama Festi- val 3g Centennial lg Vespers 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 35 Dance Com- mittee Zg Tennis 33 Intramural Sports 33 Drama Club 3g Music Club 1, 2, 35 Class Committee 2, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Or- chestra Zg Student Office Secretary 3. JOHN RICHARD LUCAS 105 Harvard St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Those 7:30 A. M. Marching Band prac- tices. I Will to NHS: Another Sopho- more class like ours. Palmerg Ilg Day: College. Home Room Manager 13 Intra- mural Sports lg Marching Band 1, 2, 3. GRACE LUCIA 934 Watertown St., West Newton Little One Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior and senior years with Tom- my D., especially Halloween night and New Year's Eve of 1959. Pet Quotation: There's always a first time for everything. Bacong Ilg Warreng College. House Council 33 Ushers Z, Basketball lg Field Hockey 1, Bad- minton 1g Softball lg Volley Ball 1: Drama Club lg French Club 2: Secretary of Co-operative Commit- tee: Mixed Chorus 1, 2: Music Usher 2. S to Q '1 I 1 K' A I tt t . -- Fri, MARGARET MARY LUPO IIB Faxon St Nonantum Penny londest Memory of NHS junior year twith all the kids.J Pet Peeve My little Dickie Adtms IV Day Business Orange Shield 1 7 Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Leader Corps 1, Archery 3 Softba 1 7 lntramu S orts 1, 2 3 NANCY JOAN LURENSKY 35 Woodlawn Drive Chestnut Hill Nance Fondest Memory of NHS The Overthrow Of The Old Regime" 1 A-2102 and its consequences I Will to NHS The mspira tion of my mathematical achieve ment Barry I Bigelow College National Honor Society 2 3 Newtonian 3, Rally Committee 2 3g House Council 23 Vespers 2 French Club 2 3' Latin Club Secretary 33 World History Club 1' Mixed Chorus 1' Girls Chorus 2 PETER S LYNCH 44 Salisbury Rd Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS J C Hall's chemistry class I Will to NHS My share of C. S. jr. to homeroom 330 Bacon I Bigelow College Civics Committee 3 Home Room Manager Ig House Civics Committee 35 Senior Play 39 Stage Crew 3' Science Fair 1' Golf 3 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: La Club 1: Ancient History Club Treasurer 1' Mixed Chorus 1 JUDITH ANN MacBRIDE 48 Newell Rd Auburndale udy . Fondest Memory of NHS Skip ping last period study in my junior year I Will to NHS Kiddie cars to get to each building on time Adams IV Warren Business Orange Shield 1 2 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 35 Rally Commit 1 2 3 Leader Corps 1 Ushers 25 Archery 25 Softball 1, 2 Take any shape but that Give me cz case to put my fvisage in BONNIE LEE MacFARLANE 62 Maple St., Newton Corner Bee I Will to NHS: Whatever is left when this Senior Class is through. I Prophesy That: There won't be much left. Palmer: II: Bigelow: Business. JEANIE ISABEI. MaCMILLAN 86 Park St., Newton Corner Fondest Memory of NHS: Spring Musical 1960. Claim to Fame: Working on the jungle gyms with Sandy. Barry: II: Bigelow: College. Spring Musical 2: Vespers I, 2: Music Club 1, 2: Bowling 2, 3. ANNE C. MacNEVIN I0 Omar Ter., Newtonville McNish Fondest Memory of NHS: Sophomore year English class in room 1444. I Will to NHS: More teachers like Miss Hazard. Bacon: IV: Day: College. Orange Shield 2: Newtonite l, 2: Orange Book I: Tigerama Com- mittee I, 25 Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Ushers 2: Tennis I: Archery 1, 2: Softball l: Home Economics Club 2. ROSALIE MARIE MAGNARELLI 29 Bridge St., Nonantum Rose, Ro Fondest Memory of NHS: Eat- ing lunch with Connie, Sylvia, and janice on the cafeteria floor. Pet Quotation: Terrific! Beals: I: Day: College. Legislature 1, 2, 5: House Civics Committee 5: Tennis g Latin Club I. ss! CHAR I.I:NI: IJILISIIIIL 'W-ik' ' F 7 NIAf1l,'IIlI'. CHU l51gll1."-'ie 'wt ".'f:','.'firi l'otifle'.t fwltrtiiory ol TQIIS ll' .ii uigiiorette .intl f. UU oflfu' lm-.ii last lielfae iuitiil-'. l Wfill to NHS Nl: f 1 , . arty, , i".f, ., f...1-. atiil split ls Il Iii t a f l Rally flfllillllllff' .' ffgiivf :.i. l, liiliior lit--l fI'1'.',f'illli'll ., S llsliers 1 Urfli-'i' l fir?-if Wr.rl.c'ri 3, Mialerii lbaiife l lJr .iii lwlaintettt- .Q lleail Nl.iy,rerv1g , NIARIE MACIQIRE TIIELMA EDNA MAIIANIEY 6 Islington Rd., Auburntlalc 'I-CLltllC Pet Peeve: joseph Sherman. Claim to Fame: October l', l96ll. Beals: II: Day: Business. SHEILA PATRICIA INIALEY 55 Lewis St., Newton Pinkey I NX'ill to NHS: My brother Don. Pet Quotation: 'lm no squeal- erf' "I don't ltnowf' Palmer: ll: Our Lady'sL College. JANET ANN MALONEY .Tl Mill St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: The Thellas. Claim to Fame: XY'inning the motorcatle. Bacon: ll: Our Ladysg College. Civics Committee l. Q: Home Room Manager l. Nexxtonite Q. 1. Orange Book Q: Tigerama Coni- mittee l. 2: Senior Play F. Drama liestival 2: Rally Committee l, Q. Centennial lg Ushers Qi Tenni 1, lg Art Club l. ig Outing Clizb l. Ig House Clean-up Committee. Student Ottice Secretary l. Q. Q. Class Committee 1. DAVID LAXYRENCE MALTZ ti Forest Ave.. West Newton lfondest Memory ot NHS: The day l climbed up the fire escapes. I XYill to NHS. Color T. Y. tc: l 320. Barry. lg XY'arreng College. Newtonian F: Science Fair 1, 5: Baseball Manager lg Bieleei Club 2. 31 Debating Club 1. Q. F. Chess Club lg Radio Club IQ Band lg Orchestra 2. 5. JL DITII NIANN lurk 1..ine, Newton Centre ,lutlv lfwmiest Xlenioty of NHS: The Kabul Sink Six, L latin to lfinie A certain white .iywaztis ll, XYeekS1 College. lifx.'.1::zt.il Nlake L'p I: Centen- l, Dr.ini.i Club 2: French Club lizttzre 'licxichers Club Ig Music tltzb Q, 4: Orchesis l. 2. 3: Arts lfestiml I. PHILIP HAYDEN MANNING ol Elmore St., Newton Centre Phil Pet Quotation: Flunk now, avoid the June rush. 1 XY'ill to NHS: Another Man- ning. Baconl IL Yi'eekSl College. Legislature 1: Home Room Man- ager I: Orange Shield 2, 3: Orange Book 2: Senior Play 31 Motion Picture Squad lg Golf 23 Intra- mural Sports l, 2. 35 Latin Club l: XY'orld History Club 1. GERALD ARTHUR MARCHAND 3-i Faxon St., Newton Gerry I XY'ill to NHS: All of my Daily Report slips. Fondest Memory of NHS: Herbies Pajama Party. Palmer: II: Dayg College. Orange Shield 35 Baseball 1, 2, Co-captain 3: Football 1, 2, 3. VIRGINIA MARIE MARINI 45 Hawthorn St., Nonantum Ginny I NX'ill to NHS: Co-ed gym classes. I Prophesy That: I will be Mrs. F. D. by 196511 Palmer: IV: Day: Business. Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 5: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Leader Corps 3, Stage Crew 2, 35 Tennis 53 Softball 2. 33 Volley Ball 2: Debating Club 2, 3g French Club 2, 3g Home Economics Club 3. BRUCE EDWARD MARQUIS 102 Charlesbank Rd., Newton I Prophesy That: Newton-Class A baseball champs-1961. I Will to NHS: All my "prop- erty" shirts. Palmer: Ig Bigelow: College. Home Room Manager 1: Ushers 52 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Basketball lg Intramural Sports 1. JANET LORRAINE MARR 469 Wolcott St., Auburndale Jan Fondest Memory of NHS: 1960 Drama Festival, making flamingos in the blue grotto at 10:00 p. m. 1 Will to NHS: Another class like the class of 1961. f Barryg llg Lincoln Jr. High: f 'ffiarrital Make Up 3: Rally '. iirririiftee lg Field Hockey 23 lui J Club 3g Properties Commit- Jee, Drama Festival 2, 33 Cheering Committee 2, 33 Senior Play 3. 'xx K ji ' x Sweet as the clay is long PATRICIA ANN MARRAZZO 21 Jerome Ave., West Newton Pat Pet Peeve: When K. F. doesn't call. Fondest Memory of NHS: My Junior year in Mr. Nye's class. Palmer: IV: Day: Business. Orange Shield 2, 3: Rally Com- mittee 2, 35 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Softball 2, 3. SALVATORE GERRY MARRAZZO 67 Sheridan St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Plow- ing through the lines of kids to get to class. Pet Peeve: The Orange Shield in the lunch room. Palmer: III: Warreng Business. Cross Country lg Science Fair 2. ANN RUTH MARSHALL 170 Auburn St., Auburndale Annie, Fats Fondest Memory of NHS: Sup- per in the blue grotto at 10:00 p. m. I Prophesy That: No other class will be as well known in the "del." as the class of '61. Barry, II: Warreng College. Rally Committee 1, 2g Field Hockey lg Archery 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3g Music Club 33 Drama Festival 2, 33 Cheering Committee 2, 33 Century Club 1. SYLVIA DONNA MARZILLI 276 Linwood Ave., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: The day Connie, Rosalie, Janice, and I ate lunch on the cafeteria floor. I Prophesy That: There will never be a fat person who has his homeroom on the fourth floor of Building One. Beals: Ig Day: College. Senior Play 3: Rally Committee lg Intramural Sports 13 Latin Club 33 Outing Club 1, 2. X JOAN LOIS MASON I5 Bicker Rd., Newton Termite, Joanie Fondest Memory of NHS: Being one of the Big Four, Mr. Nicholas. I Will to NHS: The pigeons of Building Two - All of them! Bealsg Ig Bigelow, College. Theatrical Make Up lg New- tonite 2g Rally Committee 1, 2, Future Teachers Club lg Library Club 2, 3g Music Club I, 2, 31 Music Club Auditioning Board 23 Ancient History Club 1. KATHLEEN FRANCES MASON 18 Dana Rd., West Newton Kathy, Rocky Fondest Memory of NHS: All the laughs with the "Old Gang" and Porky. I Will to NHS: My spot on the fourth floor landing. Beals, II, Day, Business. Home Room Manager 2, Tig- erama Committee lg Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, Class Committee l. JOYCE ELAINE MATHESON 108 Hunnewell Ave., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior year with S. S., Motorcade of "59" with the "Tigers" from the senior class of "60." Pet Peeve: A homeroom on the fourth floor of Building One for two years. Beals, II, Christian High Schoolg College. Home Room Manager Ig Orange Shield lg Newtonian 2, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, Senior Play 2, Drama Festival 2, Rally Commit- tee 1, 2s House Council 23 Ushers 1, Cavalry Club 13 Music Club 3: Outing Club 1, 2, Chairman of House Activities Committee, Stu- dent Office Secretary 1. MARK ALLEN MAYZER 37 Wessex Rd., Newton Centre Claim to Fame, I received a "good" white card from Mrs. Leone. I Prophesy That: Mrs. Bailey will soon have a large stock pile of Doc's instruments. Palmer, Ig Bigelow, College. International Club 35 World His- tory Club 1g Junior Red Cross 5. l"'i li 1 i JO 'rs- 471 I will make it az felony to drink small beer ,. -a 5 'fs' F Us I ki., s JANET imnisaiox xiaxzfiiaa 'I' 5-fa2i'.f.r. Avg '.f-an f f.,,,.,.., v,,1,.f, , , ii... . , ',f,g.lif.::.'.rf: near lXJ'l'i.11f.fLllw f-In mr im' ir. 'rn' i'1 flYfl"' I'i.fj. llf Ilan f ...':."' llf.fr.f: I".',t:. ,'-lar,.1,"': I .l.f,. lf'-' ffg. " ' .' Ita.-" l..iQQ I, 'I'-:.'. Q la.. . RIfSSIiI.I. GFRA RID 3-It .AIJANIS --3 NllQ'.irv.i'l1l'1,llif,' un 4 If .,, Iiuti-lest .KN1ClI.'.f1. uf Tilix la' ins: lunfli in Nir. l.fg-.r.ea 1311. - stu-ly Per Peeve l...tHV , 1' dwari rlic- Delii Ihilrrier, ll, IJaj,g 5-illeee Home Rmom Nfariarer I, N xc.. 1 lfair J, French f.aE. ', l:.ff,-rr. tional Club 5. TIIONIAS ANDREW' MCBCRNFY U1 Central Aye. Nc'--t-.tzyz FIQUTTFI l Wall In NHS The flaw '6I. Claim tu Fame Late r. Ci on the openinc clay r- r e 'c Riley. ll: Day. Ilusiness Ney-.tonite lg Orange I5 P, House Council 9, Science lazt Volleyball Q1 Intramural Sp " 7 3 ...,,. JOHN C. NfcC.-XRTHY 46 Court. Neyytt nvilie Mac Claim to Fame: I banned B- st- TT Fondest Mem. ry ut NHS The year the locusts came. Bacong l1Cleyeiand Hill -- Bu:- falo N. Y., College. Sailing Club F. DONALD PATRICK BLJCORNI.-XCK IS' Wliryxick Rd . XYZ-st Newt Don. Mac I Prwpltesx' That Su: z:t sons will he cnc" " ... Corin. .-Xtixicc tt- b.,.it... es lt '. want cieyat.-7 tzcxtrs. sec nie Bacvzt. ll, Dax. L.'Q.c:t PL:bQic.itiv:1s Bt-.ara Q. llwrite R.-om Nlanacc: I. Ncvnnzte Senzvr lllay 1. Drazrta Festzxa. Science Fair I. Basehail F. Basic bali 1, lntrantural Spvtts 1, Q French Club i. Q, Hearing Fishing C1115 Q, Rifle Club 1. Sailing Cillix Q. XYQHJ Hzstq Club i. FDXYARD FRANCIS NRCORNIACK -5 Cherry ifagc, XX-gif Ne'-ite Fa. Mag Aimee to re" S K for cue.: gym. iX'i'i1I ts NHS: The house Q Legislature li Yespers QQ Baske ball ig Ice Hockey E1 Izutrazttw' . l , , ,b . ,A-. , Sports i. -. 5, Latin CU.: .. XX ILLIANI A. NICDERMOTT Xkioltott St., .'kLllWLl1'11tl.lIL' Bill l XX'ill to NllSt All the gum I srtztk t:n,ierue.itli tlte desks. Ajtite- to Sopliomoresi Flunk ion, .noni the rush later. ll.1ff1. ll. XY.irreng College. l::fr.imi:r.il Sports I, Q, 3, XVILLIAM NILAND McDONOUGH ll' Temple. Nlfest Newton Maco Fondest Memory of NHS: Ken- yon gym in iunior vear. I Vfill to NHS: The long walks between classes. Barry, lg XY'arren: Service. Home Room Manager I1 Orange Shield 2, Tigerama Committee 2. 3, Rally Committee 2, 31 Baseball 33 Football 5, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Gymnastic Team 5, Rifle Club 2. CAROL ANN MCGOVERN 169 River St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: My Junior Year. I Wlill to NHS: A new school bus for XVest Newton. Adams, IV, Warren, Business. Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3, Orange Shield 1, 2, Rally Com- mittee I, 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, 2, Archery 1, 2, 3, Softball I, 2. PETER SCOTT MCKENNEY 15 Curve St., West Newton Pete, Mac I Prophesy That: Sheila will be- come "Miss America." I Will to NHS: Mr. Sanborn, the team room, and "Zeke" Bacon, II, Warren, College. Civics Committee 2, 5, House Committee 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3: Indoor Track 2, 5, Outdoor Track 1, 2. 3, Secretary Sophomore Class, Vice President Associates. RUSSELL FRANCIS MCKINNIN 50 Fordham Rd., West Newton Russ I Will to NHS: Floodlights for Mr. Malone's football team. I Prophesy That: We'll beat Brookline on Thanksgiving. Bacon, I, Day, College. Home Room Manager 3, Orange Shield 3, House Council 3, Foot- ball l, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, 5. JOSEPH VINCENT MCNABB 87 Lewis St., Newton Joe I Will to NHS: Three years of fun. Palmer, I, Our Lady's, College. Home Room Manager 2, Orange Shield 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basket- ball 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 5, Class Committee 2. Hang like an icicle K 53 ' bf' -1:9 We 49172 LESTER LAWRENCE MCPHERSON 19 Bencliffe Circle, Auburndale Lessie, Les Claim to Fame: Eating spaghetti. Pet Quotation: "Immature." Palmer, I, St. Mary's High, Col- lege. Civics Committee 2, 3, Home Room Manager 1, House Civics Committee 2, Orange Shield Z, Tigerama Committee 2, Ushers Z, Baseball 3, Ice Hockey 2, 3, Cen- tennial Z. JOY ELLEN MEHLSAK 54 Garland Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Those wonderful "gym" and "math" classes in my junior year and all the great kids I've met. Pet Peeve: Having my last name mispronounced and mispelled so many "different and unusual" wavs! Beals, I, Weeks, College. Senior Play 3, Social Board 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 33 Music Club 35 Outing Club 2, Sailing Club 3, Student Office Secretary 3, American Field Service 3. JOHN F. MEAD 39 James St., West Newton Johnny Advice to Sophomores: Don't get caught smoking in the boy's lav. I Will to NHS: More teachers like Miss Wormser. Barry, II, Warren, Service. Home Room Manager 1, 2, Orange Shield 2, Newtonite 1, Orange Book 1, 2, Boy's Athletic Board 1, 2, 35 Junior Red Cross Council I, Softball 1, 2, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, Hunting and Fishing Club 1, Russian Club 3. WESTLEY SEBASTIAN MEDAGLIA 11 Lind Rd., West Newton Butch Fondest Memory of NHS: When the day was almost over. k I Will to NHS: My gym suit and all my books. Barry, II, Warren, College. Lf . I .. .1 .S t I W f K AQ' -21 4-av"""Ql PATRICIA ANN MELANSON IS Princeton St., Newton Pat Iiondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Papa's Junior llome Room. Pet Quotation: "lie nice." Palmer: IV: Bigelow: Business. JOSEPI-I GERALD MELIDEO 26 Cottage Place, West Newton Clem I Will to NIIS: The parking space I never had. l Prophesy That: There will be more parking room. NTHSQ III-TQ Warren: Business. MARY LOUISE MELIDEO 25 Woodrow Ave., Newtonville I Prophesy That: Building One will fll down before it is taken down. Advice to Sophomores: Look to the seniors for guidance. Beals: Ilg Day: College. 'Stage Crew 3: Tennis 2, 3: House Commons Room Committee Traffic Squad 3: House Commons Room Committee 2: Senior Play 3. 5 . 1 fa J A Midsummer-Night's Dream JOHN CUTLER MERRILL 20 Buswell Pk., Newton Corner Johnny Pet Peeve: The C flat piano in the music room. I Will to the music department at NHS: A viola outfit with such hither to unthought of accessories as strings, pegs, and bow. Palmer: I: Bigelow: College. Vespers 1, 2, 53 Spring Musical 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 5: En- semble 1, 2, 3. I .Xe ':-Tm 5-'-im., 7' sixg. " 'D u "nigga - .4 4 ,. nl " -I' 'qswlxxx ...Ui P J W ' ?8.9.:v"lN5-.-5' "Pin LAWIiIiNC.Ii JOSEPH NIIfRI,'I.I.U IK Maiiftie Ave , W'e',1 51 at ri Larry l Will to NHS My riir-riiory I:UIl1lCSY Memory ol Nllw 'l.il1 ing all four luiiirlieu Riley: IV, XXf1irrt,-ri, Servin- Urange Shield .l, 5, lrirrari l Sports 3, 6, Ciyrrinastic 'Iearii JANE IfRIiNClI MFYIQR l Malvern Terrace, Auburridiile Pet Quotation: "l'rn huni.'rj,"" I Prophesy That: Newton lliuli will be here forever. Barry: I: Warretig College. Theatrical Make lip S: XX'orl-:- shop S: Newtonian 5, Tiuerarna Committee Z, S, Senior Play S. Spring Musical 2: Drama Festival 2: Rally Committee I, Leader Corps S, Ushers l, Tennis 2: Art Club 3: Music Club l, 2, S: Out- ing Club l, 2. PATRICIA ARLENE MILLS ll Clark Ter., Newtonville Princess Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr Papa's junior home room. Claim to Fame: Becoming Mrs. Frank Sherman. Palmer: IV: Day: Marriage. BEVERLY SHRIVER MITCHELL 99 Stanton Ave., Auburndale Bev I Will to NHS: Another class like the one of '6l. Chief Failing: Putting off until tomorrow what was due yesterday. Barry: I: W'arren: College. National Honor Society 2. 31 Newtonian 3, Senior Play 5: Drama Club l, 2: French Club 2: International Club 2, 5: Music Club 3: A.F.S. Ccmmittee 2. 3: Host Sc Guides 5: Class Committee 2: Student Office Secretary 3. SVETA MITROVICH 114 Beaumont Ave., New-tonville Fondest Memory of NHS: UICSM math classes. I XVill to NHS: An ICBM for mailing report cards. Riley: I1 Bigelow: College. Science Fair 1. 2: Tennis l. I. 5: Intramural Sports l. 31 Alpha Gamma Tau l. Q. F: Rifle Club 3. 'T 15 in I r --A T I 5 t .5 1 Q' t ,Qu JOHN JOSEPH MON.-KI-IAN So Bennington St.. Newton Corner Fondest Memory of NHS: Junior English and history classes. Claim to Fame: To be an electri- cal technician. -,,. Q Riley: III: Day: Service. I Gymnastic Team 3. if Q! MAURA PATRICIA MONAHAN 25 Laurel Ave., Wk-st Newton bioe Fondest Memory of NHS: Rallies. songs, getting to know the greatest kids and being a part of NHS. Chief Failing: Not being able to bump into that "someone" be- tween classes. Beals: I: Saint Bernards: Col- lege. Newtonian 2: Rally Committee l, 2, 5: Basketball l, 2: Tennis I: Intramural Sports I, 2: Art Club 3: French Club 3: Outing Club I, 2. 3: Traffic Squad 2. SEAN MONROE MOORE 90 Waban Park, Newton I Prophesy That: Miss Bonnie Allen will be president of the United States. Chief Failing: Always had to park on Hull St. Barry: I: Our Lady's: College. DIANE PATRICIA MOORE 157 Hicks St., West Newton Di Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Papas junior home room. I Will to NHS: The rest of the Moore family. Palmer: IV: Warren: College. Basketball 3: Softball 3: Intra- mural Sports 3. WILLIAM NORMAN COLLINS MORGAN 1029 Boylston St., Newton Highlands Willie Pet Quotation: Wa did you say? Advice to Sophomores: Study HARD. NTHS: IIIT: Weeks: Service. THOMAS MICHAEL MORRELL 69 Faxon St., Nonantum Tom, Mike Fondest Memory of NHS: Standing in the corner in Mr. Wells's typing class with Patty Mucci. Pet Quotation: Like nobody's business. Bacon: IV: II: Day: College. Civics Committee 2, 35 Home Room Manager Z: Orange Shield 2: Newtonite 1, 2: Tigerama Com- mittee I, 2, 3. MALCOLM HAROLD MORRISON 89 Evelyn Rd., Waban Mal Fondest Memory of NHS: When Miss Hazard lost her shoes. I Will to NHS: Dr. Navez' cluttered desk. Palmer: I: Day: College. Civics Committee 3: Newtonite 1: Science Fair 1: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2: Debating Club 2, 3: International Club 1, 2, 3: Meteo- rology Club I, 2, 3: Music Club 3: Radio Club 1, 2, 3: Class Com- mittee 2. PETER JAY MORRISON 7' Atwood Ave., Newtonville Pete Advice to sophomores: Stop try- ing to fake out your teachers. They've had years more experience handling students than you've had handling them. Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Spink teaching us to play drunk for the Senior Play. Palmer: I: Day: College. Home Room Manager 1, 2: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 3: Vespers 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Drama Club 3: Cavalry Club I, 2: Rifle Club 1: Russian Club 2: American Field Service Committee 1: A. Cappella Choir 1, 2. ROBERT FREDERICK MORSE 35 Elmore St., Newton Centre Bob, Bobby Pet Quotation: "I have to hang up now: I'm limited to ten minutes per call." Fondest Memory of NHS: Ger- man with Mr. Packard - best teacher I ever had. Barry: I: Weeks: College. Home Room Manager 3: Orange Shield 33 Stage Crew 1, 2: Motion Picture Squad 1, Z, 3. VINCENT JOHN MOSCATO 4 Fordham Rd., West Newton Vinny, Vince, Vin Fondest Memory of NHS: 10 o'clock coffee breaks. Pet Quotation: Tough! NTHS: IIIT: College. Administrative Aid 2. Vi1'fZl6., az lg' PATRICIA ANN MUCCI 1816 Commonwealth Avenue, Auburndale Pat Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore year. I Will to NHS: My younger brother in the class of 1971. Bacon: IV: II: Day: College. Home Room Manager 3: House Civics Committee 2, 3: Orange Shield I: Newtonite 2: Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Tennis 1, 2: Archery 2, 3: Biology Club 1: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Bacon House Clean-up Committee 2, 3. CLAIRE EVELYN MURPHY 25 Bowers St., Newtonville Smiley Iiondest Memory of NHS: Long trips through the tttnnels from Building One to Building Two. Pet Peeve: People stopping dead in front of me in the tunnels. Adams: IV: Dover Ilighg Busi- ness. Tennis lg Sofeball lg Student Office Secretary I. MARILYN ALICE MURPHY 251 Tremont St., Newton Fonclest Memory of NHS: What happened in November of my jun- ior year. Claim to Fame: Being one of the "Undie gang." Bealsg Ilg Bigelow: Boston Col- lege. Rally Committee I, 2, 31 Tennis 2, 5g House Field Hockey 2: Archery lg Bowling I, 2, 5: Future Teachers Club 5: Music Club 53 Outing Club I, 2, 5. JOAN FRANCES MULLEN 23 Eden Ave., West Newton Mully Fondest Memory of NHS: The day the lights went out in the tun- nels, and I lost my sneakers. Claim to Fame: The way I fall in and out of places. Barry: II: Warren: Art College. Home Economics 1, 25 Ceramics Club 1. 311 64' 1 L! 'Il ,wash Keep up your b1 zgbt swords for the deze JOHN MURPHY 20-I River St.. NVest Newton Pet Peeve: The food being served in the cafeteria. A Favorite Pastime: Repairing my r 0 fathers trucks. Bacon: II1 XVarren1 Post Gradua- tion. X 19- MAUREEN VIOLA MIIRPIIY I4 I.lewellyn Rd , V21-f,r Nt,-v.rorr NIUC Iiontlest Memory of Til ls Ilornc-room on the fourth floor or Building Une. I Will to NIIS A rainy students can be really late t Iieztlsg lg Day, I ollt.-we Legislature X, Rally ffrrnrtiitt I, Z, SQ Outing: fltrlr .L Stntfr-rr Office Secretary Z, 1, VISA .' JEAN MARIE Ml,'R'I'I IA 58 Manamet Rd., N'ev.torr I entre Jeannie Iiontlest Memory of NIIS. All the wonderful kids. I W'ill to NII5: Mr, I'.rcl:.trtl's mink farm. Adams: II: W'eeksg Colleue. Legislature 2: Rally Committee l, 2, 53 Basketball lg Tennis J, 5: Field Ilockey 25 Badrniritori S1 Home Economics Club ig Orchesis lg Student Office Secretary 3. LORENZ F. MUTHER 44 Roslyn Rd., NX'aban Rusty Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Spink's "heart to heart" talks. Pet Quotation: Ours is not to reason why-Mr. Harrer. Beals: lg XX'eeksg College. Assembly Committee 5: Activi- ties Committee Bg Music Board 2. 5g Traffic Squad 2, 51 Senior Play 5: Spring Musical 2, 53 Rally Com- mittee Bg Vespers 1, 2, 5: Music Club 1, 2, 5: Dance Band 31 Mad- rigals 55 All-State Chorus 5. JEFFREY RUSSEL MYERS 50 Irving St., Newton Centre Jeff Fondest Memory of NHS: Being with Mackie at the Brook- line game. I Will to NHS: My discus and track shoes. Palmer: I, Ilg Bigelow: College. Home Room Manager 2. 5: Rally Committee 11 House Council Ig Basketball 35 Indoor Track 31 Outdoor Track 2, 5: Art Club 5: Biology Club 1. NANCY JEAN MYERS Zo-t XY'ard St., Newton Centre Nance I XY'ill to NHS: My iunior S.A.T..scores followed by one flillg full of "TEA t?t" to relieve the pain. Claim to Fame: Brother JettP:ff Bacon: lg Bigeloxxg College. Home Room Manager 4: Thea- trical Make Cp Q: Orange Shield 51 Newtonite 1. F: Orange Book 1. 31 Tigerama Committee l. Q: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1' 'L House Council ig Yespers l. f. ,. X 'X Ushers I: English Club Q. 1: French Club lg liutt: re Teachers Club Q. F: Music Club l. Q. 11 Student Office Secretary F. LOIS JUSTIN.-X NALDI KU River St.. West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Packardis Gerntan class. Palmer: ll: XY'arren1 College. tonian 3: Xe-wtonite Q: Cacitzceans Theatrical Make Cp Eg New Club 2. F1 Outing Club Q. F. CLARE H. NEEDLE 605 California St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHSg The change-over to the House Plan and how many kids were left after NSHS. I XY'ill to NHS: The many, many stairs I'-ce climbed in the past three years. Beals, ll, Day, College. Stage Crew 5, Ushers 3, Traffic Squad 5. PAULA NEEDLE 60" Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Needle's, Pins, "Mamie" Fondest Memory of NHS: "Ma- toochus" 1960 - Everybody, everything, everywhere, and spirits. I Prophesy That: There will never be another English class like ours, right, Mr. Harris? Bacon, I, Bigelow, College. Orange Shield 3, Newtonian 3, Senior Play 3, Rally Committee 2, House Council 2, 3, Vespers I, Ushers 2, English Club 2, 3, Future Teachers Club 2, 3, Music Club I, 2, 3, Sailing Club 3, Student Office Secretary 2, 3. DEBORAH JEAN NEILSON 30 Grove Hill Ave., Newtonville Debbie Fondest Memory of NHS: All of the great kids I have met, The Senior Prom in my junior year, The football games. Claim to Fame: Having Marilyn wherever I go within School, vice- versa. Beals, II, Day, College. Rally Committee 2, House Ac- tivities Committee 2. MARJORIE ANN NEIMAN 33 Gay St., Newtonville Midge I Prophesy That: In less than three years Building Two will be overrun by pigeons! Advice to Sophomores: If in doubt, don't. Beals, I, II, Day, College. Orange Shield 3, Rally Com- mittee lg Music Club I, PTSA 1, Marching Band 2, 3, Concert Band I, 2, 3, Class Committee 1. JOHN FRANCIS NEVILLE 41 Clarendon St., Newtonville Jack Fondest Memory of NHS: Gerry, the girl who left me to go to Newton South High. I Prophesy That: Newton High and Newton South will be big rivals- Bacon, IV, Day, College. Home Room Manager 2, 3, Orange Shield 3, Senior Play 3, Boys' Athletic Board 2, 3, Basket- ball 1, 3, Golf 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. HEDY NEWMAN 62 Stuart Rd., Newton Centre Hed Claim to Fame: Bobby. Fondest Memory of NHS: Meet- ing him on the Boulevard. Bacon, II, Bigelow, College. Rally Committee 2, 3, Dance Committee 2, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, English Club 3, French Club 3, Music Club 2, 3, Orchesis 2. I do desire we may be better stmngevs H- INGRID INGERBORG NICKELSEN 40 Greenwood Ave., West Newton Inge Fondest Memory of NHS: The many wonderful people I have met. Pet Peeve: The 8:25 bell. Barry, I, Warren, College. Newtonian 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 2, 3, Drama Festi- val 2, 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, Vespers 1, 3, Ushers 2, Art Club 3, Cavalry Club 1, 2, Debating Club 3, Drama Club I, 2, 3, Out- ing Club I, 2, 3, Sailing Club 2, Secretary 3. JOHN DOMINIC NICOLAZZO 6 Gannon Court, West Newton Johnny Fondest Memory of NHS: Listening to our wonderful bancl play at 8:10 in the morning. I Will to NHS: My gym suit. Adams, IV, Warren, Business. Gymnastic Team I, 3. VICTOR ANTONIO NICOLAZZO 45 Harrington St., Newtonville Nick, Nickie Fonrest Memory of NHS: Walk- ing between classes. Advice to Sophomores: Quit while you are ahead. Palmer, II, Day, College. Home Room manager 1, Dance Committee 2, Science Fair 1, 2, 3, Ice Hockey 2, 3, Intramural Sports 2, 3, Class Committee 2. LOIS PAULA NOVACK 15 Westbourne Rd., Newton Centre I Will to NHS: More teachers like Dr. Navez and his junior physiology classes. Claim to Fame: I finally got my license. Bacon, II, Bigelow, College. National Honor Society 2, 3, Newtonian 2, Reflections 1. X Get thee to az mmnwfy Q- IU! . 3. .-.,,, x lsr PATRICIA JANE NUTTING 36 Vineyard Rd., Newton Centre Nutty, Patsy Fondest Memory of NHS: Hav- ing a good time with the P.Cv.'s. I Will to MHS: Mrs. Geiger and her "Okay kids!" and Mr. Wells. Bacon: Ilg Holy Cross Academy: College. Home Room Manager 1: Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Rally Committee I, 2: Ushers I, 2: Basketball 1, Z, 3: Badminton I, 25 Outing Club I, 2. HAROLD EDSON OBER 465 Crafts St., West Newton Obey Fondest Memory of NHS: Eat- ing A, B, and C lunches. Claim to Fame: To be a future Steve Reeves. Riley: IV: Day: Service. Gymnastic Team 2, 33 Work- shop 3g Boys' Athletic Board 5. Biology Club Z.. JOHN HENRY O'BRIEN 3-H Cherry St., West Newton O'Bie I Prophesy That: Charlie La Fauce will be here next year. Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr, Malone. Barry: II: Warren: College. Orange Shield 3: Stage Crew 5: Football 1, 2, 33 Indoor Track B3 Outdoor Track 5: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 La Crosse 5: Music Club 5. PAUL HENRY O'CONNOR S5 Elm St., Newtonville Okey I Will to NHS: My lunch pass. Fondest Memory of NHS: The day Building Two almost burnt down. lg Day: College. Football 1, Z3 Intramural Sports I, 2. 55 English Club I, 2. 31 French Club 1, 2: Latin Club 31 Neophytes Ig Spanish Club 2, 5. X 7 xii' 5- 00 ,sr I -qv- x 11" a l Q 00? ax, '11 'f .7 1 l:lJXX'AIilJ fJ'lJf1NUfilll I, QZ'1l':. ' , ,, g. ',',,. ',.M. . li IH-' Q..'f'..' I VLA... ' .i vi." '11, l'..f'-. ll -' f lf. 'lu- IJAVIIJ RHI..-1.NlJUl,wf1N ll.rfTg:..' S' 'f'.U ' '. lawf- ,., .. K . X .. I Xu.. .ll l.-. H-1, ,, ,, , ., ,.,. . 'UL I iff., 3. 'ry 'Fw .fri .',:T.:.'1g '-'.L., "5 l'.:.fIil,'f l lj,:'. I .' , fJ',r i,. xL,1,.'- I . f . .I-l-C ..t, ,i . riiirrcc A lfffar .. . RIEIN OI.X'E'I' XY.'..sf. f.,-' '. S' Nu.-.f ,fi 1, IQ..- l-fnlc-sf Sic-513 rj 7 NHS Xl llitkarit Cierrtiari Lass I Yfiil t. NHS fwlj. ': shirt, Baton. l. X'Y'.irref: IQ.:-4: Hhmt- R- i rn M..:.agt-: 1 l:.tr mural Spurs l. -. : I-Lx.: f .-E XY'lI.I.l.-XXI JOSEPH CTNEII. SU.: Dcflf- 5E , WSL! YL'-1-T T1 XY'1.Q'.' l XY'iil t- NHS A Tift suhstriptiin : MAD Blast.: l Fr- phev. lit.: 'lfitre '1' .1 slut-king r..::t 7 5 utr Barry. ll. XY.i:7t::. C ..t- lltme Rt ::i M..:1..4tr XYvrksl'1tp 1. Q. Uxuigt S:1.,... Q. 5. Trac-r.t:tt.. Q, li... -. C ::1::i,:tt Q.1.li...stl ,. Al..fi. 7 R1 fiftas i. S. X lisfiafs ,ite it--1 QL lntf.a:::'..7.a. Sp. its -, . Ef..:t. me art.: l':s.t:::4 Q .. Q. 2 flap . S.a:..:1gi...1: Q. l7tf2..:i4 BARBARA PALEX ii li .lfffl FZ. liaifw. lar:-.t l7.::.'tst Xltfis 7 XFN .Ln 1:1 tix Ng: 'L '-t.af Tilt L ct? t1Z'- .Zi TXXU. lxlf llflxl li.I..a'-N fx B.atv1:.lX',XX.a:rt::, li..s.ft VICTOR GIGLIOTTI 'J 5 ..,. 4. g, y.-,-.. a. I sux.. ct . . t ............ Butch. GQ L'l.a::11 ts llaite Gettzny X knew pups. Pet Q1:OZ3I:t..1 DCC: 2. x " be sorryf' NTHS1 lllT: Dav: Service. Administrative Aid S. 4: 40' i l-c 3 """1i.1q ROBERT PETER PASQUALE SZ Arlington St., Newton Corner Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: Many happy afternoons in detention. Claim to Fame: Leaving school .it ll:5O every other day. Riley, IV, ll, Bigelow, Business. Stage Crew I, Motion Picture Squad l, 2. NICHOLAS PASQUAROSA 3-1 Park St., Newton Corner Nick I Will to NHS: The holes in my car. Pet Quotation: How about that! NTHS, IIIT, Bigelow. Administrative Aid 31 Baseball l, 2, 31 NTHS Basketball 1, 2, 33 Football 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2. DAVID JACOB PASS 7 Nottingham St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Senior Play. Pet Quotation: "Wait till next year, Ma." Palmer, I, Bigelow, College. Legislature 1, Home Room Man- ager l, House Council 2, Senior Play 3, Indoor Track 1, 2, Out- door Track 1, 2, 3, Cross Country Team 1: Latin Club 1, 3. MARIE ELSE PAUL 47 South Gate Park, West Newton Maisie, Bertha, Gyra I Will to NHS: All my worn out shoes and I.B.M. s':eets. Fondest Memory of NHS: Teachers. Barry, I, II, Warren, College. Homeroom Manager 2, Drama Festival 2, 3, Student Office Secre- tary 1, Art Club 3, Drama Club 1, French Club 3, Outing Club 2. ALBERT JAMES PAULINO 18 Kenneth St., Newton Highlands Al Fondest Memory of NHS, Try- ing to go to Newton South for lunch. Pet Quotation: There's the door. NTHS, IIIT, Weeks, Service. Basketball 1, 2, 3. HARRIET LOCKE PECK 181 Windsor Rd., Waban Holly Fondest Memory of NHS: The four beachcombers and all the kids. Pet Quotation: "Ask the other war babies." Barry, I, Warren, College. Homeroom Manager 1, New- tonite 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 1, Senior Play 3, Rally Commit- tee 1, Executive Rally Committee 2, 3, Vespers 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Field Hockey 2, Apparatus 2, 33 Art Club 33 Latin Club 2, Drama Festival 2, 3, Chorus 1, A Cappella Choir 2, 3. ROBERT JOHN PEREDNA 450 Crafts St., West Newton Bob I Will to NHS: More home- rooms like Narhaniel's 1210. Pet Quotation: "Chato Morie I." Barry, Il, Warren, College. Home Room Manager 1, Work- shop 1, 2, Junior Red Cross Coun- cil 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Hunt- ing and Fishing Club 1, 2, Fencing 2, Russian Club 3. LAURENCE ROBERT PERKINS 33 Longfellow Rd., East Natick Larry Pet Quotation: Well begun is half done. Pet Peeve: Insufficient coffee breaks. NTHS, IT, Bigelow, College. BARBARA JOAN PERLMUTTER 31 Llewellyn Rd., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Climbing four flights of stairs every day. Chief Failing: Doing my horne- work at the last moment. Beals, I, Day, College. French Club 2, 3, Future Teach- ers Club 2, 3, Music Club 2, 3, Outing Club 2. JOANNE MARIE PERONE 125 Bridge St., Newton Jo, Joan Fondest Memory of NHS: See- ing David between classes. Pet Quotation: My David. Bacon, IV, Day, Business. Home Room Manager 1, Orange Shield 1, 33 Newtonite 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, 2, 3. I am slow of study Peace, ho! Caesar speaks MARK ANTHONY PETERS 7 Windermere Rd., Auburndale Marcus Fondest Memory of NHS: Ken- yon gym my junior year. I Will 'to NHS: All my late slips. Barry, I, Warren, College. Home Room.Manager 1, Orange Shield 2, Newtonian 3, Rally Com- mittee 2, Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, Vice President of class 1, 2, President of class 3. RICHARD BRIAN PETIPAS 28 Falmouth Rd., West Newton Dick, Pet Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Hazard's Sophomore history class. Pet Quotation: "I give up." Adams, IV, Day, Service. Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, Gymnastic Team 1, Physics 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, 3. SARAH JANE PIERCE 290A Derby St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Going home during last period study. I Will to NHS: Going home at 2 o'clock every study period. Riley, III, Warren, College. Drama Festival, Program Com- mittee. THOMAS HOWARD PIERCY 54 William St., Newton Thom I Prophesy that: Everyone else will prophesy the collapse of Build- ing One. Pet Quotation: "But honest' I did my homework, I just forgot it." Palmer, II, Bigelow, College. Art Club 2, 3, Arts Festival 1. WII.I.If'I.NI I'IKIi 4'IC.l1illDIIl Rd , Nr.-v.vf,r. f 1-ntrf. Ihll I Prophesy Ihzrt IRS Sf.. 1-. 1.1 il passing fad. Iionllest Memory of NHS .fi my classes in Harry Iloust- Iiarryg I, WR-elis, f.f,lles'f: Home Room Marrager l. lrivra mural Sports .l, 5, I'lly3lf's flul, v f.hess Club I, Z, 6, Chess 'li','1.tII I, Z, 5, Class Committee 3. Co-op Committee 5. RUSSELL BERNARD PILLION 2561 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville Russ, Fat Man Iiondest Memory of NHS: Miss Johnsons office. I Will to NHS: More teachers like Mr. Wells. Riley, IV, Day, Business. Intramural Sports. ANN JOYCE PINCISS 50 Judith Rd., Newton Centre Pin I Will to NHS: More Friday evening bridge clubs. Pet Peeve: New High Schools. Adams, I, Weeks, College. Home Room Manager I, New- tonian 3, Student Office Secretary l, 2, 3, Newtonite 2, 3, Tigerama Committee l, 2, 5, House Council 5, English Club 5, French Club 2, 5, Latin Club lg Sailing Club 2. LORETTA ANN PISELLI 121 Bridge St.. Newton Laura Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Wofford's junior English class. Pet Quotation: Keep it Cool! Bacon, IV, Day, Business. Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 2, 5, Newtonite 1: Tig- erama Committee 2: Rally Com- mittee I, 2, 3, Leader Corps I: Ushers 2, Tennis 33 Archery 2. PAUL THOMAS PITTS 99 Cleveland St.. XY'est Newton Tom Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior homeroom with Mr. XY'ells. I XVIII to NHS: My old ankle wraps and tape. Bacon: ll, XY'arren1 Service. Orange Shield 2: Boys' Athletic Board l. 2. Ng liootl'-all l. Q. 3. Outdoor Track I. 51 Gymnastic Team l, S. JAMES GILBERT POCKXYINSE 509 Lowell Ave., Newtonville ,lim Fondest Memory of NHS: Go- ing down the Ville for lunch. Pet Quotation: I consider the day a total loss unless l receive heck from someone. Bacon: IV: Day: Service. Football I. DAVID XV. POIRIER S9 Los Angeles St.. Nonantum Herr l X'i'ill to NHS: My brother .incl .ill my wl-ite cards. l llrophesy th.itt ln ten years to come you can smoke outside. A.l.ims. lX'g Day: Service. Orange Shield l, 2, 4: Baseball l. Q, lg Football l, 1, 5: Ice Hoc- key 3: lntmmural Sports l, 2, 53 Gymnastic Team l, J, 3: Cross Country Team l, 2, 3: Physics Club l: Ritle Club l, 2, 5. JOHN POMPONIO S2 Bourne Sr., Auburndale Palmer: ll: Cambridge Academy: College. MICHAEL ALAN PRAGUE l' Bemis Rd., Newtonville Mike Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Leone's study hall. Pet Peeve: Using the tunnels. Palmer: II: Dayg Business. Civics Committee 2: Home Room Manager I, Orange Book 2, Tigerama Committee: Ice Hockey lg Intramural sports I, 2. JOHN WILLIAM PRESCOTT JR. I7 Adams Ave., West Newton Prez, Jack Fondest Memory of NHS: When the lights went out in the tunnels. I Will to NHS: The puddles in the tunnels. Barryg II: Warreng College. Legislature 2: Home Room Man- ager lg Orange Shield 2g Centen- nial 15 House Council 25 Softball Ig Intramural Sports I, 2, 3g Hunt- ing and Fishing Club I, 23 Fenc- ing 2. JEFFREY ROBERT PRINCE 51 Sherbrooke Rd., Newton Jeff Fondest Memory of NHS: Being one of Miss Hazard's Cherubs. I Will to NHS: More of Mr. Etheit's little "discs." Palmer: Ig Bigelowg College. Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2, Managing Editor 3: House Council 33 Indoor Track I, 2: Debating Club 1, 2, 3g French Club 2, Presi- dent 33 Class Committee 1: Liter- ary Magazine, Promotion Editor 2, 3. FRANK WILLIAM PROCTOR 16 Josselyn Place, Newton Highlands Pet Quotation: "I got the Green Wiene." NTHSg IIITg Meadowbrookg Business. O true apothecawy, thy drugs awe quick LINDA GRACE PUCCIARELLI 20 Newell Rd., Auburndale Puchie Fondest Memory of NHS: The day I experimented with Man Tan. I Will to NHS: The fun I had in my junior U. S. History class. Rileyg II, IVg Warren: College. Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Rally Committee 1, 25 Ushers 1, 2: Out- ing Club Ig Student Office Secre- tary 1. FRANK JOSEPH QUINN 41 Colgate Rd., Lower Falls Red Claim to Fame: A Kenyon lunch plan for the advanced eater. Pet Peeve: My morning deten- tions with Mother. Rileyg Ig St. Mary'sg College. Centennial 1: Baseball 1, 3g Ice Hockey 1, 2, 35 Outdoor Track 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2g Latin Club 1. ROBERT MICHAEL QUINN 61 Cherry Place, West Newton Hoss I Will to NHS: Cement to make paths across the lawn. Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Hazard's World History class. Adams: IVg Dayg Service- Orange Shield 1, 2, 33 New- tonite 2, 3g Gymnastic Team 2, 3g Discophyles 2, 33 Physics Club 2, 3. THOMAS EDWARD QUINN 613 Walnut St., Newtonville Tom Fondest Memory of NHS: A little girl whose name ends with I. Pet Quotation: Ya little clown. NTHSQ IIITg Weeksg Service. Basketball 2, 3. LOIS ANN RANLEY 87 Richardson St., Newton Fondest Memory: My friends, especially Sarah. Rileyg IIIBg Acton High Schoolg Business. junior Red Cross 3. Drama Festival, Program Com- mittee. THOMAS LARRY RANLEY 87 Richardson St., Newton Tom Pet Quotation: "Oh well." Fondest Memory of NHS: The day I graduated. Palmer: Ilg Bigelowg College. Motion Picture Squad: Hunting and Fishing Club: Rifle Club. ANNETTE MARIE RATTA 131 Bridge St., Newton Ann Chief Failing: I talk too much. Fondest Memory of NHS: Some- one very special. Palmer: IIlg Business. JEREMIAI-I FRANCIS READY 159 Washington St., 'B 43 'We Newton Corner Jerry Claim to Fame: The '4O. blow its lunch. A Riley: II: Bigelow: College. Motion Picture Squad 1g Foot- ball Ig Gymnastic Team 2, 33 Meteorology Club 3. QXL' I Prophesy That: The '40 will Z , A ,Ri - 1:3 x . I Like softest music to attevzclivzg ears ROY SVNINILR IIIlSw 171-,,. A., . y ,,.4,,,,. . .. I'-gf: 'I' I 'f'.'1. ', 'Jlie ,- u,. -. f,... . 1. ,. . . I .r. if 1-ff. . I' .':-I Ziff.. I lun. I f' I."f. ." ."' I I1 ,:' A ll fI.'.. I ffl- '. .l , I I,f.t:.r: lx I ':. tt.zr' JOIQI. S'I'I'.YI.N RII lx ., 'Nf'."qt: I' 1 Yet'-' .t. I cy' gl .fg III t-j, l l'r'.gitf-s. 'lit' S later Nc".-.vim Y f':. li..-r split LV ti, fffi, Night," lliuli, .mi X ' .r, S .' if.: t-.ill spilt -of I, fir. Ne'.1.' '. lt' llieh lttlmet. I. liicel ,-.I I ,V l.eeisl.lt.:re I I1 'E ' 1:77. mut.li Sperm I. c. ' ISL Q 5. I.j 2. Pligsits I...f ' BETSY IOYCQE RILII Q"t litanigizta ST. Ne'-1-' 5. Fhntiest Menu- rg' fr NHS Ia: ini: lxihv t-lui I. r.:e'f:. :EL football cames, Claim to lfanie. Kr. 1'-p. other Betsy Rich Baton, Il. Bicel Xt. It fece Theatrital Make If XY fist. , lg Ne'-xtonite Ralf. Ct Tifiizfte- 31 Varsity Tennis I. Q. 3 Archer I. 51 Httmc Ifcon- mics I left 1. Music Club 1.l. 31 Urchesis Q. - Outing Iiiluh 1. S. Dante As semhly Q. 1. ELIZABETH ALLYN RICH I-I Aspen Axe.. A1.e'.rn.:.1.e Betsi-' Claim to Fame: My su and sn. hhishness. Chief Failma. Ntt 1.213 " ting: what I want. Palmer: I1 Itsline .-Xc.a.fe:"- College. Rally Committee 1. Tefifizi Field Hockey lg 5.11511 Q. D:.a:t. Cl , , ,. . . ub I. Fncifh Lu? '. Ic..t1r' Club S. 1. Music I .uh ' LILLI.-KN SVSAN RICH IS? Newtvnxiiie .Me . Ne'-K: rt I.ziix' I XYR11 Zu NHS A .Les with .1 certgzrt giscfzytpz' Pet QL:.'I.at:. it Ik c speak' Bacczi. I. Bagels'-N. I ..t Ti1e.zt::..zi Xlskcup XY. ik. Ounce Sirzegi 1. Newt rt ff Orange Ii..-R 1. R.aiQ'.' Li. :ti:i::tte I: .ifciterx Q. Ilgturc Tc.ac:ie:s Cie: l. S. Ilsme Ifccntnlcs fill? 1 I..xt1n Cillb I. S. F SIIS.-KN NIICHELF RICHARDS IIO Watltinctvn RJ. Nc'-1t'CN.Q1 See. Sas.: I Frcphesw Tha: ' .ze K1 5 the one I XYIQ1 NHS My :ug brothers. Scvtt .me C371-'. Bealsg II. Clarke Sc' sc' New York Colle, e. Traffic Squac F1 Senior Flay E Student Office Secretary 1. Q. Ar: Club 1. S. SQ Biciegy Club S: Eng Iish Cine Q: FLLIZI6 Teachers Clue I. I: International Club 1. -, JOAN CHRISTINE RICHARDSON 108 Mt. Vernon St., Newtonville Fondest Meniory of NHS: The Arts Festival in 39. l XY'ill to NHS: My 1?l Band L'niform. Adams: l: Levy jr, High, Syra- cuse, N. Y.: College. Centennial 1: Archery Z. 31 Hunting .ind Fishing Club 1: Latin Club F: Music Club 1, 2: Sailing Club 3: Marching Band 2: Con- cert Band l, 2. ELEANOR R. RICHMOND 110 Evelyn Rd., Waban Ellie Chief Failing: Not being able to blush when I know I should. Advice to Sophomores: Don't watch the clocks: they are on the teachers' side! Adams: lg Weeks: College. Home Room Manager 1, 2: Orange Shield 2. 3: Newtonian 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Vespers 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: English Club 3: French Club 2, 3: Latin Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1: Stu- dent Office Secretary 2. JOAN FRANCES RING 2142 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale joanie Claim to Fame: Two Waltham shakers. I Will' to NHS: All my "blue cards." Barry: I: Warren: College. Vespers 2: Ushers 3: Basketball 2: Field Hockey 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2. RICHARD ANTHONY RIZZA 40 Alden Place, West Newton Tubby, Riz Chief Failing: Being a good boy in English class. Pet Peeve: Not having girls in our classes. NTHS: IIIT: Warren: Service. ELIZABETH ROGERS 29 North St., Newtonville Betsy, Beery Fondest Memory of NHS: The fire during the opening night of "Gondoliers", and cheering in the pouring rain at the Cranston game. Pet Quotation: How about that, sports fans? How about that? Barry: I: Day: College. Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Finance Committee 2: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2: Cheer Leaders 3: Vespers 1, Z, 3: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Calvary Club 1: Music'Club 2, 3: Sailing Club 2. GRETCHEN RUTH ROBINS 51 Chapin Rd., Newton Centre Gret Fondest Memory of NHS: J. C. Hall's chemistry class. I Prophesy That: There will be a tunnel from NHS to NSHS. Palmer: 1: Weeks: College. Newtonite 2: Tigerama Com- mittee 2: Alpha Gamma Tau 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Chess Club 2, 3: Marching Band 2, 3: Concert Band 2, 3. 'x I i : .Aa i. WA .1 as if l 'Craig'-fyx"f'I J 1 .Q .ill I an , 1 '7' 03 iii F A if ,, I For you :md I are past our clancmg days SYDNEY ANN ROBINSON 16 Lancaster Rd., Newton Cindy I Will to NHS: My gorgeous gym suit. I Prophesy That: Someday the House System will work. Riley: I: Bigelow: College. Newtonian 3: Basketball 1: Field Hockey 1, 3: Volley Ball 1: French Club 3: Music Club 2, 3: March- ing Band 3. FREDERIC RICHARD ROBERTS 49 Duncklee St., Newton Highlands Fred Fondest Memory of NHS: Class of 1960. Claim to Fame: My charm. Adams: II: Weeks: College. PATRICIA ANN RONGONE 30 Joseph Rd., Newtonville Pat Fondest Memory of NHS: The Thellas, E-block and F-block of my junior year. Advice to Sophomores: More days like January 17, 1960. Barry: I: Day: College. Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonite 3: Rally Committee 2: Junior Red Cross Council 1: Ushers 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Music Club 3. MICHAEL MORRIS ROSBASH 164 Newtonville Ave., Newton Mike Fondest Memory of NHS: Sophomore chemistry with Mr. Goldman. Advice to Sophomores: Transfer to Andover. Barry: I: Bigelow: College. Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 2, 3: House Council 33 Science Fair 1: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2: In- door Track 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: French Club 33 Latin Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Physics Club 2. V , .:5yrQ'ff5ff7"" .sas fi ' ,ff s. Si X ,XXX ,af .4 3' B iw.. 7 . x X A 'x F Ku 'G- EDWARD PHILIP ROSENBLATT 37 Whittier Rd., Newtonville Eddie Fondest Memory of NHS: jour- ney from 23A to 1450 twice a week. Advice to Sophomores: Take as little math as possible. Beals, I, Day, College. Intramural Sports I, 2, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Election Committee 3. MARTIN KENNETH ROSENDORF 535 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre Rosey I Will to NHS: a smoking room for students. Pet Quotation: "Where's the party?" ' Palmer, I, Bigelow, College. Home Room Manager 1, 2, House Council 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3, Dance Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, Biology Club 1, 2, International Club 1, 2, Class Committee 1, 2. JOEL BARRY ROSENTHAL 54 Ellison Rd., Newton Centre Rosy Claim to Fame: B.S.R. at New- ton South. Fondest Memory of NHS: The Fearsome Foursome. Bacon, I, Weeks, College. Senior Play 3, House Council 2, 33 Ushers 1, 2, Ice Hockey 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Cavalry Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Class Committee 2, 3. Tis cruelty to load az falling mam STEPHEN JAMES RYAN 15 Bacon St., Newton Red I Prophesy That: The SOUTH will rise. Advice to Sophomores: Don't play around with dinosaurs, they spread germs. Bacon, I, Our Lady's, Service. BARBARA ANN RUSS 42 Glendale Rd , Nev.ton Centre Iiarliy, Uphie, 'Iiornrny Fondest Memory of NHS Illinois Math with .'wIis'. Kliairm. I'et Quotation, "XWliatF. thi-. ii tion!" "I.et's bug out of here ' Barry, I, liigelowg f,f,lleg'e Orange Shield 6, Newrornte ., 3, Senior Play 5, Drama I'e',r1vai 5, llouse f.ounril .4, junior Rel Cross Council I, .l, Leader forps Z, 5, Cavalry Club i, Iiiolovy' Club Z, Drama Club .l, 5, Marth- ing Band l, 2, 3, Concert Band I, Z, 3, French Club i, U, fwlusir Club l, 5. NANCY JANE ROSS 35 Avondale Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: My first two years. l Will to NHS: My Spanish marks. Riley, I, Bigelow, College. Rally Committee 1, 3, House Council Z, Treasurer 3, junior Red Cross Council I, junior Class Com- mittee 2, Biology Club 3, Future Teachers Club 2, Secretary 5, Spanish Club 2, Vice President 3, World History Club 1, Latin Club 1. KAREN LYNN ROTHSTEIN 35 Farquhar Rd., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Cheering, Getting soaked at the Cranston game, all the kids. Pet Peeve: New schools. Adams, I, Bigelow, College. Orange Book 2, Spring Musical Z, Drama Festival 2, Cheer Lead- ers 3Q junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, Vespers 2, Leader Corps 3, Dance Committee 2, Ushers 2, French Club 2, 3, Future Teachers' Club 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 3, Orchesis 2, 3, Senior Class Repre- sentative to the Associates Council 3. BURTON ROBERT RUBIN I-iii Eastbourne Rd., Newton Centre Bob I Will to NHS: My slightly used Caesar trot, my companion to Shakespeare, and one torn gym shirt. Fondest Memory of NHS: Standing on the corner, watching all the girls go by. Palmer, I, Boston Latin School: College. Orange Shield 3, English Club 2, Physics Club 3, Radio Club 3, Alpha Gamma Tau 3. JOSEPH ANTHONY RCSSO 5 Arbor Rd.. XWI'est Newton Roose Fondest Memory of NHS: Foot- ball in my senior year. I Prophesy That: Some night Ho-Jo's will be raided. Beals: II: Day: College. Legislature 2. 3, Orange Shield 5: Dance Committee Z: Football 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track 3. STEVEN MALCOLM ROSER 55 Arapahoe Rd., XY'est Newton Steve. "Chong" Fondest Memory ot NHS: "The Four Beacliconibersu: Especially Sue. I XY'ill to NHS: My property "T" shirt. Adams: lg Warren: College. Band Exchange 1. I. 5: New- tonite l: Spring Musical 1. 2. F: Rally Committee 3: House Council 5: Vespers l. I. 5: Ushers 1: Out- door Track 1. 3: Intramural Sports 1. 2, 5, Music Club 1. I: Concert Band l, I. 3, Marching Band 1. 2, 5, A Cappalla Choir 1, I. 3. '17 ua I i 'li CR 'Ll Il A C i oli- ,-4 'x 0 . X BARBARA JOAN SACHS -I-I Elmore St., Newton Centre Babs Fondest Memory of NHS: All my subjects-especially languages. Claim to Fame: Mrs. Le Claire. Riley, l, Girls' Latin, College. Home Room Manager 3, Orange Shield 2, Newtonian 5, Newtonite 2, Drama Festival 2, Ushers 2, Alpha Gamma Tau 2, Secretary 3, Future Teackers Club l, Latin Club Z, Orchesis 2, 3, Russian Club 3, German Club Z, 3, Dance Board 5. PETER BIGELOW SAHLIN 98 Hawthorne Ave., Auburndale Pete Claim to Fame: My election speeches and jokes! Fondest Memory of NHS: New- ton-Waltham Hockey brawl, junior year. Adams, I, Warren, College. Legislature I, Civics Board 3, Civics Committee 3, Home Room Manager 1, Orange Shield 3, Spring Musical 1, 2, 3, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, Class President 1, 2, Associates Council president 3, Prom Com- mittee Chairman. 1, 2, Ice Hockey 1, 2, Captain 3, Outdoor Track 1, 2, Chemistry Club 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3. SUSAN BARBARA SAKOVITZ 34 Morton Rd., Newton Centre Sue I Will to NHS: More elevator operators. Fondest Memory of NHS: Climbing the stairs up to the fourth floor. Adam, II, Weeks, College. Home Room Manager 3, Orange Shield 3, Rally Committee 1, New- tonian representative 1, Reflections representative, Mixed Chorus 1, Ushers 1. RICHARD FRANCES SALEMME 37 Farmington Rd., West Newton Dickie Fondest Memory of NHS: The time Newton beat Waltham. I Will to NHS: A tunnel from Building One to Newtonville Square. Riley, IV, Day, College. Football 1, 2, Outdoor Track 2, 3. CHARLES MARTIN SALTER 40 Old Colony Rd., Chestnut Hill Charlie I Will to NHS: Longer time between passing bells. Pet Quotation: The best things in life are free. Riley, I, Weeks, College. Legislature 3, Newtonite 2, House Council 2, Badminton 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, Chairman of Foster Child Program 3, Reflections 1, Chess Club 2, Class Committee 2, Wres- tling 2. JUDITH ELLEN SALAMOFF 124 Cabot St., Newton Judi Claim to Fame: All my "bright" comments. I Will to NHS: My study habits. Beals: II, Bigelow, College. Vespers 3, French Club 3, Future Teachers Club 3, Interna- tional Club 2, Music Club 2, 3. GLORIA ROBERTA SCHLOSBERG S0 Withington Rd., Newtonville Glocky I Will to NHS: An escalator for Building One's fourth floor. Fondest Memory of NHS: The tunnels on a rainy day. Beals, ll, jeremiah E. Burke, Business. Library Club l, Worker in Guidance Counselor's Office. PHYLIS DAVEDE SANTIS 41 Huntington Rd., Newton Claim to Fame: Art Editor of Literary Magazine, Assistant Man- ager of Yearbook. I Will to NHS: Any past ex- perience I've gained by. Riley, I, Bigelow, College. Newtonian 3, Newtonite 1, 2, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, Senior Play 2, 3, Centennial 1, Vespers 1, 2, Stage Crew 2, Ushers 1, 2, Drama Club 1, 2, Art Club 2, 3, Music Club I, 2, Art Board 2, Art Studio I, 2. PAMELA ROSALYN SAPHIRE 154 Auburndale Ave., West Newton V Pam, Pammie-Poo Pet Quotation: Mr. I-Iarris', "What do you want, Woman?". Claim to Fame: Being one of the I-Iexagonals. Bacon, I,- Warren, College. Drama Exchange, Brookline 2, Orange Book 2, Business Man- ager 3, Senior Play 3, Drama Fes- tival 2, 3, Vespers 2, 3, Stage Crew 2, 3, Drama Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Music Club 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, Girls' Chorus 2, A. Cappella Choir 3, Newton- Wellesley Music Night 3, Radio Staff 2, 3, New England Drama Festival 3. This above all-to thine own sel be true PATRICIA ANN MARIE SCALZI 85 Allison St-, Newton Patti Fondest Memory of NHS: The days I kept Mr. Hawkes and Mr. Gradone company in the Building Two office. Riley, IV, Day, Business. Home Room Manager I, Orange Shield 1, Tigerama Committee 2, Golf 2, Tennis 2,'Badminton 2, Softball 3, Volley Ball 2, Art Club 1, Home Economics Club 1. ' ' THOMAS ALPIIONSE SCANDALE I2 Davis Court, West Newton Tommy Fondest Memory of NIIS: Ilelp- ing the teachers. I Prophesy That: There will he longer lunch hours. Riley: Ill: Warren: Business. Drama Festival, Program Com- mittee. 1,1 KENNETH ALDRICH SCIIEIBEL 30 Webster St., West Newton Claim to Fame: First person to give up school for Lent, lfloll. Pet Peeveg 7:50 A. M. lland Rehearsals. Adams: ll: Warren: College. Band Iixcliange I: Vespers I, Z, 3: Ushers I: Music Club 3: Rifle 'Q Club Z: Concert Band l, Z: Dance Band 2, 3: Marching Band I, 2, 3: Orchestra I, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus lg A Cappella Choir 2, 3. BONNIE LINDA SCHLOSBERG 39 Mt. Alvernia Rd.. Chestnut Hill Slosh, Hey Youl I Will to NHS: My goalie equipment, a broken beaker, and a coke bottle from Tigerama. Claim to Fame: Having been a member of G 1-4, F 4 Senior Study Hall Club. Beals: I: Bigelow: College. Home Room Manager 2, 3: Tig- erama Committee 1, 2, 35 Girls' Athletic Board 35 Centennial 1: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Science Fair 1, 2, 33 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Softball 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 33 A.F.S. Poster Committee 2: Fencing 1, 2: House Activity Com- mittee 2: Science Fair Poster Com- mittee 1. 1307261516065 and pagans shall om' statesmen be EUNICE ALDEN SANDERSON 114 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Eunice, Alsie Fondest Memory of NHS: junior year D-Block study with the "Jokers." Pet Quotation: "Wise or other- wise?" Adams: I: Pentucket Regional High: College. Legislature 1: Science Fair ll Tennis 1: Field Hockey 1, 2: Soft- ball 1g Intramural Sports 1: Art Club lg French Club 1. 3: Music Club 1, 2. ALICE RAYMFR SCI II,"I'I'IcR 16 l'rince St , Vfc-at Nev-'tori Ray Claim to Fame I svaye-I pa-.v the first term in Mr Ilall '. chemistry class. Fondest Memory of NHS Mrs Croldstc-ln's lztiglish Class Palmer, l, Newton Country Ilay, College. Senior I'lay Z, Rally Cf.rntnitvc'e lg llouse Council 1, I, Tennis l, 5: Drama Clulm l, ltench Clulr Z: Music Club Z, 3, Orcliesis 1. MERRY LOU SCI IWFITZFR 7 Westluourne Rd., Newton Centre Merry Fondest Memory of NIIS1 My sophomore and lunior years with Mr. Izthier. I Will to NHS: My melba toast and cheese, Riley: I: Solomon Lewenbergg College. Newtonian 3: llouse Council S, French Club 2, 3, Future Tc-ach- ers Club 2, 3: Latin Club I: l-eatler Corps 3. -IEAN MARIE SCOTT -I9 St. Marys St., Newton Lower Falls Jeannie, Scotty Fondest Memory of NHS: Talk- ing with "Hogie" during my junior yeaer. Claim to Fame: Winning "first prize" in bowling tournament. Adams: II: Warren: College. Theatrical Make Up 3: Orange Shield 2: Rally Committee l, 2, 3: Leader Corps 3: Basketball l, 2, 3, Tennis 2, 5: Softball 2: Volley Ball 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Cacluceans I, 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Student Office Secre- tary 2, 3. KAREN LEE SECUNDA 145 Fuller St., W'est Newton I Will to NHS: Mixers with Harvard. Pet Quotations: Thats too great! Barry: Ig Warren: College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Legislature l, 3: House Civics Committee 2: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Newtonite Feature Editor 2: Debating Club I: Drama Club I: French Club 2: Latin Club 2, 3: Secretary of Associate Coun- cil. MARJORIE JOY SEGEL 244 Temple St., XY'est Newton Margi Fondest Memory of NHS: The many friends I have made. especial- ly the "slick six." I Prophesy That: Newton High will have a combined corner with Newton South. Barry: I: Warren: College. Rally Committee 1: French Club 1, 2, 5: Future Teachers Club 2. 5: Music Club I, I, 3: Spanish Club 3: Class Committee 2. JOEL LOUIS SELIG 99 XY'aban Hill Rd. North. Chestnut Hill I Prophesy Than Mrs. Goldstein will persuade Mr. Packard to move his mink farm to Walden Pond. Claim to Fame: Csing CICSNI math in 233. Adams: l: Bigelow: College. National Honor Society I. Presi- dent 3: Home Room Manager I. 2: House Civics Committee I: Newtonian Literary Editor F: Science Fair l: Alpha Gamma Tau 1. 2, 5: Chemistry Club President 3: Music Club 1, 2. 5: German Club 2: AFS Committee 2: Reflec- tions 2. L 5 X. f. ..-, 3 fry? an gg . 'Q ""1 1-7 FV E' f' 1' I 'Xt R 3 -1 I '42 5 , N- o 1' 'ff' 2 t o fs- , f...i'fa-aft, -r '55 el? fS'2v .111 ' siffiaf-. lt" 4 551-fg:'5ua..,5 j v.i'.-ij' " i ff-'P .fi elif -' 5-I 2 P fav- i 1, -,-1 - ,T , - 1 I - 'X 'x RICHARD DeMOTT SELLECK 650 Grove St., Newton Lower Falls Rick I W'ill to NHS: A '41 Ford Coupe. Claim to Fame: Mistaking the girls' gym for the boys' gym. Adams: Il: Wfarreng College. Band Exchange 1: Football 1: Indoor Track 3: Outdoor Track 2, 3: Concert Band I, 2, 3: March- ing Band 1: Orchestra I. ALAN FRANK SHADOFF 123 Washington Ave., West Newton Al Fondest Memory of NHS: You wouldn't print it if I told you. Advice to Sophomores: Don't. Riley: II: Day: College. Art Club 1, 2, 3. SANDRA EILEEN SHANE 80 Waltham St., West Newton Sandi Chief Failing: Learning to drive a motor scooter with P. B. Pet Quotation: "Say, fellas . . Bacon: I: Day: College. Newtonite 1: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: House Council 33 Vespers 1, 2: Drama Club 3: French Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Student Office Secre- tary 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1: Girls' Chorus 2: Class Committee 2: Art Festival I. AARON H. SHAPIRO 32 Crosby Rd., Chestnut Hill Fondest Memory of NHS: Sum- mer vacation. I Prophesy That: In 10 years Building One will be condemned. Beals: I: Lewenberg, Boston: College. Newtonite: Stage Crew. ALAN JAMES SHAPIRO 38 Burr Rd., Newton Centre Al Fondest Memory of NHS: Last year's Prom and a few other all night scenes. Pet Quotation: O. E. M. E. S. Palmer: I: Weeks: College. Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 1: Motion Picture Squad 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Aviation Club 3: English Club 1: Rifle Club 1, 3. DAVID STEWART SHAPIRO 164 Pearl St., Newton Corner Dave Fondest Memory of NHS: Maken the party scenes, in the Pig Buick. Pet Peeve: Making us park 2 miles from NHS. Riley: II: Bigelow: College. Art Club. On his last legs ..... ,,,, . , ft - Us 1 - - K 4. 42, +1 Y 5 A ' -,gs ,Wt ff: ' A , fin sag "" 5 3 I A , ' f .J . V: . ,J .,- 1 - N . .ff ag. 'vs . 1 6 4f,,,.M. . ,133 awe. 'f 'Q 'I' 'mf' . infra. dv W- Yw iv rw- ,, I ' ww ' 3 It ff! fe. .. - ' ,Sr .. Ji... 4. l . f ,A f Q - va-'y:,., A' uw- ' . 45 W., 1 ar' '...- twigs AF Jia- rea. '!H's.f"g, 1 F' 'S I 1' ' "Wm" ' ffl - 'QJFRA Ni 7 " , ' "ff Q V vi H, fi' f ., . ffm, ELAYNE PHYLIS SHAPIRO 23 Lombard St., Newton Mush: Mouse: Hey, Shapiro! Fondest Memory of NHS: The birth of the grave party: the R.B.s.: the laughs. I Prophesy That: Someday some- one will find a restaurant that sells grinch soup. Beals: I: Bigelow: College. Legsilature 1: Civics Committee 1: Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 33 Newtonite 1, 3: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 3: Drama Festival 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Ushers 2: Science Fair 1: Tennis 35 Archery 2, 3: Cavalry Club 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 1, President 2, 3: Music Club 2: Outing Club 1: Class Secretary 2: Class Committee 1, 2, 3: American Field Service Committee 2: Mixed Chorus 1: Student Office Secretary 2, 3. MICHAEL SHAPIRO 17 Stearns St. Mike Pet Quotation: Let's knuckle down and get to work. Fondest Memory of NHS: The year Brookline High was beaten at football. Palmer: III: Weeks: Service. MARY ANN VERONICA SHARKUS 22 Clearwater Rd., Newton Lower Falls Fondest Memory of NHS: The football games, bus rides home, and having lots of fun and laughs with the many friends made at NHS. Advice to Sophomores: Don't get discouraged if you can't find the tunnel from Building One to Building Two, no one has yet. Barry: Warren: II: College. Civics Committee 1: Rally Com- mittee 2: Leader Corps 2, 35 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Cau- duceans 1, 2: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Biology Club 1. WILLIAM KEVIN SHAUGHNESSY 715 Watertown St., Newtonville Kevin Fondest Memory of NHS: Gym. Pet Peeve: "Women." Adams: I: II: Day: College. i 1 l P l l 1 u l I I .. . ,.,.,.,,.,,y ..,, ... Then westward-b0.' 4? Ny? 'es i .isif .3 GAIL LOUISE SHAW IO Playstead Rd., Newton Cookie Fondest Memory of NHS: Run- ning down Tremont Street at 8:05 with Sandy. Chief Failing: I know the mo- tor's on, but when I turn the key nothing happens. Rileyg IV: T. A. Edisong Busi- nes. Rally Committee 53 Fencing 23 Outing Club 2, 53 Majorette 33 Lost and Found Committee 2. JOHN PAUL SHEA 924 Walnut St., Newton Highlands Duke the III I Will to NHS: All my re- turned math papers. Advice to Sophomores: Watch out for those swinging doors. NTHS3 3T3 Weeks: Service. MARY THERESA SHEEHAN 69 Washburn Ave., Auburndale Terry Fondest Memory of NHS: North-South get-togethers on Fri- day nights at Ho-jo's Chief Failing: Forgetting that silence is golden. Barry3 I3 Warreng College. National Honor Society 2, 31 Newtonian 33 Newtonite 2, 33 Senior Play 55 Spring Musical 1, 2, 33 Drama Festival 3: Centennial 13 Orchestra I3 House Council 5: Vespers 1, 2, 53 A. Cappella Choir 2, 53 Alpha Gamma Tau 33 Drama Club 33 Music Club 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA ANN SI-IEEHAN 30 Whittemore Rd., Newton Pat Fondest Memory of NHS: Feb- ruary 27, 1960. Claim to Fame: Being one of the "Undie gang." Bealsg I3 Bigelowg College. Legistlature 33 House Field Hockey 23 Volley Ball 53 Music Club 33 Outing Club 2, 53 House Traffic Squad 5. 40 M, .Z -1 -0 . f ra"-... 'IlIfl.N'IAw wIIllll'i .i'.:T..'I" I. I'l'., ' I If. 1-' , pq., r l'l:'I Hi Sfffl 'I wl ll li 'wl A 'N Ip! VA.. . ,., 1, w. - "'.'. ' . Inn .V Klffz. ,' Ilriuifl. :nw r: Yifziiafi I I'rI.gI j. Alai' l1u'.L' .1 .",.F -T " lsQ.1. 1 ii., 1 ... Ncv.ri.m'c 1.. I rmrrct I If:'r.1r:..'.. X Rifle f.Ii..lI I. 3 l'.rfQ I I.Iccr1f,rI f',rr'.r:""c-c C: .' ROBERT SIIFRNI.-KN N5 plumes St. Yves' f. lifffv Pct Qu-.r.it1t.n Fi rut' ,' Ilinticst Klum-rj. 2 NHS 'I Suomi times I ha.: '.1.i::lc I 1-.ss kc Adams: II Xfarrc-7: f Qc Oranue Shielg, Fl I 'Eau Outdoor Track Q. w Tgrer Committee. EYERETT HENRY SHINE If Stafford R.: . Nc"-1? ri I tif: lm- Fondest Mc-nm ry r NHS Blotlt study. I Pri-phcsy That Nc'-Xt ' r' will sw n have 1 '-rzztrtzi team. RIICYL I. Yibcrax I ..:L: Home Rtwm Kismet' Q. Nt tonite Q. 11 In.:..r Tr.a.x I. Q. French Club Q. 9. Klan. K 4 ,IOHX B.-KRTI.ET'I'F SHORTON Qt-S C'.iQitv:n:.a St. N.f1.:f'.f -It ftrtrt' F.-:uint Nlcztt 7 f N355 Y' 1.-r itat: linens: x '3 RIN in mar: k-i.E!lIT tv lfarttt x '-K , fYUUI .-me te.a.E1tr licals. II. U.: L.a.1f.s. I Q Sczcflgc l:.ilf I. lia-tfia.. 1. Q. llwti 1" I. Q. L. C.a:1:t7.a l...r CORIXNE LOl'l5lf SIDFN Q'1D.a:::tt ..:'t 55.5 -C ' K . L'Q.11::: 53: Ilsmts I Frat-31-3 Tia: w c strike ugll fur.: :En elexstsrs. Farsi. I. Hunter Cqlle College. LOUISE BETH SIGEL 63 Greylock Rd., Newtonville Pet Quotation: "Eek a freak!" Barry, I: Day, College. Rally Committee l, 2, 3: Vespers 3, Chorus 31 French Club l, 2, 31 Future Teachers Club 2, 3, Music Club l. 2, 3, Outing Club 2. SCOTT LIVINGSTON SILLIMAN 29 Brae Burn Rd., Auburndale Kris I Will to NHS: Giuseppi Pal- mieri and john Dalton. Pet Quotation: We'll see. Adams, I, Warren, College. Civics Committee 3, Home Room Manager 2, House Civics Committee 3, Newtonian 3, Sen- ior Play 3, Spring Musical 2, Drama Festival 2, Centennial 1, Vespers 1, 2, 33 Stage Crew 33 Basketball 1, Intramural Sports 1, Music Club 2, A. Cappella Choir 1, 2, 33 Madrigal Singers 2, 3, Northwest Chorus 2, 3,3 Sta- tion WNHS 2, Reflections 2. JOSEPH STEVEN SILVER 28 Commonwealth Park West, Newton Centre Joe I Prophesy That: Some day some year the students will stop walking on the grass. Pet Peeve: 500,000,000 steps a day. Adams, I, Weeks, College. Indoor Track 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Hunting and Fish- ing Club 3, Traffic Squad 2. KENNETH ALAN SILVERMAN 10 East Boulevard, Newton Centre Kenny, Sibbey Fondest Memory of NHS: My list of parties. I Prophesy That: NHS will never be the same without us. Riley, II, Cambridge Academy, College. Orange Book 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Gymnastic Team 39 Music Club 1. LAWRENCE DAVID SI LVERMAN 296 Ward St., Newton Centre Larry Pet Quotation: Are you some kind'a nut? Adivice to Sophomores: Don-'t come. Go South. Riley, I, Bigelow. Spring Musical 2, 3, Drama Festival 1, 2, 3, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Motion Picture Squad 1, Debating Club 1, Latin Club 1, 2. PAULINE L. SILVIO 2 Middle St., Newton Paula Chief Failing: I talk too much. Pet Quotation: Forget it, will you. Riley, IV, Day, Business. Tennis 1, Softball 2. I know tt trick worth two of that I 'V ALYCE MARGARET SIMMONS 22 Harrington St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: The i day I met Mr. Nelson in Newton- ville during lunch. Pet Peeve: School. I Riley, IV, Day, Business. Tennis 3, Archery 3, Cavalry ' Club 33 Outing Club 3. l I MARJORY JOAN SISKIN 47 Irving St., Newton Centre Margy I Will to NHS: What it gave me -- nothing. Advice to Sophomores: Flunk now, avoid the senior rush. Beals, I, Bigelow. College. Home Room Manager 1, Eng- ish Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Liter- ary Magazine. PHYLLIS MARCIA SKOLNICK 17 Ireland Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: My Drivers Ed. class, with Mr. Weist. I will to NHS: My gym suit, sneakers, and sweatshirt to the gym teachers and Mrs. Fitzgerald. Barry, IV, Bigelow, Business. BARBARA ANN SLOTNIK 300 Waverley Ave., Newton Barb, Alex Fondest Memory of NHS: Cap- sizing in "1290," the "M 8: M's", listening to Chippy's problems, M. T.'s math book burning party, data sheet ashes. I Will to NHS: The O.B. to replace the walled-off. Beals, I, Bigelow, College. House Civics Committee 2, 3g Orange Shield 2, Newtonian 33 Newtonite l, Senior Play 3, Drama Festival 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, Basketball 2, French Club 2, 3, Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 33 Outing Club 2, Sailing Club 32 Treasurer 3g World His- tory Club 1, American Field Ser- vice 3, Reflections 3, House Ac- tivities Committee 3. 0 5' .i . Q. yi I A l I f I Ti . I Q Thrice is he armed SANDRA SMALL 20 Phillips La., Newtonville Sandy Claim to Fame: Best note-pass- et in E-Block study. I Will to NHS: My wrinkled gym suit. Palmer: I: Kennett H. S., Con- way, N. H.: College. Civics Committee 3: Home Room Manager 3: House Civics Committee 33 Drama Festival 1: Dance Committee lg Softball lg Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Alpha Gamma Tau 33 Drama Club l: Outing Club 1: Chemistry Club 3: Student Office Secretary 2. BEVERLY VAUGHAN SMITH 26 Sewall St., West Newton Bev, Beaver, Bouncing Bev, Bevis Fondest memory of NHS: My junior year: Cheering: Being one of the "B's:" The great times with Casper K. and joanis: The "War Babies:" The "Enchanted Forest" weekend. I Will to NHS: The many "problems" and a drenched uni- form from the Cranston game. Barry: Ig Warren: College. Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonite 3: A Cappella Choir l, 2, 33 Drama Festival l, 2: Rally Com- mittee 2: Cheer Leaders 3: House Council 2: Vespers l, 2, 3: Drama 1, 2, 3: Senior Class Secretary 5: House Dance and Assembly Com- mittee 2: Central Civics Commit- tee 2. JEANNETTE SHEPHERD SMITH 37 Pleasant St., West Newton I Will to NHS: Five last period studies to all seniors. Pet Peeveg Having my name misspelled. Barry: I: Day: College. Orange Shield 3: Newtonite lg Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2: Tennis 2, 33 Archery l, 2: Drama Club 2: Music Club 3: Outing Club 2, 3: American Field Serv- ice 2, 33 Student Office Secretary I, ?, 3. ROBERT MASTERS SMITH 31 Broadway, Watertown Smitty Fondest Memory of NHS: Hasn't arrived yet. Claim to Fame: 6' 5" NTHS: Watertown junior High: Navy. 0 'Q 1 2 SANDRA IiI.I.I'.N S.N'II'l Il I5 Richer 'lr-r, 7.31-'Lvuri DJIUIZI 'I x I I'on1Ic'sr Mtfriiorjr or .II I .ri ninrf -Iown 'Irt-in-im Sv .iv I-. 13 with frail Claim ro Iwiriie Ili-im' - or the "l,'nfli1:" j'i1Illf llc-als, ll, Ililwlov. foilf.-uf' Iloust' fiyit-. Cfiriiiiiifvff' Sc-mor I'l.iy 3, Rally' f'fIlIlIilI""' G, I'lt'IiI Ilotlfy .', Vollf-Q, Ilal. . llrama Clulf .', Iururc- 'lf-.iflif-f. Clrrl, 5, ,Nlusrt flul, H fl.V:ri, Club .L 5, Iloust' Irallii Squat Class Cornrmtrcc- 1 VUARRFN IIACIAR SN1I'IIl .Ml Clic-fry Sr., XX c-sr Ncwrori Stnitry, Ilau . , , . I will to NIIS1 Iaively s Ciiarr ., . J , and I'oIc' Vaulurua Iolc' Iionilest Memory ol NIIS Run' ning the Cross Country State .NIL-et in I953. Adams: II: NX'arrc-ng foilc-ec Home Room Manaucr l. flur- door 'liratl-Q 2, 5, KIYIIYIIIANIIL 'Iicarn S, Cross Country I, 3, u. WARREN JOSEPH SMITII Q5 Belmont St., Newton joe Fondest Memory of NIIS1 Study at 2200. I Will to NHS: All my I-.nelish books. Barry: I: Bigelowg College. PATRICIA DIANNE SPARKES 9 Peabody St., Newton Pat I W'ill to NHS: My little broth- er. Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning to go to school. Riley: IV: Bigelowg Business. JUDITH SANDRA SPECTOR lla XY'oodchestet Dr.. Chestnut Hill 'IULII Fondest Memory of NHS1 All the wonderful friends INC made: Tigerama: football games: all the fun we'ye had these last three years. I XY'ill to NHS: The "gang" at our bus stop. Riley: Il: Brookline High: Col- lege. Rally Committee l. Q1 ,lunior Red Cross Council l. Q. ig Leader Corps Q, 3: Dance Committee Q. Ushers 53 Tennis l. 31 Softball l, Newtonian 31 Newtonite Q Yolley Ball l: Outing lub l. Q. 31 Sailing Club Q. F: Class Com- mittee Q, 31 Student Office Set- retary I. 3: Ring Committee Q Lost and liound Q1 Bowling l. ,IOY LOCISF SPFRBER it liirlsstall Rd.. Xeutonyilie -loyous liondest Memory ot NHS. the many 09+ days I xxas on time lot SCIIOOI. .-Xdyice to Sopltomores. Qui: xxhile you're ahead. Adams: ll: Day: College Legislature lg Rally Committee ll Science Fair Committee lg Arch- ery l: Biology Club Q1 French Club Q.3: Future Teachers Club Q: International Club Q. .il Z ' s s"7 ga 'f O P fi in F ',' Q . 2 5 'Q Q AC' .3 ,AP ea' CAROLYN F. SPOONER 91 Cornell St., Newton Lower Falls Carol Fontlest Memory of NHS: The many laughs of the P. Gfs. I XY'ill to NHS: A tunnel run- ning from Building one to Build- ing two. Adams, ll, NY'.irren, Business. Orange Shield 2, Rally Com- mittee l, 2, 5, Dance Committee 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, 5. BETTE ISOBEL STADLEN 6 Fair Oaks Ave.. Newtonville Red, Bettina l XY'ill to NHS: All my old lecture notes. Pet Peeve: Leaving the sack at 6:-I5 every school morning. Barry, 1, Day, College. Theatrical Make ,Up, Tennis Z, Caduceans 3, Student Office Sec- retary 3. FRANCES PAULA STEFAN 21 Waverley Ave., Newton Fran, Francie, Franny, "Mulya" I Will to NHS: My "tres chic" monogrammed gym suit. Fondest Memory of NHS: That wonderful soggy, sloppy Cranston game. Palmer, II, Bigelow, College. Newtonite 2, Drama Festival 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Archery 1, Caduceans Club 2, 3, Latin Club 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3, Out- ing Club 1, 2, 3. CAROLE LINDA STEINBERG 11 Ellison Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: All the kids especially the "Fabulous Six." Pet Quotation: "I don't under- stand you." Adams, I, Weeks, College. Newtonian 3, Rally Committee 1, House Council 2, French Club 2, 3, Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 1, Music Club 3, Class Committee 1, Student Office Sec- retary 3. JON HARLAN STEINBERG 48 Marshall St., Newton Centre Jan Fondest Memory of NHS: Playing T. V. Hangman in Mr. Bowman's 13 Math class. Claim to Fame: Being called "the cynic" by Mrs. Lee with Mrs. Goldstein's approval. Adams, I, Weeks, College. Newtonian 2, 3, Spring Musi- cal 2, 35 Vespers 3, Indoor Track 2, Outdoor Track 2, Intramural Sports 1, 3, Cross Country 2, Music Club 3. PETER STANLEY STEPHAN 56 Allen Ave., Weban Pedro Pet Quotation: It's all off. NTHS, IT, II, Warren, College. Motion Picture Squad 2, 3, In- tramural Sports 1. Q5 C I I shall laugh myself to death Rye? ra. ,Q ' ,,f '- A 71 S, 3 ,Pio sf-I ,482 - ' -7 ,rf X' 4 "1 QZGQ5, ffl if.. .- -1 fy 4 Z: 4 Q-yay 1 . is , 4 3 Z -4.4" ROBERT STANLEY STEPHENS 135 Rowe St., Auburndale Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: Cafe- teria at lunch time. I Will to NHS: The sum of one million dollars and nofl00. Riley, IV, Warren, Business. Newtonite 2. MARY ELLEN STOFFLET 49 Charles St., Auburndale May Fondest Memory of NHS: The first year of the House Plan. Pet Peeve: Being called sopho- mores. Riley, II, Warren, College. ELLEN MARIE STOLTZE 159 Oakleigh Rd., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Writ- ing notes to Pat and Sandy in Hcmeroom 1450. Claim to Fame: Being one of the "Undie" gang. Beals, II, Bigelow, Business. Legislature 2, House Council 1, Basketball 33 Tennis 1, Field Hockey 1, Archery 1, Softball 1, Volley Ball 1, Music Club 1, Out- ing Club 3. MAXINE STONE 242 Homer St., Newton Centre Mackie, Max Fondest Memory of NHS: Gon- doliers, The two years before New- ton South opened. I Will to NHS:f Many more wonderful people, like the ones I worked with. Adams, II, Weeks, College. Civics Committee 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, 3, Music Board 1, 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 1, 2, 5, Vespers 1, 2, 33 Ushers l, 2, Madrigals 33 Music Club 1, 2, 3, Drama Club 1, 2, 3. ii I I l. I I I ,I ir 'I If I Ii If il II I I I ii I I 1 I I I I I :I I I I I I I PHILIP JAMES STONER 350 Auburndale Ave., Auburndale Shamus I Will to NHS: My old gym towel. Pet Peeve: Getting up at 7:00 o'clock on Mondays. Adamsg I, Ilg Warren: College. DAVID ELLIOTT STRALEY 60 Montvale Rd., Newton Centre Stud Fondest Memory of NHS: The good old days. Pet Peeve: Mr. Swan and his quotation, "Why were you late, Straley?" Bacong Ilg Weeksg College. Home Room Manager lg Rally Committee 1, 2g Stage Crew lg Mo- tion Picture Squad lg Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Biology Club 1, 29 French Club 1, 25 Chess Club 1, Zg House Dance Committee 2. BARBARA ELLEN SULLIVAN 44 Bourne St., Auburndale "Sul," Sam Fondest Memory of NHS: The many howls with the P. G.'s. Chief Failing: Ancient History. Home Room Manager lg Orange Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 33 Rally Committee 2, 33 Ushers 33 Tennis 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 13 Student Office Secretary. DONALD JOSEPH SULLIVAN 19 Schofield Dr., Newtonville Sully Pet Peeve: Having to fill out a Ngwtonian data sheet in one per- io . I Prophesy That: Mr. Packard will sell his mink farm before he retires. Bealsg Ig Our Lady'sg College. Orange Shield 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2, 35 House Traffic Squad 33 Bowling 1, 2, 3g Chess Club 3. ewes: - ,. ,.,. , W '3' 'V A if -cr 1: f I '-4-1 ll q ' 9 . 1 rf 1 W ,Q is . .- Assume u virtue, you have it uot Q .pa-J i Z l 'fffil l'Al.'l, l:lJXX'AlilJ Sl 'l.l.lN'A 'N 3l1l1f',.aI'J..::. x' in . ' ' 1. l' .:. ilu' ,'sl"::.- . f ri. Ii.-J., f,.1.r:. larzn- l .Ara .1 li":i'. l lJ:'. I ...", 'l7.i:.,'fg Frm- ' l Iil.'filiNlf SEARS Sl'MN1l:RS l l 'S Centre St , Nc-vm .:. f erik-: cllfw, l Vfill to NHS Faztli Claim to lame. Being a at r Plus. Baton l, Vfeeiis, f.f.iQe.'v: Newtoniari 5, Stieripe la.: ' r loorlmall l, -, lritrarrrrai Ng l, ig Camera f.lt.h l. JAYNE NOEL SCTCLIFFE 23 Buswell Parlz, Nev-'ton .laynie Fondesr Memory if NH: Sep- tember 25. 1959: Memorial Daft XX'eelc-End: The kids. Pet quotation: "X'i'e'il dist ss i later." Mr. Hinltle. Palmer: l: Biizeloxrg College Legislature lg Home R-fum Man- ager 21 Theatrical Maize bp Q. Orange Shield 35 New-tonite I. 4. Tigerama Committee 2: Rallt Committee 3: Dante Committee I Girls Chorus 5: Mixed Chorus i ROBERT SCOTT SUTHERLAN D -40 XY'illiSton Rd.. Auburn .a t Goody Bob I XY'ill to NHS: My bit: ruadster. if l finish it. l Prophesy That: Someday there will be smoking rooms. NTHS1 lllTg Warren: Business Home Room Manager lg Orange Shield 1: Intramural Sports lg Cap- tain. Administrative Aids 2. 5. ALAN PAL'I. SNYANSON 'I Charlemont St.. Neuron Highlands Al. Svrannie liondest Memory tar NHS. Mr Bensonis room ISD. Claim to Fame Treasutr v A..-X. NTHS: lT: College. Administrative Aid l. lg Treas uret 5. JOHN EDXYARD SXVANSON FQ' Linwood Ave.. Newtcnville jack Fondest Memory of NHS. Triv- ing to get out or gym. l Yi ill to Nl-lb, A new parsing lot. Riley: IX: Day: Service. Science Fair l. 2. 5: Intramural . , , Sports -. I. BARBARA JEAN SXVANTON Z' George St., Newton Barbie Fondest Memory of NHS: Ci months in New Zealand on A.F.S. I XY'ill to NHS: 6:30 A. M. Marching Band rehearsals. Palmer: lg Bigelow: College. Leader Corps l, 2, 3: Interna- tional Club I, 2, 5: Music Club 1, 1, 3: A.F.S. Representative to New Zealand 2: A.F.S. l, 2, 33 Marching Band I, 2, 3. MARJORIE SWARTZ ll-I Albemarle Rd., Newtonville Margie Pet Quotation: l'm sorry, Wally. I NX'ill to NHS: The personality of Pat Marrazzo. Riley: IV: Day: Business. Orange Shield 3: Rally Com- mittee Z, 3. LINDA GAIL SWERLING l8"4 Washington St., Auburndale I Prophesy That: The Tigers will win a Newton-Brookline game. Fondest Memory of NHS: Four study periods every Tuesday morn- ing, senior year. Adams: II: Girls' Latin School: College. Future Teachers' Club 1, 2. FRANCIS LOUIS TABALDI 26 Melbourne Ave., Newtonville Duke I Prophesy That: By 1966 there will be a house plan in the trade school. I Will to NHS: The football field for a parking lot. Adams: IV: Day: Service. Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 33 Football 1, 35 Softball 1: Intra- mural Sports l, 2, 3: Music Club. CAROL ANNE TARSI ll Smith Ave., West Newton Tars Fondest Memory of NHS: The day I fell down a whole flight of stairs in Building Two with the other kids yelling, "Stop pushing." I Will to NHS: My brother Bobby. Riley: IV: Warren: Business. Basketball I: Tennis 1: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Archery 2: Softball I: LaCrosse 1. MARSHALL STEVEN TATE 46 Homer St., Newton Centre Marshall Chief Failing: No more twinkies and cupcakes in the cafeteria. Pet Quotation: "Any parties?" Adams: II: Weeks: College. Gymnastic Team 2, 3. All the perfumes 0 Arabian wzll not S1U66l67Z this little lmml J A - ' MILTON JOSEPH TATELMAN 85 Woodchester Drive, Chestnut Hill Milt, Mr. Gossip, Uncle Milty Pet Quotation: And remember -of all the candidates seated on this bench this morning, I, Milton Tatelman, am the only one who gives you green stamps! Riley: I: Bigelow: College. House Civics Committee 2: Newtonian: Editor of Ideas 3: Newtonite 2: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 1, 2, 3: House Council 3: Ushers 35 Drama Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 1, 2, 3: Literary Magazine 1: Mixed Chorus 1: Treasurer, Drama Club 2: Ameri- can Field Service 3: Associates Council 3: Vice President of Riley House 3. BRUCE TAYLOR 109 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Goosie Fondest Memory of NHS: Be- ing stung by bees in '59. Claim to Fame: Getting lost at Belmont during X-Country meet. Riley: II: Day: Service. Intramural Sports 1: Cross Coun- try 2, 3: Library Club 1, 2, 3. JEAN W. TAYLOR 34 Brookside Ave., Newtonville Advice to Sophomores: Don't get upset if, after you buy tickets, you can't find the elevator. Fondest Memory of NHS: Com- ing down the fire escape from 1444. Barry: I: Day: College. Tigerama Committee 3: Senior Play 3: Girls' Athletic Board 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Vespers 2, 35 Leader Corps 3: Girl's Chorus 2, 3: Badminton 3: French Club 3: Future Teachers Club 3: Music Club 3: Orchesis 2, 3. JON CHESTER TAYLOR 1 Mt. Ida Ter., Newton Corner Jonnie Chief Failing: Getting to Mr. Martin's Ancient History class on time. Pet Quotation: If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Beals: II: Bigelow: College. -at X f A . ii IRIS JANE TAYMORE 322 Waverly Ave., Newton I Will to NHS: My gymsuit with an empire waistline. Pet Quotation: "Early to hed, Early to rise, Makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise." Palmer: lg Bigelow, College. Newtonian 23 Newtonite l, 2: Orange Book 2, 3: Rally Com- mittee l, 2, junior Red Cross Council 1, 2: Ushers 3: Archery 2: Caduceans lg Cavalry Club l, 23 Debating Club lg Drama Club l, 2, 33 Outing Club 2, 3: Foster Par- ent Council I, A.F.S. Committee 3. EDWARD ROBERT TEJEIRO 94 Mary Ellen Rd., Waban T. J. Fondest Memory of NHS: Breaking in my father's new tires on Elm Rd. Advice to Sophomores: Stay off what used to be the grass. Adams: llg Warren: College. Ushers lg Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: House Traffic Committee Chairman 3. ROBERT BOB TEMPESTA 732 Watertown St., Newtonville Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: Try- ing to get 80 credits. Chief Failing: To get to school on time. NTHSQ IIITQ Our Lady's School: Business. Home Room Manager 1, 2: Orange Shield lg Science Fair 1, 2g Administrative Aid 2, 3. wa- -'avg 1 ,N z V 'Q' The attempt amd not the deed con ozmds me KAREN ANN MARIE TESTA 57 Walnut St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: When the bees got loose in the outdoor assembly. I Will to NHS: My locker No. 2324. Rileyg IVg Day: Business. Tennis 33 Archery 33 Cavalry Club lg Home Economics Club 2, 3g LaCrosse 1, 23 Outing Club 3. 1 l BLAKE GRAYSON 'I'IiWKSlil,'RY ZXI Wfilifllullvl Iifl , Alzlmrriflale I'et I'eeve. ,IillL' 'h'.iH.-r fmiriv.iiri'. that don't have 'miter Arlzirrisg ll, l.zirk:i'f.'.inii.i 'lr.iiQf-tv School, ALBERT jOlIN THOMPSON 514 Adams St., Newton Al liondest Memory of NHS, Mr. Wells' classes. Chief Failing: linglish 3. Adams: llg Our I.ady's, Service. VAN PURDY THOMPSON '18 Clearwater Rd., Newton Lower Falls Fondest Memory of NHS: "We're building for next yearlu Adams: Ig Warren, College. Legislature lg House Civics Com- mittee 3g Orange Shield 2, 3: House Council 2, 3: Science Fair 3: Ice Hockey 1, 2, 33 Physics Club 3, Associates Council 5. 'WILLIAM KENNETH THOMPSON '10 Winthrop Rd., West Newton Bill, Willie I Will to NHS: Longer lunch periods with less kids. Adamsg Il: Warren: College. Intramural Sports 3: Hunting and Fishing Club 1: House Coun- cil 3. BRADFORD XVILLIAM THURSTON 151 Mount Vernon St., Newtonville Brad tYah, Yahl Fondest Memory of NHS: The four Beach Combers. Pet Quotation: "Mo-Mo. Chee Chee. Tai Chong." Adams: ll: Warren: College. Orange Shield I. 31 Band Ex- change l, Ig Intramural Sports lg Hunting and Fishing Club lg Music Club 1. 2, 5: Key Club 3: Concert Band I, lg Marching Band 2. 35 Dance Band 2. 31 Drum Maior 3. CATHERINE MARIE TOBIN Ci' Court St.. Newtonville Cathy Fondest Memory of NHS: 'The Thella's". Claim to Fame: XY'inning the motorcade. Beals: II: Our Ladvs: College. Civics Committee 2: Newtonian 5: Rally Committee 1. 2: Basket- ball Ig Chemistry Club I: Eng- lish Club 2: Home Economics Club 3: Traffic Squad 33 Century Club, F7 55, A v 6 'B ? ,.-..,:.,i T-. 'Q' J 5342- T J", 1 Q qv ,. . ,f x ,ir F 5, 53 at Af 'H' its' i Sl' .U 2 ,X A 7 4. i 1 "cad" 'TT -P' . 0 H., E21 Q- 41 -1 'ii iii l as A99 5 Y FRANCIS JOSEPH TOBIN 165 Jackson Rd., Newton Frank Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Bodm.tn's science class. I W'ill to NHS: My gym suit. Palmer: ll: Our I.ady's: College. GAIL ALICE TORRI 9 Crafts St., Newtonville I Will to NHS: Mr. Wells and his dictaphones. Advice to Sophomores: Watch out for those swinging doors. Riley: IV: Day: Business. Leader Corps 1. SAMUEL FRANCIS TOWER 30 Shaw St., West Newton Sam Fondest Memory of NHS: The umpire whose nose hung over his mouth. I Will to NHS: A can of paint remover to remove "Soock". Bacon: II: Warren: College. Legislature 1: Civics Committee 1, 2: Orange Shield 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: House Council 3: Stage Crew 3: Football 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 1: Sail- ing Club 2, 3. ROBERT MICHAEL TROY 8 Raymond Pl., West Newton I Will to NHS: A pair of tired old gym sneakers. I Prophesy That: In ten years the termites will have Building One. Bacon: II: I: Day: College. Legislature 1: Home Room Man- ager 1: Ushers 1. THOMAS NATHAN TSUTSUMI 74 Grove St., Auburndale Tom, Sooty Fondest Memory of NHS: The first Tigerama, 1960. I Will to NHS: 10 gallons of blood, sweat, and tears. Adams: I: Warren: College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Newtonian 2, 3: Ushers 2: Science Fair 1: Music Club 1: Orchestra 33 Concert Band 1, 2: Marching Band 1, 2: Traffic Squad 3. JEAN M. TURNBULL 50 Newtonville Ave., Newton I Will to NHS: That pair of field hockey shin guards I never wore. Pet Quotation: "Oh, fish!" Palmer: I: Bigelow: College. Newtonian 3: Newtonite l, 2: Girls' Athletic Board 2, chairman 3: Drama Festival 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Bad- minton 1, 2, 3: Softball 1, 2, 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. JAMES ANTHONY VACCARO 150 Islington Rd., Auburndale Jim, Jimmy, Vic, Sonny Boy, Tepee Kid, Little Joe, Little J. L. Claim to Fame: Five last period studies and a locker by the water fountain. I Will to NHS: A Tepee Room in the basement of Building One. Adams: II: Warren: College. Legislature 1: Orange Shield 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Hunting and Fishing Club l. PAM VANDERHOEK 15 Arundel Ter., Newton Blondee Fondest Memory of NHS: Skip- ping classes and going down to Newtonville and then getting caught the next morning. I Will to NHS: All my blue cards, white cards, and my million yellow slips. Adams: II: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 2, 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Volley Ball 1: Art Club 1, 2, 3: Home Economics 1, 2, 3. VIRGINIA MARIE VANNI 339 Waltham St., West Newton Y Ginny Fondest Memory of NHS: Hav- ing a good time with the P. Gfs. Pet Quotation: "Joe Popularity" Bacon: II: Day: College. Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 1: Newtonian 2: Tigerama 1: Rally Committee 1, 2: Ushers 1: Outing Club 1, 2: House Clean- up Committee. e X 1 F ..-qs-, 1 i l 4 '17 tx. Y A, 1. x. J R 1 - 1 ff ,ss -es: .. 1, it .Fifi f S 3, Ya ' x i 0! iS"L 'i Y A ssti 2 'E , Q H' Aw it anis? L 1 1 But soft! What light through yonder window hretths? RONALD J. VAUGHAN 34 Circuit Lane, Waltham Ron Chief Failing: My cooking classes. Advice to Sophomores: Smarten up. NTHS: IIIT: West Junior High: Service. 'Er 43 7 'gp ' I T s 1-I .,. 't V-f s. R A X Q-'K EN? Z? A L,4 is ii I ..as'v,. wk .I ISEVERLY ROSE VIiR'I'UCA .207 River St., West Newton Bev Iiotltlest Memory of Nlllii 'IIIIL' time the lights in the tunnels Iailc-tl to go on. Advice to Sophomore-sz Quit while you're aheatl. Rileyg IV3 Warreng llusiness. ARNOLD IIARVIIY VOGIEL lofi Waltham St., West Newton Arnie, A. V. Claim to Fame: Dropping thy accitlentl the hook juliur Cfucmr from the 4th floor of Building One, and just missing an Iinglish teacher. I Prophesy That: Mr. Martin will start his own revolution just to make history. Bealsg I, llg Dayg College. Badminton I, 23 Softball I, Zg Volley Ball I, 23 Intramural I, 2, 33 Gymnastic Team 2, 33 Soccer 1, 2. DONALD LEE VOGELSANG 559 Centre St., Newton Centre Don I Will to NHS: All my elevator tickets. Pet Quotation: I kid you not! Barryg II3 W. B. Rogers, Hyde Parkg College. Civics Committee 13 Home Room Manager 1, 23 Orange Shield 23 Newtonite 13 Tigerama Committee 13 Stage Crew 1, 23 Motion Picture Squad I3 Track, Indoor 23 Badminton I, 2, 33 Hunting and Fishing I3 Sailing Club 2. D-ara As shrewd as Socrates ELDON LAXVRENCE f.III1RYI. ANN XX'AI.I.I:Y ."l Ilnm.-.1-ll l'.rtl, '.'f4v.tf,t. I IIVYIQ I'ottfl1-'J .Nlernuty ul Hllw l'f'3. rt-sentitn' Nez-.t t .it AJ html- fir rhestr.i .intl tnf'f'vitt.' I1.tt.itg. lf.:j,f' I'c-r IJIIHIQHIHII lust one tin.: tune, :tn'l IIlIIIIl1"', l'I.l Awl' I'tiltnet, I, lily'-lov. f-,llewe National llonnt Soft'-ty J Sf-t tary 5, Newtntn.nt If-.trntf lint' 63 Sprtnii Mu-,rt.tl .', 3. f.I'Ii"'It!rl.1. I, Vespers I, J, '53 .Nltisif flul, I .l, 53 Ortltesrra !, 1, lnfirrutnent. lznscinlwle I, X, Anrienr lli'.ff,t', Clulm I3 l'N'orthe.ist IJISIIHI Ur thestrat Z, 5, l'IllSt.ite fltflrt-',rt.t Z, 53 f.hairtnan, fN'ev.'ton Niyht .it Pops Committee S. ANNE IIIiI.IfN WAI.I.S'I'ROM Sl Ilawthorne Ave., Aulturn-lale Iiontlest Memory ol NIIS, The high school before it was tlivitlefl I Will to NIISZ All my nitlfz- names! Aclamsg llg Warreng Colle-ge. 'Theatrical Make Up S3 Orange Shield .23 Rally C.ommittee I. Dance Committee I3 Ushers J, Sl Music Club Z, 33 Outing Club I, Cvirls' Chorus I, 2. CAROLYN ANN WARD 1913 Commonwealth Ave., Auburndale Carol Fondest Memory of NHS: The football games and many laughs with the "P. G.'s" Pet Peevez janices southern accent. Adamsg II3 Warreng College. Theatrical Make Up 51 New- tonian 33 Rally Committee I, 2, 33 Vespers 2, 33 Ushers lg Basket- ball 33 Tennis I3 Caduceans 3: Music Club I, 2, 33 Outing Club I, 33 Girls' Chorus 2, 3. SUSAN MALIREEN VUARMER lol Walnut St., Newtonville Sue Pet Peeve: Nervous teachers. Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Fishers sophomore English class. Bealsg I, II3 Dayg College. Rally Committee I. 13 House Legislature 31 House Commons Room Committee 2. AARON THEODORE XVASSERMAN AI' Cabot St., Newton ,I-C'LlcIY Iiondest Memory ot N H S' Marching Band practices .tr ' .Stl in the morningg chess team tourna- ments .tt other schools. Pet Reeve: Having to get up twhen I clot to go to M.trching Band practice. Oh. yes. then there s homework. Bealsl I: Bigelowi College. School Batttl Exchange I. Q. 5. Science lltir I. lg Intramural Sports I. Q. I1 Music Club Q. 1. Chess Club I. I. 33 Chess Team I. Q. 33 Concert Band I. Q. 1. Marching Band I. Q. 3. SIDNEY I. NYAX WADDELL Z9 Pond St. Natick Q I 3 XY'.tverly Ave.. Newton Professor Claim to Ilttne: A record ot il .. .. . d.':.d' " '.'. I g' . clock. neitirgaprhesy That: I will be back Bells: I. Bigelow: College. I ' . . . National Honor Society I. F. fmlrljljls' IT, Natick -lumor High' Science Fair 2. 3g Outdoor Track 1. Q' 2 Q14 fl ,,f A Q6 vg 'T S.. I 1 JAMES DAVID WEIN 5' Salisbury St., Newton -lim, Jimmie, Wine Fondest Memory of NHS: Brookline-Newton football game in my junior year. Pet Peeve: Going from l-lei-'I to SSS. Bacon: I: Bigelow: College. Home Room Manager lg Orange Shield 5: Basketball 1, 2, 53 Out- door Track S: Intramural Sports. Sports l, 2, 5. ARTHUR S. WEINER 12 Armdale Rd., Newton Centre Art, Artie Fondest Memory of NHS: Schedule changes. I Will to NHS: A student park- ing lot. Beals: Ig Day: College. Drama Festival 1, Junior Red Cross Council Ig Ushers 1, 23 Football Scoreboard 1. LARRY MARTIN WEINER ll Crosby Rd., Chestnut Hill Crusher I Will to NHS: D. Norcross. Fondest Memory of NHS: Talk- ing with a certain 5' blonde. Bacon, II: Weeks: College. House Council 2: Intramural Sports, Music Club. DEBORAH RUTH WEISS 85 Cabot St., Newton Debby, Deb Fondest Memory of NHS: The wonderful friends I've made - especially Lenny. Pet Peeve: All the stairs they force you to climb around here! Beals: Ig Ann Arbor High School, Michigan: College. Field Hockey 2: French Club 2: House Activities Committee. GRACE M. WELLOCK 22 Kingswood Rd., Auburndale Gay Chief Failing: Understanding how I ever got to be a senior. Advice to Sophomores: Cheer for Newton High. Adams: II: Warren: College. Theatrical Make Up 3: Rally Committee 25 Art Club 3: Music Club 2. HOWARD SAUL WENSLEY 283 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Howie Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Fisher's sophomore English class. I Will to NHS: A garage under Building One for parking. Beals: I, Day, College. Legislature 1: Newtonian 33 Newtonite 2, Senior Play 3g Base- ball Manager 1, 2g Science Fair l, 3: Sailing Club 2, 3. N0 word like pardon 'iii . 6:w..,.,.. . ii Y A V I NV..-.. . f , ., A 1 A f I li 0 X Q W W ss... . 7. . n 1 fig 1 4 , kit" 3,1 I L. 1' . ' i t Niiizgi .17 ' Q 3 5,25 X A j 5. ??42f?W 1231? T " WWW' I' I If ,gi , .xy .I km g C1 ,I A, 7 M. . ,I ' J' f , 122.3 , , IQ ffitfff ' , 6: W .X N .. Q ,H 'aff '.'... ? fsif. ' fy'f'r,::"'fC'fj,.: ' ftlab .., 5, V A CAROLE DIANE WENSTROM 26 Oakland St., Newton Smiley, Dawn Fondest Memory of NHS: Black '47 Lincoln. I Will to NHS: My ex-boy friends. Riley: IV, Bigelow, Service. Newtonite. WARREN G. WENTWORTH JR. 125 Marshall St., Watertown Wenty Claim to Fame: Secretary of A. A. I Prophesy That: The tunnel lights will go out more often. NTHSQ HIT: Service. Ice Hockey 3, Administrative Aid 1, 2: Secretary 3. LINDA JANE WERNER 2 Noble St., West Newton L. J. Fondest Memory of NHS: South High football games. I Will to NHS: Two history classes on the fourth floor of Build- ing One: the last period studies I never had in my senior year. Adams, Ig Warren: College. Newtonian Representative 1, 2, Newtonite 25 Class Committee 1, 2, 33 Rally Committee 1, 23 Dance Committee, Junior Prom 2: Senior Plal' 35 Drama Club 1. MICHAEL ANTHONY WEST 22 Court St., Newtonville Mike, Westy Fondest Memory of NHS: Foot- ball, senior year, all the great kids. I Prophesy That: Newton High will beat Newton South High in football. Beals: II: Day: College. Orange Shield 2, 55 Dance Com- mittee 2g Football 1, 2, 35 Outdoor Track 2, 35 Indoor Track 3. I Splitting the air with noise feb" ,J 1 C, 'Qs ' W IQ' LYNDA LEE WHEELER ll Riverside St., Auburndale Lyn Fondest Memory of NHS: The day the truant officer was sent to my house and I was in the nurse's office. I Will to NHS: My place in the nurse's file. Adams: II: Warren: Nursing. Leader Corps 1: Basketball l: Softball l. SALLY MAE WHELAN 200 Derby St., West Newton Peanut Fondest Memory of NHS: The many laughs with the P.G.'s: Charlie. I Will to NHS: My many B- Block lunches with Barbara Sulli- van. Riley: Day: College. Civics Committee 2, Orange Shield Z, 3: Rally Committee 2, 33 Leader Corps 3: Ushers 2: Outing Club 2, 3. ELINOR FRANCES WHITE 9 Parmenter Ter., West Newton Elly I Will to NHS: Eight other Whites. Fondest Memory of NHS: Psy- chology in my junior year. Bacon: I: Day: College. Orange Shield: Rally Commit- tee: Music Club: House Assembly Committee. JANE WHITE 6 Central Close, Auburndale Fondest Memory of NHS: "the Thellas" Claim to Fame: Xvinning the 1960 motorcade. Adams: I: Wfarren: College. Home Room Manager 31 New- tonian 5: Newtonite 2, 5: Senior Play 5: Drama Festival 5: Rally Committee 1: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Orange Shield 2. 5. 2 'B -0 T A' sn' Q-I J ...AP 1 U IKIVIIAIQIJIUl1l1'Hlalil'Il 5,,.. Qi II"f' .'.' Iii' ' '.S li' .' Ir. I c,. . if I I i.,.,,. 1 r I f I lii-f f ISRIAN GIWJIHII YL If KNOX - a ,. , I YI-. . . .l I"f XLT." I'L'I ,'1' in .11 'ing I A tiff, l " .'. f U7.if,.'fg ' Iii' I ririvfrfa . S 1- lar rziara. 3 6' lii"f Q I.1if:f'- I,,' LAXX'RENf.Ii IA!! Ili XY! IK I-.R if Pc-rift 'L' N' 7 Lair. Per Q., :aw :. I' N . Pct Pc-c'-cr 'I".'. 5:1 vc iw tif Sfalfs Bac-fn. I. Iizgtii an K ..: House fruit- I :T.?i.tT:: Orange lit, L. - Ser.: 7 inf. Drama Iiesrixai Q. N. 1:14 f...i 9. Frifrtl:-.iii xI.EfI.:QL'f f. - V-I T IIINIHU. fail' i, fic-ss - ALLAN ROBERT XYILLIS ISS Central Nr. .A..iI'..ffi ia.: Pct Qui tatii n Tint: here than met-ts thc- ti.: Ijct Pcekc .itfartis ll! Q squad. A.ian'is: I. Yifirren. C I.: lntl-irir Tratk. lntr.ir:'..r.Q Al 'f L. , DAVID MARK XYIXFR Si I-Xt-12:1 R.: . XYfai:.r' Dam ' Il-n.:t'st Nltrii 7 X25 Q Clic-:ni rx lil QV . -45 Atiartts. l. XY.ar:t:'.. K .Let Chess Q45 1, Q. if 'L ' bpcrts '. Q. Swfitt lax: Xl. K ABIGAIL PRI"5C'OTT XYINIQLFY I Scrpbigf EX . - GQ. ., Tfig Whiz Fsmiest Xltzi' .: Ti 1 :Lana ,masts -.X Ft FGA. T' A 5 Ii.gsi':.f1ci. Tet Q.3p:.a:: . Chai- lnsubztably . Bacon: Il: Warren. Ccllege. Orange Shield 1. Tzgera. ommittee 5: Lsne , Q i .fwjijg X - f I Dx 1 f C rt! 3 -. x -,- -Ev 123 I .C it 1 M! t s at .M ,L 5 '5 'D 41, 1 ALAN HAROLD XVITTEN I5 Burrage Rd., Newton Centre Al Fondest Memory of NHS: Alter school meetings on the corner of Building lll. l 'Will to NHS: A bucket to bail out the tunnels. Bacon: ll: Bigelow: College. FRANCES WITTY 52 Mignon Rd., West Newton Fran Fondest Memory of NHS: New- tonite: Mr. Robinson's U.S. His- tory class: Meeting people at com- mittees and clubs. Chief Failing: Volunteering. Bacon: I: Weeks: College. National Honor Society 2, 33 School Exchange 2: Newtonite 2, Assignment Editor 33 Centennial, l: House Council Z, President 33 International Club 2: Drama Club more Class Dance Chairman 1: 1: Student Office Secretary 1, 2, J: PTSA Representative 3: Sopho- Elections Committee Chairman 3: House Social Committee 2. CARLO THOMAS WOLFF 58 Lombard St., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: An- cient History in 1490 in my junior year. Claim to Fame: Publication of a piece of writing in Reflections, 1960. Palmer: I: University School, Columbus, Ohio: College Drama Festival 2: Music Club 2, 3. BARRY LEE WOLK 17 Cedar St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore study hall with "Pete." Pet Quotation: "You're up here to learn, youngsters."-J. C. Hall. Bacon: I: Bigelow: College. Basketball 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. RICHARD JOHN WOLOSKI 24 Bridge St., Nonantum Dick Pet Quotation: Get Serious, Will Ya. Fondest Memory of NHS: First day as a sophomore. Riley: II: Day: Business. DANIEL FREDERICK WOOD 29 Calvin Rd., Newtonville Danny, Woody Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: A lot'a likes, a lot'a laughs, a lot'a luck, and too little learning. Bacon: I: Day: College. Home Room Manager 2: New- tonian 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Tiger- ama Committee 3: Social Board 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Science Fair 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: English Club 33 Class Committee 3: PTSA Representative 2, 3. r, I 4 1 Z I was Q -fi 435 .WZ CYNTHIA ANN WOODLAND ll Morrill St., West Newton Cinny, Cindi, Cin Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Harris' B-Block English: Walking through the Trade School with Sandi. I Prophesy That: Next year's Trade School boys won't be as good as this year's. Bacon: II: Day: College. Orange Shield 1, 2: Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Archery 1, 2: Bad- minton 2: Cavalry Club 1, 2: Out- ing Club, I, 2, 3: Sailing Club 3. ROSEMARY WOODLE 4 janet Rd., Newton Centre Roadi I Will to NHS: One over-sized freckle. Fondest Memory of NHS: The good times in Mr. Harrer's English II-2 class. Bacon: II: Weeks: College. Archery 2, 3: Badminton 3: Ca- duceans Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 2. 3. JANET ELAINE WOODLOCK 70 Eddy St., West Newton jan, "Little Woody" Fondest Memory of NHS: "The Spanish Cows". I Will to NHS: Elevators: All my U.S. History notes. Bacon: I: Day: College. Newtonite 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 1: Senior Play Committee 3: Drama Festival Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: House Council 3: Ushers 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2: Drama Club 1: Future Teachers Club 2, 3: Music Club 1, 33 Outing Club 2: Student Office Secretary 1. DONALD NORMAN WOODRUFF 495 Watertown St., Newtonville Don, Woody Claim to Fame: Winning F Stock trophy at Sanford, Maine. I Prophesy That: The Building one to three tunnel will be a drag strip for motor scooters. Bacon: I: Day: College. How shall I murder him, Iago? oar? I - I IR J. g ' I 1 I Q V - XID ' I 7 W", I Cams t thou not minister to a diseased? KENNETH CHARLES WOODWARD 29 Prospect St., Watertown Woodie I Will to NHS: All the nuts and bolts left out of cars in the auto shop. Claim to Fame: Always laugh- mg. NTHSQ lIlTg Needham High, College. Administrative Aid 1, 2, 3. ELLEN C. WRIGHT 57 Cherry St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Senior Prom in my junior year with D.M.g Class of 1960: The motorcade of 1959. Claim to Fame: My tree on Freeman Street. Adams, I: North Junior High, Waltham, College. House Civics Committee 3: Newtonian 2, 3: Senior Play 5: Drama Festival 1, 2, 5: Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 33 House Council 3, Ushers 1, Tigerama Committee 2, Drama Club 1, 2, 33 French Club 3, English Club 1: Future Teachers Club 53 Music Club 1, Z: Outing Club 1, Z. FRANCES ELLEN YOFFE 29 Lansing Rd., West Newton Fran Fondest Memory of NHS: Those wonderful IPD I-o-n-g Newtonite make-up nights and all the people I've met by working on the paper. I Will to NHS: My piles of U.S. History notes. Bacon, Ig Warren: College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Legislature lg Civics Board 3, Publications Board 3: House Civics Committee 2, Chairman 3, New- tonite 1, 2, Editor-in-Chief 3: Spring Musical 1, 2, Rally Com- mittee lg Vespers I, 2, 33 Leader Corps 2, 35 Drama Club 2: French Club 2, 33 International Club 2, 53 Latin Club 1, 2: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 5. Pr ,, 'Q l, 1- .JI .L mind T---.fe3':,:?- -5541 l 3 Q X 'tiff I .I 1 221 SALLY ANN YIIIINII f,.N1orI..v I'if 1l'Q',iI,.iri lurrflr-'J .'vlf'rr.',rj. mf '.Il'w rlrf- v.f.rr'li'rI .I if-ora' IVCIII rf, 't-.llt li!!! .'.', r .ill l'Il'l'flIlr1' .iiIllr.rlJI"f. ll.11'1Ii, Vii.lrr"r1, Inf", Ilorrre IIf.1,rrr .Kvl.1I1.1."'f IIr.irii'e Slrrelil 3, Sufiai IS' .iff Iiirl-,' Arlrlr-ri' ISo.irit .', , IM... I,f,rnrrirHr,-t- I, .', I.:-.1-ter Img.. Q 5, IISIICIH 3, l5.i',I.f:1I..iIl .' I!.Y:t mural Sports .', I, Arr III lJeI:.tHI1l'I Ilrli u,fNlri'.1f Iinl, ., Ilutrni' I.lnIi 1, Iorrrerr II.in'i I, 7 Mtrrrlirrrif I5.miI I J, I"I'N'K .', S, Iieneral I Iiarrrnari, II.iIlf,-are-ri Dame S. IQIJNS'I'ANI,Ii MAF YI 'IJIN ol Ylutlith IMI., Nei.-.ton I entre I.onnie Iiornlesr Merrmry of NIIS 'Ma tootliusu .intl Iota I'Iu. Atlvite to Sopliornores. In 1.1 I .ill the atlvite that youire unveil liatong II, XXI-elm, Inilleue Home Room Marnauer I , Orange Slriel-I ig Rally I ornrnrrree Z1 llouse IXALIIIIII 5, Iirentli IIt.If I, 3, S, Iiuture 'leathers I lull N ROI5IfR'I' MARSIIALI- ZAKIJN ll Barnstable Rtl., NX'est Nei.-.ton Ijolvlvy, llolw, falg Ifontlest Memory of NIIS: Meer' ing her on the Iaoulevartl. I,Iaim to Iitime: Iletly. Adams: Ig Wfarreng I.oIleue. Newtonian ig Science lint I Intramural Sports I, J, S1 Inulish Club 53 Radio I,Iuh I, il Sparmisli Iilub I, ig IQI.iss I,ommittee Q. LUCILLE MARY ZANCO 1 1 I P-, Q! 5 11" 7 1'- -In Rose Drive. NX'est Neuron Lou Fondest Memory or NHS: All of my sophomore year. I to lUIlKL'I'. No. Q 1 'S ii Riley: IV: XY".1rren: Business. MARJORIE NANCY YORK IDI Cabot St., Newton l XY'ilI to NHS1 My ability to gtff through the tunnels on stormx days. Pet Pc-eve: Going tloxx n tht- tire escape trom the thrrtl tloot Atl.ims1 I. Bigelow College Baslcetlxtll IL Senior I'i.ix' Iioncert Bantl I. 5 iff I I r' S.-XRAII JANE BAFR to lxefgteen .-Me, Auburntl.ilc' thier lfuling. l..1.'inc-ss. Vet Quomtiong "l.et's go?" lit-.ils. ll. Montgoincry lligh: L vllrxic. lennis l, lieltl llotkcy ll littl- niinton l. Yi-llcy liill lg lntr.1- ni tml Sports I, Q: Outing Cluh l. XYILLIAM T. BERCURY llo Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill Bill Pet Quotation: "XYorry is at xxaste of energy .ind ii lack of faith in God." Advice to Sophomores: Get out while the getting is good. Beals: ll: Boston: College. Aviation Club l. FREDERIC WARREN BLANKINSHIP " Court St., Newtonville Blanky Claim-to Fame: Second slowest scooter at school. Pet Peeve: The absence of esca- lators. NTHS: I-T: Day: College. Aviation I, 2. GERALD WARREN BOUDREAU 22 Heatherland Rd., Newton Highlands Boo I Will to NHS: My blue cards. Advice to Sophomores: DON'T SMOKE. Riley: III: Business. PETER JAMES CASAL 220 California St., Nonantum I Will to NHS: More wonder- ful teachers like Mr. Rossi. Riley: IV: Day: Service. ,IUDITH ANN CLARKE Zl Columbus Place, West Newton Judy Fondest Memory of NHS: june l9, I959. I Will to NHS: V's patio. Barry: II: Warren: Business. Civics Committee I: House Civics Committee I, 2: Tigerama Committee I, 2: Tennis I, 2: Field Hockey I, 2, 5: Archery 1, 2: Debating Club I, Z, 5. T .....4-- kg.. Good night, good night! Parting zs such sweet sorrow DANIEL JOSEPH COGAN 75 West Pine St., Auburndale Dorreen Claim to Fame: The fastest car in Newton. I Will to NHS: J.V. Palmer: II: Warren: College. Russian Club I, 2, 5: Discophy- les I, 2, 5: Badminton 1, 2, 53 Volley Ball 1, 2, 5. FRANCIS XAVIER CUTLER 65 Fisher St., Newton Highlands Pinkus I Will to NHS: My code book. Advice to Sophomores: Flunk now before the June rush. NTHS: IIIT-12: Weeks: Col- lege. Intramural Sports. PATRICIA ANNE FITZGERALD 50 Carleton St., Newton Fitzy Fondest Memory of NHS: Soph- omore math with Mr. Rossi. Pet Quotation: "Who ME?" Barry: IV: Bigelow: Business. JULIAN ROBERT GOODRICH 51 Warwick Rd., West Newton Goody Advice to Sophomores: Go to a country school: it's easier. Pet Peeve: Short lunch periods. Riley: I: St. MiChael's, Mont- pelier, Vermont: College. 222 RUSSELL ERNEST GRIFFIN 65 Bowen St., Newton Centre Russ Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior year at the library with S.F. I Will to NHS: My white cards. Bacon: II: Weeks: Business. Softball I: Volley Ball I: Intra- mural Sports 1: Tigerama Com- mittee. KEVIN M. HARTIGAN 85 Kirkstall Rd., Newtonville I Will to NHS: The key to the tunnel leading to Newtonville. Advice to Sophomores: Keep out of the Girls' Gym. Beals: II: Day: College. LaCrosse 2, 5: Outing Club 2, 5: Science Club 5: Russian Club 2, 5. HOWARD C. HOLLAND 55 North Gate Park, West Newton Dutch Claime to Fame: Going with L.P.. I Will to NHS: My name. Adams: IV: Bigelow: College. Workshop 2, 5. PAUL MICHAEL INGLESE 44 Faxon St., Newton "Engy" or English Fondest Memory of NHS: When the lights went out in the tunnel. I Will to NHS: My brother. NTHS: IT: Day: Service. JAMES WlI.I.lAM Klillili I I04 Chestnut St., Upper Iialls Iiondest Memory of NIIS: The clay all the lights went out in the tunnel. Pet Quotation: "The Gill." NTIISQ Meatlowbrooltg Service. Baseball I, 2, 'ag llasltetball I, 2, 5, Intramural Sports 5. KIINNIITII MICIIAEI. KRZISXVICK S0 Cummings Rtl., Newton Centre Ken I Will to NIIS: My half-a-ilay course. Pet Peeve: School. Barry: II, Weeks: College. Tigerama Committee I, 2: Drama Festival I: Softball Ig ln- tramural Sports I5 Art Club Ig Biology Club I. GEORGE JOSEPH LaPOINTE 59 Riverview Circle, Waylancl Pet Quotation: "The GiIl's coming." Advice to Sophomores: Don't try it. NTHS: IIITg Wayland Highg Business. MICHAEL ANTHONY LOPICCOLO 45 Morseland Ave., Newton Centre Whimpy Fondest Memory of NHS: X- Block coffee break. I Will to NHS: Newton South High. Adams: II, Weeks, Business. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 House Traffic Squad 5. I:IJWAIlIJ I". I,UI IC,IlI.IN l5l I'eatl St , Nt-wton I uint-t lc-lily I Will to NIIS,Mytlut-1-Iiiotli CIS. liontlesl lNIt'tiiuty ol NIIS 'Ilit tlay alter tlie "CII" senior ptoin Harry, II, lIi,t'eIov.', tolli-ve I5aseIi.tlI I, l5tislLetIi.iII '. I I'ootImall I' fmll ' 'G lnttitnnttl i r I I 1 - Sports I, ,', 1, DAVID AVIiRIi'I"I' LOW SH llalltttil, Newton fenter I,ow I Propliesy Thati Some enlight- enetl student will blow up the l.ll,M. I Will to NIISZ A I. Ib. ol disotlium tlietliylenetliaminetetra- acetate. Barry, I, Waltelieltl Ilighg Col- lege. COLIN IIARRI NGTON MacNEVIN III Omar Ter., Newtonville Mac liondest Memory to NHS: The cage in room 252. NTHSQ IIITQ Day: Service. Basketball I, 21 Administrative Aid I, 2. KEVIN MICHAEL QUINAN l29 Washington St., Newton Kev Fondest Memory of NHS: Leav- ing at the end of the school year. Pet Peeve: The swinging doors on each floor of the school. Palmerg Ig Keene High School, Keene, N.H.g College. In the posteifiors of this day Mali it eu--1, ' ' Q. U ursgkx: :K i . zu -:Nl .xml . EQ' wx-f 31-'surrey -.'w.'.fAvm--' R 'HQ . t ,, 'x..,,.f'Nrl.l'l tl-I :CHN -I ,S-so il. ...Eva Axflsfiigwiztqnl' ic A I .I OXZWWXD. .vm 1 via qu ., vgxk g5j.Q R Sq ' ' . . 3, ' s ta IINIJA ANNI NIJ .VXI l.I Y Ib- I '1 fi " fyggj Il., I -. K . o-..4 fa-' I f. XVIII :Mt iittxt is xttxiiit nt NI.itt.' . Inav f ffll' .:"' Yl.4t.l'. flue! l.ti.l:i.' .'-I 1" I'c-t l'ee'.1- 'I Le I fit" IIUII li XIIIS III 'I YL 4. lliuli. Setnite VICTOR IRANCIS NIlR."llSI'I'U il Syring St , YI. ye" Nlit. I XVIII tw NIIS 'Ii.e - I hue 41xetitote.itIicrs Advice In Sbph-tz. Yes I,c-.171 nov. or pay latet, NTIIS, Illflf Xlvcst Ir ll:4:. Service, Xxltfflxslliip Nefm F . QL Drama Itesflhtl .. -. Stage f :cu- l,1, Atltninistmtiwe Ag.: Q. Q PAl'L MARTIN MOR.-KN wIINCzlittitn1iSt X ' F- l prophesy That, Nu.-.T :. Il.,:: will ltrolc tgp tt Newt It ilictrzqg. Hi-'h. 'Per Quotatit-n. I .ixgzzt NTIISL IT, Day. 5CfXl.L GENEYIFYE FIAINI NIVRPIIY S'.tCil1.iries St.. Ginger. lintrtzw litultlest Nletnvrx' .Z NHS Xltc' ing tlte Rt-ck .tftcr -.lit y Atltitt- to S.-plat rt' -' s D 11: buy tickcts to get 1: s -ilu' Uxltixc xxili it your wax tltrwngir Barn. Il, XY .arfctx lisszfics filters 3. li. :tic li. r Club I. Ut1t:i:g'.'i..f Q SIIEILA Rl'TH RAT7l'iOl5lf 5? Cherry Sf . Wits: Nu-if xi S.i.f1ci1 l5ontIcst Nlcmvr-I .: YIIS Xi. senior year. einer lizilzrtg 143:11 I In-vs .tt the sam: tzzitc l4.acon1 ll. Dix. kisfc Music C115 L. Stix ' DOUGLAS NVOLCOTT REYNOLDS JR. Ci' Brooks Ave., Newtonville Doug Pet Quotation: "But we just got back from the .'.1.f! tire drill!" Fondest Memory of NHS: A chestnut-haired inspiration. Palmer: lg Kent State High School. Kent. Ohiog College. Home Room Manager 31 Orange Shield 35 Newtonian 33 Newtonite 2. JOEL ALBERT RUBIN 26 Elsworth Rd., Vlfest Newton I XXf'ill to NHS: All the pens and pencils I borrowed from the teachers. I Prophesy That: The Yankees will lose the pennant next year. Bacon: Ilg Dayg College. Softball. THEODORE LINUS SAUNDERS 186 Parmenter Rd., West Newton Ted I Will to NHS: My tools. Advice to Sophomores: Work harder. NTHSQ IIITQ Warreng Service. ROGER TRUE SCALES 24 Pembroke St., Newton Rog Claim to Fame: Always knew all the questions, but seldom the an- swers. Pet Peeve: Having no last pe- riod studies. Bealsg Ilg Bigelowg Service. JOHN T. TULLY 67 Wildwood Ave., Newtonville jay, Li'l Tusker Fondest Memory of NHS: Ad- ventures with Mr. Swan. I Will to NHS: My three years' accumulation of slips of all colors. Palmerg IIQ Dayg College. Ice Hockey 35 Intramural Base- ball I, 25 Football 2g Basketball 2. LESTER T. SHAPIRO 41 Cabot St., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: The ringing of the bell at 2:45. I Will to NHS: My parking space in the teachers' parking lot. Palmerg Ilg Bigelowg College. DAVID E. SLOTTA 6 Parkland Dr., Cochituate Dave I Will to NHS: All the days I MISSED. Pet Peeve: Detentions. NTHSQ Wayland Highg Business. Four members of the Class of 1960 were victims of omission or misnomer in their Newtonian. Since we believe in the peaceful coexistence of classes, we apologize and include their pictures below. -l M, CLASS OF 1960 JOSEPH A. BURKE NORMA HIBBARD RICHARD C. PIERCE LARRY RODENHEISER f 5 QL 1 a i A ws R, if . . kv. X I A 1 - A' : , 1 ' I .- x M r 4. -3 a ' . , A . If V . ,tl 1, ' . O, ,I I I 1 .- 'v 1 u X K at if 4 ' x ' 2 . N ' 1 lx I I. , . 4 Q Q Ag , X N .' T 9. 1 I . 1 1nagi Z M '1 , P.-L-31,0 f ,.i" fo my 150.-'..ifg."2g.l2?i"!.Z4r Y iz .ig K' -- if J,-4 ' 5' I 'L f,,.- M Q -?",4-A" V' M 8 - 1 , K . v 'f' Ah . V' Xi 5' "-..22f'??t':fi"' -L+. J' A-., , " ' I -j'l5N45'x'n Q f-IQ ' N. ' ' , , ,. , 3 1 rd? . -1 1 ,- l Q . .. X N I if 3 .I 'Y . , Q x -s Q R . k '-A Us K ' I- ' - Y- x - ' 1 riiff , . 5' ' 1 x x P ' 4 . 4 ,A if, X ,tj , 1, mi' Qs- 49 ,M X' 0 ,.. -Q . ha X 1 i , '. , , yk 9 1' J A , ,. , 1 VX". ,mi N.,f1 Q 0 1 Q t f 221' -Q ,- -4, .Q-P' -N g Bl ' 4' qv .szfwgf En- '-" , .. W Jygfq 'ily - r Illf"'Y . 0 ,, -4 -. ' , L',...h-.au-ll-1 Nylirll --"' W .mf 14 1 .jf L.. .',q.,-, W' If Q- , -' Q 4 1 1 13 o V T iff. ii 3 .Z- A, - H 'iff if 1" , .f af, MQ! , g, rs 7 I Q- ' - I A 2.61 A'-ya, X 'gb , . , vfs 1-, , I . ' ' I' I I -.-nullI'iI?' ' .I , tx Y ' .Ax Q. 1 4 1 K I -. xv' 1 'Y H 49 ' fa. gf ' ft Q I Q 6 , l l - A . . I 'fl 1 3 QQ ' 1:1 'Ubi I ' . . lx 5 s 1 N D v' Q X W ' '1 4 4 -N 1 X Z V ' 'fx N. vi n 4 1 Ll . 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' . . . , 1 . n . 3 J . , I ' v ' 0 4 - , 4 n n ' a ' 1 , a 1 p 1 ' u u s , o . . . 1 , ' If 4 . X mv- . . -..Q-' I .5 - m Q Q- u n o - 5 u I U I l i l Nezvfozz Hzgly School mio' the Class of 1961 solute the 1 Bzzsizzessmezz mm' F1'l'6ll6Z,S of the 1961 Newtonian Alter Rexall Drug Alvord Ph.ttm.1cy American Superior Shoe Service Co. American Thread Co. T. XV. Anderson Apollo Club of Newton Auburndale Co-Operative Bank Auburndale TV. Service, Inc. Auburndale Taxi, Inc. Auto Imports Bagel, The Barnes Engineering, Inc. Barnes and Jones, Inc. Beacon XX'ayside Shops, Inc. Bermar Teen Types Bobby and Hedy Bram's John T. Burns Co. Cellucci Construction Co. Chasson's Cleansers Chefs Restaurant Chestnut Hill Travel Circle Oil Co., Inc. Clapper Co. Clara's Custom Alterations Clay Chevrolet Cleveland Circle 'Auto School Thomas V. Cleveland Collegetown of Boston Columbia Meat Packing Co. Community Barber Shop W. Connell Co. Crowley's Office Supplies Cummins Wardrobe Service Curtis-Newton Co. Cycle Centre 245 247 254 240 248 245 250 251 256 248 259 251 212 254 255 254 246 255 256 251 251 251 251 246 255 256 250 241 248 251 242 255 240 259 254 245 Dave's Market Davidson Fan Co. J. B. Davis . Dell Restaurant and Cockta Dewire Brothers . Distinctive Hair Fashions Dubois Oil Co., Inc. . .. Eastman's Flowers . Roy S. Edwards Lumber Co. C. F. Eddy Co. .. Edge Of The Sea Motel . Thomas Fazio Laboratories Fisher Lawn Mower Service Fox Drug Store L . .. Garden City Oil Co. H Gibbs, Donald L., Mayor Gray's Market . . . Greenfields . . Arthur T. Gregorian . . . Grounds Equipment Halewood's Pharmacy il Lounge Hammonds Furniture of Chestnut Hill . . .. Hendricken Brothers . Hickox Secretarial School .. Highland Hardware . Highland Restaurant Home Specialties Co., Inc. Howard Johnsons-Route 128, Newton Lower Falls .. Howes Cleansers House of Aron, The . . Ken-Kaye Krafts Kennedy's . A Kenney Business Service . Eliot W. Keyes Pharmacy Kline's Shoes . .. Klozo Zipper Corp. 242 245 254 245 255 259 255 241 240 256 241 252 259 256 255 259 246 241 254 255 251 254 247 256 254 255 256 254 241 241 241 245 250 255 258 255 jack Lane's Clothing Lewis-Placements Stanley Lyons and Sons MacDonald's Barber Shop Madame Ruth Beauty Salon, Inc. Magni Funeral Home Mandell's .. Richard T. Marshall jewelers james Martin Upholstering Co. Leon H. Mayer-Realtor Mazzola Brothers Bakery Midnite Foods Minneapolis-Honeywell Monticello .. .. National Clothing, Inc. . .. New England Lawn Tennis Association New England Sales . . . New England Telephone and Telegraph Company News-Tribune, The . .. . Newton Auto Top Co., Inc. . Newton Centre Camera and Record Shop Newton Centre Esso Station . . Newton City Cab, Inc. Newton Corner Service Center . .. Newton Junior Chamber of Commerce Newton Police Department Newton Potters and Supply, Inc. Newtondale Pharmacy . . Newton's .lll Newtonville Electric Co., Inc. Newtonville Sunoco .. . .. . Norumbega Stamp and Coin Okemo Cake Kitchen T. O'Toole and Sons .. Paramount Theatre-Newton Corner Luther Paul Co. Joe Pessin's I-Iaberdashery Polagruto's Shoe Repairing Pulsifer School of Music Purdy Studio Queen Cleansers Ra1ph's . . 248 255 255 24l 256 233 251 233 248 243 233 247 247 243 254 235 253 244 240 242 241 239 239 245 246 253 234 246 239 239 253 235 238 249 250 248 255 247 256 252 75-Q 24 23 itiiyiiit- f,,. ti, Republic fo, 'llie . Rl ifit les Pliar riiz ity Mr. 1 irit l Mrs. Milton RfliJlIl5fl1 Al Rogan Sporting Cioods Williziiii P. Saleuii, liie Schiaparelli Hosiery Seely Brothers Wfilliam M. Selig Seltzers Garden City Robert Shaw Insurance Sherwin Vfilliams Co. Sid's Formal W'ear Sigma Kappa Psi Fraternity iNortl Silver Lake Radio and TV. South Pacific Star Market Co. lC.lSlL'l'lll Star Television-Beecher Hobbs, Inc. Eric Stevens Stowe-Xwoodward Swartz Hardware Suburban School of Secretaries Sweater Shop, The Tabulating Service Corp, Tony's Italian Villa Towne Restaurant Tux Shop, The Tyler Auto Service and Supplies Valles Steak House Vincents Barber Shop George A. Volpes Sporting Goods Wfaban Gift and Yarn Shop Xvaban Hardware XY'aban Market XY'al-Lex XY'alnut Delicatessen X'i'est Newton Auto Body Co. XY'est Newton Co-operative Bank Richard XY'hite Sons. lnc. XY'hittemore's Mobile Service XY'ill.1 Mae- STEPHEN HECHT, xl E A 3 3 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 7'67 97'67CQ7467l9'C9999946797'79?67'6N67979079?9? 979?90756W0 PURDY STUDIO NEW ENGLAND'S FOREMOST PHOTOGRAPHERS uk 367 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 10'N0'1'-0'v0Y0"-01'-0N01Q0'f2-0220ff0110N-?f'-0a20'0440N-02'-0f'-0N0201f-?10f6N0K0Y?10'16"'-0N0'1-0N0V'6 -lr O L PHOTO N H S C 1961 232 ' K7f10'R0v0X-01'-0'f 0N01f-05 0Y0"'07'0"401'-05'-0"0"'-0-'10 -101'-ffN?'-0N0"0 "-0'7'?f0"-0? 107'-0 -'0 ' '0 H-7 '0''0"-0"0f'0f0f'0-'0f0"0"0'6 X 9 S X DEWIRE BROTHERS C'0f71flIflHl'IIIX of AUTO BODY REPAIRS 224oc'oMMoNwEAi.TH AVENUE GARDEN CITY Auburndanle I.Ascll 7-1310 78 CRAFTS STREET CI0IHl7lIIIll'lII'S of Cnnipliniwilx uf Compliments of VALLE'S STEAK HOUSE 300 BOYLSTON STREET CHESTNUT HILL NEWTONVILLE SUNOCO - 875 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTONVILLE. MASSAC'HLjSETTS S THE ELIOT KEYES PHARMACY Pl't'.xc'ripliol1 Spc'c'iuli.xI,x ' Telephone: BI 4-279-1 Q 3-49 AUBURN STREET AUBURNDALE. MASSACHUSETTS NORUMBEGA STAMP 8. COIN SHOP Accurate Appraisals - Complete Coverage Anne 84 Jos. E. Landry AUBURNDALE SQUARE Tcl. LAselI 7-5554 CI.ARA'S CUSTOM ALTERATIONS ' 8 KNEELAND STREET BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS Telephone: DEcutur 8-7562 Cnnipliliivlilx of MAZZOLA BROTHERS BAKERY 230 ADAMS STREET NEWTON Currzplinicrzlx of MAGNI FUNERAL HOME KLOZO ZIPPER CORPORATION 75 KNEELAND STREET BOSTON, MASS.-XCHUSETTS Q Distributors of: Q F.-Xl.CON ZIPPITRS 9 HA 6-OISO-Sl-52 9 9 S 5 9 CUIIl17II'lHC'IIf.Y of 9 Rlcl-:Ann T. MARSHALL E 373 WASHINGTON STREET Q BOSTON. MASS.-XCHLSETTS E E Fine Watches and Jewelry 9 5 H.-Xncock 6-0071 S 5 6 l'C01G0'+'-0f'-02w0P'-7C0'N?20'f20N0v0N0't101f-.?1f0ff-0'0t'0N0N0'40N050f'0tf0110N0N0f'0N01f-0tf-0W40N0"-0'20X F Q AMERICAN SUPERIOR SHOE SERVICE CO. S .. .EXPERT SHOE REPAIR -123 LEXINGTON STREET s AUBURNDALE, MASS. WABAN HARDWARE 1641 BEACON ST., WABAN, MASS. HARDWARE-PAINTS-OILS Garden Supplies, Kitchenware, Household Sundries Tel. Blgelow 4-4566 Compliments of 5 CURTIS-NEWTON 5 COMPANY Tel. DE 2-6300 THE REPUBLIC CO., Inc. "THE BARN" Exporters of Fine Footwear 25 KEMPTON PLACE WEST NEWTON 65, MASS. TYLER Q AUTO SERVICE 81 SUPPLIES 116 TYLER STREET BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS George Moses, Prop. "Boston's Best Equipped Shop" E 5 5 S S S S E 9 6 S 5 6 S it 6 5 5 S S 5 6 5 5 S 5 5 A r0'1'01H0'10'Y ARTHUR T. GREGORIAN, Inc. 2284 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTON LOWER FALLS, MASS. 405' ORIENTAL RUGS A Gregorian rug is an heirloom tomorrow NEwroN Porrzns 8. 5 suPPi.Y, mc. Q Complete In-Stock Suppliers of Q Modeling and Ceramic Clays, Glazes, Tools, Electric Kilns and Potters Wheels 6 1021 BOYLSTON STREET Q NEWTON HIGHLANDS 61, MASS. DEcatur 2-8960 Compliments of S A FRIEND 6 Exclusive Formal Wear for Rental Continental 8: Ivy Sportswear For Sale at MR. sm's 5 44 Langley Road NEWTON CENTER LA 7-9339 S 5C0N0Y-01'-0's0Y0'f'012012024011-020120227k740N010"0N0120'f0N010N0'r03101f02s050140W2720'40140'10W6X T03 5 5 6 6 5 5 5 6 5 5 9 2 6 9 9 5 S 9 9 5 5 5 S 5 5 Y 5 5 9 5 6 S 6X JOHN T. BURNS CO. THOMAS M. DILLON, Manager Modern Insurancc for Home, Business and Individual NEWTONVILLE DEcatur 2- I 840 STANLEY LYONS 81 SONS 9 Q S 9 S S Ckmngratulations to thc Class of H161 BERMAR TEEN TYPES 7l UNION STREET' A NEWTON CENTRE. MASS. A 9 S 5 9 9 fdfllldlwelll' FOR THE PROM 'A' -105'-0'H0'05'016'2'-00 1005 BOYLSTON STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS, MASS. Diesel Fuel Injection Service Electric' Power - T001 Service Automotive - Aircraft - Marine Supplies 405 W. J. co. 405 Phone DE 2-3630 X95 -2-02 210 NEEDHAM STREET NEWTON UPPER FALLS CBoston 643, Mass. 2 5 5 QUCIITY' C ot Ing Distinctive Clothes For Men 639 V. F. W. PARKWAY HANCOCK VILLAGE FA 3-3778 Chestnut Hill 67. Mass. 5 9 9 S 5 9 S 9 9 9 S 6 5 5 5 S 5 5 6 Congratulations tothe Class of 1961! NEW ENGLAND LAWN TENNIS ASSOCIATION From the Office of the PI't'Sl'lit'l1f 9 5 5 9 2-1 WINNETASKA RO.-XD WABAN. MASS.-XCHLSETTS Q 5 9 4 ' ' - 9 5 Q S 'Tennis' - The Sport For ti Lifetinze 5 S 'S S 5 MADAME RUTH BEAUTY SALON, INC. 36 LANGLEY ROAD 5 NEWTON CENTRE, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of SWARTZ HARDWARE COMPANY Q O I Pulsifer School of Music DE 2-2300 Instruction Available to All Ages wk Instruction on All Instruments S f Musical Comedy and Drama Classes Q -k Baton Twirling G if Voice Instruction wk Ballroom Dancing -A' Tap, Toe, Ballet 1349 CENTRE STREET NEWTON CENTER, MASS. Q01-10" "Silent" Radio Dispatched AUBURNDALE TAXI SERVICE Inc. Serving the Newtons and Weston 9 T A X I 0 LA 7-5555 Compliments of FOX DRUG STORE Frederick Fox, Reg. Ph. Q 332-334 WATERTOWN -STREET -' NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS Phone: LAselI 7-2310 C. F. EDDY COMPANY HEATING OILS Serving the Newtons for 91 years DAY AND EVENING COURSES HICKOX Oldest in United States Full Secretarial and Special Short Courses Individual Progress Individual Attention . Pupils Start Any Time Graduate When Ready 367 BOYLSTON ST. at ARLINGTON ST. CO 7-5920 Compliments of CELLUCCI CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Compliments of CLAY CHEVROLET 431 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTON CORNER HOME SPECIALTIES COMPANY, INC. 335 WORCESTER TURNPIKE CRT. 95 NEWTON CENTRE 59, MASS. Tel. Blgelow 4-3900 JOHN M. WALKER, Pres. and Treas. I 5 5 5 it S S I 9 S S S S S S 9 S S S S S S S 5 5 S ti 1012022011-01' 04' 'GF' 01 201102 10K0'R01' '0"f-02 71105 I 5 S S 5 5 9 5 S S 5 9 S 9 9 S S S S I 5 S S 5 9 S S S S S S S 263 9 9 5 5 9 3 5 9 s 5 S S 5 5 5 S 5 S 6 5 5 5 it 5 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 9 S 5 Q S S Q Q Q Q Q Q 5 Q B Q 'Q e 5 Q Q 6 9 5 F 5 9 5 F 5 i 5 9 6 9 5 S 5 R in ff I av evo 0 ers you 5 4 5 Q 'el i Q "S fiilitgr , . -e Q 1-' - is! iillie, 1 ' z " Electronics . . . the fascinating field that creates Q 5 tomorrow's marvels . . . is today's fastest-growing . ,P major industry! That's why Raytheon, New Eng- Q A 1 fn, 1 - -.1 N n land's leading electronics company, always has Q ' 1-ff X M wonderful growth opportunities for bright young Q men and women at many of its plants. Before de- 6 ciding on a career, why not drop in at one of our employment offices and see how rewarding your 5 future can be. 5 1 Mr. George O'Brien at the Watertown employ- Q I Tgfl. ment ofiice, 37 Galen Street, has further infor- Q an ---i- mation. 5 S Q Excellence rn Electronlg S S Q Q ' RAYTI-leon coMPANv Q Andover ' Bedford - Brighton - Burlington - Lowell Q 5 Maynard - Needham - Newton - Newton Highlands S . North Dighton - Quincy - Waltham - Wayland R Paweatuck, Conn. ' Springdale, Conn. - Lewiston, Me. Hooksett, N. H. ' Manchester, N. H. ' Newport, R. I. Q 5 5 S S s S N 5 2 6 A 2 57 40'fv7'10f05C KLINE'S SHOES OF ROSUNDALE, INC. 10 Austin St. - Newtonville LAsell 7-2940 15 Corinth St. -- Roslindale Sq. FAirview 5-4080 Stan N ovick Little Yankee - American Jrs. Penobscot Trampeze - Red Cross Wall Streeters - Stetson Shoes DEcatur 2-0900 WEST NEWTON AUTO BODY CO. Free Estimates Foreign Cars a Specialty 1'-05 -f0"0Y0 Edward "Mike" Theriault Karl F. Jackson, Jr. 34 DUNSTAN STREET WEST NEWTON, MASS. Accident Work A utomobile Painting Since 1919 0-ke-mo For the Cake of the Party OKEMO CAKE KITCHEN Telephone LAsell 7-1862 841 BEACON STREET t NEWTON CENTRE 59, MASS. SOUTH PACIFIC Exotic Chinese Food A Gourmefs Delight ' ll52 BEACON STREET NEWTON, MASS. Phones: DEcatur 2-1147 LAsell 7-9611 DEcatur 2-4270 S'row:.w o wAnn,lnc. -f:a7gZf,a.n2.ee1z. Ln. Qtiief TELEPHONE I.ASELL7'3000 NEWTON UPPER FALLS 64 - MASS. GRIFFIN, GEORGIA Plants at . . . N EEN AH , WISCONSIN N EWTON , MASSACHUSETTS 5 5 5 5 9 S E 9 5 6 5 9 5 5 6 I 5 5 5 9 5 5 5 9 3 40"-01' f-05100 205 f0'ff.0vs0'1 201' 102'-02 7, x N0"0"?5-9'405C0599"09'55907k7407C9'6'440'90540N0N076'407C0'10N0'K0'75540'!0"40'40N054-9'C0x 238 axomoxoaoua-mcowawfo-QQL01LaL01w-w040w-0ff0.0-'awfaffvfav.'ava-ofafo.-0.'0-0--0--0-4x EI 3 Cmzgnztulutirmf S um! , 9 Beit Wulaef MAYOR DONALD L. GIBBS 5 Tel. DEcutur 2-0444 AL ROGAN - SPORTING GOODS 327-29 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTON 58, MASSACHUSETTS -40' -405'0f'-0 HUbbard 2-5457 Room 302 WILLIAM P. SALEMI, INC. DItlHIUlIt!'.I'--WllfC'lIt'.S'-fl'WUII'-V 387 WASHINGTON STREET BOSTON 8, MASS. MOWERS ECLIPSE - "World's Best Lawn Mower" Established I9 Years FISHER LAWN MOWER SERVICE CO. DEcatur 2-0764 ELM and BORDER STREETS WEST NEWTON LO 6-955'l THE BAGEL "Open 'til Closing" Fred Paris 1208 Boylston St. Dave Zide At Chestnut Hill 2 WAY RADIO METERED CABS . NEWTON CITY CAB INC. Servfrc' Is Our A101111 BI 4-0500 LA 7-4500 '-OYO-'-0" Tel. DE 2-I l3I DISTINCTIVE HAIR FASHIONS CllTfflll'C'.X' Dt'.SI4L'IIt'd Jus! For You 2034 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE AUBURNDALE, MASSACHUSETTS E :- is n mc Z 53 2.555 3-11032 U7 U1 Milf '-4 22,15 020 25-,U N2 QUIITI ITT mfg E 34 4. 'na L, rn XJ XJ 3' -f-vf 'f!"0"0"0"'-0"'0"0"'-9"76''0"'0"'-0"'0'f'49"'0"'0"0"0'f.ff-'0"'0"'0"0YJfKQv'0Y0'-'01 9 5 5 5 4? 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 S 5 9 5 5 9 5 S 9 5 I 5 5 S 5 5 S 9 9 9 3 9 :lf lllfol CIIVII SMA RT FASHIONS 843 BEACON STREET NEWTON CENRE 59. MASS. LA.sell 7-7400 NEWTON CENTRE ESSO STATION 776 BEACON STREET NEWTON CENTRE 59, NI.-XSS. Fred Isl Tom Lovely Phone: L-X 7-'JSM C fvfrz pl! r1z4'11 rx of NEWTONVILLE ELECTRICAL COMPANY, Inc. 439 NEWTONX'lI-Lli AVENUE NEWTONYIIELE 60. N1ASSACHL'SETI'S 259 slr' S 100101405'01f0fL71710P'02'740110N0N910N76110N0210v10W10v40N710N717l056X X E 5 S 5 1 15:25 rf: -f-fig? .23 LEE "f- 5" fjifigfiiq is . Q S 29 CRAFTS STREET NEWTONVILLE 60, MASS. g Telephone: LAsell 7-5500 5 C omplimentr CROWLEY'S OFFICE SUPPLIES Q 338 WALNUT STREET 5 NEWTONVILLE, MASS. DEcatur 2-5310 5 S 5 5 of WABAN MARKET, INC. WINDSOR ROAD WABAN SQUARE S WABAN, MASSACHUSETTS DEcatur 2-4100 . Q S THE 3 THE AMERICAN 5 THREAD COMPANY Q NEWS - TRIBUNE 5 Spinners and M frs. of Thread From Cotton-Nylon 8z Other Synthetic F ibers Star Brand Thread 26' PEABODY STREET NEWTON 58, MASS. 5 S x7G0"-0X01v0Y0"-0'fG0f'-0"0N-0"0"'0f10'k710f170K0N0'f0N0f170'G7'0520'C0N0"0K0fG0N0'40'G0f'0'6PC 240 I meowfoxaf-owfauowfoweowaeoavfno-La01040-01010-w.'0.'0.'0fa'0-'0.'0f0--0.-0-f0.-0f0.-0-'0-4:-5 N KEN-KAYE KRAFTS CO. -k Art 81 Handicraft Supplies for Home, Class 84 Drama. if Newton's franchised Scicncc Materials Center. 867 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTONVILLE 60, MASS. BI 4-1953 LA 7-1206 EDGE OF THE SEA MOTEL SOUTH SHORE DRIVE BASS RIVER CAPE COD, MASS. Phone EXeter 8-3332 Apartments, Efficiencies, and Motel Rooms Wll.l.A MAE HAIR STYLIST Blgelow 4-2169 857 BEACON STREET 5 NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Just Right For 'Y' . that . Special Occasion A Tux from , The TUX SHOP ' A 230 CALIFORNIA ST. - Open Wed. gl Fri. Evenings 4 v 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. V Phone LA 7-0459 omganm ,fm any 5 II46 BEACON STREET NEWTON THE HOUSE OF ARON JEWELRY Watches-Chronographs-Clocks 212A SUMNER STREET NEWTON CENTRE LAseIl 7-8162 9 5 5 C'UlIlfIffH1l'IIlX of 'Q S GREENFlELD'S 9 .. .... i 40 GLEN AVENLE NEWTON CENTRE. MASS, EASTMAN'S FLOWERS 340-342 wA1.Nu'r srktgier NEWTONVIIIIE. MASSAC'HL'SE'Ii'l'S Q Quality and Service Since 1934 5 NEWTON CENTRE 5 CAMERA and MUSIC SHOP 839 BEACON STREET E NEWTON CENTRE Records-Music-Instruments R 5 5 HOWES CLEANSERS Q Launderers Fur Storage " Same Day Sc1'x'ic'c' Q l0"? Discount cash and carry Q 612 WASHINGTON STREET Q NEWTON. MASSACHUSETTS B R 2 MqcDoNALn's BARBER st-toP B 855 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTONVILLE. M.-xss. Q N. R. Chapman Q Home phone DE 2-0343 'S 9 Q THOMAS V. CLEVELAND, INC. R REALTORS The Newtons - Wellesley -- Weston E 405 CENTRE STREET NEWTON N Blgelow -1-6920 Q 5 GEORGE VOl.PE'S SPORTING GOODS 1191 CENTRE STREET NENYTON CENTRE. NIASSACHLSETTS E Blgelow 4-:coo 5 Q Tennis Racquets Sold and Restrung S 40207263 241 X Three Barbers No Waiting COMMUNITY BARBER SHOP l629 BEACON STREET Q WABAN, MASSACHUSETTS Telephone LASell 7-966l NEWTON AUTO TOP COMPANY Convertible Tops - Seat Covers Automobile Upholstery 873 WALNUT STREET Corner Beacon Street NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Best Wishes For A Bright Future MISS WELLESLEY JUNIOR5, Inc. Conversational Fashions Q Casual, Date, and Formal Apparel 572b WASHINGTON STREET WELLESLEY SQUARE CE 5-3420 5 Free Delivery in the Newtons DAVE'S MARKET I397 WASHINGTON STREET WEST NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS DEcatur 2-9282 BARNES 8. JONES, INC. NEWTONVILLE 60, MASSACHUSETTS WABAN GIFT AND YARN SHOP 1645 BEACON STREET WABAN 68, MASSACHUSETTS Gifts-Cards-Games-Needle Paints Instructions-Free Compliments of MR. AND MRS. MILTON ROBINSON RICHARD WHITE SONS, Inc. CONTRACTORS 70 CRESCENT STREET WEST NEXVTON, MASS. Tel. DEcatur 2-9500 S S S E 9 6 S 5 S S S 5 5 6 S 9 5 5 S 6 6 3 f-01 f-02101 97' cj. x0"0"'0"0'20'-0"0N01'-0N0120Y0f'0fQ05Q?N0f20'0f40N01G0N0ft0'0N?6W1-7'0fs0v0K0f10N?s0'201W56x 242 i , MR. ARMANDO S. ROSSI Our thanks to you We do extend You've helped us through Beginning to end! NEWTONIAN STAFF-1961 SEELY BROTHERS UPHOLSTERS "A Trusted Name in Uplzolsrering for over fifty yc'ars" 757 WASHINGTON STREET Q NEWTONVILLE LAsell 7-2000 s ALTER REXALL DRUGS Prescriptionist Since 1919 L. 'H. Alter, Reg. Ph. 880 WALNUT STREET NEWTON CENTRE 59, MASS. Tel. DE 2-2363 For the newest trends the most wanted slylel count an Kennedy! famous how for 68 years! Boston Framingham Shoppers' World Prafvzdence Worcester Sprifzgfzld Hartford Brockton Manchester Peabody Northshore Milford, Colm. Connecticut Post Center l'C0'N0N0N0vs0v aww 243 MONTICELLO RESTAURANT CAESAR TAMAGNO, 0ii'liz'r Klllllv ,llmmgfcf ROUTE 9 fopposile Shoppers' Worldl Telephone TRinity 2-3569 FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS LEON H. MAYER WEST NEWTON REALTOR Real Estate - Insurance 1357A WASHINGTON STREET WEST NEWTON 65, MASSACHUSETTS DE Z-0274 oe 2-6434 D A V I D S 0 N .!:-.SDM PLEASING CONTDUR MODEL C A P A C I T Y low velocity roof fan , S New and streamlined . . designed for A' today's modern flat roof structures . . .as much as 4000 lower than conventional types , . . capacities up to 50.000 CFM . . . low velocity .. vibration isolated . . . ratings conform to Standard Test Code. DAVIDSON, first 1 I e 3, 'las been ma-rg a complete line cf mi- and :srmer:a 'rs' fans since 1915. F: ails' cw :ne ?C C' 'e' HYDUTY Davidson 5.273 .2 t: Aviosou FAN Cgl 213 California St.. Ne.-.ici 55 'Jess -2 4' or all L, i :EEE 1-135- 5 5 6 5 9 E KS 9 S 5 9 S5 5 5 5 5 t 9 5 s 5 5 9 5 S A GX Qjj tfhtff,-0w.0fcJf fffzf- If 64 ffl S 9 5 5 5 S 5 9 5 S 9 5 5 9 S 5 E 5 S 9 E 6 JC0''ffi'0f0f0-ivfvfafofafal'ofa-'allot-v-'aiiofafatiafaitafo--0i'1f.f0f0f'0-'.a-'ana--ofa-'alta' is I , 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 244 E S09'-0'5'-05'-0540210520127l?f0f'0"-Q'-0"-Q'76f01'0 X. ' Q Q CYCLE CENTRE THE SWEATER SHOP F Y . . V x QIO WORc,ES,I,ER TURNPIKE I mul Irrrpurlui 8. IJUIIILSIIL Yrrrrm t Ilznnci-I,cmr11CcI. IIZIIIQI-I'2lxIll4JfI!LI NATICK, MASSAC'HUSE'I"I'S Hznnd-I'ir1isI1CLI. Knilxwzlr ul Ilixtinclifm 9 763 WASIEIINCi'ION SI RI:I-.'I 'R NIiW'I'ONVII.I,Ii mr. wmss. Y "Anything on Wf1C'L'l.S',, I,Ascll 7-X5-19 Q 9 OI,ympic 3-6975 101'-02409 'rim Q Mohilgzrs M ra2.uEmE f0HN"f"'f NEWTON CORNER SERVICE CENTER DELL RESTAURANT 221 WASHINCITON s'rERr1rfrE and I'IOI7'IIIIT1fNCfIT1ilT1. Prop. I ACCCSSOTIC Ruud Sum ru wzshes N 40"'0'410N05 the class of 1961 21 happy and bright future 9 817-821 WASHINGTON STREET C',,,,,,,,i,m,,,,x nf NEWTONVILLE 9 LASGH 7,6431 WILLIAM M. SELIG 9 9 -10? 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 A FRIEND Q Q I ' 9 9 5 9 Q S 9 Q Q 6 A 245 rf ff' I I 1'-01 10'f0f'6 054021054-0110540140v40K0P202s0'v10"20117Q7f0X01'0vf022016N910N02L?20N0N710v10161401'00'02l0N0P6x YOUNG MEN 21 to 35! lf You Live or Work In Newton- Z C0 E, : 3 FQQE zo., rc- Q 9,554 Ozuohg 5352: ariigi "1'! 0500-Q Qm:?,'lIl1 o gm 5 0'-S95 2 :- "1 91 50"-05' '05' 2961 '-026' 115 DICKERMAN ROAD NEWTON HIGHLANDS S Blgelow 4-1595 9 GRAY's MARKET, INC. BRAM'5f 'NC' 6 Tel. Aldgonquin 4-2345 Battery. and Tire Service U 5 Goodyear Tires - Exlde Batteries 5 616 WASHINGTON ST., OAK SQ. 5 252 WALNUT STREET S 5 BRIGHTON, MASSACHUSETTS NEWTONVILLE 60, MASSACHUSETTS 5 5 GOOD LUCK! Pizza Italian Food TONY'S ITALIAN VILLA S TONY at the ACKSON SREET S NEWTONDALE PHARMACY NEWTON V F.TeI. LAseIl 7-3525 5 or e ery mes 5 Q Fugl Secretarial And Short Courses 5 S U Open A11 Year, Day and Evening f Standards 6- Highest 5 CHOOL or 3 Rates - Modest 5 ECRETARI ES Location - Convenient TWinbrook 3-3024 E 14 SPRING STREET, WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 9 3 9 9 S 5 9 5 5 9 5 5 9 S 5 9 5 6 5 6 E 5 9 5 1 5 5 E Smal! Cltmef Mean Really Personal Attention 5 246 3 0110: CONOKO1'-ffi'-040N0N040" 05'-0W07'0W-0"-0' "0"-Q 'O H010 10 "0 f-70 - '0 f'0"0 -'0 16 is MIDNITE FOODS Newtonville's Quality Food Store Open Until Midnite Phone LAsell 7-9842 719 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTONVILLE, MASS. Diamonds-Wazches--Silverware Jewelers and Silversmiths Watch Repairs-Electronically Timed HENDRICKEN BROS. 45 LINCOLN STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS LAsel1 7-6661 C omplimentf of ALVORD PHARMACY Carl H. and John Cf. Alvord Reg. Pharmacists 105 UNION STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Phone: Bigelow 4-0760 5 I.Asell 7-277-1 R A I. P H ' S 9 Funious Name Slioei E 114B BEACON STREET, NEWTON. MASS. " ' aaron: - ' AFTER' Q Y , 2 g Q ff - Q , S . POLAGRUTO'S SHOE RsPA11z1NG 9 1951-53 National Silver Cup Competition Blue Ribbon Winner 1267 WASHINGTON ST. LASelI 7-7116 -. w. NEWTON 65, MASS. Q 5 S E 1 MINNEAPOLIS - HONEYWELL 5 5 Q DATAmatic DIVISION 151 NEEDHAM STREET I 9 9 o NEXVTON HIGHLANDS Q 5 S 9 Honeywell Q 1 Z S 9 S 1 S 6 1 247 5 S S S H80 Years of Friendly Efficient Service" 2 Fuel Oils-Oil Burners-Coal 8: Coke Q LUTHER PAUL COMPANY . 81 UNION STREET Q NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Q Telephone: Blgelow 4-0590 S WAL-LEX RECREATION 5 CENTRE 3 Bowling - Roller Skating Miniature Golf S TW 3-7070 TW 4-1527 THE WALNUT DELICATESSEN Featuring Decorated Party Platters and Sandwich Trays Free Estimates Given S 335 WALNUT STREET NEWTONVILLE, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of T. W. ANDERSON-Jeweler 5 392 AUBURN STREET AUBURNDALE, MASS. Blgelow 4-1498 Compliments of AUTO IMPORTS 580 BEACON STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of Benjamin Kaplin - George Sibley allege- Town of Boston 35 WM. T. MORRISEY BLVD. DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of VINCENT'S BARBER SHOP 427 LEXINGTON STREET AUBURNDALE, MASSACHUSETTS Newtorfs Color and Decorating Center THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO. 336 WALNUT STREET, NEWTONVILLE We Deliver LA 7-7664 JAMES MARTIN UPHOLSTERING CO. Refinishing and Repairing Every Job A Custom Job Tom Lennon Res. FA 5-3490 rr2 Hartford LAse1l 7-8305 fdetrk Earns TREMONT STREET at STUART BOSTON it S 5 S S 5 S 5 5 2 9 5 5 5 5 S 5 5 5 5 S 5 5 5 5 5 6 9 5 A '0'N02101Q0'2' f0'0' 105' 62 L05 L0v 95101 'S 3 S 5 S 5 5 9 5 5 S 6 5 9 5 S 5 Q E 5 9 5 S S 6 5 S 5 5 3. -? direct sales Q S L NSS s HS" I i.55'ff'7 Qggw 1. S QNX S Q Q wuivS"f'5 QL- wo' X N 'R f :vt personal service original layouts art service retouching composition mechanicals halftone and line negatives film and plate stripping 2 ,T plate making QA, o o "' offset printing Q,-1f"' wr 1 mf 2 lem: f A ,. folding complete bindery service "' delivery t. o'toole and sons, inc., yearbook printers Stamford sfamlord davis 4-9226 connecticut new york melrose 5-4112 5 S S C I pl. m ,f BesIWisl1es From 071 INIU X l E PARAMOUNT THEATRE 5 CLEVELAND CIRCLE AUTO 8. TRAVEL 299 WASHINGTON STREET S L.-Xsell 7-3100 LOngwood 8800 NEWTON CORNER, MASSACHUSETTS S Q Dicmtiozz-Minteograplzing-Typing Compnmems of . Notary Public S RHODES PHARMACY KENNEY BUSINESS SERVICE 339 AUBURN STREET 1649 BEACON STREET S AUBURNDALE 66, MASSACHUSETTS WABAN SS, MASSACHUSETTS Q BI 4-3030 Blgelow 4-1677 5 Q 5 How Bright Young People Can Be Sure Of A Big Bright Future . . . S S The best way is by learning to SA VE! Start a Savings Account NOW and let your' S money work for you! Every dollar you Save will earn a Safe, steady 3M 'Z quarterly 6 S Cthafs important-makes your bank account grow fasterb and you,ll have money 6 5 when you need it. S 307 AUBURN STRBBT AUBUPLNDALB 5 5 MARKETS GREATER BOSTON'S I S OUTSTANDING QUALITY 6 FOOD STORES -Q02 S. 1 S 'Sn P' :L CU P' D1 S N1 E Z D1 o :B D1 VJ c0r if Yozfll do better by far, -Q01 104' ifyombop M SW' ALL OVBR THE WORLD 102 6 S X05105'-0"f0fS-0Y02'-0'11012-0N-0N0"'0N0110Pf47N0"-0'0X-01'-0'K0N0210520N0'f0fL-0v4-0W'-0'26K0'10-0f40"-0N-0N0"0X 2 50 011051-0510 '-0140"-051-01f0V-0'010f-0"0"-0'f-0'7'0"-0"-0"'0"'-0-'0"0"-0f0f'0"0f'0-'0f'0f'0f 'O-'-6 x Q Q Q Best of luck to the class of 1961 Q21 X5 WEST NEWTON CO-OPERATIVE BANK S 6 1038 Washingtcan Street Q WEST NEWTON 65, MASSACHUSETTS Bigelow 4-0067 3 'Make It Your Friendly Neighborhood Bank' Good luck to the graduating class of 1961! MANDELL'S Distinctive Mens Wear S For your formal functions- Visit Our Modern Rental Departmenr NEWTONVILLE LAsel1 7-6940 Compliments of TABULATING SERVICE CORPORATION 339 AUBURN STREET AUBURNDALE, MASSACHUSETTS Best Wishes from CIRCLE OIL COMPANY, INC. 450 LEXINGTON STREET AUBURNDALE 66, MASSACHUSETTS DEcatur 2-1327 Compliments of 5 COLUMBIA MEAT PACKING CO. S 9 9 9 Cmnplinzwili of HALEWOOD'S PHARMACY 1274 WASHINGTON STREET WEST NEWTON 65. M.-xssAc'HesETTs 9 9 Conzplinzwilx nf Q BARNES ENGINEERING COMPANY, INC. 6 Civil Engineers ince 1899 m 5 Q CHEF'S RESTAURANT 5 240-242 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTON CORNER 1 Steaks-Chops-Fish-Poultry N Open Daily except Sunday -. 11:00 a.m.to 11:00 p.m. Telephone: LAsel1 7-9600 AIR CONDITIONED S Banquet Parties Available For Private Parties of 10 or More Persons S , , . 9 C Ul7lIPllNlt'lIf.N of S CHASSON'S CLEANSERS X ? 9 9 CHESTNUT HILL TRAVEL, INC. :zoo BoxE1sTox STREET CHESTNUT HILL. Nl.-XSS.-XCHLSETTS Q REgent -1-0600 Q N Rose Gilford. Prev, Richard Lee. 7'f.'..x Q N X 5 9 6 251 I-0K0L0PC-01'-01'-0'N0"1'0KO'J '-0N02Q02'-011-0K-0"20N0'10'1f0N01f0'2f0N0-10'1'020Q0N01f010'1C0Jl02L0"0?'-0"-0x'0N0f0'f10f-0'f'-0'f'0' X95 014-02401'-01'-0N0140140120240147401f020N0110X0Pf010N7l0N0l0v10v'710N0N710P10Pf0P17l0P47l7'0X0 THOMAS FAZIO LABORATORIES 1 T L +1 L A B o R W E6 Service to Humanity if the best work of life. AUBURNDALE 66, MASSACHUSETTS 252 0x05 'l05'0"-0'1'-01'-01'-0'1201'0'-0"0"-0'f01f0"-0-'0"'0 "0'0"0'0'0"0'0f0"0'6 Compliments of A FRIEND 2 Sales and Service . "Quality-Service-Courtesy" 5 DUBOIS OIL COMPANY, INC. 382 WATERTOWN STREET NEWTON 58, MASSACHUSETTS 5 DEcatur 2-1334 Serving Newtons and vicinity for over 30 years SILVER LAKE RADIO 8. T. V. 337 WATERTOWN STREET NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS Q NEW ENGLAND SALES COMPANY, Inc. 75 KNEELAND STREET Distributors of: the New Talon Zephyr Zipper GROUNDS EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC. Ciruvcly It Inlcrnzmunzil 'I rgmurx. Snow Rcmuvul IZQIIIPIIICUI. Pzirtw. Szilcx. S::'.z.: Agrico I'CI'IlIIlCf liz Sccdr Vfmlf 1 mirsc I-,qmp 'IcI. III 4-7441 38? WORK IzS'IIpR 'IPKI-. NI',W'ION C IzNI RI: 59, NIASS CIIIIIIIIIIIIIPIIIX In lhe f fum nf IWQI' HIGHLAND RESTAURANT 55 l.INC'OI.N STREET NEWTON HIGHIANIJS HFt'llllll'III1j Home fnnkerl lfnmlsu C'UlIIf7fllIIt'IlII of SIGMA KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY- NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY LEWIS-PLACEMENTS 4 GORDON STREET WALTHAM TW 4-6468 Rl',L'l'.S'fl'f Your fN'eezl.s' With Cnrifiiiwzcv Congraullalions to the class of 1961! Cmnplinzenrx of 1110 NEWTON POLICE DEPARTMENT CiUIHl7IIIlIl'lII.N uf TOWNE RESTAURANT -Ill VVATERTOVVN STREET NEWTON lAscII '-9739 BEACON AT WALNUT SERVICE CENTER 109-I BEACON STREET NEWTON I-IIGHL.-XNDS Burt Whittcmorc. Prop. LA '-060' fmyfowaf 0 -01 4-Q01 0X 20" 0"ff'0'f-0-'-0"0f0-'0f0'f-0'u0"'0"'0-'0-'OH0'-'01'0".0"0f0"0-'.0'f0,fff.40.'0w0'.-0.-0Qf0..0,-0,10-mg,40-hy, I5 Q E 9 Q 5 5 5 Q 9 5 5 9 5 Q 9 5 Q 5 5 Q I Q 9 Q 3 Q Q Q 3, Complete Line of Formal Wear To Rent or Sell Special Prices for School Activities NATIONAL CLOTHING STORES, Inc. 373 MOODY STREET WALTHAM Phone: TW 3-5143 Compliments of PURITY FOOD STORE 335 AUBURN STREET Q AUBURNDALE 66, MASSACHUSETTS BOBBY and HEDY Compliments of HOWARD JOHNSON'S io 57 fb 3 A., ki -2. ' Q'-2? ll - . '- Q1 A . Landmark for Hungry Americans ROUTE 128 and ROUTE 16 NEWTON LOWER FALLS 62 Magnavox WOodward 9-9720 Fisher Star Television Beecher Hobbs Inc. Stereo Phonos - Records - TV - Radios Service on all makes 200 BOYLSTON STREET CRL 95 CHESTNUT HILL 67, MASS. BEACON WAYSIDE SHOPS, INC. 1296 CENTRE STREET NEWTON CENTER LAsell 7-1773 DEcatur 2-4530 Broadlooms-Carpets--Linoleum Asphalt Tile-Rubber Tile SELTZERS GARDEN CITY, INC. Flowers-Garden Supplies-Shrubs Compliments of J. B. DAVIS L' ouAl'If,, 3 hescnuz 'f . ill f s URNITIW' HIGHLAND HARDWARE Phone LA 7-0898 47 LINCOLN STREET NEWTON HIGHLANDS Compliments Of A FRIEND 2 2 2 2 6 2 S 2 5 2 2 5 2 5 .3 010217 20" 102L0'210v' '02 '05107 FC?"-079'-0"-070'-9'-7'-0'5W040Y0f'0110N-71740'0N041710w0210f6'G?40220N0N0f'01f0ff0'401102'05W56PC V I L Q. 3' ' Z- ' fa .' . ' Q H 111 ig! , q' yf: W E 5 f .7 " f W f 4, J w L Q? ' wif Madison Avenue Executives BOB ZAKON AND STEVE HECHT 'K FAREWELL For us seniors, the three-year countdown is ending. The minutes have seemed long when we were waiting for lunch and short when we were waiting for a Brookline touchdown, but, long or short, they are only memories. In our short sojourn in this little world, we have been prepared, tested, and set on the right course by the technicians of modern education. As we leave, a part of Newton High School re- mains with us, and a part-of each one of us remains at Newton High School. Now we part, and each of us follows his own star into the infinite universe of life. Let us hope there will be no fizzles. 256 E C . E 3 7 .f NJ E bf V! .ML 1


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