Newton High School - Newtonian Yearbook (Newton, MA)

 - Class of 1962

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The territory shall be surveyed into townships of thirty-six sections, each section one square mile, and one section in each town- ship shall be set aside for the support of local education . . . It if eleifen years ,Yl7'ZL'6 the Declaration. The candle flickered as the man at the desk leaned back and replaced the feather pen in its stand. He glanced at the page before him and began to read aloud . . We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of hap- pinessf' Much has happened since that July Fourth in 1776 when Thomas jefferson set forth the principles for a new nation-the United States of America. These principles, passed on from one generation to the next, now rest in our hands in a world whose dangers present great and constant challenges. We must be prepared to meet these challenges, to sacri- fice ourselves in order to uphold, to strengthen, and to further the democratic ideals embodied in the Declaration of Independence and manifest through- out our history. 'Ask not what your country can do for you-ask what you can do for your country," President Kennedy has urged. We are eager to heed his call. We are young, but in our three years at Newton High School we have studied the past and present of our country, and 1857. A poor Kentucky ironmaker, William Kelly, receives U.S. Patent Number 17,628 as a result of his discovery that steel can be made by blowing cold air through iron ore . . . It ii eighty-one years .Vince the Declaration. 2 And SO, as We leave Newton High School ee be, It if one hundred and eighty-fix yenm since the have come, at last, to concern ourselves with the fu- ture. We must begin, today, to mold the thoughts and actions of an America in which we will soon play a major role. We have already begun. We have taken an ac- tive interest in the world and America's place in the world. We have formed discussion groups, listened to speakers, debated key issues. We have supported a foster child in Italy and have participated in com- munity projects and service organizations. We are growing with our country. Of course we will make mistakes, just as our predecessors made mistakes. But we must look upon our failures only to learn from them, not to be discouraged by them. For even as we reaffirm our faith in the democratic ideal, we realize that it is a high ideal-a goal for which to strive. The importance lies not only in at- taining the goal, but also in striving for it. come part of a greater history, we rededicizte our- selves to the way of life which Americans in the past have sought to preserve. To this goal we, too, pledge "our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor." 3 ,ee K e F Q iw sgmfxwij :v sp Q T T ' T yy ed, jj, A Y l be X j V fi 1962. Peace Corpsman rises at five-thirty and walks two miles to the Ghana School to teach English, French, and history for eight hours. He coaches wrestling, advises the Debate Union, and lectures on World prob- lems. Then the trek to his unelectrified home . . . Declnmzion. 1917. Bunting versus Oregon. The Supreme Court upholds maximum hour law. No per- son, male or female, shall work more than ten hours daily in any mill or factory . . . It if one lanndred and forty-one yearr Jince the Declaration. 3 1 555 X Q7 ullfl5?Ol.I3 BHITEHHH COIWIW CHHSIN SPORTS IIIIRMRY K7 S2 BEVERLY ID gl, M SNYDIZR 5CHEll lXl3T+l.IWOUI ADVERTISING! Buslurss MANAGLR Y !' in if 1, if , K7 Q VI..- ! ' 74 , V gkx , If Al r ' f I. 1 WQ L hm--" Hif- A f ' . ' : , x up 7 'I M 7 jx U AV + Hall of Fame 5.llilx onosswm wnon G xi ,f il-.11 Q? " QM ff 7 , K M ML X XJ 0' , J, rgfjw :wQf'i W .Y-,II ,N 1 xylf X uNx,,,f'f ,X NXNXN,g2?7 xi VJ? ii? l3lXUlll NOIYBI RT NIXRSHH 6lXlOW lYlNICH KliTl DHT!! 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I A ' ' I f 7' ' Nrgliwq 'mn-,"' , u .,:,..,, II IIT ,. 4 4. A . A .., - I ..A-3,:.-- t ' I , T: . I A.wvA , A . I., A- W--A-. .N Q .A 9 , ' 5 ' I I Q 1' 1+ I A 0 s 1 W I 3 l , .. 1 'L ' i 'lf Q' . .,,I , I I Q, A :CIA-" . -"':ffjs? .Lx-' I o W. ,fl1. I I .f I w 3, ' af 1, E 12" fav wx , -4 "1 if ,T-.515 ' if j . 3' f2."f ilkrrultg emh Ahminiatratinn Richard W. Mechem Principal of Newton High School The theme of rededication is singularly appropriate. In our era of tech- nology and bigness it is more important than ever before that we fight to retain the value of the individual. This fight calls for a rededication to the ideals of equality, independence, and individuality which have given such vitality to our democratic way of life. May those of you who are leaving Newton High School in 1962 take aj vantage of, and further develop, our scientific civilization. In doing so, how- ever, do not forget that far more important than civilization and progress is rhe integrity of the individual man. Rickard W. Mechem 10 Mr. Richard C. Howland Adminiymztive Arriftant to the Principal Dr. Charles E. Brown Superintendent of Schoolf ART DEPARTMENT 1'5- Mr. Schultz, Mr. Nelson, Miss Eliot. Ky "The world war always changing, it will fzlwtzyr be clmngingg and who could know that better than the artirt?" Americans have always felt a strong pride in their indigenous work of art. Perhaps our first piece of art as an independent nation was the flag. Artistic originality has since characterized national growth. The addition of new states neces- sitated new designs for our flag. Western expan- sion prompted artists such as Remington. Portrait artists found inspiring subjects everywhere. The twentieth century with its rapid commercial de- velopment has opened new areas of advertising art. The Newton High Art Department prepares the student to contribute to our national heritage of art. The art majors are introduced to all facets of the field, painting, drawing, sculpture, and pho- tography. Mr. Shultz reports that the class of 1962 has many talented students. A large number of the class have been accepted at the country's better art schools. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT "The bztrinerr of America if brt5ine.f5." Calvin Coolidge The enterprising Yankee pedlar, New York shipper, Pennsylvania steel baron, Northwest rail- road magnate, Wall Street giant, and Western gen- eral-storekeeper are all fabled parts of American tradition. Business has changed since Coolidge's Presi- dency. There is a new attitude toward the worker and consumer. The mimeograph machine, electric typewriter, address-o-graph, and IBM unit, having made business more efficient, have also necessitated a generation of push-button geniuses. Newton High Schools Bus-ness Department taught 1006 of us typewriting clerical, and other business skills this year. It help 4 :idents to develop pow- ers of concentration and effit vncy, and, in doing this, helped to fill future personnel needs. Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Rossi, Miss Twiss, Mr. Chalmers, Mrs. Usas, Mr. Steinhope, visiting speker: Dr. Everett, Miss Folley, Mr. Satlak, Miss Altieri, Mr. Wells, Miss Norman. DRIVER EDUCATION "The most advanced nations are always thore who navigate the mort." Ralph Waldo Emerson The Driver Education course at Newton High School has rapidly become a hey part of many students' curricula. This year, for the first time, the Department taught Sophomores the techniques for navigating Newton streets. Through the work of such a vital department, Newton High School helped to increase the number of navigators in the country. Newton mon scnoon. DRIVER TRAINING CAR nosr morons mc. A Fl itim' UI " 1 Mr. Edwin H. Wiest, Mr. Anthony N. Penta ENGLISH DEPARTMENT "Let as dare to read, think, speak, and write." John Adams With the help of our English teachers' criti- cisms and corrections, this year we have so dared. In the past, it seems, even great writers were criti- cized by their contemporaries. james Fenimore Cooper, for example, found much to criticize in his contemporaries. Years later, Mark Twain, in his essay Fenimore Cooperbf Literary Offenrer, criti- cized Coopers literary style. More recently, the English teachers at NHS tried to improve Ameri- can writing Ci.e. oursj. There were lively class discussions, informative lectures, after-school help. And, of course, the red-ink comments, the Great Garble of correction symbols and the Great Pyra- mid of Unity, Coherence and Emphasis also aided us to "read, think, speak., and write." First row: Mrs. Wofford, Miss Allen, Miss Sanguinetti, Mrs. Lee, Miss Langina, Miss -A 'gf Mi QJXVX ...f WUI Parker, Miss Ryan, Miss Gianferante, Miss Lee. Second row: Mrs. Levine, Mr. Warshaw, i f I If ,, -I,3f",J' it Miss Fineberg, Miss Eberhart, Mr. West, Miss Moncrieff, Mr. Rothman. Third row: TJ Y AS yi Q Xlgffisgf? Mr. Wolf, Mr. Harrer, Mr. Harris, Mr. Boyle, Mr. Reed, Mr. Jacobs, Mr. Papa. Min- mf ,jf ' mix cull ing: Miss Leathers, Miss Axelrod, Mr. Spink, Mr. Fleishman, Miss Porter. A Q li XI' xfjlpk Qtr i 'x ' X K 1 3 I . M i up ' , . Rig? NN.. E- Xiu ,xii Q xy Q I 1 .3 A . MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Seated: Mr. Spalding, Mrs. Ford, Mr. Ferguson, Miss Creehan, Mr. Shapiro. Standing: Mr. Brown, Mr. Rosen, Mr. Stephens, Mr. Bowman, Mr. Peterson, Mr. Geisman. Mining: Mr. Bailey, Mrs. Carpenter. "Pi0neers! 0 Pioneers!" Walt Whitman The Newton High School Mathematics De- partment is characterized by the American pioneer- ing spirit. just as the early Americans pushed their frontier westward in search of a new life, our MathematicsVDepartment has yearly extended its frontiers to encompass revolutionary develop- ments in school Mathematics. The UICSM, SMSG, and Advanced Placement programs have been sys- tematically implemented at the High School. These new plans embody principles of Linear Program- ming, a result of American research in the Second World War. The Math Department is the frontier element of Newton High School and contributes much to the future of America. HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT "Nothing helps scenery like bam and egg-LU Mark Twain The Home Economics Department received many visitors this year, including a stylist from the Simplicity Pattern Company who conducted a fashion show utilizing our own very talented New- ton High girls. On another occasion a home econo- mist from the Boston Edison Company demon- strated the use of gas appliances. Betty Cr,-Q .. find Emily Post have created a unique role for the American woman. Our "Home EC" Department, th, its cooking, sewing, fam- ily relationships. lmiinc nuangg nent, and consumer education courses hge.: ri: tnereti the meritorious ideal of the American "htwisevvife". fr rf ffl Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Hilton I A T INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT "There if no .fnbrtitzate for bard work." Thomas Edison The Industrial Arts Department this year put its students through some of the hardesfwork they encountered at the high school. The department offered training for jobs in industry and engineer- ing, and also offered courses not directed toward specific careers. Boys profited greatly from this in- struction, and many soon found that there was no substitute for the hard work and excellent training which they acquired from the department. ,. GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT Charles E. Chase, Renzo A. Ricciuti smear Seated: Miss Jackson, Mrs. Herzog, Mr. Mitchell, Mrs. Sacks, Miss Finnerty. Standing: Miss Maclntyre, Mr. Clark, Mr. Stark, Mrs. Leclair. Mining: Mr. Grainger. "My interest if in the future became I am going to spend the rest of my life there." Charles F. Kettering My English teacher doesn't understand me -can I switch to another class?- How can I lit all the subjects I want into my schedule?- Do I have to take typing just because my handwriting is illegible?- Is there any hope of a college scholar- ship?- Can you write a recommendation for me by tomorrow? Such are typical examples of the barrage of questions that kept the patient guidance counselors of Newton High School in a constant state of feverish activity. Who could blame them for breathing a sigh of relief in june as they tried to smooth out their furrowed brows. After all, they worked tirelessly throughout the year to find the courses most suited to our abilities and needs and to help us plan for "after high school". If the graduating senior decided to go to work, he dis- cussed with his counselor the various careers open and suited to him. If the student was planning a college education, his counselor aided him in selecting the schools from which he would bene- fit most. The Guidance Department was interested in helping the student plan for his future where, as the above quote suggests, he would spend the rest of his life. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 5 -11.41-AQ ...P-T Seated: Mr. Rist, Mrs. Bailey, Mr. Skillten, Miss Richmond, Mr. Seltzer. Standing: Mr. Wiper, Mr. Silluzio, Mr. Wells, Mr. Malone, Mr. Hall, Mr. Bodman, Mr. Lent, Mr. Fowler. "Everything comes to him who hustles while he waits." Thomas Edison In the finest Edison tradition Honourable Pro- fessors of the Science Department rushed through another year, microscopes, test tubes, and rulers in hand, sulphur fumes, slimy bits of arga trailing behind, and metal balls clattering to the floor. Students under this madcap tutelage benefited from what is nationally recognized as one of the finest high school science programs available. SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT "Time dissipates to shining ether the solid angitlarity of facts." Ralph Waldo Emerson The theme of this yearbook is American His- tory, but the United States History course at New- ton High School was only one of the many courses offered by the Social Studies Department. Other courses included Problems of Democracy, Euro- pean History, World History, and Psychology. Each of these presented only a small part of the history of our universe, our world, our country, and ourselves. ln each course we have learned that we cannot ever hope to define history fthe above quotation gives only a small clue? However, we have, from our study of events, personages, and trends, been able to draw some conclusions. Indi- virual thought and research, so much a part of American life, was encouraged by our Social Studies teachers. Seated: Mr. Prentiss, Miss Kalivas, Mrs. Alterman, Mr. Gallagher, Miss Seltzer, Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Connors. Standing: Mr. Gartner, Mr. Neal, Mr. Martin, Mr. MacDonald, Mr. Eliot, Mr. Hall, Mr. Hollman, Mr. Riesman. 16 LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT "Training if everything . . ." Mark Twain There are over. 100 languages spoken in the world today. This necessitates a mastery of foreign tongues which, in turn, necessitates school lan- guage departments. Today, perhaps more than ever before, in the history of the United States, it is important that we understand the foreigners news- paper, his novel, prayer, and street cry. Realizing this, the Newton High Language Department has constantly experimented with newer and faster methods of teaching languages. Sixteen foreign language teachers taught 1200 Newton High students 1500 language elections this past year. The language lab, perfected and made available to more students, served also as an example to visiting educators. V53 if 1- 1' -9 P1 Seated : Miss Waters, Mrs. Roberts, Miss jewett, Mr. Ethier, Mrs. Hogan, Mrs. Neufield, Miss Holibur St af' M B . an ing: r. resnahan, Mr. Packard, Mr. Gaudet, Mr. Eliot, Miss Cox, Mr. Allen, Mr. Delielix, Mr. Davis, Mr. Piriello, Mr. Yoken. Mining: Mrs. Boston. READING CLINIC 4""0 Reading Clinic: Miss Rideout, Mr. Carey "Today we need hoth wirdonz and .ftrength and thiztiv the reizron why Americans rhozild Wizhe Up and Reed!" John F. Kennedy And that's also the reason why Newton High School has a Reading Clinic. This year, the clinic served a two-fold purpose. First, it offered remedial reading courses to students having difficulty with reading skills ranging from pronunciation and spelling to comprehension and study methods. Sec- ondly, the clinic offered developmental reading courses for students who, although good readers, wished to increase their speed, comprehension, and vocabulary. Many seeking help from the clinic re- ceived individual instruction as well as encourage- ment to "Wake Up and Read!" 1 rw N E Q 1'7" ie O Q .L , i QL 5 4... ' C?FF'CE- W ,pf Mrs. Chartier Mrs. Calnan Adamf Bacon DH! 0 O 0 3, G- 0 6 'J-'Jw ' .0 L . . . ffff A I 1. 1 Mrs. Kenney Mrs. Boucher Barry Bealf ff J e . r I: ig gf nfs 'ii ,-...,., 3 ' is 2 I 3 " -., ,+ x xr . Q- - -fe--M- gf r . A17 f . A .3 ' f- 217' Mrs. Srevens Mrs. Sheafe Pafmer Riley 18 STAFF X iN sf w ,-r - 4 X X s ' ' Qi 'Q - ' , ' 'A vs!- Miss Cahill Mrs. Margolin Guidance Secretary Secretary to Mr. Howland College Records Office Mrs. Gilbert, Mrs. Copeland, Miss Burke. 'ENV -J' ,,.,. 14" J' 1 Well, if l culled the wrong number, why did you answer the phone? James Thurber Q 1 .si S? lfabll I 3 ,Vw AW X ll Cf 'l ,f M .xl ' U., bww! QM. .-- Library Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Abrahams, Miss Kramer, Mrs. Erskine. Missing: Mrs. Moriati. ' ln, .v il. W! -P 'Dx ..,..,l. 'onb- I L M X lf i Q " B x , d , f fir J Nf O! if Vlitfglish, Office 611 TJ ,V V V l ,lu C X ,"' lf Ai" l, Q 1 'O Kvui-2 X 1 jj ,f A Mrslf eega If V f pf Y . is U' F . ' ,XL 1 ,. Nj' f' Lpfxyl p Q V, 17' J A ,ff Af lv A ,iir Q LP jeff U K L f lf. V g K -K ' If lg lip KKK ik af X i V ' ' lv ll 'N' , l, di of J X by f gl 1 i f ,f Q LJA lj! ll ' f ll lf - 5 fi flluvfllp if qlwl p 20 o s .J f' lwwl., Sitting: Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. Leone, Mrs. Sheafe. Srandmgz Mrs. Vfalsli, Mrs. Russo. Mining: Mrs. Geiger. 1 1-119' "' Mrs. Ginevra G. Smith ". . . neu' and forever, one and insepar- able! " Daniel Webster Daniel Webster's words describe the wonderful and close relationship that has existed between Mrs. Ginevra G. Smith and Newton High School from the time that Mrs. Smith studied here as a student. Since then she has shown her loyalty and dedication to Newton High by serving as Executive Secretary to six of its principals. Her duties are various and valuable. She is an expert on school rules and traditions and is, therefore, a symbol of continuity and a source of information for the principal, faculty, students, and parents. She is the helpful woman so adept at maneuvering dates on the school calendar. She is also the administrator of college scholarship appli- cations and in this way meets many seniors. Mrs. Smith maintains faculty attendance and payroll records, and, above all, she is none the less a leakproof repository of confidential information. To the secretarial staff she is a guide and a mentor in the allocation of tasks, and a confidante and adviser as well. Everyone at Newton High School extends his sincerest thanks to Mrs. Smith for her long and dedicated service. 20 4 FQ! 'Mn Q lffrvv I ,, +55 11 2 3 If ft,-, I 'i -fa 1 Q -O ' 1 1 , Ai 5- ,rx 1"""' I x XJ ADAMS HOUSE iff'- Francis J. Foster Housemaster '. "Each house may determine the ruler of its proceedings . . ." U. S. Constitution Adams House, under its excellent new constitution, this year made and carried out its own rules. However, as Housemaster Foster says, the houses primary responsibility is not to determine rules for the student body, but to help them to understand themselves and their place in mod- ern society. As the long list of Adams House members prominent in school activities, athletics and scholarship will testify, Mr. Foster and the Adams House staff have certainly fulfilled their responsibilities well. A spirit of individualism has been an important part of the Adams House atmosphere this year. The House Council adopted a fairly conserva- tive attitude, and, after careful investigation of all the pros and cons, de- cided, finally, not to institute some of the new innovations, such as coke machines, that the other houses did this year. The House Civics Committee organized a series of after school discussions, open to the whole student body and the faculty, on school, local and national problems. We are sure that this spirit of individualism, fostered by the housemaster, will lead many of the Adams House students to success in the future. Among the many other activities sponsored by Adams House this year were three assemblies, one of which dipped into the vast house reser- voir of theatrical and musical talent, and a holiday party that jammed the commons room and corridor with dancing and singing students. Yes, we think it is safe to say that, like the other five houses at New- ton High, Adams House is the best. House Council Q ,X b P ui .Y wi SS f -i ,l if j Ll E 5 Q is at N tXJ Tx is it I X s., ? X. i l Seated: Patty Harrington, ,loan Thorman, Bob Bullock. Standing: Andy Hyde, Kenny Zizes, Paul Roberts. 22 BACCDN HCDUSE "A mfznit home if bit castle." james Otis Upon the wide green of the Newton High School campus stands the palatial Building III. There, the proper Bacon House Newtonians claimed complete jurisdiction. Clearly, the IBM room, the College Records Office, and the cafeteria were merely tolerated guests in Building III with space provided for them only through the grace of Bacon House. Bacon House, home of the intellectual aristocrat, is the only house at NHS with an oriental rug and a fine art exhibit in its commons room. The halls of Building III are lined with colorful historical prints, and a "price- less" painting of Columbus is located in room 528. Bacon House also supported the Theater Arts Center of NHS and claimed prestige from the fact that the Chief Executive of the school chose to locate his offices within the house limits. This year Bacon House organized a series of fine assemblies including a Christmas party, a cake sale, a Folk Sing, and a patriotic X-block clean-up campaign. Making use of its intellectual and cultural attributes, Bacon House, this year, proved itself a masterful Leader among Houses. House Council Carl L. Swan Homemarzer '- Sitting: john Salemme, Karen Cohen, Tom Hayden, Gerald Angoff, Linda Hern. Standing: Anne Barry, Marjorie Sullivan, Pattie Hern, Mike Zolli, Gary Rowe, jane Thompson, Sigrxd N ickelsen. 2 5 BARRY HCUSE Y 'sn Richard D. Batchelder I-Ioufemafter "The med key if fzluffzyx briglatf' Benjamin Franklin Benjamin Franklins words, uttered over two hundred years ago, came true this year in Barry House. Barry was centered around the "key of suc- cess" which hung nobly in the center of the commons room, reminding everyone of the many activities it opened. The X-block film forum, for example, provided interesting films on subjects ranging from politics in South America to Ghandhi. The key unlocked student spirit, enough to make the Barry House sale of pens, containing the school motto, a big success. In December, Barry House honor roll students sipped cider and ate donuts under the brightly shining Key. Each term a banner was award- ed to the homeroom with the greatest number of people on the honor roll. The contented member of Barry House was easily recognized any place in the school. He was interested and interesting, active and success- ful. His smiling face seemed to say, "I am bigger than anything tht can happen to me . . I am in the house and I have the Key." CHARLES F. LUMMIS House Council Scared: Sandy Wanburg, Ken Kasargian, Jeffrey Hahn, Dan Goldstein, Sue Wilkie. Stand- ing: Dick Donahue, Steve Adelson, Mary Proia, Peggy Halloran, Judy Paraggio, Carolyn Zoll, Susan Halewood, John Manners. 24 BEALS HOUSE "Let the far and the new unite . . ' Thomas Paine With its many diversified interests and activities, Beals House spread itself out "far and near," at the same time retaining an unquestionable unity. The physical characteristics of the House were also "far and near." Students were quite proud of their split-level house, and after X-blocks, those from distant 1324 and 1328 were crushed when they were instructed to use the halls of another house instead of the lecture hall of Beals House for passing. Such students wished so much to unite "the far and the near" in Beals House that the pressure they applied to the notorious traffic squad was often observed to be sufficient for the loyal students to gain passage over some of Beals House's sacred land. Numerous Beals House activities included tutorials for seniors, ser- vice projects in the West End, tremendous support and success in sports, intresting speakers on controversial subjects, a Cusuallyj efficient traffic squad, a distinct bookcover and coat-of-arms, a house newspaper, and a Music From Many Lands Show. Students from "far and near" houses often united in Beals House to enjoy a welcomed addition to the Commons room-a coke machine! House Council ,,,.,f-W' ' N. W First row: Tina Currins, Judy Dietz, Judy Lambert. Second row: Paul DeRensis, man, Bill Meissner. 25 A Richard M. Adams Houfemaftef l If Nx 5 '1 Phil Gil- PALMER HGUSE ,, FF fs MICHAEL B. GRADONE Homemafter A5 Maine goei, 10 goei the nation. American Political Maxim circa 1888 Back in 1888, Maine was, poltically speaking, a trend-setter. At New- ton High School in the 60's it's Palmer House, the first house to sponsor a dance and originator of a House Ski Trip. Mr. Gradone, the new house- master, enthusiastically pressed on to New Frontiers, supported by loyal councilmen. This year's impressive measures included a sophomore recep- tion, two cake sales, a toy drive, a Christmas Party, a winter outing, a commons room workday, a rotation-system honor study, and-most radical of all-a coke machine! Palmer House also sponsored a Folk Singing Assembly. Tony Saletan, just returned from a trip to Africa and Asia, sang folk songs from the exotic East, from pioneering Israel, and from awakening Africa. Palmer students, true to the spirit of their house, joined in the choruses with enthusiasm. House Council Row one: Tom Xweiskel, trearurerg Liz Kopans, Jerrelaryg Paul Piccirillo, rice preridentg Tim Putnam, pferidwzfg Lynne Marcusg Jon Berenson. Ron' tivo: Bruce Rodenhizerg Norman Pos- ner, Betsy Levine, Tim Weiskelg Gerry Mazor. 26 RILEY HOUSE "There are too many words in prose, and they take up alto- gether too much room." Edwin Arlington Robinson So, with apologies to Keats, we give you only an ode. Ode on Riley House Thou most spirited of houses, Thou who doth control the lower floors of building two, the green around the path- ways numerous. Thou to whom so many of us t give three years, Thou. Green is thine air and round is the pedestal upon which the leprechaun rests. But more than this, is life within thy halls, smile- fringed gaiety. Fair house, of green, and orange and black, who didst originate the sale of "Crumbles Golden," And didst sport the day of "Smiley Riley." Bold House, who entered sports with challenge in. Who came and left each game with grim spirit. Bold House. She cannot melt away. She cannot be forgotten while they fill the house with green spirit and responsibility. Oh joyful, joyful, ah fairl shared, thou ' WLS, House Council Fair House! ,K M Rachel A. johnson Houremarter .,-9 Row one: Maura McManmong Ken Kudisch, presidentg Ginny Hagelstein. Row two: Gerald Creem, Peter Seidel, Larry Bowen, Mike Feldman. 27 V Ab 'hu 7,4 Let me Live in the Home Q ,K By the Side of the Road . And be iz Friend of Man. 8 ANON I 'v-5' 28 58 af .f.ge4"'.:f '- 1 mfsmggf flfgm' r K ,fs Mme 'fig-wi A M W ' f G53 T323 QQ ' A , 5 w 55" V ,,.- , I ARR H 5E wall it : ' A i fi n X N 1 29 U5 . B!- I A , 1 xi l -no I' 'U X '1 ' . I I a I ""h .bmyir . I - X :I an 2 . Q 'gn , r I Q -if " X 'V' 'ff' -' f ' , h fl ' O g 3. - .-Q. -,- I , . Q Q 'Pl Ig' If I vrhniral High X Q 'C' ,. II, NEWTGN TECHNICAL HIGH SCHCDOL if 1' Mr Orrin M. Brawn Mr. Anthony N. Penta Acting Director Guidance "The mecbmzic Jfaozcld fit dozen among lererr, Jcrewf, weciger, wheel! . . . like cz poet among the letters of llae fzlpbabetf' Robert Fulton Newton Technical High School, one of the oldest institutions of its kind in Massa- chuetts, has a noteworthy educational record and has broadened the scope of Newton secondary education. The school offers programs in eight technical and industrial skills basic to American economy: auto mechanics, cabinet making, drafting, electricity, elec- tronics, printing, and sheet metal work. These fine Newton courses attracted students from other cities which have no technical schools of their own. The four hundred hard working boys, although primarily concerned with vocational preparation, recognized the value of academic training and could be seen among the school's other English, history, and science students. The AA, the Technical High self-rule organization, carried out duties similar to those of the Civics Committee and Orange Shield. just as the Associates Council insti- tuted "Downdressing" Bermuda Day, so the Tech High boys established a "Dress Up" vm '-,' in December, and appeared in the finest Beau Brummell tradition. if is the black smoke over Pittsburgh: it is the vast shipyards of Newport News, it is the si tl girders of the Golden Gate at which the immigrant marvels. This is the lndus- trial Anufritg.1 to whose future the Technical High School makes its vital contribution. 32 14' awawfwfe' I , ' ., Mew, M '- I Fin! row: Mir. Houle, Mr. Toscano, Mr. Braun, Mr. A. Penta, Mr. Hale, Mr. Cionti. Second row: , Mr. Reppucci, Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Brouillette, Mr. Gilmore, Mr. Doherty, Mr. Hingston, Mr. Somer- ville, Mr. Johnstone, Mr. Benson, Mr. Murray, Mr. N. Penta. OUTSTANDING PRINTING I STUDENTS , f 5 I I s I I I I Mr. Thomas Mangan, Richard Brooks, John Proia, Mr. Ernest Reppucci. I 3 3 Richard Brooks and John Proia, printing students at the Newton Technical High School, received Certificates of Recognition from the Graphic Arts Institute of New England. The boys were selected as Outstanding Printing Stu- dents to participate in the Career Day activities of the Printing and Publishing Week Program. John and Richard spent the day as guests of the Recording and Statistical Corp., a Boston printing concern. Mr. William McFarlin of Recording and Statistical guided the boys through a busy day of plant inspection as they observed the methods and machines used in the pro- duction and management areas of the company. At lunch time they were treated to a delicious meal at the Fox and Hounds in Quincy. john and Richard can be proud of their achievements as are their printing instructors and the Director at Newton Technical High. I-', A l The Verdict IJ Yours Make Room For Daddy Tbe Guiding Light Leave It To Beaver I 've Been Reading Play Your Huncb Wham My Line ,M -45 I 1. fa 4 K' A 2, Continental Claffroom s-L: , :dv , 0' ---- 0 -19' - Treafure' H 1171! Q x -- Q 1 O I 1 .is JJ! Uvfverz -f , 9 - . r, f f A lVim1'ou' on Main Slreet 5 9 +- 2 I x -X 5.5 fy 5- X Aw- .X 1- Fatlaer Know' Bef! 7' if Z, Concentration AJ The World Turn! ,li : - . ' 1-.la I 5 Angley on Art Who Do You Truxt 37 w- .. 1 . . .et Q. . , , fm. , . .K X .-.ENIFX 'fl "Z , vi' ,nexus Svmtnr 01111 mn 9 f x. u . if - . A fu . s . Q 4' , , -x , 1 . ju'-kr. - I. -1. -4., '.-fj-A-, .U '- w -,,, whgqv-, Ev" ,HN- 1' 1 , , '7 " I' 5' JY!-A" sr' Bgqxglm' x N111 Q- ' ' - v ,, "1 4- Q -"uw .2..v.3?5- " ' , T5 " an p If' 4 , ' -. ..',.,, Q .3 Y . ' . '. ,iw A . ,.'. - 0 fx. 4, ,v.,,g' is .gh .- JL ,H 2. vs c ws SENIOR CLASS ORGANIZATION I Sl "1 A I I I N i 4 rd .I U ' -4 -. f I X 1 I Immun reg. O Seated: Diane Housepiang Barbara Matthewsg Karen Manners, frearurerg David Andrews, fir!! five prefidentg Ken Smith, pferidentg Susan Anderson, rerun! :ire pre.-'iderztg Miss Gianferante, lZdZ'i50fQ Sunny Gratto, Jecrefaryg Judy Dietzg Karen Stoneg Roberta Flowerg Eleanor Wallins. Standing: Mel Hanauerg Roberta Richmondg Anne Kirkg Paul Piccirilog Sherrie Looknerg Pat Sissong Sid Blissg Nanci Blakeg jack Wattsg Lissa Hickeyg Peter Mooreg Ken W-'einbergzg Alan Mitchellg Don Rossmang Dan Goldsteing Arthur O'NeiII. f..,x 'l' 9 'fr Q", Miss Gianferante Senior Clair Adviser 40 History of The Closs of Our class history is a short one in comparison with the longer span of history we all hope to see. But it has been an eventful history and, as we are already beginning to realize, an important one. All of us rose, as it were, from private citizen to President, a rather amazing feat for over 650 students. Like immigrants to a new country we sophomores ar- rived at Newton, High School, a bit bewildered and in awe of our senior "forefathers," but ready and willing to make good on our own. The school was unbelievably crowded, and the tunnels and corridors a labyrinth set to trap unwary newscomers. We discovered that there were no elevators, in a spite of the expensive tickets, and that is really it possible to get to 23C. Our first year was also the first year of the house plan, a program which proved successful and pleasing to everyone, we all felt a lot less like IBM numbers than our pre- decessors did. As sophomores we witnessed the "civil war" that broke out between North and South. Losing old friends was sad, but seperate we must and did. junior year was a year of new things: Mr. Mechem became our principal, there were two high schools for the first time, the result: better education in Newton and more space for us. There was even a Second American Revolu- tion in our junior year: we threw out the old Newton High School constitution and drew up an entirely new one. Hurricane Esther canceled our first day of school, but soon afterwards we got started and had our first taste of self-rule with the organization of the junior Class Govern- ment. Under the energetic leadership of Mr. MacDonald we planned the Junior Class Workday on November 17, 1960. Over one hundred juniors froze their hands and feet raking leaves and washing windows to earn a total of two hundred and forty-four dollars for the New England Home for Little Wanderers. This year we seniors watched the new Junior Class conduct another successful Workday. Don't forget, you upstarts, it was our idea! Our Japanese junior Prom was held in February at Newton South High. Colorful decorations and careful plan- ning added much to the gaiety and success of the dance. A 1 962 truly wonderful time was had by all. l961 was the year of the Winter Carnival: SHOW statue contest followed by an informal dance. Bermuda Day, an- other innovation, was sponsored by the Associates Council to raise money for the Foster Child Program. For ten cents, everyone, including courageous teachers, was allowed to let his knees show for one day. The Junior year closed with S.A.T.'s and College Boards. What, me worry about getting into the college of my choice? The Senior year was one of wonderful last period studies, of confusion and frantic activity. "Gotta get those applications in, gotta cram for that exam." It was a year of local, national and world awareness for us: tutorials, dis- cussion groups, newspaper articles. A year of protest, we think-something about cafeterias and boilers. Back to four lunches again. Miss Gianferante took charge of us "Grand Old Seniors." A more efficient and enthusiastic person we never have seen! With Miss Gianferante as guide, we seniors, like the American pioneers, moved westward into Senior Supper. Our December 9th success was full of roast beef, square dancing, and that latest Cwestern?J hit, the Twist. In March our Senior Night, an evening of skits, entertainment and fun, got rave reviews, which was only to be expected as it utilized our class' invaluable talent, much of it earlier displayed in that wonderfully successful Senior Play, You Can? Take It With You. The college application Number-Board got pretty crowded towards the end. Congratulations, Senior! You got that job you wanted. So your insurance school finally de- cided to let you in? Then came the Senior Prom, the last one to be held in that doomed historical edifice-the Totem Pole. Graduation ceremonies are always impressive and memorable. They mark the closing lines of our Newton High History. But we finish this history as any history is finished-with the sure knowledge that there will be more and that the humanity which lived the history already recorded must live the history yet to come. 41 1 RAYMOND ANTHONY ACCHIONE 66 Clinton St., Newtonville Ray, Geronimo Fondest Memory of NHS: Foot- ball Games Suppressed Desire: Far beyond everybody's possible belief. Palmer: Day, College. Home Room Manager Z, Orange Shi f',1 ltl Z, Co-Captain 35 Tigerama Committee 2, 33 Boy's Athletic Board 35 junior Red Cross Coun- cil Z, 3, Ushers 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Football l, 2, Co-Captain 31 Track, Indoor 2: Softball lg In- tramural Sports 1, Biology Z, Music l. WILLIAM STEPHEN ADDELSON 26 Irving St., Newton Centre Bill Fondest Memory of NHS: Sum- mer School. I Prophesy That: The school will go on without me. Beals, Brookline High, College. Home Room Manager 3: House Council 2, Camera l, 2: Music lg Sailing Club l, 2: Marching Band and Concert l, 2, 3: Traffic Squad 3. STEPHEN MAURICE ADELSON 100 Hammond St., Chestnut Hill Steve I Will to NHS: One blizzard per week. I Phrophesy That: NHS will win all the state championships in '62- '63 Barry, Weeks, College. House Civics Committee 2, Boy's Athletic Board l, 2, 3: House Council lg International 1, 2, 3, Russian Club 1, 2, 3, French Na- tional Honor Society. JOHN PATRICK AHEARN 49 Faxon St., Nonantum Jackie I Will to NHS: The three terms that I missed. Pet Peeve: The long walk be- tween classes. Riley: Day: College. Home Room Manager I. NEIL AHEARN 37 jefferson St., Newton Neil I Will to NHS: All the desks I engraved. Chief Failing: Making up good excuses. Bacon, Bigelow, Service. FREDERICK E. ALESSI 23 Bencliffe Circle, Auburndale Fred Fondest Memory of NHS: Three witches of "Macbeth" by Miss Hamilton. H Pet Peeve: C-Lu nch. Beals, Presentation, Montreal: College. Folksinging 3. '3 PATRICIA ILENE ALKON 25 Hobart Road, Newton Centre Patti Fondest Memory of NHS: A cer- tain teacher in my sophomore year. I Will to NHS: The last period studies I never got in my senior year. Bacon, Day: College. Orange Shield 3: Senior Play 3: Drama Club 3, Future Teachers Club 3: Outing Club 2, 3: Stu- dent Office Secretary 2, 3. SUSAN S. ALPERIN 98 Garland Rd., Newton Centre Sue, "Alp" Claim to Fame: Having grey hair with "Pek." Suppressed Desire: To get into Harvard. Barry, Weeks: College. Civics Committee 2: Home Room Manager 1, 3: Orange Shield 3, Rally Committee 3: Leader Corps I, 2, 3, French 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers 3: Latin 1, 2, Senior Play Ticket Committee 3: Barry House Council 3. JERROLD ROBERT AMBROSE 250 Ward Street, Newton Centre jerry Fondest Memory of NHS: The day of the gas leak. Pet Quotation: "When in danger or in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout!" Adams, Boston Latin, College. Baseball 3, Basketball 3: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 5: Camera Club 35 Sailing Club 3. DEBORAH DANIELS AMES 109 Austin St., Newtonville Debbie, Deb Claim to Fame: Vanilla cokes and my shaggy dog hair-do. Pet Peeve: Short, short skirts. Adams, Day, College. Orange Shield 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee lg House Coun- cil 2, 3: Basketball lg Tennis 1, 2, 31 Badminton 1, Library 3: Music 3: Girls Chorus 3. "This is the PZLZCEH Brigham Young , "This generation 0 Arnericans has it rendezvous with destiny" IRENE HELEN ANDERSON 157 Stanton Avenue, Auburndale I Will to NHS: The books I carried around but never used. I Prophesy That: North will out- last Newton South. Palmer: Warren: College. Ushers 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3. SUSAN CHRISTINA ANDERSON 16 Royce Rd., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Being one of the BLASTING "ll" CAnne's and Stoweb "V": Cheer- leading '60, '6l. Suppressed Desire: To return to the Irasburg Inn. Palmer: Day: College Home Room Manager 1, 3: Or- ange Shield 2, 3: Newtonite 2: Tigerama Committee 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Cheer Leaders 2, 3: House Council 1, 2, 3: Lead- er Corps 2, 3: Stage Crew 1: Ten- nis 3: Latin Club 1: Sailing Club 1: Outing Club 1: Class Second Vice President 3: Class Commit- tee 2. DAVID ANDREWS 40 Foster St., Newtonville Dave Fondest Memory of NHS: "The Nation's Future" in room 238. Pet Quotation: "Don't count on it." Barry: Day: College. National Honor Society 2, 33 Camera 1: Chemistry 2: Radio 1: First Vice President of the Senior Class 3. CAROL JEAN ANGOFF 31 Channing Rd., Newton Centre Anggy I Prophesy That: Newton High will issue plaid slips for parking violations. Pet Quotation: "Beals house, stu- dent speaking." Beals: Weeks: College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Leg- islature 2: Newtonian 3: French 1, 2, 3: Outing 1, 2: Student Of- fice Secretary 1, 2, 3: Reflections 1, 2, 3: Sophomore Guide 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Newtonian Rep- resentative 1: Leader Corps 1. Franklin Delano Roosevelt ' 4 W-.nr GERALD HARVEY ANGOFF 25 Bothfeld Rd., Newton Centre Gerry Fondest Memory of NHS: Taking Chemistry with J. C. Hall as a sophomore. I Will to NHS: My position on the Cross Country team. Bacon: Weeks: College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Civ- ics Committee 2: Home Room Manager 1: House Civics Com- mittee 2, 3: House Council 3: Cross Country 2, 3: Debating Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3. ANTHONY ANNESE 167 Pearl St., Newton Tony Fondest Memory of NHS: Soph- omore typing with Mrs. Usas I Will to NHS: An elevator so that the sophomores who bought tickets can get some use out of them. Palmer: Bigelow: College. Orange Book 2: junior Red Cross Council 2: Camera 1: Library l, 2, 3. MARY ROSE ANTONELLIS 54 Lothrop Street, Newtonville I Will to NHS: Escalators in all buildings. Suppressed Desire: To be a Nurs- ery school teacher. Barry: Day: College. Basketball 1: Softball 1: junior Red Cross Council 1: Co-op Com- mittee 2. JOAN RUTH ARENBERG 207 Adams Ave., West Newton Chief Failing: Trying to make it to 1444, G-block from 23C. Suppressed Desire: To travel around the world. Palmer: Warren: College. Spring Musical 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers 1, 3: Library 1: Music 1, 2, 3: Or- chesis 1, 2: Stamp Club Secretary 2, 3. ALLEN GEORGE ASAFF 93 Hancock St., Auburndale Al Fondest Memory of NHS: My coaches. Pet Quotation: Izzat right? Barry: Warren: College. Baseball 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM LAWRENCE AUCOIN 92 Cherry St., West Newton Bill Fondest Memory of NHS: Hear- ing Mrs. Leone say, :Aucoin your going to get yours. Suppressed Desire: To fill all the Newton High School fire extin- guishers with kerosene. Palmer: Day: College. Home Room Manager l, 2: Or- ange Shield 2, 3: Music Board 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 3: Science Fair 1, 2, 3: Music 3: Rifle 2: House Traffic Squad 2. ,. 4 A --no fvfx .ny -I 'Ii' g LORETTA MARIE BACCARI 57 Allison St., Newton jumbo Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss johnson's Office. Suppressed Desire: To rollerskate through the tunnels. Riley: Day: Service. ANN MARIE BAGNALL 34 Park St., Newton Pet Quotation: "C'est la vie." Suppressed Desire: That some day, homework will be a thing of the past. Beals: Mission: College. BARBARA JEAN BAKER 121 Avalon Rd., Waban Barb, "B.B." Claim to Fame: First person to switch from Newton to South to Newton High each year. Suppressed Desire: To have all the Russian fallout blown back to Moscow. Adams: Weeks: College. A.F.S. 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 2: Russian Club 1, 2, 3: Interna- tional Club 3: N.S.H.S. Hand- book Editor 3: Publications Board Newton South 3. DAVID WILLIAM BAKER 393 Newtonville Ave. Newtonville Moose Claim to Fame: French. I Will to NHS: All the home- work I never passed in Bacon: Day: College. Orange Shield 1, 2: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Hunting and Fishing I. NEIL DAVID BAKER 15 Ricker Rd., Newton Blotcher Chief Failing: Forgetting Steve's sport page. Suppressed Desire: To have at least one A lunch. Barry: Bigelow: College. Newtonian 3: Drama Festival 2: House Council 2: Ushers 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: French 2, 3: Latin 1: Library 3: Chess 1, 2, 3. RONALD WAYNE BANKMAN 167 Parmenter Rd., W. Newton Ron Fondest Memory of NHS: The gas leak. I Will to NHS: My huge packing place from my scooter. Barry: Day: College. House Civics Committee 2: Or- ange Shield 2: Tigerama Com- mittee 3: Science Fair 1: Golf 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Gym- nastic Team 3: Aviation 3: Hunt- ting and Fishing 3: Rifle 1, 2, 3: Sailing Club 2, 3. .- Y al Q f 1- 1.55 rg. "Come, come, we shall be friends for this,, Thomas Paine DIANE JANE BANQUER 20 Gordon Rd., Waban Fondest Memory of NHS: That grand team of H 84 H. Chief Failing: Negativism. Adams: Weeks: College. House Civics Committee 3: AFS 2, 3: French 2, 3: International 2, 3. THOMAS CARL BARNES 51 Winthrop St., West Newton Tom, Joe Pet Quotation: What are you? Some sort of a nut! Pet Peeve: French and English. Beals: Warren: College. Football 1, 2, 3: Track, Indoor 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL BARNETT 38 Lodge Rd., West Newton Mike Fondest Memory of NHS: Dr. Navez's office. I Will to NHS: Notebook clip. Barry: Day: College. Meteorology 2. :ni FREDERICK GEORGE BARROWS, JR. 149 Cabot St., Newton Fred, Freddy Fondest Memory of NHS: Going to school every other week in my junior and senior year. Pet Quotation: Flunk now before the june rush. NTHS: Bigelow: College. Stamp Club 2, 3. "Ready to ride and spread the alarm" ANNE JULIE BARRY 30 Trowbridge Ave., Newtonville Claim to Fame: The projection room during 1960 vespers. Chief Failing: Gullibility. Bacon, Day, College. Newtonite Ad Staff 1, 2, 3, Dra- ma Festival 1, 3, House Council 1, 2, 3, Vespers 2, Leader Corps 2, 3, Field Hockey 1, Intramural Sports 1, 3, Cavalry 1 Outing 1, 2, Sailing Club 1, Girls Chorus 2, Commons Room Committee 2, Newtonian 3. JOHN MICHEAL BARRY 24 Newland St., Auburndale Jack Fondest Memory of NHS: My many visits to Mr. Hawkes office. Pet Peeve: Getting white cards. Palmer, Warren, Business. Orange Shield 2, 3, Rally Com- mittee 3, Science Fair 2, Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, Biology 2, 35 Radio 2. JOYCE FRANCIS BARTLEY 16 Edinboro Ter., Newtonville Barts, Joycee Fondest Memory of NHS: Being in my junior and senior home room with that certain someone. I Will to NHS: That there will be no more girls like Joycee and Susie. Barry, Day, Business. Orange Shield 1, Tigerama Com- mittee 1, Leader Corps 1, 3, Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, Tennis 3, Bad- minton 1, Softball 1, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, LaCrosse 1, 2, 3. ALFREDO BATTISTA 215 Austin St., Newtonville NAI., Claim to Fame: My intelligence and my looks. Suppressed Desire: To get an "A" in English. NTHS, Day, College. National Honor Society 2, 3, Ti- gerama Committee 2, 3, Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3, Adminis- trative Aid 1, 2, Vice President 3. Henry W. Longfellow 5 -J' ff? 'VP ANN ELIZABETH BEATRICE 143 Charlesbank Rd., Newton Ann Pet Quotation: "How bout that". Suppressed Desire: To be a model. Riley, Bigelow, College. Drama Board 1, 2, Tigerama Committee 1, Drama Festival 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, Ushers 2, Basketball 1, 2, Tennis 2, Drama Club 1, 2, Music Club 1,' 2. PETER WILLIAM BENSON 212 Mill St., Newtonville Huss, Pete I Will to NHS: Electric carts that go from 231 to 1444. Pet Peeve: Late slips. Riley, Day, College. Home Room Manager, Spring Musical, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. MANSON JOSEPH BENT 75 Adams Ave., West Newton Mance Fondest Memory of NHS: Look- ing at all the sophomores. Pet Quotation: Let it be me. Bacon, Warren, Service. Orange Shield 2, Track, Indoor 1, 2. JANE ELLEN BEREZIN 90 Forest Ave., West Newton Janie Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Sobol's English class. Barry, Warren, College. Home Room Manager 1, 2, New- tonian 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, International 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Orches- tra 1, 3, Assistant editor of Re- flectiom. GILBERT L. BERGEN 57 Broadway Street, Newtonville Gil Claim to Fame: All the talent shows. I Will to NHS: My old guitar strings. Beals, Day, College. Music Board, Football, Boy's Ath- letic Board. BARBARA ANNE BERIG 69 Karen Rd., Waban Barb Fondest Memory of NHS: "Blast- ing 11," "V", Annes, Stowe, '61. Suppressed Desire: To get to lrasburg Inn. Beals, Day, College. House Civics Committee 2, 3, Orange Shield 3, Newtonian 3, Newtonite 2, 3, Tigerama Com- mittee 3, Rally Committee 2, 3, Vespers 1, 2, Science Fair 1, 2, French,'Club 2, 3, Music Club 2, 3, Class Committee 3. er 1 5 x 'ia if -.fix 32 1 I. sv , I rf' ,n 'e 'v 2 3 'Ea fi xy .52 y I ,. 5' .SX Oni, 'ZS if G I NANCI ELLIS BLAKE if 4' :fag J - ' . I ' .4 AF iv- ' 1 f 1 N . 'I 4 Q. I , Kees SHARON ELLI. F 59 Salisbury l'fe'-:fron Fontltz-l 1-.m-',:ztvry' of NHS: All the classes 1 skipped without getting caught. I Will to NHS: More people like Sandy. Beals: Bigelow: Business. Theatrical Make up 5: Orange Shield 1, 2: Orange Book 1, 2: Vespers 1, 2: Ushers 1, 2: Base- ball: Basketball: Field Hockey: Softball: Art 2, 5: Home Eco- nomics 1, 2. ew. A Q I JT. PHILIP ANTHONY BONI 16 Park Lane, Newton Centre Phil, Boney Fondest Memory of NHS: Mad dash for a luncheon seat. l I-'fwofiesy That: In one-hundred yea- ff.. will be a seat in the lunchrot.. mr everyone. Bacon: ll.. ,- 'Sc-llege. Track, Outtlo- Rifle 1, 2. K ::---- - - ' fiaf. I F41 Vi' mi I 1 ?t r A HARRI ET LEE BERKMAN 412 Commonwealth Ave. Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore year. Pet Quotation: "Really?lll" "Ya don't say." Bacon: College. Newtonite 2: Tigerama Commit- tee 5: Senior Play 1, 2: Drama Festival 1, 2: Music 5: Art 1, 2, 5. 58 Barnstable Rd., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: "mix- ing" I Prophesy That: Mister Holmes will always keep his "scope and character". Barry: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 2, 5: Newtonite 5: House Council 5: Vespers 2, 5: Leader Corps 5: Stage Crew 1, 2, 5: Bas- ketball manager 2: Track, Out- door 2: Art Club 5: French Club 1, 5: International 2, 5: Music Club 1, 2, 5: Orchesis 2, 5: Class Committee 5: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 5: American Field Service 2, 5: Ofiice secretary 5. SIDNEY KIDD BLISS JR. 67 Waverley Ave. Newton Centre S.K.B. and Sid Fondest Memory of NHS: Senior English with Mr. Harris. I Will to NHS: One hundred and eighty-seven New York Times'- used. Riley: Christian High: College. Home Room Manager 5: Intra- mural Boy's Athletic Board 2, 5: Cross Country 2, 5: Track, Out- door 2, 5: Class Committee 5. JoHN FRANCIS BOUDREAU 155 Hancock St., Auburndale Woody Chief Failing: English, Math, History, and all my other sub- jects. Pet Quotation: "I'll give you enough rope to hang yourself." NTHS: Warren: Business. Administration Aids 2, 5. ROBERT BERNHEIMER 210 Bellevue St., Newton Harry Fleurb, Benny Fondest Memory of NHS: Thirty last period studies in one week in my senior year. Suppressed Desire: Censored. Riley: Bigelow: College. Newtonian 5: Tennis 1, 2, 5: In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 5: Gymnas- tic Team 5: Drama 2, 5: French 1, 2: New England Drama Festi- val Ticket Committee 2. F1 gg, , . . , Q Mg.,-, ROBERT WILLIAM BERRY 506 Webster St., Auburndale Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: Third floor building one. Chief Failing: -I.E.A. Adams: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 2: Stage Crew 2, 5: Baseball 5: Basketball 5: Intramural Sports 5: Rifle 5. "You urnisb the pictures and I'll znfnisb the war" PETER R. BOYADJIAN 215 Albermarle Rd., W. Newton Pete Chief Failing: The Cafeteria. Pet Quotation: What a rat! Beals: St. George: College. 5 , l X William Randolph Hearst ROBERT FRANK BOYD 8 St. james St., Newton Smaks Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. West's class. I Prophesy That: Frank will loose out. NTHS: Bigelow: Service. Football 2 , 5. CHERYL ANN BRADBURY 875 Walnuy St., Newton Centre Cheri, Freckles, Shorty, Mousey I Will to NHS: All my problems and heartaches of my junior year. Chief Failing: Always involving myself in someone else's lovelife. Barry, Weeks, College. Civics Committee 1, 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, Orange Book 1, 2, Ti- gerama Committee 1, Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, Dance Committee 1, 2, Ushers 1, 2, Tennis 2, 3, Caduceans Club 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2, 3, Span- ish Club 2, 3. RICHARD WALTER BROOKS 249 Lake Ave. Newton Highlands "The Printer" Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Papa. Pet Quotation: "Smarten up". NTHS, Weeks, Business. RICHARD WILLIAM BROOKS 468 Albernarte Rd., Newtonville Dick Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Leone's study hall. I Will to NHS: A list of all the places I was during G block studies of my junior year. Palmer, Day, College. Orange Shield 2, 3, Gymnastic Team 3, Rally Committee 3, Li- brary 2, 3, Trafhc Squad 1, 2. SANDRA CLAIRE BROUILLETTE 629 Watertown St., Newtonville Sandy Fondest Memory of NHS: Writ- ing notes on the desks in 1128 in my sophomore year. Pet Peeve: Sophomores who ask where you buy elevator tickets. Adams, Bigelow, College. Home Room Manager 1, Basket- ball 1, Tennis 3, Archery 2, Girls' Athletic Board 1, 2, Rally Committee 1, junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, Science Fair 1, Anti- Smoking Committee 2. BONNIE LEE BROWN 85 Hawthorne Ave., Auburndale Fondest Memory of NHS: The many howls with the "devi1s." Claim to Fame: Motorcade of '61. Beals, Warren, College. Home Room Manager 1, Theatri- cal Make up 3, House Civics Committee 1, 2, Orange Shield 2, 3, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Vespers 1, 3, Dance Committee 2, Bas- ketball 2, 3, Tennis 2, Art 2, 3, fl' If My wants are many . . . John Adams MELVER LORRAINE JOYCE ANNE BROWN BUCKINS 33 Wesley St., Newton 27 Gerard Ct., West Newton "Juice" Melvin Fondest memory of NHS: Look- ing for that certain someone after school. Suppressed Desire: To become Mrs. Bruce Pearson. Barry, Warren, Business. Orange Shield 1, 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Girls' Athletic Board 1, 2, 3, Leader Corps 2, Science Fair 1, Basketball 1, 2, Tennis 2, Future Teachers Club 1, 2, Li- brary Club 1, 2, 3. Fondest memory of NHS: My sophomere history class with the Big Pet Quotation: "Sweet" Barry, Bigelow, Business. Newtonian 3, Newtonite 2, 3, House Council 2, 3, Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, Cavalry Club 1, 2, Drama Club 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, Sailing Club 1, 2, House secretary 2, 3. House Traffic Squad 1. EDWARD F. BROWN 29 New Lexington St. Watertown Brownie Claim to Fame: That I am a walking encyclopedia. Chief Failing: Trying to win arguments with Mr. Toscano. NTHS: West jr. High, Service. Administrative Aides. ARTHUR JOSEPH BROUILLETTE 629 Watertown St., Newtonville Butch Fondest Memory of NHS: Bacon House Office. Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Bacon, Bigelow, Service. Basketball 3, Gymnastic Team 3. GARY DOUGLAS BROWN 349 Commonwealth Ave. Chestnut Hill Doug Fondest Memory of NHS: Walk- ing to classes with Penny. I Prophesy That: Newton will beat Brookline in 1995. Adams, Bigelow, College. Newtonite 1, Tigerama Commit- tee 1, Science Fair 1, 2, Camera Club 1, Rifle Club 2. 45:- ie 3. Y -as 1 KAREN LEE BURGESS 47 Freeman St., Auburndale Ker Cglaim to Fame: Motorcade of ' 1 Chief Failing: D.E.B. Bacong X5C'arren. Tiuerama Committee 1, 2, 33 Senior Play 2, 3: Drama Festival i, Q: Rally Committee 3, Ushers f: Science Fair lg Drama Club 2, 33 Home Economics Club 2. KEVIN G. BURKE 473 Concord St., Holliston Chief Failing: Everything I do. Suppressed Desire: To graduate. NTHSg Holliston High School: Business. Administrative Aids. ALAN BERNARD BUTLER 9 Simpson Terrace, Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: The gas leak of '61. Pet Quotation: "In the final analysis ..... " Riley: Day: College. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. ERNEST JAMES BUTLER 410 California St. Newtonville Skip Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Papa's English class. Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning for school. NTHS, Day: Service. JEAN MARTHA BYRON 22 Waverley Ave., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore year: especially a teacher who feels, "if you can't convince 'em, confuse 'em." Suppressed Desire: To be able to write like James Thurber or Sinclair Lewis. Riley: Weeks, College. National Honor Society 2, 33 House Civics Committee 2, New- tonian 3: Newtonite 3: Senior Play 3: Junior Red Cross Council 1g Music Club 2, 3: Russian Club 1, 2. GEMMA CACCIATORE 26 Rowe St., Auburndale Riley House. CHERYL ELEANOR CAMPBELL 122 Rand Terrance Auburndale Cherie, "Wifie" I Will to NHS: Four little brothers - one little sister. Pet Quotation: I wasn't born yesterday . . . The day before. Bacon: Warren: College. House Council 35 Vespers 2, 3, Stage Crew lg Music Club 2, 3: Student Ofhce Secretary 2: House Commons Room Committee Chairman 2, 3, Mixed Chorus Ig Girls Chorus 23 A Cappella Choir 3. VINCENT JOSEPH CAMPISI 31 Lodge Rd., West Newton Vinnie, Vince, Vin Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior home room with Mr. Chase. I Prophesy That: The gym team will win the state championships. Home Room Manager 3: Gym- nastic Team 1, 2, 31 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain Gymnastics Team 3, Traffic Squad 2, 3. DOMINIC F. CANNISTRARO 37 Ware Rd., Auburndale Dom I Will to NHS: More teachers like Mr. Rossi. Suppressed Desire: To under- stand what all the bells mean. Palmer: Mass. Hospital School. BARBARA FORTUNATA CA PELLO 825 Watertown St. West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Last period study on Friday in my junior year. ' Suppressed Desire: To get home after Sandy H. Bacong Warren: College. Civics Board 1, 25 Civics Com- mittee lg House Civics Committee 2, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: House Council 13 Junior Red Cross Council lg Leader Corps 1, 3: Stage Crew 2, Ushers 1: Science Fair 2: Home Room Manager 1. "Delay is preferable to eww" Thomas Jefferson ,-. -- "Hold the fort, for I amz coming? MARJORIE RUTH CAPLAN 60 Woodlawn Dr. Chestnuthill Margie Fondest Memory of NHS: Junior home room!! Pet Peeve: Phony's. Bacon, Bigelow, College. House Civics Committee 3, New- tonian 3, Newtonite 2, Orange Book 3, Rally Committee 1, French 1, 2, Music 1, 3, House Secretary 3, Class Committee 3. JANE SUSAN CARMEN 48 Philmore Road, Newton Janie, Shrimp, Midget Fondest Memory of NHS: Crans- ton game 1960, "V" for victory. Claim to Fame: "Freedom sit- ting," Hopping the fence in front of Dickinson Stadium. Barry, Bigelow, College. Orange Shield 3, Newtonian 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, House Council 2, Leader Corps 2, 3, French 1, 2, Future Teachers 3, Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, Junior Class Com- mittee 2. NANCY LEE CAROLINE 71 Montvale Rd. Newton Centre Fondest memory of NHS : Three teache rs whose interest and knowledge extend far beyond the classroom. Suppressed Desire: To organize a fighting union for the teachers. Riley, Weeks, College. National Honor Society 2, 3, Publications Board 2, Newtonite 1, Exchange Editor and Editor-in- Chief 3, Junior Red Cross Coun- cil 1, Latin 1, Music 2, Russian Club 1, 2, Heintzelman 2. JANET LEE CARPENTER 72 Homer St. Newton Centre Jan Claim to Fame: A Spanish friend CC. CJ. Pet Quotation: "I care, I care, I almost care." Barry, Needham High, College. Newtonite 3, Drama Festival 2, Basketball 3, Badminton 3, French Club, Future Teachers Club 3, Library Club 3, Outing Club 3. 5 MX ,s ii , General William T. Sherman N-.S if .Af-2 - "1 Y V.,- fir 'C' GERALD GEORGE CARPLUK 52 Crescent Ave. Newton Centre Gerry Pet Quotation: How bold. Suppressed Desire: To graduate from NTHS. NTHS, Boston Trade, Business. Basketball. RICHARD THOMAS CARROLL 57 Adams Ave. West Newton Richard, Rich, Dick Chief failing: Late hours ac- complishing nothing educational. Suppressed Desire: To never have to work, and be a million- aire. Barry, Warren, College. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Gym- nastic Team 3, Debating 1, 2, 3, Meteorology 2, Sailing Club 2, 3, Russian Club 1, Key Club 1. SUSAN E. CARROLL 30 Hazoljurst Ave. West Newton I Will to NHS: A fleet of row- boats for use in the tunnels. Suppressed Desire: To revolt against the Physical Education Department. Adams, Day, College. Newtonian 3, Science Fair 2, 3, Alpha Gamma Tau 3, Chemistry 1, 2, 3, French 1, 2, 3, Class Committee 3. JOYCE RosAL1E CARVELLI 25 Lawn Ave., Newtonville Mousie Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Hansberry's D block class. Suppressed Desire: To reach five feet and marry a six footer. Palmer, Day, Business. PETER JAMES CASALE 220 California St., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Society and Home. Riley, Service. GAIL CASSIDY 181 Newtonville Ave., Newton Red Fondest Memory of NHS: Summer of 1961. Claim to Fame: Raccoon coat. Beals, Bigelow, College. Newtonite, Baseball 3, Latin l, 2, Commons Room Committee 3, Office Work 2, 3. l 'z .1 rf N9 i 45' 45 f iwgji I if-r QF 1- rrk 914' 4 , 1 '2'-ff1:c1i:5i':. f 1"ffe:'- 4 '-at vi , r X1 'fn Q pfx I Y. Y 4 'J PATRICK FRANCIS CASTANO 49 Pine St., West Newton Pat, Irish Fondest Memory of NHS: A cer- tain someone with short hair. Claim to Fame: Fourteen study halls a week. Riley: Warren: College. FRANCIS JOSEPH CAUSE 380 Waltham St. West Newton Frank Chief Failing: Spending more than I have. Suppressed Desire: Make a mil- lion dollars. Riley: Chelsea: College. CHARLES MICHAEL CERONE 15 Cook St., Nonantum Buddy Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Rossi. Chief Failing: All subjects. Riley: Day. BERYL HELAINE CHANDLER 112 Brackett Rd., Newton Haya Fondest Memory of NHS: Gym Class. Suppressed Desire: To be as even-dispositioned as my father. Adams: Bigelow: College. Senior Class Representative: Art: Debating 3: Drama: Future Teachers 3: International 3: Li- brary 3: Music Club: Spanish Club. BARBARA ZITA CHASEN 11 Cedar Street Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Ex- ploring new ideas with some wonderful teachers and students and friends and other people. Chief Failing: Organizing His- tory and Philosophy Clubs: talk- ing too much sometimes. Barry: Weeks: College. Newtonian Literary Editor 3: Newtonite Free lance writer 3: Debating 1, Secretary, 2, 39 French l, International 2: Latin Club 1, Music Club 1: Sailing Club 1: Model United Nations 2: Barry House Forum 2. ALEXANDER JON CHASSON 294 Highland Ave. West Newton Jon Fondest memory of NHS: Brook- line football game in my junior year. Suppressed Desire: To get to tiarion N. C. during February station. Aiinig Warren: College. Home Room Manager 1, Orange Shield 3: Newtonite 1: Tigerama Committee 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Golf 3: Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Cross Country 3: LaCrosse Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 3. ". . . your huddled masses yedwzivzg t0 . . .H Emma Lazarus ROBERT JEFFREY CHERNIS 281 Prince St. West Newton Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Hamilton's English class. Suppressed Desire: To pinch EE. Palmer: Marvelwood: College. Senior Play. MARY LOUISE CHRETIEN 435 Wolcott St. Aubutndale ..LOu., I Prophesy That: By 1984 there will be no field hockey team. Pet Quotation: "O stab." Adams: Warren: College. Girls' Athletic Board 3: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3: Badminton 1, 2, 3: Softball 1, 2, 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 3: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3: LaCrosse 1, 2, 3: Outing 1, Treasurer 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3. LEANNE CHRISMAN 2 3 Trowbridge Ave. Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Junior year: Winning hrst prize in the winter carnival, all the new friends I made, and a 5 a.m. trip to Logan Airport. Suppressed Desire: To have all my friends happy at the same time. Beals: Day: College. Home Room Manager 1: The- atrical Make up 3: Newtonite Ad Staff 1: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 3: Drama Festival 1, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Ves- pers 1, 2, 3: Stage Crew 1, 2: Ushers 2, 3: International 1: Music 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1: Outing 1, 2, 3: Drama 2, 3: Future Teachers 3: Intramural Sports 1: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Com- mons Room Committee 1: Madri- gals 3: Sailing Club 1. THOMAS EDWARD CIARLONE 207 Cherry St., Wfest Newton Tom, Tommy Fondest Memory of NHS: All the times I didn't get caught. Pet Peeve: All the times I did get caught. Riley: Warren: College. Biology 3: French 31 Library 1. H' I tell you folks, all politics is applesauce ADRIA CY REL CIMO 200 Mill St., Newtonville .iYOgii, Fondest Memory of NHS: Junior English class with Mr. R. Suppressed Desire: To get D. S. Barry: Day: College. House Civics Committee 2: Ves- pers 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2: Tennis 23 Archery 2: Volley Ball 1, Intramural Sports lg Cadu- ceans Club 2: Drama Club 1: Music Club 33 Outing Club 33 Spainsh Club 2. JAMES BURTON CLARKE 38 Webster St., West Newton Fred, J.B. Fondest Memory of NHS: After first football game in "58." I Will to NHS: My little brother. Bacon: Warren: College. Orange Shield 33 Boy's Athletic Board 2, 33 Science Fair 23 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 33 Gymnastic Team 2, 33 Rifle 1. SANDRA ANN CLARK 9 West Pine St. Auburndale Sandy Fondest Memory of NHS: My home room teacher in my junior year - Mr. Chase. Claim to Fame: Summer 1961 on Sax Beach. Adams: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 1, Rally Committee 1: Leader Corps 2: Science Fair 13 Basketball lg Tennis 3: Archery 2: Badminton 1: Anti-Smoking Committee 2. NANCY GAIL CLIFFORD 17 Irving St. Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: G block study hurray!!! Suppressed Desire: To be a Nurse. Barry: Bigelow: College. Newtonite 33 Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2, 3g Junior Red Cross Council 3: Basketball 33 Badminton 33 Volley Ball 33 Intramural Sports 33 Caduceans Club 3: French Club 3, Library Club 33 Music Club 33 Outing Club 3. h . 6740 JOHN WAYNE CLISHAM 34 Bolton Rd. Newtonville Clish Fondest Memory of NHS: Cen- sored. I Will to NHS: The "A" lunches I never had. Bacon: Day: College. Senior Play 33 Drama Festival 2, 33 Stage Crew 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1: Radio 1, 2, 3. BARRY STEVE COBURN 8 jenison St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Schultz's darkroom. Suppressed Desire: To get all "A'S." Adams: Day, College. Newtonian 33 Senior Play 33 Camera 1, 3. CAROL MARIE COFFEY 59 Kilburn Rd., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Many laughs in Miss Wofford's sopho- more English class. ' Claim to Fame: Summer of 1961 when I met Johnny. Barry, Business. LINDA ALICE COFFEY 43 Crafts St., Newtonville Claim to Fame: Honor roll. I Prophesy That: In ten years NHS will build a student park- ing area. Beals: Our Lady's: College. Newtonite 33 Basketball 2, 33 Tennis 33 Softball 33 Camera 33 French 33 Science Fair 1, Inter- national 3. ALAN STEPHEN COHEN 97 Langdon St., Newton Al Claim to Fame: State gymnastic meet. I Will to NHS: Twelve hundred feet of used Johnson and John- son tape. Adamsg Bigelow: College. Baseball 1: Track, Outdoor 2, 33 Gymnastic Team 1, 2, Co- Captain 33 Traflic Squad 33 Elec- tion Committee 3. JEROLD ARNOLD COHEN 17 Glendale Rd. Newton Centre Jerry Fondest Memory of NHS: The 2:45 bell on Friday. Pet Peeve: Always hearing, "Par- lez en francais, Monsieur." Bacon: Bigelow, College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Newtonian 33 House Council I, 23 Basketball 1, 2, 3: Tennis 1, 2, 33 Intramural Sports 2, Bi- ology lg Physics 33 Sailing Club 33 French Honor Society 2, 33 Sports Editor of Newtonian 3. ". . . all this talk about the younger MARK IRA COHEN 67 Westchesr-1.-r Nex'i't..gv.'liie Claim lu My pushups with Mr. Fisher in 1250. Pet Quotation: No comprendo, Senor Davis. Barry,,DaY3lCOllege. Home Room Manager 1, House Civics Committee 1, Orange Shield 1, 2, Newtonite 1, 2, Drama Festival 1, 2, House Council l, 2, 3, Science Fair 1, 3, Golf 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Chemistry 3, Biology 1, English 1, 2, Latin 1, 2, Music 2, 3, Spanish 2, 3, Key Club 2. ARTHUR VINCENT CONNOLLY, JR. 175 Parmenter Road West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: World History class in sophomore year. I Will to NHS: Ash trays. Ao 'E-if Day, College. Hoff: 9-'som Manager 1, Orange Shielti f P - irball 1, Intramural Sports Gymnastic Team 2, 33 Ralig' 7.,a.:..II11II6C 3. .59 LINDA JEAN COLBURN 304 Otis St. West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: "Blast- ing 11," "V", Stowe, and "Annie's". Suppressed Desire: To make it to the Irasburg Inn. Riley, Warren, College. Orange Shield 3: Newtonite 2, 3, Spring Musical 2, Rally Com- mittee l, 3, Vespers 2, Leader Corps 1, Dance Committee 3, Stage Crew 1, French 3, Music uf 4 CAROLE ESTELLE COLETTI 40 Brookside Ave. Newtonville Fondest memory of NHS: My wonderful summer of 1961. Claim to Fame: "The Sluggettesf' Beals, Day, College. Newtonite 3: Senior Play 3, Leader Corps 2, 3, Tennis 3, Volley Ball 2, French Club 1, 2, Outing Club 3. 1, 2, 3, Sailing Club 3. STEPHEN H. COLPITTS 182 Melrose St. Auburndale Pet Quotation: "Time out kids." Suppressed.Desire: To make good in my senior year. Palmer, Warren, College. Golf, Ice Hockey. WILLIAM JOSEPH CONCANNON 279 Linwood Ave. Newtonville Irish Fondest lMemory of NHS: G block study. Chief Failing: NHS. Beals, Day, College. Traflic Squad 3, Football 1, Intra- mural 1, 2, 3. j j IEE - ROBERT W. CONNOLLY 32 Hersonn St. WatertOvn'n Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: April 5, 1961 143 MC. Suppressed Desire: Drive a motor scooter to class. N.T.H.S, Watertown, Business. WILLIAM VERDI COLLENTRO 193 3 Commonwealth Ave. Auburndale Bill, Willy, Will Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore English class. Suppressed Desire: To win a five dollar bet. Palmer, Warren, College. Orange Shield 3, Intramural Sports 3, Chemistry 3. gf generation going to hell . . . RUTH LAURI E COOK 62 Fenno Rd. Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Wait- ing for E. S. after school. Pet Quotation: I don't know. Barry, Weeks, Business. Archery 1, 2, 3, Badminton 1, 2, 3, French Club 1. HARRY GEORGE COOPER, JR. 112 Newtonville Ave. Newtonville Harry Suppressed Desire: To finally get my "4O" on the road. Pet Peeve: Diane. Bacon, Bigelow, College. Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3, Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3, Gynastic Team 2, 3, Football 2, 3, Class Rep- resentative 2. I x i l J MARCIA ,IANA COOPER MARY LOUISE COREY MARY DEANNE CORMIER 151 Hicks St. 10 Regent St. 14 Beech St., Nonantum West Newton West Newton Coop. Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Bailey's Math classes. I Will to NHS: Many more Ber- muda Daysj Riley: Warren: College. Newtonite 2, 3: Stage Crew 3: Basketball 1: Archery 3: Cadu- ceans 2, 3: Drama 2, 3: Library 3. Fondest Memory of NHS: Satur- day and Sunday. Pet Peeve: Climbing up to the fourth floor of Building one. Barry: Warren: College. Theatrical Make up 1: Newtonite 3: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2: Vespers 2, 3: Ushers 1, 2: Tennis 1: Debating Club 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 1: Music Club 1: A Capella Choir 2, 3. Dee, Ceanne Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Ehmann's English class. Claim to Fame: Graduation. Riley: Day: College. Basketball 1, 2: Archery 1, 2: Drama Club 2. l iifi' 'Ulm I, - alhpfviggr , 531.5061 TlJey're a lot smarter than I was at their a ge" LAWRENCE ROBERT CUCCHI 13 Bemis Rd., Newtonville Cuttles Chief Failing: Pretty Girls. Pet Quotation: Hi doll. Palmer: Day: Service. Workshop 3: Intramural Sports 1. Al 6 Sam Rayburn KATHLEEN FRANCES CROWLEY 46 Kingswood Rd. Auburndale Kathie Fondest Memory of NHS: The days I wasn't 'there. I Will to NHS: A pump for the tunnels. Bacon: Warren: College. Archery 3: Intramural Sports 1: Cavalry 1: Outing 1, 3: Sailing Club 2. STEPHEN LEONARD CREVOSHAY 41 Hamlin Rd. Newton Centre Steve Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Hamilton's English classes. Pet Quotation: "Be Specific." Adams: Weeks: College. Newtonian 3: Music Board 3: Spring Musical 1, 3: Music 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3. KATHRYN ELAINE CROSBY 78 Falmouth Rd. West Newton Kathy, Kath I Will to NHS: Chocolate milk in the cafeteria. Suppressed Desire: To slide down the banister in Building one. Adams: Day: College. Basketball 1, 2: Field Hockey 1: Volley Ball 1, 2: Rally Com- mittee 1, 2: Orchesis 1: Class Committee 1, 2. ROBERT MILLER CROSBY 44 Leslie Rd. Auburndale Bob, Beaureqard Claim to Fame: The classes I did attend. Pet Peeve: Trying to go out the Elm Road door of Building one and being told it was IN only. Adams: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2: Football 1, 2, 3. JOHN KEVIN COTTER 350 Chestnut St. West Newton Kevin I Will to NHS: Another "post" for Adams House. Pet Quotation: "You know it!" Palmer: Warren: College. Senior Play 39 Spring Musical 3: Drama Festival 2, 3: Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Sailing Club 2: Mixed Chorus 3. . fii + 1 1-E if 4 Z h ,AWB f. Q . MANFORD ERWIN CROSBY III 385 Newtonville Ave. Newtonville Skip, Teddy-Bear Fondest Memory of NHS: The April Vacation 1961: All the great kids. Suppressed Desire: To meet the U. of Buffalo cheerleader named "Toni." Riley: Weeks: College. Football 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Track, Indoor 2. 3 " . ROBERT JAMES CUCCHI 122 Hawthorne St., Newton Cooch Chief Failing: School and home- work. Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Bacon: Our Lady's: College. DAVID GEORGE CURLEY Durant St., Newton Corner Dave I Will to NHS: My soaking-wet trench coat. A Pet Quotation: How about that! Beals: Bigelow: College. Basketball 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. KATRINA HAWLEY CURRENS 222 Prince St. West Newton Tina, Tiencie Claim to Fame: Are you two twins? Pet Quotation: Perscholtowmn. Beals: Warren: College. Legislature 3: Home Room Man- ager 3: Orange Shield 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Spring Musical 1, 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: House Council 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Ushers 1, 2: Tennis 2, 3: Drama Club 1: Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Radio Club 1, 2: Ofhce Worker 1, 2, 3. HOLLY CURTIS 56 Charlotte Rd. Newton Center Holly Fondest Memory of NHS: junior typing class. Suppressed Desire: To go through the line in the cafeteria!! Riley: Weeks: College. Home Room Manager 3: Orange Shield 31 Rally Committee 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Stage Crew 2: Basketball 3: Art Club 1: Student Office Secretary 1, 2. ROBERT WHITLING DANGEL 32 Oldham Road West Newton Bob, Tex Fondest Memory of NHS: All the wonderful people I've known here. I Will to NHS: Co-ed gym classes. Adams: Warren: College. Orange Shield 2: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 3: Drama Festival 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3: Science Fair 2, 3: Ice Hockey, Manager 1. HOPE G. DANIELS 63 Perkins St. West Newton Wifie I Prophesy That: Someone, some- day, will control the cafeteria . . . Please. Pet Peeve: Why do they have to 'wil our report cards?! Kdams: Warren: College. fome ,Room Manager 1, 2: I range Shield 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2: Archery 2: Badminton 2: Softball 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Art 1, 2, 3: Drama 1, 2, 3: French 3: Science Fair 2: Outing 1: Stage Crew 1, 2, Scenery Manager 3. 'c JOHN ROGER DARACK 164 Kirkstall Rd. Newtonville Johnny, Red Fondest Memory of NHS: South High "Sweater Gang." Chief Failing: To get my car painted. Bacon: Meadowbrook: College. House Civics Committee 2: In- door Track 2: Intramural sports 1, 2, 3: Class Committee 3. LYDIA MARIE DARDIS 44 Swallow Dr. Newton Lower Falls Lee Fondest Memory of NHS: The many howls with the Devil's. I Will to NHS: My fourth floor history classes. Adams: Our I.ady's: College. Orange Shield 2, 3: Orange Book 2, 3: Drama Board 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Basketball 2: Tennis 3: Field Hockey 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Stage Crew 3: Ushers 2: French 2, 3: Library 3: Outing 3. FRED MAYNARD DAVIS 169 Washington St. Newton Fred Chief Failing: School. Suppressed Desire: To pass and graduate. Riley: Bigelow: College. Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: House Council 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Ushers 1, 2: Trafhc Squad 2, 3. RACHEL E. DAVIS 63 Lombard St., Newton Barry: Bigelow College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Home Room Manager 1: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1: Vespers 1, 2: English Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3. "I have tried so bard to do the right" Grover Cleveland "Damn the torpedosf Full speed dbedciv David Farragut JOANN EILEEN DECKETT 19 Davis Street West Newton Jo Fondest Memory of NHS: After the first football game in "58." I Will to NHS: All my books and white cards. Riley: Warren: College. Orange Shield 2, Tigerama Com- mittee 2, 33 Rally Committee 2, 33 Leader Corps 2, LaCrosse 1, Music 1. PETER L. DeLFINO 206R. Adams St., Newton Pete Fondest Memory of NHS: The tunnel. Suppressed Desire: To Graduate. Bacon: Day: College. Workshop 1, 2: Tigerama Com- mittee 2, junior Red Cross Coun- cil lg Gymnastic Team 1, 2, 3. JOAN ELLEN DELVECCHIO 44 Cook St., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: The Last day of school. Beals: Day: Business. Orange Shield 2: Leader Corps 33 Tennis 2, 3g Badminton 1. SONJA MARY DEMSKY 3,7 Cornell St., Newton Lower Fondest Memory of NHS: Al- ways being late to class. I Will to NHS: All my white cards. Palmerg Warren: Business. Q. x new -x.,,q PAUL RONALD deRENSIS 673 Centre St., Newton Corner Pet Quotation: "Don't stand there gaping - one! two! one! two! Beals: Bigelow: College. National Honor Society 2, 33 House Civics Committee 23 House Council 1: Science Fair 23 Chemistry 3, International 2, 33 Physics 2, 33 Chess Club 1, 2, 3: Folk music 3. BARBARA ANN DeSANTIS 59 Wyoming Rd., Newtonville Claim to Fame: Leading Newton High's Band. Pet Peeve: No, I'm not a Cheer- leader! Palmer: Day: College. National Honor Society 2, 33 Orange Shield 33 Newtonite 33 Rally Committee 33 House Coun- cil 3, Tennis 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1: Latin 1, 2, 33 Outing lg Spanish 2, 3 Majorette 2, Head Majorette 3. BARBARA LOUISE DeSANTIS 147 Linwood Avenue Newtonville Bobo Fondest Memory of NHS: Begin- ning of my junior year. I Will to NHS: My three sisters. Riley: Day, Business. Orange Shield 1, 2, 33 Orange Book 1, 2, 33 Tigerama Com- mittee 33 Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Archery 2, 3g Volley Ball 1, 2, 3. FRANCIS ANTHONY DeSIMONE 66 Hawthorne Street Newtonville Fran Fondest Memory of NHS: Margie. I Will to NHS: My locker. Palmer: Our Lady's3 College. THOMAS CARMAN DESIMONE 925 Watertown St. West Newton "DeSi" Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Walsh, Mrs. Boucher, and Mr. Kesselheim of Beals House. I Will to NHS: Ken Scheibel's "Peacock" Beals: Our Lady's3 College. Rifle 13 House Traffic Squad 2, 33 House Fire Prevention Safety Squad 1. SUSAN KAY DEUTSCH 10 Alden St., Newton Centre Sue, Sooki Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Chases' homeroom in junior year. Chief Failing: My grades. Adams, Bieglowg College. Home Room Manager 1, 23 House Civics Committee 23 Rally Committee 2, 33 House Council 2, 3:-Tennis 2: Archery 1, 2: French 1, 2, Anti-Smoking Com- mittee 1, 2. " " fri. , ., 3.3.1. ,- . .A I Fifi? 'sg ,aw 574, . gk l ii' 1-all! xg A . u gil is i 1 ' , ' .. 'W 11 ' , G 'Q 41? , ...v JUDITH ANN DIETZ 16 Hancocle Ave. Newton Centre Judy, Dooby Fondest Memory of NHS: The "Three Little Loves", Fotipade- hoho, "Pizza Parking" Junior year, Sophomore history class. Pet Peeve: Two high schools. Home Room Manager 25 House Civics Committee 15 Orange Shield Z, 35 Newtonian 35 Tiger- ama Committee 1, 2, 35 Senior Play 35 Drama Festival 15 Social Board 35 Rally Committee 1, 2, 35 Vespers 35 Leader Corps 2, 35 Dance Committee 2, 35 Stage Crew 25 Basketball 15 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Music 33 Orchesis 15 Outing 15 Class Committee 35 Junior Red Cross Council 25 Girls Chorus 3. ALAN DINNER 12 Kenlworth St., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Room 233. I Prophesy That: Dick Zilch will never leave Zabranchberg High. Bacong Bigelowg College. Home Room Manager 1, 25 New- tonian Ad Staff 35 Alpha Gamma Tau 1, 2, 35 Chemistry 35 Physics 35 Fencing 15 Class Rep- resentative 25 Softball 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. ROBERT LOUIS DiRUSSO 25 Scribner Park Auburndale Bob Pet Quotation: Be good! Thurs- day night comes but once a week. Pet Peeve: The food! Bacon5 Warren5 College. Ice Hockey 15 Indoor Track 15 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Com- mons Room Committee 2, 3. ANGELA MARIA DITTO 32 Manor House Rd. Newton Centre Angel Fondest Memory of NHS: Junior year at S.H. Suppressed Desire: To never stop talking things over with Judy. Palmer, Sacred Heart5 College. Theatrical Make up 1, 25 Spring Musical 1, 25 Cheer Leaders 1, 25 Drama 1, 25 French 1, 25 Home Economics 35 Music 1, 2, 35 Prom Committee 2. JAMES SPENCER DODD 40 Groveland St. Auburndale Jim Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Small's D block Algebra class. Pet Peeve: 8:10 a.m.! Adams5 Warren5 Service. STEPHEN EDWARD DONAHUE 173 Tremont St. Newton Corner Fondest Memory of NHS: The Strike. Palmerg Bigelowg' Business. Home room Manager 25 House Council 25 Football 1, 25 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3. F7 -4:5-Y,1 1 ' 'Vg' fix as ' W" 39 "These are the times that try men's s0ZllSH Thomas Paine ,-an v - -ww M- --ure V I :R ' 51 5 I THOMAS JOHN DONAHUE 354 Waltham St. West Newton Tom Fondest Memory of NHS: Sopho- more home room with Mr. Boyle. Claim to Fame: Never got a White Card UD. Rileyg Dayg Service. Basketball 15 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Traffic Squad 2, 3. KENNETH BLAINE DONAVAN 38 Warwick Rd. West Newton Fred Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Small's geometry class. I Will to NHS: All my white cards. Adams5 Day5 College. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Gym- nastic Team 2, 35 Rifle 1. ROBERT WYATT DOSWELL 19 Central Close Auburndale Bob, Doz, lover boy I Will to NHS: A good math book for Mr. Peterson. Pet Quotation: "Hey sweets". Barry5 Warreng College. Home Room Manager 15 Senior Play 35 Rally Committee 35 Science Fair 35 Football 2, 35 Ice Hockey 15 Gymnastics Team 1, 2, 35 Chess club 2, 35 Class committee, alternate 3. CHARLES ROBERT DOUCETTE 79 Faxon St., Nomantum Fondest Memory of NHS: Having pep talks with Miss Johnson. Rileyg Dayg Service. Science Fair 15 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1. 3. "The Holy Alliance" MICHAEL STARK DRAPER 62 Bellevue St., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Hall's opinion of Newton Plan. Pet Quotation: There is more than one way to pluck a pigeon. Palmer: Bigelow: College. Newtonian 2, 33 Science Fair 1: Camera 1, 33 Chemistry 3: Sail- ing Club 1. SUSAN RENEE DUBY 52 Orchard Ave. West Newton I Will to NHS: My school spirit. Suppressed Desire: To skate through the tunnels. Riley: Warren: College. Theatrical Make up 3: Newtonite 2: Drama 3: Music 3: House Oflice Worker 33 Chess Club 3. LINDA FAITH DUCHIN 52 Mayflower Rd. Chestnut Hill Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Holmes' "scope and character." I Will to NHS: A boat to trans- port people through the tunnels on rainy days. Barry: Weeks: College. Home Room Manager 1, 2: Orange Shield 33 Newtonian 33 Orange Book 2, 3: Drama Festi- val 3: Rally Committee 1: House Council 1: Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2: Leader Corps 33 Ushers 33 Tennis 3: English 33 French 1, 2, 33 Latin 1, President 2: Student Office Secretary 2, 3. SHELAGH AIANA DUGGAN 96 Waban Park, Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Blast- ing 11 "V" Anne's, Stowe 61. Suppressed Desire: To return to Irasburg Inn. Riley: Our Lady's: College. Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Rally Committee 2, 33 Vespers 2, 3: Leader Corps 2, 33 Tennis 2, 33 French 2, 33 Future Teachers 2, 33 Orchesis 2, 3: Sailing Club 2, 3. MARILYN VIRGINIA DYNES 74 Vista Ave., Auburndale Fondest Memory of NHS: The '61 Newton-Brockton game. Suppressed Desire: To have es- calators in place of stairs. Palmer: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 1, 33 Vespers 2: Music Club 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 1: A Capella Choir 2, 33 Music Night 2. GAIL SANDRA EAGERMAN 11 Madison Ave., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: My German 1 class. Suppressed Desire: To get a B.A. Bacon: Day: College. Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 33 Vespers 33 Ushers 1, 2: French 3: Future Teachers 3: Music 1, 2, 33 Orchesis 1: Mixed Chorus 1, 2: Girl's Chorus 3. PAUL B. EISEMAN 168 Tremont St., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: My English teachers. I Will to NHS: My chemistry notebook. Adams: Bigelow: College. Home Room Manager 1, 2, 33 Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 1, 2, 33 House Council 1, 2: Drama 1, 2, 3: French 1, 2, 3g International 3. CAROLYN ELSON 52 Byfield Rd., Waban Cookie Claim to Fame: The summer of 1961 on Sax Beach. I Prophesy That: We will be swimming in building one's tun- nels before long. Adams: Weeks: College. Theatrical Make Up 2: Orange Shield 1, 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 33 Stage Crew 33 Basketball 1, 2: Tennis 2: Field Hockey 1: Badminton 1, 2: Softball 1: Art 2: LaCrosse 1: Library 2, 33 Outing 1, 2, 3. ELLIOT A. EVANS 34 Priscilla Rd. Chestnut Hill I Will to NHS: Building four. Pet Quotation: "May we have it quiet?" Beals: Weeks: College. Newtonite Forum Editor 33 Spring Musical 3: House Council 2, 3: Debating 1, Corresponding Secretary 2: 3: International 1, 2, 3: Music 1, 2, 3: Dance Band 2, 3: Model U.N. 2: Orchestra 3. ROBERT ELIOT FACTOR 55 Cedar St., Newton Centre Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: Work- ing with Mr. Spink and Miss Ryan on the Drama Festival. Pet.Peeve: The I.B.M. machine. Bacon: Weeks: College. Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1: Drama Festival 2, 33 Vespers 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1: North- east Destrict Concert 2: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3. ....v . ':. '- M we ., 1 . JoHN HENRY Y7 36 Kimi-s ' if I Chief Failing: English. Pet Peeve: The "long" walk to school. Beals: Our Lady's High: College. Baseball 2, 3: Intramural Sports. I ELLYN LEE FELDMAN 17 Lombard St., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore year, April 11, 1961, and summer of 1961 with C. B. I Will to NHS: My hair. Beals: Bigelow: College. 3 Chemistry 3: French 1, 2, 5: ,fi , V. 1 -kill is 'itifaizigki . . mm., '15, 'Q ig, I Fond SHERYL GAY FAGEN 325 Newtonville Ave. Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Meet- ing on the corner before and after school every day. I Prophesy That: Someday there will be a tunnel from Building one to Building two. Palmer: Solomon Lewenberg Junior High: College. Basketball 1, 2: Drama Club 1: French Club 1, 2: Future Teachers Club 1. DEBORAH FARREN 14 Garland Rd. Newton Centre Debbie - "Scottie" est Memory of NHS: Fo- Ti-Pa-De-Ni-HoHo, the Cape, Claim to Fame: Doing those thirteen things with M.H. Barry: Day: College. Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 3: Leader Corps 1: Tigerama Committee 1: Tennis 1, 2: Field Hockey 1. PAUL IVAN FEINBERG 215 Franklin St., Newton Finni, Finebuss Fondest Memory of NHS: The gas leak: junior English with Mr. Jacobs. Claim to Fame: the one thousand dollars I made last summer. Adams: Bigelow: College. Home Room Manager 1: House Civics Committee 2: Newtonian 3: Track, Indoor 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: French 2: Sail- ing Club 3: Key Club 2: Ski Club 3: Class Committee 3. MARTHA FELDMAN 222A Pearl St., Newton Marty Fondest Memory of NHS: Crazy Friday night "Discussions" with the "kids." Chief Failing: Writing poetry at three A. M. Beals: Bigelow: College. Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1: Tennis 1, 2: English 1: French 2: Latin 1, 2: Tusitala 2, 3: Traffic Com- mittee 1: Tutorial 3. ,QQ 1 N ag 45 PHILLIP MAURY FALKOFF 2 Rowe St., Auburndale Fondest Memory of NHS: All our football games and fire drills. Claim to Fame: Playing polo on a vespa. Adams: Ecole Nouvelle de Pout Chailly: College. ri 'Q BRUCE DOUGLAS FANE 23 Eddy St., West Newton Moose Fondest memory of NHS: Win- ning the '61 Winter Carnival with L. and A. I Will to NHS: Cheerleaders for the Cross Country team. Adams: Day: College. Home Room Manager 2: Science Fair l, 2: Intramural Sports 1: Cross Country 1, 2, 3. "Beware 0 f all enterprises . . ." MICHAEL J. FELDMAN 121 Brackett Rd., Newton Mike Fondest Memory of N.H.S: Miss Stone's study halls. Suppressed Desire: To see the IBM machine. Riley: Bigelow: College. Newtonian 3: Newtonite 2, 3: House Council 2: Music 2, 3: Rifle 1. E Henry David Thoreau JUDITH A. FENNER 24 Bencliffe Circle Auburndale Judie Fondest Memory of NHS: All the football games Cherie and I didn't go to! Pet Quotation: "Hi Sweets" and "Oh yeah!" Bacon: Warren: College. Newtonite 2: Spring Musical 2: Rally Committee 2: Vespers 2: Cavalry 1. Ly 7 A . 1- X , ' C. S. 3 s S X ,,. , Rf ff' X Xl DONNA JEAN FIELD 82 Kingswood Rd., Auburndale Donna Fondest Memory of NHS: When I was a Junior and he was a Senior. Pet Quotation: See you in ten. Barry, Warren, Business. Orange Shield 1, Basketball 1, 3, Tennis 3, Field Hockey 1, 3, Badminton 3, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, Home Economics 1, 2. v if MICHAEL EDWARD FINN 27 Nobscot Rd. Newton Centre Mike I Prophesy That: The price of elevator tickets will go up. Suppressed Desire: To see the math teachers take their math courses. Palmer, Bigelow, College. Tennis 1, 2, 3, Track, Indoor 3, Cross Country 3, Alpha Gamma Tau 2, 3, Music 2, 3, Physics 3, Sailing Club 2, 3, Chess Club 1, Vice President 2, 3, Basketball I. LOUIS LOREN FIORENTIN O 31 Elm Street, West Newton Lois, Louie, Hey you, Fred, Louise Claim to Fame: My collection of red lights. Chief Failing: Major subjects. Palmer, Warren, College. Civics Committee 3, Home Room Manager 1, 2, House Civics Com- mittee 1, 2, Tigerama Committee 2, House Council 1, 3, Dance Committee 2, Science Fair 2, Motion Picture Squad 1, Field Hockey 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, Camera Club 2, Debating Club 3, Hunting and Fishing Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, Russian Club 3, Trafhc Squad 1, 2, 3. ' "Ami pile them high at Gettysburg" MARGERY ANN FLOWERS 240 Harvard Circle Newtonville Marge, Margie Claim to Fame: The projection room during '60 Vespers. Chief Failing: Keeping awake in "A" block study. Riley, Day, College. Newtonite Ad. Staff 1, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Vespers 2, Leader Corps 2, 3, Stage Crew 1, 2, Tennis 2, Cavalry 1, Drama 3, Future Teachers 3, Outing 1, 2, 3, Girls Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Ski Club 3, Music Club 3. Carl Sandburg PATRICIA ANN FLANAGAN 272 Cherry St. West Newton Pat, Patty, Shaggy, Fatso Fondest Memory of NHS: The books in my locker that weren't mine. Suppressed Desire: To gain weight. Palmer, Warren, Business. Home Room Manager 2, Orange Shield 1, 2, Junior Red Cross Council 1, Basketball 1, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Field Hockey 1, Soft- ball 1, 2, 3, Volley Ball 2, Li- brary 1, Outing 1. SUSAN JOAN FISHER 92 Garland Rd. Newton Centre Sue, Fish Chief Failing: C Block - junior year. Suppressed Desire: Success. Barry, Weeks, College. Drama Festival 3, Newtonian 3, Orange Book 2, Junior Red Cross Council 2, French 1, 2, 3, Inter- national 2, Latin 1, 2, 3, Music 2, 3, American Field Service 2, 3. WILLIAM M. FITZSIMMONS 50 Washburn Ave. Aburndale Fitzy Claim to Fame: "Margie" I Will to NHS: The flat tires on an old Ford. Barry, Our Lady's, Service. JOHN WILLIAM FOSTER 126 Chruch Street, Newton Bill Fondest Memory to NHS: Having the pleasure of meeting fine kids. I Will to NHS: All my school books. Palmer, St. Dominic's Academy, College. House Civics Committee 1, Orange Shield 2, 3, House Coun- cil 1, Ice Hockey 1, Camera Club 1, 2, 3, Rifle Club 1, Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, Football manager 1, 2, 3, Basketball manager 1, 2, 3, Track manager 1, 2, Baseball manager 1, 2, 3, is 1' - , f fir' 3 , .1 , i MARILYN ENID FIRGER 113 Brackett Rd., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Three clamrolls, a hamburg, and the unmentionable. Pet Quotation: "Where are we going?" Bacon, Bigelow, College. Home Room Manager 3, Tiger- ama Committee 3, Senior Play 3, Drama Festival 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee 3, Drama 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers 3, Latin 1, 3, Orchesis 1, 3, Assembly Committee 3. fc? ' . ROBERT CYNTHIA FLOWER 42 Gordon Rd., Waban Fondest Memory of NHS: Those mad 6:30 make-up nights. Q Claim to Fame: "Freedom sitting" Riley, Weeks, College. Newtonite 2, 3, Spring Musical 1, Ushers 2, French 2, 3, Li- brary 2, 3, Music 1, 2, 3, Orchesis 1, 2, Class Representa- tive 3. - 1 X , S JOAN LEE FLAGG 13 Cambria Rd. West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Friends, Fun and Faculty. Suppressed Desire: To have all my dreams come true. Bacong Dayg College. Orange Shield 33 Newtonite 33 Field Hockey 1, 33 Archery 33 Girls' Athletic Board 2, 33 Basket- ball i, 33 Golf 33 Badminton 'L Volley Ball 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Caduceans 2, 33 Student Office Secretary 33 Rally Committee 1. KENNETH STANLEY FRAMER 11 Leonard Ave. Newtonville Kenny Fondest Memory of NHS: The day I got caught for skipping one hundred and fifty G blocks. Chief Failing: Spanish. Bealsg Day3 College. Civics Committee 2, 33 Home Room Manager 1, 2, 33 Newtonite 13 Tigerama Committee 23 House Council 1, 23 junior Red Cross Council 33 Ushers 1, 2, 33 Science Fair 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Debating Club 23 Spanish Club 2, 33 Traffic Squad. MARGARET L. FRASER 17 Famington Rd. West Newton Peggy, Peg Pet Quotation: "O be my T. D." Pet Peeve: Having long hair. Bacong Day3 College. ROBERT GEORGE FREEDMAN 18 Hibbard Rd., Newton Robby Pet Quotation: "It won't be long now". NTHS3 Bigelowg Service. EDWARD MARK FRESHMAN 23 Charlotte Rd. Newton Centre Eddie I Prophesy That: Seniors will get out of every study hall. Suppressed Desire: To have va- cations to recuperate from other vacations. Rileyg Weeks3 College. Orange Shield 33 Boy's Athletic Board 33 Ushers 2, 33 Science Fair 13 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Volley Ball 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. - CONSTANCE RUTH "' FRIEDMAN 56 Evelyn Rd., Waban Connie Falmerg Weeksg Business. .!' is GERALD JACAB GALLANT 11 Choskle Ave., Auburndale Jerry Fondest Memory of NHS: Lunch time. I Will to NHS: All my books! Palrnerg Warren3 Business. PAUL LOUIS GANGI 190 River St. West Newton Squeky, Cow Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. West's class 1344. I Will to NHS: My seat in the radio shop. NTHS3 Warren3 Service. ALAN ARTHUR GARDNER 50 Charlotte Rd. Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Knapman's mechanical drawing class. Suppressed Desire: To tell Mr. Swan the truth. Bacong Weeksg College. Cross Country 3. HOWARD MICHAEL GELLER 73 Westchester Rd. Newton Howie Claim to Fame: The knowledge that one and one can equal three. I Will to NHS: Mv Cicero trot. Barryg Bigelowg College. Newtonian 33 Newtonite 2g French 23 Latin I, 2, 33 Rifle 1. "Honor lies in honest toil" Grover Cleveland IT.. "Lazy jokes' stummucks don? git ' L9 tzred Joel Chandler Harris JEANETTE HARRIS GERLACH 120 Church St. Newton Corner Claim to Fame: Doing the twist with J. S. in Copley Spuare. I Will to NHS: Ho-Jo's after Tigeramas. Adams: College. Rally Committee 1, 3: Stage Crew 1: Music 3: Orchesis 1: Outing 1: Girls Chorus 1. GARY GEOFFREY GIAMPAPA 542 Lowell Ave. Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Chemistry with Mr. Hall. Suppressed Desire: To take an esculator to 1450. Bacon: Day: College. House Civics Committee 2: Tigerama Committee 2: Social Board 2: Cross Country 2. CATHERINE ELIZABETH GILE 181 Auburndale Ave. Auburndale Cathie Fondest Memory of NHS: The wet tunnels in building one. Chief Failing: Trying to be understood. Adams: St. Joseph's Manchester. New Hampshire: College. House Civics Committee 2: New- tonite 2: Drama Board 3: Tiger- ama Committee 2: Basketball 2: Tennis 2, 3: Archery 2, 3. LINDA LOUISE GILLELAND 67 Hancock St. Auburndale Lin Fondest Memory of NHS: Short- hand classes with Mr. Wells. Bacon: Warren: College. House Commons Room Corn- mittee 2, Secretary 3: House Social Committee Secretary 3. fx 23 J . I li KAREN GAIL GILMAN 134 Langdon Street Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Eating pepperoni pizza and chicken wings with Judy. I Will to NHS: My slide rule and CBA Chemistry book. Bacon: Bigelow: College. House Council 35 Junior Red Cross Council 2, 3: 'Tennis 1: Cavalry Club 1: Drama Club 3: English Club 3: International Club 2: Latin-Club 1: Outing Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Student Office Secretary 2: Drama Festival Ticket Chairman 2. GERALD ALAN GLADSTONE 30 Sherrin Rd. Newton Lower Falls Jerrv Fondest Memory of NHS: Going to Newton South for one year. Suppressed Desire: To have the 'sore four' together all the time Palmer: Weeks: College. Home Room Manager 2: Boy's Athletic Board 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Music 2, 3: House Council 2. KENNETH EDWARDS GLEASON, JR. 16 Garden Rd. Newton Corner Ken Fondest Memory of NHS: Skip- ping stairs at 8:24 and one half A.M. Chief Failing: Never found my sophomore locker. Barry: Bigelow: College. Tennis 1: Track, Outdoor 2: Library 2. R. ANTHONY GLIDDEN 44 Shaw St., West Newton Tony Claim to Fame: We sure did build a monster. I Will to NHS: A couple, two, or three extra years. Bacon: St. Mary's of Waltham: College. Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Senior Play 2, 3: Drama Festival 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Vespers 3: Stage Crew 2, 3: Science Fair 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Gymnastic Team 2: Chemistry 1: Science 1. MARILYN GODFREY 88 Garland Rd. Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore year with Bobby. Chief Failing: All my subjects. Adams: Weeks. Orange Shield 2. ROBERT PAUL GOGUEN 29 Cherry St., West Newton Gogs Claim to Fame: More parking tickets than anyone in school. Pet Quotation: Censored. NTHS: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 1, 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Motion Picture Squad 1, 2, 3: Admihstrative Aids 1, 2, 3. suit, il 1 ZX ...Q if ' ha' ii.. K .E A ..-.4 ...lmqs from .5-K. Q---17 -.7 A-ff Mt: A... Qi? I 3? 62 JJ I MARILYN ANITA GOLDBERG 20 Holland Street, Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Work- ing with Miss Waters during my study periods. Suppressed Desire: To receive an M.R.S degree. Bacon: Bigelow: College. Vespers 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 1: Library Club 3: Music Club 2. JJANCY ELLEN GOLDBERG 32 Farlow Rd., Newton Nan Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Peterson's math class. Claim to Fame: A typewriter and a smile. Barry: Meadowbrook: College. Home Room Manager 1, 2: New- tonian 3: Orange Book 2: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: House Council 1, 3: American Field Service 2, 33 Drama Club 1: French Club 1, 2, 33 Student Office Secretary 2, 3: House Council Secretary 3. HENRY TALBERTH GOLDMAN 41 Vineyard Rd. Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Hal1's chemistry class. I Will to NHS: An elevator in Building one. Bacon: Weeks: College. Intramural Sports 3: Chemistry 3: International 2, 3: Music 33 Math Club 3: Band 2, 3. DANIEL IRVING GOLDSTEIN 544 Ward St. Newton Centre Dan, Danny Fondest Memory of NHS: Abner Bailey's smiling face. Chief Failing: I didn't solve the cafeteria problem-didn't have guts to blow it up. Barry: Weeks: College. Legislature 2, 3: Civics Com- mittee 3: Newtonite 3: House Council 3: Dance Committee 2: Stage Crew 2: International 2, 3: Associates Council Chairman of Election Committee 3. EDWARD SAMUEL GOLDSTEIN 171 Ward St., Newton Centre Ed I Will to NHS: All SMSG math texts. Pet Quotation: "That will be the scope and character of our next assignment." Beals: Bigelow: College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Newtonian 3: Drama Festival 3: Ushers 1: Biology 3: International 1: Music 2, 3: Rifle 1. WILLIAM H. GOODALE 85 Ridge St., Waban Bill Claim to Fame: Getting around V if parking problems. 1 f. Peeve: R. P. G. the Only. W 'L WS: Weeks: College. Civics Committee 2, 3: House Civics Committee 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: House Council l, 2, 3: Administration Aids 1, 2, 3: Class Advisor 3. PPA-OK.f!! V l JI! 43" Alan Shephard JULIAN ROBERT GOODRICH 51 Warwick Rd. West Newton Goody Fondest Memory of NHS: G block study senior year. Pet Peeve: C lunch. Riley: St. Michael's High: College. Intramural Sports 2, 3: Physics Club 2, 3: Representative to American Legion "Boys State" 1961. JUDITH CLAIRE GOOTKIN 55 Judith Rd. Newton Centre Judy Suppressed Desire: To see my report card with all A's. Pet Peeve: Homework! Isn't that everyones? ?? Palmer: Carter jr. High: College. Newtonian 3: Newtonite Circula- tion 3: Drama Festival 2, 3: House Council 3: Stage Crew 3: Cavalry 1: Drama 1, 2, 3: French 3: Music 3. RAYMOND GRACEFFA 184 Parmenter Rd. West Newton Grasshopper I Will to NHS: A full moon. Suppressed Desire: To see the white shoe laces. Riley: Day. ARNOLD ELIOT GRAHAM 11 Adams Ave., West Newton Arn Fondest Memory of NHS: Eating lunch at the Del. I Prophesy That: Girls' dresses will be shorter next year. Riley: Warren: College. Orange Shield 2, 3: Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3: Gymnastic Team 3: Cross Country 1, 2: Alpha Gamma Tau 1: Chemistry 2: Outing Club 1: Rifle Club 2, 3: Hunting and Fishing 1, 2: Rus- sian Club 3. ff:-I "I con ess to pride in this coming g'e7Ze'r6lti07ZU Franklin Delano Roosevelt JACQUELINE MERLE GRANT 88 Hammond St. Chestnut Hill Jacki I Will to NHS: My fdrunkl part in the senior play. Suppressed Desire: To have a watch band that stays closed. Barry, Oak Park 8: River Forest High, College. Newtonite 3, Senior Play 3, Vespers 2, 3, French Club 3, Music Club 2, 3, Orchesis 3. MAUREEN ELLEN GRATTO 15 Rangeley Rd. West Newton Sunny I Will to NHS: More spirit like ours and a bottle of Geratol. Suppressed Desire: To Find a better way to say Thanks. Beals, Warren, College. Home Room Manager 1, 2, Orange Shield 2, School Ex- change 2, Newtonian 3, New- tonite 3, Associates Council Rep- resentative 1, Class Secretary 2, 3. PAMELA LEIGH GRAVES 301 Islington Rd. Auburndale Pam Fondest Memory of NI-IS: The many howls with the "Devils". Chief Failing: E.B.F. Bacon, Warren, College. Theatrical Make up 3, Orange Shield 1, 2, Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3, Senior Play 2, 3, Drama Festival 2, 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3, Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, Stage Crew 1, Ushers 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Archery 1, 2, Art 3, House Commons Room Committee 1, 2, 3. MARTHA GREEN 37 Ashmont Rd., Waban Marty, Marth Claim to Fame: One educated dog. I Will to NHS: More outstand- ing Latin students like myself. Barry, Weeks, College. Orange Shield 3, Newtonian 3, Rally Committee Z, 3, Dance Committee 2, Ushers 3, Drama 2, 3, Latin 1, Spanish 2, 3, Student Office Secretary 3. FREDERICK LEO GREGORIO 33 Cottage Pl., West Newton Greg Fondest Memory of NHS: Watching our football team in action. I Prophesy That: Paul will make a million. Beals, Warren, Business. Home Room Manager 1, Orange Shield 1, 2. CLAIRE THERESA GRODEN 42 North St. Newton Centre Claim to Fame: I got through Chemistry and Geometry alive. I Will to NHS: My old, decrepit gym suit and my golf sneakers with the eighteen holes. Riley, Weeks, College. Orange Shield 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Golf 2, 3, Tennis 3, Archery 1, 2, Rally Committee 1, Student House Secretary 3. SUMNER IRA GROSSMAN 12 Hamlin Rd. Newton Centre Ira Fondest Memory of NHS: 1961 Drama Festival and Mr. Spink's cabin. I Will to NHS: One bridge, for students who have successive classes in 233 and 1450. Adams, Weeks, College. National Honor Society 2, 3, Newtonian Editor-in-Chief 3, A Capella Choir 3, Drama Festival Z, Alpha Gamma Tau 1, Drama 2, Sailing Club 1, Publications Board 3. JOHN JOSEPH GUILLA 35 Baker Pl., Lower Falls Fondest Memory of NHS: Every- thing and everyone. I Will to NHS: My parking space, two miles away. Beals, Warren, College. Gymnastic Team 1. JANET PAULA HAFF ER 106 Grant Ave. Newton Centre Jan Fondest Memory of NHS: Meet- ing the kids at "HOME", Three clam rools, and a hamburg, Com- posing songs with the B.M's, Iota Phi Sorority. Claim to Fame, Newport and Oldsmobile. Riley, Weeks, College. Rally Committee 1, 3, Stage Crew 3, Ushers 2, 3, Orchesis 3, Spainsh 2, 3, French 1, Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3. JEFFREY WILLIAM HAHN 59 Highland Ave., Newtonville Jeff Claim to Fame: Drama Festival. Acadamy Award. Pet Quotation: They're all rotten! Kasarjian. Barry, College. Music Board 1, 2, 3, Drama Board 2, 3, Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 1, 3, Drama Festival 2, House Council 3, Vespers 1, 2, 3, Drama Club 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, North- east District Chorus, Madrigals. X-4 1. si Q-xi X Y w i t s lr X .ar 3:5 , -,K 1 M3 TY i sf? SUSAN LINDA 15 Lin-ip--. . Wai? . .fl .Ala " Fondest Memory of NHS: The Band Exchange with Bangor. Suppressed Desire: To be a distance swimmer. Palmer, Warren, Service. Archery 1, Softball 1. ,V HARRY S. HARDY 89 Woodland Rd. Auburndale Spouse, Horrible Harry Happy Harry, Harry I Will to NHS: My Traflic Squad badge and membership card. Pet Quotation: Use your head. It's the,little things that count. Palmer lwarren, College. Newton..-f 1' Ice Hockey 1, Intrarnnf:-I ' -'its 1, 2, 3, Camera 1. -L Cavalry 1, Rifle l, Sailing :vit ,Y 5, Key Club 3, House H.-liar! 1, 2, 3, ki 724' ' ' V'-Z ' we Y .V ring X .-it. - -.4-,Z 2,1 tl li.. 1f 93: 9 I .N -s if 2' " MARYLIN CHRISTINE HALEY 35 Falmouth Rd. West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: All the people I've met and the experi- ences I've had. I Will to NHS: Miss Gian- ferante's terrific enthusiasm. Barry, Day, College. National Honor Society 2, 3, Assistant Home Room Manager 2, 3, House Civics Committee 2, Orange Shield 1, 2, 3, New- tonite 3, Orange Book 2, Tennis 2, Drama Festival 2, Drama 2, junior Red Cross Council 3, International 2, 3, Latin 1, Outing 3. MELVIN SAMUEL HANAUER, JR. 781 Commonwealth Ave. Newton Centre Mel Chief Failing: Not getting enough sleep in study periods. Palmer, Weeks, College. Baseball 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Key Club 3, Class Committee 2, 3. RUTH HANDLER 22 Chestnut Terrace Newton Centre Ruthie Fondest Memory of NHS: The gas leak. Pet Quotation: You Believe It. Riley, Weeks, College. House Civics Committee 3: New- tonian 3, Newtonite 3, Ushers 1, 2, Caduceans 1, Chemistry 2, Drama 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers 3, Music 1, 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Council 1. FRANCES MARY HARRINGTON 23 Evergreen Ave. Auburndale Tammy Fondest Memory of NHS: My Biology class with Mr. Seltzer in my junior year. Pet Quotation: "Of course I did my homework! I just can't find rt! l Adams, Warren, College. Leader Corps 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, Outing Club 1, 2. nn, BURT WHITNEY HALL 160 Chesnut St. West Newton I Will to NHS: Ash trays for all the boys' rooms. Pet Peeve: "Don't get shook." Beals, Warren, College. Home Room Manager 1, 2, Orange Shield 2, 3, Rally Com- mittee I, 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Rifle Club 1, 2. QX4 x X ' I 1 MARGARET LOUISE HALLORAN 92 Warwick Rd., West Newton Peggy, Marg Fondest Memory of NHS: "The six-pac." Suppressed Desire: To be 5'1". Barry, Day, College. Basketball 2, Intramural Sports lg Rally Committee 2, Secretary 3, House Assembly Committee 2. "If you wish to avoid foreign collision . . . JOHN N. HASKELL ROBERT HOWARD 59 Maple Street HATHAWAY Newton Corner Melrose Sf. Fondest Memory of NHS: Last Auburndale period study. Pet Peeve: Parking on Hull Street. Adams, Bigelow, College. Claim to Fame: Being elected to co-captain of Baseball Team. I Will to NHS: All the trees that Eddy has killed. Beals, Warren, College. Workshop 3, Tigerama Com- mittee 2, 31 Science Fair 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Music 3. " 'o 'WS Les ag f., . 3 N SUSAN GALE HAVEN THOMAS DAY HAYDEN SANDRA MARIE HAYES DEBORAH MARLENE 19 Neal St. 8 Eden Ave. Waltham St., West Newton HAY WOOD Lower Falls West Newton ' Sandy 15 Simms Ct., West Newton Sue Tom I Will to NHS: More People Fondest Memory of NHS: Those Fondest Memory of NHS: Sept. 9, 1959, sophomore Biology classes, and all the yelling and howling at the football games. I Will to NHS: One slightly used dimple. Bacon, Warren, College. Newtonian 3, Senior Play 3, Rally Committee 3, Caduceans Club 2, 3, Music Club 3, Com- mons Room Committee 2, 3. I Will to NHS: A shoe horn to squeeze ten more students into A lunch. Suppressed Desire: To slide down the Building two bannister. Bacon, Warren, College. House Civics Committee 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, 3, Orange Book 2, Intramural Sports 1, Z, 3, House Council 2, 3, Chemistry 3, Science Fair 3, Sailing Club 1, 2. I you had better abandon the ocean EDWARD CHARLES HICKEY 62 Evergreen Ave., Auburndale Eddie Claim to Fame: Newton High football. I Will to NHS: A good football coach, Bob Malone. Adams, Warren, College. -Orange Shield 3, Baseball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Track, Indoor 3, Intramural Sports l, 2. Henry Clay JOHN ALBERT HIBBARD 5 Channing Rd. Newton Centre Jack Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore home room with Mr. Boyle. I Will to NHS: My traffic Squad Badge CCaptainJ. Riley, Weeks, Service. Spring Musical 3, Vespers 3, Stage Crew 3, Ushers 2, Cross Country 1, Riley Traffic Squad 2, 3, Orange Shield 3. like Sharon and Barbs. Chief Failing: Always getting into trouble with a certain person. Bacon, Warren, College. Orange Shield 1, 2, Home Room Manager 1, Husic Board 1, 2, Spring Musical 2, Girls' Ath- letic Board 1, 2, House Council 1, 2, junior Red Cross Council 2, Leader Corps 2, Tennis 1, Debating Club 2, Music Club 1, 2. LESLIE E. HEAD 483 Auburn St., Auburndale U Fondest Memory of NHS: The Senior Prom in my junior year. I Will to NHS: One very used gym suit. Barry, Warren, College. Basketball 1, 2, Badminton 2, Softball 1, 2, Spring Musical 2, 3, Rally Committee 3, Vespers 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3. LINDA FRANCIS HERN 104 East Side Parkway Newton Limpy Fondest Memory of NHS: The fun I've had in Girls Sports. Supptessed Desire: To own a horse. Bacon, Bigelow, College. Newtonian 3, Senior Play 3, Drama Festival 3, Girls' Athletic Board, Secretary 2, 3, House Council 2, 3, Vespers 1, Leader Corps 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Golf 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, Archery 2, Bad- minton 2, 3, Volley Ball 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Cav- alry Club 1, Latin Club 1, Out- ing Club 1, 2, 3, Sailing Club 1. GEORGE THOMAS HESKEY 54 Broadway St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Walsh's study halls. I Will to NHS: My gym socks. Beals, Day, College. 1 crazy lunches. I Will to NHS: My mildewed gym suit. Barry, Warren, College. Orange Shield 1, Barry House Co-operative Committee 2. u. ...,,.a. 1 . , . KURT M. HERTZFELD 39 Sewell St., West Newton Fondest Memory of N.H.S.: Mr. Fortune's gym class. Pet Peeve: White cards. Adams, Warren, College. Motion Picture Squad 1, Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, Rifle l, 2, 3. Q 3 -ig '-- rs.. Q 15 1 VP " an If. 'saw' MELISSA NELSON HICKEY 215 Temple St., West Newton Lissa Fondest Memory of NHS: April 1959-1961, cheerleading, the Cape, Stowe and the I. I. Claim to Fame: "Blasting 11", 'V', Being an S.R. with Lynne. Adams: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 2, 3: Tennis 1: Rally Committee 1, 2: Cheer Leaders 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Dance Committee 1, 2: Stage Crew 1: Ushers 1: Drama 1: Class Com- mittee 2, 3: Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3. ROBERT C. HICKS 49 Rochester Rd., Newton Bob, Bobby Fondest Memory of NHS: Some wonderful people that work there. I Will to NHS: Study hall proctors. Riley: Bigelow: Service. CAROLYN HILLS 240 Otis St., West Newton Carrie Claim to Fame: Tincie's Twin. Pet Quotation: NurfCajonas. Adams: Warren: College. Orange Shield 2: Senior Play 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: House Council Vice President 2, 3: Vespers 2: Leader Corps 1, 2, 39 Stage Crew 1: Ushers 2: Art 3: Latin 1: Music 1, 2, 3: Hunting and Fishing 2, 3: Tennis 3. PETER BABCOCK HILLS 12 Bertrand Road Auburndale Pete Fondest Memory of NHS: The people I talked with. I Prophesy: Co-educational gym classes. Adams: Wai'ren: College. Science Fair 2, 33 Chemistry Club 3: Trafhc Squad 2, 3. GEORGE FRANZ HINTEREGGER 140 Newtonville Ave. Newton Chief Failing: Not lighting that match when the gas. reached the explosive limit in Building one. Bacon: Bigelow: College. House Council 1, 3: Track, In- door 1, 2, 3: Cross Country 1, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3. ARNOLD RICHARD HINTLIAN 784 Commonwealth Ave. Newton Centre Arnie, Inky 1 Prophesy That: By 1967 There will be smoking rooms at New- ton High. Pet Quotation: "Money is no object . . . it's the subject." Adams: College. Rifle 1, 2. . .- - . rn QI A X E I i .31 , 1 N 'W n l "Christmas is 0 Business" 'U67' BARBARA J. HOOK 76 Austin St., Newtonville "Barb" Fondest Memory of NHS: Dis- raeli and the Drama Festival. Pet Peeve: People who say, "Aren't jockeys kind of skinny." Riley: Cambridge High and Latin School: Business. Student Oflice Secretary 2, 3: Drama Festival Costume Com- mittee Z. MARGERY CHERYL HORN 26 Farguhar Rd., Newtonville Honey: Bones Fondest Memory of NHS: Foti- padenihoho: Weekend with the Poopers. Pet Quotation: Whadya' Crazy? Palmer: U.S. Grant High School Portland, Ore.: College. Theatrical Make-up 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonite 3: Tiger- ama Committee 2, 3: Rally Com- mittee 2, 3: Leader Corps 2: Ushers 2: Non-Smoking Com- mittee 2. JUANITA MARGARET HOUSTON 137 Hicks St., West Newton Nita Fondest Memory of NHS: Being a Senior. Claim to Fame: Warren Houston, Newton's star football player in '65. Riley: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 1: New- tonite 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 1, 2: Science Fair 1: French 1, 2: Majorette 2, 3. DIANE CHARLOTTE HOVSEPIAN 301 Kenrick St., Newton Di Fondest Memory of NHS: The great kids, the many laughs, and the wonderful football games. Pet Peeve: Harry. Bacon: Bigelow: College. Theatrical Make up 1: Orange Shield 2: Drama Festival 2: Rally Committee 3: Vespers 3: Bacon House Coop Committee 2, 3: Class Representative 3: Girls Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 2: Commons Room Committee 1: Student Ofiice Secretary 1, 2, 3: Orange Sales Chairman 3. and Business is Franklin P. Adams R" It ? '-T "A good many things go around in the dark besides Santa Claus" CAROL ANNE HOWES 243 Crafts St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: The "Six-Pac". Suppressed Desire: To live in Kingston. Riley, Day, College. Rally Committee 1, 2, Executive 3, House Council 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, Basketball 1, Intra- mural Sports 1, Student Oflice Secretary 2, 3. JOHN HENRY HOWLEY 414 Parker St., Newton Centre jackie Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Papa's room. St. Charles, College. PAMELA HUBERMAN 5 Cheswick, Rd., Auburndale Huby Claim to Fame: Painting my cellar wall. I Will to NHS: My red headed brother, "Ronnie" Riley, Warren, College. Orange Shield 2, Tigerama Com- mittee 2, 3, Basketball 1, Intra- mural Sports '1, 2, Spring Musical 2, Drama Festival 1, 2, Rally Committee 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Council 1, Vespers 2, Leader Corps 3, Stage Crew 1, 2, Music 1, 2, Outing 1, Girls Chorus 2, 3, Student Oliice Secretary 1, 2, 3, Associates Council Representative 3. DEBORAH HUFF 20 Asheville Rd. Newton Lower Falls Debbie, Huffy Claim to Fame: The only girl in my chemistry class junior year. I Will to NHS: More, More, More teachers like Mr. Rist. Palmer, Warren, College. Senior Play 3, Spring Musical 3, Rally Committee 3, Vespers 2, 3, Stage Crew 3, Caduceans 2, 3, International 3, Music 3, Mixed Chorus 1, A Capella Choir 2, 3. Herbert Hoover t badi-A A 5 l ,, .. E' V A an 'Rs LINDA' ANN HULING 5 Birch Hill Rd. Newtonville Lynnie, Dingle Fondest Memory of NHS: Blast- ing "ll" Labor Day, 1961! Annies, Stowe the jeepster, the parties, and all the many laughs. Suppressed Desire: To return to the Irisberg Inn - no electricity! Bacon, Day, College. House Civics Committee 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, 3, Newtonite 3, Senior Play 3, Drama Festival 2, Rally Committee 2, 3, Stage Crew 2, Outing 1, Sailing Club 5, Orange Sales 3, Club Boards DIANE MARIE HUSSEY 23 Pershing Rd., West Newton "Dia" -- "Huss" Fondest Memory of NHS: Foot- ball games, the friends l've met and G block studv. Pet Peeve: Being stood up by a tennis racked!!! - Beals, Warren, College. Orange Shield 1, 2, Tennis 2, Field Hockey 1, 2, Badminton 1, Volley Ball 1, 2, Rally Com- mittee 3, Stage Crew 3, Ushers 1, 2, Science Fair 1, Biology 1, Commons Room Committee 3, House Activity Committee 1, 2, Traffic Squad 2. ANDREW ROBERT HYDE 833 Commonwealth Ave. Newton Centre "Andy" Pet Quotation: Yaba Daba Doo. Suppressed Desire: To see three empty lots CBuilding one, Build- ing two, Building threel. Adams, Weeks, College. Home Room Manager 3, New- tonite 1, 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, Orange Book 2, 3, Drama Festi- val 1, 2, House Council 2, 3, junior Red Cross Council 2, Ushers 1, 2, Drama 2, 3, -French 1, 2, Music 2, 3, Sailing Club 2, Class Committee Representative 2. RITA BETH HYFER 70 Stuart Rd. Newton Centre Hyf Fondest Memory of NHS: Senior biology class. I Prophesy That: In ten years I'll meet 1.1. in Bethelhem, N.H. Barry, Bigelow, College. Orange Shield 2, Newtonian 3, Newtonite 2, Orange Book 2, Drama Festival 2, House Council 3, Dance Committee 2, Music 3, French 2, 3, Oflice Assistant 2, 3. DOROTHY ARLENE IPPOLITO 272 Pearl Street. Newton Poochie Fondest Memory of NHS: Look- ing for that certain someone in front of Building one. I Will to NHS: My parking space in the teachers parking lot. Bacon, Day, College. Rally Committee 1, 2, Archery 1, Badminton 1, 2, Volley Ball 2, Caduceans 2, Co-op Committee 1, 2, 3. LEE CAROL ISENBERG 20 Ascenta Terrace West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Proc- toring honor study. Pet Quotation: "You're kidding!" Beals, Warren, College. Newtonian 3, Tigerama Com- mittee 1, 2, Drama Festival 2, Leader Corps 3, Ushers 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, Future Teachers Club 2, Student Oflice Secretary 2, 3, Beals House Activities Com- mittee 2, Traffic Squad 3. ., ,, Y T! All.- -16 'Q 'Q I XZJIE , Iii., 'Wi I it :EFL -- ,. ., I L ,..,, UQ XF Q Ig GQ WI, . 3 NANCY NICHOLAS JACKSON 57 Hancock St., Auburndale Fondest Memory of NHS: French classes with Miss Waters. Pet Peeve: Not enough hours in the day. Adamsg Warren: College. National Honor Society 2, 3g Vespers l, 2, 33 Latin 13 Music 1, 3, Vice President 23 Societe Hnnoraire de Francais 2, vice president 33 Marching Band lg Orchestra 2, 33 A Capella Choir 3. JOAN SUSAN JACOBS 17 Sherbrooke Rd., Newton Joni, J.J., Yoni Chief Failing: Creating that cer- tain image. I Phrophesy That: In ten years I'll meet R.H. in Bethlehem. Adams: Bigelow, College. Newtonian Art Staff 33 Drama Festival 23 House Council 2, 33 French 1, 2, 33 Spanish lg Student Office Secretary 2. PHILIP CHAUNCEY JACOBS, III 53 Walden St. Newtonville Phil Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Hansberry's History Class. Claim to Fame: An A Block class at South High. Barry: Day3 College. Vespers 1, 2, 33 House Council lg Music 1, Z, 33 Orchestra 13 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3. RICHARD STUART JACOBS 33 Coolidge Road Newton Centre Richie Claim to Fame: I looked up while going down the firescape during a fire drill and wasn't caught. Suppressed Desire: To grease the tunnels. Beals3 Bigelow: College. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 French Club 1, 33 International Club 33 Outing Club 13 Russian Club 2, 33 Chess Club 2g Newtonian Ad Staff 3. SHEILA RUTH JACOBS 193 Pleasant St. Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: All the wonderful peopleg Mr. West3 Tigerarnas and the motorcades3 the gas leak. I Will to NHS: Dry tunnels and a football team that will come in first. Bacong Weeksg College. Rally Committee 13 Ushers 1, 2, 33 Drama Club 2, 33 French Club 2, 33 Music Club 1, 2, 33 New England Drama Festival Dance Committee 23 A.F.S. Com- mittee 23 Bacon House Commit- tee. WILLIAM GEORGE JEPSEN 297 Cherry St., West Newton Bill Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Schaw's history class and Mr. N'5fl"est's English class. I XX'ill to NHS: A Fallout Shelter. Adams: Warren: College. Ushers 2, 33 Baseball 2, 33 Intra- mural Sports 2,-33 Art 13 Tem- porary Orange Shield 2. "Nature is in emfnest when she mek cl woman" P i ff I - if 7 " -! . -'N f. f 3 . lf" ' - . A' "lllf,,,u,,1f ' K I 1 Q E L Q 49 1 N' I .xx .-up Q Oliver Wendell Holmes DONNA RUTH JOHNSON 7 Henshaw Ter. West Newton Donny Fondest Memory of NHS: My senior year. Suppressed Desire: To get an A or B in shorthand. Beals: Warren: College. Ushers 1, 2, 33 Rifle Club lg Sailing Club 33 House Basket- ball 2. ROBERT O. JOHNSON 35 Brae Burn Road Auburndale Bob, Bobby Fondest Memory of NHS: The Gondoliers. I Will to NHS: More teachers like Miss Hamilton. Riley, Warreng College. Spring Musical 1, 33 Vespers 1, 2, 33 Ushers 1, 23 Music Club 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 A Capella Choir 2, 3. ANN DEBORAH KAHALAS 20 Grant Ave., Newton Centre Chief Failing: I didn't "make" A.P. gym. Pet Quotation: Sophomore year, "you know?"3 senior year, "I don't know." Beals: Bigelow, College. National Honor Society 2, 33 Publications Board 33 House Civics Committee 1, 23 New- tonite 1, 2, Editor-in-chief 33 House Council, Parliamentarian 23 Ushers 23 Debating 1, 23 Cor- responding Secretary 33 Inter- national 1, 2, 33 Music 13 Latin lg Societe Honraire de Francais 2, Treasurer 3. DANIEL H. KAHALAS 20 Grant Ave., Newton Centre Dan I Will to NHS: Another house - Bigelow Junior High. Pet Quotation: "The meaning to life is living life" - Dr. Erich Fromm. Bealsg Bigelow: College. Alpha Gamma Tau 1, 2, 33 Chess l, Treasurer 2, 33 Latin 1. 65 Qu!- "The Open D001' Policy" DAVID NORWOOD KALLACK 42 Oakwood Rd., Auburndale "The Baccardi Kid" Claim to Fame: Howard John- son's Weathervane and Building two. Pet Quotation: "My Name es Jaun Peso." Barry3 Warreng College. Home Room Manager 13 Orange Shield 2, 33 Orange Book 13 Drama Board 33 Tigerama Com- mittee 2, Publicity Chairman 33 Senior Play 33 Drama Festival 33 Tiger 33 Ushers l, 23 Golf 33 Softball 2, 33 Art 1, 2g Drama 33 Hunting and Fishing 23 Physics 23 Radio 1. KENNETH PAUL KASARJIAN 149 Park St., Newton Corner Kasarge Fondest Memory of NHS: Sitting next to Mr. Mechem during the senior play in my junior year. Pet Quotation: Basically you don't wanna play ball - you're Licked. Barryg Bigelowg College. Civics Board 2, 33 Civics Com- mittee 23 Chairman 33 House Civics Committee 23 Music Board 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Intramural Sports 23 Spring Musical 1, 33 House Council 23 Vespers 1, 23 International Club 2, 33 Latin Club 1, 2, 33 Music Club 2, 3. JOHN JOSEPH KELLEHER 1745 Commonwealth Ave. West Newton Jack Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore English class with Mr. West. I Prophesy That: Air-condition- ing will be installed in all the buildings. Bacon: Warren3 Service. Workshop 2, 33 House Civics Committee 2, 33 Orange Shield 23 Science Fair 23 Volley Ball 2, 3. KENNETH PAUL KATES 941 Centre St. Newton Centre Kenny Fondest Memory of NHS: G block study. Chief Failing: Arriving to school on time. Palmerg Weeksg College. Tigerama Committee 23 Dance Committee 23 Tennis 13 Math Club 33 Publicity Committee for the junior promg Class Com- mittee 2. 1? gg RICHARD JOEL KATES 23 Converse Ave., Newton Dick Fondest Memory of NHS: Pass- ing from 23A to 1444. Claim to Fame: Three years in the same seat in the same room with the same teacher. Bealsg Bigelowg College. National Honor Society 2, 33 Publications Board 2, 3g New- tonian 33 Football 1, 2,33 Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3g Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 33 Alpha Gamma Tau Club 13" Biology Club 1, 33 Physics Club 23 Class Representative 3. MARSHA TOBY KATZ 56 Gay St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Rus- sian folk-dancing. Suppressed Desire: To be a Win- throp Woman. Palmerg Weeks3 College. National Honor Society 2, 33 Literary Editor 33 School Ex- change 23 Newtonian Feature Editor 33 Newtonite 33 House Council 23 Leader Corps 33 Inter- national Treasurer 2, President 33 Russian Club 1, 2, 33 Represen- tative to Associate's Council 2. JANET KEEGAN 26 Whittemore Rd., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Febru- ary 15, 1961. Claim to Fame: "The Sluggetts. Adamsg Marian High Schoolg College. Newtonite 33 Senior Play 33 Tennis 33 Volley Ball 23 Future Teachers Club 33 Outing Club 3. in GARRY SIMS KEIL 106 Fordham Rd. West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Hamilton's English class. Suppressed Desire: To see steaks lserved in the cafeteria for a quarter. Adams3 Day3 College. Baseball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 33 Ice Hockey 23 Intramural Sports 23 Cross Country 1, 2, 3. JANET MARIE KENNEALY 227 Linwood Ave. Newtonville Jan Fondest Memory of NHS: The day the gas pipes broke. Pet Quotation: Get serious. Barryg Day: Business. Basketball 13,Badminton 33 Soft- ball 33 Rally Committee 23 Li- brary 1. LAWRENCE GEORGE KENT 412 California St. Newtonville Larry Chief Failing: Dorothy. Suppressed Desire: Not to have my desires suppressed. Adams3 Day3 College. Track, Indoor 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 1, 23 Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3. A '-fa 'Z 3 1. DOROTHY L. KIT?- 41S Hom- 4: lx-lt'.'." 4 Q gr imzrtj I 'Wisi to NHS: A moldy locker shared by three girls. Chief. Failing: Getting up in the morning. Palmer: Weeks: College. Rally Committee 1: House Coun- cil 3: Basketball 1: Field Hockey 1: Archery 1. -ff? Wifi.-T fix-W 0 M , J ' 3 -"1 3 'K -av' DAVID JEWETT KLOTZLE 53 Edward Rd., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: My mental breakdown in Psychology Class. I Will to NHS: A winning foot- ball team next year. Barry Day: College. Offif-lf' fiffcld 3: Science Fair lg I .Himmittee 3. MELVIN JOEL KIMMEL 22 Westbourne Rd. Newton Centre Mel Fondest Memory of NHS: My English teacher on burmuda shorts day fwowj ! Pet Peeve: Building one has too many floors. Adams: Bigelow: College. Newtonian 1: French 2: Inter- national 1. LESLIE JILL KIRSHNER 19 Ruane Rd. West Newton Les, "Miss Jones" last will and testament of F block sophomore year. Suppressed Desire: To sail a boat thru the tunnels. Barry: Warren: College. Newtonian 33 Dance Committee 2: Stage Crew 1: Caduceans 1, 2, President 3: Latin 1, 2, 3: Music 2, 3: Spanish 3: Oflice Assistant 3. Mixed Chorus 1. SUSAN JANE KLAMBERG 29 Converse Ave., Newton Sue Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior year, J. S., and all the great kids I've met. Chief Failing: Wearing green and white to the Cranston game. Barry: Bigelow: College. Home Room Manager 1: House Civics Committee 2, 3: New- tonian 3: House Council 2, Presi- dent 3: French 3: Office Assistant 1, 3: Co-Chairman House As- semblies 2. LINDA ANNE KNOFF 10 Day St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: "Fori- padnihoho" - compliments of the Tribe. Pet Peeve: No, I'm not SHerrie! Riley: Warren: College. Newtonite 1, 2, 3: Orange Book 2: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2: Rally Committee 1, 3: House Council 1, 2, 3: Vespers 2: Music 1, 2: Spanish 2: Student Office Secretary 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 1. Lie' CLAIRE LYNNE KINGSBURY 53 Charlotte Rd. Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Spink's junior Public Speaking class. I Prophesy That: Newton High will continue to be an outstand- ing high school. Palmerg Weeks: College. x AE... ANNE W. KIRK 20 Morse Rd., Newtonville Annie Fondest Memory of NHS: "Blast- ing 11": Cheeringg the Cape weekend: Stowe and all the great kids. Beals: Day: College. Tigerama Committee 1, 2: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Cheer Leader 2, Head 3: House Council 2: Leader Corps 2, 3: Stage Crew 1: Tennis 3: Outing 1: Sailing Club 1: Class Representative 2, 3: Trafhc Squad 3: Orange Shield 3. U A chicken in every pot Herbert Hoover ALAN WILLIAM KNOX 105 Fairway Dr. West Newton Al Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Hazard's World History class. Pet Peeve: Walking up four floors of Building one each morning. Beals: Day: College. Assistant Home Room Manager lg Newtonian 1: Track, Indoor 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2. PHYLLIS DIANE KOVACS 57 Grafton Street Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Leaky tunnels. I Will to NHS: My Brooklyn accent. Bacon: James Madison Jr. High: College. Outing Club 3: Spanish Club 3: Folk Singing Club 3. IQ. I. s 1 it , 'si haf 3 TOBY ANN KRASNOO 19 Loring St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Foti- padenihoho-compliments of the tribe. Suppressed Desire: A cigar band. Riley: Bigelow, College. Newtonian 3, Newtonite 1, 2, 35 Orange Book 2, Rally Com- mittee 3: Caduceans Club 3: Chemistry Club 2. WILLIAM MICHAEL KENNETH HARRY NANCY EDITH KUDISH KRINSKY KUDISCH 560 Chesnut St., Waban 43 Philmore Rd., Newton 23 Kenilworth St. Fondest Memory of NHS: The Bm Newton day the gas line broke and I ate Ken lunch at B.H.S. Fondest Memory of NHS: "The play's the thing." I Prophesy That: There will never be another class like Mrs. Diehl's '61 European history class. Barry: Bigelow, College. Drama Board 2, 3: Senior Play 3, Drama Festival 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 1, Treasurer 2, President 3. Fondest Memory of NHS: The benefits of the house plan: having classes in all three buildings!!!! Suppressed Desire: To have B lunch when I'm not on the fourth floor of Building one. Riley: Bigelow, College. 'Newtonian 33 Senior Play 3: House Council President 3: Ushers 2: American Field Service 3: French 3: Intramural Sports "A sea 0 f upturned faces" Daniel webs... LESLIE ANNE LAROSEE 6 Jasset Street, Newton Pet Quotation: "Don't panic!" Suppressed Desire: To someday be Mrs. P.H.D. Palmer, Our Lady's High, Busi- ness. 1 Z? I -. .1 I 1 SUSAN PATRICIA LANE 561 Watertown St. Newtonville Sue Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Fraktman's sophomore world his- tory class. Pet Peeve: People who call me Susie. Bacon, Day: College. Archery. 1, 2, 3. LUCILLE ELIZABETH KUMSTIS 44 Clinton St., Newton I Will to NHS: Escalators or elevators, whichever is cheaper. Pet Peeve: English 1-4 G block. Adams, Ascension, Worcester, College. Future Teachers Club 1, Outing Club 1. JOHN EUGENE LAMB 32 Rustic St., Nonantum Jack Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Pet Peeve: School. NTHS: Warren, Business. CHERYL RUTH LAMKIN 6 Clarendon St. Newtonville Cherie Fondest Memory of NHS: The many howls we had rehears- ing for the senior play. Suppressed Desire: To reach 5' Z". Barry: Bigelowg College. Newtonian 3, Newtonite 2, Sen- ior Play 3g Drama Festival 3, Ushers 2: French Club 1, 3, Fu- ture Teachers Club 1, 33 Library Club 2, 3g Sailing Club 2, 33 N. E. Arts Festival Sign Committee 2. 'VY .r-J CJ f W , F... E I Will to NHS: A life boat for the tunnels. Riley, Weeks, College. Senior Play 33 Archery 2, 33 Art 2: Caduceans 3, Drama Club 13 Modern Dance Club lg Mixed Chorus 1. V3 DAVID ALAN LAMBERT 503 California St., Newtonville Chops Fondest Memory of NHS: Play- ing baseball with Mr. Malone and his science class. I Will to NHS: A juke box for the cafeteria. Riley: Day, Service. "s ' 'I TNQ: zz' X. r if ' rv' ,. Au, , .1615 J' .'. '? Si. , ,,.. tv ul lb '3' 4 .Jil -A A, , 'E' ' 'rr . '31 'J A .4 jf. DONNA RUTH LAVERS 20 Elsworth Road West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Senior last period study. I Will to NHS: An 8th house - the "Del." Bacon: Day: College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Ushers 33 Basketball 1: Cadu- ceanr. 31 Outing Club 1. MARY FLORENCE LAYTON 48 Richardson Street Newton Blondie, Little One I Will to NHS: A moldy locker shared by three girls. Suppressed Desire: To ride to the fourth floor of Building one in an elevator. Palmer: Bigelow: Business. Newtonite 2, 3: Rally Committee 1: Leader Corps 3: Basketball 1: Softball 1: Library Club 2. CHESTER J. LEARY 30 Middle, Newton Chet I Will to NHS: My seat in Pal- mer oflice. Suppressed Desire: Not to have an oflice. Palmer: Day: Business. THOMAS DAVID LEAVITT 36 College Road Chestnut Hill Tom I Will to NHS: Waitresses for the lunchroom. Suppressed Desire: To retire at 21. Bacon: Weeks: College. Debating Club 2, 3: International Club 1, 2, 3: Chess 'Club 1: Rus- sian Club l, 2, 3. GRAY YEE LEE 363 Watertown Street Nornantum Fondest Memory of NHS: Right building, right floor, right room, but wrong period! I Will to NHS: To have one more building. Bacon: Day: College. THOMAS FRANCIS LEEHAN 246 Cherry Street West Newton Tuck, Obie, Big Tom I Will to NHS: My younger ljforher and my worn down pen- -iff, Bacon: Warren: College. 'Workshop 1: Orange Shield 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Gymnastic Team 3: Cavalry Club 1, 2: Hunting and Fishing 3: Sailing Club 1, 2. vii .l 1 sl,-f ROBERT GEORGE LEELAND 100 Pine Grove Ave. Newton Lower Falls Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: The tough football practices. I Will to NHS: The "guts" to complete J. C. Hall's class. Palmer: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 1: Baseball 1: Football 1, 2, 3: Track, In- door 3. LOUISE ELAINE LEMCHEN 83 Ferncraft Rd., Waban Louisa Fondest Memory of NHS: Sum- mer vacations! I Will to NHS: FOTIPADENI- HOHO. Riley: Meadowbrook: College. Orange Shield 2, 3: Orange Book 2, 3: Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Supper Committee 3. JOHN JOSEPH LEONE 262 Webster St., Auburndale Hawk, Jay Claim to Fame: Having class. Pet Quotation: LuLu. NTHS: W'arren: Service. Ice Hockey 1, 2. JOSEPHINE LEONE 9 Cottage Court, Newton Jozo Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Lerner's history class. I Will to NHS: My memories. Barry: Day: Business. "All we ask is to be let alone" Abraham Lincoln ..,,,n "A mam? feet should be long enough to reach the grozmdf' MARGERY SUSAN LEVI 21 Edward Rd. West Newton Margie Fondest Memory of NHS: Ber- muda Day at Newton High School. Claim to Fame: M. I. T. Boys. Adams: Day, College. Theatrical Make Up 3, Newton- ian 39 Newtonite 2: Drama Fes- tival 1, 25 Ushers 1, 2: Future Teachers 3, Office Assistant. PAULETTE BARBARA LEVINE 17 Lombard St., Newton Patout, Paul Pet Quotation: Oh, no! Don't fizz! l l Pet Peeve: Drive-ins! Huh El- lyn, Joyce, and Ronny?!?! Barry: Bigelow: College. House Civics Committee' 2, 33 Tigerama Committee 1, 3: Drama Festival 2: Ushers 2: French 1, 2, 3. ROBERTA FAY LEVINE 131 Bishopsgate Rd. Newton Centre Bo-bo Fondest Memory of NHS: Junior English with Mrs. Ehmann. Pet Peeve: Running from 236 to 1450 and being made to give a reason for being tardyl Palmer, Weeks: College. Home Room Manager 25 Art 2, French 33 Future Teachers 33 International 2, Library 1: Junior Red Cross Council 2. NATALIE ROSE LIBERACE 8 Park Ave., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: The Tunnels! I Prophesy That: Elevators will be put in Building one. Bacon: Bigelow: College. Theatrical Make up 3, Archery 1: French 35 Library 3. MURRAY HAVARD LICHTENSTEON 47 Prentice Road, Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: The short lived career of "Ruthy" in the English Department. Suppressed Desire: To find out exactly what did happen to "Ruthy." Palmer, Bigelow: College. International Club 3. JAMES TUCKER LILLIS 201 Tremont St. Newton Corner Tucker Fondest Memory of NHS: Try- ing to make class on the third floor of Building two from the fourth floor of Building one. I Will to NHS: A new group of sophomores ALMOST as good as the leaving Seniors. Adams, Bigelow: College. Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 2: Spring Musical 1, 2, 33 House Council 1, 2, 33 Foot- ball lg Track, Indoor 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 1, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 3: Music 1, 2, 3. ADELE G. LIPOFSKY 15 Knowles St., Newton Centre I Will to NHS: A football sta- dium full of school spirit. Pet Peeve: People who play cat and mouse. Adams, Weeksg College. Orange Book 2, junior Red Cross Council 2: Future Teachers 2g Music 2: Russian Club 1, Secre- tary 2: Marching Band l, 3. ALAN L. LITTLE 146 Harvard St., Newtonville Al Suppressed Desire: To keep my suppressed desire suppressed. North junior High, Waltham: College. Administrative Aids 3. RICHARD ANTHONY LOMBARDI 14 Colonial Ave., Newtonville Dick Fondest Memory of NHS: Spa- cious parking lots. I Will to NHS: All the broken meters in the radio shop. NTHSQ Day: Service. LESLIE CATHERINE LONG 29 Davis Ave. West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Chem- istry, where there was not only an intellectual atmosphere, but a social one also. Suppressed Desire: That some- day sophistication will come my way. Barry: Day, College. Home Room Manager 33 Theatri- cal Make' up 2: Tigerama Com- mittee 2g Senior Play Committee 55 Vespers 2, 3: Ushers 3: Golf 33 Tennis 1, 3: Alpha Gamma Tau 3: French 3: Music 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1, Girls Chorus 2, 3: Math Seminar 2. ,-1. 3- 34 ..- I l I i will 8 Sf' .cy SHERRIE ANN LOOKNER 19 Rangley Rd., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: "Fori- padenihoho" compliments of The Tribe. Chief Failing: "Let the Bells Keep Ringing!" Riley: Warren: College. Newtonite Ad Staff 1, Circula- tion Staff 2, 3: Tigerama Com- mittee Z. 3: Drama Festival 1: Ralii Committee 1, 2, 35 Ushers if Music 1, 2: Outing 2: Class Qomrnittee 2, 3: Student Office Secretary 2. RAYNOR ERIC LUND 3 Bradford Rd. Newton Highlands Ray I Will to NHS: All Ford prod- ucts - They gave us an ad. Pet Quotation: Censored. NTHS: Weeks: College. NORBERT CHARLES LYNCH 13 Weir St., Auburndale Nobis I Will to NHS: My late slips. Pet Quotation: I won't go. NTHS: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 3: New- tonian 3: Softball 2, 3: Intra- mural Sports 2, 3: Administrative Aids President 1, 2, 3. FLORENCE JANE MACDONALD 107 Park St., Newton Florrie, Flossy, Floppsy Fondest Memory of NHS: Week- end with the Poopers, CFo-Ti- Pa-De-Ni-Ho-Hob "B": All the great kids and Mr. Gaudet: My sophomore year!! Claim to Fame: Driving a two ton truck at sixty m. p. h. with eight kids doing the twist on the back. Barry: Bigelow: College. Orange Shield 2, 3: Music Board 1, 2: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: House Council 3: Vespers 1, 2: Dance Committee 1: Ushers 1, 2: Bas- ketball l, 2, 3: Tennis 2: Music 1, 2: Non-Smoking Committee: Acappella Choir: Class Represen- tative 3. PATRICIA LOUISE MACK' 179 Hicks St., West Newton Pat the Brat Fondest Memory of NHS: My G-Block studies. Suppressed Desire: To meet my knight in a shinning T-Bird. Barry: Warren: College. Ushers: Modern Dance 1: House Co-Op Committee. JOYCE H. MACKENZIE 97 Hawthorne Ave. Auburndale I Will to NHS: All my unsolved geometry problems. Suppressed Desire: It is yet to be suppressed. Adams: Warren: College. Vespers 1, 2, 3: Caduceans 1, 2, 3: Music 1, 2, 3: Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3. Ii'??g-,- ,.'. xl .ve ' H ffzefyvif - 11-, J. ' 67' ff 2 ,,2fb.:a Pllyv Andrew Carnegie i rx 'Eff' LORNA MACKINNON 5 5 Highland Ave. Newtonville Worn Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Martin's U. S. history class. Suppressed Desire: To make more money than my father. Barry: Day: College. Archery 1, 2, 3. REBECCA SHARON MAGIDSON 125 Prospect St. West Newton Becksy Fondest Memory of NHS: State Drama Festival Night, Disraeli, and the party afterwards. I Will to NHS: My little sister for three years. Riley: Warren: College. Drama Festival 2, 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Science Fair 2: Art 3: Drama 3: English 1: French 1, 2, 3: International 1, 3: Music 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM FRASER MALCOLM, JR. 62 Colgate Rd. Newton Lower Falls Bill Fondest Memory of NHS: The activities of P.F. Pet Quotation: Ask me if I care. Bacon: Warren: College. Ice Hockey 2: Gymnastic Team 1: Cross Country 2: Music Club 1, 2: Orchestra 1, 2, 3. JAYNE BARBARA MALOOF 10 Fern St., Auburnclale "Maloofy" Claim to Fame: "Don't goof, vote Maloof": Knowing all the wonderful kids. Suppressed Desire: For a certain boy to answer his pet quotation saying "I care." Bacon: Warren: College. Orange Shield 2, 3: School Ex- change 2: Newtonian 3: Tiger- ama Committee 2, 3: Drama Fes- tival 2: Rally Committee 2: House Council 1, 2: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Ush- ers 2: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Drama Club 1: Latin Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Secre- tary of Associate Council 3: Acappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Class Committee 2, 3. "Give 'em bell, Ha1'1'y!" MARIA PALMA MANCINI 104 Chapel St., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Well's shorthand class. Suppressed Desire: To go to Italy. Riley3 Dayg Business. KAREN ELIZABETH MANNERS 134 Sumner St. Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: My English classes all three years3 Newtonian. I Will to NHS: More teachers like Miss Waters, Mrs. Hogan, and Mme. Neufeld. Adamsg Warreng College. National Honor Society 2, 3, Vice President 33 Newtonian Coordin- ator 33 House Civics Committee co-chairman 2, chairman 33 Cen- tral Civics Committee 2, 33 House Council 2, 33 Vespers 2, 33 Lead- er Corps 1, 2, 33 International 2, 33 Music 1, 2, 33 American Field Service 2, Coordinator for NHS and NSHS 33 Class Treasurer 2, 33 Acappella Choir 2, 33 March- ing Band 13 Drama Club 13 French National Honor Society. DAVID WINSOR MANNING 62 Elmore St. Newton Center Dave Fondest Memory of NHS: Last period study. I'Will to NHS: No more Man- nings. Palmer3 Weeks3 College. Orange Shield 23 Stage Crew 33 Traffic Squad 2, 3. RICHARD SCOTT MANSFIELD 580 Walnut St., Newtonville Dick l Prophesy That: There will be elevators in Building one. Pet Peeve: Fourth Floor of Build- ing one. Bealsg Day3 College. National Honor Society 2, 33 Newtonite 33 Camera Club 13 Chess Club 1, 2, 33 Radio Club 1. M supporters of Harry Truman I 1 ' ,AQ--xi F 9 "Y W3 ' ,.-xr. U ! 'wal' Z- F X l Y 5 LYNNE STRAUSS MARCUS 144 Bigelow Rd. West Newton Claim to Fame: I was locked in the building one tunnel one night after an A.F.S. meeting. I Will to NHS: My notes from Mr. Holmes' U.S. history class. Palmerg Warreng College. Newtonian 33 Newtonite 33 Rally Committee 13 House Council 33 Ushers 23 Debating Club 33 Drama Club 2, 33 French Club 2, 33 International Club 33 Music Club 1, 2, 33 Sailing Club 1, 33 A. F. S. Club 2, 3. PHYLLIS SUSAN MARGIL 19 MaryEllen Rd., Waban Phyl Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Jacob's Junior English Class. Suppressed Desire: To be a "healthy" cheerleader. Palmerg Weeks3 College. Home Room Manager 2, 33 New- tonian 33 Rally Committee 1, 23 Cheer Leaders 23 Leader Corps 1, 2, 33 Cavalry 1, 23 French 1, 2, 33 Music 3. WILLIAM ROTHWELL MARK 69 Oakland Ave. Auburndale Bucko Fondest Memory of NI-IS: My junior year with J.H., F.D. and K.K. I Will to NHS: A ninety piece orchestra for Mr. March. Palmerg Warreng College. Legislature l, 2, 33 Tigerama Committee 33 Senior Play 33 Drama Festival 13 Vespers 1, 2, 33 Science Fair 33 Intramural Sports 1, 23 Drama 33 Music 1, 2, 33 Rifle 13 Madrigal Singers 2, 33 Northeast District Choir 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Acappella Choir 1, 2, 33 House Council Vice President 1, 2, 3. PAMELA ANN MARTIN 49 Woodbine St. Auburndale Pam Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Lasker's Music Appreciation cour- ses. Pet Quotation: "Oh, you must mean my sister, Pat!" Rileyg Warreng College. Spring Musical 23 Vespers 23 Music 2, 33 Ushers 1. PATRICIA JEAN MARTIN 49 Woodbine St., Auburndale Pat Pet Quotation: "Oh, you must mean my sister, Pam!" Pet Peeve: The "50" yard dash to the bus everyday. Palmerg Warreng College. Spring Musical 23 Vespers 23 Music Club 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 13 Girls Chorus 23 Usher 1. DONALD S. MASON 63 Aspen St. Auburndale Don Fondest Memory of NHS: The teammates, the coaches, and the friends. Chief Failing: Lost to Reading in the States. Rileyg Warren3 College. Orange Shield 2, 33 Tigerama Committee 1, 2g Rally Committee 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Ice Hockey 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 3. 0 .. sf I 3' in . g Q ,JF 1 if in..- ROSE MASTROIA iQ 146 Pine St. .'i:'l:.f.tg - Suppgefss-g.Q Desire. This year will tell. Pet Peeve: Attempting to have my curly hair straight on rainy days. Barry, Warren: Business. Leader Corps 1, Basketball 1, 2, 33 Tennis 3: Field Hockey 1, 33 Badminton 2, 35 Softball 2, 3: Volley Ball 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Student Office Secretary 2, 35 Co-operative Com- mittee 2. Wa X. GERALD MAZOR 20 Bennington St., Newton Gerry Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Titcomb's third year French class. I Will to NHS: My "property of Newton High School" shirts. Palmer, Bigelow, College. House Council 33 Basketball 1, Football 33 Track, Indoor 2, 3, Track. Omsdoor Captain 1, 2, 3. ' - 'FH ,sig , .5 fs.. 4' ei BERNARD FRANCIS MATHAISEL 35 Priscilla Rd. Chestnut Hill Bud Claim to Fame: Climbing Mr. Hall's first few steps. I Will to NHS: An "overpass" from the top of Building two to the top of Building one. Adams: Weeks, College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Track, Indoor 3: Alpha Gamma Tau Club 2, 35 Aviation Club 1, 3: Chemistry Club 3: Physics Club 2, 3, Traffic Squad 3, Eng- lish Seminars 2, 3. NANCY JEAN MATTHEWS 286 Melrose St. Auburndale Fondest Memory of NHS: Walk- ing through the tunnels. I Will to NHS: The good times I had with you know who. Riley, Warren, Business. ROSEMARY ANN MAY 18 Arbor Road West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Toast- ing marshmellows over the bun- sen burner in Chemistry class. Pet Peeve: Having a top locker. Palmer: St. Charles High, Col- lege. Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, House Council 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2: Tennis 1, Archery 1, Caduceans 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 23 Class Committee 3, Folk Singing Club 3. ALYCE ANNE MAZZOLA 112 Harvard St. Newtonville Al Claim to Fame: To marry that certain somebody. Suppressed Desire: To become a beautician. Beals: Day: College. Home Room Manager 1, 2, 3: Orange Shield 1, 23 Orange Book 1, Tigerama Committee 1, 23 Science Fair 1: Basketball 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, 33 Biology 1, Drama lg Home Ec- onomics 1, 3. N . N I. v-M i of i -e-' ,AA .rp KHALIDA MATIN 50 Clearwater Rd. Newton Lower Falls Fondest Memory of NHS: Every- thing and everyone, especially all the wonderful kids and teachers I was lucky enough to meet. I Will to NHS: More and more and still more wonderful teachers like Mr. West. St. joseph Convent, Pakistong Ba- con, College. School Exchange 3: Rally Com- mittee 3g International 3, Library 39 Spanish 35 American Field Service 3. z BARBARA SUE MATTHEWS 30 Ellison Rd., Newton Centre Barb I Will to NHS: A Revlon coun- ter in the walled-off section. Chief Failing: SMSG. Bacon: Weeks, College. Newtonian 3: Newtonite Copy Editor 2, Exchange Editor 3: House Council 2: junior Red Cross Council Vice President 2, Ushers 2: Art 33 Drama 1, 2, Secretary 33 English 1, 2, 3: French 1, 2, 3g Music 3, Class Committee 1 "WitlJ malice toward none, . . . BERNADETTE MAZZOLA 112 Harvard St. Newtonville Bernie Fondest Memory of NHS: The fours walls in Mr. Batchelder's office. Barry, Day, Business. Suppressed Desire: To marry that certain someone CP.G.J. Leader Corps 2, Ushers lg Sci- ence Fair 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3: Tennis 2, 33 Field Hockey 1, Z, 33 Archery 2, 33 Softball 1, 2, Volley Ball 1, 2, 3. GERARD R. MAZZOLA 26 Alba Cir., Newton Jerry Fondest Memory of NHS: Bi- ology class with Mr. Dorgan. Suppressed Desire: To succeed. Riley: Bigelow, College. Workshop 1, 2, Science 1, Soft- ball lg Gymnastic Team 1, 2, 3. MEISSNER , JosEPH ROBERT MAZZOLA 12 Oak St., Nonantum NTHS: Day: College. 1' DAVID RICHARD MCCANN DONALD WILLIAM 1 Billings Park, Newton Corner MC' CUI-LOUGH Pet Quotation: Oyouchobe! Pet Peeve: Chobey people. Beals: Browne 8: Nichols: Col- lege. Newtonite 3: Track, Indoor 2, 3 Cross Country 2, 3: Track, Outi door 1, 2, 3: Reflections 2: Semi Finalist in National Merit Scho larship Tests. K7 54 Eddy St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: My yunior year. Chief Failing: Not Passing. NTHS: Day: Service. WILLIAM BAYNARD 26 Park Lane, Newton Centre Bill Fondest Memory of NHS: Febru- ary 19, 1960. I Will to NHS: 'More teachers like Mr. Holmes and Mrs. Gold- stein. Beals: Weeks: College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Civics Committee 2: Home Room Manager 1: House Civics Com- mittee 2, 3: Newtonian 3: New- tonite 3: Senior Play 3: Badmin- ton 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Cross Country 2: Spanish 2: President 3. WAYNE SCOTT MERCIER 92 Mill St., Newton Centre Chief Failing: English and every- thing else. Suppressed Desire: To get into . . with charity for all" Abraham Lincoln BETTY ANN MOLLER 15 Fordham St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. O'Conner's U.S. history class. I Will to NHS: All my chewed pencils. Barry: Day: College. Rally Committee 1, 2: Drama Festival 2: Basketball 2, 3: Bad- minton 3: Volley Ball 2: Library 3. ALAN GREENE MITCHELL 15 Freeman St., Auburndale A1 Claim to Fame: The girl who trains polo ponies. I Will to NHS: A better "student" than I, my brother, Tom. Barry: Warren: College. Basketball 1: Football 1, 2: Photographer for Hockey Team 2: Alternate Class Representative 3. the Air Force. NTHS: Weeks: Service. Stage Crew 2, 3: Administrative Aid 3. ROBERT ANTHONY MERULLE 69 Aurburndale Ave. West Newton Bob Chief Failing: Math I-II-III. Suppressed Desire: To see the "Tech" have a smoking room. NTHS: Warren: Service. Home Room Manager 2, 3: Tigerama Committee l, 2: Ad- ministrative Aids 1, 2, 3. 23 JOHN HENRY MCISAAC 51 Austin St., Newtonville Jack Fondest Memory of NHS: The day a gas leak sent us home at nine o'clock. Pet Peeve: The ever present, ever failing traffic plans for Buildings one and two. Bacon: Day: College. JANET LADD MERRILL 20 Crestwood Rd. West Newton jan Fondest Memory of NHS: Febru- ary 19, 1960. Pet Quotation: Really? Gol-E! Bacon: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 2, 3: New- tonite 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Stage Crew 1: Ushers 33 Basketball 1: Tennis 3: Drama 1: Music 3: Sailing Club 1, 2: Class Representative 3: Newtonite Feature Editor 2: Finance Editor 2, 3. Til 'A "'..".? wif 7..r, d iv. ,.s. . ,' 1- -'Y f-"3::,s.c-'I PR 0,1 : i 'mv-1. 41 1"3""'Y 5:5 TV GERALD J. PARKER 34 Noble St., West Newton Jerry Suppressed Desire: To drive through the tunnels. Pet Peeve: Lock combinations that don't open locks. Beals: Warren: College. Badminton Ig Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3g Physics 33 Chess Club 2, 55 House Activities Committee 1. RICHARD ARTHUR PATRIACCA 459 California St., Newtonville Dick Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior year in Mr. Peterson's math class. Claim to Fame: Lunch at Ho Jo's on Tuesdays. Riley: Day3 College. Civics Board 33 Civics Committee 2: Orange Shield 2, 33 Tigerama Committee 33 Rally Committee 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Spanish 1. CLARISE ELIZABETH PATTON 17 Prairie Ave., Auburndale Rise Claim to Fame: Getting an F in Russian first year second term. I Will to NHS: One alarm clock set at 5:30. Adamsg Weeks3 College. National Honor Society 23 New- tonite 33 Ushers 23 Field Hockey 2: Archery 1, 33 Volley Ball 23 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Out- ing Club 2: Russian Club 1, 2, President 3. SUSAN HARRIET PEKIN 75 Fuller Terrace West Newton Sue, Pek Fondest Memory of NHS: Math classes with L. R. and that cer- tain day in the tunnel of Build- ing one!! Claim to Fame: Having gray hair with Alp! Bacon: Day: College. Home Room Manager 1, Orange Shield 2, Newtonian 3, Tigerama Committee 2, Rally Committee 1, 2-g House Council 2g Tennis 33 Drama 1, 2, 3: French 2, 33 Music 1, 2, 33 Oflice Secretary 2, 3. LYNDA E. PENNINGTON 20 Cloelia Terrace, Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: FoTi- PaDeNiHoHo. Suppressed Desire: To reach five feet. Barry: Day: College. Orange Shield 2, 33 Tigerama Committee 33 Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Outing 3. CHARLES FRANK PERRY 9 Putnam St., West Newton Buzz l Will to NHS: Canoes for the tunnels. l Prophesy That: We will get life jackets instead. Bacon: Weeks: Service. Tigerama Committee 1, 33 Rally Committee 33 House Council 33 House Commons Room Com- mittee. f 5' s 1' P I ni. -Q 3 Iii" EDNA MARIE PETTIT 264 Homer St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: The three little lovesg Fotipandeni- hohog Pizza Parking: A block math with Mr. Bailey. A week- end of the Poopers. I Prophesy That: I'll never for- get the wonderful kids I've met at NHS. Palmer: Weeks3 College. Home Room Manager Assistant 2, 33 Orange Shield 33 Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 House Coun- cil 23 Vespers 33 Leader Corps 2, 33 Stage Crew 2, 33 Class Com- mittee 33 Girls Chorus 33 Or- chesis lg Outing 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Basketball 1. MARY G. PF EIFER 85 Floral St. Newton Highlands Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Huss and Miss Johnson. I Will to NHS: My book to my brother within three years. Riley, Weeks. ALVINA MARY PHEENY 43 Waban Hill Rd. Chestnut Hill Bonnie Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Gianferante's -- senior home room. Chief Failing: just name it! Adams, Mt. Alvernia Academy: College. House Civics Committee 33 New- tonite Manager 23 Tennis 2, 33 Drama 2, 3: English 2. DOROTHY VERONICA PHILLIPS 32 Willow St., Newton Centre Dottie Fondest Memory of NHS: The hike to room 1444. Pet Peeve: Insincere people. Palmer: East Detroit High: College. Volley Ball 2: Caduceans 2. "But above all, try something" Franklin Delano Roosevelt 1 l 1 L YR, "Many cz war has been prevented by Patience!! Sam Rayburn RICHARD JAMES PICARIELLO 5 Talbot St., West Newton Dick, Pickles, Paul Fondest Memory of NHS: The exciting social entertainment after the football games. I Will to NHS: One pair of "Jack Purcells." Adams, Warren, College. Tigerama Committee 2, 3, Rally Committee 3, Baseball 1, Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, Archery 1, 3, Badminton 1, 2, 35 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Science Club 1, 2, Sailing Club 1, 2, Key Club 2, 3, Tunnel Patrol 2. NICHOLAS PAUL PICCIRILLO 41 Court St., Newtonville Paul, Pic, Pickles, Dick Fondest Memory of NHS: Foot- ball games, Parties, Weekends at Hyannis. I Will to NHS: The HI-JO Parking lot. Palmer, Day, College. Home Room Manager 2, 3, Orange Shield 3, Drama Festival 1, 2, 3, House Council 2, Vice- President 3, Ushers 2, Class Committee 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Rally Com- mittee 2, 3. JANICE ARLENE PIGEON 270 Upland Rd., Newtonville Jan Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. O'Conner's history class. Pet Quotation: "Wow." Barry, Day, College. Theatrical Make Up 3, Rally Committee 3, Latin Club 3. MARGARET ELIZABETH PINCUS 1451 Beacon St., Waban Margi Fondest Memory of NHS: The time 2,000 students converged on the city after only one period of school - The Gas Leak! I Will to NHS: My last can of metrecall Beals, Linton High School Sche- nectady, N. Y., College. Newtonite 2, 3, Drama Festival 2, 3, French 2, 3, Drama 2, 3. u fi ,Qu EDWARD FRANK PLEULER 62 Harvard St., Newtonville Ted, Hummer I Prophesy That: Angelo will succeed. Suppressed Desire: To see NHS football team beat Brocton. Riley, Day, College. Baseball l, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, HELENE R. PODELL 12 NorthGate Park West Newton HEPO Fondest Memory of NHS: FO- TI-PA-DE-NI-HO-HO, Monsieur Markey's roving eyes. I Will to NHS: More teachers like Mr. Warshaw. Barry, Warren, College. Home Room Manager 1, 2, House Civics Committee 1, 2, Newtonian 3, Orange Book, 2, Senior Play 3, Rally Committee l,2,3, Drama 1, 2, French 2, Latin 1, Music 1, 2, Newtonite Advertising StaE 1, Newtonite Circulation Staff 2. SUSAN DEE POWERS 50 Elmhurst Rd., Newton Sue, SueDee Fondest Memory of NHS: Fri- day, September 15, 1961, All the great kids I've met. Pet Quotation: I've waited two years to be a senior. Adams, Bigelow, College. House Civics Committee 2, 3, Orange Shield 2, Newtonian Ad Staff 3, Golf 3, Field Hockey 1, 2, Senior Play Publicity 3, Drama Festival 2, 3, Rally Committee 2, 3, House Council 3, Leader Corps 3, Ushers 2, 3, House Student Secretary 2, 3, Tennis 3, Drama Club 3. JOHN THOMAS PRECIOUS 15 Shawmut Park Newton Upper Falls Jack Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Hoss's English class. Pet Quotation: Cool as a moose. Palmer, Weeks, College. Workshop 1, 2, 3, Stage Crew 2, 3, Golf 3, Home Economics 2. ELAINE MARIE PROIA 75 Crafts St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Four flights of stairs in Building one. Pet Peeve: Teachers who give homework. Beals, Day, College. JOHN LOUIS PROIA 220 Chapel Sr. Otis Chief Failing: English. Pet Quotation: How are you doing kid? NTHS, Day, College. .la Q1-Q . Q.. .4 'A ' 'WB " 3: if is ,-, .- 'J ,- ' Q' ff' f X . i fi! l 1, we 1 If , 5. Zia ' f, .Q . ns - " v ,fx , . W' 3 ffifiiif . - -'tim-'x'4-gxkv,-.gf f' . . 5, 1' :iii Zig ffl- e ii - g ,737 1 15, Z.. .-.M gk:'3iL3r-:-'-- :RC -'-- . iff- ' it f? ,,,-or 1 I -f 3'-N N -A. ma.. 'XJ '-"5 CHARLES NELSON 38 Balcarres Rd. West Newton Charlie I Will to NHS: "Harvey C.", the gravestone! Suppressed Desire: To find the person who used the "head" in Irasburg. Bealsg Wfarreng College. Home Room Manager lg House Ali-, ics Committee 2, Orange 'ffiield 2, 3: Tigerama Committee .4, 3: Basketball 33 Baseball 1, Football 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports lg Chairman of Orange Shield 3. HAROLD MCKENZI E NELSON 387 Washington St. Newton Corner Harry I Will to NHS: All my leaky pens. Chief Failing: Problems of De- mocracy. Bacon: Arlington Vocational High: College. MARK JOSEPH NELSON 54 Jerome Ave. West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Ber- muda Short Day. Pet Quotation: A penny earned is a penny saved. Beacon: Day, College. Intramural Sports: Bowling 2, 3. FRANCES ANNE NICOLAS 153 Webster St. West Newton Frani, Nick Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior year, April 3, 1961 - G block. Chief Failing: Making a complete week of school. Palmer, Warren, Business. Orange Shield 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 33 Basket- ball 1, 2, 33 Tennis 1, 2, 3: Archery 1, 2, 3. DEBORAH JAYNE NORCROSS 341 Lexington St., Auburndale Debbi, Chears, Debs Fondest Memory of NHS: "Fo- tipadenihohon compliment of the Tribe . . . and Oct. 12, 1960. Claim to Fame: "Being one of the sick." Riley: Warren: College. Theatrical Make up 2, 3: Orange Shield 2, 3, Newtonite 2, 3: Orange Book 2, Tigerama Com- mittee 1, 2, 3, Drama Festival 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, Vespers lg Stage Crew 1, 2, 3: Science Fair 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Art 2, 33 Biology 13 Debating lg Drama 1, 2, 35 French 1, Music 1, 2, 3: Outing 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 1: Ushers 1, 2. ROBERT GEORGE NORCROSS 54 Dalby St., Nonantum Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. joscano and his Packards. Pet Quotation: What are you? Some kind of a nut? Technical High: Day, College. -4 , "Something there is that cl0es1z't love 0 'lvdllv Robert Frost .1--3 l , 1 l X l GEORGE SHERWOOD NORTON 140 Windemere Rd. Auburndale Sherwood Fondest Memory of NHS: NHS Music Program. Chief Failing: English, Math, History, Science, French. Beals, Warren, College. Spring Musical 1, 35 Vespers 1, 2, 32 Latin 2, Music 1, 2, 33 Physics 3. ROBERT A. OBER 71 Kensinton St., Newtonville Bobby Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Leone's study halls. I Will to NHS: My sister, Lois. Palmer, Day, College. MARJORIE CHRISTINE O'CONNOR 83 Elm Rd., Newtonville Margie Claim to Fame: My looooong walk to school. I Will to NHS: My majorette uniform, all nice and sewn up. Riley: Day, College. Majorette 3: Marching Band 3. CAROLYN LOUISE OETINGER 372 Waltham St. West Newton I Will to NHS: Whatever skin there is left on my teeth. Pet Quotation: Why wait? Flunk now. Barry: Day: College. Theatrical Make-up 23 Rally Committee 2, 3: Dance Com- mittee 3g Drama Club 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 35 IACrosse lg Spanish Club 3: Student Office Secretary 1, 2, 3. .., "O Captain! My Captain!" wal. whim. ARTHUR D. O'NEIL 220 California St., Newton Archie Chief Failing: All my work. Pet Quotation: "Like Hi Teach," to Mr. Gartner in the morning. Adams: Day: Service. Intramural Sports 2, 3: Class Committee 3. WILLIAM JOSEPH O'NEIL 302 Derby St. West Newton Bill Claim to Fame: Being the only junior to ever make the senior part of the '61 year book. Pet Quotation: Time out. Barry: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 1, 2: Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonite 1: Tigerama Committee 35 Rally Committee 1, 2. 3: Stage Crew 35 Science Fair 35 Football I JERROLD NORMAN OPPENHEIM 71 MaryEllen Road, Waban jerry Claim to Fame: Arriving on time at 233 from 1450-occasionally. Pet Peeve: Snowed-out debate tournaments. Adams: Weeks: College. National Honor Society 2, 35 Civics Committee 3: Publications Board 35 Orange Shield 3: New- tonian Business Manager 35 Drama Festival 2, 3: Ushers 3: Alpha Gamma Tau 1, 2: Drama Club 2, 35 International Club 2, 35 Physics Club, Vice-President 2: Sailing Club 1: Debating Club, Treasurer 1, President 3. STEPHEN FREDERICK OSBORNE 29 Ashmont Road, Waban Ozzie I Will to NHS: A map for Mr. Gordon to learn his way around the stock room. I Prophesy That: Within the next five years Mr. Gordon will be teaching chemistry. Bacon: Weeks: College. House Civics Committee 2, 35 Science Fair 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 35 Camera Club 35 Chemistry Club 2: Biology Club 35 Debating Club 2, 3: Future Teachers Club 2: Latin Club 1: Physics Club 2: Science Club l, 2, 35 Russian Club 2, 3. , RICHARD CHARLES OSOFSKY 121 Gibbs St., Newton Centre Ricky Fondest Memory of NHS: That blind date I made in the cafeteria. I Will to NHS: Three years of math homework that wasn't col- lected. Palmer: Weeks: College. Finance Board 35 Science Fair 3: Badminton 351 Intramural Sports 1: Cavalry 1: Latin l: Sail- ing Club 35 Intramural Football -l. RONALD JOHN PELLIGRINI 25 Gardner St. Newton Corner Fondest Memory of NHS: Helper of all students, Mrs. Chartier. I Will to NHS: All my white cards and detention slips. Adams: Bigelow. Library l, 2. GERALD DAVIS PALMER 130 Woodchester Drive Chestnut Hill Gerry Beals: Bigelow: College. National Honor Society 2, 35 Newtonite 3: Alpha Gamma Tau l, 2, 3: International 35 Latin l: Physics 3: Chess 1, Vice-president 2, President 35 Chess Team 1, 2, 3. JUDITH LEE PANAGGIO 9 Melbourne Ave. Newtonville Judy Fondest Memory of NHS: Junior G-block study with Peg and Ben. Claim to Fame: The six-pac. Barry: Day: College. Home Room Manager l: Rally Committee 35 House Council 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1: Softball 1: Intramural Sports 1. JOSEPH ANTHONY PANZERA 9 Warren Ave., West Newton Big joe Pet Quotation: "You look like backwards trying to get ahead." Suppressed Desire: To be an officer of the law. Adams: Warren: Service. Traffic Squad 2, 35 Ofhce Work 2, 3. MARY ANN PANZERA 94 Jewett St., Newton Corner Mazie Fondest Memory of NI-IS: Going to the Nurses Office. I Will to NHS: My seat in the walled-off. Palmer: Bigelow: Business. Archery: LaCrosse. ROGER PATRI if is. fwiO1i.OY 5 lvlurplit CQinif1f, lstonantum f . 1 .V '.l,,iv,iLH Fondest Memory of NHS: Being ROBERT NEWTON MONTURI 70 Orchard Ave. West Newton absent. HL155, Bob I will to NHS: My desire to Fondest Memory of NHS: The study. spacious cafeteria. Beals: Our Lady's: Business. .ii ws MITCHELL LEONARD MORRISON 513 Chestnut St., Waban Mitch, Mitchie I Will to NHS: The Navy Band to play at the football games with Mr. Braighton. Pet Quotation: "How would you explain it to your five year old sister! Beals Warren: College. lalousa' ififxics Committee l: Music 1, L, Si stamp Club 2, 3: House Activztzsf Committee 2: Dance Band i 1: Marching Band 2: Concef i 2, 3. . - ....3,Tn., Y s. 1' . 11- AFITD- Y. . T-'fi-'ij QE? liz- 112- WA. 'rj Pet Peeve: Having G block study my first two years but not my last. Palmer: Day: College. Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1: Football 2: Latin Club 3. PETER JEROME MOORE 48 Windermere Rd. Auburndale Pete Fondest Memory of NHS: Junior year English and senior home room with Mr. Harris. Claim to Fame: Manager of the Irasburg Inn. Bacon: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 1: House Civics Committee 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: Newtonite 1, 2: Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 3: Motor Cade Chairman 3: Boy's Athletic Board 2: Rally Com- mittee 1, 3: Vespers 2, 3: Foot- ball 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Gymnastics Team 1, 2, 3: Cavalry Club l, 2, 3: Hunting and Fish- ing Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Rifle Club 1, 2: Class Committee 3. LINDA F. MORGAN 16 Rockland St., Newton Suppressecl Desire: A trip to Maryland. Pet Peeve: Having G block French. Palmer: Bigelow: College. House Civics Committee 1: Spring Musical 2, 3: Vespers 2, 3: Future Teachers 1: Fencing 2. 1' DAVID RUSSELL MORRIS 2 Taft Ave., West Newton Dave Fondest Memo of NI-IS: Hal- W loween "196O". I Will to NHS: A new heating system for 1128. Adams: Day: Service. Intramural Sports 3: Rifle Club 2: Sailing Club 3. V1 - 5' f " 1 ROBERT STEVEN MOONEY 59 Fuller Terrace West Newton Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: Those happy hours in the book room. I Will to NHS: My worn out note-book. Beals: Our Lady's High: College. MARILYN MOORE ll Normandy Rd. Auburndale Fondest Memory of NHS: junior English in 224. Claim to Fame: My southern accent. Palmer: Warren: College. Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Stage Crew 3: Drama Club 2, 3 Music Club 1, 2, 3: A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3. , 4 ' 4. ii., "Look, then, into thine heart, cmd write."' RONALD WESLEY MORSE 20 Larkin Rd., West Newton Ralph, Fred Fondest Memory of NHS: Va- cation and G-Block studies. I Prophesy That: Twinkies shall return to the cafeteria's menu. Barry: College. Orange Shield 1, 2: Drama Festi- val l, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Golf 2, 3: Rifle 2, 3. Henry W. Longfellow JOHN CHARLES MOSCATO 91 Walker St., Newtonville Jack I Prophesy: That some day there will be a smoking room at NHS. For Studentsllll Barry: Day: College. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: House Bowling Team Captain. - ,-A 'TTY l 1 , H it V "" -' .rain 3 3 " .Qi et. ... at P, 5 U Q f. 3 9 -. ' 3 Si- 4 . 'I -iQf'1'li:e-..- .-."1fk'SQ r 12t3E?'s.?S.' ff,.f.:sa fa, . .yr mf- is-'.J'r-'iiiedi' . ' ' - -5 . " - wi- .. , AN. 9... , . -.I .ag . . Q " 'f'- '? 3331+ -5:5 51,51 . W .Q.l1f'f.f,.Ff'5?,, rc. if- N . LOUIS JOSEPH MOSCATO 4 Fordham Rd., West Newton Lou, Louie I Prophesy That: NHS will get escalators. Pet Quotation: True Bealsg College. Home Room Manager 13 Orange Shield 2g Baseball 1, 23 Football 13 Golf 33 Track, Indoor 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Rally Committee 33 Camera 23 R-ifle 2. rw . JN? ' v - THOMAS ANTHONY MUNGILLO 83 Border St., West Newton I Will to NHS: All the trouble I caused and my bad record. Suppressed Desire: To graduate from Newton Technical High. NTHS3 Warreng Service. ' . ,... , L " ucmmtine the Agg1'ess01fs" JOHN EDWARD NAWFEL 30 Ricker Rd., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: My first day as a sophomore. Pet Quotation: How are ya! Barryg Bigelow3 College. P Y r Franklin Delano Roosevelt RICHARD ALAN NATHAN 270 Cabot St., Newtoville Dick Suppressed Desire: Replace the old elevators with new ones. Pet Peeve: 8:35 Monday morn- ings. Riley Day: College. House Civics Committee 23 Art 2, 33 Cavalry lg Rifle l, 33 Bowl- ing 13 Rellections 1. ,g?.,., , NWS. W, . ...K he Q 8. '30, A Q,-3.43 , DOROTHY LOIS MURRAY 52 Washburn Ave. Auburndale Dotty Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior U. S. history class. Claim to Fame: Star Market the summer of "6l". Bacong Warreng Business. Commons Room Committee 2, 3. PAUL SEIDEL MUTHER 133 Gibbs St. Newton Center Fondest Memory of NHS: "Climbing the stairs" with J. C. Hall. Pet Quotation: "Ain't you got no culture?" Barry, Weeksg College. National Honor Society 2, 3, Treasurer 33 Student Exchange 23 Newtonian 33 House Council 1, 33 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3g Alpha Gamma Tau 1, 23 Camera 13 International 2, 33 Latin 1, 23 Russian Club 1, 2, 33 Key Club 33 American Field Service 1, 2, Chairman 33 PTSA 2, 33 Associates Council 2, 3. CAROL NADELL 80 Manemet Rd. Newton Centre Ca Fondest Memo of NHS' Mr. ry . Jacobs' junior English class. I Will to NHS: Waterproofed tunnels. Beals3 Weeksg College. Orange Shield 2, 33 Newtonian 33 Junior Red Cross Council 2, French 1, 2, 33 International 23 Latin 1, 23 Music 2, 33 Honorary French Society 2, 3. LOUISE LEE NATERMAN 61 Huntington Rd., Newton Lize, Lou I Will to NHS: My six year old gym suit. Suppressed Desire: That Sherry and I get our "H's". Palmer, Bigelowg College. Theatrical Make up 13 Spring Musical 2, 33 Rally Committee 13 Vespers 2, 33 Music 2, 33 Out- ing 1, 23 Reflections 2. CONSTANCE THAYER MUTHER 44 Roslyn Rd., Waban Connie Fondest Memory of NHS: Bur- muda Day. I Will to NHS: Colored chalk for Mr. Bailey. Palmerg Weeks: College. Home Room Manager 13 Rally Committee 13 Vespers 1, 23 Leader Corps lg Ushers 23 Science Fair 33 Basketball 13 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Badminton 23 Volley Ball 1, 23 Drama Club 1, 2, 33 Li- sic Club 1. 7 brary Club 13 Mu XX SHIRLEY ELIZABETH NASH 42 Tyler Terrace Newton Centre Rambler Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore and senior years. I Will to NHS: My sister. Palmer: Weeksg College. K5 4 If .9 1? SAMUEL DAVID PUGACH 9 Bonmar Circle Auburndale Sam I Will to NHS: Big ED. Pet Quotation: Well, looks like a little pressure. Beals: Warren: College. Basketball 1, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Meteorology 3. RICHARD KENNETH QUINN 27 Reservoir Drive Chesnut Hill Dick Fondest Memory of NI-IS: Tele- vision with Miss Kalivas. I Will to NHS: A street sign for "Scotter Alley." Adams: Bigelow: College. Senior Play 3: Vespers 2, 3: Music Club 2, 3: Rifle Club 1: Sailing Club 2, 33 Chess Club 1, 2, 3: A Capella Choir 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1. ROGER BRADBURY RAINVILLE 65 Adella Ave., West Newton Fred, A. J. Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Small's algebra class. I Will to NHS: An Austrailian sling-shot. Adams: Day: College. Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Art 1: Tunnel Patrol 2. KURT RANGSTRUP 626 Centre St., Newton Claim to Fame: I speak Danish. Bacon: Esbjerg Stattsskole, Den- mark: College. Soccer 3: Ice Hockey 3: Tennis 3: Track, Indoor 3: Gymnastic Team 3: Cross Country 3: Camera Club 33 Hunting and Fishing Club 3: Physics 3: Radio 3. BRUCE HARRY REED 197 Grove St., Auburndale Fondest Memory of NHS: Culti- vating the grounds with E.M. and D.C. I Will to NHS: The high jump "pit" in the drill shed. Barry: Warren: College. Football 1, 3: Track, Indoor 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2: Gym- nastic Team 2. DAVID SPENCER REED 197 Grove St., Auburndale Fondest Memory of NHS: Curso de buenos tiempos with J.E.S. and W.O. I Will to NHS: One 30 inch tape measure from Riley House for future "Bermuda Days." Riley: Warren: College. Workshop lg Newtonian 3: New- tonite 2, 3: Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 3: House Council 3: Stage Crew 3: Intramural Sports 2, 3. NL ELBERT O. REED 20 Berkshire Rd., Newtonville I Will to NHS: A new lunch- room. Beals: Ferr Creek: College. CARL JOSEPH REGAN 14 Larkin Rd., West Newton Joey Pet Quotation: "Hey, your mother!" Suppressed Desire: To celebrate the new year with D.P., D.K., E.H. again in New York. Barry: Warren: College. Basketball 1: Football 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Library Club 2, 3. NORENE R. REGAN 14 Larkin Rd., West Newton Reggie, NiNi Claim to Fame: July 4, 1962. Suppressed Desire: To have an- other summer like 1961 with a certain someone. Bacon: Warren: College. House Civics Committee 2, 3: Orange Shield 3: Rally 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Field Hockey 1, 2: Bacon House Commons Room Committee. DOROTHY ELIZABETH REILLY 20 River Street West Newton Dee, Reil Claim to Fame: Living the life of Riley. Pet Peeve: People who talk too much. Beacon: Warren: College. Orange Shield 2, 3: Rally Com- mittee 2, 3: Orange Sales 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Commons Room Committee 2, 3: Tennis 1, 2: Archery 2, 3: Softball 2: Outing 2, 3. "The K itcloevz C whine!" , .-.snv"' ...fn-HQ ...ami - - W' "Relief is just :wound the comer" DONNA JEAN RESH 38 Whitney Rd., Newton Claim to Fame: "The Spiders Club", right j.S.? Pet Peeve: Having people con- gradulate me for being pinned when it is only my soriety pin! Adams: Day: College. Orange Shield 2: Stage Crew 2: Tennis 3: Archery 3: Volley Ball 2 Latin Club 1, 2: Outing Club 2. PETER ANDREW RESNICK 36 Bonnybrook Rd., Waban Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Ehmann. Suppressed Desire: To crawl out of bed at 8:20 and still be on time for school. Palmer: Weeks: College. Finance Board 3: Newtonian 3: House Council 1, 2, 3: Treasurer of Associates Council 3: A Cap- pella Choir 3: Tennis 2, 3: Basketball 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Debating 1, 2, 3: Drama ,1 2, 3. WESLEY FRANKLIN RESTALL, JR. 15 Fountain Street West Newon Lee Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Richmond's biology class. Pet Quotation: Do you like snakes? Bacon: Warren: College. Sailing Club 2: Chess Club 3. PAUL MICHAEL RICHMOND 96 Harding St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: The new Sophomores. I Will to NHS: A "teacher alarm" for the boy's room. Beals: Day: College. Science Fair 1: House Ofiice 2, 3: Newton Plan Office 2. Herbert Hoover ROBERTA ANNE RICHMOND 22 King St., Auburndale Fondest Memory of NHS: "Foti- padenihohon - compliments of the Tribe. Claim to Fame: Being one of the "sick". Bacon: Warren: College. House Civics Committee 2, 33 Newtonite 2, 3: Orange Book 2: Senior Play 33 Spring Musical 2: Drama Festival 2: Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Vespers 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 2: Class Representative 2, 3: Girls Chorus 2: Mixed Chorus 1. MARILYN BETH RIDEOUT 209 Pleasant St., Newton Centre I Will to NHS: More teachers like Mr. Hall. Pet Quotation: Good play, Shake- speare. Adams: Weeks: College. Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Ushers 1, 2: Music 1, 2, 3: Madrigals 2, 3: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3. LESLIE NOBLE ROBART 50 Clearwater Rd. Newton Lower Falls Las, Lee Fondest Memory of NHS: Ski week with B.B. I Will to NHS: Three years of undigested lunches: Sat. hoarse throats. Bacon: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 1: Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 3: Drama Festival 2, 3: Rally Committee 3: Vespers 2, 3: Stage Crew 3: Ushers 3: Archery 2: Softball 1: Intramural Sports 1: International 3: Music 3: A Capella Choir 2, 3: Madrigals 3: Mixed Chorus 1: A.F.S. Committee 3. CHARLES E. ROBERTS 118 Hunnewell Ave. Newton Corner Chuck Fondest Memory of NHS: The tunnels. Chief Failing: Math. NTHS: Warren: Service. Administrative Aids 1, 2, 3. ELLEN GAIL ROBERTSON 34 Clyde St., Newtonville Gail Fondest Memory of NHS: Foti- padenihoho. Week-end with the poppers. Suppressed Desire: To always be as happy as I am today. Riley: Day: College. Orange Shield 3: Tigerama Com- mittee 3: Rally Committee 2, 3: Leader Corps 1, 2: Ushers 2, 3: Field Hockey 1, 2: Badminton 1: Softball 1, 2: Library 2, 3: Out- ing 1: Student Office Secretary 1, 2, 3. SHEILA MARIE ROBINSON 424 Cherry St., West Newton "Fat" I Will to NHS: My two hand- some brothers Al and james. Suppressed Desire: To have "Bonnie Allen" design my wed- ding gown? Bacon: St. Bernards: Business. Spring Musical 2, 3: Tennis 3: Archery 2: Home Economics 2. ii' 4 ' 3,.:f',1f? 1, .'s 'S '15 f If L . sf K 'J " f ,, i '23 gf? 'ef q . A u N. al! 1 F 1 A .I -O ', 'wa BRIAN TOWNELEY ROHSENOW 47 Windsor Rd., Waban Fondest Memory of NHS: The friends I made on ski trips. Claim to Fame: Yodelling in the MTA. Adams: Warren: College. Newtonian 2, Circulation Editor 3: House Council 3: Football 1: Track, Outdoor 2, 3: Ski Club 31 Physics 3: Sailing Club 1, 3, Class Committee 2: Folk Singing Club 3: Traffic Squad l, 2, 3. HARRY DAY ROMSEY 10 Playstead Rd. Newton Corner Skip Chief Failing: Chief failing is school subjects CJ.C. Halll. Pet Quotation: How's your mother? Adams: Natick: College. Home Room Manager 1, 2: Football 1, 2, 3: Ice Hockey 1, 3: Gymnastic Team 1, 2, 3: House Trafiic Patrol. ARDEN ELAINE ROSE 142 Eastbourne Rd. Newton Center I Will to NHS: A full length mirror in the girl's room on the third floor of Building one. Pet Quotation: . . .... as a friend." Beals: College. Home Room Manager 3: Tennis 1: Intramural Sports 1: Music 2, 3: Office Work 2, 5. WILLIAM ROSE 90 Woodchester Dr. Chestnut Hill "Sneezer" Chief Failing: English, English, English, English, Englishlll! Suppressed Desire: Last period study. Adams: Weeks: College. Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 2, Captain 3: Rally Com- mittee 2, 3: House Council 1, 2: Baseball 3: Track, Indoor 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Bi- ology 1: Rally Club 3: Associate Council 3: Tigerama Committee 3: House Civics Committee 3: Indoor Track 3. FREDERICK MCCLELLAN ROSEMOND 12 Ricker Ter., Newton Corner Rosie Fondest Memory of NHS: Tunnel from building two to building three. Pet Peeve: School. NTI-IS: Bigelow: College. Home Room Manager 2, 3: Ad- ministrative Aid 2, 3. LINDA ANNE ROSEN 40 Park Ave., Newton 58 Fondest Memory of NHS: Math classes with S.P. and that certain day in the tunnel of Building One. Pet Quotation: Spartacus' "My life, my love, my happiness." Riley: Bigelow: 'College. Newtonite 1, 3: House Council 1: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Debating 1: French 1, 2, 3: Library 3: Music 1, 2, 3: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3. "God must have loved the common people: be made so many of them" 4. ,il K wi lc Abraham Lincoln SANDRA LOIS ROSENBERG 25 Crosby Rd. Chestnut Hill Sandy Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. MacDonald's class. Pet Peeve: A homeroom on the fourth floor. Beals: Weeks: College. Future Teachers 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. ERIKA G. ROSENWALD 113 Kenrick St., Newton Ricky Fondest Memory of NHS: Walk- ing through the tunnels on a rainy day. I Will to NHS: My locker on the fourth floor of Building 1. Beals: Bigelow: College. Orange Shield 2: Archery 1, 3: Art 3: Studio. DIANNE PHYLLIS ROSS 524 Watertown St. Newtonville Big Dee I Will to NHS: My younger sister, Barbara. Pet Quotation: To be a credit to my Dad. Barry: Day: Business. DONALD LEE 1 ROSSMAN 239 Harvard Circle Newtonville Don Claim to Fame: My one day on the football squad. I Will to NHS: That one day! Barry: Day: College. House Council 2: Intramural Sports 2: Alpha Gamma Tau 1, 2, Vice President 3: Chemistry 2, Vice President 3: Physics 3: Key Club 3: Associate Council Finance Committee 3: Class Com- mittee 2, 3. H "I have not yet begun to fight. KENNETH ROTHSTEIN 18 Mignon Rd., West Newton ' Kenny Fondest Memory of NHS: My sophomore year when it took me three hours to talk Miss Creedon out of throwing me out of school. Pet Quotation: I'm not choosy if you say so. Barry, Warren, College. Track, Indoor 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. ALMA JEANNE ROUSSEAU 29 Farmington Road West Newton Jeanne, AJ Fondest Memory of NHS: English, junior year with Kath, Problems, senior year with BA, English senior year with Sue, and Mr. Warshaw. I Will to NHS: More teachers like Mr. Warshaw. Barry, Day, College. Rally Committee, Drama Festival, Library 3, Orchestra 1, Basketball 1, 2, Tennis 2, 3, Field Hockey 1, French 3, Future Teachers 35 Outing 1. RHONDA Y. RUBENSTEIN 35 Brackett Rd., Newton Ronni I Will to NHS: My seat in Mr. Hall's chemistry class. Pet Quotation: "It's empty!" Barry, Bigelow, College. Home Room Manager 3, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, Chemistry Club 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, Future Teachers Club 3, Outing Club 2. KRLENE SANDRA RUBIN 6 Willard St., Newton Wojie Fondest Memory of NHS: My wonderful sophomore year! CEspecially Mr. Fraktman's World history classl. Suppressed Desire: To go to Bucknell University with "HIM"! Bacon, Bigelow, College. House Civics Committee 1, 2, 3, Orange Shield 1, 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Newtonite 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, Golf 3, Tennis 3, Archery 3, French 3, Library 3, Oflice Work 1, 2, 3. John Paul Jones E fx v-' GEORGE JOSEPH RUBIN 26 Marshall St. Newton Center Rube, Yuri Fondest Memory of NHS: Fumbling Russian reading. I Will to NHS: 10" by 12" assignment books to copy Mr. Holmes assignments. Riley, Weeks, College Badminton 1, French Club 1, 2, International Club 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, Russian Club 1, 2, 3, Chess Club 1. 'GAIL ELAINE RUBINSTEIN 128 Cabot Street Newton, Mass. Fondest Memory of NHS: Se- renity of the cafeteria. Pet Quotation: "Ignorance is Bliss." Bacon, Bigelow, College. House Civics Committee 2, 3, Newtonian 3, Rally Committee 1, Drama 3, French 2, Inter- national 3, Music 1, 2, 3, House Social Committee, Office Helper 3, Modern Dance Group 1. MARIE ELAINE RUSSO 20 Broadway Ter., Newtonville Roose Fondest Memory of NHS: The six-Pac. Suppressed Desire: To read hair- raising stories to baldheaded men. Riley, Day, College. Tigerama Committee 2, 3, Girls Athletic Board 3, Rally Com- mittee 3, House Council 3, Leader Corps 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Field Hockey 2, 3, Archery 2, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, La- Crosse 1, Girls Chorus. ALLAN A. RYAN 151 Oakleigh Rd., Newton Al Claim to Fame: Using my Bicycle in a cross-country meet. I Will to NHS: Fifteen com- pletely disorganized sport pages. Bacon, Bigelow, College. Orange Shield 2, 3, Newtonite 2, 3, Track, Indoor 3, Track, Out- door 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 3, Tusitala Club 33 Sailing Club 1, As- sociates Council Representative 3. JOHN THOMAS RYAN 21 Adams St., Newtonville Jackie Fondest Memory of NHS: Study hall in 1228 with Mr. O'Connor. I Prophesy That: NHS will have a smoking room someday. Barry, Day, College. Ice Hockey 2, Intramural Sports I, 2. M'ICHAEL JEROME RYAN 304 Islington Rd. Auburndale Mike, Trevor, Kaye, Gordon Fondest Memory of NHS: All the nights before, Hyannis. I Will to NHS: C.P. Riley, Warren, College. Civics Committee 3, Orange Shield Captain 3, Tigerama Com- mittee 3, Rally Committee 3, House Council ll, Science Fair 3, Golf 2, 3, Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, Art Club 3, Class Representative 3. 1 af I X l 1-fy V9 i X..-f l X -if PETER EDWARD ' 1' 313 ful' Nfiw ,. lf. lProphc:s3,' lliat: Pauline Wright will become "Miss America". Riley3 Dayg Service. Home Room Manager 23 House Civics Committee 13 Orange Shield 2, 33 School Exchange 13 Tigerama Committee 33 Rally Committee 33 Science Fair lg Baseball 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Music Club 2g Russian Club 33 Boys Chorus 3. ag. mil ANTHONY SAURO 37 Cook St., Nonantum Tony, Ants Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Rossi's clerical practice .class. I V7ill to NHS: One ash tray in all boys' rooms. i JOY EMMA SABATINI 60 Clyde St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Having Jang Ja live at my house for a year. Fotipadenihohog Weekend of Sept. 8, 1961. Claim to.Famer' Doing the twist with eight kinds on the back of a two ton truck with F.M.D. driving. Bealsg Day3 College. Orange Shield 2, 33 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 33 Rally Com- mittee 33 Leader Corps 1, 23 Ushers 13 Outing Club 13 Spanish Club 2. PAULA RUTH SALOW 189 Evelyn Rd., Waban Fondest Memory of NHS: Some wonderful teachers-Miss Waters, Mr. West, Mr. Rossi. Pet Peeve: People who are slaves of first impressions. Bealsg Weeksg College. Beals Legislature 2, 33 Home Room Manager 23 Orange Shield 23 Newtonian Data Editor 33 Newtonite 33 Orange Book 2, 33 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 33 Drama Festival 2, 33 Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 33 House Council 1, 2, 33 Golf 33 Intramural Sports 23 Drama 1, 2, 33 French l, 2, 33 Music 1, 2, 33 House Assembly Committee Chairman 23 House "Panel Discussion" 2, 33 Junior Class Committee 23 Beals House Secretary 33 Mixed Chorus 1, 2. BARRY JAMES SALOW 45 Judith Rd. Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Home- room 1444, two years in a row. Suppressed Desire: To make a million before I am twenty-two. Bealsg Weeksg College. Intramural Sports 13 International l. SHEILA S. SANDERSON 114 Lowell Ave., Newtonville Chief Failing: School. Suppressed Desire: To go through a whole year without one detention. Bacon3 Pentucket Regional Highg College. Archery 13 Softball 1, 23 Art Club 13 Spanish Club 1. Palmer- Day. Workshf,-gf 2, 33 Stage Crew 2, 33 Ge-li an Ice Hockey 33 Art 1, 23 Ecorxmnics 3. QNX tt ,L Ts 1 le , if f- J IK x 3 A I 4- 5. -sq - FREDRICK N. SADOW 40 Judith Rd., Newton Centre Freddie I Will to NHS: My pink, yellow, and baby-blue striped shirt. Pet Quotation: "Censored". Rileyg Weeks3 College. Newtonian 33 French Club 13 Intermural Football 1. JEANNE EVA SAINDON 14 Hood St., Newton Jeanie Fondest Memory of NHS: Spring 1961, S.K., W.H., P.F. and friends. Chief Failing: Math with Mr. Peterson. Adamsg Bigelowg College. Orange Shield 2, 33 Newtonian 33 Rally Committee 13 Stage Crew 2, 33 Ushers 33 Student Oflice Secretary 2, 33 Music 33 Outing 1. 'if sv X "You are uneasy . . ANGELO ROBERT SANTONASTASO 369 Watertown St., Newton Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: The day I went to the football game. Chief Failing: U.S. History. Riley3 Dayg Service. Dance Committee 1, 2, 33 Basket- ball 3. RICHARD ALAN SALTER 40 Old Colony Rd. Chestnut Hill "Kosher" Fondest Memory of NHS: National Honor Society 1, 2, 3. I Prophesy That: The tiger will eat the lion. Bealsg Weeks: College. Legislature 1, 33 Civics Board 33 Executive Committee 33 Home Room Manager 13 House Civics Committee 1, 23 Orange Shield 1, 2, 33 Boy's Athletic Board 2, Ushers 2g Basketball 2g Football 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2g Cadu- ceans Club 13 International Club 1, 23 Latin Club 13 Associate Council Representative 1, Presi- dent 33 Class Committee 2. ELLEN MONA SAVET 20 Nottingham St. Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: G block study. I Will to NHS: A gas leak in Building one at least once a month. Adamsg Bigelowg College. Newtonian 33 Tigerama Com- mittee lg House Council 23 Bad- minton 23 French Club lg Home Economic Club 23 Orchesis 1. all NORMAN PIERCE SAWYER 55 Windsor St., Waban Norm Fondest Memory of NHS: Sopho- more year and fellow students. Suppressed Desire: To receive my license. Adams3 Warreng College. ui... You never sailed with me before, I I see: ' JOHN ARTHUR SEETON 11 Fairway Drive West Newton Jack Fondest Memory of NHS: Ho- jo's 128, Thanksgiving morning 1960 before Brookline game. I Prophesy That: Eventually there will be three confused high schools in Newton. Rileyg Dayg College. Newtonite 33 Newtonian 33 Spring Musical 23 Concert Band 1, 2, 33 Marching Band 1, 2, 3. Andrew Jackson VICTORIA ANN SEEGLITZ 315 Franklin St. Newton Corner Vicki Fondest Memory of NHS: Last motorcade of my junior year . . . Right Bob?? Pet Quotation: "Never on a Mon- day!" Barryg Bigelowg College. House Civics Committee lg Or- ange Shield 33 Tigerama Commit- tee 1, 23 Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Leader Corps 33 Ushers 1, 2, 33 Tennis 2, 33 Badminton 13 Cadu- ceans 33 Outing 1. ,-.:w,- frm-1:-we f --vw' iv "ul-. THEODORE H. SCHELL 231 'Ward St., Newton Centre Ted I Will to NHS: The last of the Schells-1164. Suppressed Desire: To play with the IBM machine. Bacong Bigelow3 College. Home Room Manager 2, 33 House Civics Committee 2, 33 Newtonite 33 Drama Festival 33 Debating 33 Newtonian Adver- tising Editor 33 Newtonite Ad Staff 1, 23 House Assembly Committee lg American Field' Service 33 Tigerama Publicity Committee 1, 2. SUSAN DEBORAH SCHRETER 25 Philmore Rd., Newton Sue Fondest Memory of NHS: Play- ing bridge in the library. I Will to NHS: My home room in 1444 for three years. Beals: Bigelow3 College. Rally Committee 1, 23 Tennis 13 Latin 13 Library 33 American Field Service 2. EDWARD S. SCHWARTZ 435 Highland St. Newtonville "Schwartzy" Fondest Memory of NHS: Pop- ping popcorn over a bunsen burn- er in my junior year. Pet Peeve: "My name is S-C-H- W-A-R-T-Z no Swartz. Palmerg Dayg College. Boys Cheer Leaders 33 House Council Alternate 33 Vesepers 13 Intramural Sports 1, 33 Gymnast- ic Team 1, 33 Drama 3g LaCrosse 33 Latin 33 Rifle lg Trafific Squad 23 Science Ofiice Help 3. STEWART AUSTIN SEAWARD 19 Davis St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Rip- ping my pants climbing the fence at the Brookline game. Pet Peeve: When people say "oh you're Inky!" Adams3 Warreng College. Tigerama Committee 33 House Council lg Science Fair 33 Foot- ball 13 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 33 Biology Club 23 Tunnel patrol 2. ft 45 I9 AY Alba SUSAN MARTHA SCHILLER 849 Commonwealth Ave. Newton Centre Sue I Prophesy That: Building one will be here for another 100 years. Pet Peeve: The cafeteria. Bealsg Weeksg College. Home Room Manager 33 Orange Shield 33 Tennis 1, 2, 33 French lg Spanish 23 Class Committee 2. 'R DOMINIC CHARLES SCICHILONE 5 Rose Drive, West Newton Schicky Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Folley, Business Review B-Block. I Will to NHS: The last of the Mohegans number 143 My Bro- ther. Barryg Dayg Business. '-s s., 90 'ft X 'W viii. '- ,' . 4 X.:--'js . - ". - Y cj, " .14 '9S5iL:'.i' A 4.-.5 38 ,lg J GLENN ALDEN SEGAL 30 North St., Newtonville Glenn I Will to NHS: My perfect rec- ord. Chief Failing: Mrs. Spector's French class. Adams: Day: College. Tunnel Patrol 2. BARBARA JOAN SELLERS 127 Albemarle Rd. Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Morn- ings in the auditorium with the "gang." Suppressed Desire: To get an A in algebra I-3. Adams: Day: College. Home Room Manager 2, 3: Dra- ma Festival 1, 2, 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Tennis 1: Drama 3: Future Teachers 3. PETER DAVID SHAER 19 Greylock Rd. Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Jacobson's math class. I Will to NHS: A home room of angel's for Mr. Shapiro. Bacon: College. Orange Book 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: French Club 1: Rifle Club 1, 2: Student Ofiice Secretary 3. JEFFREY ALLAN SHANE 84 Walker St., Newtonville Jeff Fondest Memory of NHS: E.Z. and the Palmer winter outing. Suppressed Desire: To park on the front lawn of Building three. Palmer: Wakefield High: College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Manager 1: House Civics Com- Civics Committee 2: Home Room mittee 2, 3: House Council 3: Science Fair 1, 2: Class Council 2. JANET RUTH SHAPIRO 19 Whittier Road Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: Being the only girl in my physics and math classes. Pet Peeve: Climbing to the fourth floor of Building one every morn- ing. Beals: Day: College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Newtonite 2, 3: Home Room Manager 2: Vespers 3: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Tennis 2: Basket- ball 1: Chemistry Club 2, 3: French Club 1, 2, 3 Music Club 1, 2, 3. JUDITH LORA SHAPIRO 38 Burr Rd., Newton Centre Judy, Irish Fondest Memory of NHS: Fo-ti- pa-de ni-ho-hot and "June 7, l96l". Prophesy That: Debbie Farren will be driving at Datonna Beach or Indianapolis Speedway next summer. Barry: Weeks: College. Senior Play 3: Drama Festival 31 Rally Committee 3: Volley Ball 1. l"' :ei iz lxxtx LINDA SUE SHAPIRO 6 Cotter Rd., Waban I Will to NHS: All the luck in the world to keep Building One standing. Pet Quotation: I'm onelthird French major, onelthird English major and twofthirds math major. Palmer: Weeks: College. French 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers 1, 2, 3: Library 3: Music 2, 3: Science Oflice Helper 2. MARJORIE ELLEN SHAPIRO 50 Quincy Road Chestnut Hill Margie I Will to NHS: ID IH83282. Suppressed Desire: To suppress my unsuppressed desire. Palmer: Weeks: College. Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 1, Feature Editor 2, Headline Editor 3: American Field Service 2, 3: French 1, 2, 3: Hosts and Guides Committee 2: Rally Club 2: International 2. ROSALYN MARSHA SHAPIRO 1075 Commonwealth Ave. Newton Centre Rozi Fondest Memory of NHS: Junior year bookkeeping with Sue and O. and O." I Will to NHS: My Carrot-top brother. , Palmer: Brookline High: College. Field Hockey 2: Softball 2: House Traffic Squad 2, 39 Student Office Secretary 2, 3. FLORENCE LOUISE SHARP 182 Tremont St. Newton Corner Florrie Fondest Memory of NHS: Being a majorette and going to football games. Suppressed Desire: To get a '61' Impala convertible, blue. Riley: Pitman: College. Rally Committee 3: Home Eco- nomics Club 3: Majorette 3. "Learn the sweet magic 0 f a cheerful ace" -. ru, .4 -'U-up-an-A...-. QL... Oliver Wendell Holmes "Nothing happens unless first zz d1"66l77ZU Carl Sandburg JILL NANCI SHARROW 130 Garland Rd. Newton Centre Claim to Fame: Being one of the five musketeers. I Prophesy That: Sat. nite 8: Sun. morning will come everyweek. Beals: Weeks: College. Rally Committee 1: Tennis 2: Oflice work 1. RISA SUSAN SHARZER 12 Ivanhoe St., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: The joys of Mr. Parkard's and Mr. Prentiss's classes. Pet Quotation: I don't know. Where should we go? Beals: Bigelow: College. Orange Book 2: Drama Festival 1, 3: Science Fair 1: Latin 2, 3: Student Oflice Secretary 2, 3. JUDITH LOUISE SHERMAN 77 Wildwood Ave. Newtonville Judi I Will to NHS: Oxygen masks for students on the fourth floor of Building One. Suppressed Desire: To ask Mr. Martin, "Why?" Beals: Day: College. Orange Shield 2: Rally Commit- tee 3: Leaders Corps 2: Golf 1, 2, 3: Badminton 2, 3: Volley Ball 2 Caduceans 1: Future Teachers 2, 3: Outing 3. PAUL G. SHERMAN 35 James Street, West Newton The Kid Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Fortune. I Will to NHS: Jon Chasson and Charlie Nelson's teeth. Barry: Warren: College. Rally Committee 3: Basketball 3: Football 3: Debating 3: Fixture Teachers 2, 3: LaCrosse 3: Rus- sian Club 2, 3. MARJORI E DALE SHERRY 130 Newtonville Ave. Newton Margie Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Malone's physiology class. Pet Peeve: Not having a class with S.D. Bacon: Bigelow: College. Newtonite 3: Junior Red Cross Council 3: Intramural Sports 1: Home Economics Club 1, 2: Out- ing Club 1: Mixed Chorus 1: Stu- dent Ofiice Secretary 2, 3. JANE SHUSTER 672' Centre St., Newton Janie Claim to Fame: Untidiness. Suppressed Desire: 800 in college boards. Palmer: Jeremiah E. Burke: Col- lege. EDWIN GERARD SILVER 347 Linwood Ave. Newtonville Eddy Fondest Memory of NHS: Eating breakfast in the car at 8:15. Chief Failing: Beating the Bells. NTHS: Day: College. Concert Band 1: Marching Band 1, 2: Administrative Aid 3. MICHAEL ALAN SILVERMAN 85 Mary Ellen Rd., Waban Mike Fondest Memory of NHS: Study halls with Mrs. Leone. Suppressed Desire: To be able to get from 226 to 1444 through the tunnels on time. i Palmer: Weeks: College. Orange Shield 3: House Council 3: Science Fair 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: English 2: French 1: Trafhc Squad 2: Math Club 3: Ofhce Help 2. PAUL JOSEPH SILVERMAN 296 Ward St., Newtonville Pablo Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Shapiro's WHITE CARD. Pet Quotation: No se, Senor. Bacon: Bigelow: College. Home Room Manager 3: Orange Shield 3: Ushers 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Student Oflice Sec- retary 3. DAVID M. SINGER 120 Waverley Ave., Newton E. B. I Will to NHS: My vast knowl- edge of the spice of moden exist- ence. Suppressed Desire: To be ac- cepted at Radcliffe. Bacon: Bigelow: College. Home Room Manager 1: House Civics Committee 1, 3: Newton- ian 3: Newtonite 3: Tigerama Committee 3: International Club 2, 3:'Latin Club 1, 2, 5: Rifle Club 2, 3. DIANE ARLENE SINGER 460 Waverly Ave. Newton Centre Claim to Fame: 1961 Red Cross Leadership Training Center-Hood College, Fredericks, Maryland. Pet Peeve: Going from 1444 to 235. Riley: Bigelow, College. Newtonian Copy Editor 39 New- tonite Advertising 29 Science Fair French 1, 29 International Club 3: Class Committee 2, American Field Service 1, 2, 39 Delegate to 1961 Red Cross Leadership Train- ing Center, Maryland 25 junior Red Cross Council 1, Chairman of Fun Book, Treasurer 2, Vice President 39 Orange Book Copy Editor 29 House Bulletin Board Committee 2. LINDA ANN SINOYAN 49 Sterling St. West Newton Speechless Fondest Memory of NHS: "Fori- padenihoho" the Fellas. Pet Peeve: Fakers - know who I mean? Orange Shield 2, 3, Newtonian 2, 39 Newtonite 2, 39 Orange Book 2: Tigerama Committee 2, 39 Senior Play 39 Spring Musical 1, 2, Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: Ves- pers 29 Stage Crew 2. PATRICIA ANN SISSON 55 Northgate Park West Newton Pat Fondest Memory of NHS: Being if-'19 in the motorcade. Suppressed Desire: To see my German "pen pal." Beals: Warren: College. Legislature 2, Orange Shield 2, 39 Leader Corps 1, 2, 39 Ushers lg Outing 1: Class Representative 3. ELLEN CORRINE SKOLNICK 17 Ireland Rd. Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: First year Spanish with Mr. De Felix. I Will to NHS: My school books and the homework that comes with them. Riley, Bigelow, College. Ushers lg Caduceans Club 3. CARLTON KIMBALL SMITH, JR. 73 Kaposia St., Auburndale Kim I Will to NHS: One sister and brother. Pet Quotation: You believe it. NTI-IS: Warren, Service. KENNETH BRENNER SMITH 29 Burr Rd., Newton Centre "Smitty", Ken Fondest Memory of NHS: "Mix- ing" these past two years: Adams House. I Prophesy That: Mr. Malone, Mr. O'Connel and Mr. Fortune will continue to make good In- dians. Adams, Bigelow, College. Legislature 2, 39 Orange Shield 2, School Exchange'2g House Coun- cil Vice President 1, President 2, 39 Ushers 2, Basketball 1, 2, 39 Football 3, Track, Outdoor 1, 2, 39 Intramural Sports 1, 29 Class President 2, 3. "You may fire when ready, Gfridleyv George Dewey LAURENCE MARK SMITH 30 Sunset Rd., Newton Larry Fondest Memory of NHS: Chem- istry experiments during lunch. I Will to NHS: A tunnel from building 1 to 2. Adams: Bigelow: College. Rifle Club 1, 2, 39 Math Club, Sailing Club 2, 39 Alternate Class Representative 3. JUDITH ANNE SIMONDS 568 California St., Newtoville Judv Fondest Memory of NHS: Get- ting up at 5 a.m. to go to Logan Airport with Leanne on a school day. Claim to Fame: Getting my pic- ture in the Newton Sough High yearbook. Barry: Day, College. Theatrical Make-Up 39 Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 2, 39 Social Board 39 Vespers 1, 2, 39 Tennis 1, 39 Caduceans 1, 2, 39 Music Club 1, 2, 39 Student Of- fice Secretary 1, 2, 39 Drama Fes- tival 2: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 39 Orchestra 1, 29 Girls' Leader Corps 2, 39 Madrigals 3. ROSEMARY SMITH 65 Dickerman Rd. Newton Highlands Irish Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Rossi's clerical practice class. Chief Failing: Not speaking loud enough. Palmer: Cavan Technical School, Ireland, College. junior Red Cross Council 39 Bad- minton 39 Caduceans 3. WARREN A. SMITH 57 Cherry Place, West Newton Jay Fondest Memory of NHS: Lunch at Newtonville and last period study. I Prophesy That: There will soon be ash trays in the boys room. Barry, Warren: Service. Orblge Shield 3. "Leis look at the record" Al Smith SUSAN BETH SNEIDER 48 Winchester Rd. Newtonville Sue, Schnitz, Snipo Fondest Memory of NHS: The forty-three pounds I lost from not eating lunches. Suppressed Desire: To have more snow storms during the school year. Palmer: Bigelow: College. Orange Shield 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2: Golf 1, 2: Softball 1, 2: La- Crosse l, 2. JANE ELIZABETH SNOOK 74 Page Rd., Newtonville Snookie Pet Quotation: Can't dance, might as well. Suppressed Desire: To become a private secretary. Bacon: Day: College. Field Hockey 1: Intramural Sports 1: Home Economics 1, 2, 3: Mix- ed Chorus 1: Ofiice Work 2, 3. BEVERLY ELAINE SNYDER -430 Ward St., Newton Centre Bevy, Bev Fondest Memory of NHS: My junior year: Iota Phi: Orange Book and Newtonian. Pet Quotation: I don't believe it! Barry: Bigelow: College. Publications Board 3: Home Room Manager 1: Orange Shield 2: Newtonian Art and Layout Editor 3: Orange Book Editor-in- Chief 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Ushers 1, 2, 35 Science Fair 3: Art Club 3: French Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Class Com- mittee Vice President 2: Stu- dent Office Secretary 2, 3: AFS 1, 2, 3. JANE W. SNYDER 103 Langdon St., Newton Janie Fondest Memory of NHS: The young folks at "Home:" Compos- ing songs with the B.M.'s: Three clamrolls, and a hamburg. Claim to Fame: Newport and Oldsmobile and Fensy. Adams: Bigelow: College. House Civics Committee 3: Or- ange Shield 3: Rally Committee 1: Junior Red Cross 2, 3: Future Teachers of America Club 1, Sec- retary 2, 3: Latin Club 1: House Ofhce 1, 2, 3: Parents' Nighi 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 1. 6. I1 XX EDWARD JAMES SONIER 40 Hale St. Newton Upper Falls I Will to NHS: All my lost code books. Suppressed Desire: For summer vacation to last all year. NTHS: Meadowbrook: Service. Workshop 1, 2, 3: Science Fair 1, 2, 3: Physics Club 2: Adminis- trative Aids 1. ROBERT ALAN SPINNER 33 Gay St., Newtonville Fadato, Foofenella Suppressed Desire: Is no longer suppressed thanks to Mark and Eric. Pet Quotation: It is better to keep your mouth closed and be thought a fool than to to open your mouth and remove all doubt! Barry: Day: College. National Honor Society 2, 3: Orange Shield 1: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Drama Festival 2: Alpha Gamma Tau 1: Latin Club 1: Key Club 2, Secretary 3: Chess Club 1, 2, 3: Newtonian 3: Associates Coun- cil Representative 3. LINDA LEE STANTON 11 Harrington St., Newtonville Lin: Blondee Claim to Fame: Being "Alice" in the senior play. Suppressed Desire: To have my own IBM machine for doing math. Riley: Day: College. Senior Play 3: Spring Musical 1, 3: Rally Committee 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3. MARY JANE STEEVES 567 Walnut St. Newtonville Janie, Stevie Fondest Memory of NHS:' Mr. Lent's physics class 1960-1961. Pet Quotation: Ye'es! Palmer: Deseronto High, Canada: College. Theatrical Make up 3: Rally Com- mittee 3: Science Fair 3: Basket- ball 3: Biology 3: Library 3: Chess Club 3. STEPHEN PAUL STEINBERG 32 Park Lane, Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: G Block Study. Claim to Fame: Myself. Palmer: Weeks: College. Newtonian 3: Orange Book 2: Senior Play 3:-Tennis 1, 2, 3: Badminton 1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Cross Country 2: Debating 3: French 1, 3: Latin 3: Library 3: Traflic Squad 2, 3. JOAN ESTER ST EPANIAN 24 Arlington St., Newton Joanie Fondest Memory of NHS: All the wonderful kids, and teachers I've met and will never forget. Pet' Quotation: You're kidding. Adams: Patrick Campbell: Col- lege. Junior Red Cross Council 3: Stage Crew: 1, 2: Future Teachers of America 2, 3. .l 1? K Jack ,fr : fe 3 i ,. sa ' lr, . vt, 3, .5 . - if . Vt.: , 'Q .rl BARRY ROBERT ST5LI.IdR KAREN INA STONE JANET ELLEN STOUT 10 Kilburn Rd.. es: Newton 396 Chestnut St., West Newton 69 Moffat Rd., Waban Fondest Memory of NHS: New- Jan, Jenny Claim to Fame. The only boy YOUNG m3kf"UP bl' 'The light Of I Will to NHS: My sister Vicky. to get thrown out of Mr. Hall's The moons" MY JUUIOF Yefif- Suppressed Desire: To become an class without getting thrown out I Will to NHS: "More courses Airline Stewardess. of school. , I Will to NHS: Another Stiller. Barry: Boston Latin: College. Civics Committee 1, 2: House Civics Committee 3: Tigerama Committee 2, 3: Junior Red Cross Council 2: Stage Crew 3: Ushers I, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Gymnastic Team 2: Chemistry Club 2. 'X BARBARA JEAN SWAINSON 59 Gay St., Newtonville Beejee Fondest Memory of NHS: "The Blasting II" at Stowe: the Cape: Annie's P.J. parties. Suppressed Desire: To return to Irasburg Inn. Barry: Day: College. Orange Shield Z: Rally Commit- tee 2. Leader Corps 1, 2: Ten- nis 2. iff.-Smoking Committee 1, 2. in advanced "Bus Riding." Palmer: Weeks: College. Civics Board 2: 3: Civics Com- mittee 2, 3: House Civics Com- mittee 2, 3, Chairman: Newton- ian 3: Newtonite Art Editor 1, 2, 3: House Council 2, 3: Cavalry 1: Drama Club I: French Club 1, 2, 3: Activities Commission Chair- man: Class Committee 2, 3: Elec- tion Committee. ROBERT STRONG SULLIVAN 35 Newell Rd., Auburndale Sully Claim to Fame: Having a private parking space three miles from school. Pet Quotation: Personally, I couldn't care less. Adams: Warren: College. Meteorology 3. RAYMOND LEO SURETTE 357 Conant Rd., Weston NTHS: Weston High: Business. JOHN WALTER SZRETTER 25 Westfield Rd., Natick Fondest Memory of NHS: Stand- ing in hall watching girls walk by. Pet Quotation: I almost care!! , NTHS: Natick High School: Business. Barry: Warren: Business. Golf 2: Field Hockey 1, Z. fgaaf. ..-,,...... .-5: ..-' ff?"'s. " " MARJORIE MARIE SULLIVAN 44 Bourne St., Auburndale Margi, Mouse Fondest Memory of NHS: Thanksgiving game with Diane in '59, Chief Failing: My many crushes. Bacon: Warren: College. Orange Shield 3: Newtonite Cir- culation Staff 2: Rally Committee 2, 3: Stage Crew 3: Intramural Sports 1: Student Secretary Assist- ant 3: House Council Treasurer 2, 3. "From east to west blow the trumpet to 6l1'77Z5.,U SANDRA KATHLEEN TALLO IIA Faxon Street, Newton Sandy, Squee-Gee Fondest Memory of NHS: French class 1960-61 with Pete, Don, Ken. I Will to NHS: Some real spa- ghetti and meatballs for lunch. Barry: Day: Business. Rally Committee 3: Basketball I, 2, 3: Tennis 3: Field Hockey 2, 3: Archery 1: Badminton 2: Soft- ball 1, 2: Voliey Ball 2, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3: French Club 1. Thomas Paine THOMAS JERMAN TANNER 27 Jerome Ave., West Newton Tommy I Will to NHS: Grandstands in the halls to watch girls. I Prophesy That: 'Elm Road will be made into a dragstrip. NTHS: Day: College. Drama 2. 5 TOBIE ANN TARLOW 35 Cabot St., Newton I Will to NHS: My sister, who'll will my brother, who'll will . . . Pet Quotation: . . And all that jazz." Riley: Bigelow: College. Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: International Club 2: Latin Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 1, 2, 3. GAIL ROBERTA TATELBAUM 52 Noble St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Two years of French with Mr. Allen. I Will to NHS: My sister in three years, Beware! Palmer: Warren: College. Orange Shield 2: Senior Play 3: Leader Corps 2: Ushers 1, 2: Stage Crew 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2: Golf 3: Archery 3: Caduceans 1, 2: Library 2, 3: Outing Club 2: Palmer House Assistant 1, 3. 1 CHESTER IRVING TAYLOR 1 Mount Ida Ter. Newton Corner Chet Fondest Memory of NHS: Get- ting out at 11:30 everyday. Palmer: Service. "I am as strong as az bull moose" MARGARET JOAN THORMANN 22 Brae Burn Road Auburndale Joan Fondest Memory of NHS: The gas leak. Suppressed Desire: To visit Zab- ranchburg High School. Adams: Warren: College. Orange Shield 3: Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3: House Council 1, Secretary 2, President 3: Vespers 1, 2: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, manager: Intramural Sports 1, 2: French 2, 3: Music 1, 2, 3: Cavalry 1: Student Ollice Secretary 2. Theodore Roosevelt MARGO ELAINE TERRIO 36 joseph Rd., Newtonville "Miss Margie" - "Miss America" Blondie Pet Quotation: "Maybe?" Don't make me laugh. Suppressed Desire: To get my Mrs. degree from Tony. Palmer: Bigelow: College. Civics Committee 1: House Civics Committee 1: Music Board 1: Drama Board 2: Tigerama Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: Spring Musical 1: Drama Festival 2: Rally Com- mittee 2: Vespers 2, 3: Leader Corps 2: Dance Committee 1, 2: Ushers 2, 3: Tennis 3: Archery 2: Softball 1: Art 3: Music 1, 2. ALBERT TEMPERLEY II 71 Pleasant St. Newton Centre Sunny, Al Pet Quotation: "To be or not to be and I wasn't." Suppressed Desire: To convert the cafeteria to a HO-JO'S. Riley: Weeks: College. SUSAN BARBARA TEPPER 120 Forest Ave. West Newton Palmer: Warren National Honor retary 3: Home 1: Newtonian 3 1, 2, 3: Leader national Club 2 1, 2, 3: English 3 College. Society 2, Sec- Room Manager House Council Corps 3: Inter- 3: Music Club Club 1: Ameri- can Field Service 1, 2, Co-Chair- man 3: Reflections 2, 3. GEORGE E. TERRIO 99 Highland St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Ford. Claim to Fame: The Coupe. Riley: Warren: College. Vespers 3. -'35 4,3 'M--vi RAYMOND ANTHONY TEDESCHI 64 William St. West Newton Ray, Ted I Will to NHS: More people like me. Suppressed Desire: To make a million! Riley: Warren: College. Home Room Manager 1, 2: Orange Shield 3: Rally Com- mittee 3: Ushers 3: Science Fair 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Gymnastic Team 1, 2, 3: Biology Club 1: Hunting and Fishing 1. JANET PHYLLIS TERENZIO 51 Albert Rd., Auburndale Jan Fondest Memory of NHS: Meet- ing him at my locker: Going to the Senior Prom in my junior year. I Will to NHS: My brother and all my late slips. Palmer: Warren: Business. I -2 -CQ wr'-H-7 FREDERICK ROBERT TOBIO 24 Bowen St., Newton Centre Toby I Prophesy That: I shall return. Suppressed Desire: To go back to Hyannis. Riley: Weeks: College. Home Room Manager 1, 2, Orange Shield 1, 2, 33 Tigerama Committee 1, 2, 35 House Council 1, Zg Stage Crew 1, 2, 33 football l, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3g Intramural Sports 1, Cross Country 1, 2: Art Club 1, 2, 33 Hunting and Fishing 1, 2, 35 Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, Sailing Club 1, 2. EDWARD WILLIAM TOOMEY 12 Dexter Rd., Newtonville "Ted" Fondest Memory of NHS: Math in 338. I Will to NHS: My brother. Riley: Our Lady'sg College. Legislature 2, 3: Home Room Manager 3, Rally Committee 2, 3: Footbalrl 1, 2: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Debating 1g Inter- national 3. KATHERINE BADGER TOWER 30 Shaw St., West Newton Kay Chief Failing: Looking for fun. Pet Peeve: Not finishing assign- ments a week ahead. Adams: Warren, College. National Honor Society 2, 33 Girl's Athletic Board 2, Presi- dent 35 Leader Corps 1, 2, 33 Science Fair 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3: Field Hockey 1, 2, 35 Softball 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Outing Club 1, President 2, 3, Student Office Secretary 2, 3. BEVERLY JEAN TOWNSEND 12 Balcarres Rd., West Newton "Bev, "baa-baa" Claim to Fame: One of the few people who knows the story of "Soock." Pet Quotation: Yes, umhum. Riley, Warren, College. Home Room Manager 3, House Civics Committee 2, 3g Orange Shield 3, Rally Committee 1, 2, 33 Vespers 1, 2, Leader Corps 1, 2, 35 Stage Crew lg Ushers 2, 3, Science Fair lg Tennis 2, 3: Archery 1, 2, Latin Club 2, 33 Music Club 1, 2, 3g Outing Club 1, 2: Cheering Section 1, 2, 3. PETER DANIEL TRAMONTOZZI 265 California St., Newton Pete Chief Failing: Newton High School. Suppressed Desire: To become a Millionaire. Beals: Day: Service. BRIAN JOSEPH TUOHEY 480 Crafts St., West Newton Suppressed Desire: To see Mr. Prentiss teach meteorology. Pet Peeve: All those funny noises you hear in home room 322. Bacon, Day, College. Home Room Manager lg Ushers 2, 3: Science Fair lg Baseball lg Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Folk- singing Club 2, 3, Temporary Orange Shield 23 Assembly Com- mittee 3. JUDITH KATHERINE TURNBULL 19 Webster St., Newton Centre Judie Fondest Memory of NHS: R.J. and May 29, 1960, The past two Labor Day weekends. Chief Failing: Searching for depth with B.H. and nearly drowning. Riley, College. Homer Room Manager 1g The- atrical Make up 34 Orange Shield 1, 3: Newronite 1, 3, Orange Book 2, 3: Tigerama Committee lg Rally Committee 1, 2, 3. DAVID UDIN 11 Bencliffe Circle, Auburndale Dave Fondest Memory of NHS: Ar- guing politics with Paul and Ed. Chief Failing: Never shouted down P. de R. Adams, Warren: College. Physics 3: Folk Singing 3. ARLENE MARIE VACHON 37 Jasset St., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Well's shorthand class. Pet Quotation: What, are you kidding me. Barry, Our Lady's,- Business. Orange Shield 1, 2: Rally Corn- mittee 2, 3g Ushers 3: Volley Ball 2, 39 Badminton 1. JOHN P. VAGLICA, JR. 41 Chesley Road Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Work- ing in Adams House Oflice with Mrs. Chartier, Mr. Foster, C.K. and J.M. I Prophesy that: The tunnels will have wall to wall carpeting. Adams: Weeks, College. "Washington is in the clear upper sky" Daniel Webster L ". . . tread in the footsteps of 77Zenv Martin Van Buren ELAINE MARILYN VEINOT 66 Eddy St., West Newton Lainie Chief Failing: Boys in general. Suppressed Desire: To succeed in life. Bacong Day5 College. Theatrical Make up 25 Tigerama Committee 25 Senior Play 35 S.S. 2, 35 Common's Room Com- mittee 2, 3. ANITA VILLEGAS 53 Newtonville Ave., Newton Bunny Fondest Memory of NHS: All those delicious pizzas. Chief Failing: Not wearing rubber boots in the tunnels when it rained. Rileyg Bigelow5 College. Home Room Manager 25 New- tonite 35 Basketball 15 Field Hockey 25 Intramural Sports 15 Music Club 1, 25 Outing Club 15 Sailing Club 25 Class Representa- tive 35 Student Oflice Secretary 2. MARTHA ANN VOLANTE 76 Los Angeles St., Newton Marthann Fondest Memory of NHS: Trying to make it to 1444 on time. Pet Quotation: How about that. Palmer5 Our Lady's5 College. Leader Corps 35 Archery 35 Bad- minton 35 La Crosse 3. PETER CAWTHORN WADE 253 Church Street Newton Corner Pete Fondest Memory of NHS: Fire Drills during lunch period. I Will to NHS: All the con- veniently placed Barry House lockers in the basement of Build- ing one. Barryg Warreng College. Riiiery 1, 2, 3, Captain 35 Science Fair 35 Aviation Club 35 Ria: Club 1, 2, 3. I,-f X RONALD FREDERICK WALKER 105 Temple St., West Newton Ronnie Fondest Memory of NHS: Sep- tember 24, 1959 in front of Room 337. I Will to NHS: A tunnel from the boys' locker room to the drill shed. Bacon5 Warreng College. Tigerama Committee 15 Ushers 35 Basketball 1, 35 Intramural 1, 2, 35 Folk Singing Club 2, 3. STEVEN JAY WALLACH 99 Hammondswood Rd. Chestnut Hill Butch, Muscles Claim to Fame: Being marked absent when standing sideways. I Will to NHS: A can of oil for the IBM Machine. Palmer5 Weeks: College. Home Room Manager 35 Tennis 2, 35 Debating 2, 35 Russian Club 1, Vice President 2, 3. ELEANOR WALLINS 30 Priscilla Rd. Chestnut Hill Ellie, El Fondest Memory of NHS: The day the gas pipes burst in Build- ing one. Chief Failing: Trying to do six hours home work in three hours time. Palmer, Weeks5 College. Legislature 35 Senior Play 15 French Club 2, 35 Spainsh Club 3. JAMES WILLCUTT WALSH 20 Clyde Street, Newtonville Pooch Fondest Memory of NHS: Foot- ball Games. I Will to NHS: My mother. Palmerg Dayg Business. GERALD WAYNE WAMBOLT 121 Parmenter Rd. West Newton Gerry Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. jacobson's class Room 338. Pet Quotation: "Okay kids!" in Mrs. Geiger's study ha.ll. Bacong Dayg College. Newtonite 35 Senior Play Ushers 35 Vespers 25 Intramural Sports 35 Meteorology 3. EVELYN ELISE WARE 33 Somerset Rd., West Newton Lynne, Linnie Fondest Memory of NHS: Feb. 4 8: 11, 19615 Stoweg "Blasting 1l"5 Anne's-"V"-"S.R." I Willl to NHS: All my advice to a certain someoneg Lissa's babyfood. Barry5 Warreng College. Home Room Manager 25 Orange Shield 1, 2, 35 Rally Committee 1, 2, Executive 35 Vespers 15 Leader Corps l, 2, 35 Dance Committee 15 Stage Crew lg Ushers 15 Clubs Board 2, Chair- man 35 Basketball l5 Representa- tive to the Associates Council 25 Student House Secretary 2, 3. N YP' 4? 1 1-"3 'J f ,ag l 5 gl- V 1:30 v. .33 3 .1 . gl' .i gf. i Q 45 I 3 K ua 5 'li s-ai 3 NANCY LOUISE WARREN 77 Kaposia St., Auburndale Fondest Memory of NHS: The days I missed: The many howls with the Devils. Claim to Fame: 1961 Motorcade. Adams: Warren: College. Theatrical Make Up 33 Orange Shield 3: Orange Book 2, 33 Drama Board 1: Tigerama Com- mittee 2, 3: Rally Committee 1, 2: Leader Corps 1, 3: Stage Crew 33 Ushers 1, 3: Golf 2: Tennis 2: Intramural Sports 2, 3: Alpha Gamma Tau 2: Library 23 Outing 3. JOHN THOMAS WATTS 21 Belmore Pk. Newton Lower Falls Wattsie Fondest Memory of NHS: Hurri- cane Esther at the outdoor assembly. Chief Failing: My parking space on Elm Road. Beals: Warren: College. Legislature 3: Civics Board 33 Civics Committee 3: Executive Committee 33 Orange Shield 3: Rally Committee 33 Ushers 2: Golf Captain 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1: Gymnastic Team 2, 33 Class Committee 1, 2: Associates Council Vice President 3. KENNETH PAUL WEINBERG 101 Withington Rd. Newtonville Ken, Kenny I Will to NHS: Sore Fingers from tape ripping. I Prophesy That: Mr. Fortune and Mr. O'Connell will go to Springfield for "Clem". Adams: Day: College. Boy's Athletic Board 3: Baseball 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Gymnastic Team 1, 2, 3: Track, Outdoor 2, 3: Cavalry 13 Chemis- try 2: Physics 3: Key Club 2: House Manager for Intramural Sports 33 Assistant Trainer 33 Traffic Squad 3. MYRA ROCHELLE WEINROTH 314 Newtonville Ave. Newtonville Chief Failing: No voice. Suppressed Desire: To be a singer. Adams: Atlantic City High: Col- lege. Drama 2. PHYLLIS MIRIAM WEINSTAT 118 Austin St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: The quiet, peaceful lunches. I Will to NHS: A lifeguard for the tunnels when it rains. Adams: Day: College. Theatrical Make Up 1: Newtonite 1: Dance Committee 1: Outing 2. LEONARD JAMES WENTWORTH 125 Marshall St., Watertown Lenny the Burger l W'ill to NHS: 'Twin brothers. I Prophesy That: The NTHS wont be the same after the seniors leave. NTHS: West: Service. Football 2, 3. "Think 0 f your fovfefatlyem' LEE M. WERMAN 20 Beaumont Ave., Newtonville Suppresse d Desire: A great marching band to show the "spirit" of Newton High. Pet Peeve: Insincerety and so- phistication. Adams: Day: College. Home Room Manager 33 Orange Shield 3: Newtonian 33 Orange Book 2: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3: Ushers 1, 2: Basketball I, Captain 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3: Library 2: Music 1, 2, 33 Marching Band 1, 2, Captain 3: AFS Committee 2, 3. VALERI E JEAN WEST 7 Westland Terrace West Newton Hot Stuff Fondest Memory of NHS: Assist- ing in the Nurse's oflice. I Will to NHS: More escalators. Palmer: Warren: Business. RUTH MARIE WEYLER 44 Pembroke St. Newton Corner Ruthie Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Walsh's Study Halls. Pet Peeve: The goblin who fools around with my locker. Beals: Bigelow: College. Junior Red Cross Council 33 Field Hockey 1: Archery 1: Bad- minton 1: Folk Singing Club 33 Mixed Chorus 1: Girls Chorus 3. JOHN JOSEPH WHALEN 12 St. James St. Newton Corner Jack I Will to NHS: My homeroom teacher. I Prophesy That: The cross country team will have a winning record. Ferry: Bigelow: College. Track, Indoor 2, 3: Cross Country 2- 3 . . Think of your posterity! ROBERT ROGERS WHEELER 104 Fairway Dr., West Newton Bob Pet Quotation: Don't do today what you can put OH until tomorrow. Riley: Day: College. Civics Committee 2, 3: House Civics Committee 2, Chairman 3: Orange Shield 2, 3: House Coun- cil 2, 3: Ushers 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2. BARRY WHITE 26 Rochester Rd., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: 7:30 A.M. Band Rehearsals. I Will to NHS: A tunnel from building one to building two. Adams: Bigelow: College. Music Club 2, 3: French Club 3: Intramural Sports Manager 1: Concert Band 2, 3: Instrumental Ensemble 1: Marching Band 2, 3: Dance Band 2, 3. BETTE ANN WHITE 9 Parmenter Terrace West Newton I Will to NHS: Seven other Whites. Pet Quotation: NOoo Joke!! Beals: Day: College. Newtonite 2: Rally Committee 1: Outing 1, 2. LINDA RUTH WHITE 14 Edinboro Place Newtonville Lin Pet Quotation: I'll do it tomor- row. Suppressed Desire: To slide down the banisters in Building one. Beals: Day: College. House Civics Committee 1, 2: Golf 2, 3: Archery 1: Rally Com- mittee 3: French 2: Future Teachers 1, 2, 3: Outing 1, 3: American Field Service 1, 2: Class Work Day 2: Prom Pub- licity Committee 2. , 0 SUSAN PAMELA WHITE 32 Elm St., West Newton Sue, Whitelady Fondest Memory of NHS: Going home last period study. I Will to NHS: All my old book covers. Riley, Warren: College. Basketball 1: Softball 2: Outing Club 1: Sailing Club 2. HOLLY ANNE WILDER 25 Fairfield St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: St. P., A. and W. Rt. 139: Winter 1961, 1962: Brian's late and crowded C27 parties! Claim 'to Fame: Skiing back- wards: One slightly used T-Bird. Riley: Day: College. Drama Festival Theatrical Make up 2: Orange Shield 3: New- tonian 3: Newtonite Circulation 3: Tigerama Committee 2: Senior Play Committee 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Ushers 3: Golf 2, 3: Tennis 3: Cavalry 1: International 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Outing Club 2, 3: Sailing Club 2: Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3: Student Oflice Secretary 2, 3: Math Seminar 2: Class Work Day Publicity 2. SUSAN ELIZABETH WILKIE ll Playstead Rd., Newton Sue, Wilk Fondest Memory of NHS: All the great kids and great times at NHS. Suppressed Desire: To be a stewardess for T.W.A. Barry: Bigelow: College. Legislature 2: Orange Shield 1: Drama Festival 2: Rally Com- mittee 1, 2, 3: House Council 2: Field Hockey 2: Class Rep- resentative 2: House Co-op Com- mittee 2: Orange Sales 3. CAROLYN WINER 99 Mary Ellen Rd., Waban Carol Suppressed Desire: More teachers like Mr. West. Chief Failing: All those stairs. Palmer: Weeks: College. Spring Musical 2: Vespers 2: Tennis 3: Badminton 3: Future Teachers of America 3: Music Club 2, 3. BEVERLEY JEANN E WIRES 25 Groveland St., Auburndale Bev Fondest Memory of NHS: Senior year when I finally grew up! Mr. Hall's F-Block math, junior year. Suppressed Desire: To be an INGENUE. Riley: Warren: College. Senior Play 2, 3: Drama Festival 3: Rally Committee 1, 2, 3: House Council Secretary 2: Stage Crew 1, Secretary 2, 3: Ushers 3: Motion Picture Squad 2: French Club 3: Latin Club 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Orchesis 1, 2: Outing Club l, 3: AFS 1: Student Ofiice Secretary 2, 3. NANCY ELLEN WISE 211 Ward St., Newton Centre Fondest Memory of NHS: Commons Room Studies. Suppressed Desire: To own a convertible. Riley: Bigelow: College. Newtonian 3: Vespers 1, 3: Leader Corps 2, 3: Science Fair 3: Tennis 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 2: French 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers 3: Outing 1, 2, 3: Folk- singing Club 3. fe! RICHARD HARC If' 'QQEIT 1 ' fl il ., C'-'reet SJ. won Centre Dick l 'Will to NHS: My broken locker. Pet Quotation: You believe it! Palmer: Brookline High School: College. Orange Shield 2, 3: Spanish Club 2: Traffic Squad 2, 3. W ,Q . -if ' Y rf 1 MARYLOU WOODS 24 Dufheld Rd., Auburndale Shorty, Pint-size Fondest Memory of NHS: The Senior Play. Suppressed Desire: To be 5'8". Adams: Warren: College. Theatrical Make-up 1: Senior Play 3: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Ng-ririiz Musical 3: Drama Club E. Q. Drama Festival Hospi- ralirj: :Q :vmrriittee 2, 3: Vespers 1, l.-il'lEfS 2: Caduceans 1, Secretaix reasurer 2, 3: Mixed Chorus -ffl: Chorus 2: A Cappelif it 1 . WL . I f 5 1' iq, 100 I W ff' BURTON STEPHAN WOLF E 37 Stuart Rd., Newton Centre Sandy Fondest Memory of NHS: The magoon parties. Beals: Bigelow: College. Tigerama Committee 3: Junior Red Cross Council 1: Intramural Sports l, 2: French 1, 2: House Activities Committee 1: House Fire Inspection Squad 2, 3. SANDRA LEEANN WONGBERG 7 Westchester Rd., Newton Sandy Fondest Memory of NHS: The 1960 Junior Prom. Pet Peeve: Having all majors on Friday. Barry: Bigelow: College. Home Room Manager 2: House Council 2: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Future Teachers 1, 3: Music 2, 3: Outing 1: Class Representative 3: A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3. RICHARD HOWARD WOOD 16 Chaske Ave. Auburndale Chip Claim to Fame: Seeing-eye dog. I Prophesy That: Study periods will one day be abolished. Palmer: Meadowbrook: College. Music Club 2: Key Club 1, 2. CHERYL DAYE WOOTEN 79 Brookside Ave. N ewtonville Suppressed Desire: To scream in the cafeteria. Pet Peeve: Holidays that don't come soon enough. Beals: Day: College. Civics Board 2: Civics Committee 2: House Civics Committee 1, 2: Orange Shield 2: Newtonian 3: Newtonite 3: Girls' Athletic Board 3: Tennis 2. . 'lil J CRAIG I.. WOLFE 61 Sherbrooke St., Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: The last period study I never got. Chief Failing: The tunnel from building two to building one. Palmer: Bigelow: College. Stage Crew 1, 2, 3: Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1: Baseball Manager 1, 2: Sailing Club 1, 2, 3. MARTIN HENRY WOLFSON 9 Bonwood St., Newtonville Matty I Will to NHS: Five more I.B.M. machines. I Prophesy That: Newton swim- ming permits will soon include the NHS tunnels. Adams: Day: College. National Honor Society 2, Presi- dent 3: Home Room Manager 2: Tennis 2, 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Alph Gamma Tau 2, Treasurer 3: Chemistry Vice President 2: Physics 3: Key Club 2, President 3. "Em 0 f Good Feelingsv Benjamin Russell PAULINE MARY WRIGHT 57 Cherry St., West Newton Fondest Memory of NHS: Taking three lunches in my junior year: G block study in my senior year. I Prophesy That: Peter Ryan's prophesy won't come true. Barry: Day: College. Orange Shield 2: Rally Com- mittee 3: Stage Crew 3: French 3: Outing 1: House Co-op Com- mittee 2. RUEDIGER OLGF WUNDERLICH 60 Autin, Newtonville -Rudy Fondest Memory of NHS: The orderly lunches. I Will to NHS: A tunnel from Building one to Building two. Beals: Day: College. Track, Indoor 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Russian Club 1. OWEN LEWIS WYMAN ERIKA JOY ZAZOFSKY GEORGE ROBERT ROBERT JOSEPH 18 Frederick Street Newtonville I Will to NHS: Row boats and oars for the tunnels. Suppressed Desire: To have the swinging doors in Building three made lighter. Bacong Huntington Preparatory, College. Aviation Club 1, 2, 35 Cavalry Club 1, 2, 3g Debating Club 1, 2, 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3. 18 Fredana Rd., Waban Riki Claim to Fame: My last name, Zazofsky. Chief Failing: JeE. Palmerg Weeksg College. House Civics Committee 3, New- tonite Circulation Staff 3: Senior Play Tickets 3g Drama Festival Costumes lg Assistant Home Room Manager lg Leader Corps 23 Library 35 Music 2, 3. 'ZWILLING 20 Berkshire Rd.,.Newtonville G. R. Pet Quotation: Geez! What a grouch. Pet Peeve: Walking from third floor of Building two to fourth floor of Building one. Bacon: Edwin O. Smith High School, Connecticut, College. Spring Musical 1, 2: Music 1, 3, Rifle 3. ROBERT LINDSAY GREGSON 110 Falmouth Rd. West Newton Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: Miss Small's D Block Algebra. I Will to NI-IS: A heating system that works in the winter. Adams, Dayg College. Intramural Sports 1, 3. "Let us separate in peace" John c. Calhoun MARGARET MacLEOD WILLIAM M. WILLIAM O. BRACKAN FITZSIMMONS CASHMAN 24 Tarleton Rd. Newton Centre Bob Fondest Memory of NHS: The day I met Mrs. Geiger in New- tonville during B-block. Suppressed Desire: To graduate. Bacon: Weeks, College. Football 1, 2, 3. RONALD PELLEGRINI 25 Gardner St., Newton Ronnie Fondest Memory of NHS: Mrs. Chartier -- Adams House Sec- retary. I Will to NHS: All my pencils and books. Adams, Bigelow. Library 1, 2, Ofiice Worker 2, 3. 3 si' - ' '43 'W rx. l ..-T -75 JOHN L0PoRTo SALLY SHOLKIN RICHARD ST. MARTIN JAMES A. WIGGIN ERIC WINSTON THOMAS C. ADAMS 158 Marked Tree Rd., Needham NTHS: Needham High School. AMEDEO ALBERICO Watertown Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. West's room. I Will to NHS: My sweatshirt. NTHS. NANCY ELIZABETH ANDERSON 399 Hammond St. Chestnut Hill Nancee Fondest Memory of NHS: The leakey tunnels. Pet Quotation: Honest to Good- ness. Adams, Randolph, Business. Orange Book 3, Tigerama Com- mittee 3g Basketball 3, Tennis 39 Rally Committee 35 Leader Corps 3, English 35 Library 3: Outing 3. DANNY RICHARD ANTONELLIS 42 West St., Nonanturn "Ant" Pet Quotation: "Snap it." Pet Peeve: School. NTHSg Day, Business. Football 1, 2, Ice Hockey 2. DANIEL E. BROOKS 321 Kenrick St. Newton Corner Dan Claim to Fame: Big feet. Chief Failing: Procrastination. Southwest High, College. ROBERT E. CALLAHAN 24 Robinwood Ave., Needham Reg NTHSQ Service. PAUL ERNEST CORMAN 8 Wyoming Rd., Newtonville Corky, Cisco Fondest Memory of NHS: E Block Algebra. I Prophesy That: Number ninety seven will be on the road again. Beacon: Day, College. Civics Committee 1: Science Fair 1, 2g Football 2, Chemistry 2, Russian Club 1. RICHARD B. CAMPBELL 206 Church St. Newton Corner Barry. JOHN MORTON CURTIS 119 Windermere Rd. Auburndale Johnny Fondest Memory of NHS: Va- cations. Suppressed Desire: Graduation. Barry: Rivers Country Day, College. Spanish 2, Baseball 2. STEPHEN R. DEXTER 25 Village Rd., Newtonville I Prophesy That: Homework will go out of style. Pet Peeve: No last period studies in senior year. Palmer, Day, College. Home Room Manager lg Basket- ball 1, 2: Golf 2, 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Ride Club 1, 3. JEFFREY LeROY GARDINER 12 Concord St., Needham Jeff Claim to Fame: Nothing. Chief Failing: Homework. NTHSg Hillcrest School, Brook- line: Service. Administrative Aides 1, 2, 3. ROBERT ANTHONY GAROFALO 12 Freeman St., Auburndale Billy NTHSg Our La-:ly'sg Service. PHILIP L. GILMAN 138 Albemarle Rd. Newtonville Phil I Will to NHS: A computer that works. Suppressed Desire: To slide down the banister in Building two. Beals, Roxbury Latin, College. Legislature 1, 35' Science Fair 3, Physics 2, Treasurer 3, Chess Club 1, 2, 3. LEE ELWOOD HOLDRIDGE 15 Dale St., Newtonville Fondest Memory of NHS: The ten o'clock Ncoffee break. Suppressed Desire: No comment. Adams, Day, College. Drama Festival lg Drama lg Music 1, 2, 33 Spanish 1, 2, 3. ARTHUR WILBUR HOULIHAN 8 Murray Terrace West Newton Art Fondest Memory of NHS: World history class. Claim to Fame: Historian. Beals, Natick High, College. DAVID H. JENNINGS 10 Oakland St. Newton Corner Dave Claim to Fame: Runner up in number of times late - junior year. I Will to NHS: All my host books. Beals, Bigelow, College. ARTHUR DAVID JOHNSON 38 Elm Street, West Newton I Will to NHS: "the green jeep" Chief Failing: English I, II, III. NTHS, Warren, Service. Administrative Aides. JOHN COLLINS MARTIN 5 Washburn St., Newton Marty Fondest Memory of NHS: Last period studies. Suppressed Desire: To be able to get straight A's. Barry, Our I.ady's, College. ARTHUR L. MAGUIRE 201 Jackson Rd. Newtonville Mac I Will to NHS: Locker 28 and the month old lunch in it. Pet Quotation: "Up stairs in the basement." NTHS, Don Bosco Tech., Service. fl PAUL D. MCLAUGHLIN Mack I Will to NHS: My stool in 22E. Pet Quotation: There's the door, sign out. NTHS, Bigelow, Service. Workshop 1, 2, 3, Science Fair 1, 2, 3, Physics 2, Administrative Aids 1, 2. WALTER E. MELNICK 43 Wetherell St. Upper Falls Ed I Will to NHS: My late slips. Chief Failing: English. NTHS: Meadowbrook, Service. CAROL JANE MILES 15 Inis Circle, West Newton Claim to Fame: Got the least sleep in the whole senior class. Pet Quotation: "Sho' 'nufI". Riley, Waco High School, Waco, Texas, College. Senior Play 3, Drama Festival 3: Tennis 3. DAVID L. MONOSSON 98 Grant Ave., Newton Dave I Will to NHS: Three wreck- ing crews. Suppressed Desire: To drive the Ferrari Berlinetta at Le Mans. Admiral Farragut Acadamyg College. Football 1, 2, 3, Gymnastic Team 2, Alpha Tau 3, Debating 33 Future Teachers 2, 3, Russian Club 3. WILLIAM JAMES O'HAYRE 114 Windermere Rd. Auburndale Irish, The Enforcer I Will to NHS: A desk top from 328. Suppressed Desire: To sail around the world. Bacon, Warren, College. Home Room Manager 1, Boys' Athletic Board 1, 2, 3: House Council 1, Football 1, 2, Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, Sailing Club 1. CARL JOHN OSTERBERG 13 Brook St., Newton Corner Ostie Fondest Memory of NHS: Mr. Fortune's gym class. I Will to NHS: MY "52" Ford with an injected Old's in it. Beals, Bigelow, Business. Track, Indoor 1, 2, Badminton 1, Biology Club 1, Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 3. JosEPH ALBERT PACIONE 63 Webster Park, West Newton Joe Fondest Memory of NHS: The day with Mr. G. I Will to NHS: My 1936 Olds. Adams, St. Charles, Business. Workshop 2, 3, Ice Hockey 35 House Council 2. STEPHEN CHARLES REGAN 167 Melrose St., Auburndale Claim to Fame: Having the slowest car in Newton. Chief Failing: English. Beals, Warren, Business. Civics Board 2, Home Room Manager 2, Orange Shield 2, Baseball 2, Ice Hockey. DAVID EDWARD SCOTT i 106 Gardner St. Newton Corner Scotty Claim to Fame: Late twenty-one times in one year. Chief Failing: Mr. Bailey's math class. Riley, Bigelow, College. Rifle Club. EDWIN BARRY SHORT 90 Mandalay Rd. Newton Centre Ed Fondest Memory of NHS: The "unique" teachers. Chief Failing: UICSM math. Riley, Bigelow, College. Meterology Club 1, 2, 3: Radio Club 1, 3. EARL STEIN 178 Cabot St., Newton Palmer, Bigelow, College. Science Fair l, 2, 3, Rifle 1, 2, 3. ORLAND FLOYD STEVENS 102 Glen St., South Natick Bud Pet Quotation: Disappear. Suppressed Desire: To graduate with good marks. NTHS, Day, Service. ELIZABETH ANN STUMPF 12 Gardner St., Newton Corner BeHie Claim to Fame, To become a practical nurse. Pet Peeve: Combing hair at the lunch table. Riley, Tewksbury High, Service. CARLA MARIE VALENTINA 45 Islington Rd., Auburndale Fondest Memory of NHS: The day the Auburndale bus broke down. Claim to Fame: Ham Radio KNITAJ. Riley, Cambridge School of Wes- ton, College. Newtonite 1, House Council 2, Art 3, Folksinging 2, 3, Music 1, 2, 3, Radio 3, Sailing Club 2, House Bulletin Board Com- mittee 2. RICHARD WRIGHT 9 Sandra Dr., Chelmsford NTHS, Hale High, Service. , K N x x K x. .g Svpnrtn 1 3. -. lf q. N 'I 'Tx 4 .3-Iv ?-1',x ni 'Tyh ' ' -- gy. ,Q '.. .1 : .f w. -. ?, A . i,.,',s .x A ws-- '. .. ' v',c- . X12- 5 , , Qi, -hy. A "WF-'li ' "FW .. ' 5. mr.: L -:s if fi, 'v . Y- . . - Qi? lYxg,:.TxZ.g, ' 'i ' Q6 -."1?S,81vr1j'-,-"lg , 14-, ' w. -. 1 v . 4 1 ' ' 'Vt x ' J --1. ,,-9' 5 ..Qf.+-ff F 1 5. v E . 'X --'frm n , " 51. -f - - W ' 'Y f,E"5j.ivZfL .rs l r I Q, H A '1 ' 1-f-. ' ff 21 4 V4 , xl A Sg'! l , . , ..-r vq,,h, . V' Y. 15, ... , W 4 v i .- , 4 E qs -fe .I eamdii 9- u 7. Q, X V f ,lf , gi..nfJ f nb Y f l rosby 'Nl zz 1, 5 I n 41 55 C.Rg Vx! H. Qoop Cl' Q EH ky 962 ' I is .' v W . FOCJTBALL I x 'K ,ln """" . , 1. 'bs A- 1 .f xx. l 'fl' , . ' I4 R. Acchione 1. HZ ., . pn- . i .. 1 ity N . . , . xv . . . . U ,,.:jgaQ. 0 K. Smith in JO 'vvnll' E. Pleuler C. Nelson 'FSTP T. Barnes CHEERLEADERS T V? Left to right: Sue Ferguson, Lynn Ware, Ann Leger, Jane Carmen, Dottie Russo, Ginnie Floyd, Sue Anderson, Lisa Hickey, Ann Kirk. W 108 T?-W, MAJGRETTES e ll M lliilill Cheryl Blaquer, Juanita Houston, Florence Sharp, Barbara DeSantis-Head Majorette, Betty Murray M argie O'Conner. mx fu 109 FOGTBALL I' 'A' "' T' If ,-. , a+ - Ve -..mt.a...x. ..... , , Hu' rw-envy IR' 3 aa.. f as ww- , - .. ,..-.. . .- .-H. We J- fin fs -.- .... . "" 'U , I .af"v,'fw 09 F V S 1. . all -...ft w'f-a'e'1'f' ..- , -. .. A - .'-nt 'e . 1..- . '- . ' ' . , . - 1 . -, X, , , , . ' W Q P.-- ' ' 1 :' '1 " 4 Q- Zn" C f.Lnn..4' ' V Gi-M if Q0 up -.1-3, in OO Seated: M. O'Connell, Mr. Malone, Mr. Fortune, J. Malor, J. Heath, M. Bard, J. Rosenberg, S. Car- roll, M. O'Gorman. Slazzding: W. Halstead, B. Barent, K. Smith, T. Peuler, H. Romsey, D. Maxwell, M. Civetti, R. Watson. Facing a rough schedule the Newton High School foot- ball team finished the campaign with a disappointing rec- ord. However, the record does not tell the entire story of a team that produced many thrills and came so close to up- setting high-flying teams. The Tigers threw a scare into powerhouse Arlington, but were stopped two yards short I W " 1 '1 H' nf Wi- T00 U -5 1.9 of a x ictory in a game that saw Newton at its peak. Newton scored more points against Beverly than any of Beverley's other opponents. In the traditional Thanksgiving day game, the Tigers battled Brookline to a standstill yielding in the end by a 14-O score. -1 '1 ' " ., N .,, ia. KL . Q. 49. .1..!' -. D6 QQ ' 43 J 5.452 E Seated: L. Kt-znelgor, R. Crosby, C. Regan, H. Cooper, J. Hicks, R. Cashman. Standing: S. Druker, T. Barnes, B. Boyd, J. Lourie, J. De Bettincourt, P. Wade, M. Crosby. I ..X, ,-gf' l I l E uf-D 'Though be was rough be wax kindly." Longfellow 1 11 ms a fa' K. an A 0 v vi ,-I , s "To army, to army" Longfellow "The best way out if always through." Robert Frost "The only thing we have to fear if fear itfelff' Franklin Delano Roosevelt 112 "Then conquer we muxt, for our came it if jun." Francis Scott Key , Y , "Tip-toeing through the tulips" CRGSS COUNTRY Fin! row: G. William, Tom Weiskel, Mark Tewkesbury, Tim Weiskel, Dick Penta, Al Ryan, Arthur Kent. Second row: Coach Abner Bailey, Bob Master, Dave Cambell, Carl Lundquist, Al Gardner, Larry Kent, Bruce Fane, Ray Sheily, Dave McCann, Rodney Blake. Third row: Bruce Selvy, John Kaufman, Glenn Ellis, Gary Keil, George Hinteregger, J. Tucker Lillis, Al Cohen, Bernie Finkle, Ralph Davis. Although they underwent an important and necessary others by heartbreaking margins. With the discovery of building season, the Newton High Cross Country Team, several promising young runners, bolstered by a fine group under the supervision of Coach Abner Bailey, completely of regulars, the team performed its best in four years in swept the field against rival Newton South, and lost several their League and State Championships. ". . . not that yoa won or loft-but how you played the game." Grantland Rice l H N o joy Jo great but to ramzetb to an end Robert Southwell FIELD HCDCKEY D. Rineberg, S. Tallo, L. Hem, J. Thompson, L. Chreten, M. Meyer, B. Huston, D. Fisher, M. Olvet N. Ferris, K. Tower. Again this year field hockey was the favorite girls' sport at the high school. This year the varsity and the junior varsity both beat New- ton South twice by overwhelming scores. The highlight of the season was the game between the team and the All-Stars chosen from the gym classes. All-stars 1 14 Gym Shorts BASKETBALL HWTUIA wr una W x YJITU4 K 'I '3 E E xnw T 4 Kneeling: Peter Gifford, Jerry Cohen, Ken Smith, Charlie Doucette, Dickie Sorota, Eddie Freshman. Standing: Paul Cameron, Mickey Beard, Gary Kiel, Mr. Fortune, Mr. O'Conne1l, Jan Koslowski, jeff Hicks, Steve Adleson. Wfbaff 4 hunting for?" f'YOZli1!6 got to get up . . " George M Cohan Irving Berlin 116 "Quietly to rife again over violence." E. Merrill Root The 1961-1962 Newton High basketball team, plagued by injuries and in experience, nevertheless played exciting bas- ketball and won several games. Co-captains Ken Smith and Skip Douctte both were hurt and missed the first half of the season. Thus, many juniors gained experience that will be of great benefit next year. With a junior varsity that was one of "The forgotten man at the bottom of the . . pyramid. " Franklin D. Roosevelt the best in its league, in addition to the many juniors on the varsity, next season should be the year that moves Newton out of the building process and into one of the league's top posi- tions. We're all looking forward to the '62-'63 basketball sea- son. "There unhappy timer call for the building of plans . . ." Franklin D. Roosevelt " . . . Rite to figlat ana' win." XValter Malone HOCKEY F79 Firft row: Bob Fox, Steve Coplitts, Don Mason, Mike Ryan, Jon Chasson, Ted Toomy, Charley Scammon. Second row: Pete Furber, Don Neilson, Bill Cotter, Dick Valle, Terry MacLaughlin, Dick Nicollazo. Third row: Al Mitchell Cmanagerb, Tom Leanard, Tom Mechem, Roger Newall, Tom Mitchell Cmanagerj. Bach row: Ron DiVincenzo, Sarge Kinlin, coaches. Coach Sarge Kinlin's powerful Newton High School surged to its first G.B.I. title in twenty-two years. Newton featured an outstanding defense and potent offense. The team avenged an early season loss, its only game, to defending champ Arlington. Led by goalie Don Mason and forwards Mike Ryan, Billy Cotter, Steve Colpitts, the team is look- ing forward to a successful showing in the State Tournament. 'P' ' . . :-.-.- me-'. . -- '.1o'!'s'e'..s 4.-'F--' -T -' 1 "It can? happen here." 118 Sinclair Lewis il Thug, H H A kind of mixture of foolx and angels . . O'Henry f I' ' 'lifnq' J' if -L "There ix nothing I love af mnch as a good fight." Franklin D. Roosevelt "No one not in my situation can appreciate my feeling . . ." 119 Abraham Lincoln paw If ,U Millionf for defense . . Charles Pinckney ' f -w..,,Le-. T "ff an-.-IQAFY ,f . ' ' figlvr but U .- G. W. Hunt "The victor is he who can go it alone." John Saxe , -QQ' --V . . jf .gg N w Q, How to Win Friendf and Influence People" Dale Carnegie .Q Sitting: Jane Thompson, Mary Ellen Wombolt, Diane Fisher, Joan Flagg, Angela Mastrionni, Marie Russo, Linda Hern, Lou Chretien, Sandy Tallo, Linda Stepper. Standing: Beverly Huston, Victoria Tom, Ann Sivetti,-Peggy O'Brien, Mary Piora, Annette Dirico, Nancy Otis, Carol Tallo, Kay Tower, Miss Frazier. GIRLS' BASKETBALL Although this was not a winning year, the girls' basketball team had exciting games with Weston, Lincoln-Sudbury, and Arlington. The team was paced by high-scoring Mary Lou Chretien, and the junior varsity was led by Nancy Otis. " Watch that bayketf' "The Greeks had a word for if Mark Twain Zoe Aking 121 INDCDOR TRACK nf ' O Ut- 2 jl , lj N li 1 X 1 gl Lfix l 31790 . l lk! , T fizil Simi" A X1 T HU a -0- K s '? ' as Jani? Qt 7 J' 5 ,,, F 4 fgfl F x 4 up if ,i,,,,q. ' gum! N. y f, 3251! , iV! lVfM7! Front row: james Delahanty, Ray Acchionee, Gerald Mazor, Dick Kates, Tucker Lillis, Allen Ryan, Norman Sawyer, Dave McCann. Second row: Henry Fradtkin, Arthur Kent, Sid Bliss, Ken Gleason, Bernie Finkle, George Hinteregger, Dan Brooks, Larry Kent, Jay Thompson, Raye Sheele. Third row: Larry Kelmagor, Carlton Greene, Jim Georgian, Dan Satroni, Dave Nelson, joe Hunt, Ed Murtha, Dick Penta, Glenn Ellis, Ed Vento, Bob Aisner, Tom O'Day, Coach Boyle. This year, as in the past two years, the Newton High In- door track team, under Coach Lamoint Boyle and Mr. Malcolm Gallagher, again won the Met League Division Championship. Led by Captains Bruce Reed and "Tucker" Lillis, Newton re- mained undefeated in their five dual meets. Highlights of this Fine season were: the team's victory over closest rival, Rindge Tech., "Tucker" Lillis' meet record of 4382, the relay team's fMurtha, Acchione, Lillis, Mazorl meet record of 2575, and the high-jumping of Bruce Reed. Even with the graduation of many valuable senior trackmen, we look forward to the re- maining team to continue the winning tradition of Newton. "And when you rise in the morning . . .H Walt Whitman My life ix like n Jtroll upon the bench "We'll me n Jignnl I have tried and found rencloing and easy to yell. Wan-boo.f Zane Grey H H Thoreau k 1 .J ie" "Only nndefentecl became we have gone on trying." T. S. Eliot 123 , 4 -, 1" 1 ,. V Y-,.. , .' V "T:-,,-.N I'- .-- -ll,5L""3' ' V., .'. "If ye only knew the onclmclaey . . Holman Day Kneeling: Harry Romsey, Russ Martin, Jack Watts, Alan Cohen, Vincent Campisi, Ed Schwartz, Stu Smith, Bob Dawson. Standing: Coach Jessup, Mike Taplin, Al Crosby, Brian Ricardo, Ken Wein- berg, Jim Clark, Ken Donovan, Bob Rando. GYMNASTICS Rapidly gaining in popularity, gymnastics is proving to be one of the most interest- ing spectator sports at Newton High. Led by Co-captains Alan Cohen and Vincent Cam- pisi, the gymnasts are looking forward to a successful season. Newton has already defeated Wfellesley in an exciting meet. Our thanks are to Coach Jessup for training the team to perfection. F ,U ! Il upuw . . 'Keep em flying. frames Lowell Harold N. Gilbert 124 H If H if I am at the emi of my tether. . . . Each Jtruggle lenem louman woe. Royall Tyler Charles Mackay "Hurry up pleaxe . . ." "Come up and .fee me rome time." T. S. Eliot 125 SPCDRTS SHCJRTS 'f in 9 ff' f .mfr B- ul is , , fn, ALJ.. V Q . -5. Uv x TECH HIGH BASKETBALL Kneeling: David Vito, Richard Castotdi, Gerald Carpluk, Alan Quebec, Larry Gentitucci, Richard Leone. Standing: Carl Nielsen, William Finer, Dan Pini, Tom Lombardo, Richard Grinley, Steve Gilligan, Joseph Capello. Practicing at the West Newton Armory, ten men, coached by Mr. Harry Lent, and led by Captain Peter Wade, annually defend Newton's honor against other rifle teams. This year, our team has defeated all whom they have faced, outshooting their first five opponents and awaiting the end of this season to outshoot the remaining three. Top guns on this years winning rifle team were Peter Wade and 'Wake Purple. RIFLE TEAM Perhaps unknown to many of us at Newton High School, there is a second basketball team representing our school during the winter season. Coached by Robert Malone, the Newton Technical High, basketball team plays a rough schedule against other tech highs in the greater Boston Area. With the graduation of many of fast gears starters, Coach Malone was forced to build for the future, and is looking forward to a successful sea- son next year. C5 V M Z Mr. Lent: Adviror, W. Asaff, R. Boudrot, P. Brown, T. Brown, D. Bickford, A. Clardy, J. Dealy, R. Demarco, B. Fane, K. Ford, S. Finn, R. jackson, C. jones, M. Margolis, H. Masters, L. Meyer, S. Miller, G. Herlihy, J. Nolan, S. Patriaca, B Pollack, A. Sampson, E. Skin, D. Smith, L. Smith, D. Rodenheiser, P. Sorkin, P. Wade. 128 BASEBALL 'ii l"iS'1'9lq"?1 .,,,a,gv 'if V .. muff? ft gf w 9 5. um .L - - ...A J - Q.. .af A 8549! ' -1'-+--nm FIRST ROW: P. Benson, M. Hanauer, G. Keil, D. Mason, R. Hathaway, W. Jepsen, K. Kasarjian, R. Montuori. SECOND ROW: Coach Fraktman, P. Bari, J. Rosenberg, D. Yeo, J. deBettencourt, Leary K .O Connell R. Fox B. Parent J. Hicks R. Arra D. Mills J. Marini. The Newton High School Baseball team is look- ing forward to a successful year. Although only four BAT NRE LAST HA THE Y 1 ff' oaoena, wu.L H f .,.. gl- i 5 .TS ,ff-Te ' cy JF. f GEORGE K.El2fQ MADE TAQEE HITS 'Two OF 'EM IN TAE TIGEQISH Tl-NDAD INIAQNG .313 . 6 jf , , MW pi!! 1 4-. I5 D l Q 'S' ' I xi i .' gjl .135 -sr: zvzoon-:wars v-mp A ueeo, FF Mug' Awe seem Pena,- M. Beard, Asaff, R. Acchione, S. Freidus, Coach Ferguson. THIRD ROW: T. Maclaughlin, J. U v N 3 X y Y Q lettermen are returning led by co-captains Don N Rslli. I 1: gf?aTouis AMOS 'Nl Tn-AE Ta6E-.2 Mason and Bob Hathaway, the team hopes to outdo AHZAKQ AS 'ME Pouucebow. BECDOIZJ-UAE , on THE 'rf-web last years spectacular performance. ,W V ,msncxcv Av' . . . E EQ, E eitmato Outdoor practice d1d not get under way until ,Q mo w0.s,g3.sf, the latter part of March, but the team held practice under the watchful eyes of Coaches Ferguson and Fraktman in the drill shed. The team has ten opponents to face in quest of the suburban league championship and a chance at the state title. We wish them the best of luck! AWAV, IO 6 K hwrv' M? Nmvvvlr- I-'ESS FQED WDSEMNA. wuo MANAGED To HOLD AEWTQA AT emi Praorw T1-LE. THIRD TD Tl-KE E161-TTR '19 O . 'gi TA . 0, y , Q O .a ii QWOO -O 432333 K" N' any 50 59 0' O N. - Q94 .ll IM WE DOQBT T An-xoT4E2. ' A NEWTOR RESDEIQTI .. SAMMY WAKE, couco IMPQQVE oA GEQQN1 MAl2c,s-usnD'5 Gm,-EAT CATCH OF x,vu5EMNALS FOUL HA THE NHATA .s , 4 J lr skis' 7 :IIB NE WJEAS A 4 v2ETn2.i-so lui' U' FAC' NwC72.l .ln qxllU'l" SANBO ulflll QAL-PH QQ A AAD FIZITZ, il N 6r2,EET ED CLD FRIENDS 'GNC AT DOCAQU-XSOIA ,f ft .MA- ST' HJKA Reprinted through the courtesy of the Boston Herald ll O lx' 8 TENNIS SUM 'iii KNEELING: R. Bernheimerg R. Spinnerg J. Cohen, Caplaing S. Steinberg, R. Lubin. STANDING: Coach Elliotg J. Goldmang J. McHoeng R. Berezing S. Gordong Coach Jessup. Although last year's tennis team was weakened by the loss of several players to the new high school, this year's team shows great potential. With three returning letterrnen forming the nucleus of this year's tennis team and with several up and coming under- classmen Coach Gordon Eliot is looking forward to a highly successful season. 1 . , ' -- ., l is mh- ' Q .. .2 .ff .X it 150 ,. c:'- FV' Ryan A C. Scammon nuff ' D. Mason ,. :rf A: XA 'K 'N ., 1 , 'V S COIPIIIS ' in A' "'fbfii"7Sf D Neilson T. MacLaughl1n Q R. N icolazzo , J, W. Cotter 'T M fo !,, 5? In . gpg. xr All ' A 35 , Q ' Q Q - F . .i x, Q .ndabv I t as 'i R V H - 'fzzvrfff - . a e J. Chasson R. Fox P. Furber T -t f .t v s I '4 nf7343v- E, Tggmey " 'K A. Bernard H Q Q T. Leonard T. Mechem Xt L. -1-Q. 1 . .w pa w,..,. T' Mitchell Coach Kinlin Coach DiVensenso A- Mitchell N H S HOCKEY TEAM 1962 o.B.l. LEAGUE CHAMPS After cleaning up the G.B.I. League 12-1-1, our Newton High hockey team pushed right through the State Tourney, defeating Marian, Boston Latin, Archbishop Wfilliams and Belmont losing only the final 2-1 heartbreaker to Melrose. Outstanding tournament performances were turned in by co-captain-goalie Don Mason, co-captain-center Mike Ryan, center Bill Cotter, wings Charlie Scammon and Terry MacLaughlin and defenseman Dick Nicolazzo. The whole team played consistently with a heart and spirit seldom seen anywhere. Newton can feel justly proud of its hockey players, and grateful to them too. As hundreds of cheering student fans can attest, the team's steadily spectacular performance brought the high school a renewed interest in athletics, a new "school spirit" which we know will continue for a long time in support of hockey and all other NHS sports. OUTDOOR TRACK l ,, 9 0 .' . i ,mae A A' QFD TNS- I ss-5. F' l 543 H FIRST ROW: B. Reed, A. Cooper, R. Penta, J. Thompson, B. Finkle, G. Hinteregger, T. Weiskel, E. Murtha, K. Gleason, G. Mazor, D .McCann, S. Bliss, J. LoPorto, J. Kwitkor, J. Delehanty, S. Carroll, R. Kates. SECOND ROW: Coach Boyle, E. Vento, J. Georgian, B. Brown, H. Zibbell, D. Brooks, A. Williams, J. Kozlowski, F. Alessi, A. Hintlian. P. Boni, R. Jacobs, J. Ambrose ,J. Boudreau, T. Lillies. THIRD ROW: Coach Gallagher, L. O'Day, R. Winograd, A. Kent, E. Fresh- man, R. Swartz, G. Johnson, A. Ryan, P. Silverman, A. Knox, R. Toto, R. Ainser, R. Silberman, R. Singer, D. Nelson, G. Loumos, R. Yukes. FOURTH ROW: D. Donohue, R. Sheely H. Brown J. Heath, R. Connor, P. O'Connor, J. Vanderslice, A Cohen, T. McMarthy, N. Epstein, L. Watts: J. Volk. l .41 ' 'ia - g '-- I Cf.. .1', ' I "'r 4'-15- ,,...:--ii 5 i I e .,'f ' -. ' 'ff..L--'Q-g'f"7 ,, ' I -- - Q- T ' t' ' SL' -sfj..,a'-,j A ' W' ' 1 5 , ' 4 , .- 2 ef if G 1' , . i --Q 3 3 ii 'il ey Mazor. 1 i Q 0 Bolstered by the return of twenty lettermen and by the League Champion Indoor Track Team, this year's Outdoor Track Team, under Coaches Lamoine Boyle and Malcolm Gallagher, shows great potential of continuing its winning habit and becoming state champions. Captain Gerry Mazor and Dave McCann and their teammates eagerly await the beginning of the season. We know that our team will live up to their potential, and that, under the able direction of Coaches Boyle and Gallagher, the team will continue the standard of excellence at Newton High. T r 5' ' Co-captain McCann, Mr. Gallagher, Mr. Boyle, Co-captain The Golf Team, under the skillful coaching of Mr. John C. Hall, is looking forward to a successful year. With the return of several team members and the appearance of many new players, Mr. Hall hopes to have a banner season. The team will play several matches at home and away. The at-home matches are to be played at nearby Brae Burn Country Club. We wish the team good luck in their endeavors. ...W GOLF ll'-'Qt 5 g mflpa 'J Q .11T'TT"' A :QWI GOLF CANDIDATES: FIRST ROW: Peter Brower, Tom Farrell, Brian Lane, David An- derson, Jack Watts, Mike Suvalle, George Kaplan, Steve Dexter. SECOND ROW: Ron Bankman, Arthur Bernard, Bob Bloomenthal, Richard O'Grady, Mark Greeley, Tom Leavitt. THIRD ROW: Mr. Hall-Coach, Steve Colpitts, Mark Cohen, Lue Lane, Stuart Brooks, Peter Dexter. Baseball Ccmdids li sin ,fs . .11-23' ev-gh '-- r' , Ji if- Q ai i fl, W .em 'R 'N v1",,,.fe N or " x Y W fs gpg- p Z-:fl""5--ne ATHLETIC ,fb--1 ' Seating: Mr. Brawn, Mr. Mechem, Mr. Ferguson, Dr. Brown. Standing: Mr. Sanborn, Mr. johnson, Mr. Simmons, Mr. Wiest. .. .2 W 33 47, if on Mason 2 Q 134 Mr. Fortune -...W 1,5 Je--F fr.- ' -N ,fu QQ! A.l'Y.ff':'. ' A 'M 4 ' I: Q, 1 Q -V--,., .,. -z1:"'zf Mr. Mechem receives Track Trophy from Mr Boyle. I m l Y r l I l ' I K r I Mr. Ferguson BANQUET if? we 1-003 .,,,,, Mr. Mechem receives Hockey Trophy from Mr. Kinlin U 1 I 4 w 4 4 Dick Sorota N --1... 135 1 1-Hui' '7i N : ...J Gllnlm sinh riiliiiivfi '45 'fi 'N w "vQ1"""fa,.' W i W 1' f 4 fe, ff- A: . Q. , ,V 'w L iff -W f f -if Y 'B' P SPRING I to t r'i'QEQu"'fQ""g Y yy f .jess ug- I., 1, , gm paj E -Q5 5, , A aff lr A -Y h W ' -- --V-,1f'wf-5 p 5- ., f 5 q. .C Q i 5 if S 'fix c ,ii 'QA '. f,.w 'E' fl Q.-1 . -, sf! f "Everybody bar two businesses-his own, and .flaow business." Eddie Cantor These words hold true for the fifty-strong crew of Newton High School students who, although primarily engaged in the business of education, put on an elaborate pro- duction of "The King and I." This popular Rodgers and Hammerstein musical is the story of an English school teacher and her encounter with the "uncivilized" King of Siam. East meets West, and the two worlds learn to understand each other. The acting, dancing, orchestral accompanist, and costuming in the Newton High School production were all excellent and afforded delighted audiences two evenings of fine entertainmnt. f n ,. W... .-- cs .-..... 138 King ....QA... Anna .,....., Tuptinz ...,... Lun Tha ..,.... Prince ....... Louif .....A,.. Kralabome A.4.,.4 Sir Edward .,4... Lady Tbiang ....,A. Captain Orton ..,..A Interpreter ..,.... Phra Alack .A....A.., Dramatic Director Choral Director ..,e Dance Inytructor .. Orcloeytra Director General Cbairnzan Cast of Characters MUSICAL ...,,. . . .Irving Kornfield .....,..Mari1yn Rideout .,........Marbra Fishlyn . . . . . .Kenneth Kasar j ian ......,.Henry Shafran .........Richard Milesky ,.......WiHiam Mark ....,..,.Barry Coburn .i...,...Fredda Osburne 'K 5 s.......jack Kornfield i....WiHiam Callanan T3 ..............,Robert Factor Miss Grace Ann Hayes e........,Miss Geraldine Seaver ,Mrs. Maxine DeBruyn Henry Lasker james Remley 139 it X. iii? 3-ir.----.-.-.,- -,- .,--YY A SENIOR "Pray for peace and grace and rpirirual food, For wirdom and guidance, for all there are good, Bat don? forget the potatoerf' J. T. Pettee The Class of 1962 whooped up an unforgettable Senior Supper this year in the High School gymnasium. The sup- per, American Western in theme but quite modern in ap- proach, began with a roast beef dinner Cincluding potatoes, of courseb. Skirs and dancing followed. A country caller led the Seniors in a traditional square dance which soon turned into a not-so-traditional "Twist" Lynn Ware, chairman of the event, classified it as a "definite success, one that will be remembered happily by all." One reason for happy memories was the Court Room Skit. Wave Kallock, as judge, was unable to keep order in his court, and the Seniors participating in the skit wound up covered with whipped cream. Dessert anyone? SUPPER A 'K W 'W .,a..X 1 ATIONAL V M. U- 'V Sis ,-, K- .v '? 2i' ,'f:,f'a,t5-' l H0f'Q'Si0'i'mis NATIONAL HCNGR SOCIETY ,:, 1, 5 ,, . . . . . g - ' ff if t ' '. ,gs M gf ' 1 4 A I 'C l CLASS OF 1962 John Patrick Ahearn Amedeo Alberico Barbara Jean Baker Thomas Carl Barnes Anne Julie Barry Jane Ellen Berezin Sidney Kidd Bliss Richard Walter Brooks Parick Francis Castona Barbara Zita Chasen Linda Alice Coffey Stephen Leonard Crevoshay Judith Ann Dietz Marilyn Virginia Dynes Paul Bernard Eiseman Kenneth Edwards Gleason Jeffrey William Hahn Melvin Samuel Hanauer, Jr. Thomas Day Hayden Carol Anne Howes Richard Stuart Jacobs Kenneth Paul Kasarjian 0 L Thzr tzme, lzke all tzmer, zr cl very good one, z we -. bu know what to do wztb rt" Ralph Waldo Emerson INDUCTED MAY 1, 1962 Melvin Joel Kimmel Susan Jane Klamberg Thomas David Leavitt Robert George Leeland Adele Getrude Lipofsky Alan Leslie Little Jayne Barbara Maloof Lynne Strauss Marcus Phyllis Susan Margil Pamela Ann Martin David Richard McCann Carol Nadell Louise Lee Naterman George Sherwood Norton Richard Charles Osofsky Clarise Elizabeth Patton Margaret Elizabeth Pincus Donald Lee Rossman Arlene Sandra Rubin George Joseph Rubin Marie Elaine Russo Allan Andrew Ryan, Jr. Richard Alan Salter Theodore Hertzell Schell Kenneth Brenner Smith Laurence Mark Smith Beverly Elaine Snyder Jane Wilma Snyder Stephen Paul Steinberg Karen Ina Stone Tobie Ann Tarlow David Udin Lee Marilyn Werman Barry White Bette Ann White Linda Ruth White Nancy Ellen Wise CLASS OF 1963 Beverly Jane Alpert Robert Mark Alter Fredrick Douglas Aronow Carol Ann Banquet Barbara Ann Beckwith Jon Kenneth Berenson Judith Ann Dietz Diane Chandler Fisher Virginia Louise Floyd Elizabeth Karla Gesmer Barbara Ruth Greenberg Virginia Carol Hagelstein Diane Marie Hunter Marsha Ann Hurst Barbara Jane Jensky Diane Alexa Kagan James Joseph Lally Betsy Meredith Levin Monica Ruth Meyer Mary-Lou Anne Muskalski Elaine Panagopoulos Timothy James Putnam Barry Kumin Rosen Judith Ellen Rothstein Charles Fisher Scammon Phillip James Shea Denis Robert Smith Diane Kendall Sones Richard Leon Sorota Ellen Wallace Stuart Russell Kenneth Swartz Sheila Linda Tocman Paula Lynne Weinberg Thomas Francis Weiskel 142 X! J 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 INDUCTED APRIL 25, 1961 CASS OF 1962 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 Members of the Newton High School Chapter of the National Honor Society knew "what to do" to make their year worthwhile both for themselves and for others. Under the enthusiastic guidance of Miss Rachel johnson, mem- bers put their qualities of Scbolarslwp, Service, Leaderrbip, and Character to good use. During the warmer months, they carried out a diligent clean-up campaign in Newton's Edmunds Park. In February, they helped to collect money for the Heart Fund. The society, itself, gave contributions to the American Field Service and to Boston's Educational Channel Two. Members also volunteered themselves as readers for the blind. Everyone is proud of these fine Newton High School citizens. FIRST ROW: Martin Wolfson, Presidentg Miss Rachel Johnson, Advirorg Karen Manners, Vice-President. SEC- OND ROW: Sue Tepper, Secretaryg Marsha Katz, Literary Editor, Bill Meissner, Literary Editorg Paul Muther Trearurer. Bernard Francis Marhaisel 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 TIGERAMA 144 1 , w 4 J E, I 145 gf' , f 'ii OUR LITERAR The Worldly Philofopherx Robert L. Heilbroner All the Kingif Men Robert Penn Warren 1 I o X I .xxx f' N3'+71J'Lflll IH. 6 L up -Q I ' .-N' X 5 l 72. 93' .Le J X ,Q XX The Lart Hurrah Edwin O'Connor Prohler in Courage John F. Kennedy Exodux 146 Leon Uris HERITA GE W ffl' Qlf'..-1" K' MC N '1 K Look Homeward, Angel Thomas Wolfe WJ I Kid Yon Not Jack Paar 1 i il The Lonely Crowd David Reisman A K ugx XY. May Tbif Home Be Safe From Tigerf Alexander King The Age of Innocence Edith Wharton NW H + N 4 4 1. X r- 7' is ff Ml N . . If 'Q 'I 47 gy S U ' ' - f M iN Qx 'il'-3 ,1 7 1,44 Eg ,I 4 fi 'A , I I J , I I7 TUSITALA Fir:t row: Neil Epstein, David Kupferman, Betsy Gesmer, Martha Feldman. Second row: jeff King, Dennis Green, Joyce Wolbarst, David McCann, Mr. Harris. "A nation': poet: are it: true owner:,' and by the :troke of their pen they convey the title deed: of it: real po::e::ion . . ." George Woodberry It is through the art and literature of a country that we come to know its people, and it is through Reflection: that we come to know the thoughts of our fellow students. Since Newton High School deserves to be reflected at its creative best, the task of editing the literary magazine was an exacting one. This year's Reflection: successfully preserved for us the creative spirit of Newton High School. REFLECTIGNS "A wi:e :kepticimz i: the jim attribute of it good critic." james Russell Lowell The skepticism was there. The good and con- structive criticism was there also. Where? Tusitala of course! Under the direction of Mr. john Harris, the group met once a month, and worked to im- prove their writing by hearing it criticized and by evaluating the work of others. Given an honest Csometimes too honestj evaluation of their crea- tive endeavors, members discovered their own weaknesses. The ten literary souls of Tusitala rep- resented Newton High School's superior writing talent. Seated: Bob Berezin, Beverly Alpert, Dennis Smith. Standing: Tom Weiskel, Billy Rose, James Levinson. 149 CHEMISTRY CLUB Firrt row: Jayne Maloof, Tim Weiskel, Bill Malcolm, Don Rossman, Rhonda Green, Monica Myers. Second Row: Mr. Hall, John Manners, David Benjamin, Neil Epstein, Alan Dinner, Hank Goldman, janet Shapiro. Third row: Bob Yukes, Tony Rolanty, Steve Axelrod, Ned Cunningham, Tom Hayden. "A band in thing: to come . . ." Advertising slogan of Union Carbide Science has always been an integral part of the American heritage. One of the framers of our Con- stitution, Benjamin Franklin, figured prominently in eighteenth century science. Today, men like Glen T. Seabourg reafiirm the importance of sci- entifically trained citizens to a free nation. The Chemistry Club was one means for the interested student to enrich his science program. This year, under the able direction of Messrs. J. C. Hall and Stuart Rist, the club explored new areas of chem- istry through a series of experiments designed by the Association of Manufacturing Scientists. INDEPENDENT RESEARCH GROUP "How do I work? I grape." Albert Einstein The Independent Research Group, organized this year, offered the scientifically inclined student an opportunity to do some of this "groping" on his own. There were no compulsory meetings of the group, but the lab, under the supervision of Mrs. Bailey and Mr. Wells, was open to students during the week. At midyear the students were placed in nearby research centers to continue their projects on a more advance level. The club also sponsored the November Science Seminar in which local researchers graphically explained their work to interested Newton students. We doubt that the group's "groping" in the scientific world will produce anything as momen- tous as Einsteins theory of relativity, but we are certain that in the future many of these students will make subsmfif-Qi? contributions to science. Martin Himmelfarb, Bernard Mathaisel, Larry Kornfield, Ronald Angoff, Jack Kornfield, Richard Kates, Robert Yukes, Dana Mason, Paul de Rensis, Richard Osofsky, Dave Zarling, Alan Dinner, Philip L. Gilman, Arthur Russell, Arden Rose, Marylin Haley, Mrs. Bailey. PHYSICS CLUB "ThiJ it indeed The Year Atom Bomh One." Harold Clayton Urey Now in the Year Atom Bomb Seventeen, we live in a cultural and social milieu in which science is king. In the last seventeen years science has car- ried us along at breakneck speed, on the one hand, advancing the cause of humanity, and, on the other, bringing the threat of total annilhilation closer. The Physics Club, supplementing the school's regular science and humanities programs, has helped to educate tomorrow's physicists for sane progress. The club conducted a varied program of lectures and field trips. Dr. Rohsenow of MIT and other prominent physicists addressed the group. The students also visited many local re- search centers and universities where history is being made every day. First row: Dave Thompson, Sydney Pratt, Phil Gilman, Paul DeRensis, Bernard Mathaisel, Bob Sullivan, Dave Udin. Second row: Barry Rosen, Larry Goodman, Buzzy Zarling, Brian Rossenow, Larry Kornfield, Fred Alessi, julian Goodrich. Third Row: jerry Parker, Mike Falkoff. ALPHA GAMMA TAU Seated : Ronnie Green, Susan Brooks, Sue Carroll, Alan Dinner, Don Rossman, Marty Wolf- son, Dave Thompson, Sydney Pratt. Standing: Bryna Leeder, Paul Shapiro, Bob Hession, Larry Goodman, Bill Overholt, Merril Kaitz, jerry Palmer. "That mathematical, geographical .fon-of- a-gan Columbo." Traditional ballad, "Christopher Columbo" Throughout American history, mathematics has always been lurking somewhere in the back- ground. Mathematics, of course, played a vital role in the discovery and charting of our country. Times, however, have changed greatly. Today mathematics is helping to discover and chart track- less reaches of outer space and the new worlds within the atom. This year Alpha Gamma Tau centered around a series of math competitions with other schools. Guest speakers and student-planned programs helped to prepare the mathematically inclined club members for the discovery ahead. FRENCH CLUB 'tr 11- Laura Cerf, Paula Weinberg, Winnie Meyers, Wendy Meyers, Diane Swartz, Ben Cogan, Wendy Philips, Janet Vernon, Joyce Wasserman, Lesley Glazer, Ellen Roeuer, Betty Miller, Sandra Soble, Andrea Rousseau, Audrey Berman, Jay Klapper, Susan Shapero, Joan Shaff- man, Arlene Rosendorf, Nancy Corman, Marilyn Craven, Ruth lndursky, Shiela Good- man, Jon Berenson, Joan Schnider, Amy Rosenberg, Carold Goldman, Gail Paul, Steve Sussman, Ed Cabitt, Cheri Nathan, Barbara Fox, Debby Rose, Marcia Singal, Joyce Libby, Richard Diamond, Diane Sones, Amy Weiss, Barbara Greenberg, Susan Dangel, Carole Plotkin, Barbara Jensky, Lynne Marcus, Shiela Jacobs, Carol Dubins, Elaine Panagopoulos, Leni White, Natalie Liberace, Nancy Ingall, Nancy Noss, Betsey Levine, Carol Churney, Ellen Smith, Diane Lipinsky, Liz Kopans, Sue Kaplan, Diane Banquer, Harisse Rotman, Irving Kornfield, Penni Bogen, Merle Isenberg, I-lelaine Fox, Sue Mehlsak, Beverly Alpert, Ellen Kates, Shiela Tocman, Joani Chasenoff, Mimi Calk, Judy Baden, Ginny Hagelstein, Margie Pincus, Dana Freedman, Diana Snyder, Anne Bagnell, Jane Siegal, Laura Wolbarst, "Lafayette we are here." Charles Stanton From the days of the Revolution, France has been closely allied with the United States. In our infancy she helped us to stand alone. In the first and second World Wars, we once again joined forces. Today, in the midst of the cold war, it has become increasingly necessary that we stand to- gether. Indeed, with her great contributions to lit- erature, science, and the fine arts, France deserves more than political recognition. In the French Club this year, informal conversations, films, and song fests enriched the students' knowledge of French culture. The French Oratorical contest, held in the spring, generated a genuine interest in the language throughout the high school. And so we say, "Vive la France!" Jenifer Burns. SPANISH CLUB "Remember the Mainefn Slogan, Spanish-American War "Remember the Maine!" began the admonition to Spanish Club members at their first meeting. "Remember the Main objectives of the Spanish Club are to give students the chance to converse in Spanish, and to expand their understanding of the Spanish and Latin-American cultures." Re- membering these objectives, the Spanish Club had a highly successful and encouraging year. Slides, films, guest speakers, and a Christmas costume party highlighted the year's cultural ap- preciation activities, Gifts for Puerto Ricans in Sudbury at Christmas, and a book drive for a school in Costa Rica were the major service proj- ects performed the club. Although some stu- dents rnajq fmawtten when to use the sub- junctive at :ht F' S iuzifs. everyone will remember the Main result 1 --,tifcessftil year of service, learning and enjoyment for all. .Lfmuna " autumn :n:..'.qm'1 uma Seated : Martha Green, Vice Preridentg Edward Silvers, Treasurer, Sherry Lookner, Preri- Seated : Martha Green, Edward Silvers, Vice President, Sherry Loolcner, Treasurer, Wil- liam Meissner, President. Standing: Mr. Davis, Robert Hicks, Pat Maehan, Regina Chase, 152 "Ecce . . . Winnie Ille Pu." A. A. Milne CTranslator: Alexander Lenardk Winnie Ille Pu, by A. A. Milne, translated by Alexander Lenard, is one of the most recent re- vivals of Latin in this country. Originally a child's story, Winnie the Poo, in its Latin translation, at- tracted as many adults as the English version did children. The Latin Club, like Mr. Lenard, at- tempted this year to arouse more than just an edu- cator's interest in Latin. Among other activities, there were skits Cin Latinlj and colorful slides of Italy. Thirty dedicated members met monthly to wag their Roman tongues and keep the dust off Horace and Virgil. LATIN CLUB I- Q .. A Q MA Kneeling: Liz Kopans, Debby Wheelock, Ginny Lockwood, Judy Sislcind, Ann Kadets, Donna Resnick, Barbara Sulkin, Linda Coven. Sitting: Elaine Ulman, Noreen Blank, Marsha Hurst, Susan Einsen, Carol Berkowitz, Marion Theller, Miss Cox, Ellen Smith, Donna Derick. Standing: Marcia Lipsett, Cynthia Tocman, Diane Hartman, Robert Wino- grad, Stephen Steinberg, Harlan Polishook, Paul Shapiro, Larry Raffel, Richard Stone, Bob Alter, Bill Scar, Janice Pigeon, Amy Rosenberg, Barbara Ward, Jennifer Finkel. RUSSIAN CLUB V! -an Firrt row: Steve Wallach, Rudy Wunderlich. Second row: Adele Lipofsky, Amy Weiss, Linda Lipofsky, Clarisse Patton, Carol Horowitz, Lois Lipofsky, Mary Priebe, Carol Ban- quer. Third row: Bryna Shore, Lisbeth Berman, Linda Klein, Myrna Shapiro, Barbara Baker, Marsha Katz, Mrs. Linton-Smith. Fourth row: Tom Leavitt, George Rubin, Steve Osborne, Richard Jacobs, Peter Wolfe, Phil Shay. Mining: Paul Muther, Jean Byron. 153 "The plornreology of every nation bn iz mint of drollery about it to the ear: of every nation speaking n different tongue." Edgar Allen Poe The Russian Club sought to "become familiar with and enjoy Russian culture" through Russian music, literature and cuisine. This year the club sponsored a unique Russian cookie sale, and in December, a "vyecherenka" Cevening partyD. Rus- sian Club members learned to nod knowingly at Khrushchev's lengthy "messages" to his own peo- ple, at Radio Moscow's mumbled "messages" to the West and at Gromyko's violent "messages" to the U.N. The members also understood, of course, the words of their advisor, Mrs. Linton-Smith, who left in mid-year after three years at Newton High, and to whom the Russian students express sincere and warm appreciation. NEWTCDNITE 'Vlbfolute freedorn of the prey: to discuss public quertionx is a foundation .ttone of Ameri- ll ican liberty. The Newtonite this year opened its pages to the coverage of all that affected us, not only as students, but also as citizens. With the continuation of the "Forum" column the paper indeed fulfilled its basic purpose: "to report school events, to publish student opinion, and to serve as a record." Non-staff members submitted to the ."Forum" letters on civil defense, fluoridation, fallout shelters, and our own cafeteria Herbert Hoover problem. The "Fact Sheet," introduced for the first time last fall, also broughtitogether non-staff mem- bers to write on controversial topics. These two inno- vations, "Forum" and "Fact Sheet," added a new di- mension to NHS journalism and made the N ewtonite an example of the responsible, outspoken, vigorous American free press. Newtonite Circulation and Advertising Staffs Kneeling: Linda Cummins, Carol Welz, Bernadette Mazzola, Rikki Hoffman, Lynda Rosenberg, Toby Krasnoo, Marsha Hurst, Marylin Hayley, Nancy Clifford, Joyce Wasserriian. Seated: Lynne Marcus, Jacki Grant, Ruth Handler, Elaine Pana- gopoulfi--. l3.7i7il'3 jensky, Carole Plotkin, Shiela Tocman, Cheri Nathan, Sue Finsen, Lesley Nancy Noss. Standing: Janet Keegan, Carol Coletti, Joan Flagg, Maura F-li.ff fn, ,lohn Kwitkor, Gordon Allen, Gene Oppenheim, Steve Con- stant, jant liotbee Fox, Debbie Norcross, Betsey Daniels. 154 "We beard the miniature thunder where be fled." Robert Frost Although we couldn't see him, we knew for sure that he must have been a member of the Newtonite Circulation or Advertisingt Saffs, diligent workers around the school who created little or no disturb- ances but left telltale marks behind them. The Ad Staff did its work behind the scenes, gathering adver- tisements for each issue of the Newtonite and thus enabling the paper to exist financially. Likewise, the Circulation Staff rarely attracted at- tention. Its thunder came quickly and briskly at the The newspaper of Newton High School, Newtonville, Massachusetts Founded In 1922 ln order to report school events to publish student oplnlon, and to serve as record. Published IS tfmes per year. voL. xxxlx FEBRUARY 15, 1962 No. 9 ' Edltor-In-Chief Features Edltor Finance Edlfvl' Ann Kahalas Marge Pincus Janet Merrill Managing Editor Exchange Editor Photography Edltor Anne Barry Barbara Matthews Mike Feldman A'9l9f'm""' Edlm' SPONS Edlfbf Assistant Sports Editors Janet Shapiro Allan Ryan Dave McCann Art Editors Karen Stone Martha Feldman Asst. Features Editor Roberta Flower Clarise Patton Assistant Copy Editors Gail Cassidy Assoc. C Laura Chaseng Ellen Berger Make-up Edltor Judy Lambert Copy Editor Meryl Morss Forum Editors Elliot Evans Dan Goldstein Publicity Edltar Elaine Henry Headline Editor Free-Lancers: .Terry Wambolt Photographers Ken Drucker David Singer Jack Seeton Ross Winetsky Steve Simon ouncil Reporter Marsha Katz Jean Byron-Barbara Chasen-Mary Cory-Barbara DeSantis- Edward Goldstein-Sunny Gratto-Karen Manners-Bill Meissner- Peter Mersky-Connie,Muther-Gail Paul-Elbert Reed-Arden Rose- Nancy Weiner-Susan Dietz Mr. West Advllort Mr, William west Advirer Advertising Sales Staff Advlsarx Miss Virginia Altieri Circulation Staff Advlsorx Mrs, Ruth Levine Advertlslng Layout Advisor: MIS. Ford beginning of the school year when subscriptions were told. But every two weeks they hurried unnoticed through homerooms, never failing, however, to leave the mark of freshly printed newspapers in the hands of impatient students. If you, too, heard miniature thunder around the school and didn't know where it came from, chances are that you heard a member of the Ad or Circulation Staffs as he fled from one finished task to the next yet unfinished one. Newtonite Advertising Staff Fin! row: Diane Hunter, Pam Gordon, Ellen Stearns, Arlene Calk, Lois Marchand. Second row: Regina Chase, janet Ver Bontempo, Mimi ner, Ellen Stuart Nancy Carmen, Sheila Goodman, Sheri Greenberg. Third rout Debbi Davis Lynne Riggs, Sid Bliss, Ruthie Sagoff, Barbara Bowen. 155 i Q 9 "A year . . . if a journey along a paper calendar " And here is our paper calendar record of 1961 to 1962-the Newtonian-written wirh .1 lor of headaches, many loud argu- menrs and a grear deal of enjoyment. Thanks to you, Mr. Rossi, there war a yearbook this yearg how many times you wondered if rhere ever would be one! 'Gian -. COPY STAFF Sue Haveng Diane Singer, Editorg Margie Caplan. Mining: Margie Shapirog Nancy Goldbergg Joyce Browng Margie Le-vig Cheryl Lamking Lee Isenberg. " Q17 l NEWTONIAN EXECUTIVES Editor-in-Chief ...., , ..A, , A . S. Ira Grossman Bnfineu Manager ., , . Jerrold Oppenheim C0-ordinator ..,..,,A. , A . Karen Manners Advisor . ,,... ..,., , , .,,., Mr. A. Rossi Circulation Advifor A A, . Mrs. I. Usas MGI S X K-3 5 1 YV LITERARY STAFF Seated : Adele Lipofskyg Sue Tepperg Ed Goldsteing Barbara Chasen, Editorg Jean Byron. Standing: Bonnie Pheenyg Bill Meissnerg Dave Singerg Sue Carroll. FEATURE STAFF Jean Sandeng Marsha Katz, Editorg Sue Klamberg. Mining: Sue Fisher NW Q' ga B- 9 xr PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Dave Singerg Howard Geller, Editorg Barry Coburn. i -em ' DHS? . :a21.?w'5,.L. .' ...Y- T""1""' Seated : Brian Rohsenow, Editofg Holly Wilder. Standing: Melvin Kimmel. CIRCULATION STAFF SPORTS STAFF Richard Katesg Steve Adelsong Jerry Cohen, Editorg Linda Hem. l l BQ! A rg f- .L 1: I 4. ,ua -5 ADVERTISING STAFF Gail Eagermang Paul Feinbergg Bob Bernheimer. lmet: Ted Schell, Editor. Mining: jane Carmen, Steve Crevoshay, Ruth Handler, Harry Hardy, Ben Kudish, Paul Muther, Jane Berezin. DEBATING SOCIETY f, l 1' lg l l 1 ' As lt ll. T 'lit 'i lil' x ' , jill llwlll Seated: Myrna Shapiro, Mr. Hall,'Barbara Chasen, Gerald Angoff, Jerrold Oppenheim, Thomas Weiskel, Mr. Prentiss. Standing: Robert Bullock, Timothy Putnam, Laura Chasen, Merrill Kaitz, Gary Rowe, Tom Leavitt, Martin Himmelfarb, Jonathon Medalia, Jonathan Margolis, John Sherman, Andrew Brillant, Stephen Steinberg, James Levinson, Mary Corey, Bryna Leeder. DRAMA CLUB "The play left a tatte of lukewarm par- .rnip juice." Alexander Woolcott Alexander Woolcott's well-known, biting com- ment could perhaps have been uttered by the mem- bers of the Drama Club after one of their pilgrim- ages to the Charles Street Playhouse this past year. More likely, however, the comments were a bit more complicated than Woolcott's, for the Drama Club members have learned to analyze plays with a combination of both criticisms and compliments. And, in their eagerness to do more than criticize and praise, the members have also made a study of the history of drama, and of modern acting techniques, current plays and playwrights. With this year's emphasis on the modern, Marlowe and Shakespeare were laid aside in favor of Miller, Shaw and company, giving the students a chance to see and discuss the plays in addition to reading them. The past was not forgotten by the Drama Club this year, it was simply left undisturbed. "lf ever the U.S. should reach a point where the clash of ulear corner to an end, where dehate dixappeari . . . then we are finished ax a nation." John F. Kennedy Thus, the twenty-five members of the Debating Society participated in an activity basic to our democratic society. They exercised their freedom of speech in inter-school debates, in tournaments, and in their monthly meetings Cwhere a motion to adjourn was once argued for ten minutesl. In January, the club took part in a Dartmouth Uni- versity High School Tournament where one team received an award for superior debating. Newton High teams also won debates with Newton South, Waltham, Bedford, Wellesley, and Brookline high schools. A heavy snow fall did not prevent mem- bers from attending the Winnecunnet, N. H. tour- nament, and when they got a flat tire on the ride home, they debated the merits of self-sealing rub- ber. Newton High was also represented at the Lynnfield Tournament Cwhere our teams won 7 out of 8 debatesb and at the University of N. H. Tournament. In April, five club members attended the Model UN in N. J. Throughout the year, the club debated the pros and cons of federal aid to education, the National High School topic. If you heard strange noises after school, it was probably a dedicated debater pound- ing the rostrum to make a point CSuggestion to next year's debaters: don't lean too hard on the rostrum . . .J. Sitting: Barbara Jensky, Judi Baden, Ellen Matulsky, William M. Krinsky, Deborah Moore, Eve Mittleman, Terri Renda, Ginny Floyd. Standing: Carol Rubins, Janet Cohen, Grace Harrington, Ellie Rose, Mary Brodrick, Pamela J. Powers, Nancy Acheson, Patricia Needle, Carol Bilezikian, Jennifer Finkel, Fran Nesson, Debby Wasserman, Judy Gootkin. 159 SENIOR PLAY If yozfre there before if!! over, yozfre on time." James Walker If you made it to the Senior Play before it was over, you were on time to see high- lights of one of the most humorous and sagacious pieces of situation comedy ever pre- sented in Newton High School. Precision acting, in which every actor practically lived his part, put forth a remarkable evening of entertainment. If you saw the whole play, you will never forget the cast's enthusiastic performances. CAST OF CHARACTERS Essre ...... .... ,...,,,. . . Rheba .......,..... .... Paul Sycamore .. , . Mr. DePinna ..,,... Ed.. ..,,...,....,. .. Donald ...,...,,., Alice ,.....,......,.... " Henderson . . . U X Tony Kirby .. . Boris Kolenkhov . .. Gay Wellington . Mr. Kirby. , .,.., .. ., . ,.,,,.,...,,,,... A Penny saved 160 Penelope Sycamore .........,,. . .... . ..., . ............ . .... Martin Vanderhof , .. Mrs. Kirby . ,.,. ,.,,..... .......,... . . ...,....,..,,.. .....,..... . , .. . .... .Mary Corey .....I.inda Sinoyan ...Cheryl Lamkin .....Barry Coburn David Reed ...Richard Quinn ...Robert Chernis William Krinsky -..Linda Stanton David Kallock ........Robert Factor ....Williarn Mark Jacqueline Grant ...mjeffrey Hahn .Marilyn Rideout Four Men .. .... Peter Moore, Robert Doswell, john Watts, Kevin Cotter Olga .........,,....,............................,.,......,....................... .,.,,... R achel Davis Production Manager and Director .... . .,...,,. . .... . .... .William B. Spink Student Directors .... Marilyn Firger, Susan Powers, Constance Muther You Cam? Take It with You." 'XC Necessary and proper Wrxx Sink or swim vx , ' I - k ! X ,I When you strike a king you must kill him. 161 You ain't heard nothin' yet folks. DRAMA "The Greatest Show on Earth." P. T. Barnum Despite a surprise snow-storm, Newtorfs ninth an- nual Drama Festival managed to get started-and only half an hour late. But the two thousand hearty souls who braved the blizzard found the performances ample reward for their soggy shoes and snow-bound cars. The program began with Louise Saunders' de- lightful fantsy The Kmwe of Hearty. From beginning to end, the play was wonderfully funny. We even noticed the South High students laughing! After a brief intermission the program continued with South High's presentation of Marcelle Maurette's Amutafia. The play was greeted with yells from the Southerners. Yankees shifted nervously in their seats, but once the play was underway we were forced to forget our scorn for those "young rebels." It was a truly stirring performance. Though we hate to admit it, even some Yankee eyes were damp when the cur- tains closed. 't .32 , f ' A i c N, jp-In M The final play, Barbara Pecker's Patrick Bronte and the Saint, was greeted by enthusiastic cheers, this time from the Yankees. The yells were not unmerited. The audience was treated to an outstanding perform- anc-outstanding in interpretation, casting, direction, scene design and characterization. Clt should be noted that the author is not in any way biased.D We will never forget the movable clouds that squeaked only slightly as they were drawn across the stage. Impatiently awaiting the judges' decision, the Yankees eyed their Southern opposition suspiciously. In a short while their suspicions were confirmedf Anartasia was declared the winner. However, no Northerner felt he could really begrudge the rebels their prize, and a great pleasure to everyone were the eight awards for outstanding acting, presented to: Jay Theise, Vicki Opper, Franklin Levy, Mirelle Res- nick, Barbara Goodbar, Priscilla Kanter, Bill Krinsky and jeff Hahn. Having thoroughly enjoyed the whole evening, Yankees and Confederates made a truce and trudged home through the snow. iflvlilunr---.-.......,.rw ' 1 , Q g S ai . 5 ?, . ii, Q lg, v ffl. iii , 51. Sis x.f- ? 5 i il 2 5 ' if f ri. li? FESTIVAL Miss Ryan, Mr. Spink 9 041+- ww , ,QQ k., Q ff- . ,, ,U - Y, ,Ly J.. A ,, .WM A H , t 1, .ft ,, ' ff. . .- " zu, .. x 4.9 4 gg 1 , 541 ,f " M' ' , is - - l "1-12 1 ' fe. --4 a' . V, .. - 9 . -'-Ma 4 ' k :yt - ' tw' . b . , ., ,V . vi , J , - -vga, ,Ji 451.14 I . QM My hu. ..,R.,, Y, 'W hw, if MUSIC CLUB A. Bornstein, J. Chabot, L. Ciarcione, S. Dietz, E. Duby, P. Fleischer, J. Greenberfi G. Greenblatt, B. Huston, R. Laseran, P. Powers, G. Rogell, H St. Clair, S. Shapiro, J. Weiner, J. Alban, G. Berman, B. Daniels, S. Ferguson, D. Feinberg, E. Franklin, W. Gath, P. Harrington, D. Jodreu L. Keene, S. Korinow, B. Levin, M. Peterson, T. Renda, H. Shafran, M Singal, S. Soble, S. Stadtman, G. Stone, J. Theise, D. Ames, D. Ban- quet, S. Crevoshay, P. Feinberg, I. Grossman, L. Holdridge, L. Kent, J. Mackenzie, M. Levi, S. Powers. M. Rideout, B. Sellers, B. White, M. Woods, S. Aronie, G. Bachrach, N. Baer, A. Berman, S. Books, M. roderick, R. Ford, N. Greenman, A. Hartbower, B. Kelly, J. Marcus, F. MacCarthy, S. Nicklesen, P. Power, P. Shapiro, C. Sherman, N. Stafford, B. Tepper, M. Wyman, M. Calk, D. Derick, P. Dorris, H. Ferrick, M. Howard, A. Kasabian, E. Mann, R. Mezilli, L. Riggs, M. Saxton, S. Scrim shaw, E. Talpin, M. Olvet, L. Ostrow, G. Angoff, H. Berkman, C. Camp bell, G. Eagerman, R. Factor, M. Firger, H. Goldman, S. Haven, S. Jacobs, W. Malcolm, J. Maloof, B. Matthews, J. Merrill, G. Rubenstein, G. Zwilling, C. Anderson, E. Berman, C. Bilezikian, L. Cleveland, J. Cohen, S. Everett, S. Halewood, L. Lavely, B. LeBrun, J. Spencer, P. Weiner, C. Zolli, J. Bishop, J. Callahan, J. Conquest, S. Dangel, N. Ferris, B. Fox, E. Goldberg, J. Kornfield, J. Rothstein, S. Shapiro, J. Berezin, A. Cimo, R. Davis, S. Fisher, J. Grant, J. Hahn, P. Jacobs, K. Kasarjian, J. Simonds, B. Snyder, S. Wongberg, E. Acorn, D. Brickman, D. Deutsch, N. Hassell, D. Katseff, R. Koppel, B. Leeder, D. Lewis, B. Mitsky, M. Mintz, J. Roser, M. Salvia, J. Scandale, B. Simmons, M. Steinman, N. Stowe, E. Tatleman, C. Weinstat, T. Wishnow, C. Berkowitz, B. Bowen R. Chase, J. Conrad, D. Davis, N. DeVito, D. Brown, B. Greenberg, R Prenta, D. Pierce, J. Pierce, H. Rotman, C. Welz, B. Brown, L. Chrisman T. Currens, E. Evans, E. Goldstein, S. Gratto, D. Johnson, M. Morrison S. Norton, A. Rose, J. Shapiro, R. Weyler, B. Wolfe, B. Belkin, M Brown, P. Chasen, R. Elliott,,S. Janes, S. Lawson, M. Lipsett, L. Long V. Marchese, B. Marr, C. Nusserman, E. Rosenberg, N. Schiller, C. Toc: man, T. Weiskel, S. White, A. Zamgals, B. Alexander, J. Baden, B Chabol, E. Gesmer, B. Hicks, R. Indusky, B. Karp, E. Kopans, J. Lee, B. Levine, E. Matolsky, M. Morss, B. Nickerson, A. Rosendorf, C. Rubin, R. Sagoff, T. Weiskel, E. Winer, R. Zibel, J. Arenberg, M. Finn, R. Levine, L. Marcus, B. Mark, M. Moore, L. Morgan, C. Muther, L. Nater- man, J. Shuster, K. Stone, S. TePPer, C. Winer, E. Winston, B. Angell D . Blocker, C. Deats, G. Dempsey, M. Fishlyn, G. Genovese, A. Moore: F. Osborne, N. Roche A. Rosenberg, S. Ryder, M. Shapiro, A. Siegal L. Sudain, P. VanBuskink, J. Wolbarst, R. Yukes, G. Allen, J. Blodgetti B. Camerato, D. Case, W. Feldman, S. Goodman, D. Hunter, S. Kaplan S. Klein, L. Kornfield, M. MacManmon, S. Pratt, K. Reynolds, L. Roberts E. Rose, L. Rosenberg, A. Scarsella, P. Sidel, R. Stellar, B. Sulkin, Ci Sweetman, E. Tamagno, H. Tessler, D. Wheelock, R. Williams, J. Byron L. Colburn, S. Duggan, R. Flower, C. Groden, J. Haffer, R. Johnson, S Lookner, L. Stanton, B. Wires, L. Werman, R. Stam, N. Posner, B. Wishnow, D. Rose, P. Benson, J. Bilezikian, G. Zazovsky, L. Daniel, S. Crosby, L. Rosen, I. Firger, K. Cotter, B. Alexander, J. Dietz, B. Dunne. "I bear America ringing . . " Walt Whitman The world of music is being explored constantly. Part of our history rests in our music, for the study of American music is the study of American customs. Van Cliburn, Armstrong-we are a singing and listening people. This year, on the last Thursday of every month, the Music Club has presented programs in which all students could partici- pate. Not only were all those who loved music able to attend, but also all those interested in establishing such an interest. The following is a list of all those students of American I Q MIXED CHCDRUS enjoyed listening to them. V. Babcock, D. Blocker, S. Brooks, A. Bromilow, A. Callahan, J. Colter, C. Cunningham, D. Daniels, R. Diamond, W. Donald, J. Downing, R. Elliot, J. Finkel, G. Genovese, R. Hathaway, C. Irish, D. Katseff, L. Lent, B. Leeder, M. Lipsett, L. Long, M. Lucian, J. Mackay, A. Mas- troianni, J. Osborne, L. Ostrov, P. Powers, H. Rosbeck, S. Ryder, J. Scandale, M. Shapiro, K. Sherman, B. Simmons, D. Singer, S. Sable, R. Stam, L. Stepper, B. Sulkin, P. Weiner, T. Wishnow, P. Ryan, J. Rhoder, P. Chasen, A. Ditto, C. Andelman, J. Chabot, S. Childs, B. Demarco, J. Gentile, S. Keil, D. McCarthy, N. Stafford, B. Stafford, -I. Trowbridge, J. Wilson, C. Weinstein, C. Zolli, H. Weiner. GIRLS' CHORUS The 135 members of the Girls' Chorus met twice a week to learn the techniques of singing in a large group and to experiment with different types of vocal music. They sang at the Christmas Assembly and performed with the other musical organizations at "Music Night." With so many girls sharing an interest in singing, each meeting was an informal version of a gala performance. M. Alcorn, J. Baden, N. Baer, G. Berman, L. Berman, L. Best, S. Blaque, R. Bowen. M Brodrick, B. Camerato, S. Carmichael, B. Chabot, L. Ciarlone, L. Cleveland, j. Cohen, D Conant, j. Conrad, S. Dangel, A. Delgizzi, N. Devito, J. Dietz, E. Rorris, F. Duby, G. Eager man, R. Ford, B. Fox, E. Franklin, M. Goldberg, P Gordon, K. Gould, N. Greenman, V Haglestien, N. Hassell, P. Hem, M. Hickey, P. Huberman, D. johnson. L. Keene, B. Kelley S. Lawson, B. Lebrun, B. Levine, L. Long, E. Lyons, J. Mackenzie. M. Minte. M. Morss. li Pettit, T. Renda, S. Robinson, N. Roche, E. Rosenberg, R. Sagoff, M. Salvia. M. Saxton. M Sherman, J. Spencer, G. Stone, B. Tepper, M. Theller, P. Thompson, C. Tocman, J. Torn A Waters, L. Sundin, D. Thurston, -I. Weiner, R. Weyler, N. Wfise, M. XY"yman. A. Zernigm- A. Rose, A. Mazzola, J. Madden, E. Mann. The fifty-live members of the Mixed Chorus assembled twice a week to learn four-part harmony and to study choral literature. They displayed their talent and knowledge of music in the Christmas Assembly and in the Spring Musical, "The King and I." Members of the Mixed Chorus gained vocal and stage experience while Newton High School 1, n . 4 4259 1 if 'fe a 'VL S Y. if, .54 4 'j h,wA'mx. P' I fl, Q- 4 '-. . 4 . -. '-',, . ,pf M, P' Ak. "M ff 7 . " .r .f A L f . .1 .5 L ff f Qs - - " . L '. fu-1 ai f -gr.. fi V.-P+-i.. i.,:' , Q ' ' '-' . , ,s-'- . if . . af K . , 12. ' P" . -!"""3r1y?:.a-,. fu 1.1. ,.,u'. T. I W T '14 T 1 is - , 5 FIT kb I' .1 4 'L' -'I if- .. fs ! .iff nl' I 9 I Lfi U . g C . . if Z ., 5 . . , -1.3, - N , ' . a ,'f " 1 if u A 412'-.p A A ff, -3?"" . 'zfdg -' -' A .a ' U . X V Iris,-lk Auvityv A ' J.. ...-fly? -"':f9..2 ,f -Q.-gf N -...Aff vw-.tg-asf .r""' , 1: , .we . 1-'Q.w :....-,if l, .-34, 'sf - 'P,,hP61f0f,- . ' J' .. ,. g .,...i.,wg. ..f' . P 4. xi qw A-.', 'wi' SW' ,Q .T- F f" . ' . . - B. Jacobson, L. Klein, E. Oshry, B. Loew, M. Rotberg, R. Shapiro, J. Rosenberg, M. Morrison, S. Glen, J. Pierce, W. Lucas, R. Williams, W. Adleson, R. Morss, C. Thurston, E. Taplin, M. Calk, D. Hunter, T. Mit- chell, J. Stoppelman, P. Mersky, J. Hale, H. Himmelfarb, E. Ratzkoff, Song is a Part of America: the blacksmith at his forge, the railroad laborer at his work, the cotton picker in the fields, the sailor on the decks, the cowboy on the prairie, and we, all sing "Happy Birthday" and play opera in the shower. History has provided the schools musical organizations with much material. "Yankee Doodle," "Dixie," "I've Been Working on the Railroad," and 'Over There" have all appeared in A Capella's repertoires. The 110 members of the choir worked especially hard this year and pioneered a new system of regularly scheduled after- school rehearsals. One of the high points of the year came when A Capella joined with the Boston Youth Symphony. With skilled leadership, effort, and enthusiasm A Capella gave many fine performances this year. C. Bilezikian, C. Campbell, M. Rideout, M. Fishley, N. Ferris, M. Stein- man, L. Morgan, P. Gardiner, G. Dempsey, B. Marr, S. Everett, L. Stan- ton, H. St. Claire, B. Hicks, G. Rogell, K. Duffley, N. jackson, M. Olvet, F. Osborne, S. Axelrod, J. Theire, Bonten, I. Grossman, F. Aronow, P. Resnick, R. Schofield, J. Hahn, E. Goldstein, K. O'Connel, T. Brown T. B Weiskel, R. Johnson, B. Alexander, D. Jodvey, T. Guzetti, A. Ksnites, Bullock, S. Norton, P. Jacob, B. Yukes, R. Penta, S. Klein, J. Alban, L Case, 1. Simonds, J. Weden, S. Oietz, B. Huston, J. Wolbarst, J. Shapiro L. Naterman, D. Hunter, B. Brown, L. Roberts, D. Wasserman, Ryder Q 7 ,, a'Q-il' A V .. typ ?.-,' 915' . , 'af'-v- .air Mp. - .1 ' . i. , V ai-5 . l ,, ' . . -- f"55"f3'i'4l'af v .. v --" 4 R. Koppel, D. Neilson, E. Zimmer, G. Creem, 1. Reardon, B. Gath, R. Stellar, D. Drourr, S. Axelrod, M. Gilman, C. Berkowitz, A. Barrs, A. Bornstein, B. White, C. Blaquere, J. Houston, B. DeSantis, M. O'Connor, L. Werman. Director: Mr. Brayton. A CAPELLA CHCDIR MARCHING BAND During the football season, the Marching Band went out in full force to arouse school spirit. Meeting three times a week for practice, the fifty-five members showed a wonderful loyalty and enthusiasm for Newton High. In many other ways such as playing for rallies, motorcades, school assemblies, and other Newton schools, the Marching Band made a tuneful contribution to school activities. T. Currens, L. Chrisman, J. Conquest, M. Peterson, S. Ferguson, B. Carp R. Davis, C. Deats, S. Hart, L. Marcheend, G. Kirkcaldy, M. Corey, E Smith, L. Lavely, N. Rowland, S. Wonburg, L. Rosen, N. Blake, M. L Muskalski, M. Moore, L. Robart, J. Grant, B. Nickerson, W. Mark, J Chasson, R. Factor, D. Yeo, J. Hibbard, E. Lifland, S. Crosby, E. Win- ston, R. Dangel, S. Thompson, R. Quinn, K. Kasarjian, F. Davis, R Milesky, P. Fleiher, M. Howard, 1. Lee, J. Bishop, J. Maloof, A. Kasa- bian, D. Currens, S. Scrimshaw, K. Manners, D. Huff, M. Dynes, C. Muther, H. Tessler, H. Ferrick, S. Smith. ' -Z-1 The forty persevering musicians in the Newton High School orchestra dedicated much of their time and effort to practice. Under the direction of Mr. March, the orchestra performed for the Music Club and at the Senior Play. Six of its most tal- ented members were sent to the Northeast District Concert in Marblehead. The orchestra also gave concerts at elementary schools where future sopho- morse, juniors, and seniors got a glimpse of culture on the high school level. l l ORCHESTRA MADRIGALS a A - Front Row: Marilyn Rideout, Bonnie Nickerson, Marilyn Moore, Jane Maloof, Leanne Chrisman, Judy Simonds, Diane Hunter. Back Row: David Yeo, Jeff Hahn, Eric Winston, Sherwood Norton, Juris Alksnitis, Fred Davis, Ken Kasargian. Mining: Robert Factor, Linda Stanton. 167 -w The Newton High Madrigal Singers, a hand- picked, sixteen-member ensemble under the devot- ed leadership of Miss Geraldine Seaver, provided music for house assemblies, performed in many of Newton's junior high schools, and participated in City Hall ceremonies on Veterans Day. This un- usual group truly represented Newton High artistic skill and esprit de Corps. ALL-STATE ORCHESTRA 7, YC? 592' 2 Judy Dietz, Diane Currins, james Bilezekian, Tina Currins. CONCERT BAND If you ever found yourself promenading down the corridor in the cellar of Building II, you were bound to hear strains of enchanting music! The source of the tunes was the Concert Band, directed by Mr. David Brayton. The forty band members played a wide variety of musical selections: show tunes, overtures, waltzes, marches, popular and classical pieces. Incidentally, Newton High is very proud of a new addition-the All City Concert Band, composed of students litem NHS, Newton South, and junior highs. The rm: ' 'aint has high hopes for the per- formance of 1 l 168 ALL-STATE CHORUS in YOUTH SYMPHONY T Gill Rogell, Diane Currins, james Bilezekian, Tina Currins, judy Dietz. Y' ?Y 1 Y f , 5 i W TIGERAMA First Row: Mrs. Geiger, Sunny Gratto, Dave Kallock. Second Row: Sherry Loockner, Tina Currins. "You izin't beard nothing yet, folks." Al jolson And the chances are even if you were a fre- quent visitor at the NHS auditorium you never heard, saw, or appreciated the extent of the stage crew's work. Yet, behind the scenes, there was always someone fussing with a rope, a light, or a curtain. During every performance unsung heroes operated the necessary audio and lighting equip- ment. Such a group did a most important job at NHS and deserves our appreciation. STAGE CREW "Revolutions are not made by men in spectacles." Oliver Wendell Holmes History is full of revolutions. This year New- ton had its own revolution. The established and venerated institution of Tigerama succumbed to the New Movement, the Twist. At Twisterama, America's spirit of competition was exemplified in the enthusiastic Twist Contest. This same spirit was evident in the Tigerama Motorcade, held in September. The owner of the most originally dec- orated car received a prize greatly cherished by all auto owners-twenty-five gallons of gas. DANCE ii .- JL4 H if!-CT' i 3 I Seated: Pat Garrett, John Clisham, Jack Hibbard, Paul Diaz, Richard Brunette. Standing: Sue Benoit, jim McCassie, Frank Cause, 170 Mike Demeo, Mr. Ricciuti. HCDMEROOM MANAGERS "I tba!! return." General Douglas MacArthur The greatest selling squad in NHS was in- structed to repeat these famous words to all pros- pective buyers who forget their money. The Home- room Managers served the whole school by sell- ing such annual items as the Student Activities Ticket and the Yearbook. Unlike many school or- ganizations, created only when they are needed, the Homeroom Managers are an institution whose sacred phrase, "I shall return," is shouted by loyal students year after year. .-25 s unnn-sa 1 1-fmuiigg Seated: Pam Gordon, Pamela J. Powers, Sid Bliss, Paula Salow, Larry Kemelgor, Elaine Henry, Nancy Greenman, Andy Hyde, Winnie Myers. Standing: Arden Rose, Judi Baden, Janet Merrill, Sherry Stadtman, Richard Kimball, Linda Klein, Paul Piccirillo, Henry GRANGE BOOK :riff .gig Seated: Andy Hyde, Sue Finsen, Phil Kay, Paula Salow, Liz Kopans. Standing: Nancy In- gall, John Manners, Betsy Gesmer, Marylin Haley. Ad1'i.tor: Mr. Warshaw. ". . . tbir little book ir len a primer than a key . . ." Rupert Hughes Scene: A lost corridor in the east wing of Build- ing Two. Cart: One bewildered Sophomore. Propr: Orange Book. Script: Where's the elevator? I'll never make it to my next class. I just bought a whole book of tickets from that nice Senior. What? Noth- ing here? Well, if it isn't in the Orange Book it doesn't exist. I'd better look for a staircase. Exit Sophomore If it isn't in the Orange Book is doesn't exist. This invaluable guide book has shown many be- wildered Sophomores. Cjuniors and Seniors, toob the way to the phone, gym, and 1442. In its new expanded form, the Orange Book was sent to every student free of charge. ORANGE SHIELD "In order to . . . insure domestic tranquility." U., S. Constitution Keeping order in the cafeteria, where students seemed to lose all their inhibitions, may not have been quite as grave a problem as ordering a new nation was for the Founding Fathers. But it was almost so, maintains the Orange Shield. This squad of 107 civic-minded students patroled the cafeteria during all the lunch periods and insured our do- mestic neatness, cleanliness, and tranquility. First row: Judy Dietz, Pat Meehan, jane Carmen, Sue Anderson, Lynne Ware, Carolyn Sylvester, Anne Kirk. Second row: Dorothy Philades, Pat Hannel, Toby Tarlow, joan Thorman, judy Conquest, Margie Sullivan, Martha Green, Patty Harrington. Third row: Tam Hayden, Burt Hall, John Gulla, Dave Zarling, Bill O'Neill, Joan Flagg, Debby Ames, Holly Wilder, Rusty Martin, Eddie Silvers. Fourth row: Nancy Greenman, Carol Plotkin, Anne Marie Leger, Bob Crosby, Bill Rose, Steve Crosby, Andy Hyde, Paul Silverman, Phil Kay. CENTRAL CIVICS CGMMISSION "A good many things go around in the dark bender Santa Clans." Herbert Hoover Wlio was that strange student snifhng around the halls and behind closed doors? Did the silent snooper surprise you as he stealthily strode from a secret shadow in the spooky tunnels? WeU, the mystery is solved. No, he wasn't an FBI man or a visitor from Mars. He was a specially selected sober searcher for the Civics Commission which, like the US. Atomic Energy Commission, con- tribu., S A A of radioactive dust control, its battle :up fiiQ?l6'SS school may yet be won! ln Seated: Paul Roberts, Danny Goldstein, jeff Shane, Bob Alter. Standing: Mr. Gradone, Karen Stone, Gerry Angoff, Karen Manners, Gordon Allen, Sara Klein. 172 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS "The love of learning, the sequestered nooks, and the sweet serenity of hooks." Henry W. Longfellow The twenty-eight volunteers who relinquished study periods in order to work in the library per- formed an invaluable service to the school. These volunteers sorted and replaced books on the Chope- fullylj proper shelves, and, after finishing their exacting task, were free to disarrange their own handiwork by browsing through the library. Has anyone seen G S 66.2? First row: Sue Rayburg, Nancy Rowland, Charlotte Manson, Penny Dorris, Joan Shriber. Second row: Miss Kramer, Betty Moller, Alma Rousseau, Sue Benoit, Martha Steinman, Posie Ford, Joan Trowbridge. Third row: Debbie Ames, Sylvia Hall, Robert Yukes, Neil Baker, Juanita Bishop. GFFICE ASSISTANTS First row: Sandy Wongburg, Margie Caplan, Nanci Blake, Diane Hovsepian, Susan Wilkie, Winnie Myers. Second row: Joyce Brown, Lee Isenberg, Barbara Jensky, Leslie Kirshner, Marilyn Bornstein, Pat Meehan. Third row: Carol Bilezikian, Peggy Halloran, Margorie Sullivan, Holly Curtis, Barbara Hicks, Janice Pigeon, Mary Jane Steeves. Fourth row: Janet Cohen, Sylvia Hall, Sharon Ryder, Judith Cossaboom, Mimi Calk, Tricia Har- rington, Jacquie Blodgett. Fifth row: Susan Dangel, Richard Jacobs, Anita Villegas, Margie Sherry, Jean Rohde, Clair Groden. Sixth row: Barbara Fox, Barbara Greenberg, Nancy Carroll, Carolyn Oetinger. "We have heard enoztgh of liherty and the rights of rnen. It is high time to hear something of the duties of rnen . . ." Orestes Bronson The house plan greatly simplified student life, but in so doing it threatened to overwork the sec- retarial staff. Fortunately some students were not complacent, they spent their free time collecting attendance slips, answering phone calls, and thus helping to make the house plan work. SOPHGMGRE CLASS in i l Y 1 il H 5 p 'Mar Fin! Row: Lisa Lavely, Vicki Opper, Dave Bliss, Jim Hoover, Beverly Marr, Anne Moore. Second Row: Robert Rosenbaum, Sue Blaquere, Janet Cohen, Nancy Otis, Debbie Louis, Bev Kelley, Barry Rothstein, Mrs. Woffard. Third Row: Fred McCarthy, Stuart Feinzig, Ronald Huberman, Neal Widen, Robert Joyce, Mark Abrahams, Archie Roy. "There must be pioneers . . ." Charles Lindbergh The sophomores this year have been our Newton High pioneers, energetic, enthu siastic and imaginative. Their first project was the reclecoration of our cafteria, and their demand for action resulted in a new coat of fresh blue and white paint for the walls. To celebrate their success as wall painters, the sophomores held a way-out ball, a "Beatnik Twist", featuring pizza, espresso and the Ramrods musical combo. It is this enthusiastic imagination, coupled with what seems to be a general high interest in learning and an awareness of world problems, that prompts us to say, "Man, like this class is going places." Z. Mrs. joan W. Woffard Adviror 174 JUNICDR CLASS wr, ll Y Q .1 t 'ii M 'ins "A memorable Jociizl contribution, noble in motive and far Qi rencbing in purpose . . ." Herbert Hoover Under the dynamic leadership of Mr. Spencer MacDonald, the Class of 1963 made a "memorable social contribution" in the form of another junior Work Day. The students' enthusiasm and hard work brought sub- stantial profits which were donated toward the support of orphans at the New England for Little Wanderers. The Class also sponsored a successful Junior Prom and, following in the footsteps of countless other juniors, chose a class ring. Mr. Spencer C. MacDonald Advirer ,ff Seated: Richard Stellar, Anita Kasabian, john Rosenberg, Sue Ferguson, Phil Ruputz. Standing: Beverly Alpert, Elaine Henry, Barbara Fox, I-Iarion Theller, Tricia Harrington, Pat Hamill. ' 175 MOTIGN PICTURE SQUAD 'tp I "Some .fimple apparatui employing the eye, more than the ear, will he found . . ." Horace Mann Crunch . . . grind . . . ten, nine, eight, seven I . . "perfect, perfect, may I have the scotch tape J f 't -5 . . . ?" The Motion Picture Squad served as a I two-fold purpose, it acted not only as a service organization, but also as a club, and welcomed anyone interested in learning how to operate mo- tion picture equipment. Members selflessly abused their feet running from Newton Plan lectures, to history classes, to music classes, to gym, to the P.T.S.A., to various city organizations, showing films and film strips. "It is altogether fitting and proper" that Edi- son's fellow Americans should have suffered so A with the whims and caprices of his invention Mr. Satlak, Leonard Klein, Peter Bloom, David Kraopkonis, Stu Books. Mining: Paul Epstein. ADMINISTRATIVE AIDS "The difficult we do immediately. The impoxiihle taker a little longer." Slogan, U. S. Army Corps Engineers It's difficult to keep the cafeteria clean, even more diffi- cult to keep order in the tunnels Cespecially on dark, stormy days whn the lights failj, and ir's nearly impossible to pre- vent some students from smoking in school. Yet members of the Administrative Aids, like members of the Army Corps of Engineers, were determined to do both the diffi- cult and the impossible. The selected Tech High students the AA dedicatedly patrolled the school, sporting . fietals decorated with symbols repre- senting the nine shops of Te-cfw High. 176 Prexident: Norbert Lynch, Vice Prexidentz Tom Gregorio, Secretary: Bruce Selveyg Treasurer: Ed Brown, Body: Robert Lucente, R. Leone, john Marrazzo, Richard Capello, Rick Cic- cone, Joe Lipoma, Larry Gentilucci, Ronnie Fremavit, Al Pani- chilla, Ed Grace, Steve Maged, Allan Little, Billy Gird, jeff Donovan, K. Burek, jeff Gardiner, Bud Stevens, Don Cowley, Rick Ferrera, Bobby Cavallo, Richard Russell, Frank Layton, Eddie Mirabito, Alan Quebeck, james Kritzas, Bruce Gustow- ski, john Cicciu, J. Delehanty, Don Bartlett, A. Laroche, Bill Finer, Mark Santillo, Dick Evans, Dick Moms, Tom Lombardo, Ed Zande, Bill Goodale, W. Menier. Ti "We the people . . . in order to form e more perfect union . . " U. S. Constitution "We, the students of Newton High School"" completed another successful year of self-rule through the efforts of our Student Government. Our President, like jackson, Lincoln, Wilson, and the Roosevelts, proved anuadvocate of the Strong , Executive. In September, Richard Salter came quite close to exercising powers of the "commander-in- chief""':"' but the "imminent danger""""' facing the school was speedily neutralized. Much like the U.S. Congress, the Associates Council debated important issues and kept the American people-more specifically Newton High seniors-informed of the perils facing them in the future-more specifically the facts about colleges not printed in the official catalogs. We refer, of course, to the welcome innovation of informal group meetings between seniors and Newton alumni attending college. The Associates administered our own Newton Foreign Aid through the Foster Children Program, an experience which reflected the true meaning of people helping people. The Library of Congress, national stimulus to American creativity, found a counterpart in our own hard-working Arts Commission, and Bell's Bureau of the Budget mer fts marsh In the dex' Standing: John Manners, Peter Resnick, Trearurerg Dan Goldstein, Alan Ryan, jim Shane, terous monetary manipulations of the Newton Jack Watts, Vice President, Richard Osofsky, Fred Sadow. High Finance Commission. The Activities Com- mission, like JFK's corps of special assistants, kept the calendar unclogged and promoted smooth ad- ministration. The moral to these comparisons is, in truth, a very serious one. America's schools have tradition- ally served as training grounds for citizenship. Thomas jefferson wrote that they "would help in the diffusion of knowledge" and, thereby, promote intelligent citizenship. Newton High Schools Stu- dent Government played a valuable part in training good citizens by offering us "practical knowledge R M of democracy."" 5. Q, fs Seated: Richard Salter, President, Karen Stone, Lisa Lavely, Anne Mooreg Mr. Stevens. 'NHS Constitution HU. S. Constitution "Democracy if the most demanding of all formx of government in terms of the en- i ergy, imagination and public Jpirit required of the individual." George C. Marshall i just as America takes pride in her public- spirited citizens who answer to a call of need, Newton High is grateful to the thirty executive board members of the Rally Committee and its one hundred workers, who responded to the call for school spirit. The Rally Committee had a unique recipe for brewing an active school spirit. Required ingredients: A concern for NHS' ath- letic reputation, some enthusiasm, and strong lungs. Directions: ll Sprinkle ingredients lavishly among the Rally Committee members 25 As- semble twice a month to plan the rallies and half-time activities 39 Seat these lively stu- dents in 11 cheering section 47 Heat the stu- dent body to the temperature of a high fer- vor. Desired result: A football stadium filled with school spirit. Firrt row: Sherry Lookner, Gail Genovese, Susan Shapiro, Sharron Bloom, Pam Gordon, Judy Dietz, David Kallock, Diane Housepian, Pattie Hern, Khalida Matin. Second row: Lisa Lavely, Ginny Lockwood, Posie Ford, Martha Ham, Helen St. Clair, Anne Moore, Janet Roser, Fran Nesson. Third row: Carol Bilezikian, jill Spencer, Lucinda Long, Sandy White, Linda Sundin, Carol Devine, Debbie Louis, janet Cohen. Fourth row: Kathy Grow, Sue Monahan, Liz Lyons, Barbara Chabot, Sue Haven, Pat Meehan, Lisa Benson. giftb row: Annette Hartbower, Sheryl Rosoff, Carol Andelman, Nancy Acheson, Elaine 1 va. PUBLICATIONS BOARD tlIIIIllIIIIIIlIf' H SK Seated: Mr. Rossi, Mrs. Hogan, Miss Leathers, Miss Lanigan, Mr. Mechem, Mr. Warshaw. Standing: Beverly Snyder, Ann Kahalas, Elaine Panagopoulos, Robert Master, S. Ira Gross- man, Jerry Oppenheim, Judy Lambert, jane Berezin. "In Arnericn, the Prerident reignr for four years, and journalism govern! forever and ever." Oscar Wilde "Journalism governs forever and ever," but who governs journalism? The Newton High School Publications Board, of course. This board, composed of five tactful students and five equally tactful teachers, had the difficult and touchy task of selecting an editor and business manager for this Csuperbb yearbook, selecting an editor for the Orange Book, and diplomatically making criti- cisms and comments on all school publications. CWe wonder what they'll think of this write- up...l. ELECTION COMMITTEE "AJ long as I count the zfotey, wlmt are you going to do about it?" William M. Tweed Chances are you don't want to do anything about it because the Election Committee did such a splendid job this year in promoting the demo- cratic process at Newton High. The committee was composed of two representatives from each house and Tech High. It ran all school elections, arranged assemblies where candidates spoke, saw to it that all campaigns were fairly conducted, printed, passed out, collected, and counted ballots, and Q "fi 'F9W"IQraphed and distributed fifty-word statemw I In of the eager office-seekers. Dont be stu, B '-fi xi year some of thes hard- working commiuttf . C ters ,ire shouting political speeches themselves! Front row: Tom Weiskelg Dan Goldstein, cbairmang Marty Wolfson, Dave Klotzle. Second row: Tom Hayden, Peter Seidel, Lee Wermang Dave McCann. 1 XX L' I c X. x 4 MXQ X fw ff fypireq L f V Y T' 1 v JJ, ? f K QV ff 5 TIXNQJ 'C Sf? fi yi ,f - V QL Q 1 , v jxf , J U wx w ,51 QQ, 4 'P' FL ,MJ f .xxx O, jf N Y 5 'YJJEV 2 Ff XY-xg? J' K .. L CX, w ' K' ,fi X i? -, '1 mf Q , . A " G wi J' L HW vw Ky X? A kip V J, 4 X x if .Q W 5 5 i J A Y , QC? Ce tj fb S' ' x 5 QL W fx xx y N xp! Wx xv ! 179 f1' CRCHESIS Kneeling: Leni White, Ellen Goldsmith, Barbara Slernfeld, Diane Kagan, Penny Bogen, Ronnie Sullivan, Barbara Beckwith, Patty Hern, Pam Gordon, joan Shriber. Standing: Susan Campbell, Laura Cerf, Peggy Funk, Gloria Sotir, Betsy Levin, Paula Weinberg, Betsy Gesmer, Mrs. DeBryn. ". . . the variety of expression which will sustain oar American faith." john F. Kennedy The President's words have often been reflected in the actions of his wife, Mrs. Jacqueline Ken- nedy, patron of the arts. Were Mrs. Kennedy to have visited Newton, she would have undoubtedly been delighted with Orchesis, the Newton High dance group. The twenty-one girls in the organi- zation, working in both classical ballet and modern dance forms, were interested in expression through movement. The more advanced dancers also ex- perimented with choreography. Orchesis staunchly supported Mrs. Kennedys firm belief in individ- ualism and self-expression. AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE "We have learned to he citizens of the world, rnernhers of the hnrnan coinnzanityf' Franklin Delano Roosevelt FDR spoke these words after the Second Wforld War when we in the U.S. were just be- ginning to realize that in the Twentieth Century we are members of a world-wide human commu- nity, not just of an isolated nation. The American Field Service, a high school exchange program, is trying to improve world peace and understanding on a personal level by bringing foreign students to live and study in America by sending American students abroad. This years foreign students at Newton High School 'irf he Khrilida Matin from Pakistan and Kurt iiqzrsy 11 Firm Denmark. Living with New- ton familu. - ' ,wg at the high school, Kurt and Khalidti if I American ways, culture, ideals, and goals lin, it -is, in turn, about their countries and culture. Seated: Sue Benoit, Ginny Hagelstein, Lee Werman, Nanci Blake, Khalida Matin, Debby Wheelock, Mimi Calk, Ellen Berger. Standing: Carol XVelz, Judy Lambert, Diane Hunter, Smily Taplin, Jim Shane, Kathy Broderick, Donna Derick, Bernadette Mazzola, Patricia Needle, Mr. Gaudet. I 180 fnyf, , - RIFLE CLUB W gf FI x, 1 if I .1 - ' I s.' V I 1 ' , " lj' I. to iff I Q- I, Q' 'I 1 5 it -' H i 5, 'W 1 st -f if ' I nk X Mr. Lent: Adviror, W. Asaff, R. Boudrot, P. Brown, T. Brown, D. Bickford, A. Clardy, J. Dealy, R. Demarco, B. Fane, K. Ford, S. Finn, R. Jackson, C. Jones, M. Margolis, H. Masters, L. Meyer, S. Miller, G. Herlihy, J. Nolan, S. Patriaca, B Pollack, A. Sampson, E. Skin, D. Smith, L. Smith, D. Rodenhiser, P. Sorkin, P. Wade. "D0n't fire until you .ree the whiter of their eyerf' W'iIliam Prefcott Now ol' Bill Presc'tt had a passel o' talent, he did, to work that day up on the Hill 'gainst the redcoats. An' shootin's a mi-ighty fine pastime even without wars an' troubles. Now Dan'l Boone, fr'instance, shot his way to glory 'gainst bars and the like, or Carson and Buffalo Bill 'gainst the Big Critters. It's good-yes, mi-ighty good for th' sp'rit ta' see today's young'uns lar'nin ta' shoot. They'll sure 'nuf know how ta' control that breath- in', hold an' squeeze 'em off. Yuy! Them's got tharselves a f-i-ne organeezation thar' at the Armory with Mister Lent. Sure 'nuf! INTERNATIONAL CLUB "Peace, commerce and honert friendfhip with all." Thomas Jefferson If Khrushchev rattles his missiles, a new Afri- can nation revolts, or a Portuguese pirate steals a ship, you can be certain the people who get most excited will be the members of the International Club. This alert group of world-minded N.H.S. citizens met once a month to discuss global prob- lems, or to view films and listen to speakers from other lands, such as November's visitor from Ghana. The high point of the International Club year was the Model United Nations held in Montclair, New Jersey. Nine members of the club repre- sented the delegation from Ghana in an exciting three days of heated discussion and debate. First Row: Khalida Matin, Vice Prefident: Miriam Calk, Treasurer, Diane Hunter, Secre- aryg jerry Oppenheim. Second Row: Ginny Haglestein, Judy Dietz, Eva Mittleman, David Kupferman. Third Row: Philip Gilman, Paul DeRensis, Emily Tapin, Maura Mclxlinmon. Mining: Marsha Katz, Preridenlg Diane Banquet, Vice Prerident. 181 First row: Paul Hartford, Roger Singer, Carl Berkowitz, Joan Aronberg, Dick Milesky, Miss Eberhart. Second row: Mr. Foster, Bob Shaw, Gary Rowe, Fred Barrows, Charlie Tower, Charles Miller. "I got ii million of 'em!" Jimmy Durante Although they could not quite echo jimmy Durante's words, members of the Stamp Club had a very successful year. They discussed their hobby and displayed, among themselves, the contents of their private stamp collections. The club also pro- moted the ideal of a well-informed citizen. Since each nation has its own approach in designing stamps, stamps reflect the customs, geography, his- tory, and propaganda of respective countries. By studying a nation's stamps, club members acquired an insight into the nations themselves. Among the club's other activities was a tour of a U.S. Post Office and lectures by several guest speakers. FOLK SINGING CLUB . . There nlwnyf, dlllfdyf .vometloing 5ing.r." Ralph Waldo Emerson Better watch out for old Clementine. She'll be coming round the mountain at 90 m.p,h. when she learns she's missed a chance to join the Newton High Folk Singing Club, newly formed this year. Under the leadership of students and guest artists, the club met in various commons rooms. It often seemed as though every folksinger had answered the call in the bulletin-every folksinger, that is, but Pete Seeger and john Baez. Even these cele- brities would have enjoyed the meetings where everyone sang "john Henry" and "Michael Row the Fmt .f3.shrire," whether they knew how to or not. it 1 part of our heritage, and we hope that ll continue to practice their guitars or bait., imc members of the Folk Singing Club. pr -L- if V juuu---I' 5 4 3 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA . I ' .I I I "A teacher affects eternzty . . ." I I 'VII Henry Adams I 1' 2 if H ,' . I' si Thirty Newton High students actively mani- 1 I II 'l- I .. ' t fested their interest in elementary and secondary education through the Future Teachers of America If Club. Experienced teachers such as Beals' House- master, Richard Adams, addressed the group. The students visited local elementary schools where they glimpsed the trials and rewards awaiting them in the future. They also heard college repre- sentatives outline the specialized education courses offered in many universities. There is only one Horace Mann or James Co- nant in American history, but if Newton's Future Teachers Club encouraged even one student to enter the profession, it was quite enough. Any good educator "affects eternity." Seated: Phyllis Weinstat, Gail Eagerman, Joyce Alban, Fran Nesson, Jane Snyder, Linda Shapiro, Mrs. Boston, Mary Avery. Standing: Noreen DeVito, Joan Shriber, Alice Macy- cove, Linda White, Pat Harney, Laura Cerf, Lucille Kumstis, Fran Atkinson, Joan Lenox, Arlene Rosendorf, Sheila Korinow, Judi Bodkin, Harriet Tessler, Beth Alexander. TUTORIALS "So I my, yer, there are new fronlierr, new frontierf here . . ." Richard Nixon A little bit of the Square came to NHS this year when volunteer Harvard-style Tu- torials were organized by Beals' Housemaster, Richard Adams, Messrs. Hollman, Martin, Jacobs, and our principal, Mr. Mechem. One group took "Man and Society" for its theme and digested some Salinger, Eliot, Plato, and Huxley. A second Tutorial read poetry. Perhaps it was the Peace Corps' experiment that prompted a third group to read "The Ugly American," "The Ambassadors," and other books reflecting the problems of Americans abroad. Mr. Mechem, speaking of his group's activities, said that American sociological, eco- nomic and historical problems had been considered in a "philosophical perspective". These words give us hope for the potential dimensions of all Newton High education. Indeed, the Tutorials developed, literary taste, improved faculty-student relations, and established the principle that serious thought about American problems and politics is within the capacity of Newton High School students. 185 I .II We + he lt .F ,s 'II' jlhi SAILING CLUB .41 Front Row: Mary Jane Steeves, Sigrid Nickelsen, Linda Harrer, Boby Lee Lever, Ellen Stuart, Susan Books, Pat Hamill, Joyce Spitz. Middle Row: Wensley, Lisa Benson, Elaine Silver, Vickey Grady, Mary-Eliza McDaniel, Rosemary Ford, Sharon Copenhagen. Back Row: Mr. Rothman, Paul Fleischer, Jim Dealy, Harry Hardy, Henry Fradkin, Connie Muther, Neal Epstein, Bob Brown, Michael Finn, Marvin Covitz, Stuart Books, John Foster, Peter Bloom, Larry Smith, Michael Demeo, Don Hayden, Roger Matthews. "For messages I use Western Union," Howard Goldstein Had a member of the NHS Radio Club been in Boston in 1775, Paul Revere would probably have remained an obscure silversmith with no need to make any midnight ride, and Longfellow would have written a poem to the midnight Radio Ham who sounded the alarm. However, aside from the fact that the club failed to sound any alarms even in 1962, it did make use of the airwaves. The call of the wireless was generally wild. No set rules or regular hr, v ming hours dampened the hams' ardor, and signs. -.fig out to Europe, Africa, and even the Pacific. R Martha Anne Steinman, Ellen Robert McCarthy, Lee Restall, ADIC CLUB "D0n't give np the ship!" Captain james Lawrence "Don't give up the shipl' '... Even when you don't have one! With this idea in mind, the forty members of the Sailing Club waited out the snowy winter months in busy activity. True to the demo- cratic tradition, they organized into groups in which those who knew how to sail taught those who wanted to learn. Even so, thoughts often turned to the quiet solitude of a softly ruflied sea, the rhythmic swaying of a sailboat. Finally, after the long months of planning, studying, and hop- ing, the enthusiastic sailors got their ships. On the first breezy day in spring, they hoisted sails and plunged into the world of wind and wave. Phil Gilman, Chauncey Chu, Dan O'Brien, Tom Whitehouse, Mr. Cionti. 184 - "Keep That Schoolgirl Complexion." Palmolive Soap Motto As members of the Leader Corps, Newton High School girls had the opportunity both to get rosy cheeks and to do a service for their school. They helped gym teachers by taking attendance and leading their fellow classmates in vigorous sports and exercises. They also collected, checked, and accounted for the condition of equipment at the end of each class. Dressed in white blouses and shorts, these girls personified efficiency and the healthy American schoolgirl. CHESS -fr ,M.,.,,., GIRLS' LEADERS CORPS Sharon Ryder, Beverly Huston, Carolyn Carder, Nancy Schiller, Diane Currens, Marcia Lippsett, Rosemary Ford, Barbara Antonelli, Jill Marcus, Margaret Funk, Helen St. Clair, Victoria Tom, Pamela Powers, Marilee Wyman, Nancy Otis, Linda Stepper, Joanne Greenberg, Judy Lee, Debbie Wheelock, Kathleen Deffly, Diane Hunter, Ellen Kates, Debbie Feinberg, Ellen Franklin, Barbara Hicks, Bar- bara Chabot, Ruth Indursky, Nancy Ferris, Mari-Anne Olvet, Joyce Alban, Diane Fisher, Virginia Hagelstein, Judy Lambert, Charlotte Marson, Kathie Sisson, Bernadetta Mazzola, Carolyn Sylvester, Donna Derick, Annette Kasabian, Nancy Rowland: Maureen Grant, Virginia Green, Meredith How- ard, Joan Shasnoff, Betsey Levin, Monica Meyer, Carol Ross, Mary Ellen Andrick, Anne Barry, Tina Currens, Carolyn Hills, Sue Schreter, Sandy Tallo, Nanci Blake, Janet Merrill, Mary Lou Chretein, Marilyn Firger, Janet Shapiro, Bev Townsend, Sue Alperin, Louise Naterman, Dorothy Reilly, Linda Duchin, Sunny Gratto, Pam Huberman, Lynn Ware, Judy Dietz, Marsha Katz, Judy Simonds, Joan Thormann, Sue Anderson, Linda Hern, Lee Werman, Roberta Flowers, Karen Man- ners, Phyllis Matgil, Eda Pettit, Nancy Wise, Lissa Hickey, Barbara Sellers, Susan Tepper, Marcia French, Marie Russo, Carol Angoff, Jane Carmen, Margie Flowers, Kay Towerl CLUB "After yon have exhausted what there is in hasiness, politics, conviviality, and so on T' EJ - I -have foantl that none finally satisfy, or QU permanently wear-what remains. Walt Whitman Why do people play games? Why, in particu- lar, did the members of the Chess Club spend so many hours in the walled-off section of the cafe- teria or in tournaments with other schools ma- neuvering little oddly shaped hgures around a square board we know so well should be used only for checkers? Maybe they were trying to destroy the checker industry. Perhaps they had nothing better to do, or perhaps they were seeking a world more ordered than our own . . . Irwin Firger, Dick Mansfield, Gerry Palmer, Bob Biederman, Bill Horner, Mr. Austin, Jane Jordan, Wesley Restall Jr. 185 CUTING CLUB ist l af?- '15 Firrt Row: Kay Tower, Lou Chretian, Linda Hem, janet Roser. Second Row: Ronlna Gilman, Pam Gordon, Patty Hern, Beverly Cogan, Debby Fineberg. Third Row: Martha Steinman, Lisa Benson, Trudy Wishnow, Elaine Silvers, Mary Ellen Wamblot. Fourth Row: Mary Eliza McDaniel Vicki Tom, Diane4Fisher, Linda Stepper, Annette Direco, Mimi.Calk. Fifth Row: Nancy Clifford, Janette Scandale, Helen St. Clair, Mary Proia, Carol Proia, Monica Myers. "Done with indoor complaints, lihrarier, qneraloar criticifrns, strong and content I travel the open road." Walt Whitman Though Walt Whitman wrote at the turn of the century, he seems to have captured the spirit of the thirty-seven girls in Newton High's Outing Club. This club did not exist to broaden the stu- dent intellectually, it was just for fun. Through a series of well-planned outings, the girls temporar- ily abandoned the pressures of academic life to hearken to President Kennedys cry for physical fitness. The highlight of the year's program was a very successful ski trip to Peterborough, New Hampshire. The girls also went swimming, horse- back riding, mountain climbing and canoeing. ASTRCDNGMY CLUB "Beautiful dreamer, wake unto me, l Starlight and dewdrop are waiting for thee." Stephen Foster "- C It's night. He stops the car facing the full moon. The girl at his side is bathed in soft, golden l moonlight. He looks questioningly into her eyes. She nods, and he reaches out his hand to grasp . . . the telescope. This is a typical night out for the members of the Newton High School Astronomy Club. Participants in this serious society of starry- eyed astronomers occasionally took off enough ' time to turn their gaze from the heavens to books l A about this sulfur system. And what a blast they had in the nicwnq W 'if Celebrate Americas first orbit- ing of an astronat i J ' flit stars almost fell out of their sockets . . . J l Xi Q ' 4 , X Neal Epstein, Richard Kimball, Marshall Finkel, Robert Yukes, David A. Berman, Robert Rosenbaum. 186 "It if not surgery that kill! people, it if delayed Jnrgeryf' Dr. William Mayo The other day, nervously preparing for a test, I accidentally sharpened my finger instead of a pencil. NVith a shriek of agony I ran to the near- est member of the Caduceans Club, who pulled me into a room filled with kindly, smiling faces which looked on sympathetically as my finger was smoth- ered in a gauzy bandage. This compassionate do- nation of free medical treatment was only one of the Caduceans' many activities, which this year included visiting hospitals and nursing homes, viewing films, and hearing lectures on many differ- ent facets of the medical profession. In our dedi- cated Newton High School Caduceans we see a promising future for American Medicine. Kneeling: Robert Yukes, Paul Muther, Mark Winkeller, Alan Cohen, Marty Wolfson, Ken Berk, Sandy Pratt, john Kwitkor, Danny Goldstein, Dave Katseff. Standing: Dick Kates, Don Rossman, Bob Cohen, Kal Sinofsky, jan Volk, Bob Bullock, Stewart Gopen, Harry Hardy, Charley Norris, Cornelius Allen. Seated : Deborah Fineberg, Janet Nichols, Connie Pleuler, Marylou Woods, Ellen Kates, Carol Bilezikian, Carol Welz. Standing: Carolyn Irish, janet Cohen, Dorothy Ippolito, Joan Flagg, Judith Cossaboom, Mary Brodrick, Janet Keegan, Rosemary Smith, Linda "The world if ez fine place . . ." Ernest Hemingway By serving their school and community, mem- bers of the Newton High School Key Club de- veloped a strong sense of civic-mindedness. The club was open to high school boys and was spon- sored by the school in cooperation with the New- ton Kiwanis Club. Among its many activities were the distribution of Christmas baskets to needy fam- ilies and the preparation of a gay Christmas party for children who would not have had one other- wise. Thus club members experienced the satis- faction that came with working together and help- ing others. if s X I .p Q, " I TIGER '-.il i up K A. t 'gl' ix K- ,ITT W--N vw... A N I '. . Yr , lkilwiy' "--.:.:. ,i . . . . ,, I 51,2-4' gm ' Notlazng great was ezfer acfazeved wztbout entbmmsm. .ff :ff f f 1 x ,. ,rv z .- J, iq! an lit if .K 4, ' .K 17? .YE-3.7 il av H4 5'--1---1... Ralph Waldo Emerson During our three years at NHS we heard much about school spirit. The pros and cons and hows and whys were examined and re- examined in the Newtonite. But, as Emerson asserts, the key to the matter is enthusiasm. The awesome task of generating enthusiasm at NHS this year rested largely on the shoulders of David Kallock, our Tiger. We think he succeeded. The picture of Dave, head in hand, jumping up and down on the Elm Road balcony of Building III, leading "Stand up and Cheer for Newton Men!" has been in- delibly imprinted on our minds. Dave "Tiger" Kallock AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE Two American Field Service fund-raising assemblies, held in February, included interviews with exchange students, and folksing- ing provided by a group of Newton High School guitarists. The goal: to raise enough money to bring two foreign students to NHS in 1962-63, and to send NHS students abroad. The weekend of November 10-12, fifty foreign students staying with families in Massachusetts converged on Newton to visit with Newton students anxious to meet contemporaries from all over the world. Everyone followed a tight schedule of fun and education. Friday night, a square dance was held at Newton South High. Sat- urday, sightseeing was the order of the day. A supper party ended the festivitiesg and the guests left, tired but happy, all having made a valuable investment in world friendship. The Newton High School AFS group sponsored two visiting ' png AFS'ers from metropolitan Boston to spend a day in I the day, they attended classes, in the evening, they joined Ili 1 :tudents in a dinner followed by a theatre trip. 188 Our exchange Jtudentr: Jung Ja Choi, Korea, Kurt Rang strup, Denmarlag Khalida Matin, Pakirtan. - History Lives ll C EF i n How Tiilio Gei:?o2oll34? e o r C093 - A out M Eamoaov' D Joumq I 'Sm aid More GX BY ALFRED E. NEUMAN , 6 ,e- EQ ff? 4 leffv 1- finio' "Uv 'cbd' Of, 4 . OU s 7 - 3' fl' can f T A "'fF'Q:"f55 'Sir If wsfh 'ke 50" v My '95 G wi. n.u. 0 Ybuv, Smois Dhus X O se SCY100 5V 09 In ' N6lYf Q6 gorv on High 42 L ,ws .CURE A d Kllali weIC0m 0,6-"" 0 0 xs'h:i:' Dlfifli? incision da and Ifllfl fie'::s'XoV'e I: . - an owner o 9 S' Eli ReP"eSe::HS vocgobe u -1 Mo . JUUQI I . I E MAlLngn'a Kored, 'grae Tracksters End Thlrd U E73 SS 4 Champ Year, Hockey 0 Q . 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P71 -gs 4, '2- -'D s 1' . .. ..- ,. -I -.aw-5 -:gf-L Q Q iii- Q, f . A 1. 1 fy' . , f I 1 1 I Q af, F1 'M 230-133 41 "',,.P X. K.- , -M vgllifhii 'C' -S 'N MERICAN JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL 'fTyMt A ,QFD gf. a gy. .. 'V S ii: K ,xe -. 4 I "Dread fifty ahone more than hfty helowf' Robert Frost Robert Frost has cerated a most appropriate phrase to describe the members of the Ski Club. First, the club was so popular that in arranging trips, the planners dreaded fifty above more than fifty below the maximum number of skiers which they could accommodate. After anxiously awaiting a trip for several days, the members certainly had grounds to dread fifty above more than fifty below on the thermometer, hoping for cold weather to bring plenty of snow. When coarse and down right suicidal slopes were tackled by the upright but in- nocent skiers, it is easy to see why the adviser, Mr. . I 7 fr1'r E fifty above more than fifty be- low, but 1. the fifty who came remained fifty to go, I I til was great fun and exer- cise for all Newton ri 'fiki Club members. 192 "I enjoy life hecnure I am endlessly inter- eitetl in people and their growth." Pearl Buck Q: P-g'-M234 PQ:-BLAKE! 'iN1f'42-f'99f4'7'E"A 'J' , The American junior Red Cross Council taught Newton High students to focus their attention on others. The twenty members of the Council spent V their spare time in numerous community projects. 2 ' They compiled a "Fun Book" and donated it to the Crippled Childrens Hospital. They also conducted a delightful Sunday Coffee Hour at a Veterans Hospital. At the request of the League of Red Cross Societies, club members outfitted in Ameri- can dress a doll to be exhibited in the Far East. These civic-minded students also took charge of the blood mobile canteen and arranged transporta- P tion for the donors. Newton High School is con- cerned with and interested in these people who, themselves, were concerned with and "interested in people and their growth." 1- SKI CLUB : 9 Sip Firrt Row: Sue Marks, Holly Wilder Secretary Renie Kay, Prexident Phil Kay, Vice Prefident Peter Sidel, Marjorie Flowers, Nancy Wise. Second Row: Jenifer Burns, Phil Falkoff, Chris Zimrner, Dick Quinn, julian Goodrich, Tom Hayden, Brian Rohsenow, Norman Posner, Linda Hern, Wakely Purple. Third Row: john Hayden, Buzzy Zarling, Nowell Bloomenthal, Kay Tower, Connie Muther, Larry Kornfield, Dick Metcalf, jeff Muther, Steve Steinberg, Bruce Jones. Fourth Row: Mr. Rist, Paul Muther. N H SIN SUNG 3 . s 10" ."., 1. . ,v efiiii. y1'r , ,.., i T? Hi' ,nf "The Maestro" , ,T ,, f'q,'-f""., 1 There is Nothing Like a Dame cg gQ .Zta '1- "With a Little Bit of Luck" ' "The Old Grey Mare Ain't What She Used to Be' "Let's Twist Again" 5 s 'I L 'ii F W . .-. ,, ..-.v. .. 5' I 'Yi-N 'S 'ff'-R' I -Y' 5 1 ,1"' , NTC' ,' 'J' -' ,R Y T- .,, . , '85 an n .ah uflf, ar' X AWW -75' 33 is---L K. - x 1 I i Q u 0 , 1, ,X N si . Fr I I . Q ii i. A X . . 'iglx . .HL S X' ,f Ahnvrtiavmrnta kv.: . . 2-.,: v L! V .,3AE.- . 1 X b -..Y K , -15' , . H A - ,,:.5- :WAT : NEWTON HIGH SCHOOL AND THE CLASS OE 1962 SALUTE THE BUSINESSMEN AND FRIENDS OE THE 1962 NEWTONIAN Alvord Pharmacy Amendola Fuel Corporation T. XV. Anderson, Jewelers Atwoods Camera Shop Auburndale Co-operative Bank Baigels by Eagerman Baigel Center Beacon and Wfalnut Service Station Beacon Wtiyside Shops Bermar Teen Types Bigelow Cleaners Boulevard Pharmacy Bram's Inc. john T. Burns Co. Chandler's Hardware Chasson's Cleansers Circle Oil Co.,- Inc Clay Chevrolet Thomas V. Cleveland Cleveland Circle Auto School Community Barber Shop W. j. Connell Co. Kenneth Crosby Co. Crowleys Office Supplies Curtis-Newton Co. Dick's Gulf Service Station Distinctive Hair Fashions Dubois Oil Co., Inc. Eastmans Flowers Eastover Roy S. Edwards Lumber Prince Elameer Thomas Fazio Laboratories Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Feinberg Fisher Lawn Mower Service Fox Drug Store Fred V. Fowler Co. Alfred E. Fuller Insurance Agency it- fl: wwladrome Garden 1 utgtion Co, Garden City AA.. Greenfields Arthur T. Gregorian Grounds Equipment Co., Inc. 207 208 209 209 202 209 208 205 212 211 210 208 212 207 210 211 212 212 209 209 210 204 208 212 206 210 211 212 212 211 206 210 209 210 207 212 209 210 202 205 205 207 206 211 Halewood's Pharmacy Hammond Furniture Hendricken Brothers Hickox Secretarial School Highland Restaurant Howard Johnsons-Route 128, Newton Lower Falls Hub Mail Advertising Service, Inc. Hugo Pontiac, Inc. Iota Phi Sorority-Alpha Chapter jawyn Club of Newton Ken Kaye Krafts Co. Kennedys Kenney Business Service Lasell Service Center Lee Elliott's Lewis-Placements Lucille's Hair Design Wfilla Mae Mandells Martins Barber Shop Leon H. Mayer Midnite Foods Monticello Restaurant New England Telephone and Telegraph Co. News Tribune Newton Centre ESSO Newton Corner Service Center Newton Potters Supply, lnc. Newton's Newtonville Sunoco Newtonville Television Co. Okemo Cake Kitchen T. O'Toole 8: Sons, Inc. Paramount Theatre-Newton Park Street Gulf Luther Paul Co. joe Pessin, Inc. Polagruto's Shoe Repairing Purdy Photographers Purity Foods Queen Cleansers Raytheon Co. Republic Co., Inc., The Salon Dica 212 211 208 205 212 209 204 209 208 205 207 201 212 209 210 212 210 211 206 209 211 204 212 214 201 211 210 208 209 211 210 207 213 211 209 206 204 212 198 212 210 199 205 210 Sandler of Boston 1 203 Martin Tormey ESSO 209 Saro Beauty Salon 209 Towne Restaurant 21 1 Ellen Saver V 210 Trojan Club of Brookline 200 Seeley Brothers . , 210 Tux Shop, The 206 Seltzer's Garden City 211 Valles Steak House 207 Sid's Formel Wear 205 Varsity Grille 208 Spiegel's , W1,1 208 Waban Gift and Yarn Shop 211 Star Market Co. , M 203 Waban Hardware 210 Stetson Window Corporation V, 201 Wal-Lex Recreation Center 206 Stowe - Woodward, Inc. H 200 Walnut Delicatessen 207 Swartz Hardware Co. yyybvq 211 West Newton Auto Body 206 Sweetheart Paper Products Co., Inc , 205 West Newton Co-Operative Bank 202 Tip Top Cleansers 8: Drapery Service .C 209 Richard White Sons, Inc. 205 Tony's Italian Villa Vqcvu 211 Sherwin Williams Co. t 212 THEODORE SCHELL, Adverliring Editor Newto rzrille Bzzrirzefr Center "Why it's the Model T Ford made the trouble, made the people want to go wanna git wanna git wanna git up and go . . . who's gonna patronize the little bitty two-by-four kinda store anymore?" What change will the Toll Road bring? 197 EC E E E Z E 2 5 E 5 E ,S 00' f0w-av '-0"'0'f-01 NEW ENGLANDS FOREMOST PHOTOGRAPHERS '0N0"0"01102 0K0N0"0N0f'-0Y0ff0N0510f'0' 'A' 367 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS 'A' O P N H S 3 C 1962 9 2 xwweawavvawwwvacawvaocamwemaeaeaomwwvfeawvaeatmawwwwwawwwag 198 it . , l Z Af:' GASEOUS LASER RADAR SYSTEMS awed HAWK MISSILES MICROWAVE TV RELAYS Tomorrow's electronics is Raytheon's business today! 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Evenings I 34 DUNSTAN STREET v 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. WEST NEWTON MASS. 5 Phone LA 7-0459 ' "Sl Years of Friendly Efficient Service" Good luck to the graduating class of 1962! Fuel Oils-Oil Burners-Coal 85 Coke MANDELL'S Distinctive Mens Wear LUTHER PAUL CQMPANY For your formal functions- Visit Our Modern Rental Department 81 UNION STREET NEWTONVILLE NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. LAsell 7--6940 Telephone: Blgelow 4-0590 . Compliments of -ees-Ea-Eff L M CURTIS-NEWTON 29 CRAFTS STREET COMPANY NEWTONVILLE 60, MASS. Telephone: LAsell 7-5500 206 Q35 5 S S 5 5 3 9 S 0 E 5 9 S E 5 E 9 5 5 S 6 6 9 5 9 5 5 5 5 6 9 9 5 5 5 5 5 401' '01' 391' ALVORD PHARMACY C Z' Carl H. and John C. Alvord Omplmem Of Reg. Pharmacists VALLE'S STEAK HOUSE 105 UNION STREET 300 BOYLSTON STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. CHESTNUT HILL Phone: Blgelow 4-0760 ELIPSE - "W0rld'.r Bert Lawn Mower" KEN.KAYE KRAFTS CQ. Established 20 Years 'A' Art 85 Handicraft Supplies for Home, Class 31 Drama. FISHER I-AWN MOWER 'A' Newton's franchised Science Materials 6 SERVICE CO. Center. E DECMM 2-0764 867 WASHINGTON STREET NEWTONVILLE 60, MASS. ELM and BORDER STREETS WEST NEWTON BI 4-1953 LA 7-1206 JOHN T. BURNS CO. Cvmplimwff Of THOMAS M. DILLON, Manager GREENFlEl.D'S Modern Insurance for Home, Business and Individual 40 GLEN AVENUE NEWTONVILLE DEcatur 2-1840 NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. Since 1919 0-ke-W0 THE WALNUT DELICATESSEN 5 For the Cake Of the Party Fe,,m,j,Zg OKEMO CAKE KITCHEN Telephone LAsell 7-1862 841 BEACON STREET NEWTON CENTRE 59, MASS. Decorated Party Platters and Sandwich Trays Free Ertimalef Given 335 XVALNUT STREET NEWTONVILLE, MASSACHUSETTS 3 s Q Q 5 9 Q s s s s Q Q s s Q s Q s s s s s 105' 61105201 20' 012011-02' 61101 1-0202 10" 10" 10" 1-0" 00105 P, EQ G X0"0X0"0'w0"0N0'90X0K0fL0V0f'0's0vk7s01401'0K0's0fs0's01'-0501-0H050N0N02'0'f'-01'-0X05Q-'g'2" '47Y0N0x BAIGEL CENTRE Bei! Wiibey io llae Clair of 1962 Bakery of Decorative Party Pastriey IOTA PHI SORORITY 316 WALNUT STREET ALPHA CHAPTER NEWTON VILLE Complimentf of KENNETH CROSBY CO. AMENDOLA FUEL CORPORATION Inclusrrial Tools and Gages 2 5 155 BOYLSTON STREET AUBURNDALE 66. MASSACHUSETTS BROOKLINE, MASSACHUSETTS C0mPfimWff Of NEWTON POTTERS SUPPLY INC. Modeling and Ceramic Clays, Glazes, BQULEVARD IJHARMACY Tools, Electric Kilris, and Porters Wheels 96 RUMEGRD AVENUE 2090 COMMONWEALTH AVENUE WEST NEWTON 65, MASS, AUBURNDALE, MASS. TW 5-1200 Compliments of sy J A Z? VARSITY GRII.I.E en "C en 'M' 2197 coMMoNwEALTH AVENUE 5 BRIGHTON, MASS. JEWELERS - SILVERSMITHS AL 4,9347 ST 2-4055 N NEXVTON HIGHLANDS 61, MASS. ' fir We 25 'J.1,.u, LA Agfrsrzi or Ye, fines-r IN ony cl? ,Z . O64 4N,w 9 0 208 'JE S E 3 2 6 3 3 5 2 3 2 3 E E si f-05'-0161105 '01 10220f'0"1-01 10"0 -01' f0"'0" '-0" WVR?" 'V 'fl 'Y 'Y 'Q X6 --., -3-M, l it 1 I i P BAIGELS by EAGERMAN THOMAS V. CLEVELAND, Inc. R E A L T O R S The Newtons - Wellesley - Weston 405 Centre Street N 1150 Walnut Street ewton Blgelow 4-6920 Complimerztf of CLEVELAND CIRCLE AUTO SCHOOL 81 CLEVELAND CIRCLE TRAVEL AGENCY LA 7-3100 LO 6-8800 3 Compliment! of HUGO L. SEPARINI Hugo Pontiac, Inc. Newton Centre Complimentr of FRED V. FOWLER CO. 417 Lexington Street Auburndale, Mass. Complimentr of PARK STREET GULF STATION 11 Park Street Newton 58, Mass. Service to Humanity THOMAS FAZIO LABORATORIES S if the Bert Work of Life FOR THE BEST STYLING IN COLLEGE OR HIGH SCHOOL ...Vi5it... MARTIN'S BARBER SHOP Commonwealth Avenue at Lake Street Complimentr of HOWARD .IOHNSON'S Route 128, Newton Lower Falls NEWTON'S SMART FASHIONS 843 Beacon Street Newton Centre 59, Mass. Lasell 7-7400 Something from Your jeweler ir Alwayr Something Special T. W. ANDERSON JEWELERS 329 Auburn Street BI 4-1498 We Recommend HAMILTON WATCHES ATWOOD'S CAMERA SHOP 21 PELHAM STREET NEWTON CENTRE, MASS. LASELL SERVICE CENTRE TIRES GAS BATTERIES Walter McLean, Proprietor SARO FOR BEAUTY "The Ultimate in Styling" 515 WALNUT STREET N EWTON VILLE LA 7-9214-9559 Open Wednesday - Thursday - Friday Evenings Compliment! of Tip Top Cleansers 81 Drapery Service, Inc. 14 Centre Avenue Newton Corner DE 2-7448 Complimefztr of MARTIN TORMEY ESSO 15 Centre Avenue Newton Corner , S 6 5 E 9 6 5 6 S 6 S 5 5 5 5 S 9 9 5 9 5 5 I '-0140'110'1'0'2ff2"'6 '0161'0"'-01 01401 0vf0'f0'f 'ON-0'N0'1 0' -101 6"0"l0Y KGN05 X?- 9"10w 5 I I 3 I 3 S Q E 5 E lg l I J' -:?l?6fs?'?'01f7'01sQL7'01C7l?k9N74?6N011?61611701'01'7611?01' ALFRED E. FULLER INSURANCE AGENCY C0"7p!H'Ie7m of General lnrurunce QUEEN CLEANSERS 20 Austin St. Newtonville 60, Mass. Tel.: Bigelow 4-7304 J H CHANDLER sl SON, Inc. Tiref - Mobilgaf - Butterief HARDWARE - MNT, - HOUSEXVARES Newton CORNER slskvlcs CENTER 796 Beacon Street Newton Centre, Mass. 221 Washington St' BOB TIMMERIVIAN, Prop. Tel. Blgelow 4-4000 Accessories Road Service WABAN HARDWARE 1641 Beacon St., Waban, Mass. Newfonville Television 8i Record Co. 321 Walnut Street, Newtonville HARDXVARE - PAINTS - OILS Garden Supplier, Kitclaenwure, Hourelyold Sundrief Guitarf - Bongo! - Complete Record Selection Te1.BIge1OW 4-4566 HAVE YOU NOTICED THE NEW FORMAL WEAR DEPT. LEE ELLIOT'S Featuring the Latest Fashions in Men'J Formal Attire - For Hire - For Sale BIGELOW CLEANERS 217 Sumner St., Newton Centre 91 Harvard St. Brookline "DIAL OUR NAME" At Coolidge Corner LO 6-9144 DICK'S GULF SERVICE Complzmemj Of Xvashington and Putnam Streets West Newton LA 7-8364 MR. AND Mas. Ancl-uBALo FEINBERG 2 RICHARD PARTRIDGE Complimentr of Compliments of EI-I-EN SAVET LUCILLE'S - HAIR DESIGN And A 630 Commonwealth Avenue Newton Center FRIEND Blgelow 4-1035 Compliment! of SEELEY BRQS. SALON DICA WHALEN 8: RICHARDSON, INC., Successors 16 Austin Street Upbolrtererr-Muttrerr Maker: Reptzzrzng - Refznzfhzng Newtonville, Mass. Antique Furniture Reftored COMMUNITY BARBER SHOP PRINCE ELAMEER 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 .62 10161101101 '01 61101101 1-01 JNJN01' '01' '-01' '01 i 2 621 Centre Street OVERCOATS - SLACKS - TOPCOATS - SKIRTS NGWIOH C0mCf Curtom Tailoring of Ludief' and Men'J Clotbef ' I7 with Profetfiorml Service Suits to Qrdei - Repairing PLN- lf' TRUNDLE, Pf0P- 92 Harvard Ave., Allston ST. 2-3093 S 210 X 0'0" l00'0K0f'-0N0N02'02'-0K0'5'0H40P'-0'220N0'-0N0K01 402'-022-QQ-01 201102201 201'-011051-02'-0 X U' cb X11 'Sn -Q5 3 '82 31 4-1 'Q N4 fb .Nm gm S5 S RIO' 5-4 PS1 .fb UI E uw 1' Z n :+-I 42. me It-n Bw WZ 'HS P us E O Z uw fazwwfh-05-4 X -'01 f'0"0Y 9 51 75 K, E Q 57 E in gg Q' S cz 8 P E 3 D 5 ' D' D m P 2 gn IT! T 3 Q R W 2 f 5 2 3, 4 22 is 5 O O F1 5 Q3 Z NQ 2 Q N if 2 T2 'rr' -I1 Z 5 2? gg ,., 503553 a EQ QM-zs QSS5 SEE 5.25, QS Q N Q! -I Iv s D' M s 2 O Q Pm- DP 2 U. H G U1 AC Q T I D- : S- C E SQ b U F2 Q I Ni 3 F5 P D' 'U P' G g -. fb ,-, N. N. N. va r' D Z S QQ Z 2 S X. 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Silver Cup Competition 332-334 Watertown Street Newton, Massachusetts 1267 W ht glue Rlbbofl WIDE? N 65 M 5 Phone: LASeu 7-2310 as ington t. LASeu 7-7116 . ewton , ass. Q COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF 1962! 9 Compliment! of 2 HIGHLAND RESTAURANT . CLAY CHEVROLET 5 55 Lincoln Street Newton Highlands X , 431 Washington Street Newton Corner "Featuring Home Cooked Foodf' 5 Complimentr of EASTMAN'S FLOWERS 2 PURITY FOOD STORE 340-342 Walnut Street Newtonville, Mass. 5 335 Auburn St. Auburnclale 66, Mass. QUALITY AND SERVICE SINCE 1934 Dictation - Mimeograplaing - Typing BRAM'S, ll1C. Notary Public Battery and Tire Service KENNEY BUSINESS SERVICE Goodyear Tire! - Exide Batteriey 339 Auburn St. Auburndale 66, Mass. BI 4,3030 252 Walnut Street Newtonville 60, Mass. MONTICELLO RESTAURANT Ben Wifbef fmm CAESAR TAMAGNO, Owner and Manager CIRCLE OIL COMPANY, Inc. Route 9-COpposite Shoppers' Worldh 60 L U S A b d 1 66 M Ll . . Telephone Tmnity 2-3569 exington t u urn ae , ass Framingham, Massachusetts DECHf11fff 2-1327 Nezctorzk Color and Decorating Center BEACON WAYSIDE SHOPS' Inc' THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS co 1296 Centre Street Newton Centre ' LA ll 7-1773 DE 2-4530 331 E --ptn Street Newtonville Se Ciltur V p I Broadloomt - Carpetr - Linoleum LA 1 We Dew' Afpbalt Tile - Rubber Tile S 'w9747'0'N?'7'0f6V0X0wL0Y7'004?4?C?47'7'0417276N75'C?l?27C?Q0Y x 212 T. O'Toole 81 Sons, one of the first printers in the nation to pro- duce yearbooks by offset, bring to f you progressive ideas tempered by experience and a reputation for L painstaking workmanship. Per- ' sonal service to advise you on: Gd l-eww 0 Yearbook Production 0 Themes 7 0 Layout 0 Use of Color 0 Fitting Copy b k 0 Line Drawings 1 5 0 Advertising P 0 Proof Reading V, 0 Photography 0 Production 0 Personal Service At All Times 1 1 l Y I' C IC- gh I 5 . l 1 t. 0'io0le G sons builds cz new plant to aid you t.. o'too1e 65 sons, inc. Main Office and Factory Tel. TEmple 8-4761-62 Keeler Avenue, South Norwalk, Connecticut Tel. New York City 1NIF5f' 5-4112 I 52 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 'S' N-1 ? i - A If money be the root of all evil, the 1962 New- tonian is proud to present the two most evil members of the advertising staff, Gail Eagerman, and Kenneth Ku- disch. .f""'- Timid, curious, frightened faces, Hands clutching tan brief cases, Limited knowledge is not binding, New experiences await the finding. Enthusiasm and library passes, Crazy lectures, dull speech classes, Cafeteria, gym, tunnels, fourth floor, Teachers whom we just adore. sophomore junior prom, parties and dances, IBM tests, SAT second chances, Projects, reports, term papers to write, Due the next day so we stay up all night. Depth, understanding, philosophy talks, World situation, long, thoughtful walks, Collapse into bed at a quarter past one Thinking of God and the homework undone. junior Seniors proudly present their play, Wear dirty sweatshirts on Senior Slob Day. Almost overcome with too much advice Simple conclusion: No college is nice. SAT's, boards, worry, and wait, Then we get into college and everythings great Gayly signing pages in countless yearbooks, Nostalgically giving long final looks. Sighing over what was missed and now lost, In turmoil and lack of purpose are tossed. Finally saying our last good-byes, College now attracts our eyes. Looking forward with hesitation To a wonderful, happy-sad graduation. senior - t. o'toole az. sons fllCOI'j707'I1fCd Offsvf printvrs and Iaimlcrs' sirzu' 1891 ffvcfvz' 11L'c'111w - 5011111 I10I'lL'llHi, Conn. i F 1 I I 5 L X r I 1 1 , l I N 1 4 . .I 1 1 u f V 0 5, W I Q 3 N N N W ! ir ,ll 1 i 4 a , I 5, I, il uJ K 4 3 ,, 1 1 4 . ' 1 N N i I


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