Newton Junior College - Yearbook (Newton, MA)

 - Class of 1962

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1 x - ,lr ,. .N J-Hr . 161 F, A' "I 1: H6555 Q ff X76 QVQQ Pf6'!f7A7A!7U!V DAY W You little rascalsl Parting is such sweet sorrow. Patiently awaiting. live forgotten my name! Smile when you say that! Officer Krupke 2 . . . but we're two cents short. TABLE OE CONTENTS SECTION PAG I DEDICATION 4 II ADMINISTRATION 6 III ACTIVITIES I4 IV SPORTS 56 V NURSING 42 VI NIGI-IT SCHOOL 46 VII MISCELLANEOUS MISCHIEE 50 VIII CANDID CAMERA 58 IX GRADUATES 62 X ADVERTISEMENTS 88 In awareness of her intellect, kindness and gracious influence, In appreciation of her friendliness and sincere interest in each one of us, In tribute to her continual service for Newton Iunior College and for us, We dedicate the 1962 Reflector to Mrs. Selma F. Stonberg. 4 .SW Mrs. Selma F. Stonberg MY STUDENTS NEED MEI WM IN! RETIRUN 0w'sQf6 prix mm Charles W. Dudley Director The Reflector is a mirror of the past-a retro- spective image of a year gone by. And its proc- ess, reflection, is a poignant and nostalgic after- glance-a contemplative rendezvous with events now history. But reflection is a thing of paradox and contrast. It is at once a frivolous pastime of a dream-mind and a serious and exacting mo- ment of accounting and truth. It is a simple and innocuous end in itself and it is the well-spring of a thousand future thoughts. It is a fragile fragment of a pleasant interlude and it is the sternly cruel reminder of mislaid intent. It is the soporiiic drug of camplacency and the virile thrust of plan and program. Reflection, further to observe, is not the prop- erty alone of the individual. It is an exercise of institutions as well. They have their moments of reminiscent woolgathering and of painful self- assessment. They too cast backward glances on tribulation and triumph and indulge in deep soul-searching, as many a human would. They too are lulled by the sweet dreams of apathy and are yet fired by the white heat of zeal and desire. But, in common, the two-individual and in- stitution-have the incomparable advantage of prohting by reflection, of learning from and building on the foundations of the past. And thus it is that Newton Junior College and all its inhabitants -- students, staff, and faculty - may seize on this moment to reflect on events of the year and contemplate the promise of a lifetime to come. As an institution the College, in the months past, has undergone trial and travail-has been put to the test of endurance. But in this Crucible of crisis its worth and vitality have come nearer to being proved and established Without ques- tion. Its stature has been upward extended, its horizons infinitely enlarged, and its climate enor- mously enriched. This being so, the College can now with considerable pride reflect on a year which, though threaded with problems, has wit- nessed significant growth and accomplishment. As individuals each of us during the year has been companion to a sometimes exasperating but very often exciting experience of contest and change wherein the friction of obstacle and challenge, far from eroding, may very well have enhanced our growing-may have moved us measurably toward a life of greater meaning and fulfillment. So, then, as we read and scan the pages of the Reflector that follow, by all means let us indulge our memories for the pleasure they may bring, but let us look upon them also-as the College itself most certainly will-as reminders of things Worthwhile yet to be done and heights of ex- cellence yet to be reached. Reflect if we will, but aspire we must. Dean Charles D. Merrill Dean John H. Flynn Dean of the College Dean of Student Personnel Dean Dorothy S. Wadman Dean of Women ,MXYWIXWAXWI X Ar? will Ex if Harvey Poock Ioan Bishop Manager of Services and Bursar Registrar 9 J Mabel F. Greeley Librarian ff 9. 7 I . .,., . ' 'is , 1 ' Q X 55... ' f ..... fgqgy , . ,,,, Virginia O. Allen Nursing 'WY 42 i f l.-'1'i? A :Ji EJ J gg. ng r "KJ gf Martha H. Bliss Fine Arts 1546711 W Francesco Argento Dora E. Baker Spanish Anne K. Collins Nursing Science i 7 4' -- 5-if JM . .... , . .... AZAA x..,.. . 7 . M . ..... 6 GE' ,,..,. 1 ,-'71 ef Y, 'V if I f' . . f . X , A , 1,4 X ' 5 fast ' f' f 1, .. , ' at -' AQ I ' 2 S ff 5 ww 2,1 are - 'C 'Q , If Q ' ' i f fe ' Rf, - ss: , 5' s 'lf' iw 'K ' T. Ierome Cutting English Parker I. Dexter Alfred T. Hoose Robert I. Hybels Social Studies Music Social Studies 10 Carson Iohnson Leo P. judge Ioan D. Lewis Psychology Business Nursing Jessie Mansbach George Martins Mildred E. Poli Robert C. Senior English Science Nursing Social Studies Selma F. Stonberg Richard Wertz George W. Winter English Philosophy English 11 Je ah 1' sr ' 2 i Q ff , A-ffz' 5 , 2 LS 23 , 32 WYQEWQYQ Qfgwmmf s Q ' we Q Wiwwz 7 2 Q ,J X25 X QWfQ'J2"wffwi ,www 1-.2 iw Q g,x,2zMcf' fa:5' ,- ,tiff gi- iw X 'awww Qemf' M :Q Mug xswv m s 'f ,sgpffw ,, 1 1 M ' ,, ,, A " i -L , AM f 5 2, if SQ X 29 ' . W SQ ' 2 , v 'Y vw, ' 0 P5 fu? if . G yfw .-" aw, K :f-4 i ix: ii . J? A , 3. A " Q 9?Qf.,fp q M ' my wrjw ? f ,M ZZ :- I,ve got rhythm. Wa Mx V .,., . My Come right in. .pw- V J' 1.54 + f ,ff v 4 r ,, Jwlve Q, 4 .A ,.f,fg-su" Incognito 4 1 -.own ,-'CJ' 7 ?-5 ' 7 ,. :fl . -. 1 R. Vim, Vigor, and Vitality 12 I'1l take the high road and you'11 Af fflff Q'-wuz No! It's not the green sheet! He now says "Ca, Gaf' I ain't gonna tell ya! N 13 Oh rea1ly?!! You wouldn't dare! Amy NEW COSSQP XPLAN AI-:EA 4, Amy ou: , GOSSIPP f THHVIKJ 0 X 1 5 -Z ,., I - -?:y -Y..... ...- , .T fr' EXX . l -21- 4 ,il--li Lil.-i 14 ,Q X "' v,ff,6 .Y I X ,f , ,,,, J' 1' UUDV 7' 6'0!!1V6'!Z ,dm The purpose of the Student Council is to provide a medium for communication and cooperation be- tween the college authorities and the student body. Eugene Richard President These functions are carried out by presenting the policies and program of the administration and trans- mitting the opinions and Wishes of the students. Marilyn Spano Duane Sams Secretary Vice-President 16 Row 1: Marilyn Spano, Eugene Richard, Duane Sams, Douglas Howard. Row 2: Masterson, Richard Green Frederick Alexson. Iames - : r 1 No! I'm not. Are you kidding? 17 H005 !'JUfV!'!Z Row 1: Mary Blackwell, Claudette Sookian, Karen Ma- gee, Joan LeBrun, Sherry Ballu, Janet Feiner, Janet McLean, Eleanor Crosby, Anita Tapper, Janet DiCicco. Row 2: Albert Kassatly, Glenn Forman, Joan Buirkhart, Leslie Ectman, Robert Marcell, Beverly Back, Audrey Tavanis, Sue Westcott, Stephen Schawbel. Row 3: Ar- thur Shuman, Donald Beader, Ann Kuperman, Berna- dette DiCarlo, Sharon Snow, Mary Liz Fair, Judy KW! Bromilow, Joyce Wolman, Joel Cohn, Matthew Needle, Robert Panella, Bernard Thomas, Roger Sparks, Donald Kula, Gerald Simon. Row 4: Richard Green, Richard Appleton, Barry Park, Benson Walen, Paul Bowler, Philip F eldberg, Lloyd David, Clinton Knight, Fredrick Alex- son, Norman Yanco, Roger Barmash, Burton Dickey, Thomas Hills, Stanton Tobias, Kenneth Starr. The House Council is organized to promote and maintain a functional, orderly environment for student welfare and for the comfort and con- venience of visitors to Newton Junior College. t The Council is subdivided into three standing ,K committees to facilitate its effectiveness in carry- . f 1 r .M f ing out its responsibilities. Audrey Tavanis President Now children . . .! .M A Wwgk .,.,.,w 1 ? ?"g ,,,,.-Q-"""?' 1 ,Q ya-3 tw e " A I1 1 The nerve of her! . Any further questions? Row 1: Leslie Ectman, Sharon Snow, Bernadette DiCarlo, Beverly Back, Robert Marcell, Audrey Tavanis, Ianet McLean. Row 2: Susan Cordon, Claudette Soo- kian, Mary Blackwell, Iudith Bromilow, Anita Tapper, Elinor Crosby, Janet Feiner, Susanne Westcott. How 3: Gerald Simon, Lloyd Davis, Clinton Knight, Norman Yanco, Fredrick Alexson, Roger Barmash. M25 '0 ' ys1' 4 ,wi 'ef' WW , f .L Ar Robert Marcell Chairman xii' QW ,f f W .. f:Lff2l3"' l 1 fall 7 I kg WZ 2 fxx Q L. V X KAW 1 .t.r:,sf':rf-ar. 1,.f1,-'- " , if g h 12:-aw,-ga,iaz,,1, nf , V, 'Qtr Q- 1, f , V vjzfi P 5,5555 , ,. x ' wg W 1, , H t , 714' ' Effgfff 1. g. , f , In , f 4, 1 ,LZWL 1 W1 if vt ,rmsif . Ha - ' L, f 6'0fP!Z4!!fY !Wf7f7!f0'f The Hospitality Committee was organized to represent the student body at open house and all formal welcom- ing functions at the college. This is done by serving refreshments, guiding guests on tours, and providing the necessary liaison between the faculty and student body. ff f S 3 X n la l '33, Donit ask me, I'm lost too. 20 Beverly Back Vice-Chairman The English Office is in the basement, isn't it? ef? 'ff ,ik f Another dime down the drain. X X 2 M Q ,, N59 -New , Audrey Tavanis Chairman ZWfV6'f 6Wf7!7!ffff l How 1: Ann Kuperman, Richard Appleton, Benson Whalen, Audrey Tavanis, Albert Kassatly, Matthew Needle, Joyce Wolman. Row 2: Fredrick Alexson, George Stach, Bemard Thomas, Clinton Knight, Philip F eldberg, Joel Cohn, Ronald Rubin. 21 H4IfWfV6' Mf7!7!!7ff Row 1: Ben Whalen, Glenn Forman, Steve Schawbel, Barry Park, Norman Yanco, Philip Feldberg, Kenneth Starr. Row 2: Richard Wolfson, Stanton Tobias, Donald Beader, Arthur Shuman, Richard Green, Clinton Knight, Burton Dickey, Joel Cohn, Gerald Simon. The purpose of the Parking Committee is to provide for orderly parking in the College parking area and to supervise this function in accordance with the city and college traffic regu- lations. Norman Yanco Barry Park Chairman Chairman 2 2 - A... mvvww-l 4423 'ff 1 ru 447 fin- Q ifdffwub-mlm? fi E, " W - -.r Jann rg I 5 Xa.- 1-Asif .. 1,-, aww 4' M, ' JI afufffnn' '- W Y54f?!00K J!71ff Ianet Feiner Editor-in-Chief va ww Joyce Wolman Paul Gaudette Beth Klass Editorial Editor Business Manager Art Editor Irving Winograd Gerald Siglon Photography Editor Representative to 24 the Student Council How 1: Irving Winograd, Joyce Wolman, Beth Klass, Ianet Feiner, Gerald Simon, Paul Gaudette, Robert Tinch. How 2: Leslie Ectman. Row 3: James Masterson, Robert Martin, Richard Burrette, Arthur Shuman, Gregory Chester, Philip Feldberg, Barry Park. Proof reading. I Wonder if . . .P F-1-'dmizalwr ,J jerry and friends. Anthony Cerreta Editor Stanton Tobias Business Manager Gail Wasserman Secretary Aff WJ' 1014059 J'i4ff As a means of communication, our newspaper has a responsibility to all members of the college community. To meet this responsibility, We have tried to present information about the status of the college, the academic, social, and athletic functions, and the ideas of the students. We have attempted to fulfill this function will continue to do so. Row 1: Margaret Noviello, Mary jane Bothfeld, Gail Wasserman, Anthony Cerreta, Stanton Tobias, Ann Kuperman, Katherine Paradiso. Row 2: Ronald Rubin, Stephen Berkowitz, James Masterson, Ianet DiCicco, Matthew Needle, George Stack. ,X I Q Every little bit counts! 27 Here we go again. DRAMA 62019 Freddy Alexson President The Drama Club, with the very able assistance of Dean Wasman, provided a means of expression for the theatrically oriented members of the student body by presenting two delight- ful one-act plays for the enjoy- ment of the entire college com- munity. Beth Klass Secretary Glenn Forman Representative to Student Council Row 1: Janet Feiner, Sue Westcott, Gail Wax, Glenn Forman, Freddy Alexson, Beth Klass, Diane Katseff, Leslie Ectman. Row 2: Jean MacMillan, Jerry Simon, Andrea Carmichael, Ioyce Wolman, Al Kassatly, Katherine Holzman, Barbara Colvin, Ronald Carney, Claudette Sookian. 28 Y 7' '55 it k HOW now brown cow Share and share al1keV 29 Wx NO ff! .W,'X'm- if 1 , Q is Af V1 . , xx 15, 122 2 .w -dh, "f if WW W x f ,- WW ,ff XX ff w, , w W, f,f,, Donald Kula Chairman A W ,L MIM! MIM X. s-, 4? if fmwxx-4, f f V, f, W 7- f 5 23,-J , jf' ? f Z f f f Iudith Bromilow Secretary Row 1: Bemadette DiCarlo, Thomas Hills, Lloyd David, Donald Kula, Judith Bromilow, Paul Bowler, Karen Magee. Row 2: Sharon Snow, Mary-Liz Fair, Richard Appleton, Bernard Thomas, Albert Kassatly, Robert Panella, Janet Di- Cicco, Ioan Burkard. Let's Twist. 1 'ws Tea for Two, Four, Six. Row 1: Eleanor Willis, Mary Elizabeth Fair. Row 2: Allan Epstein, Elden Gray. The Handbook is to be a publica- tion for all students at Newton Junior College and is for their use in answer- ing questions concerning school pol- icy and student activities. It is being designed to inform the students of their role in the college and to help them in adjusting to college life. MIVIIUJK Ji!7!7!fEf Em. Yakkity Yak" You must be joking. 9306000 lv 36-24-36, over and out! OFFICERS Robert Marchese President David Pierce Vice-President George Bollweg Treasurer Audrey Tavanis Secretary Amateur radio is a hobby designed to the interest of any individual in gain- ing personal skill in the art of elec- tronics. It also gives the amateur opera- tor a chance to communicate with peo- ple all over the World. This hobby has fulfilled its purpose by helping people in distress, sending radio-grams, relay- ing messages, and in time to come aid- ing interplanetary communication. 164010 CIW Thank you, Mars. But think of the fun! Work and pleasure go together Row 1: Claudette Sookian, Ioan LeBrun, Sherry Ballou, Janet DiCicco, Andrea Carmichael, Leslie Ectman. Row 2: Jean MacMillan, Karen Magee, Ioan Buirkhart, Barbara Colvin, Diane Katsell. Row 1: George Pappas, Robert Bornstein, Jack Neville. Row 2: Roger Sparkes, Russell Veduccio, Peter Ingham. P :Q 1 i"'Q Cobble-di-goock iw 1 Peace and quiet? 35 x N A - 2 ' ,... ,li Z- ' :- -, -1.1-'Q :- ' I ' "' X ,Q ,- l .f- S-. a x.- ..-- TS - -:gi E. 4 ': :i ,: 5 gi! 7 - ..f2 ' -' 55 A 4 ff- 5:1 R EE ' iii -b 5 ...." ,..-f .-. .,--:"- - x F-f , 1 Y ,ii E ,911 - . f . R, tl ' ' ull A 1 . - ' Tx -i SQJWJ f476'Zf7!!'f N .4 ...: 5 320 W G36 f 'M' ' N x W Jhxx 59-fa1,.,?51-541:11 A V my A 5' ,lf kj .Ni ,Xx. I f ,,., X ,,,, 2 , E1 625 Zz 'w 5 N 1 fb X X 1 4 11 ' v i' 'Q D QW W, f ,N jf f ff 4 if fm Q ,,, K5 ff' A 5' A! Q X, , NX.. f Y? Z f f 4 fy f K f X , , ff ff 1, I f ,M ,, Q s Sa f 5 f X xx I X X .l lt xx CD X Mwwim N, ix 2 z XX N 38 MQW' 'V IW? m-..,, W , YP Q 6',4J'1Yff!AlZ Row 1: Theodore Tanner, Theodore Kolow. Row 2: Robert Vaughan, Mi chael Mancuse, Michael McCormick, Albert Kassatly, Thomas Collins. ZHffI!f,40ff?.f Row 1: Janet Sline, Diane Daner, Penelope Schofield, Sharon Snow, Sheila Purilicato, Bernadette DiCarlo, Leslie Ectman. Ally-oop! Hello up there. I , That,ll be enough. When the C355 away , , , I carted when I should have Wheeled. li E X f'X 'rs-Eze A VQQTQR f :X WN 6 SHE 1? I DOSE. Z L B i 1 ? 1-1 it 5 aj, Z? - --:I'.."'.--- '52 1-11--' W C"".-,,1 42 flvgsxnc if Q 546 QL NURSERY g '57 W 26 W il Y .. ,,?W,Q,,,?? 'Q ,f,, 7 'I WWW N WN H f iff X 5 1 Q92 , dh.-Q-, Y W ' 1 V4 0,49 '21 ' ' Q R WM , Q f' 6 ,. , Q 7. wa , R 9' 215' ,-,-l . "" " s Z' 2 T5 2- ' -X.. ik 'LX L ., -S .f-iii 7224? Z -- Y :gf I 1 -ur-1+ ?.-- I-ff 1, 1 ?, f ,,?T fl- . " ' ,., -1, ,f .hi ,f1 - - ,- ,-,, Y ii xx ! ,-'fi - , ?' A ,,,, f-.-5:"'.-- ,fl -337.- i ""' ",,,.-f-i, gl"- ,,,.- -fil- ,,,.f-, if ...f- '. J if f,-1: ,fi ,,, ,,4vf I- I f A -zi- i' ' K -- '.,' - f ' ' .4 v T 1-fx 54,00 L Boy, are my hands chapped! It,s better than I planned! I . wa Better late than never! 1W6'!!f IWW ! 1 Whew! What an exam! 48 Community sing! ol FS? . . .but sirl? x 5 I 3 S 9 Good to the very last drop. I could use a Bufferin! N-1-P "Abra Kadabra -r',-,,, ',,,.... , 3 ,E -gi K -, i uQ x i --T- i G-OQFED SOMEONE MIIB 846' 060 of WZ f Hxf F Bev 81 Bob Marcell Cindy 81 Irv Sandy 81 Barry Mr. 81 Mrs. Robert H. Wadman Stanton Tobias Mary Michele Morgan Janet 81 Jerry Corn Beef King The Feiner Family Sue 81 "Tv Gail 81 Arthur Bikofsky For Insurance The Gaudet Family 51 ei f9'f M994 2' e z S 3 4 2 gl!! lil!!! S!! 12 4 ffamwwu-gy df 'fmlwii Is anybody home? Study! Study! Study?? li ei ? L si 5 Jlafiffi Hey fellas!! C223 7 , E, N x MXN N.. ff Now Where did I put that? 52 Will 5 o'c1ock ever come? if 355-I PM i?Z QEf HM, Mi fi S 5 5 E 3 ? 5 , . .AAA 3 , ' ' J 3: .' vzrfzszfyg Q" Q' 'mf 77 N1 M, A - mmm hnuw.. Anyone for a c1garette9 :AU ws' "The Th1nker" Eff MMV62' Solitude is Where you End it. Squares of the round table Off with his head! if ill!! Does "Mummy" know you smoke? 54 "Gesundheit"!! - 7-0 - . Disgusted! Bet ya didn,t know that?! MWRK gflkifi QU ni' 'lx m'fx, alla? i Hi I pledge allegiance . . . , A S -uk -:TA - I -5 1 '- , X N A -5 1 l 4 -i ! I Are you serious? 55 It could almost be a useance ! I This must be the Way. x 11 AM Sing along with Mitch. Thatis enough shakin' to mix cocktails Darling, your foot is on my toe. 56 Sweet Nothings. 06WU'!7Z4J' l!!7!l!ifV .E V , as - a X, ' 2 5 And a good time was had by all. No dear, you lead. Oh, to be young again 'csv Here - it's free. 3-2- A ,1- ,:-.1 L f ,:,-" .ff- f iff" "" .i-fr ,.,-J-:vs -51f1f . iff-' .1 ? .1i -...- .,.1 ' fi' S ,-,.- 3. -,i -1- -. .iT . 4-I - 7 -- l ,l1 -1" 1?- .i,.i.. ,-,l - + H D910 Q KRH fn C HUP two three four! Thought it was pretty good myself. . J, , . .my Two eggs, one cup sugar, and . . . AND, ERR, WELL, AH . . . I don't know myself. Don't stop, I love it! F 2 . 2, Z For people who like people . . . Listen, We,V9 gOt to make this good. av' fe' f,, fi :fi I 1 is Excuse our backs. It,s mine now, Norm. 60 gg. .gif Oh! Is that what it is? Which one has the 'Toni,? You must be kidding. May the best man win. Now, no mistakes! Late, but beautiful. And let it be said that . . . Geronimo 1 f' 5 Stonberg It's great signing Without paying. Is my Tuesday longer than my Monday? TWO BEES ocz, 5, NOT Tvxfo E355 ' i-- i A :if ff g' ' 1 fi: ,-sr gui 1' 1 ,- ,-"' ,,f' ,- lf -1- f .-.6"""' ' -Q ,i- 242- 'JI' ' 5- 2' ,- f' f ... ,.,- , .f- l 1.-rf-' ...- 32 ww aw I .--?T ,212- ,,..-Q .ff l- .,, "'.I.'.. ' Li- : ", I W I w SE NA My :YP Us XM x Z,. ....?-,tl--f gm X , ":."- QHQQUHX 55 Marilyn Achorn 66 Clinton Street Newton Highlands, Mass. Frederick Alexson 4 Baldwin Street Newton, Mass. Iohn C. Alberto 36 Central Avenue Newtonville, Mass. Richard N. Appleton 213 E. Central Street Natick, Mass. X ,V ,X Beverly Kay Back 51 Whitney Road Newtonville, Mass. V i v Richard T. Barrette 285 Franklin Street Newton, Mass. Thomas A. Bankman 167 Parmenter Road West Newton, Mass. Linda Bergsman 29 Grove Street Auhurndale, Mass. N-O 2 -lil? Stephen Berkowitz 12 Alban Road VVahan, Mass. F, Edwin Blinn Barry S. Berman 26 Barbara Road West Newton, Mass George Bollweg 1 Standish Lane Winchester, Mass. 15 Oakmont Road Newton Center, Mass. Mary jane Bothfeld Woodland Street Sherborn, Mass. Q, , ,, x 33,2 ? Judith A. Bromilow 1062 Boylston Street Newton Highlands, Mass 7 ,M f 0 I gi , f William Paul Bowler 48 Hundreds Road Wellesley, Mass. muffin Edward I. Cain 143 Baldwin Avenue fffiir? Framingham, Mass. Gilbert E. Capone 346 High street Dedham, Mass. Gregory G. Chester 46 Washington Park Newtonville, Mass. Stuart D. Chase 418 Worcester Street Wellesley Hills, Mass. Massoumeh H. Chirazi 151 Stanton Avenue Newton, Mass. , 'Ms 5 5 il. A 'm Barry M. Clayton 28 Bernard Road Wellesley Hills, Mass. Virginia E. Connor 29 Washington Park Newtonville, Mass. 1 69 Ioel D. Cohn 54 Washington Avenue Waltham, Mass. 'wmv' Elinor C. Crosby 64 St. Theresa Avenue West Roxbury, Mass. 415' id Q X Iohn A. Crowley 449 Walnut Avenue Iarnaica Plain, Mass. Lloyd W. David 179 Conant Road Weston, Mass. fl XX Diane L. Daner 120 Pleasant Street Brookline, Mass. Ronald P. Davis 93 Perry Street Brookline, Mass. Bernadette A. DiCarlo 220 Plymouth Road Newton, Mass. l Michael C. Donahue 52 Gage Street Needham, Mass. Burton A. Dickey 17 Franklin Hill Avenue Dorchester, Mass. APU" William K. Duffy 99 Fairway Drive West Newton, Mass. 2, ' , n Nil ik, .R ,,', .QUM.,,.,.v. SPM: K fag. 5 "" ffl ri. 's Leonard Elkins 3 Parmenter Terrace West Newton, Mass. Mary-Liz Fair 27 Newell Road Brookline, Mass. Robert G. Epstein 69 Selwyn Road Newton, Mass. S wig: ' ' 5 Janet G. F einer 17 Wales Street Dorchester, Mass. E Philip Feldberg 21 Franklin Place Revere, Mass. Glenn B. Forman 255 Parker Street Newton, Mass. Vincent R. Filosi 24 Joseph Street Medford, Mass. Paul F. Gladstone 27 Placid Road Newton, Mass. R W Helen D. C-owen 137 Wood End Road Newton Highlands, Mass. Clyde E. Grubbs 72 Huntington Avenue Boston, Mass. Qin W! Elden B. Gray 111 Barbara Road Waltham, Mass. 74, Iudith L. Hanlon 112 Burlington Street Woburn, Mass. Eleanor L. Heuloach 79 Rancllett Park West Newton, Mass. Lucy Woki Kago 415 Lowell Avenue Newtonville, Mass. if Patricia A. Iones 61 Page Road Newtonville, Mass Q TSW Albert R. Kassatly 64 Adamson Street Allston, Mass A-PKI" an ' ' r . 7 ' we airy- " W - -eg., -r-::,..,,'k4- gl f V mari wait X sw , , , . , ix, ,. N, as 3 ' Q , f.. Mona E. Kimball 403 Acton Road Chelmsford, Mass. 345 2, 1,3gwzyyfjgwf27?K"vfN'n1Wf7cW7"v Mwt' Swrygfffwxyem I f, 7 lk,, , A t t ' .W fr S Theodore E. Kolow 38 Jameson Road Newton, Mass. A Sanford G. Kovner Donald A. Kula 6 Lawrence Street Woburn, Mass. 34 Irving Street Newton Center, Mass. Kenneth J. Lappin 249 California Street Newton, Mass. Rosalind Liberace 8 Park Avenue Newton, Mass. WK WO! Ronald I. Leger 51 Underwood Avenue West Newton, Mass. , V Stanley I. Liner 214 Auburn Street Auburndale, Mass. t . If X, wg'77'V2Wfwm1 v, Q 4 , ASI, , ', lid Robert E. Marcell 31 Harold Terrace West Newton, Mass. Robert Martin Robert I. Marchese 15 Howard Street Newton, Mass. James T. P. Masterson 2 Chester Lane Waltham, Mass. 208 Woodward Street Waban, Mass. Mary M. Mlorgan 93 Strathrnore Road Brighton, Mass. NWFQ, Matthew 1. Needle 603 California Street Newton, Mass. John Wayne Murphy 55 Auburn Street West Newton, Mass. Margaret H. N oviello 264 Wachusett Street Jamaica Plain, Mass. KS is ? Margaret E. Olson 118 Clarence Street Everett, Mass. fa rr., Barry Park 300 Park Street West Roxbury, Mass. Robert B. Panella 34 Larchrnont Avenue Newton, Mass. Van Pennell 35 Calvin Road Newtonville, Mass. n A 1 i David R. Pierce 122 Barnard Road Watertown, Mass. Victor G. Reid 140 Dickerman Road Newton Highlands, Mass. Sheila R. Purificato 377 Green Street Brocton, Mass. X rf Q ff Q65 Q' ,, 'f fox. ff V, S f t 'K ' .2 Ie, J , , .fa ,HN Eugene W. Richards 18 Pierce Street Waltham, Mass. f"""'I ,f N4 W7 George I. Saef Christine P. Salvini 136 Austin Street Newtonville, Mass. 68 Ormond Street Mattapan, Mass. Stephen M. Sehawbel 27 Goodale Road Mattapan, Mass. Penelope L. Schofield 27 Rurnford Avenue Waltham, Mass. Louise D. Shea 299 Fellsway East Malden, Mass. Arthur Shuman 21 Hollywood Road West Roxbury, Mass Gerald Simon 17 Cote Drive Dover Point, N. H. Ianet E. Sline 395 Weston Road Wellesley, Mass. .cj 'N,.,. Sharon A. Snow 37 Main Street Nantucket Island GAQFA Kenneth E. Starr Marilyn A. Spano 31 Sargent Street Dorchester, Mass. Gerald Stern 54 Oxford Road Newton Center, Mass 37 Waldorf Road Newton, Mass. Edmund Studley 109 Vernon Street Newton, Mass. Audrey Tavanis 372 Lawrence Street Medford, Mass. Anita S. Tapper 2 Washburn Place Brookline, Mass. ,- Bernard F. Thomas 30 Abbott Street Newton, Mass. xx ' 85 rl-.gl Stanton W. Tobias 182 East Side Parkway Newton, Mass. H. Benson Walen 6 Floral Street William R. 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