Newton Junior College - Yearbook (Newton, MA)

 - Class of 1964

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'W if ' N T I96 H E R E F L Newton Junior College Newtonville, Mossochusetts ... .L . .r Q '- 1 4 C Some species of men, Looking out at the vibrant rhythm of the galaxies say, "Yes, it's true! Nothing is repeated. Change is allf' Others, Feeling the pulse of the World we live in say, "Yes, it's true! Everything fits into a never ending cycle But, Time flows past And we humans, clay based one and all, Can only surmise - touching the grass smelling the earth crying in pain 2 And sometimes nodding in compassion At the more desolate minds of hate and indifference. In this time and place we are in a position to thank What nurtures our minds and broadens our souls. We perceive the fullness of the Tree. In the past, visionaries conceived our seat of learning Which has since matured to fruition and affords us a fountainhead of knowledge To draw upon . . . 3 DEDIGHTIUH The academic year 1963-64 has heen a profoundly moving experience for students. In this year, we joined a grieving nation to mourn the tragic death of a nohle presidentg we watched as the state ahruptl y transferred the reigns of executive leadership and ri ghted itselfg we read the angry editorials which pointed to the hatred and prejudice which fester in our midstg we listened to the pleas for a re-assessment o f values and a new statement o f ideals and aspirations. We saw, heard, felt. And we thought. 4 Beliefs and convictions are not meaningless sentimentalityg the Brotherhood o f Man is not a visionary' s hopeless dreamy commitment and courage are not mere words used in hollow oratory the heroism and nohility o f the past are not fiction. We students of Newton junior C olle ge, now proudly wearing the mantle o f accreditation which was given to us this academic year, do therefore dedicate ourselves and our yearbook to those ideals which inspired the fnest in our nation and in our world. 5 ADMINISTRATION see our tree's trunk, weathered and firm structurally sound administering to substance and form, evenly distributing the powers of creativity and administration into a coherent work force . . . fm? Mr. Charles W. Dudley President 8 The Presidenfs Message This for Newton Junior College has truly been a year of achievement and distinction . . . a period of growth and accomplishment unmatched in its entire history. Recent months of intensive planning and unremitting effort have found their reward in institu- tional recognition . . . in accreditation by an agency of professional peers. The fact of accreditation is important to the College and its constituents beyond possible measure. Of this singular recognition the College and the community can be enormously proud. But perhaps a greater significance lies with the nature of the process itself based, as it was, on penetrating self-study and self-evaluation leading to institu- tional growth and improvement. The process was properly focused on high motives and sound purpose and was appropriately dominated by a search for excellence. It was as little as possible dissuaded by practical concession and compromise. It represented, among other things, a gratifying and productive unity of contributing parts usefully integrated in common cause. Further and wisely, the process was not regarded as terminal, but as a continuing and never-ending growth toward a perfection which seems always elusive but eternally worth the striving. Might not this same pattern of growth apply with equal validity to the lives of individuals? As you reflect on the pages that follow and savor of the memories they evoke, perhaps you may be persuaded to give thought to an assessment of your own plan for life and plot a course of growth based on noble objective and a life-long search for excellence. In this, I wish you "Godspeed". 9 -4""---vu-... Dr. Charles D. Merrill John H. Flynn Dean of the College Dean of Student! Ml Leo P. judge Harvey Poock Admirsiom Officer and Regiftmr Manager of Servicer and Buffer 10 Leah N. Knowlton Robert M. Savidge Advifer to Women Guidfmre Coumelor Mable. F. Greeley Selma F. Stonberg Lzbmrzan Public Relationf 11 FACULTY ff-1 , v , X . qu is A2 ture. 5 W , ,rw ,,, 1 V .N QI- ' ,mm W ,iid fy' iii ,.e:' e I i 'r Francesco Argento Foreign Language .Q-"K K Charles A. Belisle Science gf 75K ,. .fi X 'GW A, William Burns Mntlaenmticf Anne K. Collins Nurxin g Florence Coslow N urfin g 14 ...'!. Parker Dexter Social Stzzdief T. Jerome Cutting Englifh Dr. Emil Freniere Roberta Flexer Matbemalicr 15 H zzmavzitief George Hahn Science N X cfm ., ,X I M. .Q ,f 4' Q fn V ffm k 3512?-435 ff f .wx r. ff ,. , ,r ,gay Q 4 mi' S V' if U w f I 4 A :fr X we 'i yr A: s . -CST' Marshall D. Hastings Foreign Langzzagef Alfred T. Hoose Muxzc "NIV "9-vnu.-and Robert J. Hybels Social Sludief 585 Margo Lane Efzglifh Joan Lewls N urrin g 16 Dr. Robert C. Senior Social Studie! vera, 'Yin George Martms S cieme Stanley Schwartz Playfiml Educezlion Irro Stephanou N urrin g 5 John Ziegler Social Studief 17 -IW-. O yr sf +- 'hz' Q 'QW-4, 'MA X 41 gil , 6? me Af' at X " as 3 If N A A5 ,t Aww cf, ' I SCC tree's .. at .rg ix :Pawn i 'Neg STUDENT COUNCIL n 5 4 l Tv C? 3 Firft. Roux L-R: Robert Sherman, Preridentg Ronna Goldblatt, ReprerentuIi1fe,' Edward Vento, Vire Pl'6ifId67Il-T7'6L7,fZl1'?V,' Bark Rauf, Philip Yanco, RepreJenlalizfe,' Robert Caron, RepreJenmliz1e,' fmzunzgj-Nancy Osborn, SefreIm'y,' Nina Pastore, Reprefenmzliffe. 20 E , ia K, .,-, ,I X , g 'Q it 5 9 3 ? .,., , 1. .,M...-h ...i..s2 t f if , 1, "We don't know . . . he's been that way The speech isnt ibm' boring it s just that for days." his No Doz wore off Hear yea! Directing the restless dissident leaves Stands a council Benevolent and wise to the desires of the impetuous novice and the returning warrior. Softly now, the council guides the forces of creation Within the borders of 'activities' . . x "Oh, I d0I'1'f know . . . 'Howl' wasn't bad " . . . And with the rake oil' from the ski . . . but I've always been kind of partial to lodge we ll be get for life the Mother Goose Saga." 21 +5 HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE ii- ! fi 1' X V I? -t f a,..1 X I From Row, L-R: Lynne Brooksg Mary McCormack, Clvairmang Margaret Dowdg Mary Ellen Gannong Deborah Parsonsg Back Row, L-R: Robert Coheng Kent Johnsong Kenneth McD0nalclg Stephen Constance. . . And at formal functions to graciously introduce and warmly great visitors Awaits our welcoming committee able and alert To pass on the spirit and form of true hospitality . . . ig! fb ob L 1 Iv ,ft 'Y ,fvugkfibx . li? x 1 if ,f ,. "That's right ma'am . . . and with the flowers you Town meeting now in session . . . presently, con- get fifty green stamps." 22 cerned with the bowling lanes planned for College Hall. SOCIAL BGARD Front Row, L-R: Margaret Dowdg Lynne Brooksg Mary McCormackg Marsha Lemong Lois Marchandg Ellen Caruso. Burk Row, L-R: George Knappg George Pappasg Francis Gentileg Robert Coheng Kent johnsong Robert Levin, CZ7df7'77Illll,' Gerald Gladstoneg Stephen Constance-g Kenneth McDonaldg Stephen johnstong Earl Adamsg john Kelly. . . . Winter may freeze the outer bark Or numb for a moment the tree's inherent gaiety. But the fun continues inside with song and dance. ' Witness our salute to Autumn and our cotillion at Christmas. Fly down an icy limb on a ski weekend Or waltz at the Senior Prom. Ours is a happy tree And the Social Board Does its job well . . . W? w W E F S , ' fl i I 1 ll H li XMX A it "He's been this way ever since the biology marks Smile! You're on Password! . . . Wha? were posted." 23 THE REFLECTOR 1 :an i 'K 1 1 2 E l r i 4 wi r Vs A a "I know it's a long shot for the third race . . . but "We try to keep him in the lounge, but he gets out this system is perfect." every now and then." . . When the leaves are about To wander off on their own A report is compiled. While an indelible portrait of every fledging leaf accompanies the report There is more still to lift from its glossy pages. See Between the cover's facade and the last page's dedication An impression of the tree's very soul . . Hr 1 .E From Row, L-R: Burgess Needle, Literary Ediforq Kent johnsong Arthur Connolly, Edilorg George Pappas, Bumzefs ll'lll7.7d,Q87,' Richard Laurie, Photography Edilor. Bark Row, L-R: Forrest Mackg Stephen johnson, Charles Towerg Timothy Walshg Thomas Ciarloneg Brett Senzer. 24 N.J.C. NEWS I, l . uilmg I if Once in a while, even the editor smiles!" "When we can't keep him, he escapes to other publications !" . . . Along the xylem and phloem, definitive lines of communication, Flows a stream of news and notices, Gently guided by a single root certain leaves keep the media open and receptive . . . Fran! Row, L-R: Sumner Korinsg Robert Zakong Anne Ritcheyg Mr. Hastings Furulfy Adz'i5or,' Thomas Neville Bark Rau' LR Forre t M lc . , - : s ac 3 John Mclsaacg Larry Amesg Nlichael Rosenbaumg Brett Senzerg Bernard Vanariag Burgess Needleg Harry Bornstein. 25 is PARKING COMMITTEE From Row, L-R: Robert Coheng James McCarthyg Lynne Brooksg David Weinbergerg Stephen Constance. Bark Rauf, L-R: Edward Grant: Robert Venedamg Edward Trachtenbergg William Perryg Paul Caron: Jeffery Harrisg Bernard Vanariag Daniel Katzer: Stuart Seawardg Martin Ellison. . . At the light of dawn .X as the leaves unfurl Q gf A committe channels each leaf, i ' ii-if, 5 5 i'ii it each wandering bud, X , ------,x ' . " ,F X - 3'1'ia-i r I X ft 4' i ofa-re-'T' . r it f rf' , -11 7-1 H M 1 WA, 1 ' , , 5 x I., XR. me 'pw ,,.-., 2 i K -.1 R' If ' D 1' 4 4 Y if L 1 f I D. ra' , ,. e 3 H f . f ' X D Artagnon is in the Chevvy convertible 1 'Q i . ff N , . ', B s-, M Dk' , To a place u q 7 ,,. ' ' f' ja uniquely 1fS OWU , f- 'i'n.,,.""'T",:fi":::1f- . And strictly maintains '7fi d f h f order and peace . . . Sorry ma, but I 've warned you twice already." 26 ATHLETIC BOARD Front Row, L-R: Richard O'Gracly3 Larry Amesg Stephen Johnston. Bark Row, L-R: Stuart Seawarcl Russell Trager. . . . Strength . . . and ...Spirit... CHEERLEADERS L-R: Mary Ellen Gannong Jacqueline Carmichaelg Diane Hartman, Ctzpzairzg Marsha Lemong Lois Marchand. 27 DRAMA CLUB From Roux L-R: Jacqueline Carmichaelg Deborah Parsonsg Anne Ritcheyg Helen Livingstone. Back Rfiui, L-R: Burgess Needleg Vifilliam Donaldg Sumner Korinsg Richard Laurieg Timothy Walshg Stephen -Iohnstong Harry Bornsteing Charles Towerg Philip Yanco. wi if "If it wouldn't be too much trouble . . . would you mind looking at the printed page?" . . . There are those high among the branches who would imitate the speech and re-live the lives of others . . "Gillette . . . Pal . . . Schick . . . They're all the same to me." 28 So, you think you want to be an actor . . . . . . For thema wooden stage stands 7 and one may hear echoes of H Stratford-on-Avon or the Alleys of Paris or the murmur of Look Homewmfd, Angel . . . i i IAQ ? "Tra la la . . . Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf?' sl? A 5,355 my "Oh, that this all too sullied . . . solid . . . er, flesh? That's what you get for coming to the dance stag GLEE CLUB Fr . , 1 e ora Parsons, Bark Row, L-Rf George Toscag Paul Carong Richard Geagang Harry Bornsteing john Hickey. Ollf Roux L-R: Ellen Caruso' Lois Marchand' Marsha Lemon D b h ..Song... and . . Service . . LIBRARY SERVICES CGMMITTEE ri I Y g V F? 5 1 i 1 , :i i 1 l l l , 3 , 'lv' X l Fran! Row, L-R: Rose Bonica' Margaret Dowd' Claire O'Neil Ba le R L , , . r ow, -R: George Toscag Richard Geagang Stuart Seawardg Stephen Constance. 30 BASKETBALL . . . In glory and strength and discipline stand the sportsmen, Seeking not only to honor the few by victory, but seeking to aid in the tensile strength of a whole tree . . . Tl? 2 x l Franz Row, L-R: Gary Keilg Gerald Gladstoneg Robert Leving Edward Pleulerg Robert Pentz. Bark Row, L-R: Stephen johnstong Kent johnsong Bruce McKenzieg Larry Ames, Mfzmzger. 31 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE - 1963-64 NEWTON JUNIOR COLLEGE Dale College November 21 L,L, I 1. EMERSON November 26 BRYANT AND STRATTON November 27 . r...,.. . CALVIN COOLIDGE December 4 .1 CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL December 5 ,L , I 1, QUINCY JUNIOR December 11 CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL December 12 .1 ,,,,, .,,rr., BURDETT January 3 L MASS. COLLEGE OF ART January 7 NEW HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE January 10 BRYANT AND STRATTON February 2 L . I 2 QUINCY JUNIOR February 4 CHAMBERLAYNE JUNIOR February 7 ,. u,., , ,, ,L I EMERSON February 11 CALVIN COOLIDGE February 12 NEW HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE February 19 .I .1 Lcycu I BURDETT February 21 MASS. COLLEGE OF ART 32 f"f ff I 6- F -f f al-' g Mt' A 1 5 vc? f , ,. , i . a ii . ' ' V 1 NV? 1 n..:.,..,.- . iii bw- 3 "I know we lost . . . but that's still no reason for him to hide our clothes." Is that how we're doing it now . . . one ball for each side? ? ? ? A good shot but it is going the wrong way through the basket! Well, anyone can dive into a wet sponge the jim! ' 'rr time . REFLECTIGNS -1, ,. UMW fwhnwm. A fvlfhr . J, ' fp .vmgiff A , . :ww-iv , ', , f , Ji N vw ., X , ig, wt , - 1, . . 'ww . q ,, vfzss:,M,..,45 3"ff?B2iZ'?siix5?5og: ,ff 'Tw f 5' 'Y' ffl-af' gg? - ,Mi Mg' .. Y' xv' 4. x,1f'..,:gf- ff? - " ' ,H , Q- ., VV ' 'Q ' x' ' b, ,' 1 ' -uf" ..,,f' x' fm ' ff, A . M w " , f -A-ww , 'V ' N - ,Q .- 4. 5- . k Y-., , 9' ifgy ' gf' Y, -X 1 -fir. .'.'g,'15"Y' ff : ' ' . ifjjif'a3f..f-,-H ., , f ' 'P ',.g.6ff.1?Z ' ' . wi 3 f 4-'ff1. Q' x.,,353w3f-ff -.,, ,.,fgg,fw2',,:' ' i 1 Q., xamzfi-2? xr, Q-Q I-95 sgrq'f..g.,f, - - Q -, - -, 3 ' 555' v ,Au V x,,,5w',,g,wL,,2x-kjzg' ,5.gM,m,-vyyf, W Y' ,wh .,. r "Ever since that St. Bernard rescued him he's been kind of groggyf' . . and when you want to make a turn, you sort of swivel your hips like . . 'v "Yes, it's all gone except for that bottle on the second shelf in back of you." "Yeah, it's been real." "To be or not to . . . hmmm! Where was I? Oh, yes . . . Gather ye rose buds while ye may . . Wkff 1' W lf , , V c YQ 5 q lv "Then this is . . . sob . . . goodbye?" ef 1 , , 4d""'s .4 KA' Younger than Springtime . . . . . urnh, . . .Thoreau, Henry. . .?" 119' What's the matter . . . tired of chess? Yes, even teachers go to dances! 5 3 E 2 "2 2 Does the roof leak? And A-W-A-Y we go! 37 i F 'N' i V , f ww nvnmslbkvu A-' -' fam -B 1- if -1 WH A No, he's not Dobie Gillis . . . but there are times . . . "Well . . . what exactly do I have to do to pass this lab?" JH? A i 2 ti 1 i A: 2 " . . . but all the footsteps lead in and none of them lead out." ' 1 Q. Q nm. , cf -. . .M -... - 5 ...: "This if Vegas, isn't it?" "Do I have your word on that sir? You're sure this bus isn'tgoir1g to Fort Dix?" 38 9, 5-W4-mf Of mane it's not cold . . . I mean just because the west wing blew away . . . " Nfl. """'m- "Are you sure this is the way to the balcony? 'nigh Everybody Hully-Gully! A little crowded for concentratiori! HARVARD...!!?? NEWTON JuNloR CQLLEGE NURSING DEPARTMENT EVENING DIVISION PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT NURSING 99 93,9 in J A . ,459 140""""',,,,f FIRST YEAR . . . They learn To be well versed in the art of healing To administer to those in need To nurse the ill back to health . . . Hy' -sit SECOND YEAR r 1 I , r S."""' 43 NIGHT scHooL . . . At night When reason stutters before a full moon . . . ll-nu 711 -1? ,..?'f::. H "gf, 'li , --+'!f 5, if I a-.N W? -. ! 1 -4 'S 1 1 Q. 1 ' 1 f.. . 'WSE ir- ik--1 ICE CDF ANI rt, Z -six mu S. ,X PHYSICAL EDUCATION i ig.- , , vt I my . .. ,ww nj f- ,, l S55 532 J. 4 "Doesn't anybody like to play jai lai ?" "I don't know . . . it's alittle white thing with f eathers" "Now everyone do a push up together" FINE..." '-., "It isn't the length of the pool I mind . . . it's the shark they use as an incentive." ' 1---.-...- "I've heard of premature jtunps, but this is 1'idicu!ouf." rv' V A nfffgpgw'-1-f-"" ' V V 4 X' 19 " - S Q ,Vi W, K Z ww ?,-:I I , 'KZ 'N -IN N Q' 4 " as f b H 4 we ff ' I fm., af-'Milf ,fa-Q, A 'f 1"'f,yi'4 JJ N ,, nf -My A ik wif., A ' :N -7 ff 'iight 4-i my ' ' fs Q' ff-Vfwfw . W -s 'W , 'ty ul: pa -. Q we Gafulfif ,vim 4 sg, , . ,N e , , X ffrxfiw . D' ' of ' xr:-1 A , 'zA,,x,'- mf' X Tiff w i i ilfflf i 47""z.,.. i s "If it's as warm as you say, how come they're skating at the other end ?" .1"1 ' .., ,' if "Ta, '. ....-xx" ' 122 , J,.....,.. .' ,.A,,.g. ,. . .. . ' L 'JILL ..-.. - ' , , ,W V. . 1 X Z ' M. i E 2 "just ignore him . . . he's got to come out of that bag eventually." DECEMBER 6, l963 Ylye Newton Sclzool Conynyzn-ee and ?J5e Board ofbfkecrorg Adfmnllvrrarlon and Iiacnlly of IVE IVTO-'V JUNIOR C 0115 C5 Afnlwozxg Massa Clytfssrrs til-e pleasure ln annolzncvng r bat tlye College nas been accfpred fb: nyenybersnnn 1n and accrecbked as a junzor College by Tlye New England Assooanon of Colleges and Secondaly Selzools at :is Annual flfeenng Deeenyber Q 1963 49 'G- was 'K -fic.. J, December 6, 1963 . . . a day of unprecedented importance in the history of our College . . . the day membership in the distinguished New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools was conferred upon Newton Junior College. As our College became the first accredited public junior college in New England, both faculty and students paused momentarily to reflect: upon the past and those events which lead to this dayg upon the future and those responsibilities which this day imposes. For almost two years, the College had prepared for this occasion of accreditation. Students and faculty alike had been deeply involved in the processes of institutional 50 Y X fl X sm :gig YE if mr A ,, f Q 4 f 4 ' 3 if-f F ?x,..1..,E, 4 ff, '4 W 4-.. I X self-evaluation, and the resultant diligent labor. Throughout the entire process, there was everywhere evident commitment to an ideal and a time transcending the present. The preparation was not for today, it was, clearly, for tomorrow and always. Thus, at this moment of accreditation, we look to the future, fully cognizant of the fact that this occasion represents only the beginning. Newton junior College has been hailed a worthy institution, one which seeks and maintains a standard of excellence comparable to that found in any other meritorious educational institution. Having acknowledged this honor, our College now moves eagerly toward the future, seeking increased implementation of its philosophy and full realization of its many goals. 5 ,a'I it L fi I l r .lj 5 1 .Q ' x,'4XE-.I rr x X , i nr-If "' v g - M ,,.,, ,Q n, , K' ,Q 'A fi 3' gl...-it V ,ni M 31,9 ss! J . . X' 1' ' ' - . 1 ,, i - 5 'r W' 1.Wl9X'ViU.i1, his s.1Q.Lru,l If L3 NEWTCDN JUNIOR CQLLEGE GRADUATES 1, , W is 'Q' Q' ag. 'f 'Q X ' X 3 , I . ei, am. W, 4 ' Xb! Q fm Q , N -w ,wg ww ' 91' Q Wx Q ,. , iv , , if if as Mvfi 'YA NF W nv W w- was wg 4, W -9 f 4' Q1 .4 , 'K' xx. W' A 5 M' X Q if QW N 'X 1 af Q W ' , vi ,W 1, ' +1-'dv' Q w W , V ,X xg - -S+ Qu 0+ q. AM up M , , Av X Q. aafymwmmqfm My -wgwigf' ,q, is iff ' an W A as in Q mf. -Q vu. an as as an if my Q xqgeg-fpgig QMAJQQ I mf , Jn 'VS ., .!,, 59-v v-s ew 1 4!"""',- aw 'ff' f i- uf, .yn 5'?'N'f! v ,uxf .Q . Q, 'VA'- 1! , 'jim-P fi Ji' A I A as f ill' , 4 .4 K 48 , iv Qgsrq Qin qw Swim if yn , , 34.5 Q was ?,, "'F.n if +4 G lg, 4 -if 2 X. is 04 as-XWQHQ .4 A Q lx' ll' Ours is not a static tree. The leaves learn more than formulas of growth and reproduction. They learn to change and adapt and mature. Somewhere in its genetic makeup our tree mutates And the mutations are healthy and dominant and good . . . 54 Change through adaptation and our tree Is a noble thing Nourishing the soil and sheltering the ground. You will know its offsprings by their temperament and intellect Helping to Make the rhythm of their own free verse Occasionally blend with that of the universe 55 Richard Amzpolsky 15 Wolloughby Road Milton Bzzfifzexf Alf7lZji2jJ'fl'dfj01l 9' QW'- I x Q r Larry Ames 21 Woodward Street Newton Highlands Genera! 1' '54 Ronald Banleman 167 Parmenter Road West Newton Gelzeml 56 '-fr ir. Ari I .NJ ' 1 D it I ,, w 4 1 fi V Micbael Barnett 58 Lodge Road West Newton Liberal Arif 'JN Harry Bornstein 34 Stearns Road Newton Center Liberal Arts 57 RoseMarie Borzica 44 Lafayette Street Waltham Liberal Arty , . Y obn Bracken Aubumdale Liberal Arfy 1 'Tar- K Peter Boyadjian 215 Albemarle Road Newtonville Liberal Arts K 1' I ,v I orrv-if Lynne Brooks 8 Francis Street Natick G eneral 58 TV' at ul, Kennetb Brown 59 Norwick Road ' "" Needham nag rr' x Liberal Arts Re :fs-1 If - if A, Robert Caron 9 Riverbend Drive Natick Genera! 59 Vincent C am pisz 31 Lodge Road West Newton Liberal Arty fwfw - A Q I.. 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W xr, 5 P1521-s , 5-.g f ' .fa ,A -.f Q ,fra 5,31 .Q W Q R.: It M' if 'x'fvl"xvXV' wit, fQ,,2xf+Q"f- . Dorothy I ppolitto 272 Pearl Street Newtonville Liberal Arty 63 'K 'FV' Stephen I 019125012 5 Hickory Cliff Road Newton Upper Falls Bufizzeff Aflnzizziftmtiofz nav Kent Iolmson 5 Hickory Cliff Road Newton Upper Falls Liberal Arts sw - Michael Hurwitz 16 Van Wast Path Newton p 1 I Businesf Adminirtmtion 64 Q "9-fi after' M , 2" A ,I 1552, , ':tQ2:2, 'i '-f12.I,3-'ii N .sggtig ' I' 755.11 A an '11 Ai!! Dani el Katzer 61 Beaconwood Road Newton Genera! 5. fx X , X . Sumner K orins a Garry Keil 106 Fordham Road West Newton Bafirzeff Adminiftrafion 807 Washington Street 2 I 5 X Brookline Y ! Liberal Arty QAJ 65 f X343 2, Dorothy Littleton 54 Park Street Newton Corner Liberal Arty ff wx N ff X or -. , ff X V: ,gif 6 if ,fu It V f 'L if ,-i ve' yi... ers ' 'fe M.- M . 1 Richard Laurie 50 Carl Street Newton Highlands Liberal Arts Forest Mack 346 Auburndale Avenue Auburndale Liberal Artf 66 'ktvzr' Gordon Maybe 172 Park Street Newton Genera! mf? fs f""'V in """ i Edward McCormack M A 50 Park Lane ,af-... Newton Centre Liberal Arts Mary McCormack 50 Parklane Newton Centre Liberal Arif ,0b7Z Mclssac 11 High Street Newton Highlands Gefzeml 11, f -L I .,4,.. V ilI""f'3f" Richard M cD0mzld 11 Vifinthrop Avenue Newton Lilaeml fir!! , , , Q , C F , 'Fw' -wr' ' v ' x ' A x 4. x , Donald M emu 1412 Walnut Street Newton Highlands General 68 ff? Burgess Needle 603 California Street Newton Liberal Arts X193 3 james Noble 50 Marvin Lane Newton Center Liberal Arfs 69 Marla Nelson 54 Jerome Avenue West Newton Business Aa'n1i112sfraIio1z Wu feng, 'ft frffik Nancy Osborn 37 Webster Road Lexington Liberal Art! Claire O'N eil 37 Autumn Lane Waltham Liberal Arty 'Bm fvv.: Barry Ostrow 132 Harvard Street Newtonville Barinerr Administration 70 George Pappas 291 Lake Avenue Newton Highlands Business Administration 'Qvfa '3-an-ng, Dorothy Parsons 1564 Beacon Street Waban Liberal Arts 71 Deborah Parsons 15 64 Beacon Street Waban Gen eral -12 "MATT 4" C laarles Huntington Pecle 181 Windsor Road Waban Bafinefs Ailrrziniflratiorz fi lit Nina Pastore 156 Sewall Avenue Winthrop Liberal Arty William Perry 345 Pleasant Street Malden Liberal Arty 72 .fri fl Sr Edward Pleuler 62 Harvard Street Newtonville Liberal Arif I "' A """"'--ng, My . ggi if Hfgem Y.- r'z"ff:"J+?,i'Q 1 Y ffuvtf A", " ,fear " . ,A "wav - an , faflgt -- YQ. 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