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NJC has been further enriched in the field of inter-racial relations
by speakers and books from the Kaplan Fund. We are indebted to Mr.
Joseph Kaplan for his generous contribution to our understanding and
The Board of Visitors consists of ten Newton citizens interested in
the welfare of the college. They aid in the growth of NJC by advising on
the school beautification and program. We wish to thank the following
members for their appreciated assistance:
Fred C. Alexander, Trustee, Jackson Homestead
Adelaide M. Ball, an active member in community affairs
Dr. Franklin P. Hawkes, Department of Education, Commonwealth
Franklin D. Jerome, Vice-President, Old Colony Trust Company
Joseph Kaplan, President, Colonial Tanning Company
Egon D. Kattwinkel, M.D.
Norman B. Krim, Vice-President, Raytheon, Inc.
Herbert N. McGill, President and Treasurer, McGill Commodity
Philip J. McNiff, Associate Librarian, Harvard University
fMrs.l Eveline Mooney, Newtonville Women's Club
The Alumni Council acts as the liaison between the college and the
alumni and works closely with the permanent class secretary, who for
the class of 1958 is Joan Hunter. The council aids the college by giving
books to the library in the name of outstanding members of the student
body. This Spring, alumnus Robert Flynn, a post-graduate student at
NJC, was elected to the council thus adding to the list of alumni
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We Owe to Them . . .
The increasingly attractive appearance of NJC is made possible by
the Newton Federation of Women's Clubs. During the fall, its President,
Mrs. Eveline Mooney, an active member of the Newtonville chapter,
held a successful fund-raising bridge at the college. Through the efforts
of the club members NJC now has curtains in several rooms, a
furnished and decorated third floor conference and faculty room, as
well as numerous furniture and furnishings throughout the building. In
the field of art, the Women's Club has set up a program with the
Newton Art Association by which NJC has the privilege of a rotating
exhibit of paintings such as James King Bonnat's "Pigeon Cove" as
well as the opportunity of obtaining several pictures as college
property. We at the college feel grateful for being the Newton Women's
Club's "adopted children" and want to thank them for being such good
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FIRST ROW: Don Lawn, J.W. Wilson, Joan Hunter. SECOND ROW: Sam Kapreilian
Nancy Folsom, Dr. Merrill, Dick Arnold, Ernie Dunbar
The Student Council is the link between the college
authorities and the student body because it carries out the
administration's policies in the light of student views.
Elected by the student body at the beginning of each school
year, the following students comprised the Council for the
year 1957-1958: JW Wilson, President, Don Lawn, Vice-
President, Joan Hunter, Secretary, Dick Arnold and Sam
Kapreilian, second-year representatives, and Nancy Folsom
Bob Carson, and Ernie Dunbar, first-year representatives.
Dr. Merrill, faculty advisor, was an invaluable aid.
By organizing boards and committees, the Council has
been the motivating force behind college activities and a
factor in school improvements. This year it devised a
parking lot system with the co-operation of the Building
Improvements Committee. Along with the time-consuming
task of revising the Constitution, the Council's other activ-
ties included sponsoring the annual sale of class rings,
planning our second Ivy Day, as well as acting as hosts at
the annual Math Tournament.
As a policy-making body, the Student Council has ful-
filled its purpose by assisting in the gradual yet lasting
growth of NJC.
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