Arlington High School - Anchors Yearbook (Lagrangeville, NY)

 - Class of 1937

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' ,S3f...,.-..nKr2-gi+f, if EFL. yi H3 T, Q" .1332 -fs. :Q --p .. -155.-f AFP!!!-' ' 'msgid' AM-g Q, 45- U gf-, -:-:-N .p , uw- ' , E ,rf 5 x"U fa-'ar .4 7 P L--' 1-'.. ia 4 P 52, -qw.w1f fi N Q., T- -1-1 - Lv. suv-,f 1- ru '-.An -bi fly -, -PM, x',-, Q N. . "D . :"' W.-15' I . r'." . A J 13+ -mx ' fy , ,.. v '1 1 f ' ty' ,..-,Lf-, Y . 'iv' , sr r' ,. ii 111.--"7 'JH-Fi 1 'C vw.- 737 , 'H QU 1- , :Ea ... -.hu Q' A i3L"i"Y?4:3f"' 1 ff .gf-, A - - . 'X rv, .1 ---.I- Al. ,.l :fv- ..: , - -, ,V-,Z T. -ul. .fu s- uv- . 5 s ANCHORS 1937 VOLUME II ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL Foreword Last year the publishing of the first yearbook was an ex- periment. Not even its most earnest supporters foresaw the eager response and the genuine enthusiasm which were to greet the new publication. Even less did any members of the class fully realize the serious responsibility and the enormous amount of work that go with such an undertaking. This year the class of 1937, profiting from the experiences of the preceding class and anticipating both the labor and the re- ward of such a project, has decided toe continue the custom ini- tiated a year ago and thereby strengthen another Arlington High School tradition. It is with the hope that this book may provide a tangible record of the happy times they have had, the experience they have gained, and the friends they have made during their last four years, that the senior class has published the second volume of Anchors. May the pages that follow bring back pleasant memories of your high school days. God speed 1937! GEORGE A. SCHIAVONE, Superintendent. Prog ress Shining wings in the sunlight: man is soaring there. A hum of motors in the depths of the sea: man has found passage. A rush of wind, a flash of polished steel: man is speeding over smooth highways! Per aspera ad astra. Yes, though the way be thorny, man thinks and fights his way on, the stars his goal. Our yearbook artists have pictured for us progress in all types of transportation: the freshmen on bicyclesg the sopho- mores in horse-drawn carriagesg the juniors in high-powered carsg the seniors riding effortlessly in stream-lined trains. Do students ever give thought to the endless ingenuity of pioneer spirits who have perfected these mighty servants of man? Ah, yes, the seniors have pondered deeply these, and many other weighty questions. We have chosen this theme, Progress, for our yearbook because it so well typifies our spirit- the spirit of A. H. S. graduating class of 1937. We do not arrogate to our- selves any glory for the achievements of previous generations. We realize they are gifts-a rich heritage which we have re- ceived. May it be our privilege so to use already existent knowl- edge that we may pass on an even richer heritage to later genera- tions, a torch to point the way. We shall need to solve economic, social and political prob- lems. We need endless good will in our personal relationships and in national and international dealings. We need a social con- science which is dissatisfied unless it finds the highest good for all people. Such progress shall be our aim, and, we hope, our achievement! Dedicolion The Senior Class considers itself highly privileged in being able to dedicate this 1937 Yearbook to Miss Mary Elizabeth O'Connell, Dean of our high school. Miss O'Connell is looked upon by the student body not only as a competent teacher. but also as a capable ad- visor and friend. So with all happiness may you con- tinue the execution of your splendid services for our school. GEORGE B. MACANDREWS Assistant Principal GEORGE A. SCHIAVONE Superintendent . B vgwmmnx in Yeor Book Stott Editor-in-Chief, CHARLES MILLER Assistant Editors JEAN UNDERWOOD MURIEL MONROE Associate Editors PAUL BROWN PHYLLIS DAVISON JAMES INOUYE Literary Editor, EDWARD PESANO Assistants CATHERINE GRANT VINCENT AMATO MYRTLE MELLINTHIN DOROTHY DINRA RONALD VAN KLEECK Art Editor, RAYMOND SMITH Assistants .ADA LYNCH VIRGINIA BINGHAM ELIZABETH SLEIGHT Business Manager, RALPH POWELL Advertising Manager, COLEMAN PERKINS Assistants LEONARD MCGLYNN EVELYN SKELLY ROBERT BENNETT MARIE KELLEY HELEN RELYEA ALBERT MOORE Circulating Manager, JOSEPH MANNING Assistants PHYLLIS SINGLETON WILLIAM ALDRICH Production Manager, JOSEPH EBERHARD Assistants .ANNA KEENEN ADA DOUGHTY MILDRED JONES The Finished Symphony They seem so short, and yet so sweet, These high school years we soon complete. For eight brief terms, we've stood together, In rain or shine, in any weather. This year we part. Where shall we go? Some to collegeg the rest don't know. We wonder if we'll sometimes see Those friends so dear to you and me. We entered high school, Freshmen gay, Far from ambitious, some might say. Yet staunch and true, we made a name. As interclass champs, we gained our fame. Thence to regents, a Sophomore class! One year has gone, How fast they pass! Juniors! Seniors! Three years left now,- We were the ones to show them how. Sedate we were and our pranks were few, We'd study hard, be stylish, too. We were Junior ladies and Junior men. Another year had passed again! At last, the goal! We're Senior Lords. We've reached the topg we lead the hordes! With insight keen, our prospects bright, We'1l prove that right alone makes might. Edward Pes Alrno Meter Oh Arlington, all praise to thee We will ever sing thy dear name And when we go out from thy care We ll be loyal and spread thy fame. Chorus Oh dear Arlington, we'll never forget 0,110 The lessons we've learned and the friends we have met Oh dear Arlington, ever we'l1 sing Till the world with our echoes ring, Like the gleam from a beacon light Shining clear through the darkest night Thy colors, "Maroon and Gold" Set the standard of truth and right. We ve spent many happy days Neath the shelter of thy dear walls. We re preparing for 1ife's long trail Each year as we pass through thy halls. I -5:29 i-,vii - ., Mm Foculty Superintendent-GEORGE A. SCHIAVONE, A.B., M.A. Assistant Principal-GEORGE B. MACANDREWS, B.S., M.A. RUTH T. CLOW, B.A., B.L.S. - EUNICE COCKROFT, B.S. - MARGARET T. CUSSLER, B.A., M.A. AGNES F. FLINT, B.A. - - .JULIA GALLAGHER, B.S. - - C. HOWELL GREEN, M.D. EDNA J. GREER, B.S. - OL1vE HORAN - - - STANLEY H. KELLERHOUSE MARY G. KEOHANE, B.S., M.A. FRANCIS T. LEAHY, B.A., M.A. - MARJORIE LONGMUIR, B.S. - VIOLA E. MADARAS, A.B. - LOUISE MILLER, A.B., M.A. - HELEN MUTH, B.A. - - - ALBERT G. NEWNHAM, B.S. - MARY ELIZABETH O'CONNELL, B.A ELIZABETH PALETHORPE - JULIA PHELAN,B.S. - - - SARA L. REYNOLDS, A.B., M.A. ESTHER A. SIGNOR, B.S. - MAGDALEN SMITH, A.B. MARION E. SWAN, B.A. - VIOLA A. WOOD, B.S. - ., M.A. - English, Librarian - - - Music - - English Mathematics - Junior High - School Doctor - Commercial Assistant Secretary - Junior High - - Science History, Science - Commercial - English French - Secretary Physical Education - - History - - - Nurse - Junior High - - Art - Commercial Junior High - Latin English x x X X ' -X 5 X xx - X X q X X g X X -x .Q XX Xxxx XX X, ky if EX FYX X X X NN g X X1 . X X X xl - x xx X X N N . ' X ' . X XT X X x x X X X XFX X, X R Xyb X X I X l xx xxx X J Xxf jx N X ' x X X X X gx X ' X XX " X x x X 'NX ' - A Fx g Q 7 X. X Xi X Xxx ix' kk , XX Nix K X QQX A X X X X Nm Q k ix x x ,xx K V. X ' , X N 1 X . 1 X X XXX XX sg Q 5.1 QN X . XX xx X XSS .K X Lk X 1 x - f R X KX , E 5 X N X X mix EBT- XXX 'ifxkkxxx 'VX X fa K ,S x K x H-QT, X X XXX X my XI XXX X X i W X , jx Q xx X ' 7 XS Q if X kjgxvfxxxx Q S K X 1 ,-- x ' X. s - x" N Wx gs gx ' ' X 5 x Y xrrr F -6 x X, -V-Vi T TTT5TT-Y 'Ill PJ xx XLINIIHII 1. K Class Officers Class President 1. 3. 43 Student Council 2: Football 1, 2: Basketball 1, 3, 4. Captain 43 Baseball l. 23 Welfare Squad 1, 2. 3, 4. Captain 3, 4: Secretary of A. A. A. 43 Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4. "Bus" is a combination of energy and vigor. His popularity has earned him the class presidency for three years. An athlete, who ranks second to none, "Bus" is an excellent court performer. He is a born leader and a kindly sympathizer. CHARLES EDWARD BARTON 'iBuS" RALPH ROBERT POWELL "Pete" Class Vice-President 3. 43 Welfare Squad 2. 4. A likeable character and a frank friend, Ralph is a person who will at- tain respect by his open manner of address. Desire to complete an under- taken task earns him class admiration. . Arlingtonian 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Year- book 43 Senior Play 4. If there ever was so much ability possessed by one so diminutive, Muriel is that possessor. A charming person- ality and enthusiastic manner have gained her the respect of all. NIURIEL H1-:LENE MONROE EDWARD JAMES PESANO Eddie Class Treasurer 43 Senior Play 43 Year- book 43 Basketball 1, 3, 43 Baseball 3. 43 Track 3. 43 Arlingtonian 43 Football l. A quick retort and apt diction in- troduce "Eddie," our literary success- to-be. His wit and frankness have enabled him to gain a large number of followers. Good luck, 'tEddie," you can make the grade. WILLIAM GRANT ALDRICI-I-"Bill Football Manager 43 Track 43 Yearbook 4. A rugged individual who has not been with us long, Bill, has certainly earned the praise of the faculty for his ambition and zeal. CHARLES HENRY ALLAN-"Chi Welfare Squad 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Photogra- phy Club President 43 Basketball 33 Track 4. When it comes to playing baseball in the big league manner, Charles is there and then some. pw VINCENT LAWRENCE AMATO-'tAimi Student Council 2. 3, 43 Secretary 2, 33 President 43 Dramatics 3. 43 Basketball 43 Arlingtonian 43 Glee Club 33 Yearbook 43 Honor Key 4. Vince is a student with a sense of humor to match his scholastic ability. A midget in stature, he has gained a popular following by his friend- ly manner. His ambition has earned him many prominent positions. HILDA ALBERTA ANDERSON Library 3. Hilda's marks in her studies speak for them- selves. A calm, willing worker who has gained "school-wide" recognition. ANTHONY ALFONSE ANTENUCCI-"TO Football 1, 2. 43 Basketball l, 23 Track 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Dramatics 4. Here is a curly-haired "wit" who always has clever repartee at the right time-and sometimes at the wrong time! DOROTHY EMILIE BARGESKI-'tBarge" Photography Club 4. In Dorothy, there are many mischievous im- petuosities that accidentally "pop" out some- times, and woe to Dorothy. 6 9 ROBERT OAKLEY BENNETT--HBOb Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3. 43 Basketball 1. 2. 3, 43 Cross Country 1, 43 Class President 23 Track 2, 3, 43 Welfare Squad 3, 43 President of A. A. A. 4. Bob seems to eat up sports, as can be seen by his record. His extra-curricular activities do not lack substantiality either, and for popularity, he's right there. VIRGINIA LOUISE BINGHAM-"Ginn Arlingtonian 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Photography Club 43 Yearbook 43 Dramatics 2. Some class! Some style! Some girl! Easy going, and pleasant to everyone she meets. As a typist, "Ginny" possesses an accomplished air of tactfulness. you OscAR BooNE-"Ik Football 3, 43 Baseball 3. 43 Basketball 3, 4. "Ike," one of the heralded basketball stars of A. H. S., has a pleasant smile and a pleasing per- sonality which should take him far along the road to success after he leaves the old Alma Mater. v E MARGARET T1-IERESA BUCKLEY-nPBg" Glee Club 4. Twinkling eyes and an attractive smile make "Peg" worthy of the appraising male glances. CHARLES BUDD Glee Club 45 Student Drivers 4. Here is a lad who has the red hair and freckles but is minus the temper that goes with it. We are sure he will succeed in any undertaking. JULIA ANNA BURNETT Library Club 3, 4. A willing worker who has gained our ad- miration. Thank you, Julia. for your considera- tion in seeing that our library dues did not amount to large sums. MARION VIRGINIA CLARK-"Tiny" Arlingtonian Staff 45 Honor Key 4. Although the smallest senior in the class. Mar- ion probably has one of the keenest intellects. An Irish sense of humor adds to her charming personality. DORIS ELAINE CLEARWATER-"Dory" Arlingtonian Staff 43 Welfare Squad 45 Library Club 3g Glee Club 3. Doris and her two companions are practically inseparable. and all three are addicted to gig- gling. But seriously, Doris. we think you have a great future. HELEN BELMONT CLINTON-'tReds" Glee Club 35 Photography 4. This young maiden's interest in sewing and cooking leads us to believe that she has the home- making instinct. Furthermore Helen's loyalty makes her a friend worth having. We'll be up to dinner some night, "Reds," DONALD MILES CROSS--'tDon" Glee Club 33 Welfare Squad 43 Football 2. 3. 4. Hear Ye! Hear Ye! All students who would have a permanent station on the A Honor Roll! Follow Donald closely. imitate him in every way. and assure your success forevermore. Donald's ability and dependability are the envy of his classmates. Congratulations on getting your Honor Key-we knew you'd do it! DOROTHY ADELE DINKA-"Dotty'l Glee Club 3. 43 Cheer leader 45 Yearbook Staff 4: Prom Committee 4. "Dotty's" pleasing personality and charming manner have made her many friends among her fellow students. "Dot" with her quiet ways is a perfect foil for her loquacious friend, Marie. ADA MABEL DOUGHTY Library 33 Glee Club 35 Arlingtonian 43 Year- book 4. Ada is rather a modest girl. but her laughing dark eyes and friendly smile belie her otherwise serious appearance.. Judging by your good work we predict a brilliant future for you in the busi- ness world. MARION DOUGHTY Glee Club 43 Arlingtonian 4. Although we've seldom heard from Marion, we can excuse that since the Honor Roll proves she centers all her attention on her studies. Suc- cess in the business world, Marion. CLARE RUTLEY DUPRAU-CLHOOKEF Dupe" Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2. 3, 43 Football 2, 33 Senior Play 4. "Dupe" is unrivaled for his wit and his hu- morous outlook on life. Wherever he is. one finds good times and plenty of laughs. "Dupe" likes hunting. and we understand he is quite accom- plished at the sport. JOSEPH JOHN EBERHARD-"Joe Banking Staff Vice-President 3, President 43 Ar- lingtonian 43 Yearbook 43 Honor Key 4. "Joe" is a lad of industry, so there is little doubt of his success. Keep up the good work, Joe. and soon we'll be saying, "I knew him when-." WINI-'RED ROBERTS ENDERS-"Windy" Glee Club 3, 43 Student Drivers 3, 43 Photog- raphy 4. Here we have A. H. S.'s chief exponent of sleep, the incomparable exercise for stimulating mental activity. "Windy" has an afdnity for Fords. or perhaps it's just a desire to go places in a hurry. MARION LOUISE GRAHAM-"Muggsy' Class Play 23 Photography Club 4. A grand sport and a jolly companion. With that engaging laugh of hers, she is usually found in the midst of some hilarious group. Your sense of humor will take you a long way, Marion. CATHERINE FRASER GRANT-"Kate" Arlingtonian 3, 43 Glee Club 3. 43 Yearbook 4. We don't hear much from this reserved miss, but her presence is welcomed in every group. Efficient, and always attractive in appearance. Catherine will be invaluable to her future em- ployer, we feel sure. ALICE ELLEN HAYES-LLREdS' Alice's combination of an amiable personality and secretarial ability is sure to make her a competent secretary. We wonder. however, if her lovely Titian hair is accompanied by the usual hasty temper. GI-:RTRUDE HEGEMAN-LsGGTt" Basketball 1. 2, 3. 43 Captain 4. "Gert" is our talented basketball captain and guard. Words to describe Gert's personality and good fellowship can be found only in Webster's dictionary. SARAH CATHERINE HELMs-"Sary' Glee Club 33 Welfare Squad 43 Library Assistant 3. Whenever there is a giggle in English class. the owner of it is sure to be "Sary." a pleasant girl who is always extending a helping hand. n v DORIS HUNT Glee Club 33 Debate 3. Doris has been very quiet and demure during her stay at Arlington. Her pleasant disposition and nonchalance will take her far in life. EDNA JACOBS A girl who has a genial personality and is well liked by school chums. She is a laughing and energetic person. Here's hoping. Edna. that your life will be filled with happiness and pros- perity. MILDRED IRENE JONES-"Mifiie" Library Assistant 2, 3. 43 Basketball 23 Glee Club 33 Arlingtonian 43 Yearbook 43 Banking Staff 4. As an ambitious library worker. Mififie has the the word of Miss Clow to back her up. Upright and true, success will be a mere formality. ANNA MARIE KEENEN-KEAHD Student Council 23 Banking Staff 3, 43 Arlington- ian 43 Senior Prom Committee 43 Yearbook 43 Glee Club 3. Anna is the person who will always aid any- one in need of mental help. Efficiency and ac- curacy have distinguished her work on the Ar- lingtonian and Banking Staffs. MARIE KELLEY-"Rie" Yearbook 43 Student Drivers 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Welfare Squad, Secretary 43 Glee Club 43 Cheerleader 43 Arlingtonian 43 Prom Committee 43 Debate 3. The petite Marie with her pep, vim, and vigor could conquer the universe with her giggles as she has the school. The Senior play was aided tremendously by her acting. JOHN ALEXANDER KONDAS Glee Club 4. "Keep silent and no one will bother you," is John's motto, and he always abides by it. ERNEST Li:RoY-"Ernie" "Ernie" represents that strong, silent type whose chief ideal is to keep in step with the world and ignore the approaches of the weaker sex. ADA MARY LYNCH-"A Glee Club 3, 43 Photography 43 Yearbook 43 Arlingtonian 43 Dramatics 2. Ada has the "clinging vine" air which brings helpers to the rescue. but we all know she is very capable. too. LEONA MACELVEEN-"LCG" Dramatics 3, 43 Library 33 Arlingtonian 33 Year- book 3. 4. A pleasing manner combined with an ap- preciative sense of humor make "Lee" one of our popular seniors. You have no other alternative but to be a comedienne. JOSEPH VINCENT MANNING-LLJOGV' Welfare Squad 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Yearbook 43 Photography 43 Arlingtonian 4. A boy with initiative. Joe will have but a few steps to take before he greets success. We're sure you'll honor our class, Joe. Good luck! LEONARD MATTHEW MCGLYNN-"LuSh" Senior Play 43 Basketball 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Glee Club 43 Arlingtonian 4. "Lush" came to us from St. Peters and imme- diately acquired many friends. Laughing eyes and keen humor have made him a popular gen- tleman with the opposite sex. MYRTLE BELLE MELLENTHIN-"Myrt" Debate 23 Dramatics 43 Yearbook 43 Senior Play 4. "Myrt" is the sprightly young lady who was such a success in the Senior Play. Skipping through the halls seems to be her favorite pass- time. ALICE ELIZABETH MILLER Glee Club 33 Library Assistant 3. Alice is a very silent miss, who was seldom heard of in her four years, but intimate friends state that she is a very jolly young lady. CHARLES MILLER Arlingtonian 3. 43 Glee Club 43 Orchestra 33 Year- book 4. An ambitious student who ranks supreme as an accomplished artist, Charles has gained the admiration and respect of his classmates. He seldom speaks and personifies the motto, "Ac- tions speak louder than words." ALBERT GEORGE MOORE-'iA1,' Class Play 13 Football 13 Yearbook 43 Glee Club 33 Arlingtonian 4. From Al we expect great things in the radio and Physics lines. His mathematical ability is famed and he is also a great fellow. MERIUM LYDIA MORGAN-"Mimi" Basketball 3, 4. There is much that could be said about this coy young miss, but we know that she would rather be recognized as the school's best dancer. SARAH NARDONE A serious-minded young lady who has the soul of a poet and the capabilities of a business woman. Keep going, Sarah, you're sure to find success in the future. COLEMAN EARL PERKINS-"Perk" Arlingtonian 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 33 Senior Play 43 Yearbook 43 Student Drivers 4. Well, "Perk," you did surprise us with your splendid portrayal of a pirate in the Senior play. We wish you even more success when you "Cross the Rubicon." LESTER R. PLANKENHORN A quiet lad who has ignored all feminine ap- peal: a reminder of those Texan days when little was said but much done. PHILIP C. PORTER-'tPhil" A lad who sailed smoothly through high school and who intends to enter the world in the same manner. HELEN ELIZABETH RELYEA Yearbook 43 Senior Prom Committee 4. Quiet and scholarly. yet capable of winning the heart of the Senior president. Much happi- ness and success to you. Helen. BEATRICE MARTHA RITTINGER-"Bea" Arlingtonian 4. An ability to solve geometry problems and her keen wit. introduce "Bea." the energetic las- sie with the permanent smile. Ross ELIZABETH SABIA Glee Club 35 Basketball 3. A willingness to work and a pleasant dispo- sition make Rose admired by all she meets. PHYLLIS ELIZABETH SINGLETON Class Play lg Mandolin Club 13 French Club 45 Welfare Squad 43 Arlingtonian 43 Yearbook 4. Phyllis is one of the school's outstanding students. Her ability to attain high grades in every subject is sure to earn her a high posi- tion in later life. EVELYN LORRAINE SKELLY-UEVH Class President 1g Class Secretary 3g Student Council 43 Yearbook 4: Arlingtonian 4. "Ev" is the inconspicuous young lady whose quiet manner has earned her many close friends. Efficiency and ambition rate her an A-1 student. Common sense is another of "Ev's" virtues. ELIZABETH SLEIGHT-"Betty" Glee Club 4: Arlingtonian 4. Quiet and reserved, but always ready to give a pleasant smile to all who pass. RAYMOND SMITH-"Ray" Glee Club 45 Arlingtonian 4, A talented artist, both in painting and music, Ray always manages a surprise for us. You de- serve success, Ray. and we're sure you'll earn it. WILLIAM ERNEST SUNDBLOOM-'tDuck" Football 15 Senior Prom Committee 4. "Duck's" motto is "Never get up before you have to and never come to school with your hair combed." However. a pleasing personality and friendly manner have earned him close friends. DONALD JOHN TIMMONS-'LDOf1', Cross Country 3, 4: Track 2, 3. 43 Glee Club 3. "Don's" marvelous track ability has certainly earned him popularity: A sense of humor and a sedate manner have won him many friends. JEAN HERBERT UNDERWOOD Track 15 Cross Country 25 Student Drivers 2. 3. 45 Cheerleader 35 Class Treasurer 35 Basketball 35 Welfare Squad 3, 45 Arlingtonian 45 Yearbook 45 Senior Prom 45 Senior Play 4. Jean's vigor and vitality have established his popularity in Poughkeepsie High as well as this school. Success, Jean. MARQUIS PHILIP VAN DE WATER Student Drivers 4. During his brief stay at Arlington. Marquis has gained much personal prestige. We wish him luck in the future. RONALD VAN KLEI-:CK-"Ronnie" Glee Club 35 Football 3, 45 Yearbook 4: Arling- tonian 4. Inexhaustible wit makes "Ronnie" a fine com- panion. A courageous fellow on the gridiron. "Ronnie" fears no opposition. ELIZABETH MARY WADE-"Betty" Arlingtonian 45 Yearbook 4. A dimpled smile and a witty conversation: this describes "Betty" thoroughly. GLADYS WHITING Library Assistant 2, 3, 4. A serene and well-liked member Of the '37 class. Gladys was the library assistant who gain- ed the approval of our library teacher. DOROTHY HARRIET ZIMMER--"DOY, Banking Staff 3, 45 Welfare Squad 45 Glee Club 4. The Old proverb 'tgood things come in small packages," certainly applies in your case. "DOt." A more able secretary would be hard to find. Closs History--1937 The class of 1937 is the thirteenth class to graduate from Arlington High School. But this fact has little to do with our achievements. Twelve students received honor keys for high scholastic rating during the first three years of the high school course. It is the second class to receive so many keys. Those receiving them were: Vincent Amato, Marion Clark, Donald Cross, Joseph Eberhard, Cath- erine Grant, Charles Miller, Muriel Monroe, Helen Relyea, Phyllis Singleton, Evelyn Skelly, Raymond Smith, and Dorothy Zimmer. We continued with pride the publication of the year book. We sincerely hope the precedent established by the class of 1936 will be carried on by future classes. A class play was presented: Captain Applejack, which abounded in witty dialogue. The basketball team this season was composed chiefly of Seniors, and finished with flying colors one of the stiffest schedules in the school's history. In interclass basketball the boys succeeded in defeating other classes, during their Freshman, Junior, and Senior years. Our treasury has been increased by food sales, a milk fund, the selling of Christmas Cards, and a Senior Prom, In the course of both work and enjoyment, we have been led through the dark and perilous paths of learning. We have learned to share glorious victory and to brave defeat. fewwmww-ee'-Kg.. .J V "amwx2f2"fn'5'fH Coptoin Applejock A senior presentation was given on November 20, 1936, at 8:00 P. M., in the Arlington High School, under the able direction of Miss Viola E. Madaras. The plot involved the romantic Captain Applejack, seeking adventure, which he found right at home in the dramatic arrival of Anna Valeska who played up to his romantic ideas, and of Ivan Borolsky and Mr. and Mrs. Pengard. Through the cleverness of Anna Valeska, who posed as a Russian dancer, and was really the wife of Borolsky. a plan was made to rob the Applejohn home, but they were foiled in their attempt through the appearance of Johnny Jason, a real estate salesman, with too many "good" ideas. CHARACTERS Ambrose Applejohn - - - Coleman Perkins Ivan Borolsky - Edward J. Pesario Anna Valeska - - Myrtle B. Mellenthin Poppy Faire - - - Marie Kelley Mrs. Whatcombe - Leona MacElveen Mrs. Pengard - - Muriel Monroe Horace Pengard Vincent Amato Johnny Jason - - Joseph Manning Vincent Brady I Clare Duprau Putates ' Stephen Owsiany .William Daly Most Popular Most Studious Most Likely to Succeed Best Leader J olliest Most Beautiful Girl Most Handsome Boy Quietest Biggest Bluffer Most Bashful Best Athlete Most Emotional Most Ambitious Cutest Biggest Tease Laziest Best Dressed Most Friendly Most Humorous Most Romantic Teacher's Pet Best all around Sport Neatest Most Poise Most Sophisticated Frankest Most Talkative Peppiest Hair Eyes Lips Ears Teeth Nose Dimples Eyebrows Chin Complexion Hands Legs Shape Smile Personality Poll of '37 GIRLS Marie Kelley Phyllis Singleton Phyllis Singleton Muriel Monroe Lee MacElveen Dot Dinka Betty Sleight Dot Bargeski Marion Doughty Gert Hegeman Muriel Monroe Phyllis Singleton Alice Hayes Alice Hayes Alice Miller Dot Bargeski Evelyn Skelly Beatrice Rittinge Helen Relyea Ada Doughty Gert Hegeman Marie Kelley Merium Morgan Muriel Monroe Muriel Monroe Alice Hayes Marie Kelley I' BOYS Bus Barton Charles Miller Charles Miller Bus Barton Eddie Pesano Duck Sundbloom Ray Smith Windy Enders Vincent Brady Oscar Boone Coleman Perkins Charles Miller Bob Bennett Eddie Pesano Duck Sundbloom Vincent Amato Leonard McGlynn Eddie Pesano Bus Barton Coleman Perkins Bob Bennett Vincent Amato Jean Underwood Vincent Amato Eddie Pesano Windy Enders Bus Barton The Perfect Senior GIRLS Alice Hayes Rose Sabia Myrtle Mellenthin Marion Graham Anna Keenen Marion Clark Betty Wade Marion Graham Helen Clinton Marie Kelley Merium Morgan Anna Keenen Dot Dinka Evelyn Skelly BOYS Jean Underwood Leonard McGlynn Joe Manning Clare Duprau Charles Miller Bob Bennett Donald Cross Coleman Perkins Jean Underwood Duck Sundbloom Donald Timmons Bob Bennett Bob Bennett Coleman Perkins The Closs Prophecy A gypsy seer is seated gazing into a crystal. In its depth, the former members of the class of 1937 are revealed as they are to be ten years hence: Vincent Amato: Principal of A. H. S. fby student demandj. Dorothy Bargeski: Superintendent of H. R. S. H. Charles Barton: Successful Financial advisor of the Poughkeepsie banks. Virginia Bingham: So fond of Kresge's 5 8: 10 that she's soon to be the manager. Oscar Boone: Playing his first game as a guard on the Renaissance Basketball team. Margaret Buckley: Owner of Buckley's Business School. Marion Clark: Dean of Vassar College. Doris Clearwater: In Miss Greer's place as shorthand teacher at A. H. S. Helen Clinton: Supervisor of nurses at Bellevue. Donald Cross: Fast climbing the ladder of success. He is to be a policeman. Dorothy Dinka: A charming air hostess for the United Air Lines. Marion Doughty: Sitting in the oiiice of A. H. S. as a secretary. Joseph Eberhard: President of the United States Steel Corporation. Catherine Grant: Rushing around getting ready for one of her many social en- gagements for which she is already ten minutes late. Sarah Helms: Head librarian at A. H. S. Doris Hunt: About to land at Cherbourg, France. She is buyer for a Fifth Avenue Importing Co. Marie Kelly: The efficient secretary to Vincent Amato. Ernest LeRoy: President of America's largest munitions corporation. Leona MacElveen: Did not study hard for nothing. She is the world's fastest comptometrist. Gert Hegeman: Junior partner of Shaker, Travis Sz Quinn. Ralph Powell: New York's leading politician. Anna Keenen: Making her debut at the Metropolitan. Raymond Smith: Illustrator for the Saturday Evening Post. Robert Bennett: Still baseball coach of the New York Giants. John Kondas: Going out to the pastures at five o'clock calling in the cows. Sci- entific farming for John. Mildred Jones: Famous as a model at Luckey, Platt 8: Co. Philip Porter: In charge of Emmadine Farms. William Sundbloom: Taking a stand-in for lazy Dan. Elizabeth Sleight: Head of the Poughkeepsie Day Nursery School. Phyllis Singleton: Supervisor at the New York State College for Teachers in Albany. Charles Miller: A member of the Buckeroos on station WABC. Merium Morgan: Playing at Radio City Music Hall with her Girls' Band. Sarah Nardone: A very prominent business woman. Edward Pesano: Has just won the world's endurance record for talking. Joseph Manning: President of the United States. Helen Relyea: Living happily with Charles Barton. Evelyn Skelly: Still faithful to John Briggs. Jean Underwood: Has the title "Professor Einstein the Second." Dorothy Zimmer: Court stenographer in Poughkeepsie. Charles Allen: Cavorting around the Yankee Stadium. Hilda Anderson: A reliable bookkeeper for a New York firm. Julia Burnett: A quiet home girl. Ada Lynch: A blushing bride no more. Now one of the "sisters of the skillet." Leonard McG1ynn: Head butler at the Kenyon Estates. Alice Miller: Sailing the seven seas with her handsome sailor man. Muriel Monroe: Heroine of Bobby Benson's Buckaroos of the air. Coleman Perkins: Starring on the Camel hour as "Ping" Perkins. Rose Sabia: Her name in electric lights on the "Great White Way." Donald Timmons: Is "running" for his bread and butter and is making a good job of it. Elizabeth Wade: Cutting up in Wade's butcher shop. Winfred Enders: Director of an alibi bureau. Marion Graham: Teaching geometry at A. H. S. Alice Hayes: The girl on the flying trapeze. Myrtle Mellenthin: Just waking up from her Knapp. Beatrice Rittinger: On a sea voyage as nurse-companion to a ninety-year-old millionaire. Lester Plankenhorn: President of Plankenhorn's agricultural school. William Aldrich: Has just published a book: "Photography, Its Theory and Ap- preciationf' Anthony Antenucci: In charge of America's largest service station chain. Marquis Van de Water: A well-known construction engineer. Ronald Van Kleeck: Editor of Colliers. Albert Moore: A success in the radio business. Charles Budd: The 4-H county leader. Ada Doughty: Head of the printing firm of Doughty, Doughty and Doughty. Clare Duprau: A torreador in Spain, still throwing the bull. Edna Jacobs: Proprietress of a first-class beauty parlor with a sign in front, "Nothing Impossible." Gladys Whiting: Housemother in a tourist camp. Lost Will ond Testornent We, the senior class of 1937, being of sound mind and body and in full pos- session of all our senses, do hereby make this last will and testament on this twenty-first day of June, 1937. ARTICLE I. To the class of 1938 we give the honor of being the fourteenth graduating class of Arlington High School. ARTICLE II. To the Juniors, we bequeath the following: To Paul Brown we leave the personality and executive ability of Charles Bar- ton. Perhaps you can also manage your Senior Class so efficiently that you will find time to choose a life partner. To Patsy Morreale and George Dennis, the loquacity of William Aldrich. To Victor Cady and Richard Whalen, the inspirational influence of Charles Allen. To Wesley Bradley and Robert Garrett, the sophistication of Vincent Amato. To James Nichols, Stephen Owsiany and Ray Schattle, equal shares of Anthony Antenucci's limitless ambition. To Glen Carpenter and Ray Pfautz, the all-around athletic ability of Robert Bennett. To Andrew Pink and Clifford Lattin, the flashing basketball style of Clare Duprau. To John Qualls and Lloyd Carpenter, the mathematical ingenuity of Philip Porter. To Leonard Satz and Leon Van Vlack, the authoritative voice of Ralph Powell. To Harold Van de Bogart and George Mastin, the fine, artistic talent of Ray- mond Smith. To George Luhman and Norbert Koenig, the "step'n-fetchit way" of William Sundbloom. To William Martin, Jean Underwood's fondness for Freshies. To Eugene Scerebini and John Wright, Charles Budd's pleasing personality. To Ronald Nye, Donald Cross' "golden locks." To James Exum, Oscar Boone's many friends and ardent followers. To Harry Walters and Clifford Schnell, Joseph Eberhard's mastery of English. To Gordon DeNike, Donald Knapp and Charles Tully, Windy Ender's paper- filled textbooks and "Blue Lizzy." To Charles Still and Frank Spilbor, the nonchalance of John Kondas. To James Ryan and Roswell Scism, Joe Manning's three-course lunch. To Roy Bishop and Alfred Antenucci, the surplus Irish humor of Leonard Mc- Glynn. To Harry Monroe and Charles Rittinger, the brilliance of Charles Miller. To Ross Wentworth and Edward Purdy, the "don't-care manner" of Albert Moore. To William Wishart and Arthur Ringwood, the engaging smile of Coleman Perkins. To August Kampfer and Robert Sears, the colossal diction and quick wit of Edward Pesano. To Charles Wolff and Emil Anderson, is left the shy reserve of Lester Planken- horn. Elliott Odell and Kenneth Smith, the collapsible lunch box of Marquis Van de Water. Delmar Jaycox and Paul Hornick, the prominent features of Ronald Van Kleeck. William Daly and Stanton Sherow, the streamlined speed of Donald Tim- mons. Robert Beck and Andrew Velletri, Ernest LeRoy's stoicism. Dorothy Denny, Hilda Anderson's "fondness for gum." Edna Wright, Dorothy Bargeski's love of fun. Virginia Beam, Virginia Bingham's dancing feet. Ethel Proctor, the personality and attractiveness of Margaret Buckley. Dorothy Kopf and Winifred Murray, the friendliness of Julia Burnett. Jean Schroeder, Marian Clark's smallness of stature. Mildred Smith and Elizabeth Sherow, the efficiency of Doris Clearwater. Ruth Wentworth, Helen Clinton's "Flaming Glory." Jean Fox and Arlene Bates, Dorothy Dinka's fiustered manner. May Brown and Rena Nichols, the thoroughness of Ada Doughty. Lillian Van Ackooy and Mildred Humphrey, Marian Doughty's demureness. Mary Gidley and June Merritt, the impetuosity of Marian Graham. Betty Garrett, Catherine Grant's poise. Ruth Stratton, the quick temper of Alice Hayes. Olympia Taddeo, the basketball adroitness of Gertrude Hegeman. Edith Ollivett and Catherine Martin, the helpful manner of Sarah Helms. Josephine Meier, the timidity of Doris Hunt. Constance Faulkner, the pedagogical attitude of Edna Jacobs. Helen Cook, Mildred Jones' characteristic giggle. Mary Bauer, the shapeliness of Anna Keenen. Dorothy Adams, Marie Ke1ley's popularity. Constance Tartter, the mouselike manner of Ada Lynch. Antionette D'Angelo, the jolliness of Leona MacElveen. Antoinette Rinaldi, Myrtle Mellenthin's "Ma Dame" air. Barbara Postler, Alice Miller's ivory sailor, with the request that it be con- stantly worn in a conspicuous place. Virginia Coulter, Muriel Monroe's store of sunshine. Jennie Knickerbocker, Miriam Morgan's dancing ability. Hazel Clum, the unobtrusiveness of Sarah Nardone. Charlotte Moore, the pleasant, even disposition of Helen Relyea. Anita Timmons, Beatrice Rittinger's ability to tease. Louise Stockholm, Rose Sabia's magnetic personality. Virginia Spilbor, the intellectual attainments of Phyllis Singleton. Margaret Brennan, Evelyn Skelly's ability to make friends. Doris Knapp, Elizabeth Sleight's desire to please. Mary Pfleider, Elizabeth Wade's dimples. Grace Lyons, Dorothy Zimmer's admirable tact. Barbara Beam, the collection of sweaters owned by Gladys Whiting. the office, our cherished accumulation of pink slips to be kept on file as a permanent testimonial to our perpetual activity. the Janitors, our irremovable tracks which we have placed so lovingly and conspicuously in prominent places. In witness whereof, we hereby place our hand and seal. "THE CLASS or 1937." flhc cf 'G ff ' ff ff 'L,? X' , K9 f ' ' l k ff ., ff 4 X V2 1, X fy, , k - .- J, ,7 5 X 'ff '5 ,Z f ' f ,ff 'lf yx 5 r E f ff X, Q I ' ' f' A xl. f X , if ' f ' ff X Q f N p u Kdx N I x 12,774 -f X YV 'Q 1 Y- L I Y .- I W!! 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I 1' Ralph Adams Jeanne Aldrich Shirley Alley Jane Armstrong Edwin Banham Margaret Beck Doris Becker Ura Bishop Winifred Blanchan Jeanette Booth Helen Bostwick Margaret Bradley Mary Brady Shirley Brenner Mary Britteau Geraldine Brown Glenda Camburn Helen Chaplinski Harold Coutant Howard Cramer Daniel D'Angelo Lucine Davis Dorothy Decker George Deichler Pearl Delaney Beatrice Donohue George Eberhard Helen Eglin Joseph Elton Philip Fishkin Richard Enders Margaret Fay Thomas Flanagan Martha Gerhart Freshmen Closs James Germiller Joseph Gleason Ruth Groom Joseph Hartlieb William Hendricks Helen Hennessey James Hennessey Marshall Hewlett Lillemore Holve Ernestine Horton Gordon Hughes James Inouye Charles Jackson Wanda Karwasinski John Kernaghan Donald King Geraldine Lee John Lewis Floyd Longyear Clifford Lovelace John Luhman Steve Lukacs Marshall MacElveen Ruth Malone Hellin McGee Eileen McGlynn Clinton Mead Doris Meisner Shirley Merritt Irene Miller Anna Monroe William Monroe Beatrice Morello Gifford Morey Silvio Morreale Dorothy Morrell Howard Morris Marvin Murphy Francis Murray Elizabeth Myer Yolanda Nardone Irene Newman Lucille Northrop Theodore Northrop Marjorie Ollivett Warren Ollivett Joyce Outwater Margaret Owen Ernest Palmquist Irving Parks Dorothy Pascoe Dorothy Peasely Edgar Peters lVIarion Petty Pauline Pfautz Elizabeth Plain Bristow Plass Francis Plenzig Clara Porter Wallace Porter Wallace Post Harry Powers Donald Priest Doris Pullman Harold Pultz Adelaide Purdy Richard Rhea John Richards Frank Wright James Rose Virginia Rossbach Ida Rozelle Virginia Russell Frank Ryan William Scarchilli Margaret Schmallberger Katherine Schroeder Elizabeth Scott Marian Seitz Lewis Short Katherine Simpson Marian Smith Shirley Smith Violet Sobienski Thomas Sullivan James Swartz Donald Teal Louise Tice Sara Tillou Ruth Tompkins Elsie Tooker Henry Traver Leonard Travis Irving Tripp Frank Valentino Louis Valentino Clara VanVlack Milton Vess Hubert Waelde Harry Warwick Mildred Weber Elly Wilhelm Harold Wishart ,,- rf' XY? 1 Q1 4, ff - ' N 1 X N T F X Ml. Q f Q, ge- if fl fi Q M? .-. T - . . Y I X i -"' -Z, I X , mf 'm',,,. -,r ? JZ u VV ' ',,- - f , J, f,f-f ff X L :UZ 4, .f ' 4 l h Zi - X i D IX 1 x, . Sv X1 nw 'lik Student Council This is a student democracy if ever there was one. Gaining more and more privileges each day, the students of Arlington have begun to realize the value of liberal school management. This body has a right to pass or veto 'tlaws" which concern classes and school routine. It is with pride that we compare this body with the nation's governmental system. The council has in view the publication of a Student Handbook that will be offered the students this coming fall semester. President - - Vincent Amato Secretary-Treasurer - Dorothea Parker Faculty Advisor - George B. MacAndrews May Brown Marshall MacElveen Andrew Pink Elizabeth Scott Evelyn Skelly Eugene Stockholm Welfare Squad The "police" of Arlington High School have an excellent record to their credit in alleviating the duties of the small number of town officials. Under the guidance of Mr. Leahy, the squad has assisted in making all of our activities orderly. The insignia of the Welfare Squad is a badge of honor to the bearer and Arlington should be proud to have such dependable members. President ------ Charles Barton Vice-President - - Robert Bennett Secretary - Marie Kelley Faculty Advisor - - - Francis Leahy Charles Allan Barbara Beam Wesley Bradley May Brown Paul Brown Doris Clearwater Virginia Coulter Donald Cross James Delia George Deichler Sarah Helms James Inouye August Kampfer Norbert Koenig Joseph Manning Patsy Morreale Ethel Proctor Arthur Ringwood James Ryan Eugene Scerebine Raymond Schattle Edward Schnell Clifford Schnell Mildred Smith Phyllis Singleton Jean Underwood Gustaf Velletri Harold Van de Bogart Emmons Wiltse Edna Wright John Wright Dorothy Zimmer Lawrence Ostrander Dorothy Adams 1..- ,. . A The Arlingtonion For '36-'37 The Arlingtonian for the '36-'37 term was published in two issues. The sec- ond issue was produced by two separate staffs which worked alternately on the production of the paper. This system turned out a really successful paper. Arlington again entered the Dutchess County Press League. and in early June 1937, the final meeting of the Press League was held at the Arlington High School. Editors-in-Chief Faculty Advisors Vincent Amato Charles Batt Elizabeth Bradley Paul Brown Mary Byrne Doris Clearwater Katherine Comer Anna Daloia Antionette D'Angelo Phyllis Davison Dorothy Dcnney Ada Doughty Marion Doughty VVilliam Fox Catherine Grant Mildred Jones August Kampfer Anna Keenen Marie Kelley Donald Knapp Norbert Koenig George Mastin Edward Pesano Viola A. Wood Marjorie Longmuir George MacAndrews MEMBERS or THE STAFF Jocelyn Meddaugh Charles Miller Harry Monroe Muriel Monroe Beatrice Morello Edith Ollivett Marjorie Ollivett Margaret Owen Dorothea Parker Elizabeth Plain Leona Plenzig John Richards Eugene Scerebini Cliilord Schnell George Scott Mildred Smith Irving Tripp Leonard Travis Jean Underwood Una Underwood Elizabeth Warren Raymond Wilbur lnterscholostic Deboters A telling point, that! Having delivered a ringing challenge to the opposition, the third affirmative speaker sits down to listen to the childish and misguided opinions to be offered by the negative. With polished charm and persuasive manner, clear thought and clear speech, battering issue and irrefutable logic,-but you may not think this is quite an accurate description of our debaters! The Debate Club of Arlington High School has been rapidly gaining its rightful place of importance in extra-curricular activities, and furthermore it now ranks fifth highest among the smallerschools in the National Forensic Leagues rating. This year its members were victorious in the majority of debates in which they participated. President - - August Kampfer Secretary - - Phyllis Davison Treasurer - - - Jean Barr Faculty Advisor - Margaret Cussler Dorothy Denney Doris Pullman James Inouye Elizabeth Warren Harry Monroe Gertrude Whiteford Dorothy Morell On Tuesday nights Room 208 is a hive of industry. Arlington High School bankers are at workg tellers busily record depositsg trained bookkeepers record them on ledger cardsg a clerk transfers deposits to an interest-bearing account. The Banking Club is a school of experience in filing, accounting, and in the duties of a bank cashier. Our bankers enjoy this business experience, under the super- vision of the Poughkeepsie Savings Bank. and also learn how to work harmon- iously with others. President File Clerks Transfer Clerk Tellers Bookkeepers Faculty Advisor Joseph Eberhard fMay Brown lEthel Proctor Anna Keenen Mildred Humphrey Mary Pfleider Charles Rittinger Dorothy Zimmer Antionette D'Angelo Donald Marshall Mildred Jones Lawrence Ostrander Barbara Postler - Edna J. Greer Girls' Glee Club The Glee Club was founded in March, 1936. Thirty girls met one period a week. Later in the season they joined with the Boys' Glee Club and successfully staged an operetta, Peggy and the Pirate. This year, fifty girls joined, meeting two periods a week and gaining Regents credit. At present, the two clubs are combining again, this time to give us the colorful Pinafore, a comic opera by Gil- bert and Sullivan. President - - - Matilda Siegel Vice-President - - - Margaret Buckley Secretary - Jennie Knickerbocker Treasurer - - - Grace Van Natten Librarian - Louise Foresta Director - - - - Eunice COCkI'0ft Mary Bauer Mabel Bradley Margaret Brennan Katherine Comer Helen Cook Virginia Coulter Antionette D'Angelo Margaret DeGroff Dorothy Denny Julia Denny Dorothy Dinka Marie Donovan Constance Faulkner Sarah Flanagan Loretta Fratz Catherine Grant Marie Kelley Caroline Laffin Sarah Lockwood Lucille Marquette Hellin McGee Margaret Miller Grace O'Conner Mary Ollivett Adeline Rodack Jean Schroeder Eugenia Scisco Marguerite Sharkey Elizabeth Sleight Elizabeth Sherow Mildred Smith Madeline Soules Virginia Spilbor Dorothy Stevenson Ruth Stratton Olympia Taddeo Constance Tartter Katherine Tillou Anita Timmons Una Underwood Lillian VanAck00y Helen Whitely Esther Whiting Mary Wolven Winifred Miller f www: Boys' Glee Club Music hath charms-." Maybe that tuinout But nevertheless, under the able have cel tainly shown nne voice quality. If equal to the one given last year, surely the Faculty Director - Emil Anderson Alfred Antenucci Anthony Antenucci Edwin Banham Frank Beacham Wesley Bradley John Briggs Charles Budd William Daly George Deeder Daniel D'Angelo Richard Enders Winfred Enders Thomas Flanagan William Fox James Germiller Joseph Gleason Robert Haslam Jack Howe Joseph Kistner Clifford Lattin Floyd Longyear is the reason for the laige glee club direction of Mr. Kellerhouse the boys they can produce an opeietta which is ir ability will be iecognized - Stanley Kellei house Clifford Lovelace Clifford Marshall Donald Marshall George Mastin Charles Miller Marvin Murphy Silvio Morreale James Nichols Stephen Owsiany Donald Priest Harold Pi,-lty Richard Rhea James Ryan Donald Sabia Stanton Sherow Leon Sisco Leonard Travis Henry Traver Frank Valentino Harold Van de Bogart Gustaf Velletri William Wishart Orchestra The orchestra was formed in March, 1934. Eight members rehearsed at noon one day a week. Two periods a week for rehearsals, and Regents credit make this organization attractive to the students of music. Violins Clarinet Trumpets Guitar Drums Director F Viola Avery Phyllis Davison Dory Parker Grace Van N atten Helen Whitely ' Gifford Morey f Frank Ryan Hubert Waelde George Montross Irving Tripp ' ' i - Eunice Cockroft In Memoriam a member of the Orchestra foi 2 yeais and 2 months ROBERT EDGAR WAELDE Library Club The Library Club enlarged its scope in many ways this year. There were more members than ever before, and a greater number of activities formed a part of the program. Aside from work at the desk and general routine duties, the mem- bers learned how to mend and mark books, file cards, and arrange bulletin boards. Since all work and no play makes a dull club, there were parties and trips to en- liven the year's program, including a trip to Vassar Library and a final banquet. President ------ Edith Ollivett Vice-President - Una Underwood Secretary - - Catherine Martin Treasurer - - Constance Faulkner Faculty Advisor - - - - - Ruth Clow Margaret Brennan Julia Burnett Mary Byrne Helen Cook Antionette D'Angelo Mildred Dinka Myrtle Farrier Grace Grant Bertelle Hargrave Mildred Humphrey Mildred Jones Doris Knapp Jennie Knickerbocker Geraldine Lee Catherine Martin Hellin McGee Jocelyn Meddaugh June Merritt William Miller Edith Ollivett Marjorie Ollivett Jean Outwater Leona Plenzig Adeline Rodack Eugenia Scisco Marian Seitz Elizabeth Sherow Virginia Spilbor Louise Stockholm Una Underwood Gertrude Whiteford Mary Wolven Forum Lotinum The Forum Latinum fLatin Forurnj, which in Rome was a meeting-place for work and pleasure, was started in Arlington High School by the Latin class of 1937 under the direction of Miss Swan. Besides providing fun for its members, the club does its part in helping the school, and takes yearly trips for enjoyment and education. President - - Elizabeth Warren Vice-President - - - Joseph Kistner Secretary - - Doreathea Parker Treasurer - - - - - Lurline Gilbert Faculty Advisor - - - Marion Swan LATIN I LATIN II Jeanette Booth Katherine Comer Myrtle Farrier Ruth Groom Guy Haskins Helen Hennessey James Inouye Jeanette Kopser Winifred Murray Theodore Northrop Joyce Outwater Mildred Peterson Marian Petty Virginia Russell Margaret Schmallberger Betty Scott Marian Smith Marjorie Smith Jean Barr Elizabeth Bernath Malachy Byrne Mary Byrne Phyllis Davison Julia Denney Sarah Lockwood Sophie Michon Winifred Miller Jean Outwater Eugene Scerebini Matilda Siegel Dorothy Stevenson Peter Tennis Irving Thompson Una Underwood Grace Van Natten Peter Walker Katherine Whalen Gertrude Whiteford Le Cercle Francois Imagine yourself in Homemaking Room, period VI, twice a month! Eager eyes light up! A French cross-word puzzle, perhaps a game, or a riddle! Now a lively dialogue is enacted, or a playlet. Perhaps they will sing before the whole school next year one of those French ballads, martial airs, or modern tunes they seem to enjoy so much. PTeSide7'It - Grace Lygn Secretary - - Betty Garrett T Antionette D'Angelo reasurers - - i Lurline Gilbert Faculty Advisor - - - - Louise Miller Stanley Andres Jean Barr Julia Burnett Mary Byrne Donald Coutant Phyllis Davison Raymond Delaney August Kampfer Marie LaBell Catherine Martin Josephine Meier Sophie Michon Patsy Morreale Antoinette Rinaldi Beatrice Rittinger Phyllis Singleton Peter Tennis Irving Thompson Charles Tully Oliver Vail Betty Warren Gertrude Whiteford Helen Whitely William Wishart we www W' - W- Photogrophy Club A new activity was introduced into the extra-curricular program of the Arlington High School this year: a Photography Club, organized to take, develop, and print its own pictures. Equipment and supplies for this work were purchased with money raised through dues paid monthly by the members of the club. As equipment and experience are increased, it is hoped that the Photography Club will be able to more completely fulfill its two objectives: 1. To give a sound understanding of the principles of light and photography. 2. To render service to the school with a pictorial record of its activities. Preszdent - - - Secretary-Treasurer - Faculty Advisor - Alex Anderson Stewart Anderson Frank Beacham Robert Beck Kenneth Bennett Donald Brewster Helen Chaplinski Helen Clinton Harold Coutant Anna Daloia Stanley Decker Raymond Delaney Earl Dufour Winfred Enders Joseph Gleason Guy Haskins - - Charles Allen - Martin Nelson - - Francis Leahy Norbert Koenig Marshall MacElveen Patsy Morreale Marvin Murphy Edgar Peters Donald Priest Virginia Russell Frank Ryan James Ryan John Shannon Henry Traver Leonard Travis Harold Van de Bogart Ross Wentworth Thomas William Emmons Wiltsie Kathleen Haslam ' ff . li Student Drivers Associotion This organization has aided tremendously in promoting careful driving. The association was one of the first groups to be organized in response to the need for safe and sane motoring. Its rules and regulations were entirely drawn up by students and their enforcement is a co-operative enterprise, So far as we know, Arlington High School is the only school in this state that can boast of such a safety organization. President - - - Paul Brown Faculty Advisor - George B. MacAndrews William Aldrich John Briggs Glen Carpenter Winfred Enders William Fox William Francisco Raymond Hawley Raymond Ireland Marie Kelley Earl Knickerbocker Elliott Odell Andrew Pink Leona Plenzig Ralph Powell James Rose Leon Scisco Francis Sleight Charles Still William Sundbloom Kenneth Smith Donald Timmons Jean Underwood Marquis Van de Water Edna Wright Arlington A, A, Utticers The Arlington Athletic Association was organized this year with three ath- letes as officers. The drive for membership was immediately started. The asso- ciation is very proud of its record this year, both in sports and finances. It has had outstanding teams in every branch of sport, and the treasury shows that more interest has been taken in athletics than ever before. President ------ Robert Bennett Vice-President - Merium Morgan Secretary - - Charles Barton Treasurer - - Albert G. Newnham -aw, -V rv' . . Cheer Leaders It is no easy task to try to instill a feeling for our "Alma Mater" in the hearts of students. But with the aid of this group of constantly cheering patriots, Arling- ton has been lauded for its spirit, both in victory and defeat. It is seldom that this organization receives credit for its work, but the school is proud of its presence. Captain - Charles Barton Acting Captain - - - Stewart Andrews Dorothy Dinka June Merritt Lurline Gilbert Dory Parker Marie Kelley Track Team While the track season has yet to begin, Arlington is sure to be proud of this fine assemblage of young men whose individual ability should capture the County Championship for the 3rd successive year. Look for the insignia of the Maroon and Gold on the winning team! Coach - - - Assistant Coach - Managers William Aldrich Robert Bennett Roy Bishop Paul Brown Stanley Decker James Exum William Francisco Robert Haslam Raymond Hawley - Albert G. Newnham - Stanley H. Kellerhouse Frank Grandeo - Jack Shannon Stanton Sherow Earl Knickerbocker Patsy Morreale Elliott Odell Theodore Philipbar Edward Pesano Donald Timmons Harry Walters Harold Wishart William Wishart iii ES naw lik wif: mm eff EKG: WW fini: R f lifiii WWW rwg tw ,I :zm-26: V ' A 171' I . 1- mf arm - ..., I ? WW " W W mam ' U may A pw mf W 321' wk f ' ' SYM mar: 5, ..' -.Jw 'fin 75 g Q, as Cross Country Il xou :mu INNLI lun uphlll and down through streams md oxm fnnus lf xmn lungs hmvo mvox fall the toxtulod p.mgQ of breathlossnnss xou cant xp pun 111 tha Oldllll that thu moss Lountmv IUNIICI undergoes It IN vxxth pude that wa pomt to than Maloon runncxs and my that ne-xu h IN xunh .1 sm 111 squad Lxhlblted Quch an excdlcnt showing aqalnst Glgldk X C flpllllll Donald TIIDIUOHN Mmzacqev - Frank Beacham Coach F1anC1s Leahx Rubut Bcnmtt Jwmow Exum Rox Bnhop E111 Knickcrbocku Paul Blow n Wllllam Wishart Football Our lightweight football line, fighting against tremendous odds, made huge openings for the equally light backfield. The team crowned the season's success with a decisive 15-0 victory over the Blue and White of Poughkeepsie. Captain ------ Robert Bennett CO-Managers - - - William Aldrich Vincent Brady Coach - -- - Albert G. Newnham Assistant Coach - - Stanley H. Kellerhouse Stanley Andres Anthony Antenucci Charles Batt Oscar Boone Paul Brown Malachy Byrne Glen Carpenter William Daly Nicholas D'Angelo James Davies Aaron Decker Stanley Decker James Delia William Francisco Frank Grandeo Walter Hahn Robert Haslam Raymond Hawley Edward Howard Nicholas Juliano Frank Keenen Joseph Kistner Hugh Knickerbocker Walter Logan Marshall MacElveen Angus Maclsaac Clifford Marshall Francis Murray Francis Plenzig Donald Priest Milton Vess Harry Walters Richard Rhea Leon Scisco George Scott Eugene Stockholm Leonard Travis Irving Tripp Frank Valentino Louis Valentino Ronald Van Klceck Gus Velletri ln Memoriam ROBERT EDGAR WAELDE a member of the Foot.ball Team for 3 years Girls' Basketball Team The wonderful material of this team warranted them the circuit champion ship. But bad breaks reduced certain victories to defeats. Although they finished third in the Central Division, this showing does not speak for the calibei which they displayed. Many of their losses were suffered by only one or two points Captain ------ Gertrude Hegeman Manager - - Helen Whitely Constance Faulkner Assistant Managers - Dory Pafkel' K Jane Schiller Coach - - - Dorothy Bennett Elizabeth Bernath Antionette D'Angelo Dorothy Denny Lurline Gilbert Sarah Lockwood Winifred Miller - Magdalen Adeline Rodak Eugenia Scisco Matilda Siegel Dorothy Stevenson Olympia Taddeo Una Underwood Edna Wright Mary Pfleider Smith Boys' Basketball The Maroon basketball team performed very commendably on the couit winning eight and losing five games. We owe our most sincere thanks to oui coaches for their tireless efforts to develop a team worthy of representing A H S Captain - Manager - Assistant Managers Coach - - Assistant Coach Charles Barton - Frank Beacham Marshall MacElveen Harold Coutant Albert G, Newnham Francis T. Leahy Vincent Amato Kenneth Bennett Oscar Boone Nicholas D'Angelo Aaron Decker Clare DuPrau William Francisco William Martin Leonard McGlynn Patsy Morreale Andrew Pink James Ryan Raymond Schattle Harry Walters Angus Maclsaac 'ii' Baseball Team Although the season is still in its infancy, the baseball team of this school promises to give a good account of itself and probably to annex the Centi al D1v1 sion Championship. With a wonderful amount of material plus excellent in serves. the Maroon nine threatens to be a powerhouse at bat and a dynamo on the defense. 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Q ' 'fn ,QWM B-'IIAlJ.vir.h X xxx The Poreht Teochers Associotioh ARLINGTON GRADE AND I-HGH SCHOOL Poughkeepsie, New York Affiliated with New York State Congress of Parents and Teachers Theme-KNOW OUR SCHOOLS OFFICERS Mrs. John M. Briggs, President - - - 18 Streit Avenue Mrs. Charles Wolven, Vice-President - 9 Tallady Place Mrs. George Scott, 2nd Vice-President - - - Stonecrest Francis Leahy, 3rd Vice-President - - White Street Mrs. Gordon Hughes, Secretary - Springside Avenue Mrs. Ralph Taylor, Treasurer Mountain View Road EXECUTIVE COUNCIL George A. Schiavone Mrs. George Scott Donald Clearwater Miss Agnes Flint COMMITTEES MEMBERSHIP Mrs. Raymond Caldwell Mrs. Philip DePuy REFRESHMENTS Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs . Richard Hellard Mrs. . William Donavon . Stanton Sherow . Charles Wolven Howard Martin PROGRAM Mrs. Sylvester J. Perkins Mrs. Oscar D'Luhosch Mrs. John M. Briggs Donald Clearwater PUBLICITY Mrs. Harold C. Feroe FOUNDERS DAY PROGRAM AND Mrs. Thomas Mackey Mrs. Harold C. Feroe RELIEF Miss Marion Fratz George B. MacAndrews Miss Elizabeth Palethorpe CARDS AND FLow1-:Rs Mrs. John M. Briggs HOSPITALITY Mrs. William Bennett Charles Warren Mrs. Mrs. Charles Garrison Mrs. R. Morrell MUSIC Congratulations, Graduates! To all young men and women graduating from Arlington High School we extend our best wishes, The Savings Bank has followed you throughout your school years with its school banking service, and will gladly serve you in the years to come. POUGHKEEPSIE SAVINGS BANK f X X gusuvfs I , Q, ,,-C fc, . ff,b?EN X I 15 1-f E 0 llfmiwm ! , P l l I-4 "Vg I ,JA X Just sincere congratulations to the 1937 Class of Arlington High School from the Students and Faculty of POUGHKEEPSIE BUSINESS INSTITUTE 32 SOUTH CHERRY STREET Clayton Haight FANCY GROCERIES AND MEATS SNOWBALL STCRES Telephone 2-651 DRINK "COCA COLA" in bottles Visit our sanitary modern plant POUGHKEEPSIE BRANCH 10-16 Raymond Ave. Did You Ever Wonder Why Everyone Comes to Luckey's? Ask any of your friends and you will Gnd that. almost without ex- ception, they do at least a part of their shopping at l.uckey's. Did you ever stop to think why? Over the period of 68 years we have arrived at some pretty definite conclusions on this subject. XYe have found that to- have what folks want, when they want it. and at the price that they want to pay is to have them shop with us. Never was this policy stronger than today. Shop at l.uckey's- .-Xnd See For Yourself. Luckey, Platt 3 Co. Congratulations and Best Wishes To All You Seniors! Many of your alumni have been in our classes during the past ten years. They have done well in business and have been pleasant to have in this school. lf you need further Business Education, please investigate this school thorough- ly. We believe we can do a thorough, modern, ellicient job for you. Courses: Secretarial, Stenographic, Bookkeeping, and special work on re- quest. Day and ight sessions. 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