Arlington High School - Indian Yearbook (Arlington, MA)

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Till ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 940 ' ' fdcLX ' Book i Pul-CiJUJ C’n rHE SENIOR CLASS of tlie ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL ARLINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS DEDICATION We, the Class of 1940. dedicate this. our year book, to Warren Dunn and Leon Frankcl, members of our class who died during the course of our high school career and whom we re- member with affection. Warren Dunn, who died in his sophomore year, was an honor student in the technical course. He was a member of the football squad, won his letter in track, and planned to en- ter Annapolis. Leon Frankcl. who died in his junior year, was taking a college course. He was assistant manager of the baseball team Photography and bicycling were his favorite activities. Arthur, Lawrence P. Bailey, Bessie B. Barber, Elmer E. Barry, Mary Barry, Veronica Binnig, Theresa Brown, Iris Bullock, Sarah Burbank, Dorothy Burke, W. Ray Burr, Marjorie Campbell, Charles Campbell, May Casey, Alma Cheney, Evangeline Conway, Bessie Cooper, Louise Donovan, Mary Dow, Arline Downs, Charles Eaton, Douglass Einzig, L. Hassler Fowler, Alban Fusco, George £e max Herman Gammons. Principal Raymond S. Morrill, Assistant Principal Gray, Martha Harlow, Leola Hickey, Mary Hunt, Ruth Jenks, Alice Jerardi, Grace Jewett, Ida Johnson, Carl Johnston, Claire Kapff, George Kemp, Gerard Kennedy, Constance Kennedy, Mary Kenney, James F. Krastin. Theresa Lantz, Jennie Lowder, William Matthews, Helen Moffatt, Martha Nash, Helen Ostergren, Fred Parks, Lois Peck, Eugenia Pennell, Harriett Petralia. Guy Porter, Gladys Preston, Alice Prestwood, Mary Richardson, Dorothy Robinson, Arthur Rooney, Dorothy (Miss Murray) Rounds, Dorothy Sandberger, Sydney Shedd, Min nie Skinner, Charles Starratt, Geneva Taber, Vivian Toner, James Treat, Alice Wakefield, Lura Wallace, Russell Wardle, Ethelwyn Warner, Roger Withered . Carl Wright, Lois (Miss Tewksbu ry) Back Row: B. Quigley, E. Twitchell, P. Gunning, P. Bond, H. Evans, H. Farrow, H. Hamilton, M. McCormick, M. Burns, S. Robinson. Front Row: M. Tait, N. Smith, M. O’Neill, M. Johnson, J. Hagan, G. Sloan, M. Quinzani, C. Wunderly, E. Marshall, C. Iaconis, L. Bonardi. Editor in -Chief , GARDNER SLOAN Marie Abbruzzese Peggy Bond Martha Burns Barbara Burr Barbara Butler Lucia Bonardi John Dockham Patricia Gunning Helen Hamilton Jeanne Hagan Catherine Iaconis Marion Johnson Donald Mann Elizabeth Marshall Mary McCormick Margaret O’Neill Mary Quinzani Betty Quigley Sally Robinson Roberta Richardson Marjorie Semonian Norma Smith Marion Tait Elaine Twitchell Charlotte Wunderly Business Manager, NORMA ANDERSON Photographs, HERBERT EVANS, HARMON FARROW Typist, Violet Worden Warren Dale President Elizabeth Marshall V ice- President Jeanne Hagan Secretary Robert Sanders T reasurer CLASS U1 beniors Marie Louise Abbruzzese 1 02 Lake Street Dramatic Club , Yearbook Committee The Pierce Secretarial School is the goal for Miss “Pots and Pans. " Throughout her school career the first seat in the first row has always been her pet annoyance. Ara Jacob Adamian 336 Mystic Street Track, Class Basketball Always interested in big business. Error " is headed for B. U.-C. B. A. His two pin boys will never forget how busy he kept them. Robert Carl Abrahamson 103 Mt. Vernon Street Band. Model Aero Club “Bob’ ' is a promising lad heading for M. L T. for training in aeronautical engineering. But he won’t be too busy. Friday evenings — anyone inter- ested phone Arl. 562 1-J. Robert William Ahern 72 Amsden Street Hockey. Baseball. Track This baseball enthusiast is high- minded. for “Bob " wants to become an aviator. May he succeed at Boston College and in his chosen work. Elva A. Acorn 8 Parker Street Gilbert and Sullivan. Glee Club. Dramatic Club N. E. Conservatory of Music will have an addition next year in the per- sonage of “Red " who is quite a singer. Graduation will hold first place in her mind for years to come. Jean Margaret Alt 28 Exeter Street Field Hockey. Class Basketball . Baseball. Gilbert and Sullivan " Swede ' s’’ off to Mt. Ida to be a doctor ' s secretary. Miss Binnig ' s ad- vice about office work will always have a prominent place in her mind. (Page Thirteen) Fred Charles Anderson. Jr. 39 Temple Street Band, Orchestra To study accounting is Fred ' s am- bition, so it ' s B. C. for him. Men- tion building miniature railroads and he ' ll sit up and take notice. Shirley E. Anderson 1 0 Belknap Street Next fall " Shirl " will enter Lasell ■ Ir. She enjoys horseback riding dur- ing her leisure time. Graduation will always be uppermost in her memory. George Eric Anderson 42 High Haith Road Honor Roll “Andy” will invade University of Maine to further his knowledge. He enjoys hockey especially. He ' ll al- ways remember his first " A " conferred on him by Mr. Warner. Claire Armstrong 10 Magnolia Street Class Basketball The winter sports of the U. of N. H. appeal to " Mickey " : therefore she plans to go there next year. However, she doesn ' t think she ' ll ever forget her A. H. S. friends. Norma Elisabeth Anderson 1 0 High Haith Road Gilbert and Sullivan, Year Book Committee " Normie " will follow her father ' s footsteps in florist designing by enter- ing Mass. State. Looking for eleva- tors and organizing Tech skating par- ties have held her attention. Rose Nevart Avakian 58 Massachusetts Avenue Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Drama Club, Gilbert and Sulli- van, Debating Club, Quill Nevart enjoys helping the sick so she will train in the N. E. Baptist Hospital to become a nurse. She is going to en- tertain her patients with her singing. (Page Fourteen) Ruth Leslie Bagley 94 Quincy Street Orchestra. Dramatic Club Miss Wardle ' s account of her travels will live vividly in " Les’ ” mind and after she graduates from Simmons she hopes to travel. Charles Edward Bamberg 14 Moulton Road Orchestra. Band. Track. Dra- matic Club. Gilbert and Sullivan " Dutch " hopes to be an auto racer or a chief engineer on a ship. He is going to the Nantucket Training Ship. (Page Fifteen) Gene Elizabeth Baldwin 80 Brooks Avenue Honorable Mention Ambitious Gene attended Hickox evening school last winter and decided she hasn ' t had enough so she is going back for more. Barbara Ann Barrett 1 7 Kilsythe Road Some day we shall hear from " Bee " saying that she won the Nobel Prize in science. She is going to Framingham and hopes that all future chemistry classes will be like Mr. Kemp’s. Marianna Balzer 156 Appleton Street Dramatic Club " Joy " likes to meet new students and is always " on the go. " She intends to study nursing and will probably attend two or three colleges before she gradu- ates. Charles Edward Barrett 137 Westminster Avenue Student Council. Junior Prom Committee • Chari ie will long remember his Review Math class and plans to earn a B.S. degree at Bates where he will prob- ably be able to pursue his favorite ac- tivities of skating, swimming, and dancing. Josephine Bartholomew 6 Lome Road Hockey Team. Basket bull Team. Cheer Leader. Girls ' A. A. ‘ Sis.’ who is very much interested in athletics, also enjoys dancing a great deal, and plans to attend the Allen School of Design. Robert Benjamin 3 5 Norfolk Road Dramatic Club " Benny’ ' hasn’t decided what he wants to do next year. Whatever it may be. we wish you all the luck in the world. Helen A. Basmaji an 8 2 Winter Street Honor Roll. Dramatic Club ' Askic” was one of the honor stu- dents and believes that she will remem- ber her music class long after she gradu- ates. Ruth Helen Benson 99 Nibbert Street Helen ' s ambition is to be a typist: hence she is going to Bryant and Strat- ton s next year. Her favorite activi- ties are skating, skiing, tennis, and dancing. Ruth Jeannette Belliveau 68 Brooks Avenue Gilbert and Sullivan Club. Glee Club (President), Tennis, Dramatic Club " Ruthie’’ intends to go to Chand- ler’s to be a private secretary. She en- joys the hockey games and swimming, and thinks she will remember her grad- uation the longest. Annie Berberian 1 1 Exeter Street Christmas Play ’Ann” has always dreamed of being a secretary: so she will go to Katherine Gibbs. She likes swimming, tennis, and dancing and belongs to the Sub Deb Club. (Page Sixteen) Cleo Bergstrom 3 Edith Street T ennis Cleo wants a career as a business woman ; so she will attend Miss Pierce ' s school. Favorite outside activities are winter sports, swimming, and dancing. Her best friends are those she has made in high school Jacqueline L. Bertolami 1 1 Mary Street Dramatic Club " Bertie’ ' intends to go to Burdett ' s to become a stenographer. She en joys ice-skating more than any other sport. Joseph Johnson Bevins 127 Scituate Street Baseball A good cheerful pal is " Joe Bev. " At Dartmouth he will make many more friends. We have no worries as to his success in the future. Dorothy N. Biagi 1 1 6 Edm und Road " Dottie " will long remember her graduation from high school. Next year she plans to attend Lasell Jr. Col- lege. Muriel F. Black 105 5 Massachusetts Avenue " The Quill. ' ' Class Basketball. Class Tennis Muriel will go to Chandler ' s. She likes dancing and will remember the good times she had during her three years and her graduation. Nubar Boghosian 134 Appleton Street Dramatic Club Nubar is interested in aviation and commercial flying. He wants to go to Parks Air College to study aviation. (Page Seventeen) Lucia Adelaide Bonardi Marguerite Ellen Bond Theresa Ruth Borgstrom 329 Park Avenue Gilbert and Sullivan Club. “The Quill.’’ Dramatic Club. G. A. A., Honor Roll, Year Book Committee " Lulu” has been a faithful stand-by at all the football games. Next year she will attend Burdett ' s to enroll in a secretarial course. Helen Ann Boudreau 26 Brattle Street " Chunky " likes roller skating, he ' r classmates, and dressmaking. She wants to do office work after graduation. 42 Brantwood Road “Admirable Crichton.” “The Devil Comes to Alcaray,” Class Basketball. Class Tennis, Gil- bert and Sullivan, Dramatic Club, Dance Committee of “Harvest Hop” " Peggy " will always remember her part in " Admirable Crichton " when she was a sophomore. She plans to go to Edgewood Park Jr. College to study journalism. Alice Ruth Brazas 101 Egerton Road Dramatic Club " Breezy” is heart-broken because she lost a bet on the Arlington-Melrosc game. She will attend Katherine Gibbs’ School to prepare to be a secre- tary. 70 Fountain Road " Tree " will attend Chandler’s Sec- retarial School next year. She will re- member longest the people she has met this year. What does that mean, " Tree " ? Frank Bresnihan 72 Freeman Street Class Basketball, Baseball, T rack Frank’s favorite exercise is swim- ming. He plans to enter Tufts. Mem- ories of Mr. Eaton will always be with him. (Page Eighteen) Alphonso P. Brillante 35 North Union Street Football, Track, Hockey, Glee Club, Band “Foe” likes excitement and adven- ture. He wants to be a state trooper, — for the uniform or the gun, “Foe”? Lincoln A. Brogi 154 Hillside Avenue Hockey T ransportation " Buddy,” who is going to Stock- bridge to study agriculture, is an en- thusiast of hunting and fishing, and thinks he will remember Miss Barry’s fifth period class. Marilyn L. Brooks 48 Lakehill Avenue Glee Club, Tennis, Gilbert and Sullivan " Reddy. " whose dancing is worth noticing, enjoys swimming and skiing, and has many hobbies; she plans to study to become a social secretary. Dorothy Ann Brown 52 Trowbridge Street School Paper, Class Tennis “Dotty, " who is headed for Fisher’s to take a secretarial course, derives her greatest enjoyment from dancing. She reserves a corner of her memory for our football teams. Marion Brown 1 5 Albermarle Street Honor Roll Marion, who represents a combina- tion of beauty and brains, has made up her mind to go to B. U. and train for social work; she finds great pleasure in dancing. Ralph Warren Brown 24 Pine Ridge Road Model Aero Club Ralph plans to enter Tufts to take up mechanical engineering and then aeronautical engineering. He is inter- ested in model airplanes, and he is a dangerous opponent in ping-pong. (Page Nineteen) Robert K. Brown, Jr. 46 Westmoreland Avenue Baseball, Hockey, Football, Honor Roll, Orchestra " Brownie.’ ' a regular attendant of the movies, is preparing to go to Northeastern to become an accountant. Apparently he believes that “variety is the spice of life.’’ Mary Liticia Bullock 136 Robbins Road Field Hockey Mary has helped our girls’ team win many a hockey game. She is full of pep and is a lot of fun. Success, Mary, to your future ! James Daniel Browne 840 Massachusetts Avenue James, whose chief interest is in sports, particularly baseball and hockey, will go to Bentley ' s to study account- ing. William Henry Bunton 39 Davis Avenue Football, Baseball. Stock Room Manager “Bunny” is headed for big business at U. C. L. A. He is planning to be a moving picture director. He has many hobbies which range from pho- tography to traveling. A. H. S. will be sorry to see him go. Jean Marie Buckley 27 Everett Street Jean has dietetics as her vocation. She will study at Simmons. Horse- back riding is her favorite recreation. Charles Ernest Burgess 1 1 Revere Street Always joking, witticisms are ' ' Ernie ' s’’ chief pastime — while fishing is one of his greatest pleasures. He wants to go to Dartmouth, and we foresee many laughing hours for his fellow collegiates. (Page Twenty) Charles H. Burke 1 1 0 Crescent Hill Avenue Class Basketball . Class Baseball Tall, smiling " Muff,” a ping-pong expert and sport enthusiast, is headed for Tufts College. He plays hockey and can be seen cheering from the side- lines at every Arlington High hockey game. Joseph Richard Burke 74 Freeman Street Gilbert and Sullivan " Joe " enjoys baseball, swimming, and ping-pong. He remembers his Senior English — but definitely ! He hopes to be a policeman. Edward P. Burns 269 Lowell Street Football, Hockey, Baseball We will remember " Eddie’s " ac- complishments on the ice and as co- captain of the football team. Holy Cross or Bowdoin is where our sports- minded friend will go. The best of luck ! Martha Elsie Burns 184 Appleton Street Honor Roll, Band, Orchestra, G. A. A.. Dramatic Club. Year Book Committee, " Mikado " The grandest of " sports,” Martha ' s motto, " Keep smiling,” is a boon to her friends. Her lifetime ambition will be fulfilled when, after training at the Faulkner Hospital, she starts her career as a trained nurse. (Page Twenty one) Barbara Frances Burr 3 2 Orvis Road Debating Club " Barb” shines in many fields. She loves horseback riding, and is an able debater in the A. H. S. Debating Club. She plans to major in chemistry at Simmons College. Gibson Lewis Busfield 30 Richfield Road Baseball, Gilbert and Sullivan " Gibby” is going to take up busi- ness management at B. U. Tall, dark and athletic, he wants to be either a professional baseball player or a clothier. John Arthur Busfield 30 Richfield Road Baseball " Butch " intends to enter Duke Uni- versity next fall. His favorite sport is baseball. When thinking of A. H S. he will remember Mr. Eaton. Madeleine Marie Cain 46 Temple Street Orchestra, Treasurer of Dramatic Club Little " Migsy " will long remember her struggle with " Math " in A. H. S. She’s greatly interested in becoming a dietitian and will study at Manhattan- ville College. She is a riding enthusi- ast. Barbara Muir Butler 62 Wyman Street Tennis, Honor Roll, Year Book Committee Cute little “Barby " is looking for- ward with great excitement to going to Colby Junior College. She loves to skate and ride horseback, and her disposition is one of the sunniest in the " 40 class. Thomas Hill Callahan. Jr. 3 A Lakeview Street Class Basketball, Track Although " Tom” has no definite college or business in mind, we feel that he will succeed in whatever field he enters. Good luck, " Tom’’! Helene Marie Buxton 1 0 Freeman Street Dramatic Club Because she wants to make many more friends, " Bucky " is going to be a secretary. She is fond of popular music and ice skating. Always pleas- ant, she could be seen many afternoons helping Miss Gray in the library. Grace Marie Cammarata 50- A Fairmont Street G. A. A.. Honor Roll, Glee Club " Grade " will go to Burdett Busi- ness College to take a secretarial course. She loves swimming and dancing, but her favorite hobby is making friends at which she is most proficient. (Page Twenty-two) Charles R. Campbell 5 Ronald Road T rack, T ennis, U sher (Harvest Hop) “Soup, " one of America’s future en- gineers, plans to study at Tufts. Mr, Skinner ' s Physics class will long re- main in his memory. “Soup " is a golf and football enthusiast. Jean Louise Carlson 34 Reed Street “Swede’s " desire is to continue her study of music at the New England Conservatory. Mr. Fuscoe’s history class will be cherished in her memory. Bowling interests “Swede.” Camella J. Carbone 3 1 0 Forest Street “Mel " thinks her talent lies in her fingers and. therefore, is going to Wil- fred Academy to study hairdressing. Like many others, she’ll never forget the homework of high school. Alice Ruth Carter 5 5 Cleveland Street T ennis “Al,“ whose outdoor hobbies are skating and swimming, also enjoys cooking at home. She will train to be a stenographer at Bryant and Stratton Rosalyn Virginia Carey 74 Windsor Street Debating Club, Glee Club Rosalyn has one eye on the clouds and some day hopes to be an air-hostess. Next to flying. Rosalyn likes most to buy clothes. Marion Casali 104 Cutter Hill Road Class Tennis. Class Basketball Next year will find Marion prepar- ing for the business world at the Fay School. Although she is fond of all sports, baseball is her favorite. (Page Twenty-three) ‘ ARC G- Rose Katherine Casey I 8 Albermarle Street Tennis. Basketball . “Messiah " Swimming and dancing provide pleasure for " Kay.” In years to come, she will remember the fun she had dur- ing her Junior year. In September Kay” will enter Katherine Gibbs. Anne Marie Cass 13 Highland Avenue Dramatic Club. Sophomore Basketball " Mimi ' s” ambition is to become a secretary. She will studv at Lasell. Dancing and skating delight Anne in her spare time. Ruth Cassidy 146 Brooks Avenue Dramatic Club. G. A. A. Ruth will never forget the home- work of A. H. S. In the fall she will be doing more homework at the Charles School where she will train to be a secretary. (Page Twenty-four) Norman K. Churchill 97 Grafton Street T rack Norman takes a delight in all sorts of sports. He plans to attend Dart- mouth next year. Norman is also a traveling man and plans to go to Cali- fornia this summer. Mary A. Cioffi 272 Oakland Avenue " Mac ' ' hopes to prepare for a nurs- ing career at Simmons. The teachers of A. H. S. will long live in her mem- ory. Barbara Chapin 49 Newcomb Street Barbara has chosen dietetics for her career because she likes to cook and plan meals. Since she also enjoys dancing and hiking, her career is bound to be a varied one. Vivian Arlene Coes 247 Appleton Street Vivian will attend a secretarial school. Her pastimes are swimming and skiing. Helen Christine Clark 1 3 Pine Avenue Dramatic Club Helen is going to the Cambridge Hospital to train for nursing Her greatest ambition has always been to lend a helping hand to the sufferin Barbara Ann Coffin 141 Wachusett Avenue Gilbert and Sullivan, Dramatic Club " Barb " says that the memory of her friends will stay with her for many years. Driving and horseback riding keep her busy. U. C. L. A. is the college for her. Edith-Anne Clifford 78 Bartlett Avenue Basketball. Tennis Endicott Jr College will claim " Edie " in the fall where she will train to be a medical secretary. Such sports as swimming and skiing occupy her free moments. Olga Judy Colameca 1 Park Avenue Gilbert and Sullivan Basketball . Dramatic Field Hockei " Cola " intends to go to Katherine Gibbs because she likes secretarial work. First in her memory will be the Senior Prom. (Page Twenty-five) Mary Amy Collier 18 Wellington Street T ennis " Mac” has a good deal of pep and enthusiasm. She is a skilled tennis player and also holds her own at swim- ming and riding. Here’s to you. " Mac”! Dorothy Mary Conant 8 Brattle Street Dramatic Club, Tennis, Class Basketball Our future saleswoman " Dot” is going to Burdett ' s to prepare for this career. She informs us that she gets great pleasure out of watching football and hockey games. Daniel Joseph Conley 14 Aberdeen Road Track (two long years ) " Joe” is one of our leading track stars. Hockey, baseball and football head his favorite sports list. Thomas Patrick Connolly 342 Massachusetts Avenue Football, Hockey, Baseball, Honor Roll " Shang.” well-known participant in A. H. S. sports, will major in chemistry in Illinois. For his favorite outside activity he refers us to Mr. Downes. He thinks the A. H. S. athletic coaches are " tops.” Catherine Pauline Connor 34 Hodge Road Gilbert and Sullivan Club, Field Hockey, Basketball " Cathy” is going to Leland Power’s as she is interested in dramatics. Her favorite outside activity is horseback riding. Roy Edward Connor 13 Belton Street Dramatic Club Roy, thrilled by the art of flying, promises to be one of our most skilled aviators; he will attend the Roosevelt Aviation School. His favorite pas- times are the movies and skiing. (Page Twenty-six) •4r Arthur Edward Cooper 24 Moo re Place " Art " says that hockey, football, and baseball are his favorite sports. The fun he had in the printing room will never be forgotten. Joseph Francis Cooper 187 Highland Avenue Golf. Honor Roll. Class Basketball " Joe " intends to attend U. C. L. A. His favorite outside sport is hockey and he will long remember his English homework in good old A. H. S. Josephine V. Coscia 47 Cleveland Street Dramatic Club. Gilbert and Sullivan. Stamp Club " Jo. " who is quiet and reserved, will learn the art of soothing fevered brows at Simmons. We know she will make a very good nurse. She likes to swim and to play tennis. William E. Coughlin 1 22 Sunset Road Football. Track, Baseball. Class Basketball. Cross Country Versatile " Bill,” one of our best athletes, hopes to make teaching his career. He says he will remember longest his high school friends, who wish him the best of luck. Virginia Audrey Cowan 25 Teele Street Dramatic Club. Class Tennis " Ptipchen " claims to be the World ' s Champion Nickname Holder and in- tends to be a secretary. Swimming and tennis are her favorite sports and she will remember Miss Cheney ' s " l=2’s” Too Long ! Pauline A. Coyne 82 Newport Street Honor Roll Friendly Pauline, an honor student, plans to attend Simmons next year where she hopes to have fun as well as to study. Dancing is her favorite pas- time. (Page Twenty-seven) Albert John Crimmins 23 2 Highland Avenue Honor Roll Wanting to enter the business world “Al " is going to study financing and accounting at Bentley ' s. His favorite outside activity is swimming. He will cherish the memory of his Senior Eng- lish class. Philip Arthur Cronin 19 Magnolia Street Track, Cross Country, “Pa- tience. " Class Basketball The nice-looking teachers at A. H. S. will always stand out in " Phil ' s” memory. His future will be very busy as a scale mechanic. Mary Bernatelle Cronan 44 Florence Avenue Glee Club Mary fondly recalls the grand time she had at A. H. S. Although she plans to be a secretary, she informs us that some day we may hear her sing in grand opera. Elizabeth Claire Crosby 20 Cornell Street Class Basketball, Class Tennis, Class Baseball, Honorable Mention Impulsive " Betty " is going to study journalism at Suffolk University. She recalls doing a " Johnny Kelly” morn- ings to reach school before the late bell. Joseph Edward Cronin 1 9 Magnolia Street Football, Cross Country , Track. Baseball, Class Basketball Our versatile " Joe” is planning to enter Holy Cross. He will undoubtedly be as great an athlete there as at his old Alma Mater. Norma Bradbury Crowell 1 284 Concord Turnpike Honor Roll, Class Tennis, Girls ' Glee Club " Norm ' s” favorite pastime is swim- ming. She will always remember A. H. S.’s out-of-town football games. She plans to study dietetics at Lasell Jr. College, and we ' re sure she will succeed. (Page Twenty-eight) Harold James Cue. Jr. 21 Walnut Street Class Basketball, Class Tennis. Model Aero Club. Art Club. Football (second team) " Jimmy " will long be remembered by his envious classmates for that little portable radio. How handsome and happy he will be at Randolph Field, pursuing his chosen career of aviation! Warren Joseph Dale 1 8 Gloucester Street Class President, Student Coun- cil. Football, Honor Roll, Chair- man of the Junior Prom Committee, 1939 Top honors go to “Jimmie, " whose personality won for him the presi- dency of our class. We shall miss him when he goes to Florida, to study en- gineering. Mary Margaret Curran 24 Henderson Street Baseball Raisins " indulges in her favorite pastime of swimming to drown her sorrows about Nelson Eddy ' s wedding. Next year she will enroll at Burdett ' s. Carl Miller Dalrymple 1 1 6 Paul Revere Road Tennis, Class Basketball , Honor Roll Carl, one of our ambitious class- mates. enjoys playing tennis in his spare time. He will long remember Mr. Burke and his jokes. Carl plans to attend Northeastern. Marie Elise Dailey 1 1 80 Massachusetts Avenue Field Hockey Manager Dark-eyed, fun-loving " Dale " plans to attend Fisher ' s. She declares she will never forget the good times at A. H. S. Tennis and swimming are her " specials. " Alma Marie Daniels 155 Forest Street Gilbert and Sullivan Stationary docs not apply to " Al, " who has attended three other high schools, but she loyally acclaims A. H. S. for her own. " Al " hopes to be the proud proprietress of a tea room. (Page Twenty-nine) Barbara E. Danskin 1 1 Oakland Avenue Glee Club. Dramatic Club. Girls ' Athletic Assn., Gilbert and Sullivan " Babs " is heading for Lasell. She likes riflery, dancing, hiking, and arch- ery. She, like others, remembers the stockings ruined on school chairs. Laurence Elden Davis 48 Dorothy Road Band, Gilbert and Sullivan Noggie has a flair for mechanics. Northeastern offers the best course in which he can develop his capabilities. He enjoys a good game of hockey. Chester Pelkey Davis 1 3 Addison Street Tennis, Debating Club. Second Football Team. Golf “Chet ' ' remembers his homework. We hope he still remembers it when he gets to Harvard. Golf is his favorite outside activity. Richard Allan Davis 6 1 Brantwood Road Hockey, Honor Roll. Golf " Dick - ' will probably be a great business man, (golf and all) when he graduates from Dartmouth. All the success in the world to you ! Laura Bartlett Davis 20 Grandview Road Glee Club Laura likes skating and dancing. She, too. remembers runs in stockings from school chairs. She is going to Sim- mons to become a dietitian. Marjory Ann Dean 50 Chandler Street Midgie enjoys tennis, swimming, and skating. We hope after her schooling at Fisher s she will become that perfect secretary she wants to be. (Page Thirty) John Joseph Delaney 19-A Lafayette Street Football, Skiing, Skating, T ennis " Jack. ' ' whose hobby is photog- raphy, likes also football, skiing, skat- ing, and tennis. To further his edu- cation, this talented senior will study accounting at Bentley’s. Dorothie Pearl De Rosa 5 0 Walnut Street Tennis, Basketball " Dolly " will register at Fisher ' s. She derives pleasure from skating, ski- ing, swimming, and playing tennis. Mary C. Delaney 129 Newport Street Honor Roll Mary seems to be the studious type. She likes reading and hopes to go to Burdett. She also enjoys skating, ten nis. and swimming. Mildred A. De Santis 1 1 1 Eastern Avenue Basketball, Baseball, G. A. A. " Reddy is one of our prominent girl athletes. She plans to enter the printing business. No doubt " Reddy " will be successful. Joseph Matthew Dematteis 45 Decatur Street Class Baseball. Cross Country. Class Basketball , Baseball " Joe, " we gather, likes baseball and maybe going to school on cold winter mornings. He is planning to matricu- late at Cornell to study electrical engi- neering. Jacqueline F. Des Marais 89 Mt. Vernon Street Basketball, Tennis. Dramatic Club " Jackie.” pleasant at all times, in- tends to further her education at Bos- ton University. Besides being dra- matically inclined, she is one of our better athletes. " Jackie " holds a per- fect attendance record for high school. (Page Thirty-one) Thelma A. Dibble I 8 Russell Terrace Honor Roll Blue-eyed Thelma, the petite girl from Pennsylvania, is an ardent ath- letic fan Memories of Mr. Burke ' s wit will haunt her even when she ' s at- tending the Wilfred Academy. Ruth Winifred Doherty 19 Amherst Street Orchestra, Honor Roll, Basket ball Active Ruth, besides being musically inclined, is one of our honor students. She intends to make nursing her pro- fession. We know she will be a suc- cessful nurse as she has been a success- ful student. Robert Sinclair Dolham 29 Shawnee Road Band, Orchestra " Bob " is very musical and will al- ways remember band rehearsals. He will attend Wentworth Institute to take up drawing. Eleanor Louise Donelan 8 1 Maynard Street Dramatic Club. Basketball. Senior Prom Committee Eleanor is one of our active " Dra- matic Club " members. She intends to become a student at Boston University. Whatever field Eleanor enters, we know she will succeed. Eleanor Marie Donovan 166 Washington Street Basketball . Baseball, Hockey, T wirier " Dunnie " is a girl with lots of pep. She is going to follow in the footsteps of Florence Nightingale. In her lei- sure hours she swims and plays tennis. Mary Ellen Donovan 1281 Massachusetts Avenue Another future " lady in white, " who will make a most capable nurse, is " Dunny. " She will never forget the loud-colored socks and big hair ribbons worn by her classmates. (Page Thirty-two) Roger Edward Duffy 74 Orvis Road Hockey " Duff. " ' one of our popular hockey players, is known and liked by all. After preparing a year at Exeter Acad- emy, he will attend Princeton, where we are certain he will be a credit to A. H. S. Robert Delaney D ' Unger 92 Egcrton Road Band, Cross Country, Class Basketball . Honor Roll After training at Tufts. " Bob ' ' plans to become an engineer. Besides being a member of the band and a leading athlete, " Bob " is an honor student. Dorothy June Durgin 32 Bowdoin Street To Katherine Gibbs ' Secretarial School goes Dot to become a secre- tary. No doubt she will become a fine one. " Dot " has three favorite pas- times: skiing, skating, and dancing. Marilyn R. Eldridge 45 Sunset Road Quiet Marilyn is one of A. H. S. ' s hiking enthusiasts. In the future we expect to see her a successful secretary. Mabel Lucy Ellis 1 2 Lowell Place Gilbert and Sullivan Club. Glee Club " Mibsie. " whose sophomore type- writing class will linger longest in her memory, aspires to be a medical as- sistant and secretary. Good luck to you. " Mibsie. " Norman Dwight Ellis 34 Magnolia Street Band Because the sea calls " Porky. " he is looking forward to a Naval career. Although the A. H. S. band will miss him. we know Uncle Sam will find a place for " Porky " and his instrument even if in some far-off foreign land. Ship ahoy. " Porky " 1 (Page Thirty-three) Eleanor Jane Enright 50 Webster Street Dramatic Club, Gilbert and Sullivan Club “Bunny’’ is headed for Katherine Gibbs’, whose Dramatic Club will cer- tainly be able to use such talents as " Bunny " has. Dancing is her favor- ite outside activity. Herbert Spencer Evans 67 Coolidge Road Band, Year Book Committee, Senior Prom We have a future cowboy in " Herb. " Texas A. Si M. will receive our able- bodied horse fancier. Texas is rather far from Arlington, but we’ll think often of you on your ranch. John Andes Erickson 8 Brattle Terrace Another person favoring a Naval career is " Eric. " However, he is most interested in aviation. For recreation he indulges in football, swimming, and hunting. George M. Falla 67 Cleveland Street Class Basketball If you ever long for lodging in a good hotel, may we suggest that you remain at " Gimps’’ Hotel. After graduating from Cornell " Gimp " hopes to open a restful hotel. Nancy Powell Eslin 256A Broadway Orchestra, Honor Roll Nancy has chosen a career in which we think she will excel. We also be- lieve that the younger generation will profit by her teaching. Best of every- thing to you, Nancy! Mary Rose Farnham 23 5 Renfrew Street Glee Club. Tennis Swimming, tennis, and ping-pong occupy most of Mary ' s spare moments. Bentley ' s is her goal, and we wish her luck and expect to see her a secretary for some famous executive. (Page Thirty-four) 4. John Joseph Farrell 1 8 Gardner Street Student Council. Class Basket- ball. Track, Tennis. Baseball. Honor Roll Our energetic " Red ' ' is headed for the University of Southern California. The departure of " Red " will be felt in A. H. S. ' s athletic activities. William Harmon Farrow 198 Highland Avenue Honor Roll. Stamp Club. Lunch Room. Year Book. Senior Prom " Bill " is an all-round fellow. He wants to go to Tufts as he thinks it offers the best course of study in an en- gineering line. Skating and swimming take up his spare moments. Dorothy Edna Fawcett 48 Varnum Street " Dottie is interested in the special course at Simmons for girls who in- tend to train in nursing. She consid- ers graduation the most important event in her high school career. Florence Rose Femia 9 Magnolia Street G. A. A., Cheer Leader " Flossy’s” ambition is to prepare for a hairdressing career at Wilfred ' s. Losing the Medford football game will always stand out vividly in her mind. Francis Joseph Femia 9 Magnolia Street Tootball. Class Basketball . Class Baseball " Bud " is a great sports enthusiast. He assures us, however, that he has ambitions to advance in a technical field of work. Northeastern is the college of his choice. Charles M. Fereshetian 65 Egerton Road Friendly " Charlie " is noted for his generosity. His burning ambition is to be an aviator. His swimming and diving exhibitions qualify him for the Olympics. (Page Thirty-five) Richard M. Fereshetian 65 Egerton Road Track, Cross Country Popular " Dick ' ' won’t forget his friends on the 1939 Cross Country team, and they won’t forget him or his crackerjack dance orchestra. We’ll be hearing from him as the future " King of Swing. " Elaine Loretta Ferreira 86 Melrose Street Attractive Elaine says there is a fu- ture in hair dressing, so she plans to attend the Wilfred Academy. Fred Ferry 79 Mystic Street Golf, Ski Club ' Nuccins " is a man’s man and stalks big game. Hunting and golf consti- tute his main interests. Next year he will become a member of the R. O. T. C. Robert Francis Finn 1 08 Warren Street Track. Golf. Student Council Likeable " Huck " won’t forget the day he ran his first race on the track team. He thinks the A. H. S. teachers are grand. To attain success in the business world, he is going to study ac- counting at Bentley. Raynore Lucille Fiske 9 Everett Street " Ray ' s " education will be furthered at Mt. Ida Junior College. She will always cherish the memory of being elected " Miss Arlington of 1939. " Ruth M. Fitzpatrick 286 Massachusetts Avenue Honor Roll, Band, Student Council Longest in " Fitzie’s " memory will be graduation. She likes a good game of hockey. Her ambition is to be a stenographer. (Page Thirty-six) Harry Boyock Flack 9 7 Milton Street Janet Rita Flaherty 27 Newton Road Teresa Elenor Flaherty 27 Newton Road Dramatic Club, “Excursion " Harry has sea-faring ambitions. Photography and bowling take up his leisure hours. His physics class will be his fondest memory of A. H. S. G. A. A. Graduation will long be remembered by " Jin.” who plans to attend Chand- ler ' s. Swimming, golfing, tennis, skat- ing. and tobogganing are her favorite sports. " Dec Dee,” who loves to sing, will also attend Chandler ' s. She will re- member her senior year the longest. Tennis, dancing, and horseback riding take up most of her time. Gertrude L. Flores 1 3 Palmer Street Field Hockey The field of beauty culture holds a fascination for " Gertie” so she will at- tend Wilfred ' s. As far as sports are concerned ice skating is the " tops.” Eleanor Rose Forristall 4 1 Kimball Road Quiet and reserved Eleanor, whose favorite activity is skating, says she will never forget the fun she had with her classmates. She will study ele- mentary education at Lowell Normal. Mary Elizabeth Forsythe 1 1 3 Palmer Street Honor Roll. G. A. A. " Nina. " who wanted to include homework as a school activity (and why not?), intends to go to a busi- ness college. She will often think of Miss Porter ' s Senior English Class and graduation. (Page Thirty-seven) Leighton Stephen Foster 23 Jason Street " Steve” says he is going to Boston University to study accounting because figures fascinate him. He will long remember the length of his school ca- reer. Mary Catherine Frasell 1 64 Rhinecliff Street Glee Club. Tennis Lively and loquacious Mary, who enjoys sports and travelling, has secre- tarial aspirations and is going to Bent- ley’s. She ' ll remember the fun o r her first two years and the work of her third year. Joan Fowler 20 Devereax Street Honor Roll. Field Hockey, Dramatic Club A ping-pong enthusiast, vivacious Joan declares she is going to Westbrook Junior College. Why? Because she has always been fascinated by medicine and intends to take a medical secretarial course there. Florence Estelle Fredo 9 Webster Street Honor Roll. Glee Club. Dra- matic Club. Year Book Committee Our Miss Perse, " who has a friend- ly. unassuming personality, intends to matriculate at Katherine Gibbs. Travel- ling, ping-pong, dancing, and the hockey games take up most of her time. Margaret P. Franco 100 Fairmont Street Glee Club Margaret, whom we believe to be " a relative " of Gen. Franco of Spain, de- lights in roller-skating for hours at a time. She desires to be a reliable sec- retary. William C. Freeman 840 Massachusetts Avenue Genial " Bill. " who enjoys science magazines, hopes to have a diploma from M. I. T. in four years after hav- ing specialized in chemistry, metallurgy, and aeronautics. (Page Thirty-eight) Joseph Michael Gallagher T rack Joseph is going to go to Parks Air College to become a commercial avia- tor. He probably will see his favorite football games from the air. Ernest Edward Gariepy 66 Appleton Street Honor Roll, Band, Gilbert and Sullivan. Quill " Ernie” intends to study tool design- ing because he inherited ability to work with his hands. Singing in the " Pi- rates of Penzance " will have a lasting memory. Malcolm Root Gavin 5 Paul Revere Road Dramatic Club, Honor Roll " Mac” plans to prepare for an en- gineering career at Northeastern. He never forgets his good deed for the day because he is an ardent Boy Scout. His first and last day of high school will long live in his memory. Virginia Eleanor Gavin 3 7 Harvard Street Cheer Leader Blond, blue-eyed “Ginny " is sel- dom seen without a smile. She will always remember her chemistry class, even in the midst of her activities at Colby. Helen Marjorie Geddes 3 29 Gray Street Glee Club, Gilbert and Sullivan. Dramatic Club Boston School of Dental Nursing is the goal for " Shrimp. " She is an amiable person who has enjoyed all of her pleasant friendships. Charles Thomas Glennon 15 Alton Street Basketball " Twinkle " will long be remembered for his leadership of the basketball quin tet. He plans to continue his educa- tion at Tufts. (Page Thirty-nine) Arline Louise Goodwin 2 1 Harlow Street Chronicle, Class Tennis Friendly, congenial Arline plans to attend Fisher ' s after graduation to pre- pare for a business career. She spends her time doing homework and dancing. Doris M. Gott 72 Jason Street Fine Arts Club Doris is an active member of the Fine Arts Club. She hopes to become a commercial artist after first attending the Massachusetts School of Art. Donald M. Goduti 1 1 Westminster Avenue Happy and carefree " Don " believes in enjoying life above all else. He confesses that he ' ll never forget the de- lightful faculty of A. H. S. Paul Gavin Graham 9 Moore Place Paul is a quiet, unassuming chap. As soon as he graduates, he plans to join the Navy. We all know he’ll make a fine sailor. Richard James Grant 158 Wright Street Football, Flockey. Golf. Class Basketball Ruth Catherine Grant 1 5 8 Wright Street " Ruthie " does not think she ' ll ever forget her senior year or graduation. She intends to become a secretary by preparing at Chandler ' s. (Page Forty) Dorothy E. Gray 49 Daw Avenue Helen E. Greek 9 1 Orvis Road Pearl Greene 21 Endicott Road Glee Club, Gilbert and Sullivan " Dot” confesses that a secretarial position has always appealed to her and. therefore, she is going to Fisher ' s Busi- ness School next year. The Junior Prom will long live in her memory. Gilbert and Sullivan. Fine Arts Club The Fine Arts’ picnic will always have a " burning” memory for Helen because every one attending came home with serious sunburns. She plans to enter Vesper George. Dramatic Club Pearl will attend Katherine Gibbs ' secretarial school. She likes to cook but doesn ' t care for learning theorems and puzzling out geometry problems. Barbara Mary Greim 57 Grandview Road Glee Club. Gilbert and Sullivan It s skiing and collecting phonograph records that occupies Barbara ' s time. Radcliffe will be her future problem. Let ' s hope there won ' t be too much homework. Marie Guarente 87 Medford Street Glee Club. Debating Club, Quill. Honorable Mention M arie enjoys swimming and reading. She will never miss the many flights of stairs at A. H. S. Burdett is her col- lege choice. Patricia Jane Gunning 492 Summer Street Glee Club. Dramatic Club. Quill Vivacious " Pat” considers reading and sports among her favorite diver- sions. She will prepare for a secre- tarial career at LasclI. (Page Forty-one) Doris H. Gustafson Lois Mildred Gustin Douglas H. Gutteridge 1 7 Newland Road Honor Roll, School Paper “Gussie " is another who will study at Katherine Gibbs. She enjoys col- lecting phonograph records and thinks she will never forget the faculty at A. H. S. 67 Menotomy Road Music and golf are “Gussies " hob- bies. She will give up studying Virgil to go to Art School. 25 Central Street Dramatic Club “Doug” takes a great delight in all forms of athletics. He is a promising young singer and will go far in any field he chooses. Elizabeth Alba Hackett 1 8 Farrington Street Baseball Squad, Lunch Room “Al” enjoys swimming and ice- skating and following the crazy fads that become popular. Good luck in your training as a nurse. Jeanne Elizabeth Hagan 29 Churchill Avenue Secretary of Senior Class, Secre- tary of Student Council. Class Tennis, Dramatic Club. Class Basketball Blonde and blue-eyed Jeanne likes to swim and play tennis. Lowell Teach- ers College will be her next school where she will prepare to teach. Judith Elizabeth Halling 5 7 Thorndike Street “Judy’’ is actively interested in all sports. She is looking forward to the end of school so that she can get a job and “have some fun. " (Page Forty-two) Helen Hamilton 39 Lockeland Avenue Basketball Captain. Baseball. Class Tennis. Honor Roll. G. A. A. When not occupied with her many duties, popular " Ham swims, skiis, or dances. Mt. Holyoke will get a defi- nite asset in this clever student. Marjorie Isabel Hamilton 152 Brooks Avenue Class Basketball . G. A. A. " Hammie " is going to Simmons to prepare for nursing. Pretty and friendly, she ' s sure to be a good nurse. Good luck. Hammie " ! William A. Hampton 19 Wright Street Honor Roll. Glee Club. Dramatic Club " Bill. " famous for his fun. has two other nicknames. " ' Newt " and " Wild Will. " He hasn ' t decided yet where he’s going next year. Ruth Hanlon 9 1 Valentine Road Field Hockey. Glee Club. Gilbert and Sullivan. Band " Ruthie’s " further preparation for secretarial work will be continued at Burdett ' s. Skating and swimming are her favorite leisure time activities. Louis Hansis 1 0 Lehigh Street Class Basketball . Baseball. Hockey " Lou. " who believes that baseball is America ' s greatest sport, is headed for Northeastern. Here ' s hoping your col- lege will have a place on its baseball team for you. Mary Margaret Hanson 1 8 Scituate Street Honor Roll Tennis, reading, swimming, and ski- ing occupy most of Mary ' s extra mo- ments. She is planning to go to Bur- dett ' s after which she intends to enter our busy business world. (Page Forty-three) Richard L. Hanson 26 Kimball Road President of Ski Club. Ski Team Athletic " Dick " is President of the A. H. S. Ski Club. His ambition is to be a chemical engineer after he has graduated from M. I. T. Best of luck, " Dick " ! Paul Hart 14 Churchill Avenue Honor Roll, Orchestra. Band Paul, tall and handsome, is both a student and an athlete. His favorite activities are swimming and hockey, and he expects to go to Harvard next year. Evelyn Adele Harrar 146 Oakland Avenue " Essy " is going in for dental nurs- ing. Her favorite activity is bowling, and she says she will remember the teachers at A. H. S. for a long time George Paine Harvender 36 Everett Street Dramatic Club (“Excursion and " House Beautiful " ) The versatile " Happy” is going to dramatic school as he is interested in property managing, acting, and even writing plays. He likes tennis, danc- ing. hiking, and taking amateur movies. Mildred Charlotte Harris 5 1 Lewis Avenue Honor Roll Quiet and likeable " Millie " enjoys skating and swimming. She has been on the coveted First Honor Roll. She is planning to go to Miss Wheelock ' s. Good luck, " Millie " ’ 1 Alice Emily Hatch 20 Draper Avenue Dramatic Club. Class Basketball . Class Tennis, G. A. A.. Senior Prom Committee Alice, the girl with a friendly smile and a talent for drawing, is going to be a commercial artist. We ll all remem- ber the chic hats she designed for the 1939 Fashion Show. (Page Forty-four) Leonard Marcus Hatch 20 Draper Avenue Ski Club , Cross Country, Dramatic Club Cheerful “Lem ' ' has two favorite activities. Outdoors, he likes to ski; indoors, he likes to cook. He can make an apple pie and fudge, too! John Francis Healey 60 Foster Street Hockey, Football “Join the Navy and see the world. " That ' s what " Click " wants to do. Dorothy Louise Hayward 5 1 Irving Street Honorable Mention " Dottie, " a future secretary, plans to attend Bryant and Stratton. May her work always prove as enjoyable as her hours spent in swimming, skating and dancing. Doris Margaret Hellmann 125 Highland Avenue Honor Roll, Orchestra, Debating Team To Westbrook Jr. College " Do " is headed. We are sure that her future career as medical assistant will be suc- cessful because of her pleasing and friendly disposition. Richard Adams Heald 1 6 Plymouth Street Honor Roll, Lunch Room. Book Room This enthusiastic hockey fan, golfer, ping-pong player and mountain climb- er hopes to matriculate at Tufts. We wish every success to “Dick " in the future. Jacquelyn Mary Hession 95 8 Massachusetts Avenue Honor Roll, President of Girls’ A. A., Baseball, Basketball Manager, Field Hockey Skating and attending hockey games interest this future teacher. " Jackie " plans to attend Bridgewater. May suc- cess be hers. (Page Forty-five) Ethel Adelaide Hicks 9 Palmer Street Honor Roll, Glee Club Dancing " Tiny " says that she will always remember the Proms that she has attended. We all wish her luck in whatever her chosen career may be. Frank Holway 1 0 Milton Street Football, Basketball . Tennis " Happy " wants to go to St. John ' s Prep to take a course in physical edu- cation. He will remember stealing up to the Brattle Drug Store to buy foot- ball pictures of himself. Barbara Higgins 78 Scituate Street Basketball, Tennis Boots " is aiming for Colby Jr. where she may enjoy more horseback riding and prepare to be a secretary. May success attend her in her career. George Thomas Hughins 95 Lake Street Cheer Leader. Dramatic Club George was one of those peppy cheer leaders who livened up the football games with his lusty cheers. Next year he is going out to Washington where he is sure to make lots of friends. Kathleen Helen Hogan 8 Park Street Place Hockey, Baseball, Gilbert and Sullivan, Dramatic Club " Kay” plans to attend Katherine Gibbs to continue her business course. She likes to dance and sing and attend school games. Alice Pauline Huston 71 Wollaston Avenue Honor Roll, Tennis This tennis lover wants to train at Bryant and Stratton to be a stenograph- er. We hope that Alice will meet with success in her future. (Page Forty-six) c Ethel May Hyde 28 Gardner Street ' ' Effie ' ' enjoys dancing and attend- ing hockey and football games. In the future she plans to become a secretary. We know that she will be successful in her career. Catherine Rita Iaconis 86 Egerton Road Honor Roll. Secretary of Dra- matic Club. Student Council. G. A. A.. Club Editor of Quill Catherine is an all round girl. She plays the piano and sings, and enjoys bicycling, tennis, reading, and cooking. She plans to enter Jackson. Constance Df.Rue Isner 92 Eastern Avenue Honor Roll. Dramatic Club " Connie ' ' enjoys swimming, tennis, and dancing, but most of all. she has enjoyed the fun of being a Senior at A. H. S. Her ambition is to be a dietitian. Doris Esther Johnson 7 White Street " Dot " prefers dancing and skating for recreation, but she will always re- member those nights of make-up work for absence. She will attend Fisher ' s Secretarial School. Dorothy Eleanor Johnson 5 2 Amsden Street Student Council. Honor Roll. Glee Club. G. A. A.. Debating Club. Quill " Dottie " plans to enter B. U. where she will study commercial education. She enjoys a good game of table tennis and dancing. Eleanor Johnson 22 Reed Street " Yonny " enjoys swimming and ski- ing. Her ambition is to type away as a stenographer. (Page Forty-seven) Marjorie Esther Jones 1 5 Thesda Street Field Hockey " Marge” likes sports for outside ac- tivity and homework for her favorite inside sport. She would like to be a dietitian. Kenneth Walter Joseph 142 Hillside Avenue Track, Cross Country When “Ken " goes to M. I. T. to study engineering, he’ll carry with him the memory of the friends he made at A. H. S. We feel sure they’ll remem- ber you. too. “Ken. " Warren S. Jones 66 Menotomy Road Class Basketball “Jonesie " will always remember the friends he has made in A. H. S. His favorite activity is swimming. Mary Joy 5 Park Street Debating Club “Joy” has always been interested in nursing and will soon realize her am- bition. Roller-skating and swimming are her favorite sports. Robert Martin Jorda 9 Paul Revere Road " Henry " is headed for Tufts and from there he plans on entering Pen- sacola. His favorite activities are hunting and swimming. Herach Nelson Kazanjian 79 Broadway Class Basketball, Model Aero Club, Track Sports-minded “Archie” will enter Northeastern where he intends to pur- sue engineering. He says he’ll never forget the hours he slaved on math. Never mind, “Archie. " you’ll find it was time well spent. (Page Forty-eight) Joseph Stephen Keating 1 44 Gloucester Street For reasons too numerous to men- tion, popular ' Joe " is turning his steps toward the University of Maine next year, and he hopes to graduate fully equipped for hotel management. With his personality, success is assured. John Joseph Kelleher 45 Pine Street Dramatic Club. Debating Club J. J. is definitely an outdoor man. He enjoys hunting, camping, hiking, and horseback riding. May you find happiness in all your future travels. " J. J. " ! Stephen T. Keefe 128 Washington Street Dramatic Club. ' House Beautiful " " Steve.’ our popular leading man plans to attend B. C. where he will major in psychology. With present indications as a guide, we feel sure that he will lead in all activities. Arthur Kelley 16 Linwood Street When " Art " has graduated from Burdetts and earned his C. P. A. de- gree. he ' ll have made an important step toward his ultimate goal. Here ' s hop- ing success is yours! Alice Keljikian 902 Massachusetts Avenue Honor Roll Energetic Alice has one ambition and that is to be a lawyer. Good luck. Alice, and may you prove another Portia in upholding justice! Pauline N. Kelley 70 Windsor Street " Kel likes to work on machines and. therefore, intends to be a stenog- rapher. Swimming and bowling are her favorite diversions. (Page Forty nine) Ruth Agnes Kelley 5 6 Palmer Street Glee Club, G. A. A.. Dramatic Club " Kel " likes ice-skating and hiking and thinks she will remember longest her extra school activities. She will attend Cambridge School of Nursing. Virginia Ruth Kelly 1 5 Cleveland Street " Nino " will enter Mt. Ida Jr. Col- lege. In her own words " the newest and most beautiful college in Massa- chusetts. " Ruth Natalie Kennard 59 Newport Street Ruth ' s favorite activities arc swim- ming. and skating, and she will long remember the lunch room. She will go to Stoneleigh Jr. College. Pauline Ann Kenney 1 Fairmont Street T ennis " Polly " considers that her early ris- ing habits while in A. H. S. will help her when after graduating from B. U. she becomes a secretary. Winifred Mary Kent 77 Brattle Street Gilbert and Sullivan. Glee Club. Cheer Leader The day of graduation will be the crowning event of " Winnie’s " high school career. Then she plans to en- ter Simmons to prepare for a nursing career. Good luck and good health! Berg Keshian 1 0 School Street Debating Club. Football. Class Basketball . Senior Prom Band Committee " Kesh. " who has his pilot’s license, intends to go to Park ' s Air College after which he hopes to join the U. S. Air Corps and enter the field of com- mercial aviation. (Page Fifty) Phyllis King 5 8 Newport Street Band, Basketball Team. Tennis Squad. G. A. A. Skiing, skating, and swimming be- ing her favorite activities, Phil ' ’ would like to be a teacher of athletics. She wants to go to Bouve or Simmons. Dorothy R. Latsey 5 7 Milton Street Honor Roll " Dot” wants to become a secretary. For an outside activity give her tennis. She says she will remember home work and Miss Nash ' s frequent tests. Paul Vincent Lane 54 Broadway Gilbert and Sullivan Club President. Dramatic Club Arlington High ' s future Nelson Ed- dy intends to make music his career. He plays the trombone and has had the leading part in the “Mikado” and " Pi- rates of Penzance.” Herbert Lincoln Law 8 Palmer Street Football. Basketball . Cross Country To study engineering away from home. " Herbie " will go to Dartmouth. He remembers the fun at Bruins’ hockey games and the teachers’ jokes. Robert Francis Langley 43 Hilton Street Honor Roll Bee " will go to Bentley ' s to be a C. P. A. He enjoys riding and skat- ing. He seems to remember well his sixth period English class last year. Lillian Frances Lawrie 1 8 2 Palmer Street Dramatic Club, Class Tennis, Honor Roll Lillian ' s ambition is to go to Jack- son to prepare to teach. The thing she will remember longest about A. H. S. is Mr. Eaton’s math class. (Page Fifty-one) Betty S. Lawson 7 Lakeview Field Flockey. Class Basketball , Class Tennis Betty plans to go to Endicott be- cause of the school life there. Her fa- vorite pastime is seeing the famous bands and orchestras that come to town. Mildred Helena Lear 14 Brattle Terrace Class Basketball “I would like to go to a comp- tometer school to learn more about running office machines.” says " Peach- ie .” For recreation she will take skat- ing. Barbara Roberta Leary 361 Massachusetts Avenue Flonor Roll Barbara enjoys winter sports which she will find at Colby Jr. next year. Besides winter sports, she likes swim- ming and horseback riding. Jean Catherine Leavitt 187 Westminster Avenue Jean, an applicant to Wilfred Acad emy. whose favorite outside activity is bowling, says she will remember long- est study periods in the hall. Jeanne Anne Le Gault 77 Tanager Street Flonor Roll The easy carefree days of the senior year appeal to her memory. Says " Frenchie.” " I love to cook, especial- ly ' macaroni and chicken,’ yum! yum !” Rodney B. Leighton 1 5 3 Palmer Street Rodney’s ambition leads him to the College of Hard Knocks. ”My favor- ite outside activity,” says Rodney, " is taking part in sports.” (Page Fifty-two) Jean Ethel Leslie 28 Brooks Avenue Basketball , Class Tennis Jean is going to Framingham to pre- pare to teach. She likes badminton and horseshoes. Mr. Fowler ' s chemis - try class will remain in her memory. William George Lionetta 24 Beacon Street School Paper. Class Basketball " Bill " wants to experiment with soils and plant life at Mass. State. " Bill " says that he will long remember some of the good teachers at A. H. S. Ava Maria Lewis 3 5 Richfield Road " Av " will never forget the first time Mr. Eaton bawled her out. She likes the tradition at William and Mary where she will study advertising. Pauline Loupos 8 3 Orvis Road T ennis " Polly " is going to Mildred Albert ' s School for modeling. Her favorite ac- tivities are tennis and swimming. Best of luck to you ! Dorothy Frances Ling 97 Varnum Street T ennis To become a stenographer. " Dot " will go to Bryant and Stratton. Well will she remember Miss Cheney ' s talks on how to keep a job by not being ab- sent ! Clara Lowell 1 5 Brattle Place " Snowball " dramatically says she will never forget " how history was made " in Room 14. On leaving A. H. S. she plans to attend Burroughs to further her secretarial studies. (Page Fifty-three) Ann Marie Lowery 50 Adams Street Year Book Committee, Class T ennis Dancing, riding, and swimming are " Annie Laurie’s " choice of activities. She will remember the class of ' 39. Planning to be a stenographer, she will attend the Chandler School. Virginia Ruth Lunney 6 5 Appleton Street " Chronicle, " Class Tennis, Basketball Friendly " Jinny " is a grand combin- ation of fun and pep. She will try to forget her struggle with Latin when she furthers her education at the For- sythe Dental Infirmary. Charles A. Lowery 50 Adams Street Spring Track, Winter Track, Ski Club " Cal ' s " sociability has earned him many friends. He intends to major in chemistry or geology at Bates Col- lege. Freda Carrol Lutz 1 3 5 Medford Street Basketball Freda is anxiously anticipating the day when she will receive her diploma. At present she spends her time reading, skating, and riding. Helen Rose Lund 80 Webster Street Class Basketball , Class Tennis, Quill " Chatterbox " is quite a twinkletoes. She likes best of all to dance. The fun of getting out the Quill will long be in her memory. Cornelius Thomas Lyons 21 Russell Street Basketball " Connie " vividly remembers his Junior English class. He enjoys a good game of golf. Boston College will be his Alma Mater. (Page Fifty-four) Loretta M. Macarthy 162 Washington Street Glee Club, Gilbert and Sullivan Lighthearted Loretta greets all with a cheery smile. Our career girl is go- ing to Simmons to train to be a medi- cal secretary. Lots of luck. Loretta! Jeannette MacGregor 80 Amsden Street T ennis " Jan ' ' of the sparkling smile wishes to become a dental hygienist. Next year she is going to the Boston For- sythe Dental Infirmary. Horseback riding is her hobby. Donald J. Maccallum 42 Quincy Street Honor Roll Studious, reserved " Don’’ will be a future Tufts man. He is an all-round fellow with a quiet sense of humor. We predict shining success for him in what- ever he attempts. John Kenneth MacLeod 45 Lockeland Avenue Cross Country " Ken.’’ future M. D.. has a secret passion for chocolate milk shakes. How- ever. this won ' t interfere with his zeal- ous pursuit of knowledge at Tufts College. George C. MacGillivray 1 9 7 Waverly Street Dramatic Club. Ski Club. Honor Roll ’’Hank ' ' won’t forget the experi- ments in Mr. F owler’s laboratory even when he’s following the lure of the sea at Annapolis. Constance L. MacNally 5 3 Marathon Street ’’Connie has had experience as a pictorial model and as a dancer on the stage. She has studied dancing for n.any years and will make it her ca- reer. (Page Fifty-five) Doris Ruth Madden 1 5 Moore Place G. A. A., Baseball " Dot ' ' plans to get her training to be a nurse at St. Elizabeth s Hospital. In her estimation dancing and skating are the " tops. " Richard Francis Manning 1 3 9 Scituate Street Honor Roll. Gilbert and Sullivan. Football B. C. is " Dick ' s " goal, and he really is anxious to graduate from A H S. A college education is necessary now- adays, " says " Dick. " Edward A. Maher 8 Margaret Street Editor-in-Chief of Quill " Red " will always vision himself venturing into Mr. Gammon ' s sanctum after committing a misdemeanor. Frank Mansfield 5 3 Quincy Street " Confucius " wants to be an account- ant. He has a collection of airplanes about which he gave several interesting talks in Oral English Donald Mann 3 7 Kimball Road Vice-President and Treasurer of Ski Club " Don " will enter Tufts for training in mechanical engineering. As a side- line he takes delight in making fudge and waffles. Helen Mary Mark 72 Thorndike Street Helen aims to be a good stenographer so she will enroll at Katherine Gibbs. Her leisure time is taken up with the activities of the Sub-Deb Club. (Page Fifty-six) Jean Montgomery Mark 1 5 Lombard Road Honor Roll, President of Dra- matic Club. Red Cross Repre- sentative Jean will attend Wellesley College. Above everything else she will always remember the night the " Admirable Crichton " was presented. Alice Vera Martin 3 I Marathon Street Honor Roll Forever " Al " will carry in her mem- ory Miss Cheney’s enlightening talks on " Why you should not be absent. Her dream will come true when she at- tends Katherine Gibbs. Elizabeth Marshall 138 Herbert Road Honor Roll. Vice-President of Senior Class. Student Council. News Editor for Quill . Dramatic Club. Glee Club. Gilbert and Sullivan. Pianist of Orchestra " Betty, " all-round girl and Vice- President of the Senior class, expects to go to B. U. She likes playing ten- nis and swimming and enjoys baseball and hockey games. She will long re- member the orchestra rehearsals. Mary Gloria Martin 6 3 Webcowet Road Honor Roll . Fashion Show Model Chandler School will claim Mary for a couple of years and then she will strive to achieve her goal of being a professional model. Dorothy Ann Martel 1 5 Lafayette Street " Dotty " will enter Katherine Gibbs but will always find time for skating, dancing, and the Sub Deb Club Robert Edward Martin 41 Ranglcy Road Band. Orchestra. Ski Club. Class Basketball " Tarzan " has been lured by the new B U. building which he hopes to en ter. He enjoys all his friends and his witty remarks always keep them amused (Page Fifty-seven) Arthur Massucco 122 Mt. Vernon Street Baseball. Football The halls of Duke will shine next year with " Art ' s” smile. His favorite outside activity is being a " good boy. " How about it in school. " Art " ? Eleanor Marie McCarthy 5 0 Kensington Park Orchestra Miss Lazelle ' s Spanish class has been remembered by “El.” She intends to follow Marjorie Oaks ' footsteps and go to Fay’s Secretarial School. Joseph Francis McCarthy 40 Webster Street Class Basketball " Joe.” who likes all types of sports, says that he will remember the home- work that he had and Mr. Skinner’s jokes. He will attend a business school next year. Margaret Ann McCormack 174 Washington Street " Chicky” plans to enter a nursin school next year. Her favorite out- side activity is skating. She says she will remember her homework. Natalie F. McCormack 67 Maynard Street Class Tennis. Class Basketball . Dramatic Club " Nat” is going to Lowell State Teacher ' s College. She hopes to re- turn to her Alma Mater to help train the future citizens of Arlington. Mary McCormick 54 Academy Street Honor Roll. Band. Class Tennis. Class Basketball Mary’s Hollywood correspondence has interested her in a course in journa- lism at Smith College. Wherever Mary goes so shall Miss Preston’s puns. (Page Fifty-eight) Margaret M. McCrone 79 Bow Street Class Basketball, Class Tennis. G. A. A.. Honorable Mention “Peggy ' s " sparkling personality has won her many friends whom she en- joys and treasures. In her estimation skating is just wonderful. John G. McGrath 24 Adams Street “Jack ' ' is one of our most promis- ing students. He has displayed a keen sense of humor during his stay at A. H. S. " Jack tells us that he appre- ciates Mr. Burke ' s sense of humor Margaret A. McCue 100 Highland Avenue Gilbert and Sullivan “Peggy. " who likes skiing and swimming, will attend Carney Nurses’ Training School because she is inter- ested in that work. Marion Claire McGurl 1 7 Central Street Marion, who is seen out cutting fig- ures in the ice wherever there is any. is headed for Fisher’s to study stenogra- phy. John Neal McFadden 73 Webster Street Football. Baseball. Class Basketball Our executive of tomorrow is plan ning to go to Boston College. His English class with Miss Wright will live long in his memory. Helene Mary McLean 1 9 Chatham Street Debating Club. Quill. Dramatic Club. Gilbert and Sullivan Always smiling. “Bobby " wants to go to St. Joseph ' s College. Her out side activities are swimming, tennis, hiking, skiing, and dancing. (Page Fifty-nine) Robert Vincent McLean 240 Mystic Valley Parkway Football. Basketball " Dinger. " who is very interested in flying, is going to Kelly Field so that he may train to be in the air corps. Magnhild T. McMann 72 Highland Avenue Basketball . Tennis. Dramatic Club Headed for Fay School, " Debby " spends much of her time skating, danc- ing, or playing tennis. Margaret M. McMenimen 22 Rhinecliff Street Girls ' Glee Club. Drum Major. " Mikado. " " Pirates of Pen- zance. " Class Basketball . Field Flockey Victoria P. McManus 35 Winter Street Tennis. Basketball. Dramatic Club " Vicky. " who will go to Katherine Gibbs to prepare for journalistic work, thinks she will cherish fond memories of Mr. Kenney ' s drawing class. Barbara Anne McNamee 25 Mill Street Dramatic Club " Barb " does much swimming and walking, and is going to Burdett for a finishing course next year. M. Phyllis McMath 76 Webster Street Quill Staff " Phyl " plans to attend the Fay Business School to become a secretary and is a genuinely popular girl. " Mickie " is headed for Miss Sher- man ' s Secretarial School. Horseback riding is her favorite outside activity. (Page Sixty) Phyllis Margaret McNeill 186 Newport Street " Phil, " a regular attendant of the movies and one who plays much ten- nis. is going to Miss Pierce ' s next year. Janet Meikle 68 Oxford Street Class T enms Janet, whose plans are made to go to Chandler ' s for shorthand and type- writing. enjoys swimming, tennis, and dancing. Elizabeth Anne Melin 7 Cross Street Tennis is the favorite activity of " Bess " and she states that she will never forget Miss Donovan and her inter- pretation of poetry. Carl Elliott Mellin 29 Fessenden Road Carl, attending State Teachers ' Col- lege next year, finds carpentry the most interesting work during his spare time. He will always remember his senior year. Mary Bernadette Melly 1 39 Franklin Street Band, Orchestra, Honor Roll Mary, a future Emmanuel student, enjoys all sports and is a great lover of music. She has studied shorthand and typewriting at Fisher ' s Business Col- lege during her summer vacations. Ruth Gertrude Miller 1 1 Josoa Terrace Glee Club, Gilbert and Sullivan In order to become a lawyer ' s secre- tary. " Trudy " is going to Miss Rcvice Business School. She is a lover of all sports and will long remember the fun she had with her classmates. (Page Sixty-one) 1 , Olive Minot 3 1 Benjamin Road Orchestra. Debating Club ' Ollie " after graduation from Sim- mons. will take up newspaper work in which we expect her to become famous. She is an ardent lover of the movies and graduation will always have a place in her memory. Dorothy Ann Mitchell 14 Varnum Street To be better fitted for her business career. " Dottie " is going to attend B. U. Her favorite activities are bowl- ing and swimming, and she will long remember the many times she got lost as a sophomore. Kathryn Irene Mitchell 3 0 Menotomy Road Attractive ‘ ' Kay” is going to B. U. to further her secretarial knowledge. She particularly remembers the pro- found silence of her economic teacher in Room 5 3. Her favorite sport is tennis. Thomas Douglas Molloy 3 6 Kilsythe Road Croak,’ ' as Thomas is known to his friends, after going to Harvard hopes to join Uncle Sam’s navy so that he can see the world. Swimming and eating are his favorite activities. Benjamin Ellis Monk 1 1 Rhineclift Street Band. Orchestra. " Mikado. " " Pirates of Penzance " ' Ben. ' ' a quiet, friendly fellow, has taken an active part in the band and orchestra for the last three years and has not as yet decided which college he will attend. Gladys Marie Mooney 3 7 Pine Street Gilbert and Sullivan Gladie will attend a secretarial school and further her business career. She likes all sports, but her favorite pastime is playing tennis. (Page Sixty-two) Donald Milton Moore 53 River Street Hockey One of our leading hockey players. " Murphy " intends to go to University of New Hampshire. He spends his spare time collecting records and thinks he will always remember the high school lunch room. Mary Patricia Moore 1090 Massachusetts Avenue Tennis. Dramatic Club Lillian Judith Moraes 45 Massachusetts Avenue Honor Roll. Tennis. Basketball Since she enjoys designing. " Pat intends to become a future dress de- signer. She considers her junior year in high school to be the most enjoy- able. Dancing " L i 1 wants to be a good stenographer and plans to go to Bryant and Stratton’s. Her shorthand classes will always be remembered by her. Harold Morgan 4 75 Massachusetts Avenue Gilbert and Sullivan Club Harold is going to Wentworth In stitutc to study aeronautics. He be- lieves that we should preserve and cher- ish the democratic ideals of our coun- try. Helen Lucille Mullins 1 7 Oakledge Street Because of her artistic ability. " Lull- aby " intends to attend an interior dec- orating school. She spends much of her spare time swimming and dancing. Eleanore Eileen Murphy 66 Dudley Street Honorable Mention. Fashion Shou, ' " Murph” is interested in secretarial work and plans to attend Burdett’s. She is one of our better dancers. " Murph " will always remember the football games and the final exams. (Page Sixty-three) Helen May Nelson 72 Arlmont Street Honor Roll. Dramatic Club To Jackson College goes Helen to become either a Spanish or a French teacher- Helen’s friendliness combined with her high scholarship makes her a definite asset to our school. Winifred Northrup 266 Lake Street Debating Club. Band. Gilbert and Sullivan Going up the wrong stairway and getting caught at the last moment was Winnie ' s " fate. Look for her on magazine covers, for she is going to study designing and modeling. Mary Louise Nf.wman 3 2 Menotomy Road Debating Club. Girls ' Hockey. Basketball . Tennis. Gilbert and Sullivan. G. A. A. Energetic Mary Louise, mistakenly nicknamed " Pudgy.” tells us she is headed for Northfield. We all k now her pep will keep her in the activities up there. Biology A clings to her memory. John I. Nugent 5 8 Amsden Street Baseball. Hockey " Jackie " will cherish longest of his high school career those oh — so pleas- ant vacations in which he could play hockey or baseball to his heart ' s con- tent. John Joseph Normile 8 Dorothy Road Class Basketball . Track Friendly " Chick " plans to attend Boston University and further his study of accounting. He enjoys dancing and skiing and will always remember the many friends he made at Arlington High School. Laurence W. O ' Brien 1 1 Magnolia Street The members of the class of ' 40 will never have realty troubles if they pat- ronize " Larry. " He will soon be firm- ly established in the real estate business. (Page Sixty-four) Robert Leonard O ' Brien 5 Winter Street Basketball, Hockey, Golf " O. B.“ has chosen professional traveling as his career. However, he promises that some day while in the heart of deepest Africa, he will remem- ber Miss Cheney ' s classes. Arthur J. O ' Connell 54 Norcross Street Football, Class Basketball , Class Tennis Arthur ' s favorite sport is basketball, and next year we will find him shooting baskets at M. I. T. where he plans to further his education. James Michael Ofria 17 Mary Street Hockey, Class Basketball. Class Baseball. Tennis " Jimmie ' ' thinks that there is a good future in medicine: so he is go- ing to Mass. College of Pharmacy. Eleanor I. Olson 22 Inverness Road Glee Club Next September “El” plans to matriculate at the Kathleen Dell School and to graduate as a medical secretary. Watching hockey games and dancing are her special thrills. Margaret Mary O ' Neill 3 1 Kimball Road Tennis. Band. Orchestra. Honor Roll Petite and pretty “Mardic " is go- ing to follow in the footsteps of her older sisters and be a teacher. Next to tennis, she likes best to ski and to skate. Ethel Anna Ortel 1 7 Edith Street Dramatic Club. Honor Roll The Pierce Secretarial School will claim Ethel, who plans to become a private secretary. She enjoys table tennis and skating very much. (Page Sixty-five) Jacqueline M. Ouellette 63 Appleton Street Tennis " Jackie” also wants to be a pri- vate secretary, so she is going to Bur- dett ' s. Swimming is her pet sport, and she says her Junior year was one of the best. Milton Coburn Paige 30 Hopkins Road Honor Roll. Tennis Team, Class Basketball . Student Council “He ' s a jolly good fellow.” That is Milton Paige, who plans to attend Bowdoin next year. Polo and horse- back riding are listed among his favorite sports. Marcelle Rita Paradis 23 1 Broadway Honorable Mention, Tennis, Basketball, Baseball " Marcy” Paradis, a versatile young lady, plans to attend Burdett ' s next year in order to become a competent secretary. Ping-pong is her favorite sport. Creighton L. Parker 29 Silk Street Band, Orchestra, Track Creighton Parker, well-known drum major of A. H. S., lists as his favorite pastime working. With such a pas- time, we know he ' ll succeed. Warren Edward Patriquin 137 Westminster Avenue Band, Orchestra, Honor Roll, Photographer for the Year Book and Quill " Pat,” A. H. S.’s famous photogra- pher, plans to enter Mass. School of Art. Newspaper work is his only love. Besides photography, “Pat” finds time to lead his successful orchestra. John Lincoln Phipps 25 Elder Terrace John, better known as " Phippsie.” likes skating, both roller and figure, the best of all sports. He will re- member Mr. Withered ' s pronunciation of his name (Phibbs) the longest of his A. H. S. career. (Page Sixty-six) Myrtle Winsor Pike Pauline Victoria Pitko Kenneth V. Place 1 0 Lanark Road Myrtle will attend Bryant and Strat- ton next year and plans to be a very, very good secretary. Final exams will remain the longest in Myrtle ' s memory of A. H. S. 1 74 Newport Street Class Basketball. Class Tennis Miss Pierce ' s Secretarial School is " Paula ' s ' ' choice. She loves skating and watching hockey games. A. H. S. football games will be a memory she ' ll always cherish. 12 Hawthorne Avenue Stamp Club. Track " Ken " will enter B. U. next year to be an accountant. We arc sure " Ken” will be an excellent one. as he will re- member review math the longest of his A. H. S. career. Donald Eldon Pope 172 Franklin Street Latin Club. Honor Roll. Radio Club " Don " is a licensed amateur radio operator and has his own station. He plans to attend R. C. A. Radio School and become an engineer. We will be hearing from " Don. " Robert Porter 34 Newport Street Football. Tennis. Class Basketball " Bud " will be among those attend- ing Bentley ' s next fall. The football season will remain longest in " Bud’s " memory of A. H. S.. — naturally, as he was on the team. Doris May Pothier 1 1 9 Palmer Street Doris plans to enter Burdctt ' s to be- come a stenographer. Trying to get in her type assignments for Miss Cheney has been quite an ordeal for her, and one she will always remember. (Page Sixty -seven) : Armand H. Pottey 3 Fairmont Street Armand came to us from Rindgc Tech and will leave us for Northeast- ern. Known as " Jack of all trades " it ' s only natural that he should want to pursue a career in the mechanical field. Elizabeth A. Quigley 9 Lockeland Avenue Dramatic Club. Honor Roll. Class Basketball . Class Tennis " Betty " is going to a secretarial school. Her favorite outside activities include swimming and bowling. Her history class is the outstanding re- membrance of her high school career. Catherine A. Powers 27 Central Street Honor Roll. Student Council. Captain of Hockey Team, Basketball, Baseball, Band, G. A. A. Versatile " Kay " loves to have fun. Probably that ' s why she will forever remember her long hours of home- work. She wants to go to a secretarial school. Martin Joseph Quinlan 64 Webster Street Class Basketball Why does " Mardie " cherish the memory of the sixth period in his Jun- ior and Senior years? At least we know that he enjoys basketball, skat- ing, and work. Muriel Helen Purdy 24 Pondview Road Honor Roll. Dramatic Club, Glee Club, G. A. A., Class T ennis Athletic- minded Muriel simply loves swimming and skating. Attending A. H. S. football games is a memory that she will fondly cherish. Barbara Jane Quinn 1 60 Palmer Street " Mikado,” " Pirates of Pen- zance,” Gilbert and Sullivan, Assistant Drum Ma or, Squad Basketball. G. A. A. " Blondie " has the grand ambition of becoming a secretary, for which she will prepare at Katherine Gibbs. Teach- ers are her fondest memories of A. H. S. (Page Sixty-eight) Mary Josephine Quinzani 1 1 4 Lake Street Debating Club, Dramatic Club. Glee Club, Quill To B. U. L. A. to be a teacher of Romance languages is " Quiz’s " goal: She loves to travel. Fondest memory — the teachers! 1 Mary Bernice Rice 6 Spring Road Field Hockey, Cheer Leader, Class Tennis, Class Basketball " Ride " is going to enter the busi- ness world by way of Boston Univer- sity. Swimming is her favorite out- side activity. Her most everlasting re- membrance is rather domestic, her cook ing class. Frank P. Ratto 123 Appleton Street Honor Roll, Class Basketball . Hockey " Weasel " chooses Virginia Military Institute, the " West Point of the South. " in which to further his cdu cation. Mr. Skinner’s jokes were the highlight in his A. H. S. career Edward Arthur Richards 1 8 Churchill Avenue President of Student Council. Football. Tennis. Honor Roll. Class Basketball and Baseball His keen intellect and captivating personality will make him successful as a salesman after graduating from Bow- doin. " Eddie " is an ingenious ’ dood- ler " with a kaleidoscopic imagination. Robert I. Reagan 71 Teel Street Robert would like to go to St. John’s Prep. Quite the hockey fan. he enjoys seeing Arlington, the Olym- pics. and Bruins play. Betty Dorothy Richardson 1 3 7 Newland Road Honor Roll " Bet " is actively interested in skat- ing and swimming and hates to leave A. H. S. where her friendly personality has made her so popular. She will study child care at Lucy Wheelock’s. (Page Sixty-nine) Roberta A. Richardson 1 8 Venner Road Dramatic Club The loss of A. H. S. will be the gain of Middlebury College where pret- ty " Bobbie " will study retailing. She enjoys the Rainbow Girls and her fa- vorite sports are ice hockey and swim- ming. Ruth Marion Richardson 85 Jason Street Honor Roll, Class Tennis, Class Basketball Lovely Ruth is one of the most popular as well as one of the cleverest members of the Senior class. She hopes to enjoy swimming and dancing at Colby Jr. College. Arthur Robert Rico 139 Medford Street Hockey " Ric ' s " sunny disposition has at- tracted many friends whom he will al- ways remember. He plans to attend Bryant and Stratton to study account- ing. Jean Ridlon 1205 Massachusetts Avenue Tennis, Class Basketball Pretty Jean is headed for B. U. where she hopes there won ' t be any final ex- ams. She dotes on playing tennis and Helen Jacobs had better look to her laurels. Paul Edward Robbins 47 Pine Ridge Road Ski Club. Golf Team " Rouser " is looking forward to the time when he will own his own ski lodge where he can participate in his favorite sport as much as he wishes. He will be sorry to leave his Alma Mater. Hazel Elizabeth Robinson 14 Belknap Street Dramatic Club. G. A. A., Baseball " Chubby " feels she will never for- get the cooking class and the study hall at A. H. S. She wants to be a nurse, so she is going to the Cambridge School of Nursing. (Page Seventy) Sally Jean Robinson 14 Webster Street Dramatic Club, G. A. A.. Quill, Class Basketball . Class Tennis With her winning smile. Sally will make as many friends at Katherine Gibbs as she has at A. H. S. She will never forget how early she had to get up in the morning. She is sorry to leave her teachers. Karle L. Rohde. Jr. 16 Temple Street Football. Hockey, Baseball. Track, Dramatic Club Karle. our talented classmate, likes music and sports. He wants to fol- low business administration, so he is going to Worcester Academy and Princeton. Gertrude M. Rooney 2 1 Lowell Street Honorable Mention Gertrude ' s future ambition is to do hairdressing after she graduates from Wilfred Academy. She spends her spare time in reading, skating, and practicing hairdressing on her friends. Mary Ann Rossetti 28 1 Forest Street Honorable Mention Mary is planning to take a secretarial course next year, and we know her pleasing manner will do much for her. Her homework and her sewing class will live long in Mary’s memory. Paul Rubner 96 Park Avenue Baseball, Honor Roll Paul has much personality and a keen sense of humor He intends to become head janitor at " Upsala. " We all wish him success. James A. Ryan 39 Newport Street Basketball Manager, Class Basket ball Our energetic " Jimmie ' ' will study at Boston College next year. He likes to play hockey and he confides that he will be very happy when he gets his diploma. (Page Seventy-one) Elsa Linnea Ryberg 5 2 Newland Road Glee Club. Gilbert and Sullivan. " Patience,” G. A. A. Blond-haired Elsa is planning to at- tend Burdett ' s. She is musically in- clined and admits she will never forget the Glee Club Festival. C. Marie Sacco 32 Pondview Road Dramatic Club. Year Book Committee, T ennis Pretty Marie, surprisingly called Bags,’ ' is going to Wilfred Academy to improve her natural flair in that line. Her artistic ability is also shown in her sketching. Ellen Electra Sackos 139 Palmer Street Gilbert and Sullivan, " Pa- tience,” " Mikado” “El " is another promising secretary, who is headed for Bryant and Stratton. She will always remember the Gilbert and Sullivan operettas as well as her homework. Greta Louise Safgren 3 5 Overlook Road " Patience, " Glee Club, Honor Roll Greta has a very sweet personality and should make a charming secretary after her training at the Pierce Secre- tarial School. She ' ll always remem- ber Miss Wardell ' s music class. Robert Henry Sanders 71 Allen Street Football, Hockey, Baseball Class T reasurer “Doc " intends to carry on his bril- liant career at Muhlenberg. Although he is skilled at hockey and baseball, football is his favorite sport. We ' ll see you in the papers. “Doc ' ' ! Manuel Paul Santos 76 Melrose Street Class Basketball Next year, Manuel plans to attend Bentley’s to study accounting. His favorite sport is baseball. “Mouse’’ tells us he ' ll never forget his teachers. (Page Seventy-two) Betty Saville 418 Massachusetts Avenue Betty, who is blond, blue-eyed, and attractive, intends to go to Westbrook Jr. College to take up a secretarial course. Betty ' s favorite class was her Spanish class with Miss Lazelle. Richard Fredrick Schober 49 Churchill Avenue Dramatic Club. " House Beautiful,” Honor Roll " Dick, ' " whose favorite sports are baseball and skating, plans to attend Bentley ' s next year. Good luck and success to a grand fellow. Jane Saville 418 Massachusetts Avenue Attractive and pleasant Jane is off to Westbrook Jr. College next year to study nursing. In her spare time. Jane enjoys swimming and sailing. The best of luck! Marjorie Jean Semonian 30 Cliff Street Treasurer of Debate Club. Var- sity Debate, Band. Orchestra. Art C lub. Quill. Dramatic Club. G. A. A. " Midge. - ' talented and likeable, vvon first place in the Scholastic Mu- sic Awards last year. She ' ll never forget the prize — a trip to New York to broadcast and to see the World’s Fair. Marie Catherine Schlaick 20 Benjamin Road Swimming and dancing are the fa- vorite activities of quiet, unassuming Marie who plans to attend Charles Secretarial School where she will pre- pare for secretarial work. Thomas Henry Sennott 1 08 Medford Street Track, Cross Country, Fine Arts Club Light-haired " Tom " plans to enter B. C. in the fall. He has said that he is crazy about all sports and will nev- er forget the teachers and study-peri- ods at A. H. S. (Page Seventy-three) Virginia Marsh Sewall 103 Lake Street We have a future nurse in the Class of 1 940! But after graduating from Deaconess Hospital. " Jini " wants to become a doctor. Best of luck. " Jini”! Jeannette Shedd 116 Jason Street Fine Arts Club Artistic " Netti " will attend Vesper George School to further her promis- ing art career. As a sideline, she ' ll take up tennis, a sport at which she is very proficient. Beatrice Hilton Sheehan 69 Westminster Avenue Debating Club Because she, considers nursing the ideal profession for a woman. " Bea " plans to train at the Cambridge Hos- pital. We feel sure that she’ll be a success in her chosen career. Mary Elizabeth Sheldon 8 Elmore Street Honor Roll Taking time out from swimming and skating, studious " Shel " intends to go to B. U. from which place she hopes to emerge the essence of the per- fect secretary. Holley Matthew Shepherd 75 Coolidge Road Quiet and serious, Holley is in- tensely interested in radio (he’s asso- ciated with station W2XAL) and in the World Youth movement. After graduation, he ' ll go to Tufts to pre- pare for the ministry. Gardner Hill Sloan 224 Massachusetts Avenue Ski Club, Honor Roll, Editor of Year Book " S” is one of our all-round A. H. S. students — a good student and ac- tive in sports. He plans to attend M. I. T. to study chemistry. (Page Seventy-four) Faith W. Smith 80 Orvis Road Honor Roll, School Paper. T enms Because she wants to be a secre tary. “Fay” intends to go to Kather- ine Gibbs School. As extra-curricular activities, she ' ll choose everything from horseback riding and swimming, to movies and dancing. Gwendolyn M. Smith 77 Egerton Road Honor Roll. Dramatic Club. T ennis Gwen is looking forward to Framingham Business College but not to leaving Arlington High. “Gwen likes dancing and swimming for out- side activity. Jane Phyllis Smith 35 Bartlett Avenue Honor Roll. Debating Club. Dramatic Club. Class Tennis. Senior Prom Committee Jane hopes to go to Bryn Mawr after leaving Arlington High. She cares a lot for skiing, skating, and swimming for outdoor activity. Norma Ernestine Smith 16 Pine Street Honor Roll, Debating Club. Dramatic Club. Senior Prom Committee, Tennis. G. A. A. Norma ' s future ambition is to go to Boston University, where she wants to study for a medical secretary Ten nis. dancing, and skating are Norma ' s favorite activities. Eunice Thelma Sorenson 3 8 Newman Way Glee Club. “Patience . Secretary of Glee Club " Boots” is heading for a musical education. She will long remember the enjoyment of her music and cho- rus classes. Watching football and hockey games is her outside interest. Elvira Caroline Spina 146 Palmer Street Honor Roll. Orchestra. Glee Club “Elvie” intends to go to Boston University to become a medical sec- retary or doctor ' s assistant. She loves to play the accordion and enjoys swimming, skating, badminton, and hiking. (Page Seventy-five) Kenneth Orin Spooner 5 Brattle Street WlNNIFRED V. STAAF 46 Bartlett Avenue John Edward Spinner 348 Gray Street Hockey, Baseball " Spartsie” plans on entering Duke. He proves himself noble in making pancakes and fudge. He enjoys base- ball for one of his outside activities. Gilbert and Sullivan, Track, Dramatic Club, Football, Class Basketball ‘ ' Ken " plans on entering Harvard. He loves to play ping-pong, checkers and chess. He will always remem- ber graduation as a great event. He also considers himself to be quite old- fashioned. “Winnie " is planning on going to college to take a business course. She loves listening to recordings of her fa- vorite orchestras and enjoys skating. Ruth Eleanor Staples 457 Summer Street " Topsy, " as her friends call Ruth, is going to be the ideal secretary, and will learn how at Fisher Business School. She loves to skate, dance, and bowl, and is equally skillful in each one. Florence Bertha Starkey 175 Jason Street " Flo " will continue her ardent en- thusiasm for dancing and ice-skating at Middlebury. Never will she forget Miss Jewett’s biology class. Roscoe Parker Starratt 48 Edmund Road A familiar picture in A. H. S. is Roscoe as he waits with bated breath for his report cards. Speaking of bait, he loves to fish, and on summer days can always be found at the best fishing spots. (Page Seventy-six) Jean Murray Steeves 35 Cluter Street A. H. S. will miss " Jeanie " at the football and hockey games next year. She is going to Higgins Commercial School and must bid farewell to lesser things. She will always treasure fond memories of Miss Kennedy’s sewing Eugene Frank Sullivan 1 7 Everett Street Hockey, Class Baseball, Class Basketball, Glee Club, Honor Roll A trip around the world is " Sully ' s” big ambition, although he will be quite content when he goes to Ran dolph Field. He is going to design motors, and we know this will prove interesting. Helen R. Stratton 1 1 Trowbridge Street Helen is headed straight for Holly- wood, for she is going to the Univer- sity of Southern California. She has been a familiar figure at all athletic events, but the time that she got “A " in bookkeeping surpassed all other oc- casions, Henry Patrick Sullivan 1 4 Edgehill Road Class Basketball , Baseball " Hank ' is going to take up engi- neering at M. I. T. It ' s a hard course, but we know " Hank ' s” grand smile and personality will keep him on top. His favorite activity is week-ending at the Cape. Donald Robert Sullivan 10 Devereaux Street Gilbert and Sullivan The songster of A. H. S.. ' Don " starred in several Gilbert and Sullivan operettas. Outside of school, his col- lection of records has made history, and perhaps some bright day he will be listening to his own recordings. Kathryn Jean Sutton 24 Mystic Lake Drive Dramatic Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, Class Basketball , Dance Committee, Class Tennis, Dramatic Club Usher A grand girl. " Kay” is interested in football, dancing, and the " movies.” She will always remember the friend- ships she has made at A. H. S.. and next year at Kathryn Gibbs Business School, we know that she will make (Page Seventy-seven) more. Robert W. Swanson 561 Summer Street Class Basketball, Class Baseball ' Red ' " is heading for Wentworth. His favorite outside interest is hockey. Mary Elizabeth Sweeney 72 Allen Street field Hockey, Baseball, Tennis. Basketball , Glee Club, G. A. A., Dramatic Club Mary enjoys singing. She is go- ing to study at Sargent because of her interest in sports. Priscilla Swett 86 Mt. Vernon Street Class Basketball Priscilla plans to study at Sargent next year. Her collection of records is one of her prized possessions. Marion Sutherland Tait 1 24 George Street Glee Club. Honor Roll, “Patience,” Quill Pixie thinks swimming is tops. She will enter Radcliffc in the fall to further her studies. Julia Taylor 34 Governor Road Tennis, Basketball . Honor Roll ' “Julie” will remember Mr. John- son ' s class. She loves to dance and swim. Next fall Burdctt ' s will claim " Julie ' s’’ time. William E. Taylor 34 Governor Road Honor Roll, Football, Class Basketball, Class Baseball, Golf To study arborculture. " Tiny” will go to the University of New Hamp- shire. " Tiny,” who is a lover of na- ture, says, " I hope I will never for- get the panorama of my classmates!” (Page Seventy-eight) William Edward Taylor 553 Summer Street Football. Basketball, Track. Baseball. Gilbert and Sullivan This tall, good-looking senior is nick-named " Tiny No. 2 . " He likes sports and gaiety of all sorts. Samuel Tedesco 102 North Union Street “Sam. " a boy with a flair for fun. likes swimming, dancing, and foot- ball. He wants to go to Boston Uni- versity to study business and machines, too. Richard Dunstan Teevan 3 2 Oakland Avenue Student Council " Dick " plans to be a Certified Pub- lic Accountant and will study at Bent- ley ' s. Dancing, parties, hockey, and baseball are " Dick ' s” favorite pas- times. Cathryn Virginia Teeven 32 Oakland Avenue Student Council, Class Tennis. Class Basketball . Honor Roll " Jin i . ' ' who wants to become an efficient secretary, is going to Strat- ford. Our friendly classmate likes skating and movies, and she will re- member her friends and favorite teach- ers for a long time. William Louis Teisciero 220 Forest Street Class Basketball " Bill " likes hockey and baseball. He will always remember his friends in the class of 1940. He intends to study at Bentley’s. Mary Virginia Thomas 9 Sawin Street Basketball . Baseball Because of her fascination for clothes. " Westy " will study at May- fair Academy to become a mannequin. " Westy ' s” hobby is photography. (Page Seventy-nine) Barbara Hazel Thurston 220 Florence Avenue Gilbert and Sullivan, Dramatic Club Our lucky " Barbie ' ' is receiving an extension course in radio work as a graduation gift from her aunt. Good luck, " Barbie’’ ! Katherine Agnes Tierney 1 7 Everett Street " Kay " will be beating a path to Burdett ' s. She will long remember her junior sewing class. Ruth Virginia Tierney 126 Sunset Road Honor Roll Ruth, otherwise known as " Tiny. " is preparing for Regis. She will nev- er forget Mr. Burke and her classes in Economics. Eleanor Marie Tremblay 63 Foster Street Glee Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, Twirler, " Patience,” " Mikado,” " Pirates of Penzance " Energetic “El. " who loves any kind of music, is planning to attend Bry- ant and Stratton. Her favorite pas- time is skating. Helen Marie Tremblay 48 Fairmont Street Glee Club, G. A. A., Tennis. Honor Roll Gay, witty, and fun-loving Shor- ty. " who radiates cheer, will remember Miss Jenk ' s Business Organization class for a long, long time. Good luck to you at Burdett ' s! William A. Trenchard 1 1 9 Webster Street William, whose favorite activities are hunting and sleeping, will study at Bentley’s. He will fondly remember the teachers at A. H. S. (Page Eighty) Mary Elaine Twitchell 5 7 Hillsdale Road Honor Roll, Orchestra, Dra- matic Club, Class Tennis, Year Book Committee Our friendly, conscientious, and re- liable Elaine will be a success in any field after graduating from Emmanuel. A true friend, herself. Elaine main- tains she’ll never forget her friends of A. H. S. Gerard Vincent Wallace 406 Massachusetts Avenue Baseball, Gilbert and Sullivan " Gerry ' s " is headed for Holy Cross. As outside activities, he enjoys swim- ming, baseball, and sailing. Dorothy Ann Viveiros 246 Forest Street Wilfred Academy is looking for- ward to the matriculation of our as- piring " Dottie. " Besides beauty cul- tural work " Dottie " enjoys skating and hiking. Irma Margaret Walker 46 Magnolia Street Honor Roll, Class Tennis. Class Basketball Cheerful " Midget, " whose main ob- ject is having fun, will further her business training at Katherine Gibbs Secretarial school. Skating, dancing, and the movies take up most of her time. William Warren Waddell 63 Cleveland Street Honor Roll, Hockey, Ski Club, Tennis. Class Basketball Gay and debonair " Bill” plans to attend Norwich. This popular lad. who incidentally is a clever artist, in- forms us that he will remember grad- uation for many years to come. Leon Thomas Walsh 5 6 Newcomb Street Basketball , Class Tennis, Class Baseball, Golf An ardent golf fan, energetic " Tea " likes all sports and is planning to train for a gym teacher at Springfield Col- lege. The " fine bunch of students” he will never forget. (Page Eighty-one) — — — - Paul Watterson 87 Richfield Road Paul is one of our friendly and likeable seniors. He is going to fol- low his father ' s footsteps after gradu- ation and enter the Western Union. In changing schools. Paul has noticed a marked difference between teachers and students. We hope for the best. Paul. Nathan Weiss 1 3 Surry Road Quill Staff Energetic " Weezer " delights in journalism. Besides his school work, he is gathering material for a most comprehensive " History of the Theatre. 1930-1940. " He is also responsible for the renaming of our school paper Catherine Pauline Welch 102 Melrose Street " Cathie” is one of the girls from the class of ' 40 who is going to Fish- er ' s Business School. She is intending to follow secretarial work. Richard Winslow Wells 40 Newport Street Honor Roll, Track, Captain of Cross Country Team Amiable " Dick. whose cheerful disposition makes him many friends, will study journalism at B. Lh Noted for his swift feet, " Dick’s " favorite activities are track and hockey. He will long remember his friends. Frances E. Weslowski 1 1 Grove Street Place Class Basketball ' ‘Frannie. " who has a pleasant per- sonality, is off to Simmons next year to study nursing. " Frannie " goes for all sports and will always remember trying to get to Room 34 on time. Rita Marie Weyn 59 Foster Street Honor Roll. Gilbert and Sullivan Rita, better known as “Waynie.” enjoys skating, hiking, dancing, and taking her dog for a walk. Next year she hopes to attend Bryant and Stratton. May success always greet her. (Page Eighty-two) Mary Doris White 27 Mill Street Class Tennis Mary Gertrude White 24 Clark Street Honor Roll Thomas White 2 1 Woodland Street Honor Roll, Student Council Swimming and roller skating occu- py our " Dorrie ' s” leisure time. In the future, we see her as a nurse cur- ing her patients with her ever friendly smile. The remembrance of Miss Preston’s special Greek class will always remain in Mary’s mind. We are sure that she will achieve her goal in life, because of her record as a splendid student. To M. I. T. our brilliant scholar. ’’Torn.’’ is headed. We, his friends, look forward to great accomplish ments from him in the years to come Lois G. Whitman 5 9 Ronald Road Honor Roll Hiking and dancing are " Lo s” fa- vorite activities in her spare time. At the Chandler School, she will prepare to become a successful secretary. Lyman Stone Whitney 1 3 1 Highland Avenue Basketball " Whit " enjoys auto racing and swimming. He says that he will al- ways remember the fine friends that he has made at A. H. S. He will en- ter Norwich. Gladys Eleanor Wiggins 1447 Massachusetts Avenue Honor Roll This horseback riding enthusiast wants to attend B. U. Her troubles in algebra and geometry will be always unforgetable to " Glad.” We wish her best of luck. (Page Eighty-three) Leo Francis Wilson 34 Silk Street Hockey. Baseball. Band Quiet " Will " enjoys both attend ing sports events and participating in them. We have no doubts as to the success of this good fellow at Boston College. Marion Frances Winn 4 1 Cornell Street Band. Orchestra. Gilbert and Sullivan. Dramatic Club Our musically inclined " Dimples " is going to the New England Con- servatory of Music. Every one is cer- tain that " Dimples " and her violin will surely succeed. Marjorie S. Wilson 36 Academy Street Band. Gilbert and Sullivan. " Mikado. " " Pirates of Penzance Although " Margie " loves singing the best, she also enjoys swimming, knitting, sleeping, and dancing. We are certain that success will crown her efforts in the future. Catherine Elisabeth Wood 1 0 Farmer Road Band Kay has chosen a unique career: that of musical journalism. To pre- pare for such work, she is going to Vermont Junior College and thence to Boston University. Evelyn M. Wing 87 Grand View Road Evelyn delights in swimming and skiing. Whatever her walk of life, we know that her earnest endeavor will be well rewarded. P. S. She has always longed for escalators in A. H. S. Roy Francis Woods 54 Hemlock Street Honor Roll. Art Class " Sticker " intends to go to Texas A. U M. where he will continue his studies. (Page Eighty-four) Duncan Friend Woodward 5 Grove Street Football. Honor Roll. Class Basketball " Deac” thinks he will remember the 1939 football season the longest. He wants to attend the University of New Hampshire to become a poultry farmer Christina Chaplin Young 3 Henry Street " Chris” likes to play the " uke” and read. She doesn ' t know exactly what she wants to do after graduation, but we imagine she will succeed in what- ever field she enters. Violet Mary Jane Worden 1 1 Oakledge Street Honor Roll Violet hopes to get a position do- ing secretarial work as soon as she graduates from high school. She says that A. H. S. made its strongest im- pression through the medium of home work. Warren Irving Young 2 39 Gray Street T ennis Warren intends to go to North- eastern and become an electrical engi neer. His favorite sports are skating, skiing, and tennis. He believes he will remember his friends the longest Charlotte Wunderly 9 Lincoln Street Class Tennis. Class Basketball . Honor Roll Popular Charlotte plans to further her education at Simmons. Summer is her favorite season because she enjoys swimming and sailing so much. Dorothy Marie Yunitz 73 Cleveland Street T ennis " Dot” is going to B. U. to con- tinue in the secretarial field. Her fa- vorite outside activities are tennis and skating. She will long remember her cooking classes. (Page Eighty-five) Eugenie B. Zartarian 1 9 Menotomy Road I ennis Mass. Art School is Eugenie ' s choice where she will study designing. She will always remember the kind atti- tude of her classmates when she came from Syria. Garbis B. Zartarian 66 Richfield Road Aero Club, Class Basketball . Honor Roll Garbis will atte nd M. I. T. where we know he will maintain his high scholarship. He won ' t forget the " technical ' ' boys of 1939-1940. He likes all outdoor sports. Arpine Adamian 4 Kensington Park Shy " Penny ' ' is to receive training for secretarial science at Bryant £3 Stratton ' s. Meanwhile bowling and horseback riding will keep her enter- tained. Mary Aurelia 76 Rawson Road Honorable Mention Dimples ' ' is going to a secretarial school because she likes to do office work. She dances and swims for rec- reation. Alice Avakian 64 Brooks Avenue " A1 ' enjoys her 45 minutes of Eco- nomics immensely. She is an enthusi- astic fan of the theatre. Jeanne Bailey 1 7 Bartlett Avenue Jeanne is going to Westbrook Jr. College, but she evidently is keeping the rest a secret. Russell Barbour Woodside Avenue, Wellesley Russell, who came to A. H. S. from Brooklyn Technical High, intends to go to M. 1. T. to enter the field of chemistry research. Joseph James Barry 30 School Street Quill Staff, Gilbert and Sullivan Club, " Patience,” " Pirates of Penzance” Football and water sports interest our friendly " Joe. ' ’ Next year he plans to enter Northeastern to prepare for the business world. Helen Barthelemy 1 4 Swan Place Field Hockey " Team. Basketball Team, Tennis Team. Girls’ Athletic Assn.. " Quill " Staff Helen plans to go to Katherine Gibbs to become a secretary. She enjoys ten- nis and ice-skating and wishes that it took longer to go through high school. Robert Baths 103 Oakland Avenue Football, Hockey " Bob ' s” feats on the gridiron and on the ice as well as his sunny disposi- tion and winning smile have made him known to all. We expect great achieve- ments from him at U. C. L. A. Claire Rita Bennett 1 0 Marathon Street " Frenchy” intends to make a career of hair and beauty culture by first training at Mansfield. Her foremost memory of her Alma Mater will be the homework. Elsa Josephine Bergstrom 43 Franklin Street Elsa will always remember her friends and the fun they had. She likes bowling and tennis, and wants to do clerical work. James Charles Bina 1 20 Sowell Street Football " Jim " is one of the bovs who has helped us attain our athletic standing He is going off to Duke next year and we know we shall hear more from him. (Page Eighty-six) TITT Allan Black 5 9 Winter Street President of Model Aero Club " Al " has long been interested in air- planes. He will attend M. 1. T. to study aeronautics and hopes to work in that business in later life Roland Bailey Boswell 27 Harvard Street " Buds will remember how much it costs to be a Senior. I guess we all will. " Bud. ' ' Next year he will go to Bryant and Stratton School to study accounting and business management. Virginia Gertrude Brown 1 9 Chandler Street " Ginger. " an active member in a sub-deb club, thoroughly enjoys danc ing. Her heart is set on going to Bur dett ' s to study the knack of operating a comptometer. Vivian Louise Brown 5 82 Massachusetts Avenue Honor Roll " Viv, " whose goal is to be a hair- designer. will train at Banford Acad emy. She is enthusiastic about ten- nis. To all those who know her she is indeed a true friend. James Edward Byrne 1 7 Chestnut Street Football, Class Basketball " Buddy " is very fond of bowling. When he graduates, he will help his father in his business. Henry Channen 28 Pond View Road Football, Tennis, Class Basket- ball. Band. Orchestra Sociable, curly-headed " Hank " won t forget the friends he made at A. H. S. even when he is pursuing a technical course at Mass. State College. Hockey and football are his favorite sports. Doris H. Claflin 9 1 Ronald Road Tennis, Baseball, Art Club Artistic " Dot " is headed for Mass. Art School All sports appeal to her. especially skiing, skating, and swim- ming. Melvin Cohen 4 1 Dudley Street Class Basketball. Class Baseball Next year " Co Co " intends to pur- sue an accounting course at Bentley ' s. He spends most of his spare time sell ing newspapers. (Page Eighty-seven) Kevin Corbet 16 1 Wallaston Avenue " Casey ' s " next few years will be spent at Notre Dame where he plans to develop his literary ability. He is one of Arlington ' s many golf enthusiasts. Thelma Dorothy Corner 1 1 0 Wallaston Avenue Honor Roll. Music Assemblies " Tim. " an honor student and an active participant in the Music As- semblies. plans to follow a musical career in which we wish her the best of luck. Caroline L. Critchell 1 6 Locke Street For " Sparcbi, dancing is one of the greatest joys in life. Next year, at x-ray school, she will also enjoy learn- ing how to become a laboratory tech- nician. Lloyd Robert Crocker 26 Upland Road West Class Basketball , Class Baseball Lloyd s next few years will be spent at Mass. State. His favorite outside activities are hockey and baseball Lloyd is appreciative of the fact that he is graduating in three years. Russell Joseph Cummings 125 Hillside Avenue “ Chronicle ” Dark, good-looking Russell is cer- tainly master of the ivories. He should have no difficulty in joining an or- chestra when he graduates from the New England Conservatory of Music. Good luck, Russell! Dana Cutter 195 Park Avenue Tall, blond " Curly " optimistically hopes that his successors will conquer algebra. Next year we will find him at Wentworth Institute. Miss Jerardi ' s German class will remain his shinning memory . Gladys Dick Dempster 149 Franklin Street Gladys is an outdoor girl Her fa- vorite activities are swimming and out- of door sports. John E. Dockham 5 7 Moulton Road Honor Roll John, one of our honor students, is better known by his friends as " Hawk- eye. " In the literary field we feel that John will be a shining star — we expect great things of him. Mary Es i her Downing 9 8 Pal m e r Street Popular Mary is an ardent football and hockey Ian She intends to be a secretary. Her many high school friends wish her success in everything. Krikor Ermonian 43 Fairmont Street With no definite college or business before him, Krikor spends his spare moments patterning himself after Babe Ruth. William A. Fitzpatrick 602 Massachusetts Avenue " Fitzie " is the winner of the 1939 Diamond Belt Boxing Championship. Being sport minded he enjoys fighting in amateur boxing tournaments. He fondly recalls afternoon sessions. Margaret Gaddis 221 Wachusett Avenue Margaret will long remember the football and hockey games which she faithfully attended. She hopes to pur- sue a business career next year at Bry- ant and Stratton ' s. Good luck. Mar garet! Helen M. George 1 6 Milton Street Helen still feels badly about being sent to the boiler room. Perhaps next year at Burdett College she will be careful as to whom she inquires for directions. Evelyn Catharine Harris 5 Park Terrace " Evie wants to be a seamstress be- cause she is capable of doing it well and enjoys doing it. She is an out- door girl who travels to N. H. for tobogganing. Paul Robert Hederman 1 8 Wbittemore Street Honor Roll. Baseball. Hockey, f rack. Football. Basketball " Hedge " anticipates travelling far to prepare to be a business executive. U. C. L. A. is his goal. May the career of this hockey enthusiast be marked with success. Marion Ruth Higgin 5A Lakeview Stamp Club. Debating Club. Dramatic Club Our horseback riding enthusiast. Ruthie. hopes to become a good chemist by way of Mass. State. Best of luck in the future Anna Higgins 155 Warren Street Baseball, Class Basketball Anna is one of our loyal rooters at football games. She wants to be a nurse. Russell David Isner 92 Eastern Avenue Football, Basketball " Russ,” our popular athlete, has selected Dartmouth for the next few years of education. Edward James Johnson 41 Churchill Avenue Dramatic Club " Ed " is going to Bentley ' s to take accounting, which is his specialty. He ' ll remember the Arlington-Melrose game of 1938. Who will not? Didn t we win ? Marion C. Johnson 14 Marathon Street Dramatic Club, Honor Roll " Shorty " plans on entering Law- rence Memorial Nursing School in hopes of being an air hostess. She loves hav- ing lots of fun. Constance Louise Kelly 16 West Court Terrace Class Baseball, Class Basketball " Con nie " likes bowling, skating, swimming, and “A’s” on her report card. Who doesn ' t like " A ' s " ! She will go to Wilfred ' s Academy of Hair- dressing. Jean Doris Kelly 16 West Court Terrace Class Basketball, Class Baseball, Honorable Mention Put " Kel " in a kitchen with all the ingredients for molasses candy, and she ' ll be supremely happy. If she works in an office as capably as she cooks, she ' s certain of success. Nelson James King 1428 Massachusetts Avenue Basketball . Gilbert and Sullivan " Pud " will enter B. U. to study business administration. He likes danc- ing and swimming and will remember " the swell bunch of seniors this year. " Arthur James Knight 17 Walnut Terrace Football, Basketball Arthur is planning to enter Duke University next year. We wish this Arlington High athlete the best of luck in his career. Lucille D. Kraff 625 Summer Street T ennis " Lu " aspires to the College of Hard Knocks because, she says, opportunity only knocks once. Is this why they call her " Krafty” ? Marjorie Elizabeth Ladd 223 Florence Avenue " Rusty’s " heart is in office work, and she will make it her vocation. She believes she will remember graduation day the longest. Christopher Daniel Rally 29 Crescent Hill Avenue Gilbert and Sullivan, Class Basketball " Danny " is going to Wentworth and hopes to be a lieutenant in the U. S. Army He has had some military experience and he likes it. Louise B. Lavezzo 5 Robbins Road T ennis " Lou " is an aspirant of Bryant and Stratton. She enjoys dancing. When thinking of Arlington High, she will recall the long hours of homework she had. Everett Lreeman Linekin 38 Tanager Street Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, Drum Major of Band, Band " Linnie " will go to the Coast Guard Academy, New London, Conn. His memorable experiences are the Senior Prom. 1940 New Year’s Eve, and track meets. Joan M. MacLeod 519 Summer Street Class Tennis, Class Basketball , Gilbert and Sullivan " Annie " loves to dance (swing pre- ferred). Nevertheless she intends to quiet down and make some one a most efficient secretary after she graduates from Burdett ' s. Edith M. MacNaughton 1 3 1 Highland Avenue G. A. A. Good-natured " Edie " enjoys making friends and will have an opportunity to make more new acquaintances when she attends a business school in the fall. Anthony Gene Manoli 1 7 Fairmont Street Football, Class Basketball " Tony " hasn ' t decided what school to attend but has definitely decided he will not tolerate girls who persist in giggling in the movies. Daniel Patrick McGurl 158 Summer Street Baseball. Hockey, Track, Honor Roll, Football. Dramatic Club " Beezer, " an enthusiast of all sports, plans to enter Holy Cross next year to prepare for his life work. James Richard McGurl 1 8 Grove Street Place Honor Roll, Football, Hockey, Dramatic Club, Baseball, Track A participant in all forms of sports. " Ele” is going to Teachers ' College next year. Leonard Herbert McKeown 16 Central Street " Red " desires to be an engineer, and we feel sure that he will succeed. He is enthusiastic over football and hockey. Frank Neal McLaughlin 1 02 Webster Street Class Basketball Frank is planning to go to Harvard to study law. Our future lawyer tells us his pastimes include basketball and hockey. Good luck, Frank! William McLaughlin 2 1 Lee Terrace Cross Country Nick-named " Sleepy " by those who know William loves all sports, and could be seen cheering at every athletic event. His favorite sport is cross coun- try running. Andrew M. Millican 7 Forest Street Place After graduation " Red ' s " ambition is to be an electrical engineer. In the summer, swimming is his favorite sports, while in the winter, he prefers to pass his time in his workshop. Margaret Anne Nicoloro 1 0 Dudley Street Place Dramatic Club " Nickie” is one of our prominent class singers. She intends to continue her singing career, and we are looking forward to hearing her on the radio in the near future. Phyllis Clare Nowlin 1 064 Massachusetts Avenue " Phil " is one of our better roller skaters. She intends to enter the hair- dressing business, in which we know she will be successful. " Phil " will al- ways remember her Oral English classes. (Page Eighty-eight) Mary Margaret O ' Brien 4 1 Lewis Avenue Our other " O. B. " is a young lady who intends to become a nurse. This is Mary ' s first year at A. H. S., and she likes it very much. We like her. too. Francis Joseph O ' Connell 82 Marathon Street Honor Roll, Gilbert and Sulli- van, Art Club, Football, Class Baseball, Class Basketball When " Fran” is industriously study- ing at Notre Dame, he will recall with tenderness the kind teachers at A. H. S. " Dancing in the dark " occupies his spare time. Rose Marie Panetta 84 Margaret Street Gilbert and Sullivan Rose still remembers her first day at A. H. S. and the trouble she had get- ting to classes on time. She plans to become a nurse. Frank A. Parragona 1 4 1 Thorndike Street " Hotty " considers auto repairing his business. Outside of school he spends most of his time following the various sports. Harold Otis Puffer 1 9 A Fairmont Street " Sonny " will be a business man af- ter attending Burdett ' s. He ' ll always remember Miss Nash and the statue he broke outside her room. Dorothy Alice Simonds 1 9 Frost Street Friendly " Dot " doesn ' t know why. but she ' s going to Lascll. While there, she intends to take active part in horseback riding and dancing, her favorite activities. Reuel Irwin Smith 1 6 Newcomb Street Art Club of ' 39 " Smitty” will always remember the fun he had in the fine arts class of ' 38 and ' 39. He is heading for Bentley ' s to take a course in accounting. Walter J. Smith 1 0 Magnolia Street Baseball, Cross Country, Track, Class Basketball , Football " Smitty " wants to enter the in- surance business. Baseball and bowl ing arc his favorite sports The good friends he made is what he will re- member. Edward A. Snell 159 Mystic Street " Ed, " a likeable senior, says that his ambition is to go to Boston Col lege. We wonder if he ' ll remember the teachers there as long as he will those at A. H. S.? Marie Sonia I 160 Massachusetts Avenue Orchestra Sonia is a girl with a friendly smile who enjoys football games and swim ming. Her ambition is to be a teach- er, so next year will find her at Bridge water College. Anna Eileen Stanley 30 Egerton Road " Lee " is going to Fisher’s Business School. She enjoys skating and danc- ing. " High school wasn ' t too bad while it lasted. " said " Lee. " George Paul Stefaney 26 Peter Tufts Road Golf Athletic " Stef” can’t decide about his future, but he knows he’ll remem- ber his report cards at A H S. Foot ball and skiing are his favorite activi- ties. Norman W. Stockei.i.burg 5 6 l airmont Street Radio Club. Golf, Dramatic Club " Norm " has learned a great deal about motion picture projecting in his high school years. He hopes to con- tinue in that line of work. He was an ardent student in Mr. Kemp’s chem- istry class. Edna Rose Sullivan 77 Gloucester Street G. A. A., Captain of Girls ' Baseball, field Hockey. Basketball " Sully. " an active member in all athletics, is going to further her edu- cation at Higgins Commercial School. She has made many friends at A. IL S.. and we shall expect her back next year to visit her favorite teacher. Mr. Burke. Elizabeth Fay Taylor 1 06 Milton Street " Bet " will always remember the fun in Mr. Kenny’s class. She will be a beautician and plans to study at Wilfred Academy. Natalie E. Titus 101 Irving Street Tennis, Cheer, Leader Vivacious and versatile, " Nat " al- ways enjoys sports. This future dietitian from the Farmer’s School of Dietetics will never forget the fun she had during her three years. Lurena Florence Walsh Honor Roll. Glee Club Quiet Lurena aspires to be a social service worker and will attend Sim nions. She states that she will fondly remember the teachers when she thinks over her high school days. Alfred Clark Woodward 45 Linden Street Class Basketball. Class Tennis " Sonny " intends to go to Mass. State and hopes to get a government position in forestry. He likes camp ing. swimming, football, and hockey. (Page Eighty-nine) 1 Vila i WL Boy Girl Best All-round 1. " Bob ' Sanders 2. " Kay " Powers Most Popular 3. Warren Dale 4. Jeanne Hagan Best Actor 5. Stephen Keefe 6. Catherine Iaconis Most Musical 7. Warren Patriquin 8. Marjorie Semonian Most Intellectual 9. Gardner Sloan 10. Catherine Iaconis Most Athletic 1 1. " Bob " Sanders 12. " Kay " Powers Most Likely to Succeed 1 3. Warren Dale 14. Jean Mark Wittiest 15. Roger Duffey 1 6. Phyllis Coleman Best Dancer 17. Nelson King 18. Raynore Fiske Tallest 19. Harold Cue 20. Jean Leslie Shortest 21. Robert Langley 22. Marion Johnson Most Attractive 23. William Waddell 24. Ruth Richardson Best Dressed 25. William Coughlin 26. Barbara Higgins Best Orator 27. Donald MacCallum 28. Jean Mark Most Businesslike 29. Warren Dale 30. Elizabeth Marshall Most Bashful 31. William Waddell 32. Janet Meikle Most Talkative 33. Leonard Hatch 34. Ruth Higgins Most Artistic 35. Warren Patriquin 36. Jeannette Shedd (Page Ninety) o CL„ In September, 1937, we entered Arlington High School as lowly sopho- mores. We were about seven hundred in number, a few more girls than boys. We were just out of Junior High and somewhat confused and bewildered, be- cause entering high school was a strange experience, and we were not certain as to how we should act. After listening to Mr. Gammon’s words of encourage- ment and advice, the tension was relieved, and we made up our minds to make the most of our high school careers. Our interests were first turned to football. ' ' Cud” Tobin and “Eddie” Burns proved to be potential stars and showed that they would be a great as- set to the team in the future. In the winter, the Dramatic Club presented " The Admirable Crichton,” which was sensational and a great success. Since the leading roles were usually assigned to juniors or seniors, we were greatly surprised and pleased to hear that Jean Mark, a sophomore, was to play the lead as Lady Mary. She gave a very praiseworthy performance, and Peggy Bond, another sophomore, showed great talent as Lady Catherine. Our sophomore year was saddened by the sudden death of Warren Dunn. Prominent in athletics and in bis studies, he will live long in the memory of his classmates. And so ended our sophomore year. Our class had been well represented in all school activities, and we had high hopes for the future. We returned the next fall as juniors, looked up to by the sophomores and tolerated by the seniors. Lor the first week or so, we enjoyed ourselves by con- fusing and misleading the sophomores, but then we settled down to make our junior year an outstanding one. “Cud” Tobin and " Eddie” Burns lived up to all expectations on a foot- ball team which was not so successful as in previous years, but beat Melrose in the final game, which made up for an otherwise poor season. Later in the year, the Dramatic Club came through with its usual brilliant performance in " Excursion.” Jean Mark again played the leading role with professional charm and grace. Our class was further represented by George Harvender and Helen Basmajian, who gave notable performances. In the winter and spring sports, Arlington High was very successful. The hockey team was the champion in its league, and the baseball team won top honors in the Suburban League. We are especially proud of " Bob” Sanders and John Spinner, who did much towards the success of these teams. The basketball team, ably supported by juniors Russ Isner and Charles Glennon, tied for top place in the Suburban League but lost out in the playoffs. (Page Ninety-two) The Gilbert and Sullivan Club put on The Mikado, ' which was sup ported by a brilliant cast and which brought more renown to our class. Don aid Sullivan as Koko will long be remembered by us, and Paul Lane’s portrayal of Pooh-Bah was equally magnificent. Our Junior Prom, sponsored by the Student Council, was one of the highlights of the social season. Jean Mark brought more fame to our class by winning the Red Cross Oratorial Contest and represented Massachusetts in the National Convention at Washington, D. C. Marjorie Semonian also contributed by winning a first and a fourth place in a National Music Composition Contest. Our class felt keenly the loss, by death, of our classmate, Leon Frankel. At last came the long awaited day. On September ninth we returned as proud and lofty seniors. We had to face the year without Mr. Hormell, who went to Medford. Our loss is Medford ' s gain. We were glad, though, to welcome Mr. Fusco as Mr. Hormell’s successor We also wish to welcome Mr Warner in the Science Department, Miss Rooney in the Commercial Depart- ment. Miss Starrett in Household Arts, and Miss Brown, who is succeeding Miss Pattison, beloved English teacher, who died during the summer. The football team, captained by Eddie Burns and Russ Isner, did remark- ably well. Except for a defeat at the hands of Melrose, we should be proud of our team. Early in the fall, class elections were held, and we chose the following: President, Warren Dale: Vice-President, Elizabeth Marshall: Secretary, Jeanne Hagan: Treasurer, Robert Sanders. During the winter the Student Council ran several dances which proved to be very popular. Also it sponsored a drive to keep the lunchroom tidy, which met with great success. New cash registers were installed in the lunchroom, and they did away with all the ticket lines and speeded up the lines at the counters. The Dramatic Club presented " The House Beautiful. " which was tho- roughly enjoyed by all who attended. Stephen Keefe and Catherine laconis were outstanding in the leading roles. President Warren Dale inaugurated the system of sending flowers to those members of our class who are sick. This idea met with much approval and was a great success. The ski team brought a cup to Arlington by winning the Ski Meet at Mount Hood. With the Senior Prom, Class Day, and Graduation not far off. we can look back over our years at Arlington High with pride. We appreciate all that the school and teachers have done for us, and we will not forget them. (liaii. JSona --- IQ -f.O A. H. S. WORDS BY MARJORIE SEMONIAN MUSIC BY WARREN PATRIQUIN z Ef Ez j r i f j j i i ii j ] | j 1 1 1 ■f j -tote talk ' s NO w j r - J e - f ihed , Wc vi s -va| - i xe ho | vt-cl led But J j1, ” f 1 pot ool- tditl i h -r— k s— 1 — t — r J J J ouuev Oh-seeh, r » f J J - 1 J faitK tho K cBal-le ed J 1 1 j i % mm uh-«h-fh«i! . Let i Tn -f — — ri t t P f- C £ 4 f 1 F f F F ( ' iff -| t y _ e ir e d vji -doh mi a t ern o 9 V - Cermt wj i ih TKt e i ' i’ lie ke-yohd -thete F : F f f ; stv j 1005 uja 1 1 s ( M 1 jq K f £ f f 4 --f f r 1 r r J n 2h - -tev--|?Mse -foy ' ioutt-i- ' f L ' I cheats Ti, c -J J t r - OUr-5lh ho C% of cresc f fi f [ ; F I - Oh - -©- e e 1- _s ff ov CbtinLmt Council Each year the student body elects ten seniors, six juniors, and four sopho- mores representatives of each class in the Student Council. The Class of 1940 should be proud of such an enthusiastic and capable organization. The Stu- dent Council sponsored afternoon dances which were well attended by the mem- bers of the student body. These afternoon dances have greatly added to the school spirit among the students. It is our desire that future members will uphold the tradition established by past members and retained by the members of the 1940 Student Council. OFFICERS President Edward Richards. ’40 Vice-President Arthur Blanchard. ’41 Secretary Jeanne Hagan, ’40 Page Ninety-Seven ) [ J xanzatic Back Row: L. Hatch, H. Hansen. D. Gately, R. Strong, G. Harvender. Front Row: M. Cain, J. Mark, T. Shuman, M. Quin- zani, C. Iaconis. The Dramatic Club, directed by Mrs. Matthews and Miss Johnston, boasted this past year about two hundred and fifty members. The club se- lected as its annual play, " The House Beautiful,” by Channing Pollock, which was presented with considerable success, financial and artistic, February 3, at the Town Hall. In important roles were Catherine Iaconis, Jean Mark, Ste- phen Keefe, J ' erry Shuman, Richard Schober, and Eugene Deute. To name the others deserving praise would necessitate listing the entire cast. The Dramatic Club ' s offering for the New England Drama Festival, held this year in Everett, was " The Maid of France. " The cast: Peggy Bond, Kath- erine O’Brien, Stephen Keefe, George Harvender, and Harry Hanson. OFFICERS FOR 1 9 39-40 President Vice-President Secretary Student Manager Jean Mark Terry Shuman Catherine Iaconis Mary Quinzani (Page Ninety-eight) ( _ i R otl4.£ R Eauuru Standing: A. LeBIanc, R. Schober, T. Johnston, C. Iaconis, S. Keefe, W. Hayes, J. Ioanna. Seated: T. Shuman, J. Mark, E. Dente, B. Birch. J. Highland. The House Beautiful, by Channing Pollock, was one of the outstanding artistic successes of A. H. S. Dramatic Club, even comparing favorably with The Merchant of Venice and The Enemy, which have held highest laurels in the history of the club. The House Beautiful presents a difficult staging problem, which was handled with remarkable success. T he vision scenes, presented on a high back- ground stage, were in some cases of breath-taking loveliness. Changes in the very large number of scenes were handled by an efficient stage crew with ef- fective results, except in lack of cooperation by certain immature members of the audience. The acting was of extremely high caliber throughout all parts. Cath erine Iaconis, as Jennifer, gave a life-time of emotions with the sincerity and in- sight of a budding Helen Hayes: Stephen Keefe carried the supporting lead with a simple directness that was most convincing: Jean Mark presented a highly emotional part with artistic control. Since this play also earned a larger profit than any of recent years, it can be considered an outstanding success in all respects. (Page Ninety-nine) Back Row: Mr. Arthur (Printing Adviser), D. .Johnson, N. But ' er, W. Lionetta. P. McMath, Mr. Robinson (Business Adviser ' , A. Brilliante. P. Coleman. M. Guarente. H. McLean, L. Bonardi. Front Row: N. Weiss, R. Medley. A. Waugaman, E. Mahoney (P. G. Adviser), E. Maher (Editor-in-Chief), H. Lund (Managing Editor), E. Marshall, C. Iaconis, V. Lunney, W. White. “The Quill — To the Point” reminds us of the ones who made this, our school paper, a success. Previously organized by members of a journalism class and named “The Chronicle,” this year found no class in journalism. Thereupon, members of the student body decided to reorganize and start a new paper. Miss Treat, Mr. Arthur, and Mr. Robinson were chosen as fac- ulty advisers. The editors and the staff have supplied us with much interest- ing news, gossip, humor, editorials, and interviews. Among those who have been interviewed for the Quill, we discover the names of band leader Kay Kyser, “The Dead End Kids,” and Terry Kilburn, a young English star. The regular feature attractions in each issue have been as follows: Chatter- box, Faculty Facts, Sharps and Flats, Facts about Features, Sport Shots, and Getting Around (with the Seniors). Three cheers should be given to those who helped make “The Quill” a success. Their names are: Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Censor Board ELIZABETH News Sports Gossip Faculty Layout Editor Drama M usic Advertising Distribution Publicity Edward Maher Helen R. Lund Marshall, Nathan Weiss Elizabeth Marshall Billy White Phyllis McMath Catherine Iaconis Helen R. Lund Nathan Weiss Ernest Gariepy Virginia Lunney Richard Medley N. Butler. A. Waugaman (Page One Hundred) Had: How: R. Cutter, R. Hannabury, D. Snowden, R, Porter, R. Munro, J. Johnson, A. Hill, R. Sale, P. La Rue, L. Kraft, J, Jessup. Second How: K. Manning, R. Carey, M. Campbell, D. Johnson, Mary L. Newman, W. Northrup, G. Fredrickson, P. Coleman. H. McLane, Nevart Avakian, E. Sullivan, M. Downing. Front How: W. Gorvine, M. Florencourt. R. Higgin, D. Heilman. M. Semonian, J. Dolan, H. Priest, J. Rhodes, M. Quinzani, N. Smith, P. Smith, R. Malone. The Debating Club, under Mr. Petralia’s capable direction, has enjoyed a successful and instructive year. At the start of each weekly meeting, the presi- dent appointed a chairman and a critic, after which a debate was held. Thus every member has had an opportunity to gain experience in each of these posi- tions: chairman, critic, and debater. Logic and the fundamentals of debating were not considered in detail. Rather an attempt was made to cultivate proper delivery, correct diction, and self-confidence. The Debating Club is really a training ground for the Var- sity Debaters, who this past year, as always, debated with other schools, win- ning a good share of these competitive debates. The Debating Club plans a banquet for its members at the end of the school year, on which occasion pins will be presented to all members of the club. OFFICERS FOR 1939-40 President Acting President Vice-President Secretary T reasurer Marshal Arther Broeg ( forced to leave school because of illness) Joseph Dolan Harry Priest Janice Rhodes Marjorie Semonian William White (Page One Hundred One) Back Row: E. Knuepfer, G. Manning, A. Douthart, C. Bamberg, W. Black, G. Sloan. Second Row: G. Mullen, R. Davies, P. Spofford, E. Bowker, G. MacGillivray, P. Robbins, W. Martin, Mr. Withered. Front Row: M. Peirce, W. Rawding, J. Brine, L. Hatch, R. Hanson, D. Mann, C. Harris, J. Mallette, R. Bamberg. With an enrollment of seventy-five members, this year has been the most successful of the years the Ski Club has been in existence. The club was fortunate in winning the beautiful, thirty-six inch trophy donated by the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Boston to the high school ski team gaining the most points in the boys ' and girls’ skiing events held at the Annual Winter Sports Carnival sponsored by the Mt. Hood Golf and Recrea- tional Association of Melrose. Nineteen high schools competed for this cup. The trophy is to be kept by the winning high school for one year and is to be kept permanently by the first high school to win it three times. On January 22nd, 1940, the Ski Club was invited to attend the opening meeting of the Mt. Hood Association preceding the Mt. Hood Carnival. There Mr. Roland Peabody, manager-director of the Cannon Mt. Tramway, the guest speaker, showed some excellent motion pictures of skiing in New Hamp- shire and the Tramway in the making. On March 16th, 1940, a team composed of the officers of the club and three of the members raced against Leominster High School Ski Team, at Leominster. The A. H. S. team lost the downhill race, but retaliated by win- ning the slalom race. During the season the club has been on many trips to New Hampshire ski centers such as Gilford, North Conway, and Tuckerman Ravine. The officers of the 1939-1940 Ski Club are: President RICHARD HANSON, ' 40 Vice-President DONALD MANN, ’40 Secretary LEONARD HATCH, ' 40 (Page One Hundred Two) Modd £10 Back Ron R. Brown. Mr. Arthur, R. Abrahamson. Front Row: H. Kazanjian, E. Greek, A. Black. L. Smith. N. Ruby. During the fourth year of the Model Aero Club membership fell off slightly, but activity and interest among the small group has remained at a high level The organization has been supervised by Mr. Arthur and for 1939-40, Allan Black has been president. (Page One Hundred Three) 3-«L ’ QU CL C Bade Row: M. Mitchell. V. Halleran, D. Alsen. N. Crowell, B. Danskin, M. Wilscn, C. Baird, B. Evans, J. Garcelon, M. Franco, J. Carr, B, Heaney, B. Ambrose, E. Alsen, D. WinJet, B. Flanders, M. Donovan, R. Bowen. E. Boudrow, R. Hughes, M. Starratt. Third Row: M. Duane, M. Sweeney, G. Hathaway, M. Wraga, I. Avakian, M. Smith, B. Gilman, R. Bamberg, N. Avakian, J. Quattrocchi, A. Samoorian, E. Spina, M. Fagerland, H. Gray, M. Guarente, G. Gross, R. Carey, D. Johnson, C. Boudreau, C. Wilkshire, H. Geddes, R. Kelley. Second Row: B. Ohlund, M. King, F, Williams, G. Gott, K. Gott, J. Hart. E. Barry, D. Gray, M. Quinzani, Miss Wardle, R. Miller, F. Fredo, P. Gunning, E. Marshall, A. Rooney, B. Miller, O. Conti, B. Cook, B. Greim. Front Row: M. Hart, B. Whitman, C. Iaconis, G. Wood, B. McDevitt, R. Alsen, T. Sorensen, M. McMenimen, R. Clare, F. Belyea, N. Boghosian, E. Jones, L. Downie, N. Johnston. The Girls’ Glee Club of 1939-1940, consisting of about ninety girls, hopes to uphold the name of the Arlington High School Girls’ Glee Club and win the State Music Festival and the All-New England Music Festival for the fourth successive year. Besides singing at both festivals this spring, the club, under the direction of Miss Etbelwyn Wardle, is to sing on the radio. The girls have already sung at the Arlington Women’s Club and at school assem- blies. The dance sponsored by the Girls’ Glee Club last fall was well sup- ported by the student body and furnished the club with funds which are to be used to send the girls to the Music Festivals. T he officers of the club are: President Ruth Belliveau. ’40 Vice-President Ruth Miller. ’40 Secretary Margaret McMenimen, ' 40 T reasurer Dorothy Gray. ' 40 Accompanist Evelyn Barry. ’41 (Page One Hundred Four) d llL zt and .ddullujan Bade Row: M. King, J. Hart, E. Carlson, K. Sutton. M. Smith, R. Clare, N. Avakian. L. Thurston, B. Glanders. W. Axelby, D. WinJet, D. Alsen, R. Miller, M. Wilson, J. Garcelon. M. Wilson, R. Weyn. E. Levine, B. Ambrose, R. Alsen, ,J . Alt, E. Acorn, H. Gray, M. McCue, E. Woiculewicz, M. McMenimen. Third Raw: H McAllister. E. Keating, M. Newman. R. Daniels, R. Belliveau, G. Fitzgerald. K. Gott, D. Gray, E. Hanscom, M. Meanor. E. Marshall, E. Sackos, H. Tremblay, M. Walker, V. Fellman, J. Dallin, B. Scott, J. Mellin, D. Lewis, G. Hathaway. E. Owens, M. Brooks, B. Frink, A. Le- Blanc, A. MacQuestion. Second Row: B. Ohlund, M. Ellis, B. Gilman, M. Winn, R. Lamothe, M. West, A. Rooney, B. Miller, L. Geddes, R. Bamberg, D. Sullivan, P. Lane, Mr. Einzig, N. Anderson, B. Quinn. C. Goud, J. Tremblay, H. Geddes, B. McDevitt, L. Bonadi, C. Iaconis, B. Greim, C. Reich. Front Row: E. Dodge, E. Jansen, R. Cunha, K. Spooner, L. Davis, T. Carlson, L. Roberts, D. Lally, R. Quinn, L. Bachofner, A. Cooper, L. Blanchard, A. Blanchard, T. Cronin, J. Coleman, E. Alfano, G. Dillon. C. Alcorn. The Gilbert and Sullivan Club, directed by Mr. Einzig, was one of the largest in the school, boasting over one hundred members. This past year the Club put on perhaps its most ambitious and successful show, the operetta, " Pi- rates of Penzance. " This offering was presented to packed houses at the Junior High East, April 12 and 1 3. The principal members of the cast: Donald Sulli- van as Major-General Stanley, Ernest Gariepy as the Pirate King, Richard Smith as Erederic, Betty Gilman as Mabel, and Dorothy Alsen as Ruth. OFFICERS FOR 1939-40 President Vice-President Secretary Assistant Secretary T reasurer Paul Lane Donald Sullivan Norma Anderson Barbara Quinn Constance Goud (Page One Hundred Five) Rack Row: A. Newell, W. Orchard, P. O’Quinn, L. Blanchard, C. Bamberg. H. Donovon, E. Theis, D. O’Sullivan, C. Pacifici, E. Dodge, R. Abrahamson, N. Ellis, R. Maxham, D. Peirce, H. Hansen. R. Heath. P. Monahan, R. Potter. Fourth Row: D. Anifantis, D. Kellogg, E. Jones, J. Gardner, M. Brown, R. Briggs, F. Anderson, J. Mazzocca, B. Holmes, M, Clare. Third Row : Mr. Einzig, R. Merrill, B. Monk, R. Weldon, S. Pittman, M. Wilson, J. Foran, M. O’Neill. R. Dolhan, G. Whorf, Mr. Mazzocca. Second Row: L. Curcey, J. Speers, R. Nolan, N. Rowsell, A. Douthart. A. Jefferson. D. Page, M. Sullivan, W. Martin, M. Malley. First Row: F. Byron, G. Mellin, A. Harlow, B. Robinson, Iv. Powers, B. Quinn, M. Wilson, H. Sheehan. N. Connolly. W. Axelby, H. McAllister, V. Bott, M. McMenimen. Kneeling: D. Paton, A. Ridall, D. Lewis, B. Scott, E. Tremblay, F. Bettencourt. The Arlington High School Band of 1939-1940 was one of the best bands A. H. S. has ever had. It presented quite a spectacle with twenty twirl- ers dressed in white sweaters and red skirts marching ahead of our sixty musi- cians. Because of the long, tedious hours of designing intricate formations by Mr. Einzig and Mr. Mazzocca, the display added a colorful touch to the enthu- siasm of A. H. S. rooters. The position of drum major was awarded to Frank Byran and Everett Linekin, who led our band down its field of melodious victory and directed our school song. Although the most outstanding accomplishment was its work during the football season, the band also played at school assemblies and marched in local parades. (Page One Hundred Six) Violins, M. Winn (Conceit Mistress), P. Ananian, R. Batchelder, T. Hilson, E. Basmajian, R. Biggs, D. Wilson, R. LaRue. P. Robbins, C. Baird, E. Evans. H. Moore, H. Taylor, E. McCarthy, N. Eslin, M. Cain, C. Melin, E, Levine : ' Cello, L. Grant; Basses, E. Dodge, E. Spina; Flute , R. Beers; Clarinets, F. Anderson, P. Monahan, D. Pierce, J. Hoffman, M. Meanor ; Saxophone, B. Monk; Trumpets, W. Patriquin. C. Bamberg. R. Dolham ; Horns, R. Bamberg. D. Kellogg; Trom- bones , A. Douthart, G. Paige, M. Sullivan; Drums, M. Melly, D. O’Sullivan; Piano, E. Marshall, B. McDevitt ; Librarian , R. Maxham, W. Martin. The school orchestra, ably directed by Mr. Einzig, earned praise this past year, as always, for its excellent playing. Marion Winn was concert mistress. The orchestra played at many school assemblies and took part in the two best school shows of the year, playing at the Dramatic Club’s " House Beauti- ful " and the Gilbert and Sullivan Club ' s " Pirates of Penzance. " The orchestra also played in the State Music Festival, held at Wellesley on May 1 1. (Page One hundred Seven) Seated: B. Barrett, A. Turcotte, H. Farrow. J. Young, B. Schwamb. Standing: Ed. Belyea, D. Gray, F. Brawley, E. Brawley. The Stamp Club, composed of some fifteen members, under the direction of Mr. Skinn er, has enjoyed a varied and interesting year. Exhibitions and talks by the members themselves high-lighted the bi-weekly meetings. Mem- bers have exhibited at the Museum for children in Jamaica Plains and at the hobby show conducted by the school. (Page One Hundred Eight) mri iX m ' 4MM 7 V. 1, jP 4T ' ’ r - -. ttmP- k •!►• ' .vi ' - ' l B Jffj Mm. mr ‘ ' _ i — m w — -», ' » ' ri ' lm Up+ f%A W4 ? j ' jMBB|G H k . UMal j J JTT ' arFl ' 1 - FfeS 1 ® ( " 9i y i - _ 1 53s SUB CLsx Standing : H. Sheehan, B. Scott, A. Harlow, C. Powers, W. Axelby, B. Quinn. M. Wilson. M. McMenimen, M. Connelly, R. Han- lon, A. Ridall, E. Tremblay, F. Bettencourt, D. Paton. Kneeling : J. Mellin, V. Bott, D. Lewis, B. Robinson. We’ll cheer today the Red and Gray We know our boys will shine — The backs will run around the ends And charge right through the line. I he team will march on down the field Until the game is won So lend your voice and give a cheer — A cheer for Arlington — Rah! Rah! (Page One Hundred Eleven) Hack Row: R. Bradley, W. Dale, D. Woodward, E. Tobin, J. Burke. F. Oliverio, 0. Leary, E. Richards. Second Row: Coach Ostergren, R. Sanders, F. Femia. J. Bina, E. Burns (Co-Captain), R. Isner (Co-Captain), R. Battis, A. Knight. F. Hol- vvay, T. Connolly. Mr. Fusco (Assistant Coach). Front Row: F. O’Connell, R. Manning, W. Flynn, P. Keefe, K. Rohde, JL Ritchie, P. Preston, A. Blanchard. The A. H. S. football team had a successful season in 1939. The team defeated Winchester 13 to 0. lost 0 to 6 to Leominster, then came back to beat Newton 1 3 to 0 and Fitchburg 6 to 0. Malden ' s scrappy Golden Tornado, on its way to the state title, was stopped in a thrilling game which ended in a scoreless tie. Chelsea bowed to the Spy Ponders, 25 to 7, as did Waltham, 28 to 7, and Somerville, 7 to 0. The A. H. S. boys wound up the season by losing to Medford, 0 to 7, and Melrose, 7 to 13, in two exciting games. Al- though the team lost the traditional Thanksgiving Day game, the fellows showed excellent sportsmanship throughout the game. The team was coached by Fred Ostergren and his able assistants, John Carr and George Fusco. The outstanding players throughout the season were Co-Captain Ed Burns, Co-Captain Russ Isner, Captain-elect Art Blanchard, Bob Sanders, Brick Preston, and all-scholastic “Cud " Tobin. Those who received sweaters were “Brick " Preston, Frank Oliverio, Frank Holway, Dick Grant, Tom Connolly, Francis O’Connell, James Bina, Barney Manning, Wallace Flynn, John Burke, Arthur Knight, Ed Richards, Duncan Woodward, Paul Keefe, Warren Dale, and Manager Karle Rohde. Those to receive letters, having previously received sweaters, were Art Blanchard, “Cud " Tobin. Ed Burns, Russ Isner, Bob Sanders, Bob Battis, and Frank Femia. (Page One Hundred Twelve) l idcl czJ-focfzsij Coach McCar ty, J. Hcssion, N. Cadario, J. Bartholomew, J. Pillsbury, K. Hojran. H. Smillie, M. Sweeney, H. Barthelemy, M. L. Newman, S. Bittinger, C. Powers (Captain). The field hockey team, coached by Miss McCarty, captained by " Kay” Powers and managed by Marie Dailey, enjoyed a fairly successful season, wins and losses being about even. Letter girls: Capt. “Kay” Powers, Capt. -elect Jean Rooney, Jacquelyn Hes- sion, " Kay” Hogan, Natalie Cadario, Josephine Bartholomew, Janet Pillsbury, Vera Wing, Helen Barthelemy, Mary Louise Newman, Shirley Bittinger, and Mary Sweeney. (Page One Hundred Thirteen) Back Row: E. Geary (Manager), R. Davis, J. Nugent, A. Blanchard, O. McArdle, P. Keough, F. Dwyer, L. Wilson, E. Bennett, J. Ofria, J. Maquire, R. Duffey, A. Burns, C. Downs (Coach). Front Row: F. Sullivan, E. Burns, R. Ahern, R. Battis, D. Moore, R. Sanders (Captain), J. Spinner, K. Rohde, T. Connolly, A. Rico. Under the direction of Mr. Charles Downs, the Arlington High School hockey team has had a very successful season. The team placed third in the Greater Boston Interscholastic Ice Hockey League, one point behind Melrose and three points behind the winner, Newton. Led by Captain Bob Sanders the team won seven, tied two, and lost two. A football injury to Dick Grant and a nearly fatal injury to Bob Battis ruined the defense. Consequently, it was necessary to bring up Karle Rohde and Tom Connolly to work along with Francis Dwyer and Leo Wilson to give a very inexperienced defense. However, Karle Rohde proved so capable that he was picked for the league all-star team. Johnnie Spinner was nearly unanimously elected for the All-Scholastic team. Bob Sanders was chosen for the All-Scholastic team and Ed Burns, Karle Rohde, and Art Blanchard received honorable mention. Captain Bob Sanders and Ed Burns have a high standard of three years of excellent hockey playing throughout their high school years. Johnnie Spin- ner is one of the best goalies that A. H. S. has ever had. Don Moore, Art Rico, and Bob Ahern, all seniors, proved to be very effective as a second line. The prospects for next year’s team are dubious. The onlv lettermen re- turning are Captain-elect Art Blanchard, A1 Burns, and Francis Dwyer. Sweaters have been awarded to Dick Davis, Francis Dwyer, Leo Wilson, Don Moore, Art Rico, Bob Ahern, Roger Duffey, Jim Ofria, Frank Sullivan, A1 Burns, John Nugent, and Manager Edmund Geary. Letters were awarded to Johnnie Spinner, Tom Connolly, Karle Rohde, Captain Bob Sanders, Ed Burns, Captain-elect Art Blanchard, and to Bob Battis who was seriously injured in the Cambridge Latin game. (Page One Hundred Fourteen) The 1939-40 indoor track team, composed largely of green material, had a fairly successful season, winning from Watertown, while losing by close scores to Brockton. Brookline, and Medford. Outstanding were Quinn and Ryrholm in the high jump, Linekin in the shot, Belinowiz and Alexander in the sprints, Kelly and Flynn in the 300, and Campbell in the 600. In the state meet, Richard Quinn brought glory to A. H. S. by winning the high jump championship. The A. H. S. Cross Country team, captained by Richard Wells and coached by Mr. William " Doc ' ’ McCarthy, enjoyed a very successful season. The team, consisting of " Dick " Wells, " Bob Ahern. " Dick " Ryrholm, " Ken MacLeod, Wilmer Hayes. John McCullock. and Ellis Joy, won four meets out of five. As yet, no captain has been chosen for next year. The team was fortu- nate in having Dick Feresbetian for its manager. Prospects for next year are very good. The team raced against Wakefield, Quincy, Chelsea, Tufts Freshmen, and Brockton. Had the team won the race against Brockton, the championship would have been ours. We sincerely hope that future teams will do as good as the 1 940 team. (Page One Hundred Fifteen) ixi i czrf-tliLztLc cy- -± locuition • MM Bach ■ Row: R. Belyea. R. Burke. D. Donnelly, N. Shields, D. Anderson, B. Danskin, M. Hamilton, M. Peirce, B. Flanders, V. Lopez, M. Semonian, L. Downie, D. Allen, G. Cole, M. Wraga, C. Wilkshire. Third Rout: Miss Richardson, E. Jones, J. Olliffi, B. Sco f t, C. Evans, M. Dale. R. Cassidy, N. Moore, E. Marshall, H. Smillie. P. Robinson, R. Kelley, M. Duane, N. Boghosian, Miss McCarthy. Second Row: E. Blauer, B. Cooke, J. Bartholomew, M. Burns, E. Torngren, C. Powers, J, Hession, P. Hession, C. iaconis, D. Johnson, O. Conti, H. Barthelemy, C. Ahern. Front Row: D. Hanson, E. Keating, E. Carlson, M. McMenimen, A. MacQuestion, C. Rieck, M. Mitchell, B. Evans, J. Holland, D. Madden. This year marks the beginning of a new club, a club never before formed in A. H. S. It is the Girls’ Athletic Association. The aim of this club is to get more support for girls’ athletics. In the past, the support of girls ' athletic teams has been lacking, and this year the girls decided to do something about it, so they formed this club. Already the club has over one hundred members, a remarkable number considering the length of time the club has been in exist- ence. This year the club has sponsored a moving picture show which was well attended by the members of the school and secured a little money for the club. Besides the faculty advisers, Miss McCarty and Miss Richardson, the club chose for its officers: President Vice-President Secretary T reasurer Jacquelyn Hession, ' 40 Catherine Powers, ’40 Patricia Hession, ’41 Jean Rooney, ' 41 (Page One Hundred Sixteen) C izil ' tB ai LtU[ Bad: Row: Coach McCarty, V. Wing, H. Barthelemy, C. Phillips, A. Adams, H. Smillie, J. Pillsbury, M. Sweeney, J. Hession (Manager). Front Row: E. A. Clifford, C. Powers, E. Donovan, H. Hamilton. E. Torngren, J. Bartholomew, M. L. Newman. The girls ' basketball team enjoyed a very successful season this year, los- ing only the game with Melrose by a score of 25-20. Captain Helen Hamilton was forced out of play because of a fractured foot early in the season, but her place was capably filled by Harriet Smillie and Vera Wing. Forwards Eleanor Donovan and Kay Powers were exceptional in their positions and Mary Louise Newman, Josephine Bartholomew, “Tillie” Torngren, and Phyllis King as guards were outstanding. Coach Katherine McCarty Captain Helen Hamilton Captain -elect Eleanor Torngren Record A. O. A. O. Reading 25 20 Melrose 21 25 Winchester 39 24 Medford 35 27 Belmont 41 1 3 Malden 43 6 Lexington 21 10 (P.ige One Hundred Seventeen) Back Row: Mr. Lowder, E. Tobin, A. Knight, J. Ryan (Manager). Front Row: T. Cotter, C. Glennon (Captain), R. Ryrholm. This year the Arlington High School boys’ basketball team, coached by Mr. William Lowder and led by Captain Charles Glennon, won nine games and lost seven, giving the team third place in the Suburban League. Because of ineligibility, two capable men. Nelson King and Johnnie Burke, were un- able to play. Captain Charles Glennon and Captain-elect Tom Cotter, were chosen for the All-Suburban League team. Tom Cotter was picked by Chelsea for their all-opponent team. He was, also, chosen as highest scorer of the league. Charlie Glennon was chosen as third highest scorer. The prospects for next year are as follows: Tom Cotter, Joe Tobin, Johnnie Burke and his brother Dave Burke, who is a prospective candidate from Ju nior High School. Sweaters have been awarded to Joe Tobin, Dick Ryrholm, Franny Sim- onds, and Manager James Ryan. Letters have been awarded to Captain Charles Glennon, Captain-elect Tom Cotter, Russ Isner, Art Knight, and Ed Tobin. (Page One Hundred Eighteen) Bad: Rote: ,J. Rooney, G. Cole, J. Hession, V. Wing. H. Robinson. Front Row: E. Donovon, M. Sweeney, E. Sullivan (Captain), C. Powers, M. Coyne. Every year there seems to be a greater interest among the girls for the na- tional pastime, baseball. This year ' s team, coached by Miss Katherine Mc- Carty and led by Captain Edna Sullivan, looks forward to a successful season. The veterans include " Kay” Powers, Eleanor Donovon, Jacquelyn Hession, Vera Wing, Jean Rooney, and Margaret Coyne. In our enthusiasm for the veterans, we have overlooked the very promising sophomores who, we know, will do much to bring success to that team. Good luck to all the girls as they follow through their schedule which, as we go to press, is undetermined. (Page One Hundred Nineteen) i JsnnB Bad: Row: H. Barthelemy, N. Cox. Front Row: N. Titus, Marg. O’Neill. Mary O’Neill, R. Whitney. This year the girls’ tennis team, coached by Miss Richardson and managed by Mary Louise Newman, looks forward to a successful season on the courts. Outstanding seniors on the team are Helen Barthelemy, Marty O’Neill, and Natalie Titus. Among many promising juniors are Mary O’Neill, Ruth Whit- ney, and Nancy Cox. (Page One Hundred Twenty) ' E VILI Standing: C. Dalrymple, R. Beers, E. Richards. Sitting: M. Paige (Captain), C. Tenney We admit it is often a very unwise policy to prophesy events, yet we think we have a very substantial basis for our claims about the boys ' tennis team. This year the team, coached by Mr. Russell S. Wallace, admits two new schools, Waltham and Malden, to its list of opponents. The boys face a heavy schedule: fourteen matches, three each week, beginning April 29 and continuing through May 29. The candidates having just been called out as we go to press the makeup of a team is uncertain. The only veterans from last year ' s team are Milton Paige and Creighton Tenney. Mr. Wallace expects that the new members will prove capable of upholding the reputation the A. H. S. tennis team has made in past years. (Page One Hundred Tweniy-one) Back Row: F. Simonds, J. Tobin, Mr. Robinson, R, Grant, J. Bullock, R. Bradley. Front Row: J. Burke, P. Robbins, W. Wil- cox, J. Hal’vey, R. Ryrholm, F. Ferry. The golf team of 1940, under the direction of Mr. Arthur Robinson, looks forward to a successful year. As we go to press the candidates have just been called out. The veterans include Frannie Simonds, Walter Wilcox, Dick Grant, and Jack Harvey. Prospective candidates are John Bullock, Joe Tobin, Dick Ryrholm, Johnnie Burke, Paul Robbins, Dick Bradley, and Fred Ferry. This year the team is again a member of the Greater Boston Interscholastic Golf League. The A. H. S. team has led this league for the past five years with one exception, and that time it placed second behind the winner, Newton. The boys will tee off against such teams as Brookline, Lexington, Newton, Wal- tham, and Watertown. Mr. Robinson expects to produce a good, all-round team which will rank high among the top teams. We wish the A. H. S. golf team the very best of success. (Page One Hundred Twenty-two) ' JIU I ottdn a i ozc Under Miss Harriett R. Pennell’s excellent tutelage and supervision, the lunchroom force has this year again executed the monumental task of being mid- dlemen between Kitchen and hungry students. I his year new cash-regis- ters were installed in the cafeteria, and the old cry of ”1 ickets” has been sup- planted by constantly ringing cash-register bells (indicating, we hope, mount- ing sales) . Twice each morning, the “forgotten men of the lunchroom squad, as they have been termed, go to the lunchroom from classes where comparative peace reigns. Steeling their nerves for the fray, and holding a quivering finger over the wrong key on the cash-register, they wait at attention for the bell which signals the oncoming rush of starved students. And then begins the rhythmic ringing of bells, the clashing of dishes, the jingling of coins, the gen- eral hubbub of that misnamed period of rest, the recess, until before even the lunchroom boys themselves realize it, the hungry multitude had been fed. Back Row . W. Dale. M. Paige, H. Evans, H. Farrow, R. Heald, G. Sloan, C. Campbell. Front Row: H. Hansen, P. Hughes, H. Channen, T. White, C. Davis, E. Richards, C. Barrett. (Page One Hundred Twenty-three) A Publication That Excels with Portraiture- by OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS to the CLASSES OF 1939 AND 1940 Saxtjznt STUDIO 1 54 Boylston Street Boston, Mass. Of Mutual Benefit • • • This company has but two things to sell — Printing Service and Good Will. Always do we aspire to be helpful and, by so doing, establish with you a genuine feeling of confidence and understanding of the constant effort which we put forth that our service to you may be increasingly valuable. You may be sure that any suggestion we make regarding the printing we do for you is prompted, not by a wish merely to peddle our wares, but by a real desire to be of greater service to you. THE HANCOCK PRESS Printing Counselors Telephone 1165 Lexington, Mass. Printers of the 1940 Year Book of Arlington High School Northeastern University DAY DIVISION College of Liberal Arts Offers a broad program of college subjects serving as a foundation for the understanding of modern culture, social relations, and technical achievement. The purpose of this program is to give the student a liberal and cultural education and a vocational competence which fits him to enter some specific type of useful employment. College of Business Administration Offers a college program with broad and thorough training in the principles of business with specialization in Accounting, Journalism, Banking and Finance, Public Administration, Industrial Administration or Marketing and Advertising. Instruction is through lectures, solution of business problems, class discussions, motion pictures and talks by business men. 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School of Business Programs in Accounting, Management with Merchandising and Industrial op- tions, Law and Business Management and in Engineering and Business, under in- structors actually engaged in the fields in which they teach. 73% of graduates hold executive positions in business. Preparation for the C.P.A. examinations. School grants B.B.A. and B.C.S. degrees. Individual courses avail- able to special students. College of Liberal Arts Pre-l egal Training General Education A special program conducted in the eve- ning by the College of Liberal Arts which provides a general education for those who cannot attend a day college and is es- pecially designed to prepare for admission to the Northeastern University School of Law. Individual courses available to spe- cial students. The title of Associate in Arts (A. A.) conferred. Graduates of Arlington High School may be admitted without examinations if grades are satisfactory to the Department of Admissions. 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