Arlington High School - Indian Yearbook (Arlington, MA)

 - Class of 1945

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Property of obbins Library Arlington, Mass. , oS- x — AxAwiW- c.V so Foundeaby DR. EBENEZER LEARNED, 1835 Endowed by Dr. Timothy Wellington, 1853 Nathan Pratt, 1875 Henry Mott, 1889 Elbridge Farmer, 1892 Building Erected by MARIA C. ROBBINS IN memory of ELI ROBBINS, 1892 For Reference Not to be taken from this library Ex Libris The SENIOR CLASS of ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL presents THE YEAR BOOK for 1945 DEDICATION During our three years at high school, our country has been at war. The youth of the United States have displayed remarkable initia- tive, unprecedented courage, and have attained well-deserved success on many battlefields in the struggle to preserve our freedoms and democracy Now, we have come of age, and many of us will answer the resounding call to carry on the fight We, the class of ”45,” dedicate this year book to the Members of Our Class who will give unstintingly of their youth to the Service of Our Country Our hearts, our prayers will be with them, wishing them " Godspeed,” an early victory, and a safe and glorious return ' = ' 3 V7o Oo Y I l ( 10°) P pr, ' (« mftmacAL cyy T. CTTON IN APPRECIATION As we have gone through high school, we have been guided through many difficulties by our faculty and our principal. Therefore, we wish to thank Mr. Gammons for the time and guidance he has so kindly given to us. We will always re- member him as our friend and adviser, and we sincerely wish him continued success in his future years at Arlington High. GUIDANCE Miss Fitzpatrick, Assistant Director Mr. Morrill, Sub-Master Mrs. Moffatt, Dean of Girls Miss Jenks FINE ARTS Mrs. Ford, Supervisor of Art Mr. Kenney Mr. Einzig, Supervisor of Music Mr. Mazzocca Miss Wardell ENGLISH Mr. Campbell, Head of Department Miss Brown Miss Donovan Miss Dow Mrs. Hoyt Miss Hunt Mrs. Goodwin Miss Krastin Mrs. Matthews Miss O ' Connell Miss Peck Miss Porter Miss Taber Miss Tewksbury COMMERCIAL Mr. Burke, Head of Department Miss Barry Mrs. Bennett Miss Binnig Miss Casey Miss Harlow Miss Jenks Miss Kennedy Miss Murray Miss Nash Mr. Ostergren Mr. Toner Mr. Wallace MATHEMATICS Mr. Eaton H. Mr. Barber Mr. Cavalieri Mr. Morrill Mr. Sampson d of Department Mr. Sexton Mr. Toczylowski Mr. VonKapff Mr. Warner HISTORY Mrs. Moffatt, Head of Department Miss Conway Miss Fitzpatrick Miss Gray Miss Wakefield Mr. Johnson Miss Porter Mr. Thompson LANGUAGE Miss Shedd, Head of Department Miss Bailey Miss Jerardi Miss Barry Mr. Sexton Mrs. Goodwin Miss Tewksbury Miss Warded PRACTICAL ARTS Miss Pennell, Supervisor of Home Economics Miss Arrand Miss Campbell Miss Anderson Mrs. Whittemore Mr. Robinson, Supervisor of Manual Arts Mr. Pine Mr. Sandberger 1 Mr. Arthur Mr. Danforth Mrs. Presrwood Seniors John Twitcheli. President Priscilla Martin Vice-President Anita Palmer Secretary John Starkey Treasurer I Virginia Alcorn 1 18 Oakland Avenue Gilbert and Sullivan, Band " Ginny” should be quite a whiz at North Park College hav- ing been exposed to Mr. Burke ' s " corny jokes.” She is fond of bowling and skating and a faith- ful Gilbert and Sullivan member. Martin Alexander 19 Menotomy Road Chronicle Business Manager, Orchestra, Honor Roll " Marty " hopes to go to Har- vard where he will study medi- cine. He enjoys football and baseball, and will always remem- ber Miss O ' Connell and the Chronicle. Jeannette D. Alfano 28 Milton Street Chronicle, Gilbert and Sullivan, Bowling Club, Tennis Dancing, bowling, and swim- ming are the favorite activities oi vivacious " Dimples.” She plans to go to Kathleen Dell’s School, and will always remember Mr. Burke ' s jokes. Mildred Louise Anderson 145 Wachusett Avenue Chronicle Mt. Ida will have the pleasure of " Millie ' s” presence next year. She’ll always remember Mr. Johnson’s history class and Mr. Einzig’s chorus class. Robert D. Anderson 152 Overlook Road " Bud, " who is interested in air- planes and enjoys baseball, plans to attend the New England Air- craft School. Miss Peck’s junior English class will still be in his memory when he is an aeronau- tical engineer. Robert F. Anderson 39 Temple Street Honor Roll, Student Council, Year Book Committee Popular " Andy” plans to go to M. I T. to study engineering. He particularly enjoys going to the Totem Pole, and will always re- member Mr. Kapff’s trigonometry class. Donald Angus 49 Allen Street Debating Club, Junior Red Cross, Lunch Room Cashier " Don,” who will remember Mr. Skinner’s physics class, enjoys girls outside school. After gradu- ation he plans to attend Harvard to study medicine. Byron Atwood 61 Harlow Street After studying at Massachusetts Radio School, Byron would like to become a radio operator for Airlines. He enjoys golf, skat- ing, and bowling. Page Eleven Tommy Azarian 16 Egerton Road Football, Chronicle, Honor Roll Jovial " Tom” intends to study law at Harvard because a " certain” virl likes lawyers. Among " Tom’s” sweetest memories will be the lovely girls he met at A. H. S. June Bancroft ' 28 Sunset Road Tall, blond June, " Blondie, " plans to attend modeling school. Her favorite outside activity is dancing. Best of luck, June! Pauline Bartholomew 6 Lome Road Gilbert and Sullivan, Field Hockey, Basketball, Baseball, G. A. A. " Polly” is one of the many who want to become nurses. She will remember her three years of field hockey and she also enjoys skating and bowling. Vaughn L. Beals 1 1 Field Road " Rec Membership,” Honor Roll Mr. Eaton’s Math III and Ad- vanced math classes will be re- membered by " Beans” long after he is studying under the fine pro- fessors at M. I. T. Week-end pleasures are his favorite outside activities. Jean Begley 2 Belton Street Dramatic Club Vice President, Debating Club, Glee Club, Bas- ketball, Tennis Manager, Peri- cleans Treasurer, Chronicle " Spud” plans to enter either Emerson or the University of New Hampshire. She thinks swimming and tennis are wonderful and will always remember Miss Peck’s fourth year English class. Ruth Belanger 1 1 Hillcrest Street Baseball " Ruthie” wants to join the Navy — as a nurse. We know this athletic girl who enjoys base- ball and fishing will bring a lot of comfort to our boys. John Bergner 4 Field Road Track " Johnny” is one of our C. A. P. boys who has now received his student pilot license. He plans to attend O hio State. He will al- ways remember those assignments of Miss Peck’s. Carmelo Joseph Bertolami 8 Milton Street Enjoying doing drafting, " Bert " is going to Northeastern to be- come a mechanical engineer. He’ll never forget Miss Peck’s " short” homework assignments. t Page Twelve Ill Jacqueline D. Bevins 127 Scituate Street G. A. A., Field Hockey, Swimming Popular " Jackie” plans on go- ing to Colby Junior. She will never forget Mr. Burke’s jokes and a sixth period she skipped and got taught. Eva Bezanson 194 Florence Avenue Active Eva enjoys dancing and fooling with the sophomores. She liked Mr. Sampson’s homeroom and Miss Nash ' s Economics class. She plans to be a secretary. Martin Bilafer 1 1 Nourse Street Hockey, Track Playing basketball and football are Martin ' s favorite outside ac- tivities and he’ll always remember Miss Peck ' s English class. As yet, he hasn ' t any definite plans for the future. William Billings 18 Farmer Road " Bill,” a lively member of Mr. Eaton’s math classes, has not yet decided what future course to pur- sue. In the meantime playing football is his favorite activity. Page Thirteen Barbara Bond 1072 Massachusetts Avenue Friendly " Barb” plans on be- ing a super-efficient stenographer. Never will she forget Miss Nash’s fifth period Economics class. Bowling and ice skating fill her leisure hours. Dorothy Delvina Bosse 16 Grove Street " Dotty” has not decided yet what she would like to do after graduation. She’ll always retain the memory of Miss Campbell’s cooking class and Miss Nash ' s Economics class. James Brennan 79 Bartlett Avenue Basketball The Solid and Tr ig class in Room 12 will always hold a bright spot in " Jim’s” memory. We all wish him the best success in whatever he decides to do in the future. John Brennan 38 Varnum Street Chronicle, Dramatic Club " Moe” will always remember the Chronicle room. He plans to attend Boston College. We all wish him good luck. Eva May Brillante 110 Thesda Street " Eve,” who likes to walk, plans to attend Wilfred Academy to be a beautician. She will never for- get her sophomore year, especial- ly her Commercial Geography class. Cloria Brogi 154 Hillside Avenue Basketball , Dramatic Club, Glee Club Assistant President, Twirl- ing, Gilbert and Sullivan Treas- urer, Cheer Leader " Peggy” is going to enter Framingham Teachers’ College because, of all things, she has envied teachers at the head of the class. But please, " Peg,” give us your solemn promise — don ' t give too much homework! ! ! Pauline Brown 1 1 Varnum Street " Paulie,” who enjoys ice skat- ing and swimming, appreciated Mr. Burke’s and Mr. Wallace’s jokes. Also she will never forget those periods with Anne. Vertene W. Brown 45 Cleveland Street Dramatic Club " Verty,” who loved the math classes at A. H. S., is headed for Massachusetts School of Art to study advertising. Her favorite outside activity is the Rifle Club. Wilma Brown 122 Jason Street " Willie” is going to enter the University of Maine. Dancing and skating are just " super” and the sixth period history class will always linger in her memory. Daniel F. Buckley 31 Tanager Street Basketball As yet " Bucky’s” future is un- decided. However, he’ll always remember beating Mr. Lowder in basketball and that third period aeronautics class. Some class, huh? Joan Barbara Bullock 136 Robbins Road Gilbert and Sullivan The Gilbert and Sullivan Op- eretta will always bring happy thoughts to Joan who enjoys roll- er skating in her leisure. She plans to enter the business world next year. Anna May Bundegard 15 West Court Terrace Chronicle, Art Club Artistic Anna May will attend the School of Practical Arts next year. She enjoys ice skating and will always remember skidding that icy night of the Senior Prom. Page Fourteen John Bunton 39 Davis Avenue John, a member of the Army Air Corps Enlisted Reserves, en- joys hunting, dancing, and table tennis. He will never forget Mr. Kapff ' s Solid and Trig classes. John Burns 1 1 Jean Road Friendly little " Johnny” plans to stu dy dentistry at Tufts. He en- joys bowling and swimming. He will remember longest his senior year. Lawrence W. Burt 27 Brantwood Road Orchestra, Debating Club Presi- dent, Band , Honor Roll Three Years Versatile " Larry” plans to study law at Amherst. On the lighter side, he enjoys playing the organ. " Larry " will never forget the little chatterbox who sat behind him in Room 4. Barbara Butler 17 Jason Street " Barbie, " who belongs to the Stage Guild Club, plans to go to Lesley School after graduation. She will remember the boy who sat in front of, and heckled her all year. )ohn Cadario, |r. 93 Crescent Hill Avenue " Jack " will long remember his many friends at Arlington High. He enjoys hunting and fishing and plans to attend Massachusetts State Agricultural College to study poultry husbandry. Good luck in your chosen work, " Jack " 1 Philip Cahalin 15 Johnson Road " Phil, " who is Harvard bound to study banking, enjoys hockey outside of school. He will never forget the tricks pulled by seniors when he was a mere sophomore. Barbarann |. Cahill 587 Summer Street Cheer Leader, G. A. A. Vivacious " Beansie " will al- ways remember Miss Nash’s sixth period class. She is undecided what her career will be after grad- uation, but we know she ' ll suc- ceed in whatever she does. Mildred Calandrella 84 Milton Street Honor Roll, Gilbert and Sullivan, Chronicle, Tennis, Bowling " Millie,” with the beautiful locks, is looking forward to Em- manuel. An accomplished dancer, she will never forget her fifth period study in the hall. Page Fifteen Martha jane Campbell 12 Aerial Street Chronicle , Dramatic Club , Fine Arts Club " Marty,” a roller-skating fan, has something special to remem- ber about her first day in high school. She is undecided about her career, but she enjoys draw- ing. Anthony Caramanis 1 1 5 Lake Street " Tony,” a sports lover, is a con- noisseur in the art of record col- lecting. Boston University is his goal, but he will never forget his schoolmates. Frederick J. Carew 5 Sutherland Terrace Football, Hockey " Red " will study at the Uni- versity of Illinois. He claims " crashing parties” is his favorite activity and he’ll never forget the ’44 Thanksgiving game. Barbara Carlson 80 Hillside Avenue " Bab-O” has always had a se- cret ambition to be a comptome- ter operator. She just loves to write letters and will always re- member her classmates and teach- ers. Richard Carney 47 Lake Street Baseball Manager An ambition to be an engineer will take " Rich” to Tufts College. He will always remember the Arlington High sports and espe- cially the 1943 baseball team. Shirley Alane Carr 118 Crescent Hill Avenue G. A. A., Riding Club " Shirl” enjoys dancing and swimming as outside sports. She also enjoys playing the piano. The University of North Carolina will be the school for " Shirl” after graduation. Mary Veronica Carrigan 837 Concord Turnpike Mary hopes to enter secretarial work in earnest after high school. Skating is her favorite activity and she will always remember Miss Nash’s Economics class. William Carroll 32 Coleman Road Football, Baseball The Naval Air Corps is now finding a good man in " Bill.” We wish you the best of luck in the Air Corps, " Bill,” and a quick re- turn. Page Sixteen Norine Casey 34 Bartlett Avenue Honor Roll , Dramatic Club , De- bating Club, Chronicle, G. A. A., Year Book Committee Wellesley will be honored with the attendance of " Case.” She’s a member of the " private” S. F. Club. Mr. Eaton’s Math III class will remain longest in " Case’s” memory. Mary C. Cassidy 61 Bates Road Blue Star Broadcast " Gimp,” who likes ice skating at night, expects to attend busi- ness school and become a comp- tometer operator. She will always remember her English classes with Miss Peck. Anne Catanzaro 41 Alton Street " Annie,” who enjoys all kinds of sports and will always remem- ber those periods with Polly, is planning to enter Katharine Gibbs. We wish her all kinds of success. Patricia Caulkins 1 1 1 Jason Street Dramatic Club, " Rec” Committee " Pat,” versatile creature that she is, cannot decide whether dancing, skiing or swimming is her favorite sport. First in her memory will be Mr. Sampson and his Kentucky hill-billy stories. Thomas Cerulli 30 Kilsythe Road Band, Orchestra, Swing Band, Gilbert and Sullivan " Tommy,” as everyone knows, is very musical. He wants to study psychology and enjoys all sports. He says that he doesn’t go out with girls. Ahem! Avis Chadwell 99 Egerton Road Dramatic Club " Bashful” will always remem- ber the " Rec” dances, the friends she made, and Mr. Sampson’s Math class her sophomore year. She plans to attend Larson Jun- ior College and likes to swim and dance. R. Jean Chambers 136 Wildwood Avenue Glee Club, " Tennis " Robby,” who enjoys skating and football games, will long re- member the good times in her economics class. Although she has no definite ambition, we feel sure she’ll be a success, no mat- ter what she does. Betty C. Chandler 8 Wyman Terrace Basketball, Tennis Betty plans to attend Boston University to study business. Her favorite outside activity is roller skating and she ' ll never forget taking final exams in her junior year. Rage Seventeen Pearl Chapman 14 Whittemore Street " Chappie” intends to become a nurse at the Somerville Hospital. She enjoys dancing, singing, horseback riding, and ice skating. She will long remember Mr. Campbell’s senior English class and making fudge at Hazel Gra- ham’s house. Charles Chase 118 Lake Street Football, Baseball Our quarterback, " Charlie,” hopes to attend Northeastern and make engineering his future work. His favorite outside activities are ice skating and roller skating. He’ll remember longest his quiet aeronautics class. Martin Cicatelli 18 Piedmont Street Riding Club " Cigy” plans to attend an en- gineering college to study con- struction work. His favorite out- side activities are taking flying les- sons and participating in Civil Air Patrol. He will long remem- ber his French marks in his soph- omore year. Joseph H. Clancy 46 Old Mystic Street " Tarzan” is looking toward the University of Michigan to further his education. He likes all sorts of sports. Mr. Kapff’s class also impressed him. Jeanne L. Clare 160 Mystic Valley Parkway Gilbert and Sullivan , Field Floe key, Basketball, G. A. A. Jeanne is one of our dancing and sports experts. There is some- thing about library slips and Mr. Campbell’s second period English class that she will never forget. Richard N. Clark 285 Washington Street Gilbert and Sullivan, Cross Country Popular and debonair " Dick,” who enjoys hockey as a sport, plans on Boston College after graduation. Chemistry A class will never be forgotten by him. Virginia Coleman 79 Scituate Street G. A. A. " Ginny” plans to attend the Kathleen Dell Secretarial School and then to a career in business. Her greatest thrill of her high school years will be actually grad- uating! Joan Collins 102 Newport Street Vivacious and easy-going Joan has her fun getting into trouble with the teachers. She says she’d like to attend some agricultural school. i Page Eighteen Margaret Marie Collins 130 Massachusetts Avenue " Marie” plans to be a book- keeper and enjoys minding chil- dren after school hours. She will long remember the friendliness of both teachers and classmates when she was new in our school. Bernice Connelly 1 1 Lansdowne Road " Bunny,” who enjoys bowling and swimming, hopes to go into secretarial work. She will always remember her first day as a soph- omore in Arlington High. Kathleen A. Connolly 36 Jason Street G. A. A., Dramatic Club, Glee Club Fun-loving " Kay” is headed for Katharine Gibbs taking her fine personality along. She favors dancing and skiing. The mem- ory of her fifth period, economics class, with Miss Nash, will re- main with her always. Joan Connor 34 Hodge Road Joan, who plans to attend sec- retarial school, will longest re- member her long trips from the new building into the old build- ing and the football games. Page Nineteen )ohn F. Connor 19 Webster Street " Jack,” in preparation for an engineer’s career, is headed for M. I. T., but he will always re- member Mr. Eaton, and Mr. Kapff ' s solid and trig class. Mary Clare Conway Newport Street G. A. A. Cute little " Peanuts,” a danc- ing enthusiast, is going to Kath- leen Dell’s. Besides the hockey and football games, Mr. Sexton’s Spanish class will remain longest in her memory. Dorothy Claire Coolidge 83 Everett Street Badminton " Dottie,” who had perfect at- tendance in Junior and Senior High, is planning to go to Kath- arine Gibbs. She loves to dance. Mr. Wallace’s Business Organiza- tion class in her junior year will never be forgotten. Elizabeth Cooper 131 Wildwood Avenue Debating Club, Glee Club, Year Book Committee " Betty” says she will remember her chemistry class with Mr. Kroll a long time, even while she is training to be a Cadet Nurse. Her favorite outside activities are dancing and bowling. Francis Cooper 24 Moore Place " Coop” is planning to go to Boston College and study phar- macy. He likes baseball and will never forget his teachers. Good luck, " Coop.” Cilda Corso 92 Melrose Street Attractive " Jil,” who enjoys dancing and skating, is headed for Chandler’s. She will always re- member Spanish II with Mr. Sex- ton. Edmond Cotter 265 Lowell Street " Ed,” a ski enthusiast, plans to attend Northeastern University to study engineering. He will long remember our wonderful Thanxs- giving victory over Melrose. Arthur Coughlin 21 Dartmouth Street Golf " Pro,” enjoys hockey and foot- ball and plans to attend Boston College. He will long remem- ber Mr. Skinner’s jokes and fly- ing to the Melrose game with Herb Ritchie. Jeanne Couture 8 Waldo Road Honor Roll Three Years, Guest of Woman’s Club " Jeannie,” who is interested in secretarial work, is a student guest of the Arlington Woman’s Club. She will always recall pe- riods in room sixty-six. Alberta R. Cox 28 Thorndike Street " Berta,” a future hairdresser, loves roller skating. She will long remember her first day when she changed schools. Barbara Coyle 150 Newport Street Glee Club. Gilbert and Sullivan, Riding Club, Library Helper, Orchestra Musical " Sis” likes to play the Hawaiian guitar and plans to study radio broadcasting. She’ll always remember her junior year with the Senior Prom. Thomas S. Coyle 6 Spring Road Thomas has a great deal of school spirit, for he thoroughly enjoyed the assemblies and the football games. Outside of school swimming and bowling intrigue him. Page Twenty Walter C. Creedon 29 Lewis Avenue Dramatic Club, Chronicle, Spring Track After the war, " Wally” is go- ing to enter Purdue. The class will never forget his Thespian activities of his boogie-woogie, but " Wally” will remember first lunch. Jean Critchell 16 Lucke Street " Critch” wants to work in an office, because, as she says — " I like it!” She will always remember Mr. Sampson’s Math III class in room 4. Dorothy Crocker 58 Brooks Avenue Honor Roll, Dramatic Club " Dotty” will never forget Miss Nash’s fifth period class in her senior year. She likes skating and plans to attend Katharine Gibbs to be a secretary. Frances Crosby 22 Gardner Street " Fran, " who plans to attend Kathleen Dell, enjoys swimming and attending the football games. Mr. Johnson’s history class will always be remembered by her. Page Twenty -one Irene Crosby 23 Wellington Street Popular " Rene " is going to Felt and Tarrent to become a comptometer operator. She ' ll al- ways remember her fun roller skating and dancing, and Miss Porter’s history class. T. John Crowley 83 Menotomy Road Honor Roll, Chronicle John, editor of our Chronicle, will never be forgotten for his good nature. He says that he ' ll always remember the fun he had working on the Chronicle. Marguerite Cunningham 65 Newland Road Orchestra Three Years. Dramatic Club, G. A. A. " Peg” plans to enter Forsyth Dental School to become a dental hygienist. She loves dancing and will always remember Mr. Thompson’s third period chem. class. Some fun, huh? John L. Cusolito 66 Bellington Street Football Beating Melrose in that thrill- ing Thanksgiving game will be " Jack ' s” longest memory. Popu- lar " Jack” claims pool as his fa- vorite outside activity. We can guess why, " Cus”! Nancy Evelyn Cutler 63 Grafton Street Honor Roll, Tennis " Nan,” who wants to make good use of her three years’ high school work, is to be a bookkeep- er. She’ll always remember Miss Jenks’ business organization class. Charles Ireland Dahill 223 Broadway Dramatic Club " Charlie,” a lover of baseball, is going to enter the wonderful field of radio. For this reason, his radio classes are indelibly marked on his memory. Mildred A. Danehy 40 Hamlet Street As an outside activity, " Millie” prefers to skate. She says that she hopes to remember some of the teachers for a long time. Jean Danton 131 Highland Avenue Honor Roll, Dramatic Club, Student Council, G. A. A. Katharine Gibbs will be gain- ing popular Jean next year. She will make some lucky man a very nice secretary. Good luck, Jean! Ann Davidson 53 Lafayette Street Ann, who enjoys bowling and skating for sports, will never for- get Mr. Thompson’s and Miss Jewett’s classes. She will go into business after graduation. Charles H. Deacon 17 Marion Road Track, Chess Club " Chuck’s” interested in engi- neering with hunting and fishing for outside fun. He’ll always re- member all the undone home- work of his high school career. Anna F. Deasy 210 Florence Avenue hunch Room Assistant Mr. Thompson’s chemistry class will be remembered longest by " Red.” She enjoys bowling and roller skating and hopes to be- come a member of the Cadet Nurse Corps. Michael DeFrancesco 126 Lowell Street It’s prep school next year for " De,” who likes hockey and base- ball. He’ll always be thrilled over the Thanksgiving victory and will never forget that sixth period Spanish class. Page Twenty -two TTT Alice May De Matteis 125 Webster Street G. A. A. " Al ' s " going to the Kathleen Dell School to fulfill her ambition to be a private secretary. The foot- ball games, as well as Mr. Warn- er ' s homeroom, impressed her the most in high school. Camille DeMattia 10 Prentiss Road " Blinkey’s " heart’s set on be- coming a medical secretary. She enjoys ice skating and will never forget chewing gum in Mr. Warn- er’s homeroom. Elsie DeRosa 50 Walnut Street " Cookie” enjoys watching track meets and then making cookies afterwards. May 12, 1944, the night of the Junior Prom, she will remember the longest. Patricia Doris DeSantis 111 Eastern Avenue Burdett is the college for " Pat,” who likes swimming and ice skat- ing. She’ll remember Miss Peck’s English classes the longest. Barbara Louise Dickson 164 Overlook Road Tennis Class " Dickie,” whose heart belongs to the Marine Corps, would like to be a stenographer. On the side, " Dickie " likes bowling and horse- back riding. Marilyn Dingwell 15 Jason Terrace " Terry,” a twin by the way, wants to be a secretary. Outside of school she loves to draw, read, and collect glass miniatures. James H. Doherty 56 Moulton Road Hockey " Jimmy” is bound for Bentley College where he hopes to be- come a certified public accountant. Hockey is his favorite activity out- side of school. Charles E. Dolan 16 Mystic Valley Parkway For favorite sports, " Charlie” picks baseball and hockey. Mem- ories of Miss Peck’s English class will go with him in the Navy this summer. Good luck, " Charlie”! Page Twenty-three Tho mas F. Dolan 31 Henderson Street " Tom” wants to attend Harvard to become a doctor. He loves ro play golf and we wonder what his lowest score has been — or is it a military secret! Virginia Donahue 226 Gray Street " Ginny” is going to take a course in photography at Endicott Junior College. She loves swim- ming and bowling and those fa- mous A. H. S. lunch periods will always bring back memories to her. William T. Donahue 117 Appleton Street Basketball, lolanthe Shy, but popular " Bill " will go to Massachusetts State to prepare for the tree business. Miss Bailey ' s French 111 class will never be for- gotten by him. John M. Donigan 424 Concord Turnpike John is planning to attend B. U. to study for the " business world. " Miss Bailey’s French III class will always bring back memories to him. There he sat in back of Bill Donahue. Need we say more! ' Walter E. Donnelly 83 Webster Street Football, Basketball Athletic Walter is planning to attend Boston College next year. Of course, his favorite activities are sports. Good luck, Walter. Catherine T. Donovan 1281 Massachusetts Avenue " Duffy” will always remember the football and hockey games. She’s going into nursing to real- ize her ambition to help people and travel all over the world. Eugene F. Doucette 63 Teel Street " Gene” plans to take a course in drafting at night school to be- come an expert draftsman. He says he’ll always remember his English classes the longest. Paul Doucette 63 Teel Street Golfing, swimming, and taking long trips are " Duce’s” choices for a good time. He’ll never forget his classmates and the fun he had with them. Page Twenty-four II John Downing 28 Dartmouth Street Honor Roll, Golf Team " Porky,” whose outside interest is hockey, will have to toss this aside in order to buckle down at B. C. Some time ask him about Mr. Kapff ' s solid geometry class. Richard Downing 19 Putnam Road " Dick” has the ambition to at- tend M. I. T. He enjoys hockey and swimming and will never for- get the third and fourth periods in auto mechanics. Elenore C. Doyle 23 Chester Street G. A. A., Basketball, Baseball In order to become a finished secretary, " Elly” is going to Kath- arine Gibbs School. Miss Binnig’s stenographic class and Miss Nash’s economics class will re- main in her memories the long- est. Althea M. Duffin 57 Webster Street Honor Roll Althea plans to become a ste- nographer, and enjoys bowling and tennis. She will long remem- ber her typing classes. Orchids to Althea for perfect attendance in her junior and senior years! Page I Twenty-five Barbara Dunham 122 Jason Street Dancing is the favorite outside activity of cute " Hammy.” She wants to go to Regis, and will fondly remember fun in the study hall. Alberta R. Dunk 10 Governor Road Dramatic Club, Glee Club Vivacious " Al, " who is plan- ning to go to Miss Pierce’s School, enjoys horseback riding, dancing, and skating. Alberta will long remember the sixth period study in the hall. June Eaton 115 Highland Avenue Sweet and demure " Junie” en- joys dancing and she hopes to at- tend Miss Pierce’s Secretarial School. She will never forget Mr. Kapff’s Math III class. Ruth L. Edwards 197 Wachusett Avenue Chronicle, Glee Club " Ruthie, " who plans to attend Mount Ida Junior College, enjoys dancing and swimming. She will fondly remember Mr Burke’s eco- nomics and law classes and the Proms. Claire Egan 83 Grand View Road G. A. A. Tiny Claire intends to enter the Cadet Nurse Corps. Out of school she enjoys bowling and in school, Mr. Burke ' s economics class. Robert Eilertson 48 Lakehill Avenue Popular " Bob " hopes to go to Annapolis to fulfill his lifelong ambition to become a Navy pilot. He enjoys dancing, swimming, and ping-pong, and will never forget his solid geometry class with Mr. Kapff. Rosemary Ellard 6 Park Terrace Rosemary is interested in be- coming a nurse. She enjoys swimming and just loves to talk. She will always remember drop- ping all her books the second day at A. H. S. Robert M. Engman 26l Renfrew Street Captain of Cross Country Team " Bob” is very artistically in- clined. He intends to continue in this field and become a com- mercial attist after graduation from the University of Maine. He also likes to go to Jack Cuso- lito ' s. Lois Estabrook 10 Inverness Road Assistant Manager Girls’ Field Hockey, Helper in Guidance Office Popular Lois plans to go to Strathmore College in Pennsyl- vania next year. She ' ll remem- ber her sophomore biology class with Miss Jesvett the longest. Marilyn C. Everett 55 Eliot Road Gilbert and Sullivan, Cheer Leader " Lyn,” who wishes that all the teachers could dance like Mr. Thompson, plans to become a nurse at the Massachusetts Gen- eral Hospital. Her favorite out- side activities are dancing, read- ing, and talking. William Fagan 23 Amsden Street Golf, Ski Club, Hockey " Bill’s” going to National Watchmaker ' s College to learn to be a master watchmaker. He en- joyed his two years in a junior homeroom the most. Betty Fahnley 146 Rhinecliff Street Majorette in Band, Gilbert and Sullivan Because Betty’s specialty is swing music, an attractive major- ette has chosen orchestra work as her career. The A. H. S. pro- duction of Gilbert and Sullivan’s " Iolanthe” will remain in Betty ' s memory the longest. Page Twenty-six Kenneth Felton 78 Massachusetts Avenue Basketball It’s the Navy for well-known " Sleepy.” He’ll always remem- ber " The Kasbah” and his years with the gang in homeroom 23. Good luck, " Sleep.” Richard Walter Fermoyle 18 Governor Road Cross Country, Indoor Track, Spring Track " Dick,” an ardent lover of Boogie-Woogie, will remember the night of the Junior Prom May 12, 1944, for many years. He plans to enter the Marines. Good luck, " Dick”! Marion Fife 110 Varnum Street President G. A. A., Captain Field Hockey, Basketball, Tennis Popular Marion, President of the G. A. A., hopes to go to B. U. She loves to dance, and will never forget having to introduce the speakers at the Medford foot- ball rally. Patricia Carol Finlay 113 Irving Street Dramatic Club, Riding Club, Basketball, Year Book Committee Dancing and riding are the fa- vorite sports of attractive " Pat.” She plans to attend Regis, and will long remember the study hall, Junior Prom, and the S. F. Club. Page Twenty-seven Calvin D. Fish 2 1 Cheswick Road " Cal” plans to go to North- eastern to study aviation. He en- joys dancing and reading, and will long remember all the work he didn’t do in Mr. Arthur’s aeronautics class. Rita Fitzgerald 53 Milton Street Dancing and roller skating are Rita’s favorite pastimes. She wants to become a comptometer operator, and will never forget her two years of English with Miss Peck. Florence Fitzpatrick 148 Mt. Vernon Street G. A. A., Dramatic Club " Fitz” picks swimming, danc- ing, and skating as her favorite activities. Long will she retain memories of A. H. S. football and hockey games. loan Flynn 26 Glen Avenue G. A. A. " Irish” enjoys dancing and skating. She’ll never forget those football and basketball games she attended and the dances at the " Rec.” Paul Flynn 1 1 Exeter Street Paul is an ardent sports en- thusiast. He hopes to become a manager because, " I like the idea of being a boss.” Mr. Sampson’s class was his favorite. Douglas Forbes 51 Chester Street Tiny " Doug” is Northeastern bound where he ' ll study engineer- ing. Physics with Mr. Skinner will long be remembered by " Doug.” Barbara Ford 8 Monad nock Road Sweet and attractive, " Babs” would like to be a stenographer. While she is studying at Kath- leen Dell, she will keep in mind Miss Donovan’s English class. Dorothy Forsythe 113 Palmer Street G. A. A. " Dot” loves swimming, but if the temperature drops, she enjoys skating equally as well. Secretarial work is her forte, and she will al- ways remember her teachers and schoolmates. William Fraser 242 Forest Street Track Sometimes called " Fearless” " Bill” plans to go to a prep school and then enter the U. S. C. G. R. He will always remember Mr. Sampson’s basic math class. Erik D. Fredrikson 155 Appleton Street Debating Club, Ski Club Well-known Erik plans to serve his country in the Army Air Corps. He ' ll always think of Miss Peck ' s English class as well as his automotive class. Best of luck, Erik! Constance Friery 73 Bates Road Petite " Connie,” who enjoys skating and swimming, plans to become a typist. Her longest memories will be of Mr. Wallace’s business organization class. Carl Fuller 29 Russell Street " Bud,” a friend to everyone, plans to continue in the field of photography in which he has al- ready received much experience. He always will remember his Re- publican friends of Room 25a. Page T wenty -eight Ruth Calinauskis 67 Milton Street Attractive " Ruthie,” who en- joys riding, dancing, and skating, hopes to go to Miss Pierce’s School. She will long remember Mr. Johnson’s history class and Miss Bailey’s French class for three years. Anna Calvin 115 Newland Road Swimming Club , Chorus As yet, " Ann’s” future is un- determined but we know she will succeed in anything she under- takes. Her favorite activities are dancing, swimming, and ice skat- ing. Taube Cargill 15 Hillsdale Road Dramatic Club , Honor Roll, Woman’s Club, Art Club, Year Book Committee Vassar will be lucky when it gets our attractive and vivacious Taube. She is going to be a commercial artist. Sailing and swimming are her favorite pas- times. Mary Ceorge 16 Milton Street Gilbert and Sullivan Petite Mary, who hopes to go to secretarial school, enjoys danc- ing and ice skating. She will long remember Mr. Sexton’s Spanish quizzes, and the football games. Page Twenty-nine Eleanor Criffin 21 Hutchinson Road Studious " Ell ie” wants to study medicine at Jackson. Her favorite outside activity is reading light literature. She will always remem- ber her high school friends. Beverly Cilloglie 17 Tanager Street Pericleans, Debating Club, Dramatic Club, Girls’ Glee Club " Bev,” who is a member of the " Rec” Committee, is undecided as yet about her future career. She enjoys reading and dancing, and will remember her Spanish II and Music I classes the longest. Nyla Cinder 24 Gould Road Dramatic Club Vivacious " Ginger” is going to enrich the University of New Hampshire by her attendance. Her favorite outside interests center around The Friends of the Drama Club and just being with people. Ralph Ciobbe 22 Richardson Avenue His high school career seems very brief to Ralph, who intends to take up radio and television. His favorite pastimes are draw- ing, dancing, dating, and debat- ing. Marguerite Ciradani 8 Daniels Street Gilbert and Sullivan, " lolanthe,” Chronicle " Margie” is going to attend Burdett College to study to be- come a private secretary. Dancing and playing tennis are her fa- vorite activities. Theresa Ciroux 66 Hibbert Street " Terry,” who enjoys all sports, plans to be a photographer. She remembers begging Mr. Johnson not to give a test, and will never forget the other " Terry” in home- room 6. Martha Gleason 20 Wellington Street Year Book, Chronicle, Honor Roll Capable and reliable " Mart” is Editor-in-Chief of the Year Book. Memories of her friends and the A. H. S. football games will go with her to Wheaton. Outside school she enjoys swimming and cooking. Richard Gleason 20 Wellington Street Football Captain, Track " Donker,” captain of the foot- ball team, and track star, has made himself outstanding in his ath- letic ability. After graduation he is looking forward to being one of those " Fighting Marines.” He is a co-captain of The Spy Pond A. C. Richard A. Gnecco 1 47 Washington Street Honor Roll, Laboratory Assistant " Dick,” with all his ability, is planning to attend M. I. T. for a course in engineering. He likes baseball and hockey but he will always remember that third peri- od solid and trig, class. Warren A. Goodwin 27 Hawthorne Avenue " Goody” is planning to become a Marine engineer at the Massa- chusetts Maritime Academy. He enjoys swimming and baseball, and will remember longest his math class with Mr. Eaton. Marjorie L. Gott 4 Daniels Street Band, Honor Roll Marjorie, who plans to be a bookkeeper, enjoys coin collect- ing and skating outside of school. Her greatest memory of A. H. S. is in Mr. Wallace’s business or- ganization class. ! S : afc . Hazel Graham 9 Moore Place " Cookie,” who plans to enter Somerville Hospital so as to help the sick, enjoys sports, and will longest remember Mr. Campbell’s English class and that home-made fudge. Page Thirty Mary J. Graham 28 Henderson Street Ski Club Mary plans to become a Cadet Nurse at the Cambridge Hospital. Roller skating and sewing is what she likes best. She will never forget the fun in her junior home- room. Nancy M. Greene 21 Endicott Road Honor Roll, Ski Club, Dramatic Club, Year Book Committee " Grem,” who now works at the " hidden industry,” plans to at- tend Simmons. She enjoys danc- ing and ice skating, and will al- ways remember Mr. Kroll’s jokes in chemistry class. Florence Greenland 32 Exeter Street " Rusty’s” pleasant memories of A. H. S. include the football games and Mr. Wallace’s business organization class. She enjoys many sports and plans to do of- fice work after graduation. Betty Griffin 25 Addison Street Lunch Room Assistant " Pete” expects to enter the Ca- det Nurse Corps. She will re- member all the friends she made and especially the football and hockey games. Anthony Cuange 28 Beacon Street When he graduates, " Tony” plans to strengthen the Navy’s force. Football and swimming catch his eye and he’ll always re- member all his teachers. Eileen Guarnotta 155 Palmer Street Honor Roll, Chronicle " Elena’s” memories will al- ways dwell on Miss Peck’s senior English class. Patriotic Eileen en- joys writing to servicemen, danc- ing, and swimming. Virginia Gunter 58 Pleasant Street Junior Rec. Committee , Bine Arts Club, Pericleans " Gini” plans to attend Massa- chusetts Art. Outside of school she works at " hidden industry” and enjoys skating and dancing. She will remember the friends she made and her senior studies fifth period in the Hall. Page Thirty -one Creta Gustafson 17 Newland Road G. A. A. " Gussie” wants to become a private secretary and will attend Chandler Day School. She enjoys ice skating and will always re- member her studies in the Hall and her economics class. Loretta Anne Hallion 13 Moulton Road Glee Club, Gilbert and Sullivan Sunny " Bubbles,” a sports en- thusiast, plans to attend a law or medicine college. She will long remember Mr. Sexton, and Miss Porter’s classes and the lively study hall. Elaine Hansen 10 White Street " Sis,” whose desire to be a sec- retary leads her to Kathleen Dell’s, enjoys dancing and bowl- ing. She will remember going to all the games and Mr. Sexton ' s Spanish class. Ethel Harding 25 Peter Tufts Road " Blondie,” who enjoys swim- ming and roller skating, wants to become a private secretary. She will always remember getting lost when she first came to Arlington High. Richard A. Hamilton 17 Magnolia Street Chronicle, Basketball, Honor Roll " Hammy” is undecided about his future ambition. But his fu- ture pastime now is having fun. He will never forget his all-girl English class. Tell us more! lames D. Hanlon 10 Daniels Street Orchestra, Band " Jimmie,” musical as he is, wants to study engineering at Holy Cross. His favorite pastime is playing those drums that every- one knows. The " quiet” aero- nautics class he will always re- member. Robert W. Hanlon 176 Park Avenue Ski Club Tall, dark, and you know what, " Bob” enjoys his dates most. He hopes to make a living some day and plans to study engineering at Tufts. He also remembers that " quiet” aeronautics class. Sanford M. Harlow 106 Crescent Hill Avenue Sanford hasn’t made up his mind what to do yet. He enjoys roller skating and bowling. He al- ways remembers Miss Taber’s class. James Harrington 156 Appleton Street Debating Club Boston College appeals to " Jim " to further his education. He likes hockey but he will al- ways remember his advanced math class and physics class. Page Thirty-two Theresa F. Harrington 60 Cleveland Street " Terry,” who enjoys bowling, wants to be a dental assistant. She will long remember her conversa- tions with the other Terry in room 6, and Mr. Wallace’s busi- ness organization class. Mary-Alice Harris 196 Cedar Avenue " Scoop” will always remember Miss Porter for her tolerance and understanding of her period four senior English class. " Scoop” plans to take a post-graduate course. Robert A. Hellmann 125 Highland Avenue Ski Club, Gilbert and Sullivan " Bob” wants to enter the field of Natural Science, but doesn’t know yet where to go. He likes outdoor sports. His memories will be of Mr. Eaton’s math class and the operetta, " Iolanthe.” Natalie Henderson 25 Locke Street Fine Arts Club " Nat’s” ambition to be a lab- oratory technician will take her to Westbrook Junior College. She enjoys all handwork and will al- ways remember Mr. Kroll’s chem- istry class. Page-T birty -three Anne Hession 53 Alpine Street Ice skating and sewing are " Nancy’s” favorite pastimes out- side school. Her economics class with Mr. Burke will remain in her memory long after she has be- come a stenographer. Pauline Hodges 143 Lake Street Riding Club, G. A. A. " Polly” is bound for Benning- ton College where she plans to become a dietitian. Her spare time is taken up with sailing and swim- ming, and listening to " The Mil- lion Dollar Ballroom.” Nelson L. Hoeppner 150 Summer Street Basketball, Manager Football Handsome " Tex” is going into the Army Air Corps with special memories of Mr. Arthur’s areo- nautics class. He likes all sports and is a member of the Spy Pond A. C. Virginia Hogan 172 Franklin Street Girls ' Glee Club For the years to come, " Ginny” plans to be a secretary. Skating and dancing are her favorites and she’ll always remember those football games. Marian Holden 139 Pleasant Street Dramatic Club Marian is planning to be one of those badly needed nurses. She will study at the Household School of Nursing. That wonder- ful ’44 Arlington-Melrose game and Mr. Kroll’s sixth period chem. A class last year she will always remember. Alice Hooton 55 Tufts Street G. A. A., Student Council, Hockey , Captain Basketball " Al,” who likes all sports will always remember the field hockey feast of ’44. She enjoys dancing and plans to attend Boston Uni- versity to take a business course. Cwenyth Hopkins 181 Newport Street Popular " Gwen” has not any particular plans for the future yet, but we wish her good luck in whatever she undertakes. Her spare time is filled with dancing and bowling. Polly Ann Horan 102 Grafton Street Dramatic Club, G. A. A., " Rec” Committee, Vine Arts Club " Polly” wants to be a commer- cial artist and will attend Massa- chusetts Art. She enjoys swim- ming and drawing and will re- member Mr. Kapff’s solid and trig class. Celine Horne 216 Summer Street " Mickey,” whose ambition is to be a private secretary, enjoys skat- ing, swimming, and dancing. She will long remember Mr. Wallace’s business organization class. Dorothy Israel 44 Robbins Road Dramatic Club , Honor Roll, Year Book Committee Popular " Dotty,” who likes mu- sic and tennis outside of school, intends to broaden her education at Radcliffe. She will never for- get trying to find her way around during those first few days. Alvin Jacobson 9 Magnolia Street Pericleans, Debating Club, Honor Roll M. I. T. bound, Alvin plans to be an aeronautical engineer. He likes hockey and current events outside of school, and he will nev- er forget how the war affected the students. Dorothy Jefferson 22 Amsden Street " Dot,” whose longest memory will be Mr. Wallace’s business or- ganization class, hopes to take further courses in business after graduation. Her favorite pastime is bowling. Page Thirty -four Bobbette Jenkins 545 Summer Street Sports-loving " Bobby” will never forget that Chet Johnson sat behind her in homeroom for three years. She plans to take a business course at B. U. Chester Johnson 7 Pond Terrace Baseball, Cross Country, Winter Track Airminded " Chet” will attend air colle ge after the Marines get through with him. He will nev- er forget a certain girl he sat in back of for three years. Philip Johnson 39 Tanager Street " Phil,” another aviation enthu- siast, has no definite plans for the future. Graduation day is what he will remember longest. Florence Joseph 142 Hillside Avenue Gilbert and Sullivan, Glee Club, Cheer Leader " Florrie” will never forget her three years trying to get the sports fans to cheer loudly. Her favor- ite activity now is dancing. Janies Judge Massachusetts Avenue Best of luck to " Jim,” who plans to go to forestry school! He enjoys swimming, and will never forget Mrs. Goodwin’s math class. Aurora Kazanjian 63 Fairmont Street Funloving " Sunshine” loves roller skating, bowling, and danc- ing. She will never forget Miss Porter’s sixth period senior Eng- lish class. Joan Marie Kelleher 20 Bow Street Dramatic Club, G. A. A., Honor Roll Popular Joan hopes to study home economics at Framingham College. She will never forget her struggle with math. Swim- ming takes up most of her leisure time. James Kenney 69 Lowell Street " Jim” will probably remember Graduation Day longest. He is undecided where he will go after graduation, but we wish him the best success in whatever he does. Page Thirty-fve Leighton Kerner 25 Mary Street Gilbert and Sullivan Club, Chronicle " Lightning” has Tech in mind for engineering or electronics. He enjoys, as an outside activity, the piano — " swing or otherwise,” he says. Elizabeth Keul 41 Mary Street Honor Roll Three Years, Drama- tic Club, G. A. A., Tennis " Liz” wants to become a medi- cal secretary. She loves horseback riding and ice skating. She will always remember Miss Bailey’s French class. jeanne-Marie Kimball 20 Foster Street Gilbert and Sullivan, Glee Club Jeanne, who is a skating and swimming enthusiast, intends to become a nurse. Her fondest memories of A. H. S. will be the many friends she has made. Hope King 204 Summer Street Hope has great plans for the future as a nurse. We are sure many memories of A. H. S. will follow her in her chosen career. Natalie A. King 1059 Massachusetts Avenue Tennis Mr. Burke ' s first period sopho- more class will remain longest in Natalie’s memory. As an outside activity, she enjoys playing the pi- ano. She is planning to attend B. U. Helen O. Kluka 125 Palmer Street Honor Roll, Dramatic Club Short " Sunshine” will never forget her struggles over math de- partmentals. Medical secretarial work being her ambition, " Sun- shine” will go to Burdett for her future career. Dorothy F. Kolb 15 Pine Street Dramatic Club, Glee Club " Dottie,” who loves dancing, swimming, and bowling, is going to Miss Pierce’s Secretarial School. Mr. Burke’s first period econom- ics class will always be very clear- ly outlined in her mind. Frances Kord 46 Grafton Road Honor Roll, Sophomore, Junior. Senior; Dramatic Club, Junior, Senior, Arlington Youth Associa- tion Committee, Year Book Com- mittee, Ring Committee, Guest of W Oman’s Club " Frannie’s” destination is Wel- lesley where she will continue her wonderful work. She enjoys ski- ing and swimming, and will al- ways remember her horrible homework assignments and Mr. Eaton’s math classes. Page Thirty -six Earl Kvingedal 71 Washington Street Honor Roll Earl is planning after gradu- ation to become an engineer. He enjoys skiing, skating, and foot- ball. He’ll remember longest Mr. Arthur’s aeronautics class. Use Laffert 163 Scituate Street Tennis " Blondie,” who’s still unde- cided about her future, prefers tennis as an outside activity. Mr. Johnson’s history class or " The Nut House” will remain longest in her memory. Eleanor Lambertson 49 Marathon Street Dramatic Club, Riding Club Eleanor, who loves dancing, is headed for Katharine Gibbs. She will always remember Mr. Mor- rill’s math class and the Thanks- giving game. Best of luck always, Eleanor! John Philip Lamplough 25 Alton Street Honor Roll, Chronicle, Periclean- Vorum Secretary, Debating Club, Student Council President, Red Cross Representative " The Professor” is Harvard bound to study medicine. He has been quite an active member of A. H. S., and enjoys sports and dancing and will always remem- ber the fun he had in room 13. Rosa Land 110 Lake Street " Boots’ ” heart belongs to the Navy — that is — one of the Na- vy. She’s going to Bryant and Stratton to make someone a fine secretary. She will never forget Mr. Burke’s class. Dorothy |. Lansil 48 Oakland Avenue Bowling, Honor Roll " Dot,” whose future is unde- cided, loves swimming and pho- tography. Through the years she will remember Miss Binnig’s shorthand class and Miss War- dell’s Spanish class. Nancy Larsen 113 Gray Street Band, Orchestra, Ski Club, Riding Club Congenial Nancy is planning to go to Massachusetts State College to study chemistry. She enjoys riding, swimming, and ice skating. She will long remember her chemistry lab periods. Phyllis Irene Larson 23 Wright Street " Phil” will attend North Shore Babies’ Hospital next year to be- come a child nurse. She’ll never forget the experiments that didn’t work in Mr. Thompson’s chemis- try class. Page Thirty-seven Richard L. Larson 84 Harlow Street Honor Roll Mastermind " Dick” is headed for Harvard to study law. Outside of school, he likes detective stories and baseball, and football scor- ing. He will never forget the battle with Mr. Eaton over taking chemistry. Helen Lavery 18 Field Road G. A. A. Quiet " Homef,” who enjoys dancing, plans to attend B. U. af- ter graduation. We wish her the best of success in her career in the business world. Dorothy LeBrasseur 86 Milton Street Gilbert and Sullivan, Riding Club Likeable " Dottie,” who enjoys dancing and roller skating, will always include Mr. Kauff’s alge- bra class in her high school mem- ories. She hopes to become a nurse " as a form of retribution.” Why, " Dottie”? Marie Louise Lentino 363 Mystic Street Dramatic Club, G. A. A. Friendly " Lenny” is bound for Jackson College to continue her education. She loves dancing and will never forget the wonderful friends she made at A. H. S. Carol Ann Locascio 153 Mt. Vernon Street Dramatic Club, Debating Club An ambition to study for con- sular service will send petite Car- ol Ann to Radcliffe. She will long remember her junior year, espe- cially decorating for the Prom. Frederick M. Logan 212 Forest Street " Fred” has already enlisted in the Army Air Corps but after the war he ' d like to attend New England Aircraft. He enjoys fish- ing and Mr. Arthur’s Per. Ill class. Virginia A. Lombard 21 Allen Street " Jinny” intends to be a comp- tometer operator and at present enjoys bowling, baseball, and good music. She will always have sweet memories of Mr. Wallace’s business organization class. Eugene Lopez 18 Nourse Street Eugene is interested in chem- istry and spends his spare time in the lab. He wants to study for a research chemist’s position at Tufts College. Page Thirty-eight Richard Lorenz 39 Wildwood Avenue Tall " Dick ' s’’ choice is the Mer- chant Marine. He is a sports en- thusiast and will always remem- ber his aeronautics class. He is a member of the Spy Pond A. C. JoAnne Loud 28 Draper Avenue Debating Club, Dramatic Club, Pericleans Versatile " Jo’s” behind scene activities are responsible for the success of many a Dramatic Club play. She plans to further her education at the University of New Hampshire. Harold Lovering 4 Orchard Terrace Track Athletic " Jerry,” a prominent track star, plans to enter the Armed Service. We wish him as much success there as he had on the track. Florence Lowe 99 Glenburn Road Tennis, Bowling, G. A. A., Glee Club Quiet " Flossie,” who enjoys swimming as well as horseback riding and dancing, is planning to attend Katharine Gibbs after grad- uation. She’ll never forget Miss Jerardi’s sixth period French class. Florence Lundstrom 16 Swan Street Because music gives her such a thrill, " Pat” is going to be a singer. She enjoys dancing, rid- ing, and her fine group of senior teachers. Margaret C. Lyons 148 Hillside Avenue G. A. A. " Sis” plans to brighten a doc- tor’s office as a medical secretary. She likes to swim, dance, and skate between Miss Peck’s Eng- lish assignments. Robert Macchi 73 Foster Street " Mac” doesn’t know where he’s headed after graduation. Where- ever it is, though, he’ll never for- get those jokes of Mr. Burke’s. He enjoys baseball most. Eileen T. MacDonald 95 Ronald Road Following family tradition Ei- leen plans to become a nurse. We know the Cadet Nurse Corps will be as pleased with her as was her advanced math class. Page Thirty -nine John Edward Magnuson 12 Prospect Avenue John will study engineering at Northeastern College. He will al- ways remember the trials and tribulations of Miss Peck ' s Eng- lish class in his senior year. Robert MacDonald 47 Sherborn Street Track It’s the Navy for Robert! His favorites are basketball and box- ing and he ' ll never forget the gay time in Mr. Sexton’s Spanish II class and Mr. Eaton’s homeroom. Ruth E. Magnuson 588 Summer Street Popular " Ruthie” plans to at- tend Katharine Gibbs Secretarial School to become best fitted for the business world. She loves swimming and dancing and will long remember the good times in Miss O’Connell’s English class. I Mary MacLean 132 Sylvia Street " Mickey,” a James and Sinatra fan, thinks office work will be her choice. She regrets missing our victorious football game with Melrose. George MacMaster 26 Albermarle Street After graduation George will go to college and learn all about dogs and cats as he plans to be a veterinary. His favorite outside activity is sports. Barbara MacNeill 17 Revere Street " Babs” wants to be a recep- tionist because she likes to meet people. She likes to swim, skate, and bowl, and will remember Miss Pennell’s Home Management classes and finals. Gerald F. Mahoney 33 Lake Street Because he can argue his way out of anything, " Frank” is go- ing to Suffolk Law School. We’d like some of those sodas, " Frank”! Margaret Mahoney 248 Appleton Street For outside activities, " Peggy” will take ice skating and dancing. She wants to work in an engi- neer’s office and will remember her senior blue print reading class the longest. Page Forty Joaquina Malva-Gomes 1 1 Kimball Road Tennis , Badminton " Jo” likes painting and decorat- ing outside of school. She’s plan- ning to attend Leslie College and will always carry happy memories of Mr. Johnson’s class. Frederick Allen Mansfield 16 Hopkins Road Football Team " Manny” has the urge to be- come an admiral so to Maritime Academy he’s headed. Neither Al- len nor the school will forget the fatal moment he scored the win- ning touchdown against Wey- mouth. He’s a co-captain of the Spy Pond A. C. Eleanor E. Markley 75 Gloucester Street Dramatic Club, Gilbert and Sullivan " Ellie” plans to enter B. U. to study to be a medical secre- tary. Working in the " Hidden Industry” and dancing are her fa- vorite outside activities. She will long remember Mr. Eaton’s soph- omore math class. Merle Marquedant 32 Michael Street Tennis The only thing that ever in- terested Merle is nursing and she plans to train at Symmes. She en- joyed her many scouting years and says she’ll always remember Miss Barry’s friendliness. Page Forty -one William B. Marshall 65 Hillside Avenue Basketball, Chess Club " Bill” is looking forward to a career as a metallurgist after studying at Carnegie Tech. He is fond of all sports, especially bas- ketball. Priscilla Martin 41 Rageley Road Student Council, Class Vice- President Popular " Pepper” is definitely air-minded, as aviation is to be her vocation. She’ll never forget how nervous she was when she was elected as vice-president. Paul H, Mason 1 1 Orlando Avenue Popular " Red,” accompanied by the thrill of the last Arlington- Melrose game won by Arlington, will glorify the Merchant Marine uniform after graduating. Good luck, " Red.” Edward A. May 138 George Street " Eddie” is going to join the Merchant Marine and hopes to earn his master’s certificate. He will always remember being called to Mr. Morrill’s office. What hap- pened, " Eddie”? Edward Mazmanian 32 Laurel Street Orchestra " Ed” is bound for M. I. T. with the notable ambition of proving that metallurgy will beat the field of plastics. In the meantime he enjoys swimming, tennis, and playing in the orchestra. Anne McCarthy 17 Pine Avenue Swimming, Gilbert and Sullivan, G. A. A., Dramatic Club A desire to teach school leads Anne to Salem Teachers College. She enjoys dancing and bowling and will never forget all the times made up for talking. Betty McCarty 65 Sunset Road Chronicle Popular " B. A. " is going to Mt. Ida. She says she’ll never forget the help Miss Fitzpatrick and Miss Barry always gave her. Patricia McCormick 85 Bow Street Basketball " Pat ' s " ambition is to attend Harvard Night School and study shorthand and typing. She loves to play the piano and enjoys swimming. ' Doris Elaine McCray 9 Robbins Road Riding Club Doris has no definite plans for her future. Outside of school her favorite activities are swimming, canoeing, and horseback riding. Dorothy McDevitt 20 Locke Street G. A. A., Basketball " Dotty,” because she thorough- ly enjoys sports, has her eyes on Sargent College. An avid reader, she will always remember her teachers’ helpfulness. Jean McDonough 65 Amsden Street Dramatic Club, Riding Club, Journalism Club Friendly " Jean” intends to go to Jackson. She enjoys riding and dancing as outside activities. She says sbe’ll never forget our 13-0 victory over Melrose in 1944. Marjorie Ann McDonough 5 Park Circle Glee Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, Dramatic Club, G. A. A., Hardy Recreation Pretty " Marjie’s” ambition is to become a secretary because she en- joys shorthand and typewriting. She’ll never forget the many nice friends of A. H. S. Page Forty-two Paul McElligott 18 Grandview Road " Mac” has no special plans for the future as yet. Any kind of sport interests him, but he’ll par- ticularly remember all the excit- ing football games. Lois McGorty 119 Varnum Street Riding Club, G. A. A. for One Year " Lo,” who has studied hard to enter the New England Hospital for nurse ' s training will always re- member Mr. Kroll’s chemistry class. Her favorite outside activ- ity is dancing. Robert McLaughlin 100 Webster Street " Mac,” whose favorite outside activity is sleeping, will be wak- ing to the tune of the bugler come next June. He will always remember basic math with Mr. Sampson. Good luck, " Mac.” Jasper Medzorian 52 River Street " Jazz” wants to attend Went- worth Institute with an eye to the business world. His free time is mainly occupied in fixing cars and being haunted by Nickie Sackos. Rage Forty-three Edward Meers 428 Concord Turnpike The Navy will solve " Eddie’s” immediate future; after that he has no definite plans. His favor- ite activity is baseball and Eng- lish in room 22 will be long re- membered. James M. Meikle 68 Oxford Street Charming " Jimmy” will al- ways remember Mr. Arthur’s oh — so corny jokes. Before following his career, " Jimmy” plans to spend a few years with the Ma- rines. Donald G. Melanson 40 Webcowet Road Friendly " Duck’s” ambition is to go flying through the clouds for Uncle Sam. He will always have fond memories of Mr. Ar- thur’s aeronautics class. Happy landings, " Duck”! Dorothy Ann Menezes 34 Bowdoin Street Field Hockey, G. A. A. " Slasher” is Sargent bound. A sports enthusiast she likes to skate, swim, and bowl. Mr. Sex- ton’s Spanish class will never be forgotten by her. Evelyn Miller 157 Mount Vernon Street Orchestra Boston University is the col- lege for Evelyn next year. She en- joyed her history IV classes and delivering notices while at high school. Jacqueline Miller 82 Cutter Hill Road Honor Roll, Glee Club, Gilbert and Sullivan " Jackie,” the girl with the gold- en voice, plans to attend the New England Conservatory. She en- joys roller skating, and will fond- ly remember the Blue Star Broad- cast. June Milley 226 Washington Street Bowling, Swimming " Joe,” whose future is definite- ly a " military secret,” will long- est remember those wonderful proms. Outside of school, she enjoys bowling, dancing and skat- ing. George E. Minot 31 Benjamin Road George’s future is undecided but we are sure it’ll be a pleasant one. On the lighter side, George enjoys baseball. He will always recall chemistry with Mr. Kroll. Jeanette Morelli 293 Gray Street Ski Club, Riding Club, Dramatic Club Next year will find lovely Jeanette in a Cadet Nurse’s uni- form. She will always remem- ber gay hours spent in both Miss Jewett’s and Mr. Miller’s classes. Virginia Morganstern 359 Mystic Street Dramatic Club " Geeg” will never forget be- ing honorary member of the R. O. T. C. Club nor will she for- get the " Tobias Boys” (who are they? ? ? ) " Geeg” revels in win- ter sports and especially ice skat- ing. Mary Morrill 48 Kenilworth Road Student Council, Gilbert and Sullivan Popular Mary, an enterprising Student Council member, plans to further her education at Rad- cliffe. Mr. Eaton’s math class holds potent memories for her. Jean Morrison 85 Thorndike Street Honor Roll. Student Council, Journalism Club, Year Book Committee Popular " Jeanie” hopes to go to Boston University to study journalism. She enjoys dancing and skating, and will always re- member Mr. Sexton’s Spanish II class and the proms. ll Rage Forty-four Priscilla Morison 31 Dundee Road Gilbert and Sullivan, G. A. A., Field Hockey Manager, Baseball " Cilia’s” going to Green Moun- tain " to further my education!?” she says. She’ll never forget Terry’s candy club and going to and from the hockey games. Paul T. Motherway 1 1 Park Street Football, Basketball, Honor Roll " Buck’s” entrance to Dart- mouth will be slightly delayed by a previous engagement with Uncle Sam. Among his fondest memories will be the fun he had on the teams and getting that " A” in bookkeeping. Barbara Moxon 44 Varnum Street Riding Club Three Years, Ski Club Sophomore Year, Glee Club Senior Year Fun loving " Bobbie” is bound for Jackson College. " Those chemistry and lab classes were really rare. I will never forget them,” says " Bobbie.” Please tell us more. Rose Mulhern 207 Pleasant Street Chronicle, Dramatic Club, Gilbert and Sullivan Tiny Rose will always remem- ber Mr. Eaton ' s vigorous math classes. She has many interest- ing plans for becoming a medical secretary after graduation. Good luck, Rose! Rage Forty-five Raymond L. Mullin 36 Margaret Street " Moon” has not yet determined the course of his future. In the meantime his favorite outside ac- tivity is football. We know he will succeed in all of his undertakings. Marjorie Munro 36 Brooks Avenue Marjorie plans to attend busi- ness school with the ultimate goal of office worker in mind. She will never forget Mr. Burke’s jokes. Irene Murphy 917 Massachusetts Avenue G. A. A. Popular Irene plans to go to Boston University P. A. L. next year. She says she’ll always re- member the Saturday night dances at the Town Hall and all her Lat- in classes. Mary Elizabeth Murphy 917 Massachusetts Avenue Mary is a prominent member of the " Candy Club” of Miss Nash’s period five economics class. She likes swimming and football and hockey games in her spare time. Arthur J. H. Myers 10 Parker Street Cross Country, Indoor Track, Out- door Track, Gilbert and Sullivan, Chronicle Boston College will get a good runner in " Art” next year. Be- sides running, he enjoys hockey and singing and will never forget that special Chorus II class. Robert J. Myers 10 White Street Chronicle, Gilbert and Sullivan " Chubby” is going to follow in his father ' s footsteps and select journalism as his career. Mr. Sex- ton’s Spanish class will always have first place in " Chubby’s” memory. Warren Nahigian 174 Mystic Valley Parkway " Caesar” intends to be a pilot and attend Holy Cross. His heart belongs to football as well as memories of his automotive class. Agnes Neville 104 Medford Street Honor Roll, Glee Club To be a secretary is pretty " Smokey’s” ambition. She loves io watch hockey games and will nev- er forget the swell times she had at them in her junior year. Richard Thomas Nugent 22 Sutherland Road Best of luck to " Dick,” who plans to join the Naval Air Corps. His favorite is hockey and he will never forget Mr. Skinner’s stories. Francis A. Obey 96 Chandler Street Dramatic Club Good-looking " Frannie” is bound for Northeastern to study engineering. He will always have sweet thoughts of the Totem Pole and a " certain gal,” and Mr. Ar- thur’s aeronautics class. Geraldine O’Brien 39 Everett Street " Gerry” enjoys ice skating and will remember her senior all-girl classes. She plans to attend Felt and Tarrant for further training in office machines. Isabelle O ' Brien 11 Magnolia Street " Iz” is another future nurse and will train at Mt. Auburn Hos- pital. She’ll remember Miss Port- er’s senior English class the long- est and she enjoys ice skating. Page Forty-six William J. O’Brien 319 Massachusetts Avenue Debating Club, Dramatic Club, Pericleans, Track, Indoor and Outdoor Versatile " Bill” will long be re- membered for his hot debates in the Debating Club. He plans to study for the priesthood at Notre Dame. Mary Rita O’Connor 22 Peter Tufts Road Mary, who remembers her sophomore studies in room 71, will attend Salem Normal School after graduation to study a busi- ness course. Outside of school she enjoys dancing and roller skating. Vera O’Keefe 121 Newport Street A desire for secretarial work will take " V” to Kathleen Dell’s. Dancing and bowling are her fa- vorites and she remembers most first lunch and school sports. Mary Teresa O’Leary 38 Beacon Street " Terry” is planning to be a telephone operator after she grad- uates. She enjoys skating and dancing and was especially fond of Miss Campbell’s cooking class. Page Forty-seven Mildred O’Malley 32 Colonial Drive " Millie " is headed for Bryant and Stratton. At present, she en- joys ice skating, bowling, and dat- ing. She will always remember the swell times in Miss Nash’s economics class. Richard Onanian 38 Amsden Street Honor Roll " Rick” is planning to study electronics in the Navy to pre- pare for a good career at the war’s end. He’s interested in sports and remembers Miss Port- er’s history IV class. Pasquale Oppedisano 75 Decatur Street Football We wish the best of luck to " Opie” who plans to join the Navy. Baseball is his favorite and he will long remember Mr. Arthur ' s aeronautics class. Marian Osborn 197 Jason Street Attractive " Moe,” who hopes to attend the University of Maine, enjoys dancing and skating. She will never forget her homework and lunch period in the hall. Margaret M. Pacheco 913 Massachusetts Avenue Field Hockey, Basketball, Baseball, G. A. A. " Checo,” who will always re- member trying to figure out her homework, and Miss O ' Connell’s English class, enjoys horseback riding. She is undecided about her future ambition, but we all wish her success. Anita Marie Palmer 10 Radcliffe Road Class Secretary, Secretary Student Council, Vice-President Debating Club, Dramatic Club, G. A. A., Journalism Club Popular " Nita, " our attractive class secretary, is headed for Rad- cliffe where she will have many friends. " Nita” will always cher- ish the friendship of her class- mates at Arlington High School. June C. Pasquina 15 Lincoln Street June plans to take up comp- tometer work next year at Bur- roughs. She ' ll always remember all the fun and especially the homework she had at A. H. S. William L. Patton, )r. 21 Oakland Avenue Dramatic Club, Football, Cheer Leader Well-known " Diesel” has de- cided upon a railroad career. He ' ll remember " Pride and Prejudice” and he says he really wasn ' t sleep- ing at the " Rec.” Ruth Dorothy Pavey 35 Sunset Road " Pinky,” an excellent roller skater, will fondly remember the many exciting football games she has seen. We wish her the best of luck in her business career. Alan D. Philbrick 132 Mt. Vernon Street Dramatic Club " Shorty,” who enjoys both golf and swimming, plans to attend Northeastern. His treasured mem- ory of A. H. S. is Miss Rounds ' sophomore Latin class, and he says he has stopped growing. No kid- ding? Barbara Phillips 43 Richfield Road G. A. A., Riding Club, Basketball " Barbs,” a S. F. Club member, plans to attend Regis. Dancing and skating are her favorites, and she will long rem ember fifth pe- riod studies in the hall. Mildred Pipitone 16 West Street " Millie” is going to take up designing. She loves dancing, roller skating, and swimming. She will never forget her sixth period English class. Page Forty-eight Raymond W. Pittman 57 Rhinecliff Street " Ray” likes to spend his leisure time skating and riding. He en- joyed Mr. Pine ' s automatic me- chanics class. His choice is the Navy as soon as school ends. Marie N. Polimeni 36 Park Avenue Ext. Honor Roll, Dramatic Club, Year Book Committee We will always remember pop- ular " Nancy’s” quiet personality. We know she will succeed as well in the business world after " Katy Gibbs” as she has at A. H. S. )ean Porter 85 High Haith Road Glee Club , Tennis " Blondie” wants to attend a col- lege somewhere in New York and become a buyer for some leading department store there. She enjoys all sports and will always remem- ber the dances and football games. Nancy Potter 51 Sutherland Road G. A. A., Dramatic Club, Glee Club " Shorty” hopes to go to Kath- arine Gibbs Secretarial School next year. She enjoys skiing and will always remember Miss Nash and her economics class. Geraldine Powers 232 Cedar Avenue Baseball Team Athletic " Gerry " enjoys ice skating and roller skating, and will attend Gordon, hoping to be- come a missionary. She will long remember Mr. Wallace’s business organization class. Michael Princiotta 94 Egerton Road Debating Club, The Peri cleans, Cross Country " Mike " is planning to enter M. I. T. and become an electrical engineer. He enjoys cross coun- try track and math; also a lively debate. Mary Theresa Prior 122 Palmer Street Glee Club " Mazie’s " future will be cen- tered around the secretarial field. She is convinced that Coach Tozy- lowski’s teaching math brought out her natural abilities in the subject. Animated " Mazie” en- joys dancing and skating. M Charles Pyiynski 40 Dimdee Road " Charlie ' s” occupation after graduation will be taken care of by the Navy. We know the Na- vy will like him as much as we have in A. H. S. Page Forty -nine Catherine Quinn 26 Jason Street Gilbert and Sullivan Some fortunate concern will have " Kay” as a stenographer. " All the time they give us for lunch” is what she will remember longest about her high school ca- reer. Roller skating is her fa- vorite outside activity. Eileen R. Quirke 7 Homestead Road G. A. A.. Riding Club , Dramatic Club, Tennis " Corky” intends to further her education at Regis College. She enjoys dancing, swimming, skat- ing, and tennis. Miss Jewett s biology tests will never be for- gotten by her. Donald R. Rae 17 Shawnee Road Athletic " Don” enjoys camp- ing and marksmanship and is a member of the State Guard. He expects to graduate in January and enlist in the Marine Corps. Best of luck, " Don.” Charles Raffi 214 Crosby Street Honor Roll, President of Dramatic Club, Debating Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, Forgotten Men, Student Council, Chronicle, Pericleans, Math Club Better known as " Charlie,” he ranks tops with all his classmates. Our loss will be Harvard ' s gain next year. " Charlie” will never forget " Coach " Pennell’s lunch- room. Besides all his club ac- tivities at school, popular " Char- lie” is a member of the R. O. T. C. Club. foline Reddan 30 Sherborn Street G. A. A. Dancing is the favorite pastime of vivacious " Jo,” who hopes to go to Regis after graduation. She will fondly remember Mr. Kro ' l’s chemistry A class. Claire Regan 31 Varnum Street Dancing is " Rege’s” favorite outside activity. She will always have happy memories of Arling- ton’s victory over Medford in her junior and senior years. Claire-Elaine Richardson 14 Venner Road Honor Roll, Dramatic Club, Year Book Committee " Tech” will be lucky when it gets our sweet and brilliant Claire. She plans to be an archi- tect. Tennis and hockey are her favorite diversions. Richard Ring 1 1 Newport Street " Dick” has become very popu- lar with everyone at school this year. He likes to be with the fellows and will always remember the friends he has made. We’ll re- member you, too, " Dick,” and wish you the best of luck at Holy Cross. Page Fifty Robert Ring 1 1 Newport Street Football, " Track " Bob,” too, has made many friends in his year at A. H. S. He was a regular member of the football team and will never for- get " the gang, Coach Toczylow- ski, and Cavalieri.” We ll never forget that superb " kicking” eith- er, " Bob.” David Roach 48 Broadway " Dave’s " ambition is to fly in the Army Air Corps. Basketball and hockey are his favorites and he ' ll never forget Mr. Barber’s homework problems. Edwin Roberts 42 Tanager Street Honor Roll " Eddie, " who likes to ski after dark, plans to study chemical en- gineering, especially plastics, at M. I. T. His longest memory of high school will be all the home- work. Miller Robertson 7 Pondview Road Baseball and hockey are " Brim’s” favorite pastimes. He says he’ll remember his good times in the auto mechanics room. As yet, he has no plans for after he graduates. Page Fifty -one Robert Robinson 160 Gray Street Track Team " Robby’s” chief ambition seems to be to graduate. He prefers base- ball and hockey, but his high school years will always remain in his memory. Marilyn Roch 54 Amsden Street Honor Roll, Chronicle, Dramatic Club " Lynn " wants to attend Rad- cliffe to study social service work. She will never forget as long as she lives Mr. Eaton’s math III class. Mary Lou Roche 63 North Union Street Mary Lou would like to be a telephone operator. She enjoys swimming, dancing, and roller skating, and will long remember her senior English class. Sally Rooney 6 Orvis Road Chronicle Sally, who is going to be an attractive nurse at Cambridge Mt. Auburn Hospital, enjoys bowling and dancing. The ’44 Thanks- giving game leaves her pleasant memories. Margaret Rosenberger 43 Harlow Street " Boots,” who prefers dancing, has the desire and ambition to be a nurse. Getting caught chew- ing gum in Mr. Thompson’s chemistry class will always be re- membered by her. Peter F. Rossi 266 Mystic Valley Parkway " Pete” is planning on Tufts for engineering. Football and hockey are his favorite activities. Holi- days and senior English class will remain longest in " Pete’s” mem- ory. Nicholas Sackos 1 39 Palmer Street Football, Baseball. Basketball " Nick,” who has Bentley in mind for business, will always be remembered for his football play- ing. He will never forget his speed in copying others’ home- work. Helen Safgren 35 Overlook Road Honor Roll Quiet and reserved Helen, who likes skating and dancing, will never forget Mrs. Whittemore’s sixth period clothing class. She will study at Kathleen Dell’s af- ter graduation. Virginia Sandborg 3 1 Longfellow Road Dramatic Club, Riding Club Our loveliest contribution to the Cadet Nurse Corps is the girl with the famed dimples. Dancing, skiing, and driving have " San- dy’s” vote for favorite activities. Natalie Sandler 22 Bartlett Avenue Dancing, bowling, and playing the piano are the favorite outside activities of our friendly " Nat.” Miss Wardell’s music class will be long remembered by " Nat. " Robert Scanned 20 Glen Avenue Our shy " Bob” tells us that his favorite outside activity is foot- ball. He is looking to Tufts for en gineering. We all wish him the best of success. Mary Theresa Schwamb 36 Edmund Road Honor Roll Mary likes to bowl, dance, and play the piano. She plans to en- ter office work and who can blame her after being in that junior bookeeping class? Page Fifty-tii’O Harold Rouse 102 Franklin Street Head Manager Football After the Navy, energetic " Harry” plans to go to Georgia Tech. He always enjoyed being at the Gleason House. He is co- captain of the Spy Pond A. C. Anna Lee Russell 1 1 Randolph Street On the side, Anna Lee enjoys dancing and playing the piano. She hopes to make Katharine Gibbs School her Alma Mater. Nancy Semonian 30 Cliff Street Dramatic Club, Gilbert and Sull’- ran, Peril leans. Honor Roll, Rid- ing Club, Year Book Committee Who can forget vivacious " Miss S’s” happy smile and unique way of greeting her friends? She will never forget the after school conferences with Mr. Kroll, Mr. Miller, and Mr. Skinner. Claire Morrison Senter 8 Elmore Street Gilbert and Sullivan, Honor Roll To be an air line hostess is the career for petite Claire. Topping her list of choice memories of A. H. S. is Mr. Campbell ' s Eng- lish class. Page Fifty-three Elizabeth A. Sherman 25 Ottawa Road Honor Roll, Peri clean Forum. Dramatic Club, Student Council, " Rec” Committee, Year Book Committee, Woman ' s Club No one can easily forget flame- haired " Sherm” and her spicy wit. Her ambition is to attend Radcliffe or rather we should say Radcliffe’s ambition is to receive her. Robert Shilliday 5 1 Webcowet Road “Bob” enjoys hockey and golf and will long remember his math and business organization classes. He plans to enter Wentworth In- stitute to study electrical engi- neering. Good luck, " Bob”! Mary Silk 35 Gardner Street Honor Roll Mary Lou, who loves to talk and dance, is going to continue working as a secretary. She will long remember our football team and the many friends she met at Arlington High. Donald Sitter 54 Wyman Terrace Honor Roll. Debating Club " Don,” one of our honor stu- dents, has Tufts College in mind. He enjoys the " Rec " outside of school. He says he ' ll never for- get his chemistry class. Ann Mary Skenian 159 Gloucester Street Chronicle, Dramatic Club, Class Day Committee Ann’s interest in dramatics and speech will take her to Emerson. Her memories of A. H. S. in- clude the Chronicle, French III, and periods in the study hall. Louise Small 54 Massachusetts Avenue " Lou” is another interested in the Cadet Nurse Corps, but she will take a pre-nursing course at B. U. first. The friends she made will be upoermost in her thoughts of A. H. S. Ethel Lillian Smith 180 Appleton Street " Smitty ' s” not sure of next year’s plans as yet but she’ll al- ways remember Miss Murray’s shorthand II class. Her favorites are dancing and writing poetry. Helen Ann Sorrentino 51 Walut Street Sports-loving ’’Butch” expects to study typewriting at Burdett College. Her outstanding recol- lections are her junior home- work, and Miss Binnig’s compli- ment to her shorthand class. Ceorge Sousa 38 Sunset Road George will remember Mr. Ar- thur’s aeronautics class and will join the Navy after graduation join the Navy after graduation. He enjoys swimming, bowling, and hockey as outside activities. John Spadaro 58 Lombard Terrace Dramatic Club, Track Clever " Spud” wants to join the Navy or Marines for excite- ment. We won’t forget his mag- ic and he’ll always remember Mr. Kapff’s period three class. Gladys L. Spaulding 1188 Massachusetts Avenue Glee Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, Dramatic Club, Chronicle " Happy” will be a medical sec- retary after graduation from Fish- er Business School. She’ll never forget the 1942 Gilbert and Sul- livan show. Jean E. Spears 20 Central Street Glee Club " Spearsy,” whose favorite out- side activities are dancing and ire skating, hopes to become a really good stenographer. She will long remember the sixth period study in the old hall. Page Fifty-four Louise Stacchi 7 Prentiss Road " Lou,” who enjoys roller skat- ing, will remember Mr. Burke’s economics class and how cold it was in his room. Eleanor Stanton 25 Cornell Street Horseback Riding, Tennis, Honor Roll When " Sparkle " isn ' t talking (her favorite activity) she is studying to be an A-l secretary. She will long remember trying to do all her homework before school every morning. David Starkey 42 Brunswick Road Football, Track, Student Council, Class Treasurer Popular " Dave,” who is bound for Colgate University, intends to first answer his country’s call by joining the Navy. He will long remember Mr. Arthur’s aeronau- tics class and the football team. Stephen Stiles 86 Coolidge Road When Stephen enters the Na- vy Air Force he will remember longest the homework and girls of A. H. S. Flying takes up his spare time. Good luck, Stephen! Robert Strahan 13 Thorndike Street " Bob” is helping to finish the war by serving in the Army Air Corps. We all wish you the best of luck in your flying career, " Bob.” W. Parker Stuart, |r. 17 Bartlett Avenue Chess Club " Sparky” enjoys dancing and bowling as outside activities. M. I. T. for mechanical engineering has his fancy. We all wish him loads of luck. Arthur J. F. Sullivan 18 Marion Road Chess Club, Manager Cross Coun- try Team, Honor Roll, Track Team " Sully,” who plans to enter Harvard to study architecture, en- joys many sports. He will never forget the first day of his senior year at Arlington High. Elizabeth Sullivan 57 Brattle Street G. A. A., Dramatic Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, Field Hockey, Swimming To go to Salem Teachers Col- lege are " Betty’s” clans. She en- joys swimming and she ' ll remem- ber her sophomore year the long- est. Page Fifty-five Mary Pauline Sullivan 43 Winchester Road G. A. A., Riding Club , Chronicle, Class Basketball " Polly” wants to go to Lin- den Hall Junior College to learn to draw something besides her Chronicle cartoons. She enjoys riding, dancing, bowling, and Miss Wardell’s Spanish class. Robert L. Sullivan 56 Hemlock Street Gilbert and Sullivan, Orchestra, Band, Football " Sully,” the well-rounded mu- sician of Arlington High, has de- cided B. C. as the college for him. Music by far has the vote for " Sully ’s” favorite hobby. Shirley Swaffield 14 Farrington Street Glee Club, Bowling Everyone knows that talented " Shirl” will realize her ambition to become a singer. Besides mu- sic she likes dancing and roller skating, and will never forget singing in the G. A. A. Amateur Show. Winifred Swanholm 27 Milton Street Honor Roll " Winnie” wants to be a comp- tometer operator when she leaves A. H. S. She enjoys bowling and dancing best. She says she will never forget all the homework and last period studies. Mary Sweeney 68 Rawson Road Gilbert and Sullivan Mary, who loves dancing, swim- ming, and skating, plans to study secretarial work at Fisher College. She will remember longest Miss Nash ' s sixth period economics class. Nora Alice Sweeney 60 Hamlet Street Riding Club, G. A. A., Chronicle, Basketball Pooular " Sida” will attend Re- gis where she will be able to con- tinue the sports she has enjoyed at A. H. S. Riding, dancing, and ice skating are her favorite activi- ties. William A. Sweeney 33 Newport Street " Bill,” who will remember his physics class, is very much inter- ested in the radio business. Swim- ming and skating ccme first on his outside activities. Carolyn Tapley 73 Trowbridge Street Dramatic Club , Honor Roll " Carol, " who enjoys dancing, dramatics, and riding, will never be able to forget that Saturday morning at school. Her eye is on either Middlebury or Jackson for next year. Page Fifty-six Lois Taylor 38 Dorothy Road Dramatic Club, Tennis " Lo,” who plans to be a " mere” housewife, will long remember Mr. Burke ' s " jokes,” and her wish- ful longing for an elevator in the old building. Richard H. Teel 122 Highland Avenue Baseball, Track Quiet " Bump " wants to be a farmer. He ' s a member of the " exclusive” R. O. T. C. Club. The Senior Prom will remain longest in his memory. jean Elva Thorburn 51 Grandview Road Sweet little Jean is going to at- tend " Katy Gibbs,” Hoping that her memories there will be as fine as those of Miss O’Connell ' s English class. Phyllis Tierney 23 Richardson Avenue Honor Roll " Phyl” has fond memories of Miss Wardell’s Spanish class and Mr. Kapff’s algebra II class. She is going to attend Charles STiool and enjoys dancing, swimming, and the movies. Ceorge C. Todd, |r. 277 Washington Street Gilbert and Sullivan George, whose future plans concern aeronautics, enjoys ski- ing and photography as outside activities. He says he’ll never for- get room 7 1 . Lawrence D. Toomey 395 Appleton Street Friendly " Larry ' s " future is a bit hazy for his school was in- terrupted by Uncle Sam ' s call to the Navy. Whatever you do, " Larry,” best of luck always. jovce Tourangeau 19 Foster Street Basketball " Joy " will never forget Mr. Burke’s economics and law classes. She enjoys comptometer work and her favorite sports are dancing and roller skating. Michael Troiano 130 Lake Street Annapolis and the Navy are the goals of " Mike, " whose fa- vorite outside activities are sports. He will never forget that French I class in room 27. Page Fifty-seven Salvatore Truscello 9 Higgins Street Swing Band, Orchestra, Band " Sal” plans to go to Tufts Col- lege. He enjoys all sports and music. He will never forget play- ing in the swing band and at the football games. William Truvedson 82 Grandview Road Orchestra " Bill” wants to go to the Uni- versity of Maine to study wild life conservation. There he can enjoy hunting. He’ll remember Miss Peck’s English class longest. Mary Frances Turner 19 Village Lane Dramatic Club, Student Guest of Woman’s Club, Honor Roll, " Rec” Committee Mary Frances — alias " M. F.” — believes Wellesley will be the lucky college to receive her. Long will she retain memories of study- ing for math departmentals. But it got results. John Twitchell 57 Hillsdale Road Class President, Football Team, Captain of Track Team " Twitch,” our popular class president, plans to enter Holy Cross. He enjoys all kinds of sports and will always remember the days he spent playing football at A. H. S. Madeline Van Valkenburg 171 Highland Avenue " Dutchy,” whose favorite pas- times are bowling and music, is going to become a nurse. She will always remember Miss Peck’s English class. Barbara A. Vincent 104 Park Avenue Gilbert and Sullivan, Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Chronicle " Barby,” who enjoys riding and dancing, is going to some junior college. She’ll never forget Mrs. Moffat’s surprise appearance in the corridor and her junior lunch pe- riods. Doris Vogel 10 Cutter Hill Road Honor Roll Junior Year Vivacious " Dolly,” who enjoys bowling and dancing, is headed for Katharine Gibbs Secretarial School. She will always remem- ber Mr. Wallace’s business organ- ization class. Ruth Vokey 44-A Peirce Street Field Hockey, Basketball, Baseball Ruth, one of our star athletes in the girls’ sports, likes to ski and swim in her spare time. She will never forget Mr. Burke and Mr. Johnson. Page Fifty-eight Theodore Voutselas 1 4 1 Palmer Street " Ted,” another sports fan, will attend M. I. T. for its marvelous electrical engineering course. He considers his math courses the high point of his high school ca- reer. Winifred Waldron 21 Teel Street Gilbert and Sullivan Another sports enthusiast, " Winkie” enjoyed the football games, as well as Mr. Wallace’s junior business organization class. She, too, wishes to study secre- tarial work at Burdett. Virginia Wallstrom 209 Spring Avenue Dramatic Club, Riding Club Our " gal Ginny” has the spe- cial ambition to go to Jackson. Memories of that wonderful sum- mer of her junior year will al- ways linger happily in " Ginny’s” mind. Joseph Leonard Walsh 34 Dartmouth Street " Joe” feels that twelve years of school is not enough to fully educate him, so he plans to go to Boston College. Playing golf and swimming are his favorite outside activities. Page Fifty-nine Joseph LeRoy Walsh 98 Harlow Street Cheer Leader Animated " Joe,” who certainly pepped up that football crowd, en- joys dancing, hockey, and beau- tiful girls. Remember, none of that at B. C. or Northeastern, " Joe”! Katharine E. Walsh 44 Warren Street " Kiffer,” a nurse-to-be, enjoys skating, swimming, and dancing. The football and hockey games will long stand out in her mem- ory, as will the ’44 Prom. Virginia I. Walsh 31 Oakland Avenue " Gini” will remember her studies in the library for a long time to come. She plans to en- ter a secretarial school after grad- uation. " More power to you, Gini’.” Walter Ward 6 Gray Circle " Wally” has the desire to go to the University of Maine. Rea- son? " Because it’s out of civiliza- tion.” His favorite sports are swimming and hunting. Preston Ware, Jr. 285 Gray Street Honor Roll First " Bud,” a great golfer, will nev- er forget Mr. Kapff’s or Mr. Eat- on ' s classes. ( Nor will they!) Al- ready acquainted with heavy con- struction, he is going to attend M. I. T. Irving Watts 1 1 Pine Street Likeable " Wattsie” wants to study printing at Wentworth. He enjoys reading and flying. His longest memories will be of those thumb tacks in Mr. Kapff’s third period class. Dorothy Lilly Waugh 227 Wachusett Avenue G. A. A., Riding Club, Fine Arts Club Blond " Duddy” wishes to fur- ther her education at Linden Hall Junior College. The travels her Spanish I class embarked on with Miss Warded will never be for- gotten. Paul Frederick Welch 76 Harlow Street Honor Roll, Hockey, Boys’ State Representative, Ski Club, Tennis " Vic,” our most ardent cheerer at the games, is going to attend Notre Dame to study podiatry. Queer chapeaux and " dancing with Bill Tanner” fascinate him. Priscilla R. Wells 146 Oakland Avenue Ci. A. A., Dramatic Club, Gilbert and Sullivan, Glee Club, Basket- ball, Honor Roll " Cill” plans to take up secre- tarial work, for as she says, " Who can have more fun?” She will al- ways remember those " informal discussions " in Mr. Wallace’s business organization class. Mary Welsh 152 Robbins Road Mary wants to be a nurse — another Florence Nightingale. Roller skating takes up most of her spare time and she will never forget Miss Peck’s English class. Judith Whitney 36 Henderson Street Gilbert and Sullivan " Judy " wants to attend Burdett College and become a stenogra- pher. Most of her spare time she spends dancing, swimming, and skating. Longest in her mind will be Mr. Wallace’s junior busi- ness organization class. William Frederick Whittier 223 Broadway Debating Club, Dramatic Club Treasurer, Pericleans " Whit” wants to enter Tufts Medical School. He says he will always remember Mr. Kapff’s sec- ond period trig class. Page Sixty Allison H. Whorf 34 Temple Street Cheer Leader, Dramatic Club, Forgotten Man, Student Council Two Years " Al” Whorf, well known man about school, would like to dabble in aeronautic engineering as his career. The Tobias boys will al- ways have a reserved seat in " Al ' s ' ' memory. Evelyn Wiggins 1447 Massachusetts Avenue Dramatic Club, Ski Club, Honor Roll " Ev " wants to attend Jackson College and her head must sure- ly be in the clouds for her ambi- tion is to become an airline stew- ardess. Elizabeth Wilson 35 Brand Street Field Hockey, Baseball, Glee Club Popular " Betty " has no special college in mind. She enjoys sports but likes to dance more than any- thing. She ' ll always remember Mr. Lowder’s advice. Carol Phyllis Wilton 68 Webcowet Road Honor Roll, Girls’ Swimming Carol’s ambition is to study so- cial work at Boston University ' s College of Liberal Arts. Swim- ming and bowling are her favor- ites and she will always recall gym. Page Sixty-one Ewing Wing 87 Grandview Road Ewing, who is going to the University of Maine, is quite an outdoor enthusiast. He will al- ways remember his sophomore math class with Mr. Warner. James Wing 87 Grandview Road " Jimmy” can’t wait for gradu- ation, after which he will attend Northeastern. At present, his fa- vorite pastime is swimming. Good luck, " Jimmy”! William Winrow 134 George Street " Bill " is going to attend Bur- den College and wants to be a certified public accountant. All sorts of snorting events take up his spare time. Alice Warwick Wood 23 Lincoln Street Honor Roll, Student Guest of Woman’s Club Clever Alice, who hopes to rep- resent Arlington High at Rad- cliffe next year, will never forget all the friends she made. We’ll not forget you either, Alice. Malcolm A. Yeaton 36 Lombard Terrace Cross Country, Winter Track., Spring Track " Mai,” a member of the C. A. P., will always remember Mr. Kapff ' s third period trig class. We all wish you good luck in engi- neering at Tufts, " Mai.’’ George Bell 1494 Massachusetts Avenue " Ding” has decided that the automobile business is the career for him. As a favorite outside hobby, " Ding’s” vote goes to hunting. Arthur A. Borselli, |r. 55 Highland Avenue " Junior” wants to study more about radio but still he wants ex- tra time to play cards. Miss Nash ' s sixth period class he will always remember. James M. Brooks 48 Harlow Street Chronicle, Band, Basketball " Jim” is headed towards M. I. T. to study aeronautical drafting and engineering. He enjoys ski- ing, dancing, and Mr. Skinner’s jokes. Robert Brown 69 Bartlett Avenue Handsome " Bob’s” only regret at A. H. S. was that he couldn’t find any girl classes. He enjoys football and swimming and will, without doubt, remember Room 28 longest. John Burke 33 Brooks Avenue " Red ' s " going into the restau- rant business to become a success at being his own boss. Enjoying all sports, he ' ll never forget his trouble and fun in high school. Barbara Lantz 194 Florence Avenue Barbara, an outstanding mem- ber of the Fine Arts Club, plans to enter the School of Practical Arts to which she has won a scholarship. Good luck, Barbara! Sally Burke 237 Appleton Street Orchestra, Glee Club, G. A. A., Music Club After graduation Sally will study nursing. She loves " good” music and will never forget her trip to New York while in the Music Club. Eleanor Costello 37 Allen Street As yet Eleanor hasn’t decided what her future ambition is go- ing to be. She loves to swim. Miss Jewett ' s biology class will long be a memory to her. Shirley Young 39 Kilsythe Road G. A. A., Girls’ Hockey Team, Girls’ Basketball, Girls’ Baseball, Riding Club Athletic Shirley’s favorite out- side activities are more sports, ice skating, and dancing. She plans to attend Simmons College. Long- est in her memory will be Mr. Sexton’s fourth period class. Elizabeth Cronin 19 Magnolia Street G. A. A. Popular " Betty” has the desire to become a telephone operator. Being late for Mr. Burke ' s classes will be what " Betty” remembers most about A. H. S. John Daley 25 Grove Street Quiet " Jack " will remember his graduation day the longest. The rest seems to be a deep, dark se- cret. How about it, " Jack”? Mary Femia 9 Magnolia Street Vivid in Mary’s memory will be the Junior Prom and the foot- ball games. She likes dancing and we know she’ll be a success at whatever she decides to do. John |. Casper 34 Teel Street " Blacky” hasn’t any definite plans for the future yet. He al- ways enjoyed the " Rec” dances, and will never forget the " swell gang” he met at A. H. S. Warren Ceary 16 Pelham Terrace Popular Warren is certainly a patriotic fellow. He left school for a second time last fall to enter the service. We know he will al- ways be as well-liked as he was here at A. H. S. Page Sixty-two David Holleman 100 Egerton Road Gilbert and Sullivan , Art Club " Dave,” talented in practically every line, plans to attend Massa- chusetts School of Art to become an art teacher. He enjoys foot- ball and the Gilbert and Sullivan. Eva L. Jefferson 186 Highland Avenue It ' s secretarial school for " Eve” because she likes to work in an office. She ' ll never forget her sophomore year. Skiing and skat- ing intrigue her. Jacqueline B. Kelly 16 West Court Terrace " Jackie,” who spends most of her time bowling, ice skating, and roller skating, greatly enjoyed her football games as a senior. She will never forget homeroom 25B. She hopes to become a clerical worker. Norine Kiniry 17 Osborne Ro ad Norine’s future will be centered around office work. She is a roller skating and ice skating en- thusiast and will never forget Miss Campbell ' s cooking class. Charlotte L. Knowlton 48 Huntington Road Tiny " Charlie” is going to Bur- dett to further her business edu- cation. " Charlie’s” quite an expert in music and loves entertaining servicemen with her fine musical talents. Dorothy Leary 85 Paul Revere Road Honor Roll, Tennis Team " Dottie’s” ambition is to be- come a medical secretary. She will long remember Mr. Thompson’s history class at A. H. S. Alvan Leavitt 18 Wesminster Avenue " Al,” always friendly with everyone, wants to study psychol- ogy at Northeastern. He will al- ways remember Mr. Eaton’s math classes. Francis Lyons 6 Lennon Road Francis is better known to all his friends as " Red.” Where we will find him next year he doesn ' t know. He will never forget that well-known third period aeronau- tics class. Philip Roy Lyons 17 Everett Street Patriotic Philip plans to join the United States Coast Guard at the end of school. He enjoyed the four years he spent at Arlington High. Lawrence MacNeill 17 Revere Street Football Football, hockey, and dancing occupy " Larry ' s” free time. He’s enlisted in the Army Air Corps, and we wish him the best of suc- cess in serving Uncle Sam. Louie Matarese 21 Winter Street " Gus” is going into the Ma- rines as soon as he finishes school. He says he’ll always remember all his teachers and especially Mr. Sampson’s junior math class. Caroline Mazzocca 998 Massachusetts Avenue Harp, Orchestra Talented Caroline, who plays the harp so beautifully in the or- chestra, enjoys horseback riding as an outside activity. Her future ca- reer is still undecided. Ceorge William McCurl 17 Central Street Mr. Skinner’s physics class will remain imprinted on " Gigi’s” memory for a long time to come. His favorite outside activities are football and baseball. Charles McLeman 44 Kilsythe Road Hockey " Mac,” who thrives on any- thing that relates to automobiles is going to M. I. T. He will nev- er forget the fun he had in auto mechanics, especially the day that B. Banks was teacher. Charles Mitchell 55 Paul Revere Road " Mitch " has enjoyed Mr. Samp- son’s math classes the most here at A. H. S. Outside of school he likes to ride horseback. James Murray 85 Irving Street Handsome " Jim” is going into engineering at M. 1. T. He en- joys hockey games and will re- member Mr. Thompson’s history class the longest. Robert O ' Brien 194 Lake Street Energetic " Bibs” will never be forgotten by any of his classmates, for his overwhelming personality has indeed shaken the foundations of A. H. S. We wish him the best of luck in the Coast Guard. Mary Frances O’Keefe 31 Highland Avenue Mr. Thompson’s afternoon ses- sions plus her visits to Mr. Mor- rill’s office will be remembered longest by Mary. She loves to spend her leisure hours riding and dancing. Page Sixty-three Warren Patten 38 Lombard Terrace " Bud” is now doing his bit for his country in the Merchant Ma- rine. We all wish him the best of luck and a successful return. John Pitko 174 Newport Street John’s future is a bit uncertain but at present he intends to ans- wer Uncle Sam’s call by joining the Navy. He will long remem- ber his numerous private inter- views with Mr. Morrill. Florence Pitts 47 Eliot Road Tennis " Sis” is headed for Wyndham, hoping to become a secretary. She enjoys ice skating, dancing, and hockey. She will long remember Mr. Burke’s jokes, Miss Taber’s homework, and the 1944 Thanks- giving game. Florence Powers 1 1 Lowell Street Next year we will find " Flos- sie” at St. Catherine Junior Col- lege. She enjoys winter sports and will always remember Miss Pennell’s class. Hugh Regan 110 Newport Street Football, Hockey The Navy calls our popular center " Reeg.” He likes to sleep and play pool at J. Cusolito’s. He ' ll never forget the A. H. S. football games. William Robinson 1055 Massachusetts Avenue " Bill” enjoys all sorts of sports. He ' ll always remember Miss Peck’s class in junior English and the job he had passing. Richard F. Shea 42 Lakehill Avenue The Coast Guard will be the next stop for " Rich.” He says he’ll never forget his four years at A. H. S. Were they that mem- orable, " Rich”? Norma Tupper 10 Trowbridge Street Norma has not yet decided on her future career. She enjoys spending her leisure time skating and we wish her luck in what- ever she decides to do. I Through the Years The big clay had finally arrived! We were to enter our last phase of public schooling, the common meeting ground of all our youth of the town, the high school. Our football defeat was soon compen- sated for, because both our hockey and baseball teams brought wide athletic ac- claim to A. H. S. It was a rainy, dismal day in September, 1942, when we, the first class of World War II, entered Arlington High School. The new assembly hall was promptly filled with the new and slightly bewildered class of 1945. However, after a comforting and encouraging welcome from Mr. Gam- mons, our new principal, we felt more at ease. Many of us will never forget our first day spent as sophomores. After a week or two of groping our way through the maze of corridors (and with no help from the sophisticated seniors, either! ) we, the humble and ridiculed sophomores finally settled down to diligent school work, and found ourselves gradually getting into the swing of high school life. As sophomores, our first Thanksgiving Day football game was rather disappoint- ing, for after travelling to Melrose to play on a muddy field, our persevering team was defeated by one touchdown. In the theatrical view that year, the Dra- matic Club presented a series of one-act plays, while the Gilbert and Sullivan Club presented the popular operetta, lolanthe. Both of these productions, thanks to the Page Sixty-five efforts of both the pupils and faculty in- volved, were great successes. Something new had been added to the school during the summer of our sopho- more year. This improvement to the school was a loud speaker system which connected all the rooms. This system has proved almost indispensable to the smooth running of school affairs. In June, after a year of both hard work and fun, we were faced with the widely dis- cussed " Finals.” This was a new adven- ture for us, and we anticipated the worst. However, much to our surprise, we didn’t find the exams so difficult as the current report had them. After the summer vacation, we found ourselves again at the portals of A. H. S., this time as juniors, the " in-betweeners.” Our Thanksgiving Day was rather un- happy, for our boys were once again de- feated despite their brilliant attempts. Junior Miss, the popular comedy, was ably presented by talented members of the Dramatic Club. Through the efforts of all concerned, this production was both a great financial and dramatic success. In place of the customary operetta, the Gil- bert and Sullivan Club presented very en- tertaining variety show, The Blue Star Broadcast. Talented members of each class contributed to make th ' s presentation a success. Our school paper, The Chronicle, in or- der to conserve paper and materials, has become more compact and has expanded from three to five columns. In April, something very new and dif- ferent entered our school life. The " Rec,” as we fondly call it, is a club exclusively for members of A. H. S., which presents weekly dances. The " Rec,” which is run I by a senior and junior committee, has be- come immensely popular and now consti- tutes a definite part of our school life. On May 12, we held our annual Junior Prom, one of the biggest events of the jun- ior year. The weather was clear, the mu- sic perfect, and all who attended appeared to enjoy themselves immensely. We have the junior members of the Student Council to thank for their expert planning and exe- cution. In September, we held the elections for class officers. After much discussion, the final winners were: Jack Twitched, as President; Priscilla Martin, as Vice-Presi- dent; Anita Palmer, as Secretary; and Da- vid Starkey, as Treasurer. At our last Thanksgiving Day game as members of A. H. S., we saw our valiant football team brilliantly defeat our rival, Melrose. We Arlingtonians had some- thing else to be thankful for on that day! Once again we met the dreaded Final Exams, but when they were over, all jun- iors heaved a sigh of relief for these were our last Finals. After a wonderful summer vacation (how short it seemed! ) we again returned to Arlington High School. We were now the respected " mighty seniors,” but we felt no different than before. For the past three years, the members of the Student Council have taken care of the sale of War Bonds and Stamps at A. H. S. Our annual auction for the benefit of War Bonds and Stamps was the greatest success this year. Patriotic students raised $4,000 in bidding for the lost and found box, such valuables as a pound of butter and carton of cigarettes, and many other articles donated by stores and individuals. Page Sixty-seven Soon, we will be graduating from high school. Through the years we have spent here, we have known both work and play, and we will always cherish the precious memories of our high school days. In the future, some of us will go on to further education, others will venture into the busi- ness world, and most of our boys will enter the service of our country. Regardless of the task, we must strive to do our best, through the application of the knowledge All at once, those activities that belong exclusively to the seniors began. Seniors rushed to have their photographs taken at the class photographer, Waid’s Studio. Soon afterwards the enthusiastic exchange of pictures began. The class rings were ordered from the class jeweler, Loren Murchison. The Year Book Committee was ap- pointed, and the task of assembling the year book began. In rehearsal, at the present, are the Gil- bert and Sullivan’s production of The Pi- rates of Penzance, and the Dramatic Club’s presentation of Jane Austen’s classic. Pride and Prejudice. Many of our talented sen- iors besides other classmen are working earnestly to insure success for these produc- tions. At the time of this writing, the two big- gest events of the senior year, the Senior Prom and Graduation, are still in the fu- ture. and experience which we have gained here. For it is our duty, the high school stu- dents of today, to lay the cornerstone of a peaceful and prosperous tomorrow. Taube Gargill. ’ 45 . Page Sixty-eight Page Sixty-nine Who ' s Jack Twitchell Who Priscilla Martin Most Popular Jack Twitchell Anita Palmer Most Athletic Richard Gleason Marion Fife Best Actor Charles Raffi Most Musical Robert Sullivan Jacqueline Miller Wittiest Robert O’Brien Sally Rooney Best Dancer Robert Eilertson Margaret Rosenberger Page Seventy Charlotte Knowlton Most Bashful John Magnuson Dorothy McDevitt Most Attractive Dave Starkey Virginia Wallstrom Most Talkative Bib O ' Brien Bobette Jenkins Best Dressed Robert Anderson Priscilla Morison Most Artistic Robert Engman Anna May Bundegarcl Best Orator John Lamplough Betty Sherman Class Song Zt— p. ' r 1 • r= v • — 4 r m j 71 LF K LZ ■ 2 — — i i a — « ... i h -1 1 In th • j world path in w • c that we are facin ade clear be- fore - 3 H g , We ' v ua By tt I s an 1 le tc mf, y- » • ionor to up- h rch of liber- t old. 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( [ h U- i » L nr = i r 1 | 1 »■ » i zy p 7 b i r | [ ft t f TL7 p i 5 « ► L a — P 3 ] t r b- U- 1 f • • 1 ft A ' a x 5 — 1 P ?a k ( 1 • l« ft r r r r g I V —J—b 1 i ! a 1 i 1 : • _ a : W Page Seventy-two rm nmi n-LLl " mil Page Seventy-three First Row (left to right) : B. Sherman, M. Polimeni, R. Gnecco, N. Casey. N. Semonian. Second Row (left to right) : E. Cooper, D. Cooper, F. Kord, J. Morrison. C. Richardson, N. Greene. Third Row (left to right) : J. Kelleher, A. Jacobson, C. Raffi, T. Gargill. Year Book Committee Page Seventy-four First Rcw (left to right) : P. Arthur, L. Fuller, R. Nash, J. Lamplough, A. Palmer, C. Raffi. M. Morrill. Second Row (left to right) : P. Peters, Mrs. M-offatt, E. Hart, .J. Da»nton, P. Martin, A. Hooton. C. Harris, W. Cavalieri. Third Row (left to right) : A. Whorf, R. Anderson, D. Starkey, V. Ciampa, R. .Jacobson. Student Council Representing the student body, and transmitting their desires and sugges- tions to the faculty, the Student Council plays an important part in the main- taining of an efficient school routine. The members of this board represent the three classes of students at the school, and are elected by the pupils in their respective years. In the fall the candidates for this office are announced, and a general election by ballot follows shortly after. With the war the duties of the council have increased considerably, and one of the most important jobs to come out of it is the sales of stamps and bonds. Booths have been erected in the main corridors of the school, and at specified times members of the council are present to sell the stamps and bonds to the stu- dents. Recently an auction was sponsored by the council which was not only a great success, but also a lot of fun. Articles donated by well-known merchants of the town were auctioned off to the highest bidder, who not only received the object, but also received the amount he put up in the form of stamps and bonds. The council must set the laws for behavior at the Proms, and as they are students themselves representing their fellow students, the arrangement is satisfactory to all Those who are elected to this office may consider it an honor to serve on a council of their fellow students, and to combine with the faculty to maintain a smooth running program approved by the members of the teaching staff as well as the members of the student body. Page Seventy-five First Row (left to right) : Miss O’Connell, J. Morrison, J. Crowley, R. Hamilton, Mr. Campbell. Second Row (left to right) : V. Leahy, M. Alexander, T. Azarian. A. Skenian. The Chronicle One of the most interesting and educational activities to be found in the extra-curricula program at A. H. S. is the publication of the school paper, The Chronicle. The members of the staff, with the invaluable assistance of Miss Mary M. O’Connell, the editorial adviser, and Mr. Charles R. Campbell, the financial adviser, take responsibility of the publishing and managing of the pa- per, which covers the events of the high school. The Chronicle is the means by which the students are kept infor med about the current and social events which are a part of the school routine. Special staffs are organized to cover seasonal sports, latest books, and the best records as they come out. Many of the boys who have left for the service are able to keep in touch with home through the copies of The Chronicle, which are sent to them each month. The paper keeps an up-to-date list of the boys who have left, and a column is devoted to service news in every issue. Responsible for the many splendid editorials appearing in this year’s paper is Editor John Crowley. Other competent members of the official staff are Martin Alexander, Virginia Leahy, Thomas Azarian, and Richard Hamilton. Among the senior contributors are Jack O’Sullivan, Anna May Bundegard, Mary Schwam, Marguerite Girardani, John Brennan, and Jean Morrison. The school paper offers anyone interested in journalism valuable experi- ence along with all the interest and fun that is sure to be found in reporting for the school paper. An annual banquet is held each year for the members, at which time sug- gestions are offered for the improvement of the paper for the next year. Page Seventy-six First Roiv (left to right) : J. Kelleher, W. Whittier, J. Begley, C. Raffi, J. Loud, A. Philbrick, N. Ginder. Second Row (left to right) : Mrs. Helen Matthews, Director; C. LoCascio, N. Semonian, N. Casey. W. Pat- ton, V. Wallstrom, A. Whorf, E. Lambertson, B. Sherman. Third Row (left to right) : C. Williams, W. Cavalieri, A. Scott, R. Connor, P. Anderson, M. Armstrong, L. Wilkshire. Dramatic Club Enjoying the reputation of being the largest and most popular in the school, this club has gained much favorable publicity as a result of the play which it presents each year. Junior Miss, a sparkling comedy which was presented last year, played to a full house. Among the members of last year’s cast who will graduate this year are Carol LoCascio, Walter Creedon, John Spadaro, and Joseph Clancy. It has been the policy of the club to present a different type of play each year, and this year a dramatization of the novel by fane Austen has been chosen. Pride and Prejudice, a nineteenth century costume play, is well under way. The senior members of the cast include Carol LoCascio, Virginia Walstrom, Elizabeth Sherman, Nancy Semonian, William Patton, Allison Whorf, Eleanor Lambertson, and Norinne Casey. These plays are produced, directed, and staged by the members themselves, under the capable guidance of Mrs. Helen F. Matthews, assisted by Mrs. Jean Hoyt and Mrs. Gladys Farwell. Each member is given the opportunity to par- ticipate in the production, whether acting, directing, or staging. Among the many advantages this club offers is valuable training in speech, posture, and poise. Impromptu plays and entertainments are presented at the regular meet- ings. The elected officers preside at that time, and the secretary’s report is read. The club is planning to sponsor a social dance later on in the year, and the committee making the arrangements is headed by Eleanor Markley. The club is also planning to participate in the annual Massachusetts Drama Festival in May. Page Seventy-seven First Row (left to right) : H. Najarian, P. Wells, R. Sullivan, F. Joseph, Mr. Einzig. Second Row (left to right) : B. Sweet, M. Sweeney, A. McCarthy, N. Semonian, B. Sullivan, C. Senter. Third Row (left to right) : P. Morison, J. Kimball, G. Todd, D. LeBrasseur, B. A. McCarty. Gilbert and Sullivan The success of the operettas put on each year by the members of this club has become well known to everyone connected with the high school. When- ever the date is announced for these productions, people have always shown in- terest in their activities by turning out in large numbers and were repaid for their encouragement by an evening’s entertainment which they enjoyed very much. Last year the club changed its usual procedure of producing an operetta and put on a variety show called " The Blue Star Broadcast,” that was sparked with talent and comedy. This year they intend to put on an operetta entitled " The Pirates of Penzance.” They are indeed lucky in that they have among them two very fine singers in Jacqueline Miller and David Holleman. Among the other senior leads are Robert L. Sullivan, Arthur Myers, and Katherine Quinn. Among the underclassmen are David McGavern, Lorraine Poole, and Paul Dickey. Mr. L. Hassler Einzig, who coaches all the members, and helps to put the operetta together, has announced the date of the play to be in the early part of April. The members are glad to devote their time and energies to put forth some- thing that will increase the reputation of the club, and also because of the en- joyment and pleasure that they derive from singing together as a group. Page Seventy-eight First Row (left to right) : Wm. O’Brien. C. Florencourt, L. Burt. A.. Palmer, R. Carey. Second Row (left to right) : J. Begley, J. Loud. B. Gilloglie. B. Cooper, C. LoCascio, Mr. Sexton. Third Row (left to right) : M. Princiotta, J. Lamplough, N. Casey, A. Jacobson, W. Whittier, C. Rath, J. Collins. Debating Club The Debating Club offers many students interested in discussing such top- ics as current events, both national and international, as well as subjects of local interest, an opportunity to present their opinions before a forum of their fellow students. In addition, debates are arranged by members who are chosen to present their views. After the debate, each speaker is judged on the points he has established and his understanding of the subject under discussion. Finally, a question and answer period is participated in by all members of the club. Varsity debates between Arlington and other high schools are arranged by Mr. John Sexton, faculty adviser, and the challenges of several schools have been accepted. The officers for the current year were elected at the beginning of the sea- son, and preside over the meetings. As in the past, the Debating Club activities will be climaxed by an annual banquet and dance in May. Page Seventy -nine First Row (left to right) : B. Basse, D. Wickwire, B. Wilson; J. Miller, President; H. Najarian, Accom- panist; B. iSweet. Second Row (left to right) : P. Carboni, F. Joseph, B. Coyle, F. Powers, J. Begley, Miss Wardell. E. Penny. Third Row (left to right) : L. Brouillette, J. Chambers, B. Gilloglie, J. Kimball, P. Wells, J. Porter, C. Baker. Girls’ Glee Club An organization from which many students derive a great deal of pleasure is the Glee Club. The requirements necessary to become a member are simply the ability to read music and to carry a tune. The members, seventy in all, provide entertain- ment each year for the P. T. A. meetings, assemblies, school affairs, as well as putting on an annual evening concert in the spring. Prior to the war, the club participated in the annual Musical Festival and carried off first honors in all New England. President of the dub is Jacqueline Miller, who possesses the most beautiful soprano voice in the school. Music can be a great deal of fun, and the girls certainly gain much enjoyment from the club, as well as valuable instruction in music appreciation through the efforts of their talented teacher, Miss Ethelwvn Wardell, who has done an excellent job in combining the members to form a very pleasing choral group. One of the most enjoyable events is the yearly Christmas party, at which time the members get together for a real celebration. Page Eighty Orchestra Violins Phyllis Wyman, Concert Mistress Marguerite Cunningham Muriel England Norma Gallerani Paul Henrickson Norman MacNeil Evelyn Miller Florence Ochs Florence Seaver Martha Shepard Barbara Walker Rose Wolohojian ' Cellos Georgina Cunningham Claire Ham Jane McCarthy String Bass Jean Crosby Catherine Florencourt Norman Wilson Flute Arthur Foye Page Eighty -one Clarinets Fawrence Burt Rita Hannah Barbara Fake Saxophones John Fahnley Salvatore Truscello T rum pets Thomas Cerulli Caryl Magnus Richard Sherman Robert L. Sullivan T rombone Mary O ' Neill Drums James Hanlon Piano Helen Najarian Jane Swett First How (left to right) : Miss Wakefield. J. Lamplough, B. Sherman, E. Sennott, J. Begley. Second Row (left to right) : N. Semonian, A. Publicover, J. Sexton, C. Florencourt, J. Loud, V. Sandborg. M. Prirci- olta. Third Row (left to right) : M. Regan, W. Whittier, W. O’Brien, A. Jacobson, B. Gilloglie. Periclean Forum The desire to discuss and argue questions of current interest is an accepted American characteristic. The Periclean Forum gives the students an opportu- nity to present their views on any subjects of current interest. Members of the club are availing themselves of the opportunity to apply the fundamentals of public speaking by taking part in the discussions. They learn to cure them- selves of self-consciousness and to perfect their diction, as well as to present their views in the best possible light. Meetings are held Monday afternoons in the library of the school. Sub- jects covering a wide range are discussed and much enthusiasm and interest is shown. Recently the club was represented on the Junior Forum meeting of the air. In December, John Lamplough, representing the Forum, spoke over sta- tion WBZ. Aside from the many advantages gained by panel discussions, members learn to consider one another’s point of view, and to present and discuss prob- lems intelligently. This will be an invaluable asset in future life. Page Eighty-two First Row (left to right) : Mr. Kenney, H. Safgren, W. Patton, V. Gunter, D. Holleman. Second Row (left to right) : C. LoCascio, J. Begley, A. M. Bundegard, L. McGorty, P. Horan, M. Campbell. Third Row (left to right) : D. Waugh, T. Gargill, J. Daly, C. Deacon, L. Stimson, B. Lantz. Fine Arts Club Most pupils who take the art course in school tend to like a particular type of art, such as figure composition, portrait painting, story illustration, creative design, and other types. However, class time is limited and, therefore, does not permit both the scheduled problems and special ones. To stimulate the crea- tive mind, the Art Club was organized to permit freedom of choice of subject and medium. Students who enjoy art may exercise their talents in which ever directions they may choose. They are free to decide whether theit medium will be water color, art paint, pastels, pencil, or pen; and the subjects are of their own liking. In addition to this, the length of time for art work is not limited. The club is purely informal, having no presiding officers or dues. In view of these facts, boys and girls have realized what an excellent opportunity the Art Club provides for self-expression, and they have considered it both a popular and a successful organization. This has been made possible only through the ardent efforts and under the excellent supervision of Mr. Kenny. Page Eighty-three First Row (left to right) : M. Everett, C. Williams J. Juffre, F. Joseph, C. Harris, O. Munroe. Second Row (left to right) : A. Whorf, W. Patton, R. Dillon, J. R. Walsh, Head Cheer Leader. Cheer Leaders J. R. Walsh, Head Cheer Leader M Everett J. Juffre C. Williams F. Joseph C. Harris O. Munroe A. Whorf W Patton R. Dillon Page Eighty-fou ' , First Row (left to right) : Miss McCarty; C. Fraser, Treasurer; A. Hooton, Secretary; M. Fife, President; P. Collins, Vice-President; M. Pacheco, Miss O ' Neill. Second Roiv (left to right) : D. Waugh, P. Horan, M. Donaldson, A. Ward, M. Cunningham, V. Healy, J. Kelleher, P. Sullivan, H. Lavery. Third Row (left to right) : A. McCarthy, F. Fitzpatrick, J. Flynn, G. Gustafson, S. Young, N. Sweeney, B. Sullivan. G. A. A. The Girls’ Athletic Association has enjoyed a very successful year under the capable leadership of their President, Marion Fife. Their activities for the year included the support of the field hockey team, the sponsoring of two football rallies, three Field Days, and monthly entertainment. In November, they held an Initiation Party. This was combined with a belated Flallowe’en Party. December brought a bowling party, January a ping-pong tournament, February an amateur show, and May an outing. Besides these for entertainment, every year the G. A. A. holds three Field Days. At these there are interclass games. The fall Field Day was held in November when the sophomore, junior, and senior teams played each other in soccer and field hockey. March brought the winter Field Day and the teams played basketball and volleyball. The spring Field Day was held early in June and included baseball, badminton, tennis, and horseshoes. During the course of each year every member tries to get as many points as possible. At the assembly in June the ten girls having the highest number of points are awarded the G. A. A. shield. The member who receives the most points has her name engraved on the G. A. A. plaque. The officers elected for this year were as president, Marion Fife; vice-presi- dent, Pat Collins; secretary, Alice Hooton; treasurer, Carol Fraser. The senior board members were Margaret Pacheco and Helen Lavery. Page Eighty -six First Row (left to right) : S. Spofford, S. Young; A. Hooton, Captain; M. Fife. M. McNaney. Second Row (left to right) : Miss McCarty, P. Bartholomew, J. Sweeney; N. Sweeney. Manager. Girls’ Basketball Because of our increased sports program there have been more candidates for squad basketball this year than we have had for years. Many of the candi- dates, coming as they do from the basketball classes, give Miss McCarty very excellent material to choose from. The girls themselves take their game quite seriously and practice many hours in the girls’ gym after school. The squad this year is captained by Alice Hooton. She, with her running mate since their games in Junior High East, Marion Fife, is fierce opposition to any team. They, with Midge McNaney, compose the starting line. A further threat are the guards, Shirley Young, Pauline Bartholomew, and Sally Spofford. A sophomore, Jean Sweeney, shows great promise. With these ex- cellent players the team should have little trouble with their eight game sched- ule. Page Eighty-seven First. Roiv (left to right) : R. Vokey, A. Hooton ; M. Fife, Captain; D. Bergstrom, Captain-elect ; D. Mene- zes, S. Young. Second Row (left to right) : P. Collins; P. Morison, Manager; S. Spofford ; Miss McCarty, Coach; A. Clancy. Third Row (left to right) : C. Fraser, P. Bartholomew, M. McNaney, M. Pacheco. Field Hockey The Arlington High School girls’ field hockey team has had a highly suc- cessful season. This sport, with its fast moving action, has intrigued girls from all classes of the school. This can be well understood if we consider the ex- citement of participating in such a game as the one we played with Winchester. At this most exciting game, Arlington sneaked from behind a 2-0 deficit at the half, to win the game finally 3-2. On surveying the record, we find only one game lost, two won and three tied. Starring in these games are Captain Marion Fife and her running mate, Alice Hooton, Shirley Young, Pauline Bartholomew, Margaret Pacheco, Ruth Vokey, Priscilla Morison, not to mention the senior members of the squad. The girls worked very hard and deserve some sort of credit. Page Eighty-eight First Row (left to right) : B. Moxon, Manager: N. Sweeney, E. Judge, E. Kelley. Second Row (left to right) : P. Finlay, Miss O’Neill, S. Couch, K. Flanagan. Riding Club Had they a kingdom, there is no doubt that Arlington High Riding Club members would have sooner relinquished it than their weekly jaunts at Martin’s Riding Academy in Medford this fall. These trips have been highly successful. Two classes, one for beginners and another for advanced riders, give everyone an opportunity. Beginners soon find, often painfully, that there is more to this sport than merely sitting on the horse. They marvelled at the dexterity of their more advanced schoolmates who trotted, cantered, and even galloped along the beautifully cool wooded trails. As weeks passed, however, all our amateur horsewomen became even more enthusiastic about this sport. " It sort of gets into your blood,” they would try to explain to the sympathetic attendant, as they came back week after week for more. He understood. Page Eighty -nine First Roiv (left to right) : S. Burke, S. Young, R. Vokey, R. Belanger, M. Pacheco, C. Fraser. Second How (left to right) : Miss McCarty, P. Collins, A. Fitzmaurice, M. McNaney, M. Donaldson, J. Welsh. Girls’ Softball Interest in softball as an individual game, rather than a substitute for base- ball, marks the keynote of the 1945 season. As a matter of fact, since the in- auguration of softball rather than baseball for girls there has been a revival in interest in this entire section of the country. Where at one time we might have difficulty attaining enough opponents we have now a full schedule includ- ing games with Medford, Somerville, Lexington, Belmont, Melrose, and Cam- bridge. Our team is at present the most promising in years. Captain Ruth Vokey pitches. She has the support of such veterans as Shirley Young, Sally Burke, Ruth Belanger, and Margaret Pacheco, all seniors from last year’s team. " Batter UP.” Page Ninety Left to Right: Miss O ' Neill, J. Carens, M. Maxim. M. Fife, A. Clancy. Girls’ Tennis White clad figures on the tennis court are much too occupied with a pro- longed rally to notice the hot summer sun, smiling contentedly upon them. We hear the cry of " Deuce,” then as a final burst of energy forces the ball far from the opponent’s reach, " That’s your game.” Victor and Vanquished shake hands over the net. Picturing such a sport as this one can understand the popularity of tennis in Arlington High School. This year Marion Fife is the only senior member of the squad. She will have the support, however, of veterans Audrey Clancy, Jane Carens, Margery Maxim, and some perhaps yet undiscovered talent. At any rate the girls’ tennis team looks forward to a very exciting season. The team, consisting of three singles and two doubles, meets rival players from Lex- ington, Winchester, Medford, Concord, and there is the anticipated Belmont Tournament. Page Ninety-one First Row (left to right) : Manager McNally, Muello, Carroll, Sullivan, Raia, Manager Hoeppner. Second Row (left to right) : Lavery, Twitchell, Ring, Starkey, Cusolito. Gleason, Mahoney, Kent, Mansfield, Por- zio, Turnbull. Third Row (left to right) ' : Coach Toczylowski, Faulkner, Azarian, Sola, Sennott, Fife, Re- gan, Chase, Alt, Hayes, Wells, Caramanis, Assistant Coach Cavalieri. Fourth Row (left to right) : Ciampa, Coffey, Bergstrom, Foster, Donnelly, Coveney, Dunham, Cashman, Mothervvay, Sackos, Hamilton. Boys’ Football With a great burst of energy and newly found talent, Arlington’s Red and Gray warriors during the latter half of the football season gave us a team to cheer about. After losing a heart breaker to Chelsea, the boys won two straight over Weymouth and Medford. Then they finished the season in grand style with a victory over our traditional Thanksgiving Day rival. The stone-wall line, together with the efficient backs, refusing to allow Melrose to score at any time, won 13-0. This game was the highlight of the year, as up to that time Arlington with a very green team and under new coaches had defeated only Malden Catholic. Four hard fought games had been won by Newton, Leomin- ster, Waltham, and Malden. Main bulwarks of the team were Captain Dick Gleason, Hugh Regan, Jack Cusolito, Bob Ring, Tommy Azarian, Charles Chase, and Allen Mansfield. Rounding out the team and showing great promise for next year were Brud Faulkner, Bob Lavery, Edmund Mahoney, Joe Porzio, and Charlie Kent. Coach Toczylowski and Coach Cavalieri earned great praise in their first year at Arlington. Next year’s chances are bright, as the team will have some veterans and will get off to an early start. Page Ninety-two First Row (left to right) : K. Wells, D. Sennott, W. Coveney, J. MacCutcheon, R. Downing, C. McLeman, R. Hardin. Second Row (left to right) : J. Collins, C. Donahue, M. Robertson, Manager Myers, Manager Chenoweth, D. Reycroft. Third Row (left to right) : Coach Burke, P. Mason, D. Lees, C. Taylor, J. Fife. Boys’ Hockey Arlington High’s hockey sextet was a great playmaking team. Coach " Ed” Burke organized and directed a very well-balanced team that credits most of its success to its teamwork. There were no outstanding stars, largely because there were only three veterans from last year. Outstanding play was shown by Kenny Wells and Richard Hardin, both goalies. The other veteran, Hugh Regan, was paired with Charlie McLeman on defense. The first line was composed of Don Sennott, left wing. Bill Coveney, pivot man, and James Mac- Cutcheon, right wing. The second line had Dave Reycroft, right wing, Paul Mason, center, and Joe Collins, left wing, with Charles Donahue as all around relief man. Backing them up were James Fife and Richard Downing on de- fense. An outstanding feature of the hockey season was the mimeograph sport- grams that Mr. Burke sent out after each game to numerous graduates of Arling- ton High, who were stationed on battlefronts the world over. This friendly gesture resulted in many appreciative and interesting letters from the boys o n Arlington’s " first team.” Page Ninety-three First Row (left to right) : B. Alt, W. Donnelly. N. Sack os, T. Hoeppner, B. O’Neill. Second Row (left to right) : C. Kent, B. Faulkner, V. Ciampa, B. Motherway, J. Keohane, H. Bertlami, B. MacNally, Manager. Boys’ Basketball This year’s Arlington High School hoopsters played twelve very skillful and exciting games. Under the able guidance of Coach " Hank” Toczylowski and Coach Jim Cavalier i they developed into a team with plenty of fight. The team was composed of Robert O’Neill and Robert Alt, forwards, Walter Don- nelly, center, and Nelson Hoeppner and Nick Sackos, defending the basket. Outstanding relief men were Paul Motherway, Vincent Ciampa, Richard Ham- ilton, Alvin Hamilton, Charley Kent, and Alvard Pires. Our gym echoed with cheers during the months of January and February when Arlington played one home game with each of the following schools: Cambridge Latin, Waltham, Rindge, Newton, Watertown, and Brookline. The other interesting games were return games in the high schools of our opponents. Page Ninety-four First Row (left to right) : G. Minot, R. Ring, J. Twitchell, R. Fermoyle, W. McNally, R. Robinson. Second Row (left to right) : J. Porzio, P. Hendrickson, R. Noy, J. Bowell, R. Teel, R. Lavery, A. Sullivan. Third Row (left to right) : S. Olson, R. Kramer, C. Bergstrom, A. Dunk. Track With an excellent turnout of candidates, " Doc” McCarty put his usual victorious team into the top section of schoolboy " tracksters.” There were in- spiring meets with Melford, Somerville, Brookline, Weymouth, and Huntington. Then they topped off a good season by putting themselves well out in front at both the Northeastern Interscholastics and the State meet. Jack Twitchell, as captain, again showed his superiority on the boards. Dick Gleason, Richard Fermoyle, John Bcrgner, Arthur Myers, and George Minot were in the forefront most of the time. Richard Teel and Dick Kramer, together with the Starkey brothers, were the high jumpers. The " flying” juniors and sophomores indicated that next year will also be a great one for Arlington track. Page Ninety-five First Row (left to right) : W. Boone, A. Myers, R. Fermoyle, J. Powell. Second Row (left to right) : P. Arthur, A. Sullivan, D. Reycroft. Cross Country The " hill and dalers,” under their veteran coach, " Doc” McCarty, had a great season. They defeated Weymouth High, Everett Vocational, and Brook- line High, and had only a loss to Exeter as the single blot on a great record. Arlington High’s harriers then went on to place second in the State meet. Captain Davy Reycroft did a magnificent job, placing fourth in the state championship. This promises a great future for him next year when he will again be captain. Richard Fermoyle and Arthur Myers earned glory for the seniors. John Powell and Walter Boone, both juniors, together with Philip Collins, a sophomore, will be the backbone of a great team next year. Throughout the season Arthur Sullivan proved to be an efficient manager. 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