Arlington High School - Indian Yearbook (Arlington, MA)

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Junior High East Junior High West We dedicate our yearbook to the parents ; teachers ; ; those whose efforts have made possible the education and enjoyment of our high school careers. FOREWORD Our time is a turbulent one. Constant friction disturbs the world of the twen- CONTENTS tieth century, and our God-given freedom is cruelly curtailed in large areas of our world. It has been our happy lot, how- ever, to receive our training and educa- • Administration tion in a land where freedom is revered as an essential basis of society. Now, as we are at the threshold of our personal futures, we must assume our obligation • Seniors to cherish and perpetuate our basic free- doms wdiich ensure to every individual personal, spiritual, and intellectual free- dom of choice. • Athletics • Activities A 2 The Senior Class Presents MARTHA S. MOFFATT Last year, because of the retirement of Mrs. Martha S. Moffatt, our student body and faculty lost the serv- ice of a distinguished and respected friend. Mrs. Moffatt was not only a teacher of history, the Dean of Girls, and the advisor for the student council but also a valuable friend with a true interest in countless stu- dents. For many years, she bore the heavy responsibil- ity of directing the publication of our school yearbook. In leaving our high school, Mrs. Moffatt has not en- tirely left the teaching profession; she has accepted a position for a short period in a southern college. We shall always remember her kindness, patience, and wisdom; and most of all we are grateful for her diligence in developing the social attitudes of all her students. VERONICA F. HARRY When Miss Barry retired in the spring of 1056 after many years of faithful service at Arlington High School, all of us who were fortunate enough to have had her for a teacher felt a deep loss. Her dynamic presentations kept us ever alert and eager to learn. Miss Barry’s ex- tensive cultural background enlivened many a class and assisted in broadening our cultural horizons. Far more than a language was taught in her French classes. We learned a whole way of life. Nor was M iss Barry inter- ested only in our intellectual progress; for several sea- sons, she supervised the girls’ bowling teams, an activ- ity which provided plenty of exercise and fun for everyone. We have missed Miss Barry, and we shall remember her lessons. 4 IN MEMORIAM JUDITH SCOTT DAVIES ir greater is your reward on this our graduation day. 5 ADMINIS 6 Theresa B. Binnig Dean of Girls CHARLES H. DOWNS Principal It is always a particular pleasure to convey a message of good wishes to the Graduating Class. The Class of 1957 has made an excellent scholastic record, es- tablished time after time its ability to meet a challenge and maintained a fine attitude of loyal support to the school administration. May success and attain- ment of the highest hopes in the many ventures that may be attempted be real- ized by each and every member of the Class. TRATION 7 Gerard G. Kemp Assistant Principal mm mm pi BP , ' l i f . ' ■ i A Guy A. Petralia Assistant Principal 7 LANGUAG E I) E PA RTMENT Guy A. Petrnlia, Head of Department; Grace R. Jerardi; Bessie B. Bailey; Roy S. Bradbury GUIDANCE E. Christine Norwood SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Richard L. Miller; Joseph C. Paige; Dorothy Rounds; Raymond S. Kroll; Charles W. Skinner; Gerard G. Kemp, Head of Department MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT FRONT ROW: Douglass L. Eaton, Head of Department. BACK ROW; James Cav- alieri; John S. Sampson; George R. S. von Kapff; William Kearns; Elmer E. Barber HISTORY DEPARTMENT George Lowder; Leslie H. Barrett; Carl A. Johnson, Head of Department; Perley H. Thompson; George F. Fusco DEPARTMENT Ellen B. Fitzpatrick , Director Mary F. Barry COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT FRONT ROM : Glenna Kelly; Theresa B. Binnig; W. Ilay Burke, Head of Department; Mary Louise Miller; Mary N. Thompson. BACK ROW: James J. Toner; Henry M. Toczylowski; William T. Gibbs; Russell S. Wallace; II. Russell Albro; Edith W. Phinnev ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FRONT ROW: Mary E. Donovan; Lena Manning; George A. Lincoln, Head of Department; Arline Dow; Mary M. O’Connell. BACK ROW: Grace A. Rich- mond; Ann P. Crowley; Agnes C. Bray; Roy S. Bradbury; Alexandria Krastin; Elizabeth W. Sampson; Ann Couser GIRLS’ PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Barbara Edgett; Katherine E. McCarty, Supervisor, Girls ' Physical Education; Nancy L. Anderson Gladys C. Hartwig Secretary MANUAL ARTS DEPARTMENT Howard E. Danforth; Charles Fagone; Laurence P. Arthur; Sydney J. Sandberger LATIN INSTRUCTORS Mary E. Donovan; Dorothy Rounds HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Effie G. McEwen; Florence E. Forsyth; May E. Campbell, Super- visor, Home Economics Department; Josephine T. Lee VOCATIONAL SCHOOL FRONT ROW: James I. Terranova; Marian F. McGrath, Secretary; Harry J. Patter- son, Director; William J. Doherty; Francis V. Kirk. BACK ROW: William V. Delaney; Norman R. Jacobsen; Edmund J. Lewis; Malcolm L. Allen; Walter C. Verney Joan L. Darcy Assistant Secretary Margaret A. Downey Guidance Secretary 11 Bernardine C. Buzzell Secretary to Assistant Superintendent Grace M. Stafford Secretary to Superintendent Kathleen F. Whalen, Head Accountant and Bookkeeper; Anna W. Thompson, Assist- ant to Bookkeeper lvian D. Falonej Switchboard -ii - • ' Our Ambassador JEAN MARILYN AIKEN Akie — G.A.A.; Basketball; Field Hockey DAVID SPENCER ALLEN Dave — Chronicle; Library Corps; Radio Club CARL WILLIAM ANDERSON LINDA SUE ANDERSON Honor Roll; Chronicle; Girls’ Ath- letic Association; Office Assistant; Year Book Committee; Basket- ball; Honorable Mention, National Merit Scholarship 16 BETTY JEAN ASHTON Bets — Girls Athletic Association Library Corps; Tennis JAMES EDWARD ANZALONE Jimmy FREDERICK C. ANGELOI PATRICIA ELLEN ANDERSON Pat — Chronicle, Assistant Editor; Dramatic Club, Vice-President; Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club; Al- lied Youth THOMAS HAMILTON ANDERSON Andy — Debating HAROLD GREGORY ANDREWS Greg — Chess from Sweden Christina’s High School in Sweden Djursholms Samskola, Principal, Rector Bo V:son Lundqvist and Faculty 17 Music Music Music L. HASSLER EINZIG Supervisor of Music, JUNE LEE AUBREY Chronicle; Dramatic Club; Stu- dent Council, Secretary; Allied Youth; Honor Roll ARTHUR FRANCIS AULENBAC’K Art Donald L. Hermance Director , Band Donald R. Sullivan Director, Sophomore Girls ' Glee Club JOHN WILLIAM BAKER Jack — Safety Council JANE ROBERTA BARKER Girls Athletic Association; Gilbert LESLIE OWEN BANKS ROBERT EDWARD BARATTA Sullivan; Orchestra; Bowling;. Lessie — Orchestra Bob — Lunchroom Helpers Tennis; Glee Club 18 Orchestra President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Richard Holly Martin Mariner Joan Margosian Robert Daley The orchestra, under the capable direc- tion of Mr. Einzig, is one of the most ac- tive organizations in the school. Each year this group supplies the ex- cellent musical background for the Gil- bert and Sullivan production in the spring of the year. A fine program is offered dur- ing the intermissions at the Dramatic Club play, and the orchestra also takes part in the annual exchange concert with Winchester High School. The talents of the members are displayed at graduation exercises as well as at the majority of our assemblies. The orchestra has added greatly to our list of enjoyable memories at Arlington High School. ar- ' £r mi JB FRONT ROW: J. Fiscale; P. Mahoney; C. Marrec; J. Margosian; E. McGrath; M. Kenerson; C. Kidd; S. Ortolano. MIDDLE ROW: F. Williamson; E. Faulkingham; J. Menzoian; E. Fiorenza; A. Gallo; B. Olafson; L. Cavicchi; C. Hefler. BACK ROW: N. Magnuson; M. Mariner; J. Fantazian; C. Lind; R. Daley; R. Holly; C. Reingold NANCY ANN BEAGEN Allied Youth; Pep Club BEVERLY ANN BARNHILL Bev — Girls Athletic Association; Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club; Bowling; Tennis WILLIAM BERNARD BARRY Bill — Projection Club; Allied Youth, President; Baseball; Foot- ball; Indoor Track FRANCES ISABELLE BARTOLONE Franny Girls’ Glee Club FRONT ROW: P. Anderson, A. Mc- Afee, S. iGorelchenka, J. Lewis, C. Span- iack, A. W ? heeler, E. Faulkingham, C. Hefler, B. Olafson, R. Dovidio. SECOND ROW: C. Duffy, D. MacGillivray, M. Spence, J. Bowman, J. Taylor, L. Lip- pert, S. Hurd, C. Meo, S. Wettergreen, J. DeNapoli, Mr. Einzig. THIRD ROW: J. McNamara, J. Howell, C. Curtin, D. Brayton, C. Ilintlian, C. Mcllwaine, G. Maskell, J. Price, B. Moore, J. Roos, C. Kidd. BACK ROW: P. Harrigan, L. Cavicchi, C. Kilpatrick, L. Kierstead, G. Waller, E. Bibber, A. Thomas, B. Barn- hill, J. Mitchell, B. Muller, R. Cadario, J. Barker, P. Teel President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Assistant Treasurer Alice Wheeler Earline Faulkingham Judie Lewis Cynthia Spaniack Sonia Gorelehenka This year under the capable leadership of Mr. Einzig, the Girls’ Glee Club enjoyed a very successful season. The club held its meetings on Mondays during school, while a Jun- ior Club met after school. We girls always looked forward to the day when we would be the guests of a neighboring school. In past years, we have participated in programs at both Melrose and Natick High Schools, the Christmas radio broadcast, assemblies, and special programs. Even our student body awaited anxiously our group singing programs, as these assured a fresh pick-up to start their day. GEORGE LOUIS BERTINI HENRY DOUGLAS BIGGS Glee Club; Allied Youth BARBARA ANN BERANGER Barb — Allied Youth; G.A.A. ELEANOR II. BIBBER Elite — Chronicle; Dramatic Club, President; Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club FIRST ROW: M. McLaughlin, C. Meo, .1. Taylor, S. Hurd, L. Lippert. SECOND ROW: J. Bowman, C. Hefler, Pianist; Mr. Einzig, Director Sextette “I ' ll get along, as long as a song is here in my heart” could very well be the motto of the Girls’ Sextette. Their singing has brightened many of our assemblies as well as provided enjoyable entertainment. The group was organized two years ago under the direction of Mr. Einzig and Mr. Sullivan. Every spring, tryouts are held for new candidates. The sextette has sung at neighboring high schools as well as banquets and numerous town functions. Their songs will always be remembered in our “Halls of Ivy.” ROBERT JOSEPH BOUDREAU Bob PETER JAMES BOROYAN CATHERINE PATRICIA BIGLEY Cathy — Chronicle; Office Assist- ant; Year Book Committee; Ten- nis; Allied A r outh; Pep Club JOYCE ANN BITZER Jozie — Glee Club ELINOR CAROLE BLAKNEY Gilbert Sullivan; Office Assist- ant RICHARD BELLOWS BLANEY Dick 21 The Band is one of the most important organizations in Arlington High. Our football games and rallies would not be so enjoyable if it weren’t for their effective music. And whether the sky be bine or gray, they are always ready to march down the field in their smart-looking uniforms of maroon and gray. This year the band con- sisted of forty-seven members, who were under the leadership of Mr. Hermance. Along with the football players, they also have their practicing to do. You can hear the strains of the Red and Gray sounding forth from the Lowe Auditorium during Friday afternoon practices. They did a wonder- ful job this year, and Arlington High is proud of them. The majorettes in their colorful and attractive cos- tumes certainly add a brightening touch to the band. This year’s group of girls were led by Barbara Tourte- lotte. Their many hours of practice were rewarded by wholehearted applause for their wonderful performances on the football field which everyone thoroughly enjoyed. SANDRA LEE BOWER Sandy — Chronicle; Girls Athletic Association; Majorette; Basket- ball; Tennis; Gilbert Sullivan JUDITH ANN BOWMAN Judie — Dramatic Club; Fine Arts Club, Vice President; Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club; Majorette; Sextet ROBERT WILLIAM BOWSER Bob — Bowling; Hockey; Allied RONALD JON BOYAJIAN Youth Ronnie 22 FIRST ROW: V. Kelley, M. Scolaro, J. Fantazian, S. Hurd, C. Hefler, J. Taylor, L. Cavicchi, A. Mc- Afee, P. Anderson. SECOND ROW: A. Medzorian, P. Mahoney, E. Faulkingham, K. Crones, J. Bow- man, C. Ilintlian, J. Lewis, H. Ja ' blonski, S. Ortolano, C. Meo, R. Dovidio, F. Perre. THIRD ROW: J. Fiscale, J. Howell, M. Spence, S. Gough, R. Cooney, C. Mcllwaine, M. Sahagian, C. Kilpatrick, S. Gorelchenka, A. Wheeler, S. Wettergreen, J. DeNapoli, G. Lincoln. FOURTH ROW: C. Spaniack, L. Lippert, E. Smith, G. DiCecca, J. Center, J. Roos, D. Brayton, J. Barker, P. Monahan, M. Stefanou, A. Walsh, J. Mitchell, G. Gera. FIFTH ROW: B. Buckler, 1). Curtin, L. Kierstead, N. Lanoue, B. Shields, E. Green, J. Donaldson, S. Masters, E. Bibber, J. Kennedy, A. Thomas, B. Barnhill; Mr. Eitizig, Direc- tor. Gilbert and Sullivan Club President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Claudia Hefler James Fantazian Susan Hurd Judith Taylor The Gilbert and Sullivan Club is a musical organization which each year pre- sents a musical production featuring the vocal and instrumental talents of the mem- bers of the student body. Originally organized to produce the popular operettas of Gilbert and Sullivan, the club has varied its program in the past three years to in- clude a variety show, and operettas by other composers. When we were sophomores, a variety show was presented. Our junior class en- joyed the comic operetta, “Babes in Toyland,” and in our senior year “The Fortune Teller.” DAVID CLARK BUCK PAUL DAVES BROWN Football ROBERT JAMES BREWER Red — Student Council, Treasurer; Year Book Committee; Allied Youth ARNOLD JAY BRADFORD Honor Roll; Chess; Chronicle; Finalist, National Merit Scholar- ship; Year Book Committee DEBORAH ANN BRAYTON Debbie — Chronicle; Gilbert Sul- livan; Glee Club; Latin Club; Year Book Committee; Honor Roll CELESTE JEANNE BRODEUR Girls Athletic Association; Office Assistant; Bowling; Tennis, Honor Roll 23 BRENDA WALLACE BUCKLER Honor Roll; Chronicle; Dramatic Club; Gilbert Sullivan; Year Book Committee William Lowder Director of Athletics Gridiron Greats A.II.S. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1956 ARL. OPP. Sept. 22 — at Somerville 21 18 29 — Leominister 25 7 Oct. 6 — at Waltham 14 20 13 — Everett 20 13 20 — Newton 12 6 27 — at Brookline 14 0 Nov. 3— Weymouth 14 34 10 — at Brockton 6 19 22 — at Melrose 47 7 FREDERICK RICHARD BUCKLEY Indoor Outdoor Track, Captain Edward P. Burns Head Coach of Football Coach — Ed Burns Assistant Coaches James Cavalieri Ralph Bevins Director of Athletics William Lowder Manager — Carl Symonds ROBERT FRANSIS BUGDEN Bugs ROBERT BULLOCK Bob RICHARD ARTHUR BURSEY FRANCIS HARRY BUSSEY Dick — Projection Club Lunchroom Helper 24 FIRST ROW: P. Staffon, C. Pigott, M. DeCaprio, E. Courtney, G. Limerick, R. Patterson, J. Gough, A. Mazzocca, W. Harry, R. Femia, R. Fuller. MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Burns, Mr. Cavalieri, K. Murray, W. Reid, D. Hourihan, P. Freyer, R. Norris, J. Donovan, F. Downey, E. Sheehan, E. Galucci, F. Burns, Mr. Hill, Mr. Bevins. LAST ROW’: J. Todisco, P. Flanagan, J. Hill, D. Beardsley, J. Wilson, B. Forty, J. Sayers, R. Carroll, J. Surrette, M. Faiola. Mr. McKinnon. James A. Cavalieri Assistant Coach Ralph E. Bevins Assistant Coach Robert C. Hill Junior Varsity Coach James McKinnon Junior Varsity Coach REBECCA ADDIE BUTTRICK RENEE ANN CADARIO Chronicle; Girls’ Athletic Associ- ation; Glee Club; Pep Club; Mod- ern Dance JUNE MARIE BUTLER Cheer Leader; Office Assistant; Year Book Committee; Bowling; Allied Youth , CRYSTAL CARAMANIS Cris — Office Assistant; Year Book Committee; Pep Club JAMES ALFRED CARLAN Jim RICHARD CALVIN CARTER Dick CHRISTIAN ERIK CASAGRANDE SALVATORE JOSEPH CATANZANO Cat GEORGE ROBERT CHAPIN Lefty — Year Book Committee JOANNA W. CENTER Jonni — Chronicle; Gilbert Sul- livan; Glee Club; Bowling; Pep Club JOHN JOSEPH CATANZARO Jocko LORRAINE MARGARET CAVICCHI Dramatic Club; Gilbert Sulli- van; Glee Club; Library Corps; Tennis LAWRENCE ALBERT CAVICCHI Larry — Honor Roll; Band; Gilbert Sullivan; Latin Club; Orchestra TERESA A. CAVALIERI Terry — Office Assistant STODDARD EMMONS CHAPLIN Stod , — Projection Club; Bowling JACK J. CLARK Fall and Football As the 1956 football season began, one big problem faced the team, the lack of experience. With only a couple of veterans returning and a schedule packed with powerhouses facing them, the team faced a tough season. Under the able coaching of Mr. Burns and his staff, the willingness to learn, the fighting spirit, and the determination to win were sparked. Captain Dick Pat- terson’s great running, blocking, and tackling were an inspiration to the whole team. Flanking him in the baekfield were two fleet half-backs, Captain-elect Mike Faiola and Jim Surrette. Completing the baekfield was George Limerick whose tricky maneuvering got Arling- ton out of many tight spots. For their fine play throughout the year, three boys, Dick Patterson, Gus Alazzoca, and Peter Staffon, re- ceived the honor of playing in the first Harry Agganis Memorial Game. The spirit exhibited by our team throughout the sea- son was a gratifying sight for everyone to see. It not only reflected nicely on each boy but on the whole school as well. To the hard-working coaches go congrat- ulations for developing these boys into a fine, hard- fighting team of which everyone was extremely proud. ROBERT E. COLBY Bob — Golf CATHLEEN T. COLLINS Cathy — Girls’ Athletic Associa- tion; Pep Club LAWRENCE VINCENT COLLINS Larry PATRICIA COLLINS Pat — Year Book Committee 28 1 Wiry, ALBERT WARNER COLUCI Baseball JOANNE FRANCES CONNOR Jo — Office Assistants PANOS H. CONSTANT Radio Club, Treasurer GERALD F. COOK Lunchroom Helpers Golf Once again the fairways beckon to the golfers of A. H. S., and the 1957 golf season is on its way. In the Central Division of the Greater Boston Interscholastic Golf League, A. H. S. golfers strive for top honors when they oppose Con- cord, Cambridge High and Latin, Lexington, and Rindge Tech. They meet each opponent twice: once at home at the Winchester Country Club, and once away. 1957 promises to be a challenging year in a well-balanced league. An all-veteran Arlington team under the guidance of Coach George Low- der is eagerlv anticipating matches with such teams as Cambridge High and Latin and Concord, last year’s first place winner. The A. H. S. golfers, having more tournament experience this year, hope to displace the “champs” and move up from their 1956 second place position. ROBERT F. COOKE Cookie ROBERT ALLEN COPELAND JOAN MARGARET COSGROVE Cope Chronicle; Allied Youth RUTII ELINOR COONEY Honor Roll; Dramatic Club; Girls’ Athletic Association; Gilbert Sullivan; Year Book Committee, Co-editor; Tennis 30 Cross Country SCHEDULE Melrose 24 Arlington 41 Watertown 22 Arlington 38 Belmont 28 Arlington 31 Beverly 38 Arlington 21 “Doc,” although harassed by injuries, nevertheless managed to get together a scrappy group of boys for cross-country last fall. The team fought hard all the way and finished up the dual-meet season by soundly beat- ing Beverly. Then they went on to make a good showing in the divisional meets. Special tribute should be paid to Anthony Renaccio who placed first in all but one of the regular meets. Ted Richards and Dave Mudarri did quite well also, hover- ing about the third or fourth position, but the results of the team were due to the combined efforts of all. FIRST ROW: N. Gillis, P. Hogman, A. Renaccio, T. Richards, I). Mudarri. SECOND ROW: Doc McCarthy, Coach; S. Hutchinson, P. Gustafson, D. Pearse, K. Moroney, F. Buckley, Manager. STEPHEN JOSEPH CURLEY BEVERLY ANN CUNNINGHAM RONALD EDWIN CRANMER Ronnie — Lunchroom Helpers; Radio Clul KATHERINE CRONES Kathy — Girls’ Athletic Associa- tion; Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club; Year Book Committee; Pep Club; Allied Y’outh; Tennis GERARD MICHAEL CRONIN Crogie — Lunchroom Helpers; Baseball; Hockey, Captain; Allied Y’outh SHIRLEY MARIE COX Girls’ Athletic Association; Gilbert Sullivan; Majorettes 31 Basketball CORNELIA MARY CURTIN Connie — Chronicle; Glee Club; Girls’ Athletic Association; Bowl- ing; Allied Youth; Pep Club DONNA ELAINE CURTIN Dramatic Club; Fine Arts Club; Girls’ Athletic Association; Gilbert Sullivan; Office Assistants; Bowling; Girls’ Softball George Lowder Coach BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Dec. 7 at Winchester 7:15 Dec. 14 Chelsea at West 7:15 Jan. 2 Cambridge 3:15 Jan. 4 at Brookline 7:00 Jan. 8 Waltham 3:15 Jan. 11 at Rindge 7:15 Jan. 15 Open Jan. 18 Watertown at West 7:15 Jan. 23 at Newton 3:15 Jan. 25 at Cambridge 7:15 Jan. 29 Brookline 3:15 Feb. 1 at Waltham 3:15 Feb. 5 at Quincy 3:15 Feb. 8 Rindge at West 7:15 Feb. 13 Newton 3:15 Feb. 15 at Watertown 3:15 LAWRENCE WEBSTER CUTTER EDWARD CHARLES CURTIS Baseball; Allied Youth ROBERT EDWARD DALEY Band; Orchestra; Stock Room FRANK H. DALTON Butch 32 FRONT ROW: J. Quinn, K. O’Leary, D. Gilpatriek, R. Mattola, J. Surrette. BACK ROW: Mr. Lowder, Coach; E Gallucci, W. Scully, J. Skenderian; C. Pigott, Captain; J. Donovan, D. Morel; R. Donovan, Manager. The A. II. S. basketball team this year presented many new players with Captain Charlie Pigott the only returning veteran from last year’s tournament team. After an exciting upset over- time victory against Cambridge Latin, the inexperienced Arlington squad was defeated in close contests with Waltham, Brookline, Rindge, and Watertown. As the season progressed, the team improved and gained in confidence. It was a typical Sub- urban League season. The league teams were evenly matched, and games were won or lost, in most cases, in the exciting closing minutes of play. The outlook for the future is bright, but A. H. S. will miss the fine play of seniors Charlie Pigott, Joe Skenderian, Dennie Morel, and Jim Quinn who contributed so much to this year’s team. JOHN FRANCIS DECAPRIO Glee Cl ub; Allied Youth ANITA LOUISE DALY Chronicle; Pep Club JANYCE CLAIRE DEARDEN J. D. JOSEPH C. D’ARRIGO « A i (■. r m M ■ Hi ff ff §i I " W? MICHAEL PETER DECAPRIO, JR. Football; Indoor Track JEAN ANN DECAREAU Girls’ Athletic Association, Board Member; Basketball; Field Hoc-k- ey; Girls’ Softball; Allied A’outh; Pep Club DEANNA MARIE DECARPIS Dee DOLORES ANN DECARPIS Lorrie Charles Pigott Captain Denis Morel MARCIA LEE DESOUSA Honor Roll MARK DER Junie Joseph Skenderian LAURA ANN DEWING Laurie — Gilbert Sullivan; Office Assistants James Quinn AUDREY ANN DEMATTEIS HENRY JOSEPH DEMITA JANET ROSE DENAPOLI Chronicle; Fine Arts Club; Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club; Year Book Committees; Bowling ♦ Dashing Blade— Broken Sticks SHIRLEY ANN DIBENEDITTO I 4 GLORIA LUCY DICECCA Glo — Gilbert Sullivan; Pep Club ORLANDO DIDONATO UUie Edward P. Burns Coach HOCKEY SCHEDULE Date Opponent Ice Time Sat. Dee. 15 Medford 1 1 P.M. Sat. Dec. 22 Newton 4 1 P.M. Fri. Dec. 28 Rindge 2 7 P.M. Sat. Jan. 5 Camb. Latin 3 1 P.M. Fri. Jan. 11 Stoneham 1 7 P.M. Sat. Jan. 19 Melrose 3 1 P.M. Sat. Jan. 26 Belmont 4 1 P.M. PLAYOFFS Feb. 1 Friday 7 P.M. Feb. 9 Saturday 1 P.M. Feb. 16 Saturday 1 P.M. John R. Byrne Assistant Coach ROBERT THOMAS DINUCCI MILDRED MARY DISALYO Millie — Pep Club BARBARA MAY DONAHUE 36 HOCKEY SQUAD Mr. Byrne, Assistant Coach; D. Mahoney, G. Limerick, G. Cronin, T. Apprille, P. Staffon, J. Ellingwood, R. Bowser; Mr. Burns, Coach. RICHARD MARK DONAHUE Dick JACK ROBINSON DONALDSON Dramatic Club; Gilbert Sullivan SARAH EUGENIA DONOVAN Sally — Fine Arts Club; Year Book Committee ROBERT MICHAEL DONOVAN Bob — Basketball, Head Manager; Cross Country Victory on Ice TIMOTHY JOSEPH DONOVAN Tim RICHARD ALLEN DORMITZER Dick — Chess; Dramatic Club; Gil- bert Sullivan, Ticket Manager ROSEMARIE ANNA DOVIDIO Honor Roll; Chronicle, Editor-in- Chief; Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club; Allied Y ' outh, Co-chairman; Pep Club; Dramatic Club CAROLYN MARY DUFFY Duff — Honor Roll; Glee Club; Office Assistants; Pep Club 38 To the Playoffs DONALD ROBSON DUNN Donnie — Lunchroom Helpers ROBERT ALLAN DUNNING Bob DAVID STANLEY D WELLE Y Dave — Honor Roll; Debating; In- door Track; Outdoor Track; Hon- orable Mention, National Merit Scholarship DAVID WALTER EGAN Dave — Hockey RHODA MAY FAHNLEY Rho Honor Roll; Office Assist- ants; Vear Book Committee; Hon- orable Mention, National Merit Scholarship GEORGE RICHARD FAMOLARE Fem ROBERT P. FANNING Bob — Cross Country; Indoor Track FRONT ROW: R. Wright, J. Butler, J. Villari, P. Geagan, J. Mahoney, G. Orphanos. BACK ROW: D. Robinson, J. Walker, N. O’Leary, C. Spaniack, R. Law, L. Smith. Cheerleaders Always an outstanding group, our Cheerleaders rep- resent some of the busiest students in school. Despite their energetic participation in many other school ac- tivities, these girls prove their loyalty to the school’s teams by directing cheers at football, basketball, and hockey games, respectively. The shared leadership of the co-captains, Patricia Geagan and Judy Villari, re- flects the unified support of all members. For a great year of echoing cheers — congratulations to each cheer- leader ! CAROL A. FANNON G.A.A.; Pep Club; Field Hockey JAMES H. FANTAZIAN Jim — Band; Gilbert Sullivan, Vice President; Orchestra EARLINE FAULKINGHAM Honor Roll; Chronicle; Debating; Girls’ Athletic Association; Board Member; Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club, Vice President; Or- chestra, Secretary; Pep Club 40 Field Hockey FRONT ROW: P. Pannesi, C. Hefler, M. Sahagian, J. Welch, J. Walker, A. Ronan, J. Villari, E. Green. BACK ROW: G. Maskell, C. Bankart, E. O’Keefe, J. Martins, P. Pitts, J. Meyer, D. Austin, P. Geagan, C. Grieve, Miss Edgett, Coach. Coach: Barbara Edgett Co-captains: Jane Walker Janice Welch Starting the year with a team sadly depleted by graduation, these girls worked hard to maintain their fine record of only one loss. Led by Jane Walker and Janice Welch, and sup- ported by a great goal-ten- der, Priscilla Pitts, the whole group were note- worthy. Other outstanding sen- ior members include Eve- lyn O ' Keefe, Ellen Green, Pat Geagan, Claudia Hef- ler, Anne Honan, and Mar- garet Sahagian. RONALD WALTER FAWCETT Ronnie RICHARD ROBERT FEMIA Gi.J ig — Football JOSEPH FISCALE Fine Arts Club; Gilbert Sulli- van; Orchestra; Year Book Com- mittee ROBERT ALLEN FLETCHER Bob — Chronicle; Year Book Com- mittee; Radio Club 41 FIRST ROW: G. Waller, P. Kennedy, E. Faulkingham, C. Sennott, D. Austin, C. Grieve, J. DeNapoli, S. Wettergreen, J. Aiken. SECOND ROW: Miss Anderson, G. DiCecca, M. Spence, S. Foster, K. Crones, V. Kelley, P. Pannesi, C. Curtin, B. Donahue, K. Keane, Miss Edgett. THIRD ROW: J. Welch, S. Gough, H. Simonds, C. Collins, A. Ronan, G. Masked, C. Sweeney, C. Kilpatrick, M. Stet’anou, C. Bigley, C. Caramanis, V 7 . Rizzo. FOURTH ROW: J. Morgan, B. Barnhill, A. Thomas, E. O’Keefe, J. Mitchell, A. Daly, C. Tobin, J. Decareau, C. Nyqvist, K. Mattson, J. Foley. Girls’ Athletic Association President Vice President Treasurer Secretary Faculty Advisors Anne Ronan Lorraine Smith Priscilla Pitts Judy Meyer Miss Barbara Edgett Miss Nancy Anderson For the past twenty-five years this has been one of the most popu- lar organizations in the school. Comprising about one hundred and fifty girls, the club arranges events, supervises these by its officers, and maintains a point system for the presentation of awards at the end of the year. JOHN JOSEPH FLYNN J ack — Lunchroom helpers JANE FRANCES FOLEY Chronicle; Girls’ Athletic Associ- ation DAVID KENNETH FOOTE Dave SUSAN JANE FOSTER Sue — Chronicle; Girls’ Athletic Association; Pep Club 42 JOSEPH GATTO Joe — Projection Club Pep Club President Carina Sennott Treasurer Darlene Austin Faculty Advisors: Miss Nancy Anderson and Miss Barbara Edgett As a new organization, this group of girls became distinctive in supporting the football team at all our games. Cheering lustily, and, for a change in unison, they gave us the best rooting section in years. From such a spirited beginning, next year’s efforts should bring even better results. JANET CATHERINE GENDALL Chronicle; Girls’ Athletic Associ- ation; Pep Club PATRICIA CATHERINE GEAGAN Pat — Cheer Leaders, Co-captain; Girls’ Athletic Association, Board Member; Student Council; Bas- ketball; Field Hockey FRONT ROW: H. Evans, J. Decareau, P. Pitts, A. Ronan, L. Smith, J. Meyer, J. Welch, J. Walker. BACK ROW: Miss Edgett, A. Austin, B. Lind, M. Flanagan, S. Schreiter, J. Villari, N. O’Leary, D. Austin, Miss Anderson. ROBERT S. FRISIELLO ROBERT DANA FULLER Bob — Baseball; Football PAUL ARTHUR FULMORE Dramatic Club; Lunchroom Help- ers JOHN HENRY GENTILE Jackie Modern Dance GLORIA GERALDINE GERA Glu — Honor Roll; Gilbert Sulli- van; Office Assistant; Year Book Committee; Allied Youth •4 The purpose of Modern Dance is to learn to express oneself. This expression of originality is necessary in everything that one does. Art, music, public speaking, and literature all thrive on the ability to express thought in words. One might say that Modern Dance is an indirect method of doing this; for we express thought through action. Modern Dance also builds graceful and supple bodies. I’m sure that the girls will not easily forget the fun we had putting on “T’was The Night Before Christmas” for the G.A.A. Christmas Party under the supervision of Miss Anderson. Although our years at A. II. S. are of the past I’m sure that the Modern Dance Club of 1957 will be remembered by its members. LAWRENCE JAMES GLYNN Larry JOHN EDWARD GILBERT PHILIP KEVIN GIROUX Eddie Cross Country; Indoor Track WILLIAM GEORGE GOODENOUGH Bill • ' 3 , Chronicle Cijnmrrlr Exchange SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, ARLINGTON, MASS., OCTOBER, 1956 S FOR NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP 1 Merit Scholarship was ed to A.H.S. last year, probably recall, it was Bradford. In order to is examination a student mically in the upper five is class. In this year’s he upper five per cent, y figured, include twen- , Deborah Brayton, Ear- am, Ann McAfee, Pa- Rhoda Fahnley, Rose- Linda Anderson, Claire ooney, Brenda Buckler, Carole Grieve, Richard old Bradford, John Otto- Lewis, Frank Graves, ■s David Dwelley, Law- i . Ann Thomas. To mim ion these students ing to attend a four year y must be citizens of the Since this scholarship eriod of four years and uate work, the amount obtain is unlimited. The FRONT ROW: M. Scolaro, Club Editor; C. Meo, Feature Editor; P. Anderson, Assistant Editor; R. Dovidio, Editor-in- Chief; D. Robinson, Sports Editor; E. Hill, Circulation Manager; M. Sahagian, Exchange Editor. BACK ROW: J. Roos, Copy Editor; ■ J . Walden, Publicity Manager; A. Gechijian, Photographer; S. Tierney, Sports Editor; G. Fitzgerald, Adver- tising Manager; Mr. Sampson, Faculty Advisor; M. Newton, Sports Editor; R. Fletcher, J. Marsan, Vocational Editors; C. Hintlian, Business Manager. As with all newspapers, it is the duty of the Chronicle to see all, know all, and tell all. In each monthly edition, events, happenings, and opinions of the day are related. Due credit must be given to the capable editorial staff and the numerous contributors who have done an outstanding job. Our gratitude is extended to those in the Ad department and on the Art staff. We also thank the Chronicle typists for deciphering our illegible handwriting, and the stu- dents in the circulation department for folding and distributing the Chronicle so faithfully. FRANK A. GRAVES Honor Roll JAMES MICHAEL GRECO NANCY ELLEN GRAY Marlon ELLEN ANNE GREEN Mellen — Fine Arts Club, Presi- dent; Girls’ Athletic Association; Year Book Committee; Field Hockey; Modern Dance Allied Youth JOHN A. HAGAR FRONT ROW: C. Meo, J. Taylor, D. Austin, C. Spaniack, J. Aubrey, A. Wheeler, R. Dovidio. SEC- OND ROW: S. Hurd, J. Watson, G. Mazzocca, F. Downey, E. Courtney, G. Limerick, L. Warnock, W. Barry. President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer William Barry Darlene Austin Alice Wheeler James Watson Allied Youth, the newest organization at Arlington High School, has begun the task of helping our teen-agers to resist the social pressures which constantly urge them to drink. It shows young people how to build life patterns in which there is no need for alcholic beverages. Our Allied Youth has already begun to make a name for itself, for they hope to have as large a charter membership as any group in the United States. We Seniors sincerely hope that next year’s president and members will continue to make Allied Youth a popular and successful club at Arlington High School. FAITH LORRAINE GREEN Office Assistant; Year Book Com- mittee CAROLE JEAN GRIEVE Honor Roll; Girls’ Athletic Associ- ation; Gilbert Sullivan; Office Assistant; Student Council; Bas- ketball; Field Hockey ROBERT WALTER GRUNER Bob BRENDA MAE HADLEY Bozo — Girls’ Athletic Association: Pep Club; Allied Youth PETER FRANS GUSTAFSON Gus — Cross Country; Indoor Track Dramatic Club EDITH MAE HARMON Dee Dee — Gilbert Sullivan PEGGY ANNE HAMILL Peggy — Dramatic Club; Gilbert Sullivan; Library Corps, Secre- tary in her Jr. year. MARTHA HAYDEN Marty — Girls’ Athletic Associa- tion; Bowling DAVID ALLAN HEENAN Dave — Honor Roll; Latin Club, President; Allied Youth PATRICIA ANN HARRIGAN Pat — Girls’ Athletic Association; Glee Club; Latin Club, Vice Presi- dent, Treasurer; Office Assistants; Bowling; Tennis; Honor Roll PAULINE ADA HARRISON Girls’ Athletic Association; Bowl- ing 48 FRONT ROW: P. Pannesi, M. Scolaro, J. Woods, E. Bibber, P. Anderson, V. Rizzo, M. McLaughlin, J. Mitchell, C. Hintlian, J. Hudson. SECOND ROW: V. Kelley, I). MacGillivray, .1. Bowman, L. McCoy, J. Dale, E. Smith, B. Buck- ler, R. Cooney, R. Dovidio, J. Howell, C. Kilpatrick, A. Medzorian, J. Lewis, Mrs. Sampson, Coach. THIRD ROW: R. Najarian, D. Sulahian, W. Thompson, F. Herzig, S. DerAnanian, A. Tiberii, J Armstrong, R. Reid, E. Mockler, P. Ful- more, R. Martin, D. Mundarri, G. Williams. .Joan Woods Virginia Rizzo Secretary T reasurer Eleanor Bibber Patricia Anderson President Vice President The Arlington High School Dramatic Club is dedicated, as its constitution declares, to “further the cause of the Drama,” and “to foster a more intelligent and thorough appreciation of the Dramatic Arts.” To this end the club presented as its selection this year FA THER KNOWS BEST , a comedy by Kristin Sergei. Thanks to the fine direc- tion of our coach, Mrs. Sampson, and the concentrated efforts of our members, the play was enthusiastically received. However, the fact that our endeavor was successful is not of prime importance, beyond that it represents teamwork and the unselfish giving of time and talent on the part of each member striving to make our show a good one. The pleasure to be gained from working in this manner is more than ample compensation for the long, sometimes tedious, but more often fun-filled hours of planning and rehearsal. We feel that in this type of working relationship, the complete co-opera- tion of all members is a satisfaction more rewarding even than the final applause after the show. CLAUDIA ANN HEFLER Honor Roll; Chronicle; Girls’ Ath- letic Association; Gilbert Sulli- van, accompanist, president; Glee Club, accompanist; Orchestra; Year Book Committee; Basket- ball; Field Hockey; Sextette, ac- companist; Allied Youth LOUISE EILEEN HEFRON Lu Lu — Girls’ Athletic Associa- tion; Basketball; Girls’ Softball FREDERICK JOSEPH HERZIG, JR. Dramatic Club ELIZABETH ELDEAN HILL Libby — Chronicle, Circulating Ed- itor; Girls’ Athletic Association; Office Assistants; Bowling; Tennis Projection Club FRONT ROW: E. Sousa, J. McCulloch, H. O’Donnell, K. Reilly, E. Mockler, J. Gatto, R. Hodgdon. SECOND ROW: Mr. Thompson, D. Durling, A. Gechijian, D Johnson, E. Rockwood, T. Morine, J. Suttie, C. Vendice, H. Center. “Let’s go. We’ve got a movie.’’ Have you ever wondered what makes this sentence heard almost everyday in our high school? The responsible factor is our fine, highly trained projection club. This club is dedicated to serv- ing the school through the presentation of visual aides in all subjects. To operate the precision equipment, both motion and still, we have a group of boys, who set up, operate, and put away all equipment used during the period. As one teacher said, “They work so quietly and quickly, you don’t notice them until after they have gone.” CARLENE ANN HINTLIAN Chronicle, Business Manager; Dra- matic Club; Girls’ Athletic Asso- ciation; Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club; Majorettes; Office Assist- ants; Bowling; Allied Youth ROBERT LEIGHTON HODGDON Dob — Projection Club DONALD EUGENE RICHARD WARREN HOLLY HOLMSTEAD Rick — Band; Orchestra, President Don 50 I ( Chess Club The Chess Club is an informal group of pupils who meet every Friday afternoon. Some are just learning the game while others have been playing the game for some time. The club enters a 10 man team in the Greater Boston Interscholastic Chess League. The Chess Club plays a home and home game with each other school that has a team in the league. The purpose of the club is to teach or improve the game of the pupils in the hope that they can get pleasure and relaxation from it during the rest of their lives. FRONT ROW: D. Allen, R. Peterson, C. Reingold, D. Durling, Mr. Sampson, M. Glenn, J. Mariner, W. Reid. SECOND ROW: P. Samsury, D. Avery, K. Heftier, E. Simpson, M. Cramer, II. Larson, P. Dahill, G. Andrews, E. Rockwood, R. Gruner, S. Tompson, R. Hogan, R. Arnaud, J. Leonard. RUTH MARIE JACOBSON Jake — Girls’ Athletic Association; Office Assistant; Lunchroom Hel- per HELEN LUCY JABLONSKI Gilbert Sullivan ELIZABETH HOWELL Hetty — Chronicle; Dramatic Club; Girls’ Athletic Association; Office Assistants; Basketball JEANNE L. HOWELL Dramatic Club; Gilbert Sull- ivan; Gle e Club; Tennis SUSAN ELIZABETH HURD Sue — Debating; Girls’ Athletic As- sociation; Gilbert Sullivan; Sec- retary; Glee Club, Vice President RICHARD O. IANNESSA Ike — Boys’ Glee Club; Orchestra OkjkS - J 51 R.V.T. Club RICHARD JOSEPH JAMES ELSIE LINNEA JOHANSON Blondie — Girls’ Athletic Associ- ation; Bowling; Tennis The Read, View, and Talk Club is a group of students who meet informally on the second and the fourth Tuesday of each month with their advisors: Miss Rich- mond, our high school librarian, and Mrs. McQuaid, the young people’s librarian at the Robbins Library. The first meeting of each month is devoted to book reviews. At the second meet- ing a film of special interest to teen-agers is shown, after which two members lead a discussion. While refreshments are served, there is a lively exchange of ideas. Our club has no officers. We believe that every member should have the oppor- tunity to be a chairman of a meeting at least once during the year. FRONT ROW: P. Madden, B. Herzig, F. Williamson, B. Eng, J. Hudson. SECOND ROW: Miss Richmond, R. Cappello, W. Thompson, J. Mariner, C. Reingold, Mrs. McQuaid. SYLVIA MARIA JOHNSON Office Assistant; Bowling; Allied Youth ALEXANDER E. JOHNSON BRUCE PARKER JOHNSON Johnny VICTOR KURT KAIIOFER Lunchroom Helper, Foreman FRONT ROW: C. Locke, L. Scolaro, M. Seolaro, S. Masters, B. Muller, J. Tavekelian, J. Fabin. SECOND ROW: G. Campbell, B. Herzig, K. Hurley, J. Hudson, J. Savani, B. Moore, A. Erhardt, L. Cavicchi, C. Doughty, P. Hamill, R. Collins, B. Shields, C. Warren, P. Hurley, Miss Richmond. THIRD ROW: W. Thompson, It. Hogan, P. Dahill, C. Genge, B. Roscoe, A. Samiotes, D. Avery, R. Cappello, D. Durling, P. Samsury. President Vice-president Barbara Muller Robert Lewis Secretary Treasurer Marie Scolaro Stanley Masters The Library Corps has really grown since the senior class arrived in 1954. At that time the club, just one year old, was considered to be for bookworms. That idea has changed, as students came to realize that books can be a source of pleasure for everyone. Each member gives up one study period a week in order to help in the library. While assisting others, the Corps members learn to be skillful users of the library themselves. But it’s not all work and no play. The members have outings, candy sales, and parties. This year the Corps sponsored the very successful teen age section at the Book Fair in which groups from the entire town participated. From such successes as these, the prestige of a fine club is built, and the senior class has every right to be proud of the Library Corps. KATHLEEN ANNE KEANE Kathy — Girls’ Athletic Associa- tion; Pep Club; Allied Youth MARY MARGARET KEEFE Glee Club VIRGINIA ANN KELLEY Ginny — Dramatic Club; Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club; Bowling; Pep Club; Fine Arts Club BARBARA ANN KELLY Barb — Girls’ Athletic Association; Glee Club; Year Book Committee PATRICIA ANNE KENNEDY Pat — Honor Roll; Girls’ Athletic Association; Office Assistant; Pep Club; Allied Youth CAROLYN HALL KIDD Chronicle; Dramatic Club; Glee Club; Orchestra SAFETY AWARD ASSEMBLY On Tuesday, December 4, Registrar of Motor Vehicles, Rudolph H. King, key- noted a student assembly which empha- sized traffic safety. In his remarks, the Registrar supported the youthful drivers of the Commonwealth and re-affirmed his conviction of continuing the practice of granting drivers’ licenses to qualified youths of sixteen. He then presented three “Certificate of Achievement” a- wards for the town to Mr. Edward Mona- han, Town Manager, Mr. Joseph Gree- ley, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, and Mr. Albert E. Ryan, Chief of Police. The student body was an alert and ap- preciative audience; Joseph Skendarian served as master of ceremonies, with Donna Robinson assisting. PHYLLIS JOYCE KENNEDY Dramatic Club; Girls’ Athletic Association; Gilbert Sullivan; Bowling; Basketball Rudolph King, .1 cm. Registrar of Motor Vehicles; Donna Robinson, President, Student Council; Joseph Skenderian, Presi- dent, Senior Class; Thomas Rawson, Selectman; Joseph Greeley, Chairman, Board of Selectman; Albert E. Ryan, Chief of Police; Edward C. Monahan, Town Manager; Thomas H. Egan, Chief of Fire. Department. JOAN ISABELLE KELSON Joanie Driver Education JOSEPH RICHARD KNEELAND LORRAINE BEVERLY KIERSTEAD Lorrie — Glee Club; Bowling CLAIRE MARIE KILPATRICK “ Stevie ” — Chronicle; Dramatic Club; Gilbert Sullivan Club; Glee Club; Bowling; Pep Club JOYCE ANN KILPATRICK JOSEPH WALTER KING Latin Club FIRST ROW: P. Regan, P. Harrigan, I). Heenan. SECOND ROW: L. Cavicchi, B. Muller, D. Bray- ton, P. Mahoney. Consul Primus Consul Secunda Scriba David Heenan Patricia Harrigan Barbara Muller The Latin Club, composed of students from the fourth year Latin class, is one of the most distinguished clubs at A.H.S. Each year the club undertakes projects through which it can gain experience in reference work, which is very useful in the future years of the students. The club goes on excursions to museums, libraries, and other places where it is proven that Latin is not a dead language. It also has discus- sions and lectures through which it tries to further the study of the classics. The club entertains other Latin Clubs from different schools, comparing the work of each with the other. At the end of the school year a banquet is held which climaxes the last year of the Latin students at A.H.S. Miss Rounds, who is greatly ad- mired by the students for her constant willingness to help, advises the club in its various activities. CLAIRE MARIE LA FRANCE Office Assistant; Bowling; Tennis PETER MICHAEL LANE Pete NANCY ANN LANOUE Girls’ Athletic Association; Gil- bert Sullivan Club DAYII) WINSTON KNOWLES PIIILLIP ALAN KUHN JOSEPH VICTOR LARKIN PHILIP DOMONIC LE BLANC Phil EDITH MARY LARSON Edie — Fine Arts Club FRANCIS LEE Frankie RICHARD RONALD LE BE I Honor Roll ROBERT ALLEN LA RUE Bowling CATHERINE ANN LEAH 1 Cathy Lab Assistants JUDITH ALLYN LE SHANE Judie JUDITH LEWIS Judie — Dramatic Club; Gilbert Sullivan Club; Glee Club; Secre- tary LILLIAN MAE LEVERONE Lil — Girls’ Athletic Association; Glee Club; Pep Club; Allied Youth V ocational ROBERT WALKER LEWIS Honor Roll; Library Corps, Vice President; Year Book Committee GEORGE R. LIMERICK JR. Pepe — Baseball, Captain; Foot- ball; Hockey; Allied Youth, Co- chairman of Membership Com- mittee Malcolm L. Allen Instructor SAFETY COUNCIL J. McWilliams, W. Doherty, Instructor; J. Hagg, D. McCarron, J. Marsan, R. Ashton. GEORGE ALBERT LINCOLN Link — Band, Student Director; JANET ELIN LINDAHL Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club Lindy — Bowling LINDA JEAN LIPPERT Dramatic Club; G.A.A.; Gilbert JOHN THOMAS LOFTUS Sullivan; Glee Club; Bowling Tom 58 School TIIE VOCATIONAL CLASS HISTORY As we outline the highlights of our past three years, let’s not forget to include those of the vocational school. Although these boys operate on a different schedule from ours, they still remain an important part of the senior class. Some of the Class of 1957 entered the field of trade in the fall of 1954. In general, they were typical sophomores, wondering what the Vocational High had to offer. The teachers who explained the background of the school spoke of how it differed from regular high school in so far as they went to shop for one week and during the following week studied in class. The next few months were devoted to learning the fundamentals of their respec- tive trades. To add to the knowledge of the members of the auto shop, field trips were planned, including one to the Ford Plant. James I. Terranova Instructor E. DIANE MacGILLIVRAY Chronicle; Dramatic Club; Bowl- ing; Pep Club CAROLE DIANE MacDOUGAL Mac — Chronicle; Fine Arts Club; Clinic Assistant; Year Book Com- mittee NANCY JEAN LOME YE R Stella p J DAVID SHAW MacDONALD Mac RICHARD JEFFREY MacDONALD Dick RONALD JOSEPH MacDONALD Mac JOHN RICHARD MACKEY Jack ANN MARIE MacLELLAND R. V. T.; Pep Club James I. Terranova, Edmund J. Lewis, Nornam R. Jacobsen, Malcolm L. Allen, William V. Delaney, Walter C. Verney, Francis V. Kirk, Harry J. Patterson, Director; William J. Doherty. The junior year was devoted to learning the practical side of the work and apply- ing the knowledge the teachers had taught. In the second year, we went on more field trips which included trips to General Radio Company and WBJR Radio Sta- tion. These trips were taken by students in the radio department. Pupils in the auto shop visited General Motors, the Ford Plant, and the Atlantic Battery Company. Edmund J. Lewis Instructor CARL ERICK MAGNUSON JOHN THOMAS MAGURN Jake — Fine Arts Club; Allied Youth DAVID JOSEPH MAHONEY Moe — Baseball; Football, Man- ager; Hockey JERRY F. MAHONEY Moe Walter C. Verney Instructor In the senior year, the radio department toured M.I.T. and the John Hancock Building. Not only was this of great interest but also of great value in helping them to understand life in the industrial world. During their high school career, they have learned many lessons and received friendly advice from their teachers, for which they are grateful. Thus, they leave this institution, proud of the fact that they are members of the Vocational High School. Their experiences have been varied and interesting. From the splendid habits they have acquired under the guidance of Mr. Patterson and the faculty, they intend to achieve the honor and the respect of our community by whom this specialized training is made possible. MARTIN ROMIG MARINER Marty — Orchestra , Vice-President ; Allied Youth PATRICIA ANN MAIIONEY Pat — Honor Roll; Gilbert Sul- livan; Latin Club; Orchestra; Al- lied Youth; Year Book Committee JOAN ELIZABETH MARKS M arksie — G.A.A. RUTH ELIZABETH MARDIGIAN Gwendy — Honor Roll; Chronicle; Bowling; Tennis; Allied Youth; Pep Club JOHN JOSEPH MARSAN Johnny — Chronicle JEAN FRANCES MARTENS Jeannie — Basketball; Field Hock- ey GAIL ELIZABETH MASKELL Girls’ Athletic Association; Glee Club; Office Assistants; Basket- ball; Bowling; Field Hockey; Pep Club; Tennis STANLEY HINMAN MASTERS Stan — Honor Roll, Library Corps; Treasurer; Year Book Committee; Cross Country; Indoor Track; W inner, National Merit Scholar- ship DAVID ERNEST MA TSON KATHLEEN VIRGINIA MATTSON Kay — Office Assistants; Year Book Committee; Pep Club; Allied Youth AUGUSTUS MAZZOCCA, JR. Gus — Football ANNE McAFEE Honor Roll; Chronicle; Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club; Office Assist- ants; Bowling; Honorable Men- tion, National Merit Scholarship 62 William J. Doherty, Instructor Norman R. Jacobsen, Instructor ELIZABETH LOUISE McCOY Liz — Chronicle; Dramatic Club; R. V. T.; Bowling; Allied Youth; Pep Club DAVID G. McCALL Safety Committee; Projection Club JEAN MARIE McCLUSKEY Cluslaj — Office Assistants; Pep Club; Allied Youth JOAN MARIE McCarthy Red — Year Book Committee Who’s! Who! JOSEPH TERRENCE McDonnell T erry — Baseball PRISCILLA MARY McGRATH Girls’ Athletic Association; Field Hockey Richard Wells Ronald Cranmer Robert Copeland Terry McDonnell Best All-Round Most Popular Best Actor Most Musical Most Intellectual Most Athletic Most Likely to Succeed Wittiest Best Dancer Ronald Fawcett Alan Pease Richard Wells Ronald Cranmer Robert Copeland Ronald Cranmer Terry McDonnell Ronald Fawcett David McCall Robert Bugden David McCall THOMAS MICHAEL McGREEVY WILLIAM ARTHUR McGURL Will CAROL ANNE McILWAINE Girls’ Athletic Association; Glee Club; Gilbert Sullivan; Office Assistant; Bowling, Captain; Ten- nis KATHARINE Kim MARCIA McGINLEY “Vocationally LUKE ALLEN McSORLEY ANNA ALMA MEDZORIAN Dramatic Club, Business Man- ager; Gilbert Sullivan: Office Assistant; Tennis SHEILA PATRICIA McNEELEY She — Chronicle; Girls’ Athletic Club; Basketball; Field Hockey; Pep Club; Allied Youth George Chapin BRUCE HOLMES McINNIS RAYMOND THOMAS McKEEVER Mac — Projection Club JANET KATHRYN McNAMARA Glee Club Robert Brewer John Mackey Tallest Shortest Most Attractive Best Dressed Best Orator Most Businesslike Most Bashful Most Talkative Most Artistic Robert Baratta Robert Brewer George Bertini John Mackey Robert Baratta David McCall Ronald Cranmer Thomas Loftus Robert Bugden George Chapin Thomas Loftus Robert Bugden George Bertini 65 CLAIRE MARIE MEO Honor Roll; Club Editor, Fea- ture Editor of Chronicle; Dramatic Club; Girls’ Athletic Association; Gilbert Sullivan; Sextet; Vice- President Student Council; Year Book Committee; Bowling; Social Chairman Allied Youth; Vice- President Senior class; Exchange Student to Germany, summer of 1956 ANNE MARIE MICKLE Annie — Glee Club; Office Assist- ant Future Builders Laurence P. Arthur, Instructor EDWARD PETER MILLER Projection Club KENNETH JAMES MILLER EDWIN JAMES MOCKLEIl Eddie — Dramatic Club; Projec- tion Club JOYCE-HELEN MITCHELL Chronicle; Dramatic Club; Girls’ Athletic Association; Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club; Bowling; Girls’ Softball 66 DAVID HERBERT MUDARRI Moody — Band; Chronicle; Dra- matic Club; Gilbert Sullivan Club; Student Council; Year Book Committee; Cross Country; In- door Track; Allied Youth; Treas- urer of Senior Class of America JAYNE ELLEN MORGAN Girls’ Athletic Association; Office Assistants; Year Book Committee, Co-Editor; Basketball; Tennis; Allied Youth; Pep Club; Junior Red Cross Representative Sydney Sandberger, Instructor PATRICIA ELIZABETH MONAHAN Pat — Gilbert Sullivan Club; Of- fice Assistant; Tennis; Allied Youth; Modern Dance BARBARA MARSHALL MOORE Barbie — Glee Club; Library Corps; Allied Youth JACOB JOHN MORANIAN Jack DENIS RICHARD MOREL Denny — Baseball; Basketball m 1 ' V i t i 4 fin t I ' « £ Si Who’s They Rate High At Arlington High MOST INTELLECTUAL Stanley Masters, Patricia Mahoney TALLEST David Dwelley, Joanne Johnson BEST ORATOR John Ottoson, Claire Meo MOST BUSINESSLIKE Arnold Bradford, Rosemarie Dovidio BARBARA JOAN MULLER Gilbert Sullivan Club; Glee Club; Latin Club, Scribe; Li- brary Corps, President; Bowling PAUL FRANCIS MURRAY ROBERT HUGH MURRAY Mo RICHARD ARTHUR NAJARIAN Nij — Chess; Chronicle; Dramatic Club; Projection Club 68 Who MOST MUSICAL Augustus Mazzocca, Claudia Hefler MOST POPULAR Joseph Skenderian, Judy Taylor MOST ATTRACTIVE Lawrence Cutter, Donna Robinson MOST TALKATIVE David Caliendo, Susan Ilurd BEVERLY ANN NOCHELLA Tennis JAMES TROUP NILLE Golf ELAINE PATRICIA NAPOLITANO Girls’ Athletic Association; Office Assistant; Girls’ Softball; Pep Club MADELINE ANNE NAPOLITANO Mad — Fine Arts Club VINCENT ANTHONY NATALE Vinny BRENDA ANN NIGRO Hump — Girls’ Athletic Associa- tion; Basketball Who’s ELIZABETH MARY NOCHELLA Betty ANN MARIE NOLAN Chub BEST ACTOR John Ottoson, Eleanor Bibber BEST ALL-ROUND Joseph Skenderin, Claudia Hefler MOST ATHLETIC George Limerick, Jane Walker BEST DANCER Peter Lane, Katherine Sweeney ROBERT ANDREW NORANDER Bob — Lunchroom Helper; Safety EDMUND THOMAS NORRIS Committee Eddie WILLIAM A. NORTON Bill — Honor Roll; Cross Country; Indoor Track ANNMARIE O’BRIEN Tennis 70 Who MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Joseph Skenderian, Claire Meo LEST DRESSED Lawrence Cutter, Jayne Morgan WITTIEST David Mudarri, Joanna Center MOST ARTISTIC Brendan O ' Donovan, Ellen Green Reached Heaven in 57 BARBARA ELAINE O’BRIEN Obie CLAIRE MARY O BRIEN THOMAS WILLIAM O’CONNOR Mike — Radio Club BRENDAN FRANCIS O’DONOVAN Fine Arts Club; Yearbook Com- mittee COMMITTEE OF STUDENTS OBSERVING VOTING AT THE POLLS ON ELECTION DAY- NOVEMBER, 1956. Mr. Frank Nicksay, Secretary , Board of Selectmen; Mr. Carl A. Johnson, Teacher; P. Ilarrigan; L. Lippert; F. Williamson; C. Nyqvist, Exchange Student; J. Lawson; B. Eng; K. Murray; N. Hall; P. Samsury; Mr. James Golden, Town Clerk. Future Citizens This photo was taken in the Selectmen’s room in the Town Hall after the above students and Mr. Johnson had observed the process of voting under the guidance of Mr. James Golden, Arlington’s Town Clerk. This on-the-scene observation of government in action took place on Tuesday, November 6, 1956 as a project of Mr. Johnson’s United States History classes. In years to come this election will be remembered as the one in which President Eisenhower, the Republi- can candidate, was returned to office by an overwhelming majority though the Democrats carried both House and Senate. MARIE THERESA O’HALLORAN Rie — G.A.A. EVELYN PATRICIA O’KEEFE O’Kie — Fine Arts Club; G.A.A. ; Basketball; Field Hockey; Girls’ Softball; Pep Club IRENE FRANCES O’MEARA Penny NANCY JANE O’LEARY Pansy — Cheer Leaders; Girls’ Ath- letic Association 72 Student Council As the intermediary between faculty and student body, our Stu- dent Council holds a unique position from which to correlate the school’s standards with teen-age interests. Examples of success re- sulting from this relationship are significant student activities, chief among which are the organizing of all classes, electing of class officers, arranging for the annual Junior Prom, planning the traditional Sen- ior Prom, and lately sponsoring a foreign student for a year. By par- ticipating in these worthy projects, the student body enjoys sharing in a democracy representative of its aspirations anti abilities. FIRST ROW: P. Geagan; C. Grieve; J. Walker; D. Robinson, President; Miss Binnig; J. Taylor; I). Austin; J. Aubrey; C. Meo. SECOND ROW: L. Smith; C. Margosian; H. Ashton; D. Mudarri; J. Skendarian; R. Brewer; P. Station; J. Watson; G. Gil- feather; S. Kangas; L. Gammel RONALD WILLIAM O’NEIL Ronnie SALLY ELEANOR ORTOLANO Honor Roll; Chronicle; Gilbert Sullivan; Orchestra JOHN II. OTTOSON Honor Roll; Dramatic Club; G. S.; Projection Club; Cross Coun- try, Mgr.; Indoor Track, Mgr.; Winner, National Merit Scholar- ship PATRICIA ANN PANNES1 Pat — Dramatic Club; Girls’ Ath- letic Association; Basketball; Field Hockey; Tennis ANN MARIE PALMER Girls’ Athletic Association; Bowl- ing MARIA TERESA PACINI Marie — Chronicle; Basketball ; Bowling; Allied Youth 73 JUDITH PATON Judy — Chronicle; Glee Club Bowling; Pep Club; Honor Roll ) RICHARD PATTERSON Football, Captain Josephine 1. Let Instructor DAVID ALLEN PEARSE Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Clul Cross Country FRANK MATHEW PELLEGRINO Curly THOMAS A. PEHRSON T ommy VLAN L. PEASE r Our future Homemakers! “A stitch in time, saves nine.” May E. Campbell Supervisor Mrs. Alice Rogers, Mrs. Helen Darcy, Mrs. Agnes R. Starkey, Mrs. Hazel O’Shaughnessy, Mrs. Edith Rossetti; Mrs. Phyrma Hanscom, Manager; Mrs. Marie von Hein, Mrs. Mildred Hoyt, Mrs. Luvan Mc- Kiel. FRANCA ALBERTINA PERRE Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club GILBERT ALLAN PERRY Al DAVID STEPHEN PETERSON Pete CHARLES ANDREW PIGOTT Sonny — Basketball; Football JOSEPH C. PIOTTE Joe RICHARD EDWARD PETERSON Pete — Chess; Library Corps; Radio Club; Honor Roll; Honorable Mention, National Merit Scholar- ship PAULA M. PORTESI Gilbert Sullivan JILL LOUISE PRICE Glee Club JAMES WALTER QUINN Baseball; Basketball FRONT ROW: E. Courtney, E. Gallucci, F. Downey. SECOND ROW: P. Fulmore, J. Skenderian, J. Todiseo. PRISCILLA MARGARET PITTS Pittsy — G.A.A., Treasurer; Bas- ketball; Bowling; Field Hockey; Girls’ Softball; Pep Club ERNEST JOHN POCHINI Sonny RICHARD DENNIS POCHINI Dick — Gilbert Sullivan Lunch Room CHRISTINA B. REYNOLDS Chris — Girls’ Athletic Association; Pep Club; Allied Youth FRONT ROW: R. Jacobson, V. Kahofer, R. Baratta, G. Cook, J. Keefe, F. Bussey, T. Richards. SEC- OND ROW; D. Starkey, D. Dunn, P. Grey, R. Norander, A. Tiberii, R. Finlayson, R. Zartarian. PAUL EDWARD RETTMAN JAMES MICHAEL REARDON PAUL EDWARD REGAN Latin Club, Honor Roll ROBERT LAWRENCE REID, JR. Bob — Debating, Marshal; Dra- matic Club KENNETH JOSEPH REILLY Projection Club 77 PETER DOMINIC RICCOBENE Rick ROBERT ALLAN RICHARDS Bob THEODORE RAY RICHARDS Ted — Lunchroom Helper; Cross Country, Captain; Indoor Track; Outdoor Track Class History On September 8, 1954 in the Lowe Auditorium, we, the Class of 1957, gathered for the first time. Some of us awaited the start of our high school careers with mis- givings; others, with anticipation. We were given a warm welcome by Mr. Downs who, just as we were beginning our high school years, was beginning his as the prin- cipal. Then, a state of confusion for us really began. For days, we had a bewildered look. In fact, we never did find the “elevator,” to which we were directed so many times. VIRGINIA ADRIANNE RIZZO Ginnie — Chronicle; Dramatic Club, Treasurer; Fine Arts Club; Library Corps; Office Assistant; Year Book Committee; Pep Club; Tennis BRENDA JOYCE ROBBINS Boots ELIZABETH ROSE ROBERTO Betty — Chronicle; Pep Club 78 Before long, we sophomores were well adjusted and were making the most of our opportunities. We discovered a great variety of teams, clubs, and other extracurri- cula activities. During the year, the Dramatic Club presented “The Goose Hangs High,” and the Gilbert and Sullivan Club entertained us with “This is My Coun- try.” The sextet, which has proved to be a very popular singing group, was first formed during this year. Then in June, we discovered a less pleasant phase of high school life, final exams; however, most of us survived the ordeal. Afterward we really felt the need of a vaca- tion. The summer flew by, and soon, we found ourselves back in school again, a year older and bearing the proud title of Juniors. Yes, we were Juniors. And we certainly didn’t waste any time in starting a successful year. First the Dramatic Club pre- sented a magnificent performance of “Ghost Train.” Christmas vacation followed. Starting in January, we began rehearsing for the Gilbert and Sullivan presentation of “Babes in Toyland.” We instituted a new organization that year, the Debating Club. It was also during our junior year that Arlington High had its first foreign ex- change student. How proud we were that the first student from A.H.S. to go abroad with the A.F.S. was a member of our class! Then, if you looked real hard, you could see many of us assiduously delving into dictionaries preparing for the May Scho- lastic Aptitude Tests. After that ordeal, you probably noticed our girls talking more secretively than usual and the boys saving their money for a change. Yes, the Jun- ROSE ANN ROBERTO Glee Club DONNA ELIZABETH ROBINSON Cheer Leader; Chronicle; Girls’ Athletic Association; Student Council, President; Basketball; Bowling; Tennis; Pep Club; Al- lied A’outh ROBERTA EILEEN ROGERS Bobbie ANNE MARIE RONAN Girls’ Athletic Association, Presi- dent; Year Book Committee; Bas- ketball, Captain; Field Hockey; Girls’ Softball; Pep Club; Allied Youth ■ 79 ior Prom was upon us, and we had another tremendous success at the Commander Hotel. It left us ready for another vacation, but first we had to suffer through those horrible final exams; however, it had been such a wonderful year that we really couldn’t complain about a few simple tests. Summer passed. At last came our Sen- ior year! We’re all grown up now, and if not, we should be! Almost immediately we started our new school year with a new Dean of Girls, our M iss Binnig. Another “new” was the formation of an organization, The Allied Youth. To cheer our athletic teams on to greater effort and victories, the Pep Club was initiated. Soon, w r e were all agog! Twenty-one members of our senior class were nominated for the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test in October. “Father Knows Best,” a hilarious comedy, was presented by the Dramatic Club as the final event of 1956. In the meantime, many of us were wearing a footpath to the guidance office to see our counselors, without whose invaluable assistance we might never have reach- ed a decision concerning our future career. JEAN ERMA ROOS Jeanie — Chronicle, Copy Editor; Dramatic Club; Gilbert Sullivan Club; Glee Club; Office Assistant; Year Book Committee; Pep Club BYRON M. ROSCOE By — Honor Roll; Library Corps; Year Book Committee BARBARA FRANCES ROWE Barb — Fine Arts Club; Yea r Book Committee MARGARET GRACE SAHAGIAN Maggie — Chronicle, Exchange Ed- itor; Fine Arts Club; Girls’ Ath- letic Association; Gilbert Sulli- van Club; Year Book Committee; Basketball; Field Hockey; Pep Club; Allied Youth The Gilbert and Sullivan Club announced that in the spring their annual produc- tion for this year would be “The Fortune Teller.” It seemed the year had just begun. Yet, the long-anticipated day of our senior year was now upon us — the Senior Prom! We’ll never forget the starry-eyed excite- ment. of that night of nights. Soon came the realization that Class Day was the harbinger of Graduation Day, which was closing the happiest, most wonderful days of our life. Shortly, we would be going our separate ways — each to his own choice of career or college, knowing that all we had learned here in Arlington High School would be vital preparation in making us, the Class of 1957 better citizens in tomorrow’s world. INKS HELENA SCARLATA Inie — Chronicle; Girls’ Athletic Association; Pep Club MARIE ARLENE SCOLARO Honor Roll; Chronicle, Club Edi- tor; Dramatic Club; Gilbert Sullivan Club; Library Corps, Secretary; Basketball; Tennis CARINA MARIE SENNOTT Chronicle; Girls’ Athletic Associ- ation; Pep Club, President; Allied Youth MILDRED G. SIEKMAN Mil — H onor Roll; Office Assistant; Year Book Committee; Bowling; Tennis; “Betty Crocker Award, Homemaker of Tomorrow” ■ BRENDA JOYCE SHIELDS Gilbert Sullivan Club; Library Corps; Majorettes PAUL G. SHAHIAN Shy 81 HELEN ANN SIMONDS Chronicle; Girls’ Athletic Associ- ation; Office Assistant; Pep Club; Allied Youth PHILIP GEORGE SIMONIAN Phil JOSEPH RICHARD SKENDERIAN Joe — Honor Roll; Student Coun- cil; Year Book Committee; Lunch- room Helper; Allied Youth; Bas- ketball; President of Senior Class GUIDANCE OFFICE ASSISTANTS FRONT ROW: P. Kennedy, V. Rizzo, J. Morgan, S. Johnson, C. Tobin, A. Mickle, P. Teel, L. Kier- stead. BACK ROW: 1L Jacobson, E. Hill, J. McCluskey, Mrs. Downey, J. Connor, C. Bigley, C. Duffy, C. Caramanis. ELIZA B ETH DeF( )REST SMITH Betty — Honor Roll; Chronicle; Dramatic Club; Fine Arts Club; Gilbert Sullivan; Office Assist- ant; Year Book Committee; Bowl- ing; Tennis CLINIC ASSISTANTS FRONT ROW: B. Donahue, A. Medzorian, Mrs. Hallos, R. N.; C. LaFrance, I). DeCarpis. BACK ROW: J. Cosgrove, C. Walsh, D. Doyle, C. MacDougal. PHYLLIS ANN SMITH EDWARD LOUIS SOUSA Ed — Projection Club; Bowling Office Assistants OFFICE ASSISTANTS H. Simonds, D. Curtin, C. Hintlian, C. Grieve, G. Masked, C. Mcllwaine, C. Nyqvist, L. Anderson, C. Spaniack, B. Howell, T. Cavalieri, P. Smith, J. IIoos. SEATED AT DESK: Miss Darcy, Mrs. Hartwig. CYNTHIA HILARY SPANIACK MICHAEL CARROLL STANLEY PETER WILLIAM STAFFON Student Council; Football; Hock- ey; Allied Youth Cyndi — Cheer Leaders; Chronicle; Girls’ Athletic Association; Gil- bert Sullivan; Glee Club, Treas- urer; Office Assistant; Basketball; Bowling; Field Hockey; Allied Youth; Pep Club; Modern Dance MARIE AGNES SPELMAN Chronicle; Glee Club MARCIA CONANT SPENCE Girls’ Athletic Association; Gil- bert Sullivan; Glee Club; Bowl- ing; Tennis; Pep Club JOHN L. SQUIRES Cross Country; Hockey; Indoor Track GAIL ELAINE STEEVES Dimples — Honor Roll; Chronicle; Gilbert Sulliv an; Glee Club; Of- fice Assistant; Year Book Com- mittee MARY A. STEFANOU Honor Roll; Chronicle; Girls’ Ath- letic Association; Gilbert Sulli- van; Year Book Committee; Bowling; Pep Club; Office Assist- ant JULIA STETSON Julie — Fine Arts Club; Allied Youth PETER JAMES TAMIS Pete — Baseball CATHERINE PHYLLIS SWEENEY Cathy — Year Book Committee; Bowling; Allied Youth; Pep Club MARILYN ELLEN TAIT Chronicle; Girls’ Athletic Associ- ation; Allied Youth 84 FRONT ROW: S. McNeeley, J. Welch, B. Nigro, A. Ronan, Captain; P. Geagan, J. Villari, C. Span- iack. BACK ROW: Miss Edgett, Coach; D. Robinson, M. Sahagian, C. Grieve, J. Morgan, J. Martens, P. Pitts, J. Walker, L. Hefron, C. Hefler. Girls’ Basketball MARSHALL RANDOLPH THOMPSON Marsh — Honor Roll; Baseball ANN JOYCE THOMAS Honor Roll; Girls’ Athletic Associ- ation; Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club PAUL JOHN TARTAR INI Tarta — Baseball JUDITH TAYLOR Judy — Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club; Student Council; Allied Youth; Senior Class Secretary; Sextette; Pep Club PATRICIA ANN TEEL Pat — Chronicle; Girls’ Athletic Association; Glee Club; Office Assistants; Year Book Committee; Bowling RUTH ANN THIBEDEAU Bowling 85 CLAIRE HELEN TOBIN Beebe — Chronicle; Dramatic Club; Office Assistants; Pep Club SAMUEL LADD TOMPSON Chess THOMAS JOSEPH TORPEY Fine Arts Club BARBARA DALE TOURTELLOTTE Gilbert Sullivan; Head Major- ette; Tennis Girls’ Bowling JOHN FRANCIS THORPE Jack JOAN MARIE TIBER 1 1 Gilbert Sullivan; Assistant Music Department GIRLS’ BOWLING — (In Action): Martha Hayden, Manager. FRONT ROW: C. Grieve, C. Hintlian, S. Johnson, E. Hill, J. Paton, M. Scolaro, V. Kelley, P. Pannesi. BACK ROW: G. Masked, P. Pitts, S. Wettergreen, J. DeNapoli, J. Lindahl, N. Ward, E. Johanson, E. Smith, L. Kierstead, S. Gough, M. Spence. FORREST V. WAGNER Baseball Indoor Track Run boys!!! Doc is timing us!!! AUDREY MAY TREMBLAY CAROL ANN TRULSON Bowling RICHARD PRATT TROY Dick — Cross Country; Hockey JUDITH HUNTER VINCENT Judy — Bowling JUDITH FRANCES YILLARI Judy — Co-captain of Cheer Lead- ers; Chronicle; Girls’ Athletic Association; Basketball; Field Hockey .JANE ANN WALKER .Janie — Cheer Leader; ( ■ iris ' Ath- letic Association, Vice President Junior Year; Student Council; Basketball; Co-captain; Field Hockev; Girls’ Softball CATHERINE ROSE WALSH Kay FREDERICK JOSEPH WALSH Fred JANET MARIE WALSH Jan — Gilbert Sullivan , l J ANN MARIE WALSH Chronicle; Girls’ Athletic Associ- ation; Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club; Office Assistant; Allied A outh; Bowling; Tennis; Pep Club CO-EDITORS — Ruth Cooney, Jayne Morgan YEARBOOK TYPISTS GLADYS MARGARET WALLER Gladie — G iris’ Athletic Associa- tion; Glee Club; Pep Club: Al- lied Youth STUDENT BUSINESS MANAGER John Ottoson The Indian Staff Theresa B. Binnig Yearbook Advisor SANDRA EVELYN WETTERGREEN Chronicle; Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club LITERARY STAFF — FRONT ROW: P. Regan, B. Roscoe, R. Cooney, J. Morgan, R. Brewer, D. Dwelley, A. Bradford. SECOND ROW: 1). Brayton, A. Thomas, S. Masters, It. Lewis, B. Buckler, C. Meo. JOSEPH GERARD WARREN Cross Country; Indoor Track NANCY WARD Nan — Office Assistant; Bowling; Year Book Committee PATRICIA P. WALSH Pat RICHARD ALLEN WELLS Fat JANICE D. WELCH Jan — Girls’ Athletic Association, Board Member; Basketball; Field Hockey, Co-captain; Girls’ Soft- ball; Allied Youth 89 WILL AND PROPHECY COMMITTEE— FRONT ROW: J. Kennedy, C. Ilintlian, C. Grieve, A. McAfee, J. Mor- gan, R. Cooney, M. Scolaro, P. Pannesi, P. Mahoney, L. Lippert. SECOND ROW: A. Thomas, B. Buckler, B. Muller, M. Thompson, R. Lewis, P. Regan, B. Roscoe, I). Dwelley, A. Bradford, J. Skenderian, R. Brewer, G. Chapin, D. Mud- arri, R. Dovidio, D. Brayton, L. Anderson. The Yearbook Committee has realized that its responsibilities have offered a creative challenge. The challenge has been to put between these covers the memor- able experiences of our past three years. This we hope we have done effectively, so that in the future your yearbook will hold great meaning for you. Only through the combined efforts of many contributors, however, have we brought our work to its culmination. We should like to express our sincere apprecia- tion to all the members of the faculty and student body who have helped us in our endeavors. We sincerely hope this book is as much of a reward for you as it is for us. ALICE BARBARA WHEELER Gilbert Sullivan; Glee Club, President; Bowling; Allied Youth, Secretary JOHN MAC CORMACK WHITNEY GEORGE FRED WILLIAMS Dramatic Club MARY JEAN WILSON Bowling, Honor Roll ART STAFF— FRONT ROW: B. O’Donovan, V. Rizzo, E. Green; Mr. Coletta, Instructor; J. Fiseale. SECOND ROW: F. C. reen, C. McDougal, J. DeNapoli, B. Rowe, E. Smith, M. Sahagian, E. Larson. Iris C. Brown English Instructor RITA M. WRIGHT Hi — Cheer Leader; Chronicle; Girls’ Athletic Association; Bowl- ing; Pep Club; Allied Youth ROBERT ZARTARIAN Zart — Lunchroom Helper; Cross Country; Indoor Track; Outdoor JOSEPH CHARLES ZUFFANTI Track Irish LINDA ANN ZWINK Zwinkie — Bowling; Allied Youth 91 T.V Camera Shy JOHN ARMSTRONG ROSE AZZOLINO MARY COLLINS JOHN I). DOHERTY JOHN FLAHERTY WILLIAM FLYNN WESLEY GORMAN ANTHONY IOANNA JOANNE JOHNSON JOHN KEEFE ELIZABETH PSALTO DAVID YOUNG We Thank Our Foreign Student Fund Sponsors Mr. and Mrs. Peter Adamian Mr. and Mrs. Milton H. Anderson John Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Ara Asadorian Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Aubrey Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. Austin Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Austin Bessie B. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Barber Mary F. Barry Mrs. William R. Bibber Theresa B. Binnig Mr. Charles Blackman Mrs. Agnes C. Bray Mrs. John Brewer Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Brayton Brenda Buckler Rebecca Buttrick Renee Cadario Mr. and Mrs. Caramanis Theresa Cavalieri Lawrence Caviechi Lorraine Caviechi George S. Chapin Mr. and Mrs. A. Cipolla Mr. C. F. Collins Albert Warner Coluci Joanne Connor Mrs. Joseph Connor Mr. Joseph Connor Mr. I .awrence Connor Mrs. M arcella Cooney Panos Constant Ann Couser Shirley Cox Janet Cram Katharine Crones Edward C. Curtis Linda Currier Joseph D ' Arrigo Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Davidson Pauline Deal Marcia De Sousa Souran Der Ananian The Donaldson Family Mary E. Donovan Mr. and Mi s. Gaetano Dovidio Arline Dow Mrs. Margaret Downey Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Downs Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Doyle Linda Fahnley Rhoda M. Fahnley Carol Fannon Mr. and Mrs. II. F antazian Herbert Farnsworth Ellen Fitzpatrick Mr. and Mrs. John Flatley Robert Fletcher Jane Foley Susan J. Foster John Francis Virginia Gambardella Gordon It. Gavel Mr. and Mrs. Geagan Ara Gechijian Jackie Gentile Lee Gera Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gilfeather Dorothy Gimblett Walter O. Glasspool Barbara Gomes Susan Goodenough William Goodenough Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gorelchenka Mr. and Mrs. Allan Green E. Gerald Grey Mr. and Mrs. Allan Grieve Claudia Guiiiani Richard Hadley Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hallos Robert Haines Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Hanson Mrs. Catherine Harrigan Tom Harrington Gladys C. Hartwig (Mrs.) Mr. and Mrs. Claude T. HarVey Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hintlian Mr. and Mrs. Derail Hintlian Dr. and Mrs. Alvin II. Howell Mr. and Mrs. S. Douglass Hurd Richard Iannessa Grace R. Jerardi Carl A. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. John E. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Judge Victor Kahofer Mr. and Mrs. George F. Kelley Miss Barbara Ann Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Murdock Edward Kelly Mr. and Mrs. James C. Kennedy Jean Kerr Mrs. George M. Khoury Joyce Kilpatrick Virginia King Philip Kuhn Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Lanoue Judie LeShane Lillian Leverone Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Lewis Mrs. II. O. Lewis Rev. W. W. Lewis F. T. Lind Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lippert Mrs. J. D. MacDougall In memory of Gordon MacLeod ’37 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Mahoney Joan and Charlene Margosian Jean Martens Richard J. Martin Anne McAfee Mr. William J. McGrath Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Mcllwaine Anna Medzorian Claire Marie Meo Mrs. John Miele Mrs. K. B. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Miller William L. Mills Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Moore Judith Mullen Richard A. Najarian Marshall Newton Robert A. Norander Christine Norwood Kevin O’Brien Hugh E. O’Donnell Beverly Olafson Carolyn O’Neil Lois O’Neill Sally Ortolano John H. Ottoson Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Pannesi Joanne Paratore Playtime Gordon Plummer Mr. and Mrs. John S. Poole Mr. and Mrs. William R. Purrier Joan Quattrocchi Thomas Ray Mrs. Robert Rehm Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Reid Vincent Restivo Frederick R. Rice Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Richardson Grace A. Richmond Mrs. Emma Rivais Connie V. Roach Claire ltobbat Donna Robinson Paul R. Robinson Mrs. James W. Roorke, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Anders E. Roos Helen Ruggiero Howard Ryan Margaret Sahagian Senior G. F. S. St. John’s Church Mrs. George Samiotes John S. Sampson Mrs. John S. Sampson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sandberg Mrs. S. Sarkisian Jimmy Sayers Mrs. Charles P. Scanlan Barbara Schaejbe Mrs. Ehrich E. M. Schreiter Mrs. Anna Schudnachowski Nancy Sedoff Paul Sefton Pat Seibel Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Sheard Mildred Siekman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Skenderiati Robert Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Spence Gail Steeves Julia Stetson Joan C. Sweeney Mrs. M. A. Sullivan Patricia Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. Claud Sweet Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Taylor Mrs. Lawrence Teel Patricia Teel John Terzian Mrs. Ariel Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Thompson Mary N. Thompson Anthony Tiberii Joan Tiberii Mr. and Mrs. John J. Tierney Mr. Joseph Tierney Edwin Tobiason Mrs. James R. Tobin Sue Tonra Robert Toscano Audrey Tremblay Joseph A. Tully Robert Twombly Judy Villari Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Walden Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Walsh Lawrence Warnock Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Warren Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Watson William K. Watson Alice Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Whitehouse Mrs. Vera Widder Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Williams Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Williams Rev. Lewis W. Williamson Mrs. Elsie P. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson Joan E. Wyman Mrs. Albert Young Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Young Beverlv Zucker 92 This book printed by VELVATONE, a special process of litho- graphic printing. Sole producers: Wm. J. Keller Inc., Buffalo, N. No other printing firm is authorized to use the Velvatone method. FRONT ROW: R. Fuller, G. Cronin, P. Tartarini, P. Tamis, W. Coluci, Captain G. Limerick, D. Morel, T. McDonnell, L. Cutter, J. Quinn. BACK ROW: E. Courtney, Manager ; D. Gilpatrick, R. Mattola, E. Gallucci, R. Beardsley, D. Elliot, J. Surrette, T. Apprille, S. Tierney, James Cavalieri, Coach. Baseball Coach Cavalieri started his 1957 season with only seven veterans from last year’s squad. However, a very promising J.V. Squad gave high hopes for another good season. The success of the team was clearly indicated by a record of 9 wins and 5 losses. Next year’s squad looks forward to an even greater success. ARLINGTON BASEBALL SCHEDULE 1957 April 16 Brookline Arl. 13 Opp. 0 April 18 at Waltham 10 3 April 24 at Newton 2 7 April 26 Watertown 0 1 April 30 at Cambridge 9 2 May 2 at Medford 2 5 May 7 at Rindge 20 2 May 10 at Brookline 7 0 May 14 Waltham 7 8 May 17 Newton 1 8 May 21 at Watertown 5 3 May 24 Cambridge 12 3 May 27 at Belmont Rain May 29 Medford 12 0 May 31 Rindge 16 1 COACHES James Cavalieri Robert Hill 2 Touchdown Club This club, founded in 1944, is made up of a group of citizens in the community who are interested in helping the youth of Arlington. At the annual May meeting the Club entertains the students of A. H. S. at a banquet who are on the ath- letic squads, or who play any role in the athletic pic- ture, such as the band, cheerleaders, etc. The highlight of this occasion is the Frederick V. Ostergren Memorial Award, a Lord and Lady Elgin Watch, given each year to the tw r o outstanding athletes of the senior class. The winners of 1957 were Jane Walker and George Limerick. SENIOR PROM AT THE TOTEM POLE f , ) 1 ,1 OlJ On our Class Day 1957 ■■ £5® • Jwp !• ri • HM| We Graduated Then Islington i,Jr ‘ »■ E i ft ji Student Council The student council not only serves as a link between the students and the school administrators, but it has also become active in sponsoring a foreign student ex- change program. For the past two years we have had a student from Turkey and Sweden, and expect one from Germany in September. Last summer Claire Meo went to Germany and this summer Cynthia Rugg will travel to Sweden and Sean Tierney to Portugal. We would like to thank all the sponsors who gave their support in making this program a success. Donna E. Robinson President, Student Council David Allen Jay Anderson Carol Aries Mr. and Mrs. John Ashton Mr. H. O. Austin Mr. Mario E. Azzali Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Barnhill Mrs. E. R. Barker Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bartolone Mr. and Mrs. Dave Beirfield Mrs. Harry Belcher Peter Berg Mrs. N. V. Bicknell Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bilafer Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blackman Mrs. Bolduc Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bolduc Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Borghesani E. A. Boyajian Mrs. H. W. Boynton Arnold Bradford Bob Brewer Mrs. Bricketh June Butler Mrs. Francis Callahan A. Carino Mrs. L. G. Carter Mrs. Cary Mr. Chace Mr. F. S. Chapman F. Coda Mrs. Collins Cathy Collins Pat Collins Joseph Coletta Wilma H. Connell Mrs. C. T. Cook Mr. and Mrs. A. Coppella L. Corcoran Mrs. Marie Cote Beverly Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Deal Paul Deal Mrs. Albert C. Dege Mr. and Mrs. Delano Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dellevo Gloria DeNapoli Mr. and Mrs. J. DeNapoli Mr. and Mrs. Rex Depew Marcia DeSousa George Devria Dickie Mrs. Doran Miss Dow W. R. Dunn Mr. F. R. Dunton David Dwelley The Eliassons Blanche E. Ewell Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Fantasia W. A. Finley Mr. Howard Flanagan John Flatley Mr. and Mrs. Allen Fletcher Mr. Robert Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. Fred Forg Miss Florence Forsyth Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Fortey Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Foster Robert Friziello Frotsis Paul Fulmore Joseph Gatto Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Gera Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gilfeather Girls’ Club Martha Giuffre Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Giuliane Gersh Goldberg Claire Julie Gould David Govenar Faith Green C. B. Gustafson Brenda Hadley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hadley Mr. Charles Harrington Thomas Hawkes Mr. Hayden James M. Ilealy Mrs. W. B. Henderson Florence Herson Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Herzig Libby Hill Mrs. Hines Mrs. E. P. Holland Mr. and Mrs. Horace Homer Alvin Howell Mrs. S. D. Hurd Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Hutchinson Virginia Hutchinson A1 Jamgochian Mrs. C. Johnson C. A. Johnson Miss Mary Julian Mr. and Mrs. P. Kaloostian Mrs. Francis Keefe Mr. Kenny J. A. Kerig Grace E. Kinsman Mr. Charles Kirschbaum Mrs. Kranfuss Flora Lang Regina Lang Mrs. Lillian Larson Dr. James LaValle Mrs. W. S. Law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leahy Mrs. Herbert Leary Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Leary Nathan E. Lieberman Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lincoln Harold G. Lord Mrs. S. Lucile Mrs. William Luther Mary MacNeil Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Madden Mrs. D. P. Mahoney Mrs. C. Margosian Donna Mason Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Masters Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Masters Doc McCarty Albert McConnell Helen McDonald Dr. Walter J. McDonough Mr. McKenna F. McMillen Miss Ann McNally Mrs. McNeely Mr. Meikle Marietta Mele Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Meo Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Meyer Miss Margaret Miller Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Mitchell Pat Monahan Bill Moore James Moore Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. J. Muller Mr. Kenneth Mutch Dr. Albert Nahigian J. Nille Ingrid Christina Nyqvist Mr. and Mrs. John O’Connor Nancy O’Leary Mr. and Mrs. A. Henry Ottoson Mr. and Mrs. I. Pacini Mrs. Mary Parker Robert Patterson, Jr. George J. W. Pennington Franca Perre A. J. Phelan Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Pitts John Poingdester Mr. J. P oisson Mrs. William Powers Mr. Prindle A1 Regetto Mr. and Mrs. Reingold Mr. and Mrs. Alden B. Richardsor Mrs. Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Donald Robinson Penny Ruiz Mr. and Mrs. A. Russian Mrs. Edward Sabbian Mr. and Mrs. Kristo Samsury Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scolaro Mrs. Sennott Mrs. George Shea Mr. Robert Shea Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Simonds Mr. and Mrs. Skenderian Mrs. C. W. Skinner Charles Skinner Mrs. W. J. Slagle Janice Slocum Mrs. Smith Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Spaniack Mrs. Staff Mr. A. H. Staffon Mr. Sullivan Peter Tamis Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thompson Marshall Thomson Joan Tiberii Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Thompson J. A. Tognazzi, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Toomey Marion C. Tully Miss Virginia Vassil Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vendice W. J. Walker Nancy Ward Joseph Warren Joseph G. Warren Rita F. Warren Thomas L. 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