Arlington High School - Indian Yearbook (Arlington, MA)

 - Class of 1959

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ROBBINS LIBRARY, ARLINGTON. MASSACHUSETTS 3 4860 00725 9838 I»v--.. t. I V;.fiSa ;rVv? ' V ' 7.;:-Vkv ' .- . f - ' ..• ti ; f: 1 i ' •■ ■ !. ■ ' ’■i ' ' ■ i ■ -iy :■ K- -i ,7 7 ■;» r ■■■ . ' ; k .V- ' : • , ■ :, . o . 4 ' t .• - ' . vJ. if ' :, ' ja r 35 n ;■ ' if " ' •■ ■ ■ ' 4 i The unusual demands of our day have increased the pressure upon graduating seniors. With the quickening pace in the scientific, social and education- al fields unfold numerous op- portunities which will be en- countered by today’s youth of America. The future of the en- tire world, to a great extent, depends on the preparation and the courage with which our high school graduates meet these chal- lenges. Their training must have key importance, for it moulds this country’s future leaders in their formative years. Through our experience and studies in Arlington High School, we have acquired a solid founda- tion with which we can go on to build outstanding achievements, both individually and collectively. Foreivord Administration Seniors Athletics Activities Row I: Rufina Helmer, Lena M. Manning, Iris C. Brown, Alexandra Krastin, Eleanor F. Byam, Agnes C. Bray. Row 2: Eileen Johnson, Arlene Dow, Mary M. O’Connell, George A. Lincoln, Head of Department; Ann Couser, Sylvia L. Saslow, Elizabeth W. Sampson. DEDICATION We, the students of the class of 1959, owe a great debt to the teachers of Arlington High School. In particular, we are indebted to the members of the English Department for the considerate help and guidance that they have kindly given us throughout our eventful years in high school. These dedicated teachers have fostered in us habits in reading, writing, and speaking — useful training which we not only have used to advantage in English but also in other subjects. Without an extensive background in English, we would have been greatly hindered in our daily tasks. Truly, our debt to the English Depart- ment of Arlington High School is one we can never repay. As a tribute to these devoted teachers, we gratefully dedicate our class year book to them. Their untiring efforts in our behalf have without doubt prepared us to go on to achieve success in our further education and in our future careers. 4 a ■ S5 It is a pleasant but serious privilege to record a message to the Senior Class each year. The completion of required work for graduation signifies the accomplishment of a goal. Whatever the future may be for each of the members of the Class of 1959 it is my wish that your ambitions and desires may be realized and that your days at Arlington High School may have contributed in a small way to the realization of these objectives. H. fS) Principal Gerard G. Kemp Assistant Principal Theresa B. Binnig Dean of Girls Guy A. Petralia Assistant Principal 6 Row I: Roberta J. Flexer, Douglass L. Eaton, Head of Depart- ment; Elmer E. Barber. Row 2: Michael Bezubka, John S. Sampson, Joseph Papandrea, James A. Cavalieri. MATHEMATICS Row I: Charles W. Skinner, Gerard G. Kemp, -Head of Depart- ment; Raymond S. Kroll, Row 2; Frank Santosiiosso, Everett L. Reed, Jr., Richard Y. Coombs. Row I: Georce F. Fusco, Leslie H. Barrett, Mora C. Rawlings, S OCIAL STUDIES Carl A. Johnson, Head of Department; Row 2: Perley H. Thompson, Frank M. Kotchin, George P. Lowder, James E. Kelley. MODERN LANGUAGES Guy A. Petralia, Head of Department; Grace R. Jerardi, Bessie B. Bailey, Roy S. Bradbury. Mary E. Donovan, Dorothy Rounds. LATIN Row I: Mary L. Miller, W. Ray Burke, Head of Department; Mary N. Thompson. Row 2: Glenna Kelly, Hope F. Jones, Russell S. Wallace, William T. Gibbs, Theresa B. Binnig, Edith W. Phinney. COMMERCIAL Row 1: Mary F. Barry, Ellen B. Fitzpatrick, Director; E Christine Norwood. Row 2: Bruce S. Gordon, Margaret A Downey, Secretary. GUIDANCE Row 1: Sydney J. Sandberger, Howard E. Danforth, Charles Fagone. Row 2: Ronald J. Whitmore, Laurence P. Arthur. MANUAL ARTS HOME IE Row 1: Josephine T. Lee, May E. Campbell, Supervisor Florence E. Forsyth. Row 2: Efhe G. McEwen, Mary E ECONOMICS Green PHYSICAL EDUCATION Nancy L. Anderson, Christine Fiorenza Gladys C. Hartwig Secretary Eileen L. Callahan Assistant Secretary Barbara K. Hallos, R.N. Medical Department Genevieve J. Humphrey Industrial Arts Gerald A. Robinson Art Director Row 1 : James I. Terranova, Marian F. Mc- Grath, Secretary: Harry J. Patterson, Director; William J. Doherty, Francis V. Kirk. Row 2: William V. Delaney, Norman R. Jacobsen, Ed- mund J. Lewis, Malcolm L. Allen, Walter C. Verney. VOCA TIONAL SENIORS CLASS OFFICERS Lindsay Collier, Treasurer Ann C. Castaldini, Secretary George W. Gilfeather, Jr., President Sonja B. Kangas, Vice President 14 MEMORIAM JUDITH ANN HAWKINS ' God in His infinite wisdom has provided a place for all of us in His plans ' RICHARD CLAYTON ABBOTT Dick 19a Lafayette Street Football J.V. 1. I GEORGE EDSON ACORN 67 Chester Street Cross Country 2. CAROLYN ELIZABETH AHLBERG Carol 229 Highland Avenue PAUL JOSEPH AIKEN 87 North Union Street Hockey V. 1, 2, Captain 3. BRUCE DUSTIN ALDERSON Aldy 94 Oakland Avenue JOHN ROBERT ALLEN Jackie 75 Wildwood Avenue Allied Youth 3; Student Council President, 3; Base- ball J.V. 1, V. 3; Football J.V. 1, V. 2; Hockey 1, V. 3. FERNANDO ALONSO 8 Kensington Road LORNA LESLIE ANDERSON Lorn 38 Tanager Street G.A.A. 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Bowling 1. 16 1959 DONALD WILLIAM AVERY Don 270 Park Avenue Allied Youth 3; Chess 1, 2, 3; Library Corps I, 2, Pres- ident 3; Orchestra I, Vice President 2, 3. MARYANN AUSTIN Ann 15 Bartlett Avenue Allied Youth 2, 3; Chron- icle 1, 2, Circidation Man- ager 3; G.A.A. Board Mem- ber I, 2, 3; Office Assistant 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Secretary, Junior Class: Basketball J.V. 1, 2. V. 3; Field Hockey J.V. L V. 2. 3; Softball J.V. 1, 2, V. 3; Swimming 2; Senior Life Saving 2. THOMAS J. APPRII I E 70 Decatur Street Baseball V. L 2, 3; Foot- ball J.V. I, V. 2, Co-Cap- tain 3; Hockey V. 1, 2, 3. RENE E. ARNAUD 5 Ernest Road Chess 1, 3. JUDITH YVONNE BAKER Jndy 235 Pheasant Avenue Allied Youth 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; G. S. 3. ROBERT THOMAS BANCROFT Boh 1277 Massachusetts Avenue ELIZABETH MARY AZARIAN Betty 15 Radcliffe Road Allied Youth 1,2, 3; Chron- icle 2, 3. GERALD BANKS 23 Joyce Road Jerry MARY ANN BARRY 35 Aerial Street Allied Youth 1,2, 3; Chron- icle 2, 3; G.A.A. 1. 17 MARY CONSTANCE BARRY 995 Massachusetts Avenue Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chron- icle 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2. 3; Basketball J.V. 1. RICHARD N. BATES Dick 24 Candia Street ELIZABETH MARIE BEATRICE Liz 124 Brooks Avenue Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 2, 3. HELENE EMMA BECKER 33 Milton Street Allied Youth 3. VIRGINIA MARIE BENINATI Giniiy 86 Egerton Road Allied Youth 3; Office As- sistant 3; R.V.T. 2; Year- book Staff 3; Bowling 2, 3. CATHERINE BERLINGHIERI Cathy 123 Varnum Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 2, Co- Treasurer 3; G. S. 3; Latin Club Consiil-Secitn- diis, Thesaurus 3; Library Corps 2, 3; Office Assistant 1; R.V.T. 1; Tennis 2; Swimming 2. PAUL L. BICKNELL Bick 285 Massachusetts Avenue Cross County 1, 2; Indoor Track 1, 2, 3. 18 1959 ROGER FRANCIS BORGHESANI 73 Columbia Road Golf 1, 2, 3. PRISCILLA JEAN BLAISDELL 89 Ridge Street Allied Youth I, 2, 3; Chronicle 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; Majorettes 3. CHARLES PETER BLACKMON Pete 15 Linden Street PHYLLIS ANN BIRTWELL 70 Margaret Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 2, 3; G.A.A. I, 2, 3; Basket- ball squad 1. MIRIAM DOROTHEA BITZER Mim 39 Forest Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 2 Copy Editor 3; G.A.A. I, 2, 3; Office Assistant 3; Yearbook Staff 3. WILLIAM FRANCIS BRADY 276 Gray Street Allied Youth 3; Projection Club 2, 3. LINDA JOAN BRETSCHER Lin 48 Melrose Street Chronicle 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Junior Sextet 2; Harmonetfes 3; Office Assistant 1 ; Yearbook Staff 3. BETTY CLAIRE BOROYAN 175 Washington Street Cheerleader 2, Co-head 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Office As- sistant 1; Student Council 3; Basketball squad 1. LAWRENCE JOSEPH BOYINGTON Larry 55 Cleveland Street 19 JOHN PATRICK CASSIDY 70 Varnum Street Cass Km0fl5 ANN CHRISTINE CASTALDINI 89 Oxford Street Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chron- icle 1, 2, 3; G. S. 3; Sec- retary, Senior Class. FRANCIS JOSEPH CASTELLUCCI Frank 25 Puritan Road Allied Youth 3. GERALD C. CEGLIA Ceggie 5 1 Hemlock Street Allied Youth 3; G. S. 1, 2 Treasurer, 3 President; Glee Club 1; Lunchroom Helper 3; Student Council 3; Football V. 2, 3; Indoor Track V. 3; Student Govern- ment Delegate, State House. HARRY STINSON CENTER 15 Cliff Street G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Projection Club 1. CAROL ANN CHANDLER 3 Norcross Street Honor Roll, Office Assist- ant 3; Bowling 2; Yearbook Staff 3. AMY J. M. CHANG 79 Tufts Street Dramatic Club 1; Office As- sistant 1; Honor Roll. WALTER C. CHAPIN 56 River Street Lunchroom Treasurer 3. 22 1959 VALERIE ANNE CHISHOLM Veil 17 Claremont Avenue Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Art Club 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Bowling 2, 3; Field Hockey 2, 3; Swim- ming 2. CHARLES FRANCIS CHISHOLM 41 Massachusetts Avenue Hockey V. 1, 2, 3. SANDRA CHAPMAN Sandy 29 Ottawa Road Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chron- icle 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2; Office Assistant 1, 3; Yearbook Staff; Bowling 1; Softball squad 1 . FRANCES ANN CHERONE Fran 272 Oakland Avenue NICHOLAS J. CIRILLO Nick 18 Virginia Road ' BARBARA MARIE CLARK Barb 4 Park Terrace Allied Youth 2, 3; Chron- icle 2, 3. PETER GRANT CLEVELAND 144 Webster Street Chronicle 2, 3; Stock Room Helper 3; Lab. Assistant 2, 3. PETER JORDAN CLIFFORD 62 Windmill Lane Chess 2, 3. ROBERT JAMES CLOHERTY 115 Newland Road Cloe 23 PATRICIA CAROL COBUZZI Pat 448 Concord Turnpike Dramatic Club 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 3; Modern Dance 2; Office Assistant 2; Basketball 1, squad 2; Field Hockey J.V. 2; Softball squad 2. HIKOflJ LINDSAY COLLIER Lins 208 Mystic Street Treasurer, Junior and Senior Class. ANN PATRICIA COLLINS 23 Water Street RICHARD COLLINS 15 Cross Street Football J.V. 1, 2; V. 3. ROSEMARY CLARE COLLINS Rory 17 Puritan Road Library Corps 1, 2; Softball squad 1; Tennis 1. WILLIAM MARTIN COLLINS 553 Summer Street Football J.V. 1, V. Hockey V. 1, 2, 3. CAROLYN MEREDITH COOMBES Charlie 1 1 1 Gloucester Street Chronicle 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 1; G. S. 1, 2. 3; Glee Club 1; Choir 2. KEVIN E. COONEY Kev 745 Summer Street Baseball J.V. 1. Billy 2. 3; 1959 JANE ANN COVENEY 57 Lake Street Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; Yearbook staff; Basketball squad 1 . ERIC RICHARD COSMAN Bo 15 Ridge Street Chess 1, 2, 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Co- Editor; NATO Representa- tive; Honor Roll. HELEN THERESA CORTESE 350 Massachusetts Avenue Lexington Office Assistant 1, 2. RICHARD HENRY COY Teddy Bear 12 Park Street MAUREEN SPIERS CRAIG 40 Washington Street Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 2; G. S. 2. 3; Glee Club 2; Girls’ Choir 3; Office As- sistant 2, 3; Tennis 2; Swim- ming 2. Q. PHILLIP FRANCIS CRIMMINGS Saleh 48 Chatham Street .SALLY ELAINE CORBIN 37 Robin Hood Road Cheerleader 2, 3; Ci.A.A. I, 2 . NANCY CORISH 78 Richfield Road Allied Youth I, 2, Vice President 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; Chronicle 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, Board Member 2, 3; Basket- ball squad I, 2, V. 3; Field Hockey J.V. I, V. 2, 3; Ten- nis I, V. Captain 2, 3. 25 MARILYN E. CULLEN 16 Henderson Street WILLIAM JOSEPH CULLEN Bill 1111 Massachusetts Avenue Student Council 3; Year- book Committee. ANNE LOUISE CURRAN 69 Fisher Road MARION RUTH CUTTER Riirhie 29 Bartlett Avenue Allied Youth 3. PAUL FRANCIS DAHILL 94 Harlow Street Chess 1, 2, 3; Art Club 3; Library Corps 1. 2; Year- book staff 3. JANET LUCILLE DALE 135 Scituate Street Dramatic Club 1, Vice President 2, President 3; G.A.A. L 2; Lunchroom Helper 3; Field Hockey, squad 1. ANTHONY FRANK D’ANGELO 97 Varnum Street WILLIAM ROBERT DANIELL BiUy 45 Hibbert Street Lunchroom Helper 2, 3. JEAN MARIE DANNENBERG Jeannie 25 Glen Avenue Chronicle 1, 3; G.A.A. 1. 2, 3; Bowling 2; Field Hockey J.V. 2, V. 3; Tennis 1. T ony 26 1959 JAMES WILLIAM DELANEY Jim 33 Old Middlesex Path JOHN ROBERT DANNENBERG 48 Kenilworth Road Triadelphia High School Wheeling, West Virginia Class Vice President 1; Stu- dent Council Member 2; Student Council Vice Presi- dent 3; Hi-Y 2; Hi-Y Chap- lain 3; Track 1, 2. JOHN FRANK DAVID 35 Chandler Street Lunchroom He lper 3. MARY ANN DeMITA Marie 21 Westminster Avenue Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; Office Assistant 3; Year- book staff 3. HOWARD GEORGE DESHLER Buddy 30 Magnolia Street Bowling 1, 2, 3. RONALD JOSEPH DEVEAUX 14 Cottage Avenue Honor Roll, Allied Youth 3; Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Football J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. BRADFORD DILLMAN Dill Chesterfield Avenue Billerica Yearbook Committee. PATRICIA MARIE DiSESSA 88 Fairmont Street Pat BARBARA A. DOHERTY Bobbie 74 Sunset Road Allied Youth 3. PETER R. DOHERTY 23 Heard Road ANN DEBRA DONAVAN 377 Massachusetts Avenue JEROME DONOVAN Niki 150 Massachusetts Avenue G. S. 3; Lunchroom Helper 1, 3; Baseball V. 2; Basketball V. 1. V. Captain 2, V. 3; Football V. 1,2, 3. SHEILA FRANCES DONOVAN 37 Ridge Street Chronicle 2, 3; Art Club Vice President 2; President 3; G.A.A. 1; Glee Club 1; Latin Club Consul Primus 3; Yearbook Art Editor 3; Tennis 1. FREDERICK C. DOOE Sammy 175 Park Avenue Dramatic Club 1, 2. ANN RITA DORAN 264 Broadway CHARLES FRANCIS DOUCETTE Charlie 230 Florence Avenue Baseball Manager 3; Basket- ball Manager 3; Football Manager 3. i I 28 1959 MARGARET ANN EGAN Peggy 8 Longmeadow Road G.A.A. 2, 3; Yearbook Staff; Lunchroom Helper; Office Assistant. JEAN MARIE EGAN Jeannic 35 Bonad Road Chronicle 2, 3; G. S. 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Tennis 1, V. 2. MARY CELINE DOYLE 72 Everett Street Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; Bowling 2, 3. DANIEL E. DOYLE Danny 81 Oakland Avenue CAROL JUNE DOUGHTY 197 Westminster Avenue Chronicle 3; G. S. 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Library Corps 1, 2; Bowling I, 2, 3. CAROLINE ELIOPOULOS Coroll 33 Fairmont Street DAVID WILLIAM ELLIOTT 276 Massachusetts Avenue Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2. ALICE ANN ERHARDT 33 Magnolia Street Chronicle 3; G. S. 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 3; Library Corps 1, 2, Vice President 3; Bowling 1, 2, 3. JOAN ELIZABETH ERICKSON 60 Claremont Avenue Honor Roll Dramatic Club 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 1, 2. Secretary 3; Office Assistant 2, 3; Basketball squad 1, 2. 29 1959 ELEANOR ANN FEROLITO 65 Lake Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Office Assistant 3; Yearbook staff 3; Basketball, squad 1; Field Llockey, squad 1. ELAINE MARY FEROLITO 65 Lake Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Office Assistant 3; Yearbook staff 3; Basketball, squad 1; Field Hockey, squad 1 . MARILYN ANN FEEHAN 20 Belknap Street CAROLYN ANN FAWCETT 121 Varnum Street CAROLYN FARRINGTON Gay 54 Fisher Road Dramatic Club 1, 2; Office Assistant 1, 2, 3. LOUIS LAWRENCE FIATO 58 Cleveland Street Baseball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. ELIZABETH ANN FINNEGAN Betty 79 Spy Pond Parkway Honor Roll: Chronicle 1, Exchange Editor 2, Editor- In-Chief 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; G. S. 2, 3; Library Corps 2, Secretary 3. EDWARD JOHN FIORENZA Fi-Fi 82 Marathon Street ELLEN A. FITZGERALD Kenny 19 Regis Road VIRGINIA MARGARET GAMBARDELLA Ginriy 503 Appleton Street G.A.A. 1, 2. JOHN ROBERT GALVIN 21 Valley Road Chronicle 3. PATRICIA ANN GALLAGHER Pat 7 Webster Street Honor Roll: Glee Club 1; Office Assistant I, 2. 3; Yearbook Staff. GEORGE WILLIAM GILFEATHER 126 Newport Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chron- icle 1; Student Council 1; President, Junior and Senior Classes. RICHARD FRANCIS GILGUN 38 Hemlock Street G. S. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1 , 2 . DAVID JOSEPH GILPATRICK Shorty 14 Teel Street Place Baseball V. 1, 2, 3; Basket ' ball V. 1, 2, Captain 3. MICHAEL GLENN Mike 17 Sagamore Road Chess 1; Chronicle 1, 2, 3; Art Club 3; Library Corps 1,2, 3; Projection Club 2, 3. ROBERT ARMSTRONG GOLDEN Bob 20 Eliot Road Football V. 2, 3 1; Indoor Track V. 1, 2, 3. 33 MARCIA LEE GOLDSMITH Lee 10 Old Colony Road Allied Youth 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; G. S. 3. BARBARA MARIE GOMES 29 Silk Street Honor Roll: Chronicle I, 2, Assistant Editor 3; Dra- matic Club 3; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Latin Club Scriba 3; Library Corps 2, 3; R.V.T. 2. 3; Glee Club 1; G. S. 1, 2, 3. n(0fl5 HELEN AGNES GRECO Penny 31 Richfield Road Chronicle 3; G. S. 3; Glee Club 2; Girls’ Choir 3; Bowling 2, 3. CLAUDIA ANN GUILIANI 59 Overlook Road Chronicle 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3 ANTHONY J. GREY T on V 121 Scituate Street GERALD GRACI Jerry 55 Lafayette Street Cross Country 1, 2, Co- captain 3: Indoor Track 1, 2, 3. JOHN JAMES GRECO Mafia 439 Appleton Street Allied Youth 3; G. S. 3; Football V. 3; Indoor Track 2, 3. ALLAN CURTIS GREEN A! 28 Buena Vista Road EDWARD FRANCIS GOODWIN 67 Thorndike Street Allied Youth 2, 3; G. S. 1, 3; Indoor Track 1, 2, 3. t (959 JOHN JOSEPH HANLEY 59 Tufts Street Baseball J.V. I; V. 2, 3; Basketball J.V. I; V. 2, 3; Football J.V. 1; V. 2, 3. ' I ROBERT ALEXANDER HAMES Boh 23 Eustis Street PATRICIA MARY HAGAN Pat 9 Carl Road Allied Youth 3; Chroniele 3; G.A.A. I, 2, 3; Bowling I; Softball 2. K GERALDINE RUTH GULLION Geri 31 Lakehill Avenue RICHARD BRADFORD HADLEY Richie 28 Surry Road CAROLAN MARIE HANSEN 19 Mary Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club Co-Treas- urer 2, 3; G. S. 3; Library Corps 2. LINDA MAY HARDY 219 Lowell Street Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 3; G. S. 3; Glee Club 1; Bowling 1, 2, 3. JOHN PHILIP HARRISON Johnny 247 Park Avenue Chronicle 3; Library Corps 3; R.V.T. 3. 35 FRANK CHARLES HART 60 Henderson Street Bowling 2. JOHN THOMAS HAWKES Jack 20 Langley Road Golf V. 1, 2, 3; Hockey V. 2, 3. SUZANNE HAWKINS Sue 55 Eustis Street Dramatic Club 3; Glee Club 1 . DAVID ALLAN HAYWARD Woody 38 Sunset Road i I KEVIN ARTHUR HEFFLER 48 Huntington Road Allied Youth 3; Chess 1, 2, 3; Chronicle 1,2, 3. BARBARA CLAIRE HERZIG 64 Lake Street Honor Roll; Chronicle 3; Glee Club 2; Girls’ Choir 3; Library Corps 1, 2, 3; R.V.T. 1, 2, President 3; Bowling 2, 3. ! • ROBERT FRANCIS HILL 1171 Massachusetts Avenue KEVIN FRANCIS HIGGINS 123 Oakland Avenue 36 JAMES MICHAEL HURLEY 17 Draper Avenue Jim 1959 ALVIN HAROLD HOWELL Harry 12 Lincoln Street Allied Youth President 3; Baseball J.V. 1; Hockey V. 1, 2, 3. PAULINE KAREN HOLSON Polly 36 Eastern Avenue Chronicle 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2; Art Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 1; G. S. 2; Year- book Staff 2; Field Hockey, squad 1; Tennis class 2, 3. MARGARET MARY HOGAN 14 Newport Street Allied Youth 1, 2; Chron- icle 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; G. S. 3; Office Assistant 2; Basket- ball 1, squad 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, J.V. 2, V. 3; Softball 1, 2, 3. f PAUL RICHARD HOGMAN 38 School Street Cross Country 1, 2, 3; In- door Track 2, 3. 37 PATRICIA IRENE HURLEY Pat 42 Old Mystic Street Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Cheer- leader 3; Chronicle 2; G.A.A. 1, Treasurer 2, 3; Library Corps 1; Office As- sistant 2; Basketball Squad 1, 2, V. 3; Field Hockey Manager 2; Softball Man- ager 1, Squad 2, V. 3; Swimming 2; Sr. Life Sav- ing 2. STANLEY CHARLES HUTCHINSON Hutch 36 Michael Street Cross Country 1, Captain 2, Co-Captain 3; Indoor Track V. 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM FOSTER ICETON 70 Edmund Road ROBERT JAMES JAMIESON Boh 43 Williams Street GREGORY G. KALOMIRIS 53 Amsden Street KENNETH KALUSTIAN Buck}’ 53 Mt. Vernon Street Football J.V., 1. SONJA BELL KANGAS 44 Egerton Road Allied Youth 2, 3; Chron- icle 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; G. S. 3; Office Assistant 2, 3; Stu- dent Council 1; Class Vice President 2, 3. JAMES KARATHEODORE 113 Varnum Street DONALD HARRIS KATZ Don 18 Ashland Street Chess 1; Chronicle 1, 2, Business Manager 3; De- bating 1, 2, 3. ROBERT KEARNEY 24 Winter Street Chronicle 3; G. S. 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL PAUL KEEFE 3 Park Street Place KATHLEEN MARIE KELLEY Kathy 109 Medford Street Allied Youth 3; G.A.A. 1. PAULINE MARY KELLY 97 Mystic Street Honor Roll; Chronicle 3; Office Assistant ’3; Year- book Staff 3. DEBORAH M. LANCE Debhy 159 George Street Allied Youth 1, Vice Presi- dent 2, 3; Chronicle 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Office Assistant 2, 3; Stu- dent Council 2, 3; Basket- ball class 1. — DAVID GORDON LANG Dave 94 Brooks Avenue Chronicle 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; G. S. 3; Orches- tra 2. MARY J. LANNAN 171 Franklin Street PAULA MAE LARKIN 22 Lanark Road Honor Roll; Allied Youth 3; G.A.A. 1; Lunchroom Helper 3; Office Assistant 3; Yearbook Staff; Basketball class 1. WILLIAM FRANCIS LARKIN III Biff 103 Spy Pond Parkway GLORIA J. LARSON Glow 1 Ic Dudley Street HAROLD RICHARD LARSON Hal 30 Berkeley Street Chess 1, 2, 3; Chronicle 1, 2; Physics Lab. Assistant 3. ROBERT FRANCIS LeCLAIRE Bob 5 Acton Street EILEEN FRANCES LEE 19 Glen Avenue Allied Youth 3. 40 1959 PAULINE JUNE LINCOLN Paulie 23 Linden Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chron- icle 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 3; Majorettes 2, Co-head 3; Office Assistant 2, 3; Bas- ketball 1, squad 2, 3. VICTOR RAPHAEL LEPORE Vic 108 Milton Street JONATHAN PAUL LEONARD 31 Walnut Street Allied Youth 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; G. S. 3. ) JUDITH GALE LENNON 52 Beacon Street Office Assistant 3. BARBARA DORIS LIND Barbs 17 Orlando Avenue Honor Roll; Allied Youth 2, 3; Cheerleaders 2, Co- Captain 3; G.A.A. Beard Member 1, 2, 3; Office As- sistant 1; Student Council 2, 3; Basketball J.V. 1, 2; Field Hockey J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Softball 1, Manager 2, 3; Swimming 2; Senior Life Saving 2. PRISCILLA MAE LIPTON 5 Lockeland Avenue LINDA LITWIN Linky 18 Hillcrest Street G. S. 1,2, Vice President 3; Glee Club 2; Girls’ Choir 3; Office Assistant 3. SANDRA MARIE LOFTUS Sandy 35 Varnum Street Chronicle 3; Office Assist- ant 1, 2, 3. 41 MARGARET M. LORD Peggy 57 Bartlett Avenue Glee Club 1. HdlOflJ CHARLES RUSSELL LOWELL Charlie 71 Mystic Street Lunchroom Helper 2, 3. PETER LUCARELLI Luke 33 Pine Ridge Road Tennis 2, 3. RICHARD NICHOLAS LUCCI Dick 1 3 Cottage Avenue ROBERT LUPO Bobby 24 Brattle Street Football V. 2, 3. JAMES D. LUSSIANO Chee Chee 85 Decatur Street - MARCIA MAE LUTHER 97 Westminster Avenue Allied Youth 1; Cheerleader 2, 3; Chronicle 1; G.A.A. 1; Basketball class 1. DONALD FRANCIS Macdonald Mac 21 Laurel Street Yearbook Committee. NANCY ELEANOR MAGNUSON Maggie 16 Argyle Road Band 1, 2, Manager 3; G.A.A. 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Bowling 1,2, 3. 42 I I i i I s 1 ROSEMARY ELIZABETH MAHONEY Rosie 103 Glenburn Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Basket- ball J.V. 1, 2, V. 3; Bowling 1; Field Hockey J.V. 1, V. 3; Softball V. 1, 2, Co-Cap- tain 3. PAUL FRANCIS MAHONEY Moe 54 Exeter Street JOSEPH MAHONEY 50 Adams Street PATRICIA ANNE Moe MAHONEY Pat 69 School Street Allied Youth 1; Cheerleader 3; Chronicle 3; G.A.A. I, 2, 3; Library Corps 3; Bas- ketball class I; Bowling 1; Field Hockey squad 1. CHARLENE MARGOSIAN 144 Gloucester Street Chronicle 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; Latin Club 3; Student Council 1, 2; Swimming 2; Senior Life Saving 2. LAWRENCE EDMUND MARKS 109 Varnum Street Baseball J.V. 1. CAMILLE THERESA MARREC 1 1 Overlook Road Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Bowling 1,2, 3; Tennis 1 . i THOMAS MICHAEL MARSDEN Tom 32 Beacon Street FRANCIS JOSEPH McHUGH Frank 109 Scituate Street Indoor Track V. 2. ELEANOR MARY McGrath 25 Aerial Street Honor Roll; Chronicle 1, Girls Sport Editor 2, Fea- ture Editor 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, squad 2; Softball 1 ; Red Cross Representative; Foreign Ex- change Student to Finland Summer of 1958. JOSEPH J. McGILLlVRAY DIANNE ELIZABETH 9 Lakehill Avenue McGOOGIN DeeDee 44 Argyle Road G.A.A. 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Office Assistant 1 . THOMAS G. McHUGH Tom 9 Henderson Street Lunchroom Helper 3; Bowl- ing 2. ARTHUR FRANCIS McMAHON 39 Fairview Avenue JAMES O. MENZOIAN Jim 34 Allen Street Band 2, 3; Orchestra 1, President 2, 3. PETER JOSEPH MERCURIO Pete 27 Elmore Street Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2. MARILYN G. METIVIER 1 15 Franklin Street 45 NANCY RUTH MIANO 488 Summer Street Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; G. S. 3; Majorettes 3; Student Council Treasurer 3. JANET ARLENE MICKLE 65 Lafayette Street Office Assistant 1. EDWARD MIRAK Eddie 59 Morningside Drive PETER B. MILLER 30 Sunset Road Pete THOMAS JOSEPH MITCHELL Mitch 9 Walnut Street NANCY LINDA MORGAN Nan 152 Park Avenue Extension Office Assistant 2, 3. NANCY LOUISE MORRISON 22 Moulton Road Honor Roll; Allied Youth 3; Office Assistant 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff; Bowling 1; Tennis 1. WILLIAM C. MULDOON Mill 52 Piedmont Street JOHN ERANCIS MULLEN 45 Tufts Street 46 CHRISTINE EDLA NELSON Chris 1424 Massachusetts Avenue Office Assistant 2, 3; Year- book staff 3; Bowling 1; Tennis 1. I EDWARD STEPHEN MURRAY Sieve 107 Highland Avenue Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Yearbook staff 3; Re- porter at National Teen- Age News Conference; Cross Country V. 2; Indoor Track V. 1. 2. GEORGE BENEDICT MURPHY Murph 56 Windsor Street Allied Youth 3; G. S. 3; Football J.V. 1, V. 2, 3; Indoor Track 2, 3. EILEEN MARIE MURPHY Murph 53 Trowbridge Street Allied Youth 3. GERALDINE L. NEWTON Jerry 39 Virginia Road G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Basket- ball 1; Bowling 1, 2, 3. SAMUEL JAMES NIGRO Sam 43 Dudley Street Football V. 2, 3. KAREN ESTELLE NILSON Ken 122 Florence Avenue Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2; Office Assistant 3; Year- book staff 3; Bowling 1. JOAN MARIE NOONAN 9 Harvard Street Allied Youth 1, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; G. S. 3. 47 BARBARA ELIZABETH NORTON 1072 Massachusetts Avenue Bowling 2. MAUREEN ERANCES OBRIEN 159 Appleton Street Allied Youth 3. VIDA MARIE O ' CONNELL 24 Overlook Road Chronicle 3; G. S. 3. ELLEN O ' CONNOR 80 School Street Modern Dance 2, 3. MAUREEN THERESE O’CONNOR 37 Webster Street Allied Youth 3; G. S. 3. HENRY ROBERT O’DONNELL Boh 21 Hodge Road JAMES HARMON O ' HALLORAN Jim 13 Mill Street G. S. 3. ■ . ' . BEVERLY RUTH OLAESON Bev 51 Silk Street G. S. Accompanist 1. 2. 3; Girls’ Choir Accompa- nist 2, President 3; Har- monettes Accompanist 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1. WILLIAM CHARLES O’KEEFE Bill 1 10 Palmer Street G. S. 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2. STEVEN F. ORECH 70 Oak Hill Drive LOIS JEAN O’NEILL 17 Devereau Street Allied Youth 2, 3; Chron- icle 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; G. S. 3; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Harmonettes 2; Basketball J.V. 1, 2, V. 3; Field Hockey J.V. 1, 2, V. 3. CAROLYN JOAN O’NEIL Carol 15 Lennon Road Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1. SUSAN MARIJANE PARROTT Sue 15 Davis Avenue Allied Youth 3; Office As- sistant 1, 3. RICHARD MICHAEL PASS Dick 159 Jason Street HENRY DAVID PERRY Dave 73 Varnum Street EDWARD ARTHUR PETERS 30 Eustis Street JOEL PAUL PEEIFEER Joe 30 Richfield Road G. S. 3; Glee Club 2, 3. ROBERT JOHN PIGOTT 61 Mystic Street CECILIA LOUISE PICARD Cecile 15 Fremont Court Lunchroom Helper 1, 2; Office Assistant 1, 2, 3. PAUL PIOTTE 9 Colby Road Allied Youth 3; G. S. 2, 3; Football J.V. 1. PAULA JOSEPHINE PITT 39 Florence Avenue Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3; Art Club 3; G. S. 3; " Office Assistant 2. 50 CAROL JEAN RICHARDS 66 Sutherland Road Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2; Office Assistant 3; Year- book staff. I DAVID N. RIVENBURG 13 Mayflower Road Library Corps 2, 3; Projec- tion Club 2, 3. CLAIRE ELIZABETH ROBBAT 26 Frost Street Honor Roll: Chronicle 1, 2. 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; Office As- sistant 1, 2. 3; Student Council 2, Vice President 3; Allied Youth 1, 2, 3. GEORGIANNA TONI ROBERTO Cookie 53 Park Street WINSTON A. ROBERTS Winnie 42 Tanager Street PETER GRIFFITH ROBERTSON 72 Jason Street JEROME LEE ROBERTSON Jerry 12 Intervale Road DAVID ARTHUR ROBINSON Robhy 29 Teel Street LINDA LOUISE ROBY Lynn 353 Gray Street Cheerleaders 2. 3; G.A.A. L 2. 52 1959 DIANE JEAN SALVUCCI Di 326 Mystic Street Glee Club 1; Office Assist- ant 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3. DIANE PATRICIA SACCO 41 Lancaster Road Honor Roll; Chronicle 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Modern Dance 2; Basketball J.V. 1, 2, V. 3; Field Hockey J.V. 1, 2, V. 3; Softball V. 1,2, 3. DIANE R. RUSSO 124 Washington Street Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2; Office Assistant 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3; Tennis 1. EVERETT ALBERT ROCK WOOD Rocky 43 Shirley Street West Quincy Allied Youth 3; Chess 1, 2. 3; Chronicle 1, Sports Edi- tor 2, 3; Library Corps 2; Lunchroom Helper 1, 2; Projection Club 1, 2; Ten- nis 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM E. ROWSELL Bill 122 Lowell Street JOS D. SANTOS Joe 34 Margaret Street RICHARD D. SANTOS 201 Spring Street Band 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Football J.V. 1. JANET MARIE SARKISIAN 10 Reservoir Road Office Assistant 2, 3. JANICE ANN SAVANI Jan 121 Newland Road Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Library Corps 1, 2; Softball squad 1; Tennis 1. MARY ELIZABETH SCANNELL Mimi 10 Farmer Road Allied Youth 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; Office Assistant 3; Year- book Staff 3; Basketball class 1; Bowling 1. EUGENE THEODORE SCHWAMB Ted 1 1 Parker Road FRED WILLIAM SCRIBNER Scrih 43 Winchester Road Allied Youth 3. PAUL EDWARD SEFTON 30 Allen Street THELMA ANN SILVA 15 Windemere Avenue PAUL ANTHONY SIMEONE Simmie 5 Longmeadow Road EUGENE WARREN SIMPSON Simpy 32 Menotomy Road Stock Room Helper 1, 2; Lab. Assistant 2, 3. HAROLD TERRENCE SLACK Terry 96 Jason Street 54 MARY ELIZABETH STAPLES 10 Appleton Place Allied Youth 3; Office As- sistant 3. DIANNE LOUISE STEELE 68 Waverley Street Office Assistant 2, 3. ROBERT A. STEEVES 163 Park Avenue Ext. Chronicle 1; Dramatic Club 3; Lunchroom Helper 3. SUSAN M. STELLA Suzie 34 Bradley Road Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chron- icle 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; G. S. 3; Student Council 2, 3. STEPHEN STUART 15 Granton Park YVONNE RITA SURRETTE 51 Milton Street JOHN SUTTIE 251 Gray Street Chess 1; Dramatic Club 1; Library Corps 1; Projection Club 1; R.V.T. 1. DAVID SETRAG SULAHIAN Set 200 Broadway Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT JOSEPH SULLIVAN 62 Oakhill Drive 56 1959 JUNE TAVEKELIAN 67 Egerton Road Chronicle 1; G.A.A. 1, 2; Library Corps I; Basketball squad 1; Bowling 1; Field Hockey squad 1 . ANTHONY JAMES TAMIS 58 River Street Allied Youth 3; Lunchroom Helper 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Football J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. JONATHAN BALDWIN TALCOTT Jonnie 247 Wachusett Avenue Chess 2. JOAN CATHERINE SWEENEY Joanie 18 Frazer Road Office Assistant 3; Bowling 2 . PATRICIA ANN SWEENEY Patsy 107 Ronald Road G.A.A. 1. DAVID LAURENCE TAYLOR Dave 72 Ravine Road West Medford Chronicle 3; Dramatic Club 3; G. S. 2, 3; R.V.T. 2, 3. JANE AGNES TEEHAN 73 Broadway Allied Youth 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey J.V. 2, V. 3. CAROL A. THOMPSON 59 Blossom Street Allied Youth 3; Chronicle 3. DIANE BARBARA THOMPSON Dinny 9 Cliff Street Chronicle 3; G. S. 1, Librarian 3; Girls’ Choir 3; Harmonettes 2, 3. 57 ro ro FREDERICK DAVIS THOMPSON Fred 66 Hutchinson Road Allied Youth 2, 3; Chron- icle 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; G. S. 2, 3; Cross Country 1; Indoor Track 1; Tennis 1, 2, 3. ) KlllOflJ ' 5 JUDITH ELLEN TIBBETTS Judy 18 Bradley Road Chronicle 1, 3; Dramatic Club 1; G. S. 2; Girls’ Choir 2; Harmonettes 2. ANDREW ROBERT TITILAH Bob 78 Beacon Street EDWIN HAROLD TOBIASON Toby 191 Newport Street Cross Country 3. JEROME WILLIAM TOC 10 Jerry 19 Fessenden Road LOIS ESTELLE TOMPKINS Lowie 38 Walnut Street Chronicle 1; Art Club 3; Tennis class 3. SUZANNE JOAN TONRA Sue 3 Selkirk Road G.A.A. 1; Glee Club 1; Office Assistant 2; Basket- ball class 1; Field Hockey squad 1. JAMES KENNETH UDALL Doc 74 Bates Road Allied Youth 3. CARL ROBERT TREBBY 62 Webster Street 58 JANE RITA WALSH I i GUY JOHN VITALE Sonny 22 Richardson Avenue CHARLES VENDICE Charlie 31 Thesda Street Allied Youth 1, 3; Projec- tion Club 1,2, 3. RICHARD J. VARELLO Archie 1 1 5 Wachusett Avenue Basketball J.V. 1, 2, V. 3. VIRGINIA DOROTHEA VASSIL Jinni 26 Cliff Street G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Modern Dance 1, 2; Basketball J.V. I, 2, V. 3; Field Hockey J. V. 1, 2, V. 3; Softball 1. 59 Janie 96 Milton Street Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chron- icle 2, 3; G. S. 3. WILLIAM JOSEPH WALSH 91 Newland Road G. S. 3; Baseball J.V. 1; Football V. 3. LAWRENCE E. WARNOCK Larry 157 Lowell Street Allied Youth Publicity Chairman 1, 2, 3; Chron- icle 1, 2, 3; R.V.T. 3. ROBERT BRUCE WARREN Bob 91 Thorndike Street Library Corps 1 . NANCY CATHERINE WARRINGTON 35 Peirce Street Bowling 2, 3. PETER KENNETH WEBB 6 Lake Shore Drive Hockey 2. 3. LORENNA WELCH 62 Dickson Avenue Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Office Assistant 1, 2, 3; Bowling 2; Tennis 1; Swim- ming 2. CYNTHIA LEE WERNER Cindy 135 Wildwood Avenue G.A.A. 1; Basketball class 1; Field Hockey squad 1. BETTY L. WERT 309 Summer Street Yearbook Staff 3; Bowling 2, 3. JUNE A. WESSELLS 30 Fairview Avenue Allied Youth 1,2, 3; Chron- icle 2, 3. Hnioflj DAVID WILLIAM WHALLEY Walley 71 Menotomy Road Allied Youth 3. I ROBERTA E. WHITEHOUSE 46 Cleveland Street Allied Youth 2, 3; 1 , 2 . G.A.A. A ALICE LOUISE WILLIAMS 38 Marion Road Allied Youth 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; G. S. 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Basketball J.V. Manager 2, 3; Field Hockey J.V. 1, 2, 60 V. 3. DARRELL ANN WILSON 61 Wollaston Avenue G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Choir 2, 3; Mod- ern Dance 2; Basketball J.V. 1, 2. BRUCE A. WRIGHT Hokey 15 Nourse Street Allied Youth 3; G. S. 3; Lunchroom Helper 3; Foot- ball J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. LOIS MARIE WOODBURY 39 Overlook Road Chronicle 3; G.A.A. 1; G. S. 1, 3; Clinic Assistant 2, 3. i JUDITH ANN WINN Judy 234 Mystic Valley Parkway ELLEN MARIE WILSON Elli 2 Park Terrace Allied Youth 3. JOSEPH FRANCIS WINN Winnie 234 Mystic Valley Parkway JAMES PAUL WRIGHT Jim 24 Swan Place ARTHUR S. WYMAN 50 Hillside Avenue Allied Youth 3; Library Corps 2, 3. LORRAINE MARIE YOUNG 7 1 Harlow Street Honor Roll; Allied Youth 2, 3; G.A.A. 1; Yearbook Staff 3; Office Assistant 3. ROBERT LORING YOUNGLOF Bob 64 Churchill Avenue 61 JANE PHYLLIS ZAPPONI Janie 42 Standish Road Allied Youth 1, 2, 3; Chron- icle 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; Office Assistant 3; Basket- ball class 1; Bowling 1. CAMBRA SHY PAUL MICHAEL ZARELLA 189 Sylvia Street Allied Youth 3. WALTER ANTHONY ZILONIS Wa iy 80 Park Street G. S. 1, 2; Glee Club 2. CHRISTIAN AUDUNSON JOHN DAVID BARR DONALD BARRY KENNETH JOHN COOK EDWARD M. DONOVAN ROBERT FRANCIS DOUGLAS RAYMOND W. FORREST CAROL ANN HAZELTON DANIEL F. HOOPER LYMAN JUDD DANA LAURENCE KEEFE CHRISTY RICHARD LIGOR SALVATORE MARINO ANITA G. SIMSON CAROLYN SMITH JOHN ROBERT SNOW ARTHUR SULLIVAN WILLIAM TABLER FRANK EDWARD TOOMEY ROBERT JOSEPH von HEIN BRUCE EDWIN WILLIAMSON JO AN TONIA ZOGLIO 7 Laurel Street G.A.A. 1, 2. GERALD RONALD ZUCCALA Zuccie 31 Rangeley Road Basketball 1; Football J.V. 1, V. 2, 3. BEVERLY JEAN ZUCKER Bev 1 1 Endicott Road Honor Roll; Chronicle 1, 2; Art Club 3; G.A.A. 1; Mod- ern Dance 2, 3; Student Council 2; Girls’ Club Pres- ident. 62 Albert, 3 years old. During the past four years Arlington High School has been participating in the Foreign Exchange Student Pro- gram. The three previous exchange students were girls, but this year we have been fortunate in having a very fine boy, Albert Hasibuan, from Indonesia. Arriving in America in the latter part of 1958, Albert was a complete stranger to our people and our way of life; however, his good manners and pleasing personal- ity quickly won him a friendliness from everyone he met. Throughout the school year, Albert has displayed an eager interest in learning our customs, our history, and our mode of life. He has shown a keen interest in ath- letics to many of which he adapted himself in a sur- prisingly short time. We, the seniors of Arlington High School, hope that Albert has many enlightening and favorable reports to relate to his people upon his return home. We also thank Albert for sharing our final year in high school with us. His visit made it a very enjoyable year for all of us. Please come back t o see us. FOREIGN STUDENT Albert Edward Hasibuan Classmates at S.M.A. Keristen O.S.K.D. Senior Christian High School CLASS HISTOR Y “Ring!” The unforgettable cadence of a bell sum- moned us sophomores to the activities of our first day in Arlington High School. As we wound our way through the maze of corridors, we looked about ap- prehensively for the perils which we expected to in- cur from the machinations of the dreaded upper classmen. Surprisingly enough, we met no hazards, no saddening humiliations; instead, we lived in an atmosphere of friendliness engendered by our associ- ates at Arlington High School. This was the year that the school teams were, for the first time, to be known as the Indians. The foot- ball team did its best to live up to its new name by compiling a record of six wins with only three losses. In competition, the basketball team came in fourth; the track team tied for third; and the hockey team reached the semi-finals. After “Doc” MacCarthy, our faithful track coach, had been sent to Melbourne, Australia, for the Olympics, the baseball season was the focus of our attention and had a successful sea- son with nine wins and five losses. Not only were sports in high school commendable during our first year, but the Dramatic Club’s play, “Father Knows Best,” was well received by everyone and the Gilbert and Sullivan Club’s production of the “Fortune Tell- er” was highly enjoyed. Adding to the school spirit, a new school song was adopted. Our sophomore year was surely an eventful and pleasurable year to start our life in Arlington High School. The summer vacation was soon over, and we start- ed our junior year with more confidence. It was a satisfying feeling to know that we were no longer in- experienced sophomores, but now very high-school- wise juniors. Cafeteria alterations delayed us a few half days at the opening of school, but we soon set- tled into the “old routine.” On Thanksgiving day, the football team closed a successful season with a vic- tory over Melrose. Shortly after that the Dramatic Club put on their annual performance, the play “The Family Nobody Wanted.” That event was shortly followed by the happily anticipated Christmas vaca- tion. Our joy was short, however, for upon our re- turn we were informed that juniors would soon take the Merit Exams, Scholarship Aptitude Tests, and Achievement Tests. In April we all knew that spring had arrived when the Gilbert and Sullivan Club pre- sented the “Prince of Pilsen” as its annual operetta. Shortly afterwards came the Junior Prom, offering everyone a wonderful time. As the college board and final exams ended and school closed, everyone disappeared to participate in his summer activities. As the summer months of 1958 passed, our antici- pation of the approaching senior year increased. Sep- tember hnally arrived. For many it was the begin- ning of the end; for the rest, it was only the “cap” on our secondary education. Though it was a year to be remembered for its cheerful events, it was also a year of maturing attitudes, a year of the formation of last- ing friendships. The Class of ’59 has achieved a record in athletics of which it may be justly proud. The football eleven was unusually successful: eight wins; one loss. The hockey team gave “all-star” performances, and the basketball team was among the leaders. Track had outstanding performers, and we looked forward to the same quality of play in baseball. The girls were equally admirable: the field-hockey team sustained but a single loss; the basketball team, while not sensa- tional, held its own; they also contemplated victori- ous seasons in the girls’ tennis and soft-ball. On the more intellectual side of extra-curricula activities, the Dramatic Club staged an enjoyable production of “Our Hearts Were Young and Gay” which was followed by the Gilbert and Sullivan Club’s outstanding presentation of “The Pirates of Penzance.” As early as December, the applications of some students were accepted by institutions of high learn- ing, and some were granted liberal scholarships. These events were punctuated by the activities of the Student Council, the Girls’ Club, and the Allied Youth Club, activities which included dances, trips, sales, and parties. The details of this memorable year are carefully preserved for posterit y by our faithful school paper. The Chronicle. As the final curtain falls on our senior year with our Class Day program, the Prom, and finally our graduation, we are happy to have had the opportunity to have experienced this wonderful year but sad that it is over. Whatever our sentiment, we shall always be grateful for our memories of our senior year. Row I : J. Hanley, R. Golden, R. Deveaux, R. Lupo, S. Nigro, F. Burns, Co-Captain; T. Apprille, Co-Captain ; J. Coveno, G. Ceglia, J. Greco, J. Mahoney, H. Lovering. Row 2: Mr. James Cava- lieri, Assistant Coach; Mr. Ralph Bevins, Assistant Coach; R. Collins, G. Murphy, W. Collins, A. Tamis, G. McCabe, J. Donovan, V. Elios, L. Scarlata, J. Zuccala, W. Walsh, P. Luciano, Mr. Edward P. Burns, Head Coach. Row 3: C. Doucette, J. Radochia, J. Goodwin, R. Adamian, G. Eaiola, R. Ceglia, R. Tierney, W. Pierce, D. Martin, J. Kelley, G. Mari, J. VanValkenburgh, W. Creelman, R. Buzzell, Manager. The Arlington High School football team had its second greatest season in its history this year under coach Eddie Burns and his staff. Its record against the top football teams in the state was eight wins and one loss. Arlington ' s only loss came from undefeated Brockton. This game was played before 10,000 people with Arlington weak with injuries to star halfbacks Bobby Golden and Ronald Deveaux. Tackle Bruce Wright was also ailing with a virus. This year the team will go down in Arlington’s grid history as one of the greatest offensive teams ever to play for the Red and Gray. Backs such as Bobby Golden, Ronald Deveaux, Tommy Apprille, and Bill Collins were all great break-away runners. The offensive line averaged well over two hundred pounds, includ- ing such great linemen as Frank Burns at center, Gerald Ceglia and Sam Nigro at guards, Bruce Wright and Robert Lupo at tackles, and Jay Donovan and Anthony Tamis at ends. This offensive team averaged thirty points per game against the best teams in the Class A League. The offensive team play featured pitch-outs to Golden and Deveaux, power running by Apprille and Collins, and passing and receiving by Donovan and Hanley. The ball handling of quarterback John Hanley was a highlight of the offensive team. Arlington’s defensive unit rates as high as its offensive unit, allow- ing only ten points per game. The defensive team had such players as Jay Donovan, Frank Burns, and John Mahoney at ends; John Greco, George Murphy, Sam Nigro at tackles; Gerard McCabe, Gerald Ceglia at guards; James Coveno, Bruce Wright, and Robert Lupo at inside backer-ups; Leo Scarlata, Butch Lovering, Bill Col- lins, Tom Apprille, and Ronald Deveaux as the halfbacks. The season ended in a blaze of glory with a tremendous team effort in the beating of Melrose by a score of 44 to 12 on Thanksgiving morning. 68 FOOTBALL Somerville Leominster Waltham Everett Newton Brookline Weymouth Brockton Melrose Mr. Edward P. Burns Head Coach mmrM m-M Mr. William F. Lowder Director of Athletics Mr. James A. Cavalieri Varsity Coach Mr. Ralph E. Bevins Varsity Coach Mr. Robert C. Hill J. V. Coach Mr. John R. Byrne J. V. Coach C. Ceglia R. Golden S. Nigro F. Greco R. Deveaux F. Burns, Co-Captain W. Collins W. Walsh J. Hanley G. Zuccala R. Collins A. Tamis G. Murphy J. Mahone; G. McCabe J. Donovan J. Coveno 71 B. Wright L. Scarlata M. Sannella, J. Hawkes, J. Toomey, P. Carroll, R. Borghesani, P. Boutiette, L. Scully. GOLF As the fairways open again, this year’s golf team is defending champion in the Central Division of the Greater Boston Interscholastic League. Arlington is looking forward to another successful season. Led by captain Frank Toomey and several experienced players, Arlington should be a power in the division which in- cludes teams from the neighboring high schools of Rindge, Cambridge Latin, Concord, Lexington, and Bedford. This year the team should be able to keep the title of champions. Under the expert guidance of Mr. George Lowder, the team should offer keen competition to all the schools in the league. George P. Lowder, Coach CROSS COUNTR Y The Arlington High School Cross Country Team had a successful season this fall. Led by senior Co-Captains, Stanley Hutchinson and Gerald Graci, and strengthened by the experienced juniors Fred Strachan, Arthur Poole, Peter Seery, Paul Worth, and John Welch. The team had a record of three wins and two losses in league compe- tition. Victories came at the expense of Belmont, Watertown, and Newton. Melrose and Beverly defeated Arlington, but only after close competition. The efforts of Paul Hogman were especially appreci- ated by the squad. Paul had been counted upon as the mainstay of the team; however, because of an illness, he gave up running and became Team Manager. Graduation will find three seniors departing: Co- Captains Stanley Hutchinson, Gerald Graci, and Paul Hogman. Returning squad members for next year will be Strachan, Seery, Poole, Hiller, Worth, Welch, and Fiorenza. Additional strength will come from such hope- fuls as: Reppucci, Ceurvels, Cutter, McCarroll, and members of the entering sophomore class. The success of next year’s season rests on the shoulders of Fred Strachan, a young junior, who in the Metropolitan League Meet, placed third among one hundred and twenty-three boys, a very admirable showing for a junior. Peter Seery, Arnold Reppucci, Arthur Poole, and Peter Hiller will also return once again to try for another successful and winning season. Row I : J. Welch, F. Strachan, S. Hutchinson, A. Poole, P. Worth. Row 2: Mr. James Kelley, Coach; G. Owen, P. Hogman, P. Seery, P. Hiller, “Doc” McCarty, Coach. Row I: J. Winn, J. Mahoney, R. Laundry, D. Gilpatrick, Captain: G. McLaughlin, R. Varello, J. Hanley. Row 2: Mr. George P. Lowder, Head Coach: W. Pierce, T. Freeman, J. Donovan, L. Scully, Mr. Robert C. Hill, Assistant Coach: R. Evans, Manager. BASKETBALL Prospects for the coming season in basketball at Arlington High School are bright. With veterans like Captain Dave Gilpatrick, Jay Donovan, Tom Freeman, John Hanley, and the new players from the junior varsity team, Arlington will be a contender for first place in the suburban league. The leading opposition will come from the high schools of Brockton, Waltham, and Rindge. The height and the experience of our veterans should aid in pro- ducing another fine team this year. With the coaching of Mr. George Lowder the Arlington High School basketball team should be a winning one. Fri., Dec. 12 Lexington N Tues., 16 Winchester Fri., 19 at Fitchburg N Tues., Jan. 6 Cambridge Fri., 9 at Brookline N Tues., 13 Waltham Fri., 16 at Rindge N Tues., 20 Brockton Fri., 23 Watertown N Wed., 28 at Newton Fri., 30 at Cambridge N Tues., Feb. 3 Brookline Fri., 6 at Waltham N Tues., 10 at Brockton Fri., 13 Rindge N Tues., 17 Newton Fri., 20 at Watertown N Home Games at Jr. High West Afternoon Games start at 3:15 P.M. Night Games at 6:45 P.M. NEW ENGLAND Arlington 3 Arlington 3 Arlington 0 TOURNAMENT Hope 0 Berlin 0 Burrillville 2 STATE TOURNAMENT Arlington 3 Dedham 1 Arlington 2 Saugus 1 Arlington 2 Belmont 0 Arlington 1 Melrose 0 G. B. 1. LEAGUE Arl. Opp. 4 Melrose 4 Stoneham 5 Medford 3 Belmont 6 Rindge 2 Cambridge 2 Newton 3 Melrose 3 Stoneham 3 Medford 4 Belmont 8 Rindge 1 Cambridge 4 Newton ill Row I : T. Burnham, W. Collins, K. Webb, H. Howell, P. Aiken, Captain; J. Allen, C. Chisholm, G. Burns. Row 2: Mr. John R. Byrne, Assistant Coach; C. Morgan, P. Davieau, H. Lovering, R. Adamian, J. Morse, R. Tierney, W. Dutton, W. Clark, Mr. Edward P. Burns, Head Coach. 1 HOCKEY The hockey team has a bright future this year with four experienced players from last year’s team. These are all-star players: goalie, Tom Apprille; centericeman, Charles Chisholm; Captain and right wing, Paul Aiken; and defenseman Harold Howell. Other experienced play- ers returning are: defensemen Frank Burns and Ken Webb; wings Bill Collins, Jack Allen, and John Morse. The season started off with a tremendous victory over defendi ng champion Melrose by a score of 4 to 2. In the second game Arlington beat Stoneham by a score of 4-2. This year the hockey team played a fourteen game schedule instead of a ten with a three game play-off at the season’s end. We feel sure the hockey team will rank with Arlington High’s best teams of the past. Jan. INDOOR TRACK Led by Co-Captains Paul Bicknell and Robert Golden, the Arling- ton High School Indoor Track Team had a successful season, winning three and losing two in Division Two of the Metropolitan Track League. Outstanding performances were given by Bicknell, Golden, and Stan Hutchinson in the Massachusetts State Meet where all three were designated as medal winners. During the season the following boys were consistent point winners John Radochia, David Gustafson, Robert Golden, Craig Chapin, Frank McHugh, Paul Bicknell, Harold Ameral, Peter Seery, William Ceurvels, Gerald Grad, Arnold Reppucci, Arthur Poole, Stanley Hutchinson, and Fred Strachan. The track team had a number of sophomores and juniors among its members this year, and the experience they gained should aid in building a winning team next year. Arlington will miss Bicknell, Golden, and Hutchinson next season but will have returning lettermen in Fred Strachan, John Radochia, Harold Ameral, Craig Chapin, David Gustafson, Art Poole, Peter Seery, William Ceurvels, and Gerald Faiola. Among the sophomores, Ceglia, Martin, Reppucci, and Moriarty appear to be the boys show- ing the most promise for next season. Row I: E. Simpson, P. Burke, C. Chapin, C. Cutter, G. Graci, R. Golden, P. Bicknell, S. Hutchin- son, A. Poole, D. Gustafson, R. Wellons, H. Wilson. Row 2: Mr. James E. Kelley, Coach; R. Ceglia, G. Owens, G. Ceglia, F. Weymouth, H. Ameral, F. McHugh, P. Seery, J. Radochia, P. Lussiano, J. Greco, A. Reppucci, F. Strachan, R. Moriarty, “Doc” McCarty, Coach. The cheerleading squad is always one of the most outstanding groups at Arlington High School. Under the leadership of the co-captains, Betty Boroyan and Barbara Lind, they have succeeded in rousing school spirit and in inspiring the athletic teams to victory. Despite their energetic participation in many other school activities, these girls prove their loyalty to the school’s teams by directing cheers at football, basket- ball, and hockey games. Each week the familiar cry “Go Arlington Go’’ was heard as the cheerleaders strove for even greater enthusiasm from the spectators. Con- gratulations to each cheerleader for a job well done! CO-CAPTAINS — B. Lind, B. Boroyan; S. Corbin, L. Roby, P. Hurley, N. Corish, M. Luther, P. Mahoney, J. Caldwell, J. McLaughlin. Row I : M. Hogan, Senior Board Member; S. Welch, Vice-President ; M. Flanagan, President; P. Hurley, Treasurer; J. Swymer, Secretary. Row 2: A. Austin, Senior Board Member ' , M. Campbell, Sophomore Board Member; N. Corish, Senior Board Member; C. Hall, Sophomore Board Mem- ber; J. Norton, Junior Board Member; P. Deal, Junior Board Member. GAA. Very interesting and popular are two adjectives which best describe the organ- ization known as the Girls’ Athletic Asso- ciation, or the G. A. A. It maintains an enrollment of about one hundred and fifty girl athletes, who participate in events ar- ranged and supervised by its officers. Through a point system, its members earn points toward the winning of awards at various times during the course of the school year. The G. A. A. girls have en- joyed a happy year. G.A.A. Christmas Party 1958 80 FIELD HOCKEY Under the leadership of Captain Maura Flanagan, the Girls’ Field Hockey Team had a very successful season. For the first time in many years, they defeated their greatest rival " ' Winchester. " Their only loss was to Lexington by a score of 1-0. The success can be attributed mainly to the capable coaching of Mrs. Fiorenza and the enthusiastic spirit of all the girls on the team. The varsity squad included: Seniors, Ann Austin, Nancy Corish, Barbara Lind, Diane Sacco, Rosemary Mahoney, Margaret Hogan, Jane Teehan, Maura Flana- gan; Juniors, Ann Cross; Sophomores, Diane Rizzo and Carolyn Hall. Mrs. Christine Fiorenza Coach Row I: M. Campbell, C. Foster, R. Mahoney, V. Vassil, M. Flanagan, Captain; A. Austin, N. Corish, C. Hall, B. Lind, J. Teehan. Row 2: M. Spagnuolo, D. Sacco, K. Russo, A. Parker, D. Rizzo, D. Johnson, E. Furtado, J. Dannenberg, M. Hogan, A. Cross. Row 3: J. Swymer, S. Welch, J. Norton, P. Deal, B. Allen, R. Divins, L. O’Neill, V. Chisholm, A. Williams, Mrs. Christine Fiorenza, Coach. Row I: L. Warnock, J. Teehan, R. Mahoney, B. Allen, Captain; V. Vassil, A. Austin. 2: M. Hogan, S. Welch, C. Hall, M. Flanagan, B. Lind, L. O’Neill, M. Allen, Assistant Manager. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL The girls’ basketball team held their practice in the school gym on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays under the coaching of Miss Mar- ilyn Flaherty. This year, the girls started off a little slowly but soon picked up against Arlington ' s long-time rival, Winchester. Losing by only a few points, the team in the Arlington-Winchester game gave us one of the most exciting games of the year. The team was led by the junior captain, Barbara Allen. The seniors were: Rosemary Mahoney, Maura Flanagan, Virginia Vassil, and Alice Williams, manager. The junior members were Linda Warnock and sophomore Carolyn Hall. The Junior Varsity started off very well and shows great promise for next year. MODERN DANCE On Tuesday afternoons during the school year, under the talented leadership of Miss Anderson, the modern dance group has met in the gym. They devoted a short time to warming-up exercises, and for the rest of the time they combined their imag- inations and the rhythmic skills which they had learned to create interpretations of songs, rhymes, or rhythmic beats. It was more fun than work, especially when they participated in G.A.A.’s annual talent show, as they did this year. The modern dance group have had a memorable year. Nancy L. Anderson Coach Right Side: L. O’Neil, P. Nicoll, V. Donnelly, J. Fitzpatrick, L. Kirk, K. Fredrickson, S. Ward, J. Hover. Center: B. Zucker, K. Russo, F. Green. Left Side: M. Hogan, S. Baker, J. Gurney, C. Simpson, C. Coombes, L. Bridges, L. Bridges, S. Center, E. Estrella. GIRLS’ BOWLING The Girls’ Bowling Team captained by Joan Sweeney, consists of about 20 girls, has been doing a fine job. Some of the high scorers this year are Barbara Clark, Carol Doughty, Barbara Herzig. Every Friday afternoon the team prac- tices at the ‘rec’ alleys under the super- vision of Miss Conley, who gives helpful suggestions to the girls. Row I : B. Clark, G. Bcninati, C. Marrec, J. Baker, J. Sweeney, Captain; H. Greco, B. Wert, Doyle, C. Hansen. Row 2: V. Beninati, B. Herzig, M. Nardone, A. Erh ardt, N. Magnuson, Newton, G. Roberto, J. Fabin, B. Norton, J. Tibbetts. 83 O 2 ACTIVITIES The Chess Club is an informal group which meets every Friday at the close of school in room 5. There are no officers; there are no requirements; all that is need- ed is a wish to play chess. The club does enter a ten-man team in the Greater Boston Interscholastic League. Here they play two games with each of the other teams from schools, such as, Cam- bridge Latin or Boston Latin. We try to teach those who want to learn how to play the game. We also try to im- prove the games of those who already know how to play. Mr. Fagone, Director; H. Ameral, F. Berry, S. Bertocci, P. Burke, R. Ceresi, R. Coleman, E. Cook, A. DiSessa, J. D’Orsi, M. Glenn, S. Gradie, T. Gradie, R. Keefe, J. Kilgore, J. Locke, S. Marino, P. O’Connor, R. Riccardi, D. Rivenburg, P. Shea, R. Shea, N. Sturgis, C. Vendice, J. Vivian, C. Wirsen, G. Wood. Again the projection club has enjoyed a successful year. The club consists of about twenty five members who work well together to make the operation of the club possible. Their officers have been as follows; Presi- dent, John M. D’Orsi; Vice-President, Albert D. Di- Sessa; Director, Mr. Charles Fagone. The aim of the club is to continue extending its activi- ties even after the present officers have graduated. As the student body grows larger, the duties of the club will increase. We know, as the work increases, that we shall continue to secure the same cooperation from the teachers which has helped us so much in the past. All throughout the year, the officers and members have concentrated their efforts in making this club a credit to the school; they have been willing and competent in tak- ing charge of projection operations whenever any de- partment in the school needed their services. The members have worked with zeal and hope their efforts have met with a high degree of success. The club is looking forward to many more years of service to Arlington High School. PROJECTION CHESS Row 1 : E. Rockwood, E. Cosman, P. Clifford, E. Simpson, D. Avery, Mr. John S. Sampson, Di- rector; H. Larson, P. Dahill, R. Arnaud, K. Fleffler, J. Talcott. ALLIED YOUTH Row I: H. Evans, Assistant Vice President; D. Lance, Program Committee Co- Chairman; M. Bitzer, Advertising Committee Co-Chairman ; E. Flaherty, Assistant Secretary; E. Ferolito, Decorating Committee Co-Chairman ; P. Lincoln, Adver- tising Committee; N. Corish, Vice President. Row 2: J. Zapponi, Secretary; J. Ceglia, Treasurer; M. A. Barry, Assistant Treasurer ; J. Wessells, Decorating Com- mittee; B. Allen, Program Committee ; H. Howell, President. Allied Youth is an international organization of teen-agers who are interested in meeting and help- ing to overcome the teen-agers’ drinking problem. This widely sponsored group is interested in per- sonality problems and in proving that young peo- ple can always have a good time without the use of alcohol. Annually in November, about thirty-five of our members travel to Buck Hill Falls, Pennsyl- vania, for the International Convention of Allied Youth. During the four days there, our students meet and talk with over five hundred boys and girls from thirty-six states and Canada. “Teen-agers Inquire about Alcohol” was the theme of the 1958 Convention. The young people themselves planned and conducted the convention, and several nationally known speakers were in- cluded in the program. Our Allied Youth group in Arlington High School is one of the largest Allied Youth Posts north of the Mason Dixon Line. All members are looking forward this winter to sponsoring several lectures, movies, and socials in our high school group. Allied Youth is one of the most valuable, and active groups in our school. CHRONICLE The last article has been written and typed; the last advertisement, placed; the last poster, made; and the last edition of “The Chronicle” has been sold for this school year. Under the very helpful guidance of Mr. Sampson, “The Chronicle” has been published eight times, including one special ten-page football edition. If we read again our var- ious editions, we realize that we have a diary of the year’s events: the victories of our teams, the proj- ects of our clubs, the dances as well as other social events, and news of importance to the students of Arlington High School. Many people have contributed to the success of “The Chronicle.” Credit must be given to each member of the Editorial Staff who has so faith- fully fulfilled his duties. Our writers have thor- oughly covered each news event and have fairly presented different views on various subjects. The typists have industriously deciphered the scrawls of our budding journalists. Members concerned with the Chronicle’s publicity have ably promoted the sale of the paper with their colorful posters hung about the school. Due recognition must also be given to our Advertising Staff which has had a most successful year. Last but not least, the very important Circulation Staff has proved its sales- manship ability with its high record of sales. Row I: J. Plummer, M. Bitzer, E. McGrath, B. Finnegan, Editor-in-Chief; B. Gomes, D. Sacco, C. Marsters. Row 2: L. Calcavecchia, H. Wilson, J. Barr, A. Collins, S. Donovan, S. Brine, A. Austin, J. Locke, D. Katz, Mr. John R. Samp- son, Adviser. 87 Row 1 : M. Strachan, M. Nolan, M. Kahan, J. Dale, D. Stevens, C. Hansen, C. Berlinghieri, J. Baker. Row 2: L. Bretscher, G. Hodgdon, J. Canned, V. O’Halloran, D. Roda, L. Petfield, J. Cammarata, S. Hawkins, M. Hogan, B. Gomes, S. Balamotis, J. McCoubrey, N. Dalton. Row 3: B. Finnegan, L. O ' Neill, A. Carlisle, V. O ' Leary, J. Ditmars, S. Mangurian, J. Buckley, E. Blinkhorn, K. McCoy, J. Erickson, C. Burke, Mrs. Elizabeth W. Sampson, Coach. Row 4: J. Leonard, F. Thompson, B. DeRusso, J. Baker, V. Chisholm, F. Torrey, C. Marsters, N. Keefe, E. Pagliuca, E. Wyman, C. Coleman. Row 5: R. MacFarlane, D. Taylor, D. Sulahian, D. Lang, J. DeCosta, J. Gustafson, G. Mc- Carthy, H. Boyajian, J. Barr, R. Steeves, R. Shea, J. Locke. DRAMATIC CLUB The Dramatic Club started another successful year under the leadership of its officers: President, Janet Dale; Vice-President, Mark Kahan; Secretary, Maureen No- lan; Recording Secretary, Martha Strachan; and Three Treasurers, Carolan Hansen, Catherine Berlinghieri, and David Stevens. In a lively and spirited presentation, the Dramatic Club put on its annual play for the students and the gen- eral public. The sprightly comedy, “Our Hearts Were Young and Gay” by Cornelia Otis Skinner and Emily Kimbrough, was selected for this year ' s production. This light comedy is the actual experience of the two authors and the dramatization by Jean Kerr highlights a most amusing and interesting series of incidents on this short trip to Paris. The excellent coaching of Mrs. Sampson, faculty di- rector of the club, was plainly evident in the enthusiastic cast of players. They presented this heart-warming and mirth-provoking story of two young girls on their first trip to Europe in a fast moving manner and with excel- lent timing. Mrs. Elizabeth W. Sampson Faculty Director 88 The cast of characters included: Harry Boyajian. John Locke, Catherine Berlinghieri, Robert Steeves, Anne Carlisle, Sandra Balamotis, Fred Thompson, and David Stevens. Other capable players were Janet Dale, Joanne Baker, David Taylor, Robert DeRusso, Maureen Nolan, and David Sulahian. Special credit must be given to Vir- ginia O’Leary as Cornelia Otis Skinner and Joanne Cammarata as Emily Kimbrough. They were on stage for the entire play and greatly added to the success of this year’s fine production. As the Year Book goes to press, the Dramatic Club plans to enter a one-act play in competition with other high schools at the preliminaries of the Massachusetts Drama Festival. The winners of this contest enter the finals for Massachusetts in John Hancock Hall. From this the winner competes for the champion of the New England States. The cast of the one-act play will also make an appear- ance at the Arlington Woman’s Club, on the program at its March meeting. 89 R.V.T. The Read, View, Talk Club is an informal club that meets every other Tuesday at Robbins Library. Miss Richmond, the high school librarian, and Mrs. McQuaid, the young people’s librarian at Rob- bins Library, are the sponsors. The club program includes book reviews, films, and discussions on current affairs. At lively meetings, each member participates by giv- ing his own opinions on the subjects discussed. There are no by-laws to hinder anyone. The president elected this year was Barbara Her- zig, the secretary, John Barr. “Cokes” and cookies are served at each meeting, and at Christmas an enjoyable party occurs. At the end of the year, an outing is planned, usually a boat trip around Boston Harbor. The class of 1959 is sure to remember the interesting meetings of the R.V.T. Club. J. Barr, K. Caggiano, P. Daly, Miss Grace Richmond, Director; L. Roscoe, D. Taylor, L. War- nock, J. Harrison, J. Harrison, B. Herzig, B. Gomes. 1 LIBRAR Y CORPS Under the capable supervision of Miss Grace Richmond, Library Corps mem- bers are instructed in the correct use of the library so that, as members of the library staff, they can give assistance to their classmates. The Library Corps, however, is not made up strictly of “bookworms”; it is made up of the most active pupils in school. In addition to its November and Valentine candy sales, the proceeds of which benefit the library, the Library Corps sponsors Book Week in November. The Corps also has a fun-filled Christmas party and an annual outing in May with the Read, View, and Talk Club. Students have seen many changes in the library this year. A reference room, a work room, and two conference rooms have been added to enlarge the facilities that the library may give further aid to students. They have reason to be proud of their school library and its Library Corps. Seated: Mrs. Sylvia Saslow, D. Avery, Miss Grace Richmond, Director. Row I: C. Burke, L. Moltman, D. Bunker, P. Mahoney, P. Savani, B. Finnegan, J. Locke, A. Erhardt, B. Herzig, D. Chamberlain, B. Gomes, C. Berlinghieri, J. Fabin. Row 2: J. Woodbury, A. Lucarelli, A. Wyman, M. Glenn, D. Rivenburg, J. Barr, J. Harrison. 91 A celebration for Virgil on his 2029th birthday. Motto: Crescit scientia. On the second Monday of every month, the meeting of the Latin Club is called to order in Room 26. Each year, the program is decided by the group according to its particular interests, whether they happen to be art, architecture, literature, or history. The purpose of this club is to give the members the opportunity to learn more about the people of Rome and what they con- tributed to our modern civilization. A miscellaneous program which touched upon many different subjects was followed this year. The membership is confined to pupils of the Latin IV class. Each one has a Latin name and the officers are designated also by Latin titles. In addition to attendance at the regular meetings, trips to the Museum of Fine Arts, the Fogg Museum, the Widener Library, and the Boston Public Library were made to add to the mem- bers’ appreciation of the classics. One of the bright spots on the calendar of events was the observance of Virgil’s birthday on October fifteenth. The highlight of the year, however, was the “Roman Banquet,’’ which was eagerly anticipated by the members, an occasion which not only had its intellectual stimulus but also contributed a great deal to the members’ enjoyment. LATIN CLUB Seated: Miss Dorothy E. Rounds, Director. Standing: B. Gomes, Scriha ; C. Berlinghieri, Consul Seciindus; P. Cobuzzi, C. Margosian, E. McGrath, S. Donovan, Consul Primus. 92 ART CLUB INTER-NA TIONS CL UB When the Art Club was organized, the decision was made that the club should be open to all who share any proclivities toward Art. In this way those who do not study Art as well as those who do, can learn more about it and have fun in doing it. The only requisite for mem- bership is an avid interest and the desire to further that interest. During the school year, the members of the Art Club play varied roles from sign painters to portrait painters. Each has the opportunity to learn the silk screen method of painting and poster techniques. These techniques are put to use in the advertising and promoting of various school functions. Members also have the opportunity to learn a great deal about portrait painting by actually doing it. One of the projects is the designing and making of stage scenery for the annual Dramatic Club presenta- tion. There are also two Art Exhibits held during the year under the auspices of the Art Club. One is held at the Town Hall; the other in the girls’ gym. Trips to the Museum of Fine Arts, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and similar places of interest help to broaden the members’ knowledge of Art. A Chinese dinner and an evening at the “Pops” help to round out the program for the year. Row I : J. Cannell, S. Donovan, D. Roda. Row 2: J. Kerr, P. Pitt, V. Chis- holm, N. Fenton, M. Rugg, J. Plummer, C. Burke. Row 3: M. Glenn, P. Holson, P. Dahill. This year a new organization entitled the Inter- Nations Club was formed at Arlington High. With Mrs. Jones and Mr. Johnson as faculty advisors, foreign stu- dents, summer returnees on the exchange program, and those students who have traveled abroad held business meetings and social gatherings to learn more about the customs, music, and people of each others’ countries. At the first official meeting Japan was made more vivid to us with Gail Buckley’s slides and costumes. The club in time wishes to devote a meeting to each country which the members represent, hold a get-acquainted tea, and visit local places which may be interesting to our foreign students. In the future the members of the club also wish to help new foreign students in any possible way, and to assist in selecting and orientating next year’s foreign exchange student. Associate membership in the club is open to all stu- dents who are interested in the objectives and programs which the club sponsors. Row I : F. Thompson, T. Taranovsky, J. Barr, P. Lassovszky, D. Parker, N. Sturgis, A. Hasibuan. Row 2: Mr. Carl A. Johnson, Director; M. Barry, E. McGrath, M. Peper, C. Berlinghieri, B. Herzig, R. Kidd, J. Lassovszky, B. Olafson, M. Ogonowski, S. DeDominicis, A. DiDonato, Mrs. Hope F. Jones, Assistant Director. 93 Theresa B. Binnig Yearbook Adviser Row I: J. Kerr, S. Donovan, Co-Editor; E. Cosman, Co-Editor, L. Bretscher. Row 2: S. Murray, A. Stanley. LITERAR Y THE INDIAN Our Yearbook represents a condensation of three years of our lives. In it, the Yearbook Committee has tried to express the true spirit of the Class of 1959 so that in the future this book will serve to re- call for us the joyful days of our high school years. Under the guidance and supervision of Miss Bin- nig, we have worked to overcome the obstacles that inevitably arose in the composition of a yearbook. Decisions about its cover, dedication, and general layout first had to be made. Then all the articles had to be written in correct literary form and submitted before those haunting deadlines. Finally, when all the work was completed, we derived some satisfaction from the thoughts of a job well done. We offer our sincere thanks to Miss Manning, Mr. Robinson, Mr. Eaton and Miss Binnig, each of whom had a key role in making this publication pos- sible. ART Row 1: S. Donovan, J. Plummer. Row 2: B. Wert, Gerald A. Robinson, Instructor. BUSINESS STUDENT COUNCIL V. Beninati, M. Bitzer, C. Campbell, C. Chan- dler, S. Chapman, J. Coveney, M. DeMita, M. Egan, E. Ferolito, P. Gallagher, P. Kelly, P. Larkin, N. Morrison, C. Nelson, K. Nilson, J. Paratore, C. Richards, D. Russo, D. Salvucci, M. Scannell, L. Young, E. Ferolito. The Student Council is composed of representa- tives of the student body and serves as a link between the faculty and the students. For the past three years, our main project has been to raise money to have a foreign exchange student in our school. Our guest this year is Albert Hasibuan from Indonesia. He is the first boy we have had under this program. To finance this project, we had several sales ven- tures. During Student Council week in October, we sold Arlington High School banners, bookcovers, and pins; and we also sponsored two Tag Days. In our January food sale, we held a contest in which the homeroom submitting the best decorated cake would Row I: A. Austin, S. Stella, A. Hasi- buan, J. Allen, President; C. Robbat, Vice President; N. Miano, Treasurer; D. Lance. Row 2; B. Boroyan, L. Moltman, B. Lind, J. Fitzpatrick, K. Corbin, N. Fantazian, J. Beggan, S. Spcedie, C. Pascarella. Row 3; G. Ceglia, R. Cavicchi, F. Burns, C. Murray, R. Ceglia, W. Cullen. win a prize. Two homerooms won free admission to the first Friday afternoon dance held in our school. These dances were a new feature of our Student Council program. We held a tea to welcome our new faculty members and the five foreign students in our midst this year in the newly-opened section of the lunchroom. We are grateful to the local organizations which have donated so generously to our foreign exchange fund. Your Student Council has enjoyed working for the student body and thanks you for your co-operation and support. I ASSISTANTS Mrs. Gladys C. Hartwig Secretary OFFICE Row 1: P. Lincoln, D. Lance, J. Len- non, D. Steele, J. Zapponi, S. Chap- man. Row 2: J. Forni, L. Welch, J. Proulx, K. McNeeley, M. Staples, N. Morrison, M. DeMita, S. Kangas. Row 3: C. Picard, J. Buxton, J. Fi- field, D. Smith, N. Keefe. GUIDANCE Row I: L. Litwin, P. Lipton, P. Gal- lagher, D. Salvucci, J. Paratore, M. Crocker, A. Simson. Row 2: C. Rob- bat, C. Farrington, C. Picard, N. Mor- gan, Mrs. Margaret Downey, Secre- tary; J. Long, D. Russo, J. Sweeney, M. Bitzer. CLINIC Row 1: J. Dannenberg, A. Donovan, Mrs. Barbara K. Hallos, R.N.; J. Dale, L. Fahnley, V. Benson. Row 2 C. Aubrey, V. Vassil, C. Beauchemin, L. Woodbury. WAROUD HOWELL BETTY FlNNEIilkKl KAREN KEOL BEVERLY ZUCKER. BEST ACTOR FRED THOMfSON VIRSIMIA O ' LEARY WO 00 ’S ERIC COSNIAN NANCY MORRISON THOMAS APRILLE MAURA PUANA AN MOST ATTRACTIVE ROBERT COL-DEN KAREN KEUL 98 99 t. ' — T ‘ VOCATIONAL CLASS HISTORY our junior prom, held at the Hotel Continental. Our Senior year, of course, the most important, left us with many fine memories. We boys felt as if we had now become a real part of the school, though this led to some serious cases of “senioritis.” “Senior- itis” is a widespread disease which has baffled, for many years, teachers and medical experts such as Mrs. Hallos, the school nurse. Its symptoms are; a feeling of superiority over those around us, a sharp increase in our appreciation of the opposite sex, a temporary lack of respect for rules and regulations, a substantial amount of worrying over our financial burdens caused by week-end activities. As our senior year drew to a close, it was high- lighted by our senior prom and graduation exercises which will live forever in our memories. When we entered this school in September, 1956, we new students had many varied thoughts in our minds. What concerned us most was our new school program. We soon discovered that it was very differ- ent from any previous one. As the year progressed, we students quickly ad- justed to the rotation plan; furthermore, we then be- gan to grasp the fundamentals of our respective trades. As juniors, we matured as we began to realize the importance of a technical education. Some of the more fortunate students were assigned jobs on the co- operative basis. Many informal talks between teach- ers and boys contributed greatly to our progress in our trades and our growing maturity. One of our most cherished memories of our junior year is that of II WHO ’S WHO David Poynton Neatest Machinist Charles Lowell Most Talkative Raymond Forrest Most Polite Donald MacDonald Most Musical William Cullen Most Popular Most Artistic Guy Vitale Best All A round Shortest Frank Pellegrino Best Machinist John David Best Dressed MANUAL ARTS Diane Sacco Most Intelligent Neatest Electronics Worker Richard Coy Most Attractive Best Personality David Robinson Best Auto Mechanic Warren Bennett Best Actor Victor Lepore Wittiest Best Dancer Bradford Dillman Most Likely to Succeed Tallest Richard Lucci Neatest Auto Mechanic Roy Brown Most Businesslike Best Electronics Worker Lewis Soares Most Athletic ORCHESTRA L. Hassler Einzig Supervisor The Gilbert and Sullivan Club is a musical organization which features the musical and dramatics of the student body in its presentations. These annual spring productions have always supplied the stu- dents of Arlington High School with a unique type of entertainment. In our sophomore year Victor Her- bert’s The Fortune Teller and in our junior year, Luders’ Prince of Pilsen were performed. This year the club pre- sented The Pirates of Penzance which involved a young man apprenticed to piracy through an error of his nurse- maid. This mistake resulted in a variety of comic and almost serious situations throughout the operetta. All the mem- bers of the G. S. Club have memories of activities filled with fun and hard work. VIOLIN: S. Holland, M. E. Kenerson, H. Macklin, Secretary: C. Marrec, E. McGrath, M. Peper, C. Simpson, R. Wellons, M. Weston, Vice President. STRING BASS: M. Ogonowski, R. Wharton. FLUTE: N. Holland. J. Howell, K. Kelley, A. McGrath D. Mugnai. CLARI- NET: J. Menzoian, President; SAX: V. Donnelly, D. Rivers, C. Zucker. TRUMPET: R. Cavacchi, R. Santos, Treasurer: A. Marrec, B. Halprin. FRENCH HORN: V. Aldrich. I ROMBONE: N. Magnuson. R. Martori, A. Wilson. PIANO: N. Lundeen. ACCORDION: D. Parker. DRUM: L. Roscoe. The orchestra, under the capable direction of Mr. Einzig, is one of the most active organizations in the school. Each year, besides playing at the majority of our assemblies, the orchestra provides an excellent musical background for the Gilbert and Sullivan production, presents a fine program during the intermissions of the Dramatic Club play, and participates in the graduation program. The orchestra has added greatly to our pleasant memories of Arlington High School. GILBERT SULLIVAN Row 1 : L. Bretscher, N. Fantazian, Secretary: L. Litwin. Vice President: P. Piotte, Treasurer: J. Ceglia, President: B. Olafson, Accompanist: N. Dalton, Librarian: D. Thompson, Librarian. Row 2: C. Guiliani, L. Woodbury, B. Gomes, C. Berlinghieri, J. Baker, B. Finnegan, A. Williams, M. Hogan, J. Egan, H. Greco. Row 3: F. Thompson, H. Center, J. Plummer, V. Chisholm, V. O ' Connell, C. Hansen, L. O ' Neil, C. Coombs, J. Noonan, J. Leonard, E. Cosman. Row 4: J. Pfeiffer, J. O ' Halloran, W. O ' Keefe, L. Judd, R. Gilgun, F. Burns, B. Wright, R. Kearney, D. Lang, D. Taylor. 104 GIRLS’ CHOIR The Girls’ Choir, organized in 1956, is made up of junior and senior girls who have been in the Girls’ Glee Club for at least one year. During the school year of 1957-1958, the activities of the choir includ- ed entertaining at Melrose High School, as a part of an exchange program, and singing at the Women’s Club, The Masons’, the Baccalaureate, and Gradua- tion. GIRLS’ GLEE CLUB The Girls’ Glee Club meets once a week during the school year. On Mondays at the close of school, the members of this organization hurry to room 88 where Mr. Einzig eagerly awaits their arrival. Although the Glee Club is actually a training course for the Girls’ Choir, it did participate in vari- ous school assemblies and sang at both junior high schools this year. Having had three worth-while years together, the members hope that the club in future years will pro- fit as often as they did by participating in all the ac- tivities of the Girls’ Glee Club. Row 1 : V. Aldrich, Accompanist; J. Cummings, President; S. Hamilton, Vice President; S. Center, Secretary. Row 2: C. Feeney, Librarian; J. Kerr, Treasurer; M. B. Ferrall, Librarian. Row 1; J. Egan, L. Bretscher, K. Grannan, Librarian; C. Pascarella, Vice President; B. Olafson, President, Accompanist; J. Erickson, Secretary; S. Brine, Treasurer; R. Reingold. Row 2: C. Russo, G. Hodgdon, B. Butcher, B. Gomes, J. Baker, N. Dalton, L. Campobasso, S. Speedie, J. Caldwell, C. Geannaris, E. Gorelchenka, H. Greco. Row 3: L. Litwin, J. Plummer, S. Gardner, B. Herzig, P. Horne, A. Williams, N. Eantazian, J. Camma- rata, B. Kerr, P. Deal. Row 4: J. Weisenberger, P. Hefler, D. Wilson, F. Torrey, S. Minzner, D. Thompson, N. Lovell, K. Jacobsen. Row 5: L. Anderson, A. Erhardt, M. Rugg, G. Newton, C. Doughty, L. O’Neill, G. Achstetter, L. Barry. During this year of 1958-1959, the Girls’ Choir has also sung at Natick High School and Wakefield High School in two exchange concerts, at Christmas assembly, and at meetings of other outside civic or- ganizations. As always, the girls of this club have given vari- ous musical programs presented at Arlington High throughout the school year their full support. HARMONETTES Five years ago, Mr. Einzig founded a group called the Harmonettes, composed of six girls. The motto of this organization is: “Say It With Music.’’ For those interested in joining the group, tryouts are held each spring. The busy schedule these girls have followed in- cluded participation in exchange concerts with Mel- rose, Natick, and Wakefield. Besides singing at school assemblies, the girls also have entertain ed at various functions, held by the local women’s clubs, church benefits and other civic organizations. Co- operation of the Harmonettes together with their musical blending of tone has provided pleasure for their many admirers. Joyce Plummer, Carol Pascarella, Marcia Rugg, Nancy Dalton, Diane Thompson, Linda Bretscher, Beverly Olafson, Accom- panist. Row I: R. Evans, J. Kimball, D. Martin, R. Cavicchi, R. Lea, J. Stanger, J. Klein, H. Center, D. Stevens. Row 2: J. Pfeiffer, R. Gilgun, L. Roscoe, D. Moxham, J. Pfeiffer, R. Avakain, D. Hill, R. Chagnon. BOYS’ GLEE CLUB One of Arlington High School’s most har- monious groups is the Boys’ Glee Club, Musi- cally and socially, the boys have a wonderful time. The club is composed of approximately twenty boys who meet every Friday under the inspiring leadership of Mr. Einzig, our music director. The members sing many beautiful bal- lads, Christmas Carols, and popular selections. Most of the members are also in the Gilbert and Sullivan Club and The Mixed Chorus. As a group they also provide entertainment at school assemblies. Few organizations offer a better op- portunity for boys to get together and sing. Accompanist, R. Reingold. Row 1: B. Kerr, J. Caldwell, G. Hodgdon. Row 2: K. Grannan, P. Horne, K. Jacobsen. THE QUEENS The Queens are composed of six junior girls and their accompanist. They meet twice a week under the direction of Mr. Einzig to rehearse selected songs for their group. Besides participating in school func- tions, the Queens entertain throughout the commu- nity. The main function of the Arlington High School Band is to provide entertainment at the various foo tball games and rallies at which their talent has added to the vigorous school spirit. Under the able leadership of Mr. Cagliuso, the band has spent many hours in practicing new musical arrange- ments and marching drills. At every football game, whether the day was bright or gloomy, the band could always be counted on to play the strains of the “Red and Gray.” They have done admirable work, and Arlington High is proud of them. MAJORETTES Row 1: Co-Heads, P. Lincoln, C. Reid. Row 2: J. Hoover, J. Sangeler, M. Allen, N. Miano, J. Mantyla, P. Blaisdell, N. Keefe, C. Aubrey, J. Di Mita, D. Seretto. The majorettes of Arlington High have had a most successful season with Carol Reid and Paulie Lincoln as co-head twirlers. Their snappy march- ing and expert twirling have added much warmth and splendor to the football games of the season. The majorettes were chosen and organized only one week before the first game but had a well- rounded routine in time for the event. Many long hours of tiring practice went into perfecting new routines for each game. Many thanks and much credit should be extended to this fine group of majorettes of A.H.S. BAND P II R D Y PHOTOGRAPHERS 367 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1959 WE HAVE ENJOYED WORKING WITH YOU IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF YOUR YEARBOOK AND APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE. 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